The Knightly Soldier: A Biography of Major Henry Ward Camp

Trumbull, Chaplain H. Clay

Edité par Nichols and Noyes 1865 Boston
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Titre : The Knightly Soldier: A Biography of Major ...
Éditeur : Nichols and Noyes 1865 Boston

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Chaplain H. Clay Trumbull
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Description du livre John D. Wattles, USA, 1892. Hardcover. État : Very Good. No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Gold gilt lettering and figure on front board is beautiful and strong. Spine ends worn and slightly pulled, corners worn and slightly bumped. Slight wear to top edge gilt text block. Pages nice and clean, no writing or highlighting. N° de réf. du libraire 6218

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Trumbull, H. Clay Chaplain
Edité par Noyes, Holmes & CO., Boston (1871)
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Description du livre Noyes, Holmes & CO., Boston, 1871. Hardcover. État : Very Good -. Frontis, 335 pgs + appendix/ comments 14pgs, illustrations, green cloth with gilt lettering and emblems, wear to head and toe of spine. N° de réf. du libraire 728

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Chaplain H. Clay Trumbull
Edité par Nichols And Noyes, New York (1865)
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Description du livre Nichols And Noyes, New York, 1865. Hardcover. État : Very Good Minus. 1st Edition. First Edition (SD). A Record Of College, Field, And Prison. 331 pages. I hope I look this good when I'm 151 years old. Take a look at the photographs and to see that the front cover and spine are very clean, and that the back cover has quite a bit of smooth scuffing, several spots of surface tears, and a large spot of black discoloration. A tale of two covers. The spine, as you can see in the second photo, has held up quite well, just a slight strip of loss at the bottom. The gilt lettering and design is still quite bright. There's a little bit of rub-through on a few of the corners. Opening up the book, brown end papers for the front end paper has spotting, quite a lot on the verso frontispiece surrounding the portrait, spotted tissue guard, little darkening on the title page, then the spotting is gone. That leaves you with mostly clean pages broken up occasionally by instances of soiling (not spotting). Overall the pages are in quite decent condition. The book is fairly well bound taking into account its age. Nothing is loose. The rear brown end paper has a thin (1/8th of an inch) vertical strip of loss going down the edge. There are no other tears are loss on any page in the book. There is no writing/underlining, etc., on any page in the book. There are no markings. And I don't see any creases. The subject of The Knightly Soldier by Chaplain Henry Clay Trumbull, Henry Ward Camp was born in Hartford in 1839. After graduating with high honors from Yale in 1860, Henry studied law with John Hooker, Esq. followed by enlisting in the Hartford City Guard in April 1861. In December of that year, Camp was commissioned by Governor Buckingham as a 2nd Lieutenant in Company I of the 10th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry. He was later promoted to 1st Lieutenant in Company D of the 10th CVI and then to Adjutant of that company in 1862. On July 19, 1863, following the Assault on Fort Wagner, Camp was captured along with his good friend, Chaplain Trumbull, and was taken to Charleston then Columbia, South Carolina. He managed to escape but was recaptured nearly one hundred miles away from where he had been held captive. He was finally released on April 30, 1864. Camp returned to his regiment and was promoted to Major in September of that year. A month later, Camp was killed in action at Darbytown Road just outside of Richmond. According to Chaplain Trumbull in The Knightly Soldier, ¿His tall and manly form was too distinct a target to escape special notice from the foe. Waving his sword, he called aloud cheerily, ¿Come on, boys, come on!¿ then turned to the color-sergeant just emerging from the thicket, that he might rally the men on the regimental standard. As he did so, a bullet passed through his lungs; and, as he fell on his side, he was pierced yet again and again by the thick-coming shot. His death was as by the lightning¿s stroke. His eyes scarce turned from their glance at the tattered, dear old flag, ore they were closed to earth, and opened again beyond the stars and their field of blue.¿ Following the battle, the enemy stripped Camp¿s body, looted him for anything valuable and buried his remains. The next morning, Camp¿s fellow soldiers erected a flag of truce and sent a message to the confederates asking for the remains of fallen soldier Henry Ward Camp. The request was permitted, and Camp¿s remains were exhumed. Camp¿s body was accompanied home by his fellow prisoner of war and good friend Chaplain Trumbull. He was interred in Spring Grove Cemetery in north Hartford but was disinterred and re-interred at Cedar Hill Cemetery after it opened in July 1866. His monument reads: ¿A true knight; not yet mature, yet matchless. erected by his fellow citizens of hartford as a tribute to his patriotic service, and to his noble christian character.¿. N° de réf. du libraire 000732

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Trumbull, Chaplain H. Clay
Edité par John, D. Wattles, Philadelphia (1892)
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Description du livre John, D. Wattles, Philadelphia, 1892. Hard Cover. État : Near Fine. No Jacket. New and revised edition. Burgundy cloth with gilt decoration and lettering. Top edge gilt. Light shelfwear. A gift inscription, dated Dec 25th 1892, is on the front free endpaper. Otherwise fine in a square, tight binding with hinges intact. A crisp, handsome copy. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. N° de réf. du libraire 010928

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Trumbull, Chaplain H. Clay
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Description du livre Nichols & Noyes. 1st edition, 1865 Fair, No Dust Jacket 8VO, 331pgs. Tired hardcover boards are scuffed, soiled and frayed throughout. Binding is a bit wobbly but intact. Foxing to endpapers, frontis and title page. Occasional margin soil. Faded water mark on top foredge and top margin of a few pages. Text is unaffected. Gilt title on spine still readable. N° de réf. du libraire 003873

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Trumbull, H. Clay, Chaplain:
Edité par Boston. 1865. (1865)
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Description du livre Boston. 1865., 1865. xiii,13-331pp. plus plates. Portrait. Contemporary cloth. Worn at extremities, some foxing and spotting, marginal dampstain to several leaves. A good, sound copy. After attending Yale and Harvard and studying law, Camp enlisted in the Union Army, was wounded in the Battle of Roanoke Island, participated in the first expedition against Charleston, was taken prisoner, and finally killed in battle at Richmond. NEVINS I:170. N° de réf. du libraire WRCAM 3254

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