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Ramsay, David History of the United States, from their first settlement as English colonies, in 1607, to the year 1808, or the thirty-third of their sovereignty and independence. By David Ramsay, M.D. Continued to the Treaty of Ghent, by S.S. Smith, D.D. and L.L.D. and other literary gentlemen. In three volumes.
Ramsay, David History of the United States, from their first settlement as English colonies, in 1607, to the year 1808; or, the thirty-third of their sovereignty and independence. By David Ramsay, M.D. Continued to the Treaty of Ghent, by S.S. Smith, D.D. and L.L.D. and other literary gentlemen. In three volumes. Second edition, revised and corrected.
Randolph, William Beverley The Virginia housewife: or, Methodical cook. By Mrs. Mary Randolph. : [One line of quotation
Randolph, William Beverley The Virginia housewife: or, Methodical cook. By Mrs. Mary Randolph. : [One line of quotation
Randolph, William Beverley The Virginia house-wife, or Methodical cook. By Mrs. Mary Randolph. : [One line of quotation
Randolph, William Beverley The Virginia house-wife, or Methodical cook. By Mrs. Mary Randolph. ; [One line of quotation
Randolph, William Beverley The Virginia house wife: or, Methodical cook. By Mrs. Mary Randolph. ; [One line of quotation
Reed, David The badge, a moral tale for children. By the author of the "Factory girl," "James Talbot," &c
Reed, David The two birth-days, a moral tale. By the author of the "Factory girl," "James Talbot," "The badge," &c
Reed, William The second part of Ditties for children. By the authoress of "Ditties for children," &c. &c.
Robbins, Eliza American popular lessons, chiefly selected from the writings of Mrs. Barbauld, Miss Edgeworth, and other approved writers. : Revised and corrected by the author. : Designed particularly for the younger classes of children in schools. : When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child. St. Paul
Ross, James Desiderii Erasmi Roterodami colloquia familiaria nonnulla selecta: or, Some select familiar colloquies of D. Erasmus, of Rotterdam. With a literal translation. By John Clarke, of Hull. A new edition, in which many errors of former editions, both in the text and translation, have been corrected, and the signs of quantity, to assist the students in pronouncing, are annexed. By James Ross, professor of the Greek and Latin languages in the city of Philadelphia
Russell, John B. Resignation. An American novel. By a lady. ; [Ten lines from Young] ; In two volumes. Vol. I[-II
Sherman, Louis Catechism on the collects of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America. By the wife of a missionary
Starret, David Life and writings of Miss Eliza Waite, who died at Freeport, (Me.) January 13, 1819, in the 20th year of her age. To which is subjoined a letter written by Mr. James Young, of Edinburgh, to his wife, in 1697.
Stephens, Edward The Portland sketch book. Edited by Mrs. Ann S. Stephens.
Stone, Henry The Virginia house-wife. [One line of quotation
Stone, Henry The Virginia house-wife. [One line of quotation
Taylor, John S. The museum, by Charlotte Elizabeth. ; Edited by Uncle Arthur
Tracy, George Manning The American toilet. [Vignette title: The American toilet
Van Winkle, Cornelius S. Changing scenes, containing a description of men and manners of the present day, with humourous details of the Knickerbockers. : In two volumes. By a lady of New-York.
Van Winkle, Cornelius S. The pleasures of religion: a poem. : [Four lines from Cowper
Wainwright, Jonathan Mayhew The life of Reginald Heber, D.D. Lord Bishop of Calcutta. By his widow. ; With selections from his correspondence, unpublished poems, and private papers; together with a journal of his tour in Norway, Sweden, Russia, Hungary, and Germany, and a history of the Cossacks.
Warner, Benjamin Ditties for children. By a lady of Boston.
Willard, Emma A system of universal geography, on the principles of comparison and classification; by William Channing Woodbridge, member of the Geographical Society of Paris