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|Named Person:||De Witt Clinton|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
James Hardie; Society of Iconophiles, New York.
"Plate drawn and engraved by Francis S. King. The portrait is from a painting by C.C. Ingham. The view of the Battery is part of a large plate in Cadwallader D. Colden's 'Memoir prepared at the request of a committee of the Common council ... at the celebration of the completion of the New York canals.' New York, 1825."--p.  of cover.
"A short account of the rise, progress, and completion of the great canal, and of the grand celebration which took place in this city on that auspicious occasion. From Hardie's 'Description of the city of New York, ' 1827, pp. 135-142," p. 3-8.
Original paper covers bound in.
Binding, by Taffin, of full orange crushed levant morocco, gilt, with arms of New York City stamped on sides.
|Description:||8 p. pl. 28.5 cm.|