Engraving. Page measures 10 1/4" x 13". This colorful engraving depicts the surprise attack by the French against the British at St. Eustache in 1781 during the American Revolution. St. Eustache, the Dutch owned island in the Caribbean was a major port and trading post during the Revolution and at this time was ultimately captured by the French thus ending British control. The hand coloring distinguishes the French and British uniforms showing the French overpowering the battle scene. Colonial architecture.....
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New York: Arno Press, 1971. on the River Mississippi, and the Floridas; The Countries of the Creek Nations; and Many Uninhabited Parts. 105pp. + errata page. 8vo, rebound in full brown morocco with gilt decorations, spine lightly sunned, bottom edges of covers lightly rubbed. (New York: Arno Press, 1971). Very good Facsimile of the Richmond, 1792 edition.
London: T. Cadell, 1776. , 126 pages. Small 8vo, disbound and now in modern wrappers; lacks last 2 pages of appendix; small amount of light foxing to half-title page. London: T. Cadell, 1776. Second Edition Before the American Revolution, Price had been acquainted with Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Paine, and John Adams. In this work, Price advocates for the rights of the American Colonies and was against British political policies towards the American Colonies. This work went through many.....
Washington: 1904. Reproduced in facsimile from manuscripts in the Library of Congress, written and attested by Jonas Fay, Clerk of the Conventions, with other documents and an explanatory statement. Facsimiles. 77pp. Folio, original 1/2 tan cloth, edges of corners worn, cloth spotted, boards lightly soiled, inner hinges strengthened. Washington, 1904.
Albany: J. Munsell, 1863. 4to, contemporary 3/4 green morocco, original wrappers bound in, page margins uncut, covers warped, morocco scuffed, edges of corners worn. (Albany: J. Munsell), 1863. One of 199 copies. Reprints of Joseph Reed's," Remarks on a Late Publication in the Independent Gazetteer" that was first published in 1783 and John Cadwalader's "A Reply to General Joseph Reed's Remarks on a Late Publication in the Independent Gazetteer" that was first published in 1783. There is also a 12.....
New York: Arno Press, 1971. 336pp. 8vo, rebound in full green morocco with gilt decorations, spine faded from sun exposure. (New York: Arno Press, 1971).. Very good Esther de Berdt moved from England when she married Joseph Reed of Pennsylvania. She became a patriot during the American Revolution and led the Ladies of Philadelphia, the largest women's organization of the American Revolution. The author was her grandson. Facsimile of the Philadelphia, 1853 edition.
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.