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Architecture -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- 19th century -- Catalogs (2)
Architecture -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- 20th century -- Catalogs (2)
Commercial buildings -- New York (State) -- New York (2)
Dwellings New York (State) New York (2)
Furness, Frank, -- 1839-1912 -- Catalogs (2)
Lithographs Hand-colored 1850-1860 (2)
Manhattan (New York, N. Y.) -- Maps (2)
Maps Hand-colored 1850-1860 (2)
Real property -- New York (State) -- New York -- Maps (2)
American newspapers (1)
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Birds -- Pictorial works (1)
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Booksellers and bookselling -- America (1)
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1Title:  Map of that part of the city and county of New-York extending north of 50th Street   
 Creator:  Jones, H. A. 
 Publication:  M. Dripps, New York, c1851. 
 Notes:  Relief shown by hachures. Includes 3 vignettes showing High Bridge; New York State Arsenal; and the Blind Asylum. Detailed cadastral map showing the area south of 50th Street in Manhattan, New York (N.Y.) Includes property and lot lines; residences and businesses; street addresses, and names of property owners. Also shows streams and woodland. 
 Extent:  1 map: lithograph, hand-colored on rollers. 
 Subjects:  Real property -- New York (State) -- New York -- Maps | Commercial buildings -- New York (State) -- New York | Dwellings New York (State) New York | Arsenals New York (State) New York | Bridges New York (State) New York | Aslyums New York (State) New York | Manhattan (New York, N. Y.) -- Maps | New York (N.Y.) -- Maps | Maps Hand-colored 1850-1860 | Lithographs Hand-colored 1850-1860 | Philadelphia artists

 
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2Title:  Frank Furness: the complete works   
 Creator:  Thomas, George E. | Cohen, Jeffrey A., 1952- | Lewis, Michael J., 1957- 
 Publication:  Princeton Architectural Press, New York, N.Y, c1991. 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references (p. [369]-370) and indexes. 
 Extent:  385 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm. 
 Subjects:  Furness, Frank, -- 1839-1912 -- Catalogs | Architecture -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- 19th century -- Catalogs | Architecture -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- 20th century -- Catalogs | Philadelphia (Pa.) -- Buildings, structures, etc

 
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3Title:  Frank Furness: the complete works   
 Creator:  Thomas, George E. | Cohen, Jeffrey A., 1952- | Lewis, Michael J., 1957- 
 Publication:  Princeton Architectural Press, New York, N.Y, c1996. 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references (p. [369]-370) and indexes. 
 Extent:  385 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. 
 Subjects:  Furness, Frank, -- 1839-1912 -- Catalogs | Architecture -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- 19th century -- Catalogs | Architecture -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- 20th century -- Catalogs | Buildings -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia

 
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4Title:  Map of the city of New-York extending northward to Fifitieth St   
 Creator:  Harrison, John F. 
 Publication:  M. Dripps, New York, c1851. 
 Notes:  Contains twenty-one vignettes of principle churches, schools, and other public landmarks, including the Distributing Reservoir; First Reformed Presbyterian Church; Astor Free Library; Grace Church; St. Patrick's Cathedral; Society Library; Merchants Exchange; U.S. Custom House; Halls of Justice; N.Y. Free Academy; City Hall; Odd Fellows Hall; Baptist Tabernacle Church; Trinity Church; Presbyterian Church, University Place; St. Pauls; Church of the Puritans; and the University, Washington Square (i.e., New York University). Contains vignettes of the City and State Arms. Detailed cadastral map showing the area south of 50th Street in Manhattan, New York (N.Y.) and within a few blocks of the shoreline in what is now downtown Brooklyn, New York (N.Y.) Includes property and lot lines; residences, businesses, and industries; building types and heights; parks; cemeteries; markets; piers and wharves; street addresses; and names of property owners. 
 Extent:  1 map: lithograph, hand-colored on rollers. 
 Subjects:  Real property -- New York (State) -- New York -- Maps | Commercial buildings -- New York (State) -- New York | Courthouses New York (State) New York | Dwellings New York (State) New York | Industry New York (State) New York | Libraries New York (State) New York | Piers & wharves New York (State) New York | Reservoirs New York (State) New York | Universities & colleges New York (State) New York | Brooklyn (New York, N. Y.) -- Maps | Manhattan (New York, N. Y.) -- Maps | New York (N. Y.) -- Maps | Maps Hand-colored 1850-1860 | Lithographs Hand-colored 1850-1860 | Philadelphia artists

 
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5Title:  The history of printing in America: With a biography of printers, and an account of newspapers. To which is prefixed a concise view of the discovery and progress of the art in other parts of the world. In two volumes   
 Creator:  Thomas, Isaiah, 1749-1831 
 Publication:  From the press of Isaiah Thomas, Jun. Isaac Sturtevant, printer, Worcester [Mass.], 1810. 
 Notes:  Copyright 1810 by Isaiah Thomas. Folded plate facing p. 70 of v. 1 signed: Callender, sc. Vol. 1: vi, [1], 8-487, [1] p., [3] leaves of plates (1 folded); v. 2: iv, [1], 6-576 p., [2] leaves of plates (1 folded). Last page of v. 1 blank. "Catalogue of booksellers in the colonies, from the first settlement of the country to the commencement of the revolutionary war, in 1775": v. 2, p. 409-450. Includes bibliographical references and index. 
 Extent:  2 v. : ill., facsims. ; 24 cm (8vo) 
 Subjects:  Printing -- America -- History | Printers -- America | American newspapers | Booksellers and bookselling -- America | Clippings | Insertions (Provenance)

 
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6Title:  Report of the trial of Eunice Hall vs. Robert Grant, for slander: Tried before the Court of Common Pleas for the County of Essex, in New-Jersey, and a special jury, in June term, 1821   
 Creator:  Hall, Eunice. | Grant, Robert. | Rogers, Daniel. | New Jersey Court of Common Pleas (Essex County) 
 Publication:  Printed by J. and E. Sanderson, Elizabeth-town, N.J, 1821.. 
 Notes:  "Defendant had alleged that the plaintiff was responsible for the death of a student [i.e., Miss Selina Hueston] and so destroyed her reputation and the school which she kept. The jury awarded the plaintiff $250 damages."--Cohen, M.L. Bibliography of early Amer. law. Copyright July 26, 1821, by Robert Grant. Last page blank. 
 Extent:  137, [1] p. ; 21 cm 
 Subjects:  Grant, Robert | Libel and slander -- New Jersey -- Elizabeth | Trials (Libel) -- New Jersey -- Newark | Women educators | Women | Education

 
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7Title:  American ornithology; or, The natural history of the birds of the United States: illustrated with plates engraved and colored from original drawings taken from nature   
 Creator:  Wilson, Alexander, 1766-1813 | Ord, George, 1781-1866 
 Publication:  Published by Bradford and Inskeep. Printed by Robert Carr, Philadelphia [Pa.], 1808[-1814]. 
 Notes:  Vol. 9 copyright June 5, 1812, by Alexander Wilson. Vol. 8 Preface, p. [iii]: The patrons of the American ornithology are now presented with the eighth volume of that work, which, unfortunately for the interest of science, was left unfinished by its ingenious and indefatigable author. Vol. 8 completed and v. 9 written by George Ord. Imprint for v. 1 dated 1808; v. 2 dated 1810; v. 3 and v. 4 dated 1811, with printer "R. & W. Carr"; v. 5 and v. 6 dated 1812; v. 7 dated 1813; v. 8 and v. 9 dated 1814. "The engraving will be a lasting monument to the merits of Messrs. Lawson, Murray and Warnicke; and the elegance of the letter press, which even in Europe has excited admiration, does the highest honor to the taste of the founders, Binney & Ronaldson, as well as to the professional talents and constant attention of the printers, Messrs. R. & W. Carr; while the unrivalled excellence of the paper, from the manufactory of Mr. Amies, proves what American ingenuity is capable of producing when properly encouraged."--v. 5, p. x. Possibly the first American book with plates printed in more than one color. Vol. 4 Preface, p. [v]-vi: Among other improvements which the author has endeavoured to introduce, is that of printing the plates in colors; an art in which the French at present excel; and which, when judiciously employed in works of this kind, gives great softness and effect to the plumage. Plates drawn by Alexander Wilson; most plates engraved by Alexander Lawson or J.G. Warnicke; plates 3, 7, 9, 15, and 26 engraved by George Murray; plate 32 engraved by Benjamin Tanner. Vol. 1 variants: 1st issue has Preface dated Sept. 1, 1808, and p. 33 line 23 of text ending: I have myself; 2nd issue has Preface dated Oct. 1, 1808, and p. 33 line 23 of text ending: tho it is believed. Vol. 2 variants: 1st issue has p. 55 third line of caption in error: Plate XII.--Fig. 2; 2nd issue has p. 55 third line of caption corrected: Plate XII.--Fig. 3. Vol. 5 imprint variants: some copies have: R. & W. Carr; other copies have: Robert and William Carr. Vol. 6 variants: 1st issue has p. [v] last line of first paragraph: figured or described.; 2nd issue has p. [v] last line of first paragraph: species not heretofore figured or described. "Bibliographical sketch of Alexander Wilson."--v. 9, p. [xiii]-xlviii. "List of subscribers to the American ornithology."--v. 9, [7] p. at end, includes: Philadelphia Library, 3 copies. Includes indexes. 
 Extent:  9 v. : ill. ; 36 cm (folio) 
 Subjects:  Birds -- Pictorial works | Birds -- United States | Wilson, Alexander, -- 1766-1813 | Color printing (Printing) Plates | Hand-colored plates | Intaglio prints | Subscription editions (Publishing) Pennsylvania Philadelphia | Subscription lists (Publishing) | Natural history

 
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