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Scenes in Florida.
1894
 

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
 

CARPENTER, RICHARD & Merchant Ledger of Early Pensacola. 1767-68. Title page: Ledger Commencing October ye 6th, 1767. Folio Ink. Contemp. vellum. 150 pp. Cover slightly loose with pen indentations, pages browned, slight water staining. Ink bright and legible. Very good.
1767
 

COXE, DANIEL. A Description of the English Province of Carolana, by the Spaniards Called Florida, and by the French La Louisiane. As also of the Great and Famous River Meschacebe or Mississippi, the Five Vast Navigable Lakes of Fresh Water...
1840
 

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
 

FORBUSH, T.B. Florida: The Advantages and Inducements Which It Offers to Immigrants. Collected and Arranged by the Secretary of the New England Emigrant Aid Company. Second Edition, February, 1868.
1868
 

NEW ENGLAND EMIGRANT Florida: The Advantages and Inducements Which It Offers to Immigrants....Second Edition, February, 1868.
1868
 

SCHOENER, JACOB B. Journey to Key West and Havana from New York. 1841-1842. Diary, 16mo. 60 pp. Contemp. calf. Ink & pencil, most English, some German. Illustrations are hand drawn in ink & pencil, one colored.
1841
 

SEWALL, R.K. Sketches of St. Augustine. With a View of Its History and Advantages as a Resort for Invalids.
1848
 

SEWELL, RUFUS KING. Rufus King Sewell's Accounts at Bowdoin College. October 4, 1833 to April 3, 1851. Notebook 6 x 7 inches, 125 pp. Contemp. calf backed marbled boards. Cover wear, spine chipped. Ink and pencil.
1833
 

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
 

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