Name America's Historical Imprints II: Shaw-Shoemaker, 1801-1819
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20948 Memoirs of the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture. Containing communications on various subjects in Husbandry & Rural Affairs. To which is added, at the request of the Society, "Agricultural Inquiries on Plaister of Paris." Vol. II. Peters , Richard
Mease , James
Steele , John D.
Cooper , Paul
Young , William
Roberts , Algernon
Taylor , John
Lang , John
Phillips , William
Robinson , Abednigo
De Gruchy , J. P.
Lyman , Joseph
Preston , Samuel
Newbold , Thomas
Smith , S. H.
Busti , Paul
Barton , Dr.
Armstrong , John
Pickering , Timothy
Garrigues , Edward
Lorain , John
Hollingsworth , Z.
Rawle , William
Cutbush , James
Thouin , Monsieur
Drayton , C.
Perlee , A.
Baldwin , W.
Mason , W. Wallis
Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner (Philadelphia)
1811
20407 Memoirs, or Spiritual exercises of Elisabeth West: written by her own hand. First American, from the last Edinburgh Edition. Corrected by an American gentleman. West , Elisabeth
1817 First American, from the last Edinburgh Edition.
19435 Miscellaneous poems; by Susanna Rowson, preceptress of the Ladies' Academy, Newton, Mass. Author of Charlotte, Inquisitor, Reuben and Rachel, &c. &c. Rowson , Susanna
1804
20484 Monkcliffe Abbey or, The history of Albert, Elwina and Adeline. By Sarah Wilkinson. To which is added, Lopez and Aranthe; or, The suicide. Also, the beautiful little tale of The Abbey of Clunedale. Wilkinson , Sarah Scudgell
1807
16584 Monte Video; or, The officer's wife and her sister. A novel. By Mrs. Bridget Bluemantle, author of The Husband and Wife, Three Old Maids, &c. &c. ; Thomas , Elizabeth
Mathew Carey [121 Chesnut Street] (Philadelphia)
1816
19796 Moral pieces in prose and verse. By Lydia Huntley. Sigourney , Lydia Howard
1815
17289 Moral tales for young people. By Maria Edgeworth, author of "The parent's assistant," "Tales of fashionable life," &c. ; Three volumes in two. Edgeworth , Maria
George Long (New York)
1821
17285 Moral tales for young people. By Maria Edgeworth, author of Practical education, &c. Edgeworth , Maria
Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner (Philadelphia)
1810
17288 Moral Tales for Young People. By Maria Edgeworth, Author of The Parent's Assistant, Tales of Fashionable Life, &c. In Three Volumes. Edgeworth , Maria
Joseph Milligan (Georgetown)
1811
17287 Moral Tales for Young People. By Maria Edgeworth, Author of The Parent's Assistant, Tales of Fashionable Life, &c. In Three Volumes. Edgeworth , Maria
William B. Gilley (New York City)
1819
17286 Moral tales for young people. By Maria Edgeworth, author of The parent's assistant, Tales of fashionable life, &c.; In three volumes. Edgeworth , Maria
William B. Gilley (New York City)
1818
19510 More Trifles! For the benefit of the rising generation. By the author of "Juliana."—"Trifles, or, Friendly mites." "Eason House."—Addresses of an affectionate mother," &c. &c. Sandham , Elizabeth
Paraclete Potter (Poughkeepsie)
1814
17069 More ways than one. A comedy, in five acts. By Mrs. Cowley. As performed at the theatres, Covent-Garden and Boston. Cowley , Hannah
John West [Boston] (Boston)
1806
17070 More ways than one. A comedy, in five acts. By Mrs. Cowley. As performed at the theatres, Covent-Garden and New-York. From the prompt-book--by permission of the manager. Cowley , Hannah
David Longworth (New York City)
1806
18216 Moreland Vale; or The fair fugitive: By a lady, of the state of New-York; Author of Henry Villars. Unknown , [Woman]
1805
18215 Moreland Vale; or The fair fugitive. By a lady, of the state of New York: Author of Henry Villars. Unknown , [Woman]
Samuel Campbell (New York City)
1801
17087 Mornton. A novel. In three volumes. By Margaret Cullen, author of "Home." Cullen , Margaret
Wells and Lilly (Boston)
Mathew Carey [121 Chesnut Street] (Philadelphia)
1816
17291 Murad, the Unlucky. A Tale. By Maria Edgeworth Edgeworth , Maria
Cramer & Spear (Pittsburgh, PA)
1818
16114 My Brother a Poem. Illustrated with Engravings. Elliott , Mary Belson
William Charles (New York)
1819
16113 My Brother. A Poem : Illustrated with Engravings. Elliott , Mary Belson
William Charles (New York)
1817
16111 My Brother. A Poem for Children. Elliott , Mary Belson
Samuel Wood & Sons [357 Pearl Street] (New York)
1817
16347 New American Cookery, or Female Companion. Containing, Full and Ample Directions for Roasting, Broiling, Stewing, Hashing, Boiling, Preserving, Pickling, Potting, Fricasees, Soups, Puff-pastes, Puddings, Custards, Pies, Tarts, &c. Also, the Making of Wines and Cheese. Peculiarly Adapted to the American Mode of Cooking. By an American Lady. Unknown , [Woman]
Thomas B. Jansen (New York)
1805
21061 No. 13. A Sunday's excursion. Philadelphia Female Tract Society (Philadelphia)
1816
19253 Nocturnal visit, a tale. By Maria Regina Roche, author of The children of the abbey, Maid of the hamlet, Vicar of Lansdowne, and Clermont. Roche I , Regina Maria
John Conrad & Co. (Philadelphia)
M. and J. Conrad & Co. (Baltimore)
Rapin, Conrad, & Co. (Washington)
1801
17988 Oakwood Hall; a novel, by Catharine Hutton, author of the "Miser married," and "Welsh mountaineer." In two volumes. Hutton , Catherine
M. Carey and Son (Philadelphia)
1819