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1926 New Haven. Atwater (E. E.) History of the Colony of New Haven to its Absorption into Connecticut. Maps and illustrations. 8vo pp. 621. New Haven, 1881. 4 00 1927 New Haven. Bacon (Leonard). Three Civic Orations for New Haven. 8vo. pp. 58, paper. New Haven, 1879.
1928 New Haven. Cleaveland (E. L.) Sermon. Twenty-fifth Anniversary of his Ministry in the Third Congregational Church. 8vo. pp. 29, paper. New Haven, 30 1929 New Haven. Kingsley (James L.) A Historical Discourse delivered before the Citizens of New Haven, April, 1838, the Two Hundredth Anniversary of the First Settlement of the Town and Colony. 8vo. pp. 115, boards. New Haven, 1838. 1 50 1930 New Haven. Patten's New Haven Directory for 1842-3. 12mo. pp.115, boards. New Haven, 1842. 75 1931 New London. Bolles (John R.) New London, a Seaport for the North and West. 2 maps. 8vo. pp. 24. New London, 1877. 30 1932 North Stonington. Palmer (A. G.) Discourse One Hundredth Anniversary First Baptist Church. 18mo. pp. 72. Boston, 1844.
1933 Norwich. torical Discourse.
versary of Second
1944 Union. Hammond (Chas.) Sermon at the Re-dedication of the Congregational Church, July 25, 1866. 8vo. pp. 39, paper. Springfield, 1867. 1945 Union. Hammond (Chas.) Address, July 4, 1853. 8vo. pp. 48, paper. Worcester, 1853. 40 2.00 1946 Waite (Henry M., Ch.-Just. of Conn.) Sketch of the Life of. Portrait. 8vo. pp. 8, paper. Boston, 1870.
1935 Norwich. Gilman (Daniel C.) A Historical Discourse delivered in Norwich, September 7, 1859, at the Bi-Centennial Celebration of the Settlement of the Town. Second edition, with additional notes. 8vo. pp. 128, paper. Boston, 1 50 1936 Norwich Jubilee. A Report of the Celebration at Norwich, on the Two Hundredth Anniversary of the Settlement of the Town, September 7 and 8, 1859. 8vo. pp. 304, paper. Norwich, 1859.
1947 Wallingford. Davis (C. H. S.) History of Wallingford, from its Settlement, in 1670, to the Present Time, including Meriden, which was one of its Parishes until 1806, and Cheshire, which was incorporated in 1780. 8vo. pp. 956. Meriden, 1870. 3 00
1948 Weaver (Wm. L.) History of Ancient Windham, Genealogy. Part I. A-Bill. 8vo. pp. 112, paper. Willimatic, 1864.
1949 Wolcott. Orcutt (Rev. Samuel). History of the Town of Wolcott, from 1731 to 1874, with Genealogies of the Families Waterbury, of the Town. 8vo. pp. 608.
1937 Peters (Rev. Samuel A.) General History of Connecticut, from its First Settlement under George Fenwick, to its Latest Period of Amity with Great Britain prior to the Revolution. London, 1781. Reprinted with Additions, Notes, and Extracts from Letters, verifying many important Statements. By Samuel J. McCormick. 12mo. pp. 285. N. Y., 1877. 1 50 History of Ancient Woodbury, from the
3 50 Cothren (William).
First Indian Deed in 1659 to 1854. 2 vols. Account of the First Dutch and Swedish 8vo. Waterbury, 1854. 8 00 Settlements. With Description of its Ge
1951 Yale College. Pierson (Abraham).ography and Geology. Vol. 1, all pubFirst Rector of Yale Col- lished. 8vo. pp. 478, in parts, uncut. lege. By Wm. S. Pierson. 8vo. pp. 16. Philadelphia, 1870–1. paper. Hartford, 1870.
40 1962 Wilmington. Montgomery (Eliza1952 Yale College. Sketches of. With beth). Reminiscences of Wilmington, Del., numerous Anecdotes. By a Member of in Familiar Village Tales, Ancient and that Institution. 16mo. pp. 192. New New. Portraits. 8vo. pp. 367. PhiladelYork, 1843. phia, 1851.
1955 Cross (Fred. J.) The Free Lands of Dakota, with a Description of the Country, the Climate, the Valleys, Prairies, Crops, Land Laws, etc. 8vo. pp. 31, paper. Yankton, 1876.
1956 Custer (Mrs. E. B.) "Boots and Saddles." Life in Dakota with General Custer. Portrait and map. 12mo. pp. 312. New York, 1885. 150 1957 Dodge (Richard I.). The Black Hills. A Minute Description of the Scenery, Soil, Climate, Gold, Geology, etc. Illustrated. 12mo. pp. 151. New York, 1876. 1 50 1958 Hanson (J. R.) Second Annual Report of the Territorial Auditor to the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Dakota, 1864-5. 8vo. pp. 32, Yankpaper. ton, 1865.
1959 Wixson (Franklin). The Black Hills Gold Mines. Being a Compendium of Authentic Information relative to the Gold Fields of Dakota. Maps and illustrations. 8vo. pp. 88, paper. Yankton, 1875. 75
1964 Gobright (L. A.) Recollection of Men and Things at Washington during the Third of a Century. 12mo. pp. 420. Philadelphia, 1869. 1 50
1965 Kerr (R. W.) History of the Government Printing Office at Washington, from 1789 to 1881. With the Laws relating with a Brief Record of Public Printing to Public Printing, etc. Illustrated. 8vo. pp. 196. Lancaster, Pa., 1881. 1 50
1966 March (Charles W.) Reminiscences of Congress. Portrait. 12mo. pp. 295. New 1 25 York, 1850.
1967 Martin (E. W.) Behind the Scenes at Washington. The Credit Mobilier Investigation, Congressional Rings, Political Intrigues, etc., with a Description of the Splendid Public Buildings, etc. 8vo. pp. (1873.)
1960 Ferris (Benj.) A History of the Original Settlements on the Delaware, from its Discovery by Hudson to the Colonization under William Penn. To which is added an Account of the Ecclesiastical Affairs of the Swedish Settlers, and a History of Wilmington, from its First Settlement to the Present Time. 8vo. pp. 312, sheep. Wilmington, 1846. 4 50 of the 1961 Vincent (F.) History of Delaware 1848. to the Present Time. Containing a Full | 1848.
1972 Snethen (W. G.) The Black Code District of Columbia, in Force Sept., 8vo. pp. 61, paper. New York,
1977 Bartholf (J. F.) and Boggess (F. C. M.) South Florida: its Climate, Soil,
and Productions. With a Narration of Incidents of the Seminole Indian War. 12mo. pp. 76, paper. Jacksonville, 1881. 50
1978 Bill (Ledyard). A Winter in Florida; or, Observations on the Soil, Climate, and Products of our Semi-tropical States, with Sketches of the Principal Towns and Cities in Eastern Florida; also a Brief Historical Summary, together with Hints to the Tourist, Invalid, and Sportsman. 12mo. pp. 222. New York, 1871. 1 25
1979 Boggess (F. C. M.) South Florida, the Italy of America: its Climate, Soil, and
Productions. 8vo. paper. Jacksonville,
1990 Giddings (Joshua R.) The Exiles of Florida; or, the Crimes committed by fled from South Carolina and other Slave our Government against the Maroons, who States seeking Protection under Spanish Laws. 12mo. pp. 338. Columbus, 1856. 1 00
1991 Henshall (Dr. James A.) Camping and Cruising in Florida. An Account of Two Winters spent in cruising round the Coasts of Florida, viewed from the Standpoint of an Angler, a Sportsman, a Yachtsman, a Naturalist, and a Physician. Illustrated. 12mo. pp. 248. Cin., 1884. 1 50 1992 Irving (Theodore). The Conquest of Florida by Hernando de Soto. pp. 457. New York, 1851.
1992A Another edition. 2 vols. boards. London, 1835.
1993 Another copy. Calf.
3 50 Its
Scenery, Climate, and History. With an 1994 Lanier (Sidney). Florida. Account of Charleston, Savannah, Augusta, Aiken, and a Chapter for Consumptives. Numerous illustrations. 12mo. pp. 266. Philadelphia .
1995 Latour (Major A. L.) Historical Memoir of the War in West Florida and Louisiana, in 1814-15. With an Atlas in boards. 8vo. pp. xx.+264+cxc., sheep. Philadelphia, 1816, 7. 00
1996 Map of the Seat of War in Florida, compiled by Capt. John Mackay and Lieut. J. E. Blake, 1839. 29 x 41 inches.
1997 Moore (T. W.) Treatise and HandBook of Orange Culture in Florida. 16mo. pp. 184. New York, 1882. 1.00
1984 De Soto. Discovery and Conquest of Terra Florida, by Don Fernando de Soto. Written by a Gentleman of Elvas. Translated by Richard Haklwyt, with Notes and an Introduction, and a Translation of a Narrative of the Expedition by Luis Hernandes de Biedma. By William B. Ryé. Map. 8vo. pp. 205. London, 1851. 500 1985 Another copy. Half morocco. 6 001866.
1998 Munroe (C. K.) The Florida Annual for 1866. With a large new Township Map. 8vo. pp. 192, paper. New York,
1999 Nox (Owen). Southern Rambles: Shores and Inland Waters. Illustrated. Florida. 12mo. pp. 149. Boston, 1881. 50 12mo. pp. 443. New York, 1884. 2000 Pensacola. Chipley (W. D.) Pensacola and its Surroundings. Illustrated. 8vo. pp. 30, paper. 1877. 25
2004 Romans (Captain Bernard). A Concise Natural History of East and West Florida; containing an Account of the Natural Produce of all the Southern Part of British America, in the Three Kingdoms of Nature, particularly the Animal and Vegetable. Likewise the Artificial Produce now raised, or possible to be raised, and manufactured there, with some Commercial and Political Observations in that Part of the World: and a Chorographical Account of the same. To which is added, by way of Appendix, Plain and Easy Directions to Navigators over the Bank of Bahama, the Coast of the Two Floridas, the North of Cuba, and the Dangerous Gulph Passage. | Noting also, the hitherto Unknown Watering Places in that Part of America, intended principally for the Use of such Vessels as may be so Unfortunate as to be distressed by Weather in that difficult Part of the World. Vol. I. pp. (2), 4, viii., 342, (2), lxxxix. (3), old sheep. New York. Printed for the author. MDCCLXXV. 100 00
Vol. 2 never was published, the 12 copperplates and two whole sheet maps were evidently intended to be distributed through the two volumes. This copy has 1 folded sheet, 11 engravings (including the frontispiece, the dedication to John Ellis, and 3 full page maps), being one more, the Indian Hieroglyphick Paintings," than in the Menzies copy, which sold for $175.00, or in the Brinley copy, which sold for $265.00. A good copy, but unfortunately mice have eaten into about 175 pages of the top margin, but not down to the text, and two leaves are cropped up to the lower margin of the text.
2006 St. Augustine. Dewhurst (W. W.) The History of Saint Augustine, with an Account of the Early Spanish and French Attempt at Exploration and Settlement in the Territory of Florida. Sketches of Events and Objects of Interest, etc. 12mo. 1 25 pp. 182. New York, 1881.
2007 St. Augustine. Fairbanks (G. R.) History and Antiquities of St. Augustine. Founded, 1565. Comprising some of the Most Interesting Portions of the Early History of Florida. Illustrated. 8vo. pp. 200. New York, 1858. 3 00
2008 Another edition. 8vo. pp. 117. Jacksonville, 1881.
2009 St. Augustine. Reynolds (C. B.) Old St. Augustine. A Story of Three Centuries. Illustrated. 12mo. pp. 144. St. Augustine, 1885.
2012 Sprague (John T.) The Origin, Progress, and Conclusion of the Florida War; to which is appended a Record of Officers, Privates, etc., who were Killed or Died of Disease. 8vo. pp. 557. New York, 1848. 4.00
2013 Tanner (H. S.) Map of Florida, Improved to 1825. Colored. 24x30 inches. 1.00 Mounted on linen and folded.
2014 Townshend (F. T.) Wild Life in Florida. With a Visit to Cuba. Map and plate. 8vo. pp. 319, half bound. London, 1875.
2005 Roosevelt (R. B.) Florida, and 2018 Webb (Wanton S.) Florida, Histhe Game Water-birds of the Atlantic Coast torical, Industrial, and Biographical. Part and the Lakes of the United States. With 1. Illustrated. 4to. pp. 206, paper, New a Full Account of Sporting along our Sea | York, 1885.
2035 Another copy. Half morocco. 22 50 2036 Miller (Stephen F.) The Bench
1 00 and Bar of Georgia. Memoirs and Sketches. 2 vols. 8vo. Philadelphia, 1858.
2023 Brief Account of the Establishment of the Colony of Georgia under Gen. James 2037 Montgomery (Sir R.) Discourse Ogelthorpe, 1733. 8vo. pp. 15, paper. Concerning the Designed Establishment Washington, 1835. 40 of a New Colony to the South of Carolina. Plan. 8vo. pp. 24.
2023 Cadogan (Lieut. George). The Spanish Hireling Detected. Being a Refutation of the several Calumnies and Falsehoods in a Late Pamphlet, entitl'd An Impartial Account of the Late Expedition against St. Augustine under General Ogilthorpe. 8vo. pp. 68, half bound. London, 3 00 2024 Chappell (Absalom H.) Miscellanies of Georgia. Historical, Biographical, Descriptive, etc. Parts 1 and 2. 8vo. pp. 137. Columbus, Ga., 1874. 150
2025 Georgia Historical Society. Collections. Vols. 1 and 2, containing a number of Reprints of Rare Works relating to the Province of Georgia. 2 vols. 8vo. Savannah, 1840-2. 6 00
Wash., 1835. 50 2038 Savannah. Lee (F. D.) and Agnew (J. L.) Historical Record of the City of Savannah. Maps and woodcuts. 12mo. 175
pp. 200. Savannah, 1869.
2039 Sherwood (Adiel). A Gazetteer of the State of Georgia. [With Historical and Biographical Notices.] 16mo. pp. 300, new half morocco. Phila., 1829.
2042 Stevens (William Bacon). A History of Georgia, from its First Discovery by Europeans to the Adoption of its Present Constitution, 1798. Portraits. 2 vols. 8vo. New York, 1847.
2026 Georgia Loyalists. The Particular Case of, in addition to the General Case and Claim of the American Loyalists. 12mo. pp. 16, paper. [London], 1783. 50 2043 Strobel (Rev. P. A.) The Salzbur2027 Georgia Scenes, Characters, Inci-gers and their Descendants. Being the dents, etc., in the First Half Century of the History of a Colony of a German (Lutheran) Republic. Illustrated by a Native Georgian. 1734. 12mo. pp. 308. Baltimore, 1855. 1 50 Protestants, who emigrated to Georgia in 12mo. pp. 214. New York, 1850. 150 2028 Impartial Inquiry into the State and Utility of the Province of Georgia. Small 8vo. pp. 104, half morocco. London,
2029 Janes (T. P.) Georgia: from the Immigrant Settler's Stand-point. 12mo. pp. 54, paper. Atlanta, 1879. 25
2030 Jasper (Sergent William). An Address delivered before the Georgia Historical Society, in Savannah, Georgia, January 3, 1876. By Charles C. Jones, Jr. 8vo. pp. 36, paper. Albany, 1876.
2044 Tailfer (Pat and others). True and Historical Narrative of the Colony of Georgia, 1741. 8vo. pp. 80, paper. Washington, 1835.
2045 White (George). Historical Collections of Georgia. Containing the Most Interesting Facts, Traditions, Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes, etc., relating to its History and Antiquities. Illustrated by
nearly 100 engravings. Map.
8vo. pp. 4 00
2046 White (George). Statistics 50 Georgia, Including an Account of its