The Yankee enterprise, or the two millionaires; and other thrilling tales

Boston: Wentworth & Co., 1855. 8vo, pp. iv, [3], 26-334; steel-engraved frontispiece, wood-engraved illustrations in the text; original brown blindstamped cloth, spine lettered and decorated in gray; frontispiece foxed in the margins, spine ends chipped level with text block, corners worn; good and sound. A series of "articles treating on the beauties of nature, as seen on the tempest-tossed ocean, or sublimely viewed from the cloud-capped mountgain." Included are: The Two Millionares, by Sarah Fry; "I owe you nothing, Sir"; Notes of a Journey Across the Isthmus of Panama; The Two Passports; Australia and Van Diemen's Land; The Fairy Cup, by Alfred Crowquill; The White Swallow: an Indian Tale; Fowling in Faroe and Shetland; A Fuqueer's Curse; The deserts of Africa; Life in an Indiaman; The Dealer in Wisdom; and, The Key of the Street. The book was also published as The Mirror of the World, by Moulton Hampton [pseud.?]; and, Rovings on Land and Sea, by Henry E. Davenport. Item #54668

Price: $100.00