New York: D. Appleton and Co, 1874. First edition. Thick 8vo. 602 pp. Portrait plates, frontispiece portrait of the author, maps, one folding. Howes J-167. Nevins II, p. 68: "One of the earliest Confederate reminiscences; strongly partisan, anti-Davis, and defensive in tone." Harwell In Tall Cotton 101: "A vigorous defense of his own actions and necessarily, therefore, a hard-hitting attack on others, particularly on President Davis against whom he records his objections to excess." Several insightful pencil and ink marginal observations on discussions at hand by an eyewitness, a very good copy. Original black and gilt stamped decorated green cloth. (#8285). (Inventory #: 61165)
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