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8vo, boards, uncut. Philadelphia, 1831.

1747 Hayward (George). Human Physiology. Engravings,

12mo, sheej). Boston, 1834.

1748 Hayward (John). A . Gazetteer of Massachusetts.

Plates, 12mo, Aa^ morocco, ^«7^. Boston, 1847.

1 749 Hayward. A Gazetteer of the United States of Ameri-

ca. 8yo, cloth. Hartford, 1853.

1750 Hazard (Joseph). Poems on Yarious Subjects. 12mo,

sheep. Brooklyn, N. Y., Published by the Author, 1814.

1751 Hazard (Samuel). Annals of Pennsylvania, from the

Discovery of the Delaware. 8vo, cloth.

Philadelphia, 1850.

1752 Hazen (Edward). The Panorama of Professions and

Trades, or Every Man's Book. 82 Engravings. Square
8vo, half morocco. Philadelphia, (1836.)

1753 Hazlitt (W. Carew). Remains of the Early Popular

Poetry of England, collected and Edited, with Introduc-
tions and Notes, by W. Carew Hazlitt. Crown 8vo,
cloth, uncut. London, 1864.

Large paper ; few copies printed.

1754 Head (Mrs. T.) The Pious Mother, or Evidences for

Heaven. Written in the year 1650. 12mo, pp. 35.

Cambridge, 1812.

1755 Heads of the People, or Portraits of the English.

Drawn by Henry Meadows. With Original Essays by
Distinguished, Writers. 8vo, cloth.

Philadelphia, 1841.

1756 Headley (Rev. J. T.) Rambles and Sketches. 12mo,

cloth. New York, 1851.


1757 Health Restor'd, or the Triumphs of Nature over Phy-

sick, Doctors and Apothecaries. 8vo, pp. 124.

London, 1740.

1758 Heard (Franklin F.) The Legal Acquirements of

William Shakspeare. Rubricated title. Royal 4to,
uncut. Boston, 1865.

Large paper. Edition only 60 copies.

1759 Heber (Reginald). Life of the Right Rev. Jer. Taylor,

D. D. Port. 12mo, cloth, uncut. Hartford, 1832.

1760 Hedge (Rev. Frederick H.) Hymns for the Church of

Christ. 12mo, morocco. Boston, 1853.

1761 Heeren (A. H. L.) History of the Political System of

Europe and its Colonies, From the Discovery of Amer-
ica to the Independence of the American Continent.
2 Vols. 8vo, hoards, uncut.

Northampton, Mass., 1829.

1762 Helderbergia, or the Apotheosis of the Heroes of the

Anti-rent War. 8vo, pp. 54. Albany, J. Munsell, 1855.

1763 Hellenbrock (Abraham). Discourse on the Songs of

Solomon. Published at Rotterdam, Anno. 1717.
Translated from the Dutch. 8vo, pp. 31.

Boston, N. B., 1742.

1764 Hemenwat (Abby Maria). Vermont Quarterly Gazet-

teer, a Historical Magazine, embracing a Digest of the
History of Each Town. 6 Nos. 8vo, uncut. All pub-
lished. Ludlow, Vt., 1860-63.

1765 Hemmenway (Moses). Seven Sermons on the Obliga-

tions and Encouragement of the Unregenerate to labor
for the Meat which endureth to Everlasting Life.
Preached in the First Parish in Wells. 12mo, pp. 204,
uncut. Scarce. Boston, N. E., 1767.

1766 Hemmenway. Remarks on the Rev. Mr. Emmons's Dis-

sertation on the Scriptural Qualifications for Admission
and Access to the Christian Sacraments. 8vo, pp. 86,
uncut. Boston, mdccxciv.


1767 Henfrey (Benjamin). A Plan for Forming a Company,

to work Mines in the United States, and to Smelt and
Refine the Ores, whether of Copper, Lead, Tin, Silver
or Gold. 8vo, pp. 34. Scarce. Philadelphia, 1797.

1768 Henningsen (C. F.) The Past and Future of Hungary.

Map. 8vo, pp. 63. Cincinnati, 1852.

1769 Henry (John). An Accurate and Interesting Account

of the Hardships and Sufferings of that Band of Heroes,
who traversed the Wilderness, in the Campaign against
Quebec in 1775. 12mo, hoards. Scarce.

Lancaster, 1812.

1770 Henry (Matthew). A Memorial of the Fire of the

Lord, in a Sermon Preach'd Sept. 2d, 1713, being the
day of the Commemoration of the Burning of London,
in 1666, at Mr. Reynold's Meeting-Place, near the Mon-
ument. 8vo, pp. 30. London, mdccxiii.

1771 Hbrr (Prof. Rudolph). The Jeweller's Handbook,

containing thirty practical Methods for Galvanizing,
Electro-Plating and Colorintr, with Gold, Silver and
Copper, on all kinds of Metals, without any apparatus.
12mo, pp. 104, uncut. Albany, J. Munsell, 1855.

1772 Herald of Peace. (27 Nos.) London, v.y.

1773 Herbert (Charles). A Relic of the Revolution, con-

taining a Full and Particular Account of the Sufferings
of all the American Prisoners captured on the High
Seas, and carried into Plymouth, England, during the
Revolution of 1776. 12mo, cloth. Scarce.

Boston, 1847.

1774 Herndon and Gibbon. Exploration of the Valley of the

Amazon, with Vol. of Maps. Numerous Plates. 4
Vols. 8vo, cloth. Washington, 1854.

1775 Hervey (James). Meditations and Contemplations.

2 Vols, in one. 12mo, calf. Edinburgh, mdcclxvti.

1776 Hervey. Meditations. 2 Vols, in one. 8vo, sheep.

London, 1771.


1777 Hervey. Meditations and Contemplations. With En-

gravings. 8vo, sheep, gilt. Bungay, 1816.

1778 Hetzel (A. K.) Military Laws of the United States.

Third Edition. 8yo, sheep. Washington City, 1846.

1773 [Hewatt (Alex.)] An Historical Account of the Rise
and Progress of the Colonies of South Carolina and
Georgia. 2 Vols. 8vo, calf. London, mdcclxxix.

1780 Hewins (James M.) Hints concerning Church Music,

the Liturgy, and Kindred Subjects. 12mo, cloth.

Boston, 1856.

1781 HiCKES (George). A Sermon Preached at the Cathe-

dral Church of Worcester, on the 29th of May, 1684,
being the Anniversary Day of His Majesty's Birth and
Happy Restoration. 4to. London, 1684.

1782 Hicks (Thomas). Eulogy .on Thomas Crawford.

Plates on India paper. 4to, paper uncut.

New York, Privately Printed, 1865.
Large paper. Edition only 25 copies.

1783 Hicks. Eulogy on Thomas Crawford. Plates. 8vo,

boards, uncut. New York, Privately Printed, 1865.

Edition 70 copies.

1784 Hicks (William). The Science of Society, or True So-

cialism. 12mo, pp. 152. Cleveland, 1852.

1785 HiCKEY (W.) The Constitution, The Declaration of

Independenpe, The Articles of Confederation, The
Prominent Political Acts of George Washington, etc.
l2mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1854.

1786 High (The) Private. With a full and exciting History
• of the New York Volunteers. 12mo, pp. 60.

New York, 1848.

/ 1787 High Road to Hell, Another. An Essay Occasioned by

x/ a Pamphlet, entitled " The Stage the High Road to

Hell," &c. 8vo, pp. 21. Boston, 1768.

1788 HiLDRETH (Richard). The I^ife of William Henry Har-
rison. 24mQ. Boston, 1840.


1789 HiLDRETH. Bauks, Banking and Paper Currency.

History of Banking and Paper Money. 12 mo, half
bound. Boston, 1840.

1790 HiLDRETH (S. P.) Biographical and Historical Memoirs

of the Early Settlers of Ohio, with Narratives of Inci-
dents and Occurrences, in 1775, Engravings. 8vo,
cloth. Cincinnati, 1852.

1791 Hill (Aaron). The Dramatic Works of. In 2 Yols.

Port. 8vo, calf. London, mdcclx.

1792 Hill. The Works of. In 4 Yols. With an Essay on

the Art of Acting. 8vo, calf, gilt. London, mdccliii.

1793 Hill (G. C.) Capt. John Smith. A Biography.

Plates. \1mo, cloth. Boston, 1859.

1794 HiLLER (Joseph). A Charge delivered at St. Peters'

Church, in Salem, to the Brethren of the Essex Lodge
of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons. Small 4to, pp.
14. Salem, [1781.]

1795 HiLLHOUSB (James A.) Hadad, a Dramatic Poem. 8vo.

hoards, uncut. New York, mdcccxxv.

1796 HiLLARD (Geo. S.) A Discourse before the New Eng-

land Society in the City of New York, Dec. 22, 1851.
8vo, pp. 31. New York, 1852.

1797 HiLLARD. The Dangers and Duties of the Mercantile

Profession. 24mo, cloth. Boston, 1850.

1798 HiLLiARD (Henry W.) Milton's Eve. 8vo, pp. 24.

Montgomery, 1860.

1799 HiLLiARD (Timothy). Sermon. Ordination of Rev.

John Andrews, Newburyport. 8vo, pp. 52.

Newburyport, 1789.

1800 HiLLiARD. A Sermon delivered at Cambridge, on Thurs-

day, the Eighteenth of November, immediately preced-
ing the Execution of Alexander White, Richard Bar-
rick and John Sullivan, with an Appendix, exhibiting
some Account of their Conversation and Behavior in

Prison, &c. 8vo, pp. 32.

Boston, E. Russell, mdcclxxv.


1801 HiNES (Rev. Gustavus). Oregon, its History, Condition

and Prospects. Port. 12mo, cloth. Buffalo, 1855.

1802 HiNMAN (R. R.) Letters from the English Kings and

Queens, Charles XL, James II., William and Mary, Anne,
George II., &c., to the Governors of the Colony of
Connecticut, together with the Answers thereto, from
1 635 to 1749, and other Original, Ancient, Literary and
Curious Documents, compiled from Files and Records in
the Office of the Secretary of the State of Connecticut.
VlmOjcloth. Hartford, 1836.

1803 HiNMAN. Catalogue of the First Puritan Settlers of the

Colony of Connecticut. No. 5. 8vo, uncut.

Hartford, 1856.

1804 Hints and Sketches. 24mo, cloth. Boston, 1836.

1805 Hints for the Improvement of Early Education, and

Nursery Discipline. 12 mo, hoards, uncut.

Salem, 1826.

1806 Hurst (Henry B.) The Book of Cage Birds. 12mo,

cloth. Philadelphia, 1843.

1807 History (A) of the Railroad Conflict in New Jersey.

8vo,pp. 80. Trenton, 1860.

1808 History of the Gift Book Business. 16mo, pp. 56.

Boston, 1859.

1809 History of the Adventures and Sufferings of Moses

Smith, during Five Years of his Life, from the begin-
ning of the year 1806, when he was betrayed into the
Miranda Expedition, until June, 1811. With a Bio-
graphical Sketch of Gen. Miranda. 12mo, pp. 146.

Albany, 1814.

1810 History of the Life and Actions of Andrew Jackson.

By a Free Man. 12mo, hoards. Boston, 1831.

1811 History of the New England States. Numerous En-

gravings. 8vo, shee]). Wants title page.

1812 History of the Hottentots. Numerous Engravings. 8vo,

sheep. Wants title, and two pages.


1813 History of the Baptist Churches, composing the Stur-

bridge Association, from their Origin to 1843. 24mo,
pp. 54. New York, 1844.

1814 History of the Priesthood, from the Beginning of the

World to the Present Time. 12mo, pp. 168, uncut.


A Mormon Work.

1815 History of British Costume. Engravings. 24mo, mZ/'.

London, mdcccxxxiv.

1816 History of the United States, to the close of the War in

1815. 12mo, sheep. New York, 1827.

1817 History of the Life and Reign of Prince Edward, after-

wards King Edward the First. 8vo, pp, 26.

London, 1739.

1818 History of the Issues of Paper Money in the American

Colonies, anterior to the Revolution. 8vo, pp. 20.

St. Louis, 1851.

1819 History of the Strange Sounds, or Rappings, heard in

Rochester and Western New York, and usually called.
The Mysterious Noises, which are supposed by many to
be Communications from the Spirit World. 12mo, pp.
80. Rochester, 1850.

1820 History (The) of the Davenport Family, in which is

displayed a Striking Contrast between Haughty Indo-
lence and Healthful Activity, in the characters of the
young Davenports and their cousins, Sophia and Amelia.
Essay, Interspersed with moral Reflections, by H. S.
2 Vols, in one. Embellished with Engravings. 24mo,
half morocco. Boston, 1798.

A good specimen of children's books of the last century.

1821 History (The) of North America. Customs and Man-

ners of the Original Inhabitants, etc. By the Rev. Mr.
Cooper. Syo, sheep. Imperfect. Philadelphia, 1797.

1822 History (The) of North America. By the Reverend

Mr. Cooper. To which is added the Constitution of
the United States, The Declaration of Independence,


and Washington's Farewell Address. 12mO; sheep.
Scarce. Albany, 1815.

1823 History (The) of Rustau and Mh'za, in the manner of

Sterne. 12mo, pp. 30. Banbury.

1824 History (The) of the Lives and Bloody Exploits of the

Most Noted Pirates, their Trials and Executions. Em-
bellished with Engravings from Original Designs.
12mo, calf, gilt. Hartford, Ct., 1835.

1825 History (The) of Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of the

French, and King of Italy. With two Engravings.
\2mo J sheep. Scarce. Baltimore, 1806.

1826 History (The) of Napoleon HI. Penned and Penciled

by William North. Numerous Illustrations. 8vo, pp.
48. Cincinnati, 1853.

1827 History (The) of the Hutchinson Family. 12mo, pp.

48. . ' New York, 1852.

1828 History (The) of the Lives, Acts and Martyrdoms of

those Blessed Christians, who were Contemporary with,
or immediately succeeded the Apostles, with Cuts of
the several ways by which they were put to Death by
their bloody Persecutors. 8vo, sheep. Scarce.

Manchester, mdcclxxxv.

1829 History (The) of Whittington and his Cat. 16mo, pp.

32. Dumfries, mdcccxxxiv.

1830 History (The) of Dungeon Rock. By Enesee. 12mo,

pp. 75. Boston, 1859.

1831 History (The) of the Buccaneers of America. 3 Vols.

24mo, boards, uncut. New York, 1826.

1832 History (The) of Don Francisco De Miranda's Attempt

to effect a Revolution in South America, in a Series of
Letters. To which is annexed, Sketches of the Life of
Miranda, etc. 12mo, sheep. Boston, 1810.

1833 History (The) of the Origin, Rise and Progress of the

War in America, between Great Britain and her Colo-


nies, from its Commencement, in the year 1764, to the
time of General Gage's arrival at Boston, in 1774.
2 Vols. 8vo, uncut. Rare.

Boston, T. & J. Fleet, mdcclxxx.

1834 History (The) of the Life and Adventures of Mr. An-

derson, containing his strange Varieties of Fortune, iu
Europe and America. 12mo, sheep.

Berwick, mdcclxxxii.

1835 Historical (An) Sketch of the Paper Money issued by

Pennsylvania. 8vo, pp. 40. Philadelphia, 1862.

1836 Historical (An) Sketch of the Convention of the Con-

gregational Ministers in Massachusetts. 8vo, pp. 32.

Cambridge, 1821.

1837 Historical and Biographical Memoirs of George Vil-
liers, I., Duke of Buckingham. Port. 4:to, half morocco.

London, mdcccxix.

1838 Historical Collections of the Essex Institute. 6 Vols.

Small 4to, half morocco. Salem, 1859-1864.

1839 Historical Parallels. Vol. I. 18rao, cloth.

Boston, 1831.

1 840 Historical Review of the Administration of Mr. Necker,

written by Himself. 8yo, half bound. London, 1791.

1841 Historical Sketch of Continental Paper Money. By

Samuel Breck. 8vo, pp. 34. Philadelphia, 1863.

1 842 Historical Sketdi of Boston, containing a brief account

of its Settlement, Rise and Progress. 12mo, pp. 96.

Boston, 1861.

1843 Historical (The) Magr.zine, and Notes and Queries

concerning the Antiquities, History and Biography of
America. Vols I. to V. half green turkey morocco,
gilt top. Vols. VL to XIL, in Nos.

- Boston and New York, 1851-68.

1844 Highborn (Benjamin). Oration delivered at Boston,

March 5, 1877. 12mo. s.l.s.a.


1845 Hitchcock (D. K.) Preservation of the Teeth. En

gravin^s. G4mo, cloth, Boston, 1840

1846 Hitchcock (Edward R.) History of a Zoological Tern

perance Convention, held in Central Africa, in 1847
Plates. 16mo, cloth. Northampton, 1850

1847 Hitchcock. Report on a Re-Examination of the Eco

nomical Geology of Massachusetts. 8vo, pp. 139, un
cut. Boston, 1838

1848 Hitchcock. Peculiar Phenomena in the Four Seasons

Illustrated. 12mo, cloth. Boston, 1853

1849 Hitchcock (Enos). Discourse at the Dedication of the

New Congregational Meeting-house in Providence, Nov
10, 1775. 8vo, pp. 17, uncut. Rare.

Brookfield, Mass., 1793

1850 HoADLEY (Benjamin). Several Tracts in One Volume

8vo, calf. London, mdccxv

1851 Hobart (J. H.) Sermon at the Consecration of Trinity

Church, Newark, N. J., May 21, A. D. 1810. 8vo, pp
41, uncut. New York, 1810

1852 Hobart. A Statement addressed to the Episcopalians,

in the State of New York, Relative to some Recent
Events, in the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the said
State. 8vo, pp. 99, uncut. New York, 1812.

1853 Hobart. Funeral Sermons (3), by Wainwright, Onder-

donk and Gruyon.

1854 Hodgson (Adam). Letters from North America, writ.

ten During a Tour in the United States and Canada.
2 Vols. Plates. 8vo, hoards^ uncut. Very fine copy.

London, 1824.

1855 HoGAN (J. Sheridan). Canada. An Essay, to which

was awarded the First Prize by the Paris Exhibition
Committe of Canada. Engravings and Map. 8vo, red
morocco, gilt. Montreal, 1855.

1856 HoGAN. Canada. An Essay. 8vo, pp. 86.

Montreal, 1855.


1857 Hogg (James). The Shepherd's Calendar. 2 Vols.

12mo, uncut. ' New York, 1829.

1858 HoLBROOK (J.) Ten Years among the Mail Bags, or"

Notes from the Diary of a Special Agent, of the Post
Oifice Department, with Illustrations. 12mo, cloth.

Philadelphia, 1856.

1859 HoLBROOK (John Edwards). North American Herpe-

tology, or a Description of the Reptiles inhabiting tlie
United States. Numerous colored Plates. 3 Yols.
4to. Scarce. Philadelphia, 1836-38.

1860 HoLCROPT (Thomas). The Life of Baron Frederick

Trenck, containing his Adventures, and his cruel and
Excessive Sufferings during ten years Imprisonment.
Port. 3 Yols. in one. 12mo, sheep. Boston, 1793.

1861 HoLCROPT. The Life of Baron Frederick Trenck, con-

taining his Adventures, and also his Sufferings during
ten years Imprisonment. 8vo, half morocco.

Albany, J. Munsell, 1853.

1862 HoLCROPT. . The Life of Baron Frederick Trenck. 24mo,

hoards. New York, 1803.

1863 HoLDEN (Horace). A Narrative of the Shipwreck, Cap-

tivity and Sufferings of Horace Holden and Benj. H.
Nute, who were cast away in the American Ship Mentor,
on the Pelew Islands, in the year 1832, and for two
years afterwards were subjected to unheard of suffer-
ings among the barbarous inhabitants of Lord North's
Island. 24mo, cloth. Boston, 1836.

1864 Holland (E. G.) Reviews and Essays. 12mo, cloth.

Boston, 1849.

1865 Holland (Josiah G.) History of Western Massachu-

setts, the Counties of Hampden, Hampshire, Franklin
and Berkshire, Embracing an outline of general history
of the section, and account of its scientific aspects and
leading interests, and separate histories of its one hun-
dred towns; in 2 Yols. 3 ports. Map. 12mo, cloth.

Springfield, 1855.


J866 HoLLEY (Mrs. Mary Austin). Texas. Observations, His-
"" torical, GeograpMcal and Descriptive, Written during a
visit to Austin's Colony in 1831. 12mo, cloth.

Baltimore, 1833.

1867 HoLLEY. Texas. 12mo, cloth. Scarce.

Lexington, Ky., 1836.

1868 HoLLisTER (G. H.) Tlie History of Connecticut, from
w' -■ the First Settlement of the Colony, to the Adoption of

. \^y the Present Constitution. 2 Vols. Ports. 8vo, sheep.

New Haven, 1855.

1869 HoLLOWAY (William). The Peasant's Fate, With Mis-

cellaneous Pieces. Plates. 16mo, sheep.

London, 1802.

1870 Holmes (Abiel). American Annals, or a Chronological

History of America, from its Discovery in 1492 to 1806.
Maps. 2 Vols. 8vo, half calf . London, 1813.

1871 Holmes. The Life of Ezra Stiles, D. D., LL. D. 8vo,

sheep, ■ • Boston, 1798.

1872 Holmes. Two Sermons at Cambridge, 25th Jan. 1829,.

the xxxviith Anniversary of the Author's Installment.
8vo, pp. 31, tmcut. Cambridge, 1829.

1873 Holmes. Address before the American Antiquarian So-

ciety, Oct. 24, 1814. 8vo, pp. 27. Boston, 1814.

1874 Holmes (0. W.) Homoeopathy, and its kindred delu-

sions. 12mo, boards. Boston, 1842.

1875 Holy Bible. IQmo, full morocco, gilt bands and clasp,.

gilt edges. London^ 1857.

From the Cargo of Anglo-Rebel Blockade runner Miunai.

ISIQ Holyokb (Edward). The Duty of Ministers of the
Gospel to guard against the Pharisaism and Sadducism
of the Present Day. A Sermon Preached May 28^
1741' Boston, Printed by T, Fleet, 174L


1877 HoLYOKE. Sermon Preached at the Ordination of the

Reverend Mr. James Diman, over a Church of Christ
in Salem, May 11, 1737. 8vo, pp. 47.

Boston, Printed by Thomas Fleet, at the Heart and

Crown, in Cornhill, 1737.

1878 HoMANS ( J. Smith), Banker's Magazine, January, 1 854.

8vo. New York, 1854.

Contains a valuable article ou Law's Mississippi Scheme.

1879 Home Conversations, on what are commonly called Little

Things. 24mo. New York, 1853.

1880 Home (The) Missionary. (296 Nos.) Nearly complete

from the beginning. New York, 1829-66.

1881 Homilies of the Church of England. (58) Tracts.

London, v.y.

1882 Hone (William). Ancient Mysteries Described, espec-

ially the English Miracle Plays, founded on Apocry-
phal New Testament Story, extant among the Unpub-
lished Manuscripts in the British Museum ; including
Notices of Ecclesiastical Shows, the Festivals of Fools
and Asses, the English Boy-Bishop, the Descent into
Hell, the Lord Mayor's Show, the Guildhall Giants,
Christmas Carols, &c. With Engravings on Copper
and Wood. 8vo, boards, unciit. London, 1823.

1883 Hood (Thomas). Up the Rhine. With Comic Illus.

trations. 16mo, cloth. New York, 1852.

1884 Hook (Walter F.) Mutual Forbearance Recommended

in Things Indifferent. 8vo, pp. 24. New York, 1843.

1885 Hooper (Wm.) Jesus Christ the only way to the Fa-

ther. A Sermon at Boston, Dec. 24, 1741. 8vo, pp.
22. Boston, 1742.

1886 Hope (Thomas). Anastasius. Yol. H. 12mo, cloth.

New York, 1831.

1887 Hopkins (Albert). Centennial Commemoration, Berk-

shire Association. Historical Discourse. 8vo, pp. 56.

Boston, 1864.



1888 Hopkins (A. T.) The Evils and Remedy of Lewdness.

8vo, pp. 36. Utica, 1834.

1889 Hopkins (Eev. Ezekiel). An Exposition of the Ten

Commandments. 12mo, half morocco. New York.

1890 HoRDYNSKi (Joseph). History of the late Polish Revo-
lution, and the Events of the Campaign. Ports, and
Plans. 8vo, morocco.

Boston, Printed for Subscribers, 1833.

1891 Horn (Hosea B.) Overland Guide to California.

24mo, cloth. ' New York, 1852,

1892 HORNE (R. H.) The South-Sea Sisters. 8vo, pp. 31.

Melbourne, Australia, 1866.

1893 HoRNE. A New Spirit of the Age. 24mo, pp. 365.

New York, 1844.

1894 HoRNE (Thos. H.) An Introduction to the Critical

Study and Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures. 4 Vols.
■ Vol. I. wanting. Vol. IV duplicated. 8vo, hoards, un-
cut. Philadelphia, 1825.

1895 HoRNE (Thomas). A Sermon Preached in His Majesty's

Chapel, Feb. 8th, 1685, being the Sunday after the
Death of His late Sacred Majesty, King Charles the
Second, of Blessed Memory. 4to. . London, 1685.

1896 Horrible Confessions of the Pirate and Murderer,

Charles Gibbs, who acknowledges to taking the lives of
no less than Four Hundred Human Beings. 12mo, pp.
24. Printed for the Purchasers, 1831.

1897 Horticultural Register. 4 Vols. 2 in Cloth. 2 in

Nos. 8vo, uncut. Boston, 1835-38.

1898 Horry (Brig. Gen. P.) The Life of Gen. Francis Mar-
ion, a Celebrated Partisan Officer in the Revolutionary
War, against the British and Tories in South Carolina

and Georgia. 12mo, sheep. Frankford, 1826.

1899 Hough (Franklin B.) The Northern Invasion of Octo-

ber, 1780. A Series of Papers Relating to the Expedi-
tion from Canada, under Sir John Johnson and others.


against the Frontiers of New York, which was supposed
to have connection with Arnold's Treason. Illustra-
tions. Imp. Syo, paper. New York, 1866.

Bradford Club Series, No. 6. Edition, 80 copies.

1900 Hough. Plan for Seizing and Carrying to New York,

Col. Wm. Goffe, the Regicide, as set forth in the Affida-
vit of John Lindon, April 20, 1678. Small Syo, hoards.
Rare. Albany, mdccclv.

1901 Hough. Proclamations for Thanksgiving, issued by the

Continental Congress, President Washington, by
the National and State Governments, on the Peace of
1815, etc. With an Historical Introduction and Notes.
Imp. 8vo, boards, uncut.

Albany, Munsell & Rowland, 1858.

1902 Hough. History of the Census in New York, and Plan

Proposed for the State Census of 1865. 8vo, pp. 35,
uncut. Albany, J. Munsell, 1866.

1903 Hough. A History of Jefferson County, New York.

Ports, and Engravings. 8vo, cloth. Scarce.

Albany, J. Munsell, 1854.

1904 Hough. A History of Lewis County, New York.

Ports. 8vo, half morocco. Albany, J. Munsell, 1860.

1905 Hough. Papers Relating to the Island of Nantucket.

With Documents relating to the Original Settlement of
that Island, Martha's Vineyard, and others adjacent,
known as Duke's County, while under the Colony of
New York. Map and Fac-simile Autographs. Fcap
4to, half calf, sprinkled edges.

Albany, J. Munsell, 1856.

Privately printed ; and only 100 copies. Uniform with MunseU's Series.

1906 Hough. Washingtoniana, or Memorials of the Death of

George Washington, with a List of Tracts and Volumes
printed upon the occasion, and a Catalogue of Medals
commemorating the event, 2 Vols. 4to, paper uncut.

Roxbury, 1865.

Printed by J. Munsell. Large paper. Edition, 91 copies.


1^07 Hough. The same. 2 Yols. Imp. 8vo, tinted paper,
uncut. Roxbuiy, 1865.

Printed by J. Munsell. Edition, 200 copies.

1908 Hough. Memoir of the late War in North America, be-

tween the French and English, 1755-60. Translation
of Pouchot's Work. Numerous Maps, Plates and other
Illustrations. 2 Yols. Royal 8vo, paper uncut.

Roxbury, 1866.
Edition, 143 copies.

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