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LETTERS From The ARMY In The CRIMEA, Written During the Years 1854, 1855, & 1856, By a Staff-Officer Who Was There
For Private Circulation Only [Printed Robson, Levey and Franklyn], London 1857 - xlvii, [1], 496 pp. Corrigenda leaf tipped-in prior to p. v. Illustrated with 18 inserted plans & diagrams [14 double-page]. Crown 8vo. Codrington notes at front, on the half-title page, that "The marginal notes in pencil were made by General George Willis G CB who served the regiment the war in the Crimea." Alfred Edward Codrington the son of General Sir William John Codrington [1804 - 1884], who served in the Crimea, and herein has pinned-in [to the Corrigenda leaf] a note listing "Pages in Letters from the Crimea affecting W. J. C." Gilt bright. Square & tight. Pencil marginalia commenting on the text. A VG+ copy. Original publisher's green cloth binding with gilt stamped title lettering to spine. Pale yellow eps 1st Edition. INSCRIBED COPY from Col [J. B.] Sterling [related?], Coldstream Guards, to A. E. Codrington, dated 1889. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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