London: John Murray, 1885.
Three Quarters Leather. Second Edition, Revised. Portrait frontispiece. The diary of the Irish conservative statesman and author; Croker was one of the leading contributors to the Quarterly Review for a time, penning numerous scathing reviews, and also campaigned against the 1832 Reform Bill, even resigning his office when it passed. ~His political speeches and literary reviews were known to be passionate though unfortunately personal, even effecting the suicide of John Keats and actor John Edwin. Complete in three volumes. Bound in three quarters red morocco over red cloth. Top edge gilt.
Very Good binding.