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Cleveland: The Burrows Brothers Company, 1902.. 1902.. Good. - Octavo, gray paper covered boards with the title stamped in gilt on the front board. The boards are lightly rubbed; there is a tear to the upper half of the front joint & there are pieces out of the head, tail & mid- section of the spine. 75 pp. There is occasional light soiling & a pencil notation has been partially erased. 2 B&W plates [facsimiles]. Good.
Limited edition of 250 numbered copies.
Probably the publisher's copy. An ink notation on the colophon reads "Publishers unnumbered copy for Chas. W. Burrows" and a blue cross has been penciled in the space for the number. The attractive bookplate of Charles William Burrows and Lottie Thomas Mott Burrows of Cleveland is mounted on the front pastedown.
Howes W-619: "Most interesting description of New York in the late 17th century."
Title: A TWO YEARS' JOURNAL IN NEW YORK and Part of Its Territories in America. Reprinted from the Original edition of 1701. With an Introduction and Notes by Edward Gaylord Bourne Professor of History in Yale University
Publisher: Cleveland: The Burrows Brothers Company, 1902.: 1902.
Book Condition: Good
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 2007
Keywords: AMERICANA; NEW YORK STATE; NEW YORK; SEVENTEENTH CENTURY; 17TH CENTURY; CHARLES WOLLEY; JOURNAL; EDWARD GAYLORD BOURNE; PLATES; CHARLES WILLIAM BURROWS; PUBLISHER; LIMITED EDITION.