Name American Antiquarian Society
Online Source https://www.americanantiquarian.org/
Description

The American Antiquarian Society is a national research library of American history and culture through 1876 which has been sharing American stories for more than two hundred years.

Citation

American Antiquarian Society. https://www.americanantiquarian.org/

Titles

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ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
18750 'Tis all for the best Burder , George
18751 'Tis all for the best
18752 'Tis all for the best More , Hannah
18753 'Tis all for the best
18754 'Tis all for the best
18755 'Tis all for the best
18756 'Tis all for the best
18757 'Tis all for the best
18758 'Tis all for the best
18759 'Tis all for the best
18767 'Tis all for the best: exemplified in the character of Mrs. Simpson. : To which is added, The grand assizes; or, General jail delivery, &c. &c. &c
18760 'Tis all for the best. An interesting moral tract. Illustrating the happy effects resulting from a confidence in the equity of divine providence. By Miss Hannah More
18761 'Tis all for the best. An interesting moral tract. Illustrating the happy effects resulting from a confidence in the equity of divine providence. By Miss Hannah More
18762 'Tis all for the best. An interesting narrative of Mrs. Simpson. By Miss Hannah More
18764 'Tis all for the best. By Miss Hannah More
21475 'Tis all for the best. By Miss Hannah More
18765 'Tis all for the best. Entertaining, moral, and religious. Written by Miss Hannah More
18766 'Tis all for the best. Entertaining, moral, and religious. Written by Miss Hannah More
17711 "Children's children are the crown of old men, and the glory of children are their fathers." Cambridge, August 20, 1835
21129 "The blessed Reformation." Martin Luther, portrayed by himself, contrasted with Martin Luther, portrayed by the Rev. Messrs. Shoeffers [i.e., Schaeffers], pastors of the Evangelical Lutheran Church:--the one in the city of New York, and the other in Fredericktown, Maryland, in their sermons, preached on the thirty-first of October, 1817. : On occasion of the third centurial jubilee of the Reformation. : [Four lines from Luther in German and English] By the Rev. John W. Beschter
17851 "The entrance of Thy word giveth light, it giveth understanding to the simple." Exemplified in the short life and triumphant death of Miss Sophia Hoare; who departed this life the 24th of September, 1817, in the fourteenth year of her age
19528 "There is nothing true but Heaven!" Lines composed by Miss Ann Saunders on the melancholy death of James Frier, to whom she expected to be married in a few weeks; but who, with fourteen of his ship companions perished on board the wreck of the ship Francis Mary
18763 "Tis all for the best. By Hannah More. ; [One line of Scripture text
20741 (By authority.) (The last night but one, of performance here for some time.) At the theatre in Baltimore, on Friday evening, the 11th of April, 1783, will be presented, a tragedy, called--The Roman father. ... To which will be added, a pantomime entertainment, called The witches; or Birth, vagaries, and death of Harlequin.
20742 (By authority.) (The last night of performance here this season.) At the theatre in Baltimore on Friday evening, the 6th of June, 1783, will be presented, a tragedy, called--The orphan; or, The unhappy marriage. ... To which will be added, an entertainment, called The Irish widow.