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NATIONAL ADVOCATE, N.Y., Dec. 23, 1820 Pg. 2 has a "Description Of The Interior Of The New U. States Bank Building". Stray writing above the masthead, trimmed close at the bottom causing minor unrelated loss.
MANCHESTER REPRESENTATIVE, Manchester, N.H., Feb. 19, 1841 On pg. 2 under "Arrival of General Harrison" is a commentary stating in part: "Gen. Harrison has...already falsified the profession of log cabin plainness, simplicity and modesty...".
Lite rubbing on the ftpg. some lite foxing.
NATIONAL ADVOCATE, New York, July 3, 1820 "Daring Outrage" on pg. 2 describes the capture of a ship off Cape Henry by a "piratical brig". Pg. 3 has an ad for a "Circus" on Broadway with details about "Monsieur Godreau", a tight- rope walker.
First leaf has a small hole in unrelated content.
DAILY NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Washington, Nov. 25, 1839 Pg. 2 has an article " Deer Hunting In Wyoming (Pa.)" which describes Luzerne County as "picturesque and beautiful" & more, with much about the deer hunting there, plus mention of Harveys Lake and Bald Mountain. A nice article!
THE STATESMAN, N.Y., Jan. 20, 1826 A somewhat uncommon title containing general news and content, and ads. Lite fold rubbing on the ftpg., has a bit of stray writing in the right margin of the ftpg., some lite foxing.
NEW-HAMPSHIRE PATRIOT AND STATE GAZETTE, Concord, Nov. 28, 1831 Pg. 3 report: "Seneca Indians--Between two and three hundred Seneca Indians arrived in Cincinnati on the 10th inst., under charge of Col. McElvaine, on their way to lands beyond the Mississippi, provide for them by the government. Their lands relinquished, consist of about 40,000 acres, of excellent quality." A few traces of... See More
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.
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.
NATIONAL ADVOCATE, N.Y., Dec. 11, 1820 A pg. 2 item says that electors of Connecticut chose James Monroe and Daniel Tompkins, and that it was "...the first time the electoral votes of this state...were ever given for the republican candidates...". Stray writing in the masthead, trimmed close at the bottom causing minor unrelated loss.
EVENING GAZETTE, AND GENERAL ADVERTISER, Boston, June 3, 1815 Pg. 3 has: "Treaty of Alliance, Offensive and Defensive, Between, Russia, Austria, Prussia And Great Britain". Some foxing.
EVENING GAZETTE, AND GENERAL ADVERTISER, Boston, July 15, 1815 A pg. 2 item says that 3 large " Greenland whales" appeared off Long Branch, N.Y., with mention that one "ran ashore" but then recovered and joined the other two who "kept near him". Also word about a "beached" whale on the Jersey shore that was killed by people wielding scythes. Occasional foxing.
* New Year's Poems
GLEASON'S PICTORIAL, Boston MA, May 27, 1854. This 16 page newspaper is one of the few illustrated newspapers of that time. The famed Harper's Weekly didn't start until 1857. The woodcuts in these issues give the public a sense of what was going on around America at the time. This particular issue has the following woodcuts : May, ftpg. - Various illus. from the Crystal Palace - Eastwick's Vi... See More
GLEASON'S PICTORIAL, Boston MA, April 15, 1854. This 16 page newspaper is one of the few illustrated newspapers of that time. The famed Harper's Weekly didn't start until 1857. The woodcuts in these issues give the public a sense of what was going on around America at the time. This particular issue has the following woodcuts : Wild fowl shooting, ftpg. - The Hamilton Mansion, Hamilton Villag... See More
GLEASON'S PICTORIAL, Boston MA, August 19, 1854. This 16 page newspaper is one of the few illustrated newspapers of that time. The famed Harper's Weekly didn't start until 1857. The woodcuts in these issues give the public a sense of what was going on around America at the time. This particular issue has the following woodcuts: Philadelphia, ftpg. - Springfield, Massachusetts - New arsenal at... See More
NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, MD October 7, 1820. This 16 page newspaper has interesting news of the day throughout. A lot of the news in this newspaper is government related. Featured in this issue is a report of a new bank being planned for Tennessee. Octavo-size in nice condition except for little staining.
NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, MD November 7, 1829. This 16 page newspaper has interesting news of the day throughout. A lot of the news in this newspaper is government related. Featured in this issue is an article on African Colonization in American. This issue is in nice condition except for little staining.
NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, MD October 3, 1829. This 16 page newspaper has interesting news of the day throughout. A lot of the news in this newspaper is government related. Featured in this issue is an interesting report of trial case of a woman slave that escaped. This issue is in nice condition except for little staining.
BALLOU'S PICTORIAL, Boston, Mar. 17, 1855 This illustrated newspaper pre-dates Harper's Weekly but is formatted very much like it. The front page has a very nice graphic on the "State of Iowa" plus an article as well. Inside pages have prints of: "Mount Holyoke, From Amherst College, Mass." and two other prints at Amherst. Also a nice, early print of "The White House, Washington, D. C." with ... See More
Harper's WEEKLY, February 18 - March 10, 1860 This is a four issue set of Harper's Weekly issues containing all 4 installments of "The Uncommercial Travelar", by Charles Dickens. The set provides a 10% discount over purchasing the issues individually. The individual issues are described as:
Feb. 18, 1860 There is a small & untitled Winslow Homer print on ... See More
NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, Nov. 11, 1820 This 16 page newspaper has interesting news of the day throughout. A lot of the news in this newspaper is government related from different regions of America. Featured in this issue is a report on African colonization in America. Octavo-size in nice condition except for little staining.
GLEASON'S PICTORIAL, Boston MA, December 3, 1853. This 16 page newspaper is one of the few illustrated newspapers of that time. The famed Harper's Weekly didn't start until 1857. The woodcuts in these issues give the public a sense of what was going on around America at the time. This particular issue has the following woodcuts: Rail shooting, ftpg. - Court house, Bangor, Maine - City Hall, B... See More
LITERARY CADET & RHODE iSLAND STATESMAN, Providence, July 18, 1827 See the photo below for the interesting, illustrated advertisement for a "Warm Bath" with further text, and the print of a man in an 1820's-style bath tub. Complete in 4 pages, various news of the day plus many other ads as well. Some tears at the edges and some browning, generally nice as never bound nor trimmed.
NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, Nov. 18, 1820 Over 3 pages within this issue are taken up with the: "President's Message", being James Monroe's annual state-of-the-union address. At its conclusion it is signed in type by the President: James Monroe.
Among other reports in this issue are:
* "Legislature of Vermont"
* "Legislature of Arkansas&qu... See More
COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, Boston, Oct. 6, 1804 Pg. 2 news from "Vincenes" says that the "Delaware tribe of Indians relinquished to the United States all their claim to the extensive tract of country which lies between the Ohio, Wabash, and the road leading from Post-Vincenes, to the Great Falls of the Ohio." A few more comments about the importance of this acquisition. Very slight crease in this r... See More
ERIE GAZETTE, Erie, Pa., Nov. 9, 1837 On page 2 under "Important From Florida" is a report: " Glorious News -- Powell Taken--An express has just arrived in town from Fort Payton that Powell and 50 warriors have been taken prisoners..." Early and uncommon from the northwest corner of the Keystone State. Page 3 has archival mends to two minor margin tears and an archival reinforc... See More
NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, Oct. 2, 1830 Among the articles within are: "Negro Cloths", a letter signed in type: Andrew Jackson declining an offer to attend a public dinner in Knoxville; "Virginia Gold" "Origin of the Slave Trade"; a letter to John Adams concerning "Anticipated Revolutions" signed in type: Thomas Jefferson, datelines "M... See More
MANCHESTER AMERICAN & MESSENGER, Manchester, N.H., Sept. 4, 1852 On the front page under "Poetry" is a poem: "The Goblet of Life. By Henry W. Longfellow". Ftpg. has a bit of stray writing in the upper margin, archival mend to a tear in the last column of each leaf, bit of fold foxing on the front page.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, N.Y., Oct. 15, 1859 Front page illustration shows a worker seated at a machine: "Beauches Cigar-Making Machine", and an article: "Improved Machine For Making Cigars". A volume I issue of the "New Series". Soft horizontal fold crease. 16 pages.
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.
NEW-HAMSHIRE PATRIOT & STATE GAZETTE, Concord, Oct. 21, 1822 On the front page under "Expedition To The Rocky Mountains" is a lengthy extract from the "History of the Expedition from Pittsburgh to the Rocky Mountains". The expedition was led by Maj. Long in 1819. Takes most of three columns. Hole in unrelated content affects each leaf.
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
THE DEMOCRAT, Manchester, N.H., July 22, 1852 Topical item on the front page: "Gold Miners Lament". Subscribers name written in the upper margin, minor fold tear at the spine, archival mends to two tears on page 2, lite wear, two lite stains in unrelated text.
THE MERCURY AND NEW ENGLAND PALLADIUM, Boston, April 28, 1801 Page 2 report: "Castor Oil made in New York" describes the success of expressing oil from the seeds of the castor bean, mentioning that "...it is cold drawn and always fresher." Nice engraving of mercury in the masthead. Subscribers name in the blank area of the masthead, otherwise good.
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.
SUNDAY TIMES, N.Y., December 16, 1849 The photo shows the very nice masthead of this title which measures 15 1/2 inches across and is 3 inches tall. Mostly topical reports and literary-related content, some ads. Area of lite staining in the lower right corner affecting each leaf, some lite foxing. The issue that you receive may differ in date and content then the issue that is pictured. ... See More
DOLLAR WEEKLY MIRROR, Manchester, N.H., May 7, 1859 On page 2 under "Scissorings" is a brief report about the death of James D. Porter at Portland, Kentucky. Says he was known as the "Kentucky Giant" because he stood 7 feet 9 inches tall. Page 3 has an illustrated business ad for "Ambrotypes, Photographs & Daguerreotypes"
THE ALBION, New York, Dec. 1, 1838 Page 2 contains a lengthy article, taking over half the page, headed "Dickens's Tales" which begins: "Mr. Charles Dickens, the author of the above works, is the most popular writer of the day..." with much more (see photos). You get the complete 8 page issue, a bit irregular at the spine, a bit of scattered browning, generally quite nice.
NEW-HAMPSHIRE PATRIOT & STATE GAZETTE, Concord, Feb. 18, 1828 Page 3 has a one paragraph report about the death of Dewitt Clinton. Top and bottom of this report are black-bordered. First leaf has a small hole in the outer margin, small piece missing in the lower left corner, traces of foxing.
NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER, Baltimore, August 2, 1817 Over half a page is taken up with: "Emigration - Account of Emigrants from Foreign Countries Arriving in the United States..." which includes a chart of the names of the ships, where from, where arrived at, and the number of passengers. Also: "President's Tour" which includes several addresses to him & his resp... See More
NEW-HAMPSHIRE PATRIOT, Concord, July 9, 1816 Page 2 has a report: Bolivar Victorious". Front page has stray writing above the masthead and an area of rubbing, occasional foxing. 4 pages.
THE SPECTATOR, N.Y., Sept. 2, 1801 On the front page under "New York Prices Current" is a list of prices for various goods. Takes the entire first column. Lite stain in the lower margin, occasional foxing.
NEW HAMPSHIRE PATRIOT AND STATE GAZETTE, Concord, June 20, 1836 On the front page under a woodcut of an eagle is "AN ACT to extend the western boundary of Missouri to the Missouri River", signed in type: Andrew Jackson. This created what is now the northwest boundary of Missouri. Has a non-archival mend to a tear in the outer margin, occasional foxing.
TRUMPET AND UNIVERSALIST MAGAZINE, Boston, Sept. 13, 1828 Has religious-related content, a few news items. Masthead has a woodcut of a trumpeting angel. Lite foxing. 4 pages.
NEW-HAMPSHIRE PATRIOT & STATE GAZETTE, Concord, April 16, 1821
* Six James Monroe Acts
* Signed in type by James Monroe
On the front page under a woodcut of an eagle are six "Acts" and "A resolution authorizing the President...to cause astronomical observations to be made, to ascertain the Longitude of the Capitol, in...Washington, from some known meridian in Europe"... See More