Our Young Folks An Illustrated Magazine For Boys And Girls Vol. V

Trowbridge, J. T. ; Gail Hamilton ; Lucy Larcom (Eds.)

Published by Fields, Osgood & Co., 1869
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Complete volume 5 (1869), 856 pp., contemporary quarter leather & cloth covered boards, good. Bookseller Inventory # ZB1027553

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Title: Our Young Folks An Illustrated Magazine For ...
Publisher: Fields, Osgood & Co.
Publication Date: 1869
Book Condition: Good

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Trowbridge, J. T.; Hamilton, Gail; Larcom, Lucy (editors)
Published by Ticknor and Fields, Boston, MA (1866)
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Book Description Ticknor and Fields, Boston, MA, 1866. Trade Paperback. Condition: Good. First Edition. Edge and corner wear; lightly scuffed and scratched; some foxing; some shelf wear; some chipping at the head and tail of the spine with a 1" split in the tail; overall a nice clean and collectible used vintage side sewn periodical! Very very rare and hard-to-find vintage mid 19th century periodical! Yellow wrapper with black and white illustrations and lettering. Pages number 258-319 and are nicely enhanced by black and white illustrations! Extremely scarce and collectible! (Vol. II, No. V, May, 1866) Wonderfully well-preserved for its 150+ year age! "The steamer Augusta Dinsmore came to anchor late in the evening of the 15th of February, 1863, off the entrance to Port Royal. The night was cloudy and dark; the wind northeast. There had been a gently breeze through the day, but when the sun went down the wind came up. Great waves were rolling past us, tumbling headlong upon the sand-bars. Loud the wind and ceaseless the roar of the breakers. Through the night I heard the voices of the sea, ---- solemn and fearful. Yet it was glorious to stand upon the deck, holding on to the ropes, and look out upon the ocean white with foam, ---- the steamer rolling, pitching, and tossing, as if tugging to break the great iron chain which held her. The storm-clouds were flying past, so low down that they almost touched the masts." ------- from Wandering About. Historic Incidents and Sketches Around Port Royal. The Huguenot Fort. ---- Autumn. (Vol. II, No. V, May, 1866). Size: 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. Seller Inventory # 049634

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