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Lancaster, Pennsylvania:The Jaques Cattell Press. 1943. 414pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Binding shows some wear to the edges and spine, which is also lightly faded. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good copy.
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania:The Stackpole Company. (1952). 299pp. Illustrated. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket is heavily worn at the edges and spine, with many small chips and tears. Also some soiling to the covers. Book itself shows only some light shelf-wear. Interior is clean and mostly free of stray markings, save for some underlining in pencil to several of the pages. Overall, a very good copy.
San Francisco:William Hamilton Nelson. 1927. 133pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Binding is only lightly shelf-worn at the edges and the spine. Spine is mildly sun-faded. Interior is clean and free of stray markings, save for a brief inscription inked on the first free end-paper. Overall, this is a very good copy.
ALTA CALIFORNIA, 1840-1842. Journal and observations of William Dane Phelps, Master of the ship Alert.
Glendale, California: The Arthur H. Clark Company. 1983. 364 pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Wrapped in white paper cover. Binding shows only light shelf wear and otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, a very good copy.
Boston: Little, Brown and Company. (1972). 728 pp. Hardcover w/ dust jacket. Jacket shows some wear, with chips and tears along the edges. Spine shows sunning. Lightly soiled. Interior is clean and free of stray markings. Some light foxing throughout at the page edges. A very good copy.
2 vols. Boxed. *Volumes titled HISTORY OF THE THIRTEEN COLONIES and HISTORY OF COLONIAL ANTIQUES. Extensively illustrated. A v.g. pair.
BATTLE OF FORT SULLIVAN. EVENTS LEADING TO FIRST DECISIVE VICTORY. (Charleston):Daughters of the American Revolution. (1976). 311pp. Binding is lightly worn at the edges and spine with some mild soiling to the covers. Otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, a very good copy.
Washington D.C.:Naval History Division, Navy Department. 1969. 44pp. Illustrated. Wraps. Covers are lightly worn at the edges with some soiling to the covers and an area of toning that suggests another book laid on top of this for some time. There is also some mild silverfish damage to small areas towards the spine. Otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings.
AN ACT FOR REGULATING, GOVERNING, AND TRAINING THE MILITIA OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS, PASSED MARCH 6, 1810. With an Index.
Boston:Andrew J. Allen. 1810. 50pp + 9pp index + 1pp ad. Sewn wraps. An early edition. With some old stains scattered throughout the pamphlet. A previous owners name is written on first free end-page and there is some insect damage to the bottom of the title page, but otherwise it is in very good condition.
Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin. 1951. 97 pp. Illustrated with charts and graphs. Stapled wraps. Wraps show very light shelf wear but otherwise clean and in very good condition. Staples show significant rusting to the point where it is beginning to stain a few of the pages at the binding. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray marking. A very good copy.
AN ORATION DELIVERED BEFORE THE KENTISH ARTILLERY AND CITIZENS OF APPONAUG, R.I. ON THE 78TH. ANNIVERSARY OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE, JULY 4, 1854.
Providence: George H. Whitney. 1854. 31 pp. Bound; 1/4 leather. Boards show some rubbing at edges and spine, but otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean and free of stray marks. A very good copy.
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF RAILROADS MADE TO THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1882.
Washington:Government Printing Office. 1882. 285pp. Boards lightly faded with light soiling, otherwise in very good condition. Internally, pages are clean and bright with no previous owners marks or signatures and just a touch of age-toning to end papers. A very good copy.
APPENDIX TO DIPLOMATIC CORRESPONDENCE OF 1865. THE ASSASSINATION OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN, LATE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; AND THE ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF WILLIAM H. SEWARD, SECRETARY OF STATE, AND FREDERICK W. SEWARD, ASSISTANT SECRETARY. ON
Washington:Government Printing Office. 1866. 717pp. First edition. 1/4 leather over marbled boards. Leather worn and scuffed and boards lightly soiled. Moderate shelf-wear to all edges. Gilt on spine faded but still legible. Binding is tight and hinges are fine. First free end-page has been neatly excised. There is some mild foxing confined to end-pages. There are some old water stains on the outside edge of pages, running almost throughout the book, but usually very faint, most noticeable at the beginning and end. Overall, a near very good, tight copy.
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