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    Two Civil War Period Printings:

    John Lathrop Motley, The Causes of the American Civil War. New York: D. Appleton & Company. 1861. 8vo. (5.75" x 8.75"). 24 pages. With later boards. This is a reprint of a letter to the London Times outlining the differences between the North and South. Title and last page have heavy toning, but interior pages are clean.

    Speech of Hon. M. F. Conway, of Kansas. Delivered in the House of Representatives, Thursday, December 12, 1861. Washington D.C.: Scammell & Co., Printers. 1861. 8vo. (6" x 9.5"). 14 pages, uncut. Bound with the original wrapper transmitting speech to Edward Nash of New York. With light scattered foxing, and rough edges. In later boards.

    From the Estate of Malcolm S. Forbes.



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    17th Friday
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