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PHILIP WINWOOD; A SKETCH OF THE DOMESTIC HISTORY OF AN AMERICAN CAPTAIN IN THE WAR OF INDEPENDENCE. Written by his Enemy in War, Herbert Russell. Presented anew by Robert Neilson Stephens, Illustrated by E.W.D. Hamilton.

by Stephens, Robert Neilson

Condition: Very Good

American News, New York: ., 1900 pp. 412. 8vo. 200 mm. Original publishers pictorial cloth binding in green, red and black. All plates and frontis present. Spine slightly faded. Hardbound. Very good. NW65. Hardcover. Very Good.


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