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Philadelphia: Henry T. Coates, 1900. Many Illus. 503pp. Tall 8vo, original green cloth, some pages slightly wavy on bottom margins. Philadelphia: Henry T. Coates, 1900. Very good Includes Mount Vernon, the Bowne House of Flushing, New York, Monticello, the Manor of Philipsborough, Waynesborough, and the Schuyler Mansion.
New York: 1979. Interesting A.L.S., folio, 1 page with attached integral addressed panel, New York, September 21st 1797, to John Rensselear, tactfully requesting a large payment towards an unpaid bill and a final settlement of the whole in the course of the year, in part: "...Your brother, on the 21st of July called on me, and informed me, his coming to town was purely to acquaint me that you was gone to the West, and would return in September and.....
Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait, 1846. Engravings. 12mo, original green cloth, cloth lightly dampstained, lacks front flyleaf and last blank page, light foxing throughout, mostly in margins, pages slightly wavy throughout, edges of corners lightly worn. Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait, 1846. Chapters on different events in American history from Vikings settling in North America through the American Revolution.
Harrisburg: John Wyeth, 1811. 378 pages. + errata leaf. 12mo, contemporary calf, spine and cover worn, back cover lightly dampstained, light foxing throughout and scattered light browning. Harrisburgh: John Wyeth, 1811. First Edition The author was a prisoner in New York during the American Revolution. "...One (this work) of the best-known and most valuable historical sources for the period." DAB VII, p. 525. Howes G-344. Shaw & Shoemaker 22936.
New York: Privately Printed, 1922. Edited from the Original Manuscript with Notes by His Grandson, Isaac J. Greenwood. 6 plates. xxii, 8vo, blue cloth, pages margins uncut, corners lightly bumped, residue from tape on two blank preliminary pages, otherwise very good. New York: Privately Printed by the De Vinne Press, 1922. Limited First Edition Number one of an edition of 100 copies. John Greenwood joined the Continental army in Massachusetts as a fifer. He later served as a scout in.....
New York: Appleton, 1867. 25 engraved portraits of Distinguished Women. 481pp. 4to, modern black cloth, front cover warped, cloth lightly soiled, pages throughout are wavy, including plates. New York: Appleton, 1867. An interesting narrative of social life in the early days of independence. "The narrative stands among our important monuments." Samuel Osgood.
Boston: Little Brown, 1962. End-paper maps, frontispiece, and some black-and-white illustrations, 458 pages, top edge pink, thick 8vo, black blind-stamped cloth, dust wrapper (price clipped and some light edge-wear and sunned spine). Boston: Little Brown and Co., (1962). First edition. A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper. Published simultaneously in Canada.