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Aikin, John The farmer and soldier. A tale. By Mrs. L.H. Sigourney. ; Published with the approbation of the Connecticut Peace Society
Aikin, Lucy Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth. By Lucy Aikin
Aikin, Lucy Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth. By Lucy Aikin. ; In two volumes. Vol. I[-II
Aikin, Lucy Selections from the works of Mrs Barbauld: with extracts from Miss Aikin's memoir of that lady. Arranged for the use of young persons by Mrs Hughs. ; [Three lines of verse
Aikin, Lucy Memoir of John Aikin, M.D. by Lucy Aikin. ; With a selection of miscellaneous pieces, biographical, moral and critical
Aikin, Lucy The works of Anna Laetitia Barbauld: with a memoir by Lucy Aikin. : [Three lines of quotation] : In three volumes. Vol. I[-III
Aikin, Lucy Memoirs of the Court of King Charles the First. By Lucy Aikin. ; In two volumes. Vol. I[-II
Aikin, Lucy The works of Anna Laetitia Barbauld. With a memoir by Lucy Aikin. : [Three lines of quotation] : In two volumes. Vol. I[-II
Aikin, Lucy Memoirs of the Court of King James the First. By Lucy Aikin. ; In two volumes. Vol. I[-II
Allen, Bennet A reply to the Church of England planter's first letter respecting the clergy
Allen, Bennet A reply to the Church of England planter's first letter respecting the clergy
Allen, Bennet To the public. November 9, 1768. Mr. Wolstenholme having, in his hand-bill this day, vindicated his conduct in relation to the part he acted during the rencounter between Mr. Dulany and me on Sunday, I am well satisfied that it appears in a different light, from what I at first viewed it in.
Allen, Eliza Crosby The substance of Mrs. Wade's addresses to the ladies of the Baptist churches in Philadelphia. Reported by Mrs. I.M. Allen
Allen, Elizabeth The silent harp; or, Fugitive poems; by Miss Elizabeth Allen. ; [Four lines from Shaw
Allen, Elizabeth The silent harp; or, Fugitive poems: by Miss Elizabeth Allen. ; [Six lines of verse
Allen, Ethan An animadversory address to the inhabitants of the state of Vermont; with remarks on a proclamation, under the hand of His Excellency George Clinton, Esq; governor of the state of New-York. By Ethan Allen
Allen, George R. The history of the New-York African free-schools, from their establishment in 1787, to the present time; embracing a period of more than forty years: : also a brief account of the successful labors, of the New-York Manumission Society: with an appendix, containing specimens of original composition, both in prose and verse, by several of the pupils; pieces spoken at public examinations; an interesting dialogue between Doctor Samuel L. Mitchill, of New-York, and a little black boy of ten years old; and lines illustrative of the Lancasterian system of instruction. By Charles C. Andrews, teacher of the male school
Allen, Ira Miscellaneous remarks, on the proceedings of the state of New-York, against the state of Vermont, &c. By Ira Allen
Allen, Joshua Report of the Watering Committee to the Select and Common Councils. Read February 10, 1820. Published by order of the Councils
Allen, Timothy Answer to Pilate's question, (What is truth?) By Timothy Allen, A.M. and V.D.M
André, John Monody on Major Andre. By Miss Seward. (Author of the elegy on Capt. Cook) ; To which are added, letters addressed to her by Major Andre, in the year 1769
André, John Monody on Major Andre (who was executed at Tappan, November-1780.) By Miss Seward. ; To which are added, Major Andre's letters, addressed to Miss Seward, when at his 18 year
Andrews, Charles C. The history of the New-York African free-schools, from their establishment in 1787, to the present time; embracing a period of more than forty years: : also a brief account of the successful labors, of the New-York Manumission Society: with an appendix, containing specimens of original composition, both in prose and verse, by several of the pupils; pieces spoken at public examinations; an interesting dialogue between Doctor Samuel L. Mitchill, of New-York, and a little black boy of ten years old; and lines illustrative of the Lancasterian system of instruction. By Charles C. Andrews, teacher of the male school
Andrews, Eliza A dialogue on priestcraft: founded on facts. By a lady
Andrews, Miles Peter Every one has his fault: a comedy, in five acts, by Mrs. Inchbald. ; As it is performed at the New Theatre, Philadelphia. ; Mark'd with alterations (by permission of the managers) by William Rowson, prompter