The Life and Times of Col. James Fisk, Jr. : being a full and impartial account of the remarkable career of a most remarkable man : together with sketches of all the important personages with whom he was thrown in contact, such as Drew, Vanderbilt, Gould, Tweed, etc., etc., and a financial history of the country for the last three years : embracing also, the lives of Helen Josephine Mansfield, the enchantress, and Edward S. Stokes, the assassin.

By: McAlpine, R. W.

Price: $75.00

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504 pp., portrait frontis; 8vo; rebound in green fabricoid, spine stamped in gilt; 32 illustrations. The final illustration facing p. 504, and the rear endpaper are fairly chewed at foredge, not affecting illustration. Light foxing to title and prelims, else very clean and tight except for final two pages.

Title: The Life and Times of Col. James Fisk, Jr. : being a full and impartial account of the remarkable career of a most remarkable man : together with sketches of all the important personages with whom he was thrown in contact, such as Drew, Vanderbilt, Gould, Tweed, etc., etc., and a financial history of the country for the last three years : embracing also, the lives of Helen Josephine Mansfield, the enchantress, and Edward S. Stokes, the assassin.

Author Name: McAlpine, R. W.

Categories: Biography & Autobiography,

Edition: 1st Edition

Publisher: N.Y., The New York Book Company: 1872

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good condition

lbs: 3.00 lbs

Seller ID: 5312

Keywords: New York