Washington: William A. Davis, 1816. HD33. 60pp, disbound. Moderate tanning, scattered foxing. Good+. AI 39537.
[Washington: 1880]. 4pp. Caption title [as issued]. Folded, untrimmed [edges chipping]. Printed in double columns. Several short closed tears without loss. Good or so. The Democrats believe "that the pensioner is a creditor of the government and not a mendicant begging for alms." OCLC 25488720 .
47th Cong., 2d Sess. HED61. 1883. 53pp + 66 folding plans and sketches. Dbd, Very Good.
25th Cong. 2nd Sess. HD278. [Washington: 1838]. 21, [1 blank] pp. Uncut, untrimmed, stitched. Scattered foxing. Good+.
36th Cong., 2d Sess. HR85. 1861. 32pp, disbound. Very Good.
1837. Doc No. 140. Ho. of Reps. War Dept. 1837. 89pp, disbound. Very Good.
19th Cong., 1st Sess. HR18. 1826. 191, [1 blank] pp, disbound. Some tan and fox, Good+. AI 27196.
[Boston: William C. Brown, 1855]. 12mo. Caption title [as issued], 16pp, stitched. Uniformly browned, Very Good. The author-- no one hazards a guess on his identity-- reviews the history of efforts to reform the Militia which, he says, has been an essential substitute for a Standing Army. However, the...
Charleston, S.C. Hurlbut and Lloyd. [D. Borrenstein, printer, Princeton, N.J.], 1826. [1-half title], [1 blank], x, -782, 47 [appendix], [1-errata] pp [as issued]. Folding table. The map, which Howes notes is "not in all copies," is absent. Bound in original quarter cloth over blue paper-covered boards [a bit shaken, gutter...
1866. SESSION OF 1866. PRINTED BY AUTHORITY. Saint Paul: 1866. Original printed wrappers [chipped], stitched, 179pp with folding tables. Very Good. An exhaustive report on Minnesota's participation in the Civil War. FIRST EDITION.
Saint Paul: 1861. Original printed wrappers [chipped], stitched, a bit of blank corner wear. 48pp, text generally quite clean. Good+. A detailed report on the militia, with roster and organization, data on arms and munitions. FIRST EDITION.
London: Woodfall and Kinder, Printers, 1854. 20pp. Modern plain wrappers. Trimmed closely at all edges with no loss of text. Institutional rubberstamp at head of title page, touching a few words of the title. Good+. Molesworth pronounces upon an 1854 proclamation regarding naval prizes: in the case of prizes...
1817. December 2, 1817. . 11, [1 blank] pp, disbound, untrimmed, partially uncut. Light dustsoiling, light tanning. Good+. AI 42657.
1824. 5, [3 blank] pp, printed on rectos only [as issued]. Disbound, light spotting. Good+.
Helena, Mont. Independent Pub. Co., Printers and Binders, 1888. Original printed wrappers [light dustsoil], stitched, 28pp. Very Good. Adjutant General Turner reports, just before Statehood in 1889, on his efforts to improve the quality and efficiency of the National Guard. "While the companies now constituting the National Guard are...
41st Cong., 2d Sess. HED121. 1870. 6pp, disbound. Caption title [as issued]. Some short closed tears and small chips to outside edge of leaves [no text affected], else Very Good.
London: Spottiswoode & Co.. Ltd, 1915. 20pp, original printed wrappers and staples. Institutional stamp on front wrapper. Light tanning. Very Good.
Baltimore: S[heridan] Guiteau,- No. 2 Franklin Buildings. Sherwood & Co., Printers, 1847. Original printed wrappers, 32pp. Frontis engraving of Law by Ritchie from a daguerreotype. Minor wear, scattered light spotting, Very Good. Law, born in 1809, was commander of the Independent Greys. He had served as Mayor of Baltimore...
34th Cong. 1st Sess. HED36. [Washington: 1856]. 31, [1 blank] pp. Uncut, untrimmed, stitched. Scattered foxing. Some chipping of blank edges. Good+.
1801. 15TH JANUARY, 1801, ORDERED TO LIE ON THE TABLE. PUBLISHED BY ORDER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. [Washington: 1801]. 19, [1 blank] pp, disbound. Near Fine. An illuminating report on the status of the American Navy at the end of the Adams presidency, before Jeffersonian fiscal policies stripped it...
1881. 46th Cong., 3rd Sess. SED33. 1881. 6pp, folding diagram of Camp Sheridan, disbound. Very Good.
1880. 46th Cong., 2nd Sess. SED38. 1880. 4pp, 8 folding diagrams, disbound. Minor wear to bottom edge of pages, none to diagrams. Very Good.
New York: G. Bunce, for E. Duyckinck, 1811. 3 3/8" x 5 1/4". Original paper over boards, worn leather spine covered by clear tape. Inner hinges cracked. 107, [1 blank] pp [lightly toned], with portrait frontis of Nelson. Good+. The first edition evidently issued from London in 1806, with Baltimore and Boston printings in the same year. AI 23370 .
[Concord? 1877]. 88pp. Bound in modern wrappers. Light wear, Good+. OCLC 13632988 [2- CT State Lib., Dartmouth] [as of August 2016].
Trenton: Printed by James J. Wilson, 1815. Contemporary plain drab wrappers [chipped], stitched. 72pp. Light toning, foxing, and mild wear. Good+. "John G. Duryee Owner" inscribed on title page. Felcone Collection 1053. AI 35442 [1- Rutgers]. OCLC locates five copies as of March 2016.