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The Prince of Kashna: A West Indian Story

By FABENS, JOSEPH WARREN

New York: Carleton, 1866. First Edition. Wright 880 (tthe publication date was 1866; the book was copyrighted in 1865, the previous year); issued anonymously. Cloth worn; only a good copy.

$65.00

Mignonette: An Ideal Love Story by Sangree

By ALLEN, LYDIA MARGUERITE SANGREE

New York: Carleton, 1885. First Edition. Wright 86 (noting only two holdings at the dtae of Wright’s publication). Publisher’s cloth; ownership signature; very good.

$55.00

Mount Hope; or, Philip, King of the Wampanoags: An Historical Romance

By HOLLISTER, G.H

New York: Harper & Brothers, 1851. First Edition. Wright 1231. Publisher’s cloth; lacking rear free endpaper; contemporary pencil gift inscription; very good.

$35.00

Ploughed Under: The Story of A Prairie Flower. With an Introduction by Inshta Theamba (Bright Eyes)

By ANONYMOUS [WILLIAM JUSTIN HARSHA]

New York: Fords, Howard, & Hulbert, 1881. First Edition. Wright 2522. Publisher’s wrappers; small tear at the top of the title page; very good.

$100.00

And The Sword Fell

By CHILDS, CARRIE GOLDSMITH

Floral Park, New York: Mayflower Publishing, 1895. First Edition. Wright 1026. Some dampstaining, but a very good copy of a vanity publication; Wright shows only two holdings. The author’s husband founded this village, then part of Queens, operating his successful seed business there. Among other ventures, he owned a printing press.

$100.00

Life in the Hills of Kentucky

By BARTON, W.E

Oberlin, Ohio: E.J. Goodrich, 1890. First Edition. Wright 369. A very good copy.

$50.00

Graham Lodge; Or, Laura Clifford’s Life Romance

By BABCOCK, RETTA B

Chicago: Rounds & James, 1868. First Edition. Wright 170, locating only a copy at the Huntington Library of this pre-fire imprint. Aside from a few minute spots, a fine copy in publisher’s cloth.

$350.00

The Prince of Mull; or Glimpses of Royal Life

By SMITH, MRS. MARY ELLIS

Chicago: A. N. Marquis & Company, 1884. First Edition. Wright 5044, locating a single copy (at the Library of Congress). Issued anonymously; publisher’s printed wrappers, the cover of which unflatteringly depicts Albert and Victoria at tea. Very good.

$150.00

The Ruined Deacon: A True Story

By FOX, MARY L

Boston: Abner Forbes, 1847. Wright 1005. Given that Wright assigns separate entries to four editions (of which this is the third), presumably then there are differences in their contents. Publisher’s cloth; very good.

$50.00

The Old House by the River

By PRIME, WILLIAM COWPER

New York: Harper & Brothers, 1853. First Edition. Wright 1963. Good to very good. Published anonymously.

$35.00

Seven Days In A Pullman Car

By TOWNER, AUSBURN

New York: Ogilvie, 1883. First Edition. Wright #5534. Very good.

$65.00

The King of Cuba

By SHERMAN, HERBERT L

New York: F. Tennyson Neely, 1899. First Edition. Very good. Wright 4911a, “Spanish-American War.”

$75.00

Paul Dreifuss, His Holiday Abroad by John W. Allen

By LESLEY, J. PETER

Boston: George H. Ellis, 1882. First Edition. Publisher’s cloth; very good. Wright 3286, locating only two copies.

$75.00

Romance of the Table: In Three Parts: I. Breakfast, II. Dinner. III. Tea

By HOYT, J.K

New Brunswick, New Jersey: Time Publishing Co., 1872. First Edition. Wright 1291. Front hinge weak; near fine.

$100.00

A Transplanted Rose: A Story of New York Society

By SHERWOOD, MARY ELIZABETH

New York: Harper & Brothers, 1882. First Edition. Wright 499. Issued anonymously. Gift inscription; very good.

$45.00

Life in a Country Village in War Times

By HIGGINSON, E.C

Brattleboro, Vermont: Frank E. Housh, 1887. First Edition. Publisher’s wrappers; ribbon-tied; near fine. Wright 2664 (citing a single copy at the Huntington). A short story of the Civil War.

$250.00

Uncle Jerry’s Platform and Other Christmas Stories

By CARY, GILLIE [GILLIE CARY MCCABE]

Richmond, Virginia: Everett Waddey Company, 1897. Wright 3457; noting this edition, but also that it was preceded by an Arena Press (Boston) edition two years earlier. The front board is decorated in a red and green holly Christmas motif. Illustrated and largely told in black dialect.

$100.00

True to Themselves: A Psychological Study

By SKENE, ALEXANDER J.C

London & New York: F. Tennyson Neely, 1897. First Edition. Publisher’s illustrated cloth; pages yellowed; hinges broken, else very good. Not in Wright, who might have excluded it on two assumptions: the London imprint (which precedes New York on the title page, but is spurious), and the author’s Scottish origins. However, Skene practiced medicine in Brooklyn from his arrival in this country in 1863 until his death in 1900.

$125.00

The Borderland of Society

By DAVIS, CHARLES BELMONT

Chicago: Herbert S. Stone, 1898. First Edition. Wright 1405. Spine slightly cocked, else fine. Short stories, including one fantasy, “A Freak’s Midsummer Night’s Dream.”

$100.00

Halifa

By BAKER, GEORGE K

New York: Neale Publishing, 1913. First Edition. A near fine copy; presented by the publisher. A story of Egypt, illustrated with photographs.

$50.00

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