Osceola, NB, E.A. Walrath, 1891. First edition, first impression. Hardback. A very good copy. Inscribed by the author. Uncommon. No copies located in commerce. In the preface the author claims to have read little accounts of earlier tales of the Wandering Jew, Ahasuerus in this tale, taiking his inspiration mostly from the Bible. He also notes how he intends to sell no copies of the book, but to give it to friends. An interesting tale, written in the first person, describing encounters with Ahasuerus, Elijah and God. Boards a little grubby with some rubbing to the edges, gift inscription to the front pastedown. The signature had been scribbled out in pencil, this has been removed to reveal the inscription, but there is evidence of it having been there. [10136, Hyraxia Books].