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5441 Haywood (John). The Natural and Aboriginal History of

Tennessee, up to the First Settlements therein by White
People in the Year 1768, levant morocco extra, g. e., by

Stikeman, Nashville, 1823, 8vo. (135). H. Stevens, £13 şs. 5442 Haywood (John). The Civil and Political History of the

State of Tennessee, from its Earliest Settlement up to the year 1796, including the Boundaries of the State, morocco, g. e., by Stikeman, Printed for the author by Heiskell and

Brown, Knoxville, Tenn., 1823 (136) H. Stevens, £7 155. 5443 Hazard (Ebenezer). Historical Collections, consisting of

State papers and other authentic Documents intended as materials for an History of the United States of America, 2 vol., boards, uncut, Philadelphia, T. Dobson for the author, 1792, royal 4to. (137)

H. Stevens, 26 5444 Hellier (Thomas). The Vaine Prodigall Life and Tragical

Penitent Death of Thomas Hellier, born at Whitchurch, near
Lyme, in Dorset-shire, who for murdering his Master,
Mistress and a Maid, was Executed according to Law at
Westover, in Charles City, in the Country of Virginia, neer
the Plantation called Hard Labour, where he perpetrated
the said murders. He Suffr'd on Munday, the 5th of
August, 1678, and was afterwards Hanged up in Chains at
Windmill Point on James River, morocco extra, g. e., by
Gruel Engelmann, Sam Crouch, 1680, 410. (138)

Quaritch, fu 5445 Hennepin (Louis). A New Discovery of a vast country in

America, extending above four thousand miles between New France and New Mexico, with a description of the Great Lakes, Cataracts, etc., with the engraved frontispiece, 6 plates and 2 large folding maps mounted on linen, morocco extra, g. e., by F. Bedford, Tonson, 1698, 8vo. (139)

Edwards, £13 155. 5446 Hennepin (Louis). A New Discovery of a vast country in

America, another edition, frontispiece, 6 plates, and 2 folding maps mounted on linen, morocco extra, g. e., by F. Bedford, 1698, 8vo. (140)

Edwards, £14 [This edition is quite distinct from the “ Tonson” one described above. The first line of the imprint ends “H. Bon—". The four plates in the second part are from different coppers to the foregoing “Tonson” edition, as they are reversed and have different letterings, and none of them bear the engraver's name. In the “ Tonson” edition they are marked to be placed at page 9, page 33, page 98 and page 161, while in the present “ H. Bon” edition they are marked Cont. Pag. 9, Cont. Pag. 33, Cont. Pag. 89,

Cont. Pag. 157.- Catalogue.] 5447 Higgeson or Higginson (Francis). New England's Plant

ation, or a Short and True Description of the Commodities and Discommodities of that Country: Whereunto is added a letter, sent by Mr. Graves, an Enginere out of New Eng. land, the second edition enlarged, half russia, T. and R. Cotes for Michael Sparke, 1630, 4to. (142) Quaritch, £,46

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half morocco, g. t., uncut, by the Club Bindery, Boston, Thomas and John Fleet, 1769, 8vo. (157)

H. Stevens, £4 8s. 5453 Indian Wars in New England. A complete set of the five

rare folio tracts published in 1675 to 1677, viz.: 1. The Present State of New England with respect to the Indian War, wherein is an account of the true reason thereof, 1675 -2. A Continuation of the State of New England, being a farther account of the Indian Warr, 1676—3. A New and Further Narrative of the State of New England, being a continued account of the Bloudy Indian War from March till August, 1676-4. A True Account of the most considerable occurrences that have hapned in the Warre between the English and the Indians in New England, 1676–5. The Warr in New England visibly ended ; King Philip, that barbarous Indian, now beheaded, etc., 1677, together 5 pieces in one volume, morocco extra, by Pratt (159)

Quaritch, £125 [A remarkably fine set, uncut, except for the tops being gilt. The tracts having been printed at different times there is a slight difference in the size of the paper, and only a few of the very largest leaves appear to have been trimmed. Small corners of three or four leaves which were curled up or frayed before binding have been neatly mended or strengthened. The present copy had also the rare threeline Errata slip pasted at the foot of page 20 of the “Continuation.” This Errata slip does not appear to be generally

known to bibliographers.- Catalogue.] 5454 Indians. Articles of Peace between the Most Serene and

Mighty Prince Charles II. . . . and Several Indian Kings and Queens, etc. concluded the 29th day of May, 1677, published by his Majesties Command, large copy, almost uncut, few corners mended, morocco extra, g. t., by F. Bedford, John Bill, Christopher Barker, etc., 1677, 4to. (160)

Quaritch, £47 5455 James (Thomas). The Strange and dange-rovs voyage of

Captaine Thomas lames, in his intended Discouery of the
Northwest Fassage into the South Sea ... with an
Appendix concerning Longitude, by Master Henry Gelli-
brand, folding map (slightly cut into) mounted on linen,
morocco,
John Legatt for John Partridge, 1633, 4to. (161)

H. Stevens, £16 [James, a Bristol man of Welsh origin, started in May, 1631, and returned in September, 1632, having met Luke Foxe somewhere in Baffin's Bay. As a good Welshman, James named the region south of Hudson's Bay New South Wales, while Foxe, who was from Hull, called it New

Yorkshire.- Catalogue.] 5456 Jefferson (Thomas). Notes on the State of Virginia, written

in the year 1781, somewhat corrected and enlarged in the winter of 1782, for the use of a Foreigner of distinction, in answer to certain queries proposed by him, etc., map

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