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Allardice, Samuel The history of a clergyman's widow, and her young family. By Mrs. Hofland, author of The officer's widow; Merchant's widow; Daughter-in-law; Sisters; Panorama of Europe; &c. &c. ; [Three lines from Akenside
Ashmun, Rachel Comick dramas, in three acts. By Maria Edgeworth, author of "Tales of fashionable life," &c &c
Bailey, Nancy B. Classic tales: designed for the instruction and amusement of young persons. By the author of "American popular lessons," "Tales from American history," &c. &c. ; Embellished with original and appropriate engravings
Baldwin, Phebe Anna Ross; a story for children. By the author of "The decision"--"Profession is not principle," "Father Clement," &c
Bartlett, C. H. The children in the wood. To which is added, My mother's grave, a pathetic story
Bartlett, John Robert Woodard; or, The heedless boy. By the author of "John Williams," "Alice and Ruth," &c
Bates, Phineas Biographical sketches of great and good men. Designed for the amusement and instruction of young persons
Beer, William Letters and conversations on the Indian missions at Seneca, Tuscarora, Cattaraugus, in the state of New York, and Maumee, in the state of Ohio. In four parts. By the author of Letters and conversations on the Sandwich Islands, Bombay, Ceylon, and Indian missions. ; [Three lines of quotation] ; Revised by the Publishing Committee
Belden, C. C. Sketches of natural history. By Mary Howitt
Biglow, Abraham An abridgement of the history of New-England, for the use of young persons. By Hannah Adams
Brigham, Clarence Saunders Tonnewonte, or The adopted son of America. A tale, containing scenes from real life. By an American. ; [Eight lines from Goldsmith
Brim, Betsey The Publications of the American Tract Society
Burage, Eliza Ann The deputy commissary's guide within the province of Maryland together with plain and sufficient directions for testators to form, and executors to perform their wills and testaments; for administrators to compleat their administrations, and for every person any way concerned in deceased person's [sic] estates, to proceed therein with safety to themselves and others. By Elie Vallette. Register of the Prerogative Office of the said province
Campbell, John My mother. A poem by a lady ; illustrated with engravings
Carroll, Jane My mother, or, Recollections of infancy, childhood and youth. Embellished with several neat engravings
Crawford, Mollie Abridgement of the logographic emblematical French spelling book, or, French pronunciation made easy. A system by which a child of only four or five years, of even indifferent capacity and entirely unacquainted with the alphabet, will, in a few months, read French with fluency, and correctness of pronunciation. By C. Shedden
Crocker, Hannah Mather The Journals of Madam Knight, and Rev. Mr. Buckingham. From the original manuscripts, written in 1704 & 1710
Curtis, Anna Wroe Scollay Friendship in death; in letters from the dead to the living. : To which are added Letters moral and entertaining, in prose and verse. By Mrs. Elizabeth Rowe
Dannes, Martin A short and easy mehod of prayer: by the truly pious Lady Guion. ; To which is prefixed, the life of the author
Derby, John We [blank] do hereby certify [blank] has taken or subscribed an oath that [blank] only owners of the ship or vessel called the [blank] of [blank] whereof [blank] is at present master and is a citizen of the United States, and that the said ship or vessel is foreign built [blank] We have therefore ordered the said ship or vessel to be measured, and do certify that the said ship or vessel has [blank] decks [blank] masts, that her length is [blank] her breadth [blank] and her depth [blank] and that she measures [blank] tons that she is [blank] has galleries and badges, and [blank] head [blank] And the said [blank] having consented & agreed to the description & admeasurement above specified we certify that the above has been duly registered in this office. Given under our hands & seals at the port of [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety [blank
Derby, Samuel Gardner We [blank] do hereby certify [blank] has taken or subscribed an oath that [blank] only owners of the ship or vessel called the [blank] of [blank] whereof [blank] is at present master and is a citizen of the United States, and that the said ship or vessel is foreign built [blank] We have therefore ordered the said ship or vessel to be measured, and do certify that the said ship or vessel has [blank] decks [blank] masts, that her length is [blank] her breadth [blank] and her depth [blank] and that she measures [blank] tons that she is [blank] has galleries and badges, and [blank] head [blank] And the said [blank] having consented & agreed to the description & admeasurement above specified we certify that the above has been duly registered in this office. Given under our hands & seals at the port of [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety [blank
Duncan, A. The dry ground. By Mrs. Sherwood, author of "Little Henry and his bearer," &c
Dyott, Frances Adeline Hover Devout exercises of the heart, in meditation and soliloquy, prayer and praise. By the late pious and ingenious Mrs. Elizabeth Rowe. ; Reviewed and published, at her request, by I. Watts. D.D
Eames, Wilberforce Tonnewonte, or The adopted son of America. A tale, containing scenes from real life. By an American. ; [Eight lines from Goldsmith
Ellery, William Extract from An act, for the relief and protection of American seamen