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10182 - LOT OF 4 CONFEDERATE BONDS, includes, $500, Green overprint, Montgomery issue, C #7, bond very fine, trimmed tight, $1000, City of Richmond bond, Jefferson Davis, C #130, bond fine, trimmed close to edges, $100, Soldier stands by tree, some light stains, good borders, $1000 Stonewall Jackson, C #122, vignette of Jackson, pink paper, some repairs to coupon area, some repairs to bond, popular issue, the lot of 4 bonds.........................$225.00   if perfect would retail for $400+

10183 - A GROUP OF CIVIL WAR PAPERS 1861-1864, 10 PAPERS BOSTON AND NEW YORK, Boston Evening Transcript, April 30th, 1861, The World, NY, Dec. 22, 1862, New York Tribune March 11th, 1863, March 12th, 1863, March 14th, 1863, March 16th, 1863, March 18th, 1863, March 19th, 1863, March 20th, 1863 [Front page map "Rebel Defenses of Port Hudson"], Boston Herald June 3rd, 1864...The War in Arkansas, Capture of Kingston, NC, recent engagement against Franklin, TN, the Siege of Vicksburg, the pursuit if Van Dorn in Tennessee, fight on the Yazoo, 7000 Rebels captured, Yazoo City captured, Rebel fleet destroyed, Negroes to be drafted, the Siege of Vicksburg, the navy attack on Port Hudson, closing in around Charleston, the battle of the Black River near Vicksburg, the gunboat Mississippi burned at Port Hudson, Farragut's flagship disabled, Grant's actions at Cold Harbor, Rebel casualties. BONUS 4 additional papers that have damage but good content thrown in with the 10 listed................................................$125.00



10184 - THE WAR OF 1812
, The New York Post, issues of 1814, 16" X 22", complete issues of this newspaper during the last year of the War, all will contain War news, issues are in very fine condition just a trifle loose at spine from disbinding, we will pick out an issue from July - December, 5 different issues for.................................................
$85.00


100827 - LOT OF THREE DIFFERENT SUTLER'S SCRIPT, 11TH MICHIGAN, 29TH MICHIGAN, AND 74TH INDIANA, 11th Michigan Script by C. E. Newhall Sutler, script signed by C. Hoyt Co., H, 11th Michigan, Feb. 1865, pre-printed and filled in, very fine; 29th Michigan, Anderson, TN, April 1865, rare manuscript form by the Captain of the 29th Michigan, requesting that the Sutler Williamson advance John Houghtaling $5 worth of tobacco and charge it to him, very fine, 72nd Indiana Vol., pre-printed and filled in script made out to the Sutler E. G. Newhall from George Briler for $3.00. Very fine, the Michigan forms are un-listed. The lot of three examples.................................................$210.00

THE OLD WEST IN 1875

100804 - CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA, CHARLESTON, SC, TWO DIFFERENT CONFEDERATE PAPERS, the Charleston Mercury, November 21st, 1862, folio sized issue. The situation at Fredericksburg, VA, feelings that McClellan will not advance, irregular edge but a solid paper. The Charleston Daily Courier, October 21st, 1861, large folio issue, news from Norfolk, the Missouri situation, large 4 page issue with fold separations repaired with archival tape, priced very expensively as a pair........................................$125.00

FORT DONELSON, CORINTH, SHILOH, AND THE CAPTURE OF NEW ORLEANS

8297 - AN ARCHIVE OF 18 ISSUES OF HARPERS WEEKLY AND FRANK LESLIE'S ILLUSTRATED NEWSPAPER OF 1862 ALL DEALING WITH THE TENNESSEE AND MISSISSIPPI CAMPAIGNS, FT. DONELSON, CORINTH, AND SHILOH, AND THE CAPTURE OF NEW ORLEANS, Includes the following issues:  Harpers Weekly, March 1st, 1862, March 8th, 1862, Leslie's March 8th, 1862, Harpers March 15th, 1862, Leslie's March 15th, 1862, Harpers March 22nd, 1862, Harpers April 26th, 1862, Leslie's Supplement April 26th, 1862, Harpers May 3rd, 1862, Leslie's War Supplement May 3rd, 1862, Leslie's May 17th, 1862, Leslie's War Supplement May 17th, 1862, Harpers June 7th, 1862, Leslie's June 14th, 1862, Harpers June 21st, 1862, Leslie's June 21st, 1862, Leslie's July 19th, 1862, Harpers November 1st, 1862. Hundreds of woodcut prints. Complete coverage of Ft. Donelson, Corinth, Shiloh, and the capture of New Orleans, many double page center fold. All are complete issues of 16 pages and in very fine condition. Leslie's are scarcer than Harpers and there are several nice issues here. If priced separately these issues would retail for $30-$45 each and these are selected issues for specific content, as a group [$23.61 each]...........................................................................$425.00/the lot

100806 - CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA, THREE CONFEDERATE PAPERS FROM NEW ORLEANS, the New Orleans Daily Crescent, August 9th, 1861, 4 page folio, news of the Battle of Bulls Run, Davis and Beauregard at the battlefield, Privateers in the Atlantic, news from the seat of War in Virginia. The Daily Delta, December 5th, 1861, Columbus, KY action, a large Naval force at Savannah, Confederate aid sent to Kentucky. The Daily Delta, November 30th, 1861, 4 page folio, the Pirate Sumter chased at sea, 25,000 Federals at Savannah, the expedition against Charleston and Savannah, the attack on Columbus, KY, all 3 issues in very good - fine condition................................$210.00/all three

100805 - CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA, NEW ORLEANS, LA. TWO DIFFERENT CONFEDERATE PAPERS, The New Orleans Daily Crescent, July 18th, 1861, 8 page folio, the War in Missouri, the Battle of Carthage, the War in West Virginia, advance of McDowell. Very good. corner missing on one page. The Daily Delta, November 14th, 1861, 4 page folio issue, insurrection in East Tennessee, Polk addresses his army, Beaufort in the hands of the enemy, the effects of the new blockade, slave content, fine.................................................$150.00/pair

60701 - A LOT OF 25+ ANTEBELLUM NEW ORLEANS NEWSPAPERS, all dated in the 1850's are primarily the famous New Orleans Delta with some New Orleans Crescent's. All 4 pages are 18" X 24". These papers have ads for the sale of SLAVES and for the recapture of run-a-way SLAVES, ILLUSTRATED Mississippi River Steamboat ads, steamship and sailing ship ads, early medical ads, and much more. We have gone over our stock and have put this group together that have faults but all papers are complete. Some have edge tears that we have restored with archival tape, some have some stains, some have old archival tape repairs and some have edge chips where dis-bound. These are an excellent deal for the collector or dealer. 25+..........................................$250.00      With a few extra thrown in that is less than $10 each!

EARLY CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY WORK

22804 - THE CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, New York, Volume 1 issues October 21st, 1826 to March 27th, 1827, 21 issues. The voice of the Methodist-Episcopal Church in America. 4 pages, news of the Church's work in missions around the world and in the US with Indians, foxed but firm paper, the lot of 21 issues.................................................$65.00

22800 - 10 ISSUES OF THE NEW YORK EVENING POST 1801 - 1802, THE AGE OF JEFFERSON, 4 page issues, numerous merchant and shipping ads, political news of the day. The Post was founded by Alexander Hamilton with about US $10,000 from a group of investors in the autumn of 1801 as the New York Evening Post, a broadsheet. Hamilton's co-investors included other New York members of the Federalist Party, such as Robert Troup and Oliver Wolcott, who were dismayed by the election of Thomas Jefferson as U.S. President and the rise in popularity of the Democratic-Republican Party. The meeting at which Hamilton first recruited investors for the new paper took place in then-country weekend villa that is now Gracie Mansion. Hamilton chose William Coleman as his first editor. 1 - 1801 issue [#18] and 9 dated in various months in 1802. Condition is very good to fine, usual handling blems, light age tone, very early issues..............................................................$125.00

2137 - THE COLUMBIAN CENTINEL/MASSACHUSETTS FEDERALIST, Boston, Mass. 3 complete issues, March 28th, April 8th, May 6th, 1801. 14" X 20", news includes letters by Thomas Jefferson and John Adams. A letter regarding Cow Pox and Small Pox, a letter from Napoleon Bonaparte, with much more news of the day. The Columbian Centinel (1790 - 1840) was a Boston, Massachusetts, newspaper established by Benjamin Russell. It continued its predecessor, the Massachusetts Centinel and the Republican Journal, which Russell and partner William Warden had first issued on March 24, 1784. The paper was "the most influential and enterprising paper in Massachusetts after the Revolution. In the Federalist Era, it was aligned with Federalist sentiment. Until ce. 1800 its circulation was the largest in Boston, and its closest competitor was the anti-Federalist Independent Chronicle ("the compliments that were frequently exchanged by these journalistic adversaries were more forcible than polite"). All three issues in fine condition..................................SOLD



 

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