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‎Weyl Nathaniel and William Marina‎

‎American Statesmen on Slavery and the Negro 1st Edition/1st Printing‎

‎Arlington House hardcover New Rochelle NY: Arlington House. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. c1971. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. 0870001175 . A handsome first edition/first printing in Near Fine condition with little edgewear in an alike dust-jacket with some soiling; ; 448 pages .‎

Référence libraire : 50790 ISBN : 0870001175 9780870001178

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‎Wellham John W. G. Lt. Cdr. Royal Navy ret'd‎

‎With Naval Wings: the Autobiography of a Fleet Air Arm Pilot in World War II‎

‎Spellmount Ltd. hardcover Staplehurst Eng. UK: Spellmount Ltd. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1995. First Edition; Second Printing. Hardcover. 0811718867 . A handsome first edition/second printing in Fine condition in alike dust-wrapper. Appendices; Wellham participated on the air raid on Bomba Taranto etc. Foreword by Rear Admiral I. D. G. Garnett Flag Officer Naval Aviation; 199 pages .‎

Référence libraire : 43322 ISBN : 0811718867 9780811718868

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‎Marina Warner‎

‎Joan of Arc The Image of Female Heroism‎

‎Penguin paperback Penguin London 1983. Reprint. Softcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Size: Octavo standard book size. 346 pages. . Black and white photo illustrations. Edges of covers very lightly scuffed else clean crisp copy. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: History; France; Medieval 10th to 15thc; Women & Feminism. ISBN: 0140062416. Inventory No: 13193.‎

Référence libraire : 13193 ISBN : 0140062416 9780140062410

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‎Warner Marina‎

‎Joan Of Arc: The Image Of Female Heroism 1st US Edition/1st Printing‎

‎Alfred A. Knopf hardcover New York: Alfred A. Knopf. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 1981. 1st US Edition; First Printing. Cloth. 0394411455 . First edition/first printing in Near Fine condition light sunning to board edges in alike dust-jacket. From the collection of Betty Anderson legendary art director of publisher Knopf in the late 20th century as evidenced by her small and unobtrusive inventory number and signature on front paste down; ; B&W Photographs .‎

Référence libraire : 20912 ISBN : 0394411455 9780394411453

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‎Wilkinson J. Captain in the Late Confederate States Navy‎

‎The Narrative of a Blockade Runner‎

‎Sheldon & Company hardcover New York: Sheldon & Company 1877. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. 12mo. 252 pages. Brown cloth hardcover with black decorated title on front cover. Decoration and gilt title on spine. Cloth chipped head and base of spine. Light scattered foxing to contents. A small purple stamp "Rancocas Stock Farm Jobstown N. J." stamped on the front paste down. 1877 pencil signature of W P Griswold also on the front paste down. Nevins I p.239.‎

Référence libraire : 10229

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‎Wazhova Marina‎

‎ST. PETERBURG'S DREAMS‎

‎hardcover Fine. 2003. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine blue pictorial hardback about 10x9¼ inches. Unknown inscription on front fly. Russian text. Unpaginated unmarked. ISBN 5901440056 ; OVR28 EBD; Unpaginated pages .‎

Référence libraire : 43393 ISBN : 5901440056 9785901440056

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‎Greene T. N. The Marine Corp Gazette‎

‎The Guerrilla And How to Fight Him: Selections from the Marine Corp Gazette‎

‎Frederick A. Praeger hardcover New York: Frederick A. Praeger 1962. Hardback with dustjacket; illustrations; recommended reading in back; 310 pages. Book is very good: some signs of wear at corners and along edges of cover; text is clean and tight; appears to be unmarked. Dustjacket is very good: signs of rubbing on panels; one tear on spine crease 1/2 inch long; now protected in mylar.‎

Référence libraire : 114116

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‎Haan Marina N. and Richard B. Hammerstrom‎

‎Graffiti in the Big Ten‎

‎Brown House Galleries paperback Madison: Brown House Galleries 1980. Trade paperback 161 pages. Book is good: wear to edges creasing to corners small tear starting at top of spine. Text is clean and tight with no marks.‎

Référence libraire : 55868

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‎Bureau of Ships US. Navy Department U. S.‎

‎Radar Electronic Fundamentals NavShips 900 016. TO. 16 1 195 T. O.‎

‎Bureau of Ships, Navy Department paperback Washington D. C.: Bureau of Ships Navy Department 1944. Trade paperback; black and white illustrations diagrams charts tables figures on almost every page; appendix; index; 474 pages. Book is good: light sunning to edges; sunning to spine; long red line down front cover alongside spine; foxing to covers; light foxing on text block; light scoring on text block; text block is otherwise clean and tight.‎

Référence libraire : 86864

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‎Brownlee Marina Scordilis‎

‎The Severed Word: Ovid's Heroides and the Novela Sentimental‎

‎Princeton University Press hardcover Princeton NJ: Princeton University Press 1990. Hardback red boards red dust jacket 272 pages. Book is as new appears unread. Dust jacket is very good: light wear to extremities; light rubbing to covers.‎

Référence libraire : 7917

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‎Polvay Marina‎

‎The Dracula Cookbook: Authentic Recipes from the Homeland of Count Dracula‎

‎Gramercy Books hardcover New York: Gramercy Books 2000. Hardback with dustjacket; illustrations by Mark Podwal; 253 pages. Book and dustjacket are near fine: no apparent flaws; text is clean tight and crisp; appears unread.‎

Référence libraire : 78590

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‎Grant Marina Alexee‎

‎Painted Country Woodcrafts‎

‎Meredith Press hardcover New York: Meredith Press 1993. Hardback with dust jacket 10 by 9 1/4 inches 213 pages. Book is as new. Dustjacket is very good: wear to edges.‎

Référence libraire : 35612

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‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎drop title In Senate of the United States. February 27 1816. Navy Department February 26 1816. Sir In obedience to a resolution of the honourable Senate of the United States of the 8th instant I have the honour to transmit herewith the papers A B C D E F which contain all the information that the records and files of this department afford upon the several subjects of inquiry.‎

‎Printed by William A. Davis unknown Washington D.C.: Printed by William A. Davis 1816. 8vo. 49 pp. <br><br>From the AAS OPAC: "Concerning negotiations for the purchase of the captured ship Cyane and the sale of other prizes captured during the War of 1812. Presumably printed by William A. Davis printer to the Senate during the first session of the Fourteenth Congress. <br><br>Shaw & Shoemaker 39413. Removed from nonce volume. Foxed copy.‎

Référence libraire : 25686

‎Gere Charlotte & Marina Vaizey.‎

‎Great women collectors.‎

‎Philip Wilson hardcover London: Philip Wilson 1999. Folio 27 cm 10.6". 208 pp. <br><br>Biographies of famous female collectors from Catherine the Great to Peggy Guggenheim richly illustrated with images of the women and their outstanding stuff. Photographic dust jacket protected by mylar not price clipped over bright red boards; bottom edge bumped but no damage to jacket. Neat black "remainder" mark near spine on bottom edge; practically new!‎

Référence libraire : 30106

‎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.‎

‎Pr. by William A. Davis unknown Washington: Pr. by William A. Davis 1816. 8vo. 8 pp. <br><br>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>Shaw & Shoemaker 39508. 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.‎

Référence libraire : 15741

‎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.‎

‎Pr. by Roger C. Weightman unknown Washington City: Pr. by Roger C. Weightman 1814. 8vo. 29 pp. <br><br>Register of the U. S. Navy. Signed in type: "Navy Department February 19 1814. W. Jones. <br><br>Shaw & Shoemaker 33260. Removed from a nonce volume. Untrimmed copy. Crayon check-mark at top margin of p. 1.‎

Référence libraire : 13227

‎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.‎

‎Blair & Rives, printers unknown Washington: Blair & Rives printers 1838. 8vo. 6 pp. <br><br>On using armed steamers for coastal and harbor defense. Government document: 25th Congress 2d Session. Senate. 495. 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.‎

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.‎

‎Pr. by Robert Armstrong unknown Washington: Pr. by Robert Armstrong 1854. 8vo. 131 pp. <br><br>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. 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.‎

Référence libraire : 11315

‎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.‎

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

Référence libraire : 18911

‎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.".‎

‎William A. Davis unknown Washington: William A. Davis 1817. 8vo. 5 1 pp. <br><br>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>Shaw & Shoemaker 42463 & 42510. Removed from a nonce volume; gutter margin a little irregular; edges darkened. Title-page rubber-stamped by the War Department Library.‎

Référence libraire : 11561

‎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.‎

‎A. & G. Way, printers unknown City of Washington: A. & G. Way printers 1810. 8vo. 2 ff.; 1 fold. leaf. <br><br>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>Shaw & Shoemaker 21689. Removed from a nonce volume. Lightly pencilled librarian's notation on title-page. Title-page age-browned.‎

Référence libraire : 18288

‎United States. Secretary of the Navy.‎

‎Dry Dock New York Harbor: Report of the Secretary of the Navy.‎

‎Blair & Rives unknown Washington D.C.: Blair & Rives 1844. 8vo. 15 1 pp. <br><br>Report on the possibility of building a dry dock in New York using the waters of the Croton aqueduct as the elevating power. Dock must be able to accommodate a ship of 74 guns. HR Document 146 28th cong. 1st sess. Removed from a nonce volume. Two small round holes in inner margins as for a binder.‎

Référence libraire : 11958

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎Letter from the Secretary of the Navy transmitting an estimate of the sums necessary to be appropriated for repairs of vessels store rent pay of armourers freight and contingent expenses of the Navy for the year 1806 prepared in obedience to a resolution of the House of Representatives of the tenth instant. April 11 1806. Read and ordered to lie on the table.‎

‎A. & G. Way, printers unknown City of Washington: A. & G. Way printers 1806. 8vo. 4 pp. <br><br><br><br>Shaw & Shoemaker 11598. Removed from a nonce volume. Librarian's lightly pencilled notation on title-page. Light spotting and staining at inner margins.‎

Référence libraire : 16889

‎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.‎

‎Pr. by William A. Davis unknown Washington D.C.: Pr. by William A. Davis 1816. Small 8vo. 7 1 13-15 1 29-84 p. 18 folded leaves. <br><br>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>Shaw & Shoemaker 39497. Removed from a nonce volume. 19th-century stamp of the War Department Library. Dusty silverfish damage to edges of some leaves. Age-toning.‎

Référence libraire : 12385

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

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

‎unknown Washington 1830. 8vo. 18 pp. <br><br>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. 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.‎

Référence libraire : 18917

‎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.‎

‎Pr. by William A. Davis unknown Washington: Pr. by William A. Davis 1816. 8vo. 14 pp. <br><br>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>Shaw & Shoemaker 39507. 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.‎

Référence libraire : 11358

‎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.‎

‎Pr. by Roger C. Weightman unknown Washington City: Pr. by Roger C. Weightman 1809. 8vo. 4 pp.; fold. table. <br><br>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>Shaw & Shoemaker 18925. 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.‎

Référence libraire : 11351

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

‎drop title In Senate of the United States. February 27 1816. Navy Department February 26 1816. Sir In obedience to a resolution of the honourable Senate ... of the 8th instant I have the honour to transmit herewith the papers A B C D E F which contain all the information that the records and files of this department afford upon the several subjects of inquiry.‎

‎Pr. by William A. Davis unknown Washington: Pr. by William A. Davis 1816. 8vo. 49 pp. <br><br>Concerning negotiations for the purchase of the captured ship Cyane and the sale of other prizes captured during the War of 1812. Consisting of the letter of transmittal on pp. 1–2 signed in type: B. W. Crowninshield. Government document: Senate document United States. Congress. Senate; 14th Congress 1st session no. 55. Printed at head of title: 55. <br><br>Shaw & Shoemaker 39413. Removed from a nonce volume. Lightly pencilled librarian's notation and War Dept. Library rubber-stamp on title-page. Upper and outer edges of title-page darkened. Light to heavy spotting.‎

Référence libraire : 16912

‎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.‎

‎unknown Washington 1831. 8vo. 8 pp. <br><br>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. Removed from a nonce volume. Ink notation in top margin of p. 1. Light spotting. Very good.‎

Référence libraire : 18920

‎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.‎

‎A. & G. Way, printers unknown City of Washington: A. & G. Way printers 1806. 8vo. 2 ff.; 1 fold. leaf. <br><br>Includes the letter of transmittal and a folding table. <br><br>Shaw & Shoemaker 11596. Removed from a nonce volume. A librarian's lightly pencilled notation on the title-page. Very good.‎

Référence libraire : 17066

‎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.‎

‎A. O. P. Nicholson, printer unknown Washington: A. O. P. Nicholson printer 1856. 8vo. 136 pp. <br><br>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. 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.‎

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.‎

‎unknown Washington 1851. 8vo. 3 pp. <br><br>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. Removed from a nonce volume. Pencilled numeral in top right corner of p. 1. Leaves detached.‎

Référence libraire : 18798

‎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.‎

‎unknown Washington 1802. 8vo. 6 pp. <br><br>Contains a list of frigates and present state of service e.g. undergoing repairs heading to the Mediterranean for each. <br><br>Shaw & Shoemaker 3306. Removed from a nonce volume. Very good.‎

Référence libraire : 15027

‎United States. Navy Department.‎

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

‎Pr. by William A. Davis unknown Washington: Pr. by William A. Davis 1814 i.e. 1815. 8vo. 47 pp. <br><br>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>Shaw & Shoemaker 36368. Removed from a nonce volume.‎

Référence libraire : 25373

‎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 ...‎

‎A. & G. Way, prs. unknown Washington City: A. & G. Way prs. 1807. 8vo. 30 2 pp. <br><br>December 2nd 1807 read and ordered to lie on the table." Government document: House document United States. Congress. House of Representatives. <br><br>Shaw & Shoemaker 13948. Removed from a nonce volume. Pages a bit age-toned with some light foxing.‎

Référence libraire : 17142

‎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.‎

‎Pr. by R. C. Weightman unknown Washington City: Pr. by R. C. Weightman 1809. 8vo. 4 pp. <br><br>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>Shaw & Shoemaker 18953. 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.‎

Référence libraire : 11485

‎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.‎

‎Pr. by A. Boyd Hamilton unknown Washington: Pr. by A. Boyd Hamilton 1852. 8vo. 209 pp. <br><br>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. 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.‎

Référence libraire : 16865

‎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.‎

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

Référence libraire : 18912

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

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

‎unknown Washington 1803. 8vo. 20 pp. <br><br>28th December 1803. Read and ordered to lie on the table. <br><br>Shaw & Shoemaker 5327. Removed from a nonce volume. Pencilled librarian's notation on title-page. Very good.‎

Référence libraire : 18770

‎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.‎

‎Pr. by Roger C. Weightman unknown Washington City: Pr. by Roger C. Weightman 1813. 8vo. 19 pp. <br><br>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>Shaw & Shoemaker 30207. Removed from a nonce volume. Some toning. Overall very good.‎

Référence libraire : 12035

‎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.‎

‎William A. Davis unknown Washington: William A. Davis 1817. 8vo. 53 pp. <br><br>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.<br>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>Shaw & Shoemaker 42512. Removed from a nonce volume; outer margin darkened. Rubber-stamp of the War Department Library on the first page; light age-toning a few spots.‎

Référence libraire : 13094

‎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.‎

‎Pr. at the Globe Office, by F. P. Blair unknown City of Washington: Pr. at the Globe Office by F. P. Blair 1832. 16mo. 79 pp. <br><br>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. Original front wrapper soiled chipped with top third of wrapper lost; back wrapper missing paper over spine gone. Sewing gone signatures loose.‎

Référence libraire : 11441

‎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.‎

‎unknown Washington 1802. Small 8vo. 4 ff. <br><br>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>Shaw & Shoemaker 3308. Removed from a nonce volume.‎

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.‎

‎A. & G. Way, prs. unknown Washington: A. & G. Way prs. 1810 i.e. 1811. 8vo. 40 pp.; 1 fold. leaf. <br><br>The report consists chiefly of correspondence accounts and other supporting documents. <br><br>Shaw & Shoemaker 24305. Removed from a nonce volume. Lightly pencilled librarian's notation on title-page. Light foxing. Very good overall.‎

Référence libraire : 18312

‎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.‎

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

Référence libraire : 18909

‎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.‎

‎Pr. by William A. Davis unknown Washington: Pr. by William A. Davis 1816. 8vo. 7 1 13–15 1 29–84 pp.; 19 fold. ff. <br><br>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>Shaw & Shoemaker 39497. 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.‎

Référence libraire : 18716

‎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.‎

‎Pr. at the Globe Office, by F. P. Blair unknown City of Washington: Pr. at the Globe Office by F. P. Blair 1833. 16mo. 81 pp. <br><br>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. 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.‎

Référence libraire : 11442

‎United States. Navy Dept.‎

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

‎Pr. by William A. Davis unknown Washington D.C.: Pr. by William A. Davis 1816. 8vo. 8 pp. <br><br>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>Shaw & Shoemaker 39380. Removed from a nonce volume.‎

Référence libraire : 25374

‎United States. Navy Department.‎

‎Register of the commissioned and warrant officers of the Navy of the United States including officers of the Marine Corps for the year 1835.‎

‎Pr. by Blair & Rives unknown City of Washington: Pr. by Blair & Rives 1835. 16mo. v 1 95 pp. <br><br>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 a pay table a list of vessels with basic data for each i.e. number of guns when and where built and its present situation and location and a list of vessels attached to several foreign stations and the officers belonging to each vessel. Original wrappers; chipped with paper loss to spine and bottom right corner of front wrapper and partial loss of imprint; front wrapper pasted to front blank leaf. A bit of soiling to wrappers and a few brown spots to rear blank pages; other pages clean.‎

Référence libraire : 11417

‎United States. Navy Department.‎

‎drop title Admiral Baudin and Commodore Shubrick. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy transmitting a copy of the correspondence between Admiral Baudin and Commodore Shubrick. March 19 1840. Read and laid upon the table.‎

‎Blair & Rives, printers unknown Washington: Blair & Rives printers 1840. 8vo. 15 pp. <br><br>Concerning a meeting between William Branford Shubrick 1790–1874 commander of U. S. naval forces in the West Indies and Gulf of Mexico and Charles Baudin 1784–1854 commander of French naval forces in the Gulf of Mexico with much discussion of ceremonial procedure. Government document: 26th Congress 1st Session. Doc. No. 150. Ho. of Reps. Navy Dept. Removed from a nonce volume; two holes in inner margin not touching text. Light spotting. Title-page with number inked in upper right corner by an early hand.‎

Référence libraire : 11618

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