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Philadelphia: John Fenno, 1790. 4pp. 3 columns per page. Folio, uniformly toned, almost completely separated at the spine, some light dampstaining to all pages, slightly chipped on left margin of front page. Philadelphia: John Fenno, 1790. Contains an article of the first meeting of Congress on December 6, 1790 at the temporary capital at Philadelphia since it's move from New York City. "...Monday last being the day appointed for the meeting of the National legislature, in this city, now the.....
Albany: University of the State of New York, 1902. 720pp. Small 4to, original 1/2 green cloth, ex-lib, edges of boards worn. Albany: University of the State of New York, 1902. Calendar of the executive minutes of the New York colonial council. Ex libris from the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of New York.
Brooklyn: 1868. Beautifully illustrated with 9 color lithograph plates, one of which is double-page, and 2 b/w engraved plates. Folding map. iv, 96 pages. Slim 4to, original brown cloth boards, expertly rebacked with modern brown cloth and paper label, edges of corners worn, back cover with a small area of light soiling near top, page margins uncut. Brooklyn, 1868. Limited First Edition -- one of 110 copies. A scarce book, with the last copy sold at auction recorded in 1927.....
Augusta: Badger and Manley, 1880. 29pp. in double columns. 8vo, early 20th century library cloth, ex-lib, spine and edges of corners worn, previous owner's ink annotations in margin of half-title page and margin of page 3 with one sentence underlined on page 3. Augusta: Badger and Manley, 1880. First Edition Author joined the Continental Army at the age of seventeen. He served throughout the war, including the Battles of Bunker Hiill, Saratoga, and Yorktown. Ex libris from the Royal United.....
Cambridge: Riverside, 1896. Hundreds of portraits, maps, views, facsimiles, etc. 2 volumes. xxxviii + 351 pages and xxiii + 321 pages. Thick 8vo, white cloth-backed boards with paper spine label; some pages unopened, edges untrimmed, covers dust soiled, two dampstains rear cover of volume II. Cambridge: Printed at the Riverside Press, 1896. Large paper edition. Internally clean and bright, a very good set. Spines are sun-darkened, still very good. Number 194 of 250 copies.
Cambridge: Riverside, 1898. More than 150 illustrations: portraits, maps, views, facsimiles, etc. xxxvii + 395 pages. Thick 8vo, white cloth-backed boards with paper spine label; some pages unopened, minor dust soiling. Cambridge: Printed at the Riverside Press, 1898. Large paper edition. Sun-darkened spine but internally fine, a very good(+) copy. Number 194 of 250 copies.
New York: William Abbatt, 1903. 3 plates. 8vo, two-toned cloth, cloth lightly soiled, wood-pulp paper that has evenly browned throughout. New York: William Abbatt, 1903. Author was a lieutenant in the 17th Connecticut Regiment. This diary was kept from August 22, 1776 to December 15, 1777 while he was kept on a British prison ship.
New York: John F. Fleming. Proclamation of the Louisiana Purchase signed by Jefferson and Madison with the Seal of the United States. Facsimiles. 54pp. 4to, pr. wrs. New York: John F. Fleming, n.d., circa 1976. Near Fine Auction catalogue. Several documents described in this catalogue were by or to George Washington.