Deeds of Daring, or, History of the Eighth N. Volunteer Cavalry, Containing a Complete Record of the Battles, Skirmishes, Marches, Etc. That the Gallant Eighth New York Cavalry Participated in, From its Organization in November, 1861, to the Close of the Rebellion in 1865, Compiled and Edited by Henry Norton. Norwich, NY: Chenango Telegraph Printing House, 1889.
DESCRIPTION: 1889, 1st Edition, 8vo (14cm x 20 cm), 185pp. W Frontispiece, Appendixes & Errata. Publisher's Original Dark Brown/Black Cloth w Gilt Title, Decorative End-Papers. CONDITION: In Very Good+ condition; with a strong spine showing no cracking or splitting, strong hinges showing no separation or starting, no loose or missing pages, and no annotations foxing or mold. Outer covers show noticeable rubbing and edge-wear: bumping and rubbing to the corners and edges, particularly the top right corner of the front board, and top left of rear (see Images 1 & 7); wear to cloth at the foot and crown spine (see Image 8); former owner's personal library stamp on the reverse of the title page (see Image 5).
All in all a nice example of a very rare volume. See Images 5 & 6 for complete Table of Contents.