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680. The Eagle of Washington: a Story of the American Revolution. A Poem in three cantos. By Burkitt J. Newman. FIRST EDN. Crown 8vo, original cloth.
Life of Washington, written for Children. By E. Cecil. With several colored illusts. 16mo, cloth. Bost. 1859
The Life of Washington. By Edward Everett. FIRST EDN. 12mo, original cloth. N. Y. 1860 683. The Life of George Washington. With curious Anecdotes. By M. L. Weems. Woodcut portrait and woodcuts of historical incidents. Crown 8vo, original cloth (little soiled). Phil. 1860
684. A Description of the Medals of Washington of National and Miscellaneous Medals, and of other Objects of Interest in the Museum of the Mint, etc. By James Ross Snowden. With a large number of beautiful facsimiles, also facsimiles of handwriting. FIRST EDN. Royal 8vo, original cloth. Phil. 1861
685. Facsimiles of the Memorial Stones of the Last English Ancestors of George Washington in the Parish Church of Brington, Northamptonshire, permanently placed in the State House of Mass. Royal 8vo, paper, pp 15. Bost. William White, 1862
Laid in is a wrapper addressed in the autograph of C. [harles] Sumner, and with his autograph. The bulk of the letter-press in the work is a lengthy letter about the stones from Sumner to Jared Sparks.
686. The Life of Washington, and the History of the American Revolution. Portraits, woodcuts and illusts. Phil. 1865 Crown 8vo, half Torino, 1866
24mo, original wrappers.
First edition of a Poem, in three stanzas, by Luca Savarese. Bound with two Italian Plays.
688. Washington and the Masonic Compeers. By Sidney Hayden. Portrait, facsimile of bookplate, etc. Post 8vo, cloth (some margins soiled). N. Y. 1867
An Illustrated History of Washington and his Times. Seven Years' War, Revolutionary War, etc. Edited by Rev. Wm. Hutchinson. Engraved portrait and other plates and cuts. 8vo, stamped leather (slightly cracked). Norwich (Conn.), 1868 Address in Commemoration of the Inauguration of Geo. Washington. By Melville W. Fuller. Portrait (inserted). 8vo, cloth. Wash. 1890
691. Itinerary of General Washington from June 15, 1775, to Dec. 23, 1783. By William S. Baker. With facsimile of the fine portrait after Peale. Royal 8vo, cloth, gilt top, uncut. Phil. 1892 By the author of "The Engraved Portraits of Washington.” 692. Early Sketches of George Washington, reprinted, with Biographical and Bibliographical Notes, by William S. Baker (author of "The Portraits of Washington"). Portrait. 8vo, cloth, uncut. Phil. 1894
The scarce Large Paper edition, of which only 250 copies were printed.
Pictorial Life of. With Anecdotes.
[By H. H. Phil., n. d.
Life of. (In German.) By M. L. Weems. Woodcut, portraits and illusts. 12mo, sheep (joint cracked). Life of. Portrait and engraved title. 12mo, Phil. Am. Sunday-School Union, n. d.
695. cloth. 696.
Dedication of the Washington National Monument, with the Orations by Hon. R. C. Winthrop and Hon. J. W. Daniel, Feb'y 21, 1885. Portrait. Imp. 8vo, cloth. With an Original Letter from J. G. Whittier. Wash. 1885 697. WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON. Lives of; with a Parallel. By Stephen Simpson. 2 portraits. 12mo, cloth (faded and damp-faded). Phil. 1833
698. WEBSTER (DANIEL). A Discourse in Commemoration of the Lives and Services of John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. 8vo, unbound, pp. 62. Bost. 1826
Mr. Webster's Speeches in the Senate, upon the Question of Renewing the Charter of the Bank of the United States, 1832; Speech of Mr. Webster, in reply to Mr. Calhoun's Speech on the Bill, "Further to Provide for the Collection of Duties on Imports, 1833;" Debate in the Senate on the Nomination of Martin Van Buren to be Minister to Great Britain, 1832; Speech of Henry Clay, in Defence of the American System against the British Colonial System, 1832; President Jackson's Message on the State of the Union, 1835; and other speeches. In one vol. 8vo, boards, sheep back. Wash. 1832-1835
IMPORTANT ITEM. Contains the very scarce 'Speech of William W. Ellsworth, in the Case of Samuel Houston, charged with a Contempt and Breach of the privileges of the House, by Assaulting the Hon. William Stanbery, a Member from Ohio, Delivered in the House of Representatives, May 9, 1832." Many of the other speeches are presentation copies from the authors to D. Burgess, who formed this interesting collection.
701. [WILDE (OSCAR).] Our Continent; an Illustrated Weekly. (Containing the original appearance of the two poems, "Le Jardin " and "La Mer," on page 9, with facPE simile signature, and the only poetical contributions by Wilde to an American magazine. Folio, half calf.
N. Y.-Phil. 1882
✓702. WILLIS (N. P.) Sketches. (Poems.) 8vo, half cloth and boards, with label. Bost. S. G. Goodrich, 1827 FIRST EDITION OF THE AUTHOR'S FIRST BOOK. FINE COPY.
√703. WIRT (WILLIAM). The Letters of the British
Spy. To which is prefixed a Biographical Sketch of the Author. Revised and Corrected. Small 8vo, cloth. N. Y.,n.d. ✓704. WITCHCRAFT. A Lecture on the Occult Sciences, embracing some account of the N. E. Witchcraft. By James R. Newhall. Svo, wrappers (lacks back cover). Salem, 1845
705. YALE. A Plea for Study; an Oration before the
Literary Society of Yale College. By Geo. W.
Yale College "Scrapes." By John D. Vose, Author of "Diary of a Broadway Dandy,' "Seven Nights in Gotham," etc. 8vo, original pictorial paper covers, unN.Y.: Bunnell & Price, n. d. [186-]
The extremely scarce original edition of this amusing satire on Yale College scenes and characters, secret societies, etc. Seldom found in the original paper covers.
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