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1846 Congressional Senate papers US Army Pensions Louisiana Michigan Land Claims. Three Documents from 29th Congress, 1st Session.
1 1846 Congressional Senate papers US Army Pensions Louisiana Michigan Land Claims. Three Documents from 29th Congress, 1st Session.
1846 Disbound Good 8vo. 
9 x 7 inches. Three Documents from 29th Congress, 1st Session: In Senate of the United States. June 27, 1846. Submitted, and ordered to be printed. Mr. Johnson, of Louisiana, made the following report: (To accompany Bill S. No. 218.) The Committee on Pensions, to whom was referred the petition of Welcome Parmeter, report. [411] 1 page. WITH: In Senate of the United States. June 27, 1846. Submitted, and ordered to be printed. Mr. Johnson, of Louisiana, made the following report: (To accompany Bill S. No. 219.) The Committee on Pensions, to whom was recommitted the petition of John England, report. [412] 3 pages. WITH: In Senate of the United States. June 29, 1846. Submitted, and ordered to be printed. Mr. Woodbridge made the following report: (To accompany Bill S. No. 15.) The Committee on Private Land Claims, to whom was referred Senate Bill No. 15, and the memorials and documents accompanying the same, respectfully report: That the prayer of the memorials is, that provision be made for the issuance of patents for certain ancient land claims... [413] 5 pages. First leaf tanned and trimmed at little short of the others at head. There is one blank leaf at rear. 
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1881 New York CATALOGUE of Silverware, Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds. Gorham Manufacturing; Carter, Sloan & Company; American Watch Company of Waltham Mass. [Robbins & Appleton]; Alfred H. Smith & Co.
2 1881 New York CATALOGUE of Silverware, Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds. Gorham Manufacturing; Carter, Sloan & Company; American Watch Company of Waltham Mass. [Robbins & Appleton]; Alfred H. Smith & Co.
Cambridge, MA Riverside Press 1881 Hardcover Very Good 4to. 
110 pages. 10.7 x 8.4 inches. A superb 1881 original New York catalogue representing four companies: Gorham Manufacturing Company, Silversmiths. Carter, Sloan & Company, Makers of Gold Jewelry, Bracelets, and Chains. American Watch Company of Waltham Mass. [Robbins & Appleton]. Alfred H. Smith & Co., Diamonds. Each of the four sections has its own title page and is noted as Copyright 1881. Uncommon, no doubt due to the original expense of production and limited number of serious clientele. Worldcat shows only two institutional holdings, both in Special Collections: Brown University and New York Public Libraries. Paper over board. Spine professionally stabilized and rebacked by Peter Gregoroff. New spine and new endpapers; all else original and complete, with small marginal paper repair to page 31/32. Binding is sound; marginal thumbing to a few leaves but overall a remarkably clean interior. No inscriptions. Frontispiece in black and white, to entire catalogue, of stunning Alfred H. Smith & Co. diamond ensemle. Full colour frontispiece of Gorham Sterling Silver Tea Service, tissue guarded. Lithographs of exceptional quality to which my photographs do not do justice. Thereafter numerous illustrations including five lithos for Gorham, two for Carter Sloan, and four brilliant tissue guarded metalic plates for Waltham. The majority of illustrations are in simple black and white. Apart from the ensemble frontispiece the only illustration for the A.H. Smith diamond catalogue is a full-page image of the Kimberly mines. 
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A bound collection of sheet music dating from the 1850s and 1860s, including 1861 Civil War Confederate Ballad: The Moon Rose O'er the Battle Plain
3 A bound collection of sheet music dating from the 1850s and 1860s, including 1861 Civil War Confederate Ballad: The Moon Rose O'er the Battle Plain
half leather Very Good 4to. 
A collection of sheet music dating from the 1850s and 1860s, consisting of 33 compositions. 113 leaves [226 pages] plus blank endpaper at front. Some European imprints with American distributor, and some American imprints. Please scroll down for a complete list. The volume, measuring 12.75 x 10.4 inches, is in half leather over cloth-backed boards. Scuffing and chipping at extremities and a 2 inch split along spine at upper hinge. Four raised bands to spine with gilt title: No. 1 Songs. Former owner's name in gilt to front. Binding is sound. One leaf detached, all others secure. One leaf has lower portion (including print) torn off and lost, as described below. Some pencil markings throughout. Recit. E Cavatina. "Nel sol quand'e piu splendido" Nell' Opera Jone. Rendered into English by J. Wrey Mould. E. Petrella. New York: Beer & Schirmer. 1863. Title plus 10 pages. L'Ardita. Liebesgluck. Valse Brillante. E. Delle Sedie / Luigi Arditi. Mayence. With B&S New York oval seller's stamp to foot of title. Title plus 8 pages. La Farfalletta. Der Schmetterling. Mazurka Cantabile. G. Rossini / Luigi Arditi. Mayence. With B&S NY oval stamp to foot of title. Title plus 7 pages. La Juive No.7. Romance. Chantee par Mlle. Falcon. Eug. Scribe / F. Halevy. Paris: Henry Lamoine. With Lemoine and B&S stamps to foot. Title plus 4 pages. Die Hochzeit des Figaro. 19: Recitatio und Arie. Mainz: Schott's Sohnen. With B&S stamp. Title plus 6 pages. As above, 11: Arie. Title plus 3 pages. Fausto. Romanza di Siebel. C. Gounod. Paris: Choudens. No title page. 4 pages As above: Fausto. Canzone di Margerita. 3 pages. First leaf detached and chipped at extremities. Verso of final leaf of both Faust pieces has catalogue continued on recto of next leaf, stamped with Beer & Schirmer as well as Choudens ovals. Il Primo Affetto. M. Marcello / G. Lucantoni. Paris: Choudens. 4 pages. Again, as with Faust, no title page but 2-page catalogue beginning verso last leaf. Stamped by B&S and also by C. Breusing: also at 701 Broadway, NY. Eternamente. G. Lucantoni / Elisa Hensler. Paris: Choudens. No title page. 4 pages, plus 2 page catalogue unstamped. Impressione. Parole di Leontina Gordigiani. Canto populare Toscano. Musica di L. Gordigiani. Paris: Choudens. 5 pages plus 1 page catalogue. Non M'ami Piu / Du Liebest Nicht Mehr. Jspirazioni Viennesi No.2. Giuseppe Poniatowski. Gaetano Donizetti. Vienna: P.M. Carlo. With B&S stamp. Title plus 6 pages. As above, No.4: Il Sospiro / Der Seufzer. Alla Baronessa Lannoy. Title plus 6 pages. Sing, Smile, Slumber! (Canti, Ridi, Dormi!)). Serenade by Ch. Gounod. Edition in French & English. New York: Beer & Schirmer. Title plus 5 pages, plus B&S Catalogue of Vocal Music to recto of final leaf. No. 7. Ariette de l'Opera Marco Spada. [marked as No. 6 on Title] D.F.E. Auber. Mayence; with B&S stamp. Title plus 4 pages. Laisse-Moi Prier. Choix d'Airs et de Romances avec acc. de Piano ou de Guitare. Laure Jourdain / F. Masini. Mayence... New York: C. Breusing. With B&S stamp (successors to Breusing). Title plus 2 pages. La Mere et L'Enfant / Die Mutter und ihr Kind. J.D. Anton / G. Donizetti. Mayence; with B&S stamp. Title plus 4 pages. Cantique de Noel {Weihnachts-Gesang}. Avec Accompagnement d'Orgue Melodium. Marry Cappeau / Adolphe Adam. Pour Soprano au Tenor. Mayence, with Charfenburg stamp. Title plus 2 pages. Cantique Avec Choeurs de l'Opera Le Domino Noir. D.F.E. Auber. Mayence & Anvers: Fils de B. Schott; with stamp of C. Breusing and, above that the blue banner: Beer & Schirmer Successors To. Title plus 8 pages. La Lune De Miel. Eugene de Lonlay / Alfred Lair De Beauvais. Mayence, with B&S stamp. Title plus 2 pages. Margins efficiently repaired long ago. N'Effeuillez Pas Les Roses. Romance. Victor Mabille / Eugene Delisle. Mayence, with Breusing and B&S as successors stamps. Title plus 2 pages. Come To Me Dearest Maiden. Ballad. The words from the french of E. Dechamps. Music by G. Meyerbeer. Philadelphia: A Fiot. Entered 1851 by Fiot. Engraved by Crap & M'Carthy. Title plus 4 pages. Kathleen Mavourneen. F.N. Crouch. The Shamrock Collection of Irish Songs and Ballads arranged for the piano forte. Boston: Oliver Ditson. Title plus 5 pages. Thou Art So Near And Yet So Far / Du Bist Mir Nah Und Doch So Fern. A. Reichardt. Germania: New Vocal Gems from the German. Boston: Oliver Ditson. Entered by Ditson & Coin, 1859. Title plus 6 pages. The Moon Rose O'er the Battle Plain. A Favorite Ballad sung by Mr. S.B. Miller. Music arranged by William J. Lemon. Philadelphia: Lee & Walker. Entered by Lee & Walker 1861. Title plus 3 pages. [Note that the copies at Duke and Boston Athenaeum are 3 years later.] This is the original issue without the title "Dying Soldier", as noted in the Levy Sheet Music Collection. Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still. Composed by W.T. Wrighton. No publication data printed. 3 pages. I Long For A Lover. Song For Soprano. From the opera of Flora or the Gipsy's Frolic. Words & Music by Thomas Ward. No title page. No printer noted. 3 pages. The first leaf is lacking a few inches at foot with some loss to print. Rock Me To Sleep, Mother! Words by Florence Perry. Music byDaniel Kane O'Donnell. New York: Horace Waters / Boston: O. Ditson. Title plus 4 pages. "Eng'd at Clayton's" printed at foot of final stanza. O Take Me To Thy Heart Again. Words by Jessica Rankin; music by M.W. Balfe. New York: Beer & Schirmer / Montreal: A&S Nordheimer / San Francisco: M. Gray. Title plus 3 pages. No One To Love: Ballad. Words adapted by A.H.G. Richardson; music arranged by Wm. B. Harvey [on title] and by C. Everest [on first page]. Philadelphia: Lee & Walker. Entered by A.H.G. Richardson 1861. Title plus 3 pages. With Lee & Walker catalogues to verso of title and verso of final leaf. The Mill in the Valley / Die Muhle Im Thal. New Series of Gems of German Songs. New York: Beer & Schirmer. Title plus 3 pages. Sweet Madeline. Written by J.N. Lewis Jr.; Music by W.H. Cooke. New York: Jas. Couenhoven / Philadelphia: Lee & Walker. Entered by Jas. Couenhoven 1860. With B&S stamp. Title plus 3 pages. The Winds That Waft My Sighs To Thee. Ballad. Written by H.W. Challis. Composed by W. Vincent Wallace. New York: William Hall & Son / Boston: George P. Reed / Louisville: D.P. Faulds / Cincinnati: Wm. C. Peters & Sons. Entered by William Hall 1856. Engraved by J. C. Pearson, NY. Title plus 5 pages. 
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A Story of the Sea
4 A Story of the Sea
New York Dodd, Mead & Company 1878 Cloth Very Good 16mo. 
92 pages, including frontispiece and 10 full page engravings. Apparently rare issue, with this story only, OCLC locating no copies. Dodd Mead copyright date of 1878; no date on title page. Gift inscription to front free endpaper Christmas 1883. Attractive publisher's binding with paper insert surrounded. Brown blemish to six leaves, the worst of which is pictured. Binding sound and hinges secure. 
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AAPRCO 2009 James L. Larson Florida Special. Route Guide / Trip Book and Convention Program.
5 AAPRCO 2009 James L. Larson Florida Special. Route Guide / Trip Book and Convention Program.
American Association of Private Railroad Car Owners 2009 Softcover Very Good 4to 
Two items: Route Guide / Trip Book, 114 pages with illustrations in colour, in comb-back binding. Belle of the South Convention Program and assorted information for 2-8 November, 2009 Savannah GA, 40 pleaves printed recto only [i.e. 80 pages] in comb-back binding. Each of the two booklets is in excellent condition. At time of listing we have booklets for each AAPRCO annual Train / Convention from 2004 through 2014. Please inquire for shipping costs on multiple orders. 
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AAPRCO 2010 Pueblo Colorado Annual Convention Program.
6 AAPRCO 2010 Pueblo Colorado Annual Convention Program.
American Association of Private Railroad Car Owners 2010 Softcover Very Good 4to 
One item: Convention Program and assorted information for 20-22 September 2010: Pueblo Colorado, 32 pages in comb-back binding. In excellent condition. At time of listing we have booklets for each AAPRCO annual Train / Convention from 2004 through 2014. Please inquire for shipping costs on multiple orders. 
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AAPRCO 2011 Annual Convention Program: Kansas City Chief
7 AAPRCO 2011 Annual Convention Program: Kansas City Chief
American Association of Private Railroad Car Owners 2011 Softcover Very Good 4to 
One item: Convention Program and assorted information for 20-22 October 2011: Kansas City Chief, 29 pages in coil binding. In excellent condition. At time of listing we have booklets for each AAPRCO annual Train / Convention from 2004 through 2014. Please inquire for shipping costs on multiple orders. 
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AAPRCO 2012 Chattanooga Limited. Route Guide / Trip Book and Convention Program.
8 AAPRCO 2012 Chattanooga Limited. Route Guide / Trip Book and Convention Program.
American Association of Private Railroad Car Owners 2012 Softcover Very Good 4to 
Two items: Route Guide / Trip Book, 102 pages in comb-back binding. Convention Program and assorted information for 27-29 September, 2012 Chattanooga TN, 29 pages in coil binding. Each of the two booklets is in excellent condition. At time of listing we have booklets for each AAPRCO annual Train / Convention from 2004 through 2014. Please inquire for shipping costs on multiple orders. 
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AAPRCO 2013 Napa Valley Limited Route Guide & Special Train Information and Convention Program.
9 AAPRCO 2013 Napa Valley Limited Route Guide & Special Train Information and Convention Program.
American Association of Private Railroad Car Owners 2013 Softcover Very Good 4to 
Two items: Route Guide & Special Train Information for Sept. 26 - October 5, 75 pages in comb-back binding. Convention Program and assorted information for 1-3 October, 2013 Napa Valley CA, 24 pages in comb-back binding. This one rather nice in that it has a photo and short history of the cars arriving for the conference. Small coffee spill stain top corner of first 2 pages. Each of the two booklets is in excellent condition. At time of listing we have booklets for each AAPRCO annual Train / Convention from 2004 through 2014. Please inquire for shipping costs on multiple orders. 
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AAPRCO 2014 Portland Maine Route Guide & Special Train Information
10 AAPRCO 2014 Portland Maine Route Guide & Special Train Information
American Association of Private Railroad Car Owners 2014 Softcover Very Good 4to 
One item: Route Guide & Special Train Information for Sept. 18-26 Annual Convention Portland Maine, 106 pages in comb-back binding. In excellent condition. At time of listing we have booklets for each AAPRCO annual Train / Convention from 2004 through 2014. Please inquire for shipping costs on multiple orders. 
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Addie's Party
11 Addie's Party
Boston Ira Bradley & Co. Cloth Very Good 24mo. 
64 pages. OCLC records a Graves & Ellis issue with chromolithographs [no library holdings]; this Ira Bradley is not recorded. Publisher's red cloth with wheat sheaf decoration (soiled); gilt title bordered on spine. two full page illustrations and girl's head on title page. 4.8 x 3.1 inches. no stated date of issue. Endpapers foxed; Christmas 1898 inscription to front free endpaper. Binding sound. 
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AMHERST COLLEGE 1910 original Graduating Class Photo
12 AMHERST COLLEGE 1910 original Graduating Class Photo
Amherst Mass. 1910 Paper Very Good oblong 8vo 
Amherst College graduation photograph 1910, and one other. The graduation photo measures 13.7 x 7 inches, it is tipped on to slightly larger light card at top, that in turn was originally backed by a slightly larger beige mat. Verso (blank rear) shows light staining to lower left corner. The smaller photo measures 9 x 4.6 inches. Both are in excellent condition with no scratches or creasing. Though my photos are foggy, the original is sharp. A very pleasing ensemble with the customary array of facial expressions from furious to smirking, topped by five reclining in the alcoves. Note at far right sticking out: Wen-Pin Wei of Peking who entered Amherst after Graduation and Instructorship at Peking University {four years later Dr. Wei authored The Currency Problem in China}. Also of note: this photo differs slightly from the graduation photo used in the 1910 Class Book. This one represents a moment or two before or after the one used officially. For example, in this photo Earle Alvah Barney {fourth from left middle row} is resting his left hand on the shoulder of Frederick Sylvester Knight ~ a gesture not evident in the Class Book. Also included is a smaller photo of seven men that I believe to be from the same period. One of the men (top left) is Louis J. Heath; the others we have not identified. From the estate of Louis Jay Heath who matriculated in '06, graduated 1910, went on to complete a Masters at Harvard and become a well respected journalist in Washington and in Central and South America. We have other Amherst memorabilia from this period and are happy to combine shipping; please inquire. 
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Amherst College class of 1910 Freshman Banquet memento from the evening of 8 December 1906 at America House, Boston
13 Amherst College class of 1910 Freshman Banquet memento from the evening of 8 December 1906 at America House, Boston
Philadelphia E. A. Wright 1906 leather Very Good 12mo. 
The Amherst College class of 1910 Freshman Banquet memento from the evening of 8 December 1906 at America House, Boston. Six leaves; full leather cover with original cord binding. Gilded barrel with cup embossed to verso of first leaf, facing tipped-in photo of 40 or so lads informally posed and looking hungry. "Menu", "Toasts", "Committee" and "Autographs" embossed and gilded. Printed by E. A. Wright of Philadelphia. 80 or so hand-signed autographs, with the signature of Louis J. Heath to front. From the estate of Heath who matriculated in '06, graduated 1910, went on to complete a Masters at Harvard and become a well respected journalist in Washington and in Central and South America. Measures 6.75 x 4.55 inches. We have other Amherst memorabilia from this period and are happy to combine shipping; please inquire. 
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Amherst In The War [ Bulletins of Amherst College Volume 7; Bulletin Number 3; June, 1918 ]
14 Amherst In The War [ Bulletins of Amherst College Volume 7; Bulletin Number 3; June, 1918 ]
Amherst Mass. The Alumni Council of Amherst College 1918 Card covers Very Good 16mo. 
16 pages, in card covers, with 12 photographs. Unobtrusive foxing to a few leaves; original staples with a touch of rust but holding fine. From the estate of Louis J. Heath who matriculated in '06, graduated 1910, went on to complete a Masters at Harvard and become a well respected journalist in Washington and in Central and South America. Measures 7.75 x 5.3 inches. We have Amherst memorabilia from the 1906 - 1912 period and are happy to combine shipping; please inquire. 
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Antique Views of Ye Towne of Boston
15 Antique Views of Ye Towne of Boston
Boston Photo-ElectroType Engraving 1882 First Edition Cloth Very Good 4to. 
378 pages, plus numerous plates. Cloth rubbed at extremities. Binding sound and hinges secure. Fold-outs in excellent condition, with a few having a short closed tear along fold line. A few light finger shadows to preliminaries but overall remarkably clean, and surprisingly tight for a volume of this heft. Bookseller's catalogue strip laid in, dated 1928, price of $4.00. Old signature to front free endpaper. Overseas shipping will be more than that listed here: please inquire. 
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Catalog 51 of the Auto Supply Stores Co. of Detroit, Michigan.
16 Catalog 51 of the Auto Supply Stores Co. of Detroit, Michigan.
Detroit Auto Supply Stores Co. 1916 Saddle Stapled Printed Wrapper Very Good 8vo. 
161 pages. 9.2 x 6.8 inches. Publisher's printed wrapper with chips to extremities. Binding secure. 2 inch closed tear to foot of one leaf [no loss of paper]. "Special discount sheet applying to 1916 Catalog No. 51" laid in. A comprehensive and profusely illustrated resource, with alphabetical index as well as a particular index for Ford cars, and for overland specialties at rear. "More than 2000 auto parts, accessories and supplies and every one a money saver". 
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Child's Life of Washington with ten illustrations
17 Child's Life of Washington with ten illustrations
Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore, Boston Fisher & Brother 1860 Cloth Very Good 64mo. 
192 pages. 3.1 x 2.4 inches. Publisher's red pebbled cloth with gilt to front and spine; stamped in blind on rear. All edges gilded; original yellow endpapers clean, with light foxing to rear whereon is the advert for The Child's Evergreen Miniature Library. A particulary pleasing example, with binding sound, hinges secure and contents clean. 
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Early original engraved American Sheet Music Collection including c. 1817 YANKEE DOODLE
18 Early original engraved American Sheet Music Collection including c. 1817 YANKEE DOODLE
half leather Very Good 4to. 
An important collection of early American sheet music bound in one volume, consisting of two preliminary leaves of hand-written Index, 113 leaves [i.e. 226 pages] of printed content, and three terminal blank leaves. Please scroll down for a complete list. The volume, measuring 13.75 x 10.25 inches, is in half-leather over marbled boards, with four raised bands to spine. Spine titles and decoration in gilt: Music / Vol. 1. Leather and boards scuffed; foxing, stains, age-toning, and occasional pencil markings to interior. In a few cases there is a marginal chip, and in two instances the music appears to be lacking a page or more, noted specifically below. One leaf has been largely torn out and lost, leaving a remnant of its title. A few leaves have short marginal closed tears: no loss of paper and not intruding to text. The volume remains securely bound; there are no loose leaves. Please feel free to inquire further. Dates are noted when printed on title page. In a few other cases the printer has noted: copy right secured. In order of collation: The Battle of Prague: A Favorite Sonata for the Piano-forte composed by F. Cotzwara. New York: J.A. & W. Geib. Title plus 8 pages. The Favorite Scotch Air Auld Langsyne with Variations for the Piano Forte or Harp Composed by D. Ross. New York: J.A. & W. Geib. Title plus one page only [probably lacking a page or more] Mild as the Moonbeams, The Celebrated Quartet in Artaxerxes, Arranged for One Voice with Accompaniments for the Piano Forte by P.K. Moran. New York: Dubois & Stodart, 1828. Title plus 5 pages. The Soldiers Grave. Written on the Death of Sir John Moore by the Rev. Charles Wolfe. The Music by Thomas Williams. New York: E. Riley. 4 pages. The Flower Girl. A Ballad Sung by Madame Vestris. Baltimore: John Cole. 2 pages Who'll Be King But Charlie. A Favorite Air Sung with applause by Mr. Keene, the Words by Sir Walter Scott, Symphonies and Accompaniments by P.K. Moran. New York: Dubois & Stodart, 1826. 3 pages. I'd Be A Butterfly. A Ballad sung with great Applause by Mrs. Sharpe. Composed by T.H. Bayley. New York: Dubois & Stodart. 3 pages. See From Ocean Rising. A Duet from Paul & Virginia. New York: J.A. & W. Geib. 2 pages. I Knew by the Smoak that so gracefully curl'd. Written by T. Moore Esq. Composed by J. Wilson. Philadelphia: G. Willig. 2 pages. The Bavarian Girls Song. Buy A Broom. Sung with great Applause by Madame Vestris. New York: Dubois & Stodart. 5 pages. Hurrah for the Bonnets of Blue. A Ballad sung by Mrs. Sharpe. Composed by Alexander Lee. New York: Dubois & Stodart. 3 pages Bonnie Doon, A Favorite Scotch Song for one or two voices. Arranged for the Piano-forte. New York: J.A. & W. Geib. 2 pages. Pray Papa. As sung at the Fashionable Private Parties. Adapted to Le Boulanger, with symphonies and an accompaniment for the piano forte by P.K. Moran. Philadelphia: Geo. Willig. 3 pages. The Soldier's Bride. As sung by Mr. Philips at the N. York Theatre. New York: W. Dubois. 1 page only [lacking a page or more]. Di Piacer mi balza il corl. Cavatina, sung by Madame Bellochi at the King's Theatre Hay Market, and at the Oratorios Drury Lane & Covent Garden Theatres. Composed by Sig. G. Rossini. Philadelphia: Geo. Willig. 8 pages. {a pleasing early American publication of Rossini; note the long "S" in Rofsini in title} Flora McDonald. A Ballad, sung with the greatest applause by Miss Stephens, Composed by Michael Kelly. New York: E. Riley. 3 pages. {note long s in Mifs Stephens} Follow, Follow Thro' the Sea. The Mermaid Song, sung by Miss Kelly. Composed by Martini. Adapted & Arranged by Henry R. Bishop. New York: Dubois & Stodart. 5 pages. A Canadian Boat Song, A Favorite Glee, Arranged by Thomas Moore Esqr. New York: J.A. & W. Geib [with: A Canadian Boat Song, Arranged for a single voice]. 5 pages. Here We Meet Too Soon To Part. Air "Di tanti palpili". Sung by Mr. A. Taylor at the Philharmonic Society. Adapted & Arranged by T.B. Phipps. New York: Dubois & Stodart. 2 pages. Dulce Domum. Composed & Sung by Mr. Braham in Outofplace or the Lake of Lausanne. New York: Wm. Dubois. {note long "S" in Compofed}. 4 pages Roy's Wife. A Favorite Scotch Ballad, to which is added the words of Canst Thou Leave Me Thus My Katy. Written by Robert Burns. New York: J.A. & W. Geib. 2 pages. I've Been Roaming. A Cavatina sung by Mrs. Hackett. Composed by C.E. Horn. New York: Dubois & Stodart. 4 pages. The Hunter's Horn. A New Sporting Cavatina Composed and Written by Mr. Philipps. New York: E. Riley. 3 pages. The Harper's Song. Words from Rockeby. The music composed and arranged for the Harp or Piano Forte by T.U. Wiesenthal. Philadelphia: Geo. Willig. 2 pages. Chorus ~ Hail To The Chief. Lady of the Lake. Composed by Mr. Sanderson. New York: Wm. Dubois. 3 pages. Like the Gloom of Night Returning. A much admired song sung by Mrs. French with unbounded applause at the New York Concerts. Composed by Henry R. Bishop. New York: J.A. & W. Geib. 6 pages. Yankee Doodle. A Favorite National Air for the Piano Forte. New York: Wm. Dubois. 2 pages. {Worldcat lists this issue date as 1817/18} Blue Eyed Mary. A favorite song arranged for the Piano Forte. New York: J.A. & W. Geib. 2 pages. The Maltese Boatman's Song. For one, two, or three voices, by L. Devereaux. New York: E. Riley. 4 pages. The Young Son of Chivalry. In the Opera of Plots. Composed by M. P. King. New York: Wm. Dubois. 2 pages. Our Dales & Mountains Stray. Duet sung by Mr. McFarland & Mrs. Oldmixon in the Forty Thieves. Composed by M. Kelly. New York: sold at Dubois' music store Broadway. 3 pages. Chip off lower margin not affecting print. The Washing Day. As sung at the Theatre and Gardens with enormous applause. Arranged for the piano forte by Pietro Norami. Philadelphia: Geo. Willig. 3 pages. The Cuckoo. A favorite song. New York: Wm. Dubois. 2 pages. Bruce's Adress [sic]. A Favorite Scotch Song. As sung by Mr. Keene. New York: J.A. & W. Geib. 2 pages. Curly Locks. Philadelphia: G.E. Blake. 1 page. With stamp Sold by J.I. Rickers lower margin. Absence. 1 page. Apparently complete, with no printing designation. Chip to right margin not affecting print. Mrs. Poe. Expressly arranged for Willig's Musical Miscellany No. 7. Baltimore: G. Willig. 1 page. Sold by J.I. Rickers stamp to lower margin. Roslin Castle. New York: E. Riley. 1 page. Small chip off lower right corner not affecting print. I Won't Be A Nun! Cole's Piano Forte Miscellany No:6. Copy-Right. Baltimore: Cole. 1 page. A Rose Tree In Full Bearing. New York: E. Riley. 1 page. Life Let Us Cherish. With variations by Mozart. New York: Wm. Dubois. 4 pages. The Nightingale. As arranged as a rondino for the piano forte by G.E. Fiorini. New York: Dubois & Stodart. 3 pages. Le Petit Tambour. A favorite French air with variations for the piano forte; dedicated to Miss Anne Elizabeth Adeline Bayly. By C. Meeineke. Baltimore: John Cole. 4 pages. Copy right secured according to act of Congress Jany. 10th 1828 by John Cole.... Note long "S" in Mifs. The Peasants Joy. A Rondo for the harp or piano. Composed by Blagrove. Philadelphia: G. Willig. 3 pages. The New York Serenading Waltz for the piano forte. New York: E. Riley. 2 pages. The Bird Waltz for the harp or piano forte. Composed by Francis Panormo. New York: Dubois & Stodart. 3 pages. The College Hornpipe. New York: J.A. & W. Geib. And, below that: Fishers Hornpipe. 1 page Durang's Horn-pipe. New York: E. Riley. 1 page. Paddy Carey. A Cotillion. New York: E. Riley. 1 page. My Ain Kind Dearie. With variations by D. Corri. New York: J.A. & W. Geib. 3 pages. The Favorite Dance in Tekeli. New York: W. Dubois. 1 page. Come Haste To The Wedding. A Dance. New York: E. Riley. 1 page. The Ladies. Favorite Quick Step. Arranged for the piano forte. New York: Firth & Hall. 1 page. The Hunting Chorus. New York: E. Riley. 1 page. March in Blue Beard. New York: sold at W. Dubois'. 2 pages. The President's March. New York: N. Thurston. 1 page. With red oval seller's stamp [Boueels?] Broad Way to lower margin. The Favorite London March Duet. No printed publication specifics. Rectangular stamp to lower margin: Sold at Cole's Music Store, Baltimore. 1 page. For two Performers on One Piano Forte. Philadelphia: G.E. Blake. 1 page. One leaf almost completely torn out and lost A Celebrated Quick Step as performed by Captain Partridge's Cadets. Arranged for the piano forte. Philadelphia: G. Willig. 1 page. Roderick Dhu's march in The Lady of the Lake. New York: E. Riley. 1 page. The London March. New York: E. Riley. 1 page. The Celebrated Swiss Guards March. New York: E. Riley. 1 page. Note long S in Swifs. 
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Greenfield Tap and Die Corporation : Gages, Taps, Dies , Threading Machines, Reamers. Catalog 37 [1916: first combined catalog]
19 Greenfield Tap and Die Corporation : Gages, Taps, Dies , Threading Machines, Reamers. Catalog 37 [1916: first combined catalog]
Greenfield, MA Greenfield Tap & Die / Minnot Printing 1916 Card covers Good 12mo. 
270 pages. Rare, profusely illustrated catalog, copyright 1916 in the midst of acquisitions: "NOTE: This is the first combined catalog of the Greenfield Tap and Die Corporation and cancels all previous division catalogs as follows: Wells Brothers Company, No. 34; Wiley & Russell Mfg. Co., No. 36; A. J. Smart Mfg. Company, No. 3." [from title page]. One-inch split along upper hinge from top; edges thumbed; unobtrusive liquid stain to lower outside corner and around gutter to first half of catalog. Binding remains secure; no inscriptions. 
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Hebron, Connecticut.  Bicentennial August 23rd to25th, 1908.  An Account of the Celebration of the Two Hundredth Anniversary of the Incorporation of the Town
20 Hebron, Connecticut. Bicentennial August 23rd to25th, 1908. An Account of the Celebration of the Two Hundredth Anniversary of the Incorporation of the Town
Hebron, Connecticut The Hebron Bicentennial Committee 1910 First Edition Cloth Good 8vo., Boards 
77pp. red ink stains to boards 
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