The Parson's Case of Jewels; The Parson's Case of Jewels Re-Opened
[SHERWOOD, Mary Martha]
Mary Martha Sherwood (1775-1851) was an early author of Children's literature, publishing over 400 works. As a devout Evangelical member of the England's Low Church, her works emphasize the role of Christianity in a child's everyday life and serve as instructional works for the child reader. This two volume set was originally published separately. The matching binding design suggest that they were rebound at some point to match each other. The second book is a sequel to the first.
Publisher: Thomas Melrose
Date Published: 1837, 1849
Place Published: Berwick
Dust Jacket: No
Jacket Condition: n/a
Details: 1837; 1849. 2 vols.: 254; v, 232 p. 15 cm. Engraved frontispiece in each volume. Full leather with blind impressing. Vol. 1 a little darker. All edges gilt. Some cracking of hinges, especially at spine ends. Corners worn. Ink inscription from 1908 on front pastedowns. Tissue guard missing in vol. 1; present in vol. 2 but chipped. Some pencil marks scattered throughout vol. 2.