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Publishers' cloth bindings (Binding)
Grained cloth (Binding)
Gold stamped cloth (Binding)
Blind stamped cloth (Binding)
Gilt edges (Binding)
"Books in blue and gold" (Imitative binding style)
Presentation inscriptions (Provenance)
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Morris, George Pope, 1802-1864.
Poems by George P. Morris.
New York : C. Scribner, [c1860]
|Named Person:||George Pope Morris|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
George Pope Morris; H B Wallace; Charles Scribner; Savage & McCrea,
|Notes:||Copyright 1860 by Charles Scribner.
"Savage & McCrea, stereotypers, 13 Chambers Street, N.Y."--verso of title page.
Savage & McCrea were in partnership at this address from 1855 until 1860.
"Memoir of George P. Morris. By Horace Binney Wallace."--p. -48.
"The Maid of Saxony; or, Who's the traitor? An opera in three acts. ..."--p. -356.
The publisher's gold and blind stamped blue cloth binding is in imitation of the binding style designed by Ticknor and Fields for their series, Books in blue and gold.
|Description:||363 p. ; 15 cm.|
|Contents:||Memoir, by Horace B. Wallace.--Poems and ballads.--The maid of Saxony, or, Who's the traitor? an opera in three acts [a dramatization of Miss Edgeworth's "The Prussian vase"].|