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Boston: Redding, 1844. Being a Series of Sketches Illustrative of Whims and Women in the 'Athens of America'. Hand-colored frontispiece, 2 additional colored plates. 56pp., short thin 4to, original dark brown moire silk (rebacked in plain brown cloth; scattered foxing). Boston: Redding and Company, 1844. Very scarce. Contains chapters on Sewing Circles, Popular Lectures, and Fancy Fairs.
Boston: 1794. from M. Bicker & Sons, wholesalers to Captain William Story. Boston, 1794. Fine with strong folds. "...Having appointed you commander of the Brig Harriot, our orders for you to proceed with the first fair wind to Cowes, England and when arrived to value upon our Mr. Martin Bicker. If he happens to be absent form Cowes, write immediately on to Him at London & ask of him his orders which will attend to in every respect...If it should.....
Boston: Rockwell and Churchill, 1881. 183pp. 8vo, original brown cloth, spine ends, top of front cover and edges of corners worn, cloth lightly soiled. Boston: Rockwell and Churchill, 1881. Most of the text is an appendix that lists the names of taxpayers in Boston, Brookline, and Chelsea for the years 1674, 1676, 1681, 1685, 1687, 1688, 1691, 1695 with an index of names.
Boston: Colonial Society, 1974. More than 170 black & white illlustrations. xv + 316pp., 8vo, blue cloth, d.w.; small inner portion of top and lower edge have minor dampstains, dust wrapper chipped,soiled. Boston: The Colonial Society of Massachusetts, (1974). A very good copy in a very good (-) dust wrapper.
357, pp. 8vo, handsomely rebound in new 1/2 calf and marbled boards, red morocco label; (some scattered foxing, otherwise internally very good). London: J. Almon, 1775. This volume contains important opinions and debates on the Boston Tea Party and Parliament's legislative response: The Coercive Acts. Pages 77-116 are on the reaction to the Boston Tea Party and the first Coercive Act which was the Boston Port Bill. This act closed the port of Boston to all imports and exports. Bostonians.....