AMERICANA AND VERMONTIANA BOOK AUCTION
11:00 A.M., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2007
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UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT CAMPUS,
BURLINGTON, VERMONT
AUCTIONEERS: WILLIAM L. PARKINSON, BOOKS

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1. Adams, Henry K. A CENTENNIAL HISTORY OF ST. ALBANS, VERMONT (St. Albans, 1889). 12mo, 149 pp. Condition: good.

2. Adams, John Q. CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN JOHN QUINCY ADAMS . . . AND SEVERAL CITIZENS OF MASSACHUSETTS . . . A DESIGN TO HAVE DISSOLVED THE UNION ALLEGED TO HAVE EXISTED IN THAT STATE (Boston, 1829). 8vo, 48 pp. Howes A-68. Condition: untrimmed; removed; light water-staining; good.

3. Adams, Josiah. THE GENEALOGY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF RICHARD HAVEN, OF LYNN (Boston, 1849). 8vo, 49 50 pp., printed wraps. "Being a republication of the first edition without alteration, with additional pages." Sewn with: John C. Park, ADDRESS AT A MEETING OF THE DESCENDANTS OF RICHARD HAVEN . . . AUGUST 29, 1844 (Boston, 1844). 8vo, 27 pp. Two titles, one volume. Condition: lacks back wrap; good.

4. (Addison, County, Vt.). F. W. Beers et al., ATLAS OF ADDISON CO., VERMONT (New York, 1871). Folio, 24 town plans and 35 village plans in color. Cobb #366. Condition: binding fair to good, spine worn; contents complete, good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

5. (Alburgh, Vt., 1888). THE ALBURGH SPRINGS HOUSE, ALBURGH SPRINGS, VT. ( Worcester, 1888). Oblong 8vo, printed wraps, (23) pp., map. Condition: uncut; good.

6. Allen, Ethan. A NARRATIVE OF COL. ETHAN ALLEN'S CAPTIVITY (Walpole, 1807). 12mo, 158 pp. Howes A-136. Condition: modern half-calf binding; untrimmed; contents good, binding fine. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

7. -----. REASON, THE ONLY ORACLE OF MAN; OR A COMPENDIOUS SYSTEM OF NATURAL RELIGION (New York & Philadelphia, 1836). 12mo, 106 70 (4) pp. Condition: some foxing and cover spotting; fair to good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

8. -----. Same (Boston, 1854). 12mo, 171 pp. Condition: good.

9. [Allen, Heman]. ALLEN'S EXPOSITION OF THE CONTROVERSY EXISTING BETWEEN SILAS HATHAWAY AND HIMSELF (n.p., n.d. [Burlington, 1822]). 8vo, stitched, 40 pp. Gilman p. 7. Long-standing dispute between Heman Allen and his uncle Ira on one side and Hathaway on the other, over lands in northwestern Vermont. Condition: uncut; good.

Ira Allen's 1798 History of Vermont, with Map

10. Allen, Ira. THE NATURAL AND POLITICAL HISTORY OF THE STATE OF VERMONT (London, 1798). 8vo, full tree calf, 300 (2) pp., folding map. Howes A-142. Condition: very good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

11. [Allen, Joseph D.]. A JOURNAL OF AN EXCURSION, MADE BY THE CORPS OF CADETS OF THE A.L.S. & M. ACADEMY, NORWICH, VT., UNDER COMMAND OF CAPT. A. PARTRIDGE, JUNE, 1824 (Windsor, 1824). 12mo, 48 pp. Condition: untrimmed; good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

12. (Almanac, 1790). THE UNIVERSAL CALENDAR, AND NORTHAMERICAN ALMANACK . . . 1790 (Bennington, [1790]). 12mo, (24) pp. McCorison #157. Condition: exterior leaves slightly soiled; good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

13. (-----1801-24). THE NAUTICAL ALMANAC AND ASTRONOMICAL EPHEMERIS (London, [1800, '01 & '03]). For 1801, '02 and '03, bound in one volume. With: POULSON'S TOWN AND COUNTRY ALMANAC . . . 1803 (Philadelphia, [1802]). With: THE NEW-HAMPSHIRE REGISTER . . . 1820 (Concord, [1819]). With: ELLIOT'S WASHINGTON POCKET ALMANAC, FOR 1824 (Washington, [1823]). Six almanacs, four volumes. Condition: all good.

14. (-----1803). THE VERMONT REGISTER AND ALMANAC . . . 1803 (Middlebury, [1802]). 16mo, blue wraps, 96 pp. McCorison #636. Condition: good.

15. (-----1815). Same for 1815 (Middlebury, [1814]). 16mo, blue wraps, 96 pp. McCorison #1569, three locations. Condition: good.

16. (-----1818). THE VERMONT REGISTER AND ALMANACK . . . 1818 (Burlington, [1817]). 16mo, printed blue wraps, 107 (1) pp. McCorison #1897. Condition: owner's name on front wrap and flyleaves; some wear at edges; fair.

17. (-----). WALTON'S VERMONT REGISTER AND ALMANAC, 1818 (Montpelier, [1817]). 16mo, printed blue wraps, 132 pp. McCorison # 1898. First in long-running Walton's series. Condition: good.

18. (-----1839-60). THE BOSTON ALMANAC. Group lot of 11 years: 1839, '40, '43, '45, '46, '50, '51, '53, '54, '55, and '60. All 24mo, 96-278 pp., ads, folding maps, illus. Should be seen. Condition: all good.

19. (American Colonization Society, 1828). IN SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES. APRIL 28, 1828. . . . IN RELATION TO THE COLONIZATION OF PERSONS OF COLOUR ([Washington, 1828]). 8vo, 15 pp. Condition: uncut, untrimmed; good.

20. (American Gardener's Magazine, 1835-36). THE AMERICAN GARDENER'S MAGAZINE (Boston, 1835-36). 8vo, 2 vols., 2/3 calf & marbled boards, vii 473 pp., illus., 1 b/w and 1 color plate & viii 471 pp., illus. Condition: endpapers toned; good.

21. Andrews, Israel D. COMMUNICATION FROM THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY . . . REPORT OF ISRAEL D. ANDREWS . . . ON THE TRADE AND COMMERCE OF THE BRITISH NORTH AMERICAN COLONIES, AND UPON THE TRADE OF THE GREAT LAKES AND RIVERS (Washington, 1854). 8vo, viii 851 pp., with accompanying 8vo portfolio of 4 large folding maps. Condition: good.

  22. (Anglo-American Relations, 1808). LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF STATE TO MR. MONROE, ON THE SUBJECT OF THE ATTACK ON THE CHESAPEAKE; THE CORRESPONDENCE OF MR. MONROE WITH THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT; AND ALSO, MR. MADISON'S CORRESPONDENCE WITH MR. ROSE, ON THE SAME SUBJECT (Washington, 1808). 8vo, four parts and four title-pages bound as one, 88 137 226 47 pp. Sabin 50013 for Part IV, saying he'd never seen the first three parts. Condition: removed; good.

  23. (-----1809). MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . COMMUNICATING CERTAIN LETTERS WHICH PASSED BETWEEN THE BRITISH SEC. OF STATE, MR. CANNING, AND MR. PINKNEY (Washington, 1809). 8vo, 31 pp. Three copies. With: MESSAGE . . . TRANSMITTING A LETTER FROM MR. PINKNEY (Washington, 1809). 8vo, 16 pp. With: MESSAGE . . . TRANSMITTING EXTRACTS FROM THE CORRESPONDENCE OF MR. PINKNEY (Washington, 1809). 8vo, 14 pp. Three titles, five volumes. Series on Pinkney's efforts to improve U.S. relations with England. Condition: removed; good.

24. (-----1815). THE CRISIS: ON THE ORIGIN AND CONSEQUENCES OF OUR POLITICAL DISSENSIONS (Albany, 1815). 8vo, 86 pp. "By a Citizen of Vermont." "To which is annexed, the late treaty between the United States and Great Britain." Condition: removed; toned; good.

25. (-----1856). DOCUMENTS RELATIVE TO CENTRAL AMERICAN AFFAIRS, AND THE ENLISTMENT QUESTION (Washington, 1856). 8vo, 485 pp., large folding map. Pages 1-241 on Anglo-American relations concerning Central America, including a proposed canal through Nicaragua; pages [244]-485 on British military enlistments within the United States. "Map of Central America" by W. R. Palmer, 108 x 114cm, outline color. Condition: good.

26. (Arkansas, 1829). LETTER FROM DR. JOSEPH PAXTON . . . IN RELATION TO THE RAFT OF RED RIVER ([Washington, 1829]). 8vo, 18 pp. Proposing removal of great timber obstruction to improve navigation of the river. Condition: untrimmed; good.

27. Arnold, Josias Lyndon. POEMS (Providence, 1797). 12mo, 141 pp. Gilman p. 15. Author the son of one of St. Johnsbury's first settlers, died there in 1796 at the age of 28. Condition: good.

28. (Athens, Vt.). AUCTION. W. E. PIERCE, AUCTIONEER. SATURDAY, AUG. 9, '19 . . . AT MY PLACE IN ATHENS . . . W. T. GLYNN (No place, [1919]). Broadside, 45.5 x 30.5cm. "All my Furniture and Farming Tools, also Live Stock." Condition: good.

29. (Auction catalogues, 1860). CATALOGUE OF THE PRIVATE LIBRARY OF THE LATE THOMAS WETMORE . . . JUNE 13TH, 1860 (Boston). 8vo, 28 pp. With: CATALOGUE OF RARE OLD BOOKS . . . JULY 11 AND 12, 1860 (Boston). 8vo, 27 pp. With: CATALOGUE OF A VALUABLE PRIVATE LIBRARY . . . SEPTEMBER 26TH AND 27TH, 1860 (Boston). 8vo, 28 pp. With: CATALOGUE OF OVER TWO THOUSAND AUTOGRAPH LETTERS, DOCUMENTS AND MSS . . . OCT. 31ST (New York). 8vo, 57 pp. "The largest collection ever offered at auction in the United States." Four titles, four volumes. Condition: all good.

Avery 1833 Murder Trial Titles

30. (Avery, Ephraim K.). A FULL REPORT OF THE TRIAL OF EPHRAIM K. AVERY, CHARGED WITH THE MURDER OF SARAH MARIA CORNELL (Boston, May 1833). 8vo, 207 pp. "Second edition." Bound with: AVERY'S TRIAL . . . REPORTED BY B. F. HALLETT (n.p., n.d. [1833]). 40 pp. "Supplementary Edition." Bound with: THE ARGUMENTS OF COUNSEL IN THE CLOSE OF THE TRIAL OF REV. EPHRAIM K. AVERY (Boston, June 1833). 94 (1) pp. Famous Rhode Island trial, ending in Avery's acquittal; Avery was the first American clergyman tried for murder. Three titles in one volume. Condition: all good.

31. (-----). STRICTURES ON THE CASE OF EPHRAIM K. AVERY (Providence, 1833). 8vo, sewn, 100 pp., folding map. "By Aristides," originally published in the Providence Republican Herald. McDade 47. Condition: untrimmed; good.

32. (-----). A VINDICATION OF THE RESULT OF THE TRIAL OF REV. EPHRAIM K. AVERY (Boston, 1834). 8vo, sewn, 74 pp., map. Condition: untrimmed; good.

33. (Aviation). THE NEW YORK TIMES, Sunday, Sept. 13, 1908. Picture Section, Part 1. "The Wonderful Wright Aeroplane in Flight near Washington." Broadsheet, 56.5 x 43cm. Large photo of Orville Wright plane in flight at top, 4 smaller photos of the plane and Wright shop at bottom. Condition: fold lines; good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

34. (Baltic Blockade, 1810). MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . INFORMATION RELATIVE TO THE BLOCKADE OF THE PORTS OF THE BALTIC BY FRANCE (Washington, 1810). 8vo, 11 pp. Condition: removed; good.

35. (Bank of the U.S., 1809). REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY, TO WHOM WAS REFERRED THE MEMORIAL OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE BANK OF THE UNITED STATES, PRAYING A RENEWAL OF THEIR CHARTER (Washington, 1809). 8vo, 18 pp., 1 folding tab. Condition: removed; good.

36. (Banks, 1812). LETTER FROM THE SECREARY OF THE TREASURY, TRANSMITTING A STATEMENT OF THE SEVERAL BANKS IN WHICH THE PUBLIC MONIES ARE NOW DEPOSITED (Washington, 1812). 8vo, 32 pp., 1 folding tab. Shaw & Shoemaker 27182. Condition: removed; good.

37. (Barbary Powers & Barbary War, 1801-14). Group lot of 10 titles on U.S. relations with the Barbary Powers and the Barbary War of 1801-05. 8vo-folio, 7-108 pp., folding tabs. Should be seen. Condition: some removed; all good.

38. Barden, Merritt C. VERMONT ONCE NO MAN'S LAND (Rutland, 1928). 4to, 197 pp., photos. Author from West Pawlet, Vt. Condition: good.

39. (Barnard, VT, ca. 1780). Anonymous manuscript lotting map of Barnard, Vermont, ca. 1780. 69 x 53cm, linen backing, original wooden rods. Shows original proprietor lots, some proprietor names, some notes in red on acreage; "Explanation" in lower left corner. Condition: good.

40. (Barre, Vt.). HISTORICAL SOUVENIR OF BARRE 1894 ([Barre, 1894]). Oblong 8vo, printed wraps, 93 (2) pp., ports., photos. Condition: some cover wear; good.

41. Barrett, Richard C. BENNINGTON POTTERY AND PORCELAIN: A GUIDE TO IDENTIFICATION (New York, 1958). 4to, 342 (6) pp., dust jacket, photos. Condition: very good.

42. Barry, William T. ADDRESS OF WILLIAM T. BARRY, POSTMASTER GENERAL, TO THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES (Washington, 1834). Sabin 3692. 8vo, 24 pp. Barry's defense against charges of various official misdeeds. Ms. free frank pasted on t.p. Condition: untrimmed; removed; last leaf torn, complete; good.

43. Bartholomew, William N. BARTHOLOMEW'S SKETCHES FROM NATURE (Boston, [1860]). Folio, 20 plates. Includes views of Thetford, Groton, Ascutney, West Fairlee, Vershire, and Barnet, Vermont. Condition: good.

44. Bass, H. Royce. THE HISTORY OF BRAINTREE, VERMONT (Rutland, 1883). 8vo, 208 pp., folding front. map. Condition: good.

45. Batchelder, Ira K. REUNION CELEBRATION TOGETHER WITH AN HISTORICAL SKETCH OF PERU, BENNINGTON COUNTY, VERMONT (Brattleboro, 1891). 8vo, 144 pp., ports. Condition: good.

46. Battell, Joseph. AMERICAN STALLION REGISTER (Middlebury, 1909-11). 4to, 2 vols., 890 & 735 (9) pp., photos. With: THE MORGAN HORSE AND REGISTER (Middlebury, 1894-1905). 4to, 2 vols., 996 & 635 (4) pp., photos. Two titles, four volumes. Condition: American good; covers and last pages of Volume One of Morgan spotted, otherwise good.

47. -----. ELLEN: OR THE WHISPERINGS OF AN OLD PINE (Middlebury, 1901). 8vo, decorated cloth, 471 (4) pp., photos. With: same (Middlebury, 1908-09). 8vo, 2 vols., decorated cloth, 752 (4) & 621 (1) pp., photos. One title, three volumes. Perhaps the strangest Vermont book ever published. Condition: good.

48. Beckley, Hosea. THE HISTORY OF VERMONT: WITH DESCRIPTIONS, PHYSICAL AND TOPOGRAPHICAL (Brattleboro, 1846). 8vo, 396 pp. Gilman p. 28. Author a Congregation minister in Dummerston, Vt., 1808-37. Condition: good.

49. (Bellows Falls, Vt.). TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. SATURDAY, SEPT. 10 . . . NORTH SIDE OF FOREST STREET, KING'S FIELD, BELLOWS FALLS . . . J. F. ALEXANDER, TRUSTEE (Bellows Falls, [1910]). Broadside, 61.5 x 48cm. Condition: top edge rough; good.

50. (Bellows Falls Gazette, 1843-45). Group of 65 issues of the Bellows Falls Gazette weekly newspaper, Nov. 18-1843-March 22, 1845. 4 pages each. Substantial broken run from v. 6, #1 to v. 7, #19. Condition: some issues foxed; good.

51. Benedict, George G. A SHORT HISTORY OF THE 14TH VERMONT REG'T. (Bennington, [1887]). 8vo, printed wraps, 97 (1) pp. With: VERMONT AT GETTYSBURGH (Burlington, 1870). 8vo, 27 (4) pp., illus. "A sketch of the part taken by the Vermont troops." Two titles, two volumes. Condition: exterior wear to History, otherwise both good.

Durnford's Map of the Battle of Bennington 1777

52. (Bennington Battle, 1777). Desmaretz Durnford, POSITION OF THE DETACHMENT UNDER LIEUT. COL. BAUM, AT WAMSCOCK NEAR BENNINGTON SHEWING THE ATTACKS OF THE ENEMY ON THE 16TH AUGUST, 1777 (London, 1780). Engraving, 27 x 34 cm, plus margins, hand-colored. Phillips p. 141. Detailed plan of the significant American victory near Bennington; from Burgoyne's State of the Expedition from Canada. Condition: professionally matted and framed; very good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

53. (Bennington County, Vt.). F. W. Beers, ATLAS OF BENNINGTON CO., VERMONT (NY, 1869). Folio, 17 town plans and 27 village plans in color. Cobb #350. Condition: binding poor; contents good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

54. Benton, Thomas H. MR. BENTON'S LETTER TO MAJ. GEN. DAVIS, OF THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, DECLINING THE NOMINATION OF THAT STATE (Washington, 1835). 8vo, 16 pp. With Benton's free frank ms. signature pasted to title page. With: LETTER FROM COL. BENTON TO THE PEOPLE OF MISSOURI. CENTRAL NATIONAL HIGHWAY FROM THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER TO THE PACIFIC ([Washington, 1853]). 8vo, sewn, 24 pp. With: DISCOURSE . . . BEFORE THE BOSTON MERCANTILE ASSOCIATION (Washington, 1854). 8vo, printed wraps, 24 pp. Second edition. Howes B-366. "On the physical geography of the country between the states of Missouri and California." Three titles, three volumes. Condition: Letter is removed; good.

55. (-----). William H. Jeffrey, ed., SUCCESSFUL VERMONTERS: A MODERN GAZETTEER OF LAMOILLE, FRANKLIN AND GRAND ISLE COUNTIES (East Burke, Vt., 1907). Small 4to, 479 (1) pp., ports., illus. With: Prentiss C. Dodge, comp., ENCYCLOPEDIA VERMONT BIOGRAPHY (Burlington, 1912). 4to, 372 pp., port. photos. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: Jeffrey slightly shaken; both good.

56. (Blount, Willie). LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF WAR . . . CLAIMS OF WILLIE BLOUNT, LATE GOVERNOR OF TENNESSEE (Washington, 1825). 8vo, 23 pp. On Blount's 1814-15 handling of $100,000 in federal funds for support of Andrew Jackson's army. Condition: uncut, untrimmed; good.

57. (Booksellers, 1806-60). Group lot of 20 American booksellers' catalogues, dating from 1806 to 1860. 24mo-8vo, 12-26 pp. Mostly New England and New York, books for sale and proposals for publication. Condition: most good; should be seen, sold as is, w.a.f.

58. (Boone, Daniel). REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE, APPOINTED ON THE PETITION OF DANIEL BOON (Washington, 1810). 8vo, 4 pp. Recommends land grant to Boone in Louisiana Territory, for his service "in the extension of civilization, which has been so particularly beneficial to the United States." Condition: removed; good.

59. (Boston Monthly Magazine, 1825). BOSTON MONTHLY MAGAZINE (June 1825). 8vo, 56 pp., front. port. of Rev. John Cheverus, "formerly Bishop of Boston," printed wraps. Volume 1, Number 1, "devoted to literature, philosophy, and miscellaneous matters worthy of being recorded." Condition: untrimmed; good.

60. (Boston Social Law Library, 1824). RULES AND CATALOGUE OF THE SOCIAL LAW LIBRARY (Boston, 1824). 8vo, 32 pp. Condition: light damp-staining; good.

61. (Boston Union Circulating-Library, 1820). CATALOGUE OF THE BOSTON UNION CIRCULATING-LIBRARY ([Boston], 1820). 8vo, 128 pp. Rules and regulations in front. Condition: curling to right edge of a few pages; good.

62. Boswell, James. THE LIFE OF SAMUEL JOHNSON (Bellows Falls & Boston, 1824). 12mo, 5 vols., orig. boards & paper labels, 302-348 pp. "A New Edition" and "Second Boston Edition." Condition: untrimmed; good.

63. Bradley, William C. ORATION TO THE CITIZENS OF WESTMINSTER, ON THE FOURTH OF JULY, 1799 (Walpole, 1799). 12mo, 16 pp. Inscribed "Jas. Elliot - donum auctoris" in ink at top of title-page. Delivered when Bradley was 17 years old. Condition: good.

64. Bricker, Charles. LANDMARKS OF MAPMAKING: AN ILLUSTRATED SURVEY OF MAPS AND MAPMAKERS (New York, 1976). Folio, 276 pp., dust jacket, illus., folding plates. "Maps chosen and displayed by R. V. Tooley. Condition: very good.

65. (Brookline, Vt., 1910). AUCTION . . . WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12 . . . MY FARM IN BROOKLINE . . . H. J. LANDFEAR. W. W. BRIDGES, AUCTIONEER (Bellows Falls, [1910]). Broadside, 63 x 48cm. Real estate, livestock, wagons, farm tools, etc. Condition: good.

66. (-----1915). PUBLIC AUCTION. J. H. WARE, AUCTIONEER. TUESDAY, NOV. 23 . . . AT MY FARM IN BROOKLINE, VT. . . . H. J. LANDFEAR (Bellows Falls, [1915]). Broadside, 62 x 43cm. Livestock, farm tools, equipment, etc. Condition: some repaired tears; good.

67. (-----1917). AUCTION! . . . AT MY RESIDENCE IN BROOKLINE, VT., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1917 . . . J. H. WARE, AUCTIONEER. FRED. C. CUTLER (No place, [1917]). Broadside, 98 x 64cm. Livestock, tools, farm equipment, etc. Condition: small hole center left, not affecting text; good.

68. Brush, John C. A SMALL TRACT ENTITLED A CANDID AND IMPARTIAL EXPOSITION . . . COMPARATIVE QUALITY OF THE WHEAT AND FLOUR IN THE NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN SECTIONS OF THE UNITED STATES (Washington, 1820). 8vo, 42 pp. Condition: untrimmed; removed; good.

Centennial Atlas of Vermont

69. Burgett, H. W. ILLUSTRATED TOPOGRAPHICAL AND HISTORY ATLAS OF THE STATE OF VERMONT (NY, 1876). Folio, 163 pp., 24 color maps, numerous plates and illustrations, a.e.g., gilt decoration on binding. Cobb #383. Impressive collection of maps and plates. Condition: binding rubbed, spine worn; contents good.http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

Burgoyne's Explanation for Losing His Army

70. Burgoyne, John. A STATE OF THE EXPEDITION FROM CANADA, AS LAID BEFORE THE HOUSE OF COMMONS (London, 1780). Small 4to, 19th-century two-thirds brown calf and marbled boards, 140 lxii pp., 6 colored folding campaign maps by William Faden. Howes B-968. Streeter Sale 794. Burgoyne's account of the 1777 British campaign from Canada that ended in his surrender at Saratoga: maps include Champlain Valley, Battles of Hubbardton and Bennington. Condition: ex-library, no external marks; good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

71. (Burlington, Vt., 1896). ART WORK OF BURLINGTON, VERMONT (Chicago, 1896). Folio, 9 parts, printed wraps, unpag., photos. Full set of Parts 1-4, duplicate copies of Parts 4-9; fourteen parts in all. Condition: some wraps separated but present; contents all sound, good.

72. (Caledonia County, Vt.). F. W. Beers, COUNTY ATLAS OF CALEDONIA, VERMONT (New York, 1875). Folio, 17 town plans and 37 village plans in color. Cobb #380. Condition: binding rubbed; title-page folded; contents good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

73. (Calhoun, John C.). REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE . . . ON A LETTER OF JOHN C. CALHOON, VICE PRESIDENT (Washington, 1827). 8vo, sewn, 251 pp. "Asking an investigation of his conduct while Secretary of War." Two copies. Condition: both untrimmed; some foxing; both good.

74. (Cambridgeport, Vt., 1904). ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY . . . ESTATE OF ROBERT E. RYDER, LATE OF ROCKINGHAM . . . AT THE RESIDENCE OF FRED A. SMITH, CAMBRIDGEPORT, VT., ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7 (Bellows Falls, [1904]). Broadside, 62.5 x 48.5cm. Condition: good.

75. (-----1906). WM. BRIDGES, AUCTIONEER. AUCTION AT RESIDENCE OF MRS. JENNIE M. FAIRBROTHER, CAMBRIDGEPORT, VERMONT, MONDAY, MAY 28, 1906 (No place, [1906]). Broadside, 60.5 x 48cm. Sale of household goods and personal property. Condition: some repaired tears; rough bottom edge; fair.

76. (-----1915). AUCTION. J. F. HALL, AUCTIONEER. SATURDAY, OCT. 9 . . . AT MY PLACE IN CAMBRIDGEPORT, VT. . . . GEO. W. MARTIN (No place, [1909]). Broadside, 46 x 31cm. Household goods, "Ford automobile, newly overhauled in good running order," furniture, etc. Condition: good.

77. (Canals, 1809-12). THE MEMORIAL AND PETITION OF . . . THE CHESAPEAKE AND DELAWARE CANAL COMPANY (Washington, 1809). 8vo, 29 (1) pp. With: MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . AN ACT OF THE LEGISLATURE OF NEW YORK, RELATING TO A CANAL NAVIGATION FROM THE GREAT LAKES TO THE HUDSON RIVER (Washington, 1811). 8vo, 6 pp. With: REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE TO WHOM WERE REFERRED THE SEVERAL MEMORIALS OF THE CANAL COMPANIES, THEREIN MENTIONED (Washington, 1812). 8vo, 8 pp. Three titles, three volumes. Condition: removed; good.

78. Carleton, Hiram, ed. GENEALOGICAL AND FAMILY HISTORY OF THE STATE OF VERMONT (New York, 1903). 4to, 2 vols., 720 & 754 pp., ports., a.e.g. Condition: cloth on covers loosening, otherwise sound and good.

79. Carlisle, Lilian B. VERMONT CLOCK AND WATCHMAKERS, SILVERSMITHS AND JEWELERS 1778-1878 (Burlington, 1970). 4to, 313 pp., dust jacket, photos. Edition of 1,000 copies. Stinehour Press imprint. Condition: very good.

80. Capmany, Antonio. THE ANTI-GALLICAN SENTINEL (New York, 1809). Small 8vo, 71 pp. With: THE ANTI-GALLICAN SENTINEL, SECOND PART (Philadelphia, 1810). Small 8vo, 48 pp. "Dedicated to all nations, translated from the Spanish." Two volumes. Condition: removed; good.

81. Carey, Mathew. ADDRESS DELIVERED BEFORE THE PHILADELPHIA SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING AGRICULTURE . . . TWENTIETH OF JULY, 1824 (Philadelphia, 1824). 8vo, 66 pp. Second edition. Commerce, trade and statistics. Condition: removed; toning; good.

82. (Carrier's Address, 1828). TRIBUTE OF THE MUSES THROUGH THE CARRIERS OF THE COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, TO ITS GENEROUS PATRONS . . . NEW YEAR 1828 ([Boston, 1827]). 8vo, 16 pp. Condition: removed; light water-staining; good.

83. [Cary, Thomas G.] LETTER TO A LADY IN FRANCE, ON THE SUPPOSED FAILURE OF A NATIONAL BANK, THE SUPPOSED DELINQUENCY OF THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT, THE DEBTS OF THE SEVERAL STATES, AND REPUDIATION (Boston, 1843). 8vo, printed wraps, 56 pp. "With answers to enquiries concerning the books of Capt. Marryat and Mr. Dickens." Signed presentation copy. Condition: good.

84. [Cass, Lewis]. REMARKS ON THE CONDITION, CHARACTER, AND LANGUAGES OF THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS (Boston, 1826). 8vo, sewn, 70 pp. "From the North American Review." Ms. note on t.p., "Written by Gov. Cass of Michigan [in ink], probably led to his appt. at Washington as Secy [in pencil]." Condition: untrimmed; good.

Ca. 1870 Photograph of the Catamount Tavern

85. (Catamount Tavern). Original photograph of the Catamount Tavern, Bennington, Vermont. No date, ca. 1870. 26 x 19.5cm, matted and framed. Shows famed 1770s headquarters of the Green Mountain Boys, which burned in 1871. Condition: good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

86. (Cavendish, Vt.). AUCTION. . . . IN CAVENDISH, VT., ON SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1906 . . . A. B. CHERRIER. HENRY C. WYMAN, AUCTIONEER (No place, [1906]). Broadside, 45.5 x 38cm. Sale of furniture, tools, "and other things too numerous to mention." Condition: good.

87. Caverly, A. M. HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF PITTSFORD, VT. (Rutland, 1872). 8vo, 756 pp., ports., folding map. "With biographical sketches and family records." Condition: good.

88. Chadwick, Albert G., comp. SOLDIERS' RECORD OF THE TOWN OF ST. JOHNSBURY, VERMONT, IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION, 1861-65 (St. Johnsbury, 1883). 8vo, 215 (1) pp., frontis. Condition: good.

89. Chambers, William. ATLAS OF LAKE CHAMPLAIN 1779-1780 Bennington, 1984). Folio, xxxii, 70 pp., 50 illus., 32 color full-page charts, dust jacket. American Revolution nautical atlas, by the commander of the British fleet on Lake Champlain. Condition: very good.

90. Chase, Francis, ed. GATHERED SKETCHES FROM THE EARLY HISTORY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE AND VERMONT (Claremont, 1856). 12mo, 215 pp., frontis., plates. Condition: good.

91. (Chase, Samuel, 1805). EXHIBITS, ACCOMPANYING THE ANSWER AND PLEA OF SAMUEL CHASE, ONE OF THE ASSOCIATE JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES ([Washington, 1805]). 8vo, caption title, 54 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 9521. Condition: removed; good.

92. (Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, 1826). CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO CANAL. MAY 22, 1826 ([Washington, 1826]). 8vo, sewn, 122 pp. Report of the House Committee on Roads and Canals. With: MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT . . . CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO CANAL (Washington, 1826). 8vo, sewn, 81 pp., 20 folding tabs. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: uncut, untrimmed; foxed; good.

93. (Chesapeake Incident, 1807). MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . THE ATTACK ON THE CHESAPEAKE (Washington, 1808). 8vo, sewn, 86 pp. Sewn with: REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE . . . THE ATTACK ON THE CHESAPEAKE (Washington, 1808). 8vo, 10 pp. Concerning the attack by HMS Leopard on the USS Chesapeake, June 22, 1807. Condition: trimmed; good.

94. (Chester, Vt.). GREAT AUCTION SALE IN CHESTER, VT. . . . THURSD'Y NOV. 23, '05 . . . MERRILL STEVENS (Chester, [1905]). Broadside, 66 x 48.5cm. Sale of livestock, carriages, farm equipment, etc. Condition: some repaired tears; edges a bit rough; fair. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

95. Chipman, Daniel. THE LIFE OF COL. SETH WARNER (Burlington, 1858). 32mo, printed wraps, 84 pp. "With an account of the controversy between New York and Vermont from 1763 to 1775." Condition: light foxing; good.

96. -----. A MEMOIR OF THOMAS CHITTENDEN, THE FIRST GOVERNOR OF VERMONT (Middlebury, 1849). 16mo, 222 pp. "With a history of the constitution during his administration." Condition: light foxing; good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

97. -----. REPORTS OF CASES ARGUED AND DETERMINED IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF VERMONT (Middlebury, 1824 and Burlington, 1835). 8vo, orig. full calf, 2 vols. bound as one, 504 & 145 pp. Condition: good.

98. ----- & Sparks, Jared. MEMOIR OF COLONEL SETH WARNER. "To which is added, The Life of Colonel Ethan Allen, by Jared Sparks." (Middlebury, 1848). 16mo, 226 pp. Condition: light foxing; good.

Beers Atlas of Chittenden County

99. (Chittenden County, Vt., 1869). F. W. Beers, ATLAS OF CHITTENDEN COUNTY, VERMONT (New York, 1869). Folio, 17 town plans and 25 village plans in color. Cobb #352. Condition: new spine; good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

100. (-----1882). Hamilton Child, GAZETTEER AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF CHITTENDEN COUNTY, VERMONT, FOR 1882-83 (Syracuse, 1882). 8vo, 584 pp., folding colored map, ports., plates. Condition: slightly shaken; fair to good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

101. (Civil War). NEW HISTORICAL WAR MAP (New York, 1864). 16mo, orange stiff paper covers, 36 pp. text, 65 x 91cm colored folding "Phelps & Watson's Historical and Military Map of the Border & Southern States." "Price 50 cts. For the benefit of a One-Armed Soldier" stamped on verso of map. Condition: some separations at map fold lines; good.

102. (-----). Group lot of illustrated folio pages from Pictorial History of the War. Pages 57 x 40cm. One page with large center portrait of Abraham Lincoln; five pages with full-page illustrations ("Bringing Rebel Prisoners into the Captured Camp, Behind Fort Huger, Roanoke Island"; "Scenes Attending the Military Execution of Private William H. Johnson"; "War Scenes in the Capital"; "Storming of Fort Donelson"; "Camp Alexander, Washington, D.C."); one double-page illustration, "The Great Battle at Bull Run." Seven items in all. Condition: good.

103. (Claims, 1800). Group lot of 10 pamphlets from the U.S. Senate Committee of Claims. 8vo, 3-34 pp. Most on requests for compensation for service in the American Revolution. Should be seen. Condition: all removed; all good.

104. Clark, John. CONSIDERATIONS OF THE PURITY OF THE PRINCIPLES OF WILLIAM H. CRAWFORD, ESQ. (New York, 1823). 12mo, 78 pp. Howes C-439. "To which is added, Some Remarks upon the introduction of Africans into this state, contrary to the laws of the United States, with suggestions as to the probable concern of the Indian agent with one of higher standing in that business." Condition: removed; toned; trimmed close at top, not affecting text; fair.

105. Cobb David A. VERMONT MAPS PRIOR TO 1900: AN ANNOTATED CARTOBIBLIOGRAPHY (Montpelier, 1971). 8vo, printed wraps xii 169-317 (3) pp., 7 maps. Condition: good.

106. (Columbian Exposition). WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION ILLUSTRATED (Chicago, 1891). Folio, printed wraps, 32 pp. each, photos, ports., diagrams, maps. Volume One, Numbers 1-3, 7-10 (February-December 1891) of the official magazine of the Chicago world's fair. Seven numbers in all. Condition: good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

107. (Compromise of 1850). EXTRA. APPENDIX TO THE CONGRESSIONAL GLOBE ([Washington, 1850]). 4to, 16 pp. February 1850 proceedings, beginning with Henry Clay's February 5-6 speech in the Senate, in 3 columns. Condition: good.

108. (Congress--Speeches, 1808-40). Group lot of five bound 8vo volumes containing a total of 96 Congressional speeches dating from 1808 to 1840. Speeches by John C. Calhoun, Thomas H. Benton, James Buchanan, Franklin Pierce, etc., on banks, foreign relations, Missouri, slavery, the federal budget, etc. Most titles from 1826-40, sixteen from 1808-14. Some have presentation inscriptions or free frank ms. signatures. Condition: some untrimmed; most good; should be seen.

109. (Congressional directory, 1823-32). CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY (Washington, 1823-32). 16mo, wraps, 47-64 pp. Directories for 1823, 1824, 1825, 1826, 1828, 1829, and 1832. Seven volumes. Condition: 1824 lacks both wraps; 1829 lacks front wrap; otherwise all good.

110. (Connecticut River, 1826-27). FACTS CONNECTED WITH THE APPLICATION FOR POWER TO IMPROVE THE NAVIGATION OF CONNECTICUT RIVER (n.p., n.d. [1826]). 8vo, 15 pp. With: FACTS RELATING TO THE IMPROVEMENT OF CONNECTICUT RIVER (n.p., n.d. [1826]). 8vo, 4 pp. With: COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS . . . AN ACT, TO CONFIRM AN ACT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF VERMONT, ENTITLED "AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR IMPROVING THE NAVIGATION IN THE VALLEY OF CONNECTICUT RIVER ([Boston, 1827]). 8vo, 36 pp. Three titles, three volumes. Condition: all good.

111. [Cooper, Thomas]. STRICTURES ADDRESSED TO JAMES MADISON ON THE CELEBRATED REPORT OF WILLIAM H. CRAWFORD, RECOMMENDING THE INTERMARRIAGE OF AMERICANS WITH THE INDIAN TRIBES (Philadelphia, 1824). 8vo, 22 pp. Strongly opposing intermarriage idea. Condition: disbound; some toning; fair.

112. Crawford, John. A LECTURE, INTRODUCTORY TO A COURSE OF LECTURES ON THE CAUSE, SEAT AND CURE OF DISEASES, PROPOSED TO BE DELIVERED IN THE CITY OF BALTIMORE (Baltimore, 1811). 8vo, 51 pp. Condition: removed; good.

113. Crocker, Henry. HISTORY OF THE BAPTISTS IN VERMONT (Bellows Falls, 1913). 8vo, 700 pp., ports. Condition: light water-staining along top edge; good.

114. Crockett, Walter H. VERMONT: THE GREEN MOUNTAIN STATE (New York, 1921). 8vo, 4 vols., 546-628 pp., illus., photos. The most detailed state history of Vermont. Condition: very good.

115. (Cross Crackers). MONTPELIER CRACKERS. BEST IN THE WORLD. C. H. CROSS AND SON (Montpelier, ca. 1900). Folding cardboard box, 19 x 25.5 x 19cm., illustration of Montpelier store/factory on two sides. "Established 1828. Put up in Family Style. C. H. Cross & Son, Bakers and Confectioners, Montpelier, Vt." Condition: good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

116. (Cumberland Road, 1808-15). MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . CONCERNING A ROAD FROM CUMBERLAND TO OHIO (Washington, 1808). 8vo, 8 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 16476. With: MESSAGE . . . A STATEMENT OF PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE "ACT TO REGULATE THE LAYING OUT AND MAKING A ROAD FROM CUMBERLAND IN THE STATE OF MARYLAND TO THE STATE OF OHIO" (Washington, 1811). 8vo, 16 pp. With: MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . REPORT FROM THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY (Washington, 1815). 8vo, 7 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 36325. Two copies. "A road from Cumberland . . . to the state of Ohio." With: REPORT . . . OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY (Washington, 1815). 8vo, 6 pp. With: LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY (Washington, 1815). 8vo, 6 pp. Five titles, six volumes. Condition: removed; some water-staining; fair to good.

117. Dallas, Alexander J. AN EXPOSITION OF THE CAUSES AND CHARACTER OF THE LATE WAR BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND GREAT-BRITAIN (Middlebury, 1815). 8vo, 59 pp. McCorison #1726. Condition: some foxing; untrimmed; good.

118. -----. REPORTS OF CASES RULED AND ADJUDGED IN THE COURTS OF PENNSYLVANIA, BEFORE AND SINCE THE REVOLUTION (Philadelphia, 1806, 1798, 1799, 1807). 8vo, 4 vols., 472-519 pp. Evans 33598, 35374, 22445; Shaw & Shoemaker 12384. Volume One is entirely Pennsylvania cases, Volumes Two-Four are U.S. Supreme Court cases, the first such compilation and covering the tenures of John Jay and Oliver Ellsworth as Chief Justice. Condition: good.

119. Davis, Washington. CAMP-FIRE CHATS OF THE CIVIL WAR (Rutland, 1886). 8vo, 420 pp., illus. "Also a history of the Grand Army of the Republic . . . by a Comrade." Condition: good.

120. (Deaf, 1824-34). ADDRESS DELIVERED AT WASHINGTON HALL . . . 30TH MAY, 1826 . . . NEW-YORK INSTITUTION FOR THE INSTRUCTION OF THE DEAF AND DUMB (New York, 1826). 8vo, 32 pp., illus. With: FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT . . . NEW-YORK INSTITUTION FOR THE INSTRUCTION OF THE DEAF AND DUMB (New York, 1824). 8vo, 26 pp. With: Joseph Togno, A POPULAR ESSAY ON THE LAW OF ACOUSTICS . . . CASES OF PERSONS CURED OF DEAFNESS (Philadelphia, 1834). 8vo, 63 (1) pp. Three titles, three volumes. Condition: all removed; all light water-staining; all good.

121. Dean, James. AN ALPHABETICAL ATLAS, OR, GAZETTEER OF VERMONT (Montpelier, 1808). 8vo, 43 pp. Howes D-167. McCorison #984. Condition: removed; trimmed close at top; good.

122. De Puy, Henry W. ETHAN ALLEN AND THE GREEN-MOUNTAIN HEROES OF '76 (Boston, 1853). 8vo, 428 pp., frontis. First edition. With: THE MOUNTAIN HERO AND HIS ASSOCIATES (Boston, 1855). 8vo, 428 pp., frontis. Same text, different titles. Condition: good.

123. Dickens, Charles. THE BATTLE OF LIFE. A LOVE STORY (New York, 1847). 8vo, printed wraps, 31 (1) pp. Harper & Brothers edition of Dickens' 1847 Christmas story. Condition: untrimmed; some toning; fair to good.

124. (Duels, 1838). DEATH OF MR. CILLEY—DUEL . . . COMMITTEE OF INVESTIGATION . . . REPORT ([Washington, 1838]). 8vo, sewn, 182 pp. Congressman Jonathan Cilley from Maine killed by Congressman William J. Graves in a duel with rifles, February 1838. Condition: untrimmed; good.

125. Dufur, S. M. OVER THE DEAD LINE: OR, TRACKED BY BLOOD-HOUNDS (n.p., n.d. [1902]). 8vo, 283 pp., photos. With an 1865 bank order to Dufur laid in. Author from Richford, Vt., served in First Vermont Cavalry. "Giving the Author's personal experience during eleven months that he was confined in Pemberton, Libby, Belle Island, Andersonville, Ga., and Florence, S.C., as a prisoner of war." Condition: good.

126. [Dwight, Timothy, Jr.]. THE NORTHERN TRAVELLER, AND NORTHERN TOUR (New York, 1830). 12mo, viii 444 pp., 19 maps, 9 plates. Howes D-607. Condition: pp. 441-42 of Index have small tear top right corner, excising a few words; good.

127. (Embargo, 1808). MR. WHITE'S SPEECH IN THE SENATE . . . ON MR. HILLHOUSE'S RESOLUTION TO REPEAL THE EMBARGO LAWS, NOVEMBER 22, 1808 ([Washington, 1808]). 8vo, 15 pp. With: GEN. S. SMITH'S SPEECH . . . 28TH NOVEMBER, 1808 ([Washington, 1808]). 8vo, 24 pp. With: MR. HILLHOUSE'S SPEECH . . . NOVEMBER 29, 1808 (Washington, 1808]). 8vo, 15 pp. With: MR. GILES' SPEECH . . . DECEMBER 2, 1808 ([Washington, 1808]). 8vo, 20 pp. Four titles, four volumes. Condition: removed; good.

128. Edwards, Ninian. ADDRESS OF NINIAN EDWARDS. 8vo, sewn, 75 pp. With: MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . COMMUNICATION OF NINIAN EDWARDS. 8vo, 2 pp. With: COMMUNICATION FROM THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY . . . ADDRESS OF NINIAN EDWARDS. 8vo, 67 pp. With: REPORT OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE TO WHOM WAS REFERRED THE ADDRESS OF NINIAN EDWARDS. 8vo, 23 pp. With: REPORT OF THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON THE ADDRESS OF NINIAN EDWARDS. 8vo, 156 pp. (All Washington, 1824). On Edwards' actions regarding Bank of Edwardsville 1818-19, charges brought by Sec. of Treasury William H. Crawford. Five titles, five volumes. Condition: all untrimmed; some foxing; all good.

1843 African-American Biography

129. (Eldridge, Eleanor). MEMOIRS OF ELEANOR ELDRIDGE (Providence, RI, 1843). 24mo, orig. cloth & boards, 127 pp., crude front. port. Condition: good. Published for the benefit of Eldridge, whose father was a slave and whose maternal grandmother was a Narragansett Indian. Condition: good.

130. (Election, 1824). THE LETTERS OF WYOMING . . . ON THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, AND IN FAVOUR OF ANDREW JACKSON (Philadelphia, 1824). 8vo, 104 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 19341. With: PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONVENTION, ASSEMBLED AT HARRISBURG, MARCH 4, 1814 . . . DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICANS OF PENNSYLVANIA ([Harrisburg, 1824]). 8vo, 24 pp. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: both removed; some toning; both good.

131. (-----1828). ALBANY ARGUS, EXTRA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1828 . . . A REPLY TO THE ADDRESS OF GEN. PETER B. PORTER AND OTHERS (Albany, 1828). 8vo, 9 pp. With: A CONCISE NARRATIVE OF GEN. JACKSON'S FIRST INVASION OF FLORIDA, AND OF HIS IMMORTAL DEFENCE OF NEW-ORLEANS (Albany, 1828). 8vo, 54 pp. With: AN EXPOSITION OF THE POLITICAL CONDUCT AND PRINCIPLES OF JOHN QUINCY ADAMS (Philadelphia, 1827). 8vo, 15 (1) pp. With: THE POLITICAL CHARACTER OF JOHN QUINCY ADAMS DELINEATED (Albany, 1828). 8vo, 30 pp. Four titles, four volumes. Condition: all removed; all with some water-staining; all fair to good.

132. Elliott, Charles. W. THE NEW ENGLAND HISTORY (New York, 1857). 8vo, 2 vols., 492 & 479 pp., front. ports. "From the discovery of the continent by the Northmen, A.D. 986, to the period when the colonies declared their independence, A.D. 1776." Condition: good.

133. Ellis, William A. NORWICH UNIVERSITY 1819-1911 (Montpelier, 1911). 8vo, 3 vols., 604, 772 & 760 pp., illus., photos. "Her History, Her Graduates, Her Roll of Honor." Condition: good.

Emory's "Military Reconnaissance," with the Large Folding Map

134. Emory, William H. NOTES OF A MILITARY RECONNAISSANCE, FROM FORT LEAVENWORTH, IN MISSOURI, TO SAN DIEGO, IN CALIFORNIA (Washington, 1848). House Ex. Doc. No. 41. 8vo, 614 pp., 66 plates, two folding maps, plus the large folding map not present in most copies. Howes E-145. Graff 1249. Wheat 3:6-7, "The map of Lieutenant Emory (including the map of Abert and Peck and the map of Cooke) is a document of towering significance in the cartographic history of the West." Emory report pp. 1-416; J. W. Abert report "Examination of New Mexico" pp. 417-548; P. St. George Cooke report "His March from Santa Fe, New Mexico, to San Diego, Upper California" pp. 548-[563]; A. R. Johnston "Journal" pp. 564-614. Folding map in back pocket, "Military Reconnaissance of the Arkansas Rio Del Norte and Rio Gila," 75 x 160cm. Condition: paper spine label torn; light foxing; good.

135. (Essex County, Vt., 1878). F. W. Beers, MAP OF THE COUNTY OF ESSEX, VERMONT (New York, 1878). Wall-map, lithograph, 137 x 125cm, colored. Cobb #387. View of Vermont capitol in title cartouche, 12 inset town and village plans; the only Vermont county for which Beers did not publish an atlas. Condition: original wooden rods; very good; strong color; considerably better than average shape. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

136. (-----1913). E. McCourt Macy, MAP SHOWING LAND OWNED BY THE INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY IN GRANBY, GUILDHALL & MAIDSTONE, VT (March 1913). Surveyor's map, on oilskin, 86 x 69cm, colored. Details of IPC's holdings, with notes on ownership of adjoining lands, elevations, waterways, roads, RRs, etc. Condition: some foxing; a little weakness at fold lines; good.

Large Estey Organ Color Advertisement

137. (Estey Organ Co.). ESTEY ORGAN CO. ESTABLISHED 1846. BRATTLEBORO, VERMONT, U.S.A. THE MOST EXTENSIVE IN THE WORLD ([New York, ca. 1890]). Broadside, 61.5 x 81.5cm. Impressive chromolithograph view by J. Ottmann of the large Estey factory complex; inset portraits of company officers lower right; inset of family around parlor organ lower left. Condition: excellent color; vertical center fold line; good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

138. Fessenden, Thomas G. THE LADIES MONITOR, A POEM (Bellows Falls, 1818). 8vo, orig. paper boards, 180 pp. McCorison #2015. Inscribed by author to William C. Bradley, front flyleaf. Condition: water-staining to first and last 5 leaves; fair.

139. (Fincastle, ca. 1771). Anonymous manuscript, "Map of Fincastle" (n.d., ca. 1771). 32.5 x 20 cm. Simple manuscript survey, showing outlines of Fincastle, "By a Scale of 80 Chs. To an Inch." On verso is ms. note, "Plot of Fincastle, in the County of Albany, Province of New York." Named for the Earl of Dunmore's son, Fincastle was a June 11, 1771 New York grant of land in present-day Killington and Stockbridge, Vermont. Condition: good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

140. (Fisheries, 1825). MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . THE CAPTURE AND DETENTION, BY BRITISH ARMED VESSELS, OF AMERICAN FISHERMEN, DURING THE LAST SEASON (Washington, 1825). 8vo, sewn, 55 pp. Condition: uncut, untrimmed; good.

141. (Fletcher, Thomas). FLETCHER'S CASE. THE REIGN OF TERROR REVIVED. PROVIDENCE, AUGUST, 1810 (Providence, 1810]). 8vo, 8 pp. Details case of Fletcher being whipped for returning to Providence, Rhode Island, after expulsion from city; protests against "a deed at which humanity and mercy revolt." Condition: removed; light toning; good.

142. (Florida, 1824). LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY . . . LAND CLAIMS IN FLORIDA (Washington, 1824). 8vo, 346 pp. With: MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . A REPORT OF ALEXANDER HAMILTON . . . LAND TITLES IN EAST FLORIDA (Washington, 1824). 8vo, 84 pp, folding tab. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: uncut, untrimmed; good.

143. (-----1824-25). LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF STATE . . . NAVIGATION OF THE GULF OF FLORIDA (Washington, 1824). 8vo, 11 pp. With: LETTER FROM SAMUEL R. OVERTON AND JOSEPH M. WHITE . . . REPORT OF CLAIMS TO LAND IN WEST FLORIDA (Washington, 1825). 8vo, 10 pp. Two copies. With: MEMORIAL OF SUNDRY INHABITANTS OF THAT PART OF FLORIDA ATTACHED TO THE STATE OF LOUISIANA (Washington, 1825). 8vo, 5 pp. With: MEMORIAL OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF THE TERRITORY OF FLORIDA (Washington, 1825). 8vo, 5 pp. Four titles, five volumes. Condition: all uncut, untrimmed; all good.

144. (Foreign Trade, 1808-10). MEMORIALS OF SUNDRY MERCHANTS, RELATIVE TO THE INFRINGEMENT OF OUR NEUTRAL TRADE (Washington, 1808). 8vo, 138 pp., 1 folding tab. Shaw & Shoemaker 16457. Memorials of merchants of Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, New Haven, Newburyport, and Salem, printed by the Senate in an edition of 200 copies. With: MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . COPIES OF THE SEVERAL COMMUNICATIONS MADE TO THE GOVERNMENTS OF FRANCE AND GREAT BRITAIN . . . THE LAWFUL COMMERCE AND NEUTRAL RIGHTS OF THE UNITED STATES (Washington, 1810). 8vo, 20 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 21753. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: removed; good.

145. (France, 1797-1813). Erskine, Thomas. A VIEW OF THE CAUSES . . . OF THE PRESENT WAR WITH FRANCE (Philadelphia, 1797). 8vo, 73 24 pp. Evans 32097. With: MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . THE FRENCH DECREE PURPORTING TO BE A REPEAL OF THE BERLIN AND MILAN DECREES (Washington, 1813). 8vo, 44 pp. Sewn with: REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE . . . REPEAL OF THE BERLIN AND MILAN DECREES (Washington, 1813). 8vo, 4 pp. Two copies of the 1813 titles; three titles, five imprints, three volumes. Condition: one 1813 trimmed close; Erskine removed; good.

146. (-----1807-10). Armstrong, John. PAPERS RELATIVE TO FRENCH AFFAIRS, COMMUNICATED BY GENERAL ARMSTRONG TO MR. MONROE ([Washington, 1807]). 12mo, running title, 19 pp. With: same (Washington, 1808). 8vo, 21 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 16535. With: LETTER FROM M. CHAMPAGNY, THE FRENCH MINISTER FOR EXTERIOR RELATIONS, TO GENERAL ARMSTRONG, THE MINISTER OF THE UNITED STATES AT PARIS (Washington, 1808). 8vo, 4 pp. With: MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . THE BLOCKADE OF THE PORTS OF THE BALTIC BY FRANCE (Washington, 1810). 8vo, 11 pp. Three titles, four volumes. Condition: removed; good.

147. (-----1826). MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . GOVERNMENT OF FRANCE . . . SPOLIATIONS COMMITTED BY THAT POWER ON THE COMMERICE OF THE UNITED STATES, ANTERIOR TO SEPTEMBER 30, 1800 (Washington, 1826). 8vo, sewn, blue wraps, 840 pp. Condition: missing back blue wrap; uncut, untrimmed; good.

148. (Franklin & Grand Isle Counties, Vt., 1871). F. W. Beers et al., ATLAS OF FRANKLIN AND GRAND ISLE COUNTIES, VERMONT (New York, 1871). Folio, 20 town plans and 42 village plans in color. Cobb #368. Condition: good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

149. (-----1891). Lewis C. Aldrich, ed., HISTORY OF FRANKLIN AND GRAND ISLE COUNTIES, VERMONT (Syracuse, 1891). Small 4to, 821 pp., ports., a.e.g. Condition: front cover detached but present; otherwise good.

150. (Franklin Rail Road Company, 1830). THE CONTEMPLATED PLAN OF THE FRANKLIN RAIL ROAD COMPANY (Boston, 1830). 8vo, 7 pp., map. Boston to Brattleboro, Keene, Northampton, and Springfield. Condition: bound in modern buckram; good.

151. [Gallatin, Albert]. REPORT, IN PART, OF THE COMMITTEE APPOINTED ON SO MUCH OF THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE AS RESPECTS OUR FOREIGN RELATIONS (Washington, 1808). 8vo, 16 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 16545. "Measures ought to be taken immediately for placing the country in a more complete state of defence." Condition: removed; good.

152. [-----]. REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY; ON THE SUBJECT OF PUBLIC ROADS AND CANALS (Washington, 1808). 8vo, 123 pp. First edition. Howes G-27. Includes letter from Robert Fulton, pp. 102-23, and the earliest printed call for building railroads in the U.S., by Benjamin Henry Latrobe. Condition: removed; light toning; good.

153. Gallup, Joseph A. OUTLINES OF THE INSTITUTES OF MEDICINE (Boston, 1839). 8vo, 416 pp., frontis. port. "Volume One." "Founded on the philosophy of the human economy, in health, and in disease." With: SKETCHES OF EPIDEMIC DISEASES IN THE STATE OF VERMONT; FROM ITS FIRST SETTLEMENT TO THE YEAR 1815 (Boston, 1815). 8vo, 419 pp. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: Outlines good; hinges weak and spine worn on Sketches, fair.

154. (General Land Office, 1853). REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF THE GENERAL LAND OFFICE . . . 1853 (Washington, 1853). 8vo, blue printed wraps, 176 pp, 4 folding maps (WI/MN Terrs., AR, FL, MI). Condition: uncut, untrimmed; good.

155. (Georgia, 1809). SUNDRY PAPERS, IN RELATION TO CLAIMS, COMMONLY CALLED THE YAZOO CLAIMS (Washington, 1809). Dispute over Georgia land grants of 1789-95. 8vo, 195 pp. Howes Y-4. Edition of 300 copies. Condition: pp. 193-95 in photocopy only; removed; good.

156. (-----1824-25). MEMORIAL & REMONSTRANCE . . . STATE OF GEORGIA . . . EXTINGUISHMENT OF THE INDIAN TITLE TO CERTAIN LANDS (Washington, 1824). 8vo, 5 pp. Two copies. With: MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . COMPACT BETWEEN THE U. STATES & THE STATE OF GEORGIA, OF 1802 (Washington, 1824). 8vo, sewn, 82 pp. With: PETITION OF WILLIAM DIXON AND JAMES DICKSON . . . PRAYING THE REMISSION OF A FORFEITURE (Augusta, GA, 1825). 8vo, sewn, 22 (1) pp. Asking remuneration for losses from 1812 seizure of their Savannah ship and cargo. Three titles, four volumes. Condition: good.

157. Goddard, M. E. & Partridge, Henry V. A HISTORY OF NORWICH, VERMONT (Hanover, 1905). 8vo, 276 (1) pp., photos. Condition: good.

158. (Government Publications, 1802-08). Group lot of federal government publications; reports, petitions, messages, etc. of various branches of government (Washington, 1802-08). 8vo, 2-150 pp. 254 volumes/titles. Condition: most removed; good.

159. (-----1809-11). Group lot of federal government publications, various branches of government (Washington, 1809-11). 8vo, 4-24 pp. 98 volumes/titles. Condition: most removed; good.

160. (-----1820-29). Group lot, various branches of government (Washington, 1820-29). Five cubic feet of material; hundreds of volumes/titles. Condition: good.

161. (-----1830-39). Group lot, various branches of government (Washington, 1830-39). Three cubic feet of material; hundreds of volumes/titles. Condition: good.

162. (-----1840-62). Group lot, various branches of government (Washington, 1840-62). Three cubic feet of material, ca. 100 titles. Condition: good.

163. Graffagnino, J. Kevin. THE SHAPING OF VERMONT: FROM THE WILDERNESS TO THE CENTENNIAL, 1749-1877 (Bennington, 1983). Folio, xxxii, 147 pp., 306 illus., 8 color plates. Deluxe Edition, limited to 250 signed & numbered sets; specially bound, in slipcase, with portfolio of 6 color facsimiles of early maps. Condition: very good.

164. (Grafton, Vt., 1904). LIVE STOCK SALE IN GRAFTON, VT. . . . FRIDAY, OCT. 28, 1904 . . . J. W. EDDY. . . . V. A. WILBUR (Chester, [1904]). Broadside, 61 x 46cm. Condition: good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

165. (-----, 1919). AUCTION. ADMINSTRATOR'S SALE TO SETTLE THE ESTATE OF THE LATE GEO. W. HALL, LATE OF GRAFTON . . . FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1919 (No place, [1919]). Broadside, 63 x 46cm. Sale of cattle, sheep, horses, hay, farming tools. Condition: small repaired tears; one narrow 5cm hole left center; fair to good.

166. Grimes, J. Stanley. A NEW SYSTEM OF PHRENOLOGY (Buffalo, 1839). 12mo, 320 pp., 8 engraved illus., 8 lithographed plates. Condition: good.

Limited Edition of Hall's Eastern Vermont 1865

167. Hall, Benjamin H. HISTORY OF EASTERN VERMONT (Albany, 1865). Small 4to, 2 vols., three-quarters red morocco, 799 pp., folding plate, folding map. illus. Howes H-50. Special large-paper edition, #38 of 50 copies. Condition: ex-library, few marks; some rubbing; good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

168. -----. Same, first edition (New York, 1858). 8vo, 799 pp., illus. With 16-page printed prospectus for the book laid in. Condition: both good.

169. Hall, Frederick. CATALOGUE OF MINERALS, FOUND IN THE STATE OF VERMONT (Hartford, 1824). 8vo, printed wraps, 44 pp. Author a professor at Middlebury College. Two copies. Condition: some cover wear; untrimmed; good.

170. Hall, Hiland. THE HISTORY OF VERMONT, FROM ITS DISCOVERY TO ITS ADMISSION INTO THE UNION IN 1791 (Albany, 1868). 8vo, 521 (1) pp., folding map, small broadside advertisement for book laid in at front. Howes H-68. Presentation copy from author to "Rev. Mr. Patridge," June 1875, front flyleaf. Condition: good.

Alexander Hamilton on the National Bank

171. [Hamilton, Alexander]. REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY, ON THE SUBJECT OF A NATIONAL BANK, MADE THE THIRTEENTH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1790 (Washington, 1810). 8vo, 62 pp., 1 folding tab. Shaw & Shoemaker 21860. Second edition, with an additional report by Albert Gallatin. Condition: removed; good.

172. [-----]. REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY, ON THE SUBJECT OF MANUFACTURES, MADE THE FIFTH OF DECEMBER, 1791 (Washington, 1809). 8vo, 109 pp. Howes H-123. Reprint of Hamilton's famous call for American industrialization. Condition: removed; light spotting on t.p.; good.

Hamilton on Public Credit 1795

173. [-----]. REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY . . . JANUARY 19TH, 1795; CONTANING A PLAN FOR THE FURTHER SUPPORT OF PUBLIC CREDIT ([Philadelphia], 1795). 8vo, 90 pp., 10 tabs on 5. Howes H-122. Evans 29772. Variant with the 10 tabs printed back to back rather than on separate sheets. Condition: good.

174. (Hampden County, Mass.). MAP OF HAMPDEN COUNTY, MASSACHUSETTS (Boston, 1855). Wall-map, 103 x 165cm, 17 inset maps, Springfield and Holyoke business directories at bottom. "Based upon the Trigonometrical Survey of the State . . . under the direction of Henry F. Walling." Condition: strong color; original wooden rods; top right corner missing, cutting slightly into inset geological map of the county; otherwise good to very good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

175. Hassler, F. R. CORRECTIONS TO THE PAPERS ON THE COAST SURVEY (New York, 1826). 8vo, 13 pp. With: ELEMENTS OF ANALYTIC TRIGONOMETRY, PLANE AND SPHERICAL (New York, 1826). 8vo, 192 pp., folding plate. With: PRINCIPAL DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE SURVEY OF THE COAST OF THE UNITED STATES (New York, 1834). 8vo, 180 iii (1) pp., folding map. Three titles, three volumes. Condition: all removed; some water-staining to Principal Documents; all good.

176. Hayward, John. THE NEW ENGLAND GAZETTEER (Concord, 1839). 8vo, orig. full calf, unpaginated, frontispiece, 1 plate, illustrated. "Containing descriptions of all the states, counties and towns in New England. Condition: binding worn; contents sound, good.

177. (Hazen, Moses). REPORT . . . THE PETITION OF MOSES WHITE AND CHARLOTTE HAZEN, EXECUTOR AND EXECUTRIX OF MOSES HAZEN, DECEASED ([Washington, 1804]). 8vo, 4 pp. With: REPORT . . . PETITION . . . MOSES HAZEN ([Washington, 1804]). 8vo, 5 pp. Hazen (1733-1803) worked with Jacob Bayley to construct the Bayley-Hazen Road in northern Vermont during the American Revolution. Condition: removed; good.

178. Hemenway, Abby M. CLARKE PAPERS: MRS. MEECH AND HER FAMILY (Burlington, [1878]). 12mo, 312 pp. "Limited Edition." With: POETS AND POETRY OF VERMONT (Boston, 1860). 8vo, 514 pp., frontis. port. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: good.

179. -----. THE LOCAL HISTORY OF ANDOVER, VERMONT (Perth Amboy, 1922). 4to, pp. [19-94], ports. "One Hundred and Twenty-five Copies Reprinted for Heartman's Historical Series." Condition: good.

180. -----. THE VERMONT HISTORICAL GAZETTEER (Burlington, 1868). Volume One. 8vo, orig. leather binding, 1096 pp., ports. Howes H-403. Condition: very good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

181. -----. Same (Burlington, 1871). Volume Two. 8vo, orig. leather binding, 1199 (1) pp., ports. Howes H-403. Condition: good.

182. -----. Same (Claremont, 1877). Volume Three. 8vo, orig. leather binding, 1245 pp., ports. Howes H-403. Condition: good.

183. -----. Same (Montpelier, 1882). Volume Four. 8vo, orig. leather binding, 1200 pp., ports. Howes H-403. Condition: very good.

184. (-----). INDEX TO THE CONTENTS OF THE VERMONT HISTORICAL GAZETTEER (Rutland, 1923). 8vo, 1118 pp, modern binding. Condition: as with most copies of the Hemenway Index, contents went through the 1927 Flood in a Montpelier basement; nonetheless, complete and useable.

185. (Hemp, 1825). REPORTS FROM THE NAVY DEPARTMENT, IN RELATION TO EXPERIMENTS ON AMERICAN WATER-ROTTED HEMP (Washington, 1828). 8vo, 35 pp. Condition: uncut, untrimmed; good.

186. (Henry, John). MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . TRANSMITTING CERTAIN DOCUMENTS OBTAINED FROM A SECRET AGENT OF THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT . . . TO DESTROY THE UNION OF THE UNITED STATES (Washington, 1812). 8vo, 50 pp. Howes M-557. Shaw & Shoemaker 27248. Details Henry's espionage efforts in New England. With: REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS . . . CERTAIN DOCUMENTS COMMUNICATED TO HIM BY JOHN HENRY, A SECRET AGENT OF THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT (Washington, 1812). 8vo, 11 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 27231. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: removed; good.

Herndon and Gibbon Explore the Valley of the Amazon

187. Herndon, Lewis & Gibbon, Lardner. EXPLORATION OF THE VALLEY OF THE AMAZON (Washington, 1853). 8vo, stamped cloth, 2 vols., 414 (2) & 339 pp., 51 plates. With two accompanying 8vo portfolios of maps, 5 folding maps. Condition: some foxing; good.

188. Hibbard, George S. RUPERT, VT. HISTORICAL AND DESCRIPTIVE 1761-1898 (Rutland, [1899]). 8vo, 211 pp. Condition: good.

189. (Horses, 1859). MT. DEFIANCE . . . WILL STAND THIS SEASON FOR MARES . . . AT THE STABLE OF HIS OWNER, J. S. WILCOX, IN THE VILLAGE OF ORWELL . . . MAY 17, 1859 (Middlebury, [1859]). Broadside, 44 x 31cm, decorative border, woodcut of horse and trotting rig top center. "The above named horse . . . was foaled in Orwell, Vt., on the 8th day of August,. 1855. He was sired by the celebrated trotting horse Old Columbus. His dam is of the Morgan race. Condition: framed; good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

190. (-----ca. 1905). HORSES FOR SALE . . . I ALSO HAVE A LOT OF WAGONS, CARRIAGES AND FARMING TOOLS FOR SALE . . . J. W. BEUMOND, BELLOWS FALLS, VT ([Bellows, Falls, n.d., ca. 1905]). Broadside, 64 x 46cm. Lists 19 horses for sale, describing each one. Condition: good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

191. (Horticulture, 1836-52). CATALOGUE OF VEGETABLE, HERB, TREE, FLOWER AND GRASS SEEDS . . . GEO. C. BARRET (Boston, 1836). 12mo, 72 pp., illus. With: ANNUAL CATALOGUE OF VEGETABLE, TREE, FLOWER, FIELD AND GRASS SEEDS . . . BY ELLIS & BOSSON (Boston, 1839). 12mo, 74 (1) pp., illus. With: DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE OF FRUIT TREES, VINES, ROSES, &C. . . . LEVI BURT, AT THE WALPOLE NURSERY, WALPOLE, N.H. (Bellows Falls, 1852). 8vo, 15 pp. With: A DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE OF GREEN-HOUSE AND HOT-HOUSE PLANTS . . . HOVEY & CO. (Boston, 1852). 8vo, 19 (1) pp. Four titles, four volumes. Condition: all fair to good.

191-A. Hoskins, Nathan. A HISTORY OF THE STATE OF VERMONT (Vergennes, 1831). 12mo, orig. full calf, 316 pp. Valuable for detail on early 19th-century Vermont. Condition: good.

Sam Houston Biography 1856

192. (Houston, Sam). LIFE OF GENERAL SAM HOUSTON (Washington, [1856]). 8vo, 15 pp. Sabin 33192. Two-column text. With Houston's ms. free frank signature pasted to front page. Condition: untrimmed; good.

Gerlach's Map of the Battle of Hubbardton

193. (Hubbardton Battle, 1777). P. Gerlach, PLAN OF THE ACTION AT HUBERTON UNDER BRIGADIER GENL. FRAZER, SUPPORTED BY MAJOR GENL. REIDESEL, ON THE 7TH JULY 1777 (London, 1780). Engraving, 27 x 34 cm. Cobb #48. Phillips p. 321. Detailed view of the action at Hubbardton between Burgoyne's Germans and the rear guard of the American retreat from Ticonderoga, the only battle of the Revolution fought on Vermont soil; from Burgoyne's State of the Expedition from Canada. Condition: professionally matted and framed; very good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

194. Hull, A. G. PRACTICAL ELUCIDATION ON THE NATURE OF HERNIA, TOGETHER WITH SOME REMARKS ON THE INSTRUMENTS HITHERTO USED FOR ITS CONFINEMENT (New York, 1824). 8vo, 28 pp., front. plate. Condition: removed; good.

195. (Illinois, 1825). ILLINOIS BOUNTY LANDS FOR SALE OR REDEMPTION ([Belleville, IL, 1825]). 8vo, (6) pp. Signed in print James Mitchell, Belleville; list of lands pp. 3-6. Condition: untrimmed; some foxing; some margin notes; good.

196. (Impressment, 1801-13). Group lot of eight federal government documents on the impressment of American sailors by England and France. (Washington, 1801-13). 8vo-4to, 12-137 pp., folding tabs. Eight titles, nine volumes. Should be seen. Condition: most removed; most uncut, untrimmed; fair to good.

197. (Indiana, 1806-09). MEMORIAL . . . OF THE COUNTIES OF RANDOLPH AND ST. CLAIR, IN THE INDIANA TERRITORY (Washington, 1806). 8vo, 12 pp. Petition to divide territory into slave and free halves. With: REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE . . . TO INQUIRE INTO THE EXPEDIENCY OF DIVIDING THE INDIANA TERRITORY (Washington, 1808). 8vo, 7 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 16555. With: REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE PETITION OF THOMAS RANDOLPH, CONTESTING THE ELECTION OF JONATHAN JENNINGS, DELEGATE FROM THE INDIANA TERRITORY (Washington , 1809). 8vo, 8 pp. Three titles, three volumes. Condition: removed; good.

198. (-----1811-14). REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC LANDS, ON THE PETITION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL AND H. OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE INDIANA TERRITORY (Washington, 1811). 8vo, 7 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 24290. With: REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC LANDS . . . COMMISSIONERS FOR SETTLING CLAIMS TO LANDS IN THE DISTRICT OF KASKASKIA (Washington, 1811). 8vo, 8 pp. With: AN ACT . . . OF THE INDIANA TERRITORY . . . REORGANIZING COURTS OF JUSTICE (Washington, 1814). 8vo, 9 pp. Three titles, three volumes. Condition: removed; good.

George Washington Presents Observations on Indian Treaties 1794

199. (Indians, 1794). THE SECRETARY OF WAR RESPECTFULLY SUBMITS . . . OBSERVATIONS RESPECTING THE PRESERVATION OF PEACE WITH THE INDIAN TRIBES WITH WHOM THE UNITED STATES HAS FORMED TREATIES ([Philadelphia, 1794]). Small 8vo, blue wraps, 7 pp. Not listed in Evans. Printed cover sheet with Dec. 30, 1794, George Washington letter of transmittal to Congress. Condition: untrimmed; good.

200. (-----1812). REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE . . . TRANSMITTING TWO LETTERS FROM GOVERNOR HARRISON, REPORTING THE PARTICULARS AND ISSUE OF THE EXPEDITION UNDER HIS COMMAND AGAINST THE INDIANS (Washington, 1812). 8vo, 6 pp. Praising William H. H. Harrison's 1811 Wabash campaign against Tecumseh. Condition: removed; good.

201. (-----1825). LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF WAR . . . DISBURSEMENTS OF INDIAN AGENTS (Washington, 1825). 8vo, unpag., many folding tabs. Includes "Disbursements of Indian Agents. Part II." Condition: uncut, untrimmed; good.

202. (-----). MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . IN RELATION TO THE VARIOUS TRIBES OF INDIANS WITHIN THE UNITED STATES (Washington, 1825). 8vo, 13 pp., 4 folding tabs. "Recommending a plan for their future location and government." With: MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . ABSTRACT OF LICENSES GRANTED TO PERSONS TO TRADE IN THE INDIAN COUNTRY (Washington, 1825). 8vo, 3 (1) pp., 3 folding tabs. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: untrimmed; good.

203. (-----1826). INTERCOURSE WITH THE INDIANS. MAY 20TH, 1826 . . . COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAIRS . . . REPORT ([Washington, 1826]). 8vo, sewn, 10 pp., 1 folding tab. Two copies. With: TRADE AND INTERCOURSE WITH THE INDIANS. LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF WAR (Washington, 1826). 8vo, 47 pp., 46 folding tabs. Two titles, three volumes. Condition: Trade has some mold discoloration, fair; others good.

204. (Insurance). THE JOHN HANCOCK MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. BOSTON, MASS. 1896 ([Boston, 1895]). Chromolithograph wall-calendar, 40.5 x 32cm. Picture at top, "Sunset, July 4th, 1776. John Hancock announcing that the Declaration has been signed," monthly calendar for 1896 below. Condition: framed; strong color; very good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

205. (Jackson, Andrew). OFFICIAL RECORD FROM THE WAR DEPARTMENT, OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE COURT MARTIAL WHICH TRIED, AND THE ORDERS OF GENERAL JACKSON FOR SHOOTING THE SIX MILITIA MEN (Concord, NH, 1828). 8vo, 52 pp. Howes J-11. "Showing that these American citizens were inhumanly and illegally massacred." December 1814 courts martial for mutiny, 6 executed by Jackson's order. Condition: removed; some toning; good.

206. (-----, 1815-28). RESOLUTIONS . . . EXPRESSIVE OF THE THANKS OF CONGRESS TO MAJOR GENERAL JACKSON (Washington, 1815). 8vo, 4 pp. Two copies. With: REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE . . . COURT MARTIAL, ORDERED FOR THE TRIAL OF CERTAIN TENNESSEE MILITIAMEN (Washington, 1828). 8vo, sewn, 63 pp., 37 folding tabs of southern militia rolls. Two titles, three volumes. Condition: last tab of Report damaged at ends, otherwise good; Resolutions good.

207. -----1831. CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN GEN. ANDREW JACKSON AND JOHN C. CALHOUN . . . THE COURSE OF THE LATTER . . . ON THE OCCURRENCES IN THE SEMINOLE WAR (Washington, 1831). 8vo, 52 pp. Howes J-6. Condition: untrimmed; removed; light water-staining; good.

208. Jackson, William H., JACKSON'S CHOICEST VIEWS OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS (Denver, n.d. [ca. 1890]). Portfolio of 12 individual photogravures, 24 x 30.5cm., in printed stiff paper case. Scenic images by Jackson, each labeled/identified; "published by The W. H. Jackson Photo and Publishing Co., Denver." Condition: case worn at folds; images good or better. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

209. Jefferson, Thomas. MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . TRANSMITTING COPIES OF ALL ORDERS AND DECREES OF THE BELLIGERENT POWERS OF EUROPE, AFFECTING THE COMMERCIAL RIGHTS OF THE U. STATES, PASSED SINCE 1791 (Washington, 1808). 8vo, sewn, 123 pp. Condition: some foxing; good.

210. Jeffrey, William H. RICHMOND PRISONS 1861-1862 (St. Johnsbury, [1893]). 8vo, 271 pp., illus. "Compiled from the original records kept by the Confederate government [and] journals kept by Union prisoners of war." Condition: good.

211. (Johnson, Andrew). TRIAL OF ANDREW JOHNSON, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, BEFORE THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES ON IMPEACHMENT BY THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FOR HIGH CRIMES AND MISDEMEANORS (Washington, 1868). 8vo, 3 vols., 741 498 401 pp. Condition: light cover spotting; front edge of vol. 2 worn; generally good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

212. Jones, Robert C. THE CENTRAL VERMONT RAILWAY: A YANKEE TRADITION (Silverton, CO, 1981-82). 4to, six volumes, each 192 pp., photos, illus., maps. Condition: very good.

213. (Juveniles, 1840-49). THE WHALE, AND THE PERILS OF THE WHALE-FISHERY (New Haven, 1840). 32mo, 16 pp., 6 plates. With: THE CHILD'S PICTURE BOOK (Concord, NH, 1849). 48mo, 8 pp., illus. Condition: both good.

214. (Kendall, Dr. B. J.) PROF. FLINT'S HORSE AND CATTLE CONDITION AND RENOVATING POWDERS . . . DR. B. J. KENDALL COMPANY, ENOSBURGH FALLS, VT. ([Enosburgh Falls, ca. 1890]). Broadside, 29.5 x 19cm, illus. of horse at center. "The best article known for all diseases of Horses and Cattle, arising from impure blood." Condition: framed; good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

215. (Kennon, Beverly). MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . TRIAL OF LIEUT. BEVERLY KENNON (Washington, 1824). 8vo, sewn, 93 53 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 18093. Kennon acquitted on charges of defaming the character of Capt. David Porter. Condition: uncut, untrimmed; good.

216. (Kentucky, 1808-12). DOCUMENTS . . . THE PETITION OF SUNDRY INHABITANTS OF KNOX COUNTY IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY (Washington, 1808). 8vo, 7 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 16391. With: REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE . . . RELIEF OF WILLIAM WHITE AND OTHERS (Washington, 1809). 8vo, 10 pp. Knox County residents requesting return of their lands in Cherokee territory. With: MEMORIAL OF THE MECHANICS AND MANUFACTURERS OF LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY (Washington, 1811). 8vo, 14 pp. Urging federal attention to development of American industry and commerce. With: REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF CLAIMS, ON THE PETITION OF WILLIAM HUBBELL (Washington, 1812). 8vo, 7 pp. On Hubbell's accounts as collector of excise taxes in Kentucky. Four volumes, four titles. Condition: removed; Memorial scorched at top/right edges; otherwise all good.

217. Knowlton, Charles. A HISTORY OF THE RECENT EXCITEMENT IN ASHFIELD ([Boston?, 1834]). 8vo, 24 pp. Defending the author's Fruits of Philosophy treatise on birth control. "Part I," but Part II published only as a letter to the Boston Investigator, September 1835. Condition: good.

218. (Lafayette Female Academy, 1826). SCHOOL EXERCISES OF THE LAFAYETTE FEMALE ACADEMY (Lexington, KY, [1826]). 8vo, 75 pp. "Including Triumphs of Genius, a poem, by Caroline Clifford Nephew, of Darien, Georgia." Condition: removed; light water-staining to back pages; good.

219. (Lake Champlain, 1732/48). MAP OF LAKE CHAMPLAIN FROM THE FORT CHAMBLY TO FORT ST. FREDERIC OR CROWN POINT, SURVEY'D BY MR. ANGER, KING'S SURVEYOR IN 1732, MADE AT QUEBEC THE 10 OCTOBER 1748, SIGNED, DE LERY (Albany, [1849]). Lithograph, 32 x 33.5cm. Shows French grants in the Champlain Valley, text in French and English; inset view of J. H. Lydius house at center right. >From E. B. O'Callaghan, The Documentary History of the State of New York. Condition: good.

Brassier's Lake Champlain 1776 and 1777

220. (-----1776). William Brassier, A SURVEY OF LAKE CHAMPLAIN, INCLUDING LAKE GEORGE, CROWN POINT AND ST. JOHN (London, 1776). Engraving, 65 x 45cm. Phillips p. 218. First state of Brassier's impressive map of the lake, surveyed in 1762 and the first to show the lake and valley in detail. Inset map of Lake George at lower right. Condition: uncolored; slight offsetting; good to very good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

221. (-----1777). Same, in the 1777 second state showing and describing the October 1777 Battle of Valcour between the invading British fleet under Guy Carleton and Benedict Arnold's American flotilla. Engraving, 65 x 45cm, hand-colored. Condition: professionally matted and framed; very good.http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

222. (-----1808). MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . HIS PROCLAMATION, ISSUED IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE OPPOSITION, IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF LAKE CHAMPLAIN, TO THE LAWS LAYING AN EMBARGO (Washington, 1808). 8vo, 7 pp. On strong Champlain Valley opposition to Embargo, Vermont smuggling activities with British in Canada. Condition: removed; good.

223. (Lake Champlain & the Adirondacks, 1871). W. W. Ely, MAP TO ACCOMPANY A DESCRIPTIVE AND HISTORICAL GUIDE TO THE VALLEY OF LAKE CHAMPLAIN AND THE ADIRONDACKS (New York, 1871). Lithograph, 52.5 x 51cm. Shows towns, roads, waterways, RRs, mountains, etc.; excellent detail. Printed for R. S. Styles, Burlington, VT. Condition: very good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

224. (Lake George, 1905). A CHANCE OF A LIFE TIME TO VISIT LAKE GEORGE . . . J. H. BLAKLEY, TOURIST MGR., BELLOWS FALLS, VT (Beverly, MA, [1905]). Broadside, 46 x 15cm. "We offer a Delightful Trip to the people of Keene and vicinity in first-class equipment . . . Don't stay at home in case of rain. It will not rain beyond the Green Mountains." Condition: good.

225. (-----1906). ODD FELLOWS EXCURSION THROUGH LAKE GEORGE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1906 (Rutland, [1906]). Broadside, 48 x 15cm. "Bellows Falls Lodge I.O.O.F. via Rutland R. R. D. & H. R.R. and Steamer." Condition: good.

226. (Lamoille & Orleans Counties, Vt., 1868). F. W. Beers et al., ATLAS OF THE COUNTIES OF LAMOILLE AND ORLEANS, VERMONT (New York, 1868). Folio, 29 town plans and 56 village plans in color. Cobb #388. Condition: ex-library; good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

227. (-----1883). Hamilton Child, GAZETTEER AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF LAMOILLE AND ORLEANS COUNTIES, VT., FOR 1883-84 (Syracuse, 1883). 8vo, 658 pp., 2 colored folding maps, ports. Condition: spine worn; otherwise good.

228. (Langdon, N.H.). AUCTION . . . AT THE FARM KNOWN AS THE BINGHAM FARM, LOCATED IN THE TOWN OF LANGDON . . . SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1912 . . . FRANK JONES, ALSTEAD, N.H. (Bellows Falls, [1912]). Broadside, 63 x 38cm. Sale of livestock, tools, furniture, etc. Condition: some repaired tears; top left corner torn; fair.

229. [Latrobe, Benjamin H.] MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . REPORT OF THE SURVEYOR OF THE PUBLIC BUILDINGS IN THE CITY OF WASHINGTON ([Washington, 1804]). 8vo, 10 pp. With: REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE . . . SURVEYOR OF THE PUBLIC BUILDINGS ([Washington, 1804]). 8vo, 14 pp. With: LETTER FROM THE SURVEYOR OF THE PUBLIC BUILDINGS [Washington, 1805]). 8vo, 5 pp. With: MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . REPORT OF THE SURVEYOR OF THE PUBLIC BUILDINGS (Washington, 1805). 8vo, 12 pp. With: LETTER AND REPORT FROM BENJAMIN H. LATROBE, SURVEYOR OF THE PUBLIC BUILDINGS AT THE CITY OF WASHINGTON (Washington, 1807). 8vo, 7 pp. Five titles, five volumes. Condition: removed; good.

U.S. Laws 1789-90

230. (Laws, 1789). ACTS PASSED AT A CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA . . . MARCH, IN THE YEAR M,DCC, LXXXIX (Philadelphia, [1789]). Folio, sewn, 93 (1) pp., errata sheet. Condition: untrimmed; 2 small ink smears on t.p.; small hole center of errata page and last leaf of text, affecting 2 lines; fair.

231. (-----1790). ACTS OF CONGRESS, PASSED AT THE SECOND SESSION OF THE CONGRESS . . . JANUARY, IN THE YEAR M,DCC, XC (New York, 1790). Folio, sewn, 226 (2) pp. Evans 22952. Condition: title-page in photocopy; some toning; fair to good.

232. (-----1810-27). Group lot of 12 volumes of acts and laws passed by Congress. (Washington, D.C., 1810-27). 8vo, wraps, 76-329 pp. Condition: all uncut, untrimmed; some weakness to paper spines; front wrap missing from 1815 volume; some toning; generally, all good.

233. (Lebanon Springs Railroad, 1866). THE LEBANON SPRINGS RAILROAD (New Lebanon, 1866). 8vo, printed wraps, 39 pp., folding colored map. "Completing the most direct route from New York to Montreal and the Canadas, by way of the Harlem Railroad, Lebanon Springs, Bennington, Rutland, and Burlington." Condition: good.

234. (Lehre, Thomas). OPINION OF THE COURT . . . AT CHARLESTON, AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE SPRING CIRCUITS, IN THE YEAR 1811 . . . MOTION FOR A NEW TRIAL, ON BEHALF OF COLONEL LEHRE ([Charleston, 1811]). 8vo, 32 pp. Lehre seeking a new trial in case of his libel against Charles Lining of Charleston; appeal denied. Condition: removed; good.

235. (Lenox, MA, 1854). E. M. Woodford, MAP OF THE TOWN OF LENOX, BERKSHIRE COUNTY, MASSACHUSETTS (Philadelphia, 1848). Wall-map, lithograph, 76 x 72cm, plus margins, colored. Shows roads, school districts, names of property owners; 7 insets of local homes, buildings, businesses. Condition: lacks wooden rods; some toning, cracking, a little water-staining; generally fair, about average.

Report on the Lewis and Clark Expedition

236. (Lewis & Clark, 1806). MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . COMMUNICATING DISCOVERIES MADE . . . BY CAPTAINS LEWIS AND CLARK (Washington, 1806). 8vo, 171 (7) pp., 2 folding tabs. Howes L-319, lacking the map. Condition: removed; good.

237. (Liberia, 1824-25). THE SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR COLONIZING THE FREE PEOPLE OF COLOUR OF THE UNITED STATES (Washington, 1824). 8vo, 176 pp., folding map of Liberia. With: CONSTITUTION, GOVERNMENT AND DIGEST OF THE LAWS OF LIBERIA (Washington, 1825). 8vo, 11 pp. With: THE EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR COLONIZING THE FREE PEOPLE OF COLOUR OF THE UNITED STATES (Washington, 1825). 8vo, 68 (3) pp. Three titles, three volumes. Condition: removed; all good.

238. (Library of Congress, 1808). ANNUAL REPORT OF THE LIBRARY COMMITTEE OF THE TWO HOUSES OF CONGRESS, FOR THE YEAR 1808 (Washington, 1808). 8vo, 18 pp., 3 folding tabs. Shaw & Shoemaker 18813. Condition: removed; good.

239. (Light-houses, 1812). DOCUMENTS . . . TO PURCHASE OF WINSLOW LEWIS THE PATENT-RIGHT TO THE NEW IMPROVED METHOD OF LIGHTING LIGHT HOUSES, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES (Washington, 1812). 8vo, 32 pp., 1 folding tab. Condition: removed; good.

240. (Louisiana, 1804). MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . RELATIVE TO A DELIVERY OF POSSESSION . . . OF THE TERRITORY OF LOUISIANA ([Washington, 1804]). 8vo, 12 pp. Condition: untrimmed; good.

1805 Petition from the Lousiana Purchase

241. (-----1805). REPRESENTATION AND PETITION OF THE REPRESENTATIVES ELECTED BY THE FREEMEN OF THE TERRITORY OF LOUISIANA (Washington, 1805). 8vo, 30 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 9631. Important document requesting reversal of decision to make the northern half of the Louisiana Purchase an adjunct of the Territory of Indiana; granted by Congress, which in 1812 renamed the area the Territory of Missouri. Condition: removed; good.

242. (-----1810-12). MEMORIAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AND LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF THE TERRITORY OF ORLEANS, IN BEHALF OF THE INHABITANTS THEREOF (Washington, 1810). 8vo, 9 pp. With: MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT . . . CONSTITUTION OR FORM OF GOVERNMENT ESTABLISHED BY THE CONVENTION OF THE TERRITORY OF ORLEANS . . . UNDER THE TITLE OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA (Washington, 1812). 8vo, 32 pp. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: removed; good.

243. (-----1824-25). LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY . . . SURVEYING OF THE PUBLIC LANDS, NORTH AND SOUTH OF RED RIVER (Washington, 1824). 8vo, sewn, 20 pp. With: MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . INTERPRETATION OF THE EIGHTH ARTICLE OF THE TREATY FOR THE CESSION OF LOUISIANA (Washington, 1825). 8vo, sewn, 85 pp. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: a little mold discoloration on Message, fair to good; Letter good.

244. (Lowell, MA, 1841). THE LOWELL OFFERING: A REPOSITORY OF ORIGINAL ARTICLES, WRITTEN BY FEMALES EMPLOYED IN THE MILLS (Lowell, 1841). 8vo, printed wraps, 32 pp. each, illustrations of local churches in each. Six issues, vol. 1, #1-6. Condition: all good.

245. McCorison, Marcus A. VERMONT IMPRINTS 1778-1820 (Worcester, 1963). 8vo, 597 pp., dust jacket. The essential reference work on early Vermont printing. Condition: good.

246. McKeen, Silas. A HISTORY OF BRADFORD, VERMONT (Montpelier, 1875). 8vo, 459 (3) pp., ports. Condition: good.

247. (Magazines, 1806-10). THE EMERALD, OR MISCELLANY OF LITERATURE (Boston, 1806). 8vo, 2 vols., 420 192 & (217)-504 38-600 pp. Broken run from #1, May 3, 1806 through Oct. 1, 1808. With: NEW ENGLAND LITERARY HERALD (Boston, 1809-10). 8vo, 36 pp. First two issues, "information relative to New Publications and New Editions of Books." With: THE PORT FOLIO (Philadelphia, 1806-08). 8vo, 4 vols., each 416 pp. Nearly complete run July 12, 1806-Dec. 10, 1808. Three titles, eight volumes. Condition: all good.

248. (Maine, 1825). William King & Mark L. Hill, REMARKS UPON A PAMPHLET PUBLISHED AT BATH, ME. RELATING TO ALLEDGED INFRACTIONS OF THE LAWS DURING THE EMBARGO, NON-INTERCOURSE, AND WAR (Bath, 1825). 8vo, sewn, 25 pp. With: A VINDICATION OF MARK LANGDON HILL . . . AGAINST THE ASPERSIONS IN A PAMPHLET ENTITLED "DOCUMENTS RELATING TO VIOLATIONS AND EVASIONS OF THE LAWS DURING THE COMMERCIAL RESTRICTIONS AND LATE WAR WITH GREAT BRITAIN" (n.p., [1825]). 8vo, sewn, 32 pp. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: untrimmed; good.

249. (-----1828-39). MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . ALLEGED AGGRESSIONS ON THE RIGHTS OF CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES BY THE AUTHORITIES OF NEW BRUNSWICK (Washington, 1828). 8vo, sewn, 43 pp. With: MAINE AND NEW BRUNSWICK. MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . FEBRUARY 26, 1839 ([Washington, 1839]). 8vo, sewn, 40 pp. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: uncut, untrimmed; good.

250. (Manchester, Vt., 1890). H. Eggleston, EQUINOX HOUSE DRIVING MAP, MANCHESTER, VERMONT (Springfield, MA, 1890). Lithograph, 51 x 32cm. Cobb #430, only one location. Shows roads, houses/owners, RRs: index at right; "Coaching Roads to Manchester" inset lower right. Condition: very good.

251. (Maps—Miscellaneous). Group lot of maps, dealer catalogues, reference pamphlets, etc. Includes a miscellany of maps of parts of New England, travel and road guides, Guyot's Intermediate Geography (1870), Atlas to Adams' Geography (1814), U.S. map dealer (Nebenzahl, Arader, Smiley, etc.) catalogues 1970s-80s, etc. Total of twenty-three maps and antiquarian cartographic items, sixty-two dealer catalogues and reference pamphlets. Condition: all good or better; should be seenhttp://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

252. (-----Reference books). Group lot of four titles: David S. Clark, INDEX TO MAPS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION IN BOOKS AND PERIODICALS (Westport, 1974). 8vo, 301 (1) pp. With: Kenneth Nebenzahl, A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PRINTED BATTLE PLANS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 1775-1795 (Chicago, 1975). 8vo, 159 pp., dust jacket, signed. With: R. V. Tooley, MAPS AND MAP-MAKERS (New York, 1961). 140 pp., illus., color plates. With: R. A. Skelton, T. E. Marston & G. D. Painter, THE VINLAND MAP AND THE TARTAR RELATION (New Haven, 1966). 4to, 289 (2) pp., illus., dust jacket. Four titles, four volumes. Condition: all good.

253. (-----). Group lot of four titles: W. P. Cumming, BRITISH MAPS OF COLONIAL AMERICA (Chicago, 1974). Oblong 8vo, 114 pp., illus. With: Louis C. Karpinski, MAPS OF FAMOUS CARTOGRAPHERS DEPICTING NORTH AMERICA: AN HISTORICAL ATLAS OF THE GREAT LAKES AND MICHIGAN (Amsterdam, 1977). 8vo, 539 pp., illus. With: R. A. Skelton, MAPS: A HISTORICAL SURVEY OF THEIR STUDY AND COLLECTING (Chicago, 1972). 8vo, 138 pp., dust jacket. With: W. W. Ristow, AMERICAN MAPS AND MAPMAKERS: COMMERCIAL CARTOGRAPHY IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY (Detroit, 1985). Oblong 8vo, 488 pp., illus., dust jacket. Condition: all very good.

254. (Maritime Rights, 1808). MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . TRANSMITTING COPIES OF ALL ACTS, DECREES, ORDERS, AND PROCLAMATIONS, AFFECTING THE COMMERCIAL RIGHTS OF NEUTRAL NATIONS, ISSUED SINCE 1791 (Washington, 1808). 8vo, 139 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 16484. "December 23, 1808." With: same, "December 28th, 1808. Printed by Order of the Senate." 8vo, 123 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 16484. Two copies. Two titles, three volumes. Condition: removed; good.

255. (Massachusetts, 1818-57). SPEECHES OF THE GOVERNORS OF MASSACHUSETTS, FROM 1765 TO 1775 (Boston, 1818). 8vo, orig. boards, 424 pp. With: LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF WAR . . . SURVEY OF THE ROUTE OF A CANAL, TO CONNECT BUZZARD AND BARNSTABLE BAYS (Washington, 1826). 8vo, sewn, 15 pp., 3 detailed folding maps. With: BOSTON DAILY BEE EXTRA. OPENING ADDRESS, AND CLOSING ARGUMENT OF RICHARD H. DANA . . . IN THE DALTON DIVORCE CASE (Boston, 1857). Small 4to, sewn, 47 (1) pp. Three titles, three volumes. Condition: fair to good.

256. (Michigan, 1825). LETTER FROM GOVERNOR CASS, OF MICHIGAN, ON THE ADVANTAGE OF PURCHASING THE COUNTRY UPON LAKE SUPERIOR, WHERE COPPER HAS BEEN FOUND (Washington, 1825). 8vo, 4 pp. Condition: untrimmed; good.

257. (Military, 1800-15). Group lot of federal government documents on various aspects of the American military forces, national armory, state militias, etc. (Philadelphia and Washington, 1800-15). 8vo-folio, 4-89 pp., folding tabs. Twenty-two volumes. Condition: most removed; good.

258. (-----ca. 1810). ON THE MILITARY CONSTITUTION OF NATIONS (n.p., n.d. [ca. 1810]). 8vo, 8 pp. Calling for more regular and rigorous military training for all young American males. Condition: removed; good.

259. (Military buttons, 19th century). Collection of 204 nineteenth-century Vermont military buttons. Variety of designs and sizes, most featuring the Vermont state coat of arms. Should be seen. Condition: all good or better.

260. (Mint, 1800-02). MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . THE MINT OF THE UNITED STATES (Philadelphia, 1800). 8vo, 7 pp. With: MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . RELATIVE TO THE MINT ([Washington, 1801]). 8vo, 8 pp., 2 folding tabs. January 21, 1801. With: MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE MINT ([Washington, 1801]). 8vo, 5 pp. February 20, 1801. With: DOCUMENTS ACCOMPANYING A BILL . . . TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A MINT (Washington, 1802). 8vo, 11 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 3278. Four titles, four volumes. Condition: removed; good.

261. (Miranda, Francisco de). REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE . . . PETITION OF THIRTY-SIX AMERICAN CITIZENS CONFINED AT CARTHAGENA, IN SOUTH AMERICA, UNDER SENTENCE OF SLAVERY (Washington, 1808). 8vo, 4 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 16576. Sailors captured aboard Leander, convicted of helping Miranda with rebellion in Venezuela; committee urges government action to secure their immediate release. Condition: removed; good.

262. (Mississippi, 1803-10). PROCEEDINGS OF A MEETING OF A NUMBER OF CITIZENS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, IN THE MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY (Washington, 1803). 8vo, 5 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 5393. With: REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE PUBLIC LANDS . . . MEMORIAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY (Washington, 1808). 8vo, 4 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 16574. Two copies. With: REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE . . . EXPEDIENCY OF ALLOWING AN ADDITIONAL JUDGE TO THE MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY, TO RESIDE IN MADISON COUNTY (Washington, 1810). 8vo, 4 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 21809. Three titles, four volumes. Condition: removed; good.

263. (-----1811). REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE . . . ADMITTING THE MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY INTO THE UNION, AS A SEPARATE AND INDEPENDENT STATE (Washington, 1811). 8vo, 6 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 24270. With: REPORT . . . MEMORIAL OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF THE MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY . . . PRAYING TO BE ADMITTED INTO THE UNION (Washington, 1811). 8vo, 11 pp. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: removed; good.

264. (-----). REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE PUBLIC LANDS, ON THE SEVERAL PETITIONS OF . . . THE BAPTIST CHURCH AT SALEM (Washington, 1811). 8vo, 12 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 24292. Petitions led to federal land grant for the church, resulting in notable James Madison veto for violating separation of church and state. Condition: removed; good.

265. (-----). LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY . . . CLAIM OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS WEST OF PEARL RIVER, IN THE MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY, TO ADDITIONAL COMPENSATION (Washington, 1811). 8vo, 4 pp. With: PETITION OF THE INHABITANTS OF WEST FLORIDA (Washington, 1811). 8vo, 7 pp. Asking to be attached to Mississippi rather than Orleans/Louisiana. With: LETTER FROM COWLES MEAD, SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY, ENCLOSING A COPY OF A PRESENTMENT AGAINST HARRY TOULMIN, JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT FOR WASHINGTON DISTRICT IN SAID TERRITORY (Washington, 1811). 8vo, 7 pp. Three titles, three volumes. Condition: removed; good.

266. (Missouri, 1825-55). MEMORIAL OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF MISSOURI, RELATIVE TO GRANTS OF LAND TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE COUNTY OF NEW MADRID, WHO SUFFERED BY EARTHQUAKES (Washington, 1825). 8vo, 4 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 33500. With: IN THE SUPREME COURT OF MISSOURI, MARCH TERM, 1855. NORMAN CUTTER, APPELLEE, VERSUS WILLIAM WADDINGHAM AND OTHERS. ABSTRACT OF THE RECORD (St. Louis, 1855). With: R. M. Field, REASONS FOR REHEARING (St. Louis, 1856). With: R. M. Field, BRIEF OF APPELLANTS (St. Louis, n.d.). 1855-57 titles all 8vo, printed wraps, 28-131 pp. Dispute over 1769 French grant of land north of St. Louis. Four titles, four volumes. Condition: all good.

267. [Mitchell, Samuel]. AN ACCOMPANIMENT TO MITCHELL'S REFERENCE AND DISTANCE MAP OF THE UNITED STATES (Philadelphia, 1835). 8vo, 2/3 calf & marbled boards, 324 pp. Howes M-684. "Containing an index of all the counties, districts, townships, towns, &c., in the Union." Condition: good.

268. (Motor vehicles, 1915-30). STATE OF VERMONT: LIST OF REGISTERED MOTOR VEHICLES (Montpelier, 1915). 8vo, printed wraps, 394 pp. With: VERMONT MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTER 1930 (Chester, [1930]). Two volumes. 8vo, printed wraps, 348 pp. Condition: 1915 good; 1930 lacks back wrap and spine, contents complete, fair.

269. (Mount Washington, N.H.). Group lot of 5 Kilburn Brothers stereoviews of Mount Washington and Franconia Notch scenes (Littleton, ca. 1875). Jacob's Ladder; Profile House; Mt. Washington Railroad; Summit House; Franconia Notch pool. Five stereoviews. Condition: good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

270. (National Armory, 1824-25). MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . SELECTION OF A SUITABLE SITE FOR A NATIONAL ARMORY, ON THE WESTERN WATERS (Washington, 1824). 8vo, 8 pp. With: MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . TO ESTABLISH A NATIONAL ARMORY, ON THE WESTERN WATERS (Washington, 1825). 8vo, 161 pp. Two titles, two volumes. Review of sites in AL, TN, KY, OH, and PA. Condition: both uncut, untrimmed; both good.

271. Nebenzahl, Kenneth, & Higginbotham, Don. ATLAS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION (Chicago, 1974). Folio, 218 pp., illus., dust jacket. Signed presentation copy. Condition: very good.

272. (New England, 1736). H. Moll, NEW ENGLAND[,] NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY AND PENSILVANIA ([London, 1736]). Engraving, 19 x 26cm. Phillips p. 469. Shows towns, waterways, coastline from Nova Scotia to Maryland. "An Account of the Post of the Continent of Nth. America as they were regulated by the Postmasters Genl. of the Post House" at lower right. From Moll, Atlas Minor (1736). Condition: good.

273. (-----1755). Thomas Jefferys, A MAP OF THE MOST INHABITED PART OF NEW ENGLAND (London, 1755). Engraving, 100 x 86cm, outline color. Elaborate title cartouche lower right, inset plan of Crown Point upper left. Shows Vermont area as part of New Hampshire. Condition: fair; some cracking; backed with linen, on 19th-century wooden rods; small hole at upper right margin, not into map area; toned. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

274. (-----1764). Jacques Nicolas, CARTE DE LA NOUVELLE ANGLETERRE, NEW YORK, PENSILVANIE ET NOUVEAU JERSAY SUIVANT LES CARTES ANGLOISES ([Paris, 1764]). Engraving, 31 x 36.5cm, outline color. Phillips p. 470. Shows towns, roads, waterways, mountains. From Bellin, Let Petit Atlas Maritime (1764). Condition: good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

275. (-----1848). Ensigns & Thayer, MAP OF NEW ENGLAND (New York, 1848). Wall-map, lithograph, 61 x 49cm, plus margins, colored. Decorative border; insets of state seals upper left; portrait of John Hancock in title cartouche. Condition: some cracking at top; generally good.

276. (-----1849). J. H. Goldthwait, RAILROAD MAP OF NEW ENGLAND & EASTERN NEW YORK COMPILED FROM THE MOST AUTHENTIC SOURCES (Boston & New York, 1849). Engraving, 57 x 47cm, decorative border, outline color. Condition: cut and folded into sections, backed on linen; some fold-overs at edges of sections, but all complete; fair to good.

277. (-----1883). C. Roeser, Jr., POST ROUTE MAP OF THE STATES OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, VERMONT[,] MASSACHUSETTS, RHODE ISLAND, CONNECTICUT[,] AND PARTS OF NEW YORK AND MAINE ([Washington], 1883). Lithograph, 150 x 96cm, plus margins, routes and state outlines in color. Shows postal routes, counties, towns, RRs, waterways. Sectioned, backed with linen, folded in two parts into marked leather case of Charles Elliott Perkins, president of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad. Condition: case a bit scuffed, good; map very good.http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

New England Mississippi Land Company 1804

278. (New England Mississippi Land Company, 1804). MEMORIAL OF THE AGENTS OF THE NEW ENGLAND MISSISSIPPI LAND COMPANY TO CONGRESS ([Washington, 1804]). 8vo, 7 pp. Bound with: A VINDICATION OF THE RIGHTS OF THE NEW ENGLAND MISSISSIPPI LAND COMPANY (Washington, 1804). 8vo, 109 pp. Two titles, one volume. Condition: removed; good.

279. (New England pamphlets). Group lot of nineteenth-century New England pamphlets, various subjects; from Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, and Connecticut (no Rhode Island or Vermont items). Ninety-seven titles/volumes. Should be seen. Condition: some removed; good.

280. (New Orleans, 1805). REPORT. JOHN GRAVIER VS. THE MAYOR, ALDERMAN, AND INHABITANTS OF THE CITY OF NEW-ORLEANS ([New Orleans, 1805]). 8vo, 50 pp. Running title. Dispute over ownership of "a certain parcel of land called the Batture, in front of the suburb St. Mary." Condition: removed; good.

281. (-----1807). EXAMINATION OF THE TITLE OF THE UNITED STATES TO THE LAND CALLED THE BATTURE. 8vo, 68 pp. Sewn with: OPINION ON THE CASE OF THE ALLUVION LAND OR BATTURE, NEAR NEW-ORLEANS. lxxv pp. Sewn with: CORRESPONDENCE. 15 pp. Sewn with: CASE LAID BEFORE COUNSEL, FOR THEIR OPINION, ON THE CLAIM TO THE BATTURE, SITUATED IN FRONT OF THE SUBURB ST. MARY. xxix pp. Four running titles. Condition: removed; good.

282. (-----1809). Jean Gravier, DOCUMENTS IN SUPPORT OF THE RIGHT OF THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS, TO THE ALLUVION IN FRONT OF THE SUBURB ST. MARY (Washington, 1809). 8vo, 53 pp. With: EXAMINATION OF THE JUDGMENT RENDERED IN THE CAUSE BETWEEN JEAN GRAVIER AND THE CITY OF NEW ORLEANS (Washington, 1809). 8vo, 19 pp. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: removed; good.

282-A. (-----1809-10). Julien Poydras, A DEFENCE OF THE RIGHT OF THE PUBLIC TO THE BATTURE OF NEW ORLEANS (Washington, 1809). 8vo, 20 pp. With: SPEECH OF JULIEN POYDRAS . . . IN SUPPORT OF THE RIGHT OF THE PUBLIC TO THE BATTURE IN FRONT OF THE SUBURB ST. MARY (Washington, 1810). 8vo, 15 pp. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: removed; good.

Carrigain 1816 New Hampshire Map

283. (New Hampshire, 1816). Philip Carrigain, NEW HAMPSHIRE BY RECENT SURVEY (Concord, 1816). Wall-map, engraving, 155 x 117cm, colored. Cobb NH #91. Inset maps of New England and the United States; 2 views of White Mountains. Condition: original wooden rods; good; some water-staining along edges; better than average shape.http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

Ruggles 1817 New Hampshire Map

284. (New Hampshire, 1817). Edward Ruggles, NEW HAMPSHIRE FROM LATE SURVEY (Walpole, 1817). Wall-map, engraving, 73 x 44 cm, colored. Cobb NH #94. Inset view at right, "View of Bellows Falls and Mansion House," by O. T. Eddy. Condition: original wooden rods; good; better than average.

285. (-----1825-34). CATALOGUE OF THE LADIES' BOARDING SCHOOL, IN KEENE, NEW-HAMPSHIRE . . . . OCTOBER, 1825 ([Keene, 1824]). 16mo, sewn, 8 pp. With: CATALOGUE OF THE YOUNG LADIES' SEMINARY, IN KEENE, N.H. (Keene, 1834). 24mo, sewn, 14 (2) pp. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: both good.

Lewis Robinson's Map of New Hampshire 1852

286. (-----1852). Lewis Robinson, MAP OF NEW HAMPSHIRE COMPILED FROM THE LATEST AUTHORITIES (Boston, 1852). Wall-map, engraving, 58 x 39.5cm, hand-colored. Cobb NH #204, only one location. Shows counties, towns, roads, waterways, RRs, etc.; statistical table at left. Rare Boston imprint for long-time Vermont map publisher Robinson, most of whose work bears a Reading, Vt., imprint. Condition: no wooden rods; very good, considerably better than average shape.

287. (-----1854). J. R. Dodge, TOWNSHIP AND RAILROAD MAP OF NEW HAMPSHIRE (Nashua, 1854). Wall-map, lithograph, 83.5 x 57cm, plus margins, colored. Cobb NH #217. Shows towns, roads, RRs, waterways, elevations; insets at the four corners; statistical table at right. Condition: with original wooden rods; good, better than average shape.

288. (New Hampshire & Vermont, 1796). J. Denison, A MAP OF THE STATES OF NEW HAMPSHIRE AND VERMONT ([Boston, 1796]). Engraving, 18 x 23cm. Cobb NH #74. Shows counties, towns, waterways, mountains. Engraved by Amos Doolittle, for J. Morse, The American Universal Geography (1796). Condition: matted; good.

289. (-----1833). H. S. Tanner, NEW HAMPSHIRE & VERMONT (Philadelphia, 1833). Engraving, 36 x 29cm, colored. Cobb NH #118. Shows counties, towns, roads, waterways, mountains; statistical tables upper right. Condition: good.

290. (-----1840). H. S. Tanner, NEW HAMPSHIRE & VERMONT ([Philadelphia], 1840). Engraving, 36 x 29cm, decorative border, colored. Cobb NH #137, two locations. Shows counties, towns, roads, mountains, waterways; statistical tables upper right. Condition: strong color; very good.

291. (-----1846). S. Augustus Mitchell, NEW HAMPSHIRE & VERMONT ([Philadelphia], 1846). Lithograph, 34.5 x 27cm, plus margins, decorative border. Cobb NH #164. Shows counties, towns, roads, mountains, waterways; statistical tables upper right. Condition: strong color; very good.

292. (-----1850). Thomas Cowperthwaite, MAP OF NEW HAMPSHIRE & VERMONT (Philadelphia, 1850). Lithograph, 34 x 27.5cm, decorative border, colored. Cobb NH #192. Shows counties, towns, roads, RRs, waterways, mountains; statistical tables upper right. Condition: strong color; good to very good.

293. (-----1855). J. H. Colton and Co., COLTON'S RAILROAD & TOWNSHIP MAP OF NEW ENGLAND (New York, 1855). Wall-map, lithograph, 129 x 115cm, plus margins, colored. "With portions of the State of New York, the British Provinces, &c." Inset views at the 4 corners, "Map of the Provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, &c. &c." at lower right. Condition: good; one vertical tear at bottom center, not affecting map area.http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

Blaeu's Nova Belgica 1667

294. (New Netherland, 1667). William J. Blaeu, NOVA BELGICA ET ANGLIA NOVA ([Amsterdam, 1667?]). Engraving, 36.5 x 48cm, hand-colored. Phillips p. 466. Important map from Blaeu's Grand Atlas. Atlantic coastline from Virginia to Newfoundland; shows waterways, mountains, towns; decorative title cartouche. Includes European ships and Indian canoes in Atlantic, animals, birds and "Modus muniendi apud Mahikanenses" in interior wilderness, plus an oversized Lake Champlain as "Lacus Ircoisiensis." Condition: matted and framed; toned; good.

295. (New York, 1868). G. W. & C. B. Colton, COLTON'S RAILROAD & TOWNSHIP MAP OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, WITH PARTS OF THE ADJOINING STATES & CANADA (New York, 1868). Lithograph, 55 x 62cm, decorative border, colored. Shows towns, roads, waterways, RRs; statistical table upper left; folded into 24mo hard case. Condition: strong color; good.

296. (New York City, 1849). E. Porter Belden, NEW-YORK: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE (New York, 1849). 12mo, 125 pp., 2 title-pages, folding map, illus. Bound with: NEW-YORK—AS IT IS; BEING THE COUNTERPART OF THE METROPOLIS OF AMERICA (New York, 1849). 180 (2) pp., l plate. Two titles bound as one. Condition: good.

297. Newton, William M. HISTORY OF BARNARD, VERMONT ([Montpelier, 1928]). 8vo, 2 vols., 368 & 511 pp., photos. "With family genealogies 1761-1927." Condition: very good.

298. [Nichols, James]. AN ADDRESS DELIVERED AT MANCHESTER, IN THE PRESENCE OF THE OFFICERS AND BRETHREN OF THE NORTH STAR LODGE (Bennington, 1786). 8vo, 21 pp. McCorison #118, three locations. "The 27th of December 1785, by one of the brethren." Condition: removed; untrimmed; good.

California as an Island 1722

299. (North America, 1722). A NEW MAP OF NORTH AMERICA SHEWING ITS PRINCIPAL DIVISIONS, CHIEF CITIES, TOWNES, RIVERS, MOUNTAINS, &C ([London, 1722]). Engraving, 34.5 x 48 cm, hand-colored. Phillips p. 568. "Dedicated To His Highness William Duke of Glocester." "Delin. M. Burg. Sculpt. Univ. Oxon." From Edward Wells, A New Sett of Maps (London, 1722). Shows waterways, towns, mountains, churches, from Greenland to northern coast of South America. Includes California as an island. Condition: framed; good.

300. (Northeastern Boundary, 1838). IN SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES. JULY 4, 1828 . . . REPORT . . . SURVEYING THE NORTHEASTERN BOUNDARY LINE OF THE UNITED STATES ([Washington, 1828]). 8vo, sewn, 16 pp., 2 folding maps. Two copies. Condition: uncut, untrimmed; good.

301. (Northern United States, 1797). Abraham Bradley, Jr., MAP OF THE NORTHERN PARTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (Boston, 1797). Engraving, 19.5 x 38cm. "Corrected by the author." From Jedidiah Morse, American Gazetteer. Atlantic Ocean to the Mississippi, Great Lakes to Kentucky. Condition: foxing; good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

302. (Ohio, 1813-35). LETTER FROM THE COMMISSIONER . . . THE TRACT FOR SATISFYING THE BOUNTIES OF THE OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS OF THE VIRGINIA LINE (Washington, 1813). Folio, 13 pp. "Between the little Miami and Sciota rivers." With: MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . IN RELATION TO THE BOUNDARY BETWEEN OHIO AND MICHIGAN TERRITORY ([Washington, 1835]). 8vo, sewn, 201 pp. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: untrimmed; good.

303. (Olmstead, Gideon). MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE GOVERNOR OF PENNSYLVANIA, IN THE CASE OF GIDEON OLMSTEAD (Washington, 1809). 8vo, 8 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 18965. On 1778 case of Olmstead seizing a British vessel, competing claims for prize money; became a landmark 1809 case of states' rights v. federal court authority. Condition: removed; 1cm dark spot middle of t.p.; good.

304. (Orange County, Vt., 1858). H. F. Walling, MAP OF ORANGE COUNTY, VERMONT (New York, 1858). Wall-map, lithograph, 137 x 135cm, colored. Cobb #313. Building views at corners, 30 town and village inset maps. Condition: original wooden rods; ragged edge upper right corner, not affecting map area; otherwise good.http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

Beers Atlas of Orange County 1877

305. (-----1877). F. W. Beers & Co., ATLAS OF THE COUNTY OF ORANGE, VERMONT (New York, 1877). Folio, 17 town plans and 43 village plans in color. Cobb #386. Condition: good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

306. (-----). Another copy. Condition: binding fair; contents sound, good.

307. Owen, David D. REPORT OF A GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF WISCONSIN, IOWA, AND MINNESOTA; AND INCIDENTALLY OF A PORTION OF NEBRASKA TERRITORY (Philadelphia, 1852). 4to, 638 (1) pp., illus., plates, maps, large color folding map. Condition: slight wear to spine; good.

308. (Pacific Northwest, 1821-28). REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE . . . SITUATION OF THE SETTLEMENTS ON THE PACIFIC OCEAN, AND THE EXPEDIENCY OF OCCUPYING THE COLUMBIA RIVER ([Washington, 1821]). 8vo, sewn, 15 pp. With: MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . THIS GOVERNMENT AND THAT OF GREAT BRITAIN . . . CLAIMS OF THE TWO GOVERNMENTS TO THE TERRITORY WEST OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS (Washington, 1828). 8vo, 77 pp. Howes M-553. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: untrimmed; good.

309. (-----1831). MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . RELATIVE TO THE BRITISH ESTABLISHMENTS ON THE COLUMBIA, AND THE STATE OF THE FUR TRADE ([Washington, 1831]). 8vo, sewn, 36 pp. Howes C-629. Variety of reports and letters on Santa Fe Trail, Pacific Northwest, explorations, fur trade, Indians, etc. Condition: good.

310. Page, John B. STATE OF VERMONT. BY JOHN B. PAGE, GOVERNOR. A PROCLAMATION . . . FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND SIXTY-SEVEN ([Montpelier, 1867]). Broadside, 44 x 35cm. Thanksgiving Day proclamation. Condition: good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

311. [Palmer, Edwin F.]. THE SECOND BRIGADE; OR, CAMP LIFE (Montpelier, 1864). 12mo, 224 pp. "By a volunteer." Author served in the 13th Vermont Regiment. Condition: good.

312. (Patents, 1847-60). Group lot of annual reports of the U.S. Patent Office, 1847-60. 8vo, 240-400 pp., illus. Twenty bound volumes. Condition: good.

Phillips Bibliography of American Maps 1901

313. Phillips, F. Lee. A LIST OF MAPS OF AMERICAN IN THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS (Washington, 1901). Small 4to, 1137 pp. Condition: spine relaid; good.

314. Pierce, Franklin. Presidential Autograph Document Signed, November 1, 1854, land grant of 40 acres in Michigan to Susan Beavans, widow of William Beavans, private in the Pennsylvania militia during the War of 1812. Vellum document, 25 x 40cm, signed by Pierce as President lower right, General Land Office seal lower left. Possibly a secretarial signature, should be seen. Condition: good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

315. (Pike, Zebulon M.). REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE . . . WHAT COMPENSATION OUGHT TO BE MADE TO CAPTAIN ZEBULON M. PIKE AND HIS COMPANIONS (Washington, 1808). 8vo, 14 pp. On Pike's 1805-06 expedition through New Spain. Condition: removed; good.

316. (Poetry—Vermont). Abby M. Hemenway, ed., POETS AND POETRY OF VERMONT (Rutland, 1858). 12mo, 400 pp. With: [A. J. Sanborn], ed., GREEN MOUNTAIN POETS: A COLLECTION OF POEMS FROM THE BEST TALENT IN THE GREEN MOUNTAIN STATE (Boston, n.d.). 12mo, 522 pp., front. port., a.e.g. Adds poems of Charles G. Eastman to 1872 edition of Sanborn. Condition: slight water-staining to Hemenway; both good.

317. [Porter, David]. TO THE TRIBUNAL OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE, BY A FELLOW CITIZEN ([Washington, 1825]). 8vo, 33 pp. On Porter's actions as Commodore of the West Indies squadron. Condition: untrimmed; removed; some foxing & light water-staining; fair.

318. (Postal Service, 1803-14). Group lot of federal government documents on the national postal service. (Washington, 1803-13). 8vo-4to, 4-38 pp., folding tabs. Twelve volumes. Condition: some removed; good.

319. (Postcards—Vermont). Group lot of 23 black-and-white real-photo Vermont postcards, ca. 1905-27. Images include 1913 White River Junction flood, 1908 Hartford ice jam, Lake Bomoseen, 1927 Vermont Flood, hot-air balloon accident at Bellows Falls, Brookline cemetery, etc. 23 postcards. Condition: all good or better. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

320. (Potomac River, 1811). SHIP NAVIGATION TO GEORGETOWN ([Washington, 1811]). 8vo, 56 pp., running title. On disagreement between Benjamin H. Latrobe and Thomas Moore on improving navigation of the Potomac. Condition: removed; 3 ms. names on front page; good.

321. Poydras, Julien. A SPEECH, BY MR. POYDRAS, PRESIDENT OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF ORLEANS . . . 4TH OF DECEMBER, 1804 ([New Orleans, 1804]). 8vo, 12 pp. Urging Orleans territorial government to legislate wisely. Condition: removed; good.

Primm on the History of St. Louis 1847

322. [Primm, Wilson]. REPORT OF THE CELEBRATION OF THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING OF ST. LOUIS, ON THE FIFTEENTH DAY OF FEBRUARY, A.D. 1847 ([St. Louis], 1847). Small 4to, printed wraps, 32 pp. Howes P-609. Graff 3644. Double-column text, "prepared for the Missouri Republican," on the early history of the city, fur trade, explorations, etc. Condition: some toning, cover darkening; good.

323. Proctor, Redfield. Group lot of 3 Typed Letters Signed, each on U.S. Senate letterhead. Two December 1898 letters of introduction for Mr. & Mrs. Silas L. Griffith of Danby, Vermont, traveling to Cuba; one April 1900 letter thanking the Griffiths for sending a "box of maple sugar cakes" to Proctor in Washington. Silas L. Griffith made a fortune as a lumber and charcoal baron in southeastern Vermont; some biographical sketches describe him as Vermont's first millionaire. Three items. Condition: very good.

324. (Public Buildings, 1808). REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE . . . EXPENDITURES . . . PUBLIC BUILDINGS IN THE CITY OF WASHINGTON (Washington, 1808). 8vo, 15 pp., 1 folding tab. Shaw & Shoemaker 16558. Details plans/estimates for work on the "President's House and Square," "Wings of the Capitol," etc. Condition: removed; good.

325. (-----1809-11). MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . REPORT OF THE SURVEYOR OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS (Washington, 1809). 8vo, 11 pp. With: MESSAGE . . . REPORT OF THE SURVEYOR OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS (Washington, 1811). 8vo, 11 pp. With: MESSAGE . . . EXPENDITURE OF THE MONEY . . . FOR COMPLETING THE CAPITOL (Washington, 1811). 8vo, 16 pp., 1 folding tab. Reports by Benjamin H. Latrobe. Three volumes. Condition: removed; good.

326. (Public Lands, 1812). REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE . . . WHAT FURTHER ALTERATIONS ARE NECESSARY IN THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES, FOR THE SALE OF THE PUBLIC LANDS (Washington, 1812). 8vo, 17 pp., 4 folding tabs. Shaw & Shoemaker 27296. Condition: removed; good.

327. (Quakers, 1824). MEMORIAL, &C. TO THE LEGISLATURE OF VIRGINIA, ON THE SUBJECT OF MILITIA FINES . . . PETITION OF THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS (Delaware, OH, [1824]). 12mo, 8 pp. Condition: removed; toned; good.

328. (Quartermaster, 1810). LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF WAR . . . RELATIVE TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A QUARTER MASTER'S DEPARTMENT (Washington, 1810). 8vo, 15 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 21718. Condition: removed; good.

Railroads for America 1832

329. (Railroads, 1832). REPORT ON STEAM CARRIAGES, BY A SELECT COMMITTEE OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS OF GREAT BRITAIN (Washington, 1832). 8vo, 346 (1) pp. British report followed by much material on potential of railroads for America, relative benefits of railroads and canals. Condition: uncut, untrimmed; front page darkened, o/w good.

330. (-----1859). REPORTS OF EXPLORATIONS AND SURVEYS . . . RAILROAD FROM THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER TO THE PACIFIC OCEAN (Washington, 1859). Volume Ten. 4to, xiv 400 64 20 97 13 pp., numerous b/w plates, 27 color plates of birds. U.S. House version. Condition: both covers detached/present; spine leather worn; contents sound, good.

331. (-----1869). [Stevens, Simon]. THE TEHUANTEPEC RAILWAY: ITS LOCATION, FEATURES AND ADVANTAGES (New York, 1869). 8vo, green cloth, 73 88 pp., 2 colored folding maps, 10 litho. plates. Part II, "Historical and Geographical Notes," by Henry Stevens GMB, Simon's brother. Plan for railroad across southern Mexico. Presentation copy from Simon Stevens, front flyleaf. Condition: very good.

Roberts on Housekeeping 1827

332. Roberts, Robert. THE HOUSE SERVANT'S DIRECTORY, OR A MONITOR FOR PRIVATE FAMILIES (Boston & New York, 1827). 16mo, 2/3 calf & marbled boards, xiv 180 pp. "Comprising hints on the arrangement and performance of servants' work . . . and upwards of 100 various and useful receipts." First book by an African-American printed by a commercial publisher, and the first culinary-related book by an African-American author; Roberts was butler in the household of Massachusetts Governor and Senator Christopher Gore. Condition: good.

333. Robinson, Rowland E. CENTENNIAL EDITION ROWLAND E. ROBINSON (Rutland, 1934-37). 8vo, 7 vols., 255-287 pp., illus. Collected works of the Ferrisburgh, Vt., author (1833-1900). Condition: very good.

334. (Rocky Mountains). Group lot of 13 stereoviews and 3 10.5 x 20cm cabinet photos of Rocky Mountain scenery, ca. 1875-90. Stereo images from "Gurnsey's Rocky Mountain Views," "Collier's Rocky Mountain Scenery," and "L. H. Maffit's Rocky Mountain Views;" cabinet photos by W. H. Lawrence & Co., Denver. 16 photos in all. Condition: all good or better. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

335. (Roosevelt, Franklin D.). INAUGURATION CEREMONIES PROGRAM (Washington, 1933). 8vo, printed wraps, (24) pp. With: two Inauguration Day commemorative postal covers, both postmarked Hyde Park, New York; FDR photo and text at left. Three items. Condition: all very good.

Scott's Map of Rutland County 1854

336. (Rutland County, Vt., 1854). J. Chace, Jr., SCOTT'S MAP OF RUTLAND COUNTY, VERMONT (Philadelphia, 1854). Wall-map, lithograph, 136 x 102cm, colored. Cobb #287. Eighteen inset maps of towns and villages, 13 views of buildings. Condition: original wooden rods; good; slight cracking lower right margin; better than average shape. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

337. (-----1869). F. W. Beers et al., ATLAS OF RUTLAND CO., VERMONT (New York, 1869). Folio, 27 town plans and 40 village plans in color, 4 pp. b/w illus. Cobb #356. Condition: good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

338. (St. Albans, Vt.). JESSE WELDEN. 10c CIGAR. ST. ALBANS, VT. ([St. Albans, ca. 1890]). Broadside on cardboard, 23 x 50cm. "Donovan and Dorfman, Makers. Union Made." Condition: good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

339. (St. Clair, Arthur). REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE TO WHOM WAS REFERRED THE PETITION OF GENERAL ARTHUR ST. CLAIR (Washington, 1808). 8vo, 7 pp., 1 folding tab. Recommends against St. Clair claim for reimbursement of expenses at Ticonderoga in 1776. Condition: removed; good.

340. (St. Johnsbury, Vt., 1891-1900). Arthur F. Stone, comp., ST. JOHNSBURY ILLUSTRATED (St. Johnsbury, 1891). Oblong folio, 100 pp., photos. "Containing nearly three hundred engravings." Two copies. With: F. A. Balch, comp., A COLLECTION OF VIEWS IN AND AROUND ST. JOHNSBURY (St. Johnsbury, 1900). Oblong 8vo, (129) pp., photos. Two titles, three volumes. Condition: good.

341. (St. Lawrence River, 1828). MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . RELATIVE TO THE FREE NAVIGATION OF THE RIVER ST. LAWRENCE (Washington, 1828). 8vo, sewn, 54 pp. Condition: uncut, untrimmed; good.

342. (Salt Springs, 1824). MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . IN RELATION TO THE SALT SPRINGS, AND LEAD AND COPPER MINES (Washington, 1824). 8vo, sewn, 147 pp., 2 folding tables. Principally IL, MO, IN, OH, and LA. Pages 129-41 are report by Moses Austin, pioneer of America's lead industry, on the lead mines of Missouri. Condition: uncut, untrimmed; good.

343. Sanders, Daniel C. A DISCOURSE, PREACHED IN BURLINGTON, BEFORE WASHINGTON LODGE NO. 7, ON THE FESTIVAL OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST, 24TH JUNE, 1811 (Burlington, 1811). 8vo, 32 pp. McCorison 1319. Condition: removed; presentation inscription trimmed at top; good.

The Santa Fe Trail 1825

344. (Santa Fe Trail, 1825). ANSWERS OF AUGUSTUS STORRS, OF MISSOURI, TO CERTAIN QUERIES UPON . . . TRADE AND INTERCOURSE, BETWEEN MISSOURI AND THE INTERNAL PROVINCES OF MEXICO (Washington, 1825). 8vo, sewn, 14 pp. Graff 3998, "highly important document describing the Santa Fe trade." Condition: uncut, untrimmed; good.

345. (-----). PETITION OF SUNDRY INHABITANTS OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI . . . COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE SAID STATE AND THE INTERNAL PROVINCES OF MEXICO (Washington, 1825). 8vo, 8 pp. Condition: uncut, untrimmed; good.

346. (Santo Domingo, 1806). MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . COMPLAINTS BY THE GOVERNMENT OF FRANCE, AGAINST THE COMMERCE CARRIED ON BY AMERICAN CITIZENS TO THE FRENCH ISLAND OF SANTO DOMINGO (Washington, 1806). 8vo, 15 pp. Two copies. Condition: removed; good.

347. (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.). Group lot of 4 stereoviews of Saratoga Springs scenes, ca. 1875-85. Images include Congress Hall (2 different views), Washington Spring, Grand Union Hotel Park. Four stereoviews. Condition: good.http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

348. (Saxtons River, Vt., 1906). W. B. GLYNN, AUCTIONEER. PUBLIC AUCTION . . . ON SAT., APRIL 14, AT THE WILLIAM FIELD ESTATE (Bellows Falls, [1906]). Broadside, 63.5 x 48cm. Livestock, wagons, tools, sugaring equipment, etc. Condition: good.

349. (-----1908). AUCTION. W. B. GLYNN, AUCTIONEER. . . . SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1908 . . . G. P. ALEXANDER (Bellows Falls, [1908]). Broadside, 63.5 x 45.5cm. Sale of Alexander's personal property, at his home on Pleasant Street. Condition: some repaired tears; rough top left corner; fair.

350. (-----1910). AUCTION SALE. BY GLYNN THE AUCTIONEER, SAXTONS RIVER, VERMONT . . . SATURDAY, OCT. 8 . . . ON THE WALTER MINER FARM (Bellows Falls, [1910]). Broadside, 63 x 48cm. Livestock, wagons, furniture, etc. Condition: top edge rough; good.

351. (-----). AUCTION SALE. BY GLYNN THE AUCTIONEER, SAXTONS RIVER, VERMONT, MONDAY, OCT. 17 . . . AT L. W. BLAKE'S RESIDENCE (Bellows Falls, [1910]). Broadside, 64 x 49cm. Furniture, millinery, tools, etc. Three copies. Condition: good.

352. (Scott, Alexander). REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE, TO WHOM WAS REFERRED THE PETITION OF ALEXANDER SCOTT, OF SOUTH CAROLINA (Washington, 1810). 8vo, 5 pp. March 14, 1810. Shaw & Shoemaker 21846. With: REPORT . . . PETITION OF ALEXANDER SCOTT (Washington, 1810). 8vo, 6 pp. December 20, 1810. On compensation for 21 slaves captured by the Cherokees on June 9, 1794, near Muscle Shoals. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: removed; good.

353. (Scourge of Aristocracy, 1798). First three issues of THE SCOURGE OF ARISTOCRACY (Fair Haven, Vt., 1798). 12mo, 144 pp. Oct. 1-Nov. 1, 1798; Volume 1, Numbers 1-2-3. "By James Lyon." Condition: removed; foxed; untrimmed; good.

Senate Journals 1790-93

354. (Senate, 1790). JOURNAL OF THE SECOND SESSION OF THE SENATE . . . BEGUN . . . JANUARY 4TH, 1790 (New York, 1790). 4to, full calf, 224 pp. Evans 22982. Condition: good.

355. (-----1791). JOURNAL OF THE THIRD SESSION OF THE SENATE . . . BEGUN . . . DECEMBER 6TH, 1790 (Philadelphia, 1791). 4to, full calf, 203 pp. Evans 23901. Condition: good.

356. (-----). JOURNAL OF THE SENATE . . . FIRST SESSION OF THE SECOND CONGRESS, BEGUN . . . OCTOBER 24TH, 1791 (Philadelphia, 1791). Folio, full calf, 228 pp. Condition: good.

357. (-----1793). JOURNAL OF THE SENATE . . . FIRST SESSION OF THE THIRD CONGRESS BEGUN . . . DECEMBER 2d, 1793 (Philadelphia, 1793). 4to, full calf, 205 pp. Condition: good.

Rules for Conducting Business in the Senate, 1801

358. (-----1801). RULES FOR CONDUCTING BUSINESS IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES ([Washington, 1801]). Tall 12mo, 13 pp., running title. Shaw & Shoemaker 1560. Condition: good.

359. (Shoes). WAVERLY SCHOOL SHOE WILL OUTWEAR ANY OTHER MAKE. FOR SALE BY J. S. RANDALL, PITTSFORD, VT. (No place, [ca. 1890]). Broadside on linen, 33.5 x 36cm, illus. of 3 shoes at center. Condition: some water-staining, otherwise good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

360. (Silk, 1828). LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY . . . IN RELATION TO THE GROWTH AND MANUFACTURE OF SILK (Washington, 1828). 8vo, 220 pp., illustrated, 4 plates, 2 folding plates. Shaw & Shoemaker 36324. With: LETTER FROM JAMES MEASE, TRANSMITTING A TREATISE ON THE REARING OF SILK-WORMS (Washington, 1828). 8vo, 108 pp., illustrated, 1 folding plate, folding colored frontispiece. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: removed; good.

361. (Sinking Fund, 1803-14). Group lot of federal government documents on the national sinking fund. (Washington, 1803-14). 4to, 14-21 pp., folding tabs. Eight volumes. Condition: most removed; all good.

362. Slade, William, Jr. VERMONT STATE PAPERS (Middlebury, 1823). 8vo, 567 (1) pp. "Being a collection of records and documents, connected with the assumption and establishment of government by the people of Vermont." Earliest attempt to compile a documentary history of Vermont's formative decades. Condition: good.

363. (Slavery, 1824-28). A VIEW OF THE PRESENT STATE OF THE AFRICAN SLAVE TRADE . . . THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS IN PENNSYLVANIA, NEW-JERSEY, &C. (Philadelphia, 1824). 8vo, 69 pp. With: REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE . . . SUPPRESSION OF THE SLAVE TRADE ([Washington, 1828]). 8vo, 22 pp. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: untrimmed; good.

364. Smith, Justin H. OUR STRUGGLE FOR THE FOURTEENTH COLONY: CANADA AND THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION (New York, 1907). 8vo, 2 vols., 638 & 635 pp., "315 Illustrations and 23 Maps." Condition: untrimmed; very good.

365. (Smuggling, 1825). LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY . . . SMUGGLING ON THE NORTH WESTERN FRONTIER OF THE U.S. (Washington, 1825). 8vo, sewn, 14 pp. Northern NY and VT, Lake Champlain. Condition: good.
 

366. (South Carolina, 1800-09). REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE . . . MEMORIAL OF MATTHEW PATTERSON . . . WESTERN BORDERS OF NORTH AND SOUTH-CAROLINA ([Philadelphia, 1800]). 8vo, 7 pp. Asking to stay under the jurisdiction of SC. With: REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE . . . PETITION OF THE COMPANY FOR OPENING THE NAVIGATION OF THE CATAWBA AND WATEREE RIVERS (Washington, 1809). 8vo, 4 pp. Committee recommends against supplying public funds. Condition: removed; good.

367. (-----1833). MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT . . . PROCLAMATION AND PROCEEDINGS IN RELATION TO SOUTH CAROLINA ([Washington, 1833]). 8vo, sewn, 112 pp. SC nullification position. Condition: untrimmed; good.

368. (South Londonderry, Vt.). GREAT AUCTION SALE . . . AT MY FARM SO. LONDONDERRY, VT, AT 9 A.M., SAT., SEPT. 22 . . . O. D. PARKER (No place, [1906]). Sale of cattle, horses, farm equipment, steam saw mill, etc. Condition: slightly rough edges; good color; good.

369. (Spanish America, 1811). REPORT (IN PART) OF THE COMMITTEE, ON SO MUCH OF THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE AS RELATES TO THE SPANISH AMERICAN COLONIES (Washington, 1811). 8vo, 4 pp. Shaw & Shoemaker 24260. House of Representatives support for independence movements in Spain's American colonies. Condition: removed; good.

370. (Spanish-American War). COMING! NATIONAL VIEW CO'S GRAND EXHIBITION OF THE CUBAN WAR! . . . OVER 100 VIEWS! ALL TOO TRUE TO NATURE (No place, no date [1898]). Broadside, 82 x 52.5cm. Portrait of William McKinley center left; Spanish execution of Cuban rebels center; portrait of Admiral George Dewey right center; blue and red ink. Condition: light water-staining; good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

371. Sparks, Jared. THE LIFE OF COL. ETHAN ALLEN (Burlington, 1858). 12mo, printed wraps, 226 pp. Condition: spine worn; good.

372. (Spiritualism, 1883-91). Group lot of annual programs for SPIRITUALIST CAMP MEETING . . . QUEEN CITY PARK, SOUTH BURLINGTON, VT (Montpelier, 1883-91). 8vo, printed wraps, 4-18 pp. Programs for 1883-84-85 and 1890-91. Five volumes. Condition: good.

373. (Springfield, Vt.). AUCTION . . . AT THE RESIDENCE OF THE LATE OTIS P. SPURR, THREE MILES FROM SPRINGFIELD, VT. . . . MONDAY, OCT. 23 . . . FRANK ABBOTT, AUCT. HENRIETTA P. SPURR, ADMINISTRATRIX (Springfield, [1911]). Real estate, livestock, wagons, tools, sugaring equipment. Condition: edges rough; good.

The Valley of the Great Salt Lake in Utah

374. Stansbury, Howard. EXPLORATION AND SURVEY OF THE VALLEY OF THE GREAT SALT LAKE OF UTAH (Washington, 1853). 8vo, 495 pp., 57 plates (3 folding), plus accompanying portfolio of 2 large folding maps. Howes S-884. Sabin 90372. Third issue, after the London and Philadelphia editions of 1852. Portfolio contains "Map of the Great Salt Lake and Adjacent Country in the Territory of Utah" and "Map of a Reconnaissance between Ft. Leavenworth on the Missouri River, and the Great Salt Lake in the Territory of Utah." Condition: light foxing; good.

375. Steele, Zadock. THE INDIAN CAPTIVE; OR A NARRATIVE OF THE CAPTIVITY AND SUFFERINGS OF ZADOCK STEELE (Montpelier, 1818). 12mo, 142 (2) pp. Howes S-930. McCorison #2045. Recollections of the 1780 raid on Royalton, Vt. Condition: good.

376. -----. Same, later edition (Springfield, 1908). 12mo, 166 pp., slipcase, folding map, frontis. Edition of 526 copies. With: Ivah Dunklee, BURNING OF ROYALTON, VERMONT BY INDIANS (Boston, 1906). 8vo, 88 pp., illus. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: good.

377. (Stereopticon viewer). Wooden stereopticon viewer, ca. 1880 (no place or maker listed). 25 x 15 x 8cm box, opens at two hinges for tabletop viewing of images through three lenses. Inlays around top edges, intricate metal clasps, quite an attractive apparatus. Should be seen. Condition: very good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

378. (Stereoviews). Group lot of 33 stereoviews, ca. 1880-1920. Images of Niagara Falls, Spanish-American War, Russo-Japanese War, Christmas, Johnstown Flood, American and European scenery, etc. Thirty-three stereoviews. Should be seen. Condition: all good or better.

379. Sturtevant, Ralph O. & Marsh, Carmi L. PICTORIAL HISTORY THIRTEENTH REGIMENT, VERMONT VOLUNTEERS, WAR OF 1861-1865 (n.p., 1910). 4to, 861 (2) pp., illus. With: SUPPLEMENT TO THE HISTORY OF THE THIRTEENTH REGIMENT VERMONT VOLUNTEERS (n.p., 1911). Small 4to, pp. 865-97, photos. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: both good.

380. Sumner, Charles. THE BARBARISM OF SLAVERY (Washington, 1860). 8vo, sewn, 32 (2) pp. Has Sumner's free frank ms. signature pasted to front cover. With: Same ([Washington, 1860]). 8vo, 32 pp. With: USURPATION OF THE SENATE. TWO SPEECHES (Washington, [1860]). 8vo, 8 pp. Two titles, three volumes. Condition: some toning at bottom of Usurpation; all good.

381. (Texas, 1838-50). SPEECH OF MR. PRESTON, OF SOUTH CAROLINA, ON THE ANNEXATION OF TEXAS (Washington, 1838). 8vo, 17 pp. With: SPEECH OF HON. C. E. CLARK, OF NEW YORK . . . BOUNDARY BETWEEN TEXAS AND NEW MEXICO (Washington, 1850). 8vo, 15 pp. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: uncut, untrimmed; good.

382. Thompson, Zadock. FIRST BOOK OF GEOGRAPHY, FOR VERMONT CHILDREN (Burlington, 1849). 16mo, printed boards, 74 pp., illus., frontis. map. With: GEOGRAPHY AND GEOLOGY OF VERMONT (Burlington, 1848). 12mo, printed boards, 219 (1) pp., illus., frontis map. "For the use of schools and families." Two titles, two volumes. Condition: good.

383. Thompson, Zadock. A GAZETTEER OF THE STATE OF VERMONT (Montpelier, 1824). 12mo, 312 pp., folding front. map, 3 engraved plates. Howes T-207. Condition: good.

384. -----. GEOGRAPHY AND GEOLOGY OF VERMONT, WITH STATE AND COUNTY OUTLINE MAPS (Burlington, 1848). 16mo, 219 (1) pp., maps, illus. "For the use of schools and families." With: THE GREEN MOUNTAIN REPOSITORY; FOR THE YEAR 1832 (Burlington, 1832). 12mo, 284 pp. Complete run of Thompson's short-lived "literary and scientific" magazine. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: bindings fair; contents sound, good.

385. -----. HISTORY OF THE STATE OF VERMONT, FROM ITS EARLIEST SETTLEMENT TO THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR 1832 (Bulington[sic], 1832). 16mo, 252 pp. Howes T-208. Condition: front hinge weak; contents sound, good.

386. -----. HISTORY OF VERMONT, NATURAL, CIVIL, AND STATISTICAL (Burlington, 1842). 8vo, 224 224 200 (4) pp., folding front. map, numerous illus., orig. full calf. Howes T-209. With: APPENDIX TO THE HISTORY OF VERMONT, NATURAL, CIVIL AND STATISTICAL (Burlington, 1853). 8vo, 63 (1) pp., illus. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: some soiling to t.p. of History; otherwise both good.

387. -----. JOURNAL OF A TRIP TO LONDON, PARIS, AND THE GREAT EXHIBITION, IN 1851 (Burlington, 1852). 8vo, 143 (1) pp., frontis. With: NATURAL HISTORY OF VERMONT. AN ADDRESS DELIVERED AT BOSTON, BEFORE THE BOSTON SOCIETY OF NATURAL HISTORY, JUNE, 1850 (Burlington, 1850). 8vo, printed wraps, 32 pp. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: good.

388. -----. THE VERMONT ALMANAC AND FARMER'S CALENDAR, FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 1819 (Woodstock, [1818]). 12mo, [48] pp. McCorison #1982, three locations. "By Zadock Thompson." With: same for 1820 (Woodstock, [1819]). 8vo, [44] pp. Two volumes. Condition: moderate wear; complete; fair.

389. (Thunderbolt & Lightfoot). AN AUTHENTIC ACCOUNT OF THUNDERBOLT & LIGHTFOOT, TWO NOTORIOUS HIGHWAYMEN: THEIR BOLD AND DARING ROBBERIES, AND HAIR-BREADTH ESCAPES (Boston & New York, 1847). 8vo, printed wraps, illus. on both covers, 34 pp. "Together with the Life and Recent Death, in Vermont, of a man reputed to be Thunderbolt." Condition: wraps detached but present; moderate wear; complete; fair.

390. (Ticonderoga). Lucius E. Chittenden, THE CAPTURE OF TICONDEROGA (Rutland, 1872). 8vo, 127 pp. "Annual address before the Vermont Historical Society . . . October 8, 1872." With: John Spargo, ETHAN ALLEN AT TICONDEROGA (Rutland, 1926). 8vo, printed wraps, 34 pp. With: Allen French, THE TAKING OF TICONDEROGA IN 1775: THE BRITISH STORY (Cambridge, 1928). 8vo, (90) pp, frontis. photo, dust jacket. Edition of 500 copies. Three titles, three volumes. Condition: good.

391. (Townshend, Vt., 1906). J. H. WARE, AUCTIONEER. AUCTION! . . . AT THE JAMES H. CHURCH FARM, IN TOWNSHEND THURSDAY, APRIL 26 . . . E. H. DUNHAM (No place, [1906]). Broadside, 63.5 x 49cm. Five farms, livestock, farm equipment, etc. Condition: good.

392. (-----1907). PUBLIC AUCTION! . . . IN TOWNSHEND, VT. . . . THURSDAY, APRIL 25, '07 . . . J. H. WARE, AUCTIONEER. P. H. RUTTER, TOWNSHEND, VT., APRIL 8, 1907 (No place, [1907]). Broadside, 96 x 63cm. Real estate, livestock, farm tools. Condition: some repaired tears; good.

393. (-----). AUCTION SALE . . . AT MY FARM 1-2 MILE SOUTH OF WEST TOWNSHEND, VILLAGE, ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16 . . . J. H. WARE, AUCTIONEER. H. C. STRATTON (No place, [1907]). Broadside, 96 x 64cm. "Sixty Cows and other Stock." Condition: top right corner slightly chewed; bottom right corner missing last letter of Stratton's name; otherwise good.

394. (Treasury, 1800-12). AN ACCOUNT OF THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF THE UNITED STATES, FOR THE YEAR 1800 (Washington, [1802]). Folio, 71 (1) pp., Appendix 6 pp., 1 folding tab. With: same for 1801, 1811 and 1812. Four volumes. Condition: some exterior wear; good.

395. (-----1801-09). Group lot of federal government documents relating to the Treasury Department. (Washington, 1801-09). 8vo-small folio, 7-208 pp., folding tabs. Fifty-one volumes. Condition: most removed; all good.

396. (-----1810-19). Same for 1810-19. (Washington, 1810-19). 8vo-small folio, 4-86 pp., folding tabs. Eighty-one volumes. Condition: most removed; most untrimmed; all good.

397. (-----1822-23). AN ACCOUNT OF THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF THE UNITED STATES, FOR THE YEAR 1822 (Washington, 1823). Folio, calf & marbled boards, 94 128 (113) pp., 6 folding tabs. With: same for 1823 (Washington, 1824). Folio, calf & marbled boards, 204 (24) pp., 3 folding tabs. Two volumes. Condition: edges of 1823 rubbed; good.

398. (Troy Female Seminary, 1822-54). A ZOOLOGICAL SYLLABUS, AND NOTE-BOOK; PREPARED FOR THE TROY FEMALE ACADEMY (Troy, 1822). 16mo, 24 pp., 1 folding tab. With: CATALOGUE . . . TROY FEMALE SEMINARY (Troy, 1845, 1846 and 1854). 8vo, 16-32 pp., printed wraps, frontis. plates. Four volumes. Condition: good.

399. (Tunbridge, Vt.). AUCTION. WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION, ON SATURDAY, NOV. 28TH, AT THE RESIDENCE OF THE SUBSCRIBER . . . W. P. KING. TUNBRIDGE, NOV. 20, 1863 (no place listed, [1863]). Broadside, 25 x 30cm. Horses, cattle, sheep, sleigh, wagon. Condition: framed; good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

400. (Tyler, John). IN SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES. DECEMBER 18, 1834 . . . BANK OF THE UNITED STATES ([Washington, 1834). 8vo, 48 pp. Committee on Finance report. With Tyler's ms. free frank signature pasted at top of front page. Condition: good.

401. Tyler, Royall. REPORTS OF CASES ARGUED AND DETERMINED IN THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE OF THE STATE OF VERMONT (New York, 1809-10). 8vo, 2 vols., full orig. calf, 496 & 488 pp. Condition: light water-staining to a few pages; good.

402. (Union Canal Company, 1811). AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE UNION CANAL COMPANY, OF PENNSYLVANIA (Philadelphia, 1811). 8vo, 34 pp. For improving navigation on Delaware, Schuylkill and Susquehanna waterways; bylaws, memorial, legislation. Condition: removed; good.

403. (United Illinois and Wabash Land Companies, 1811). REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC LANDS, ON THE MEMORIAL OF THE UNITED ILLINOIS AND WABASH LAND COMPANIES (Washington, 1811). 8vo, 7 pp. Recommends disapproving claims based on purchases from Illinois and Piankeshaw Indians. Condition: removed; good.

404. (United States, ca. 1846). MAP OF THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO INCLUDING OREGON, TEXAS AND THE CALIFORNIAS (n.p., n.d. [ca. 1846]). Lithograph, 35 x 37.5cm, plus wide margins, colored. Statistics on states at left and right, state seals as border on all four sides. Notes admission of Texas into Union 1845, but shows the state extending too far north; also shows "New California" truncated at north, extended to east; lists Wisconsin (admitted into Union 1848) as a territory; identifies different Indian tribal lands west of Mississippi River. Condition: rough right edge, into North Carolina state seal; a little separation at fold lines; strong color; generally good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

405. (United States, 1852). William & Thomas Miller, MAP OF THE UNITED STATES (Columbus, OH, 1852). Engraving, 58 x 62cm, plus wide margins, colored. Oval portraits of U.S. Presidents on left aright; George Washington in title cartouche; "Capitol at Washington" inset lower center. Condition: pasted onto Victorian print for backing; a few small tears at edges; generally good.

406. (Van Buren, Martin). SPEECH OF MR. VAN BUREN . . . ON THE MISSION TO PANAMA (1826). With: SUBSTANCE OF MR. VAN BUREN'S OBSERVATIONS ON MR. FOOT'S AMENDMENT TO THE RULES OF THE SENATE (1828). With: LETTER OF MARTIN VAN BUREN, IN REPLY TO A LETTER OF A COMMITTEE (1834). With: MR. VAN BUREN'S OPINIONS (1834]). With: OPINIONS OF MARTIN VAN BUREN . . . THE ABOLITION OF SLAVERY (1834). With: SPEECH OF MR. WRIGHT, OF NEW YORK . . . IN SENATE, FEBRUARY 15, 1836 (1836]). Van Buren's ms. free frank signature pasted at top of front page. (Washington, 1826-36), 8vo, 7-41 pp. Six titles, six volumes. Condition: uncut, untrimmed; five removed; all good.

407. (-----1836). BIOGRAPHY OF MARTIN VAN BUREN ([Albany, 1836]). 8vo, 15 pp. Two copies. With: Same, as Albany Argus "extra." 4to, sewn, 15 pp. Three volumes. Condition: some toning & water-staining; all good.

408. (Van Ness, Cornelius P.). Blank Vermont militia commission, signed in manuscript by Van Ness as Governor and Commander in Chief [1823-26]. Broadside, 25 x 41cm. State seal, cannon & eagle top center; angel with trumpet at left; soldier with flag at right; paper seal lower left. Condition: good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

409. (Vermont, 1795). Joseph Scott, STATE OF VERMONT DRAWN AND ENGRAVED ([Philadelphia, 1795]). Engraving, 18 x 15cm, colored. Cobb #116. Shows counties, roads, Governor Chittenden's home, waterways, mountains. From The United States Gazetteer. Condition: good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

410. (-----1796). Mathew Carey, VERMONT FROM ACTUAL SURVEY ([Philadelphia, 1796]). Engraving, 18 x 31cm. Cobb VT #125. Shows counties, towns, roads, mountains, waterways, Lyon's Iron Works, etc. From Carey's American Pocket Atlas. Condition: matted and framed; good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

411. (-----). Amos Doolittle, VERMONT FROM ACTUAL SURVEY ([Philadelphia, 1796]). Engraving, 37 x 29cm, plus wide margins, outline color. Cobb VT #126. Shows counties, towns, roads, mountains, waterways, Governor Chittenden's home, Lyon Iron Works, etc. Double-page, from Carey's General Atlas. Condition: good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

412. (-----1799). A. Anderson, VERMONT FROM THE LATEST AUTHORITIES (New York, 1799). Engraving, 22 x 19cm. Cobb VT #132. Shows counties, towns, roads, waterways, mountains. From The New Encyclopedia (1799). Condition: good.

413. (-----1807). James Whitelaw, MAP OF THE STATE OF VERMONT ([Burlington], 1807). Engraving, 44 x 29cm, plus margins, outline color. Cobb VT #164, two locations. Shows counties, towns, roads, mountains. Condition: good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

414. F. Lucas Jr., GEOGRAPHICAL, STATISTICAL, AND HISTORICAL MAP OF VERMONT ([Philadelphia, 1823]). Engraving, 31 x 23cm, hand-colored. Cobb VT #190. Shows counties, towns, mountains, waterways, roads. Historical and descriptive text on three sides. Double-page, from H. C. Carey & I. Lea atlas. Condition: matted and framed; good.http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

James Whitelaw Map of Vermont 1824

415. (-----1824). James Whitelaw, VERMONT FROM ACTUAL SURVEY WITH ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS AND ADDITIONS (Hartford, VT, 1824). Wall-map, engraving, 112 x 75cm, colored. Cobb #194. Revised edition of Whitelaw's wall-map; engraved by Moody M. Peabody; published by Ebenezer Hutchinson. Large title cartouche lower right; inset view of Montpelier "from Mill Point in Berlin" center right, featuring second Vermont capitol. Condition: good; with original wooden rods; considerably better than average shape. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

416. (-----1825). Jean A. C. Buchon, CARTE GEOGRAPHIQUE, STATISTIQUE ET HISTORIQUE DU VERMONT ([Paris, 1825). Engraving, 30 x 22 cm, hand-colored. Cobb VT #195. Shows counties, towns, mountains, waterways, roads. Map is in English, but historical and descriptive text on three sides is in French. Two copies. Double-page, from Buchon atlas. Condition: strong color; both very good.

417. (-----1827). Anthony Finley, VERMONT (Philadelphia, [1827]). Engraving, 27 x 21cm, plus margins, colored. Cobb VT #197. Shows counties, roads, villages, waterways, mountains. From Finley, A New General Atlas (1827). Condition: strong color; very good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

418. (-----). Fielding Lucas, Jr., GEOGRAPHICAL, STATICAL, AND HISTORICAL MAP OF VERMONT ([Philadelphia, 1827]). Engraving, 30 x 23cm, hand-colored. Cobb VT #198. Shows counties, towns, mountains, waterways, roads. Historical and descriptive text and statistics on three sides. Double-page, from Carey & Lea atlas. Condition: excellent color; very good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

419. (-----1838). Thomas G. Bradford, VERMONT ([Boston], 1838). Engraving, 35 x 27cm, plus wide margins, colored. Cobb VT #229. Shows counties, villages, mountains, waterways. Condition: very good.

420. (-----ca. 1850). George White, MAP OF VERMONT (Greenbush, VT, [ca. 1850]). Wall-map, engraving, 27 x 18cm, plus margins, hand-colored. Cobb VT #263. Shows counties, towns, roads, RRs. Condition: with original wooden rods; varnish darkened; two small chips missing at top, one in margin and one in northernmost Essex County; fair, a little better than average.

421. (Vermont, 1855-59). Unique volume of township maps cut from Vermont state and county wall-maps of the 1850s. Includes several non-Vermont maps as well, along with an uncut early 1850s Zadock Thompson map of Vermont. Also has village insets, distance and population tables, and other cut-outs from the larger maps. Title cartouches from the dissected wall maps bound in: H. F. Walling maps of Addison, Caledonia, Chittenden, Orleans/Lamoille/Essex, Franklin/Grand Isle, Orange, and Washington Counties; E. Rice & C. E. Harwood map of Bennington County; McClellan map of Windham County; and Hosea Doton map of Windsor County. More than 200 individual pages, bound into 3-inch-thick volume. Condition: binding fine; contents good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

422. (-----1876). G. W. & C. B. Colton, COLTON'S RAILROAD & TOWNSHIP MAP OF VERMONT FROM COUNTY MAPS & ACTUAL SURVEYS (New York, 1876). Lithograph, 87.5 x 58cm, plus decorative border, colored. Cobb VT #382, one location. Shows towns, counties, roads, RRs, mountains, waterways. Inset "Map of the Railroads of New England," lower right. Condition: thin paper, pasted onto backing and framed; some bubbling of paper away from backing; good.

423. (-----1901). National Publishing Co., COMPLETE MAP OF VERMONT (Boston, 1901). Lithograph, 136 x 84cm, colored. "Showing highways & natural features with an index of cities, villages, post-offices and rail road stations." Folding map, on linen backing, with hard black covers. Two copies. Condition: very good; excellent color.

424. (-----1902). Same, 1902 edition. Two copies. Condition: very good; excellent color.

425. (-----). Same, wall-map version. Condition: very good; excellent color; considerably better than average shape.

426. (-----1933). John E. Buck, HISTORICAL MAP OF VERMONT (St. Albans, 1933). 45 x 27.5cm, colored. Illustrations of and texts about historical sites, people, events around the state; state seal, first two state capitols, Vermont copper coins in right margin. Buck was a St. Albans civil engineer. Condition: matted; very good.

427. (Vermont Adjutant General, 1864-66). REPORT OF THE ADJUTANT & INSPECTOR GENERAL OF THE STATE OF VERMONT (Montpelier, 1864). 663 61 (1) pp. With: same for 1865 (Montpelier, 1865). 8vo, 762 pp. Presentation copy from future Vermont governor John Barstow to H. O. Wheeler, front endpaper. With: same for 1866 (Montpelier, 1866). 8vo, 368 pp. From the library of Vermont governor Roswell Farnham, with his bookplate. Three volumes. Condition: good.

428. (Vermont Bench and Bar, 1914). THE BENCH AND BAR OF VERMONT 1914 (Boston, 1914). Photogravure sheet, 76 x 101 cm, on stiff paper. Oval b/w photo portraits of more than 200 Green Mountain attorneys and judges, names below pictures; includes many prominent Vermont leaders. Condition: good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

429. (Vermont Capitol, 1855). Butler Strype, THE STATE HOUSE, AT MONTPELIER (n.p., n.d. [1855?]). Woodcut, 15 x 10cm, plus margins, hand-colored. Attractive little view of the second Vermont State House, completed in 1836 and burned in January 1857. Verso is page of text describing the building, with additional text on Windsor and Bennington. Condition: matted; very good.http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

Bufford's Lithograph of the New Vermont Capitol, 1859

430. (-----1859). VERMONT CAPITOL, MONTPELIER (Boston, [1859]). Lithograph by J. H. Bufford, 37 x 52 cm, plus margins. Attractive view of the new Vermont capitol, from the southeast; pedestrians and riders in foreground, names of architect, superintendent and commissioners in lower margin. Condition: in 19th-century frame; good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

431. (Vermont Central Railroad, 1849). MAP OF THE VERMONT CENTRAL RAIL ROAD, AND ITS CONNECTIONS FORMING THE GREAT NORTHERN ROUTE FROM THE ATLANTIC TO MONTREAL AND THE LAKES ([Boston, 1849?]). Lithograph, 53 x 86cm, plus margins. Not listed in Cobb VT. Shows the VCR in context of rail connections from Great Lakes to Boston; tables of distances; comparative statistics on U.S.-Canada trade via northern lakes 1844 and 1848. Condition: light foxing; good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

432. (Vermont Eugenics Survey, 1927-31). Bound volume of annual reports of the Vermont Eugenics Survey (Burlington, 1927-31). 8vo, 18-143 pp. Includes first, second, fourth, and fifth reports, with C. F. Clayton, LAND UTILIZATION AS A BASIS OF RURAL ECONOMIC ORGANIZATION (Burlington, 1933) and Genieve Lamson, A STUDY OF AGRICULTURAL POPULATIONS IN SELECTED VERMONT TOWNS (Burlington, 1931) bound in. Six titles, one volume. Condition: good.

433. (Vermont Geology, 1845-47). C. B. Adams, FIRST ANNUAL REPORT ON THE GEOLOGY OF THE STATE OF VERMONT (Burlington, 1845). 8vo, 90 pp., illus. Bound with: second report (Burlington, 1846). 8vo, 267 pp., illus. Bound with: third report (Burlington, 1847). 8vo, 32 pp. Three volumes bound as one. Condition: good.

Vermont Governor and Council Records

434. (Vermont Governor & Council). E. P. Walton, ed., RECORDS OF THE COUNCIL OF SAFETY AND GOVERNOR AND COUNCIL OF THE STATE OF VERMONT (Montpelier, 1873-80). 8vo, 8 vols., 517-574 pp., ports. Records of the forerunner to the state Senate, with much additional material on early Vermont history. Condition: good.

Dresden 1779 Printing of First Laws of Vermont

435. (Vermont Laws, 1779). ACTS AND LAWS OF THE STATE OF VERMONT, IN AMERICA (Dresden, 1779). Tall 4to, orig. boards, 12 (2) 110 (1) pp. McCorison #28. "Constitution of Vermont," pp. 1-12. Last leaf is Thomas Chittenden's Feb. 23, 1779 proclamation promulgating the laws (Dresden, 1779), McCorison #24. Printed by Alden and Judah P. Spooner at Dartmouth College in the Dresden district of Hanover, N.H., then claimed by Vermont under its first East Union with towns in western New Hampshire. Condition: new spine; first leaf of index damaged, several words missing; otherwise complete, good.

436. (-----1783). ACTS AND LAWS, PASSED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF VERMONT ([Windsor, 1783]). 4to, running title, 12 pp. McCorison #64, two locations. Laws passed February 1782-February 1783. Condition: removed; light water-staining; good.

437. (-----1787). ACTS AND LAWS PASSED . . . AT NEWBURY, THE SECOND THURSDAY OF OCTOBER, 1787 ([Windsor, 1787]). 8vo, running title, 16 pp. McCorison #139. Condition: right-side corners rounded; first leaf worn, affecting a few words; otherwise complete, fair.

438. (-----1789). ACTS AND LAWS PASSED . . . AT WESTMINSTER, THE SECOND THURSDAY OF OCTOBER, 1789 ([Windsor, 1790]). 8vo, running title, 19 pp. McCorison #185. Condition: right-side corners rounded; good.

439. (-----1798). LAWS OF THE STATE OF VERMONT (Rutland, 1798). 8vo, orig. full calf, 621 205 (2) pp. McCorison #507. Includes national and state constitutions and selected Vermont statutes, as well as laws passed in 1797. Condition: good.

440. (-----1808-17). THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF VERMONT, DIGESTED AND COMPILED (Randolph, 1808 and Rutland, 1817). 8vo, 3 vols., 503, 551 & 336 pp. McCorison #1042 and #1968. Volume 1 signed by Royall Tyler, top of title-page. Condition: good.

441. (Vermont Legislature, 1791). A JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF VERMONT, AT THEIR SESSION AT BENNINGTON, JANUARY, 1791 (Bennington, 1791). 8vo, 85 pp. McCorison #208. Condition: uncut and untrimmed; some cover spotting; good.

442. (Vermont Maps). Group lot of 19th- century Vermont maps. Atlas pages, two Zadock Thompson state maps, two Colton state maps, 1872 survey of Burlington harbor, etc. Twelve items in all. Condition: all good or better; should be seen.

Vermont Mirror 1813-15

443. THE VERMONT MIRROR (Middlebury, 1813-15). Thirty-seven issues of the Middlebury newspaper, Oct. 27, 1813-March 1, 1815. Folio, 4 pp. each, good variety of War of 1812 news (British burning of Washington, Battle of Plattsburgh, Battle of New Orleans), Vermont political and social material, ads, etc. Condition: good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

444. (Vermont & New Hampshire, 1835). Thomas Illman, VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE (New York, 1835). Engraving, 29 x 25cm, plus margins, outline color. Cobb NH #124. Shows counties, towns, roads, waterways, mountains. From David H. Burr, A New Universal Atlas (1835). Condition: strong color; good.

445. (-----1859). Charles Desilver, MAP OF NEW HAMPSHIRE & VERMONT (Philadelphia, 1859). Lithograph, 34 x 27cm, colored. Shows towns, railroads, waterways, mountains, roads; population tables upper right. Condition: strong color; good.

446. (-----1862). S. Augustus Mitchell, NEW HAMPSHIRE AND VERMONT (Philadelphia, 1862). Lithograph, 30 x 25cm, colored. Shows towns, railroads, mountains, waterways. Condition: strong color; very good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

447. (-----1867). A. J. Johnson, JOHNSON'S VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE (New York, 1867). Lithograph, 55 x 39cm, colored. Shows towns, roads, railroads, mountains, waterways. Condition: strong color; very good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

448. (-----1868). E. P. Dutton & Co., TOWNSHIP MAP OF VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE (Bostson, 1868). Lithograph, 70 x 53cm, colored. Shows counties, towns, railroads, waterways, roads. Condition: slight weakness at folds; minor spotting; fair to good.

449. (-----, ca. 1884). TUNISON'S VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE (n.p., n.d. [ca. 1884]). Atlas map, lithograph, 48.5 x 30.5cm, colored. Shows counties, towns, roads, railroads, waterways, etc. Condition: strong color; very good.

450. (-----ca. 1890). VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE (n.p., n.d. [ca. 1890]). Atlas map, lithograph, 34 x 26.5cm, colored. Shows counties, towns, roads, railroads, waterways, etc. Condition: strong color; matted and framed; very good.

451. (-----Miscellaneous). Group lot of 19th- and early 20th-century maps of Vermont and New Hampshire. Includes atlas maps from the 1830s to the 1890s, two Johnson atlas maps, folding National Survey Co. map backed on linen, etc. Nineteen items in all. Condition: strong color on some; all good or better; should be seen.

452. (Vermont Railroads, 1848-99). Group lot of Vermont railroad titles (v.p., 1848-99). Includes annual reports, timetables, advertising, stock promotions, etc., for various Vermont railroads. Fifty-two titles/volumes. Should be seen. Condition: most good.

453. (Vermont Roads, 1897-1936). Group lot of late 19th- and early 20th-century Vermont highway and road maps and guides. Includes 1912, 1916 and 1923 highway maps, Latest Road Map of Southern Vermont (1909), Vermont volume of The Standard Road Book of Entire New England (1897), and "Vermont Road Conditions" maps for 1934, '35 and '36. Ten items in all. Condition: all good or better; should be seen.

Vermont Senate Photo Albums 1882-1910

454. (Vermont Senate, 1882). Photo album of the 1882 Vermont state Senate. Small 4to, 40 individual 4" x 6" photos of Senators, staff, pages, and elected statewide officials, including Governor Samuel E. Pingree; most with ms. signature below. Condition: most of spine missing; contents sound, good.

455. (-----1892). Same for 1892. Small 4to, 38 individual photos; most with ms. signature below. Condition: front inner hinge weak; contents sound, good.

456. (-----1894). Same for 1894. Small 4to, 40 individual photos; most with ms. signature below. Senate pages include a teenaged Charles A. Plumley, later a Congressman from Vermont. Condition: lacks leather spine; contents sound, good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

457. (-----1910). Same for 1910. Small 4to, 35 individual photos; most with ms. signature below. Condition: metal clasp missing; contents sound, good.

458. (Vermont Statutes, 1787). STATUTES OF THE STATE OF VERMONT (Windsor, 1787). 8vo, orig. full calf, 171 pp. McCorison #136. Bound with: ACTS AND LAWS, PASSED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF VERMONT . . . AT NEWBURY, THE SECOND THURSDAY OF OCTOBER, 1787 ([Windsor, 1787]). 8vo, 16 pp. McCorison #139. Bound with: ACTS AND LAWS, PASSED . . . AT MANCHESTER . . . OCTOBER, 1788 ([Windsor, 1788]). 8vo, 28 pp. McCorison #154. Three titles, one volume. Condition: good.

459. (-----1791). STATUTES OF THE STATE OF VERMONT, REVISED AND ESTABLISHED BY AUTHORITY (Bennington, 1791). 8vo, orig. full calf, 315 (5) pp. McCorison #211. Condition: good.

460. (Vermont stereoviews). Group lot of 13 Vermont stereoviews, ca. 1875-95. Scenes include Bellows Falls, State Capitol, Mount Mansfield, Laurel Glen Mausoleum, Lake Pleasant camp meeting, Poultney, Lake Memphremagog. Thirteen stereoviews. Condition: all good or better. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

461. Waite, Otis F. R. VERMONT IN THE GREAT REBELLION (Claremont, 1869). Small 8vo, 288 pp., plates. "Containing historical and biographical sketches, etc." Condition: good.

Walker on the Annexation of Texas 1844

462. Walker, Robert J. LETTER OF MR. WALKER, OF MISSISSIPPI, RELATIVE TO THE ANNEXATION OF TEXAS (Washington, 1844). 8vo, 32 pp. Howes W-42. First edition, using "annexation" rather than "reannexation." "In reply to the call of the people of Carroll County, Kentucky, to communicate his views on that subject." Condition: uncut, untrimmed; some soiling; good.

463. Walker, Samuel. A DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE OF FLOWER-SEEDS FOR SALE (Boston, 1845). 8vo, printed wraps, 10 pp. With: A DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE OF FRUITS FOR SALE (Boston, 1845). 8vo, printed wraps 18 (2) pp. Two titles, two volumes. Condition: some toning to Flower-Seeds; both good.

464. (War Department, 1802-14). Group lot of federal government documents relating to the War Department. (Washington, 1802-14). 8vo-small folio, 4-47 pp., folding tabs. Thirty-three volumes. Condition: most removed; some untrimmed; all good.

465. (War of 1812). Group lot of federal government documents relating to various aspects of the war. (Washington, 1812-14). 8vo, 4-252 pp. Twenty-six volumes. Should be seen. Condition: most untrimmed; good.

466. Wardner, Henry S. THE BIRTHPLACE OF VERMONT: A HISTORY OF WINDSOR TO 1781 (New York, 1927). 8vo, 562 pp., illus. One of the best Vermont town histories, with much good material on early Vermont state history. Condition: very good to fine.

Walling's 1858 Map of Washington County

467. (Washington County, Vt., 1858). H. F. Walling, MAP OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, VERMONT (New York, 1858). Wall-map, lithograph, 133 x 133cm, colored. Cobb #314. Building views at 4 corners, 25 inset town and village plans. Condition: original wooden rods; good; light water-staining along top edge; strong color; much better than average shape. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

468. (-----). Another copy. Backed on linen and sectioned to fold down to 24 x 24cm. Condition: very good; excellent color; considerably better than average shape. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

469. (-----1873). F. W. Beers, COUNTY ATLAS OF WASHINGTON, VERMONT (New York, 1873). Folio, 21 town plans and 34 village plans in color. Cobb #376. Condition: binding poor; contents good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

470. (-----1889). Hamilton Child, GAZETTEER OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, VT. 1783-1889 (Syracuse, 1889). 8vo, 544 pp., folding colored map, ports. Condition: spine missing; contents sound, good.

471. Webster, Daniel. Group lot of 7 Webster speeches in the U.S. Senate: UPON THE QUESTION OF RENEWING THE CHARTER OF THE BANK OF THE UNITED STATES (May 25 & 28, 1832); IN REPLY TO MR. CALHOUN'S SPEECH (February 16, 1833); ON THE REMOVAL OF THE DEPOSITES[sic] (January 1834); MOVING FOR LEAVE TO INTRODUCE A BILL TO CONTINUE THE BANK OF THE UNITED STATES (March 18, 1834); ON THE PRESIDENT'S PROTEST (May 7, 1834); SECOND SPEECH ON THE SUB-TREASURY BILL (March 12, 1838); IN REPLY TO MR. CALHOUN (March 22, 1838). 8vo, 16-48 pp. Seven titles, seven volumes. Condition: removed; good.

472. (Westminster, Vt.). DISPERSAL SALE OF PUREBRED HOLSTEINS . . . PUBLIC AUCTION . . . AT OUR FARM IN WESTMINSTER, VT. . . . THURSDAY, MAY 6 . . . P. G. & ADDIE B. DAWLEY (No place, [1915]). Broadside, 96 x 64cm, blue and red ink. Condition: some roughness to edges; small tears; good color; fair.

473. White, Blythe, Jr. THE GREEN-MOUNTAIN GIRLS: A STORY OF VERMONT (New York, 1856). 8vo, 406 pp., frontis. Condition: spine expertly relaid; good.

474. (White River Junction, VT, 1925). Sanborn Map Company, WHITE RIVER JUNCTION, WINDSOR, COUNTY, VERMONT (New York, 1925). Set of 9 insurance maps, each 63 x 54cm, colored. "Including Hartford, Quechee, Winder & Evarts (formerly N. Hartland)." Show streets, commercial and industrial properties, details on construction and situation of buildings, etc.; excellent detail. Condition: good.

475. Wilbur, James B. IRA ALLEN: FOUNDER OF VERMONT 1751-1814 (Boston, 1828). 8vo, box, dust wrappers, 2 vols., 544 & 570 pp., illus. Condition: good.

476. (Wilkinson, James). REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE, TO WHOM WAS REFERRED THE MEMORIAL OF JAMES WILKINSON, PRAYING TO BE REMUNERATED (Washington, 1811). 8vo, 9 pp., 1 folding tab. On Wilkinson's claim for $11,800 "for sundry disbursements incurred pending Burr's conspiracy." Condition: removed; good.

Emma Willard on Female Education 1833

477. Willard, Emma. ADVANCEMENT OF FEMALE EDUCATION (Troy, NY, 1833). 8vo, 48 pp. "A series of lectures, in favor of establishing at Athens, in Greece, a female seminary." Signed presentation copy, top of t.p. Condition: removed; recipient's name slightly clipped at top; good.

478. -----. MEMORIAL OF EMMA WILLARD, PRINCIPAL OF TROY FEMALE SEMINARY ([Albany, 1823]). 4to, 9 pp. "In Assembly, January 25, 1823 . . . Legislature of the State of New-York." Requesting state aid for her school. Condition: uncut, untrimmed; good.

479. Williams, Samuel. THE NATURAL AND CIVIL HISTORY OF VERMONT (Walpole, NH, 1794). 8vo, 416 pp., lacks folding map. Howes W-478. First edition of the first published history of Vermont. Condition: front cover detached but present; spine worn; right edge of t.p. darkened; contents sound, good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

480. -----. Second, revised edition (Burlington, 1809). 8vo, 514 & 487 pp., lacks folding map. Howes W-478. McCorison #1130. "Corrected and much enlarged." Condition: covers of Volume 1 detached but present; contents sound, good.http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

1851 Wilson Celestial Globe

481. Wilson, James. A NEW AMERICAN CELESTIAL GLOBE (Albany, 1851). Thirteen-inch globe in wooden stand. "Containing the positions of nearly 5000 stars, clusters, nebulae & carefully compil'd & laid down from the latest & most approve'd astronomical tables reduced to the present time." Published by J. Wilson & Sons. Condition: fair; all complete, but some toning and cracking to globe surface, roughness to paper astronomical chart on top of wooden rim. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

482. (Windham County, Vt., 1869). F. W. Beers, ATLAS OF WINDHAM CO., VERMONT (New York, 1869). Folio, 23 town plans and 49 village plans in color. Cobb #358. Condition: good.http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

Doton's Map of Windsor County 1855

483. (Windsor County, Vt., 1855). Hosea Doton, MAP OF WINDSOR COUNTY (Pomfret, Vt., 1855). Wall-map, lithograph, 133 x 104cm, colored. Cobb #495. Ten building views, 29 inset town and village plans. Condition: original wooden rods; very good; with original rods; strong color, much better than average shape. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

484. (-----1869). F. W. Beers et al., ATLAS OF WINDSOR CO., VERMONT (New York, 1869). Folio, 24 town plans and 40 village plans in color, 5 pp. b/w illus. Cobb #359. Condition: good.
 

485. (-----1891). Lewis C. Aldrich & Frank R. Holmes, eds., HISTORY OF WINDSOR COUNTY, VERMONT (Syracuse, 1891). Small 4to, 1005 pp., ports., a.e.g. Condition: pp. 15-22 in photocopy only; otherwise good.http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

486. (Winooski, Vt., 1899). A LITTLE FRIENDLY SOUVENIR OF WINOOSKI, VERMONT ([Winooski, 1899]). Oblong 4to, wraps, 36 pp., photos. "Compliments of The Epworth League of the Methodist Episcopal Church." Condition: good.

487. (Worcester, Samuel A.). OPINION OF THE SUPREME COURT . . . IN THE CASE OF SAMUEL A. WORCESTER . . . VERSUS THE STATE OF GEORGIA (Washington, 1832). 8vo, 39 pp. Landmark case of Vermont missionary to Cherokee Nation, with Chief Justice John Marshall affirming Cherokee sovereignty and President Jackson refusing to enforce the decision. Condition: removed; water-staining; fair.

488. (World War One). ROSTER OF VERMONT MEN AND WOMEN . . . IN THE WORLD WAR 1917-1919 (Montpelier, 1927). 8vo, 1665 pp. "Prepared and Published Under the Direction of Herbert T. Johnson, The Adjutant General." Condition: good.

489. Young, Augustus. PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE STATE OF VERMONT (Burlington, 1856). 8vo, printed wraps, 88 pp. Presentation copy from Young's assistant, Albert D. Hager. Condition: good.

ADDENDA

490. (Allen, Ethan). Group lot of three titles: Ethan Allen, A NARRATIVE OF COL. ETHAN ALLEN'S CAPTIVITY (Walpole, 1807). 12mo, 158 (1) pp. Howes A-136. With: Henry W. DePuy, ETHAN ALLEN AND THE GREEN MOUNTAIN HEROES OF '76 (Boston, 1853). 8vo, 428 pp., front. port., plate of Fort Ticonderoga. With: Henry Hall, ETHAN ALLEN: THE ROBIN HOOD OF VERMONT (New York, 1892). 12mo, 207 pp., ads. Three titles, three volumes. Condition: Narrative t.p. torn, contents and binding worn/fair; DePuy and Hall good.

491. Beckley, Hosea. THE HISTORY OF VERMONT; WITH DESCRIPTIONS, PHYSICAL AND TOPOGRAPHICAL (Brattleboro, 1846). 8vo, 396 pp. Gilman p. 28. Author a Congregational minister in Dummerston, Vt., 1808-37. Condition: good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

492. (Biography—Vermont). Carleton, Hiram, ed., GENEALOGICAL AND FAMILY HISTORY OF THE STATE OF VERMONT (New York, 1903). 4to, 2 vols., 720 & 754 pp., many ports., a.e.g. With: George G. Benedict, ed., MEN OF PROGRESS: BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES AND PORTRAITS OF LEADERS IN BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL LIFE IN AND OF THE STATE OF VERMONT (Boston, 1898). 4to, 312 pp., port. photos. Two titles, three volumes. Condition: Carleton edges rubbed, spines worn; Benedict lacks spine; contents of both sound, good.

493. Hall, Benjamin H. HISTORY OF EASTERN VERMONT (New York, 1858). 8vo, 799 pp., illus. "From its earliest settlement to the close of the eighteenth century." Condition: new spine, covers relaid; contents sound and good.

494. Hemenway, Abby M., ed. THE VERMONT HISTORICAL GAZETTEER (Claremont, 1877). Volume Three. 8vo, 1245 pp., ports. Howes H-403. Condition: some splitting on hinges; good.

495. (-----). INDEX TO THE CONTENTS OF THE VERMONT HISTORICAL GAZETTEER (Rutland, 1923). 8vo, 1118 pp., new binding. Condition: contents warped by 1927 Flood in Montpelier, but complete and serviceable.

496. Hoskins, Nathan. A HISTORY OF THE STATE OF VERMONT (Vergennes, 1831). 12mo, 216 pp. "From its discovery and settlement to the close of the year MDCCCXXX." Condition: good.

497. (Lamoille & Orleans Counties, Vt., 1868). F. W. Beers et al., ATLAS OF THE COUNTIES OF LAMOILLE AND ORLEANS, VERMONT (New York, 1868). Folio, 29 town plans and 56 village plans in color. Cobb #388. Condition: both covers detached but present; contents sound, good. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg

498. Sturtevant, Ralph O. & Marsh, Carmi L. PICTORIAL HISTORY THIRTEENTH REGIMENT, VERMONT VOLUNTEERS (n.p., 1910). 4to, 897 pp., illus. Condition: white spot bottom center of front cover; good.

499. Thompson, Zadock. A GAZETTEER OF THE STATE OF VERMONT (Montpelier, 1824). 12mo, 312 pp., folding front. map, 3 engraved plates. Howes T-207. Condition: good.

500. -----. HISTORY OF THE STATE OF VERMONT (Burlington, 1858). 16mo, printed boards, 252 pp. Condition: new spine; Cuthbert & Cuthbert tray-case; good.

501. (Vermont Laws, 1808-17). THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF VERMONT, DIGESTED AND COMPILED (Randolph, 1808 and Rutland, 1817). 8vo, 3 vols., orig. full calf, 503, 551 & 336 pp. McCorison #1042 and #1968. Condition: good.

502. (Vermont Statutes, 1787). STATUTES OF THE STATE OF VERMONT (Windsor, 1787). 4to, orig. full calf, 171 pp. McCorison #136. Condition: vertical cut in front cover leather; p. 171 torn but complete; otherwise good.

503. (Windsor County, Vt., 1869). F. W. Beers et al., ATLAS OF WINDSOR CO., VERMONT (New York, 1869). Folio, 24 town plans and 40 village plans in color, 5 pp. b/w illus. Cobb #359. Condition: binding worn; contents sound, good.

Special Addenda

 Doton’s Map of Windsor County 1855

504. (Windsor County, Vt., 1855). Hosea Doton, MAP OF WINDSOR COUNTY (Pomfret, Vt., 1855). Wall-map, lithograph, 133 x 104cm, colored. Cobb #495. Ten building views, 29 inset town and village plans. Condition: original wooden rods have been removed and professionally framed; very good; strong color, much better than average shape. Ready to hang. http://www.parkinsonbooks.com/button77651037%5b1%5d.jpg
 
 

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This auction is conducted by William L. Parkinson, Books, P.O. Box 40, Hinesburg, Vermont 05461 ("Auctioneers"), upon the following terms and conditions, subject to amendment by notice or oral announcement at the sale:

1. All bids are to be made per lot as numbered in the catalogue.

2. All property is sold "AS IS." The purpose of the catalogue descriptions is to provide a general listing and account of physical condition for each item, and neither the Auctioneers nor their employees make any warranties or representations of any kind with respect to the items or their value. Bidders should personally inspect items to determine age, origin, possible errors in cataloguing, and conditions. All sales are final; no returns.

3. The Auctioneers reserve the right to withdraw any property at any time before its actual sale, including during the bidding, and to refuse any bid from any bidder.

4. The minimum bid for lots in this auction is $20.00.

5. Bidding increments for this sale will be: between $20 and $250 bids, increments of $10; $250-500 bids, increments of $25; $500-1,000 bids, increments of $50; $1,000-2,500 bids, increments of $100; $2,500-5,000 bids, increments of $250; $5,000-10,000 bids, increments of $500; $10,000 and up, increments of $1,000; $20,000 and up, increments of $2,500. Absentee bidders should keep these increments in mind in placing their bids. An absentee bid of $105 shall be placed at $100, and so on.

6. There is no buyer's premium.

7. The highest bidder acknowledged by the Auctioneers shall be the purchaser. In the event of any dispute between bidders, the Auctioneers shall have absolute discretion either to determine the successful bidder or to re-offer the lot in dispute. If the dispute arises after the sale, the Auctioneers' sales records shall be conclusive as to the purchaser, amount of highest bid, and in all other respects.

8. Payment may be made by cash, traveler's check, or approved personal check.

9. Unless exempted by law from payment thereof, the purchaser shall be required to pay the 7% Vermont state sales tax.

10. Absentee bids accepted. The Auctioneers or their staff shall execute bids for persons unable to attend the sale. Absentee bids should be submitted on the bid sheet on pages 66-68 of this catalogue, or on a photocopy thereof. We may not be able to process absentee bids received after 5:00 p.m., Thursday, October 25, 2007.
 
 
 
 
 

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