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Adams, Hannah An abridgment of the history of New-England, for the use of young persons. Now introduced into the principal schools in this town. By Hannah Adams
Adams, Hannah An abridgment of the history of New-England, for the use of young persons. Now introduced into the principal schools in this town. By Hannah Adams
Adams, Hannah An abridgment of the history of New-England, for the use of young persons. Now introduced into the principal schools in this town. By Hannah Adams
Appleton, Daniel The book of private devotion, a series of prayers and meditations; : with an introductory essay on prayer, chiefly from the writings of Hannah More. ; Revised and enlarged. ; [Two lines of Scripture text
Audubon, John Woodhouse 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
Audubon, Victor Gifford 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
Bailey, Ebenezer The Young ladies' class book; a selection of lessons for reading, in prose and verse. By Ebenezer Bailey, principal of the Young Ladies' High School, Boston
Beck, Paul The good son. By the author of "The sisters," "The good resolution," &c. ; Written for the American Sunday-School Union, and revised by the Committee of Publication
Beck, Paul Familiar dialogues; or, A companion for young ladies and gentlemen: In which their duty to God and their parents, their behaviour to superiors and inferiors, and several other useful and instructive lessons, are recommended. : In two parts: with a preface, by P. Doddridge, D.D. author of The rise and progress of religion, &c. Revised by the Committee of Publication of the American S.S. Union
Beck, Paul Letters on ecclesiastical history. Written for the American Sunday-School Union, and revised by the Committee of Publication. Volume I-[III
Beck, Paul A Mother's tribute. Revised by the Committee of Publication of the American Sunday-School Union
Bemis, James Draper A narrative of the life of Mrs. Mary Jemison, who was taken by the Indians, in the year 1755, when only about twelve years of age, and has continued to reside amongst them to the present time. : Containing an account of the murder of her father and his family; her sufferings; her marriage to two Indians; her troubles with her children; barbarities of the Indians in the French and Revolutionary wars; the life of her last husband, &c.; and many historical facts never before published. Carefully taken from her own words, Nov. 29th, 1823. ; To which is added, an appendix containing an account of the tragedy at the Devil's Hole, in 1763, and of Sullivan's Expedition; the traditions, manners, customs, &c. of the Indians, as believed and practised at the present day, and since Mrs. Jemison's captivity; together with some anecdotes, and other entertaining matter. By James E. Seaver
Benjamin, Park Philothea. A romance. : [Thirteen lines of quotations] By Mrs. Child. Author of 'The mother's book,' &c
Blake, John Lauris Conversations on natural philosophy, in which the elements of that science are familiarly explained, and adapted to the comprehension of young pupils. : Illustrated with plates. By the author of Conversations on chemistry, and Conversations on political economy. ; Improved by appropriate questions, for the examination of scholars; also by illustrative notes, and a dictionary of philosophical terms. By Rev. J.L. Blake, A.M. Rector of St. Matthew's Church, and principal of a literary seminary, Boston, Mass
Blake, John Lauris Conversations on natural philosophy, in which the elements of that science are familiarly explained, and adapted to the comprehension of young pupils. : Illustrated with plates. By the author of Conversations on chemistry, and Conversations on political economy. ; Improved by appropriate questions, for the examination of scholars; also by illustrative notes, and a dictionary of philosophical terms. By Rev. J.L. Blake, A.M. Rector of St. Matthew's Church, and principal of a literary seminary, Boston, Mass
Bradford, William Questions and answers on the historical parts of the New Testament. Intended for the use of the Sunday schools in the city of Philadelphia. By a Lady
Burgess, William Tales from American history. By the author of "American popular lessons," etc. ; In three volumes. (Each volume comprising a distinct subject, and complete in itself.) Vol. I[-III]. ... ; For the use of young persons and schools
Carey, Henry Charles The olive branch: or Faults on both sides, Federal and Democratic. A serious appeal on the necessity of mutual forgiveness & harmony, to save our common country from ruin. : [Seven lines of quotations
Carey, Mathew The moral mirror: or, A looking-glass for sots, parasites, gluttons, clowns, praters, time-servers, pretenders, knaves, knights of the post, atheists, zealots, hypocrites, &c. &c. &c. [Two lines in Latin
Carll, Maskell Mills The Pennsylvania spelling book. By an association of teachers
Child, David Lee The frugal housewife. Dedicated to those who are not ashamed of economy. By the author of Hobomok. ; [Three lines of quotations
Child, William Lucinda; or The mountain mourner. Being recent facts, in a series of letters, from Mrs. Manvill, in the state of New-York, to her sister in Pennsylvania
Child, William Lucinda; or The mountain mourner: being recent facts, in a series of letters, from Mrs. Manvill of the state of New-York, to her sister in Pennsylvania
Clarke, Mary Julia Franciscia's letter to Gen. Andrew Jackson, president of the United States
Cumming, F. H. Little Flora. By a Lady