JUKES, Joseph Beete (1811-69). General Report of the Geological Survey of Newfoundland, London: John Murray, 1843. 8° (221 x 133mm). Folding hand-coloured lithographed plan frontispiece, and folding hand-coloured map. (Title a little spotted.) Original publisher's cloth (spine a little faded). FIRST EDITION.
An Authentic Account of a Conversion and Experience of a Negro, London: T. Wilkins, [?1795]. 4pp. 8° (202 x 126mm). Drop-head title. Unbound as issued.
The American Anti-Slavery Almanac for 1837 [1838 and 1840], Cincinnati [1836-1837], New York . 3 issues in one volume, 8° (192 x 117mm). Wood-engraved illustrations. (Browned and spotted throughout.) Old wrappers, original printed wrapper of issue III bound-in (worn). Provenance: James R. W. Sellwood (old signature on title). cf. Sabin 81821.
With 16 other books on America and Canada including A Grammar of the Cherokee language (n.p., n.d., uncut and unbound pamphlet), Nathaniel Gould's Instructions for making Gasè, and Mitis and Rimouski, in the River St. Lawrence (London, 1832, PRESENTATION COPY), T. W. Magrath's Authentic Letters from Upper Canada (Dublin, 1833), Lord Glenelg's Despatches to Sir F. B. Head, Bart. during his administration of the Government of Upper Canada (London, 1839), Thomas Chandler Haliburton's The Bubbles of Canada (London, 1839) and Charles H. Brown's Insurrection at Magellan (Boston, 1854). (19)