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Burton, William E & Poe, Edgar A. (editors)
Burton's Gentleman's Magazine (vol. V, July- December 1839) [1st Fall Of The House Of Usher]
Philadelphia: William E. Burton, 1839. Philadelphia: William E. Burton. Good with no dust jacket. 1839. 1st. Hardcover. b/w; 334 pages; Sound throughout with light foxing, heavier to blank plate backs. With The Privateer chapters 1 through 9. Numerous contributions by Poe, including "The Fall of the House of Usher p144," "Morella, a Tale," p204 and "William Wilson" p205 as well as To Ianthe in Heaven P49,, The Man That Was Used Up, . P50, Includes V. Illustrations- engraved frontis portrait of Ben Franklin, lacking Shakespeare performing before the Queen. Includes p53, Saxon bow and arrow, p55 the Archery Meeting, p63 The Gamekeeper's Fireside, p109 Costume of the United Bowmen of Philadelphia. , p118 Portrait of Richard Penn Smith, p193 The Interior of Barrett's Gymnasium, 174 The Musical Bore, p222 The Parallel Bars. Leaping bars and wooden horse, 224 The Climbing Stand. P230 torn, East Front of the Capitol at Washington City. , p277 The Game of Cricket, p287 A Cape Codder among the Mer maids. In all 15 of 16 illustrations. Contents lean towards the Outre and Horror tales. .
Bookseller: poor man's books (mrbooks) [Vineland, NJ, U.S.A.]

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