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Publisher: Concord [NH]: Printed by Shepard and Bannister, 1825.: 1825.
Seller ID: 22338
Concord [NH]: Printed by Shepard and Bannister, 1825.. 1825.. Fair. - Octavo, printed cream self-wraps. 11 pages plus 1 blank. The leaves are detached with their front & bottom edges chipped with several short tears. There are areas of light staining to the inner edges of the pages with light staining to the bottom edges of some pages. The title & the last page are soiled & a bit darkened. Fair working copy. The Minutes include a three-page report, "The State of Religion", lamenting that few churches have been added and that a number are without pastors.Rare. Worldcat locates onl... View more info
Publisher: Washington, December 15, 1840.: 1840.
Seller ID: 34486
Condition: Very good
- Over 50 words penned on 10 inch high by 8 inch wide cream paper. Eastman assures the recipient that he has "laid the matter" of the discharge of a young man from the navy "before the Secretary of the Navy" and that he'll respond once the Secretary has reached a decision but that "From what he said I doubt whether he will decide until he shall hear from the commander...." Signed "I.A. Eastman". Addressed on the verso of an attached leaf with a Washington, D.C. postmark and, quite uncommon, the intact red wax seal of the U.S. House of Representatives. Folded sev... View more info
By: [New Hampshire].
Publisher: Portsmouth: Printed by J. Melcher, 1792.: 1792.
Seller ID: 94795
Condition: Very good
- sc Octavo, printed self-wraps consisting of stitched signatures. 88 untrimmed deckle-edged pages with a woodcut vignette illustration of the attactive pictorial state seal decorating the title page. The half-title which serves as front wrap is slightly darkened with a couple of light dampstains. Else only minor flaws detract from this otherwise near fine unopened copy of this rare book. First edition. Rare. [Evans 24582]. Christopher Toppan was the elected chairman for this session of the proceedings covering the votes and details of the many issues which came before New Hampshire's House of... View more info