Cincinnati: Caxton Publishing House, 1868. Frontis., xvii, 13-645pp., pagination complete as published. 8vo, original maroon cloth, spine ends lightly worn and repaired, spine faded, scattered light foxing, mostly to margins, modern embossed stamp from previous owner on front flyleaf. Cincinnati: Caxton Publishing House, 1868. First Edition Author was an editor of the Southern Literary Messenger which was published in Richmond, Virginia. Civil War Books II, p. 36, " A eulogistic attempt to vindicate the motives and conduct of the Southern.....
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New York: Appleton, 1864. for proposing Amendments to the Constitution of the United States, held at Washington, D. C. , in February, A. D. 1861. 626pp. + 6pp. of publisher's ads. 8vo, original brown cloth, top and bottom of spine worn and repaired with modern cloth. Pages 339-364 chipped on the lower right corner margin. New York: D. Appleton, 1864. First Edition. The author was a member of the Peace Convention of 1861. "...the Peace Convention or Conference...on call by.....
Philadelphia: National Publishing, 1866. Frontis. portrait plus three full-page engraved plates, several letters reproduced in facsimile. 833 pages, large 8vo, brown cloth with gilt spine lettering; ink library stamp on title page, bookplate inside front cover, covers rubbed, worn, with repairs to spine ends and hinges. Philadelphia: National Publishing Company, (1866). Text clean, tight, a very good copy despite wear to covers.
Norwalk: Easton. 9 color plates of soldiers in uniforms. 6 b/w plates of badges, chevrons, and buttons. 5pp. of text. Folio, full brown leather with paper label on front cover, light browning to front and back inner hinges. Norwalk: Easton Press, n.d., circa 1995. Very good A facsimile of the Richmond, 1861 edition in the Library of Congress.
New York: Belford Company, 1890. A Memoir by His Wife. folding maps, plates, portraits. 2 Vols. Thick 8vo, original brown cloth, scattered foxing in volume II, mostly in margin, new endpapers in both volumes, otherwise very good. New York: Belford Company, (1890). First Edition. A tight, bright set. "A...sentimentalized account, including parts which Davis dictated before his death." Civil War Books II, p. 51.