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New York: Mason and Lipscomb Publishers, 1973. Octavo, cloth. First U.S. edition. Historical account of the charge of the Light Brigade during the Crimean war.
London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, . Octavo, boards. First edition. Study of the mutiny of the Royal Navy frigate Hermione in 1797 and it's aftermath.
New York: Alfred A Knopf, 1941. Octavo, pp. [1-4] [i-v] vi [vii-viii] [1-3] 4-605 [606: blank] [i-xxi: index] [xxii: printer statement], First edition. Shirer was journalist and later a CBS radio correspondent in Europe, this is his first hand account of the rise of Nazi Germany. "...the story he has to tell can be recommended with downright enthusiasm not because it is perfect or complete but because it presents with honesty and firmness truth that must be known now if he and the rest of us are to survive."-George N. Shuster, New York Times book review, June 22, 1941.
New York: Printed by Hopkins & Seymour ... 1807. Small quarto, pp. [i-v] vi-viii  2-376, inserted frontispiece with tissue guard (stipple engraved portrait by William S. Leney of New York after the portrait by Gilbert Stuart), nineteenth-century three-quarter pebbled morocco and marbled boards, spine panel lettered and tooled in gold, top edge gilt, other edges rough trimmed, marbled endpapers. First edition. An early life of George Washington by American physician, politician and historian David Ramsey (1749-1815) who "remained to the end the pious, benevolent, and unwearied public servant" (DAB). According to DAB, Ramsay's laudatory biography of Washington "was a mere political and military narrative, but was very popular." Ramsey was shot and killed by a maniac in 1815. Howes R-38. Sabin 67695.