(ed Michael McGarvie) The journals of Isaac Gregory, Constable of Frome (1813-14 & 1817-18).
During both his years of authority he kept a journal of the most interesting occurrences which had happened to him while he was engaged in keeping the peace. These give a lively, genuine and intimate portrait of the disorderly Frome of his day and present an aspect of local history in an entertaining and racy manner.
Includes photographs and a good index.
96 pages. Soft covers.