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1 Twain, Mark. Samuel Clemens. "The Recent Great French Duel" and "The Great Revolution in Pitcairn" in "The Atlantic Monthly"

for February and March, 1879. Two complete consecutive issues of this magazine, in original printed wrappers. Also includes William Wetmore Story's "A Roman Holiday Twenty Years Ago", in two parts, complete. Edgewear, each spine end eroding 1/4 to 1/2 inch, 2 inch wrapper tear to March, contemporary bookseller stamp (Chas. Hapgood, Oakland, CA) to February. These are Good to Very Good. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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2 Twain, Mark Samuel Clemens. "Travelling With a Reformer" in "The Cosmopolitan. An Illustrated Monthly Magazine".

New York: John Brisben Walker, December, 1893. Original printed wrappers, Volume 16, Number 2, first appearance in print of this story. Wrappers a little toned and stained but with very little wear. Paper toned, some light damp-stains to some margins, Fore and bottom "yapped" edges chipped. A Good copy. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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3 Twain, Mark Samuel Clemens. 1601.

(Warrenville, IL: The Pony Barn Press, 1939). First edition thus. Original black textured cloth, printed in red, title in black and red. Unpaginated, about 28 pp. "Here is a lusty, witty, rowdy, bawdy word picture of the glorious Elizabethans" (from the printer's preface). Edward Martin Moore operated the Pony Barn Press under the "Sign of the Hand" in Warrenville. A presentation slip, also printed by Moore, pasted to the front pastedown. The giver and receiver in ink, illegible. A Fine copy. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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4 [Twain, Mark, Samuel Clemens]. Ghost Life on the Mississippi" in "The Pacific Spectator".

Palo Alto: Stanford University Press. Volumes I - X, 1947-1956. Ten volumes of The Pacific Spectator, all published, a quarterly. Uniform red cloth, gilt. The manuscript of "Ghost Life on the Mississippi" was found in the house of Samuel Clemens' sister, Pamela, in St. Louis, by a descendant. The story appears here for the first time, having been presented by Pamela's grandson. It is thought to have been written in about 1861. "The Pacific Spectator has for its purpose the interpretation and discussion of enduring human values, past and present, which have found expression in literature and the arts. (from the 'Editorial Statement' in the first issue)". Partly edited and with contributions by Wallace Stegner, as well as Bernard DeVoto, Oscar Lewis, George R. Stewart, Waldo Frank, Howard Mumford Jones, Josephine Miles, Muriel Rukeyser, Henry Nash Smith, Jessamyn West, Joseph Wood Krutch, Lewis Mumford, Lawrence Clark Powell, Clark Kerr. This is Raymond D. Williamson's set, his name in gilt on the front of each volume. He was a charter subscriber; a lengthy list of them is bound into v.1. Fine condition, not a hint of wear or soil. A heavy set, postage at or near cost. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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5 [Clemens, Samuel] Mark Twain. The Jumping Frog.

(Easthampton, MA): Cheloniidae Press, 1985. First edition thus. Original pictorial wrappers, lettered in green, un-paginated, about 20 leaves, illustrated with 15 wood engravings by Alan James Robinson. One of 325 numbered copies, this is the "Binder's Copy" not numbered. As New. 
Price: 275.00 USD
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