Charleston: Printed by S. Babcock, 1840. , viii, -355, [1 blank] pp. Lightly foxed, endpapers dusted, bound in modern buckram [no institutional marks]. Except as noted, Very Good. This first edition [BAL's Printing 'A'] is unusual in the marketplace today. Simms, as DAB describes him, "had a strong bent toward.....
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