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101 MOORE, GEORGE H. The Treason of Charles Lee, Major-General,

Second in Command of the American Army of the Revolution.
Portraits and fac-similes. 8vo, cloth, uncut, New York, 1860

Presentation Copy : Author's autograph. 102 MOORE, GEORGE H. Notes on the History of Slavery in Massachusetts. 8vo, uncut,

New York, 1866 103 MORSE, J. The American Gazetteer ; exhibiting in alphabetical

order, a much more full account than has been given, of the States, cities, etc., harbors, sounds, etc., mountains, discoveries, etc., on the American Continent, etc. ; 2d edition ; comprising upwards of 7,000 articles ; illustrated with 7 new maps. 8vo, half calf,

Boston and London, 1798 104 MORSE’s North American Atlas, containing beautifully colored maps. 4to, half roan,

New York 105 MULFORD, E. The Nation : the foundations of Civil Order and political life in the United States. 8vo,

, New York, 1870 106 MURRAY, Hon. C. A. Travels in North America, etc. ; and a Visit

to Cuba, etc. 3d edition. 2 vols in l. 8vo, London, 1854 107 New Gospel of Peace according to St. Benjamin. 12mo, with

Illustrative Notes by the author of this well known satire, which appeared in 1863, '64, and '66,

New York, 1866 “We confess to having read this squib with as thorough an enjoyment of its racy, pungent hnmor as though it had dealt with our own affairs, and every name and detail were familiar to us. It is a piece of political sport such as Swift might have written had Swift been a Puritan.' -Lomdon Athenæum.

The history of the war is related with infinite humor; but, of course, from a very Republican point of view.”London Spectator. is full of shrewd satire, mixed with humor.

atrocious as it is, it will take rank with the most salient productions of American

humor.”—G. W. SALA,—London Telegraph. 108 New York, Laws of the State of, regulating Ferries and the Rates

of Ferriage between the City of New York and the Island of Nassau (Long Island), passed April 9, 1813; and Proceedings of the Common Council of the City of New York, in relation to the Old or Fulton Ferry from New York to Brooklyn ; Oct.

5th, 1812. 8vo, pamphlet form, uncut. 109 New York as it is in 1833 and Citizens' Advertising Directory,

containing a general description of the city and environs, &c., &c., with a correct map of the city, edited by Edwin Williams.

New York, 1833 110*New York in Slices. By an experienced carver. Illustrations. 8vo, half calf, marble edges,

New York, 1849 These curious and lively pictures of New York life appeared originally in “ The Tribune,” and were written by G. G. Foster.

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24mo roan,

111 New York, Manual of the Corporation of the City of, for 1854.

Maps and Illustrations, red roan. 112 NICHOLAS, Dr. Thomas. Forty years of American Life. 2 vols. 8vo, uncut,

London, 1864 113 North American Boundary. Correspondence relating to the boun.

dary between the British possessions in North America and the United States of America, under the treaty of 1783. Part II. 4to, uncut,

London, 1840 Official edition. Two important maps used in determining the boundary. 114*Notions of the Americans, picked up by a Traveling Bachelor,

by J. Fenimore Cooper. 2 vols. 8vo, boards, London, 18:28 115 OLDEN, Rev. T. A collection of American Epitaphs and Inscrip

tions, with occasional Notes. 4 vols. 8vo. Portrait and frontispiece, half morocco, gilt,

New York, 1814 116 OLMSTED, J. L. Journeys and Explorations in the Cotton King. dom, etc. 2 vols. Evo, map,

London, 1861 117 PALFREY, JOHN GORHAM. History of New England during the

Stuart Dynasty. 3 vols. 8vo, uncut, maps, Flag of New England inserted,

Boston, 1859 118 PATTON, J. H. The History of the United States of America. 8vo, Portraits,

New York, 1860 119 PERKINS, SAMUEL. Historical Sketches of the United States, from

the Peace of 1815 to 1830. 8vo, boards, uncut, New York, 1830 120 Phønix ; containing Eulogies on Washington. By Ames, Lee, Minot, etc. 8vo, half old morocco,

1800 121 PLAYFAIR, ROBERT. Recollections of a Visit to the United States, and British Provinces, N. A., in the years 1847-'49. 12mo,

London, 1856 122 POWER, TYRONE. Impressions of America during the years 1833– '5. 2 vols. half red mor., gilt, plates,

Lond., 1836 123 PRINCE, THOMAS. Chronological History of New England in the form of Annals, etc., etc., 12mo, colf,

Boston, 1736

Scarce. 124 Rebel Brag and British Bluster. By Owls-Glass. 8vo,

New York, 1865 125 SABINE, LORENZO Biographical Sketches of Loyalists of the Am. erican Revolution, with an Historical Essay. 2 vols. 8vo, uncut,

Boston, 1864 126 SALA, GEORGE AUGUSTUS. My Diary in America in the Midst of War. 2 vols. 8vo,

London, 1865 127*SCHOOLCRAFT, HENRY R. Hiawatha Legends. 12mo, uncut,

Philadelphia, 1856 128 SHIRREFF, PATRICK. A Tour through North America, together with

a Comprehensive View of the United States and the Canadas. 8vo, half calf,

London, 1835 129 SKINNER, J. E. H. After the Storm ; or, Jonathan and his Neighbors in 1865–6, 2 vols. 8vo,

London, 1866 Presentation copy. Autograph of author. 130 SMITH, GOLDWIN. The Civil War in America. 12mo,

London, 1866 131 SMITH, CAPT. JOHN. Advertisements for the Unexperienced Plant

ers of New England, or anywhere; or the Pathway to erect a plantation, with a fac-simile of Smith's map of New England, with additions and corrections as published in 1635. 4to.

Boston, 1865 132 SMITH, CAPT. JOHN. A Description of New England ; or, Observ

ations and Discoveries in the North of America, in the year of our Lord 1614, with the success of six ships that went the next year, 1615, with a fac-simile of the Original Map. 4to. Reprint from second edition of 1616.

Boston, 1865 133 SNOWDEN, RICHARD. The American Revolution, written in Ancient

Scriptural or Historical style. 12mo, half crim. cr. Levant mor gilt tops,

Clinton, Ohio, 1815 Rare and curious. A solemn performance. 134 Speeches in Congress on the Amendment of the Constitution. 16mo, half old calf,

1826 135*SQUIER, E. G. Nicaragua 2 vols. 8vo,

New York, 1852 136*St. Ann's Church, (Brooklyn, New York, from 1784 to 1845 12mo, frontis.,

Brooklyn, 1845 137 Steele Family. A Genealogical History of John and George

Steele, and their Descendants, by Daniel Steele Durrie. Enlarged edition. 4to, large paper,

Albany, 1862 138 STEPHENS, J. L. Incidents of Travel in Yucatan. Illustrated by

120 engravings. 2 vols., 8vo, half calf, New York, 1848 139 STEPHENS, J. L. Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chiapas,

and Yucatan. 2 vols. 8vo, half calf, New York, 1848 140*STIRLING, JAMES. Letters from the Slave States. 12m),

London, 1857 141 STUART, JAMES. Three Years in North America. 2 vols. 8vo, uncut ; maps,

Edinburgh, 1833 142 STUART, JAMES. Three Years in North America. From Second London Edition. 2 vols. 8vo,

New York, 1833

143 SULLIVAN, Hon. WILLIAM. Familiar Letters on Public Characters and Public Events. 12mo, half calf,

Boston, 1834


144 THORBURN, GRANT. Fifty Years Reminiscences of New York, or Flowers from the Garden of Laurie Todd. 16mo; Port.,

New York, N. D.
Autograph Letter of Thorburn inserted.
145 TOCQUEVILLE, ALEXIS DE. Democracy in America. Translated by

Henry Reeves, Esq, Edited with Notes, the Translation re-
vised and in great part re-written, and the Additions made to
the recent Paris Éditions now first translated, by Francis

Bowen. 2 vols. royal 8vo, cloth, uncut, Cambridge, 1864 146 TROLLOPE, MRS. Domestic Manners of the Americans. 3d edition

2 vols. Svo, illustrated with Lithographs, uncut, London, 1832

A picture equally faithful and amusing of society in the Western and
Southwestern States forty years ago. The style pure and charming.

The reprint omits several of the illustrations.
147 TROLLOPE, ANTHONY, North America. 2 vols. 8vo, London, 1862
148 TRUMBULL, BENJAMIN. A complete History of Connecticut. 2
vols. 8vo, calf Portrait,

New Haven, 1818 149 TUCKERMAN, HENRY T. America and her Commentators, with a

critical Sketch of Travel in the United States. 8vo, N. Y., 1864 150 WALSH, ROBERT. An Appeal from the Judgments of Great Bri

tain respecting the United States of America, etc., etc. Second
edition, 8vo, calf,

Philadelphia, 1819 151 WASHINGTON, GEORGE, The Diary of, from 1789 to 1791. Edited by B. J. Lossing. 12mo, Portrait,

New York, 1860 152*Washingtoniana. Privately reprinted. Svo, half calf, gilt tops.

New York, 1865
Only 100 copies printed.
153 WINTHROP, JOHN. History of New England from 1630 to 1649,

from his Original Manuscripts, with Notes by James Savage.
New edition, with additions and corrections by the former
editor. Portrait, 2 vols. 8vo, boards, uncut,

Bost., 1853 154 Wortley, Lady Emmeline Stuart. Travels in the United States,

etc., during 1849 and 1850. 3 vols. 8vo, London, 1851




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BOUT, EDMOND. Le Progrés. 8vo, uncut.

Paris, 1864

156 ADAMS, ALEXANDER. Roman Antiquities; or, An Account of the

Manners and Customs of the Romans, with numerous notes and improved indices. By James Boyd, LL.D. Illustrated with upwards of 100 engravings on wood and steel. 12mo, half blue calf gilt, red edges. By Matthews,

Glasgow, 1837 Uniform with Potter's Grecian Antiquities. 157 Advis Fidel aux veritables Hollandois, touchant ce qui s'est passé

dans les Villages de Bodergrave and Swammerdam, and les cruautiés inouies, que les Francois y ont exercées, avec un memorie de la derniere marche de l'Armée du Roy de France en Brabant et en Flandre. 4to, half calf. Beautiful plates by Romain de Hooge.

1673 Scarce. Curious and interesting. 158 Agincourt, Battle of, History of the, and of the Expedition of

Henry V. in France in 1415, eto. By Sir Harris Niccholas. 3d edition. 8vo, half calf, gilt,

London, 1833 159 ATKIN, Lucy. Memoirs of the Court of King James the First.

Second edition, portraits. 2 vols. tree calf, niat, Lond., 1822 160 “All the Talents”: A Politico-Satirical Poem in three dialogues, with “The Tower,” “St. Stephen's Chapel,” and “ Probation

“ ary Odes for the Laureatship.” All satirical. 8vo, half calf,

London, 1785, 1807-'10 161 ALLEN, THOMAS. The History and Antiquities of London, West

minster, Southwark, and parts adjacent, with beautiful engravings. 8vo, calf, neat,

London, 1827-'8 162 Almanach de Gotha Pour l'Année 1836. 18mo, portraits,

Gotha, 1836

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