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[AMERICANA] [SAMMELBAND] FOUR WORKS ON EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY | AN ACCOUNT OF GENERAL LA FAYETTE’S VISIT TO VIRGINIA.; CHARTER AND BY-LAWS OF THE NEW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY.; PROCEEDINGS OF THE VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY AT THE ANNUAL MEETING.; The Official Letters of Alexander Spotswood, Lieutenant-Governor of the Colony of Virginia. (ONE VOLUME)
New York | Richmond: West, Johnston & Co. | Published by the Society, [1881-1882].
Half Leather. A sammelband of four Richmond imprints, on early American history, or proceedings of historical societies. Contemporary owner’s name on the front endpaper, of Dr. Mann Page, a teacher at Keswick School in Albemarle County, dated 1899. Joints and bottom of the spine reinforced by a conservator using Japanese tissue. Half black leather over marbled paper boards.~~“An Account of General La Fayette’s Visit to Virginia , in the Years 1824-’25.” West, Johnston & Co. Richmond, Va. 1881. 134 pp., frontispiece.~~“The Charter and By-Laws of the New York Historical Society. Revised January, 1858. With the Amendments and a list of Resident Members.” Printed for the Society. New York. 1881. 38 pp.~~“Proceedings of the Virginia Historical Society at the Annual Meeting, February 24, 1882, with the Address of William Wirt Henry.” Published by the Society. Richmond, Virginia. 1882. 64 pp., with errata slip and folding address at the front.~~“The Official Letters of Alexander Spotswood, Lieutenant-Governor of the Colony of Virginia, 1710-1722, Now First Printed from the Manuscript in the Collections of the Virginia Historical Society. Vol. I” Published by the Society. Richmond, Virginia. 1882. xxii, 180 pp., with 2 plates.
Very Good binding.