New-York Mirror A Weekly Journal Devoted to Literature and the Fine Arts Volume Fifteen Saturday, Febuary 17,1838 Number Thirty-Four "Washington's Life-guard" and "The Rock Of The Fort" Original Edition 1838 Newspaper

By: New York City Nineteenth Century Illustrated Newspaper

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New York: New York Mirror, 1838. Newspaper. Good. Newspaper. First American Edition. Original New York Mirror Saturday, February 17,1838 Volume Fifteen Number Thirty-Four Newspaper Near Very Good. First American Edition. Not A Reprint or a Copy.Original Four Sheets Of News Print Newspaper and literary and travel journal published in New York. In these eight two sided printed original pages The Romance of History Rouen "The Rock Of The Fort" A big piece on George Washington's Life-guard' The uniform they wore and 'Barren Hill in 1778 under Marquis de Lafayette and Morgan's riflemen under Captain Gabriel Long one of Morgan's favorites team up Battle of Monmouth" A lot of Rev War first hand information. Also a section called "Hibernicisms" on Irish House of Parliament and American perception of Irish Also a song called "Bunker Hill" Much more a little foxing else quite good. NOT a library copy. Original American Newspaper Journal of 1838. First Edition.

Title: New-York Mirror A Weekly Journal Devoted to Literature and the Fine Arts Volume Fifteen Saturday, Febuary 17,1838 Number Thirty-Four "Washington's Life-guard" and "The Rock Of The Fort" Original Edition 1838 Newspaper

Author Name: New York City Nineteenth Century Illustrated Newspaper

Categories: American Revolution/French & Indian War, North American Folklore and Supernatural,

Edition: First American Edition

Publisher: New York, New York Mirror: 1838

Binding: SingleIssueMagazine

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 008983

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