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691730

H.H. Holmes arrested... 1st U.S. serial killer...

Item #691730

November 22, 1894

BOSTON EVENING TRANSCRIPT, November 22, 1894



* re. H.H. Holmes arrest

* Herman Webster Mudgett

* 1st U.S. serial killer




The back page has a one column heading: "He was A Scamp At College" with subheads.  (see) Coverage on the recent arrest and indictment of H.H. Holmes, America's 1st serial killer.

Complete with all 10 pages, light toning, a little irregular along the s... See More  

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691397

H.H. Holmes..... 1st U.S. serial killer....

Item #691397

July 22, 1895

SOUTH BETHLEHEM DAILY GLOBE, Pennsylvania, July 22, 1895



* H.H. Holmes - Herman Webster Mudgett

* Infamous "Murder Castle" in Chicago


* America's 1st serial killer



The top of page 3 has a one column heading: "HOLMES, THE ARCH FIEND" with subheads. (see) Coverage on the recent murders by H. H. Holmes, who is considered to be America's first serial killer.

Compl... See More  

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691227

Black Americana - black voters, candidates, jurors, and more...

Item #691227

August 30, 1867

NEW YORK TRIBUNE, Aug. 30, 1867  The front page has: "NORTH CAROLINA - COLORED JURORS ALLOWED", "Abortion Case... A Woman Left To Die In The Streets", "The Indian War", "Delaware - A Colored Man Murdered", and more. Also present is a brief account of newly register voters in South Carolina, which includes the mention of blacks.

Page 5 has: "GEORGI... See More  

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$85.00
690325

The 13th Amendment becomes the law of the land...

Item #690325

December 07, 1865

NEW YORK TRIBUNE, Dec. 7, 1865 



* End of Slavery in America

* 13th Amendment becomes law

* Official announcement




The top of page 7 has first column heads announcing the very historic report that the 13th Amendment, which ended slavery in the United States, became the law of the land when the required number of states ratified the amendment on December 6.

The heads include: "THE ... See More  

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689216

Refitting a yacht for continued slave trading...

Item #689216

January 12, 1859

THE NEW YORK TIMES, January 12, 1859



* The Wanderer (slave ship)



Page 3 has about 1/2 of a column of text headed: "The 'Wanderer' Africans Westward-Bound-Curious Scenes" and more which concerns the yacht Wanderer possibly being involved with the African slave trade.

Other news of the day. Eight pages, nice condition.

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688931

Famous "telegraph" baseball game...

Item #688931

September 23, 1870

NEW-YORK TIMES, Sept. 23, 1870  Page 3 has: "Base-Ball The Championship Contest--Mutual vs. Atlantic--The Mutuals Win the Champion Pennant --Score 10 to 4". The summary (see) mentions that there was: "...a very large gathering of spectators on the Union Grounds...despite the fact that the admission fee was double the usual charge." Also says there was the largest gathering... See More  

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688882

The early works of James Fenimore Cooper...

Item #688882

February 02, 1822

COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, Boston, Feb. 2, 1822 



* James Fenimore Cooper

* Establishes himself as a great American novelist




Page 2 has an early report about James Fenimore Cooper, America's first great author. The report mentions in part: "The Spy--The author of this native novel...is a Mr. Cooper, of Westchester, New York son of the late Judge Cooper, formerly a member of Co
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688793

1870 Cincinnati Red Stockings baseball....

Item #688793

June 19, 1870

NEW YORK HERALD, June 19, 1870 



* Cincinnati Red (reds) Stockings

* Early baseball w/ box scores




Page 8 has an article headed: "The National Game" with subhead and box scores. (see) The Redstockings ended there 81 game winning streak just a few days prior.

Complete with 12 pages, a little irregular long the spine, generally in good condition.

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688771

From the Confederacy...

Item #688771

August 23, 1861

THE DAILY JOURNAL, Wilmington, North Carolina, Aug. 23, 1861  This is one of just a few newspapers which printed "Confederate States Of America" in the dateline. The front page is entirely taken up with ads.
War related items are on the inside pages including items headed: "Subjugating the South" "One Dismal, Universal Howl" "Admission of Missouri as
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688753

Portrait of an early baseball player...

Item #688753

September 29, 1866

FRANK LESLIE'S ILLUSTRATED, New York, Sept. 29, 1866  Page 4 has a 3 by 2 inch portrait of: "Edward Beadle, Gotham B. B. Club Of New York." Includes an article headed "Our Base Ball Illustrations" that compares the "new school" of ball players to the "old boys" and then describes the talent and skills of Beadle, a first baseman for the Gothams.

The... See More  

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688740

Battle Of Waterloo...

Item #688740
THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, London, July, 1815  Certainly the most significant item in this issue is the detailed account of the battle of Waterloo and the fall of Napoleon Buonaparte.

Under the heading "France" is a lengthy report which begins: "The second abdication of the Throne of France by Napoleon Buonaparte was alluded to in our last number, & has since received f... See More  

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688739

Battle Of Waterloo...

Item #688739
THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, London, July, 1815  Certainly the most significant item in this issue is the detailed account of the battle of Waterloo and the fall of Napoleon Buonaparte.

Under the heading "France" is a lengthy report which begins: "The second abdication of the Throne of France by Napoleon Buonaparte was alluded to in our last number, & has since received f... See More  

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688736

The art of throwing a baseball, with illustrations...

Item #688736

July 31, 1886

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, July 31, 1886  An inside page has a fascinating full page of text and illustrations on: "The Art Of Pitching In Baseball" written by noted baseball pioneer Henry Chadwick. Perhaps not surprising given this is a scientific magazine, the analysis of the "pitch" is very scientific.

The prints shown are captioned: "Diagram of the Rotary
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688686

Newspaper for African-Americans...

Item #688686
THE AFRICAN'S FRIEND, Philadelphia, 7th month, 1889  Subtitled: "For the Promotion of Religion & Morality" and near the top is: "For distribution among the colored people of the Southern States of the United States of America, and Liberia in Africa."

The title would suggest that it was sympathetic to the plight of the African Americans, from not long after the Civ... See More  

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688679

Check from Cooperstown, 1834...

Item #688679
This is a genuine check written on the "Otsego County Bank" of Cooperstown, New York dated Nov. 6, 1834. Included is the amount of $350 in the lower left corner with a signature in the lower right. There is a nice engraving of an eagle with an olive branch in its beak. Also a red ink cancellation.

An early financial item & great to have from this town famous as the home of the Baseb... See More  

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688586

Can a pitcher make a ball curve?

Item #688586

August 18, 1877

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, Aug. 18, 1877  Inside has an interesting article headed: "Curving a Base Ball" which begins: "I see by a reply to one of your correspondents that you seem to doubt the possibility of this feat. That a ball may be thrown with a curve seems to be an undisputed proposition among players..." with the balance of the article explaining--scientifica... See More  

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688529

Clara Barton at the infamous Andersonville prison...

Item #688529

August 03, 1865

NEW YORK TRIBUNE, Aug. 3, 1865  The front page has: "From Brownsville" "Troops Across the River with Rebel Officers at their Head" "Cortinas's Latest Movement" and: "The Surratt Mystery" and; "Our Returning Heroes" with more. 

Page 4 has over half a column on the famed Clara Barton visiting the Andersonville prison camp: "Miss B... See More  

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688528

Yale's commencement honoring the soldiers of the Civil War... 19th century baseball...

Item #688528

July 27, 1865

NEW YORK TIMES, July 27, 1865  Most of the front page is taken up with: "YALE COLLEGE" "Novel Episode in Commencement Festivities" "A Day Devoted to the Honor of Yale's Patriotic Sons" "The Boys Come Marching Home--Their Appearance" "The Procession & the Address of Rev. Dr. Bushnell" with more.

Some years later a proper memorial was c... See More  

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688527

Harvard's 'special' commencement on the end of the Civil War... Slavery abolished in Georgia...

Item #688527

July 25, 1865

NEW YORK TIMES, July 25, 1865  The entire front page features the coverage of "HARVARD" "Culmination of the Grand Commencement" which concludes on the back page.

Although the Civil War had not formally concluded, Harvard's Commencement Week, celebrated the end of the Civil War and honored the Harvard alumni who had served and died in it.
A "Commemoration O
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688357

Check from Cooperstown, 1834...

Item #688357
This is a genuine check written on the "Otsego County Bank" of Cooperstown, New York dated March 31, 1834. Included is the amount of $19 in the lower left corner with a signature in the lower right. There is a nice engraving of an eagle with an olive branch in its beak. Also a red ink cancellation.

An early financial item & great to have from this town famous as the home of the Base... See More  

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688317

Lincoln steps upon the national stage... The Cooper Union speech...

Item #688317

March 03, 1860

NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE, March 3, 1860  Pages 2 and 3 contain a lengthy speech headed: "NATIONAL POLITICS" "A Speech by Abraham Lincoln of Illinois" Delivered at the Cooper Institute, New York, Feb. 27" known more commonly as Lincoln's famous Cooper-Union speech.

At this point Lincoln had not declared himself a presidential candidate, and this was his first oppor... See More  

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688154

Battle of Chickamauga...

Item #688154

September 30, 1863

CHARLESTON DAILY COURIER, South Carolina, Sept. 30, 1863  This was one of only a few newspapers which printed: "Confederate States of America" in the dateline.

The front page includes: "Difficulty of Obtaining Intelligence--General Hood's Condition--Arrival of More Prisoners--No Indications of an Early Engagement" and "Promotions in the Army" "The Old F... See More  

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688046

Printed on Christmas day...

Item #688046

December 25, 1864

NEW YORK TIMES, Dec. 25, 1864  Among the front page column heads are: "MERRY CHRISTMAS" "The Observance & the Festivities of the Day" "The Skating Season" and more.

Although there is some Civil War reporting, it takes a back seat to celebrations of the season, particularly with this being a Christmas Day edition.

Eight pages, never-trimmed margins, good con... See More  

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688000

James Monroe's Proclamation on a treaty with Russia...

Item #688000

February 14, 1825

NEW-HAMPSHIRE PATRIOT AND STATE GAZETTE, Concord, Feb. 14, 1825  



* Russo-American Treaty of 1824

* Russian Empire & United States




The front page has: "By Authority. By the President of the United States of America. A PROCLAMATION" for a treaty between the U.S. and the Emperor of all the Russias, signed in type: James Monroe.

Text of the treaty is in French and English.

... See More  

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687910

America's first penny newspaper... Great item on Davy Crockett...

Item #687910

January 24, 1834

THE SUN, New York, Jan 24, 1834  This title is quite famous as the very first American "penny newspaper" having begun the year prior. Small in size and offered for just a penny, it appealed to the common man.

The back page has a curious item on Davy Crockett, at that time a member of U.S. Congress: "Soon after Col. Crocket's first appearance at Washington, being a new m
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687577

Beauregard's congratulations on Shiloh... Fort Jackson... Pulaski...

Item #687577

April 24, 1862

CHARLESTON DAILY COURIER, South Carolina, April 24, 1862 



* Battle of Shiloh - Pittsburg Landing - Beauregard's praise

* Fort Jackson... Fall of Pulaski...

* Rare Confederate title from the war origin




This was one of only a few newspapers which printed: "Confederate States of America" in the dateline (see images).

Perhaps the best items is: "Gen. Beauregard's A... See More  

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687488

One of the best issues on the Burr Conspiracy, with Jefferson's famous message to Congress...

Item #687488

January 31, 1807

COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, Boston, Jan. 31, 1807 



* President Thomas Jefferson

* Special message to U.S. Congress

* On the Aaron Burr conspiracy




A terrific issue on the Burr Conspiracy, as any number of websites can be found with the full text of this special message to Congress from the President, in which he discloses to them to full details of the conspiracy and his intents to prosecute A... See More  

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687252

End of fighting in the Civil War...

Item #687252

May 29, 1865

NEW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE: May 29, 1865 



* Edmund Kirby Smith surrenders

* re. Jefferson Davis capture

* Last battles of the Civil War




The top of the first column has an embellishment beneath which is: "PEACE ! " "Kirby Smith Surrenders" "The Old Flag Waves From Maine to the Rio Grande!". Also on the front page is: "JEFF DAVIS" "An Of
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687225

Much on the funeral of George Washington...

Item #687225

January 04, 1800

COLUMBIAN CENTINEL, Boston, Jan. 4, 1800 



* George Washington funeral

* President John Adams




All four pages have wide black mourning rules for the death of George Washington.

Page 2 has: "Further Respectful Testimonials, Sacred to George Washington, Deceased" "By the President of the United States of America, A Proclamation" signed in type: John Adams, concerning: ... See More  

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687127

Thoughts on the prospect of war with England... Printing of The Declaration...

Item #687127

July 02, 1812

INDEPENDENT CHRONICLE, Boston, July 2, 1812



* Declaration of Independence anniversary

* War with England imminent ?




On the ftpg. under "The Patriotism Of Our Fathers" is: "In Congress, July 4, 1776. By The Representatives Of The U. States Of America In Congress Assembled:  A Declaration" (see photos below). Hereafter is the text of the Declaration of Independence, s... See More  

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687002

Death of General Gaines...

Item #687002

June 09, 1849

DAILY NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Washington, D.C., June 9, 1849  The top of page 3 has: "Death of General Gaines" who was one of America's most senior officers and was a veteran of the War of 1812, Seminole Wars, Black Hawk War, and Mexican–American War.
This is followed by: "From San Francisco" which is a letter from San Francisco Bay. 
Four pages, very n... See More  

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686332

From the Confederacy with a report on Fort Hatteras...

Item #686332

July 16, 1861

THE DAILY JOURNAL, Wilmington, North Carolina, July 16, 1861 



* Rare Confederate publication



This is one of just a few newspapers which printed "Confederate States Of America" in the dateline. The front page is entirely taken up with ads.
War related items are on page 2 include: "Weapons" "England & France Side with the Southern Confederacy"
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686230

1874 Creedmoor Rifle Match with graphics...

Item #686230

September 28, 1874

THE NEW YORK HERALD, September 28, 1874



* 1st Creedmoor rifle match, Long Island

* Target results - illustrations




This issue has excellent coverage of the 1st international rifle competition at Creedmoor Rifle Range in Long Island, with page 3 containing several target illustrations. One column headings include: "THE GREAT RIFLE MATCH" "Ireland and America Struggle for the Ch... See More  

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686198

First Modern Musical... Broadway's prominance set in stone...

Item #686198

September 15, 1866

NEW YORK TIMES, Sept. 15, 1866  



* "The Black Crook" 1st week advertisement

* Very first musical theatre performance of the first ever modern day musical!

* Niblo's Garden - Broadway - New York City




Although an inconspicuous listing on page 7, the advertisement for the Broadway production of "The Black Crook" is quite significant.

As Wikipedia notes: &quo... See More  

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685724

The very first automobile advertisement in America...

Item #685724

July 30, 1898

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, July 30, 1898 



* Very 1st ever automobile advertisement

* Horseless carriage (historic)




A very significant issue in the history of automobiles, as the noted reference work "Kane's Famous First Facts" records that the mentioned advertisement was the very first automobile ad ever published in America. This same (or extremely similar) ad appear... See More  

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685708

Popular for the colorful political cartoons...

Item #685708

September 27, 1893

PUCK, New York, Sept. 27, 1893  Puck was America's first successful humor magazine of colorful cartoon caricatures and political satire, publishing from 1871 until 1918. It was also the first to successfully adopt full color lithography printing for a weekly publication. The color prints are much desired for their displayability. This issue has as its political cartoons:

front page: &quo... See More  

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685705

Baseball prints... Canada... Shohola Glen...

Item #685705

May 23, 1885

LESLIE'S ILLUSTRATED NEWSPAPER, New York, May 23, 1885  The front page includes a print of: "Canada - Fighting in the Northwest - A Shell from the Winnipeg Battery Striking a House Occupied by Half-Breeds During Gen. Middleton's Attack Upon Batouche".

Pg. 3 has a very nice full page montage of  7 vignettes of: "New York City--The Baseball Season--Sketches at the P... See More  

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685650

For and about the military... Champion Rifleman of America...

Item #685650

September 09, 1876

ARMY & NAVY JOURNAL, New York, September 9, 1876  Half of the front page is taken up with a nice ad "The Leech Cup won by Judge Gildersleeve, 'Champion Rifleman of America'  -- 1876 with the Sharps Rifle at Creedmoor, May 27...".

Inside the issue is an article "The War with the Sioux", "The campaign presents no new features except that the forces und... See More  

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685609

Terrific issue on the Jefferson/Callender situation...

Item #685609

October 26, 1802

AURORA GENERAL ADVERTISER, Frankford, Oct. 26, 1802



* President Thomas Jefferson

* James Callender squabble




Note that this issue was published in nearby Frankford to escape the Yellow Fever epidemic in Philadelphia.

Page 2 begins with a very lengthy editorial which includes: "The business of the late election had diverted our attention from various objects, and the execrable wretch Ca... See More  

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685605

Rare mention of "Sally" in Callender's letter...

Item #685605

September 11, 1802

AURORA GENERAL ADVERTISER, Frankford, Sept. 11, 1802  Note that this issue was published in nearby Frankford to escape the Yellow Fever epidemic in Philadelphia.

This issue has a wealth of fine content on the Callender/Jefferson situation. Page 2 begins with over a full column report/editorial concerning the two, the full text shown in the photos.

Also on page 2 is a letter signed in type b... See More  

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685124

Will the Mormons leave? On the assassination of Joseph Smith... America's first African-American lawyer...

Item #685124

July 27, 1844

NILES' NATIONAL REGISTER, Baltimore, July 27, 1844  Pages 4 and 5 contain a nearly full-column article on: "The Mormons" focused on driving the Mormons out of Illinois, and a bit on the assassination of Joseph Smith & his brother.

A few bits include: "...exhibits on the part of the anti-mormons a headstrong determination to persist i the which is, in its essence irrati... See More  

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685123

Will the Mormons leave? On the assassination of Joseph Smith... America's first African-American lawyer...

Item #685123

July 27, 1844

NILES' NATIONAL REGISTER, Baltimore, July 27, 1844  Pages 4 and 5 contain a nearly full-column article on: "The Mormons" focused on driving the Mormons out of Illinois, and a bit on the assassination of Joseph Smith & his brother.

A few bits include: "...exhibits on the part of the anti-mormons a headstrong determination to persist i the which is, in its essence irrati... See More  

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684990

Very rare baseball newspaper... "Hal" McClure... Bucknell graduate...

Item #684990

July 09, 1886

OFFICIAL (Baseball) RECORD, New York, July 9, 1886 



* Very rare baseball periodical



This is a volume two issue of a very rare & historically important baseball newspaper, the very first daily sports newspaper dedicated entirely to the national game of professional baseball. 

Although the masthead reads: "Official Record" the title at the top of pages 2, 3 & 4 rea... See More  

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684989

A possible Mormon connection? Two influencing events?

Item #684989

April 05, 1823

NILES' WEEKLY REGISTER Baltimore, April 5, 1823



* Jews and Mormons ?



An inside page has a brief report noting: "...that the society for meliorating the condition of the Jew, are now engaged in a negociation for 20,000 acres of land in the 'Genesee country' for a Jewish colony. Will the Jews work on it?"

In brief, this was an attempt by Elias Boudinot to create a land ... See More  

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684757

Pair of issues: criticizing astrology, with an astrologer's response...

Item #684757

October 01, 1869

BROUGHTON'S MONTHLY PLANET READER AND ASTROLOGICAL JOURNAL, Philadelphia, Oct., Nov., Dec., 1869 

Also: SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, New York, May 29, 1869 



The former was a fascinating and very unusual newspaper of small-size themed on predicting what would happen in the future--great to read in hindsight.

The feature article, which takes all of pages 1 thru 5, is headed: "A Reply... See More  

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684208

Vassar College... Early baseball...

Item #684208

November 17, 1866

LESLIE'S ILLUSTRATED, New York, Nov. 17, 1866  Inside has a half page print: "The Misses Cooke's School Room, Freedman's Bureau, Richmond, Va." showing a room full of African-American student. 

With a baseball connection, there is a small portrait of "Frank Pigeon, Of The Eckford B.B. Club, Brooklyn E. D.".

The double page centerfold has three views of t... See More  

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$61.00
683865

Much on the slaves from the yacht Wanderer...

Item #683865

December 24, 1858

DAILY NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Washington, D.C., Dec. 24, 1858  Page 3 has: "The Recently Imported Africans" from the slave ship Wanderer, noting in part: "...have brought over the slaves...made a professional visit to the negroes while they were encamped on Jekyll Island...they appeared to be Africans of fresh importation...that the Wanderer...brought over no slaves, but was si... See More  

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683862

On the slave ship Wanderer...

Item #683862

December 16, 1858

DAILY NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Washington, D.C., Dec. 16 1858  Page 3 has: "Alleged Landing of Africans In Georgia" is rather lengthy & includes in part: "...relative to the landing of a cargo ofd Africans from the yacht 'Wanderer' on the coast over islands near Brunswick...What was done with the negroes seems to be as important a question as any...They were landed, ... See More  

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683749

Slaves delivered to America... Return of slaves from the "Echo" slave ship...

Item #683749

December 12, 1858

NEW YORK HERALD, Dec. 12, 1858  Page 4 has a brief, yet historic report with a small heading: "The Yacht Wanderer" with a Savannah dateline. This is an infamous ship, as the Wanderer's notoriety is that it (illegally) delivered the next-to last load of African slaves to America. It notes in part: "...succeeded in evading the vigilance of the cruisers & landed a cargo of... See More  

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$51.00
683645

First trans-Atlantic telegraph message: Queen Victoria to President Buchanan...

Item #683645

August 17, 1858

DAILY NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER, Washington, D.C., Aug. 17, 1858  Page 3 has half a column with a report on the first telegraphic transmission across the Atlantic Ocean, headed: "Telegraphic Correspondence" "The Triumph Complete!--The Queen's Message To The President of the United States And The President's Reply".

The article begins: "Europe and America are now... See More  

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