The Leigh Peerage: A Full and Complete History of the Claim of George Leigh, Esq. to the Dormant Title of Baron Leigh, of Stoneley, in the County of Warick: Comprising a Report of the Evidence Taken Before The Lords' Committee for Privileges, with Notes, Analytical and Explanatory: and Certain Additional Evidence Forming the Ultimatum to this Very Mysterious Case. Great Britain, Parliment, House of Lords.

The Leigh Peerage: A Full and Complete History of the Claim of George Leigh, Esq. to the Dormant Title of Baron Leigh, of Stoneley, in the County of Warick: Comprising a Report of the Evidence Taken Before The Lords' Committee for Privileges, with Notes, Analytical and Explanatory: and Certain Additional Evidence Forming the Ultimatum to this Very Mysterious Case

In Two Volumes London: Published by Henry Kent Causton, 1835.

Second Edition. Hardcover. Octavos. Two volumes. Volume I: [2], viii, ii (preface to the second edition), ix-xcvii, [1] page blank, 474 pages. Folding chart in volume I. Volume II: [2], 546 pages. Two folding charts. Red cloth covered boards with red leather corners and spines. Raised bands and gilt titles on the spines. Marbled end papers. Top edges gilt. Previous owners inscription on the right front flyleaves. Volume I has damp staining to the early pages including the title page. Light toning and scattered foxing to both volumes. Covers are worn and faded. Leather is rubbed along the corners, edges and joints. Front hinges cracked. Volume II has a crudely tipped in letter on the rear paste down from William Downing letterhead (De "Chaucer's head" Library, 74, New Street, Birmingham) dated February 24, 1885 and addressed to Charles Twamley? Swamley? regarding a question of drawings issued in a certain book. Fair. Item #24858

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