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[johnson, Samuel.] Elementa Philofophica; containing chiefly, Noetica, or Things relating to the Mind or Understanding; and Ethica, or Things relating to the Moral Behaviour. 8vo. Phil., 1752.

A Demonstration of the Reasonableness, Usesulness, and Great

Duty of Prayer. i2mo. N.Y., 1760.

The Christian Indeed, explained in two Sermons of Humility

and Charity, New Haven, June 28th, 1767. 8vo., pp. 24.

New Haven, 1768.

An English and Hebrew Grammar, with a Synopsis of all the parts

of learning. Second edition. 8vo. . Lond., 1771.

Johnson, Samuel. A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland. 2 vols., i2mo. Dublin, 1775.

Taxation no Tyranny; an Answer to the Resolutions and Address of the American Congress. 8vo. Lond., 1775.

Taxation Tyranny. Addressed to Samuel Johnson, LL.D. 8vo.

Lond., 1775.

—— Tyranny Unmasked; an Answer to a late pamphlet, entitled "Taxation no Tyranny." 8vo. Lond., 1775.

The Pamphlet, entitled "Taxation no Tyranny," Candidly

Considered, and its arguments and pernicious doctrines expofed and resuted. 8vo. [Lond., 1775.]

■ An Answer to a Pamphlet, entitled "Taxation no Tyranny; addressed to the Author and the Persons in Power. 8vo.

LonJ., 1775.

—— A Letter to, occasioned by his late Political Publications, with an Appendix, containing some observations on a Pamphlet lately published by Dr. Shebbeare. 8vo. Lond., 1775.

Deformities of . . . selected from his works. Second edition.

8vo., pp. 89. Lond., 1782.

Johnson, Stephen. Connecticut Election Sermon, May 10, 1770. 4*0. N. London, 1770. .

Johnson, William. Sketches of the Lise and Correspondence of Nathanael Greene , . . 1 vols., 4M. Charleston, 1822.

{ohnson, William. See A2uni. Johnson, .] A Letter to Thomas Jefferson, President of the

United States. By Junius Philaenus. 8vo. N. Y., 1802.

Johnson v. Hart. Case of, in the Court for the trial of Impeachment and Correction of Errors. 8vo. Albany. Johnston, Charles. A Narrative of the Incidents attending the Capture, Detention, and Ransom of, who was made Prisoner by the Indians, on the River Ohio, in the year 1790, etc. With Sketches of Indian Character and Manners, with illustrative Aneedotes. i2mo. N. Y., 1827.

Johnston, Francis. Proceedings in the Case of, late Receiver-General of the Land Ossice, profecuted for delinquencies in the said ossice. 8vo., pp. 27. Lancaster, 1799.

Johnston, Nathaniel. The Excellency of Monarchical Government, especially of the English Monarchy, etc. Folio. Lond., 1686. Joliet, Le P. Marquette Et, Sr. Voyage ct decouverte de quelques • pays et Nations de l'Amerique septentrionale. A Paris, 1681. i6mo. Rep., Paris, 1846.

[joline, John K.] An Heroic Address for the 4th July, 1813, etc. 8vo.

Jomard, M. Observations sur le Voyage au Darfour, suivies d'un Vocabulaire de la langue des Habitants, etc. 8vo. Parb, 1844.

Seconde Note sur unc Pierre Gravee trouvee dans un Ancicn

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Jonah. Sacred Oratorio. To be sung with the organ, in Trinity Church, December 9, 1802. 24mo. N. Y.

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Remarks on the Hon. John Jay's Letter to the Rev., etc. 8vo.

N.Y., 1812.

and Corporation of Trinity Church. Documents relative to

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[jones, D.] A Compleat History of the Turks, from their origin in the year 755, to the year 1701. 2 vols., 8vo. Lond., 1701.

Jones, David. Fast Sermon (Continental) at Tredyffryn, in Chester County. 8vo., pp. 27. Phil., 1775.

Jones, Henry. Merit: a Poem. Inscribed to the Earl of Chesterfield. 4to., pp. 23. Lond., 1753.

Jones, Henry. An Answer to the "Bible Reader, No. II., of Henry Jones, New York;" or, "Northern Lights, Shooting Stars, and other Meteoric Phenomena, proved to be not of Modern Origin." By F. B. New Haven, 1844.

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N. Y., 1830.

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N.Y., 1849.

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Physiological Explanations of the Beauty of Form. 8vo.

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N.Y., 1848.

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Paralysis of the Face, successsully treated with Strychnine. 8vo.

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The Law of Cure; an Address delivered before the American

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Josselyn, John. New England's Rarities Discovered: in Birds, Beasts, Fishes, Serpents and Plants of that Country, etc. Cuts. i6mo.

Lond., 1672.

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Jouet, Cavalier. A Letter addressed to the Rev. Dr. Beech, on his, and the Rev. Richard Moor's Illiberal Treatment of the Author. 4to., pp. i2. U.S., 1795.

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