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London: John Murray, 1849. viii, 332pp. 12mo, 20th century 3/4 black morocco, edge of back board rubbed, otherwise very good. London: John Murray, 1849 "Contains valuable accounts of pioneer life; the Indians, mines, beaver and buffalo hunting, etc. Describes the author's journey through Texas, New Mexico...down the Missouri to St. Louis..." Eberstadt 114:890. Wagner-Camp 139:3. Howes R-553.
Arrow Rock: Privately Printed, 1844. Revised & corrected by Ferdinando Stith. 216pp. Short 8vo, original calf (quite worn but holding; most of leather of spine lacking, dampstain in lower gutter; several pages dog-eared). Arrow Rock [Missouri]: Published by the author, 1844. A poor but usable copy. First edition of the first medical book printed in English west of the Mississippi River. An early exponent of the value of quinine for the treatment of malaria, and finding the drug unavailable in.....
Seattle: Seattle Art Museum, 1976. Numerous Illus. 2 Vols. Thin, small, square 8vo, pictorial wrs., publisher's board slipcase. Seattle Art Museum, (1976). Very good Volume One: A Voyage of Discovery. Volume Two: A Contemporary Photo Essay. Exhibition catalogues. A fine set in a lightly soiled slipcase.