Catalogue of Books and Pamphlets, Atlases, Maps, Plates, and Autographes Relating to North and South America

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F. Muller & Company, 1877 - America - 218 pages
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Page 13 - A bibliographical and historical essay on the Dutch books and pamphlets relating to New-Netherland and to the Dutch West India Company and to its possessions in Brazil, Angola etc.; as also on the maps, charts, etc.
Page 65 - HISTORY of the colonization of the free states of antiquity, applied to the present contest between Great Britain and her American colonies.
Page 56 - Collection of Voyages Undertaken by the Dutch EastIndia Company, for the Improvement of Trade and Navigation. Containing an Account of several Attempts to find out the North-East Passage, and their Discoveries in the East-Indies, and the South Seas.
Page 14 - A Complete Historical, Chronological, and Geographical American Atlas : being a Guide to the History of North and South America and the West Indies ; exhibiting an accurate Account of the Discovery, Settlement, and Progress of their various Kingdoms, States, Provinces, &c.
Page 79 - Relation d'un voyage dans la mer du Nord, aux côtes d'Islande, du Groenland, de Ferro, de Schettland, des Orcades et de Norwège, fait en 1767 et 1768 par M.
Page 27 - History of the War of Independence of the United States of America, translated from the Italian •by GA Otis, 3 vols 8vo.
Page 159 - Stevens, Henry. Historical Nuggets. Bibliotheca Americana; or, A Descriptive Account of My Collection of Rare Books Relating to America.
Page 110 - Voyages et découvertes faites par les Russes le long des côtes de la Mer Glaciale et sur l'Océan Oriental, tant vers le Japon que vers l'Amérique.
Page 5 - The Addresses and Messages of the Presidents of the United States, from Washington to Harrison.
Page 65 - Though he humble himself, and go crouching, yet take good heed and beware of him, and thou shalt be unto him as if thou hadst wiped a looking-glass, and thou shalt know that his rust hath not been altogether wiped away.

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