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Passaconaway\'s Realm

Passaconaway's Realm

by Lawson, Russell M

The Mass Hole

The Mass Hole

by Parker, Donna

[Franconia, NH]: New England Prisoners Association, 1974. 4p., tabloid format on newsprint, evenly toned else very good. Issued both as a supplement to the June 1974 issue of NEPA News, and as a separate pamphlet. Discusses the case of Jerry Sousa (photographed), held in the Departmental Segregation Unit at Walpole for the killing of another prisoner.
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$18.00
A BRIEF CHAPTER IN THE LIFE OF GENERAL FRANKLIN PIERCE. FROM THE NATIONAL ERA OF JUNE 17. MR. PIERCE AND THE ANTI-SLAVERY MOVEMENT

A BRIEF CHAPTER IN THE LIFE OF GENERAL FRANKLIN PIERCE. FROM THE NATIONAL ERA OF JUNE 17. MR. PIERCE AND THE ANTI-SLAVERY MOVEMENT

by [Pierce, Franklin]

[Washington: Buell & Blanchard, 1852. 8pp, caption title (as issued). Disbound with light to moderate foxing. Good+. All the copies that Miles examined were, like this copy, disbound. The pamphlet exposes Pierce's consistent alliance, during his entire political career, with the pro-slavery South. Pierce supported the infamous Gag Rule, prohibiting discussion in Congress of anti-slavery petitions; he has always opposed efforts to restrict slavery. FIRST EDITION. Miles 311. LCP 1542. OCLC 12308846... Read more about this item
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$450.00
ACTS AND LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE

ACTS AND LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE

by New Hampshire

[Exeter, N.H.: Zechariah Fowle, 1780. Folio. [1], 202-235, [1 blank] pp, as issued. First leaf reinforced at blank inner margin, but affecting small portions of several letters; old rubberstamp and rubberstamp date in blank portion of title page. Scattered toning. Good+. [bound with] AN ACT TO PREVENT FRAUD IN SHOES MADE FOR THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. [Exeter, N.H.: Zechariah Fowle. 1781]. Pages 237-252. Folio. Page 237 with rubberstamp and rubberstamp date, else Very Good. [bound with]... Read more about this item
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$750.00
History of the Sixteenth Regiment, New Hampshire Volunteers

History of the Sixteenth Regiment, New Hampshire Volunteers

by Luther Tracy Townsend

Washington, D.C.: Henry L. Johnson and Luther T. Townsend / Norman T. Elliott, Printer and Publisher, 1897. Very Good. Washington, D.C.: Henry L. Johnson and Luther T. Townsend / Norman T. Elliott, Printer and Publisher, 1897. First Edition. Large octavo (23cm.); publisher's maroon blind-embossed cloth, gilt-lettered spine, floral endpapers; 574pp.; frontispiece, illus. throughout, including photographic reproductions and full-paged drawings. Light shelf wear, corners bumped, textblock rather shaken in... Read more about this item
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$85.00
WASHINGTON, OCTOBER 22, 1852. DEAR SIR: - THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE HAVE BEEN INFORMED THAT WITHIN A FEW DAYS THERE HAS BEEN A GRAND CONCLAVE OF THE ACTIVE MEN OF THE SCOTT PARTY IN PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK, AND THAT LARGE SUMS OF MONEY HAVE BEEN RAISED TO DESPATCH SECRET EMISSARIES TO EVERY NOOK AND CORNER OF THESE STATES TO PROVIDE BOUNTIES FOR RECRUITING SERVICE-- TO PROSTITUTE THE BASE..

WASHINGTON, OCTOBER 22, 1852. DEAR SIR: - THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE HAVE BEEN INFORMED THAT WITHIN A FEW DAYS THERE HAS BEEN A GRAND CONCLAVE OF THE ACTIVE MEN OF THE SCOTT PARTY IN PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK, AND THAT LARGE SUMS OF MONEY HAVE BEEN RAISED TO DESPATCH SECRET EMISSARIES TO EVERY NOOK AND CORNER OF THESE STATES TO PROVIDE BOUNTIES FOR RECRUITING SERVICE-- TO PROSTITUTE THE BASE..

by [Democratic Party in 1852]

[Washington, 1852. Folio sheet folded to 8" x 10". [1], [3 blanks] pp. Signed in type at the end: "C.H. Peaslee, J.W. Forney, A.G. Penn, Members of Democratic National Committee at Washington." Docketed in ink on final blank. Very Good. A rare printed Letter from the Democratic National Committee, feverishly warning that the Whigs are hiring "bullies to intimidate and drive from the polls the weak-hearted, and to bring every Whig voter to the ballot-box." This is a "last desperate resort to cheat the... Read more about this item
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$250.00
American-Canadian genealogist: official journal of the American-Canadian Genealogical Society [twelve issues]

American-Canadian genealogist: official journal of the American-Canadian Genealogical Society [twelve issues]

Manchester, NH: American-Canadian Genealogical Society, 2000. Newsletter. 12 issues of the newsletter, 8.5x11 inches, very good. Numbers present are 74-84, 86.
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$75.00
COMMUNICATION FROM HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR, COVERING THE REPORT OF THE JUSTICES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, ON THE QUESTION OF GRANTING NEW TRIALS

COMMUNICATION FROM HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR, COVERING THE REPORT OF THE JUSTICES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, ON THE QUESTION OF GRANTING NEW TRIALS

by New Hampshire

[Concord?, 1819. 35, [1 blank] pp. Disbound, a corner tear and short closed tear of title page [no text affected or lost], light toning and light scattered foxing. Good+ to Very Good. An important pamphlet on the bedrock constitutional doctrine of separation of governmental powers. Here, Justices of the New Hampshire Superior Court strike down the Legislature's attempt to "grant new trials in any case..." In a pending case, Merrill v. Sherburne, the New Hampshire legislature had granted Dorothy... Read more about this item
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$450.00
THE GUBERNATORIAL QUESTION. THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE WAS WRITTEN AS A COMMUNICATION TO A NEWSPAPER, BUT OWING TO UNAVOIDABLE ACCIDENT, ITS PUBLICATION WAS PREVENTED..

THE GUBERNATORIAL QUESTION. THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE WAS WRITTEN AS A COMMUNICATION TO A NEWSPAPER, BUT OWING TO UNAVOIDABLE ACCIDENT, ITS PUBLICATION WAS PREVENTED..

by [New Hampshire]

[Concord?, 1867. Folio broadside, 9" x 16-1/2". Caption title, printed in three columns. Old folds [two short splits at center fold edges]. Dated and signed in type, "January 4, 1867. Justice." Very Good. Onslow Stearns, president of the Northern Railroad, sought the Republican nomination for Governor of New Hampshire in 1865, but withdrew in favor of Frederick Smyth, another railroad executive, with the understanding that his turn would come at the next election. When the 1867 election came around,... Read more about this item
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$350.00
CHRISTIAN CHURCHES FORM'D AND FURNISH'D BY CHRIST. A SERMON PREACH'D AT THE GATHERING OF A CHURCH, AND THE ORDINATION OF THE REVEREND MR. TIMOTHY WALKER TO THE PASTORAL OFFICE, AT THE NEW PLANTATION CALLED PENNICOOK. NOV. 18TH 1730. BY JOHN BARNARD, M.A. PASTOR OF A CHURCH IN ANDOVER. TO WHICH ARE ANNEXED, THE CHARGE, AND THE RIGHT HAND OF FELLOWSHIP, USED ON THAT OCCASION. NOW MADE PUBLICK AT THE DESIRE OF SEVERAL WHO WERE PRESENT AT THAT SOLEMNITY

CHRISTIAN CHURCHES FORM'D AND FURNISH'D BY CHRIST. A SERMON PREACH'D AT THE GATHERING OF A CHURCH, AND THE ORDINATION OF THE REVEREND MR. TIMOTHY WALKER TO THE PASTORAL OFFICE, AT THE NEW PLANTATION CALLED PENNICOOK. NOV. 18TH 1730. BY JOHN BARNARD, M.A. PASTOR OF A CHURCH IN ANDOVER. TO WHICH ARE ANNEXED, THE CHARGE, AND THE RIGHT HAND OF FELLOWSHIP, USED ON THAT OCCASION. NOW MADE PUBLICK AT THE DESIRE OF SEVERAL WHO WERE PRESENT AT THAT SOLEMNITY

by Barnard, John

Boston in New-England: Printed by B. Green, for John Phillips, 1731. [4], 42 pp, with the half title but lacking the final blank. Disbound, light rubberstamp at upper blank portion of half title. Scattered foxing. Good+. Pennicook [also 'Pennycook'] is now the Concord, New Hampshire area. A scarce, early American imprint. Evans 3390. ESTC W30340 [8 institutional locations as of May 2018].
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$500.00
Jesus haunts me

Jesus haunts me

by Uphaus, Willard

n.p., n.d.. Pamphlet. 12p. staplebound pamphlet reprinted from the Telescope-Messenger; mild toning, otherwise very good. Uphaus was jailed during the McCarthy period for refusing to name names. "Thus when I think about Jesus and his end on the cross, I wonder how savagely a hating, exploiting, war-ridden civilization would crucify him today, if he returned and began to drive criminals, monopolists and profiteers out of our trading centers and capitols. So I quite truthfully say to Grandfather's spirit... Read more about this item
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$50.00
Clippers of the Port of Portsmouth and the men who built them

Clippers of the Port of Portsmouth and the men who built them

by Brighton, Ray

Portsmouth, NH: Peter E. Randall, 1985. Hardcover. 178p., splendidly illustrated with a dozen or so fullpage color reproductions of classic marine paintings, plus a couple of snazzy "now departing" ads printed in San Francisco, and other period images. Hardbound in 10x7 inch blue cloth boards with clipper silhouette in gold, in color dust jacket. Very nice condition, we see only one flaw, the foredge of textblock has a sprinkle of foxing. The jacketed book is else completely clean, unmarked, and... Read more about this item
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$20.00
The Architectural Heritage of the Piscataqua

The Architectural Heritage of the Piscataqua

by Howells, John Mead

Architectural Book Publishing Company, 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. Used - Like New/Like New. Book is in very good condition. First Edition, First Printing. NOT a remainder. NOT a book club edition. NOT price-clipped ($20.00 price intact). Published by Architectural Book Publishing Company, 1965. Book itself is very good/like new with only light fading along board edges; otherwise clean and unmarked. Tight, sharp corners, bright spine lettering. Dust jacket has some shelf/edge wear with several... Read more about this item
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$59.99
Fifty Hikes: Walks, Day Hikes, and Backpacking Trips in New Hampshire's White Mountains

Fifty Hikes: Walks, Day Hikes, and Backpacking Trips in New Hampshire's White Mountains

by Doan, Daniel

New Hampshire, 1973-01-01. Paperback, Trade. Good. 0 Paperback, Trade - Sticker residue, cover; Spine sunned, PON fly - 8.9 x 7.4 x 0.5 inches
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$8.95
WORKINGMEN, READ! A TARIFF FOR PROTECTION VS. A TARIFF FOR REVENUE ONLY. GEN. GARFIELD A PROTECTIONIST. GEN. HANCOCK A FREE TRADER. THE PROOF..

WORKINGMEN, READ! A TARIFF FOR PROTECTION VS. A TARIFF FOR REVENUE ONLY. GEN. GARFIELD A PROTECTIONIST. GEN. HANCOCK A FREE TRADER. THE PROOF..

by [Election of 1880]

[Concord, NH?, 1880. Broadside, 11-3/8" x 15-1/4". Printed in a variety of type sizes and fonts. Bit of wrinkling, else Very Good. General James Garfield was the Republicans' 1880 presidential candidate; General Winfield Scott Hancock ran for the Democrats. Garfield's supporters claim here that protective tariffs "favor American labor." Garfield's laudable support for tariffs is contrasted with the views of Hancock and his party. Reduction or elimination of tariffs would "be a movement to equalize... Read more about this item
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$750.00
Daniel Webster Short Biography.  Removed from Herring & Longacre, National Portrait Gallery of Distinguished Americans, Volume 1.

Daniel Webster Short Biography. Removed from Herring & Longacre, National Portrait Gallery of Distinguished Americans, Volume 1.

Removed from Herring & Longacre, National Portrait Gallery of Distinguished Americans, Volume 1. An 8-page biography of Webster removed from the National Portrait Gallery volume and rebound separately in a variegated maroon leatherette with Webster's name gilt on front and the engraving of Webster from the large volume tipped in on a clean new endpaper. The slim resultant volume measures 11 by 7 inches. Condition is GOOD with foxing in the margins of the original leaves. For more on the National Portrait... Read more about this item
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$14.00
THE GOSPEL MINISTRY VINDICATED FROM CONTEMPT. A SERMON PREACH'D AT AN ANNIVERSARY CONVENTION OF MINISTERS, AT PORTSMOUTH, SEPTEMBER 26TH, 1764

THE GOSPEL MINISTRY VINDICATED FROM CONTEMPT. A SERMON PREACH'D AT AN ANNIVERSARY CONVENTION OF MINISTERS, AT PORTSMOUTH, SEPTEMBER 26TH, 1764

by Stevens, Benjamin

Portsmouth, (New-Hampshire): Thomas Furber, 1765. [4], 42 pp, with the half title. Disbound and lightly worn, lacking the final blank. Good+, with errata at the base of page 42. This is the only 18th century edition. Pastor of the First Church in Kittery, Stevens preaches "when religion is in a declining state; when the gospel of the son of God, and it's [sic] sacred institutions are treated by many with great indifferency, if not contempt." Evans 10176.
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$375.00
The American S.C.L. Bulletin No. 1 (October 1914)

The American S.C.L. Bulletin No. 1 (October 1914)

Keene, NH: Executive Committee, SCL, 1914. 20p., staplebound booklet, very good. First bulletin of the Catholic Society, John H. Littell serving as its acting secretary. The Society's letters C and L stood interchangeably for Church Literature, Catholic Loyalty and Chrstian Learning.
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$12.00
DOVER, OCTOBER 25, 1832. "THE VOICE OF OLD STRAFFORD"-- GREAT REPUBLICAN MEETING

DOVER, OCTOBER 25, 1832. "THE VOICE OF OLD STRAFFORD"-- GREAT REPUBLICAN MEETING

by [Republican Citizens of Dover, New Hampshire]

[Dover, NH, 1832. Broadside, 15" x 19-3/4". Printed in six columns. Foxed, Good to Good+. A rare broadside, issued for the1832 presidential campaign. These citizens oppose Andrew Jackson's re-election. They support Henry Clay, "the Father of American Industry-- it was his exertions that obtained the tariff of 1824-- which is the foundation of our present prosperity." Jackson's conduct-- chronicled here with the usual list of his faults-- justifies the "appalling apprehensions for the safety of our... Read more about this item
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$450.00
KKK Second annual statement of the Committee on Building Fund, for year ending July 1, 1888

KKK Second annual statement of the Committee on Building Fund, for year ending July 1, 1888

by [Kappa Kappa Kappa]

[New Hampshire]: Kappa Kappa Kappa, 1888. Pamphlet. Approximately 5x8 inch leaflet listing 19 contributors to the fund and their amounts, ranging from $5 to $100. Very good. The KKK refers in this case to the Dartmouth fraternal organization, which took these initials many years before the Southern organization of somewhat different reputation.
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$20.00
THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE, THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE, AND THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES, WITH ITS PROPOSED AMENDMENTS

THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE, THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF NEW-HAMPSHIRE, AND THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES, WITH ITS PROPOSED AMENDMENTS

by New Hampshire

Portsmouth: John Melcher, 1797. 492pp, with rubberstamp and faint blindstamp on title page. Lightly toned, bound in later law buckram with gilt-lettered morocco spine labels, gum label at spine base. Except as noted, Very Good. This compilation prints New Hampshire's 1792 Constitution; the United States Constitution, with the twelve proposed amendments transmitted to the State legislatures for ratification; and the laws of the State of New Hampshire in force, down through Acts passed in December 1796.... Read more about this item
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$350.00
New Hampshire

New Hampshire

by FINLEY, Anthony

Philadelphia: Anthony Finley, 1824. unbound. Young & Delleker. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 11 1/8" x 8 5/8".<br/><br/> Beautiful map of New Hampshire divided into counties. Shows place names, major routes, topographical details and waterways. In maps from this period, New Hampshire was usually bundled together with Vermont. This is an uncommon map exclusively depicting New Hampshire. In very good condition. Minor foxing. Anthony Finley (c.... Read more about this item
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$300.00
TO THE PEOPLE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

TO THE PEOPLE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

by New Hampshire

[np., 1862. 8pp, caption title, light folding and wear. One folded, uncut folio sheet. Good+ to Very Good. New Hampshire Democrats, defending themselves against charges of wartime treason, attack the Republican Party, which "has been arrayed by its leaders against peace." The Democrats favor restoring the Union as it was, without abolishing slavery. This scarce, unusual New Hampshire pamphlet illustrates the depth of pro-slavery sentiment, even in the northernmost parts of the Union. OCLC 13631933... Read more about this item
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$250.00
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TOWN OFFICERS OF THE TOWN OF WENTWORTH, N.H. (4  BOOKLETS, 1903, 1905, 1907, 1908)

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TOWN OFFICERS OF THE TOWN OF WENTWORTH, N.H. (4 BOOKLETS, 1903, 1905, 1907, 1908)

by Multiple Contributors

Plymouth, N. H.: Plymouth Record Job Print, Dartmouth Press. Good+. 1903. Softcover. Four original not reprints, soft covers bookletswith black lettering. Text tight, clean & intact. Lightly stained front cover. Reports of the Road Agents, School Boards and other officers of town & district. Vital Statistics Treasurer's Report. Highways and Bridges. New England, Wentworth N. H. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 20 pages .
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$42.50
CELEBRATION OF THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH  Haverhill, N. H. October 12 &amp; 13, 1890

CELEBRATION OF THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Haverhill, N. H. October 12 & 13, 1890

by Various Authors

Haverhill, N. H.: W. E. Shaw's Steam Press. Very Good. 1890. Flexible cloth. Not a reprint, original clean reddish-brown cloth. Pictorial frontispiece and portrait illustration are tissue protected. All edges dyed red. Includes Historical Sermon by Rev J. L. Merrill & Historical Address by J. HP. Pearson. Ublished by Authority of the Church. Endpapers lightly foxed, with prior owners signature. Genealogy Haverhill, New England; B/W Illus.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 45 pages .
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$30.00