Charlestown [MA]: Printed by Samuel Etheridge, Jun. 1813. 12, , [1 blank] pp. Disbound, untrimmed. Light dustsoiling of edges. Minor foxing. Very Good. OCLC 26473529 .
35th Cong., 1st Sess. SED40. 1858. 66pp, disbound, Very Good plus. Browne's report "is a general review of Indian-white relations from the time of Lewis and Clark." Graff. Included also is an account of Dr. Whitman's murder, and an attack on H.H. Spaulding. FIRST EDITION. Howes B878aa. Graff 438. Smith 4110.
35th Cong., 1st Sess. HED112. 1858. 21pp, dbd, caption title [as issued], light tan, Very Good. Military dispatches on Indian hostilities.
Worcester [MA]: Printed by Isaac Sturtevant, 1813. 20pp. Disbound, partly untrimmed. Scattered foxing, else Very Good. OCLC 29573592 .
London: Printed for Cobbett and Morgan, at the Crown and Mitre, May, 1801. , 444 pp. Bound in original half calf [spine and corners worn] with marbled boards. Remnant of morocco spine label. Clean text. Bookplate on front pastedown of, "John Innes, Leyton." Except as noted, Very Good. This...
[Washington: 1841]. 12pp. Caption title [as issued], folded folio sheet, uncut, untrimmed. Signed in type at end, "C. Cushing, Washington, 27th September, 1841." Light wear, Very Good. Cushing, a Massachusetts Whig, advocates a national bank, a pet project of the Whigs ever since Andrew Jackson dismantled it. He warns of...
Boston: Episcopalian Club of Massachusetts, 1889. 24pp. Original printed wrappers, disbound. Inscribed at head of front wrapper "Compliments of the Episcopalian Club H.M. Upham, Treas." [Upham's name and position as treasurer is found in list of officers printed on verso of front wrapper]. Light uniform tanning. Very Good. OCLC 11854408 .
Washington: Buell & Blanchard, Printers, 1852. 37, [3 blank] pp. Original printed wrappers [a few chips], disbound. Printed in double columns. Light scattered foxing. Very Good.
1862. 37th Cong., 2d Sess. SED46. 1862. 12pp, disbound with some loosening. Some small chips to outer blank edges, else Very Good. Monaghan 141.
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.
34th Cong., 1st Sess. HED48. 1856. 10pp, disbound. Caption title [as issued]. A few small closed tears [no loss], else Very Good.
1856. 58pp, disbound. Persistent tiding. Good+.
1856. 10pp, dbd, caption title [as issued], light foxing. Good+ or so. Military dispatches to and from the Headquarters of the Washington Territory Volunteers, regarding hostilities with the Indians there.
Boston: Published by Bradford and Read. T.B. Wait & Co.. Printers, 1812. 36, [2 blank] pp. Disbound, tape reinforced spine with later stitching. Title page moderately foxed, scattered foxing through text. Good+.
[West Point, NY: 1873-1877]. 5.75" x 8.75". About 50pp in legible ink manuscript, the remainder blank. Pages lined with columns in blue and pink inks, left column preprinted with items such as "Amount of Deposit," "Balance from last Settlement," "Dr. to Equipment Fund," Subscriptions.". Bound in original blindstamped calf [light...
Boston: Little, Brown, and Company [Cambridge: Metcalf and Company, Printers to the University], 1853. Original printed wrappers [lightly dustsoiled]. Some pages printed in double columns. Minor tanning. Small numerical rubberstamp in bottom margin of title page. Very Good.
Washington: Gideon, 1858. Original printed wrappers, stitched, 56pp. Light wrapper wear, Near Fine. Stevens, youngest governor of the Washington Territory, speaks on the history and dynamic development of the Pacific Northwest. He elaborately describes the geography and resources of the area, and the opportunities thus offered for settlement and commercial...
[Washington: 1866]. 1, [3 integral blanks] pp, folded. Lightly age toned, light spotting. Two horizontal folds [splits along folds]. Fragile, Good.
34th Cong., 1st Sess. SED66. 1856. 68pp, dbd, light scattered foxing. Very Good. Correspondencewith the Governors of Oregon and Washington, and General Wool, concerning the Indian War that broke out in 1855. Wool is pilloried for providing the settlers insufficient protection from Indian depredations. FIRST EDITION. Smith 4106.
1896. [n.p., Printed by the General Society Sons of the Revolution]. 1896. , 32, [2 blank] pp. Original printed wrappers [dustsoiled and chipped], loosened. Deckled edges. A few closed tears at inner margins [no text loss]. A few scattered institutional rubberstamps, else clean. Good+.
[n.p. c. 1875-1889]. Folio,  pp, folded. Caption title [as issued], printed in four columns within thick black border. Tanned, scattered foxing, somewhat brittle, light chipping of edges, several very small holes along center fold of first leaf [loss of several letters]. Text on outer pages faded. Good. This edition...