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Fanshawe, and other pieces.

Main Author: Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864.
Language(s): English
Published: Boston, James R. Osgood and Company, 1876.
Subjects: Cilley, Jonathan, > 1802-1838.
Fessenden, Thomas Green, > 1771-1837.
Pepperrell, William, > Sir, > 1696-1759.
Phips, William, > Sir, > 1651-1695.
Hutchinson, Anne, > 1591-1643
Holliday, Fred W. M. > (Frederick William Mackey), > 1828-1899 > Library > Personal copy.
Note: Publisher's advertisement: verso of first prelim leaf.
Fanshawe was the first published work of the author, the 1st ed. having appeared in 1828. "Later all the copies that could be obtained were destroyed. A dozen years after his death a copy was found and the tale reissued by James R. Osgood & Co." cf. N.E. Brown, Bibl. of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Boston and New York, 1905.
Cathcart, no. 71.
Physical Description: 243 p. 19 cm.
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