London: William Heinemann, 1927. Illustrated. First Edition. Tall 8vos., blue cloth, stamped in gilt. Very Good (covers nice & bright; contents clean & tight, ink name on front endpaper of Vol 1).
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NY: Worthington Co., 1889. Edited, With Notes, by Sir Walter Scott. Illustrated. First Trade Edition. 8vo., red cloth with paper spine label; 396 pages. Very Good (little wear & soil covers; contents clean & tight).
London: Gordon & Cremonesi, 1976. First Edition. 8vo., blue cloth in dust jacket; 253 pages. Very Good (covers nice; contents clean & tight); minor tears (price-clipped & light crease back flap) d/j.
New York: The Free Press, . First Edition, first printing. 8vo., black boards in dust jacket; 261 pages. Near fine (covers nice & bright; contents clean & tight); nice (little interior browning) d/j.
New York & London: W.W. Norton & Company, . First Edition, first printing. Tall 8vo., two-toned boards in dust jacket; 280 pages. Fine (covers nice; contents clean & tight); very nice d/j.
Blacksburg, Virginia: The White Rhinoceros Press, 1985. With 14 Illustrations. First Edition. A biography of T.C. McCorvey [1851-1932], a teacher, poet and historian who for 50 years was an active officer and professor at the University of Alabama. Signed on the front endpaper by Johnston: "To Edgar Poe, to put...
Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, . Illustrated. First Edition. Signed inscription from Stephenson on the front endpaper: "A remark of Lincoln's that has not appeared in print was reported by the Rev. William Barnet Wright of Cincinnati. Looking from a car window at a group of Confederate prisoners, Lincoln said `Poor...