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American Antiquarian Society. On the likelihood of an admixture of Japan-
ese blood on our northwest coast. Record of Japanese vessels driven upon
the northwest coast of America and its outlying islands. Read before the
Society at their April meeting. By Horace Davis. Worcester, 1872.

Svo, pp. 22. Map.

Reprinted from the Proceedings. (230a

American Antiquarian Society. A brief notice of the library and cabinet of
the Society, from the report of the Council, presented April 30, 1873. By
Nathaniel Paine. Worcester. 1873.

Svo. pp. 59. Plates.

One hundred and fifty copies printed. (237

American Antiquarian Society. An essay on the Star-Spangled Banner and
national songs. By Stephen Salisbury. Read before the Society, October
21, 1872. Worcester, 1873.
Svo. pp. 15."

Reprinted from the Proceedings. (237a Same [second edition], with additional notes and songs. Worcester, 1873.

Svo, pp. 24.

One hundred copies. (238

American Antiquarian Society. Early maps of America; and a note on Rob-
ert Dudley and the Arcano del Mare. Read before the Society, October
21. 1873, by Edward E. Male. Worcester, 1874.

Svo. pp. 10.

Reprinted from the Proceedings. (230

American Antiquarian Society. The history of printing in America, with a
biography of printers and an account of newspapers. In two volumes.
By Isaiah Thomas. Second edition. With the author's corrections and
additions and a catalogue of American publications previous to the Revolu-
tion of 177t*>. Published under the supervision of a special committee of the
Society. Albany. 1874.

8vo, Vol. I, pp. lxxzvl, 423; Vol. II, pp. viii, OtlO, 47. Portrait. Folded plate.

Also form Vols, v and vi of the Archwologiu Americana. The catalogue of

pre-Revolutionary publications was compiled by S. V. Haven. (240

American Antiquarian Society. List of the publications of the Society, with
prices. [Worcester], 1874.

8vo, pp. 2. (241

American Antiquarian Society. The Mathers and the witchcraft delusions.
By Samuel F. Haven. Worcester, 1874.

Svo. pp. 14.

Fifty copies reprinted from the Proceedings. (242

American Antiquarian Society, Memoir of Isaiah Thomas, by his grandson,
Benjamin Franklin Thomas. Boston, 1874.

8vo. pp. 73. Portrait. (242i

American Antiquarian Society. Memorandum as to the discovery of the bay
of San Francisco. By John T. Doyle. With introductory remarks by John
D. Washburn. Read before the Society at their annual meeting, October
21. 1873. Worcester, 1874.

Svo, pp. 14.

Reprinted from the Proceedings. (243

H. Doc. 923, 59-1, vol 2 4

American Antiquarian Society. A memorial of Governor John Endeoott

Read before the American Antiquarian Society, October 21, 1873. By

Stephen Salisbury. Worcester, 1874.

8vo. pp. 44.

One hundred copies reprinted from Transactions, No. 61, pp. 113—154. (244

American Antiquarian Society. Origin and early progress of Indian missions
in New England, with a list of books in the Indian language printed at
Cambridge and Boston, 1653-1721. From the report of the Council of the
Society. By J. Hammond Trumbull. Worcester, for private distribution,
1874.

Svo. pp. BO.

Reprinted from the Proceedings. (245

American Antiquarian Society. Report of the Librarian, S. F. Haven [April
29, 1874]. [Worcester, 1874.]
8vo. pp. 14. No title-page.
Reprinted from the Proceedings. (24G

American Antiquarian Society. Address to the members of the Society pro-
nounced in King's Chapel, Boston, on their fourth anniversary, October 23,
1810. By William Beutley. Worcester, [1875].

8vo, pp. 28.

Printed for the first time from the manuscript. (247

American Antiquarian Society. Catalogue of publications In what is now the
United States, prior to the Revolution of 1775-70. By Samuel F. Haven.
[Worcester, 1875.]

8vo, pp. 858. No title-page.

This is a reprint of the Catalogue printed In Vol. it of Thomas's History of
Printing. (24S-240

American Antiquarian Society. Records of the Council for New England:
some newly discovered portions of the records, with remarks on the adverse
fortunes of the Council. By Charles Deane. Worcester, 1875.

8vo, pp. 15. (250

American Antiquarian Society. Troy and Homer. Remarks on the discover-
ies of Dr. Heinrich Schliemann in the Troad. Part of the report of the
Council of the Society presented April 2, 1875, by Stephen Salisbury, presi-
dent of the Society. Worcester, 1875.

8vo, pp. 50.

Two hundred and fifty copies reprinted from the Proceedings. (251

American Antiquarian Society. An account of the Society, with a list of its
publications. Prepared for the International Exhibition of 1870. By Na-
thaniel Paine. Worcester. 1876.

Svo, pp. SO. Photographs.

Pages 20-30 contain list of officers elected October, lS7.r>; members, January,
1876. Some copies have only 20 pp.. omitting the lists. (252

American Antiquarian Society. The criminal laws of Massachusetts. Sub-
stance of remarks of Judge [P. E.] Aldrich. Worcester, 1870.
Svo, pp. i n.

one hundred copies reprinted from the Proceedings. (253

American Antiquarian Society. List of officers and members, January 1, 1870.
Worcester, 1870.

Svo, pp. 7. (254

American Antiquarian Society. Notes, historical and bibliographical, on the laws of New Hampshire. By Albert H. Hoyt. Worcester, 1870.

Svo. pp. 19.

One hundred copies reprinted from the Proceedings. (—.■».">

American Antiquarian Society. Portraits and busts in the possession of the Society and other associations in Worcester, Massachusetts. Reprinted from the "Historical and Genealogical Register" for January, 1870. By Nathaniel Paine. Boston, 1870.

Sro. pp. 7. Portrait. (250

American Antiquarian Society. An account of the Society. Prepared for the

International Exhibition, 1870. [By Nathaniel Paine.] [Worcester, 1,870.]

Svo. pp. 28. No title-page. (257

American Antiquarian Society. Publications of the Society. By Nathaniel Paine. Worcester, 1870.

Svo, pp. 15.

Thirty copies printed. (2B8

American Antiquarian Society. Report of the Council of the Society, made

October 21, 1875. By Samuel A. Green. Worcester, 1870.

8vo, pp. 19.

One hundred and fifty copies reprinted from the Proceedings. (25!)

American Antiquarian Society, Report of the librarian. I With remarks on libraries and library buildings, and on archaeological investigations. By S. F. Haven.] .Worcester. 1870.

8vo. pp. 39-71. No title-page.

Reprinted from the Proceedings. (20O

American Antiquarian Society. The Mayas, the sources of their history. l>r. Le Plongeon in Yucatan; his account of discoveries. By Stephen Salisbury, Jr. Worcester, 1877.

svo. pp. 103. Map. Three plates.

Three hundred copies reprinted from the Proceedings. (201

American Antiquarian Society. [Notice of Alexander von Humboldt and his services to American archaeology. By S. F. Haven. Worcester, 1877.]

8vo. pp. 10. No title-page.

Reprinted from the Proceedings. (2(12

American Antiquarian Society. Report of the Council of the Society, at the semi-annual meeting, April 25, 1877. by John D. Washburn. Worcester, 1870.

8ro. pp. 3L>.

With remarks on early poets and poetry of New England.

Reprinted from the Proceedings. (20K-20-1

American Antiquarian Society. [Report of the librarian, October 122. 1877, with remarks on Humboldt and American archaeology. By Samuel P. Haven. Worcester, 1878. |

Svo. pp. 10. No title-page.

Reprinted from the Proceedings. (205

American Antiquarian Society. Lieut. Gen. John Burgoyne and the Convention of Saratoga, one hundred years ago. A paper read before the Society on the 22d of October, 1877. By Charles Deane. Worcester, 1878. 8vo, pp. 71. (200

American Antiquarian Society. Massachusetts and Maine, their union and separation. A paper read before the Society, April 24, 1S78, by P. Emory Aldrich, Worcester, 1878.

Svo, pp. 24.

One hundred copies reprinted from the Proceedings. (267

American Antiquarian Society. On the decrease of the relative number of college-educated men in Massachusetts during the present century. By Edward Hitchcock. [Worcester, 1878.]

Svo, pp. 5. No title-page.

Reprinted from the Proceedings. (2<W-2«9

American Antiquarian Society. Antiquarian papers. Memorial of Governor John Endecott; reception of Governor John Winthrop at Salem, June 12, KEJO, a sequel of the memorial. Presentation of the portrait of President Salisbury to the Society, October 21, 1878. Removal of the tomb of Isaiah Thomas, founder of the Society. Worcester, 1879.

8vo, pp. (2), 78. Portraits.

Reprinted from the Proceedings.

Contents: Memorial of Governor John Endecott, by Stephen Salisbury: Reception of Governor John Winthrop at Salem, July 12. 1630; A sequel of the memorial of Governor John Endecott, by Stephen Salisbury; Report of Samuel A. Green in behalf of the committee to procure a portrait of the president of the Society, with remarks by George E. Ellis, George F. Hoar, and response of President Salisbury; Removal of the tomb of Isaiah Thomas, founder of the Society, June 24, 1H78 [with addresses by Charles E. Pratt, Stephen Salisbury, and John D. Baldwin 1 ; Note on concluding ceremonies. (270

American Antiquarian Society. h day at Mount Vernon in 1797, a paper read before the Society, April 30, 1879, by Hamilton B. Staples. Worcester, 1879.

Svo, pp. 1.1.

One hundred and fifty copies reprinted from^he Proceedings. (2T1

American Antiquarian Society. List of books received by the Society, from the sale of the first part of the Brinley library; to which is added a catalogue of the Mather publications previously in the Society's library. Compiled by Nathaniel Paine. Worcester, 1879.

8vo, Pp. (8). 57. Twenty-five copies. Some copies only 54 pages. Pages 55-57 contain addenda giving list of some of the more important works purchased at the sale of the second part of the Brinley library. (272

American Antiquarian Society. The Mexican Calendar Stone. By Philipp .k J. Valentini. translated by Stephen Salisbury, jr. LWorcester,J 1879.

8vo, pp. 2f>. Plate.

Twenty-five copies reprinted from the Proceedings. (273

American Antiquarian Society. The Mexican Calendar Stone. By Philipp J. J. Valentini. (From the German.) Terra-cotta figure from Isla Mujeres, northeast coast of Yucatan. Archaological communication on Yucatan, by Augustus Le Plongeon. Notes on Yucatan, by Alice P. Le Plougeou. Compiled and arranged by Stephen Salisbury, Jr. Worcester, 1879.

Svo, pp. M. Illustrated. Plates.

Reprinted from the Proceedings. (274

American Antiquarian Society. Mexican copper tools: the use of copi>er by the Mexicans before the conquest. By Philipp J. J. Valentini. From the German, by Stephen Salisbury, Jr. Worcester, 1879.

Svo, pp. 41. Illustrated.

Fifty copies printed. (273

American Antiquarian Society. Proceedings on the presentation of a portrait of Samuel F. Haven, librarian of the Society since April, 18(>8. [Worcester,

Svo. pp. 7. No title-pace.

One hundred copies reprinted from the Proceedings. (27<(

American Antiquarian Society. The Katunes of Maya history. A chapter in

the early chronology of Central America. By Philipp J. J. Valentin!. Translated by Stephen Salisbury, Jr. Worcester, 1880.

Svo. pp. 00. Illustrated. (277

American Antiquarian Society. The Landa Alphabet; a Spanish fabrication. By Philipp J. J. Yalentlnl. Worcester, 1880.

Svo. pp. 35. Ililustrated.

Reprinted from the Prone-lings. (278

American Axtiquabian Society. Mexican copper tools: the use of copper by the Mexicans before the conquests and the Katunes of Maya history, a chapter in the early history of Central America, with special reference to the Pio Perez manuscript. By Philipp J. J. Valentini. Translated from the German, by Stephen Salisbury, Jr. Worcester, 1880.

8vo, pp. 102. Illustrated.

Reprinted from the Proceedings. (271>

American Antiquarian Society. Report of the Council, October 21, 1879, with remarks upon Mexico, its history, and government. By John D. Washburn. Worcester, 1880.

Svo. pp. 35.

One hundred copies reprinted from the Proceedings. (380

American Antiquarian Society. Report of the librarian, Samuel F. Haven, made April 28, 1880. Worcester, 1880.

Svo, pp. 8. 0

Fifty copies. (28-1

American Antiquarian Society. By-laws, adopted October 21, 1881. Worcester. 1881.

Svo, pp. 7. No tltle-paffe.

Reprinted from the Proceedings. (282

American Antiquarian Society. The centennial of the Massachusetts constitution. By Alexander H. Bullock. Prepared at the request of the president of the Society, and read April 27, 1881. Worcester, 1881. Svo. pp. 56.

Reprinted from the Proceedings. I2S:{

American Antiquarian Society. From the record of proceedings of the Society at the semi-annual meeting, April 27, 1881. 1 Semi-annual report of the Council.] Worcester, 1881.

Svo, pp. 5. No title-page.

Extract from the report of the Council, April 27, 1RS1, being remarks upon the resignation of Samuel F. Haven, librarian. (2Mt

American Antiquarian Society. List of orderly books and kindred records in the library of the Society. [Compiled by Nathaniel Paine.] [Worcester, 1881.]

Svo. pp. 3. No title-page.

Fifty copies reprinted from the Proceedings. |2S."J

American Antiquarian Society. Mayapan and Maya Inscriptions. By Augustus Le Plongeon. Worcester, 1881.

Svo, pp. 39. Illustrations.

Reprinted from the Proceedings. (280

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