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Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1957. With a Pictorial Survey by Frances Benjamin Johnston. Frontis., numerous black and white photo illustrations, 292pp., Folio, two-toned cloth, cloth lightly soiled, light foxing to margins of half-title and title-page. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1957.
New York: Harper, 1865. Large color folding map, black & white wood engravings. 408 pages. Small 8vo, original purple cloth, gold emblem on front cover, spine ends lightly worn. New York: Harper, 1865. First Edition. Very good(+). Author was aide-de-camp to General Sherman. "Better known as a prolific postwar novelist, Nichols first gained fame with this dramatic but opinionated memoir." CWB I, p. 137. Coulter 342.
London: Dring & Starkey, 1666. In Two Books. The First Containing the Natural; The Second, the Moral History of those Islands... With a 10 page Caribbian-Vocabulary. Rendred into English by John Davies of Kidwelly. 9 copper engraved plates. (6), 351, (14) pages. Slim 4to, full mottled calf, blind stamped decorations and red and green leather spine labels, marbled edges. First issue of the first English edition. London: Thomas Dring and John Starkey, 1666. A near fine copy with slight off.....