HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, NOVEMBER 26, 1864 – CAPTURE OF BLOCKADE RUNNER

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Vol. VIII—No. 413. 16 pp. [753-768], with numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features portrait sketches of the commanders of the Rebel privateer “Florida” [Captain C.M. Morris], and the USS “Wachusett” [Captain Napoleon Collins], and a scene depicting the Union seizure of the Rebel vessel. Additional illustrations include scenes “Before Petersburg”: “Fortifications On the Weldon Railroad”, “Reinforcements Going to the Front”, “Mounted Infantry” [delinquent soldier riding a log in punishment]. Plus a dramatic centerfold showing the high seas “Chase Of A Blockade Runner” from the foc’sle of the chasing Union ship, w/story on page 458.

Exhibits mounting dots at left margin; a fair amount of soiling and staining present. Edge and corner chipping; top edge cut unevenly. Tears at lower left of all pages. In protective sleeve, w/white card cover.  [ld] [ph:L]

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