Title: YSELDON. A PERAMBULATION OF ISLINGTON.
Publisher: James S. Hodson, London.
Publication Date: 1858
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: 1st Edition
viii, 214,  printed pages. Folding engraved map and 12 wood-block vignettes. Original yellow endpapers. Corrigenda and Addenda slip atfter page viii (a few marginal spots and one pin-prick hole in the margins of 211-2). 16 x 25 cm. Original green embossed cloth. Boards with blind-stamped floral borders (corners slightly bumped). Spine with embossed bands and gilt titling (some wear, particularly at head & tail and along hinges). Sir Thomas Edlyne Tomlins (1762 1841) was a legal writer and member of the Inner Temple (educated at St. Paul's School, London and Queen's College, Oxford). Jointly with his sister Elizabeth Sophia Tomlins he published a collection of short poems, Tributes of Affection by a Lady and her Brother, in 1797. Well researched topographical study and complete with detailed references and index. Tomlins lived at 3, Charles Street, Gibson Square, Islington. Seller Inventory # 5167