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London: Bensley, 1808. 12 copperplate engravings of scenes from Nelson's life and career, 2 illustrations of his funeral procession and coffin, and a facsimile of a letter from Nelson to Thomas Lloyd. 100 pages with wide margins, tall slim 4to, full leather with gilt decorated edges, re-backed in plain brown cloth; minor and scattered foxing, small ink inscription on dedication page, covers quite worn but still sound and handsome. London: Printed by T. Bensley, Bolt Court, 1808. A very good.....
illustrated. 6 volumes. 4to, original printed wrappers; all spines lightly browned, some lightly soiled, otherwise very good. Washington: GPO, (1961-1966). Written by the Naval History Division, Navy Department. Vols. I-V cover the period of the Civil War. Volume VI contains Special Studies and the Cumulative Index.
Washington: Government Printinng Office, 1864. 2 illustrations, one folding. 1259pp., very thick 8vo, full contemporary calf, leather labels. Washington: GPO, 1864. First Edition. Very good. Naval documents for the year, 1864, including the Union blockade. 38th Congress, 2d Session, House of Rep., Ex. Doc., No. 1.
Washington: Government Printing Office, 1964. Illus. 1451pp. Thick 8vo, blue cloth, lightly soiled, corners bumped. Washington: (Government Printing Office), 1964. Volume covers the American theatre: Dec. 1, 1774-Sept. 2, 1775 and the European theatre: Dec. 6, 1774-Aug. 9, 1775. A tight, bright copy.
New York: Doran, 1919. Thick 8vo, brown cloth backed beige boards with paper labels on spine and front cover, tattered d.w. New York" George H. Doran, (1919). First Edition. A very good(+) copy in a poor dust wrapper. Long inscription by the author on the front endpaper dated May, 1919. There is a vertical offprint, also on the fly-leaf from an early newspaper article describing the book. Daniels was the first Secretary of the Navy to Sponsor naval aviation...