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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, John A view of religions, in two parts. Part I. Containing an alphabetical compedium of the various religious denominations, which have appeared in the world, from the beginning of the Christian era to the present day. Part II. Containing a brief account of the different schemes of religion now embraced among mankind. The whole collected from the best authors, ancient and modern. By Hannah Adams, author of "A summary history of New-England, from its first settlement at Plymouth, to the acceptance of the Federal Constitution
Adams, John The gleaner. A miscellaneous production. In three volumes. By Constantia. ; [Four lines of verse] ; Vol. I[-III]. ; Published according to act of Congress
Adams, John A view of religions, in two parts. Part I. Containing an alphabetical compendium of the various religious denominations, which have appeared in the world, from the beginning of the Christian era to the present day. Part II. Containing a brief account of the different schemes of religion now embraced among mankind. : The whole collected from the best authors, ancient and modern. By Hannah Adams
Adams, John An inaugural dissertation on lithotomy. Submitted to the examination of the Rev. John Andrews, D.D. provost. The trustees and medical faculty of the University of Pennsylvania. On the twenty-fifth day of April, 1811. For the degree of doctor of medicine. By Micajah Clark, of Virginia. Honorary member of the Philadelphia Medical Society---member of the Philadelphia Linnean, and honorary member of the Columbian Society of Virtuosi, Pittsburgh
Adams, John A dictionary of all religions and religious denominations, Jewish, heathen, Mahometan, and Christian, ancient and modern. : With an appendix, containing a sketch of the present state of the world, as to population, religion, toleration, missions, etc. and the articles in which all Christian denominations agree. By Hannah Adams. ; [One line of Scripture text
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
Aikin, John Scientific dialogues. Intended for the instruction and entertainment of young people: : in which the first principles of natural and experimental philosophy are fully explained. : Vol. I[-III]. ... [Four lines from Edgeworth] By the Rev. J. Joyce
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
Baillie, Joanna Self-control. A novel. : [Five lines from Cowper] : Volume I[-II
Baillie, Joanna Self-control. A novel. : [Five lines from Cowper] : Volume I[-II
Baillie, Joanna Self-control. A novel. : [Five lines from Cowper] : Volume I[-II
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
Barbauld, Anna Letitia Scientific dialogues. Intended for the instruction and entertainment of young people: : in which the first principles of natural and experimental philosophy are fully explained. : Vol. I[-III]. ... [Four lines from Edgeworth] By the Rev. J. Joyce
Baron, Alexander An investigation of the properties and effects, of the spiraea trifoliata of Linnaeus, or Indian physic. By Jacob De La Motta, of Charleston South Carolina. Member of the Philadelphia Medical and American Linnaean societies; and member of the Charleston Philosophical Society. ; [Five lines from Darwin
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
Beaufort, Elizabeth Somerset Sacred dramas, chiefly intended for young persons: the subjects taken from the Bible. : To which are added: Reflections of King Hezekiah, and Sensibility, a poem. By Hannah More. ; [Three lines from Cowley
Beaufort, Elizabeth Somerset Sacred dramas, chiefly intended for young persons: the subjects taken from the Bible. : To which are added: Reflections of King Hezekiah, Sensibility, a poem. and Essays on various subjects, principally designed for young ladies. By Hannah More. ; [Three lines from Cowley
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. ; [Five lines of quotations] ; Vol I[-IV
Boscawen, Frances Evelyn The inflexible captive. A tragedy. By Miss Hannah Moore [i.e., More