EX-LIBRARY COPY OF 1864 TITLE “THE BURNING OF CHAMBERSBURG”

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Full title of this volume is “THE BURNING OF CHAMBERSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA. BY REV. B. SCHNECK., D.D., AN EYE-WITNESS AND A SUFFERER. WITH CORROBORATIVE STATEMENTS FROM THE REV. J. CLARK, HON. A. K. McCLURE, J. HOKE, ESQ, REV. T. G. APPLE, REV. B. BAUSMAN, REV. S. J. NICCOLIS, AND J. K. SHRYOCK, ESQ. IN A LETTER TO A FRIEND.” Title page also informs the reader that this is a second edition that has been revised and improved with a plan of the town showing the burnt portion. Published in Philadelphia in 1864.

This hardcover volume meas. approx. 5.00 x 7.75 inches and runs 76 pages with two unpaginated advertisements in the rear. Covers are a brown pebbled cloth in good but dirty condition with embossed short title in gold on the front.

Interior is well bound with pages that have browned along the edges but still retain their white surface in the text area. Page edges on top and bottom of the closed volume are stamped “LITTIZ PUBLIC LIBRARY” in early script letters and the inside back cover has a worn library stamping sheet. [ad]

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