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Inscribed by the AuthorHoused in aSpine-Gilt-Extra Slipcase
Tarkington, Booth.  Monsieur Beaucaire. New York: McClure, Phillips & Co., 1900. 8vo (19.8 cm, 7.75"). 3–127 pp.; 6 plts.
$250.00
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Ultra-Patriotic Verse Tribute to theSpirit of America
Taylor, Bayard.  The national ode. The memorial freedom poem. Boston: William F. Gill & Co., 1877 (copyright 1876). 8vo (22 cm, 8.7"). Frontis., 744 pp.; illus.
$125.00
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Highlights of the New World
forYouthful Edification & Entertainment
Taylor, Isaac.  Scenes in America, for the amusement and instruction of little tarry-at-home travellers. London: J. Harris & Son (pr. by H. Bryer), 1821. 12mo (17 cm, 6.69"). viii, 122, [2 (adv.)] pp.; fold. map, 28 plts.
[SOLD]
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“A Volume of Canine Anecdotes . . . Instances of Sagacity & Faithful Attachment”
[Taylor, Joseph].  The general character of the dog: Illustrated by a variety of original and interesting anecdotes of that beautiful and useful animal, in prose and verse. New York: Mahlon Day, 1836. 12mo (15.7 cm, 6.18"). 144 pp.; 4 plts.
$200.00
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The La Crosse Morning Leader's Leader Speaks
Taylor, Lute A.  Lute Taylor's chip basket; being choice selections from the lectures, essays, addresses, editorials, and public and social correspondence. Hudson, WI: Star & Times Printing House, 1874. 8vo (17.4 cm, 6.75"). Frontis., 218 pp.
$40.00
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MuchFUNEREAL Detail . . .
(Taylor, Zachary).  Obituary addresses delivered on the occasion of the death of Zachary Taylor, president of the United States, in the Senate and House of Representatives, July 10, 1850; with the funeral sermon by the Rev. Smith Pyne, D.D. rector of St. John's church, Washington, preached in the presidential mansion, July 13, 1850. Washington: William M. Belt, 1850. 8vo. Frontis., 107, [5 (blank)] pp.
$90.00

Childhood Amusements & LessonsCharming & Intricate Illustration
Teller, Thomas [pseud. of George Tuttle?]; Purcell, Edward B., illus.   A parent's offering; or my mother's story of her own home and childhood. New Haven: S. Babcock, [1845]. 16mo (13.7 cm, 5.4"). 64 pp.; 8 plts. (incl. in pagination).
[SOLD]
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WithExtensive Book Advertising at the EndNew Books
& New Editions”
for Boston & Beyond, 1856
Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron.  Maud, and other poems. Boston: Ticknor & Fields, 1856. 8vo (18.7 cm, 7.4"). 160, [2 (blank)], 12 (adv.) pp.
$100.00
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ON AMERICAN GIFT BOOKS
A Useful & Attractive Paperback
Tepper, Michael.  American gift books & literary annuals: An annotated catalog. [Easton, MD: Michael Tepper], copyright 2016. 8vo (25 cm; 9.5"). 215 pp., illus. (some color).
$35.00
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Starting with, How First Love May Interrupt Breakfast”
Thackeray, William Makepeace.  The history of Pendennis. New York: Harper & Brothers, [1849]. 8vo (23.5 cm, 9.25"). [10]–104 pp.; illus.
$125.00
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Becky! Comes to America
Thackeray, William Makepeace.  Vanity Fair.  A novel without a hero. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1848. 8vo (23.8 cm, 9.3"). Add. engr. t.-p., 332 pp.; 31 plts.
$750.00
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Humor, Pathos, Redemption & Local MID-WEST Color
Thanet, Octave (i.e., Alice French).  The missionary sheriff; being incidents in the life of a plain man who tried to do his duty. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1897. Small 8vo (19 cm; 7.5"). [3] ff., 248 pp., frontis., 14 plates.
$45.00
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Theatre Luminaries Mark a Special Night
(Theatrical Souvenir: “Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep”).   Manuscript on paper, in English: “Sleep” [/] Miss Graves's 'Dear Ones.'” [New York]: 1950. 8vo (25 cm, 9.84"). [5 ff. used (of approx. 100)].
$450.00
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The Bat . . . Is a Murderous Plaything”
“Thine, Bawlingly.”  Something for the admirers of base ball. New York: Glenn Horowitz, 1990. 16mo (21.5 cm, 8.5"). 12, [4] pp.; illus.
$125.00
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Dispatches from the Frontier
Thorpe, Thomas Bangs.  Our army on the Rio Grande. Being a short account of the important events transpiring from the time of the removal of the “Army of Occupation” from Corpus Christi, to the surrender of Matamoros; with descriptions of the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, the bombardment of Fort Brown, and the ceremonies of the surrender of Matamoros: with descriptions of the city, etc. etc. Philadelphia: Carey and Hart, 1846. 8vo (17.7 cm, 7"). [2] ff., ix, [10]–300 pp.; 9 pls.
[SOLD]
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Glowing Descriptions of Connecticut Scenery
Todd, John.  The mountain cottage. Pittsfield, MA: E.P. Little, 1844. 24mo (10.9 cm, 4.29"). 35, [1] pp.
[SOLD]
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WithTWO Wood-Engraved Plates
[True, Charles Kittredge]. Tri-mountain; or, the early history of Boston. Boston: Pub. by Heath & Graves, [© 1845]. 12mo (6 inches, 15.5 cm). Frontis., 136 pp. (pp. [7 & 8, & 130] blank; number 131 & 132 not used in pagination), plt., [4 (ads)] ff.
$80.00

Avoiding aU.S. Navy Energy Crisis (1860)
United States. House of Representatives. Committee on Naval Affairs. Contract for coal...May 24, 1860. Mr. Morse, from the Committee on Naval Affairs, made the following report. The Committee on Naval Affairs, to whom was referred so much of the annual report of the Secretary of the Navy as relates to a "conditional contract" made by him for the purpose of securing a supply of coal for the use of the navy, and other privileges in the Republic of New Granada, report as follows...." [Washington, D.C., 1860]. 2 parts in 1 vol. 79 pp., 3 large fold. maps; 15 pp.
$145.00
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Mutiny at Buena Vista?
United States.  President. 1845-1849.  Message from the President...relative to an alleged mutiny at Buena Vista.... U.S. 30th Congress, 1st session, 1848. Sen. Exec. Doc. No. 62. [Washington: 1848]. 8vo. 214 pp.
$150.00
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TheO'Gallala Trade Warfare for Farming?
United States. Treaties, etc. 1865–1869 Johnson.  Treaty between the United States of America and the O'Gallala band of Dakota or Sioux Indians. Concluded October 28, 1865. Ratification advised, with amendment, March 5, 1866. Proclaimed March 17, 1866. [Washington: publisher not identified, 1866]. Folio (29.6 cm; 11.625"). 6, [2] pp.
$650.00
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“A Treaty Was Made & Concluded at Fort Sully”
United States.  Treaties, etc. 1865–1869 Johnson.  Treaty between the United States of America andthe Sans Arcs band of Dakota or Sioux Indians. Concluded October 20, 1865. Ratification advised, with amendment March 5, 1866. Proclaimed March 17, 1866. [Washington: publisher not identified, 1866]. Folio (31.4 cm; 12.375"). 6, [2] pp.
$600.00
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ANOTHER KIND ofStudent Social Activism” @ Berkeley
Hey, Gang!  Let's Build a Fountain!
University of California magazine.  Under the Berkeley Oaks. Stories by students of the University of California; selected and edited by the editorial staff of the University of California magazine. San Francisco: A.M. Robertson, 1901, ©1900. 12mo (19 cm, 7.25"). Frontis., [2] ff., 227, [1] pp.
$110.00
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When Undergrads Could Understand & Translate Demotic
When It Could Seem Sensible to Them to Produce a WHOLE BOOK by Lithography
  . . . *&* with CHROMOLITHOGRAPHY Plentifully Present . . .
University of Pennsylvania.   Philomathean Society (Henry Morton, Charles R. Hale, Samuel Huntington Jones).   Report of the committee appointed by the Philomathean Society of the University of Pennsylvania to translate the inscription on the Rosetta Stone. [Philadelphia: The Philomathean Society], copyright 1859. Small 4to (23 cm; 9"). 152 pp., [4] ff., 6 plates. [also bound in] Catalogue of members of the Philomathean Society ... Philadelphia: Ringwalt & Co, 1859. Small 4to. 24 pp.; and tipped-in lithographed copyright notice.
$1100.00
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Just the Facts, Sir”Just before Those 20's Began to “Roar”
Van Dyke, James Edward.  The investor's pocket manual. New York: The Financial Press, 1921. 16mo (15.5 cm, 6.1"). 272 pp.
$500.00
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The Title Says It All
Various Hands.  A paradise of daintie devices. A collection of poems, songs, ballads. New York: Imprinted [by the Press of Francis Hart & Co.] for Charles Pratt & Co., Christmas, 1882. 8vo (20.6 cm; 8.125"). [6], 9–97, [7] pp.
$125.00
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Wise, WARM Advice to aYoung Philadelphia Woman
V[aux], R[oberts].  Autograph Sentiment Signed (with initials) for Isabella Walsh. [Philadelphia]: 18 January 1828. Small 4to. 1 p.
$75.00
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