Works. 1608-1631, edited by Edward Arber, Birmingham: 1884. 4° (215 x 170mm). Half title, title printed in red and black, folding facsimile plates. Dark green crushed morocco gilt by Riviere & Son, spine elaborately gilt in compartments (a little faded), top edge gilt, with a 2-page letter from the editor to a Dr. Rouse regarding the copyright of the work inserted at the front. NO. 16 OF 25 COPIES SIGNED BY EDWARD ARBER; together with 2 other works of North American interest in 4 volumes including J.C. Beltrami's A Pilgrimage in Europe and America, leading to the Discovery of the Sources of the Missippi and Bloody River (London, 1828, 2 vols). (8) " /> BELKNAP, Jeremy (1744-1798). <I>The History of New-Hampshire,</I> Boston: Re-printed for the Author, 1792. 3 volumes. 8° (193x115mm). One folding engraved map in vol. II. Modern calf, spines gilt, "Library Board of Trade" (stamps on title). , Capt. John SMITH. <I>Works. 1608-1631,</I> edited by Edward Arber, Birmingham: 1884. 4° (215 x 170mm). Half title, title printed in red and black, folding facsimile plates. Dark green crushed morocco gilt by Riviere & Son, spine elaborately gilt in compartments (a little faded), top edge gilt, with a 2-page letter from the editor to a Dr. Rouse regarding the copyright of the work inserted at the front. NO. 16 OF 25 COPIES SIGNED BY EDWARD ARBER; together with 2 other works of North American interest in 4 volumes including J.C. Beltrami's <I>A Pilgrimage in Europe and America, leading to the Discovery of the Sources of the Missippi and Bloody River</I> (London, 1828, 2 vols). (8) | Christie's