Dover, NH: 1742. A rare memento from the War of Jenkins' Ear -- the first time that a Regiment of Colonial-American troops was raised and made part of the Regular British Army -- and sent to fight outside North America. Exceptional legal document signed "B. Wentworth," 1 page, 6.5 x 7.5 inches, written completely in the hand of James Jeffrey, clerk, Dover, New Hampshire, December 2, 1742, addressing the complaint of a widow whose husband was killed in military Service.....
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New York: A. Wittemann, 1890. Contains title page and 31 fine albertype photographs. oblong 12mo, decorated blue cloth, original blue tie, light foxing to title page. New York: A. Wittemann, 1890. First Edition. Printed by the Albertype Co., of New York City. Contains several images of Mount Washington's railroad and Summit House. Other views include Franconia Notch, Echo Lake, Bald Mountain, and Mt. Cannon.
Concord: Marsh Capen and Lyon, 1834. 212pp. 12mo, original cloth, paper label, spine ends and edges of corners worn, cloth lightly soiled and rubbed, some pages underlined in pencil, ex-lib, corners bumped, later ink annotations on front flyleaf and last blank pages, scatttered light foxing, mostly to margins. Concord: Marsh, Capen and Lyon, 1834. First Edition.
Boston: Nathaniel Noyes, 1856. Indian History and Traditions...To Which is added an Accurate Guide from New York and Boston to the White Mountains. 8 lithograph plates. 322pp. + 4pp. of ads. 12mo, original brown cloth, head of spine worn, light foxing throughout, mostly to margins. Boston: Nathaniel Noyes, 1856. In this printing, the third thousand, the folding map was not published. Several of the plates show the summit of Mount Washington.