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Petite Traite du Tonncre, Esclair, Foudre, Grefle, et tremblemenr.

de terre. i2mo. 1592.

Petition of the Under-Farmers of the Crown Lands to the King, to

Prevent the Smuggling of Souls. 8vo., pp. 38. Lond., 1752. Peton. See Della Torre.

Petrarque. Vie de . . . publiee par I'Athence De Vauclufe, etc.

i2mo. Avignon, 1804.

Petronius, Titus Arbiter. Satyrical Works of, in Profe and Verse.

With his Lise and Character, by Mons. St. Evremont. Made

English by Wilson and others. 8vo. Lond., 1708.

Pettibone, Daniel. Description of the Improvements of the Rarisy

ing Air Stove, etc. i2mo. Phil., 1810.

Pettit, Thomas Mckean. Annual Discourse delivered before the

Historical Society of Pennsylvania, November 19th, 1828. 8vo.

Phil., 1828.

Peuchet, J. Dictionnaire Universel de la Geographic Commercante.

6 vols., 4to. Paris.

Vocabulaire des Termes de Commerce, etc. 8vo. Paris, 1801.

Pfeffel, M. Nouvelle abrege Chronologique de l'Histoire et du droit

Publie d'Allemagne. In 2 vols., 4t0. Paris, 1776.

Pfiel, Adolph R. The Anglo-French Intervention in the River

Plate. 8vo. Lond., 1847.

Pluguer, M. D. Cours d'Agriculture—Pratique. 2 vols., 8vo.

Paris, 1809.

Pharmacopoeia Leidensis. Amplissimorum magistratuum auctoritate instaurata. Editio Quarta. Lug. Bat., 1770.

Pharmacopoeia Collegii Regalis Londini. i8mo. Londini.

Phelps, Noah A. History of the Copper Mines and Newgate Prison, at Granby, Conn. Also of the Captivity of Daniel Hayes by the Indians in 1707. 8vo. Hartford, 1845.

Phelps, Richard H. Newgate of Connecticut. A History of the Prison, its Insurrection, Massacre, etc., Imprisonment of the Tories in the Revolution, etc. Third Edition. 8vo. Hartford, 1844.


Corporation. The Ordinances of the Corporation of the City

of Philadelphia. With the Act of Incorporation, etc. 8vo.

Phil., 1805.

A Digest of the Ordinances of the Corporation of the City of

Philadelphia, and of the Acts of Assembly relating thereto. By
J. C. Lowler and C. S. Miller. 8vo. Phil., 1822.

The Constitution and Ordinances of the City of Philadelphia.

8vo., pp. 56. Phil., 1790.

House Of Refuge. Appeal to the Public in behalf of the, for

Colored Juvenile Delinquents. 8vo. Phil., 1846.

—— The Sixteenth Annual Report . . . With an Appendix. 8vo.

Phil., 1844.

Prisons. On the Prisons of Philadelphia. By an European. 8vo., pp. 46. Phil., 1796. Philadelphia.

Public Schools. Twenty-eighth Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Public Schools. 8vo. Phil., 1846.

Water-works. Report of the Select and Common Councils

on the Progress and State of the Water-Works of, on the 24th of November, 1799. 8vo. Phil., 1799.

Athenæum. Charter and By-Laws of the. To which fa added a List of the Directors, etc.: together with a Catalogue of the Books. 8vo. Phil., 1817.

Baptist Association. Minutes of the, various dates.


—— Baptist Orphan Society. Address. 8vo., pp. 8.

College. Commencement Exercises of the, May 7th, 1775.

8vo., pp. 15, viii. Phil., 1775.

College Of Physicians. Facts and Observations relative to

the Nature and Origin of the Pestilential Fever which prevailed in the City of Philadelphia in 1793, '97 and '98. By the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. 8vo. Phil., 1798.

Additional Facts and Observations relative to the Nature and

Origin of the Pestilential Fever, etc. 8vo. Phil., 1806.

Gas-works. Thirteenth Annual Report of the Trustees of

the, January 20th, 1848. 8vo. Phil., 1848.

Monthly Maga2ine; or, Universal Repository of Knowledge

and Entertainment. Vol. I. 8vo. Phil., 1798.

Orphan Society. First Annual Report, January 2d, 1816.

8vo., pp. 48. Phil., 1816.

Second Annual Report, January 7th, 1817. 8vo., pp. 16.

Phil., 1817.

—— (the) Pursuits Of Literature. A Satirical Poem. Book First. By Juvenal Junius, of New Jersey. With Notes by Robert Heron, Jun. i2mo. Phil., 1805.

(robinson's) Directory. City and County Register for 1802.

i8mo. Phil., 1802.

Society For Promoting Agriculture. Address from the,

with a Summary of its Laws and Premiums osfered. 8vo., pp. 16. 1785.

Memoirs of the . . . Vol. I. 8vo. Phil., 1808.

Society For The Promotion Of National Industry. Addresses. Fourth Edition. 12mo. Phil., 1819.

Same. Fifth Edition. Phil., 1820.

(The City of) as it appeared in the year 1800, consisting of 28

Plates, drawn and engraved by W. Birch and Son.

Philaeni. Strictures on the Landed and Commercial Interests of the "United States for 1786. 8vo. N. Y.

Philanthrope (the). After the manner of a periodical paper. i2mo. Lond., 1797.

Philemon To Hydaspes, relating a Fifth Conversation with Hortensius upon False Religion, etc. 8vo., pp. 1i2. Lond., 1744.

Philips, James. True state of the Case between the Writers for and against the Crastfman. 8vo., pp. 26. Lond.

Philipps, J. T. History of Erncllus the Pious, 1st Duke of SaxGotha; and Bernard, the Great, Duke of Sax.Weimar, etc. 8vo.

Lond., 1740.

Philipps, Nathaniel. British Liberty Considered, etc. Sermon, London, October 19th, 1803. 8vo. Lond., 1803.

Phillip, Arthur. The Voyage of Governor Phillip to Botany Bay. Maps, etc. 4t0. Lond., 1790.

Phillipo, James M. Jamaica: its Past and Present State. 8vo.

PhiL, 1843.

Phillips, Catherine. The Crooked.Sixpence; with a learned Presace. Found among some papers bearing date the same year in which Paradise Lost was published by Dr. Bentley. 4to., pp. 24.

Lond., 1743.

Phillips, Charles. A Tribute to the Memory of the late General Washington. 8vo., pp. i2. Lond.

Speeches delivered at the Bar, and on various public occasions,

in Ireland and England. Edited by Himself. 8vo. N. Y., 1817.

Phillips, Edward. The New World of Words; or, Universal English Dictionary, etc. Fol. Lond., 1706.

Phillips, John. A Narrative, shewing why the Rev. ... is not in connexion with the Episcopalian Methodists, etc. 8vo., pp. 36.

Charleston, 1796.

Phillips, Naphtali. An Eulogium to the Memory of the Rev. Gershom Mendes Seixas, 13th July, 1816. 8vo., pp. 13.

N. Y., 1816.

Phillips, Samuel. Massachusetts Election Sermon, May 30, 1750. 8vo. Boston.

Seasonable Advice to a Neighbour, etc. 8vo. Boston, 170*1.

Phillips, Stephen C. An Address on the Annexation of Texas, and the Aspect of Slavery in the United States, in connection therewith. Delivered in Boston, November 14th and 18th, 1845. 8vo. Boston, 1845.

Phillips, Teresia Constantia. An Apology for her Conduct, etc. 3 vols., 8vo. Lond., 1749.

Phillips, William. An Elementary Introduction to the Knowledge of Mineralogy. 8vo. N. Y., 1818.

Philo-cato. The Celebrated Letters of. With an Introduction to them. By Aristides. 8vo. N. Y., 1811.

Philo-pacificus. War: a Solemn Review of the Customs of War. 8vo. Boston, 1836.

Philosophers. A Voyage to the Island of Philofophers of Cæsario San Bias, Bachelor. Part 1st. 1830.

Philosophical Dissertation upon the Inlets to Human Knowledge, in a Letter from a Gentleman in the Country to his Friend at London. 8vo., pp.'.72; Lond., 1739.

Philosophical Transactions. See Lowthorp.

Philosophy. An Introduction to the Study of, etc. By a Gentleman educated at Yale College, i2mo., pp. 31. New London, 1743.

Phipps, J. Brief Remarks on the Common Arguments now used in support of divers Ecclesiastical Impositions in this Nation, especially as they relate to Dissenters. 8vo., pp. 26. Lond., 1769.

Phocion. A Letter to the Considerate Citi2ens of New York on the Polities of the Day. 8vo. N. Y., Boston, 1784.

Pickard, Edward. The Religious Government of a Family, etc., in Three Discourses at Carter-Lane. 8vo., pp. 96. Lond., 1762.

Pickard's Botany. A Manual of Botany of the Northern States, comprising . . . Descriptions, etc. By the Members of the Botanical Class in Williams College. From a MS. System compiled by the Author of Richard's Botanical Dictionary. Albany, 1817.

Picicering, John. Oration (4th July, 1804), Salem, Mass. 8vo., 'pp. 24. Salem, 1804.

A Vocabulary; or Collection of Words and Phrases, which

have been supposed to be peculiar to the United States of America, etc. 8vo. Boston, 1816.

Eulogy on Nathaniel Bowditch, LL.D., May 29th, 1838. 8vo.

Boston, 1838.

Pickering, Timothy. Letter to Charles C. Pinckncy, Esq., in Answer to the Complaints of the French Minister against the Government of the United States, etc. 8vo. N. Y., 1797.

Letter to the Chevalier de Yrajo, Envoy, etc., of his Catholic

Majesty. August 8, 1797. 8vo., pp. 37.

Interesting Correspondence between his Excellency Governor

Sullivan, and in which the latter vindicates himself against the groundless Charges and Insinuations made by the Governour and others. Second Edition. 8vo. Boston, 1808.

— Letter from, Senator United States, exhibiting to his Constituents a View of the Imminent Danger of an unnecessary and ruinous War, addressed to his Excellency James Sullivan, etc. With Governor Sullivan's Answer. 8vo. Hartford, 1808.

Same, i2mo., pp. i2. [Rep.] Ports., 1808.

— Same. 8vo. [Rep.] New Haven, 1808. ■ Speech in the Senate of the United States on Mr. Hillhouse's

Resolution to Repeal the Embargo, November 30th, 1808. 8vo.


— Speech on the Loan Bill in the House of Representatives of the United States, 26th and 28th February, 1814. pp. 72.

Georgetown, 1814.

Address to the Essex Agricultural Society, May 5 th, 1818.

8vo. Salem, 1818.

■■ A Discourse read before the same, in Massachusetts, February 21st, 1820. 8vo. Salem, i82o.

1 Observations Introductory to Reading the Declaration of Independence, at Salem, July 4, 1823. 8vo. Salem, 1823.

— ,A Review of the Correspondence between the Hon. John Adams, etc., and the late William Cunningham, Esq., beginning in 1803 and ending in 1812. 8vo. Salem, 1824.

Pickering, Timothy. Reply to an Attack upon a Pennsylvania Farmer. Phil., 1825.

1■ Letters to the People of the United States, i2mo., pp. 215.

Picket, Albert, and John W. Picket. The Academician: containing the Elements of Scholastic Science and the Outlines of Philosophic Education, etc. 8vo. N. Y., 1820.

Pickett, Albert J. Invasion of the Territory of Alabama by 1000 Spaniards, under Ferdinand De Soto, in 1540. 8vo.

Montgomery, 1849.

Pickman, Benjamin, Jr. Oration, 22d February, 1797, the Birthday of George Washington. 8vo., pp. 22. Salem, 1797.

Pictet, Francois Pierre. Lettre a un Etranger, sur la Position Actuelle de la France. 8vo., pp. 103. A Londres, 1^93.

Pierce, Benjamin. A History of Harvard University, from its foundation in 1636 to the period of the American Revolution. 8vo.

Cambridge, 1833.

Pierce, John. Sermon at the Installation of the Rev. John Snelling Popkin, at Newbury, September 19th, 1804. 8vo.

Newburyport, 1804.

Sermon delivered at the Gathering of the Second Congregational Church in Dorchester, etc., 1st January, 1808. 8vo., pp. 38.

Boston, 1808.

Pierce, M. B. Address on the Present Condition and Profpects of the Aboriginal Inhabitants of North America; with particular reserence to the Senecas. 8vo. 1838.

Pierpont, John. The Portrait: a Poem delivered before the Washington Benevolent Society of Newburyport, October 27th, 1812. 8vo. Boston, 1812.

On Horace Holley, LL.D., delivered at Boston, September 2d,

1827. 8vo.

Correspondence of Proprietors of Hollis Street Meeting House,

with . . . etc. 8vo." Boston, 1845.

Piers, Henry. Sermon preached (in part) before the Right Worshipsul the Dean of Arches, and the Rev. the Clergy of the Deanery of Shorcham, assembled in Visitation at Seven Oaks, in Kent, 21st May, 1742. Fifth edition. 8vo. N. Y., 1766.

Pierson, Abraham. Some Helps for the Indians, shewing them How. to Improve their Natural Reason, etc. 8vo. Lond., 1659.

Pietas et gratulatio Collegii Cantabrigiensis apud novanglos. 4to., pp. 106. Boston, 1761.

Pigafetta, Antonio. Primo Viaggio intorno al Globo Terracqueo ossia Ragguaglio della Naviga2ione alle Indie oriental! per la via d'oecidenre, sulla squadra del Capit Magaglianes negli anni 1519-22. Da Carlo Amoretti, etc. 4to. Milan, 1800.

■ Premier Voyage autour du Monde, sur l'escadre de Magellan,

pendant les annees 1519,'20,'21 et'22; suivi de l'extrait du

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