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462 Melvin (James). A Journal of the Expedition to Quebec, in the Year 1775, under the Command of Colonel Benedict Arnold. 4to. pp. 38, large paper (only 20 copies), sewed, uncut. Phila., 1864. 2 25 463 Military Journals of Two Private Soldiers, 1758-1775. [By L. Lyons and L. Haws] With numerous illustrative Notes, and the Official Papers on the Skirmishes at Lexington and Concord. 8vo. pp. 128. Poughkeepsie, 1855. 3 75 464 Milleroux (J. F.) Apercus sur les Institutions et les Moeurs des Americains. Svo. pp. 173, paper. Paris, 1862.


475 Morris (B. F.) Christian Life and Character of the Civil Institutions of the United States, developed in the Official and Historical Annals of the Republic. 8vo. pp. 831. Philadelphia, 1864. 1 75

476 Morse (Jedediah). The American Gazetteer. Exhibiting a much more Full and Accurate Account than has been given of the States, Provinces, Counties, Cities, Villages, Rivers, Mountains, Indian Tribes, New Discoveries, etc., on the American Continent. 8vo. pp. 634, old calf. 2.00 London, 1798. 477 Another edition. 8vo. old calf. Charles2.00 465 Mills (Robert). A Treatise on In- ton, 1804. land Navigation. Map. 8vo. pp. 103, 478 Morse (Jedediah). The American boards. Baltimore, 1820. 100 Universal Geography. 2 vols. 8vo. old 466 Mirabeau (Count de). Considera- sheep. Charleston and Boston, 1819. 2 50 tions of the Order of Cincinnatus; to which 479 Morse (Jedediah). The American are added several original papers relative Geography; or, A View of the Present to that Institution. 12mo. pp. 385, calf. Situation of the United States of America. London, 1785. 1 502 maps. 8vo. pp. 536, sheep. London,

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480 Another edition. Maps. 4to. pp. 714, boards, uncut. London, 1794. 2 25 50 481 Morse (Jedediah). Geography Made Easy. 12mo. pp. 364, sheep. Utica,

468 Mitchell's Compendium of the Internal Improvement of the United States. Notices of all the Important Canals, Railroads, etc. Map. 16mo. Phila., 1838. 60 469 Monroe (James). The People the Sovereigns. Being a Comparison of the Government of the United States with those of the Republics which have existed before, with the Causes of their Decadence and Fall. Edited by S. L. Gouverneur. 12mo. pp. 274. Philadelphia, 1867. 175 470 Monroe (James). View of the Conduct of the Executive in the Foreign Affairs of the United States, connected with the Mission to the French Republic, 1794-6. 8vo. pp. 407, boards. Phila., 1797. 2.00

471 Montgomery (James E.) Our Admiral's Flag Abroad. The Cruise of Ad、 miral D. G. Farragut, Commanding the European Squadron in 1867–68, in the Flagship Franklin. Illustrated. 8vo. pp. 464. New York, 1869. 3 00

472 Moore (Frank, Editor). American Eloquence: a Collection of Speeches and Addresses, by the most Eminent Orators of America; with Biographical Sketches and illustrative Notes. Steel portraits. 2 vols. 8vo. sheep. New York, 1864.

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482 Murray (James). An Impartial History of the War in America. With the Charters of the Several Colonies, and other Authentic Information. Portraits and maps. 2 vols. 8vo. old sheep. Newcastleupon-Tyne, (1782). 4 50

Memorials of Men of the Revolution and 483 Muzzey (A. B.) Reminiscences and their Families. 12mo. pp. 424. Boston, 1883. 2.00

484 Myers (P. II.) The Prisoner of the Border. A Tale of 1838. 12mo. pp. 378, binding poor. New York, 1857. 1.00 485 Myers (P. H.) The First of the Knickerbockers. A Tale of 1673. 12mo. 1 00 PP. 222. New York, 1849.

486 Neal (Joseph C.) Charcoal Sketches; or, Scenes in a Metropolis. Illustrated. 12mo. pp 222. Philadelphia, 1841. 1 50

487 Neff (J. K.) The Army and Navy of America; containing Historic Adventures, Battles, Remarkable Incidents, etc., from the French and Indian War to the Close of the Florida War. Illustrated. 8vo. pp. 624, sheep. Phila., 1845. 2.00

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504 Notions of the Americans. Picked up by a Travelling Bachelor. [J. Fenimore Cooper.] 2 vols. 8vo. boards. London, 1828. 2.50

505 Nourse (J. D.) Remarks on the Past and Its Legacies to American Society. 12mo. pp. 223, paper. Louisville, 1847. 50

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508 Ossoli (Margaret F.) At Home and Abroad; or, Things and Thoughts in America and Europe. 12mo. pp. 466. Boston, 1856.


509 Ossoli (Margaret F.) Summer on the Lakes. With Autobiography and Memoir by Ralph Waldo Emerson, W. H. Channing, and others. 16mo. pp. 360. London, 1861. 510 Ouseley (W. G.) Remarks on the Statistics and Political Institutions of the


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498 North American Land Company. Plan of Association. Established February, 1795. 8vo. pp. 25, paper. Philadel- Writings.

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501 North-eastern Boundary. Report of the Commissioners, 1842. Map. 8vo. pp. 49. Washington, 1842. 50

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514 Paine (Thomas). A Letter addressed to the Abbe Raynal on the Affairs of North America. In which the Mistakes in the Abbe's Account of the Revolution of America are corrected and cleared up. 8vo. pp. 76, half bound. London, 1782. 515 Paine (Thomas). The Political State- Works of. Including Common Sense, the

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516 Paine (Thomas). The
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517 Parker (Wm. H.) Recollections of
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518 Parkman (Francis). The Works of;
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525 Personal Recollections of the American Revolution. A Private Journal, with Reminiscences of Washington and Lafayette. Edited by Sidney Barclay. 12mo. pp. 251. New York, 1859. 1 25

526 Peterson (C. J.) The American Navy. Being an Authentic History of the United States Navy, and Biographical Sketches of American Naval Heroes, from the Formation of the Navy to the Close of the Mexican War. Illustrated. 8vo. pp. 545. Philadelphia, 1859. 2 25

527 Peto (Sir S. Morton). Resources and Prospects of America ascertained during a Visit to the States in the Autumn of 1865. 12mo. pp. 404. N. Y. 1866. 1 00

528 Another edition. 8vo. pp. 411. London, 1866. 2.00


529 Pickering (John). A Vocabulary; or, Collection of Words and Phrases which have been supposed to be Peculiar to America. To which is prefixed an Essay Illustrated by numerous Maps and Por- on the Present State of the English Lantraits. 10 vols. 12mo. Boston, 1880-5. guage in the United States. 8vo. pp. 207, [The volumes of this edition not sold sepa- boards, uncut. Boston, 1816. rately.] 15.00 The crown 8vo. editions may still be had 530 Pickering (Timothy). Interesting separately. Per vol. 2 50 Correspondence between His Excellency Governor Sullivan and Col. Pickering, in 519 Paschal (G. W.) The Constitution which the latter vindicates himself. 8vo. of the United States defined and carefully pp. 32. Boston, 1808. annotated.

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12mo. pp. 407, sheep. Wash- 531 Picturesque America; or, the Land


520 Patton (J. H.) Concise History of the American People, from the Discoveries of the Continent to 1876. Giving a clear Account of their Political, Military, Moral, Industrial, and Commercial Life. Illustrated with portraits, charts, maps, etc., and containing Marginal Dates, Statistical References, and a full Analytical Index. 8vo. pp. 1018. New York, 1876.

521 Another edition. 8vo. pp. 812. York, 1863.



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533 Pitkin (Timothy). A Political and Civil History of the United States of America, from the Year 1763 to the Close of the Administration of Washington, 1797. 2 3.00 vols. 8vo. sheep. New Haven, 1828.

534 Pitkin (Timothy). A Statistical View of the Commerce of the United States of America: Its Connection with Agriculture and Manufactures, and an Account of 125 the Public Debt, of the Expenditures, etc. 524 Perry (B. F.) Reminiscences of 8vo pp. 427, half bound. Hartford, Prefaced by a Life of the 1816.

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542 Popple (Henry). Map of America, in Twenty Sections or Sheets. Lacking sheets 4 (Newfoundland), 17 (South Seas, Guatemala), and 18 (Isthmus of Darien). Folio, half bound. London, 1733. 6 50

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545 Pownall (T.) The Administration of the Colonies, wherein their Rights and

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546 Pownall (T.) A Topographical Description of such Parts of North America as are contained in the (annexed) Map of the Middle British Colonies, etc., in North America. With Gist's Journal of a Trip down the Ohio, 1750. Map. Folio, half bound. London, 1776.

150 552 President Washington's Message to Congress, relative to the French Republic. Delivered January 19, 1797, with 92 and 163, documents unpaged, boards, the papers therein referred to. 8vo. pp. uncut. Philadelphia, 1797.


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1 50 16 00 559 Purchas (Samuel). Purchas, his 547 Preble (George H.) History of the Pilgrimage; or, Relations of the World and Flag of the United States of America, and the Religions observed in all Ages and of the Naval and Yacht Club Signals, Seals | Places discovered, from the Creation unto


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560 Putnam (Gen. Rufus). Kept in Northern New York during four Campaigns of the old French and Indian War, 1757-1760. With Notes and Biographical Sketch by E. C. Dawes. Small 4to. pp. 115, paper. Albany, 1866. 2.00 561 Ramsay (David). History of the American Revolution. 2 vols. 8vo. Lexington, Ky., 1815. 562 Another edition. sheep. London, 1791. 563 Another edition. Londres, 1787.

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569 Reed (Joseph). A Reprint of the Reed and Cadwalader Pamphlets. With an Appendix. 8vo. pp. 82+44+12, sewed, uncut edges. [Privately printed.] [Philadelphia], 1863.

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579A Ridpath (J. C.) Popular History of the United States, from the Aboriginal Times to the Present Day. Illustrated. 8vo. pp. 709. New York, 1877. 2.50

580 Riedesel (Madame de). Letters and Memoirs relating to the War of American Independence and the Capture of the German Troops at Saratoga. First American edition. 12mo. pp. 323, boards. New York, 1827. 2.50 Translated by W. L. Stone. 8vo. pp. 235, boards. Albany,

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