Author:Dana, Richard H. Henry, Jr

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The Seaman's Friend....

By: Dana, R.H. Richard Henry, Jr..

Price: $625.00

Seller ID: dana,r.h.richardhenry,jr..625boston:charlesc.lit


Boston: Charles C. Little & James Brown, and James Loring & Co.; New York: Dayton & Saxton, and E. & G.W. Blunt; Philadelphia: Carey & Hart, (1841). First edition (BAL 4435). Full leather, illustrated with 5 inserted plates. Dana, 1815-1882, wrote this useful manual based on his experience as a common sailor, memorialized in his "Two Years Before the Mast, 1840". There were many reprints - at least 12 in English in the 19th century. Expertly re-backed some time ago with matching leather and a spine label - the label now absent, new endpapers, retaining the two final blanks. View more info

Opening Address, and Closing Argument of.....in the Dalton Divorce Case.

By: Dana, Richard H. Henry, Jr.

Price: $150.00

Seller ID: dana,richardh.henry,jr.150(boston):thebostondail


(Boston): The Boston Daily Bee, 1857. See BAL v.2, p.408b). Cover title, self-wrapper, 48 pp. There was also a "Shawmut Edition", sequence not determined. Some wear, paper a little browned. A Very Good copy. View more info

An Address Upon the Life and Services of Edward Everett; Delivered Before the Municipal Authorities and Citizens of Cambridge, February 22, 1865.

By: Dana, Richard H. Henry, Jr.

Price: $60.00

Seller ID: dana,richardh.henry,jr.60cambridge:severandfranc


Cambridge: Sever and Francis, 1865. First edition (BAL 4462), small paper version; there were 1,000 of the small and 100 of the large paper copies. Lacks the wrappers, removed from a bound volume, else Fine. The last leaf is clearly from the next pamphlet of the group that was once bound together; it is on different paper, and it bears a presentation inscription, not in Dana's hand: "Presented to Rev Edward A. Park by its Author. 1866." View more info

Life and Services of Edward Everett. An Address.

By: Dana, Richard H. Henry, Jr.

Price: $150.00

Seller ID: dana,richardh.henry,jr.150firstedition(bal4462),


First edition (BAL 4462), Large Paper, State A, tan-grey paper wrappers, 70 pp. One of 50 for private distribution, prepared for book collector George Livermore. There were 1000 small paper copies. He presents this one to Thomas Gaffield (on the front blank, dated May, 1865). Spine eroded, offsetting to front wrapper, front blank soiled. Spine strengthened early with string. A Very Good copy. View more info