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Fredericksburg Rail Road Only. Confederate States of America. War Department. Richmond. (May 22), 1864. Permission is granted...
1864
 

“Home of Washington, Mount Vernon, Va.” Large Cabinet Card of Exterior Showing Tour Group. "Friend's Excursion...1st Mo. 1889". 13.5" x 10.5" overall, image 7.5" x 11". Sepia tones, slightly faded, tear on board not affecting photo. Chipping on corners of board.
1889
 

Patent Rights and Territory Deed, signed William W. Jackson to William Lowther. Lewis County, Virginia. Sept 28, 1831. Docketed. Sheet 8.5 x 13 inches. 1 p. Ink. Backed with archival tissue. Slight edge fraying.
1831
 

Memorandum of Farm Agreement. Buckingham County, Virginia. March 24, 1878. Signed by William Toney, James Toney, and attested by Charles Toney. Docketed "Toney & Toney agreement". Half sheet, 6 x 7.75 in. Browned, small hole, no loss. Bright ink.
1878
 

Deed between Meriwether Lewis's Mother (Lucy Marks) and Her Son, Reuben Lewis. December 3, 1823. Albemarle County (Virginia). Signed by Lucy Marks. Docketed and recorded January 5, 1824. 7.75 x 13 inches. 1 1/2 pp. Pages browned, previous folds. Bright ink.
1823
 

ADAMS, C.B. First-Second-Third Annual Report of the Geology of the State of Vermont.
1845
 

ANDERSON, ROBERT M. The Student's Review; or, Examinations on Therapeutics, Materia Medica, and Pharmacy. Adapted Especially to the Course of Lectures Delivered in the University of Pennsylvania.
1845
 

ASHBY, A. Lee at Jackson's Grave. A Poetical Souvenir. 32 lines of verse, with two borders. Fine.
1870
 

BADGER, GEORGE E. Address Delivered Before the Philanthropic and Dialectic Societies, at Chapel Hill, N.C., June 26, 1833.
1833
 

BARNETT, JOHN W. Instructions for Using John W. Barnett's Patent Process for Curing Leaf Tobacco. Patented January 7th. 1879. [Caption title]. Broadside, 12" x 8.5". Printed in three columns.
1879
 

BOSHER, KATE LEE. "Bobbie." By Kate Cairns.
1899
 

BURKE, WILLIAM. The Rudiments of Latin Grammar, founded on the definitions and rules of Thomas Ruddiman...
1832
 

BURWELL, WILLIAM M. White Acre vs. Black Acre. A Case at Law. Reported by J.Q. Esq. [pseud.], a Retired Barrister, of Lincolnshire, England.
1856
 

BYRD, WILLIAM. The Westover Manuscripts: Containing the History of the Dividing Line Betwixt Virginia and North Carolina; A Journey to the Land of Eden, A.D. 1733, and a Progress to the Mines. Written from 1728 to 1736, and Now First Published.
1841
 

CHAMBERS, DAVID. ALS, “per favor John Atcheson, Washington.” Concerns a Land Purchase in Ohio County, Virginia. Philadelphia, May 13, 1790. 13” x 16,” folded in half, 1 p., docketed “Col. David Chambers." Ink, browned, folds, slight tears at folds.
1790
 

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
 

CONFEDERATE. By-Laws and List of Members of Richmond Randolph Lodge No. XIX, Ancient York Masons.
1864
 

DAVIS, JEFFERSON. President's Message. [Caption title.]
1864
 

DIMMOCK, CHARLES H. The Modern: a Fragment.
1866
 

EPES, BRANCH J. University of Virginia Law School Notes. December 13, 1850 to April 23, 1853. (Charlottesville, Virginia). Notebook 6.5 x 8 inches. 175 pp. Marbled board covers. Covers sound, but rubbed. Pages intact, ink bright, last few pages scribbled on by author.
1850
 

FAULKNER, CHARLES J. To the Voters of Frederick County. Fellow Citizens:--I have consented to have my name placed before you, as a candidate to represent you in the next congress of the United States [Caption title & partial text]. 4to. broadside. Printed in two columns, signed in type by Charles J. Faulkner at Winchester, dated March 8, 1833, at conclusion. Lightly dust-soiled, pale stain affecting perhaps one-third of the left-hand margin and column of text. Neatly silked on verso. Withal, about very good.
1833
 

FAULKNER, CHARLES JA The Speech of Charles Jas. Faulkner, (of Berkeley) in the House of Delegates of Virginia, on the Policy of the State with Respect to Her Slave Population. Delivered January 20, 1832.
1832
 

FITZHUGH, GEORGE. Cannibals All! Or, Slaves Without Masters.
1857
 

GILES, WILLIAM B. Mr. Clay's Speech Upon the Tariff: or The "American System," So Called; or The Anglican System, in fact, introduced here; And perverted in its most material bearing upon Society, by the omission of a system of Corn Laws, for the protection of Agriculture. Mr. Giles' Speech Upon the Resolutions of Inquiry in the House of Delegates of Virginia, in Reply to Mr. Clay's Speech: Also, His Speech in Reply to Gen. Taylor's....
1827
 

HARRISON, JESSE BURT Review of the Slave Question...Based on the Speech of Th. Marshall, of Fauquier: Showing That Slavery Is the Essential Hindrance to the Prosperity of the Slave-Holding States; With Particular Reference to Virginia. Though applicable to other States where Slavery exists. By a Virginian.
1833
 

HENKEL, DR. SOLOMON. Tinctura Aralie Composita. Compound Tincture of Aralia....This tincture is a powerful antiseptic...prepared only in New-Market, Shenandoah, Va.... [Caption title & partial text]. 8vo. broadside.
1835
 

HENKEL, SOLOMON. Group of Five Small Broadside Circulars Advertising Botanic Remedies Offered by the Henkel family of New Market, Virginia. About fine.
1835
 

HOUSTON, ADDISON CHA Hugh Harrison, (A Mulatto).
1890
 

MAXWELL, WILLIAM Edi
1848
 

McDANIEL, JOHN ROBIN To the Citizens of Lynchburg and Campbell Co. [Caption title]. Broadside, 7.5" x 7.5."
1865
 

MELMOTH, WILLIAM. The Great Importance of a Religious Life Considered. To which are added, Prefatory Observations on the Credibility of the Christian Religion...
1802
 

MILLER, SAMUEL. A Sermon, Delivered January 19, 1812...to Express Their Condolence with the Inhabitants of Richmond, [Va.] on the Late Mournful Dispensation of Providence in That City.
1812
 

MORDECAI, SAMUEL. Richmond in By-Gone Days: Being Reminiscences of An Old Citizen.
1856
 

MUNFORD, WILLIAM. General Index to the Virginian Law Authorities, Reported by Washington, Call, Hening and Munford Jointly, and Munford Separately. With Notes. In One Volume.
1819
 

MUNFORD, WILLIAM. Poems, and Compositions in Prose on Several Occasions.
1798
 

NEAD, PETER. Primitive Christianity, or a Vindication of the Word of God.
1834
 

PARKER, JUDGE. Alexander Pilcher vs. William Spencer. Unsigned Holograph Transcript of Document in Virginia Law Case, April 1833, Circuit Inferior Court of Law and Chancery, Wood County, Virginia (now West Virginia). 4to. Ink. Folded. Waterstains, browned, slight tears at folds, edges frayed.
1833
 

ROBERTS, RICHARD. Autobiography. Kansas, 1895. Narrative ends in 1870s. A few pages missing at back of book. Small folio. Ink. 186 pp. Lined pages, orig. cloth. Very legible.
1895
 

RUFFIN, EDMUND. Anticipations of the Future, to Serve as Lessons for the Present Time. In the Form of Extracts of Letters from an English Resident in the United States, to the London Times, from 1864 to 1870. With an Appendix, on the Causes and Consequences of the Independence of the South.
1860
 

RUFFIN, FRANK G. The Negro as a Political and Social Factor. [Wrapper title].
1888
 

SPEECE, CONRAD. The Mountaineer. Second Edition, Revised and Improved.
1818
 

TAPLIN, WILLIAM. A Compendium of Practical and Experimental Farriery...for the Convenience of the Gentleman, the Farmer, the Groom, and the Smith...to Insure the Prevention, as well as to ascertain the Cure of Disease.
1803
 

TATE, JOSEPH. A Digest of the Laws of Virginia, Which Are of a Permanent Character and General Operation; Illustrated by Judicial Decisions: to which is Added, an Index of the Names of the Cases in the Virginia Reporters.
1823
 

TUCKER, HENRY ST. GE Commentaries on the Laws of Virginia, Comprising the Substance of a Course of Lectures Delivered to the Winchester Law School. In Two Volumes.
1836
 

WALLER, A. A Drop of Mercy, from the Bright Cloud of Righteousness: Containing, I. A view of the state of Religion...prior to the last revival....IV. Some remarks on the regular support of Gospel Ministers.
1818
 

WARNER, SAMUEL. Authentic and Impartial Narrative of the Tragical Scene Which Was Witnessed in Southampton County (Virginia) on Monday the 22d of August Last, When Fifty-Five of its Inhabitants (mostly women and children) were inhumanly Massacred by the Blacks! Communicated by those who were eye witnesses of the bloody scene, and confirmed by the confessions of several of the Blacks while under Sentence of Death.
1831
 

WASHINGTON, BUSHROD. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Appeals of Virginia. Vol. I-II (all).
1798
 

WATTERS, WILLIAM. A Short Account of the Christian Experience, and Ministerial Labours, of William Watters. Drawn Up By Himself.
1806
 

WEST, MRS. JANE. A Tale of the Times....in Two Volumes.
1801
 

WHARTON, JOHN. The Virginia Wreath; or Original Poems.
1814
 

WISE, HENRY A. The Lecompton Question, Governor Wise's Tammany, Philadelphia and Illinois Letters...by a Virginia Democrat. [Wrapper title: not present].
1858
 

WOOD, JAMES. Land Office Treasury Warrant Deed for Harrison County, Signed by James Wood, Lt. Governor of Virginia. November 18, 1796. Vellum document, 12” x 14." Printed & holograph. Official seal. Verso “Eli Judson 10,000 acres. Harrison County. Recorded Book No. 35, page 697." Witness “Wm Trice” (?) Folds, slight fading, slight wear at folds, otherwise fine.
1796
 

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