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Christian's Maga2ine (the), designed to Promote the Knowledge and Influence of Evangelical Truth and Order. Vols. I.—IV. 8vo.
N. Y., 1806-11.
Christian Observer, conducted by Members of the Established Church.
Vols. I.-X. 8vo. Rep. Boston, 1802-1 2.
Christianity. A Scheme for the Revival of. 8vo., pp. *o.
N. Y., 1753.
A Legacy to the World; or, an Essay to Promote Practical
Christianity. By a Civil Magistrate. 8vo., pp. 71. Lond., 176*. Christmas Day (old). A Sermon preached to a large Congregation in the Country, on Friday, January 5, 1753. 8vo., pp. 32.
» Lond., 1753.
Christ's Supremacy, and his Church's Privileges Desended against Human Usurpation. By a Christian. 8vo., pp. 34.
Chronicles And History. The Book of the; with Figures and Portraits, from the. Beginning of the World to the Present Day. Folio. [Printed in Dutch Black Letter.] 1494.
- III., Chap. 1. (A Political Satire.) 1847.
Chubb, Stephen. A Journal containing an Account of the Wrongs, Susferings and Neglect experienced by Americans in France.
Church, A. Discourse before the Georgia Historical Society, on the occasion of its Sixth Anniversary, February i2, 1845. 8vo.
Church And State. A Political Union, formed by the Enemies of both, etc. 8vo., pp. 60. 1802.
Church. Duty of a Suffering: Fast Sermon, preached to a Congregation of the Episcopal Church of Scotland, February 9, 1779. 8vo., pp. 37. Aberdeen, 1779.
Church, John Hubbard. Discourse at the Funeral of Mrs. Mehitabel Atwood, Pelham, N. H. 8vo., pp. 15. Amherst, 1805.
Fast Day Sermon, on the First Settlement of New England,
Andover, April 5, 1810. i2mo., pp. 24. Sutton, 1810.
Discourse at the Funeral of the Rev. Elihu Thayer, D. D. 8vo.,
pp. 28. Exeter, 1812.
Church Op England Man's Private Devotions; being a Collection of Prayers for Special Occasions. ' i2mo. Lond., 1724.
Considerations on the Expediency os Revising the Liturgy and
Articles of the, ete. By a Consistent Protestant. 8vo., pp 1i2.
A Letter to the Church of England, pointing out some Popular
Errors of bad consequence. 8vo., pp. 35. Lond., 1798.
Church Of Scotland. A Letter from a Blacksmith to the Ministers and Elders of the, etc. Seventh edition. i2mo., pp. 72.
Church, Thomas. Remarks on the Rev. Mr. John Wesley's Last Journal, etc. 8vo., pp. 76. Lond., 1745.
Church, Thomas. The Entertaining History of King Philip's War, w hich began in the month of June, 1675, as also of the Expeditions more lately made, etc.; with some Account of the Divine Providence toward Colonel Benjamin Church. Second edition. Portraits of Colonel Church and K. Philip. 8vo.
Newport, R. L, 1772.
The History of Philip's War, commonly called the Great Indian
War of 1675 and 6; with Appendix by S. G. Drake. Second edition, with plates. 8vo. Exeter, 1840.
Churchill, A. and J. Collection of Voyages and Travels, some now first printed from original MSS. 4 vols. Folio. Lond., 1704.
Churchill, Silas. Sermon on the Death of General Washington, Lebanon, 22d February, 1800. i6mo. Albany, 1800.
Churchman's Monthly Maga2ine (The); or, Treasury of Divine and Usesul Knowledge. By a Committee appointed by the Convocation of the Episcopal Church of Connecticut. Vols. I.—VIII. N. S., Vols. I.—II. 8vo. New Haven, N. Y., Eli2abethtown, N. J.
Cicero. The History of his Banishment. Translated from the French of M. Morabin. 8vo. Lond., 1725".
Cato; or, an Essay on Old Age. With Remarks. 8vo.
Orations. Translated into English, with Notes, by William
Guthrie. 3 vols. 8vo. Lond., 1758-66.
Cato Major; or, his Discourse of Old Age. With Explanatory
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Select Orations. Translated into English, with the original Latin,
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Republic of. Translated from the Latin, with a Critical and
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N. Y., 1829.
Cieca De Leon, Pedro De. La Chronica del Peru, nuevamente escrita.
Small 8vo. Anvers, 1554. The Seventeen Years' Travels of, thro' the Mighty Kingdom of
Peru, and the large Provinces of Cartagena and Popayan, in South
America. 4to. [See Stevens's Collection of Voyages.] Lond., 1709. Cilley, Hon. Jonathan. Funeral Oration delivered over his Body;
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Cincinnati. Considerations on the Society or Order of, etc. By
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Observations on the above, etc. By an Obscure Individual.
8vo., pp. 28. Phil., 1783.
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Cincinnati. Historical Society. Annals of the. No. 1. 8vo.
Annual Reports of the Young Men's Mercantile Library Association. 8vo.
Governor Bebb's Anniversary Address before the Young Men's
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Cist, Charles. Cincinnati in 1841: its early Annals and Future Profpects. 1 2mo. Cincinnati, 1841.
Citi2en. The Other Side of the Question; or, a Desence of the Liberties of North America, in Answer to a later "Friendly Address," etc. By a Citi2en. 8vo. N. Y., 1774.
Claesse, Lawrence. Ne Orhoengenc neoni Yogaraskhagh Yondereanayendaghkwa . . . [The Morning and Evening Prayer, the Litany, Church Catechism, Family Prayers, and several Chapters of the Old and New Testaments. Translated into the Mohawk Indian Language by Lawrence Claesse, Interpreter to William Andrews, Missionary to y° Indians from ye Honble. and Rev. y" Society for ye Propagation of ye Gofpel in Foreign Parts. Printed for William Bradford in New York, 1715. 4to. The parts of Scripture translated arc the following: Genesis i. 3; Psalms i. 15— 32; Matthew i. 5; and a great number of detached verses.]
Claggett, Thomas John. Pastoral Letter to the Clergy and Congregations of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Maryland. 8vo.
Rep. N. Y., 1806.
Clandestine Marriages. Letter to the Author of some Considerations on the Act to Prevent. By a Country Gentleman. 8vo., pp. 98.
Clap, Roger. Memoirs of, etc. With a Short Account of the Author and his Family. 8vo., pp. 48. Boston, 1774.
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Clap, Thomas. Brief History and Vindication of the Doctrines Received and Established in the Churches of New England. 8vo., pp. 40. New Haven, 1757.
Some Remarks on his Vindication, etc. of the New England
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The Annals or History of Yale College, in New Haven, in the Colony of Connecticut, from the first Founding thereof, in the year 1700, to the year 1766. Appendix, etc. 8vo.
New Haven, 1766.
Clapham, Samuel. Thanksgiving Sermon at Great Ousebourne, 19th December, 1797. i2mo., pp. 28. Leeds, 1798.
Clare, John, Earl Of, Chancellor of Ireland. Speech in Irish Ho"le of Lords, February 19, 1798. Second edition. 8vo., pp. 87.
Report from the Committee of Secrecy of the House of Lords of
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Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl Of. Brief View and Survey of the Dangerous and Pernicious Errors to Church and State in Mr. Hobbes' Book entitled " Leviathan." 4to. Oxford, 1676.
History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England. 3d vol.,
folio. Oxford, 1704.
The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England, begun
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Clark, Aaron. Manual, compiled and prepared for the Use of the Assembly, etc. i2mo. Albany, 1816.
Clark, Benjamin C. A Plea for Hayti; with a Glance at her Relations with France, England, and the United States, for the last Sixty Years. 8vo., pp. 50. [MS. Notes and Additions, by Caleb Swan.] Boston, 1853.
Clark, Daniel. Prooss of the Corruption of General James Wilkinson, and of his Connection with Aaron Burr, etc. 8vo. Phil., 1809.
Clark, Ebene2er L. Fast Sermon, at Winchendon, Mass., April 3, 1823. 8vo.,.pp. 15. Worcester.
Clark, John. Self-Annihilation: a Sermon at the Funeral of Mrs. Joanna Turner, etc. 8vo., pp. 31. Bath, 1785.
Clark, Jonas. Artillery Election Sermon, Boston, June 6, 1768. 8vo.
Sermon delivered at an occasional Lecture, appointed to eneourage
Vocal Music. 8vo., pp. 38. Boston, 1770.
Massachusetts Election Sermon, May 30, 1781. 8vo., pp. 74.
Clark, Joseph. Oration (4th July, 1794) at*.ochester, N. H. 8vo., pp. i2. Dover, 1794.
Clark, Joseph. Sermon on the Death of the Hon. William Patcrson, LL. D., New Brunswick, September 21, 1806. 8vo., pp. 24.
New Brunswick, 1806.
Clark, Joseph. The Sorrows and Advantages of Asfliction: a Sermon delivered in Oliver Street Church, September 22, 1833. 8vo.
N. Y., 1833.
Clark, Joshua V. H. Onondaga; or, Reminiscences of Earlier and Later Times, etc. 2 vols. 8vo. Syracuse, 1849.
Lights and Lines of Indian Character, and Scenes of Pioneer Lise.
i2mo. Syracuse, 1854
Clark, Peter. The Witness of the Spirit in the Hearts of Believers.
8vo., pp. 46. Boston, 1744. A Summer Morning's Conversation between a Minister and a
Neighbor, etc., on Original Sin. 8vo., pp. 132. App. 24.
Dudleian Lecture, Harvard College, May 11, 1763. 8vo., pp.
47. Boston, 1763.
Clark, Samuel. Marrow of Ecclesiastical History, etc. 8vo. [Titlepage missing.] 1650.
Clarke, Stephen Merrill. Report of the Evidence, Arguments of Counsel, Charge and Sentence, at the Trial of, for Arson, February 15, 16, 17, 1821. 8vo., pp. 63. Salem, 1821.
Clark, Thomas. Observations on the Nature and Cure of Fevers, etc. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1801.
Clark, Thomas. Sketches of the Naval History of the United States, from the Commencement of the Revolutionary War to the Present Time. With an Appendix. i2mo. Phil., 1813.
Clarke, Adam. A Letter to a Methodist Preacher, on his Entrance into the Work of the Ministry, etc. 8vo., pp. 36. Second edition. Lond., 1800.
Holy Bible; with a Commentary, and Critical Notes, etc. Parts
1-10. 4to. N. Y., 1811-14.
Clarke, Edward Daniel. Voyages en Russe, en Tartarie, et en Turquie. Traduits de l'Anglais, avec Plans ct Cartes Geographiques. Tomes 2. 8vo. Paris, 18i2.
Clarke, Hewson. The Saunterer; a periodical paper. 1 2mo.
New Castle, 1805.
Clarke, John. Sermon at the Interment of Rev. Dr. Samuel Cooper, Boston. 8vo., pp. 35. Boston, 1784.
Discourse before the Humane Society of Massachusetts, June 11,
1793. 4to., pp. 36. Boston, 1793.
Answer to the Question—Why are you a Christian? 8vo., pp.
43. Boston, 1795.
Occasional Discourses, on the Death of Dr. Cooper, Dr. Chauncy,
etc. 1 2mo. Boston, 1804.
Clarke, Mathew St. Clair (and D. A. Hall). Legislative and Documentary History of «he Bank of the United States, including the Original Bank of North America. 8vo. Washington, 183 2.
Clarke, Richard. Prophetic Numbers of Daniel and John, etc. (relative to the Millennium). 8vo., pp. 24. Rep. Boston, 1759.
[clarke, William.] Observations on the Late and Present Conduct of the French, with regard to their Encroachments upon the British Colonies in North America, etc. 4to., pp. 47, 15.
Clarkson, Thomas. Essay on the Slavery and Commerce of the Human Species, etc. Tranflated from a Latin Dissertation which obtained the First Pri2e in the University of Cambridge, for 1785, etc. 8vo., pp. 155. Rep. Phil., 1786.