* Relating to his daughter's translation of the Life and Letters
108. BINDING. Book-Lover's Almanac for the Year 1893.
With illustrations by Henriot in colors. 12mo, maroon
levant morocco, with vari-colored ornamental inlays and gilt
tooling, gilt edges, original wrappers bound in, byMeunier.
N. Y. 1893
* Edition limited to 200 copies on Japan Paper. An original
water-color and ink drawing by the illustrator on the fly leaf.
109. BINGHAM (JOHN A., Judge Advocate in trial of
Lincoln's assassins). A. L. S., 1^ pp. 12mo. Wash. April
15, 1861. To Gideon Welles, Secty. of the Navy, asking an
appointment for Capt. Arnold.
110. BINNEY (HORACE Lawyer, Author of three
pamphlets in support of Pres. Lincoln's Habeas Corpus
measures). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to (Wash.), Dec. 16, 1833. With
portrait. 2 pieces.
* To Levi Woodbury, Secty. of Navy, regarding appointment
of Henry Cadwalader.
111. BIOGRAPHY. The National Cyclopaedia of Amer-
ican Biography. Profusely illustrated. 5 vols. imperial
8vo, half leather. N. Y. 1892-94
112. BIOGRAPHY. The Library of American Biography.
Conducted by Jared Sparks. Facsimiles. 10 vols. 16mo,
cloth. N. Y., n. d.
113. BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY (Blake), Phila.
1842; American Biographical Dictionary (Allen), Bost. 1857;
Minutes of the Provincial Council of Pennsylvania. 2 vols.
Phila. 1852; and others. Together 7 vols. , various sizes and
114. BIOGRAPHY OF AMERICAN NAVAL HEROES
(Wilson), 2 vols. N. Y. 1821; Life and Times of Gen.
Francis Marion (Moore), Phila., n. d. ; Sketches of United
States Senators. Wash. 1839; Life and Times of Gen. Sain.
Dale (Claiborne), N. Y. 1860. Together 5 vols. various
sizes and bindings.
115. BLEEKER (CAPT. LEONARD). The Order Book
of Capt. Leonard Bleeker, Major of Brigade in the early
part of the Expedition under Gen. James Clinton, against
the Indian Settlements of Western New York in the Cam-
paign of 1779. Small 4to, original wrappers (loose), uncut.
N. Y. 1865
* Laid in is an autograph petition of Capt. Bleeker to Con-
gress, 1 page, folio, Sing Sing, Dec. 24, 1832, recounting his Revo-
lutionary services and asking for an increase of pension ; an
A. L. S. from Capt. Bleeker to Barent Bleeker of Albany, 2 pp.
4to, New York, April 10, 1795, requesting him to record certain
enclosed Patents which " were granted for my personal services
during the late war; " an A. L. 8. from Silas Wood, historian
of Long Island, to Capt. Bleeker, requesting him to obtain the
names of Revolutionary soldiers entitled to bounty lands which
have never been received by them ; Two L. S. from J. L. Ed-
wards, Pension Agent, denying Capt. Bleeker's right to a pen-
sion for a grade higher than a captain. All enclosed in an en-
velope endorsed "Bought of Bleecker's swindling grandson "
116. [BLOODGOOD (S. DE WITT).] The Sexagenary;
or Reminiscences of the American Revolution. Portraits.
8vo, cloth. Albany, 1*66
117. BOLTON (ROBERT). The History of the Several
Towns, Manors and Patents of the County of Westch ester,
from its first settlement to the Present time. Numerous
maps, charts and illustrations. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth (one title
slightly torn). N. Y. 188 L
118. BOUDINOT (ELISHA, Jurist and brother of Elias
Boudinot). A. L. S., 3 pp. 4to. Newark, July, 1804. To
Thomas Anderson, on legal matters; A. N. S., 1 p. 18 mo.
March, 1791. 2 pieces.
119. BOWLER (METCALF, Member Colonial Congress
of 1765). Manuscript page of Anecdotes, folio, without
date (worn in fold).
120. BOZMAN (JOHN LEEDS). The History of Mary-
land, from its first Settlement in 1633 to the Restoration in
1660. 2 vols. royal 8vo, half morocco, gilt tops, uncut
(small repair to title-pago). Balto. 1837
* LARGE PAPER COPY of one of the best of State histories. In-
serted is a 2 pp. 4to A. L. S. from the author; Talbot County,
June 19, 1812.
121. BRADFORD (AUGUSTUS W., War Gov. of Mary-
land). D. S., 1 p. folio. March 19, 1862. Printed docu-
ment, signed also by Wm. B. Hill, Secty. of State; Steel
portrait. 2 pieces.
122. BRADFORD CLUB. Memorial of John Allan. For-
trait. Royal 8vo, half green morocco, by Cox.
N. Y. : The Bradford Club, 1864
* Only 250 copies printed. With presentation inscription to
Henry T. Turkerman.
123. BRADFORD CLUB. The Operations of The French
Fleet under the Count De Grasse, in 1781-2. As Described
in two Contemporaneous Journals. Portrait on India Paper
and illustrations. Royal 8vo, cloth, uncut. N. Y. 1864
* Club copy. Only 150[copies printed. Presentation inscrip-
tion by John B. Moreau.
124. BRADFORD CLUB PUBLICATIONS. Murphy
(Henry C.). Anthology of New Netherland, or Translations
from the Early Dutch Poets of New York. Portrait. Royal
8vo, half morocco, gilt top. N. Y. 1865
* One of 125 copies.
125. BRADFORD CLUB PUBLICATIONS. Hough
(Franklin B.). The Northern Invasion of October 1780
against the Frontiers of New York, which were supposed
to have connection with Arnold's Treason. Frontispiece.
8vo, half morocco, gilt top. N. Y. 1866
* One of 80 copies.
126. BROOKS (JAMES WILTON). History of the Court
of Common Pleas of the City and County of New York.
With Full Reports of All Important Proceedings. 2 vols.
8vo, half green levant morocco, gilt, gilt tops, uncut, by
Stikeman. N. Y. 1896
* One of 300 copies printed for subscribers only.
EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED and extended to 2 volumes by the in-
sertion of 125 portraits and 151 AUTOGRAPH LETTERS and SIGNA-
TURES, including letters by the Judges of the Court of Common
Pleas and leading practitioners of the Bar of New York, many
of which relate to court proceedings, legal matters, etc.
Among the more important names are: James Duane, James
Kent, J. F. Daly, H. W. Allen, H. W. Bookstaver, A. Cardoza,
Miles Beach, D. P. Ingraham, H. Hilton, R. A. Pryor, C. H.
Van Brunt, J. T. Irving, W. Inglis, J. B. Brady, B. D. Silliman,
C. P. Daly, Wm. M. Tweed, and A. Oakey Hall.
127. BROOKS (GEN. JOHN, Gov. of Mass.). A. L. S.,
2 pp. 4to. Medford, Sept. 1st, 1800. Portrait. 2 pieces.
* To Jonathan Jackson, Supervisor, in regard to his duties as
Inspector of Revenues.
128. BROTHERHEAD (WILLIAM). The Book of the
Signers: Containing Fac-simile Letters of the Signers of
the Declaration of Independence. 61 engraving* from
original photographs and drawings. 4to, half morocco.
129. BROTHERHEAD (WILLIAM). Sanderson's Biog-
raphy of the Signers to the Declaration of Independence.
Revised and Edited by R. T. Conrad. (With) an Historical
Account of the Residences, not previously printed. By
Wm. Brotherhead. Illustrations from original photographs
and drawings of the residences of the Signers, etc. , on India
paper. 4to, wrappers, uncut. Phila. 1865
* LARGE PAPER, only 160 copies printed.
130. BROWN (ALEXANDER). The Genesis of the
United States. A Series of Historical Manuscripts. Por-
traits, facsimiles and illustrations. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, un-
cut. Bost. 1890
131. BROWN (ALEXANDER). The Cabells and their
Kin. A Memorial Volume of History, Biography, and
Genealogy. Portraits, facsimiles, and colored frontispiece.
8vo, cloth, gilt top. Bost. 1895
* Two A. L. S. of the author laid in, and a 4 pp. A. L. S. of
the Hon. Edward Carrington Cabell, distinguished Confederate
soldier and lawyer, to Gov. T. C. Reynolds, June 17, 1864.
132. BROWN (ALEXANDER). The First Republic in
America. An Account of the Origin of this Nation, written
from the Records then (1624) Concealed by the Council,
rather than from the Histories then Licensed by the Crown.
Portrait. 8vo, cloth, gilt top. Bost. 1898
* Laid in is an A. L. S. and 2 L. S. of the author.
133. BROWN (WILLIAM H.). Portrait Gallery of dis-
tinguished American Citizens, with Biographical Sketches,
and fac-similes of original letters. Folio, cloth, leather
back. Hartford, 1845
134. BROWNE (CHARLES F., " Artemas Ward").
A. L. S., 3 pp. 8vo, N. Y., Sept. 5, 1865, to a publisher in
London, relating to the English publication of one of his
works. Portrait. Both inlaid to 4to.
135. BRYANT (WILLIAM CULLEN). The Embargo;
or, Sketches of the Times. A Satire. The Second Edition,
Corrected and Enlarged. Together with the Spanish Revo-
lution and other Poems. 12mo, red levant morocco, gilt
top, uncut, original wrappers bound in, by Bradstreet's.
* Very scarce in uncut condition. Bost. 1809
136. BRYANT (WILLIAM CULLEN). A. L. S., 2 pp.
8vo, Buttermilk Falls, July 27, 1863, with 5 portraits. All
inlaid to 4to. Together 6 pieces.
* " I think the position taken by the ' Evening Journal ' that
North Carolina ought to be admitted into the the Union ' with
Slavery ' should be noticed. This cannot be done without a
violation of all laws human and divine. There is not a slave
now in North Carolina such is the effect of the Proclamation
and if she comes back to the Union it must be without a slave
in all her borders."
137. BRYANT (WILLIAM CTJLLEN). The Odyssey of
Homer. Translated into English Blank Verse. FIRST EDI-
TION. 2 vols. royal 8vo, cloth, Bost. 1871-72
* BRYANT'S OWN COPY. Laid in are many notes, requests for
autographs (most of which are marked " Ans'wd " in Bryant's
hand); a verse of a poem; a sheet with a MS. poem of 24 lines
in black verse; first drafts of notes to be answered, etc. ; all in
Bryant's hand. From the William Cullen Bryant sale.
138. BRYANT (WILLIAM CULLEN) AND GAY (SYD-
NEY HOWARD). A Popular History of the United States.
Fully illustrated. 4 vols. royal 8vo, black morocco, gilt
edges. N. Y. 1881
139. BRYANT (WILLIAM CULLEN). A Biography of
William Cullen Bryant, with extracts from his Private
Correspondence. By Parke Godwin. 2 vols. extended to
6, 8vo, green morocco, gilt, gilt tops, uncut. N. Y. 1883
* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of almost 400 portraits,
plates, views of New York; an A. L. S. by Bryant to Bayard
Taylor in regard to his writings, 2 pp. letter of Benjamin Silli-
man, 2 A. L. S. by the Author, aoother by Edward Everett,
and others. The portraits average very high in excellence.
From the Augustin Daly library.
140. BRYCE (JAMES). The American Commonwealth.
2 vols. small 8vo, cloth. Lond. 1889
* With A. L. S. of the author inserted.
141. BUCHANAN (JAMES, fifteenth President). A. L.
S., 1 p. 4to, Wheatland, February 20, 1851.
* Interesting political letter to Robert J. Walker, reading in
part: "Cameron and that set. evidently convinced that Cass
will be ' no go' seem to have turned their attention to Hous-
142. BUCHANAN (JAMES). A. L. S., 1 p. 12mo, Wheat-
lands, December, 26, 1862. To R. A. Oakes, to thank him
for his good wishes, etc.
143. BUCHANAN (JAMES). Life of James Buchanan.
By George Ticknor Curtis. 2 portraits. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth,
gilt tops, uncut. N. Y. 1883
* A. L. S. of author inserted.
144. BUCHANAN (ROBERDEAU). Life of the Hon'
Thomas McKean, Member of the Continental Congress from
Delaware. Portrait. 8vo, cloth. Lancaster, Pa., 1890
145. BURKE (AEDANUS, Chancellor of S. C. and Mem-
ber of the First U. S. Congress). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to, Charles-
ton, June 16, 1801.
*To James Madison, Secretary of State, regarding appoint-
ment to a judgeship in South Carolina.
146. BURNET (DAVID G., Provisional Pres. of Texas).
A. L. S., 4 pp. 4to, Oakland, April 25, 1844. To Mrs. Mary
Austin Holley, the author of a book on Texas. (Mended
and reinforced with gauze )
* A long and interesting letter on Texan history, in which he
makes serious charges against the character of Samuel Houston,
the first Constitutional President of Texas and hero of the
battle of San Jacinto.
147. BURR (AARON). A. L. S. (with initials). 1 p. 4to,
Chillicothe, 18th Oct., 1806. To Wm. Peter Van Ness, his
devoted friend and second in his duel with Hamilton.
* Summoning him to Berkley Springs, Va., " as soon as may
be possible (I don't say convenient)" and giving him instructions
of the route to be followed, and affairs to be attended to on his
passage through N. Y. , Philadelphia and Washington.
It was about this time that Burr was negotiating the pur-
chase of a vast tract of land on the Washita River, which was
part of his scheme for establishing a great Western Empire;
and to which he evidently has reference when he mentions in
in the letter: "It will occur to you that our intended purchase
is the object of the interviews."
148. BURR (AARON). The Trial of Col. Aaron Burr,
on an Indictment for Treason, before the Circuit Court of
the United States. Taken in shorthand by T. Carpenter.
3 vols. 8vo, original sheep (worn). Wash. 1807-8
149. BURR (AARON). Memoirs of Aaron Burr. With
Miscellaneous selections from his Correspondence. By
Matthew Davis. 2 portraits and a facsimile. 2 vols 8vo,
cloth (slightly rubbed). N. Y. 1838
* Inserted is an A. L. S. of the author.
"150. BURR (AARON). The Private Journal of Aaron
Burr. Reprinted in full from the original manuscript in
the library of Mr. William K. Bixby of St. Louis, Mo.
With an Introduction, Explanatory Notes, and a Glossary.
Portraits and facsimiles. 2 vols. 8vo, boards, cloth backs,
paper labels, uncut. Rochester, N. Y. 1903
* One of 250 copies privately printed by Mr. Bixby, for pres-
entation purposes, exactly as Burr wrote it, with all the pass-
ages suppressed by Davis in 1838 restored in full. Davis had
access to th original manuscript, but took the most astonish-
ing liberties with it. leaving out hundreds of pages, omitting
nearly all the passages in French, which are very curious and
interesting, and occasionally inserting passages of his own.
The Introduction embodies a study of the extraordinary career
of Aaron Burr written from new material not available to earlier
biographers. The elaborate footnotes, exhibiting patient in-
dustry and scholarly research, riot only explain the text but
give descriptions of the important places that Burr visited and
sketches of the prominent rulers, statesmen, and literary char-
acters with whom he associated during his visit to Europe
INSERTED ARE THREE AUTOGRAPH LETTERS OF AARON BDRR
to Wm. Peter Van Ness, his devoted friend and his second in
his duel with Hamilton. The letters are as follows: A. L. S.
(with initials), 1 page, 4to, Dec. 5. 1803, mentioning the passage
of the resolution amending the Constitution and the final con-
clusion of peace with Morocco; A. N. S. (with initials), Nov. 22
[1803J, enclosing a letter to a Mr. Baldwin and giving instruc-
tions concerning it; A. L. S. (with initials), 1 page. 4to, Wash.
Dec. 23, 1803, concerning the payment by Edward Griswold of
$1750, and giving instructions for the placing of the money.
This last is franked " A. Burr." An A. L. 8. and 2 L. S. of
Mr. Bixby are inserted, and his presentation inscription is on
the inside of cover.
151. BURR (AMELIA J.). The Point of Life. A Play
in Three Acts. FIRST EDITION. Title within woodcut bor-
der. 8vo, boards, uncut.
Englewood: The Hillside Press, 1907
* A. L. S. of author inserted. . Limited to 315 copies.
152. BUTLER (PIERCE). Judah P. Benjamin. Portrait.
12mo, cloth, gilt top. Phila., n. d.
* A. L. S. of Judah P. Benjamin inserted, also signed by
153. CABELL (WILLIAM H., Gov. of Virginia). A. L.
in 3rd person, Feb. 23, 1802, to James Madison, Sec. of
State. 1 p. 12mo.
154. CALDWELL (JAMES, Clergyman and Rev. soldier).
A. L. S., 1 p. 4to. Elizabeth Town, Jan. 23, 1780.
* To Col. James Abeel, reading in part: " On the awful day
of plunder the Flag-Boat at this port was robbed of part of her
rigging." etc. Dr. Cald well's church and house were burned
by the British at about this time and both he and his wife were
killed soon after.
155. CADWALADER (JOHN). Nuts for Future His-
torians to Crack. Collected by H. W. Smith. Containing
the Cadwalader Pamphlet, Valley Forge Letters, etc 8vo,
cloth. Phila. 1856
156. CADWALADER (JOHN). A Reprint of the Reed
and Cadwalader Pamphlets, with an Appendix. 8vo, half
blue levant morocco, gilt, gilt top, uncut. [Phila.] 1863
* Only 199 copies printed Inserted is a pamphlet containing
the Correspondence between W. B. Reed and John Pennington
& Son, relating to the above; also laid in is a pamphlet on the
Reed Controversy: " Further Facts with Reference to the
Character of Joseph Reed." Trenton, 187(1 (a limited number
printed for private distribution).
157. CADWALADER (LAMBERT). Col. Lambert Cad-
walader of Trenton, New Jersey (a Biographical Sketch).
Royal 8vo, boards, uncut. [Phila. 1878]
* Only a few copies privately printed. Inserted is a D. 8. by
Lambert Cadwalader and John Wilcox, as a Sub-Committee of
the Committee of the City of Liberties of Phila., 1775, notice
to Congress regarding the supplying of J;he man-of-war in the
158. [CAHOONE (SARAH S.).] Sketches of Newport
and its Vicinity; with Notices Respecting the History,
Settlement and Geography of Rhode Island. 4 plates.
FIRST EDITION. 12mo, cloth. N. Y. 1842
159. CALHOUN (JOHN C.). The Works of John C.
Calhoun. 6 vols. 8vo, half calf. N. Y. 1854
160. CAMPAIGNING WITH GRANT (Porter), N. Y.
1897; Sherman's Historical Raid (Boynton), Cinn. 1875;
War of the Rebellion, Wash. 1901; Photographic History
of the War, Vols. 1 and 2, N. Y. 1911. Together 5 vols.
Imperial 8vo and 8vo, cloth.
161. CAMPBELL (DOUGLAS). The Puritan in Holland,
England and America. An Introduction to American His-
tory. 2 vols. 8vo, half blue morocco, gilt tops, uncut.
N. Y. 1893
162. CAMPBELL (J. W.). A History of Virginia from
its Discovery till the Year 178 1. With Biographical Sketches
of all the most distinguished characters that occur in the
colonial, revolutionary, or subsequent period of our history.
12mo, original boards (loose as usual), uncut.
Petersburg (Va.): J. W. Campbell, 1813
Scarce. The board covers have the imprint: " Philadelphia,
J. W. Campbell, 1813." No record appears of a copy bearing
both these imprints, and their priority is undetermined; in fact,
they probably were issued simultaneously.
163. CAMPBELL (WILLIAM W.). Annals of Tryon
County; or, the Border Warfare of New- York during the
Revolution. Folding map. 8vo, boards, cloth back, uncut
(foxed, piece torn from margin of title). N. Y. 1831
* FIRST EDITION. Scarce.
164. CANALS. A Brief Exposition of the views of John
L. Sullivan, Esq., who holds .... an exclusive right to
the use of steam tow boats, etc. 8vo, unbound (foxed).
N. Y. 1822
165. CARRINGTON (HENRY B.). Battles of the Ameri-
can Revolution, 1775-1781. Historical and Military Criti-
cism with Topographical Illustration. Maps. Royal 8vo,
cloth. N. Y. 1876
166. CARROLL OF CARROLLTON. The Life of Charles
Carroll of Carrolltou, 1737-1832. With his Correspondence
and Public Papers. By Kate M. Rowland. Portraits and
plates. 2 vols. thick small 8vo, half crimson levant mo-
rocco, gilt, gilt tops, uncut. N. Y. 1898
* LETTER-PRESS EDITION, limited to 750 copies.
EXTRA- ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 59 additional por-
traits and plates and 31 AUTOGRAPH LETTERS, SIGNATURES AND
DOCUMENTS, including 9 check* signed by Carroll of Carrollton ;
A. L. 8. of Richard Caton, husband of Carroll's daughter Mary ;
A. L's. S. of Henry Clay, Philip Barton Key. Robert S. Harper
(Eminent lawyer from South Carolina), Win. Vans Murray
(Federalist Leader from Md ), James Contee (U. S. Senator
from Del.); various bills rendered to Carroll and autograph
letters from different members of the Carroll family.
167. CARSON (HAMPTON L .). The Supreme Court of
the United States: its History; and its Centennial Cele-
bration, Feb. 4, 1890. Etched portraits by Rosenthal &
vols. imperial 8vo, half blue levant morocco, gilt backs,
gilt tops, uncut. Phila* 1891
* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED and extended to 3 vols. by the insertion
of 156 AUTOGRAPH LETTERS and DOCUMENTS, and 92 additional
portraits, comprising autographed material of all but one
(Robert Trimble) of the Justices of the Supreme Court of the
United States, from John Jay to H. B. Brown, with a few of a
later day, each being represented by one or more autograph
letters or signed documents, including historical, financial and
Among the autograph letters are the following: John Jay.
A. N. S., 1800. Indorsement on Bill from James Elliott to
the State of N. Y.; John Rutledge. A. L. S., 3 pp. 1781, re-
garding sale of indigo for the State; also A. L. S., July ll r
1779, to Gen. Lincoln, opinion regarding the parole of the
Commander of the British troops; William Gushing. A. D. S. 7
Bost. 1704, to Gov. Hancock, regarding punishment of Wm.
Milton, a Revolutionary soldier, signed also by David Sewall and
Increase Sumner ; also 2 other A. L 'a. S. ; James Wilson. D. S.,
Bond to Eddy and Bowman, 1786; James Iredell, A. L. S.,
1782, regarding the announcement by the British King of the
Independence of the U. S., and 3 other A. L. 's. S.; Thomas
Johnson, A. N. S., 1786, and A. D. S., 1769; William Patterson.
D. S., and 2 A. N's. S.; Oliver Ellsworth. D. S. 1775, and
A. L. S., 1795; Samuel Chase. D. S., 1807, petition to the
Mayor of Baltimore for erecting a dock ; also A. N. S. ; Bush-
rod Washington. 4 A. L's. S., 1803-26, one referring to Gen.
Washington 's Will and the University to be established in the
District of Columbia; Alfred Monroe. A. L. S., 1790, referring
to affairs in New York and Judge Burke 's indecency to Hamil-
ton; John Marshall. A. L. S. and 3-page Manuscript Charge to
Grand Jury; Brockholst Livingston. 4 A. L's. S., 1793-1810, one
relating to Gen. Hamilton and the claims of Mrs. Hamilton;
also A. L. S. Henry B. Livingston, Madrid (1780), relating
to Spanish intrigues; Gabriel Duvall. A. L. S. to Gen. Dear-
born and 3 A. D's. S. ; Joseph Story. 2 A. L's. S., one to
Bushrod Washington on Circuit Court opinions; John McLean.
4 A. L 's. S. one to Daniel Webster ; ; John M. Wayne. 2 A.
L's. S. ; John Catron. 4 A. L's. S., one on politics referring
to Dallas, Buchanan and Gov. Polk; John McKinley. A. L. S.,
regarding U. S. branch banks; F. V. Daniel. 3 A. L's. S., and
D. S., legal opinion in the case of Mays and N. A. Soc.; Levi
Woodbury. 2 A. L's. S.; S. F. Miller. 4 A. L's. S., to the
Pres. of the U. S., and manuscript draft (13 pp.) Opinion in
the case of Gray vs. Clinton Budge, 1869; E. M. Stanton (Secty.
of War) D. S., 1865, and A. L. S., 1845; Brig.-Gen. Henry
Bennington, Chattanooga, 1863, copy of letter referring to riots
Besides the above, the volume contains letters by Robert H.
Harrison, Wm. Johnson, Thomas Todd (2), Smith Thompson
(2), Henry Baldwin (3), Roger B. Taney (2), Philip P. Bar-
bour (3), Win. Smith, Saml. Nelson (2), B. C. Grier (2),
B. E. Curtis (3), J. A. Campbell, S. B. Chase (3), Nath.
Clifford (3), David Davis (2), S. T. Field, Wm. Strong, J. P.
Bradley (6), Ward Hunt (4), M. E. Waite (12), J. M. Harlan
(3), M. B. Woods (3), Stanley Matthews (5), Horace Gray,
Saml. Blatchford, M. W. Fuller, D. J. Brewer (2), H. B.
Brown (2), George Shiras, H. E. Jackson, E. D. White, E. W.
Peckham (4), Joseph McKenna, W. E. Day, O. W. Holmes and
W. H. Moody, also A. L. S. by the author.
168. CARTER (ROBERT, agent of Lord Fairfax, and
Virginia Statesman). D. S., double folio page. Lancaster
Co., Sept. 22, 1731 (hole in center).
* Deed for 200 acres of land in Stafford Co., Va., in favor of
Robert Carter, Jr. The document is reinforced with a double
sheet of an American newspaper, dated 1756
169. CASS (LEWIS). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to. Washington,
December 27, 1831.
* To Hon. C. E. Dudley, regarding the re-election of General
170. CATALOGUES. First Editions collected by William
H. Arnold. Marion Press, 1903; Catalogue of the valuable
Literary and Art Property of Augustin Daly. Priced.
N. Y, 1900; Catalogue of Library of Frederick W. French.
Bost. 1901; Volume of miscellaneous Catalogues. Together
4 vols. 8vo, cloth and half leather.
171. CATALOGUES. Books and Manuscripts of Brayton
Ives, N. Y. 1891; Collection of Autographs of J. T. Mitchell,
Phila. 1894; Autographs and Documents of Gerald E. Hart,
N. Y. 1895; Catalogue of Books collected by John R. Baker,
Phila. 1891; and others. Together 15 vols., various sizes
172. CATALOGUES of Books, Autographs, and Prints:
including the Holden, Marquand, Stedman, and other Eng-
lish and American Catalogues. Together about 125 pieces,
royal 8vo and smaller, paper.
173. CAXTON CLUB. Joutel's Journal of La Salle's
Last Voyage. A reprint (page for page and line for line) of
the first English translation. Map. 8vo, half vellum, un-
cut. Chicago: The Caxton Club, 1896
* One of 203 copies on hand-made paper.
174. CAXTON CLUB. Phoenixiana. By Capt. George