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William Richards, and Artemus Bishop, New Haven, September 12th, 1822. 8vo. Boston, 1822.
Miller, Silvanus. Address delivered on behalf of the New York Institution for the Instruction of the Deas and Dumb, before the New York Forum, etc. 8vo. N.Y., 1819.
Miller, Thomas. The Compleat Modellist; or, Art of Rigging; mowing an Exact Way of Raising the Model of any Ship or Vessel, etc. Small 4to. Lond., 1716.
Mills, Edmund. Sermon at the Ordination of the Rev. Nathan Holman, Attleborough, Oct. 15 th, 1800. 8vo. Wrentham, 1801.
Mills, Henry. Narrative of the Lise and Dying Consession of. i2mo. v Boston, 1817.
Mills's And Hick's British and American Register; with an Almanack for the year 1775, caleulated for the use of all the New England Provinces. i2mo. Boston.
Mills, Jedediah. A Letter to, etc. i2mo., pp. 23. Boston, 1748.
Mills, Robert. Statisties of South Carolina: including a View of its Natural, Civil, and Military History, general and particular. 8vo.
Milner, John. Sermon at the Ordination of the Rev. Michael Pope and John Whittcl, at Leather Lane, Hatton Garden, October 30, 1746. 8vo., pp. 44. Lond., 1746.
Miln.or, James. Oration on Masonry, Philadelphia, June 24, 1811. 8vo. Phil.
Thanksgiving Sermon, New York, November 13, 1817. 8vo.,
pp. 28. N.Y., 1817.
Address delivered before the Superintendent, etc., of the Sunday. Schools attached to St. George's Church, November 9th, 1817. 8vo., pp. 30. N. Y., 1817.
The Widow and her Mites. A Sermon, in St. George's Church,
November 7th, 1819. 8vo., pp. 23. N. Y., 1819.
Miltimore, James. Funeral Sermon and Oration on the Death of the Rev. John Murray, March and April, 1793, Newburyporr. 8vo., pp. 62. Exeter, 1793.
Discourse, at New Market, on occasion of the celebration of
Washington's Birthday. 8vo., pp. 24. Exeter, 1794.
■1 Sermon at the Ordination of Rev. James Thurston, New Market,
October 15, 1800. 8vo., pp. 28. Exeter, 1800.
-. Sermon at the Ordination of the Rev. William Gregg, CapeEli2abeth, July 15th, 1801. 8vo. Portland, 1801.
[——] Address to a Young Lady. pp. 8. Exeter.
T Sermon at the Ordination of the Rev. Jeremiah Noyes, delivered
in Gorham, November 16, 1803. 8vo. Portland, 1804.
— Discourse before the Female Charitable Society of Newburyport, May 20, 1807. 8vo., pp. 19. Newburyport, 1807.
Milton, John. Works [Prose]. Folio. 1697.
; An Essay on Education. 8vo. Lond., 1751.
Milton, John. Profe Works of, with Biographical Introduction, by Rusus Wilmot Griswold. 2 vols. 8vo. Phil., 1845.
Miner, Thomas. An Examination of the Strictures on Essays on Fevers. 8vo. Middletown (Conn.), 1823.
Minisink And Wawayanda. Memorial of some of the part owners and proprietors of the Patents . . . bordering on the Crown Lands in the Colony of N. Y. . . . respecting the Controversy between the Colonies of N. Y. and N. J. Folio. N. Y., 1757.
Ming, Alexander. See Gaine's Pocket Almanac.
Minor, B. B. Appeal to the Legislature of Virginia, in behalf of her Colonial History, etc. 8vo. Richmond, 1844.
Minnesota Historical Society. Annals, 1850,'51,'52. 8vo.
St. Paul's, 1850-52.
Minot, George R. The History of the Insurrections in Massachusetts, in the year 1786, and the Rebellion consequent thereon. 8vo. .
Address to the Members of the Massachusetts Charitable Fire
Society, at their Annual Meeting, May 29th, 1795. 8vo., pp. 23. Boston, 1795.
Eulogy on George Washington. Second edition. 8vo., pp. 24.
Continuation of the History of the Province of Massachusetts
Bay, from the year 1748 to 1765; with an Introductory. Sketch of Events from its original Settlement. 2 voli^-^svo.
Minshull, John. A Comic Opera, entitled^" Rural Felicity;" with the Humor of Patrick, and Marrjgge 0f Shelty. 8vo.
y N. Y., 1801.
A Comedy, entitled "The Sightly Widow with the Frolies of
Youth; or, A Speedy Way^f Uniting the Sexes." 8vo.
/ N.Y., 1803.
Minthorne, Mangle. Reply t0 the Resolutions and Address of a Meeting at Martlings, et;c., New York, February 4th, 1811, containing the Proceedings, 0f the Committee of Sasety of 1776 against, etc. By a Whyg cf gvo. N. Y., 1811.
Minto, Lord. Speech in the House of Peers, April 11th, 1799, on the Union. 8vo. / Lond., 1799.
Minto, Walter. Res(t.arches into some Parts of the Theory of the Planets, etc. 8v<^ pp. Lond., 1783.
An Inaugural Oration on the Progress and Importance of the
Mathematical %ciences. 8vo. Trenton, 1788.
Minutes of Seve^i Conversations, etc. 12mo., pp. 30.
of the Tf£ai antj Examination of certain Persons in the Province
of New )f.oriC) charged with being engaged in a Conspiracy against *e A!#hority of the Congress and the Liberties of America. 8vo. y' Lond., 1776.
-T ?K the State Conventions of Colored Citi2xns, held at Albany,
I j€n the 18th, 19th, and 20th of August, 1840, etc. N. Y., 1840.
Mirabaud, M. De. Nature and her Laws; as applicable to the Happiness of Man, Living in Society; contrasted with Superstition and Imaginary Systems. Tranflated from the French. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond., 1816.
[mirabeau, Honore Gabriel, Comte De.] Avis aux Hessois, et autres Peuples de l'Allemagne vendus par leur Prinees a l'Angleterre. 8vo., pp. 16. A Cleves, che2 Bertot, 1777.
[See Memoires, etc., de Mirabeau—rediges par Lucas, T., 5, pp. 247, etc. Also, Œuvres, par Merilhou, T. 3, p. 198.]
Considerations sur l'Ordrc Cincinnatus, ou imitation d'un pamphlet Americain . . ., 8vo. Lond., 1784.
— Considerations on the Order of Cincinnatus, etc., as also a Letter from M. Turgot to Dr. Price, on the Constitutions of America, etc. 8vo. [Tranflated by Samuel Romilly.] Lond., 1785.
De la Monarchic Pruslienne, sous Frederic le Grand; avec un
Appendice contenant des recherches sur la situation actuelle des principales contrees de l'AUemagne. 4 vols. 4to. Londres, 1788.
Lettrc remise a Frederie-Guillaume II., Roi Regnant de Pruflc
Le Jour de Son Avenement au Tronc. 8vo., pp. 91.
Miranda's Expedition. A General Account of, including the Trial and Execution of Ten of his Ossicers, and an Account of the Imprisonment and Sufferings of the remainder of his Ossicers and Men,^rJO-were taken prisoners. 8vo. N. Y., 1808.
Mir Ama. A GencNi Idea of the College of Mirania, etc. 8vo. See Smith, Willian* N. Y" 1753.
Mirick, B. L. The History\of Haverhill, Massachusetts. 12mo.
\ Haverhill, 1832.
Mirror Of Taste (the) andOU3"1*'^ Censor. Vols. I. II. IV.
; \ Phil., 1810-11.
Miscellanea Curiosa, five Ephemefcidum medico-physicarum Ger
manicarum academiæ naturæ curios3TM1". 13 vols. 4t0.
, Frankfort and Leipsie, 1684.
Miserere Cleri; or, the Factions of thi Church. View of the Per" nicious Consequences of the Clergy's Intermeddling with Affairs of State. 8vo., pp. 35. '\ Lond., 1718.
Missionary Society. Constitution of the cl',n8rcgat1onal. 8v0., PP. 33. A Stockbridge, 1798.
of New Jersey, Instituted December 8* ,801. Constitution.
8vo., pp. 4. \ Morristown, 1802.
Missionary Societies. Miscellaneous Reports va'"0"3 dates.
Missions. The First Annual Report of the Forc1j> Missionary Society, presented at the Annual Meeting, held at tf* of New York, on Wednesday, May 15th, 1818. V ,N: Y-« i818- \
Mississippi. To the Public of New York State, of the 0?"^d State»»/ the Author of the Discovery of the Sources of the MissiC^'f0.,* etc. 8vo. N. Y^' 5.
Report on the Commerce and Navigation of the Valleyd/ ^ Mississippi, etc. Prepared for the use of the Chicago Convention of, July 5th, 1847. 8vo. St. Louis, 1847.
Missouri. Red River, etc. Discoveries made in Exploring the, by Captains Lewis and Clarke, etc. Communicated to Congress by Mr. Jefferson, February 19th, 1806. 8vo. N.Y., 1806.
Historical And Philosophical Society. Annals. No. I. 8vo.
Jefferson City, 1848.
Memorial to the Fifteenth General Assembly of Missouri, concerning a Geological Survey of the State. 8vo.
Jefferson City, 1849
Question. Free Remarks on the Spirit of the Federal Constitution, the Practice of the Federal Government, and the Obligations of the Union, respecting the Exclusion of Slavery from the Territories and New States. By a Philadelphian. 8vo.
A Memorial to the Congress of the United States, on the subject
of Restraining the Increase of Slavery in New States to be admitted to the Union. 8vo. Boston, 1819.
An Examination of the Expediency and Constitutionality of
Prohibiting Slavery in the State of Missouri. By Marcus. 8vo.
N. Y., 1819.
See King, Hemphill, Scott, P. P. Barbour, McLane, Blunt.
Mitchell, Colin. Exposition, Historical and Legal, of the Title of Colin Mitchell, and others, to Lands in Florida, now depending in the Supreme Court of the United States. Washington, 1834.
[mitchell, D. G.] Frcsh Gleanings; or, a New Sheas from the Old Fields of Continental Europe. By Ik Marvel. 8vo.
N. Y., 1847.
Mitchell, Edward. Sermon before the 5th Regiment of New York State Insantry and Artillery, commanded by C. D. Colden, Esq., 9th October, 1814. 8vo., pp. i2. N. Y., 1814.
Mitchell, James. Tour through Belgium, Holland, along the Rhine, and through the North of France, in the Summer of 1816. 8vo.
[mitchell, John.] The Contest in America between Great Britain and France, with its Consequences and Importance, etc. By an Impartial Hand. 8vo. Lond., 1757.
Mitchell, John. Notes from Over Sea; consisting of Observations made in Europe, in the years 1843 and 1844, etc. 2 vols. 12mo.
Mitchell, Thomas. The Gofpel Crown of Lise. [With Portrait], etc. 8vo. Albany, 1851.
Mitchell, William. The Claims of Africa. A Diseourse delivered at Montpelier, at the Annual Meeting of the Vermont Coloni2ation Society, October 19th, 1843. Burlington, 1843.
Mitchill, Samuel L. Observations, Anatomical, Physiological and Pathological, on the Absorbent Tubes of Animal Bodies, etc. i6mo. N.Y., 1787.
Mitchill, Samuel L. Oration before the Society of Black-Friars, at their Anniversary Festival, November 11, 1793. 8vo.
N. Y., 1793.
Nomenclature of the New Chemistry. 4t0., pp. 21.
N. Y., 1794
The Present State of Learning in the College of New York. 8vo.
—— Remarks on the Gascous Oxyde of A2ote, or of Nitrogen, etc., (on Contagion). i6mo. N.Y., 1795.
— The Lise, Exploits and Precepts of Tammany, the samous Indian Chief; being the Anniversary Oration before the Tammany Society, or Columbian Order, i2th May, 1795. 8vo., pp. 36.
Present State of Medical Learning in the City of New York.
8vo. N. Y., 1797.
Address (4th July, 1800), at New York. 8vo., pp. 27.
— Synopsis of Chemical Nomenclature and Arrangement, etc. 8vo.
Address to the Fredes, or People of the United States, on the
28th Anniversary of their Independence. 8vo. N. Y., 1804.
[ ] The Picture of New York; or, the Traveller's Guide through
the Commercial Metropolis of the United States. By a Gent residing in this City. 12mo. N. Y., 1807.
Concise Description of Schooley's Mountain, in New Jersey,
with some Experiments on the Water of its Chalybeate Spring. 8vo., pp. 14. N. Y., 1810.
—— Observations on the Canada Thistle, in a Communication srom, to Dr. David Hofack, etc., July 20, 1810. 8vo.
[ ] An Historical Summary of the several attacks that have been
made upon the City of New York, since its first settlement, and of the measures that have been adopted, from time to time, for its desence. 8vo. N. Y., 1812.
Discourse before the Society for Instructing the Deas and Dumb,
March 24, 1818. 8vo. N.Y.
A Discourse on the Character and Services of Thomas Jesferson,
as a Promoter of Natural and Physical Science. Before the New York Lyceum of Natural History, October 11, 1826. 8vo., pp. 67. N. Y., 1826.
Address delivered before the New York Horticultural Society, in
the Literary and Philofophic Hall of the Institution, on the Annual Celebration, August 29th, 1826. N. Y., 1826.
A Discourse on the Lise and Character of Thomas Addis Emmet,
in the City Hall, New York, March 1, 1828. 8vo., pp. 26.
N. Y., 1828.
—— Discourse on the Character and Scientisic Attainments of De Witt Clinton, at the Lyceum of Natural History, July 14, 1828. 8vo., pp. 28.' N. Y., r8:S.