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Traitc de Navigation du Meme auteur; ct d'une Notice sur le Chevalier Martin Behaim, etc., orne de Cartes et de Figures. 8vo. Paris, l'An. ix. (1801).

PiGOTT, Charles. A Political Dictionary; explaining the True Meaning of Words, illustrated and exemplified in the Lives, Morals, Character and Conduct of Illustrious Personages. 8vo.

Lond., 1795.

Pike, J. G. Religion, and Eternal Lise; or, Irreligion, and Perpetual Ruin; etc. 12mo. [Am. Tract Society.] N. Y.

Persuasives to Early Piety, etc. i2mo. [Am. Tract Society.]

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A Guide for Young Disciples of the Holy Saviour, in their Way

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Pike, James. A Sermon, preached before a Convention of Ministers at Newington, New Hampshire, October 9th, 1750. 8vo., pp. 31. Boston, 1751.

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Phil., 1810.

—— Exploratory Travels through the Western Territories of North

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Pilmore, Joseph. Sermon before the Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons of Pennsylvania, 27th Dec., 1786. 8vo. Phil., 1787.

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Pindar, Peter [dr. Wolcott.] Ode upon Ode; or, a Peep at St James's. 4to., pp. 73, Lond., 1787.

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Piscataqua Evangelical Maga2ine (the) for January and February, 1805. Vol.I. 8vo. Portfmouth.

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A Political and Civil History of the United States of America,

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Pitt, William. Speech in the House of Lords, January 20, 1775, on a Motion for an Address to his Majesty, relative to removal of troops from Boston, etc. 8vo. Phil., 1775.

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