his force. On the back of the letter are the figures aggre-
gating the new force.
671. McCABE (JAMES D.). The Life and Public Ser-
vices of Horatio Seymour: together with a Complete and
Authentic Life of Francis P. Blair, Jr. Portraits. 8vo,
cloth. N. Y. 1868
* A. L. S. of Horatio Seymour inserted.
672. McCLELLAN (GEORGE B.). Life, Character, and
Public Services of Gen. George B. McClellan: an Address.
By George T. Curtis. 8vo, half brown morocco, gilt back,
gilt top. Bost, 1887
* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 25 portraits of Mc-
Clellan and his contemporaries; an interesting 4-page A. L. S.
of McClellan to Gen. Wilcox, referring to his private life;
also a 1-page A. L. S. of McClellan; a 3-page A. L. 8. of Elleu
McClellan, and interesting A. L. S. of F. J. Porter to Senator
673. McCEACKAN (W. D.). The Huntington Letters in
the Possession of Julia Chester Wells. 16mo, brocade cloth,
gilt top, uncut. N. Y. 1905
* Presentation inscription by Julia C. Wells, and an A. L. S.
by her is also laid in.
674. McKEEN (SILAS). A History of Bradford, Vt.
Portraits. 8vo, boards (title soiled). Montpelier, 1875.
675. McKINLter v ' WILLIAM). Document Signed twice
as Prosecuting Attorney 01 .Stark Co., Ohio. 1 p. folio, Oct.
1870. Parts of the printed jnrm have been filled in by
676. McMASTER (JOHN BACH,). A History of the
people of the United States, from the Devolution to the Civil
War. Maps. Vols. 1 to 7, 7 vols. 8vo, c loth, gilt tops, un-
cut. N. Y. 1883-1910
* Inserted is an A. L. S. of the Authoi-.
677. McMASTER (JOHN B.) AND STC)NE (F. D.).
Pennsylvania and the Federal Constitution, 1787-1788.
Etched portraits by Rosenthal. Thick royal 8 V o, cloth, gilt
tops, uncut. [Lancaster] 18138
* Published for Subscribers only, by the Historical Society of
678. MACKENZIE (WILLIAM L.). The Lives and
Opinions of Benj'n Franklin Butler and Jesse Hfoyt. 8vo,
half morocco. t^ost. 1845
* Inserted are A. L. 's S. by Butler and the Aut-hor and a
D. S. by Butler and Hoyt.
679. MACLAY (EDGAR STANTON). A Histoiry O f the
United States Navy from 1775 to 1898. Portraits an\d numer-
ous illustrations. 2 vols. 8vo, half morocco, gilt toph uncut.
N. Y 
680. MACLAY (EDWARD S.). Laurels of the Ameri-
can Tar in 1812. 4to, half blue levant morocco, riit top,
uncut. n. jp.^ n . d.
* Excerpt from a magazine, inlaid to 4to. EXT^.ILLUS-
TRATED by the insertion of 40 portraits, views, woodcuts etc.;
and 11 autograph letters, documents, etc., including : an auto-
graph receipt signed by Stephen Decatur; fine A. !_,. g. o f
recommendation from Commodore James Barron tv-) Capt.
Thomas Hayes, 1 page, 4to, Germantown, Feb. 22, 1<S41; A.
L. S. from Commodore Charles Stewart, 1 page, 4to, J~an. 30
1843, to Lewis J. Cist; D. S. (twice) of Capt. Thoma^ Mac-
donough; A. L. S., 1 page, 4to, of Commodore Willia% Bain-
bridge, Apr. 20, 1799; A. L. S., 1 page, 4to, Sept. l/5 ? 1794,
from Capt. Eichard Dale; A. L. S. from Capt. Isaac j Hull, 1
page, 12mo, Jan. 3, 182S, recommending a midshipma%- A. L.
S., 1 page, 4to, from Capt. Isaac Chauney, Feb. 18, 1825; A.
L. S., 1 page, 4to, from Admiral Porter, Jan. 15, 182>5 D. S.
by James K. Paulding; A. L. S. from Capt. Philip B.i y. Broke
of the Eoyal Navy, Sept. 7, 1840.
681. MADISON (JAMES). A. L. S., iy 2 pp. 4to. Wash-
ington, April 14, 1813. Marked "Private.""
* To Governor Plumcr of New Hampshire. A fine war letter,
reading in part: "Whether we are to have peace this year
depends on the enemy; our disposition and terms being known
to every body. Unless the B. Gov't should entertain views and
hopes with respect to this country, distinct from the ordinary
calculations of events, it is difficult to conceive any rational or
even plausible ground for a refusal," etc.
682. MADISON (JAMES). The Papers of James Madi-
son, under the Superintendence of Henry D. Gilpin. 3 vols.
8vo, sheep. N. Y. 1841
683. MADISON (JAMES). Letters and other Writings
of James Madison, fourth President of the United States.
Portrait. 4 vols. 8vo, cloth. N. Y. 1884
684. MAEDER (CLARA FISHER). Autobiography.
Edited by Douglas Taylor. Portraits and facsimiles. 8vo,
half crimson levant morocco, gilt top, uncut, by Stikeman.
N. Y. : The Dunlap Soc., 1897
* Only 260 copies printed. With 2 A. L. 's S., one as Clara
Fisher, 1832, and the other in 1897, when she was the oldest
living actress, signed Clara F. Maeder.
685. MAGAZINE OF HISTORY (THE), with Notes and
Queries. 3 vols. bound and 48 parts, royal 8vo, half morocco
and paper. N. Y. 1891-1912
686. MAGAZINES. Graham's Magazine, 12 vols.; Century
Magazine, 4 vols. ; Penny Magazine, 2 vols. ; International
Magazine. Together 19 vols., various sizes and bindings.
687. MAGAZINES. The Virginia Magazine, The American
Review, American Journal of Archaeology, and others. To-
gether 50 pieces, 8vo, paper.
688. MAGAZINES. Harper's New Monthly; Scribner's;
Atlantic Monthly; and others. Together about 60 pieces,
689. MAHAN (CAPTAIN A. T.). The Life of Nelson
the embodiment of the Sea Power of Great Britain. Illustra-
tions. FIRST EDITION. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, gilt tops.
* Inserted is an A. L. S. by the Author, in which he men-
tions his literary work. .
690. MARTIN (FRANCOIS-XAVIER). The History,
of Louisiana. With a Memoir of the Author, by Judge W.
W. Howe. To which is appended Annals of Louisiana,
1815-1861, by John F. Condon. Portrait, folding map and
facsimile. 8vo, sheep (cracked). New Orleans, 1882
691. MARYLAND. The Biographical Cyclopedia of Rep-
resentative Men of Maryland and District of Columbia.
Numerous portraits. 4to, morocco, gilt edges. Bait. 1879
692. MASSACHUSETTS. Massachusetts of To-Day. A
Memorial of the State, Historical and Biographical. Issued
for the World's Columbian Exposition at Chicago. Edited
by T. C. Quinn. Numerous illustrations. 4to, half cloth,
gilt top. Bost. 1892
693. MATHER (COTTON). Receipt Signed. 1 page,
12mo, Boston, Aug. 25, 1722. With portrait. Both inlaid
to 4to. 2 pieces.
694. MATTHEWS (BRANDER). Bookbindings Old and
New ; Notes of a Book-Lover. With an Account of the Grolier
Club of New York. Numerous illustrations of bindings. 8vo,
vellum wrappers, uncut. N. Y. 1895
* One of 150 copies on Japan vellum.
695. MATTHIAS AND HIS IMPOSTURES (-Stone), N.
Y. 1835 ; General Scott and his Staff. Phila. 1852 ; Authentic
Biography of Colonel Richard M. Johnson of Kentucky [Em-
mons], N. Y. 1833. Together 3 vols. 12mo, cloth and half
696. MEMOIR OF S. S. PRENTISS. 2 vols. N. Y. 1855 ;
Life of Daniel Webster (Curtis), 2 vols. N. Y. 1872; Lives
of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence. N. Y.
1837. Together 5 vols. 8vo and 12mo, cloth.
697. MEMOIRS OF JOHN ADAMS DIX (Dix). 2 vols.,
N.Y.1893; Life of Alexander H. Stephens (Johnston). Phila.
1879; Omitted Chapters of History disclosed in the Life and
Papers of Edmund Randolph (Conway), N. Y. 1888. To-
gether 4 vols. 8vo, cloth.
698. MEMOIRS OF THE LIFE OF WILLIAM WIRT
(Kennedj 7 ), Phila. 1860; Memoir of Parsons (Parsons), Bost.
1861; Journals of John Lincklaen. N. Y. 1897; and others.
Together 7 vols., various sizes and bindings.
699. MEMORIAL OF FITZ-GREENE. N.Y. 1877; Public
Papers of John T. Hoffman. Albany, 1872; Works of Fisher
Ames. Bost. 1809; Life of Silas Wright (Jenkins), Auburn,
1847. Together 4 vols. 8vo and 12mo, cloth and sheep.
700. MEMORIALS. Addresses on the Death of Daniel
Webster. Wash. 1853; Addresses on the Death of William
King. Wash. 1854; In Memoriam, Charles Kisselinan Im-
brie. n. p., n. d. Together 3 vols. 8vo, cloth.
701. MEMORIALS. Lincoln, a Biographical Sketch. N.Y.
1908; Tribute to the Life and Public Services of George
William Curtis (Merrill), Saratoga, 1893; and others. To-
gether 9 pieces, paper.
702. MEMORIES OF WESTMINSTER HALL (Foss), 2
vols. Jersey City, n. d. ; Life of John Lord Campbell
(Hardcastle), 2 vols. Jersey City, 1881; Life of Lord Ken-
yon (Kenyon), Lond. 1873. Together 5 vols. 8vo, cloth.
703. MEN AND MEASURES OF HALF A CENTURY
(McCulloch), N. Y. 18H8; Recollections of Grover Cleve-
land (Parker), N. Y. 1909; Life of Henry Wise of Virginia
(Wise), N. Y. 1899. Together 3 vols. royal 8vo and 8vo,
704. MEN OF AMERICA. N. Y. 1908; Who's Who in
America. Chicago, 1908-09; Statesman's Manual. Lond.
1901 ; and others. Together 16 vols , various sizes and
705. MESSAGES and Papers of the Presidents, 1789-
1897. Illustrated. 10 vols. Wash. 1896-99; Public Papers
of George Clinton, first Governor of New York. War of
Rev. Series. Vols. 1-6, and extra vol. 4. 7 vols. N. Y. 1899-
1902. Together 17 vols. 8vo, cloth.
706. MEXICAN WAR. Messages of the President of the
United States, with the Correspondence therewith commu-
nicated, between the Secretary of War and other Officers of
the Government. Thick 8vo, half russia (binding broken).
* Contains letters and reports from Major-Generals Scott and
Taylor, and other officers, relating to the occupation of Mexican
707. MILITARY PROFESSION in the United States
(B. F. Butler), Ih39; Snake Creek Gap, and Atlanta (Row-
land Cox), 1896; History and Topography of New York
(Horatio Seymour), 1870; and others. Together 12 pamphlets
bound in 1 vol. 8vo, half morocco, gilt top. v. p., v. d.
* Several are presentation copies from the Authors.
708. MILLER (JOAQUIN). Songs of the Sierras. FIRST
EDITION. 12mo, cloth. Bost. 1871
709. MILLER (JOAQUIN, Poet of the "Sierras").
A. L. S., 3 pp. 8vo, Oakland, Cal., April 22, 1889. To John
E. Bouen, Editor of "The Independent," in reply to a re-
quest for his services. With an envelope, card signature
and 3 portraits. Together 6 pieces.
* " The fact is to my surprise / am for the first time in my
life really coming in demand."
710. MILLER (STEPHEN F.). The Bench and Bar of
Georgia: Memoirs and Sketches. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth.
711. MISCELLANEOUS ADDRESSES. Blouut College
and the University of Tennessee [E. T. Sanford]; A Short
Sketch of Aaron Burr [J. H. Dougherty]; Carrying the
News of Lee's Surrender to the Array of the Ohio [A. J.
Ricks] ; The Provinces of The Written and The Unwritten
Law [J. C. Carter]; Twenty Years of Princeton College
[James McCosh]; Proceedings of the Tammany Society,
1867; and others; some have presentation inscription by
the authors. 12 pamphlets bound in one vol., thick 8vo,
half roan. v. p., v. d.
712. MITCHELL (DONALD G.). A. L. S., 1 page, 4to,
Charleston, S. C., Mar. 24, 1857, to J. H. Choate, accepting
an invitation to lecture. With 2 portraits. All inlaid to
4to. Together 3 pieces.
713. MITCHELL (DONALD G.). American Lands and
Letters; The Mayflower to Rip- Van- Winkle; and American
Lands and Letters; Leather-Stocking to Poe's "Raven."
Numerous portraits and illustrations. 2 vols. 8vo, buckram,
gilt tops, uncut. N. Y. 1898-9
* A. L. S. of the author inserted.
714. MITCHILL (DR. SAMUEL L. , Scientist and States-
man). A. L. S., 3 pp. folio, Fort Schuyler, Sept. 19, 1788.
To Stephen Van Rensselaer, describing the progress and
incidents in the negotiation of the treaty with the Onon-
daga and Oneida Indians. With an engraved portrait. 2
* At the conclusion of the Revolution Dr. Mitchill was ap-
pointed one of the commissioners to pacify and treat with the
Iroquois Indians for the purchase of their land in New York.
In this letter he describes the consultation nearing a successful
conclusion: " The Treaty with the Onondagas has been con-
cluded and they have returned toward their own country. Old
Black Cap, their chief Sachem, made a very spirited and sen-
sible speech at the ratification, and after he had delivered a
copy of the contract, together ivith a string of wampum to the
Governor, he proceeded to adopt all the Commissioners as well
the Surveyor-General and myself, brothers of his Nation."
715. MITCHELL (STEPHEN MIX, Member of the Con-
tinental Congress from Conn.). A. L. S., 1 page, 4to, Sept.
30, 1810. To Francis D. Channing, and a legal matter.
Autograph signature, cut from a document,, dated 1791. 2
716. MODERN BATTLES OF TRENTON (Sackett),
Trenton, 1895; Naval Actions of the War of 1812 (Barnes),
N. Y. 1896; Richardson's War of 1812 (Casselman), Toronto,
1902. Together 3 vols 8vo, cloth.
717. MONAHAN (MICHAEL). Benigna Vena, Essays
Literary and Personal; Adventures in Life and Letters;
Palms of Papyrus. Together 3 vols. 8vo, half calf and
boards, uncut. N. Y. and East Orange, 1904-12
* The first named is limited to 50 copies and 2 of the books have
the signature of the author.
718. MONROE COUNTY. History of Monroe County,
New York; with illustrations descriptive of its scenery,
Palatial Residences, Public Buildings, etc. Portraits and
views. 4to, half roan (gilt edges). Phila. 1877
719. MONROE (JAMES). The Writings of James Monroe,
including a collection of his Public and Private Papers and
Correspondence. Edited by S. M. Hamilton. Portrait. 7
vols. 8vo, half leather, gilt tops, uncut. N. Y. 1898-1903
* Letter- Press Edition, limited to 750 copies.
720. MOORE (CLEMENT C.). Poems. FIRST EDITION.
Portrait of author inserted. 16mo, half calf (rubbed).
* A. L. S. of Author inserted. N. Y. 1844
721. MOORE (FRANK). Diary of the American Revo-
lution. From Newspapers and Original Documents. Por-
traits and maps. % vols. 8vo, half morocco. N. Y. 1860
722. MOORE (GEORGE H.). " Mr. Lee's Plan March
29, 1777." The Treason of Charles Lee, Major General;
Second in Command in the American Army of the Revolu-
tion. Portraits and facsimile. 8vo, cloth, uncut. N. Y. 1860
* Presentation copy from the Author, with inscription.
723 MOORE (JACOB B.). Lives of the Governors of
New Plymouth and Massachusetts Bay. Portraits. 12mo,
cloth (back worn and few pp. foxed). N. Y. 1848
724. MOORE (JOHN W.). History of North Carolina;
from its earliest Discoveries to the Present Time. 2 vols.
8vo, half morocco (slightly rubbed). Raleigh, 1880
725. MOORE (THOMAS O., Civil War Gov. of Louisi-
ana). A. L. S., 2 pp. 12mo, August 22, 1862. To General
Ruggles, relative to the discovery of a salt mine.
726. MORRIS (GEORGE P.). A. L. S., 2 pp. folio, N. Y.
Apr. 10, 1839, to Noah Brooks, mentioning "Woodman,
spare that tree " and " Little Frenchmen." With portrait.
727. MORRIS (GOUVERNEUR). An Oration in honor of
the memory of George Clinton. FIRST EDITION. 8vo, un-
bound (foxed). N. Y. 1812
728. MORRIS (WILLIAM). Some Notes on Early Wood-
cuts, with a Chapter on Illuminated Manuscripts: The Art
and Craft of Printing. A Note by William Morris on his
Aims in Founding the Kelmscott Press, Together with a
Short description of the Press by S. C. Cockerel 1. 2 vols.
large 8vo, boards, uncut. New Rochelle, Elston Press, 1902
* Limited editions.
729. MORSE (JOHN T., Jr.). Abraham Lincoln. Por-
traits. 2 vols. 8vo, half cloth, uncut (some margins stained).
* FIRST EDITION on Large Paper, limited to 250 copies. In-
serted is an A. N. S. by the Author.
730. MORTON (OLIVER P., Gov. of Indiana). Two
A. N. S., March 15, 1867; and Aug. 28, 1872, with 4 por-
traits. Together 6 pieces.
731. MOSBY (JOHN S.). Stuart's Cavalry in the Gettys-
burg Campaign. Portrait and Ma}}. 8vo, cloth. N. Y. 1908
Presentation Copy from the Author to his Grandson, with
732. MOTLEY (JOHN LOTHROP). History of the
United Netherlands. 4 vols-; The Rise of the Dutch Re-
public. 3 vols; The Life and Death of John of Barneveld,
Advocate of Holland. 2 vols. Portraits and illustrations.
Together 9 vols. 8vo, cloth (backs slightly worn).
N. Y. 1861-74
733. MOTLEY (JOHN L.). A. L. S., 4 pp. 12mo, Bost.
Dec. 24, 1868, to Gen. Adam Badeau, author of " The Mil-
itary History of U. S. Grant." With portrait. Both in-
laid to 4to.
* " I had the pleasure of making General Grant's acquaint-
ance during his visit to Boston. . . . I shall not permit
myself to say more than to express the hope that he liked Boston
only half as well as Boston was delighted with him. . .
I hope that you are making steady progress with your history,
and that you will not be afraid of making it too long," etc.
734. MULFORD (ISAAC S.). A Civil and Political His-
tory of New Jersey. 8vo, cloth. Phila. 1851
735. MUNSELL (JOEL). The Annals of Albany. Fold-
ing maps and illustrations. 10 vols. l^mo, cloth.
736. [MUNSELL (JOEL).] The American Genealogist,
being a Catalogue of Family Histories: a Bibliography of
American Genealogy. Fourth Edition. 8vo, cloth.
737. MURRAY (LINDLEY, Grammarian). A. L. S.,
3 pp. 4to, Holdgate, Aug. 27, 1825, to Anna Braithwaite.
With portrait. Both inlaid to 4to.
738. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. For
the years, 1856, 1860, 1868, 1872, 1888 and 1892. Together
6 vols. 8vo, cloth and paper.
739. NATIONAL GALLERY of Presidents (The). Com-
prising 25 photogravure portraits on heavy French vellum,
with facsimiles of their signatures, etc. Large 4to, loose in
cloth portfolio (one portrait missing). N. Y., n. d.
740. NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY (Duyckinck),
2 vols. N. Y., n. d. ; Lives of Eminent Philadelphians
now Deceased (Simpson), Phila. 1859; Notable New York-
ers. N. Y., n. d. Together 4 vols. 4to and 8vo, various
741. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. For
the Years, 1831 and 1832, 1860, 1864, 1868, 1872, 1880, 1884,
1892, and 1900. Together 9 vols. 8vo, cloth, and half mo-
* 1831-32 is a very scarce issue.
742. NATION PORTRAIT GALLERY of Distinguished
Americans: with Biographical Sketches. Numerous por-
traits. 5 vols. 8vo, cloth. Phila. 1852-67
743. NEILL (EDWARD D.)- Concise History of the
State of Minnesota. Maps and illustrations. 12mo, cloth.
744. NEILSON (CHARLES). An Original, Compiled
and Corrected Account of Burgoyne's Campaign, and the
Memorable Battles of Bemis's Heights, Sept. 19 and Oct. 7,
1777. Folding map. 12mo, cloth (binding worn, text
somewhat foxed). Albany, 1844
* SCARCE; the map is often missing.
745. NEVIN (ALFRED). Centennial Biography. Men
of Mark of Cumberland Valley, Pa. 1776-1876. Portrait
and views. Royal 8vo, cloth. Phila. 1876
746. NEW CHAPTER IN 'THE EARLY LIFE OF
WASHINGTON (Pickell), N. Y. 1856; Mr. Buchanan's
Administration on the Eve of the Rebellion. N. Y. 1866;
Writings on American History (Griffin), N. Y. 1908; and
Wash. 1911. 2 copies of 1909. Together 5 vols. 8vo, cloth.
747. NEW ENGLAND IN LETTERS (Wilson), N. Y.
1904; The Days of Lamb and Coleridge (Lord), N. Y. 1893;
Romance of Book-Collecting (Slater), N. Y. 1898; The
Greater English Poets of the Nineteenth Contury (Payne),
N. Y. 1907; Literary Character of Men of Genius (Disraeli),
N. Y. 1868. Together 5 vols. 12mo, cloth.
748. NEW HISTORY OF THE BATTLE OF BUNKER
HILL (Wheildon), Bost. 1875; History of the American
Troops during the Late War (White), Baltimore, 1830;
Burgoyne's Invasion of 1777 (Drake), Bost. 1889; and others.
Together 5 vols., various sizes and bindings.
749. NEW GOSPEL OF PEACE [White], N. Y. 1866;
Baked Meats of the Funeral (O'Reilly), N. Y. 1866; Life
and Adventures of Miles O'Reilly. N. Y. 1864. Together
3 vols. 12mo, cloth.
750. NEW JERSEY. History of Burlington and Mercer
Counties, New Jersey, with Biographical Sketches. (2nd
portion of the Work, containing Mercer County only.)
Portraits and illustrations. Royal 8vo, sheep (binding
broken). Phila. 1883
751. NEW JERSEY. The Judicial and Civil History of
New Jersey. By John Whitehead. Portraits. Royal 8vo,
sheets, folded, uncut Bost. 1897
* Laid in are 2 A. L's. S. by the Author, referring to the
752. NEW JERSEY AND THE REBELLION (Foster),
Newark, 1868; Farragut and our Naval Commanders
(Headley), N. Y. 1867; McClellau's Own Story. A. L. S.
of author inserted. N. Y. 1887. Together 3 vols. 8vo,
sheep and half morocco.
753. NEW YORK CITY. New York City during the
American Revolution. Being a Collection of Original
Papers now first published from the Manuscripts in the
Mercantile Library. 4to, half morocco, gilt top, uncut.
Privately printed for the Association, 1861
* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED BY THE INSERTION of 19 portraits and
views and 16 autograph letters, documents, etc. The auto-
graphs consist of a document signed by Geo. Banyard, notify-
ing John Cruger and other magistrates to appear in council
with Lieut. -Gov. Golden, Sept. 7, 1705; Opinion signed by John
Cruger, Dec. 16, 1767, against paying troops enlisted by the
crown; an A. L. S., 1 page folio, from Lieut. -Gov. Cadwallader
Golden to John Cruger, Maj r or of New York, Spring Hill, Oct.
8, 1768; Two Depositions on either side of a 4to sheet, Feb. 7,
1770, signed by Anthony and John Car, apprentices to James
Parker, printer of New, York, deposing that Alexander Mc-
Dougal ordered the printing of a circular " To the Betrayed
Inhabitants of the City and Colony of New York'' and sub-
scribed "A Son of Liberty," also signed by Justice Daniel Hors-
manden; Return of officers of the Royal Regiment of Artillery,
Apr. 7, 1766, signed by Gen. Thomas Gage; A. L. S. from Samuel
Bayard, assistant secretary of the Province, transmitting papers
from Gov. Tryon to John Cruger; Autograph Memorandum by
Chief Justice Daniel Horsmanden asking the Assembly for back
salary ; D. S. by General Amherst. N. Y., Apr. 23, 1762;
A. L. S. from Oliver De Lancey, British general, 1 page 4to,
New York, July 23, 1756, communicating the news of the dec-
laration of war against France and asking for a commission for
a privateer; Order issued by Lieut. -Gov. De Lancey, signed by
the assistant secretary of the colony, Geo. Banyard, June 2,
1759; Receipt for money to pay New York troops, July, 1762;
Manuscript plan of a proposed union between Great Britain and
the American colonies, unsigned, but dated Dec. 5, 1775; Invi-
tation to dinner with the Earl of Loudon, signed by his aid-de-
camp; A. L. S. from James De Lancey to John Cruger, relating
to sick soldiers, n. d. There is also inserted, mounted to 4to,
the complete pamphlet, " Copy of the Address left with His
Excellency, Gov. Tryon, the 3rd of July, 1775, by the Worship-
ful Whitehead Hicks, Esq., Mayor of the City of New York.
With the Governor's Answer, delivered to the Mayor the 7th of
the same Month, to be laid before the Coloration. '' SCARCE.
This pamphlet was printed at New York by Hugh Gaine,
754. NEW YORK CITY. Manuals of the Corporation
of the City of New York for the Years 1859, 1860, 1863 to
1866. Maps and plates. 6 vols. 12mo, cloth and morocco
(assumed to be perfect, sold not returnable). N.Y. 1859-66
755. NEW YORK CITY. Manuals of the Corporation
of the City of New York for the Years 1865, 1868 to 1870. 2
copies of 1869. Together 5 vols. 8vo and 12mo, cloth and
morocco (assumed to be perfect, sold not returnable).
N. Y. 1865-70
756. NEW YORK CITY. In Old New York. A Series
of 12 etchings of scenes and buildings, by S. Hollyer. En-
closed in 12 paper folders, folio. N. Y. 1900-02
* One of 18 sets on Japan paper, signed by the artist.
757. NEW YORK CITY "RING" (Tildeu), N.Y. 1873;
East-India Trade of Providence (Kimball), Providence,
1896 ; Tammany Societies of Rhode Island (Jernegan), Provi-
dence, 1897 ; and others. Together 17 pieces, paper.
758. NEW YORK. The Votes and Proceedings of the
Assembly of the State of New York, At their first Session,
begun and holden in the Assembly Chamber, at Kings-
ton, in Ulster County, on Wednesday, the tenth Day of Sep-
tember, 1777. Folio, sheets, uncut, in cloth folder.
Kingston : (Ulster County) Printed by John Holt, Printer
to the State of New York, 1777.
* A perfect, clean and uncut copy of the FIRST SESSION of the
Assembly at Kingston. The same session was afterwards moved
to Poughkeepsie, when the records were continued for 16
pages; or from June 22, 1778. PROBABLY THE ONLY COPY IN
EXISTENCE IN SHEETS, UNCUT. Laid in are: D. S. by John
Cruger, signed also by Avry Smith, April, 1765; D. S. by
George Clinton, First Governor of New York, March 26, 1803;
A. L. S. from Leonard Gansevoort, member of the Continental
Congress and Statesman, Albany, Dec. 10, 1796; D. S., Killian
Van Rensselaer, Aug. 21, 1766.
759. NEW YORK. New- York Annual Register for the
Years 1834 to 1837 and for 1840. 5 vols. 12mo, half leather
(rubbed). N. Y. 1834-40
760. NEW YORK. Account of the Terrific and Fatal
Riot at the New-York Astor Place Opera House, May 10th,
1849 ; with the Quarrels of Forrest and Macready. 2 illus-
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