ROGUE'S PROGRESS. The Autobiography of "LORD CHIEF BARON" NICHOLSON. Edited and with an Introduction by John L. Bradley. "Lord Chief Baron". BRADLEY NICOLSON, John L., ditor.

ROGUE'S PROGRESS. The Autobiography of "LORD CHIEF BARON" NICHOLSON. Edited and with an Introduction by John L. Bradley.

Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. 1965. First Edition Thus. Hardcover. First Edition Thus, the only modern edition of a work first published in 1860. Octavo, original brown cloth, spine titled in gilt. 330 pp. Frontispiece. A near fine copy in a very slightly worn dust jacket. Near Fine in Dust Jacket. Item #309392

¶ The autobiography of Renton Nicholson, 1809-1861: pawnbroker, gambler, cigar merchant, prisoner, raconteur, and fake judge. A journey into the seamy underside of Victorian England. Nicholson may not have been purely a scoundrel, but he was certainly a rogue, and he lived one of the most fascinating lives of the 19th Century.

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