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587 Another edition. Illustrated. 8vo. New York, 1856.

588 Robertson (Wm.) The History of America. Books 9 and 10. Containing the History of Virginia to the Year 1688; and of New England to the Year 1652. 16mo. pp. 192, sheep. Walpole, 1800. (With Isaiah Thomas' Bookplate.) 1 50 589 Robinson (Conway). An Account of the Discoveries in the West until 1519, and of Voyages to and along the Atlantic Coast of North America from 1520 to 1573. 8vo. pp. 491. Richmond, 1848. 200

590 Rogers (Major Robert). A Concise Account of North America. Containing a Description of the Several British Colonies, as to their Situation, Extent, Climate, Products, etc.; also of the Interior or Westerly Parts. With an Account of the Nations and Tribes of Indians, their Customs, Governments, etc. 8vo. pp. 264, calf. London, 1765. 3 50

591 Rogers (Major Robert). Journals of. Containing an Account of the several Excursions he made under the Generals who commanded upon the Continent of North America during the Late (1755-60) War, from which may be colleccted the most material Circumstances of every Campaign upon that Continent from the commencement to the conclusion of the War. 8vo. pp. 236, calf. London, 1765. Printed for the author.


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604 Schoepff (Johann D.) The Climate and Diseases of America during the Revolution. Translated by J. R. Chadwick. 4to. pp. 31, boards. Boston, 1875. 50 605 Scott (Belle); or, Liberty Over592 Another edition. With Introduction thrown. A Tale for the Crisis. and Notes, by Franklin B. Hough. 12mo. 426. Columbus, 1856. pp. 297. Albany, 1883.

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606 Scott (Joseph). A Geographical 593 Romance of the Revolution. Be- Dictionary of the United States. Map. ing True Stories of the Adventures, Roman- 8vo. sheep. Philadelphia, 1805. 1 00 tic Incidents, etc., of the Days of '76. Illustrated. 12mo. pp. 444. Philadelphia, 607 Sealsfield (Charles). The Cabin [1870]. 1 00 Book; or, National Characteristics. pp. 273, paper. New York, 1871.

594 Rush (Richard). Occasional Productions, Political, Diplomatic, and Miscellaneous. Portrait. 8vo. pp. 535. Philadelphia, 1860. 1 75

595 Rush (Richard). Memoranda of a Residence at the Court of London, comprising Incidents Official and Personal, from 1819 to 1825, including Negotiations on the Oregon Question. 8vo. pp. 640. Philadelphia, 1845.

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la Mission de l'Immaculee Conception au Pays
des Illinois, depuis le Mois de Mars 1693, jus-
Par le R. Père Jaques Gra-
qu'en Fevrier 1694.
vier, de la Compagnie de Jésus. pp.65. 1857.
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de Sales, l'année 1634. Par le R. Jaques Bigot,
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Relation du Voyage entrepris par 5. CAVELIER. feu M. Robert Cavelier, Sieuer de la Salle, pour decouverir dans le golfe du Mexique l'embouchere du Fleuve de Missisipy. Parson Frère M. Cavelier, prêtre de St. Salpice, l'un des compagnons de ce voyage. pp. 54. 1858.

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leur établissement en cette ville Par la Rev.

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636 Speech (A) intended to have been spoken on the Bill for altering the Charters of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay. [By Jonathan Shipley.] 8vo. pp. 36, boards. London, 1774.


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