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Apel, August Tales of the wild and the wonderful. [Two lines from Cardinal Ippolito d'Este] : Published in London, 1825
Aplin, John A Discourse, addressed to the Sons of Liberty, at a solemn assembly, near Liberty-Tree, in Boston, February 14, 1766
Aplin, John A Discourse, addressed to the Sons of Liberty, at a solemn assembly, near Liberty-Tree, in Newport, February 14, 1766
Aplin, John A Discourse, addressed to the Sons of Liberty, at a solemn assembly, near Liberty-Tree, in Providence, February 14, 1766
Aplin, John John Walton's religion, proved not to be the religion of Jesus. Or A confutation of sundry errors published by John Walton, gent. in his book entituled, The religion of Jesus vindicated. By John Aplin
Aratus To the General Assembly of Maryland. An individual, without consequence or importance, presumes to offer his sentiments upon a subject, which will probably attract your attention during the present session.
Armroyd, George A connected view of the whole internal navigation of the United States; natural and artificial, present and prospective: corrected and improved from the edition of 1826, and much enlarged, from authentic materials, down to the present time. : With a sheet map, and numerous engraved profiles, for the illustration of the subject. : The map has been engraved for the purpose, according to the latest topographical corrections and improvements.--It is projected, on a reduced scale, from Tanner's excellent four sheet map of the United States, recently published. And with various authentic statistical details. By a citizen of the United States
Asa-Asa, Louis The history of Mary Prince, a West Indian slave [electronic resource] Related by herself. With a Supplement by the editor. To which is added, The narrative of Asa-Asa, a captured African
Astell, Mary Letters of the Right Honorable Lady M-y W--y M--e: written during her travels in Europe, Asia, and Africa, to persons of distinction, men of letters, &c. in different parts of Europe. Which contain among other curious relations, accounts of the policy and manners of the Turks; drawn from sources that have been inaccessible to other travellers. To which are added, poems, by the same author. ; In two volumes. Vol. I[-Vol II [electronic resource
Astell, Mary Letters of the Right Honourable Lady M---y W----y M-----e [electronic resource] written,during her travels in Europe, Asia and Africa, to persons of distinction, men of letters, &c. in different parts of Europe. Which contain, among other curious relations, accounts of the policy and manners of the Turks; drawn from sources that have been inaccessible to other travellers. : Vol. I[-Vol. III
Audubon, John James Ornithological biography, or An account of the habits of the birds of the United States of America; accompanied by descriptions of the objects represented in the work entitled The birds of America, and interspersed with delineations of American scenery and manners. By John James Audubon, F.R.SS.L. & E. fellow of the Linnean and Zoological societies of London; member of the Lyceum and Linnean Society of New York, of the Natural History Society of Paris, the Wernerian Natural History Society of Edinburgh; honorary member of the Society of Natural History of Manchester, and of the Scottish Academy of Painting, Architecture, and Sculpture; member of the philosophical societies of Cambridge, Liverpool, and New-Castle-Upon-Tyne, etc. etc
Austin, Sarah Lecture on public instruction in Prussia. Read before the American Institute, by George S. Hillard, Esq. of Boston
Austin, Stephen Fuller Texas. By Mrs. Mary Austin Holley
Author of A visit to the sea-side A visit to the sea-side. [Four lines of verse
Author of A visit to the sea-side A visit to the sea-side. In two parts. : [Four lines of verse
Author of A visit to the sea-side Cousin Elizabeth. By the author of 'A visit to the sea-side.' ; [Four lines of verse from Cowper
Author of A visit to the sea-side The visit concluded: or The second part of A visit to the sea side. [Six lines of verse from Matins and vespers
Author of The Sunday school remembrancer The menagerie: a reward for good children
Author of The Sunday school remembrancer The menagerie. A reward for good children. By the author of "The Sunday school remembrancer." &c
Babcock, Rufus The substance of Mrs. Wade's addresses to the ladies of the Baptist churches in Philadelphia. Reported by Mrs. I.M. Allen
Backhouse, Hannah Chapman Sermon and prayer delivered at Arch Street Meeting, Philadelphia, on first day evening, 10th month 4th, 1835. By Hannah C. Backhouse. ; Taken in short-hand
Bacon, Delia Tales of the Puritans. The regicides.--The fair Pilgrim.--Castine
Baillie, Joanna The bride; a drama, in three acts. By Joanna Baillie
Baldwin, Abigail (Ann) A list of the monasterys, nunnerys, and colleges, belonging to the English papists in several popish countrys beyond sea. Published to inform the people of England of the measures taken by the popish party for the reestablishing of popery in these nations. In a letter to a member of Parliament.
Baldwin, Elihu Whittlesey Fashionable amusements