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mand of the King's Troops in North America; Particularly to that which respects the unfortunate Issue of the Campaign in 1781. With an Appendix, containing Copies and Extracts of those Parts of his Correspondence with Lord George Germain, Earl Cornwallis, Rear Admiral Graves, etc. Which are referred to therein. Sixth Edition. London, 1783.

8vo, half morocco, gilt top, by Bradstreet.

934 CLINTON. Narrative. Philadelphia, 1865. 8vo, 3l., pp. 115.

In this detail Sir Henry acquits himself of all share in Lord Cornwallis's misfortune.
See Sabin's Dictionary, No. 13751.


935 CLINTON. Observations on some Parts of the Answer of 500 Earl Cornwallis to Sir Henry Clinton's Narrative. By Lieut-Visconsi enant-General Sir Henry Clinton, K. B. To which is added an Appendix, containing Extracts of Letters and other Papers, to which Reference is necessary. London, 1783.

8vo, half morocco, uncut, by Bradstreet.

938 CLINTON. The same. Philadelphia, John Campbell.

Of the Philadelphia reprint, 200 copies were printed in 8vo, 75 in 4to, and 25 in folio

263 folio Sonest Clinton. Wisconsin

937 CLINTON. Observations on Mr. Stedman's History of the 263 American War. By Lieutenant-General Sir Henry

K.B. London, J. Debrett, 1794.

938 CLINTON. The same. New York, Reprinted, 1864.

50 copies privately printed, for presentation only.


4to. 212

Fönest 8v0.0.49.3

939 CLOPTON, J. B., and H. T. Brady, Catalogue. 2 vols., 8vo. 04

940 CLUBS. A Compleat and Humorous Account of all the Re-
markable Clubs and Societies in the Cities of London and West-
minster, their Original with Characters of the most noted Mem-
bers. Front. London, 1745-
12mo, old calf.

Some very curious clubs are described in same volume The R-Y-L Mistake or
a Catechism for the I-sh Parliament, 1752.

941 COBBETT, M. History of the Reformation.

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942 COBBETT. Political Censor, 1796, also The Rush Light.

The Rush Light is a rare and rather scurrilous performance, rarely found complete.



8vo, uncut, pp. 47-309

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943 [COBBETT.] Little Plain English, addressed to The People of
the United States. Philadelphia, 1795. 8vo, half green morocco.
Relates to Jay's Treaty.
COBBETT. Life of Cobbett.
COBBETT'S Political Register.
13 and 15. in half russia, vols. 41

40944 4.40945


Filte2 946

Philadelphia, 1835.


Vols. 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, and 52 to 70 in 11 vols., Boards, together 22 vols.

Contains a vast amount of political intelligence. See Sabin's Dictionary, No. 14021.
N. Y., 1867. 12mo, cl ̧

COBBIN, I. Descriptive Testament.

947 COCHRANE, C. B. Address, Centennial Celebration of New Boston. Albany, N. Y., 1863.

50947 Asher

8vo, uncut.

2.75 948 [Cox, David B. Record of the Coe Family, 1596-1865.


N. Y., 1856. 8vo, half morocco, gilt top, interleaved, by Bradstreet.
COE. The same.


COFFIN, C. History of the Battle of Breed's Hill, by Major1,63950 Generals William Heath, Lee, Wilkinson and Dearborn. Piston Portland, 1835.

25951 COFFIN, T. Descendants of Ed. Woodman.

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8vo, pp. 36.


COFFIN. Our New Way Round the World. Bost., 1869. 8vo.

COFFIN, J. A Sketch of the History of Newbury, Newburyport, and West Newbury, from 1635 to 1845. Bost., 1845. 8vo.

COGHLAN, [Margaret.] Memoirs of Mrs. Coghlan (daughter of the late Major Moncrieffe). Written by Herself, and Dedicated to the British Nation; being interspersed with Anecdotes of the late American and Present French War, with Remarks, Moral and Political. New York: T. & 7. Swords, 1795.

12mo, old calf.

The New York edition contains a preface not in the first issue. The authoress was seduced by Col. Burr and afterwards led an abandoned life in New York and Europe.

850955 COGHLAN.

Another Copy. Illustrated by 8 portraits, inserted and inlaid by Trent, choice impressions. New York, 1795.

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New York: Reprinted, 1864. 263
4to, uncut.

New York: Reprinted, 1864.

956 COGHLAN, Mrs. The same.

Large paper; only 20 copies printed.

957 COGHLAN. The same.

One hundred copies only printed.

958 COHEN, M. M. M. M. Cohen (an rait of Osceola.


8vo, half morocco, uncut. Menny

Notices of Florida and the Campaigns, by 3 Officer of the Left Wing). Map and port-unt Charleston, S. C., 1836.

With autograph of Edward D. Ingraham.


959 COHN, Alb. Shakespeare in Germany, in the 16th and 17th 5.75 Centuries.

London, 1865.

A very scholarly production, by a German bookseller.

4to. Dan

960 COINS. Catalogue of the Numismatic Collection of Francis/25 T. Hoffman of New York. New York, 1866. 4to.

A few copies only printed.


961 COINS. Bond. Catalogue of Books, Coins of L. M. Bond, etc. .05 Sold 1870.

Kenny 962 COINS. Catalogues of the Numismatic Collection formed by rest

Joseph J. Mickly. Roxbury, 1867.

8vo, half calf.

963 COINS. Catalogue of the " Fen Smith Cabinet." N. Y., 1870.

1870. Henry

964 COINS. Catalogue of Woodward's Collection of American 0 Coins, with prices. New York, 1865.

965 COINS. Another copy on large paper, interleaved.

York, 1865.

"Hemy "Henry

New 1,00
4to. Her

966 COINS. Essay upon Money and Coins [by Joseph Harris]. London, 1757.

8vo, calf. Forest

967 COLDEN, C. The History of the Five Indian Nations de- 4.00
pending on the Province of New York. By Cadwallader Col-

den. Reprinted exactly from Bradford's New York edition, Woodwad
(1727). With an Introduction and Notes, by John Gilmary
Shea. N. Y., 1866. 8vo, half mor., gilt top, uncut, by Bradstreet.

968 COLDEN. The same. New York, 1856.

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450969 COLDEN. The same, on large paper.

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N. Y., 1866. Cloth. Thirty copies only printed, Of this reprint, 100 copies were printed in 8vo, and 25 copies in imp. 8vo. "Notwithstanding the high position of Gov. Colden, the many offices he filled, and the great service he rendered the colony of New York, no biography of him was ever written. Mr. Shea, in his introduction, has now performed this duty, and has done it well."— Bartlett.

5.50970 COLDEN. The History of the Five Indian Nations of Canada, which are ... the Barrier between the English and French, in

Ashworth that part of the World. With Accounts of their Religion,


Manners, Customs, Laws, and Forms of Government: their
several Battles and Treaties with the European Nations; ...
their several Wars with the other Indians; And a true Account
of the present State of our Trade with them. ... To which
are added: Accounts of the several other Nations of Indians in
North America, their Numbers, Strength, etc., and the Trea-
ties which have been lately made with them. ... Map. London,
8vo, half morocco.

"The three London editions differ from one another only in the titles, but in all of
them are some differences from the New York edition, which drew forth a protest
from the author."- Stevens.

971 COLDEN, C. D. The Life of Robert Fulton. Comprising some Account of the Invention, Progress, and Establishment of Steam-Boats. Portrait. New York, 1817.

8vo, sheep. 63972 COLDEN. A Vindication by Cadwallader D. Colden, of the Steam Boat Right, granted by the State of New York: In the form of an Answer to the Letter of Mr. Duer, addressed to Mr. Colden. Albany, 1818. 4 tracts in I vol., 8vo.


Very scarce. For the titles at length see Sabin's Dictionary, No. 21112, 14282, 1818 and 21117.

150 973 COLE. Genealogy of the Family of Cole. London, printed


for private circulation, 1847.



25974, COLEMAN, L. Genealogy of the Lyman Family in Great Short Britain and America. Albany, N. Y. : J. Munsell, 1872. 3.25975 [COLEMAN, William.] A Collection of the Facts and Documents, relative to the Death of Major General Alexander Hamilton; with Comments; together with the Various Orations, Sermons, and Eulogies, that have been published or written on his Life and Character. New York, 1804. 8vo, sheep.


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976 COLEMAN'S General Index of Printed Pedigrees. London, 3.25 1866.

977 COLERIDGE, S. T. Rime of the Ancient Mariner. trated. New York, 1859.

4to, cloth.

8vo, morocco.

Agnew Illus- 9.37 Fisher


978 COLERIDGE. The Poetical and Dramatic Works. London: 5.00 B. M. Pickering, 1877. 4 vols., foolscap 8vo, boards, uncut.

Last and most complete edition.

979 COLERIDGE, Sara. Phantasmion, a Fairy Tale. Boston, 1874. 3 Bell

980 COLES, Abraham. Dies Irae in Thirteen Original Versions. New York, 1866.

981 COLES, E.





History of the Ordinance of 1787. ... Read be... Read before the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, June 9, 1856. 1856. 982 COLESON, A. Miss Coleson's Narrative of her Captivity among the Sioux Indians. Philadelphia, 1864. 983 COLLECTION of Black-Letter Ballads and Broadsides. London, 175

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Post 8vo.

Roberts Ferrard


1870. 984 COLLECTION of Old Ballads. Copper plates. London, 1723

Elegant reprint of a very rare and curious collection.

985 COLLECTION of Interesting, Authentic Papers; relative to the Dispute between Great Britain and America; Showing the Causes and Progress of that Misunderstanding from 1764 to 1775. London, 1777.

8vo, uncut.

986 COLLECTION of Political Tracts. London, 1748. 8vo, half calf.


987 COLLECTION of State Papers, Relative to the War against France. London, 1794.

8vo, sheep.

988 COLLEGE SPEECHES. New York; Privately Printed, 1866.

One hundred and fifty copies only printed.


5.25 Seward



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989 COLLES, C. Proposal of a Design of Inland Navigation. 325

New York, 1808.

Colles projected the Erie Canal. Concerning this rare piece, see Sabin's Dictionary,
No. 14409. O'Reilley's Rochester, 185.


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