A former library book of Wesleyan Female College, sticked on inside cover. Written by William Arthur, A.M. Illustrated by Official Documents. Published in New York by Harper & Brothers in 1860.
Burgundy hardcover with bumps to corners and some small tears of the spine. Stable spine. No writing or marks, very clean copy. Some foxing and tanned pages related to age. Stiff pages. This book has 429 pages and is in used condition.
The author is an English clergyman of the Wesleyan Methodists who travel to Italy during a period of transition. Venice and surroundings were now ruled by Austria and the Pope still ruled over Rome, but had lost Bologna and Romagna to the "New Italy."
This book would be ideal for reference or for your reading pleasure!