Regeneration (Signed copy)

This copy signed by Bramwell Booth, second General of The Salvation Army


Henry Rider Haggard


Longmans, Green & Co, London, 1910
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Printing Details

First edition, hardback bound in the original burgundy cloth with gilt titling to spine and blindstamped titling to upper board. 20 × 13.5cm, 264pp.

This copy has been signed and dedicated by General Bramwell Booth to the ffep, "Charles A Banks, Fulney, Spalding, presented by General Bramwell Booth, Oct 23rd 1922". Bramwell Booth was the elder son of William Booth, founder of The Salvation Army, he served as its first Chief of Staff before succeeding his father to become the second General of The Salvation Army.

In Regeneration, Rider Haggard details the expansion and good works of The Salvation Army, its food depots and shelters, its labour factories, and homes for children, ex-convicts etc


This copy is in good plus condition. There is bumping at the head of the spine and a small tear to the cloth at the rear joint. Light foxing to the page edges but the main body of text is clean and the inner binding is secure.



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