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Catalogue of the library of John H. Wheeler, the historian of North Carolina

Date: 1882 | Identifier: Z997.W54 C27 1882
Catalogue of the library of John H. Wheeler, the historian of North Carolina : comprising American history and biography, slavery, Civil War and Confederate publications, Indians, Mormons, Quakers, Masonry, scarce and valuable pamphlets and miscellaneous books. To be sold at auction Monday afernoon, April 24, 1882, and following days, at 3:30 o'clock, by Bands & Co. ... New York. [New York : Bangs & Co.], 1882. 81 p. ; 23 cm. At head of title: Monday, April 24, 1882 and following days at half-past three o'clock. more...
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Monday, April 24, 1882, and following days
At Half-Past Three o'clock.CATALOGUE
OF THE
LIBRARY
OF
JOHN H. WHEELER,

THE HISTORIAN OF NORTH CAROLINA,
COMPRISING
AMERICAN HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY,
Slavery, Civil War and Confederate Publications,
Indians, Mormons, Quakers, Masonry,
SCARCE AND VALUABLE PAMPHLETS
AND
MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS
TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION,
Monday Afternoon, April 24, 1882, and follow-
ing days, at 3.30 o'clock,
BY
BANGS & CO.,
739 and 741 Broadway, New York.
Sale to Begin at Half-Past Three o'clock.
[UNK] Buyers who cannot attend the sale, may have purchases made to their
order by the Auctioners.
N. B.—All bids should be made BY THE VOLUME and not by the LOT.








CATALOGUE.

1ANNALS OF ANNAPOLIS, from 1649 to 1812; Letters of Washington, etc. Edited by David Ridgely. 12mo, cloth. Plate. Baltimore, 1841
2THOMAS CLARKSON; a Contribution Towards the History of the Abolition of Slavery, etc. By James Elmes. 16mo, linen. London, 1854
3THE MOUNTAIN MUSE; Adventures of Daniel Boone, etc. By Daniel Bryan. 16mo, sheep. Harrisburg, 1813
4THE PIONEERS, PREACHERS AND PEOPLE of the Mississippi Valley. By W. H. Milburn. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1860
5THE CHRISTIAN WORLD UNMASKED. By John Berridge. 12mo, cloth.
6DUNCAN'S TRAVELS, through part of the United States and Canada, 1818-19. 2 vols., 12mo, boards. New York, 1823
7ZEPHYRS FROM ITALY AND SICILY. By Wm. M. Gould. 12mo, cloth. Plate. New York, 1852
8THE PUDDLEFORD PAPERS, or Humors of the West. By H. H. Riley. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1860
9KENDALL, G. W., Narrative of the Texan Santa Fe Expedition, Capture of the Texans, etc. 2 vols, 12mo, cloth. Map and Illustrations. New York, 1844
10COUSIN'S SECRET HISTORY OF THE FRENCH COURT, under Richelieu and Mazarin. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1859
11CARLYLE'S FRENCH REVOLUTION. 3 vols., 12mo, cloth, uncut. London and Boston, 1839
12THE EXILE, a Tale of St. Augustine. By Francis Fontaine. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1878
13SCENES IN THE SOUTH, and other Pieces. By Col. James R. Creecy. 12mo, cloth. Washington, 1860
14PARKER'S MINNESOTA HANDBOOK for 1856-’7, 12mo, half morocco. Map. Boston, 1857
15FABLES OF ÆSOP, and Others. Translated by Samuel Croxall. 12mo, half sheep. Illustrated with wood cuts. London, 1813
16THOMSON, J. L. Historical Sketches of the Late War between the United States and Great Britain, blended with Anecdotes of the Bravery of the American Sailors, Soldiers and Citizens, etc. 12mo, sheep. Steel Portraits and Illustrations. Phila., 1816
17JOURNAL OF THE LIFE, TRAVELS AND GOSPEL LABORS of that Faithful Servant and Minister of Christ, Job Scott. 16mo, sheep. New York, 1797
18KERCHEVAL, SAMUEL. History of the Valley of Virginia, 12mo, sheep. Winchester, 1833
19SCOTT'S LESSONS IN ELOCUTION, GESTURE, ETC. 12mo, sheep. Plates. Boston, 1811
20MEMOIRS OF MISS SIDNEY BIDULPH, from her own journal. By Mrs. Sheridan. 2 vols., 12mo, sheep. Dublin, 1782





21THE MORMONS; a History of their Rise and Progress, Peculiar Doctrine, etc., from Personal Observation. By Lieut. J. W. Gunnison. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1852
22CONVERTS FROM INFIDELITY; or, Lives of Eminent Individluals who have Renounced Lifetime Principles and Skeptica-Opinions and Embraced Christianity. By Andrew Crichton. 2 vols., 18mo, linen. Edinburgh, 1827
23LIFE OF REV. ROWLAND HILL. By Rev. Edwin Sidney. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1835
24LIVES AND EXPLOITS OF BANDITTI AND ROBBERS IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. By C. MacFarlane. 2 vols., 12mo, cloth. Engravings. London, 1833
25AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A NEW ENGLAND FARM HOUSE. By N. H. Chamberlain. 12mo, cloth. New York 1865
26ADDISON'S WORKS, (except Spectator,) collected by Tickell. 6 vols., 12mo, boards, uncut. Plates of Medols. N. Y., 1811
27THE ADDISON REUNION PAPERS. Compiled by Dr Chas. Billingslea. 12mo, cloth. Baltimore, 1871
28SKETCHES OF THE POETICAL LITERATURE of the past half-century. By D. M. Moir. 12mo, cloth. Edinburgh, 1852
29WHITTIER'S HOME BALLADS. 12mo, cloth. Autograph copy. Boston, 1860
30WHITTIER'S LITERARY RECREATIONS AND MISCELLANIES. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1854
31EVERETT, EDWARD. Life of Washington. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1860
32LOGAN, J. H. History of the Upper Country of South Carolina to the close of the War of Independence. Vol. 1, 12mo, cloth. Charleston, 1859
No more published. This volume treats wholly of the “Ancient Territory of the Cherokees,” and soid for $10 in the Fields’ sale.
33IK MARVEL'S FRESH GLEANINGS; a New Sheaf from the Old Fields of Continental Europe. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1847
34THE LOVE-LIFE OF DR. KANE. History, etc., of the Secret Marriage between E. K. Kane and Margaret Fox. 12mo, cloth. Fac simile and Portrait. New York, 1866
35DICTIONARY OF MUSICIANS, from earliest ages to present time, with summary of the History of Music, etc. 2 vols., 8vo, half morocco. London, 1827
36SOME ACCOUNT OF GENERAL JACKSON, drawn up from the Hon. Mr. Eaton's Narrative, etc. By a gentleman of the Baltimore bar. 12mo, sheep, gilt. Portrait. Baltimore, 1828
37MEMOIRS OF MADAME LAFARGE. 12mo, cloth. Phila., 1841
83CLAPP, W. W., JR. A Record of the Boston Stage. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1853
39MOULTRIE, WM. Memoirs of the American Revolution, so far as it related to North and South Carolina and Georgia, etc. 2 vols, 8vo, old sheep. New York, 1802
40THRILLING ADVENTURES AMONG THE EARLY SETTLERS. By Warren Wildwood, Esq. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. Phila., 1862
41AMERICA BEFORE EUROPE. By Count Agenor de Gasparin. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1862
42EUROPE AND THE ALLIES, of the Past and of To-day, with complete History of the Siege of Sebastopol, etc. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1855
43THE SYLPHS OF THE SEASONS, with other Poems. By Washington Allston. 12mo, boards. Boston, 1813





44NAPOLEON III in Italy, etc. By Mrs. Browning. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1860
45ROGERS, N. P. Collection from the newspaper writings of. 12mo. cloth. Concord, 1847
46PAULDING, J. K. The Backwoodsman. 12mo, boards, uncut. Philadelphia, 1818
47HOTTEN, J. C. Literary Copyright. 12mo. cloth. London, 1871
48CHAPTERS ON CHURCHYARDS. By Caroline Southey. 12mo cloth. New York, 1842
49EDWARDS, JONATHAN. Sermons on Future Punishments, Eterternity of Hell, Torments, etc. 12mo, sheep. Hartford, 1780
50WHITE, REV. HENRY. The Early History of New England, illustrated by numerous interesting incidents. 12mo, sheep. Boston, 1822
51BOWRING'S SPECIMENS OF THE RUSSIAN POETS. 12mo, mottled sheep. Concord, 1841
52REMARKABLE PASSAGES in the Life of the Hon. Col. James Gardiner. By P. Doddridge. 16mo, sheep. Exeter, 1795
53THE LAND OF POWHATAN. By a Virginian. Baltimore, 1821; also, The British Spy. By Wm. Wirt. Newburyport, 1804. In 1 vol, 16mo, sheep.
54THE OREGON TERRITORY, and British North American Fur Trade; Account of Habits and Customs of Native Tribes, etc. By John Dunn. 16mo, paper, uncut. Phila., 1845
55MEMOIRS OF MAJOR ROBERT STOBO, of the Virginia Regiment. 16mo, cloth. Map. Pittsburgh, 1854
56SAXE, J. G. The Money-King, and other Poems. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1860
57THEODORE PARKER'S EXPERIENCE AS A MINISTER; His Early Life, etc. 8vo, cloth. Boston, 1859
58CHAPIN, Rev. E. H. Humanity in the City. 12mo, cloth. N.Y.
59MUSICAL SKETCHES. By Elise Polko. 12mo, cloth. Phila., 1864.
60DESGUAYS’ RELIGIOUS PHILOSOPHY; Letters to a Man of the World. 12mo, cloth.
61A DISCOURSE ON ARTIFICIAL BEAUTY, in Point of Conscience between the Ladies, with some Satyrical Censures on the Vulgar Errors of these Times. 16mo. sheep Plate. Lond., 1662
62NARRATIVE OF THE SHIPWRECK, CAPTIVITY AND SUFFERINGS of Horace Holden and Benj. H. Nute, cast a way in the American ship “Mentor,” on the Pelew Islands in 1832, etc. 16mo, cloth. Illustrated. Boston, 1836
63FLEETWOOD; or, the New Man of Feeling. By Wm. Goodwin. 2 vols., 12mo, sheep. Alexandria, 1805
64HOWITTS’ HOMES AND HAUNTS OF THE BRITISH POETS, with illustrations, by Hewet. 2 vols., 12mo, cloth. N. Y., 1847
65IMPRESSIONS OF AMERICA IN 1833-’4-’5. By Tyrone Power. 2 vols., 12mo, boards. Philadelphia, 1836
66THE DAY-STAR OF AMERICAN FREEDOM; or the Birth and Early Growth of Toleration in Maryland, etc. By G. L. Davis. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1855
67PLINY UPON TRAJAN. An Address of Thanks to a Good Prince. 12mo, sheep. London, 1686
68AMERICA AND THE AMERICANS. By Achille Murat. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1849
69MEMOIR AND POEMS of PHILLIS WHEATLEY; also, Poems by a Slave. 16mo, cloth. Boston, 1838





70DOCUMENTS AND LETTERS, intended to illustrate the Revolutionary Incidents of Queens county, with connecting Narratives, etc.; also, Revolutionary Incidents of Suffolk and Kings counties, with Account of the Battle of Long Island and the British Prisons and Prison-ships at New York. By Henry Onderdonk, Jr. Two volumes in one, 12mo, cloth. Map. New York, 1846-’49
Presentation copy. Menzies’ copy brought $11 per volume
71LIFE AND TIMES OF GEN. SAM. DALE, the Mississippi Partisan. By J. F. H. Claiborne. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. New York, 1860
72MATHER, COTTON. Essays to do Good. 12mo, boards, uncut. London, 1808
73BURNET, GILBERT. Some Passages in the Life and Death of John, Earl of Rochester, etc., with account of the same. By Dr. Samuel Johnson. 12mo, sheep. London, 1787
74REVOLUTIONARY INCIDENTS, and Sketches of Character in the “Old North State.” By the Rev. E. W. Caruthers. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1854
75WALSH'S DIDACTICS. Social, Literary, and Political. 2 vols, 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1836
76THREE DAYS IN MEMPHIS. Sketches of the Public and Private Life of the Old Egyptians. By Dr. Max Uhleman. 12mo, cloth.
77LIFE OF THOMAS MORRIS, U. S. Senator from 1833 to 1839. Edited by his son, B. F. Morris. 12mo, cloth. Cincinnati, 1856
78O'DONOVAN, JEREMIAH. Account of the Author's Interview with his Countrymen, etc., etc., during his travels through the States in 1854—’5. 12mo, half-morocco. Pittsburg, 1860
79ENFIELD'S SPEAKER. 12mo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1807
80KEATE, GEORGE. Sketches from Nature. Taken and colored in a Journey to Margate. 12mo, sheep. Boston, 1793
81THE ROMANCE OF THE REVOLUTION; Personal Adventures, Romantic Incidents, etc. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. N.Y., 1857
82THE AMERICAN ORATOR. By Increase Cooke. 12mo, sheep. New Haven, 1818
83SEQUEL DITTO. 12mo, sheep. Portrait of Shakespeare.
84THE VIRGINIAN ORATOR. By Thomas E. Birch. 12mo, sheep. Richmond, 1808
85THE AMERICAN'S GUIDE; Constitutions of the Various States, etc. 12mo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1832
86LETTERS OF ANN COOK, LATE MRS. BEAUCHAMP, to her Friend in Maryland; Containing a short History of the Life of that Remarkable Woman, the Tragic Death of her Seducer, etc. 8vo, boards, uncut. Washington, 1826
87DOMESTIC HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. By Mrs. Ellet. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1850
88NAPOLEON LOUIS BONAPARTE, First President of France. By Henry Wikoff. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1849
89SAWYER, FREDERICK W. Hits at American Whims, etc. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1860
90THE LOOKER-ON. By the Rev. Simon Olive Branch. 2 vols, 12mo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1796
91SCENES AND ADVENTURES IN THE ARMY; or, Romance of Military Life. By P. St. G. Cooke. 12mo, cloth. Phila., 1857
92MEMOIRS AND WRITINGS OF PROF. NATHAN W. FISKE, of Amherst. By H. Humphrey. 12mo, cloth.





93YOUNG, EDWARD. Works of the Author of Night Thoughts. 3 vols., 12mo, sheep. Plates. London, 1792
94NARRATIVE OF A JOURNEY TO THE SUMMIT OF MOUNT BLANC, 1819 By Wm. Howard. 8vo, half sheep. Baltimore, 1821.
95EMMONS, COL. WM. The Battle of Bunker Hill, etc. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1865
96CHARCOAL SKETCHES; or, Scenes in a Metropolis; first and second series. By Joseph C. Neal; illustated by D. C. Johnston and Darley. 12mo, paper and half sheep.
97THE TIN TRUMPET; or, Heads and Tails for the Wise and Waggish. 8vo, cloth, uncut, gilt top. New York, 1859
98THE BLACK BOOK; Travels in the United States. By Mrs. Anne Royall. 2 vols. in 1, 8vo, sheep. Washington, 1828
99MY POCKET-BOOK; or, Hints for a Rhyte Merrie and Conceited Tour, in quarto, to be called The Stranger in Ireland, in 1805, by a Knight Errant, New York, 1807; also, The Cutter, in five lectures upon the Art and Practice of Cutting Friends, Acquaintances and Relations; New York, 1808, with Plates, both in 1 vol, 12mo, half sheep.
100INDECISION, and other Poems. By J. K. Mitchel, M. D. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1839
101BRITISH CLASSICS. The Rambler, 4 vols.; Goldsmith's Essays, 1 vol.; The Idler, 2 vols.; Citizen of the World, 2 vols. In all 9 vols. 12mo, sheep. Plates. Philadelphia, 1803
102CORYAT'S CRUDITIES, hastily gobbled up in four months’ travels in France. Italy, Helvetia, &c.; reprinted from the edition of 1611, with his Letters from India, &c., &c. 3 vols, 8vo, calf. Portrait and Plates. “This rare edition” $25.—Bouton. Lond., 1776
103DRYDEN'S POETICAL WORKS. 5 vols., 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1854
104MOORE'S (THOMAS) WORKS. 6 vols., 16mo, boards, uncut. Plates. New York, 1821
105POEMS. By John Marriott. 16mo, sheep. New Bedford, 1805
106THE TALISMAN for 1828, 1829, 1830. 3 vols., 12mo, half morocco, gilt top, uncut. Plates. Philadelphia.
107HENRY, J. J. Accurate and Interesting Account of the Hardships and Sufferings of that Band of Heroes who traversed the Wilderness in the Campaign against Quebec, 1795. 16mo, sheep. Lancaster, 1812
108A NEW HOME—WHO'LL FOLLOW? or, Glimpses of Western Life. By Mrs. Mary Clavers. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1841
109TYLER, SAMUEL. The Progress of Philosophy. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1868
110OUR LIVING REPRESENTATIVE MEN. By John Savage. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1868
111MEMOIRS OF A NULLIFIER, (a Native of the South.) Written by himself. 8vo, boards, uncut. Columbia, S. C., 1832
112THE BLOCK-HOUSE; a Western Story, and others. 12mo, cloth. No title page.
113EPHEMERA. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1852
114NEW YORK ARISTOCRACY; or, Gems of Japonica-dom. By “Joseph.” 12mo, boards. Illustrated. New York, 1851
115NOTHING TO WEAR. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated by Hoppin. New York, 1857
116BARLOW, JOEL. Vision of Columbus. 18mo, sheep. Balto., 1814
117PILKINGTON'S MEMOIRS of Celebrated Female Characters in Every Age and Nation, etc. 18mo, calf, gilt. Portraits. London, 1804





118GUIDE TO PLYMOUTH, and Recollections of the Pilgrims. By W. S. Russell; also, Airs of the Pilgrims; with music, etc. 16mo, cloth. Map and Plates. Boston, 1846
119SHERWOOD'S GAZETTEER OF GEORGIA. 16mo, morocco, gilt. Maps. Philadelphia, 1829
120TANNER'S GEOGRAPHICAL, HISTORICAL AND STATISTICAL View of the Central U.S.; their Early Settlements, etc., etc.; thick 16mo, cloth. Maps. Philadelphia, 1841
121WOODES, ROGERS. Cruising Voyage Round the World, 1708-’11, with Description of Various Countries; also, An Account of Alexander Selkirk's living alone four years and four months on an Island, etc.; also, an Appendix, Containing Description—with Maps—of Mexico, Peru, and Chili. 8vo, calf. London, 1712
122THE NORTH CAROLINA READER. Containing a History and Description of N. C., with Historical and Chronological Tables, etc. By C. H. Wiley. 8vo, half sheep. Interleaved. Illustrated. Philadelphia.
123BALDWIN'S PRONOUNCING GAZETTEER OF THE WORLD. With Appendix of over 10,000 additional names of Towns, etc., in the U. S. Thick 12mo, half sheep. Philadelphia, 1851
124CARVER'S TRAVELS THROUGH THE INTERIOR PARTS OF NORTH America, in 1766—’67, and ’68. 8vo, calf. Two Maps, fine Portrait, and four colored plates. London, 1781
Good copy of the best edition.
125SCOTT, JOSEPH. Geographical Dictionary of the U. S., Containing a general description of each State, with succinct account of Indiana, Michigan, and Upper and Lower Louisiana, Territories, etc. 8vo, sheep. Map. Philadelphia, 1805.
126THE UNITED STATES, CUBA AND CANADA. By the Hon. Amelia Murray. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1856
127HISTORIA DE MEXICO, escrita par su Esclarecido Conquistador Hernan Cortes: Aumentada con otros documentos y notas por D. Francisco Antoni Lorenzana. Thick 8vo. old calf, gilt. Plates. New York, 1828
128HUME'S AND SMOLLETT'S HISTORY OF ENGLAND. 2 vols., 8vo, calf. Portraits and Plates from Designs by Smirke. London, 1825
129HUTTON'S MATHEMATICS. 2 vols., 8vo, sheep. N. Y., 1818
130THE SKETCH BOOK OF GEOFFRAY CRAYON, Gent. 2 vols., 8vo, half sheep. First Edition. New York, 1819-20
131MEMOIRS OF WM. SAMPSON; with his History of Ireland, the Dungeons of the Inquisition, etc. 8vo, sheep. N. Y., 1807
132MEARES, JOHN; Voyages from China and Bengal in 1786, 1788-9, to the Northwest Coast of America, with an Account of the Trade Between those Places and America; also, Observations on the Probable Existence of a Northwest Passage, etc. 2 vols., 8vo, half calf, gilt. marbled edges. Numerous Plates and Portraits of Natives. Fine copy. Very scarce. Lond; 1791
133COOPER, J. F. History of the Navy of the United States. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth. Portraits and Plate. Paris, 1839
134BOOK OF THE COURT; Exhibiting the History, Duties, and Privileges of the several ranks of the English Nobility and Gentry, forms of Court Etiquette, etc., and Account of the Coronation Ceremony. By Wm T. Thoms. Square 8vo, cloth, uncut. London, 1844





135MEMOIRS OF THE RHODE ISLAND BAR. By Wilkins Updike. 8vo, cloth. Boston, 1842
136ST. CLAIR. Narrative of the manner in which the campaign against the Indians in 1791 was conducted under the Command of Major-General St. Clair, with his Observations on the Statements of the Secretary of War, &c., &c. 8vo, half Russia. Portrait. Philadelphia, 1812
137THE ROLLIAD. Probationary Odes for the Laureateship, and Political Miscellanies. 8vo, calf. Plate. London, 1795
138BENGER, MISS. Memoirs of Mary Queen of Scots. 2 vols., 8vo, half calf. Portrait. London, 1825
139AMERICAN BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY; or, Remembrance of Departed Heroes, Sages and Statesmen who have signalized themselves in the Revolutionary War. Compiled by Thomas J. Rogers. 8vo, sheep. Easton, Pennsylvania, 1824
140LETTERS OF LORD NELSON TO LADY HAMILTON, with supplement and Interesting Letters by Distinguished characters. 2 vols., 8vo, full calf, extra. London, 1814
141DRYDEN’s Miscellaneous Works, containing all his Original Poems, Tales and Translations. Edited by Samuel Derrick. 4 vols., 8vo, old calf, gilt. London, 1760
142RAMSEY, DAVID. History of South Carolina, from 1670 to 1808. 2 vols., 8vo, boards. Charleston, 1809
143MONUMENT TO THE MEMORY OF GEN. ANDREW JACKSON; twenty-five Eulogies and Sermons delivered on his death, etc. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1848
144TROLLOPE, ANTHONY. North America. 12mo, cloth, 2 vols. in 1. Philadelphia, 1862
145LIFE OF ESTHER DE BERDT, afterward Esther Reed of Pennsylvania. By Wm. B. Reed. 12mo, cloth. Privately printed. Philadelphia, 1853
146BOTHWELL. By W. E. Aytoun. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1856
147CAREY, H. C. The Slave Trade, Domestic and Foreign, why it exists and how it may be extinguished. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1856
148HALL, A. OAKEY. The Manhattaner in New Orleans; or, Phases of Crescent City Life. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1851
149PARA; or, Scenes and Adventures on the Banks of the Amazon. By J. E. Warren. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1851
150EL GRINGO; or, New Mexico and Her People. By W. W. H. Davis. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1857
151NOTIONS OF THE AMERICANS picked up by a Travelling Bachelor. 2 vols., 12mo., paper. Philadelphia, 1843
152MEMOIRS OF MRS. JOANNA BETHUNE. By her son, Rev. G. W. Bethune. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. New York, 1863
153GALLERY OF PORTRAITS OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY. Supposed to be written by Count de Mirabeau. 2 vols., 12mo, sheep. London, 1790
Once belonged to Wm. Wirt, and has his autograph.
154THE RIGHT MORAL INFLUENCE AND USE OF LIBERAL STUDIES. By Julian C. Verplanck. 12mo, muslin. New York, 1833
155ROSINE LAVAL. By Mr. Smith. 12mo, boards. Phila., 1833
156FIDLER'S OBSERVATIONS ON PROFESSIONS, LITERATURE, MANNERS, etc., in the United States and Canada, in 1832. 12mo, muslin. New York, 1833
157POEMS ON MISCELLANEOUS SUBJECTS. By N. Brashears. 8vo, boards, uncut. Washington, 1826





158THE ISTHMUS OF DARIAN IN 1852; Expedition of Inquiry for the Junction of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. By Lionel Gisborne. 8vo, cloth. Four maps. Scarce. Phila., 1854
159POEMS, (Life Drama, etc.) By Alexander Smith. 16mo, cloth. Boston, 1853
160TENNYSON'S ENOCH ARDEN. 16mo, cloth.
161ARNO'S VALE. By William Brodie. Square 12mo, full morocco, gilt, stamped. Washington, 1861
162LETTERS OF LADY RUSSELL. 12mo, cloth.
163SECRET PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES of the Philadelphia Convention, 1787, for Forming the Constitution of the United States, etc., including the “Genuine Information.” By Luther Martin, Esq. 8vo, cloth. Richmond, 1839
164THE BAKED HEAD, and Other Tales. 12mo, cloth.
165MISCELLANEOUS POEMS. By Ann Stuart Thompson, of New York. 16mo, cloth. London, 1864
166THE RIVALS; A Tale of the Times of Aaron Burr and Alexander Hamilton. By Hon. Jere Clemens. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1860.
167THE MAN OF THE NORTH AND THE MAN OF THE SOUTH; or, the Influence of Climate. Ch. Victor de Bonstetten. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1864
168PETER SCHLEMIHL IN AMERICA. 12mo, cloth. Phila., 1848
169TRIALS OF THE HON. JAMES WORKMAN AND COL. LEWIS KERR on a charge of High Misdemeanor in Planning and Setting on Foot an Expedition for the Conquest and Emancipation of Mexico. 8vo, paper, uncut. New Orleans, 1807
170LIFE AND TRAVELS OF JOHN W. BEAR, the “Buckeye Blacksmith.” By himself. 12mo, cloth. Baltimore, 1873
171MEMORANDA OF THE LIFE OF JENNY LIND. By N. P. Willis. 12mo, cloth. Portrait. Philadelphia, 1851
172COMLY, JOHN. Journal of the Life, Labors and Travels in New York, New England and Pennsylvania. Published by his Children. 8vo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1853
173PIECES OF IRISH HISTORY, illustrative of the Condition of the Catholics of Ireland, the Origin and Progress of the United Irishmen and their transactions with the Anglo-Irish Government, etc. Published by W. J. MacNeven. 8vo, boards, New York, 1807
174HUMPHREYS, COL. DAVID. Essay on the Life of Major General Putnam, with Historical Sketch of the Bunker Hill Battle, by J. Swett. In 1 vol., 12mo, sheep. Boston, 1818
175SALAD FOR THE SOCIAL. 12mo, cloth.
176BEECHER, H. W. Star Papers, or Experiences of Art and Nature. First series. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1855
177—— NORWOOD. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated.
178RECOLLECTIONS OF A LIFETIME; or, Men and Things I have Seen, etc. By S. G. Goodrich. 2 vols., large 12mo, cloth. New York, 1857
179LITERATURE IN LETTERS; or, Manners, Art, Criticism, etc., illustrated in the Correspondence of Eminent Persons. Edited by J. P. Holcombe. 8vo, cloth, gilt top. New York, 1866
180ESSAYS AND TALES IN PROSE. By Barry Cornwall. 2 vols., 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1853
181THE CARAFAS OF MADDALONI; Naples under Spanish Dominion. By De Reumont. Bohn Edition.





182DESPOTISM; or, The Last Days of the American Republic. By “Invisible Sam.” 12mo, cloth. New York, 1856
183THE SHAVING OF SHAGPAT; an Arabian Entertainment. By George Meredith. 8vo, half morocco. London, 1856
184MAN AND HIS MIGRATIONS. By R. G. Latham. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1852
185THE BOOK OF THE BOUDOIR. By Lady Morgan. 2 vols., 8vo, boards. New York, 1829
186EMERSON, R. W. English Traits. 12mo, cloth.
187HABITS AND MEN. By Dr. Doran. 12mo, cloth.
188REES’ FOOTPRINTS OF A LETTER-CARRIER; or, A History of the World's Correspondence, etc.
189A CENTURY OF GOSSIP. By Willard G. Nash. 12mo, cloth. Chicago, 1876
190MERRY TALES OF THE THREE WISE MEN OF GOTHAM, 8vo, boards. New York, 1826
191WESTWARD EMPIRE; or, The Great Drama of Human Progress. By E. L. Magoon. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1856
192MERRY MOUNT; a Romance of the Massachusetts Colony. By J. Lathrop Motley. 2 vols. in 1. 12mo, cloth. N. Y., 1849
193ENGLISH ITEMS. By Matt. F. Ward. 12mo, cloth.
194THE DIARY OF A SAMARITAN. By a Member of the Howard Association of New Orleans. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1860
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225RUSH, BENJAMIN. Essays, Literary and Philosophical. 8vo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1806
226LIFE AND STUDIES OF BENJAMIN WEST, prior to his arrival in England. By John Galt. 8vo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1816
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235PHILOSOPHICAL, Polemical, Amatory, and other works of Cyrus W. Hart, in Prose and Verse. 12mo, sheep. Cincinnati, 1844
236PROSE AND VERSE, from the Portfolio of an Editor. By Isaac C. Pray. Jr. 12mo, muslin. Boston, 1836
237STONE, WM. L The Poetry and History of Wyoming. 12mo, half calf, gilt, marbled edges, neat. Portrait. Albany, N.Y., 1864
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239THE MAID OF PERU, with other Poems. By George Yellott. 12mo, cloth. Baltimore, 1848
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242ENGLAND IN 1835. By Frederick Von Raumer. 3 vols., 8vo, cloth. London, 1836
243ROOKWOOD. By W. H. Ainsworth. 8vo, cloth. Illustrated by George Cruikshank. London, 1851
244A TOUR OF DUTY IN CALIFORNIA, including a Description of the Gold Region, &c. By J. W. Revere, United States Navy. 12mo, cloth. Map and Plates. New York, 1849
245ODDMENTS OF ANDEAN DIPLOMACY, and other Oddments. By Hinton Rowan Helper. 12mo, cloth. St. Louis, 1879
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247FROM LIVERPOOL TO ST. LOUIS. By the Rev. Newman Hall. 16mo, cloth. London, 1870
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249MODERN GREECE. By Henry M. Baird. 12mo, cloth. Map and Illustrations.
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253SKETCHES AND ECCENTRICITIES of Colonel David Crockett, of West Tennessee. 12mo, cloth. N. Y., 1847
254CITY POEMS. By Alexander Smith. 12mo, cloth.
255IOWA AS IT IS. By N. H. Parker. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. Chicago, 1855
256THE SECRETS OF INTERNAL REVENUE, (Exposing the Whisky Ring, Gold Ring, etc., etc.) By U. S. Vidocq. 8vo, cloth. Illustrated. Phila., 1870
257SQUIER, E. G. Nicaragua; its People, Scenery, Monuments, etc. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth. Numerous maps and colored illustrations. N. Y., 1852
258—— Notes on Central America. 8vo, cloth. Maps and Plates. N. Y., 1855
259SPRAGUE, JOHN T. Origin, Progress and Conclusion of the Florida War. 8vo, cloth. Illustrated. N. Y., 1848
260MAN AND NATURE. By George P. Marsh. 8vo,cloth. N. Y., 1864
261FIELD'S SCRAP-BOOK. 8vo, cloth. Phila., 1807





262LAW'S COLONIAL HISTORY OF VINCENNES, INDIANA, under the French, British and American Governments. 8vo, cloth. Vincennes, 1858
263HISTORY OF MADISON COUNTY, INDIANA, from 1829 to 1874. By Samuel Harden. 8vo, cloth 1874
264HISTORY OF INDIANA, from its earliest Exploration to the Close of the Territorial Government in 1816 and Continued to 1856. By John B. Dillon. 8vo, paper. Maps and Plates. Indianapolis, 1859.
265HISTORY OF FORT WAYNE FROM THE EARLIEST KNOWN ACCOUNTS; Embracing an Extended View of the Aboriginal Tribes of the Northwest, especially the Miamis, their Habits, Customs, etc. By Wallace A. Brice. 8vo, cloth. Illustrated. Fort Wayne, 1868
266RHODE ISLAND. Historical Discourse on the Civil and Religious Affairs of the Colony of Rhode Island. By John Callendar; with Memoir of the Author; Biographical Notices of Some of his Distinguished Contemporaries; Annotations and Original Documents illustrative of History of Rhode Island, etc., by Romeo Elton. 8vo, cloth. Boston, 1843
267AN INQUIRY INTO THE FORMATION OF WASHINGTON'S FAREWELL ADDRESS. By Horace Binney. 8vo, cloth. Phila., 1809
268OBSERVATIONS ON THE WRITINGS OF THOMAS JEFFERSON, with Particular Reference to the Attack they contain on the Memory of the late Gen. Henry Lee. By H. Lee. 8vo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1839
269CARROLL, B. R. Historical Collections of South Carolina; embracing many Rare and Valuable Pamphlets and other Documents relating to the History of thta State from its First Discovery, etc. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth. Map. New York, 1836
270LEE, H. The Campaign of 1781 in the Carolinas, with Remarks Historical and Critical on Johnson's Life of Greene; also Original Documents relating to the History of the Revolution. 8vo, paper, uncut. Philadelphia, 1824
271NORMAN'S RAMBLES IN YUCATAN; including a Visit to the Remarkable Ruins of Chi-chen, Kabah, Zayi and Uxmal. 8vo, cloth. Plates and cuts. New York, 1848
272MEMOIR OF THE LIFE OF THE RT. REV. RICHARD CHANNY MOORE, Bishop of the P. E. Church in the Diocese of Virginia. By J. P. K. Henshaw. 8vo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1843
273JONES’ HISTORY OF THE EARLY SETTLEMENT OF THE JUNIATA VALLEY; Account of the Early Pioneers; Massacres and Abductions by the Indians, etc., etc. 8vo, cloth. Illustrated. Philadelphia, 1856
274CIVIL AND POLITICAL HISTORY OF NEW JERSEY, from its Early Discovery and Settlement. By Isaac S. Mulford. 8vo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1851
275INAUGURATION OF THE STATUE OF WARREN, by the Bunker Hill Monument Association, July 17, 1857. 8vo, cloth. 2 Portraits. Boston, 1858
276POEMS BY ANNE C. LYNCH. 8vo, cloth. Illustrated by Darley, etc. New York, 1852
277SHADOW AND SUBSTANCE. By Charles H. Bennett and Ro bert B. Brough. 8vo, cloth, gilt. 30 full-page colored plates, (caricatures.) London, 1860
278THE KUZZILBASH; a Tale of Khorasan. 2 vols., 8vo, boards, uncut. New York, 1828





279TRADITIONS AND REMINISCENCES; Incidents and Anecdotes of the American Revolution in the South. By Joseph Johnson, M. D. 8vo, cloth. Maps. Charleston, 1857
280PORTRAITS OF EMINENT AMERICANS NOW LIVING, with Biographical and Historical Memoirs. By John Livingstone. 2 vols., 8vo, full green Turkey morocco, gilt stamped and gilt edges. 104 fine steel Portraits New York, 1853
281BOUTON, NATHANIEL. History of Concord, from 1725 to 1853, with History of the Ancient Penacooks and numerous interesting Incidents and Anecdotes. 8vo, paper. Portraits and Plates. Concord, 1856
282RIVERS, W. J. Sketch of the History of South Carolina to the Close of the Proprietary Government by the Revolution of 1719. 8vo, cloth. Charleston, 1856
283BOTTA'S HISTORY OF THE WAR OF INDEPENDENCE. 2 vols., 8vo, sheep, gilt. Illustrated. New Haven, 1834
284SIMCOE'S MILITARY JOURNAL. History of the Operations of a Partisan Corps called the Queen's Rangers, Commanded by Lieut-Col. J. G. Simcoe during the Revolution. 8vo, boards. 10 Maps. New York, 1844
285GREENHOW, ROBERT. History of Oregon and California and the other Territories, on the N. W. Coast of North America. 8vo, paper, uncut. Map, etc. Boston, 1845
286GRAY, W. H. History of Oregon, 1792-1849. 8vo. Portland, 1870
287ILLINOIS IN 1837. Rivers, Minerals Animals, etc., etc., with Sketches of the Countries, Cities, etc. 8vo, boards. Philadelphia, 1837
288RAMBLES ABOUT PORTSMOUTH. Second Series. Sketches, of Persons, Localities, and Incidents of Two Centuries. By Charles W. Brewster. 8vo, cloth. Portsmouth, 1869
289BRACKENRIDGE, H. M. History of the Insurrection in Western Pennsylvania, called the “Whisky Insurrection,” 1794. 8vo, cloth. Pittsburg, 1859
290WETMORE'S GAZETTEER OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI. With Frontier Sketches and Illustrations of Indian Character, etc. 8vo, cloth. St. Louis, 1837
291SMEETON'S REPRINTS. The Life and Character of King James, by Sir A. W.; Historical and Critical Account of Hugh Peters; Remarks on the Life and Death of Mr. Blood; Historical Account of the Heroick Life and Magnanimous Actions of James, Duke of Monmouth, etc. In 1 vol., small quarto, half calf. With Portraits’ London, G. Smeeton, 1817-’20
292MANUAL OF ASTROLOGY; or. The Book for the Stars. Art of Foretelling Future Events, etc. By “Raphael.” 8vo, sheep. Plates. London, 1828
293PSYCHE; with other Poems. By Mrs. Henry Tighe. 8vo, calf, gilt. Portrait. London, 1811
294POEMS AND TRANSLATIONS. By Emma Lazarus. 8vo, cloth, uncut, gilt top. For private circulation. N. Y., 1866
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295CœLEBS IN SEARCH OF A WIFE, 2 vols.; Celia in Search of a Husband, 2 vols. Together 4 vols., 12mo, sheep. Lond., 1809
296WORKS OF FRANCIS OSBORN. Advice to a Son; Memoires on Q. Elizabeth and K. James; Essays, Paradoxes, etc. 12mo, sheep. London, 1682
297MEMOIRS OF JAMES GORDON BENNETT AND HIS TIMES. By a Journalist. 12mo, cloth. Portrait. New York, 1855.





298MEMOIRS AND LETTERS OF NINON DE L'ENCLOS. 12mo, half sheep. Philadelphia, 1806
299SIX MONTHS IN KANSAS. By a Lady. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1856
300REMARKS ON THE UNITED STATES, with regard to the Actual State of Europe. By Henry Duhring. 8vo, muslin. Lond., 1833
301REMINISCENCES OF RUFUS CHOATE. By Edward G. Parker. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1860
302POLITICAL WRITINGS OF WILLIAM LEGGETT, with Preface by Theodore Sedgwick, Jr. 2 vols. in 1. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1840
303CHURCH MANUAL for the Members of the First Presbyterian Church, Newark, N. J., with Brief History of the Church. 12mo, boards. Newark, 1827
304HISTORICAL STUDIES. By G. W. Greene. 12mo. cloth. New York, 1850
305LEGISLATIVE MANUAL AND POLITICAL REGISTER OF NORTH CAROLINA. Compiled by John H. Wheeler. View of the State House and Political Map of the State. 8vo, cloth. Raleigh, 1874
306JEFFERSON'S NOTES ON VIRGINIA, with the Appendices, Complete; also his Inaugural Address and State Papers. In 1 vol., 8vo, sheep. Baltimore, 1800
307XENOPHON'S CYROPæDIA; or, The Institution of Cryrus. Translated by Ashley. 8vo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1810
308LAFAYETTE. Memoirs, Correspondence and Manuscripts of General Lafayette. Published by his family. 8vo, cloth. N. Y., 1838.
309GAZETTEER OF UPPER CANADA, with Appendix describing the principal Towns, Fortifications etc., in Lower Canada. 8vo, boards. Maps. N. Y., 1813
310GRIFFITH'S MAP OF MARYLAND, describing the Situation of Cities, Towns, Villages, Houses of Worship, etc. 54 by 30 inches. Baltimore, 1794
311HISTORICAL CHART. Declaration of Independence; Statistical Record of Signers, with Autographs, etc. 39 by 32 inches. Folded in case.
312BRACEBRIDGE HALL; or, The Humorists, a Medley. By Geoffray Crayon, Gent. 2 vols., 8vo, half red morocco, yellow edges. N. Y., 1822
First edition.
313WORKS OF FISHER AMES. Edited by his son. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth. Boston, 1854
314HISTORY OF THE HARTFORD CONVENTION, ETC. By Theodore Dwight. 8vo, muslin. N. Y., 1833
315RAMSEY'S ANNALS OF TENNESSEE TO THE END OF THE 18TH CENTURY; Its Settlement as the “Watauga Association.” etc. 8vo, cloth. Map. Philadelphia, 1853
316LECTURES ON THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS AND ON THE LIFE AND TIMES OF JOHN BUNYAN. By Dr. Geo. B. Cheever. 8vo, cloth. Numerous fine steel plates by Bartlett and others. N. Y., 1844
317SMYTH'S LECTURES ON MODERN HISTORY, from the Irruption of the Northern Nations to the Close of the American Revolution. 8vo, cloth. Boston, 1849
318MCSHERRY'S HISTORY OF MARYLAND, 1634-1848. 8vo, cloth. Portraits. Baltimore, 1849
319WIRT'S LIFE OF PATRICK HENRY. 8vo, sheep.
320IRELAND'S HOGARTH. Graphic Illustrations of Hogarth from





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321LIFE AND LETTERS OF THOMAS CAMPBELL. Edited by William Beattie. 3 vols., 8vo, cloth. Portraits and fac similes. London, Moxon, 1849
322ORIGINES PATRICIæ; or, A Deduction of European Titles of Nobility and Dignified Offices from their Primitive Sources. By R. T. Hampson. 8vo, cloth. London, 1846
323WRAXALL'S POSTHUMOUS MEMOIRS. 3 vols., 8vo, cloth, uncut. Portraits. London, 1836
324MEMOIR AND WRITINGS OF THOMAS H. GENIN; including the “Napolead.” 8vo, cloth. Portraits. New York, 1869
325WHEELER, H. G. History of Congress; Biographical and Critical. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth. Many fine steel portraits and fac simile autographs. New York, 1848
326NEW MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Notes and Reports. By Col. Emory, 1846-’7 and Col. Cooke; and Journal of Capt. Johnson. 1 vol., 8vo, cloth. Numerous maps and plates. Washington, 1848
327LIFE OF HENRY CLAY. By Epes Sargent. Edited by Horace Greeley. 12mo, cloth. Auburn, 1853
328THE MASTER'S HOUSE. A tale of Southern Life. By “Logan.” 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. New York, 1852
329BRIEF POEMS. By Emma Garrison. 12mo, cloth. Balto., 1855
330MRS. NEMO'S APPEALS. Lectures Addressed not behind the Curtain to one Unfortunate Man, but to all Men and their Families. By “Mrs. Nemo.” 12mo, cloth, gilt. Albany, 1863
331A TRIBUTE TO THOMAS STARR KING. By Richard Frothingham. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1865
332JUSTO UCUNDONO, Prince of Japan. By Philalethes. 12mo, cloth. Baltimore, 1854
333THE ACTRESS IN HIGH LIFE. 12mo, cloth.
334A REVIEW OF UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. By A. Woodward. 12mo, cloth. Cincinnati, 1853
335HISTORY OF KENTUCKY. By T. S. Arthur and W. H. Carpenter. 16mo, cloth. 1852
336NORMAN'S RAMBLES BY LAND AND WATER; Notes of Travel in Cuba and Mexico, etc. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1845
337POETICAL AND PROSE WRITINGS OF CHARLES SPRAGUE. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1850
338METAPHYSICAL INQUIRY INTO THE METHOD, OBJECTS AND RESULT OF ANCIENT AND MODERN PHILOSOPHY. By Isaac P. Cory. 12mo, cloth. London, Pickering, 1835
339ADVENTURES OF A CONSUL ABROAD. By Luigi Monti. 12mo, cloth.
340GLANCES AND GLIMPSES: or, 50 Years Social and Professional Life. By Harriot K. Hunt, M. D. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1856
341HISTORICAL SKETCH OF ST ANDREW'S SOCIETY, of New York. List of Members, etc. By Rev. John Thomson. 12mo, cloth. N. Y., 1856
342MRS. JAMESON'S WORKS. Lectures on Art; Diary of an Ennuyèe; Legends of the Madonna; Lives of the Poets; Sacred and Legendary Art; Characteristics of Women; Italian Painters. 9 vols. Blue and gold edition. Plates.
343ONCE A MONTH. Vol. I, January to June, 1869. 12mo, half morocco. Phila.





344SALMAGUNDI. 2 vols. in 1. Thick 16mo.
345FUN AND EARNEST. 12mo, cloth. N. Y., 1853
346FRANCIES OF A WHIMSICAL MAN. 12mo, cloth.
347AN AMERICAN AMONG THE ORIENTALS, including a Visit to the Interior of a Turkish Harem. By James E. P. Boulden. 12mo, cloth. Phila., 1855
348RECOLLECTIONS OF A LITERARY LIFE. By Miss Mitford. 12mo, cloth.
349HOLIDAYS ABROAD. By Mrs. Kirkland. 12mo.
350ASMODEUS AT LARGE. 12mo, boards.
351TALES FOR THE MARINES. By Harry Gringo. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1855
352NARRATIVE OF THE LATE EXPEDITION TO THE DEAD SEA; from a Diary of One of the Party. Edited by E. P. Montague. 12mo, cloth. Map. Philadelphia, 1849
353THE MORAL HISTORY OF WOMEN. By Ernest Legouve. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1860
354STUMBLING BLOCKS. By Gail Hamilton. 12mo.
355HARRY LORREQUER. By Charles Lever. Illustrated by H. K. Browne. 12mo, cloth. London.
356MEMOIR OF MARY L. WARE. By Edward B. Hall. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1854
357AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF LIEUTENANT GENERAL WINFIELD SCOTT. 2 vols., 12mo, cloth. Plates. New York, 1864
358JUNIUS UNMASKED; or, Thomas Paine, the Author of the Letters of Junius and the Declaration of Independence. 12mo, cloth. Washington, 1872
359LIFE OF GENERAL FRANCIS MARION. By Brigadier-General P. Horry. 16mo, sheep. Baltimore, 1819
360LORD BOLINBROKE. The Spirit of Patriotism; Idea of a Patriot King, etc. 16mo, sheep. London, 1750
361THE FUDGE FAMILY IN PARIS. Edited by Thomas Brown, the Younger. (Tom Moore.) 12mo, paper. London, 1818
362PLEASURES, OBJECTS, AND ADVANTAGES OF LITERATURE. By R. A. Willmott. 16mo, half morocco. London, 1855
363JOURNAL CONTAINING AN ACCURATE AND INTERESTING ACcount of the Hardships, Sufferings, etc., of those Heroic Kentucky Volunteers and Regulars commanded by General Winchester, 1812-’13, etc. By Elias Darnell. 18mo, boards. Philadelphia, 1854
364THE POSTHUMOUS PAPERS, Facetious and Fanciful, of a Person Lately About Town. 12mo, boards, uncut. N. Y., 1828
365BENTHAMIANA. From the works of Jeremy Bentham. Edited by J. H. Burton. 12mo, cloth. Phila., 1853
366MAGINN'S FRASERIAN PAPERS. 12mo, cloth.
367MURRAY'S ENGLISH READER, and Sequel. 2 vols., 12mo, sheep.
368POEMS. By Wm. P. Tomlinson. 16mo, cloth.
369SCHLEGEL'S LECTURES ON THE HISTORY OF LITERATURE, Ancient and Modern. 12mo, cloth.
370COBBETT'S FRENCH GRAMMAR. 16mo, muslin.
371REFLECTIONS ON PEACE AND WAR By John Jackson. 16mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1846
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374PERSONAL MEMORIES; Social, Political and Literary, etc., 1803-’43. By E. D. Mansfield. 12mo, cloth. Chicago, 1879
375THE LOVE-LIFE OF BRIG.-GEN. HENRY M. NAGLEE, consisting of Correspondence on Love, War and Politics. 12mo, cloth. 1862
376THE WAGER OF BATTLE. By H. W. Herbert.
377IMITATIONS OF CELEBRATED AUTHORS; or, Imaginary Rejected Addresses. 12mo, cloth. London, 1844
378BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF DISTINGUISHED LIVING NEW YORK SURGEONS. By Samuel W. Francis. 12mo, cloth, New York, 1866
379SMITH'S VIRGINIA. 2 vols., 8vo, sheep. Portrait, Plates and Maps. Richmond, 1819
380WEEMS, M. L. God's Revenge Against Murder; or, The Drown'd Wife; a Tragedy as lately performed with unbounded applause (of the Devil and his Court) by Ned Findley, Esquire, one of the Grand Company of Tragedians in the Service of the Black Prince, etc. 8vo, paper. Phila., 1816
381—— Hymen's Recruiting Sergeant; or, The New Matrimonial Tat-too for Old Bachelors.
Inviting all, both big and small,
A lovely wife to take;
Nor longer lead—Oh! shameful deed!
The life of a worthless rake.
8vo, paper. Phila., 1821
382—— God's Revenge against Gambling exemplified in the Miserable Lives and Untimely Deaths of a Number of Persons of both Sexes, who had Sacrificed their Health, Wealth and Honour at Gaming Tables, with Curious Anecdotes. 8vo, paper. A few leaves gone. Phila., 1822
383—— God's Revenge against Duelling; or, The Duellists Looking-Glass, exhibiting that Gentlemanly Mode of Turning the Corner, etc. 8vo, paper. 3 Plates. Phila., 1821
384—— The Bad Wife's Looking-glass; or, God's Revenge Against Crueity to Husbands exemplified in the awful History of the Beautiful, but Depraved Mrs. Rebecca Cotton, who most inhumanly murdered her husband, John Cotton, Esq., etc., etc. 8vo, paper. A few leaves gone. Philadelphia, 1833
385THE WASHINGTON SKETCH BOOK. By “Viator.” 12mo, cloth, plate, uncut. N. Y., 1864
386MEMOIRS OF THE JACOBITES of 1715 and 1745. By Mrs. Thomson. 3 vols., 8vo, cloth, uncut. Portraits. London, 1845
387HISTORY OF THE WAR DEPARTMENT OF THE U. S., with Biographical Sketches of the Secretaries. By L. D. Ingersoll. 8vo, cloth. Washington, 1879
388TRIAL OF AARON BURR. 8vo, cloth.
389COMPLOT D'ARNOLD ET DE SIR HENRY CLINTON, contre les Etats Unis d'Amerique, et contre le General Washington. 8vo, paper, uncut. Paris, 1826
390BYRD, W. The Westover Manuscripts; containing the History of the Dividing Line betwixt Virginia and North Carolina; Journey to the Land of Eden, A. D. 1733; and a Progress to the Mines, etc. 2 vols., small 4to, uncut. Fine clean copy. Richmond, 1866
Edition of only 200.
391BENSON, EGBERT. Vindication of the Captors of Major Andre. Royal 8vo. Large Paper, uncut. New York, 1865
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392ADAMS, JOHN. Defence of the Constitution. 3 vols., 8vo, boards, uncut. London, 1794
393JOURNAL OF A YOUNG LADY OF VIRGINIA, 1782. 8vo, cloth, uncut. Baltimore, 1871
394ARNOLD, J. N. The History of Abraham Lincoln and the Overthrow of Slavery. Large 8vo, cloth. Chicago, 1866
395ARNOLD, THOMAS. History of the Later Roman Commonwealth. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1846
396HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. By A. J. Coolidge and J. Mansfield. 8vo, cloth. Illustrated. Bost., 1861
397GRISWOLD'S POETS AND POETRY OF AMERICA. 8vo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1842
398DIBDIN'S INTRODUCTION to the Knowledge of Rare and Valuable Editions of the Greek and Latin Classics. 2 vols., 8vo, boards, uncut. London, 1827
399PRINTING. A Concise History of the Origin and Progress of Printing, with Practical Instructions to the Trade in General, Compiled from those who have wrote on this Curious Art. 8vo, sheep. Wood-cuts, with an Emblematic or Sign Portrait of Guttenberg, Specimens of Claxton's Types, &c. Lond., 1770
400THE PATRIARCH. Edited by Rev. R. W. Bailey. Vol 1, 1841. 8vo, cloth. Steel plates. New York
401KENNEDY'S LIFE OF WM. WIRT. 2 vols in 1.
402MAGOON'S LIVING ORATORS OF AMERICA. 12mo, cloth. Portraits. New York, 1849
403POEMS. By Matilda. 12mo. Richmond, 1858
404KEEFER, JUSTUS. Poems. Slavery; The Language of Nature, etc 12mo, cloth. New York, 1864
405ROGERS’ ITALY. Stotherd's Plates. 16mo, cloth. Phila.
406DAVY, SIR HUMPHREY. Consolation in Travel, etc. 16mo, boards, uncut. Philadelphia, 1830
407BROUGHAM'S MEN OF LETTERS AND SCIENCE IN THE TIME OF George III. 12mo, half sheep. Philadelphia.
408ACADIA, or, A Month With The Blue Noses By F. S. Cozzens. 12mo. Illustrated. New York, 1859
409MNEMONIKA; or, Tablet of Memory; a Register of Events from the Earliest Period to 1829. By Wm. Darby. 12mo, sheep. Baltimore, 1829
410TRIUMPHS OF PEACE, ETC. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1840
411“THE BOOK!” Proceedings upon the Inquiry into the Conduct of Her Royal Highness, the Princess of Wales, with Statement of Facts relative to the Child, now under protection of Her Royal Highness, etc., etc. 12mo, sheep. Edward's Genuine Edition. London, 1813
412EMMONS’ LIFE OF MARTIN VAN BUREN. 12mo.
413POLITICAL AND LITERARY ANECDOTES OF HIS OWN TIMES. By Dr. William King. 12mo. paper. Boston, 1819
414GRAVITIES AND GAIETIES. By Samuel F. Glenn. 12mo, cloth. Washington, 1839
415REPLY TO AN ADDRESS TO THE ROMAN CATHOLICS OF THE U. S., with Observations on a Late Pamphlet entitled An Essay on Matter. 12mo, paper. Philadelphia, 1785
416THE DANCE OF SOCIETY. By W. C. Wilkinson. 16mo.
417LEAVES OF GRASS. By Walt Whitman. 12mo. Original paper binding, uncut. Boston, 1860-1
Presentation copy.





418POETICAL WORKS OF CHARLES G. HALPINE (Miles O'Reilly). 12mo, cloth. New York, 1869
419BRYANT ON IRVING. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1860
420BOTTA'S NINEVEH. Illustrations of Discoveries at Nineveh, consisting of 49 Plates of Sculpture and Inscriptions on Ancient Assyrian Monuments, with Descriptions. 8vo, cloth. London, 1850
421NARRATIVE OF AN EXPEDITION to the Source of St. Peter's River, Lake Winnepeek, Lake of the Woods, etc., in 1823, under command of Stephen H. Long, Major, U. S. T. E. Compiled by William H. Keating. 2 vols., 8vo, paper. Maps and Plates. Philadelphia, 1824
422PICKERING'S MILTON. The Works of John Milton in Prose and Verse, printed from the Original Editions, with a Life of the Author. By the Rev. John Mitford. 8 vols., 8vo. Full brown Turkey morocco, stamped, checquered gilt edges. Portrait, and fac simile. London, William Pickering, 1851
423TISCHENDORF'S GREEK TESTAMENT. Novum Testamentum Grace. Ad antiquos testes denuo recensuit apparatum criticum omni studio perfectum apposuit commentationem Isagogicam prætexuit A. F. C. Tischendorf. 2 vols., 8vo, vellum, gilt, green edges. Lipsiæ, Winter, 1859
424AMERICA AND HER COMMENTATORS. By H. T. Tuckerman. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1864
425TRUMBULL, BENJAMIN. General History of the United States from the Discovery in 1492. 8vo, sheep. Boston, 1810
426COMBE, GEORGE. Notes on the United States, 1838-’40. 3 vols., large 12mo, half calf. Edinburgh, 1841
427SECRET HISTORY OF THE REVOLUTIONS OF 1848. Memoirs of Citizen Caussidierre. 2 vols., 12mo, half mor. London, 1848
428A SUMMER IN THE WILDERNESS; embracing a Canoe Voyage up the Mississippi and around Lake Superior. By Charles Lanman. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1848
429THE NEW PURCHASE; or, Seven and a Half Years in the Far West. By Robert Carlton. 2 vols., 12mo, half mor. N.Y., 1843
430MODERN CHIVALRY; containing the Adventures of a Captain and Teague O'Regan, his Servant. By H. H. Brackenridge. 2 vols., 12mo, sheep. Original edition. Richmond, 1815
431DEFELLERS’ PHILOSOPHICAL CATECHISM. 3 vols., 16mo, sheep. Dublin, 1800
432PAGANISM IN EDUCATION. By the Abbe Gaume. 16mo, cloth. London, 1852
433KINGS, the Devil's Viceroys and Representatives on Earth. By George Merryweather. 8vo, sheep. Published by the Author. N. Y., 1838
434LIFE OF THE MOST NOBLE ARTHUR, MARQUIS AND EARL OF WELLINGTON. By Francis L. Clarke and William Dunlap. 8vo, sheep. Map and Portrait. Hartford, 1814
435THE IMPERIAL EPISTLE, from Kien Ling. Emperor of China, to George III; also the Shade of Alexander Pope, etc. By the Author of the Pursuits of Literature. 8vo, boards, uncut. Phila., 1800
436GIBBES’ SOUTH CAROLINA, Documentary History of the American Revolution; Letters and Papers relating to the Contest for Liberty, chiefly in South Carolina, 1764-’82. By R. W. Gibbes. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth. N. Y., 1855-’7





437LYNCH'S NARRATIVE of the U. S. Exploring Expedition to the River Jordan and the Dead Sea. 8vo, cloth. Illustrations. Phila., 1840
438DEFENCE OF THE SYSTEM OF INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS OF NEW JERSEY. By R. F. Stockton (Commodore.) 8vo, cloth. Phila., 1864
439VIEW OF THE CONDUCT OF THE EXECUTIVE IN THE FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF THE U. S., connected with the Mission to the French Republic, 1794-’6. By James Monroe. 8vo. boards, uncut. Phila., 1797
440REPORT OF THE EXPLORING EXPENDITION to the Rocky Mountains in 1842, and to Oregon and North Carolina in 1843-’4. By Captain J. C. Fremont. 8vo, morocco. Maps and Plates. Washington, 1845
441REPORT ON INTEROCEANIC CANALS AND RAILROADS between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. By Admiral Charles H. Davis. 8vo, cloth. 14 Large Folding Maps. Washington, 1867
442WALKER'S RHETORICAL GRAMMAR. 8vo
443WRITINGS OF HUGH SWINTON LEGARé, of South Carolina, with Correspondence, Orations, &c. 2 vols., 8vo, half sheep. Charleston, 1846
444LETTERS OF CERTAIN JEWS TO MONSIEUR VOLTAIRE, Containing an Apology for their Own People, etc. 2 vols., in 1, 8vo, sheep. Covington, Ky., 1846
445POLITICAL WRITINGS OF THOMAS PAINE. 2 vols., 8vo, sheep. Portrait. New York, 1830
446MEMOIRS OF CHARLES MATTHEWS, Comedian. By Mrs. Matthews. 4 vols., 8vo, cloth, uncut. Portraits and Curious Plates. London, 1839
447STEPHENS’ INCIDENTS OF TRAVEL IN CENTRAL AMERICA, Chiapas and Yucatan. 2 vols, 8vo, cloth. Illustrated. New York, 1841
448HISTORY OF ANCIENT WOODBURY, CONN., from the first Indian deed in 1659 to 1871, including the present towns of Washington, Southbury, Bethlehem, Roxbury, etc. By William Cothren. 2 vols, thick 8vo, cloth. Plates, fac similes etc. Waterbury, Conn., 1871
449BOYNTON, C. B. English and French Neutrality, and the Anglo-French Alliance in their Relations to the U. S. and Russia, etc. 8vo, cloth. Cincinnati, 1864
450PUBLICATIONS OF THE PRINCE SOCIETY. The Hutchinson Papers, Vol. 1, containing a Collection of Original papers relative to the History of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay. Quarto paper, uncut. Albany, 1865
451HOWE'S HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF VIRGINIA. Interesting Facts, Traditions, Anecdotes, etc., relating to its History and Antiquities, with Historical Sketch of the District of Columbia. Illustrated with over 100 engravings. 8vo, sheep. Charleston, 1849
452BARBER AND HOWE'S HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF NEW YORK. 8vo, sheep. New York, 1844
453HOWE'S HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF OHIO. 8vo, sheep. Cincinnati, 1848
454BARBER'S CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS. 8vo, sheep. New Haven, 1836
455DAY'S HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF PENNSYLVANIA. 8vo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1843





456COLLECTIONS OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Vol. 1, containing Narrative of the Capture of Henry Laurens, his Confinement in the Tower of London, etc., 1780-2; also Documents relating to South Carolina, etc. 8vo, cloth. Charleston, 1857
457GORDON, WILLIAM. History of the Rise, Progress and Establishment of the Independence of the United States, including an Account of the Late War and of the Thirteen Colonies from their Origin to that Period. 3 vols., 8vo, half sheep. New York, 1801
458MALHAM'S NAVAL GAZETTEER; OR, SEAMAN'S COMPLETE GUIDE; A Full and Accurate Account of the Coasts of all Countries and Islands of the World, etc. 2 vols., 8vo, sheep. Maps. Boston, 1797
459DAVIS, M. L. Memoirs of Aaron Burr, with his Correspondence, etc. 2 vols., 8vo. cloth. Portrait and fac simile. N. Y., 1836
460VERMONT STATE PAPERS. Records and Documents connected with the Assumption and Establishment by the People of Vermont. with the Journal of the Council of Safety, the first Constitution, etc. 8vo, sheep. Middlebury, 1823
461CRABB'S ENGLISH SYNONYMS. 8vo, sheep.
462RUSSELL'S HISTORY OF MODERN EUROPE. 4 vols., 8vo, cloth, uncut. London, 1859
463LIFE OF ELISHA TYSON, the Philanthropist. By a Citizen of Baltimore. 12mo, boards. Baltimore, 1835
464CONTINENTAL SKETCHES OF DISTINGUISHED PENNSYLVANIANS. By D. R. B. Nevin. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1875
465MISCELLANEOUS WORKS OF COLONEL HUMPHREYS. Containing the Life of Major-General Israel Putnam, Poems on the Happiness of America, etc. 8vo, sheep. New York, 1790
466KANE'S ARCTIC EXPLORATIONS, 1853-’5. 2 vols., 8vo. half calf, marbled. Steel Plates and wood-cuts. Phila., 1856
467WILKES’ U. S. EXPLORING EXPEDITION, 1838-’42, with Explorations and Discoveries made by Admiral D'Urville, Capt. Ross. etc., etc. 8vo, morocco. Illustrated. Detroit, 1853
468THE BENCH AND BAR OF SOUTH CAROLINA. By J. B. O'Neill. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth. Fac similes. Charleston, 1859
469CHRISTIAN LIFE AND CHARACTER OF THE CIVIL INSTITUTIONS OF THE U. S. By B. F. Morris. 8vo, cloth. Phila., 1864
470MILLINGEN'S HISTORY OF DUELLING; including Narratives of the Most Remarkable Personal Encounters that have taken place from the Earliest Period to the Present time. 2 vols., 8vo, boards, uncut. London, 1841
471COLLINS’ HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF KENTUCKY. Its History, Antiquities, etc, with Anecdotes of Pioneer Life. 8vo. cloth. Map and Illustrations. Presentation copy Louisville. 1848
472WORKS OF JOHN ADAMS, with Life, Notes, etc. By Charles Francis Adams. 10 vols., 8vo, cloth. Boston, 1856
473REPORTS OF THE TRIALS OF COL. AARON BURR, for Treason and Misdemeanor, in preparing the means of a Military Expedition against Mexico, etc.; with the Arguments and Evidence in support and defense of the Motion to commit Burr, Blennerhasset and Smith to trial for Treason, etc. Taken in shorthand by David Robertson. 2 vols., 8vo, boards, uncut. Phila.. 1808
474MEDICAL INQUIRIES AND OBSERVATIONS. By Benjamin Rush, M. D. 2 vols., 8vo, sheep. Phila., 1794





475NARRATIVE OF A JOURNEY ACROSS THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS to the Columbia River, etc. By John K. Townsend. 8vo, cloth, Philadelphia, 1839
476TRAVELS IN BRAZIL. 1817-’20. Von Spix and Von Martins. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth. Plates. London, 1824
477KIDDER'S BRAZIL. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth. Illustrated. Phila., 1845
478EXPLORATION OF THE VALLEY OF THE AMAZON. By Lieutenants W. L. Herndon and Lardner Gibbon. 2 vols. of text and 2 maps in cases. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth. Illustrated. Wash., 1853
479THE ARGENTINE REPUBLIC. By Richard Napp. 8vo, paper. Maps. Buenos Ayres, 1876
480A SKETCH OF CHILI. By J. T. Hunter. 8vo, paper. Map. N. Y., 1866
481DUTCH GUINEA. By W. G. Palgrave. 8vo, cloth. Map. etc. London, 1876
482DAMAMIENTO DE LA ISLA DE CUBA, A LA NACION ESPANOLA. Un Hacendado. 8vo, paper. N. Y.
483RAMBLES AND REVERIES OF AN ART-STUDENT IN EUROPE. 8vo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1855
484UNPROTECTED FEMALES IN NORWAY, &c. 12mo, cloth. Colored Plates of Costume, &c. London, 1857
485TYPEE. A Peep at Polynesian Life, &c. By Herman Melville. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1847
486LETTERS FROM CUBA. By Rev. Abiel Abbot. 8vo, boards. Boston, 1829
487SAILORS’ ROLL OF HONOR. Records of the Medals of Honor Issued to the Blue Jackets and Marines of the United States Navy, 1862-’77, with names and special mention. 8vo, cloth. Washington, 1878
488DONIPHAN'S EXPEDITION; Containing an Account of the Conquest of New Mexico; General Kearney's Overland Expedition to California; Donophan's Campaign against the Navajos; His Unparalleled March on Chihuahua, etc. By John T. Hughes 8vo, boards. Illustrated. Cincinnati, 1847
489SELECT LETTERS OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS, with other Original Documents Relating to his Four Voyages to the New World. Edited by R. H. Major. 8vo, cloth. For the Hakluyt Society. London, 1847
490ADAMS’ ROMAN ANTIQUITIES. 8vo, sheep.
491MEMORIAL OF THE SEMI-CENTENNIAL ANNIVERSARY OF THE AMERICAN COLONIZATION SOCIETY. 8vo, cloth. Wash., 1867
492REVOLUTIONARY SERVICES AND CIVIL LIFE OF GENERAL WILLIAM HULL, from his MSS., with History of the Campaign of 1812 and Surrender of the Post of Detroit. By James Freeman Clarke. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1848
493HISTORY OF THE REVOLT OF THE AMERICAN COLONIES. By George Chalmers. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth. Boston, 1845
494THE COURT OF MEXICO. By the Countess Paula Kollonitz. 8vo, cloth London, 1868
495MEMOIRS OF THE CAMPAIGN of the Northwestern Army in 1812. By William Hull 8vo, paper. Boston, 1824
496SKETCHES IN VERSE. (By R. H. R.) 8vo, boards, uncut. Philadelphia, 1810
497THE PRESCOTT MEMORIAL; a Genealogical Memoir of the Prescott Families in America. By William Prescott. 8vo, cloth, gilt. Numerous Portraits. Boston, 1870





498MEMOIR OF JAMES DE VEAUX, of Charleston, S. C. By R. W. Gibbes, M. D. 8vo, cloth. Columbia, 1846
499THE VAGABONDS. By J. T. Trowbridge. Illustrated by Darley. 4to, cloth. New York, 1864
500THE NATIONAL TEMPERANCE OFFERING AND SONS AND Daughters of Temperance Gift. Edited by S. F. Cary. 8vo, morocco. gilt, with several fine Steel Plates and Portraits of Prominent Temperance Men of the Time. New York, 1850
501LIFE OF THOMAS EDDY. By Samuel L. Knapp. 8vo, muslin. New York, 1834
502HISTORICAL DISCOURSE ON THE CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION of the Battle of Lake George, 1755. By Cortlandt Van Rensselaer. 8vo, paper. Map. Philadelphia, 1856
503AN ACCOUNT OF DISCOVERIES IN THE WEST until 1519, and of Voyages to and Along the Atlantic Coast of North America from 1520 to 1573. By Conway Robinson. 8vo, cloth. Richmond, 1848
504VOICES FROM THE PRESS. Sketches, Essays and Poems by Practical Printers. Edited by James J. Brinton. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1850
505LIFE OF PHILIDOR, Musician and Chess-Player. By George Allen, with Essay on Philidor as Chess-Author and Chess-Player, by Heydebrand. 8vo, boards. Largepaper. uncut. gilt top. Philadelphia, 1863
506SKETCHES FROM AMERICA: Canada, Pic Nic to the Rocky Mountains, The Irish in America, etc. By John White. 8vo, cloth. London, 1870
507OFFICIAL LETTERS OF THE MILITARY AND NAVAL OFFICERS of the United States during the War with Great Britain, 1812 and 1815. Collected by John Brannan. 8vo, sheep. Washington, 1823
508MILITARY OPERATIONS in Eastern Maine and Nova Scotia during the Revolution, chiefly compiled from the Journals and Letters of Col. John Allen, with notes, etc. By Frederic Kidder. 8vo, boards. uncut. Map. Albany, Munsell, 1867.
509WHAT I SAW on the West Coast of South and North America and at the Hawaiian Islands. By H. W. Baxley. 8vo, cloth. Illustrated. New York, 1865
510HISTORICAL INQUIRY. Concerning Henry Hudson, his Friends, Relations and Early Life, his connection with the Muscovy Company and Discovery of Delaware Bay. By J. M. Read, Jr. 8vo, half morocco, uncut. Plate. Presentation copy. Albany, 1866
511RECOLLECTIONS OF MEXICO. By Waddy Thompson. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1846
512LIFE AND SERVICES OF COMMODORE JOSIAH TATTNALL. By Charles C. Jones, Jr. 8vo, cloth. Savannah, 1878
513THE RURAL POETRY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. By J.W. Jenks. Royal 8vo, full brown calf, red edges. Boston, 1856
514THACHER'S MILITARY JOURNAL, during the Revolutionary War, with Historical Facts and Anecdotes, etc. 8vo, boards, uncut, clean copy. Boston, 1827
515LOSSING'S HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES. Large 8vo, cloth. Fully Illustrated, nearly 300 engravings, portraits, views, etc. Presentation copy. New York, 1857
516MA BIOGRAPHIE, OUVRAGE POSTHUME DE P. J. DE BERANGER. 8vo, paper, uncut. Portrait. Paris, 1857
517LAFAYETTE EN AMERIQUE EN 1824 ET 1825. Par A Levasseur. 2 vols., 8vo, boards, uncut. Portraits and map. Paris, 1829





518VOLNEY, C. F. Tableau du Climat et du Sol des Etat-Unis d'Amerique, etc. 2 vols., 8vo, boards, uncut. Map and plates. Paris, 1803
519TALES OF A TRAVELER. By Geoffray Crayon, Gent. 8vo, half sheep. Philadelphia, 1825
520HAWKINS’ INQUIRY INTO THE NATURE AND HISTORY OF GREEK and Latin Poetry, etc. 8vo, calf. London, 1817
521PRINCIPLES OF GOVERNMENT. By Nathaniel Chipman. 8vo, sheep. Burlington, 1833
522THE STRANGER IN IRELAND. By John Carr. 8vo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1806
523BLAIR'S RHETORIC AND BELLES LETTRES. 8vo, sheep.
524ORIGINAL LETTERS FROM BOLINGBROKE, BAXTER, PRIOR, Pope, Dr. Johnson, etc. Edited by Rebecca Warner. 8vo, half calf. London, 1817
525THE RAMBLER IN MEXICO, 1834. By J. C. Latrobe. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1836
526THOMPSON, BENJ. F. History of Long Island, its Discovery and Settlement, etc. 8vo, boards. Plate. New York, 1839
527TRAVELS IN THE UNITED STATES, 1825-’26. By His Highness Bernhard, Duke of Saxe-Weimar Eisenbach, 2 vols. in 1, 8vo, boards, uncut. Philadelphia, 1828
528SOCIETY, MANNERS, AND POLITICS IN THE UNITED STATES. By M. Chevalier. 8vo, cloth. Boston, 1839
529NARRATIVE OF THE CAMPAIGNS OF THE BRITISH ARMY at Washington, Baltimore, and New Orleans, under Generals Ross, Pakenham, and Lambert, 1814-’15, etc., by an Officer who served in the Expedition. 8vo, boards, uncut. Phila., 1821
530GREECE; Her Progress and Present Position. By Alex. Risa Rangabé. Thin quarto paper. New York, 1867
531KER'S TRAVELS through the Western Interior of the United States, from 1808 to 1816, with a particular description of a great part of Mexico or New Spain; Particular Account of 13 different Tribes of Indians; their Manners, Customs, etc. 8vo, sheep Elizabethtown, 1816
532THE AMERICAN LOYALISTS; or, Biographical Sketches of Adherents of the British Crown in the War of the Revolution. By Lorenzo Sabine. 8vo, cloth. Boston, 1847
533MANUAL OF ANCIENT HISTORY. By A. H. L. Heeren. 8vo, boards. Oxford, 1833
534PROOFS OF THE CORRUPTION OF GEN. JAMES WILKINSON, and of his connexion with Aaron Burr, with full refutation of his Slanderous Allegations in relation to the Character of the Principal Witness against him. By Daniel Clarke. 8vo, boards, uncut. Phila., 1809
535RAYNER'S LIFE, WRITINGS AND OPINIONS OF THOMAS JEFFERSON, with Selections from his Private Correspondence. 8vo, muslin, uncut. New York, 1832
536HISTORY OF THE NORTHMEN; or, Danes and Normans from the Earliest Times. By Henry Wheaton. 8vo, boards, uncut. Phila., 1831
537RECOLLECTIONS AND PRIVATE MEMOIRS OF WASHINGTON. By G. W. Parke Custis 8vo, cloth. Washington, 1859
538SKETCH OF EVENTS which Preceded the Capture of Washington by the British, August 24, 1814. By E. D. Ingraham. 8vo, boards, uncut, clean copy. Presented by Author. Map. Phila., 1849





539PULASKI VINDICATED FROM AN UNSUPPORTED CHARGE, inconsiderately or malignantly introduced in Judge Johnson's Sketches of the Life and Correspondence of General Nathaniel Greene. 8vo, paper, uncut. Baltimore, 1824
540JEFFERSON'S NOTES ON VIRGINIA. Thick 8vo, half morocco, marbled sides and edges. Map and Portraits. Phila., 1801
First hot-pressed edition. Good copy.
541DEFENCE OF THE REVOLUTIONARY HISTORY of North Carolina from the Aspersions of Mr. Jefferson. By Jo. Sewell Jones. 12mo, cloth, uncut. Boston, 1834
542LETTERS AND MEMOIRS, relating to the War of American Independence and the Capture of the German Troops at Saratoga. By Madame de Riedesel. 12mo, paper, uncut. Clean copy. New York, 1827
543THE HISTORY, in Verse, of the Life, Adventures and Heroic Actions of Sir William Wallace. By one called “Blind Harry.” 12mo. boards. New York, 1820
544FLORAL HOME; or, First Years of Minnesota. By Harriet E. Beecher. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1857
545TOOKE'S HISTORY OF PRICES and of the State of the Circulation from 1793 to 1839. 3 vols., 8vo, cloth. London, 1838-’40
546HISTORY OF THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. By an Officer of the Army, (Major Hall.) Vol. I, 8vo, boards, uncut. No more published. London, 1780
547AUTHENTIC ACCOUNT OF THE FATAL DUEL FOUGHT MARCH 21st, 1830, near Chester, Pa., between Mr. Charles G. Hunter, U. S. Navy, and Mr. William Miller, Jr., attorney-at-law, Philadelphia; in the course of which the real origin of the publication of the celebrated New Brunswick Letter is detected and exposed, etc. 8vo, paper. Wash., 1830
548COLLECTION OF PLAYS AND POEMS. By the late Col. Robert Mumford, of Mecklenburg county, Virginia. 8vo, paper. Petersburg, 1798
549RURAL LETTERS. By N. P. Willis. 12mo. cloth. N. Y., 1851
550GRAND TRANSFORMATION SCENES IN THE U. S; or, Glimpses of Home after Thirteen Years Abroad. By H. Fuller. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1875
551THE MINSTREL; a Collection of Celebrated Songs set to Music. 12mo, sheep. Baltimore, 1812
552TALES OF THE EARLY AGES. By Horace Smith. 2 vols., 12mo, boards. New York, 1832
553LIFE AND LITERARY REMAINS OF L. E. L. By Laman Blanchard. 2 vols., 12mo, cloth. Phila, 1841
554GENERAL VIEW OF THE ORIGIN AND NATURE OF THE CONSTItution and Government of the United States. By Henry Baldwin. 8vo, half sheep Phila., 1837
555JOURNAL Acts and Proceedings of a General Convention of the Commonwealth of Virginia at Richmond, October 5, 1829. 8vo, sheep. Richmond, 1829
556BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES of Eminent Lawyers, Statesmen and Men of Letters. By Samuel L. Knapp. 8vo, sheep. Bost., 1821
557THE TOMB OF WASHINGTON at Mount Vernon. A Full and Accurate Description of Mt. Vernon, etc. By J. A. Wineberger. 8vo, cloth. Illustrated. Washington, 1858
558THOUGHTS ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS. By Levin Jones. 8vo, cloth. Baltimore, 1872





559FREEDOM. By Horatio Stone. 8vo, cloth. Presentation copy. Washington, 1864
560THE DUPLICATE LETTERS, the Fisheries and the Mississippi Documents. By John Quincy Adams. 8vo, boards, uncut. Washington, 1822
561HISTORICAL SKETCH of the Second War between the United States and Great Britain. By C. J. Ingersoll.
562NOTES ON HISTORICAL EVIDENCE, in Reference to Adverse Theories of the Origin and Nature of the Government of the United States. By J. B. Dillon. 8vo, paper. New York, 1871
563NARRATIVE OF A JOURNEY TO GAUTEMALA, in Central America, in 1838. By G. W. Montgomery. 8vo, paper. N. Y., 1839
564SKETCH OF THE LIFE AND PUBLIC SERVICES of General William Henry Harrison, with letters from his Aid-de-Camp and others. 8vo, paper. Columbus, Ohio, 1840
565THE WESTERN PILOT; Charts of the Ohio River and of the Mississippi, from the Mouth of the Missouri to the Gulf of Mexico, with Description of the towns on their banks, etc. By Samuel Cummings. 8vo, boards. Cincinnati, 1825
566CHALMERS, DR. THOMAS. The Christian and Civic Economy of large towns. 2 vols., 8vo, half calf, neat. Glasgow, 1821
567THE BOTANIC GARDEN. Containing the Economy of Vegetation and the Lives of the Plants. By Erasmus Darwin. 2 vols. in 1., 8vo, cloth. Plates. New York, 1807
568HISTORY OF THE PRIMITIVE YANKEES; or, Pilgrim Fathers. By W. M. Coleman. 8vo, paper. Washington, 1881
“——a rogue in grain,
Veneered with sanctimonious theory.”
569THE PHILOSOPHY OF PROGRESS IN HUMAN AFFAIRS. By Henry J. Slack. 12mo, cloth. London, 1860
570LATER YEARS. By Author of “Old House by the River;” “Owl Creek Letters,” etc. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1854
571SCOTT'S LAY OF THE LAST MINSTREL. 8vo, half calf London, 1810
572YALE LITERARY MAGAZINE. Vol. XXI, 1855-’6; also, Catalogue of Officers and Students, College Songs, Programmes of the “Burial of Euclid,” “Presentation of Wooden Spoon,” “Pow-Wow of Class of ’59,” etc. In 1 vol, 8vo half morocco.
573DE LAMARTINE. Narrative of the Residence of Fatalla Sayghir Among the Wandering Arabs of the Great Desert. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1836
574HISTORY OF THE NETHERLANDS. By Thomas C. Grattan. 16mo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1835
575AUTOGRAPH ALBUM. Containing one hundred and sixty autographs of leading United States Senators and Representatives of the Congress of 1864-’5; also, the following: “Prima facie there is a duty for the Postmaster-General to perform, by the section of the page. I know nothing of the case, but simply ask his attention to the case. A. Lincoln.”
This, written and signed by the President, appears to be a slip cut from some document on paper, and is pasted on a leaf of the Album.
576THE POET AND HIS SONG. 12mo, boards. Name torn off title page. Charleston, 1848
577ACCOUNT OF ARNOLD'S CAMPAIGN AGAINST QUEBEC, and of the Hardships and Sufferings of that Band of Heroes who Traversed the Wilderness of Maine, from Cambridge to the St. Lawrence in 1765. By John Joseph Henry, one of the Survivors. 8vo, half sheep. Map. Albany, 1877





578FROM THE ATLANTIC TO THE PACIFIC. By Demas Barnes. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1866
579PAINE'S AGE OF REASON. Original Pamphlet edition. 1795
580FUGITIVE POETRY; About 120 Pieces, Containing “Quashy; or, the Coal-Black Maid;” “Cololoo;” an Indian Tale, by William Dunlap, etc. 16mo, paper, no title page.
581PENN, WILLIAM. Fruits of Solitude, in Reflections and Maxims, relating to the Conduct of Human Life. 16mo, paper. Phila., 1794
582HALL, EVERD. Nolens Volens; or, the Biter Bit. 12mo, paper, no title page.
583THE NEW ORLEANS BOOK. Edited by Robt. Gibbes Barnwell. Large 12mo, cloth, gilt edges. New Orleans, 1857
584LOWDERMILK, WILL H. History of Cumberland (Md.) from the Time of the Indian town Caiuctuccuc, in 1728, up to the Present Day, Embracing an Account of Washington's First Campaign and the Battle of Fort Necessity, with a History of Braddock's Expedition, etc. 8vo, cloth. Maps and Illustrations. Washington, 1878
585NEILL'S HISTORY OF MINNESOTA, from the Earliest French Explorations to the Present Time. 8vo, cloth. Maps. Autograph Presentation Copy. Phila., 1858
586BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES, with other Literary Remains of the late Judge John W. Campbell, of Ohio. 8vo, cloth. Portrait. Columbus, 1838
587COLLECTIONS OF THE N. Y. HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Second Series: Vol. I. contains Voyage of John de Verazzano along North America 1524, from the Original Italian, by Joseph G. Cogswell; Indian Tradition of the First Arrival of the Dutch on Manhattan: Lambrechtsen's Description of the Discovery and History of the New Netherlands, etc., etc. 8vo, cloth. Map and Plates. New York, 1841
588COLLECTIONS OF THE MINNESOTA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Vol. I, containing the French Voyageurs to Minnesota during the 17th Century, the Battle of Lake Pokeguma, etc. By E. D. Neill. Ancient Mounds and Memorials, etc., etc. 8vo, cloth. St. Paul, 1872
589CATALOGUE (by Subjects) of the Library of Congress. 8vo, boards. 1849
590MEMOIRS OF THE WAR IN THE SOUTHERN DEPARTMENT OF THE UNITED STATES. By Henry Lee, of the Partisan Legion. 8vo, cloth. Maps and Portraits. New York, 1869
591BOWDITCH'S NEW AMERICAN PRACTICAL NAVIGATOR. 8vo, sheep. Chart. New York, 1857
592HALL, FREDERICK. Letters from the East and from the West. 8vo, muslin. Washington, 1840
593CAMPBELL'S PHILOSOPHY OF RHETORIC. 8vo, sheep.
594ADDRESSES of the Successive Presidents of the United States to Congress, from the Commencement of the Present Government to 1805, etc. 8vo, boards, uncut. Washington, 1805
595CELEBRATION of the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Founding of Brown University; Songs, Addresses, Poems, etc., etc. 8vo, paper. Providence, 1865
596ROBINSON, WM. D. Memoirs of the Mexican Revolution; including a Narrative of the Expedition of General Xavier Mina; the Practicability of Opening a Commerce between the Atlantic and Pacific, etc, 8vo, boards. Phila., 1820





597POEMS OF THE BOSTON BARD, (Robert S. Coffin.) 8vo, boards, uncut. Providence, 1826
598VIRGINIA STATE CONVENTION OF 1829-’30; Proceedings and Debates, etc. Thick 8vo, half sheep., Richmond, 1830
599PITKIN, TIMOTHY. Statistical View of the Commerce of the United States, etc. 8vo, boards. Hartford, 1816
600MEMOIRS OF VALENTINE MOTT, M. D. By George Gross. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1868
601MARTIN'S COMPREHENSIVE GAZETTEER OF VIRGINIA and the District of Columbia, with a History of Virginia from its First Settlemënt to 1754, etc. By a Citizen of Virginia. 8vo, sheep. Map. Charlottesville, 1835
602GORDON, THOS. F. History of New Jersey from its Discovery to the Adoption of the Federal Constitution; also, a Gazetteer of New Jersey and Topographical and Statistical Account of its Counties, Towns, Villages, Canals, Railroads, etc., (by the same.) 8vo, sheep. Map. Trenton, 1834
603CORRECT COPY OF THE EVIDENCE UPON THE CONDUCT OF THE DUKE OF YORK AND MRS. CLARKE. 8vo, sheep Lond., 1809
604PRESCOTT, WILLIAM H. Biographical and Critical Miscellanies. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1845
605THE CHARACTER OF THOMAS JEFFERSON. By Theodore D. Wright. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1839
606PARKMAN, FRANCIS. The Discovery of the Great West. 8vo, cloth. Map. Boston, 1869
607GRAYSON, WM. J. The Hireling and the Slave, Chicora, and other Poems. 12mo, cloth. Charleston, 1856
608THE RANGERS; or, The Tory's Daughter. A Tale of the Revolutionary History of Vermont. 2 vols. in 1.
609TWENTY YEARS IN THE PHILLIPPINES. By Paul De La Gironiere. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. New York, 1854
610THE SUNNY SOUTH; or, The Southerner at Home. By J. H. Ingraham. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1860
611THE VIRGINIA COMEDIANS; or, Old days in the Old Dominion. 2 vols., 12 mo, cloth. New York, 1854
612HISTORY OF VIRGINIA. By T. S. Arthur and W. H. Carpenter. 12mo, cloth. Plates. Philadelphia.
613WARE'S EUROPEAN CAPITALS. 12mo, cloth.
614AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF JACK KETCH, with Portrait and Illustrations from designs by Meadows. 12mo, cloth. Phila, 1835
615STODDARD, R. H. Poems. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1852
616REMARKS on the Life and Writings of Dr. Jonathan Swift. By John, Earl of Orrery. 12mo, half sheep. Portrait.. Lond., 1752
617KENTUCKY. Imlay and Filson. Topographical Description of the Western Territory of North America; Account of its Climate, Natural History, Population, Manners and Customs of the Various Tribes of Indians that Inhabit the Frontier; the Laws and Government of Kentucky, etc. By G. Imlay, Captain in the American Army during the Late War, etc. Also, the Discovery, Settlement and Present State of Kentucky; Essay towards the Topography and Natural History of the Country; Adventures of Boone; Minutes of the Piankashaw Council; Account of the Indian Nations, etc., etc. By John Filson. A Supplement to the above. In all 2 vols. 16mo, half sheep. Maps, New York, 1793





618PLANTIN BIBLE. Biblia Sacra quid in hac editione à Theologis Louaniensibus præstitum sit paulo poot indicatur. 12mo, half sheep. Antwerpiæ, Ex Officina Christophori Plantini, 1583
619THE TRIAL OF VIRTUE. Poem. By Chauncey Lee. 12mo, sheep, Hartford, 1806
620COXE'S CHRISTIAN BALLADS. “Blue and Gold” edition.
621THOREAU. Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1868
622ROYALL, ANN. The Black Book, Vol. II, (New York and New England.) 12mo, boards. Washington, 1828
623CADMUS; or, Treatise on the Elements of Written Language, with Essay on Teaching the Deaf and Dumb to Speak. 12mo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1793
624MERIMEE ON PAINTING IN OIL AND FRESCO. A History of Various Processes, with Observations on the Rise and Progress of British Art, etc. By W. B. S. Taylor. 12mo, cloth Plate. London, 1839
625GREEN, GEN. THOS. J. Journal of the Texan Expedition against Mier; Imprisonment of the Author; his Sufferings and Escape from the Castle of Perote, etc. 8vo, cloth. Plates. N. Y., 1845
626WILKIE, FRANK B. Davenport, Past and Present; Its Early History; Personal and Anecdotal Reminiscences, etc. 8vo, cloth. Portraits of Black Hawk and others. Davenport, 1858
627DICKENS’ OLD CURIOSITY SHOP. Illustrations by Cattermole and Browne. 8vo, boards. Philadelphia, 1841
628DICKENS’ BARNABY RUDGE, with Illustrations by Cattermole and Browne. 8vo, boards. Philadelphia, 1842
629THE NATURAL HISTORY OF ENTHUSIASM. By Isaac Taylor. 8vo, boards. London, 1830
630WHELPLEY'S LETTERS TO CALEB STRONG, showing that Retaliation, Capital Punishment and War are prohibited by the Gospel, etc. 8vo, boards. Providence, 1818
631KING, T. BUTLER. Report on California. 8vo, boards. Washington, 1850
632JOURNAL AND LETTERS OF SAMUEL CURWEN, an American Refugee in England, from 1775 to 1784; Prominent Men and Measures of that Period; with Biographical Notices of American Loyalists, etc. 8vo, cloth. Portraits. New York, 1842
633VOYAGE OF THE U. S. FRIGATE “POTOMAC,” during the Circumnavigation of the Globe, 1831-’4, etc. By J. N. Reynolds. 8vo, cloth. Illustrated. New York, 1835
634BAILEY, CAPT. G. W. Alaska and its People 8vo, cloth. Map. Washington, 1880
635LITERARY REMAINS OF EMANUEL DEUTSCH. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1874
636THE SACRED ANTHOLOGY. By Moncure D. Conway. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1874
637EARLY HISTORY OF THE FALLS OF THE SCHUYLKILL, MANAYUNK, etc. By Chas. V. Hagner. 8vo, cloth. Illustrated. Philadelphia, 1869
638MARSHALL'S HISTORY OF KENTUCKY. 2 vols., 8vo, sheep. Frankfort, 1824
639LETTERS FROM A YOUNG PAINTER ABROAD. Vol. I, 8vo, half sheep. Plates. Somewhat damaged. Lond., 1750
640POTTER'S ANTIQUITIES OF GREECE. 2 vols., 8vo, half sheep. London, 1740





641PHœNIXIANA. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1856
642BOKER, GEORGE H. Poems. 12mo, boards. Phila., 1848
643RUNNING SKETCHES OF MEN AND PLACES—in England, France, Germany, etc. By George Copway, (Kah-ge-ga-gah-bowh,) Chief of the Ojibway Nation. 12mo, cloth, gilt. Portraits. New York, 1857
644BIOGRAPHY OF FERNANDO WOOD. By Donald MacLeod. 12mo, cloth. Portrait. New York, 1856
645THE MYSTERIES OF RHETORIC. By John Smith. 16mo, half sheep. Some pages at end gone.
646AN AMERICAN SELECTION OF LESSONS in Reading and Speaking. By Noah Webster, Jr. 12mo, half sheep. N. Y., 1794
647CAREY, MATTHEW. Autobiographical Sketches. The Rise and Progress of the American System, etc. Vol. I, 12mo, cloth, clean, uncut copy. No more published. Philadelphia.
648FRANKLIN'S LIFE AND ESSAYS. 12mo, sheep. Phila., 1815
649GRAYDON'S MEMOIRS OF A LIFE Chiefly Passed in Pennsylvania within the last Sixty Years. 16mo, paper. Harrisburgh, 1811
650THE DIPLOMATIC HISTORY, of the Administrations of Washingington and Adams, 1789-1801. 8vo, cloth. Bost., 1857
651MEMORIALS OF HIS TIME. By Henry Cockburn. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1856
652ENGLISH MEN OF SCIENCE. By Francis Galton. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1875
653HAWKINS’ PICTURE OF QUEBEC; with Historical Recollections. 12mo, cloth. clean, uncut copy. Plates. Quebec, 1834
654THE LEECH CLUB; or, Mysteries of the Catskill. By Geo, W. Owen. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1874
655THE THEATER OF THE GREEKS; or, The History, Literature and Criticism of the Grecian Drama, etc. 8vo, cloth. Plate. Cambridge, 1827
656DEVOTIONAL POEMS. By R. T. Conrad. Square 12mo, cloth. Phila., 1862
657HAZLITT'S LECTURES on the Dramatic Literature of Age of Elizabeth and Characters of Shakespeare's Plays. 2 vols in 1, 12mo, cloth. Phila, 1854
658FABLES OF THE DUKE OF NIVERNOIS, translated into English Verse. 12mo, sheep. London, 1799
659REED, HENRY. English History and Tragic Poetry, as Illustrated by Shakespeare. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1859
660IMPRESSIONS OF LONDON SOCIAL LIFE, etc. By E. S. Nadal. 12mo, cloth New York, 1875
661THE LIBERTIES OF AMERICA. By H. W. Warner, of New York. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1853
662HISTORY OF REVOLUTIONS IN EUROPE TO 1815. 2 vols. in 1. 8vo, sheep. Illustrated.
663GRAVITIES AND GAIETIES. By Horace Smith. 12mo, cloth.
664LITTLE PEDLINGTON AND THE PEDLINGTONIANS. By John Poole. 2 vols., 12mo, cloth.
665BYRON'S WORKS. 8 vols., 16mo, sheep. Plates by Stothard, Corbould, etc. Philadelphia. 1824
666DON QUIXOTE. Translated by Jarvis. 4 vols., 16mo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1828
667CHESTERFIELD'S LETTERS TO HIS SON. 3 vols., 18mo, sheep. Uwins’ Plates. London, 1810





668LYLY, JOHN. The False Friend and Inconstant Mistress; to which is added Love's Diversion, displaying the Artifices of the Female Sex in their Amours, Dress, etc. 16mo, old calf. London, 1718
669A PEDESTRIAN IN FRANCE AND SWITZERLAND. By George Barrell, Jr. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1853
670TAYLOR, BAYARD. Eldorado. 12mo, cloth. Plates.
671REMINISCENCES OF SCOTTISH LIFE AND CHARACTER. By Dean Ramsey. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1861
672HOWITT, WILLIAM. Land, Labor and Gold. 2 vols., 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1855
673SKETCHES OF CONSPICUOUS LIVING CHARACTERS OF FRANCE. 12mo, cloth. Portrait of Thiers. Philadelphia, 1841
674A PEDESTRIOUS TOUR of Four Thousand Miles through the Western States and Territories in 1819, etc. By Estwick Evans. 12mo, boards, uncut. Concord, 1819
675ROMANTIC PASSAGES in Southwestern History. By A. B. Meek. 12mo, cloth. Mobile, 1857
676CAPTAIN CANOT; or, Twenty Years of an African Slaver. Edited by Brantz Mayer. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. N. Y., 1859
677SOUTHEY'S EARLY NAVAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1835
678LETTERS OF A TURKISH SPY, who Lived Five and Forty Years Undiscovered at Paris. Giving the Most Remarkable Transactions of Europe, Intrigues and Secrets of Christian Courts, 1637-1682, etc., etc. 8 vols., 16mo, sheep. Dublin, 1754
679MEXICO IN 1842; with Sketch of its History; Account of Texas, Yucatan and the Santa Fe Expedition, etc. 16mo, cloth. Map. New York, 1842
680BIOGRAPHY OF ISAAC HILL, of New Hampshire. By C. P. Bradley. 16mo, paper. Concord, 1835
681GIL BLAS. Smart's Translation. 4 vols., 16mo, half sheep. London, 1807
682COWPER'S POEMS. 3 vols., 18mo, sheep. Plates.
683THE MYSTERIES OF UDOLPHO. 3 vols., 18mo, sheep.
684BURNS’ WORKS; with Life by Cunningham. 4 vols., 16mo, cloth. Plates. Boston, 1834
685WEBSTER, NOAH, Jr. Elements of Useful Knowledge, containing a Historical and Geographical Account of the United States, with Chronological Table, etc. 2 vols. in 1, 12mo, sheep. Hartford, 1806
686WALLER, EDMUND. Works in Prose and Verse. 12mo, sheep. Plate. London, 1744
687KNICKERBOCKER'S HISTORY OF NEW YORK. 2 vols., 12mo, half sheep. Philadelphia, 1830
688VOLTAIRE'S PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY. 2 vols., thick 12mo, half c lf. London.
689THE MORAL STATE OF NATIONS: or, Travels over the Globe to discover the Sources of Moral Motion, etc. 12mo, boards. Plates. Middletown, N. J., 1840
690DEFENSE OF BRIG-GEN. W. HULL Before the Court-Martial. Written by himself. 12mo, paper, uncut, Boston, 1814
691ARMATA; A Fragment. 12mo, half roan. New York, 1847
692THE NEW ENGLAND'S MEMORIAL; or, A Brief Relation of the Most Memorable and Remarkable Passages of the Providence of God, manifested to the Planters of New England, etc., etc. By Nathaniel Morton. 12mo, paper. Playmouth, 1826





693CARUTHERS, E. W. Interesting Revolutionary Incidents, and Sketches of Character chiefly in the “Old North State.” Second Series. 12mo. cloth. Maps. Philadelphia, 1856
694TUCKERMAN, HENRY F. Sketches of Eminent American Painters. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1849
695JEFFERSON'S MANUAL OF PARLIAMENTARY PRACTICE. 16mo.
696TOOKE'S PANTHEON OF THE HEATHEN GODS. 12mo, sheep. Copper plate, illustrations. London, 1783
697MISCELLANY: Lessons to a Young Prince. By an old Statesman. Dublin, 1791; Improvements in Education; by Joseph Lancaster, with Sketches of the New York Free School. New York, 1807. Letters of Curtius; by the late John Thomason, with Sketches of his Life, etc. Richmond, 1804. Communications from Several States on the Resolutions of the Legislature of Virginia, respecting the Alien and Sedition Laws, etc., etc. Richmond, 1800. All in 1 vol., thick 12mo, sheep.
698PORTFOLIO OF AN ARTIST. By Rembrandt Peale. 12mo, cloth, nice clean copy. Phila., 1839
699FORSYTH'S NOVELS AND NOVELTISTS OF THE 18TH CENTURY. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1871
700NO FICTION. A Narrative founded on Recent and Interesting Facts. 2 vols. in 1. Phila., 1821
701DRAPER'S INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT OF EUROPE. 8vo. cloth. New York, 1808
702PERCY'S RELIQUES OF ANCIENT ENGLISH POETRY. 2 vols., 8vo, half sheep. Phila., 1823
703SOCIAL STATICS. By Herbert Spencer. 8vo, cloth.
704BASCOM'S ÆSTHETICS; or, The Science of Beauty. 12mo.
705CHEEVER, GEORGE R. The Hill Difficulty. 12mo, cloth.
706AN ADDRESS TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPFUL, THE BATCHELORS OF GREAT BRITAIN, etc.; with Pretty Miss's Catechism, and a Poem on the Pleasures of Single Life; or, The Miseries of Matrimony, by an Old Batchelor Æt. 72; also a Transcript from a Unique Volume in the British Museum: “Here Begynneth a Dialogue between the Comen Secretary and Jelousy touchynge the Unstableness of Harlottes.” 8vo, half calf. London, 1737
707LOST LEAVES OF AMERICAN HISTORY. A History of California. By Emma Willard. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1853
708DEBATES ON THE JUDICIARY BILL, with List of Yeas and Nays. 8vo, sheep. Albany, 1802
709ARCHDALE, JOHN. New Description of that Fertile and Pleasant Province of Carolina, with Account of its Discovery and Settling, etc., etc. 8vo, half sheep. Reprinted. Charleston, 1822
710WILLIAMSON, HUGH. History of North Carolina. 2 vols., 8vo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1812
711MINUTES OF THE UNION SOCIETY; being an Abstract of Existing Records from 1750 to 1858, List of its Members, etc., etc. 8vo, cloth. Savannah, 1860
712MEMOIRS OF ANDREW SHERBURNE, a Pensioner of the Navy of the Revolution. Written by himself. 12mo, sheep. Utica, 1828
713ARTHUR MERVYN; or, Memoirs of the Year 1793. By the Author of “Wieland,” etc. 12mo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1799
714MORSE'S AMERICAN GAZETTEER; Full Account of States, Provinces, Cities, Indian Tribes, the Georgia Western Territory, etc., etc. 8vo, sheep. Maps. Boston, 1797





715LIFE OF PAUL JONES, from his Original Journals and Correspondence. Illustrated with numerous Engravings from Original Drawings by James Hamilton. 8vo, half morocco. Philadelphia, 1845
716RILEY, JAMES. Authentic Narrative of the Loss of the American Brig Commerce; also, Narrative of the Shipwreck of the Ship Oswego on the Coast of South Barbary. By Judah Paddock. In 1 vol., 8vo, sheep. Plates. New York, 1818
717WASHINGTONIANA: Containing the Life, Eulogies, Orations, etc., and his most valuable Papers, Will, etc. 8vo, sheep. Portrait by Edwin. Lancaster, 1802
718THE ORATOR. A monthly Magazine of Speeches, Plays, Dialogues, etc. Edited by D. T. Stiles. Vol. I, 8vo, half roan. Buffalo, 1857
719FABLES IN VERSE. By Rev. Henry Rowe. 8vo, half sheep. Illustrated with Wood Engravings. Lond., Stockdale, 1810
720SANDERSON'S Biography of the Signers to the Declaration of Independence. 9 vols., 8vo, boards. Numerous Portraits and facsimiles. Clean, uncut copy. Phila., 1823
721SPARKS, JARED. Reply to the Strictures of Lord Mahon and others on the Mode of Editing the Writings of Washington. 8vo, boards. Cambridge, 1852
722——Letter to Lord Mahon; an Answer to His Letter to the Editor of Washington's Writings. 8vo, boards. Boston, 1852
723——Remarks on a “Reprint of the Original Letters from Washington to Joseph Reed, during the American Revolution Referred to in the Pamphlets of Lord Mahon and Mr. Sparks.” 8vo, boards. Boston, 1853
724LETTERS OF JOHN RANDOLPH to a Young Relative. 8vo, muslin. Philadelphia, 1834
725LATROBE, J. H. B. History of Mason and Dixon's Line. 8vo, boards. Philadelphia, 1855
726THE PUBLIC RECORDS of the Colony of Connecticut, 1717-1725, with the Council Journal. Edited by Charles J. Hoadley. 8vo, cloth, uncut. Hartford, 1872
727MEMOIRS OF THE COUNTESS DE GENLIS. 8vo, boards.
728BARTLETT, J. R. Personal Narrative of Explorations and Incidents in Texas, New Mexico, California, Sonora, etc. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth. Map and Illustrations. New York, 1854
729DR. AIKEN'S SELECT WORKS OF THE BRITISH POETS. 8vo, full calf, gilt London.
730ROBERTSON'S HISTORY OF AMERICA. 2 vols., 8vo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1822
731PANTOLOGIA; or, a Systematic Survey of Human Knowledge, etc. By Roswell Park. 8vo, cloth. Plates. Phila., 1841
732LIFE AND SPEECHES OF HENRY CLAY. 2 vols. in 1, 8vo, cloth. Portrait, Plates, and inserted Autograph Letter. N. Y., 1844
733NICARAGUA; Its Inhabitants, Customs, etc. By Peter F. Strout. 12mo, cloth. Map. Phila., 1859
734BOSQUEJO DE LA REPUBLICA DE COSTA RICA, sequido de Apuntamientos para su Historiá; con varios Mapas, Vistas y Retratxos. Por Felipe Molina. 8vo, cloth. N. Y., 1851
735O'NEILL'S GEOGRAPHY AND POPULAR ASTRONOMY. 12mo, sheep. Maps. Baltimore, 1808
736TECUMSEH; or, The West Thirty Years Since. By George H. Colton. 12mo, boards. New York, 1842
737HOLLAND, J. G. The Marble Prophecy, etc. 12mo.





738AYLMERE; or, The Bondman Kent; and other Poems. By Robt. T. Conrad. 12mo, cloth. Phila., 1852
739POEMS GRAVE AND GAY. By George Arnold. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1867
740PARNASSUS IN PILLORY. By Motley Manners, Esq. 12mo.
741STODDARD, R. H. Songs of Summer. 12mo, cloth, uncut. Boston, 1867
742SAXE, J. G. Poems. 12mo, cloth, gilt.
743SIBIL; a Tragedy. By John Savage. 12mo.
744THE ROYAL DECREES OF SCANDEROON. Dedicated to the Sachems of Tammany and other Grand Magnorums of Manhattan. 12mo. cloth. Illustrated. New York, 1869
745THE EDUCATION OF MOTHERS. By Aime Martin.
746DR. OLIN'S TRAVELS in Egypt, Arabia, and the Holy Land 2 vols., 12mo, cloth. Maps and Plates. New York, 1846
747ALLEN, IRA. Particulars of the Capture of the ship “Olive Branch;” Account of his Imprisonment in France, etc., with Appendix Proposing a Ship Canal from Lake Champlain to the St. Lawrence; The Evacuation of Ticonderoga, and Events of the War in 1777; Truce of 1780; Narrative of Col. Ethan Allen's Captivity; 1775-’78, etc. Vol. II. 8vo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1805
748JENKINS’ LIFE OF JOHN C. CALHOUN. 12mo, cloth.
749HOMES OF THE NEW WORLD. By Frederika Bremer. 2 vols., 12mo, cloth. New York, 1853
750WILD SOUTHERN SCENES; a Tale of Disunion and Border War. By J. B. Jones. 2 vols., 12mo, paper. Illustrated. Philadelphia, 1859
751WHITE, RED, AND BLACK; Sketches of American Society. By Francis and Theresa Pulszky. 2 vols., 12mo, cloth. New York, 1853
752THE AMERICAN NEPOS. 12mo, sheep. Baltimore. 1811
753MARTYN, W. C. The Pilgrim Fathers of New England. 12mo, cloth.
754GRAHAM'S LIFE OF GEN. DANIEL MORGAN, of the Virginia Line. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1856
755LIVES OF MAJOR GEN. HENRY LEE AND GEN. THOS. SUMPTER of S. C. By Cecil B. Hartley. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. New York, 1859
756LIFE OF MERLIN; his Prophecies and Predictions Interpreted; a Chronological History of the Kings and Memorable Passages of this Kingdom, from Brute to King Charles. 8vo, half sheep. Carmarthen, 1812
757PUFFENDORF. SAMUEL. History of the Principal Kingdoms and States of Europe. 8vo, half sheep. Portrait. Lond., 1811
758SACRED POETRY. By George Calthrop. 8vo, cloth. Lond, 1846
759LANMAN'S DICTIONARY OF CONGRESS. 8vo, cloth.
760VIEW OF SOCIETY AND MANNERS IN FRANCE, SWITZERLAND and Italy; with Anecdotes, etc. By John Moore. 8vo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1783
761MARGARET MONCRIEFFE; or, The First Love of Aaron Burr. By Charles Burdette. 12mo, cloth.
762A TENNESSEEAN ABROAD. By R. W. McGavock. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1854
763HISTORY OF SOUTH AMERICA; with Amusing Anecdotes, etc.; Manners. Customs, Dress, etc., of the Indians. By Wm. Grimshaw. 12mo, sheep. New York, 1830





764SHIP AND SHORE. By an Officer of the Navy. 12mo, cloth. 1835
765HEADLEY, J. T. The Adirondacks; or, Life in the Woods. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1864
766BELISARIUS. By M Marimontal. 16mo, half sheep.
767THE BANK OF FAITH AND WORKS UNITED. By Dorothy Ripley, of this World, but going above to the New Jerusalem. 12mo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1819
768THE CHARMS OF BENEVOLENCE AND PATRIOTIC MENTOR; or, The Rights and Privileges of Republicanism contrasted with The Wrongs of Monarchy, etc. 16mo, sheep. Phila., 1814
769THE NEW YORK EXPOSITOR. By Richard Wiggins. 16mo, sheep. New York, 1825
770BURR'S LIFE OF GEN. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON. 16mo, cloth. New York, 1840
771RAY, WILLIAMS. Poems, with Sketch of Author's Life, his Captivity and Sufferings among the Barbarians of Tripoli, etc. 16mo, half sheep. New York, 1826
772PURVIANCE, ROBT. Narrative of Events which occurred in Baltimore Town during the Revolutionary War. 12mo, cloth. Baltimore, 1849
773BRACKENRIDGE. History of the Late War between the United States and Great Britain, minute account of the various Military and Naval Operations, etc. By an American. 12mo. sheep. Plates. Baltimore, 1816
774BUNN, ALFRED. Old England and New England. 2 vols. in 1, 12mo, cloth. London, 1853
775THE YOUNG AMERICAN'S MAGAZINE FOR SELF IMPROVEMENT. Edited by George W. Light. Portrait of Franklin. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1847
776THE SEXAGENERY; or, Reminiscences of the American Revolution. 8vo, paper, uncut. Portrait. New York, 1866
777VIRGINIA CONVENTION, 1788. Debates and Proceedings. 8vo, sheep. Richmond, 1805
778DELANY, M. R. Official Report of the Niger Valley Exploring Party. 8vo, half roan. New York, 1861
779VICTOR, WILLIAM B. Life and Events; Settlement of the Valley of the Mississippi; Acquisition of Texas. e c., etc. 8vo, cloth. Cincinnati. 1859
780NARRATIVE OF JOHN ASHBURNHAM, of his Attendance on King Charles the First, etc., etc. 2 vols., 8vo, calf, gilt. Lond., 1830
781SPINETO'S HIEROGLYPHICS AND EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES. 8vo, half morocco. Several large folding plates. London, 1845
782SPANISH BIBLE. La Biblia, o el Antiguo y Nuevo Testamento, traductos al Espanol for el Reno. P. Phelipe, Scio de I. Miguel. Large 8vo, roan. Londres, 1828
783HARRIS'S HERMES. 8vo, old calf. Cuts. London, 1794
784MEMOIR OF JOHN AIKIN, M. D. By Lucy Aikin, with his Miscellaneous Pieces. 8vo, boards.
785UPTON, GEN. EMORY. The Armies of Asia and Europe. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1878
786SKETCH OF THE INTERNAL CONDITION OF THE UNITED STATES, and of their Political Relations with Europe. By a Russian. 8vo, calf. Baltimore, 1826
787STRACHEY, Edward. Hebrew Politics in the Times of Jargon and Sennacherib, etc. 8vo, cloth. London, 1853
788NILES’ PRINCIPLES AND ACTS OF THE REVOLUTION. 8vo, half Russia. Baltimore, 1822





789JOHNSON'S TREATIES ON LANGUAGE; or, The Relation which Words bear on things. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1836
790PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF BERLIN AND PARIS. By Major Whittingham. 8vo, half morocco. London, 1846
791RUSSELL'S NORTH AMERICA; its Agriculture and Climate. 8vo, cloth. Map. Edinburgh, 1857
792A CIRCULAR LETTER from the General Republican Committee of New York, in Vindication of the Measures of the General Government, and on the Necessity of Supporting them against Foreign Influence and Domestic Faction. 8vo, half morocco. New York, 1809
793GRISWOLD'S PROSE WRITERS OF AMERICA. 8vo, cloth. Portraits.
794ALBERT MEMORIAL GUIDE BOOK to Edinburgh and its Environs. 8vo, cloth Illustrated. Edinburgh, 1877
795RHODE ISLAND. Census of the Rhode Island and Providence Plantations Taken in 1774. Arranged by John R. Bartlett. 8vo, paper. Providence, 1858
796BUTLER'S HISTORY OF KENTUCKY. 8vo, sheep. Title page and a few leaves at back gone.
797LIFE AND REFLECTIONS of Charles Observator. 16mo, sheep.
798THE LOST PRINCE: Facts Tending to Prove the Identity of Louis XVII and Rev. Eleazar Williams. By John H. Hanson. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1854
799MELVILLE'S OMOO. 12mo, cloth.
800BIOGRAPHY OF REVOLUTIONARY HEROES: Brigadier-General Barton and Captain Stephen Olney. By Mrs. Williams. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. Providence. 1839
801THE HOUR AND THE MAN. By Harriett Martineau. 2 vols. in 1. 12mo, half sheep. New York, 1847
802OUTLINES OF THE LIFE OF GEN. LAFAYETTE, ETC. 16mo, half sheep. Tappan, 1830
803MANSFIELD'S POLITICAL GRAMMAR OF THE U. S. 12mo, sheep Cincinnati, 1839
804BALDWIN'S FLUSH TIMES OF ALABAMA AND MISSISSIPPI. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. New York, 1853
805HENRY CRABB ROBINSON'S DIARY. Reminiscences, etc 2 vols.. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1869
806THOMAS, E. S. Reminiscences of the Last Sixty-Five Years, Commencing with the Battle of Lexington, etc. 2 vols., 12mo, cloth. Hartford, 1840
807MACOMB, ALEXANDER. Treatise on Martial Law and Courts-Martial, as Practiced in the U. S. 12mo, old calf. Charleston, 1801
808PAUL FERROLL. 12mo, cloth.
809ETHAN ALLEN. and The Green Mountain Heroes of ’76. Early History of Vermont, etc. By Henry W. DePuy. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. Buffalo, 1853
810COGGESHALL, W. T. Easy Warren and His Contemporaries.
811RURAL HOURS. By A Lady. 12mo, cloth.
812THE TROLLOPIAD; or, Travelling Gentleman in America. By Nil Admirari 12mo, cloth. New York, 1837
813LIFE AND LETTERS of Fitz-Greene Halleck. By James Grant Wilson. 12mo, cloth, uncut, gilt top. New York, 1869
814PARTON'S Life and Times of Aaron Burr. Thick, 12mo, cloth. Portraits. New York, 1858
815WILLIS, N. P. Famous Persons and Places. 12mo.
816CHAUCER'S LEGENDE OF GOODE WOMEN. Corson. 12mo.





817WATTERSON, GEORGE. Course of Study for the Bar and the Senate, with Memoir on the Private Life of the Romans. 12mo, sheep. Washington, 1823
818THE ORATOR'S TEXT-BOOK. By Donald McLeod. 8vo, boards. Washington, 1830
819EXERCISES in Reading and Recitation. Selected by Dr. Barber, etc. 8vo boards. Baltimore, 1823
820THE ART OF SPEAKING, ETC. By James Burgh.
821CONDORCET On the Mind. 12mo, sheep.
822STEDMAN, C. History of the Origin, Progress and Termination of the American War. 2 vols. 8vo, sheep. Dublin, 1794
823ALLEN, PAUL. History of the American Revolution. 2 vols., 8vo. sheep. Baltimore, 1822
824WILSON, THOMAS. Biography of American Military and Naval Heroes; Their Achievements in the Revolutionary and Late Wars; Anecdotes, etc. 2 vols., 12mo, sheep. Portraits. New York, 1817
825HISTORY OF NORTH AMERICA; The Customs and Manners of the Original Inhabitants, etc. By the Rev. Mr. Cooper; with Appendix. 12mo, sheep. Catskill, 1811
826OSSIAN'S POEMS. 2 vols., 18mo, sheep. Plates.
827CAMPBELL, THOMAS. Essay on English Poetry. 16mo, sheep.
828BEAUTIES OF COWPER. 16mo, sheep. Newark, 1801
829“THE WREATH.” A Selection of Elegant Poems. 16mo, half sheep. Hartford, 1824
830“THE SELECTOR.” Poems of Goldsmith, Falconer, Somerville, and Gray. 16mo, sheep. Baltimore, 1814
831THE PLEASURES OF HOPE, IMAGINATION, AND MEMORY. 18mo, old calf. Baltimore, 1814
832THOMPSON'S SEASONS, ETC. 18mo, old calf. Plate.
833POLLOK'S COURSE OF TIME. 16mo, sheep.
834COWPER'S TASK. 18mo. Philadelphia, 1821
835MONTGOMERY'S WORKS. 2 vols., 18mo. Plates.
836CHESTERFIELD'S ADVICE TO HIS SON. 16mo, sheep. Lond., 1790
837JEFFERSON'S MANUAL of Parliamentary Debates, etc. 16mo, half sheep. Washington, 1820
848THE HABITS OF GOOD SOCIETY; With Anecdotes, Humorous Illustrations, etc., etc. 12mo, cloth. London.
839NOTHING TO DO AND NOTHING TO WEAR. 2 vols., 12mo. Illustrated. New York, 1857
840AZARIAN. By Harriet E. Prescott. 12mo, cloth.
841DIARY AND CORRESPONDENCE OF AMOS LAWRENCE, of Maryland.
842LIFE OF WILLIAM PINKNEY. By his Nephew. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1853
843BRADFORD, SAMUEL D. Works 8vo, cloth. Boston, 1858
844RAMSEY'S Life of Washington. 8vo, sheep. Boston, 1811
845MEMORIAL of the Whittlesey Family in the United States, 8vo, cloth, Privately published. 1855
846WHEELER'S Historical Sketches of North Carolina from 1584 to 1857; with Biographical Sketches of Distinguished Statesmen, Lawyers, Soldiers, etc. 2 vols. in 1, 8vo, cloth. Plates. Philadelphia, 1851
847AUTOBIOGRAPHY, REMINISCENCES AND LETTERS of John Trumbull from 1756 to 1841, 8vo, cloth, uncut. Portraits and plates, New York, 1841





848HISTORY OF ILLINOIS from 1778 to 1833; with Life and Times of Ninian Edwards. By his son, Ninian Edwards. 8vo, cloth. Springfield, 1870
849LIFE OF JOHN LEDYARD, the American Traveller. By Jared Sparks. 8vo, half sheep. Cambridge, 1828
850LIFE OF JOHN PENDLETON KENNEDY. By H. T. Tuckerman. 12mo, cloth. Plates. New York, 1871
851COLLECTIONS OF THE NEW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY for 1809. Vol. I containing, the Relation of John De Verrazano of the Land by him Discovered in 1524; Th Voyages of Henry Hudson, etc. 8vo, half sheep. New York, 1811
852NEW YORK. Smith's History of the Province of New York, from the First Discovery to 1732; Account of the Inhabitants. etc. 8vo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1792
853REMINISCENCES OF CATSKILL; Sketches. By James D. Pinckney and others. 8vo, cloth. Catskill, 1868
854PIONEER HISTORY OF CHAMPLAIN VILLAGE; being an Account of the Settlement of Wiiliamsborough. By William Gilliland, with his Journal and other Papers, etc., by Winslow C. Watson. 8vo, paper, uncut. Albany, 1863
855SARATOGA; the Battle, Battle Ground, etc. By Ellen H. Walworth. 8vo, paper. Maps. New York, 1877
856MEXICAN WAR. Reports of the Committee Appointed to make Suitable Arrangements for Bringing on from Mexico the Bodies of the Officers of the New York Regiment of Volunteers, to Prepare the Medals, etc., and make Arrangements for the Reception of the First Regiment, New York Volunteers, on their Return from Mexico. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1850
857LAMB. MRS. MARTHA J. History of the City of New York. Parts 1, 2, 3. 4to, paper. Illustrated.
858TRIALS OF WILLIAM S. SMITH AND SAMUEL G. OGDEN (for Setting on Foot a Military Enterprise against the Dominions of the King of Spain in South America.) in the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of New York. 8vo, sheep. New York, 1807
859THE BROOKLYN CITY and Kings County Record. 12mo, boards, Map Brooklyn, 1855
860DOCUMENTS AND PROCEEDINGS relating to the Formation of a Board in New York for Emigration, Preservation, and Improvement of the Aboriginees of America. 8vo, paper. New York, 1829
861GREENWOOD; a Directory for Visitors. By N. Cleaveland. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. New York, 1850
862RELATIO ITINERIS IN MARYLANDIAM; Narrative of a Voyage to Maryland. By Father Andrew White, S. J. Account of the Colony of the Lord Baron of Baltimore, from 1635 to 1677, 8vo, paper, uncut Baltimore, 1874
863BALTIMORE RIOTS IN 1812; Statements of Various Witnesses. 8vo, paper, 347 pages, uncut. No title page.
864HAWKS, FRANCIS L.; Narrative of Events connected with the Rise and Progress of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Maryland. 8vo, boards. New York, 1839
865ALSOP, GEORGE. A Character of the Province of Maryland, described in four distinct parts; also, a small Treatise on the Wild and Naked Indians, their Customs, Manners, Absurdities, and Religion; and a Collection of Historical Letters. Edited by J. G. Shea. 8vo, in sheets folded Portrait and Map. Fine, clean copy. New York, 1869





866BISSET, JAMES. Abridgement and Collection of the Acts of Assembly of the Province of Maryland at Present in Force, with a small, choice collection of Precedents in Law and Conveyancing. 8vo. half sheep. 8 × 566 pages. Part of p. 344 (Index) gone. Phila., William Bradford, 1759
Brinley's Copy sold for $40.
867LETTER FROM RICHARD RAYNAL KEENE TO LUTHER MARTIN, Esq., on the subject of his “Modern Gratitude.” 8vo, paper, 53 pp. No title page
868POLK, JOSIAH F. The Claim of the Church of Rome to the Exercise of Religious Toleration during the Proprietary of Maryland Examined. 8vo, paper, 32 pp.
869MEMOIR OF THE BARON DE KALB. By T. Spear Smith. 8vo, paper, 36 pp. Baltimore, 1858
870MEMOIR OF JARED SPARKS. By Brantz Mayer. 8vo, paper, uncut, 36 pp. Portrait Balt., 1867
871MEMOIR OF JOHN H. ALEXANDER. By William Pinkney. 8vo, paper, uncut, 31 pp. Balt., 1867
872A PAPER ON CALIFORNIA, read before Maryland Historical Society. By J. M. Harris. 8vo, paper, 32 pp. Balt, 1859
873MAYER, BRANTZ. Commerce, Literature and Art; Discourse on the Dedication of the Baltimore Athenæum. 8vo, paper, 52 pp. Balt., 1848
874AMERICAN COLONIAL HISTORY. Address by Thomas Donaldson before Maryland Historical Society. 8vo, 28 pp. Baltimore, 1859
875THE SIEGE OF BALTIMORE and Battle of La Tranche, with other Original Poems. By Angus Umphravilà. 12mo, paper, uncut. Baltimore, 1817
876MCSHERRY'S HISTORY OF MARYLAND. 12mo, cloth.
877ANNALS OF QUODLIBET. By Solomon Secondthought. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1840
878ATLANTIC CITY; Its Early and Modern History. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1868
879HISTORY OF ST. MARK'S PARISH, CULPEPER COUNTY, VA. By Rev. Philip Slaughter. 12mo, cloth. Maps.
880HISTORY OF BRISTOE PARISH. VA.; with Genealogies, etc. By Rev. Philip Slaughter. 12mo, cloth. Richmond, 1879
881THE MEXICAN WAR Complete Documentary History; The Various Battles; Lists of Officers; The Killed and Wounded; Occupation of the City of Mexico, etc., etc. Thick 8vo, sheep. With maps. Washington, 1848
881aMEXICAN WAR; Correspondence between the Secretary of War and other Officers of the Government. Thick 8vo, half sheep. Washington, 1848
882KENLY, JOHN R. Memoirs of a Maryland Volunteer; War with Mexico. 8vo cloth. Philadelphia, 1873
883BUTTERFIELD, CARLOS. The U. S. and Mexico. 8vo, cloth
884GENERAL TAYLOR AND HIS STAFF; with Anecdotes, Personal Adventures, etc. 8vo. sheep. Portraits. Phila, 1848
885ROBINSON. W. D. The Mexican Revolution. Expedition of General Mina, etc. 8vo, boards, uncut. Phila., 1820
886WITH THE FRENCH IN MEXICO. By J. F. Elton. 8vo, half morocco. Illustrated. London, 1867
887MEXICO AND ITS RELIGION; Historical Notices, etc. By Robt. A. Wilson. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. New York, 1855





888ADVENTURES OF AN ENGLISH SOLDIER IN U. S. ARMY, MEXICAN WAR, etc. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1860
889JOURNAL OF WILLIAM H. RICHARDSON, a Private Soldier in Col. Doniphan's Command. 12mo, paper. Balt., 1847
890THE BATTLE OF BUENA VISTA, with the Operations of the “Army of Occupation.” By James Carleton. Maps. N.Y, 1848
891TEXAS AND THE GULF OF MEXICO; or, Yachting in the New World. By Mrs. Houstoun. 16mo, cloth. Phila., 1845
892COLTON'S WESTERN TOURIST; or, Emigrant's Guide through Ohio, Illinois, Michigan, etc. 16mo, cloth. Map. N.Y., 1843
893JAMES’ TRAVELLER'S COMPANION THROUGH THE WESTERN STATES. 16mo, cloth. Maps. Cincinnati, 1851
894THE CHRONICLES OF GEORGETOWN, D. C., FROM 1851 TO 1878. By Richard T. Jackson. 12mo, cloth. Wash., 1878
895THE PRIVATE JOURNAL OF MADAME CAMPAN; Original Ancestors, etc. 12mo, half sheep. Philadelphia, 1825
896CHRONOLOGICAL ACCOUNTS OF REMARKABLE OCCURRENCES, from the Commencement of the French Revolution to 1815. 12mo, boards. Belfast, 1816
897WALTON AND COTTON. Complete Angler. 2 vols., 12mo, paper. Illustrations. New York, 1847
898LIFE OF GEN. WILLIAM EATON, Officer in the United States Army, and Commandant of the Forces that marched from Egypt through the Desert of Barca in 1805, and Conquered the City of Derne, etc. 8vo, sheep. Portrait. Brookfield, 1813
899ROMANCE OF THE HISTORY OF LOUISIANA. By Charles Gayarre. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1848

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900POLLARD, E. A. Southern History of the War. 4 vols., 8vo, cloth. Portraits. New York, 1866
901SHELBY AND HIS MEN; or, The War in the West. By John N. Edwards. 8vo, cloth. Cincinnati, 1867
902THE UNITED STATES SANITARY COMMISSION in the Valley of the Mississippi during the Rebellion. By Dr. J. S. Newberry. 8vo, cloth, Cleveland, 1871
903PARKER, F. A. The Battle of Mobile Bay. 8vo, cloth. 2 Maps in pocket. Boston, 1878
904POLLARD, E. A. The Lost Cause. Royal 8vo, cloth. Map and Portraits. New York, 1867
905POLLARD, E. A. Life of Jefferson Davis, with Secret History of the Southern Confederacy. 8vo, cloth. Phila., 1869
906HOUGH, F. B. History of Duryèe's Brigade during the Campaign in Virginia and Maryland, 1862. 8vo, half calf, neat. Albany, 1864
907DRAKE, CHAS. D. Union and Anti-Slavery Speeches during the Rebellion. 12mo, cloth. Cincinnati, 1864
908THE PRISONER OF STATE. By D. A. Mahony. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1863
909GLAZIER, CAPT. WILLARD. The Heroes of Three Wars. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. Philadelphia, 1879
910LIFE, SERVICES, AND MARTYRDOM OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. Philadelphia, 1865
911REMINISCENCES OF AN OFFICER OF ZOUAVES. 12mo. cloth. New York, 1860
912DOUBLEDAY, GEN. ABNER. Reminiscences of Forts Sumter and Moultrie in 1860-’1. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1876





913MARKS. The Peninsula Campaign in Virginia; Incidents and Scenes on the Battle-Field and in Richmond. 12mo, paper. Illustrated. Philadelphia, 1864.
914MY DIARY NORTH AND SOUTH. By Wm. Howard Russell. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1863
915DIARY, 1861-’65. By Adam Gurowski. 3 vols., 12mo, cloth.
916BEECHER, H. W. Freedom and War. 12mo, cloth.
917GENERAL TURNER ASHBY and His Compeers. By James B. Avirett. 12mo, cloth. Portrait.
918WAR LETTERS of a Disbanded Volunteer. 12mo, cloth.
919DIARY OF A SOUTHERN REFUGEE. By A Lady. 12mo, cloth.
920ATROCITIES OF THE REBELLION. By Thomas L. Wilson. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated.
921THE REBELLION IN AMERICA. By Baptist W. Noel. 12mo, cloth. London, 1863
922NARRATIVE OF THE CAMPAIGN in the Valley of the Shenandoah in 1861. By Gen. Robt. Patterson. 8vo.
923THE PRISON LIFE of Jefferson Davis. By Lieut. Col. John J. Craven, M. D. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1866
924THE CONSPIRACY UNVEILED. The South Sacrificed, etc. By Rev. Jas. W. Hunnicut. 12mo, cloth.
925BROWNLOW, W. G. (Parson.) Sketches of the Rise, Progress, and Decline of Secession, with Narrative of Personal Adventures Among the Rebels. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated.
926DOINGS IN MARYLAND. By Matilda Douglas. 12mo, cloth.
927DARING AND SUFFERING; a History of the Great Railroad Adventure. By Lieut. Wm. Pettinger. 12mo, cloth.
928BAKER'S HISTORY OF THE U. S. SECRET SERVICE. 8vo, cloth. Illustrated. Phila., 1867
929THE FIELD, THE DUNGEON, AND THE ESCAPE. By A D. Richardson. 8vo, sheep. Portraits and Plates. 1865
930THE HEROES OF ALBANY. A Memorial of the Patriot Martyrs of the City and County of Albany who Sacrificed their Lives during the Late War. By Rufus W. Clark. 8vo, cloth. Portraits. Albany, 1866
931HARPER'S FERRY INVASION. 8vo, cloth. Washington, 1860
932RED-TAPE AND PIGEON-HOLE GENERALS, as seen from the Ranks by a Citizen Soldier. 12mo, cloth.
933RAYMOND, H. J. History of the Administration of President Lincoln. 12mo, cloth. Portraits.
934NICHOLS, MAJ. G. W. Story of the Great March. 12mo, cloth. Maps and Illustrations.
935THE PARTISAN LEADER. By Beverly Tucker, of Virginia; secretly printed in Washington in 1836 for Circulation in the Southern States, but afterward suppressed. 2 vols., 12mo, paper. New York, 1861
936JOURNAL OF ALFRED ELY, a Prisoner of War in Richmond. Edited by Charles Lanman. 12mo, cloth.
937“FOLLOWING THE DRUM.” By Mrs. Vielé. 12mo, cloth.
938THE COLOR-GUARD. By James K. Hosmer. 12mo, cloth.
939CAMPAIGNS OF 1862 AND 1863; Illustrating the Principles of Strategy. By Emil Schalk. 12mo. cloth.
940OWEN, ROBERT DALE. The Wrong of Slavery, the Right of Emancipation. 12mo, cloth.
941REBEL INVASION OF MARYLAND AND PENNSYLVANIA, and the Battle of Gettysburg. With Map. By M. Jacobs. 12mo, cloth.
942IS DAVIS A TRAITOR? By A. T. Bledsoe. 12mo, cloth.





943ANTICIPATIONS OF THE FUTURE, TO SERVE AS LESSONS FOR THE PRESENT. 12mo, cloth. Richmond, 1860
944LIFE OF STONEWALL JACKSON. By a Virginian.
945BATTLE-FIELDS OF THE SOUTH, from Bull Run to Fredericksburgh. By an English Non-combatant. 8vo, cloth. Maps. New York, 1864
946SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF RANDOLPH FAIRFAX, a Private in the Ranks of the Rockbridge Artillery; with Brief Account of Jackson's Valley Campaign. By Rev. Philip Slaughter. 12mo, cloth. 1878
947THE NATURAL HISTORY OF SECESSION. By Thos. S. Goodwin. 12mo. New York, 1865
948THE STORY OF THE GUARD. By Jesse Benton Fremont. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1863
949THE U. S. SANITARY COMMISSION. A Sketch of its Purposes and Works. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1863
950THE LAST POLITICAL WRITINGS OF GEN NATHANIEL LYON; with his Life, etc. 12mo, cloth. Portrait New York, 1861
951HOSPITAL TRANSPORTS. A Memoir of the Embarkation of the Sick and Wounded from the Peninsula of Virginia in 1863 12mo. cloth. Boston, 1863
952SOUTH SONGS. Collected by F. C. De Leon. 12mo, cloth, gilt. New York, 1861
953THE UPRISING OF A GREAT PEOPLE. The U. S. in 1861. By Count Agènor de Gasparin. 12mo, cloth. N. Y., 1861
954THE PROSTRATE STATE. South Carolina under Negro Government. By Jas. S. Pike. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1861
955GENERAL NATHANIEL LYON AND MISSOURI IN 1861. By James Peckham. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1866
956THE BOYS IN WHITE. Wheelock. 12mo, cloth.
957THE BOYS IN BLUE. Incidents and Reminiscences from Camp, Battle Field, etc. By Mrs. A. H. Hoge. 8vo, cloth. Illustrated. New York, 1867
958THE IMPENDING CRISIS OF THE SOUTH. How to Meet it. By H. R. Helper. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1861
959SIX MONTHS AT THE WHITE HOUSE WITH ABRAHAM LINCOLN. By F. W. Carpenter. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1866
960HANAFORD. MRS. P. A. Abraham Lincoln; His Life and Services. 8vo, cloth. Boston, 1865
961MEMORIAL RECORD of the Nation's Tribute to Abraham Lincoln. Compiled by B. F. Morris. 8vo, cloth. Wash., 1865
962MCCLELLAN, GEN. G. B. Report on the Organization of the Army of the Potomac, and its Campaigns in Virginia and Maryland, 1861-2. 8vo, cloth. Wash., 1864
963FORT PILLOW MASSACRE 8vo, cloth. Illustrated.
964THIRTEEN MONTHS IN THE REBEL ARMY; Personal Adventures, etc. By an Impressed New Yorker. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1862
965HEADLEY, P. C. Life and Campaigns of General U. S. Grant. 8vo, cloth. Illustrated. New York, 1869
966SPIRIT OF THE PULPIT, with reference to the present crisis. Sermons by Distinguished Divines, North and South. 8vo, paper. New York, 1861
967GENERAL SHERMAN'S Official Account of His Great March. 12mo, paper. New York, 1865
968REPORT OF MAJOR-GENERAL MEADE'S Military Operations and Administration of Civil Affairs in the Department of the South for 1868. 12mo, paper. Atlanta, 1868





969DIX, JOHN A. Speeches and Occasional Addresses. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth, uncut. New York, 1864
970THE CAMPAIGNS OF LIEUTENANT-GENERAL N. B. FORREST AND OF FORREST'S CAVALRY. By General Thomas Jordan and J. B. Pryor. 8vo, cloth. Portraits, Maps, and Illustrations. New Orleans, 1868
971WOMEN OF THE WAR; Their Heroism and Self-Sacrifice. By Frank Moore. 8vo, cloth. Portraits and Plates Hartford, 1866
972SOUTHERN GENERALS AND THEIR CAMPAIGNS. By W. P. Snow, 8vo, cloth. Portraits. New York, 1866
973LIFE OF PAULINE CUSHMAN, the Celebrated Union Spy and Scout. By T. L. Sarimento. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. Phila, 1865
974MY CAVE LIFE IN VICKSBURG. By a Lady. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1864
975THE NEW YANKEE DOODLE. By Truman Trumbull. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1868
976EULOGY ON ABRAHAM LINCOLN. By Henry C. Deming before the General Assembly of Connecticut. 8vo, cloth. Hart., 1865
977BATTLE-PIECES AND ASPECTS OF THE WAR. By Herman Melville. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1866
978AT ANCHOR; a Story of our Civil War. By an American. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1865
979BEYOND THE LINES; a Yankee Prisoner Loose in Dixie. By Captain T. J. Geer. 12mo, cloth.
980AMERICAN POLITICS; Causes of the Civil War, etc. By. W. W. Haudlin. 8vo, cloth. New Orleans, 1864
981MISS RAVENEL'S CONVERSION FROM SECESSION TO LOYALTY. By J. W. De Forest. 12mo cloth. New York, 1867
982HISTORY OF THE PLOTS AND CRIMES of the Great Conspiracy to Overthrow Liberty in America. By Deacon Dye. Explaining how Harrison, Taylor, and Lincoln were Successfully Assassinated while acting as Presidents, etc. 8vo, half morocco Portraits. Philadelphia, 1868
983FOUR YEARS A SCOUT AND SPY; “General Bunker.” By E. C. Downs. 8vo, cloth. Zanesville, 1866
984GODDARD, SAMUEL A. Letters on the American Rebellion. 8vo, cloth. London, 1870
985THE SANITARY COMMISSION OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY; a Narrative of its Works and Purposes. 8vo, cloth. N. Y., 1864
986HISTORY OF ANTIETAM NATIONAL CEMETERY, with List of Loyal Soldiers Buried Therein, etc. 8vo, cloth. Photographs. Baltimore, 1869
987EVERETT, EDWARD. Address at the Consecration of the National Cemetery at Gettysburg, Speech of President Lincoln, etc. 8vo, cloth. Maps. Boston, 1864
988MEMORIAL RECORD of the New York Branch of the United States Christian Commission. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1866
989REVISED REPORT of Select Committee on National Cemetery to the House of Representatives of Pennsylvania. 8vo, cloth. Plates. Harrisburg, 1865
990HISTORY OF THE CINCINNATI SOCIETY OF EX-ARMY AND NAVY OFFICERS; with Name, Record, and Rank of Members. By A. H. Mattox. Imperial 8vo, cloth, uncut, gilt top. Cin., 1880
991MCCLELLAN'S REPORT ON THE ORGANIZATION AND CAM-paigns of the Army of the Potomac; with Campaign in Western Virginia. 8vo, cloth. Maps. New York, 1864





992PHILANTHROPIC RESULTS OF THE WAR IN AMERICA. By an American Citizen. 16mo, cloth. New York, 1864
993OUR CAMPAIGN AROUND GETTYSBURG; a Memorial of the 23d Regiment, N. G. S. N. Y., etc. 12mo, cloth. Brooklyn, 1864
994LIFE OF JEFFERSON DAVIS. By a South Carolinian. 12mo, cloth. London, 1865
995PATRIOTISM IN POETRY AND PROSE. 12mo, cloth. Phila., 1865
996RECONSTRUCTION. Report of the Joint Committee of the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States on the Condition of the so-called Confederate States, and whether they are entitled to Representation in Congress, etc. Thick 8vo, cloth. Washington, 1866
997THE GRAND REVIEW OF THE DEAD; written for Decoration Day, 1869. By G. Naphegyi. 8vo, cloth. N. Y., 1869
998THE SUNNY LAND; or, Prison, Prose and Poetry. By Col. B. H. Jones. 12mo, cloth. Balt., 1868
999DOWN IN TENNESSEE AND BACK BY WAY OF RICHMOND. By Edmund Kirke. 12mo, cloth. N. Y., 1865
1000CAPTURE OF FORTS JACKSON, St. Philip and New Orleans. Official Reports and Documents. 8vo, boards. Colored Plates and Maps. Washington, 1862
1001EXERCISES connected with the Unveiling of the Ellsworth Monument at Mechanicsville, 1874. 8vo, half sheep. Portrait. Albany, 1865
1002SHERMAN'S MARCH THROUGH THE SOUTH. By Capt. David Conyngham. 12mo. cloth.
1003ENGLAND, the United States, and the Southern Confederacy. By F. W. Sargent. London, 1864; also, Les Etats Confederes et l'Esclavage. Par F. W. Sargent. In 1 vol., 8vo, half morocco. Paris, 1864
1004FORT LAFAYETTE; or, Love and Secession. By Benjamin Wood. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1862
1005THE MCDONALDS; or, Ashes of Southern Homes. By W. H. Peck. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1864
1006CHRISTIAN MEMORIALS OF THE WAR. By H. B. Hackett. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1864
1007LEAVES FROM A TROOPER'S DIARY. 12mo, cloth.
1008LIFE AND DEATH IN REBEL PRISONS. By Robt. H. Kellogg. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. Hartford, 1865
1009REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE CONDUCT OF THE WAR. 8 vols., 8vo, cloth. Washington, 1863-’66
The first three volumes contain Reports on the Army of the Potomac. Bull Run, Ball's Bluff, etc.; the next three volumes on Fort Fisher Expedition, Battle of Petersburg, Red River Expedition, etc.; the two supplemental volumes, Reports of Generals Sherman, Thomas, Pope, etc.
1010THE KU-KLUX CONSPIRACY. Complete Report, with testimony. (Queer reading) 13 vols., 8vo, cloth. Washington, 1872
1011THE FALLEN BRAVE. A Memorial of American Officers Killed in the War for the Union. Edited by J. G. Shea. 4to, cloth. Fine Steel Portraits. New York, 1861
1012MEMORIAL OF THE GREAT CENTRAL FAIR for the U. S. Sanitary Commission. By Chas. J. Stillè. 4to, cloth, uncut. Gilt top. Photographs.
1013NEW ORLEANS RIOTS. 8vo, cloth. Washington, 1867
1014TRIBUTES OF THE NATIONS TO LINCOLN. Thick 4to, half morocco. Washington, 1867





1015IMPEACHMENT TRIAL OF ANDREW JOHNSON. President of the U. S. 3 vols., 8vo, cloth. Washington, 1868
1016THE SOLDIERS’ HYMN BOOK AND PSALMS. 2 books.
1017LIBERTY OR DEATH. By Mrs. Hardwick. Harrisburg, 1862
1018SECESSION AN ABSURDITY. By F. C. Treadwell. N. Y., 1861
REBELLION PAMPHLETS MOSTLY OCTA VO—
1019ARBITRARY ARRESTS IN THE SOUTH; or, Scenes from the Experience of an Alabama Unionist. By R. S. Tharin. 12mo, paper. New York, 1863
1020EDGE, P. M. Major General McClellan and the Campaign on the Yorktown Peninsula. 8vo, paper. New York, 1865
1021TRIAL OF THE CONSPIRATORS. Argument of John A. Bingham, Special Judge Advocate. 8vo, paper. Washington, 1865
1022LINCOLN'S FIRST MESSAGE and Accompanying Documents.
1023PROCEEDINGS OF SOUTHERN HISTORICAL SOCIETY, with Address of General Jubal A. Early. Baltimore, 1873
1024THE CAMPAIGNS OF GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE; Address by General Jubal A. Early. Baltimore, 1872
1025REPORT of the Great Union Meeting at the Academy of Music. 8vo. New York, 1859
1026BELLOWS, H W. Unconditional Loyalty. 12mo. N. Y., 1863
1027—— The War to End only when Rebellion Ceases 8vo, paper. New York, 1863
1028RECONSTRUCTION OF THE UNION. By a Citizen of Iowa. 8vo, paper. 1863
1029CAMP JACKSON; its History and Significance. By Charles D. Drake. 8vo, paper St. Louis, 1863
1030THE LOYALIST'S AMMUNITION. 8vo, paper. Phila., 1803
1031LIEBER, FRANCIS. No Party Now, but All for our Country. Phila., 1863
1032THOMAS, B. F. The Relation of the Seceded States to the Union, etc. 37 pp. Boston, 1862
1033BROOM, W. W. An Englishman's Thoughts on the Crimes of the South, etc. New York, 1865
1034GENERAL FREMONT AND THE INJUSTICE DONE HIM. By W. Brotherhead. Philadelphia, 1862
1035WOMAN AND THE WAR. By George W. Birdseye. 24 pp. New York, 1865
1035THE LOYALTY AND DEVOTION OF COLORED AMERICANS IN the Revolution and the War of 1812. Boston, 1861
1037THE MANIFEST DESTINY OF THE AMERICAN UNION. 72 pp. New York, 1857
1038THE ISSUES AND DUTIES OF THE DAY. By E. D. Mansfield. Cincinnati, 1864
1039THE OLIVE BRANCH; or, The Evil and the Remedy. By Charles Miner. 35 pp. Philadelphia, 1866
1040THE CONSPIRACY OF THE LEADING MEN IN THE REPUBLICAN Party to Destroy the Union. By Thos. J. Miles. 35 pp. New York, 1864
1041ULLMAN, DANIEL. The Organization of the Colored Troops and Regeneration of the South. Albany, 1868
1042AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING NATIONAL UNITY. New York, 1861
1043A BAKE-PAN FOR THE DOUGH-FACES. By one of them. 64 pages. Burlington, Vt., 1854





1044ADDRESS ON GEN. ROBERT E. LEE. By Gen. Wade Hampton. 54 pages. Balt., 1871
1045THE BOOT ON THE OTHER LEG; or, Loyalty above Party. 16 pages. Phila., 1863
1046AMERICAN DESTINY; Republican or Cossack? 44 pages. New York, 1864
1047THE FIVE COTTON STATES AND NEW YORK. 64 pages. 1861
1048CASE OF THE SEIZURE OF THE SOUTHERN ENVOYS. 26 pages. London, 1861
1049THE PRESENT CRISIS; Letters of Hon. James Holt, Edward Everett, etc. 45 pages. Phila., 1861
1050POLITICAL OPINIONS IN 1776 AND 1863. By Sidney Cromwell. 19 pages. New York, 1863
1051THE LEAGUE FOR THE UNION. By George Bancroft and James Milliken. 20 pages. Phila., 1863
1052SECRETS OF THE AMERICAN BASTILE. 72 pages. Phila., 1863
1053HOLMES, O. W. Oration on Fourth of July, 1863. 30 pages.
1054MCCLELLAN FROM BALL'S BLUFF TO ANTIETAM. By George Wilkes. 40 pages. New York, 1863
1055CONDENSED HISTORY OF THE WAR. For working men. Illustrated with wood-cuts. 1868
1056WASHINGTON AND JACKSON ON NEGRO SOLDIERS.
1057DESIRABLENESS OF ACTIVE SERVICE: Sermon before 10th Connecticut Regiment at St. Augustine, Fla., by Chaplain Trumbull. 21 pages. Hartford, 1864
1058BUTLER, B. F. Character and Results of the War. How to End it. Philadelphia 1863
1059REVIEW BY JUDGE PIERREPONT of Gen. Butler's Defense, before the House of Representatives, in relation to the New Orleans Gold. 27 pp. New York, 1865
1060EULOGY ON ABRAHAM LINCOLN. By Chas. Carroll Everett. 30 pp. Bangor, 1865
1061A NORTHERN PLEA FOR PEACE. By Wm. B. Reed. 47 pp. London, 1863
1062COMMON SENSE. A Poem. Copyrighted by Dr. John Anderson. New Orleans, 1859
1063WHAT IS OUR TRUE POLICY? By a Virginian. 76 pp. Richmond, 1866
1064THE LECOMPTON QUESTION, Governor Wise's Letters to N. Y. Tammany Society, and others. 67 pp. 1857
1065THINGS FOR NORTHERN MEN TO DO. By Beriah Green. 22 pp. New York, 1836
1066HORACE GREELEY DECENTLY DISSECTED. By A. Oakey Hall. 38pp. New York, 1862
1067ADDRESS TO THE DEMOCRACY OF THE U. S. 1860
1068STATE RIGHTS. A Photograph from the Ruins of Ancient Greece. By Prof. Tayler Lewis. 47 pp. Albany, 1864
1069SPEECH OF HENRY WHITE DAVIS, at Philadelphia. 1863
1070THE HEROIC PERIODS IN A NATION'S HISTORY. By Tayler Lewis. 58 pp. New York, 1866
1071ARE THE SOUTHERN PRIVATEERSMEN PIRATES? By Chas. P. Daly. 13 pp. New York, 1862
1072THE NORTH AND THE SOUTH. By Elwood Fisher. 24 pp. Charleston, 1849
1073POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY. (Douglas and Black.) By a Southern Citizen. 48 pp. Baltimore, 1859
1074LIFE AND SERVICES OF GEN. MEADE. Philadelphia, 1864





1075LIFE AND SPEECHES OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. N. Y., 1860
1076LIFE OF LINCOLN. “Tribune Tract,” No. 6. 32 pp.
1077ADDRESS OF COL. CHAS. MARSHALL, before the Virginia Division of the Army of Northern Virginia. 23 pp. Rich., 1875
1078THE MEDIATOR BETWEEN THE NORTH AND SOUTH; Thoughts of an American in the Wilderness. Baltimore, 1862
1079ROLL OF THE STUDENTS OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY WHO Served in the Army or Navy of the U. S. during the Rebellion. 48 pp. Cambridge, 1866
1080WILSON, HENRY. Military Measures of the U. S. Congress, 1861-’5. 88 pp. New York, 1866
1081LIST OF ELECTORS RESIDENT OF CALIFORNIA IN THE MILItary Service of the U. S. entitled to Vote at the General and Judicial Elections, 1865. 329 pp. Sacramento, 1865
1082BALLADS OF THE WAR. The “March to the Capital.” By J. H. Duganne. 4to, 35 pp. Wood-cut Illustrations.
1083REPORT OF MAJ. GEN. POPE ON THE OPERATIONS OF THE Army of Virginia. 256 pp. Large Map. Wash., 1863
1084RIFLE SHOTS AT PAST AND PASSING EVENTS. By an Inhabitant of the Comet of 1861. 112 pp. 1862
1085SOCIETY OF THE ARMY OF THE TENNESSEE. Proceedings at the 8th, 9th, 10th, 12th and 13th Annual Meetings. 5 vols., 8vo, paper. Cincinnati, 1875-’9
CONFEDERATE PUBLICATIONS—
1086THE SECESSION CONVENTION OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1860-’1. 8vo half morocco, 873 pp.
Contains the State and Confederate Constitutions. List of Members, etc., etc.
1087OFFICIAL REPORTS OF BATTLES, (Manassas, Fort Donaldson, Shiloh, etc., etc.) Published by order of Congress. 8vo, cloth. Richmond, 1862
1088GILLIAM'S MANUAL OF INSTRUCTION FOR THE VOLUNTEERS AND MILITIA of the Southern States. 12mo, cloth. Richmond, 1861
1089MANUAL OF MILITARY SURGERY for the use of the C. S. Army. Richmond, 1863
1090SEAMANSHIP. A Text-Book for the Midshipmen of the C. S. Navy. By W. H. Parker. Richmond, 1864
1091BATTLE OF YOUNG'S BRANCH, or Manassas Plain, fought July 21, 1861; also, the Battle-ground of the 18th July and Gen. Beauregard's Report of the same. By T. B. Warder and Jos. M. Catlett. 16mo, paper. Maps. Richmond, 1862
1092THE PRACTICE OF WAR from Jomini and others. By Pardigon. 16mo, paper. Illustrated. Richmond, 1862
1093BURROWES’ PIANO-FORTE PRIMER. Richmond, 1864
1094THE JUDGE ADVOCATE'S VADE MECUM. By C. H. Lee. 8vo, half sheep. Richmond, 1863
1095WHEELER, MAJ. GEN. JOSEPH. Revised System of Cavalry Tactics. 16mo, boards. Illustrated. Mobile, 1863
1096ANDREWS’ MOUNTED ARTILLERY DRILL. (Dedicated to Stonewall Jackson.) 12mo, cloth. Charleston, 1863
1097FAITH, the Victory. By Rt. Rev. John McGill, Bishop of Richmond. 12mo, paper. Richmond, 1865
1098DIGEST OF THE MILITARY AND NAVAL LAWS of the Confederate States. Arranged by Captain W. W. Lester and W. J. Broomwell, Dep't of State. 8vo, boards. Columbia, 1864





1099POLLARD, E. A. First and Second Years of the War. 2 vols., 8vo, paper. 1 page gone. Richmond, 1862-’3
1100THE AGE. (Confederate Magazine.) Nos. 1 to 4. All published. 8vo, Extremely scarce. Richmond, 1864
1101SOUTHERN LITERARY MESSENGER. February and April, 1864. 2 numbers.
1102THE RIVALS: A Chickahominy Story. By Miss M. J. H., of Virginia. 8vo, paper. Illustrated. Richmond, 1864
1103MRS. HALIBURTON'S TROUBLES. By Mrs. Henry Wood. 2 vols., 8vo, paper. A few pages missing at end. Richmond, 1865
1104THE ROMANCE OF A POOR YOUNG MAN. By Octave Feuillet. 8vo, paper. Richmond, 1863
1105VICTOR HUGO'S LES MISERABLES: Cosette, Marius, St. Denis, Jean Valjean. 4 vols., 8vo, paper. Richmond, 1863-’4
1106JOHN MARCHMONT'S LEGACY. By Miss M. E. Braddon. 8vo, paper. Richmond, 1865
1107MISTRESS AND MAID. By Miss Muloch. 8vo, paper. Rich., 1864
1108LIFE OF STONEWALL JACKSON. By a Virginian. 12mo, paper. No title page. Richmond, 1863
1109CAUSE AND CONTRAST; an Essay on the American Crisis. By T. W. MacMahon. 8vo, paper. Richmond, 1862
1110PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS of the Confederates States on the Death of Hon. John Tyler. 8vo, paper. Richmond, 1862
1111THE TRUE CHURCH INDICATED TO THE INQUIRER. By Rt. Rev. Bishop McGill. 12mo, paper. Richmond, 1862
1112MISSOURI STATE CONVENTION, 1861. Journal and Proceedings. 8vo, boards. St. Louis, 1861
1113VIELE'S HANDBOOK of Field Fortification and Artillery, etc. 12mo, muslin. Illustrated. Richmond, 1861
1114THE SPIRIT OF MILITARY INSTITUTIONS. By Marshal Marmont. Translated with Notes. by Frank Schaller, Col. 22d Miss. 12mo, cloth. Columbia, 1804
1115PRACTICAL SURGERY FOR FIELD AND HOSPITAL. By Edward Warren, M. D. 12mo, cloth. Richmond, 1863
1116IN VINCULIS; or, The Prisoner of War. 12mo, cloth. Petersburg, 1866
1117NOTES ON THE SURGERY OF THE WAR IN THE CRIMEA. By G. H. B. McLeod 12mo, boards Richmond, 1862
1118THE DIXIE SPELLER. Raleigh, 1864
1119THE CONFEDERATE SPELLING BOOK. Richmond, 1865
1120HARDEE'S RIFLE AND LIGHT INFANTRY TACTICS. Plates.
1121GENERAL ORDERS, War Department, C. S. A., 1862. 8vo, half sheep. Charleston, 1863
1122ARMY REGULATIONS. C. S. A. No date, incomplete.
1123A GEOGRAPHY FOR BEGINNERS. Palmetto Series. 1864
1124THE CAMPAIGN from Texas to Maryland, with Battle of Fredericksburg, Muster Roll, etc. By Rev. Nicholas A. Davis, Chaplain 4th Texas Reg. 12mo, paper. Illustrated. Richmond, 1863
1125PROCEEDINGS of the Court of Inquiry relative to the Fall of New Orleans. 8vo, paper. Richmond, 1864
1126MILITARY LAWS OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES. Rich., 1863
1127MAHAN ON FIELD FORTIFICATION. Rich., 1862
1128CONFEDERATE ARMY REGULATIONS. Rich., 1862
1129—— Ditto for 1863.
1130—— Ditto for 1864.
1131REGULATIONS FOR THE SUBSISTENCE DEPARTMENT, C. S. A.





1132EVIDENCE BEFORE A JOINT SPECIAL COMMITTEE OF THE CON-federate Congress to investigate the Affairs of the Navy Department. 8vo, half sheep. Rich., 1862
1133MAHAN ON PERMANENT FORTIFICATION and the Attack and Defence of Permanent Works. 8vo, half mor. Rich., 1863
1134CHISOLM'S MILITARY SURGERY. Rich., 1861
1135SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT OF POSTMASTER-GENERAL. 1863
1136POSTMASTER-GENERAL'S REPORT. 1864
1137REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS, January, 1863.
1138——Ditto, dated Jan., 1864.
1139——Ditto, dated Jan., 1865.
1140RULES AND DIRECTIONS for Proceedings in the C. S. Patent Office. 12mo, paper, 48 pp. Richmond, 1861
1141BLANK FORM for granting Letters-Patent, C. S. Signed Rufus R. Rhodes, Com. Patents.
1142REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY, C. S. A., dated Jan., 1863. Paper. 78 pp.
1143——Ditto, dated Nov., 1864. Paper, 56 pp.
1144COMMUNICATION from Secretary of Treasury, C. S. A., recommending certain changes in the Impressment Laws. 1864
1145——Ditto, Tables of Commerce and Navigation, 1863. 51 pp.
1146REPORT of the Commissioner of Taxes and Law Office, 1863. 45 pp. paper.
1147PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE, 26 pp.
1148REPORT of Committee on Claims. Mary Clark. 1863.
1149REPORT of the Committee on the Judiciary upon the Suspension of the Habeas Corpus, 1864.
1150REPORT of Committee on Deceased Soldiers’ Claims, 1864.
1151PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE, dated Nov., 1864.
1152ADDRESS OF CONGRESS to the People of the Confederate States at the end of the First Permanent Congress.
1153OPINION of John H. Gilmer on the Conscription Act.
1154CONFEDERATE STATES VS. JOHN H. GILMER. Opening Argument of Gilmer and Opinion of Judge Halyburton construing the Sequestration Act. 31 pp. 1862
1155ADDRESS OF ALBERT PIKE TO SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES OF ARKANSAS, in the Confederate Congress. 20 pp. 1863
1156GILMER, JOHN H. The Existing Status of the Revolution. 16 pp. 1864
1157THE LITTLE RED BOOK; or, Confederate Department Directory. 24 pp. Richmond, 1861
1158REGISTER OF THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. Richmond 1861
1159BENEFICIARY MINISTERIAL EDUCATION. Report adopted by General Assembly of Presbyterian Church in the Confederate States. Richmond, 1864
1160SERMON BY BISHOP MEADE at opening of the Convention of the P. E. Church of Virginia. 28 pp. Richmond, 1861
1161CORRESPONDENCE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE in Relation to the British Consuls resident in the Confederate States. 55 pp. Richmond, 1863
1162HENRY, GUSTAVUS A. Speech in the Senate on the Position of the Confederate States. 8vo, boards. Richmond, 1864
1163PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOUTH BAPTIST CONVENTION, Savannah, Ga., 71 pp. Richmond, 1861
1164PERMANENT CONSTITUTION OF THE C. S. 19 pp. Rich., 1861





1165MARYLAND. Report of the Committee on Federal Relations in Regard to calling a Sovereign Convention. 1861
1166REGISTER OF THE CONFEDERATE DEAD in Hollywood Cemetery; Richmond, Va. Royal 8vo, paper, 117 pp. Map. Richmond, 1869
1167VIRGINIA. John H. Gilmer to the People of.
1168——Message of the Governor, (the first after Secession.) and Accompanying Documents. Richmond, 1861
1169——Report of the Rector and Visitors of the University of Va. 69 pp. 1861
1170——Communication from Governor relative to Appointment of Va.: Officers lately in U. S. Army. 1861
1171——Report of Col. A. W. McDonald, Relative to his Mission to England. 20 pp. 1861
1172——Report of Committees on the Ability of Des Minieres Bros. & Co., to Complete the James River and Kanawha Canal. 45 pp. 1861
1173——Governor's Communication with Documents from State and Confederate Officers. 1863
1174——Biennial Reports of the Board of Public Works, 1861-’2 and 1862-’3. 309 pp.
1175Governor's Communication, with Documents from Georgia. 1862
1176——Ditto, with Documents from Alabama. 1863
1177——Message and accompanying Documents. 1863
1178——Acts passed at Called-Session of the Assembly, 1863 38 pp.
1179——Governor's Communication Relative to Pardons, Reprieves, etc. 23 pp. 1863
1180——Report of the Board of Public-Works, acting as Supervisors of Salt Works. 20 pp. 1863
1181——Report of Committee on Salt, etc. 8 pp. 1863
1182——Communication from Auditing Board relative to Commutation of Clothing, etc. 1863
1183——Report relative to Abolishing the Office of Paymaster of the Virginia Forces, etc. 49 pp. 1863
1184——Governor's Message, etc., 1863, 24 pp.
1185——Report of Auditor. 1864. 7 pp.
1186——Report Com. on Confederate Relations relative to Exemption of State Officers, etc.
1187——The Republic Extra, Governor's Message, the first after the Surrender, June, 1865. 8 pp.
1188——Governor's Response to Genl. Assembly on Exempting State Officers. 8 pp. 1865
1189——Governor's Address to the People of Virginia May 19, 1865. 16 pp.
1190——Gilmer, Jno. H. The State Convention. 3 pp. 1861
1191——Acts of Assembly, 1861-’2; of Extra Session, 1862; Ordidances of the Convention, 1861, etc. 8vo, paper.
1192——Acts passed at called Session, 1865; at Adjourned Session, 1863; New Constitution of State, Amended Bill of Rights, etc. 8vo, boards. Richmond, 1862-’3
1193Acts passed at called Session, 1863, and at Session, 1863-’4 8vo, boards. Richmond, 1863-’4
1194——Constitution of State and Ordinances of Convention at Alexandria, Feb., 1864. 31 pp. Alexandria, 1864
1195——Acts passed at Extra Session, June, 1865.





1196——Acts passed at Regular Session, Dec., 1865.
1197——Journal of House of Delegates, Extra Session, 1861. 104 pp. Wheeling, 1861
1198——Ditto, Extra Session, Dec. 4th, 1862. 8vo, boards. Wheeling, 1862
1199——Ditto for Session, 1864-’5, 83 pp. Alexandria, 1865
1200——Acts of General Assembly, Extra Session, 1st July, 1861. 65 pp. Wheeling, 1861
1201——Ditto, Extra Session, 6th May, 1862, 31 pp. Wheeling, 1862
1202THE FIELD MANUAL for Officers on Ordnance Duty. Richmond, 1862
1203CORRESPONDENCE between the War Department and General Lovell. Relating to the Defences of New Orleans. 8vo, paper, 123 pp. Richmond, 1863
1204A MESSAGE from the Army of the Valley of Virginia. 1 p. June 10, 1865.
1205REPORT OF THE SECRETART OF WAR, dated November 3, 1864. 8vo, paper, 36 pp.
1206REPORT OF THE BOARD OF VISITORS of the Virginia Military Institute, July, 1863. 8vo, 111 pp.
1207REPORT OF COMMITTEE on Deceased Soldiers’ Claims. 1864
1208MINORITY REPORT on the Bill to Increase the Military Force of the Confederate States.
1209REGULATIONS for the Medical Department of the Army. 8vo, boards. Richmond, 1861
1210REGULATIONS of the Ordnance Department of the Confederate States. Richmond, 1861
1211COMMUNICATION FROM SECRETARY OF WAR, Relative to Act to “Provide and Organize a General Staff.” 1864
1212REPORT OF THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL, Colonel of Ordnance, etc., for 1861.
1213REPORT OF SPECIAL COMMITTEE to Inquire into Certain Outrages of the Enemies.
1214REPORT on Quartermaster and Commissary Departments.
1215OFFICIAL REPORTS of the Defence and Fall of Fort Donelson. 1862
1216REPORT of Special Committee on Pay and Clothing of the Army. February, 1865
1217BATTLE OF CHICKAMAUGA. Official Report of 234 pages. Richmond, 1864
1218BRIEF HISTORY of the 46th Ohio Volunteers; also Falsehood of Grant as to General Johnson's Fall, etc. By Colonel T. Worthington, in his 74th year. 8vo, paper, 96 pages. Washington, 1878
1219SHILOH. The only Correct Military History of U. S. Grant and of the Missing Army Records for which he is alone responsible, to conceal his organized Defeat of the Union Army at Shiloh. By T. Worthington, a West Point Graduate. Also, The Blunders of the Rebellion and their Dead-Sea Fruit, etc.; in 1 vol., 8vo, paper, 179 pp. Washington, 1872
1220CONFEDERATE STATUTES AT LARGE and Constitution of the Confederate States; ditto of the Provisional Government; Treaties with the Creeks, Choctaws, Chickasaws, Seminoles, Comanches, and other Indian Tribes, etc. 6 vols., 8vo, paper. Richmond, 1862-’64
A complete set. Very scarce.





SLAVERY—
1221THOUGHTS ON DOMESTIC SLAVERY. 18mo, cloth. Balto., 1848
1222ABOLITION A SEDITION. By a Northern Man. 18mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1839
1223FULLER AND WAYLAND ON DOMESTIC SLAVERY 16mo, cloth. New York, 1860
1224LIFE OF REV. NOAH DAVIS, a colored man. 18mo. Balto.
1225BEECHER, CATHARINE E., on Slavery and Abolitionism. 18mo, boards. Philadelphia, 1837
1226CHANNING, WM. E. Slavery. 16mo, cloth. Boston, 1835
1227THE CONSPIRACY UNVEILED. The South Sacrificed; or. The Horrors of Secession. By James W. Hunnicutt. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1863
1228THE REJECTED STONE; or, Insurrection vs. Resurrection in America. By a Native of Virginia. 12mo, cloth. Bost., 1862
1229THE IMPOLICY OF THE AFRICAN SLAVE TRADE. By Rev. T. Clarkson. 12mo, boards. London, 1788
1230THE MAN OF THE NORTH AND THE MAN OF THE SOUTH; or, The Influence of Climate. By Ch. Victor de Boustellen. 16mo, cloth. New York, 1864
1231GURLEY, R. R. Mission to England. 12mo, cloth. Wash., 1841
1232—— The Colonization and Civilization of Africa. 12mo, half sheep. London, 1841
1233THE SOUTH SINCE THE WAR. Fourteen Weeks’ Travel in Georgia and the Carolinas. By Sidney Andrews. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1866
1234POLLARD, E. A. Black Diamonds Gathered in the Darkey Homes of the South. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1860
1235THE FREEDMAN'S BOOK. By L. Maria Child. Bost., 1865
1236THE REFUGEE; or, The Narratives of Fugitive Slaves in Canada. By Benjamin Drew. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1856
1237CANNIBALS ALL; or, Slaves Without Masters. By George Fitzhugh. 16mo, cloth. Richmond, 1857
1238NEGROMANIA, the Falsely Assumed Equality of the Various Races of Men. By John Campbell. 12mo, cloth. Phila., 1851
1239HELPER, HINTON ROWAN. Negroes in Negroland, etc. 16mo, paper. New York, 1868
1240—— Mojoque. A Question for a Continent. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1867
1241KEMBLE, FRANCES ANNE. Journal of a Residence on a Geogia Plantation. 12mo. New York, 1863
1242MODERN REFORM EXAMINED; or, The Union of North and South on the Subject of Slavery. By Joseph C. Stiles. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1858
1243DOUGLASS, FREDERICK. My Bondage and Freedom. 12mo, cloth. Portrait. New York, 1856
1244DESPOTISM IN AMERICA. The Slaveholding System. 12mo, boards. Boston, 1840
1245NARRATIVE OF THE SUFFERINGS OF LEWIS AND MILTON Clarke, Sons of a Soldier of the Revolution, during a Captivity of more than Twenty Years among the Slaveholders of Kentucky, one of the so-called Christian States of America. Dictated by themselves. 16mo, boards, Boston, 1846
1246SOUTHERN SLAVERY IN ITS PRESENT ASPECTS, Etc. By Dan'l R. GOODWIN. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1864





1247THE LIBERTY BELL. By Friends of Freedom. 12mo, cloth. Portrait of Wendell Phillips. Boston, 1845
1248A SOUTH-SIDE VIEW OF SLAVERY. By Nehemiah Adams. 16mo, cloth. Boston, 1860
1249AMERICAN SLAVERY. A Reprint of an Article on “Uncle Tom's Cabin,” and of Mr. Sumner's Speech of May, 1856, etc. By Nassau W. Sanor. 8vo, cloth. London
1250PICTURES OF SLAVERY IN CHURCH AND STATE, Etc. By Rev. John Dixon Long. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1857
1251THE PHILOSOPHY AND PRACTICE OF SLAVERY, Etc. By Wm. A. Smith. 12mo, cloth. Nashville, 1856
1252THE PRO-SLAVERY ARGUMENT, as Maintained by the most Distinguished Writers of the Southern States. 12mo, cloth. Charleston, 1852
1253LIFE OF ELISHA TYSON, THE PHILANTHROPIST. By a Citizen of Baltimore. 16mo, boards. Portrait. Baltimore, 1825
1254WILSON, HENRY. History of the Anti-Slavery Measures of the Thirty-seventh and Thirty-eighth Congresses, 1861-’64. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1864
1255CAREY, H. C. The Slave Trade, Domestic and Foreign. etc. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1856
1256UNCLE ROBIN IN HIS CABIN IN VIRGINIA; and Tom without one in Boston. By J. W. Page. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. Richmond, 1853
1257INSIDE VIEW OF SLAVERY; or, A Tour among the Planters. By C. G. Parsons. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1855
1258TWENTY-TWO YEARS A SLAVE, and Forty Years a Freeman. By Austin Steward. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. Roch., 1857
1259RECOLLECTIONS OF OUR ANTI-SLAVERY CONFLICT. By Samuel J. May. 12mo, cloth. With two maps. Boston, 1869
1260THE TWO-FOLD SLAVERY OF THE U. S., etc. By Marshall Hall. 16mo, cloth. With two maps. London, 1854
1261SLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATES. By J. K. Paulding. 16mo, New York, 1856
1262THE ANTI-SLAVERY RECORD FOR 1837. 16mo, cloth.
1263THE IRON FURNACE; or, Slavery and Secession. By Rev. John H. Aughay. 16mo, cloth. Phila., 1863
1264THE NORTH AND SOUTH; or, Slavery and its Contrasts. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. Phila., 1852
1265LIFE OF JOHN THOMPSON, a Fugitive Slave. Written by himself. 12mo, cloth. Worcester, 1856
1266OUGHT AMERICAN SLAVERY TO BE PERPETUATED? A Debate between Rev. W. G. Brownlow and Rev. A. Payne. 12mo, cloth. Portraits. Phila., 1858
1267AMERICA: THE ORIGIN OF HER PRESENT CONFLICT; her Prospec for the Slave, etc. By James Wm. Massie, D. D. 12mo, cloth. Colored Map. London, 1864
1268A SCRIPTURAL, ECCLESIASTICAL AND HISTORICAL VIEW OF SLAVERY. By Bishop John Henry Hopkins. 12mo, cloth. New York.
1269SOUTHERN SLAVERY, in its Present Aspects. By Daniel R. Goodwin; a Reply to the Above. 12mo, cloth. Phil., 1864
1270BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF THOS. CLARKSON; with an Outline of the Abolition of Slavery. By Thomas Taylor. 16mo. London, 1847
1271ABOLITION OF THE AFRICAN SLAVE TRADE by the British Parliament, etc. 2 vols., 18mo, boards. Augusta, 1830





1272THE TESTIMONY OF GOD AGAINST SLAVERY, etc. By Rev. La Roy Sunderland. 18mo, cloth. New York, 1836
1273LIST OF THE SOCIETY INSTITUTED IN 1787, for the purpose of effecting the Abolition of the Slave-Trade. 16mo, half sheep. London, 1788
1274A CONCISE VIEW OF THE SLAVERY of the People of Color of the United States, exhibiting some of the most affecting cases of Cruel and Barbarous Treatment, etc. By E. Thomas. 18mo, half sheep. Plate. Philadelphia, 1834
1275THE ENORMITY OF THE SLAVE TRADE, etc. New York
1276JAY, WM. American Colonization and American Anti-Slavery Societies. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. Buffalo, 1812
1277LETTERS TO HON. WM. JAY, being a Reply to the above. By David M Reese. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1855
1278LIFE AT THE SOUTH: or, Uncle Tom's Cabin as it Is. By. W. L. G. Smith. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. Buffalo, 1852
1279NOTES ON UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. A Logical Answer to its Allegations, etc. By Rev. E. J. Steares. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1853
1280SCENES IN THE LIFE OF HARRIET TUBMAN.
1281WHITE SLAVERY. 16mo, cloth. Worcester, 1859
1282SOME HISTORICAL ACCOUNTS OF GUINEA, with an Inquiry into the Rise and Progress of the Slave Trade, etc. By Anthony Beneget. 16mo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1771
1283THE SUPPRESSED BOOK ABOUT SLAVERY. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. New York, 1854
1284GOD AGAINST SLAVERY. By Geo B. Cheever. 12mo, cloth.
1285A DEFENSE OF NEGRO SLAVERY as it exists in the United States. By Mathew Estees. 16mo, boards. Mont., 1846
1286THE CHURCH AND SLAVERY. By Albert Barnes. 12mo, cloth, Philadelphia, 1857
1287COTTON IS KING; or, The Culture of Cotton and its Relation to Agriculture, Manufactures and Commerce, etc. By an American. 12mo, cloth. Cincinnati, 1855
1288THE BOOK AND SLAVERY Irreconcilable, with Animad versions upon Dr. Smith's Philosophy. By George Boarne, Phila, 1816
1289CHEEVER, REV. GEO. B. The Guilt of Slavery and the Crime of Slaveholding demonstrated from Greek and Hebrew Scriptures. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1860
1290ELLIOTT, REV. CHARLES. Sinfulness of African Slavery, Proved from its Evils, etc., etc. 2 vols., 12mo, cloth. Cincinnati, 1857
1291BROKEN GLOOM. Sketches of the Beneficiaries of the Colored Home in New York City. By Mary W. Thompson. 12mo. New York, 1851
1292SLAVERY; Its Sin, Moral Effects, etc. In prose and verse. By Justus Keefer. 16mo cloth Baltimore
1293LYRICS FOR FREEDOM, and other Poems. 12mo, cloth New York, 1862
1294SLAVERY IN THE U. S., from the Confederacy to the Present Time. By Henry Sherman. 16mo, cloth. Hartford, 1860
1295LIBERTY AND SLAVERY. By Albert Taylor Bledsoe. 12mo, cloth.
1296IS SLAVERY SINFUL? By Jeremiah Smith. 12mo, cloth.
1297RESULTS OF SLAVERY. By Augustus Cochin. 12mo cloth.
1298QUARTERLY ANTI-SLAVERY MAGAZINE. Edited by Elijua Wright, Jr. Vol. I, 8vo, half sheep. New York, 1856





1299TRUTH FROM THE WEST INDIES; Including a Sketch of Madeira in 1833. By Capt. Stodholm Hodgson. 12mo. boards. London, 1838
1300SLAVERY ORDAINED OF GOD. By Rev. Fred A Ross. 12mo. cloth. Philadelphia, 1857
1301PIERRE TOUSSAINT, Memoir of. 16mo, cloth. Boston, 1854
1302NARRATIVE OF THE LIFE OF FREDERICK DOUGLASS, an American Slave. Written by Himself. 16mo, cloth. Bost, 1849
The first and rare narrative, with preface by Wendell Phillips.
1303EMANCIPATION IN THE WEST INDIES. New York, 1838
1304ANNALS OF THE FIRST AFRICAN CHURCH IN THE U. S., now the Episcopal Church of St. Thomas, Philadelphia, etc. By Rev. Wm. Douglass. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1862
1305SLAVERY AND SECESSION IN AMERICA, Historical and Economical. By Thos. Ellisson. 12mo, cloth. Map and Appendices. London, 1861
1306THE HIRELING AND THE SLAVE, Chicora, and other Poems. By Wm. J. Grayson. 12mo, cloth. Charleston, 1856
1307AMERICAN SLAVERY Distinguished from the Slavery of English Theorists, and Justified by the Law of Nature. By Rev. Samuel Seabury. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1861
1308LUNSFORD LANE; or, Another Helper from North Carolina. By Rev. William G. Hawkins. 12mo, cloth. Portrait. Boston, 1868
1309PICTURES OF SLAVERY AND ANTI-SLAVERY. By John Bell Robinson. 12mo, cloth Philadelphia, 1863
1310THE CONSTITUTION A PRO-SLAVERY CONTRACT, from the Madison Papers. By Wendell Phillips. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1856
1311OLMSTED, FREDERICK LAW. The Seaboard Slave States, with Remarks on their Economy. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1856
1312THE FREEDMEN OF THE SOUTH. By Linda Warfel Slaughter. 12mo, cloth. Cincinnati, 1869
1313OWEN, ROBERT DALE. The Wrong of Slavery, The Right of Emancipation, and the Future of the African Race in the United States, 12mo, cloth. Phila., 1864
1314AMERICAN LIBERTIES AND AMERICAN SLAVERY. By S. B. Treadwell. 12mo, cloth. N. Y., 1838
1315THE UNCONSTITUTIONALITY OF SLAVERY. By G. W. F. Mellen. 12mo. half sheep. Boston, 1841
1316THE NATION'S SIN AND PUNISHMENT; or, the Hand of God in the Overthrow of Slavery. By an Army Chaplain. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1864
1317SPEECHES OF WM. WILBERFORCE AND OTHERS, in 1789, on the Abolition of the Slave Trade. 8vo, half sheep Lond.
1318ESSAY ON THE SLAVERY and Commerce of the Human Species, particularly the African, which was awarded the first prize in the University of Cambridge in 1785. 8vo, half sheep. London, 1788
1319LETTERS ON SLAVERY. By William Dickson. 8vo, half sheep. London, 1789
1320WALKER, HON. ROBERT J. American Slavery and Finances. 8vo, cloth. London, 1864
1321TUCKER, ST. GEORGE: A Dissertation on Slavery; with a Proposal for the Gradual Abolition of it in the State of Virginia. 8vo.





1322THE AFRICAN REPOSITORY, (1865.) 8vo, half sheep.
1323STOWE, HARRIET BEECHER. A Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin. Large 8vo. Boston, 1853
1324THE HISTORY OF SLAVERY AND THE SLAVE-TRADE, Ancient and Modern; the forms of Slavery that Prevailed in Ancient Nations, particularly in Greece and Rome, the African Slave-Trade, and the Political History of Slavery in the United States. Large 8vo. Illustrated. Columbus, 1858
1325POEMS ON THE ABOLITION OF THE SLAVE-TRADE. Written by James Montgomery, James Grahame, and E. Benger. Embellished with Engravings from Paintings by Smirke. 8vo, half sheep. London, 1809
1326THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD, a Record of Facts, authentic Narratives, Letters, &c., narrating the Hardships, Escapes, &c., of Slaves, etc. By Wm. Still. Large 8vo, sheep. Illustrated wtth 70 Engravings and Portraits. Phila.
1327THE GUARDIAN GENIUS OF THE FEDERAL UNION; Signs of the Times arising from the root of all our evils—Human Slavery, etc. By a Philanthropist. 16mo, cloth. Illustrated. New York. 1839
1328THE ANTI-SLAVERY RECORD. Vol. III, for 1837. 16mo, cloth.
PAMPHLETS—
1329ANTI-SLAVERY Catechism. By Mrs. Child. Newburyport, 1839
1330DISCOURSE on the Slavery Question, delivered in the North Church at Hartford, January 10, 1839. By Horace Bushnell.
1331ADDRESS by Edward C. Billings, at Hatfield, Mass., October 20, 1873, on the Struggle in Louisiana between the Civilization of Slavery and that of Freedom.
1332THE INTEREST IN SLAVERY of the Southern Non-Slaveholder. The Right of Peaceful Secession. Slavery in the Bible. Charleston, 1860
1333THE FOREIGN SLAVE TRADE. By Rev. J. Leighton Wilson. 1859
1334REPORT OF NAVAL COMMITTEE on Establishing a line of Steamships to the Western Coast of Africa, and thence via Mediterranean to London. Washington, 1850
1335LETTER OF THE LATE BISHOP of England to Hon. John Forsyth on the Subject of Domestic Slavery. The Pope's Apostolic Letter concerning African Slave Trade, etc. 156 pp. Baltimore, 1844
1336PLANTATIONS FOR SLAVE LABOR the Death of the Yeomanry. By Francis Lieber.
1337THE SLAVE TRADE; Republican Association Tract, No. IV.
1338FEATHERSTOUBAUGH, G. W. Excursion through the Slave States, from Washington to the frontier of Mexico, with Sketches of Popular Manners and Geological Notices. 168 pp. New York, 1844
1339TO THE COLORED CITIZENS of New York City. (Tract.)
1340DANIEL O'CONNELL ON AMERICAN SLAVERY, with Reply to O'Connell by Hon. S. P. Chase. 1863
1341EVILS OF SLAVERY and the Cure of Slavery. By Mrs. Child. Newburyport, 1839
1342THE BIBLE AGAINST SLAVERY. New York, 1838
1343SPEECH OF HENRY BERRY, in the House of Delegates of Virginia, on the Abolition of Slavery, January 16, 1832.





1344ANNUAL REPORT, Resolutions, and Address of the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society. New York. May 8, 1849
1345SLAVE REPRESENTATION. By Boreas. 1812
1346THE DESPOTISM OF FREEDOM; a Speech by David Lee Child. Boston, January 1, 1834
1347THE SLAVE POWER; its Heresies and Injuries to the American People Speech by John C. Hamilton, November, 1864
1348ANNUAL REPORT of the American Anti-Slavery Society. 1861
1349AFRICAN SLAVERY IN AMERICA. By J. C. Ingersoll. Philadelphia, 1856
1350THE AFRICAN OBSERVER. Edited by Enoch Lewis. 8th month, 1827
1351THE PRO-SLAVERY CANDIDATE.
1352SLAVERY AND THE REMEDY; or, Principles and Suggestions for a Remedial Code.. By Samuel Nott. 120 pp. Bost., 1856
1353OPINIONS OF HENRY BROUGHAM, Esq., on African Slavery. London, 1830
1354STRONGFELLOW, THORNTON. Brief Examination of Scripture Testimony on the Institution of Slavery. Wash., 1850
1355BROWNLOW, WM. G.: A Sermon on Slavery. A Vindication of the Methodist Church, South. August 9, 1857
1356MODERN PHILANTHROPY ILLUSTRATED: How They Tried to make a White Man of a Negro 2,500 years ago.
1357NEGROPHOBIA “On the Brain” in White Men. By Dr. I. R. Hayes. Washington, 1869
1358A THANKSGIVING PLEA for True Labor, North and South. By Rev. A. S. Twombly. Albany, 1864
1359THE SOUTH ALONE Should Govern the South; and African Slavery Should be Controlled by Those Only who are Friendly to It. Charleston, 1860
1360GOODWIN, REV. BENJAMIN. Lectures on British Colonial Slavery. 171 pp. London, 1830
1361REVIEW OF THE REMARKS ON DR. CHANNING'S SLAVERY. By a Citizen of Massachusetts. Boston, 1836
1362ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE of North Carolina, on the Evils of Slavery. Greensborough, N. C., 1830
1363SPEECH OF JEFFERSON DAVIS ON SLAVERY in the Territories, in the U. S. Senate, February 13 and 14, 1850.
1364CONSCIENCE AND THE CONSTITUTION; with Remarks on the Recent Speech of Hon. Daniel Webster. By M. Stuart. 119 pp. Boston, 1850
1365REPORT OF THE DRED SCOTT-Decision. By B. C. Howard. 239 pp. Washington, 1857
1366A VIEW OF THE POLICY OF PERMITTING SLAVES in the States West of the Mississippi. By Jasmes D. Learned. Balto., 1820
1367SPEECH OF KENNETH RAYNER on the Reception of Abolition Petitions in H. R., June 15, 1841.
1368GREAT AUCTION SALE OF SLAVES at Savannah, Ga., March 2d and 3d, 1859. A Sequel to Mrs. Kemble's Journal.
1369PLANTATION REMINISCENCES. By Page Thacker. 1878
1370HOPKINS, RIGHT REV. JOHN H. On the Bible View of Slavery. New York, 1861
1371NEGRO-SLAVERY NO EVIL. St. Louis, 1854
1372VAN DYKE, REV. HENRY J. Sermon on the Character and Influence of Abolitionism, December 9, 1860, in Brooklyn.
1373THE SOUTH. A Letter with Special Reference to the Effects of Disunion upon Slavery. Phila., 1856





1374RAPHALL'S BIBLE View of Slavery Reviewed by Einhorn.
1375EQUAL SUFFRAGE. Address from the Colored Citizens of Norfolk, Va. New Bedford, 1865
1376CO-OPERATIVE COLONIZATION. Philadelphia, 1872
1377STEUART, R. S. Letter to Carey on Slavery. Baltimore, 1845
1378THE PUBLIC SCHOOL in its Relations to the Negro. By Civis. Richmond, 1877
1379SLAVES IN DISLOYAL STATES.
1380ANTI-SLAVERY OPINIONS before the year 1800. By Wm. Frederick Poole; also, Fac-simile Reprint of Dr. George Buchanan's Oration before the Maryland Abolition Society, Baltimore, July 4, 1741. Pp 82 and 21. Cincinnati, 1873
1381CHARACTER AND INFLUENCE OF ABOLITIONISM. A Sermon by Rev. Henry J. Van Dyke. Washington 1860
1382THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER. Correspondence between Elmore and Birney. New York, 1838
1383MEMORIAL of the Semi-Centennial Anniversary of the American Colonization Society, celebrated at Washington January 15, 1867, with Documents concerning Liberia. 192 pp., uncut. Washington, 1867
1384AFRICAN REPOSITORY—four numbers.
1385FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT of the Colonization Society of the City of New York. New York, 1857
13863 ANNUAL REPORTS American Colonization Society.
13876 NUMBERS MARYLAND Colonization Journal, 1843-’44.
13888 CONGRESSIONAL Documents on the Subject of Slavery.
TRIALS, WAR PAMPHLETS, ETC—
1389THE TALBOT DIVORCE CASE. London, 1857
1390TREASON TRIALS IN IRELAND. Rowan, O. W. Finerty, The Sheaves Brothers, Bond and others, with the Speeches of Curran, O'Connor, etc. 8vo, boards, uncut. Balt., 1804
1391TRIAL OF THOMAS O. SELERIDGE FOR KILLING CHARLES AUSTIN, Boston, 1806. 8vo. boards.
1392IMPEACHMENT TRIAL OF HON. SAMUEL CHASE, Supreme Court Judge, 1805. 8vo, paper.
One page of introduction missing, otherwise perfect.
1393TRIAL OF HARRY CRAWFORD BLACK, for Killing Col. McKaig at Cumberland, Md., 1871 Portraits.
1394BISHOP ONDERDONK'S TRIAL. His Statement of Facts, etc.
1395THE FORREST DIVORCE CASE.
1396LIFE AND EXTRAORDINARY ADVENTURES OF JNO. H. SURRATT.
1397JUDGE ADVOCATE BINGHAM'S ARGUMENT, Surratt Trial.
1398FULL AND IMPARTIAL STATEMENT OF THE CIRCUMSTANCES which led to the Murder of Melzar Gardner, late Editor of the Chronicle and Old Dominion; the Origin of the Dispute; Newspaper Publications, etc., etc. Portsmouth, Va., 1843
1399MEMOIR OF THE ASSASSINATION OF HENRY RIVES POLLARD. Prepared by his Brother, E. A. Pollard. 1864
1400TRIAL OF MRS. PACKARD, with her Marital Troubles, Imprisonment in an Asylum by Her Husband, etc.
1401LIBEL TRIAL. Taylor vs. Delavan. Albany, 1840
1402CASE OF THE SHIP HUNTER, which was Captured by Spanish Privateers, Holy Trinity, Feb., 1798; Memorials Arguments etc. 8vo, half sheep. New York, 1823





1403CONCLUSIVE EXCULPATION OF THE MARINE CORPS IN MEXICO from the Slanderous Allegations of one of its Former Officers, Record of the Court Martial, etc. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1852
1404“THE PEDESTRIAN,” being Incidents of a Walk from the State-House, Boston, to the Capital at Washington, February 22 to March 4, 1861. By Edward Payson Weston; his Adventures in Baltimore, etc., etc.
1405LETTERS OF A LUNATIC. By J. C. Adler. New York, 1854
1406SHOTS FROM THE MONITER. By Leo Grenard. 1864
1407THE PATTISON-CHAPMAN Controversy. Baltimore, 1820
1408JONNY REB and Rip Van Winkle. Farrar.
1409CAMPANGE DE L'Armee Du Potomac, 1862. Par Le Prince de Joinville. New York, 1862
1410COERCION Completed and Treason Triumphant. By John C. Hamilton. New York, 1864
1411CELEBRATION of Union Victories. New York, March, 1865
1412THE Nation's Success and Gratitude. Philadelphia, 1865
1413THE HAVERSACK; published for Great Sanitary Fair. Philadelphia, June 14, 1864
1414BARNARD, J. G. The Peninsular Campaign. 1862
1415MILITARY INCAPACITY, etc. By Charles Ellet, Jr.
1416THE ARMY of the Potomac and its Mismanagement. By Charles Ellet, Jr.
1417THE CRISIS; its Rationale, etc. By Thomas J. Sizer. 1862
1418HISTORY of the Civil War. By Emma Willard.
1419THE First Battle of Fredericksburg. General Franklin.
1420A. D. 1862; or, How they Act in Baltimore.
1421THE SIEGE OF FORT PULASKI. By General Gilmore, United States Volunteers. 8vo. Maps and Colored Views. N. Y., 1862
1422RECORD of the Federal Dead, buried from Libby, Belle Isle, Danville, and Camp Lawton Prisons, and other places. 8vo, 180 pp. Philadelphia, 1866
1423HUDSON, H. N. A Chaplain's Campaign with General Butler. Some Short Criticisms. New York, 1865
1424HISTORY of the Battle of Gettysburg. By Samuel P. Bates, 8vo, 216 pp. Philadelphia, 1866
1425A REFUGEE from East Tennessee. By H. Bokum.
1426GENERAL PLEASANTON'S REPORT. Home Guard. Phila., 1863
1427LIST of Union Soldiers buried at Andersonville, from the Official Record. 8vo, 74 pp. New York, 1865

INDIANS.

1428FLINT'S INDIAN WARS OF THE WEST. Sketches of Pioneers, Monuments, and Antiquities of the Western Indians, etc. 12mo, half calf, gilt, neat. Cincinnati, 1833
1429EONEGUSKI; or, The Cherokee Chief. By an American. 2 vols., 8vo, boards. Washington, 1839
1430IRVING, JOHN T., JR. Indian Sketches taken during an Expedition to the Pawnee Tribes. 2 vols., 12mo, half calf, marble sides and edges, neat. Philadelphia, 1835
1431TAOPI AND HIS FRIENDS; or, The Indians’ Wrong's and Rights. 12mo, cloth Portrait. Philadelphia, 1869
1432ORTON J. R. Camp Fires of the Red Men. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. New York, 1857





1433PATTIE, JAMES P. Personal Narrative during an Expedition from St. Louis to the Pacific, and back through Mexico to Vera Cruz. Unheard of Hardships and Dangers; conflicts with the Indians; captivity; description of the various Nations, etc. Edited by Timothy Flint. 8vo, sheep. Cin., 1833
1434TRAITS OF THE ABORIGINES OF AMERICA. A Poem. 12mo, boards, uncut. Cambridge, 1822
1435MY CAPTIVITY AMONG THE SIOUX. By Fanny Kelley. 12mo, cloth. Cincinnati, 1871
1436METCALF, SAMUEL L. Collection of Interesting Narratives of Indian Warfare in the West. Adventures of Colonel Daniel Boone, Manners and Customs of the Indians, their Traditions, Government, Method of War. etc., with Account of the Expeditions of Gens. Harmer, Scott, Wilkinson, St. Clair, etc. 8vo, paper. Lexington, 1821
1437YAMOYDEN, a Tale of the Wars of King Philip. By Rev. James W. Eastburn. 12mo, sheep. Plates. New York, 1820
1438INDIAN NARRATIVES. History of the Indian Wars, from 1620 to Gen. Wayne's Victory, 1794; Capture and Sufferings of Mrs. Johnson, Zadock Steele, etc., and Burning of Rovalton. 12mo, cloth. Claremont, N. H., 1854
1439CHURCH, THOMAS. History of King Philip's War; also, of The French and Indian Wars, 1689-1704, with Notes on the Battles, Persons engaged in those Wars, Anecdotes, etc. By Samuel G. Drake. 12mo, sheep. Plate. Exeter, 1834
1440NEW TRAVELS AMONG the Indians of North America; a Compilation from the Communications of Captains Lewis and Clarke and others, with Anecdotes, etc., and a Dictionary of the Indian Tongue. By William Fisher. 12mo, sheep. Portrait. Philadelphia, 1812
1441DODDRIDGE, REV. DR. JOS. Notes on the Settlement and Indian Wars of the Western parts of Virginia and Pennsylvania from 1763 to 1783, with view of the State of Society and Manners of the First Settlers of the Western Country. 12mo, sheep. 1 page “To the Reader,” and about 1 quarter of last page (315) gone. Very rare. Wellsburgh, 1824
1442FROST, JOHN. Thrilling Adventures Among the Indians; Incidents in the Recent Indian Hostilities in Mexico and Texas, etc. 12mo, cloth. Plate and Illustrations. Phila., 1864
1443DRAKE, SAMUEL G. Biography and History of the Indians of North America. from its Discovery. 8vo, half calf, gilt, marbled sides and edges, neat. 13 Portraits and plates, some inserted. Fine clean copy. Boston, 1851
1444JACKSON, W. H. Descriptive Catalogue of (1094) Photographs of North American Indians. 8vo. paper, 124 pp. Wash., 1877
1445NEILL, E. D. Dakotah Land and Dakotah Life, with History of the Fur Traders of the Extreme Northwest, etc. 8vo, paper, 239 pp. Philadelphia, 1859
1446MISCELLANY. Papers Respecting the Rights and Interests of the Choctaw Nation, etc., 1855; Indian Depredations in Texas, 1870; Outrages by Western Indians, 1870; Cherokee Neutral Lands in Kansas; Treaties between U.S. and Delawares, 1860, etc. In 1 vol., 8vo, half morocco.
1447SCHOOLCRAFT, H. R. Personal Memoirs of a Residence of Thirty Years with the Indian Tribes, etc., 8vo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1851





1448COLDEN, CADWALLADER. History of the Five Indian Nations. Depending on the Province of New York. Portrait of Colden inserted. 8vo, half calf, gilt, marbled sides and edges. No title page. Preface and last leaf missing, otherwise perfect and a very nice copy.
1449MCCLUNG, JOHN A. Sketches of Western Adventure; Interesting Incidents of the Settlement of the West, from 1755 to 1794, with appendix. 12mo, sheep. Maysville, Ky., 1832
1450BELDEN, THE WHITE CHIEF; or, Twelve Years among the Wild Indians of the Plains. From Diaries and Manuscript of George P. Belden. Edited by Gen. Jas. S. Brisbin. 8vo, cloth. Illustrated. Cincinnati, 1871
1451SCHOOLCRAFT. The American Indians; their History, Condition and Prospects. 8vo, cloth. Illustrated. Rochester. 1851
1452MEGUINNESS, J. F. Otzinachson; or, a History of the West Branch Valley of the Susquehanna; Its Settlement; Trials and Privations of the Pioneers; Indian Wars; Incursions, Abductions, Massacres, etc., with account of the Fair-Play System, etc. 8vo, cloth. Illustrated. Phila., 1857
1453THE INDIAN RACES of North and South America; their Customs, Mythology, Ceremonies, etc.; the late Sioux War and Massacres in Minnesota, etc. By Chas. De W. Brownell. 8vo, cloth. Numerous Portraits and Colored Plates. Hartford, 1873
1454MEMOIRS OF THE REV. DAVID BRAINERD, Missionary to the Indians on the borders of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, from his own Diary. By Rev. Jonathan Edwards, with his Journal, etc. 8vo. sheep New Haven, 1822
1455SANFORD, EZEKIAL. History of the United States before the Revolution, with Account of the Aborigines. 8vo, sheep. Phila., 1819
1456MCINTOSH, JOHN. The Origin of the North American Indians; their Manners and Customs, Languages. Ornaments. etc. 8vo, half calf, marbled sides and edges, neat. Colored Plates. New York, 1853
1457—— The Same. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1853
1458THIRD ANNUAL REPORT of the Regents on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History and the Historical and Antiquarian Collection, State of New York. 8vo, paper. 27 Plain and Colored Plates. Albany, 1880
1457THE HOME OF COOPER and the Haunts of Leatherstocking. By Barry Gray. 8vo, cloth. 6 Photographs. N. Y., 1872
1460HISTORY OF THE GREAT INDIAN WAR OF 1675 AND 1676. (King Philip's War;) also, the French and Indian Wars. By Thomas Church; with Notes, etc., by Samuel G. Drake. 8vo, half calf, marbled sides and edges, neat. Illustrated. N. Y., 1858
1461PIDGEON, WILLIAM. Traditions of De-coo-dah and Antiquarian Researches; Explorations, Surveys and Excavations of Earthen Remains of the Mound Builders; Traditions of the Last Prophet of the Elk Nation relative to their Origin and Use. etc. 8vo Numerous Illustrations. N. Y., 1858
1462REMOVAL OF THE INDIANS. Article from North American Review and Letters of “William Penn.” 8vo, paper. 1830
1463DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE OF CATLIN'S INDIAN CARTOONS; Portraits, Types and Customs; 600 Oil Paintings and 20,000 full-length figures illustrating their Games, Ceremonies, etc. 8vo, paper. Autograph copy. N. Y., 1871





1464LOGAN, the Last of the Race of Shikellemus, Chief of the Cayuga Nation; also, The Dialogue of the Backwoodsman and Dandy. By Dr. Joseph Doddridge. 4to, paper. uncut. Cincinnati, 1868
1465PENHALLOW, SAMUEL. History of the Wars of New England with the Eastern Indians; or, A Narrative of their continued Perfidy and Cruelty from 1703 to 1713, and from 1722 to 1725. 4to, paper, uncut. Reprinted with Memoir, etc. Cinti, 1859
1466BRUYAS, REV. JAS Radical Words of the Mohawk Language, with their Derivative. 8vo, paper, uncut. N. Y., 1862
1467MEACHAM, A. B. Wigwam and Warpath; or, The Royal Chief in Chains. Thick 8vo, half morocco. Portrait of Captain Jack, etc. Boston, 1875
1468ABORIGINAL AMERICA. By Jacob Abbott. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1860
1469THATCHER'S INDIAN BIOGRAPHY. 2 vols., 16mo, cloth.
1470FROST, JOHN. Indian Battles, Captivities and Adventures. 12mo, half calf, neat. Illustrated. N. Y., 1859
1471HISTORY, Manners, Customs and Antiquities of the Indians of North and South America. By S. G. Goodrich. 2 vols., 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. Boston
1472DRAKE, BENJAMIN. Life of Tecumseh and his brother, The Prophet, with sketch of the Shawnee Indians. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. Cinti., 1850
1473MA-KA-TAI-ME-SHE-KIA-KIAK: or. Black Hawk and Scenes in the West, embracing account of the Black Hawk War. Legend of the Illinois Tribe; the Massacre of Chicago, etc. By Elbert H. Smith. 12mo, cloth. Portrait. New York, 1849
1474MEEK, A. B. Romantic Passages in Southern History. 12mo, cloth. Mobile, 1857
1475HECKEWELDER. Transactions of the Historical and Literary Committee of the American Philosophical Society. Vol I. containing Heckewelder's Account of the History. Manners, and Customs of the Indian Nations who once Inhabited Pennsylvania and Neighboring States. Correspondence between Heckewelder and Mr. Duponceon on the Languages of the American Indians, etc. 8vo, half calf, marbled sides and edges, neat. Philadelphia, 1819
1476——Narrative of the Mission of the United Brethren among the Delaware and Mohegan Indians from 1740 to 1808, comprising all the remarkable incidents which took place during that period; anecdotes, speeches of Indians, etc. 8vo, half morocco, gilt, marbled sides and edges, neat. Portrait of Zeisberger. Philadelphia, 1820
1477YARROW, DR. H. C. Introduction to the Study of Mortuary Customs among the North American Indians. 4to paper. Washington, 1880
1478SCHOOLCRAFT, H. R. Discovery of the Sources of the Mississippi River. With appendix containing articles on Indian Hieroglyphics, Languages, and History, by various authors. 8vo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1855
1479CATALOGUE OF PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS of North American Indians in the Smithsonian Institution. 8vo, paper, uneut, 42 pp. Washington, 1867
1480LAWS OF THE CHEROKEE NATION, 1839-1867. 8vo, sheep. St. Louis, 1868





1481MCCOY, ISAAC. History of Baptist Indian Missions; the Former ahd Present Condition of the Aboriginal Tribes, etc. 8vo, cloth, uncut, 611 pp. Washington, 1840
1482MORSE, JEDEDIAH. Narrative of a Tour in 1820 for the purpose of ascertaining, for the use of the Government, the actual state of the Indian Tribes. 8vo, half calf, marbled sides, neat. Portrait of Pawnee brave and Map. New Haven, 1822
1483ABERT, LIEUT. Report of an Expedition on the Upper Arkansas and through the country of the Comanches in 1845. 8vo, paper, 75 pp Map and Plates Washington, 1846
1484MCKENNY, THOMAS L. Sketches of a Tour to the Lakes; the character and customs of the Chippewa Indians, and Incidents connected with the treaty of Fond du Lac; also, a Vocabulary of the Algic, or Chippewa language. 8vo, boards, uncut. 28 Plates, some of which are colored. Baltimore, 1827
1485THE CASE OF THE SENECA INDIANS in New York. 8vo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1840
1486BUCHANAN, JAMES. Sketches of the History, Manners and Customs of the North American Indians. 8vo, boards, uncut. London, 1824.
1487HUNTER, JOHN D. Memoirs of a Captivity among the Indians of North America from childhood to the age of 19, with Anecdote Descriptions of their Manners and Customs. 8vo, half calf, gilt. London, 1823
1488ANECDOTES of American Indians. By the author of “Evenings in Boston,” etc. 16mo, cloth. Illustrated. Hart., 1850
1489ABBOTT, JACOB. Wars of the Colonies. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1863
1490A MISSION to the Indians from Indian Committee of Baltimore Yearly Meeting to Fort Wayne, in 1804, written at the time by Gerard T. Hopkins, with Appendix. By Martha E. Tyson. 16mo, paper. Philadelphia, 1862
1491THE CAPTURE AND ESCAPE; or, Life Among the Sioux. By Mrs. Sarah L. Larimer. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. Phila., 1870
1492THE PONCA CHIEFS. An Indian's Attempt to Appeal from the Tomahawk to the Courts. By Tylyff. 12mo, paper. Photograph. Boston, 1879
1493DEBATE in the House of Representatives on the Seminole War, January and February, 1819. 12mo, boards. Wash., 1819
1494DRAKE, BENJAMIN. Life and Adventures of Black Hawk; Sketches of Keokuk, the Sac and Fox Indians, etc. 12mo, sheep. Portrait. Cincinnati, 1846
1495NEW INDIAN SKETCHES. By Rev. P. F. DeSmet. 16mo, cloth, Illustrated. New York, 1863
1496ABORIGINAL REMAINS OF TENNESSEE. By Joseph Jones. Quarto, paper, 171 pp., uncut. Illustrated. Wash., 1876
1497ARCHæOLOGICAL RESEARCHES IN NICARAGUA. By I. F. Bransford. 4to, paper. Illustrated. Washington, 1881
1498REMAINS OF LATER PRE-HISTORIC MAN. By W. H. Dall. 4to, paper, uncut. Full page illustrations. Washington, 1878
1499THE SCULPTURES OF SANTA LUCIA COSUMALWHUAPA IN Guatemala, etc. By S. Habel. 4to, paper, uncut. Wash., 1879
1500ARCHæOLOGICAL COLLECTION OF THE U. S. NATIONAL MUSEUM, Washington. 4to, paper, uncut. Illustrated. Wash, 1876
1501THE PALENQUE TABLET IN THE U. S. NATIONAL MUSEUM. By Charles Rau. 4to, paper, uncut. Illustrated. Wash.,1879





1502THE ANTIQUITIES OF WISCONSIN, Surveyed and Described. By I. A. Lapham. 4to, half cloth. Maps and Illustrations. Washington, 1853
1503MEXICAN HISTORY AND ARCHæOLOGY. Brantz Mayer. 4to paper. uncut. Illustrated. Washington, 1856
1504ABORIGINAL REMAINS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK. By E. S. Squier. 4to, paper. Illustrated. Washington, 1849
1505GRAMMAR AND DICTIONARY OF THE YORABA LANGUAGE, with Description of the Country and People of Yoraba. By I. I. Bowen. 4to, paper, uncut. Washington, 1858
1506ARCHæOLOGY of the United States. By Samuel F. Haven. Quarto, paper, uncut. Washington, 1856
1507THE INDIANS of Cape Flattery, Washington Territory. By James G. Swan. Quarto, paper, uncut. Illustrated. Washington, 1869
1508THE HAIDAH INDIANS of Queen Charlotte's Islands, British Columbia, their Carvings, Tattoo Designs, etc. By James G. Swan. Quarto, paper. uncut. Colored Illustrations. Washington, 1874
1509ANCIENT MINING on the Shores of Lake Superior. By Charles Whittlesey. Quarto, paper, uncut. Illustrated. Wash., 1863
1510CONTRIBUTIONS TO AMERICAN ETHNOLOGY, under the Direction of Major J. W. Powell. Vol. I Embracing the Tribes of Alaska, their Distribution, Nomenclature, Customs, Superstitions, Fables, etc., etc. By W. H. Dall. Quarto, cloth. Illustrated. Washington, 1877
1511—— The same. Volume III. embracing the Tribes of California. By Stephen Powers. Quarto, cloth. Illustrated. 635 pp. Washington, 1877
1512—— The same. Volume IV, embracing the Houses and House-Life of the American Aborigines. By Lewis H. Morgan. Quarto, cloth. Illustrated Washington, 1881
These volumes are all that are yet published.
1513ETHNOGRAPHY AND PHILOLOGY of the Hidatsa Indians. By W. Matthews. 8 vo, cloth. Washington, 1877
1514REPORTS of the Commissioners of Indian Affairs, embracing a History of the Life, Changes, Education, Wars, Treaties, etc., etc., of the Various Tribes of the States and Territories, from 1850 to 1880, inclusive. 30 vols., 8vo, cloth.

MORMONS, QUAKERS, MASONRY, ETC.

1515BEADLE, J. H. Life in Utah; or, The Mysteries and Crimes of Mormonism: an Exposure of the Secret Rites and Ceremonies, etc. 8vo, sheep. Map and Illustrated. Phila., 1870
1516FEMALE LIFE Among the Mormons. By the Wife of a Mormon Elder. 12mo. cloth. Colored illustrations. N. Y., 1860
1517DUNN, REV. BALLARD S. How to Solve the Mormon Question. 8vo, paper, 30 pp. New York.
1518MOUNTAIN MEADOWS MASSACRES. 8vo, paper, 139 pp. Washington, 1860
1519UTAH EXPEDITION. Reports from the Secretaries of State, War. Interior, etc., Relative to the Military Expedition Ordered into Utah. 8vo, paper, 215 pp. Washington, 1858
1520CODMAN, JOHN. The Mormon Country: A Summer With the “Latter-Day Saints.” 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. N. Y., 1844





1521KANE, THOS. L. The Mormons; Discourse Before Penn. Historical Society. 8vo, paper, 92 pp. Philadelphia, 1850
1522FERRIS, BENJ. G. Utah and the Mormons; History, Government, Customs, etc. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. N. Y., 1854
1523THE PROPHETS OF MORMONISM Unveiled. 12mo, cloth. Illustrated. Philadelphia, 1855
1524THE BOOK OF MORMON. 12mo, cloth.
1525BARCLAY'S APOLOGY. 8vo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1857
1526THORNLEY, JOHN. Examination of the Doctrine of Barclay's Apology. 8vo, half sheep. London, 1742
1527CLARKSON'S PORTRAITURE OF QUAKERISM. 3 vols, 8vo, boards. London, 1806
1528CLARKSON'S LIFE OF WILLIAM PENN. 2 vols, 12mo, sheep. Portrait and Maps. Philadelphia, 1830
1529THE QUAKER, SERMONS BY HICKS, BAYLEY, ELLWOOD, ETC. 8vo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1830
1530COCKBURN'S REVIEW of the causes which have produced Disorders and Disunions in the yearly meetings of Friends in Philadelphia. 8vo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1829
1531HISTORICAL MEMOIRS OF THE SOCIETY OF FRIENDS. By Wm. Hodson. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1867
1532BENEDICT'S FIFTY YEARS AMONG THE BAPTISTS. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1860
1533THE BAPTISTS IN AMERICA. By Rev. F. A. Cox and Rev. F. Hoby. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1836
1534MOORE'S LIFE OF WESLEY. 2 vols. in 1, 8vo, sheep. New York, 1826
1535PORTRAITURE OF METHODISM. By Jonathan Crowther. 12mo, sheep. New York, 1813
1536CREAMER, DAVID. Methodist Hymnology. Origin of the
1537SNODGRASS ON THE APOSTOLIC SUCCESSION. 12mo, cloth. Troy, 1844
Wesley's Hymns, etc. 12mo, sheep. New York, 1848
1538HANNAH MORE'S SACRED DRAMAS. 12mo, sheep. Newark, 1806
1539COLVIN'S HISTORICAL LETTERS. 12mo, calf. Georget'n, 1821
1540RECORD OF THE BUDDHISTIC KINGDOMS. From the Chinese; by H. A. Giles. 8vo, paper, 129 pages. London
1541BALFOUR, WALTER. Inquiry into the Scriptural Import of the words Sheol, Hades, Tartarus and Gehenna, all translated “Hell” in the common English version. 12mo, boards. Charlestown, 1825
1542OUR CHRISTIAN CLASSICS. Readings from the best Divines. Edited by James Nisbet. 4 vols., 12mo, cloth. Lond., 1857-’8
1543ROBINSON'S HISTORY OF BAPTISM. 8vo. sheep. Bost, 1817
1544SHORTEST WAY TO END DISPUTES ABOUT RELIGION. By Rev. Robt. Manning. 12mo, cloth.
1545AHIMAN REZON; a Help to all that are or would be Free and Accepted Masons, etc. By William Smith. 8vo, sheep. Plate. Phila., 1783
1546THE GENIUS OF MASONRY; the Origin and History of that Order, and Notices of other Secret Societies in the United States. By Samuel L. Knapp. 12mo, boards. Providence, 1828
1547THE HISTORY OF MASONRY. With account of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky from its Institution in 1736. 8vo, sheep. Edinburgh, 1804





1548MORGAN'S MASONRY. Illustrations of Masonry. By one of the Fraternity who has devoted thirty years to the subject. 12mo, half sheep. Rochester, 1827
1549THE FREMASON'S MAGAZINE. 12mo, sheep. 2 vols., 8vo, sheep. Portraits, plates and cuts. Philadelphia, 1811
1550MONITOR FRANK-MAZONICO. 12mo, sheep. Illustrated. New York, 1825
1551CROSS. True Masonic Chart or Hieroglyphic Monitor. 16mo, sheep. Illustrated. New Haven, 1824
1552CHALLONER UPON CHRISTIAN TRUTH AND DUTIES. 8vo.
1553WOOD'S CANTOS. 16mo, sheep.
1554HORNIHOLD ON THE SACRAMENTS. 12mo, cloth.
1555A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY. Guiding Men to their Salvation. By Robert Parsons, Priest of the Society of Jesus. Thick 8vo, old calf. London, 1722
1556—— The same. Reprint. 12mo, New York, 1845
1557THE PRIMACY OF THE APOSTOLIC SEE VINDICATED. By Bishop Kenrick. 8vo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1845
1558CHALLONER'S MEMOIRS OF MISSIONARY PRIESTS, and Other Catholics of both sexes that have suffered death in England on Religious account from 1577 to 1684. 2 vols. in 1., 8vo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1840
1559EVIDENCE AGAINST CATHOLICITY. By J. Blanco White. 12mo, boards. Georgetown, 1826
1560MODERN ROMANISM, Theology, Literature, etc. By Rev. James A. Hull. Edinburgh, 1856
1561HUGHES-BRECKENRIDGE. Discussion of the Catholic Religion. 8vo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1836
1562CONCILIA PROVINCIALIA BALTIMORI PABITA AD ANNUM 1849. 8vo, cloth. Baltimore, 1851
1563MILNER'S END OF RELIGIOUS CONTROVERSY. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1858
1564HOPKINS’ END OF CONTROVERSY CONTROVERTED. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1855
1565“KERNAN'S” LETTERS TO CHIEF JUSTICE TANEY ON ROMANISM. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1852
1566BATES, GEORGE. Elenchi motuum nuperovum in Anglia evarratio. 12mo, calf. London, 1663
1567GROTUS, H. De veritate religionis Christianee. 12mo, boards. Bostinii, 1809
1568PRINCIPLES OF NATURE. Her Divine Revelations, and a Voice to Mankind. By A. J. Davis. 8vo, cloth. N. Y., 1866
1569THE PENETRALIA, Being Harmonial Answers to Important Questions. By Andrew Jackson Davis. 8vo, cloth.
1570THE PHILOSOPHY OF SPIRITUAL INTERCOURSE. Ditto.
1571THE HEALING OF THE NATIONS. By Charles Linton and N. P. Tallmadge. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1855
1572FOOTPRINTS OF A PRESBYTERIAN TO SPIRITUALISM. By Francis H. Smith. 12mo, cloth.
1573THE PRESENT AGE AND INNER LIFE; Modern Mysteries Explained. By Andrew Jackson Davis. 8vo, cloth.
1574MYSTIC HOURS. By G. A. Redman. 12mo.
1575THE INVISIBLES; An Explanation of Phenomena. 12mo, cloth.





SCARCE AMERICAN PAMPHLETS.

1576THE AMERICAN SPY, (Capt. Nathan Hale.) A Revolutionary Tale of New England. By J. R. Simms. 8vo, 63 pp. Albany, 1857
1577WHIGS AND DEMOCRATS; or, Love of No Politics. A Comedy in 3 Acts. 8vo, 80 pp. Richmond, 1839
1578THE LIFE AND CHARACTER OF GEORGE PEABODY. By Severn Teackle Wallis. 8vo, 60 pp.
1579WEBSTER, DANIEL. Address on History before New York Historical Association. 8vo, uncut. Portrait N. Y., 1852
1580CHANNING, W. E. Letter to Hon. Henry Clay on the annexation of Texas. 12mo, 52 pp. 1837
1581MEMORIAL of Major-General Andrew Jackson to the U. S. Senate on the Charges made against him concerning Seminole War, etc. 8vo, 61 pp. Washington, 1820
1582IMPRESSMENT OF AMERICAN SEAMEN, with List. By a citizen of Baltimore 8vo, 60 pp. Baltimore, 1806
1583SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF BENJAMIN BANNEKER. By J. Laurin Norriss. 8vo, 20 pp. Printed for Maryland Historical Society. 1854
1584NEW SYSTEM OF SOCIETY. By Robert Owen, of New Lanark 12 mo. 46 pp. Washington, 1825
1585THE ÆNEID IN MODERN AMERICAN. A Free and Independent Translation, with Illustrations. By Thomas Worth. 12mo, 22 pp. 1870
1586PEACE WITH GREAT BRITAIN, etc. 47 pp. Wash., 1814
1587THE CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION of American Independence, at Canton, China, July 4, 1876. 8vo, 59 pp. Canton, 1876
1588INQUIRY into the Causes and Consequences of the Orders in Council and Examination of the Conduct of Great Britain toward the Neutral Commerce of America. By Alexander Baring. 8vo, 104 pp. New York, 1808
1589GALLATIN, ALBERT. Memoir on the Northeastern Boundary in connection with Mr Jay's Map, with Speech on same Subject by Daniel Webster. 8vo, 74 pp., with the “Jav Map.” New York, 1843
1590EVERETT, EDW'D. Oration at Plymouth, Dec. 23, 1824. 8vo, 46 pp.
1591GREAT EPIGRAM CAMPAIGN OF KANSAS. Championship of Woman, by George Francis Train. The Revolution, etc. 8vo, 80 pp. Leavenworth, 1867
1592DISCOURSE on the Professional Character and Virtues of William Wirt. By P. L. Southard. 8vo, 59 pp. Wash., 1834
1593VINDICATION of the President and his Generals in the Seminole War. By a Citizen of Tennessee. 8vo, 133 pp. Washington, 1819
1594ORIGIN OF THE NAME AMERICA. By Jules Marcon.
1595EULOGY ON DANIEL WEBSTER. By W. H. ALLEN. 51 pages. 1853
1596LAWS OF YALE COLLEGE. 38 pages. New Haven, 1811
1597EXPERIENCE THE TEST OF GOVERNMENT. 60 pp. Phila., 1807
1598TRANSACTIONS OF THE AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Vol. III, Part I, containing Historical Sketch of Continental Paper Money, by Samuel Breck; Social and Intellectual state of Pennsylvania prior to 1743, by J. R. Tyson; etc. 8vo, 99 pages. Phila., 1843





1599INGERSOLL, C. J. The Rights and Wrongs, Power and Policy of the United States. 8vo, 157 pages. Phila., 1808
1600ARCHæOLOGIA AMERICANA. Transactions and Collections of Antiquarian Society. Vol. III, Part I, containing Records of the Company of the Massachusetts Bay, from 1628 to 1641. 8vo, uncut, 245 pages. Bost., 1850
1601PICKERING, TIMOTHY. Review of the Correspondence between Hon. John Adams and Wm. Cunningham, Esq., 1803-’12. 8vo, 197 pages. Salem, 1824
1602TRUTH WILL OUT! The Foul Charges of the Tories against the Editor of the “Aurora” repelled by Positive Proof and Plain Truth, and his base Calumniators put to Shame. 8vo, 50 pages. No date.
1603EWBANK, THOMAS. Specimens of Ancient Oracular and Fighting Eolipiles; with remarks on Dragons and other Fire-breathing Monsters of Mythology and the Middle Ages, etc. 8vo, 31 pp. New York, 1845
1604THE CLASSIFICATION OF MANKIND by the Hair and Wool of their Heads, with Nomenclature of Human Hybrids. By P. A. Browne. 8vo, 14 pp. Philadelphia, 1852
1605CAREY, MATHEW. Appeal to the wealthy of the land on the character, conduct, situation, and prospects of those whose sole dependence for subsistence is on the labor of their hands. 36 pp. Philadelphia, 1833
1606ATTACK ON THE “CHESAPEAKE.” Correspondence with the British Government. 86 pp. Washington, 1808
1607THE IMPENDIN’ CRISIS ON THE DIMOCRACY. A breef concise statements on the past experience, present condishun and fucher hopes of the Dimocratic party, etc. By Petroleum V. Nasby. 23 pp. New York, 1868
1608MR. GILES’ SPEECH; the Embargo Laws. 36 pp. 1808
1609DISCOURSE BEFORE NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC, Genealogical Society on occasion of its Twenty-fifth anniversary. By the Rev. E. F. Slafter, with list of Members, etc. 59 pp. 1870
1610THE LAKE CANAL POLICY of the State of New York. By Robert Troup, with Appendices, etc. 119 pp. Albany, 1822
1611HISTORY OF THE PRIVATE, Political, and Official Misdeeds and Offences of Fernando Wood. 58 pp. No date.
1612CLAY, HENRY. Speech in Support of an American System for Protection of American Industry. 34 pp. 1824
1613CAREY, MATHEW. Appeal to Common Sense and Common Justice, intended to prove the extreme injustice of the existing Tariff. 112 pp. 1822
1614NARRATIVE of the Piracy and Plunder of the ship “Friendship,” of Salem, on the Coast of Sumatra, 1831; the Massacre of her Crew, etc. By Charles M. Endicott. Small 4to, 20 pp. 1859
1615THE PARTNERSHIP; or, The History of the Rise and Progress of the Pennsylvania Chronicle, etc. By William Goddard. Phila., 1770
This copy stops at page 56, and the following note has been added in MS.:
“N. B.—William Goddard intended to have continued, but was prevailed on to decline by his friends However, a part of No. 2, with the postcript to page 72 was lost while I was in the country in the war.”
1616DISCOURSE ON HENRY CLAY. By W. H. MacFarland. 1852
1617WASHINGTON: His Person as represented by the Artists. The Houdon Statue; its History and Value. By Sherwin McRae. 23 pages. 1873





1618(Description of) the Picture of the Embarcation of the Pilgrims. Painted by Robt. W. Weir for the Rotunda of the Capitol at Washington. 13 pp. Plate. 1843
1619SECRET HISTORY of the Perfidies, Intrigues, and Corruptions of the Tyler Dynasty, with the Mysteries of Washington City Connected with that Vile Administration. 64 pp. Washington, 1845
1620REPORT OF A COMMITTEE Appointed by the Massachusetts Historical Society on the Exchanges of Prisoners During the Revolutionary War. 26 pp. 1861
1621THE DARTMOOR MASSACRE, Transposed in Verse. An Authentic and Particular Account of the Tragic Massacre at Dartmoor Prison, in which 67 American Sailors fell the Victims to the Jailor's Revenge, etc. By J. H. Waddell. 8 pp. Boston, 1815
1622MESSAGE from the President, Conditions of Peace with Great Britain, etc. 28 pp. Wash., 1814
1623CONRAD, ROBERT T. Address before the Historical Society of Pennsylvania at the Celebration of the 170th Anniversary of the Landing of Penn, on the First Constitution and Government of the State of Pennsylvania. 82 pp. Phila., 1853
1624DISCOURSE on the Qualifications and Duties of an Historian, before the Georgia Historical Society. By Hon. Mitchell King. 28 pp. Savannah, 1843
1625VIRGINIA GEORGICS. Written for the Hole and Corner Club of Powhatan. By Charles Carter Lee. 125 pages. Rich., 1858
1626DOCUMENTS in relation to the Differences which subsisted between the late Commodore O. H. Perry and Capt. J. D. Elliot. Uncut, 38 pages. Wash., 1821
1627BANCROFT, GEORGE. The Necessity, the Reality, and the Progress of the Human Race. Oration before New York Historical Society. 96 pages. Autograph presentation copy. New York, 1854
1628STEVENS, GEORGE ALEXANDER. Lecture on Heads. 12mo, 28 pages. Phila., 1787
1629CLARK, HENRY. Historical Address on the Forty-second Anniversary of the Battle of Hubbardton, Vt.; with Appendix, etc. 16 pages. 1859
1630NARRATIVE of Transactions in the Red River Country, from the Commencement of the Operations of the Earl of Selkirk to 1816. By Alexander McDonnell. 85 pp. London, 1819
1631CASS, LEWIS. Discourse in the House of Representatives before the American Historical Society. 58 pp. Washington, 1836
1632REASONS WHY the Present System of Auctions ought to be Abolished. 16 pp. New York, 1828
1633INGERSOLL, J. C. Discourse before the Society for the Commemoration of the Landing of William Penn. 12mo, 36 pp. Philadelphia, 1825
1634LEWIS, WINSLOW. Address before the New England Historic Genealogical Society. 12 pp. Boston, 1862
1635LINCOLN, WILLIAM. Address before the American Antiquarian Society on the Character and Services of the Late Librarian. Christopher C. Baldwin. 19 pp. Worcester, 1835
1636THE REIGN OF THE ENGLISH ROBESPIERRE. Addressed to the Nation. By “A Patriot.” 8 pp. Lond., 1795
1637REPORT OF COMMITTEE of Citizens of Philadelphia, on the Evils of Lotteries. 16 pp. 1831





1638ADDRESS BY A COMMITTEE to the Members of the American Antiquarian Society; giving Sketch of its Objects, Progress, etc., with the Laws and Regulations and List of Donations to the Society, etc. 38 pp. Worcester, 1819
1639ANNUAL REPORT of the President of the Maryland Historical Society, 1858. 28 pp.
1640WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY. Congressional Banquet in Honor of George Washington 37 pp. 1852
1641NARRATIVE of the Extraordinary Sufferings of Mr. Robert Forbes, his wife and five children, during an Unfortunate Journey through the Wilderness from Canada to Kennebeck River, etc.; also, Narrative of the Captivity and Escape of Mrs. Frances Scott. By Arthur Boardman. Phila., 1794
1642DISCOURSE before the Historical Society of Pennsylvania on New Year's, 1827, on William Penn, etc. By Robert Vaux. 51 pp. Phila., 1827
1643ADDRESSES on the Presentation of the Sword of General Andrew Jackson to Congress. 40 pages. 1855
1644THE RIGHTS OF PRINCES; Extracts from Pigott's Political Dictionary, containing Definitions of Ambassador, Court, Half-Seas-Over, etc.; also, the Rights of Nobles, the Rights of Priests, the Blessings of War, the Wrongs of Man, the Rights of Man, Warning to Tyrants, Voice of the People, etc. In all 76 pages. London
1645REVIEW OF THE CONDUCT OF THE PRINCE OF WALES, MRS. FITZHERBERT, etc., by Nathaniel Jeffreys; with an Answer by a Friend of the Prince. 48 pages. Phila, 1806
1646JOEL BARLOW to his Fellow-Citizens of the U. S. on certain Political Measures Proposed for Their Consideration; with Memoir on Certain Principles of Public Maritime Law, etc. 70 pp. 1799
1647WOOD, JOHN. Correct Statement of the Various Sources from which the History of the Administration of John Adams was Compiled and the Motives for its Suppression by Col. Burr, etc. 49 pp. New York, 1802
1648MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT Transmitting Documents tending to Explain the Causes of the Failure of the Arms on the Northern Frontier. 114 pp., uncut. Wash., 1814
1649SMITH, HORACE W. Nuts for Future Historians to Crack; Containing the Cadwalader Pamphlet, Valley Forge Letters, etc. 90 pp., uncut. Philadelphia, 1856
1650SULLIVAN, WILLIAM. Oration before Washington Benevolent Society of Massachusetts. 24 pp., uncut. Bost., 1812
1651A PAPER ON NEW ENGLAND ARCHITECTURE. By the Rev. N. H. Chamberlain. 30 pp. Boston, 1858
1652DEW, THOS. R. Review of the Debate in the Virginia Legislature of 1831-’2. 133 pp., uncut. Richmond, 1832
1653PITTI—Clout & Dun—Cuddy, a Political Eclogue, etc. By Mr. M—R—Y. 8 pp. Printed for Citizen Lee; no date.
1654VIEWS on the Constitution of Virginia, contained in the Essays of “One of the People,” and on the Letters of Messrs. Robinson, Macfarland, Mason, and Patton. 66 pp., uncut. 1850
1655SPEECH before the Society called the “Proficuous Judicatory,” concerning the Advantages that would be derived from a total Abolition of Slavery. By George Ritter. 20 pp., uncut. Philadelphia, 1802





1656THE MISSISSIPPI QUESTION. Debate on Certain Resolutions Concerning the Violation of the Right of Deposit in the Island of New Orleans. 198 pp., uncut. Philadelphia, 1809
1657AN ACCOUNT OF LOUISIANA; being an Abstract of Documents in the Offices of the Departments of State and of the Treasury, con aining accounts of the Indian Nations within the limits of Louisiana, Census of La., etc. 50 pp., uncut. Philadelphia, 1803
1658CAREY, MATHEW. Three Letters on the Present Calamitous State of Affairs. 60 pp. 1820
1659VINDICATION OF THE PUBLIC FAITH of New York and Pennsylvania in Reply to the Calumnies of the “Times.” By Gulian C. Verplanck. 55 pp., uncut. London, 1840
1660SUMNER, CHARLES. The True Grandeur of Nations. 96 pp. Boston, 1845
1661ALEXANDER HAMILTON on the Public Conduct and Character of John Adams, Esq. 54 pp., uncut. New York 1800
1662JOURNAL of the Rev. Daniel Shute, Chaplain in the Expedition to Canada in 1758. 20 pp., uncut.
1663WAR OF 1812. Report of the Committee of Congress on the Spirit and Manner in which the War has been waged by the Enemy, with accompanying Papers and Documents. 193 pp. Washington, 1813
1664JOURNAL OF ISAAC SENTER, Physician and Surgeon to the Troops detached from the American Army at Cambridge, Mass., on a Secret Expedition against Quebec, under command of Col. Benedict Arnold. 40 pp., uncut. Phila., 1846
1665CORRESPONDENCE between Gen. Andrew Jackson and John C. Calhoun relating to the Seminole War, etc. 8vo, uncut. Washington, 1831
1666CHARTER AND BY-LAWS New York Historical Society, List of Members, etc. 47 pp. 1846
1667BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS, Address of Gen. Duryea before the Military Association. 1859
1668ARMSTRONG, EDWARD. Address before Historical Society of Pennsylvania in Celebration of the 169th Anniversary of the Landing of William Penn. 36 pp. 1852
1669WOODBURY, LEVI. Discourse before American Historical Society at the Second Annual Meeting. 67 pp. Wash., 1837
1670THE LIBERIAN COLONY. Letters on the Colonization Society, etc. By Mathew Cary. 36 pp. Plates. 1834
1671TOUCHSTONE to the People of the U. S. on the Choice of a President. 56 pp. New York, 1812
1672CAREY, MATHEW. Thoughts on Penitentiaries and Prison Discipline. 76 pp. Philadelphia 1831
1673——Essays on the Public Charities of Philadelphia. 51 pp. Philadelphia, 1830
1674——Brief View of the System of Internal Improvement of Pennsylvania; its Rise, Progress, and Retardation, etc. 36 pp. 1831
1675——Account of the Malignant Fever which Prevailed in Philadelphia in 1793, etc. 97 pp. 1830
1676——Address before the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture. 71 pp. 1827
1677——Cursory Views of the Liberal and Restrictive System of Political Economy; their Effects in Great Britain, France, the United States; etc, 30 pp. 1826





1678——Prospects on the Rubicon, Part II. Letters on the Prevailing Excitement in South Carolina, etc. 52 pp. 1832
1679——The Olive Branch, No. 3; or. An Inquiry whether any Arrangement is practicable between the Friends and Opposers of the Protecting System. etc., with an Anticipatory Epitaph on the Constitution in the Event of a Secession, etc. 70 pp. 1832
1680THE TIPPECANOE TEXT-BOOK. By Wm. Ogden Niles. 8vo, Portrait and plates. Balt., 1840
1681EULOGY ON JOHN ADAMS AND THOMAS JEFFERSON. By Peleg Sprague. 25 pages. 1826
1682PINCKNEY, CHARLES. Three Letters on the case of Jonathan Robbins; on the recent Captures of American Vessels by British Cruisers, and on the Right of Expatriation. 65 pages, uncut. Phila., 1799
1683REMARKS Occasioned by the late Conduct of Mr. Washington as President of the United States. 8vo, 84 pages, uncut. Phila., 1797
1684CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN MAJOR-GENERAL JACKSON AND Brevet Major-General Scott on the Subject of an Order published by the former to the Troops of his Division. 16 pages. 1819
1685LETTERS on the Slave Trade still Carried on Along the Eastern Coast of Africa. By F. F. Texugo, an Eye Witness. 115 pp. London, 1839
1686DOCUMENTS AND PROCEEDINGS relating to the Formation of a Board in N. Y. for the Emigration, Preservation and Improvement of the Aborigines of America. 48 pp. 1829
1687BIOGRAPHY OF MARQUIS DE LAFAYETTE. By a Citizen of Washington, D. C. 34 pp. 1824
1688ESSAY ON THE LIBERTY OF THE PRESS. Inscribed to Republican Printers throughout the U. S. By “Hortensius.” 51 pp., uncut. Philadelphia, 1799
1689EVERETT, EDWARD. Oration at Cambridge. 40 pp. N. Y., 1824
1690THE DANGERS OF THE COUNTRY. By the Author of “War in Disguise.” 142 pages. Phila., 1807
1691KEY, FRANCIS S. Discourse on Education. 44 pages Annapolis, 1827
1692ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY. Oration on the Life and Character of Gilbert Motier de Lafayette. 94 pages. 1835
1693FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF PENNSYLVANIA INSTITUTION FOR the Deaf and Dumb; with Address by Lewis Wild, Esq. 72 pages. View. Phila., 1826
1694THOUGHTS ON THE PROPOSED ANNEXATION OF TEXAS to the United States. By “Veto.” 55 pages. 1844
1695LINDSLEY, PHILIP. Speech in behalf of the University of Nashville. 38 pages. 1837
1696O FUL, TRU, UN PERTIKLER OKEAWNT o bwoth wat au seed un wat au yerd. we gooin too the Greyt Egghibhun e Lundun, etc., with O Dikshunayre manefakturt fare o purpus fur thoose us ur noan fur larn't, etc. 16mo, 60 pp. Rachde, 1851
1697GALLERY OF AMERICAN PORTRAITS. Madison, Monroe. J. Q Adams. Wirt, Randolph, Webster, etc. By George Watterson. 16mo, 123 pp. Washington, 1830
1698THE AFFIDAVIT OF ANDREW JACKSON taken by the Defendants in the Suit of Robert Mayo vs. Blair and Rives for a Libel Analysed and Refuted. By Robert Mayo. 80 pp, uncut. Washington, 1840





1699MAYER, BRANTZ, CALVERT, AND PENN; or. The Growth of Civil and Religious Liberty in America, as disclosed in the Planting of Maryland and Pennsylvania. 50 pp., uncut. Baltimore, 1852
1700WILLIAM WIRT. Oration on the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Introduction of the “Resolutions Respecting Independency.” 31 pp. Philadelphia, 1876
1701FRANCIS, JOHN W., M. D. New York during the last Half-Century. Discourse in Commemoration of the 53d Anniversary of the New York Historical Society. 259 pp. N. Y., 1857
1702CLINTON, DEWITT. Introductory Discourse before the Literary and Philosophical Society of New York, 4th of May, 1814. 143 pp. New York, 1815
1703DEFENCE OF CRANEY ISLAND on June 22, 1813. Statement by John D. Richardson, Captain of Artillery, and others. 14 pp., uncut.
1704CALIFORNIA. Western America, including California and Oregon. By Charles Wilkes, U. S. N. 136 pp. 3 Maps. Philadelphia, 1849
1705WHY A NATIONAL LITERATURE Cannot Flourish in the U. S. By Joseph Rochietti. 84 pp. New York, 1845
1706ADDRESSES DELIVERED on the Death of Zachary Taylor, in the Senate and House of Representatives. 112 pp. Plate. 1850
1707EULOGY ON WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON. By Ephraim Peabody. 39 pp. New Bedford, 1841
1708DISCOURSE delivered in Haverhill at the Funeral of Jabez Kimball. By John I. Popkin. 24 pp. Newburyport, 1805
1709SEWARD, WILLIAM H. Oration on the Death of John Quincy Adams 36 pp. Albany, 1848
1710WEBSTER, DANIEL. Discourse on John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. 62 pp. Boston, 1826
1711WHITE DANIEL A. Eulogy on John Pickering. 106 pp. Cambridge, 1847
1712ADDRESSES IN CONGRESS on the Death of John Quincy Adams. 40 pp. Portrait.
1713PROCEEDINGS of the Century Association, in Honor of the Memory of Brigadier-General James S. Wadsworth and Colonel Peter A. Porter; with Eulogies by Wm. J. Hoppin and Frederic S. Cozzens. 88 pp., uncut. New York, 1865
1714TYSON, JAMES L. Diary of a Physician in California; Notes of the Journey by Land and Water, etc. 92 pp. N. Y., 1850
1715ADAMS, J. Q. Eulogy on James Madison. 90 pp., uncut. Boston, 1836
1716NOTICE OF MR. ADAMS’ Eulogism on the Life and Character of James Monroe. 36 pp., uncut. Washington, 1832
1717BLACK, JERE S. Eulogy on General Andrew Jackson at Bedford, Pa. 23 pp. 1845
1718EVERETT, EDWARD. Tribute to the memory of Washington Irving, etc. 23 pp, New York, 1860
1719LUNT, WM. P. Discourse at the interment of John Quincy Adams. 60 pp. uncut. Boston, 1848
1720CUTTS, JAMES MADISON. The conquest of California and Mexico, 1846-47. 12mo, 204 pp. Battle plans, etc. Phila., 1847
1721THE GOLD REGIONS OF CALIFORNIA; its History, Geography, etc. Edited by G. G. Foster. 80 pp Map. New York, 1848
1722THE EARLY DAYS AND RAPID GROWTH OF CALIFORNIA. By Alfred Peabody; with account of an early California voyage. 32 pp. Salem, 1874





1723TAYLOR, ALEX. S. The First Voyage to the Coasts of California, 1542-’3. By Cabrillo and Ferrelo. 19 pp. San Francisco, 1853
1724WHARTON, T. I. Memoir of William Rawle, President of the Historical Society, etc. 59 pp. Philadelphia, 1840
1725WINTHROP, ROBT. C. Memoir of Nathan Appleton; Prepared for the Massachusetts Historical Society. 79 pp. Portrait. Boston, 1861
1726WEBSTER, DANIEL. Address on the Laying of the Corner Stone of the Bunker Hill Monument. 40 pp. 1825
1727THE PHILADELPHIA TEA PARTY OF 1773. By Frank M. Etting 8 pp., with fac simile of an old print “Liberty Triumphant; or, The Downfall of Oppression.” Philadelphia, 1873
1728KIMBALL, JAMES. The One Hundredth Anniversary of the Destruction of Tea in Boston Harbor; with Sketch of William Russell, one of the “Tea Destroyers.” 45 pp., uncut. 1874
1729WHATELY, RICHARD. Historic Doubts Relative to Napoleon Buonaparte. 35 pp. Cambridge, 1832
1730MACKENZIE, WILLIAM L. Life and Times of Martin Van Buren, with Sketches and Anecdotes Illustrative of the Public Career of J. K. Polk, Benj. F. Butler, Calhoun, Jackson, Bennett, etc., etc. 308 pp. Boston, 1846
1731GARNETT, HENRY WISE. Historical Address on the History of Essex County, Virginia. 34 pp. Washington, 1876
1732LIFE AND PUBLIC SERVICES OF HON. JAMES K. POLK, with Sketch of Hon. George Mifflin Dallas. 40 pp. Balt., 1844
1733UPHAM, CHAS. W. Memoir of Francis Peabody, President of the Essex Institute. 80 pp., uncut. Salem, 1868
1734BRIGGS, GEORGE W. Memoir of Daniel Appleton White. 47 pp., uncut. Salem, 1804
1735CUSHING, CALEB. Outlines of the Life and Public Services, Civil and Military, of William H. Harrison. 16mo, 71 pp. Portrait. Boston, 1840
1736CALHOUN. Life of John C. Calhoun, presenting a condensed History of Political Events from 1811 to 1843. 76 pp. Portrait. New York, 1843
1737GREENE, G. W. Nathaniel Greene; an Examination of some Statements in the Ninth Volume of Bancroft's History of the United States. 86 pp. Boston, 1866
1738MEMOIRS OF ODD ADVENTURES, Strange Deliverances, etc., in the Captivity of John Giles, Esq., commander of the Garrison on St. George River, Maine. Written by Himself. 64 pp., uncut. Cincinnati, reprinted, 1869
1739MILTON. A Sheaf of Gleanings after his Biographers and Annotators; Genealogical Investigation, and Notes on his Poems. By Joseph Hunter. 12mo, 72 pp. London, 1850
1740HILLIARD, H. W. The Spirit of Liberty. Oration before Literary Societies of the University of Virginia. 33 pp. 1860
1741HUNTER, R. M. T. Observations on the History of Virginia. Discourse before Virginia Historical Society. 12mo, 48 pp. 1855
1742GODDELL, ABNER C., JR. Address before Essex Institute at the Centennial Anniversary of the Meeting of the Provincial Assembly in Salem, October 5, 1764. 52 pp., uncut. 1874
1743HOLCOMBE, JAS. P. Sketches of the Political Issues and Controversies of the Revolution. 12mo, 63 pp. Richmond, 1856





1744COLLECTIONS OF VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Vol. I, containing Memoir of Indian Wars, etc., by Colonel Stuart, of Greenbrier; Record of Grace Sherwood; Trial for Witchcraft in 1705 in Virginia, etc. 87 pp. Richmond, 1833
1745“LIBERTY.” The Image and Superscription on every Coin issued by the United States of America. “Proclaim Liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof.” 8vo, paper, 231 pp. Illustrated with cuts of half-dollar coin of 1836, and the old Liberty Bell, on title page; also, a “Moral” map of the U. S. Printed 1837. No place.

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1746FORCE, PETER. Tracts and other Papers relating to the Origin, Settlement, and Progress of the Colonies in N. A. 4 vols., 8vo, Vols. I and II boards and Vols. III and IV cloth, all uncut. Washington, 1836-’46
1747LITTEL'S LIVING AGE, April, 1840 to December, 1841. 8vo.
1748KENDALL'S EXPOSITOR for 1841, an epitome of the Proceedings of Congress at the Memorable Extra Session, etc. 8vo, half sheep. Washington
1749PERMANENT TEMPERANCE DOCUMENTS. Vol. I, 8vo, sheep. New York, 1856
1750MUSEUM OF FOREIGN LITERATURE AND SCIENCE. Vol. VI. and Vol. X, new series. 2 vols.
1751SOUTHERN LITERARY MESSENGER. Vols. VI, VII and X, 3 vols. 8vo, half sheep. Richmond, 1840-’42
1752CHRISTIAN PARLOR MAGAZINE. Vol. I., 8vo. cloth. Steel Plates. New York, 1845
1753THE KNICKERBOCKER. Vols. XV to XX, inclusive; also, 23, 25, 39. 9 vols., 8vo, half sheep. N. Y., 1840-’52
1754DEMOREST'S YOUNG AMERICA. Vol. V. Illustrated.
1755REPORT of the Portsmouth Relief Association to the Contributors to the Relief of Portsmouth, Va., during the Yellow Fever, 1855, etc. 8vo, cloth. Plate. Richmond, 1856
1756THR VIRGINIA HISTORICAL REGISTER AND LITERARY COMpanion. Edited by William Maxwell. 6 vols. in 3, 8vo, boards. Richmond, 1848-’53
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1757“ANALECTIC MAGAZINE.” Vols. I to XIII, (except vol. VI) 12 vols., half sheep. Many scarce Portraits, Plates and Maps. Philadelphia, 1813-’18
1758“THE BOSTON MISCELLANY.” Edited by Nathan Hale, Jr. Vols. I and II, 2 vols., 8vo, half sheep. Plates. Contains original articles and poems by Edward Everett, J. R. Lowell, W. W. Story, Hawthorne. Poe, etc Boston, 1842
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1761“THE CALVANISTIC MAGAZINE.” Conducted by James Gallaher, F. A. Ross and David Nelson. Vol. I. Rogerville, Tenn., 1827. Also Minutes of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church for 1827, etc. In 1 vol., 8vo, half sheep.
1762THE NEW YORK REVIEW. Vol. I to V, and Vols. VIII, IX, X, 8 vols., half sheep. 1837-’42





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1765“THE AMERICAN MUSEUM;” or, Repository of Ancient and Modern Fugitive Pieces, for March, and part of October, 1789; December, 1790; February, June, and December, 1791; June, 1792. 7 numbers. Philadelphia.
1766“THE AMERICAN PIONEER.” Vol. I, paper, uncut. Vol. II, half sheet; 2 vols., 8vo. Plates. fac s'miles, and illustrations. No more published. Contains much valuable material. Journals of Campaigns against the Indians; Narratives of Captivity; Incidents of Border Warfare; Biographical Sketches, etc. Cincinnati, 1842
1767“THE COLUMBIA REGISTER.” Volume II, 8vo, boards. Washington, 1829
1768“TITAN.” A monthly Magazine. Vols. I, III, IV, V, and XXIX. 5 vols., 8vo, cloth. London.
1769THE DAILY NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER. January 18 to December 30, 1817; January 2 to October 31, 1821; January 4 to December 31, 1833; 1848, except 13 days; 1853, complete, 2 vols.; also the Tri-Weekly Intelligencer for 1852, ’54, ’55, ’56, and ’57. In all 11 vols., bound.
1770THE METROPOLITAN AND POTOMAC ADVOCATE. Washington and Georgetown. Tri-Weekly. October 7, 1836, to October, 4, 1837.
1771ALEXANDRIA (VA.) GAZETTE AND VIRGINIA ADVERTISER; 1843 to 1849. 6 vols., bound.
1772EVERY SATURDAY. Vols I, II, III. 3 vols. bound in 4, half morocco, folio edition. Illustrated.
1773THE DAILY PATRIOT. Washington. May 15, 1871, to November 11, 1872. 3 vols., folio, half sheep.
1774SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. Vols. VI, VII, VIII, and XI. New York 1851 to 1853. 4 vols., folio, half sheep.
1775LONDON AND CHINA EXPRESS. Weekly. London. October 13, 1871. to June 26, 1874. 3 vols., small folio, half sheep.
1776THE TRUTH TELLER. Vol. III. Imperfect. New York, 1827
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1778THE NEW YORK MIRROR. Vol. XII. 1834-’5. Half sheep.
1779THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT JOURNAL. Peter Force. Washington. Vol I. Dec., 1823, to Dec., 1824. Folio, half sheep.
1780GAZETTE OF THE UNION AND GOLDEN RULE. New York. Vol. X. January to June, 1849.
1781THE AMERICAN MAGAZINE. Monthly. Boston. Vols. 1, 2, 3. 1834-’35-’36-’37. 3 vols. Illustrated with portraits, plates, views, etc. Sheep. Poor condition.
1782THE PENNY MAGAZINE. London, 1833-’36-’37. 3 vols., folio, half sheep. Illustrated.
1783AMERICAN STATE PAPERS. 1788 to 1818. 12 vols. complete, 8vo, sheep. Steel Portrait. Boston, 1819
1784THE ROUGH-HEWER. Devoted to the Democratic Principles of Jefferson. Vol. I, (all published,) with Index and a lively “Extra.” Albany, 1840
1785MEMOIR OF COM. JOSHUA BARNEY. Edited by Mary Barney. 8vo, boards, uncut. Boston, 1832





1786RHEES’ AMERICAN LIBRARIES, 8vo, cloth. Phila., 1859
1787LIFE OF JOHN C. CALHOUN; History of Political Events from 1811 to 1843; Speeches, Reports, etc. 8vo, cloth. Portrait. New York, 1843
1788ROMANCE AND HUMOR OF THE ROAD. By S. R. Smith. 8vo. cloth. Chicago, 1871
1789POEMS. By J. M. McJilton. 12mo, cloth. Boston 1840
1790LITERARY SOUVENIR FOR 1840. Edited by Wm. E. Burton. 8vo, roan. Steel Plates. Phila., 1840
1791THE BEREAN. By John H. Noyes. (Guiteau's “inspiration.”) 8vo, cloth. Putney, Vt., 1847
1792REPORT OF AN EXPEDITION DOWN THE RIVER ZUNI. By Capt. L. Sitgreaves. 8vo, half sheep. Map and 21 plates. Washington, 1853
1793VOLUME OF MISCELLANEOUS Documents, Newspaper Scraps, Speeches, and Manuscript on Nicaragua, Central America and the Monroe Doctrine. 8vo, half sheep.
1794LETTERS FROM PALMYRA AND ROME. 8vo, half morocco.
1795MARSHALL'S HISTORY of the American Colonies. 8vo, sheep. Philadelphia. 1824
1796THE EARLY AMERICAN SPIRIT and the Genesis of It. By Richard S. Storrs. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1875
1797BAXLEY. What I Saw on the West Coast of North and South America. 8vo, cloth. Illustrated. New York, 1865
1798ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL DICTIONARY. By an American Gentleman. 8vo, sheep Burlington, 1813
1799WOMEN OF THE SOUTH Distinguished in Literature. By Mary Forest. 8vo, full morocco, stamped, gilt edges. Steel Portraits. New York, 1861
1800THATCHER'S AMERICAN MEDICAL BIOGRAPHY; with History of the Medical Science in the U. S. 2 vols. in 1. 8vo, boards, uncut. Portraits. Boston, 1828
1801SHAKINGS: Etchings from the Naval Academy. By one of the Class of 1867. Oblong, 8vo, cloth. Boston, 1867
1802SHAKESPEARE. Edited by Charles and Mary Cowden Clarke. 3 vols. 4to, half russia. Illustrated by H. C. Selous. London.
1803FOREIGN TOUR of Brown, Jones and Robinson. By Richard Doyle. 4to, half morocco. New York, 1877
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1808COMMENT ON ETUDE LA MEDICINE A PARIS, Histoire de Trascand (Bien Aime) ex-student, ex Noceur, Vircur, Polkeur adjourd hin peri de famille, et proporetaire. Folio, boards. 20 Plates comic.
1809THE WONDERS OF THE HEAVENS. By Duncan Bradford. 4to, half sheep. Colored Maps of Constellations, etc Bost., 1837
1810RESOURCES OF SOUTHERN FIELDS AND FORESTS; also Medical Botany of the Confederate States. By Francis P. Porcher. 8vo, half sheep. Charleston, 1863
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1811BROWN AND TAYLOR'S Mineral Resources of the States and Territories for 1867 and 1868, 2 vols., 8vo, cloth. Wash.
1812SOUTHERN WEALTH AND NORTHERN PROFITS. 8vo, cloth.
1813THE WATER POWER OF MAINE. 8vo, cloth. Map. Augusta, 1868
1814THE UNITED STATES: Its Power and Progress. By Guillamme Tell Poussin. 8vo, cloth. Phila., 1851
1815THE SUTRO TUNNEL. 8vo, cloth.
1816WRIGHT'S Universal Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language. Vols. I, II and III. 3 vols., royal 8vo, half morocco. London
1817OUR COUNTRY. By Benson I. Lossing. Complete in 60 parts. Illustrated by Darley. Quarto.
1818BATTLES of the United States by Sea and Land. By Henry B. Dawson. Complete in 40 parts, 4to. Fully Illustrated.
1819THE CHINESE EMPIRE. Illustrated. By Thos. Allom. 27 parts, 4to. Steel plates by the Author.
1820MAGAZINE of American History, with Notes and Queries. Edited by John Austin Stevens, 1879 and Oct. and Nov., 1881, 14 parts, 4to. Maps, Portraits, and Illustrations N. Y.
1821THE HISTORICAL Magazine and Notes and Queries. April and August, 1867, May, June and August, 1869, 5 numbers. Morrisania, N. Y.
1822WALDIE'S SELECT LIBRARY. 6 vols., royal 8vo. half sheep
1823THE REPUBLIC OF LETTERS; containing Man of Feeling; Castle of Otranto; Gil Blas; Rasselas, etc. 4to, half sheep. New York, 1834
1824LOSSING'S FIELD BOOK OF THE REVOLUTION. 2 vols., royal 8vo, cloth. With several hundred illustrations from original sketches by the author. Autograph Presentation copy. New York, 1851
1825GELL, SIR WILLIAM. Pompeiana: the Topography. Edifices and Ornaments of Pompeii. 2 vols., 8vo, cloth, uncut. 88 fine steel plates after drawings by the author, and numerous other illustrations (some on India paper and mounted,) vignettes, etc. Fine, clean copy. London, 1832
1826LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CATALOGUES: Authors. 1864, half mor. and annuals in cloth from 1867 to 1875, (all issued.) In all 8 vols., royal 8vo. Washington.
1827MERCANTILE LIBRARY OF PHILADELPHIA. Catalogue (by authors and subjects) Royal 8vo, half morocco, uncut, gilt top Phila., 1870
1828THE LADIES’ REPOSITORY, and Gatherings of the West. Vols. 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 14, 17, 18, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28. In all 15 vols., royal 8vo, half morocco. Numerous steel portraits, plates, views, etc. Good, clean condition. Cin., 1844-’68
1829WILLIS, N. P. Prose Works. Royal 8vo, cloth.
1830TAYLOR, BAYARD. The National Ode, July 4, 1876. In fac simile. 4to, cloth. Boston, 1876
1831THE ART OF PREACHING in Imitation of Horace's Art of Poetry, 18 pp. London; a Poem in Imitation of Juvenal, 19 pp.; The Impertinent, by Mr. Pope, 15 pp; Epistle to Sir Robert Walpole, 14 pp; On Nobility, by Mr. Wm. Whitehead, 15 pp.; Essay on Ridicule, etc., etc., in 1 vol., 8vo, paper. London, Dodsley, 1783-’88
1832DIARY OF DAVID HOW, a Private in Col. Paul Dudley Sargent's Regiment of the Massachusetts Line in the Revolution, with





Sketch of Author. By G. W. Chase. Notes, etc., by H. B. Dawson. 4to, paper, uncut. Morrisiana, 1865
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1833CRAFTS, W. A. The Southern Rebellion. 2 vols., 4to, half morocco, gilt. Numerous Steel Portraits and Plates. Boston, 1865
1834METRICAL DESCRIPTION OF A FANCY BALL given at Washington, 9th April, 1858. 4to, cloth. Washington, 1858
1835WELD, ISAAC, JR. Travels through the States of North America, and Upper and Lower Canada, 1795-’97. 4to, calf. Fine Steel Plates and Maps. London, 1799
1836HAMLET, Travestie, with Burlesque Annotations. By John Poole, Esq. 4to, cloth, uncut. For Private Distribution. New York, 1866
1837PUNCH'S TWENTY ALMANACS, 1842-’61, in 1 vol., 4to, cloth, gilt. London
1838TEN CENTURIES OF ART: Its Progress in Europe from the 9th to the 19th Centuries, etc. By Henry Noel Humphreys. 4to, cloth. 10 Beautifully colored plates; a small and unimportant part of one plate cut out. London, 1852
1839MEYER'S UNIVERSUM; or, Views of the Most Remarkable Places and Objects of all Countries; with Description and Historical Text by Eminent Authors. Edited by Charles A. Dana. Volume I. Oblong, 8vo, half russia. 48 Fine steel plates. New York, 1852
1840THE SUNNYSIDE BOOK. Articles by Bryant, Curtis, Stedman, Stoddard. etc, Illustrated by Hart Darley, Smillie, etc. 8vo, cloth, gilt. New York, 1871
1841BOHN'S ALBUM AND AUTOGRAPHS of the Universities of Virginia; with a History of the Institution. 4to, full morocco, gilt. Steel plates and portraits Washington, 1859
1842PICTURESQUE VIEWS of the Severn; with Historical and Topographical Illustrations. By Thomas Harrol. 2 vols., 8vo, boards. 52 Plates after designs of Samuel Ireland. Lond., 1824
1843SWISS COSTUMES in Miniature. Designed by Reinhardt. Each Plate Represents a View Taken on the Spot. 4to, half sheep, uncut. 25 Colored plates. London.
1844THE THAMES AND MEDWAY; 80 Splendid (Steel) Engravings of the Most Picturesque Waterside Scenery. From Drawings by Tombleson, with Descriptions. 4to, cloth, gilt. London.
1845GILPIN'S SCENERY of the River Wye. 8vo, half morocco. 15 Plates. London, 1800
1846THE NEW LONG ISLAND. 8vo, full morocco, gilt. Numerous Illustrations. New York, 1879
1847ALE, in Prose and Verse. By Barry Gray and John Savage. 8vo, cloth. Plates. New York, 1866
1848VENISE: Original, Histoirc, Vues, Monuments, etc. Illustrée de 24 magnifiques Vues sur Acier; avec Texte, 8vo, cloth. Munich, 1847
1849HOME AUTHORS AND HOME ARTISTS: Essays by Irving, Bryant, Cooper, Willis, etc. With 13 fine steel engravings from pictures of eminent artists. Royal 8vo, full mor. New York.
1850AMERICAN SCENERY: Illustrated. By T. Addison Richards. 4to, heavy cloth, gilt. With 32 beautiful steel engravings, with descriptive text. New York, 1854





1851AROUND THE WORLD WITH GENERAL GRANT. By J. R. Young. 20 parts, 4to, (published at 50 cents per part.) Illustrated. Complete. New York.
1852DISRAELI'S CURIOSITIES OF LITERATURE. Royal 8vo, sheep. London, Moxon, 1841
1853THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE JAPANESE MINISTER OF EDUCATION. 2 vols., large 8vo, cloth. 1875
1854PETER PINDAR'S WORKS. 4to, half sheep. London, 1789-’94
The original parts bound together.
1855MEMOIRS OF THE REBELLION IN 1745-’6. By the Chevalier de Johnstone. 4to, boards, uncut. Portrait of Charles Edward. London, 1820
1856RUSSELL, WILLIAM. History of America from its Discovery to the Conclusion of the late War; with Account of the Rise and Progress of the Present Unhappy Contest 2 vols., 4to, roan. (different colors.) With numerous steel portraits, maps, views, and other plates illustrating the costumes, ceremonies, manners etc., of the Aborigines. London, 1778
1857WEBSTER'S DICTIONARY. 2 vols., 4to, boards, worn. N. Y., 1828
1858SOUTH CAROLINA. Collection of Acts passed by the General Assembly of South Carolina from Feb. 17th, 1746, to May 19th, 1758 Bound together in 1 vol., folio, half sheep, uncut. Charleston. Printed by Peter Timothy, 1748-’59. Very scarce.
1859SPANISH AND CALIFORNIA LAND GRANTS AND TITLES Jimeno's and Hartnell's Indexes of Land Decisions from 1830 to 1846; also Toma de Razon; or, Registry of Titles for 1844-’5; Approval of Land Grants by the Te ritorial Deputation and Departmental Assembly of California from 1835 to ’46; List of Unclaimed Grants, etc, Compiled from Spanish Archives by Eugene B. Drake. 8vo, half morocco. Very scarce. San Francisco, 1861
1860STEDMAN, C. History of the Origin, Progress and Termination of the American War. 2 vols., 4to, sheep. Numerous large folding Maps. London, 1794
1861BOTCHETTE, JOSEPH. The British Dominions in North America; Description of Lower and Upper Canada, New Brunswick, etc.; Statistical Tables, etc. 2 vols., 4to, boards, uncut. Many Plates of Views, Plans, etc. London 1832
1862BURNABY, ANDREW. Travels through the Middle Settlements in North America in 1759-’60, with Catalogues of Birds, Animals, Anecdotes of Indians, etc. 4to, boards, uncut. Map and 2 Plates. London, 1798
1863HAZARD'S HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS; State Papers and Other Authentic Documents, intended as Materials for a History of the U. S. 2 vols., 4to, boards, uncut. Phila., 1792
1864MONUMENTS OF WASHINGTON'S PATRIOTISM; A fac simile of His Publick Account during the Revolutionary War, etc. Folio, cloth. Portrait. Washington, 1838
1865JOHNSON, WILLIAM. Sketches of the Life and Correspondence of Gen. Nathaniel Greene. 2 vols., 4to, boards, uncut. Portrait, map and plates. Charleston, 1822
1866JONES’ VIEWS of the Seats, Mansions, Castles, etc., of Noblemen and Gentlemen in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Historical Descriptions, etc. 3 vols., 4to, half red morocco, etc. Many fine steel plates. London
1867THE COUNTIES of Chester, Derby, Leicester, Lincoln, and Rutland.





Illustrated from drawings by Thomas Allom, with historical descriptions. 4to, cloth, gilt. 73 fine steel plates. London.
1868BEAUTY'S COSTUME; a series of female figures in the dress of all times and nations. 12 steel engravings by Corbould, Meadows, etc. 4to, cloth, gilt. London, 1838
1869BATH AND BRISTOL, with the Counties of Somerset and Gloucester in a Series of Views from Original Drawings. By Thos. H. Shepherd, with descriptions, etc. 4to, 24 Plates, calf, stamped. London
1870CATTERMOLE. The Great Civil War of the Times of Charles I and Cromwell. Royal 8vo, cloth. London, 1866
1871GREENLAND, the Adjacent Seas, and the Northwest Passage, illustrated in a Voyage to Davis’ Strait in 1817. By Bernard O'Reilly. 8vo, paper. Maps. Plates. Scarce. N. Y., 1818
1872JO. MARIæ LANCISCII OPERA VARIA. 2 vols. in 1, folio, vellum. Plates. Venetiis, 1739
1873FINDEN'S Portraits of the Court of Queen Victoria. Nineteen parts. Original folio edition, each part containing three portraits. India Proofs. London, 1838
1874MONTAIGNE. Essais, avec des Notes, etc., par Pierre Coste. 3 vols., 4to, sheep. Portrait. Paris, 1725
1875VOYAGE DE LA PEROUSE AUTOUR DU MONDE. 4 vols., 4to and Atlas, folio. 5 vols., half sheep. Portrait. Paris, 1797
1876HISTORIE D’ HERODOTE TRADUITE DU GREC, avec Remarques Historiques et Critiques, etc. Par M. Larcher. 7 vols., 4to, Large paper. Sheep. Paris, 1786
1877COINS, ECKFELDT AND DU BOIS. Manual of Gold and Silver Coins of all Nations struck within the past Century, their History, etc., with Treatises of Bullion and Plate, Counterfeit Coins, etc. 4to, cloth, gilt. 16 plates of coins, by Joseph Saxon, United States Mint. Philadelphia, 1842
1878LIFE AND ADMINISTRATION OF RICHARD, Earl of Bellomont, Governor of the Provinces of New York, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire, 1697-1701. By Frederic De Peyster 8vo, cloth. Portraits and fac simile. Autograph Presentation Copy. New York, 1879
1879HAKLUYT'S COLLECTION OF EARLY VOYAGES, TRAVELS, AND DISCOVERIES. Vol. III, treating of “The New-Founde World of America,” Gulf of St. Lawrence. Newfoundland, Shores of Virginia and Florida; New Mexico, New Spain, South America, etc., etc. 4to, boards, uncut, London, 1810
1880WASHINGTONIANA; or, Memorials of the Death of George Washington; Funeral Honors Paid to His Memory; List of Tracts and Volumes printed on the Occasion; Catalogue of Medals, etc. By Franklin B. Hough. 2 vols., paper. 4to, large, paper, uncut. 2 Portraits on India paper; mounted, and fac simile. Roxbury, 1865
Edition of only 91 Copies. This is 59.
1881TARLETON, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL: Commandant of the late British Legion. History of the Campaigns of 1780-’1 in the Southern Provinces of North America. 4to, boards, uncut. Map and 4 plans. London, 1787
1882MACKENZIE, RODERICK. Strictures on Lieutenant-Colonel Tarleton's History, etc., wherein Military Characters and Corps are Vindicated from Injurious Aspersions, etc.; with a Detail of the Siege of Ninety-six, and of the Recapture of the Island of New Providence. 8vo, sheep. London, 1787

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