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[LAINE, P.-LOUIS; AND LAINE, FRANCOIS-JULES]
Album de Blasons Des Archives Genealogiques Et Historiques de la Noblesse de France
Paris: Alp. Leclere fils, Libraire-Editeur, circa [1850]. [1850]. Paris: Alp. Leclere fils, Libraire-Editeur, circa [1850]. [1850]. Fair. - Octavo, contemporary period brown calf with gilt ruled frames with formal decorated corners on the front & rear cover. All edges are marbled. The rubbed and scuffed covers are detached and the spine has perished. Half-title, title page, 2 page alphabetical table of contents and 84 fine engraved plates illustrating the coats of arms of French nobility. Also illustrated with 5 engraved genealogical charts tracing the ancestry of specific French nobles depicting each forebear's coats of arms. An early Madrid bookseller's blindstamp is present on the half-title. The edges of the front endpaper are chipped and the first few leaves are darkened. The top edges of the leaves are slightly darkened and there is some very minor occasional foxing throughout. Internally very good and well-worth rebinding.

From the library of Vte. Arthur de Bizemont, with his bookplate on the front pastedown.

Plate #23 is not present and appears not to have ever been published. It is not called for in the Alphabetical table of contents.

George Gatfield "Guide to Printed Books and Manuscripts Relating to English and Foreign Heraldry and Genealogy" dates the book as circa 1850.

RARE. Only 2 copies are listed in WorldCat. Fair .

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Book number: 31967
USD 50.00 [Appr.: EURO 41.25 | £UK 35.5 | JP¥ 5468]
Catalogue: Genealogy
Keywords: GENEALOGY; HISTORY; COAT OF ARMS; FRENCH; NOBILITY; PEERAGE; ALBUM DE BLASONS DES ARCHIVES GENEALOGIQUES ET HISTORIQUES DE LA NOBLESSE DE FRANCE; ENGRAVINGS; PLATES; ENGRAVED; ILLUSTRATED; ILLUSTRATIONS; P-LOUIS LAINE; FRANCOIS-JULES LAINE; HISTORICAL; CH

 
(MATTHEWS, NATHAN; WILLIAMSON, TIMOTHY; BOWDITCH FAMILY). (SCOTT, HENRY EDWARDS; EDES, GRACE WILLIAMSON; ET AL)
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. Vol. LXXXII. July, 1928. Whole Number 327. (Cover Title)
Boston: The New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1928. 1928. Boston: The New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1928. 1928. Good. - Octavo, softcover bound in printed gray wraps. The wraps are darkened, chipped & lightly soiled with short tears to their edges. There is a paper- clip mark to the rear wrap. Pages [259]-386 & xix-xxii. Some pages are unopened. Illustrated with a sepia-toned portrait frontispiece with a tissue guard. The bottom page corners are lightly creased & some front & bottom page edges are darkened or chipped. There is occasional soiling. Good. Good .
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Book number: 13834
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Catalogue: Genealogy
Keywords: GENEALOGY; AMERICANA; HISTORY; NEW ENGLAND HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL REGISTER; NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY; NATHAN MATTHEWS; TIMOTHY WILLIAMSON; BOWDITCH FAMILY; GRAVESTONES; FIRST CHURCH OF BERWICK; SOUTH CHURCH OF PORTSMOUTH.

 DRAKE, SAMUEL GARDNER. (1798-1875). AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN AND ONE OF THE FOUNDERS OF THE NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY., Autograph Letter Signed by the Founder of the New England Genealogical Society Samuel Gardner Drake, Thanking E.H. Mudge for His Subscription to the Society's Periodical and Expressing His Regrets at Bassett's Cancellation.
DRAKE, SAMUEL GARDNER. (1798-1875). AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN AND ONE OF THE FOUNDERS OF THE NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY.
Autograph Letter Signed by the Founder of the New England Genealogical Society Samuel Gardner Drake, Thanking E.H. Mudge for His Subscription to the Society's Periodical and Expressing His Regrets at Bassett's Cancellation.
Boston, MA: August 24, 1854. 1854. - Over 107 words penned on 8 inch high by 5 inch wide light blue watermarked paper. The founder of the New England Genealogical Society and editor of it's periodical the "Register", Samuel Gardner Drake , thanks E.H. Mudge for his subscription. Informed that Mr. Bassett is "declining to take the Reg.r" he expresses his regret at losing a good subscriber "He has been a good subscriber, & I am sorry to lose him." He asks Mudge to let Mr. Bassett know that "as all but one number of the present year have been sent him in good faith, I hope it will not discommode him to go through this year which the conditions of publication require." Signed "Saml. G. Drake". There is a light stain to the bottom left corner of the letter and discoloration from a paper clip to the top edge. The top left corner is creased. Very good. Samuel Gardner Drake [1798-1875] was an American antiquarian who established an antiquarian bookstore in Boston in 1828--the first of its kind in the United States. He was one of the founders of the New England Historic Genealogical Society and was its president in 1958. Drake was also the editor of the Society's publication, the "Register", which was issued quarterly. Very good .
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Book number: 96650
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Catalogue: Genealogy
Keywords: GENEALOGY; NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY; AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN; SAMUEL GARDNER DRAKE; AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED; SIGNATURE; ALS; A.L.S.; E.H. MUDGE, ESQ.; THE REGISTER; SUBSCRIPTION; PUBLICATION; MR. BASSETTS; BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS; HISTORY; AME

 
(AUDLEY, GEORGE). READE, ALEYN LYELL; COMPILER
Audley Pedigrees: Compiled for George Audley of Liverpool by Aleyn Lyell Reade. Parts I and II. (2 Volumes)
London & Bradford, U.K.: Privately printed by Percy Lund, Humphries & Co Ltd, [1929-1932]. [1929-1932]. London & Bradford, U.K.: Privately printed by Percy Lund, Humphries & Co Ltd, [1929-1932]. [1929-1932]. Good. - Quarto [approximately 12-1/2 inches high by 9-3/4 inches wide], softcover bound in printed tan wraps. The wraps are soiled & stained and darkened & chipped around the edges. The front wrap of Part I is heavily darkened with 2 tears to its front edge, & there is a faint ownership stamp on the Part II front wrap. The spines are darkened with their heads & tails lightly chipped. Title, [ii] & pages [1]-98, unopened; and pages [99]-200, partially unopened. There is some staining to the first few leaves of Part I. There is light foxing to the first 2 leaves & staining to the last 2 leaves of Part II. Good.

A third part was published in 1936. Good .

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Book number: 17766
USD 65.00 [Appr.: EURO 53.75 | £UK 46.25 | JP¥ 7109]
Catalogue: Genealogy
Keywords: GENEALOGY; BRITISH; ENGLISH; AUDLEY PEDIGREES; GEORGE AUDLEY OF LIVERPOOL; ALEYN LYELL READE; THOMAS AUDLEY; LORD CHANCELLOR OF ENGLAND.

 
BANKS, T.C.
The Dormant and Extinct Baronage of England, or, an Historical and Genealogical Account of the Lives, Public Employments, and Most Memorable Actions, of the English Nobility Who Have Flourished from the Norman Conquest to the Year 1806: Deduced from Public Records, Ancient Historians, the Works of Eminent Heralds, and from Other Celebrated and Approved Authorities. (Volume 1 Only, Complete in Itself).
London: Printed by T. Bensley, Bolt Court, for J. White, Horace's Head, Fleet-Street, 1807. 1807. - Quarto, 11-1/2 inches high by 9-1/8 inches wide. 3/4 leather-bound hardcover. Bound in three-quarter tan calf and marbled boards, titled and ruled in gilt on the spine. The covers are rubbed and scuffed with wear to the corners and head and tail of the spine. A Dewey decimal number is stamped in blind at the bottom of the spine. xix, [i] & 449 pages, plus a 25-page index, illustrated with 16 plates (genealogical tables) including 7 folding. Ex-library with a dewey decimal number penciled in at the front of a few chapters. The front endpaper is glued to the pastedown. There is a hole to that endpaper. There is a small piece out from the top left corner of the heavily darkened half-title. The title page is slightly darkened and foxed and the pages are toned with occasional foxing or staining. There is a long tear to the folding plate opposite page 16. There are occasional pencil annotations. Good. Volume one only of this first edition, complete in itself. Only 750 copies were printed. The contents of this volume consist of: 1. "Barons by Tenure, whose Honours have been considered to have terminated, circ. 49 Henry III"; 2. "The Barons of the Counties Palatine of Chester and of Durham, distinguished from the Barons of the Realm"; 3. "An Account of those Persons who were summoned to Parliament, with whom the Honour expired; or who, or their Posterity (although existing), did not continue to receive the like Summons"; 4. "An Appendix, being the complete Substance of Sir William Dugdale's Lists of Summons to Parliament". Good .
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Book number: 33044
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Catalogue: Genealogy
Keywords: GENEALOGY; HISTORY; PEERAGE; LINEAGE; FOLDING PLATES; GENEALOGICAL TABLES; FIRST EDITION; LIMITED EDITION; VOLUME 1; ONE; 1ST EDITION; NINETEENTH CENTURY; THE DORMANT AND EXTINCT BARONAGE OF ENGLAND; BRITISH; T.C. BANKS; BARONS; NOBILITY; NORMAN CONQUEST;

 
(CHANDLER, LYDIA MEHITABLE). GODING, FREDERIC WEBSTER
Ancestry of Lydia Mehitable Chandler (with Plates) / by F.W. Gooding, M.D. , Ph. D. / United States Consul / Newcastle, New South Wales
Newcastle, N.S.W.: Davies & Cannington, Federal Printing Works, 1904. 1904. Newcastle, N.S.W.: Davies & Cannington, Federal Printing Works, 1904. 1904. Very good. - Octavo, softcover bound in printed dark green wraps. The wraps are lightly rubbed & bumped with a few small, light stains to the rear wrap. Title & 11 pages. 1 black-and-white plate, 1 full-page black-and-white illustration & 3 textual illustrations in black & white, including coats of arms. There is scattered foxing throughout. Very good.

First edition.

Lydia Mehitable Chandler [b. 1830] was the mother of Frederic Webster Goding and was descended from William Chandler [d. 1641], first in line of the New England Chandler family. Her mother was Phidelia Chase. Very good .

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Book number: 16215
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Catalogue: Genealogy
Keywords: GENEALOGY; ANCESTRY OF LYDIA MEHITABLE CHANDLER; wiFREDERIC WEBSTER GODING; F. W. GODING; PORTRAITS; COATS OF ARMS; FIRST EDITION; 1ST EDITION.

 
GARDNER, MRS. CHARLES H
History of France in Rhyme by Mrs. Charles H. Gardner, Principal of School for Young Ladies, 603 Fifth Avenue, New York City
New York: Published by the author, 1886. 1886. New York: Published by the author, 1886. 1886. Good. - Small octavo, dark blue cloth titled in gilt on the front cover. The binding is rubbed & bumped with slight fraying to the corners & with a small white stain to the rear cover. The head & tail of the spine are chipped. 90 pages. There is a contemporary owner's name & date on the flyleaf & the page edges are slightly darkened. Illustrated with 16 genealogical tables. Good.

First edition.

The rhyming text is followed by 16 genealogical tables of French and other European nobility, as well as a section on the marriages and children of French sovereigns. Good .

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Book number: 11904
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Catalogue: Genealogy
Keywords: CHILDREN'S; HISTORY; GENEALOGY; VERSE; FRANCE; HISTORY OF FRANCE IN RHYME; MRS. CHARLES H. GARDNER; GENEALOGICAL TABLES; EUROPEAN NOBILITY; KINGS; QUEENS; FAMILY TREES; NINETEENTH CENTURY; 19TH CENTURY.

 
MILLS, ELLA
A Genealogy of the Descendants of Thomas Mills, One of the First Settlers in Dunbarton, N. H
Marlboro, MA: Times Book and Job Print, 1893. 1893. Marlboro, MA: Times Book and Job Print, 1893. 1893. Fair. - Small quarto [7-1/2 inches high by 6 inches wide], softcover bound in printed tan wrappers. The wraps are rubbed, soiled & chipped with a piece out of the bottom corner of the front wrap. The spine is perished & has been partially repaired with scotch tape. 32 pages. There are pencil notes on the verso of the title and a number of pencil notes & markings in pencil [a few of them in red & blue] in the text. Good working copy.

Scarce. Fair .

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Book number: 26087
USD 45.00 [Appr.: EURO 37.25 | £UK 32 | JP¥ 4922]
Catalogue: Genealogy
Keywords: GENEALOGY; AMERICANA; NEW HAMPSHIRE; PIONEER; A GENEALOGY OF THE DESCENDANTS OF THOMAS MILLS, One of the First Settlers in Dunbarton, N.H.; ELLA MILLS.; nineteenth century; 19th century.

 
(YOUNG FAMILY). SEAVER, J. MONTGOMERY
Young Family Records
Philadelphia, PA: American Historical-Genealogical Society, (1929),, (1929). Philadelphia, PA: American Historical-Genealogical Society, (1929). (1929). Very good. - Octavo, softcover bound in pictorial brown wrappers with the Young coat of arms in red on the front wrap. The wraps are lightly bumped with some very light soiling to the rear wrap. 48 pages. 1 page of black-and-white illustrations. The page corners are lightly bumped with light creasing to the top corners. Very good.

The history and genealogy of the British and American Young family are traced from sixteenth-century England through the first decades of twentieth-century America. Very good .

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Book number: 17799
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Catalogue: Genealogy
Keywords: GENEALOGY; FAMILY HISTORY; YOUNG FAMILY RECORDS; J. MONTGOMERY SEAVER; AMERICAN HISTORICAL-GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY.

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