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Abel (H. I.). Traveller's and Emigrant's Guide to Wisconsin and Iowa. n.p., 1838. Folded into 16mo. Orig. cl.

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-The same, cl. O'Brien, A., Mar. 27, '22. (1) $35.00. Acrostic, On the Crucifixion of Our Savior and the Two Thieves. Stamford, N. Y., D. Lawrence, [1804]. Fol.

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Minns, G., May 2, '22. (85) $5.00. Altzenbach (Gerhard). Ein Trapp der vornembsten Ständt der Welt vom Höchsten bisz zum Niedrigsten. Engraving of the Dance of Death. II by 15 in. Text in 5 columns. Backed, lower margin and fold reinforced. Matted. Cöln, 17th century. Minns, G., May 2, '22. (83) $7.00.

American Revolution. Printed letter, 3 pp., fol., Phila., Feb. 14, 1795, bearing names of Gen. Washington and members of Congress, containing a description of a monument proposed to be erected to the American Revolution. Addressed to Thomas Willing. Written autograph signatures of Edmund Randolph, Wm. Bradford, and others. H., Apr. 6. '22. (110) $135.00. André (John). Ballads headed: "Major André: Written while he was a Prisoner in the American Camp." [Two Poems: "Ah! Delia, see the Fatal Hour," and "The Rose."] 2 columns, with woodcut vignette. Bost., N. Coverly, Jr., [1780]. Fol.

Coutant, A., Feb. 20, '22. (76) $16.00. Bank of the United States. A Table for Receiving and Paying the Gold Coins of France, Spain and the Dominions of Spain of their Present Standard. Mounted; another broadside mounted on verso; ink-stained. Bost., Thomas and Andrews, [1793]. Fol. B., Aug. 24, '22. (230) $5.25.

Barber (E. D.). Extra-Judicial Oaths, Mr. Barber from the Committee of Vermont Legislature, made the following report. Daily Advertiser's Office, Jan. 17, 1833. Double fol.

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Battle of the Boyne. Journal of the paign of His Majesty in Ireland. Limerick and another of the Battle. 1690. Fol.

Three Months Royal CamWoodcut of the Siege of Folded, bnd. in bds. Lond., Appleton, A., Mar. 6, '22. (518) $6.50.

Battle of Lake Erie. Perry's Victory. II verses, 8 lines each. I page. Bost., L. Deming, [1813]. Sm. 4to.


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Battle of New Orleans. Hunters of Kentucky or the Battle of New-Orleans. H., Jan. 27, '22. (21) $17.00. Battle of the Nile. Official Account of a Glorious Victory. Baltimore, November 20. By the Schooner America. [Salem, Mass.], 1798? 4to. B., Aug. 24, '22. (29) $10.10. Battle of Trenton. Providence, January 5, 1777. Fresh Advices from the Westward, Extracted from a New-London Paper of Friday last, New-London, Jan. 3, 1777. Yesterday, about I o'clock, the flag of truce, etc. Mounted. Providence, J. Carter, [1777]. 7 in. x 9 in. G., Dec. 6, '21. (50) $60.00. Bechstein (Ludwig). Trumpf aus! gedichtet von Ludwig Bechstein; erfunden und radirt von Franz von Pocci. Engraving surrounded by 7 9-line stanzas. Hinged to blank leaf and bnd. in old bds., trimmed to marginal rules. n.p., 1838. Sm. 4to.

Bold Lads of Canada.

Minns, G., May 2, '22. (39) $5.00. Poem, 16 verses of 5 lines each. I page.. Peters, A., Dec. 8, '21. (129) $7.50.

Bost., [1813]. Sm. 4to.

Boston. By His Excellency Thomas Pownall, Governor. A Brief.
It having pleased Almighty God to permit a Fire to break out in
the Town of Boston.
Given at the Council-Chamber in

Bost., March 24. 1760. Bost., J. Draper, 1760. Fol.

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-Massachusetts, 1799. Act to empower the town of Boston to choose a Board of Health. Unc. Russell & Cutler, [1799]. Fol. B., Aug. 24, '22. (34) $5.00. Brown University. Catalogus Eorum qui in Collegio Rhod. Ins. et Prov. Plant. 1769, 1789. Providentiæ, Typis Bennett Wheeler, [1789]. Fol. G., Dec. 6, '21. (110) $5.00. California. Commandments to California Wives. By Forty-Nine. Printed on blue note-paper, surrounded by pictorial border, framed. San Fran., 1855. 4to. A., Nov. 28, '21. (105) $67.50. -The Miner's Ten Commandments. By a Forty-Niner. [J. Hutchings.] Border of humorous illustrations. Placerville, 1853. 4to. B., Jan. 28, '22. (44) $26.00.

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-The Miner's Ten Commandments. By a Forty-Niner. Framed.
San Fran., 1854. 4to.
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-A Public Ball Will be given in honor of the Arrival of the First
Overland Mail from California,

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Oct. 14, 1858. Signed by 22 names. Printed on folding sheet of note-paper, with cut of the Overland Mail Coach at top. Fort Smith, 1858. 12mo.

Camillus (pseud). Dec. 13, 1776. To the Public. Considerations on the Present Revolted State of America. . . . M'Donald & Cameron in Water St., bet. the Coffee House and the Old Slip. 1734 in. x 131⁄2 in. Humphries, H., May 4, '22. (136) $18.00. Cantique sur une Religieuse damnée. 2 woodcuts at head, 334 by 3% in. each, 2 columns of verse below. Tipped to cardboard. [Lyons, 17th Century?] Sm. fol.

Charleston Mercury Extra.

Minns, G., May 2, '22. (84) $5.00. Passed unanimously at 1:15 o'clock, P. M., Dec. 20, 1860. An Ordinance to dissolve the Union between the State of South Carolina and other States united with her. Mounted. [Charleston, 1860.] 12 in. x 2234 in.

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Confederate. Address to the People of the Free State. By the
President of the Southern Confederacy, Richmond, Jan. 5th, 1863.
[Denouncing enlistment of Negroes in Union Army.] Fol.
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-Epitaph. Here Lies the Mutilated and Disjointed Remains of the Noblest Form of Government . . . [Charleston, S. C., 1860.] Long narrow fol., backed. A., Nov. 1, '21. (219) $6.50. Congress. Schedule of Requisitions on the several States by Congress assembled; 10th Sept. 1782-30th Oct. 1781 and 27th and 28th April, 1784, 27th Sept. 1785-and 2d Aug., 1786. N. Y., about 1785-87. Obl. 4to. Benedict, G., Feb. 27, 22. (63) $12.50. Connecticut. At a General Assembly of the Governor and Company of his Majesty's Colony, holden at New-Haven, on the second Thursday of Oct., 1758. [Relative to the complaint made against soldiers who refuse to join troops.] [New Haven, James Parker and Company, 1758.] Sm. 4to.

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-[Hartford Convention.] Sir: a large number of respectable characters from all parts of the Commonwealth have become impressed with a persuasion, that the most alarming have been made


to effect a change in the administration of this Commonwealth. [Maine Printing, 181-]. Obl. 4to.

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Connecticut Claims. Connecticut Claim, Part I. Jurisdiction and State Rights of Soil. W. Hamilton. Fol.

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-Connecticut Claims Association. The Subscribers, proprietors of lands in the State of Pennsylvania have agreed to form themselves into an association on the following Terms and Principles, June 7, 1796. Signed by J. Thomas and J. M. Taylor. In German and English. Fol. H., July 18, '22. (22) $20.00.

Constitution. We the People of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union, do ordain and establish this Consti

tution. 4 pp. Phila., Dunlop-Claypoole. [1787]. Fol.


-Whereas the Legislature of Connecticut and Massachusetts have proposed the following amendments to the Constitution of the United States: [Text, containing 7 Resolves. Signed] Jacob Holgate, John Todd. [Phila., 1815.] 934 in. x 71⁄2 in.

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Declaration of Independence. In Congress, July 4, 1776. Declaration, By the Representatives of the United States of America, In General Congress Assembled. [2 columns.] Backed with gauze, 3 or 4 letters damaged. [Bost., Gill, and Powers and G., Dec. 6, '21. (45) $300.00.

Willis, 1776.] Fol.

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Delaware. By His Excellency Cæsar Rodney, prohibiting the exportation of provisions from the State. Dover, May 3, 1779. Wilmington, J. Adams. Fol.

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-By His Excellency Cæsar Rodney, Esq. Proclamation, appointing a Day for Thanksgiving, Dover, Dec. 7, 1778. Wilmington, J. Adams. Fol. H., Jan. 27, '22. (26) $7.00. Another copy. H., Apr. 6, '22. (112) $11.00.

Dickens (Charles). Great International Walking Match of February 29, 1868. Articles of agreement between George Dolby, alias "The Man of Ross," and James R. Osgood, alias "The Boston Bantam," with "The Sporting Narrative" of the match written by Charles Dickens. Signed by Dolby, Osgood, Charles Dickens and James T. Field, with signature of A. V. S. Anthony as witness. With gilt border, in gilt frame, glazed. Slight stain on lower margin. Bost., 1868. 1934 in. x 171⁄2 in.

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-Mr. Nightingale's Diary. Tavistock House. Play Bills of Performances June 18, 1855 and Jan. 6, 1857. 2 pieces, fol.

Dickens (Charles).—Continued.

-Playbill. Benefit of The Treasurer. Thursday June 27 [1839] will be presented, first time in Pittsburgh, Oliver Twist, or, the Parish Boy's Progress. [Pittsburgh, 1839.] Fol.

G., May. 17, '22. (188) $5.00. -Play Bill. St. James' Theatre. Nov. 5, 1836. Artaxerxes, after which, an entirely new Burletta (written by Boz) called The Strange Gentleman. Folio, folded 4to size, in cl. portfolio. companying is a copy of the Burletta (reprint).


Patterson, A., May 15, '22. (300) $6.00. -Theatre Royal, Haymarket. Play Bill of the Amateur Performance in Aid of the Fund for the Endowment of a Perpetual Curatorship of Shakespeare's House. May 17, 1848. Ben Jonson's Comedy of "Every Man in his Humour," and Kenney's Farce of "Love, Law, and Physic,” Dickens acting in both. 4to. Jupp, A., Feb. 1, '22. (186) $57.50. Ellwood (Thomas). Deceit Discovered and Malice Manifested in Key's late Paper from Reading the third of the fourth Month, 1693. Hunger-Hill, 4th of 6th Month, 1693. One page. Backed. Fol. Norton, A., Feb. 28, '22. (534) $6.00.

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Enlistment Oath. April 2, 1776. Printed oath taken by Thomas Shanks to serve until Jan. 1, 1778, in the troops ordered to be raised by the Assembly of Penna. 4to.

H., May 18, '22. (49) $15.00. -May 31, 1782. Oath of enlistment of Richard Allison as a private in the service of the United States in the Pennsylvania line during the present war. Fol. H., May 18, '22. (50) $7.00. Fairbanks (Jason). Biography of Mr. Jason Fairbanks and Miss Eliza Fales. Containing a sketch of their Character, and relating every incident Written by a gentleman, residing near Dedham. 5 columns, with woodcut of the execution of Fairbanks. Unc., n.p. [1801.] 231⁄2 in. x 191⁄2 in.

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Gordon (Thomas). Legal opinions of Wm. Bradford, Jared Ingersoll and James Wilson, on the subject of the power of the Council of Penna. to direct the Attorney-General to take such action as will test the validity of the attainder of Thos. Gordon. Nov.

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