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Thick medium 8vo., pp lxxxiv, [ii], 666 and with a portrait frontispiece. Publisher's emerald green cloth, titled in gilt over darker green panel, tinted endpapers. Printed dustjacket ( slightly frayed at edges, some dusting). A fine, privately owned, copy. ' Thomas Attwood Digges, of dubious repute, was a native of Maryland who lived abroad many years of his life (1724-1821). His Catholic family owned the estate across the Potomac from Mount Vernon ... He was also a diplomatic courier, passing letters to and from Franklin to David Hartley and to and from Henry Laurens when Laurens was imprisoned in the Tower late in 1780.'
Title: Letters of Thomas Attwood Digges (1742-1821).
Publisher: University of South Carolina Press, Columbia: 1982., 0
Book Condition: Fine
Jacket Condition: Very Good
kg: 1.00 kg
Seller ID: 006092
Keywords: eighteenth century, modern history, spying, Maryland, United States,