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BAKER, Chas.
Thoughts in Verse. By.... A Man of Many Accomplishments.

Including a Brief Sketch ofthe Author's Life.

pp. 166. Portrait on the front cover and one other in text, a text figure and some musical bars. Original pictorial paper wrappers, the backstrip a bit frayed, a couple of lower corners at the end creased, front wrap coming loose with a small edge tear without loss,signed by the author at the end of the Preface and with a 4-line ms. note in ink at p.157, library book-plate and stamp on the verso of the title, no other marking, a good copy.

*COPAC gives the British Library copy only. The above copy had three additional broadside poems loosely added - 'Pleasures' at the Sea-Side. 'Comfortable' Apartments; The Circle of Man [March 1917]; Nearing the End (The Atheist's Last Words). [July 1918]; PLUS an advertising sheet for the above title - 'I have reduced the price of the Book through the high Food Prices'.

John Drew (Printers). Swindon.

Date Published: 1917. Third edition.

Stock No. 60833

Price: 60.00