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    [Edmund T. Flagg]. The Far West, or, A Tour Beyond the Mountains.... In Two Volumes. [First volume only]. New-York: Harper & Brothers, 1838. Twelvemo. [Volume I only]. xvi, [13]-263 pages. Pebbled cloth with paper title label on spine. Color faded and dampstained, edge and corner bumps, spine ends with small cloth tears, paper spine label rubbed and chipped. Front hinge cracked. Stains, tears, paper lifts, and holograph notes on endpapers. Library ink stamp on title page. Pages foxed throughout, edge wear, creases, and corner bends. Occasional stains. A very good reading copy.
    "Extensive travels, by an Ohio journalist, through Missouri and Illinois." - Howes F169.

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    13th Monday
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