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Sale 2503 Lot 6
(SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) Group of 3 London printings of important slavery narratives. 3 volumes in one. , ix, , 14-168; viii, 118, ; xv, , 87,  pages. 12mo, contemporary 1/2 calf, moderate wear, lacking spine label; lacking front endpapers; library number on backstrip. London: Charles Gilpin, 1849-51
Estimate $500 - 750
Narrative of the Life of William W. Brown, an American Slave. 3 full-page illustrations; lacks frontispiece, title page worn and detached. First published in Boston in 1847. "Thirteenth thousand," 1850 * The Life of Josiah Henson, Formerly a Slave. First published in Boston in 1849. "Fifth thousand," 1851 * The Fugitive Blacksmith, or, Events in the History of James W.C. Pennington. First published in London in 1849. Second edition, 1849.