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Children's Natural History of Beasts.
1835
 

The Act of Incorporation, Constitution, and By-Laws, of the New-Hampshire Historical Society. With a List of Articles, on which the Society wish for Information; Books, Pamphlets, &c. Wanted by the Society.
1823
 

Two Day Books & Two Ledgers for Goods & Work, in Rochester, Stafford and Barrington, [New Hampshire],1822-37. Narrow folio, reversed sheep, one spine snagged at bottom, otherwise a fine crisp set, very extensive, ca. 800 pages in all.
1825
 

The Brown Republicans Started on Their Travels by His Honor the Mayor, from the Belfry of the City Hall. Manchester, N.H. Dec. 2, 1859. Folio lithograph cartoon, with pencilled bell.
1859
 

Bill of Prices for Concord, N.H. Monumental Cemetery and Building Work, 1890 [and] Bill of Prices for Millstone Point and Vicinity Effective from 1891 [and] 1890. Bill of Prices Barre, Vermont.
1890
 

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
 

New Hampshire Court Docket Book (Court of Common Pleas?). 1802-1809. Inside cover: “Continued Cases to January Term 1810”. 110 pp. Small pocket book 4x7. Contemp. stiff plain paper cover, ink. Slight water stain at bottom edge on early leaves. Very good.
1810
 

Gilford, Strafford County Court Docket, 1814-1819. Cases Numbered 1-610. 185 pp. Contemp. sheep, worn, some cut marks, hole, browning. A circular ring of water damage through several pages, without loss. Ink.
1814
 

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
 

Laws of Dartmouth College for the Use of Students.
1825
 

Notice of Warning Against Marriage by Pauper (James Arwen). Selectmen of Manchester, N.H. March 12, 1822. Signed: Amos Weston, Jr., John Proctor, Nathl. Moore. Half sheet 5.75 x 7.5 in. Folds, browned, small pin holes where posted. Ink, browned.
1822
 

Defense of Cyrus Barton Against the Attacks of the Hon. Issac Hill Upon the Establishment of the New Hampshire Patriot and State Gazette [drop-head title].
1840
 

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
 

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
 

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
 

Letter from a Farmer in the County of Rockingham to his Brother in the County of Merrimack, in New-Hampshire. [Caption title].
1832
 

Cobbler’s Ledger 1843-1846. 170 pp. General Store Ledger. Sunapee, May 14, 1863 - January 11, 1865. 47 pp. Together in one volume, 217 pp. Tall folio, contemp. sueded calf, marbled endpapers. Few wormholes, pages lightly browned. Legible ink.
1843
 

License to a manufacturer of LEATHER [caption title, printed within brackets]. Printed form, accomplished in manuscript, 6-5/8” x 7-7/8." Right edge very slightly frayed where detached, presumably from another copy of the form.
1816
 

Petition to Ecclesiastical Council to Form a Congregational Church in Marlboro. Signed by Eight Church Members. N.p., [Marlboro, New Hampshire], n.d., ca. 1778. 7.5 x 12 inches. 1 p. Folds, repaired at folds, browned. Bright ink.
1778
 

Account Book of David H. Whitehouse, Cobbler. (Name in pencil on flyleaf). 1836-1839. 6.75 x 13.5 inches. 68 pp. Contemp. marbled boards, leather spine.
1836
 

Saw Mill Employee Pay Records from Boscawen, New Hampshire, 1819-37. 42 pp. Sq. 8vo. Ink. Disbound.
1819
 

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
 

John Whittemore and Son General Store Accounts. 1820-26. Fitzwilliam, Cheshire, New Hampshire. Ledger 8 x 12.5 inches. 381 pp. Includes five loose scaps and receipts. Front alpha index. Contemp. calf covers, separated with extensive cover wear. Pages intact. Ink.
1820
 

MOORE, EDWARD B. Record Book of the Justice of the Peace of Rockingham County, N.H., 1837-1847. 60 pp. Sq. 8vo. notebook; contemp. calf backed marbled paper covers. Ink. Very good.
1837
 

ABBOT. SAMUEL & JONA The Proceedings and Documents Relative to Certain Members Separating From the Church in Wilton [N.H.].
1824
 

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
 

ALDEN, TIMOTHY. The Glory of America. A Century Sermon Delivered at the South Church, in Portsmouth...
1801
 

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
 

ANON. Views in the White Mountains.
1878
 

ANON. The Farmers' Receipt Book; and Pocket Farrier. A Choice Selection of the Most Approved Receipts...Stereotyped at the Concord Foundry.
1831
 

BALDWIN, LOAMMI. Sewall's Falls Locks and Canal. Col. Loammi Baldwin's Report: Embracing His Survey and Estimates of the Water Power and Manufacturing Privileges Owned by...on the East Side of Merrimack River, Concord, N.H....
1839
 

BATES, ADALINE M. Diary of Adaline M. Bates, Weaver. Cheshire County, New Hampshire. 1878. Pocket diary, 2.5 x 3.75 inches. 112 pp. Printed Diary. "Excelsior", red cloth cover. Brief pencil entries.
1878
 

BRADLEY, N.? Shoemaker and General Store Ledger, Hawke, New Hampshire (supplied title). No.1, May 1824-August 1830. 421 pp. Tall folio, contemp. calf. Alphabetical name index at front. Binding worn, pages browned. Legible ink.
1824
 

BURBANK, ABRAHAM 178 Businessman's Day Book, 1847-53. Folio. 300 pp., with two separate sections from 1852 & '53. Ink. Old boards, cover loose, browned, all very legible.
1847
 

CARLETON, EBENEZER. Accounts of a Lumber Dealer and Landlord. 1828-1842. Journal, 7 x16 inches. 352 pp. Inscribed “Ebenezer Carleton, Ledger D, January 1, 1836”. Few scrap receipts. Contemp. calf, leather label. Pages browned. Ink, legible.
1828
 

CARPENTER, EZRA. Church of Christ in Swanzey. Report of Council. Dismissal of Rev. Ezra Carpenter. March 15, 1769. Holograph, sheet 12 x 15 inches, folded in half, 2 pp. Folds, browned, small holes at folds. Edges worn. Ink bright.
1769
 

CHESTERFIELD, PHILIP Principles of Politeness, and of Knowing the World...to which is now first annexed a Father's Legacy to His Daughters: by the late Dr. Gregory...the whole admirably calculated for the Improvement of Youth...
1786
 

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
 

DANA, JAMES F. Report on a Disease Afflicting Neat Cattle, in Burton, N.H. Read Before the New Hampshire Medical Society...June, 1822.
1822
 

DANA, JAMES FREEMAN. An Epitome of Chymical Philosophy; Being an Extended Syllabus...Delivered at Dartmouth College; and Intended as a Text-Book for Students.
1825
 

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE. A Catalogue of the Books in the Library of Dartmouth College. Published by Order of the Trustees. November, 1825.
1825
 

DEWEY, SHERMAN. Account of a Hail Storm, Which Fell on Part of the Towns of Lebanon, Bozrrah and Franklin, on the 15th of July, 1799; Perhaps never equalled by any other ever known, not even in Egypt.
1799
 

FARMER, JOHN & JACOB A Gazetteer of the State of New Hampshire. Embellished with an Accurate Map of the State, and Several Other Engravings: by Abel Bowen.
1823
 

FOLSOM, THOMAS. Rockingham County Court Records, 1820-1827, of Thomas Folsom, Justice of the Peace. Notebook 6.5 x 8 inches. 37 pp. Contemp. calf backed marbled boards, very worn & loose. Includes School Notes (101 pp.) of A.T. and Dustin  Folsom “A.T. Folsom’s book 1846” D.A. Folsom’s Book 1861.” Ink & pencil. Disbound, worn.
1820
 

FOWLE, DANIEL. Land Purchase in Bretton Woods (promissory note). Portsmouth, Feb. 11, 1782. Signed by Daniel Fowle. One watermarked (PPM) sheet 6.75 x7.25 in, two sides, ink. Previous folds, two ink spots, small perimeter tears, no loss
1782
 

FREE WILL BAPTISTS. The Friend of Chastity: or an Inquiry into the Evils of Unchastity, and the Means of Its Removal. By a Friend of Virtue. Writtten at the Request of the F.W.B. General Conference.
1846
 

FURNALD, AMOS. Trial of Amos Furnald, for the Murder of Alfred Furnald, Before the Superior Court ...Reported by Richard Ela.
1825
 

GARDNER, JOHN. Ledgers and Day Books Detailing Shop Inventory and Sales from a Thriving Country Store in Exeter, N.H., 1813 - 1847, with gaps during 1820-22, 1824, and 1834-39. 14 volumes altogether, representing 26 years of business during a 35 year period in the first half of the 19th century. 12 volumes narrow folio (customers and sales); two volumes folio (inventory).
1813
 

GARDNER, JOHN. General Store Account Book, Exeter, New Hampshire, 1831-34. Narrow folio. 517 pp. Full contemp. sheep. Ink. A few loose leaves, but very good.
1831
 

GIDDINGS, JOSHUA R. Speech of the Hon.... of Ohio, Delivered in the House of Representatives, Concord, N.H., on the Evening of June 29, 1847. Proceedings of the N.H. Legislature, on the Subject of Slavery, at the June Session, 1847.
1847
 

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

HANSON, ISRAEL. Dover, N.H. Shoemaker and Farmer’s Accounts. 1802-1844. Samuel and Israel the 3rd Hanson’s Accounts 1845-1847. 52 pp. 7 x 11.5 inches, contemp. calf. Endpaper from a ship’s log of 1746. Pages cut out, few torn, well browned, foxed. Legible ink.
1802
 

HAYES, JAMES Y. Farm Accounts. Rochester, Strafford County, New Hampshire. 1829-1858. Notebook, board covers, calf spine. 6.5 x 8 inches, 76 pp. Cover wear, pages browned, legible ink.
1829
 

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
 

JENNESS, JOHN SCRIBN Deerfield, N.H. Four Merchant’s Day Books. (1) Thomas Jenness: August 8, 1804 - July 1805. Quarto folio. 350 pp. Lined paper, ink. Contemp. calf, worn, cut mark, browned, foxed. Bright and legible. (2) March 29 - October 8, 1819. Tall folio. 380 pp. Ink. Contemp. calf. Shaken, but legible. (3) Thomas Jenness: August 8, 1804 -July 1805. Quarto folio. 350 pp. Lined paper, ink. Contemp. calf, worn, cut mark, browned, foxed. Bright and legible. (4) Peter Jenness. 1823-1827. Folio. Contemp. calf. 325 pp. Pages torn out front and back, rest tight. Edges browned, cover wear.
1819
 

KENDRICK, ARIEL. Sketches of the Life and Times of Eld. Ariel Kendrick, Being a Short Account of His Birth, Conversion, Call to the Ministry, and His Labors as a Gospel Minister, with other incidents occurring under his notice. Written by Himself.
1847
 

KINNEAR, E.C. Accounts of E.C. Kinnear, Shoe Manufacturer. 1865-66. Dover, New Hampshire. Tall folio, 8.5 x 13.75 inches, 106 pp. Lined, numbered pages, marbled board covers. Some cover wear. Legible ink.
1865
 

LANE, L.M. Reported Monitor Extra. Tuesday, Aug. 11th, 1863, 2 o'clock P.M. List of Drafted Men in Exeter, N.H. [Caption title]. 8vo. broadside
1863
 

LEACH, ROBERT S. Camping Trips and Vacations. Travel Diary of of Robert S. Leach. 1930-1936. Bound notebook 7.5 x 9.75 inches, 157 pp. Some ephemera pasted in. Ink, legible hand.
1930
 

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

MONROE, GEO. W. "My Old New Hampshire Home." Ca. 1898. “Geo W. Monroe,” “4690” pencilled at top. One page 8" x11". Lyrics, ink. Previous folds, multiple tears, repairs, large hole with lyric re-written at a later date. Stained.
1898
 

MOORE, JACOB BAILEY. Sketch by Folk Artist Jacob Bailey Moore. Pencil. Circa late 1850s. Blue paper, 3 x 6.25 inches. Includes small envelope 3 x 4.5 inches, with notation. Previous folds. Light browning at folds.
1850
 

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
 

NEW HAMPSHIRE ANTI-S First Annual Report...Presented at a Meeting of the Society...June 4, 1835.
1835
 

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

NEW HAMPSHIRE UNION Manuscript Stock Journal of the New Hampshire Union Bank of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 1799-1844. With extremely large and handsome bookseller's ticket of Samuel Larkin's Portsmouth Book-store on front paste-down (Larkin was a stockholder). Written in ink, in a variety of hands, with autographs, often multiple, of all stockholders, including many of leading citizens of New Hampshire.
1799
 

OAKES, WILLIAM. Views of the Profile Mountain and the Profile Rock, or the "Old Man of the Mountain," at Franconia, New Hampshire, on Two Plates, with Descriptive Letter Press.
1847
 

PARKER, JOEL. A Charge to the Grand Jury, Upon the Importance of Maintaining the Supremacy of the Laws; with a Brief Sketch of theCharacter of William M. Richardson, Late Chief Justice of the Superior Court of New-Hampshire.
1838
 

PERLEY, IRA. Trial by Jury. A Charge to the Grand Jury.
1867
 

PETTEE Family. (1) Mary Pettee--Her Book, 1780. 85 pp. 4” x 7," paper covers, handsewn. Cover tattered, edges slightly frayed, ink, bright. (2) L & R Pettee. 1837 - 1838. 179 pp. 8.5” x 14." Marbled board covers, calf tips & spine. Cover worn, spine slightly separating, pages browned. Slight foxing, worm holes on spine, ink slight fading, legible.
1780
 

RICHARDSON, WILLIAM The New-Hampshire Justice of the Peace.
1824
 

ROGERS, ARTEMAS & HE Trial of Daniel Davis Farmer, for the Murder of the Widow Anna Ayer, at Goffstown, on the 4th of April, 1821.
1821
 

ROTCH, WILLIAM B. Rambles About Amherst: Embracing an Historical and Descriptive Sketch of the Town...
1890
 

RUSSELL, AMZI. Correspondence to Amzi Russell, Saw Mill Owner, in Albany, New Hampshire. Three (3) handwritten letters. (1) Jacob Dearbin, Parsonfield, (Maine) September 1, 1849. (2) Nelson Merrill, Gorham (Maine) February 16, 1850. (3) Thomas Russell (probably Albany, New Hampshire). April 17, 1851. 7.25 x 8 to 7.25 x 9.75 inches. 4 pp. Folded, integral addresses. No covers. Pages browned. Legible ink.
1849
 

RUSSELL, THOMAS. Thomas Russell's Accounts; Farm, Logging, Milling, Shoe Mending. 1817 to 1841. Four (4) paper covered notebooks. 4 x 6 to 6 x 8 inches. 182 pp. No cover on first notebook. Pages tattered at edges, browned, some water staining. Ink faded.
1817
 

SMITH, NATHAN R. "Lectures Delivered at the University of Maryland by Nathan R. Smith, M.D., Professor of Surgery. 1831-2." Manuscript Notebook, Carefully Written, Presumably by a Student of Smith. 6.5 x 7.75 inches. 152 pp. Contemp. boards, top cover separated. Pages browned, brittle. Legible ink.
1831
 

SMITH, WILLIAM. Some Remarks on the "Toleration Act" of 1819. Addressed to the Hon. John Taylor Gilman. By a Friend to the "Public Worship of the Deity."
1823
 

STANWOOD, EBENEZER. Wig Seller's Account Book, Newmarket, New Hampshire, 1765 - 1797. Narrow folio. 459 pp. Old vellum, very worn.
1765
 

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

VESEY, SIMON & HENRY Farmers of Northwood, Rockingham County, Account Book. November 7, 1839 - May 22, 1874. 163 pp. Narrow folio ledger. Ink. Contemp. calf backed marbled boards, binding becoming loose. Somewhat browned.
1839
 

WEBSTER, KIMBALL DAV Physician and Dentist's Account Book, 1841-1856. 160 pp. 13 loose receipts 1843-1853. Tall lined folio with contemp. marbled boards and calf spine. Ink & pencil with alphabetical index. Binding slightly loose. Very legible.
1841
 

WOOD, GEORGE W. Beer Bottling Accounts. Later entries continued by relative. Philadelphia, April 1, 1843 to November 6, 1896. Includes two page 4.75" x 7.75"letter to "Unkle Theodore", July 27, 1875 (?). Notebook 7" x 8", 155 pp. Contemp. calf backed marbled boards, rubbed. Ink & pencil.
1843
 

WOODBURY, LEVI. An Oration, Deliverd at Hanover, N.H....Before the Handel, Middlesex, Handelian and Central Music Societies.
1812
 

WOODS, ANDREW S. Andrew S. Woods, Chief Justice of the Superior Court. Cover title: “Cash Book no. 1 January 9, 1837 Ending October 30, 1839". Notebook 7 x 8 inches. 160 pp. Contemp. boards, calf spine. Spine slightly splitting, small hole. Browning. Pages intact, ink legible.
1837
 

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