The Life and Career of Major John Andre, Adjutant-General of the British Army in America
by Sargent, Winthrop
Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1861. Hardcover. G- (Binding has much wear and age, with a small tear at head of spine; title is unreadable on spine; some signatures are loosening a bit; page surfaces are generally good; a candidate for rebinding.). Forest green cloth, tan paper title block on spine, 471 pp., one BW plate as frontispiece, one additional engraving, map. Considers the life story of John Andre (1751-1780), known in American history as a British army officer who was hanged as a spy for assisting Benedict Arnold. Includes engraved frontispiece of Andre and another engraving later in the book, depicting his capture. Also includes a line-drawing map within the text. One of 75 copies. Rare.
(Inventory #: 153617)
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