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Family Histor ies and Genealogies.

Mr. and .Mrs. Edward E. Salisbury of New Haven, Conn., are printing, "privately," and
have nearly completed, a book of "Family Histories and Genealogies" It is not a mere
collection of names and dates, but a book of family history, adding to previous information
many new facts which have been obtained abroad, as Wdll as in this country. The book
will be of great and ever increasing interest to present and future generations of the
families specified, and their allies, and also valuable to genealogists, antiquaries, and his-
torians, in general. The work comprises monographs on the families of McCurdy, Mitch-
el,Lord, Lynde, Digby, Newdigate, Willoughby, Griswold, Wolcott, Pitkin, Ogden, John,
son, Diodati, Lee and Marvin; with notes, more or less full, on the families of Buchanan
Parmelee, Boardman, Lay, Hoo, Locke, Cole, DeWolf, Drake,Bond, -Swayne, Dunbar, and
Clarke. The text, indexes, and armorial bearings, accompanied by thirty one large folded
pedigree charts, on bond paper, will be in three volumes, large 4to. The edition is of three
hundred copies, of which nearly two-thirds have been sold or otherwise appropriated. Mr.
Salisbury offers also the remaining copies of his "Family Memorials", privately printed in
18S5, in two 4to volumes at $10 for each volume. This work consists of biographical and
genealogical monographs on the families of Salisbury, Aldworth, Elbridge, Sewall
Pyldren-Drummer, Walley, Quincy, Gookin, Wendell, Chevalier, Anderson and Phillips,
with fifteen chart pedigree and armorial bearings. Mr. and Mrs. Salisbury will give
furtherinformation, on application.



The Descendants of Robert Ware



OF DEDHAM, Mabs., with Wills, Fac-similes, Signatures, Ac, &c. In-
termarriages are with the families of Man, Fisher, Metcalf, Wright,
and other early settlers of Dedham and vicinity. Price, $1.25.

Address

MISS EMMA F. WARE,'

Milton, Mass.

A Family Genealogical Record.

CONTAINS blanks for the registration of ten generations of ancestors.

The plan is simple and clear. Page 1 gives the parents and grand-

pai'ents; of the other pages two are divided to each great grand-parent,

whose ancestors are thus placed before the eye at one view. Cloth, $1.25

WILLIAM B CLARKE, & CO.,

340 Wasliington Street, Boston.

Cktklogue ^^o 31,

Now ready, has the usual variety of '^out-of-the-way"
hooks, pamphlets, etc.

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Bookseller and News Dealer, 34 Hxl ROW, ^BW ^Ofk City.

Joseph McDonough,

53 & 55 State Street, Albany, N. Y.^

Dealer in rare and fine Second Hand Books, embracing American History, Biography,
Theology, Science and General Literature. The stock is one of the largest in the state.
Students and collectors of literature pertaining to New England will find ihat I can sup-
ply many of their wants. I have an immense stock of American and Foreign Maga-
xinee, Reviews, Newspapers, Pamphlets, Government Reports, etc., and can supply them
at low prices. Catalogues are constantly in prepaiatiou, which are mailed free on ap-
,pIication. Number 69 is Just issued.



Rhode Island Historical and Genealogical Research.

The undersigned havinj:; devoted tlie past ten years to the study of the
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R. H. TILLKY,

Librarian Historical Society.

New]iort, R. I.

f l)f postflii Coninumiufflltl),

A Weekly Journal, established in 1862, is now conducted by an aesociation of gentlemen
connected with the
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D.,and Mr. Kkedeuick E (iooDKiCH.
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HOSTON, MASS.



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OF ALL nations.



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SPECI.ALTY IS AMERICAN REVOLUTION. SIGNERS OF
DECLAUATION OF INDEPENDEN(;E AND THE CON-
TIXEN'IAL CONGRESS.

WALTER R. BENJAMIN,

28 West 23d St., N. Y. City,
Publisher Of THE COLLECTOR,

A monthly bulletin for Antooriai)h Collectors. Send for sample copy.



Engravings



FOR TEE

Largest list ever published of Engravings on steel (over 300
are military portraits), suitable for illustrators and
collectors of Americana, please send for cata-
logue to

J. C. BUTTRE, 32 Cortlandt St, New York.



ESTABLISHED I86S.

HENRY WHEATLAND, EBEN PUTNAM,

President. Treas. and Manager.



THE

PUBLISHERS, BOOKSELLERS, PRINTERS AND BINDERS,

No. 200 Derby Street, .... Salem, Mass.



¥E offer exceptional opportunities to Genealogists nnd
others for the printing or publishing of their works.

No other house does Genealogical and Scientific work
equal to ours.



THE



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Publisl^ed Quarterly, . . , , $1.50 per anpunr?,

Send for Specimen Copy.



E also offer exceptional opportunities for the searching
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1 Come, and take choice ol .ill my library, and so ix:^;uil'' tliy sorrow. - liliis .ini/roiii. i/s, . /..' // '. .S'.-. /,



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What
is

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■ 'eon lookiiiT over the
> nv volumes witn her.rty sat-
factic n. I'he grert woik is
iniirably done, 'the plan and
tecution seems to lae desei"v-
g o! unquali ed praise. A
leatli of t»ie New World blows
irough it— John G. Whit-

lEU.

The selections have been
ad: with excellent judgment,
Hi the editorial work has been
liiirably done. The book
ill ,e of great service to the
udent of American history
id .American Liter- ture. —
rof. John P\SKii,oiHai~ard
hih':rsHy.

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le success, and the general
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lA. A).— United^ S/at^s Com
missioncr of Education.



I am exceedingly gratified
with the work.— Col. T. W.

HlGGlNSON.

It is by far the finest anthol-
ogy from our literature that
ever has been made, and one
well suited to cherish patiiotic
feeling and the love of leters in
our leaple.

I wish there was a copy in
every home and school lil)rary
of our state.— R. E. Thomp-
son, Prof, of History and
Ensrlish Literature, Vniversi-
ty Pennsylvania.



TIC are primary and essential. Kf-Fint^ment, Culture and Polish are
Travel, Association with the educated, and Acquaintance with



Th8 Library of American Literature is tlie Wasiiington Monument of American Letters.



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The New Model Hall Typewriter.

A Perfect Machine Writing 82 Characters.

REMODELED AND IMPROVED.
GOOD MANIFOLDER.

The Best Standard Typewriter in the World.

Inexpensive, Portable, No Ink Ribbon, Interchangeable
ype in all Languages, Easiest to learn and rapid as any.

AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.

AVarranted as Represented.

This Machine is Everybody's Friend. j jl

veryLody should have their writing done on the Typewriter.! >:
[ It always insures the most prompt attention. .Address

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The Descendants of Robert Ware



OF DEDHAM, Mass., with Wills, Fac-similes, Signatures, <&c., &c. In-
termarriages are with the families of Man, Fisher, Metcalf, Wright,
and other early settlers of Dedliam and vicinity. Price, $1.25.

Addre.s.s

MISS EMMA F. WAKE,

Milton, Mass.

A Family Genealogical Record.

CONTAINS blanks for the registration of ten generations of ancestors.
The plan is simple and clear. Page 1 gives the parents and grand-
parents; of the other pages two are divided to each great grand-parent,
whose ancestors are thus placed before the eye at one view. Cloth, $1.25

WILLIAM B. CLARKE, & CO.,

•UO Washington Street, Boston.

Cktklogiie Ko 31.

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Catalogue No. 33 in immediate prospect.

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Joseph McDonough,

53 & 55 State Streht, .\lbany. N. Y.^

I)e;iler in lare and fine .Second Hand Books, embracing American History, Biography,
Tlieology, Science and General Literature 'i'he stock is one of the largest in the state.
Students and collectors of literature pertaining to New Enttland will find that I can sup-
ply many of their wants. I have an immense srock of American and Foreign Maga-
zines, Reviews, Newspapers, Pamphlets, Government Reports, etc., and can supply them
at low pricBH. Catalogues are constantly in prepaiation, which are mailed free on ap-
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