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    Robert Walsh; et al. Group of Four Books Related to the History of Slavery. Various places: Various publishers, 1819-1872. Robert Walsh. An Appeal from the Judgments of Great Britain Respecting the United States of America. Part First... Philadelphia: Mitchell, Ames & White, 1819. First edition. Octavo. 512 pages. Later half-calf over marbled boards with red, gilt-stamped spine label. Endpapers refreshed. Penciled ownership to title page, text block unevenly toned, somewhat foxed and thumbsoiled, dampstaining. Very good.

    [Together with]: H. C. Carey. The Slave Trade, Domestic and Foreign. Why it exists, and how it may be extinguished. Philadelphia: Parry & McMillan, 1856. Second edition. Octavo. Publisher's brown cloth stamped in blind and gilt. Corners bumped, minor edgewear, head and foot of spine just pushed, gilt on spine somewhat darkened. Ink ownership to front free endpaper recto. Internally clean; text block edges toned with minor wear. Very good.

    [And]: T. C. Thornton. An Inquiry into the History of Slavery. Its introduction into the United States... Washington: William M. Morrison, 1841. Octavo. 345 pages. Publisher's brown cloth stamped in gilt and blind. Corners bumped, moderate edgewear, spine sunned and worn, rubbed and discolored. Lacking front free endpaper, hinges starting, ink ownership and bookseller's ticker to front pastedown. Ink ownership to title page, title page with several small open tears to edges, text block toned, foxed, some dampstaining. Good or better.

    [And]: Testimony Taken by the Joint Select Committee to Inquire into the Condition of Affairs in the Late Insurrectionary States. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1872. Octavo. 399 pages. Publisher's brown cloth stamped in gilt and blind. Joints weak, only about 2-inches of the spine remain, corners bumped, moderate edgewear. Penciled notations to front pastedown, lacking front free endpaper, front hinge weak. Price sticker to title page, minor foxing, text block somewhat toned to margins and edges. Fair.

    Howes W67; Sabin 10840. From the A. D. Andrews Collection of Southern and Natural History


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