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3244 Cincinnati. Drake (Daniel). Dis- 3258 Cincinnati. Nichols (G. W.) The courses delivered before the Cincinnati Med-Cincinnati Organ; with a Brief Description ical Library Association, January 9 and 10, of the Cincinnati Music Hall. 12mo. pp. 82, 1852. Early Physicians and Society of Cin- paper. Cincinnati, 1878. cinnati, and the Origin and Influence of Medical Periodical Literature. 93. Cincinnati, 1862.


3246 3247

Another copy.
Drake (Benj.)
Cincinnati in 1826.
Cincinnati, 1827.


25 Cincinnati Ordinances. Act of Incorporation, and Digest of Ordinances. 12mo. pp. 164, paper. Cincinnati, 1835. 50 3260 Cincinnati Pioneer (The). Edited by John D. Caldwell. Nos. 1 to 6 in one. 8vo. paper. Cincinnati, 18731885.


3261 Scarborough (W. S.) The Cincinnati Law Library Association. An Historical Sketch. 8vo. pp. 53, paper. Cincinnati, 1875. 50.


Stevens (Geo. E.) The City of Cincinnati. A Summary of its Attractions, Advantages, Institutions, etc. Illustrated. 12mo. pp. 216. Cincinnati,

12mo. pp. 35 Drake (Daniel). Natural and Statistical View or Picture of Cincinnati, and the Miami Country. Illustrated by Maps. With an Appendix, containing Observations on the Late Earthquakes, the Aurora Borealis, and South-west Wind. 16mo. pp. 256, boards, uncut. Cincinnati, 1815. 6 00 Sheep. 5.00 and Mansfield (E. D.) Plates. 12mo. pp. 100. 3 00 3248 Another copy. Paper. 2 50 1869. 3249 First Orthodox Congregational Church. Lord (J. K.) Dedication Sermon. 8vo. pp. 22, paper. Cincinnati, 1849. 25 3250 Foote (John P.) The Schools of Cincinnati and its Vicinity. Including Literary and Scientific Institutions. Plates. 8vo. pp. 232. Cincinnati, 1855. 1 00 3251 Goodin (S. H.) Plan for a Direct Railroad South. Map. 8vo. pp. 36, Cincinnati, 1868. 30 3252 In Memoriam, 1881. Proceedings of the Memorial Association. Eulogies at Music Hall, and Biographical Sketches of Many Distinguished Citizens. Portraits. 8vo. pp. 277. Cincinnati, 1881. 2.00

3253 Jones (A. E.) Financial and Commercial Statistics of Cincinnati Past and Present. 8vo. pp. 16, paper. Cincinnati, 1871.

3254 Illustrated. nati and the cinnati, 1879. 3254A



Kenny (D. J.) Cincinnati
A Pictorial Guide to Cincin-
Suburbs. 4to. pp. 204. Cin-

The same. In paper.


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3263 Taft (Alphonso). A Lecture on the University of Cincinnati, its Aims, Needs, and Resources. 8vo. pp. 60, paper. Cincinnati, 1872.


3264 Tunison (J. S.) The Cincinnati, Riot (of March, 1884). Its Causes and Results. 8vo. pp. 93, paper. Cincinnati, 1886.




3265 The Tyler-Davidson Fountain, given by Mr. Henry Probasco to the City of Cincinnati. Illustrated. 12mo. pp. 118. paper, Cincinnati, 1872. Sermon on Witchcraft, delivered March 8, Wilson (Joshua L.) A Second 1846. 8vo. pp. 22, paper. Cin'ti, 1846. 50 3267 Wright (Nathaniel). Memorial Address, delivered before the Second Presbyterian Church. 8vo. pp. 46, paper. Cincinnati, 1872.


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3269 Cleveland. Whittlesey (Charles). 50 Early History of Cleveland. Including (The) Literary Gazette. Vols. Original Papers and other Matters relating

1 and 2 January to December, 1824. In to the adjacent Country; with Biographone vol. 4to. pp. 208+208, half bound. ical Notices of the Pioneers and Surveyors. Cincinnati, 1824. 5 00 Illustrated. 8vo. pp. 487. Cleveland, 3 50

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Time. With a map and numerous illus- Stranger in America. 2 vols. in 1. 12mo. trations. 12mo. pp. 584. Cincinnati, pp. 72+84. New York, 1839. 1 25 1.00 3284 Fairfield and Perry Counties. 3273 Constitution of the United States, History of. Their Past and Present. Comand of the State of Ohio. With Amend-piled by A. A. Graham. 8vo. pp. 2104 ments, Annotations, and Indices. Also 392+596, half bound. Chicago, 1883. 8 00 the Articles of Confederation, 1777, and 3285 Fayette County. Putnam (Ruthe Ordinance of 1787. 8vo. pp. 156. pa- fus). Pioneer Record and Reminiscences per. Cincinnati, 1886. 50 of the Early Settlers and Settlement of 3274 Coshocton County. Hunt (Wm. the County. 8vo. pp. 120, paper. CincinE.) Historical Collections of Coshoc- nati, 1872. ton County. 1764–1876. 8vo. pp. 264. 1876. 200 3275 Crawford County. Bucyrus, Galion, and Crestline (Ohio) Directory for 1875-6. Containing a concise History of Crawford County. 8vo. pp. 180, boards. ing. Bucyrus, 1875.


3286 Fire Lands Pioneer (The). Pub lished under the Supervision of the Fire Lands Historical Society. Vols. 1 to 13, inclusive. 8vo. sewed. 1858-1878. A Complete set, in fine condition for bind15 00 2.00 *Some additional parts can be sup


3287 Flood (Chas. B.) Ohio Territorial Laws for the Punishment of Crime. Half title. 8vo. pp. 9, paper. n. p., n. d.

3276 [Cutler (Jervis)]. A Topograph- plied. ical Description of the State of Ohio, Indiana Territory, and Louisiana. Comprehending the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, etc. To which is added an Interesting Journal of Mr. Chas. La Raye, while a Captive with the Sioux Nation, on the Waters of the Missouri River. By a late Officer in the U. S. Army. Plates. 16mo. pp. 219, sheep. Boston, 1812. 10 00

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3279 Dayton. History of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. With a Complete Guide book to the Central Home, at Dayton, O. Illustrated. 12mo. pp. 248. Dayton, 1875. 1 25 3280 Dayton. Odell's Dayton Directory and Business Advertiser, containing Curwen's Sketch of the History of the City. 12mo. pp. 120, boards. Dayton, 1850. 2 00 3281 Edwards (S.E) The Ohio Hunter; or, A Brief Sketch of the Frontier Life of Samuel E Edwards, the Great Bear and Deer Hunter of the State of Ohio. Engraving. 16mo. pp. 240. Battle Creek, Mich., 1866.


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3288 Franklin County. Martin (W.T.) History of Franklin County. A Collection of Reminiscences of the Early Settlement of that County, with Biographical Sketches and a Complete History of the County to the Present Time, 8vo. pp. 450. Columbus, 1858.


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3310 Another edition. 1848. From the same plates. 4.50

Valley, being a Collection of Historical 3309 Howe (Henry). Historical Collecand Descriptive Sketches of that Part of tions of Ohio. Containing a Collection of Hamilton County. Containing Pen-por- the most Interesting Facts, Traditions, Biotraits of the Villages, Suburban Residences. graphical Sketches, Anecdotes, etc., relat12mo. pp. 328. Illustrated. Cincinnati, ing to the General and Local History, with 1882. 1 50 Descriptions of its Counties, Cities, Towns, 3297 Hancock County. Illustrated His- Villages, etc. 8vo. pp. 599. Cincinnati, torical Atlas of. 27 Maps, with Historical 1875. and Statistical Text. Royal 4to. pp. 109. Chicago, 1875. 4 00 3298 Hardin County. The History of Illustrated. 8vo. pp. 1064, half bound. Chicago, 1883. 4.00 3299 Harris (Thaddeus Mason). The Journal of a Tour into the Territory Northwest of the Alleghany Mountains. With a Geographical and Historical Account of the State of Ohio. With five maps. 8vo. pp. 271, half Russia, uncut. Boston, 1805. 6 00

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3311 Howitt (Mary.) Our Cousins in Ohio from the Diary of an American Mother. 16mo. pp. 251. Illustrated. New York, 1852. 1 00

3312 Hudson. Proceedings of the Fiftysixth Anniversary of the Settlement of Hudson, and Addresses. 8vo. pp. 24, paper. Akron, 1875.


3313 Ironton. Lawson (A.) The Iron Industries of Ironton and the Hanging Rock Region. 8vo. pp. 26, paper. Cincinnats, 1871.


3314 Jenkins (Warren.) The Ohio Gazetteer and Traveler's Guide. Containing a Description of the several Towns, Counties, Water Course, Roads, etc. Мар. 25 12mo. pp. 546, sheep. Columbus,

3301 Harrison (J. Scott). Pioneer Life at North Bend. 8vo. pp. 16, paper. Cincinnati, 1867.

3302 Highland County. (James H.) The History of County, from its Organization to 31, 1877. 8vo. pp. 132, paper. Hillsboro,



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Highland 3315 Jones (A. E.) Reminiscences of
December the Early Doings of the Ohio Valley.
8vo. pp. 26. Cincinnati, 1878.
60 3316 Kelley (Alfred.) Reminiscences of.
By Alfred Yaple. 8vo. pp. 26. Cincinnati,

3303 Hildreth (S. P.) Biographical and Historical Memoirs of the Early Pioneer Settlers of Ohio. With Narrative of Incidents and Occurrences in 1775. Portraits. 8vo. pp. 539. Cincinnati, 1852. 5 00

3304 Hildreth (S. P.) Pioneer History. Being an Account of the First Examinations of the Ohio Valley, and the Early Settlement of the Northwest Territory. Chiefly from Original Manuscripts, connecting the Papers of Col. George Morgan, Judge Barker, Records of the Ohio Company, etc. Plates and map. 8vo. pp. 525. Cincinnati, 1848. 5.00



of Union; or, A History of the Presbyter-
3317 Kennedy (William S.) The Plan
ian and Congressional Churches of the
Western Reserve. With Biographical
Sketches of the Early Missionaries. 12mo.
pp. 262. Hudson, Ohio, 1856.
1 25

3318 Kilbourn (John.) The Ohio Ga-
zetteer or Topographical Dictionary, con-
taining a Description of the Several Coun-
ties, Towns, Villages, Settlements, Roads,
Rivers, Lakes, Springs, Mines, etc., in
the State of Ohio. 18mo. pp. 180, boards.
Albany, 1817.
1 50

3305 Hiram. Hinsdale (B. A.) A History of the Disciples in Hiram, Portage County, Ohio. 8vo. pp. 40, paper. Cleve3319 Knox County. Norton (A. Banland [1876]. ning.) A History of Knox County, from 1779 to 1862, inclusive. Containing Bi3306 Historical and Philosophical Sociographical Sketches, Anecdotes, Statistics, ety of Ohio. Journal, vol. 1. part 1. 12mo. etc., of the Early Settlement of the Counpp. 138, paper. Reprinted. Cincinnati, ty, with a Sketch of Kenyon College. lustrated. Svo. pp. 424. Columbus, 1862. 3 00


100 3307 Transactions. Vol. 1, part 2. 12mo. pp. 334, sheep. Cincinnati, 1839. 200 3308 Walker (Timothy). Annual


3320 Licking County. History of Its Past and Present. Compiled by N. N. Discourse. 8vo. pp. 27, paper. Columbus, Hill, Jr. Illustrated. 4to. pp. 822, half 25 bound. Newark, 1881.


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3321 Our Pioneers, by Isaac Smucker; the Pioneer Women of the West, by Mrs. C. Springer; and a Poem, "The Pioneers of Licking" by A. B. Clark. 8vo. pp. 33, paper. Newark, 1872. 35


Park (Samuel.) Notes of Early History of Union Township. Licking County. And "American Antiquities." 8vo. pp. 56, paper. Terre Haute,



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3336 May's (Col) Journey to the Ohio Country. Journal and Letters of Col. 3323 Scott (Joseph M.) Our Early John May, of Boston, relative to Two JourTimes. Historical Sketch of St. Albans neys to the Ohio Country, in 1788 and Township. 8vo. pp. 11, paper. Newark, 1789. With a Biographical Sketch by Rev. 25 Richard S. Edes, of Boston, Mass, and illustrative Notes by William M. Darlington, of Pittsburgh, Penn. 8vo. pp. 160. Cincinnati, 1873.


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3324 Smucker (Isaac.) count of the Celebrations of American Independence by the Licking County Pioneers, Dr. Coulter's Address, and some Historical Sketches. 8vo. pp. 35, paper. Newark, 1869. 25 3325 Smucker (Isaac.) Centennial History of Licking County. 8vo. pp. 80. Newark, 1876.

Winter (Jacob.)

50 Historical 8vo. 25

3326 Sketches of the Disciple Churches. pp. 7, paper. Newark, 1869.

Logan County. See CHAMPAIGN COUNTY. 3327 Loraine County. Boyton (W. W.) The Early History of Loraine Coun ty. 8vo. pp. 35, paper. Elyria, 1876.

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3339 Montfort (J. G.) Presbyterianism North of the Ohio from 1790 to 1822. 12mo. 15 pp. 12. Cincinnati, 1872. 3340 Mount Gilead. Fortieth Anniver

3328 McCabe (Lida Rose.) Remember? Reminiscences of Columbus, Ohio, etc. 16mo. pp. 294. Columbus, sary of the Presbyterian Church. With 125 the Early History of the Township and Village. 8vo. pp. 34. Mt. Gilead, 1871. 35



3329 Mahoning County. Historical Collections of the Mahoning Valley. Con- 3341 Muskingum County. The Agritaining an Account of the Two Pioneer Re-cultural and Mineral Resources of Muskunions; together with a Selection of Inter-ingum County, and the Advantages of esting Facts, Traditions, Zanesville. 8vo. pp. 56, paper. Zanesville, Biographical 1874. Sketches, Anecdotes, etc., relating to the Settlement of the Lands belonging to the Connecticut Land Company, and History and Reminiscences, both General and Local. Vol. I [all published.] 8vo. pp. 524. 2 50


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[Andrews (I. W.)] 3344 New Carlisle. Proceedings of the
Western Ohio Pioneer Association, Sept.
23, 1876, and Address by Judge W. Mills.
8vo. pp. 18, paper.
Springfield, 1877.
3345 New Lyme.
Ashtabula County.
Condensed History of. 8vo. pp. 60, paper.
Jefferson, 1877.

3333 Marietta. Loring (Geo. B.)
torical Address. 95th Anniversary of the
Settlement of Ohio at Marietta. 8vo. pp.
76, paper. Marietta. 1883.

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3346 Oberlin. Brand (James). History Erie. Traduite d'une brochure imprimee a of the First Church. 8vo. pp. 45, paper. Salem, en Amerique, en 1787. 8vo. pp. 30. Oberlin, 1877. 30 Paris, 1789. 3347 Oberlin Fairchild (J. H.) Oberlin, Its Origin, Progress, and Results. 16mo. pp. 88, paper. Oberlin, 1871.

50 3348 Ohio Public Record (The). Compiled for Use as a Handy Book of Reference. Portrait of Hon. Kent Jarvis. 8vo. pp. 149. Columbus, 1876. 100 3349 Ohio Railroads. Report of the Commissioner of Railroads and Telegraphs of Ohio, for the Year ending June 30, 1880. 8vo pp. 1446. Columbus, 1881. 1 50


3350 Oxford. Beecher (Lyman). Address delivered at the Tenth Anniversary Celebration of the Union Literary Society of Miami University. 8vo. pp. 44. paper. Cincinnati, 1835.

3351 Paddy's Run. Chidlaw (B. An Historical Sketch of Paddy's Butler County. 8vo. pp. 20, paper. ilton, 1876.


3361 Scioto County. Keyes (James). Pioneers of the Scioto County. Being a short Biographical Sketch of some of the First Settlers. 8vo. pp. 121, sewed, uncut. Portsmouth, Ohio, 1880. 1.00

3362 Seneca County. Butterfield (C.W.) History of Sereca County. Containing a Detailed Narrative of the Principal Events, from its First Settlement to the Present Time; a History of the Indians that formerly resided within its limits; Early Customs, Biographical Sketches, etc. 12mo. pp. 5 00 252. Sandusky, 1848.

3363 Another copy. Half morocco. 6.00 3364 Seneca County. Lang (W.) History of Seneca County, from the Close of W.) the Revolutionary War to July, 1880. EmRun, bracing many Personal Sketches of PioHam- neers, Anecdotes, and Faithful Descriptions 40 of Events Pertaining to the Organization and illustrations. of the County, and its Progress. Portraits 8vo. pp. 701. Springfield, 1880. 3 50 3365 Smucker (Isaac). History of the Sketches of its Missionaries. Moravian Missions in Ohio, and Memorial 8vo. pp. 30, paper. Half title. 25 Ohio Pioneer

3352 Pickaway County. Williams (A.)

An Address Delivered before the Pioneer and Historical Society. 8vo. pp. 14, paper. Circleville, 1873. 50

3353 Putnam County. Swan (C. J.) Oration delivered at the Putnam County Fourth of July Celebration, 1876. 8vo. pp. 5, paper. 25 n. p., n. d.

3354 Rice (Harvey). The Pioneers of Reserve. 12mo. pp. 350. 150

the Western Boston, 1883.

3355 Richland County. Centennial Exercises and Historical Sketch of Richland County. 4to. pp. 7, paper. Mansfield, 1876. 40

n. p., n. d. 3366 Smucker (Isaac). History, Cresap and Logan, Crawford's Campaign, and a Brief Biographical Sketch of Col. William Crawford. Half title. 8vo. pp. 22, paper. n. p., n. d. 25

3367 Stark County History of. With Outline Sketch of Ohio. Edited by William H. Perin. Plates. Small 4to. pp. 1012, half bound. Chicago, 1881. 6.00

3356 Richland County. Graham (A. A.) 3368 Tallmadge. Proceedings in ComRichland County; Its Past and Present History. Including the Original Bounda-memoration of the Fiftieth Anniversary ries. Illustrated. 4to. pp. 942, half bound. Historical Discourses of Hon. E. N. Sill, of the Settlement of Tallmadge. With the Mansfield, 1880. and Rev. L. Bacon, and Biographical Sketches of the Early Settlers, etc. 8vo. pp. 112, paper. Akron, 1857. 1 25


3357 Richland County. McGaw (James F) Philip Seymour; or, Pioneer Life in Richland County. Founded on Facts. 8vo. pp. 432. Mansfield, 1883. 3.00

3358 Ross County. Finley (I. J.) and Putnam (R.) Pioneer Record of the Early Settlers and Settlement of Ross County. 8vo. pp. 148. Cincinnati, 1871. 2.00

3359 St. Clairsville. Alexander (Robert). Historical Sketch of the First Presbyterian Church. 8vo. pp. 16, paper. Wheeling, 1869. 50

3360 Scioto Company. Description du Sol. des Productions, etc., de cette portion des Etats-Unis, situee entre la Pensylvanie, les rivieres de l' Ohio et du Scioto, et de lac

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