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THE DIARY OF HENRY TEONGE : CHAPLAIN ON BOARD H.M.'S SHIPS ASSISTANCE, BRISTOL, AND ROYAL OAK 1675 - 1679
This book is from the Broadway Travelers. It is edited by Sir E. Denison Ross and Eileen Power. It is transcribed from the original manuscript and edited with an introduction by G. E. Manwaring. The publisher is George Routledge & Sons LTD Broadway House, Charter Lane London. The back of the title page reads First published in this series, 1927. The book is illustrated. It is in good condition with a little fading to the edge of the front cover and fading to the spine. There is very light scattered foxing.
THE AGE OF GREAT CITIES: OR, MODERN SOCIETY VIEWED IN ITS RELATION TO INTELLIGENCE, MORALS, AND RELIGION
This book was written by Robert Vaughan, DD. The publisher is Jackson and Walford of London. The published date is 1843. The book contains 373 pages. It is missing the front blank page. There is significant loss to the spine. The book measures 8 1/2" tall.
PILATE AND HEROD : A TALE ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE EARLY HISTORY OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND, IN THE PROVINCE OF MARYLAND
This book was written by Rev. Harvey Stanley Rector of the Holy Trinity. It was in 1853 by H. Hooker of Philadelphia. The edition contains both volumes I & II . Volume I contains 284 pages. Vol II contains 283 pages. The binding is loose. There is significant loss to the spine. The covers are very faded. The height of the book is 7 3/4"
THE IMPENDING CRISIS OF THE SOUTH: HOW TO MEET IT.
This book was written by Hinton Rowan Helper. The publisher is Burdick Brothers of New York. This edition is dated 1857. I believe it may be a first edition of the book. There are 420 pages. The bock has a brown cloth cover. A section of the spine is missing. the back several pages are rather heavily foxed. The book measures 7 3/4" tall.
HISTORY OF THE INDIANS OF CONNECTICUT FROM THE EARLIEST KNOWN PERIOD TO A.D. 1850
This is a book written by John W.. DeForest. This copy was published 1871 by J. Munsell of Albany. There is a fold out map in good condition in the front of the book. The book contains 509 pages. It is illustrated. This edition has a reddish brown cloth cover. There is a little fading to the spine. The book measures 8 1/4" tall.
PERFORATIONS IN THE LATTER-DAY PAMPHLETS BY ONE OF THE EIGHTEEN MILLIONS OF BORES
This book was edited by Elizur Wright. It was published in 1850 by Phillips, Sampson, and Company of Boston. This is volume No.1 titled Universal Suffrage. Capital Punishment. - Slavery. It is in tan paper wraps. there are 48 pages. The book is in very good condition with some foxing and light wear present.
HARPER'S SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY
This is a large old geography book that was used as a text book. The full titled is Harper's School Geography with Maps and Illustrations prepared for expressly for this bwork by Eminent American Artists. It is copyright 1878. and published by Harper & Brothers. There is wear and trar to the cover and spine and some soiling and ripped pages but it is still a good solid book and an interesting history of history! The book measures aaprox. 12 1/4" X 10 1/4".
$30.00 #127 - 11- 10
CONNECTICUT FIGHTS THE STORY OF THE 102nd REGIMENT
A scarce copy of a book titled Connecticut Fights The Story of the 102 nd Regiment by Captain Daniel W. Strickland. It was published in 1930 by the Quinipiack Press of new Haven, Connecticut. Part one covers the Colonial Wars to 1916, part two The World War, part three Reorganization of the Regiment, part four contains a Table of Casualties in France, List of Officers by Units, Roster of Officers and Roster of Enlisted Men Enrolling from Connecticut. There are numerous photographic illustrations and many portraits. The book contains 404 pages including the index. It has a dark blue cloth cover with gold print. The measurements are 10 7/8" X 8". There is a separation at the front hinge between the second and third blank page. There is some fading to the spine and light scattered soiling to the cover. Overall this is a nice copy.
HISTORY OF MINNEAPOLIS GATEWAY TO THE NORTHWEST
This is volume I of a book title History of Minneapolis Gatewar to the Northwest. The author is Rev. Marion Daniel Shutter, D.D., LLD. The book has marbled cardboard covers with leather trim and spine. It was published in 1923 by the S. J. Clarke Publishing Company. There are lots of illustrationsof buildings and places in Minneapolis. There are 711 numbered pages including the index. The book is in very good condition but there is a small piece missing from the top of the spine and a smal tear at the bottom of the spine. the book measures 7 1/2" X 11".
$150.00 #138 -5-12
THE CONNECTICUT MAGAZINE HARD COVER Volumes I - XII
This is the complete 12 volume set of The Connecticut Magazine Devoted to Connecticut in its Various Phases of History, Literature, Scenic Beauty, Art, Science, Industry. The hardcover set published by, The Connecticut Magazine Company of Hartford and New Haven, is loaded with interesting articles about Connecticut and is lavishly illustrated. The covers are marbled boards with grey cloth corners and spine. All volumes are in excellent condition.
COMMEMORATIVE BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD OF TOLLAND AND WINDHAM COUNTIES CONNECTICUT
The complete title of this large leather bound book is Commemorative Biographical Record of Tolland and Windham Counties Connecticut Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens and of Many of the Early Settled Families. The book was compiled by J.H. Beers & Company in 1903. It is illustrated with portraits of the subjects as well a a facsimilie of their signature and there is a good long biography of each person represented. The front cover is detatched and there is a tear at the base of the spine. Otherwise the book is in good condition. It contains 1358 pages.
$195.00 #139- 9-12