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Valuable source of American culture, literature and society prior to 1776  

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Memoirs of a Life, Chiefly Passed in Pennsylvania within the Last Sixty Years

[Graydon, Alexander]

Edinburgh & London

William Blackwood & T. Cadell



Introduction by Scottish novelist John Galt. (8vo) 19th century blue-green diced calf, maroon morocco label, gilt rules, decorations and lettering; marbled edges and endpapers. First English Edition.

The memoirs of Alexander Graydon, American revolutionary soldier, considered one of the most valuable sources for American culture, literature and society prior to 1776 and for the Revolutionary War itself. 

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Edges worn; bottom of spine torn; light foxing; very good.

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