Modern Accomplishments or, the March of Intellect by Catherine Sinclair [Antiquarian]

Written around 1850 by a Victorian lady writer, about the march of female education under the inspiration of Queen Victoria herself. The author makes strong (for the day) social statements within a narrative about Victorian Female Society. see Wikipedia for info on the Author

Publisher: Simpkin, Marshall & Co, London

Date published: 1836 - 1850

Format:  Hardback  Size 18mo (6.5"x4") Half calf and marbled paper boards. Spine has 4 raised bands & gilt title.

Condition:  Spine and boards worn, bumping to corners. Spine becoming detached at back. Bookplate on front pastedown (dated 1858)End papers and pastedowns moderately grubby. Spine detachment starting. Title page has small closed tear near spine and minor marks. Inner pages clean and well bound with no foxing or marks.