NY: Harper & Brothers, 1863. One of two editions published in the US in 1863. . 8vo, pp. 234, double columns. Ex-library with library stamp on the title page, bookplate, hinges reinforced with tape, bound in marble boards, spine repaired with tape. Howes R-540. Nevins I, p. 155. "He found universal acclaim of the Confederacy, saw none of the Union feeling which Seward and Lincoln had talked so much about, and seemed to enjoy the planters' hospitality that was showered upon him wherever he went." Coulter-403.
"His collection of experiences and observations has great historical value."--Larned. The author was a well-known war correspondent for the London Times. (Inventory #: 56239)
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