The Indian Princess; or, La Belle Sauvage. An Operatic Melodrame.
74 pages. Presumed early 20th century binding. Gilt rules at leather edges. Gilt rules and lettering on spine. Marbled endpapers. Condition of covers is fine.Content is toned else fine, complete and tight.Title page bears old library stamp and the following inked inscription: "Brooklyn Park Theatre Sept 14, 1863 opening of the theatre [signed] Gabriel Harrison Manage." The story of Pocahontas. Possibly the first dramaa about Native Americans by an American playwright. Images available on request. Size: 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 005645
Title: The Indian Princess; or, La Belle Sauvage. ...
Publisher: Printed By T. & G. Palmer for G. E. Blake, Philadelphia
Publication Date: 1808
Binding: 3/4 Lea Oer Marble Pap Cov Bds
Book Condition: Good Plus
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket (as issued)
Edition: First Edition
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