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201pp. A very good copy. Stories by Arisatides Rojas, Manuel Ugarte, Ricardo Palma, Paster Servando Obligado, and Joe Lopzez Portillo y Rojas.
Austin:Univ. of Texas Press. (1975). 303pp. Dust jacket has minor tears at top and some rubbing along edges. Pages clean and bright. A very good copy.
(Washington, D. C.): Privately published. (1963). 601pp. Hardcover. A very good copy. Author was Director, Department of Legal Affairs, Pan American Union, 1948-1962. FB029
New York:Taplinger Publishing Company. (1981). 248pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket is only lightly worn at the edges and spine. Rear cover has some soiling at the bottom. Book itself shows only some minor shelf-wear. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a fine copy.
Panama: Editorial Universitaria. 1980. 270pp. Illustrated. Wraps. Covers are age-toned and lightly soiled but otherwise only lightly shelf-worn and in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free ofs tray markings, though there is some significant toning to the pages throughout. Overall, this is a very good copy.
N.Y.: Alfred A. Knopf. 1993. 498pp. 498pp. Hard bound. With dust jacket. A fine copy. S008
116pp. With dust jacket. Except for circular embossed stamp on lower corner of title page, an excellent copy.
[274pp.] Illus. An excellent copy.
Mexico: Ediciones Llama. (1943). 62 pp. First edition. Wraps. Glassine wrapper darkened with age and chipped at edges. Interior is clean and free of stray markings, though pages are beginning to show some signs of aging with light foxing throughout. All in all a very good copy.
Berlin:Gebr.Mann Verlag. 1970. 325pp. Illustrated. German language. Hardcover with dust jacket in clear plastic wrapper. Jacket shows some wear at the edges with some light soiling oto the covers. Otherwise in very good condition. Binding is only mildly shelf-worn. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good copy. FB009
New York; Mahlon Day, 1824. Hardcover, no dj. viii+266pp. VG condition. Newer binding. Tan colored buckram boards showing some grime. Some foxing to first and last few pages, otherwise pretty clean internally with age toning and occasional foxing. Tightly bound. "The circumstances of [St. Domingo] which invest it with peculiar interest are, the fertillity of its soil, the beauty of its scenery, and the general advantages of its situation; its distinction as the first spot colonied by Europeans in the western hemisphere; the barbarous extirpation of its original inhabitants; the importation of Africans, forcibly dragged from their native shores; the oppessions and cruelties endured by one generation after another of these hapless beings; the signal vengeance which it pleased Divine Providence to permit them, at length, to inflict upon their tyrants; and, above all, the acquisition of independence, the introduction and progress of civiliation, and the establishment of social order and regular government, among a people whom their oppressors had denounced as incapable of these benefits." (cfm)
Cambride MA:Harvard University Press. 1963. 320pp. 1st edition. Hardcover with price-clipped dust jacket. Book in fine condition; dust jacket is slightly shelf-worn, in very good condition,
THE TRIALS OF WILLIAM S. SMITH AND SAMUEL G. OGDEN FOR MISDEMEANOURS HAD IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE NEW YORK DISTRICT IN JULY, 1806
With a preliminary account of the proceedings of the same court against Messrs. Smith and Ogden, in the proceeding April term. New York:I. Riley and Co. 1807. xxxiii+287pp. Hardcover. Bound in full leather. Leather is rubbed at hinges, scratched and scuffed. Title in gilt on leather label on spine. Internally, end-pages are age-toned with some foxing. A previous owners name is inked to the top of the title page, but otherwise, aside from some age-toning to pages, a very good, clean copy. The binding is still tight. Overall, a very good copy. *They were charged with violating the Neutrality Act of 1794. "The 1806 prosecution of William Smith and Samuel Ogden for their role in helping Francisco de Miranda fight Spanish rule in Latin America was a nearly forgotten trial that involved mercenaries, a potential war, allegations of government persecution, and a president's decision not to allow federal officials to testify in court."
Boston:Little Brown and Company. (1978). Stated 1st edition. xxi+264pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book in very good, clean condition with no previous owners marks or signatures. The dust jacket, lightly soiled with light shelf-wear to edges, is still in very good condition.
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