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VIGILANTES OF MONTANA
Popular Justice in the Rocky Mountains, being a correct and impartial
narrative of the chase, trial, capture and execution of Henry Plummer's
Road Agent Band, together with accounts of the Lives and Crimes of many of
the Robbers and Desperadoes, the whole being interspersed with sketches of
Life in the Mining Camps of the "Far West."
Prof. Thos. J. Dimsdale. Second Edition. Virginia City,
Montana Territory: D. W. Tilton, Publisher, 1882. Original
publication, second edition; 241 pages. Original printed gray
wrappers; missing front wrapper, yet supplied in facsimile; spine and back
owner: William F. Ward of Ruby, Montana
very good; interior pages clean and bright; missing front wrap, however,
original back wrap is present; spine in strong and has been
RIFLE: And How To Use It.
a Description of that valuable Weapon in all its varieties, and an account
of its origin. By Hans Busk, M.A., First Lieutenant Victoria
Rifles. Third Edition, with illustrations. London: G.
Routledge & Co., Farrington Street. New York: 18 Beekman Street.
red-cloth binding with black leather, gold-printed spine; 181 pages, plus
2 pages of "Opinions" on the Second Edition, and 4 pages of
publishers advertisements for other books. London: Savill and
Edwards, Printers, Chandos Street. Second edition published in June
1858. Third edition published in September 1858. Bound by Bone
& Son, London.
very good; head of leather binding chipped; some light soiling on cloth
covers; interior binding very strong; interior pages clean and
bright. Book stamp: Tritch Hardware Company, Denver.
27th President of the United States
Howard Taft (BORN,
September 15, 1857 – DIED, March 8, 1930). Yale professor from 1913
to 1921. Taft was the twenty-seventh president of the United States,
serving from 1909 through 1913. Later, he was the tenth Chief Justice of
the United States, serving from 1921 through 1930. Taft was born in
Cincinnati, Ohio and graduated from Yale in 1878; then attended Cincinnati Law
School until 1880.
engraving by Jacques Reich. This is No. 15, Artist's Proof, from the
copper; signed by both William Howard Taft and Jacques Reich, copyrighted 1910,
from an original photograph, copyrighted by Moffat Studios, Chicago, 1909.
This copper engraved was done while Taft was President of the United States.
near fine; all original.