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    MIRACLE AT DORMEL FARMS The Story of the Quecreek Mine Rescue by Arnold, Bill & Lori Arnold with Joyann Dwire

    Somerset, PA: Dormel Enterprises. Very Good. 2004. Softcover. Inscribed and by authors on title-page: "Thank you so much! I feel I've known you forever! Lori & Bill". Small indentation on the front cover. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 128 pages .


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    Pennsylvania Beautiful (Eastern) by Nutting, Wallace

    MA: Old America Company Publishers, 1924. VG-/na. Hardback. Some rubbing & edgewear; few creases/spots on cover; some yellowing; gift inscription inside; text overall clean. Nice illustrations. 302 pages


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    ANNUAL REGISTER OF FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE , And the Theological Seminary, Lancaster, Pa. 1894-1895. by Franklin and Marshall College

    New Era Printing House. Fair. 1895. Softcover. Covers heavily soiled. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 82 pages .


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    DER REUE, AMERIKANISCHE LANDWIRTHSCHAFTS= CALENDER, AUF ...1849, MELCHES EIN GEMEINES tAHR VON 365 LAGEN(?) IFT... by Almanac

    Reading, PA: Von Carl Friederich Egelmann, 1848. 32pp. Stitched. Original printed wrappers [margin-chipped, dustsoiled]. Front wrapper with black and white illustration. Black and white illustrations throughout text. Light uniform tanning, scattered foxing. Some chipping and wear to edges. Pencil and ink markings in margins throughout text. Good. Printed in German Fraktur, the Almanac contains one of the earliest articles printed in America, with illustration, of a bull fight. Drake 12681.


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    KEYSTONE CANOEING A Guide to Canoeable Water of Eastern Pennsylvania by Gertler, Edward

    Seneca Press. Very Good. 1993. Third Edition; Second Printing. Softcover. Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 423 pages .


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    A NARRATIVE OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF THE PEOPLE CALLED QUAKERS, IN PHILADELPHIA, AGAINST JOHN EVANS. TO WHICH IS ADDED: A REPORT OF THE EVIDENCE DELIVERED ON THE TRIAL OF THE CASE OF JOHN EVANS, VERSUS ELLIS YARNALL AND OTHERS: WITH AN APPENDIX, COMPILED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF JOHN EVANS by Evans, John

    [Philadelphia: John Adams & Co. Printers]. Sold by Thomas Dobson, 1811. vii, 238pp. Original calf [rubbed, rebacked in calf with gilt-lettered morocco spine label]. Presentation by author on front flyleaf, "John Evans respectfully presents to the Library Company of Philadelphia, Philada. 1814." Bookplate on front pastedown of the Library Company of Philadelphia numbered 7461 [with its duplicate release rubberstamp]. Very Good. Evans presents the facts of the suit against the Overseers of the Society of Friends. His preface exposes the attacks on his good name "resulting from the wanton exercise of uncontrouled ecclesiastical power!" Evans had been a trustee of the bankrupt estate of John Field, who complained of Evans's conduct to the Overseers of the Meeting. The court case and ecclesiastical proceedings, as well as the arbitrary behavior of the Overseers, are reviewed in overwhelming detail. The rear endpaper is filled with a holograph signed, and entirely written in ink, by Evans which reads: "N.B. The subscriber considers the testimony of the active members of the religious Society of the Quakers unjust, their only informing such parts of the testimony as suited for their purposes, a shameful violation of their qualification, as they should have informed the whole truth. "Their treatment in carrying the case before the Preparative meeting, previous to their visiting the party, by their rulers (overseers) & the business of laying before the monthly & preparative meetings, at one and the same time is contrary to their discipline, the secrecy with which it was conducted and information being withheld from the congregation thru the influence of the overseers, & the accused not admitted to be present to vindicate his conduct, is entirely an inquisition unprecedented in the United States except in Quaker Society. "The narrative does in some measure (tho not fully) elucidate the subject to which it refers. "Soon after the publication of the narrative R. Love of the monthly meeting committee failed in paying his just debts. Since that time J.J. one of the Preparative meeting committee, also made a shameful failure, both of which were to a very large amount & which are serious losses to both their creditors. "Thus have two of the active members of the Quaker Society, been stopped in their career of persecution of the fellow citizens." [Signed] "John Evans." Sabin 23168. AI 22786. Cohen 11972.


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    Philadelphia by MITCHELL, Samuel Augustus Sr

    Philadelphia: Mitchell, Samuel Augustus, 1853. unbound. Map. Engraving and lithograph with original hand coloring. Image measures 15.75" x 12.75". Beautiful town plan of Philadelphia. Shows streets, notable buildings and institutions (listed in numbered key), parks, railroad and wards. Small tear bottom center margin, chips along right and left margins and top right corner, none affecting image. Samuel Augustus Mitchell Sr. (1792-1868) is one of the pioneers in American cartography of the 19th century.


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    AN EXAMINATION OF THE NEW SYSTEM OF SOCIETY, BY ROBERT OWEN, SHOWING ITS INSUFFICIENCY TO REFORM MANKIND. WITH OBSERVATIONS ON THE OPERATION OF THE PRINCIPLE OF VIRTUE IN THE MIND OF MAN by [Fisher, William Logan]

    Philadelphia: Published by John Mortimer... Jesper Harding, Printer, 1826. x, [11]-86 pp. Several light institutional rubberstamps, lightly worn. Bound in attractive, modern marbled boards and quarter calf, gilt-lettered red morocco spine label. Good+. Fisher [1781-1862] was a Philadelphia Quaker, philosopher, and entrepreneur: he owned one of the area's first woolen mills, and operated the Duncannon Iron Works. An avid reformer, he opposed establishment of the Sabbath in Pennsylvania's laws. "Fisher's aversion to coercion extended beyond the religious sphere as well, and in 1826 he wrote a respectful but forceful critique of Robert Owen's new system of social reform [this offering]. Doubting Owen's Lockean assumption that mankind has no moral virtue other than what was inculcated through education, Fisher also regarded the 're-modification of self-interest' at the heart of Owenism to be far too sanguine about the perfectibility of man. Pointing out significant instances of general moral virtue among the Native Americans and black slaves, who had no rationalized system of moral influence at their disposal, Fisher maintained the Quaker view that moral rectitude is available to all through consultation with their divine individual conscience. This view aligned him with the more liberal views of the Quaker Elias Hicks" [Dictionary of Early American Philosophers]. AI 24538. Not in Sabin, Eberstadt, Larned.


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    1959 REVIEW by Coraopolis Senior High School Yearbook Staff

    Coraopolis, PA: Coraopolis Senior High School. Good. 1959. Hardcover. Includes 7 page supplement bound in between pages 78/79. Heavy writing throughout. Old page odor to the book. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 96 pages .


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    REPORT OF A COMMITTEE OF THE SELECT COUNCIL OF PHILADELPHIA. READ NOVEMBER 10TH. 1796 by [Philadelphia]

    Philadelphia: Printed by Zachariah Poulson, Junior, 1796. 24pp. Stitched and untrimmed. Outer untrimmed margins with some light wear, minor foxing. Contemporary plain rear wrapper present. Very Good. The Report is a rare analysis of the municipal infrastructure of Philadelphia and the financing necessary for performing City services. It is an informative, detailed picture of the necessities of eighteenth century America's leading City. The Committee members were John Connelly, Samuel Mickle Fox, and John Bleakley. They sign in type on page 17. Municipal receipts-- from taxes, fines, rentals of city property-- are used for "Lighting and watching the city": 718 lamps are lighted under specific schedules, at enumerated costs; 23 watchmen, whose "routes, and the times of crying the hour are prescribed to them by the Commissioners." Funds are used for "Paving and repairing old pavements." The work involved, with its costs, is enumerated. "Cleaning the streets" is also a municipal function, "so essential to the health of the citizens." The city must clean the "filth" and "manure," costing "the city annually a considerable sum." The 300 "public pumps and wells," and the need for more of them, require maintenance and planning. Various properties owned by the City are let to private parties in exchange for rent. These include market stalls, wharves, the Schuylkill ferry and bridge, the Potter's-field. Procedures for determining and recording city receipts and expenses are delineated. Two tables, at pages 18 and 19, print the City's receipts and expenses for June 1789 through each subsequent year. An analysis of City property appears at pages 20-24, and is signed in type at the end by George Roberts and Samuel Mickle Fox. Evans 30996. ESTC w6143 [4- AAS, JCB, Lib. Co. U Penn.].


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    THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF HOLLIDAYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA 1788 - 1988 by Burns, Linda; Clapper, Eleanor (editors)

    Privately Printed. Good. 1988. Hardcover. Spine tips and corners worn. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 64 pages .


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    JOHN M. CROSLAND'S RECORD OF 1866. AND LET EVERY DEMOCRAT REMEMBER - THAT OF ALL THE WORTHY MEN BEFORE THE PEOPLE FOR ASSEMBLY, AT THIS TIME, CROSLAND IS THE ONLY CANDIDATE THAT PRESENTS HIS PAST RECORD AS A LEGISLATOR FOR THOROUGH EXAMINATION, OR THAT HAS GIVEN ANY PLEDGES FOR HIS FUTURE COURSE, IF HE BE ELECTED! by Crosland, John M

    [Pottsville?, 1867. Folio broadside, 7 3/4" x 12 3/8". Twenty two lines in the top section followed by three columns, each with almost 100 lines of text. A few fox spots, lightly toned, Very Good. We do not locate any record of this rare campaign broadside. It presents Crosland's positions on a variety of issues, and praises his work as State Representative. He seeks the endorsement of "Fellow-Democrats" in the upcoming election. Crosland was the guiding hand behind legislation protecting miners and laborers. He promises to advocate their interests, will oppose class legislation and oppressive special privileges, and "crazy theories of new-fangled Courts, and License Laws." He defends his Democratic Party against Republican charges of disloyalty during the Civil War. Crosland [1810-1892] was called "one of the best known citizens of Pottsville" in his obituary in the Miners' Journal. He settled in Pottsville soon after the Schuylkill canal opened in 1825, engaged in boat building, was proprietor of the Anthracite Gazette and Schuylkill County Advocate, and Justice of the Peace. He served one term in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in 1866. He ran as an independent candidate for Congress around 1880 but lost the election. He was one of the oldest Odd Fellows in the United States. "Song of the Union by a Pennsylvanian" in 1860 and dedicated the piece to President Buchanan. [MINERS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1892, p.1].


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    TO HIS EXCELLENCY THOMAS MIFFLIN ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA. THE PETITION OF JOHN HYTON OF STRASBURG TOWNSHIP IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER. HUMBLY SHEWETH... YOUR PETITIONER'S WIFE HATH BEEN FOUND GUILTY OF HORSE STEALING AND SENTENCED TO ONE MONTHS IMPRISONMENT AND TO PAY A FINE OF SIXTY DOLLARS FOR THE USE OF THE STATE. THAT YOUR PETITIONER IS VERY POOR AND IN DISTRESSING CIRCUMSTANCES AND UNABLE TO PAY THE SAID FINE, HAVING ALSO THREE SMALL CHILDREN WHO DEPEND UPON YOUR PETITIONERS DAILY LABOUR FOR THEIR SCANTY SUBSISTENCE. YOUR PETITIONER THEREFORE HUMBLY PRAYS THAT YOUR EXCELLENCY TAKING HIS DEPLORABLE SITUATION INTO CONSIDERATION MAY BE PLEASED TO REMIT THE SAID FINE.. by Hyton, John

    [Lancaster, PA, 1797. [1], [2 blanks], [1- docket, with Governor Mifflin's signature approving the petition]. Manuscript petition, written in ink on a single page, with the names and signatures of ten townspeople endorsing the petition. One leaf. Old folds with a few short splits but Very Good. Elizabeth Hyton was convicted of horse stealing "on the last Monday of February Anno Domini 1797." Governor Mifflin pardoned her on March 27, 1797, when her one-month jail sentence expired. Fortunately for Elizabeth and her impoverished family, Pennsylvania did not consider horse theft a capital crime, unlike some States. In 1786 Pennsylvania became the first State to adopt discretionary terms of hard labor and imprisonment for felony offenses, and to delegate to judges rather than juries the authority to determine the sentence. "The frequency with which felons were pardoned may be surprising to those familiar with modern clemency practices. Pardon and benefit of clergy were alternative and ameliorative features of what was otherwise a horribly draconian penal system." King, 'The Origins of Felony Jury Sentencing in the U.S.' 78 Chicago-Kent Law Review No. 3, pages 937, 949 [2003] [noting the dramatic rise in pardons for horse-stealing in 18th century Virginia, when it was rendered a capital crime].


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    THE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATES FOR PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT. GRAND NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PRESS ONWARD by Currier, Nathaniel [James K. Polk]

    New York: Lith. & Pub. by N. Currier, 1844. Handcolored lithograph, 10" x 14". Light toning, brightly colored, Very Good. "In the center of the banner are the portraits of presidential candidate James K. Polk and vice presidential candidate George M. Dallas both surrounded by decorative oval borders. Above Polk's portrait within the border are the words 'Polk the Young Hickory.' Above the portrait of Dallas within the border are the words 'Dallas and Victory.' Centered above the portraits is an eagle holding the end of one of the decorative flags in its mouth. Below the portraits are ribbons with the words 'The people's candidates for president and vice-president.' The title and subtitle 'Grand National Democratic Banner: Press Onward' are in the lower margin along with the publisher's information" [Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection]. Reilly describes a variant of ours. In Reilly's, the campaign slogan 'Polk, The Young Hickory. Dallas and Victory' appears above the eagle. Reilly's copy prints the name of each candidate beneath his portrait; ours does not. Beneath the candidates' portraits, within the coiled ribbon, Reilly's copy prints "President and Vice-President." The portrait of Dallas in Reilly's copy is that of a white-haired man; ours is a more youthful Dallas. Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection 71.2009.081.1102. Reilly 1844-13 [reference].


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    OBJECTS OF INTEREST TO ENGINEERS AND OTHERS, IN AND ABOUT PHILADELPHIA by Engineers' Club Of Philadelphia

    Philadelphia: Engineers' Club of Philadelphia. Good. 1893. First Edition. Hardcover. All edges red. Both maps missing. Wear to spine tips and corners. Pages lightly tanned. ; 16mo 6" - 7" tall; 110 pages .


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    PROSPECTUS OF THE FREE CITIZEN, A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE by Gangewer, A[llen] M[atter]

    [Harrisburg, 1854. Broadside, 8" x 5". At head of title, "Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty". Signed in type at the end by A.W. Gangewer, and 'A.M.G.' Small space at bottom for subscriber names and their post offices. Docketed in ink on verso, "A.W. Gangewer | Harrisburg | Circular | July, 1854." Light bleedthrough, contemporary ink correction on recto. Very Good. Gangewer will "publish at the seat of government of Pennsylvania an Independent Democratic weekly newspaper under the above title." The Independent Democrats, whose leader was Salmon P. Chase of Ohio, broke with the National Democratic Party when the Pierce Administration and Senator Stephen A. Douglas sought passage of the Kansas-Nebraska Act, which opened those territories to slaveowning settlers. Situated north of the 1820 Missouri Compromise Line, those territories had previously prohibited slavery. 'The Free Citizen' would be devoted to "free thought, free speech, free conscience, free labor, and free men... We have been told that such a paper as we propose to print cannot live in the atmosphere of Harrisburg, that the politicians of Pennsylvania have so debauched her public sentiment as to crush out all regard for Justice, Humanity and the Rights of Man as proclaimed in the Declaration of Independence; but we do not believe this." Gangewer may have been forced to revise his optimistic opinion: we have located no record that The Free Citizen got off the ground. We have not found any other record of this Prospectus. Not located on OCLC or the online sites of AAS, Boston Athenaeum, NYPL, Harvard, Yale, Library of Congress, or John Carter Brown Library as of August 2018. Not in LCP.


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    PHILADELPHIA IN THE ROMANTIC AGE OF LITHOGRAPHY by Wainwright, Nicholas B

    Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1958. First Edition. Hardcover. DJ flap laid in. Bookplate to the inside front cover, name crossed out in black marker. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 261 pages; Extra postage required for priority and international shipping. .


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    NATIONAL COLD WATER ARMY. HEALTH - PEACE - COMPETENCE. PLEDGE. THIS CERTIFIES, THAT [----] HAS SUBSCRIBED TO THE ABOVE PLEDGE, AND IS ENROLLED AS A MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL COLD WATER ARMY. ASA FITZ, SEC'Y. THOMAS ORR, PRES'T by National Cold Water Army

    [Philadelphia]: Published at the Temperance Office, No. 3 North Eighth Street, 1842. Certificate, oblong 8-3/4" x 5-1/2". Ornately printed in gilt on black glazed stock, with elaborate bank-note border. Subscriber's name is blank. Faded in a few spots but always visible, Very Good. The 'Cold Water Army' was a juvenile temperance organization, founded in the belief that its message was best directed at children, who were more likely to follow it when they became adults. The 'Pledge' begins: "Here, Lord! I pledge perpetual hate/ To all that can intoxicate;/ I'll never use the filthy weed,/ Then from its evils I'll be freed..." Asa Fitz, Secretary of this Philadelphia branch, was a writer on temperance subjects and editor of the 'Cold Water Boy', a periodical published in Providence. This certificate was probably published at the same address as Fitz's Temperance Pictorial Songster [Philadelphia: Nathan Moore. 3 Carpenter's Buildings, North Eighth Street. 1843]. We do not locate this on OCLC as of August 2016.


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    THE LURE OF LANCASTER COUNTY by Lestz, Gerald S

    Science Press. Very Good-. 1987. Limited Edition. Hardcover. White paint along bottom cover edges and right edge of front cover. Bit of warp to the covers. ; Oblong 8vo 8" to 9" tall; 124 pages .


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    AN ANSWER TO THE JOINT COMMITTEE OF THE SELECT AND COMMON COUNCILS OF PHILADELPHIA, ON THE SUBJECT OF A PLAN FOR SUPPLYING THE CITY WITH WATER, &C by Latrobe, Benjamin Henry

    [Philadelphia, 1799. 7, [1 blank] pp. Folded folio leaf, untrimmed and uncut, separating along spine. Light wear, a short but closed margin tear [no loss]. Very Good. The pamphlet sets forth the great architect and engineer's plan for America's first city water supply, "stimulated by the epidemic of yellow fever a few years before...Work was begun in March 1799, with Latrobe as engineer, under a contract which guaranteed successful operation" [DAB]. This pamphlet, dated 2 March 1799, explains in detail how Latrobe would do it, by cutting a canal from the Schuylkill River terminating at the end of Chestnut Street, using pumps operating by steam engines, to an elevated reservoir on Center Square. With an 'Account of Steam Engines' at pages 5-7. FIRST EDITION. Evans 36086. Rink 2732 [6]. NAIP w006138 [9]. Not in Sabin, Eberstadt, Decker, Larned.


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    FROM STEEL TO SLOTS Casino Capitalism in the Postindustrial City by Taft, Chloe E

    Harvard University Press. As New in As New dust jacket. 2016. First Edition. Hardcover. 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 325 pages .


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    SONNTAGS-SCHULE AN DER BERGER KIRCHE./ KOMMEN ZU JESU./ JA WIR KOMMEN, LIEBER HEILAND. WIR FOLGEN DEINEM RUF.../ AUF ZIONS BERG.../ DAS SCHIFF DER GNADE... [Translated roughly to: SUNDAY SCHOOL AT THE BERGER CHURCH./ COME TO JESUS./ YES, WE COME, DEAR SAVIOUR. WE FOLLOW YOUR REPUTATION..../ ON MOUNT ZION.../ THE SHIP OF MERCY...] by [Pennsylvania German]

    [Reading, PA?], 1820. Broadside, 6" x 8.75", printed in two columns using different sizes of typesettings. Completely in German, three hymns, words only with no music. Lightly foxed. Good+. This rare broadside contains words to three hymns: "Kommen zu Jesu" [five stanzas with a varying chorus]; "Auf Zions Berg" [three stanzas with a chorus to be repeated]; "Das Schiff der Gnade" [four stanzas with a chorus to be repeated]. Berger Kirche was St. Joseph's Church in Pike Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. It was established in the 1740s. St. Joseph's was used by German Lutheran and German Reformed congregations; it was better known as Hill Church, or Berger Kirch [Berger coming from 'berg', the German word for 'hill']. The church was located in the eastern part of Pike Township on fifty acres of land claimed by Casper Grygler, George Ernest and Andrew Rodenheffer around 1740 for the purpose of building a school and church. [Croll, Rev. P.C.: THE PENNSYLVANIA-GERMAN, VOLUMES 3-4, 1902, pp.126-127.] Not located on OCLC or AAS online site as of October 2015, or in AI, Sabin, or anywhere else, despite a diligent search.


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    BULLETIN OF FRIENDS' HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION Volume 23 Number 2 Autumn 1934 by Friends' Historical Association

    Friends' Historical Association. Fair. 1934. Softcover. Contains: Enoch Flower, Anthony Benezet's Library and Dutch Quaker Peace-Makers. One inch split to bottom of spine. Tear to the spine in the middle. Bottom right front cover corner clipped off. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 52 pages .


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    SELECT ESSAYS: CONTAINING: THE MANNER OF RAISING AND DRESSING FLAX, AND HEMP. ALSO, THE WHOLE METHOD OF BLEACHING OR WHITENING LINEN-CLOTH. LIKEWISE, OBSERVATIONS ON THE MANAGEMENT OF COWS AND SHEEP...COLLECTED FROM THE DICTIONARY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES, AND FROM VARIOUS MODERN AUTHORS by [Agriculture and Trades]

    Philadelphia: Printed, by Robert Bell..., 1777. [6], 159, [1] pp, plus folding plate [outer blank corner torn]. Pages 97-104 misnumbered 79-86, as issued. Printed on pale blue paper. Lacking the half title, disbound with some loosening. Else Very Good. Several of these "Essays are translated from a Periodical Work, published at Paris, under the Title of Journal Oeconomique, the Translation being undertaken By Doctor Tobias Smollett, an Author of great Reputation..." This is the book's first edition, and the only printing recorded on OCLC. The title describes the subjects covered: cultivating, raising, and dressing flax and hemp; paper making; bleaching linen; "An account of the Nettle Thread;" "A remedy against Rottenness in Sheep"; protecting plants "from the ravages of the game and insects that feed upon them." FIRST EDITION. Evans 15597. Rink 1097. Sabin 78985. Hildeburn 3631. NAIP w003401 [9].


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    Wohlerfahrner Pferde-Arzt (German Edition) by Isaac Leib

    2012-08-15. Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!


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