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My Days and Nights on the Battle-Field; A Book for Boys. By "Carleton."

by Coffin, Charles Carleton

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1864 My Days and Nights on the Battle-Field; A Book for Boys. By "Carleton." second edition ststed, dated 1864 on the title page. a nicely preserved example of this classic. Brown cloth bds, blindstamped decorations, gilt illustrrated & titled spine. . Second Edition.


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