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Centennial Visitors' Hotel and Boarding-House Guide. A Compendium of Valuable Information.
1876
 

A Statement of the Measures Contemplated Against Samuel Bryan, Esquire, Register-General of...Pennsylvania, Unparalleled in the United States...and What Forms a High Aggravation of the Arbitrary and Vindicative Measures...Against Mr. Bryan, is that the Evident Motive for Them, was His Spirited Prosecution of Thomas Johnston, Esquire, Later Register-General...
1800
 

Report of the Case of the Commonwealth [of Pennsylvania] vs. John Kehoe et al, Members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, Commonly Known as "Molly Maguires." Indicted...for an Aggravated Assault and Battery with Intent to Kill Wm. M. Thomas. With the Testimony and Arguments of Counsel in Full, Stenographically Reported by R.A. West.
1876
 

Catechismus, oder Anfaenglicher Christlicher Glaubenslehre; Allen Christlichen Glaubens-Schulern Jung Oder Alt, Nothig und Nutzlich Sich Darin Zu Uben...
1763
 

"The Rich Men of Philadelphia," Income Tax of the Residents of Philadelphia. Income of 1865 and 1866...
1867
 

Der Kleine biblische Catechismus, zum Gebrauch...der Kinder in den Gemeinden der Evangelischen Gemeinschaft. Dritte Auflage.
1818
 

Katechismus oder Kurze und einfaltige Unterweisung aus der Heil. Schrift, in Fragen und Antworten...
1848
 

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
 

Katechismus, oder Kurze und einsaltige Unterweisung aus der Heiligen Schrift, in Frage und Antwort, sur die Kinder zum Gebrauch in den Schulen....[Catechism, or Brief and simple instruction from the Holy Scriptures, in question and answer, for the children intended for the use in schools Brought forth by the Christian congregation in Waldeck, called the Mennonites].
1844
 

Audenken an den Tag der Ausuahme in die Kirche. Feyerlichst ubergeben...[Keepsake on the day of the reception into the Church].
1851
 

Calender sur den Stadt--und Landmann. 1838.
1837
 

Report of the Commissioners Appointed by the General Assembly of this Colony, To Treat with the Proprietaries of Pennsylvania, Respecting the boundaries of This Colony and that Province.
1774
 

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

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
 

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
 

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
 

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
 

Fairview Township Supervisor's Ledger, York, County, Pennsylvania, 1804-47. Sm. folio. 162 pp. Contemp. calf backed boards.
1804
 

A Collection of memorials Concerning Divers deceased ministers and others of the People called Quakers, in Pennsylvania, New-Jersey, and Parts adjacent, from nearly the first Settlement thereof to the Year 1787....
1787
 

Kingston Paper Mill Ledger, 1815, Kingston County, Pennsylvania. Narrow folio. 334 pp. Contemp. sheep, worn, becoming disbound.
1815
 

Record of Quarterly Conferences of the Warrior's Mark Methodist Circuit, Warrior's Mark, Pennsylvania, 1856-62. 39 pp. Folio. Contemp. calf backed boards. In. Some browning.
1856
 

Lycoming County Courthouse Appearance Docket, Williamsburg, Pennsylvania, 1857-63. Thick folio. 343 pp. Contemp. muslin covered boards, leather corners. Repairs to a few leaves.
1857
 

Minutes of the Philadelphia Council’s Committee on Police. 1844-1852. Small leather bound pocket book 5.75 x 4. Approximately 55 pp. Hand written in ink, browned, few loose pages. Some newspaper clippings.
1844
 

Wealth and Biography of the Wealthy Citizens of Philadelphia. Containing an Alphabetical Arrangement of Persons Estimated to be Worth $50,000 and Upwards...By a Member of the Philadelphia Bar.
1845
 

Legal Documents of Early Oil Companies in Venango County, Pennsylvania. 1865-1879. 12 contemporary copies of legal documents, ink on legal sized paper. 8vo. & 4to. 28pp. Folds, a few tears, overall good.
1865
 

Four Province Island Deeds. 1) Deed to John Selles from State of Pennsylvania. 13th September 1781. Signed with three official seals, Joseph Reed, President of the Supreme Executive Council. Attest T. Matlack. Vellum document 18 x 35in. folded. 1 p. Verso, “Deed Poll” etc. recorded 5 Nov 1781, John Morris signature. Calligraphic script ink. Soil and browning, few pinholes, overall very good. 2) Deed to Matthew Irvin, Merchant 20 June 1781. Joseph Reed & T. Matlock, John Morris, Matthew Irvin, Hetty Irvin, John Sproat, John Miller, Benjamin Griffin (?). signatures 5 seals (3 red wax). Vellum 14" x 24", folded. Calligraphic ink. Yellowing, good. 3) Deed to George Henry for lots 26, 29, 30. 21 Sept 1781. Vellum document 13" x 26." Calligraphic ink, signatures of Joseph Reed, T. Matlock, George Henry, Ann Henry, William Rush, John Morris. Three official seals & 2 red wax seals. Good. 4) Patent to John Wilcocks, 5 Apr 1783. Vellum document 14" x 28." Folds, some water damage at fold, otherwise good. John Dickenson, John Armstrong, John Morris, signatures. Two official seals. Rec. Sept 1783.
1781
 

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
 

The Constitution of the Pennsylvania Society, for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes, Unlawfully Held in Bondage...
1788
 

Two (2) Photographs of Catawissa Meeting House, Columbia County. 2.5" x 4” postcard photo, 4.5" x 8” sepia toned albumen print mounted on board; verso “No. 590, photo by Gilbert Cope, West Chester, PA (copy of picture of 1887)”. Browned, slight fading. Deed for land in Catawissa, Northumberland County, from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (engraved seal) to Bernard Hunsinger & Philip Riffert. Feb. 8, 1820, of an Oct. 17, 1788 original signed by David Redick. This document signed by Jacob Spangler in 1820 as a true copy of the original. 7.75” x 13”. Previous folds, browning, and slight foxing, edges worn.
1820
 

Brief of Title to the Mantua Farm, Situate in Blockley Township, in the County of Philadelphia: Containing 227 Acres, 77 Perches. Late belonging to the on. Richard Peters...
1849
 

The Full Particulars of the Late Riots, With a View of the burning of the Catholic Churches, St. Michaels & St. Augustines.
1844
 

Speech...in Favor of the Bill to Establish a School of Arts in the City of Philadelphia, and to Endow the Colleges and Academies of Pennsylvania...Reported in Short Hand by M.T.C. Gould.
1838
 

Physician's Travel Diary to Europe; early 1830s. Ink. Notebook, 4.75 x 7.5 in. 60 pp. Mostly disbound, missing front cover. Legible hand.
1830
 

An Act to Incorporate the Bank of Penn Township, in the County of Philadelphia, and an Act to Recharter Certain Banks, Together with Several Acts of Assembly Relating to Banks; and the By-Laws of the Bank of Penn Township.
1828
 

Catalogue of the Members, and Library, of the Philo Literary Society of Jefferson College, Canonsburgh, Pa. From Its Formation, August 23, 1797, to July 4, 1840,
1840
 

Hopewell School Book, 1836-1900.  With Holograph Map of School Districts (7.5 x 12 in).  Includes signatures of officials. Contemp. sheep, covers detached. 8 x 10.5 in. 289 pp. First six pages missing. Signatures intact. legible ink.
1836
 

Manuscript Document on Vellum, Docketed: “Deed [of] George Vaux & Wife to Jacob Zell,” Transferring a “certain Brick Messuage or Tenement and Lot or piece of ground situate on the East side of John St. in the District of Spring Garden” of Philadelphia. Dated January 22nd, 1820. 13” x 27," scalloped top with wax seal, signed by George Vaux (twice) and his wife Eliza, as well as by witnesses and public officials. On the verso is a second manuscript document, a quit claim (for $1) to the same property made by P.S. Physick, dated January 24th, 1820, with signature of Physick and others. Folded, a few stains occasionally blurring the ink, but in a very good state of preservation.
1820
 

Receipt for Books from Jas. Rivington & Co., Purchased by Rev. Mr. Wrangle. Philadelphia. 1766. Half sheet 6 x 8 inches. Ink.
1766
 

3-1/2 Page ALS to Elias Hicks, signed by Ten Friends. [Evidently a contemporary copy.] [Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]. December 19, 1822. Sheets 8 x 10 inches. Sepia ink, taped repairs, small hole, no loss.
1822
 

WAYNE, PIKE AND MUNROE COUNTIES. Explanatory Divisional List of Counties and Townships in that Part of Pennsylvania, formerly known as Northampton County.... Also, a list of Townships set off prior to 1843. Also, names of the original Warrantees and Patentees. Index to the townships....[Caption and beginning of text].
1844
 

Sketch of a Railway Judiciously Constructed Between Desirable Points [in Pennsylvania]. Exemplified by a Map and an Appendix of Facts....
1841
 

Report of the D'Hauteville Case: The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania...Habeas Corpus for the Custody of an Infant Child.
1840
 

A Tale of Five Mariners Bold or The Log Book of the Hattie B. by "Bertie Dumbkins" [probably Heberton Lee Williams]. Includes seven cabinet cards; George B. Taylor, Walter E. Terry, John E. Latta (2), Harrison W. Latta, and Theodore A. Mehl (2). Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. July, 1894. Pocket book 3.5 x 6 inches. 70 pp. Leather cover, lined cases. Legible ink. Cover wear and slight spine damage.
1894
 

The Trial of Alexander Addison, Esq. President of the Courts of Common Pleas, in the Circuit Consisting of the Counties of Westmoreland, Fayette, Washington and Allegheny, on an Impeachment by the House of Representatives, Before the Senate of...Pennsylvania. Taken in Short-Hand by Thomas Lloyd. Second Edition, with Additions.
1803
 

Walter Franklin, Personal & State Attorney General's Ledger. 1797-1816. Ledger 8 x 12 inches, 138 pp. Top cover missing, pages 1-35 missing. Pages browned, foxed, some edge chipping. Fine hand, legible ink.
1797
 

James Tuthill's Will. Docketed: "Copy of James Tuthill's Will dated 9 Feby 1727". Sheet 13 x 16 inches, folded in half, 2 pp. Small rectangular cut out of back (likely blank) section of paper. Browned, folds, bright ink.
1727
 

An Act Authorizing the Governor to Incorporate the Susquehanna and Delaware Canal and Rail Road Company.
1835
 

Iron Mine Ledger. Jackson Forge Mining Company. June 1853 to December 1856. 7 x 16 inches. 451 pp. Contemp. suede calf binding. "Day Book" label on spine. Cover wear, pages intact. Neatly written in a fine hand, in ink.
1853
 

Milton M. Kline. Hat Merchant Accounts. 1870-1879. Allentown, Lehigh County Pennsylvania. Ledger 8.5 x 13 inches. 326 pp. Contemp. seude calf, leather label. Ink. Alpha index. Some browning, intact and legible.
1870
 

Strasburg General Store Ledger. 1806-07. Ledger 8 x 13 inches, 48 pp. of 166 page ledger over pasted with news clippings. Browned, well worn, pages loose, a few torn.
1806
 

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
 

Military Order Concerning Court Martials Addressed to Lt. W.S. Dowell in Field Court Martial Rooms, Camp Parole Near Annapolis, Maryland. By order of the Court, J.H. Condon, Clk. August 2, 1865. With cover. Verso of envelope: "Communication for mr Lt Rollins in regard to clerk". Lined sheet 7.75 x 9 inches, 1 p. Folds, bright ink.
1865
 

Adam Hess' Book. Poor Tax 1869. Harris Township, Centre County, Pennsylvania. 64 pp., 4 x 6 inches, Calf covers with hand written title. Browning, slight water damage to some pages. Ink and pencil.
1869
 

Physician's Day Books. 4 volumes. 1841-1850 (no 1848), 1860-1863, 1863-1867, 1867-1875. Milford, Pike County, Pennsylvania. 6.5 x 16 in., 650 pp. total. Marbled board covers. Spines separated or separating. Legible ink.
1841
 

Peters Saw Mill, Store and Farm Accounts. Bushkill, Pike County, Pennsylvania. 1858-1867. Tall folio. 129 pp. Marbled boards. Pages brittle but intact. Ink and pencil. Browned, cover wear.
1858
 

"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
 

STEINER aka STONER, Two (2) Day Books of Hardware, Grain, and Sawmills. Vol. 1: 1799-1853. Part in German. 188 pp. 8” x 13." Orig. board covers, calf spine. Alpa index. Cover worn, pages browned & spotted, loose, pages torn out in rear of book with no apparent loss. Ink faded. Vol. 2: “Samuel Steiner’s Book February 27th, 1840." 1803-1844. Part In German. 8” x 13," 322 pp. Alpha index. Orig. calf cover and spine, hand sewn. Cover worn, spine separating, some signatures loose. Foxed, some ink fading.
1799
 

ADDISON, ALEXANDER. Reports of Cases in the County Courts of the fifth Circuit, and in the High Court of Errors & Appeals, of the State of Pennsylvania. And Charges to Grand Juries of Those County Courts.
1800
 

AGNEW, JOHN. Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, Court Account Book, 1775-1788. 16mo.118 pp. Hand sewn calf covers, well worn. Pages intact and ink legible.
1775
 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHIC Catalogue of the Library of the American Philosophical Society, Held at Philadelphia for Promoting Useful Knowledge.
1824
 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHIC Laws and Regulations of the American Philosophical Society, Held at Philadelphia, for Promoting Useful Knowledge. Revised, and Finally Adopted, June 21, 1833.
1833
 

AMWEG, WILLIAM S. Pennsylvania War Pension Correspondence & Circular. Four Letters, 4to., 1847-9, printed circular. Adjutant General’s Office, Washington, DC, March 17, 1849. 6 pp. Letters removed from book of correspondence. Blue paper, ink fading, slight browning.
1849
 

ANON. A Statistical Inquiry into the Condition of the People of Colour, of the City and Districts of Philadelphia.
1849
 

ANON. Der lange verborgene Schatz und Haus-Freund, oder Getreuer und Christlicher Untericht fuer Federmann....Herausgegeben von J.H....s.
1837
 

ANON. The Truth Unveiled; or, a Calm and Impartial Exposition of the Origin and Immediate Cause of the Terrible Riots in Philadelphia, on May 6, 7, 8, 1844. By a Protestant and Native Philadelphian.
1844
 

ANON. Three Page Large 4to Holograph Letter, Docketed on verso of second leaf, Regarding Sermons of Minister Elias Hicks. Sans Souci December 23, 1826. To Hannah M. Gibbons, Palmyra, New York. First & second pages cross written, in a small hand. Franked & red stamped Philadelphia postmark. Small hole at redwax seal. Splitting at folds, browned ink, some bleedthrough.
1826
 

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
 

ARNDT, JOHANN. Des hocherleuchteten lehrers ....sechs bucher vom wahren Christenthum...
1834
 

BAILEY, FREDERICK. Milford and Owego Turnpike Road Company. Sept. 1824- Jan 1840. (Treasurer’s Book of F. Bailey). 186 pp. Folio. Conemp. calf backed marbled boards. Front cover becoming loose, spine worn, slight browning. Ink. Overall very good, in a neat hand.
1824
 

BANGS, MERWIN & CO. Catalogue of a Collection of American Silver and Copper Coins and Medals, Colonial, Pattern and Washington Pieces, Also, English and Foreign Copper Coins and Medals, Some Fine Numismatic Works, a Small Mahogany Coin Cabinet with Twenty Drawers, and a Quantity of Paper Money. To be sold at Auction, in New York ... Thursday 29th June, 1865, at 5 o'clock P.M. Orders will be executed by W.E. Woodward ... Roxbury, Mass. W. H. Strobridge ... 101 William St., N.Y. Edward Cogan ... 48 North 10th St., Phila. and the Auctioneers. EDWARD COGAN, No. 48 North Tenth Street, Philadelphia, Dealer in Coins and Medals of every description, Engravings, Books, Postage Stamps, &c. [wrapper title].
1865
 

BANKS, M.D., LUCIAN. Physician's Account Book. Juniata County, Pennsylvania. 1887-1892. 8 x 12.5 inches. 69 pp. Old boards, lined pages with alpha index. Ink. Spine separating.
1887
 

BARTON, WILLIAM P.C. Compendium Florae Philadelphicae: Containing a Description of the Indigenous and Naturalized Plants Found Within a Circuit of Ten Miles Around Philadelphia.
1818
 

BEALE, JOHN. Weaver's Account Book, Narrow Folio, in Ink, York, Pennsylvania, 1799-1836.
1799
 

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
 

BESORE & SPECK. Civil War Period Correspondence to Besore & Speck, Pennsylvania Flour Merchants. 15 quarto letters.1861-1864. Some original, some carbons, ink, legible.
1861
 

BRAGHT, THIELMAN J.V Der Blutige Schau-Platz oder Martyrer-Spiegel der Tauffs Gesi nten oder Wehrlosen-Christen...
1748
 

BRAGHT, THIELMAN J.V Der Blutige Schau-Platz oder Martyrer-Spiegel der Tauffs Gesi nten oder Wehrlosen-Christen...
1814
 

BRANAGAN, THOMAS. Avenia, or a Tragical Poem, on the Oppression of the Human Species; and Infringement of the Rights of Man...a new edition--to which is added the Constitution of...Pennsylvania.
1810
 

BROBST, S.K. Christtags--Liturgie uber Kindergottesdienst--Ordnung, in zwei Andachten, sur das liebe Weihuachtsfest.
1840
 

BROWN, DAVID PAUL. The Forum; or Forty Years Full Practice at the Philadelphia Bar. Vol. I-[II].
1856
 

BROWN, JOHN A. & GEO Evening Schools and District Libraries: an Appeal to Philadelphians, in Behalf of Improved Means of Education and Self-Culture, for Apprentices and Young Workmen.
1850
 

BRUCE, DAVID. Poems Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect, Originally Written Under the Signture of the Scots-Irishman, by a Native of Scotland. With Notes and Illustrations.
1801
 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM. Receipt and Record Book of the County of Butler, Pennsylvania, kept by William Campbell, Sheriff and Treasurer. 1810-1843. Tall folio. 500 pp. Contemp. calf backed boards, very worn. Ink, legible, tabbed index at front. Separate index in back relating to cases; genealogical notes by William Campbell on last page of book. Loose receipts, plus some loose pages.
1810
 

CAREY, MATHEW, et al Railways [Caption title].
1825
 

CAREY, MATHEW. One Page ALS (pp. 2-3 blank), addressed on p. 4, to Nicholas Biddle, in Harrisburg, Pa., Concerning Election in 1820. 4to. Ink. Postmarked. Philadelphia, January 6, 1817.
1817
 

CATTO, Rev. WILLIAM A Semi-Centenary Discourse, Delivered in the First African-Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, on the Fourth Sabbath of May, 1857: with a History pf tje Church from Its First Organization: Including a Brief Notice of Rev. John Gloucester, Its Ffirst Pastor. Also, an Appendix, Containing sketches of all the Colored Churches in Philadelphia.
1857
 

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
 

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
 

CREAMER, MARY C. Travel Diary. Philadelphia, Pa., 1893-97. Printed Pocket Diary from L. Dannenbaum's Son & Co., 3 x 4.5 inches. 67 pp. Leather cover with metal tips. Pencil. Spine worn, text loose.
1893
 

DARLINGTON, WILLIAM. A Dissertation on the Mutual Influence of Habits and Disease. Submitted as an Inaugural Thesis...on the Fifth Day of June, 1804
1804
 

EICHELBERGER, JACOB. Pennsylvania-German Farmer's Account Book, 1803-24. Oblong 12mo. 88 pp. Contemp. calf backed wall-paper covered boards.
1803
 

EMLEN, JAMES. An Account of the Last Illness and Death of Mary Newbold Written by Her Brother James, in a Letter to his Sister Ann. Front page, “Jane Peirce”, Philadelphia, 1823. Also “Phebe Haines”. 8 pp.  8 x 13 inches, folded in half, hand sewn. No cover.  Bound with “Copy of a Testimony of William Williams who Departed this Life about the first of 9th mo. 1824, delivered about a week before his death." 3 pp. Browned, waterstaining, tear, some edges frayed, ink slightly faded. Fine hand.
1820
 

FENNING, DANIEL. Der Geschwinde Rechner oder: des Handlers nutzlichr Gehulfe; in Kauffung und Verkauffung...
1774
 

FENNING, DANIEL. Der Geschwinde Rechner oder: des Handlers nutzlichr Gehulfe; in Kauffung und Verkauffung...
1774
 

FREEDLEY, EDWIN T. Philadelphia and its Manufactures: a Hand-Book Exhibiting the Development, Variety, and Statistics of the Manufacturing Industry of Philadelphia in 1857. Together with Sketches of Remarkable Manufactories; and a List of Articles Now Made in Philadelphia.
1858
 

FREEDLEY, EDWIN T. Philadelphia and its Manufactures: a Hand-Book Exhibiting the Development, Variety, and Statistics of the Manufacturing Industry of Philadelphia in 1857. Together with Sketches of Remarkable Manufactories; and a List of Articles Now Made in Philadelphia in 1857...
1858
 

GERHART, ISAAC & JOH Choral Harmonie. Enthaltend Kirchen Melodien...
1818
 

GILLINGHAM, MITCHELL Catalogue of Fresh Spring Dry Goods, and Superfine Cloths, to be Sold at Auction...at their Warehouse, No. 22 North Second Street...January 26th, 1830...[Caption title].
1830
 

GIRARD, STEPHEN. Merchant's Shipping Ledger. January 2 - December 31, 1795. Folio. 326 pp. Ink, with ink script on cover “Blotter no. 9 commenced 2nd January 1795 ending 31 December 1795”. Contemp. plain paper wraps. Very good.
1795
 

GOHRING, WILHELM HEN Verkundiger der Letzten Zeit; Licht und Wharheit. Geschrieben durch einen blinden Knecht und tauben Boten des Herrn.
1836
 

GOSSNER, J.E. The Heart of Man: Either a Temple of God, or a Habitation of Satan. Represented in Ten Emblematical Figures. Calculated to awaken and promote a Christian Disposition. Translated from the Fourth German Edition.
1829
 

GOSSNER, J.E. The Heart of Man: Either a Temple of God, or a Habitation of Satan. Represented in Ten Emblematical Figures. Calculated to awaken and promote a Christian Disposition.
1829
 

GOULD, M.T.C. Stenog Report of the Trial of Friends, in the City of Philadelphia, June 1828...the Case of Edmund Shotwell, Joseph Lukens, Charles Middleton...Who had been by the Mayor of the City, committed to prison, whence they were brought up by Habeas Corpus, June 16th, 1828.
1828
 

GRAYDON, ALEXANDER. Memoirs of a Life, Chiefly Passed in Pennsylvania within the Last Sixty Years; with Occasional Remarks Upon the General Occurrences, Character and Spirit of That Eventful Period.
1811
 

GUTHING, GEORG A. Lobgesange zu Ehren dem Heiligen und Gerechten in Israel...
1808
 

HABERMAN, DR. JOHN. The Christian's Companion: Containing Morning and Evening Prayers, For Every Day in the Week; Together with Other Devotions. To which is added Dr. Neuman's Prayer of Prrayers; and a Collection of Morning and Evening Humns. Translated from the German.
1846
 

HAMLIN, M.D., PHILO. Five (5) Account Books of Philo Hamlin, M.D. 1828-1874. Mifflintown, Juniata, Pennsylvania. 1258 pp. total. Written in ink. Each approx. 6.5" x 15.5". (1) 1828-40; with alpha index, plus eight scraps/receipts. (2) Ledger A: 1829-41, plus small notebook, 4" x 6", 20 pp. (3) Ledger B, 1836-74; with alpha index. (4) Ledger 1839-46. (5) Ledger 1846-72. 5 scraps/receipts. Each ledger in contemp. marbled boards, rubbed but sound.
1828
 

HARRIS, ISAAC. Compi Harris' Pittsburgh Business Directory, for the Year 1837: Including the Names of All the Merchants, Manufacturers, Mechanics, Professional, & Men of Business of Pittsburgh and Its Vicinity.
1837
 

HARRY, SAMUEL HAYES. "An Essay on Compound Dislocation of the Ancle[!] for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine in the University of Pennsylvania." Chester County, Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, January 1832. [Probably not the final copy since it has two alternates for page seventeen and shows some corrections.] Mss., tied with ribbons at left edge; previous hand sewing removed. 8 x 10 inches. 20 pp. Previous tears repaired with archival tape. Browned, spots, very good.
1832
 

HARTLEY, THOMAS. A Discourse on Mistakes concerning Religion, Enthusiasm, Experiences, &c.
1759
 

HAWLEY, JOSEPH & Fam Chester County Quaker Shoemaker Account Books (4), for the Family of Joseph Hawley. Including Account Books for Joseph Hawley (2 vols.), 1788-1806. 438 pp. Tall folio, contemp. marbled boards, calf spine & tips. Front indexed, ink, well worn and browned. [and] Upper Uwchlan Horse Company Journal. (Simon & Benjamin Hawley),1817-1859. 175 pp. Tall folio, ink, loose receipts, contemp. boards, some loose pages. [and] Account Book and Arithmetic Book (Joel Hawley), 1829-1846. 125 pp. Contemp. stiff paper covers, edge wear, ink, worn, scribbled, legible.
1788
 

HEINEN, HENRY. Gesundheits-Schatzkammer; oder kurze, deutliche und richtige Anweisung zur Erhaltung der Gesundheit...
1831
 

HERSHEY, JOHANNES. Beer Maker & Seller's Account Books. 1793-1848. Two Volumes. Folio. 220; 85 pp. Ink. Contemp. calf backed wall-paper covered boards & calf backed marbled boards. In German, index tabs in front, one index page “e” cut out. Entries drawn through with “x” as completed.
1793
 

HERTZ, GEORGE & Fami Medical and Farm Notebook. Alsace Township, Berks County, 1838-1845. 16mo. 16 pp. Cover scribbled contemporaneously, browning & spotting. Ink.
1838
 

HESS, SAMUEL. Kutzgefasster Unterricht der Christlichen Religion, in Fragen und Antworten zum Gebrauch der Jugend.
1835
 

HILL, WILLIAM H. Kulpsville, Pa. Tailor’s Account Book & Ward’s Protracter System of Garment Cutting. Sept. 18, 1843 - Feb. 1, 1849. Notebook. Sq. 8vo. Contemp. marbled boards, calf spine. Edge wear & browning, cover loose, ink. Very legible. [And] Ward’s Protracter System of Garment Cutting by S.A. & A.F. Ward. Philadelphia, 1840. Printed protractor on 8.5" x 13” paper. Small edge tears, folds. Bright. Receipt--Philadelphia Nov. 3, 1852, for purchase of one copy of same. 2.5" x 7.5" blue paper, engraved & holograph.
1843
 

HOFFMAN, BENNEVILLE Snarl of a Cynic: a Rhyme.
1868
 

HOHMAN, JOHANN GEORG Der Lang Verborgene Freund...
1846
 

HOHMAN, JOHANN GEORG Der Lang Verborgene Freund...
1843
 

HOHMAN, JOHANN GEORG Der Lang Verborgene Freund...
1840
 

HOHMAN, JOHANN GEORG Der Lang Verborgene Freund...
1846
 

HOHMAN, JOHN GEORGE. The Long Lost Friend. A Collection of Mysterious & Invaluable Arts & Remedies...
1856
 

HOHMAN, JOHN GEORGE. The Long Lost Friend. Or Faithful & Christian Instructions Containing Wondrous and Well-Tried Arts and Remedies, for Man as well as Animals, with Many Proofs of Their Virtue and Efficacy in Healing Diseases, &c....
1850
 

HOMAN i.e. HOHMAN, J Die Land-und Haus-Apotheke, oder getreuer und grundlicher Unterricht fur den Bauer und Stadtmann, enthaltend die allerbesten Mittel, sowohl fur die Menschen als fur das Vieh besonders fur die Pferde. Nebst einem grossen Anhang von der Aechten Farberey...
1818
 

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
 

JOHNSON, WALTER R. Observations on the Improvement of Seminaries of Learning in the United States: with Suggestions for Its Acomplishment.
1825
 

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
 

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
 

KAUFMANN, LEVI 1833- Banker's Letterbook,1866-68. Large 4to. 300 pp. Onion skin holographic retained letters book. A few copies of letters received. Contemp. boards, red calf spine. Some bleed through, browning, but legible.
1866
 

KAUFMANN, PETER, et Constitution of the Society of the "United Germans" at Teutonia. [Caption title, with parallel column title in German.]
1827
 

KAUFMANN, PETER. Betrachtung Uber der Menschen.
1825
 

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
 

KREMSER, CHARLES FRE Cooper's Journal, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 1837-69. Sm. folio. 137 pp. Contemp. calf backed marbled boards, hinges worn. Ink.
1837
 

KRISE, JONATHAN. Western Pennsylvania Farmer's Ledger Book, 1835-78. 4to. 105 pp. Ink. Contemp. calf backed boards, worn, loose.
1835
 

KURTZ, DANIEL & W.B. Daniel and W.B. Kurtz Mechanical Engineer's Account Book. 1876-1925. Buffalo, New York. Old calf bound ledger 9 x 11 inches. 130 pp. Ink and pencil, partial alpha index. Cover well worn.
1876
 

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
 

LEVIS, WILLIAM & SAM Papermaker's Receipt Book, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, 1791-96, 1841-49. Oblong 16mo. 200 pp. Contemp. calf, back cover detached. Ink. Clean & legible.
1791
 

LOGAN, JAMES. Washington County, Pennsylvania, Wolf Bounty Receipt, signed by Jas. Logan. July 17, 1789. Narrow oblong 12mo. 7 lines, ink. Old folds. Very good.
1789
 

MAUCK, JESSE. Chairmaker's Account Book, 1826-1860. Sm. folio. 94 pp. Additonally, over 60 intact original stencils. Contemp. calf backed boards, worn.Tab alphabetical index with A-D missing. “Jesse Mauck” on inside front cover. Some pages loose, previous spine repairs. Ink. Fraying. Overall legible.
1826
 

McDANIEL, JAMES. Beef Book. 1836. A few entries in 1852-1861. 44 pp. Tall folio, ink. Contemp. calf backed marbled boards. Inscribed “Bloody Run, March, Bedford County, Pennsylvania James McDaniel.”
1836
 

McKINNEY, JOHN MILLE 1-1/2 pp. tall 4to. ALS, to P. Catlew, Esq. Great Bend, June 8, 1825. Ink, tear at middle fold, no loss.
1825
 

MEASE, JAMES. A Reply to the Criticisms by J.N. Barker, on the Historical Facts in the Picture of Philadelphia.
1828
 

MILLER, JOHN Jun. Ch Report of the Committee for the Introduction of Wholesome Water into the City of Philadelphia.
1801
 

MORRIS, DR. JAMES CH Copy Book of Correspondence, 1889-1896. 4to. 495 pp. Record book of ink on tracing paper.
1889
 

MORRIS, EDMUND. Derrick and Drill, Or an Insight Into the Discovery, Development, and Present Condition and Future Prospects of Petroleum, in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, &c.....
1865
 

MORRIS, ROBERT. Grist Mill Ledger and Mathematical Examination Book. 1789 - 1809, and a few entries in another hand, 1844-45. 340 pp. [and] Mathematical Examination Book, 1798. 400 pp. Folio. Disbound. Sound, a few leaves loose. Ink. Boxed.
1789
 

MORRIS, ROBERT. Indenture of Deed between Thomas Willing and Robert Morris of Philadelphia, and Patrick Dillin, Witnessed by John. Penrose and Matthew Adam, May 18, 1795. Patrick Dillin, His mark. Vellum sheet, 13 x 19 inches. 1 p. Docketed Philadelphia Deed Book W.S.V. no. 1084 p. 127 oct 24, 1908. Red wax seals and impressed seal. Folds, ink slightly faded, some words faint.
1795
 

MORTON, SAMUEL C. Two (2) Page ALS, to John S. Winthrop of New York, Concerning Lectures at the Mercantile Library Company of Philadelphia. Philadelphia, June 10, 1839. Holograph sheet 10 x 16 inches, folded in half with integral address. Small hole. Fine hand. 
1839
 

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
 

MUTUAL FIRE INSURANC Fire Insurance Meeting Minutes. 1846-1849. 8 x 12 inches. 36 pp. Top page has considerable dark water stain, slight edge chipping to first leaf. Bright ink.
1846
 

PENNSYLVANIA COMPANY The Charter and By-Laws of the Pennsylvania Company for Insurances on Lives, Granting Annuities, and Executing Trusts. [And] Proposals of the Pennsylvania Company...To Make Insurances on Lives...
1836
 

PENNSYLVANIA HOSPITA The Committee appointed to prepare an Account of the Monies received from the Legislature of Pennsylvania towards erecting additional buildings to the Pennsylvania Hospital, and of the consequent expenditures---- [beginning of text].
1803
 

PETERS, G. S. Metamorphosis, oder eine Bilder-Berwandlung...
1825
 

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

PETERS, G.S. pub. Die Geschichte Joseph's und seiner Brude....
1835
 

PETERS, G.S. pub. Die Geschichte Joseph's und seiner Brude....
1837
 

PETERS, G.S. pub. The Pocket Lawyer, or Self-Conveyancer: Containing All the Most Useful Forms, Rendered so plain, that every Man can draw any Instrument of Writing, without the assistance of an Attorney. In a Method Entirely New. Second Edition.
1829
 

PETERS, G.S. pub. The Life of Joseph; a Scripture Narrative. Embellished with Numerous Colored Engravings.
1837
 

PETERS, G.S. pub. The Pocket Lawyer, or Self-Conveyancer: Containing All the Most Useful Forms, Rendered so plain, that every Man can draw any Instrument of Writing, without the assistance of an Attorney. In a Method Entirely New. Fifth Edition.
1829
 

PETERS, G.S. pub. Die Geschichte Joseph's und seiner Brude....
1835
 

PETERS, G.S. pub.. Die Geschichte der Kinder im Walde. Mit vielen bunten bildern geziert. [The Story of the Children in the Woods. Illustrated with many colorful pictures.]
1835
 

PHILADELPHIA SOCIETY Constitution ...
1806
 

PIKE, JOSEPH. Copy of Joseph Pike's Letter to Joseph Gurney. Cork (Ireland). Copy circa 1717. 4 x 6.25 inches. 24 pp. Hand sewn, no cover. Browned, early pages chipped in upper corners. Legible ink.
1717
 

PITKIN, CALEB, et al An Address to the Public, the Patrons of Literature and Religion, on the Subject of Establishing a Literary and Theological Institution, in the Connecticut Western Reserve. [Wrapper title & imprint].
1822
 

PORTER, WILLIAM PEAC Immigrant's Notebook, Sunderland, England, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, Cincinnati, Ohio. 1840-59. 16mo. Contemp. vellum. Ink. Very good.
1840
 

PURVIS, ROBERT. Appeal of Forty Thousand Citizens, Threatened with Disfranchisement, to the People of Pennsylvania.
1838
 

RAGUET, CONDY. Deed from Henry Pratt to Condy Raguet (signed). Sept. 25, 1818. One page vellum document 14" x 22.5". Printed form Brown and Merritt, Publishers, filled in with ink. Witnessed by James Dundas and G. Barkan (?). Folded, with official red wax seals. Very good.
1818
 

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

REIFSNYDER, JOHN. Docket Book of Justice of the Peace. August 7, 1820 - August 14, 1823. “John Reifsnyder. Docket no.1." Tall folio. 278 pp. Ink. Includes 13 loose notes, filled forms, some anchored with common pins. Contemp. calf backed boards, well worn, spine separating, slight fading, browning and staining. Legible.
1820
 

RICHARDS, JOHN. Docket Book of Justice of the Peace. March 14, 1809 - January 18, 1815 (few only in 1814-5). Tall folio. 215 pp. Alpha index. Ink, and some printed forms. Includes about 15 loose notes, receipts. Conemp. calf backed boards, spine separated, some signatures loose, browning and staining.
1809
 

ROBISON, JOHN M. Pennsylvania Shoemaker's Ledger, 1835-51. Large 4to. 170 pp. Contemp. calf backed boards. Ink.
1835
 

ROSS, JAMES. An Address to the Farmers of Pennsylvania [fly title].
1808
 

ROTHBAUST, JOHANNES. Die Franklin Harmonie, und leichter Unterricht in der Vokal-Musik...Zwenter Band [!].
1821
 

RUSH, JACOB. Charges and Extracts of Charges, on Moral and Religious Subjects...to which is annexed, the Act of the Legislature of the State of Pennsylvania, Respecting Vice and Immorality.
1804
 

SANDERS, JOHN. Plasterer's and Brick Setter's Day Book, 1835-44, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. In Ink.
1835
 

SAY, THOMAS; JOB SCO Miscellaneous Quaker Papers 1799-1859. With Thomas Say's Visionary Trance. Verses by Job Scott signed & dated Nov. 28, 1791, 1 p., torn, very browned. Includes holograph newspapers, obituaries and memoriums, poetry, two printed yearly meeting documents: Yearly meeting at Philadelphia 1821, Yearly meeting at London, 1803. One printed newspaper Catawissa News Item, Charles E. Randall, pub. July 27, 1897. Printed “Memoirs of Sabina T. M’Donnell late of Green Plain, Ohio, by Joseph A. & Ruth Dugdale. 36 pp. 4" x 5.5," 1846. Approximately 105 pp., altogether. Sizes to 8.5" x 13". All browned and some foxed, some very brittle and tearing. Previous folds and edge loss.
1799
 

SCHMUCK, JOSEPH. Account Book of Joseph Schmuck, Owner of Hanover Guardian Newspaper, 1818-1825. 78 pp. Folio, with lined pages and contemp. handsome colored wall paper covers, and calf spine. Cover slightly loose, pages browned. Hand written in ink with a few pencil scribbles on inside covers.
1818
 

SCHULTZ, DAVID. "David Schultz's Blank Book April 6th one thousand Eight hundred and thirty four. 1834." [Ms. title]. Ledger of a blacksmith's business with entries dated from April 6, 1834-December 28, 1848.
1834
 

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
 

SMOLLETT, TOBIAS. The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle. In which are included, Memoirs of a Lady of Quality. In Three Volumes.
1807
 

SOUDER, CASPER JR. The Mysteries and Miseries of Philadelphia, as Exhibited and Illustrated by a Late Presentment of the Grand Jury, and by a Sketch of the Condition of the Most Degraded Classes in the City. Dedicated to the Citizens of Philadelphia.
1853
 

ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. Receipt Book for St. Paul's Church, 1809-17. Oblong 8vo. 205 pp. Contemp. calf, very worn. Ink.
1809
 

STANDBRIDGE, JOHN, C Importer's and Merchant's Account & Letter Book, 1815-1822. Tall folio, 400 pp. Contemp. calf, cover has knife marks, some water damage. Ink, browned, legible. A few pages torn and missing. Overall good.
1815
 

STEARNS, SAMUEL. An Account of the Terrible Effects of the Pestilential Infection in the City of Philadelphia. With an Eulogy on the Deaths of the People....
1793
 

STONE, WILLIAM L The Poetry and History of Wyoming: Containing Campbell's Gertrude, and the History of Wyoming from Its Discovery to the Beginning of the Present Century.
1864
 

SUMMERFIELD, JOHN. “Peter Steel His Musick Book 1769”. 26 pp. 4" x 7.25". Handmade with flexible calf covers, illuminated with fraktur style hand colored border decorations of red, blue, yellow & black ink. On page 3: “John Summerfield, Scrip.” Endpapers made from newspapers; 1757 Philadelphia dateline. Back endpaper: “The Pennsylvania... “Dec. 22, 1757” (either the Pennsylvania Journal & Weekly Advertiser or the Pennsylvania Gazette). Some fading, a few pages difficult to read, some peeling of endpapers and edges slightly chipped.
1769
 

TAYLOR, GEORGE. Effect of Incorporated Coal Companies Upon the Anthracite Coal Trade of Pennsylvania.
1833
 

THORNE, JOHN. March, 1832. Lancaster County Land Record signed by John Thorne. 1 pp. 4to. Ink with surveyor's drawn map of plot, including colored lines. Verso: “ Draft 50 acr. 78 por. Christian Brubaker. Rapho Township, Lancaster County”. Folds, small hole, no loss.
1832
 

WALLENPAUPACK IMPROV Act of Assembly of Pennsylvania Incorporating the...with the Report of Henry G. Sargent, Civil Engineer, In relation to the proposed route, to open the Coalregion of the Lackawannock Valley to the New York market.
1830
 

WALTER, ELLWOOD Publ THE ARIEL. A Literary Gazette. Vol. I, # 1 - 19. May 6, 1827 - January 12, 1828. 153 pp. Plus Vol. VI, # 2. May 12, 1832. Pp. 17-32. Considerable fraying & some defective leaves.
1827
 

WALZ, E.L. Allgemeine beschreibung der welt; oder, Kurzgefasste dargestellung des wissenswurdigsten aus der sternkunde, naturgeschichte und erdbeschreibung....
1835
 

WEAVER, ISAAC. Weaver’s Account Book, 1825-1838, hand written in German & English. 36 pp. Folio, hand sewn with contemp. wallpaper cover with wear. Pages browned, some torn with some loss. Inside flyleaf in pencil “Samuel Weaver”. Inside back cover has names of towns near Lancaster & inked arithmetical figuring.
1825
 

WILLIAMS, AARON. The Harmony Society, at Economy, Penn'a. Founded by George Rapp, A.D. 1805. With an Appendix.
1866
 

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
 

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
 

WOODWARD, W.H. Lectures...a course of Eight Philosophical and Astronomical Lectures.... [Caption title & partial text]. Sq. small folio broadside.
1845
 

WYETH, JOHN. Wyeth's Repository of Sacred Music. Part Second. Original and Selected from the Most Eminent and Approved Authors in that Science, for the Use of Christian Churches, Singing-Schools & Private Societies...
1813
 

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