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    Charles Gayarré. Group of Nine Books, Biographies and Louisiana History. Various places: Various publishers, 1851-1903. Including first editions. Charles Gayarr[é]. Louisiana. Its Colonial History and Romance. New York: Harper & Bros., 1851. Second, enlarged edition. Octavo. 546, [6, ads] pages. Publisher's sage green cloth stamped in blind and gilt.

    Edward D. Mansfield. Life and Services of General Winfield Scott. Auburn: Derby & Miller, 1852. Listed as the "The Only Authentic Edition" to title page. Octavo. 538, [4, ads] pages. Publisher's green cloth stamped in gilt and blind.

    Cecil B. Hartley. Life and Times of Colonel Daniel Boone. Comprising history of the early settlement of Kentucky. Philadelphia: G. G. Evans, 1859. First edition. 12 mo. 351 pages. Publisher's pictorial green cloth stamped in blind and gilt.

    [John Esten Cooke]. The Life of Stonewall Jackson. From official papers, contemporary narratives... New York: Charles B. Richardson, 1863. Octavo. 305, [4, ads] pages. Publisher's brown cloth stamped in gilt. Rebacked.

    C. Edwards Lester. Life and Public Services of Charles Sumner. New York: United States Pub. Co., 1874. Octavo. 596, [2, ads] pages. Publisher's terra cotta cloth over beveled boards stamped in gilt and black.

    T. A. Bland. Life of Benjamin F. Butler. Boston and New York: Lee & Shepard; Charles T. Dillingham, 1879. Octavo. 202, [8, ads] pages. Publisher's blue cloth stamped in gilt and black.

    R. T. Bradley. The Outlaws of the Border, or the Lives of Frank and Jesse James. Their exploits, adventures and escapes, down to the present time... Saint Louis: J. W. Marsh, 1880. Octavo. 302 pages. Publisher's pictorial brown cloth stamped in gilt.

    State Papers and Correspondence Bearing Upon the Purchase of Louisiana. Washington [D.C.]: Government Printing Office, 1903. Octavo. 299 pages. Publisher's black cloth stamped in blind and gilt.

    H. Montgomery. The Life of Major-General Zachary Taylor. Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, no date. Octavo. 463 pages. Pictorial green cloth stamped in black and gilt.

    Corners bumped and rubbed, minor to moderate edgewear, head and foot of spines pushed and worn, rubbed and soiled. Somewhat foxed and thumbsoiled, some copies with ink ownership and pencil notations, text blocked unevenly toned, some edgewear. Good to very good.

    Nevins II, page 47; Sabin 30683; Howes G88. From the A. D. Andrews Collection of Southern and Natural History


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