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    John Kilbourn. The Ohio Gazetteer, or Topographical Dictionary... Columbus: Published and Sold by J. Kilbourn, 1819. Sixth edition, improved. Sixteenmo. 176 pages. Ex-library, bookplates on front pastedown and library card-holder affixed to rear pastedown. Contemporary full leather. Severe rubbing and wear on covers, some loss to leather. Lacking free endpapers. Ink annotation on both pastedowns and title page. Two holographic ink slips tipped-on title page and p 71. Illustrated sheet roughly excised and lacking between pp. 54 and 55. Heavy toning and foxing on sheets. Partial map with tearing and roughness between pp. [8] and [9]. Good for its age.

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    June, 2016
    13th Monday
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