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45. AMERICAN TRAVEL. Dwight (Timothy). Travels in New England and New York (1796-1811, with Observations Historical, Topographical and Statistical on the Indians, State of the Country, etc.). FIRST EDN. 4 vols. Svo, boards (covers of Vol. 2 loose, though a clean copy, totally uncut and unopened).

New Haven, 1821-22 Designed for those who, a hundred years bence, may feel curiosity concerning their country,” Book-label of the Ameri.

can Institute.

46. AMHERST COLLEGE, History of, during the First Half Century, 1821–71. By W. S. Tyler. Numerous portraits, views, etc. Thick royal 8vo, cloth. Springfield, 1873

47. ANCESTOR (THE). A Quarterly Review of County and Family History, Heraldry and Antiquities. Illusts. and portraits. No. 1, April, 1902. Royal 8vo, boards, uncut.

Lond. 1902 | 48. ANTI-JACOBIN (THE), or Weekly Examiner. (Edited by William Gifford, the first editor of the “ Quarterly Review'). 2 vols thick 12mo, calf.

Lond. 17:9 49. ANTIQUARY (THE): a Magazine. Edited by Edward Walford. Vol. 1. Parts.

N. Y. (Lond.], 1880 50. ARNOLD (EDWIN). Poems. With Preface, writ- v ten for this Edition by the Author. Small 8vo, cloth.

Bost. 1880 Contains translations of the Gita Govinda," etc., and trans

lations from the Greek poets. 51. AUTOGRAPHS. A 4to Scrap-Book, of about 30 leaves, on both sides of which are pasted cards, slips of paper, some A. L. S., etc., with the signatures, sometimes with the addition of a few lines, of prominent Americans, at the time of the Civil War. They include signatures of U. S. Grant, W. T. Sherman, Seward, Stanton, Greeley, Hooker, Ben Butler, Jefferson Davis, Alex. H. Stevens, Admiral Porter, Longstreet, H. W. Beecher, Tilden, Longfellow, short A. L. S. of Buchanan, Millard Fillmore. Gen. Burnside, H. Seymour, Gen. McClellan, John A. Dix, Reverdy Johnson, a signed card photograph of Richard Yates, engraved portrait, signed, of S. P. Chase, and a few other souvenirs such as a silk election badge of Tilden and Hendricks, a $10 Confederate bill, a colored Confederate envelope, card to the Impeachment of President Johnson, etc. Many of these cards are accompanied by stamped and addressed envelopes to the original owner of the collection. (About 150 pieces, as one lot.)



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Hanover). A Sermon, in Commemoration of the First Landing of the Fathers of New England. 12mo, unbound, pp. 39 (stained).

Bost. 1776 53. BARBER (J. W.) United States Book; or, Interesting Events in U.S. History, with Biographical Sketches. By J. W. Barber. Portrait of Washington and numerous other engravings, views and maps. Post Svo, sheep (somewhat time-stained).

New Haven (1833] 54. BEECHER (HENRY WARD). Star Papers; or, Experiences of Art and Nature. 8vo, original cloth.

N. Y. 1855 Scarce FIRST EDITION of the papers originally printed in the New York Independent with the signature of a Star. Contains

A Sabbath at Stratford-on-Avon,' “Ruins of Kennilworth

Warwick Castle," etc.; and 32 country sketches. /

55. Official Report of the Trial of Henry Ward Beecher, with Notes and References by Austin Abbott, of Counsel for the Defense; together with an Account of the Court and Biographical Sketches of the Judge, the parties, their Counsel, and some of their Witnesses. 8 portraits. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth.

N. Y. 1875 Scarce. 56. BELKNAP (JEREMY). A Sermon before the Con

✓ vention of the Clergy of Massachusetts, Boston, May 26, 1796. Post 8vo, unbound.

Bost. 1796 57. BIBLIOGRAPHY. A Glance at [American] Private Libraries. By Luther Farnham. Svo, original paper covers.

Bost. 1855 EXTRA ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 14 portraits and an

A. L. S. of Edward Everett. 58. BIDDLE (SARAH). Some Letters of an American Woman concerning Love and other Things. Drawings by Annetta Gibson McCall and photographic reproductions of Stratford-on-Avon, Westminster Abbey, etc. 8vo, cloth, gilt top, uncut.

Phil 1902 59. BIOGRAPHIA AMERICANA; or, a Historical and Critical Account of the Lives, Actions, and Writings of the Most Distinguished Persons in North America, from the First Settlement to the Present Time. By A Gentleman of Philadelphia (B. F. French.] Engraved front. and portraits. 8vo, boards and label, uncut.

N. Y.: Mallory, 1825 FINE COPY OF A RARE WORK. Contains 16 full-page portraits (stipple engravings) of James Lawrence, Wm. Smith, Joel Barlow, Commodore Wm. Bainbridge, Benj. Franklin (in outline), Alex. Hamilton, David Ramsay, Geo. Washington, Chas. Stewart, Benj. West, and others of America's most noted characters, by Edwin, Leney, Goodman Boyd, Scoles, etc., after Stuart, West, Wood, and others.

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✓ 65.

Including many rare examples, the property of a well-known

New York collector. 60. BOOKPLATES. Albany Society Library. A curious or plate. An Indian Aiming an Arrow at a Leaping Fox.

VERY RARE. Allen, 11. (Dated 1759.)
✓ 61.

Lloyd Aspinwall. Old New York.
Edw. J. C. Atterbury. Armorial.

Avery, Samuel Putnam. Pictorial. Engraved on by C. W. Sherborn. 1893.

64. Thos. Forrest Betton. 2 varieties. German Town, Pa. (2 pieces.)

Chas. Y. Bancker. Chippendale. Figure 4. Allen, 53. ✓ 66. Rev. Jonathan Boucher, M. A. Loyalist Clergyman of Va. in 1754. Allen, 95.

✓ 67. Thomas Bramston of Skreens. Armorial. Rare. Chúcd (circa 1715.]

68. ..

David Brearley. Wreath.

69. M. Bruen. Clergyman in N. Y. Armorial. om Allen, 115. 2.

Robert Burrow. Fine armorial. [circa 1760.] 71.

William Byrd of Westover, in Virginia. Jacobean on a shaded ground. Allen, 123.

Fine copy.

RARE. [circa 1730.]

This fine plate was reproduced in the Ex-Libris Journal, Vol. I., p. 42. Byrd was a distinguished Virginian and was President of the Council of the Colony.

Hon. Wm. Carmichaell, Esq. Delegate to Conon

gress, 1778-1780. from Maryland. Armorial.
V 73. John Chadwick. Healey Hall, Lancashire, 1791.

Anthony Chamier (intimate friend of Dr. JohnChad son). Chippendale. Fine. Scarce. [circa 1770.]

om ✓ 75.

Chauncey. Plain Armorial. Allen, 151.

Chester Library. Armorial-Chippendale (little Chart thinned). thinned). Very rare. [circa 1760.]

John Clark. Armorial. Allen, 163, Rare. Chad ✓ 78.

John Plomer Clarke. Fine Armorial. [circa 1788.]

De Witt Clinton, Gov. of N. Y., 1817-1822. V P. R. Maverick, Sc. Allen, 171. Also his autograph sigom nature (1 piece). RARE.

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BOOKPLATES. 80. Cadwallader D. Colden, Eminent Lawyer, Mayor 0 of N. Y., and author of “Memoir ... of the New York

Canals. Armorial. Allen, 176.
v 81.

Collegium B. Maria prope Winton (Winchester inad College). Early English College plate. Fine copy. Rare. [Ca. 1705.]

Marquis Cornwallis. Fine armorial. [Ca. 1760.] 83.

Francis Costigan, Esq. Armorial Jacobean. ..

(One margin torn.) [Ca. 1720.]

✓ 84. Wm. Cowper of Colne, Esq. Chippendaleo Armorial, dated 1728.

(See Ex-Libris Jn. Vol. 3, p. 100.) Rare. 85. John W. Crake. Library interior. Engraved by Will Foster. 1897. Proof on Japan vellum. Large Paper

85*. Another copy. Proof on hand-made paper. 86. T. Craster, M.A. Chippendale.

Fine copy Chad [Ca. 1770.]

[— Curtis, of Kent.] Armorial. [Ca. 1800.] 88. Henry Davidson. Allen, 207. Ribbon and wreath.

De Messire Barthélemy Gabriel Rolland, Conseiller au Parlement, Président à la Première des Regnelis du Palais. Pictorial-Armorial, dated 1761.

90. Duke of Sussex. Armorial. Eng. by Perkins & Heath. v 91. States Morris Dyckman, Distinguished New Yorker. Allen, 245. RARE.

Dyckman was an intimate friend of Major André. ✓g 92.

Ex Libris M. A. Principis Burghesii. Armorial. had Scarce.

Samuel Farmar Jarvis. Pictorial. Allen, 424. 94. Cyrus W. Field; Hamilton Field; M. Field. (3 pieces.)

95. Hattie D. Fellowes, N. Y. Armorial. Auto. on a fly-leaf of book.

96. Phillip Richard Fendall, Distinguished Attorney at Washington. "Allen, 270. Armorial.

H. W. Fincham, author of "English and American Bookplates.” Pictorial. Eng. by C. W. Sherborn, but not signed.



✓ 97.

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Grolier Club. Engraved by E. D. French. Armorial. 1894.

Lowell M. Palmer. Eng. by French. 99. William Augustus Brewer. Eng. by French. 100. E. P. Williams. Eng. by French. 101. Arnold Wood. Eng. by French. 102. Charles Conover Kalbleisch. Eng. by French. 103. Edward Hale Bierstadt. Eng. by French. 104. Marshall Clifford Lefferts. Eng. by French. 105. Robert H. McCarter. Eng. by French. 106. Eva Snow Smith Prescott. Eng by French. 107. John Page Woodbury. Eng. by French. 108. John Gerard Heckscher. Eng. by French. 109. Howard Willets. Eng. by French. 110. A. Dwight Stratton. Eng. by French. 111. Mary Emma Plummer. Eng. by French. 112. Frank Evans Marshall. Eng. by French. 113. Caroline Seagrave Bliss. Eng. by French. 114. Lowell M. Palmer. Eng. by French. 115. A. C. Bernheim. Eng. by French. 116. James William Ellsworth. Eng. by French. 117. Lowell Melvin Palmer. Eng. by French. 118. Henry A. Sherwin. Eng. by French 119. IIenry Rogers Winthrop. Eng. by French. 120. Charles H. Taylor, Jr. Eng. by French. 121. Lucy Coleman Carnegie. Eng. by French.



W. A. Butterfield. G. L. Chamblis. Pictorial. Eng. by J. W. Spencely. 1897-99. (2)

123. Chetham's Library, Manchester. Robert Holt Chad Fund. (2 pieces.) 124. M. W. Collet, Phil. (1832?)

(18322) Both varieties. o (2 pieces.)

James Giles, of N. Y. Festoon trophy. Eng. 2. by Maverick. Allen, 306. Fine copy. [ca. 1780.]

126. Henry D. Gilpin, Phil. Signed by Childs. Pictorial-Armorial. , 127. Another copy, unsigned.

128. Grolier Club. Exhibition of Am. Bookplates, October, 1894. Card. Eng. by L. H. Horgan. .

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