o. Frontispiece, color folding map of cemetery. Half-morocco and marbled boards with original wrappers bound-in (spine chipped, rubbed). Quarter-morocco folding case. Howes E-232. (2) " /> [LINCOLN -- GETTYSBURG ADDRESS]. EVERETT, Edward. <I>An Oration Delivered on The Battlefield of Gettysburg, (November 19, 1863) at the Consecration of the Cemetery.</I> New York, 1863. 8<V>o. Half cloth and marbled boards. FIRST EDITION IN BOOK FORM OF LINCOLN'S MOST CELEBRATED UTTERANCE. Lincoln's address appears on p.40, following the 29-page oration of Everett. Also included are reports of the dedication ceremonies, newspaper accounts of the battle and a speech of Seward. Lincoln's address is not mentioned on the title page. Howes E-233; Monaghan 193; Sabin 23263; Streeter 3:1747; <I>Printing and the Mind of Man</I> 351 ("Everett's speech, every word of which is now forgotten, lasted two hours, Lincoln's address...comprised ten sentences and took only a few minutes to deliver. From the first words--'Four score and seven years ago'-- to the last--'that government of the people, by the people, and for the people, shall not perish from the earth '--it is immortal, one of the supreme utterances of the principles of democratic freedom.") -- Another edition. Boston, 1864. 8<V>o. Frontispiece, color folding map of cemetery. Half-morocco and marbled boards with original wrappers bound-in (spine chipped, rubbed). Quarter-morocco folding case. Howes E-232. (2) | Christie's