Robert Henrey. Letters from Paris 1870-1875. London: J. M. Dent & Sons, 1942.

Second ancestry memoir, not included in the official canon.

Reviewed Birmingham Daily Post, April 21 1942, p. 2; Manchester Guardian, April 29 1942, p. 3; Tatler, May 27 1942, p. 24; Times Literary Supplement, June 6 1942, p. 9; Scotsman, July 2 1942, p. 7.

Letters from Paris 1870–1875 ran to 228 pp. Demy 8vo (c. 83K words) bound in black cloth boards with gilt lettering on the spine, nine double-column index pages, a frontispiece and sixteen single-sided plates or in-text vignettes of contemporary life in Paris. The unsigned end papers show commented family trees of the Bourbon dynasty (front) and the house of Orleans (back). No jacket has been seen.