HAWKS OF HAWK-HOLLOW. A TRADITION OF PENNSYLVANIA. Robert Montgomery Bird.

HAWKS OF HAWK-HOLLOW. A TRADITION OF PENNSYLVANIA.

Volume Two (of two).

  • Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Blanchard, 1835.
  • 8vo.
  • original brown cloth, paper spine labels.
  • 8, 256 pages.
  • ISBN: none

Price: $30.00  other currencies

Order Nr. 68522

First edition. (BAL 1155). State B of the paper spine label with text printed in all capitals. Also has an eight page section at the beginning describing new books issued by Carey, Lea, & Blanchard which is not noted by BAL. These ads refer to the second edition of both CAVALAR and THE INFIDEL. BAL notes a second edition of CALAVAR in 1847 but does not note a second edition of THE INFIDEL. Robert Montgomery Bird was a well-known Delaware author that resided in New Castle. "Fun fact: my parents bought Robert Montgomery Bird's home in New Castle, DE, at 212 Delaware Street. My mother actually still lives there today!" -Rob Fleck, Director, Oak Knoll Books.

Covers worn and exlibris marking near head of spine.