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    Henry St. Clair, compiler. Tales of Terror, or the Mysteries of Magic: A Selection of Wonderful and Supernatural Stories. Boston: Printed and Published by Charles Gaylord, 1833. First edition. Two octavo volumes in one. vi, 7-178, [2, blank], 119 pages. Engraved frontispiece. Publisher's tan backstrip over printed paper boards. Paper spine label. Housed in a custom half leather slipcase and chemise. Heavy wear to the binding, with one noticeable gouge to the rear board, and the paper covering the boards about half-perished. A third of the worn spine label perished. Corners of the binding and text heavily worn. Bottom corner of the front free endpaper torn away. Foxing throughout. A good copy of a rare title. Wright 2266.

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    February, 2012
    8th Wednesday
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