Cassidy, Bob Octavo. Hardcover with dust jacket. 290 pages, . Illustrations. Light shelf wear to the dust jacket. Light surface wear and soil to the black cloth binding. A tiny spot on the right front flyleaf. Rest of contents are very clean.
Statement of the Rights and Just Reasons on the Part of the Government of the United Mexican States For Not Recognizing Either the Subsistence of the Privilege Granted to D. Jose Garay, For the Opening of A Line of Communication Between the Atlantic and Pacific Seas, Through the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, or The Legality of the Cession Which He Made of Said Privilege to Citizens of the United States of North America[Mexico] Ramirez, Jose F. (Minister for Foreign Affairs] Wraps. 40 pages. Original blue printed stitched wraps. Front wrap has a large closed tear, chip upper edge, and is detached. Rear wrap has light edge chips. All text in English. Scarce 9 copies listed in OCLC all showing printed in New York by Pudney and Russell. No copies show the Mexico imprint by O' Sullivan and Nolan.
Report of the Special Committee of the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York, on Testimonials to the Captain, Officers and Crew of the United States Sloop of War “Kearsarge.”[Civil War] [New York Chamber of Commerce] Wraps. Approx. 9" x 6". 22 pages, . Original light blue-green printed stitched wraps. Light fade and a few small spots to the outer wraps. Interior in very good condition. The "Kearsarge", under the Command of Captain John A. Winslow, defeated the Confederate cruiser Alabama off the Coast of France in 1864. Pages 16-22 includes a list of "Subscribers to the Fund For Testimonials To The Captain, Officers and Crew Of The "Kearsarge" and award amounts for the listed officers and crew totaling up to $25,000. Scarce. 7 copies located in OCLC.
A Journal of the Life of Thomas Story: Containing an Account of his Remarkable Convincement Of, and Embracing the Principles of Truth, As Held by the People called Quakers; And also, of his Travels and Labours in the Service of the Gospel: With Many other Occurrences and ObservationsFolio. , iv, 768 pages, 8 page index, . Full brown calf leather binding. Spine has 6 raised bands and gilt lettered title on red leather label. Light decorative blind stamped borders on boards. Leather is cracked upper and lower front joints. and chipped bottom of the spine. Edge wear to the boards. Right front flyleaf partly loose. Light toning and scattered foxing and brown spots to the contents. Faint name on the right front flyleaf. Old ink name of Robert G. Livingston top of title page. Another old ink name on rear blank end sheet dated 1819. Thomas Story was a Pennsylvanian Quaker who traveled to various parts of the country. Howes S 1048; Sabin 92324.
Public Documents Printed by Order of The Senate of the United States, First Session of the Twenty-Third Congress, Begun and Held At the City of Washington, December 1, 1834, and in the Fifty-Eighth Year of the Independence of the United StatesOctavo. lx, Reports No. 424 to No. 513. Volume VI of a Ten volume set. Varying pagination to this volume. Brown calf leather binding with red leather title label on spine. Boards are scuffed, rubbed, edge worn, and darkened. Spine is darkened and scuffed in spots. Light to moderate toning to the text. Reports cover State memorials and resolutions, Slave Trade, Indian Affairs, Banks, Fortifications, Imports, Land, Navy, Post Office, Revolutionary War benefits, Rivers, Roads, Treasury, War, etc.
Acts of the General Assembly of the Province of New-Jersey, From the Surrender of the Government to Queen Anne, on the 17th Day of April, in the Year of Our Lord 1702, to the 14th Day of January 1776Folio. , viii, 493 pages, 6 page index, 6 pages Ordinance Chancery Fees, 4 pages "A Table for the Publick Acts in Force", 4 pages "A Table of the Publick Acts Disallowed, Expired, Obsolete and Repealed.", 3 pages "A Table of the Private Acts", 15 pages index to the Principal Matters, . Binding is professionally recased. New brownish marbled paper covered boards with leather spine and joints. Spine has 6 raised bands, gilt lines, and gilt stamped title on red morocco leather label. New front and rear paste downs and front and rear end sheets. Last blank end sheet chipped. Small period ink inscription written above "Slaves" in the section "Index to the Principal Matters." A very late Colonial imprint published on the eve of the American Revolution. Evans 14911; Sabin 53046.
Tall quarto soft cover. Unpaginated. Illustrated, embossed brown covers. Illustrated with photographs of the campus, buildings, students, activities, etc. Binding is worn and creased. Light soil to the text edges. Occasional cracks in the gutters of the text. Contents mostly clean with no writing inside. Fair.
12mo. , viii, 9-393 pages, 12 pages titled, "Report",  pages advertisements. Illustrated. Brown calf leather binding with black leather title label on spine. Leather is chipped head and base of spine and lower corner of the covers. Front end sheets soiled. Rear end sheet removed. Light edge wear to boards. Light to moderate toning and scattered foxing to pages. Inscription on the right front flyleaf, "Miss Annie ? Colquitt 7th, April 1865 Augusta Geo.?" Lengthy pencil verse titled, "Sentiment" written on the front blank end sheet.
Rules of the Supreme Court of the State of New York. With Short Notes of Cases in Relation to the RulesOctavo. Three bound titles. First title: 98 pages,  pages index,  page blank, 81 pages. Second bound title: "Rules of Practice in the Courts of Equity, for the Several Circuits of the State of New York. Settled by the Circuit Judges, in Pursuance of the Act of April 17th, 1823": , iv, 67 pages,  page blank. Third bound title "Rules and Orders of the Court of Common Pleas For the City and County of New York: Which were Adopted by the Court on the First Day of April 1826" 32 pages,  page blank. Paper cover boards with leather spine. Leather is dried, cracked and darkened. Front board detached. Moderate to heavy scattered foxing and toning to contents. Old ink name of "W Shaler Jr." written on the front cover. W Shaler Jr., 1826 is written on the "Terms of the Supreme Court" page 7. Corrections in old ink are also made to page 7. A fair copy only.
Octavo. viii, 387 pages, . Illustrated with 32 plates and 2 figures. Frontispiece is a color folding map. Half leather binding with red cloth covered boards. Gilt title on the spine. Previous owner gilt stamped name (W.A. Ayers) on the front cover. Reddish marbled end papers and text edges. The front hinge is broken and cover is loose but attached. Rear hinge slightly cracked with two pieces of clear tape in the gutters. Interior contents are very clean. Fair only.
Octavo. Volume I only. xliv, 335 pages. Profusely illustrated. Half leather binding with greenish marbled end papers. Green leather corners and spine. Gilt title, decorations, and raised bands on the spine. Marbled end sheets. All edges gilt. Edge wear to the binding. Light scuffes to the marbled paper covered boards. Rear flyleaf taped on the blank recto. Interior contents clean. Binding is sturdy. Volume I only.
The True End and Design of the Holy Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper, Together with the Nature of the Preparation Necessary For a Right and Profitable Reception Thereof, Opened and Explained in Two Dialogues Between a Father and His Son12mo. 70 pages. Missing the front cover and end sheet. Title page and rest of contents are present. Thin leather backstrip is worn. Rear board detached. Rear marbled paper covered board is worn. Scarce publication. Peter Edes printer is the son of Benjamin Edes of the iconic American printing family. Evans American Imprints 26775.
A Short History of Our Own Times from The Accession of Queen Victoria to The Accession of King Edward VII12mo. xii, 574 pages. . A prize leather binding. Polished tree calf leather binding with gilt stamped circle seal "Radnorshire County Council" on the front cover. Gilt borders on the both covers. Gilt decorations, raised bands, and leather title label on the spine. Marbled end papers. Text is marbled. Scattered foxing to the contents. Pasted down label inside the front cover reads "Intermediate School Llandrindod Wells. Prize Awarded To (William James H. Watkins for Woodwork Upper Division) Prented by the (the Governor) Date (Oct. 23rd 1908) (??? Head Master)."
12mo. (approx. 7" x 5.5") , Silk covered flexible boards. Silk end sheets. Gold stamped title on the front cover. Gilt edges. Spine is cracked. Inner hinges are fragile. Third front blank end sheet is browned. Light rubs and edge wear to binding. Contents are a poem celebrating the 50th Wedding Anniversary of the Longworths. The Longworth's were a prominent, wealthy Cincinnati family. Their son Nicholas Longworth III was a former United States Speaker of the House. Author's inscription on the second blank end sheet - "To Mrs. Cyrus Cleaveland with Kindest regards of Fred c S. Cozzens, Christmas 1857." Frederick Swartwout Cozzens (1818-1869) was an American humorist.
A Complete Key to the Teachers’ Assistant, or System of Practical Arithmetic; In Which The Operation of All the Examples Necessary For The Learner Are Exhibited At Large, And Solutions Given to All the Promiscuous Questions Throughout the Work16mo. , iv, 5-252pp., . Brown shepskin leather binding with a black leather title label on spine. Small chip to leather upper spine. Leather scuffed along the board edges. Thin crack front joint. Light to moderate scattered foxing to contents. Inscribed by the author Stephen Pike on the right front flyleaf. Note: this signature has not been verified.
Octavo. , xxvii, 447 pages. Illustrated with maps (one folding). Polished brown calf leather binding with gilt stamped illustration on the front cover. Gilt stamped decorations and title on spine. Marbled end sheets and text edges. Rear board damp-stained. Front hinge is broken. Leather is lightly rubbed and worn at extremities. Light scattered foxing to folding map. Fair.