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Political Memorabilia including the Daniel Schofield Collection

February 16, 2018

Lot #93
DepartmentPolitical Pamphlets
Sold For$190.00(hammer price)
 $228.00(price including buyer's premium)
Last UpdatedFebruary 16, 2018

Description

SEVEN EARLY 19TH CENTURY POLITICAL PAMPHLETS 1801-1828
1) A Reply to Lucius Junius Brutus's Examination of the President's Answer to the New-Haven Remonstrance ..." by Leonidas. (N.Y.: Denniston and Cheetham, 1801.) 2) "An Address to the Republican Citizens of New-York, on the Inauguration of Thomas Jefferson ..." by Tunis Wortman. (N.Y.: William Durell, 1801.) 3) "Politics for American Farmers; Being a series of tracts, exhibiting the blessings of free government". (Washington City: R.C. Weightman, 1807.) 4) "Speech of the Hon. James Emott, in the House of Representatives of the U. States, February 6, 1811, in relation to the Non-Intercourse". (Washington: 1811.) 5) "To the Members of the Three Monthly Meetings in the City of Philadelphia". (Philadelphia: Kimber, Conrad & Co., 1805.) 6) "An Oration Delivered February 22nd, 1813, in Washington Hall, before the Washington Benevolent Society, of the City of New York" by Isaac M. Ely. (N.Y.: Hardcastle & Van Pelt, 1813.) 7) "The Casket. Or flowers of Literature, Wit and Sentiment." (Philadelphia: 1828.)"

Condition

Age-typical wear throughout. 1) Lacking wrappers. Title page loose but present, and with ink marginalia. 2) In a 20th century binding. 3) Lacking wrappers and some stitching. 4) Lacking wrappers. Title page with marginalia. Uncut. 5) Lacking stitching. Several tears to margins. 6) Lacking wrappers and stitching. Title page with marginalia. Water staining. Back loose flyleaf with marginalia. 7) Lacking wrappers and stitching. Several small tears.

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