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Report of the Committee of the Corporation, on the Subject of Fortifying the Harbour of New-York.
1807
 

Putnam's Library of Choice Stories. Sea Stories. Now first Collected, And forming the Fifth Volume of "Putnam's Story Library."
1858
 

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

Regulations, Relative to the Navigation of the Middlesex Canal.
1830
 

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 American Naval and Patriotic Songster...in Honor of Hull, Jones, Decatur, Perry, Bainbridge, Lawrence, &c. &c. &c.
1836
 

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

Providence, R.I. Town Council Meeting Concerning Ship John Jay. September 4, 1804. Two Pages, 4to, ink. Probable clerk's copy. Slight fraying.
1804
 

Logs of the Schooner Seceder and Schooner Orion, & Bark Leonidas. 1832-1833. Narrow folio. 72pp. “N. Turner Scituate, January 13, 1832,” inscribed on page of advertising (Chronometers of B. & S. Demilt). Ink in printed blank journal, titled: "The Improved Seaman’s Journal: Being an Easy and Correct Method of Keeping the Daily Recording of a Vessel During the Course of a Voyage. N.Y., Richard Patten, 1826. Modern binding, navy blue cloth. Pages browned, slight edgewear.
1832
 

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

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
 

Log of the Edward Stanly, G.M. Yates, Master. Burma to Falmouth, [England] and Then to Liverpool.  Dec. 20, 1863 to  July 16, 1864. Printed log book, James Imray and Son, London. 10.25 x 13 inches. 215 pp. Blue paper covered board, with red buckram spine. Edge wear, ink splatters on cover, intact, legible hand.
1863
 

The Rhode-Island Register and United States Calendar, for the Year of our Lord Christ, 1823. 96 pp. Printed and sold by Brown & Danforth (Providence [R.I.]) with Hand Written Ship Arrival Notes, 4 pp., 1823. Paper cover, sewn with string. Worm holes and cover wear, pages browned.
1823
 

Manuscript Document Giving William Graves, an Owner and Master of the Brig American, Power of Attorney to act on behalf of the other four owners. Newburyport, Mass. 1823. 4to. 1 page, signed and notarized by William Woast with paper seal on verso. Ink. Written in a neat hand, fine and attractive.
1823
 

Invoice of Sundries on Board the Brig Ann & Hope, George Luther, Master, Bound for Trade Town. November, 16, 1806. Sheet 7.5 x 12.5 inches. 1 p. Browned, folds, small pinholes at folds. Docketed.
1806
 

Record of Shipping Trade Between New York and Boston Merchants and Haiti. June 10, 1859 to 1863, plus a few for 1865 and 1867. 250 pp. Oblong 4to. Ledger. Ink. Very legible. Contemp. marbled paper covers, calf spine & corners. Lined blue paper. Cover wear, tight.
1859
 

Brig Mary’s Shipping Paper, 8th Voyage. January 4, 1792. Printed & Holograph Sheet 12.5 x 15.5 inches, 2 pp. Boston: Printed by T.& J. Fleet, Docketed on Verso. Ink. Browned, slight tears at folds.
1792
 

Accounting Document for the Brig Dispatch. Signed by Nathl. P. Russell. Boston, October 2, 1816. Approved by Mssrs Wood & Rich. October 10, 1816. Sheet 13 x 16 inches, folded in half, 1 p. Legible ink, a few slight chips at right edge.
1816
 

An Inventory of the Estate of Capt. James Jarvis, Late of Roxbury. Decd. Estate 1753, Taken 1750. 2 Copies (ca. 1753), 2 pages each, taken from the original of dated January 14, 1750. One copy is in old tenor. Sheets 7.5 x 12.5 inches, 4 pp., browned, folds, archival tape repairs. Bright ink.
1750
 

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
 

Memorial of Merchants, Ship Owners, and Others, Against the Establishment by Congress, of Additional Lines of Steamships Under Government Contracts. [Wrapper title].
1852
 

Ledger Entries Showing Ships Landed. Boston, Massachusetts. June 20, 1812 to June 23, 1812. Sheet 9.5 x 15 inches. 1 p. From unknown ledger, pp.107-8. Ink. Left edge cut cleanly, paper browned. Fine.
1812
 

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
 

Richard Welch's Ledger A. March 1, 1844-57. In pencil "Richard Homer Welch". 8.5 x 3 inches. Calf bound. 134 pp. Some pencil drawings of ships including a child's drawing of "a man of war containing 28 guns". Cover well worn, pages browned and foxed. Spine separating. Some pages cut out. Text in ink; pencil.
1844
 

Schooner Queen Logbook. Flyleaf: "Schooner Queen's Log Book. Taunton, Mass. October 29, 1838 - July 24, 1840. 140 pp. 10 x 15.5 inches. Ink. Cover separating. Pages previously over pasted with news clippings. Browning, water damage. Last few pages poor, few pages loose, a few scribbled with pencil.
1838
 

Custom House Entries and Clearances). 1795-1799, 43 pp. All docketed. [1] "Monthly Return of Coasting Vessels, Cleared from the Port of East Greenwich District of of Newport, [Rhode Island]," February to December 1795. Signed by Thomas Arnold, Surveyor. 17 pp. 8 x 13 inches. [2] Monthly Return of Coasting Vessels Entered and Cleared at the Port of Pawtuxet in the District of Providence. Signed by Joseph Aborn, Surveyor. 1796 to 1799. 8 x 13 inches. 26 pp. Previous folds, browned, slight edge tatters or tears. Very Good.
1795
 

HUGUNIN, HIRAM. Commission Merchant and Great Lakes Ship’s Captain Who Traded in Early Chicago; includes many Medical Cures. July 25, 1836 to September 20, 1837. Includes Many Handwritten Folk Medicine Receipts and Various Newspaper Clippings. Bound ledger 8 x 10 inches. 46 written pages. Paper covered boards with calf spine. Spine separated, pages loose, some corners torn. Ink and pencil.
1836
 

AMES, NATHANIEL. A Mariner's Sketches, Originally Published in the Manufacturers and Farmers Journal, Providence. Revised, Corrected and Enlarged by the Author.
1830
 

AMES, NATHANIEL. Nautical Reminiscences.
1832
 

ANON. Fate of the Steam-Ship President, Which sailed from New-York, March 11th, 1841, bound for Liverpool.
1845
 

ANON. Home, or a Short Account of Charles Grafton.
1816
 

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

ANON. Awful Calamities: or, the Shipwrecks of December 1839, Being a Full Account of the Dreadful Hurricanes of Dec. 15, 21, & 27, on the Coast of Massachusetts; in which were lost more than 90 vessels, and nearly 200 dismasted...and more than 150 lives destroyed...and also of the dreadful disasters at Gloucester. Fourth Edition.
1840
 

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

ANON. The Book of the Ocean, and Life on the Sea: Containing thrilling Narratives and Adventures of Ocean Life in All Countries...with Sixty Illustrations. [Two volumes in one].
1854
 

ANON. Remarks on Relative Rank in the Navy. [Fly title].
1845
 

ANON. Navigation and Advantages of the River Schuylkill. January, 1829. [Caption title].
1829
 

ANON. A General View of the Rise, Progress, and Brilliant Achievements of the American Navy....A Succinct Account of the Origin and Progress of the Greek Revolution. Terminating with the Glorious Victory of Navarino, October 20, 1827.
1828
 

APPLETON, ELIZABETH Insurrection at Magellan. Narrative of the Imprisonment and Escape of Capt. Chas. H. Brown, from the Chilian Convicts.
1854
 

AZUNI, D.A. The Maritime Law of Europe. In Two Volumes. Translated from the French [by William Johnson].
1806
 

BARTON, WILLIAM. A Dissertation on the Freedom of Navigation and Maritime Commerce...
1802
 

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
 

BLUNT, JOSEPH. The Merchant's and Shipmaster's Assistant; Containing Information Useful to the American Merchants, Owners, and Masters of Ships....
1822
 

BOLTON, JOHN. Considerations in Support of the Memorial of the Delaware & Hudson Canal Company.
1827
 

BOSTON MARINE SOCIET Constitution and Laws...Instituted in the Year 1742; Incorporated in the Year 1754.
1840
 

BOSTON MARINE SOCIET Constitution and Laws….
1830
 

BRIDGE, HORATIO. Journal of an African Cruiser...Edited by Nathaniel Hawthorne.
1853
 

CARPENDER, EDWARD W. Conduct and Character of Lieut. Edward W. Carpender, During the Short Period of His Services on Board of the U.S. Ship John Adams, in the Years 1831 & 1832.
1834
 

CHILD, D.L. & HILLAR A Report of the Trial of Pedro Gibert, Bernardo de Soto [et al]... Before the U.S. Circuit Court, on an Indictment Charging Them with the Commission of an Act of Piracy, on Board the Brig Mexican of Salem...
1834
 

CLARK, EDWARD. Description of a Plan for Navigating the Rapids in Rivers, with an Account of Some Experiments, Instituted to Establish Its Practicability.
1823
 

COATES, SAMUEL. ALS to Moses Brown of Newburyport. Philadelphia, August 15, 1799. Sheet 9” x 14” folded 3 pp. Ink, slightly browned, very bright & legible.
1799
 

CODMAN, JOHN. Sailors' Life and Sailors' Yarns. By Captain Ringbolt. {Pseud.].
1847
 

COGGESHALL, GEORGE. Voyages to Various Parts of the World, Made Between the Years 1799 and 1844.
1851
 

COLE, CAPT. HENRY F. Logbook Containing Accounts of Six Voyages Aboard Packet Ship Emerald, Ship Creole, Ship Massachusetts, Schooner Mashuna, 1824-1841. (Logs are written in sections of “Information Useful for Navigators”, Samuel Lambert, comp. Salem, MA, 1820; from the back: "Seaman's Journal," available from Benjamin Loring in Boston.) Sm. folio. 136 pp. Contemp. calf backed boards.
1820
 

COLTON, WALTER. Ship and Shore: or Leaves from the Journal of a Cruise to the Levant. By an Officer of the United States' Navy.
1835
 

COOPER, J. FENIMORE. The History of the Navy of the United States of America. In Two Volumes.
1839
 

CURRIER & IVES. Wm. Tillman, the Colored Steward, of the Schooner S.J. Waring which was captured by the Piratical Brig Jeff Davis and recaptured by Tillman and Wm. Steding the German Sailor after having killed three of the Pirates in charge of her. He is receiving Visitors daily at Barnum's Museum, New York. [Full caption title].
1861
 

CUSHING, SAMUEL B. Report of Samuel B. Cushing, Esq., Civil Engineer, Respecting the Harbor of Van Buren, on Lake Erie, in the County of Chautauque, and State of New York. Made July, 1836...with a chart of that harbor, and also a chart of the harbor of Dunkirk...
1836
 

DAVIS, PARIS M. An Authentic History of the Late War Between the United States and Great Britain ...
1836
 

DAVIS, R.C. Reminiscences of a Voyage Around the World.
1869
 

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

DENNIS & BUFFINGTON. Printed document, accomplished in manuscript, dated 1794: Shipped in good Order and well-conditioned by [Francis Dennis] in and upon the Good [Brigantine] called the [Olive Branch] whereof the Master for the present Voyage [John Buffington] and now riding at Anchor in the [harbor of Baltimore] and bound for [Salem]...[One hundred Barrels of Flour]. Being marked and numbered as in the Margent....Dated in [Baltimore, March 29th, 1794].
1794
 

DICKERSON, EDWARD N. The Navy of the United States. An Exposure of Its Condition, and the Causes of Its Failure, Contained in a Speech Delivered to a Jury in the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia...in the Case of Mattingly vs. the Washington and Alexandria Steamboat Company....
1864
 

DICKERSON, EDWARD N. The Navy of the United States. An Exposure of Its Condition, and the Causes of Its Failure....in the Case of Mattingly vs. the Washington and Alexandria Steamboat Company. Reported by James O. Clephane...
1864
 

FANSHER, SYLVANUS. A Concise Treatise on Electricity; with Directions for Constructing and Applying Lightning Rods, Used for the Purpose of Shielding Houses, Ships, Etc., against the dangerous effects of electrical fluid from the Thunder-Cloud.
1830
 

FLINT, WILLIAM. Shipwreck of the Tamarac; a Poem.
1839
 

FORBES, R.B. A New Rig for Ships and Other Vessels, Combining Economy, Safety, and Convenience. Third Edition, enlarged.
1851
 

FORBES, R.B. Shipwreck by Lightning. Papers Relative to Harris's Lightning Conductors.
1853
 

GARNETT, JOHN. Tables Requisite to be Used with the Nautical Ephemeris, for Finding the Latitude & Longitude at Sea....To which are now added, the Most Useful Astronomical Tables...with Many New Problems Explaining Their Use.
1806
 

GOIN, JOHN W. Apprentices for the Merchant Service. [Caption title.]
1855
 

GRIEVE, WALTER ?. Ship Betsey (?) July to October 1798, Liverpool to New York. Sheets 8 x 13in., folded in half, approx. 18 pp. Hand tied with thread, no cover. Pages browned, legible ink
1798
 

HALL, ADELIA. Diary of a Journey Aboard the Brig "Maggie," to Liberia, 1870, with a Shipboard Diary Aboard the "Princess Alexandria," for 1871, a Journey to St. Croix, St. Thomas, Cuba, and Philadelphia.
1870
 

HALL, JAMES. Report of the Committee Appointed by the Citizens of Cincinnati, April 26, 1838, to Enquire into the Causes of the Explosion of the Moselle, and to Suggest Such Preventive Measures as may be best Calculated to Guard Hereafter Against Such Occurrences.
1838
 

HAND, WM. M. The House Surgeon and Physician; Designed to Assist Heads of Families, Travellers, and Sea-Faring People...the Best American Remedies...by a Physician and Surgeon.
1820
 

HOLDEN, HORACE. A Narrative of the Shipwreck, Captivity and Sufferings of Horace Holden and Benj. H. Nute; who were cast away in the American Ship Mentor, on the Pelew Islands, in the Year 1832; and for two years afterwards were subjected to unheard of sufferings among the barbarous inhabitants of Lord North's Island.
1836
 

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
 

JACKSON, ANDREW. Autograph note (ca. 65 words) initialed by Jackson. Written on a 4to sheet, dated May 9th, 1833. With notations in pencil relating to the note in an unknown hand. Light browning along a vertical fold, else fine.
1833
 

JOHNSON, WALTER R. A Report to the Navy Department of the United States, on American Coals Applicable to Steam Navigation, and to Other Purposes.
1844
 

KANE, THOMAS & COMPA Trade Catalogue of Racine Automatic Engines and Boilers Maritime and Stationary. Steam Launches. Yacht Fittings.
1892
 

KING, RUFUS. Speech...on the American Navigation Act, Delivered in the Senate of the United States....
1818
 

KNAPP, SAMUEL. Payroll for Voyage of the Lady Washington. May 20, 1837. A printed form on verso of a broadside: "Congress of the United States. An Act for the Government and Regulation of Seamen in the Merchants' Service." Passed the 4th of January, 1790. Caption on verso: "It is agreed between the Master, Seamen, or mariners, of the Brig Lady Washington of Newbury Port Samuel Knapp, Master, now bound for the island of Martinico & Back to the United States." Sold by W. & J. Gilman, Newburyport, [Mass.]. 1 sheet, 2 p. illus., 12.5" x 16." Folds, browned, separating at folds. Ink legible.
1837
 

KNAPP, SHEPHERD, et Committee in Behalf of the Ocean Steam Navigation Co. to Hon. W.K. Hall, Postmaster General. Washington, DC. May 3, 1852. Ink. Draft letter concerning the Bremen & Havre Mail Contract. 9 pp.Tall 4to. Ribbon bound at top, tears at folds, some browning.
1852
 

LARREY, DOMINQUE JEA Relation historique et chirurgicale de l'expendition de l'armee d'orient, en Egypte et en Syrie.
1803
 

LAW, GEORGE. A Sketch of Events in the Life of George Law, Published in Advance of His Autobiography. Also, Extracts from the Public Journals.
1855
 

LEIGH, JOSEPH. Illustrations of the Fulfillment of the Prediction of Merlin,--Occasioned by the Late Outrageous Attack of the British Ship of War the Leopard, on the American Frigate Chesapeake, and the Measures Taken by the President, Supported by the Citizens Thereon: Third Edition.
1807
 

LIVINGSTONE, DeGRASS Ship's Log. “Journal of a Cruise in the U.S. Sloop of War Saratoga”. William G. Nicholson, Esq. Commander. Flyleaf: “D.G. Livingstone U.S. Navy, Laguna, May 1, 1848. Gulf Squadron”. 11 April 1848 - 5 Oct 1849. Tall folio, 265 pp. Contemp. calf, marbled endpapers, ink, calfbound, spine labels: "Letterbook", "U.S. Navy". List of officers in front. Minor cover wear, tight and legible.
1848
 

MAHAN, A.T. The Gulf and Inland Waters.
1883
 

MAHAN, CAPTAIN A.T. The Influence of Sea Power Upon the French Revolution and Empire 1793-1812. In Two Volumes.
1892
 

MARQUAND, J. P. & JA Prince and Boat-swain. Sea tales from the recollection of Read-Admiral Charles E. Clark.
1915
 

MAURY, M.F. The Physical Geography of the Sea.
1855
 

MAYER, BRANTZ. Captain Canot; or, Twenty Years of an African Slaver Being an Account of His Career and Adventures on the Coast, in the Interior, on Shipboard, and in the West Indies. Written Out and Edited from the Captain's Journals, Memoranda and Conversations. Tenth Thousand.
1854
 

MELVILLE, HERMAN. Redburn: His First Voyage....
1849
 

MELVILLE, HERMAN. Typee: a Peep at Polynesian Life. During a Four Months' Residence in a Valley of the Marquesas; the Revised Edition with a Sequel. Part I-[II]. {Two volumes in one.]
1847
 

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, MRS. MILCAH M Miscellanies, Moral and Instructive, in Prose and Verse; Collected from Various Authors, for the Use of Schools, and Improvement of Young Persons of Both Sexes.
1787
 

NELIDOW, ALEXANDER 1 Log Book of Mischief. 1927-28. Sq. 4to. 64 pp. Orig board covers, cloth spine. Includes 3x5 photo of sail boat on title page. Ink & pencil. A few pasted news clippings. Loose clipping from NY Herald Tribune naming Mischief as taking part in the NY Yacht Club cruise. Very good.
1927
 

NOYES, Capt. RICHARD Massachusetts Marine Insurance Policy for “Sloop Katty”. No. 671, by John Fletcher, Newburyport, Mass., May 2, 1791. 1 p. 8.5” x 13”. Ink on printed form. Docketed on verso. Bright, legible.
1791
 

O’LOUGHLIN, GEORGE F Photograph Album and Scrapbook of Service Aboard the U.S.S. Wyoming, 1912-1919. Narrow folio, binding loose & worn; lined numbered pages. Some items loose, pages torn, edge wear, browning. 73 pp., 60 photos, 3" x 5" to 8" x 10," black & white, sepia. Photos & memorabilia glued in, some fading.
1912
 

PACKARD, M.M. Captain's Account Book of Bark G.W. Horton. M.M. Packard, Captain. Rockland, Maine. December 1863-April 1878. 93 pp. Ledger 8.25 x 13.5 inches. Blue lined pages, marbled board covers. Minor cover wear, pages intact. Legible ink.
1863
 

PARSONS, USHER. Sailor's Physician, Containing Medical Advice, for Seamen and Other Persons at Sea...Second Edition.
1824
 

PICKERING, JOHN. Lecture on Telegraphic Language; Delivered Before the Boston Marine Society...
1833
 

RACKLEFF, CAPT. JAME Capt. James Rackleff’s Portland, Maine, Shipping Accounts. 1822-1834. 280 numbered pages. Contemp. calf bound ledger 8.5 x 13.5 inches. (Includes small receipt from Portland Mutual Fire Insurance Office dated 1839). Spine separating, well worn, some water damage, foxing, few worm holes. Legible ink.
1822
 

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

RICKER, S. In memory of the loss of the Gloucester fishermen on George's Banks, in a terrible storm, on the night of 22d of March, 1864. Seventy-eight men were lost, leaving thirty-one widows, and fifty-eight fatherless children. [Caption, followed by six 8-line stanzas of verse].
1864
 

RUMSEY, JAMES. A Short Treatise on the Application of Steam, Whereby is Clearly Shewn, from Actual Experiments, that Steam May be Applied to Propel Boats or Vessells of any Burthen against Rapid Currents with Great Velocity...
1788
 

SEWARD, WILLIAM H. Address...at the Commencement of the Auburn and Owasco Canal, October 14, 1835: With the Proceedings of the Celebration.
1835
 

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

SKINNER, CHARLES WIL Correspondence/Order Book of the U.S. Ship Jamestown. 1844-1845. Tall folio. 100 pp. Contemp. sheep. Disbound, brittle paper and broken at inner margins, some may be missing. Ink, slight browning. Needs conservation. Includes several pages of orders 1809-1817.
1844
 

SMITH, THOMAS W. A Narrative of the Life, Travels and Suffering of Thomas W. Smith: Comprising...Adoption by the Gipsys, His Travels During Eighteen Voyages to Various Parts of the World, During Which He Was Five Times Shipwrecked.... Written by Himself.
1844
 

STEWARD, IRA. Poverty.
1873
 

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
 

STOWE, PHINEAS. Ocean Melodies, and Seamen's Companion. A Collection of Hymns and Music; for the Use of Bethels, Champlains of the Navy, and Private Devotion of Mariners.
1858
 

TERRY, EZEKIEL Edito Narrative of the Adventures and Sufferings of Samuel Patterson, Experienced in the Pacific Ocean, and Many Other Parts of the World, with an Account of the Feegee, and Sandwich Islands.
1817
 

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
 

THOMPSON, JOHN. The Life of John Thompson, a Fugitive Slave; Containing His History of 25 Years in Bondage, and His Providential Escape. Written by Himself.
1856
 

TUTHILL, MRS. L.C. I Will Be a Sailor. A Book for Boys.
1864
 

WAGNER, ABSALOM. Log Book of the Ship North Carolina. 1837-1839, Henry E. Ballard, Commodore. 78 pp. Folio, paper boards, hand-tied with sections loose, one or more initial sections missing. Browned, holographic ink, edges tattered.
1837
 

WAIT, BENJAMIN. Letters From Van Dieman's Land, Written During Four Years Imprisonment for Political Offences Committed in Upper Canada. . . .
1843
 

WARD, J.H. Steam for the Million. A Popular Treatise on Steam, and Its Application to the Useful Arts, Especially to Navigation...A New and Revised Edition.
1860
 

WARRINGTON, COMM. LE 2 pp. ALS to Bank in Norfolk, Virginia. Dec. 15, 1820. 1 sheet, written on both sides. 8vo. Ink. folds, very good.
1820
 

WILKES, JOHN. Four (4) pp. ALS, "Jack Wilkes" to "My Dear Billy" (William deKoven) Concerning Court Martial Cases. U.S. Circuit Court Room. Washington (D.C.). May 8, 1849. 8.5 x 14 inches, folded in half. Postmarked cover. Folds, bright ink.
1849
 

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
 

WOOD, WM. MAXWELL. A Shoulder to the Wheel of Progress: Being Essays, Lectures and Miscellanies Upon Themes of the Day.
1853
 

YOUNG, WILLIAM. Receipt for Payment for Salvage Services Rendered by William Young.March 1, 1810. Signed William Young. 5.5 x 7.25 inches. Torn edges, browned, previous folds. Bright ink.
1810
 

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