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The Original For 1837. Dedicated to the good citizens of New-Port, by their obedient and humble servant, Pieraizanghsikghi Bohgamjavouleniskogghe, K.D.G., graduate of T.N.P.S.A.P.C.O.R.S. [Caption title.] Broadside, 20" x 15", rebacked, a few letters lacking at two old folds. Occasional spots of browning.
1837
 

New Clothing and Dry Goods Store, No. 11 Dauphin Street, Mobile [Ala.]. [Caption title.]
1839
 

Illustrissimo Jacobo Sullivan...Theses hasce Juvenes in Artibus initiati...
1808
 

To Christian Mothers. [Caption title.]
1840
 

Pitman's Phonography. [Caption title.] Broadside, 14.5" x 22."
1854
 

Regimen During Homoeopathic Treatment. [Caption title.] Broadside, 7" x 8".
1850
 

Indenture Between the Trustees of Rhode Island Colony, in the names of Jahleel Brenton, Thomas Richardson, Daniel Updike, Gideon Wanton, John Dester, Edward Scott, James Arnold and George Brown, with Samuel Peares for a tract of land in Warwick, dated 1743; discharged in 1750. Small folio broadside, printed & filled in in holograph. Somewhat browned, but fine.
1744
 

A Table of Simple Interest at 6 per cent. for any Sum, from one Day to a Year, calculated to a Farthing. Haverhill, [Mass.], July 10, 1765. [Caption title]. Broadside, 18" x 22".
1765
 

Order of Exercises at the Installation of St. Matthew's Lodge, August 21, 1823. [Caption title]. Broadside, 9" x 11". Printed in two columns with a typographical border.
1823
 

National American--Extra. New York and Erie Railroad. Another Statement of the Engineers. [Caption title]. Folio broadside, printed in three columns.
1856
 

Berean Directory, For reading the bible through every two years, reckoning from January 1st, 1831. [Caption title]. Broadside, 10" x 8".
1830
 

[Caption title]. Broadside, 16" x 12".
1856
 

Temperance Hymn. [Caption title]. Broadside, 9" x 7.5". Printed in two columns.
1844
 

To the Inhabitants of Boston. The Boston Young Men's Temperance Society...William F. Otis, President...[Caption title & partial text]. Broadside, 10" x 8-1/2".
1833
 

Catalogue of the Cadets of the U.S. Military Academy. West-Point, January 1, 1819. [Caption title]. Folio broadside, with typographical border.
1818
 

"View of Southport, Wisconsin, October 1844." Folio sized letterhead, with large water view length-wise at top. Used for a letter and well filled, dated "Wis. Territory, Dec. 28, 1844." Used as a self-mailer.
1844
 

Albany and the Intermediate Places Passage $1.50 No Charge for Berths. The Splendid Steamboat North America. Capt. M.H. Truesdell, Will leave the Steamboat Pier between Courtlandt and Liberty Sts. This Afternoon....at Five o'clk. Saturday, April 23, 1842. [Caption title & entire text]. Broadside, 10" x 10", trimmed close all around, especially the top.
1842
 

1863
 

On the Death of Mrs. Mary Hayward of Easton. [Caption title]. 4to broadside. Printed in two columns. Browned.
1825
 

An Appeal for the Sabbath. [Caption title]. 4to broadside, printed in two columns, with typographical border.
1830
 

Petition to Congress. To the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States: The subscribers, citizens of the United States, residents of the town of_____in the State of____[Caption title & partial text]. Large 4to broadside, printed in three columns, docketed on back: "Memorial of Abolition Society."
1840
 

Fredericksburg Rail Road Only. Confederate States of America. War Department. Richmond. (May 22), 1864. Permission is granted...
1864
 

Third Census of the State of New-York. [Caption title]. Large folio broadside, printed in seven columns.
1812
 

Loss of the Ship Columbia. [Caption title]. Sm. 4to broadside. Printed in two columns.
1830
 

Mechanics Hall. Tuesday Even'g, March 31, 1874. Mrs. Scott Siddons and Master Henry Walker the Class of '74 of the W.T.I....a choice selection of Readings...[Caption title & partial text]. Broadside 43" x 28".
1874
 

State Debt of the Dorrites! How Is It To Be Paid? If Carpenter is elected, a Land Tax is inevitable! [Caption title]. Folio broadside, printed in three columns.
1843
 

A True Abstract, of the Statement of the Several Bank Corporations in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Rendered January, 1819. [Caption title]. Oblong small folio broadside, silked. Typographical border.
1819
 

Algerine Law. [Caption title]. Broadside, 12.5" x 7.5", printed in two columns.
1842
 

Ferdinand Meyer, Whoesale and Retail Hosiery, Glove, Worsted, General Trimming, and Variety Store, No. 139 Baltimore Street...[Caption title]. Broadside, 12" x 9". Typographical border.
1850
 

Old Roxbury.Wednesday, December 28, 1853. [Caption title].
1853
 

The Carrier, of the Political Index, to His Patrons. [Caption title]. Folio broadside, 17" x 10," printed in two columns of verse, with typographical border.
1808
 

Gott su der Wittwe {God talking to a widow.] [And] Zuruf eines Leidenten, vot seinem, vot seinem Ende, an seine betrubte Wittwe und trauerude Kinder. [Words of a suffering man before his end, to his troubled widow and grieving children]. [Caption titles]. 4to broadsheet.
1840
 

The Carriers of the Columbian Centinel, With the purest wishes of New-Year's Day, and Grateful Acknowledgments of Past Favors, Respectfully Offer Tribute of a Gifted Muse, as Their Forty-Third Anniversary Address to Its Generous Patrons. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadside verse in two columns, with typographical border and wide margins.
1826
 

Firemen's Tournament. July 5th and 6th [,] 1859. [Caption title]. Broadside, 10" x 6." Typographical border.
1859
 

IRISHMAN, Will stand at the stable of Conrad Chism...[Caption title & partial text]. Broadside, 16" x 11."
1843
 

Mann's Felly-Bending Machine. Patented August 31, 1858. [Caption title]. Folio broadside with engraved illustration of the machine at work, plus text.
1858
 

Epitaph. Here Lie the Mutilated and Disjointed Remains of the Noblest Form of Government....[Caption title]. Broadside, 23.5" x 9.5." Printed in two columns in a variety of types with black border.
1860
 

Elk Barbecue and Wildwest Show...$1,200 in Purses...[Caption title]. Large folio broadside, with image of rider & bucking horse.
1925
 

Order of Exercises at the Celebration of the 200th Anniversary of the Settlement of Springfield, May 25, 1836. [Caption title]. Tall 4to broadside, verse in two columns.
1836
 

Address to the Public. The Trustees of Jefferson College at Washington, Mississippi, have the satisfaction to announce to the public that the Institution is now prepared for the reception of students...25th April, 1839...Levin Wales, Secretary Board of Trustees. [Caption title & partial text]. 13" x 16," printed in four columns, as though on two pages.
1839
 

Star and Chronicle Extra. [Caption title]. Large folio broadsheet.
1862
 

Annual Greeting of the Carriers to the Patrons of "The Press." For January 1st, 1866. [Caption title beneath lithographic scene of Lincoln and his Cabinet]. Broadside, 11" x 8.5". With typographic border.
1866
 

A Representation of Governor Wall Ordering Serjeant B. Armstrong, Without a Trial, to be tied to a gun, at Coree, in Africa, and inhumanly flogged by Black Slaves, who were changed every twenty-five lashes. [Caption title & partial text]. [Followed by large woodcut of the scene]. 12" x 7." Fine.
1802
 

Lee's Rebel Raid in Pennsylvania. Tune,--"The Mistletoe Bough." [Caption title]. Two columns of verse. Broadside, 9" x 6.5."
1863
 

Reject the Susan B. Anthony Amendment. Woman Suffrage in Action! Would Southern Men Approve of This? Votes for Women Means Jury Duty for Women. [Caption title]. Broadside, 12" x 8."
1918
 

Planks from the Suffrage Platform--as Stated by Mrs. C.C. Catt. [Caption title]. Broadside, 12" x 8.5."
1920
 

Proceedings of the Democratic Mass Meeting at Lancaster. October 8, 1856. [Caption title]. Folio broadside with text in five columns.
1856
 

To the Patriotic! At a Meeting held in Smith's Hall...April 17, 1861, to make provisions for assisting the families of those Volunteers...the following Central Relief Committee was appointed...[Caption title & partial text]. [Folio broadside].
1861
 

Catalogue of the Art Union Society, Distribution for 1855. [Caption title]. Narrow tall folio broadside.
1855
 

Plan of the Senate Chamber. First Session. Thirty-First Congress. Directory of the Senators. [Caption titles]. Sq. small folio broadside.
1850
 

The Four Snow-White Albino Boys, Born of Negro Parents! As They Appear in Their Unrivaled Musical Entertainments...[Caption title]. Large folio.
1844
 

Governor Wall's Ghost. Tune--Snug Little Island. [Caption title.] Sm. folio broadside.
1802
 

The Four Indian Kings. Part I. How a beautiful Lady conquered one of the Indian Kings. [Caption title.] Oblong broadside in four columns of verse. [Our copy in two parts, neatly remounted on paper, as per the copy at the JCB.]
1710
 

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

Carrier's Address, to the Patrons of the Marietta Republican. January 1, 1853. [Caption title]. Small folio broadside, printed in blue & red with a red typographical border.
1853
 

Ein murkwurdigen Traum, ber im Jahr 1757 von einer gewissen Person, betressend Philadelphia...[Caption title]. Sm. 4to broadsheet, each side printed in two columns.
1768
 

Old Soldier's Advocate,--Extra.[ Caption title]. Folio broadside, printed in four columns.
1861
 

Long Tail Blue. As Originally Sung by Mr. T.B. Nathans. In All the Southern and Philadelphia Circuses. [Caption title]. Broadside, 9" x 9". Printed in two columns with typographical border.
1830
 

Organization of the Primary Schools. December, 1838. [Caption title]. Broadside, 16" x 7". Typographical border.
1838
 

This is to Certify that (Col. Darius Branch)...is a (Member) for Life...New York (Nov. 12, 1847). [Signed by the President and three Secretaries]. Printed & holograph, with a large engraving of a printing press, surrounded by a crowd receiving printed books from two members of the Society.
10803
 

A Series of Six Receipts, 4" x 10.5," from the Port of New York, each for a Chest of Chinese Hyson or Souchong Tea, dated variously 1830-32. Signed in type & stamped "M.M. Noah." Signed in ink by various inspectors.
1830
 

Folgendes is der Inhalt von diesem Abriss...[followed by text numbered through p. 22]. Broadside, 13" x 15." Browning & old folds, but very good.
1820
 

Election Notice! State of Illinois---Morgan County. [Caption title]. Folio broadside on blue paper.
1856
 

Central American Colonization Society. [Oblong 4to printed membership certificate in two colors.]
1865
 

Memorial of Susan de Benneville Keim, Who Departed This Life, On Sunday Evening, January 15th, 1837, Aged 88 Years and 8 Months. [Caption title] Large 4to silk broadside in two columns with typographical border.
1837
 

Arrangement of the Fleet of Steam Boats, On Friday, 4th November, 1825. [Caption title]. Sm. folio broadside. Accompanied by a silk ribbon, "Alliance of Neptune and Pan--Union of Erie with the Atlantic."
1825
 

The Hutchinson Family, Organized in 1842. [Caption title]. Large folio broadside with portraits of six family members, and a view of the Old Homestead in Milford, N.H. In a circle in the center: "Tribe of Asa."
1870
 

Iowa Citizen Extra. [Caption title]. Narrow folio broadside. Two columns.
1857
 

Preamble and By-Laws of the Lafayette Artillery Company, First Regiment. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadside, printed in two columns with typographical border on pink paper.
1875
 

List of Delegates to the Ohio Constitutional Convention. In Columbus--Assembled May 6, 1860. [Caption title.] Folio broadside, with typographical border.
1850
 

Republican Bulletin No. 1. Who Is John C. Fremont? [Caption title] Narrow 4to broadside.
1864
 

New Year's Address of the Carriers of the of the Providence Daily Evening Press. January 1, 1866. [Caption title]. Sm. folio verse broadside, printed in two columns with typographicl border.
1866
 

Carriers' Address to the Patrons of the Native Eagle and American Advocate, for the Year 1847. [Caption title]. Folio verse broadside in three columns, with woodcuts of Washington and an eagle, along with a wide typographical border.
1847
 

Chronicle--Extra. Jeff. Davis Captured! Warren, May 14, 1:30 P.M. We are indebted to Messrs. Camp & Russel, of the A. & G.W. Telegraph Line, for the following dispatch:...[Caption title & partial text]. Narrow 8vo broadside.
1865
 

Southbridge Journal, Extra. Southbridge, May 17, 1864, [Caption title.] Narrow sm. 4to. broadside, with portrait.
1864
 

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
 

Complete in About 50 Numbers--at 25 Cents Each. Harper's Iluminated and New Pictorial Bible Embellished with Sixteen Hundred Historical Engravings, Exclusive of an Initial Letter to Each Chapter, by J.A. Adams, More Than Fourteen Hundred of Which are from Original Designs, by J.G. Chapman....[Caption title & partial text]. Sm. folio broadside, printed in green with elaborate red & green typographical border.
1843
 

California Certificate of Residence for Frank Jack. No. 91324. March 14, 1894. Visalia, California. 1 page oblong 4to document with photograph of subject, slightly faded to sepia. Official seal, signed by proxy for O.M. Welburn, Collector of Internal Revenue, First District of California. Repair with archival tape on verso.
1894
 

John Kerew, Importer and Manufacturer, at His Navigation Store...[Caption title]. 6.5" x 8". Stained, rebacked. Conserved.
1850
 

Rockford Register. Extra. Rockford, April 3, 4 P.M. Capture of Richmond Conformed! Petersburg Evacuated! [Caption title (in six lines)]. Narrow 8vo. broadside, with eagle & flag motif.
1865
 

Collins’ Patent Horizontal Hop-Yard. Agreement date; June 12, 1866. Patented December 1, 1863. Signed “Collins & Pratt” and witness Benj. Kirkham. Large 4to. Previous folds, glued to board. Printed form with holograph additions and graphic illustration at top of hop yard. Very good.
1863
 

Do You Know That In Another Week Will Come the Message From the Ku Klux Klan? [Caption title/text]. Large 8vo. broadside, corners torn on right side, cheap paper.
1916
 

The Carrier's Address to the Patrons of The Jeffersonian. January 1, 1835. [Caption title]. Folio broadside with two columns of prose and verse & double typographical border.
1835
 

Blue Bell Association of Montgomery County, Dec. 18, 1843. 8.5" x 7”. Engraved with image of horse thief being pursued by rider shouting “stop thief!”. Signed [George?] Gilbert. Date & signatures in holograph. [And] Partition for Lands and Tenements in Philadelphia County. May 20, 1775. 3.5" x 8.5”. Printed and signed & dated. Signed in print: George Dewees, Sheriff. Framed together in an old wood frame painted gold, browned, some staining, overall good.
1775
 

John Brown Meeting,/ Liberty Hall, Jan. 4th, 1860/ John Brown's Favorite Hymn. [Caption title]. Narrow 16mo. broadside. Verse with typographical border.
1860
 

Uncle Sam's Farm. [Caption title]. 8vo. broadside, six verses; with typographical border.
1845
 

In the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Seventh Six. An Act for providing a Reinforcement to the American Army. [Caption title].
1776
 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the House of Representatives, June 6, 1792. Whereas in the Act for enquiring into the rateable Estates within this Commonwealth, passed in the last Session of the Legislature...[Caption title & partial text]. Folio broadside. Signed in type by John Hancock & others.
1792
 

Another gross Forgery of J.B. Moore, an infamous Falsehood of Samuel Bell, EXPOSED!! New Hampshire Patriot...March 8, 1828. [Caption title]. Folio Broadsheet,11.5"x19," Old Folds, Fine.
1828
 

The New York Circus...Brass & Reed Band...Golden Chariot...Handsomest Team of Twenty-Four Horses...Mammoth Band...Musical Brigade...Team of Twelve Fairy Ponies...Narrow illustrated elephant folio broadsheet, edges frayed, but very good.
1872
 

Sweet William, of Plymouth. [Caption title]. Large 4to verse broadside, printed in three columns.
1810
 

Improved Air-Tight Stoves, Manufactured and For Sale by H. & F. Stampson, Agents for Dr. Orr...[Caption title]. Small folio broadside, with typographical border. Browned.
1840
 

Benedict Arnold & Horatio Seymour! Their Identity of Views. Who Is To Be President of the United States? From the New York Times of September 19, 1864. [Caption title]. Sm. folio broadside, in two columns, with typographical border.
1868
 

The Yankee Ship, and the Fisherman's Girl. [Caption title]. 4to broadside, in two columns, with fine vignette of the ship, & typographical border.
1836
 

Military Parade Orders for Nath(aniel) Lunt. Newbury, (Massachusetts), Sept. 27, 1811. Printed order with name filled in from Sergeant Samuel Shaw, Sgt. Oblong 12mo. Uncut, fine.
1811
 

American Bible Society Membership Certificate for Rev. Jason Allen. Signed by Matthew Clarkson and J[ohn] B. Romeyn. Circa 1821-1832. 4to sheet, printed & holograph, folded. Page 1 printed, 2-4 blank. Engraving of Bible by J. Seymour, Printer. Edges browned.
1821
 

Catalogue of Wm. Elmer's Stock. [Caption title] Sm 4to broadside, very good with pencilling.
1830
 

A Key To Find Any Name or Word. [Caption title]. 8vo. broadside with thick typographical border.
1850
 

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. In General Assembly, October Session, 1779. An Act for the better forming, regulating and conducting the military Force of this State. [Caption title]. Folio broadsheet. Printed in three columns of each side. Uncut.
1779
 

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
 

Jacob Milligan, and John Cumine, Have entered into Copartnership, some Weeks past, under the Firm of Jacob Milligan, & Co. in the Vendue & Factorage Business...[Caption title]. Sm. folio broadside.
1783
 

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
 

State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. In General Assembly, October Session, 1779. An Act for the better forming, regulating and conducting the military Force of this State. [Caption title]. Folio broadsheet. Printed in three columns of each side. Uncut.
1779
 

...Great 6 Day Walking Match at Palace Hall...Brooklyn...[Caption title]. Narrow small folio broadside, on brown paper, fine.
1880
 

Lines Composed by Mrs. Sophia Thurell on the Death of Her Brother Master John Emery of South-Berwick [Maine], who was drowned on 30th March, 9” X 6-5/8”. 19 four-line stanzas in two columns separated by an ornamental rule, a second rule separating caption from text.
1824
 

A Love Song [and] The Cobbler, etc. [caption title]. Broadside, 10” X 9," illustrated with cuts of a woman and of a cobbler at head, verse in two columns separated by an ornamental rule.
1824
 

Something New! The William Stoddard Patent Shingle Machine! For Splitting or Riving and Shaving Shingles. Patented Nov. 24th, 1854. May be seen in operation at [supplied in pencil: J. Banister & Co./ Fond du Lac, Wisconsin] [caption title]. Broadside, 9” X 7," printed on blue paper, text within an ornamental border, signed in type at conclusion of text by C.K. Morrill & Co. of Lowell, Mass, dated June 12th, 1855. Old folds. A nice copy.
1856
 

A Lyste of Sacred Hymns and Tunes, and likewise Worldly Songs, certain of Wh[ich] were sunge in ye yere of our Lord 1673, and Wh[ich] pieces will be once more played and Sunge at a Greate Concerte, To be attended at Ye Free Library Halle in Ye Towne of Bennington, on ye Friday, ye 27th Day of ye Third Month, N.S., in ye yere of or Lord, 1874. All money wh[ich] shall be payed in for thys entertaynment is to go for Ye benefit of ye men and women who receive it. N.b. Deacon Grover has most excellent goode Cyder at hys shoppe next door to ye Tavern barne [caption and start of text]. Small 4to broadside. Old folds, wrinkled, some light soiling.
1874
 

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
 

Educators’ Meeting. Appreciation of American Sympathy. [Caption title]. Broadside, 21” X 14." Text in 5 columns, plainly printed without border “(Japan Times, Sunday, May 29)” printed in red in small type at lower right corner. Thin paper uniformly browned. Old folds, clean 4” separation at bottom center. Very good.
1904
 

PINKERTON’S NATIONAL POLICE AGENCY. To the Legal Profession: Gentlemen, The undersigned takes the liberty of presenting this circular, with the view of calling your attention to his Detective Agencies….[Caption & beginning of text]. Broadside, 10“ x 8," signed in type by Allan Pinkerton at conclusion.
1867
 

Loss of the Ship Albion! [Caption title]. Broadside, 10” x 5-5/8," nine four-line stanzas within an ornamental border. Tipped to stiff board. Paper browned and a little stained, trimmed right down to border, small piece missing from lower left corner.
1825
 

National Inauguration Ball, March 4, 1865.
1865
 

Died, Near the South-Side Rail Road, on Sunday, April 9th, 1865, The Southern Confederacy, Aged Four Years....[Caption title & partial text]. Oblong 4to broadside on heavy stock with ornamental border. Fine.
1865
 

Extra. The True American. Monday, August 17, 1801. As the following Account, hinted at by the way of New-York last Friday, has caused some conversation, though it may not be as correct asmight be expected; yet, to satisfy our Readers, we hasten to present them with it. [Caption title & partial text]. Narrow small folio, edges frayed, but uncut; with letter in ink on recto & blank verso.
1801
 

Public Sale…By virtue of an Order of the Louisville Chancery Court…a certain Tract of Land, With Improvements Thereon, In the county of Jefferson, containing about 108 acres, being the same on which said [W.B.] King resided at his death….[Caption title & partial text]. Broadside, 13” x 10." Some small separations along folds without significant loss, bottom edge a little worn and dust-soiled on verso, signatures on verso have migrated through the sheet. Withal, very good.
1847
 

Daily Advertiser and American-Extra. Providence, January, 1831. Memorial, to the General Assembly, From the Antimasonic State Convention, Read January 12. And Referred to a Select Committee. [Caption title and partial text]. Broadsheet, 21” x 15," six columns to a side. Old folds, sheet lightly browned, some spotty foxing and age stains, but very good withal, with generous margins.
1831
 

Unaccomplished printed form: By […] of the [ … ] Company in the [ … ] Regiment of Militia of the City and County of New-York, Commanded by [ … ]. To [ … ] of the Sergeants of the same Company and Regiment, and to the Keeper of the common Goal [sic] of the said City and County…, Greeting. These are, in Pursuance of the Law of … New-York, entitled, “an act to regulate the Militia,” passed the fourth Day of April 1786, to authorize and require you the said Sergeants, to demand and receive of, and from [ … ] Private in my Company in the same Regiment, the Sum of Twenty Shillings, as a Fine for [ … ] on the [ …] Day of [ … ] and in Case of Non-payment, you are hereby further authorized and required to apprehend [ … ] the said [ …] and convey [ … ] to the Common Goal [sic] of the said City…, and you the said Keeper of the Goal [sic] aforesaid, are hereby required to receive the Bod[ … ] of the said [ … ] and [ … ] safely keep in your Custody until the [ … ] Fine aforesaid, together with your Fees are paid. Given under my Hand and Seal, this [ … ] Day of 179[7]. Text in full. 13” x 9” printed on heavy laid paper. Old folds, else fine.
1797
 

A Book for the Million! Now in Course of Publication, and will be Issued from the Press, on Monday, December 1853, Autographs For Freedom. Edited by Julia Griffiths. [Caption title]. Broadside circular, 10 ” X 7-5/8," printed on light blue paper. Old folds, a few marginal creases, &c. Very good. Manuscript docket, “Wanzer, Beardsley & Co./Jan’y 1854” on verso.
1853
 

The Paramount Question! Is the Existence of a Privileged Class Compatible with the Theoretical Equality of Republican Institutions? Caste: A Story of Republican Equality Will be Published on the 20th instant. [Caption title]. Broadside circular, 9” x 7." Single sheet folded to form two leaves, inner pages blank (save for ms. docket), with second page of print listing approximately 30 “Works in Press, to be issued during the Coming Season” by Phillips, Sampson on verso of second leaf. Old folds, some penciled figuring in margins of first page.
1855
 

Printed receipt, accomplished in manuscript, for a year’s subscription ($2) to The Emancipator. New-York, [Sept. 15] 183[8], signed by one S.F. Foster. 2” X 6-5/8”. Small piece (blank) torn from upper right corner, one tiny marginal tear. Very good.
1838
 

Buy a Broom, Love’s Garland, and Highland Mary. [Caption title]. Broadside, 8” x 7” (22 cm x 19.7 cm.). Caption and three poems in two columns (separated by vertical imprint). Top half of sheet stained, a couple of small, marginal tears.
1830
 

New Year’s Song, 1876. As Sung by Ned Barry, at Buckley’s Varieties. [Caption title]. Broadside, 10-7/8” x 4." Caption and verse within an ornamental border. Upper right corner and right edge ragged (though with still a good margin), otherwise very good.
1875
 

Hymn (Tune--Wilmot). [Caption title]. 4” x 2-7/8." Caption and two six-line verses within an attractive ornamental border. Fine.
1834
 

An Act, To divide the Commonwealth into Districts, for the choice of Representatives in the Congress…and prescribing the Mode of Election. [Caption title]. Folio broadside, text in two columns separated by an ornamental rule, signed in type by the Governor, Caleb Strong, and other State officers, at conclusion. Folds in sixths, two folds reinforced on verso with cloth tape. Very good, with good margins. Manuscript docket on verso, “Baldwin/Districting Law, June 4th, 1814” and with “Otisfield” written in margin opposite.
1814
 

Order of Exercises. Public Declamations. Marietta College, Tuesday Evening, July 30, 1839. [Caption title and partial text]. 12mo. Broadside, 7-7/8” x 5." Text within an elaborate, wide ornamental border. Fine and an attractive example.
1839
 

Memorial To the Hon. General Assembly … at their Session to be holden on the last Monday in October, 1839, the undersigned, Freeman of the town of Cumberland--Respectfully represent--that at a meeting of Delegates from Different Banks in this State, held in Providence … it was recommended that the several Banks of this State should suspend the payment of their debts; and … that all, or nearly all of said Institutions, have from that time to the present, utterly refused payment of all claims presented…. [Caption title & partial text]. Broadside, 16” x 8," text in three columns, signed in type by Fenner Brown, Aaron White, Jr., “and four others,” dated Cumberland, October, 1839 at conclusion. Some spotty foxing at top. Very good.
1839
 

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

Order of Services at the Capital of New Hampshire, Thursday, June 1, 1865, in Honor of the Memory of Abraham Lincoln. [Caption title]. 8vo. broadside, some browning.
1865
 

Standing Rules, Adopted by the House of Representatives of the State of Rhode-Island...June Session, A.D. 1828. [Caption title]. Oblong folio broadside.
1834
 

A New Game for Evening Amusement. When played upon one as yet uninitiated into the mysteries, is calculated to afford "endless laughter." [Caption title]. Large 8vo. broadside. Large typographical border, with substantial margins (piece lacking from left margin).
1860
 

Writ of Attachment of Goods or Estate of Ebenezer Rice of Westborough, Worcester County. December 12, 1753. Suffolk, George the Second…of Great  Britain, France and Ireland, King…Signed by Middlecott Cooke (?), Witness Eliakim Hutchinson. Printed filled sheet 6.5 x 8 inches. 1 p. Wax seals. Verso: Dec 17, 1753, note of attachment by Nathaniel… Previous folds, browned, some tears at folds.
1753
 

To John G. Curtis, Preston Armour, Asahel C. Stone, and Geo. W. Ellinwood...Commissioners of Excise of the Town of Smithfield, County of Madison, and State of New York. [Caption title]. Sq. 4to broadside.
1841
 

Middlesex County. Names of the Persons Licensed in Concord for Inn Holding and Retailing. Clerk of the Middlesex Court of Sessions. Cambridge, May 1780. Signed by “Thad Mason”. Printed & holograph sheet, 4.25 x 6.75 inches. 2 pp. Browned.
1780
 

Prison Bill of Fare, by a Prisoner of War, Composed, Written and Spoken at the Exhibition of the "Prisoners of War Dramatic Association" Richmond, Va. Nov. 8, 1861. [Caption title.] Broadside in two columns, with typographical borders.
1861
 

William Taylor, Jr. Importer of Hard Ware Goods, 408 Washington St. (Next the Washington Bank.) Boston. [Complete text]. 3” x 4”, text surrounding an engraved vignette depicting a fisherman, captioned “Fishing-Tackle.” An attractive specimen.
1825
 

For the Twenty-Fifth National Anti-Slavery Subscription Anniversary, at the Music Hall, Boston, Wednesday Evening, January 26, 1859. [Caption title]. Broadside, 9” x 7," text in two columns within an ornamental border. Old folds, otherwise very good.
1859
 

Plan of the House of Delegates to the Constitutional Convention. [Caption title]. Broadside, 13” x 13”. Folded in quarters. Sheet toned, some minor chips and separations at edges. Very good.
1850
 

By-Laws of the Town of Biddeford. [Caption title]. Broadside, 14” x 8," double column, signed in type by three selectmen with attestation by town clerk at end. Folded in quarters with several tiny holes (no loss), a number of creases, minor stains, one short marginal tear, etc., but overall quite sound.
1850
 

Cirkular. Von dem k.k. mährisch und schlesischen Landesgubernium. [Caption title]. Broadside, 13” x 7” with a vignette seal at bottom. Folded in half horizontally, fine.
1808
 

Rates of Toll For 1847, on the Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal, On each 1000 pounds, and in the same proportion for a greater or lesser weight. [Caption title]. Broadside, 19” x 8," text within an ornamental border. Signed in type by Leicester King as President of the Canal Co. at end. Side margins cropped right down to border. Neatly backed.
1847
 

Printed Form, Small Folio, Accomplished in Manuscript. Conveying Two and a Half Acres of Land in Needham, Mass. from Ephraim Jackson of Newton to Jeremiah Daniels of Needham, in Consideration of “Nine pounds…lawful money.” Dated September 24th, 1770, and signed by Jackson, by Justice of the Peace John Jones, and by Jones Again and Enoch Davenport as Witnesses. Conveyance in 1772 to Daniels docketed on verso in ink. Folded horizontally in quarters, sheet browned. Right hand edge worn with loss of a couple of letters, otherwise very good.
1770
 

NEW YORK CITY BOARD OF HEALTH. Official Report of the Board of Health. Published Daily by J.K. Barr, 83 Orange-street. Saturday, July 21, 1832. 311 Cases--114 Deaths. Private Dwellings 191 Cases 61 Deaths. Cases and Deaths reported to the Board from July 20th, 12 o’clock, at noon on July 21st at 12 o’clock noon. [Caption title]. Broadside, 16” x 7." Caption followed by approximately 175 street addresses, double column, listing new cases and deaths. Signed in type at conclusion, “In behalf of the Special Medical Council, A.H. Stevens, Pres.”
1832
 

To the Mechanics, Artizans, and Labourers of London & Westminster. My Friends and Fellow Countrymen, The anxiety I feel for your welfare, induces me to offer you a word of advice:--“Beware of those who lie in wait to deceive.” Our violent political Orators, have again recourse to the old worn out subject of a Reform in Parliament…. [Caption title and beginning of text.] Broadside, 15” x 10-3/8”, signed in type by “A Tradesman” at conclusion. Clean tear in margin at lower corner, triangular piece (1” a side) gone from center of left-hand margin with loss of first two characters from one line of text. Manuscript note, “taken in the street/8 Feby/17” in upper margin. Other than the flaws noted, a very good copy of an attractively printed piece.
1817
 

WORCESTER AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. Rules and Regulations at the Cattle Show, Exhibition of Manufactures, & Ploughing Match, at Worcester, on Wednesday, the [ … ] 182[ ]. [Caption title]. Broadside, 16” x 11," text in two columns. Old folds, stained, one tiny hole without significant loss. Attractively printed on good paper. Docket in contemporary hand on verso, “Rules of the Agricultural Society.”
1821
 

Furnishing of Substitutes Previous to Draft. (Circular No. 19.) War Department, Provost Marshal General's Office, Washington, May 26, 1864. The following opinion of Hon. William Whiting, Solicitor of the War Department, is published for the information and guidance of all officers of this bureau….[Caption title and beginning of text]. 4to broadside, printed on thin paper. Folded in thirds horizontally, else about fine. Docket in ink on verso.
1864
 

Utica Observer-Extra. Monday, Oct. 19, 1835. At a large and respectable meeting…for the purpose of taking into consideration the resolution of the Common Council, passed last evening, granting permission for the holding of a State Abolition Convention in this place….[Caption title and partial text]. Broadside, 12” x 8," signed in type by Rudolph Snyder, President of the convention, and nine others, at conclusion. Sheet stained and very browned, some surface abrasions. Skillfully backed. Not an especially attractive copy, but sound and textually complete.
1835
 

Advertisement of an Honest Rumseller. [Caption title]. Broadside, 12” x 9," text printed within an ornamental border. Old folds, sheet toned, some spotty foxed, margins a bit worn. Withal, very sound.
1850
 

Carrier’s Address to the Patrons of the Eastern Argus, January 1, 1857. [Caption title]. Broadside, 12” x 10." Caption and three columns of verse within an ornamental border. Some wrinkling and light dust-soiling, separations and small holes along folds resulting in loss of part or all of several words.
1856
 

The Major’s Only Son. [Caption title]. Broadside, 14” x 8” (36.5 cm X 20.5 cm.), 140 lines of text in two columns separated by a helix-shaped rule with type ornament separating title from text and a similar (not identical) ornament at foot of text. Right margin erose, but nowhere touching text. A couple of small holes, one along right-hand edge of text deleting a few characters at end of line. Mounted to stiffer paper. “Given by Mrs. Martha W. Cutter” written in an early hand in top margin.
1790
 

SATURDAY EVENING POST. Prospectus for 1847…. Great Inducements. The Proprietors of that old and firmly established Paper, the Saturday Evening Post, are determined to maintain the high standing it has acquired as the best Weekly Paper in America. Morality…. Literature…. News…. Agriculture…. The Ladies…. The Juvenile Department…. A Mercantile Journal…. Portraits and Pictures…. The Fireside Friend….. Reduced Terms to Clubs…. How Money May be Paid to Publishers…. S.D. Patterson & Co., 98 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. Please Place in a Conspicuous Place…. Note to Post Masters. As an Inducement to Post Masters to get up Clubs, we make the following offer. For every Club of eight, with ten dollars, we will send the Post Master forwarding the same, a copy of the Post gratis for one year. Please cut this note off before putting the placard up. [Caption title and partial text]. Huge broadside, 28” x 22," text surrounded by 14 woodcuts. Folded to eighths, wrinkled and creased, wear along folds with a few small holes, but without serious loss. Extensive old ink scribbling on verso has migrated through the sheet.
1846
 

Know All Men By These Presents: That we the undersigned hereby subscribe for [ ] Shares of the Capital Stock of the Oregon Central Railroad Company, and agree to take and pay for the same by executing and delivering to said Company whenever said Company shall have survey and permanently located its route of Railroad through [ ] County on the West side of the Willamette River...at the rate of twenty five dollars per Share [changed in ink to "one hundred" dollars]...this day of [ ] 1857. [Title & partial text]. 4to. broadside on blue-gray paper.
1857
 

Worcester Lyceum. Lectures for the Ensuing Course, at the City Hall. [Caption title]. 4to broadside. Text within a typographical border, signed in type by Edward Southwick, Secretary of the Lyceum.
1849
 

An Election Song. [Caption title]. Broadside, 21” X 8-5/8”, double column, text comprising four poems, surmounted by a vignette of an eagle, all within an ornamental border.
1864
 

The Extravaganza of Jim Crow! [Caption title in two lines]. Thirty-Nine (39) Four Line Verses (not including the Chorus, which follows the first verse) in Two Columns, divided by a typographical line. Narrow large folio.
1830
 

[Petition Against a Dorrance Street Providence Theatre]. “To the Honorable the Board of Alderman of the City of Providence. The undersigned, FREEMEN of the City of Providence...” 6.5" wide x 84" long. With another sheet 6.5 x 8 inches. Heading printed, over 220 original signatures in ink. Printed sections have remains of red wax, pages attached to make continuous list. Very good overall with legible signatures.
1838
 

Suffrage Pledge [and] Rhode-Island Algerines' Appeal to John Davis, Gov. of Massachusetts. [Caption titles]. Oblong 4to broadside. 7 verses & 11 verses (the latter in two columns). Typographical borders around each poem.
1842
 

Statement of the amount due the Proprietors of the Washington Bridge [Providence, R.I.], estimating costs, expenditures and receipts according to the report of the committee…[Caption title]. Broadside, 27” x 9." Neatly folded in half, a couple of creases, edges a bit frayed at top and bottom, but overall about fine.
1838
 

At a special meeting of the Providence Steam-Boat Company, holden at the Hall of the Washington Hotel, on the 2d day of February inst. a Committee was appointed, consisting of E.S. Williams, H.R. Greene, W. Paine, jun., Nathaniel Bishop and John Pettes, empowered to sell the Steam-Boat Providence to the New York and Boston Transportation Company; and notice is hereby given to the Stockholders, that said Committee have effected the sale of said Boat and Furniture for the sum of $70,000, reserving the right of free passage in said Boat to such as are now entitled to that privilege, by paying to the said Transportation Company the sum of Fifty Dollars yearly. And it is further expected that such of the Stockholders as wish to retain the right, will make it known by the first day of March next, at which time the said Boat is to be delivered to the purchasers. [Signed in type:] J. Borden, Sec’y. Broadside, 9-5/8” x 7-5/8." italic type throughout, with printed date at head, Providence, February 18, 1836. Integral blank leave addressed in manuscript on verso to Mr. William R. Bowers/Providence, with red wax seal. Folded for mailing, else fine.
1836
 

Proceedings of the Town of Providence. The Resolutions…officially detailed below, were, after full discussion and mature deliberation, almost unanimously adopted by the most numerous Town-Meeting ever held in this town….The object of this meeting being to take into consideration the Alarming Situation of the Country, arising from the Embargo Laws….[Caption title and beginning of text]. Broadside, 20” x 12," text in four columns. Manuscript docket on verso. Sheet uniformly toned. Folded in quarters, with significant separations radiating along folds from center, affecting text mainly along central horizontal line.
1809
 

Roll of Members of the Convention to Frame a Constitution, Assembled at Newport, September, 1842. Hon. James Fenner, President: Hon. Henry Y. Cranston, Vice-President. [Caption title]. Broadside, 13” x 8." Old folds, browned along one fold with a few spots of foxing, otherwise very good with good margins.
1842
 

Tafeu. Receipt to manufacture 1 cart load of Dodge Hayward’s Land Dressing, Worm and Insect Killer….[Caption title and beginning of text]. 8vo. broadside. Lightly dust-soiled, margins a little ragged, but entirely sound.
1855
 

Order of Exercises at the Washingtonian Celebration of the Fourth of July, in Ipswich [Mass.] [Caption title]. Broadside, 10-3/8” x 7," caption and text within an ornamental border. Margins cropped right down to border, otherwise very good.
1840
 

Catalogue of Books in the Gardner [Mass.] Agricultural Library. Supplied by John Raynolds, Office and Depository, Main Street, Concord, Mass. Office in Boston,--at Counting Room of the “New England Farmer,” 13, Commercial Street. [Caption title]. Broadside, 13” x 8," printed in two columns on light blue paper. Numerous horizontal folds, some with separations in margin, otherwise about very good.
1855
 

P.T. Barnum’s Great Roman Hippodrome. The largest amusement building ever constructed, occupying the entire block bounded by Fourth and Madison Avenues and Twenty-Sixth and Twenty- Seventh Streets, New York Afternoon and Evening. Grand Menagerie of 500 rare Wild Beasts, open daily at 1:30 and 7:00 P.M. The wonderful exhibition in the vast Amphitheatre, Roman Chariot Racing, Hurdle and Flat Races, Elephant, Camel, Poney[!] and Monkey Racing commences with the Grand Congress of Nations, at 2:30 and 8:00 o’clock. Box Office open three days in advance [complete text]. Broadside, 10” x 7," text enclosing a 4-1/8” x 6” engraved view of the Hippodrome’s interior, signed in the plate by “Purcell”. Sheet very darkened, dust-soiled and discolored. Numerous tiny holes and cracks, but without serious loss. Professionally backed.
1875
 

Improved Patent Lever Railway Press. This press excels all others now in use for Pressing Hay, Cotton, Wool, Hops, Rags, &c., &c…..[Caption title and beginning of text]. [Portland, Me.? ca. 1843.] Broadside circular, 9-7/8” X 8. Signed in type by John Cox, Mountford’s Wharf, Portland, Me. at conclusion and with a cut illustrating the press between caption and beginning of text. With an integral leaf containing a holograph letter on recto, dated 28 September, 1843, from Cox to Franklin Spofford of Bucksport, Me., regarding purchase of this railway press; verso used for mailing address with postal marking. Folded for mailing, small hole from seal with loss of part of a word from the letter.
1843
 

The Christian Spectator. Howe & Spalding, New-Haven, Propose publishing a religious periodical work….[Caption title]. Broadsheet, [2] pp., dated September 8, 1818 at end, with integral blank leaf. Printed leaf with names of two subscribers from Berlin [Conn.] written in on verso, second leaf blank save for docket on verso. Folded as for mailing but never addressed. Very good.
1818
 

General Instructions to Agents. [Caption title]. Broadside, 11” x 8-3/8," printed on light blue paper. Signed in type by R.B. Mason, General Sup’t. at conclusion, Illinois Central R.R. Office, Chicago...Old folds, brown stain in central portion, otherwise very good.
1855
 

Democrats! Read and Ponder! Hundreds of Democrats all over the city are saying “Daniel C. Baker is the man of all men we would prefer for Mayor….” [Caption title and beginning of text]. Broadside, 11-7/8” x 8-5/8," with an engraved cut of an eagle at head. Sheet toned with some very faint stains, a little wear to extremities and along folds. Very sound.
1853
 

Battle of Cedar Creek. By H[orace] Maynard, Co. E, 28th Iowa Volunteers. Tune, “Star-Spangled Banner.” [Caption title]. Broadside, 12-1/8” x 9-3/8," caption, and ten stanzas of verse in two columns, within an ornamental border. Sheet somewhat dust-soiled with a few minor stains, surface wear along folds, one corner slightly chipped, &c. Still, entirely sound, and with good margins.
1864
 

Office [of the] Great Western Horse Ins[urance] & Detective Co., Decatur, Ill. STOP THIEF!….[Caption title]. Broadside, 13” X 9”, signed in type twice by J.O. Sloan, Sec’y of the company, and dated Decatur, May 4, 1866 at bottom. With an engraved cut (approx. 2-5/8” x 6”) of a posse in pursuit of a horse thief, the lead rider shouting, “Stop Thief.” Edges lightly dust-soiled, a few spots of foxing. Very good.
1866
 

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
 

Memento Mori. On the 24th day of September, 1855, Mrs. Juliett Webster, Consort of Chester Harris, of Hartford, Washington County, New York, after a brief illness of five hours. [Caption title]. Broadside, 9” x 7," caption and text within an ornamental border. Fine.
1855
 

General Tom Thumb Celebrated American Dwarf, Exhibiting Every Day and Evening, In Catlin's Indian Gallery, Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly. Charles S. Stratton, known as General Tom Thumb, was born January 11, 1832[!], consequently he is now Twelve Yeas of Age. He is Twenty-Five Inches High, and Weighs Only 15 Pounds. [Caption title]. 12mo broadsheet, with engraving at head, full text on both sides.
1844
 

Great National Mail Route Between the East and West. [Caption title]. Broadsheet, 15” x 13” with wood engraved map (5-3/8” x 11”) showing connecting rail lines between New York and St. Louis. Verso comprises extensive text in three columns headed “The State of Texas.” Waterstain across lower part of sheet (bottom 15%), otherwise very good. Top and bottom margins slightly cropped.
1857
 

Hill’s Patent Eureka Gang Plow. [Caption title]. Broadside, 14" x 8," printed in red, green and black, with a large cut of the plow being pulled by a team of horses. Printed on newsprint, minor edgewear, clean tear along right edge just entering text. Bottom edge torn away, with slight loss at bottom and a few words on left side. A striking example, but poorly inked, with much offsetting and smudging, sometimes affecting legibility.
1875
 

The Eleventh Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Fair. [Caption title]. Broadside, 9-7/8” x 8," with integral blank leaf. Printed in two columns, signed in type at conclusion of text by 30 women, dated Boston, Feb. 8, 1844.
1844
 

Alaska, Kansas & Cuba R.R. Reasons Why It Should Be Permanently Located. [Caption title]. Narrow folio broadside.
1869
 

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
 

Iowa and Nebraska Railroad Lands for Sale on Ten Years' Credit. The 2,000,000-Acre Government Grant in Iowa and Nebraska to the Burlington & Missouri Railroad Company, now Open To Actual Settlers, 1872. [Caption title]. Elephant folio sheet of paper, printed on both sides, as folded [4 pp.].
1872
 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. An Act to Establish a Fire Department in the Town of Charlestown. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadside.
1829
 

Look Here! 10 Hours A Day [double rule] To the Factory Workers of Lawrence [Mass.]---We, The Amalgamated Short Time Committee, most respectfully call upon you to take up a Collection on the forth-coming Pay Day, to defray the expenses of a Public Meeting, and send the same to the committee room, Dec. 15th [caption and complete text].
1870
 

Improved Sets of Artificial Teeth, Manufactured by G[eorge] D. Henck, Surgeon Dentist, No. 516 Arch Street, Philadelphia [caption]. Broadside, 8-5/8” x 5-3/8”. With a small cut of an upper denture surrounded by dental tools below “Dentistry” in title.
1858
 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the House of Representatives, November 27, 1780. A Resolve prescribing the form of Inlistment for those Men belonging to this Commonwealth, who shall Inlist into the Service of the United States, to continue in the Service until the End of the present war with Britain. We the Subscribers...4to broadside. Dated in ink November 29.
1780
 

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
 

Providence Association of Mechanics and Manufactures. Explanation of the Engraved Certificate of Membership, Issued, April, 1830. [Caption title]. Folio broadside, in two columns with typographical border.
1830
 

Wyeth-McCully-Davis Company / Newark, Ohio. / Manufacturers of Bob Sleds, Runner Attachments, Oil Tank Wagons. [Caption title]. Broadside, 10 1/4" by 28". Framed in a simple, mid-20th century wooden black frame (overall size of framed display is 11 1/4" by 29").
1891
 

Washington Total Abstinence Society, of the City of Pittsburgh; Formed, July 28, A.D. 1841. Pledge. We do pledge ourselves, as Gentlemen, that we will not drink any Spirituous or Malt Liquors, Wine or Cider. [In manuscript: James Reeder] Pres’t. J.J. Ashbridge Sec’y. [Complete text]. Illustrated 4to broadside.
1841
 

Programme of Procession/ To Escort the Remains of/ President Lincoln/ From the Court House to the Funeral Train for Springfield./ The Court House will be closed at 8 o'clock, precisely, and the remains of/ the late President escorted to the Springfield Train in the following order:/ BAND./ CHIEF MARSHALL--Colonel R. M. Hough,/...Broadside, 5-3/8" x 8". Printed in white on dark silk, with border. Handsome modern wood frame (old style).
1865
 

NEWBURYPORT RAILROAD. [Cut of rail cars.] Winter Arrangements. On and After December 1, 1851. Trains leave Newburyport … [for Bradford]. Trains Leave Bradford … [for Newburyport]…. [Signed in type:] C.S. Tenney, Supt.
1851
 

WATCHTOWER---EXTRA! Georgetown [Mass.], Wednesday, 4 o’clock P.M. Great Rail Road Meeting at Boxford this Evening! “Clear the Track.” “Every Man to the Rescue.” [Caption title].
1847
 

VILLANY DETECTED. Fellow-Citizens, Read the following Certificates of Judge Ford, of Montgomery County, and James Kinyon whose affadavit appeared in the last Sentinel. See the foul means to which the unprincipled opponents of JOHN W. TAYLOR resort, to destroy him….[Caption title and beginning of text]. Broadside, 13” x 9 ." Old folds, rather soiled, but sound with good margins.
1821
 

Marriage License and Certificate (on one sheet) for Former Slaves Andrew Jackson and Julia Marlow. 8 x 10 inches. Engraved certificate with elaborate borders in archival mat; creases where previously folded. 1 p. Warsaw, Kentucky. December 10, 1872.
1872
 

Order of Procession for the Funeral of the Hon. Peter E. Bossier, A Representative in the Congress of the United States from the State of Louisiana....[Caption title]. Folio broadside. Wide geometric mourning border. Old folds. Two small pieces lacking from right hand margin, but very good.
1844
 

BLACKSTONE CANAL COMPANY. Sir—You are hereby notified, that a meeting of the Blackstone Canal Company will be holden at the publick rooms in the Franklin-House, on the Tenth Day of May Next, at 10 o'clock A.M. for the election of Officers, and transaction of the necessary business of the Company. Providence, April 27, 1825. [Signed in type by:] Richard J. Jackson [and four others], Committee [complete text].
1825
 

Wm. Lloyd Garrison to Chas. Sumner. Review of the Senator's Career. Greeleyism Exposed! The Bearing of the present Campaign! [Caption title].
1872
 

Rhode Island Algerines' Appeal to John Davis, Gov. of Massachusetts [Eleven Stanzas of Verse in Two Columns. With Typographical Border]. [and] Suffrage Pledge [Seven Stanzas of Verse in One Column, with Typographical Border].
1842
 

Adjourned Auction Sale of the Vermont Copper Mines. [Caption title]. Oblong 4to. broadside.
1887
 

A Nation's Ingratitude [caption title].
1861
 

Declaration of the Freemasons of Boston and Vicinity. Presented to the Public, December 31, AD. 1831 [caption title].
1857
 

BROOKLYN CITY GUARD. Company Orders No. 17. Armory, Sept. 11, 1844. Pursuant to Brigade Order the Brooklyn City Guard will assemble at the Armory, on Thursday, 30th October next at 11 o'clock in Full Dress (black pants with white stripe) for Inspection and Review. Fine for non-attendance $5.00. [Caption & beginning of text].
1844
 

Mo[ur]ning Souls. [Caption title].
1820
 

The Leading Jeweler of the West. A.H. Miller, Importing and Manufacturing Jeweler and Silversmight, Cor. Randolph and Clark Streets, Chicago...[Caption title & partial text]. Broadside 6-1/2" x 9-1/4". Black print on green stock. Pasted to board. Illustration of the large A.H. Miller building in Chicago.
1868
 

Burnham's Arithmetics, Published by D. Appleton & Co., N. York, are now before the public, and to be had at the Bookstores in the principal towns in the State...[Caption title & partial text]. Folio broadside, with three columns of printed text beneath long title text. Typographical border. Minor chipping & browning.
1849
 

In the House of Representatives, September 17th, 1776. [Caption title]. Broadside, 8" x 12.25".
1776
 

THE UPPER MISSISSIPIAN.--Extra. Six Column Double Folio Broadside. (With complete title: The Upper Mississipian and Rock Island Republican.) July 21, 1846.
1846
 

Office of the Fort Hunter and Albany Plank Road Company, Maria Ville, March 26th, 1850.} To the Stockholders of the... Company.... [beginning of text]. 4to. broadside (9" x 7-5/8") with integral address leaf (inner pages blank). Folded for mailing, addressed on last page to Erastus Corning Esq. of Albany with docket (apparently hand-carried as there are no postal markings). Fine.
1850
 

Articles of Incorporation of the Coon Valley Railroad Co. [Caption title]. Broadside, 11-5/8" x 6-7/8", text in three columns, signed in type by six officers at conclusion.
1868
 

Commencement of Knox College, Wednesday, June 26, 1850. [Caption title].
1850
 

The Honest Working Man [and] Massa's in the Cold Ground. [Caption title]. Broadside, 10" x 7½", text (only) to these two songs printed side by side, separated by a double rule, on very thin paper.
1865
 

A Collection of Four Pieces of Ephemera (3 broadside circulars and a leaflet) Relating to H.G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment, as below.
1845
 

New Year's Address of the Carriers of the Providence Evening Press. January 1, 1864. [Caption title].
1863
 

District of Pennsylvania, Third Circuit Court, Boundary Document Appointing William Alexander, Surveyor. Philadelphia. August, 1804.Two Documents: One Printed Document, 8" x 12", & One Handwritten Copy (Original?) of the Printed Document, 12" x 15".
1804
 

Specifications of the Manner of Building Locks for the Illinois & Michigan Canal, of 10 feet lift. When the lift varies, the dimensions of the walls will be made to conform to the variation. Seems to be dated in ink 1846.
1847
 

An Elegy on the death of Capt. Annanias Valentine, Thomas Pickney, Isaac Eliot, Jacamiah Cropsey, and Leonard Merrit, all respectable citizens of the town of Marlborough, who were unfortunately drowned on the flats, in front of the town, in attempting to go ashore, on Friday morning, the 12th of December, 1800, in a violent storm of wind and rain...[Caption title]. Folio broadside, printed in two columns with 5 coffins & typographical border, 17" x 23".
1801
 

Catalogue of Music, Published and For Sale Wholesale and Retail, by G. & G. H. Tilden, Booksellers and Stationers...Keene, N.H. No. 4 Gerould's Block, Keene, N.H. Piano-Fortes and Melodeons for Sale and to Let....All Kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned, and Carefully Repaired...Particular Attention Given to Binding Sheet Music, Periodicals and Books of Every Description. [Caption title]. Elephant folio broadside, list of items for sale in three columns. Fine.
1860
 

The Notorious Not Burglar, But William M'Coy Is In Town;...He is sure to take money from every man, to the value of Six Cents for 12 Doz. superior China Buttons...[Caption title]. 4to broadside, with large woodcut of M'Coy in center, and typographical border.
1850
 

A New Kind of Plow!/ F.F. Smith's Patent? "Cast-Cast-Steel" Turf & Stubble Plows. [Caption title]. Manufactured by Collins & Co., Hartford, Connecticut/ Principal Western Depot,/ 233 Lake St., Chicago. Henry H. Taylor, General Agent....For Sale only by Guinnep & Smith, Danville, Ill., Agents for Vermillion Counties in Illinois and Indiana. [Elephant folio broadside, with two woodcuts of plows.]
1870
 

Vinton Co. Ohio Union Presidential Ticket (Election November 4, 1864.) For President, Abraham Lincoln...For Vice President, Andrew Johnson....[Caption & partial text].
1864
 

Illinois State Medical Society. Committee On Practical Medicine and Epidemics, Samuel Thompson, M.D. .... Albion, A.G. Henry, M.D. ... Springfield, Daniel Stahl, M.D. ... Quincy.
1850
 

Order of Public Exercises, February 22d, 1832 [Caption title].
1832
 

"Mef. Herzlich thut much verfangen." {Title above the illustration, on top center of broadside).
1811
 

List of Absentees of the 6th Company, 2nd battalion, 86th Regiment, Pennsylvania Militia, Commanded by Captain Michael Boyles. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, June 22, 1830. Sheet 8 x 17.5 inches. 1 p. Docketed. Browned, tears (loss of one first name), archival tape.
1830
 

Third Annual Exhibition of the Hopedale Home School, at Lyceum Hall, Milford, Thursday Evening, Dec. 20, 1860. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadside, with typographical border.
1860
 

Report of the Committee of the U.S. Senate, on the Petition Against the Transportation of Sunday Mails. [Caption title]. Broadside on silk, 19-1/2" x 15-1/2". Text printed in two columns. Eagle printed at top with typographical border. Minor staining. Covered with plastic on cardboard.
1829
 

A CITIZEN OF NARRAGA To the Electors of the Western Congressional District. [Caption title]. Folio broadside, printed in four columns.
1847
 

ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY. BOSTON DAILY ADVOCATE: EXTRA. [Caption title]. Folio broadsheet, printed in four columns.
1834
 

ADAMS, JOHN QUINCY. New-Hampshire Patriot---Extra. Monday, December 10, 1827. Twentieth Congress….Tuesday, Dec. 4. The President communicated to both Houses of Congress the following Message….Folio broadsheet, 17” x 11." [2] pp., four columns a side. Sheet lightly and uniformly browned. Fine.
1827
 

AGASSIZ, LOUIS. Memoires de la Soociete des Sciences Naturelles de Neuchatel. Premier Volume, in-Quarto, Avec Planches. Prospectus. [Caption title]. Large 4to. broadsheet.
1835
 

ALLEN, GEORGE. Real Estate at Auction. On the 10th of June, 1848,...in Walpole Village... I will sell at auction...the Tannery Stand lately occupied by Harvey Reed, on which there are thirty large Tan Vats...[and] will be sold three large Steam Engine Boilers, with the Engine and Apparatus which were in the building at the time of the fire...[Caption title & partial text]. Folio broadside.
1848
 

ALLEN, REV. B.R. A Letter from Rev. B[enjamin] R. Allen, to Theophilus Hutchings, Esq. and others.[Caption title].
1839
 

ANDOVER THEOLOGICAL Catalogue of the Professors and Students of the Theological Seminary, Andover, Mass. January, 1819. [Caption title]. Broadside, 18.5" x 11.5". Typographical border. [and] Catalogue of the Professors and Students of the Theological Seminary, Andover, Massachusetts, December, 1824.
1819
 

ANDREWS, S.P. Pitman's Phonography. (First and Second Styles.) [Caption title]. Broadside, 8" x 10". On blue paper.
1845
 

ANDREWS, S.P. First Lesson in Phonography. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadside.
1847
 

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

ANON. The Woman's Bible. Editor Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Carrie Chapman Catt, President of the National Suffrage Association, one of the Revising Committee. [Caption title]. Broadside, 16" x 9.5." Fine.
1920
 

ANON. To the Public....The Blind Man's Appeal. [Caption title]. 8vo broadside, verse in two columns.
1870
 

ANON. Dorr Returned!! [Caption title]. Folio broadside, printed in three columns.
1843
 

ANON. The Olive Branch--Peace and Union. How Shall We Obtain Them? [Caption title]. Folio broadside, text in two columns.
1861
 

ANON. Sacred to the Memory of Major General Arthur St. Clair. [Caption title]. Sm. folio broadside, verse in two columns with fine arched typographical border; good borders but edges frayed. Browned.
1818
 

ANON. Supplement to the Boston-Gazette, Etc. of (No. 815.) Monday, November 19, 1770. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadsheet, printed in three columns on each side. Moderately browned, but very good in double-side glass & wood frame.
1770
 

ANON. A true and approved art to be usefully employed in times of Fire and pestilence. [Caption title]. 4to broadside, with emblem & broad typographical border. Wide margins.
1830
 

ANON. A Wonderful Account of Two Faithful Lovers, Who Were United by the Fury of a Most Terrible Earthquake--[From Authentic History]. Cornelia Perez, a Native of S. America. Juann Mendoza, a Native of Old Spain...[Caption title]. Narrow large folio broadside, verse in two columns, with typographical borders, & hearts around the two names.
1825
 

ANON. Single and Double Hand Alphabet. [Caption title]. Oblong folio broadside. Wide typographical border.
1856
 

ANON. Teddy Regan. By White Ghost. [Caption title]. Sm. 4to broadside, verse in two columns, with elaborate typographical border.
1865
 

ANON. [The Cherry Tree Story]. The Love of Truth/ Mark The Boy. [Caption title]. Handkerchief of glazed cotton. Brown on white, aged to a cream color. 12.5" x 11.15".
1806
 

ANON. To the Democrats/ of Rhode Island. [Caption title]. Small folio broadside, printed in two columns.
1843
 

ANON. Sabbath School Hymn. [Caption title]. Sq. large 4to. linen broadside. With three hymns of verses, circular & square typographical borders, two lines of music, with notes, three vignettes, etc.
1831
 

ANON. St. Valentine’s Address. To the Fair of the Ladies’ Sewing Circle, Canton [Mass.], Feb. 14, 1848. [Caption title]. Broadside, 9” x 8." 102 lines of verse in two columns. Folded in quarters at some point, now mounted to a piece of old white cloth. A little foxed and browned otherwise very good.
1848
 

ANON. A Simple, and It Is Believed, Effectual Remedy, for the Yellow Fever. [Caption Title, in four lines]. Signed in type, at bottom: "A Citizen." 4to broadside. Old folds, slight loss on two folds. Also, other small holes, slightly affecting about a dozen letters. Foxed. Top & bottom edges uneven.
1804
 

ANON. & J.H. The Dying Words, Confession and Execution of Jesse Straang [!], for the Murder of John Whipple at Albany, August 27, 1827. [and] On sheet with: A Poem on the Distressing, and Afflictive…Death of the Rev. Josiah M. Muspratt, Who was killed in an Awful Manner; Being Caught up in the Machinery of Whitesborough Factory, Carried up to the Floor Above by His Arm, Where it was Drawn From His Body. From Whence he Fell Again to the Floor, Torn and Lacerated in the Most Shocking Manner; May, 1827. Signed in type "J.H." Text surrounded by black border. [Caption titles]. Conjugate 4to verse broadsides, with woodcut of hanged man & initialled coffin, respectively.
1827
 

ANON. BADGER. Thoughts Suggested by the Death of Mrs. Naomi Badger, at Charleston [Mass.], Jan. 8, 1831, Aged 76. [Caption title]. Broadside, 9” x 8," text in two columns separated by a double rule, all within an ornamental border. Old folds, a few creases, a couple of pinholes without loss of text. Very good.
1831
 

ANON. Signed "B". Lines Written for the United States Telegraph, on the Death of Mrs. Jackson. [Caption title]. Verse broadside on silk, with typographical border, 27 x 15 cm.
1829
 

ASHBY, A. Lee at Jackson's Grave. A Poetical Souvenir. 32 lines of verse, with two borders. Fine.
1870
 

ATWELL, SAMUEL Y. & RHODE-ISLAND REPUBLICAN--Extra--Newport, Mar. 7th, 1838. An Abstract From the Returns of the several Banks of Rhode Island, &c. as made to the Bank Commissioners...[Caption title]. Folio broadside.
1838
 

AUDEN, W.H. The Ballad of Barnaby. [Caption title]. Illustrated small folio broadside with two columns of verse.
1972
 

AVERY, I.W. Supplement to Floridian. Premium List of the First Annual Fair...How to Manage Colored Farm Labor...[Folio broadside headings]. In Four Columns.
1890
 

B., W.A. Died. At the Estes House Hospital, Friday, November 4th, 1864....Lines Respectfully Dedicated to the memory of Charles W. Tackaberry....[Caption title, followed by 30 lines of verse, signed at the end in type, at Keokuk, Nov. 7, 1864, by W.A.B. 12mo. broadside, blacklined.
1864
 

BALLOU, ADIN Farewell to the School House Chapel. Lines written...and read at the close of the last Sunday Service in the Hopedale School House Chapel. [Caption title.] Broadside, 4" x 9.5"
1870
 

BALLOU, ADIN Military Funerals and Canonizations. [Caption title.] Broadside, 3.25" x 18"
1848
 

BALLOU, HOSEA. Order of Services, at the Funeral of Rev. Hosea Ballou, Senior Pastor of the Second Universalist Society, Wednesday Afternoon, June 9, 1852. [Caption title].
1852
 

BANK of OWEGO, N.Y. Circular. (At a meeting of the board of Directors … Dec. 31, 1853, the following Report … was read, approved, and adopted…. [Caption and beginning of text]. Broadsheet, 10-7/8” x 9-1/8," printed on light blue paper with integral blank leaf. Small stain in upper margin. An attractive copy.
1854
 

BANKS, NATHANIEL P. Attention! All Citizens of Brookline and Roxbury, read and willing to start for Washington, by daylight, to-morrow, Tuesday, are requested to meet at the drill room, Brookline, at Eight o'clock, this Monday Evening. May 26, 1862. Broadside, 10" x 8."
1862
 

BARNUM, P.T. Barnum's Appeal to the Democratic Electors of Connecticut! [Folio broadsheet, four columns on each side].
1852
 

BARNUM, P.T. Triumph of the People. An Account of the Celebration at Danbury, Conn. Dec. 5th, 1832, on the Emancipation from Prison of P.T. Barnum, Editor of the Herald of Freedom, where he had been confined sixty days for the alleged libel on Mr. Seth Seeyle. [Caption title]. Folio broadside, printed in five columns. One or two words deliberately excised from the last column, and the word "Presbyterian" inked over in the phrase "(a hot headed Presbyterian fanatic)."
1832
 

BASHFORD, REV. J.W. The Bible for Woman Suffrage. [Caption title]. Broadsheet, 9” x 6-5/8." [2] pp. Right side dust-soiled.
1890
 

BATES & GOLDTHWAIT. In consequence of the tightness in the money market, Carpetings, Will be sold at unheard of low prices for the next thirty days. The Largest Stock of these goods ever offered in Boston...[Caption title & partial text]. 4to broadside.
1837
 

BAYLISS, MARSHALL. Phrenological Developments [in ms.: Henry B. McDonald]. Broadside, 12” x 7." Old folds, sheet quite browned. An area of erosion extending in from right-hand margin touches a couple of printed and manuscript characters, but without significant loss.
1843
 

BEATTIE, D.H. & T.G. 3,500 Acres of Pine Timberlands, Saw Mills, and a Large Farm for Sale...[Caption title & partial text]. Elephant folio broadside, several small holes, affecting a few words. Overall very good.
1858
 

BEAVER MEADOW COMPAN Regulations For Pay, Mechanics, Laborer's Work and Contracts; also, for Engineers and persons employed on the Trains of the Beaver Meadow Company. [Caption title]. Small folio broadside, printed in two columns, with typographical border.
1840
 

BECKER, JOHN. 25 DOLLARS REWARD. [Rule.] On the night of the 16th of February, some person or persons broke into John Becker's store in Victoria, Knox county, and robbed it of $200 worth, or more, of Goods....Caption & beginning of text].
1851
 

BEVERAGE, HARRISON. The Brave Volunteers from North Haven. [Caption title]. 4to broadside, 12 stanzas of verse in two columns, with engraving of large sailing ship.
1862
 

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
 

BLAKE, CHARLES. An Historical Account of the Providence Stage; Being a Paper Read Before the Rhode Island Historical Society, October 25th, 1860.
1868
 

BOKER, GEORGE H. The Second Louisiana. May 27th, 1863. [Caption title]. Broadside, 8" x 4.75." Verse printed in two columns.
1863
 

BOKER, GEORGE H. The Second Louisiana. May 27th, 1863. [Caption title]. Broadside, 8" x 4.75." Verse printed in two columns.
1863
 

BOWDOIN, JAMES. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the Year of our Lord, 1787. An Act, describing the Disqualifications to which Persons shall be subjected, who have been, or may be guilty of Treason, or giving Aid or Support to the present Rebellion, and to whom a Pardon may be extended. [Caption title]. Broadside printed in three columns, 12.75" x 15.25". Dated February 16, 1787. [and] A Proclamation. Whereas by an Act passed the sixteenth of February instant, entitled, "An Act describing the disqualifications, to which persons shall be subjected, which have been, or may be guilty of Treason...I have thought fit...to issue this Proclamation, hereby promising pardon and indemnity to all offenders...under such restrictions, conditions and disqualifications, as are mentioned in the said Act: provided they comply with the terms and conditions thereof, on or before the twenty-first day of March next....this Seventeenth Day of February...1787. [Caption title & partial text]. Broadside, 15.5" x 13".
1787
 

BRAYTON, Mr.. Solemn Hymns, occasioned by the death of Molly Brayton, of Harwich, (Vermont,) written by her bereaved husband. [Caption title]. Sm. folio broadside. Three columns of verse.
1790
 

BROCK, D.S. Brock's Cholera Mixture. [Caption title]. 4to. broadside (8-7/8" x 7-7/8"), signed in type by D.S. Brock, "Doctor of Medicine and Operative Surgery/ Carlinville, Illinois" at conclusion.
1850
 

BROWN, FENNER; AARON Memorial To the Hon. General Assembly of the State of Rhode Island &c., at their Session to be holden on the last Monday in October, 1839, the undersigned, Freemen of the town of Cumblerland--Respectfully represent--[Caption title]. Broadside, 8.5" x 16". Printed in three columns.
1839
 

BROWN, JOHN. Union and the Constitution!
1859
 

BROWN, LYMAN? H. Composed and respectfully dedicated to the Friends of Eddie Boyden VanBenthuysen, Company G, 53d Regiment, M.V.M., who died at Brashear City, La., May 22d, 1863. Aged 17 years, 10 months. FORGET NOT THE BRAVE. [Caption title]. Broadside verse, 17 stanzas, text in two columns within an ornamental border. Narrow tall 4to. Margins cropped close but nowhere touching border, old folds, minor stains. Skillfully backed.
1863
 

BROWN, W.J. To Postmasters. [Caption title]. 4to broadside.
1846
 

BRYANT, WILLIAM C., Army Relief Bazaar Buildings, Academy Park, Albany, N.Y., Jan. 18, 1864. [Caption title].
1864
 

BUCHANAN, JAMES. Illinois State Journal--Supplement. [Caption title]. Elephant folio broadside, printed in seven columns. The President's Message.
1858
 

BURDER, GEORGE. The Closet-Companion: or an Help to serious Persons, in the important Duty of Self-Examination. Intended to be fixed up in the Christian's usual Place of Retirement, in order to remind him of, as well as to assist him in the Work. [Caption title]. Broadside, 13" x 20", printed in three columns, some fraying in the middle vertical fold, affecting a few words.
1805
 

BUSH, FAIRBANKS? The Slave's Lamentation. [and] The Hail (Hale) Storm. [Caption title]. Broadside, 15" x 7.5".
1848
 

BUTLER, CYRUS A Dorrite Falsehood Nailed to the Counter. [Caption title]. Broadside, 9.5" x 7.5". Printed in two columns.
1843
 

BUTLER, MAJOR GENERA United States of America. Head Quarters Deparment of Virginia and North Carolina. Provisional Commission. [Caption title]. Sm. folio broadside.
1864
 

CANTERBURY, H. WEBST Patriotic Songs. [Caption title]. Small folio broadside, six songs in three columns beneath engraved portraits of Washington, Winfield Scott and a beardless Lincoln (left to right).
1861
 

CAPE COD BRANCH RAIL To the Gentlemen. County Commissioners for the County of Plymouth. [Caption title]. Broadside, 9” x 7-7/8." Printed on light blue paper, signed in type by a committee comprising four members of the company, followed by a note signed in type by Joshua Smith, Chairman of the County Commissioners and a manuscript attestation signed by Sheriff Branch Harlow at foot.
1847
 

CARLIN, THOMAS. Thomas Carlin, Governor of the State of Illinois...Know Ye, That Thomas Bush [in ms.] having been duly elected to the office of 3rd Lieutenant in [in ms.] the 55th [in ms.] Regiment of the State of Illinois...[Caption title & partial text]. Oblong sm. folio.
1842
 

CARROLL, LEWIS. Advertisement. [Caption title]. 12mo. broadside.
1893
 

CENTRAL AMERICAN TRA Declaration...Opening the Transportation Route Across Nicaragua From Ocean to Ocean. [Caption title].
1862
 

CHAPMAN, Elder HENRY Remember Them That Are in Bonds, as Bound with Them.--Heb. 13:3. [Caption title]. Sm. 4to broadside, printed in two columns.
1841
 

CLAGETT, RICHARD. Public Sale of Negroes...On Tuesday, March 5th, 1833 at !:00 P.M. the following Slaves will be sold at Potters Mart, in Charleston, S.C. Miscellaneous Lots of Negroes, mostly house servants, some for field work. [Caption title & partial text]. Broadside, 13.5" x 8.5."
1833
 

CLARK, ABRAHAM. Indenture of Mortgage. December 19, 1751. Printed Sheet 13" x16". Deed Discharge on Verso with Signature. Filled in with ink, signatures, seals. Previous folds, slight tears at fold and edge wear. Fine.
1751
 

CLARK, URIAH. Spiritual Text-Book, Reference Book, Complete Compend. Plain Guide to Spiritualism. A Hand-Book for Believers, Unbelievers, Ministers, Mediums, Editors, Inquirers, and all who need a Thorough Guide to the Phenomena, Science, Religion and Reforms of Spiritualism. By Uriah Clark. Published by Wm. White & Co., Boston, Mass. [Caption title]. Broadside circular, 13” x 9." Wrinkled and creased, minor edgewear, a couple of small holes but without loss. Very good.
1863
 

COE, G.W. Capt. & Re Recruits Wanted!! Save the Draft! Capt. G.W. Coe has authority to raise a Company for the 22d N.Y. Cavalry...under Col. Crook and Maj. McLennan...Dec. 16, 1863. [Caption title & partial text]. Broadside, 8.5" x 12." Slight foxing. Very good.
1863
 

COOK, JOHN & JAMES O Obsequies of President Lincoln[.] Order of Funeb[!]al Procession. [Caption title]. Sm. folio broadside, printed in three columns with black border & column dividers.
1865
 

COOK, JOHN & JAMES O Obsequies of President Lincoln[.] Order of [Fun]eb[!]al Procession. [Caption title]. Sm. folio broadside, printed in three columns with black border & column dividers.
1865
 

COX, SUSANNA. Ein Neues Trauer-Lied, Enhaltend die Geschichte der Susanna Cox, die in Reading wegen dem Mord ihres kindes hingerichtet murde. [Caption title]. Broadside, 16.5" x 7.5." Printed in two columns, with nice typographical border. In German.
1809
 

CURTIS, JUDGE B.R.
1868
 

CUSTER, GEORGE ARMST To the Soldiers and Sailors Who Served in the Army and Navy of the United States During the Late Rebellion. [Caption title]. [Washington, August 19, 1866]. Broadside, 21.5" x 9." Printed in two columns.
1866
 

CUTTER, BLOODGOOD H. Long Island Farmer on the Burning of His Mill, on the Morning of December, and Its History. [Caption title]. 12mo. broadside. Printed in two columns.
1889
 

DAKIN, TIMOTHY. Lands For Sale! The subscriber, as Agent and Attorney for all the Heirs at Law of Aaron Brown, Esquire, late of Groton Mass, Mass. deceased, will offer for sale at Public Vendue, at Stickney’s Tavern in Concord, N.H.…Lands of which said Deceased died[!], seized and possessed in the towns of Groton and Hebron, N.H.…consisting of the following Lots and Parcels…. [Caption title and beginning of text]. Broadside, 15” x 9," signed in type by Timothy Dakin and dated September 16, 1815, at conclusion. Sheet toned, some folds and creases, fraying and chips at edges but with good margins, several tiny holes, one affecting two characters. Withal, very good.
1815
 

DAMON, JOHN F. Artis Grand Lodge California. [Caption title]. Broadside, 17" x 21," entirely engraved on parchment, with ribbon & seal.
1855
 

DAY, DANIEL. Judson House, Jacksonville, East Florida The undersigned would respectfully inform his friends and patrons, that the Judson House in now ready for reception of Boarders…. [Caption title & partial text]. Broadside, 7-3/8” x 4," signed in type by Daniel Day, Proprietor, and dated Nov. 1st, 1855, at conclusion. Pasted down to a folded sheet of paper to which related newspaper clippings has been affixed front and back, as well as a manuscript poem, “Epitaph on the Grave of Henry Ashton, who died at the Judson House May 6, 1856” signed “H.S.” Probably removed from a scrapbook. Some spotty foxing and light dust-soiling.
1855
 

DeWOLFE GEORGE GORDO The Great Fire in Boston, Massachusetts. [Caption title]. Broadside, 11-1/8” x 8-5/8," text in two columns, with a vignette of a piece of fire apparatus being pulled by two horses. Folded in quarters at some point, light edge wear. Close to fine.
1872
 

DeWOLFE, GEORGE G.B. "The Dead Line" at Fort Sumter. Composed by the Wandering Poet of New Hampshire. [Caption title]. Broadside, 19-3/4" x 6-3/8," with a small cut of a cemetery at head, text within a rule border. "Second Edition" printed at head. Old folds with some short separations, a couple of internal tears repaired withcello tape on verso, all without loss of text.
1861
 

DOBSON, THOMAS. Philadelphia, Augt. 1, 1795 Received of Saml. Wallis Five Pounds Being payment for the 26, 27, 28, 29, 30th half Volumes of the Encyclopedia. Narrow oblong 12mo. receipt, ink holograph & printed.
1795
 

DODGE, STEPHEN. Supplement to the Connecticut Courant, Nov. 17th, 1813. Scott's Family Bible. To the Public. [Caption titles]. Narrow small folio broadsheet.
1813
 

DOE, MARY G. Soliloquy of Prof. John W. Webster, after the disappearance of Dr. Geo. Parkman up to the time of his execution. [Caption title]. 4to broadside, repieced in three columns as originally published, with original typographical border.
1850
 

DORR, GOV. THOMAS. Speech...In Answer to the question by the Court, why sentence should not be pronounced against him. [Caption title]/ Small folio broadside, printed in three columns, with wide & decorative typographical border.
1844
 

DORR, GOV. THOMAS. Speech...In Answer to the question by the Court, why sentence should not be pronounced against him. [Caption title]. Broadside, 18½" x 12½", printed on linen. Text in three columns separated by double lines within a wide ornamental border with cornerpieces featuring doves at upper corners and eagles at bottom corners. Old folds, text very faded (or faintly inked), edges lightly browned, light stain with small area of weakness at a central fold. Apart from the light imprint, a very good copy of an attractive and significant broadside.
1844
 

DORR, THOMAS W. And Democratic Convention Nomination. [Caption title]. Narrow folio broadside.
1840
 

DOTEN, LIZZIE. "Reconstruction." "Vox Populi, Vox Dei." A Poem delivered in Library Hall, Chelsea, at the close of a Lecture on Sundah Evening, Sept. 23d." [Caption title]. Narrow 4to broadside, with decorative border.
1865
 

DUNLAP, WILLIAM et a Dinner to Edwin Forrest. At the City Hotel, Friday, 25th July, 1834. [Caption title]. Ticket of Admission, 3" x 4," 7 Committee Members printed in type.
1834
 

DUTTON, Rev. O.H.. Supplement to the Holyoke Transcript. April 29, 1865. [Caption title]. Large folio broadside, printed in four columns.
1865
 

EARLY, ROBERT. Rattler. [Caption title]. Small folio broadside.
1822
 

EDGERTON, WILD. McClellan and the People! Conservative Union Mass Convention and "McClellan Minute Guard" Flag Raising. Chicago, August 27, 1864. Songs for the People. [Caption title]. Sm. folio broadside, printed in four columns.
1864
 

EDOUART, AUGUSTE. For a Short Time Only! The Amateurs of the Fine Arts. Fashionable Lounge. [B]roadway, near Canal-street, Over the Book Store of Mr. Roe Lockwood. Monsieur Edouart, [silh]ouettist to the French Royal Family...[Caption title]. Broadside, 9-3/8" x 7-1/4".
1840
 

EDOUART, AUGUSTE. 469 Broadway, 5 doors above Grand St. Monsieur Edouart, Begs to inform the citizens of New York that he has returned [from] Saratoga Springs... [Caption title]. Broadside, 7-5/8" x 4-7/8".
1840
 

EMERY, DAVID Sergean Cavalry Orders. Mr. Nathaniel Lunt (name in holograph). You being a Member of the Company of Cavalry commanded by Jeremiah Colman, are hereby notified and warned to appear...[Oblong 18mo broadside with typographical border].
1810
 

EMMETT, DANIEL D. Dixie's Land. [Caption title]. 20.4 x 12.4 cm. At head: Two fine hand-colored minstrel musicians, one seated playing the banjo, the other standing, singing.
1860
 

EVANS, EVAN. Cyder or Tobacco Press....Evan Evans' Straw-Cutters....Mars Works...[Caption title & Headings]. Tall 4to broadside, printed in two columns, with three engraved figures at top.
1811
 

EVANS, J.B. Some Facts About Suffrage Leaders. A Cause is No Stronger Than Its Leaders. [Caption title]. Broadside, 14" x 8.5." Text in two columns.
1918
 

F., G.M. To the Memory of Elizabeth H. and Anna Woods. Daughters of Hon. Josiah B. and Frances C. Woods. [Caption title].Sm. folio 22-stanza broadside in two columns with two coffins.
1846
 

FARROW, HENRY P. The Injustice of Poll Taxes. To the Members of the Constitutional Convention: [Caption title]. Broadside, 16" x 10". Printed in three columns.
1867
 

FAULKNER, CHARLES J. To the Voters of Frederick County. Fellow Citizens:--I have consented to have my name placed before you, as a candidate to represent you in the next congress of the United States [Caption title & partial text]. 4to. broadside. Printed in two columns, signed in type by Charles J. Faulkner at Winchester, dated March 8, 1833, at conclusion. Lightly dust-soiled, pale stain affecting perhaps one-third of the left-hand margin and column of text. Neatly silked on verso. Withal, about very good.
1833
 

FENNER, JAMES & abou CIRCULAR. Sir,--The present is a momentous crisis, in the affairs of our State...[Dated] March 4, 1842. [Caption title & partial text]. Folio sheet folded, & printed on p. [1] only, with two columns of names.
1842
 

FENNER, JAMES & abou CIRCULAR. Sir,--The present is a momentous crisis, in the affairs of our State...[Dated] March 4, 1842. [Caption title & partial text]. Folio sheet folded, & printed on p. [1] only, with two columns of names.
1842
 

FITCH, J.M. Letter to the Oberlin Evangelist Subscribers. [Caption title.] 4to broadside. Old folds, tears at top, stained. Sound.
1851
 

FLETCHER, THOMAS C. Gov. Fletcher. Gov. Fletcher and Hon. H.T. Blow will positively be in Liberty on...the 15th May...[1865?]. [Caption title & partial text[. Nearly square 4to broadside, onw corner torn away & tear in blank center portion of text.
1865
 

FORNEY, JOHN W. The Weekly Press, The Cheapest and Best Weekly Newspaper in the Country. Great Inducements to Clubs! [Caption title]. Broadside prospectus. 8vo. (9” x 7.") Couple of tiny tears in bottom margin, some minor soiling.
1857
 

FOSTER, STEPHEN C. Gentle Annie. [Caption title]. Broadside songsheet, 9” x 5," printed on cheap paper, text within a wide ornamental border. Some spots of foxing, a couple of short, marginal tears, lower right corner damaged but not affecting image.
1856
 

FOX, HARRY. Harper's Ferry. Composed and sung by Harry Fox, the celebrated Banjoist, at Hitchcock's National Concert-Hall. Air: Blow ye, winds of morning.
1860
 

GALE, LUTHER. Whereas I, Luther Gale, of the town of Lenox...State of Massachusetts, having ful power and authority in me vested, to make , use, and vend to others in the United States...a certain improved Bar-Mill; also, for the grinding of Corn, Plaister, Dying-Stuffs, &c. patented to Luther Gale...the 20th day of March 1811....[Caption title & partial text]. Large 4to broadside, with ink insertions in the printed text, and signatures. Old folds. Heavily foxed.
1811
 

GARDNER, MERCY. Cincinnati, August 1, 1834. James Gardner. To the Public. Gardner's Celebrated Vegetable Liniment, is now prepared only by Glascoe & Harrison...[Caption title & partial text]. Sm. 4to broadside, printed in two columns.
1835
 

GARRISON, WM. LLOYD, A Plea for Universal Suffrage. [Caption title]. Sm. 4to broadsheet. Printed in two columns.
1881
 

GARRISON, WM. LLOYD. Universal Emancipation. [Caption title] 4to broadside in two columns of verse, headed by six lines of an address to "My dear Friend," dated Aug. 14, 1837, at Brooklyn, [Ct.?] Substantial typographical black floral border.
1837
 

GIDEON & CO. The Republic, Published Daily, Tri-Weekly, and Weekly, in the City of Washington. On the 13th day of June last, we commenced … a daily Whig Administration paper … under the editorial supervision and management of Alexander C. Bullitt and John O. Sargent….[Caption & beginning of text]. Broadside, 9-7/8” x 7-5/8," printed on blue paper. Old folds, else fine.
1849
 

GIDEON LEE & CO. Catalogue of Sole Leather, to be Sold by Messrs. Franklin & Minturn, on Thursday, August 9th, 1827, at 10 o’clock A.M. at the Stores of Gideon Lee & Co., No. 20 Ferry-Street [New York]. Terms Under $100, cash; from $100 to $500, four months;…. The name of the Purchaser will be required, either as Drawer or Endorser. [Caption & text]; Narrow folio (13” x 8-1/8”), [5] pp., printed on heavy paper, the final page addressed in manuscript to Messrs. Newhall & Eveleth, Boston. Old folds, one small hole where originally sealed. Some migration of ink through the paper. Still, about fine.
1827
 

GILMAN, SAMUEL. "Ode" ["Fair Harvard"] [in] Order of Services at the Centennial Celebration of Harvard University, on the 8th of September, 1836. [Caption title]. Broadside, 13" x 8.25".
1836
 

GOODRICH, ALBERT E. General Dealers and Manufacturers of Oil. Chicago. August 25th, 1862. Dear Sir: Your perusal of the following list of articles and prices we beg leave to ask.... [caption and beginning of text].
1862
 

GORDON, CHARLES W. C Carrier's Address to the Patrons of the Whig Press. [Caption title. 4to broadside, printed in two columns, with typographical border.
1857
 

GREENLEAF, JEREMIAH. Grammatical Corrector, in Which Specimens of All the Common and Critical Errors in Syntax are Corrected, and All the "whys and wherefores" Given, at one view, by the author of "The Labor-Saving Grammar,” &c. [Caption title]. Broadside, 27” x 21." Four columns of text within an ornamental border. Some scattered spots of foxing, a few tiny separations along folds (extensively folded, down to 21 sections) without any significant loss. Very good.
1841
 

GREENOUGH, JOSEPH Ju Just Imported, and to be Sold by Joseph Greenough, Jun. at His Cheap Shop, a Little Below the Ferry-Way. Newburyport. [Caption title].
1784
 

GRIERSON, BENJAMIN H Campaign Song. Tune--"Old Dan Tucker." [Caption title]. At bottom, above the border: "Offered for sale by the Meredosia Wide-Awakes." Broadside, 8.25" x 6.75." Typographical border.
1860
 

GRIMES, P. A Rumphes in Topet. Truth and Conviction. [Caption title]. Narrow 4to broadside.
1863
 

HALE, SARAH J. Children's Prayer....The Sabbath....Mary's Lamb....Religion--What Is It?....Lord's Prayer. [Five Titles of Verse; no other title or caption]. 11" x 11.5". On linen, with four vignettes & typographical border. Occasional foxing, but very good.
1835
 

HALLOWELL, N.P. Memorial Window in Memorial Hall. Pledge Circular from Window Committee. Boston, September 1, 1886. Signed in ink by N.P. Hallowell. Printed circular. 5 x 8 inches. 1 p. Fine.
1886
 

HANCOCK, JOHN Govern Commonwealth of Massachusetts. To the Selectmen of the Town of [Bellingham]...require you, in the manner as the Law directs for calling Town-Meetings, to cause the freeholders and other inhabitants of the town of [Bellingham] duly qualified to vote for Representatives...to assemble on Monday the fourteenth of January next, to give in their votes for one Representative...signed in print by John Hancock, and in holograph by John Avery [and below] These certify, that the returns from the several Towns, within the first District...in which no person has been chosen [listing 33 vote geters, ranging from 1 to 814 votes]. Again, signed in type by Gov. Hancock, and in holograph by Avery. With seal.
1792
 

HARMON, A.W. Sixty Families Massacred by the Blackfoot Indians. Tune--"Just Before the Battle, Mother." Caption title. 4to broadside, verse in two columns, with typographical border. Very good.
1868
 

HARMON, A.W. Pity the Sorrowful. Composed by A.W. Harmon, Concerning his Sickness, Caused by lifting, which injured his Spine, affecting his Head and Eye-sight badly, confining him to his bed, and a dark room for three years [caption title].
1865
 

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
 

HAYDEN, E.S. Splendid Daguerreotype Miniatures, Taken in Every Style...[Caption title]. Broadside, 12" x 9.5". Fine.
1855
 

HAYNE, ROBERT Y. Advertiser--Extra. Portland, [Maine] Tuesday Eve, Jan. 1, [1833], Proclamation by the Governor of South Carolina....[Caption title]. Folio broadsheet, printed in four columns, two on verso, with ads filling out the column, the remainder of the verso blank.
1833
 

HENDERSON, WM. Henderson's Intelligence Offices. [Caption title]. Oblong 12mo. on blue paper.
1855
 

HENKEL, DR. SOLOMON. Tinctura Aralie Composita. Compound Tincture of Aralia....This tincture is a powerful antiseptic...prepared only in New-Market, Shenandoah, Va.... [Caption title & partial text]. 8vo. broadside.
1835
 

HENKEL, SOLOMON. Group of Five Small Broadside Circulars Advertising Botanic Remedies Offered by the Henkel family of New Market, Virginia. About fine.
1835
 

HIGGINSON, THOMAS WE The Nonsense of It. Short Answers to Common Objections Against Woman Suffrage. [Caption title]. 8vo. Broadsheet. Printed in two columns.
1867
 

HILLHOUSE, JAMES. Broadside Printed Form, with holograph signature of Hillhouse at conclusion as [corrected in ms. to: Comr.] of the School Funds, dated at head, Hartford, March [1st], 1815. Small 4to. [1] page. Docketed “James Hillhouse/April, 1815” in an unknown hand on verso. Old folds, minor wear and browning to fore-edge.
1815
 

HILTON, JOHN T. Ward We the Master, Wardens and Secretary of African Lodge, No. 459, held in the Town of Boston...Do Certify, that the Bearer hereof...has been regularly initiated into the third Degree of Masonry...[Printed & holograph title]. [Broadside, 10.5" x 9." With engraved pillars, tools and eye. Ribbon threaded down the left side, remnant of seal.
1826
 

HOLLIS, THOMAS Chemi French Hair Dye. For coloring Grey, Red, or Light Hair A beautiful Black or Brown, Without coloring the Skin, or injuring the Hair...[Caption title & partial text]. Narrow folio broadside, with two identical ads printed thereon.
1840
 

HOLLIS, THOMAS. Ointment for the Itch, Salt Rheum, Ringworms, Pimples on the face...[Caption title]. Oblong broadside, 24" x 12".
1840
 

HOOKER, JOHN & ISABE Resolved, That there is no consideration whatever that makes the right of suffrage valuable to men...that does not make it valuable to women, and the duty and interest of the nation to concede it to women. [First paragraph of text, followed by six more paragraphs of Resolveds]. Narrow 4to broadside. With ink spelling correction.
1875
 

HOPE, SAMUEL & CO. Liverpool, 1st February, 1823. The frost having broken up, the buyers have been anxiously looking to the re-opening of the Canals, and the arrival of supplies, so long kept out by contrary winds: the business of the week is, in consequence, trifling.... [beginning of text]. 4to. broadside circular (9-7/8" x 8").
1823
 

HOSMER, HEZEKIAH LOR Charge of Chief Justice Hosmer, to the Grand Jury of the First Judicial District, M.T., delivered December 5th, 1864....[Caption title]. Large 4to broadside in three columns.
1864
 

HOWE, MRS. JULIA WAR Battle Hymn of the Republic. [Caption title]. 4to broadside.
1863
 

HOWE, SOLOMON, Print The Gray Mare. Or Johnny, the Miller, and Beautiful Kate. [Caption title]. Broadside, 7.5" x 8.5." Verse printed in two columns with woodcut at title.
1838
 

HOWE, SOLOMON? The Fair Maid's Song, when all alone. Tune--White Cockade. [caption title, in four lines]. Broadside verse, six 8-line stanzas, in two columns with typographical border between columns.
1830
 

HOWE, SOLOMON. Invitation Hymn. [Caption title]. Oblong 8vo. broadside, with cut beneath title. Verse printed in two columns.
1838
 

HUBLEY, FREDERICK. An Act Repealing in part "the act concerning the duties on Spirits distilled within the United States," passed the eighth day of May, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two, and imposing certain duties on the capacity of stills of a particular description. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadsheet.
1797
 

HUTCHINGS, JAMES M. The Miner's Ten Commandments. [Caption title.] Sq. 4to illustrated broadside, three columns of text, surrounded by eleven woodcut illustrations.
1853
 

HUTCHINGS, JOHN. "Honor to Whom Honor Is Due." Origin of Steam Navigation....[Caption title]. Lithographed broadside, 19" x 15." Folded.
1846
 

HUTCHINGS, JOHN. "Honor to Whom Honor Is Due." Origin of Steam Navigation....[Caption title]. Lithographed broadside, 19" x 15." Folded. A few stains, and a torn corner.
1846
 

HUTCHINSON FAMILY. The Hutchinson Family Respectfully announce to the Citizens of Keene [N.H.]…that they will give a Vocal Entertainment (For One Night Only.) At the Unitarian Meeting House, on…August 4, 1845….Tickets 25 cents….To commence at 7 3-4 o’clock. Programme….Broadside circular, 17” x 5." Old folds, rather wrinkled and lightly stained. Small blank piece missing from margin at bottom left. Withal, entirely sound.
1845
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. Inaugural Address Delivered by Andrew Jackson, on Being Sworn into Office, as President of the U. States, on the 4th of March, 1829. [Caption title]. Broadside, on silk, 9.5" x 12". Printed in two columns, with handsome typographical border. Short tear in right side border, small spot of foxing, but very fine, in a modern frame.
1829
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. WORCESTER COUNTY REPUBLICAN. EXTRA. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. [Caption title.] Narrow folio broadsheet, four columns on each side.
1832
 

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. American and Herald Extra. Saturday, July 14, 1832. Message from the President of the United States, Returning the Bank bill, with his objections...[Caption title & partial text]. Folio broadside, in six columns. Rebacked, slight damage on old folds. Early owner's name in ink showing through at top.
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's Message. National Intelligencer--Extra. Washington, Tuesday, December 8, 1835. [Caption title]. Large folio broadsheet, six columns on the recto and five on the verso.
1835
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. Repository--Extra. Chambersburg, Wednesday Night, Dec. 9. From the United States Telegraph Extra of December 8, 1829. This day...the President of the United States communicated to both Houses of Congress the following Message...[Caption title & partial text]. Elephant folio broadsheet, folded. Six columns on recto, four columns on verso.
1829
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. Gen. Andrew Jackson.: Was born at Waxsaw, South Carolina March 15th 1767... Elected president of the United States February 11th 1829, reelected in 1832: Inaugural Address, delivered on being sworn into office, March 4th 1829...[Caption title]. 12mo. broadside, on coated stock, entirely engraved, with portrait of Jackson.
1836
 

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
 

JERVIS, JOHN B. To the Directors of the Herkimer Manufacturing and Hydraulic Company. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadsheet, with wrinkling & a vertical tear (complete).
1833
 

JEWETT, CHARLES, M.D To Retailers. [Caption title]. Broadside, 11” x 7," text in two columns within an ornamental border. Sheet browned and stained. Old folds, Some marginal chips and tears, only slightly affecting image.
1835
 

JOHNSON, ANDREW. Proclamation by the President! [Caption title]. Broadside, 7.75" x 5".
1865
 

JOHNSON, ANDREW. EXTRA! [Mobile] Daily News Office, Sunday, June 4--6 P.M....President Johnson's Emancipation Proclamation. Pardon to all Confederates below the rank of Colonel or Lieutenant in the Navy. Important to Civilians. The Trial of Jeff. Davis. Gen. Lee Arrested. Interesting to Cotton Speculators. [Special Dispatch to the Mobile Daily News. {Caption title & first column headlines]. Large 4to broadside in three columns.
1865
 

JOHNSON, T. Cobbett and the Negro. To the Editor of an Evening Paper. [Caption title]. 4to broadside.
1820
 

JONES, J. SIDNEY. Merchants from the South and West Would be amply recompensed by making Cheap Purchases for Cash, by calling at Carpet Hall, Oil Cloth, and Window Shade Depot. [Caption title]. Folio broadside, illustrated at center with a woodcut of the Carpet Hall (by N. Johnson); with circular emblems of 24 states arrayed as a border.
1840
 

JONES, SAMUEL 1737-1 A brief History of the Imposition of Hands on baptised Persons. [Caption title]. Broadside, 8.5" x 7". Browned.
1782
 

JONES. A Letter to Ella Nora Jones. About John Brown. [Caption title.] Broadside, 6" x 12", printed in two columns. Backed.
1859
 

JUDSON, P.E. Brown Barb Will stand at the stable of the subscriber the present season in Waterford, Erie Co. Pa.,, on Mondays and Tuesdays; at M'Kean Corners on Wednesdays and Thursday; at the stable of__in Girard on Fridays and Saturdays after the 1st of May....Terms,--$20 for blooded Mares....Brown Barb is a dark Chesnut[!] Brown, without white, of the largest class of "blooded horses" being 16 hands in height...Pedigree. He was bred by Gen. Callandar Irvine, of Phila was foaled on the 23d day of May 1835, being got by Busiris, he by American Eclipse...Waterford, April 10, 1840. [Caption title & partial text]. Folio broadside, with large engraving of striding horse.
1840
 

KENT, JAMES. The Aristocracy Unmasked. Chancellor Kent and Judge Spencer in Favor of Disfranchising [sic] 75,000 Freeman. [Caption title]. Broadside, 17” x 12." Signed in type at conclusion by P. Wendell, Chairman, and A. Blanchard, Secretary. Wrinkled, large waterstain across most of bottom half, but entirely sound with good margins.
1827
 

KILBOURNE, BYRON. Office of the La Crosse and Milwaukee Rail-Road Company, No. 8 Wall Street, N.Y., December 15th, 1856. [Caption title]. Folio leaflet, folded, pp. 3-4 blank
1856
 

KING, SAMUEL WARD. By His Excellency Samuel Ward King...A Proclamation...[Caption title]. Broadside, 20" x 12", printed in three columns.
1842
 

KNAP! & CARTER. Manufacturers of Patent Hot Pressed NUTS & WASHERS, Warehouse, No. 85 Water Street, corner of Market, Pittsburgh, Penn'a. [Caption title]. 4to. broadside, 10?" x 8-3/8".
1856
 

KNIGHT, J.A. European Agency. To Persons Claiming Estates, Legacies, &c. &c., in Europe. [Caption title]. 12mo. broadside.
1854
 

LACOCK, ABNER. (From the Pennsylvania Intelligencer.) To the People of Pennsylvania. Fellow Citizens: Those of you who have perused the remarks which I have recently addressed to the members of the legislature…will have observed that I have been reluctantly dragged before the public in defence of myself and family from having been assailed with unprovoked virulence…and you will have seen that the only offence I have committed was the opposition, or rather the supposed opposition, I have given, or should give, to the election of Gen. Jackson as a president of the United States….[Caption title and beginning of text]. Broadside, 17” x 11," text in four columns, signed in type by A. Lacock at Spring Dale, [Pa.], June 28, 1828, at conclusion.
1828
 

LAND REFORM ASSOCIAT Monument to George H. Evans, the Columbus Who Discovered a Home for All Human Beings, And that their natural Wants originate their natural Rights...[Caption title]. 4to broadside.
1875
 

LAW, J. ALBION. Law's Improved Fire Escape Patented January 29, 1861. Approved by the "Superintendent of Buildings" of the City of New York. [Caption title]. Sm. folio pictorial broadside with typographical border.
1861
 

LAWRENCE, AMOS A. an Brookline Skating Pond. [Caption title]. Sm. 4to broadside
1860
 

LEE, GENERAL CHARLES A Letter from General Lee, to General Burgoyne, dated June 7, 1775; received at Boston, July 5. Printed from the New York Gazetteer, July 6,[!]. [Caption title]. Large folio broadside, printed in three columns, with large side margins.
1775
 

LEWIS, G.F. Ed.. Old Soldier's Advocate. A Paper for the Times. [Caption title]. With engraved portrait of Zackary Taylor. Narrow folio broadside.
1859
 

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM. Emancipation Proclamation, Whereas on the 22nd Day of September in the year of our Lord 1862...I Abraham Lincoln...[Caption title & partial text]. Large folio broadside, 28" x 21.5."
1864
 

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM. Abraham Lincoln's Farewell Address to His Old Neighbors. Springfield, February 12, 1861...Engraving of Lincoln, by Isaac Bates. Stiff card: 4" x 2-1/2".
1865
 

LINCOLN, WILLIAM?. Dec. 12, 1826. SIR:--At a public meeting of gentlemen of various occupations and professions from different parts of this County, feeling a common inerest in the prosperity of domestic industry, recently held at Worcester...James Draper, Esq. was called to the chair. The alarming extent of the evils under which the Manufacturers of Wool are now suffering having been stated....Memorial....Signed in ink by William Lincoln. [Caption title & partial text]. Small folio broadside (old folds). Addressed on verso in ink. Fine.
1826
 

LIVINGSTON, JOHN. Important Notice to Every Practising Lawyer. 157 Broadway, New-York. February 1st, 1853. Sir: For three years, I have annually published, at great personal loss, a Law Register, giving the names of all the lawyers in the United States.... [Caption and beginning of text].
1853
 

LOBSTEIN, J.F. DANIE Proposal for Publishing by Subscription a Work Entitled Experiments and Observations on the Extraordinary Effects of Phosphorus in the Treatment of Different Diseases...[Caption title].
1824
 

LOCKE, DAVID ROSS. Petroleum V. Nasby. Finance and Communism. The Broadside Extra. [Caption title]. Folio broadside, printed in seven columns. Very good.
1878
 

LOWELL, J.R Ode. "My name is water: I have sped/ Through strange dark ways untried before..." [eight stanzas in:] Water Celebration, Boston, October 25, 1848. Broadside, 7.50" x 10.25."
1848
 

LOWELL, J.R Ode. "My name is water: I have sped/ Through strange dark ways untried before..." [eight stanzas in:] Water Celebration, Boston, October 25, 1848. Broadside, 8.75" x 11.5"
1848
 

M'KENDREE COLLEGE. Annual Exhibition of the Philosophian Society, of M'Kendree College. Tuesday Evening July 18, 1848. [Caption title]. 8vo. broadside.
1848
 

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

MADISON, JAMES. National Intelligencer, Extra. Saturday, April 4--3 P.M. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadside, printed in two columns.
1812
 

MAN, THOMAS? The Four Traitors, Who most infamously sold themselves to the Dorrites, for Office and Political Power. Let us not reward Traitors, but with just indignation abandon them as "Scape-Goats," to their destiny--forever. [Caption title & partial text]. Sm. folio broadside, with large portraits of the four traitors.
1845
 

MARKHAM, EDWIN. The Man with the Hoe. [Caption title]. Broadside, 14" x 8."
1924
 

MARKHAM, EDWIN. Lincoln, the Man of the People. [Caption title]. Broadside, 14" x 8."
1922
 

MATHER, DR. WILLIAM. Chemical Lectures. A Lecture, introductory to a course...[Caption title & partial text]. Broadside, 9" x 12".
1845
 

MAY, ABBY W. NEW ENGLAND WOMEN’S AUXILIARY ASSOCIATION. Monthly Report. Broadside, 12” x 6," double column. Signed in type at conclusion by Abby W. May as Chairman of the Executive Committee, dated April 15, 1865. Old folds, else about fine.
1865
 

McDANIEL, G., Presid A Grand National Celebration Will Be Held on the Third of August, 1895 By the Colored Population of Clinton, Missouri. [Caption title (in 6 lines)]. Folio broadside, brown ink on tan paper, with typographical border. Very attractive.
1895
 

McDANIEL, JOHN ROBIN To the Citizens of Lynchburg and Campbell Co. [Caption title]. Broadside, 7.5" x 7.5."
1865
 

McLEOD, RODERICK. Memorandum. I Hereby obligate myself to labor for Shepard Cary and Collins Whitaker, doing business in the name and under the Firm of Shepard Cary & Company, at making Ton Timber...[Caption title & partial text]. [Large 8vo, broadside, with ink notations & signature.
1848
 

MEIN AND FLEEMING. [October] 22d, 1767. Proposals for Printing a New Weekly Paper, called The Boston Chronicle. [Caption title]. 4to broadsheet. Verso headed: "Plan."
1767
 

MIDDLESEX CANAL. Passport for the Middlesex Canal Navigation. Narrow oblong folio broadside, partially printed, partially holograph. 1805. Docketed on verso by Josian Stevens, June 18, 1805.
1805
 

MOORE, L.W.. Bank Robbery. The following Bonds, &c. property of private depositors and the Middlesex Institution for Savings, were stolen from the safe of the Concord National Bank (Mass.), on the 25th of Sept., 1865…. [Caption title]. Broadside circular, 11” x 7." Title followed by lists of numbered securities, signed in type by Geo[rge] Heywood, President of the Concord National Bank, and Geo[rge] M. Brooks, President of the Middlesex Institution, at conclusion. Old folds, a couple of creases. Very good.
1865
 

MORRIS, WM. E. Long Island Railroad. Directions in Case of Severe Snow Storms. [Caption title]. Broadside, 11" x 9".
1858
 

MORTON, OLIVER P. Read and Circulate. Great Reconstruction Speech of Ex-Governor O.P. Morton, U.S. Senator from Indiana. Delivered at the Republican Mass Meeting, held 29th of September, 1865, at Richmond, Indiana. [Caption title]. Broadside, 25”x18," text in eight columns printed on thin paper. Folded in quarters. Erosion along one fold with slight loss, perhaps six or eight words, a few separations at margins without loss, otherwise very good.
1868
 

MUHLENBERG, HENRY A. Address of the Committee of Correspondence of Berks county, appointed at the Meeting of the twenty-second of February last, to their Fellow Citizens of Berks county. [Caption title]. Elephant folio broadside, printed in five columns, with typographical border. Matted. Browned. Small break, without loss.
1827
 

MUSSEY, REUBEN D., e CIRCULAR. The Officers of the Medical Institution of Dartmouth College, influenced by various considerations have thought proper to lay before the public a statement of the present situation and the resources of the Institution; that they may enable the public to judge how far the Institution may still be deserving the confidence and patronage which for many years it has so eminently experienced... [Caption title and partial text]. Broadsheet, 10” x 11." [2] pp., signed in type at conclusion by Dartmouth professors Reuben D. Mussey, Daniel Oliver, James Freeman Dana, and Usher Parsons; dated Dartmouth College, Hanover (N.H.), November 18th, 1820. Printing has been offset on a larger sheet which has been folded for mailing (no address), with traces of old wax seal. Lightly dust-soiled, small breaks along folds affecting a few words and characters but without serious loss, some marginal tears in upper blank margin closed, several old repairs made with paper on verso, &c. Very sound withal. Rare.
1820
 

NATIONAL UNIVERSITY Declaration of the National University Student Union. [Caption title]. Broadside, 15.5" x 7.25".
1925
 

NEW YORK BIBLE SOCIE Printed form: This is to Certify That [in ms., Jesse Read] by virtue of [a contribution of Fifteen Dollars] made by [himself] is a Life Member of the New York Bible Society. New York [Nov. 5th, 1841]. [Signed: Alfred Edwards] Pres. [Saml B. Schieffelin] Treas. Attest [Jno. ?]. Text in full, surmounted by a 4” X 6” oval cut depicting a biblical scene. With integral blank leaf. Some spotty foxing.
1841
 

NICHOLS, J.B. & C.C. A Horrible Plot Discovered!! [Caption title]. 4to broadside.
1842
 

NILES, NATHANIEL. The American Hero: a Sapphick Ode. [Caption title]. Oblong 8vo. broadside, printed in two columns.
1781
 

O'RIELLY, HENRY & HE Atlantic, Lake and Mississippi Telegraph Range; from the Canadian Frontier to the Gulf of Mexico. Cast Survey--Telegraphic Operations for Longitude. From the Cincinnati Gazette--Oct. 1848. [Caption title]. 4to. Printed in two columns on blue paper. [Verso]: (For the New-York Journal of Commerce.) "New Telegraph Instruments." Telegraphing Time--Electric Clocks--when Invented? [Caption title]. Two columns, dated at New-York, Dec. 4, 1848. Signed in type: "Justice." [And] Atlantic, Lake and Mississippi Telegraph Range; Extending between theAtlantic and the Mississippi--from the Canadian Frontier to the Mexican Gulf--including the Lake Country and Ohio Valley. [Caption title. Oblong 12mo, two columns on blue paper, printed on recto only. With a statement in print at conclusion: "The foregoing statement is made in reply to many inquiries from different sections and sources. John I. [!] Rielly, Superintendent. November 1, 1848. [And] "When, if ever, can Principles be Patented?" Opinion of Henry R. Seleden, referred to in the Statement of Henry O'Rielly. [Caption title]. 4to. 3 pp. (p. 4 blank), printed on blue paper. Dated at the end of p. 3, Albany, Oct. 21, 1848. [And] Railroad Telegraph Lines West of Pittsburg. Respecting the right of using Morse's instruments on Railroad Telegraph Lines west of Pittsburg, the following opinion has been prepared by Messrs. E.W. & G.F. Chester, of New York...[Caption title]. 8vo. 4 pp. All fine.
1848
 

OLIVER, HENRY K. Age Atlantic Cotton Mills. All Persons in the employ of this Company are considered as consenting to the following Regulations, and are Required to Conform Thereto. [Caption title]. Broadside, 11” x 7-5/8”, two columns printed on blue paper within an ornamental border. Signed in type by Henry K. Oliver, Agent, at bottom. Top section (2”?) neatly excised along a fold, deleting top 1/5th of “Atlantic Cotton Mills,” plus corresponding border, otherwise very good.
1851
 

OVERTON, A.N. & D. Smut Exterminator! Seed Wheat Cleansed of Smut! Oatented by Alfred N. Norton, in September, 1861. [Caption title, in 4 lines]. Large 4to broadside.
1861
 

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

PARSONS, ALBERT RICH A.R. Parson's Appeal to the People of America. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadsheet, three full columns on recto & verso. Fine.
1887
 

PAYNE, JOHN HOWARD. Clari; Or, The Maid of Milan, An Opera, in Three Acts, as First Performed at the Theatre Royal, Convent Garden, on Thursday, May 8th, 1823....
1823
 

PEASE, RICHARD L. & To the Selectmen...[regarding Edgartown and Tisbury fulfilling their quotas for the draft]. [Caption title.] 4to broadside, printed in two columns.
1864
 

PEIRCE, OLIVER. B. English Grammar--Popular Lectures. [Paragraph Head, on folio broadside, under the following in four lines: Will you read this, and keep it till it shall be called for?/ Knowledge is power.--Lord Bacon. To this should be added, "If it in-/cludes the knowleddge of one's own language, by which chiefly, that power is/ to be wielded." Text in three columns.
1841
 

PENA, AUXCENCIO MARI Long Tom's Pilgrimage. [Caption title]. 4to broadside with two columns of verse & typographical border.
1829
 

PENNELL, DENNIS. Now is the Time to Buy a Splendid Premium Piano Forte...[Caption title]. 4to broadside, illustrating two pianos.
1855
 

PERKINS, HENRY I. Fifty Dollars Reward. Some person or persons entered the subscribers house...and stole the following articles...[Caption title & partial text]. Broadside, 10" x 15".
1833
 

PETERS, G.S. Printer Geburts und Tauf Schein. [Caption title]. Folio colored broadside, illustrated & with text in German.
1826
 

PIERCE, FRANKLIN. Franklin Pierce's Letter to Jeff. Davis. [Caption title]. 8vo. Broadside.
1864
 

PIERPONT, JOHN. Order of Exercises at the Orgination of Mr. John Pierpont, as Pastor of the Church and Society in Hollis-Street, Boston, April 14, 1819. [Caption title]. 4to broadside. Printed in two columns, typographical border. Uncut.
1819
 

PITMAN, JOHN. Cattle Show, and Exhibition of Domestic Manufactures At Pawtuxet, R.I., on Thursday, Sept. 26, 1844. The Standing Committee of he Rhode-Island Society for the Encouragement of Domestic Industry, off the following Premiums:...[Caption title & partial text]. Elephant folio broadside, in four columns, with large typographical border & generous margins.
1844
 

POLK, LIEUT. GEN. LE A Proclamation. To All Soldiers in This Department Absent from Their Commands Without Leave. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadside. 26 x 22 cm.
1864
 

PORTER, RUFUS Editor The New-York Scientific American: The Advocate of Industry and Enterprise, and Journal of Mechanical, and Other Improvements... [Caption title in center box, with Editor's and Publisher's Name, plus other descriptive text & illustrations for the first year]. Large folio broadside, with old folds. [And] The Scientific American, a Weekly Journal of Art, Science and Mechanics...[Caption title in center box, with Publisher's Name, plus other descriptive text & illustrations for the fourth year]. [And] The New York Scientific American...Vol. 2, # 1-52. 416 pp. September 26, 1846-September 18, 1847. Folio. Contemp. binding, covers detached, but present.
1846
 

POTTER, REV. WM. J. The Voice of the Draft. [Caption title]. Broadside, 17" x 12". Printed in four columns.
1863
 

RASCALL, A. GT. A Gr Notice. Great Sale at Auction. The Subscriber, having used up all his old customers, and finding that he can no longer get a decent living here by duping the people, has determined to quit these diggings, and go to parts where he is unknown....[Caption title & partial text]. Broadside, 10" x 8".
1843
 

RAU, SIMON. Patentirter Wurm-Thee. [Caption title]. Oblong 4to broadside.
1840
 

RENWICK, JAMES. Directing experiments to be made to ascertain the length of the Pendulum, vibrating sixty times in a minute. [Caption title.] 4to broadside. [with] Joint resolution directing experiments to be made to ascertain the length of a pendulum vibrating sixty times in a minute. [Caption title.] 4to broadside.
1826
 

REPUBLICAN CORRESPON Samuel Beardsley. A handbill is circulated under the above named signe[d] Joel Northrop and Ami Dows, and is stated to be ‘By order of the Corresponding Committee.’ What Corresponding Committee? Who have deputed these gentlemen to advise the electors of this county upon their political duties? Do they represent the Anti-Masons or the Clay men? Or, are they the mouth pieces of the Siamese Twins? [Caption and beginning of text]. Broadside, 11 ” x 9-1/8," signed in type by Nicholas Smith and five other members of the committee at conclusion. Wrinkled, top margin folded and creased with loss of one corner (blank). Very good withal.
1843
 

RHODE ISLAND. State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. In General Assembly, August Session, 1781. Act Act for incorporating and bringing into the Field Five Hundred able-bodied effective Men, of the Militia, to serve within the State for One Month, from the Time of their Rendezvous, and no longer Term, and not to be marched out of the same. [Caption title]. Signed in type by Henry Ward. Broadside, 15" x 10", uncut. Fine copy; the required # for Smithfield erased, apparently intentionally.
1781
 

RICE, JOEL & SONS. Groceries, Iron, Nails, &c....Attention of Merchants....We Wish to Call the Attention of Blacksmiths,...Farmers and Others....Elephant folio broadside, with extremely decorative typographical border.
1853
 

RICHARDSON, ITHIEL S [I.S. Rich]ardson's Self-Acting FIRE ALARM. [Caption title]. 7" x 7.5" broadside.
1833
 

ROCKWELL, H.H. Fitch Hambletonian! This Celebrated Stallion, purchased of William Fitch, of Norwich, Ct., by H.H. Rockwell and W.H. Allen...[Caption title & partial text]. Broadside, 15.5" x 10."
1871
 

ROOT, RILEY. To Rail Road Companies.
1857
 

ROSS, J.S. Lecture! Scientific and Practical! Prof. J.S. Ross Will deliver a Lecture on the Subject of Electricity....an Explanation of the Telegraphing process....The whole to be accompanied by illustrations on suitable apparatus, including Morse's Telegraph....[Caption title & partial text]. Large folio broadside. Browned, but fine. Time, date & place not filled in. Old black frame.
1845
 

RYAN, ABRAM. The Sword of Robert Lee. By "Moina."* *Father Abram Ryan of Knoxville, Tennessee, Author of the celebrated lines on the "Conquered Banner." [Caption title] 8vo broadside, six six-line stanzas.
1868
 

SALEM, MASS. FIRE DEPARTMENT. Regulations Adopted by the Firewards of Salem. 1842. [Caption title]. Broadside, 19" x 16 1/2". Caption and three columns of text and tables within an attractive ornamental border.
1842
 

SANFORD, GEN. J.W.A. Address of Genl. J[ohn] W.A. Sanford, Commissioner of Georgia, Before the Texan Convention, 4th Feb. 1861. [Caption title]. Broadside, 13.5" x 5'. Left margin somewhat narrow, but fine.
1861
 

SHATTUCK, DR. Small Pox Recipe. n.d, ca. 1840s. 4to leaf printed on one-half, folded to 8vo. Ink & printed, written both sides on brochure of "Dentistry. Dr. Shattuck, of Colchester, Conn....” Browned, small holes at folds & edges. “Recipe sent a Merchant of Boston from England Cure for Small Pox”.
1840
 

SHATTUCK, W.P. To the Public. Mesmerism, or Animal Magnetism. By Dr. W.P. Shattuck. [Broadsheet, folded to four pages]. Oblong 4to.
1843
 

SHEPARD, SAMUEL W. Erie & Junction Canal Directory; Containing a list of the principal places on said Canals, with their distance from each others, and from the several Collector's Offices. [Caption title]. Broadside, 17" x 9". With typographical border. Lightly foxed.
1828
 

SHERIDAN, P.H. Chronicle--Extra. Warren, Friday, Apr. 7, 4 P.M. The following despatches have just been received: Lt. Gen'l Grant:--I have the honor to report that the enemy made a stand at the junction of the Burkesville Station Road...Up to this time we have captured Gen'ls Ewell, Kesshall, Button, Coorse, DeBarry and Curtiss, several thousand prisoners...I think Lee will surender. P.H. Sheriday. Later. Lee's Whole Army Has Surrendered. P.H. Sherridan. [Caption title & partial text.] 8vo. broadside.
1865
 

SHULZE, JOHN ANDREW. J. Andrew Shulze's Inaugural Address to the Legislature, December 16, 1823. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadside on silk, text in two columns, with hearts & flowers typographical border and eagle cartouche.
1823
 

SIMMONS, ANTHONY K. Pity the Blind. [Caption title]. Broadside, 10” x 4," printed on dark green paper, text within an ornamental border. With a testimonial at head signed in type by Geo. S. Alexander/Pastor, M.E. Church, South Truro [Mass.], followed by six stanzas of verse. A pretty copy.
1860
 

SMART, EDWIN Col. Co Rebel Raid in Southeast Missouri. Attack Upon Patterson. Fight Between 1,500 of the Enemy and 400 Federals. The Latter Fall Back to Big Creek. Interesting Dispatch from Pilot Knob. Major McConnell Reported Mortally Wounded and a Prisoner[!] The Incursion at an End. [Caption title]. Narrow small folio broadside.
1863
 

SMITH, BENG'N! F. $150 Reward. [Caption title]. Broadside, 6" x 7.5."
1826
 

SMITH, GERRIT. To the Religious Newspaper Reviewers of My Recent Discourse. [Caption title.] 4to Broadsheet.
1859
 

SMITH, GERRIT. Address to the National Temperance Convention Held in Chicago Sept. 1st and 2d, 1869, To the People of the United States. Slavery is gone, but drunkenness stays. There are a million drunkards in our land....[Caption & beginning of text].
1869
 

SMITH, GERRIT. At the meeting of the "Church of Peterboro," held July 7th, 1849, the following Resolutions were passed, without a dissenting voice:...[Caption title. Oblong 8vo. broadside, with three Resolutions].
1849
 

SMITH, MISS CAROLINE Arm for the Right; or, the Invalid's Last Appeal. [Caption title]. 4to broadside. Verse in three columns, plus text above & below. Browned, some chipping.
1869
 

SPRAGUE, CHARLES. Order of Services at the Dedication of the New Church, Erected by the First Congregational Society in Concord, Dec. 29th, 1841. [Caption title]. Broadside, 8.5" x 11.5".
1841
 

SPROUT, S.E. & L.B Sprout's Combined Hay Fork and Knife. [Caption title.] Broadside, 8" x 9.5"
1866
 

SQUIER, M.P. Two (2) pp. ALS to Rev. Mason Day at Orangeville, Genesee, New York. Perry Centre, New York, Nov. 18, 1829. 4to. Ink. Letter Written on Printed Circular of the Western Agency for Home Missions. Integral address, wax seal. Small holes at left margin and at folds. Browned.
1829
 

STANTON, HENRY B. Northern Rights! [Letters printed 2" & 2-1/4" tall]. H.B. Stanton, Esq. Will address the people of Salem and vicinity...on the True Interests of the Government in relation to a Tariff and the Currency...the principles and objects of the Liberty Party movement....Salem, Nov. 30, 1842 [dated crossed out in ink, holograph date inserted, Friday, Feby. 10, 1843]. Broadside, 12" x 17."
1842
 

STANTON, HENRY B., S [Boston] Chronicle--Extra. Address of the State [Liberty Party] Central Committee. [Caption title]. Large folio broadside in four columns. Signed in type at the end by 25 members of the Liberty Party, dated Boston, Nov. 5, 1844.
1844
 

STEARNS, GEORGE L. Universal and Equal Suffrage, Tariff, Internal Revenue, Currency. [Caption title]. 4to broadside.
1865
 

STEPHENS, ALEXANDER The Rebellion Inexcusable: Warning and Protest Against It. [Caption title]. Narrow folio broadside.
1861
 

STOCKTON, CAPT. ROBT Notice and Caution Is hereby given, that the Two Locomotive Engines Called the "Ajax" and "Achilles," Now offered for Sale by the Sheriff of Luzerne County, under Executions against the Sugar-Loaf Coal Company, But (subject to the expiration of a Lease to Captain Robert F. Stockton,) are owned by the Subscribers....[Caption title & partial text]. Large folio broadside.
1842
 

STORY, JOSEPH. To the President of the United States, and the Senate of the House of Representatives of the United States, in Congress Assembled, the memorial of the Inhabitants of the Town of Salem, in the County of Essex, and the State of Massachusetts, in Town-Meeting assembled...[Caption title]. Large folio broadside, printed in four columns.
1806
 

STOWE, PHINEAS. Welcome Song, Dedicated to the Commander, Officers and Crew of the U.S. Sloop-of-War Wachusett, On her arrival at the Charlestown Navy Yard, Nov. 26, 1864. [Caption title]. 8vo. broadside, verse in two columns, with typographical border.
1864
 

SUTTON, WILLIAM, Chi Fire Department. Regulations Adopted by the Firewards of Salem for 1838. [Caption title]. Elephant folio broadside. 17 Articles in three columns, plus two horizontal columns at bottom with locations of equipment. Typographical border. Old folds, but very good.
1838
 

TAGGART, JOHN H. Pre Free Military School for Applicants for Command of Colored Troops...Established by the Philadelphia Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Regiments. Rules for the Government of the free Military School, for Applicants for Command of Colored Troops. [Caption title.] 4to broadside.
1863
 

TAPPAN, LEWIS and H. Human Rights--Extra. Office of the American Anti-Slavery Society, New-York, Feb. 11, 1839. [Caption title.] Small folio broadsheet.
1839
 

TEWKSBURY, WILLIAM P Stationery and Book-Store. William P. Tewksbury, No. 362 Washington Street, Sign of the Large Book...Boston [Caption title & partial text]. Broadside, 16.5" x 11.5". Printed in black & red, with 3.5" woodcut of the bookstore. Typographical border. Matted.
1849
 

THOMAS, DAVID. A Letter from David Thomas principal Engineer on the Erie Canal, west of the Genesee River, to a Gentleman in Albany. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadside, folded into 4 pp., with text on p. [1] & p. [4]. Double column.
1820
 

THOMAS, ISAIAH. Olim Meminisse Juvabit. To (the Hon. James Burrill, LLD.) The American Antiquarian Society...(Isaiah Thomas)...
1815
 

TILTON & SLEEPER. A New and Superior Lamp, for Burning Lard. The Patent Adjustable Lard Lamp. [Caption title]. Oblong 8vo. broadside.
1850
 

TURNER, W.H. Chief E Running Regulations of the Haverhill Fire Department Adopted May, 1871. [Caption title]. 4to broadside, printed on salmon colored stock, typographical border.
1871
 

U. S. ARSENAL on Sch Invoice of Stores for Delivery...to Fort Leavenworth. Edwards S. Fayssoux, Military Store Keeper, to Major A. MacKay, Asst. Quartermaster. March 17, 1836. 1 p. 8 x 13.5 inches. Docketed.  Printed & hand written. Ink. Browned, folds, small hole at fold, loss of a word.
1836
 

UNION PACIFIC RAILRO General Freight Department. Omaha, Neb., October 1st, 1878. Special Order Number 64. On and after this date…the rates per 100 pounds upon grain in car loads of not less than 2,000 pounds nor more than 24,000 pounds when shipped from the local station named below, to Omaha, will be as follows….[Caption title & beginning of text]. Broadside (9” x 5”). Caption followed by list of Nebraska stations with two columns giving rates for shipping rye, barley & flax seed, and for shipping corn & oats, respectively, with the printed rates for both categories entirely amended in manuscript (ink). Folded to sixths at some point, wear and some small separations along folds. Light soiling, a couple of short, marginal tears, but entirely sound.
1870
 

UNION VOLUNTEER REFR At a Meeting ... on the 16th of April [1865], the following Preamble and Resolutions were adopted, Whereas We have learned with unbounded sorrow and anguish, the assassination of our beloved Chief Magistrate, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES....[beginning of text].
1865
 

UNION VOLUNTEER REFR Philadelphia, August 21, 1861. The object of the VOLUNTEER REFRESHMENT COMMITTEE is to provide Soldiers passing through this City with Refreshments, and furnishing Medical and other attention to the sick of wounded. [Caption and beginning of text].
1861
 

VERSE BROADSIDE. Solomon's Temple and Bruce's Address to His Army. [Caption title.] Broadside, 9" x 10.5".
1835
 

WALKER, A. Splendid Amusement! Startling Feats of Legerdemain!.... Magic! All of the most unexceptional [!] character, together with the extremely Laughable Performances of Punch & Judy Consisting of Ten Beautiful Mechanical Figures!....To conclude with the celebrated Nose Amputation!... [Caption title & partial text]. Broadside, 19" x 8". Fine.
1855
 

WALKER, N.W. Chairma The Shell Point Meeting. [Caption title]. Broadside, 19.5" x 11.5". Printed in three columns of text, with three small manuscript corrections in ink. [Followed by partial text]: In pursuance of public notice, a very large meeting of the citizens of Shell Point took place on the 19th inst. to express themselves upon the question which has created such universal excitement throughout the slave holding States. {End of first paragraph].
1835
 

WARREN, JOSIAH. Broadside Advertisment for Seven Separately Described Products Available at the Producer's Exchange of Labour for Labour Association. Philadelphia, ca. 1827-28. 8.5" x 11.5"; uncut, a few stains.
1828
 

WASHINGTON, GEORGE. Washington's Farewell Address [letters 3" high] to the People of the United States. [Caption title]. Broadside, 38" x 26." With two engravings, one a small oval laid on of Washington by Gideon Fairman from a drawing of Stuart, plus an engraving by Fairman from a drawing by T[homas] Sully. Script by Charles H. Parker, engraved by Charles Toppan. Signed in script at bottom by Fairman, B.H. Rand and Toppan.
1821
 

WASHINGTON. The Western Solomon, and the Soldier's Return. [Caption title.]
1815
 

WASHINGTON. Odes To be sung at the celebration of Washington's Birth-Day, by the "Washington Benevolent Society of the County of Hampden," at Springfield, Feb. 22d, 1814. [Caption title]. 4to broadside, two odes in two columns, with typographical border between columns and at head & foot of text.
1814
 

WATERMAN, JOHN R. Waterman's Specific Plaster, For Inflammation, &c. [Caption title]. Narrow 4to broadside.
1842
 

WATTERSTON, GEO. Washington National Monument Office. [Caption title]. 4to broadside, printed in two columns, with holograph additions & corrections.
1850
 

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

WEBSTER, DANIEL. Circular. Department of State. March 21, 1841. "To the Honorable John Bell, Secretary of War." Washington, D.C. March 20, 1841. Watermarked. Docketed. 10 x 16 inches, folded in half, 2 pp. Fine legible hand. Contemp. copy.
1841
 

WEEDEN, E.S. Information for Soldiers and Their Heirs! [Caption title]. Broadside, 17" x 11". Text in four columns, with three Civil War illustrations beneath title.
1890
 

WENDELL, C. Union Office, Washington City, 1858. Sir: In view of the threatening condition of public affairs, in order to strengthen and consolidate the Democratic Party...[Caption title & partial text]. 4to broadside, on blue paper, backed, signed by the publisher, C. Wendell.
1858
 

WESTERN ANTI-SLAVERY Union with Freemen--No Union With Slaveholders. Anti-Slavery Meetings! [Caption title, in 3 lines]. 16" x 11."
1845
 

WHITE, ANTHONY W. Cavalry Orders, Bedford, December 5, 1794. [Caption title]. 4to broadside, printed in two columns, signed in type.
1794
 

WHITFIELD, JAMES et Printed Broadside Document, Accomplished in Manuscript, Receipt for Lands Sold in Accordance with "An Act to dispose of the residue of Lands heretofore reserved for the use of the State." Signatures of four commissioners at conclusion.
1829
 

WHITTIER, J.G Order of Exercises at the Dedication of the Newbury High School House. Newbury, Nov. 2, 1849. [Caption title.] Broadside, 11.5" x 7"
1849
 

WINDER, GEN. JOHN H. Rules and Regulations Governing Confederate States Prison, at Tuscaloosa, Ala. {Caption title, in three lines]. Sm. 4to broadside, printed in two columns.
1863
 

WINTHROP, GRENVILLE Extra Concord Freeman. Remarks of Mr. Grenville T. Winthrop, of Watertown, on the Currency, in the House of Representatives, 17th March, 1840. [Caption title]. Elephant folio broadsheet, 5 columns on recto, 3 columns on verso.
1840
 

WISE, JOHN. J. Wise. Balloon Ascension! [letters 2" high] And Descent with the Parachute. From the Borough of Allentown, on Saturday the 27th of April, 1839. Mr. Wise [letters 2" high], the Aeronaut, Respectfully announces to the inhabitants of Allentown and vicinity that he will make the 13th Grand Ascension.... [Caption title & partial text]. Broadside mounted on old linen (now matted). 39" x 21".
1839
 

WOLCOTT, OLIVER. Treasury Department, Comptroller's Office, August 29th [day in ms], 1794. It is understood to be the opinion of some of the Officers of the Customs...[Caption title & partial text]. 8vo. broadside, trimmed fairly close top & bottom.
1794
 

WOODARD, ABIJAH. Document patent application US No. 2622 “Improvement in Water Wheels”. May 12, 1842. Folio, with large engraving by Stone. Signed by Daniel Webster as Secretary of State, Henry Ellsworth, Commissioner of Patents. 4 pp., plus colored engraving of invention. Held with pink ribbon.
1842
 

WOODBURY, WILLIAM?, To the Citizens of Maine. [Caption title]. Large 4to broadside, printed in two columns, with four names signed beneath in ink, and pasted below a slip of paper with ten more signatures in ink.
1832
 

WOODWORTH, SAMUEL. Ode for the Canal Celebration, Written at Request of the Printers of New-York...[Caption title}. 4to silk broadside, with typographical border. Verse printed in two columns.
1825
 

WOODWORTH, SAMUEL. The Hunters of Kentucky; or the Battle of New Orleans. [Caption title]. 16" x 9". Broadside verse in two columns, with typographical border and engravings. Fine.
1824
 

WORCESTER. An Act to Establish a Fire Department in the Town of Worcester. [Caption title]. Broadside, 11.5" x 9". Printed in two columns.
1835
 

YOUNG, J.S. An Address to Congress on the Protection of American Labor.
1850
 

YOUNG, J.S. Daguerreotypes!! J.S. Young, Takes pleasure in announcing to thhe Public, that he has recently Re-fitted and Re-furnished the Rooms....[Title & partial text]. Broadside, 10.5" 6.5". Extensive typographical border.Early Ohio notice by the daguerreotypist, J.S. Young
1853
 

YOUNGER, MAUD. Why Wage-Earning Women Should Vote. [Caption title]. 8vo. broadsheet.
1911
 

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