Item Details

The Lady Lieutenant. .: A Wonderful, Startling and Thrilling Narrative of the Adventures of Miss Madeline Moore, Who, in Order to Be Near Her Lover, Joined the Army, Was Elected Lieutenant, and Fought in Western Virginia Under the Renowned General McClellan; And Afterwards at the Great Battle of Bull's Run. .

Format
Book
Published
Philadelphia : Published by Barclay & Co., 602 Arch St., Phila., [1864].
Language
English
Variant Title
Lady lieutenat, or The strange and thrilling adventures of Miss Madeline Moore
Strange and thrilling adventures of Miss Madeline More
Description
[4] unnumbered pages, 13-40 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Notes
"Her own and her lover's perilous adventures and hair-breadth escapes are herein graphically delineated. The reader may rely upon this narrative as being strictly authentic." -- Title page.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Imperfect: The illustration captioned "My captor still held me ..." that should be p. 21-22 is not present. Instead, a copy of the illustration captioned "Nobly the mottled animal ... " normally found as p. 31-32 is bound in its place. Another copy of "Nobly the mottled animal ... " is bound after p. 40. There is no illustration bound between p. 30 and 33. Original pictorial taupe wrappers; corner chipped. Clifton Waller Barrett Library, President's Fund, 2014/2015.
Technical Details
  • Access in Virgo Classic

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