Good. 1965 Hardcover port. xix, 429 p. Former Library book. "Reprinted from the 1927 edition; first published in 1890." Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Your purchase benefits world literacy!
Introduction by Charles A. Beard. (American Classics. ) NY: Frederick Ungar, 1965 (reprinted from the 1927 edition; originally published 1890). 429pp. VG+, text clean and tight / Slightly torn, chipped and soiled dj.
Good. No dust jacket. Front hinge a little loose. Newspaper pictures of federal buildings pasted on to inside front cover and flyleaf. Former owner's name written on verso of half title. Unknown printing. xix p. , 1 l. , 429 p. front (port. ) 24 cm. Preface signed: Edgar S. Maclay.
Good Condition. No Dust Jacket. 438 pages. Some wear and soiling to the covers; front hinge is cracked; pages yellowed; a few notes and underlining in pencil early in text. Bookplate inside front cover dated 1900 with a small illustration of a train. Inscription inside by a previous owner, inscribed to former Senator James A. Reed but no indication of his ownership otherwise. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Biography & Autobiography; Inventory No: 102897.
None. Very Good in Good jacket. This 6 x 9 hardcover has 429 pages. This chronicle, written by a contemporary, throws flares of illumination behind the dignifided facade of the Congress, revealing the caucusing and compromising engaged in by the great fathers of the republic. Book is in very good condition with owner's name and light wear; jacket is in good condition with edgewear, rubbing, faded spine and soil.
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