THE HIGHWAYMAN'S FATE; OR, HURRAH FOR THE ROAD (The New York Boys' Library Vol 111, No. 70

NY: Norman L. Munro, 1877. 1st Edition Thus. Soft cover. Juvenile periodical, issue No 70 of Vol III, of Munro's Boys Library series. Prolific juvenile adventure author Lea is not identified by name but rather as "by the author of Dick Turpin" a boy's series for which he was best known. The top of each page runs a subtitle "Paul Clifford", the highwayman made famous in the novel of the same name published in 1830 by English author Edward Bulwer-Lytton. The cover has an engraving of young man on horseback bearing the initials RTS. String bound, 32 pages, meaures approx 8.5" x 12", triple column, with New York Boys' Library titles #1 -#67 on last page. Undated, perhaps 1877, with Munro's Beekman St (NYC) address. Some incidental foxing, but a very presentable copy. Uncommon. Worldcat lists no copies. Very Good. Item #011616

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