|Title and Author/Editor:||The Scottish Chiefs (Miss Jane Porter, 1862), Captains of Industry (William S. Murphy, 1901), Royal Edinburgh: Her Saints, Kings, Prophets and Poets (Mrs. Oliphant, 1890), A Sketch of the Rise and Progress of The Trades’ House of Glasgow, Its Constitution, Funds, and Bye-Laws (George Crawfurd, 1858)|
|Genre:||Anthologies, Biography, Autobiography and Memoirs, History|
|Type of Illustration:||Fold-outs, Lithograph, Portraits|
|Binding:||Cloth on board|
|Publisher:||Milner and Sowerby, William S. Murphy, Bell & Bain, Macmillan and Co.|
|Period:||Mid to Late 19th Century, Early 20th Century|
|Place of Publication:||Halifax, Glasgow, London|
|Edition Statement:||First Edition, Later Printings|
|Number of Books:||4|
- wear to covers with fraying, bumped corners, rubbed edges and soiling; graphite and ink writing to endpapers; bowing, cocked spines, cracked hinges and loose pages; tanning, fading and foxing to text edges and text blocks; condition varies per volume.
- measures A Sketch of the Rise and Progress of The Trades’ House of Glasgow, Its Constitution, Funds, and Bye-Laws.