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English Literature and History Lot 237


[EARLY 19TH CENTURY RELIGIOUS TRACTS]A small archive of late-Georgian and early-Victorian religious tracts, schoolbooks, etc., originally belonging to children of the Fludyer family of Ayston Hall, Rutland (many of the items bear the names of Mary Fludyer, Augusta Fludyer, and others). The collection includes approx 34 small religious tracts, stitched and in the original printed wrappers (circa 1830-1850, various printers, some tracts with woodcuts), children's books with coloured frontispieces by Kronheim, a number of Mrs Trimmer's 'Prints' books (late 18th - early 19th century), a couple of early 19thC manuscript religious notebooks, and various other loose stitched pamphlets. A good collection of approximately 90 scarce and largely ephemeral items, generally in good condition (90)

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