Harper's Monthly December 1866 Forty-three Days In An Open Boat Soft - 1866
by Mark Twain , 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 SikesGood looks The twenty-third of July -By Mary Newmarch PrescottJones'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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- Title Harper's Monthly December 1866 Forty-three Days In An Open Boat
- Author Mark Twain , Various
- Binding soft
- Condition Fair
- Publisher Harpers Monthly
- Date 1866
- Bookseller's Inventory # 887