Author:Seward, William H

Sort

Showing 1-3 of 3

MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR, ON THE SUBJECT OF THE CULTURE OF SILK, AND THE MANUFACTURE OF SUGAR FROM THE BEET ROOT. State of New-York. No. 134. In Assembly, February 12, 1840

By: (McLean, D. V.; Durant, Charles F.; Finelli, Lewis). Seward, William H

Price: $75.00

Publisher: (Albany, NY: 1840).: 1840).

Seller ID: 16680

Condition: Good


(Albany, NY: 1840).. 1840).. Good. - Octavo, printed self-wraps. 34 pages. Possibly lacks 1 folding leaf of plates. There is foxing to the title & the last page with scattered lighter foxing & staining throughout. There are 2 tiny stains to the bottom margin of the last page. Good. Attempts to introduce sericulture to the United States had been sporadic and largely unsuccessful. In 1831 a manual on sericulture by J. H. Cobb was distributed to members of Congress. A determined effort to establish silk culture then led to the "Mormus multicaulis craze". Thousands of individuals bough... View more info

SPEECH OF WILLIAM H. SEWARD ON THE RESOLUTION AGAINST RENEWING THE CHARTER OF THE UNITED STATES BANK, in the Senate of New-York

By: Seward, William H

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Albany, NY: Printed by Packard, Hoffman & White, 71 State Street. 1832.: 1832.

Seller ID: 28993

Condition: Good


Albany, NY: Printed by Packard, Hoffman & White, 71 State Street. 1832.. 1832.. Good. - Octavo, softcover. Printed cream self-wraps sewn with tan cord. 14 pages, unopened. The title & the last page are soiled & foxed. There is a small stain to the middle of each page. The bottom page corners are bumped & creased & the front edges of the overlapping pages are lightly chipped. Good. First edition. First Edition. View more info

SPEECH OF WILLIAM H. SEWARD, ON THE RESOLUTIONS CONCERNING THE REMOVAL OF THE GOVERNMENT DEPOSITES. In the Senate of New-York, January 1834

By: Seward, William H

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Albany, NY: Printed by Hoffman & White, 1834.: 1834.

Seller ID: 28357

Condition: Good


Albany, NY: Printed by Hoffman & White, 1834.. 1834.. Good. - sc Octavo, printed self-wraps bound with cream cord. 42 pages, unopened. The page corners are bumped & the edges of a number of pages are darkened. The front edge of page 29 is soiled & the front edges of 2 rear leaves are lightly chipped. There is scattered light foxing. Good. First edition.The speech concerns a dispute about state revenues being withdrawn from the Bank of the United States. First Edition. View more info