New York: Frederic A. Brady, 1864. 81,-8pp. Dbd. Edges chipped, minor dampstaining and foxing. Good. A scarce work, set in Virginia in the Civil War, written by dime novelist and publisher Edward Zane Carroll Judson, under the pseudonym Ned Buntline. Judson's own life read much like one of his novels. He was tried for murder and barely escaped death by a lynch mob, after a duel with his lover's husband which left the cuckold dead. He later befriended William "Buffalo Bill" Cody whom he wrote a play about, and starred alongside. A scarce and lively example of one of the premiere western outlaw writers of the nineteenth century. SABIN 36861. (Inventory #: WRCAM51084)
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