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Journal of the Proceedings of the Convention, Holden at Windsor, Vermont, February 16, 1825; for the Purpose of Taking Preliminary Measures to Effect an Improved Navigation on Connecticut River.
1825
 

Journal of the Convention, Holden at Montpelier, on the Fourth Day of January, 1843, Agreeable to the Ordinance of the Council of Censors...to Consider Certain Amendments Proposed to the Constitution of the State of Vermont. Published by Order of the Convention.
1843
 

“OKeemo Mills Blotter No. 1. 1851 & 2”. Accounts,1852-54. 225 pp. Narrow folio. Contemp. calf backed boards, spine broken & worn, some water damage to pages but no loss of legibility. Ink, some slight fading.
1851
 

Masonic Oaths, with Notes; to which are Added Practical Proofs of the Character and Tendency of Free-Masonry.
1834
 

The Confession of Faith and Covenant of the Congregational Church of Christ in Middlebury. [Caption title].
1810
 

First Annual Report of the Trustees of the Vermont Asylum for the Insane...
1837
 

Masonic Oaths, with Notes; to which are Added Practical Proofs of the Character and Tendency of Free-Masonry.
1834
 

Irasburgh, Vermont, Hardware Merchant’s Ledger Book. 1866-67. 287 pp. 7 x 13.5 inches. Contemp. 3/4 calf backed boards, worn. Ink slightly faded, but intact and legible.
1866
 

A Lyste of Sacred Hymns and Tunes, and likewise Worldly Songs, certain of Wh[ich] were sunge in ye yere of our Lord 1673, and Wh[ich] pieces will be once more played and Sunge at a Greate Concerte, To be attended at Ye Free Library Halle in Ye Towne of Bennington, on ye Friday, ye 27th Day of ye Third Month, N.S., in ye yere of or Lord, 1874. All money wh[ich] shall be payed in for thys entertaynment is to go for Ye benefit of ye men and women who receive it. N.b. Deacon Grover has most excellent goode Cyder at hys shoppe next door to ye Tavern barne [caption and start of text]. Small 4to broadside. Old folds, wrinkled, some light soiling.
1874
 

H’d Q’rs Army of the Shenandoah. Office Provost Marshall General, Winchester, Va., May 13th, 1865. Circular. All persons without regard to their rank or employment in the civil or military service of the late rebel Government, will be permitted to take the Amnesty Oath….[Caption title and partial text]. 4to broadside, signed in type by Brevet Major General [Alfred T.A.] Torbert and Provost Marshall General C. McK. Leoser at end. Folded in eighths at some point, with minor losses (in no way affecting the sense) along folds, now skillfully backed. Very good.
1865
 

Manuscript Document, Being a Deposition Taken by Nathan Stone, Justice of the Peace of Barre, Vt., and apparently in his hand, of testimony given by Seneca Sylvester in a suit brought against the firm of Brewster & Trumbull of Barre, by Jacob Perkins which is currently before the Supreme Court sitting at Woodstock. Barre, Vt., August 21st, 1813.
1813
 

Masonic Orations (Two Unpublished Speeches). Woodstock, [Vt.?] 1820 (57 pp.) and 1823 (45 pp.). 6.5 x 7.5 inches. Hand tied, no cover. Previous fold, pages browned. Legible ink.
1820
 

John D. Smith's (Merchant/General Store) Blotter October 11, 1851 to December 24, 1852. Waterbury, Vermont. 12 x 15 in. 426 pp. Contemp. marbled boards, calf spine. Browned pages, bright ink.
1851
 

Adjourned Auction Sale of the Vermont Copper Mines. [Caption title]. Oblong 4to. broadside.
1887
 

Burnham's Arithmetics, Published by D. Appleton & Co., N. York, are now before the public, and to be had at the Bookstores in the principal towns in the State...[Caption title & partial text]. Folio broadside, with three columns of printed text beneath long title text. Typographical border. Minor chipping & browning.
1849
 

Hand-Written Document Concerning Licensing of a "public house of entertainment". Castleton, Vermont. March 12, 1816. Twelve signatures. Sheet 8 x 12.5 inches. Ink, slight fading.
1816
 

Accounts of Benjamin Gilson, Shoemaker, Shoe Merchant. 1844-1852. Danville, Vermont. Folio ledger 9 x 13.75 inches. 408 pp. Includes pressed leaves. Contemp. calf, cover worn, browning.
1844
 

David F. Cushing Accounts. Dry Goods and Groceries. 1844-1845. Journal "B". 9 x 12.5 inches. 552 pp. Full contemp. calf. Spine and cover wear, browning, few pages loosening. Legible ink.
1844
 

Account Book of Morrill & Aseltine, Druggists & Apothecaries (name on flyleaf). 1868-1902. Franklin County, Vermont. Ledger 9" x 13.5", 438 pp. with alpha index at front. Contemp. calf. Minor cover and spine wear. Ink. Pages legible and intact.
1868
 

ALLEN, ZACHARIAH. ALS, 3 pp., 4to, ink, Providence, [R.I.], July 31, 1830, to Richard Ward.
1830
 

ANON. Masonic Oaths, with Notes; to which are Added Practical Proofs of the Character and Tendency of Free-Masonry.
1834
 

ANON. The Writings of a Pretended Prophet, (in Six Letters) Who Assumed the Title of "A Faithful Servant of Jesus Christ," officially commissioned by Almighty God, to demand and receive of Abraham Morhouse, Esq. Of Johnstown, (New York) two thousand pounds; with terrible Denunciations in case ofrefusal. To which is added His Recantation: or Four Letters, Written by the Prophet, after his detection. Second Vermont Edition. Juyy [!], 1816.
1816
 

BEATTIE, D.H. & T.G. 3,500 Acres of Pine Timberlands, Saw Mills, and a Large Farm for Sale...[Caption title & partial text]. Elephant folio broadside, several small holes, affecting a few words. Overall very good.
1858
 

BOARDMAN, SAMUEL. Account Ledger 1859-1873. 284 pp., plus loose scraps & receipts including one signed by Samuel Boardman. 8vo. Ink. Contemp. calf ledger, with front alpha index. Very good.
1859
 

BRAYTON, Mr.. Solemn Hymns, occasioned by the death of Molly Brayton, of Harwich, (Vermont,) written by her bereaved husband. [Caption title]. Sm. folio broadside. Three columns of verse.
1790
 

BUGBEE, AURIN. Unitarian Minister’s Marriage records 1832-1853. 125 pp. Guilford, Windham County, Vt. 1832-1836, 16 pp. Charlton, Worcester County, Mass. 1837-1853. 87 pp., plus some scrap publishments. Sermons, speeches, most 1831. 22 pp. Contemp. calf, side pockets. Ink. Covers lightly worn, pages browned. Overall very good, bright and legible.
1832
 

CONGREGATIONAL CHURC Articles of Consociation, Revised, with Some Additions, Recommended to a Number of Churches in the Western Districts of Vermont, and Parts Adjacent, by Their Representatives, Met at Pawley, June 7, 1798.
1806
 

CONVERSE, J.K. The History of Slavery, and Means of Elevating the African Race. A Discourse Delivred Before the Vermont Colonization Society, at Montpelier, Oct. 15, 1840.
1840
 

DAVIS, GEN. GEORGE F Vermont Farm Accounts, 1846-1875. 225 pp., Folio, contemporary calf spine damaged & pages loose; boards. Ink, slightly browned, very legible. Name index in front.
1846
 

DEAN, JAMES. An Alphabetical Atlas, or Gazetteer of Vermont; Affording a Summary Description of the State, Its Several Counties, Towns, and Rivers.
1808
 

DODSLEY, ROBERT. The Toy-Shop; Or Sentimental Preceptor. Designed for Instruction and Amusement.
1819
 

DOW, ANN ELIZA. The Life and Adventures of Ann Eliza Dow: Being a True Narrative. Written by Herself.
1845
 

EASTMAN, C.G. Sermons, Addresses & Exhortations by Rev. Jedediah Burchard: with an Appendix, Containing Some Account of Proceedings During Protracted Meetings, Held Under His Direction, in Burlington, Williston, and Hinesburgh, Vt., December, 1835 and January, 1836.
1836
 

ELDRIDGE, LEMUEL B. The Torrent; or an Account of a Deluge Occasioned by an Unparalleled Rise of the New-Haven River, in which Nineteen Persons Were Swept Away, Five of Whom Only Escaped, July 26, 1830.
1831
 

ELLIOT, SAMUEL. A Voice from the Green Mountains, on the Subject of Masonry & Antimasonry.
1834
 

FESSENDEN, THOMAS G. Miniature Bible or Abstract of Sacred History For the Use of Children....Collected and Abridged...
1816
 

FESSENDEN, THOMAS G. The American Clerk's Companion, and Attorney's Prompter. A Collection of...Legal Instruments, Precedents in Pleading, &c....
1815
 

GAGE, L.YDIA ORCULT. ALS to Husband Amasa Concerning Marital Issues. July 1, 1879. Hardwick, (Vermont). Sheet 8 x10 inches, folded in half. 8 pp. Light pencil. No cover.
1879
 

GALLUP, JOSEPH A. Sketches of Epidemic Diseases in ... Vermont ...
1815
 

HALL, FREDERICK. Eulogy: On the Late Solomon Metcalf Allen, Professor of Languages in Middlebury College....
1818
 

HEMENWAY, ABBY MARIA Poets and Poetry of Vermont.
1858
 

HIGGINS, ALLEN. Accounts of Farmer and Wool Producer Allen Higgins. (1) Account Notebook, 1832-36. 4 x 6 inches, 87 pp. Leather cover, disbound, pages intact. Ink and pencil. (2) 1835-40. Danville, Vermont. Tall folio, 6 x 15.5 inches, 42 pp, Farmer's Accounts, plus 45 pp. Carding Accounts. 87 pp. total. Five loose receipts/scraps. Much cover wear, pages torn, some half pages. Spine, browning, and water damage. Ink and some pencil.
1832
 

HOPKINS, JOHN HENRY. Christianity Vindicated, in Seven Discourses on the External Evidences of the New Testament, with a Concluding Dissertation.
1833
 

HOSKINS, NATHAN. A History of the State of Vermont, from Its Discovery and Settlement to the Close of the Year MDCCCXXX.
1831
 

KENDALL, DR. B.J. Co A Treatise on the Horse and His Diseases. Illustrated....Revised Edition.
1891
 

LAMB, J. The Toy.
1831
 

LAMB, JONATHAN. The Child's Instructer, or Second Book for Primary Schools.
1829
 

M'KEEN, SILAS. God's way in the sea. A Funeral Sermon Preached at Bradford, Vermont, April 25th, 1852: on the occasion of the Death of Eber D. Hovey, First Mate of the Steamship Independence, Who, with several others perished in Matagorda Bay, Texas, March 26th, 1852.
1852
 

MacGOWAN, JOHN. The Life of Joseph, the Son of Israel. In Eight Books. Chiefly Designed for the Use of Youth.
1795
 

MORTON, DANIEL O. A Sermon, Preached at Middle Granville, on the Third Anniversary of the Northwestern Branch of the American Education Society, February 26, 1823.
1823
 

MURPHY & SPEAR. Accounts of Murphy & Spear, General Merchants. Burlington, Vermont. April 22, 1848 - December 6, 1852. 6 x 7.5 inches, folded in half and hand sewn at left. 44 pp. No cover. Browned, slight water damage. Legible ink.
1848
 

NORWICH ACADEMY. Catalogue of the Officers & Cadets of the American Literary, Scientifick, and Military Academy; Together with the Prospectus and Internal Regulations of the Institution, &c. &c. Norwich, Vt. August, 1823.
1823
 

PEABODY, M.M. Engrav "The Unjust Sentence of the Jews against Jesus Christ the Saviour of the World." [Caption title]
1823
 

PEABODY, M.M. Engrav "The Unjust Sentence of the Jews against Jesus Christ the Saviour of the World." [Caption title]
1823
 

PIERCE, STEPHEN or S Vermont Physician's Account Book, 1796-1805, Narrow Tall Folio, 112 pp., in ink,, five separately sewn signatures.
1796
 

POPE & CO. Accounts of George F. Pope, Merchant. 1888-1891. Burlington, Chittenden County, Vermont, Folio ledger 9 x 14 inches, 238 pp. Suede calf bound with gilt trim. Marbled endpapers. Alpha index. Legible ink.
1888
 

PRATT, L.J. The Unfortunate Mountain Girl: a Collection of Miscellanies in Prose and Verse.
1855
 

RANNEY, DARWIN H. The Evangelical Church; or True Grounds for the Union of the Saints.
1840
 

ROBERTSON, F.K. The Book of Health, or Thomsonian Theory and Practice of Medicine, Including the Latest Views of Physiology, Pathology, and Therapeutics...also, Descriptions of Disease, Medical Practice, and Materia Medica, by Silas Wilcox...
1843
 

ROWSON, MRS. SUSANNA Charlotte Temple. A Tale of Truth. Two volumes in one.
1813
 

SECKER, THOS. Five Sermons Against Popery.
1827
 

SECUNDUS, JOHANNES. The Portal to the Cabinet of Love; consisting of the Basia of Johannes Secundus, newly translated into english verse, with the Epithalamium. Also, Fragments, Being Some Poetical Pieces on the Kiss, &c.
1815
 

SECUNDUS, JOHANNES. The Portal to the Cabinet of Love...with the Epithalamium. Also, Fragments--Being Some Poetical Pieces on the Kiss, &c.
1815
 

STEELE, ZADOCK. The Indian Captive; Or a Narrative of the Captivity and Sufferings of Zadock Steele. Related by Himself. To which is prefixed an account of the Burning of Royalton.
1818
 

STREETER, RUSSELL. Mirror of Calvinistic Fanaticism, or Jedediah Burchard & Co. During a Protracted Meeting of Twenty-Six Days in Woodstock, Vermont. Second Edition.
1835
 

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
 

SWIFT, JOB. Discourses on Religious Subjects. To which are prefixed, Sketches of His Life and Character, and a Sermon, Preached at West-Rutland, on the Occasion of His Death, by the Rev. Lemuel Haynes.
1805
 

THOMPSON, D.P. May Martin: or the Money Diggers. A Green Mountain Tale. A New Edition, with an Introduction, Corrections and Additions.
1848
 

THOMPSON, D.P. May Martin: or the Money Diggers. A Green Mountain Tale. Third Edition, with an Introduction, Corrections and Additions.
1848
 

THOMPSON, D.P. Lucy Hosmer, or the Guardian and Ghost; A Tale of Avarice and Crime Defeated.
1848
 

THOMPSON, ZADOCK. Natural History of Vermont. An Address Delivered...Before the Boston Society of Natural History, June, 1850.
1850
 

THOMPSON, ZADOCK. History of the State of Vermont, from Its Earliest Settlement to the Cose of the Year 1832.
1833
 

TWINING, , A.C. Report of the Engineer on the Survey of the Valley Rail Road, in Vermont.
1837
 

VERMONT RELIGIOUS TR Religious Tracts. No. I -[II]. [Caption title].
1809
 

WARDNER, EDWARD A. Windsor, Vermont Merchant’s Accounts, 1853-1867. Four (4) Volumes. About 1300 pp. Small folio. E.A. Wardner’s “Day Book” on spine, contemp. calf, three spines worn. Lined blue paper. Ink entries.
1853
 

WATERS, REUBEN D. A Treatise...on the Town of Calais and Vicinity, With Some Sketches of Jewish, Pagan, Mahometan, and Other Religions; Character of Bonaparte, Columbus, and Notaries[!].
1852
 

WHEELOCK, JOHN. Eulogium on the Rev. John Smith, D.D. Professor of the Learned Languages, at Dartmouth College. By the President.
1809
 

WRIGHT, NATHANIEL H. The Fall of Palmyra: and Other Poems.
1817
 

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