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An early financial item & great to have from this town famous as the home of the Baseball Hall of Fame. Measures 2 3/4 by 5 1... See More
REGISTER OF DEBATES, Washington, Feb. 18, 1834 An ocatavo-size publication containing a "full report" of the debates in both Houses of Congress. A volume I issue (number13) of this title published by the famous Duff Green. Lite stain in the upper right corner, occasional foxing. Has 32 pgs.
AMERICAN SENTINEL, Phila., May 23, 1834 An uncommon title containing mostly ads. Some news and other content on page 2. Occasional foxing.
THE SUN, N.Y., May 23, 1834 Quite lengthy on the front page is: A Monody, (made on the late Mr. Samuel Patch who killed himself by jumping from a height of 175 feet at Genesee Falls). Other news of the day includes: "Canal Tolls" "Little Rock, (Arkansas Territory)" "A Victim of Drunkenness" Quarto size, 4 pages., has archival mends to a few minor tears in the margins next to the spine, o... See More
ALBANY ARGUS, Albany, New York, July 8, 1834
Page 3 has a report from the "N.Y. Eve. Post" about the deaths of two firemen (Eugene Underhill & Frederick Ward) who perished in a fire, with mention that "...the fire department has taken prompt...measures to pay a tribute of respect..."
Other news of the day includes: "West point Military Academy" "Medica... See More
THE NEW-YORKER, Sept. 27, 1834 An interesting pg. 3 report begins: "A great discovery in Chemistry, has...been made by Dr. Reichenback, of Germany; he having succeeded in extracting from tar and smoke a hitherto unknown substance which he calls Kreosot..." and more. A few traces of foxing.
* Uncommon political title from 19th century Washington D.C.
An ocatavo-size publication containing debates from both Houses of Congress, published by Duff Green. Has 30 pages. First leaf has some loss in the upper left corner, small hole near the dateline, has an inked library stamp in the upper right corner. Uncommon title.
THE DOWNFALL OF BABYLON, New York, January 10, 1835 A quite rare & unusual weekly (later semi-monthly) newspaper with strong anti-Catholic leanings published by: "Samuel B. Smith, Late a Popish Priest", as noted in the dateline. This newspaper published from 1834-1839 & features an engraving in the masthead showing various churches in ruin (see) and a subtitle: "Or, th... See More
THE DOWNFALL OF BABYLON, New York, February 7, 1835 A quite rare & unusual weekly (later semi-monthly) newspaper with strong anti-Catholic leanings published by: "Samuel B. Smith, Late a Popish Priest", as noted in the dateline. This newspaper published from 1834-1839 & features an engraving in the masthead showing various churches in ruin (see) and a subtitle: "Or, th... See More
PATRIOT AND DEMOCRAT EXTRA, Hartford, Conn., Apr. 2, 1835 Contains political content relative to upcoming state elections. Fold wear on the first leaf causes a few small holes, plus fold foxing, mostly to the ftpg.
THE LANDMARK, Salem, Massachusetts, May 27, 1835
* Silk manufacturing
The front page has a one column heading: "The Culture OF Silk" with a illustration a reeling machine that was recently invented (see photos). This article takes up about 1 1/4/ columns.
Other news of the day with ads. This issue has minor light foxing, otherwise in nice condition.... See More
FESSENDEN'S SILK MANUAL & PRACTICAL FARMER, Boston, June, 1835
* Rare title
Has news and articles about the "Culture of Silk" and other agricultural endeavors. Measures 6 3/4 by 9 1/2 in., foxing is mostly to the ftpg., 16 pgs., nice condition.
NEW-YORKER, Aug. 8, 1835 Back page poem: " To The Appenines. By W. C. Bryant." Staining in the lower left corner affects each leaf, archival mend to a minor margin tear on the first leaf, some foxing. 4 pages.
THE UNITED STATES GAZETTE, Philadelphia, Dec. 19, 1835 Page 3 has the: "Inaugural Address Of Joseph Ritner", governor-elect of Pennsylvania. Very light dampstaining in the lower third of the lower half, a few traces of foxing in the address, otherwise good.
FESSENDEN'S SILK MANUAL & PRACTICAL FARMER, Boston, 1836 Has news and articles about the "Culture of Silk" and other agricultural endeavors. Octavo-size with 16 pages. Some foxing. A rare title.
SALEM GAZETTE, Salem, Massachusetts, January 26, 1836
* Uncommon title
* Shakers establishment
Page 3 has a report from the "Zanesville (Ohio) Gazette" that states, in part: "Nathan Sharp, the great head of the Shaker establishment, near Lebanon, has taken one of the sisters to wife..." and absconded with a large sum of money & mortgaged the Shak... See More
NEW HAMPSHIRE PATRIOT AND STATE GAZETTE, Concord, New Hampshire, March 14, 1836 On the front page under "Stoney Point" are details about this strategic location on the Hudson River, with much about its role & significance during the Revolutionary War. Area of foxing in unrelated text in the upper left corner.
THE HISTORICAL FAMILY LIBRARY, Cadiz, Ohio, April 25, 1836
* Uncommon title
* Volume 1 issue
A magazine of history, delving very extensively into just a few topics with each issue. Unusual in that this periodical's format was to use "flowing text", meaning sentences ran over from issue to issue, so any given publication would begin in the middle of a sentence from the previous... See More
NEW-YORK TIMES, New York, NY, August 4, 1836
* Early Summer resorts
* Long Beach and more
* Original 19th century reading
A pg. 2 report says: "It is estimated that... 2000 citizens of Philadelphia are absent from the city at this time. At least 500 are at Cape May..." plus mention that the others are at Brandywine Springs, Long Beach, Long Branch, Saratoga, York Springs & Ye... See More
COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, Boston, Aug. 17, 1836 Pg. 2 has: "More Fighting" being a report of a battle in Georgia between the Indians and U.S. troops near Black Creek. Small hole at the fold juncture, areas of foxing.
* Henry Rowe Schoolcraft
* "The Birchen Canoe"
N.H. PATRIOT--EXTRA, Concord, New Hampshire, Feb., 1838
* Rare title
Just below the dateline is "Incontrovertible Facts - Democrats, Read ! " with most of the content being politics and finance reports. Four pages, very nice condition.
THE JEFFERSONIAN, Albany, New York, April 14, 1838 A volume I issue (number 9) of this uncommon title published by Horace Greeley, who went on to greater fame as editor of the New York Tribune. Contains mostly political-related content, but also a "Summary Of News" on the bkpg. Quarto-size, 8 pgs., some loss in the outer blank margin of an inside leaf, areas of staining at the b... See More
NEW YORK TIMES, AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCER, Nov. 9, 1838 Has many ads, some news. A volume I issue of this uncommon title. Each leaf has an archival mend to a minor tear at the spine, bit of lite staining along the spine.
* Shipping trade on the Mississippi River
Page 2 has a report about the Trade of St. Louis says that 105 different boats Traded at the wharf this season, and that 86 are regular traders. Lists the number of regular trader boats from various ports like Pittsburg, New Orleans, Galena, the Missouri and Illinois Rivers and Nashville. Oth
DAILY NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Washington, Aug. 21, 1839 A pg. 3 report under "Tumultuous At Baltimore" provides details about an unusual incident involving the defection of a nun from the Carmelite Convent on Aisquith Street , and caused "considerable excitement". Also has a "Proclamation" from the mayor of Baltimore warning the public to stay away from the convent.
UNITED STATES COMMERCIAL & STATISTICAL REGISTER, Phila., Oct. 16, 1839 Detailed reports inside under "The Fire At Philadelphia" & "Destructive Conflagration at N. York". Also figures from the "S. Carolina State Census". A volume I issue. Octavo-size, 16 pages., occasional foxing.
THE PENNSYLVANIAN, Philadelphia, Oct. 31, 1839 An uncommon title with three pages of ads and notices, page 2 has news and topical items. First leaf has an archival mend in the upper margin, a few areas of foxing.
* Samuel Hahnemann
* Homoeopathic Medicine
* Paris France
Page 2 has an item stating that: Hahneman, the father of the science of Homeopathy, who is now 85 years of age, has so many patients in Paris, that he is compelled to turn a portion over to his wife....
Other news of the day throughout. Partially rejoined at the spine with a colored
* Uncommon title
As the name implies, contains mostly religious-related news and content. Second leaf has a narrow piece missing in the outer margin, front page has an area of lite dirtiness and a bit of lite fold rubbing, archival mends to two minor fold tears, some lite foxing.
* Uncommon title
* New Year's song
Front page has lyrics: The Hero Of The Thames Song Written For The Celebration Of New Years Eve, By The Unionist And Others. Also has an Extract From An Address Delivered by Gen. Harrison, at Vincennes, Ind. To Gen. Willam Harrison" "Dissolution Of The Vsn Buren Party" and more. 4 pages in nice condit
THE MADISONIAN, Washington, Jan. 18, 1840 Pg. 3 report: "Appalling Calamity" "Steambot [sic] Lexington Destroyed By Fire, And Nearly Two Hundred Lives Lost!", plus "Further Particulars". Says the boat left New York and that the fire occurred near Eltons Neck. Traces of foxing.
BAY STATE DEMOCRAT, Boston, February 3, 1840 A ftpg. business ad for "Patent Balances And Scales" gives details about the business. Includes two small woodcuts of scales and one of a balance. Fold creases, o/w generally good.
THE MADISONIAN, Washington, June 4, 1840. Has news of the day. Page 3 has a nice engraving supporting the Harrison-Tyler ticket. Nice to have in this uncommon title from Washington. 4 pages in nice condition. DO NOTE that the issue you recieve will differ in date than the pictured issue. However it will be of similar content and condition.
CITIZEN SOLDIER, Norwich, Vermont, December 18,1840 "Devoted To the Interests of the Militia, Military Science & National Defense" as noted in the masthead, where also is found their motto: "In Times Of Peace, Prepare For War". Lasted but 52 ... See More
THE WEEKLY HERALD, New York, Dec. 4, 1841 The top of the front page features a nice: "Portrait of the Prince De Joinville" as well as text: "Magnificent Farewell Dinner at the Astor House to the Prince De Joinville..." which is accompanied by an illustration of the layout of the ceremonies (see). Somewhat rare for newspapers of this era to have front page illustrations.
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MANCHESTER MEMORIAL AND PEOPLES, HERALD, New Hampshire, Dec. 22, 1841 Has literary content, topical reports, bits of news, and ads. Nice masthead.
Has a small hole at the fold juncture, a few stains above the masthead, and a foxing spot in the middle.
* New Year's Address
The front page has the New Years Address To the Patrons of the Representative. Small hole in unrelated content affects each leaf. Foxing in the upper left quarter of the ftpg., with a bit in this content, a few foxing spots.
NEW-HAMPSHIRE PATRIOT AND STATE GAZETTE, Concord, Aug. 4, 1842 On the front page under Impeachment of the President are the charges which Mr. Botts proposed to prefer against the President. Stray writing above the masthead, some fold foxing, otherwise in good condition.
* John Quincy Adams
* Veto message
The front page has: Mr. Adams's Report On The Veto Message, signed in type: John Quincy Adams, and by several others. Other news of the day includes: "A Tornado" "Naval Court Martial" "The Cunard Steamers" and more.
Some wear, fold creasing, small h
* John Quincy Adams
Page 2 has the Celebrated Report of Mr. Adams on the Veto. Takes about two columns, signed in type: John Quincy Adams , and by several other persons. A brief introduction by this paper is critical of Adams report. Other news of the day. 4 pages in nice condition.
* Ransom Cook
* The Employment of Convicts
Mr. Cook's Report On The Employment Of Convicts takes all of the front page, and all of pages 2 and 3, signed in type: Ransom Cook.
Other topics include: "The Piano Forte" "Discovery Of Coal In New York" "Self Made Men" and more. Quarto-size, 8 pages, subscribers name written in the left
* Rare title
One of the earliest Oneida Community titles we have, from shortly after its formal beginning. This small folio-size newspaper only published twice a month, by J. H. Noyes & J. L. Skinner. Within these 4 pages the editors espouse their Christian philosophy which became the foundation of the Oneida movement, wh