Lancaster, PA: John Baer's Sons, [1899?]. 36pp [unpaginated]. Stitched. Original printed pictorial wrappers [detached, margin-chipped]. Light uniform tanning, scattered foxing. Blank corners of two leaves chipped. Good+. With an article on the "New Battleship Maine As She Will Appear When Completed," with illustration.
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[Washington: Lem. Towers, printer], 1852. 8pp. Caption title [as issued], disbound. Scattered spotting, else Very Good.
[Washington: @1900]. 9pp. Stapled, as issued. Very Good.
1838. 8pp, disbound. Minor spotting. Good+.
30th Cong. 2nd Sess. SED33. [Washington: 1849]. 33 pp. Disbound, scattered foxing. Good+.
31st Cong., 2d Sess. SED41. 1851. 90pp, dbd, light soil. Very Good.
23pp, disbound and stapled. One small margin tear [no text affected]. Lightly tanned. Good+.
41st Cong., 2d Sess. SED99. 1870. 5pp, dbd, Very Good.
41st Cong., 2d Sess. SED113. 1870. 24pp, disbound. Very Good.
55th Cong., 2d Sess. HD326. 1898. 43, [1 blank] pp, disbound, loosening. Very Good.
London: J. Mechell, [1740?]. , 28 pp, with the half title as issued. Disbound, else Very Good. Keith was familiar with North America: he was surveyor-general of the customs in Virginia, and Lieutenant-Governor of Pennsylvania. According to ESTC, this is the only edition. Keith justifies the War as necessary "for.....
Washington: Judd & Detweiler, . Original printed wrappers [detached with some edge chipping] with wrapper title, as issued. Stapled as issued. 36pp, clean text. Good+. The case is an example in the long history, dating back to the dreams of Southern slavery expansionists, of American yearning to acquire Cuba.....
Washington: Printed at the Union Office, 1856. 21,[1 blank] pp, disbound. Toned with some foxing, Good+. Quitman urges "radical change" in American laws hindering the expansion of slavery into Central and South America, Cuba, and other parts of the West Indies. Sabin 67367.
London: 1819. -280 pp [as issued]. Bound in modern plain wrappers. several clean tears repaired expertly but affecting a couple of letters, blank corner of title leaf clipped. Good+. Portions of this pamphlet first appeared in the Morning Chronicle and the Port Folio in 1819. Rattenbury discusses the political effects.....
London: James Ridgeway, Piccadilly [Shackell & Baylis], 1830. [1-title], , 29, [1 blank] pp, disbound. Some repaired tears at fore-edge of title page [no text loss]. Perforated library stamp in blank margin of title page, two rubberstamps. Red ink underlines throughout text. Inscribed at head of title, "Wm. Smith Esq.....