BY CONDUCT AND COURAGE: A Story of Nelson's Days.
by Henty, G. A
- Good overall in illustrated green boards, with gilt, black, red and white. Bookplate, rear hinge broken and binding somewhat sha
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- BY CONDUCT AND COURAGE: A Story of Nelson's Days.
- Henty, G. A
- Book condition
- Used - Good overall in illustrated green boards, with gilt, black, red and white. Bookplate, rear hinge broken and binding somewhat sha
- Charles Scribner's Sons,
- Place of Publication
- New York:
- Date published
- historical fiction,
- Bookseller catalogs
- Juvenile Series;
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