copyright 1892; J.B. Lippincott Company publishers, Philadelphia; hardbound; good condition with unmarked pages and strong binding; previous owner's inscription inside front cover - and small bookstore sticker; no dust jacket.
Excerpt from Manulito: Or, a Strange Friendship
At supper-time his wife chided him because he did not eat, but he allayed her anxiety. Supper being over, he told his wife he was going to mould some bullets, and again entered the room of the Indian. Stepping quickly to the old hearth, he touched the prepared wood, and at once there shot up a strong light, quivering and wavering on the opposite wall and on the ﬂoor, where, wrapped in his blanket, the Indian still lay.