The Young American's Magazine of Self-Improvement. Combining Literary Entertainment and Instruction with an Effort to promote the Union of thorough Self-Improvement with every Department of Industry. BOUND VOLUME. VICTORIAN MANNERS / POLITICS, George W. Light.
The Young American's Magazine of Self-Improvement. Combining Literary Entertainment and Instruction with an Effort to promote the Union of thorough Self-Improvement with every Department of Industry. BOUND VOLUME

The Young American's Magazine of Self-Improvement. Combining Literary Entertainment and Instruction with an Effort to promote the Union of thorough Self-Improvement with every Department of Industry. BOUND VOLUME

Boston. Charles H. Peirce. 1847. First Volume.
Volume I. Black and white frontispiece, 364pp, 7 3/4 x 5 inches, decorative embossed cloth covered boards (hardbound). Wear to cover extremities including splits to cloth along edge of spine, owner nameplate on front pastedown, pencil notations to front and rear fly leaf, dampstains and faint foxing to first few pages and to some scattered pages, January title page bound into back of volume, missing section (p221-232). Contains articles "Abolition Reasons for Disunion" by Wendell Phillips and "Abolition Reasons Against Disunion" by S.P. (Stephen Pearl) Andrews, plus other papers by H.W. Longfellow, Orville Dewey, D.H. Howard, Charles Sumner, Goethe, etc. Item #41962

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