3 hand colored folding copperplate maps. 228pp. 8vo, 1/2 morocco: (rubbed, front cover detached). London: R. Baldwin, 1763. First edition. "This work is a classic in the field of colonial and Caribbean literature, embodying as it does one of the clearest statements of eighteenth century philosophy regarding the relations which should exist between a metropole and its outlying possessions." Ragatz, p. 284. Maps depict the Lesser Antilles and Grenada. Sabin 10232. Kress 6081.
Garden City: Doubleday, 1958. Illustrated. Slim 4to, 63 pp. Garden City: Doubleday (1958). Some light wear to edges. In very good condition. A pamphlet that was from a world book set that included: Venezuela, Burma, Japan and Virgin Islands. Published with cooperation from the American Geographical Society. Comes with 29 labels to place throughout the pamphlet.
Portland, Maine: 1812. 1 page, 10 x 8 inches, Portland, Maine, August 6, 1812. Interesting merchant's letter written during the War of 1812 while under British occupation, requesting an accounting based on an unpaid invoice, in part: "...shipped on board the Schooner Eagle...twenty jugs of the extract of the bark of Angostura, which I consigned to the House of Mssrs. Anth, Merchants in Havana...which has arrived out...but I have not received any remittance on account of it yet. My orders...