Ireland Under The Tudors, With a Succinct Account of the Earlier History. In Three Volumes
Richard Bagwell (1840 – 1918), noted historian of the Stuart and Tudor periods in Ireland, was a political commentator with strong Unionist convictions. He was the eldest son of John Bagwell, M.P. for Clonmel from 1857 to 1874. His son John Philip Bagwell followed the family tradition in politics, becoming a senator in the government of the Irish Free State in 1923. Note binding signed by Bayntun Riviere of Bath, England, one of the world’s most famous bookshops, and also home to the Bayntun Riviere bindery which dates back to 1829.
- Publisher: Longmans, Green and Co.
- Edition: n/a
- Date Published: 1885-1890
- Place Published: London
- ISBN: n/a
- Condition: Very good
- Signed: No
- Dust Jacket: No
- Jacket Condition: n/a
3 vols.: xxii, 440; xi, 391; xvii, 502 p. 23 cm. 4 colour maps in vol. I; 1 map in vol. II; 2 maps in vol. III. Half blue leather with blue cloth boards. Bindings signed by Bayntun. Blue marbled endpapers. Ink annotations on vol. I front endpapers, pp. 37, 266, 277. Vol. II has underlining p. 277 and notations on front endpapers. Vol. III has repaired front hinge, inscription on half title and rear endpaper, ink marks on pp. 302, 377. Occasional spots in all three volumes.