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704265

Reinventing the English language...

Item #704265

October 12, 1850

WECLI FONETIC ADVOCET, Sinsinati, O., Octobur 12, 1850  [Weekly Phonetic Advocate, Cincinnati, Ohio]  This is one of the more curious newspapers of the 19th century.

During this time there was a movement afoot to create a new mode of writing & spelling: to spell words as they sounded, phonetically. Obviously it never caught on, but it did result in this unusual newspaper which is al... See More  

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704141

First Jewish-American appointed to a federal post...

Item #704141

June 11, 1801

THE UNIVERSAL GAZETTE, Washington, D.C., June 11, 1801  It is reported in a brief, inconspicuous report on page 2, but its significance is considerable.

It was in 1801 when a significant stride in the recognition of Jewish Americans when President Thomas Jefferson appointed the very first Jew to a federal position by naming Reuben Etting of Baltimore as United States Marshall for Maryland. T... See More  

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704122

Abraham Lincoln the inventor - a buoying apparatus...

Item #704122

December 01, 1860

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN MAGAZINE, New York, December 1, 1860



* Abraham Lincoln as an inventor

* Buoying vessels




Page 4 has a great article headed: "The President Elect's Mode of Buoying Vessels" which also includes a nice illustration of the device captioned: "Abraham Lincoln's Apparatus For Buoying Vessels." (see).

The text, taking most of a column, ends with... See More  

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703716

Very lengthy on the sea monsters...

Item #703716

September 24, 1817

COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, Boston, Sept. 24, 1817 



* Sea serpents - monsters



The front page has an unusually lengthy article headed; "The Sea Monster" followed by another titled: "Sea Serpent". Page 2 has: "The President's Return".

Four pages, a strong mid-fold with wear, a small archival mend along the left spine, but otherwise nice.... See More  

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703666

The first state-of-the-union address to be read to Congress in Washington...

Item #703666

December 11, 1800

THOMAS'S MASSACHUSETTS SPY OR WORCESTER GAZETTE, Dec. 11, 1800  Page 3 has the full text of President John Adams' state of the union address and is signed in type: JOHN ADAMS.

This was the first state-of-the-union address to be given before the joint session of Congress at the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C., (Washington's terms were in New York & Phila.) and the la... See More  

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703665

Creating the Library of Congress... Captured & murdered by pirates near Haiti...

Item #703665

May 07, 1800

THOMS'S MASSACHUSETTS SPY OR WORCESTER GAZETTE, May 7, 1800  Page 2 has most of a column taken up with a report headed: "HORRID DETAIL  - Declaration of J. C. Anthony, late Captain of the Schooner Mary, taken by Pirates, and Carried into Gonave" near Haiti.

The report offers much detail, a few bits noting: "...was boarded by the crews of 3 barges armed, who had been i... See More  

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703148

Millerism in Canada...

Item #703148

April 05, 1861

THE WILMINGTON DAILY HERALD, North Carolina, April 5, 1861  Page 2 has an article: "Millerism Cropping Out In Canada" with bits noting: "..the excitement in reference to the second coming of Jesus Christ...new prophets of the Miller school are springing up, who seem to have discovered that the Saviour's second appearance on earth will positively take place in 1868..." ... See More  

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703144

Historic!

The Jew Bill... Striving for equal rights for the Jews...

Item #703144

May 29, 1819

NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, May 29, 1819 



* Precursor to the Jew Bill - extremely historic

* Equal rights for Jews - voting

* Henry Marie Brackenridge's speech




This notable issue contains the full text of the speech presented by H.M. Brackenridge in the Maryland House of Delegates when the Jew Bill was under consideration.

The text of Brackenridge's speech is ... See More  

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703105

Exploring the Yellowstone... Westward expansion...

Item #703105

January 15, 1820

NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, Jan. 15, 1820 



* Yellowstone expedition - American frontier



Certainly the best is the lengthy report headed: "Expedition to the Yellow Stone" which has some great detail on this expedition, which is a very early report. The text takes over 3 pages and includes a half pg. chart headed: "Statement Showing the Movement of the Troops com... See More  

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702904

Rare and early title from Honolulu...

Item #702904

February 22, 1845

THE POLYNESIAN, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, Feb. 22, 1845 



* Very rare 19th century Hawaiian publication



One of the earliest newspapers we have offered from Hawaii, and fourteen years earlier than the few of this title we offered in recent years.

The "first series" of this title existed for just 1 1/2 years from 1840 to 1841. It proved unprofitable and was shut down. Th... See More  

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702880

The Gold Rush in California... Early from the capital of Florida...

Item #702880

April 14, 1849

THE FLORIDIAN & JOURNAL, Tallahassee, April 14, 1849 



* Early California gold rush report

* Rare title from pre-civil war Florida




Page 3 has: "Interesting From California" which takes over a full column with various news items from the gold region. Some bits include: "...The whole of Lower California was deserted by the men who had gone North to the placer. When Mr. ... See More  

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702714

Rhode Island congratulates the President on his inauguration...

Item #702714

June 23, 1801

NEW-ENGLAND PALLADIUM, Boston, June 23, 1801  Page 2 contains a fine letter: "To Thomas Jefferson, President of the United States" from the legislature of Rhode Island, congratulating him on being inaugurated as President.

This is followed by: "The President's Answer" signed in type: T. Jefferson.

Four pages, never-trimmed margins, very nice condition.... See More  

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702706

Thomas Jefferson's inaugural address...

Item #702706

March 09, 1805

NEW-ENGLAND PALLADIUM, Boston, March 15, 1805  A very historic issue as nearly 2 columns on page 2 are taken up with Thomas Jefferson's inaugural address for his second term as President.

It is introduced with: "On the 4th inst. at 12 o'clock Mr. Jefferson appeared in the Chamber of the Senate of the United States, where his re-election was declared, and the neces... See More  

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702705

Thomas Jefferson's inaugural address...

Item #702705

March 14, 1805

BOSTON GAZETTE, March 14, 1805 



* President Thomas Jefferson

* Inauguration - inaugural address




Page 2 has the lengthy: "President Jefferson's Speech" which is his inaugural address, introduced with: "This day, at 12 o'clock, Thomas Jefferson, President of the United States, took the oath of office & delivered the following Inaugural Speech..." which tak... See More  

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702703

Lewis and Clark begin their epic Voyage of Discovery...

Item #702703

November 26, 1803

COLUMBIAN CENTINEL & MASSACHUSETTS FEDERALIST, Boston, Nov. 26,1803  Page 2 has several items concerning the recent Louisiana Purchase, but certainly the most significant is a report from Louisville noting: "Capt. Clark, and Mr. Lewis, have left this place in the prosecution of their expedition to the westward. They have been sent thereon by the President of the United States. The ob... See More  

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702702

Lewis and Clark begin their epic Voyage of Discovery...

Item #702702

November 26, 1803

COLUMBIAN CENTINEL & MASSACHUSETTS FEDERALIST, Boston, Nov. 26, 1803 (at a slightly reduced price)



* Lewis and Clark Expedition begins

* Louisville, Kentucky - Ohio River




Page 2 has several items concerning the recent Louisiana Purchase, but certainly the most significant is a report from Louisville noting: "Capt. Clark, and Mr. Lewis, have left this place in the prosecution of th... See More  

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702672

1808 Theatrical ad includes Edgar Allan Poe's father...

Item #702672

December 26, 1808

BOSTON GAZETTE, Dec. 26, 1808



* Edgar Allan Poe's father theater ad



A curious literary item here as the top of page 3 has an advertisement for the "Boston Theatre" with the performance of: "BATTLE OF HEHAM", a theatrical performance, with one of the principal characters being "Mr. Poe" as "Montague". He was the father of Edgar Allan Poe.

Four page... See More  

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702621

Pony Express - collecting mail for the very first run...

Item #702621

April 02, 1860

NEW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, April 2, 1860



* Pony Express - prior to 1st trek

* Saint Louis, Missouri




Page 3 has a very interesting article concerning the beginning of the Pony Express service, outlining the charges. The text is headed: "The California Pony Express" and is datelined St. Louis, with portions including: "We learn...that they commence receiving despatches for the Cal... See More  

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702599

Campaign newspaper supporting Zachary Taylor for President... Great political cartoon for a masthead...

Item #702599

September 07, 1848

THE BATTERY, Washington, Sept. 7, 1848  This was a campaign newspaper supporting Zachary Taylor for President and Millard Fillmore for Vice President.

In the era before radio, television, and the internet it was not uncommon for political parties to create short-lived newspapers to support their candidate and publicize their political platform. Such newspapers were short-lived; once the elec... See More  

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702595

Campaign newspaper supporting Zachary Taylor for President... Great political cartoon for a masthead...

Item #702595

August 10, 1848

THE BATTERY, Washington, Aug. 10 1848  This was a campaign newspaper supporting Zachary Taylor for President and Millard Fillmore for Vice President.

In the era before radio, television, and the internet it was not uncommon for political parties to create short-lived newspapers to support their candidate and publicize their political platform. Such newspapers were short-lived; once the elect... See More  

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702081

A gift for your barber...

Item #702081

February 01, 1831

RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN & GAZETTE, Providence, Feb. 1, 1831 



* Early barber shop advertisement



Page 3 has a very interesting illustrated advertisement for a barber, with text on the service he provides including; "...to know where to cut and where to leave the hair so as to hide as much as possible all deformity of the head..." (see).

Four pages, rejoined at the spine, tape... See More  

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702052

Theatrical ad includes Edgar Allan Poe's father...

Item #702052

November 28, 1808

BOSTON GAZETTE, Nov. 28, 1808



* Edgar Allan Poe's mother theater ad



A curious literary item here as page 3 has an advertisement for the "Boston Theatre" with one of the plays: "SIXTY THIRD LETTER", a theatrical performance, with one of the principal characters being "Mrs. Poe" as "Lydia". She was the mother of Edgar Allan Poe.

Four pages, light fo... See More  

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701927

1850 Magazine by the famed Charles Dicken...

Item #701927

August 10, 1850

HOUSEHOLD WORDS, London, England, Aug. 10, 1850



* Charles Dickens publication



This 24 page issue is in nice condition and measures 6 x 9 inches. This was a weekly journal which was conducted by Charles Dickens as noted in the masthead. This magazine has mainly literary reading (stories, poems etc.), some by Charles Dickens himself.



wikipedia notes: "On 21st January 1846 Charles Dick... See More  

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701566

Swedenborgianism... of Johnny Appleseed fame...

Item #701566

December 03, 1858

NEW YORK TIMES, Dec. 3, 1858  Page 2 has: "RELIGIOUS HISTORY - Chronicles of Religious Sects in the United States". This is the 34rd installment in the series with a focus on Swedenborgianism which were based on the doctrines of Emanuel Swedenborg. The article is lengthy taking 2 1/2 columns and provides details of their founding and beliefs. Quite interesting. Note: Johnny Applesee... See More  

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701518

The yacht 'America' wins the first of what will become the America's Cup race...

Item #701518

August 25, 1851

THE TIMES, London, Aug. 25, 1851 



* 1st America's Cup

* Yacht "America" wins




Nearly half of page 5 is taken up with very detailed accounts of: "The Cowes Regatta" in England, which would become known as the famed America's Cup race.

This was the very first of this iconic race, and since won by the yacht "America" it would forever become known as t... See More  

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701490

Edgar Allan Poe Parents Theatre Ad In 1806...

Item #701490

November 24, 1806

BOSTON GAZETTE, Nov. 24, 1806



* Edgar Allan Poe's father & mother theater ads

* Eliza Arnold Hopkins Poe & David Poe Jr.




The top of page 3 under "Boston Theatre" is a  notice for the performance of "IRON CHEST", with Mr. Poe as "Armstrong" and Mrs. Poe as "Barbara" re. the parents of Edgar Allan Poe.

Complete with 4 pages, minor spin... See More  

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701405

Early mention of Davy Crockett... J.Q. Adams' state-of-the-union address...

Item #701405

December 08, 1827

NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, Dec. 8, 1827 



* Very early Davy Crockett mention

* President John Quincy Adams

* State of the Union Address




Page 7 has an updated list of the members of the House and Senate, which includes of David Crockett with acknowledgment of him being a new member. This is the earliest mention of him in a nationally distributed newspaper we have seen to-dat... See More  

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701269

Theatrical ad includes Edgar Allan Poe's mother...

Item #701269

September 06, 1806

BOSTON GAZETTE, Sept. 6 1806



* Edgar Allan Poe's mother theater ad



A curious literary item here as the top of page 3 has an advertisement for the "Boston Theatre" for the performance of: "SECRETS WORTH KNOWING", a theatrical performance, with one of the principal characters being "Mrs. Poe" as Rose Sydney. (see image) She was the mother of Edgar Allan Poe.

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701219

Death by duel of naval hero Stephen Decatur...

Item #701219

March 25, 1820

NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, March 25, 1820  



* Stephen Decatur killed (1st report)

* United States Navy commodore

* Duel vs. James Barron




The ftpg. has an article with small head: "Melancholy Occurrence" which begins: "A duel was fought on Wednesday...between the victor of the Macedonian, Com. Decatur, and com. Barron who commanded the Chesapeake frigate...Th... See More  

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701071

The Mormons have abandoned Salt Lake City...

Item #701071

July 15, 1858

DAILY NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Washington, D.C., July 15, 1858 



* Brigham Young - Mormons - Mormonism

* Salt Lake City evacuated - Utah War ending




Page 3 has: "The Latest From Utah--The Mormons Abandoning Salt Lake" which notes in part: "...Young and the rest of the Mormons...had evacuated the city and gone south to Provo. The city looked almost completely deserted. Peace... See More  

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700971

End of "The Mormon" publication in 1857...

Item #700971

October 08, 1857

THE CIRCULAR, Oneida, New York, Oct. 8, 1857 



* Brigham Young sermon on Women & provisions

* The Mormon (newspaper) ends publication

* Mormons - Mormonism - 1855-1857




This is an uncommon periodical published by the Oneida Community, a Utopian commune founded by John Humphrey Noyes in 1848 in Oneida. The community believed that Jesus Christ had already returned in the year 70, maki... See More  

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700613

The minting of Gold Half Eagles... 1820...

Item #700613

November 25, 1820

NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, Nov. 25, 1820 



* Gold Half Eagles - coins

* United States Mint




Featured is a nice report on the United States Mint going to mint half eagle coins in gold. See images for details.

Additional articles provide news from various regions throughout America, and include political reporting.

Complete in 16 pages, 9 3/4 by 6 1/4 inches, nice condition.... See More  

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700434

Abraham Lincoln is nominated for President...

Item #700434
HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE, New York, July, 1860 



* Abraham Lincoln accepts presidential nomination

* Republican National Convention in Chicago




Near the back under the report: "Monthly Record of Current Events" is a quite lengthy report concerning the Republican National Convention which met recently in Chicago. Included is a lengthy abstract of the Republican platform... See More  

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700184

Death of George Meade... Gettysburg fame...

Item #700184

November 08, 1872

THE NEW YORK HERALD, Nov. 8, 1872



* General George Gordon Meade

* American Civil War General

* Battle of Gettysburg hero




The top of page 10 has a one column heading: "THE DEAD HERO OF GETTYSBURG" with subheads. (see images)

Complete with all 12 pages, good condition.

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699168

The Mormons vs. the U.S. Army...

Item #699168

July 24, 1858

DAILY NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Washington, D.C., July 24, 1858 



* Gen. Albert S. Johnston

* Utah War expedition ending




Page 3 has: "News From Salt Lake City" which notes in part: "...Gen. Johnston was entering the city. The Mormons were still at Provo...Communication between the Peace Commissioners and Brigham Young was kept up daily...The Mormons would not rent their hou... See More  

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699025

1858 Boston Olive Branch; Very Uncommon Title!

Decorative Masthead

Item #699025

July 31, 1858

BOSTON OLIVE BRANCH, July 31, 1858



* Great masthead for display



A family-oriented newspaper with science, literary, horticultural, art and humor-related content. Large decorative mastheads. Several small wood-block illustrations. Page 7 has an ad for: "LIFE THOUGHTS", by Henry Ward Beecher.

We have only had 3 issues of this title in nearly 50 years.

Complete in 8 pages. Archivall... See More  

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698497

From the deep South with slave related ads...

Item #698497

September 08, 1854

THE NEW ORLEANS DAILY DELTA, Louisiana, Sept. 8, 1854



* Rare antebellum publication

* 9 illustrated slaves related advertisements

* From the deep South




News of the day with several advertisements including 13 illustrated steamboat ads on the front page. Page 2 has four slavery related ads. And five more on the back page. (see)

Four pages, minor margin wear, generally nice.... See More  

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698476

1899 - The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race - The Battle of the "Blues"...

Item #698476

March 25, 1899

THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS, England, March 25, 1899



* The legendary battle between Oxford and Cambridge

* The Battle of the Blues (Dark Blues vs. Light Blues)

* Each crew team shown in their school color




The centerfold shows the crew teams of the upcoming Oxford and Cambridge Boat-Race, with the members of the Oxford "Dark Blues" on the left, and the members of the Cambridge &qu... See More  

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698475

Westward expansion... Decorative masthead...

Item #698475
OLIVE BRANCH, Boston, 1854 and 1856  A lot of four issues in mixed condition, all with a great masthead and with at least some westward-expansion themed reporting and/or advertising.  One of the more decorative mastheads  of the era. 

Four pages, some fold wear, edge tears, etc.  All issues are complete and are offered at a significant discount over their single issu... See More  

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698472

Treaty of Ghent ends of the War of 1812...

Item #698472

February 22, 1815

BOSTON PATRIOT Feb. 22, 1815  Page 2 has a very nice printing of the peace treaty which ended the War of 1812 with the complete text taking nearly three wide columns. At the end of the treaty are the signatures of the respective "Plenipotentiaries" and the concluding remarks of the President, in which he prevails upon all to "...faithfully ...observe and fulfill the said Treaty... See More  

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698471

William H. Harrison on the Battle of Tippecanoe...

Item #698471

December 07, 1811

COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, Boston, Dec. 7, 1811  Page 2 has: "Indian War--Official" being a letter to the Secretary of War signed in type: Wm. Henry Harrison, datelined "H.Q. near the Prophet's Town, November 8, 1811." The letter describes the battle of Tippecanoe beginning with: "...the dawn of yesterday terminated any action between the troops under my command, and the... See More  

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698467

Prints from the California Gold Rush...

Item #698467

January 29, 1853

THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS, England, Jan. 29, 1853  An inside page has: "Photographs From California" which includes three prints, captioned: "Industry Bar" "Sicard, On the Yuba" and "Gold Washing on the Yuba" with related text on the California Gold Rush.

It is rare to find periodicals with illustrations of the on-going California Gold Rush.

Complet... See More  

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698465

Texas to join the Union? Jackson's state-of-the-union address...

Item #698465

December 13, 1836

PHILADELPHIA MIRROR, Dec. 13, 1836  Page 2 has; "Interesting From Texas" concerning whether to release Santa Anna (they do not), and also: "...prospects of Texas, accompanied by resolutions, empowering the President...to treat with the government of the U.S., for the admission of Texas into the Union..." with more. Also: Battle with the Indians".

Over two pages are t... See More  

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698461

The "downfall of Babylon" and "fake news"...

Item #698461

October 10, 1835

THE DOWNFALL OF BABYLON, New York, Oct. 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 and a subtitle: "Or, the Triumph... See More  

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698452

The slave trade while Kansas was bleeding... Pike's Peak - Boom or Bust (?)

Item #698452

June 14, 1859

THE NORWALK EXPERIMENT, Huron County, Ohio, June 14, 1859



* Pike's Peak - Gold "Boom" or "Bust"?

* Selling Kansan slaves to southern states



Page 2 has a troubling article, "GREELEY MEETS A SLAVE DEALER", which tells of a man thanking Horace Greeley for his efforts to see Kansas and Missouri become free of slaves. The man goes on to state that he himsel... See More  

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698448

General Warren's monument... The Bible lands...

Item #698448

June 20, 1857

HARPER'S WEEKLY, New York, June 20, 1857  The full front page features: "Prince Frederic William of Prussia, and the Princess Royal of England" which also has an inside accompanying article.

"Travel Notes in Bible Lands" features nearly half page illustration of: 'Bethlehem' and a smaller print of: 'Grotto of Christ's Birth' & 'Church of th... See More  

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698441

Published by P.T. Barnum...

Item #698441
ILLUSTRATED NEWS, New York, May 21, 1853  Phineas T. Barnum was the co-owner of this early illustrated newspaper which preceded both "Leslie's Illustrated" and "Harper's Weekly", the latter two becoming immensely more successful. This effort by Barnum and the Beach brothers would last for only 48 issues, or less than one year.

Among the prints are: "Destructi... See More  

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698440

Published by P.T. Barnum...

Item #698440
ILLUSTRATED NEWS, New York, May 21, 1853  Phineas T. Barnum was the co-owner of this early illustrated newspaper which preceded both "Leslie's Illustrated" and "Harper's Weekly", the latter two becoming immensely more successful. This effort by Barnum and the Beach brothers would last for only 48 issues, or less than one year.

Among the prints are: "Destructi... See More  

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698439

Published by P.T. Barnum...

Item #698439
ILLUSTRATED NEWS, New York, May 21, 1853  Phineas T. Barnum was the co-owner of this early illustrated newspaper which preceded both "Leslie's Illustrated" and "Harper's Weekly", the latter two becoming immensely more successful. This effort by Barnum and the Beach brothers would last for only 48 issues, or less than one year.

Among the prints are: "Destructi... See More  

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698436

German language newspaper from 1833 Harrisburg...

Item #698436

October 24, 1833

HARRISBURGER MORGENROTHE, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Oct. 24, 1833  A quite scarce newspaper for the German-speaking community in the Harrisburg area, printed entirely in the German language. Gregory's "Union List of American Newspapers" notes that only the Pennsylvania State Library has a reasonable run of this title, two other institutions having but a single issue.

Four pages... See More  

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$48.00
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