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BRADFORD CLUB. The Northern Invasion of October, 1780. A Series of Papers relating to the Expeditions from Canada under Sir John Johnson and others against the Frontiers of New York which were supposed to have connection with Arnold's Treason. Prepared from the originals by Franklin B. Hough. Frontispiece. Royal 8vo, half morocco, gilt top, uncut. N. Y. 1866

Club copy, one of 80 printed. Autograph presentation copy from John B. Moreau.

55. BRANDOW (JOHN HENRY). The Story of Old Saratoga and History of Schuylerville. Maps and illustrations. 12mo, cloth. Albany 1900

Contains an excellent account of Burgoyne's invasion.

56. BURGOYNE (LIEUT. GEN. JOHN). A State of the Expedition from Canada, as laid before the House of Commons, with a Collection of authentic Documents. Complete with the 6 folding maps and plans. 4to, half green moLond. J. Almon, 1780

rocco.

THE FIRST AND BEST EDITION, not to be confused with the inferior second edition issued during the same year in octavo form. Laid in are: MILITARY DOCUMENT, SIGNED BY BURGOYNE; Folding map of Burgoyne's position Oct. 10, 1777; and 3 additional illustrations.

57. BURGOYNE (JOHN). Orderly Book of Lieut. Gen. John Burgoyne, from his entry into the State of New York until his Surrender at Saratoga, Oct. 16, 1777. Edited by E. B. O'Callaghan. Map and portraits. Square 8vo, cloth, uncut. Albany: Munsell, 1869

One of 200 copies.

58. BURGOYNE. A Supplement to the State of the Expedition from Canada, containing General Burgoyne's Orders, respecting the principal Movements, and Operations of the Army to the Raising of the Siege of Ticonderoga. 4to, new limp boards, uncut. Lond. 1780 [1865]

One of 75 copies privately reprinted in New York in 1865.

59. BURGOYNE. Political and Military Episodes in the latter half of the Eighteenth Century, derived from the Life and Correspondence of the Right Hon. John Burgoyne. By Edward Barrington de Fonblanque. Portrait, illustrations and maps. 8vo, half morocco, gilt, gilt top, Lond. 1876

uncut.

60. BURGOYNE. In the Footsteps of Burgoyne's Army; General Burgoyne's Defeat and Surrender; Burgoyne's Campaign (De Peyster); Gates v. Burgoyne (De Peyster), and other excerpts. 11 pieces, 8vo, in patent binders.

61. BURGOYNE'S CAMPAIGN. Burgoyne's Sur-
render. Oration by George William Curtis. N. Y., 1877;
The Burgoyne Campaign. Address by John Austin Stevens,
N. Y., 1877; Major Gen. Schuyler and the Burgoyne Cam-
paign in the Summer of 1777. Address by J. W. De
Peyster, N. Y., 1877, and others. 9 pamphlets and ex-
cerpts, each neatly bound in wrappers.

62. BURGOYNE'S CAMPAIGN. The British Invasion
from the North. The Campaigns of Generals Carleton and
Burgoyne from Canada, 1776-1777, with the Journal of
Lieut. William Digby. Illustrated with historical Notes by
James Phinney Baxter. Portrait. Square 8vo, cloth, gilt
top, uncut.
Albany: Munsell, 1887

Fine copy. One of the best histories of Burgoyne's Invasion.

63. BURGOYNE'S INVASION of 1777 (Drake), Bost.
n.d.; A History of Lake Champlain (Crockett), Burling-
ton [1909]; The Colonial Period (Andrews), N. Y., [1912];
In Olde New York (Todd), N. Y. [1907]. 4 vols. 12mo,
cloth.

64. BURNS (ROBERT). Burns Nights in St. Louis;
Burns and English Poetry, Burns and the Prophet Isaiah,
Burns and the Auld Clay Biggin. View Points of Profes-
sor J. L. Lowes, Judge M. N. Sale and Solicitor General
F. W. Lehmann. The Club, the Room, The Burnsiana, the
Nights. By Walter B. Stevens. Portrait and 2 illustra-
tions. 8vo, cloth. St. Louis: Privately Printed [1912]
Presentation copy from W. K. Bixby.

65. BURNS (ROBERT). To Mary in Heaven. With
facsimile, and Introduction by William K. Bixby. 8vo,
boards, uncut.
St. Louis; Privately printed, 1916

Autograph presentation copy from Mr. Bixby. The most beau-
tiful of all the lyrics by Burns and one of the most celebrated
poems ever written.

66. BURROUGHS (JOHN). Wake-Robin. FIRST EDI-
TION. 12mo, cloth.
N. Y. 1871

With a one-page A. L. S. of the author inserted.

67. BURROUGHS (JOHN). Winter Sunshine. FIRST
EDITION. 12mo, cloth.
N. Y. 1876

Inserted is a most interesting 4pp, A. L. S. of the author.
"Tis with our Theological views as with our teeth; we must
shed them young if we want to get a new set that will be sound
and serviceable"
"No, I am not conscious of the slightest

fear of death
beyond."

no ill can can befall me in the grave or

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Birds and Poets. With
12mo, cloth.

N. Y. 1877

69. BURROUGHS (JOHN). Locusts and Wild Honey.
FIRST EDITION. 12mo, cloth.
Bost. 1879

68. BURROUGHS (JOHN).
other Papers. FIRST EDITION.

70. BURROUGHS (JOHN). Signs and Seasons. FIRST
EDITION. 12mo, cloth.
Bost. 1886

71. BURROUGHS (JOHN). Indoor Studies. FIRST
EDITION. 12mo, cloth.
Bost. 1889

72. CAMPBELL (WILLIAM W.). Annals of Tryon
County; or, the Border Warfare of New York during the
Revolution. Map and facsimile. 8vo. original cloth
(faded), paper label.

N. Y. 1831

An unusually clean copy of the rare First Edition.

73. CARADOC PRESS. Goldsmith (Oliver). The
Vicar of Wakefield. Vignette portrait. Printed in red and
black. 8vo, half green levant morocco, gilt top, uncut.
Caradoc Press. 1903

ONE OF 14 COPIES PRINTED ON VELLUM.

74. CARRINGTON (HENRY B.). Battles of the
American Revolution, 1775-1781. Historical and Military
Criticism, with Topographical Illustrations. Maps and
plans. Royal 8vo, half calf, gilt.

N. Y. [1876]

With inscription by the author: "Commenced this volume at
Tarrytown, N. Y., in conference with Washington Irving, in
1846, and completed the same July 4, 1876," etc.

Journal,

75. CARROLL (CHARLES, of Carrollton).
during his Visit to Canada in 1776 as one of the Commis-
sioners from Congress. With a Memoir and Notes by
Brantz Mayer. FIRST EDITION. 8vo, wrappers.

Balto. 1845

Scarce.

Laid in are three photographs showing both sides of
a document signed by all three Commissioners, Carroll, Franklin
and Chase.

76. CARVER (JONATHAN).

Travels through the In-

terior Parts of North America in the Years 1766, 1767 and
1768. Second Edition. Illustrated with portrait, 2 maps,
colored plate and 5 copper-plate engravings, including a
rare view of the Falls of St. Anthony, and 4 plates of In-
dian life. 8vo, cloth, uncut, leather label.
Lond. 1779

ONE OF THE FINEST KNOWN COPIES OF THIS EXTREMELY RARE
EDITION, WITH WIDE MARGINS, AND ROUGH UNCUT EDGES, OFTEN
DESCRIBED AS LARGE PAPER. There is bound in the title of the Third
Edition, Lond. 1781, together with 22 pages of biography of the

author, by John C. Lettsom, and an Index of the Travels, thus forming a complete copy of the Third and Best Edition.

The plates are brilliant impressions, and include all of the extra plates, which consist of a fine mezzotint portrait of the author, a rare colored plate of the Tobacco Plant, besides an additional plate (plain) of the same, not mentioned in the Index. A most desirable copy.

77. CASGRAIN (L'ABBE H. R.). Guerre du Canada. 1756-1760. Montcalm et Lévis. Profusely illustrated. Imp. 8vo, cloth, gilt edges. Tours, 1899.

An interesting and important treatise (in French) on the old French War, with reproductions of maps not often found.

78. CATALOGUE of Mr. John A. Rice's Library, 8vo, boards, cloth back. N. Y. 1870

Priced.

79. CATALOGUE of the Collection of Books and Manuscripts belonging to Mr. Brayton Ives. Facsimiles. 4to, cloth, uncut. N. Y. 1891

One of a special edition printed on Holland paper by the De Vinne Press. Priced in pencil.

80. CAXTON CLUB. Rogers (Robert). Ponteach; or, The Savages of America. A Tragedy. With an Introduction and a Biography of the Author, by Allan Nevins. Portrait. 8vo, half cloth and boards, uncut.

Chicago: Caxton Club, 1914

One of 175 copies on Old Stratford paper. Inserted is a 3pp. A. L. S. of the author relating to the book.

81. CENTURY Cyclopedia of Names. 4to, half morocco (worn). N. Y., 1895

82. CHAMPLAIN (SAMUEL DE). The Voyages and Explorations of Samuel de Champlain (1604-1616) Together with the Voyage of 1603. Edited, with Introduction and Notes by Edward G. Bourne. Illustrated. 2 vols. 12mo, cloth. N. Y. 1906

83. CHAMPLAIN TERCENTENARY.

Extracts of all

the important material from the bulky Report of the Commission. Maps mounted on linen, portraits and illustrations. Royal 8vo, newly bound in buckram, with specially prepared Index. Albany 1911

84. CHARLES I. Holograph Letter of Charles I. Formerly in possession of John Evelyn. Later in the collection of Wm. Upcott and now privately printed for the friends of the present owner. Portrait and facsimile. 8vo, boards, uncut. St. Louis, 1915 One of 200 copies inscribed and presented by Mr. Bixby.

68. BURROUGHS (JOHN). other Papers. FIRST EDITION.

Birds and Poets. With 12mo, cloth.

N. Y. 1877

69. BURROUGHS (JOHN). Locusts and Wild Honey. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, cloth. Bost. 1879

70. BURROUGHS (JOHN). Signs and Seasons. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, cloth. Bost. 1886

71. BURROUGHS (JOHN). Indoor Studies. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, cloth. Bost. 1889

72. CAMPBELL (WILLIAM W.). Annals of Tryon County; or, the Border Warfare of New York during the Revolution. Map and facsimile. 8vo. original cloth (faded), paper label. N. Y. 1831

An unusually clean copy of the rare First Edition.

73. CARADOC PRESS. Goldsmith (Oliver). The Vicar of Wakefield. Vignette portrait. Printed in red and black. 8vo, half green levant morocco, gilt top, uncut. Caradoc Press. 1903

ONE OF 14 COPIES PRINTED ON VELLUM.

74. CARRINGTON (HENRY B.). Battles of the American Revolution, 1775-1781. Historical and Military Criticism, with Topographical Illustrations. Maps and plans. Royal Svo, half calf, gilt. N. Y. [1876]

With inscription by the author: “Commenced this volume at Tarrytown, N. Y., in conference with Washington Irving, in 1846, and completed the same July 4, 1876," etc.

75. CARROLL (CHARLES, of Carrollton).

Journal,

during his Visit to Canada in 1776 as one of the Commissioners from Congress. With a Memoir and Notes by Brantz Mayer. FIRST EDITION. 8vo, wrappers.

Balto. 1845

Scarce. Laid in are three photographs showing both sides of a document signed by all three Commissioners, Carroll, Franklin and Chase.

76. CARVER (JONATHAN).

Travels through the In

terior Parts of North America in the Years 1766, 1767 and 1768. Second Edition. Illustrated with portrait, 2 maps, colored plate and 5 copper-plate engravings, including a rare view of the Falls of St. Anthony, and 4 plates of Indian life. Svo, cloth, uncut, leather label. Lond. 1779

ONE OF THE FINEST KNOWN COPIES OF THIS EXTREMELY RARE EDITION, WITH WIDE MARGINS, AND ROUGH UNCUT EDGES, OFTEN DESCRIBED AS LARGE PAPER. There is bound in the title of the Third Edition, Lond. 1781, together with 22 pages of biography of the

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