THE CORNHILL MAGAZINE: New Series, Volume IV
London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1885. Hardcover. 664p. Ex-library; REBOUND. A hardcover book that has been rebound in red cloth. Good reading condition. Stamps on endpapers and top edge. Binding is slightly cockeyed, but still tight, and the spine is lightly sunned. Small markings in table of contents. Pages tanned, but the text is clean. Item #184723
Volume 4 of the British literary magazine CORNHILL (New Series), containing all monthly issues from January through June 1885. Contains an essay on the home life of Charles Dickens, written by his daughter Mary; installments of the novel RAINBOW GOLD by English journalist David Christie Murray; and installments of the novel COURT ROYAL by Anglican priest and writer Sabine Baring-Gould (who wrote the hymn "Onward, Christian Soldiers"). Illustrated with occasional black and white engravings.