Strutt, Joseph, 1749-1802, Glig-gamena angel-deod , 1810
- Glig-gamena angel-deod : or the sports and pastimes of the people of England; including the rural and domestic recreations, May-games, mummeries, pageants, processions, and pompous spectacles, from the earliest period to the present time: illustrated by engravings selected from ancient paintings; in which are represented most of the popular diversions / by Joseph Strutt.
- 2d ed.
- London : Printed, by T. Bensley, for White and co.; Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme; Lackington, Allen, and co.; John and Arthur Arch; John Murray; John Harding; Crosby and Co.; and Charles and Robert Baldwin, 1810.
- Physical Description:
- , xlix, , 357,  p. : 39 sepia plates. ; 31 cm.
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Information
- BEIN: From the collection of Herbert B. Lazarus.
BAC: British Art Center copy: Second edition. Brown calf, rebacked; tooling on front and back covers and spine, gold lettering on spine, all edges gilt; paper watermarked "1799". 40 plates of hand-colored etchings. Spine height: 12 inches.
Includes references to wrestling (p. 73-77); a reference to prize fighting referred to fighting with swords.
First edition 1801.
- Subject Terms:
- Boxing.England -- Social life and customs.Games -- Great Britain.Lazarus, Herbert B. -- Ownership.Sports -- Great Britain.Wrestling.
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