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BADDON'S Steam Engine Calumny delineated; to which is subjoined the Infernal Triumvirate oppression, depression and extortion. By a Lover of Mercy. 12mo, sheep.

Philadelphia, 1817 2 ABINGTON, MASS. HISTORICAL SKETCH OF. By Aaron Hobart. 8vo, cloth. With an appendix. Boston, 1839 3 ACTON, MASS. An Address delivered at, July 21, 1835; being the first Centennial Anniversary of the Organization of that Town. With an Appendix.

In which the honors of the Concord Fight, claimed by some late publications, for Maj. Buttrick and other Officers, belonging to Concord, particularly so far as they are supposed to belong to the memory of Capt. Isaac Davis of Acton, are considered; with some reasons why a proposed monument should not be placed over the two British soldiers who were buried in one grave at the north bridge; and some notice of the agitated question as to the place where the first resistance was made; accompanied by the testimony of two of the surviving members of Capt. Davis's Company, and of his surviving widow; and a Map of the scene of the Concord Fight as it was at the time.

By Josiah Adams. 8vo pamphlet, 48 pages, rough edges; very scarce; fine copy. Boston, 1835

4 ACTON, ME. THE HISTORY OF. By Joseph Fullonton.


This shall be written for the generation to come,"

Sm. 8vo, paper cov., 36 pages; fine copy; scarce. Dover, N.H., 1847 Contains its Geographical, Civil and Ecclesiastical History, and Biographical Sketches of its prominent men.

5 ADAIR, JAMES. (Trader with the Indians and Resident in their Country for Forty Years.) THE HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN INDIANS, particularly those Nations adjoining the Mississippi, East and West Florida, Georgia, South and North Carolina and Virginia containing an Account of their Origin, Language, Manners, Religious and Civil Customs, Laws, Form of Govern

ment, Punishments, Conduct in War and Domestic Life, etc., etc., sufficient to render it a Complete Indian System; with Observations on former Historians, etc. Also, an Appendix, containing a Description of the Floridas, etc. With a new Map of the Country. 4to, full polished mottled calf, gilt. Bound by W. Pratt. Clean, perfect copy; very rare. London, MDCCLXXV. "Adair was an English Trader who had certainly a most intimate knowledge of the Indians. The great object of his work appears to be to prove that the Aborigines of America are descended from the Jewish Race."

6 ADAMS, JOHN. A SELECTION OF PATRIOTIC ADDRESSES to the President of the United States. With the President's Answers. 8vo, sheep; fine copy.

Boston, 1798 7 ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY. Poems of Religion and Society. With Notices of his Life and Character. By John Davis and T. H. Benton. 8vo, cl. Auburn, 1850

8 ADAMS, J. T. The White Chief among the Red Men; or, Knight of the Golden Melice. 8vo, cl. New York, 1859

Middlebury, 1859

9 ADDISON Co., VT. Statistical and Historical Account of. By Samuel Swift. 8vo; fine copy; scarce. 10 "ADMIRARI NIL." The Trollopiad; or, Travelling Gentleman in America. A Satire. 8vo, cl.

New York, 1837

11 ESOP. THE FABLES OF. With a Life of the Author. with One Hundred and Eleven Engravings, from Original Designs by Herrick. 8vo; sheets folded; tinted paper.

New York, Hurd and Houghton, 1865 12 AFRICAN METH. EPIS. CHURCH. Minutes of the General and Annual Conferences for 1839-40. Sm. 8vo, 47 pages. Brooklyn, 1840 13 AGASSIZ, LOUIS. LAKE SUPERIOR: its Physical Character, Vegetation and Animals, compared with those of other and similar regions. With a Narrative of the Tour, by J. Elliott Cabot. And Contributions by other Scientific Gentlemen. Elegantly illustrated; large 8vo, cl. Boston, 1850

14 ALBACH, JAMES R. ANNALS OF THE WEST: embracing a concise account of principal events which have occurred in the Western States and Territories, from the Discovery of the Mississippi Valley to the year eighteen hundred and fifty. Compiled from the most authentic sources. Large 8vo, sheep.

St. Louis, 1852 Pittsburgh, 1856

15 ALBACH, JAMES R. ANNALS OF THE WEST. 16 ALBANY, N. Y. Random Recollections of, from 1800 to 1808. 8vo pamphlet, 57 pages; scarce; fine copy.

Albany, 1849

New York, 1854

17 ALBANY, N. Y. Address before Young Men's Association, Feb. 7, 1854. By Wm. Kent. 8vo pamphlet. 18 ALBANY. ANNALS OF THE MEDICAL SOCIETY of the County of, from 1806-1851, with Biographical Sketches of Deceased Members. By Sylvester D. Willard. 8vo, cl.

Albany, 1864

19 ALDRICH, THOMAS BAILEY. The Ballad of Babie Bell and other Poems. Third edition. 12mo, cl. New York, 1860 20 ALEXANDER, ARCHIBALD. Biographical Sketches of the Founder and. Principal Alumni of the Log College (Bucks Co., Pa.)

Together with an Account of the Revivals of Religion under their Ministry. 12mo, cloth. Philadelphia, [1851] 21 ALEXANDER, JOHN H., Memoir of. By William Pinkney. Read be fore the Maryland Historical Society, May 2, 1867. 8vo, 33 pages, uncut. Baltimore, 1867 22 ALLEN, COL. ETHAN. MEMOIR OF, containing the most interesting Incidents connected with his Private and Public Career. By Hugh Moore. 12mo, cloth. Plattsburgh, N. Y., 1834 23 ALLEN, COL. ETHAN. ALLEN'S CAPTIVITY, being a Narrative of, containing his Voyages, Travels, etc. Written by himself. With plate; 12mo, boards, frontispiece.

Boston, 1845 24 ALLEN, COL. ETHAN. A Narrative of the Captivity of. 8vo, boards; 4th edition, with notes. Burlington, 1846

25 ALLEN, COL. ETHAN. Narrative of Capture of Ticonderoga. Fifth edition; 8vo, uncut; fine copy.

Burlington, 1849

26 ALLEN, ETHAN. Who were the Early Settlers of Maryland? 8ro, pamphlet ; 18 pages.

27 ALLEN, WILLIAM. WUNNISSOO, or the vale of Hoosatunnuk: A Poem with Notes. Cloth, 12mo, Portrait of Dr. Allen.

Baltimore, 1866

Boston, 1856

28 ALLSTON, WASHINGTON. The Sylphs of the Season. With other Poems. 8vo, boards, uncut; scarce. Boston, 1813 29 AMES, FISHER. American Principles. A Review of Works of, compiled by a number of his friends. 8vo pamphlet; uncut, 56 pages; very scarce.

30 AMERICA. Travels through the Interior Parts of, Letters. By Thomas Anburey. New edition, in map and engravings; 8vo, sheep.

Boston, 1809 in a Series of two vols., with London, 1791

The author served under Gen. Burgoyne. This work gives the best account extant of the Campaign which ended at Saratoga, and the subsequent fortunes of the surrendered army. ·

31 AMERICA. AN HISTORICAL, GEOGRAPHICAL, COMMERCIAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL VIEW of the United States and of the European Settlements in America and the West Indies. By W. Winterbotham. In four vols., 8vo, boards, uncut; portraits; beautiful copy. Lordon, 1795 32 AMERICA, THE ANNALS OF, from the Discovery by Columbus in the year 1492, to the year 1826. By Abiel Holmes. Second edition. 2 vols. Full dark blue cr. lev. extra, gilt top, uncut. Bound by R. W. Smith. Cambridge, 1829

A magnificent copy. Every leaf having been examined with the utmost care, and all imperfections removed. Clean and spotless. 33 AMERICA. THE ANNALS OF. 8vo, bds., uncut; in fine condition. 34 AMERICA. TRAVELS IN. By George Fibbleton, Ex. Barber. New York, 1833

Cl. 12mo.

35 AMERICA. Ancient History and Discovery of, before the Time of Columbus. By John B. Newman. Svo pamphlet; 48 pages, uncut; very scarce. New York, 1848 36 AMERICA, its Realities and Resources; comprising important details connected with the present Social, [etc.] State of the Country, its Laws and Customs, together with a Review of the Policy of the United States that led to the War of 1812, and

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