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Fifteen Days. An Extract from Edward Colvil's - PUTNAM, Mary Lowell] - 1866. 
Ticknor and Fields, Boston 1866 - First edition. 299pp. Original white cloth gilt ruled, gilt-stamped spine. Spine and edges tanned, spine ends chipped, else a very good copy. Signed on the front fly by Anna C. Lowell and with the ownership stamp of Wm. D. Sohier. A notable 19th Century female author, Anna Cabot Lowell married Charles Russell Lowell, Jr., Mary Lowell Putnam's brother. William Davies Sohier, a Massachusetts lawyer passed away on June 11, 1868, and his business affairs were resumed by his sons William and Edward D. Sohier. William D. Sohier married Susan Cabot Lowell on October 13, 1846, a sister of Judge John Lowell. They had two children: William Davies Sohier and Elizabeth Putnam Sohier. His work as a lawyer was similar to that of his father, dealing with the day-to-day financial and legal affairs of his clients, from mortgage deeds to estate inventories and sales. William Sohier had retired some time prior to his death on February 23, 1894 at the age of seventy-two. Scarce, lovely association copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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