THE CAREER OF THE IRON-CLAD VIRGINIA (FORMERLY THE MERRIMAC), CONFEDERATE STATES NAVY, MARCH-MAY, 1862. BY DINWIDDIE BRAZIER PHILLIPS, LATE SURGEON, CONFEDERATE STATES NAVY. With: MEMORIAL OF THE FEDERAL PRISON ON JOHNSON’S ISLAND, LAKE ERIE, OHIO, CONTAINING A LIST OF PRISONERS OF WAR FROM THE CONFEDERATE STATES ARMY, AND OF THE DEATHS AMONG THEM, WITH ‘PRISON LAYS’ BY DISTINGUISHED OFFICERS, ILLUSTRATED WITH SKETCH OF THE PRISON. With: LIST OF OFFICERS AND MEN OF THE CAVALRY BRIGADE OF BRIGADIER GENERAL R.L.T. BEALE, CONFEDERATE STATES ARMY, SURRENDERED AT APPOMATTOX COURT-HOUSE, VIRGINIA.

Dinwiddie Brazier Phillips

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374pp. First edition. Original cloth and paper spine label, which is unobjectionably chipped. Pagination for the Civil War-related items, respectively, as follows: pp.193-233, pp.234-349, 350-374. Other articles are: ‘The Fourth Charter Of The Royal African Company Of England,’ ‘Communication From Gov. Francis Nicholson Of Virginia, To The British Lords Of Trade, Concerning The Huguenot Settlement,’ ‘Papers, Military And Political, Of George Gilmer, M.D.,’ and ‘Orderly Book Of The Company Capt. George Stubblefield, Fifth Virginia Regiment, March 3, 1776, to July 10, 1776.’. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: THE CAREER OF THE IRON-CLAD VIRGINIA (...
Publisher: Richmond: Virginia Historical Society
Publication Date: 1887
Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Very Good

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Book Description Richmond: Virginia Historical Society, 1887. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. 374pp. First edition. Original cloth and paper spine label, which is unobjectionably chipped. Pagination for the Civil War-related items, respectively, as follows: pp.193-233, pp.234-349, 350-374. Other articles are: ‘The Fourth Charter Of The Royal African Company Of England,’ ‘Communication From Gov. Francis Nicholson Of Virginia, To The British Lords Of Trade, Concerning The Huguenot Settlement,’ ‘Papers, Military And Political, Of George Gilmer, M.D.,’ and ‘Orderly Book Of The Company Capt. George Stubblefield, Fifth Virginia Regiment, March 3, 1776, to July 10, 1776. Bookseller Inventory # 0024

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