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Printed at Boston by Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews. Faust's Statue, No. 45 Newbury Street. 1794 and 1798 129 BELKNAP, Jeremy. THE FORESTERS; an American Tale, being a sequel to the History of John Bull, the Clothier. 16mo, full crushed, dk. blue lev. mor. gt. By R. M. Smith. Exeter, N.H. 1831 130 BELVILLE, JACOB. Address at the Inauguration of the Hatborough Monument, Commemorating the Battle of the Crooked Billet, Dec. 5, 1861. 8vo pamphlet, 12 pp. very scarce; fine copy. Doylestown, Pa., 1862 131 BENNINGTON, VT. MEMORIALS OF A CENTURY, embracing a record of Individuals and Events chiefly in the Early History of Bennington, Vt. and its first Church. By Isaac Jennings. 8vo, cloth; maps and plates. Boston, 1869 132 BERKSHIRE Co., MASS. A HISTORY OF, in two Parts. The First, being a General View of the County; the second, an account of the several Towns. By Gentlemen in the County, etc., 8vo, sh., scarce; maps, etc. fine copy. Pittsfield, 1829 133 BERKSHIRE Co., JUBILEE. Celebrated at Pittsfield, Mass.,
Aug. 22nd and 23rd, 1844. 8vo, plates. Albany, 1845 134 BERGEN, N. J. ANNALS OF THE CLASSIS OF the Reformed Dutch Church, and of the Churches under its care, including the Civil History of the Ancient Township of Bergen. By Benjamin C. Taylor. 12mo, cl., plates. New York,  135 BEVERLY, MASS. HISTORY OF, Civil and Ecclesiastical, from its settlement in 1630, to 1842. By Edwin M. Stone. 12mo, bds. uncut; with plates. Boston, 1843 136 BEVERLEY, MASS. An Address delivered in the First Parish, Oct. 2, 1867, on the Two Hundredth Anniversary of its Formation. By Christopher T. Thayer. 8vo pamphlet, 79 p., fine copy
Boston, 1868 137 BIBB, HENRY. NARRATIVE OF the Life and Adventures of, an American Slave, written by himself. With an Introduction by Lucius C. Matlack. 12mo, cloth N. Y., 1849 138 BIBLE. (MOHAWK LANGUAGE.) ISAIAH. Ne Kaghyadonghsera ne Royadadokenghdy ne Isaiah. 18mo, cloth. New York, 1839 139 BIBLIOTHECA AMERICANA NOVA. A CATALOGUE OF BOOKS RELATING PRINCIPALLY TO AMERICA, printed between the years 1500 and 1700. Parts I and II. 8vo, half mor., marbled edges London: O. Rich, 1832 140 BIBLIOTHECA AMERICANA NOVA. A CATALOGUE OF BOOKS RELATING TO AMERICA, in various languages, including Voyages to the Pacific and Round the World, and collections of Voyages and Travels, printed since the year 1700. Vol. I., 1701-1800. 8vo, half mor., marbled edges. London: O. Rich, 1835. Containing also Supplement and Index, with additions and corrections, 1701-1800. Part I. London, 1841 141 BIBLIOTHECA AMERICANA NOVA. A CATALOGUE OF BOOKS RELATING TO AMERICA, in various languages, including Voyages to the Pacific and Round the World, and collections of Voyages and
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London: 0. Rich, 1832 143 BIBLIOTHECA AMERICANA NOVA. A CATALOGUE OF BOOKS in various languages, relating to America, printed since the year 1700. 8vo, cloth. Vol. I., 1701-1800. London: O. Rich, 1835. With Supplement and Inder, containing additions and corrections. Part I., 1701-1800, inclusive London, 1841 144 BIBLIOTHECA AMERICANA NOVA. A CATALOGUE OF BOOKS RELATING TO AMERICA, in various languages, including Voyages to the Pacific and Round the World, and collections of Voyages and Travels, printed since the year 1700. Vol. II., 1801-1844. 8vo, cloth. With Index London: Rich & Sons, 1846 145 BIDWELL, BARNABAS. Oration on the Death of Roger Newton, Junior, Tutor in Yale College. 8vo pamphlet New Haven, 1789 146 BILLERICA, MASS. AN HISTORICAL MEMOIR OF. Containing Notices of the Principal Events in the Civil and Ecclesiastical Affairs of the Town, from its Settlement to 1816. By John Farmer. 80 pamphlet. Pr. Title cov., uncut; 36 pages; beautiful copy of this extremely rare History Amherst, N. H., 1816
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147 BILLERICA, Mass. Celebration of the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Incorporation of. May 29, 1855. 8vo pamphlet, 152 p. ; Lowell, 1855 148 BISHOP, CAPT. JOHN S. A Concise History of the War. With map. 12mo, boards Indianapolis, 1864 149 BLACK HAWK. LIFE OF MA-KA-TAI-ME-SHE-KIA-KIAK. Embracing the Tradition of his Nation-Indian Wars in which he has been engaged. With an Account of the Cause and History of the late War, his Surrender and Confinement at Jefferson Barracks, and Travels through the United States. Dictated by himself. 12mo, bds., front. Boston, 1834 150 BLAND, COL. THEODORICK, Jr. THE BLAND PAPERS: Being a Selection from the Manuscripts of. To which are prefixed an Introduction and a Memoir of Col. Bland. Edited by Charles Campbell. In Two Volumes. 8vo, half dk. blue cr. lev. mor., gilt top. Bound by R. W. Smith Petersburg, 1840 151 BLATCHLY, C. C. The Pleasures of Contemplation and Causes of Popular Poverty. 8vo, bds, uncut; sheep Philadelphia, 1817 152 BLENNERHASSETT, HARMAN; The Life of. Comprising an authentic narrative of the Burr Expedition, and containing many addi tional facts not heretofore published. By William H. Safford. 12mo, cloth; plates Chilicothe, O., 1850 SEXAGENARY; or, Remin8vo, half crim. lev. mor. ; Albany: Munsell, 1866
153 BLOODGOOD, S. DE WITT. THE iscences of the American Revolution. gilt top; edges rough
154 BLOOMINGTON, MINN. TERR.; Sketch of the Town of. By William Brewster. 12mo, paper; map. St. Paul (M. T.), 1857
155 BLISS, GEORGE. An Address to the Members of the Bar of the
Counties of Hampshire, Franklin and Hampden, at Northampton (Mass.), Sept., 1826. 8vo, uncut; pamphlet, 85 pages; fine copy; scarce Springfield, 1827 156 BONAPARTE, CHARLES LUCIAN. The GENERA OF NORTH AMERICAN BIRDS, and a synopsis of the Species found within the United States. Extracted from the Annals of the Lyceum of Natural History of New York. 8vo, paper, uncut. New York, 1828 157 BONNER, T. D. The Mountain Minstrel, containing a collection of Temperance Songs, Hymns and Glees suitable for all Total Abstinence Societies. Original and Selected. 12mo, paper
Concord, 1847 158 BOON, COL. DANIEL; LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF. Comprising an account of his first excursion to Kentucky, in 1769, and of his various encounters with the Indians. Written by himself. To which is added a narrative of the most important incidents of his life, from the latter period until the period of his death. Annexed is an Eulogy on Col. Boon, by Lord Byron. 8vo, full dark blue lev. mor., gilt top, uncut; bound by Bradstreet; very scarce; full length portrait of Col. Boon in Hunting Costume Providence, 1824 159 BOONE, DANIEL. BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF, the First Settler of Kentucky, interspersed with Incidents in the Early Annals of the Country. By Timothy Flint. 12mo, calf. Cincinnati, 1846 160 BOONE, COL. DANIEL. LIFE AND TIMES OF. Comprising History of the Early Settlement of Kentucky. By Cecil B. Hartley. To which is added Col. Boone's Autobiography complete. Illustrated. 8vo, half crim. lev. mor., gilt. Bound by R. W. Smith. Philadelphia, 1860 161 BOONE, DANIEL. LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF, the First Settler of Kentucky, interspersed with Incidents in the Early Annals of the Country. By Timothy Flint. New edition. To which is added an account of Captain Estill's Defeat. 16mo. With portrait. In sheets, folded. Cincinnati, 1868 162 BOQUET, COL. HENRY. Historical Account of Boquet's Expedition, against the Ohio Indians in 1764. With preface by Francis Parkman, and translation of Dumas' Biographical Sketch of General Boquet. Gr. cl., 8vo, uncut; maps, plates.
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164 BOSTON. FEMALE ASYLUM. A Discourse by Joseph Eckley, Sept. 24, 1802. 8vo, 22 pages.
Discourse. By Samuel Parker, Sept 23, 1803. 8vo,
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Discourse. By Jedidiah Morse, Sept. 25, 1807.
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Boston, 1802-7 165 BOSTON. ORATIONS delivered at the request of the Inhabitants of the Town of, to Commemorate the evening of the Fifth of March, 1770. Second edition. 8vo, half dk. blue cr. lev. mor., gilt top, rough edges. Bound by R. W. Smith. Boston, 1807 166 BOSTON. ORATIONS delivered at the request of the Inhabitants of the Town of, to Commemorate the evening of the Fifth of March, 1770, when a number of citizens were killed by a Party of British Troops quartered among them in a Time of Peace. Second edition. 8vo, bds., uncut. Boston, 1807 A TOPOGRAPHICAL AND HISTORICAL DESCRIPTION OF, from the First Settlement of the Town to the Present Period; with some account of its environs. By Charles Shaw. 8vo, plates, bds., uncut. Boston, 1817 Extracts from a Journal of Travels in North America. By Ali Bey. 8vo, bds., uncut. Boston, 1818 169 BOSTON PRIZE POEMS, and other specimens of Dramatic Poetry. Boston, 1824 170 BOSTON. A HISTORY OF, from its Origin to the Present Period; with some account of the environs. By Caleb H. Snow. 8vo, bds., uncut, engravings; beautiful copy; quite scarce. Boston, 1825 171 BOSTON MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. First Annual Report of, Jan. 7, 1828. With the Constitution and List of Members. 8vo; good copy; 24 pages; scarce. Boston, 1828 172 BOSTON. PICTURE OF; or, the Citizens and strangers' guide to the metropolis of Massachusetts and its environs. By Abel Bowen. 12mo, bds. uncut.
168 BOSTON AND ITS VICINITY.
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Boston, 1829 173 BOSTON. An Address to the Citizens on the 17th of Sept., 1830, the close of Second Century from the first settlement of the City. By Josiah Quincy. Svo pamphlet, uncut, 68 p.; beautiful copy; scarce; autograph of Quincy. Boston, 1830 174 BOSTON. A GEOGRAPHY OF, and the Adjacent Towns. With Historical Notes. By C. H. Snow. 12mo, bds., rough edges, maps, plates. Boston, 1830 175 BOSTON. An Ode pronounced before the inhabitants of, Sept. 17, 1830, at the Centennial Celebration of the Settlement of the City. By Chas. Sprague. 8vo pamphlet, uncut, 22 pages.
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affixed the Annals of Boston. with engravings. Third edition. 182 BOSTON FEMALE ASYLUM.
not published. 8vo, bds. 183 BOSTON. NOTIONS. Being an authentic and concise account of that Village, from 1630 to 1847. By Nathaniel Dearborn. 8vo, cl., illustrated.
Boston, 1848 184 BOSTON. A SHORT NARRATIVE OF THE HORRID MASSACRE in; perpetrated in the evening of the Fifth Day of March, 1770, by Soldiers of the 29th Regiment, which with the 14th Regiment were then quartered there, with some observations on the state of things prior to that catastrophe. 8vo, cl, frontis. Printed by order of the Town of Boston, 1770. Re-Published, N. Y., 1849 185 BOSTON. HISTORY OF THE SIEGE OF, and of the Battles of Lexington, Concord and Bunker Hill. Also an account of Bunker Hill Monument. With Illustrative Documents. By Richard Frothingham, jr. Second Ed. roy. 8vo., half crim. lev. extra, gt. top, rough edges; remarkably large and fine copy. Boston, 1851 186 BOSTON. HISTORY OF THE SIEGE OF, &c. 8vo, cl; 1st Ed.
Boston, 1849 187 BOSTON. NEW GUIDE to the city of, and vicinity. By Abel Bowen. 12mo, cl; engravings. Boston,  188 BOSTON. History of the Siege of, and of the Battles of Lexing ton, Concord, and Bunker Hill, and also an account of the Bunker Hill Monument. With Illustrative Documents. By Richard Frothingham, jr. 8vo, cl. Boston, Mass., 1849 189 BOSTON. EPITAPHS from Copp's Hill Burial Ground. With notes. By Thomas Bridgman. 8vo, sheets folded; front.
Boston, 1851 190 BOSTON. REMINISCENCES OF, and guide through the city and environs. By Nath'l Dearborn. 12mo, cl.; plates. Boston,  191 BOSTON. SKETCHES of, Past and Present, and of some few places in its vicinity. Cl., 12mo; 120 engravings. Boston, 1851 192 BOSTON ANTHENÆUM. THE HISTORY OF, with Biographical Notices of its Deceased Founders. By Josiah Quincy. Roy. 8vo, cl. Cambridge, 1851
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