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4109. Oregon, its Wealth and Resources, with the Compliments

of the Passenger Department. 6th edition, revised. St.
Louis: Woodward & Tiernan, 1893. 8vo, pp. 98.*
Issued by the Union Pacific Railroad.

4110. The New Empire. Oregon, Washington, Idaho. Its Re-

sources, Climate, Present Development and its Advan-
tages as a Place of Residence and Field for Investment.
The City of Portland, its Trade, Commerce and Position,
as Metropolis, Trade Center, and Principal Seaport of
"The New Empire," and Center of Transportation Lines.
Issued by The Oregon Immigration Board. Portland,
Oregon: Ellis & Sons. n. d. 4to, pp. 96. Illustrated.*



22O OKK.

4111. The Northwest Pacific. A Guide for Settlers and Travel-

lers in Oregon and Washington Territory. Portland:

1882. 8vo, pp. 81. Map and Illustrations.

4iua. Pioneer History of Coos and Curry Counties, Oregon.
Heroic Deeds and Thrilling Adventures of the Early
Settlers, etc. Numerous Illustrations. Salem: 1898.
8vo, pp. 571.

By Orville Dodge.

4112. Description of Oregon and California, embracing an Ac-

count of the Gold Regions. To which is added an Ap-
pendix. Philadelphia: Thomas Cowperthwait & Co.,
1849. I2mo, pp. 76.

4113. O'REILLY, HENRY. Rochester in 1835. Brief Sketches

of the Present Condition of the City of Rochester.
Rochester: Luther Tucker, Pr., 1835. 8vo, pp. 14.

4114. . Settlement in the West. Sketches of Rochester;

with incidental Notices of Western New York. A col-
lection of matters designed to illustrate the progress of
Rochester during the first quarter-century of its exist-
ence. Rochester: Wm. Ailing, 1838. I2mo, pp. 416.
Map, Plates and Portrait.

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1884, 1838 ed., 2.25; Woodward, 1869, i.oo; Cable, 1882,
3.00; Brinley, 1893, 3-5; Bourquin, 1894, 3.40; Bushnell,

1883, extra portr, 2.35; Bangs, Merwin, 1865, 1.50; Child,
1882, 2.25; Cable, 1883, 2.40; Shurtleff, 1875, 88 cts. ; J.
G. Smith, 1883, 1.25 ; A. G. Greene, 1869, 87 cts. ; Guild,
1887, 4.00; Morris, 1899, shp, 3.00; Bangs, 1899, cl, 5.25;
Perry, 1892, cl, 3.75 ; Bangs, 1900, 6.75 ; McKee, 1902, cl,
rebacked, 7.50; Bangs, 1903, 3.50; Anderson, 1903,
presentation copy from author, 4.10; Merwin Clayton,
!905> 5-5; Henkels, 1905, 4.25; Anderson, 1905, 3.05;.
Anderson, 1905, portrait laid in, 4.30.

Spelled by Sabin, O'Rielly. In N. Y. State Library Bibliog-
raphy of New York it is spelled Reilly, as also en titles of the
books.

4115. ORR, HECTOR. A Sketch of Camden City, New Jersey,

with a View to Business. By a Looker On. Camden:
1873. 8vo, pp. 80.
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OSTRANDER. 221

4116. ORR, J. W. Pictorial Guide to Niagara Falls, giving every

Historical Incident of Interest. Buffalo, 1842. Illus-
trated. i6mo.

4117. ORR, N. M. The City of Stockton. Its Position, Climate,

Commerce, Resources, etc., together with a Brief Sketch
of the Great San Joaquin Basin of California. Stockton,
Cal. : 1874. 8vo, pp. 64.

4118. ORWIG, J. R. The Harrisburg Visitors' Guide, 1876, for

the use of Strangers visiting the City, containing a De-
scriptive "Tour of the City and Capitol Buildings," dis-
tinctly denoting prominent objects of interest in the
Capitol City of Pennsylvania, and how to see them ;
together with "Historical Narratives," State, county and
city official directory, statistics, societies and other val-
uable information. Harrisburg: Patriot Publishing Co.,
1876. I2nio, pp. 80.*

This book contains a very interesting historical narrative of the
city.

4119. OSGOOD, CHAS. S.; BATCHELDER, H. M. Historical

Sketch of Salem, 1626-1879. Salem : Essex Institute,
1879. 8vo, pp. viii, 80.*

Illustrated. Heliotype plates. Frontispiece of E. A. Holyoke
at the age of 100.

The edition was mostly destroyed by fire, and, with all the
plates, is scarce. Salem coat of arms on title page.

Sold: Coburn, 1895, hlf mo, 3.25; Olcott, 1901, pap, unct,
87 cts. ; Manson, 1899, 5.00; Cable, 1882, 3.75; Guild,
1887, 2.75.

4120. OSGOOD, GEORGE. Historical Sketch of School District

Number Thirteen, North Danvers; or, as it is known
abroad, Danvers Plains ; or, by its ancient name, Porter's
Plains. Salem, Mass. : 1855. 8vo, pp. 32.
Sold: Woodward, 1869, i.oo; Woodward, 1869, 10 cts.

4121. OSGOOD, SAMUEL. New York in the Nineteenth Cen-

tury. A Discourse before the New York Historical So-
ciety, November 20, 1866. New York: The Society,
1867. 8vo, pp. 127. -f 1868.

4122. OSTRANDER, STEPHEN M. A History of the City of

Brooklyn and Kings County; edited, with Introduction



222 PACKARD.

and Notes by Alexander Black. Brooklyn, N. Y. : Mrs,
S. M. Ostrander, 1894. 2 vols. Svo, pp. 17, 304; 6, 282.
Illustrated. Portrait. Map.

Edition limited to 500 copies.

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Bangs, 1900, 4.25 ; Anderson, 1904, cl, git, unct, 3.40.

4123. OTIS, JAMES. Pioneer Towns of America. The Story

of Pemaquid. New York: Thos. Y. Crowell & Co.,
(1902). 121110, pp. 181.*

Illustrated with maps. Pemaquid Plantation was an important
station of the pioneer days in New England.

4124. . Pioneer Towns of America. The Story of Old

Falmouth. Illustrated. New York: Thos. Y. Crowell
& Co. (1901). I2mo.

This was the ancient name for what is now Portland.

4125. OVERSTOLTZ, HENRY. The City of St. Louis: its

History, Growth and Industries. Address by Henry
Overstoltz, Mayor. Delivered before the State Immi-
gration Convention, held in the City of St. Louis, April,
1880. St. Louis: Woodward, Tiernan & Hale, Prs.,
1880. Svo, pp. 38.*

4126. OWEN, DANIEL EDWARD. Old Times in Saco, a brief

Monograph on Local Events. Saco, Maine: 1891. Svo,
pp. (3), viii, 172. Illustrated by plans, portraits, and fac-
similes.

Bibliography, pages 157-160.
Sold: Manson, 1899, 2.50.

4127. PABOR, W. E. Colorado as an Agricultural State ; its

Farms, Fields, and Garden Lands. Illustrated. New
York : Orange Judd Co., 1883. I2mo, pp. 213.

4128. PACKARD, JASPER. History of La Porte County, In-

diana, and its Townships, Towns, and Cities. La Porte:
1876. Svo, pp. 467.

Sold: Guild, 1887, 2.50.



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4129. PAIGE, LUCIUS R. An Address at the Centennial Cele-

bration in Hardwick, Mass., November i5th, 1838. Cam-
bridge : Metcalf, Torrey & Ballou, 1838. 8vo, pp. 76.

Appendix containing biographical notices of some of the early
families, and a list of Hardwick's soldiers in the War of the
Revolution.

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Cable, 1882, 1.12; Manson, 1899, 30 cts.; J. G. Smith,'
1883, 2.10.

4130. . History of Cambridge, Mass., 1630 to 1877. With

a Genealogical Register. Portrait and Maps. Boston:
H. O. Houghton & Co., 1877. 8vo, pp. 16, (i), 731.*

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5.00; Carruth, 1898, cl, 3.25; Livermore, 1894, hlf elf, git
5.00; Manson, 1899, 4-25; Child, 1882, 4.00; Cable, 1882,
cl, 5.00; Thornton, 1878, 4.25; S. L. Boardman, 1883,
2.00; J. G. Smith, 1883, 4.50; Cooke, 1883, 4.00; Whit-
more, 1902, 4.25; Guild, 4.25; Libbie, 1898, 5.00; Bangs,
1894, 5.00; Libbie, 1895, 6.00; Balcom, 1901, 4.25; Libbie,
1901, 3.50; Libbie, 1903, hlf elf, 6.12; Chafree, 1903, 3.25;
Hassam, 1903, cl, 3.50; Manson, 1904, bds, unct, 3.25;
Hazen, 1905, cl, 3.12; Hayden, 1907, 2.30.

4131. . History of Hardwick, Massachusetts ; with Genea-
logical Register. Boston : Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1883,
8vo, pp. 12, 556. Portrait.

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5.25; Guild, 1887, 6.00; Morris, 1899, 5.25; Hassam, 1903,
cl, unct, 5.25; Anderson, 1903, cl, unct, 6.00; Hale, 1905,
cl, 4.00.

4132. PAINE, ALBERT WARE. The Territorial History of

Bangor and Vicinity. Read before the Maine Historical
Society, Portland, May 25, 1882. Portland : 1887. I2mo,
pp. 12.

Reprint from Me. Hist. Soc. Coll., 9, 221. Fifty copies were
printed.

4133. PAINE, NATHANIEL. Notes, Historical and Chrono-

logical, on the Town of Worcester, Mass. Worcester:
1876. Thirty-five copies printed for Private Circulation.
4to, pp. 50.*

Sold: Deane, 1898, unct, 1.25; Brevoort, 1890, hlf bd, Rox-
burghe style, 4.50.



224 PALFREY.

4134. . Random Recollections of Worcester, Mass., 1839-

1843. Being Remarks made at a Meeting of the Wor-
cester Society of Antiquity, held June 3rd, 1884. Wor-
cester: 1885. 8vo, pp. 46. Large paper.

One hundred copies were printed for private circulation.

4135. PAINTER, HENRY M. (REV.). Brief Narrative of In-

cidents in the War in Missouri, and of the personal ex-
perience of one who has suffered. Boston : Press of the
Daily Courier, 1863. 8vo, pp. 28.*

4136. PALFREY, JOHN GORHAM. A Discourse Pronounced

at Barnstable on the third of September, 1839, at the
Celebration of the Second Centennial Anniversary of the
Settlement of Cape Cod. Boston : Ferdinand Andrews,
1840. 8vo, pp. 50. -j- Second edition, 1840. Pp. 71.

Sold: 1840, Woodward, 1869, 25 cts. ; 2d ed., 1840, 75 cts.;
Roche, 1867, 10 cts. ; Child, 1882, 40 cts. ; J. G. Smith,
1883, 1.25; Hoffmann, 1877, 5 cts.

4137. . History of New England during the Stuart Dy-
nasty. Boston : Little, Brown & Co., 1858-65. 3 vols.
8vo, pp. xxxi (2), 636; xx, 640; xxii, 659. 4 Maps.*

"One hundred copies were printed on large paper. Our col-
lation is of the first issue, later dates vary slightly." Sabin.

There are two title pages. One has "The History of New Eng-
land," the other, following it: "The History of New England dur-
ing the Stuart Dynasty." Frontispiece, folding map of New Eng-
land. Book i, "The Settlement ;" Book 2, "The Confederacy of the
Four Colonies ;" Book 3, "Final Relation with the Stuart Kings."

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Smith, 1883, 1859 ed - 3 vols -> unct > 5- 2 5; S - L - Board-
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ed., 3 vols., 5.25; Menzies, 1876, hlf mo, git, unct, 22.50;
Hoffmann, 1877, large pap, 7.86; Shurtleff, 1875, 10.50;
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Bangs, 1894, 9.75; Bangs, 1895, large pap, 16.50; Bangs,
1895, 6.76; Bell, 1895, cl, unct, a. 1. s. author inserted,
5.25; Coburn, 1895, cl, unct, 5.25; Bangs, 1896, large
pap ed, unct, 7.50; Murphy, 1884, large pap, unct, 3
vols., 7.50; Rice, 1870, large pap, cl, unct, 8.25; Wood-
ward, 1869, unct, large pap ed, 8.25; Livermore, 1894,
9.75; Livermore, 1894, 8vo, 3 vols., large pap, cl, unct,
1859, 6.36; Brinley, 1879, large pap, cl, bevld bds, unct,



PALFREY.

12.00; Roche, 1867, 3 vols., 1865, unct, 9.00; Bangs, 1895,
Lenox Dupl, large pap, unct, 6.75; Hanson, 1899, l8 7 2
ed., 3 vols., 3.75 ; Bangs, 1899, cl, unct, 6.75 ; Bangs, 1899,
cl, unct, 5.40; Bangs, 1902, large pap, unct, 4.13; Knick-
erbocker, 1905, hlf mo, git, large pap, V. 1-3, 1865-82-90,
8.00.

4138. . History of New England from the Revolution of

the Seventeenth Century to the Revolution of the
Eighteenth. In two vols. Boston : Little, Brown & Co.,
1890. 8vo, pp. 24, 604.

4139. . A History of New England, from the Discovery

by Europeans to the Revolution of the Seventeenth Cen-
tury, being an abridgement of his "History of New Eng-
land during the Stuart Dynasty." New York: Hurd &
Houghton, 1866. 2 vols. I2mo, pp. xx, 408; xii, 426.

4140. . A Compendious History of the First Century in

New England, 1689-1765. 2 vols. Boston: 1872. i2mo.

Sold: Whitmore, 1902, 70 cts.

4141. . A Compendious History of New England, from

the Discovery by Europeans to the first General Con-
gress of the Anglo-American Colonies. Boston : J. R.
Osgood & Co., 1884. 4 vols. I2mo.

Sold: Olcott, 1901, 4 vols., 3.00.

4142. . History of New England. Boston: Little, Brown

& Co., 1859-1890. In 5 vols. Roy 8vo, pp. xxxi, 636;
Vol. 2, 1861, pp. xx (i), 640; Vol. 3, 1864, pp. xxii (i),
648; Vol. 4, 1890, pp. xxiv (i), 604; Vol. 5, 1890, pp.
xxvii (i), 670.*

Mr. Palfrey died in 1881. The material for the fifth volume
was nearly prepared and the book was edited by his eldest son,
J. G. Palfrey. The map is taken from Jeffrey's map of "Inhabited
Portions of New England." London, 1774. The original of this
map is now in the Public Library, Boston.

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1897, 19.37; Chase & Dale, 1897, 5 vols., 1865-1890, 6.25;
Carruth, 1898, Vols. i to 4, cl, unct, 5.20; Deane, 1898,
cl, unct, Vols. i to 4, 6.50; Deane, 1898, Vols. i to 3,
large pap, cl, unct, 5.25 ; Bangs, 1894, 4 vols., ed. 1888,



226 PALMER.

7.60; Hayes, 1898, Vols. i to 3, large pap, cl, unct, 5.62;
Whitmore, 1902, 5 vols., cl, 7.50; Pratt, 1899, cl, unct,
10.62; Bangs, 1899, hlf elf, git, 17.50; Winsor, 1900, cl,
5 vols., 6.25; Mackay, 1900, 5 vols., 1859-90, 6.87; Libbie,
1900, cl, unct, 8.00; Balcom, 1901, cl, unct, 15.50; Libbie,
i3> 6.50; Massie, 1905, cl, 12.50; Eames, 1905, cl, 5.50.

4143. PALMER, CLARA S. Annals of Chicopee Street, Records

and Reminiscences of an Old New England Parish for
a Period of 200 Years. Springfield, Mass.: Henry R.
Johnson, Publisher, 1899. 8vo, pp. 87. Illustrated.*

Sketch of Chicopee, Mass. Frontispiece of Chicopee Church..

4144. PALMER, JOEL. Journal of Travels over the Rocky

Mountains, to the Mouth of the Columbia River; made
during the Years 1845 and 1846 ; containing minute De-
scriptions of the Valleys of the Williamette, Umpqua,
and Clamet; A General Description of Oregon Terri-
tory; its Inhabitants, Climate, Soil Productions, etc.
Also a Letter from the Rev. H. H. Spalding, resident
Missionary, for the last ten years among the Nez Perce
Tribe of Indians, on the Koos-koos-kee River; The Or-
ganic Laws of Oregon Territory; Tables of about 300
words of the Chinook Jargon, and about 200 words of
the Nez Perce Language ; a Description of Mount Hood ;
Incidents of Travel, etc., etc. Cincinnati: J. A. & U. P.
James, 1847. I2mo, pp. 189. The Same, 1852. 121110.*

Published also as Vol. 30 of Early Western Travels. R. G.
Thwaites, editor.

Sold: Brinley, 1881, 1847 e< ^- : J -38; 1906 ed. : Sayre, 1907,
70 cts.

4145. PALMER, JOHN. The Present State of New England

Impartially Considered, In a Letter to the Clergy.
(Philadelphia: W. Bradford, 1689.) n. p. n. d. 4to,
pp. 44.

Sold: Brinley, 1879, mo, extra, by Bradford, 52.50.

4146. . An Impartial Account of the State of New Eng-
land; or, the Late Government there, Vindicated. In
answer to the Declaration Which the Faction set forth,
when they Overturned that Government. With a Rela-



PALMER. 227

tion Of the horrible Usage they treated the Governour
with, and his Council; and all that had His Majesty's
Commission. In a Letter to the Clergy there. London :
Printed for Edward Poole, at his Shop over against the
Royal Exchange in Cornhill, 1690. 4to, pp. 40.

Sold: Brinley, 1879, cl, mo, 15.00.

4147. . Dagverhaal cener Reize in de Vereenigde Staten

van Noord America en Neder Canada, gedaan in
1817. Uit het Engelsch met eene inleicling bevattende
een statistsch overzigt der Vereenigde Staten van Noord
America, volgens de beste en nieuwste berigten. Met
eene nieuwe kaart. Haarlem: 1820. 8vo, pp. 318.

Folding map in colors. Account of trade, commerce, etc., and
condition of Washington, New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Balti-
more, Albany, Cincinnati and other cities. With a description of
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Missouri. A scarce book.

4148. PALMER, LYMAN L. History of Napa and Lake Coun-

ties, California ; and Biographical Sketches of Early
Settlers and Representative Men. San Francisco : Slocum,
Bowen & Co., 1881. Portraits and Illustrations. 8vo.

4149. . History of Mendocino County, California ; also,

A Historical Sketch of the State of California, in which
is embodied the Raising of the Bear Flag. San Fran-
cisco: Alley, Bowen & Co. 1880. Portraits and Illustra-
tions. 8vo.

4150. PALMER, MASON S. Early Gleanings and Random

Recollections of the Town of Corinth, from 1792 to 1883.
Bangor: Press of B. A. Burr (Whig & Courier Job
Office), 1883. 8vo, pp. 34.
Sold: Manson, 1899, 1.25.

4151. PALMER, PETER S. History of Lake Champlain from

its First Exploration by the French in 1609 to the close
of the Year 1814. Pittsburgh : J. W. Tuttle, 1853. 8vo,
pp. 223.* -f-

The Same. Albany, N. Y. : J. Munsell, 1866. Rl
8vo, pp. (4), 276. 6 Plans.*

Sold: Bangs, Merwin, 1865, 1853 ed., 12.00; Woodward,.
, 1869, unct, large pap, 2.50; 1866 ed. : Bushnell, 1883.,

extra illus., 2.50; Bushnell, 1883, cl, unct, 2.75.



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4152. . History of Plattsburgh, N. Y., from its First Set-
tlement to Jan. i, 1876. Plattsburgh: 1877. 8vo.

Sold: Guild, 1887, 50 cts.

4153. PAPE, WILLIAM J. The News' History of Passaic, N.

J., from the Earliest Settlement to the Present Day.
Embracing a Descriptive History of its Municipal, Re-
ligious, Social and Commercal Institutions, with Bio-
graphical Sketches. Profusely Illustrated. Compiled
and edited by William J. Pape, with Collaboration of
William W. Scott. Passaic: 1899. 4to, pp, vii, 320.*
Full of lithographs.

4154. PARKE, JOHN E. Recollections of Seventy Years, and

Historical Gleanings of Allegheny, Penna. Boston:
Rand, Avery & Co., 1886. 8vo, pp. xi (i), 385.*

Family records, biographical sketches, historical papers. Has
frontispiece of Judge Parke.

4155. PARK, N. G. Madison, Dane County (Wisconsin), and

Surrounding Towns, being a History and Guide to Places
of Scenic Beauty and Historical Note, Including the
Organization of the Towns, Early Intercourse with the
Indians, etc. Portraits and Illustrations. Madison : 1877.
I2mo.

Sold: Henkels, 1900, 50 cts.; S. L. Boardman, 1883, 62
cts. ; Bourquin, 1894, 25 cts.

4156. PARK, ROSWELL. A Sketch of the History and To-

pography of West Point and the U. S. Military Acad-
emy. Philadelphia: Henry Perkins, 1840. i8mo, pp.
140. Map.*

Sold: Cable, 1882, 63 cts. ; Cable, 1882, 2 v., 3.75 ; Bourquin,
1894, 10 cts. ; Same sale, 20 cts. ; Henkels, 1902, 70 cts. ;
Guild, 1887, 25 cts. ; Polack, 1904, 25 cts.

4157. PARK, SAMUEL. Notes of the Early History of Union

Township, Licking County. Ohio. Terre Haute : O. J.
Smith & Co., 1870. 8vo, pp. 56.

Forms No. 5 of Licking County Pioneer Pamphlets.

4153. PARKER, AMASA J. The Landmarks of Albany County,
New York. Edited by Amasa J. Parker. Illustrated



PARKER.

with ioo fine page portraits of local celebrities. Syra-
cuse: 1897. Roy 8vo, pp. 1153.

Contains history of the county from 1609, of the various towns
in the county, civil government, the Bar and Judiciary, Professions,
Journalism, Education, Public Institutions, Buildings, as well as a
large section en Biography, Family Sketches, and a Full Index.
Published at $15.00.

4159. PARKER, B. F. History of Wolfeborough, N. H. Wolfe-

borough : 1901. 8vo, pp. 557. Illustrated.

4160. . History of Waterbury (Vermont). Including

Papers from Moretown, Marshfield, and Middlesex.
Montpelier, Vt. : 1882. 8vo. Portraits.

4161. PARKER, C. C. The Early History of Waterbury. A

Discourse delivered February loth, 1867. Waterbury:
Waterbury Job Print, 1867. 8vo, pp. 28.

Sold: Manson, 1899, 2.00.

4162. PARKER, EDWARD EVERETT. History of the City

of Nashua, N. H. From the Earliest Settlement of
Old Dunstable to the Year 1895. With Biograph-
ical Sketches of the Early Settlers, their Descendants
and other Residents. Illustrated with Maps En-
gravings and Portraits. Prepared by a selected Corps
of Editors under the Business Superintendence of H.
Reinheimer & Co. Nashua, N. H. : Telegraph Publish-
ing Co., 1897. Folio, pp. xii, 622.*

4163. PARKER, EDWARD LATWYCKE. A Century Ser-

mon delivered in the East Parish Meeting House, Lon-
donderry, New Hampshire, April 22, 1819, in commem-
oration of the First Settlement of the Town. Contain-
ing, A Sketch of the History of the Town from its
earliest Settlement. Concord : Printed by Geo. Hough,
1819. 8vo, pp. 44.

Also as an Old South Leaflet.

Sold: Woodward, 1869, i.oo; Brinley, 1879, 1.25; Cable,
1882, bds, 2.63; Manson, 1899, 37 cts. ; Guild, 1887, i.oo.

4164. . The History of Londonderry, comprising the

Towns of Derry and Londonderry, N. H. By Rev.
Edward L. Parker, With a Memoir of the Author (by



23O PARKER.

Samuel H. Taylor. Edited by his son, Edward P. Par-
ker). Boston: Perkins & Whipple, 1851. I2mo, pp. 55,
358, (i.) Map, Plates and Portraits.*

Sold: Bangs, Merwin, 1865, 3.00; Balcom, 1901, 6.75; Co-
burn, 1895, 7.25; Libbie, 1896, 9.50; Bangs, 1894, 3.25;
Libbie, 1897, 7.00; Chase & Dale, 1897, cl, 6.00; Deane,
1898, cl, 6.75; Blanchard, 1898, cl, 5.50; Brinley, 1879,
4.00; Cable, 1882, 9.00; Manson, 1899, 6.75; Cable, 1883,
6.75; J. G. Smith, 1883, 6.75; Guild, 1887, 5.00; Libbie,
1902, cl, 7.62; Libbie, 1902, cl, 6.55; Anderson, 1903,
cl, 8.00; Bartlett, 1903, cl, 6.00; Hassam, 1903, hlf mo,
4.00; Anderson, 1903, hlf mo, 6.00; Anderson, 1904, hlf
mo, 5.45; hlf ro, 3.80; Anderson, 1904, hlf mo, 4.00;
Anderson, 1905, hlf mo, 4.50.

4165. PARKER, FRANCIS J. Colonel William Prescott, The

Commander in The Battle of Bunker's Hill. Honor to
Whom Honor is Due. A Monograph. Boston : A.
Williams & Co., 1875. 8vo, pp. 21.*

4166. . Could General Putnam Command at Bunker Hill?

A Paper read before the New England Historic, Gene-
alogical Society, May 2, 1877. 8vo, pp. n.*

Reprint N. E. Hist. Gen. Reg., October, 1877.

4167. PARKER, FRANK J. Washington Territory. The Pres^

ent and Prospective Future of the Upper Columbia
Country, With a detailed Description of Northern Idaho.
Walla Walla: 1881. 8vo, pp. 17.

4168. PARKER, GRANVILLE. The Formation of the State

of West Virginia and other Incidents of the late Civil
War. With remarks on subjects of Public Interest aris-
ing since the War Closed. W'ellsburg, W. Va. : 1875.
8vo, pp. 482.

4169. PARKER, JAMES W. Narrative 61 the Perilous Adven-

tures, Miraculous Escapes and Sufferings of Rev. James
W. Parker, during a frontier residence in Texas, of fifteen
years; with an Impartial Geographical Description of
the Climate, Soil, Timber, Water, etc., of Texas. Writ-
ten by Himself. To which is appended a Narrative of
the Capture, and subsequent sufferings of Mrs. Rachel
Plummer (his daughter), during a Captivity of twenty-



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one months among the Comanche Indians ; with a Sketch
of their Manners, Customs, Laws, etc. With a short
description of the Country over which she travelled
whilst with the Indians; Written by Herself. Printed
at Louisville, Ky., 1844. I2mo, pp. 95.

"Mrs. Plummer's narrative has a separate title and pagination
(PP- 35) with the date 1839." Sabin.

4170. PARKER, JENNY M. Rochester. A Story Historical.

Rochester, N. Y. : 1884. 8vo, pp. 412. Portraits, maps
and views.

4171. PARKER, JEROBOAM. A Sermon delivered at South-

borough, July 17, 1827, the day which completed a Cen-
tury from the Incorporation of the Town. Boston:
John Marsh, 1827. 8vo, pp. 39.

Sold: Cable, 1882, stchd, 1.37; Balcom, 1901, 1.50.

4172. PARKER, JOEL. Monmouth County, from its Settle-

ment to the Surrender of the Government of New Jersey
to the Crown, in 1702. Paper read before the N. J.
Histor. Society, May loth, 1873. Newark: Bailey Ad-
vertiser Office, 1872. 8vo, pp. 32.

4173. . An Address delivered at the Centennial Celebra-
tion in Jaffrey, August 20, 1873. Winchendon: F. W.
Ward & Co., 1873. 8vo, pp. 48.*

Sold: Balcom, 1901, 37 cts.

4174. PARKER, J. MASON. The Growth of the State of Illi-

nois, and the City of Chicago. Boston : 1872. 8vo,
pp. 26.

4175. PARKER, NATHAN HOWE. Iowa as It Is in 1855 ; A

Gazetteer for Citizens, and a Hand-book for Immigrants,
embracing a full Description of the State of Iowa : Her
Agricultural, Mineralogical and Geological Character;
her Water Courses, Timber Lands, Soil and Climate ; the
various Railroad Lines being built and those projected,
with the Distances on each ; the number and Condition
of Churches and Schools in each County; Population
and Business Statistics of the most Important Cities
and Towns. Information for the Immigrant respecting



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the Selection, Entry and Cultivation of Prairie Soil; a
List of Unentered Lands in the State, etc. With numer-
ous Illustrations. Chicago, 111.: Keen & Lee; Phila-
delphia: 1855. I2mo, pp. xv, 264. Large colored Map.*
Iowa as it is in 1856, &c. (same title). I2mo, pp. 264.
Colored Map. 9 Illustrations, full page.

Sold: Woodward, 1869, 25 cts.

This book was printed by Smith & Peters, Sixth street below
Arch street, Philadelphia. It is dedicated to the young men of
Iowa.

4176. . The Iowa Handbook for 1856. With a New and


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