ID 8403
Last Name Low
First Name Esther Prentiss
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Gender Female
Date of Birth 1762
Date of Death 1816
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VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/2298022
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Low%27s_Encyclopaedia
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Printer This day is published, no. 106, of a new & complete encyclopaedia: or, universal dictionary of arts and sciences, price twenty-five cents, payable on delivery. 1809
Author This day is published, no. 106, of a new & complete encyclopaedia: or, universal dictionary of arts and sciences, price twenty-five cents, payable on delivery. 1809
Printer An Impartial and concise history of the French Revolution, from its first causes and commencement in 1789, to the conclusion, and coronation of Bonaparte, Emperor of the French, on the 2d Dec. 1804. From the most authentic sources. First American edition. 1810
Publisher An Impartial and concise history of the French Revolution, from its first causes and commencement in 1789, to the conclusion, and coronation of Bonaparte, Emperor of the French, on the 2d Dec. 1804. From the most authentic sources. First American edition. 1810
Publisher Georgia from the latest authorities 1810 1810
Printer M'Fingal: a modern epic poem, in four cantos. By John Trumbull, Esq. Embellished with nine copper plates, designed and engraved by E. Tisdale. The Second Edition with Plates, and explanatory notes. 1810
Publisher M'Fingal: a modern epic poem, in four cantos. By John Trumbull, Esq. Embellished with nine copper plates, designed and engraved by E. Tisdale. The Second Edition with Plates, and explanatory notes. 1810
Printer The Christian soldier; or, Heaven taken by storm. Shewing the holy violence a Christian is to put forth in the pursuit after glory. By Thomas Watson, minister of the Gospel. From the second London edition, revised and corrected by the Rev. Mr. Armstrong, lecturer of St. Michael, Crooked-Lane. 1810
Printer A new and complete American medical family herbal, wherein, is displayed the true properties and medical virtues of the plants, indigenous to the United States of America: together with Lewis' secret remedy, newly discovered, which has been found infallible in the cure of that dreadful disease hydrophobia; produced by the bite of a mad dog. Being the result of more than thirty years experienced practice of the author, while a prisoner, towards the close of the last war, among the Creek Indians; and his travels through the southern states, whilst making botanic discoveries. By Samuel Henry, botanist, one of the members of the late College of Physicians and Surgeons, and of the Medical Society of the city and county of New-York. With an appendix, of many choice medical secrets, never made known to the world before. 1814
Publisher The history of the propagation of Christianity among the heathen since the Reformation. By the Rev. William Brown, M.D. In two volumes. First American, from the last London edition. 1816

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