Cone cut corners: the experiences of a conservative family in fanatical times. Involving some account of a Connecticut village, the people who lived in it, and those who came there from the city. By Benauly

New York: Mason Brothers, 28 Park Row, n.d., [1855]. 8vo, pp. xi, [2], 14-456; tinted lithograph frontispiece, wood-engraved chapter headings and tail-pieces; original blindstamped brown cloth, gilt-stamped spine; binding a bit skewed, spine ends cracked, corners worn; good and sound. Wright II, 257: "A joint temperance production of the Abbott brothers, Austin, Benjamin, and Lyman." Item #57485

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