Standard Editions of Popular Authors . . . FREDRIKA BREMER'S WORKS: "STRIFE & PEACE . . . " "THE H- FAMILY." " THE BONDMAID. TO WHICH IS ADDED, AXEL AND ANNA . . ." "THE HOME . . ." "A DIARY."

Bremer, Fredrika, 1801-1865.

Published by London: Ingram, Cooke, and Co., [no date, circa 1843].
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Paged as [2], 1-48, i-iv, 1-62, 1-35, [1], [4], 1-135, [1], [2], 1-83. Hardcover: H 24cm x L 15.75cm. Original brown cloth with some soiling and staining, shallow cloth loss at frayed spine ends with 1.5cm surface chip near center, some flaking and rubbing to spine's gilt stamped bars and lettering with title reading as "Bremer's Works. Strife & Peace. The H- Family. The Home. A Diary." Title page states STANDARD EDITIONS OF POPULAR AUTHORS. HISTORY, BIOGRAPHY, VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, TALES OF FICTION, ENGLISH POETRY, LYRICAL TRANSLATIONS, &C. Double-column text throughout with book actually comprised of five stories by Swedish writer Fredrika Bremer: STRIFE AND PEACE: OR, SCENES IN NORWAY (as 1-48 pages), THE H FAMILY (as i-iv, 1-62 pages), THE BONDMAID. TO WHICH IS ADDED, AXEL AND ANNA; OR, A CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN TWO STORIES OF THE SAME HOUSE (as 1-35 pages), THE HOME; OR, FAMILY CARES AND FAMILY JOYS (as [4], 1-135 pages with one quire pages 19-30 slightly pulled), and A DIARY (as [2], 1-83 pages). Late 19th century green ownership label of "D.M. Montgomery" [Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama merchant and Civil War veteran David Milton Montgomery, 1841-1899] at center of front pastedown with other pencil notations at top half of page; pencil signature of D.M. Montgomery at center of opposing front free endpaper. Light moisture staining at edges of front and rear endpapers; some light foxing throughout; splitting to paper at front and rear hinges but binding still firm. A good antiquarian copy. Rear pastedown's bottom left corner features a torn but still complete scarce mid-19th century bookseller ticket: S.H. Goetzel & Co. | Publishers, | Booksellers & Stationers | 37 | Dauphin Street, | Mobile, Ala. | Law, Medical & School Books. Sigmund Heinrich Goetzel (with silent partner and probable financial backer Bernhard L. Tine) opened his namesake bookstore at 33 Dauphin Street in 1854 and operated until 1865. Mobile renumbered its city streets in Fall 1858 and Goetzel's address thereafter changed to 37 Dauphin Street which would indicate that this book was handled by Goetzel no earlier than that Fall. Goetzel also had a circulating library business and may have dabbled in used books or, at least, in the mid-19th century equivalent of publisher remainders as he ran an advertisement in the Mobile Daily Register on September 11, 1858 announcing "5000 NOVELS!! - at - Half Price for Cash . . . perfectly new, even not cut open yet" (see Cathleen A. Baker "The Enterprising S. H. Goetzel: Antebellum and Civil War Publisher in Mobile, Alabama"). So perhaps this book with its only specified date being 1843 (on page 2 of STRIFE AND PEACE) was from among this lot. Bookseller Inventory #

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Publisher: London: Ingram, Cooke, and Co., [no date, circa 1843].

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Bremer, Fredrika, 1801-1865.
Published by London: Ingram, Cooke, and Co., [no date, circa 1843]. (1843)
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Book Description London: Ingram, Cooke, and Co., [no date, circa 1843]., 1843. Paged as [2], 1-48, i-iv, 1-62, 1-35, [1], [4], 1-135, [1], [2], 1-83. Hardcover: H 24cm x L 15.75cm. Original brown cloth with some soiling and staining, shallow cloth loss at frayed spine ends with 1.5cm surface chip near center, some flaking and rubbing to spine's gilt stamped bars and lettering with title reading as "Bremer's Works. Strife & Peace. The H- Family. The Home. A Diary." Title page states STANDARD EDITIONS OF POPULAR AUTHORS. HISTORY, BIOGRAPHY, VOYAGES AND TRAVELS, TALES OF FICTION, ENGLISH POETRY, LYRICAL TRANSLATIONS, &C. Double-column text throughout with book actually comprised of five stories by Swedish writer Fredrika Bremer: STRIFE AND PEACE: OR, SCENES IN NORWAY (as 1-48 pages), THE H FAMILY (as i-iv, 1-62 pages), THE BONDMAID. TO WHICH IS ADDED, AXEL AND ANNA; OR, A CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN TWO STORIES OF THE SAME HOUSE (as 1-35 pages), THE HOME; OR, FAMILY CARES AND FAMILY JOYS (as [4], 1-135 pages with one quire pages 19-30 slightly pulled), and A DIARY (as [2], 1-83 pages). Late 19th century green ownership label of "D.M. Montgomery" [Pleasant Ridge, Greene County, Alabama merchant and Civil War veteran David Milton Montgomery, 1841-1899] at center of front pastedown with other pencil notations at top half of page; pencil signature of D.M. Montgomery at center of opposing front free endpaper. Light moisture staining at edges of front and rear endpapers; some light foxing throughout; splitting to paper at front and rear hinges but binding still firm. A good antiquarian copy. Rear pastedown's bottom left corner features a torn but still complete scarce mid-19th century bookseller ticket: S.H. Goetzel & Co. | Publishers, | Booksellers & Stationers | 37 | Dauphin Street, | Mobile, Ala. | Law, Medical & School Books. Sigmund Heinrich Goetzel (with silent partner and probable financial backer Bernhard L. Tine) opened his namesake bookstore at 33 Dauphin Street in 1854 and operated until 1865. Mobile renumbered its city streets in Fall 1858 and Goetzel's address thereafter changed to 37 Dauphin Street which would indicate that this book was handled by Goetzel no earlier than that Fall. Goetzel also had a circulating library business and may have dabbled in used books or, at least, in the mid-19th century equivalent of publisher remainders as he ran an advertisement in the Mobile Daily Register on September 11, 1858 announcing "5000 NOVELS!! - at - Half Price for Cash . . . perfectly new, even not cut open yet" (see Cathleen A. Baker "The Enterprising S. H. Goetzel: Antebellum and Civil War Publisher in Mobile, Alabama"). So perhaps this book with its only specified date being 1843 (on page 2 of STRIFE AND PEACE) was from among this lot. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-05428

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