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Adams, George Parker & Delaplaine's American edition of the New Edinburgh encyclopaedia, conducted by David Brewster, L.L.D. Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, and of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Assisted by upwards of one hundred gentlemen in Europe, most eminent in science and literature. And now improved for the greater satisfaction and better information of the people of the United States, in the civil, religious & natural history of their country in American biography & in the great discoveries in mechanics & the arts
Adams, Lewis The Scottish chiefs, a romance. : Five volumes in two. By Miss Jane Porter, author of Thaddeus of Warsaw, and Remarks on Sidney's aphorisms. ; [Two lines from Ossian] ; (From the London edition of 1810.) ; Vol. I[-II
Alexander, William Remarks on the theatre, and on the late fire at Richmond, in Virginia [electronic resource
Allen, J. W. A system of universal geography, on the principles of comparison and classification; by William Channing Woodbridge, late instructor in the American Asylum. ; Illustrated with maps and engravings; and accompanied by an atlas, exhibiting, in connection with the outlines of countries, their climate and productions; the prevailing religions, forms of government, and degrees of civilization; and the comparative size of towns, rivers and mountains. ; [Three lines from Jamieson's Logic
Allen, Thomas The American magazine. Containing a miscellaneous collection of original and other valuable essays, in prose and verse, and calculated both for instruction and amusement
Allen, Thomas The young misses' magazine: containing dialogues between a governess and several young ladies of quality, her scholars. : In which each lady is made to speak according to her particular genius, temper, and inclination; their several faults are pointed out, and the easy way to mend them, as well as to think, and speak, and act properly; no less care being taken to form their hearts to goodness, than to enlighten their understandings with useful knowledge. : A short and clear abridgement is also given of sacred and profane history, and some lessons in geography. : The useful is blended throughout with the agreeable, the whole being interspersed with proper reflections and moral tales. Translated from the French of Madem. Le Prince de Beaumont. ; In four volumes. ; Vol. I[-IV
Allen, Thomas Monody on Major Andre, (who was executed at Tappan, November--1780.) By Miss Seward. ; To which are added, Major Andre's letters. Addressed to Miss Seward, when at his 18th year
Allen, Thomas Monody on the unfortunate Major Andre; who was executed at Tappan, November ---, 1780. By Miss Seward. ; To which are added, Major Andre's letters. Addressed to Miss Seward, when at his 18th year
Amey, Robert His Catholick Majesty's manifesto [electronic resource] justifying his conduct in relation to the late convention. : With his reasons for not paying the ninety-five thousand pounds
Andrews, William Memoirs of an American lady: with sketches of manners and scenery in America, as they existed previous to the Revolution. By the author of "Letters from the mountains," &c. &c. ; Two volumes in one. Volume I[-II
Arden, Daniel D. The Scottish chiefs, a romance. : Five volumes in two. By Miss Jane Porter, author of Thaddeus of Warsaw, and Remarks on Sidney's aphorisms. ; [Two lines from Ossian] ; (From the London edition of 1810.) ; Vol. I[-II
Arden, Thomas S. Essay on Irish bulls. By Richard Lovell Edgeworth, and Maria Edgeworth, author of Castle Rackrent, &c. ; [Two lines in Latin from Juvenal
Armstrong, Samuel Turell Reflections on the seven days of the week. By Catherine Talbot. ; With a sketch of her life
Armstrong, Samuel Turell The shepherd of Salisbury plain
Armstrong, Samuel Turell The busy bee. By Mrs. Sherwood, author of "Little Henry and his bearer," "Lucy Clare," &c
Armstrong, Samuel Turell Conversion of Mrs. Eleanor Emerson. Written by herself
Armstrong, Samuel Turell Reflections on the seven days of the week. By Catherine Talbot. ; With a sketch of her life
Armstrong, Samuel Turell Little Henry and his bearer
Armstrong, Samuel Turell Sermons to children. To which are added short hymns suited to the subjects. By a lady
Armstrong, Samuel Turell The history of an Indian woman; or Religion exemplified in the life of Poor Sarah. Founded on fact
Armstrong, Samuel Turell Little Henry and his bearer
Armstrong, Samuel Turell Poor Sarah, an Indian woman
Armstrong, Samuel Turell The two sisters. By Mrs. Sherwood, author of "Little Henry and his bearer," &c. &c
Armstrong, Samuel Turell The happy waterman or Honesty the best policy
Armstrong, Samuel Turell A sermon, preached at Haverhill, (Mass.) in remembrance of Mrs. Harriet Newell, wife of the Rev. Samuel Newell, missionary to India. Who died at the Isle of France, Nov. 30, 1812, aged 19 years. : To which are added Memoirs of her life. By Leonard Woods, D.D. Abbot Professor of Christian Theology in the Theol. Sem. Andover