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    Mary Hallock Foote. The Led-Horse Claim. A Romance of a Mining Camp. London: Frederick Warne and Co., [1883]. First edition. Small octavo. 248, [32, adv.]. Illustrated. Original decorative green cloth. Modest soiling and rubbing on covers. Dust soiling on page edges. Three inkstamps on front endpapers. One inkstamp and pencil annotation of bookseller on half-title. Over-opened, spine cloth exposed in a few places. Some gatherings shaken and starting at tail. Illustrated plate titled "Between Daylight and Dark. - p. 32" detached and laid-in. Occasional thumbsoiling. A good copy.

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    13th Monday
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