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Fifth Annual Report of the the Stockholders

By [RAILROADS]. La Crosse & Milwaukee Rail Road Company

Milwaukee: [The Company]; Daily News Book and Job Steam Printing Office, 1857. . 8vo, yellow wrappers, front printed This is not a later printing of Library of Congress, Modelski No. 440. There is no inset and the copyright is 1856


The Constitution of the Reformed Dutch Church of North America


Philadelphia: G. W. Mentz & Son, 1840. . 16mo, full contemporary leather, worn; partial leather spine label; ownership notation, dated 1858 on the verso of the front free endpaper The Appendix, the last 131 pp. contains "Formularies for the use of the churches together with rules and orders for the government of the General Synod" (pp. 46-48 of the first pagination


Scintillae Ignatianae, sive santi Ignatii de Loyola...apophthegmata sacra, per singulos ani dies distributa, et ulteriori considerationi proposita

By IGNATIUS of Loyola

Graecii [Graz]: : Apud Haeredes Widmanstadii, 1712. . 24mo in half-sheets, full contemporary calf; spine tooled with 3 raised diamonds on three leafed panels Handsome little volume; the first Hevenesi edition appearing in 1703. Day-by-day spiritual exercises edited by the great Hungarian Jesuit scholar Hevenesi


A Resurrection Sermon, Also, a Small Collection of Hymns, &c


Greencastle [Pa.]: Published by James Sterret, Proprrietor. Printed by E. Robinson, 1850. . 12mo in half-sheets, plain blue wrappers, bottom front corner lacking large segment; has been fold vertically; corners dog-eared No copy located in OCLC. One copy in NUC (New York State Library--Albany). Priced at 15 cents and "Circulated for the use of candid and generous readers, as well as for the Pecuniary Assistance of one who has been afflicted with the loss of his eyesight, since the sixteenth day of August 1846.


Lames Celestes

By MARJAY Frederic P.

Lisbonne: Livraria Bertrand, 1955. . Small folio, paper-covered pictorial boards, black cloth spine INSCRIBED on the blank preceding the half-title to Hector Bolitho. Reproductions of religious art, outlining the life and death of Christ