In his preface the author describes this collection as "rather a mixed lot - representing some of the recreations, legal and literary, of a colonial judge".
Of particular interest at the time the book was published were "How we went circuit in 'a sort of a war' " and "From the Hague to the Cape: the Peace Conference and the South African War".
Full-bound in red cloth with gilt lettering to the spine, plain endpapers, all edges uncut, vi + 335 pp of text + 4 pp of reviews of the author's previous book.
CONDITION. The boards are lightly rubbed towards the edges. The spine is sunned and the spine-ends are lightly bumped. There is a small crack at the front endpaper, but the binding remains tight. The book is lightly foxed throughout (see images), but remains an attractive copy.
- Binding Condition: Good
- Overall Condition: Good
- Size: 200 x 135 x 35
- Sold By: Fontein Books
- Contact Person: Richard Proctor-Sims
- Country: South Africa
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- Trade Associations: AA Approved
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