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New York: Arno Press, 1969. Translated by William L. Stone. Frontis. 2 volumes. 8vo, rebound in full red morocco with gilt decorations, small areas of light rubbing, mostly on top edges and edges of corners on both volumes, spines lightly sunned on both volumes. (New York: Arno Press, 1969). Very good Facsimile of the Albany, 1868 edition.
Albany: Weed-Parson Printing, 1897. folding map, facsimile, Illus. 261pp. 4to, original blue decorated cloth, page margins uncut, spine worn and repaired, spine ends repaired in new blue cloth, edges of corners worn, cloth lightly soiled. Albany: Weed, 1897. First Edition. Tipped in compliments card with James Roberts signature. Lists officers and enlisted men who served from New York State. Internally, a tight bright copy.
Paris: Chez Moutard, 1783. viii, 224. 8vo, contemporary marbled wrappers, page margins uncut, spine worn, wrappers rubbed, scattered light foxing, laid in a modern 1/2 white cloth folder that is lightly soiled. A Philadelphie, et se trouve A Paris: Chez Moutard, 1783. Author served as a chaplin to the French Army in 1781 and witnessed their military activities including the Battle of Yorktown. Howes R-361. Sabin 72032. Clark I: 298.
New York: Arno Press, 1969. Allied Armies, under his Excellency General Washington, and the Count de Rochambeau, in the Year 1781. Frontis. 112pp. 8vo, rebound in full white polished calf with gilt decorations, spine sunned, calf lightly soiled. (New York): Arno Press, 1969). Author was a chaplain in the French army during the American Revolution. Facsimile of the Philadelphia, 1783 edition.
New York: Arno press. Extracted and Translated form the French by M. W. E. Wright. 114pp. 8vo, rebound in full polished calf with gilt decorations, spine and top of front cover are lightly sunned. N.p., (New York: Arno Press?), n.d., circa 1968. Very good Facsimile of the Paris, 1838 edition. On the spine, the author's name is spelled, "Rouchambeau."
Philadelphia: 1937. memorable autographs of all the signers. In the great assembly room of Independence Hall, Philadelphia, where the Declaration was signed. Presented for Public Exhibition by Dr. A. S. W. Rosenbach. 30pp. 8vo, pr. wrs., wrappers lightly soiled, one page creased in the upper right corner. Philadephia, 1937. Ex libris of the American Philosophical Society.
Boston: Warden & Russell, 1784. Printed in 3 columns. 4pp. 4to, removed from a bound volume, light foxing, lacks top half of left column of text of last page. (Boston): Warden & Russell, 1784. On pages 2 and 3, in one and 1/2 columns, is a reprint of a letter from Governor Thomas Chittenden of Vermont to the President of the United States Congress. Governor Chittenden comments on the troubles between New York State and Vermont, "...Vermont does not wish...
Partly printed Document (unsigned) ... a bill for Thomas Stearns for advertisements placed in the Columbian Centinel, Boston, completely in Russell's hand, c. 1820. Evenly toned and in very good condition. Accompanied by a vintage 19th century steel engraving titled "Last Moments of Major Andre". Both items are in very good condition. Benjamin Russell, american publisher, is best remembered for enlisting in the Revolutionary War in 1780, choosing to take the place of his employer Isaiah Thomas. On October 2nd...
Baltimore: Charles C. Saffell, 1894. Names of the Officers and Privates of Regiments, Companies, and Corps, with the Dates of Their Commissions and Enlistments...with a List of Distinguished Prisoners of War; The Time of Their Capture, Exchange, Etc. Frontis. 555pp. 8vo, original maroon cloth, spine ends worn, ex-lib, spine repaired, corners lightly bumped. Baltimore: Charles C. Saffell, 1894. Author was a counsellor and agent for Revolutionary claims. Ex libris from the Rhode Island State Library with their withdrawal stamp. Howes S-10.
Paris: 1779. xiv, 336pp. 8vo, original plain wrappers, page margins uncut, spine worn, wrappers lightly soiled. Philadelphie [i.e. Paris], 1779. Ouvrage dans leguel on traite du gouvernement des anciennes republiques, de leur droit public, avec des observations sur les colonies des nations modernes, and la conduite des Anglois en Amerique. Work was published in Paris, with an inaccurate Philadelphia imprint because its last chapter is on the American Revolution. Most of the work is a comparison of the government of...
Albany: J. Munsell, 1860. xxi, 199pp. 8vo, contemporary 3/4 brown morocco, spine rubbed, edge of corners worn. Albany: J. Munsell, 1860. First Edition One of 150 copies. Joseph Stansbury, a British citizen, lived in Philadelphia during the American Revolution. He was the main intermediary between John Andre and Benedict Arnold. Dr. Odell assisted Joseph Stansbury with translating ciphers and decoding letters between Arnold and Andre. Sabin 90375.