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Aitken, Jane The book of common prayer, and administration of the sacraments and other rites and ceremonies of the church, according to the use of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America: to which is prefixed, an introduction, containing observations on the services for morning and evening, Sundays and holydays
Allen, William The Mother's magazine. Edited by Mrs. A.G. Whittelsey
Belcher, Franklin Married life; or, Faults on all sides. A novel. : In two volumes. By Miss Howard. ; [One line of quotation] ; Vol. I[-II
Belcher, Franklin Married life; or, Faults on all sides. A novel. : In two volumes. By Miss Howard. ; [One line of quotation] ; Vol. I[-II
Bennett, Anna Maria The life of Abel Burke, who died in Philadelphia, January 27th 1817. Containing an account of his conversion, call to the ministry, and of his journeys, and labours of love, in preaching the Gospel freely, in obedience to Bishop Jesus, the Son of God. Written by himself. ; To which is added, an account of his patient sufferings in his last afflictions, and of his truly happy and triumphant death. ; [Two lines from Psalms
Bennett, Anna Maria The life of Abel Burke, who died in Philadelphia, January 27th 1817. Containing an account of his conversion, call to the ministry, and of his journeys, and labours of love, in preaching the Gospel freely, in obedience to Bishop Jesus, the Son of God. Written by himself. ; To which is added, an account of his patient sufferings in his last afflictions, and of his truly happy and triumphant death. ; [Two lines from Psalms
Bradley, Benjamin George Allen, the only son. By a young lady of Boston
Bradley, Benjamin Six months in a convent, or, The narrative of Rebecca Theresa Reed, who was under the influence of the Roman Catholics about two years, and an inmate of the Ursuline Convent on Mount Benedict, Charlestown, Mass., nearly six months, in the years 1831-2. With some preliminary suggestions by the committee of publication
Bradley, Benjamin Six months in a convent, or, The narrative of Rebecca Theresa Reed, who was under the influence of the Roman Catholics about two years, and an inmate of the Ursuline Convent on Mount Benedict, Charlestown, Mass., nearly six months, in the years 1831-2. With some preliminary suggestions by the committee of publication
Bruce, A. Views of society and manners in America; in a series of letters from that country to a friend in England, during the years 1818, 1819, and 1820. By an Englishwoman
Buxton, David Cottage sketches; or, Active retirement. By the author of An antidote to the miseries of human life, Talents improved, &c. ; Two volumes in one. Vol. I[-II]. ; [Three lines from Johnson
Champley, George Juliana Oakley. A tale. By Mrs. Sherwood, author of "Little Henry and his bearer," &c. &c
Champley, George Poems by Anna Laetitia Barbauld. ; [Two lines from Virgil] ; From the London edition. To which is added, an epistle to William Wilberforce, Esq
Champley, George Stories for children in familiar verse. By Mrs. Nancy Sproat, author of "Poetic tales," "Ditties for children," "Good girl's soliloquy," &c. ; With wood engravings
Costey, R. P. Hope Leslie; or Early times in Massachusetts. By the author of Redwood. ; [Eight lines of verse] ; In two volumes. Vol. I[-II
Doyle, Thomas Religion at home, a story, founded on facts. : [Two lines of verse] By Mrs. Williams
Gaskill, Benjamin The Parlour scrap book: comprising sixteen engravings, with poetical and other illustrations. Edited by Willis Gaylord Clark
Gray, William Fairfax The Port folio by Oliver Oldschool, Esq
Hamilton, Turner Destiny; or The chief's daughter. By the author of "Marriage," and "The inheritance." ; [One line from Shakespeare] ; In two volumes. Vol. I[-II
Lomas, George Germany; by the Baroness Stäel Holstein. ; Translated from the French. ; Three volumes in two. Vol. I[-II
Lomas, George Margaret of Anjou. A poem. By Miss Holford
Lomas, George Emilia of Lindinau; or The field of Leipsic. A poem, in four cantos. By Mary Arnald Houghton
Marshall, F. H. The lyre of Tioga. By Mrs. Amira Thompson. ; [Two lines of verse
Megarey, Henry I. Poems by Anna Laetitia Barbauld. ; [Two lines from Virgil] ; From the London edition. To which is added, an epistle to William Wilberforce, Esq
Merrell, B. S. The poetical works of Mrs. Felicia Hemans: complete in one volume. : With a critical preface