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LATTER-DAY SAINTS' MILLENIAL STAR. Vol. XIII.
1854
 

BOSTON RECORDER, Vol. VI, No. 19 [-Vol IX, No. 51].
1821
 

1805
 

Published by the Students of the University of Deseret (Territorial University of Utah.)
1891
 

1826
 

and Practical Universalist...Vol. I, # 1 - 52. July 16, 1842 - July 15, 1843.
1843
 

1805
 

1829
 

1869
 

1863
 

1829
 

1824
 

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

SEDALIA DAILY DEMOCRAT. April 23, 1882.
1882
 

Connecticut Courant, Extra, January 6, 1815. The Proceedings of a Convention of Delegates, From the States of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode-Island; the Counties of Cheshire, and Grafton, in the State of New-Hampshire; and the County of Windham, in the State of Vermont:--Convened at Hartford, in the Stae of Connecticut, December 15, 1814. [Caption title].
1815
 

New York Tribune, October 22, 1859.
1859
 

New York Daily News, Friday, August 9, 1974. Extra.
1974
 

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

EVERY SATURDAY: Journal of Choice Reading Selected from Foreign Current Literature. Vol. I - VI. January 1866 - December 1868.
1866
 

Fourteen (14) American Spiritualist Periodicals, Including Spiritual Philosopher, Vol. I (1850, 26 issues); The Spirit Messenger, Vol. I (1850-51, 52 issues); The Spirit Messenger and Harmonial Guide, Vol. II (1851, 18 issues); The Spirit World, Vol. II-III (1851, 52 issues); Spirit Messenger and Harmonial Advocate, Vol. I (1852-53, 26 issues); The Principle Vol. I-II (1857-58, 24 issues); Religio Journal...Devoted to Spiritual Philosophy (ten issues, Chicago 1869-73)* [WITH] Seventy-Five (75) Books (more than half are pamphlets in wrappers), 1829-97.
1829
 

The Musical World. An American and Foreign Record of Music, Literature, and Art. [Later]: The Musical World and New York Musical Times. Vol. 3, # 13-Vol. 5, # 9. # 63-100. March 1, 1852-Feb. 26, 1853.
1852
 

INGENIERIA Moderna Panamericana. Vol. I, # 7-Vol. II. January-December 1910. Large 4to. Pp. 207-398 & 164 pp., plus numerous ads.
1910
 

The Old Countryman. New Series, Vol. I, # 1-52; Vol. II, # 1-9. Jan. 2, 1847 - Feb. 26, 1848. 1020; 180 pp. Sm. folio.
1847
 

CLEVELAND MORNING LEADER. Vol. XIX, No. 102. Friday Morning, April 28, 1865.
1865
 

CLEVELAND MORNING LEADER. Vol. XIX, No. 102. Friday Morning, April 28, 1865.
1865
 

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

The Leech. “Blood! Iago! Blood!” Vol. I, No. 1 [all]. July, 1864. 12” x 9." 12 pp. Masthead with cut of two men facing away from viewer. A short tear in fore-margin throughout, one chip affecting several characters on last leaf. A fairly well-preserved copy, partly unopened.
1864
 

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

GREENVILLE BULLETIN. Vol. 1, # 2-7, 9-14; vol. 3, # 51, 52; vol. 4, # 1, 3 - 38. 40 - 43; vol. 5, # 9 - 11. October 6, 1880 - Dec. 3, 1884. 57 issues. Elephant folio.
1880
 

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

Facts for the People. [Caption title]. Volume I, no 2 [ -3, -5, -7]. Altogether, 4 issues. 4to. 4 pages each, being pages: [5]-8; [9]-12; [17]-20; and [25]-28. Old folds with some separations but no significant loss, first two issues a bit dust-soiled, edgewear, &c., good only, but entirely sound. Each issue with ownership signature of J. Eliz. Jones, dated 1864 (or 1866).
1837
 

PRESCOTT MORNING COURIER. Vol. XI, # 3 - 6, 8, 9, 11 - 13, 15 - 19, 21 - 23, 27 - 30, 32 - 34, 39 - 42, 44, 45, 53 - 57, 59 - 63, 65 - 69, 71 - 75, 77, 78, 80, 81, 83 - 85, 87, 89 - 93, 95, 96, 103. January 3 - April 25, 1887. 66 issues.
1887
 

The American Journal; and General Advertiser. Thursday, April 22, 1779. Vol. I, No. VI. Folio. 4 pp. Printed in three columns.
1779
 

MASSACHUSETTS TEMP[ERANCE] UNION. No. 3. Quarterly Visiter. Cold Water Army. This tract is devoted to the Temperance enterprise among children and youth. The interest already awakened by the formation of Juvenile Societies, or "Cold Water Army," as their organizations are now called, developed itself in the late celebrations of our national jubilee [July 4], and demands at our hands further encouragement and aid [caption and beginning of text].
1845
 

Rhode-Island Constitutionalist. Vol. I, No. 1. Providence, March 12, 1834. 4 pp., each 5 columns. 46 x 34 cm. Foxed. Ink markings. Very good.
1834
 

The Telegraph.
1825
 

Chicago; Her Commerce and Railroads: Two Articles Published in the Daily Democratic Press.
1853
 

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

ADAMS, DANIEL. Containing Practical Information on Husbandry; Cautions and Directions for the Preservation of Health, Management of the Sick, &c....
1806
 

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

ALDEN, J.W. October 12, 1843. Tract No. 6. The Tyrant Paupers; or, Where the Money Goes.
1843
 

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

ALLEN, NATHAN Editor
1840
 

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

BALLOU, ADIN. THE RESTORATIONIST. Vol. II, # 1 - 10; Vol. III, # 4 & 5. January 1838 - May 1839.
1838
 

BALLOU, HOSEA & HOSE Devoted to Doctrine, Religion, and Morality. Vol. IV - VII, # 4. June 29, 1822 - July 16, 1825. 160 issues.
1822
 

BARKER, JACOB. Suspension of the National Advocate [cover title].
1863
 

BENNETT, ELIAS. Connecticut Post Rider's Manuscript Account Book, chiefly 1814-33.
1810
 

BENTON, THOMAS H. Supplement to the National Gazette. [Caption title]. Folio. 4 columns to the page. 4 pp. Heavily foxed. Old folds somewhat worn.
1831
 

BOURNE, GEORGE. The Spirit of the Public Journals; or, Beauties of the American Newspapers, for 1805.
1806
 

BOURNE, GEORGE. The Spirit of the Public Journals; or, Beauties of the American Newspapers, for 1805.
1806
 

BROWN, B. & G.H. Edi THE AMARANTH, or Literary Port Folio. A Semi Monthly Journal Devoted to Polite Literature and the Arts. Volume 1, # 1-24. July 14, 1832 - June 1, 1833. 192, [2] pp. Index. Sm. folio. Uncut.
1832
 

BROWN, SYLVANUS. Voice Around the Jail. Vol. I, # 2. Sm. folio. 4 pp.
1843
 

BRYAN, WILLIAM J. Ed THE COMMONER. Vol. I, No. 1. January 23, 1901. Folio, printed in three columns. 8 pp.
1901
 

BUCHANAN, J.R. Vol. 5, for 1855.
1855
 

BUCHANAN, J.R. & T.V Old Series, Vol. 8, New Series, Vol. 1.
1849
 

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

BUCHANAN, JOSEPH R. Vol. IV for 1853.
1854
 

BUCHANAN'S JOURNAL O Vol. I, Jan. 1849-June 1850.
1849
 

BUSH, GEORGE. Circular. The New Church Repository, and Monthly Review. Edited by George Bush. [Caption title.]
1849
 

BYERS, WM. N. Pub.. DAILY ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS. Vol. XI, 74 - 104. Nov. 1 - Dec. 7, 1870; Vol. XII, Jan. 12 - March 7, 1871 (30 unnumbered issues). Overall, 60 single issues. Large folio. Illustrated.
1871
 

CHENEY, WARD & Broth THE SILK GROWER AND FARMER'S MANUAL. Vol. I, # 1 - 12. July 1838 - June 1839.
1838
 

CHILD, L. M. Editor. "Mary's Lamb" [in] THE JUVENILE MISCELLANY FOR THE INSTRUCTION AND AMUSEMENT OF YOUTH. Vol. V, # 1, p. 64.
1830
 

CHRISTY, DAVID Edito
1835
 

CLARK, J. Ed.. ZION'S ADVOCATE. Devoted to the Cause of God and Truth. [Caption title]. Vol. I, # 2-7, 11, 13-14, 16-19, 21-24. Jan 21 - Dec. 16, 1854.
1854
 

COFFIN, H. Editor. THE SANTA CRUZ LOCAL ITEM. Vol. 4, # 45 - 49; vol. 5, # 28, 30, 31. April 16, 1879 - January 7, 1880. Plus two SUPPLEMENTS (folio.broadsheets). As issued. Eight elephant folio issues.
1879
 

COKE, THOMAS & FRANC Consisting of Extracts and Original Treatises on General Redemption. Vol. I. For the Year 1789.
1789
 

COXE, JOHN REDMAN. The Emporium of Arts & Sciences. Vol. I, # 1-6; vol. II, # 7-12; NS, vol. I, # 1-3 (three consecutive volumes, complete).
1812
 

COXE, JOHN RODMAN, e THE AESCULAPIAN REGISTER. 1824. Vol. I, # 1 - 26. June 17 - Dec. 9, 1824. (All pub.).
1824
 

CURRY, JOSEPH T. Edi
1869
 

CURTIS, JUDGE B.R.
1868
 

DANA, CHARLES A. Edi Meyer's Universum or Views of the Most Remarkable Places and Objects of All Countries...
1852
 

DE BERNARDI, G.B Trials and Triumph of Labor. The Text Book of the Labor Exchange
1895
 

DENISON, CHARLES Ed. SHEET ANCHOR. Vol. 2, #1 - vol. 3, #24; 48 issues. January 6, 1844 - December 20, 1845. Folio. 192; 192 pp.
1844
 

DIX, JOHN A., et al. THE NORTHERN LIGHT; Devoted to Free Discussion, and to the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, Miscellaneous Literature, and General Intelligence. Vol. I-[II]. April 1841 - March 1843. 24 numbers [of 40 published in 4 vols.].
1842
 

DUCHOW BROTHERS, Pub THE TUOLUMNE INDEPENDENT. Vol. 8, # 3, 7-11, 38, 45, 46, 49; Vol. 9, # 1-3. April 19, 1879 - April 17, 1880. 13 large folio issues.
1879
 

ECKLER, P. Ed.. THE AGE OF REASON, a Liberal and Independent Paper. Vol. II, 23-34; Vol. III, 1-10. January 7, 1848 - Dec. 1, 1849.
1848
 

ESSEX COUNTY NATURAL Journal...Containing Various Communications of the Society.
1852
 

FISK, THEOPHILUS & J
1845
 

FISK, THEOPHILUS. POLITICAL REFORMER. Vol. I, No. 1 [all]. December 25, 1840.
1840
 

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

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

FOWLER, O.S. Editor
1842
 

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

GREEN, DUFF Ed.. UNITED STATES TELEGRAPH--Extra. Vol. I, No. 1 - no. 36. March 1, 1828 - January 24, 1829.
1828
 

HAWTHORNE. The Weal-Reaf. A Record of the Essex Institute Fair, Held at Salem, Sept. 4,5,6,7,8, with Two Supplementary Numbers, Sept. 10, 11, 1860.
1860
 

HINE, L. A. Ed. THE HERALD OF TRUTH, a Monthly Periodical, Devoted to the Interests of Religion, Philosophy, Literature, Science and Art. Vol. I.
1847
 

HOMANS, BENJAMIN Edi The Military and Naval Magazine of the United States. Vol. I-III, V.
1833
 

JOHNSON A.N. & J. JO
1846
 

KENDALL, AMOS Editor Containing an Epitome of the Proceedings of Congress and Dissertations Upon Currency, Exchanges, the Tariff, and Other Subjects, with a Summary of Current News. Vol. I, # 1-26. Feb. 3-Dec. 16, 1841. Plus an Extra for March 20, 1841, containing a Proclamation by Harrison.
1841
 

KILBOURNE, JOHN. Public Documents Concerning the Ohio Canals, which are to Connect Lake Erie with the Ohio River, Comprising a Complete Official History...
1832
 

LA FONZO, ROBERT J. Indian Medical Journal: A Guide to Health. Vol. 3, No. 12 (all published??). At the top of the first leaf is a small printed purple slip indicating that Dr. La Fonzo has arrived at theAmerican House in Lowell, Mass.
1880
 

LE FEVRE, CLEMENT F.
1831
 

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

LEWIS, WINSLOW, ET A The Journal of the Gynaecological Society of Boston; A Monthly Journal....Vol. I. July to December. 1869....
1869
 

LOMAZOW, STEVEN. American Periodicals. A Collector's Manual and Reference Guide.
1996
 

MANN, HORACE Ed.
1838
 

MARSH, GEORGE P. Burlington Free Press,--Extra. Friday, June 2, 1843. Address Delivered Before the Burlington Mechanics Institute...April 5, 1843, and Published at the Request of the Institute. [Caption title.]
1843
 

MASON, GEO. JR. Ed. THE SUNDAY HERALD.Vol. 1, No. 11. August 26, 1894.
1894
 

MAXWELL, WILLIAM Edi
1848
 

MAY, SAMUEL J. THE LIBERAL CHRISTIAN. Vol. I, # 11-14, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 23-25. July 5, 1823-March 6, 1824.
1823
 

McDOWALL, JOHN ROBER
1832
 

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

MEYER, HERRMANN J. P Prospectus of Meyer's Universum. [Caption title]. 2 pp. Folded 4to leaflet used as a self-mailer, with ink address and paid stamp on verso of one leaf.
1852
 

MOCKLER, DON RYAN Ed
1940
 

MONROE, JAMES. Christian Mirror….Extra....December 12, 1823. [Caption title].
1823
 

MORRIS, ROB. Ed.
1855
 

NOYES, J.H.
1861
 

NOYES, J.H. & J.L. S
1843
 

NOYES, J.H. & W.A. H
1876
 

NOYES, J.H. Ed..
1851
 

NOYES, J.H. Ed..
1871
 

NOYES, JOHN H. Edito THE WITNESS.
1839
 

PALMER, J.C. Editor. LIFE IN LOWELL. Vol. II, # 3. October 25, 1845. Folio. 4 pp. Engraved title & large illustration on p. 1. Printed on yellow paper.
1845
 

PARDOW, GEORGE & WIL THE TRUTH TELLER. Vol. I, #5, 6, 11-35, 37-40. April 30-December 31, 1825.
1825
 

PARKHURST, HENRY M. The Plowshare, and The American Reporter, Together with The Cosmopolitan, 1852 and 1853.
1853
 

PATERSON, A.D. Edito THE ANGLO-AMERICAN, A Journal of Literature, News, Politics, the Drama, Fine Arts, Etc.
1843
 

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

PRINCE, THOMAS. The Christian History; Containing Accounts of the Propagation and Revival of Religion in England Scotland and America. To be publish'd Weekly. [Caption title. # 3 - 52 [of 104]. March 18, 1743 - Feb. 25, 1744. Pp. [17]-416.
1743
 

QUINBY, DANIEL F. Ed A Compendium of Literary, Philosophical and Religious Knowledge
1851
 

ROBINSON, MARIUS R.
1859
 

SEYS, JOHN Editor. AFRICA'S LUMINARY. Vol. 2, No. 3. April 17, 1840.
1840
 

SHELDON, WILLIAM. Three (3) Page ALS to Paul Allen Concerning the Gods of Antiquity. North Providence, [Rhode Island], April 21, 1805. Signed : W. Sheldon. 13 x 15 inches, folded in half. Integral address to "John Carter for Paul Allen, Esq. Providence." Tears at folds and at wax seal. Browned, legible ink.
1805
 

SHERMAN, HENRY & OLI Articles of Agreement; Holographic ink contemporary clerk's copy of a letter dated August 5, 1856, between Henry Sherman, Oliver Ellsworth and Isaac M. Bolles regarding the “National American” newspaper. Witness was James E.P. Drain (?). One 16x10 lined page folded in half, written on three sides. Slight browning, vey good.
1856
 

SLIE, DAVID Editor & THE CLOSET. Vol. I, # 1-12 [and] Vol. II, # 1-12. [All]. October 15, 1845-Sept. & Oct. 1847.
1845
 

SMITH, C. McK. Publi THE VICTORIA DAILY STANDARD. Vol. 16, # 116, 118 - 126, 128, 129, 131, 132. May 8 - 28, 1878. Elephant folio. 14 issues.
1878
 

SMITH, ELIAS.
1827
 

SMITH, HAMILTON L. Annals of Science, Being a Record of the Inventions, and Improvements in Applied Science.
1852
 

SMITH, JOSEPH. Supplement to the [Latter-day Saints] Millennial Star. August 1844. [Caption title].
1844
 

STEPHENS, ANN S. Ed. THE PORTLAND MAGAZINE. Vol. I, # 3, vol. II, # 2-3. Sept. 1, 1834-Sept. 1, 1835.
1834
 

STREETER, GILBERT L. An Account of the Newspapers and Other Periodicals Published in Salem, from 1768 to 1856. (From the Proceedings of the Essex Institute.)
90516
 

STRONG, HENRY K
1842
 

STURDY, WILLIAM A. P THE STURDY OAK. Vol. I, No. 1-5. April-August, 1888.
1888
 

SUNDERLAND, LA ROY E The Magnet: Devoted to the Investigation of Human Physiology. [Printed cover wrapper title]. Vol. II, # 1-6.
1843
 

SWAIM, BENJAMIN Edit The Man of Business.
1833
 

SWETT, MAJOR J. Jr. THE CITIZEN SOLDIER, A Military Paper, Devoted to the Interests of the Militia. Vol. I, # 1-52. July 22, 1840 - July 30, 1841. 4, 412 pp. [All published].
1840
 

THOMAS, I. THE EXCHANGE ADVERTISER. Vol. II. Numb. 75. Folio. 4 pp. 4 columns per page. Uncut.
1786
 

THOMPSON, OTIS Edito for the Years, 1824 and 1825. Vol. I, # 2-24.
1824
 

WALKER, M.B. & J.O. Devoted Exclusively to the Physical, Mental and Moral Elevation of Scholars.
1849
 

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
 

WELLS, JOEL HENRY Ed
1867
 

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

WHITTIER. Vol. II, for 1836.
1836
 

WILLIAMS, ROGER. Publications of the Narragansett Club. (First Series). Volume I-[VI] (all published).
1866
 

WILLIS, NATHANIEL. Boston, October 15, 1815. Sir, Accompanying this Letter is the Prospectus of a paper designed to be published on the 1st of January next; provided a competent number of subscribers can be obtained. [Caption title.] 4to broadside.
1815
 

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

WOODWORTH, SAMUEL Ed
1823
 

WOODWORTH, SAMUEL Pu and Theological Repository, a Monthly Magazine, Devoted to Religion and Polite Literature. Conducted by a Society of Gentlemen. Vol. I, # 1-12.
1812
 

WRIGHT, J.S. and J. THE PRAIRIE FARMER: Devoted to Western Agriculture, Mechanics, and Education. Vol. VI, # 1-12. Jan.-Dec., 1846.
1846
 

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