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184. CHANDLER (PELEG W.). American Criminal
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28, 1841, to E. Shillaber, concerning a portrait for this work.

185. CHASE (GEORGE B.). Lowndes of South Caro-
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186. CHASE (HON. SAMUEL). Report of the Trial of
the Hon. Samuel Chase. 8vo, half sheep (worn and name
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187. CHASE (SALMON P.). A. L. S., 1 p. 12mo, March
17, 1869 ; 4 portraits on steel. Together 5 pieces.

188. CHASTELLUX (MARQUIS DE). Travels in North
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189. CHAUNCEY (COMMODORE ISAAC). L. S., 2 pp.
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Joseph J. Nicholson to the command of one of the smaller
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days after the keel was laid, and the corvette "Madison" was
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was cut.

190. [CHEETHAM (JAMES).] A Narrative of the Sup-
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of John Adams . . . written by John Wood. A Biography
of Thomas Jefferson and of Gen. Hamilton: with Strictures
on the Conduct of John Adams and the Character of Gen.
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top, by Stikeman. N. Y. 1802

191. CIVIL WAR. Report of the Committee on the
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Wash. 1863-66

192. CIVIL WAR. Draft of a decision from the Depart-
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Addressed to the President [Jefferson Davis], and begin-
ning: '* I have the honor to acknowledge the letter of General
Bragg, submitting to me, by your direction, an inquiry as to
the legal status of certain general officers. George Davis,
Atty. General."

193. CIVIL WAR. Patterson (Robert). A Narrative of
the Campaign in the Valley of ^the Shenandoah, in 1861.
Map. 8vo, cloth. Phila. 1865

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194. CIVIL WAR. Official Army Register of the Volun-
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195. CIVIL WAR. Battles and Leaders of the Civil War.
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uncut, N. Y. : The Century Co. [1887]

196. CIVIL WAR. Caricatures, Pertaining to the Civil
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them in sheets from 1856 to 1872, and now for the first time
published in Book Form. Numerous full-page plates. Ob-
long 8vo, crimson morocco. N. Y. 1892

197. CIVIL WAR. The Lost Cause (Pollard), N.Y. 1890;
The Southern States since the War (Somers), Lond. 1871;
My Cave Life in Vicksburg. N. Y. 1864. Together 3 vols.
8vo and 12mo, cloth.

198. CLAIBORNE (WILLIAM C. C.). D. S., 1 p. folio.

New Orleans, July 29, 1813
* First Governor of Mississippi.

199. CLARK (GEN. GEORGE ROGERS, Revolution-
ary soldier). A. L. S., 1 p. folio. [Sept. 3, 1791.] To Dr.
Hall, in regard to a dispute. 3 woodcuts. Together 4 pieces.

200. CLARK (JOHN B., Confederate Senator from Mis-
souri). A. L. S., 7 pp. 4to, Richmond, Jan. 12, 1863. To
Gov. Thos. C Rej'nolds. Interesting description of the
work done by the Confederate Congress at this time; 2
signatures of his sou Gen. John B. Clark, Jr.

201. CLARK (JOSHUA V. H.). Onondaga; or Remin-
iscences of Earlier and Later Times: being a Series of His-
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several Towns in the County, and Oswego. Folding maps,
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Syracuse, 1849

202. CLARKE (MRS. MARY ANN). Authentic Memoirs
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calf, gilt back and top, uncut, by Riviere. Lond., n. d.

203. CLARKSON (THOMAS S.). A Biographical His-
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dixl reproductions of portraits. FIRST EDITION. 8vo, cloth,
gilt edges. Clermont, N. Y., 1869

204. CLAY (CASSIUS M., Minister to Russia, 1862 and
1863-69). A. N. S., 1891: " The abolition of Slavery has
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tion signed ; 4 portraits. Together 7 pieces



205. CLAY (HENRY). A. L. S., 1 p. 4to. Ashland, May
15, 1847. To George Stone, thanking him for his condol-
ences on the occasion of the death of his son, who was killed
at the battle of Buena Vista; A. L. S. by Henry Clay, Jr.
October, 1833; 3 portraits. Together 5 pieces.

206. CLAY (HENRY). L. S., 3 pp. 4to, Newport, Aug.
14, 1850. Giving an account of the failure of the Senate to
pass the Compromise Bill. Accompanied by a letter signed by
over 100 men of prominence from all over the United States,
asking that the bill be again presented. Portrait. 3 pieces.

*Mr. Clay closes his letter: "But. gentlemen, whatever may
be the result at Washington, let us cling, with ardent fidelity,
to that Union, which we have inherited from our ancestors; and
let us firmly resolve to stand by, support and maintain it,
against all efforts to destroy it, whether made in the form of
forcible resistance, or in exercise of any pretended right of
secession."

207. CLAYTON (JOSHUA, Pres. of Delaware). A. L. S.,
1 p. folio, May 12, 1790. To Eleazer McComb, in regard to
the effort to obtain credit for the State with the United
States government for the requisitions of, and payments to,
Gen. Washington's Army.

208 CLEAVELAND (NEHEMIAH) AND PACKARD
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Sketches of Graduates. Engraved portraits. 8vo, cloth.

Bost. 1882

209. [CLEIG (GEORGE R.).] Campaigns of the British
Army at Washington and New Orleans, 1814-1815. 12mo,
boards, uncut (rebacked). Lond. 1827

210. CLEMENS (SAMUEL L.). Sketches by Mark
Twain. Now First Published in Complete Form. 12mo,
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*The very scarce pirated edition, printed by Donahue &
Henneberry, and bearing the date of 1881 on the reverse of
title-page. The Preface states: " I have scattered through this
volume a mass of matter which has never been in print before,"
etc.

ON THE FLY-LEAF IS AN AUTOGRAPH INSCRIPTION, reading:

" Pirated edition, I suppose. Mark Twain."

211. CLEMENS (SAMUEL L.). The Writings of Mark
Twain. Portraits and illustrations on India paper. 25 vols.
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to his writings.

212. CLEMENS (SAMUEL L.). Mark Twain's Birth-
day. Report of the Celebration of the Sixty-Seventh thereof
at the Metropolitan Club, New York, November 28th, 1902.
Portraits and facsimile. 8vo, boards, gilt top, uncut, in a
.board case. N. Y. 1903

* With the above is a copy of the souvenir given to each
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his handwriting: "Mr. Adrian Joline, with the best compli-
ments of Mark Twain."

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213. CLEMENS (SAMUEL L.). A. L. S., 2 pp. 16mo,
Hartford, Wednesday, n. d., to Bayard Taylor, asking him
to speak or read one of his poems before a Girls' Club.
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214. CLEVELAND (GROVER). A. L. S., 1 p. 12mo.
New York, May 15, 1891. To Mr. Ottendorfer, on social
matters.

215. CLINTON (DE WITT, Gov. of N. Y.). L. S., 1 page,
4to, Albany, April 19, 1811. To Jabez D. Hammond, on a
law case; A. L. S., 1 page, 4to, Albany, Jan. 1, 1823. To
Joseph D. Fay, concerning an application for a pardon.
Together 2 pieces.

216. CLINTON (DE WITT). Tribute to the Memory of
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the Proceedings of the New- York Legislature. By [Cuyler
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217. CLINTON (DE WITT). The Life and Writings of
De Witt Clinton. By William W. Campbell. Portrait.
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218. CODMAN (JOHN, 2ND). Arnold's Expedition to
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219. COFFIN (CHARLES). The Lives and Services of
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born. 12mo, cloth. N. Y. 1845

220. COGHLAN (MARGARET). Memoirs of Mrs. Cogh-
lan (Daughter of the late Major Moncrieffe), written by
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American and present French War. 12mo, boards, uncut.

N. Y. 1795

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221. COLDEN (CADWALLADER D.). Memoir, pre-
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the City, at the Celebration of the Completion of the New
York Canals. With Appendix and Narrative of the Fes-
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" On the 9th of October the first Canal Boat will pass into the
Hudson at this place. . . . Your signal services in initiating
and promoting our great system of internal navigation will be
remembered to your honor when we are no more." Among the
fine portraits by Durand are those of Golden, Philip Howe,
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condition.

222. COLE (DAVID). History of Rockland County,
N. Y., with Biographical Sketches of its Prominent Men.
Numerous portraits. 4to, half leather (rubbed) gilt edges.

N. Y. 1884

223. COLONIAL AND REVOLUTIONARY RELICS.
Official Descriptive Catalogue of. Now in Possession of
the Citizens of New Jersey. Royal 8vo, boards, cloth back,
uncut. Trenton, 1898

224. COLTON (CALVIN). The Life and Times of Henry
Clay. Portrait and plate. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth (bindings
worn). N. Y. 1846

* A. L. S. of author inserted.

225. COLUMBIA COUNTY, N. Y. History of Columbia
County, with Biographical Sketches. Illustrated. 4to. half
morocco (rubbed), gilt edges. Phila. 1878

226. CONFEDERATE. Fremantle (Lieut. -Col.). Three
Months in the Southern States, April, June, 1863. 8vo,
half roan, original wall paper wrappers bound in.

* Fine copy. Scarce. Mobile, 1864

227. CONFEDERATE. Portraits of Generals of the Con-
federate States Army. With brief military records. India
proofs. Folio. 54 portraits, in half morocco case.

228. CONFEDERATE. Portraits of Generals of the Con-
federate States Army. India proofs. Folio. 114 portraits
in cloth case.

* A. L. S. of John B. Palmer to Gen. Bragg, with reference
to movement of troops and supplies, laid in.

229. CONGRESS. Fortieth Congress of the United States
(Barnes), 2 vols. N. Y. 1871; The Covode Investigation.
Wash. 1860; Electoral of 1877. Wash. 1877; and others.
Together 35 vols., various sizes and bindings.

230. CONTINENTAL CONGRESS. Journals of Con-
gress. Containing the Proceedings from Sept. 5, 1774, to
Jan. 1, 1776. Published by Order of Congress. 8vo, orig-
inal boards (back missing), uncut. Phila. 1777

* Very fine uncut copy of this rare first journal of Congress.
With the autograph of Samuel Lymans, state Senator of
Massachusetts, on page 1.

231. COOPER (J. FENIMORE). A Letter to His Coun-
trymen. FIRST EDITION. 8vo, cloth and boards (foxed and
few margins stained). N. Y. 1834

232. [COOPER (JAMES FENIMORE).] The Chronicles
of Cooperstown. Frontispiece. 16mo, half roan.

Cooperstown, 1838
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233. COOPER (J. FENIMORE). The History of the
Navy of the United States of America. Portrait and map.
2 vols. in 4, 8vo, blue levant morocco, gilt backs, emblem-
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Loud. : Bentley, 1839

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many of the most noted Naval Engagements between the
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Sherburne in the Island of Nantucket, and many other inter-
esting portraits and views.

234. COOPER (JAMES FENIMORE). A. L. S., 1 page,
4to, Otsego Hall, Cooperstown, Dec. 25, 1847, to a little girl
acquaintance. Fine letter. With 2 portraits. All inlaid
to 4to. 3 pieces.

235. COOPER (JAMES FENIMORE). Portion of the
ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT of " Oak Openings," as printed on
pp. 249-250 of the Townsend Edition. I page, 4to, with
portrait. Both inlaid to 4to. 2 pieces.

236. COOPER (J. FENIMORE). The Home of Cooper
and the Haunts of Leatherstocking (Robert B. Coffin),
1872; Another copy with photographic plates; 24 engrav-
ings to illustrate the works of Cooper, by Johannet. 3 vols.
8vo, cloth and wrappers.

237. CORNELL (EZRA, Founder of the University).
A. L. S., 1 page, 8vo. Ithaca, Nov. 2, 1869. To Joel Mun-
sell, regarding a copy of " Dean's Civilization."

238. COSBY (WILLIAM, Governor of Provinces of New
York and New Jersey, 1731-36). D. S., 1 p. folio. October
14, 1734. Legal document, signed by Cosby as Governor.

* VERY SCARCE.

239. COTTLE (JOSEPH). Reminiscences of Samuel Tay-
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* EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED by the insertion of 49 engraved porraits.

240. COUES (ELLIOTT). History of the Expedition
under the Command of Lewis and Clark, to the Sources of
the Missouri River, thence across the Rock}' Mountains
and down the Columbia River to the Pacific Ocean, 1804-'06.
New Edition. Portraits, maps and illustrations. 4 vols. 8vo,
cloth, uncut. N. Y. 1893

* Inserted is an N. S., 1801, Order for Capt. Lewis's wages,
signed by THOMAS JEFFERSON (once with initials), and receipted
for on back by Meriwether Lewis; an A. N. S. by (Capt.) Meri-
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241. COUES (ELLIOTT). New Light on the Early History
of the Greater Northwest. The Manuscript Journals of
Alexander Henry and of David Thompson, 1799-1814. Por-
trait and extra maps. 3 vols. (including index and maps)
8vo, cloth, uncut. N. Y. 1897

242. [COXE (TENCH).] An Enquiry into the Principles
on which a Commercial System for the United States of
America should be Founded. 8vo, buckram.

[Phila.] Robert Aitken, 1787

243. COX (SAMUEL S.). Memorial Eulogies Delivered
in the House of Representatives of the United States.
Frontispiece. Royal Svo, half blue levant morocco, gilt
top, uncut, by Stikeman (embossed stamp on title and
scratch on binding). Wash. 1883

* A. L. S. of S. S. Cox inserted.

244. CREIGH (ALFRED). History of Washington County
(Pa.), from its settlement to the present time. Svo, cloth.

Harrisburg, 1871

* Contains an Account of the Whiskey Insurrection, Indian
Warfare, etc.

245. CRIMMINS (JOHN D.). Irish- American Historical
Miscellany. Relating Largely to New York City and
Vicinity. Portrait. Svo, cloth. N. Y. 1905

* Presentation inscription by the Author, with an A. L. S. by
him laid in.

246. CRITTENDEN (JOHN J.). The Life of John J.
Crittenden, with Selections from His Correspondence and
Speeches. Edited by his daughter, Mrs. Chapman Coleman.
Portraits. 2 vols. Svo, cloth. Phila. 1871

* Interesting A. L. S. of John J. Crittenden to Samuel Wil-
son, inserted.

247. CROCKETT (DAVID, Frontiersman and States-
man). A. L. S , 2 pp. 4to, Wash., March 25, 1834. Portrait
engraved by A. B. Durand, and others. 7 pieces.

*To Gary & Hart, his publishers, in regard to his " Narrative
of the Life of Crockett" and asking for an advance, as "an
election costs a man a great deal in my country."

248. CRUGER (JOHN, Mayor of N. Y.). D. S., 1 p.
folio, N. Y. , Nov. 9th, 1759. Signed as witness to an ex-
amination against a man for " riot and carting." Signed
also by Henry Van der Water, Peter Mesier, Henry Cuyler,
Jr., Francis Filkin, and others. With 2 portraits. 3 pieces.

249. CULLUM (GEN. GEORGE W.). Biographical Reg-
ister of the Officers and Graduates of the U. S. Military
Academy, at West Point, N. Y. 2 vols. Svo, cloth.

N. Y. 1868

250. CURIOUS. Memoir of the Northern Kingdom, writ-
ten A. D. 1872. By the late Rev. Williamson Jahnsenykes.
12mo, unbound. Now first published Quebeck, A.D. 1901

* This curious pamphlet was published about 1805, and is a
forecast of the next hundred years.

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251. CURTIS (GEORGE T.). History of the Origin,
Formation, and Adoption of the Constitution of the United
States; with Notices of Its Principal Fraraers. 2 vols. >>vo,
cloth. N. Y. 1854-8

252. CURTIS (GEORGE TICKNOR). A. L S., 9 pp. 4to,
New York, March 10, 1872.

* To Governor Hoffman, on political matters. A very inter-
esting letter on N. Y. political and financial conditions.

253. [CURTIS (GEORGE W.).] The Potiphar Papers.
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green polished morocco, gilt top. N. Y. 1853

* With A. N. S. of the author. N. Y., Oct. 17, 1856. inserted.

254. CURTIS (GEORGE WILLIAM). A. L. S. 2 pp.
12mo, Newport, Aug. 3, 1855, accepting an invitation to
lecture. With 2 portraits. All inlaid to 4 to. Together 3
pieces.

255. CUSHING (WILLIAM). Initials and Pseudonyms;
a Dictionary of literary Disguises. First and Second Series.
Large 8vo, cloth. N. Y., n. d.

256. DALY (CHARLES P.). First Theatre in America;
an Inquiry. Portrait and facsimile of play -bill. 8vo, half
crimson levant morocco, gilt top, uncut.

N. Y. : The Duulap Soc., 1896

* Only 260 copies printed.

257. DANA (MRS. WILLIAM S.). According to the
Seasons; Talks about Flowers. 9 delicately colored floral
water-color sketches on margins. 16 mo, green polished mo-
rocco, gilt back, gilt borders, gilt top, uncut, by Blaekwell.

N. Y. 1894

258. [DANA (RICHARD HENRY).] Two Years before
the Mast. A Personal Narrative of Life at Sea. FIRST
EDITION. IHmo, black cloth. N. Y. 1840

259. DANA (RICHARD H.). A. L. S., 1 p. 8vo, Apr.
5, 1849, to Bayard Taylor, commenting on his fame. With
Portrait. Both inlaid to 4to. 2 pieces.

260. DANA (R. H.). Richard Henry Dana: a Biogra-
phy. By C. F. Adams. Portraits. 2 vols. 12mo, cloth,
gilt tops. Bost. 1891

* With 1-page A.. L. S. of R. H. Dana [Jr.], inserted, dated 1808.

261. DARBY (WILLIAM). A Tour from the City of
New York to Detroit in the Michigan Territory. 8 maps.
8vo, half calf. N. Y. 1819

262. DAVIDSON (ALEXANDER) AND STUV (BER-
NARD). A Complete History of Illinois from 1673 to 1873.
Thick 8vo, half sheep (worn). Springfield, 1877

263. DAVIS (GHERARDI). Regimental Colors in the
War of the Revolution. Numerous full page plates, one
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N. Y. : Privately Printed, 1907

*Only 125 copies printed. Presentation inscription by the
Author on title. Laid in is an A. L. S. of the Author.
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264. DAVIS (GHERARDI). Regimental Colors in the
War of the Revolution. Supplement 1910. Illustrations,
some colored. 4to, wrappers, uncut.

N. Y. : Privately Printed, 1910

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printed.

r 265. DAVIS (JEFFERSON, President of the Southern
Confederacy). A. L. S. , 3 pp. 4to, New Orleans, Novem-
ber 30, 1846; Document signed by R. J. Walker, Feb., 1864.
(2 pieces.)

* Fine letter to Hon. R. J. Walker, regarding the Mexican
War, and reading in part: "I believe that the establishment of
a line of posts along the Sierra Madre, resting on the Gulf of
Mexico at Tampico, and the Pacific at any favorable point,
with operations to sieze and occupy the entreports of their com-
merce, would immediately bring us offers of negociation," etc.

266. DAVIS (JEFFERSON). The Rise and Fall of the
Confederate Government. Folding maps, views and nu-
merous portraits. 2 vols. thick 8vo, half brown morocco



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