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image of AN HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF THE CAMPAIGN IN THE NETHERLANDS, IN 1815, UNDER HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON, AND MARSHAL PRINCE BLUCHER, COMPRISING THE BATTLES OF LIGNY, QUATRE BRAS, AND WATERLOO; with a Detailed Narrative of the Political Events Connected....

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London: Henry Colburn, 1817. Half Leather. Fair binding. Quarto. xx, 368 pp, color plates. First edition. Backed in crushed morocco with corners and marbled paper over boards. Boards detached, spine is detached but present. Containing 27 of 28 plates and with both maps; lacking one plate ("The ruins of the village of Ligny"), else complete. This copy contains… Read more
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image of Uncorrected Proof] AN END TO VALOR: THE LAST DAYS OF THE CIVIL WAR

Uncorrected Proof] AN END TO VALOR: THE LAST DAYS OF THE CIVIL WAR

by Stern, Philip Van Doren

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Michael Pyron, Bookseller, ABAA
Published
1958
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Good binding
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$75.00

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Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1958. Comb Binding. Good binding. Uncorrected galley proof. As issued, comb-bound; printed on the recto of each leaf; no illustrations, maps or bibliography are present (a pencil note on the title label on the front cover mentions this lack. Paper covers are soiled, but the contents are clean. An uncommon proof copy of a… Read more
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image of THE CONFEDERATE STATES RAM, MERRIMAC OR VIRGINIA: The History of her Plan and Construction, and her Engagements with the United States Fleet, March 8 an 9, 1862

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Richmond: Heritage Press, 1907. Stapled Pamphlet. near Very Good binding. 12mo. 34, [2 (blank)] pp. First edition, thus; offprint from Southern Historical Society Papers. Stapled into printed, stiff wrappers. Covers are shelfwear with some closed tears and light chipping; staples have rusted; contents are clean. This edition printed after Newton's death, this copy is inscribed by his wife,… Read more
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CONFEDERATE MILITARY HOSPITALS IN RICHMOND

by Waitt, Jr., Robert W.

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Published
1979
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Very Good binding
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$25.00

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Richmond: Richmond Independence Bicentennial Commission, 1979. Soft Cover. Very Good binding. Octavo. 40 pp. Reprint. Stapled into stiff, printed wrappers. Covers are a trifle soiled and sunned, but largely a solid, clean copy. One previous owner note inside the back cover suggests it "contains inaccuracies," though what those inaccuracies are is left to the reader. An impressive… Read more
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image of PUBLICATIONS OF THE VIRGINIA WAR HISTORY COMMISSION, SOURCE VOL. V: Virginia Military Organizations in the World War; With Supplement of Distinguished Service

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Richmond: Virginia War History Commission, 1927. Hard Cover. Very Good binding. Octavo. xx, 506 pp. First edition. In publisher tan cloth with title in gold on the front cover and the spine. Binding is a trifle soiled and the spine a bit darkened; few of the preliminary leaves have gentle crease where the must have been folded… Read more
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$45.00
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MEMOIRS OF SERVICE AFLOAT, DURING THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES

by Semmes, Raphael

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Published
1869
Condition
Fair binding
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$60.00

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Baltimore: Kelly, Piet & Co, 1869. Hard Cover. Fair binding. Octavo. [2], vii, xi-833, [1], [4 (publisher ads)] pp., frontis, plates. First American edition. In publisher's pebbled cloth. Covers are quite worn with a long tear in the binding cloth at the back joint; extremities frayed; contents variously foxed and toned. Frontispiece portrait as well as to steel… Read more
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image of GUNNER WITH STONEWALL: REMINISCENCES OF WILLIAM THOMAS POAGUE,  A Memoir Written for his Children in 1903

GUNNER WITH STONEWALL: REMINISCENCES OF WILLIAM THOMAS POAGUE, A Memoir Written for his Children in 1903

by Poague, William Thomas | edited by Monroe F. Cockrell; introduction by Bell Irvin Wiley

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Michael Pyron, Bookseller, ABAA
Published
1957
Condition
Very Good binding
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$50.00

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Jackson, TN: McCowat-Mercer Press, 1957. Hard Cover. Very Good binding/Very Good dust jacket. Octavo. xxiv, 181 pp., plates, map. First edition, signed and inscribed by Cockrel. Full cloth in dust jacket. A clean, bright copy with light shelfwear; a bit foxing to the dust jacket as well as to the textblock edges; bookseller's ticket on the front pastedown;… Read more
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DESTRUCTION AND RECONSTRUCTION: PERSONAL EXPERIENCES OF THE LATE WAR

by Taylor, Richard

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Published
1879
Condition
Good+ binding
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$95.00

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New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1879. Hard Cover. Good+ binding. Octavo. 274, [6 (publisher's ads)] pp. First edition. As issued, in brown cloth with title in gold on the spine. Spine ends and corners frayed; covers are generally rubbed. Binding is solid. Contemporary owner stamp on the front pastedown and title page; same faint owner name and… Read more
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image of THE AIR ARM OF THE CONFEDERACY: A History of Origins and Usages of War Balloons by the Southern Armies during the American Civil War

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Richmond: Richmond Civil War Centennial Committee, 1963. Stapled Pamphlet. Very Good binding. Octavo. 48 pp. First edition. Stiff, stapled wrappers. Contents clean; light toning to the covers; a very nice copy of an interesting study.
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EIGHT HOURS BEFORE RICHMOND

by Jones, Virgil Carrington | introduction by Robert Selph Henry

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Published
1957
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Very Good+ binding
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$30.00

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New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1957. Hard Cover. Very Good+ binding/Very Good dust jacket. Octavo. xii, 180 pp. First edition, signed and inscribed by Jones. In publisher's black cloth with dust jacket. A fairly bright copy but for some toning to the textblock edges; dust jacket is a trifle shelfworn, but presents well; price intact on the… Read more
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image of CONFEDERATE IMPRINTS IN THE HENRY E. HUNTINGTON LIBRARY: UNRECORDED IN PREVIOUS BIBLIOGRAPHIES OF SUCH MATERIAL

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Chicago: Reprinted from Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 1930. Original Wrappers. Very Good binding. Octavo. 17-109 pp. Off-print. As issued in printed wrappers. Light wear to the extremities of the wrappers; contents are clean; a presentable copy.
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image of NOTES ON THE REBEL INVASION OF MARYLAND AND PENNSYLVANIA AND THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG, JULY 1st, 2d and 3d, 1863; Accompanied by an Explanatory Map

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Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1864. Hard Cover. Good+ binding. 12mo. 47 pp., folding map. First edition. As issued, in publisher's ribbed cloth with title in gold on the front cover; large folding map frontispiece. Little loss to the cloth at the head of spine, otherwise, the binding is solid with limited shelfwear; previous owner name, "Crittenden"… Read more
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BATTLES OF FREDERICKSBURG AND CHANCELLORSVILLE, VIRGINIA

by Fleming, V. M.

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Published
1921
Condition
Good binding
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$125.00

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Richmond: W. C. Hill Printing Company, 1921. Stapled Pamphlet. Good binding. Octavo. 30, [2 (blank)] pp. First edition. Stamped into stiff, printed wrappers. Large closed tear to the fore-edge of the front wrappers; evidence of insect predation to the top margin of the last half of the textblock. "Fredericksburg, VA" stamp below the author's name on the front… Read more
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HISTORY OF MORGAN'S CAVALRY

by Duke, Basil W.

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Published
1867
Condition
Good+ binding
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$200.00

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Cincinnati: Miami Printing and Publishing Company, 1867. Hard Cover. Good+ binding. Octavo. 578 pp., frontis. First edition, inscribed by the author. In publisher's pebbled cloth with title in gold on the spine. Binding is generally shelfworn and soiled, but it remains a solid copy; light but pervasive foxing; an indifferent copy. In addition to an ink inscription on… Read more
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image of MEMORIAL, VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE. BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF THE GRADUATES AND ELEVES OF THE VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE WHO FELL DURING THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES

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Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1875. Hard Cover. near Very Good binding. Octavo. 585 pp. First edition. As issued in green cloth. Peculiar white soiling to both covers; light rubbing and fraying to the spine ends and corners; textblock edges are generally dusted; contents clean but for some offsetting from a newsprint page marker at one opening.… Read more
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CONFEDERATE LETTERS OF JOHN W. HAGAN

by Hagan, John W. | edited by Bell Irvin Wiley

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Published
1954
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Good binding
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$15.00

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Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1954. Soft Cover. Good binding. Octavo. [6], 55, [1 (blank)] pp. First edition. Printed wrappers. Wrappers are heavily toned on a portion of the front cover and some moderate to heavy foxing to the preliminaries, otherwise, a Very Good copy or better; contents clean.
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image of Cover Title | REMINISCENCES OF HIS CAPTURE AND ESCAPE FROM PRISON AND ADVENTURES WITHIN THE FEDERAL LINES by a Member of Mosby's Command, with a Narrative by a C. S. Naval Officer

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Richmond: Daniel Murphy, 1895. Original Wrappers. Good+ binding. Octavo. [2], 48 pp. First edition. In printed wrapper; title and imprint on the front cover. Both original wrappers are largely complete with 1/2" strip of loss near the spine and chipping at the extremities, but both have been backed in sympathetically colored paper; front wrapper has a notable… Read more
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image of Confederate Imprint] JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES OF THE STATE OF VIRGINIA, FOR THE CALLED SESSION OF 1863 [with] ... SESSION OF 1863-64

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Richmond: William F. Ritchie, 1863. Hard Cover. Good+ binding. Octavo. 222, [2 (blank)], xvii, 278, xxiv pp. Confederate imprint. Backed in coarse cotton with paper over boards, printed paper title label on the spine. Both Journals include the accompanying message from Virginia Governor Letcher. Binding is rubbed and soiled, but largely solid; contents are toned throughout, else, clean.… Read more
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image of Confederate Imprint] JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES OF THE STATE OF VIRGINIA, FOR THE SESSION OF 1861-62 [with] ... EXTRA SESSION, 1862

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Richmond: William F. Ritchie, 1861, 1862. Quarter Leather. Good+ binding. Octavo. 382 (inserted errata leaf after 356), xxiv, 73, [1 (blank)], xiii pp. Confederate imprint. Backed in contemporary sheep with marbled paper over boards, both Journals include the accompanying message from Virginia Governor Letcher. Binding is somewhat rubbed and soiled, but largely solid; contents are toned throughout, else,… Read more
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image of Confederate Imprint] ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF VIRGINIA, PASSED AT CALLED 1862, IN THE EIGHTY-SEVENTH YEAR OF THE COMMONWEALTH [with] ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF VIRGINIA, PASSED AT ADJOURNED SESSION, 1863, IN THE EIGHTY-SEVENTH YEAR OF THE COMMONWEALTH [with] THE NEW CONSTITUTION OF VIRGINIA, WITH THE AMENDED BILL OF RIGHTS, AS ADOPTED BY THE REFORM CONVENTION OF 1850-51, AND AMENDED BY THE CONVENTION OF 1860-61.

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Richmond: William F. Ritchie, 1862, 1863. Hard Cover. Good+ binding. Octavo. 36, 154, 29 pp. Confederate imprint. As issued, backed in tan cloth with paper over boards; pritned paper title label on the spine. Binding is generally rubbed and soiled, but solid; foxing and toning to varying degrees throughout the text, else clean. Parrish & Willingham 4387, 4388,… Read more
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