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    J[ames] K. Paulding. Two copies of Slavery in the United States. New York: Harper & Bros., 1836. First edition, second printings. 16mo in sixes. 312, 10 (publisher's ads) pages. One copy in green cloth, decorated in blind; one copy in pale yellow cloth, decorated in blind, with printed paper spine label. Corners bumped, moderate edgewear, spine sunned, head and foot of spine pushed and chipped with some losses, green copy lacking paper spine label, yellow copy with spine label toned and worn, boards soiled. Ink ownership to front pastedown of yellow copy, bookplate to front pasted of green copy, endpapers foxed. Foxed, moderate text block edgewear, some thumbsoiling. Good or better.

    Howes P135; Sabin 59213; BAL 15729. From the A. D. Andrews Collection of Southern and Natural History


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    July, 2021
    22nd Thursday
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