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Political Memorabilia including the Daniel Schofield Collection

February 16, 2018

Lot #90
DepartmentPolitical Pamphlets
Sold For$100.00(hammer price)
 $120.00(price including buyer's premium)
Last UpdatedFebruary 21, 2018


1) The Report of a Committee, Appointed by a Convent of Republican Citizens of the County of Addison... 1813. -Also- An Address to the Freemen of Vermont." (Middlebury, Vt., Slade & Ferguson, 1814.)
2) "An Oration, Delivered Before the Washington Benevolent Society at Poultney, on the 4th of July, 1814. By Zebulon R. Shipherd, Esq. With an Address, Upon Reading the Declaration of Independence by Chauncey Langdon, A.M." (Middlebury: Timothy C. Strong, 1814.)
3) "An Oration, Pronounced at Mr. Thaddeus Broad's, on the Fourth Day of July, 1810, Before the Republicans of Falmouth. By Mr. Thomas Slemons." (Portland: Francis Douglas, 1810.)
4) "Articles in Addition to And Amendment of the Constitution of the State of New Hampshire, Agreed to By the Convention of Said State, And Submitted to the People Thereof for Their Approbation." (Dover: E. Ladd, for the State, 1792.)
5) "A Refutation of Sundry Aspersions in the 'Vindication' of the Present Trustees of Dartmouth College, on the Memory of their Predecessors. By Peyton R. Freeman." (Portsmouth: Beck & Foster, 1816.)
6) "Individual and National Dependance [sic] and Independence, Considered, Together with Observations on the Present State of the Times. Exhibited in an Address, Delivered at New-London, Con. July 4, 1808. By Christopher Manwaring." (Hartford: Elisha Babcock, 1808.) Scarce address on foreign affairs by a prominent Republican."


Collations not verified. Possibly lacking original wraps or bindings. Some exhibit ink markings, soiling, toning or foxing. Generally well preserved.
3) Pages irregularly trimmed; also creased. 4) Mounted in a contemporary cardstock portfolio. 5) Last page torn off at corner.

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