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5886. WILLIAMS, J. C. The History and Map of Danby,

Vermont. Rutland, Vt. : McLean & Robbins. 1869.
8vo, pp 393.*

Contains genealogies.

Sold: Manson, 1899, i.oo; Cable, 1882, 2.50; Cable, 1883,
2.12; M. D. Oilman, 1884, i.oo; Guild, 1887, i.oo; Hay-
den, 1907, i.io.

5887. WILLIAMS, JOSEPH. Narrative of a Tour from the

.State of Indiana to the Oregon Territory in the Years
1841-1842. Cincinnati: 1843. 8vo.

Sold: Henkels, 1905, 8.00.

5888. WILLIAMS, J. FLETCHER. The Early History of St.

Paul. Being a Short Sketch prepared for Bailey's St.
Paul Directory, Edition of 1867, from Material collected
for a more Extensive Work on the Subject to be issued
in a few Months. N. p., 1867. 8vo, pp. 12.*

Sold: Field, 1875, 25 cts. ; Hayden, 1907, 50 cts.
See also E. D. Neill.

5889. . A History of the City of St. Paul, and of the

County of Ramsey, Minnesota. Collections of the Min-
nesota Historical Society, Vol 4. St. Paul : Publ. by the
Society. 1876. 8vo, pp. 475.*

Frontispiece of Alex. Ramsey. See also E. D. Neill and J. F.
Williams.

Sold: Cable, 1882, 1.63; M. D. Gilman, 1884, i.oo; Bour-
quin, 1894, 60 cts.; Cooke, 1883 (2 cop.), i.oo.

5890. WILLIAMS, J. L. Historical Sketch of the First Presby-

terian Church, Fort Wayne, Indiana. With Early
Reminiscences of the Place. Read before the Congre-
gation October 16, 1881. The Semi-Centennial of its
Organization. Fort Wayne: Daily News, Pr. N. d.
8vo, pp. 28.*



328 WILLIAMS.

5891. WILLIAMS, JOHN LEE. A View of West Florida,
embracing its Geography, Topography, &c., with an
Appendix treating of its Antiquities, Land Titles, and
Canals and containing a Map exhibiting a Chart of the
Coast, A Plan of Pensacola, and the Entrance of the
Harbour. Philadelphia: Printed by H. S. Tanner and
the Author. 1827. 8vo, pp. 178. Map. Plan.*

Sold: Brinley, 1881, 1.50; Dunbar, 1892, bds, unct, 5.00;
Bushnell, 1883, bds, unct, 2.25; Parker, 1859; hlf mo,
1.37; Henkels, 1903, bds, 2.75; Guild, 1887, kds, unct,
2.50; Henkels, 1899, 3.25 ; Bangs, 1903, hlf mo, 3.50; Hen-
kels, 1905, bds, unct, name on title, 4.00.

5892. . The Territory of Florida : or Sketches of the

Topography, Civil and Natural History, of the Country,
the Climate, and the Indian Tribes, from the First Dis-
covery to the Present Time. With a Portrait of Os-
ceola, Map, Views, c. New York : A. T. Goodrich.
1837. 8vo, pp. vi, 300.*

Sold: Brinley, 1881, 2.25; Henkels, 1900, 2.50; Cooley,
1866, 1.50; Parker, 1859, 1.25; Dunbar, 1892, hlf mo,
4.25; Br. Ives, 1891, 4.00; Henkels, 1902, lacks map,
10.00 ; Field, 1875; 3.50; Bangs, 1900, half elf, 9.00;
Bangs, 1901, 4.25; Anderson, 1904, shp, 3.75.

5893. WILLIAMS, JOHN S. History of the Invasion and

Captiire of Washington, and of the Events which pre-
ceded and followed. (With appendices.) New York:
Harper & Bros. 1857. I2mo, pp. 371. I map.

Sold: Woodward, 1869, 50 cts. ; Field, 1875, 60 cts; Bar-
low, 1890, 75 cts.

5894. WILLIAMS, JOSEPH S. Old Times in West Tennes-

see. Reminiscences Semi-Historic of Pioneer Life
and the Early Emigrant Settlers in the Big Hatchie
Country. By a Descendent of One of the First Settlers.
Memphis, Tenn.: W. G. Cheeney, Pr. and Publ. 1873.
I2mo, pp. 295.*

Sold: Bourquin, 1894, 60 cts.; Cable, 1882, 1.37.



V,')LLIAMS. 329

5895. WILLIAMS^ MEADE C. Early Macinac: "The Fairy

Island." A Sketch. Name. Indian Legends, Indian
Character. French, English and American Flags. Old
Fort. Military History, and War of 1812. Fur Trade.
Early Village Life. Christian Missions and Churches.
Natural Attractions, Antiquities. St. Louis, Mo. : Busch-
art Bros. (1897.) 8vo, pp. in. Illustrated.*

5896. WILLIAMS, N. W. Address delivered at Buxton, Me.,

being the first centennial celebration of the settlement
of this town. Portland. 1850. 8vo, pp. 34.

Sold: Manson, 1899, red. mo, git, unct, 2.25.

5897. WILLIAMS, OTHNIEL S. The Early History of Clin-

ton. A Lecture delivered before the Young Men's Ly-
ceum of Clinton. Clinton (New York) : L. W. Payne.
1848. 8vo, pp. 28.*

5898. WILLIAMS, SAMUEL. The Natural and Civil History

of Vermont. By Samuel Williams, LL.D. Member of
the Meteorological Society in Germany, of the Philo-
sophical Society in Philadelphia, and of the Academy
of Arts and Sciences in Massachusetts. Published ac-
cording to Act of Congress. Printed at Walpole, New
Hampshire, by Isaiah Thomas and David Carlisle, Jun.
Sold at their Bookstore in Walpole, and by said Thomas
at his Bookstore in Worcester. 1794. 8vo, pp. 416.
Large Map.*

Sold: De Witt Clinton's copy and bookplate, shp, Bangs,
1895, 7.75 ; Murphy, 1884, 2.00 ; Brevoort, 1890, shp,
1.50; Fisher, 1866, hlf mo, with map, 1.50; Woodward,
1869, 62 cts. ; M. D. Oilman, 1884, shp, 1.62; Brinley,
1879. 1.25; Barlow, 1890, elf, 6.00; Leonard, 1875, 2.00;
Randall, 1901, 1.60; W T est, 1889, shp, 2.25; Cable, 1882,
i.io; Manson, 1899, 1.75; Cable, 1883, 50 cts.; S. L.
Boardman, 1883, 62 cts.; Menzies, 1876, hlf mo, 3.00;
Bourquin, 1894, i.oo; Bourquin, 1894, 80 cts.; Shurt-
leff, 1875, 1.25; Field, 1875, 25 cts.; Guild, 1887, 1.25;
Conland, 1904, hlf elf, map laid in, 3.00; Manson, 1904,
hlf mo, gilt, 27 extra plates inserted, 20.00.

5899. . The Natural and Civil History of Vermont. By

Samuel Williams, LL.D. Member, &c. (Same title.)



33 WILLIAMS.

In Two Volumes. The Second Edition, corrected and
much enlarged. Burlington, Vt. : Printed by Samuel
Mills. Sold at his Bookstore in Burlington, by Mills
& White, Middlebury, Isaiah Thomas, Jun. Worcester,
Thomas & Andrews. Boston, Thomas & Whipple.
and S. Sawyer & Co. Newburyport. 1809. 8vo,
pp. 515, 488. Map.

Sold: Brinley, 1879, 4.00; Brinley, 1893, 7.00; Bangs, Mer-
win, 1865, 3.00; Balcom, 1901, 4.50; Bell, 1895, 3.00;
Libbie, 1897, shp, 4.10; Brevoort, 1890, 80 cts. ; Olcott,
1901, i.oo; Waterbury, 1895, 2.50; Bushnell, 1883, hlf
elf, git, 3.50; Barlow, 1890, minus map, 5.00; Manson,
1899, 3.25; Henkels, 1900, 5.50; Child, 1882, 2.75; Cable,
1882, 4.25 ; Bourquin, 1894, 1.80; Bourquin, 1894, 80 cts. ;
Cooke, 1883, shp, 1.50; Proud, 1903, 3.00; Deane, 1898,
2.50; Field, 1885, 1.12; Miller & Bancker, 1898, 3.00;
Libbie, 1899, 3.25 ; Hale, 1905, shp, 4.00.

5900. WILLIAMS, SOLOMON. Historical Sketch of North-

ampton, Mass., from its First Settlement, in a Sermon
delivered on the National Thanksgiving, April 13, 1815.
Northampton. 1815. 8vo, pp. 24.

Sold: Balcom, 1901, 62 cts.; Woodward, 1869, 1.50; Man-
son, 1899, 40 cts.

5901. WILLIAMS, STEPHEN W. Biographical Memoir of

Rev. John Williams, first Minister of Deerfield, with a
slight Sketch of Ancient Deerfield and an Account of
the Indian Wars in that Place and Vicinity, with an
Appendix containing the Journal of Rev. Doctor Ste-
phen Williams, of Longmeadow, during his Captivity,
and other Papers relating to the Early Indian Wars in
Deerfield. Greenfield. 1837. I2mo.

Sold: Manson, 1899, 2.50.

5902. WILLIAMS, STILES. Chronology of the Wyoming

Valley. Wilkesbarre. 1875. i8mo pp. 19.

5903. WILLIAMS, THOMAS. A Historical Sermon on the

Conclusion of the Second Century from the Settlement



WILLIAMSON. 331

of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Planta-
tions. Providence : Knowles, Vose & Co. 1837. 8vo,
pp. 32.

5904. WILLIAMS, WALTER. The State of Missouri. An

Autobiography, Edited for M. T. Davis, F. J. Moss,
B. H. Bonfoey, W. H. Marshall, J. H. Hawthorne, J. O.
Allison, L. F. Parker, N. H. Gentry, D. P. Stroup, The
Missouri Commission to the Louisiana Purchase Expo-
sition. (Columbia, Mo.) 1904. 4to, pp. 7, 608.*

Profusely illustrated. Frontispiece proclamation of James
Monroe Admitting Missouri to Union. Folding colored maps,
woodcuts in text. Devoted to history, chronology, politics, climate,
Geology, Agriculture, Horticulture, Farming, Manufacturing, Mining,
Education, Religion, Flora and Fauna, the Cities, and the counties
by chapters.

"Eighty thousand copies, in all, were printed, at a cost of
$53,614.93." W. C. Brcckcnridge.

5905. WILLIAMS, W. W. History of the Town of Rochester,

Vt. Published by Order of the Town. Montpelier, Vl. :
Eli Ballou, Book and Job Printer. 1869. I2tno, pp.
iv, 92.*

Sold: Manson, 1899, 2.00; Conland, 1904, cl, 3.00; Hay-
den, 1907, i.io.

5906. . History of Ashtabula County, Ohio, with Illus-
trations and Biographical Sketches of its Pioneers and
most Prominent Men. Philadelphia. 1878. Roy. 4to,
pp. 256. Portraits and Plates.

5907. WILLIAMSON, CHARLES (COL.). Description | of

the | Genesee Country, | its Rapidly Progressive | Popu-
lation and Improvements : | In a Series of Letters J
From a Gentleman to his Friend. | Albany : | Printed
by Loring Andrews & Co. | 1798. Sm. 4to, pp. 37.*
Frontispiece : Folding copperplate view of Fort Oswego.
Folding map : Ontario and Steuben Counties. Paper
covers.

Col. Charles Williamson was proprietor of Fall Township No.
I. The first 1898 edition bears no name on title page.

Sold: Brinley, 1880, levt, mo, extra, by Bedford, 2 maps,
view of Oswego, 2 views of Genesee River inserted,



33 2 WILLIAMSON.

autographs of Nath. Gorham and Oliver Phelps, 24.00;
same sale, 2 maps and view of Fort Oswego, hlf gr mo,
16.00; Henkels, 1899, stamp on title, 3.25; Bangs, 1902,
orig pap cover, 21.50.

5908. . Description of the Settlement of the Genesee

Country, in the State of New York, in a Series of Let-
ters from a Gentleman to his Friend. New York: T. &
J. Swords. 1799. 8vo, pp. 63. Map of Middle States
of N. America.*

See Robert Munro.

Sold: Brinley, 1880, half elf, antique, inserted autograph
letters from James Wadsworth to Col. Jeremiah Wads-
worth, and Oliver Phelps to same, 1777, 5.50; same
sale, hlf levt, mo, extra, git, map mounted on linen,
autograph letter of James Wadsworth and Oliver
Phelps, large plan of allotment of lots in Fall Town-
ship No. i (this township belonged to Col. Williamson,
the author of the Description), 9.00; Murphy, 1884,
hlf elf, 4.25; Woodward, 1869, unct, 1.50; Cooke, 1883,
hlf gr mo, git, unct, map on linen, 9.25; Bangs, 1901,
sewed, 5.00; Randall, 1901, 12.00; Bangs, 1902, orig
covers, unct, 2 extra maps, 19.00.

5909. WILLIAMSON, HUGH. The History of North Caro-
lina. Philadelphia: Thomas Dobson. 1812. 2 vols.
8vo, pp. xix, i 1. errata, 289; viii, 289. Map.*

Sold: Bangs, 1895, 6.20; Bell, 1895, old elf, title mended,
7.00; Rice, 1870, hlf elf, 2.25; Murphy, 1884, 12.00;
Deane, 1898, shp, 8.00; Libbie, 1897, shp, broken, 5.50;
Brevoort, 1890, shp, 4.25; Fisher, 1866, hlf shp, 6.00;
Vroom, 1882, elf, 3.25; Brinley, 1880, 26.00; Brinley,

1893, elf, 7.00; Roche, 1867, shp, 4.00; Waterbury, 1895,
6.20; Bushnell, 1883, hlf elf, git, 2.25; Barlow, 1890,
shp, 8.00; Chittenden, 1894, i.io; Cable, 1882, shp, 4.50;
Henkels, 1900, 13.00; Bourquin, 1894, 4.00; Bourquin,

1894, 4.60; Hoffmann, 1877, shp, 5.50; Anderson, 1503,
hlf mo, git, 8.50; Manson, 1899, 9.50; Menzies, 1876,
hlf mo, git, 12.00; Child, 1882, 4.00; Cooke, 1883, hlf
mo, git, 3.60; Field, 1875, 2.12; A. G. Greene, 1869,
3.00; Perry, 1899, 6.00; Coxe, 1904, shp, 10.40; Eames,



WILLIAMSON. 333

1905, elf, 6.00; Pennypacker, 1907, shp, libr stamp on
title, 3.40.

5910. WILLIAMSON, JOSEPH. History of the City of Bel-

fast, in the State of Maine, from its first Settlement in
1770 to 1875. Portland: Loring, Short & Harmon.
1877. 8vo, pp. vi (i), 956. Engravings, maps, por-
traits and autographs.

+ The Same. Large paper edition. 4to. 1877.
Only ten copies printed.

Sold: Libbie, 1896, 4.00; Forster, 1896, 3.00; Libbie, 1897,
4.50; Manson, 1899, unct, 4.87; Cable, 1882, 4.12; M. D.
Gilman, 1884, 5.00; Guild, 1887, 4.00; Brooks, 1898, 3.00.

5911. WILLIAMSON, WILLIAM DURKEE. The History of

the State of Maine from its First Discovery, A. D. 1602,
to the Separation, A. D. 1820, inclusive. In Two Vol-
umes. Hallowell : Glazier, Masters & Co. 1832. 8vo,
pp. 660, 714.

"An edition of 1,000 copies printed. To subscribers, $6.00; to
others, $7.50. 350 copies were by legislative enactment, distributed
to towns in Maine."

5912. . The Same. With an Appendix and General In-
dex. A new Impression. In Two Volumes. Hallowell :
Glazier, Masters & Smith. 1839. V. I, pp, 696; V. II,
pp. 729.

"This should have been termed a new edition. 330 copies of
the original impression which remained in sheets were bound, in
1839, with the following matter, viz., i. A new title page. 2. An
appendix to the first volume containing 46 pp. of Sketches of the
principal characters in Maine during its first century. 3. Appendix
to 2cl volume with general index. Portrait of author in first
volume. View of State House in second volume. A copy sold for
$12.50 in 1887." Williamson.

Sold: Rice, 1839 e d, I ^7> hlf green mo, unct, portrait
inserted, 1833 ec l IO -5I Waterbury, 1895, shp, 12.75;
Bushnell, 1883, 6.50; M. D. Gilman, 1884, 7.00; Bour-
quin, 1894, 13.00; Bangs, 1895, 12.75; Brinley, 1879,
7.00; Same Sale, bds, unct, 8.50; Roche, 1867, bds,
unct, 7.00; Manson, 1899, I 3-5; S. L. Boardman, 1883,
inserted portr of author, unct, 8.00; Child, 1882. hlf mo,
9.25; Henkels, 1900, 9.50; Cable, 1882, shts folded, 8.50;



334 WILLIS.

Cable, 1883, shts folded, 13.00; Cable, 1883, c ^> unct,
6.50; Menzies, hlf mo, git, unct, 18.50; Shurtleff, 1875,
7.50; Cooke, 1883, hlf mo, git, unct, 18.00; Parker, 1859,
hlf elf, 3.25; Field, 1875, 2.50; Guild, 1887, cl, unct,
Anson's map of Me. inserted, n.oo; Pratt, 1899, 12.00;
Libbie, 1898, hlf mo, 14.50; Perry, 1899, 10.20; Libbie,
1901, shp, 16.00; Manson, 1904, cl, unct, portrait and
map inserted, 13.00; Eames, 1905, orig elf, 12.80; Eames,
1905, shp, 1839 e d> 9-oo; Bangs, Merwin, 1865, 8.00;
Bell, 1895; cl, unct, n.oo; Patterson, 1896, 11.50; Deane,
1898, hlf levt, mo, git, unct, 19.00; Blanchard, 1898, shp,
soiled, 8.50; Hoffmann, 1877, hlf mo, git, unct, 14.50.

5913. WILLIS, LEMUEL (REV.). Semi-Centennial Address.

Salem, Mass., Aug. 4, 1859. With an Appendix. Sa-
lem. 1859. 8vo, pp. 84.

Sold: Woodward, 1869, 63 cts.

5914. WILLIS, NATH PARKER. Trenton Falls. Picturesque

and Descriptive. Edited by N. Parker Willis. Em-
bracing the original essay of John Sherman, the First
Proprietor and Resident. The Principal Illustrations
from original Designs by Heine, Kumm'er and Muller.
Engraved on Wood by N. Orr. New York : George P.
Putnam. 1851. I2mo, pp. 90 (i).* -f 1862. -|- 1868.

Sold: Woodward, 1869, 30 cts.; Bourquin, 1894, 20 cts.;

A. G. Greene, 1869, 12 cts., 1862 ed. ; Cable, 1882, 1.12;

Waterbury, 1895, 55 cts.
See John Sherman.

5915. WILLIS, WILLIAM. Journals of the Rev. Thomas

Smith and the Rev. Samuel Deane, pastors of the First
Church in Portland; with Notes and Biographical
Notices : and a Summary History of Portland. Port
land: Joseph S. Bailey. 1849. 8vo, pp. 484. Portrait
and Engravings.

Sold: Woodward, 1869, 1.13; Woodward, 1869, sheets,
unct, i.oo; Manson, 1899, 1.25; Cable, 1882, 2.75; Thorn-
ton, 1878, bds, unct, 1.62; Shurtleff, 1875, 2.50; Guild,
1887, 4-75-



WILLIS. 335

5916. Documentary History of the State of Maine.

Edited by William Willis. Vol. i. Containing a His-
tory of the Discovery of Maine. By J. G. Kohl. With
an Appendix on the Voyages of the Cabots, by M.
D'Avezac of Paris. Published by the Maine Hist. So-
ciety aided by Appropriations from the State. Port-
land: Bailey & Noyes. 1869. 8vo, pp. (2), 535, 22 maps.

Forms Vol. i 2d Ser. Me. Hist. Soc. Coll.

Sold: ,1869-77, Forster, 1896, 4.00; S. L. Boardman, 1883,
3-35-

5917. . The History of Portland from its First Settle-
ment; with Notices of the neighboring Towns, and of
the Changes of Government in Maine. In Two Parts.
Part I. Portland: Day, Fraser & Co. 1831. 8vo,
pp. 243. Part II. From 1700 to 1833. Portland. 1833.
8vo, pp. 355. 3 maps, 2 plates.

Sold: Polock, 1895, 3.40; Patterson, 1896, cl, with a 1 s
of author, 5.50; Libbie, Part II, 1833, 1897, 3.25;
Blanchard, 1898, hlf levt, mo, git, unct, 6.00; Brinley,
1879, 2.75; Cable, 1882, 6.50; Bushnell, 1883, 2.30; West,
1889, 2.50; Cable, 1883, 2.75; Manson, 1899, unct, 10.00;
S. L. Boardman, 1883, 1.25; Bourquin, 1894, 4.60; Hoff-
mann, - 1877, 3.00; Shurtleff, 1875, bds, 4-oo; Morris,
1899, 3.00; Anderson, 1905, cl, 7.20.

5918. . The History of Portland, from 1632 to 1864; with

a Notice of Previous Settlements, Colonial Grants, and
Changes of Government in Maine. Second Edition, re-
vised and enlarged. Portland: Bailey & Noyes. 1865.
8vo, pp. xiii (2), 9-928. Illustrations, maps, autograph
facsimiles.

"Rarely offered for sale. A portion of the edition was de-
stroyed in the fire of 1866. Copies have brought $12.00." Wil-
liamson.

Sold: Deane, 1898, cl, 7.00; Rice, 1870, cl, unct, one of 25
copies on tinted paper, 1865 ed, 4.25 ; Woodward, 1869,
De luxe copy, unct, 3.25; Roche, 1867, shts folded, 3.75;
Bushnell, 1883, paper, unct, 7.50; Manson, 1899, bds,
unct, 14.50; Child, 1882, hlf mo, unct, git, 8.75; Cable,
1882, 7.25 ; Cable, 1883, shts, folded, 7.00 ; Thornton, 1878,
5.00; S. L. Boardman, 1883, 8.75; Menzies, 1876, hlf mo,



336 WILSON.

git, unct, one of 25 copies of tinted paper, 7.00; Hoff-
mann, 1877, 4-; Cooke, 1883, hlf mo, git, unct, tinted
paper, 8.50; Guild, 1887, 8.00; Perry, 1899, 7-5; Hough,
1900, 5.50; Libbie, 1902, cl, 6.75.

5919. WILLOUGHBY, HUGH L. Across the Everglades. A

Canoe Journey of Exploration. Illustrated from Pho-
tographs Taken by the Author. Philadelphia: J. B.
Lippincott Co. 1898. I2tno, pp. 192.*

5920. WILSON, ADELAIDE. Historic and Picturesque Sa-

vannah. Boston. 1889. Illustrated. Sm. 4to. Fac-
similes.

5921. WILLSON, EDMUND B. Centennial Address at Peter-

sham, Massachusetts, July 4th, 1854, to commemorate
the looth Anniversary of the Incorporation of the Town.
With Appendix. Boston. 1855. 8vo, pp. 133.

Sold: Woodward, 1869, 50 cts. ; Cable, 1882, 15 cts. ; Guild,
1887, hlf mo, unct, git, 87 cts.

5922. WILSON, ERASMUS. Standard History of Pittsburgh,

Pa. Chicago. 1898. 4to, pp. 1074.

5923. WILSON, G. G. Town and city government in Provi-

dence. Providence, R. I. : Tibbitts & Preston. 1889.
8vo, pp. 377.

5924. WILSON, G. R. History and Art Souvenir of Dubois

County, Indiana. Profusely Illustrated. Indianapolis.
1896. 8vo, pp. 80.

5925. WILSON, JAMES GRANT. The Memorial History of

the City of New York. From its First Settlement to
the Year 1892. New York: N. Y. History Co. 1892.
4 vols. 4to, pp. xxiv, 605; xxi, 633 (5) : (V. 3, 4), 1893;
pp. xxii, 664; xxiii, 650. General Index in Vol 4, pp.
Ixxxii.*

This is a very attractive set; profusely illustrated with plans,
maps and portraits on steel, engravings on wood in the text.
Tventy-threc steel engravings and 64 full page woodcuts.
Sold by subscription at $50.00.



WILSON. 337

Sold: Weeks, 1902, hlf roan, git, 8.80; Proud, 1903, 10.00;
Donnelly, 4 v, unct, 19.00; Poillon, 1895, 17.00; Stone,
1897, cl, 8.80; Bangs, 1898, hlf mo, git, unct, 15.20;
Bangs, 1899, I 34; Bangs, 1900, 14.50; Anderson, 1903,
cl, 7.20: Anderson, 1904, 10.40.

5926. WILSON, JOHN STAINBACK. Atlanta as It Is: Being

a Brief Sketch of its Early Settlers, Growth, Society,
Health, Morals, Publications, Churches, Associations,
Educational Institutions, Prominent Officials, Principal
Business Enterprises, Public Buildings, &c., &c. New
York: Little, Rennie & Co., Prs. 1871. 8vo, pp. 116,
advts. pp. 18.*

5927. WILSON, L. A. Wilson's History and Directory for

Southeast Missouri and Southern Illinois, giving de-
scriptions of the counties, towns and villages, with val-
uable historical and statistical information, also a U. S.
Legal Directory, giving the address of one reliable
attorney at the County seat of every county in the
United~States, and the population of State and County.
Compiled and published by L. A. Wilson. Cape Girar-
deau, Mo. 1875-76. 8vo, pp. 350. Map and Illustra-
tions.*

5928. WILSON, MARIA ALLIS. Marshfield and her Cyclone ;

or Rachel weeping for her Children. Being a Collection
of the Experiences of many of the Surviving Intelligent
Men and Women of the Town, just prior to, during and
after the Cyclone. What they saw, felt and thought.
Marshfield, Mo., A. D. 1881. St. Louis: Christian Publ.
Co. 1881. I2mo, (x), 236.*

5929. WILSON, RUFUS ROCKWELL. New York, Old and

New ; its Story, Streets, and Landmarks ; Illustrated
from Prints and Photographs and with Decorations by
E. Stratton Holloway. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott
Co. 1902. 2 vols. i2mo, pp. 3, 402; 2, 390. Illus-
trated.

Sold: Anderson, 1904, hlf levt, mo, unct, 3.30; Huntington,
1905, hlf levt, mo, git, unct, 4.20.



WILSON.

5930. . Historic Long Island. New York: The Berkley

Press. 1902. 8vo, pp. 364. Illustrated.

Contains many halftone illustrations. In appendices are two
important documents, the Rev. Jonas Michaelius's letter of 1628,
describing life in Manhattan, and George P. Lathrop's True Story
of Capt. Kidd. Half of the book is devoted to the history of
Brooklyn.

5931. . Washington: The Capital City and its Part in

the History of the Nation. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippin-
cott Co. 1901. 2 vols. 8vo, pp. 408; 423. Fourteen
full-page illustrations.

Sold: Anderson, 1904, Ivt, mo, git, unct, 130 extra plates,
21.00; Anderson, 1903, hlf levt, mo, git, unct, by Black-
well, 155 extra plates, 28.00.

5932. WILSON, SAMUEL. An | Account | of the | Province ]

of Carolina | in j America. | Together with | An Ab-
stract of the Patent, | and several other Necessary and
Useful Par- | ticulars, to such as have thoughts of
Trans- | porting themselves thither. Published for their
Information. | London : | Printed by G. Larkin for Fran-
cis Smith, at the Elephant | and Castle in Cornhill.
1682. Sm. 4to, pp. 26. Map.

"One of the earliest and rarest books relating to Carolina."
Sabin.

A second edition was issued the same year. The map is often
missing.

Reprinted in Carroll, 2.

Sold: Brinley, 1880, calf gilt, Bedford, 77.50; Libbie, 1897,
41.00; Rice, 1870, red levt, mo, by Bedford, map, 45.00;
Brinley, 1893, hlf mo, 25.00; Barlow, levt, mo, extra,
Bedford, 35.00; Menzies, 1876, red mo, git, Bedford,
57.50; Anderson, 1905, cl, by Bedford, 28.00; Barlow,
1890, map of Carolina inserted newly described by John
Seller, 37.50; Cox, 1902, elf, by Bedford, 24.00.

5933- WILSON, THOMAS. Picture of Philadelphia for 1824,
containing the "Picture of Philadelphia" for 1811, by
James Mease. With all its Improvements since that
Period. Philadelphia : Pr. for Thomas Town. 1823.
I2mo, pp. 358. Folding map of Phila.*

Sold: Bourquin, 1894, 25 cts. ; Harold Peirce, 1903, 2.25;
Proud, 1903, 2.25; Polock, 1904, shp, name cut from



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title, 5.00 ; Pennypacker, 1906, hlf bcl, 70 cts. ; same sale,
shp, 1. 10.

5934. WILSON, THOMAS. An Historical Address delivered
at Palmer, Mass., July 5, 1852, in Commemoration of the
Centennial Anniversary of the Incorporation of the
Town. Lowell. 1855. 8vo, pp. 60.

Sold: Woodward, 1869, 75 cts. ; Guild, 1887, 75 cts.

5935- WILSON, WILLIAM D. A Description of Iowa and its
Resources. Des Moines. 1865. I2tno.

Sold: Bourquin, 1894, 10 cts.

5936. WINCHELL, N. H. Historical Sketch of Explorations

and Surveys in Minnesota. Minneapolis. 1883. 4to.
Maps.

Sold: Dunbar, 1892, 30 cts.

5937. WINCHESTER, ELHANAN. An Oration on the Dis-

covery of America delivered in London, Oct. the I2th,
1792, being three hundred years from the day on which
Columbus landed in the New World. The Second edi-
tion, with An Appendix, containing- among other things
a description of the City of Washington, in the Dis-
trict of Columbia ; illustrated with an Accurate Engrav-
ing. London. 1792. I2mo, pp. 77.

The above is exceedingly scarce and seldom is a copy offered
for sale. It contains the engraved plan of the City of Washington.
On page 75-76 an Acrostic on "George Washington, President of
the United States of North America."

5938. WINDBERGER, J. A. The Home of Washington at

Mount Vernon. Portrait. Washington. 1860. I2mo,
cloth.

5939. WINFIELD, CHARLES HARDENBURGH. History of

the County of Hudson, New Jersey, from its Earliest
Settlement to the Present Time. New York : Kennard
& Hay. 1874. 8vo, pp. vii, 568. Portraits and Plates.*

Sold: Carre, 1896, hlf mo, 4.25; Bangs, 1898, hlf mo, 5.00;
Vroom, 1882, hlf mo, 1.37; Dunbar, 1892, 2.12; Weeks,



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1902, hlf mo, 1.70; Bourquin, 1894, 3.25; Bangs, 1899,
3.50; Nash, 1900, 3.63; Bangs, 1902, hlf mo, 3.75.

5940. WING, CONWAY P. (REV.). 1731. History of Cum-

berland County, Penna., with Illustrations. By Rev.
Conway P. Wing, D.D., and others. Philadelphia :



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