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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Edgar Allan Poe; Jacob E Spannuth; Thomas Ollive Mabbott
|Notes:||At head of title: Poe's contributions to the Columbia spy.
"Seven hundred and forty-nine numbered copies of Doings of Gotham have been printed from type which has been distributed. Numbers one to thirty-six are large paper copies signed by the editor and publisher."
|Description:||xxi, 23-126 pages 31 cm|
|Other Titles:||Columbia spy.|
|Responsibility:||by Edgar Allan Poe, as described in a series of letters to the editors of the Columbia spy; together with various editorial comments and criticisms by Poe; also a poem entitled "New Year's address of the carriers of the Columbia spy". Now first collected by Jacob E. Spannuth; with a preface, introduction and comments by Thomas Ollive Mabbott.|