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Topographical, Moral, & Physiological;} Made in a Journey Through Part of the Low-Countries,...
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Ray, John: Observations Topographical, Moral, & Physiological;} Made in a Journey Through Part of the Low-Countries, Germany, Italy, and France: with A Catalogue of Plants not Native of England, found Spontaneously growing in those Parts, and their Virtues by John Ray, Fellow of the Royal Society. London: Printed for John Martyn, Printer to the Royal Society, at the Bell in St. Paul's Church-yard, and 1673 plus: Catalogus Stirpium in Exteris Regionibus A nobis Observatarum, Quae vel non omnino vel parce admodum in Anglia Sponte proveniut. London: Typis Andreae Clark, Impensis J. Martyn, Regalis Societatis Typographi, apud quem prostant ad insigne Campanae in Caemeter io Divi Pauli. M DC LXXIII (1673)
London: printed for John Martyn, 1673. 8vo, (xvi), 499, (1); (viii), 115 pp., separate title to second part, engraved portrait and three plates (two folding), contemporary calf, ends of spine worn. The rare book is boxed in a cloth green paper box for protection; from the library of George & Laura Gifford… Read more
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A Sermon, Delivered at York, October 10, 1798, at the Ordination of the Rev. Rosewell Messinger,...
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A Sermon, Delivered at York, October 10, 1798, at the Ordination of the Rev. Rosewell Messinger, to the Pastoral Charge of the First Church as Colleague Pastor with the Rev. Isaac Lyman by Ezra Ripley, A. M. Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Concord

by Ripley, Ezra

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A rare publication: OCLC shows no copies and only 11 publications by Charles Pierce of Portsmouth, New Hampshire. A Rare Publication. A Sermon, Delivered at York, October 10, 1798, at the Ordination of the Rev. Rosewell Messinger, to the Pastoral Charge of the First Church as Colleague Pastor with the Rev. Isaac Lyman by Ezra Ripley, A. M. Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Concord, (Massa.) "Be therefore wise as serpents and harmless as doves." Portsmouth, New-Hampshire: Printed by Charles Peirce, at the Oracle-Press, No. 5. Daniel-Street. -1798. 8vo 24 pages.

Ezra Ripley was the minister of the First Parish in Concord, Massachusetts; chief citizen of the town; step-grandfather of Ralph Waldo Emerson; cofounder in Concord of America's first lyceum. Ordained a Trinitarian Calvinist, he became a Unitarian. He was also witness to the events of the day and wrote a recount of the 'shot heard round the world'. He ministered to his flock throughout the revolutionary war and could be said to be an… Read more
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Reflections of Color
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Reflections of Color

by Roether, Susan

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Roether, Susan; Reflections on Color; San Francisco: Black Stone Press, 1982. 50 pp. with colour decorations and title page. Designed by Shelley Hoyt-Koch and Susan Roether, printed by Shelley Hoyt-Koch and Peter Koch at the Black Stone Press, no. 165 of 170 copies. Personal thoughts on colors and their names. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Original Wraps with original red cloth covered protector. Near Fine/Near Fine. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.
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ADDENDA TO THE BIBLIOTHECA AMERICANA, A CATALOGUE OF AMERICAN PUBLICATIONS (REPRINTS AND ORIGINAL...
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ADDENDA TO THE BIBLIOTHECA AMERICANA, A CATALOGUE OF AMERICAN PUBLICATIONS (REPRINTS AND ORIGINAL WORKS,) FROM MAY, 1855, TO MARCH, 1858.

by Roorbach, Orville A.

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Hard to find bibliography of early Americana
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Roorbach, Orville A. ADDENDA TO THE BIBLIOTHECA AMERICANA, A CATALOGUE OF AMERICAN PUBLICATIONS (REPRINTS AND ORIGINAL WORKS,) FROM MAY, 1855, TO MARCH, 1858. New York, NY: Wiley & Halsted, 1858. 8vo. cloth, title gilt-stamped on spine. viii, 256, 8 pages. A list of works published in the U.S., including price and publisher. Arranged alphabetically. Lists of abbreviations and publishers. List of other works by the publisher. Ex-library. Title page stained. Tanning. Boards scuffed, especially at edges, spine torn with loss at head and heel. Staining on back board, foxing throughout but light. Has bookplate of Princeton University and mr. Alexander Rowland and also Malcolm Stearns, Jr.
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Pencil Sketch Christmas 1854 by Fanny Ruschenberger
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Pencil Sketch Christmas 1854 by Fanny Ruschenberger

by Ruschenberger, Fanny

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A fine pencil sketch by diarist Fanny Ruschenberger of Christmas
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This is an outstanding pencil drawing of a young Fanny Ruschenberger that not only had a fine pen writing hand at the age of 10 but also had the budding artist's eye. The figure of the man, smoking a pipe and looking out at the harbor at the sail boat was her father. The work is simply stunning. Fanny Ruschenberger born May 27, 1844 died March 3, 1883. She wrote six diaries. The manuscript diary of Fanny Ruschenberger 1858-1881 is located at the University of Pennsylvania. Fanny Ruschenberger of Philadelphia was the daughter of a prominent Philadelphia physician, William Samuel Ruschenberger (1807-1895); she was an unmarried sewing teacher. Volume 1 of her diaries is a copybook record of church attendance, family visits and activities, social and cultural events, local and regional trips, and her teaching experience. Her diary and works are considered to be an important window into the social lives of the times. Dr. William Samuel Waithman Ruschenberger (4 September 1807 in Cumberland County, New… Read more
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