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234. NEW YORK. Short Advice to the Counties of New✔ York. By A Country Gentleman (presumed to be Isaac Wilkins.) Small 8vo, half bound, top edges cut, others uncut. Contains bookplate of Maturin Livingston Delafield. N. Y.: James Rivington, 1774

235. History of, from the First Discovery of the Country, for the use of Schools. By F. S. Eastman. 16mo, sheep (name on title and front. lacking?). N. Y. 1828

236. Journal of a Tour in New York in 1830. By John Fowler. 12mo, cloth and label, uncut. Lond. 1831

237. Emmons (Eben). Agriculture of New York. Vols. 1, 2, 3, and volume of plates (fruit, manyCOLORED). Together 4 vols. 4to, cloth.


Albany [Nat. Histy. of N. Y., V.), 1846-51 Emmons (Eben). Agriculture of New York. Vol. 1 (2 copies), 2 and 3, COLORED and other plates; Geology of New York, Part II. Together 5 vols. 4to, cloth.

✓ 239.
for 1866.

Albany, 1846-51 Valentine's Manual of the Common Council Colored plates, early views, maps, etc.

With 5 extra colored plates laid in.

The Catskill Mountains and the

12mo, N. Y.


/ 240.
Around. Their Scenery, Legends, and History. By Rev.
Chas. Rockwell. Front. Crown 8vo, cloth. N. Y. 1867
241. Sylvester (N. B.) Historical Sketches of North-
ern New York and the Adirondack Wilderness, including
Traditions of the Indians, Early Explorers, Pioneer Settlers,
etc. 2 portraits. 8vo, cloth.
Troy, 1877

242. 1674.

The Records of New Amsterdam, from 1653 to Edited by Berthold Fernow. 7 vols. 8vo, original sheep, uncut (bindings little chafed).

N. Y.: Published under the Authority of the City, 1897 The earliest Dutch Records that have been preserved of the territory included in the present City of New York. They are here translated by Dr. Callaghan and the editor.

243. Sixth Annual Report of the Forest, Fish, and Game Commission of the State of New York. Numerous plates, those of BIRDS, FISHES, etc., COLORED. 4to, original buckram. [Albany, 1901]

244. NEW YORK SOCIETY LIBRARY. Catalogue, ✔ Constitution, By-Laws, etc. Small 8vo, wrappers. N. Y. Hugh Gaine, 1789 245. NIAGARA. The Falls of Niagara; or, Tourist's Guide. By S. De Veaux. Folding map (slightly torn). 16mo, cloth.

Buffalo, 1839

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1492-1877. By Thick 8vo, cloth. Hartford, 1877 General Index to Bost. 1829

OHIO. Abbott (J. S. C.) History of the State of

248. OHI

Ohio, from the Discovery of the Great Valley to the Present Time. Numerous portraits, views, etc. half morocco (trifle rubbed).

Detroit, 1875

249. Kennedy (Jas. H.) A History of the City of Cleveland: its Settlement, Rise, and Progress, 1796-1896. Maps, portraits and views. Royal 8vo, cloth, gilt top edge. Cleveland, 1896

250. Studer (Jacob H.) Columbus: its History, Resources, and Progress. Numerous illusts. Crown 8vo, original half roan (back broken). [Columbus, 187-]

251. OLD MASTERS. Mounted Reproductions of Pictures, by Raphael, Rembrandt, etc. Folio; 5 in portfolio. Art Collectors' Club.

252. PAINE (THOMAS). Common Sense: addressed

to the Inhabitants of America. Svo, unbound.

Phil. 1796

The Ruling Passion: a Poem, delivered at Har-
vard College. 4to, stitched (last leaf torn). Bost. 1797
✔ 254. PAMPHLETS. Catalogue Med. Coll. of Ohio;
Lee's Lecture; Hammond's Lecture; Speeches by Senators
Blair and Nicholson. 12mo and 8vo. (5 items.)

√255. The Canadian French in 'New England [C. D.
Wright]; Historical Sketch of Hampton, N. H.; Governor
Samuel Ward of Rhode Island, 1725-1776; Memoirs of the
Centennial Celebration of Burgoyne's Surrender; and
others. Together 31 vols. Wrappers.

✓ 256.
Dinner to F. W. Chesson, at the National
Liberal Club, July 16, 1886; The Mormon Iniquity [F. A.
Noble]; Bibliography of the State of Maine; and others.
Together 37 vols. 8vo, etc., wrappers.

257. PARTON (JAS.) Smoking and Drinking. FIRST
12mo, cloth.
Bost. 1858



Famous Americans of Recent Times. Portrait; presentation copy from the author. Post 8vo, cloth. Bost. 1867

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259. PENNSYLVANIA. Martin (J. H.) Chester (and its vicinity); Delaware County, in Pennsylvania; with Genealogical Sketches of some old Families. Portrait. Imp. Svo, cloth. Phil. (Privately printed), 1877 Edition limited to 500 copies.

260. Thomas (Gabriel). An Historical and Geographical Account of the Province of Pensilvania and of West-New-Jersey in America. Map. Lond. 1698. Svo, [Reprint, N. Y., 1848]



261. The Wyoming Valley, Upper Waters of the Susquehanna and the Lackawanna Coal-Region. Edited by J. A. Clark. Photo. illusts. Royal 8vo, cloth (one cover damp-stained). Scranton, 1875 History of Clarion County. Edited by A. J. Davis. Map, portraits, etc. Thick royal 4to, original half binding (trifle chafed). Syracuse, 1887 263. History of Schuylkill County, with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of some of its Prominent Men and Pioneers. Numerous portraits and views. 4to, cloth, gilt edges (back restored and margins discolored). N.Y. 1881

264. Account of the Gospel Labours and Christian Experiences of a Faithful Minister of Christ, John Churchman, late of Nottingham, in Penn. 8vo, old calf (rubbed, and name on title). Phil., printed; Lond.: Reprinted, 1780 Contains accounts of the Indian war in Pennsylvania, Indian treaties, etc.

265. PENNSYLVANIA AND NEW JERSEY. Good Order Established In. A True Account of the Country, with its Produce, etc., in 1685. By Thos. Budd. New edn., with copious notes, by Edw. Armstrong. cloth, uncut.


266. PHILADELPHIA. Westcott (T.)

Royal 8vo,

N. Y. 1865

The Historic

Mansions and Buildings of Philadelphia, with some Notice of their Owners and Occupants. Portraits. 8vo, cloth (margins and cloth damaged by damp).

267. PHILLIPS (JOHN). Cyder: a Poem, 8vo, limp morocco.

Phil. 1895



Lond. 1708

268. PHOTOGRAPHS OF ACTRESSES, DANSEUSES, ETC., and Stereoscopical Views of American Scenery. In all 130 pieces.

✓269. PLAGUE OF ATHENS (THE). A Poem. Transl.

by the Lord Bishop of Rochester. Small 8vo, limp moLond. 1709


✓ 270. PLÁTE, of Porcelain, containing View of Hurst Castle, Kent, England. Drawn by Mr. Falconer; made at Union Porcelain Works, L. I.


271. PLATE. James Madison [1809–17].





Franklin Pierce [1853-57].

James Buchanan [1857-61].
James A. Garfield [1881-85].

Stephen G. Cleveland [1885-89, etc.].

276. POPHAM CELEBRATION, Aug. 29, 1862. Memorial Volume, by Rev. E. Ballard; Indians of the Painted. Desert Region [James]; Dorchester Celebration, June 22, 1889; and 7 others. Together 10 vols. 8vo, etc.

277. PORTRAIT OF PRESIDENT ANDREW JOHNSON. Half length, right hand resting on a table. MezzoTINT by Wm. Sartain. Large folio. PROOF IMPRESSION. 1865.

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of America, Europe, etc., published by P. Potter, of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., in 1818. 8vo, paper. RARE AND


282. PRESBYTERIAN. A Draught of the Form of the Government and Discipline of the Presbyterian Church in the U. S. 8vo, paper wrappers. Gov. Henderson's (of N. J.) copy, with his autographs (2) and corrections. VERY RARE. N. Y.: S. & J. Loudon, 1787



and Standards of the Associate-Reformed

Church in North America. Svo, sheep.

N. Y.: T. & G. Swords, 1799

284. REVOLUTION CELEBRATION. Stone (W. L.) ✔ Memoir of the Centennial Celebration of Burgoyne's Surrender, held at Schuylerville under the auspices of the Saratoga Monument Association, Oct. 17, 1877. Fronts. Svo, cloth (embossed library stamp on title). Albany, 1878 ✓ 285. RHODE ISLAND. Addresses by W. E. Richmond, W. Hunter, John Pitman, J. L. Tillinghast, Asher Robbins, and Solomon Drown before the R. I. Society for the Encouragement of Domestic Industry. Paper. (6 pieces.) Providence, 1822-29

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286. RHODE ISLAND. Account of the Churches in Rhode Island. Presented at a meeting of the R. I. Baptist State Convention, Providence. By Henry Jackson. Fronts. Svo, cloth (fore-margins damp-stained). Providence, 1854 in the Rebellion. By E. W. Stone. Crown Svo, half persian calf, uncut. Providence, 1865 J 288.


Memoir of Lieut.-Colonel Samuel Ward, First R. I. Regiment, Army of the American Revolution. With a Genealogy of the Ward Family. By J. Ward. Portrait. 4to, paper. N. Y.: Privately printed, 1875

289. ROCKY MOUNTAINS. Gems of Rocky Mountain Scenery. 20 tinted lithographic plates of views along and near the Union Pacific Railroad, by A. E. Mathews. Royal 4to, cloth (binding stained).

N. Y. 1869

290. ROME, N. Y. Our City and its People. A De- ✔ scriptive Work on the City of Rome, N. Y. Edited by D. E. Wager. Royal 8vo, half calf, gilt edges. Bost. 1896 291. ROSCOMMON (EARL OF.) An Essay on Translated Verse. Small 8vo, limp morocco.

Lond. 1709

292. ROWSON (MRS) Charlotte Temple. Engraved fronts. and title vignette. 16mo, half bound (corner of one leaf damaged). N. Y. 1827

293. SALISBURY FAMILY HISTORY. Family Memorials: a Series of Genealogical and Biographical Monographs on the Families of Salisbury, Aldworth-Elbridge, Sewall, Pyldren-Dummer, Walley, Quincy, Gookin, Wendell, Breese, Chevalier-Anderson and Phillips. By Edward Elbridge Salisbury. With 15 pedigrees (large folding) and an Appendix. 2 vols. royal 4to, original cloth, gilt tops, [New Haven]: Privately printed, 1885



Very scarce. Only 200 copies printed, this being No. 18. Laid in is the original prospectus and an autograph note from the author.

Seventeen Pedigrees from "Family Memorials." By Edward Elbridge Salisbury. Royal 4to, original cloth, enclosed in cloth portfolio.

[New Haven]: Privately printed, 1885

Very scarce. Only a few copies printed. The fine folding pedigrees (with additions) of the above work. Laid in is an autograph note from the author, also the autographed prospectus.

295. SAN FRANCISCO. cidentally of the State of 8vo, cloth.

A History of the City, and inCalifornia, by John S. Hittell. San Francisco, 1878

296. SILVA OF NORTH AMERICA (THE). By Chas. S. Sargent. Vol. VI. Illust. 4to, boards, uncut. Bost. 1894

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