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    Eugene Field. Nineteen Volumes Uniformly Bound in Leather, including: An Auto-Analysis: How One Friar Met the Devil and Two Pursued Him. New York: H. M. Caldwell, 1901. Two volumes in one. 75; 37 pages, printed on recto only. (BAL 5839.) [and:] another copy. [and:] The Holy-Cross and Other Tales. Cambridge: Stone & Kimball, 1893. First trade edition. 191 pages. (BAL 5757.) [and:] The House: An Episode in the Lives of Reuben Baker, Astronomer, and of His Wife Alice. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1896. First trade edition. 268 pages. (BAL 5772.) [and:] How One Friar Met the Devil and Two Pursued Him. Chicago: F. M. Morris, 1900. First edition. Limited to 300 copies. 37 pages, printed on recto only. (BAL 5782.) [and:] A Little Book of Nonsense. Boston: Mutual Book Company, 1901. First edition. 28 pages. One page of ads. (BAL 5787.) [and:] Little Willie. N.p., 1895. 8 pages. (BAL 5769.) [and:] The Love Affairs of a Bibliomaniac. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1896. First edition. 253 pages. (BAL 5771, issue state 1.) [and:] Love-Songs of Childhood. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1894. First edition. 111 pages. (BAL 5791.) [and:] A Little Book of Profitable Tales. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1890. First trade edition. 286 pages. (BAL 5742.) [and:] Second Book of Tales. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1896. Later printing. 314 pages. (BAL 5775.) [and:] Sharps and Flats. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1900. First edition. Two volumes. xxi, 254; xii, 290 pages. (BAL 5784.) [and:] The Tribune Primer with Additional Sketches Now First Collected from the Denver Tribune. New York: Marion Press, 1900. First thus. Limited to 115 copies, this being number 49. (BAL 5785.) [and:] A Little Book of Tribune Verse. Denver: Tandy, Wheeler & Co., 1901. First trade edition. 256 pages. (BAL 5785.) [and:] A Little Book of Western Verse. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1890. First trade edition. 202 pages. (BAL 5743.) [and:] With Trumpet and Drum. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1892. 126 pages. [and:] Francis Wilson. The Eugene Field I Knew. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1898. First edition. 128 pages. [and:] The Book-Lover's Almanac for the Year 1894. New York: Duprat & Co., 1894. Limited to 600 numbered copies.

    All books uniformly bound in half-calf. Gilt lettering and designs to spine. Raised bands. Marbled endpapers. Top edges gilt. Fine.


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