By Lord Thomas Babington Macaulay
London   Longmans, Green and Co
7" by 5" xiii, 483; viii, 490pp
A beautifully bound set of Lord Macaulay's biography and correspondence. An important Victorian essayist, to this work his nephew George Otto Trevelyan provides a detailed explanation.
By Lord Thomas Babington Macaulay

1880 The Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay

London   Longmans, Green and Co
7" by 5" xiii, 483; viii, 490pp
A beautifully bound set of Lord Macaulay's biography and correspondence. An important Victorian essayist, to this work his nephew George Otto Trevelyan provides a detailed explanation.
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Fine Binding

With a prize bookplate to the front pastedown, dated 1883. 

Bound by Baker and Son of Clifton. 

Thomas Babington Macaulay was a British historian and Whig politician. His 'History of England' was a seminal work on Whig history. 

A finely bound set of works, in a beautiful tree calf binding.

Condition

In uniform tree calf bindings. Externally, very smart. A few light marks to the spines. Front hinge to volume II is strained but firm. Bookplate to both volumes. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are very bright. Scattered spots to the endpapers. Just the odd spot to pages.

Very Good Indeed

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