The Coronal or Tales and Pencilings in Poetry and Prose

Sigourney, Mrs. L. H.

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First Edition. 1850. Cover well worn, corners bumped and nicked, fraying, tearing along the spine, foxing. Name penned inside. Musty oder. Inside pages are ok. No DJ. Little book. We have 1.5 million books to choose from -- Ship within 48 hours -- Satisfaction Guaranteed!. Bookseller Inventory #

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Publisher: Thomas Nelson
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Sigourney, Mrs. L. H.
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Book Description London: Thomas Nelson, 1850. Book Condition: GOOD. 1850. RARE. Sigourney's preface dated 1848. First UK Edition. Red cloth hardcover. Decorative blind stamping as background to ornate gilt covering spine and center of front cover. Bright gilt to page edges all round. Frontispieces face each other, very ornate gilt and colored scenes ladies and nature. Frontispieces lithographed by J. Ramage of Edinburgh. Two b/w etchings. Jefferson's Ten Practical Rules of Life pasted to front pastedown. Other charming time pieces of a similar nature pasted to rear pastedown. 237pp. Ads. Poetry and prose. Contents are as follows: Mary Rice, Sleeping Infant Watched by a Dog, The Friends of Man, Thoughts Among the Trees, Orramell: The Forest Maiden, Niagara, "What Then?" Woman's Mission, The Plow and the Sword, The Elm Trees, Death of an Infant, The Bubble, The Christian Maid of Athens, A Cottage Scene, The Coral Insect, The Widow at Her Daughter's Bridal, The Reverse, The Lost Children, The Widow and Her Son, and Ethelbert of England and the Good Queen Bertha. First American woman to make a successful career of literature. Lydia H. Sigourney was born in Connecticut in 1791. She opened two schools for young women there, offering a curriculum of advanced studies. She published over 50 titles. GOOD for age. Spine tips worn. Other extremities minor wear. Child's scribble in pen to three pages. Text clean. Minor splash mark to a few pages. Bookseller Inventory # 16846

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Sigourney Mrs. L. H
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Book Description Thomas Nelson, 1850. hard. Book Condition: Acceptable. First Edition. London: Thomas Nelson. Acceptable for age. Spine tips worn. Other extremities minor wear.Scuffing on cover. Pages a little grubby. 1850. RARE. Sigourney's preface dated 1848. First UK Edition. Red cloth hardcover. Ornate but faded Gilt samptings to cover and spine. Gilt to page edges all round. Frontispieces face each other, very ornate gilt and colored scenes ladies and nature. Frontispieces lithographed by J. Ramage of Edinburgh. Two b/w etchings. Your purchase to benefit literacy programs for Phoenix Public Library. Bookseller Inventory # mon0001086624

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Book Description Thomas Nelson Ltd., London, 1849. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Issued without jacket. 1st Edition. Has an 1849 copyright date (earlier than others listed as first editions) A very good copy published in dark green blind stamped boards with gilt lettering and spine decorations. Has a dated gift inscription on inside front cover. Has 237 pages of prose and poetry plus 6 pages of other books available from Thomas Nelson. See the ABE images for best description. Contains the following: Mary Rice, Sleeping Infant Watched by a Dog, The Friends of Man, Thoughts Among the Trees, Orramell: The Forest Maiden, Niagara, "What Then?" Woman's Mission, The Plow and the Sword, The Elm Trees, Death of an Infant, The Bubble, The Christian Maid of Athens, A Cottage Scene, The Coral Insect, The Widow at Her Daughter's Bridal, The Reverse, The Lost Children, The Widow and Her Son, and Ethelbert of England and the Good Queen Bertha. Bookseller Inventory # C0400

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