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Boston: Ticknor, Reed, and Fields, 1850. Original brown cloth, gilt, decorated in gilt and blind, 205 pp. Sprague, the "Banker Poet", presents this copy to his colleague and friend at the Globe Bank, Boston: "Chas. S. Callender from C.S. Dece. 7th, 1849." Callender owned "The Dovecote" in Concord, Massachusetts, in the 1880's; Louisa May Alcott had lived there as a child. A tiny hole inthe front joint, two little spots on the rear board, else Fine.
Title: The Poetical and Prose Writings of Charles Sprague. New and Revised Edition.
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