Small 8vo, pp. [viii], 146 + 4 pp. advertisements; a nice clean copy in the original publisher’s decorative cloth, spine sunned.
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First edition. Charles Ryle Fay (1884–1961) was a favourite pupil of Alfred Marshall, and in 1908 was elected to a fellowship at Christ’s College where he later became a reader in Economic History.
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