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Georgetown: J. M. Carter, 1814. 279pp. + 1 page index. 12mo, contemporary calf, bottom of spine worn, corners bumped and worn, calf lightly soiled, light browning to most pages with some pages also foxed in margins, dampstaining to some margins. Georgetown, (District of) Columbia: J. M. Carter, 1814. "John Taylor was one of America's greatest disciples and philosophers of agrarian liberalism. He was the champion of local democracy and one of the first and clearest spokesman of state rights...A farmer.....
Boston: Nichols and Noyes, 1865. A Record of College, Field, and Prison. 5 plates. 331pp. 12mo, original brown cloth, cloth lightly soiled, edges of corners lightly worn, margin of Frontis. foxed. Boston: Nichols and Noyes, 1865. First Edition. Henry Ward Camp fought at Charleston and Columbia, South Carolina. He became a prisoner in Libby Prison. After his release he fought at Petersburg and Richmond, Virginia.
Richmond: West & Johnston, 1862. Originally published in 1836, now republished and edited by Thomas A. Ware. iii-viii, 220pp. + 4pp. of publisher's ads. 8vo, pr. wrs. Richmond: West & Johnston, 1862. First Confederate Edition. Lacks the title page. Title page information also printed on the front wrapper including publisher and date. Spine worn. Moderately dampstained throughout. Text moderately browned on many pages. First 52 pages chipped on bottom margin, front wrapper chipped, back wrapper with many wormholes. Nathaniel Beverley.....
Washington: Men of Mark Publishing, 1906. Many fine photo-steel engraved portraits. 5 volumes. 8vo, 3/4 contemporary maroon morocco, spines with elaborate gilt decoration, margins uncut. Washington: Men of Mark Publishing, 1906-1909. First Edition. Very good Each biography is several pages. Many of the biographies contain genealogical information on the ancestors of each man profiled. The editor, Lyon Gardiner Tyler, was President of the College of William and Mary and son of United States President John Tyler.
Burlington: Free Press Association, 1869. 191pp. 12mo, modern 3/4 brown morocco, lacking all 3 maps. boards and edges of corners rubbed, otherwise very good. Burlington: Free Press Association, 1869. First Edition. The Vermont Brigade was formed in 1862 and consisted of the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th regiments of the Vermont Infantry Volunteers. Author was a battalion commander in the 11th regiment which joined the Vermont Brigade in 1864.