Backroad Ramble

A Back Road Ramble

“A Gift to My Christian Friend” in Gilt on the Cover of Living Streams from the Fountain of Life.

Wise, Daniel. Living Streams from the Fountain of Life; or, A Scripture Text, a Choice Aphorism, and a Verse of Poetry, for Every Day in the Year. Intended to be a Closet Companion for Earnest Christians. Eighth thousand. Boston: For sale by J.P. Magee, copyright 1854.

Lady Morgan Italy

It will take a villa

Morgan, Lady. Italy. New York: C.S. Van Winkle, 1821.

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Cabinet Library

I Lily Must Go

Cabinet Library #3 Contains Burnt Orange Patterned Endpapers. The Lily of the Valley. Translated From the French. Baltimore: John Murphy; New York: E. Dunigan, copyright 1842.

Spotlight on a Hermit

Spotlight on a hermit

Tees, Levin C. The Red Light on the Cliff, or, The Invisible Hermit. New York: G. Munro, c. 1871.

Just Heavenly

Just Heavenly!

The Attractions of Heaven Includes Textured, Gilt Endpaper. Graves, H.A., ed. The Attractions of Heaven. Boston: Gould and Lincoln, copyright 1846.

Hamburger, Wholesale Manufacturer

Perfect for the Corner Office

J.W. Hamburger. J.W. Hamburger, Wholesale Manufacturer of Parlor Furniture, Office and Warerooms, no. 195 Chrystie St., one block east of Bowery, New York City. Factory, nos. 150 and 152 19th Street, Brooklyn. New York: Jouffroy Bros., [1872?]

Cook's American Orator and Bookmark

For Different Classes of Learners

Cooke, Increase. Introduction to The American Orator; or, A new selection of lessons in reading and speaking, adapted to the use of the different classes of learners in schools and academies. New Haven: Sidney's Press for Cooke & Co., 1812.

The Forest Time

The Forest Time

The children of the New Forest. By Capt. Marryat, R.N. New York: Harper & Brothers, publishers, 82 Cliff Street, 1848.

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Always a Favorite

Always a Favorite

Farmyard favorites. New York: Copyright 1900 by McLoughlin Bros. New York, 1900.

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