FOUR YEARS UNDER MARSE ROBERT. [General Robert E. Lee.]

Stiles, Robert, 1836-1905.

Published by New York and Washington, DC: The Neale Publishing Company [Walter Neale, Publisher], 1904.
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"Third edition eighth thousand" (as stated upon title page). i-xvi, 17-368 pages. Hardcover: H 22.25cm x L 15.25cm. Lacks dust jacket. Gray cloth with front board decorated with pictorial paste-on image of artilleryman, usual strong mottling to boards and spine, some flaking loss to spine's and front board's gilt stamping but still easily legible, spine heel bumped. Foxing and some soiling to edges; past owner's pencil signature on front free endpaper; top corners of pages 87-90, 101-102, and 213-222 creased from past fold-downs; creasing to bottom corners of page 309-318; strong foxing to rear endpaper with two short tears at center fore-edge margin of rear free endpaper; mostly light to mild foxing to other interior leaves but with a few scattered strong occurrences. Binding is firm. A good+ copy per the book's exterior cosmetics. B/w frontispiece illustration by William L. Sheppard of General Robert E. Lee astride Traveller with a tissue guard sheet. Bibliographical reference: Krick #483 NEALE BOOKS; AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY - "Stiles graduated from Yale in 1859 and joined the famed Richmond Howitzers in 1861. His perspicacious account of his war experiences is a classic Confederate book. Stiles saw most of the battles of the Army of Northern Virginia throughout the war, and was able to provide perceptive remarks on most of its prominent officers based on first hand experience. His depiction of General Richard S. Ewell in early 1864 is among the most widely quoted of his sketches. Other good passages deal with Barksdale's Mississippi Brigade and the religious revivals in the Army of Northern Virginia.". Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: FOUR YEARS UNDER MARSE ROBERT. [General ...
Publisher: New York and Washington, DC: The Neale Publishing Company [Walter Neale, Publisher], 1904.

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Stiles, Robert, 1836-1905.
Published by New York and Washington, DC: The Neale Publishing Company [Walter Neale, Publisher], 1904. (1904)
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Book Description New York and Washington, DC: The Neale Publishing Company [Walter Neale, Publisher], 1904., 1904. "Third edition eighth thousand" (as stated upon title page). i-xvi, 17-368 pages. Hardcover: H 22.25cm x L 15.25cm. Lacks dust jacket. Gray cloth with front board decorated with pictorial paste-on image of artilleryman, usual strong mottling to boards and spine, some flaking loss to spine's and front board's gilt stamping but still easily legible, spine heel bumped. Foxing and some soiling to edges; past owner's pencil signature on front free endpaper; top corners of pages 87-90, 101-102, and 213-222 creased from past fold-downs; creasing to bottom corners of page 309-318; strong foxing to rear endpaper with two short tears at center fore-edge margin of rear free endpaper; mostly light to mild foxing to other interior leaves but with a few scattered strong occurrences. Binding is firm. A good+ copy per the book's exterior cosmetics. B/w frontispiece illustration by William L. Sheppard of General Robert E. Lee astride Traveller with a tissue guard sheet. Bibliographical reference: Krick #483 NEALE BOOKS; AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY - "Stiles graduated from Yale in 1859 and joined the famed Richmond Howitzers in 1861. His perspicacious account of his war experiences is a classic Confederate book. Stiles saw most of the battles of the Army of Northern Virginia throughout the war, and was able to provide perceptive remarks on most of its prominent officers based on first hand experience. His depiction of General Richard S. Ewell in early 1864 is among the most widely quoted of his sketches. Other good passages deal with Barksdale's Mississippi Brigade and the religious revivals in the Army of Northern Virginia.". Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-08404

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