Boston: Bowles and Dearborn, 1829. in the Months of February, March, April, and May, 1828. xv, 256pp. 8vo, rebound in modern 1/2 gray cloth, uncut, some pages lightly foxed, many pages lightly toned. Boston: Bowles and Dearborn, 1829. First Edition. Author was a pastor of the First Church in Beverly, Massachusetts. In 1828, he traveled to Cuba to recuperate from poor health. He arrived in Matanzas, where he stayed for two weeks. After a short visit to Havana, Abbot explored...
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Boston: Charles C. Little and James Brown, 1841. Frontispiece in each volume. 2 Vols. 12mo, original blind-stamped brown cloth, scattered light foxing, mostly in margins, edges of corners bumped, spine ends lightly worn and expertly repaired on both volumes, some top margins of volume II are chipped. Boston: Charles C. Little and James Brown, 1841. Third Edition.
New York: Arno Press, 1969. Folding map, 7 plates, some folding. 2 Vols. Thick 8vo, rebound in full green leather. (New York: Arno Press, 1969). Very good "Capt. Anburey served with Burgoyne, but this account of his travels was largely plagiarized from Burnaby, Smyth and Others." Howes A-226. Map depicts the United States from New Hampshire to Virginia. Facsimile of the London, 1789 edition.
La Haye: Jean Neaulme, 1743. 19 letters, complete in 6 volumes. , 442, ; , 431; , 433-907; , 913-1076, 202, 130; , 318, ; , 98, 114, 108 pages. Thick 12mos, full contemporary mottled calf with gilt spines; marbled endpapers and page edges; rubricated titles. La Haye: Chez Jean Neaulme, 1743-1748. First edition. A near fine set, very attractive and clean. Scarce - OCLC lists only 5 complete sets. Contains 19 letters, each with added separate title page, some bearing a second imprint: Amsterdam, Chez J. Desbordes, 1737-1753.
London: Benj. Tooke, 1702. 304 pages, square 8vo, contemporary paneled calf (edges worn), handsomely recased with blind stamped raised bands and a burgundy leather spine label. London: Benjamin Tooke, 1702. First Edition. Very good (+). A presentation copy from the editor, Robert Stevens, to Sir Edward Abney, inscribed on the front fly-leaf (stained), dated 1702. Also with the signature, dated 1712, of Abney's brother, Sir Thomas Abney, lord mayor of London. Bookplate of Charles James Fox, the noted statesman, orator...
Jackson: Mississippi Museum of Art, 2006. Illustrated in color. 167 pages, 4to, grey boards with tan cloth spine, die cut window revealing color image beneath. Jackson: Mississippi Museum of Art, 2006. A very near fine copy. Correspondence between O'Keeffe and her longtime conservator, Caroline Keck.