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Letters from the Aegean.

Tennent, James Emerson, Sir.

Published by J. & J. Harper, 1829
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First U.S. edition, in an uncut copy in the original publisher?s binding. Emerson, who added the Tennent surname in 1831 and was knighted in 1845, here describes his travels through Greece and Turkey in ?characteristic sketches of manners and scenery? (p. iii); a great supporter of Greek independence, he considered the present work more ?picturesque than political? (ibid.). The six pages of advertisements offer multiple reviews of the Harper works listed, not just publication information! Provenance: Front free endpaper with ex libris inscription initialed ?GRW?: William [Guillelmus] R. Whittingham, Bishop of Baltimore. 8vo (23.8 cm, 9.4"). [6 (adv.)], x, [25]?248 pp. Shoemaker 40623; NSTC 2E8969. Publisher?s quarter cloth and paper-covered sides, spine with printed paper label; binding faded and worn, spine label chipped and darkened, rear hinge cracked but binding solid. Front pastedown with institutional rubber-stamp, no other markings; pages untrimmed, and foxed throughout. Bookseller Inventory # 20260

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Title: Letters from the Aegean.

Publisher: J. & J. Harper

Publication Date: 1829

Edition: 1st Edition

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