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EARLY AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS. 278. — The Sun, New York, Tuesday, May 24, 1836, containing an account of a case in which figured Mr. Matthias Hanlon, of 50 Ridge St., and Miss Caroline Hays, of 226 Stanton St. The “Aggravated Case" occupies nearly one column. (The same issue of “The Sun” also contains an account of a recent battle with the Indians in Florida, and “Great and Decisive News from Texas," describing the defeat and capture of Gen. Santa Anna and the preliminary steps to the acknowledgment by Mexico of the “Independence of Texas.") Folio.

279. UNITED STATES GAZETTE (THE). May 29; June 9 to 23, 30; July 3, 10, 21 (with "Extra”), 28; Sept. 1 to 22; Oct. 16, 27, 1813. Small folio, sewed. Phil. 1813

IMPORTANT HISTORICAL ITEM, NEARLY EVERY NUMBER CONTAINING INTERESTING MATTER RELATING TO THE WAR OF 1812.

The issue of June 9, 1813, describes the fight between Capt. Lawrence's “Chesapeake” and the British frigate “Shannon,' “The Capture of Fort George,” and “The Surrender of “Sackett's Harbour.” The “Gazette” of June 16 gives the official account of our capture of Fort George. Other important issues are June 19 (England's use of the Indians in the War, and official accounts of the surrender of Sackett's Harbour and the destruction of the British ship “Java” by Bain. bridge's “Constitution "); June 23 ("* Events of the War on our Western frontier "); June 30 (list of killed and wounded on board the U. S. frigate “ Chesapeake” in the action with the “Shannon'); July 21 and Sept. 15 (Indian uprisings in the

South); etc. 280. UNITED STATES TELEGRAPH. Vol. 2, Nov. 29, 1827, to Jan. 1, 1828 (Nos. 181 to 195, lacking 1 No.; Dec. 4, 1827, in duplicate); Vol. 3, Jan. 3, 1828, to Dec. 30, 1828 (Nos. 2 to 151, lacking 2 Nos.); Vol. 4, Jan. 3, 1829, to Dec. 31, 1829 (Nos. 1 to 119, lacking 20 Nos.); Vol. 5, Jan. 1, 1830, to Dec. 30, 1830 (Nos. 1 to 124, lacking 24 Nos.); Vol. 6, Jan. 2, 1831, to Dec. 31, 1831 (Nos. 2 to 126, lacking 18 Nos.); Vol. 7, Feb. 7, 1832, to Dec. 29, 1832 (Nos. 7 to 138, lacking 82 Nos.); Vol. 8, Jan. 3, 1833, to Dec. 5, 1833 (Nos. 2 to 103, lacking 13 Nos.); Vol. 9, Dec. 7, 1833, to Nov. 29, 1834 (Nos. 3 to 284, lacking 20 Nos.); Vol. 10, Dec. 2, 1834, to Nov. 7, 1835 (Nos. 2 to 81, old series, lacking 10 Nos ; and Nos. 40 to 111, new series, lacking 7 Nos.). Bound in in vols. Large folio, boards, sheep back (binding of one vol. broken).

Wash. 1827-1835 Long and important series of this prominent Washington journal, edited by Gen. Duff Green. For a long period tbe

· United States Telegraph” had the most extensive circulation of any political newspaper in this country. Many of the most interesting issues included in these volumes describe Jackson's first Presidential campaign, his first Administration, bis treatment of the Civil Service, his two Cabinets, the notorious Mrs. Eaton episode, etc., and are invaluable to students of American political history.

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EARLY AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS. 281. WASHINGTON. Kendall's Expositor for 1841, containing an Epitome of the Proceedings of Congress at the Memorable Extra Session; also, Dissertations upon Currency, Exchanges, the Tariff, and other Topics, with a Summary of Current News. Vol. I. (all published), in the original 26 Nos., uncut and unopened. 8vo.

Wash., D. C., Feb. 3-Dec. 16, 1841 Fine copy (with the Index) of this very scarce political journal, edited and published by Amos Kendall; President Jackson's Postmaster-General. Kendall was prominent in shaping Jackson's Anti-Bank Policy, and many of the latter's ablest State Papers are attributed to bim.

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282. EARLY AMERICAN NOVELS. The Cavern of Strozzi: a Novel. 12mo, sewed. Printed for Booksellers, 1812

Very scarce.

283. EARLY NEW LONDON IMPRINT. The Prey taken from the Strong; or, An Historical Account of the Recovery of One from the Dangerous Errors of Quakerism. By Peter Pratt. Crown 8vo, unbound (writing on half title and last 9 leaves missing).

New London, 1725 284. EATON (GEN. WILLIAM). The Life of the late Gen. William Eaton, several years an Officer in the United States Army. Principally collected from his Correspondence, and other Manuscripts. [By Charles Prentiss. ] FIRST EDN. With oval medallion portrait by Hamlin-usually missing. 8vo, half russet crushed levant morocco, gilt, BOUND BY BRADSTREET.

Brookfield, 1813 The author-a Graduate of Harvard-was the part owner and editor of several newspapers, including “ The Washington Federalist, The Political Focus,” “ The Thistle, "and others, some of which had only a very short life. His Life of Eaton “had considerable notoriety, but which is now (1850] rarely

to be found in booksellers' shops." 285. EDUCATION. The Teachers' Advocate: a Weekly Paper, Established by the N. Y. Teachers' Association. Edited by Edward Cooper. Vol. I. (all published), in the original 51 Weekly Nos., and Index. 8vo, half roan. Syracuse, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1845-Aug. 26, 1846.

Couplete file of one of the earliest American educational journals. Invaluable to anyone interested in the history of

education in the State of New York, 286. EDWIN (EDWIN). A Contribution to a Catalogue of the Engraved Works of David Edwin. (Reprinted from the Penn. Mag. of Hist. and Biog.) 8vo, paper (with additions in pencil).

1894

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287. ELECTION SERMONS. Discourse before Thomas Pownall, Esq., Lieut.-Gov., Council and House of Representatives, Massachusetts Bay, May, 1760. Election Day for his Majesty's Council. By Samuel Dunbar. Post 8vo, unbound.

Bost. 1760 288. A Sermon Preached before Sir Francis Bernard, Thomas Hutchinson, etc.; May 31, 1769, the Anniversary of the Election of H. M. Council for the Province of Massachusetts Bay. By Jason Haven. 8vo, unbound, pp. 55.

Bost. 1769 289. A Sermon Preached in the Audience of Thomas Hutchinson, etc.; May 30, 1770, the Anniversary for the Election of H. M. Council for the Province of Massachusetts Bay. By Samuel Cooke. 8vo, unbound, pp. 47.

Bost. 1770 290. A Sermon before Thomas Hutchinson, Governor of the Council and House of Representatives, Massachusetts-Bay, May 26, 1771. (Anniversary of the Election of the Council.) By John Tucker. Post 8vo, unbound.

Bost. 1771 291. A Sermon Preached before the Honorable Council and House of Representatives of Massachusetts-Bay, at Boston, May, 1779. By Sam’l Stillman. Post 8vo, unbound.

Bost. 1779 292. A Sermon before his Honor, Thomas Cushing, Esq., Lieut. Governor, Massachusetts-Bay, May, 1783, Anniversary of General Election. By Henry Cumings.

Bost. 1783 293. — A Sermon Preached before Thomas Cushing, etc., of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 25, 1785, being the Anniversary of General Election. By William Symmes. 8vo, unbound, pp. 28.

Bost. 1785 294. - A Sermon Preached before James Bowdoin, Thomas Cushing, etc., of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 31, 1786, being the Day of General Election By Samuel West. 8vo, unbound, pp. 32.

Bost. 1786 295. — A Sermon Preached by Joseph Lyman before James Bowdoin, Thomas Cushing, etc., of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 30, 1787, the Day of General Election. 8vo, unbound, pp. 61.

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296. A Sermon Preached by David Parsons, before John Ilancock, etc., of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 28, 1788, being the Day of General Election. 8vo, unbound, pp. 46.

Bost. 1788

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ELECTION SERMONS. 297. - A Sermon by Daniel Foster, preached before John Hancock, Samuel Adams, etc., of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 26th, 1790, being the day of General Election. 8vo, unbound, pp. 35.

Bost. 1790 298. — Another copy (half-title torn). Bost. 1790

299. A Sermon by Chandler Robbins, preached before John Hancock, Samuel Adams, etc., of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 25th, 1791, being the day of General Election. 8vo, unbound, pp. 51 (last page damaged, and stained)

Bost. 1791 300. Another copy of the same.

301. A Sermon by David Tappan, preached before John Hancock, Samuel Adams, etc., of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 30th, 1792, being the day of General Election. 8vo, unbound, pp. 39.

Bost. 1792 302. A Sermon by Samuel Parker, preached before His Honor the Lieu.-Gov. the Hon. the Council, of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 29th, 1793, being the day of General Election. 8vo, unbound, pp. 42.

Bost. 1793 303. A Sermon by Peres Fobes, preached before Samuel Adams, etc., of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 27th, 1795, being the day of General Election. 8vo, unbound, pp. 42.

Bost. 1795 304. - A Sermon by Nathanael Emmons, preached before Increase Sumner, Moses Gill, etc., of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 30th, 1798, being the day of General Election. 8vo, unbound, pp. 31. Bost. 1798

305. - A Sermon by Paul Coffin, preached before Moses Gill, etc., of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 29th, 1799, being the day of General Election. Svo, unbound, pp. 31.

Bost. 1799 306. A Sermon by Joseph McKeen, preached before the Hon, the Council of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 28th, 1800, being the day of General Election. Svo, unbound, pp. 30.

Bost. 1800 307. - A Sermon by Aaron Bancroft, preached before Caleb Strong, etc., of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 27th, 1801, the day of General Election. 8vo, unbound,

Bost. 1801 A Sermon by Thomas Baldwin, delivered before Caleb Strong, etc., of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 26th, 1802, being the day of General Election. 8vo, unbound, pp. 36.

Bost. 1802

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ELECTION SERMONS.

A Sermon by Reuben Puffer, delivered before Caleb Strong, etc., of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 25th, 1803, being the day of General Election. Svo, unbound, pp. 32.

Bost. 1803 - A Sermon by John Allyn, preached before Caleb Strong, etc., of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 29th, 1805, on the Anniversary Election. 8vo, unbound, pp. 37.

Bost. 1805 311. A Sermon by Edward Hitchcock, delivered before John Reed and the Legislature of Massachusetts, at the Annual Election, Jan. 2nd, 1850. 8vo, unbound, pp. 45.

Bost. 1850 | 312. ENGLAND. The Constitution, Laws, and Govern v ment of. By A Natural Born Subject. Crown 8vo, unbound.

Lond. 1709 313. ESSEX (MASS.). History of the Town of, 1634-1 1700. By Robert Crowell. Illusts.

Illusts. 12mo, cloth (somewhat time-stained).

Bost. 1853 314. EVANS (W.F.) Mental Medicine; The Primitive Mind-Cure; Esoteric Christianity. 3 vols. post 8vo, cloth.

Bost. 1886 ✓

j 315. EVERETT (EDWARD). An Address delivered at Bloody Brook, in S. Deerfield, in commemoration of the fall of the “Flower of Essex" at that spot in King Philip's War. FIRST EDN. 8vo, unbound, pp. 44 (spotted).

Bost. 1835 316. - An Address before the Adelphic Union Society of Williams College. FIRST EDN. 8vo, unbound, pp. 36 (some pp. spotted).

Bost. 1837

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317. FARMER (H. T.). Imagination; The Maniac's

Dream, and other Poems. FIRST EDN. Post 8vo, original boards and label, uncut (name cut from title).

N. Y. 1819 318. Imagination: The Maniac's Dream, and other Poems. FIRST EDN. Post 8vo, half bound. Scarce.

N. Y. 1819 319. FIELD (HENRY M.) Blood is Thicker than Water: a Few Days Among our Southern Brethren. Front. Small 8vo, cloth.

N. Y. 1886 Interesting sketches of the “ New South.” 3:20. FISHING (an extensive treatise on all the branches

✓ of the Art). Edited by Horace G. Hutchinson. With a large number of fine half-tone illusts. 2 vols. thick 8vo, cloth, uncut. The "Country Life" Library of Sport.

Lond. 1904

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