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A new and elegant national gift book! : Ready December 10th, The fallen brave: a biographical memorial of officers killed in defense of the Union! With eight elegant portraits on steel, engraved by J.A. O'Neill, edited by John Gilmary Shea. This work will form a beautiful quarto volume of about 200 pages, printed by Alvord, on tinted paper. The memoirs, nearly thirty in number, are from the pens of George W. Curtis, Bishop Chase, of Rhode Island, Rev. James Freeman Clarke, George Wilkes, and others, and are compiled from the most authentic materials. The portraits taken from likenesses approved by the families, are accurately and artistically engraved. ... The work may be ordered through any of the leading booksellers in Boston, Philadelphia, or New York. Appealing, as it does, to the patriotic feelings of all, and being the most elegant work to be offered this season to the trade, a large sale is anticipated and early orders are necessary. Preview this item
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A new and elegant national gift book! : Ready December 10th, The fallen brave: a biographical memorial of officers killed in defense of the Union! With eight elegant portraits on steel, engraved by J.A. O'Neill, edited by John Gilmary Shea. This work will form a beautiful quarto volume of about 200 pages, printed by Alvord, on tinted paper. The memoirs, nearly thirty in number, are from the pens of George W. Curtis, Bishop Chase, of Rhode Island, Rev. James Freeman Clarke, George Wilkes, and others, and are compiled from the most authentic materials. The portraits taken from likenesses approved by the families, are accurately and artistically engraved. ... The work may be ordered through any of the leading booksellers in Boston, Philadelphia, or New York. Appealing, as it does, to the patriotic feelings of all, and being the most elegant work to be offered this season to the trade, a large sale is anticipated and early orders are necessary.

Author: C.B. Richardson & Co.
Publisher: [New York, N.Y. : s.n., 1861]
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Genre/Form: Book prospectuses
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Named Person: Corydon A Alvord; John A O'Neill; John Gilmary Shea
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: C.B. Richardson & Co.
OCLC Number: 79472875
Notes: The fallen brave was published in New York in 1861.
Description: 1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 23 x 14 cm.
Responsibility: C.B. Richardson & Co., publishers, 14 Bible House.

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