By: McCarthy, F. Felix [Frederick]

Price: NZ$112.50

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Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket

Previous owner's name signature on page 5. Some foxing to endpapers and to page edges. ; [2 (recto advertisement, verso blank)], [2 (recto Index, verso advertisement)], [2 (recto portrait, verso blank)], 99, [5 (3 with advertisements, 2 blank)] pages. Green cloth boards with gilt lettering and gilt banner design on front board. Page dimensions: 186 x 119mm. New Zealand poetry. With attractive classically influenced title page, described by Bagnall as "grossly over-ornamented". "If war breaks out, our land we can defend; / Our willing hearts and hands we gladly lend / To guard our hearths and homes. Britannia's sons, / Though far from home, have learnt the use of guns. / This Russian scare has shewn what noble zeal / The colonies have for their country's weal; / And, what Great Britain can behold with pride, / 'Tis not for Foreign Powers to deride." - from the poem "Colonial Patriotism", page 60. [Reference: Bagnall 3243]

Title: Poems

Author Name: McCarthy, F. Felix [Frederick]

Categories: Other,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Dunedin, J. Wilkie & Co.: 1886

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 20956