Early Ohio, Harper's Monthly September 1885 John Murry, Labrador

Early Ohio, Harper's Monthly September 1885 John Murry, Labrador
Early Ohio, Harper's Monthly September 1885 John Murry, Labrador
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Publisher-Printing Location:  Harper & Brothers, New York
Date and Numbering: September, 1885 Volume LXXI, Number CCCCXXIV
Size and Page Count: 6.5 X 10" Tall, 195 pages, the back cover with advertisements and statement of Harper's New Monthly Magazine
Condition: Good, binding good, cover has small flaking at spine and some age yellowing, foxing, one advertisement missing, back cover has a corner missing, one page of adverisement unattached but present
Illustrations Information: 38 engravings

  ----An excellent opportunity for the collector, researcher or historian----

Articles and Information:

Illustration- "The Tiger Hunt" - Walters Collection Baltimore engraved by Frank French Statue by A.L.Barye Frontispiece
Labrador (first paper)  -By Charles Haight Farnham with 9 Illustrations: Map of St. Lawrence Coast, Haying, Unloading Cattle, Solitary Camp, Kippering Salmon, Cod-fish on the Rocks, Magpie Bay, Watching for Fish, County Court House, Almost Swamped, Drying Nets
The House of Murray -By Francis Espinasse with 12 illustrations from photos and drawings by S.F.Walker and A.H.H.Murray: House in Fleet Street, John Murray I, John Murray II as a child, John Murray II as a Young Man, Silver Urn, William Gifford, House #50 Albemarle Street (Looks simular present day!), Drawing Room # 50 Albemarle Street, Murray Trade Dinner, Murray Library at Newstead, Wimbledon, John Murray III
East Angels (chaps. XIV-XV)  -By Constance Fenimore Woolson
Impressions of the South  -By Charles Dudley Warner
The Earliest Settlement in Ohio  -By Alfred Mathews - with Illustrations from photos, prints and drawings: Powder-horn of Israel Putnam, Rufus Putnam, Manasseh Cutler, General Rufus Putnam's Land-office, Site of Marietta in 1788, Fort Harmar, Campus Martius, first home of the Pioneers, return Jonathan Meigs, Jun, Arthur St. Clair, Muskingum Academy, General Rufus Putnam House, Abraham Whipple, Marietta College, Ephraim Cutler, old IchaBod Frye House
When half-gods go, the Gods Arrive -By Julian Hawthorne with illustration by Frederic Dielman
Poem: The strength of the Hills  -By Louise Chandler Moulton
Sewage disposal in cities  -By J.S. Billings
Poem: Summer companions  -By A. F.

General Grant by Horace Porter with portrail

Antoine Louis Barye by Theodore Child engraved from George B. Wood's Photographs of Objects in the Walters Collection Baltimore with illustrations: Tiger devouring a Crocodile, Head of the Lion of the Tuileries, Moullin's Bust of Barye, Barye at the Age of Thirty-five, The Tiger Hunt, Lion and Boa-constrictor, Standing Bear, Lion and Serpent, Grand Prize of 1865, The Seine, Tiger and Hare, Tiger rolling on its Back, Two Young Bears fighting, Panther devouring a Gazelle
Across country with a Cavalry Column  -By Rufus Fairchild Zogbaum with Illustrations: The Ford, The Herd, Taps, Breaking Camp, A Halt
An old arithmetician  -By Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman
Indian summer (VIII-X)  -By William Dean Howells

Editor's Easy Chair by George William Curtis with illustrations
Editor's literary record with illustrations
Editor's historical record with illustrations
Editor's drawer -By J.C. Cabell with illustrations
Editor's drawer/Cartoon:  Tommy and the masheen
Editor's drawer/Poem: One of the pack-By George Parsons Lathrop


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