The whole question of taxation is remitted by this bill to the people and government of Puerto Rico. Here is the charter of Puerto Rican self-government :speech of Hon. Chauncey M. Depew, of New York, in the Senate of the United States, Monday, April 2, 1900.Chauncey M. Depew 24p., removed.
Industrial and Other Conditions of the Island of Puerto Rico and the Form of Government Which Should be Adopted for It: Hearings before the Committee on Pacific Islands and Puerto Rico of the United States Senate on Senate Bill 2264 to provide a government for the island of Puerto Rico and for other purposes 56th Congress 1st Session Document No 147Mr. Foraker 226p., removed, original printed wraps, lacking rear cover.
Special Report by the Massachusetts Board of Railroad Commisioners to the Legislature in relation to the Disaster on Monday, March 13, 1887 on teh Dedham Branch of the Boston and Providence Railroad, at the bridge commonly known as the Bussey Bridge, over South Street, between the Roslindale and Forest Hills Stations in that part of Boston called West RoxburyGeorge G. Crocker 25p. with illustrations and photogravures, in original printed wraps, with Board of Railroad Commissioners letter of June 2, 1887 laid in. Signed by George G. Crocker "with compliments of" in ink to front wraps.Triangular loss of rear corner tip, present and also laid in, with tape repair at hinge.
A Letter to Peter Cooper on The Treatment to be Extended to the Rebels Individually, and The Mode of Restoring the Rebel States to the Union with an Appendix containing a reprint of a review of Judge Curtis’ Paper on the Emancipation Proclamation with a Letter from President LincolnCharles P. Kirkland 46 p. + 20p. appendix, removed. First signature detached. Relating to Executive Power and Reconstruction in the first fertile and unstable months after the end of the Civil War.
An Address delivered before The Society of the Alumni of Williams Collegeon the Day of the Annual CommencementJohn Woodbridge, Pastor of the Church in Hadley, Mass. 18p. pamphlet, trimmed, removed, bearing Rev. Spring's signature to E.D. Griffin [President of Williams College]
1 sheet illustrationed; 34 x 46 cm folded to 16 x 9 cm. Some discoloration, lower border when folded. Use Kreso Dip No. 1 freely to keep all farm animals healthy, to kill parasites and for the rapid healing of cuts, wounds, scratches and common skin troubles." Testimonials from farmers with information on how they had used Kreso, for what reasons, and results. Offers information on some common diseases of domestic animals to include maggots, lice, mange, cholera, ticks, ringworm, and with information as to how to treat each problem using Kreso Dip.
Mortimer Moon, pseud. Karl E. Vogel Limp suede covers stamped gilt, gold cord tie. Parody of Khayyam's Rubaiyat consisting of 75 quatrains, 7 bichrome illustrations, Moon was a pseudonym of Karl E. Vogel of Omaha, Nebraska. Chipping and loss to border of suede wraps.
Earle Liederman Large hardcover, pictorial endpapers and gilt title to front boards. Twenty full page page black/white illustrations by Keye Luke. 106 quatrains, imitative of Khayyam, printed on 40 double-leaf pages uncut at the top, framed by illustrative border. Bookplate of noted book collector Leone Fulmer Nash.
Head-Quarters, Armies of the United States, City Point, Va., March 10th, 1865. : Special orders, no. 48. 1. The operations on all treasury trade permits, and all other trade permits and licenses to trade . within the state of Virginia, except that portion known as the Eastern Shore, and the States of North Carolina and South Carolina, and that portion of the state of Georgia immediately bordering on the Atlantic . are hereby suspended until further ordersTheodore S. Bowers, Assistant Adjutant General [commend of Lieutenant General Grant] Orders for cessation of trade, delivery of goods and supplies passing into the Eastern Shore.
Supreme Court of Illinois Northern Grand Division September Term, 1876. William H. Brooks, Jr. and Catharine E. Ewing Kearns Brief and Argument for Plaintiff in ErrorreEdmund S. Holbrook 60p., in printerd wraps. Relating to divorce, assets, trust, real estate deeds, women's rights, property rights and inheritance.
Decision in equity suit of John C. Cotton vs. Theod. J. Young et. al., members of the Medical Society of Crawford County :medical courts and judicial councils reversed : Dogberry and Verges vindicated : a full history of the case.16p., including Appendix. Ethics, Jurisprudence. Three in holdings.