AUTHOR: O'NEIL, Felix; William Maskell
TITLE: A narrative of the wanderings of Prince Charles Edward after the battle of Culloden until he put himself under the guidance of Flora Macdonald.
PUBLISHER: London: Privately Printed, 1873.
DESCRIPTION: FIRST AND ONLY EDITION LIMITED TO 50 COPIES. (i)7pp, 8-1/2 X 5-7/8". Bound in full maroon morocco, ribbed gilt decorated spine, front cover gilt floral decorated and with 4 portrait miniatures depicting Flora MacDonald, Clementina Walkenshaw, & Charles Edward Stuart as a boy, a young man, and in Highland costume, green morocco endpapes and doublures, gilt dentelles, top edge gilt, others uncut, housed in a matching full maroon morocco open ended slipcase, by Riviere & Son.
CONDITION: Inner and outer hinges fine, head and foot of spine fine, back corners ever so slightly rubbed, slipcase fine, overall a VERY GOOD presentation.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. "Copy of a journal kept by Capt. O'Neil, one of the officers in attendance on Prince Charles Edward"--Preface./ Limited ed. of 50 copies./ Preface signed W.M. i.e. William Maskell.
Clementina Walkinshaw was Charles's mistress and bore him an illegitimate daughter, Charlotte Stuart, Duchess of Albany.