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Polities, and Views of a certain Party Displayed. 8vo. 1791.
No. I. Hear Both Sides: or, an Address to all Impartial Men
of all Parties. 8vo. • N. Y. [1809.]
Politique (le) Hollandais. 2 vols., 8vo. Amsterdam, 1781-2.
Politisches Journal nebst an2eige von Gelehrten und ander n Sachen, 1784-'87. i2 vols., i2mo. Hamburg.
Polk, Josiah F. The Claim of the Church of Rome to the Exercise of Religious Toleration during the Proprietary Government of Maryland Examined. 8vo., pp. 32. Washington, 1846.
Pollard, Benjamin. Address to the Massachusetts Charitable Fire, Society, May 31, 1811. 8vo., pp. 28. Boston, 1811.
Pollnit2, Charles Lewis (Baron de). Memoirs: being Observations in his Travels from Prussia through Germany, Italy, France, etc. 4 vols., 8vo. . Lond., 1737-38.
Polyanthea (the); or, a Collection of Interesting Fragments, in Prose and Verse, etc. 2 vols., 8vo. Lond., 1804.
POlyaNThOs (the). Vol. V. i2mo. Boston, 1807.
Same. Enlarged. Vols. I. II. 8vo. Boston, 18i2.
Polydori Virgilii Urbinatis, de Rerum Inventoribus Libri Octo. 8vo.
Polygraphic Society. A Catalogue of Pictures, copied by a Chemical and Mechanical Process, etc. March, 1794. 4R). Lond.
Polwhele, R. Aneedotes of Methodism. To which is added, a Sermon on the Conduct that becomes a Clergyman. 8vo., pp. 99. Lond., 1800.
Pomeroy, Jonathan L. Sermon before the Hampshire Missionary Society, Northampton, August, 1806. 8vo., pp. 40.
Sermon at the Funeral of Mr. Jedediah Wilbur, of Worthing
ton. 8vo., pp. 23. Northampton, 1816.
Pomfret, Countess Of. See Hartford.
Pompadour, Marchioness Of. Memoirs of, written by herself, translated from the French. 2 vols. in 1. i2mo. Lond., 1766.
Pontano, Joh. Isacio. Rerum et Urbis Amstelodamensium Historia . . . etc. Folio. Amsterodami, 1611.
Pontis [Louis] Sieur De. Memoirs of, containing many Passages relating to the War, Court and Government of Henry IV., Lewis XIII. and Lewis XIV. Folio. Lond., 1694.
Poole, Robert. A Journey from London to France and Holland; or, the Traveller's Usesul Vade Mecum. 2 vols., 8vo. Lond., 1750.
Poor. An Abstract of the Grievances of Trade which Oppress our, Humbly offered to the Parliament. 4to., pp. 18. Lond., 1694.
Some Considerations on the present Methods used for the Relief
and Employment of the Poor. 4to. Lond., 1759.
The Reports of the Society for Bettering the Condition and Increasing the Comforts of the Poor. Vols. I. II. i2mo.
— Same. Vols. I-VI. i2mo. Lond., 1811-15.
Poor. Abstract of the Answers and Returns made pursuant to an Act passed in the 43d year of his Majesty King George III., intituled "An Act for procuring Returns relative to the Expence and Maintenance of the Poor in England." Folio. 1804.
— Law Commissioners. Report of Special Assistant on the Employment of Women and Children in Agriculture. 8vo.
Poore, Benjamin Perley. Early Lise and First Campaigns of Napoleon Bonaparte. With History of Family, etc. 8vo. Boston, 18; 1.
Report of, of his agency in procuring Copies of Public Documents from the Archives of France, with Letters to Governor Briggs, and Messrs. Palfrey and Sparks in relation thereto. [Mass. Sen. Doc. No. 9.] 8vo.
Pope. A Letter to the . . . on the probable Cause of the War, etc. 8vo., pp. 35. Lond., 1799.
[pope, Alexander.] Epistle from ... to Dr. Arbuthnot. 4to., pp. 30. Lond., 1734.
Pope (the) and the Presbyterians. A Review of the Warning of Jefferson, respecting the Dangers to be apprehended to our Civil and Religious Liberties from Prctbyterianism. By an American Citi2en. 8vo. Phil., 1845.
Pope Pius IX. Proceedings of the Public Demonstration of Sympathy with . . . and with Italy, in the City of New York, on Monday, Nov. 29th, 1847. 8vo. N. Y., 1847.
Pope, Thomas. A Treatise on Bridge Architecture, in which the superior advantages of the Flying Pendant Lever Bridge are sully proved. 8vo. N. Y., 1811.
Popery. A Papist Mis-represented and Represented; or, a Two-fold Character of. 4to., pp. 80.
Letter to Person of Quality, occasioned by the News of the ensuing Parliament. 4to., pp. 8.
Popish Plot. A Collection of Letters and other Writings relating to the Horrid . . . Folio. Lond., 1681.
HiJory of the most remarkable Passages of the last fourteen
years, with an Account of the Plot, etc. i6mo. (Date torn.)
A Tru~ Account and Declaration of the Horrid Conspiracy
against the. late King, his present Majesty, and the Government. Folio. In the Savoy, 1685.
See Historical Collections, 1679-81.
Popkin, John Snelling. An Attempt to Recommend Justice, Charity, and Unanimity in matters of Religion. Sermon at Newbury, June 10th, 1804. 8vo., pp. 39. Newburyport, 1805.
Porcupine, Peter. See William Cobbett — Erfldnc — Moreau de Saint-Mery.
Portalis, M. Speech to the Legislative Body of France, on presenting the Convention made between the French Republic, and the Holy See. Tranflated from the original French [by John Pin
Porter, Benjamin F. Argument in support of a Bill introduced by him in the Legislature of Alabama, to Abrogate the Punishment of Death. 8vo. Tuscaloofa, 1846.
Porter, David. Discourse at the Ordination of the Rev. James Harvey Hotchkin, Freehold, October 13, 1802. 8vo.
'Sermon at the Ordination of the Rev. Orange Lyman, Ellsworth (Sharon), Conn., August 26th, 1813. 8vo. Hudson, 1813. Sermon at the Installation of the Rev. Joel T. Benedict, at Chatham (New Concord), N. Y., November 1st, 1815. 8vo.
Porter, David. Journal of a Cruise made to the Pacisic Ocean, in the United States Frigate Essex, in the years 1812, '13 and '14. With Engravings. 2 vok, 8vo. Phil., 1815.
Same. Second Edition, with additions. 2 vols., 8vo.
N. Y., 1822.
Porter, Ebene2er. The Simplicity that is in Christ, and the Danger of its being Corrupted. A Sermon preached in Boston, May 31st, 1810. 8vo. Boston, 1810.
Porter, Eliphalet. Thanksgiving Sermon delivered in Roxbury, December i1, 1783. 8vo. Boston, 1784.
* Discourse before the Roxbury Charitable Society, September 15th, 1794. 8vo., pp. 22. Boston, 1795.
» Sermon occasioned by the Death of his Excellency Increase
Sumncr, Governor of Massachusetts, etc., Roxbury. 8vo., pp. 27. Boston, 1790.
■ An Eulogy on General Washington, delivered January 14, i8co, at Roxbury. 8vo. Boi'on.
■ « Discourse before the Humane Society of Massachusetts, June 8th,
1802. 8vo., pp. 46. Boston, 1802.
"Convention Sermon, Boston, May 31, 1810. List of Ministers. 8vo., pp. 38. Boston. i8to.
Porter, E. S. The Language of Affliction. A Sermon, oieasioned by the Death of Adeline Rider, delivered in the Reforrr-ed Dutch Church of Chatham, February 1, 1846. 8vo. Air .my, 1846. Porter, Huntington. Funeral Sermon (Mrs. Porte-), February, 1794. 8vo. Po.tsmouth, 1794.
■ ■* Funeral Discourse, at Rye, August, 1800. 8vo., pp. 18.
* A Discourse, delivered Thursday. January 1, 1801, being the
Commencement of a New Year and a New Century. 8vo.
• Discourse at Rye, June 5th, 1803, on account of the Sickness,
etc. 8vo., pp. 38. Portfmouth, 1803.
Porter, Jacob. Poems. 8vo. Hartford, 1818.
■ Summary Notice concerning Bible Societies in general, and those of France in particular. From the French. 8vo., pp. 16.
Porter, Jacob. The Well Spent Sou; or, Bibles for the Poor Negroes. Translated from the French.' 8vo. New Haven, 1830.
Method of Using the Chloride of Soda. Second Edition. 8vo.
— Topographical Description and Historical Sketch of Plainsield, in Hampshire County, Mass., May, 1834. 8vo. Greenfield, 1834.
Porter, John. The Wondersul Scotch Prophecy; or, the Whole Visions, Discoveries and Warnings, etc., Revealed to, etc. 8vo., pp. 20. [Rep.] Lond., 1745.
Porter, John. Sermon against Undue Appreciating of Moral Virtue, Braintrce, December 25 th, 1749. 8vo., pp. 30. Boston, 1750.
Porter, Nathaniel. New Hampshire Election Sermon, Concord, June 7th, 1804. .8vo. Concord, 1804.
Porter, Noah. An Historical Discourse in Commemoration of the Original Settlement of Farmington, in 1640. 8vo.
The Educational Systems of the Puritans and Jesuits Compared.
8vo. N. Y., 1851.
Porter, Robert Ker. Travelling Sketches of Russia and Sweden,
during the years 1805, '06, '07, '08. 8vo. Phil., 1809.
Porter, William S. Historical Notices of Connecticut. [Nos. I.
and II.] 8vo. Hartford, 1842.
Porteous, William. The Doctrine of Toleration, applied to the
Present Times. Sermon at Glasgow, Fast Day, December 10th,
1778. 8vo., pp. 39. Glasgow, 1778. The New Light Examined; or, Observations on the Proceedings
of the Associate Synod against their own Standards. 8vo., pp.
55. Glasgow, 1800.
Porteus, Beilby. The Review of Lise and Character of Arch.
Seeker. 8vo. [Rep.] N. Y., 1773.
Port-folio (the). By Oliver Oldfchool, Esq. [i. e. Jofeph Dennie],
Jan. 1801, to Dec. 1805. Vols. I-V. 4to. Phil., 1801-05.
New Scries. Vols. I-VL, Jan. 1806, to Dec. 1808. 8vo.
New Series. Vols. I-VIIL, Jan. 1809, to Dec. 1812. 8vo.
Third Series. Vols. I-VL, Jan. 1813, to Dec. 1815. 8vo.
Fourth Scries. Vols. I-XXIL, Jan. 1816, to Oct. 1827.
[Edited by John E. Hall.] 8vo. Phil., 1816-27.
Containing Essays, Letters and Narratives. Vol. II. 12mo.
Portsmouth (N. H.) By-Laws of the Town of, passed at their Annual Meeting, held March 25th, 1795. 8vo., pp. 13.
Same, passed 1795-6. 8vo., pp. i2. Portfmouth, 1806.
Rules and Regulations for the Government of the Public Schools
in the Town of. 8vo., pp. 8. Portfmouth, 1807. Post, and others, vs. Kimberly and others. Case of. In the Court
for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction of Errors.
8vo. N. Y., 1811.
Post-office. Remarks on the Post Establishment in the United States.
Reprinted from the 17th Number of the New York Review.
8vo. N.Y., 1841. Reply of Executive Committee of the Camden and Amboy
Railroad Company, etc., to Letter of the Post-Master General.
8vo. Trenton, 1847.
Postlethwayt, Malachy. The Universal Dictionary of Trade and
Commerce. Translated from the French of the celebrated Mons.
Savary. With Additions and Improvements, etc. Folio, 2 vols.
Great Britain's Commercial Interest Explained and Improved:
in a series of Dissertations on the most Important Branches of her Trade and Landed Interest. 2 vols., 8vo. Lond., 1759.
Potherie, M. De Bacqueville De La. Histoire de l'Ameriquc Septentrionale. Tomes III. et IV. i2mo. Paris, 1722.
Pott, Percival. A Treatise on Ruptures. Second Edition. 8vo.
Potter, Alon2o. Sermon preached before the Board of Directors of the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States, in St. James's Church, Philadelphia, May i2th, 1829. 8vo. Boston, 1829.
Primary Address to the Convention of the Diocese of Pennsylvania, 20th May, 1846. 8vo. Phil., 1846.
Address of the 64th Convention of the Diocese of Pennsylvania,
17th May, 1848. 8vo. Phil.
Potter, Elam. Two Sermons on the Amiablencss of Jesus Christ. 8vo., pp. 26. Boston, 1771.
[potter, Elisha R.] A Brief Account of Emissions of Paper Money, made by the Colony of Rhode Island. 8vo. Providence, 1837.
Considerations on the Rhode Island Question. 8vo.
Address delivered before the Rhode Island Historical Society,
February 19th, 1851. 8vo. Providence, R. L, 1851.
Considerations on the Questions of the Adoption of a Constitution
and Extension of Suffrage in Rhode Island. 8vo. Boston, 1842.
Potter, Horatio. Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth. A Sermon on the Religious Tendencies of the Age; and the Consequent Duty of the Christian Minister, preached in St. Peter's Church, Albany, Nov. 23d, 1844. 8vo. Albany, 1844.
Remarks in Favor of Free Churches; being part of an Address
delivered on the occasion of laying the Corner Stone of a Free Church at Fort Edward. 8vo. Albany, 1845.
Potter, John. Sermon at the Assi2es at Taunton, March 25th, 17i2. 8vo., pp. 30. Lond., 1712.