A nugget for
the shelves of Anglican theologians and historians, the life story of Bishop Blomfield will shed light on the politics (he was one of the best debaters in the House of Lords) and Church reforms of the first half of the 19th Century.
Blomfield, Charles James. Alfred Blomfield, ed. Memoir of Charles James Blomfield, D.D. Bishop of London, with Selections from his Correspondence, Vols. I and II. London: John Murray, 1863. , vi-xii, , 2-304, , ii-iii, , 2-299,  two volumes privately bound into one by Brown Bros. of Toronto in 1891 in 3/4 teal calf with oxblood spine labels gilt-stamped with titles, etc., six raised bands decorated with gilt=stamping, leather over royal blue cloth over boards, a.e. marbled, matching marbled endpapers. Cover edges worn, spine shows some rubs and light wear. Binder’s name UL corner verso ffep, frontis foxed, very neatly inked and relevant notes pages 43, 102 and 103 of Vol. 2, else pages generally clean. Biography, Religion ECB10048 $100.00