Concord: 1923. 71pp. 8v, cloth-backed boards. Concord, 1923.
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small 8vo, cloth. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, (1893). vg.
Concord: Luther Roby, 1830. Though His Cause Was Advocated in a Masterly Manner, by the Right Hon. Joseph Almon Clark Pray. By Philandros. Frontis. 168pp., 24mo, 1/2 brown calf, calf and boards rubbed, spine ends lightly worn, pages slightly wavy throughout, a few pages with a few pencil marks in margins, many pages with light foxing, mostly to margins, edges of board corners worn. Concord: Luther Roby, 1830. First Edition Curious self-defense of a New Hampshire minister accused of nearly...
Nashua: 1838. 2 pages (front and back), 9.75 x 8 inches, Nashua, October 25, 1838, apologizing to a constituent who is trying to secure an appointment as Purser in the U.S. Navy, in part: "...I do not have a personal acquaintence with Mr. [Hiram] Paulding and feel some delicacy about writing him directly on the subject..." Natural folds; very good(+) condition. Atherton was a Democratic politician from New Hampshire who served in both the Senate and the House of Representatives...
Boston: Appalachian Mountain Club. Many photo Illus., most in color. Folio, purple cloth, d.w. lightly soiled. Boston: Appalachian Mountain Club/New York Graphic Society, n.d., circa 1977.
Portland: Lefavor-Tower Company, 1910. Portland and Eastport, Maine. 404pp. 4to, 1/2 white cloth, last blank page with small chip on bottom. Portland: Lefavor-Tower Company, 1910. Diary covers the period from 1805 to 1835.
Washington: US Coast Survey, 1849. Map. Lithograph with modern hand coloring. 34" x 22 1/2". Exciting coast survey detailing the coast of New England from Narragansett Bay to Casco Bay, including Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, and Nantucket. Various triangulation points used in setting up the survey are shown. Minor stains upper left corner, lined with tissue paper. Alexander Dallas Bache (1806-1867) was an incredibly prolific surveyor, who worked as the superintendent of the United States Coast Survey, which was first...
Somersworth: New Hampshire Publishing, 1971. Ed. by E. J. Hanrahan. Illus. 8vo, pr. wrs. Somersworth: New Hampshire Publishing, 1971. Very good.
Nashua: Orren C. Moore, 1873. xxi, 799pp. 8vo, original brown cloth, spine ends and edges of covers worn, edges of corners worn and bumped, some pages with light foxing, mostly to margins, cloth lightly soiled. Nashua: Orren C. Moore, 1873. First Edition Papers include the whole administration of Gov. John Wentworth, the events immediately preceding the Revolutionary War, the losses at the Battle of Bunker Hill, and the record of all proceedings till the end of New Hampshire's provincial history...
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.
viii, 484pp. pp. 12mo, contemporary calf; (spine and front cover worn, first 2 blank leaves, title page, and last 3 leaves chipped in margin, light foxing throughout). Dover; (New-hampshire): Eliphalet Ladd, 1792. "He (Richard Burn) was a justice of the peace for the counties of Westmoreland and Cumberland (in England)... It (this work) is the most useful book ever published on the law relating to justices of the peace." Dictionary of National Biography III, p. 377. This printing is the...
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.
Notes and a biographical sketch by Charles Carroll Morgan. illus. 99pp. small 8vo, cloth. Boston, (1918).
Manchester: John B. Clarke, 1878. with records of the Centennial Proceedings at Northwood, and Genealogical Sketches. Plates, some of which are lithographs, portraits. , 790pp. 8vo, original brown cloth, spine ends worn, edges of corners lightly worn and lightly bumped, cloth lightly soiled, some pages with light foxing to margins, including some margins of portraits., inner hinge strengthened. Manchester: John B. Clarke, 1878. First Edition Pages 622-786 comprise the genealogical sketches of local families.
Concord: Historical Society, 1912. 32 plates, tissue guards. 132pp. 4to, 3/4 black morocco. Concord, 1912. First edition. Near Fine.
Frontis. 8vo, cloth, d.w. N.Y.: Dodd, Mead, (1978). vg.
ports., folding facsimile. thin 4to, cloth; (cloth lightly soiled, embossed stamp of previous owner on t.p.). N.Y.: New-York Historical Society, 1879.
Boston: Prince Society, 1887. Thick tall 8vo, rubricated title, 492pp., untrimmed and unopened. Rebound in grey cloth with the original printed wrappers bound in. Boston: The Prince Society, 1887. Near Fine. Howes D-169. Limited to one of 250 copies.
West Kennebunk: Phoenix Publishing, 1992. Photo Illus. 113pp. 8vo, pr. wrs., light foxing to wrappers. West Kennebunk: Phoenix Publishing, (1992). Very good Biography of Hattie Evans who lived on Mount Willard in the Crawford Notch of New Hampshire.
many engravings, 2 folding maps in back pocket, 3 maps in text. xv, 340pp. + ads. 4to, dec. cloth; (cloth lightly rubbed, otherwise very good). N.Y.: Harper, 1882. One of the folding maps is in color and depicts New Hampshire and Vermont.
Philadelphia: Anthony Finley, 1824. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 11 1/8" x 8 5/8". Beautiful map of New Hampshire divided into counties. Shows place names, major routes, topographical details and waterways. In maps from this period, New Hampshire was usually bundled together with Vermont. This is an uncommon map exclusively depicting New Hampshire. In very good condition. Minor foxing. Anthony Finley (c. 1790-1840) was a prominent American cartographic publisher in the early 19th century. This map was...
South Portland: Lighthouse Digest, 1991. Many Illus., most in color. Thin 4to, pr. wrs. (South Portland: Lighthouse Digest, 1991). Very good.
Exeter: New Hampshire Society of the Colonial Dames of America, 1937. Illus. 66pp. 8vo, original pr. wrs., ex-lib. Exeter: New Hampshire Society of the Colonial Dames of America, 1937.
Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1989. Illus. 538pp. 8vo, gray cloth, d.w. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, (1989). Very good.
Portsmouth: 1862. 1 page, 9.75 x 7.75 inches, Portsmouth, February 3, 1862. In this letter, Hackett advises a colleague of the particulars involving a court case, in part: "...Our Court adjourns on Saturday and Mr. Foule will attend at any day, the Caller Part...in Portsmouth...to take the testimony you propose..." Natural folds, several small stains in the upper right corner, and a closed tear at the bottom; very good(-) condition. United States Senator who represented the state of New Hampshire...