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London: John Stockdale, 1810. Illustrated by a series of 70 hand colored line and stipple engraved plates by J. Dudley. Second title page in French, and descriptions in French and English with the English on the recto and French on the verso. Folio, full contemporary straight grained green morocco, recased, ornately stamped in gilt & blind, a.e.g. London: Printed for John Stockdale. 1810. Very good (+). The plates are dated 1803, and are in fine, clean condition.
London: Studio Editions, 1988. Foreword by Lord Maclehose of Beoch. 109 color plates, reproduced from the engravings of William Alexander and George Henry Mason. 223pp., 4to, cloth, d.w.; lower edge of rear cover dented near the spine, dust wrapper lightly worn at head of spine. London: Studio Editions, (1988). A very good (+) copy in a very good dust wrapper.
London: Studio Editions, 1988. Foreword by Lord Maclehose of Beoch. 109 color plates, reproduced from the engravings of William Alexander and George Henry Mason. 223 pages, folio, brown cloth (small tear at top front hinge), dust wrapper (front panel of dust wrapper crumpled at top edge) London: Studio Editions, (1988). A very good copy in a good dust wrapper. Remainder mark, bottom edge.
With an Appendix, Containing Copies of the Most Important Documents Referred to in the Argument. 184, xxvii. Bound with: A Review of the Letter addressed by William Alexander Duer to Cadwallader Colden. 27pp. 2 vols in one. 8vo, disbound; (foxing throughout). Albany: E. Horsford, 1819. Unsigned presentation copy. Author was elected to the state assembly in 1814. "He was also chairman of the committee that drafted the law investing Livingston and Fulton with navigation rights in the Hudson River, and.....
New York: Macmillan, 1902. 6 plates. xxv, 637pp. + 2pp. of publisher's ads. 8vo, original blue cloth, corners bumped, some pages are lightly creased in upper right corner margins. New York: Macmillan, 1902. "His (Linn's) most ambitious literary work, The Story of the Mormons...was the first to make use of the extensive Helen Gould Collection of materials on the Mormon Church." Dictionary of American Biography Vol. XI, p. 283. Flake 4944. Howes L-366.