By Theodore B. Gates., The "Ulster guard" was the 20th regiment, New York infantry (militia) which reenlisted at the expiration of its three months' service, and became the 80th New York infantry., Text identical with the author's "The 'Ulster guard'" 1879. The earlier edition is not illustrated., Also issued online.
Imprinted . cf. ESTC. T.-p. vignette; vignettes in text. Sold by J. Marshall, (Printer to the Cheap Repository for Religious and Moral Tracts); and R. White: by S. Hazard, at Bath; and by all Booksellers, Newsmen, and Hawkers, in Town and Country., At head of title: Cheap repository. The story of sinful Sally. Told by herself. Shewing how from being Sally of the Green she was first led to become Sinful Sally, and afterwards Drunken Sal, and how at last she came to a most melancholy and almost hopeless End ; being therein a Warning to all young Women both in Town and Country.
A midsummer trip to the tropics.--Martinique sketches.--Appendix: Some Creole melodies., by Lafcadio Hearn ..., "Several, or portions of several, papers have been published in Harper's magazine."--Pref., Book cover attributed to Alice C. Morse in: Dubansky, Windell. The Proper Decoration of Book Covers: The Life and Work of Alice C. Morse. New York: Grolier Club of New York, 2008., Dubanksy, M. Proper Decoration p. 51, entry 90-3, Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
vol. I. 1. Captain Roger Bodenham's voyage to Scio in 1551. 2. Robert Tomson, of Andover, merchant: his voyage to the West Indies and Mexico, 1556-58. 3. Master Roger Bodenham: his trip to Mexico, 1564-65. 4. Sir John Hawkins' first voyage to the West Indies, October 1562-September 1563. 5. Sir John Hawkins' second voyage to the West Indies, 18th October 1564-20th September 1565. 6. The third voyage of Sir John Hawkins, 1567-68. 7. Hawkins' pretended treachery in the summer of 1571. 8. Jasper Campion: The English trade to Scio, 1539-70. 9. Anthony Munday: Captivity of John Fox. 10. Thomas Stevens, an English Jesuit; his voyage to India by the Cape route. 11. The third Hawkins' voyage, 1567-68; three narratives by survivors. 12. Thomas Sanders: The unfortunate voyage of the Jesus to Tripoli, 1584. 13. John Chilton: Travels in Mexico, 1568-85. 14. The voyage of Thomas Cavendish round the globe, 1586-88. 15. The first Englishmen who reached India overland, 1583- 89. -vol. II. 1. Jan Huyghen van Linschoten; Voyage to Goa and back, 1583-92, with his account of the East Indies. 2. The voyage of the Dog to the Gulf of Mexico, 1589. 3. The destruction of Portuguese carracks by English seamen, 1592-94. 4. Captain Nicholas Downton; The sinking of the carrack, The five wounds. 5. Strange and wonderful things happened to Richard Hasleton, 1582-92. 6. The antiquity of the trade with English ships into Levant. 7. Edward Wright, mathematician; The voyage of the Earl of Cumberland to the Azores, etc., 1589. 8. A fight at sea by the Dolphin of London, against five of the Turks' men-of-war, January 12, 1616[-17]. 9. Sir Francis Drake revived; a narrative of the Nombre de Dios' expedition of 1572-73. 10. Nineteen years' captivity in the higlands of Ceylon, sustained by Captain Robert Knox, March 1660-October 1679. 11. A relation of the retaking of the island of Sainta Helena., With an introduction by C. Raymond Beazley., Some of the tracts have special t.p., "The texts contained in the present volume are reprinted with very slight alterations from the 'English garner' issued in eight volumes (1877-1890, London, 8vo.) by Professor Arber.. The contents of the original 'Garner' have been rearranged and ... classified, under the general editorial supervision of Mr. Thomas Seccombe. Certain lacunae have been filled by the interpolation of fresh matter."--Publisher's note: v. 1, p.[iv].