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New York:Charles Scribner's Sons. 1932. 320 pp. Hardcover. First trade edition, published ten years after the appearance of the privately printed limited edition. Signed presentation copy. Boards show some wear to the edges. Label on spine lightly sunned. Interior is clean with no errant markings. Inscription from the author inked on first fly leaf. A very good copy.
New York:Leavitt, Trow & Co. 1844. 118pp. Sewn wraps. Rear cover missing, and front cover starting to separate at the bottom edge. Interior is clean and free of stray markings. Pages age toned and foxed; otherwise in good condition.
163pp. Softcover. With introduction by Dr. Geraldine Bobb.
[Mid Glamorgan, Wales]:Seren. (1994). 206pp. 1st. ed. With dust jacket. A near fine copy with a very good, slightly sun-faded dust jacket.
Hereford:Kilvert Society. 1968. 40pp. Wrps. Light foxing top of front cover, otherwise a very good copy.
Lawrence, Kansas: Franklin Watts--The Book Nook. 1927. 137pp. Hard cover. Signed liimited numbered edition. #461 of 575 copies. Internally a fine, tight clean copy. Spine of binding very lightly worn. S187.
Translated from the French by Frederick Eiseman. Boston:John W. Luce and Company. 1913. 317pp. Hardcover. Binding shows some light shelf-wear to corners but is otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, a very good copy.
238pp. With dust jacket. Remainder. An excellent copy. S004.
Boston:Ticknor and Fields. 1862. 3rd edition. 267pp. Small ex-library bookplate pasted down inside front binding; small faded library stamp on lower corner of title-page; light foxing first eight leaves; otherwise.a very good, clean, tight copy.
London:Hodder and Stoughton. 1894. Tenth Thousand Printing. 334pp. + pp. publisher's advs. Attractive front binding of bright flowers; also on spine. Binding, however is soiled and has minor wear at edges. A previous owners signature and date are on the inside front board and the end-pages are age toned. Front and rear hinges are cracked but still a good tight copy.
Leipzig:G. B. Teubner. 1923. 119pp. Paper aged-toned and brittle; previous owners name on first free end-page; Boards darkened with some soiling,' otherwise a very good copy
Verlag Hans Carl Nurnberg. 1967. 232pp. Wrps. Light soiling of cover, otherwise a very good copy.
Wiesbaden:Dr. Martin Sandig oHG. 1965. 252pp. Reprint of 1847 edition. In very good condition. Boards are lightly soiled and faded at spine. Text in german.
DOCTOR JOHNS: BEING A NARRATIVE OF CERTAIN EVENTS IN THE LIFE OF AN ORTHODOX MINISTER OF CONNECTICUT.
New York:Charles Scribner and Company. 1866. Two volumes. Hardcover. Externally light wear at the base of both spines and some mild soiling to the covers of both volumes. Internally clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good set.
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