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July 21, 1854
NEW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, July 21, 1854 Starting on the bottom of the 3rd column on page 4 and continuing through nearly all of column 4 is the untitled article themed (on the "works of Karl Marx website), "The Details of the Insurrection at Madrid - The Austro-Prussian Summons - The New Austrian Loan - Wallachia," which is written by Karl Marx, and is signed in block type: KARL... See More
August 7, 1854
NEW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, August 7, 1854 Starting at the bottom of the 3rd column on page 5 and continuing through the middle of the 2nd column on page 6 is the article, "THE WAR DEBATES IN PARLIAMENT," which is written by Karl Marx, and is signed in block type: KARL MARX.
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January 24, 1859
NEW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, January 24, 1859 Starting on the bottom of the 3rd column on page 4 and continuing through nearly all of column 4 is the untitled article themed (on the "works of Karl Marx website), "On Italian Unity," which is written by Karl Marx. Although unsigned, it is identified as his writing on the same site - which also prints the text of the article.
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February 1, 1859
NEW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, February 1, 1859 Page 3 has the 1+ column article, "AFFAIRS IN PRUSSIA," which is an article written by the NY Tribune foreign correspondent, Karl Marx. Also included on page 3 is, "THE MONEY PANIC IN EUROPE," which is a collaborative report by the team of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, foreign correspondents for the New York Tribune. Although bot... See More
July 8, 1854
NEW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, July 8, 1854 Page 4 has the 2 column article, "STATE OF THE RUSSIAN WAR," which is a collaborative report by the team of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, foreign correspondents for the New York Tribune. Although unsigned, the website headed, "Articles By Marx In The New York Tribune," identifies it as such (along with others).
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June 6, 1854
NEW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, June 6, 1854 This is an interesting issue, and an opportunity to own an original, 19th century newspaper containing an article written by Friedrich Engels, who along with Karl Marx became the most recognized communist revolutionaries of all time. Prior to becoming known for the political efforts, both men were foreign correspondents for the New York Tribune.
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May 20, 1854
NEW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, May 20, 1854 This is an interesting issue, and an opportunity to own an original, 19th century newspaper containing an article written by Friedrich Engels, who along with Karl Marx became the most recognized communist revolutionaries of all time. Prior to becoming known for the political efforts, both men were foreign correspondents for the New York Tribune.
Page 4 has a... See More
November 27, 1854
NEW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, November 27, 1854 This is an interesting issue, and an opportunity to own an original, 19th century newspaper containing an article written by Friedrich Engels, who along with Karl Marx became the most recognized communist revolutionaries of all time. Prior to becoming known for the political efforts, both men were foreign correspondents for the New York Tribune.
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January 14, 1826
THE NILES WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, Maryland, January 14, 1826
* Maryland Jew Bill becomes law
Under the heading "Maryland" is a very nice editorialized report acknowledging the very recent approval of the "Jew Bill" which allowed--for the first time--Jews to hold public office in the state of Maryland. The report reads in part: "The affairs of our stat... See More
January 17, 1859
NEW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, January 17, 1859
* The Emancipation Question
* Karl Marx - German socialist
* 1st Appearance
Whereas Karl Marx was a foreign correspondent for the New York Tribune, the NY Tribune also occasionally published some of his stand-alone work. Such is the case with this issue. Page 6 has what is classified as one of his minor works: "RUSSIA - THE EMANCIPATION ... See More
Item #653579NEW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, 1853-1856 Offered is an issue dated in the mid-1850's which provides the opportunity for a collector to own an original/authentic newspaper with an article written by Friedrich Engels, the communist revolutionary who would become more famous after his death than during his lifetime. Along with Marx, Engels wrote both "The Condition of the Working Class in Eng... See More
October 1, 1831
NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, October 1, 1831 Within this issue is an interesting article headed: "Negro College" coming from New Haven,and the text beginning: "Our readers, no doubt, will be surprised at the caption of this paragraph & will wonder what we mean by 'Negro college'. We will inform them that we mean, without any jesting, to say that ther... See More
Item #653287THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, London, June, 1801 There is a very small & inconspicuous item near the back under the "Obituary with Anecdotes of Remarkable Persons" section an entry reading: "At his house in Gloucester place, Brigadier-general Arnold. His remains were interred on the 21st, at Brompton. Seven mourning coaches and four state carriages formed the cavalcade.&quo... See More
October 19, 1816
NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, Oct. 19, 1816 The issue begins with over 2 pages being a dateline of the major battle of the Napoleonic War in Europe & the efforts of Napoleon, near the end of which is an entry: "1815 - Waterloo or Mount St. Jean--Bonaparte, after a most destructive battle,...against the allies under Wellington & Blucher, is defeated and totally rou... See More
February 20, 1830
NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, Feb. 20, 1830 Page 5 has a number of brief yet interesting items, including: "Key West - Com. Porter has written a letter saying that 'the harbor of Key West, is...the best harbor in the United States..." with more. Also: "Mobile has become a place of much business...has a fine inland trade by steam boats...". "Pirates"... See More
July 13, 1816
NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, Maryland, July 13, 1816 Perhaps the best content in this issue is a nice full page article headed: "Peace and War" which concerns: "A society has been established in Massachusetts by some christian philanthropists to discourage war..." with most of the page taken up with the thoughts of Thomas Jefferson, signed in type by him: T... See More
October 9, 1841
NILES' NATIONAL REGISTER, Baltimore, October 9, 1841 See the photo below for the brief, back page report concerning the "Africans of the Amistad" slave ship. A few years ago Stephen Spielberg did a movie on the Amistad.
Other reports include: "Cuba & the Slave Trade", reports from Canada, "Letters of Ex-President General Andrew Jackson" includes one sig... See More
May 3, 1834
NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, May 3, 1834 An inside page has a fascinating item extolling the oratory abilities of Colonel Davy Crockett in Congress, reading in part: "...And so the debate run on, as water runs down a hill, or the fountain flows in front of the capitol--but there was not much in it--till col. Crockett arose. Now every pen was dropped--every head was aroused--ev... See More
July 19, 1828
NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, July 19, 1828 The front page has, "CHARLES CARROLL," which gives details of the last surviving signor of the Declaration of Independence presenting a copy of The Declaration to the mayor of New York City, along with a copy of a letter written in his own hand which states in part: "Grateful to Almighty God for the blessings which, through ... See More
April 17, 1819
NILES WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, April 17, 1819 Among the articles are: "Privateering--and Piracy" "Banking Scraps" "Western Banks" "Jackson--Clinton and Scott" includes a letter signed by: Winfield Scott.
Sixteen pages, 6 1/4 by 10 inches, in very good condition.
This newspaper began in 1811 and was a prime source for national political news of t... See More
December 19, 1818
NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, Dec. 19, 1818 Inside has a brief yet notable item with a small head: "Maryland Legislature" which includes in part: "...A committee was appointed to bring in a bill to extend the same civil privileges to persons professing the Jewish religion as are enjoyed by those of any other religious sect..." (see). This would ultimately come to... See More
June 28, 1817
NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, Maryland, June 28, 1817 Inside has more than a full page headed: "Declaration of Independence" dated at Philadelphia, June 16, 1817. This is a lengthy letter from Thomas McKean, a member of the Continental Congress & signer of the Declaration of Independence, in which he clarifies the errors noted concerning the men who had actually declare... See More
June 10, 1815
NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, Maryland, June 10, 1815 The issue begins mid-sentence with: "Gen. Jackson's "Trial" taking over 4 pages. There are 3 pages of "Health Statistics" with state-by-state charts breaking down the population by sex, and age. There are nearly 2 pages of "War Events: Or Things Incidental to the Late War" which includes a su... See More
November 26, 1853
GLEASON'S PICTORIAL, Boston, England, November 26, 1853 This title was formatted much like the more popular "Harper's Weekly" being tabloid-size with several pages of prints. This title actually precedes Harper's, which did not begin publication until 1857.... See More
Within this issue are prints captioned: "The Mill Pond, Sleepy Hollow, At Tarrytown, New York" &quo
Within this issue are prints captioned: "The Mill Pond, Sleepy Hollow, At Tarrytown, New York" &quo
March 9, 1861
NEW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, March 9, 1861.
* Abraham Lincoln the new President of the United States
* Several responses to his Inaugural Address
* Gold mining at Pike's Peak
This 8 page newspaper has one column headlines inside that include: "The Border States" "Diplomatic Visit To Mrs. Lincoln" "Mr. Lincoln's Inaugural in New Orleans" "Effect Of The ... See More
May 23, 1856
DAILY NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Washington, D.C., May 23, 1856
* Charles Sumner & Preston Brooks
* "Bleeding Kansas" Congress attack
* Best title to be had from nation's capital
In the annals of Congressional history few events would prove as bazaar as the beating of Senator Charles Sumner on the floor of the Senate by Representative Preston Brooks. Many website provi... See More
October 9, 1858
HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, October 9, 1858
* Paul Morphy - American chess champion
* Mormons - Provo, Utah
The front page features a print of: "The Steamship Austria, Burned at Sea September 13, 1858" with accompanying article plus two more full page scenes inside.
Two halfpg. prints are of British Columbia: "Fort Langley, Frazer's River" and "F... See More
July 4, 1818
NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, July 4, 1818 A great issue on the beginnings of some notable cities in Ohio, Indiana and Illinois with an article headed: "The Public Lands" beginning: "...I proceed in this letter to give a brief account of the several land offices now in operation for the sale of the public lands in the states of Ohio and Indiana, and the adjoining territorie... See More
April 28, 1842
NEW YORK HERALD, Feb. 24, 1842 Although quite inconspicuous, page 3 shows "Passengers Sailed... Havre... Ship Villa de Lyon... Professor Longfellow, Cambridge". We believe this to be H. W. Longfellow, and the destination to be Le Havre, France.
Other news of the day along with period advertising is found throughout. See images for details.
Complete in 4 pages; nice condition.... See More
February 24, 1842
NEW YORK HERALD, Feb. 24, 1842 Although quite inconspicuous, page 3 shows under the contents of Graham's Magazine, "German Writers, by H. W. Longfellow," and "To One Departed, by Edgar A. Poe." It's nice to have the works of two renowned writers in the same advertisement.
Other news of the day along with period advertising is found throughout.
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April 30, 1853
THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS, England (3-issue set): April 30, May 14, & June 25, 1853
* Author of "Uncle Tom's Cabin," Harriet Beecher Stowe, takes London by storm
* Illustrations include her portrait and an award given to honor her accomplishment
The first publication of "Uncle Tom's Cabin," by Harriet Beecher Stowe, initially release in America, occur... See More
May 26, 1853
NEW YORK OBSERVER, May 26, 1853
* The New-York Observer critiques "Uncle Tom's Cabin" in detail
* Provides a list of both good points and flaws
* Calls Harriet Beecher Stowe a genius of a high order
Page 6 has under the title, "UNCLE TOM'S CABIN," a lengthy critique which provides an itemized list of both favorable and unfavorable points regarding Harriet Beeche... See More
May 5, 1853
NEW YORK OBSERVER, May 5, 1853
* England celebrates Harriet Beecher Stowe & "Uncle Tom's Cabin"
* Treatment of Indians in California
Page 6 has under the title, "Reception of Mrs. Stowe in England," details concerning her trip to England - which includes the address made in her honor, and the response given by her husband on her behalf. Included is an intriguing ... See More
August 27, 1852
NEW-YORK DAILY TIMES, August 27, 1852
* Charles Sumner's 1st major speech before the Senate (excerpts)
* Decries the Fugitive Slave Act - references public reaction to "Uncle Tom's Cabin" as support
On August 26, 1852, the newly elected senator, Charles Sumner, in defiance of strenuous efforts to the contrary, delivered his 1st major speech before the Senate, taking over ... See More
June 20, 1835
THE DOWNFALL OF BABYLON, New York, June 20, 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, the T... See More
January 7, 1847
THE DAILY UNION, Washington, D.C., Jan. 7, 1847 The ftpg. features much concerning the Mexican War including: "Honor to the Brave--Dinner to Gen. Houston" "The Mexican Armistice" "Army & Navy Intelligence" "Interesting from Mexico - Hostility Against Americans--Wretched Condition of American Deserters". Inside has considerable reporting of Congress... See More
December 30, 1808
Five very early 19th century American newspapers: The National Intelligencer, Dec. 30, 1808, U.S. Gazette for the Country, July 24 1809; Boston Gazette, May 28, 1804; New England Palladium, Aug. 10, 1802; and Columbian Centinel, Sept. 8, 1804. All five are good "newsy" newspapers of folio size, 4 pages, some margin tears, generally good condition. A nice set of five different, early news... See More
November 8, 1828
NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, Nov. 8, 1828 Page 4 has a very detailed article on the completion of the carved artwork of Luigi Persico, the artist who created the "Genius of America" pediment which fronts the Capitol building in Washington. It was work in progress from 1825 - 1828 and this report describes the work, beginning: "The scaffolding and shed which have... See More
October 28, 1859
NEW YORK TRIBUNE, a lot of eight consecutive issues dated Oct. 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31 and Nov. 1. Each issue has content concerning the recent John Brown's insurrection raid on Harper's Ferry, Virginia. Other content as well including the Pike's Peak Gold Rush & at least one article concerning Frederick Douglass.
All complete in 8 pages save for Oct., 29 which is lacking the f... See More
December 9, 1852
NEW YORK OBSERVER, December 9, 1852
* re: Uncle Tom's Cabin
* Among the earliest of literary responses (same year)
* State of the Union Address - President Millard Fillmore
Pages 6 and 7 have the entire text of President Millard Fillmore's State of the Union Address, signed in block type, MILLARD FILLMORE. The text, in part, includes: "Besides affording to our own citizens a d... See More
March 4, 1861
NEW YORK HERALD, March 4, 1861 This was the very day Abraham Lincoln would be inaugurated for his first term as President. Not surprisingly there is much content on that upcoming event, including ftpg. column heads: "The Incoming Administration" "The Preparations for the Inauguration To-Day" "Rumors in Regard to Changes in the New Cabinet" "Mr. Lincoln'... See More
May 31, 1803
GAZETTE OF THE UNITED STATES, Philadelphia, May 31, 1803 The top of the back page has a small advertisement for "The Rev. M. L. Weems", more popularly known as Parson Weems, the ad noting: "Is hereby authorized to solicit of the Ladies and Gentlemen of Philadelphia their subscriptions to the History of General George Washington."
Parson Weems was an author who wrote the... See More
January 14, 1860
HARPER'S WEEKLY, Jan. 14, 1860 Inside has two very nice, full page & displayable prints: "The Sleighing Season--The Upset" and "A Snow Slide in the City", both by famed artist Winslow Homer. Another full page shows: "The Emperor and Empress of France Hunting at Compiegne".
The back page has two cartoon illustrations. Complete in 16 pages, never bound no... See More
May 18, 1850
BOSTON MUSEUM, May 18, 1850 Page 6 has: "A Short Story by Dickens" contained here in its entirety (see). The back page has over 2 column headed: "Arrival of Three California Steamers" with much news from there including much on gold mining.
Eight pages, decorative masthead, very nice condition.
June 21, 1834
NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, June 21, 1834 An inside page has a very early report of the death of Lafayette: "...By a late arrival we learn that the good LAFAYETTE died on the 20th May in the 77th year of his age. The papers are filled with tributes of respect to his memory. He was the illustrious link between the past age & the present--the man of two worlds." ... See More
December 7, 1848
NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Washington, D.C., Dec. 7, 1848 Beginning on the front page and taking all of pg. 2 and most of pg. 3 is the: "President's Annual Message" to the nation, in which is a rather lengthy & detailed report on the discovery of gold in California.
Although there were earlier newspaper reports of gold discovery, this was the first "official" ... See More
February 12, 1820
THE LONDON GAZETTE, Feb. 12, 1820 Several pages has item relating to the proper mourning for the death of King George III. Great to have this content in the official newspaper of all things Royal.
Complete in 22 pages, 7 1/4 by 11 1/4 inches, very nice condition.
January 3, 1852
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, January 3, 1852
* Reflections on the discoveries during 1851...
* The New York World's Fair and the Crystal Palace
Patents, new inventions and discoveries, and the mid 1800's world of science is explored within the pages of this issue from early 1852. Inside has two articles of particular interest: "Progress of Discovery During 1851" and "A World&... See More
January 15, 1853
THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS, England, January 15, 1853
Page 48 has a portrait of "Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe, Author Of 'Uncles Tom's Cabin'," with related text beginning on 46 and continuing the the left of the portrait. The article states in part: "Of the personal history of this powerful writer, who has achieved a reputation entitling her to ranks with the au... See More
July 28, 1858
NEW YORK HERALD, July 28, 1858. The top of the ftpg. has column heads: "News From Frazer River" "The Excitement On The Pacific Coast" "Yield Of The New Mines" "Important Letter from Ex.-Gov. Stevens, of Washington Territory" "Our Rights In The New Gold Region" "Twenty-five Thousand Californians en route for the British El Dorado"... See More
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