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Dublin, 1793.

Practical Piety; or, The Influence of the Religion of the Heart,

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Moreau De Saint Mery (M.) Loir et Constitutions des Colonies Francoises de l'Amerique sous la Vent, etc. Tomes 6. 4W.

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Lise and Campaigns of, till his Embarcation for the United States.

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Funeral Oration at St. Petcrsburg in honor of. Tranflated from

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Morning Star Out Of The North (the); or, The Ruine and Destruction of the Pope and Church of Rome, and the Advancement of the Protestant Religion throughout Europe, pp. 46.

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Morris, Gouverneur. Oration upon the Death of General Washington, delivered before the Corporation of the City of New York, 31st December, 1799. 8vo., pp. 24. N. Y., 1800.

Oration in honor of the Memory of George Clinton, May 9th,

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New Haven, 1822.

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Catalogue of Skulls of Man and the Inserior Animals, in the Collection of. Third edition. 8vo. Phil., 1849.

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