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Portraits of Andre, Arnold, Paulding, etc., folio, un-
Printed on heavy plate paper.



25 Copies printed.

Philadelphia, 1865

/250 13 ANDRE. DUNLAP, WILLIAM. ANDRE; a Tragedy in Five Acts, as performed by the Old American Company. New York, March 30, 1798. To which are added authentic documents respecting Major Andre; Letters to Miss Seward, etc. Fine proof portrait of Dunlap inserted. 8vo. half morocco. New York, 1798

Morrell, $20; Roche, $18.

1500 14 ANDRE. Minutes of a Court of Inquiry upon the case of Major John Andre, with accompanying documents, published in 1780, by order of Congress. With an Additional Appendix. Edited by Franklin B. Hough. Portrait, with 14 Plates inserted, including rare Portraits of Andre, Arnold, etc.; also original autograph signature of Major Andre. Small 4to, half morocco, gilt top,


Albany, 1865


15 ANDRE. SARGENT, WINTHROP. Life and Career of Major John Andre, Adjutant General of the British Army in North America. Portrait. Thick 8vo; cloth, uncut.

Boston, 1861


Fisher, $15; Morrell, $12; Fowle, $11; Whitmore, $8.50; Roche, $8.

1200 16 ANDRE. SMITH, JOSHUA HETT. An Authentic Narrative of the Causes which led to the Death of Major Andre, Adjutant-General of his Majesty's Forces in North America. To which is added a Monody on the Death of Major Andre, by Miss Seward. Fine portrait of Andre, View of his Monument in Westminister Abbey

and Map. 8vo, boards, uncut, rough edges. Fine

clean copy: very rare.

London, 1808

Morrell, $21; Fisher, $14.50, Roche, calf, $11.50.

17 ARCHENHOLTZ, J. M. VON. HISTORY OF THE PIRATES, FREEBOOTERS, OR BUCCANEERS OF AMERICA. Translated from the German. By George Mason, Esq. Small 8vo, boards, uncut, rough edges. London, 1807

18 ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH. Report of the Proceedings at a Banquet given to Mr. Cyrus W. Field, by the Chamber of Commerce of New York, at the Metropolitan Hotel, November 15th, 1863. Portraits of C. W. Field, Peter Cooper, General Grant, and Admiral Farragut, and other Plates inserted. Also, Original Call for a Meeting of the American Geographical Society, “to coöperate with Dr. Hayes in organizing an Expedition to the Arctic Seas," signed by C. W. Field, Henry Grinnell, Peter Cooper, etc. 4to. New York, 1866


19 AUSTIN, James T. Life of Elbridge Gerry. With Contemporary Letters. To the close of the American Revolution. Portrait and Fuc-simile. 2 vols. 8vo, boards,




uncut, rough edges.

Fine, tall copy; very rare in uncut condition.

Boston, 1828-229


AILY, J. T. Historical Sketch of the City of Brooklyn
and the Surrounding Neighborhood, including the vil-
lage of Williamsburgh and the towns of Bushwick,
Flatbush, Flatlands, New Utrecht and Gravesend. To
which is added an Interesting Account of the Battle of
Long Island. Compiled from the best authorities.
12mo. Scarce.

Brooklyn: Published by the Author, 1840


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Records of Patriotism and Love of

Country. 8vo, half green morocco; gilt back.


Washington, 1826

600 22 BANCRoft, George. POEMS. Fine Portrait on India paper, and View of his residence at Northampton,


Mass., inserted. 12mo, pp. 77; half morocco, gilt top,


Very scarce.

Davis, $41; Whitmore, $17.50.

Cambridge, 1823

900 23 BANCROFT, GEORGE. Memorial Address on the Life and and Character of Abraham Lincoln, delivered at the request of both Houses of the Congress of America, before them in the House of Representatives at Washington, on the 12th of February, 1866. 15 Portraits, all different, of President Lincoln, inserted; also beautiful proof portrait and fine autograph letter of Bancroft. 4to, half morocco, gilt top, uncut. Washington, 1866


2524 BARBER, JOHN W. and E. G.

torial American Scenes; with a Chronological Table of

Historical, Poetical and Pic

Important Events in the Secession War.
numerous woodcuts. 12mo, uncut.

Map and


New Haven, n. d.

25 BARLOW, JOEL. The Columbiad: a Poem. Beautiful Portrait of Barlow, and numerous Plates by Smirke, engraved by Heath, Bromley, etc. With three fine and rare Portraits and interesting Autograph Letter, 2 pp. 4to (1811,) of the Author inserted. Half green morocco, gilt top, uncut. Philadelphia, 1807 Splendid copy, entirely free from stains, and of excessive rarity in uncut condition. Contains also the Fac-simile of the Signatures to the Declaration of Independence, often wanting.

/300 26 BARNUM, H. L. The Spy Unmasked; or, Memoirs of Enoch Crosby, alias Harvey Birch: being an Authentic Ac

count of the Secret Services which he rendered his
country during the Revolutionary War.

(Taken from

his own lips, in short hand), etc. Portrait and Plates.
8vo, half green morocco, gilt top, uncut.

New York, 1828

Wight, extra Plates, $14.50: Morrell, extra Plates, $11; Whitmore,

$8.50; Fisher, $6.

27 BARTLETT, JOHN RUSSELL. History of the Destruction of His Britannic Majesty's Schooner Gaspee in Narragansett Bay, on the 10th June, 1772. Accompanied by the Correspondence connected therewith. Roy. Svo., uncut. Providence, 1861

Wight, $4.00.

28 BARTON, WILLIAM. Memoirs of the late David Rittenhouse, L.L.D., F. R. S., interspersed with various notices of many distinguished men. Portrait. 8vo, boards, unPhil. 1813


29 BARTRAM, WILLIAM. Travels through North and South. Carolina, Georgia, East and West Florida, the Cherokee Country, etc.; containing an Account of the Soil and Natural Productions of those regions; together with Observations on the Manners of the Indians. Plates. Second Edition. 8vo, boards, uncut, rough edges. London, 1794

Wight, $4.75; Fisher, half calf, $4.25; Morrell, $3.75.

30 BEACON HILL. A Local Poem, Historic and Descriptive, with Notes. View of the Monument on Beacon Hill, Boston, inserted; 4to, pp. 56, uncut, rough edges. Very


Fine, clean copy.

Boston, 1797.

81 BELKNAP, JEREMY. History of New Hampshire, comprehending the events of one complete century from the

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discovery of the River Pascataqua. Map. 3 vols. 8vo.

boards, uncut, rough edges.

Slightly stained: volume 3 wants cover.

Dover, N. H., 1812

Price $4.50 per vol.; Whitmore, $2.50 per vol.



Life and Writings of James

Gordon Bennett, Editor of the New York Herald.
Woodcuts, with Portrait of Bennett inserted. 12mo.
pp. 64.
New York, 1844

This scurrilous pamphlet is extremely rare, having been rigidly sup-


read before the Historical Society of the State of New
York, December 31, 1816. Illustrated by the insertion
of 15 rare plates, including Portraits of Gen. Schuyler,
Hendrick Hudson, etc., and Views of Nieuw Amster-
dam, Hell Gate, Lake George, the Battery, Park
Place, with curious old Map engraved by Tiebout, etc.
8vo, half green morocco, gilt top. Very rare.

New York, 1817

First Edition. Presentation Copy from Egbert Benson, with his autograph, and numerous manuscript corrections.

250 34 Benson, Egbert. DUTCH AND INDIAN NAMES.


read before the Historical Society of the State of New York, December 31, 1816. Second Edition, with Notes. 12mo, half morocco, gilt top, uncut, rough edges ; rare.

Roche, $10; Morrell, $5.

Jamaica, 1825

/300 35 [BEVERLY, RICHARD.] History of Virginia, in four parts. I. The History of the First Settlement of Virginia, and the Government thereof, to the year 1706. II. The natural Productions and Conveniences of the Country, suited to Trade and Improvement. III. The Native Indians and inhabitants, their Religion, Laws and Customs in War and Peace. IV. The Present State of the Country, &c. By a native of the place. Second

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