History of the French revolution of 1830: with all the anecdotes relating to it.

By: [ Swaim James & Conwell Columbus C. ]

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22708 - Quarter Cloth - English - 12mo - [2] iv [5]-214 p. quarter cloth spine paperbacked boards boards detached library bookplate inside front board call number written on spine spine badly chipped cornes and extremities of boads worn scuffed. Text okay. American Imprints 3381 locates 7 copies OCLC locates 9 copies. In 1829 James Swaim published a book for prisoners advising them on the uses of coded speech to communicate through walls Art of Conversing Through A Wall(Philadelphia 1829) COLUMBUS C. CONWELL M. D. nephew of Bishop Conwell. Doctor Conwell was a refined scholar and a writer of no ordinary merit. His time from early boyhood was exclusively devoted to the cultivation of his mind and his attainments in knowledge were unequaled perhaps by any young man of his age. His poetic pieces published and unpublished are numerous. -

Title: History of the French revolution of 1830: with all the anecdotes relating to it.

Author Name: [ Swaim James & Conwell Columbus C. ]

Categories: Other,

Publisher: unknown: 1830

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 2192012145430