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Title:
A lodging for the night : being a tale concerning one of life's lesser hardships-commonly called trouble
Author:
Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894.
Publication Information:
East Aurora, N.Y. : Printed by the Roycrofters, 1902.
Physical Description:
[iv], 44 pages : portrait ; 23 cm
General Note:
Colophon: Here endeth the tale of A Lodging for the Night, written by Robert Louis Stevenson. Printed at the Roycroft Shop, East Aurora, New York. Presswork finished on October Sixteenth, Nineteen Hundred Two.

Following the title page is Robert Louis Stevenson's description of the subject of this book, the poet Francis Villon.
Language:
English
Local Note:
1902 edition: 22.2 x 14.5 cm. The printer's imprint is at the bottom of the title page, and in a colophon at the end of the text. The volume is bound in full tan suede with yapped edges, with the half-title and author stamped in gilt on a label of dark tan calf laid in the front cover. The bound endpapers are tan silk moiré doublures. The frontispiece is an engraving of the author, protected by a tissue sheet. The title page has the full title, author, Roycroft logo, publisher, and place of publication. The text pages are of white hand-laid paper with the Roycroft watermark; the top edges are gilt.

Ernst Simmons Collection.
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