Woodstock: Elm Tree Press, 1909. Preface by Edmund Lester Pearson. Facsimile frontis illustration. Thin 8vo, cloth-backed marbled boards with paper labels on spine and front cover; lightly edgeworn, corners bumped. Woodstock: Elm Tree Press, 1909. A very good copy. A very rare pamphlet first published in New Haven Connecticut in 1773 and now reprinted for the first time.
Albany: J. Munsell, 1857. against Ticonderoga and Crown Point. 1759. Folding map. xi, 220pp. 8vo, contemporary 3/4 brown morocco, spine ends lightly worn, edges of corners bumped and worn, some pages dampstained in margins. Albany: J. Munsell, 1857. First Edition One of 100 copies. Inscribed by Robert Townsend to his cousin. Townsend was a naval officer during the Mexican and Civil Wars. "He (Townsend) was the owner of the most valuable private library in Albany." Dictionary of American Biography XVIII, page 621. Howes W-544.
New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1885. 20 maps and plates, some of the maps are folding. 2 Vols. 8vo, original green cloth, ex-lib, cloth lightly soiled on both volumes, corners lightly bumped on both volumes, foxing to Frontis. and title-page margin in both volumes, inner hinges strengthened in volume II. New York: Dodd, Mead, (1885). First Edition. "A pioneer work of highest grade...The author analyzes the episode of the Revocation, the flight from various parts of France, the refuge...
Paris: Firmin Didot, 1829. folding map that is partially colored. 485pp. 8vo, later half black morocco, boards worn on edges of corners and bottom edges, moderate foxing throughout, not affecting map, spine ends and boards lightly rubbed. Paris: Firmin Didot, 1829. First Edition "Barbe-Marbois represented France in the preliminary negotiations with the United States on the Louisiana purchase and his book is one of the main sources on that subject. It shows that in the claim by the United States...
Cambridge: University Press, 1969. 2 folding maps, Iillus. 2 Vols. 8vo, blue cloth, d.w. and cloth of volume I are dampstained, d.w. and cloth of volume II are lightly soiled, 2 inch tear in d.w. of volume II. Cambridge: At the University Press, 1969. The Hakluyt Society, Second Series, Nos. CXXXVI and CXXXVII.
Richmond: Dietz Press, 1946. Known one Time well & favourably as the Lordship & Mannour of Pelham. Also the Story of the three modern Villages called the Pelhams. Illus. and maps, some folding. xv, 190pp. 8vo, red cloth, pages slightly wavy throughout, a few plates with a small amount of foxing to margins. Richmond: Dietz Press, 1946.