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Allgemeines Staatsrecht. Von Dr. Bluntschli. Zweite Auflage. Erster Band [General Constitutional Law. By Dr. Bluntschli. Second Edition. Volume One]. Munchen: Literarisch-Artistische Anstalt der J.G. Cotta'schen Buchhandlung, 1857 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    Two notes on a blank page following the text: "Sachsenspiegel uber Sklaverei [Sachsenspiegel (the first code of laws written in German in the 13th Century) on slavery]." "Every institution which does not suppose the people good etc. Robspierre"

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good but with some yellowing
  • Numbered Pages – 515
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – JC233.B56 (for a later 4th edition of 1868 also in two
    volumes)
  • OCLC Number – 23265946 (for this edition); 10908155 (for the later 4th
    edition of 1868)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this edition at Harvard University
    Harvard College Library; Johns Hopkins University; Keio University, Tokyo;
    and seven libraries in Europe. WorldCat lists the 4th edition of 1868 in 22
    libraries in the United States, two in Japan, and six in Europe
  • Notes

    In German

Allgemeines Staatsrecht. Von Dr. Bluntschli. Zweite Auflage. Zweiter Band [General Constitutional Law. By Dr. Bluntschli. Second Edition. Volume Two]. Munchen: Literarisch-Artistische Anstalt der J.G. Cotta'schen Buchhandlung, 1857 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    On a blank page following the text: "Juvenal's famous: O demens, ita servus homo est [Are you crazy, is a slave a man]?"

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good but with some yellowing
  • Numbered Pages – 565
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – JC233.B56 (for a later 4th edition of 1868 also in two
    volumes)
  • OCLC Number – 23265946 (for this edition); 10908155 (for the later 4th
    edition of 1868)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this edition at Harvard University
    Harvard College Library; Johns Hopkins University; Keio University, Tokyo;
    and seven libraries in Europe. WorldCat lists the 4th edition of 1868 in 22
    libraries in the United States, two in Japan, and six in Europe
  • Notes

    In German. Includes a cumulative index for both volumes I and II

Mr. Ambrose's Letters on the Rebellion, by John P. Kennedy. New York: Hurd and Houghton; Baltimore: James S. Waters, 1865
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair, yellowed and brittle
  • Numbered Pages – 246
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – E458.K35
  • OCLC Number – 1258932
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 118 libraries in the United States
    and one in Ontario
  • Notes

    In English

An Analytical Digest of the Military Laws of the United States. A compilation of the constitutional and statutory provisions concerning the military establishment, in all its branches and relations, accompanied by judicial and executive decisions explanatory of the text. Robert N. Scott. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1873
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 510
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – UB500.S45
  • OCLC Number – 1743595
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 75 libraries throughout the United
    States and one in British Columbia
  • Notes

    In English. Includes an index

The Ancient and the Modern Teacher of Politics. An Introductory Discourse to a Course of Lecture on the State. Delivered on the 10th of October, 1859, in the Law School of Columbia College check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor. Brittle cover, back cover detached, loose pages
  • Numbered Pages – 35
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – JA86 .L6
  • OCLC Number – 19063063
  • Other copies reported – JA87 .L72, YA10282 YA Pam (Rare Book)
  • Notes

    In English. Envelope containing item says "An Introductory Discourse of Lectures on the State. Lieber"

Anna ou L'Aveugle Sourde-Muette de l'Institut des Sourds-Muets de Bruge [Anna, or the Blind Deaf-Mute of the Bruge Institute for Deaf-Mutes]. L'Abbe C. Carton, Gand (Ghent): C. Anoot-Braeckman, 1843
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    On inside front cover: "Voyez mon journal de ma visite a Bruges." Marks and notes in French in the margins

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor, binding coming apart, pages brittle and yellowed
  • Numbered Pages – 94
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – New York Public Library
  • Notes

    In French

Die Bedeutung und die Fortschritte des Modernen Völkerrechts [The Significance and Progress of Modern International Law]. J.C. Bluntschli, Sammlung Gemeinverstandlicher Wissenschaftlicher Vortrage [Collection of Popular Science Lectures], No. 2, Berlin: C.G. Luderitz, 1866 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair, some brittleness, yellowing, frayed edges, but
    pages intact
  • Numbered Pages – 64
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – JX1245.B7 (for revised edition of 1873)
  • OCLC Number – 34778423
  • Other copies reported – Yale University Library; Cornell University; Brown
    University; University of London Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
  • Notes

    In German

The Case of the Cherokee Nation Against the State of Georgia; Argued and Determined at the Supreme Court of the United States, January Term 1831. Richard Peters, Philadelphia: John Grigg, 1831
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber

    "Presented to Dr Lieber by his friend Richard Peters

  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor, pages brittle, yellowed, water spots, edges frayed
  • Numbered Pages – 286
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – E99.C5P4
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – Also in the Library of Congress Law Library under
    Trials
  • Notes

    In English

Catalogue of the South Carolina College 1854
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, binding broken, pages brittle, torn, crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – 80
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – Not listed in WorldCat
  • Notes

    In English. Included in book slipcase labeled "Pamphlets Vol. II" on spine

Celebration of the Battle of King’s Mountain, October, 1855, and the Address of the Hon. John S. Preston, together with the proceedings of the meetings and accompanying documents. John S. Preston, Yorkville, SC: Published for the Committees by Miller and Melton, 1855
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, binding broken, pages brittle, torn, crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – 108
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – E241.K5C3
  • OCLC Number – 5732838
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 30 libraries throughout the United
    States
  • Notes

    In English. Included in book slipcase labeled "Pamphlets Vol. II" on spine

The Character of the Gentleman. Francis Lieber. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1864 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    April 19, 1947. Donated to JAG by Mrs. C.F. Stearns, daughter of Gen. Lieber." Signature of " Thomas H. Stearns, Major General, JAG." On leaf "From the Library of G. Norman Lieber."

  • Physical Condition – Very good. Slight water damage from page 51 on.
  • Numbered Pages – 125
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – BJ1521 .L7 1864
  • OCLC Number – 3371775
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Binding says Character of the Gentleman. Lieber.

The Character of the Gentleman. Francis Lieber. Third and much enlarged edition, Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1864
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 121
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – BJ1521.L7 1864
  • OCLC Number – 3371775
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 33 libraries throughout the United
    States and one in Nova Scotia
  • Notes

    In English. This is copy two of two copies in this collection

Chief Points in the Laws of War and Neutrality, Search and Blockade; With the Changes of 1856, and Those Now Proposed. John Fraser Macqueen. London and Edinburgh: William and Robert Chambers, 1862
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    Articles added to beginning of book. Handwitten notes in the book. Handwritten notes at end of book.

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 108
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – JX4521 .M3
  • OCLC Number – 4457458
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English

The Constitution of the United States Defined and Carefully Annotated. George W. Paschal, Washington, D.C.: W.H. & O.H. Morrison, 1868
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    Some check marks in the margins

  • Physical Condition – Good/fair, some yellowing and some slightly torn edges
  • Numbered Pages – There should be 407 numbered pages but there are only
    406. The last page is missing
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – JK241.P27 1868
  • OCLC Number – 779089
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 68 libraries throughout the United
    States
  • Notes

    In English. Includes an index. Includes an excerpt of an article from the New York Nation of February 1, 1872, inserted at page 59 in the text, which argues that the 14th and 15th Amendments do not give the right to vote to women. A general orders on the right of Congress to regulate telegraph lines, found in this book, is loose in a manila envelope in Box 14 in this collection

Constitutional History of England from 1760 to 1860. Charles Duke Yonge. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1882 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    One line at back of book

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 454 + 6
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – DA533 .Y56
  • OCLC Number – 343776
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English

The Constitutional History of England Since the Accession of George Third, 1760-1860, by Thomas Erskine May, C.B. [Companion of the Order of the Bath]. In two volumes. Vol. I. New York: W.J. Widdleton, Publisher, 1874
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair, some yellowing and brittleness
  • Numbered Pages – 484
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – JN216.M3
  • OCLC Number – 10635866 (for this edition)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this edition in 9 libraries in the United
    States. Later editions are listed in numerous libraries worldwide
  • Notes

    In English. Includes an index to this volume. Includes advertisements after the numbered pages, for other books by the same publisher

The Constitutional History of England Since the Accession of George Third, 1760-1860, by Thomas Erskine May, C.B. [Companion of the Order of the Bath]. In two volumes. Vol. II. New York: W.J. Widdleton, Publisher, 1874
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair, some yellowing and brittleness
  • Numbered Pages – 596
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – JN216.M3
  • OCLC Number – 10635866 (for this edition)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this edition in 9 libraries in the United
    States. Later editions are listed in numerous libraries worldwide
  • Notes

    In English. Includes an index to this volume. Includes advertisements after the numbered pages, for other books by the same publisher

The Constitutional Text-Book: A Practical and Familiar Exposition of the Constitution of the United States, and of Portions of the Public and Administrative Law of the Federal Government. Designed Chiefly for the Use of Schools, Academies, and Colleges. Furman Sheppard, Philadelphia: Childs & Peterson, 1855 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages

    A Comparative Chart of the Constitutions of the States

  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good/fair, pages slightly brittle and yellowed
  • Numbered Pages – 324
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – JK221.S54 1855
  • OCLC Number – 6493685
  • Other copies reported – Digital reproduction on the University of Michigan’s
    Making of America Website
  • Notes

    In English

De Delictis Militum Hostilium et in Milites Hostiles. Dissertatio quam illustris ictorum ordinis auctoritate pro summis in utroque iure obtinendis honoribus, die XVIII. Mensis Martii MDCCCXI, H.L.Q.C. [hora locoque consueto] defendet Fridericus Gotthelf Schmidt, Viteberga-Saxo, Iuris Utriusque Candidatus [Offenses Committed by or to Enemy Soldiers. Dissertation defended by Frederick Gotthelf Schmidt of Witteberg-Saxony, Candidate in Law, at the customary time and place, on March 18, 1811, for the highest honors in law under the due authority of the most illustrious judges]. Friedrich Gotthelf Schmidt, Vitebergae (Wittenberg): Ex Officina Typographica Friderici Immanuelis Seibt, 1811 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor, pages brittle, yellowed, edges frayed and torn, title
    page and several other pages preserved with rice paper backing
  • Numbered Pages – 34
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – Not listed in the Library of Congress, Antiqbook
    or WorldCat
  • Notes

    In Latin

De Iure Aerarii Militaris Romani ac Hodierni. Dissertatio quam illustris iureconsultorum ordinis auctoritate H.L.Q.C. [hora locoque consueto] die XXII Maii A.C. CMDCCLXXXVIII pro summis in utroque iure honoribus capessendis proponet M. Godofredus Ludovicus Winckler Lipsiensis [The Law of the Roman Aerarium Militare (Fund for Disabled Veterans) Even to This Day. Dissertation offered by Gottfried Ludwig Winckler of Leipzig, at the customary time and place, on May 22, 1788, for the highest honors in law, under the due authority of the most illustrious jurists]. Lipsiae (Leipzig): Litteris Saalbachiis, 1788 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor, pages brittle, yellowed, edges frayed and torn, title
    page and last page preserved with rice paper backing
  • Numbered Pages – 49
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – Not listed in the Library of Congress, Antiqbook
    or WorldCat
  • Notes

    In Latin. Includes an 18-page addendum announcing the award of the doctorate degree on May 31, 1788

Deutsche Geschichte im Zeitalter der Reformation [History of the Reformation in Germany]. Leopold Ranke. Vol. 2. Berlin: Dunder und Humblot, 1839
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good/fair, pages slightly brittle and yellowed
  • Numbered Pages – 483
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – BR305.R3 1839
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – The Library of Congress has a 1925 edition,
    BR305.R375, and an English translation, History of the Reformation
    in Germany, 2 vols., BR305.R4 1966
  • Notes

    In German. Vols. 3 and 4 are in Box 2

Deutsche Geschichte im Zeitalter der Reformation [History of the Reformation in Germany]. Leopold Ranke. Vol. 5. Berlin: Dunder und Humblot, 1843
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good/fair, pages slightly brittle and yellowed
  • Numbered Pages – 502
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – The Library of Congress has a 1925 edition,
    BR305.R375
  • Notes

    In German. Vols. 3 and 4 are in Box 2

Deutsche Geschichte im Zeitalter Reformation. Leopold Ranke. Vol. 3 Berlin: Dunder und Humblot. 1840
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair
  • Numbered Pages – 603
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – BR305 .R375 (1925 edition)
  • OCLC Number – 4277918 (1925 edition), 734902 (1844 English translation)
  • Other copies reported – BR305 .R375 (1925 edition)
  • Notes

    In German

Deutsche Geschichte im Zeitalter Reformation. Leopold Ranke. Vol. 4 Berlin: Dunder und Humblot. 1840
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair, some water spotting
  • Numbered Pages – 542
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – BR305 .R375 (1925 edition)
  • OCLC Number – 4277918 (1925 edition), 734902 (1844 English translation)
  • Other copies reported – BR305 .R4 1844 (1844 English translation)
  • Notes

    In German

The Different Systems of Penal Codes in Europe; Also, a Report on the Administrative Changes in France, Since the Revolution of 1848. H.S. Sanford, Late Charge d'Affaires of the United States at Paris. Washington: Beverly Tucker, Senate Printer, 1854 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good/fair, pages slightly brittle and yellowed
  • Numbered Pages – 404
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – JM2546
  • OCLC Number – 958932
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Includes a message from President Franklin Pierce ordering the printing of this report for the Senate in compliance with a resolution of the Senate

Digest of Opinions of the Judge Advocate General of the Army, Including Opinions Given Since the Issue of the Digest of 1865, Together with Those Contained in that Edition. Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office, 1866
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    Name hand written on second page preceeding title page.

  • Physical Condition – Fair. Some section of book have browned paper, others
    have stain marks.
  • Numbered Pages – 252
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – UB500.5 1866
  • OCLC Number – 15138220
  • Other copies reported – AC901 .M45 vol. 465, no.15 Misc Pam (LC Rare Book
    Room)
  • Notes

    In English. Spine label says "Digest of Opinions of the Judge Advocate General of the Army 1866."

A Digest of the Decisions in the Office of the Second Comptroller of the Treasury, compiled under the direction of the comptroller, by John W. Butterfield. Third Edition, revised and enlarged, with notes and references to authorities. Washington, D.C.: W.H. & O.H. Morrison, Law Booksellers and Publishers, 1869
  • Inserts, fold–out pages

    Pasted on page 21: a clipping from an unidentified newspaper dated September 18, 1874, on problems of army recruitment

  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    Extensive notes by G. Norman Lieber on notebook pages inserted and numbered by him, 343-357. There are also notes in the margin on pages 17 and 99

  • Physical Condition – Pamphlet pages are stained and brittle. Print cut from
    nespaper is also stained and brittle.
  • Numbered Pages – 342
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – LAW <United States 8 Comptroller of the Treasury>
  • OCLC Number – 17465633
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 11 libraries throughout the
    United States
  • Notes

    In English. Includes an index. A newspaper clipping and a one-page general orders originally found in this book, are loose in a manila envelope in Box 14 in this collection

A Digest of the Laws, Customs, Manners, and Institutions of the Ancient and Modern Nations. By Thomas Dew. New York: D. Appleton & Company, 1853
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair, some yellowing and brittleness
  • Numbered Pages – 662
  • Scannable – Maybe, but binding seems a little stiff
  • LC Call Number – D21.D4
  • OCLC Number – 4896658
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 58 libraries in the United
    States, and at Edinburgh University Library. A digital reproduction is
    available on the University of Michigan’s Making of America Website.
  • Notes

    In English. Does not have an index. The spine title is given simply as, History of Ancient and Modern Nations

The Diplomacy of the Revolution: An Historical Study. William Henry Trescot, New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1852 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber

    "Professor Lieber with the respects of the author"

  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor, binding is crumbling, pages brittle and yellowed
  • Numbered Pages – 169
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – E249.T79
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English

Discours de M. Thiers sur le Regime Commercial de la France prononces a l'Assemblee Nationale les 27 et 28 Juin 1851 [Speech by Mr. Thiers on the Commercial Policies of France, delivered to the National Assembly on June 27 and 28, 1851]. Paris: Paulin, Lheureux et Cie, 1851 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    Comments handwritten on loose-leaf notebook page inserted before title page

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 144
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – HF1544.T45 1851
  • OCLC Number – 6036964
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 19 libraries worldwide
  • Notes

    In French

Dissertatio Inauguralis de Iuribus Ex Statu Militari Veterum Germanorum Pendentibus [Inaugural Dissertation on the Law Based on Military Status in Old Germany] check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    Not listed in the Library of Congress, Antiqbook or WorldCat

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair, some yellowing and water damage, last page torn
    and taped
  • Numbered Pages – 152
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In Latin. Does not give author, publisher, or year published. Latest year mentioned is 1739

Dissertatio inauguralis iuridica de Poenis Militum Famosis quam ex decreto et auctoritate illustris ictorum Lipsiensium ordinis praeside Dn. Gustavo Henrico Mylio icto curiae supremae provincialis et facultatis iuridicae assessore die IIX. Iunii MDCCXLI, pro summis in utroquoque iure honoribus obtinendis publico eruditorum examini submittit Gotthelf Ehrenfried Wend Grimma Misnicus [Inaugural juridical dissertation on Penalties for Libel of Military Men, submitted by Gotthelf Ehrenfried Wend of the Margravate of Grimma, as a public examination of his knowledge to obtain the highest honors in law, on June 8, 1741, by the decree and authority of the illustrious judges of Leipzig under the supervision of Lord Gustav Heinrich Mylius, supreme judge of the provincial court and judicial assessor]. Lipsiae (Leipzig): Ex Officina Langenhemiana, 1741 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor, pages brittle, yellowed, edges frayed, title page
    preserved with rice paper backing
  • Numbered Pages – 40
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – Not listed in the Library of Congress, Antiqbook
    or WorldCat
  • Notes

    In Latin with occasional brief explanations in German

Dissertatio inauguralis juridica, de Desertoribus, quam ex decreto et authoritate magnifici ictorum ordinis in alma ac per-antiqua electorali Universitate Erfordiensi, sub praesidio facultatis juridicae decani, Dn. Conr. Wilh. Streckers/JCti, praefatae facult. et jud. lect. provinc. assessoris, professoris publici, nec non civitat. stnd. et causar. tutel. consulentis, pro licentia summos in utroque jure honores ac privilegia doctoralia legitime consequendi, die XXXI, Augusti MDCCXXXIII, in auditorio jctorum majori horis consuetis, publicae disquisitioni submittet autor Joannes Jodocus Pape, mil. caesar. Erfordiens. praetor. ibidemque juris practicus [Inaugural juridical dissertation on Deserters, submitted for public inquiry by the author, Joannes Jodocus Pape, a soldier of the Emperor, and a magistrate in practical law, right here and right now in Erfurt, at a hearing by the great judges at the customary time, on August 31, 1733, to obtain the highest honors and doctoral privileges due in law, by the decree and authority of the great judges under the sponsorship of the venerable electors of the University of Erfurt, under the supervision of the Dean of the Faculty of Law, Lord Conrad Wilhelm Streckers/Judge, who has served as lecturer in law, provincial assessor, public professor, and has even pleaded for, protected, and counseled ordinary citizens]. Erfordiae (Erfurt): Typis Jo. Christoph. Heringii, Acad. Typogr., 1733
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair, some yellowing, brittleness, but good for its age
  • Numbered Pages – 18
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – Gottingen State and University Library (Staats und
    Universitatsbibliothek Gottingen)
  • Notes

    In Latin. The numbered pages are followed by two unnumbered pages of Latin poems, and an eight-page epilog by Conrad Wilhelm Strecker, Dean of the Faculty of Law

Dissertatio Iuris Militaris Praesertim Saxonici Capita Potiora sistens quam praeside Carolo Friderico Trillero, Phil. et Iur. Utr. Doctore die XI Maii A.R.S. [Anno Reparatae Salutis] MDCCLXXXV, H.L.Q.C. [hora locoque consueto], publice defendet auctor Carolus Wilhelmus Augustus a Kamienski Eq. Thuringus [Dissertation on Military Justice, Especially as Enforced by the Leaders of Saxony, publicly defended by the author, Carolus Wilhelmus Augustus a Kamienski, Knight of Thuringen, on May 11, at the customary time and place, In the Year of Our Redemption 1785, under the supervision of Carolus Fridericus Trillerus, Doctor of Philosophy and Law]. Vitebergae (Wittenberg): Typis Adami Christiani Charisii, 1785 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor, pages brittle, yellowed, edges frayed, title page and
    dedication page preserved with rice paper backing
  • Numbered Pages – 48
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – Not listed in the Library of Congress, Antiqbook or
    WorldCat
  • Notes

    In Latin. Includes a dedication page preceding the title page, dedicated to Lord Carolus Augustus a Gersdorff

Dorchester in 1630, 1776, and 1855. An Oration Delivered at Dorchester, on the Fourth of July, 1855. Edward Everett, Boston: Printed and Published by David Clapp, 1855
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, binding broken, pages brittle, torn,
    crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – 80
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – F74.D5E9 (expanded edition)
  • OCLC Number – 3024384 (expanded edition)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists the expanded version in 55 libraries
    throughout the United States
  • Notes

    In English. This is an abridged edition which does not include "also an account of the proceedings in Dorchester at the celebration of the day." This edition is included in book slipcase labeled "Pamphlets Vol. II" on spine

Le Droit International Codifié par M. Bluntschli [International Law Codified by Mr. Bluntschli. Translated from the German by Charles Hardy, with a Preface by Edouard Laboulaye, Paris: Librairie de Guillaumin et Cie, 1870
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    "Aristotle" is written on the inside back cover, not clear by whom

  • Physical Condition – Very poor, binding broken, pages brittle, torn,
    crumbling, water damaged
  • Numbered Pages – 478 (pages 479-480 are missing)
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – JX1268.B45 1870
  • OCLC Number – 10869287
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 14 libraries in the United
    States and in 13 worldwide
  • Notes

    In French. Translated from the German

The Duties of Judge Advocates: Compiles from Her Majesty's and the Hon. East India Company's Military Regulations, and from the Works of Various Writers on Military Law. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1845 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    Note on inserted page before title page by F.L. (Francis Lieber) written on 3/20/1863 says, "I am told that this is the best Engl work on the Judge Advocate. The price is enough to frighten a grenadier- $4.75. So I did not feel authorized to buy it for you, and must beg you take it as a post-Christmas present." Another note written on another page inserted before the title page reads "Saved from wreck of Marion at Double Heade Shot Key April 2/63."

  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    "G(uido). N(orman). Lieber" written on title page.

  • Physical Condition – Fair. General yellowing.
  • Numbered Pages – 223
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – UB845 .G7 H8
  • OCLC Number – 17624099
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Book spine says "Duties of Judge Advocates." Two hand-written notes before title page.

Elements of International Law and Laws of War. H.W. (Henry Wager) Halleck. Philadelphia: J.B.Lippincott & Co., 1866
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    One note on last page.

  • Physical Condition – Very Poor. Front cover and spine cover missing.
    Damaged pages. Brittle pages. Torn pages.
  • Numbered Pages – 380
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – JX2475 .E3 1866, Microfilm 61988 JX
  • OCLC Number – 3087223
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English

Encyclopædia Americana. A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature, History, Politics, and Biography, Brought Down to the Present Time; Including a Copious Collection of Original Articles in American Biography; on the Basis of the Seventh Edition of the German Conversations-Lexicon. Edited by Francis Lieber, assisted by E. Wigglesworth and T. G. Bradford . Vol. V. Philadelphia: Carey and Lea, 1831
  • Inserts, fold–out pages

    Inside the back cover: Table: Statistical View of All the European States, for 1828; and advertisements for other books published by this publisher

  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor, yellowed, brittle, water damaged, some pages
    stuck to each other at top, edges frayed and crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – 622
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – AE5.E296; AE5.E2974; AE5.E298; AE5.E299 (for later
    editions)
  • OCLC Number – 664332 (for a later 1833 edition)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists the later 1833 edition in 68 libraries in
    the United States and one in Canada
  • Notes

    In English. This collection has volumes 2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12. Volumes 1, 4, 6, 7, and 13, are not in this collection

Encyclopædia Americana. A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature, History, Politics, and Biography, Brought Down to the Present Time; Including a Copious Collection of Original Articles in American Biography; on the Basis of the Seventh Edition of the German Conversations-Lexicon. Edited by Francis Lieber, assisted by E. Wigglesworth. Vol. II. Philadelphia: Carey and Lea, 1830
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    In pencil at the top of the title page, name unclear, "J Coyle L" [the first initial may be letter I, the name may be Gayle]

  • Physical Condition – Poor, yellowed, brittle, water damaged, some pages
    stuck to each other at top, edges frayed and crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – 600
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – AE5.E296; AE5.E2974; AE5.E298; AE5.E299 (for later
    editions)
  • OCLC Number – 664332 (for a later 1833 edition)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists the later 1833 edition in 68 libraries in
    the United States and one in Canada
  • Notes

    In English. At the end of the book, includes an announcement of the publication of Vol. I, and the table of contents for Vol. I. This collection has volumes 2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12. Volumes 1, 4, 6, 7, and 13, are not in this collection

Encyclopædia Americana. A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature, History, Politics, and Biography, Brought Down to the Present Time; Including a Copious Collection of Original Articles in American Biography; on the Basis of the Seventh Edition of the German Conversations-Lexicon. Edited by Francis Lieber, assisted by E. Wigglesworth. Vol. III. Philadelphia: Carey and Lea, 1830
  • Inserts, fold–out pages

    Inside the back cover, advertisements for other books published by this publisher

  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor, yellowed, brittle, water damaged, some pages
    stuck to each other at top, edges frayed and crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – 623
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – AE5.E296; AE5.E2974; AE5.E298; AE5.E299 (for later
    editions)
  • OCLC Number – 664332 (for a later 1833 edition)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists the later 1833 edition in 68 libraries in
    the United States and one in Canada
  • Notes

    In English. This collection has volumes 2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12. Volumes 1, 4, 6, 7, and 13, are not in this collection

Encyclopædia Americana. Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature, History, Politics, and Biography, Brought Down to the Present Time; Including a Copious Collection of Original Articles in American Biography; on the Basis of the Seventh Edition of the German Conversations-Lexicon. Edited by Francis Lieber, assisted by E. Wigglesworth and T. G. Bradford. Vol. X. Philadelphia: Carey and Lea, 1832
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor, water damage, spotting, missing and cut page
    edges, tears and rips, pages stuck together at top, uncut
  • Numbered Pages – 612
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – AE5.E2974, (1838 edition different size and printer)
  • OCLC Number – 1960743 (1838 edition different size and printer)
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English

Encyclopædia Americana. Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature, History, Politics, and Biography, Brought Down to the Present Time; Including a Copious Collection of Original Articles in American Biography; on the Basis of the Seventh Edition of the German Conversations-Lexicon. Edited by Francis Lieber, assisted by E. Wigglesworth and T. G. Bradford. Vol. XI. Philadelphia: Carey and Lea, 1832
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor, water damage, spotting, missing and cut page
    edges, tears and rips, pages stuck together at top, uncut
  • Numbered Pages –612
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – AE5.E2974, (1838 edition different size and printer)
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English

Encyclopædia Americana. Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature, History, Politics, and Biography, Brought Down to the Present Time; Including a Copious Collection of Original Articles in American Biography; on the Basis of the Seventh Edition of the German Conversations-Lexicon. Edited by Francis Lieber, assisted by E. Wigglesworth and T. G. Bradford. Vol. XII. Philadelphia: Carey and Lea, 1832
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor, water damage, spotting, missing and cut page
    edges, tears and rips, pages stuck together at top, uncut
  • Numbered Pages – 611
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – AE5.E2974, (1838 edition different size and printer)
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English

Encyclopædia Americana; a Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature, History, Politics, and Biography, Brought Down to the Present Time; including a Copious Collection of Original Articles in American Biography; on the Basis of the Seventh Edition of the German Conversations-Lexicon. Edited by Francis Lieber, assisted by E. Wigglesworth and T. G. Bradford. Vol. IX. Philadelphia: Carey and Lea, 1832.
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor, water damage, spotting, missing and cut page
    edges, tears and rips, pages stuck together at top, uncut
  • Numbered Pages – 612
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – AE5.E2974, (1838 edition different size and printer)
  • OCLC Number – 1960743 (1838 edition)
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    Monotheism-Pen

Encyclopædia Americana; a Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature, History, Politics, and Biography, Brought Down to the Present Time; including a Copious Collection of Original Articles in American Biography; on the Basis of the Seventh Edition of the German Conversations-Lexicon. Edited by Francis Lieber, assisted by E. Wigglesworth and T. G. Bradford. Vol. VIII. Philadelphia: Carey and Lea, 1831
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor, water damage, spotting, missing and cut page
    edges, tears and rips, pages stuck together at top, uncut
  • Numbered Pages – 600
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – AE5.E2974, (1838 edition different size and printer)
  • OCLC Number – 1960743 (1838 edition)
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    Linnaeus-Monopteral Temples

England, Ireland, and America. By a Manchester Manufacturer [Richard Cobden]. Second edition. London: James Ridgway and Sons, Picadilly, 1835 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    In parentheses on title page: "I suppose by Mr Cobden"

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 160
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – DA540.C7
  • OCLC Number – 21776589
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 14 libraries worldwide
  • Notes

    In English

Essays on Property and Labour as Connected with Natural Law and the Constitution of Society. Francis Lieber. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1841 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very good
  • Numbered Pages – 238
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – 6310504
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Binding says "Lieber's Labour and Property." Introduction by Rev. A. Potter

An Eulogy on the Life and Character of John Marshall, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, delivered at the request of the councils of Philadelphia, on the 24th September, 1835. Horace Binney, Philadelphia: Printed by J. Crissy and G. Goodman, 1835
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, binding broken, pages brittle, torn,
    crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – 70
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – E302.6.M4B6
  • OCLC Number – 3434035
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 69 libraries throughout the
    United States
  • Notes

    In English. Included in book slipcase labeled "Pamphlets Vol. II" on spine

Fragments of Political Science on Nationalism and Inter-Nationalism. Francis Lieber, New York: Charles Scribner & Co., 1868
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor, no binding, yellowed, creased, frayed edges, some
    pages not separated
  • Numbered Pages – 23
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – JX4211.L48
  • OCLC Number – 889099
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 21 libraries throughout the United
    States
  • Notes

    In English. Loose in a manila envelope in Box 14 this collection

Die Gefängnissverbesserung, Insbesondere die Bedeutung und Durchfuhrung der Einzelnhaft. K.J. (Karl Joseph Anton) Mittermaier. Erlangen: Enke, 1858 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    Hand written name "Francis Lieber" before title page.

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 184
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – 37885505
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In German

General Rules for Punctuation and for the Use of Capital Letters. Cambridge: Charles W. Sever, 1875
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    On top of page 5: G. Norman Lieber's note on the value of a comma

  • Physical Condition – Poor, binding broken, pages torn, yellowed, brittle
  • Numbered Pages – 19
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – PE1450.H5 (for revised editions of 1876 and 1878
  • OCLC Number – 30594293
  • Other copies reported – University of California, Berkeley; Harvard University
    Harvard College Library; Columbia University
  • Notes

    In German. Needlepoint bookmark, red thread on white

The Germans in France. Notes on the Method and Conduct of the Invasion; the Relations Between Invaders and Invaded; and the Modern Usages of War. Partly reproduced from the "Times" by permission of the proprietors. H. Sutherland Edwards, London: E. Sanford, 1874 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages

    Inserted at the table of contents, a brief undated newspaper clipping from the Times of London reporting on the publication of this book

  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 350
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – DC293.E26
  • OCLC Number – 18612323
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 11 libraries in the United
    States and at the London Library
  • Notes

    In English. Includes as an appendix, Francis Lieber's "Instructions for the Government of the Armies of the United States in the Field"

Gesammelte Werke Friedrichs des Grossen in Prosa. Herausgegeben und ubersetzt von J.M. Jost. Ausgabe in einem Bande [Collected Works of Frederick the Great of Prussia. Edited and compiled by J.M. Jost. Edition in one volume]. Berlin: von Lament (Leivent), 1837
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, binding broken, back hard cover missing,
    pages brittle, yellowed, water damaged, crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – 976
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – University of Missouri-Columbia (Call No. 943.1F91)
  • Notes

    In German. Includes an engraving of Frederick's picture and signature on the page before the title page

Geschichte Der Herenprocesse. Dr. Wilhelm Gottlieb Soldan, J.G Cottafchen Buchhandlung, Stuttgart und Lubingen. 1843 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    Three pages at end of book

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair, white canvas yellowed
  • Numbered Pages – 535
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – BF1566 .S65 (1938 edition)
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – BF1566 .S65 Microfilm 32394 BF (1880 edition)
  • Notes

    In German

Geschichte Der Letzten Vierzig Jahre. Wolfgang Menzel. Stuttgart: Verlag von Adolph Krabbe, 1857
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 485
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – 4D 370 (1859)
  • OCLC Number – 65667223
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In German

Geschichte der Neuesten Zeit. New York: George & Bernard Westermann Brothers, 1848
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor. Boxed book. All pages after page 522 are
    missing. Back cover missing. Front cover detached. Brittle pages.
  • Numbered Pages – 522
  • Scannable – No but two small prints might be worth scanning.
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – OCLC number 7491837 (1855), 60487390 (1853), and
    60487390 (1854)
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In German. Publication contains pages small print pictures after title page and after page 136. All pages, including back cover, are missing after page 522. Twelve pages of advertisements by publisher for other books appear before title page. Spine label of box containing book says "Hermes Nueste Geschicte 1." Cover embossed with gold inlay.

Die Geschichte des Alterthums. Max Duncker. Berlin: Duncker und Humblot: 1857
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 907
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In German. Eleven blank pages added to end of book. Third book in a four volume set. Alternate title for volumes 3 and 4 is "Die Geschichte der Griechen," which appears on an added title page that faces the title page. Spine label says "DUNCKER. GESCHICHTE DES ALTERTHUMS 3."

Geschichte des Alterthums. Erster Band. Aegypten und die Volker des Westlichen Asien von den Anfangen Historischer Kunde bis auf die Zeiten des Kyros. 3000-550 v. Chr. [History of Antiquity. Volume One. (Subtitle at head of table of contents): Egypt and the Peoples of West Asia from the Beginning of Historical Records to the Time of Cyrus. 3000-550 BC]. Max Duncker. Zweite verbesserte und vermehrte Auflage [Second edition, revised and enlarged]. Berlin: Verlag von Duncker und Humblot, 1855
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    Two notes on a blank page following the text: "Egyptian kings sacrificed to themselves as gods." "To kill a slave is murder [underlined in original] with Egypt"

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good but with some yellowing
  • Numbered Pages – 611
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – D57.D9 (for all four volumes)
  • OCLC Number – 32171840 (for all four volumes)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists the four volumes in 14 libraries in the
    United States, one in Canada, one in Japan, and six in Europe
  • Notes

    In German. Includes an index. This is Volume 1 (of 4) only. Volumes 2-4 are not in this collection

Die Geschichte des Alterthums. Max Duncker. Berlin: Duncker und Humblot: 1856
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 674
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – D57 D92 (1855)
  • OCLC Number – 32171840
  • Other copies reported – D57 .D92 (1878)
  • Notes

    In German. Eleven blank pages added to end of book. Second book in a four volume set. Alternate title for volumes 3 and 4 is "Die Geschichte der Griechen," which appears on an added title page that faces the title page.Spine label says "DUNCKER. GESCHICHTE DES ALTERTHUMS 2"

Die Geschichte des Alterthums. Max Duncker. Berlin: Duncker und Humblot: 1856.
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 635
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In German. Fourth book in a four volume set. Alternate title for volumes 3 and 4 is "Die Geschichte der Griechen," which appears on an added title page that faces the title page. Spine label says "DUNCKER. GESCHICHTE DES ALTERTHUMS 4."

Geschichte des Feldzugs von 1815 in den Niederlanden und Frankreich als Beitrag zur Kriegsgeschichte der neuern Kriege. Mit drei illuminirten Planen. Zweiter Theil [History of the Campaign of 1815 in the Netherlands and France as a Contribution to the Military History of the Recent War. With three foldouts. Part Two]. Berlin, Posen, Bromberg: Ernst Siegfried Mittler, 1838
  • Inserts, fold–out pages

    Two fold-out maps and one fold-out chart showing the locations of the Russian and Prussian forces each day from July 1 through July 14, 1815

  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    In pencil on page preceding title page: "von Damitz (Grollman)"

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good/fair, some brittleness and yellowing
  • Numbered Pages – 423
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – DC239.D16 (two-volume edition of 1837-1838)
  • OCLC Number – 11243138 (two-volume edition); 61919909 (second-volume-
    only edition)
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In German. The author is not given in this book but is attributed by the Library of Congress, WorldCat, and Francis Lieber himself, to von Damitz and von Grolman

Geschichte Europa’s vom Sturze Napoleons bis auf die Gegenwart. Geschichte der Letzten Vierzig Jahre (1816-1856) [History of Europe from the Downfall of Napoleon to the Present. History of the Last Forty Years (1816-1856)]. Wolfgang Menzel. Vol I. Stuttgart: Verlag von Adolph Krabbe, 1857
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 478
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – D359.M54
  • OCLC Number – 2860930
  • Other copies reported – The Library of Congress also has an 1859 edition
  • Notes

    In German

Guerrilla Parties. Considered with Reference to the Laws and Usages of War. Francis Lieber check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor. Brittle paper, no cover, no binding, loose
    pages, tears. Page numbers crossed out. Numbers written in upper corner of
    pages.
  • Numbered Pages – 18
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – UB485 .L71
  • OCLC Number – 9648891
  • Other copies reported – JX5123 .L5 vol. 14, no. 6 Diplomatic Pam, JX5123 .L5,
    YA 23799 YA Pam, YA 20838 YA Pam, KZ6397.L543 G844 1862
  • Notes

    In English. Envelope containing item says "Guerrilla Parties."

Habeas Corpus and Martial Law. A Review of the Opinion of Chief Justice Taney in the Case of John Merryman. Joel Parker. Cambridge, MA: Welch, Bigelow, and Company, 1861
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    "Hon. Francis Lieber L.L.D. with the respect of J. Parker."

  • Physical Condition – Poor. Spine missing, brittle pages, water damage, torn
    page corners, pencil highlight marks, back cover missing.
  • Numbered Pages – 58
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – (1862 edition) E458.8 .S65
  • OCLC Number – 12193804
  • Other copies reported – KF323.M48 P37 1862 Law Library
  • Notes

    In English, Spine label of box containing book says " Habeas Corpus and Martial Law. Parker."

History of Bunker Hill Battle, with a Plan. Second edition. Much enlarged with new information derived from the surviving soldiers present at the celebration on the 17th June last, and notes. Samuel Swett, Boston: Munroe and Francis, 1826
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, binding broken, pages brittle, torn, crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – 58
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – E241.B9S92
  • OCLC Number – 3554078
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 19 libraries throughout the United
    States
  • Notes

    In English. Included in book slipcase labeled "Pamphlets Vol. II" on spine. Includes check marks in the margin and underlined passages. The plan or sketch map cited on the title page, is missing

History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. I. Boston: John P. Jewett and Company, 1851 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages

    One page inserted at beginning, with notes

  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    One half page of notes inserted at beginning of book

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 489 [513]
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – DF214 .G895 (1851)
  • OCLC Number – 2835816 (1853)
  • Other copies reported – DF214 .G897(1853)
  • Notes

    In English. The last page is misnumbered - 513 instead of 489.

History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. II. Boston: John P. Jewett and Company, 1852 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 466
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – DF214 .G895 (1851)
  • OCLC Number – 2835816 (1853)
  • Other copies reported – DF214 .G897(1853)
  • Notes

    In English

History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. III. Boston: John P. Jewett and Company, 1852 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 419
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – DF214 .G895 (1851)
  • OCLC Number – 2835816 (1853)
  • Other copies reported – DF214 .G897(1853)
  • Notes

    In English

History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. IV. Boston: John P. Jewett and Company, 1851 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 419
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – DF214 .G895 (1851)
  • OCLC Number – 2835816 (1853)
  • Other copies reported – DF214 .G897(1853)
  • Notes

    In English

History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. V. Boston: John P. Jewett and Company, 1851 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 407
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – DF214 .G895 (1851)
  • OCLC Number – 2835816 (1853)
  • Other copies reported – DF214 .G897(1853)
  • Notes

    In English

History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. VI. Boston: John P. Jewett and Company, 1851 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 494
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – DF214 .G895 (1851)
  • OCLC Number – 2835816 (1853)
  • Other copies reported – DF214 .G897(1853)
  • Notes

    In English

History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. VII. Boston: John P. Jewett and Company, 1851 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 402
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – DF214 .G895 (1851)
  • OCLC Number – 2835816 (1853)
  • Other copies reported – DF214 .G897(1853)
  • Notes

    In English

History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. VIII. Boston: John P. Jewett and Company, 1852. Reprinted from the London edition check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 496
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – DF214.G897
  • OCLC Number – 2835816
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 57 libraries in the United
    States, two in Canada and one in Japan
  • Notes

    In English

History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. IX. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1853 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 388
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – DF214 .G895 (1851)
  • OCLC Number – 2835816 (1853)
  • Other copies reported – DF214 .G897(1853)
  • Notes

    In English

History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. X. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1853. Reprinted from the London edition check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair, white canvas yellowed
  • Numbered Pages – 512
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – DF214.G897
  • OCLC Number – 2835816
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 57 libraries in the United
    States, two in Canada and one in Japan
  • Notes

    In German. Needlepoint bookmark, red thread on white

History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. XI. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1853. Reprinted from the London edition check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 522
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – DF214.G897
  • OCLC Number – 2835816
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 57 libraries in the United
    States, two in Canada and one in Japan
  • Notes

    In English

History of Greece. George Grote. Vol. XII. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1857. Reprinted from the London edition check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 590
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – DF214.G897
  • OCLC Number – 2835816
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 57 libraries in the United
    States, two in Canada and one in Japan
  • Notes

    In English. Includes an engraving of a bust of George Grote on inside front cover and advertisements for other books published by Harper and Brothers at back of book. Pages 497-590 consist of a cumulative index for all twelve volumes

The History of Rome. G.B. Niebuhr. Translated by Julius Charles Hare and Connop Thirlwall, Vol. I, Philadelphia: Thomas Wardle, 1835
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good/fair, some yellowing
  • Numbered Pages – 475
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – The Library of Congress has another edition published
    by Cambridge: J. Taylor, 1828-42, Call Number DG209.N64 1828, and the
    original German published posthumously, Romische Geschichte, Berlin:
    S. Galvary & Co., 1873-74, DG209.N6 1873
  • Notes

    In English. Translated from the German

The History of Rome. G.B. Niebuhr. Translated by Julius Charles Hare and Connop Thirlwall, Vol. II, Philadelphia: Thomas Wardle, 1835
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good/fair, some yellowing
  • Numbered Pages – 480
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – The Library of Congress has another edition published
    by Cambridge: J. Taylor, 1828-42, Call Number DG209.N64 1828, and the
    original German published posthumously, Romische Geschichte, Berlin:
    S. Galvary & Co., 1873-74, DG209.N6 1873
  • Notes

    In English. Translated from the German

The History of Rome. Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Blanchard, 1837
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    Underlined passages, notes and marks in the margins

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good/fair, some yellowing and frayed edges
  • Numbered Pages – 496
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – DG210.H67
  • OCLC Number – 7198886
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Not to be confused with The History of Rome by G.B. Niebuhr, though this book does draw extensively on his original German

History of the English Revolution of 1640, Commonly Called the Great Rebellion: From the Accession of Charles I to His Death. F. Guizot. Translated by William Hazlitt. A new edition complete in one volume. New York: D. Appleton & Company; Philadelphia: Geo. S. Appleton, 1849
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    On inside front cover: "To Norman from his friend & classmate, Edw H Kellers"

  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 515
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – DA395.G8 (for other editions in the Library of Congress)
  • OCLC Number – 16072938
  • Other copies reported – University of Colorado at Boulder; Butler University;
    Cincinnati Christian University; Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. The Library of
    Congress has an 1846 and an 1884 edition, both published in London but
    by different publishers. The 1884 edition spells the translator's name as
    Hazlett
  • Notes

    In English. Translated from the French by William Hazlitt. Includes an index. Includes advertisements for other books by the same publisher. Francis Lieber owns an 1856 edition in this same collection

History of the English Revolution of 1640: From the Accession of Charles I to His Death. Francois Guizot. Translated by William Hazlitt. London: H.G. Bohn, 1856 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 488
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – DA395.G8 (for other editions in the Library of Congress)
  • OCLC Number – 3476222
  • Other copies reported – The Library of Congress has an 1846 and an 1884
    edition, both published in London but by different publishers. The 1884
    edition spells the translator's name as Hazlett. WorldCat lists this in 42
    libraries worldwide
  • Notes

    In English. Translated from the French: Histoire de la revolution d’Angleterre depuis l’avenement de Charles Ier jusqu’a sa mort. Includes an engraving of Charles the First from the picture by Vandyke in the collection of the Earl of Pembroke. Includes an index. G. Norman Lieber owns an 1849 edition in this same collection

History of the Fall of the Roman Empire, Comprising a View of the Invasion and Settlement of the Barbarians. By J.C.L. de Sismondi. Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Blanchard, 1835
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair/poor, yellowed, brittle, water damage, some
    frayed edges, but intact. The title page has a crease which is likely to tear
  • Numbered Pages – 500
  • Scannable – No, binding is too fragile
  • LC Call Number – DG311.S592 1835
  • OCLC Number – 1025239
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 40 libraries in the United
    States and two in Canada
  • Notes

    In English. Includes an index. Includes advertisements for other books by the same publisher, after the numbered pages. There is also a French version, not in this collection: Histoire de la Chute de l'Empire Romain et du Declin de la Civilisation, de l'An 250 à l'An 1000

History of the Origin, Formation, and Adoption of the Constitution of the United States; with Notices of Its Principal Framers. By George Ticknor Curtis. In two volumes. Volume I. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1854
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    "The gift of the author. F.L. Columbia S.C., December 1854," written in ink on a blank page preceding the title page. "Extraordinary powers to Washington, p.101," written in pencil on a blank page at the end of the book

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair, some yellowing and brittleness
  • Numbered Pages – 518
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – KF4541.C86
  • OCLC Number – 4352665
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 199 libraries in the Unite
    d States, two in Canada, one in Japan, eight in Europe, one in Puerto Rico,
    and one in South Africa
  • Notes

    In English

History of the Origin, Formation, and Adoption of the Constitution of the United States; with Notices of Its Principal Framers. By George Ticknor Curtis. In two volumes. Volume II. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1858
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair, some yellowing and brittleness
  • Numbered Pages – 653
  • Scannable – No, binding is too fragile
  • LC Call Number – KF4541.C86
  • OCLC Number – 4352665
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 199 libraries in the United
    States, two in Canada, one in Japan, eight in Europe, one in Puerto Rico,
    and one in South Africa
  • Notes

    In English. Includes a cumulative index for both volumes 1 and 2.

The History of the Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire. Edward Gibbon. London: Joseph Ogle Robinson, London, 1830
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair. Water damage to first title page and two following
    pages.
  • Numbered Pages – 1303
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – DG311 .G424
  • OCLC Number – 5181145
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Letter to "Dr Lieber" contained in book. Letter used as note page with figures written. Letter also has impression of coin or stamp on page. Book spine says "Gibbon's History of the Roman Empire."

History of the United States, from the Discovery of the American Continent. George Bancroft. Vol. X, Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1874
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 593
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – E178.B22 (for all ten volumes)
  • OCLC Number – 686349 (for all ten volumes)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists some or all of the volumes in 471 libraries in the United States, nine in Canada, one in Japan, 9 in Europe, one in Mexico, and three in South Africa
  • Notes

    In English. This is Volume 10 (of 10) only, covering the period 1778-1782. Volumes 1-9 are not in this collection

I.N.J. [In Nomine Jesu] Disputatio inauguralis iuridica de Desertoribus et Transfugis von ausgerissene Soldaten und Uberlauffern, quam rectore magnificentissimo serenissimo principe ac domino Dn. Guilielmo Henrico duce Saxoniae, Iuliae, Cliviae, Montium, Angariae et Guestphaliae et reliqua ex decreto illustris ictorum ordinis praeside illustri Christiano Vvildvogelio icto famigeratissimo sereniss. ducis Saxo-Isenacensis consiliario status intimo curiae provincialis communis, et scabinatus assessore dignissimo, nec non collegii iuriddici seniore gravissimo, iur. Publ. Et feud. Itemque cod. Et novell. Antecessore ordin. Celeberrimo patrono suo omnicultu atque observantia devenerando pro summis in utroque honoribus et privilegiis doctoralibus rite et legitime consequendis, publicae erucitorum disquisitioni submittit Petrus Duvernoy, Montisbelgardensis, ad diem Novembr horis ante et pomerid anno MDCCXIV [In the Name of Jesus. Inaugural juridical dissertation on Deserters and Turncoats, submitted by Petrus Duvernoy of Montbeliard, in the morning and afternoon on this day in November, 1714, as a public examination of his knowledge, to the most magnificent Rector, most serene leader and lord, Lord Guilielmo Henrico, Duke of Saxony, Iulia, Kleve, Montium, Enger, and Westphalia and the rest, to obtain the highest honors and doctoral privileges due in law, by the decree of the illustrious judges, under the illustrious supervision of the most renowned Judge, Christian Wildvogel, serving in the Public Provincial Court as the closest counselor to the most serene Duke of Saxony-Eisenach, and as the most worthy Court Assessor, not to mention the most important senior member of the Judicial Board, the most distinguished professor of public and feudal law for both old and young, and the protector of all those under him who are law abiding and pious]. Jenae (Jena): Typis Mullerianis, 1714 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor, pages brittle, yellowed, edges frayed
  • Numbered Pages – 26
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – Library of the Freie Universitat Berlin and on
    microfiche at the Biblioteque Nationale de France
  • Notes

    In Latin. Includes an abridged German title on the title page and four unnumbered pages of Latin and German poems following the numbered pages

An Inquiry into the Formation of Washington's Farewell Address. Philadelphia: Parry & McMillan, 1859 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    On inside front cover: "From the author Hon. Horace Binney of Philadelphia." On inside back cover: two citations of page numbers in text

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 250
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – E312.59.B62
  • OCLC Number – 2724182
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 77 libraries throughout the
    United States
  • Notes

    In English. The author's name does not appear on the title page but is signed at the end of the preface

Instructions for the Government of Armies of the United States in the Field. Originally issued as General Orders No. 100, Adjutant General's Office, 1863. Francis Lieber, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1898 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, binding broken, pages loose, brittle, yellowed,
    crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – 53
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – UB500.A2 1863c (for the shorter 1863 edition)
  • OCLC Number – 301384989 (for this edition)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 22 libraries throughout the United
    States
  • Notes

    In English. Includes an index. One of two copies loose in a manila envelope in Box 14 in this collection. There are two other bound copies in Box 13 in this collection

Instructions for the Government of Armies of the United States in the Field. Originally issued as General Orders No. 100, Adjutant General's Office, 1863. Francis Lieber, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1898
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber

    On front cover: "Archibald King, Col. JAGD, US Army"

  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 51
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – UB500.A2 1863c (for the shorter 1863 edition)
  • OCLC Number – 6629099 (for this edition)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 22 libraries throughout the United
    States
  • Notes

    In English. Includes an index. One of two copies loose in a manila envelope in Box 14 in this collection. There are two other bound copies in Box 13 in this collection

Instructions for the Government of Armies of the United States in the Field. Originally issued as General Orders No. 100, Adjutant General's Office, 1863. Francis Lieber, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1898
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, binding broken, pages loose, brittle, yellowed,
    crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – 51
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – UB500.A2 1863c (for the shorter 1863 edition)
  • OCLC Number – 6629099 (for this edition)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 22 libraries throughout the United
    States
  • Notes

    In English. Includes an index. One of two copies loose in a manila envelope in Box 14 in this collection. There are two other bound copies in Box 13 in this collection

Introduction to the Study of International Law, Designed as an aid in teaching, and in historical studies. Theodore D. Woolsey, Boston and Cambridge: James Munroe and Company, 1860 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages

    On blank page pasted between page 194 and 195, a newspaper clipping and handwritten comment by Francis Lieber arguing against American ambassadors wearing a uniform. Also handwritten comments by Francis Lieber and newspaper clippings on blank pages at the end of the book

  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    On page preceding title page: "A gift of the author" "Bss Tilletson's [name unclear] 'Charity stands above the rubrics,' finds application in international law, and in all spheres of action"

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair/poor, yellowing, brittleness, frayed edges
  • Numbered Pages – 518
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – JX2498.I6 1860
  • OCLC Number – 582712
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 56 libraries worldwide
  • Notes

    In English. Includes an index. This book is dedicated to Francis Lieber. A postcard found in this book, is loose in a manila envelope in Box 14 in this collection

The Just Supremacy of Congress over the Territories: Intended as an answer to the Hon. Stephen A Douglas, on popular sovereignty. By George Ticknor Curtis. Boston: A. Williams and Company, 1859
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair, some yellowing and brittleness, cover has some
    small tears on the edges
  • Numbered Pages – 44
  • Scannable – No, binding is too fragile
  • LC Call Number – JK318.D74
  • OCLC Number – 5388728
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 28 libraries throughout the
    United States
  • Notes

    In English. Bound together with other pamphlets and clippings in a volume with the spine title, "Douglas & Black on Popular Sovereignty."

Kaspar Hauser: Beispiel eines Verbrechens am Seelenleben des Menschen [Kaspar Hauser: Case of a Crime Against the Soul of Man]. Paul Johann Anselm Ritter von Feuerbach, Ansbach: J.M. Dollfuss, 1832
check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor, pages brittle, edges frayed
  • Numbered Pages – 151
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – The Library of Congress has another version by the
    same author and title: Call Number CT1098.H4F38
  • Notes

    In German. Dedicated to the British Lord Stanhope

Das Krieges-oder Soldatenrecht, so, wie solches in ältern und neuern Zeiten, vornehmlich bei der Königl. Preussl. Armee, und in den Gerichten sämtlicher Preussl. Staaten gesetzlich, üblich und gewöhnlich ist. Berlin: Schonefchen Buchhandlung, 1789 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor. Front cover detached, back cover missing, pages
    detached, brittle, stains, loose binding. Pages missing?
  • Numbered Pages – 533 + 290
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In German. Spine of container of item says "Das Krieges-oder Soldatenrecht. Muller. 2" First page has label that reads "Giersberg Gouv Audit:." Title page has initials stamped "CFA, G"(?)

The Law of Nations; or Principles of the Law of Nature, Applied to the Conduct and Affairs of Nations and Sovereigns. From the French of Monsieur de Vattel. Sixth American edition, from a new edition, by Joseph Chitty. Philadelphia: T. & J.W. Johnson, 1844 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair, yellowed, brittle, water damage, but intact
  • Numbered Pages – 567
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – JX2414.E5 1844
  • OCLC Number – 2712789
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 57 libraries in the United States,
    and the University of Maastricht
  • Notes

    In English. Does not have an index, but does have a detailed table of contents. Translated from the French, first published in 1758: Le Droit des Gens; ou, Principes de la Loi Naturelle, Appliques a la Conduite et aux Affaires des Nations et des Souverains. The translator is not named

The Law Relating to Officers in the Army. Harris Prendergast. London: Parker, Furnivall, and Parker, 1855
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    "G. Norman Lieber" written on title page. Notes on inside of back cover

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 267
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – UB625 1855a
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English

Legal and Political Hermeneutics, or Principles of Interpretation and Construction in Law and Politics, With Remarks on Precedents and Authorities. Francis Lieber. Boston: Charles C. Little and James Brown, 1839
  • Inserts, fold–out pages

    Many inserted pages with handwritten notes.

  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor. Water damage, spotting. Spine missing. Many
    inserted pages and notes written in book.
  • Numbered Pages – 240
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – K290 .L54 1839
  • OCLC Number – 2859756
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Spine of box containing book says "Legal and Political Hermeneutics. Lieber" Many inserted pages and copious notes.

Legislative History of the Subsistence Department of the United States Army from June 16, 1775, to August 15, 1876. Compiled Under the Direction of the Commissary-General of Subsistence, by John W. Barriger, Major and Commissary of Subsistence, and BVT. General, U.S. Army. John W. Barriger. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1877
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    'G[uido] Norman Lieber USA" inscribed on first page.

  • Physical Condition – Poor. Spine missing, binding almost gone, loose
    pages, torn page edges. Small hole in center of cover and depressions in
    the center of the first 100 pages.
  • Numbered Pages – 113 plus 15 page index
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – UC44 .A4 1876
  • OCLC Number – 5589803
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Changes made to two footnotes. Catalog cards clipped to front cover. Library check out card and card pocket on inside back cover.

Legislative History of the Subsistence Department of the United States Army from June 16, 1775, to August 15, 1876. Compiled Under the Direction of the Commissary-General of Subsistence, by John W. Barriger, Major and Commissary of Subsistence, and BVT. General, U.S. Army. John W. Barriger. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1877
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    'G[uido] Norman Lieber USA" inscribed on first page.

  • Physical Condition – Poor. Spine missing, binding almost gone, loose
    pages, torn page edges. Small hole in center of cover and depressions in
    the center of the first 100 pages.
  • Numbered Pages – 113 plus 15 page index
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – UC44 .A4 1876
  • OCLC Number – 5589803
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Changes made to two footnotes. Catalog cards clipped to front cover. Library check out card and card pocket on inside back cover.

Lehrbuch der Weltgeschichte mit Rucksicht auf Cultur, Literatur und Religionswesen, und Einem Abriss der Deutschen Literaturgeschichte als Anhang fur Hohere Schulanstalten und zur Selbstbelehrung. Von Dr. Georg Weber. Sechste verbesserte und bis auf die Gegenwart fortgefuhrte Auflage [Textbook of World History with Regard to the Cultural, Literary, and Religious Essence, and an Outline of German Literary History to Supplement Institutions of Higher Education and Self Instruction. By Dr. Georg Weber. Sixth Edition, revised and continued up to the present]. Volume 2. Leipzig: Verlag von Wilhelm Engelmann, 1854
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good/fair, some yellowing and brittlenes
  • Numbered Pages – 615
  • Scannable – No, binding is too fragile
  • LC Call Number – The Library of Congress has only the 1865 edition, Call
    Number 4D 2237
  • OCLC Number – 40210666 (for this edition)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in the University of Chicago,
    Harvard University, University of Michigan, and the University of Tours. A later
    edition of 1888 is listed in 24 libraries
  • Notes

    In German. Vol. 1 of 2. Includes a detailed table of contents for this volume. Does not have an index

Letters and Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life, by Thomas Moore. In two volumes. Vol. I. Harper's Stereotype Edition. New York: J & J Harper, 1830
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    Occasional underlined passages, and notes and marks in the margins

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, binding broken, pages brittle, torn,
    crumbling, many loose
  • Numbered Pages – 480
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – PR4381.A3M6 1830a (this edition); PR4381.A3M6 1830
    (London edition); the Library of Congress has seven other later editions
  • OCLC Number – 981328 (this edition); 1462854 (London edition)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 58 libraries throughout the
    United States. A London edition also published in 1830 is listed in 95
    libraries worldwide
  • Notes

    In English. Includes an engraving by Wm.D. Smith, of a painting of Lord Byron by W.F. West, on the page preceding the text. This is Volume 1 only. Volume 2 is not in this collection

The Life, Character, and Writings of Francis Lieber. A Discourse Delivered Before the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, January 13, 1873. M. Russell Thayer. Philadelphia: Collins Printer, 1873
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good. Cover repaired.
  • Numbered Pages – 50
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – E415.9.L7 T3
  • OCLC Number – 3276738
  • Other copies reported – YA 12758 YA Pam
  • Notes

    In English. Binding says "Life, Character & Writing of Francis Lieber."

Manual of Parliamentary Practice. Rules of Proceeding and Debate in Deliberative Assemblies. Luther S. Cushing, second edition, Boston: William J. Reynolds, 1845
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    On inside front cover, three-page list of English parliamentary terms and their German equivalents

  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    "Grosius" [or Grotius?] is written on the inside back cover. The name is not clear and it is not clear who wrote it

  • Physical Condition – Very poor, binding broken, pages loose, brittle, torn,
    yellowed
  • Numbered Pages – 173
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – JF515.C97 (for later editions)
  • OCLC Number – 11424482 (4th edition)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists 4th edition, same publisher, same
    year, in 148 libraries throughout the United States
  • Notes

    In English. Includes an index

Maxims of Washington; Political, Social, Moral, and Religious. Collected and arranged by John Frederick Schroeder. Third Edition, New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1859
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    Typewritten on inside front cover: "April 19, 1947. Donated by J.A.G. by Mrs. C.F. Stearns, daughter of Gen Lieber. [signed] Thomas H. Green, Maj Gen JAG"

  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 423
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – E312.79.W3124
  • OCLC Number – 20172729; 9147729 (for the earlier 1855 edition)
  • Other copies reported – California State Library; Lincoln Museum, Indiana; New
    York Public Library Research Library; University of Cincinnati; Temple
    University
  • Notes

    In English. Includes an index. Includes advertisements of other books by the same publisher

A Military Dictionary, or, Explanation of the Several Systems of Discipline of Different Kinds of Troops, Infantry, Artillery, and Cavalry; the Principles of Fortification, and all the Modern Improvements in the Science of Tactics: Comprising the Pocket Gunner, or Little Bombardier; the Military Regulations of the United States; the Weights, Weasures, and Monies of all Nations; the Technical Terms and Phrases of the Art of War in the French Language. Particularly Adapted to the Use of the Military Institutions of the United States. William Duane. Philadelphia: William Duane.
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    Owner names on title page

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair/poor
  • Numbered Pages – 748
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – U24 .D81
  • OCLC Number – 5267571
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English

Das Moderne Volkerrecht der Civilisirten Staten als Rechtsbuch Dargestellt [Modern International Law of Civilized States as Codified Law]. J.C. Bluntschli, Nordlingen: Druck und Verlag der C.H. Beck'schen Buchhandlung, 1868
  • Inserts, fold–out pages

    On onionskin backing pasted to a blank page preceding the title page: the opinion of Attorney General George H. Williams, reprinted in an unidentified newspaper of June 1873, that it is legal to try Modoc Indian prisoners for war crimes, by a military commission

  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber

    In pencil on page preceding title page: "Johan [with one "n"] Caspar B."

  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    On page preceding title page: "Gift of the author, Francis Lieber"

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair, some yellowing, crinkling, frayed edges
  • Numbered Pages – 520
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – JX1268.B4 1868
  • OCLC Number – 6484084
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 13 libraries throughout the
    United States and on microfiche in 19 libraries
  • Notes

    In German (old German script). Includes an index. The foreword is written by Francis Lieber, using the German form of his name, Franz, as a letter to the author

Das Moderne Volkerrecht der Civilisirten Staten als Rechtsbuch Dargestellt. Zweite mit Rucksicht auf die Ereignisse von 1868 bis 1872 erganzte Auflage [Modern International Law of Civilized States as Codified Law. Second supplementary edition covering the events of 1868 to 1872]. J.C. Bluntschli, Nordlingen: Druck und Verlag der C.H. Beck'schen Buchhandlung, 1872
  • Inserts, fold–out pages

    Two clippings from unidentified neswpapers, pasted to blank pages preceding the title page: one from November 1873 concerns the refusal of Prussia to allow Prussian officers to fight in guerilla armies against countries not at war with Prussia; the other from September 1872 concerns claims of damage between the United States and Great Britain from the Civil War arbitrated by the American and British Mixed Commission under the Treaty of Washington

  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    Some passages checked or marked in the margins, not clear whether by Francis Lieber or by G. Norman Lieber

  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    On page preceding title page: "A present from the author, G.N. Lieber"

  • Physical Condition – Good/fair, some yellowing and some pages are
    slightly creased
  • Numbered Pages – 528
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – JX1268.B4 1872
  • OCLC Number – 10790993
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 17 libraries in the United
    States and at Waseda University Library in Tokyo, the University of London
    Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, and at the Institute of Information
    Science in Maribor, Slovenia
  • Notes

    In German (modern German script). Includes an index. Includes the letter to the author by Francis Lieber, using the German form of his name, Franz, as the foreword to the 1868 edition, and a second letter by Francis Lieber to the author as a foreword to this edition. A newspaper clipping and an article from the Nation of March 11, 1875, found in this book, are loose in a manila envelope in Box 14 in this collection

Notes on Fallacies of American Protectionists. Francis Lieber. Published by American Free Trade League, 1870 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor. Pamphlet with no cover. Loose title page and last
    page. Water damage, tears.
  • Numbered Pages – 48
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – (1869 edition) HF1755 L72
  • OCLC Number – 7157515
  • Other copies reported – YA 20307 YA Pam (Rare Books Room)
  • Notes

    In English. Fourth edition. Unknown if all pages are present. No cover or binding. Folder containing items says "Notes on Fallacies of American Protectionists. Fourth Edition. Lieber.

Notes to His Sketch of Bunker-Hill Battle. Samuel Swett, Boston: Munroe and Francis, 1825
  • Inserts, fold–out pages

    Sketch map of Bunker Hill Battle

  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, binding broken, pages brittle, torn, crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – 30
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – E241.B9S92
  • OCLC Number – 3554303
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 11 libraries throughout the United
    States
  • Notes

    In English. Included in book slipcase labeled "Pamphlets Vol. II" on spine

Novum Testamentum Tetraglotton. Archetypum Graecum cum Versionibus Vulgata Latina, Germanica Lutheri et Anglica Authentica in Usum Manualem edendum curaverunt C.G.G. Theile et R. Stier [The New Testament in Four-Language Parallel Texts: the Greek Original, with the Latin Vulgate, Lutheran German, and Authorized English, for use as a handbook, edited by C.G.G. Theile and R. Stier]. Bielefeldiae (Bielefeld): Velhagen & Klasing, 1855
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair/poor, yellowed, brittle, water damage, but intact
  • Numbered Pages – 1060
  • Scannable – No, binding is too fragile
  • LC Call Number – The Library of Congress does not have this book, but does
    have another edition of both the Old and New Testaments in Greek, Latin, and
    German, edited by Carl (or Karl) Gottfried Wilhelm Theile, and Ewald Rudolph
    Stier, published in 1863, Call Number BS1 1863
  • OCLC Number – 11596240
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 15 libraries in the United States,
    a slightly later edition of 1848 is listed in 25 libraries in the United States
  • Notes

    Title page and preface in Latin. Text in parallel translation of the Latin, Greek, German, and English, respectively: Η Καινη Διαθηκη (He Kaine Diatheke, literally, The New Testament), Novum Testamentum Vulgatae Editionis, Das Neue Testament Unsers Herrn und Heilandes Jesu Christi, and The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ

Oliver Cromwell’s Letters and Speeches: with Elucidations. New York, Wiley & Putnam, 1845. Part 1 of 2 volumes.
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    Francis Lieber

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good. Water spotting/discolored spots on most pages
  • Numbered Pages – 560
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – DA426 .A15 1845
  • OCLC Number – 1932894
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Book one of two volume set. Spine says "Cromwell By Carliyle I"

Oliver Cromwell’s Letters and Speeches: with Elucidations. New York, Wiley & Putnam, 1845. Part 1 of 2 volumes.
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    Francis Lieber

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good. Water spotting/discolored spots on most pages
  • Numbered Pages – 560
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – DA426 .A15 1845
  • OCLC Number – 1932894
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Book one of two volume set. Spine says "Cromwell By Carliyle I"

On International Copyright, in a Letter to Hon. William C. Preston, Senator of the United States. Francis Lieber. New York: Wiley and Putnam, 1840 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor. Brittle paper, water damage, front cover loose, spine
    missing.
  • Numbered Pages – 67
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – Z552 .L71
  • OCLC Number – 7305260
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Case holding item says "On International Copyright, in a Letter to the Hon. William Preston. Lieber"

Original Anecdotes of Frederic the Second, King of Prussia, and of His Family, His Court, His Ministers, His Academies, and His Literary Friends: Collected During a familiar Intercourse of Twenty Years with that Prince. Vol. II. Dieudonne Thiebault, translator. London: C. Mercer and Co. 1805 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – Handwritten Notations
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – Page 85 and the last page of book
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 532
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – DD404 .T42 1827 (1827 French edition)
  • OCLC Number – 6977563 (1827 French edition)
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English

Outlines of Political Economy: Being a Republication of the Article upon that Subject Contained in the Edinburgh Supplement to the Encyclopedia Britannica. Together with Notes Explanatory and Critical, and a Summary of the Science. John McVickar. New York: Wilder & Campbell, 1825
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair
  • Numbered Pages – 188
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – HB161 .M125
  • OCLC Number – 2740054
  • Other copies reported – HB161 .M125 1966 (1966 edition)
  • Notes

    In English

Paris in December, 1851, or, thr Coup D'Etat of Napolean III, Eugene Tenot. New York: Hurd and Houghton, 1870
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 350
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – DC274 .T3 1868 (1868 edition in French)
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English

The Peril of Prussianism. Douglas Wilson Johnson, Associate Professor of Physiography in Columbia University, New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, and London: The Knickerbocker Press, 1917 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    On inside front cover: "April 19, 1947. Donated to J.A.G. by Mrs. C.F. Stearns, daughter of Gen Lieber. [signed] Thomas H. Green, Maj Gen JAG"

  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 53
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – D515.J65
  • OCLC Number – 963257
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English

Peter Schlemihl's Wundersame Geschichte [The Wonderful History of Peter Schlemihl]. Adelbert von Chamisso, Nurnberg: J.L. Schrag, 1842 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    Tiny inscription in German, neat but illegible, written in 1845, not clear if written by or to Francis Lieber, signed Franz

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair, some brittleness and yellowing
  • Numbered Pages – 141
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – The Library of Congress has several other editions and
    translations
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In German. Fiction. Illustrated

Political Dictionary; forming a work of universal reference, both constitutional and legal; and embracing the terms of civil administration, of political economy and social relations, and of all the more important statistical departments of finance and commerce. In two volumes. Volume I. London: Charles Knight and Co., 1845 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good/fair, some yellowing and brittleness, but intact
  • Numbered Pages – 881
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – H41.P6
  • OCLC Number – 5278278
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 18 libraries in the United States,
    one in Canada, one in Australia, one in Ireland, and four in England
  • Notes

    In English. Author not given

Political Dictionary; forming a work of universal reference, both constitutional and legal; and embracing the terms of civil administration, of political economy and social relations, and of all the more important statistical departments of finance and commerce. In two volumes. Volume II. London: Charles Knight and Co., 1845
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good/fair, some yellowing and brittleness, but intact
  • Numbered Pages – 946
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – H41.P6
  • OCLC Number – 5278278
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 18 libraries in the United States,
    one in Canada, one in Australia, one in Ireland, and four in England
  • Notes

    In English. Author not given

The Political History of the United States of America, During the Great Rebellion, Including a Classified Summary of the Legislation of the Second Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress, the Three Sessions of the Thirty-Seventh Congress, the First Session of the Thirty-Eighth Congress, with the Votes Thereon, and the Important Executive, Judicial, and Politico-Military Facts of that Eventful Period; Together with the Organization, Legislation, and General Proceedings of the Rebel Administration; and an Appendix Containing the Principal Political Facts of the Campaign of 1864, a Chapter on the Church and the Rebellion, and the Proceedings of the Second Session of the Thirty-Eighth Congress. Edward McPherson. Washington, DC: Philip & Solomans, 1865
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 653
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – E459 .M18
  • OCLC Number – 892818
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English

A Political Manual for 1866, including a classified summary of the important executive, legislative, and politico-military facts of the period, from President Johnson's accession, April 15, 1865, to July 4, 1866; and containing a full record of the action of each branch of the government on Reconstruction. By Edward McPherson, Clerk of the House of Representatives of the United States. Washington, D.C.: Philp & Solomons, 1866
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good/fair, some yellowing and brittleness
  • Numbered Pages – 128
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – JK8 (for the four-volume-in-one edition 1866-1869)
  • OCLC Number – 5393992 (for this edition)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this edition in 61 libraries in the United
    States, and in the University of Oxford
  • Notes

    In English. Includes an index. This collection contains the volumes for 1866, 1867, and 1869, but not for 1868

A Political Manual for 1867, including a classified summary of the important executive, legislative, and politico-military facts of the period, from July 4, 1866, to April 1, 1867, including the late action of Congress on Reconstruction. By Edward McPherson, Clerk of the House of Representatives of the United States. Washington, D.C.: Philp & Solomons, 1867
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good/fair, some yellowing and brittleness, title page
    slightly torn, mended with tape
  • Numbered Pages – 127-259
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – JK8 (for the four-volume-in-one edition 1866-1869)
  • OCLC Number – 42048059 (for this edition)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this edition in Harvard University only
  • Notes

    In English. Includes an index after the numbered pages. This collection contains the volumes for 1866, 1867, and 1869, but not for 1868

A Political Manual for 1867, including a classified summary of the important executive, legislative, and politico-military facts of the period, from July 4, 1866, to April 1, 1867, including the late action of Congress on Reconstruction. By Edward McPherson, Clerk of the House of Representatives of the United States. Washington, D.C.: Philp & Solomons, 1867
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good/fair, some yellowing and brittleness, title page
    slightly torn, mended with tape
  • Numbered Pages – 127-259
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – JK8 (for the four-volume-in-one edition 1866-1869)
  • OCLC Number – 42048059 (for this edition)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this edition in Harvard University only
  • Notes

    In English. Includes an index after the numbered pages. This collection contains the volumes for 1866, 1867, and 1869, but not for 1868

A Popular Essay on Subjects of Penal Law, and on Uninterrupted Solitary Confinement at Labor as Contradistinguished to Solitary Confinement at Night and Joint Labor by Day, in a Letter to John Bacon, Esquire President of the Philadelphia Society for Alleviating the Miseries of Public Prisons. Published by Philadelphia Society for Alleviating the Miseries of Public Prisons. Philadelphia: E.G. Dorsey, 1838 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor. Front cover torn and loose, back cover missing,
    brittle paper, mold damage
  • Numbered Pages – 94
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – HV8675 .L7
  • OCLC Number – 3597618
  • Other copies reported – HV8971 .P7 vol. 5, no. 1, AC901 .P3 vol. 10, no. 6
    Pamp Pam (Rare Book)
  • Notes

    In English. Cover placed between pages. Errata page after title page. Envelope containing item says "A Popular Essay on Subjects of Penal Law. Lieber."

Popular Sovereignty in the Territories. Judge Douglas in Reply to Judge Black [Jeremiah Sullivan Black]
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair/poor, yellowed, brittle, creased, water damage
  • Numbered Pages – 24
  • Scannable – No, binding is too fragile
  • LC Call Number – JK318.D37
  • OCLC Number – 5661415
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 33 libraries throughout the
    United States
  • Notes

    In English. Bound together with other pamphlets and clippings in a volume with the spine title, "Douglas & Black on Popular Sovereignty." The publisher is not given. The Library of Congress citation gives the place and date of publication as Washington, D.C., 1859

Practical Remarks on the Proceedings of General Court Martial. Major Vans Kennedy. London: A. Strahan, 1825
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    G[uido] N[orman] Lieber 1874 written on title page.

  • Physical Condition – Poor. Leather book cover. Spine detached on one side
    . Front cover detached, pages detached, water spots
  • Numbered Pages – 355
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – LAW <A & E Treatises>
  • OCLC Number – 27591752, 18513817
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Brown paper wrapper with string contains item. Label on wrapper says "Practical remarks on the Proceedings of General Courts-Martial. by Major Vans Kennedy London, 1825. Property of G.N. Lieber, 1874" Front cover engraved with "W. W.S. BLISS" Perhaps this name belongs to Lieutenant Colonel W. W. S. Bliss, a scholar who was an aide to General Zachary Taylor and after whome Fort Bliss is named. (Source: http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/facility/fort-bliss.htm)

Principes du Droit Naturel, par J.J. Burlamaqui, Conseiller d'Etat, & ci-devant Professeur en Droit Naturel & Civil a Geneve. Premiere Partie [Principles of Natural Law, by J.J. Burlamaqui, Counselor of State and former Professor of Natural and Civil Law in Geneva. Vol. I]. Geneve: Chez Barrillot & Fils, 1748
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair/poor, some yellowing, brittleness, and water
    damage, but intact
  • Numbered Pages – 182
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – JC189.B68 1748
  • OCLC Number – 23274360
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 16 libraries in the United
    States, two in England, one in Ireland, one in Sweden, and one in South
    Africa. Later editions and translations are listed in numerous libraries
    worldwide
  • Notes

    In French. Includes a table of contents after the numbered pages

Principes du Droit Naturel, par J.J. Burlamaqui, Conseiller d'Etat, & ci-devant Professeur en Droit Naturel & Civil a Geneve. Premiere Partie [Principles of Natural Law, by J.J. Burlamaqui, Counselor of State and former Professor of Natural and Civil Law in Geneva. Vol. II]. Geneve: Chez Barrillot & Fils, 1748
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair/poor, some yellowing, brittleness, and water
    damage, but intact
  • Numbered Pages – 291
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – JC189.B68 1748
  • OCLC Number – 23274360
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 16 libraries in the United
    States, two in England, one in Ireland, one in Sweden, and one in South
    Africa. Later editions and translations are listed in numerous libraries
    worldwide
  • Notes

    In French. Includes a table of contents before the numbered pages

The Principles of Criminal Pleading. Franklin Fiske Heard, Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1879 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 355
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – KF96.40.H4
  • OCLC Number – 2007812
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English

The Proceedings of a Court of Enquiry, held at the special request of Brigadier Gleneral Josiah Harmar, to investigate his conduct, as commanding officer of the expedition against the Miami Indians, 1790: the same having been transmitted by Major General St. Clair, to the Secretary of the United States, for the Department of War. Published by authority. Philadelphia: Printed by John Fenno, 1791
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good/fair, original has been restored
  • Numbered Pages – 31
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – E83.79.H27
  • OCLC Number – 792612
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 13 libraries throughout the
    United States
  • Notes

    In English. Includes three full-page schematics of the order of march, order of encampment, and order of battle. The spine title spells the name Harmar as Hamar. The Library of Congress copy has an engraved portrait of Harmar, which this copy does not

Q.D.B.V. [Quod Deus Bene Vertat] Dissertatio ex Iure Militari de Milite Desertore vom Desertiren derer Soldaten in alma Universitate Rostochiensi olim publice ventilata a Johanne Ioachimo Schoepffero Iurim D. et Prof. Publ Ordinar. et Iacobo Henrico Zernecke Thoruniensi-Borusso [What God Turns Out is for the Best. Dissertation on Military Justice for the Military Deserter, by Doctor of Law and Regular Public Professor, Johann Joachim Schopffer, and by Jacob Heinrich Zernicke of Torun-Borusso, to be publicly aired under the sponsorship of Rostock University]. Vitembergae (Wittenberg): Ex Officina eischfeldiana, 1736 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor, pages brittle, yellowed, edges frayed
  • Numbered Pages – 62
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – Library of the Freie Universitat Berlin and listed in the
    Online-Katalog der Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin (http://stabikat.staatsbibliothek-
    berlin.de)
  • Notes

    In Latin. Includes an abridged German title on the title page

Q.D.B.V. [Quod Deus Bene Vertat] Dissertatio inauguralis iuridica de Processu Inquisitorio in Iudiciis Militaribus Usitato quam praeside Henrico Brokes, D. pandect. P.P. [Per Procura] ordin. Curiae provinc. Facultat. Iurid. atque scabin. Assessore pro summis in utroque iure honoribus rite obtinendis in illustris Academiae Ienensis auditorio iuridico D.V. [Deo Volente] Octobr. MDCCXLVIII, publico eruditorum examini submittit auctor Car. Constans Victor Rucker Moeno-Francofurtensis [What God Turns Out is for the Best. Inaugural Juridical Dissertation on the Investigative Process in Ordinary Military Courts, submitted by the author, Car. Constans Victor Rucker of Frankfurt-am-Main, as a public examination of his knowledge, in October 1748, God willing, at the judicial hearing of the illustrious Academy of Jena, to obtain the highest honors due in law, under the supervision of D. Henricus Brokes, Scholar of the Pandectist Code in a judicial capacity for the Provincial Court, as well as a court assessor]. Ienae (Jena): Ex Officina Io. Frid. Schillii, 1748
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair/poor, some yellowing, brittleness and frayed edges,
    but good for its age
  • Numbered Pages – 40
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – Not listed in the Library of Congress, Antiqbook or
    WorldCat
  • Notes

    In Latin. Includes an appendix in German

Regles Internationales et Diplomatie de la Mer par M. Theodore Ortolan. Troisieme edition, mise en harmonie avec le dernier etat des traites, suivie d'un appendice special, contenant les principaux documents officiels relatifs a la derniere guerre d'Orient et les actes du Congres de Paris de 1856 [International Law and Diplomacy of the Sea. Third edition, keeping up with the latest state of treaties, followed by a special appendix containing the principal official documents relating to the Crimean War and the proceedings of the Congress of Paris of 1856]. Theodore Ortolan. Two volumes bound in one, paginated separately, Paris: Librairie de Henri Plon, 1856
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair, some yellowing, brittleness, frayed edges. Title page
    is torn and taped
  • Numbered Pages – unnumbered
  • Scannable – 468 (for Volume One); 524 (for Volume Two)
  • LC Call Number – JX4412.O82 (for a later 4th edition of 1864)
  • OCLC Number – 831925 (for this edition)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 10 libraries in the United States,
    4 libraries in the Netherlands, one in England, and one in Brazil
  • Notes

    In French. Two volumes in one, though the spine title shows only Vol. I. Each volume includes its own table of contents at its end

Remarks on Popular Sovereignty, as Maintained and Denied Respectively by Judge [Stephen Arnold] Douglas, and Attorney-General [Jeremiah Sullivan] Black. By a Southern Citizen. Baltimore: Murphy & Co. Printers and Publishers, 1859
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    "Reverdy Johnson," written in ink on the cover, under the author's pseudonym, a Southern Citizen

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair/poor, yellowed, creased, water damaged, cover has
    small tear at bottom
  • Numbered Pages – 48
  • Scannable – No, binding is too fragile
  • LC Call Number – JK318.J7; Microfilm 59431 JK
  • OCLC Number – 6615668
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 48 libraries throughout the United
    States, and in microform in 143 libraries in the United States
  • Notes

    In English. Bound together with other pamphlets and clippings in a volume with the spine title, "Douglas & Black on Popular Sovereignty." One of two copies in this collection. The other copy is loose in a manila envelope in Box 14 in this collection

Remarks on Popular Sovereignty, as Maintained and Denied Respectively by Judge [Stephen Arnold] Douglas, and Attorney-General [Jeremiah Sullivan] Black. By a Southern Citizen. Baltimore: Murphy & Co. Printers and Publishers, 1859
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    "Reverdy Johnson," written in pencil on the cover, under the author's pseudonym, a Southern Citizen

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair, yellowed, creased, edges frayed, but intact
  • Numbered Pages – 48
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – JK318.J7; Microfilm 59431 JK
  • OCLC Number – 6615668
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 48 libraries throughout the United
    States, and in microform in 143 libraries in the United States
  • Notes

    In English. Pamphlet loose in a manila envelope in Box 14 in this collection. One of two copies in this collection. The other copy is bound together with other pamphlets and clippings in a volume with the spine title, "Douglas & Black on Popular Sovereignty," in Box 5 in this collection

Remarks on the Army Regulations and Executive Regulations in General. G. Norman Lieber. Washington: GPO, 1898 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 189
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – UB501 1898d Microfilm 34601 UB
  • OCLC Number –56434540
  • Notes

    In English. Spine says "LIEBER ON REGULATIONS."

Remarks on the Army Regulations and Executive Regulations in General. G. Norman Lieber. Washington: GPO, 1898
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 189
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – UB501 1898d Microfilm 34601 UB
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Some marks. Tape on page 15.

Report of the Decision of the Supreme Court of the United States, and the Opinions of the Judges Thereof, in the Case of Dred Scott versus John F.A. Sandford. December Term, 1856. Benjamin C. Howard, from the nineteenth volume of Howard’s Reports, Washington, C. Wendell, printer, 1857
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 239
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – KF4545.S5H64 1857 Law Library
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Three other related but separate items are bound together with this Dred Scott Report: The Echo Cases, the Lemmon Slave Case, and the Corrie Piracy Case. A newspaper clipping found with these items is loose in a manila envelope in Box 14

Report of the Trials in the Echo Cases, in Federal Court, Charleston, S.C., April, 1859; Togther with Arguments of Counsel and Charge of the Court. J. Woodruff, Phonograph Reporter, Columbia, S.C.: Steam-Power Press of R.W. Gibbes, 1859
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 115
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – KF223.B38R47 1859 Law Library Trials
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Bound together with the Dred Scott Report

The Rise and Progress of the English Constitution. E.S. Creasy. New York D. Appleton and Company. 1856 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    Inserted text at beginning. Notes and inserted pages in center of book. Notes written in text. Inserted page of numbers at end of book. Handwritten notes at end of book

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair. Some water spots.
  • Numbered Pages – 392
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – LAW <A & E Treatises "Crea"> (1856)
  • OCLC Number – 3226683 (1856) 5759696 (1869 edition)
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English

The Rise and Progress of the English Constitution. Sir Edward Creasy, Chief Justice of Ceylon, London: Richard Bentley, 1868
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 400
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – KD3938.C74 1868
  • OCLC Number – 11004349
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 6 libraries in the United
    States and one each in York (Ontario), Dublin, Leeds, Newcastle, and
    Stellenbosch (South Africa)
  • Notes

    In English. Includes an index. The Third Edition is also in this collection

The Rise and Progress of the English Constitution: The Treatise of J.L. (Jean Louis) De Lolme, LL.D. with an Historical and Legal Introduction, and Notes, by A.J. Stephens. Vol. I. London: John W. Parker. 1838
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – Yes, fold-out pages
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 487
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – JN117 .L7 1838
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English

The Rise and Progress of the English Constitution: The Treatise of J.L. (Jean Louis) De Lolme, LL.D. with an Historical and Legal Introduction, and Notes, by A.J. Stephens. Vol. II. London: John W. Parker. 1838
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 487
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – JN117 .L7 1838
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English

Romische Geschichte. Bis zur Schlacht von Pydna [History of Rome. Up to the Battle of Pydna]. Theodor Mommsen. Vol. I. 2nd Edition. Berlin: Weidmannsche Buchhandlung, 1856
  • Inserts, fold–out pages

    Fold-out military map of Italy on inside front cover

  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good/fair, some brittleness and yellowing, torn edge on
    title page. Fold-out map has torn corner
  • Numbered Pages – 924
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – DG209.M73 1856
  • OCLC Number – 7766346
  • Other copies reported – The Library of Congress also has several later editions
    and English translations
  • Notes

    In German. Romische is misspelled as Rominsche on spine

Romische Geschichte. Von der Schlacht bei Pydna bis auf Sullas Tod [History of Rome. From the Battle at Pydna to the Death of Sulla]. Theodor Mommsen. Vol. II. 2nd Edition. Berlin: Weidmannsche Buchhandlung, 1857
  • Inserts, fold–out page – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good/fair, some brittleness and yellowing
  • Numbered Pages – 609
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – DG209.M73 1856
  • OCLC Number – 7766346
  • Other copies reported – The Library of Congress also has several later editions
    and English translations
  • Notes

    In German. Romische is misspelled as Rominsche on spine

Die Römische Kaisergeschichte, ein von den Geschichtschreibern aufgestelltes Zerrbild, umgestaltet im Namen der unpartheiischen Kritik des neunzehnten Jahrhunderts: Als Probe: Nero ein Scheusal genannt, dargestellt als guter Mensch und vortrefflicher Regent, unschuldig verlästert und gebrandmarkt [History of the Roman Emperors, One of the Most Outlandish Caricatures of Histrorians, Recast in the Name of Nonpartisan Critics of the Nineteenth Century: Case in Point: Nero Known as a Monster, Changed into a Good Man and Virtuous Ruler, Innocent, Maligned, and Branded]. Werner Reinhold, Pasewalk: Freyberg, 1839 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    Comment in defense of Nero

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor, cover torn and brittle, pages brittle
  • Numbered Pages – 50
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – Herzogin Anna Amalia Bibliothek, HAAB (Duchess
    Anna Amalia Library), Weimar, Germany
  • Notes

    In German. Includes bindery order in English. Clipping from American Publishers' Circular, September 15, 1863: "Historical Whitewashing." Clipping from London Spectator, July 4, 1863, on writing by "G.H.L." defending Nero

Scrapbook. Newspaper clippings and handwritten notes, June 1861 through August 1863
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, binding broken, newspaper clippings brittle,
    crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – Backing pages are hand-numbered up to page 220 but
    page numbers have no relation to what is pasted on them
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Some of the clippings are loose. Most are pasted over bound pages of general statements of imports and exports (lists of items and the countries they are coming from or going to)

Select Speeches of the Right Honourable George Canning; with a Preliminary Biographical Sketch, and an Appendix of Extracts from His Writings and Speeches. Robert Walsh, ed. Phildelphia: Desilver, Thomas & CO.: 1836
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor. Brittle pages and edges, stains, tears on pages
    517-520.
  • Numbered Pages – 583
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – DA522.C2 A187 1836
  • OCLC Number – 11225005
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Spine says "Canning's Speeches."

A Short Account of the Hartford Convention, Taken from Official Documents, and Addressed to the Fair Minded and the Well Disposed. To Which is Added an Attested Copy of the Secret Journal of that Body. Boston: O. Everett, 1823
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber

    Dr Lieber from ?

  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair. General yellowing. Many water spots throughout
    book. Some pencil marks.
  • Numbered Pages – 363
  • Scannable – Yes
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Spine says "Hartford Convention 1814-1815 Otis in Defence of Hartford Convention Adams on the Conspiracy to Dissolve the Union Temperance Jubilee of the Constitution 1839. The item also contains "Otis' Letters in Defence of The Hartford Convention and the People of Massachusetts," "Correspondence Between John Quincy Adams, Esquire, President of the United States, and Several Several Citizens of Massachusetts Concerning the Charge of a Design to Dissolve the Union Alleged to Have Existed in that State," "Letter from an Aged and Retired Citizen of Boston to a Member of the House of Representatives of Massachusetts, on Coercive Measures in Aid of Temperance," and "The Jubilee of the Constitution." Spine label says "Hartford Convention 1814-1815, Otis in Defense of Hartford Convention, Adams on the Conspiracy to Dissolve the Union, Temperance, Jubilee of the Constitution, 1839."

Some Truths Worth Remembering, Given, as a Recapitulation, in a Farewell Lecture to the Class of Political Economy of 1849, by Prof. Francis Lieber. Published by the class. South Carolina College [became the University of South Carolina in 1906]
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor, no binding, yellowed, frayed edges
  • Numbered Pages – 6
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – HB172.L7
  • OCLC Number – 7202242
  • Other copies reported – Duke University Library; College of Charleston
  • Notes

    In English. Loose in a manila envelope in Box 14 this collection

The Spanish Conquest in America, and Its Relation to the History of Slavery and to the Government of Colonies. Arthur Helps. Vol. III. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1857
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 532
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – F1411.H482
  • OCLC Number – 5019795
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 130 libraries worldwide
  • Notes

    In English. Some footnotes in Spanish. Includes maps

The Spanish Conquest in America, and Its Relation to the History of Slavery and to the Government of Colonies. Arthur Helps. Vol. IV. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1868
  • Inserts, fold–out pages

    Fold-out map on inside front cover: Scenes of Spanish Conquest in North and South America

  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 456
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – F1411.H482
  • OCLC Number – 5019795
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 130 libraries worldwide
  • Notes

    In English. Some footnotes in Spanish. Includes maps. Includes a cumulative index for all four volumes

The Spanish Conquest in America, and its Relation to the History of Slavery and to the Government of Colonies. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1856. Volume I
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    Francis Lieber

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good. General yellowing.
  • Numbered Pages – 490
  • Scannable – Yes
  • LC Call Number – F1411 .H482
  • OCLC Number – 2433354
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Book one of four volume set. Spine says "The Spanish Conquest in America Helps Vol. I"

The Spanish Conquest in America, and its Relation to the History of Slavery and to the Government of Colonies. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1856. Volume II
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    Francis Lieber

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 470
  • Scannable – Yes
  • LC Call Number – F1411 .H482
  • OCLC Number – 2433354
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Book one of four volume set. Spine says "The Spanish Conquest in America Hleps Vol. II"

Speeches and Forensic Arguments, by Daniel Webster. Vol. I. Boston: Perkins, Marvin, and Company. Philadelphia: Henry Perkins, 1835
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber

    On blank page preceding the title page: "For Dr. Lieber, with [unclear] Webster's regards"

  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair/poor, yellowed, brittle, water damage, but intact
  • Numbered Pages – 520
  • Scannable – No, binding is too fragile
  • LC Call Number – E337.8.W387 (for the 3-volume 1835-1846 edition)
  • OCLC Number – 1247880 (for the 2-volume 1835 edition)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists the 2-volume 1835 edition in 42 libraries
    in the United States, one in Ontario, one in Edinburgh, one in Glasgow, and
    one in Utrecht
  • Notes

    In English. Includes an engraving of Daniel Webster by James B. Longaere, on the page immediately preceding the title page. This is Volume 1 (of 2) only. Vol. 2 is not in this collection. Later editions also have a Volume 3

Die Strafgesetzgebung in Ihrer Fortbilbung (?).
(Die Strafgesetzgebung in ihrer Fortbildung: geprüft nach den Forderungen der Wissenschaft und nach den Erfahrungen über den Werth neuer Gesetzgebungen, und über die Schwierigkeiten der Codification, mit vorzüglicher Rücksicht auf den Gang der Berathungen von Entwürfen der Strafgesetzgebung in constitutionellen Staaten.) C.J.A. (Carl Joseph Anton) Mittermaier. Heidelberg: K Winter, 1841.B20
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 478
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – D359.M54
  • OCLC Number – 2860930
  • Other copies reported – The Library of Congress also has an 1859 edition
  • Notes

    In German

Trial of Lieutenant Joel Abbot, by the General Navy Court Martial, Holden on Board the U.S. Ship Independence, at the Navy Yard, Charlestown, Massachusetts, on allegations Made Against Him, by Capt. David Porter, Navy Commander. Reported by F.W. Waldo, Esq. One of His Counsel. To Which is Added and Appendix, Containing Sundry Documents in Relation to the Management of Affairs on the Boston Station. F.W. Waldo. Boston: Russell & Gardner, 1822
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    "Jonathon (last name illegible) 183?" written on first page. "Fisher 1830" written on second page.

  • Physical Condition – Very poor. Water damage, brittle pages, loose pages,
    spine missing.
  • Numbered Pages – 164 plus 72 page appendix
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – KF7652.A23 A23 1822 Toner Coll, Microfilm 48321 VB
  • OCLC Number – 4027989
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Spine of box containing book says "Trial of Lietenant Joel Abbot. Porter. Boston 1822."

Universal History, from the Creation of the World to the Beginning of the Eighteenth Century. By the late Hon. Alexander Fraser Tytler, Lord Woodhouselee. In two volumes. Vol. II. Boston: Hilliard, Gray, and Company, 1836
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    In both pencil and ink, notes margins, passages checked and underlined

  • Physical Condition – Fair/poor, yellowed, brittle, water damage, but intact
  • Numbered Pages – 524
  • Scannable – No, binding is too fragile
  • LC Call Number – D20.W85 1838 (for a later 2-volume edition)
  • OCLC Number – 2547184 (for the later 2-volume 1838 edition)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists the later 2-volume 1838 edition in 22
    libraries in the United States
  • Notes

    In English. Includes a cumulative index for both volumes 1 and 2.

Universal History, from the Creation of the World to the Beginning of the Eighteenth Century. Hon. Alexander Fraser Tytle, Lord Woodhouselee. Volume I. Boston: Hilliard, Gray, and Company, 1837
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair. Aging, water damage, ink stains from notes written
    in book
  • Numbered Pages – 524
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – D20 .W85 1838 (1838 edition)
  • OCLC Number – 12939025 (1835 edition)
  • Other copies reported – D20 .W85 1839 (1839 edition)
  • Notes

    In English. Many notes and marks made in the book. Non-uniform page length for a few pages.

The Use of the Army in Aid of the Civil Power. G. Norman Lieber, Judge-Advocate General , U.S. Army. War Department, Document No. 64. Washington, D.C.: GPO, 1898 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    On inside front cover: "April 19, 1947. Donated by J.A.G. by Mrs. C.F. Stearns, daughter of Gen Lieber. [signed] Thomas H. Green, Maj Gen JAG"

  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 88
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – UB770.L7
  • OCLC Number –56434585
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 61 libraries throughout
    the United States
  • Notes

    In English. A pamphlet found in this book and several newspaper clippings are loose in a manila envelope in Box 14 in this collection

Die Verbreitung der Activen Menschenrasse uber den Erdball Andeutungen von Dr Gustav Klemm [The Spread of the Active Races of Man Over the Globe. Interpretations by Dr Gustav Klemm]. Dresden: Teubner, 1845
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, binding broken, pages brittle, torn, crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – 34
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – Hamburger Antiquariat Keip GmbH
  • Notes

    In German. Included in book slipcase labeled "Pamphlets Vol. II" on spine

View of the State of Europe During the Middle Ages, by Henry Hallam. From the sixth London edition [originally published in 3 volumes in 1834]. Complete in one volume. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1859
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair, yellowing and some brittleness
  • Numbered Pages – 568
  • Scannable – No, binding is too fragile
  • LC Call Number – D117.H185
  • OCLC Number – 2756157
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 41 libraries in the United
    States and one in Nova Scotia
  • Notes

    In English. Includes an index

William Penn: An Historical Biography, from new sources, with an extra chapter on the "Macaulay Charges." William Hepworth Dixon, Philadelphia: Blanchard and Lea, 1851 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber

    "To Lieber L.L.D. from his friend Samuel R Wood [place name not clear] 7 mo 15th 1855"

  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 353
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – F152.2D62 1851
  • OCLC Number – 799052
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 122 libraries in the United
    States and three in Canada. Another edition was published in London in the
    same year
  • Notes

    In English. Includes advertisements for other books by the same publisher

Die Wissenschaft des Staates, Erster Theil: Der Mensch [Science of States. Part One: Man]. Pertinax Philalethes (pseudonym), St Gallen & Bern: Verlag von Huber und Comp., 1848
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair, some brittleness, yellowing, water spots
  • Numbered Pages – 290
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – Not listed in the Library of Congress, Antiqbook or
    WorldCat
  • Notes

    In German

The Works of Rufus Choate with a Memoir of His Life. Samuel Gilman Brown. Vol. II. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1862
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good but with some yellowing
  • Numbered Pages – 523
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – E338.C54 (for both volumes)
  • OCLC Number – 635555 (for both volumes)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 239 libraries in the United
    States, three in Canada, one in Australia, and three in England. The
    University of Michigan has a digital reproduction on its website
  • Notes

    In English. Includes a cumulative index for both volumes I and II. This is Volume 2 (of 2) only. Volume 1 is not in this collection. The memoir cited on the title page, is in volume 1, not in this volume

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