ID 5604
Last Name Bailey
First Name Lydia R.
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Gender Female
Date of Birth 1779
Date of Death 1869-02-02
Place of Birth Pennsylvania
Place of Death
Related Firms Lydia R. Bailey
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/294939731
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lydia_Bailey_(printer)
Image URL https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lydia_Bailey_(printer)#/media/File:Lydia_R._Bailey.jpg
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Printer Some account of the happy death of Peter V of Somerville, New Jersey. 1817
Printer The daisy; or Cautionary stories in verse. Adapted to the ideas of children from four to eight years old. Illustrated with sixteen engravings on copperplate Part. I 1817
Printer The Happy cottagers; or, The breakfast, dinner, and supper. 1817
Printer The History of William Black, the chimney sweeper. 1817
Printer The institutions of physiology, by J. Fred. Blumenbach, professor of medicine in the University of Gottingen. ; Translated from the Latin of the third and last edition. And supplied with numerous and extensive notes, by John Elliotson, M.D. member of Jesus College, Cambridge; the Royal College of Physicians, London; the Medico-Chirurgical Society of London; member, and formerly president of the Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh. Second Edition. 1817
Printer The life of Andrew Jackson, major general in the service of the United States: comprising a history of the war in the South, from the commencement of the Creek campaign, to the termination of hostilities before New Orleans. Commenced by John Reid, brevet major, United States' Army.; Completed by John Henry Eaton. 1817
Printer The orphan. By the author of The young cottager. 1817
Printer The Robber's daughter. A Tale. Founded on fact. 1817
Printer The second annual report of the Philadelphia Female Tract Society, for the year 1817. Read before the members on the 25th December, 1817. 1817
Printer The sorrows of Yamba: or, The Negro woman's lamentation. 1817
Printer The spiritual combat: to which is added, The peace of the soul, and the happiness of the heart, which dies to itself, in order to live to God. 1817
Printer The trial of Robert W. Houston, versus General John Dicks, and others, members of a court martial, Nathaniel W. Sample, brigade inspector, Molton C. Rogers, Esq. judge advocate, and Daniel Moore, Deputy Marshal. Being an action of trespass, instituted in the Court of Common Pleas, of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. : Containing the proceedings and opinion of the said court. Also, the arguments of counsel before the Supreme Court, at a special session, held at Lancaster, on the 6th March, 1817. And the opinions of the judges of said court, delivered on the 19th May, 1817, reversing the opinion of the court below. By George B. Porter, Esq. 1817
Printer William Bryant, or The folly of superstitious fears 1817
Printer "The Blessed Reformation." Martin Luther, portrayed by himself, contrasted with Martin Luther, portrayed by the Rev. Messrs. Shoeffers, pastors of the Evangelical Lutheran Church:--the one in the city of New York, and the other in Fredericktown, Maryland, in their sermons, preached on the thirty-first of October, 1817. On occasion of the Third Centurial Jubilee of the Reformation. By the Rev. John W. Beschter. 1818
Printer A short, plain, comprehensive, practical Latin grammar, comprising all the rules and observations necessary to an accurate knowledge of the Latin classics, having the signs of quantity affixed to certain syllables, to show their right pronunciation. With an alphabetical vocabulary. The sixth edition revised and improved. By James Ross, A. M., professor of the Latin and Greek languages, North Fourth Street, Philadelphia. 1818
Printer An address on the errors of husbandry, in the United States. Delivered before the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, at their annual meeting, January 14, 1818. By George Logan, M. D. one of the vice-presidents of the Society. 1818
Printer Bailey's Rittenhouse almanac, for the year of our Lord, 1819. Being the third after bissextile, or leap year. Calculated by Joshua Sharp. 1818
Printer Bennett & Walton's almanac, for the year of our Lord 1819. Being the third after bissextile, or leap year. Calculated by Joshua Sharp. 1818
Printer Botanical terminology; or, A pocket companion for students of botany: being a concise explanation of the terms employed in the classification and description of the vegetable kingdom. By John Eberle, M.D. 1818
Printer Charter, rules and by-laws, of the Society for the Relief of Poor and Distressed Members of the Evangelical Lutheran Congregation of St. John's Church, in the City and Vicinity of Philadelphia. 1818
Printer Corderii Colloquiorum centuria selecta or, A select century of the Colloquies of Corderius: with an English translation, as literal as possible: : designed for the use of beginners in the Latin tongue. By John Clarke, late master of the Public Grammar-School in Hull. The fifth edition, more correct than any of the former, by James Ross, professor of the Latin and Greek languages, in the City of Philadelphia. 1818
Printer Corderii Colloquiorum centuria selecta: or, A select century of the Colloquies of Corderius: with an English translation as literal as possible: designed for the use of beginners in the Latin tongue. By John Clarke, late master of the Public Grammar-School in Hull. The fifth edition, more correct than any of the former, By James Ross, professor of the Latin and Greek languages, in the City of Philadelphia. 1818
Printer Corderii Colloquiorum centuria selecta: or, A select century of the Colloquies of Corderius: with an English translation, as literal as possible: : designed for the use of beginners in the Latin tongue. By John Clarke, late master of the Public Grammar-School in Hull. The fifth edition, more correct than any of the former, by James Ross. Professor of the Latin and Greek languages, in the City of Philadelphia. 1818
Printer Corderii Colloquiorum centuria selecta: or, A select century of the Colloquies of Corderius: with an English translation, as literal as possible: : designed for the use of beginners in the Latin tongue. By John Clarke, late master of the Public Grammar-School in Hull. The fifth edition, more correct than any of the former, by James Ross. Professor of the Latin and Greek languages, in the City of Philadelphia. 1818
Printer Desiderii Erasmi Roterodami colloquia familiaria nonnulla selecta: or, Some select familiar colloquies of D. Erasmus, of Rotterdam. With a literal translation. By John Clarke, of Hull. A new edition, in which many errors of former editions, both in the text and translation, have been corrected, and the signs of quantity, to assist the students in pronouncing, are annexed. By James Ross, professor of the Greek and Latin languages in the city of Philadelphia 1818

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