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New York: Charles Heartman. Color Frontis. 69pp. 8vo, tan boards with paper label on front cover, small bump to bottom edge of front cover, small areas of wear to bottom edges of covers, pages partially unopened. New York: Charles Heartman, n.d., circa 1912. First American Edition. One of 320 copies. "After many hardships in Pennsylvania as an indentured servant, served awhile in the American army, then deserted to the Hessians." Howes B-939.
Milan: Charta, 1997. Hundreds of full page color plates and other illustrations. 425 pages. Thick, heavy 4to, stiff pictorial wrappers, minor rubbing to covers and faint creases to spine, Milano: Edizioni Charta, (1997). Internally fine, a very good(+) copy with red ink ownership name of Nan Rosenthal, the curator of modern art the Metropolitan Museum and National Gallery, on half-title page. Venezia Contemporaneo.
4 maps and plans, two on one sheet laid in as issued; illus. 144pp. 4to, cloth; (partially unopened). Houston: Anson Jones Press, 1936. vg One of 750 copies of this first edition in English. Written by a German nobleman to provide information to his fellow countrymen who were planning to emigrate. Raines p. 42.
New London: Cady & Eells, 1806. 330 pages. 12mo, full contemporary calf; bottom right corner bumped, covers worn at corners and edges, spine blackened and label missing, end page loose, pages toned with some foxing throughout, final four pages torn but text remains legible. New London: Cady & Eells, 1806. Second Connecticut edition. A very good(-) copy. Early American imprint.