Napoleon I. A Historical Lecture
Place Published: Amsterdam N. Y.
Publisher: Private Edition. C.P. Winegar, Book and Job printer, 149 Main Street 1868
Date Published: 1863
Binding: Soft Cover
Private edition. 9-1/2 x 6-1/4 inches, (3)--50pp. Self cover, unbound with only string binding along edge. Some old mildew and old water stains primarily in the outside border areas not affecting text otherwise good condition.
Rare to market publication on Napoleon I, Emperor of the French written by an unusual author.
Benjamin Paul Blood was an American philosopher, mystic, and poet. Blood was born in 1832 and lived for eighty-six years. During that time he wrote much, but unsystematically. His favorite form of publication was letters to newspapers, mainly local newspapers with a small circulation. These letters dealt with an astonishing diversity of subjects, from local petty politics or the tricks of spiritualist mediums to principles of industry and finance and profundities of metaphysics. quoted from H.M. Kallen
Good. Item #1160