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Lot 1366: 1776 Gentlemans Magazine, London

Lot 1366 Details

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"Gen. Howe's Letter on Taking New York"
November 1776, THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, London, England, Very Fine.
8" x 5," 2-column layout, pp. 485-532. Published by Sylvanus Urban, "Printed for D. Henry, at St. John's Gate." Disbound, lacking covers, and missing a map of Connecticut and Rhode Island. Page 528 has a small 1" x 2" paragraph that has been clipped out of the historical chronicle section, and a few pages have been trimmed. Fabulous articles: "Gen. Howe's Letter on taking New York"; "Address of the Citizens of Montreal to Gen. Carleton," and his answer; "Reasons for the Coolness between the King of France and his Queen"; "Conjecture on an obscure Passage in Hamlet"; a Review of Books, and more.
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"Gen. Howe's Letter on Taking New York"
November 1776, THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, London, England, Very Fine.
8" x 5," 2-column layout, pp. 485-532. Published by Sylvanus Urban, "Printed for D. Henry, at St. John's Gate." Disbound, lacking covers, and missing a map of Connecticut and Rhode Island. Page 528 has a small 1" x 2" paragraph that has been clipped out of the historical chronicle section, and a few pages have been trimmed. Fabulous articles: "Gen. Howe's Letter on taking New York"; "Address of the Citizens of Montreal to Gen. Carleton," and his answer; "Reasons for the Coolness between the King of France and his Queen"; "Conjecture on an obscure Passage in Hamlet"; a Review of Books, and more.

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