London: Longmans, Green and Co. Ltd., 1891. 12mo; G-/no-DJ; Burgundy spine with gold text; Boards are slanted/cocked with lightly age toned spine and fraying edges and some rubbing along spine & fore edges; Text block has darkened due to age with slight shadow toning on some pages, previous owner's book plate on front pastedown, and slight cracking between end papers at front hinge from binding; slight pencil on rear end paper and newspaper clipping adhered to front end paper; pp 242.
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Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University, 1895. (first ?). 8vo in quarter-leather. VG+. Ex-libris from the library of Senator Claiborne Pell. Buisness card of Portuguese book dealer Joao Cezar inalid at ffep. Cezar's sticker on verso of ffep. Very slight age-toning to some pages. Tightly bound with beautifully marbled endpapers. Fore-edge of some pages curled. Lightly shelfworn and edgeworn. Covers still a bright red, in generally good shape. Wear at spine-edges. Spine is red with gilt text and 2 small decorations. Shelve in cases. This is a volume of 5 titles bound together, all scarce. The other titles are: "THE INFLUENCE OF THE PROPRIETORS IN FOUNDING THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY; SAMUEL ADAMS THE MAN OF THE TOWN-MEETING; INDIAN MONEY AS A FACTOR IN NEW ENGLAND CIVILIZATION; GOVERNMENT AND RELIGION OF THE VIRGINIA INDIANS;" Title page and Table of Contents for, "VOLUME XIII SOUTH CAROLINA, MARYLAND, AND VIRGINIA," bound in, but period ads follow instead of content.