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An Extraordinary Collection of Bradford, Franklin, Sauer and
other Imprints, including Early Laws and

Indian Treaties.
An Unique Collection of Philadelphia Directories, before 1800,

and Early Almanacs.
State, County and Town Histories, including Thomas' Pennsyl-
vania, Hill's Mississippi Territory, Early Works

by William Penn on Pennsylvania. Works on Heraldry. An Unusual Collection of American

Pamphlets. Early Reports of Canals and Rail Roads.

ALSO,

Rare Early Views in Philadelphia.

TO BE SOLD

Friday Afternoon, Nov. 11, 1910, at 2.30 o'clock,

AND

Saturday Morning and Afternoon, Nov. 12, 1910,

At 10.30 and 2.30 o'clock.

ORDER OF SALE:
First Sitting, Lots 1 to 400 Second Sitting, Lots 401 to 800

Third Sitting, Lots 801 to end

CATALOGUE COMPILED AND

SALE CONDUCTED BY STAN. V. HENKELS.

AT THE BOOK AUCTION ROOMS OF
SAMUEL T. FREEMAN & CO.,

1519-21 CHESTNUT ST., PHILA.

TERMS OF SALE.

Bills must be paid before 12 o'clock on the day after sale. No credit given under any circumstance.

On mail orders, payment must be made on receipt of bill.
Deposits must be made when requested.

All Books are sold so much per volume, and bids mube made accordingly.

Bids faithfully executed by the Auctioneer without extra charge for those who cannot attend sale.

For purchasers or their agents present at the sale, Books are sold as they are, without recourse. On mail orders, Books are guaranteed as catalogued.

Books purchased through bids executed by us and not up to description in catalogue must be returned within fifteen days from date of sale.

In all cases of disputed bids, the Auctioneer reserves the right of ro-selling the lot in question.

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