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Squire Osbaldeston his autobiography
|Statement||edited with commentary by E.D. Cumming ; introduction by Sir Theodore Cook.|
|Contributions||Cunning, E. D.|
Sandbornton, N.H: Charles Lane, Small 8vo, pp. ; wood-engraved illustrations throughout; contemporary brown paper-backed blue boards (some water stains), shelf wear, wooden boards exposed in various places, 1/4-inch loss more. SQUIRE OSBALDESTON HIS AUTOBIOGRAPHY Written by E.D. Cuming; George Osbaldeston. Stock no. Published by John Lane The Bodley Head. 1st Almost very good condition. Large format. Beige cloth. 16 colour plates plus b/w illustrations and folding map. Grubby marks to covers. Bumping to spine and corners.
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Squire Squire Osbaldeston his autobiography book | His Autobiography (Limited Edition) Cuming, E. [Edited, with Commentary by] Introduction by Theodore A. Cook. [George Osbaldeston (26 December - 1 August ), best known as Squire Osbaldeston, was an English politician who served as a Member of Parliament Squire Osbaldeston his autobiography book who had his greatest impact as a huntsman, first-class.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Osbaldeston, George, Squire Osbaldeston. London Lane,  (OCoLC) Named Person: George Osbaldeston.
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Published John Lane, The Bodley Head Limited, Julyreprint (first published March ). Fawn coloured boards with lettering to front & spine. Pictorial image of knight on horse to base of spine. ins x ins, lv,[iii], pp, 4pp book adverts plus folding map, 16pp colour plates and 59pp b&w illustrations(75 images).
Introduction by Sir Theodore Cook (editor of the Field). George Osbaldeston/E.D. Cummings, Squire Osbaldeston: His Autobiography, John Lane, London, HS Altham, A History of Cricket, Volume 1 (to ), George Allen & Unwin, Derek Birley, A Social History of English Cricket, Aurum, Born: 26 DecemberWestminster, London.
Gallery. Gallery: English School 19th, Century Price: £ Enquire about this item. Description. Together with a book titled "Squire Osbaldeston, his autobiography, edited by E D Cuming and an introduction by Sir Theodore Cook.
Notes. George Osbaldeston, (–), sportsman, was born on 26 December at Welbeck Street, London. Buy Squire Osbaldeston: His Autobiography by George Osbaldeston, E. D Cuming (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2).
The autobiography of Squire Osbaldeston, with sixteen colour illustrations, seventy-five in black and white and a fold-out map to rear. Edited with a commentary by E. Cumings and with an introduction by Sir Theodore Cook ( - ) a British art critic and writer.
"Squire" George Osbaldeston ( - ) was an English sportsman and politician. English School 19th Century Portrait of George Osbaldeston - known as "Squire Osbaldeston" oil on canvas 30 x 25 cm. (/4 x /4 in.) frame measures 44 x 39 x 6 cm.
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George Osbaldeston (born Decem ) was the archetypal British sporting squire, aptly nicknamed simply ‘The Squire’.A versatile all-round sportsman, compulsive gambler and life-long philanderer, he was one of the most colourful characters of early ha Sengupta looks back at the life and career of this gentleman of leisure.
George Osbaldeston (born Decem ) was the archetypal British sporting squire, aptly nicknamed simply ‘The Squire’.A versatile all-round sportsman, compulsive gambler and life-long philanderer, he was one of the most colourful characters of early cricket.
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[Edited, with Commentary by] Introduction by Theodore A. Cook. [George Osbaldeston (26 December - 1 August ), best known as Squire Osbaldeston, was an English politician who served as a Member of Parliament but who had his greatest impact as a huntsman, first-class cricketer, and all-round sportsman].
Title: Squire Osbaldeston: his autobiography Description: Published John Lane, The Bodley Head Limited, Julyreprint (first published March ). Fawn coloured boards with. Published by John Beck, Bury St Edmunds and Samuel Bentley, London,1st edition. Contemporary full leather binding.
Five raised bands to spine. Gilt lettering on red patch to compartment two, gilt decoration to other borders to front and rear boards. Aem. ins x 10ins, marbled endpapers, xxvii, (i), pp plus 34pp plates including 2 maps coloured in outline.
Printed at Ipswich for the Author,1st edition. Original marbled paper covered boards, original paper label to front board. Teg. 10ins x 8ins, vi, 84pp plus frontis, 10pp plates and a folding coloured plan. Other illustrations and 3 pedigrees within the text.
Previous owners armorial bookplate (Stodart) to front pastedown and his signature to first blank page. Different owners bookplate. Squire George Osbaldeston belongs to the pages of Henry Fielding’s novel Tom Jones but he lacked that hero’s charm and generosity – there was too much of the snappy Yorkshire terrier in him.
Sources. 1 George Osbaldeston/E.D. Cummings, Squire Osbaldeston: His Autobiography, John Lane, London. Squire Osbaldeston: His Autobiography. With Sixteen Illustrations in Colour, and Seventy-Five in Black and White, and a Map.
Osbaldeston, Squire; Edited by E. D. Cuming; Introduction by Sir Theodore Cook.All Books - Page 50 of 76 - The National Equestrian Book Centre Squire Osbaldeston His Autobiography.Squire Osbaldeston His Autobiography The National Equestrian Book Centre.
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