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-w2020: American Proposal For New Constitution For China [World History]

Draft of the constitution for the Republic of China written by the prominent political scientist Frank Johnson Goodnow. China’s Constitution. Dr. Goodnow’s Draft. "Reprinted from the Peking Gazett" n.d. Rare

This document is an original reprint, and as such, a rare printing. Title Page: China’s Constitution No date, Size approx 5.75" x 8.5" with light tears along some edges. 15 pages tightly bound in a hard cover

K07264
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Oliver Ellsworth DS

-w2020: Oliver Ellsworth Document Signed requesting reimbursements during the American Revolution x: [Misc. Americana]

Miscellaneous requests for pay including the care of sick soldiers “...W. Abigail Thompson £5.13 ~ for Expense of her sons Sickness returning from Camp 1775 ¾ to Doct Jared Potter £2 ¾ for Sundries to a Continental Sick Soldier in this State ¾ to Merriman Cook £3.4.9- for Expense of his Sickness on his way home from Service in the Militia at N. York & to John Osborn £ 1-2:4 - for the same purpose _...”

Document signed “Oliv: Ellsworth”, one page; Hartford, January 14, 1777.

K08647
$1,000
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-w2020: kg: Resolution by the Central Conference of American Rabbis Expressing Appreciation for the Balfour Declaration [Judaica]

Broadside. 1918. Unsigned.

K10571
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James Clay Rice

-w2020: James Clay Rice, a Soon-to-be Hero of Gettysburg, Lobbies for Promotions

Autograph Letter Signed, Head Quarters 44th [New York Volunteers] Camp near Falmouth, VA; to William Kidd, Military Secretary, March 14, 1863. 2pp. Condition is very good with minor tears and some tape along folds.

“This regiment is equal in bravery to a brigade… the boys are here who can fill [the] positions.” Rice, who four months later would valiantly defend Little Round Top at Gettysburg with fellow colonel Joshua Chamberlain, shows fighting spirit and pride in his unit.

K11625
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-w2020: Considerations On The Present Situation Of Great Britain and The United States Of North America With A View To Their Future Commercial Connections [Finance] [World History]

London: J. Stockdale, 1784. viii,3-157,[1]pp. Half title. Antique style half calf and marbled boards. Old library stamp and tape repairs on half title. Last leaf trimmed close, slightly affecting text on verso. Still very good.

w33409, dlj 1044.

K12072.019
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-w2020: Considerations on the provisional treaty with America, and the preliminary articles of peace with France and Spain. [Finance] [World History]

London. 1783. [2],94pp. Modern half calf and marbled boards, spine lettered in gilt. Very good.

W33196, dlj 1231.

K12072.084
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-w2020: ww: Acts and laws passed by the great and general court or assembly of the State of Massachusetts. [Finance]

Boston: Printed by Benjamin Edes and Sons, 1780. pp.279-309 (complete). Folio. Dbd. Final leaf nearly detached. Very good.

w33481, dlj 140.

K12072.107
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-w2020: ww:: Letter From George Partridge to Elbridge Gerry. [Finance]

[Autograph letter, signed, from George Partridge, Delegate to the Continental Congress from Massachusetts, to fellow delegate Elbridge Gerry, Also of Massachusetts, Regarding new taxes]. [ Boston]. May 5, 1780. [3]pp., docketed by Gerry on verso of second leaf. Minor edge wear. Light fold lines. Four-inch tear along one fold. Some spotting on left edge of first leaf where the two leaves were previously joined. Overall very good. w33377, dlj 65.

K12072.138
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-w2020: Revolutionary War Manuscript [Finance] [Military]

[Manuscript pay certifications from the town of Sutton, Massachusetts]. [ Sutton, Ma.]. Feb. 26, 1781. [1]p. Folio. Moderate to heavy edge wear, several short tears in from edges, minor spotting. Very good. w33394, dlj 187.

K12072.152
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-w2020: ww: Facsimile Printing of George Washington’s Account of Expenses During the Revolutionary War [American President] [Finance] [Military]

George Washington: Washington. 1833. [55]pp. Folio. Contemporary half morocco and marbled boards. Boards a bit rubbed, worn at spine ends. Bookplate on rear pastedown. Internally near fine. w33187

K12072.187a
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-w2020: Address and recommendations to the States by the United States in Congress assembled. [Finance] [The House Of Representatives]

By Order of the Hon. House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1783. 62pp. Modern three quarter calf and marbled boards, spine lettered in gilt. A very good copy. w33191A



K12072.191A
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-w2020: ww: A Letter from Lieutenant General Sir Henry Clinton, K. B. to the commissioners of public accounts relative to some observations in their seventh report, which may be judged to imply censure on the late Commander in Chief of His Majesty’s Army in North America. [Finance] [World History] [Military]

London. 1784. 31,[1]pp. Modern three quarter morocco and paper boards, spine lettered in gilt. Bookplate on rear pastedown. A very clean, near fine copy with wide margins. w33230

K12072.230
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-w2020: Revolutionary War Privateer: Autographed Letter, From One Samuel Brown to an Unamed Uncle, Regarding the Confiscation of a Letter [Finance] [Military]

Revolutionary War Privateer, Signed. Boston. June 23, 1782. [2]pp. A nice example of how regular privateering plagued private business during the close of the Revolution. w33387.

K12072.387
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-w2020: ww: Anno Vicesimo Georgii III Regis...an act to amend an act...as relates to the preventing the clandestine conveyance of sugar and paneles from the British colonies and plantations in America into Great Britain [Finance] [World History] [Import / Export]

This British law amends a previous ban on American sugar by adding that if any such goods should be discovered, they should be viewed the same as foreign goods. All the required fines and duties would then apply.

London. 1779. [4]pp. Dbd. Bright and clean. Very good. w33396

K12072.396
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-w2020: ww: The Independent Chronicle and the Universal Advertiser. [Finance]

Boston: Printed by Nathaniel Willis, April 27, 1780. Vol. XII, No. 609. [4]pp. folio newspaper, printed in three columns. Dbd. Tideline along inner margin. Trimmed at outer edge. Good.w33477



K12072.477
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-w2020: Autograph Letter Signed, from a Ruben Howell to Elias Boudinot, representative from New Jersey [Finance]

Autograph Letter Signed. Trenton. Jan. 4, 1790. A brief letter to Elias Boudinot, Revolutionary leader and representative from New Jersey, from one Ruben Howell, regarding the settlement of Boudinot’s account.

W33520

K12072.520
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