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Prison, Hoogland, sc., 1814. From the American Impartial History, engraved by John Norman, are portraits of Samuel Adams, Franklin, Gates, Greene, Hancock, Knox, Lafayette, Benjamin Lincoln, Washington (Hart 759), and Wayne. From the English Impartial History, are Gates, Hancock, Sir Richard and Sir William Howe, Montgomery, Putnam, Washington (Hart 760), and Wooster. Other portraits of considerable rarity are: The Unfortunate Major André, by R. P.; Arnold-chez Esnauts et Rapilly; Dr. Samuel Bard-W. Main, sc.; Major John Ferguson, A SCARCE LITHOGRAPH, INDIA PROOF BEFORE ALL LETTERS; Franklin-Voyez Junior, Sculp.; Andrew Jackson, by Longacre, OPEN LETTER PROOF, WITH INSCRIPTION, Stauffer, 2019; Gen. John Lamb, by Gimbrede; John H. Livingston, INDIA PROOF by S. H. Gimber; Cotton Mather, by Pelham, ORIGINAL IMPRESSION (cut down); Bishop Benjamin Moore, INDIA PROOF by Paradise; Henry Rutger, by C. C. Wright; Edmund Simpson, FINE INDIA PROOF by Illman; Vesputius, by Crispin de Passe, and Dr. Witherspoon, by T. Trotter. Among the more important Autograph Letters, are: George Clinton to Richard Varick; Cadwallader Colden; Dr. David Hosack to Col. Trumbull; Rufus King; S. F. B. Morse; Gouverneur Morris to Simeon De Witt; Timothy Pickering, Nov. 16, 1779, to P. Van Rensselaer on War matters; James Rivington; Thomas Sully, mentioning his "Musidora," and his portrait of Col. Albert; Richard Varick, Oct. 25, 1776, War Letter, and Marinus Willett to Gov. Clinton.
AN UNUSUALLY GOOD EXAMPLE OF DISCRIMINATION AND TASTE IN EXTRA
178. Washington's Inauguration. 4to, full crimson crushed levant morocco, gilt edges, dentelle borders, by Smith and Mansell, original paper covers bound in. New York, 1889
EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 26 fine portraits, views, etc., including New York, Governor's Island, etc., published Nov. 1, 1776; Washington, Hamilton, Philip Schuyler, John Jay, and De Witt Clinton, by Leney; Fisher Ames, by Boyd; Thomas Jefferson, by Neagle; Benjamin Rush, by Edwin; Sir Peter Warren, published by Fuller; Mrs. Madison, by Goodman and Piggot, etc.
WITH MANUSCRIPT TRANSLATION BY HENRY C. MURPHY
179. LAMBRECHTSEN (N. C.). Korte Beschrijving van de Ontdekking en der verdere Lotgevallen van Nieuw-Nederland, etc. Fine folding map. Tall 8vo, half brown straight-grain morocco, gilt top, uncut, by Stikeman.
Te Middelburg: S. Van Bentham, 
A concise account of the discovery and subsequent history of the colony of New Netherland. Accompanying the above is the MANUSCRIPT TRANSLATION of this work, by Henry C. Murphy, written on 51 quarto leaves, with an inlaid portrait, bound in half red straight-grain morocco, by The Club Bindery.
180. [LAS CASAS (BARTHOLOMEW DE).] De Spaensche Tiranye. Gheschiet in Nederlant. Waer inne te sien is Die onmenschelicke en wreede handelingen der Spangiaerden, etc. Title within engraved border and 20 engraved plates. Amsterdam, 1641; [also bound in] Den Vermeerden Spieghel Spaensche tierannije geschiet in Westindien waerin te sien is de onmenschelijke wreede seyten der Spanjarden met samen de beschryvinge der selver lant en volcken aert en natur, etc. Title within engraved border, and 18 plates. Amsterdam, 1640. In one volume, small 4to, crushed chocolate levant morocco, gilt back and sides; doublure of red levant morocco, gilt borders, by R. W. Smith. In case.
t'Amsterdam: Door de VVeduwe van Cornelis Lodoxijck,
FINE COPY OF THESE TWO RARE PIECES.
PRINTED IN BLACK LETTER.