DescriptionSingle Volume Containing Six Mid-Nineteenth Century Novels. Most are first American editions of British novels. Many illustrated. One lacking title page, some additional leaves lacking throughout. Contemporary calf binding with gilt titles at spine stating "Novels/DM. Wyer." Boards heavily rubbed and edgeworn. Toning. Very good.
Included novels are:
Charles James Lever. Roland Cashel
James Rymer Jane Shore, or The Goldsmith's Wife. New York: Stringer & Townsend, 1849.
(Author unknown).The Ocean Child. New York: Burgess, Stringer, 1847.
Ellen Pickering. Ellen Wareham; or, Love and Duty. Philadelphia: T.B. Peterson, [n.d.]
Douglas Jerrold. A Man Made of Money. New York: Lockwood, 1849. Second edition.
(Author Unknown) Caroline Tracy; The Spring Street Milliner's Apprentice. New York: Stearns, 1849.
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