Law reports, digests, etc. Albert Barnes Printed and published by I. For sale by E.
We have been unable to trace another copy at auction. First octavo edition of the Dutch account of the Massacre at Jamestown. Cooke,24 engraved plates by G.
Cooke, scattered spotting, original cloth-backed printed boards, small tears at spine ends, a little soiled, oblong 4to, together with Turner J.
Mossman McLean, modern green half morocco gilt, 8vo 21 Ghana. The Gold Coast Handbook, 2nd edition, Accra: Translated from the Latin by Sara Coleridge, daughter of the poet. Giving a particular account: The Manners and Customs of the Inhabitants A New System of Modern Geography: Robinson,folding hemispheral map of the world frontispiece, engraved plate of an armillary sphere, and twenty-three complete as list engraved folding maps, all with contemporary outline colouring, some maps with closed handling tears, occasional spotting, hinges and joints weak, contemporary calf, heavily worn and frayed, large 4to Sold as a collection of maps, not subject to return.
Jamaica, published by Alexander Aikman, volume X, numbersDecember 29th December 27tha bound volume of 52 issues of the weekly newspaper, each with accompanying supplement and postscript, forming one complete year, generally 20 pages to each issue, printed in three columns throughout, with occasional excisions, some minor waterstains and other marks, contemporary boards, worn all the original leather binding now lackingthick 4to 23 Hackett James.
Murray catalogue at end, uncut in original boards, paper label to spine, light edge wear, 8vo Palau ; Sabin Duke of Buccleugh, his signature to upper board.
Alexander Aikman was the brother of William Aikman, a bookseller and printer in Annapolis, Maryland, originally from Scotland. Alexander took over the editorship of the newspaper after the death of his brother in This rare newspaper contains important information on the trading economy of Jamaica and its colnnial administration, and includes regular and extensive advertisements of slaves for sale, and lists of runaway slaves, with their names and owners.
We have been unable to trace another copy of this newspaper for the year Voyages and Travels in the Levant; in the Years50, 51, Published, by Order of her present Majesty the Queen of Sweden, by Charles Linnaeus, 1st English edition,half title, folding engraved map soiled along one folderratic pagination, a few later manuscript cartoons to endpapers and map verso, contemporary calf, a little rubbed, 8vo Blackmer Hasselquist was a student of Linnaeus, and after his early death, his old teacher edited and published this account, with a short biography.
Hasselquist travelled in Syria, Palestine, Egypt and Cyprus, and describes the fauna and flora he found there; the final part made up of his letters to Linnaeus, written from Cairo and from Smyrna, where he died in Jewitt; only survivor of the crew of the Ship Boston, during a captivity of nearly three years among the savages of Nootka Sound: With an account of the manners, mode of living, and religious opinions of the natives, 2nd edition, printed by Seth Richards, Middletown,engraved frontispiece offsetting to titlea few light spots, library bookplate remnant and manuscript shelf numbers at front, contemporary tree sheep, neat reback, a little rubbed, 8vo, together with Narrative of the Adventures and Sufferings of Samuel Patterson, Experienced in the Pacific Ocean and many other parts of the world, with an account of the Feegee and Sandwich Islands, 1st edition, Palmer, May 1,some spotting and browning, blindstamp at head of title, small red ink number inscription to title verso, contemporary sprinkled calf, neat reback, 8vo First work Sabin First published inthis expanded edition was edited by Richard Alsop inone of two editions in this year, the other with the Loomis and Richards imprint with two plates.
Jewitt was an armourer aboard the Boston, which arrived in Nootka Sound inand he apparently along with one other crewman despite the title stating he was the lone survivor survived and spent three years in captivity there before being rescued in Lawrence, North-America, in the Years Try Not to Breathe is the first novel I have read by Holly Seddon and I was hooked almost immediately.
While the novel’s narration switches between characters, the main narrator, Alex Dale, is a functioning alcoholic trying to resurrect her career as a journalist.
23 MASSACHUSETTS, Dr. Allen, a member of the Massachusetts Board ever since its establishment, spoke briefly of the condition of the public charities of that State, and referred the Conference for further information to the Report of the Board for , which was placed upon the table.
Stewart]. with an Appendix of Her Treatment and Sufferings While in the Charleston McLean Asylum Where She was Confined Under the Pretence of Insanity. Mr. T.
Comma Sense - A Fundamental Guide to Punctuation, Richard Lederer, John Shore, James McLean A Report of the Work of Destroying the Insect in Massachusetts, Together with an Account of Its History and Habits Both in Massachusetts .
Dominik Nagl No Part of the Mother Country, but Distinct Dominions - Law, State-Building and Governance in England, Massachusetts und South Carolina, No Part of the Country is about colonial state formation and the making of modern America.
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