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1. A Carlson, Eric Josef. Marriage and the English Reformation. Wiley-Blackwell, 1994. 304 pages. The top right corner is bumped and there is a small rubbed spot to the bottom of the spine. The dust jacket has some wear to the edges and small tears at the edge of the front flap. Ihe text is clean and free from marking. A solid copy of this rare title. $255.00

2. Alcock, R.C. THE ALPHABETS OF THE BRITISH LINE ENGRAVED STAMPS. Bristol, England: Harvey Barton & Son Ltd. , 1936. 80 pages. Some discoloration and slight soiling to the light grey cloth binding. Corners are slightly bumped. The binding is tight. There are 45 fold-out plates protected by tissue guards. All plates are present and in very good condition. A rare and important British philatelic book. This one just does not show up very often. $250.00

3. Barney, Elvira Stevens. The Stevens Genealogy: Embracing Branches of the Family Descended From Puritan Ancestry. Salt Lake City: Skelton Publishing Co., 1907. 319 pages. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. A clean and tight copy. $48.00

4. Berry, William. ENCYCLOPEDIA HERALDICA, OR COMPLETE DICTIONARY OF HERALDRY. Set of three volumes. London: Sherwood, Gilbert and Piper, 1828. Set of three volumes. The volumes are rebound in brown buckram. Volumes I and II are an alphabetical dictionary of thousands of heraldry terms. Volume III is a plate volume, with hundreds of illustrations of coat-of-arms. A fabulous early heraldry set. $450.00

5. Bolles, Simeon. The Early History of the Town of Bethlehem, New Hampshire. Woodsville, New Hampshire: Enterprise Printing House, 1883. 1st Edition. 108 pages. 1883 first edition. Small tan printed wrappers. There are some chips missing from the edges of the wrapper. There are also a couple of tears to the covers and some soiling on the back wrapper. The text block is sound and the pages are clean. Some of the pages have slight dog-earring to the upper right corners, mostly near the front of the book. $45.00

6. Boston & Appleton. Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages and Deaths, 1630-1699, and Boston Births, 1700-1800. Clearfield, 2009. 676 pages. Light blue softbound covers show some wear to the spine edges and corners. A clean and tight copy with no underlining. $28.95

7. Brand, Vanessa. The Study of the Past in the Victorian Age. Oxbow Books, 1998. 176 pages. Glossy softbound covers in near very good condition. $99.50

8. Briggs, Asa. Victorian Trilogy: Victorian Cities,Things, People. Folio Society three-volume boxed set. FOLIO SOCIETY, 1996. Three volume set in slipcase. The books are in fine condition. The slipcase has a splitat one of the top edges. $48.00

9. Browne, George Waldo. The History of Hillsborough New Hampshire, 1735-1921. Two Volume Set. John B Clarke, 1921. Complete set of two volumes. 1921 printings. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. A clean and tightly bound set. With numerous photographs and a foldout plan of the city of Hillsborough. This is not an e-book or a print-on-demand reprint, but the authentic first edition and is a historic artifact in its own right. $38.00

10. Burgess, Anthony. Coaching Days of England: Containing an Account of Whatever was Most Remarkable for Grandeur, Elegance and Curiosity. Paul Elek, 1966. Large blue-green cloth covers show wear and rubbing to the edges, with the corners rubbed through. One small tear to the cloth at the bottom of the front cover. A few small stains to the covers. The binding is tight. $29.50

11. Cannon, Donald Q. Regional Studies and Latter-Day Saint Church History: New England. Brigham Young University, 1988. Softbound covers show slight wear to the edges. $14.40

12. Chapman, F.W. The Trowbridge Family, or the Descendents of Thomas Trowbridge, One of the First Settlers of New Haven, Connecticut. New Haven, Connecticut: Punderson, Crisand & Co., Printers, 1872. 460 pages. 1872 edition. Rebound in green buckram. Some wear to the spine edges and corners. The text has three dozen or so pages with scattered underlining in ink. $55.00

13. Clanchy, M.T. A History of England: Early Medieval England. Folio Society, 2000. 452 pages. Very good condition. Slipcase has slight wear to edges. $13.95

14. Clark, Myrtle Bowen. Jones Genealogy: Being a Record of the Descendents of Hugh Jones of Salem, Mass., Emigrant from Wincanton, England, 1635-1931. [n.p.[: Privately printed, 1931. 224 pages. 1931 printing. Original green cloth covers. This copy has some water damage to the bottom edges of some of the pages. The front cover has residue from something being stuck onto the front cover, with paper still stuck on the front cover in quite a few places. The front cover is warped outward. The binding is tight and this is still of very serviceable copy. It just looks kind of ugly on the outside, but is priced accordingly. $12.50

15. Cutter, William Richard. New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial. A Record of the Achievements of Her People in the Making of Commonwealths and the Founding of the Nation. Complete set of 4 volumes. Boston: American Historical Society, 1916. Complete set of four volumes. Bound in red half leather, with leather spine and corners. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spines and corners. Corners are rubbed through and scuffed at the edges. The bindings are tight and the contents are clean and tightly bound. With numerous engraved portrait illustrations throughout all four volumes. A wonderful genealogical research set. Quite scarce. $175.00

16. Cutter, William Richard.. Encyclopedia of Massachusetts: Biographical - Genealogical. New York & Chicago, 1916. 397 pages. 1916 original edition. Bound in red half leather, with leather spine and corners. The front joint is splitting and there is some chipping and rubbing to the edges of the spine. The corners are worn and rubbed through. The binding is tight and the text is clean and tightly bound. This is not an e-book or a print-on-demand reprint, but the authentic first edition and is a historic artifact in its own right. $45.00

17. Cutter, William Richard-compiler. New England Families: Genealogical and Memorial; A Record of the Achievements of Her People in the Making of Commonwealths and the Founding of a Nation, Complete set of 4 Volumes. New York: Lewis Historical Pub. Co., 1914. Complete set of four volumes. Bound in red half leather, with leather spine and corners in red cloth over boards.Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to the spines and corners. Corners slightly bumped and rubbed. Some scuffing and slight discoloration to the leather at the edges of the joints and the extremities of the boards. One volume has the spine darkened quite a bit. Bindings are tight and overall this is a very nice set. With great genealogical information and numerous portrait illustrations. This is the classic work on New England families. $150.00

18. de L'Ecluse des Loges, Pierre Mathurin Sully, (Maximilian de Bethune). Memoirs of Maximilian de Bethune, Duke of Sully, Prime Minister to Henry the Great. Containing the History of the Life and Reign of That Monarch. Set of six volumes. London: J. Rivington & Sons-et al., 1778. 1778 fifth edition. Complete set of six volumes, all in the original leather bindings. The spines have gold bands and pattern-stamps decorations with black and red leather labels. Several of the leather labels are missing. The spine leather has darkened a bit and there is the expected wear and rubbing to the edges of the spine and corners. Corners are rubbed and slightly bumped, but not severely. All of the bindings are tight and the text blocks are square, with all contents complete. Overall a beautiful set. $245.00

19. Dixon, William Hepworth. Her Majesty's Tower. Set of 4 volumes.  London: Bickers & Son, 1885. 1885 printing. Set of four volumes complete. Green cloth covers. Some shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The bindings are tight and the pages are clean. Volume I has a small puncture to the cloth on the front cover. Numerous illustrations in each volume. A beautiful historical set of this classic work on the Tower of London and its history. $100.00

20. Dow, George Francis. The Arts and Crafts in New England, 1704-1775. The Wayside Press, 1927. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. Spine has a few discolored and faded spots. $20.00

21. Drake, Samuel Gardner. Result of Some Researches among the British Archives for Information Relative to the Founders of New England, Made in Years 1858, 1859, and 1860. ... register, and now corrected and enlarge Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1963. 132 pages. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. No underlining. $20.00

22. Draper, Warwick. Chiswick. With illustrations and maps. London: P. Allan, 1923. 236 pages. Green paper over board covers with tan cloth spine and black leather label. There is wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners, with the corners rubbed through on the front cover. There is some soiling to the covers and slight discoloration. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. Beautifully illustrated throughout. A scarce title. $25.00

23. Drummond, Josiah H. Henry Andrews of Taunton And the Calves Pasture. David Clapp & Son, 1897. 23 pages. Paper covers show Browning to the edges and some soiling. A few small chips to the edges. The text is complete. Includes illustrations. $25.00

24. Eastman. John R. History of the Town of Andover, New Hampshire. 1751-1906. In Two Parts. Part I-Narrative; Part II-Genealogies. Complete in one volume. Concord, New Hampshire: Rumford Printing Company, 1910. 450 pages. Hardbound 1910 first edition. Very light wear to the edges of the spine and corners. A beautiful, clean, square and bright copy. Overall in very good condition. With folding map inside the back cover, two black-and-white fold-out photographs, and other historical photographs.  $75.00

25. Federal Writer's Project WPA. A Brief History of the Towne of Sudbury in Massachusetts 1639-1939. Sudbury Historical Society, . 69 pages. Softbound covers show some Browning to the edges and light soiling. $7.00

26. Flagg, Ernest. Genealogical Notes on the Founding of New England: My Ancestors Part in that Undertaking. Hartford, Connecticut: Case, Lockwood, & Brainard, 1926. 440 pages. Signed by the author on the title page. 1926 first edition, limited to 300 copies. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Slight fading to the red cloth spine. The inside top edge of the pages have a dampstain, which is larger on some pages than others, but at its peak measures nor more than 3 inches in either direction. A few pages have the dampstain along the inside margin of the page near the top. Overall a solid copy of this rare limited edition.  $49.95

27. Fleet Sales Service Limited. THE SALES MANAGER'S MAP OF GREAT BRITAIN. London: Fleet Sales Service Limited, 1929. This is a large linen map bound inside of accordion-folding hardback front and back covers. The map folds out to measure about 48 inches tall by 39 inches wide. The former owner has written the numbers 1 through 10 in large blue pencil, dividing the map into different regions and areas, probably for sales responsibilities. A most interesting item. The map is in near very good condition. It is a large and clear map, and has alphabetical lists of cities, with a populations and locations on this Great Britain map. $125.00

28. Foster, F. Arthorp. Vital Records of Stow Massachusetts to 1850. Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1911. 270 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Some soiling at the top of the spine, with a small tear to the cloth at the headcap. There is a spill stain across the bottom portions of about two thirds of the pages, larger the front and tapering off as the book goes along. $18.00

29. Franklin P. Rice. Vital Records of Princeton, Massachusetts, To the end of the year 1849. Worcester, Massachusetts: Franklin P. Rice, 1902. 195 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Some soiling to the binding. The text has a couple of pages with underlining. $16.50

30. Gardner, David E. A GENEALOGICAL ATLAS OF ENGLAND AND WALES. Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, 1964. 88 pages. Slight shelf wear to spine and corners. $6.95

31. Geographia Ltd. GEOGRAPHIA MAP OF 20 MILES ROUND LONDON. Arterial Roads and By-Passes Prominently Indicated. London: Geographia Ltd, 1944. Softcover binding. There is a spill stain to the bottom edges of the front and back covers. This publication contains a large fold-out color linen map. The map is in very good condition. No date of publication is listed, but it appears to be mid 1940's. It came from the estate of an Army Air Corps WWII veteran, with his name and unit information on the front cover. $45.00

32. George Tolman, Samuel Hoar. Concord Massachusetts Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1635-1850. Concord, Massachusetts: The Town of Concord, 1893. 496 pages. Original Brown cloth covers. There is light wear to the spine edges. The corners are bumped slightly. The binding is clean and the pages are tight. A beautiful copy, overall in near very good condition. This is not an e-book or a print-on-demand reprint, but the authentic first edition and is a historic artifact in its own right. $95.00

33. Gladden, Sanford Charles. Ancestry of Dr. Jonathan Fay Gay of Framingham, Massachusetts. Boulder, Colorado: Empire Reproduction and Print. Co., 1969. 49 pages. 1969 printing. Softbound covers with staple binding. Slight wear to the edges of the countries. A clean and tight copy. $25.00

34. Goldsmith, Oliver. THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND, FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES, TO THE DEATH OF GEORGE THE SECOND. Complete set of 3 volumes. London: C.J.G. & F. Rivington-et al., 1831. Three volume set complete. 1831 printing. Bound in dark brown cloth bindings. There is shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and the corners. Corners are bumped. The bindings are tight. Overall a nice set. $75.00

35. Grant, James. Every Day Life in London. Two volume set. Lea & Blachard, 1839. 1839 edition complete in two volumes. Original brown cloth covers show some wear to the spine edges and corners. The spine is faded, as are the edges of the covers on the two volumes. Older ex-library marks on the spine and 19th-century library bookplate inside the front cover. The bindings are tight. $33.00

36. Guerin, Michael. Lartigue,Listowel and Ballybunion Railway: World's Most Unique Monorailway and Its People,1888 to the Present Day. Lartigue Centenary Cttee., 1988. 120 pages. Glossy softbound covers. Light shelf wear to the edges of the covers. No underlining.  $30.00

37. Herbert, Agnes & Donald Maxwell. The Isle of Man: Described by Agnes Herbert. John Lane Company, 1909. 270 pages. Illustrated front cover. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped.  $88.00

38. Hill, Don Gleason. The Record of Births, Marriages and Deaths, and Intentions of Marriage, in the Town of Dedham. Volumes I & II-1635-1845. Dedham, Massachusetts: Town of Dedham, 1886. 286 pages. 1886 printing. Black cloth covers. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Forners slightly bumped.  This is not an e-book or a print-on-demand reprint, but the authentic first edition and is a historic artifact in its own right. A few of the text pages have scattered underlining in pencil. Not heavy. $48.00

39. Hill, Don Gleason. An Alphabetical Abstract of the Record of Marriages, in the Town of Dedham, Massachusetts, 1844-1890. Dedham, Massachusetts: The Dedham Transcript, 1894. 165 pages. 1894 printing. Bound in original half leather binding, with black leather spine and corners and marbled paper over board covers. There is quite a bit of wear to the edges of the spine and corners, with the corners bumped and rubbed through. The edges of the boards are also worn through in places. A few small chips to the leather at the top and the bottom of the spine. The front cover is starting to split and loosen at the joint, but it is still attached securely. $28.50

40. Hodgman, Edwin R. History of the Town of Westford in the County of Middlesex, Massachusetts, 1659-1883. Lowell, Massachusetts: Westford Town History Assn., 1883. 494 pages. 1883 first edition. Original cloth binding shows shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. There are some faded and scuffed spots to the spine and covers. The binding is tight. This is not an e-book or a print-on-demand reprint, but the authentic first edition and is a historic artifact in its own right. $45.00

41. Holland, Clive. Tyrol and its People. London: Metheun & Company, 1909. 336 pages. Olive-green cloth covers. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Some soiling and slight fading to the cover. With numerous photographic illustrations. $20.00

42. Hyde, James Wilson. THE ROYAL MAIL: IT'S CURIOSITIES AND ROMANCE. Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1885. 391 pages. Shelf wear to binding and some soiling to the binding. Corners slightly bumped. Jext block is starting to crack in the middle, but not serious. Binding slightly cocked. Nice pictorial front cover. $20.00

43. Jackson, Francis. History of the Early Settlement of Newton. Boston: Stacy and Richardson, 1854. 555 pages. 1854 printing. Original black cloth binding. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. The pages are clean and tightly bound.This is not an e-book or a print-on-demand reprint, but the authentic first edition and is a historic artifact in its own right. $19.95

44. James Whitmore. STINCHCOMBE HILL, FROM WHICH CAN BE SEEN THIRTEEN COUNTIES. Dursley, England: James Whitmore, 1882. 16 pages. Small softcover covers. Light wear. This is a guide book for the Stinchcombe Hill area in England. $35.00

45. John Bartholomew & Son. BARTHOLOMEW'S REVISED "HALF-INCH" CONTOURED MAPS. England Sheet 30. SURREY. Edinburg & London: John Bartholomew & Son, . This is an accordion-folding map, mounted on cloth  backing. Very nice publication.  The map folds out to a very large color map of Surrey, England. There is some wear to the cloth edges of the map, but overall this is in very nice condition.  There is no date of publication listed, but it appears to be 1940's. $20.00

46. Jubilee Celebration Committee. ACCOUNT OF THE CELEBRATION OF THE JUBILEE OF UNIFORM INLAND PENNY POSTAGE. London: Simpkin, Marshall, & Company, 1891. 331 pages. Red cloth pictorial covers. There is fading and some discoloration to the edges of the boards. Shelf wear to the spine edges and the corners, with corners bumped. The binding is tight. A scarce philatelic publication. $20.00

47. Kingman, Bradford. History of North Bridgewater, Limited Colony, Massachusetts, from its First Settlement to the Present Time, with Family Registers. Boston: Privately Printed, 1866. 696 pages. Original black cloth covers show quite a bit of wear. There is a piece missing from the top of the spine cloth, about 2 inches, all the way across the top strip. There is also a smaller piece of the cloth missing from the bottom of the spine. A few other chips to the spine cloth. The binding is tight and the pages are clean and tightly bound. With numerous portraits and steel-engraved illustrations. $20.00

48. Lawrence, Robert Means. The Descendents of Major Samuel Lawrence of Groton, Massachusetts. With Some Mention of Allied Families. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Riverside Press, 1904. 1st Edition. 344 pages. 1904 first edition. Blue cloth covers show some shelf wear to the edges of the spine and corners. The bottom corners are slightly bumped. The text block is clean and square and the pages are clean and tightly bound. Overall a beautiful copy. $88.00

49. Leonard, Levi W. & Josiah L. Seward. The History of Dublin, New Hampshire. Containing the Address by Charles Mason, and the Proceedings at the Centennial Celebration, June 17, 1852, with a Register of Families. Dublin, New Hampshire: The Town of Dublin, 1920. 1018 pages. 1920 edition. This copy is overall in near very good condition, with slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. The gold title on the spine is slightly dulled. The binding is tight and the pages are clean and tightly bound.This is not an e-book or a print-on-demand reprint, but the authentic first edition and is a historic artifact in its own right. $75.00

50. Lord, John King. A History of the Town of Hanover, New Hampshire. With an appendix on Hanover roads by Professor J. W. Goldthwait. Hanover, New Hampshire: The Dartmouth Press, 1928. 1st Edition. 339 pages. This is the original 1928 first edition. This copy is in beautiful condition, with only slight wear to the edges of the spine and corners. A clean and tight copy. With illustrations and a foldout map of the town of Hanover. This is not an e-book or a print-on-demand reprint, but the authentic first edition and is a historic artifact in its own right. $95.00

51. Macaulay, Thomas Babington . The History of England from the Accession of James II. Volumes 1 & 2 in Slipcase, Folio Society, 1987. Two volume set in slipcase. Light wear and a couple of faint rubbed spots to the edges of the spine. Slipcase shows slight wear.  $33.00

52. Mann, Herman. Historical Annals of Dedham, from Its Settlement in 1635 to 1847. Dedham, Massachusetts: Herman Mann, 1847. 136 pages. 1847 edition. Original Brown half leather binding, with leather spine and corners and marbled paper over boards. The front cover is detached, but present. There is wear to the edges of the spine and corners, with the corners bumped and rubbed through. The text block is tight and the pages are clean and tightly bound. With illustrations, including one of George Washington, with a facsimile signature underneath portrait. An early Massachusetts history. $65.00

53. Marshall, H.E. An Island Story: A Child's History of England, New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1910. 523 pages. Pictorial blue cloth covers, with illustrations on the front cover and spine. The spine edges and corners show some shelf wear, with the corners slightly bumped and slightly worn through. The hinges are tight and the text block is sound, with tightly bound and clean pages. Overall near very good condition. A beautiful copy of this well-written introductory history of England. Numerous color illustrated plates. This is the American edition, published circa 1910. $48.00

54. Martin, George Castor. Shaw, the Name, the Coats of Arms and Records of Various Families of the Name in Great Britain and the United States. Asbury Park, New Jersey: Martin & Allardyce, 1913. 27 pages. Softbound covers with string-tied binding. There is some soiling to the covers and a few small chips and creases to the edges, but overall this is an nice shape. The pages are clean and tightly bound. $45.00

55. Mitton, G.E. & Herbert M. Marshall. Beautiful Britain: the Scenery of London. Montreal & London: Cambridge Corporation, Limited, 1906. 222 pages. Bound in full pebbled black leather, with raised bands on the spine. There is shelf wear to the edges of the spine and the corners, with the corners slightly worn through. A few small scuffs to the spine. The back hinge is just starting to crack, but the covers are tight and the pages are clean and tightly bound. Numerous full-page color plates, with tissue guard protectors. This is the Royal Canadian Edition and is limited to 1000 copies, of which this is #24. $75.00

56. Morison, George Abbot. Nathaniel Morison and his descendants. Peterborough, New Hampshire: Peterborough Historical Society, 1951. 220 pages. Hardback edition. Signed by the author. Maroon cloth covers. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. $15.00

57. New England Hotels Publishing Corporation. Mixer's Motor Maps and Tours. New York: New England Hotels Publishing Corporation, 1925. Flexible brown covers. Wear and rubbing to the spine edges and covers. There is scuffing to the covers as well and the binding has a slight lean to it. Fading to the gold titles on the front cover and spine. The text block is starting to crack in the middle, but the pages are still tightly bound. Numerous maps.  $25.00

58. New England News Company. 150 GLIMPSES OF BOSTON AND HISTORICAL SURROUNDINGS REPRODUCED FROM THE LATEST PHOTOGRAPHS. Boston: New England News Company, 1915. Oblong softbound covers. There is slight soiling to the covers. A couple of creases to the front cover from the paper being bent. A few of the page edges have slight dog-earring and soiling.  With about 40 pages of black-and-quite photographs of scenes in and around Boston. $12.00

59. Phillmore, W.P.W.-editor. GLOUCESTERSHIRE PARISH REGISTERS. MARRIAGES. Volume 4. London: Phillimore and Company, 1988. 153 pages. This is volume 4. Some shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Front hinge starting to crack. Corners bumped. $25.00

60. Plummer, Albert. HISTORY OF THE FORTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT DURING THE CIVIL WAR. (Massachusetts) Boston: New England Druggist Publishing, 1907. 133 pages. 1907 first edition. Phelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Front hinge starting. Some soiling to covers. $115.00

61. Porter, Roy. A History of England: England in the Eighteenth Century. FOLIO SOCIETY, 1998. 528 pages. Very good condition. Slipcase has slight wear to edges. $9.25

62. Reed, Jonas. A History of Rutland, Worcester County, Massachusetts: From Its Earliest Settlement, with a Biography of Its First Settlers. Worcester, Massachusetts: Mirick & Bartlett, 1836. 1st Edition. 168 pages. 1836 first edition. Original Brown cloth over flexible board covers with red leather spine label. There are a few small chips to the spine and the corners are bumped. Some buckling to the cloth on the covers. The binding is tight. Scattered foxing, mostly light, to the edges of the pages. This is not an e-book or a print-on-demand reprint, but the authentic first edition and is a historic artifact in its own right. $125.00

63. Robinson, Robert H. VISITING SUSSEX, EVEN IF YOU LIVE HERE: AN AMERICAN REVOLUTION BICENTENNIAL PROJECT. [n.p.]: Private Printing, 1976. 101 pages. Spiral-bound softbound covers. Some wear. This is a good illustrated guide to Southern Delaware. $15.95

64. Rogers, Captain Woodes & Robert C. Leslie. Life Aboard a British Privateer in the Time of Queen Anne. Chapman & Hall, 1894. Signed by the author. 1889 first edition. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners lightly bumped. The binding is tight. $75.00

65. Spalding, J.A.-Compiler. Illustrated Popular Biography of Connecticut. Hartford, Connecticut: Case, Lockwood & Brainard, 1891 . 374 pages. 1891 printing. Original green cloth covers. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. The top and the bottom of the spine has some fraying to the cloth. The binding is tight and the pages are clean.  $15.00

66. Stearns, Ezra S. History of the Town of Rindge, New Hampshire: From the Date of the Rowley Canada or Massachusetts Charter, to the Present Time, 1736-1874. Boston: George H. Ellis, 1875. 788 pages. 1875 printing. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. There is some fading and discoloration to the spine and the edges of the covers. The binding is tight. This is not an e-book or a print-on-demand reprint, but the authentic first edition and is a historic artifact in its own right. $52.50

67. Stowe, J.M. History of the Town of Hubbardston, Worcester County, Massachusetts: From the Time its Territory was Purchased of the Indians in 1686, to the Present. Hubbardston, Massachusetts: Hubbardston Publishing Committee, 1881. 383 pages. Bound in full black leather with sound binding. There is a small split to the leather at the top of the spine where joins the back joint. There is some wear and rubbing to the edges of the spine and corners. Overall a clean and tightly bound copy. The text block has dampstaining to the edges of many of the pages. There is also a former owner's notes and underlining to several dozen pages in the book. This is not an e-book or a print-on-demand reprint, but the authentic first edition and is a historic artifact in its own right. $55.00

68. T. Cadell & W. Davies. Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Honourable Henry Home of Kames, One of the Senators of the College of Justice, and One of the Lords Commissioners of Justiciary in Scotland. Two volume set. London: T. Cadell and W. Davis, 1807. 1807 first edition. Set of two volumes. Both volumes are in the original marbled paper board covers. Both have been rebacked with replacement leather spine a beautiful workmanship with raised bands. The board edges and corners show some rubbing, with the corners bumped. The corners were also repaired with leather restoration. Some discoloration and darkening to the marbled paper and some rubbing to the covers. The bindings are tight and the pages are clean. This is the rare 1807 first edition. $750.00

69. Taylor, P.A.M. Expectations Westward: The Mormons and the Emigration of Their British Converts in the Nineteenth Century. Cornell University Press, 1966. Light wear to the binding. The dust jacket has a few small chips and tears to the edges. $45.00

70. Teele, A.K.-editor. The History of Milton, Massachusetts, 1640 to 1887. Boston: Privately Printed, 1887. 668 pages. 1887 first edition. Original black cloth covers with title in gold on the front cover and spine. Gold illustration of the seal of the town of Milton, Massachusetts on the front cover. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Binding is tight. With numerous portraits and a couple of fold-out maps. An excellent history. $120.00

71. Temple. J.H. History of Framingham. Massachusetts: Early Known As Danforth's Farms, 1640-1880, with a Genealogical Register. Framingham, Massachusetts: Town of Framingham, 1887. 794 pages. 1887 edition. Reound in maroon buckram. Slight browning to the page edges. A clean and tight copy. $28.00

72. The Empire Press. Norwich Floods, August 1912. N.p.: The Empire Press, 1912. Red softbound covers. The edges of the covers have some wear and creasing and slight chips. The covers and pages are creased in three pages vertically from being folded. A photographic viewbook of the catastrophic flooding in Norwich, England in August of 1912. $15.00

73. The New England Historic Genealogical Society. Vital Records of Chester, Massachusetts to the Year 1850. Stanhope Press, 1911. Tan cloth covers. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. Slight soiling to the covers. $24.95

74. Waite, Otis F. R. History of the Town of Claremont New Hampshire For a Period of 130 Years from 1764 to 1894. Manchester, New Hampshire: John B. Clarke Company, 1895. 540 pages. 1895 printing. Original brown cloth binding. Slight shelf wear to the spine and corners. A clean and tight copy in very nice condition.This is not an e-book or a print-on-demand reprint, but the authentic first edition and is a historic artifact in its own right. $84.50

75. Ward, Ned. The London Spy: The Vanities and Vices of the Town Exposed to View. Cassell & Co. Ltd., 1927. Shelf wear and rubbing to spine edges and corners. Corners lightly rubbed. The dust jacket has chips and tears to the edges, but is still quite presentable. $40.00

76. Watertown Historical Society. Watertown Records: Comprising the Third Book of Town Proceedings and the Second Book of Births, Marriages and Deaths to End of 1737. Also Plan and Register of Burials in Arlington Street Burying Ground Watertown, Massachusetts: Watertown Historical Society, 1900. 1900 printing. Original cloth covers show shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Corners are slightly rubbed through and bumped. Fhe pages are clean and tightly bound. There is a stain to the bottom edge of the text block. This is not an e-book or a print-on-demand reprint, but the authentic first edition and is a historic artifact in its own right. $45.00

77. Wellman, Thomas B. History of the Town of Lynnfield, Massachusetts, 1635-1895. Boston: Blanchard & Watts, 1895. 268 pages. 1895 edition. Original black cloth covers. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. There is some dampstaining to the top edges of the pages. A tight and square copy. $39.50

78. Wheeler, Henry M. Genealogy of Some of the Descendants Obadiah Wheeler of Concord, Thomas Thaxter of the Hingham. Worcester, Massachusetts: Franklin P. Rice, 1898. 74 pages. 1898 first edition. Softbound covers. There is quite a bit of wear to the paper covers. The spine is replaced with masking tape. There are some chips and tears to the edges of the covers. The back cover has a couple of pieces of the paper missing from the top and bottom. There is a spill stain across the top edges of most of the text pages, more pronounced near the front of the book.This is not an e-book or a print-on-demand reprint, but the authentic first edition and is a historic artifact in its own right. $29.50

79. Wight, Danforth Phipps. The Wight Family: Memoir of Thomas Wight, of Dedham, Massachusetts, with With Genealogical Notices of His Descendents, from 1637 to 1840. Boston: Press of T.R. Marvin, 1848. 1st Edition. 119 pages. 1848 first edition. Signed by the author. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. This is not an e-book or a print-on-demand reprint, but the authentic first edition and is a historic artifact in its own right. A beautiful copy. $45.00

80. William Richard Cutter. Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of the State of Massachusetts. Volume 3 only. New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1910. This is volume 3 only. Bound in brown half leather. About a third of the leather is chipped away at the top and edges of the front joint. The front cover is starting to loosen, the still attached. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. With numerous photographic portraits illustrations. $45.00

81. Wilson, Van. Rich in All But Money Life in Hungate 1900-1938 Archaeological Resource Centre, 1996. 142 pages. Glossy softbound covers. Light shelf wear to the edges of the covers. $14.95

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