Garrett Scott, Bookseller

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Garrett Scott
P.O. Box 4561
Ann Arbor, MI 48106
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Bloom and Brier; or, As I Saw it, Long Ago. A Southern Romance.
First Edition 

Bloom and Brier; or, As I Saw it, Long Ago. A Southern Romance.

by Falconer, William.

Philadelphia: : Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfinger; Montgomery, Ala.: Joel White, , 1870. (click for more details)
A Single Gentleman: by Timothy Thistle [pseud]. Designs by the Author. Illustrations by I. Hyde.
The Rector of St. Bardolph's; or, Superannuated.
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The Rector of St. Bardolph's; or, Superannuated.

by Shelton, F. W. [Frederick William].

New York: : Charles Scribner, , 1853. (click for more details)
Adventures of Elder Triptolemus Tub; Comprising Important and Startling Disclosures Concerning Hell; its Magnitude, Morals, Employments, Climate, &c. all very satisfactorily authenticated. To which is added, The Old Man of the Hill-Side.
Gaut Gurley; or, The Trappers of Umbagog. A Tale of Border Life.
First Edition 

Gaut Gurley; or, The Trappers of Umbagog. A Tale of Border Life.

by Thompson, D. P. [Daniel Pierce].

Boston: : John P. Jewett and Company; Cleveland, Ohio: Henry P. B. Jewett, , 1857. (click for more details)

Recent Catalogs

Occasional List 34: Instrumental Materialization 39 interesting items picked up over the course of a busy summer: phrenology, Spiritualism, some animal magnetism, an account of the Brooklyn Enigma, an important early English work on the relationship between emotions and the muscles of the face, an uncommon book of occult Western Americana, Sidney Rigdon doing his bit part against the pedobaptists, Darwin’s stomach, etc.

Recent Catalogs

Occasional List 33: Get Schooled 47 interesting and unusual items having to do with education, including Emma Willard’s sister turning to the lottery, or a student


at Gettysburg College publishing satirical reviews of the professors of 1882, or an epitome of eccentric free speech on campus.