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Acts Passed at the First [Second, Third] Session of the Congress of the United States...
1791
 

The Institution and Proceedings of the Society of the Cincinnati, formed by the Officers of the United States, at the Cantonment on the Banks of Hudson's River, May 10, 1783: with the Proceedings of the Massachusetts State Society of the Cincinnati, from Its Organization, June 9, 1783, to July 4, 1811.
1812
 

Latest--Index-Extra. Garfield Assassinated! [Caption titles]. 4to broadside.
1881
 

In Congress, July 4th, 1776, The Unanimous Declaration of the Thirteen United States of America. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadside, Engraved Illustration & Typographical Border with Presidents. Some tone, but fine.
1841
 

The Constitutions of the Several Independent States of America; the Declaration of Independence; the Articles of Confederation Between the Said States; the Treaties...the Second Edition.
1785
 

Infidelity and Abolitionism. An Open Letter to the Friends of Religion, Morality, and the American Union. [Caption title].
1856
 

The Charlestown Convent; Its Destruction by a Mob...August 11, 1834...Also, the Trials of the Rioters...
1870
 

Declaration of Independence. In Congress, July 4, 1776. The Unanimous Declaration of the Thirteen United States of America. [Caption title]. 30" x 20", with large margins.
1830
 

Bound Volume of Ten (10) Sermons and Discourses, Most Relating to the Payson or Warren Families, including Two on the Death of John Warren, M.D. (1753-1815), as below.
1799
 

In Congress, July 4th, 1776. The Unanimous Declaration of the Thirteen United States of America. [Caption title]. Broadside, old cloth rebacking, 26.75" x 21.5", with fourteen vignettes, entwined in a vine motif.
1841
 

A Compendious Chronological Index, Containing a Brief Sketch of the Most Interesting Incidents, Relative to the Discovery and Settlement of America….[Caption title]. Broadside, 22” x 17." Text in three columns within a triple rule border. Paper very browned and brittle, a few small holes with slight loss along folds, area of erosion at bottom middle with loss of several words each from about 15 lines of text.
1815
 

Funeral Honors to the Late President. [Caption title]. Broadside. Text in two columns; with mourning border.
1841
 

Albany Argus--Extra. Tuesday, November 13, 1821...Constitution of the State of New-York, as Amended. Folio broadsheet.
1821
 

Collection of Legal Documents and Forms from Pre-Revolutionary New York. Written 1750s. Documents dated 16- to 1759. 79 pp. Vellum covers, calf spine. 10 x 14.5 inches. Cover delaminating, spine separating, some pages loose, few pages torn out, some partial pages torn out. Edge fraying with chipping & small losses. Fine hand.
1750
 

Order of Exercises, in Commemoration of the Death of William Henry Harrison, Late President of the United States, at the Baptist Meeting House in Cambridge-Port [Mass.], May 14, 1841. [Caption title]. Broadside, 11-5/8” x 10," text in two columns within a simple, heavy black border. Old folds, some spotty foxing. Very good.
1841
 

In Congress, July 4th, 1776, The Unanimous Declaration of the Thirteen United States of America. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadside, Engraved Illustration & Typographical Border with Presidents. Some tone, but fine.
1841
 

The Popular John Brown Song. A Famous Camp Song and Chorus. Partly Written, Composed and Arranged by Frank Wilder. [Caption title]. Oblong large 4to broadside. Musical notes and words in four verses.
1861
 

Story of the Fourth of July, by Uncle Ned. An Epitome of American History, Adapted to Infant Minds.
1850
 

Essex Resolutions [fly title].
1808
 

Plan of a Standing Army of 200,000 Men. Submitted to Congress by the Secretary of War, and Recommended by the President of the United States. Washington, May 26, 1840. To Our Fellow Citizens: We have been informed that the editors of our newspapers, who advocated for the re-election of Mr. Van Buren...have refused to publish the recommendations and project of the Secretary of War for the organization and discipline of the militia of the United States....[Caption and beginning of text].
1850
 

ALGER, WILLIAM ROUNS The Historic Purchase of Freedom. An Oration, Delivered Before the Fraternity, in the Music Hall, Boston, Dec. 22, 1859, the Two Hundredth and Thirty-Ninth Anniversary of the Landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth.
1859
 

ALLEN, G.N. Mexican Treacheries and Cruelties. Incidents and Sufferings in the Mexican War; With Accounts of Hardships Endured; Treacheries of the Mexicans; Battles Fought, and Success of American Arms; Also, an Account of Valiant Soldiers Fallen, and the Particulars of the Death and Funeral Services in Honor of Capt. George Lincoln, of Worcester. By a Volunteer Returned From the War. [Wrapper title].
1848
 

ANON. The Life and Adventures of [John] Paul Jones.
1846
 

ANON. The Life of Major-General William Henry Harrison: Comprising a Brief Account of His Important Civil and Military Services, and an Accurate Description of the Council at Vincennes with Tecumseh, as well as the Victories of Tippecanoe, Fort Meigs and the Thames.
1840
 

ANON. The Treaty of Ghent, and the Fisheries; or the Diplomatic Talents of John Quincy Adams, Candidly Examined.
1824
 

ANON. Mr. Greeley and the Reformers. [Caption title]. Narrow folio broadside, printed in two columns, 19" x 9". Near fine.
1871
 

ANON. A Short History of Algiers, with a Concise View of the Origin of the Rupture Between Algiers and the United States. To which is added, a Copious Appendix: Containing Letters from Captains Penrose, M'Shane, and sundry other American Captives, with a description of the Treatment those Prisoners experienced. Third Edition, Improved.
1805
 

ANON. Discours de son Excellence Monsieur Jean Hancock, President du Congres de Philadelphie.
1776
 

ANON. A Document for All Thinking Men. The Political Letters and Writings of Gen. Scott, Reviewed, Discussed, and Compared. [Caption title].
1852
 

ANON. Col. Robinson's Colossus. Comic Trick Humpty Dumpty Pantomime and Speciality Co.
1875
 

ANON. Die grosse Feuersbrunst zu New-York, am 19. juli 1845. Vollständigste Schilderung nach den berichten von Augenzeugen und amerikan Blättern. Mit einer getreuen Abbildung der Explosion in Broad-street und dem Namensverzeichnisse sämmtlicher Abgebrannten und ihrer Geschäfte.
1845
 

ANSPACH, F.R. The Sons of the Sires; a History of the Rise, Progress, and Destiny of the American Party...to which is added a Review of the Letter of the Hon. Henry A. Wise, Against the Know-Nothings. By an American.
1855
 

ARMROYD, GEORGE. A Connected View of the Whole Internal Navigation of the United States...with a Sheet Map...and with Various Authentic Statistical Deetails. By a Citizen of the United States.
1830
 

ARMSTRONG, KOSCIUSKO Examination of Thomas L. McKenney's Reply to the Review of His Narrative, &c.
1847
 

ATWATER, CALEB. Remarks Made on a Tour to Prairie du Chien; Thence to Washington City, in 1829.
1831
 

BANCROFT, GEORGE. A History of the United States, from the Discovery of the American Continent to the Present Time. Vol. I-II.
1834
 

BEAN, L.L. Hunting - Fishing and Camping.
1942
 

BENSON, EGBERT. Vindication of the Captors of Major Andre.
1817
 

BENTON THOMAS HART. Speech of Mr. Benton, of Missouri, in Reply to Mr. Webster: The Resolution Offered by Mr. Foot, Relative to the Public Lands, Being Under Consideration. Delivered in the Senate, Session 1829-30.
1830
 

BENTON, T.H. Letter from Col. Benton to the People of Missouri. [Caption title].
1853
 

BENTON, THOMAS HART. Speech...in Reply to Mr. Webster: The Resolution Offered by Mr. Foot, Relative to the Public Lands....
1830
 

BIDDLE, NICHOLAS. Oration Delivered before the Pennsylvania State Society of Cincinnati, on the Fourth of July, MDCCCXI.
1811
 

BLACK, S.H.. Engraved Copper Edition, 7.25" x 8," of the text and autographic signatures of the signers; in the center is a circular vignette engraving of the signing on July 4, 1776. With double-frame border, recto recently cleaned, the back time darkened and with tape marks.
1859
 

BLACK, S.H.. Engraved Silver-Plated Copper Plaque, 7.25" x 8," of the complete text and autographic signatures of the signers; in the center is a circular vignette engraving of the signing on July 4, 1776. With double-frame border, in original black walnut frame.
1859
 

BLACK, S.H.. Engraved Copper Edition, 7.25" x 8," of the text and autographic signatures of the signers; in the center is a circular vignette engraving of the signing on July 4, 1776. With double-frame border.
1859
 

BRADFORD, ALDEN. History of Massachusetts, from 1764 [...to 1820]. Vol. I-[III] (all).
1822
 

BRANAGAN, THOMAS. The Flowers of Literature. Being an Exhibition of the Most Interesting Geographical, Historical, Miscellaneous and Theological Subjects. To which are prefixed, Preliminary Addresses, to Parents, Teachers and Their Pupils. A New Edition...
1810
 

BRIDGE, JAMES HOWARD The History of the Carnegie Steel Company. An Inside Review of Its Humble Origin and Impressive Growth.
1903
 

BROWN, JOHN. ALS, 1-1/2 pp., 4to, closely written in ink, on blue-gray paper, dated Springfield, Mass., 17th March 1848. To Simon Perkins ["Friend Perkins"]. Integral address leaf in Brown's hand with postmark. Hole in 2nd leaf not affecting text. Fine and legible.
1848
 

BROWNLOW, WILLIAM G. A Political Register, Setting Forth the Principles of the Whig and Locofoco Parties in the United States, with the Life and Public Services of Henry Clay. Also an Appendix Personal to the Author...
1844
 

BRYANT, HENRY G. American Alpine Club, Philadelphia, Pa., Letter Book 1914-1916, 302 pp., bound “Tokio Letter Copying Book” with carbon and tracing paper copies, index section in front. Sq. sm. folio.
1914
 

BURLEIGH, WILLIAM HE The Republican Pocket Pistol. A Collection of Facts for Freeman.
1856
 

BURROUGHS, STEPHEN, Memoirs of Stephen Burroughs. Vol. II.
1804
 

BURROUGHS, STEPHEN. Sketch of the Life...Containing the Most Interesting Events of His Life, as Given by Himself.
1814
 

BURROUGHS, STEPHEN. Sketch of the Life of the Notorious Stephen Burroughs, Containing the Most Interesting Events of His Life. As Given by Himself.
1810
 

BURROUGHS, STEPHEN. Life of the Notorious Stephen Burroughs: Containing Many Incidents in the Life of This Wonderful Man, Never Before Published.
1853
 

CARTWRIGHT, PETER. Autobiography of Peter Cartwright, the Backwoods Preacher. Edited by W.P. Strickland. Forty-second thousand.
1856
 

CASS, LEWIS. A Discourse Pronounced at the Capitol of the United States, In the Hall of Representatives, Before the American Historical society, January 30, 1836,
1836
 

CAZNEAU, MRS. WILLIA Eagle Pass; or, Life n the Border. By Cora Montgomery.
1852
 

CHAPMAN, JAMES L. Americanism versus Romanism; or, the Cis-Atlantic Battle between Sam and the Pope.
1856
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. Learning and Other Essays.
1910
 

CHASE, SAMUEL. The Answer and Pleas of Samuel Chase, One of the Associate Justices of the Supreme Cout of the United States, to the Articles of Impeachment, Delivered Against Him...by the House of Representatives...
1805
 

CHASTELLUX, FRANCOIS Travels in North America, in the Years 1780, 1781, and 1782. Translated from the French by an English Gentleman, Who Resided in America at that Period. With Notes by the Translator. Vol. I-[II].
1787
 

CLINTON, DE WITT. A Discourse Delivered at Schenectady...Before the New-York Alpha of the Phi Beta Kappa.
1823
 

CLINTON, DE WITT. A Discourse Delivered at Schenectady...Before the New-York Alpha of the Phi Beta Kappa.
1823
 

COLDEN, CADWALLADER Memoir...at the Celebration of the Completion of the New York Canals. [And] Appendix, Containing an Account of the Commemoration of the Completion of the Erie Canal...New York 1826 [Separate title, but pagination continuous with Colden's Memoir]. [And] Narrative of the Festivities Observed in Honor of the Completion of the Grand Erie Canal, Uniting the Waters of the Great Western Lakes with the Atlantic Ocean...by William L. Stone. New York 1825 [Separate title, but pagination continuous with Colden's Memoir].
1825
 

CRAMER, ZADOCK. The Navigator: Containing Directions for Navigating the Monongahela, Allegheny, Ohio, and Mississippi Rivers...with Accurate Maps of the Ohio and Mississippi. To which is added, An Appendix, containing an Account of Louisiana, and of the Missouri and Columbia Rivers, as Discovered by the Voyage Under Captains Lewis and Clarke. Seventh Edition--Improved and Enlarged.
1811
 

CURTISS, DANIEL S. Western Portraiture, and Emigrants' Guide: a Description of Wisconsin, Illinois, and Iowa; with Remarks on Minnesota, and Other Territories.
1852
 

DAVIS, ASHEL. Ancient America: Including the Ruins of Central and other parts of America; the First Inhabitants of the Western Continent; and the Discovery of New England by the Northmen, Five Hundred Years Before Columbus....Twenty-fifth Edition.
1852
 

DAVIS, ASHEL. Antiquities of America, the First Inhabitants of Central America, and the Discovery of New-England, by the Northmen...with Important Additions. A Lecture...Sixteenth Edition, from the Twelfth Boston Edition.
1846
 

DAVISON, G.M. The Traveller's Guide Through the Middle and Northern States, and the Provinces of Canada. Eighth Edition.
1840
 

DECATUR, STEPHEN & J Correspondence, Between the Late Commodore Stephen Decatur and Commodore James Barron, Which Led to the Unfortunate Meeting of the Twenty-Second of March.
1820
 

DENSLOW, VAN BUREN. Fremont and McClellan, Their Political and Military Careers Reviewed...Second Edition.
1862
 

DERBY, JOHN BARTON. Political Reminiscences, Including a Sketch of the Origin and History of the "Statesman Party" of Boston.
1835
 

DIXON, WILLIAM HEPWO New America. With Illustrations from Original Photographs. In Two Volumes. Third Edition.
1867
 

DOW, LORENZO. Analectic History; Touching Nullification, Northern and Southern. The Last Warning of...
1834
 

DRAKE, BENJAMIN & E. Cincinnati in 1826.
1827
 

DUANE, WILLIAM. The Two Americas, Great Britain, and the Holy Alliance.
1824
 

DUANE, WILLIAM. Politics for American Farmers; Being a Series of Tracts, Exhibiting the Blessings of Free Government, As It Is Administered in the United States, Compared with the Boasted Stupendous Fabric of British Monarchy. Originally Written For, and Published in, the Aurora of Philadelphia, in the Beginning of 1807.
1807
 

DUANE, WILLIAM. Report of a Debate, in the Senate of the United States, on a Resolution for Recommending to the Legislatures of the Several States, an Amendment to the Third Paragraph of the First Section of the Second Article of the Constitution of the United States, Relative to the Mode of Electing a President and Vice President of the Said States.
1804
 

DWIGHT, TIMOTHY. Travels; In New England and New York....
1821
 

EDWARDS, J.C. Speech...in Relation to the Territory in Dispute Between the State of Missouri and the United States, and to the True Location of the Boundary between Missouri and Iowa. Delivered in the House...July 20, 1842.
1843
 

EMMONS, WILLIAM. Biography of Martin Van Buren, Vice President of the United States...with the Late Letter of Colonel Thos. H. Benton, to the Convention of the State of Mississippi.
1835
 

FAIRFIELD, EDMUND B. Wickedness in High Place. A Review of the Beecher Case. Second Edition, Revised.
1874
 

FARNUM, ALEXANDER. The Great Tragedy of 1881. A Paper Read Before the Friday Evening Club November 4, 1881.
1882
 

FISHER, WILLIAM. An Interesting Account of the Voyages and Travels of Captains Lewis and Clarke...to which is added A complete Dictionary of the Indian Tongue.
1813
 

FISK, THEOPHILUS. Our Country; Its Dangers and Destiny. An Address Delivered Before the Cadets of the Norwich University, at the Annual Commencement, August 20, 1840.
1845
 

FLINT, TIMOTHY. Recollections of the Last Ten Years, Passed in Occasional Residences and Journeyings in the Valley of the Mississippi, from Pittsburg and the Missouri to the Gulf of Mexico, and from Florida to the Spanish Frontier...
1826
 

FLINT, TIMOTHY. Recollections of the Last Ten Years, Passed in Occasional Residences and Journeyings in the Valley of the Mississippi, from Pittsburg and the Missouri to the Gulf of Mexico, and from Florida to the Spanish Frontier...
1826
 

FREMONT, JOHN CHARLE Two (2) pp. ALS, to Samuel P. Dinsmore, Concerning a Run for President. New York, June 15, 1864. 8vo. Crescent shaped tear, no loss. Ink. Slightly browned & stained.
1864
 

GARRISON, WILLIAM LL The Nation’s Shame. Sonnets…
1899
 

GESNER, ABRAHAM. A Practical Treatise on Coal, Petroleum, and Other Distilled Oils. Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged. By Dr. George Weltden Gesner.
1865
 

GRAHAM, J.D. Messages from the Governors of Maryland and Pennsylvania, Transmitting the Reports of the Joint Commissioners, and of Lieut. Col. Graham...in relation to the Intersection of the Boundary Lines of the States of Maryland, Pennsylvania and Delaware, being a Portion of Mason and Dixon's Line. With a Map. Second Edition.
1862
 

GRAY, FRANK S. "For Love of Bears." A Description of a Recent Hunting Trip with a romantic Finale--A True Story. By "James Daly." Profusely illustrated by pencil sketches...
1886
 

GRAY, FRANK S. "For Love of Bears." A Description of a Recent Hunting Trip with a romantic Finale--A True Story. By "James Daly." Profusely illustrated by pencil sketches...
1886
 

HALE, SALMA. History of the United States of America; With a Brief Account of Some of the Principal Empires & States of Ancient & Modern Times. For the Use of Schools and Private Families. By a Citizen of Massachusetts.
1820
 

HALL, BAYNARD. The New Purchase: Or, Seven and a Half Years in the Far West. By Robert Carlton, Esquire.
1843
 

HAMILTON, THOMAS. Men and Manners in America.
1833
 

HANNA, JOHN SMITH. Lectures on the Glory of Columbia; Embracing a Succinct Account of Numerous Events from the Landing of Christopher Columbus Up to the Present Time. The Whole Interspersed with Biographical Sketches of the Lives and Actions of Illustrious Soldiers of the Revolutionary and Last Wars, Officers and Men. Also, a Number of Eminent Civilians...Embellished with a Number of Engravings.
1844
 

HARDIE, JAMES. The Description of the City of New-York; Containing Its Population, Institutions, Commerce, Manufactures, Public Buildings, Courts of Justice, Places of Amusement, &c. To which is prefixed, A Brief Account of Its First Settlement...
1827
 

HARRISON, WILLIAM H. Inaugural Address. President Wm. H. Harrison, Delivered Before the Two Houses of Congress....March 4, 1841. [Caption title]. Broadside, printed in four columns.
1841
 

HARRISON, WILLIAM H. President Harrison's Inaugural Address. [Caption title in two lines]. Broadside, on silk, four columns of text, printed blue on silk with good margins.
1841
 

HEAD, EDWARD FRANCIS Poltroonius; a Tragic Farce. In One Act. By an Admirer of Chivalry.
1856
 

HINES, DAVID THEO. The Life, Adventures and Opinions of David Theo. Hines, of South Carolina; Master of Arts, and, Sometimes, Doctor of Medicine;--alias, Dr. Hamilton, Col. Hamilton, Dr. Haynes [and 14 more doctors or military officers]...in a Series of Letters to His Friends. Written by Himself.
1840
 

HINES, GUSTAVUS. Life on the Plains of the Pacific. Oregon: Its History, Condition and Prospects...
1851
 

HOFFMAN, C. F. A Winter in the Far West.
1835
 

HOFFMAN, CHARLES FEN A Winter in the West.
1835
 

HOGABOAM, JAMES J. The Bean Creek Valley. Incidents of Its Early Settlement....
1876
 

HOLMES, ABIEL. An Address delivered before the American Antiquarian Society...on Their Second Anniversary...
1814
 

HOSMER, WM. ED. Autobiography of Rev. Alvin Torry, First Missionary to the Six Nations and the Northwestern Tribes of British North America.
1862
 

HUGHES, JOHN T. Doniphan's Expedition; Containing an Account of the Conquest of New Mexico: General Kearney's Overland Expedition to California; Doniphan's Campaign Against the Navahos; His Unparalleled March Upon Chihuahua and Durango; and the Operations of General Price at Santa Fe: with a Sketch of the Life of Col. Doniphan. Illustrated with Plans of Battle-Fields and Fine Engravings.
1847
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. Proclamation By Andrew Jackson, President of the United States. [Caption title].
1832
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. Proclamation By Andrew Jackson, President of the United States of America. [Caption title]. Broadside, 24" x 18". Printed in five columns on silk, with eagle vignette at top, and fine typographical border.
1832
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. President's Message. Salem Gazette, Register, and Observer, Extra....Dec. 11. [Caption title]. Large folio broadsheet, six columns of text on each side.
1830
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. President Jackson's Proclamation. [Caption title]. Broadside, 25.5" x 20." Printed in five columns on silk, with wide borders of flowers and medallions.
1832
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. Proclamation, By Andrew Jackson, President of the United States. [Caption title]. Broadside printed in gold in four columns, with ornate typographical border. 17" x 14."
1832
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. The Proclamation of Andrew Jackson, President, To the People of the United States of America. [Title in three lines, on silk, with typographical border & eagle at top center. Five columns of text].
1832
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. Supplement to the National Intelligencer. Wash[i]ngton: Friday, January 18, 1833. Message of the President [Andrew Jackson]…to both Houses of Congress, transmitting copies of the Ordinance and other Documents, and his Proclamation in relation to South Carolina [caption and sub-heading]. Elephant folio broadsheet (15” x 21”), five columns per side. Old folds, lightly toned and foxed. Very good.
1833
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. The President's Proclamation, Relating to the South Carolina Ordinance. [Caption title]. Broadside on silk, with typographical borders, printed in seven columns.
1832
 

JACKSON, DANIEL. Religious Experience, Call to the Ministry, and Gospel Labors...Including Many Incidents of Pastoral Life, and His Southern Visit in Tennessee...In Two Parts...
1859
 

JACOB, JOHN J. A Biographical Sketch of the Life of the Late Capt. Michael Cresap.
1881
 

JOHNSON, SAMUEL. Political Reflections, Delivered on Springfield-Hill, Massachusetts, March 4th, 1829, in Commemoration of the Inauguration of Gen. Andrew Jackson as President of the United States.
1829
 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM. Remarks, Critical and Historical, on an Article in the...North American Review, relating to Count Pulaski...
1825
 

KEATING, WILLIAM H. Narrative of an Expedition to the Source of St. Peter's River, Lake Winnepeek, Lake of the Woods...in Two Volumes.
1824
 

KEATING, WILLIAM H. Narrative of an Expedition to the Source of St. Peter's River, Lake Winnepeek, Lake of the Woods...in Two Volumes.
1824
 

KENT, JAMES. An Anniversary Discourse, Delivered Before the New-York Historical Society, December 6, 1828.
1829
 

KENT, JAMES. An Address Delivered at New Haven, Before the Phi Beta Kappa Society, September 13, 1831.
1831
 

KIRK, EDWARD N. Great Men are God's Gift. A Discourse on the Death of the Hon. Daniel Webster. Delivered in Mt. Vernon Church, on Sunday, Oct. 31, 1852. Published by Request of the Mount Vernon Association of Young Men.
1852
 

KNOWLES, JAMES D. Oration, Delivered at the Columbian College, in the District of Columbia, July 4, 1823.
1823
 

LAMBERT, JOHN. Travels Through Canada, and the United States...1806, 1807, & 1808. Biographical Notices and Anecdotes of Some of the Leading Characters in the United States. In Two Volumes. With a Map and Numerous Engravings. Third Edition, Corrected and Improved.
1816
 

LESTER, C. EDWARDS E The Gallery of Illustrious Americans, Containing the Portraits and Biographical Sketches of Twenty-Four of the Most Eminent Citizens of the Republic, Since the Death of Washington. Daguerreotypes by Brady--Engraved by D'Avignon.
1850
 

LETTS, J. M. A Pictorial View of California; Including a Description of the Panama and Nicaragua Routes.
1853
 

LLOYD, THOMAS Stenog The Trials of William S. Smith, and Samuel G. Ogden, for Misdemeanours, Had in the Circuit Court of the United States for the New-York District, in July, 1806. With a Preliminary Account of the Proceedings of the Same Court Against Messrs. Smith & Ogden, in the Preceding April Term.
1807
 

LYMAN, THEODORE. A Short Account of the Hartford Convention, Taken from Official Documents, and Addressed to the Fair Minded and the Well Disposed. To which is added an Attested Copy of the Secret Journal of that Body.
1823
 

M'CLUNG, JOHN. Sketches of Western Adventure: Containing an Account of the Most Interesting Incidents Connected with theSettlement of the West, from 1755 to 1794: Together with an Appendix.
1832
 

M'CLUNG, JOHN. Sketches of Western Adventure: Containing an Account of the Most Interesting Incidents Connected with the Settlement of the West, from 1755 to 1794: With an Appendix. Revised and Corrected, with Engraving.
1847
 

MACHIAVEL sic, NICHO The Art of War. In Seven Books...To which is added, Hints Relative to Warfare, by a Gentleman of the State of New-York [Robert Fulton].
1815
 

MACHIAVEL sic, NICHO The Art of War. In Seven Books...To which is added, Hints Relative to Warfare, by a Gentleman of the State of New-York [Robert Fulton].
1815
 

MADISON JAMES. An Act To lay and collect a Direct Tax [Caption title]. Narrow 4to broadside, chip in margin on left side.
1813
 

MANN, HORACE. An Oration, Delivered at Dedham [Mass.], July 4th, 1823....
1823
 

MARSH, GEO. P. The American Historical School: a Discourse Delivered Before the Literary Societies of Union College.
1847
 

MARSHALL, JOHN. The Life of George Washington...Compiled Under the Inspection of the Honourable Bushrod Washington...to which is Prefixed an Introduction...
1804
 

MAXCY, JONATHAN. An Oration, Delivered in the First Congregational Meeting-House, in Providence, on the Fourth of July, 1799. Contemporary manuscript presentation to one Edward Whipple, from persons unknown, on upper corner of title.
1799
 

McKEAN, JOSEPH. A Plea for Friendship and Patriotism; in Two Discourses...on the Annual Fast, 7 April, 1814.
1814
 

McLEOD, DONALD. History of Wiskonsan, From Its First Discovery to the Present Period, Including a Geological and Topographical Description of the Territory with a Correct Catalogue of Its Plants.
1846
 

MEAD, CHARLES. Mississippian Scenery; a Poem, Descriptive of the Interior of North America.
1819
 

MERCER, CHARLES FENT An Exposition of the Weakness and Inefficiency of the Government of the United States...
1845
 

MILLER, HENRY W. Address Delivered Before the Philanthropic and Dialectic Societies of the University of North Carolina...
1857
 

MONK, JACOB Publishe Monk's New American Map Exhibiting the Larger Portion of North America; Embracing the United States and Territories, Mexico and Central America including the West India Islands, Canadas, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia. Compiled from recent Government surveys and other authentic sources.
1856
 

MONROE, JAMES. Message From the President ... to Both Houses of Congress, at the Commencement of the First Session of the Eighteenth Congress. December 2, 1823. Printed by Order of the House....
1823
 

MONROE, JAMES. Christian Mirror….Extra....December 12, 1823. [Caption title].
1823
 

MORRIS, GOUVERNEUR. An Oration Upon the Death of General Washington.... Delivered at the Request of the Corporation of the City of New-York, on the 31st Day of December, 1799.
1800
 

MORTON, NATHANIEL. New-England's Memorial: Or, a Brief Relation of...the Planters of New-England, in America: With Special Reference to...New-Plymouth...
1772
 

NEW HAMPSHIRE REPUBL Address of the Great State Convention of Friends of the Administration, Assembled at the Capitol in Concord, June 12, 1828. With the Speech of Mr. [Ichabod] Bartlett, in Reply to the Charges Which Have Been Made Against Mr. Adams.
1828
 

PACKARD, ALPHEUS S. Address on the Life and Character of Thomas C. Upham, D.D. Delivered at the Interment, Brunswick, Me., April 4, 1872.
1873
 

PAINE, THOMAS?. General Wolfe. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadside (28.5 x 24 cm.) Verse in two columns.
1800
 

PAINE, WILLIAM. An Address to the Members of the American Antiquarian Society, Pronounced in King's Chapel, Boston, on Their Third Anniversary, October 23, 1815.
1815
 

PARK, ROSWELL. A Sketch of the History and Topography of West Point and the U.S. Military Academy.
1840
 

PARKINSON, RICHARD. The Experienced Farmer's Tour in America...to which are added, Sketches, Published by J.B. Boadley, Esq. Philadelphia...
1805
 

PARKMAN, FRANCIS JR. The California and Oregon Trail: Being Sketches of Prairie and Rocky Mountain Life.
1849
 

PAULDING, J.K. The United States and England: Being a Reply to the Criticism of Inchiquin's Letters....
1815
 

PAYNE, JOHN HOWARD. From the New York Evening Post, of November 28, 1850. John Howard Payne's Reply to Senator Benton. [Caption title]. Large 4to. Single sheet folded to 4 pp., with text on p. [1] and p. [4].
1850
 

PECK, J.M. A Guide for Emigrants, Containing Sketches of Illinois, Missouri, and the Adjacent Parts.
1837
 

PICKERING, TIMOTHY. Instructions to the Envoys Extraordinary and Ministers Plenipotentiary from the United States...to the French Republic, Their Letters of Credence and Full Powers, and the Dispatches Received from Them Relative to Their Mission.
1798
 

POST, C.C. Ten Years a Cowboy. Addenda by Tex Bender, the Cowboy Fiddler.
1898
 

PRANG, LOUIS & H. MI (The State Arms of the Union.) Title leaf lacking.
1876
 

PRIEST, JOSIAH. American Antiquities, and Discoveries in the West: Being an Exhibition of the Evidence that an Ancient Population of Partially Civilized Nations...Peopled America...and Inquiries into Their Origin, with a Copious Description of many of their stupendous Works, now in ruins...Second Edition, Revised.
1833
 

PRINCE, THOMAS? The Vade Mecum for America: Or a Companion for Traders and Travellers: Containing...the Names of the Towns...of New-England, New-York, and the Jersies...Pensilvania, Maryland and Virginia...a Description of the Principal Roads from the Mouth of Kennebeck-River...to James River in Virginia...To which is added, the Names of the Streets in Boston.
1732
 

RANDOLPH, EDMUND. A Vindication of Mr. Randolph's Resignation.
1795
 

RAY, WILLIAM. Horrors of Slavery: or, the American Tars in Tripoli. Containing an Account of the Loss and Capture of the United States Frigate Philadelphia...Written During Upwards of Nineteen Months' Imprisonment and Vassalage Among the Turks.
1808
 

REDE, LEMAN THOMAS. The Art of Money Getting; Showing the Means by Which an Individual May Obtain and Retain Health, Wealth, and Happiness.
1832
 

REED, WILLIAM B. A Letter on American History.
1847
 

RICHARDSON, JOHN. An Account of the Life of that Ancient Servant...giving a Relation of Many of His Trials...in England, Ireland and America.
1807
 

ROBERTSON, DAVID. Reports of the Trials of Colonel Aaron Burr...for Treason, and for a Misdemeanor, in Preparing the Means of a Military Expedition Against Mexico...to which is added, an Appendix. Containing the Arguments and Evidence in Support and Defence of the Motion...to Commit A. Burr, H. Blannerhassett and I. Smith, to be Sent for Trial to the State of Kentucky...
1808
 

ROPES, MRS. H.A. Six Months in Kansas. By a Lady.
1856
 

ROPES, MRS. H.A. Six Months in Kansas. By a Lady.
1856
 

ROWLAND, WILLIAM F. A Sermon, Delivered at Exeter [N.H.], December 22d, 1820. Being the Second Centennial Anniversary of the Landing of the Pilgrims of New-England. Published by Request of the Hearers.
1821
 

RUSH, RICHARD. ALS to Minister Charles Bagot, April 27, 1817. 4to. 1 p. Ink. Fine.
1817
 

RUSSELL, JONATHAN. An Oration, Pronounced July 4, 1800, at the Baptist Meeting-house in Providence; It Being the Anniversary of American Independence.
1830
 

SARGENT, WINTHROP. Political Intolerance, or the Violence of Party Spirit; Exemplified in A Recent Removal from Office: With a Comment upon Executive Conduct...By one of the American People.
1801
 

SCHOOLCRAFT, H.R., C Report of the Committee of the New York Historical Society, on a National Name, March 31, 1845. [Caption title].
1845
 

SEWARD, WILLIAM H. The Elements of Empire in America.
1844
 

SEYBERT, ADAM. Statistical Annals: Embracing Views of the Population, Commerce, Navigation, Fisheries, Public Lands, Post Office Establishment, Revenues, Mint, Military and Naval Establishments, Expenditures, Public Debt, and Sinking Fund, of the United States of America....
1818
 

SEYBERT, ADAM. Statistical Annals: Embracing Views of the Population, Commerce, Navigation, Fisheries, Public Lands, Post Office Establishment, Revenues, Mint, Military and Naval Establishments, Expenditures, Public Debt, and Sinking Fund, of the United States of America....
1818
 

SHERBURNE, ANDREW. Memoirs of Andrew Sherburne: a Pensioner of the Navy of the Revolution.
1828
 

SHRIMPTON, CHARLES. The Black Phantom, or Woman's Endurance: a Narrative Connected with the Early History of Canada and the American Revolution.
1867
 

SILLIMAN, AUGUSTUS E A Gallop Among American Scenery: or, Sketches of American Scenes and Military Adventure.
1843
 

SMITH, ROBERT. Robert Smith's Address to the People of the United States.
1811
 

STUART, JAMES. Three Years in North America. From the Second London Edition. In Two Volumes.
1833
 

SUTCLIFF, ROBERT. Travels in Some Parts of North America, in the Years 1804, 1805, & 1806.
1812
 

TAYLOR, JOHN. An Enquiry into the Principles and Tendency of Certain Public Measures.
1794
 

THOM, ADAM. The Claims of the Oregon Territory Considered.
1844
 

THOMAS, DAVID. Travels Through the Western Country in the Summer of 1816...with a Map of the Wabash Country, Now Settling.
1819
 

THOMAS, ISAIAH. Communication from the President of the American Antiquarian Society to the Members, October 24th, 1814. Together with the Laws of the Society, as Revised.
1814
 

THOMAS, ISAIAH. The History of Printing in America. With a Biography of Printers, and an Account of Newspapers....In Two Volumes.
1810
 

THOMAS, ISAIAH. Communication from the President of the American Antiquarian Society to the Members, October 24th, 1814. Together with the Laws of the Society, as Revised.
1814
 

THOMPSON, WADDY. Recollections of Mexico.
1846
 

THOMPSON, ZADOCK. History of the State of Vermont, from Its Earliest Settlement to the Cose of the Year 1832.
1833
 

THORBURN, GRANT Comp The Correspondence Between Thomas Paine and William Carver. Extracted from Cheetham’s Life of Paine, page 252, Published in 1809.
1831
 

TOCQUEVILLE, ALEXIS De La Democratie en Amerique....Tome Premier [-Cinquieme].
1840
 

VAUX, ROBERTS. Memoirs of the Life of Anthony Benezet.
1817
 

VERPLANCK, GULIAN C. An Anniversary Discourse, Delivered before the New-York Historical Society, December 7, 1818.
1818
 

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1814
 

WEBSTER, DANIEL. Speech...in Rely [sic] to Mr. Hayne, of South Carolina: the Resolution Offered by Mr. Foot, Relative to the Public Lands, Being Under Consideration. Delivered in the Senate, January 26, 1830.
1830
 

WEBSTER, DANIEL. Supplement. Mr. Webster's Second Speech. [Caption title]. Folio broadsheet, printed in five columns on recto & four on verso.
1830
 

WEBSTER, DANIEL. A Discourse, Delivered at Plymouth, December 22, 1820. In Commemoration of the First Settlement of New-England.
1821
 

WEEMS, REV. MASON LO The Philanthropist; or, a Good Twenty-Five Cents Worth of Political Love Powder, for Honest Adamites and Jeffersonians...
1799
 

WILLARD, EMMA. An Appeal to the Public, Especially Those Concerned in Education, Against the Wrong and Injury Done by Marcus Willson, in His Pamphlet Entitled "Report on American Histories..." Showing Also Their Trespasses on My Literary Property. [Wrapper title].
1847
 

WILLIAMS, ROGER. Publications of the Narragansett Club. (First Series). Volume I-[VI] (all published).
1866
 

WILLIAMS, THOMAS WHE ALS to Charles Phelps Williams, Stonington, Connecticut. Postmark, Washington City, July 24, 1840. Signed “Your friend. Th. W. Williams”. One sheet 10”x16” folded and addressed, free frank. Ink, bright, previous folds, very good.
1840
 

WILLIAMS, WILLIAM. Journal of the life, Travels, and Gospel Labours, of William Williams, a Minister of the Society of Friends, Late of White-Water, Indiana.
1828
 

WOOLMAN, JOHN. The Works of John Woolman.
1774
 

WORCESTER, J.E. A Gazetteer of the United States Abstracted from the Universal Gazetteer...
1818
 

WRIGHT, FRANCES. Views of Society and Manners in America...by an Englishwoman
1821
 

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