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engravings by Alfred Crowquill and John Phillips and 33 woodcuts. 8vo, full calf, gilt (somewhat rubbed). London, 1839


224. DISCOVERY concerning Ghosts, 1864; The Political Alphabet, London, n. d. Illustrations by Cruikshank. Harper's Magazine containing the suppressed "Trilby" material; The Affecting History of the Duchess of C... N. Y. 1823; and others. 11 pieces, various sizes, paper.

225. DOBSON (AUSTIN). William Hogarth. Numerous illus trations. Royal 8vo, half green morocco, gilt backs, gilt top, uncut. New York, 1891

226. DODDRIDGE (JOSEPH). Notes on the Settlement and Indian Wars, of the Western Parts of Virginia & Pennsylvania from the year 1763 until the year 1783 inclusive. (Foxed and somewhat stained.) Wellsburgh, Va., 1824


227. DODDRIDGE (JOSEPH). Notes on the Settlement and Indian Wars of the Western Parts of Virginia and Pennsylvania. 12mo, boards, leather back, uncut. Albany, 1876 Narrative of Mr. John Dodge during Reproduced in facsimile. 4to, boards, Cedar Rapids: The Torch Press, 1909 Limited to 63 copies. Inserted is a letter, signed by C. M. Burton, the editor of the book, with a note by Wilberforce Eames beneath.

228. DODGE (JOHN). his Captivity in Detroit. cloth back.

229. DORAN (DR.). . A Collected Set of FIRST EDITIONS of the Works of Dr. John Doran. 26 vols. 8vo and 12mo, original cloth, uncut. London, 1852-81

All FIRST EDITIONS and an unusually complete set. A few of the volumes are shaken in binding, but the set as a whole is in very good condition, and includes:

Filia Dolorosa, 2 vols., 1852.

Table Traits, 1854.

Habits and Men, 1854.

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230. DORAN (DR. JOHN). A. N. S., 1 p. 8vo, Holland Park, Nov. 30, 1867. To C. L. Banks. With 2 portraits. 3 pieces.

231. DORAN (DR.). A Lady of the Last Century (Mrs. Elizabeth Montague): illustrated in her unpublished letters; collected and arranged, with a Biographical Sketch and a Chapter. FIRST EDITION. 8vo, original cloth. London, 1873

232. DORAN (DR. JOHN). Lives of the Queens of England of the House of Hanover. 2 vols. 8vo, full brown calf, gilt back, gilt edges, by Zaehnsdorf. London, 1875

EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 80 portraits and plates, some of which are on India paper.

233. DORE PLATES. The Legend of Croquemitaine and the Chivalric Times of Charlemagne. 177 woodcuts by Gustave Doré. 4to, half morocco (worn).

London, n. d.

234. DORSEY (GEORGE A.). Indians of the Southwest. Illustrated. 1903; Brief Account of Murders by the Indians and the Cause Thereof, in Northampton County, Penn. (Mickley), 1875. In one volume. 12mo, half red morocco. V. p., v. d.

235. DOUGLAS (ROBERT B.). Sophie Arnould, Actress and Wit. 7 copperplates by Adolphe Lalauze. 8vo, cloth, uncut.

Paris, 1898

236. DOUGLAS (WILLIAM). A Summary, Historical and Political of the First Planting, Progressive Improvements and present State of the British Settlements in North America. [Vol. 1 only, lacks last 3 leaves.] Square 8vo, old figured boards (loose), Boston, 1749


With autograph of Samuel Smith, author of the First American History of New Jersey, on the title. The map is wanting as usual. 237. DOYLE( RICHARD). Manners and Customs of ye Englyshe. To which be added some extracts from Mr. Pips hys Diary, by Percival Leigh. Illustrations by Doyle. FIRST EDITION. Oblong 8vo, half red morocco. [London, 1849] 238. DRAKE (DANIEL). Natural and Statistical View, or Picture of Cincinnati and the Miami Country. With an Appendix, containing Observations on The late Earthquakes, the Aurora Borealis, and Southwest Wind. 2 folding maps (library stamp on one map). 12mo, original boards, uncut (hinges cracked).

FIRST EDITION, very scarce in uncut state. Cincinnati, 1815 239. DRAKE (FRANCIS S.). The Indian Tribes of the United States. Profusely illustrated with fine plates, some in colors. 2 vols. large 4to, half leather. Philadelphia, 1891 Laid in is an Autograph Letter Signed from the author to Benson J. Lossing, with an engraving of St. Philip's Church, Charlestown. 240. DRAKE (SAMUEL G.). Biography and History of the Indians of North America; also A History of their Wars. Third Edition, with large additions and corrections. Portraits and illustrations. 8vo, half leather, gilt top. Bost. 1834

241. DRAKE (SAMUEL G.). The Old Chronicle; . . . . to which are added marginal notes and Chronicles. Illustrations. (2 copies.) 16mo, cloth.

Bost. 1836

242. DRAKE (SAMUEL G.). Biography and History of the Indians of North America; also, A History of their Wars. Portraits and illustrations. 8vo, half leather (binding rubbed).

Bost. 1837 243. DRAKE (SAMUEL G.). Indian Captivities, or Life in the Wigwam. Illustrated. 12mo, half red morocco, gilt top (slightly foxed).

Auburn, 1851

244. [DRAKE (SAMUEL G.).] Notice of William Thaddeus Harris, Esq., prepared for and published in the January number of the N. E. Historical and Genealogical Register for 1855. Square 8vo, wrappers. Boston, 1855

Autograph presentation copy from the author to J. Wingate Thornton. 245. DRAKE (SAMUEL G.). The History and Antiquities of Boston. . . . from its settlement in 1630, to the year 1770. Folding views, facsimiles and other illustrations. Royal 8vo, boards, uncut. Boston, 1856

Inserted is an A. L. S. by the author to Charles C. Moreau, on literary


246. DRAKE (SAMUEL G.). Result of the Researches among the British Archives for information relative to The Founders of New England: Made in the Years 1858, 1859 and 1860. Map and portraits. Small 4to, cloth. Bost. 1860

Autograph Presentation copy from Mr. Drake to C. C. Moreau, with inscription. Laid in is A. L. S. of Mr. Drake to C. C. Moreau, regarding "The Croakers," one of the publications of the Bradford Club.

247. DRAKE (SAMUEL G.). A Brief Memoir of Sir Walter Ralegh. Portrait. Square 8vo, cloth.


Bost. Printed for the Author for Private Distribution, 1862 Presentation copy from the author with inscription, laid in is a one page A. L. S. of the author.

248. DRAKE (SAMUEL G.). The Witchcraft Delusion in New England: its Rise, Progress, and Termination, etc. 3 vols. 4to, wrappers, uncut. Roxbury, 1866

One of 280 copies.

249. DRAKE (SAMUEL G.). A Particular History of the Five Years French and Indian War in New England and Parts Adjacent. With portrait and engravings. Small 4to, cloth, gilt top, Albany, 1870


250. DRAKE (SAMUEL G.). Early History of Georgia, embracing the Embassy of Sir Alexander Cuming to the Country of the Cherokees in the Year 1730. Folding map. Small 4to, wrapBoston, 1872


251. DRAKE (SAMUEL G.). The Aboriginal Races of North America: comprising Biographical Sketches of Eminent Individuals and an Historical Account of the Different Tribes. Royal 8vo, cloth. N. Y. [1880]


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252. DU BARRY (MARIE, Countess). Autograph Obligation, Signed, for the amount of 1101 livres. 4 lines, Louveciennes, Dec. 29, 1788; also, 14 portraits of her, including 2 proofs before letters on India Paper, and a rare portrait engraved after J. Bonneville. 15 pieces.

A very scarce autograph of the Mistress of Louis XV.

253. DU BARTAS (GUILLAUME DE SALUSTE). Bartas, his Deuine Weekes & Workes. Translated and Dedicated to the Kings most excellent Maiestie by Iosvah Sylvester. Engraved title, large arms of the Earl of Essex, ornaments, etc. Small 4to, full brown levant morocco, gilt back, inside dentelles, gilt edges, by Pratt. [London: Humphrey Lownes, 1605]

Second Edition. This curious volume of Poetry consists of several works. The Third Part of the Second Day of the Second Week,—“The Colonies"-goes into the question of the peopling of the world, and devotes some pages to the question "How the New Found World came peopled," and the "wonders of the New Found World.' Among the Commendatory Verses are some by Ben Jonson, Samuel Daniel, John Davies (of Hereford), etc.

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254. DU HAUSSET (MADAME). The Private Memoirs of Madame du Hausset, Lady's Maid to Madame de Pompadour. 8vo, boards, cloth back, paper label, uncut.

London: Printed for Effingham Wilson, 1825

255. DUNCAN (JOHN M.). Travels through part of the United States and Canada in 1818 and 1819. 2 vols. 12mo, original calf. First American Edition. New York, 1823

256. EARLY BOSTON IMPRINT. Martyrology: or, a brief Account of the Lives, Sufferings and Death of those two Holy Martyrs, viz: Mr. John Rogers and Mr. John Bradford . . . who were burnt at Smithfield, etc. 32mo, stitched, uncut.

Boston: Printed by S. Kneeland and T. Green, 1736 Scarce. Not in Sabin. Evans locates only one copy, that in the American Antiquarian Society.

257. EARLY FICTION. Amelia Somers, the Orphan: or, the Buried Alive. By J. K. Ingram. Frontispiece. 12mo, original wrappers (spotted). Boston, 1846

258. EDWARDS (GEORGE). A Natural History of Birds, the most of which have not hitherto been figured or described. Illustrated with 362 beautifully colored plates. 7 vols. 4to, full old green straight-grain morocco (rubbed), gilt edges.

London, 1747-1760

FINE SET OF THIS VERY RARE WORK, with the plates in fine condition, and with the French titles and French and English descriptions in volumes 5, 6, and 7. The balance of the titles are in English alone. It includes the " 'Memoir,'' etc. This copy is said to be on Large Paper. With the bookplate of Charles Henry Turner.

259. EDWARDS (JONATHAN). An Account of the Life of the late Reverend Mr. David Brainerd, Missionary to the Indians .. who Died at Northampton in New England Octo. 9, 1747. 8vo, half blue morocco, gilt top (blank portion of title torn away at top). Boston: Printed for and Sold by D. Henchman, 1749


260. EGAN (PIERCE). The Life of an Actor. The Poetical Descriptions by T. Greenwood. With the fine series of 27 brilliantly colored full-page plates by Theodore Lane, and woodcuts by Thompson. Tall 8vo, full dark red levant morocco, gilt top, uncut, by Root. London, 1825

A SUPERB COPY OF THE VERY RARE FIRST EDITION, IN UNCUT CONDITION. 261. EGYPT. Photographs of Monuments, Ruins, Cities, and other scenes in Egypt. 140 prints. Oblong 4to, full vellum, the back and sides handsomely gilt-tooled, with title in colors.

262. ELIOT (GEORGE). How Lisa Loved the King. cloth.

FIRST EDITION of the author's first book.

16mo, Boston, 1869

263. EMORY (COL. W. H.). Notes of a Military Reconnaissance, from Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to San Diego, in California. Maps and full-page plates. 8vo, cloth (shaken).

Washington, 1848

264. EMORY (COL. W. H.). Report on the United States and Mexican Boundary Survey. Map, engravings on steel, copper and stone, some in color. Vol. 1 only. 4to, half red morocco, gilt top. Washington, 1857

265. [ERNESTI (J. H. G.).] Die Wol-eingerichte Buchdrukeren. Illustrated with vignettes of early printers and over 100 woodcuts of Greek, Latin, Hebrew, and German types. Oblong 4to, old calf (blank corner of plate torn away). Nurnberg, 1733 A curious and interesting old work on the art of printing.

266. ETHNOLOGY. Chippewa Music. By Frances Densmore. Illustrations. 1910; Maidu Texts. By Roland B. Dixon. Illustrated. 1912. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth.

Washington and Leyden, 1910-1912

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