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Political Cartoon, "An Au-gust Convention."
1868
 

Collection of Facts and Documents Relative to the Project of a Bridge from South Street in Boston to Dorchester Neck, and the Annexation of that Peninsula to the Town of Boston.
1805
 

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...December 15th, 1814.
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...December 15th, 1814. Third edition, corrected and improved.
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...December 15th, 1814.
1815
 

An Act, To divide the Commonwealth into Districts, for the choice of Representatives in the Congress…and prescribing the Mode of Election. [Caption title]. Folio broadside, text in two columns separated by an ornamental rule, signed in type by the Governor, Caleb Strong, and other State officers, at conclusion. Folds in sixths, two folds reinforced on verso with cloth tape. Very good, with good margins. Manuscript docket on verso, “Baldwin/Districting Law, June 4th, 1814” and with “Otisfield” written in margin opposite.
1814
 

Democrats! Read and Ponder! Hundreds of Democrats all over the city are saying “Daniel C. Baker is the man of all men we would prefer for Mayor….” [Caption title and beginning of text]. Broadside, 11-7/8” x 8-5/8," with an engraved cut of an eagle at head. Sheet toned with some very faint stains, a little wear to extremities and along folds. Very sound.
1853
 

Two Essays on Foreigners Living in the United States. (1) William Sheldon. Ca. 1800-05. North Providence, Rhode Island. 16 x 17.5 inches, folded in half, 3 pp. Previous folds, legible ink. Very good. (2) Paul Allen. Ca. 1800. Providence, Rhode Island. 13 x 15.5 inches, 3 pp. Previous folds, legible ink. Very good.
1800
 

AMERICAN REPUBLICAN Address, Preamble and Constitution of the American Republican Association, of Ward 9--in the City of Boston, Adopted Feb. 27, 1845.
1845
 

ANON Hints for the People, with Some Thoughts on the Presidential Election. By Rusticus.
1823
 

ANON. An Appeal to the People of the United States. By a Freeholder.
1831
 

ANON. The Clay Minstrel; or, National Songster.
1844
 

BANCROFT, GEORGE. Address at Hartford, Before the Delegates of the Democratic Convention of the Young Men of Connecticut, on the Evening of February 18, 1840... [Caption title].
1840
 

BROWN, CHARLES BROCK The British Treaty. [Cover title].
1807
 

BROWN, DAVID PAUL. The March of Aristocracy. Ca. 1825 - 30. Hand Written Essay Signed “A Spectator," the whole very likely written in Brown's hand. 7 x 12 inches, folded in half, tied with thread, 8 pp. Browned, pages loose. Very legible hand.
1830
 

BUCKINGHAM, J.T. Golden Sentiments: Being an Address to the Native Americans of New York, Together with the Declaration of Sentiments of the Native Americans of Boston.
1844
 

BURKE, EDMUND. The Works of the Right Honourable....First American, from the Last London Edition. Vol. I-[II, of 4].
1806
 

BYARS, WILLIAM VINCE "An American Commoner". The Life and Times of Richard Parks Bland. A Study of the Last Quarter of the Nineteenth Century. With an Introduction by William Jennings Bryan and Personal Reminicences by Mrs. Richard Parks Bland.
1900
 

CAREY, MATHEW. The Olive Branch: or, Faults on Both Sides, Federal and Democratic: A Serious Appeal on the Necessity of Mutual Forgiveness and Harmony. Fourth Edition, Enlarged. In Two Volumes.
1815
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. Practical Agitation.
1900
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. Causes and Consequences.
1898
 

CHEMIN -DUPONTES, J. Morality of the Sans-Culottes of Every Age, Sex, Country, and Condition; or, The Republican Gospel. By Chemin, Jun. Translated by a Citizen of Philadelphia.
1794
 

COBBETT, WILLIAM. A Kick for a Bite; or, Review Upon Review; with a Critical Essay of Mrs. S. Rowson. . .
1796
 

COBBETT, WILLIAM. Part II. A Bone to Gnaw, for the Democrats...
1795
 

COLEMAN, WILLIAM. Remarks and Criticisms on the Hon. John Quincy Adams's Letter to the Hon. Harrison Gray Otis.
1808
 

COOPER, THOMAS? The Right of Free Discussion.
1829
 

CUSHING, LUTHER S. Manual of Parliamentary Practice.
1845
 

CUSHING, LUTHER S. Manual of Parliamentary Practice.
1845
 

DAGGETT, DAVID. Count the Cost. An Address to the People of Connecticut, on Sundry Political Subjects, and Particularly on the Proposition for a New Constitution. By Jonathan Steadfast.
1804
 

DAGGETT, DAVID. Mr. Daggett's Argument, Before the General Assembly of the State of Connecticut, October, 1804, in the Case of Certain Justices of the Peace. To which is prefixed, a Brief History of the Proceedings of the Assembly.
1804
 

DAGGETT, DAVID. Steady Habits Vindicated: or a Serious Remonstrance to the People of Connecticut, Against Changing Their Government.
1805
 

DE COETLOGON, CHARLE Hints; To the People of England: For the Year 1793.
1792
 

DERBY, JOHN BARTON. Political Reminiscences, including a Sketch of the Origin and History of the "Statesman Party" of Boston. [and] Second Part...
1835
 

DOVE, PATRICK E. The Theory of Human Progression, and Natural Probability of a Reign of Justice.
1856
 

DOVE, PATRICK E. The Theory of Human Progression, and Natural Probability of a Reign of Justice.
1856
 

DUANE, WILLIAM. Report of a Debate, in the Senate of the United States, on a Resolution for Recommending to the Legislatures of the Several States, an Amendment to the Third Paragraph of the First Section of the Second Article of the Constitution of the United States, Relative to the Mode of Electing a President and Vice President of the Said States.
1804
 

DURFEE, JOB. Oration Delivered Before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Brown University … on Commencement Day, September 6, 1843.
1843
 

DYMOND, JONATHAN. Essays on the Principles of Morality, and on the Private and Political Rights and Obligations of Mankind. With a Preface by the Rev. George Bush.
1834
 

EVERETT, EDWARD Edit The Works of Daniel Webster. Vol. I - VI (all).
1853
 

EVERETT, EDWARD. Speech of Mr. Everett, on the Proposition to Amend the Constitution of the United States...
1826
 

FAY, APPLETON. A Pure Democracy. [Caption title]. Leaflet, printed on p. 1.
1847
 

FERGUSON, ADAM. An Essay on the History of Civil Society. Seventh Edition.
1809
 

FESSENDEN, THOMAS G. Democracy Unveiled, or Tyranny Stripped of the Garb of Patriotism. By Christopher Caustic, L.L.D.
1805
 

GRIMKE, THOMAS S. Oration on the Principal Duties of Americans...
1833
 

HILLHOUSE, JAMES. Propositions for Amending the Constitution of the United States...with His Explanatory Remarks.
1808
 

HORNER, J.M. The Modern Emigrant; or, Love of Liberty: Being a Discourse, Delivered in the City of New-York.
1832
 

HUBBARD, JOHN C. A Brief Political History of the Rise and Fall of the Free Institutions of the United States of America....
1873
 

HULSHOFF, MARIA ALET Peace-Republicans' Manual; Or, the French Constitution of 1793, and the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of Citizens ...
1817
 

HURLBUT, E.P. Essays on Human Rights and Their Political Guaranties.
1845
 

KENT, JAMES. The Aristocracy Unmasked. Chancellor Kent and Judge Spencer in Favor of Disfranchising [sic] 75,000 Freeman. [Caption title]. Broadside, 17” x 12." Signed in type at conclusion by P. Wendell, Chairman, and A. Blanchard, Secretary. Wrinkled, large waterstain across most of bottom half, but entirely sound with good margins.
1827
 

LAWRENCE, WILLIAM BE The Origin and Nature of the Representative and Federative Institutions of the United States...
1832
 

MADISON, JAMES, et a Bound Volume of Twenty-Four (24) Pamphlets, Mostly Related to Pro-Federalist Political Sentiment in Connecticut Before, During and Immediately After the War of 1812.
1802
 

MANWARING, CHRISTOPH Essays, Historical, Moral, Political and Agricultural.
1829
 

MARTIN, WILLIAM BOND 8 pp. ALS, Cambridge, Maryland, August 3, 1819. Ink. 4to. Includes “Address to the Citizens of Dorchester County." Horizontal and vertical folds; age darkening,staining. Trimmed close at one margin with slight loss of text. Legible.
1819
 

MARX, KARL. Das Kapital. Kritik der politischen Oekonomie. Dritter Band...Buch III [in two volumes].
1894
 

McMASTER, GILBERT. The Moral Character of Civil Government, Considered with Reference to the Political Institutions of the United States, in Four Letters.
1832
 

MOORE, C.C. Observations Upon Certain Passages in Mr. Jefferson's Notes on Virginia, which Appear to have a Tendency to Subvert Religion, and Establish a False Philosophy.
1804
 

NICHOLS, L. H. ?. "The American Republic." [Caption title]. April 3rd, 1844. 4 pp. Holograph manuscript signed. Old folds, browning. Very slight tears at corners. Very good.
1844
 

ORMSBY, R. McKINLEY A History of the Whig Party, or Some of Its Main Features...
1859
 

ORR, HECTOR. An Oration, Pronounced at Bridgewater, [Mass.], October 1, 1801, at the Request of the Columbian Society.
1801
 

ORWELL, GEORGE. Politics and the English Language.
1947
 

ORWELL, GEORGE. James Burnham and the Managerial Revolution. [Wrapper title].
1946
 

PAINE, THOMAS. Rights of Man; Part the Second. Combining Principle and Practice.
1792
 

PAINE, THOMAS. Gesunder Menschenverstand. An die Einwohnet von America gerichtet....
1794
 

PAINE, THOMAS. Rights of Man; Being an Answer to Mr. Burke's Attack on the French Revolution. Part I [and] Rights of Man, Part the Second; Combining Principle and Practice.
1819
 

PICKERING, TIMOTHY. A Review of the Correspondence Between...John Adams...and...William Cunningham. Beginning in 1803, and Ending in 1812. Second edition.
1824
 

PILLSBURY, PARKER. Three (3) Page 18mo. ALS, Regarding the National Liberal League. Concord (N.H.), December 22, 1877. Ink. Fine.
1877
 

PITT, WILLIAM. Letters Written by the Late Earl of Chatham to His Nephew Thomas Pitts...Second American Edition.
1805
 

SARGENT, WINTHROP. Political Intolerance, or the Violence of Party Spirit; Exemplified in A Recent Removal from Office: With a Comment upon Executive Conduct...By one of the American People.
1801
 

SCOTT, DAVID. Calm Examination of Dr. McMaster's Letters on Civil Government.
1832
 

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
 

SIMONDE DE SISMONDI, A Review of the Efforts and Progress of Nations, During the Last Twenty-Five Years. Translated from the French, by Peter S. Duponceau.
1825
 

SMITH, GERRIT. Report from the County of Madison, [New York] to Abolitionists...[Caption title.] Folio leaflet.
1843
 

SMITH, GERRIT. Speech of Gerrit Smith (To His Neighbors,) In Peterboro, N.Y., June 22d, 1872. [Caption title].
1872
 

SMITH, WILLIAM. Speech...: the Resolution of Mr. Foot [!], of Connecticut, Relative to the Public Lands, Being Under Consideration.
1830
 

SPOONER, LYSANDER. The Collected Works...34 works in six volumes, 1834-1886. Biography and Introductions by Charles Shively. ISBN 087730-006-2
1971
 

STANTON, HENRY B. Northern Rights! [Letters printed 2" & 2-1/4" tall]. H.B. Stanton, Esq. Will address the people of Salem and vicinity...on the True Interests of the Government in relation to a Tariff and the Currency...the principles and objects of the Liberty Party movement....Salem, Nov. 30, 1842 [dated crossed out in ink, holograph date inserted, Friday, Feby. 10, 1843]. Broadside, 12" x 17."
1842
 

TAYLOR, JOHN. An Enquiry into the Principles and Tendency of Certain Public Measures.
1794
 

TELFER, WILLIAM DUFF Andromeda: And Other Poems. With an Illustrative Etching by H.J. Townsend...
1852
 

UPTON, BVT. MAJOR-GE Tactics For Non-Military Bodies. Adapted to the Instruction of Political Associations, Police Forces, Fire Organizations, Masonic, Odd-fellows, and Other Civic Societies.
1870
 

VAN KEUREN, PHILIP J Last Warning! Look on These Facts! [Caption title]. 4to broadside.
1808
 

VAUGHAN, WILLIAM?. The Catechism of Man; Pointing Out from Sound Principles and Acknowledged Facts, the Rights and Duties of Every Rational Being.
1794
 

WADE, JOHN. The Black Book; or Corruption Unmasked!....
1820
 

WALSH, ROBERT. A Letter on the Genius and Dispositions of the French Government, Including a View of the Taxation of the French Empire. Second Edition.
1810
 

WATSON, RICHARD. An Apology for the Bible, in a Series of Letters, Addressed to Thomas Paine...
1796
 

WHITCOMB, SAMUEL JR. Two Lectures on the Advantages of a Republican Condition of Society, for the Promotion of the Arts, and the Cultivation of Science.
1833
 

WHITCOMB, SAMUEL JR. Two Lectures on the Advantages of a Republican Condition of Society, for the Promotion of the Arts, and the Cultivation of Science.
1833
 

WHITE, ANTHONY W. Cavalry Orders, Bedford, December 5, 1794. [Caption title]. 4to broadside, printed in two columns, signed in type.
1794
 

WISE, JOHN. A Vindication of the Government of New-England Churches [and] The Churches Quarrel Espoused: or a Reply...[and] A Platform of Church-Discipline...[and] A Confession of Faith...
1772
 

WOLCOT, JOHN. Odes to Mr. Paine, Author of the "Rights of Man;" On the Intended Celebration of the Downfall of the French Empire, by a Set of British Democrates, On the Fourteenth of July. By Peter Pindar, Esq. A New Edition.
1791
 

WOOD, JOHN. A Correct Statement of the Various Sources from which the History of the Administration of John Adams Was Compiled, and the Motives for its Suppression by Col. Burr: With some Observations of a Narrative , by a Citizen of New-York. Second Edition corrected with Notes.
1802
 

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