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1 CARUTHERS, E. W. Revolutionary Incidents: and Sketches of Character, Chiefly in the "Ol
1854 Book Duodecimo Philadelphia 
CARUTHERS, E. W. Revolutionary Incidents: and Sketches of Character, Chiefly in the "Old North State." By the Rev. E. W. Caruthers, D.D. Philadelphia: Hayes & Zell, 193 Market Street. 1854. (Philadelphia, King & Baird, Printers.) 12mo.

Bound publisher's original embossed maroon cloth with faded gilt lettering on spine, gilt eagle & shield on front cover, bottom half of original spine lacking but sometime partially rebacked with a piece of maroon cloth, heavily worn through original cloth on all edges of cover and with corners worn down, top of spine chipped away, original owner's name scratched out on front paste-down endpaper but remaining is "Bought in Raleigh Feb. 5th 1855," modern bookplate of M.S. Carothers on front paste-down endpaper, lacking 3cm strip along fore-edge of front free endpaper, endpapers soiled some, light foxing throughout, scattered marginal dampstains. Collation: 1-36. Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright, [iii]-iv contents, [v]-xii preface, [13]-431pp, (1) blank. Howes C210. Sabin 11167. First Edition, first series.

A standard history of the Revolutionary War in North Carolina, though partly by remembrance and tradition. Chapters include: Causes of Toryism in North Carolina; Regulators--their Origin and History; Scotch Highlanders; Attempt of McDonald to reach Wilmington; Battle of Moore's Creek; Capture of the Court in Pittsboro; Battle at McFall's Mill; Capture of Gov. Burke; Colonel Andrew Balfour; Colonel Wade and the Affair at Piney Bottom; The Battle of Elizabethtown; etc.
Price: 60.00 USD
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2 EATON, ARTHUR WENTWORTH Church of England in Nova Scotia and the Tory Clergy of the Revolu
1892 Book Octavo London 
EATON, ARTHUR WENTWORTH. The Church of England in Nova Scotia and the Tory Clergy of the Revolution. By Arthur Wentworth Eaton, B.A. Presbyter of the Diocese of New York. Second Edition. London, James Nisbet & Co., 21 Berners St., 1892. Octavo.

Bound publisher's maroon cloth with gilt lettering on spine, old library call number tag on spine, 1 corner bumped, cloth spotted and soiled, brown endpapers just starting to crack at inside hinges but hinges tight, stamp of "St. Charles Seminary Library, Carthagena, Ohio" on lower part of title page, card and corner pocket on rear paste-down endpaper, deckle page edges, very light tanning of pages. Author's inscription on top of title: "Theodore C. Williams, With love from Arthur Wentworth H. Eaton, New York, March 4, 1892." Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, (1) dedication, (1) blank, [v]-viii Preface, (1) quote, (1) blank, ((1) contents, (1) blank, [xiii]-xiv important dates, [1]-313, (1) blank, [315]-320pp index.

"The attention I have given to biography, in this volume, has seemed to me necessary from the fact that the Church in Nova Scotia, which has been quite out of the range of great movements of thought, and great events, has had, notwithstanding among its clergy and laity a large number of distinguished men. Many of its early clergy were highly educated and able men, who at the Revolution left comfortable parishes in the older Colonies for raw missions in the Nova Scotia and New Brunswick wilds, and long and manfully did the Church's work on these new shores."--Preface.
Price: 30.00 USD
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3 WATERSTON Churches in Delaware During the Revolution with a Brief Account of The

WATERSTON, ELIZABETH. Churches in Delaware During the Revolution with a Brief Account of Their Settlement and Growth. Wilmington, Hist. Soc. of Del., 1925, ix, 117pp, ills., index, cover mottled. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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4 WHIPPLE, EDWIN P. Washington and the Principles of the Revolution. An Oration Delivered
1850 Pamphlet Octavo Boston 
WHIPPLE, EDWIN P. Washington and the Principles of the Revolution. An Oration Delivered before the Municipal Authorities of the City of Boston, at the Celebration of the Seventy-Fourth Anniversary of the Declaration of American Independence, July 4, 1850. By Edwin P. Whipple. Boston: 1850. J.H. Eastburn, City Printer. Octavo.

Pamphlet bound in modern olive cloth spine with light tan paper over thin boards, pamphlet with light tanning and foxing, a few small dog-ears torn off. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, (1) request to print, (1) blank, [5]-30pp, (2) blank.

Edwin Percy Whipple (1819-1886) author, lecturer in the heyday of the lyceum movement. "He exhibited logical analysis, a playful imagination, discriminating criticism and a sensitive love of beauty... one of the most brilliant writers of our time"--John Lathrop Motley as quoted by the Dict. of Amer. Biography XX:68.
Price: 25.00 USD
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