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Baldwin, Elihu Whittlesey On fashionable amusements
Ball, Aaron Elegies, composed on the decease of the following persons, Rev. Isaac Stelle. Rev. Benjamin Miller. Rev. Reune Runyon. Mary Stelle. Mary Stelle, daughter of Oliver, and Mary, Stelle, with a letter of condolence to Oliver Stelle on the death of his wife. Compiled and published by Oliver Stelle
Ball, William The New Jersey almanack for the year of Christian account 1744. ... With a meridian of five hours distant west [of] London; and calculated for the meridian of Trenton, where the Pole Artic [sic] is elevated above the horizon 40 deg. 20 min. ... By William Ball, philomath.
Barclay, Robert Reasons for the necessity of silent waiting, in order to the solemn worship of God. To which are added, several quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. By M.B
Barclay, Robert Reasons for the necessity of silent waiting, in order to the solemn worship of God. To which are added, several quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. By Mary Brook
Barclay, Robert Reasons for the necessity of silent waiting, in order to the solemn worship of God. To which are added, several quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. By Mary Brook
Barclay, Robert Abhandlungen über die Natur und Wirkung der christlichen Taufe, Communion, und des gottesdienstlichen Harrens auf den Herrn; welchen beygefügt sind einige wenige Anmerkungen über die Beobachtung oeffentlicher Fasten und Feyertäge. Durch Joseph Phipps
Barclay, Robert Reasons for the necessity of silent waiting, in order to the solemn worship of God. To which are added, several quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. By Mary Brook
Barclay, Robert Dissertations on the nature and effect of Christian baptism, Christian communion, and religious waiting upon God. By Joseph Phipps
Barclay, Robert Reasons for the necessity of silent waiting in order to the solemn worship of God. To which are added several quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. By Mary Brook
Barclay, Robert Reasons for the necessity of silent waiting, in order to the solemn worship of God. To which are added, several quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. By Mary Brook
Barnard, Anne Lindsay The family story book. Vol. I [-II]. Compiled by the editors of the Popular library
Barnard, Peter Dialogues on domestic and rural economy, and the fashionable follies of the world. Interspersed with occasional observations on some popular opinions. : [Five lines of quotations] : To which is added an appendix, on burns, &c. with their treatment. By Hannah Barnard
Barnes, Lucy The Pioneer. [Four lines of verse] : This little pamphlet is particularly designed for the perusal of those who have so far gained the victory over their prejudices against the doctrine of a world's salvation from sin and misery, that they are enabled to look at both sides of that all important subject upon which it treats--to "prove all things, and hold fast that which is good." 1 Thess. v. 21
Barney, Mary Chase Mrs. Barney's letter to Andrew Jackson, president of the United States
Barney, Mary Chase Mrs. Barney's letter to General Jackson
Barney, Mary Chase A biographical memoir of the late Commodore Joshua Barney: from autographical notes and journals in possession of his family, and other authentic sources. Edited by Mary Barney. ; [Four lines of quotations
Barney, Mary Chase Proposals by Mary Barney, for publishing on the first day of November next, and on the beginning of every month thereafter, in the city of Baltimore, a new periodical work to be entitled the National magazine; or, Lady's emporium
Barney, Mary Chase Letter from Mrs. Mary Barney, of Baltimore, to Andrew Jackson, president of the United States
Barney, Mary Chase Letter from Mrs. Mary Barney, to General Jackson. Baltimore, June 13th, 1829
Bartlet, Moses Whereas John Rogers yesterday at Deacon Snows, read a printed letter of mine ... June 8, 1742
Bassett, Mary An account of Mary Bassett, late of Chilmark
Bates, Benjamin Notice is hereby given to the curious, that at the house of Mrs. Abegal Smith in Providence will be exhibited and continued from day to day (the weather being fair) for a few days, a course of experiments on the newly discovered electrical fire
Bayly, C. At the Sign of the Indian King, in Baltimore, in a large room fitted up in a theatrical manner, on Monday evening, the 2d day of December, and every Monday and Thursday following, if fair, for a few weeks, the noted Bayly will exhibit his grand medley of entertainments
Beach, John A sermon, shewing, that eternal life is God's free gift, bestowed upon men according to their moral behaviour. And that free grace and free will concur, in the affair of man's salvation. By John Beach, A.M