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    Thomas Bailey Clegg. The Bishop's Scapegoat. London and New York: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1908. First edition. Octavo. 407, [16, publisher's ads] pages. Publisher's pictorial beige cloth stamped in black and gilt. Minor edgewear, head and foot of spine pushed, cocked, somewhat rubbed. Front hinge just starting, ink ownership to front free endpaper recto, light foxing to rear gutter. Internally generally clean; minor staining to rear of text block, top edge darkened, minor text block edgewear. Very good.

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