Twenty-one Early Books
- Sold for:
- American Furniture & Decorative Arts - 2897M
- Off Premises
- Date / Time :
- May 21, 2016 10:00AM
Twenty-one Early Books, titles include: A Short and Easy Method with the Deists (T.M. Pomeroy: Windsor, VT, 1812); Rev. John Flavel, The Touchstone of Sincerity or Trial of True and False Religion (American Tract Society: New York); The Poetical Works of John Keats ( Walter Scott: London, 1888); Isaac Watts, Logick or the Right Use of Reason in the Enquiry After Truth (Thomas Dobson: Philadelphia, 1789); John Bunyan The Pilgrim's Progress (Joseph Bumstead: Boston, 1800); The School of Wisdom or, American Monitor (Mathew Carey: Philadelphia, 1800); R. Watson, An Apology for the Bible (T. Collier: Litchfield, Connecticut, 1797); Jedidiah Morse, Geography Made Easy: Being an Abridgement of the American Universal Geography (I. Thomas and E.T. Andrews: Boston, 1794); J. W. Barber, Interesting Events in the History of the United States (J.W. Barber: New Haven, Connecticut, 1829); The Miscellaneous Works of Dr. Goldsmith (P. Edes: Boston, 1793); Francis Plowden, A Short History of the British Empire from May 1792 to the Close of the Year 1793 (Mathew Carey: Philadelphia, August 1794); The Man of the World. In Two Parts (Manning & Loring: Boston, 1795); Rev. Charles Goodrich, Lives of the Signers to the Declaration of Independence (Thomas Mather: Boston, 1834); Lindley Murray, English Grammar Adapted to the Different Classes of Learners (John J. Williams: Exeter, New Hampshire, 1821); George Ironside, Epitome Historiae Sacrae Auctore L'Homond (George Long: New York, 1829); and six other late 18th/early 19th century volumes lacking title pages, (worn, some covers detached).
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