MACARIA.

Evans, Augusta J. [Augusta Jane Evans Wilson], 1835-1909.

Published by New York: Carleton, Publisher, 1866.
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Early reprint (first published 1864). 469, [1], 8 pages. Hardcover: H 19cm x L 12.75cm. Original brown pebbled cloth mildly soiled, some rubbing and light staining to boards with corners bumped, spine ends slightly bumped and frayed, some rubbing to spine's gilt stamped bars near ends but with gilt lettering and publisher's logo still fairly bright. Staining to text block edges. Light blue endpapers. Ink signatures of Chas. A. Irvine/C.A. Irvine at top of front free endpaper and front flyleaf respectively and both dated for Jan 3, 1870; vertical creases to rear flyleaf and endpaper; mostly light foxing to interior leaves but with a few moderate occurrences too. Scarce late 19th century Natchez, Mississippi oval bookseller blindstamp on front free endpaper: "Kennedy & Cockrell | Books Papers | And Magazines | Main St. | Natchez, Miss." Binding is firm. A very good- copy. Charles A. Irvine (1848-?) was the eighth of ten children of Adams County, Mississippi residents Walter G. Irvine and Sarah Catherine Weeks (daughter of architect Levi Weeks) who purchased the famous Natchez mansion The Briars (built between 1812-1814) in 1853 from the Howell family. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: MACARIA.
Publisher: New York: Carleton, Publisher, 1866.

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Evans, Augusta J. [Augusta Jane Evans Wilson], 1835-1909.
Published by New York: Carleton, Publisher, 1866. (1866)
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Book Description New York: Carleton, Publisher, 1866., 1866. Early reprint (first published 1864). 469, [1], 8 pages. Hardcover: H 19cm x L 12.75cm. Original brown pebbled cloth mildly soiled, some rubbing and light staining to boards with corners bumped, spine ends slightly bumped and frayed, some rubbing to spine's gilt stamped bars near ends but with gilt lettering and publisher's logo still fairly bright. Staining to text block edges. Light blue endpapers. Ink signatures of Chas. A. Irvine/C.A. Irvine at top of front free endpaper and front flyleaf respectively and both dated for Jan 3, 1870; vertical creases to rear flyleaf and endpaper; mostly light foxing to interior leaves but with a few moderate occurrences too. Scarce late 19th century Natchez, Mississippi oval bookseller blindstamp on front free endpaper: "Kennedy & Cockrell | Books Papers | And Magazines | Main St. | Natchez, Miss." Binding is firm. A very good- copy. Charles A. Irvine (1848-?) was the eighth of ten children of Adams County, Mississippi residents Walter G. Irvine and Sarah Catherine Weeks (daughter of architect Levi Weeks) who purchased the famous Natchez mansion The Briars (built between 1812-1814) in 1853 from the Howell family. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-05490

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