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Titre : John Doe and Richard Roe; Or, Episodes of ...
Éditeur : Carleton
Date d'édition : 1862
Reliure : Hardcover
Etat du livre : Good
Edition : 1st Edition
FIRST EDITION. New York: Carleton, 1862. 12mo., vi., 9-312 p. Good. Embossed brown cloth is rubbed w/ fraying corner tips and head of spine chipped away. Gilt to spine is somewhat dull. Binding is tight. Foxing to endpapers/blank pages. Previous bookseller's notes in pencil to endpaper. Previous owner's signature in pencil to title page, otherwise, all pages are clean and unmarked. Civil War-era fictional look at life in New York City by one-time noted author/journalist/critic. N° de réf. du libraire 000348
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