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1407 Citizen (The). A Monthly Journal of Politics, Literature and Art,

containing contributions from eminent writers, and including the native music of Ireland, with 43 Irish airs, many now for the first time published. Dublin, 1839-42. 4 vols. in 2, royal 8vo, half morocco, gilt tops. With ii extra airs bound in.

Libbie's, March 25, 1896. (611) $4.00 1408 Civil War Caricatures. Reproduced from a private collection of

originals, and published in sheets, 1856 to 1872. Now published in book-form for the first time. 80 plates. New York, 1892.

Oblong 4to, morocco. Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (189) $8.50 1409 Claiborne (Nathaniel H.). Notes of the War in the South. With

biographical sketches of the Lives of Montgomery, Jackson, Sevier, the late George Claiborne, and others. Richmond, 1819. 12mo, sheep.

Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (332) $3.25 1410 Clap (Timothy). ANNALS, OR HISTORY OF YALE COLLEGE, in New

Haven, in the Colony of Connecticut, from the first founding thereof, in the year 1700, to the year 1766. New Haven, 1766. 12mo, old sheep. Name on title.

Libbie's, May 20, 1896. (970) $3.00 1411 Clarendon (Earl of). HISTORY OF THE REBELLION AND CIVIL WARS IN ENGLAND. Portraits. Oxford, 1712. 6 vols. 8vo, calf.

Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (190) $19.20 1412 — HISTORY OF THE REBELLION AND CIVIL WARS IN ENGLAND. 56 portraits. Oxford, 1840. 2 vols. imperial 8vo.

Bangs', Sept. 24, 1895. (139) $5.25 1413 — LIFE OF LORD CLARENDON; being a Continuation of his His

tory of the Rebellion. Written by himself. London, 1817. 2 vols. 4to, boards.

Bangs', June 19, 1896. (54) $4.50 1414 Clarendon Historical Society. REPRINTS OF SCARCE PIECES re

lating to the Reigns of Charles I., the Commonwealth, Charles II., James II., the Covenanters, and the State of Religion in New England. Both series (all published). LARGE PAPER. London, 1882-84. 2 vols. 4to, half morocco, gilt tops.

Bangs', Oct. 21, 1895. (270) $6.20 1415 Clark (G. F.). HistoRY OF NORTON, Mass., from 1669 to 1859. Portraits and illustrations. Boston, 1859. 12mo, cloth.

Libbie's, Jan. 29, 1896. 1715) $3.50 1416 - THE SAME. 12mo, cloth. With A. L. S. of the author inserted.

Libbie's, May 20, 1896. (618) $3.25 1417 Clark (G. T.). MEDIÆVAL MILITARY ARCHITECTURE IN ENGLAND. 140 woodcuts. London, 1884. 2 vols. 8vo, cloth.

Libbie's, March 18, 1896. (125) $3.75 1418 Clark (John). RECORDS OF THE DESCENDANTS OF HUGH CLARK OF WATERTOWN, MASS., 1640 to 1866. Boston, 1866. Svo, cloth.

Libbie's, Jan. 29, 1896. (207) $3.50 1419 Clark (J. V. H.). ONONDAGA; or, Reminiscences of Earlier and

Later Times. Being a Series of Historical Sketches relative to
Onondaga, with Notes on the several Towns in the County and
Oswego. Portraits and map. Syracuse, 1849. 2 vols. Svo, cloth.

Bangs', Nov. II, 1895. (212) $4.75 1420 — THE SAME. 2 vols. 8vo, sheep, stained. With A. L. S. of

the author inserted. Libbie's, May 20, 1896. (131) $4.00 1421 Clark (Thomas). NAVAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, from

the commencement of the Revolutionary War to the present time. Philadelphia, 1814. 2 vols. 12mo, boards, uncut.

1422 Clarke (Adam). A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY, containing a

chronological account of books in all departments of literature to the beginning of the Nineteenth Century, 6 vols., and the Bibliographical Miscellany, 2 vols. London, 1802-06. Together 8 vols.

in 4, post Svo, half calf. Bangs', Dec. 16, 1895. (60) $4.50 1423

COMMENTARY ON THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS. The Text taken from the most correct copies of the authorized translation. London, 1817–25. 8 vols. 4to, rough calf.

Bangs', Oct. 17, 1895. (385) $6.40 1424 (Clarke (McDonald)]. AFARA III., Christ in the Desert; a Frag

ment. And other Poems. First edition. New York, 1829. Thin 8vo.

Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (191) $4.25 1425 Clarke (S.). A LOOKING-Glass, both for Saints and Sinners, includ

ing his History of the Plantations of the English in America. Portrait by Cross. London, 1671. 3 vols. in 2, thick, small 4to, calf extra.

Bangs’, Nov. 25, 1895. (210) $6.75 1426 Clarke and Finnelly. REPORTS OF CASES HEARD AND DECIDED

IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS, 1831 to 1846. Edited, with Notes and References to American Law and subsequent English decisions, by J. C. Perkins. Boston, 1873-74.. 12 vols. 8vo, sheep.

Libbie's, Sept. 25, 1895. (1133) $9.60 1427

HOUSE OF LORDS CASES. Boston, 1870–71. II vols. Svo, sheep.

Libbie's, Sept. 25, 1895. (1134) $5.50 1428 REPORTS OF CASES HEARD AND DECIDED IN THE HOUSE OF

LORDS, 1831 to 1846, and the House of Lords Cases, 1846 to 1866.
Boston, 1870–74. Together 23 vols. 8vo, sheep.

Bangs', April 30, 1896. (407) $42.55 1429 Clarkson (T. S.). BIOGRAPHICAL HISTORY OF CLERMONT, OR LIVINGSTON MANOR. Portraits. Claremont, 1869. 8vo, sewed.

Bangs', Nov. II, 1895. (440) $3.38 1430 Classic Tales, serious and lively. With critical essays on the merits

and reputation of the authors. Engraved titles and copper plates. London, 1806. 5 vols. iomo, sprinkled calf, yellow edges, by J. Larkins.

Libbie's, March 25, 1896. (231) $16.50 1431 Classical Picture Gallery (The). A Series of Reproductions of the

Choicest Paintings of the Old Masters in the various European
Galleries. Edited by Prof. von Reber and Dr. Bayersdorfer.
Upwards of 500 large phototype plates. London, 1888–94. 4to,
in parts as issued.

Bangs', Dec. 12, 1895. (366*) $11.50 1432 Clavigero (Francisco Saveris). HISTORY OF Mexico, from Spanish

and Mexican Historians, MSS., Paintings, etc. Translated, with Dissertations, by Cullen. Numerous engravings and map. London, 1787. 2 vols. 4to, half calf extra, marbled edges.

Bangs', Oct. 7, 1895. (122) $5.25 1433 THE SAME. 2 vols. 4to, half morocco extra, uncut.

Bangs', Feb. 6, 1896. (132) $13.50 1434 HISTORY OF MEXICO. Maps and copper plates. London,

1807. 2 vols. 4to, sheep. Libbie's, April 15, 1896. (641) $3.50 1435 Clayton (Ellen C.). QUEENS OF SONG; being Memoirs of some of

the most Celebrated Female Vocalists. Portraits. London, 1863. 2 vols. 8vo, half calf.

Clayton (Ellen. C). - Continued. 1436 - FEMALE WARRIORS. Memorials of Female Valour and Heroism. London, 1879. 2 vols. Svo, half calf, gilt tops, uncut.

Libbie's, Oct. 17, 1895. (235) $4.75 1437 Clayton (W. W.) and Nelson (William). HISTORY OF BERGEN AND

Passaic COUNTIES, N. J. With Sketches of their Pioneers and
Prominent Men. Illustrated. Philadelphia, 1882. 4to, russia.

Bangs', March 25, 1896. (711) $6.00 1438 Cleland (John). MÉMOIRES DE FANNY HILL Entièrement traduits

de l'Anglais pour le premier fois par Isidore Liseux. HOLLAND PAPER (160 printed). Paris, 1887. Crown 8vo, half imitation

morocco, gilt top. Bangs', Nov. 25, 1895. (215) $5.10 1439 Clement XI. QUARESIMALE DEL ANDRA GIROLAMO. Rome, 1706.

Small 4to, morocco. Papal arms of Clement XI. in gold on sides, elaborate tooling of leaves, birds, angels, etc., gilt edges.

Bangs', March 12, 1896. (239) $5.00 1440 Cleveland (H. G.). GENEALOGY OF BENJAMIN CLEVELAND, a

Great-grandson of Moses Cleveland, of Woburn, Mass., and a native of Canterbury, Windham Co., Conn. Portrait. Chicago,

1879. 8vo, cloth. Libbie's, March 5, 1896. (293) $3.10 1441 (Cleveland (John)]. THE CHARACTER OF A LONDON DIURNALL,

with several select poems by the same author. (London), printed in the year 1647. 4to, boards.

Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (201) $15.00 1442

CLIEVELAND'S GENUINE POEMS, Orations, Epistles, etc. Portrait. London, N. Brooke, 1677. Small 8vo, calf.

Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (195) $5.50 1443 THE SAME. Small 8vo, calf.

Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (196) $3.25 1444 THE IDOL OF THE CLOWNES, or Insurrection of Wat the Tyler,

with his priests Baal and Straw. First edition. London, 1654. 12mo, polished calf, gilt edges, by Rivière.

Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (202) $9.00 1445 THE SAME. 12mo, old sheep.

Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (203) $5.75 1446 POEMs. With additions, never before printed. Engraved portrait and device on title. London, W. Shears, 1659. 12mo.

Bangs’, Nov. 18, 1895. (192) $4.50 1447 Poems. Portrait. London, J. Williams, 1661. 12mo, calf,

red edges. With “J. Cleaveland Revived, Poems, etc., Third edition, London, 1662," bound in.

Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (193) $4.25 1448

POEMs. Portrait. London, W. Shears, 1662. 12mo, old calf. With “Cleaveland Revived, London, N. Brooke, 1688," bound in.

Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (194) $6.75 1449

POEMS. With additions never before printed. [London), printed in the year 1653. Small 8vo, calf.

Bangs', April 15, 1896. (105) $6.00 1450 Works. Containing his Poems, Orations, Epistles. With

Life. Portrait. London, 1687. Svo, levant morocco, gilt edges, by Ramage.

Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (197) $10.00 1451 THE SAME. 8vo, old calf.

Bangs', Nov. 18, 1895. (198) $5.00 1452 Clinton (Sir Henry). OBSERVATIONS ON MR. STEDMAN'S History

OF THE AMERICAN WAR. London, 1794. 4to, half morocco,

1453 Clinton (Sir Henry) and Cornwallis (Lord). TRACTS, as follows:

Narrative of Lieut.-Gen. Sir Henry Clinton, relative to his conduct during part of his command of the King's Troops in North America; An Answer to that part of the Narrative of Lieut.-Gen. Sir Henry Clinton, etc.; Reply to Sir Henry Clinton's Narrative, etc. London, 1783-84.3 pamphlets in i vol., 8vo, half calf.

Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (345) $8.25 1454 Clouston (W. A.). WORKS, comprising : Arabian Poetry for English

Readers, 1881 ; The Book of Sindabad, 1884; The Bakhtyar Nama, a Persian Romance, 1883. Glasgow, privately printed, v.d. 3 vols.

crown 8vo, paper, uncut. Bangs', Sept. 30, 1895. (845) $5.10 1455 Club of Odd Volumes. LAST YEARS OF LOUIS

XV. Translated from the French of Imbert de Saint-Amand. Photogravure portraits, one colored. Boston, 1893. Small 4to, boards, uncut. 150 printed.

Libbie's, Jan. 29, 1896. (726) $9.00 1456 — THE SAME. Small 4to, boards, uncut.

Libbie's, Oct. 17, 1895. (236) $4.75 1457

WOMEN OF THE COURT OF Louis XV. Translated from the French of Imbert de Saint-Amand. Photogravure portraits, one colored. Boston, 1892. Small 4to, boards, uncut. 150 printed.

Libbie's, Jan. 29, 1896. (725) $14.50 1458 [Cobb (Josiah)]. A GREEN Hand's First CRUISE. Roughed out

from the Log-Book of Memory of twenty-five years' standing. Together with a residence of five months in Dartmoor. By a Younker. Baltimore, 1841. 2 vols. 12mo, sheep.

Bangs', Dec. 9, 1895. (79) $4.25 1459 Cobbey (J. E.). PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE LAW OF CHATTEL

MORTGAGES, as Administered by the Courts of the United States.
St. Paul, 1893. 2 vols. 8vo, sheep.

Libbie's, Sept. 25, 1895. (1136) $4.50 1460 Cobden (Richard). POLITICAL WRITINGS. London, 1867. 2 vols. 8vo, calf.

Bangs', Feb. 6, 189 (136) 1461 Cochrane (W. R.). HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF ANTRIM, N. H.,

from its earliest settlement to June 27, 1877. With a brief genealogical record of all the Antrim families. Steel portraits and plates. Manchester, 1880. 8vo, cloth.

Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (67) $5.25 1462 Cockings (George). War: An Heroic Poem, from the taking of

Minorca by the French to the reduction of Havannah. Second edition, to the raising of the Siege of Quebec. Boston, 1762. 8vo, paper, uncut.

Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (350) $3.25 1463 Coffin (C. C.). HISTORY OF BOSCAWEN AND WEBSTER, N. H., from 1733 to 1878. Portraits and plates Concord, 1878. Svo, cloth.

Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (160) $6.00 1464 Coffin (Henry). MEMOIR OF GENERAL JOHN Coffin. Compiled

from various sources, by his son. Reading, privately printed,

1880. 12mo, cloth. Libbie's, March 5, 1896. (296) $5.00 1465 Cogan (Thomas). THE HAVEN OF HEALTH. Chiefly made for the

comfort of Students, and consequently for all those that have a care of their health. Amplified upon fíve wordes of Hippocrates. London, Richard Field for Bonham Norton, 1596. Small 4to,

half calf, small hole in title. Bangs', Oct. 9, 1895. (162) $3.25 1466 Coggeshall (George). HISTORY OF AMERICAN PRIVATEERS and

Letters of Marque during the War with England, 1812 to 1814.
Portrait and illustrations. New York, 1861. 8vo, cloth.

1467 Coghlan (Mrs.). MEMOIRS OF MRS. COGHLAN (daughter of the

late Major Moncrieffe). Written by Herself, being interspersed with Anecdotes of the late American and present French War. New York, 1795. Post Svo, half morocco, gilt top. 3 portraits inserted.

Bangs', April 22, 1896. (332) $3.25 1468 Cogswell (Elliot C.). HISTORY OF New Boston, N. H. 39 portraits and plates. Boston, 1864. 8vo, cloth.

Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (1100) $6.75 1469 THE SAME. 8vo, cloth. Libbie's, Jan. 29, 1896. (691) $7.00 1470

HISTORY OF NOTTINGHAM, DEERFIELD, AND NORTHWOOD, N. H., comprised within the original limits of Nottingham, Rockingham County, N. H. With Genealogical Sketches. Portraits and Illustrations. Manchester, 1878. Thick 8vo, cloth.

Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (1157) $4.00 1471 Cogswell (Leander W.). HISTORY OF THE ELEVENTH New Hamp

SHIRE REGIMENT Volunteer Infantry in the Rebellion War, 1861 to 1865. Portraits and plates. Concord, 1891. 8vo, cloth.

Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (354) $3.50 1472 THE SAME. Svo, cloth.

Bangs', May 13, 1896. (467) $3.00 1473 HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF HENNIKER, N. H., from 1735 to

1880. With Genealogical Register of the Families of Henniker, Portraits and maps. Concord, 1880. Svo, half morocco.

Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (697) $7.50 1474 Cohen (Henry). GUIDE DE L'AMATEUR DE LIVRES À VIGNETTES

ET À FIGURES du XVIIIe siècle. Illustrations. Paris, 1880. 8vo, half morocco, gilt top, uncut.

Libbie's, March 25, 1896. (94) $4.00 1475 Coke (Sir Edward). INSTITUTES OF THE LAWES OF ENGLAND.

Parts 1 to 4 (all published). Portraits. London, 1633-69. 4 vols. in 3, folio, panelled calf extra.

Bangs', April 27, 1896. (272) $10.50 1476 Colange (Leo). THE AMERICAN ENCYCLOPÆDIA OF COMMERCE, LAW, AND FINANCE. Boston, 1881. 2 vols, 4to, cloth.

Bangs', Sept. 26, 1895. (250) $8.00 1477

THE PICTURESQUE WORLD; or, Scenes in Many Lands. 1000 illustrations on steel and wood. Boston, 1881. 4to, half morocco.

Libbie's, Feb. 11, 1896. (202) $6.25 1478 Colbert. EPISTOLÆ CONCILII EPHESINI. Lovanii, 1682. 2 vols.

small 4to, red morocco, with the arms of Colbert on the sides, monogram and coronet and snake's head on the back, perhaps by Boyer.

Bangs', March 12, 1896. (246) $10.50 1479 Colden (Cadwallader). HISTORY OF THE FIVE INDIAN NATIONS

OF CANADA which are dependent on the province of New York in America, and are the barrier between the English and the French in that part of the world. Map. London, 1747. Svo, calf. With a portrait inserted.

Libbie's, Nov. 6, 1895. (356) $7.00 1480 — HISTORY OF THE FIVE INDIAN NATIONS OF CANADA. In

troduction by J. G. Shea. Portrait. New York, 1866. Svo, paper, uncut.

Bangs', Nov. II, 1895. (213) $4.00 1481 Cole (Henry H.), ARCHITECTURE OF ANCIENT Delhi. Photographs. London, 1872. 4to, half morocco.

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