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Philadelphia: P.S. Duval Lith. 1850. Battle plan. Page measures 14.5 x 20.75 inches. This is an uncolored military survey outlining the operations of the US Army during the Battle of Molino del Rey. This battle was one of the bloodiest in the entire Mexican-American War, and was between General Antonio Leon and General William J. Worth. The Americans won this battle, but the loss of life was so severe that it might as well have been a defeat (this is.....
Mexico: Oficina de Dona Maria Fernandez de Jauregui, 1808. 16 unnumbered leaves. 16mo, disbound, margins trimmed. (Mexico): Reimpressa en la Oficina de Dona Maria Fernandez de Jauregui. Calle de Santo Domingo, 1808. Very good A popular collection of devotional meditations and prayers, first published in 1750. Palau 4 198.
Venice: Tasso, 1826. Map. Engraving with hand coloring. 15.75" x 11". In very good condition. Extensive explanatory text in Italian at bottom. The map is from Le Sage's "Atlante Storico, Geografico, Genealogico, Cronologico, e Letterario." It is in excellent condition with beautiful hand coloring and crisp lettering. Wide margins as issued. Emmanuel-Augustin-Dieudonné-Joseph, comte de Las Cases (1766--1842) was a French atlas-maker (aka Le-Sage) and author.
Provo: Brigham Young University, 1978. More than 50 figures, tables and maps, including 5 foldout maps. xii + 265pp., large 8vo, printed wrappers; ownership signature inside front cover, spine ends lightly worn, minor staining to front cover.Provo: Brigham Young University, 1978. A very good copy. Chapters by various authors. Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation: Number Forty.