1 edition of book of the ranks and dignities of British society found in the catalog.
book of the ranks and dignities of British society
by C. Scribners sons, and printed at the University press, Cambridge, England, by W. Lewis in New York
Written in English
A reprint of the original edition with reproduction of the t.-p.: The book of the ranks and dignities of British society
|Statement||including an introductory note by Clement Shorter; with eight coloured plates and sixteen in monochrome|
|Contributions||Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834, Shorter, Clement King, 1857-1926|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||135,  p.|
|Number of Pages||135|
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The details of the book's history are discussed in an introductory essay by Clement Shorter. Book of the ranks and dignities of British society. London: J. Cape ltd., (OCoLC) Material Type: Juvenile audience: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles Lamb; Clement King Shorter.
Book explaining The Ranks and Dignities of British Society, second edition, 24 engraved plates coloured by hand,Tabart and Co., First edition published in with title: The book of the ranks and dignities of British Society.
"Dedicated (by permission) to Her Royal Highness the Princess Elizabeth." Dedication dated "Feb. 2, ". A book explaining the ranks and dignities of British society: intended chiefly for the instruction of young persons: with twenty-four coloured engravings.
London: Printed for Tabart & Co by William Heney, First Edition. Hardcover. 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾ tall. Very Good- Condition.
Item # iv, pages of text, followed by 36 pages of publisher's advertisement. Complete with 25 plates, of which 23 are hand colored. Original paper-covered boards are worn, with deteriorated original leather corners, rebacked.
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Our copy is inscribed, "Maria Hardy,Loughborough". (It has been suggested that Sir Harry Herald was inspired by Charles Lamb’s Book of the Ranks and Dignities of British Society (), but close comparison of the two works does not bear this out.).
The Book of Dignities: Containing Lists of the Official Personages of the British Empire from the Earliest Periods to the Present Time Together with the Sovereigns and Rulers of Europe, from the Foundation of Their Respective States; the Peerage of England and Great Britain.
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A Scottish feudal barony is an official. In the 19th century, James Henry Lawrence explained and discussed the concepts, particulars, and functions of social rank in a monarchy, in the book On the Nobility of the British Gentry, or the Political Ranks and Dignities of the British Empire, Compared with those on the Continent ().
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