[WAR OF 1812--PAMPHLETS.]

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Lot 6316
[WAR OF 1812--PAMPHLETS.]

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Fine Books & Manuscripts

4 Dec 2006, 16:00 EST

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[WAR OF 1812--PAMPHLETS.]
Collection of pamphlets recording diplomatic and political activities surrounding the War of 1812. Mostly Washington DC, 1808-1819. Approximately 500 pages in total. Various sizes, folio and 8vo. Disbound or stitched. Condition varies, occasional spotting or loose pages, generally very good. Comprising:
1. BARING, ALEXANDER. An Inquiry into the Causes and Consequences of the Orders in Council ... New York: Hopkins & Bayard, 1808. Second American edition.
2. Papers Relative to French Affairs, communicated by General Armstrong to Mr. Monroe … March 23, 1808. Washington City: A. & G. Way, 1808. Shaw & Shoemaker 16536.
3. Letters from the Secretary of State to Mr. Monroe, on the subject of impressments, &c. … Part II … March 23, 1808. Washington City: A. & G. Way, 1808.
4. Letter from Mr. Monroe to the Secretary of State dated Richmond, February 28, 1808 … Part IV … March 23, 1808. Washington City: A. & G. Way, 1808.
5. Letter from the Secretary of State to Mr. Monroe, on the subject of the attack on the Chesapeake … March 23, 1808. City of Washington: A. & G. Way, 1808. Library stamp of American Antiquarian Society, Worcester MA on title-page. Shaw & Shoemaker 16415.
6. Letter from M. Champagny, the French Minister for Exterior Relations to General Armstrong … April 2, 1808. City of Washington: A. & G. Way, 1808. Shaw & Shoemaker 16408.
7. Letter from Mr. Erskine, the British Minister, to the Secretary of State, on the subject of the British Orders in Council of the eleventh November 1807 … April 2, 1808. City of Washington: A. & G. Way, 1808.
8. Documents accompanying the Message of the President, of November 29, 1809. [Armstrong and Champigny, 1809.]
9. Resolution proposed in Committee of the Whole House, on the Motions made by Mr. Nicholas and Mr. Bacon, for a Repeal of the Embargo … February 3, 1809. Washington City: A. & G. Way, 1809. Shaw & Shoemaker 19071.
10. [Half title]: Papers on the Defense of Boston and Other Places. [1808-1813.] No imprint. Spotting.
11. [Half title]: Report on our Foreign Relations [of the House of Representatives]. No imprint. [1810.]
12. Message from the President of the U. States, recommending an Immediate Declaration of War against Great Britain. June 1st, 1812. Washington City: Roger C. Weightman, 1812.
13. Message from the President of the United States, transmitting Letters from the late and present Plenipotentiaries of France to the Department of State. November 8th, 1811. Washington City: R.C. Weightman, 1811.
14. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, transmitting a Report on the subject of the Navy Pension Fund. January 10, 1812. Washington: A. & G. Way, 1812. 6 folding tables.
15. Facts Relative to John Henry and his Negociation. No imprint. [1812.] Shaw & Shoemaker 25389.
16. Documents accompanying the Message of the President of the United States, to the Two Houses of Congress, at the opening of the second session of the Twelfth Congress. November 4, 1812. Washington City: Roger C. Weightman, 1812.
17. Message from the President of the United States transmitting Reports of the Secretary of War and Secretary of the Navy … February 3, 1814. Washington City: Roger Chew Weightman, 1814.
18. Letter from the Secretary of War to the Speaker of the House … with statements of the sums awarded by the Commissioner of Claims … February 20, 1818. Washington: E. de Krafft, 1818.
19. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting, A Statement of the Names of Persons who have received Public Money for paying the troops in service during the Late War … March 2, 1818. Washington: E. de Kraaft, 1818.
20. A Statement of the Amount of Duties and Drawback on Goods, Wares and Merchandise imported into the United States and exported therefrom.... Washington City: Jacob Gideon Jr., 1819.
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