Cincinnati: H.W. Derby, 1856. Leather. 314p. Ex-library. A hardcover book bound in golden-brown leather. Spine darkened and edges rubbed. Boards starting to crack off, but still holding well enough to be handled. Various library markings and stickers inside. Pages lightly foxed, but otherwise, text clean and pages securely attached. Item #174803
A scarce collection of speeches given upon the deaths of various public figures, such as John Quincy Adams and Henry Clay, as well as several Thanksgiving addresses. "Ohio School Library" blind-stamped on front cover.