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181. LAUDONNIERE (R. G.). L'Histoire Notable de la Floride situee es Indes Occidentales, contenant les trois Voyages faits en icelle par certains Capitaines et Pilotes francois, descrits par le Capitaine Laudonnière. Mise en lumiere par M. Basanier. Small 8vo, crushed red levant morocco, Jansen style, gilt edges, by Capé. A Paris: Chez P. Jannet, 1853
182. [LEACOCK (JOHN).] The Fall of British Tyranny; or, American Liberty Triumphant. The First Campaign. A TragiComedy of Five Acts, as lately planned at the Royal Theatrum Pandemonium, at St. James's. The Principal Place of Action in America. 8vo, crushed brown levant morocco, Jansen style, gilt edges, a few lower edges uncut, by David (one leaf damaged). Philadelphia: Printed by Styner and Cist, 1776 THE EXCESSIVELY RARE FIRST EDITION.
183. LINCOLN (ABRAHAM). Obsequies of Abraham Lincoln in Union Square, New York, April 25, 1865. Portrait. Royal 8vo, half straight-grain morocco, original wrappers bound in.
LARGE PAPER COPY.
New York, 1865 EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 13 portraits of Lincoln (contemporary), and Funeral Badges. Presentation copy from Gen. Prosper M. Wetmore.
184. LINSCHOTEN (JAN HUYGEN VAN). Journael Van de derthien-jarighe Reyse, te Water en te Lande, Gedaen door Jan Huygen van Linschooten, na Oost-Indien, etc. Vignette of ships on title, Portrait of Vanschoten, and text cuts. Small 4to, crushed dark brown levant morocco, Jansen style, gilt edges, by Matthews. Amsterdam: By Gillis Joosten Saeghman, 
A CHOICE COPY OF THIS EXTREMELY RARE WORK, OF WHICH WE ARE UNABLE TO LOCATE A SINGLE COPY OFFERED FOR SALE IN MANY YEARS, EITHER HERE OR ABROAD.
Muller's Catalogue of 1872, item 2197, wanted this first part as titled above, and contained only the second part "Beschryvingh van de Schipvaerten en Zee-Courssen Soo van Portugael na Indien als van Indien na Portugael," etc., which begins at page 137, and concludes the work. THIS SECOND PART IS PRESENT IN THIS COPY.
Sabin merely cites the work, without locating a single copy, and not in Church, Murphy, Huth, or other large collections.
185. LOSSING (BENSON J.). Vassar College and its Founder. Illustrated. Royal 8vo, cloth, gilt edges.
New York, 1867
Autograph presentation copy from the author to Mr. Andrews.
186. LOYALISTS. Laws of the Legislature of the State of New York, in Force against the Loyalists, and affecting the Trade of Great Britain and British Merchants, and others having property in that State. 8vo, full green crushed levant morocco, Jansen style, gilt top, uncut, by Matthews. London, 1786
A SUPERB UNCUT COPY OF THESE VERY RARE LAWS AGAINST THE LOYALISTS, WITH THE HALF-TITLE.
THROUGH PART OF THE
A Series of LETTERS wrote on the Spot in the Years 1774, & 1775.
TO WHICH ARE ANNEX'D,
TABLES, fhewing the Roads, the Value of Coins, Rates of Stages, &c. &c.
BY PATRICK M ROBERT
EDINBURGH: Printed for the Author. 1776.
VERY EARLY PRIVATELY PRINTED BOOK ON AMERICA,
ONLY ONE OTHER COPY
187. M'ROBERT (PATRICK). A Tour through Part of the North Provinces of America, being A Series of Letters wrote on the Spot, in the Years 1774 & 1775. To which are annex'd Tables, shewing the Roads, the Value of Coins, Rates of Stages, etc., etc. 8vo, crushed red levant morocco, Jansen style, gilt top, rough edges, by Canape. Edinburgh: Printed for the Author, 1776
THIS LITTLE PRIVATELY PRINTED PIECE OF 64 PAGES IS OF THE UTMOST RARITY, AN EXHAUSTIVE SEARCH FAILING TO REVEAL THE OCCURRENCE OF A
SINGLE COPY IN THE WHOLE RANGE OF BOOK PRICE RECORDS. The only copy recorded by Sabin is the one in Harvard.
The volume consists of 7 Letters, the first of which, dated Aug. 1774, is from New York. Then follow others from Newport, Nova Scotia, Island of St. John's, Philadelphia and Elizabethtown. There is a section devoted to the Rates of the Stages from New York to Philadelphia, also a List of Roads in North America. Aside from a small hole in one leaf and a few marginal repairs, it is a choice copy.
188. [MATHER (COTTON).] Psalterium Americanum. The Book of Psalms, In a Translation Exactly conformed unto the Originals, but all in BLANK VERSE, Fitted unto the Tunes commonly used in our Churches, etc. 12mo, old calf, blind-tooled.
Boston, in N. E.: Printed by S. Kneeland, 1718
AN EXCEEDINGLY CHOICE COPY IN CRISP CLEAN STATE. One of the most interesting of Cotton Mather's works, and MOST IMPORTANT AS AN EARLY AMERICAN POETICAL WORK. With old names of H. Cotton and John Gibbins on fly-leaf, together with a manuscript note. With the Barlow bookplate.
189. MATHER (INCREASE). The Order of the Gospel, Professed and Practised by the Churches of Christ in New England, etc. Small 8vo, red straight-grain morocco, gilt edges, by Stikeman (two or three sig. marks trimmed into).
Printed at Boston in New England, and Reprinted at London, 1700.
VERY RARE. Although bearing the above imprint, the volume was in all probability of American production, as evidenced by the paper and typography. It is very likely some copies were so printed for sale in London. This London imprint is quite uncommon.
190. MILBERT (J.). Itinéraire Pittoresque du Fleuve Hudson et des parties latérales de l'Amerique du Nord. Illustrated with 53 lithographed views and folding colored map. 2 vols., folio, half red morocco, gilt tops, uncut. Paris, 1828
LARGE PAPER COPY. VERY SCARCE COMPLETE. The Views are on India paper, and include one of New York City from Weehawken; A STREET SCENE OF NEW YORK; Pierrepont's distillery on the Brooklyn shore; Tarrytown, where André was captured; Haverstraw; West Point; Albany (general view and a street scene); Burgoyne's Surrender; Saratoga Springs; Niagara Falls; Boston; Providence, etc.
191. MILLER (JAMES). Miller's New York as it Is; or, Stranger's Guide Book to the Cities of New York, Brooklyn and adjacent places. Illustrations and large folding map. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1861
192. MILLER (SAMUEL). Memoir of the Rev. John Rodgers, late Pastor of the Wall St. and Brick Churches in New York. Mezzotint portrait. 16mo, cloth. Philadelphia, n. d.
193. MINES (JOHN FLAVEL). A Tour Around New York and My Summer Acre. Being the Recreations of Mr. Felix Oldboy. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth, gilt top, uncut. New York, 1893
194. [MITCHILL (S. L.).] The Picture of New York; or, the Traveller's Guide through the Commercial Metropolis of the United States. By a Gentleman residing in this City. Folding map engraved by Peter Maverick, linen-backed. 12mo, full orange levant morocco, gilt top, uncut, by Stikeman. New York, 1807
FINE COPY. Scarce with the map, which in the present instance is in fine condition.
195. Another copy with the map. 16mo, original sheep (worn).
Another copy with the map. 16mo, original sheep
197. MONTREAL. Hochelaga Depicta: The Early History and Present State of the City and Island of Montreal. With numerous illustrative engravings. Edited by Newton Bosworth. 12mo, original cloth, uncut. Montreal, 1839
Fine copy of the FIRST EDITION.
198. MOORE (FRANK). Songs and Ballads of the American Revolution. Notes and Illustrations. Woodcut title and fron tispiece. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1856
199. MOULTON (JOSEPH W.). New York 170 Years Ago: With a View and Explanatory Notes. Folding view of New York in 1673. 8vo, half olive straight-grain morocco, gilt top, by The Club Bindery. New York, 1843
FINE COPY. VERY SCARCE.
200. NEW ENGLAND MAP. Nova Belgica et Anglia Nova. With descriptive text. Colored map. Double folio, folded to 4to, and hinged. Bound in half red straight-grain morocco, by StikeBlaeu, 1635
201. MAP. Die Republic Holland oder die Vereinigte Niederlande versertiget von J. G. Schreibern. In color. Size 934x102 inches.
A RARE AND CURIOUS MAP, at the top of which IS AN INSET Map of New ENGLAND, AND AS FAR SOUTH AS VIRGINIA.
202. NEW JERSEY. Alden's New Jersey Register and United States' Calendar for the Year 1811 18mo, red straight-grain morocco, gilt back and corners, gilt top, by Stikeman. Newark, 
203. NEW PARK THEATRE. The Rejected Addresses; together with the Prize Address, presented for the Prize Medal, offered for the Best Address on the Opening of the New Park Theatre in the City of New York. Folding woodcut frontispiece. 12mo, original printed boards, uncut (a little worn, and a few leaves carelessly opened). New York, 1821
FIRST EDITION. The frontispiece is an engraving of the interior of the theatre. Among the competitors for the medal were Charles Sprague, M'Donald Clarke, Samuel Woodworth and others. Charles Sprague was the successful contributor.
204. NEW YORK. MAP. Novi Belgii Novaeque Angliae nec non Pennsylvaniae et partis Virginiae Tabula multis in locis emendata, a Iusto Danckers. Beautifully colored. Double folio, folded to 4to, and bound in half red straight-grain morocco, by Stikeman.
FINE COPY OF THIS RARE MAP, WITH INSET VIEW OF NEW YORK, picturing the Fort, the Church, the Windmill, the Flag, etc., etc.
205. MAP. Novi Belgii Novaeque Angliae nec non partis Virginiae tabula multis in locis emendata, per Nicolaum Visscher. Double folio, folded to 4to, and bound in half red straight-grain morocco, by Stikeman (repaired in folds). [about 1690]
A RARE MAP, UN COLORED, WITH INSET VIEW OF NIEUW AMSTERDAM.
206. Belgii Pars Septentrionalis communi nomine Vulgo Hollandia, etc. Colored map. By Peter Schenck. Double folio, folded to 4to, and bound in half red straight-grain morocco, by Stikeman. [about 1705]
EXTREMELY SCARCE. With two inset maps, ONE OF WHICH CONTAINS A VIEW OF NIEW AMSTERDAM.''
207. The Charter of the City of New York. Printed by Order of the Mayor, Recorder, Aldermen and Commonalty of the City aforesaid. To which is annexed the Act of the General Assembly confirming the same. Folio, half olive morocco, uncut (two leaves repaired).
New York: Printed by Samuel and John Loudon, 1786 A FINE UNCUT COPY of "The Montgomerie Charter."
THE THIRD NEW YORK CITY DIRECTORY
208. NEW YORK. New York Directory, and Register, for the Year 1789. With the extremely rare folding Plan of the City, silk backed. 12mo, crushed red levant morocco, beautifully gilt tooled back and sides, gilt edges, some lower edges uncut. By the Club Bindery. In slip case.
New York: Printed for Hodge, Allen and Campbell, 1789 A CHOICE COPY OF THE THIRD NEW YORK DIRECTORY, WHICH IS RARER THAN THE FIRST, AS THIS IS APPARENTLY THE ONLY COPY TO BE OFFERED IN THE LAST QUARTER CENTURY. A few slight shavings are noticed on some leaves, but otherwise this copy is as crisp and fresh as when issued. THE RARE PLAN OF THE CITY IS IN MOST DESIRABLE STATE, having been wisely backed with silk, thus preserving it, and two small tears skilfully repaired.