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C) (s g g "op Spanish-American War ow AND SEA By HON. HENRY WATTERSON NAVY
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DESIGN AND SCOPE ARTISTIC MERIT
This publication will The mechanical execumeet the wish of all who tion of the work is as perdesire a complete and au- fect as it is possible to thentic history of our war make it, although the subwith Spain, which has iect is one of transcendent brought lasting fame to interest; and its literary our army, and navy, and execution invests every honor to the whole people. heroic deed of endurance The author, Hon. Henry and sacrifice with romanWatterson, the brilliant tic charms, being based editor of the Louisville upon the highest motives Courier-Journal, has and yielding some of the traced those events, be- most remarkable results. ginning with the destruc- To preserve this, the tion of the Maine, which most lasting fame, all the led to the open rupture wealth of art and skill of of the long-lasting peace the photographers has between the two coun- been called into service. tries; and he has graph- The battles and other ica.11y described every events of the work are incident of note, the mak- graphically and dramaticing of the army and navy, ally presented in * over the two most zwonderful seventy-five beautiful naval engagements in all half-tone pictures and nuhistory, the blockading merous, magnific ent and invasion of Cuba, the double-page lithograph ilstorming of San Juan and A Large Octavo Volume of 650 Pages, lustrations, depicted from El Caney, the closing in Profusely Illustrated. life and printed in ten on Santiago and its sur- colors from photographs render, the assault and capture of Manila, and drawings from eyewitnesses, which virthe invasion of Porto Rico; and he discusses tually have given a continuous picture of the the subjects that have arisen from the war, conflict from beginning to end. Its portrayal viz.: Imperialism, Annexation and National of the struggles, thrilling and life-like, are Expansion, making a completely rounded fully presented in this remarkable book. story of one of the most remarkable episodes Not only is the outward appearance atin national life. This book is not a worked- tractive, but the letterpress is equally so. over history of the Cuban-Spanish War. It The page is a large, open type, royal octavo; is an authentic history of the Spanish-Amer- and the book is printed on beautiful paper, ican War. manufactured especially for it.
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