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    Charles C. Jones; et al. Group of Four Books on Civil War Military Organization and Battles. Various Places: Various publishers, 1867-1906. Including one copy with a Union soldier's ownership. Charles C. Jones. Historical Sketch of the Chatham Artillery During the Confederate Struggle for Independence. Albany: Joel Munsell, 1867. Octavo. 240 pages. Illustrated with fold-out map. Green cloth stamped in blind and gilt. Minor edgewear, laminate of lower board slightly bubbled, head and foot of spine chipped, rear joint just starting with signs of crude repair, somewhat rubbed. Endpapers refreshed. Title page with 3-inch tear along gutter, text block toned in margins, minor thumbsoiling. Very good.

    [Together with]: Thomas L. Livermore. Numbers and Losses in the Civil War in America. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1900. First edition. Ink ownership of Albert Maxfield, a Union soldier who served in Virginia and Maryland. Octavo. 150 pages. Blue cloth with gilt-stamped spine. Minor edgewear, head and foot of spine pushed, somewhat worn. Grey-coated endpapers. Internally generally clean; minor foxing, text block toned in margins. Very good.

    [And]: W. W. Goldsborough. The Maryland Line in the Confederate Army. Pikesville, MD: Published under the authority of the Association of the Maryland Line, 1900. Large octavo. 397 pages. Illustrated. Rebound in later brown cloth with gilt-stamped spine. Endpapers refreshed. Text block toned in margins, some edgewear and chipping, minor foxing, all edges gilt. Very good.

    [And]: Bromfield L. Ridley. Battles and Sketches of the Army of Tennessee. Mexico, MO: Missouri Printing & Pub. Co., 1906. First edition. Octavo. 662, [10, index], 1 errata slip. Illustrated. Publisher's brown cloth stamped in gilt and blind. Rebacked with original spine laid down, corners bumped and rubbed, moderate edgewear, somewhat rubbed and soiled. Endpapers refreshed. Library punch stamp to title page, library stamp to all plates including frontispiece, plate roughly removed before table of contents, minor intermittent foxing, text block toned to margins and edges, top edge darkened. Very good.

    Nevins I, page 10 (second edition), 42; Howes R282. From the A. D. Andrews Collection of Southern and Natural History


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