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Page 4 of Bibliotheca Americana : catalogue of a valuable collection of books and pamphlets relating to America ; with a descriptive list of Robert Clarke & Co's historical publications. (vol. 2)

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America and United States. [R. CLARKE & CO. gaged. With an Introduction and Sketch of the Battle, by Samuel Adams Drake, Au- tbor of "1 Old Landmark of Boston," etc. with illustration of the Battle, from an old engraving never before published in this country. Svo. cloth. Boston, 1875. 1 00 71 Burgoyne (John). A Brief Examination of the Plan and Conduct of the Northern Expedition in America, in 1777: and of the Surrender of the Army tinder the Cor- mand of Lieutenant.-General Bur3voyne. 8vo. new half green calf, red title, gilt back and edges, pp. 52. London, 1779. ' 50 72 Burgoyne (John). A State of the Ex- pedition from Canada, as laid before the House of Comnons. bv Lieute-nant-General Burgonve. and verificd by Evidence, with a Collection of Authentic Diocuments. Map and Plan.s. 8Svo. full bound, pp. 191+109. London, 1780. 5 00 73 Another copy. New half morocco, gilt back and edges. A beautiful copy. 6 .50 74 Another edition. 4to. half bound, pp. 140 +6:3. Maps. Lo-ndon, 1780. 9 0( 75 Burgoyne (John). A Supplement to the State of the Expedition from Canada, con- taining General Burgoyne's Orders, re- specting the Principal Movements and Op- erations of the Army, to the Raising of the Siege of Ticonderoga. 4to. sewed. uncut edges, pp. 26. London, 1780. Reprinted. N. York, 1865. (Only 7.5 copies printed.) 2 2-5 76 Burgoyne (John). The Substance of Gen- eral Burgovne's Speeches upon Mr. Vyner's Maotiain, May 26, and upon M11r. Hartlev's lMotion. May 28, 1778. With an Appendix containing General Washing-ton's Letter to General 13Brgoyne. etc. 8vo. paper, pp. 42 +(6). London. 1778. 1 50 77 Burke (Edmund:.. An Account of the European Settlements in America. 2 vole. 8vo. calf, neat. London, 1760. 3 003 78 Other editions. 2 vole. London, 1757, 1766, 1770, 1808. 2 50 79 Bury (Viscount). Exodus of the Western Nations. 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, uncut, pp. 483- 494. London, 186-5. 5 00 80 Calendar of Historical Manuscripts, relat- ing to the War of the revolution in the Office of the Secretary of State, Albany, -N. Y. 2 vols. royal 8vo. cloth, pp. 682-49-5. Albany, 1868. 8 50 81 Candid and Impartial Narrative (A) of the Transactions of the Fleet under the Com- mand of Lord Howe, from the arrival of the Toulon Squadron on the Coast of America to the time of His Lordship's Departure for England. With Observations by an Offlier then serving in the Fleet. Map. 8vo. new half green calf, red title, gilt back and edges, pp. 58. London [1779]. 3 50 82 Cary (H. C.) and Los (J.) The Geography, History, and Statistics of America and the West Indies, exhibiting a correct Account of the Discovery, Settlement, etc. Illas. trated by maps, charts, and plates. 8bv. boards, uncut, pp. 477. London, 182:. 1 75 83 Carrey (Emile). Grandeur et Avenir des Etats-Unis. But de Cette Brochure dual- ites et Grandeur Nationale des Amcri-'ains des Etats-IUnis. etc. 8vo. paper, uncut endues pp. 48. Paris, 1863. 50 84 Carrington (H. B.) Battles of the Amer- ican Revolution. Historical and Military Criticism and Topographical Illustrafon. Royal 8vo.cloth, pp. 800. -N. Y., 1871. I8 00 85 Centennial Orations. Commemoratieeor the Opening Events of the Americ an lic- lution. Wi.h other pro.ceedings. 1874- 187T5. Portrait of Joseph Warren. 8v,. cL uncut edges, pp. 176. Boston. 1875. 2 00 i 86 Century (The) of Independence; Emi.rac- ing a Collection of the most Inpsrtant Dc. -nients and Statistics connected E ith the Political History of America. Al-s a Chronological Reesicord of the P rim" sil Events l'ro-,i its Discovery to the toscat Tinc, with liigraphicai and lfistsrical N.- "'Cs. I Illo,-trulted. 12r-o. clothi ppI. 546. Ch('Iicago, 1M7. 2 IN) 87 Chalmers (George,. An Intrdl,'ti n ts the Historv of the Res-lt of theAmerica-i Colonies; be mng a C.'-mprc :li'ii X ' 'a- of its Origin, dein cr fram the State 1 ap, of Great Britain. 2 vDe. 8Xis. coth II 411, 376. Botn, 1845. 4 0) 88 Charleston. The Siege of Char- hby the British Fleet and Army, undeir t II', Gr- mand of Admiral Arbuthnot sled Sir liars Clinton, whir h terminited with tli ',;l- der of that Place on the 12th of Ats' 17cc). Portrait. 4to. cloth, pp. 224. Albmy, 1867. 3) I 89 Charters (The) of the following Provices of North America, viz,.' irini'ia Mary- land, Connecticut, Rhosde- Island lI csyl- vania, Mlassachusetts Bay, and Gcsr'ia To which is prefixed a faithful Narratire of the Proceedings of the North Americas CI lo- nies in consequence of the Late Sta-ep Act. Mlap. Small 4to. half bound. lldnt 1766;. Also, in the same volu-e, I hi b- jections to the Taxation of our AVuiericat Colonies by the Legislature of Griat Brit- ain, briefly considered. Small Ito. edges entirely uncut, pp. 20. London, 1765. 6 50 90 Clark (Thomas). Sketches of the Nasal History of the United States, frosi the Commencement of the RevolutioWiary Vir to the Present Time. 12mo. boards, uncut Philadelphia. 1813. 1 10 91 Cobbett (William). Forcupine' WVrbk Containing Various Writings and Selec- tions, exhibiting a Faithful Picture of the United States of America; of their Governl 4