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1 A GERM Of Severe Ethical Analysis, Pure Philosphy, And Inflexible Truth. The Corner Stone of PATRIOTISM, GOVERNMENT, and NATIONALITY, and THE ONLY PRACTICAL BASIS For Restored Peace
Danbury, Conn 1862 Wraps Very Good Theology Size: Approx. 5 1/4" x 8 1/2" 
Printed at the top of the front cover:" A CHRISTMAS OFFERING:With the Compliments of the Season. Robert F. Brower, M. D. Danbury, Conn." Laid in paper stating: "Written by a Conn. Doctor. He sent these tracts to every Legislature in State Govt." At the bottom of front cover. "a mustard seed", "a wheel within a wheel", "I" (Jehovah God in Man) " am The Vine" - the Illimitable Vine that shall encircle the whole Earth" 7 pp. Vertical crease down the center of the pamphlet, as if folded. Otherwise the covers are Very Good to Very Good+. Interior is tight, clean and Very Good+. 
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2 Scribner's Monthly, Volume 12 from May 1876 to Oct 1876
New York Scribner & Co 1876 Leather Good+ Bound Magazine Size: Approx. 6 3/4" x 9 1/2" Engravings 
Numerous articles by famous authors: John Burroughs; Ernest Ingersoll, Rebecca Harding Davis; Henry James, Jr; Edward Everett Hale; Bret Harte; Philip Bourke Marston; Fanny Hodgson Burnett; etc. Articles include: Portraiture of William Penn; The True Pocahontas; Bowdoin College; John Gutenberg, Old Landmarks in Philadelphia; How America was Named; Union College, N.Y.; Charlotte Cushman; The Story of the Signing (Declaration of Independence); Harvard University; Wesleylan University, Conn; Oliver Madox Brown; Niagara; Insanity and its Treatment; Notes on Salmon Fishing; Massachusetts Agricultural College; John Chinaman in San Francisco by Thomas J. Vivian; Gabriel Conroy, by Bret Harte (Conclusion: Chapters XXXIII-LVI); That Lass O'Lowrie's by Fanny Hodgson Burnett,(Chapters I-VIII) Bride of the Rhine, by George E. Waring, Jr.; Philip Nolan's Friends by Edward Everett Hale (Chapters XII-XXXIII). 916 pp. Profusely illustrated. 3/4 leather covers with gilt lettering/decor on the spine. Edges /spine joints rubbed. Overall covers are Good. Watermark on top page edge which shows on top margin of text from pp. 481 to end. Never on text. Otherwise interior is tight, clean and Very Good. Historical stories of the times. 
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3 Andrew, Evangeline Walker (editor) THE HENRY WHITFIELD HOUSE, 1639, The Commemorative Exercises Held atGuilford, Connecticut, October 20, 1937, Upon The Restoration of "The Old Stone House"
Guilford, CT Henry Whitfield State Historical Museum, Cloth Good Connecticut Size: Approx. 6 " x 9 1/2" Signed
Gift inscription on front free endpaper by Charles and Evangeline Andrews: "To John and Lisa with all the love of their fond parents, Charles and Evangeline Andrews. July 1938." Mild soiling to covers. Fading to borders and spine. Spotty along borders, fading? or foxing? otherwise exterior is Good. Interior is tight, clean and VG+. Frontisp. sketch of "House". pp.48 pp. 
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4 Congress Memorial Addresses on the Life and Character of Charles A. Russell (Late a Representative from Connecticut )
Washington Government Printing Office 1903 Paperbound Very Good Connecticut Size: Approx. 6 3/4" x 10 1/4" 
Delivered in the House of Representatives and Senate, Fifty-Seventh Congress. Second Session. Document No. 465. Addresses from Representatives of Connecticut: Mr.Brandegee, Mr. Sperry, Mr. Hill, Mr Henry and Mr. Platt. Addresses from Representatives of Rhode Island: Mr.Capron and Mr. Aldrich. Addresses from Representatives of New York:Mr. Payne and Mr. McClellan. Addresses from Representatives of Massachusetts:Mr. McCall, and Mr. Lodge. Others who spoke: Mr. Dalzell, Pennsylvania; Mr. Grosvenor, Ohio; Mr. Stark, Nebraska; Mr. Babcock, Wisconsin; Mr.Frye, Maine; Mr. Jones, Arkansas; Mr. Kean, New Jersey and Mr. Burrows, Michigan .Frontis. engraved portrait of Hon. Charles A. Russell protected with tissue guard. 72 pp. Disbound. Document is Very Good. Interior is tight, clean and VG+ 
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5 Dudley, Rev. John L. DISCOURSE ON THE DEATH OF GEN. JOSEPH K. F. MANSFIELD, PREACHED IN THE SOUTH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, MIDDLETOWN, ON SABBATH EVENING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1862.
Middleton, Conn. D. Barnes 1862 Paper Cover Good+ Sermon Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 9" 
"Note: The following sermon was written as a spontaneous tribute to the memory of a noble man, speaking of him as he seemed to the writer. Aside from this, it had no purpose. Friends of the distinguished and lamented soldier have asked that the discourse be printed: it is therefore printed." 31 pp. Brown paper covers. Cover edges and corners are chipped and creased, covers are dirty, joints are torn, spine ends are ripped and torn. Front cover starting to separate from rest of document. Interior clean, no marks. Document in Good+ condition. 
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6 Dudley, William Russell PHYLLOSPADIX, ITS SYSTEMATIC CHARACTERS AND DISTRIBUTION.
1894 Wraps Very Good Botany Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 9 1/4" Signed by Author
Extracted from Zoe, Vol.IV, No. 4, issued February 26, 1894. pp.381-385. Signed by author on front cover "Compliments of W.R. Dudley". "The genus Phyllospadix, Hook., was founded on plants collected by Dr. Scouler, at Dundas Id., Columbia River...In making a critical biological study of the genus, its morophology and anatomy, during the past year, for the purpose of ascertaining its relationship to Zostera, and the possible causes, under the peculiar climatic conditions of this Coast, of its evolution as a genus, I came upon certain important structural characters which had remained undescribed, and was enabled to clear away some existing misapprehensions." ex-mus. stamp on cover. Faded around edges otherwise Very Good+. Interior is tight, clean and VG+. 
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7 Dudley, William Russell THE GENUS PHYLLOSPADIX
Ithaca, N.Y. 1893 Wraps Very Good Botany Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 9 1/4" Signed by Author
Reprinted from The Wilder Quarter-Century Book. pp.403-418. Signed by author on front cover "Compliments of W.R. Dudley". "Phyllospadix belongs to a group of plants-the Sea Grasses, remarkable in their morphological characters, their habitat, and the probable antiquity of the types constituting them. The genera are few in number, variously reckoned from seven to ten, embracing less than thirty known species, and including all the flowering plants whose habitat is wholly marine." 2 plates with explanation. Author was Professor of Botany at Leland Stanford Junior University. ex-mus. stamp and numbers on cover. Faded around edges otherwise Very Good+. Interior is tight, clean and VG+. 
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8 Fredin, Reynold A. CAUSES OF FLUCTUATIONS IN ABUNDANCE OF CONNECTICUT RIVER SHAD
Washington Government Printing Office 1954 Wraps Very Good - Fisheries Size: Approx. 7 3/4" x 10 1/4" Figures 
Fishery Bulletin 88. Volume 54. United States Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service. Pages 247-258. Unopened document in paper wraps. Light creases, dirt smudges, and some fading to covers. Interior appears to be tight and clean (unable to fully examine due to document being sealed). VG- condition. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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9 Gutsell, J.S. OYSTER-CULTURAL PROBLEMS OF CONNECTICUT
Washington Government Printing Office 1924 Wraps Good Oysters Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 9 1/4" 
Bureau of Fisheries Document No. 960. Appendix X to the Report for the U.S. Commissioner of Fisheries for 1923. ex-mus. stamp on front wrap and first page(also numbers "74486") 10 pp. 2 figures. No tears. Wraps mildly soiled and creased. Interior clean. 
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10 House of Representatives BREAKWATER IN DELAWARE BAY
Washington Government Printing Office 1828 Paperbound Good+ U.S. Government Document Size: Approx. 5 1/2" x 8 3/4" 
20th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives, Rep. No. 118. January 30, 1828. "The Committee on Commerce, to which was referred, the resolution of the 24th of December last, directing them to inquire into the expenditure of erecting a breakwater, or artificial harbor, at the mouth of the Delaware Bay, together with certain memorials received from the Chamber of Commerce in Philadelphia, the cities of New York and Boston, Wilmington, Delaware, New Haven and Hartford, Connecticut, and Portsmouth, New Hampshire, report:..." 8 pp. Disbound government document. Residue from book, chipping, small holes along spine edge. Browning and foxing to pages. Text easily legible. Document in Good+ condition. 
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11 House of Representatives PUBLIC BUILDING AT WATERBURY, CONN
Washington Government Printing Office 1890 Paperbound Very Good Connecticut Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 9" 
51st Congress, 1st Session. Report No. 1151. Two page report from The Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds for a new Post Office. Gives statistics of the town, "Waterbury is a city of over 30,000 inhabitants and has had a steady, rapid, but healthful growth..." Disbound. Brownish tone due to age, otherwise VG. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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12 Lohmann, Carl A. (Edited by) HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1910 YALE COLLEGE: Fortieth Year Record
New Haven 1950 Cloth Good Connecticut Size: Approx. 6 1/4" x 9" Photographs 
205 pp. Covers dull. Mildly soiled. Spine faded, lettering unlegible. Overall covers are Good. Front endpapers with 3" line stain?, goes through slightly to a few pages-very mild-no interference with text. Otherwise interior is tight, clean and VG+. Photographs. 
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13 Nott, Samuel A SERMON, PREACHED AT HARTFORD, IN CONNECTICUT, ON THE GENERAL ELECTION. May 11th, 1809
Hartford Hudson and Goodwin 1809 Wraps Good Sermon Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 8 3/4" 
Pastor of the Church in Franklin. "Prayer, Eminently The Duty of Rulers, in The Times of Trial; And The Nation Happy, Whose God Is The Lord". Words written on title page. On verso of title page: "At a General Assembly of the State of Connecticut, holden at Hartford, on the second Thursday of May, A.D. 1809--Ordered, that the Honorable Matthew Griswold, and Eleazer Tracy, Esq. present the thanks of this Assembly, to the Reverend SAMUEL NOTT, for his Sermon, delivered at the annual election, on the 11th inst. and request a Copy of the same, that it may be printed." 36 pp. Original paper covers. String-tied. Brownish tone due to age? Back cover's bottom edge chipped. Covers Good. Pages 5-6 with mild watermark in margin and around text. No interference with text. Otherwise interior clean, tight and Very Good. Some pages mildly chipped at edges. Born in Franklin, September 11th 1788. Died, in Hartford Ct, June 1st 1869,at 81 years old. Rev. Nott was the last of the band of five missionaries sent to India by the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, in 1812. 
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14 Senate REPORT FROM THE SECRETARY OF WAR, COMMUNICATING, IN COMPLIANCE WITH A RESOLUTION OF THE SENATE, A REPORT UPON THE SUBJECT OF AN IRON PILE-LIGHT FOR BARTLETT'S REEF IN LONG ISLAND SOUND
Washington Thomas Allen, Print 1843 Paperbound Good+ U.S. Government Document Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 9" Fold Out Sketch 
27th Congress, 3d Session, Senate, Doc. No. 132. January 30, 1843. Laid on the table, and motion to print referred to the Committee on Printing. February 9, 1843. Ordered to be printed. 4 pp. Disbound government document. Fold-out b/w sketch measuring approx. 14" x 17" depicting an iron-pile light for Bartlett's Reef, Long Island Sound. Sketch is browning and has some minor chipping along edges, creases and corners have no tears. Spine edge is creased with chipping and tears, paper edges are browning with some wear and minor chipping, some foxing spots, text is easily legible. Document in Good-Good+ condition. 
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15 Slafter, Rev. Edmund F. DISCOURSE DELIVERED BEFORE THE NEW-ENGLAND HISTORIC, GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, BOSTON, MARCH 18, 1870
Boston New-England Historic, Genealogical Society 1870 Cloth Good+ to Very Good- Genealogy Size: Approx. 6 1/4" x 10 
ON THE OCCASION OF THE TWENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY OF ITS INCORPORATION: With Proceedings and Appendix. 59 pp. including Appendix with Life-Members of the Society, to June, 1870. Gilt lettering on front cover. Corner tips rubbed to boards. Spine ends fraying with small tears. Otherwise covers are Very Good. Front hinge beginning to tear. Otherwise interior is tight, clean and VG+. 
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