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    Thomas Nelson Page. Two Little Confederates. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1888.

    First edition. With an autograph note signed by the author to his fellow author, F. Hopkinson Smith laid-in: "For one who always lived/ in the heart of the land of/ his youth./ F. Hopkinson Smith/ from his friend/ Thos Nelson Page". Octavo. 156 pages. [8] publisher's catalog. Illustrated.

    Original pictorial blue cloth with lettering in gilt. Uniform toning to boards and spine with wear at the spine ends and corners. Gift inscription in ink on the front free endpaper. Contents slightly toned but sound. A very good copy housed in a chemise and inserted into a custom blue morocco book-backed slipcase. Parley to Penrod, page 89.

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