Good. No dust jacket, as issued. Ex-Library. Typical library markings. Approximately 30 pages with slight 1/4 inch loss to top of pages not affecting the text. Light sunning to cover. First printing. 442 p. ;
Good. Hardcover no dj. Good, average condition for its age. Book has been read but remains straight, clean, and tight. No internal markings. No Dust Jacket. Clear plastic tape reinforcing spine. Stored in sealed plastic protection. In the event of a problem we guarantee full refund. 1865. Hardcover no dj.
8vo, 442 pages portrait frontispiece, green cloth binding with gilt spine title, good, ex-library, tight binding, edge wear at the extremities, frontispiece and title page are heavily foxed. The rest of the volume is lightly foxed and/ or browned. library label removed from spine leaving a faint indication of where it was, library bookplate removed from front pastedown, library card pocket still in place on rear free endpaper, 1/4 inch to 3/8th inch of edgewear at three of the corners, tiny bit of edgewear at fourth corner, slight bit of edgewear at top of backstrip at the joints, bottom 1/8th inch of backstrip frayed, about an inch of edgewear along the bottom edges of the covers near the backstrip, hinges partially cracked (about 2 inches), binding not faded but not as bright as for a very good copy. -Nevins, Vol 2. Page 48: "An extensive collection of speeches, with a brief introduction explaining Cox's basic position on the issues of the conflict. "
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