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General Washington's March [and] Yankee Doodle.

“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.

Liberty Seated on an Altar, Holding Medallion of Washington Being Crowned with a Laurel Wreath by a Flying Victory, with legend: "America Presenting at the Altar of Liberty Medallions of Her Illustrious Sons." [Description taken from Collins, 6]. 30" x 36". "Pink" on white. Full fringe on left side. Top & bottom trimmed. Pieced together in center, probably affecting 1/2".

Order of Public Exercises, February 22d, 1832 [Caption title].

ALSOP, RICHARD. A Poem; Sacred to the Memory of George Washington...

ANON. [The Cherry Tree Story]. The Love of Truth/ Mark The Boy. [Caption title]. Handkerchief of glazed cotton. Brown on white, aged to a cream color. 12.5" x 11.15".

BANCROFT, AARON. An Essay on the Life of George Washington...

BISHOP, WILLIAM & WI Chimacum and Port Townsend Cheese Factory, Logging, Cattle Business Accounts. Twenty Ledgers, 1859-1897, Over 2600 Pages in Total.

BRIDGE, MATTHEW. Two Partial Sermons Preached by Matthew Bridge, Later Known as “George Washington’s Chaplain,” Written June 12, 1760. One Sermon Preached in Sudbury, Massachusetts, March 28, 1762, and again in 1764. 23 pp. 3.75 x 6.25 inches. Hand sewn paper, partly disbound, edges chipped, half of one page missing.

COOPER, JAMES CLAREN Correspondence to James Clarence Cooper, 1899-1940 (Kentucky, Oregon, Washington). Approx. 165 handwritten letters in stamped postmarked envelopes, ink & pencil. Some covers torn, worn, generally good, legible.

DeVERE, WILLIAM. Tramp Poems of the West...Illustrated by G. La Fayette, from Original Designs by the Author.

DROWN, SOLOMON, M.D. An Oration, Delivered in the First Baptist Meeting-House, in Providence, {R.I.], at the Celebration, February 23, A.D. 1824, in Commemoration of the Birth-Day of Washington, and In Aid of the Cause of the Greeks.

FONTANES, LOUIS. Eloge Funebre de Washington; Prononce dans le temple de Mars, le 20 pluviose, an 8.


KNAPP, SAMUEL L. An Oration delivered before "The Associated Disciples of Washington," on the 22d of February, 1812. The First Anniversary of the Institution.

MORRIS, GOUVERNEUR. An Oration Upon the Death of General Washington.... Delivered at the Request of the Corporation of the City of New-York, on the 31st Day of December, 1799.

NORTHMORE, THOMAS. Washington, or Liberty Restored: a Poem, in Ten Books.

PAINE, THOMAS ROBERT An Eulogy on the Life of General George Washington, Who Died at Mount Vernon, December 14th, 1799...Written at the request of the citizens of Newburyport, and delivered...January 2nd, 1800.

RAWDON, RALPH Engrav Gen. George Washington. [Caption]. Stippled engraving, 8.75" x 10.75". Black & white, the collar & epaulets with light red coloring.

REED, ANNA C. Vie de George Washington. Pris de l'Anglais, et dedie a la Jeunesse Americaine. Par A.N. Girault, maitre de Francais. Cinquieme Edition.

WASHINGTON, GEORGE. Washington's Farewell Address [letters 3" high] to the People of the United States. [Caption title]. Broadside, 38" x 26." With two engravings, one a small oval laid on of Washington by Gideon Fairman from a drawing of Stuart, plus an engraving by Fairman from a drawing by T[homas] Sully. Script by Charles H. Parker, engraved by Charles Toppan. Signed in script at bottom by Fairman, B.H. Rand and Toppan.

WASHINGTON, GEORGE. Washington's Farewell Address to the People of the United States.

WASHINGTON. Odes To be sung at the celebration of Washington's Birth-Day, by the "Washington Benevolent Society of the County of Hampden," at Springfield, Feb. 22d, 1814. [Caption title]. 4to broadside, two odes in two columns, with typographical border between columns and at head & foot of text.

WEEMS, M.L. Das Leben des Georg Washington, mit sonderbaren anecdoten...

ZACCHIROLI, FRANCESC Versi. Engraved title leaf, with device.]

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