Boston: William Emmons, 1824. Reprint, originally issued in 1770. 8vo, pp. 146. Bound in full calf. 1830 owernership signature of Richard H. Staats on the end paper and title page. Howes H-561 "One of the notable American trials" This is the trial of the British soldiers who participated in the...
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A personal letter, she will come for lunch, etc. An autograph letter by the author of the Little Lord Fauntleroy.
NY: Scribner's, 1906. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 155. Illustrated in color by F. C. Yohn. Gray cloth, stamped in gilt. Cover little soiled and scuffed at corners, o/w a VG tight copy. A novel.
NY: Scribner's, 1892. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 193, plus catalog. B&W Illustrations. Light green cloth, with pictorial stamping in maroon, gilt and dark green. Cover little darkened, and slightly worn at corners, one hinge near tender, o/w a VG copy. Stories for children.
NY: Scribner, Armstrong, 1877. First Edition. 8vo, pp. 269. Illustrated. Owner's name on blank. Flyleaf little torn, cover worn at the extremities of the spine, o/w VG. Wright III, 817; BAL 2033 (third printing). A novel.
London: Hurst Robinson and Edinburgh: Constable, 1824. First UK edn. 8vo, pp. 405, 473. (expanded from the more common 335 pp. NY edition of 1823). Bound in original paper backed boards (spine paper missing and one cover separate), uncut and partially unopened, offsetting to the title-page, little water stain to...
Princeton: Princeton University, (2004). First printing. 8vo, pp. xxiii, 379. Notes, bibliography, index.[Politics and society in Twentieth-Century America.] Gray paper over boards with cloth spine. About as new in dj. How free-market capitalism has resulted in a class-stratified America.
NY: Macmillan, 1917. Small 8vo, pp. 64. A few check-marks in text, spine little worn, o/w VG. Poems.