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 [New Hampshire. Election of 1810], [Manuscript Document Signed] Letter of Election Results of Concord Nh for the 13th Congress, Addressed to Samuel Spanhawk, Secretary of State Nh
[New Hampshire. Election of 1810]
[Manuscript Document Signed] Letter of Election Results of Concord Nh for the 13th Congress, Addressed to Samuel Spanhawk, Secretary of State Nh
Concord [NH], 1810. 1 sheet. 8 x 12.5 inches. Election Results from Concord, New Hampshire, for the Representatives of the 13th Congress, 1810, a true copy from the record attested to by John Odlin and signed by the three Selectmen of Concord, Nathaniel Abbot, Edmond Leavitt, and Therburn Wiggin. Addressed to Samuel Sparhawk, Secretary of State for New Hampshire. The most votes went to the incumbent, Daniel Blaisdell, but he lost statewide to Josiah Bartlett Jr. and Samuel Dinsmoor, who had come in 7th and 6th respectively in Concord. Votes returns are uncommon. We have located only one other similar item, the 1823 vote return from New Castle, N.H, in the Library of Congress. Very good, old tape repair to chip where seal was opened affecting one word, edges lightly browned, small tears along margins and folds.
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 [Election of 1876], Visitors Ticket for Congressional Vote Count in Bitterly Contested 1876 Presidential Election
[Election of 1876]
Visitors Ticket for Congressional Vote Count in Bitterly Contested 1876 Presidential Election
1877. 3 x 4 3/4 inch card on mustard-colored stock. A rare ticket of admission for the congressional vote counting after the election of 1876. "Counting the Vote for President and Vice-President. Admit Bearer. To Gallery of the House of Representatives." # 732. February 19, 1877. Signed in facsimile by T[homas] W. Ferry, President pro tempore of the Senate, and Sam[uel] J. Randall, Speaker of the House. The highly disputed election between New York Governor Samuel J. Tilden, who won the popular vote, and led in the electoral count, and Republican nominee, Rutherford B. Hayes, led to a constitutional crisis. On the first count in the electoral college, Tilden had 184 electoral votes, Hayes 165, and 20 votes were disputed. Many of the disputes had to do with certification of the electoral votes. On January 29, 1877, the US Congress passed a law forming a 15 member Electoral Commission to settle the result, which led to the compromise of 1877 in which all 20 disputed votes were awarded to Hayes supposedly in exchange for troops being withdrawn from the South, and thus effectively ending Reconstruction. It should be noted that in the election of 2020 several Republican Senators mistakenly cited the bipartisan Electoral Commission of 1877 as a historical precedent for Congress to appoint an electoral commission to adjudicate the 2020 election despite the fact that there were no states in which the electoral vote was legitimately in dispute. and unlike 2021 there was no violence in the halls of Congress in the 1877. Cards were issued for various days and in different colors. The Library of Congress has one dated March 2, 1877 in blue. A very good copy, faint pencil rule to center.
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 [Crime] Wiggin & Wood Detective Agency, [Typed Letter Signed] Wiggin & Wood Detective Agency of Boston Announces Its New Branch in Providence, Rhode Island
[Crime] Wiggin & Wood Detective Agency
[Typed Letter Signed] Wiggin & Wood Detective Agency of Boston Announces Its New Branch in Providence, Rhode Island
Boston, 1885. [2 pp.] Bifolium, rectos only. Illus. with engraved letterhead. 8.5 x 10.5 inches. The Wood Detective Agency, founded in 1879 by retired Boston policeman James Rodney Wood (1838-1914), was the first of its kind in New England, and shortly thereafter became Wiggin & Wood, with the addition of Edmund Doe Wiggin (1846-1912). Both served as special officers in the Boston Police department until 1879. This bulletin announces the opening of a new branch in Rhode Island, lists the terms of employment -operatives, both male and female, cost $8 per day plus expenses- and highlight some of the agency's recent high profile cases: attempted poisoning of a wife, larceny of $20,000, murder of a policeman, and murder of a husband. Dated January 1, 1885, printed in red type and signed in black "Wiggin and Wood". The firm's records, through the mid 20th century, are at Harvard Law. A rare remnant. Very good, folded, faint browning along edges.
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 [Anonymous], [Manuscript Poem Beginning] "from Chaos and from Darkness Hurl'd / When Men First Landed on This World... .
[Anonymous]
[Manuscript Poem Beginning] "from Chaos and from Darkness Hurl'd / When Men First Landed on This World... .
1821. 1 sheet. 11.5 x 7 inches. Undated, untitled copy of 38 line poem with hints of Milton's Paradise Lost. At the head of the document where a title should be, reads "Uncle Sam's Looking Glass and political state almanack calculated for the meridian of N. York Januy 1, 1821"; and on the side margin, "Johnston's Almanac / NY / 1821". Neither can be located in OCLC or other sources. The poem begins: "From chaos and from darkness hurl'd When men first landed on this world From what or who from when or where The neither knew nor did he care He eat and drank and slep't at ease Beneath the shade of Eden's trees And seated on his sylvan thrown Suvey'd the spatious globe his own.." The verso is covered with penmanship practice of a sort, with names, partial names, and many scribbles. The only name that is clear is George Crowninshield at the center top and a reference to Harvard at the bottom. The Crowninshield family had close ties to Harvard (There were many Georges, but in 1830 the disreputable scions of this eminent Salem family, Richard and George, were involved in the sensational murder of Captain Joseph White which influenced Poe's "The Tell-Tale Heart"). Very good, edge worn and creased, light soiling, primarily to folds, contents clean.
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 Appleton, Daniel Sidney, [Autograph Letter Signed] Letter of Recommendation from D. Appleton & Co. Publishing
Appleton, Daniel Sidney
[Autograph Letter Signed] Letter of Recommendation from D. Appleton & Co. Publishing
New York, 1886. [2] pp. Bifolium. 5 x 8 inches. A brief letter of recommendation for Charles James Layton, the publisher's agent for Appleton's' in London by Daniel Sydney Appleton (1852-1929), the grandson of the company's founder. Appleton was also a member of the New York National Guard and notes in a postscript "You will be glad to know that the sixth com. commences the drill season in a prosperous condition." Dated September 15, 1886 on D. Appleton & Co. letterhead, signed Daniel Appleton. Very good, folded, faint browning along edges.
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 [Baker, Edward D.] U.S. Congress, Addresses on the Death of Hon. Edward D. Baker, Delivered in the Senate and House of Representatives on Wednesday, December 11, 1861
[Baker, Edward D.] U.S. Congress
Addresses on the Death of Hon. Edward D. Baker, Delivered in the Senate and House of Representatives on Wednesday, December 11, 1861
Washington, D.C. Government Printing Office, 1862. First edition. Paper wrappers. 87 pp. 8vo. Edward Dickinson Baker (1811-18610: "The only sitting United States senator ever to die in combat, Edward Dickinson Baker of Oregon was killed on October 21, 1861, in the Battle of Ball's Bluff. He led the regiment he had helped to raise when the Civil War began in the spring of 1861. Baker had practiced law in Springfield, Illinois, before being elected to the House of Representatives in 1845, defeating his friend Abraham Lincoln for the Whig nomination. In 1846, he resigned from the House of Representatives to command a brigade in the Mexican War. Baker moved to Oregon in 1860 and was elected to the Senate that same year. A skilled orator, he made a lasting impression upon the Senate when, dressed in military uniform, he delivered his famous call to arms on August 1, 1861. "We will rally the people, the loyal people, of the whole country," he exclaimed, "they will pour forth their treasure, their money, their men, without stint, without measure." Senator Baker's tragic death prompted the creation of the Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War" (senate.gov). Sabin 2822. Front wrapper chipped, loss to bottom corner, embossed institutional stamp, rear wrapper detached, folded, contents clean, a good copy.
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 [Puerto Rico. Law]: Lopez de Baños, Miguel, Capitania General Y Gobierno Superior Politico de la Isla de Puerto-Rico. Circular NúM. 119. [Instruccion Para la Renovacion Parcial de Ayuntamientos]
[Puerto Rico. Law]: Lopez de Baños, Miguel
Capitania General Y Gobierno Superior Politico de la Isla de Puerto-Rico. Circular NúM. 119. [Instruccion Para la Renovacion Parcial de Ayuntamientos]
[Puerto Rico], n.p. 1839. First edition. 4 pp. 30 x 21 cm. The decree for the complete overhaul of the municipalities of the island in 1840 begins ": Debiendo renovarse parcialmente el dia 1 del proximo ano de 1840 los Ayuntamientos de esta Isla de conformidad con el Real decreto organico de 23 Julio de 1835, then goes on to list 25 articles to be implemented. Dated and signed: Puerto-Rico 1. de Octubre de 1839. Miguel Lopez de BaŮos." Field Marshal Miguel Lůpez de BaŮos was governor of Puerto Rico from 1838 until 1841. OCLC locates only two other documents by him issued in Puerto Rico: Univ. FL and Circular 51 at Biblioteca Virtual del Patrimonio BibliogrŠfico. Heavily wormed with loss of a number of letters but not really affecting legibility except in a few instances when more than one letter in a word is affected.
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 [Barrell, James E.], master, [Manuscript] Statement of General Average Case of the Schooner "David Currie.
[Barrell, James E.], master
[Manuscript] Statement of General Average Case of the Schooner "David Currie.
[n.a.], 1875. Green cloth, gilt title. 26 leaves. [Title, 7 pages of text, 40 pages of disbursements, 6 blanks]. Folio. In a beautiful hand, an accounting for the "David Currie," a two masted square sterned Schooner built in 1866 in Portland, Connecticut, which suffered damage while sailing from Brazos Santiago in Texas to New York on February 2, 1875 carrying a load of wool and hides: "In crossing the bar they struck heavily several times." It was not until the next night that "in sounding the pumps, discovered that the vessel was leaking badly.. At 7 a.m. a strong northerly breeze sprang up and continued to increase, bringing with it a heavy sea. Later part wind increased to gale. Pumps constantly at work to keep the vessel free. February 4th. Gale increasing with terrific seas.. Laboring and leaking badly.. At midnight, the gale still on, and the sea at times breaking all over them. At 8 a.m. hove to under three-reefed mainsail and storm staysail.. February 5th. Latitude 23 degrees 0, longitude 95 degrees 20. Terrific gale and frightful sea. At times the sea making a complete breach over them.. all hands at the pumps to keep her afloat.. they concluded for the safety of their lives and the vessel and cargo to make for a port.. February 6th. same weather. Vessel under bare poles and leaking and behaving badly.." Though the weather broke a short while on February 8th, as they neared the coast of Mexico, the gale again picked up. Not until February 9th did they observe the sun, eventually seeking harbor, but with the gale back on they again left for a safer anchorage. Finally on February 20th, they received the Mobil City [Alabama] pilot, and on the 22nd "came to anchor in the stream off Mobile City. The crew having been utterly worn out from constant work at the pumps, men were employed from shore to pump night and day." Three surveyors would come on board, examine the ship, and decide to take her out of the water. The last log entry reads "March 5th. Found repairs finished and vessel ready to take on cargo again." The remainder are the details of the disbursements for repairs, the apportionments for cargo, and the settlements. Boards rubbed, title gilt faint, split to top of front hinge, endpapers and a few leaves soiled mainly at the margins, faint dampstain to top edge, but still about very good.
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 Batchelder, Samuel Francis, Notes on Colonel Henry Vassall (1721-1769). His Wife Penelope Royall. His House at Cambridge and His Slaves Tony and Darby
Batchelder, Samuel Francis
Notes on Colonel Henry Vassall (1721-1769). His Wife Penelope Royall. His House at Cambridge and His Slaves Tony and Darby
Cambridge, MA, n.p. 1917. First edition. Marbled paper wrappers with green cloth spine. Frontis, 85 pp. + [9] plates +[1] folding. Illus. with b/w photos, and 1 folding genealogical table. Sm. 4to. " .. An amplification of a brief paper read at the meeting of the Cambridge historical society on January 26, 1915". The Vassall family were loyalists who owned a considerable number of slaves. Very good, minor chipping and wear to edges and spine, light browning to margins, offsetting to second portrait, one closed tear to folding table.
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 [Bates, Joseph; Hutchins, Alexander; Tilden, Henry A.], Journal of Materia Medica, and Pharmaceutic Formulary. New Series. January, 1858
[Bates, Joseph; Hutchins, Alexander; Tilden, Henry A.]
Journal of Materia Medica, and Pharmaceutic Formulary. New Series. January, 1858
[New Lebanon, N.Y.], [Tilden & Co.], 1858. 16 pp. Sm. 4to. Contains front page article on Cannabis Indica, Or East Indian Hemp. The feature offers a description of its cultivation, uses, and effects in eastern culture, followed by an analysis its medical applications, including its uses as a hypnotic, an anodyne, an atni-spasmodic, and a phrenic. In the mid 19th century, medical interest in cannabis grew in European and American medicine, and it was one of the secret ingredients in many patent medicines, though it fell out of favor by the end of the century. Other articles cover: hydrastis canadensis (golden seal), Pharmaceutic Sugar Coated Pills, Powers and Properties of Veratrum Viride, List of Alcoholic and Hydro-Alcoholic Extracts. Very good, unopened, edge worn, chipped on bottom corner, closed tear to fore edge, light soiling and staining.
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 [New York City] Benson, Robert; Willett, Marinus, 18th C. Court Warrant for Trespassing Signed by Former General Marinus Willett, Sheriff, and Former Secretary of the New York Provincial Congress, Robert Benson (New City Clerk)
[New York City] Benson, Robert; Willett, Marinus
18th C. Court Warrant for Trespassing Signed by Former General Marinus Willett, Sheriff, and Former Secretary of the New York Provincial Congress, Robert Benson (New City Clerk)
New York, 1784. 1 sheet. 15.5 x 5 inches. Completed in manuscript and signed February 10th, 1784, by Willet and Benson, with seal to left margin. "To the Sheriff of the City of New-York". Case of Joseph Jadwin against Joseph Hyet and his wife Lydia, "..of a Plea of Trespass pursuant to the Directions of the Act entitled "An Act for granting a more effective Relief in Cases of certain Trespasses.." Fine of £60 in Mayor's Court noted by Attorney DePeyster on verso. Verso signed by General Marinus Willett (1740-1830), a Revolutionary War soldier who was a veteran of the French and Indian War and a leader of the Sons of Liberty in New York, and was "one of the truly outstanding American leaders of the Revolution." He had active political career after his military service. He was elected to the State Assembly in 1783, served two terms as the Sheriff of New York County (1784-1787 and 1791-1795), participated in the suppression of Shay's Rebellion, and was later the Mayor of New York City (1807-1808). Robert Benson (1739-1823), Clerk of the city of New York and secretary of the New York City Committee of One Hundred and the Provincial Congress of New York during the Revolution. Very good, extremities worn, torn along leftmost fold with minor repair on verso, minor soiling, seal intact, contents clean.
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 [Rhode Island] Bowdish, Nathaniel, [Manuscript Document Signed] Colonial Rhode Island Promissory Notes
[Rhode Island] Bowdish, Nathaniel
[Manuscript Document Signed] Colonial Rhode Island Promissory Notes
Greenwich, RI, 1762. 1 sheet. 7.5 x 6 inches. May 21, 1762. Two promissory notes, one for thirty-five shillings the other for thirty-six, signed by Nathaniel Bowdish of West Greenwich Rhode Island, taken from Hezikiah Lord, and witnessed by Nathaniel Cogswell, and Samuel Stewart. Lord has signed the verso of each note to a Samuel Wright. "There appears to have been a family of Bowdish settled at East and West Greenwich, R. I. about 1750 and I am inclined to believe that they descended from Nathaniel Bowdish, jr. son of Nathaniel Bowdish, sr. of Newport," (Historical Collections of the Essex Institute vol xlviii-1912 p 338). Edge worn, torn at folds, two halves stitched, loss of bottom left edge, affecting a few first letters of words, lightly soiled, still good.
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 Rhode Island. General Assembly. [Bowen, Henry], June, 1836. At the General Assembly of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, Begun and Holden by Adjournment at Newport, Within and for Said State, on the Third Monday in June, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty Six, and of Independence the Sixtieth
Rhode Island. General Assembly. [Bowen, Henry]
June, 1836. At the General Assembly of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, Begun and Holden by Adjournment at Newport, Within and for Said State, on the Third Monday in June, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty Six, and of Independence the Sixtieth
[Providence], [Printed by William Simons, Jr.], 1836. Stitched self wrappers. 112 pp. 8vo. Signed in ink by Henry Bowen as "Sec'ry," on the rear under "True copy-witness." Henry Bowen (1785-1867?), son of Jabez Bowen Jr, was R.I. Secretary of State from 1819 to 1849. William Simons, Jr. was appointed state printer during the May, 1836 session of the General Assembly. Noted on the front cover: "Town Clerk Glocester." Rare. Not in American Imprints or Sabin. OCLC locates only one copy of this document, at the American Antiquarian Society, but without any notation of a signature (OCLC: 83805212). A very good, uncut [unopened] and untrimmed copy, signed on front and rear wrappers, edges worn, light dampstain on lower fore-margin, contents lightly soiled.
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 Breen, Matthew P., Thirty Years of New York Politics Up-to-Date
Breen, Matthew P.
Thirty Years of New York Politics Up-to-Date
New York, Author, 1899. First edition. Cloth, top edge gilt. xxvi, 843 pp. Illus. 8vo. A good copy, boards spotted, split at the title page, first few leaves folded at the lower fore-corner.
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 [War of 1812]. [Massachusetts. Militia]. Brooks, John, [Broadside] Commonwealth of Massachusetts. General Orders. Head-Quarters, Boston, June 17th, 1815... That His Excellency Be Advised to Issue His Order for the Discharge of All the Volunteer Corps Raised for the Defence of the Commonwealth. .
[War of 1812]. [Massachusetts. Militia]. Brooks, John
[Broadside] Commonwealth of Massachusetts. General Orders. Head-Quarters, Boston, June 17th, 1815... That His Excellency Be Advised to Issue His Order for the Discharge of All the Volunteer Corps Raised for the Defence of the Commonwealth. .
[Boston], 1815. First edition. 1 sheet ([1] p.). Folio. 35 x 21 cm. An important broadside noting the deficiencies of the volunteer militia. One of two states, this with the fourth line in bold-type. Opens: Commonwealth of Massachusetts. General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, June 17th, 1815. : On the 15th inst. the following order of Council was passed, viz.: "In Council, June 15th, 1815. The committee of Council to whom was referred a resolve of the legislature .. respectfully report--that His Excellency be advised to issue his order for the discharge of all the volunteer corps raised for the defence of the commonwealth ..":--By virtue, therefore, of the powers vested in him, His Excellency the commander in chief hereby discharges from further service, all the volunteer corps .." Brooks of course began by (1) thanking the men for "the generous, patriotic and voluntary tender of services for the defence of the Commonwealth, at the most threatening period of the late war, and the assiduity and zeal displayed by those Corps, in training themselves for usefulness in the field, without expense to the State.." (2) discharge [them] from further service", and (3) ordering "all officers and others, who may have received from the Commonwealth ordnance, arms, or munitions of war of any kind, for the use, or on account of any of those Corps, to cause the same to be forthwith returned to the Quarter Master General, at Boston." But more importantly he used the occasion to make military revisions for the future, noting that "inconveniencies have arisen from restriction the election of company officers to the Wards," which he ordered changed and that "great irregularities" have followed "from the liberty that officers have taken to absent themselves for more than twelve months without leave from their Major Generals, and the still more numerous evils resulting from officers removing their places of residence to such a distance from the bounds of their respective commands, as to render discharge of their duty highly inconvenient, and sometimes, impossible.." He ends by ordering wholesale changes in command structure. John Brooks (1752 -1825), a doctor by training, a Federalist by disposition, served under George Washington during the Revolutionary War, later helped to put down Shay's Rebellion, and at the conclusion of the War of 1812, was elected governor of Massachusetts less than a year after issuing this broadside. Rare. OCLC shows only two locations: American Antiquarian Society (which has both issues) and the Peabody Essex Museum, which has one. Not in American Imprints. A very good copy, old folds, some minor marginal browning and soiling.
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