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    J. E. Cairnes; et al. Group of Five Books Related to the History of Slavery in the U.S. Various places: various publishers, 1862-1865. Including a presentation copy and first editions. J. E. Cairnes. The Slave Power. Its character, career, and probable designs... New York: Carleton, 1862. First American edition. Octavo. 171 pages. Publisher's cloth stamped in blind and gilt. Corners bumped and rubbed, moderate edgewear, head and foot of spine chipped and worn, rubbed and somewhat soiled, sunned. Orange endpapers. Ink ownership to title page, penciled gift inscription to first page of preface, somewhat foxed, minor edgewear. Good or better.

    [Together with]: [Clement Laird Vallandigham]. The Record of Hon. C. L. Vallandigham on Abolition, the Union, and the Civil War. Cincinnati: J. Walter & Co., 1863. Octavo. 248 pages. Publisher's brown cloth stamped in blind and gilt. Corners bumped, minor edgewear, head and foot of spine pushes and worn, spine and boards sunned, rubbed, boards just bowed. Endpapers foxed, ink ownership to front endpapers. Foxed, edges toned and somewhat worn. Good or better.

    [And]: Augustin Cochin [author], Mary L. Booth [translator]. The Results of Slavery. Boston: Walker, Wise & Co., 1863. First edition. 12mo. 413 pages. Publisher's brown cloth stamped in gilt and blind. Moderate edgewear, head and foot of spine pushed and worn, spine sunned, somewhat rubbed, rear joint starting. Brown coated endpapers, front hinge weak. Internally generally clean; minor intermittent foxing, text block toned to margins and edges, some gutters overextended. Very good.

    [And]: Augustin Cochin [author], Mary L. Booth [translator]. The Results of Emancipation. Boston: Walker, Wise & Co., 1863. Second edition. 12mo. 412 pages. Publisher's brown cloth stamped in gilt and blind. Moderate edgewear, head and foot of spine pushed and worn, spine sunned, somewhat rubbed. Brown coated endpapers. Internally generally clean; ; library stamp to title page and front blank verso, minor intermittent foxing, text block toned to margins and edges. Very good.

    [And]: John H. Augey. The Iron Furnace. Or, Slavery and Succession. Philadelphia: James S. Claxton, 1865. Later edition. Presentation copy, signed and inscribed by the author to the front free endpaper recto, "To /the students of Columbia Seminary / Theological. / Columbia / South Carolina / with / kind regards of / The Author." 12mo. 296 pages. Illustrated with frontispiece portrait. Publisher's red cloth stamped in gilt and blind. Corners bumped and rubbed, moderate edgewear, head and foot of spine pushed and worn, rubbed and soiled, spine sunned. Ink and pencil notations to from endpapers, endpapers somewhat soiled. All edges toned with minor wear, text block with minor foxing, some offsetting, some gutters overextended. Very good.

    Sabin 9856, 14065, 14066. From the A. D. Andrews Collection of Southern and Natural History


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