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FINE AND SCARCE.
IS NO OTHER COPY KNOWN.
THE ONLY COPY KNOWN OF VIEW OF BOSTON. 294. BOSTON. A View of Castle William by Boston in New England. This Castle was built by Collonell Romer A. D. 1724 by Order of the General Assembley. Line. Rectangle, size 1148x 12 9/16 inches. Backed with linen and bound in royal 8vo, full roan.
IN IMPORTANCE, INTEREST AND RARITY THIS IS SECOND ONLY TO THE BRADFORD MAP. Mr. Andrews rightly believed it to be unique, AS THERE
Stauffer ascribes the print to PAUL REVERE (No. 2680) but it is evidently before his time, and probably contemporary. The work strongly resembles the few known prints published by Wm. Burgis about 1730 and is probably by Thomas Johnston.
(SEE ILLUSTRATION] 295. - A North View of Castle William in the Harbour of Boston. From the Mass. Magazine for 1789. A little spotted. (By S. Hill). Stauffer, 1397.
RARE. 296. Prospect von Boston gegen der Bucht am Hafen. Gravé par F. X. Habermann. Se vend a Augsbourg. Line. Oblong folio.
297. View of the Seat of his Excellency John Hancock, Esqr. Boston. 8vo. Signed: Hill, del et Sculpt. From the Mass. Magazine for July, 1789.
298. — View of the Old Brick Meeting House in Boston, 1808. Engraved by J. Kidder, after I. R. Smith. Tipped at corners. Stauffer 1643.
SCARCE. 299. BUNKER'S HILL BATTLE. Aquatint, small circle, snuff-box size, beautifully colored.
VERY SCARCE. 300. CARICATURE, American Colonies Lost. Britannia, on rock in sea, with upraised battle-ax and knife about to dismember herself. At her feet, spear and liberty-cap; in left background, naval battle; to right, on eminence, Gallic Cock. Mezzotint. Small folio.
A BRILLIANT AND PERFECT UNLETTERED PROOF. Reproduced in R. T. E. Halsey's “Boston Port Bill."
301. The Repeal; or, the Funeral of Miss Americ-Stamp. Etching. Oblong folio.
303. — The Tea-Tax-Tempest; or, the Anglo-American Revolution, 1778. Line. Folio.
FINE IMPRESSION. SCARCE.
304. CHARLESTON, S. C. View of Charles Town from on board the Bristol. Comm. Sir Peter Parker, Knt. &c. taken after the attack on Fort Sulivan. June 29, 1776. Etching. Small folio.
VERY SCARCE. 305. CONSTITUTION AND GUERRIERE. The English frigate Warrior Captur'd by the American frigate Constitution. Baujean sculp. A Paris, chez Jean. Etching. Folio. Slight repair at top.
VERY SCARCE. 306. COOKE (GEORGE FREDERICK). Mr. Cooke. graved by I. Whessell, from a Drawing by I. Corbett. London, June 4, 1804, by John R. Thompson. With it is a small view of Cooke's Tomb in St. Paul's, by H. Adlard.
PRINTED IN COLORS. FINE AND VERY SCARCE.
307. COOPER, (THOMAS). Thos. Cooper, Esqr. Wood Pinxt-D. Edwin, sct. Printed by C. P. Harrison. (In the character of Hamlet). Oval, in rectangle. Stipple. Small 4to. Fielding 45. FIRST STATE.
VERY FINE AND SCARCE.
308. CUNNINGHAM (CAPT.). Engraved from the Original Sketch . . . stuck up in the English Coffee House at Dunkirk. Etching. Octavo.
This portrait of Capt. Gustavus Cunningham, Naval Officer in the Revolutionary War, is EXCESSIVELY SCARCE.
309. ENGRAVINGS BY S. HILL. View of the Court House in Salem, Mass.; View of the Colleges at Cambridge, Mass.; S. W. View of the State House in Boston; View of Faneuil Hall; View of Christ's Church, Cambridge, Mass. 5 pieces. 8vo.
VERY SCARCE. From the Massachusetts Magazine.
310. ENGRAVINGS BY TIEBOUT. An E. View of Trinity Church, N. York. Engraved after I. Anderson. From the New York Magazine for Jan. 1790; A View of the present Seat of his Excel. the Vice President of the United States. From the New York Magazine for June, 1790; View of Columbia College. Engraved after Anderson. From the New York Magazine for May, 1790. Tipped on mounts.
311. INDIAN KING. Tee Yee Neen Ho Ga Row. Keyser vande ses Nation. One of the four Kings of India, who on ye 2 May, 1710, were admitted by her Majesty'ye Queen, etc. P. Schenck exc. Amst. C. P. Mezzotint. Quarto.
FINE IMPRESSION. VERY SCARCE.
312. JONES (JOHN PAUL). Dessiné par C. J. Notté-Gravé par Carl Guttenberg. Commodore au Service des Etats-Unis de I'Amerique, tel qu'il était dans le combat. ... Contre le Capt. Pearson le bon home Richard . . . le Serapis, etc. A Paris, chez Guttenberg. Line. Folio.
FINE IMPRESSION. VERY SCARCE.
313. LAFAYETTE. Peint par L le Paon-Gravé par N. le Mire. Conclusion De La Compagne De 1781 en Virginie. Line. Folio. Rubbed in lower margin.
314. LEE (CHARLES). General Major beij der Provincial Armee in America. Crude etching. Octavo.
EXCESSIVELY SCARCE. 315. DEATH OF MONTCALM. Mort Du Marquis De Montcalm Gozon. Vateau delineavit—Gravé par G. Chevillet. A Paris chez Le Noir, etc. Line. Oblong. Large folio.
316. BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS. Dessiné par Hthe. Laclotte-Gravé par P. L. Debucourt. Defeat of the British Army, 12000 strong, under the command of Sir Edward Packenham by Major General Andrew Jackson, January 8th, 1815. Aquatint. Large folio. Very slight injury in upper right margin.
FINE COPY OF AN EXCESSIVELY SCARCE PRINT.
317. VIEW ON THE NORTH RIVER. Painted by J. Shaw –Engraved by J. Hill. Published by M. Carey & Son, Philadelphia. Aquatint. THE FIRST ISSUE, 1820. Upright folio. Stauffer, 1343.
A BEAUTIFUL PRINT. FINE COLORING. 318. PENN'S TREATY WITH THE INDIANS. When he founded the Province of Pennsylvania. Benj. West Pinxit-J. Boydell excudit, 1775. John Hall sculp. Line. Folio.
VERY SCARCE. 319. Guillaume Penn Traite Avec Les Indiens Etablissant la Province
1680. Bent. West Pinxit.-D. Sculp. A Paris Chez Le Rouge. Line. Upright folio.
320. PUTNAM (ISRAEL). General Major beij den Provincialen in America. Crude etching. Octavo.
A RARE REVOLUTIONARY CARICATURE BY PAUL REVERE 321. REVERE (PAUL). A Picturesque View of the State of Great Britain for 1780. 4to, with text of 8 explanations beneath.
THIS EXCESSIVELY RARE CARICATURE IS ATTRIBUTED TO PAUL REVERE and represents I. The Commerce of Great Britain in the figure of a Milch Cow; II. The American Congress sawing off her horns, which are her natural strength and defence; .. VI. A distant view of Clinton and Arnold in New York, concerting measures for the fruitless scheme of en.
slaving America-Arnold, sensible of his guilt, drops his head and weeps,” etc.
The print has been tipped on all four corners; a small piece has been torn from the upper margin, and the left end is a trifle frayed.
322. Line Engraving “The able Doctor, or America Swallowing the Bitter Draught.” Signed: P. Revere Sculp. Size 578x 418 inches. Mounted. The top line has been trimmed away.
A RARE REVERE PRINT, illustrating America, in the form of a helpless woman, held on the ground by her captors, while tea is being poured down her throat. In the distance Boston is being cannonaded. 323. State of Massachusetts Bay. Treasurer's Note for £10. Febʼy 25, 1777. Signed by H. Gardner, Treasurer and by William Cooper and N. Appleton; (another] printed date May 25, 1777, signed by Henry Garden, Receiver General and Abr. Fuller.' (2)
ASCRIBED TO PAUL REVERE FROM THE SIMILARITY OF THE WORK.
324. State of Massachusetts Bay. Treasurer's Note for £40. March 17, 1777. Signed by D. Jeffries and H. J. Hill.
325. State of Massachusetts Bay. Treasurer's Note for £38.4.0. Dec. 1, 1777. Signed by H. Gardner, I. Scollay, Eze. Price, and I. Boyer.
326. State of Massachusetts Bay. Treasurer's Note for £17. Dec. 1, 1777. Signed as in previous item. 327.
State of Massachusetts Bay. Treasurer's Note for £15. June 1, 1779. Signed by H. Gardner, I. Scollay and Edward Green.
328. State of Massachusetts Bay. Treasurer's Note for £3201.3.6. Jan. 1, 1780, in favor of COL. PAUL REVERE. Signed by H. Gardner, Thos. Dawes and R. Cranch.
329. FURNESS (J. M., Sct.). State of Massachusetts Bay. Treasurer's Note for £350 Jan. 1, 1780. Signed as in previous item.
330. State of Massachusetts Bay. Treasurer's Note for £212. Signed as in two previous items.
331. TREASURER'S NOTE. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Treasury Note for £27. Jan. 1, 1791. Signed by Alex. Hodgdon.
332. SAVANNAH, GA. Two very well-executed WATER-COLOR MAPS of Savannah and its environs, probably by a French engineer officer at the time. . (2)
IN EXCELLENT CONDITION.
333. THOMSON (JAMES). Engraved Portrait. Line engraving by J. Norman, signed. Bust on pedestal, face almost front. Size 512x3/4 inches.
[Philadelphia, 1777] Frontispiece to “The Seasons." Scarce. S. 2346.
334. WATTS (ISAAC). Engraved Portrait. Line engraving by Jas. Turner. Head to left; in Clerical Robe, holding a book. Name and Latin motto beneath.
Boston, 1746 RARE. Frontispiece to “Sermons on Various Subjects.” 8. 3329. 335. WILMINGTON AND THE DELAWARE. Perspective View of the Country between Wilmington and the Delaware. Taken from the Hill S. W. of the Academy. Line. Oblong. Small folio.
(Engraved for the Columbian Magazine.) 336. WOLFE (GEN. JAMES). Line Engraving of "Der General Wolfe.” Engraved by Carl Guttenberg, after the painting by Benjamin West. Size 1112x838 inches.
In this item are THREE DIFFERENT STATES OF THE PLATE, one, PROOF BEFORE ALL LETTERS, with the figures reversed; another, OPEN-LETTER PROOF, with the engraver's and artist's names (2 copies); and the third with inscription of two lines beneath the title (2 copies). 5 pieces in all, one somewhat water-stained. 337. DEATH OF WOLFE. Painted by B. West-Engraved by Theod. Falckeyson. Is sold in Basil. . . Augsburg. Line. Oblong folio.
NEW YORK CITY
THE FAMOUS BRADFORD MAP 338. THE BRADFORD MAP. A PLAN OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK FROM AN ACTUAL SURVEY. MADE BY JAMES LYNE. Line. Rectangle. Size 18x22 5/6 inches.
A FINE AND PERFECT EXAMPLE. Another copy, in bad condition, varnished and cracked, is in the New York Historical Society, and one is in the office of the Commissioner of Public Works. IT IS THE EARLIEST, RAREST, AND MOST INTERESTING MAP OF THE CITY KNOWN, and in almost perfect preservation, with UNCUT MARGINS. Engraved, probably in 1731, lightly and delicately on thin laid paper, on which an ornament including a fleur-de-lis and the letters: “F. A. G.” can be distinguished. It is familiar to collectors from the many reproductions that have been made. MR. ANDREWS JUSTLY CONSIDERED IT THE MOST IMPORTANT ITEM IN HIS COLLECTION, and a copy of each of his books "Th Bradfo Map" and "James Lyne's Survey” is included. This map is very fully described in Mr. Stokes' “Iconography of N. Y. City,” Vol. I, p. 254. 339. A PLAN OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. Line. Rectangle. Size 673x85/8 inches. From the Hibernian Magazine, Dublin, 1776.
VERY SCARCE. 340. NEW YORK FROM WEEHAWK. Printed by M. Williams, No. 49 Sulivan Street, New York. Oblong folio. Lithographed by A. J. Davis, who being dissatisfied with the print erased his name from most impressions.
VERY SCARCE. 341. AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY. Depository, Nassau Street. A. J. Stansbury, del-Rawdon, Clark & Co. Line. Rec. tangle. 29/16x3 13/16 inches.
NO OTHER COPY KNOWN TO COMPILER.