A Noteworthy Collection of American Historical Prints

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Lot 1
John Raphael Smith, engraver; after Joseph Wright.
The Widow of an Indian Chief Watching the Arms of Her Deceas'd Husband.

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Lot 2
David Edwin, engraver; after Edward Savage.
The Landing of Christopher Columbus.

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Lot 3
John Hall, engraver; after West.
William Penn's Treaty with the Indians, when he Founded the Province of Pensylvania.

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Lot 4
James Moore, engraver; after Giacomo Amiconi.
America! of Wealth thou Modern Mine.

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Lot 5
[After George Heap.]
The East Prospect of the City of Philadelphia in the Province of Pennsylvania.

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Lot 6
Pierre Canot, engraver; after Thomas Howdell.
A South West View of the City of New York, in North America.

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Lot 7
Pierre Canot, engraver; after Thomas Howdell.
A South East View of the City of New York.

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Lot 8
(FRENCH & INDIAN WAR.) Pierre Canot, engraver; after Ince.
A View of Louisburg in North America . . . when that City was Besieged.

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Lot 9
(FRENCH & INDIAN WAR.) Purcell, engraver; after Reynolds.
Sir Jeffrey Amherst . . . Commander in Chief of His Majesty's Forces in North America.

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Lot 10
(FRENCH & INDIAN WAR.) William Elliot, engraver; after Smith.
A View of the Fall of Montmorenci and the Attack made by General Wolfe

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Lot 11
(FRENCH & INDIAN WAR.) William Woollett, engraver; after West.
The Death of General Wolfe.

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Lot 12
(FRENCH & INDIAN WAR.) Juste Chevillet, engraver; after Watteau
Mort du Marquis de Montcalm Gozon.

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Lot 13
(FRENCH & INDIAN WAR.) James McArdell, engraver; after Hudson.
The Hon'ble Robert Monckton, Major General, Governor of New York.

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Lot 14
(REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) [After Benjamin Wilson.]
The Repeal, or The Funeral of Miss Ame-stamp.

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Lot 15
(REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.)
A Short Narrative of the Horrid Massacre in Boston.

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Lot 16
(REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) [Stratton], engraver; after Revere.
The Bloody Massacre Perpetrated in King-Street, Boston.

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Lot 17
(REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) Bufford, lithographer; after Champney.
Boston Massacre, March 5th 1770.

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Lot 18
(REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.)
The Able Doctor, or America Swallowing the Bitter Draught.

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Lot 19
(REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) [Carl Guttenberg, artist.]
The Tea-Tax-Tempest, or The Anglo-American Revolution.

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Lot 20
(REVOLUTION.)
His Most Excellent Majesty George the IIId, King of Great Britain / Her Most Excellent Majesty Charlotte,

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Lot 21
Cornelius Tiebout, engraver; after Tisdale.
Battle of Lexington.

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Lot 22
Bernard Romans, artist.
An Exact View of the Late Battle at Charlestown, June 17th, 1775.

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Lot 23
J.G. Müller, engraver; after John Trumbull.
The Battle at Bunker's Hill near Boston.

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Lot 24
J.T. Clemens, engraver; after John Trumbull.
The Death of General Montgomery in the Attack of Quebec.

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Lot 25
[Thomas Anburey.]
Travels through the Interior Parts of America.

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Lot 26
[Edmund Burke?]
An Impartial History of the War in America.

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Lot 27
(REVOLUTION.)
[A Picturesque View of the State of the Nation for 1778.]

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Lot 28
Fittler & Lerpinière, engravers; after Paton.
Pair of naval views, including the great victory of John Paul Jones.

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Lot 29
J. Peltro, engraver; after Robert Dodd.
. . . Gallant Defence of Captn. Pearson . . . against Paul Jones's Squadron.

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Lot 30
J. Caldwall, engraver; after George Carter.
The Engagement between the Quebec Frigate . . . and the Surveillante Frigate.

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Lot 31
J.R. Smith, engraver.
Engraving of Banastre Tarleton after the portrait by Sir Joshua Reynolds.

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Lot 32
John Sartain, engraver; after John B. White.
Gen. Marion in his Swamp Encampment Inviting a British Officer for Dinner.

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Lot 33
Alfred Jones, et al., engravers; after Durand.
The Capture of Major Andre.

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Lot 34
Edwin, engraver; after Warrell and Barralet.
. . . Peter Francisco's Gallant Action with Nine of Tarleton's Cavalry.

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Lot 35
(REVOLUTION.)
Plan of the Siege of Yorktown in Virginia.

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Lot 36
James Heath, engraver; after Robert Smirke.
Cornwallis Resigning his Sword to Washington.

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Lot 37
Tanner, et al.; after Renault.
The British Surrendering their Arms to Gen. Washington after their Defeat at York Town.

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Lot 38

George Washington, Esqr., General and Commander in Chief of the Continental Army in America.

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George Washington, Esqr., General and Commander in Chief of the Continental Army in America.

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Lot 40
Benjamin West.
Bickerstaff's Boston Almanack, for the Year of our Redemption, 1778.

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Lot 41
Valentine Green, engraver; after John Trumbull.
General Washington.

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Lot 42
Unknown engraver; after Charles Wilson Peale.
His Excellency General Washington / Lady Washington.

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Lot 43
Noel Le Mire, engraver; after Le Paon.
Pair of matched French engravings of Washington and Lafayette.

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Lot 44

Pair of matching Savage prints of Washington and Franklin.

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Lot 45
Edward Savage; artist and engraver.
The Washington Family / La Famille de Washington.

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Lot 46
David Edwin, engraver; after Rembrandt Peale.
General George Washington.

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Lot 47
James Heath, engraver, after Gilbert Stuart.
General Washington.

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Lot 48
After Gilbert Stuart?
George Washington, Late President of the United States of America.

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Lot 49
Alexander H. Ritchie, engraver; after Huntington.
[Lady Washington's Reception.]

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Lot 50

Issue of the United States Oracle of the Day devoted to Washington's death.

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Lot 51

G. Washington in his Last Illness, Attended by Doc'rs Craik and Brown / Lived Respected and Fear'd--

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Lot 52
Francis Jukes, engraver; after Robertson.
Mount Vernon in Virginia, the Seat of the Late Lieut. General George Washington.

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Lot 53

Virtue Weeping over the Tomb of George Washington.

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Lot 54
Thomas Clarke, engraver.
Sacred to the Memory of the Illustrious G. Washington.

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Lot 55
David Edwin, engraver.
Washington, Sacred to Memory.

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Lot 56
P.S. Duval & Son; lithographer.
Washington.

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Lot 57
Enoch G. Gridley, engraver; after Coles.
Pater Patriae: Sacred to the Memory of the Truly Illustrious George Washington.

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Lot 58
[Samuel Seymour, engraver; after Savage.]
In Memory of Genl. George Washington and His Lady,

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Lot 59
John James Barralet, artist and engraver.
Commemoration of Washington.

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Lot 60

Constitution of the United States.

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Lot 61
Albert Rimensberg Ritter von Radmansdorf.
Georg Washington, Nordamerikas erster Bürger und Feldherr.

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Lot 62

Miniature portrait of George Washington in a frame made from Mount Vernon wood.

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Lot 63

Group of George Washington engravings.

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Lot 64
(FOUNDING FATHERS.)
The Hon'ble John Hancock of Boston in New England, President of the American Congress.

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Lot 65
(FOUNDING FATHERS.)
Charles Lee, Esq'r, Major General of the Continental-Army in America.

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Lot 66
(FOUNDING FATHERS.) J.C. Vasseur, engraver; after Borel.
L’Amérique Indépendante, Dédiée au Congrés des Etats Unis de l'Amérique.

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Lot 67
(FOUNDING FATHERS.) Cornelius Tiebout, engraver; after Barralet
In Memory of Gen'l Alex'r Hamilton.

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Lot 68
(FOUNDING FATHERS.) John Scoles, engraver.
Consecrated to the Memory of Gen. Alexander Hamilton.

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Lot 69
(FOUNDING FATHERS.) Achille Moreau, engraver; after Dubouloz.
Le Général Lafayette.

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Lot 70
(FOUNDING FATHERS.) J.M. Leroux, engraver; after Scheffer.
Full-length portrait of Lafayette, produced as he began his tour of America.

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Lot 71
(FOUNDING FATHERS.) [David Edwin, engraver; after Peale.]
Thomas Jefferson.

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Lot 72
(ALLEGORIES.) Joseph Strutt, engraver; after Robert Edge Pine.
To Those who Wish to Sheathe the Desolating Sword of War--America--

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Lot 73
(ALLEGORIES.) John Ogborn, engraver; after S. Harding.
The Birth of American Liberty.

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Lot 74
(ALLEGORIES.) Peter C. Verger, engraver; after J.F. Renault.
Triumph of Liberty, Dedicated to its Defenders in America.

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Lot 75
(ALLEGORIES.)
An Emblem of America / An Emblem of Europe / An Emblem of Asia / An Emblem of Africa.

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Lot 76
(ALLEGORIES.)
Europe, America / Asia, Africa.

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Lot 77
(ALLEGORIES.)
Africa / America.

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Lot 78
(ALLEGORIES.)
[An Emblem of America.]

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Lot 79
(ALLEGORIES.)
L’Amerique.

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Lot 80
(ALLEGORIES.) Benjamin Tanner, engraver; after Barralet.
America Guided by Wisdom: An Allegorical Representation of the United States.

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Lot 81
(AMERICAN ENGRAVING.) Amos Doolittle, engraver; text by Rowland
An Epitome of Ecclesiastical History.

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Lot 82
(AMERICAN ENGRAVING.) Thomas Gimbrede, artist and engraver.
American Star.

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Lot 83
(AMERICAN ENGRAVING.) Isaac Eddy; and James Wilson.
[Chronology Delineated to Illustrate the History of Monarchical Revolutions.]

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Lot 84
(AMERICAN ENGRAVING.) Amos Doolittle; artist and engraver.
The complete Prodigal Son series:

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Lot 85
(WAR OF 1812.) [George Graham, engraver?]; after Stuart.
This Portrait of Capt'n Isaac Hull of the United States Navy.

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Lot 86
(WAR OF 1812.)
Engagement between the U.S. Frigate Constitution . . . and the British Frigate Guerriere.

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Lot 87
(WAR OF 1812.) Cornelius Tiebout, engraver; after Thomas Birch
This Representation of the U.S. Frigate Constitution . . .

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Lot 88
(WAR OF 1812.)
A View of Col. Johnson’s Engagement with the Savages (Commanded by Tecumseh) near the Moravian Town.

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Lot 89
(WAR OF 1812.) Thomas Sutherland, engraver; after Major Dennis.
The Battle of Queenston.

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Lot 90
(WAR OF 1812.) Samuel Seymour, engraver; after Thomas Birch.
This Representation of the U.S. Frigate United States . . .

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Lot 91
(WAR OF 1812.) Robert Dodd, artist.
. . . His Majesty’s Ship Shannon . . . Waiting the Close Approach of the American Frigate Chesapeak.

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Lot 92
(WAR OF 1812.) John Jeakes, engraver; after Webster and Lee.
Pair of views of the battle between the Chesapeake and Shannon.

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Lot 93
(WAR OF 1812.)
Cut signatures of naval heroes Oliver Hazard Perry and James Lawrence in matching frames.

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Lot 94
(WAR OF 1812.)
The Pelican Sloop of War, Cap’t Maples, Raking & Capturing the American Brig Argus.

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Lot 95
(WAR OF 1812.) Benjamin Tanner, engraver; after J.J. Barralet.
Perry’s Victory on Lake Erie, September the 10th 1813.

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Lot 96
(WAR OF 1812.) Murray, Draper, Fairman & Co., engravers.
Battle of Lake Erie, Fought Sept. 10 1813–First View.

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Lot 97
(WAR OF 1812.)
Battle of the Thames, October 5th 1813 . . . Dedicated to the Tippecanoe Clubs.

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Lot 98
(WAR OF 1812.) Benjamin Tanner, engraver; after Reinagle.
Macdonough’s Victory on Lake Champlain and Defeat of the British Army

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Lot 99
(WAR OF 1812.) Joseph Yeager, engraver; after William E. West.
Battle of New Orleans, and Death of Major General Packenham.

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Lot 100
(WAR OF 1812.) Chataigner, engraver; after Julia Plantou.
Peace of Ghent 1814, and Triumph of America.

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Lot 101
Denis Dighton; lithographer.
The North American Indian Warriors, from Lake Erie, of the Tribe of Seneca,

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Lot 102
Lehman & Duval; after J.O. Lewis.
A pair of portrait plates from the first edition of the Aboriginal Portfolio.

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Lot 103
McGahey; after George Catlin.
Ball-Play Dance.

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The Debilitated Situation of a Monarchal Government . . . The Flourishing Condition

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Lot 105
Hill, engraver; after George Catlin.
To the Cadets of the West Point Military Academy.

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Lot 106
Frances Palmer, lithographer.
Battle of Buena Vista: View of the Battle-Ground and Battle of "The Angostura."

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Lot 107
George B. McClellan, artist.
Battle of Cerro Gordo, April 17th & 18th 1847.

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Lot 108
G. Pfau, lithographer; after S. Rowse.
Encampment at Neponset-Dorchester . . . of the First Brigade Massachusetts Militia.

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Lot 109

Pair of early views of Philadelphia's Fairmount Water Works.

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Lot 110
Sarony, lithographers; after Heine.
Passing the Rubicon . . . through a Fleet of Japanese Boats . . . July 11th, 1853.

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Lot 111
Sarony, lithographers; after Heine.
First Landing of Americans in Japan, under Commodore M. C. Perry at Gore-Hama, July 14th 1853.

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Lot 112
Sarony, lithographers; after Heine.
Landing of Commodore Perry . . . to Meet the Imperial Commissioners at Yoku-Hama, Japan, March 8th 1854.

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Lot 113
Sarony, lithographers; after Heine.
Landing of Commodore Perry . . . to meet the Imperial Commissioners at Simoda, Japan, June 8, 1854.

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Lot 114
C. Parsons, lithographer.
Ocean Steam Navigation Company of New York: Steamer Washington.

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Lot 115
Endicott & Co., lithographers.
Compagnie Générale Transatlantique, Havre-New York, "Lafayette."

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Lot 116
F. Crow, lithographer.
Le Oriental, Built by McKay & Aldus, East Boston, Mass.

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Lot 117
Endicott, lithographers; after Wall.
New Bedford, Fifty Years Ago.

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Lot 118
Endicott; after Van Best and Gifford.
Sperm Whaling, No. 1--The Chase.

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Lot 119
Prang & Mayers, lithographers.
Sperm Whaling No. 2, The Conflict.

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Lot 120
J.H. Bufford's, lithographers.
Set of 5 prints depicting the "Abandonment of the Whalers in the Arctic Ocean, Sept. 1871."

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Lot 121
(CIVIL WAR.) A.G. Campbell, engraver; after W.D. Washington.
Burial of Latané.

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Lot 122
(AGRICULTURE.) Washington Ludlum.
Diaries of a struggling Illinois farmer who relocates to Washington, California and Florida.

American Indians

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Lot 123
(ALASKA.) Lomen Brothers, photographers.
Photograph of 5 Inuit children in Nome.

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Lot 124
(AMERICAN INDIANS.)
Treaty Entered into between the United States and the Cherokee Nation.

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Lot 125
(AMERICAN INDIANS.) Robert H. Pettigrew.
Letter by a Georgia planter discussing the Creek War in Alabama.

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Lot 126
(AMERICAN INDIANS.) Charles Fenderich, artist and lithographer.
P.P. Pitchlynn, Speaker of the National Council of the Choctaw Nation.

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Lot 127
(AMERICAN INDIANS.) Hayes Litho Co.
Execution of the Thirty-Eight Sioux Indians at Mankato Minnesota December 26, 1862.

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Lot 128
(AMERICAN INDIANS.) John Gregory Bourke.
On the Border with Crook.

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Lot 129
(AMERICAN INDIANS.)
Illustrated promotional card for "The Mohawk Indian, Asa R. Hill (Ska-Hue-Haw-Di-Seo), Denison University."

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(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.) David F. Barry.
Photograph of Curley.

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Lot 131
(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.) W.R. Cross; photographer.
Pair of cabinet cards showing Rain in the Face and Sitting Bull.

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Lot 132
(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.) Charles F. Lummis.
Pair of cyanotype views of New Mexico Pueblo life.

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Lot 133
(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.) Carl Moon.
Untitled portrait of an Indian bird hunter.

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Lot 134
(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.) S.W. Ormsby.
Group of 9 Indian portraits and views, including his famous "Peace."

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Lot 135
(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.) William Soule.
Lodge of the Plains Indians among the Cottonwood Trees in a Comanche Camp . . .

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Lot 136
(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.) Ben Wittick.
Inauguration Dance . . . View in Pueblo Laguna, New Mexico.

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Lot 137
(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.)
Photograph of "Crazy Snake and his Band."

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Lot 138
(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.)
Portrait of Shawnasee, a Potawatomi leader.

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Lot 139
(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHY.)
Group of 9 cartes-de-visite of Indians and street scenes by early New Mexico photographers.

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Lot 140
(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.)
Group of 5 early 20th-century photographs.

The American Revolution

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Lot 141
(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.)
Pact to enforce New York's "Agreement of Non-Importation" during the heyday of the Sons of Liberty.

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Lot 142
(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) John Hodgson; reporter.
The Trial of William Wemms . . . for the Murder of Crispus Attucks.

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Lot 143
(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1775.)
Journals of Congress, Containing the Proceedings from Sept. 5, 1774 to Jan. 1, 1776.

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Lot 144
(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1776.)
[Nomination for Election in May 1776.]

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Lot 145
(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1776.) [John Hathaway?]
Militia officer complaining about unfair promotions in his brigade.

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Lot 146
(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1776.)
Muster roll for Capt. Abner How's company in the Continental Army.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1776.) Eleazer Fitch.
A Loyalist Connecticut sheriff complains of his unfair treatment, and hints at retribution.

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Lot 148
(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1777.)
Pass issued to a Loyalist family to depart for British-occupied territory under Washington's order.

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Lot 149
(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1777.)
Group of 3 volumes of the early Journals of Congress.

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Lot 150
(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1778.)
List of Continental Army brigades 4 days after leaving Valley Forge, with "Receivers of Cattle" for each.

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Lot 151
(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1779.)
List of expenses incurred by Colonel Philip Van Cortlandt at Valley Forge.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1779.) Maurice Simons.
A militia colonel pushes back on the return of borrowed wagons to the Continental Army.

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Lot 153
(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1781.)
The Smithfield and Cumberland Rangers militia company is summoned for muster.

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Lot 154
(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1781.)
Account of a French ship's naval battle with the British off Pensacola.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1781.) Jonathan Lawrence, Jr.
Letter by a young officer attempting to raise a new company of New York troops.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1783.) Sir Guy Carleton.
Letter of recommendation for a New York Loyalist seeking refuge in Nova Scotia.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--HISTORY.) William Austin.
An Oration, Pronounced at . . . the Anniversary of the Battle of Bunker's Hill.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--HISTORY.) Alexander H. Ritchie, artist.
Washington and his Generals.

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Lot 159
(ART.)
Scrapbook of letters to art editor Samuel G.W. Benjamin, including Eakins, Church and dozens more.

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Lot 160
(ART.)
Sketchbook of eccentric outsider and occult art kept by a working-class New Hampshire teen.

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Lot 161
(BIBLE IN ENGLISH.)
The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments.

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Lot 162
(BUSINESS.)
Western Coal and Lumber Resources . . . of the Central Coal & Coke Company of Kansas City.

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Lot 163
(CALIFORNIA.)
Business license and billhead for San Francisco's first antiquarian bookseller, Epes Ellery.

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(CALIFORNIA.)
Letters from a gold-mining engineer in Oroville at war with his investor.

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(CALIFORNIA.)
Collection on pioneering naturalist Galen Clark and Yosemite National Park.

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Lot 166
(CALIFORNIA.)
School placards in honor of gay rights pioneer Harvey Milk.

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Lot 167
(CHANG AND ENG.)
Siamese Twins . . . The United Brothers, Chang-Eng.

The Civil War

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Lot 168
(CIVIL WAR.)
Album of cartes-de-visite including one of spymaster Lafayette Baker.

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Lot 169
(CIVIL WAR.)
Biblical satire describing "Abraham of the House of Lincoln" and "Jeff, wicked King of Secessia."

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Lot 170
(CIVIL WAR.) L.W. Manning.
Letter describing Lincoln's carriage arriving in newly occupied Richmond.

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(CIVIL WAR.) [Jonathan D. Hale.]
Sketches of Scenes in the Career of Champ Furguson and his Lieutenant; with Champ's Confession.

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Lot 172
(CIVIL WAR.)
Pair of large illustrated artillery manuals.

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(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.) Samuel [Pickens?]
Letter describing the vote for the Ordinance of Secession in central Virginia.

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(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.)
Resolutions of Forsberg's Brigade, Wharton's Division.

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(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE REFUGEES.)
Proposed Plan of the Settlement of the Hacienda of San Lorenzo.

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(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE REFUGEES.) Dabney Rainey.
Letter describing Confederados refugees arriving in Brazil from the American South.

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(CIVIL WAR--INDIANA.) Thomas W. Kizer.
Letter describing an Indiana Sanitary Commission visit to a Colored Regiment.

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(CIVIL WAR--MASSACHUSETTS.)
Order of Exercises with Reference to the Expected Departure of the Clinton Light Guards for the Seat of War.

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(CIVIL WAR--MASSACHUSETTS.) Rufus M. Graham.
Letters of a soldier in Louisiana, including the assault on Port Hudson.

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(CIVIL WAR --MISSOURI.) L.B. Parmalee.
Letter describing Bushwhacker guerrilla combat in northern Missouri.

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Lot 181
(CIVIL WAR--MUSIC.)
Dixie's Nurse.

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Lot 182
(CIVIL WAR--NAVY.) [Philip G. Peltz.]
Diary of a naval officer in pursuit of the Merrimac.

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Lot 183
(CIVIL WAR--NAVY.)
Portrait and papers of Ensign Christopher Flood.

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Lot 184
(CIVIL WAR--NEW YORK.)
Portrait of militia officer Edward J. Riley, who would soon command the Mozart Regiment.

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Lot 185
(CIVIL WAR--NEW YORK.)
Portrait of an unidentified 7th New York Militia sergeant.

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Lot 186
(CIVIL WAR--NEW YORK.)
Mammoth salt print of Alexander Shaler and 7th New York Militia Regiment.

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Lot 187
(CIVIL WAR--NEW YORK.)
Clarence Mackenzie, Drummer Boy of the 13th Regiment of Brooklyn.

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Lot 188
(CIVIL WAR--NEW YORK.)
Portrait said to be the Hyde brothers of 22nd Regiment, New York National Guard.

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Lot 189
(CIVIL WAR--NEW YORK.) James B. Hazelton.
Captain's farewell order to the men of a New York artillery battery at war's end.

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(CIVIL WAR--NEW YORK.) Jacob J. DeForest.
Manuscript history of the 81st New York Infantry.

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(CIVIL WAR--NEW YORK.) George K. Collins.
Unpublished novel, "The Cracker Line in the Mountains," based on his Civil War service.

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(CIVIL WAR--OHIO.)
Archive of diaries, plans, sketches, and correspondence of an articulate young Cleveland soldier.

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Lot 193
(CIVIL WAR--OHIO.) Charles Cotter.
Description of the Battle of Rowlett's Station by the captain of Cotter's Battery.

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Lot 194
(CIVIL WAR--OHIO.) Theodore Longwood.
Comical account of a mass breakout from the Union parole camp at Camp Chase.

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Lot 195
(CIVIL WAR--PENNSYLVANIA.)
Pair of circular letters from Philadelphia's Committee of Public Safety during the war's opening months.

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Lot 196
(COLONIAL WARS.)
Order regarding protection of the Maine frontier, from two future Salem witch trial judges.

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Lot 197
(COLONIAL WARS.) Horatio Sharpe.
Letter expressing Maryland's reluctance to trade with the Six Nations.

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Lot 198
(COLONIAL WARS.) Timberlake, Henry.
Voyages . . . de Conduire en Angleterre trois Sauvages, de la Tribu des Cherokees.

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Lot 199
(CONGRESS.)
Plan of the Senate Chamber, First Session, Thirty-First Session.

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Lot 200
(CONNECTICUT.) [Thomas Hooker.]
The Soules Exaltation.

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Lot 201
(CONSTITUTION.)
Order for voting on delegates to Connecticut's convention for ratifying the Constitution.

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Lot 202
(CONSTITUTION.) Samuel Henshaw.
Inspirational letter to two Massachusetts delegates to U.S. Constitutional Convention.

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Lot 203
(CRIME.) [Thomas F. Daggett.]
The Outlaw Brothers, Frank and Jesse James: Lives and Adventures of the Scourges of the Plains.

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Lot 204
(CURRENCY.)
Fractional currency shield with mounted specimen notes.

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Lot 205
GEORGE A. CUSTER.
My Life on the Plains; or, Personal Experiences with Indians.

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Lot 206
GEORGE A. CUSTER.
Letter from the Secretary of War, Transmitting . . . a Report of the Expedition to the Black Hills.

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Lot 207
(GEORGE A. CUSTER.) Judson Elliott Walker.
Campaigns of General Custer in the North-West, and the Final Surrender of Sitting Bull.

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Lot 208
(GEORGE A. CUSTER.) Thomas O'Neill.
With Reno at the Little Big Horn Fight (Custer’s Last Battle): The Thrilling Escape of Lieut. Chas. C. de Rudio and Sergeant Thomas O’Neill.

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Lot 209
(GEORGE A. CUSTER.) Frederic F. Van de Water.
Pair of original notebooks for "Glory-Hunter," along with an inscribed copy of the book.

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Lot 210
(GEORGE A. CUSTER.) Charles A. Varnum.
Letter by the commander of Custer's scouts, praising the book "Glory Hunter."

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Lot 211
(GEORGE A. CUSTER.) Fred Dustin.
The Custer Tragedy: Events Leading Up To and Following the Little Big Horn Campaign.

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Lot 212
(DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.)
An early English printing of the Declaration, in the Universal Magazine.

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Lot 213
DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.) George G. Smith; engraver.
Declaration of Independence, in Congress July 4th 1776.

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Lot 214
(DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.) J.H. Bufford; lith.
Declaration of Independence . . . Executed Entirely with a Pen by Gilman R. Russell.

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Lot 215
(EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) Robert Barclay.
An Apology for the True Christian Divinity . . . by the People, Called in Scorn, Quakers.

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Lot 216
(EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) Douglass, William.
A Summary, Historical and Political, of the . . . British Settlements in North-America.

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Lot 217
(EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.)
Der Kleine Catechismus des sel. D. Martin Luthers.

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Lot 218
(EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) Anthony Benezet.
The Pennsylvania Spelling-Book.

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Lot 219
(EROTICA.)
The Fair Maid's Song, When All Alone.

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Lot 220
(FOOD & DRINK.) Susannah Carter.
The Frugal Housewife: or, Complete Woman Cook.

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Lot 221
(FOOD & DRINK.) [Amelia Simmons.],
American Cookery, or, The Art of Dressing Viands, Fish, Poultry, and Vegetables . . . By an American Orphan.

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Lot 222
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN.
Political, Miscellaneous, and Philosophical Pieces.

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Lot 223
(GEORGIA.) George Watts.
A Sermon Preached Before the Trustees for Establishing the Colony of Georgia in America.

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Lot 224
(HAWAII.) Aaron S. Daggett.
Letter describing a royal Hawaiian funeral.

Judaica

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Lot 225
(JUDAICA.) Ezra Stiles.
A Discourse on Saving Knowledge: Delivered at the Instalment of the Reverend Samuel Hopkins.

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Lot 226
(JUDAICA). Moses Lopez.
A Lunar Calendar, of the Festivals, and other Days in the Year, Observed by the Israelites.