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Banks. What Banks are Constitutional? 8vo., pp. 18. [By R. H.

Wilde?]

- An Appeal to the Honorable the Members of the Senate and

House of Assembly of the State of New York. By Civis. 8vo.

N. Y., 1816.

Banks, John. The only Correct Account of the Lise, Trial, and Consession of; executed July 11, for the Murder of his Wise. 8vo., pp. 21. N. Y., 1806.

Banks, Sir Thomas C. Analytical Statement of Alexander, Earl of Stirling and Dovan, etc. Map. 8vo. Lond., 1832.

Bannatyne, Richard. Journal of the Transaetions in Scotland, during the Contest between the Adherents of Queen Mary and those of her Son, 1570-71-72-73. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1806.

Banneker, Benjamin. Copy of a Letter from, to the Secretary of State (Thomas Jefferson); with his Answer. 4to., pp. 15.

Phil., 1792.

Banvard, John. Description of Banvard's Panorama of the Mississippi River . . . 8vo. Boston, 1847.

Banvard, Joseph. Plymouth and the Pilgrims; or, Incidents of Adventure in the History of the First Settlers. i2mo.

Boston, 1851.

Baptism. Dissenters' and other Unauthori2ed Baptisms null and void,

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Reasons for Renouncing Insant Baptism. In a Letter to a Friend.

Georgetown, S. C., 1810. Baptists at Norwich. Relation of the Oppofition which some met

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settlement, to the end of the year 1767. 16mo. Lond., 1768. Acts of Assembly passed in the Island of Barbadoes, from 1648

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Barber, John W. History and Antiquities of New Haven (Conn.), from its earliest settlement to the present time; collected and compiled from the most authentic sources. Engravings. i 2mo.

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Connecticut Historical Collections; containing a general Collection, etc., relating to the History and Antiquities of every Town in Connecticut. With geographical descriptions. Illustrated. 8vo. ~ New Haven, [1838].

History of the Amistad Captives; being a cireumstantial Aceount

of the Capture of the Spanish Schooner Amistad, by the Africans on board; their Voyage and Capture near Long Island, New York; with Biographical Sketches of each of the surviving Africans. Also, an Account of their Trials before the District and Circuit Courts of Connecticut. 8vo. New Haven, 1840.

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York; containing a general Collection of the most interesting Facts, etc., relating to its History and Antiquities, etc. Engravings. 8vo. ' N. Y., 1841.

Barber, Joseph. Sermbn on the Death of Rev. Thomas Reader, etc. With an Appendix, by Samuel Rooker, of Taunton. 8vo., pp. 42. Lond., 1794.

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Barbour, P. P. Speech in the House of Representatives of the United States, February io, 1820, on the Missouri Question. i2mo.

Barcia, D. Andres Gon2ale2. Historiadores Primitivos de las Indias occidentales que junto traduxo en Parte, y saco a lu2, illustrados con eruditas Notas, y copiosos Indices. 3 vols. folio.

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Argenis. Editio novissima, etc. 24tT10. Lugd. Bat., 1630.

Barclay, Robert. Address to the Society of Friends in the United States.

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Bard, Samuel. A Guide for Young Shepherds; or, Facts and Observations on the Character and Value of Merino Sheep. 12mo.

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A Discourse on Medical Education. 1819.

Bard, William. Statements in relation to the New York Lise Insurance and Trust Company. N. Y., 1844.

Barere. Convention Nationale. Rapport sur la Marine de la Republique, dans la Mediterranee: 14th Nivose, An 2. 8vo. Paris.

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Barlaeus, Casparus. Rerum per octennium in Brasilia et alibi nuper

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Yale College, in New Haven, September i2, 1781. 8vo., pp.

16. Hartford. Doctor Watts' Imitation of the Psalms of David, corrected and

enlarged. With a Collection of Hymns, etc. 8vo.

Glasgow, 1786.

Vision of Columbus: a Poem, in 9 books. 8vo. Hartford, 1787.

Oration before the Connecticut Society of the Cincinnati, July 4,

1787. 4to., pp. 20. Hartford.

[ ] An Eiegy on the late Hon. Titus Hosmer. 8vo. Hartford.

A Letter to the National Convention of France, on the Desects

in the Constitution of 1791. With The Conspiracy of Kings: a Poem. 8vo. 'N. Y.

Advice to the Privileged Orders in the several States of Europe,

resulting from the necessity and propriety of a General Revolution in the Principle of Government. Part I. 8vo.

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Advice to the Privileged Orders, etc., Part. II. 8vo.

Paris, 1793.

"The Hasty Pudding;" a Poem, in three cantos, written at

Chambery, in Savoy, Jan. 1793. 8vo. pp. 15.

Political writings. i2mo. N. Y., 1796.

A Second Letter to his Fellow-Citi2ens of the United States, on

certain Political Measures propofed to their consideration. 8vo.

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[ ] Profpeetus of a National Institution, to be established in the

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The Columbiad, a Poem. 2 vols. 12mo. Phila., 1809.

Letter to Henry Gregoire, Bp., etc., in reply to his Letter on the

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Barnard, Daniel D. Introductory address before the Young Men's Association, Albany, Jan. 7, 1834. 8vo. Albany, 1834.

Lecture on the Character and Services of James Madison. 8vo.

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Barnard, Daniel D. An Address delivered at Amherst, before the Literary Society of Amherst College, Aug. 27th, 1839. Albany, 1839.

A Discourse on the Lise, Services, and Character of Stephen Van

Rensselacr, delivered before the Albany Institute, April 15th, 1839. With an Historical Sketch of the Colony and Manor of Rensselacrwyck, in an appendix. 8vo. Albany, 1839.

Discourse on the Lise, Character, and Public Services of Ambrofe

Spencer, late Chief-Justice of the Supreme Court of New York, delivered by request, before the Bar of the City of Albany, January 5, 1849. 8vo. Albany, 1849.

Barnard, Edward. Fast Sermon, delivered in Haverhill and Bradford, • April i2, 1764. 8vo. Portfmouth, 1764.

Sermon at the Ordination of the Rev. Gyles Merrill, Plastow,

March 6, 1765. 8vo., pp. 26. Boston, 1765.

Massachusetts Election Sermon, May 28, 1766. 8vo.

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Sermon at the Ordination of the Rev. Mr. Thomas Carey, New

buryport, May 11, 1768, etc. 8vo. Boston, 1768.

Convention Sermon, Boston, May 27, 1773. 8vo. Boston, 1773.

Barnard, Henry. A Discourse in Commemoration of the Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet, LL. D. With Appendix. 8vo.

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Barnard, John. Sermons on several subjects. 8vo., large paper.

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Massachusetts Election Sermon, May 29, 1734. 8vo. Boston.

Janua Coclestis; or, the Myftery of the Gofpel in the Salvation

of a Sinner. 8vo. Boston, 1750. Dudleian Lecture, Harvard College, 23d June, 1756. With a

Dedication to Lucy Dudley, relict of Paul Dudley, founder of the

Lecture, and an Appendix, containing an Extract from his Will.

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New Version of the Psalms of David. 8vo. Boston, 1752.

The True Divinity of Jesus Christ: in a Discourse at the Public

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Walker, at Pennicook, Concord, N. H., November 18, 1730.

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Barnard, J. G. (Major). The Isthmus of Tehuantepec, etc. With

maps accompanying. Barnard, Thomas. Sermon at the Ordination of the Rev. Josiah Bayley, Hampton Falls, October 19, 1757. 8vo., pp. 35.

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Artillery Election Sermon, Boston, June 5, 1758. 8vo.

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■ Discourse before the Humane Society of Massachusetts, June 10,

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1795. 8vo., pp. 24. Boston, 1795. Thanksgiving Sermon, February 19, 1795. 8vo., pp. 2e.

Salem, 1795.

Sermon, July 6, 1803, before the Salem Female Charitable

Society. 8vo., pp. 22. Salem, 1803.

Discourse before the Society for Propagating the Gofpel among

the Indians, etc., November 6, 1806. 8vo., pp. 39.

Charlestown, 1806.

Barnes, David. Discourse on the Ordination of the Rev. Jotham Waterman, Barnstable, September 30, 1801. 8vo. Boston, 1802.

Barnes, Isaac O. An Address delivered at Bedford, N. H., on the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Incorporation of the Town, May 19, 1850. 8vo., pp. 45. Boston, 1850.

Barney, Mary. A Biographical Memoir of the late Commodore Joshua Barney; from Autographical Notes and Journals, in possession of his Family, and other authentic sources. 8vo.

Boston, 1832.

Barnstable Co. (Ms.) The Declaration of Ministers in, relating to the late practice of Itinerant Preaching. 8vo., pp. 8.

Boston, 1745.

Barnum, H. L. "The Spy Unmasked;" or, Memoirs of Enoch Crosby, alias Harvey Birch, the Hero of Mr. Cooper's Tale of "The Neutral Ground," etc. With engravings. 8vo.

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[baron, —] History of the Coloni2ation of the Free States of Antiquity; applied to the present Contest between Great Britain and her American Colonies, etc. 4to. Lond., 1777.

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Barrett, Solomon. The Principles of Grammar; being a complete Treatise on the Languages, English, Latin, and Greek, etc. 8vo.

Albany, 1848.

Barrington, Daines. Miscellanies, with Maps and Tables. 4to.

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an Appendix, etc. By Colonel Beaufoy. 8vo. Map.

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Barrington, George. The History of New South Wales, including Botany Bay, Port Jackson, Paramatta, Sydney, and all its depend

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