Name America's Historical Imprints I: Evans, 1639–1800
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Provides full text, digital images of books, pamphlets, broadsides and periodicals published in America from 1639-1800. 

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Readix Archive of Americana. Early American Imprints Imprints, Series I: Evans, 1639–1800, https://www.readex.com/products/early-american-imprints-series-i-evans-1639-1800.

Titles

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ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
15508 Evelina: Or, a Young Lady’s Entrance into the World. In Two Volumes. Burney , Frances
Cornelius Davis (New York)
John Harrisson (New York City)
Gaine & Ten Eyck (New York City)
Peter A. Mesier (New York City)
John Tiebout [Pearl Street] (New York City)
Naphtali Judah (New York City)
C. Smith (New York City)
1797
15509 Evelina: Or, a Young Lady’s Entrance into the World. In Two Volumes. Burney , Frances
1797
16297 Evenings at Home; or, The Juvenile Budget Opened: Consisting of a Variety of Miscellaneous Pieces, for the Instruction and Amusement of Young Persons. An Abridgement of the London Edition. Barbauld , Anna Laetitia
Aikin , John
1799 An Abridgement of the London Edition.
16302 Evenings at Home; or, The Juvenile Budget Opened. Consisting of a Variety of Miscellaneous Pieces, for the Instruction and Amusement of Young Persons. Barbauld , Anna Laetitia
Aikin , John
1799
16303 Evenings at Home; or, The Juvenile Budget Opened. Consisting of a Variety of Miscellaneous Pieces, for the Instruction and Amusement of Young Persons. Second Edition. Barbauld , Anna Laetitia
Aikin , John
1797 Second Edition.
16057 Hymns on different spiritual subjects. In two parts. Part I. Containing xxvi hymns, on various subjects, suitable to Christian worship. By Benjamin Cleavland. Fourth edition. Part II. Containing xxxii hymns by Anna Beeman of Warren in Connecticut. And xxiv hymns by Amos Wells. To which is added a number of hymns by different authors particularly adapted to the Baptist worship. Beeman , Anna
Cleaveland , Benjamin
Wells , Amos
1792
16331 Hymns, On Various Subjects. Composed by Lucy Allen. 1795
25033 Letters from France: containing many new anecdotes relative to the French Revolution, and the present state of French manners. By Helen Maria Williams. Vol. II. Williams , Helen Maria
David West (Boston)
Thomas and Andrews (Boston)
Ebenezer Larkin, Jun. (Boston)
1792
20516 Letters on the French Revolution, written in France, in the summer of 1790, to a friend in England; containing, various anecdotes relative to that interesting event, and memoirs of Mons. and Madame Du F--. By Helen Maria Williams. The First American Edition. Williams , Helen Maria
1791 The First American Edition
15401 Letters on the improvement of the mind. Addressed to a lady. By Mrs. Chapone Chapone , Hester Mulso
William Wells (Boston)
Thomas B. Wait and Co. (Boston)
1809
14862 Liberty and Peace, a poem. By Phillis Peters. Wheatley , Phillis
1784
16095 Martin and James; or, The reward of integrity; a moral tale. Designed for the improvement of children. Watts , Isaac
Unknown , [Woman]
Henry and Patrick Rice (Philadelphia)
1794
19434 Mentoria; or the Young Lady's Friend. In two volumes. By Mrs. Rowson, of the New-Theatre, Philadelphia: Author of The Inquisitor, Fille de Chambre, Victoria, Charlotte, &c. &c. Rowson , Susanna
Robert Campbell (Philadelphia)
1794
19436 New song, Sung by Mr. Darley, jun. in the Pantomimical Dance, called The Sailor's Landlady. Words by Mrs. Rowson: music by Mr. Reinagle. Rowson , Susanna
1794
19441 Reuben and Rachel; or, Tales of Old Times. A novel. By Mrs. Rowson, author of Charlotte, Trials of the Heart, Fille de chambre, &c. &c. Published according to act of Congress. Rowson , Susanna
David West [Cornhill] (Boston)
1798
20462 Sermons to children; to which are added, short hymns, suited to the subjects. By a lady. Wilkinson , Rebecca
Samuel Hall (Boston)
1797
19443 Slaves in Algiers; or, a Struggle for Freedom: a play, interspersed with songs, in three acts. By Mrs. Rowson. As performed at the New Theatres, in Philadelphia and Baltimore. Rowson , Susanna
Fennell , James
1794
18903 Songs in the Highland Reel. A comic opera. In three acts. By John O'Keefe, Esq. As sung at the New Theatre, Philadelphia. Corrected and revised by Mr. Rowson, prompter. O'Keeffe , John
Rowson , Susanna
Rowson , William
Shield , William
Mathew Carey [118 Market Street] (Philadelphia)
1794
15557 The blind child, or Anecdotes of the Wyndham family. Written for the use of young people. By a lady. Pinchard , Elizabeth Sibthorpe
1795
15979 The Copy of a Letter Written by our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ; And found Eighty-four Miles from Iconium, Sixty-five Years after our Saviour's Death. Together with King Agbarus's Letter to our Saviour, our Saviour's Answer; and, Lentulus's Epistle to the Senate of Rome, concerning our Saviour. To which is added An Hymn of Praise To the Name of Jesus, the Saviour of Mankind. By the late celebrated Mrs. Rowe. Rowe , Elizabeth Singer
Christ , Jesus
, Abgar V
1761
19422 The fille de chambre, a novel. By Mrs. Rowson, of the New Theatre, Baltimore; author of Charlotte, The Inquisitor, Victoria, &c. Rowson , Susanna
1795
19423 The fille de chambre, a novel. By Mrs. Rowson, of the New Theatre, Philadelphia; author of Charlotte, The Inquisitor, Victoria, &c. Rowson , Susanna
Henry and Patrick Rice (Philadelphia)
James Rice and Co. (Baltimore)
1794
16018 The Folly and Vanity of A Life spent in the Pursuit of Worldly Profit, Ease, or Pleasure, compared with A Life wholly employed in endeavouring to glorify God, and Do Good to Mankind; illustrated in Some Account Of the pious Lady Elizabeth Hastings, and of Armelle Nicolas, a poor ignorant Country Maid in France, Commonly known by the Name of The Good Armelle. de la Nativité , Jeanne
Unknown ,
1770
15905 The Glebe House, a tale. By A Lady of Distinction. First American Edition. Unknown , [Woman]
Black and North (Salem)
1799 First American Edition
18902 The Highland Reel: a Comic Opera, in three acts. As performed with universal applause at the theatre--Federal-Street. By John O'Keeffe, Esq. O'Keeffe , John
Rowson , Susanna
W. P. and Lemuel Blake (Boston)
1797