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Battle-Fields of the South: From Bull Run to Fredericksburgh; With Sketches of Confederate Commanders, and Gossip of the Camps by English Combatant by An English Combatant - 1st - 1984 - from First Landing Books & Art and Biblio.co.uk

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Battle-Fields of the South: From Bull Run to Fredericksburgh; With Sketches of Confederate Commanders, and Gossip of the Camps by English Combatant

by An English Combatant

Condition: As New/Not Issued


Time Life Books, 1984. Collector's Library of the Civil War. Bound in Genuine Leather with title stamped in Gilt on spine and front cover. Marbled endpapers, All edges Gilt with a red silk ribbon sewn in. This is a facsimile of the original 1st edition of 1864. 517pp As new copy. First Edition Thus 1984.. 1st. Hardcover. As New/Not Issued. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Civil War.




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