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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1903. First American Edition . Hardcover. [xii], 386 pp + 32 pp. publisher's catalogue. Light blue cloth, stamped in black, white, red and gold on illustrated spine and front board, all edges blue. With 12 plates including frontispiece by Wal Paget and 5 plans. A little rubbed at the bottom of the spine and bottom corners, Very Good.
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- Lippincott Books (US)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- Under Wellington's Command. A Tale of the Peninsular War
- Henty, G.A
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- First American Edition
- Charles Scribner's Sons
- Place of Publication
- New York
- Date published
- Historical Fiction
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