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Adams, Abigail The virtues of society. A tale, founded on fact. By the author of The virtues of nature. ; [Two lines from Cartwright] ; Published according to act of Congress
Adams, Abigail The virtues of society. A tale, founded on fact. By the author of The virtues of nature. ; [Two lines from Cartwright] ; Published according to act of Congress
Adams, Samuel An independent ode, dedicated to the illustrious president of the United States, the governour of this commonwealth, and all true patriots of liberty
Alison, Archibald A series of popular essays, illustrative of principles essentially connected with the improvement of the understanding, the imagination, and the heart. By Elizabeth Hamilton, author of Letters on the elementary principles of education, Cottagers of Glenburnie, &c. ; In two volumes--Vol. I[-II]. ; [Four lines from Milton
Allen, Gertrude Louisa Wallace; or, The fight of Falkirk, a metrical romance. By Miss Holford
Atkinson, Joseph The lay of an Irish harp; or Metrical fragments. By Miss Owenson. ; [Two lines of quotations
Atkinson, Joseph The lay of an Irish harp; or Metrical fragments. By Miss Owenson. ; [Two lines of quotations
Balfour, William Emmeline. With some other pieces. By Mary Brunton, author of Self-control, and Discipline. ; To which is prefixed a memoir of her life, including some extracts from her correspondence
Balfour, William Emmeline. With some other pieces. By Mary Brunton, author of Self-control, and Discipline. ; To which is prefixed a memoir of her life, including some extracts from her correspondence
Barton, William Paul Crillon Botanical terminology; or, A pocket companion for students of botany: being a concise explanation of the terms employed in the classification and description of the vegetable kingdom. By John Eberle, M.D
Bingham, Anne Willing Trials of the human heart, a novel. In four volumes. By Mrs. Rowson, of the New Theatre, Philadelphia, author of Charlotte, Fille de chambre, Inquisitor, &c. &c.
Bowdoin, James Ouâbi: or The virtues of nature. An Indian tale. In four cantos. By Philenia, a lady of Boston. ; [One line from Spenser
Burke, Edmund A Residence in France, during the years 1792, 1793, 1794, and 1795; described in a series of letters from an English lady: : with general and incidental remarks on the French character and manners. Prepared for the press by John Gifford, Esq. author of The history of France, Letter to Lord Lauderdale, Letter to the Hon. T. Erskine, &c
Carlisle, Frederick Howard Memoirs of the life of Dr. Darwin, chiefly during his residence in Lichfield, with anecdotes of his friends, and criticisms on his writings. By Anna Seward
Charlotte Fabulous histories, designed for the amusement & instruction of young persons. By Mrs. Trimmer
Charlotte The belle's stratagem; a comedy, in five acts. By Mrs. Cowley. ; As performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, and at the Boston Theatre
Charlotte Fabulous histories. Designed for the amusement and instruction of young persons. By Mrs. Trimmer
Charlotte [Fabulous histories. Designed for the amusement and instruction of young persons. By Mrs. Trimmer
Charlotte Letters to a young lady, in which the duties and character of women are considered, chiefly with a reference to prevailing opinions. By Mrs. West, author of Letters to a young man, etc.
Charlotte Fabulous histories, designed for the amusement & instruction of young persons. By Mrs. Trimmer
Clarke, Olive The religious experience and counsels, of Mrs. Ruth Stanley, dedicated to her children
Cullen, William Home. A novel. In two volumes. By Miss Cullen, daughter of the celebrated Dr. Cullen. ; [Two lines of quotation
Daggett, Melletiah Clarke The religious experience and counsels, of Mrs. Ruth Stanley, dedicated to her children
Dudley, Joseph The captivity and deliverance of Mr. John Williams, pastor of the church in Deerfield, and Mrs. Mary Rowlandson, of Lancaster, who were taken, together with their families and neighbors, by the French and Indians, and carried into Canada. Written by themselves
Duncan of Camperdown, Adam Duncan A sailor's friendship, and a soldier's love. Two volumes in one.