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    D. P. Thompson. May Martin: or, The Money Diggers. A Green Mountain Tale. Montpelier: 1835. First edition.

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    D. P. Thompson. May Martin: or, The Money Diggers. A Green Mountain Tale. Montpelier: E. P. Walton and Son, 1835. First edition. Eighteenmo. (5.5 x 3.5 inches) 231, [1] pages. Contemporary cloth. Spine leaning, boards rubbed and soiled, joints starting, light toning, foxing, front hinge over-opened, pencil ownership signature of "Harry Sinclair," over-opened in some places, a bit of minor worming in terminal sheets. A good copy.



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    September, 2016
    15th Thursday
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