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Peace of 1814, the "Right of Search," the Texas and Oregon questions, etc. By Francis Wyse. 3 vols., 8vo, cloth, uncut. London, 1846 37 AMERICA. Antiquities of. The First Inhabitants of Central America, and the Discovery of New England by the Northmen, Five Hundred Years before Columbus. By A. Davis. 8vo pamphlet, 32 pages; fine copy; scarce. Buffalo, 1849

"Thither came in times afar

Stern Lochlin's sons of roving war;

The Northmen trained to spoil and blood"

38 AMERICA. The History of Ancient America, anterior to the time of Columbus: proving the identity of the Aborigines with the Tyrians and Israelites; and the introduction of Christianity into the Western Hemisphere by the Apostle St. Thomas. By Geo. Jones. Third edition; royal 8vo, cloth; engraved title-page. Medallion of Count Joannes. London, etc., 1843 39 AMERICAN REVOLUTION, MEMOIRS OF THE, so far as it related to the States of North and South Carolina and Georgia. Compiled from the most authentic materials, the Author's personal knowledge of the various events, and including an epistolary correspondence on public affairs, with Civil and Military Officers of that period. By Wm. Moultrie. In two volumes, portrait; 8vo, sheep. New York, 1802 40 AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR. A MILITARY JOURNAL during the, from 1775 to 1783; Describing interesting events and Transactions of this period; with numerous Historical Facts and Anecdotes, from the original MSS. To which is added an Appendix, Containing Biographical Sketches of several General Officers. By James Thatcher. 8vo, sheep; second edition; fine copy, scarce. Boston, 1827 41 AMERICAN NAVY. A Compilation of Biographical Sketches of Distinguished Officers of the American Navy, with other interesting matter. By Benj. Folsom. 8vo, boards, frontispiece. Newburyport, 1814 42 AMERICAN SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION. Minutes of the Debate in the Legislature of Penn., on the Bill to Incorporate the American S. S. Union. 8vo, Pamphlet, 25 pages; curious and interesting. Phila., 1828

43 AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL and STATISTICAL SOCIETY BULLETIN. Vol. II. for 1856. 8vo, paper, uncut. New York, 1857 44 AMERICAN INSTITUTE of N. Y. Eighth Annual Report. Svo, cl., Portrait of James Tallmadge.

Albany, 1850

45 AMERICAN'S OFFERING. A Recitative Ode on Events of Revolutionary Times. Dedicated to the American People. By a Mechanic. In Five Cantos, with Historical Notes. 8vo.

Philadelphia, 1849 46 AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY, Phila. Transactions of the Historical and Literary Com. of. Containing an Account of the History, Manners and Customs of the Indian Nations who once inhabited Pennsylvania and the neighboring States. By John Heckwelder. 8vo, half mor. Phila., 1819 47 AMERICAN PIONEER. A MONTHLY PERIODICAL, devoted to the

objects of the Logan Historical Society: or to collecting and publishing sketches relative to the early settlement and successive improvement of the Country. In Two Volumes, half cr. lev. mor., gilt top, rough edges. Cincinnati, 1844 48 AMHERST, MASS. CHARITY INSTITUTION. I. Address delivered at the laying of the corner stone of. By Noah Webster. II. Sermon delivered on the same occasion. By Rev. Dan'l A. Clark. III. Brief account of the origin of the Institution. 8vo, orig. cov., 48 p., uncut; fine copy. Boston, 1820

49 AMHERST, N. H. Historical Sketch of, from the First Settlement to the present time. By John Farmer. 8vo; fine copy; very scarce. Amherst, 1816 50 ANACREON. Select Odes of, with Critical Annotations. To which are added Translations and Imitations of other Ancient Authors. By Rev. Hercules Younge. 8vo; sheets folded; frontis. London, 1802

51 ANDOVER, MASS. HISTORY OF, from its settlement (1634) to 1829. By Abiel Abbot. 8vo, cloth, uncut. Andover, 1829 52 ANDOVER, MASS. MEMORIAL OF the Semi-Centen. Celebration of the Founding of the Theological Seminary at. 8vo, cl.

Andover, 1859 53 ANDOVER THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY. Sermon delivered Sept. 22, 1818, at the Dedication of the New Edifice erected for the use of. By Ebenezer Porter. 8vo, orig. cov., 30 p. uncut; fine copy.

Andover, 1818 54 ANDRÉ, MAJOR. ORATION PRONOUNCED before the young men of Westchester County on the completion of a monument erected by them to the Captors of Major André at Tarrytown, Oct. 7, 1853. By Henry J. Raymond. 8vo pamphlet; rare.*

New York, 1853 55 ANDRÉ, MAJOR JOHN. Minutes of a Court of Inquiry upon the case of. With accompanying Documents, published in 1780 by Order of Congress. With an additional appendix, containing copies of the papers found upon Maj. André when arrested, and other documents relating to the subject. 4to, orig. cov., rubric titles. With portrait. 100 copies printed. Albany, Munsell, N. Y., 1865 56 ANDRÉ, MAJOR JOHN. VINDICATION OF THE CAPTORS OF. By Egbert Benson. 8vo, half polished cf., rough edges. Extra Illustrations. 200 copies printed. New York, Joseph Sabin, 1865 57 ANDRÉ, MAJ. JOHN. LIFE AND CAREER OF. By Winthrop Sargent. 8vo, cl. Portrait, map. Boston, 1861

58 ANDRÉ, MAJOR JOHN. The Life and Career of, AdjutantGeneral of the British Army in America. By Winthrop Sargent. LARGE PAPER. 75 copies printed. 8vo, cl., uncut.

Boston, 1861 59 ANDROS TRACTS. BEING A COLLECTION OF PAMPHLETS AND OFFICIAL PAPERS issued during the period between the overthrow of the Andros Government and the establishment of the second charter of Mass. Reprinted from the Original Editions and Manuscripts. By W. H. Whitmore. 2 vols., paper, uncut.


With Votes upon the grant of the second charter. 150 copies printed. Sm. p. Portrait.


61 ANNAPOLIS, ANNALS OF. Comprising Sundry Notices of that old City, from the period of the First Settlements in its vicinity in the year 1649, until the War of 1812; together with various incidents in the History of Maryland, derived from Early Records and Public Documents. With an Appendix, containing a number of Letters from Gen. Washington and other Disting uished Persons. By David Ridgely. 8vo, in sheets, folded. Baltimore, 1841 62 ANTHON, HENRY. "Parish Annals." A Sermon, giving Historical Notices of St. Mark's Church in the Bowery, New York (from A. D. 1795 to 1845), delivered May 4, 1845. 8vo pamphlet.

New York, 1845 63 ANTRIM, N. H. History of the Town of, for a Period of one Century, from 1744 to 1844. By John M. Whiton. 8vo, paper cov., 95 pages; fine copy; scarce. Concord, N. H., 1852 64 APES, WILLIAM. The Experience of, a Native of the Forest. Written by himself. Bds., 12mo. Second Ed. New York, 1831 65 APES, WILLIAM. Indian Nullification of the unconstitutional laws of Mass., relative to the Marshpee Tribe; or, the pretended riot explained. 12mo, cl. With plate.

Boston, 1835 66 APPLETON, SAMUEL. Memorial of. With Genealogical notices of some of his Descendants. By Isaac Appleton Jewett. Roy. Svo, cl.; engravings.

Boston, 1850 67 ARIZONA, Terr. Its Resources and Prospects. By R. C. McCormick. 8vo pamphlet. New York, 1865 68 ARKANSA, TERRITORY. A JOURNAL OF TRAVELS IN, during the year 1819, with occasional observations on the manners of the Aborigines. With a map and other engravings. By Thomas Nuttall, F.L.S. Svo, bds., uncut; very scarce; fine copy. Philadelphia, 1821 69 ASSOCIATION OF 1774. Printed by order of Gov. R. F. W. Allston. Svo pamphlet. Charleston, S. C., 1859 70 ATTLEBOROUGH, MASS. SKETCH OF THE HISTORY OF, from its settlement to the present time. By John Daggett. 8vo, paper cov., 136 p.; fine copy; very scarce. Dedham, 1834 71 ATWATER, CALEB. REMARKS made on a Tour to Prairie Du Chien, thence to Washington in 1829. 12mo, sheep.

Columbus, O., 1831 72 AUBURN, N. Y. The History of St. Peter's Church. Sermon, March 29th, 1868. Being the last occasion of worship in the old church. By Rev. John Barnard. Stiff covers; 80 pages, square 12mo.

73 AUDUBON, JOHN J. A Story of Meadville.

Auburn, 1868

Boston, 1846

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74 AUSTIN, IVERS J. An Address delivered before the Corps of Cadets at West Point, June, 1842. 8vo; fine copy; 18 pages. New York, 1842

75 AUTOGRAPHS for Freedom. Compiled for "The Rochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society." 8vo, cl.

Boston, 1853

76 AYRES, J. A. LEGENDS OF MONTAUK, with an Historical Appendix. Cl., 8vo; scarce. New York, 1849


77 Miscellaneous. [Thirteen.]

Africa, Southern. Narrative of Travels in the Interior. By J.

Andy's Trip to the West, with Life of its Hero.
V. Nasby.

Abbey, Henry L. Ralph and other Poems.
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Austin, L. A. Memorial of Mary W. Wicker.
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London, 1802 By Petroleum

New York, 1866 B. Sprague. Albany, 1868 Ticond., Aug.

London, 1848

Aladdin. Letters on Monetary Science.
Alexander, A. Discourse occasioned by Burning of Theatre in

Addicks, Barbara, O. S., Mrs. Essay on Education.

Phila., 1812

New York, 1837

Atticus. Few Considerations, in Relation to the Choice of

Arbuckle, James. The Sabbatical Institute: an Oration, Oct.
28, 1828.
New York, 1828
Account of the very Important Debate in the House of Com-
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dence. 2d Edition.
London, 1782
Authentic Copies of the Provisional and Preliminary Articles
of Peace between Great Britain and the United States of
Account of, and Directions for using Coal Tar and Varnish.

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London, 1783

New York, 1788

Evil of Professors of
Boston, 1791
Sermon on Death of
Providence, 1798
New Haven, 1798
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Andrews, John. Sermon at the Interment


Abercrombie, James. Two Sermons (National Fast).

Philadelphia, 1812

Allen, Stephen. Observations on Penitentiary Discipline add.

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Aladdin's Lamp.

Alleghany County, Address to the Citizens of.

New York, 1827

New York, 1833

By E. Pentland.

Pittsburgh, 1836

Abridgment of the Evidence on Bribery and Corruption in Par


London, 1837

Ayrault, Charles. Habits of Mind or Character. A Lecture.
Geneva, 1839

Alien List returned to Court Martial in 1839.
Address, Pastoral, to Young Women, by Rector of St. Timothy's
Philadelphia, 1843

Baltimore, 1844

Part I., No. I.
Ann Arbor, 1847

London, 1850

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Abbott, The Messrs. New Seminary for Young Ladies at No.
45 La Fayette Place.
Ackermann's Patent Movable Axles. Obs. on. London, 1819
Address to the People of Ohio on the Subject of the next Presi
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Address to the Republicans and People of New York, Penn.

and Virginia upon the state of Presidential Parties.

New York, 1824

Advice to a certain Lord High Chancellor, etc., in which all the
rules of modern practice are laid down.
Dublin, 1792

Arkansas, Supreme Court of, Jan., 1859. No. 181.

Auburn Prison, N. Y. Letter from E. King and T. J. Whar-

ton, with a Communication from the Agent of.

Harrisburg, 1829

Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, Disc. before. By
T. Baldwin.

80 Miscellaneous. [Thirteen.]

Boston, 1807

Alton Outrage. Discourse on, at Peacham, Vt., Dec. 17, 1837.
By L. Worcester.
Concord, N. H., 1838

Australian. Adventures of Three Travellers in search of the

marvellous, giving an account of the discovery, capture and

semi-civilization of the wild Australian children.

New York, 1864

An account of the Great Whig Festival held in the City of Bal-
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Algiers, a short account of, and its several wars against Spain,
etc. Added, a copious Appendix.

Phila., 1794

Acadie. Proofs considered of the Early Settlement of, by the
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