Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Company publishers, London; smaller hardbound book with red boards and gilt lettering on spine; has "Errata" insert inside; very interesting owner's name and note inside cover (see pic); some foxing and wear but not bad; see pics.
Charles Frederick Pringle Conybeare, QC (May 19, 1860 – July 30, 1927) was a lawyer, businessman and author of poetry in British Columbia, Canada. Charles Frederick Pringle ConybeareHe was born in Little Sutton House, Chiswick, London, the son of Henry Conybeare and Anne Newport Moore, and the grandson of William Daniel Conybeare. He was educated in England at Westminster School in London and Christ Church, Oxford. He joined the British merchant marine in 1875 but was discharged because he was near-sighted. Conybeare came to Canada, moving to Winnipeg in 1880, where he articled in law. In 1885, he moved to Lethbridge, Alberta, where he was called to the bar for the Northwest Territories and set up a law practice, becoming the town's first lawyer. He was named a notary the following year. From 1888 to 1897, he served as crown prosecutor.