RARE AMERICAN ANTI-ALCOHOL RELATED PAMPHLET. [c.1840’s]. [CHEEVER, George Barrell, (1807-90)]. The Dream: Or The True History of Deacon Giles’s Distillery, and Deacon Jones’s Brewery. Reported for the Benefit of Posterity. “It was a Dream, yet not all a dream”. Folding frontispiece illustration, numerous woodcut engravings within the text. Interior: light soiling, light soiling, spotting. Binding: Original yellow wrappers. (Binding frail, text block hanging by a thread in places, wrappers detached, some chipping and tearing with loss, soiling). 32pp. 8vo. New York and Boston: Printed For the Publisher’s. [no date c. 1843-48].
BLAKE, John Lauris. Evenings in Boston. Frontispiece 120,  pp. Interior: Browning to pages, some staining. Exterior: Publisher’s quarter, pictorial boards (heavy stain to upper board, corners bumped, worn). PROVENANCE: “Charles E Miller from his affectionate grand-mother Hannah Miller…1828”. 8vo. Boston, Bowles and Dearborn, 1827.
WHITNEY, George. A COMMEMORATIVE DISCOURSE Pronounced at QUINCY, MASS., 25 May, 1840, on the Second Centennial Anniversary of the Ancient Incorporation of the Town. With an appendix. Pamphlet. , 71,  pp. (Occasional light spotting, some closed tearing, light chipping, first few pages coming loose). Dis-bound (no covers/boards) 8vo. Boston: James Munroe and Company, 1840.