Light/UV damage to spine. Hinges wearing. Ink on spine.
Privately-bound hardcover volume containing 8 pamphlets. The author of the first pamphlet is Lord John Russell.
Contents: Inaugural Address delivered at Tavistock, on Wednesday, August 8, 1866, at the Fifth Annual Meeting of the Devon Association for the Advancement of Literature, Science, and Art / by John Earl Russell -- Address to the British Association for the Advancement of Science / delivered by the President, William Robert Grove, in the Theatre, Nottingham, August 22, 1866 -- Address on the recent applications of the spectrum analysis to astronomical phenomena, delivered at the opening of the Session of the Birmingham and Midland Institute, on Monday, September 25, 1865 / by the Right Hon. Lord Wrottesley, D.C.L. & F.R.S. the president together with Lord Wrottesley's speech in the House of Lords, on the Public Schools Bill -- 'Alabama' claims and arbitration considered from a legal point of view / by Charles S. C. Bowen, late fellow of Balliol College, Oxford, and Barrister-at-Law of the Western Circuit -- Ministry, reform, and the constitution, an address to the Members of the Legislature / by Alfred H. Louis of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister-at-Law -- Minorities and majorities : their relative rights : A letter to the Lord John Russell, M. P. on parliamentary reform / by James Garth Marshall -- Thoughts on fox hunting / by William Skinner Phillippo, author of "The game laws considered, and their evils exposed."