TREVELYAN, George Otto (1838-1928) TREVELYAN, George Otto (1838-1928)

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London : Macmillan 1894 Fourth Edition. A volume in the Macmillan Colonial Library series. 8vo. [VII], 280, [2] pp. Full tree calf with ornate spine and title label in red morocco between raised bands. Edges of spine slightly rubbed; front and back joints repaired with Japanese paper. Gilt lines around...
London : Macmillan 1894 Fourth Edition. A volume in the Macmillan Colonial Library series. 8vo. [VII], 280, [2] pp. Full tree calf with ornate spine and title label in red morocco between raised bands. Edges of spine slightly rubbed; front and back joints repaired with Japanese paper. Gilt lines around...
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London : Macmillan 1894 Fourth Edition. A volume in the Macmillan Colonial Library series. 8vo. [VII], 280, [2] pp. Full tree calf with ornate spine and title label in red morocco between raised bands. Edges of spine slightly rubbed; front and back joints repaired with Japanese paper. Gilt lines around the perimeter of the boards and very decorative inner dentelles surrounding blue marbled pastedowns. Marbled page edges. Front joint tender but holding well. Eton school prize bookplate mounted inside the front cover.

An Association copy: The label, written in Latin text, is dedicated to Edward Gordon Selwyn (1855-1959) Warden of Radley College (1913-19); Rector of Redhill, near Havant, and Dean of Winchester from 1931 to 1958. He wrote sermons and other books and was the editor of the liberal Anglo-Catholic journal Theology from 1920. Selwyn was educated at Eton College and King's College, Cambridge, he prepared for holy orders at Cuddesdon College before being ordained in 1909.[5] He became a Fellow and Lecturer at Corpus Christi, Cambridge until 1913 when he became Warden of Radley College.[5] He resigned from Radley in 1918 and was appointed Rector of Redhill near Havant. In 1931 Selwyn became Dean of Winchester, a post which he held until his retirement in 1958, his death following shortly after in 1959. During his tenure he was noted as a distinguished scholar and preacher. His churchmanship was 'high' by the measure of his times, and he anonymously donated Eucharistic vestments to the Cathedral before becoming Dean. He was responsible for founding The Pilgrims' School for the choristers of Winchester Cathedral and the Quiristers of Winchester College and was actively involved in the early years of St Swithun's School for Girls. He created the 'Friends of Winchester Cathedral', the first body of that kind, and inaugurated many improvements to the Cathedral's fabric.
London : Macmillan 1894 Fourth Edition. A volume in the Macmillan Colonial Library series. 8vo. [VII], 280, [2] pp. Full tree calf with ornate spine and title label in red morocco between raised bands. Edges of spine slightly rubbed; front and back joints repaired with Japanese paper. Gilt lines around the perimeter of the boards and very decorative inner dentelles surrounding blue marbled pastedowns. Marbled page edges. Front joint tender but holding well. Eton school prize bookplate mounted inside the front cover.

An Association copy: The label, written in Latin text, is dedicated to Edward Gordon Selwyn (1855-1959) Warden of Radley College (1913-19); Rector of Redhill, near Havant, and Dean of Winchester from 1931 to 1958. He wrote sermons and other books and was the editor of the liberal Anglo-Catholic journal Theology from 1920. Selwyn was educated at Eton College and King's College, Cambridge, he prepared for holy orders at Cuddesdon College before being ordained in 1909.[5] He became a Fellow and Lecturer at Corpus Christi, Cambridge until 1913 when he became Warden of Radley College.[5] He resigned from Radley in 1918 and was appointed Rector of Redhill near Havant. In 1931 Selwyn became Dean of Winchester, a post which he held until his retirement in 1958, his death following shortly after in 1959. During his tenure he was noted as a distinguished scholar and preacher. His churchmanship was 'high' by the measure of his times, and he anonymously donated Eucharistic vestments to the Cathedral before becoming Dean. He was responsible for founding The Pilgrims' School for the choristers of Winchester Cathedral and the Quiristers of Winchester College and was actively involved in the early years of St Swithun's School for Girls. He created the 'Friends of Winchester Cathedral', the first body of that kind, and inaugurated many improvements to the Cathedral's fabric.

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