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1 Jenkins, John H., ed. BY SOME PROVERDENSHUL SIR COME-STANSE
Austin Pemberton 1977 1st. Paper Very Good 
Magenta wrappers, gilt lettering, 8.5 x 14". 3 pp., calligraphy & design by Cynthia White Foster, introd. by Jenkins. A letter written in 1860 by Harriet Ann Vandonker of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, to William White in N.Y. Copy of original letter in rear. Christmas greeting from Jenkins family laid in. Some very unusual spelling. 
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2 Jenkins, John H., ed. BY SOME PROVERDENSHUL SIR COME-STANSE
Austin Pemberton 1977 1st. Wrs. Near Fine  
8.5 x 14". 3 pp. introd. by Jenkins. A letter written in 1860 by Harriet Ann Vandonker of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, to William White in N.Y. Christmas greeting card from Jenkins family laid in. Some very unusual spelling.  
Price: 30.00 USD
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3 Jenkins, John H., ed. BY SOME PROVERDENSHUL SIR COME-STANSE
Austin Pemberton 1977 1st. Paper Fine 
Magenta wrappers, 8.5 x 14", 5 pp., design & calligraphy by Cynthia White Foster, introd. by Jenkins. A letter written in 1860 by Harriet Ann Vandonker of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, to William White in N.Y. Copy of original in rear. Christmas greeting from Jenkins family. Some very unusual spelling. 
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4 Jenkins, John H., ed. THE CELEBRATED AND EXTRAORDINARY TRIAL OF COL. MONROE EDWARDS FOR FORGERY AND SWINDLING.
Austin Pemberton 1970 Pict. Wrs. Fine  
Folio (10x14"), stiff wrs with paper label, (16) pp. of tightly printed 4 column text. Introd. by Jenkins. Originally printed 1842. Edwards was notorious in Texas, Mexico, Cuba, England, & the U.S. as a swindler, forger, smuggler, slaver, thief & confidence man.  
Price: 35.00 USD
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