[Albany? 1857]. 7, [1 blank] pp, disbound. Caption title [as issued]. Very Good.
[Albany? 1844. ] 13, [1 blank], , [1 blank] pp. Caption title [as issued]. Disbound, text clean. Very Good.
[Albany? 1856]. 24pp, disbound. Caption title [as issued]. Light uniform tanning. Very Good. Concerning the construction of a draw bridge across the Hudson River.
[Albany? 1858]. 13, [1 blank] pp, disbound. Caption title [as issued]. Institutional rubberstamp at head of title page. Good+ to Very Good.
1854. 33d Cong., 1st Sess. SED85. 1854. 30pp, disbound. Minor foxing. Very Good. Material on British incursions.
1856. 34th Cong., 1st Sess. SED68. 1856. 176pp, disbound. Scattered foxing. Minor marginal tear to page 67. Good+.
Boston: 1826. Contemporary plain front wrapper, stitched, 35pp. Very Good. An examination of the scope of the admiralty jurisdiction accorded to federal courts by the Constitution, with discussion of early cases, colonial statutes, and constitutional debates. FIRST EDITION. AI 25593 . II Harv. Law Cat. 223.
1864. 1864. London: Harrison and Sons. . 4,  pp. Folio, disbound, loosened. Chipped edges, scattered foxing. Good only. FIRST EDITION.
53rd Cong., 3rd Sess. HED297. 1895. 6pp, folding map, disbound, loosened. Minor chipping of right edge of last page. Good+.
Edenton [NC]: Printed by J. Beasley, . Broadside, oblong 8" x 7", partially printed, accomplished in manuscript. Signed at the bottom, "David Edwards", the captain. Docketed on verso. Lightly foxed, a short closed margin tear [no loss]. Good+. An attractive, early piece of printing from the press of Beasley, the...
Washington: R.O. Polkinhorn, Printer, 1877. 30, , [1 blank] pp. Original printed tan wrappers [some scoring, loosening, light chipping], stitched. Rear wrap has engraving of the U.S. Patent Office. Light staining to the outermost edges of text, else clean. Good+. The inner front wrapper advertises the Washington firm of...
54th ConG., 1st Sess. HD209. 1896. 3pp + 4 large folding survey maps. Light wear. Very Good.
1825. 18th Cong., 2nd Sess. SD36. Washington: Gales & Seaton. 1825. 6, [2 blank] pp, disbound. Light foxing. Good+.
[Columbus? 1839?]. 62, [2 blank] pp. Untrimmed, uncut [several loose gatherings]. Light dust and wear, else Very Good. AI 57674 .
1855. 16pp, caption-title, double columns, stitched, modern plain brown wrappers. Scattered foxing. Good+. Sabin 57165.
New York: E. Sargeant, 1808. pp -40, -92 [as issued]. Stitched, untrimmed, lightly dusted and foxed. Good+. A protest against modification or suspension of the Orders in Council. The author rebuts the arguments that the Orders will "interrupt our peace with the United States of America;" that the Orders are...
26th Cong., 1st Sess. Senate. 1839. 355. 1pp, disbound. Very Good.
26th Cong., 1st Sess. Senate 172. 1840. 2pp, disbound. Good.
Boston: Thomas and Andrews, August, 1799. Original sheep, rebacked, with original gilt-lettered morocco spine label laid down. Paginated irregularly, text continuous, as issued. xxvii, [1 blank], liv, 516 pp. Foxed moderately, Good+. The second American printing, "from the latest English edition." Evans 36040. Cohen 7072.
[London]: 1746. Folio, printed in two columns per page. , 150; , 72; , 195, [1 blank] pp. PLUS: large folding engraved, illustrated plate, 'The Situation of the English, French and Spanish Fleets, when They Began the Engagement in the Mediterranean, on the Eleventh of Feby. 1743/4. Cape Sicie Bearing...
London: 1861-1867. Each document folio, 8-1/2" x 13-1/2". Stitched, except as noted; light wear, each with inoffensive rubberstamping. Except as noted, Very Good. A. CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE UNITED STATES' GOVERNMENT RESPECTING THE SUSPENSION OF THE FEDERAL CUSTOM-HOUSE AT THE PORT OF CHARLESTON. London: 1861. , 4, [1 blank],  pp...
London: Printed by Harrison and Sons. 1864. , 4,  pp. Folio, stitched. Docketed in print on last page. Light edge wear, a couple of numerical accession stamps, Very Good. The Correspondence concerns Thomas Tulley and six other Irish passengers, of the steamer 'Nova Scotian'," who allegedly enlisted "improperly" into...
New York: Mercein & Post's Press, 1838. Contemporary plain wrappers, stitched, 18pp. Scattered light foxing. Very Good. The neutral American vessels were burned at sea, by order of a French Admiral, and their crews and goods carried into the port of Rochefort, France. There Mr. Pelletreau, as agent for the...
1898. 55th Cong., 2nd Sess. HD235. 1898. 7pp, [1 blank], 2 folding maps, 8 photo illus., disbound, loosening. Minor chipping to right edge of first page. Very Good.