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officers distinguished in the French and Revolutionary Wars. ISmo., boards; portrait; scarce. Concord, N. H., 1831
64 Journal of a Cruise made to the Pacific Ocean in the U. S. Frigate
Essex, in the years 1812, 1813 and 1814; by Capt. David
65 The Present State of Hudson's Bay, The Fur Trade, Specimens
of Indian Languages, and Journal of a Journey from Montreal to New York; by E. Umfreville. 8vo., half calf.
66 The Mountain Muse; comprising the Adventures of Daniel Boone;
by Daniel Bryan. 12mo., ORIGINAL EDITION; scarce.
Harrisonburg, Virginia, 1813
67 The Spy Unmasked, or Memoirs of Enoch Crosby, alias Harvey
Birch; the hero of Mr. Cooper's Tale of the NEUTRAL GROUND, being an authentic account of The Secret Services which fie rendered his country during the Revolutionary War, taken from his own lips, in short hand. Containing many interesting Facts and Anecdotes never before published; by H. L. Barnum. Embellished with a correct Likeness of the Hero, with afac-simile of his signature. Second edition, half calf. Cincinnati, 1831
68 Works of Fisher Ames, compiled by a number of his friends; to
which are prefixed Notices of his Life and Character. 8vo., calf, portrait. Boston, 1809
69 The Life of James Otis, of MASSACHUSETUS, contaning also,
Notices of some Cotemporary Characters and Events, from the year 1760 to 1775; by William Tudor. 8vo. half calf, portrait. Boston, 1823
70 Journal of the Proceedings of the Congress held at Philadelphia,
May 10th, 1775. Published by order of the Congress. 8vo., half morocco. Philadelphia, 1776
71 An Act for Regulating and Governing Militia of the Common
wealth of Massachusetts, and for Repealing all Laws heretofore made. Small 4to., half calf; printed by Adams & Nourse. exceedingly scarce. Boston, 1786
78 Orations Delivered at the Request of the Inhabitants of the Town of Boston, to commemorate the Evening of the FIFTH OF MARCH. 12mo., original leather binding; very scarce.
73 Notes on the War in the South, with Biographical Sketches of the Lives of Montgoraory, Jackson, Sevior, the late Governor Claiborne and others. 12mo., calf; Scarce.
74 The General History of the Late War, containing its Rise and Progress, and Events in Europe, Asia, Africa and America; by John Entick, M. A. 5 vols., 8vo., calf; numerous portraits and maps. London, 1765
76 Military Journal of the Operations of a Partizan Corps—the Queen's Bangers, in the Revolutionary War; by Col. Simcoe, (afterwards Governor of Canada, &c.) 8vo., boards; military maps, plans, etc. New York, 1844
76 The First Settlers of New England, or Conquest of the Pequods,
Narragansetts and Pokanokets; by a Lady of Massachusetts,
77 Three Years in North America; by James Stuart, Esq. 2 vols.,
12mo., half calf. New York, 1833
78 Travels in North America, in the years 1780, 1781 and 1782;
by Chastellux. 2 vols., 8vo., boards; maps, plates.
79 A History of a Negro Plot, with the Journal of the Proceedings
against the Conspiritors, at New York, in the years 1741-2; by Daniel Horsmanden. 8vo., half sheep; rare and curious.
New York, 1810
80 Travels in the Californias, and Scenes in the Pacific Ocean; by
Thomas J. Farnham. 8vo., cloth; portrait and plate.
New York, 1844
81 Discourses on Public Occasions, during the War in America,
with an Account of Braddock's Defeat, &c; by William Smith, D. D., Provost of the College of Philadelphia. 8vo., calf; scarce. London, 1762
82 Memoir of Israel Potter, who was taken prisoner by the British
at Bunker Hill, and who cried old chairs in London for thirty years. 12mo., half calf, plate. Providence, 1824
83 Hunter's Memoirs of a Captivity among the Indians for nineteen
years, with an Account of their Manners and Customs. 8vo., boards. London, 1823
84 The Life and Character of PATRICK HENRY; by Wm. Wirt.
8vo., sheep, portrait. Philadelphia, 1818
85 Tales of the North-west, or Sketches of Indian Life and Char
acter; by a resident beyond the frontier, (W. J. Snelling.) 18mo., half calf. Boston, 1830 86 Adventures on the COLUMBIA RIVER, including the Narra
tive of a residence of six years on the Western side of the ROCKY MOUNTAINS, among the various tribes of Indians hitherto unknown, together with a Journey across the American Continent; by Ross Cox. 8vo., cloth. New York, 1832
87 The History of Kentucky; by H. Marshall. 2 vols, 8vo., half
calf; very rare. Frankfort, Ky., 1824
88 The HISTORY OF KENTUCKY; by Mann Butler. 8vo.,
half calf. With cuts and portrait of Gen. George Rogers Clark. Louisville, Ky., 1834
89 New York 170 Years Ago, with a View and Explanatory Notes;
by Joseph W. Moulton. 8vo., paper. New York, 1843
90 A Discourse delivered before the New England Society, in the
City of New York; by George Hillard. 8vo., paper.
New York, 1862
91 A Defence of the Revolutionary History of the State of North
Carolina, from the aspersions of Mr. Jefferson; by Seawell J.
92 The Life of George Washington, Commander in Chief of the
Armies of the United States of America; by David Ramsey,
New York, 1807
93 American Antiquities and Discoveries in the West; by Josiah
Priest. 8vo., leather binding, plates and maps.
94 Works of Fisher Ames, compiled by a number of his friends, to
which are prefixed Notices of his Life and Character. 8vo.,
calf; portrait. Boston, 1809
96 SKETCHES of History, Life and Manners in the West; by
James Hall. 2 vols., 12mo., cloth. Philadelphia, 1835
96 The Mountain Muse, comprising the Adventures of Daniel
Boone, and the Power of Virtues and Refined Beauty; by
Harrisonburg, Virginia, 1813
97 History of the American Revolution, written in the SCRIPTU
RAL OR ANCIENT HISTORICAL STYLE, to which is added "The Columbiad," a Poem on the American War, in xiii cantos. 12mo.> in the original leather binding; very scarce. Baltimore—no date
98 The Late War between the United States and Great Britain,
from June, 1812, to February, 1815, written in the ANB
CIENT HISTORICAL STYLE; by Gilbert J. Hunt. 12mo. half board; Very Scarce. New York, 1819
99 History of the Late War between the United States and Great Britain, comprising the Military and Naval Operations; by H. M. Brackenridge. 12mo., sheep, with plates.
100 An Authentic History of the Second War for Independence,
comprising Details of the Military and Naval Operations from the commencement to the close of the War; by SAMUEL R. BROWN. 2 vols., 12mo., in original leather binding; Very Scarce. Auburn, N. Y., 1815
101 Official Letters of Military Officers of the United States, during
the War with Great Britain of 1812, &c; by J. Brannan. 8vo., calf, gilt. Washington, 1823
102 Memoirs of the Private and Public Life of Wm. Penn; by
Thomas Clarkson, M. A. Two vols, in one, leather binding.
Dover, N. H., 1827
103 The Conduct of the late Administration examined, with an
Appendix Containing Original And Authentic DocuMents. Printed by Edes & Gill. 12mo., half morocco. Exceedingly Scarce. Boston, 1767
104 A Discourse on AMERICA'S DUTY AND DANGER, de
livered at the Presbyterian Church, in Newburyport, December 11, 1773, on occasion of the Public Thanksgiving for Peace; by John Murray, A. M. 12mo., half calf.
105 A Discourse relating to the expedition of LORD DUNMORE,
of Virginia, against the Indian Towns upon the SCIOTO, in 1774; by Charles Whittlesey. 8vo., half calf.
Cleveland, Ohio, 1842
106 The Dealings of God with Israel and America, a Discourse
delivered on the Fourth of July; by John B. Johnson. 8vo., half calf; indifferent copy. Albany, 1798
107 A Seasonable Warning to the Churches of New England; by
John Cotton, M. D. Small 4to., half morocco; ExceedIngly Scarce. Boston, 1746
108 More Last Words to the Churches, in Answer to a Pamphlet
published by the Rev. John.Cotton, entitled "Seasonable Warnings to these Churches; by Ebenezer Morton. 8vo., half morocco, printed by Edes & Gill; Very Scarce.
109 Observations upon Church Government, supported by the
testimony of the Fathers of New England. 12mo., half morocco. Boston, 1773
110 A SERMON preached before the Ministers of the MASSA
CHUSETTS BAY, in New England, at their Annual Convention, in Boston, May 29th, 1746; by Ebenezer Gay. 8vo., half morocco; Autograph. Boston, 1746
111 The Simple Cobbler of Aggawam, in America; by the Rev.
Nathaniel Ward. 8vo., cloth. Boston, 1843
112 Journal of Events in Paris, from June 29th 1815, to July
13th, 1815; by an American. 12mo., half morocco.
113 Campaign against QUEBEC, being an Accurate and Interest
ing Account of the Hardships and Sufferings of that band of heroes who traversed the Wilderness by the route of Kennebec and Chaudiere River, to Quebec, in 1775; by John Joseph Henry. 12mo., original leather binding; Scarce Lancaster, 1812
114 Memoirs of the AMERICAN REVOLUTION, so far as it re
lated to North and South Carolina and Georgia; by Gov. Moultrie. 2 vols., 8vo., half calf, portrait; Continental Bills inserted. Fine Copy, Scarce. New York, 1802
115 Star in the West; an Attempt to discover the Lost Tribes of
Israel, (in the American Aborigines.) By Elias Boudinot. 8vo., boards. Trenton, N. J., 1816
116 A Journal of Travels into the Arkansas Territory during the
year 1819, with Occasional Observations on the Manners of the Aborigines, illustrated by a map and other engravings; by Thomas Nuttall, F. L. S. 8vo., boards. A PresentaTion COPY WITH AUTOGRAPH OF THE AUTHOR.
117 Nuttall's American Flora, the Genera of North American
Plants, and Catalogue of the Species; 2 vols., 12mo., half calf. Philadelphia, 1818
118 Annals of the Town of Keene, from its first settlement in
1734, to the year 1790, with corrections, additions, and a continuation from 1790 to 1815; by Salmo Hale. 8vo., boards. Keene, N. H., 1851