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    John Fletcher; et al. Group of Four Books Related to the History of Slavery. Various places: Various publishers, 1852-1938. John Fletcher. Studies on Slavery. In easy lessons. Natchez: Jackson Warner, 1852. First edition. Large octavo. 637 pages. Full calf with black, gilt-stamped spine label. Corners bumped and rubbed with boards showing, heavy edgewear, joints weak, spine chipped and cracked, rubbed and worn with some losses. Marbled endpapers. Ink ownership to front blanks, foxed, some offsetting. Good or better.

    [Together with]: John Dixon Long. Pictures of Slavery in Church and State. Philadelphia: Published by the author, 1857. Second edition. Octavo. 418, 8 (Notices of the Press) pages. Publisher's brown cloth stamped in blind and gilt. Corners bumped and rubbed, moderate edgewear, spine and boards sunned, head and foot of spine pushed, rubbed. Somewhat foxed, text block edges toned with minor wear. Very good.

    [And]: Edward A. Pollard. Black Diamonds. New York: Pudney & Russell, 1859. 12mo. 122 pages. Publisher's dark brown cloth stamped in gilt and blind. Rebacked with original spine laid down and edges professional repaired, minor edgewear. Ink ownership to front pastedown. Internally generally clean; minor foxing. Very good.

    [And]: Joseph Cephas Carroll. Slave Insurrections in the United States. Boston: Chapman & Grimes, 1938. Octavo. 229 pages. Publisher's dark green cloth with yellow-stamped spine. Minor edgewear, lettering on spine rubbed. Internally generally clean; light dampstaining. Very good.

    Sabin 24729. From the A. D. Andrews Collection of Southern and Natural History


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