Chelmsford: Printed and Sold By I. Marsden. Very Good. First Edition (?). Pamphlet. 32mo 4" - 5" tall; Pictorial gray wraps, unopened at top edge only, 12.1 by 7.4 cm, pages 2-23 with pages 1 & 24 pasted down to wraps as issued. **Bold clear impressions. Feel free to request an additional scan. Occupations pictured are: Gruff John Pinker (Tinker), Old Mistress Wake (bakery products), Old Johnny Dink (ink), Dame Fanny Hound (cherries), Little Tommy Creep (chimney sweep), Young Patty Smart (pastries), Old Dame Piper (fruit), Saucy Suke Mutter (butter), Old Johnny Towle (fowl), Young Jenny Almon (salmon), Drunken Ned Friend (mends bellows), Old Master Rand (white sand), Sly Master Hind (sharpends sicssars and knives), Bold Mother Brass (flint glass), Jolly Dame Berrings (herrings), Dame Jenny Strive(?) (sprats), & Joly Kate Kish (saltfish). .
London: Samuel Burton. Very Good-; Only the lightest of wear to the binding, gilt on text-block . rubbed.. 1812. Hardcover. Miniature; Miniature ; Black crushed morocco, gilt rules, all edges gilt, ribbon, 9.5 by 5cm, , 367, p., engraved title page with portrait. **Welsh #7077. OCLC 22960902; one copy located. .
New Haven: Bibliographical Press. Very Good-; Previously folded, lacks string.. 1937. First Edition. Hardcover. 4to 11" - 13" tall; Single sheet folded to form eight pages, previously stitched, deckle edge. **Printed by G.F. Taylor and J.L. Kellogg for John Murray, Gorley Putt, & Marie Tremaine, at the Bibliographical Press. .
Boston: Houghton, Mifflin & Co.. Good+; Grease(?) stain on front card cover with show-thru to front . wrap also llight soiling to wraps.. 1882. Hardcover. 8vo; Paper vellum wraps with pictorial title on front cover, 228, p., plates, text illustrations. **BAL #315: Jake Blanck, citing Merle Johnson, says "Also six copies on Japan vellum," not seen. With a four page autographed letter signed, tipped in, to J.M. Hopkins, date Oct. 20, '99. With the bookplate of Jacob Chester Chamberlain. .
Boston: Little, Brown & Co.. Very Good in Good+ dust jacket; Protected dust jacket shows wear . at top and bottom edges.. 1947. First Edition. Hardcover. 8vo 8" - 9" tall; xix, 247p., illustrated. **Bruns B-75: Inscribed "To Ted Trueblood in grateful appreciation of his friendship, Jos.BatesJr, 21 October 1947."; Signed by Author .
Boston: Cummings & Hilliard. Good+; Hinges and bottom edge of boards rubbed with some loss of . surface, some crazing of spine affecting the gilt tooling.. 1813. First Edition. Hardcover. 8vo; 3/4 contemporary leather, gilt spine, marbled boards, 36p. **American Imprint #28104. BOUND WITH: A Sermon Delivered at the Ordination of the Rev. Jared Sparks, to the Pastoral Care of the First Independent Church of Baltimore, May 5, 1819, by William Ellery Channing, second edition. Baltimore: Printed by J. Robinson, Circulating Library, 1819. 72p. AI#47552. **Religion a Social Principle: A Sermon, delivered in the Church in Federal Street, Boston, December 10, 1820, by William Ellery Channing. Boston: Printed by Russell & Gardener, 1820. 19p. AI#708. **A Sermon, Delivered at the Ordination of the Rev. Ezra Stiles Gannett, as Colleagu;e Pastor of the Church of Christ, in Federal Street, Boston, June 30, 1824, by William Ellery Channing. Boston: Christian Register Office, 1824. 47p., includes a four page list, with selected details, of the Pastors of the Congregation al Churches in Boston, printed vertically. AI#15714. **A Discourse, Preached at the Dedication of the Second Congregational Unitarian Church, New York, December 7, 1826, by William Ellery Channing. NY: Published for the Second Congregational Unitarian Church, 1826. 57, p. AI#24050. **A Discourse Delivered at the Installation of the Rev. Mellish Irving Motte, as Pastor of the South Congregational Society, January 21, 1828, by William Ellery Channing. Boston: Bowles & Dearborn, 1828. 43p., with an original hymn by Charles Sprague. AI#32633. **A Discourse Delivered at the Ordination of the Rev. Frederick A. Farley, as Pastor of the Westminster Congregational Society in Providence, Rhode Island, September 10, 1828, by William Ellery Channing. Boston: Bowles & Dearborn, 1828. 36p. AI#32631. **The Exclusive System: A Discourse Delibered in Groton, Massachusetts, at the Installation of Rev. Charles Robinson, November 1, 1826, by James Walker. Boston: Bowles & Dearborn, 1826. 56p. AI#31640. **The Name of Christian the Only Appropriate Name for Believers in Christ: A Sermon, preached at the dedication of the Third Congregation Church in Cambridge, Dec. 25, 1827, by Charles Lowell. Cambridge: Hilliard, Metcalf & Co., 1828. 24p., with a Dedicatory Hymn by Henry Ware, Jun., and an Original Hymn by William Parmenter. AI#33921. **A Sermon Delivered at the Ordination of the Rev. William Parsons Lunt, as Pastor of the Second Congregational Unitarian Society in the City of New York, June 19, 1828, by F.W.P. Greenwood. NY: David Felt, 1828. 50p., with two original hymns. AI#33427. **The Trinitarian Controversy: A Discourse Delivered at the Ordination of Mr. Daniel M. Stearns, to the Pastoral Charge of the First Church in Dennis, May 14, 1828, by Charles Lowell. Boston: N.S. Simpkins & Co., 1828. 40p., the Notes occupy the last 16 pages. AI#33923. **A Discourse Delivered at the Dedication of Westminster Church in Providence, Rhode Island, March 5, 1829, by Frederick A. Farley. Boston: Leonard C. Bowles, 1829. 31p. AI#38530. **Address Delivered Before the Portland Association for the Promotion of Temperance, February 22, 1828, I. Nichols. Portland ME: Hill & Edwards, Printers, 1828. 32p. AI#34557. **An Address Delivered Before the Massachusetts Sociey for the Suppression of Intemperance, May 31, 1827. Boston: Bowles & Dearborn, 1827. 30p. AI#30687. **A Discourse in Commemoration of the Lives and Services of John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, Delivered in Faneuil Hall, Boston, August 2, 1826, by Daniel Webster. Boston: Cummings, Hilliard & Co., 1826. 62p. AL#27583. **Address to the Board of Aldermen, of the City of Boston, Jan. 3, 1829, by Josiah Quincy, on Taking Final Leave of the Office of Mayor.. Boston: Printed by Crocker & Brewster, 1829. 31p. AI#37885, without the p. at end. **A bound volume of fifteen sermons, mainly Unitarian. Unless otherwise noted all are firest editions. .
Stanford CA: Stanford Univ. Press. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. . Hardcover. 0804703744 . 4to 11" - 13" tall; Dark green buckram with ornate gilt spine, cvi, 637p., 186 plates with the frontispiece in color, annotated bibliography, glossary, index. .
[Philadelphia]: Printed By Z. Poulsson, Jun.. Good+; Wrapper broken at spine fold, should be resewn.. . Second Edition. Pamphlet. 8vo; Plain gray wraps, 24p. **American Imprint #1474. Streeter Sale #984: in his note on the 1796 first edition Streeter calls this "one of the most important legal statements in the settlement of this famous land dispute." This edition brings the case to its conclusion in 1799. With the old yellow ticket stating: "Leary, Bookseller, 5th & Walnut, Philada." .
NY: Appleton & Co.. Good; Corners and spine ends worn but complete, outer hinges worn . with two inch crack on front hinge but inner hinges are strong and . tight, occasional light toning, scattered speckling on rear board, . particularly on lower edge, condition given based on externals, internally . much better, photograph is faded.. 1910. First American Edition. Hardcover. tall 8vo; Pictorial red cloth gilt, xix, 201p., mounted silver-toned original photographic frontispiece, folding route-map, 100 illustrations from original photographs. **Czech p.231. .
Romae: Nic Angelum Tinassiu. Good+; One inch at base of spine just in from the rear hinge worm . damaged, both ends of spine have shallow cracks, boards show slightly . at fore-corners, one strap lacks a half inch of top-grain, minor . stains at end-papers, else tight clean and attractive.. 1661. First Edition Thus. Hardcover. Small 8vo; Contemporary smooth brown leather, 5 raised bands, edges of boards and spine panels outlined with three blind rules, two brass tipped leather straps, all edges red, all leaves present including blanks, engraved title page, , 424, , 291, p., music, indices, printed in red and black. **"Summa Privilegii Regis Christianissimi. Ludovicus XIV. Dei gratia Galliarum & Nauarrae Rex Christianissimus...," Paris 28. April 1653. **SECOND TITLE: Clavis Cantus Ecclesiastici seu Modus Intonandi, et Cantandi Inuitatoria, Psalmos, Antiphonas, Responsoria, Versiculos, Lectiones, Epistolas, Evangelia, Passionem, Lamentationes, & alia precipua, quae passim occurrunt in Officio Diuino cantanda... Fr. Io. Basptista de Marinis. Romae, Typis Nicolai Angeli Tinassi. 1661. .
Boston: Ticknor & Company. Good; Lacks bottom inch of spine, front hinge cracked but attached, . front cover soiled, else a tight clean copy.. 1887. First Edition. Softcover. 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; xiv, , 325,  pages; Publisher's green paper wraps printed in red, enclosed in a fine half morocco book box. **BAL 5733. Ticknor's Paper Series of Choice Reading No.16, Extra, August 20, 1887. .
Leipzig: Bernard Tauchnitz. Very Good-; Small chip lacking from blank margin of frontispiece.. 1879. Hardcover. 12mo; x11, 444 pages; Full vellum with two wide continuous horizontal decorative gilt bands on all three sides, all edges red, 17 mounted photographs. **The binding is gilt stamped "G. Glinger, Roma", on lower rear board. .
Boston: Printed For W. Pelham. Very Good-; Professionally rebacked with spine and label tooled to . match original, slight darkening of paper and light stains.. 1805. First Edition. Hardcover. 8vo; 208 pages; Old mottled leather rebacked with new calf and spine label, 208p., the folding plate has been stengthened at fold. **American Imprint #8381. The first book on chess by an American. .
London: The Studio. Very Good; Light spine wear.. 1906. First Edition. Hardcover. 4to 11" - 13" tall; Small folio, viii, 168p. , color plates. **3/4 brown morocco, marbled boards in a lined leather trimmed slipcase, both by "Peter Franck, hand bookbinder, Sherman: Connecticut. " With a two page ALS from Sydney R. Jones, who did the b&w illustrations, in which he comments on what a start this work gave his career, a bit about his career, and gives his blessing to the recipient to use his illustrations in a project. .
Venetiis: Paulum Balleonium. Very Good; Old library stamp, minor spine rubbing. Second title has . insect damage effecting 9 partial lines of last leaf and 2 signatures . have browned.. 1716. Hardcover. Folio; 264, 52,  pages; Half leather & mottled boards, index. ** Bound with his Commentaria Ad Constitutionem Sanctae Mem. Innocentii XI. De Statutariis Successionibus; Cum Particulis Statutorum, & Legum Excludentium Foeminas Propter Masculas, Tam Intra Statum Ecclesiasticum, Quam Extra Illum. Accedit De Pensionibus Ecclesiasticis Ad Ornatum Constitutionis Ejusdem Pontificis, De Illus Ultra Medietatem Non Transferendis; Cum Variis Indultis Transferendi, Ac Retnendi Ecclesiasticas Pensiones. 174, , 59p., index. .
Southampton: Ashford Press. Near Fine; Slight show-thru of copy number.. 1987. Hardcover. Large 8vo 10" tall; Finely bound in full pictorial gilt morocco, marbled slipcase with matching leather top and bottom sides, all edges gilt, ribbon, xxviii, , 192p., new illustrations by Neil McReddie, index. **Copy 40 of 50 numbered copies, of a total edition of 1500, with original water color by McReddie. Wegner: "a very important deer book." .