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‎United States. Navy Department.‎

‎Register of the commissioned and warrant officers of the Navy of the United States including officers of the Marine Corps and others for the year 1856.‎

‎Washington: A. O. P. Nicholson printer 8vo. 136 pp. 1856 Printed by order of the Secretary of the Navy in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of the United States of December 13 1815." Contains much service information including date of present commission or warrant date of original entry into service duty or station duration of service at sea ashore and total when last at sea how long unemployed and state of birth citizenship and state of appointment. Also includes laws general orders regulations pay tables and an index; the organization of the Naval Academy; lists of vessels of war officers in squadrons officers at Navy yards and shore stations; and lists of resignations deaths and dismissals. <br/><br/>Original wrappers soiled most of spine chipped away. Signed by previous owner at top of front wrapper. Interior very good with corners of first several leaves a bit rounded. Signed at the top of the front wrapper by the previous owner and only a few instances of ink notations in margins. A. O. P. Nicholson, printer unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 11419

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎drop title Dry dock in California. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy in reference to a dry dock in California.‎

‎Washington 8vo. 3 pp. 1851 Concerns a proposal to construct a sectional dock basin and railway "some place in the bay of San Francisco" with cost estimates. "January 22 1851. Referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs." Government document: 31st Congress 2d Session. Ho. of Reps. Ex. Doc. No. 31. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume. Pencilled numeral in top right corner of p. 1. Leaves detached. unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 18798

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎drop title In Senate of the United States. January 27 1817. Ordered to be printed for the use of the Senate. Report of the Navy communicating in obedience to a resolution of the Senate information relating to the selection of a site for a naval depot.‎

‎Washington: William A. Davis 8vo. 53 pp. 1817 Navy Secretary B. W. Crowninshield's letter to the president of the Senate enclosing documents relating to the defense of the Chesapeake Bay and the selection of a docks and naval depot within the Chesapake. Documents includes the separate opinions of the three officers of the Board of Navy Commissioners charged with providing the Navy Secretary with technical assistance. P. 19 misnumbered 18. Government document: Senate document United States. Congress. Senate; 14th Congress 2nd session no. 72. "72" printed at head of title. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume; outer margin darkened. Rubber-stamp of the War Department Library on the first page. A few spots. William A. Davis unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 13094

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎drop title Navy contracts &c. for 1830. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy transmitting a statement of purchases and contracts made by the Commissioners of the Navy during the year 1830.‎

‎Washington 8vo. 23 pp. 1831 January 11 1831. Read and laid upon the table." Government document: 21st Congress 2d Session. Doc. No. 42. Ho. of Reps. Navy Dept. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume. Ink numeral in top margin of p. 1. Foxing on outer pages. Very good. unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 18910

‎United States. Navy Department.‎

‎Letter from the Secretary of the Navy to the chairman of the Committee of Commerce and Manufactures on the propriety of encouraging the culture of hemp protecting impost duties or by prohibiting the importation of that article into the United States and its territories. February 21 1811. Read and referred to the committee of the whole House to whom is committed a report of the committee of commerce and manufactures of the eighth instant.‎

‎Washington: A. & G. Way printers 8vo. 11 pp. 1811 The Secretary's letter concerns only the culture and dressing of hemp three samples of which were enclosed. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume. Light spotting. Very good. A. & G. Way, printers unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 12086

‎United States. Navy Department.‎

‎Register of the commissioned and warrant officers of the Navy of the United States; including officers of the Marine Corps &c. for the year 1833.‎

‎City of Washington: Pr. at the Globe Office by F. P. Blair 16mo. 81 pp. 1833 Printed by order of the Secretary of the Navy in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of the United States of August 2 1813." Contains much service information including date of present commission or warrant date of original entry into service duty or station state of birth citizenship and state of appointment; also includes pay tables and a list of vessels with basic data for each—i.e. number of guns when and where built and its present situation and location. <br/><br/>Original wrappers paper spine gone back wrapper chipped and separated. Wrappers and front and back blank pages with child's inked and pencilled doodles; front wrapper also bears the signature of the previous adult owner. Pages mostly clean though with several instances of marginal notations and corrections and a few spots. Pr. at the Globe Office, by F. P. Blair unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 11442

‎United States. Navy Department.‎

‎Register of the commissioned and warrant officers of the Navy of the United States; including officers of the Marine Corps &c. for the year 1832.‎

‎City of Washington: Pr. at the Globe Office by F. P. Blair 16mo. 79 pp. 1832 Printed by order of the Secretary of the Navy in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of the United States of August 2 1813." Contains much service information including date of present commission or warrant date of original entry into service duty or station state of birth citizenship and state of appointment; also includes pay tables and a list of vessels with basic data for each—i.e. number of guns when and where built and its present situation and location. <br/><br/>Original front wrapper soiled chipped with top third of wrapper lost; back wrapper missing paper over spine gone. Sewing gone signatures loose. Pr. at the Globe Office, by F. P. Blair unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 11441

‎United States. Navy Department.‎

‎Letter from the Secretary of the Navy of the twenty seventh instant to the chairman of the Naval Comittee together with sundry documents. December 31 1813. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States.‎

‎Washington City: Pr. by Roger C. Weightman 8vo. 19 pp. 1813 Documents relating to the Battle of Lake Erie. Includes an account of the engagement by Oliver Hazard Perry dated 13 September 1813 in a letter to Secretary of the Navy William Jones and his letter notifying the Secretary of the victory dated 10 September 1813. With a list of killed and wounded. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume. Some toning. Overall very good. Pr. by Roger C. Weightman unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 12035

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎Letter from the Secretary of the Navy inclosing a statement of the vessels now belonging to the Navy of the United States with their present state of equipment and the service in which they are respectively employed in pursuance of a resolution of the House of the 28th ultimo. 1st February 1802. Ordered to lie on the table.‎

‎Washington 8vo. 6 pp. 1802 Contains a list of frigates and present state of service e.g. undergoing repairs heading to the Mediterranean for each. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume. Very good. unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 15027

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎Letter from the Secretary of the Navy transmitting the annual list of the clerks employed during the year 1815 in the Navy Department and in the office board of Navy commissioners; with the salary of each. January 5 1816. Read and ordered to lie on the table.‎

‎Washington: Pr. by William A. Davis 8vo. 8 pp. 1816 Consists of a letter p. 3addressed to the speaker of the House of Representatives and signed in type by B. W. Crowninshield and three documents listing the names and salaries of the clerks employed in the offices of the Navy Dept. Board of Navy Commissioners and Accountant of the Navy. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume; inner edge irregular. Shallow chipping in margins. Lightly pencilled librarian's notation and the War Dept. Library's rubber-stamp on title-page. Title-page browned and soiled. Foxed throughout. Pr. by William A. Davis unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 15741

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎drop title Contingent expensesNavy U. S. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy transmitting a statement of the disbursements on account of the contingent expenses of the Navy for the year ending 30th September 1830.‎

‎Washington 8vo. 21 pp. 1831 January 5 1831. Read and laid upon the table." Government document: 21st Congress 2d Session. Doc. No. 28. Ho. of Reps. Navy Dept. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume. Ink numeral in top margin of p. 1. Very good. unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 18912

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎Letter from the Secretary of the Navy transmitting a list of all the commissioned officers in the Navy of the United States showing their respective rank and dates of the commissions; also a list of all the midshipmen with the dates of their warrants. February 21 1814. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States.‎

‎Washington City: Pr. by Roger C. Weightman 8vo. 29 pp. 1814 Register of the U. S. Navy. Signed in type: "Navy Department February 19 1814. W. Jones. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume. Untrimmed copy. Crayon check-mark at top margin of p. 1. Pr. by Roger C. Weightman unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 13227

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎drop title Report of the Secretary of the Navy in answer to a resolution of the Senate of the 3d of February 1846; communicating information in regard to the naval power of each maritime nation of the world with the tonnage number of merchant ships and aggregate commerce of each. March 3 1846. Referred to the Committee of Naval Affairs and ordered to be printed and that 5 000 copies in addition to the usual number be printed for the use of the Senate.‎

‎Washington 8vo. 19 pp. 1846 Report on the naval forces of 16 nations with tables listing the number of ships of the line frigates etc. and the commerce of 13 nations. Signed in type on p. 1: "Geo. Bancroft." Government document: 29th Congress 1st Session. Senate. 187. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume; two stitch holes at inner margin. Ink numeral at top margin of p. 1. unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 18022

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎Reports of the Secretary of the Navy and the Postmaster General communicating in compliance with a resolution of the Senate information in relation to the contracts for the transportation of the mails by steamships between New York and California. May 3 1852. Ordered that 1 500 additional copies be printed for the use of the Senate.‎

‎Washington: Pr. by A. Boyd Hamilton 8vo. 209 pp. 1852 Consists of the Report of the Secretary of the Navy pp. 3–11 dated March 23 1852 and accompanying documents; Report of the Secretary of the Navy p. 191 dated March 25 1852; Report of the Postmaster General pp. 193–196 dated March 26 1852 and accompanying documents. Government document: 32d Congress 1st session. Senate. Ex. Doc. No. 50. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume; stitch holes at inner margin. Large chip out of lower margin of pp. 185–188 without touching the text. Very good overall. Pr. by A. Boyd Hamilton unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 16865

‎United States. Navy Department.‎

‎Letter of the Secretary of the Navy to the committee on the bill providing for the arming manning and fitting out for immediate service all the public ships of war. January 3d 1809. Printed by order of the Senate.‎

‎Washington City: Pr. by R. C. Weightman 8vo. 4 pp. 1809 Letter from Robert Smith addressed to Senator William B. Giles dated 16th December 1808. States the requirements in manpower to carry out the provisions of the bill entitled "A bill to authorise and require the President of the United States to arm man and fit out for immediate service all the public ships of war vessels and gun boats of the United States." Scarce: OCLC locates only three copies. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume; gutter margin a little irregular; a few light brown spots. A little darkening to edges of p. 4. Good condition. Pr. by R. C. Weightman unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 11485

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎Letter from the Secretary of the Navy inclosing an estimate of the annual expense of supporting in actual service the whole of the frigates and smaller vessels now belonging to the Navy of the United States; in pursuance of a resolution of the House of the 24th instant. January 28th 1806 read and committed to a committee of the whole House on the state of the union.‎

‎City of Washington: A. & G. Way printers 8vo. 2 ff.; 1 fold. leaf. 1806 Includes the letter of transmittal and a folding table. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume. A librarian's lightly pencilled notation on the title-page. Very good. A. & G. Way, printers unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 17066

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎Letter from the Secretary of the Navy to the Chairman of the Committee appointed on so much of the message of the President as relates to the military establishment accompanying a bill concerning the naval establishment. Presented 12th June 1809.‎

‎Washington City: Pr. by Roger C. Weightman 8vo. 5 pp. 1809 Concerns the costs of repairing the frigates lying at the Washington Navy Yard and the expense of keeping the gunboats in ordinary. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume. A librarian's lightly pencilled notation on title-page. Very good. Pr. by Roger C. Weightman unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 17067

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎Document submitted by the Chairman of the Committee on Naval Affairs exhibiting the naval force of the United States of the first of January 1816. January 5th 1816. Read and ordered to be printed for the use of the Senate.‎

‎Washington: Pr. By William A. Davis 8vo. 12 i.e. 14 pp. 1816 Navy Secretary B. W. Crowninshield's report to the Senate transmitting a list of all the ships and vessels of the United States Navy showing the names rates and stations for each vessel. Pp. 13–14 misnumbered 11–12. Government document: Senate document United States. Congress. Senate; 14th Congress 1st session. Unnumbered Senate document. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume; outer margin darkened. First leaf lightly chipped in fore-margin not touching text. Pr. By William A. Davis unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 13097

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎Letter from the Secretary of the Navy transmitting a statement of the amount of merchandise and supplies purchased on behalf of the United States by Navy agents in the different ports of the United States for three years ending the thirtieth of September last ...‎

‎Washington City: A. & G. Way prs. 8vo. 30 2 pp. 1807 December 2nd 1807 read and ordered to lie on the table." Government document: House document United States. Congress. House of Representatives. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume. Pages a bit age-toned with some light foxing. A. & G. Way, prs. unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 17142

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎Letter from the Secretary of the Navy accompanying a report of the commissioners of the fund for Navy pensions.‎

‎Washington 8vo. 20 pp. 1803 28th December 1803. Read and ordered to lie on the table. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume. Pencilled librarian's notation on title-page. Very good. unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 18770

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎drop title ClerksNavy Department 1830. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy transmitting statements of the names of the clerks employed in the Navy Department during the year 1830 and the compensation of each.‎

‎Washington 8vo. 3 pp. 1831 January 10 1831. Read and laid upon the table." Government document: 21st Congress 2d Session. Doc. No. 38. Ho. of Reps. Navy Dept. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume. Ink numeral in top margin of p. 1. Foxing. Very good. unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 18909

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎drop title Report from the Secretary of the Navy in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of the 15th of April last in relation to a system of defence by means of armed steamers. June 27 1838. Referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs and ordered to be printed.‎

‎Washington: Blair & Rives printers 8vo. 6 pp. 1838 On using armed steamers for coastal and harbor defense. Government document: 25th Congress 2d Session. Senate. 495. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume; two holes in inner margin not touching text. Second leaf chipped at bottom margin not touching text. Spotting. First page with early inked notation next to title. Blair & Rives, printers unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 12115

‎United States. Navy.‎

‎Register of the commissioned and warrant officers of the Navy of the United States including officers of the Marine Corps and others for the year 1854.‎

‎Washington: Pr. by Robert Armstrong 8vo. 131 pp. 1854 Contains much service information including date of present commission or warrant date of original entry into service duty or station duration of service at sea ashore and total when last at sea how long unemployed and state of birth citizenship and state of appointment. Also includes laws general orders pay tables and an index; the organization of the Navy Department and Naval Academy; lists and tables of vessels of war squadrons Navy yards and shore stations; and lists of resignations deaths and dismissals. <br/><br/>Original wrappers; spine chipped wrappers soiled wrapper edges slightly toned. Signed by previous owner at top of front wrapper. Pamphlet with lengthwise fold marks as to fit in an envelope or pocket. Spots of foxing on blank pages at rear. Pr. by Robert Armstrong unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 11315

‎United States. Navy Department.‎

‎Letter from the Secretary of the Navy transmitting documents to show that the establishment of the Marine corps should not be reduced to a number below one thousand men. April 22 1816. Read and ordered to be printed.‎

‎Washington: Pr. by William A. Davis 8vo. 14 pp. 1816 Recommendations from Benjamin Williams Crowninshield 1772–1851 Secretary of the Navy concerning the appropriate peacetime troop level of the United States Marine Corps. "85" printed at top of title-page. Includes a letter p. 3 addressed to the James Pleasants jr. chairman of the Naval Committee of the House of Representatives and signed in type: "B. W. Crowninshield." Scarce: Only four copies traced via OCLC. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume; fore-edge of title-page slightly darkened. Rubber-stamp of the War Department Library at top of title-page. Final two leaves nearly detached from spine. Pr. by William A. Davis unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 11358

‎United States. Navy Department.‎

‎drop title In Senate of the United States. January 27 1817. Documents accompanying a "bill authorizing the appointment of hospital surgeons and hospital surgeons' mates in the navy of the United States.".‎

‎Washington: William A. Davis 8vo. 5 1 pp. 1817 On the petition of Navy surgeons requesting an increase of rank and pay equivalent to that of Army surgeons. Contains a letter of B. W. Crowninshield Secretary of the Navy to the Chairman of the Naval Committee of the Senate dated 23 January 1817 and three other letters. "71" printed at head of title. Government document: Senate document United States. Congress. Senate; 14th Congress 2nd session no. 71. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume; gutter margin a little irregular; edges darkened. Title-page rubber-stamped by the War Department Library. William A. Davis unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 11561

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎Letter from the Secretary of the Navy inclosing copies of the sailing orders given to the commanders of the Frigate Insurgent and Brigantine Pickering transmitted in pursuance to a resolution of the House of the 2d instant. 4th February 1802. Ordered to lie on the table.‎

‎Washington Small 8vo. 4 ff. 1802 The commanders of both ships were given orders to sail for the West Indies in the summer of 1800 with mention being made of privateering on American commerce there. The Insurgent sailed from Hampton Roads on 8 August 1800 and the Pickering sailed from New Castle Delaware on 20 August 1800 but they never returned. The Secretary of the Navy presumes that that they were both lost at sea in the equinoctial gale of September 1800. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume. unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 12651

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎Report of the Secretary of the Navy made obedience to the resolutions of the House of Representatives of the twenty fourth and twenty seventh ult. respecting several bills of exchange drawn on Degen Purviance & Company navy agents of the United States at Leghorn in Italy. January 7 1811. Read and ordered to be printed. Printed by order of the house of Representatives.‎

‎Washington: A. & G. Way prs. 8vo. 40 pp.; 1 fold. leaf. 1810 i.e. 1811 The report consists chiefly of correspondence accounts and other supporting documents. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume. Lightly pencilled librarian's notation on title-page. Light foxing. Very good overall. A. & G. Way, prs. unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 18312

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎drop title Commodore ElliottLieutenant Hunter &c. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy transmitting in obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 11th instant the proceedings of a court martial in the case of CG. Hunter &c. February 16 1839. Referred to the Select Committee appointed February 14 instant on charges preferred by Charles C. Barton versus Captain Jesse D. Elliott. C. G.‎

‎Washington: Thomas Allen printer 8vo. 5 pp. 1839 Consists of several letters pertaining to the charges brought by Charles G. Hunter against Jesse D. Elliott. These were requested by the House Committee looking into the case brought by Passed Midshipman Charles C. Barton against Elliott. Government document: 25th Congress 3d Session. Doc. No. 200. Ho. of Reps. Navy Dept. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume; two holes in inner margin not touching text. First page with paper remnants adhered in top left corner and ink numeral in top right corner. Last page with ink notation at bottom margin. Inner margin of first page darkened. Spotting. Thomas Allen, printer unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 13106

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎In Senate of the United States. January 15 1816. : Ordered to be printed for the use of the Senate.‎

‎Washington D.C.: Pr. by William A. Davis 8vo. 8 pp. 1816 Letter: "Navy Department January 13th 1816. Sir In compliance with the request of the hon. committee of the Senate upon naval affairs" providing estimates of the costs of building and equipping a 74-gun ship a 44-gun frigate and a sloop of war. Signed on p. 2 by B.W. Crowninshield and addressed to Charles Tait "chairman Naval Committee of the Senate. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume. Pr. by William A. Davis unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 25374

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎drop title Navy hospitals. Documents to accompany bill H. R. No. 662 authorizing the construction of navy hospitals at Charlestown Massachusetts Brooklyn New York and at Pensacola.‎

‎Washington 8vo. 8 pp. 1831 February 11 1831. Printed by order of the House of Representatives." Consists of the report of the Secretary of the Navy the transmittal letter of the Commissioners of the Navy building estimates and estimates for the furnishing of the hospitals. Government document: 21st Congress 2d Session. Doc. No. 93. Ho. of Reps. Navy Dept. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume. Ink notation in top margin of p. 1. Light spotting. Very good. unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 18920

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎drop title Pay &c. of naval officers and agents. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 4th of February last respecting the pay emoluments and allowances to officers and agents in the naval service of the United States.‎

‎Washington 8vo. 93 pp. 1830 May 29 1830. Read and laid upon the table." Government document: 21st Congress 1st Session. Doc. No. 121. Ho. of Reps. Navy Dept. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume. Ink numeral in top margin of p. 1. Foxing on first several pages. Very good. unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 18911

‎United States. Commissioners of the Navy Pension Fund.‎

‎Letter from the Commissioners of the Navy Pension Fund transmitting their annual statement respecting the operation of their trust; showing the amount of the fund the number of the pensioners and the amount of disbursements.‎

‎Washington D.C.: Pr. by William A. Davis Small 8vo. 7 1 13-15 1 29-84 p. 18 folded leaves. 1816 The letter is addressed to the speaker of the House of Representatives and signed on p. 6: "For the commissioners B.W. Crowninshield." "List of Navy pensioners 1st January 1816" on leaves 6-16. Pages 29-84 concern prize money. Government document: 14th Congress 1st session House doc. no. 20. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume. 19th-century stamp of the War Department Library. Dusty silverfish damage to edges of some leaves. Age-toning. Pr. by William A. Davis unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 12385

‎United States. Commissioners of the Navy Pension Fund.‎

‎Letter from the Commissioners of the Navy Pension Fund transmitting their annual statement respecting the operation of their trust; showing the amount of the fund the number of the pensioners and the amount of disbursements. January 9th 1810. Read and ordered to lie upon the table.‎

‎Washington: Pr. by William A. Davis 8vo. 7 1 13–15 1 29–84 pp.; 19 fold. ff. 1816 Consists of a letter addressed to the speaker of the House of Representatives and signed on p. 6: "For the commissioners B. W. Crowninshield" "List of Navy pensioners 1st January 1816" on leaves 6–16 and "Documents marked A B C D E referred to in the accompanying report of the secretary of the Navy made in behalf of himself and the other commissioners of the Navy Pension Fund" on pp. 29–84 which concerns prize money. Includes 19 folding leaves. Government document: House document United States. Congress. House; 14th Congress 1st session no. 20. Printed at head of title: 20. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume; two stitch holes at inner margin not touching text. Title-page with lightly pencilled librarian's notation and War Dept. Library rubber-stamp. Age-toned. Pr. by William A. Davis unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 18716

‎United States. Navy Department.‎

‎Register of the Navy and Marine Corps. December 11th 1815. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States.‎

‎Washington: Pr. by William A. Davis 8vo. 47 pp. 1814 i.e. 1815 Contains a letter p. 3 from B. W. Crowninshield addressed to Hon. John Gaillard President of the Senate dated December 7th 1815 and six numbered papers on the following subjects: 1 Expenditures and contracts2 the purchase of timber 3 the gradual and permanent increase of the Navy 4 Navy hospitals and 5 the establishment of a dock yard with no. 6 being the register of commissioned and warrant officers of the Navy and Marine Corps. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume. Pr. by William A. Davis unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 25373

‎United States. Navy Department.‎

‎Letter from the Secretary of the Navy transmitting a general view of the state and disposition of the vessels belonging to the Navy of the United States and of the gun boats. May 25th 1809. Ordered to lie on the table.‎

‎Washington City: Pr. by Roger C. Weightman 8vo. 4 pp.; fold. table. 1809 Contents: Title-page letter of transmittal of Paul Hamilton Secretary of the Navy to Hon. Joseph B. Varnum Speaker of the House of Representatives and folding table showing the names of the vessels in the U.S. Navy where each vessel is stationed and their state of readiness; the same information is provided for the gun boats. Scarce: OCLC locates only two copies of this item. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume; gutter margin a little irregular; toning; leaves separating. Small chips at top right corners and very short tear at fore-edges. Folding table with short tear along one fold without extending into text. Title-page rubber-stamped by the War Department Library and with ink notations at top margin. Soiling to title-page. Pr. by Roger C. Weightman unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 11351

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎Letter from the Secretary of the Navy transmitting a statement of the expenditure and application of the monies drawn from the Treasury from the 4th of March to 30th of September 1809. Prepared in obedience to "An act to further to amend the several acts to establish and regulate the treasury war and navy departments." January 5 1810. Ordered to lie on the table.‎

‎City of Washington: A. & G. Way printers 8vo. 2 ff.; 1 fold. leaf. 1810 Consists of a covering letter dated January 3 1810 and addressed to the Speaker of the House; a letter to the Secretary from the naval accountant's office; and the statement prepared by the accountant's office. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume. Lightly pencilled librarian's notation on title-page. Title-page age-browned. A. & G. Way, printers unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 18288

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎drop title Navy hospital Norfolk and Asylum Philadelphia. Documents to accompany bill H. R. No. 170.‎

‎Washington 8vo. 18 pp. 1830 Includes the transmittal letter of the Navy Commissioners the report of the Secretary of the Navy Hospital Fund tables showing the amount of disbursements by the Navy Hospital Fund and construction plans and estimates. Government document: 21st Congress 1st Session. Doc. No. 40. Ho. of Reps. <br/><br/>Removed from a nonce volume. Ink numeral in top margin of p. 1 and notation in lower margin of p. 18. Light foxing. Very good. unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 18917

‎Signac Paul; Marina Ferretti Bocquillon and Francoise Cachin Preface‎

‎Signac Watercolors‎

‎Paris: Vilo international; Adam Biro 2001. First English-language edition. Hardcover. 143pp. Square quarto 30 cm Blue cloth-effect paper over boards with a silver stamped title on the spine. Very good. The bottom fore edge corners of the covers are bumped. The fore edge of the plate at p. 81 is creased. In a very good plus dust jacket with minor surface and edge wear. The author and art historian Marina Feretti-Bocquillon took charge of the Signac Archives in 1985 and was curator of Signac in Saint-Tropez 1892-1913 an exhibition at the Musée de l'Annonciade in Saint Tropez and at the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Reims in 1992. Vilo international; Adam Biro hardcover books‎

Référence libraire : 40939 ISBN : 2845760272 9782845760271

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Ken Sanders Rare Books, ABAA
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‎Vaizey Marina‎

‎THE ARTIST AS PHOTOGRAPHER‎

‎New York: Holt Rinehart & Winston 1982. First American edition. Hardcover. A near fine copy in a similar dust jacket. Picasso declared that every photographer wanted to be a painter. But what is certainly true is that many artists painters sculptors and others have been committed photographers. Here the author traces this special aspect of the interrelationship between art and photography. How and to what purpose artists from Thomas Eakins to Andy Warhol Edgar Degas to Edouard Vuillard and Constantin Brancusi to Henry Moore have taken their own photographs or have had first-hand experience of photographer in their involvement with the camera. This book also contains a wealth of photographs taken by artists from the beginning of photography to today and examples of those artists' work to illustrate the relationship between camera and canvas the infuence of photography on art. 192 pp with chronology bibliography list of illustrations and index. <br/><br/> Holt, Rinehart & Winston hardcover books‎

Référence libraire : ESB11111 ISBN : 0030624274 9780030624278

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Ed Smith Books
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‎United States; Navy Department‎

‎Compilation of Navy and Other Laws from the Revised Statutes at...‎

‎1875. United States. Navy Department. Compilation of Navy and Other Laws from the Revised Statutes and Statutes at Large Passed by the Forty-Third Congress Ended March 4 1875 With an Appendix Containing Such Private and General Relief-Acts Etc. As Are of Interest to the Navy. Washington: Government Printing Office 1875. 374 pp. Octavo 9" x 5-1/2". Contemporary law calf blind fillets to boards red and black lettering pieces to spine. Some rubbing and scuffing joints just starting at ends hinges cracked but secure. Offsetting and some chipping to endleaves interior otherwise clean. "This compilation is designed to embrace such laws of the United States as are of general interest to the Navy the Marine Corps and the Navy Department and to Present a more convenient book of reference than the Revised Statutes." Preface iii. OCLC locates 16 copies. hardcover books‎

Référence libraire : 55210

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The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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‎Navy Department United States‎

‎Court Martial Orders for the Year Ending December 31 1941.‎

‎1944. Navy Department United States. Court-Martial Orders for the Year Ending December 31 1941. Washington: United States Government Printing Office 1944. iv 57 403 pp. Later buckram light shelfwear pencil markings throughout. Ex-library. with stamps. hardcover books‎

Référence libraire : 51527

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The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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‎Navy Department United States‎

‎Index of Court Martial Orders for The Year Ending December 31 1933.‎

‎1934. Navy Department United States. Index of Court-Martial Orders for the Year Ending December 31 1933. Washington: United States Government Printing Office 1934. ii 16 11 10 12 15 15 14 13 11 8 15 14 14 pp. Later buckram light shelfwear. Ex-library. with stamps. hardcover books‎

Référence libraire : 51528

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The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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‎Providence Marine Society:‎

‎CHARTER LAWS &C. OF THE PROVIDENCE MARINE SOCIETY.‎

‎Providence:: Barnum Field. 1824. 12mo. Contemporary plain wrappers stitched 12pp. Rear wrapper with a couple of tears text lightly foxed Good. The rare first printing of the Society's By-Laws adopted as of July 4 1824. Its 1798 Charter of Incorporation appears here for the first time after its 1799 printing. Membership is limited to past or current "commanders of vessels" to provide "for their relief in distress and for the relief of their widows and children." Honorary membership is available to "persons of other professions." Expulsion is authorized for failure to pay dues or if the member "shall sink in to a common drunkard or be guilty of any atrocious vice or become so contentious as to disturb the peace and harmony of the society." OCLC 22844084 2- Yale Brown as of October 2015. 473 NUC 0618173 1- DLC. Not in Sabin Bartlett Eberstadt AI Decker. Barnum Field, unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 16716

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‎Marine Corps‎

‎Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego California: First Battalion Platoon 1071‎

‎American Yearbook Company: Military Division 1000-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. American Yearbook Company: Military Division 20 October 1977 graduating class. Hardcover. Unpaginated. Very good no jacket as issued. Lightly bumped/rubbed at spine ends and board corners. Clean unmarked leaves. Profuse color and black & white photographs. American Yearbook Company: Military Division hardcover books‎

Référence libraire : 032662

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‎TSVETAEVA Marina.‎

‎New Year's: An Elegy for Rilke.‎

‎Easthampton: Adastra Press 2007. First edition. 26 pp. Light bend to three leaves else near fine in printed wrappers. One of 300 copies. Translated from the Russian by Mary Jane White with her introduction.Press compliments slip laid-in. Easthampton: Adastra Press unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 56047

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‎GAGLIARDI Marina.‎

‎Child Man.‎

‎np: Hiram Poetry Review 1972. First edition. 20 pp. Near fine in spiral-bound wrappers. A collection of poems issued as Hiram Poetry Supplement #3. (np): Hiram Poetry Review, unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 48846

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Jeff Maser, Bookseller-ABAA
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‎TSVETAEVA Marina.‎

‎Earthly Signs: Moscow Diaries 1917 1922.‎

‎New Haven & London: Yale University Press 2002. First edition. 248 pp w/notes. Fine in fine dust jacket. Edited and translated by Jamey Gambrell. New Haven & London: Yale University Press unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 42545

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‎LAPALMA Marina.‎

‎Grammars for Jess & Twenty Two Cropped Sets.‎

‎Berkeley: Kelsey St. Press 1981. First edition. 55 pp. Some sunning to spine else very near fine in wrappers. Language poet Ron Silliman's ownership signature on the front free end page. A very early Kelsey St. book. Both sections of the book--'Grammars' and 'Cropped Sets'--are composed of sequences of prose poems hovering somewhere between the genres of the journal fiction and essay an aesthetic strongly suggestive of San Francisco's New Narrative writers. Berkeley: Kelsey St. Press unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 29715

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‎TSVETAYEVA Marina. Feinstein Elaine.‎

‎A Captive Lion: The Life of Marina Tsvetayeva.‎

‎NY: Dutton 1987. First US edition. 289 pp w/index. Fine in very near fine dust jacket. Review slip and promotional photograph of Feinstein laid in. NY: Dutton unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 13719

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‎U. S. Navy.‎

‎U. S. Navy Diving Manual March 1970. NAVSHIPS 0994 001 9010.‎

‎Washington D.C: Navy Department 1970. Quarto paperbound xxiii 687 pp. Title inked to spine; otherwise Fine. Navy Department unknown books‎

Référence libraire : 3069qs

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