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inlaid to the above size. The very fine plates which Mr. Andrews has added to this copy include: Several different portraits of the author by various engravers, together with an A. L. s. to Mr. Andrews; several engravings of Alnwick Castle; portrait of Robert Burns, by Warren; PROOF portrait of Thomas Campbell on India paper, by Burnet, after Sir Thomas Lawrence; a brilliant portrait of King George the Fourth, engraved by Page; Stipple portrait of William Henry Allen, by Edwin; RARE portrait of De Witt Clinton, by Leney; A RARE PORTRAIT of Franklin, by Westermayr; AN EXTREMELY RARE VIEW of Park Row, by W. D. Smith, after Burton; Lithographed portrait of Richard Riker 1826; engraved portrait of Philip Hone, by Durand; PROOF PORTRAIT of Lord Byron, on India paper, by Grave, besides numerous FINE NEW YORK VIEWS, MAINLY PROOFS ON INDIA PAPER.


147. Fanny. Illustrations. Imp. 8vo, crushed red levant morocco, back richly tooled and ornamented with a small mosaic, sides with central inlaid ornament, surrounded with gilt tooling, gilt outer border; doublure of green polished calf, richly gilt ornamented, with a panel of gros grain green silk, gilt edges, by Pawson and Nicholson. New York, 1865

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A HANDSOME COPY. The printed title-page has been replaced by one in water-colors, at the foot of which is curiously painted "Illustrated by Wm. L. Anndrews." [sic] These EXTRA-ILLUSTRATIONS, 57 in number, are in Mr. Andrews' usual fine selection and variety, and include an A. L. s. of the author; ORIGINAL DRAWING of Old Wooden Shanties in Chatham Street; ORIGINAL DRAWING of Scudder's Museum; Portrait of De Witt Clinton, by Leney; ORIGINAL DRAWING of the Veranda of the United States Hotel, Saratoga Springs, etc., etc.

148. HARDIE (JAMES). The Description of the City of New York . . . to which is prefixed a Brief Account of its First Settlement by the Dutch, in the Year 1629, etc. Folding map in uncut State, with inset views of the Merchant's Exchange and the City Hall. 12mo, full green straight-grain morocco, Jansen style, gilt top, uncut, by The Club Bindery. New York, 1827


149. HARDY (CHARLES). A Register of Ships, Employed in the Service of the Honorable The United East India Company, From the Year 1760 to 1812. With an Appendix. 12mo, old red morocco, gilt back, gilt and blind-tooled borders on sides, with small full-rigged ships stamped in gold on corners, and in two compartments on the back, gilt edges. London, 1813

FIRST EDITION. This is a most important and valuable work, containing a vast amount of shipping information in connection with the East India Company, which is not to be found elsewhere in so compact a form.

150. HART (NATHANIEL C.). Documents relative to the House of Refuge, instituted by the Society for the Reformation of Juvenile Delinquents in the City of New York, in 1824. Illustrated with engraved portrait, and lithographed view of the Houses of Refuge. 8vo, original boards, cloth back, uncut, paper label.

New York: Printed by Mahlon Day, 1832

151. HARVARD UNIVERSITY. Pietas et Gratulatio Collegii Cantabrigiensis apud Novanglos. Small 4to, crushed dark brown levant morocco, gilt edges, by Chambolle-Duru. Bostoni-Massachusettensium: Typis J. Green & J. Russell, 1761


THE EXCESSIVELY RARE FIRST EDITION, AND A MAGNIFICENT COPY. collection of Odes to George III by members of the Harvard University,

in English, Latin and Greek. With a long Dedication to the King by the President and Fellows of Harvard College upon the King's accession to the Throne. A former owner has written some lines, translations, etc., on title and some margins.

Memorial Volume.

152. [HAWKS (FRANCIS L.).] A Sketch of the Life and Character of Rev. Francis L. Hawks. By Rev. N. S. Richardson. II. An Address Commemorative of Rev. Francis L. Hawks. By Rev. William F. Morgan. III. Resolutions. In one volume. 8vo, cloth. New York, 1867

153. HEDGES (HENRY P.). An Address delivered on the 26th of December, 1849, on the Occasion of the Celebration of the Two Hundredth Anniversary of the Settlement of the Town of East-Hampton, together with an Appendix, containing a General History of the Town from its First Settlement to the Year 1800. 8vo, crushed olive straight-grain morocco, gilt top, by Stikeman. Sag Harbor, L. I.: Collector Office, 1850



154. [HINMAN (ROYAL R.).] The Blue Laws of New Haven Colony, usually called Blue Laws of Connecticut; Quaker Laws of Plymouth and Massachusetts; Blue Laws of New York, Maryland, Virginia, and South Carolina, etc. 12mo, cloth.

Hartford, 1838

FIRST EDITION. Scarce. Contains interesting extracts from Connecticut records; cases of Salem Witchcraft; Charges and banishment of Roger Williams, and other interesting data.

155. A Catalogue of the Names of the Early Puritan Settlers of the Colony of Connecticut, with the time of their Arrival in the Country and Colony. Frontispiece portrait. Royal 8vo, half green morocco, uncut. Hartford, 1852

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FIRST EDITION. Ends with the name Carter. Some copies terminate with "Danielson". The work was never completed.

156. HOLDEN (E. B.). A. L. s., 1 p. 4to, New York, Feb. 26, 1906. To Mr. Andrews. Asking him to "pack his pack" and go with the writer South.

Written on an EARLY LITHOGRAPHED LETTER SHEET by Ch. Magnus. The illustrated view, IN COLOR, is of Bowling Green.

157. HOLLEY (O. L.). The Picturesque Tourist, being a Guide through the Northern and Eastern States and Canada. Engraved title, plates and map. 16mo, cloth. New York, 1844


158. HOLMES (ABIEL). The History of Cambridge. 8vo, red straight-grain morocco, gilt top, uncut (one cover loose, and a few margins repaired), by Stikeman. Boston: Printed by Samuel Hall, 1801 FIRST EDITION. Very scarce.

159. HUDSON RIVER. Panorama of the Hudson River from New York to Albany. Drawn from Nature and engraved by William Wade. 12mo, cloth (binding broken).

New York: J. Disturnell, 1846 The colored panorama extends to about 12 feet, showing both sides of the river. Descriptive text of 32 pp. accompanies the views.

160. IRVING (PIERRE M.). The Life and Letters of Washington Irving. Illustrated. Extended to 8 vols. royal 8vo, full crushed dark green levant morocco, gilt tops, uncut, by Matthews. New York, 1862-64

LARGE PAPER COPY OF THE FIRST EDITION, MOST EXTENSIVELY EXTRAILLUSTRATED with a great number of IMPORTANT AND SCARCE PORTRAITS AND VIEWS, among which may be mentioned: Incendie de New York, by Halbou after Le Barbier, 1782; Line portrait of Washington, by Liebe. RARE; Sir William Johnson, by Bartolozzi. In sepia. RARE; A North View of Fort Johnson, by Hulett; The Canterbury Pilgrimage, by Worthington after Stothard. VERY RARE OPEN LETTER PROOF; ORIGINAL DRAWING of Windsor Castle, by Wm. Hart, 1860; A RARE LINE PORTRAIT OF NAPOLEON, by Edwards; A. N. s., of JOHN HOWARD PAYNE; A. L. s., 1 p. 8vo, of WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT; A RARE PORTRAIT OF WASHINGTON, by Vinkeles, · PROOF BEFORE LETTERS; Portrait of Alexander Hamilton, by Prud'homme, with Autograph signature, and many others.

161. IRVING (WASHINGTON). A History of New York from the Beginning of the World to the end of the Dutch Dynasty. By Diedrich Knickerbocker. 2 vols. 12mo, original sheep, in half morocco slip case. Some edges uncut. New York, 1812


162. Ten Illustrations to his "Sketch Book" and Knickerbocker's "History of New York," by C. R. Leslie and Allston, with portrait by G. S. Newton. Somewhat foxed. Small folio, boards, cloth back. [London, 1823]

PROOF IMPRESSIONS ON LARGE PAPER, printed expressly for Dawson Turner. The plates include: A Royal Poet; Rip Van Winkle; Philip of Pokanoket; The Legend of Sleepy Hollow; Dutch Fireside, Dutch Courtship, etc.

163. A History of New York, from the Beginning of the World to the End of the Dutch Dynasty. By Diedrich Knickerbocker. 2 vols. 8vo, half crushed brown levant morocco, gilt backs, gilt tops, uncut, by Bradstreet. London: Murray, 1824

THIS SPLENDID EDITION OF IRVING'S "NEW YORK" HAS BEEN EXTRAILLUSTRATED with over 100 FINE ENGRAVED VIEWS, PORTRAITS, etc., among which are: A South West view of the City of New York in North America. RARE; The South Prospect of the City of New York in America. RARE; Portrait of Capt. James Cook, by Bartolozzi. A FINE SCARCE STIPPLE; A View near Bergen, by Scoles; A View at Minisink, by Scoles. SCARCE; East View of Hell Gate, by Williams, 1778. RARE; Washington Hotel, Broadway. SCARCE BOURNE VIEW; Grace and Trinity Churches. SCARCE BOURNE VIEW; T. Smit's Vly in Early Times. ORIGINAL PENCIL DRAWING OF THE VIEW IN VALENTINE'S MANUAL IN 1861; South-West View of Fort George with the City of New York. RARE, and many others.

164. Sketch Book. Extended to two vols. royal 8vo, full parchment, gilt top, by Matthews. New York, 1865 EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of about 100 plates, portraits, views, scenes, etc., including MANY FINE INDIA PROOFS.


Knickerbocker's History of New York. Extended to two vols. royal 8vo, full dark blue crushed levant morocco, panelled sides, gilt tops, uncut, by Matthews. New York, 1867

EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of about 140 portraits, views, scenes, head and tail pieces, etc., MANY INDIA PROOFS AND PROOFS BEFORE LETTERS, two especially designed title-pages by Hosier. Included in this splendid copy, are: View of New York from the North, 1679, LITHOGRAPH PRINTED IN COLORS, EARLY PROOF; Fort George with the City, from Russell's History; T'oost-Indisch-Huys, Amsterdam; Grotius, by Delff; A View near Bergen, N. J., by Scoles; Hell Gate, W. A. Williams, del, 1775; Boston from the Columbian Magazine, etc.

166. Knickerbocker's History of New York. Extended to two vols. royal 8vo, full crimson crushed levant morocco, gilt tooled and inlaid, gilt top, inside borders, uncut, by Matthews.

New York, 1867

EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of about 150 portraits, views, scenes, etc., MANY INDIA PROOFS AND PROOFS BEFORE LETTERS, water-color drawings, including two specially designed title pages by Hosier. Among the important plates are: Novum Amsterdamum by Visscher, and from the Dutch edition of Montanus, as also the map; South Prospect of the City of New York, in North America, engraved for the London Magazine, 1761; South West View of Fort George with the City of New York, from Russell's History; various New York views from the BOURNE, MIRROR, and PEABODY SERIES; Hell Gate by Tiebout, from the New York Magazine, 1790; View near Philadelphia, by Scoles; Putnam, chez Esnauts et Rapilly; Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore, by Blotling, etc.

167. JANVIER (THOMAS A.). In Old New York. Illustrated. 12mo, half dark red straight-grain morocco, gilt top, uncut, original covers bound in. New York, 1894


168. JOHNSTON (HENRY P.). The Yorktown Campaign, 1781. Small 4to, full dark green crushed levant morocco, dentelle borders, gilt edges, by Matthews.

EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 37 portraits, views, scenes, etc., INCLUDING A VERY FINE IMPRESSION OF WASHINGTON, by Savage, Hart 214; Washington, by Le Roy, Hart 85a; Arnold and Lee from the Impartial History; Webster, by Longacre, PROOF BEFORE ALL LETTERS, Stauffer, 2113; Timothy Pickering, by Longacre, Stauffer, 2071-II, PROOF BEFORE ALL LETTERS; Gates, by Dupin; View near Bordentown, engraved and coloured by J. Drayton; Reddition de l'Armée de Lord Cornwallis, gravé par Godefroy, etc.

169. JUVENILE BOOK. The Juvenile Biographer; containtaining the Lives of Little Masters and Misses; including a Variety of Good and Bad Characters. By a Little Biographer. Woodcut illustrations. 32mo, original gold paper wrappers, in red morocco solander case. Worcester: Printed by Isaiah Thomas, 1787 THE FIRST WORCESTER EDITION. EXTREMELY RARE. Contains 4 pp. of Juvenile Books printed by Isaiah Thomas. A splendid clean copy, with only a slight tear in one leaf.

170. The Picture Exhibition; containing the original drawings of eighteen disciples. To which are added, moral and historical explanations. Woodcuts. 24mo, original gold paper wrappers. Worcester: Isaiah Thomas, 1788

Inscribed on inside wrapper: "Charles Dean Esq., with the regards of Benjamin Thomas.'



Divine Songs; attempted in Easy Language for the Use of Children. Illustrated with quaint woodcuts. Square 24mo, original boards, calf back.

London printed. Hartford, reprinted, 1807

172. People of all Nations; an useful Toy for Girl or Boy. Illustrated with engravings of portraits of characters from different nations. Size 24x21⁄2 inches. Philadelphia, 1807

173. KEESE (WILLIAM L.). John Keese, Wit and Litterateur. A Biographical Memoir. Illustrations. Small 4to, crushed red levant morocco, Jansen style, gilt inside border, gilt top, uncut, by R. W. Smith. New York, 1884

A FINE UNCUT COPY, EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 31 plates. These plates include: Fine stipple portrait of Washington H. 100; Park Theatre and Part of Park Row. RARE BOURNE VIEW; a RARE EARLY PROOF PORTRAIT of Longfellow; PROOF PORTRAIT of Frances S. Osgood; etc.

174. KING (CHARLES). Progress of the City during the last Fifty Years. Inlaid to royal 4to, full green morocco, gilt tooled, gilt edges, inside dentelles. New York, 1852

EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 43 portraits, views from the Bourne, Peabody and other series, ORIGINAL WATER-COLORS, and an elaborate water-color extra title-page by Hosier.

175. LAFAYETTE. An Authentic Biography of General La Fayette, in which many errors and deficiencies existing in the Memoirs heretofore published, are corrected and supplied. No portrait. 12mo, half sheep (worn, and name on title).


Philadelphia, 1824

176. LAHONTAN (N. BARON DE). Voyages du Baron de La Hontan dans l'Amerique Septentrionale: [Vol. II] Memoires de l'Amerique Septentrionale, oy la Suite des Voyages de Mr. Le Baron de la Hontan. Maps and plates. 2 vols. 12mo, finely bound in contemporary morocco, with overlapping edges, gilt edges. A la Haye: Chez Charles Delo, 1706

VERY FINE COPY. With 27 maps and plates. The second volume contains an account of conversations the author had with distinguished savages.


177. LAMB (MARTHA J.). History of the City of New York. 2 vols., extended to five, royal 8vo, half crimson crushed levant morocco gilt, gilt tops, uncut. New York, 1877

EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 366 FINE AND SCARCE PORTRAITS, views, scenes, water-colors, autograph letters, etc. A LARGE PROPORTION ARE FINE PROOFS ON INDIA PAPER AND BEFORE LETTERS, INCLUDING A VERY LARGE SELECTION OF THE BOURNE PRINTS. Among the illustrations may be noted: Nieu Amsterdam al' New York,-78 Carolus Allard, exc., etc. FROM THE RARE NEW YORK MAGAZINE; The Federal Edifice; The Government House, by Scoles; Hell Gate, by Tiebout; Town of Kaats'-Kill, A. P., fecit; The Monument at Sandy Hook, C. Tiebout, Sculp; and West Point, by C. Tiebout. OTHER IMPORTANT AND SCARCE VIEWS are: A beautiful PROOF AQUATINT of the Croton Aqueduct; Fort Gansevoort, C. Burton, del.; Methodist Book Store, Balch Stiles & Co., sculp.; Interior of the Park Theatre, Balch Rawdon & Co., sc.; The N. Y. State

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