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sin from Earliest Times * * * to 1848. By I. A.
Lapham, Levi Blossom and George G. Dousman. Mil-
waukee : 1870. 8vo, pp. 27.

1372. DOW, DANIEL. Reminiscence of Past Events; a Semi-

Centennial Sermon preached in Thompson, Ct., April
22, 1846; with an Appendix. New Haven: 1846. pp. 32.

1373. DOW, JOSEPH. An Historical Address delivered at

Hampton, New Hampshire, on the 25th of Dec., 1838.
In Commemoration of the Settlement of that Town.
Two Hundred Years having elapsed since that event.
Concord : Asa McFarland, 1839. 8vo, pp. 44.

Sold: Balcom, 1901, 10 cts. ; Woodward, 1869, 1.50.

1374. . History of the Town of Hampton, from its Settle-
ment in 1638, to the Autumn of 1892. By Joseph Dow,
edited and published by his Daughter, Lucy E. Dow.
Salem: 1893. 2 vols. 8vo, pp. 1104. Portraits, Maps
and Illustrations.

Sold: Balcom, 1901, 8.50; Manson, 1899, 8.50; Libbie, 1902,
cl, 5.00; Libbie, 1903, 6.00.



296 DRAKE.

1375. DOWSE, THOMAS. The New Northwest, Montana, Fort
Benton ; Its Past, Present and Future. Chicago : Com-
mercial Advertising Co., 1879. 4to, pp. 24. Illustrated.*

A reprint was made in 1880.
J376. DOY, JOHN. The Thrilling Narrative of John Doy of

Kansas, or Slavery as it is, Inside and Out. Boston :
Thayer & Eldridge, 1860. I2mo. -f- New York: Thomas
Holman. Printed for the Author, 1860. i2mo, pp. 132.*

Dr. Doy went to Kansas with the first party of settlers from
Boston, in 1854. He was an Englishman, and also introduced the
medical system of homoeopathy into the State. He says he pnt up
the first logs for a cabin on the hill where Lawrence now stands.

1377. DOYLE, J. A. English Colonies in America; Virginia,
Maryland and the Carolinas. New York: H. Holt & Co.,
1882. 8vo, pp. 16, 420. Map.

^378. . The English in America. The Puritan Colonies.

New York: H. Holt & Co., 1887. 2 vols. 8vo, pp. xii,
333 ; xiv, 416. Maps.

This is the second volume of a series intended to embrace the
entire history of early American colonization.

Z37Q. DOYLE, JOHN T. Memorandum as to the Discovery of
the Bay of San Francisco. Worcester, Mass. : 1874. 8vo,
pp. 14.

J38o. DRAKE, BENJAMIN; MANSFIELD, E. D. Cincinnati
in 1826. Cincinnati : Morgan, Lodge & Fisher, February,
1827. 8vo, pp. loo. Plates 2.
See also, Bullock.

"A large number of copies of this work were published and
circulated, so that even at the present time they are quite plenty. It
was also printed as a supplement to 'Bullock's Journey,' published in
London, 1827." Thomson.

Sold: Deane, 1898, hlf mo, unct, 7.50; Woodward, 1869,
3.50; Brinley, 1881, 75 cts. ; Roche, 1867, unct, 6.00;
Woodward, 1869, 3.50; Bangs & Co., 1871, 3.75; Bour-
quin, 1894, 50 cts. ; Bourquin, 1894, 25 cts. ; Hoffmann,
1877, 2.00; Fisher, n.oo; Guild, 1887, bds, 87 cts. ; Hazen,
1905, bds, 4.40; Hazen, 1905, shp, presentation copy from
author, with autograph, 4.00.

1381. DRAKE, BENJAMIN. Tales and Sketches of the Queen
City. Cincinnati: E. Morgan & Co., 1838. I2tno, pp. 180.



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1382. DRAKE, DANIEL. Notices concerning Cincinnati. Cin-

cinnati : Printed for the author, at the Press of John
W. Browne & Co., 1810. 8vo, pp. 60, Appendix, pp. iv.

"Without doubt the rarest work relating to Cincinnati ; I can
trace the existence of but three copies. The author printed a small
number for presents to his friends. It was issued in two parts ; the
first 28 pages were published about May, 1810, and the remainder
about August of the same year. The work is divided into five sec-
tions : Topography, Geology, Climate, Condition of the Town, Dis-
eases. Contains very little matter concerning its history." Thomson.

1383. . Natural and Statistical View, or Picture of Cincin-
nati and the Miami Country. Illustrated by Maps.
With an Appendix containing Observations on the late
Earthquakes, the Aurora Borealis, and South-West
Wind. Cincinnati : Printed by Looker and Wallace,
1815. I2mo. Preface ix, Corrections, pp. i, unnumbered,
Contents, pp. i, unnumbered, 251. Index, 2 leaves, un-
numbered.

"Often erroneously catalogued as the first book printed in Cin-
cinnati. Facing title is map of Cincinnati in 1815, and at p. 34 map
of Miami County." Thomson.

"This book is very rare. It is the first Western book of local
history ever published." A. G. Greene Catalog.

Sold: Woodward, 1869, 4.00; Bangs & Co., 1871, 5.50; 1873,
uncut, 5.50; Polock, presentation copy, 1895, 3.00; Mur-
phy, 1884, 1.50; Woodward, 1869, 4.00; Brinley, 1881,
hlf mo, unct, 50 cts. ; Brinley, 1893, 4.50; Cable, 1882,
3.50; Barlow, 1890, 2.50; Deane, 1898, 2.62; Henkels,
1900, 3.25 ; A. G. Greene, 1869, bds, 3.62 ; Bangs, 1898,
hlf mo, 3.12; Conely, 1902, shp, 3.10; Anderson, 1903,
hlf levt mo, git, by Bradstreet, 3.25 ; Wilson, 1905, orig.
bds, unct, 7.50.

1384. . A Series of Reminiscential Letters from Daniel

Drake, M. D., of Cincinnati, to his Children. Edited
with Notes and a Biographical Sketch, by his Son,
Charles D. Drake. Cincinnati : Robert Clark & Co.,
1870. 8vo, pp, xlvi, 263.

Fifty copies on large paper.
Sold: Bourquin, 1894, i.oo; Clogston, 1875, 1.62.

1385. . Pioneer Life in Kentucky. A Series of Reminiscen-
tial Letters, addressed to his Children. Edited, with
Notes and Biographical Sketch, by his Son, Hon. Charles



298 DRAKE.

D. Drake, of St. Louis. Cincinnati : Robert Clark & Co. r
1873. 8vo, pp. 263.

Some copies were printed on large paper.

1386. DRAKE, FRANCIS S. Town of Roxbury, its memorable
persons and places, its History and Antiquities, with
numerous illustrations of its old landmarks and noted
personages. Boston : A. Williams & Co., 1878. 8vo, pp.
475-



.lyv-Kj, ij../^) , ividiiowii, Ajyy, o.^jv^ , Vvduic,

more, 1902, cl, unct, 5.25 ; 4.00 ; 3.25 ;

f-\ rv^ r~*Vi o 4npii T r\/-v-^ ^ T ^>



6.00; Chaffee, 1903, 3.12




1387. DRAKE, SAMUEL ADAMS. Historic Fields and Man-
sions of Middlesex. Illustrated. Boston : James R. Os-
good & Co., 1874. 8vo, pp. xiv, 442.*

"The heliotype plates were only issued with the octavo edition,
being destroyed by fire ; the duodecimo edition was published with-
out plates." Balcom Catalog.



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8vo ed., 4.25 ; Cable, 1882, 2.37; Child, 1882, 1.87; Balcom,
1901, 5.00; Cable, 1883, 1.37; S. L. Boardman, 1883, 2.75;
J. G. Smith, 1883, 2.62; M. D. Oilman, 1884, 2.25; Bour-
quin, 1894, 1.50; Hoffmann, 1877, sheets, unct, i.oo;
Cooke, 1883, 2.50; Guild, 1887, 1.87; Libbie, 1898, 6.25:
Bangs, 1900, levt mo, git, unct, 142 extra plates, 20.00:
Libbie, 1901, cl, 4.50.

1388. - . Old Landmarks and Historic Personages of Bos-

ton. Profusely Illustrated. Boston : James R. Osgood
& Co., 1873. 8vo, pp. xvii, 484. -j- 1874. -f 1875.*

Sold: Cable, 1882, 1.75; S. L. Boardman, 1883, 1.25; J. G.
Smith, 1883, 1874 ed., 1.75; M. D. Gilman, 1884, 1.25:
Clogston, 1875, T -5; Harold Peirce, 1903, 1.50; Shurtleff.
1875, 2.00; Cooke, 1883, 1875 ed., i.oo; Guild. 1887, 1.70.

1389. - . Bunker Hill. The story told in letters from the

battle-field by British officers engaged, with an introduc-



DKAKE. 299

tion and sketch of the battle. Boston : Nichols & Hall,
1875. 8vo, pp. 76.*

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Smith, 1883, 2.00; S. L. Boardman, 1883, 25 cts.; Hoff-
mann, 1877, 50 cts.

1390. . General Israel Putnam, The Commander at Bunker

Hill. To Accompany Drake's Bunker Hill. Boston :
Nichols & Hall, 1875. 8vo, pp. 24.*

1391. . Old Landmarks and Historic Fields of Middlesex.

Boston : J. R. Osgood & Co., 1876. 121110. Illustrated. -j-
1888.

Sold: Bourquin, 1894, 50 cts. ; Whitmore, 1902, 1888 ed.,
i.oo.

1392. . Georgia. Its History, Condition and Resources.

New York: 1879. pp. 31. Folding Map.

JSQS- History of Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Con-
taining Carefully prepared Histories of Every City and
Town in the County. By well known Writers, and a
General History of the County from the Earliest to the
Present Time. Illustrated. Boston : Estes & Lauriat,
1880. 2 vols. 4to, pp. 505, 572. List of Subscribers, pp.
17. Maps, Plans, Portraits, Illustrations.*

Sold: Balcom, 1901, 8.00; Libbie, 1896, 8.00; Libbie, 1897,
7.50; Libbie, 1897, 6.00; Cable, 1882, 8.00; Sherman,
1898, hlf mo, 3.00; Brown, 1898, cl, 7.00; Manson, 1899,
5.75; J. G. Smith, 1883, 9.00; Child, 1882, cl, unct,
7.00; Massie, 1905, cl, 3.50; S. L. Boardman, 1883,
7.50; Knapp, 1905, cl, 5.00; Cooke, 1883, unct, 24.00;
Whitmore, 1902, hlf elf, n.oo; Libbie, 1900, 4.60; Hayes
& Brown, 1900, 6.00; Brooks, 1898, cl, unct, 5.25; Lib-
bie, 1898, 5.00; Libbie, 1899, unct, 7.00; Lincoln, 1901,
cl, git, unct, 4.50; Libbie, 1900, 6.25; 1899, 3.50; Libbie,
1902, cl, git, 6.60; May, 1903, hlf elf, 6.50; Libbie, 1903,
4.00.

I 394- Around the Hub. A Boy's Book about Boston.

Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1881. I2mo, pp. iv, 267. Il-
lustrated.

Sold: Guild, 1887, i.io.



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1395. . The Heart of the White Mountains; their legend

and scenery with illus. maps. 8vo, pp. 350. New York :
Harper, 1882.

Sold: Whittier, 1903, presentation copy to J. G. Whittier.
4.00.

1396. . Making of the Great West 1512-1883. New York :

Chas. Scribner's Sons, 1887. I2mo, pp. 12, 339. Witli
many Illustrations and Maps.*

X 397- The Making of New England. 1580-1653. With

many Illustrations and Maps. New York : Charles Scrib-
ner's Sons, 1886. 121110, pp. x, (2), 251. -f- Edition in
1888. + N. Y. 1894.*

Especially valuable for its account of the home life and pursuits
of the pioneers.

Sold: Manson, 1899, 1894 ed., 1.37; Balcom, 1901, i.oo;
Manson, 1899, 1886 ed., 62 cts. ; Guild, 1887, 1.12.

1398. . The Making of Virginia and the Middle Colonies,

1578-1701. New York: Chas. Scribner's Sons, 1893.
I2mo, pp. 7, 228. Illustrated.*

Compend of early history originally designed for schools, but
of value to teachers on account of the many explanatory notes and
references. Frontispiece of Lake Champlain.

I 399- The Making of the Ohio Valley States, 1660-1837.

New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1894. 121110, pp. 269.
Illustrations and Maps.*

Stories of American History for Young Readers.
Treats of the formation of Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois,
Michigan and Wisconsin, out of the Northwest Territory.

1400. . The Making of Virginia and the Middle Colonies,

1578-1701. London: 1894. I2tno. Map and Illustra-
tions.

1401. DRAKE, SAMUEL G. Discovery of some Materials for

the Early History of Dorchester, General and Particular.
Boston: 1851. 8vo, pp. 20. Map and Engravings.
This also contains a catalogue of books for sale.

Sold: Livermore, 1894, 1.25; Shurtleff, 1875, 1.62; Manson,
1899, i.oo; Deane, 1898, 1.25; Whitmore, 1902, cl, unct,
87 cts.; Guild, 1887, 1.50.



DRAKE. 3OI

1402. . The History and Antiquities of the City of Boston ;

the Capital of Massachusetts, and Metropolis of Xew
England, from its Settlement in 1630 to the Year 1670,.
with notes, Historical and Critical. Also, An Introduc-
tory History of the Discovery and Settlement of New
England. Boston : Luther Stevens, 1854. Roy. 8vo, pp.
x, 840. Plates and Woodcuts. -(- Second Edition. Bos-
ton : 1857. 8vo, pp. xii, 816. 20 plates.*

Published in 18 parts.

100 copies only, printed on large paper.

Sold: 1856 ed. : Harold Perce, 1903, hlf mo, Chas. Dickens'
copy, with his bookplate, present, copy from author to
Chas. Dickens, 25.50; Shurtleff, 1875, 18 nos, 6.75; same
sale, hlf mo, 11.50; Stephens, 1904, hlf mo, 3.50; Cooke,
1883, hlf mo, git, unct, large pap, 106 additional illustra-
tions, 1856-7, 50.00; same sale, 8.50; Cooke, 1883, unct,
orig. nos, 5.75; French and Chubbuck, 1904, hlf mo, 6.50;
Libbie, 1904, cl, unct, 7.37 ; Anderson, 1904, hlf mo, 6.00 ;
Field, 1875, cl, unct, 5.25; W. F. Fowle, 1864, bds, unct,
16.00; Guild, 1887, cl, unct, 9.50; Clogston, 1875, hlf turk,
5.00; Libbie, 1901, pts, unct, 18.25; Hayes & Brown, 1900,
hlf mo, n.oo; Bangs, 1900, hlf mo, 4.25 ; Sheldon & Allen,

1901, 7.10; Libbie, 1899, 10.25; Pratt, 1899, 10.00; Libbie,
1899, 8.25 ; Libbie, 1904, cl, 6.00 ; Libbie, 1904, hlf mo,
5.25 ; Perry, 1899, hlf mo, autogr. of author, a. 1. s., 6.25 ;
Bangs, 1899, 2d ed., hlf mo, 7.50; Libbie, 1898, 2d ed.,
large pap, shts. fold., unct, 15.00; Richmond, 1899, 2d ed.,
git, hlf mo, 10.25 ; Libbie, 1900, 7.25 ; Poole, 1900, 7.25 ;
Lincoln, 1901, hlf elf, 8.75; Libbie, 1901, hlf mo, 5.00;

1902, hlf mo, 6.50; 8.62; 4.00; May, 1903, hlf mo, 7.00;
Wales, 1903, cl, unct, 9.50; Libbie, 1903, mor, 7.50; Bart-
lett, 1903, 6.50; Bangs, 1895, 8.00; Libbie, 1895, 7.50;
Balcom. 1901, 8.00; Bell, 1895, 10.50; Coburn, 1895, in
original parts, uncut. 10.00 ; Jillson, 1896, hlf mo, 7.50;
Davenport, 1896, hlf mo, 7.25 ; Bangs, 1894, ist ed., 15.00;
Bangs, 1894. ist ed.. 12.00; Murphy, 1884, folio, large
pap, sheets, folded, extra illus., 20.50; Libbie, 1897, l8 5 6
ed., 18 original parts, covers stained, paper covers, 6.50;
Deane, 1898, mor, 9.00; Carruth, 1898, hlf mo. 9.25;
Deane. 1898. mor. 29.00; Henkels, 1898, hlf levt mo, git,
unct, by Bradstreet, large pap ed., 1857, 18.00; Brinley,
1879, 1856 ed.. hlf mo, extra, unct, 9.00; same sale, large
pap, portrait of Drake, extra portraits, folded, unct, 14.00;



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same sale, 1856 ed., hlf mo, extra, unct, extra portrts.,
13.00; Roche, 1867, levt mo, git, by Pawson & N., large
paper, 18.00; same sale, bds, unct, 5.25; Rice, 1870, bds,
unct, 3.50; Fisher, 1866, hlf mo, extra illus., 6.50; Wood-
ward, 1869, 6.00; Livermore, 1894, bds, 12.00; Child,
1882, hlf mo, git, unct, large pap, 24.50; Johnson, 1890,
unct, 9.00; Thornton, 1878, 7.25; Puttick & Simpson,
1861, i6s. ; Libbie, 1897, hlf mo, 7.50; Libbie, 1897, 5.00;
Terry, 1889, bds, unct, 8.00; Bourquin, 1894, 4.90; Mur-
phy, 1884, 6.25; Knapp, 1905, orig. parts, unct, 10.00;
Hazen, 1905, hlf mo, unct, 6.00; Libbie, 1905, orig. parts,
unct, 15.00; J. G. Smith, 1883, hlf mo, git, 8.25; S. L.
Boardman, 1883, 7.12; M. D. Oilman, 1884, 7.38; Massie,
1905, hlf mo, 4.00; Menzies, 1876, 2 v., hlf mo, git, unct,
large pap, 44.00; Bourquin, 1894, 4.25; Hoffmann, 1877,
levt mo, git, unct, Bradstreet, 36 inserted plates & 2
plans of Boston, 15.50; Davenport, 1896, hlf mo, 7.25;
1857 ed. : Whitmore, 1902, 3 v., large paper, hlf mo, unct,
2 v., text, i v. plates, 13.50; Libbie, 1900, shts. flded, unct,
lacks gen'l pedigree, 5.00; Hough, 1900, large pap, hlf
mo, git, unct, 9.00; Bangs, 1901, present, copy fr. Wm.
Menzies, with autograph, 18.00; Libbie, 1898, levt mo,
git, unct, 16.50; Bangs, 1899, hlf mo, 9.50; Probasco,
1899, hlf mo, git, present, fr. author to Chas. Dickens,
16.00; Barlow, 1890, folio, hlf mo, git, unct, large paper,
20.00; Manson, 1899, large paper, shts. folded, unct,
16.00; Cable, 1882, 18 parts, paper, 8.37; Cable, 1883, 18
pts.. pap, unct, 3.50; J. G. Smith, 1883, large pap, sheets
folded, 19.00; Sewell, 1896, large pap, mor, with 170
portraits, views, &c., inserted, 80.00; Livermore, 1894,
full mo, git, 14.00; Libbie, 1902, shts. flded, unct, large
pap, 18.00; Rogers, 1896, 5.25; Koecker, 1898, large pap,
shts., 10.50; Eames, 1905, hlf mo, large pap, 12.00; An-
derson. 1905, large pap, hlf mo, 12.00.

1403. . Result of Some Researches among the British

Archives for Information relative to The Founders of
New England: made in the Years 1858, 1859 and 1860.
Originally collected for and published in the New Eng-
land Historical and Genealogical Register, and now cor-
rected and enlarged. Boston : Published at Office of N.
E. Hist. & Gen. Register, 1860. 4to, pp. 130, (i). Also
a Drake Catalogue of Americana, -j- 2cl ed. 1863.



DRAKE. 303

75 copies were printed on large paper. Three copies on What-
man's Drawing Paper.

Sold: 1860 ed. : Livermore, 1894, 3.25; S. L. Boardman,
1883, 2.50; Manson, 1899, 4.50; Hoffmann, 1877, I - 2 55
Menzies, 1876, hlf mo, git, unct, large pap, 4.00; Hoff-
mann, 1877, 3d ed., 1865, unct, 4.25 ; same sale, 1863, large
pap, 4.00; same sale, Whatman's drawing paper, 6.50;
Harold Peirce, 1903, cl, unct, 3.00; Shurtleff, 1875, 3.00;
Guild, 1887, 2.75; (1860), same sale, 1865 ed., 3.75;
Woodward, 1903, cl, 3.15; Stephens, 1904, hlf elf, unct,
3.00; Balcom, 1901, hlf mo, git, unct, 4.50; Allen, 1901,
3.00; Anderson, 1904, cl, 3.00; Libbie, 1904, 4.00; Libbie,
1905, cl, 4.50; 1865 ed. : Wales, 1903, levt mo, git, by
Bedford, 8.50.

1404. . Founders of New England. Result of Some Re-
searches among the British Archives for information re-
lating to the Founders of New England made in the
Years 1858-59-60. Privately reprinted. Boston : John
Wilson & Co., 1865. Roy. 4to, pp. xxi, 148. Map and
Portraits.

Large paper, 75 copies printed.

Sold: Livermore, 1894, 5.00; Cable, 1883, 2.00; Bourquin,
1894, 4.00.

1405. . The Witchcraft Delusion in Xew England; its

Rise, Progress, and Termination, as exhibited by Dr.
Cotton Mather, in the Wonders of the Invisible World ;
and by Mr. Robert Calef, in his More Wonders of the
Invisible World. With a Preface, Introduction, and
Notes. Roxbury, Mass. : Printed for W. Elliot Wood-
ward, 1866. 3 vols. 4to, xcviii, (4), 247, xxix, 212, 244.

Nos. 5, 6, 7 of Woodward's Historical Series. Copies on large
paper, royal octavo and royal quarto. 280 copies on large paper;
4 copies on Whatman's drawing paper.

Sold: Ed. 1865-6: Livermore, 1894, 3 vols., unct, large pap,
50 cops, publ., 4.85; same edition, sm. paper, 6.36; S. L.
Boardman, 1883, 4.50; Holbrow, 1892, copy on Whitman
drawing paper, unct, 8.25; Proud, 1903, 4.00; Bushnell,
1883, pap, unct, 3 v., 9.75 ; J. G. Smith, 1883, 7.1 1 ; Eames,
1905, hlf mo, git, 4.80 ; Eames, 1905, hlf mo, git. unct, by
Bradstreet, 7.20; Field, 1875, bds, unct, 9.37 : Bangs, 1894,



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4.87; Stephens, 1904, hlf mo, unct, 5.50; Hurst, 1904,
paper, unct, 6.20; Hoffmann, 1877, unct, 6.75; Shurtlefr",
1875, 6.00; Cooke, 1883, full mo, git, unct, drawing pap
copy, 19.50; same sale, 8vo, 11.25; Wales, 1903, pap,
unct, 14.25; Holliday, 1870, unct, large pap, 4.50; Bangs,
1901, hlf elf, 7.88; Stephens, 1904, large pap, unct, 9.30;
Perry, 1899, hlf mo, git, 4.80; Libbie, 1902, hlf mo, git,
unct, 6.50; Dayton, 1902, large pap, hlf mo, git, 10.12;
Cressy, 1903, paper, unct, 7.50; Stephens, 1904, hlf mo,
unct, 6.75; paper, unct, 10.50; Woodward, 1869, hlf
mo, turkey, extra, by Bradstreet, git top, 13.50; Wood-
ward, 1869, one of 4 copies printed on Whatman's
English drawing paper, 22.50; Woodward, fcap 4to
pap, unct, 1869, 8.25; Brinley, 1879, 9.00; May, 1903,
hlf mo, git, 14.25; Brinley, 1879, large paper, 10.50;
same sale, unct, largest pap, 9.00; May, 1903, large pap,
8.25 ; Barlow, 1890, hlf mo, git, unct, 7.50; the same, large
pap, 9.00; Balcom, 1901, 12.75; Matthews, 1897, I 5-7S>
Murphy, 1884, 15.75; Sherman, 1898, cl, git, unct, 7.50;
Olcott, 1901, pap, unct, 10.50; Rice, 1870, hlf levt mo, git
top, large pap, 19.50 ; Hurst, 1904, pap, presentation copy
from W. E. Woodward, with autograph, 5.55 ; Henkels.
1905, large paper, 6.75 ; O'Shaughnessy, 1905, large pap,
4.05 ; Anderson, 1905, large pap, 8.25.

1406. . Annals of Witchcraft in New England, and else-
where in the United States, from their first Settlement.
Drawn up from Unpublished and other Well Authenti-
cated Records, of the Alleged Operations of Witches and
their Instigator, the Devil. Boston : W. Elliot Wood-
ward, 1869. 4to, pp. 306.

Only 250 copies printed.

No. 8 of Woodward's Hist. Series.

Sold: Balcom, 1901, 6.00; Brinley, 1879, cl, extra, unct, 8.75 :
Bushnell, 1883, cl, unct, 3.25; Whitmore, 1902, unct,
4.00; Manson, 1899, 11.50; J. G. Smith, 1883, 4.12; Cooke,
1883, hlf mo, git, unct, by Matthews, 7.00; Proud, 1903,
4.00; Hassam, 1903, pap, 4.25; Stephens, 1904, hlf mo,
unct, 3.00; Hurst, 1904, pap, unct, 5.00; Miller &
Bancker, 1898, hlf mo, git, 8.00; Libbie, 1898, cl, unct.
4.75; Morris, 1899, 6.75; Bangs, 1899, large pap, 4.00;
Clogston, 1899, hlf mo, unct, 5.25; Poole, 1900, 5.12:
Cooley, 1902, pap, unct, 5.37; Libbie, 1903, 4.00; Hen-



DRAPER. 305

kels, 1905, large pap, 3.25 ; Hale, 1905, large pap, unct,
3-25-

1407. . A Particular History of the Five Years' French

and Indian War in New England and Parts adjacent,
from its Declaration by the King of France, March 15,
1744, to the Treaty with the Eastern Indians, Oct. 16,
1749, sometimes called Governor Shirley's War. With
a Memoir of Major-General Shirley, accompanied by his

i Portrait and other Engravings. Albany: Joel Munsell,

1870. 4to, pp. 312.*

Limited edition, some on large paper.

Sold: Sherman, 1898, cl, git, unct, 3.00; S. L. Boardman r
1883, hlf mo, unct, 1.50; Waterbury, 1895, unct, 4.00;
Manson, 1899, 6.50; Br. Ives, 1891, cl, unct, 4.00; M. D,
Gilman, 1884, 2.25 ; Menzies, 1876, hlf mo, git, unct, by
Bradstreet, 4.50; Hoffmann, 1877, hlf levt. mo, Brad-
street, 2.75 ; same sale, cl, unct, i.oo; Harold Peirce, 1903,
pap, unct, 5.50; Bangs, 1895, 4-Oo; Cooke, 1883, large
pap, 2.75; Henkels, 1902, large pap, unct, 3.50; Field,
1875, cl, unct, 3.50; Guild, 1887, large pap, 2.12; small
pap, 2.12; Pratt, 1899, 3.50; Polock, 1904, cl, unct, 2.75.

1408. . An Historical Memoir of the Colony of New Plym-
outh. Part 5. Boston: 1867. 8vo, pp. 145.

"A continuation of Baylies' Historical Memoir. See Baylies,
V. i. Contains additions to and corrections to that work, together
with an Index." Sabin.

Sold: Cooke, 1883, bds, unct, 3.50.

1409. . Early History of Georgia. Embracing the Em-
bassy of Sir Alexander Cuming to the Country of the
Cherokees, in the Year 1730. With a Map of the Chero-
kee Country, from a Draft made by the Indians (about
1750). Boston: Pr. by David Clapp & Son, 1872. 4to r
pp. 20.

Sold: Bushnell, 1883, i.oo; J. G. Smith, 1883, 25 cts. ; Chit-
tenden, 1894, 50 cts. ; S. L. Boardman, 1883, 35 cts. ; M.
D. Gilman, 1884, 50 cts.; Hoffmann, 1877, 1.35; Field r
1875, 50 cts.; Bangs, 1901, 4.00.

1410. DRAPER, JAMES. History of Spencer (Mass.), from its

Earliest Settlement to the Year 1841, including a Brief
t



3O6 DRAPER.

Sketch of Leicester to the Year 1753. Worcester:
Spooner & Rowland, 1841. 8vo, pp. 159. Map.

Sold: 1841 ed. : Olcott, 1901, cl, .75; Rice, 1870, 2d ed., hlf
brown mo, git, top, by Bradstreet,, 4.25 ; Brinley, 1879,
60 cts. ; J. G. Smith, 1883, 90 cts. ; Manson, 1899, 50 cts. ;
Cooke, 1883, 70 cts. ; Child, 1882, 62 cts.

1411. . History of Spencer from its Earliest Settlement to

the Year 1860, including- a Brief Sketch of Leicester to
the Year 1753. Second Edition, enlarged and improved.
Worcester: Henry J. Howland. n. d. I2ino, pp. 276.
Portrait.

Sold: Balcom, 1901, i.oo; Deane, 1898, bds, unct, 3.00;
Blanchard, 1898, hlf levt mo, git, unct, 3.00; AYoodward,
1869, 3.25; Roche, 1867, bds, unct, 1.62; Cable. 1883. 50
cts.; Bushnell, 1883, 1.13; Hoffmann, 1877, 1.25; Manson.
1899, 1.30; Shurtleff, 1875, 1.62; Guild, 1887, 5.50; Clog-
ston, 1875, 1.38.

1412. DRAPER, LYMAN COPELAND. Narrative of a Jour-

ney down the Ohio and Mississippi in 1789-90. By
Major Samuel S. Forman. With a Memoir and Illus-
trative Notes by Lyman C. Draper. Cincinnati : Robert
Clarke & Co., 1888. I2mo, pp. 67.

1413. . Madison, the Capital of Wisconsin; its Growth,

Progress, Condition, Wants, and Capabilities. Madison :
Calkins & Proudfit, 1857. 8vo > PP- 4 8 - Paper.*

Map, and picture of Madison on last cover.

Sold: Bourquin, 1894, 5 cts. ; Hoffmann, 1877, 10 cts. ; Hen-
kels, 1902, 25 cts.

King's Mountain and its Heroes: History of the
Battle of King's Mountain (Wisconsin), October 7th.
1780, and the Events which led to it. Portraits, maps
and plans. Cincinnati: Peter G. Thomson, 1881. 8vo,
pp. 612.

Sold: Hassam, 1903, cl, 4.10; Conland, 1904. cl, 4.00.

1415. DRAPER, SOLOMON. An Historical Sketch of Knox
County, Nebraska. Delivered July 4, 1876. Niobrara :
1876. 8vo, pp. 15.



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1416. DRAYTON, JOHN. A View of South Carolina, as re-

spects her Natural and Civil Concerns. Charleston:
Printed by W. P. Young, 1802. 8vo, 2 1., pp. 251. Map
and Plates.

A German version was issued at Weimar in 1808.
Sold: Rice, 1870, elf, git, unct, by Bradstreet, 12.25 ! Brin-
ley, 1880, 13.50; Brinley, 1893, lacks map, 4.50; Cable,
1882, bds, unct, 6.00; Roche, 1867, bds, unct, 10.00; Bar-
low, 1890, hlf mo, 10.50; Bourquin, 1894, 3.20; Hoff-
mann, 1877, hlf mo, git, by Bradstreet, 12.25 > same sale,
bds, unct, 5.00.

1417. . Memoirs | of the | American Revolution, | from its

Commencement to the Year 1776, inclusive; | as relating
to The State of South Carolina; and occasionally re-
ferring to the States of | North Carolina and Georgia, j



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