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Address to the landholders and farmers of Newport County
1 Address to the landholders and farmers of Newport County
Providence, Printed at the office of the Daily advertiser 1829-01-01 B003OMGRNK Reprint Hardcover Good 
B003OMGRNK 1829, Providence: Printed at the Office of the Daily Advertiser. Second Edition. 22 pages. Good/None. "Delivered by Hon. Tristam Burges, at a meeting of the Friends of Messrs. Pearce and Burges, Holden at Howland's Ferry Bridge, August, 7, 1829." This relatively scarce copy, bound in tied paper wrappers, has significant foxing and soiling to the covers and throughout the text. There is wear and chipping at the extremities. 100% satisfaction guaranteed. We ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. 
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The life of Alexander Hamilton
2 The life of Alexander Hamilton
New York Printed for the Hamilton Club 1865-01-01 B003OKN62W Reprint Hardcover Very Good 
B003OKN62W 1865, Printed for the Hamilton Club of New York. Book No. 1 in the series printed exclusively for the membership. Very Good/None. 60 pages. This copy is hand-numbered #18 of 20 copies in the 4to size. The text block measures approximately 9.5 inches (height) by 6 inches (width). Originally published in wraps, this copy has been rebound in an attractive three-quarter leather binding with marbled endpapers. The previoius owner's bookplate (L.Z. Leiter, co-founder of Marshall Field & Company) has been affixed to the front paste down marbled endpaper. The text is unmarked, with the top edge gilt, and the binding is sturdy. There is minor wear and scuffing to the binding, primarily at the extremities, but also at the center of the front cover. An attractive and collectible copy of this relatively scarce book on one of our nation's founding fathers. 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed. We process and ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. 
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The merits of Thomas W. Dorr and George Bancroft, as they are politically connected
3 The merits of Thomas W. Dorr and George Bancroft, as they are politically connected
Boston, Printed by J.H. Eastburn 1844-01-01 B003OM0H2W Reprint Hardcover Good 
B003OM0H2W 1844, Printed by John H. Eastburn of Boston. Authored by a "Citizen of Massachusetts", who was George Ticknor Curtis. 36 pages. Very Good/None. This scarce copy, bound in tied paper wrappers, has minimal wear and chipping at the extremities. The text is unmarked. "The late insurrection in Rhode Island, which was crushed by the vigor and firmness of the people of that State, and the fate of the principal leader in that insurrection have derived no small imporatnce of two of our prominent politicians, one of whom has been and the other of whom seeks to be Governor of this Commonwealth." 100% satisfaction guaranteed. We ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. 
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Letters to Alexander Hamilton, King of the Feds (Hamilton Club series), Callender, James Thomson
4 Callender, James Thomson Letters to Alexander Hamilton, King of the Feds (Hamilton Club series)
Printed for the Hamilton Club 1866-01-01 B00088JHDU Very Good 
B00088JHDU 1865, Printed for the Hamilton Club of New York. Book No. 4 in the series printed exclusively for the membership. Very Good/None. 89 pages. One of 20 copies published in a Limited Edition (4to), although this copy is not hand-numbered. The text block measures approximately 9.5 inches (height) by 6 inches (width). Originally published in wraps, this copy has been rebound in an attractive three-quarter leather binding with marbled endpapers. The previous owner's bookplate (L.Z. Leiter, co-founder of Marshall Field & Company) has been affixed to the front paste down marbled endpaper. The text is unmarked, with the top edge gilt, and the binding is sturdy. There is minor wear and scuffing to the binding, primarily at the extremities, but also at the center of the front cover. An attractive and collectible copy. 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed. We process and ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. 
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The American Settler's Guide: A Popular Exposition of the Public Land System of the United States of America., COPP, HENRY N.
5 COPP, HENRY N. The American Settler's Guide: A Popular Exposition of the Public Land System of the United States of America.
Published by the Editor 1882-01-01 B00FAVEWP8 Third Edition Hardcover Good 
B00FAVEWP8 1882, Published by the Editor, Washington, D.C. 3rd Edition. 114 pages, plus a section of ads at the rear. Copp was the editor of Copp's Public Land Laws, US. Mining Decisions, U.S. Mineral Lands, Hand-Book of Mining Law, American Mining Code, and Copp's Land Owner. This copy has significant wear and soiling to the brown boards, with the title in gilt. There are light chips at the head and foot of the spine. The previous owner's name is written and blindstamped on the front free endpaper. The text is unmarked and the binding is sturdy. Includes turn of the century information for pioneers on surveying, homesteading, law, timber culture, "where to settle" and the like. 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed. We process and ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. 
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Wild Animals and Settlers on the Great Plains, Fleharty, Eugene D.
6 Fleharty, Eugene D. Wild Animals and Settlers on the Great Plains
University of Oklahoma Press 1995-05-15 0806127090 / 9780806127095 First Edition Hardcover Fine 
0806127090 1995 University of Oklahoma Press, 1st Printing. Signed by author Eugene "Gene" Flaherty on the front free endpaper with a brief and anonymous inscription. Fine/Near Fine. This hardcover copy, in a like new dustjacket with minimal scratching, is in excellent condition. The text is unmarked and the binding is sturdy. "This unique history chronicles reciprocal relations between settlers and the native fauna of Kansas from the end of the Civil War until 1880. While including the development of early-day conservation and game laws, zoologist Eugene D. Fleharty tells of wanton wastefulness on the frontier, but also curiosity, concern, and creativity on the part of individual settlers, who hunted and fished for food and recreation or simply wondered at the animals? antics." 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed. We process and ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. The sale of this item benefits the Salina Public Library. 
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The Constitution of State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, Jenckes, Thos. A. (Sec'ry); Bowden, Henry (Secr'y)
7 Jenckes, Thos. A. (Sec'ry); Bowden, Henry (Secr'y) The Constitution of State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations
Knowles and Vose 1842-01-01 B003EN8MFU Paperback Good 
B003EN8MFU 1842, Printed by Knowles and Vose of Providence. 24 pages, bound in tied paper wrappers. "As adopted by the Convention, assembled at Newport, September, 1842." This relatively scarce copy has significant foxing and soiling to the covers and throughout the text. There is light wear and chipping at the extremities. 100% satisfaction guaranteed. We ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. 
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The Hamiltoniad : Hamilton Club Series, No. 3, John Williams
8 John Williams The Hamiltoniad : Hamilton Club Series, No. 3
Printed for the Hamilton Club 1865-01-01 B00E0KCN0G Hardcover Very Good 
B00E0KCN0G 1865, Printed for the Hamilton Club of New York. Book No. 3 in the series printed exclusively for the membership. Very Good/None. 122 pages. This copy is hand-numbered #18 of 20 copies in the 4to size. The text block measures approximately 9.5 inches (height) by 6 inches (width). Originally published in wraps, this copy has been rebound in an attractive three-quarter leather binding with marbled endpapers. The previoius owner's bookplate (L.Z. Leiter, co-founder of Marshall Field & Company) has been affixed to the front paste down marbled endpaper. The text is unmarked, with the top edge gilt, and the binding is sturdy. There is minor wear and scuffing to the binding, primarily at the extremities, but also at the center of the front cover. An attractive and collectible copy. 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed. We process and ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. 
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The Conspiracy to Defeat the Liberation of Governor Dorr! or the Hunkers and Algerines Identified, and their Policy Unveiled., John Windt
9 John Windt The Conspiracy to Defeat the Liberation of Governor Dorr! or the Hunkers and Algerines Identified, and their Policy Unveiled.
John Windt 1845 PAPERBACK Good 
1845, Printed and Published by John Windt of New York. 47 pages, followed by a 2 page introduction/advertisement for "Young America!" on the rear cover. This scarce original booklet, bound in printed pictorial wrappers, has general wear and chipping at the extremities. The text is unmarked and the binding is intact, although somewhat fragile due to the thin nature of the paper stock. There is a four inch closed tear at the top left corner of the front cover. The inside front cover features an ad for "Treason Defined" by Francis Treadwell. 100% satisfaction guaranteed. We ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. 
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High country empire;: The high plains and Rockies, Robert G Athearn
10 Robert G Athearn High country empire;: The high plains and Rockies
McGraw-Hill 1960-01-01 B0007EYQL8 1st Hardcover Very Good 
B0007EYQL8 1960 McGraw-Hill, 1st Printing. Signed by author Robert G. Athearn on the title page. The previous owner's name is stamped on the front paste down endpaper. A small label has been removed along the spine of the mylar protected dustjacket. The text is unmarked and the binding is sturdy. 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed. We process and ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. 
Price: 23.00 USD
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The Cowboy, Rollins, Philip Ashton
11 Rollins, Philip Ashton The Cowboy
Charles Scribner's Sons 1922-01-01 B002GU51WY First Edition Hardcover Very Good 
B002GU51WY 1922 Charles Scribner's Sons, 1st Edition, 1st Printing, as indicated by the Scribner's seal on the copyright page, along with the following statement: "Published April, 1922." Includes two laid-in hand typed letters to Mr. Rollins from a colleague of J. Frank Dobie who is interested in writing a history of saddlery. Near Fine/None. This hardcover copy has no dustjacket present. The book itself is in excellent condition, with minimal bumping at the corners of the maroon cloth boards. The text is unmarked and the binding is sturdy. 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed. We process and ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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Harper's School History of the United States, from the Discovery of America to the Year 1870, Scott, David B.
12 Scott, David B. Harper's School History of the United States, from the Discovery of America to the Year 1870
Harper & Brothers 1870-01-01 B00EX0VPHK Hardcover Good 
B00EX0VPHK 1870 Harper & Brothers. Illustrated with maps and engravings. Good/None. An early school reader containing a history of the United States up to that point in history. This hardcover copy has some wear and bumping at the corners & edges of the brown boards. The previous owner appears to have practiced his penmanship on the front and rear endpapers, as well as the blank verso pages. The text itself is unmarked, albeit lightly foxed and with a hint of dampstaining along the top outer edges of several pages. The binding is sturdy and intact. The sale of this item benefits the Portsmouth Public Library. 100% satisfaction guaranteed. We process and ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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