Bound volume of 19 Harvard addresses

V.p., v.d. 1819-1866. 19 volumes in 1, contemporary three-quarter red morocco over marbled boards, gilt-lettered spine in 5 compartments, marbled endpapers; almost all original front wrappers bound in; ex-Minnesota Historical Society bookplate marked withdrawn; extremities rubbed, else very good. Manuscript table of contents bound in at the front. 1) Norton, Andrews. Inaugural discourses, delivered before the University in Cambridge, August 10, 1819. Cambridge: Hilliard and Metcalf, 1819, pp. 48 (see Sabin 55865); Everett, Edward. An address delivered at the erection of a monument to John Harvard, September 26, 1828. Boston: Nathan Hale, 1828, pp. 24; drab front cover wrapper inscribed by the author (American Imprints 33100); Quincy, Josiah. An address delivered at the dedication of Dane Law College in Harvard University, October 23, 1832. Cambridge: E.W. Metcalf and Co., 1832, pp. 27 (Sabin 67194); Greenleaf, Simon. A discourse pronounced at the inauguration of the author as Royall Professor of Law in Harvard University, August 26, 1834. Cambridge: James Munroe and Company, 1834, pp. 28 (American Imprints 24723); White, Daniel Appleton. An address delivered before the Society of the Alumni of Harvard University, on their anniversary, August 27, 1844. Cambridge: John Owen, 1844, pp. 42; original brown printed front cover wrapper inscribed by the author, although the trimming of the edges has affected text with loss of meaning (American Imprints 44-6601); Winthrop, Robert C. An address delivered before the Association of the Alumni of Harvard College. Cambridge: John Bartlett, 1852, pp. 59.; Addresses at the inauguration of the Rev. James Walker, D.D., as President of Harvard College, Tuesday, May 24, 1853. Cambridge: John Bartlett, 1853, pp. 69; original brown printed wrapper inscribed and signed to the Minnesota Historical Society by entomologist and Harvard librarian Thaddeus Harris (1795-1856); Clarke, Edward H. The relation of drugs to treatment: an introductory lecture before the medical class of 1856-57 of Harvard University. Boston: David Clapp, 1856, pp. 28; [French, Francis Ormond.] Class poem: Harvard College, MDCCCLVII. New York: Robert Macoy, 1857, pp. 30; Bacon, John. Introductory address, delivered to the medical class of Harvard University, Wednesday, November 3, 1858. Boston: David Clapp, 1858, pp. 19; original green front cover wrapper inscribed by the author (inscription trimmed without loss of meaning); Holmes, Oliver Wendell. Valedictory address, delivered to the medical graduates of Harvard University, at the annual comencement, Wednesday, March 10, 1858. Boston: David Clapp, 1858, pp. 15 (BAL 8780); Bigelow, Henry Jacob. Science and success: a valedictory address delivered to the medical graduates of Harvard University, at the annual comencement, Wednesday, March 9, 1859. Boston: David Clapp, 1859, pp. 24; Jackson, Joseph C. The relations of the American lawyer to the state: an oration delivered before the assembly of the Harvard Law School, at the opening of the fall term, September, 1859. Cambridge: Welch, Bigelow, and Company, 1859, pp. 26; Washburn, Emory. Professional training as an element of success and conservative influence: a lecture before the members of the Harvard Law School, at the close of the term, January 11, 1861. Boston: Harvard Law School, 1861, pp. 24; Walker, James. An address delivered before the alumni of Harvard College, July 16, 1863. Cambridge: Sever and Francis, 1863, pp. 28; Addresses at the inauguration of Thomas Mill, D.D., as president of Harvard College, Wednesday, March 4, 1863. Cambridge: Sever and Francis, 1863, pp. 39; Baccalaureate sermon, and oration and poem: class of 1864. Cambridge: Welch, Bigelow, and Company, 1864, pp. 50, [2]; Andrew, John A. An address to the graduating class of the medical school in the University at Cambridge, on Wednesday, March 9, 1864. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1864, pp. 28; Alumni Hall: an appeal to the alumni and friends of Harvard College. Cambridge: Press of John Wilson and Sons, 1866, pp. 23; 2 plates, bound in letter signed in print by Amos A. Lawrence, J. Ingersoll Bowditch, Stephen M. Weld, and 9 others. Item #41855

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