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282. CHARENCEY (COMTE H. DE). Le Folklore dans les Deux Mondes. 8vo, cloth. Paris, 1894 Including researches into and comparisons with Indian, Mexican and other native beliefs.
283. CHARLEVOIX (PIERRE FRANC. XAV. DE). Histoire et Description Générale de la Nouvelle France; avec le Journal Historique d'un Voyage fait par Ordre du Roi dans l'Amerique Septentrionale. 3 vols. 4to, original calf gilt. Paris, 1744
Fine copy of the First edition. Scarce.
Charlevoix went to Canada in 1705. In 1721-22 he ascended the St. Lawrence, made his way to the Mississippi through the Lakes, and descended that river to New Orleans. 28 maps are included, comprising Louisiana, Acadia, Newfoundland, Hudson's Bay, Mouth of the Mississippi, plans of Port Royal, Louisbourg, New Orleans, Quebec, etc. A separate treatise is on the plants of New France, illustrated by 44 plates engraved on 22 sheets. An important part is the preliminary list of books relating to Canada and Louisiana, with critical remarks on them, including Creuxius, Le Clercq, Denys, Laudonniere, Herrera, Ramusio, Cartier, Champlain, etc., etc.
History and General Description of New France. Transl., with Notes, by J. C. Shea. 6 vols. royal Svo, half blue morocco, panelled gilt backs. N. Y. 1866-72
Fine copy of this handsomely printed and copiously illustrated edition, which contains a large number of facsimiles of the original maps and plans, with portraits added by the editor. The first translation of Charlevoix.
285. CHASTELLUX (MARQUIS DE). Voyages de M. le Marquis de Chastellux dans l'Amerique Septentrionale dans les années 1780, 1781 et 1782. Map and plates. 2 vols. 8vo, original calf. Fine copy. Paris, 1786
Sir Edmund Antrobus' copy, with his bookplate in each volume.
286. CHAUVEAU (PIERRE J. O.) Charles Guerin, Roman de Moeurs Canadiennes. 8vo, half roan.
257. CHERUEL (A.) Dictionnaire Historique des Institutions, Mœurs et Coutumes de la France. Illust. 2 vols. 12mo, half calf. Paris, 1884
288. CHRISTIE (R.) History of the Late Province of Lower Canada from the erection of the Province in 1791 to the extinguishment thereof in 1814, with Supplementary Volume of Documents. 6 vols. 12mo, half calf (name and stamps on titles). Montreal, 1848-55 289. CLARK (WM.) Savonarola. His Life and Times. Post 8vo, cloth, gilt top, uncut. (Presentation copy from the author.) Chicago, 1890
The Anglican Reformation.
Post 8vo, half
291. CLEMENT (W. H. P.) The Law of the Canadian Constitution. Stout 8vo, half calf. Toronto, 1892 292. COBB (S. H.) The Story of the Palatines: an Episode in Colonial History. Post 8vo, cloth. N. Y. 1897
293. COKE (LIEUT. E. T.) A Subaltern's Furlough in various parts of the United States, Upper and Lower Canada, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Map, facsimile and 12 plates from drawings by the author (including Quebec, Niagara, etc.) 8vo, cloth (binding broken). Lond. 1833
294. COLONIAL OFFICE LIST. Historical and Statistical Information of the Colonial Dependencies of Great Britain, services of officers, etc. With maps. For the years 1886 (25th issue), 1888-90, '95, '98, 1900 and 1901. 8 vols. Svo, cloth. Lond., v. d. 295. COLONIAL SOCIETY OF MASSACHUSETTS. Transactions, 1892-1894, 1895-1897. 20 portraits, facsimile plans and other plates. Vols. 1 and 3. Thick royal 8vo, cloth. Bost. 1895-1900
These are really consecutive volumes, Vol. 2 being reserved for the Commissions and Instructions of the Royal Governors, and not completed when Vol. 3 was ready for the press.
296. ADAMS (H. B.) AND WOOD (H.) Columbus and his Discovery of America (Johns Hopkins Studies, Balt. 1892); bound with it is C. R. Markham on Columbus, with portrait and maps (from Proceedings of the R. G. S.). 8vo, half calf.
297. CURTIS (WM. E.) The Authentic Letters of Columbus. Facsimiles. 8vo, cloth. (Field Col. Museum Publication, No. 2.) Chicago, 1895
298. ELTON (C. I.) The Career of Columbus. Map. 8vo, cloth. Lond. 1892
299. HARRISSE (HENRY). Christophe Colomb, son Origine, sa Vie, ses Voyages, sa Famille, et ses Descendants; d'après des Documents inedits tirés des Archives de Génes, de Savone, de Seville et de Madrid. Illuminated fronts. of the arms of Columbus, and another plate. 2 vols. royal 8vo, half morocco. Paris, 1884
300. Christophe Colomb devant l'Histoire. Royal 8vo, half morocco. (121 pp.) Paris, 1892
Thick paper copy.
301. IRVING (WASHINGTON). History of the Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus. Maps. First edn. 4 vols. 8vo, calf, gilt backs. Lond. 1828
302. LOLLIS (CESARE DE). Scritti di Cristoforo Colombo Pubblicati ed Illustrati. 4 vols. thick folio, finely bound in full morocco gilt, gilt inside borders, leather joints. Fine copy. Rome, 1892-94
This collection of the writings and autographs of Columbus was issued at the expense of the Italian Government, in connection with the Columbus Exposition of 1892. It contains photographic facsimiles of every known writing and fragment of writing by the famous Admiral, a reprint of his letters describing his voyages with elucidatory illustrations, and transcripts with translations of all the documents in his autograph.
303. LORGUES (COMTE R. DE). Christophe Colomb. Profusely illust. with pictorial borders to every page, colored plates, maps, portraits and views. Imp. 8vo, full morocco gilt, gilt edges. Paris, 1879
304. MADRID COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION. The Reports of the Historical Commission at the Columbian Commemoration, Madrid, 1892. Numerous illusts. 10 pamphlets bound in one vol. Royal 8vo, half calf. Wash. 1895
305. MAJOR (R. H.-Editor). Select Letters of Christopher Columbus, with other original documents, relating to his Four Voyages to the New World. Transl. and edited with Introduction and Notes. 8vo, cloth.
Lond. Hakluyt Society, 1847
306. MARKHAM (C. R.) Life of Christopher Columbus. Portraits, facsimile maps and other illusts. Post 8vo, cloth. Lond. 1892
307. The Journal of Christopher Columbus (during his First Voyage, 1492-93), and Documents relating to John Cabot and Gaspar Corte Real. Transl., with Notes and Introduction, by C. R. Markham. Facsimile maps. 8vo, cloth. Lond. Hakluyt Society, 1893
308 WINSOR (JUSTIN). Christopher Columbus, and how he Received and Imparted the Spirit of Discovery. With reproductions of old portraits, maps, views, etc. Thick post 8vo, cloth. (Antograph of the author inserted.)
309. COLUMBUS. Spanish Letter of Columbus to Luis de Sant' Angel. . . dated 15 February, 1493. Photographic facsimile, with translation, etc., from the unique copy of the original edition of Barcelona, April, 1493. Folio, half Lond. Quaritch, 1891 Scarce. Only 100 copies printed. The Introduction (of 14 pages) is by Michael Kearney.
The smaller edition of the Spanish letter, reduced facsimile; also, the Latin letter. 2 vols small 4to, imp. morocco. Lond. Quaritch, 1893
311. CONANT (T.) Upper Canada Sketches. Map, portraits, and 21 colored plates (including early Canadian views). 8vo, cloth. Toronto, 1898 312. CONFEDERATION. A Republic or a Colony. by Jos. Royal, Montreal, 1894; The Future of British Amer, ica, Toronto, 1885; Imperial Federation League in CanadaOttawa, 1885; etc. 7 pamphlets, 8vo and post 8vo, cloth,
313. CONGRESS OF WOMEN OF 1899. The International Congress of Women. Edited by the Countess of Aberdeen. 7 vols. post 8vo, cloth. Lond. 1900 Comprises, Women in Professions, 2 vols.; Women in Industrial Life; Women in Education: Women in Politics; Women in Social Life. Report of Transactions. Numerous portraits. 314. CONNECTICUT. Connecticut Historical Society Collections. Vols. 3-8 (Walcott's Memoir, Talcott Papers, Hartford Town Votes, Orderly Books and Journals, Rolls and Lists of Connecticut men in the Revolution, etc.). 6 vols. royal 8vo, cloth, uncut. Hartford, 1895-1901
Including the third volume, which is now very scarce, as it was destroyed by fire, and has never been reprinted.
Levermore (C. H.) The Republic of New Haven. A History of Municipal Evolution. (Johns Hopkins Studies.)
316. Peters (Rev. Samuel). General History of Connecticut, with Appendix. To which are added additions to Appendix, Notes, and Extracts from Letters verifying many important statements made by the author. By S. J. McCormick. Post 8vo, cloth. N. Y. 1877
317. CONSTITUTIONAL. L'Ancien Barreau [by J. E. Roy], Montreal, 1597; A Constitutional Governor, by A. Todd, Ottawa, 1878; Les Constitutions du Canada, by M. A. D. De Celles, Ottawa, 1901; etc. 6 pamphlets. Svo, cloth and half calf.
318. COSTUMES. A Series of 43 copper engravings, probably by Romeyn de Hooge, of the Peoples and Costumes of different Nations, among them being Indians of Virginia, Hurons, Algonquins, etc., Patagonians, Indians of Brazil,
Borneans, Esquimaux, Peruvians, natives of the Philippines, Japanese, Mexicans, as well as the nations of the Old World, and including a view of Quebec. Post 8vo, old calf. Without title or date, but about 1700.
319. COUES (ELLIOTT). New Light on the Early History of the Greater Northwest. The MS. Journals of Alexander Henry, Fur Trader of the Northwest Company and of David Thompson, official Geographer of the same. Exploration and Adventure among the Indians of the Red, Saskatchewan, Missouri and Columbia Rivers, 1799-1814. Edited, with Critical Commentary and copious Index (pp. 917-1027). Portrait, and maps in pocket. 3 vols. 8vo, cloth. No. 164 of a limited issue. N. Y. 1897 320. COURRIER DU LIVRE (LE). Revue Mensuelle de Bibliophile et de Bibliographie (in French and English). Par un Groupe de Bibliophiles Canadiens. Illust. Nos. 1 to 50 (May, 1896, to June, 1900). 2 vols. in half calf, the remainder in paper. (As a lot.)
321. CREASY (SIR E.) The Rise and Progress of the English Constitution. Post 8vo, cloth. Lond. 1866
322. CREMAZIE (OCTAVE). Euvres Completes (avec Memoire par l'Abbé Casgrain). Portraits. 8vo, cloth. Montreal 
323. CRESPEL (P. EMANUEL). Voiages du R. P. Emmanuel Crespel dans le Canada et son Naufrage en revenant en France. Mis au jour par le Sr. Louis Crespel, son frère. 12mo, in the original sheep binding, sides elaborately silver gilt. A Francfort sur le Meyn, 1742 A fine copy of the rare original edition, with the written initials of Louis Crespel guaranteeing the copy on page 11. Only a very small number of this first edition was printed, mainly for the friends of the family, and in order that the genuine copies should be distinguished from any attempts to issue fraudulent copies, the brother signed these with his initials. Père E. Crespel was wrecked on the Island of Anticosti in 1737, and remained there for several months, when he was rescued by Indians, most of his companions dying. A graphic description is given of Indian customs, he being present at the torture of two prisoners.
324. CREUXIUS (P. FRANCISCUS). Historiæ Canadensis seu Novæ-Franciæ. Libri Decem, ad Annum usque Christi MDCLVI. Large folding map of New France (which has a smaller map of the Huron country inset) and 13 fullpage plates. Small 4to, finely bound by F. Bedford in full green crushed levant morocco gilt, edges gilt on the rough. Paris: Sebast. Cramoisy, 1664 Fine copy of this scarce book. Father Ducreux founded it entirely on the various narratives sent to France by the Jesuit missionaries, so that it might almost be considered as a history of the Jesuits in Canada, accompanied by a description of the