Bibliotheca Historica: Or, A Catalogue of 5000 Volumes of Books and Manuscripts Relating Chiefly to the History and Literature of North and South America, Among which is Included the Larger Proportion of the Extraordinary Library of the Late Henry Stevens, Senior, by Barnet, Vt., Founder and First President of the Vermont Historical & Antiquarian Society; the Whole Comprising ... a Collection of Ancient and Modern Books, Rich and Rare, Useful and Common ... Including Many Titles Never Before Recorded in an American Catalogue. Ed. with Introduction and Notes by Henry Stevens, G.M.B., F.S.A. ... To be Sold by Auction by Messrs. Leonard & Co. ... in Boston ... the 5th ... 8th ... April 1870...

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H. O. Houghton, 1870 - America - 234 pages
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