New York and London: New York University Press, 2004. First Printing. Octavo; VG-/paperback; black and white pictorial spine with white text; first printing; covers show minimal wear; intact binding; text block exterior edges have little wear; some underlining and marginalia inside, mostly to first half of text; illustrated; pp 463.
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New York: Metropolitan Pub. Co., 1888. First Edition. Octavo, viii, 431 pages; G; Brown cloth with gilt lettering to roundback spine, and black embossed design to front cover; Boards have moderate bumping and wear to head/tail of spine and corners; Textblock has moderate age-toning to edges and to pages interiorly; Decorative endpapers; Ex Libris of the Sondley Reference Library appears on the front pastedown. RWO.
New-York: Printed by J. & J. Harper, 1831. Octavo, , xxxii, 570 pages; G; Full leather, with morocco spine label and gilt lettering; Boards show significant wear and discoloration overall, with light bumping to corners and light plus wear to edges; Textblock has moderate age-toning to edges, moderate plus foxing to pages throughout interiorly, multiple pencil emendations to ffep, and a presentation inscription in 19th-century hand on the sfep; Bookseller sticker appears on front pastedown ("Wm. E. Mickle" of Mobile, Alabama), and a bookseller stamp from same appears at bottom of titlepage; All plates appear intact; Missing three leaves at back of book. RWO.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1954. Second Printing. Octavo; VG-/G; yellow spine with black text; second printing; dust jacket exterior has slight soiling, due to handling; minor edge wear; price clipped front flap; cloth exterior slight wear; tight binding; strong boards; text block exterior edges show only light tone; interior unmarked; pp 307.
New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2019. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, 354 pages; VG/VG; white spine with black lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering; price unclipped '$28.00'; minor shelf wear and rubbing to the dust jacket; sticker indicating author's signature at the front of the DJ; signed flat on the title page by Brown; small pen marking to the bottom edge of the text block; shelved in U.S. Political History.
New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc., 1966. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, 252 pages; VG-/G+; gray spine with black and white lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering; price clipped; dust jacket has shelfwear and rubbing, including two open tears to either side of the spine at the head; minor creases and tearing to the corners of the dust jacket and to the tail and head of the spine; soiling to the back of the dust jacket; some foxing to the flaps of the DJ; foxing and soiling to the inside of the jacket; top edge of the text block is dyed red; soiling to the fore and bottom edges of the text block; previous owner's name on the ffep; shelved African-Americana.
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1974. First Edition, Second Printing. Octavo, 349 pages; VG/VG-; spine is pictorial with black and red lettering; dust jacket is in a mylar covering, price uncut '$8.95', has minor wear and rubbing; signed flat on the ffep by both Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein; First Edition, Second Printing; scarce signed by both; shelved case 5.
New York: Cassell & Company, 1886. First Edition. Quarto, 433 pages; bound in modern three-quarters brown leather, black pebbled cloth boards, gilt to front board and spine; very mild wear; text block acid-toned and somewhat brittle; 432/433 gutter with pasted paper, holding inner quarter of two leaves together, causing some tearing; With 36 heliotype plates containing 204 mugshot or headshot records, as well as an image of Byrnes observing a bank robber being prepared for his mugshot and a frontispiece; shelved case 1.
New York: Derby & Jackson, 1856. First Edition. 10mo; G+; brown spine with gilt; first edition; no jacket; original publisher's brown cloth has gilt decorative vine design to spine; front and rear panels have blind-stamped borders and geometric designs; few chips to spine edges; chip to front joint; some rubbing wear wear to edges; textblock exterior edges have modestly age toned; cracking to front hinge; frontispiece with tissue guard; offsetting to pp 234-235; otherwise interior good; illustrated; pp 400.
Chicago: Book Publishers Union, 1899. Larger Octavo; Fair; sunned red/black pictorial spine with black text; no jacket; original publisher's cloth has noticeable exterior wear; some staining to exterior; worn corners; shaken binding due to cracked hinges; pictorial front with black lettering to be panel; text block exterior edges have age toned; some toning to endpapers; frontispiece; toning toward edges to interior pages; illustrated; several plates at rear; pp 472.
Chicago: R.R. Donnelly & Sons Company, The Lakeside Press. Booklet [9x11.25]; VG-/paperback; Thin mustard yellow pamphlet; exterior shows slight handling wear; spine corners mildly creased; intact binding; text block tan colored; letter encased in mustard yellow folder; letter in very good condition; text pages unmarked; unpaginated.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1930. First Edition, Second Printing. Octavo, 284 pages; G+; contemporary full gray and brown cloth binding; spine with faded red lettering; some shelf wear and soiling; ex-library, with usual marks; corners bumped; some fading to spine; crown of spine missing; two small closed tears to tail of spine; upper edge dyed maroon; library bookplate at front pastedown; binding slightly shaken; contains black and white illustrations and photos; light pencil underlining throughout; shelved Case 1.
New York: Random House, Inc., 1955. Reprinted. Octavo; VG/VG-; red spine with black text; fifth printing; dust jacket exterior shows mild wear; slight foxing to rear; mylar wrapped jacket; cloth exterior clean; tight binding; strong boards; text block exterior fore and head edges have light tone; exterior head edge colored red; illustrated endpapers; interior pages clean; illustrated; pp 186.
New York: Random House, Inc., 1958. First Printing. Octavo; VG-/G; grayish brown pictorial spine with white and yellow text; first printing; dust jacket exterior has slight shelf wear; spine has sunned modestly; minor edge wear; mylar protective wrap to jacket; cloth exterior shows minimal wear; good, intact binding; straight boards; text block exterior edges have mild tone; pictorial endpapers; interior clean; illustrated; pp 184.
Harrisburg: Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 1931. Octavo; Fair+; Hardcover; Spine, blue with gold print; Boards in blue cloth, wear to spine caps and corners, smudging/shelfwear; Text block has owner stamp on front flyleaf, tanning to endpapers, light age-toning to paper; 1370 pages, frontispiece (color), illustrated (b&w plates).
New York: Minton, Balch & Company, 1929. Octavo; G-; Hardcover; Spine, blue with gold print; Boards quarter bound with blue cloth to spine and grey cloth to boards, light wear to spine caps and corners, slight shelfwear, else clean and strong; Text block has blue tinted top edge, cracked front hinge, else clean and tight; Signed in ink by the author on the half-title page; x, 481 pages.
Washington: Smithsonian Books, 2004. Octavo; VG/VG; Hardcover with DJ; DJ spine, grey with copper print; DJ in mylar, clean and bright; Boards quarter bound with brown cloth to spine and yellow paper to boards, slight wear to spine caps, else clean and strong; Text block clean and tight; Signed in ink by Sargent Shriver on the half-title page; xxx, 761 pages, illustrated (b&w plates).
London: printed for Henry Seile, and are to be sold at his shop over against St. Dunstans Church in Fleetstreet, 1657. Second Edition. Folio, , 739, , 739-740, 761-890, p. 887, 898-934, 921-958, 961-1098, , 1089-1095,  pages; G; bound in full early speckled calf, simple double blind-rules to boards, paneled spine with morocco label, gilt titling; some rubbing and wear to boards, bumping to corners; heavy tide-marks throughout entire text block causing staining, heaviest along upper edge, fore corners; lacking all 4 maps; lacking engraved title; small bookplate of "Milton, Peterborough" and a second of Earl Fitzwilliam, both referring to the Milton Hall estate in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, England; shelved above Vikings.
n.p. Thomas Publications, 2010. Octavo; VG/paperback; grayish tan spine with black text; covers have minimal exterior wear; "signed by author sticker" to front; previous bookshop's sticker residue to rear; mild bend to rear; otherwise binding intact; text block exterior edges have light shelf wear; interior clean; illustrated; pp 223; signed by author This book is part of the overstocked 15's, kept in Room X.
Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1893. Octavo; Two volumes; Fair; Hardcover; Spine, blue with gold print; Boards in blue cloth with gold print, wear to spine caps and corners, light blemishes, else clean and strong; Text blocks have gilt top edge, cracked front hinges, spotting to endpapers, significant amount of underlining and marginal notation in ink throughout; Both volumes have frontispiece and illustrations (b&w plates); 2 vols. (li, 572 pages ; xviii, 639 pages).
Orange VA: Moss Publications, 1988. Third Printing. Quarto; VG-/G; black spine with white text; third printing; dust jacket exterior has slight spots to exterior; chip to rear head edge; otherwise mild edge wear; light soiling to flap fore edges; tape to mid flap edges; cloth exterior shows lightly sunned edges; exterior overall has light wear; tight binding; text block exterior edges have some foxing; small tape remnant to pastedowns; light foxing to first and last few pages; interior pages clean; profusely illustrated; pp 319.
Washington, DC: Gales and Seaton, 1826. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, 840 pages; G+; full early 20th century gray buckram binding; spine with evidence of red and black spine labels, now mostly missing; some shelf wear and soiling; corners bumped; scuffing to boards; large purple ownership stamp at title page; mild age-toning throughout; contains fold-out translation leaf; previous owner's stamps at back pastedown; pages clean; shelved Case 1.
New York: Phaidon Press, 2006. First Edition, First Printing. Folio, 345 pages; VG/VG-; spine black, blue, and white pictorial, with white lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering; mild shelf wear and scuffing; bookseller's white and red sticker at jacket front; small puncture in jacket front; signed flat by Meyerowitz at second free endpaper; profusely illustrated with full color photos; pages clean; shelved Front Table.
Austin: University of Texas Press, 1971. Octavo; VG/G+; Hardcover with DJ; DJ spine, green with white print, DJ has light edgewear, price-clipped, else clean and bright; Boards in green cloth, clean and strong; Text block clean and tight; Inscribed in ink by the author on the front flyleaf; xvi, 342 pages, frontispiece (port.), illustrated (b&w plates).
Boston: The Daily Advertiser, 1821. First Edition. Tall Octavo, , 225 pages, [errata leaf]; G; Original light blue boards, with early leather rebacking; Boards show moderate wear to edges, significant damp-staining, and moderate plus wear to leather on spine; Textblock show moderate plus age-toning to untrimmed edges, light wear to edges, moderate foxing to pages throughout interiorly, and occasional pencil emendations to margins; Previously owned by Stephen Pynchon ("S. Pynchon"), who was serving in the Massachusetts House of Representatives at the time of the trial (1808 - 1823); Signed "S. Pynchon" in ink on titlepage; Also bears the ownership signature of an "H. Pynchon / Brimfield", and "Charles Gardner" (later a delegate to the Massachusetts House for Brimfield). RWO.
Baltimore: Edward J. Coale, 1824. First Edition. Octavo, 78 pages, [foldout map]; VG-; Pamphlet, later bound in half calf and marbled boards, with gilt lettering to spine; Boards show light wear to edges and minor bumping to corners; Textblock has moderate age-toning and light wear to edges, and moderate foxing to pages throughout interiorly; Foldout map (12"x8") at rear, showing projected path of proposed C&O Canal; Sabin 30427. RWO.
Boston: John P. Jewett and Company, 1853. First Edition. Octavo, ix, 511 pages, ; G+; Brown cloth spine, tooled, with gilt lettering; boards show light bumping / moderate wear to corners, moderate wear and chipping to head / tail of spine, a faint culaccino on the front cover, and light wear overall; Textblock has moderate age-toning to edges, light age-toning to pages interiorly, and the ink inscription of former owner "Gilbert Phleger" appears on the textblock fore-edge, front pastedown, and titlepage; Engraved portrait frontispiece; Giddings was an abolitionist congressman and co-founder of the early Republican Party. RWO.
Huntington WV: Blue Acorn Press, 1991. Second Printing. Quarto; VG-/G; red spine with beige text; second printing; dust jacket exterior slight, small scratches; few chips to edges; mylar protective wrap to jacket; original publisher's cloth has minimal wear; very light wear to edges; good, intact binding; straight boards; textblock exterior edges have only mild toning; gift inscription to front pastedown; interior pages clean; profusely illustrated; pp 361; additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders.
Riverside: The Hillacre Bookhouse, 1912. First Thus. 12mo., , -42 pages, ; Light brown wrappers, with blank spine and red lettering to front covers; Covers show light plus wear to corners and light bumping/wear to head/tail of spine; Textblock has very minor age-toning overall; Uncut; Originally published in "The HIbbert Journal" in 1910; Published in book form by Frederick Bursch's independent press Hillacre, most famous for their limited first editions of John Reed's poetry. RWO.
Philadelphia: Hopkins and Earle, 1808. Presumed First Edition. Octavos, Two Volumes; G; Original boards, with well-worn spines (quires exposed), worn handwritten spine labels, and handwritten title to spine on Volume I; Boards show moderate plus wear overall, the front board of Volume I is detached (but present), and the remaining boards are loose but attached; Textblocks have moderate age-toning and wear to untrimmed edges, light foxing interiorly throughout, and moderate plus wear to loose titlepage of Volume I (creasing and multiple closed tears); Signatures of three previous owners appear in both volumes, including "William Holabird" in ink on both titlepages; Holabird served as Connecticut Lieutenant Governor (1842- 1844) and as an attorney in the infamous Amistad case (where he argued for the government); Ex-library copy (Plates from "The Litchfield Historical Society" appear on the front pastedowns of both volumes); CONTENTS: Vol. I (, 596 pages) -- Vol. II (, 439 pages, ); Sabin 9434; Tompkins, Burr 87. RWO.
New York: Random House, Inc., 2010. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo; VG/VG; black pictorial spine with white and gilt text; first edition; first printing; winner of the Pulitzer Prize; dust jacket exterior shows minimal wear; mylar wrapped jacket; cloth exterior clean; tight binding; textblock exterior edges have minimal wear; deckled fore edge; frontispiece; interior clean; illustrated; pp 766; signed by author.
Lincoln and London: The University of Nebraska Press, 1983. Octavo; VG/G; green spine with white and green text; dust jacket exterior shows slight rubbing wear, mostly to edges; cloth exterior has mild wear; lightly sunned edges; strong boards; tight binding; text block exterior edges show minimal wear; only small grayish smudge to tail fore edge; interior clean; pp 698.
Austin and London: University of Texas Press, 1971. Octavo; VG-; green/black spine with gilt text; no jacket; cloth exterior has minimal wear; tight binding; straight boards; text block outer edges have only mild tone; interior clean; illustrated; previous owner's name to fep; folded letter taped to rear endpaper; pp 342; inscribed by author.
New York: Random House, Inc., 1959. First Edition. Octavo; VG-/VG-; green pictorial spine with beige text; first edition; dust jacket exterior has mild shelf wear; minor wear to edges; light pencil to front flap; cloth shows lightly sunned edges; good, sturdy binding; textblock exterior edges have slight toning; pictorial endpapers; interior clean; pp 309.
Harrisburg: E.K. Meyers, State Printer, 1875. Octavo; Volume 3 only; Fair+; Hardcover; Spine, black with gold print, raised bands; Boards half bound with black leather to spine and corners and marbled paper to boards, worn spine caps, edges, and corners, surface tear at lower portion of spine, shelfwear; Text block has marbled edges and endpapers, surface tears to front pastedown, cracked hinges front and rear, light age-toning to paper; 811 pages, frontispiece (folded b&w map). Oversized order. Additional shipping and handling may be necessary for expedited/international orders. Economy international shipping unavailable due to size/weight restriction(s). Contact seller if you have any questions. NOTE: Shelved in Netdesk office, in wraparound bookcase next to 15's.
Harrisburg: E.K. Meyers, State Printer, 1887. Octavo; Volume 13 only; G-; Hardcover; Spine, BLACK with gold print, raised bands; Boards half bound with black leather to spine and corners and marbled paper to boards, wear to spine caps and corners, front hinge torn its length; Text block has marbled edges and endpapers, name in ink on title page, light age-toning to paper, pp. 583-586 detached from binding, light age-toning to paper, else clean and tight; 794 pages, frontispiece (color), illustrated (b&w plates).
Philadelphia, PA: Thomas Dobson, 1794, 1793, 1796, 1798. Mixed Editions. Octavo, 5 volumes; G; full leather bindings; spines with red labels with gilt lettering; vols. 1 with late 20th century rebacking, previous boards retained; vol. 2 rebound in full 20th leather; vols. 3-5 in full contemporary tree calf; all vols. ex-library, with usual marks; vol. 1 Second American Edition, 1794, corners markedly bumped with evidence of repair, some foxing and age-toning to textblock, multiple previous owner's marks and inscriptions at front pastedown, contemporary handwritten notes at title page, large chip removed from lower right corner of title page, pages clean, previous owner's bookplate at back pastedown; vol. 2 First Edition, 1793, some foxing and age-toning throughout textblock, pages clean; vol. 3 Second Edition, 1794, titled "An Account of the Bilious Remitting Yellow Fever [...]" as usual, corners bumped, tail of spine missing with evidence of repair, mild scuffing to boards, previous owner's bookplate at front pastedown, front free endpaper starting, previous owners' names at second free endpaper and title page, some foxing and age-toning throughout textblock, pages clean; vol. 4 First Edition, 1796, corners bumped with evidence of previous repair, front joint previously repaired, crown and tail of spine missing; some foxing and age-toning throughout textblock, pages clean; vol. 5 First Edition, 1798, corners bumped with evidence of previous repair, front joint with previous repair, chips missing from crown and tail of spine, previous owner's name at title page, some foxing and age-toning throughout textblock, pages clean; Shelved in case 13.
New York: Whiting & Watson, 1812. First Thus. 12mo., ,  - 199 pages, ; G; Full tree calf, with morocco spine label and gilt lettering; Boards show light bumping to top corners, light wear to edges, and significant cracking to leather along joint of front cover; Textblock has moderate age-toning and foxing to edges, and light foxing to pages throughout interiorly. Sabin 104944. RWO.
Paris: Chez Didot, 1744. First Edition. 12mos., Four Volumes; G; Full calf, with dark brown leather spine labels and gilt lettering, spines banded with gilt tooling; Lacking Volumes V and VI; Boards show moderate plus wear to corners (boards exposed), significant cracking to leather along joints, moderate cracking to leather overall, and spine labels in varying degrees of wear; Textblocks have light plus shelfwear and occasional light soiling to red-dyed edges, and light plus age-toning to pages interiorly throughout; One map in Vol. I, and two maps and one plate in Vol. II, extend slightly beyond the textblock edge due to mis-folding, resulting in some minor chipping and age-toning; Ink emendations in an 18th-century hand appear on the verso of the ffeps of all four volumes; The ownership inscription of "Luis de Artaud" appears in ink on the sfep of all volumes, and the signature of former owner "Vivian Sorrelle" appears in pencil on the sfep of all volumes also; Lacking several maps (compared against description in Backer-Sommervogel): Vol. I - Three out of five fold-out maps intact // Vol. II - Two out of five maps intact // Vol. III - One out of two maps intact // Vol. IV - Complete (All five fold-out maps and one fold-out plate intact, in addition to all 43 botanical plates); CONTENTS: Vol. I (, , viii, 454 pages, ) -- Vol. II (, 501 pages, ) -- Vol. III (, 465 pages, ) -- Vol. IV (, 388 pages, ). Sabin 12136n; Faribault 132; Backer-Sommervogel 2:10178. RWO.
New York: Pantheon Books, 1989. First Edition. Octavo; VG-/VG-; white spine with black text; first edition; dust jacket exterior shows light wear; mild tone toward edges; cloth exterior clean; good, tight binding; text block exterior edges show minimal wear; inscribed by author to ffep; interior pages clean; pp 243.
Hartford: Samuel Hanmer, Jr. and John Jay Phelps, 1831. Presumed First Edition. Small Octavo, v, -304 pages; G; Full calf, with gilt tooling to spine and gilt lettering; Boards show moderate plus wear to joints, some light cracking to spine, and light shelf wear overall; Textblock has moderate age-toning and foxing to edges, light age-toning and foxing to pages interiorly, and the bookplate of "Canandaigua Franklin Library" on front pastedown; Lacking frontispiece. RWO.
Philadelphia: B. & T. Kite, 1812. First American Edition. Small Octavo, ix, 289 pages; VG-; 3/4 leather bound with green paper boards, spine banded with gilt lettering; Boards show light wear to corners and joints, and light plus wear to spine bands and head/tail of spine; Textblock has light age-toning and minimal foxing to untrimmed edges, and light uneven age-toning to pages interiorly; Green cloth bookmark; Engraved frontispiece; t.e.g. Howes S1145. RWO.
New York: H. Greeley & Co., 1840 - 1841. First Edition. Quarto, , 416 pages; G+; Bound in half-calf and marble boards, with gilt lettering to spine; Boards show moderate plus wear to corners, edges and leather along joints, with light plus shelfwear overall; Textblock has light plus age-toning and foxing to edges, moderate and uneven foxing/age-toning to pages throughout interiorly, some creasing to pages, and ffep loose but attached; Ownership inscription appears in ink on ffep: "Noah W Hoy / New Canaan / Conn. / 1841"; The complete 10th volume (Nos. 1 - 26) of Horace Greeley's paper The New-Yorker. This is the paper that eventually became the New York Tribune. RWO.
Washington: Government Printing Office, 1868. Presumed First Edition. Octavo, , xxii,  - 401 pages, ; Fair; Brown cloth boards, with "U.S. Government Bindery" imprint to front and back covers, leather to spine worn off; Boards show substantial wear to corners and covers, moderate cracking along joints, and leather on spine largely worn away (quires partially exposed); Textblock has moderate plus age-toning to edges, light plus age-toning to pages interiorly throughout, some foxing and one damp-stain impacting the bottom margin near the binding; Volume III only; RWO.
Williamsburg: The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1989. Second Printing. Large Octavo, xiii, 442 pages; VG-/G+; Light blue pictorial spine with blue lettering; Dustjacket has light wear to edges, two small closed tears to head of spine, light age-toning to inside flaps, and light shelfwear overall; Price unclipped; Boards have very light bumping to tail of spine and minor discoloration to top edge; Textblock show one instance of faint staining to fore-edge, and light shelfwear to bottom edge. RWO.