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1 Morse, Samuel F.B. (Brutus) Foreign Conspiracy Against the Liberties of the United States
New York Leavitt, Lord, & Co. 1835 First Edition Hardcover Good 
208 pages. "The numbers of Brutus, originally published in the New-York Observer Revised and Corrected by the Author" - subtitle. "The public mind is awake far and wide to the fact, that Popery is a political as well as a religious system, nor will freemen be lulled to sleep by the popish anodyne of no controversy; they will not rest till these more than suspicious manoeuverings of Jesuit intriguers; of Austrian conspirators against their liberties, shall have been searched to the bottom." - from Preface. Backstrip missing its lower half as well as a chip from top end. Original pasted label still present and clearly legible upon backstrip. Maroon boards faded with average wear. Presentation plate and few library markings inside front board. Minimal additional library markings to contents which have darkened with age. Binding tight and square. Lower corner of pages ix through 42 rumpled. Foxing to endpapers. Author invented the telegraph and its code which bears his name. 
Price: 2995.00 USD
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2 Morse, Samuel F.B. (Brutus) Foreign Conspiracy Against the Liberties of the United States
New York H.A. Chapin & Co. 1841 Fifth Edition Hardcover Good 
191 pages. "The numbers under the signature of Brutus, originally published in the New-York Observer. Revised and Corrected, with notes by the Author" - subtitle. "The public mind is awake far and wide to the fact, that Popery is a political as well as a religious system, nor will freemen be lulled to sleep by the popish anodyne of no controversy; they will not rest till these more than suspicious manoeuverings of Jesuit intriguers; of Austrian conspirators against their liberties, shall have been searched to the bottom." - from preface to the first edition. Contemporary gift greetings inside front board. Moderate foxing throughout. Average external wear and soiling. Binding sound. Embossed olive-coloured boards. Gilt lettering legible upon backstrip. Author invented the telegraph and its code which bears his name. 
Price: 995.00 USD
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