Albany: Joel Munsell, 1868. Folding map. xii, 521pp. + errata. 8vo, later 3/4 red morocco, edges of corners worn and bumped, spine ends lightly worn, edges of boards lightly worn, inner hinge strengthened. Albany: Joe Munsell, 1868. Limited First Edition Author held many political offices in Vermont, including Governor and United States Congressman. One of 50 copies on large paper. Howes H-68.
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Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1938. Illustrated. 337pp. tall 8vo, blue cloth, glassine d.w. which is taped to endpapers, tape residue on front flyleaf and back leave, d.w. chipped. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1938. Narratives of frontier life with a bibliography of travel and description in western PA, 1748-1830.
New York: Arno Press, 1971. Together with an Appendix, containing Revolutionary Journals and Letters, Hitherto Unpublished. Frontis. 176pp. 8vo, rebound in full polished brown calf, calf lightly soiled, head of spine moderately rubbed. (New York: Arno Press, 1971). Facsimile of the Albany, 1876 edition.
Washington: American Historical Association, 1908. Pages 239-572. 8vo, modern blue cloth, some pages with pencil annotations within the text or in margins, first blank page lightly soiled. (Washington: American Historical Association, 1908). Complete in itself. This work comprises volume two of the Annual Report of the American Historical Association for the Year 1906.
New York: Arno Press, 1968. in the Revolutionary War, by the British, and his consequent sufferings, and escape from the Jersey Prison Ship, then lying in the harbour of New York, by swimming. Illus. 316pp. 8vo, rebound in full green morocco with gilt decorations, spine faded from sun exposure. (New York: Arno Press, 1968). Very good Facsimile of the New York, 1864 edition.
Albany: Joel Munsell, 1885. from the seventh of September, to the twelfth of October, 1785, inclusive. To which is added the Dickinson-Harmar Correspondence of 1784-5. The whole illustrated with notes and preceded by a biographical sketch of Captain Heart by Consul Willshire Butterfield. xv, 94pp. 8vo, modern maroon cloth, foxing to endpapers, front flyleaf, and last blank page, otherwise very good. Albany: Joel Munsell, 1885. First Edition One of 150 copies. "First U. S. military expedition into the west." Howes H-379.
Boston: I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews, 1798. 388pp. 8vo, handsomely rebound in full blind stamped brown calf, red leather spine label, light browning to text. Ex-lib with a small blind stamp at bottom of title page. Boston: I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews, 1798. First Edition. Near fine. Author began his service in the Continental Army in Massachusetts as a brigadier-general, including at the Battle of Bunker Hill. During 1777 and 1778 Heath was commanding the Eastern District and...
New York: Henry & William Vought, 1865. Uncolored lithograph. Sheet measures 18.25" x 22.25" This commemorative patriotic lithograph by Henry and William Vought was issued following President Lincoln's assassination in April 1865. The portraits of each appear on the two sides with the Declaration of Independence below Washington and the Emancipation Proclamation below Lincoln. In the center is Columbia, the allegorical female personifying Liberty, is dressed in classical garb and a Phrygian cap, holding a laurel wreath above both men...
Albany: Joel Munsell, 1877. who traversed the wilderness of Maine from Cambridge to the St. Lawrence, in the autumn of 1775. Map. xiv, 198pp. Small 8vo, original brown cloth. Albany: Joel Munsell, 1877. Very good Author served under Benedict Arnold on Arnold's campaign to invade Canada. Henry survived the failed expedition and retreat. Howes H-423.