The Comet: Or, Letters to Bon-Accordians. No. I - To Mr. Thomas Wyness. No. II - To the Rev. A.M. Bannatyne. No. III - "Creation v. Evolution," &c., to the Rev. James Stark. No. IV - Reformatories and Industrial Schools, to Baillie James Paterson, and his Co-Directors. No. V - On Freemasonry, to Dr. Robert Beveridge. No. VI - Co-Operationists v. Traders, to Alexander Walker. No. 7, to Mr. Thomas Wyness. No. VIII, to Alex. Cook. COMET.

The Comet: Or, Letters to Bon-Accordians. No. I - To Mr. Thomas Wyness. No. II - To the Rev. A.M. Bannatyne. No. III - "Creation v. Evolution," &c., to the Rev. James Stark. No. IV - Reformatories and Industrial Schools, to Baillie James Paterson, and his Co-Directors. No. V - On Freemasonry, to Dr. Robert Beveridge. No. VI - Co-Operationists v. Traders, to Alexander Walker. No. 7, to Mr. Thomas Wyness. No. VIII, to Alex. Cook.

Aberdeen: George Middleton, 1884-85. Eight issues in one volume, 8vo, 11, (1), 12, 12, 11, (1), 12, 11, (1), 13, (1), 10 pp. Bookplate of Edinburgh Public Libraries to paste down, marked "withdrawn", plus small ink stamps to the first and last pages. Contemporary half cloth, marbled sides, neatly rebacked. An extremely scarce run of these radical Aberdeen pamphlets, published anonymously under a variety of pseudonyms - Bearing-Rein, Chronos, A Ratepayer, Brother Jack, Recluse and Notarius. A Jubilee issue also appeared in 1887. OCLC lists a handful of single issues, plus a complete set at Aberdeen University. Item #34974

Price: £300.00

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