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Harper's Monthly December 1866 Forty-three Days In An Open Boat by Various - 1866 - from The Franklin Bookstore (SKU: 887)

Harper's Monthly December 1866 Forty-three Days In An Open Boat

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Harper's Monthly December 1866 Forty-three Days In An Open Boat

by Various

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Harpers Monthly, 1866. soft. Fair. 6.5"" X 10"". - ORIGINAL EDITION! - Publisher-Printing Location: Harper & Brothers, New York Date and Numbering: December, 1866 Volume XXXIV, Number CXCIX Size and Page Count: 6.5 ? X 10" Tall,approx. 144 pages, the back cover with advertisements and statement of Harper s New Monthly Magazine Condition: Fair, binding good, front cover has tears worn on all edges especially at spine, rear cover is missing, some staining on cover, foxing, contents are complete. Illustrations Information: 22 wood engravings ----An excellent opportunity for the collector, researcher or historian---- Articles and Information: RARE!!!! Usually found in the later bound 6 month Volume- This is the paper back individual issue published in December 1866.

This magazine contains the first appearance of Mark Twain in print in a national magazine. The article is ""Forty-three Days In An Open Boat"" pages 104-113. This predates his first book. It was published anonymously in the individual issues, and attributed to Mark Swain in the bound volumes.
Poem: Ballad of Uncle Joe -By Alice Carey
The secrets of Sable Island -By Charles Halleck A reminiscence of Sleepy Hollow -By Edmund Guilbert The burglary at Faustel Eversleigh
The work of salvation -By Caroline Chesebro' Gilbert Charles Stuart -By Mary Titcomb
Vine lane -By Wirt Sikes
Good looks The twenty-third of July -By Mary Newmarch Prescott
Jones's impudence -By W.H. Davenport The Virginians in Texas (chaps. I-III) -By William M. (William Mumford) Baker The last day on the porch -By Arthur Hastings Poem: Drifting -By N.G. Shepherd Santa Rosa of Lima -By Frank, Mrs. Leslie John Bright -By Moncure Daniel Conway John Eccleston's Thanksgiving -By Nora Perry Forty-three days in an open boat. Compiled from personal diaries -By Mark Swain(Twain) Poem: Hohenbaden -By C.C. Cox Behind the scenes -By Arthur Fleming To beginners in bookwriting -By John Home Editor's easy chair -By George William Curtis Monthly record of current events

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Bookseller
The Franklin Bookstore US (US)
Bookseller's Inventory #
887
Title
Harper's Monthly December 1866 Forty-three Days In An Open Boat
Author
Various
Format/binding
Soft
Book condition
Used - Fair
Quantity-available
1
Publisher
Harpers Monthly
Date Published
1866
Bookseller catalogs
Fiction; History;
Product_type
Periodical
Size
6.5"" X 10""

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The Franklin Bookstore began in 1996 by Robert & Ruth Lynn in Humboldt, Tennessee. Retiring from the Navy and a business career and always a history buff, Robert and Ruth opened the business of selling and dealing with rare books, magazines and newspapers. Many items were acquired from other rare books dealers from across the country. The Franklin Bookstore continues with his offspring mindful to keep the high ethical business examples that Dad established. We feel honored to be associated with such a virtual history of the printed word, inherently beautiful and fascinating artifacts of our cultural past. Every item we offer is guaranteed to be absolutely genuine and as described. A large part of the inventory is periodicals that date from the Revolutionary War to World War II.

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