THE DIPLOMACY OF THE CONFEDERATE CABINET OF RICHMOND AND ITS AGENTS ABROAD: BEING MEMORANDUM NOTES TAKEN IN PARIS DURING THE REBELLION OF THE SOUTHERN STATES

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By Paul Pecquet Du Bellet, Edited with an Introduction by Wm. Stanley Hoole. Confederate Centennial Studies Number Twenty-three. Tuscaloosa, AL: Confederate Publishing Company, Inc., 1963. 130pp., in gray wraps, measuring 8.5 x5.5". Fine scholarly essay, exhibiting light wear & soiling at the extremities with small light water-staining in upper right corner of text. Else VG, with attractive colored cover flag illustrations.

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