Londonderry: 1831. Fine content A.D.S., folio, 1 page, Londonderry, January 14, 1831, an affidavit by pub owner John Aiken to the Committee opposing the roadway that would pass his establishment, in part: "...I John Aiken keep a Public House in Londonderry on the road leading from Charter to Manchester - am well acquainted with the road all the way and think myself and have frequently heard the teamsters and other travelers remark that with some trifling attention in the town...
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1822. 40pp. 8vo, later 3/4 roan, spine and edges of corners worn, some pages with foxing, mostly to margins, page margins uncut. N.p., (Montpelier?), 1822. First Edition Heman Allen, the plaintiff, was awarded $4500.00 in damages from the defendants, Silas Hathaway and Uziel Pierson. The case was heard before the Vermont Supreme Court. Silas Hathaway petitioned the legislature of Vermont to grant him a new trial after the Vermont Supreme Court denied his request. Heman Allen argued that if the...
Philadelphia: John Conrad & Co., 1805. Map. Uncolored engraving. Image measures 9.75" x 8". This map depicts the state of Vermont. The boundaries of Lake Champlain and the Connecticut River set the state off from the surrounding land, which is left unlabeled to isolate and highlight its detail. Denotes towns, counties and topographical features, all in beautiful detail. The map is in good condition with original platemark visible. Drawn by Samuel Lewis and engraved by D. Fairman. The map is...
Burlington: Free Press, 1893. 143 Illus. 8vo, green cloth, cloth lightly soiled, corners bumped, some margins lightly soiled or dampstained, including title-page. Burlington: Free Press, 1893.
Springfield: Altrurian Club of Springfield Vermont, 1922. Illus. 8vo, green cloth, bottom of spine and edges of corners lightly worn. Springfield: (Altrurian Club of Springfield Vermont), 1922. Historic events of Springfield, Vermont.
Rutland: Tuttle, 1928. Illus. 197pp. 4to, green cloth, cloth lightly soiled, scattered neat underlining in red pencil, otherwise very good. Rutland: Tuttle, 1928. A genealogical summary of the families who have lived along the New York border in Vermont, and their connection with those who have lived over the line in New York. Laid in is a 8 page supplement on the Salem and Rupert Hopkins Families.
Plattsburgh: J. W. Tuttle, 1852. A. D. 1777, before and after. Also Short Biographies of Lieutenant Samuel Allen and Dr. Jacob Roebeck. In addition some reminiscences of Lake Champlain, reprinted in part. 32pp. + errata slip. 8vo, beautifully bound in modern 1/2 red morocco, a few words in pencil in margin of one page, slightly underlined on a few pages, margins of title page and last page are lightly soiled. Plattsburgh: J. W. Tuttle, 1852. Ebenezer Allen served with Ethan...
Derby Line, Vermont: 1866. 2 pages (front and back), 7.75 x 5 inches, Derby Line, Vermont, September 24, 1866. Written upon his return from a fact-finding trip to the South, in part: "...On my return from the South...your esteemed foras was placed in my hand. I have no claim to be called a Statesman...my only ambition centers in name of a faithful representation..." Usual folds; near fine condition. Vermont Republican Congressman during the Civil War.
Brattleboro: George H Salisbury, 1846. 396pp. 12mo, contemporary calf, spine rebacked in modern brown cloth with paper label, front hinge crudely strengthened, edges of corners worn, calf rubbed, scattered light foxing, mostly to margins. Brattleboro: George H. Salisbury, 1846. First Edition Inscribed by Lydia Beckley, the author's widow. This work was completed by Hosea Beckley, but he died before it was published. Sabin 4252.
Bennington: Darius Clark, 1815. 12 unnumbered leaves. 12mo, sewn, page margins uncut, first and last leaves lightly soiled, last leaf chipped on right and with a small hole near top of text with the loss of some text. Bennington: Darius Clark, (1815). Drake 13570. Shaw & Shoemaker 34676.
Montpelier: Watchman and Journal Press, 1882. Montpelier, Vt., November 2, 1882. 31pp. 8vo, pr. wrs., spine ends worn, wrappers lightly soiled. Montpelier: Watchman and Journal Press, 1882.
Hanover: University Press of New England, 1973. 8vo, green cloth, cloth lightly soiled, upper right corner margins lightly dampstained throughout. Hanover: University Press of New England, 1973.
Manchester: Town of Manchester, 1961. Tall 8vo, green cloth. Manchester: Town of Manchester, 1961. Signed by both authors. In addition, laid in is a autographed letter signed by Nancy Otis. With some pen annotations by a previous owner in the margin, otherwise very good.
Manchester: Southern Vermont Arts Center, 2000. Color and b/w Illus. Square 4to, pr. wrs., wrappers lightly soiled. Manchester: Southern Vermont Arts Center, 2000.
Boston: Bradford, Thomas Gamaliel, 1835. Map. Engraving with original hand outline coloring. Image measures 10" x 7.75". Nice map of New Hampshire and Vermont divided into counties. Details towns and waterways. Minor scattered foxing, mainly to margins. Small chip to left edge. T.G. Bradford (1802-1887) was a Boston based publisher. He worked as assistant editor of the American Encyclopedia before entering the field of map making.
Boston: T.G. Bradford, 1838. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 14.5 x 11". This map of Vermont is a portrait of the state in 1838 divided into counties. Cities are labeled and topography noted with elevation by hachure. The map identifies Killington Peak, a popular ski resort today. Maps exclusively depicting Vermont from this period are not common as the state was usually paired along with New Hampshire. The map appeared in the 1838 large-folio edition of Bradford's...
Philadelphia: George S. MacManus Company, 1960. Map. 8vo, red cloth, several pages creased in right margin, otherwise very good. Philadelphia: George S. MacManus Company, 1960. History of the admittance of the State of Vermont and the failure of the admittance of the proposed states of Westmoreland, Franklin, and Transylvania.
Hanover: University Press of New England, 1974. Maps. 8vo, red cloth, d.w. lightly soiled, slightly chipped, and rubbed. Hanover: University Press of New England, 1974.
New York: Wm. Hall & Co., 1835. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 12.5" x 10.25". Great map of Vermont and New Hampshire divided into counties. Shows towns, major routes, waterways and topographical features. Light scattered foxing, small chip to lower right corner.
New York: Putnam, 1869. 3 original mounted photographs, 5 folding maps, Illus. 12mo, original green cloth, edges of corners bumped and worn. New York: Putnam, 1869.
Montpelier: Vemont Historical Records Survey, 1939. Prepared by the Vermont Historical Records Survey. Map. 72pp. 8vo, pr. wrs., spine rebacked with black cloth, ex-lib. Montpelier: Vermont Historical Records Survey, 1939.
Rutland: Tuttle, 1872. on...October 8, 1872. 127pp. 8vo, original blue cloth, cloth soiled, spine ends and edges of corners lightly worn, corners bumped, scattered light foxing. Rutland, Tuttle, 1872.
Montpelier: Freeman Printing, 1862. 22 pages. Slim 8vo, original printed wrappers, wrappers lightly soiled, wrappers and pages in right margin just barely dampstained throughout. Montpelier: Freeman Printing, 1862.
Rutland: Tuttle, 1927. 6 pages. 8vo, printed wrappers, wrappers lightly soiled, small dampstain in lower right corner margins throughout. Rutland: Tuttle, 1927. First Edition First 3 pages comprise the poem and the last 3 pages are historical footnotes by the author on the Hubbardton Battle. Author was a noted Vermont poet and printer.
Brattleboro: Stephen Daye Press, 1941. Structures Remaining in Vermont. Many photo Illus. 4to, green cloth, pages throughout are slightly wavy, otherwise very good. Brattleboro: Stephen Daye Press, (1941).