Rev. William Ware (1797 - 1852), a Massachusetts clergyman, was the author of three sober narratives dealing with the persecution of the Christians at Rome. To some extent, Zenobia (1837), Aurelian (1838) and Juilian (1841) still maintain their place among popular religious romances.
This book is covered in reddish brown cloth with a gold pictoral on the front, gold lettering on the spine and black designs. The binding is solid with no loose pages. The original owner wrote name other writing on first blank page. Their is some browning and discoloration to the pages. Soem wear to the cover cloth. There are 491 pages. Published by Frederick Warne And Co., Bedford Street, Covent Garden, London - 1869