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Smith, Elihu H. Discourse, April 11th, 1798, before the New York Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, etc. 8vo.

N.Y., 1798.

Smith, Ethan. A Dissertation on the Prophecies relative to AntiChrist and the Last: Times, etc. 8vo. Charlestown, 1811.

Smith, George. Sermon at Shessield, before the Original United 'Lodge of Odd Fellows, July 9th, 1798. 8vo., pp. 20. Shessield.

Smith, George W. A Defence of the System of Solitary Confinement of Prisoners, adopted by the State of Pennsylvania, etc. 8vo. Phil., 1833.

Smith, Henrietta. The Insant Preacher; or, the Story of. 12mo., pp. i2. Phil., 1819.

Smith, Hugh. The Theory and Regulation of Public Sentiment. An Address delivered before the Alumni of Columbia College, October 5th, 1842. 8vo. N. Y., 1842.

Smith, Isaac. Sermon at the Instalment of the Rev. Ethan Smith, Hopkinton, March i2th, 1800. To which arc annexed the Charge, etc., and the Discourse by Rev. Ethan Smith on the Sabbath following his Instalment. 8vo. Concord, 1800.

Smith, Jacobi Edvardi. Caroli Linnæi Flora Lapponica, exhibens Plantas per Lapponiam crescentes, etc. 8vo. Londini, 1792.

Compendium Flora; Britannicæ. 8vo. Lond., 1800.

Smith, James. An Account of the Remarkable Occurrences in the Lise and Travels of . . . (now a citi2en of Bourbon County, Ky.) during his Captivity with the Indians, in the years 175c, 17 56,''57, '58 and '59. Written by himself. 8vo.

Lexington, Ky., 1799.

Smith, James. To Thofe who have Sworn to Support the Constitution, etc., these sew Lines are addressed. 8vo. N. Y., 1805.

The Commonwealth's Man; in a series of Letters addressed to

the Citi2ens of New York. 8vo. N. Y., 1806.

Smith, James. Man, with his Ability, through the Atonement, to render Himself Acceptable to God. With Advice as to the

'Means of Accomplishing it. 8vo. Albany, 1841.

Smith, James H. Eulogy on Thomas S. Grimke, delivered before the Literary and Philofophical Society of South Carolina, March 10th, 1835. 8vo.

National Oration, delivered at Guilderland Centre, July 4th,

1844. 8vo. Albany, 1844.

Smith, James Mccune. A Lecture on the Haytien Revolutions; with a Sketch of the Character of Toussaint l'Ouverture. 8vo.

N. Y., 1841.

Smith, Jeremiah. Funeral Sermon, occasioned by the Death of Sir Thomas Abry, Kt., and Alderman of London. With an Elegiac Poem, by Isaac Watts. 8vo., pp. 99. Lond., 1722.

Smith, Jeremiah. Oration on the Death of General George Washington, delivered at Exeter, February 22d, 1800. pp. 31.

- eter. 1800.

[smith, John.] A True Relation of such Occurrences and Accidents of Noate as hath hapned in Virginia since the first planting of that Collony, etc. Written by Th. Watfon. 4to. Lond., 1608.

— The True Travels, Adventures and Observations of Captaine ... in Europe, Asia, Africke and America; beginning about the yeere 1593, and continued to this present 1629. 2 vols., 8vo. [Rep.] Richmond, 1819.

Smith, John. Essay on Universal Redemption, etc. 8vo., pp. 71. [Rep.] Boston, 1767.

Smith, John. Memoirs of Wool, Woolen Manusacture and Trade (particularly in England) from the earliest to the present times. Second Edition. 2 vols., 4to. Lond., 1757.

Smith, John. Choir Gaur; the Grand Orrery of the Ancient Druids, commonly called Stonehenge, on Salisbury Plain, astronomically explained, and mathematically proved to be a Temple, erected in the earliest ages, for Observing the Motions of the Heavenly Bodies. Illustrated with 3 Copper Plates. Ato., pp. 73.

Salisbury, 1771.

'Travels in Palestine, in 1789 and 1790, etc.; and a Particular Description of the City of Jerusalem, and its present State. 12mo.

Lond., 1792.

—— Sailm Dhaibhidh maille ri Laoidhean, etc. (Gaelic Version of the Psalms). i2mo. Dun-Eidin, 1797.

■ Lise of St. Columba, the Apostle and Patron Saint of the Ancient Scots and Picts, etc. 8vo., pp. 168. Edinburgh, 1798.

Smith, John. The Lise, Journals and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys, Esq. . . . including a Narrative of his Voyage to Tangier ... 2 vols., 8vo. Lond., 1841.

Smith, John Augustine. Eulogy on the late Wright Post, M. D., delivered in New York, Wednesday, October 8th, 1828. 4t0.

N. Y., 1828.

■ The Mutations of the Earth . . . being the Anniversary Discourse for 1846, before the New York Lyceum of Natural Historv. 8vo. N. Y., 1846.

Smith, John Blair. Discourse at Albany, at the Organi2ation of the Northern Missionary Society in New York, February 14th, 1797. 8vo., pp. 42. Schenectady, 1797.

Smith, John Jay. Letters of Dr. Richard Hill and his Children; or, the History of a Family as told by themselves. 8vo. Phil., 1854.

Smith, Joseph, Jr. The Book of Mormon. Third Edition, caresully revised by the Translator. i2mo. Nauvoo, IlL, 1840.

Smith, J. F. The American Lutheran Mission; with an Appeal in its behalf. An Address before the General Synod, May 16th, 1845. 8vo. Albany", 1845.

Smith, Joshua Hett. An Authentic Narrative of the Causes which led to the Death of Major Andre, Adjutant-General of his Majesty's Forces in North America. To which is added a Monody on the Death of Major Andre, by Miss Seward. 8vo. Lond., 1808. 1

Smith, Joshua Hett. Same. i2n10., pp. 214. N. Y., 1809.

Smith, J. M. A Discourse on the Epidemic Cholera Morbus of Europe and Asia, delivered at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York, November 9th, 1831. 8vo. N. Y., 1831.

Smith, Joshua Toulmin. The Northmen in New England; or, America in the Tenth Century. i2mo. Boston, 1839.

Smith, Matthew. Memoirs of Secret Service, etc. 8vo. Lond.

Smith, Robert. Letter to Samuel L. Mitchell, on Navy and Dockyards, etc. 8vo., pp. 88. Washington, 1802.

— Address to the People of the United States. 8vo., pp. 41.

Baltimore, 1811.

Smith, Samuel. The History of the Colony of Nova-Cæsaria, or New Jersey, containing an Account of its First Settlement, Progressive Improvements, etc., to the year 1721. With some particulars sinee, and a short View of its Present State. 8vo.

Burlington, 1765.

Smith, Samuel H. (and Thomas Lloyd). Trial of Samuel Chase, etc. 2 vols., 8vo. Washington, 1805.

Smith, Samuel Stanhope. Thanksgiving Discourse, delivered in Philadelphia, February 19th, 1795. Seeond Edition'. 8vo.

Phil., 1795.

Oration upon the Death of General George Washington, Trenton, 14th January, 1800. 8vo., pp. 45. Trenton, 1800. —— Lectures on the Evidences of the Christian Religion. i2mo.

An Essay on the Causes of the Variety of Complexion and

.Figure in the Human Species. 8vo. New Brunswick, 1810. —— The Lectures, corrected and improved, which have been delivered for a series of years in the College of New Jersey, on the subjects of Moral and Political Philofophy. 2 vols., 8vo.

Trenton, 18i2.

—— Oratio Inauguralis habita in ædibus Collegii Neo-Cæsariensis, 1794. i2mo. Trenton, 1817.

Smith, Thomas. See Freeman.

Smith, Thomas P. A Sketch of the Revolutions in Chemistry. 8vo.

Phil., 1798.

Smith [william]. Opinion . . . humbly offered to the General Assembly of the Colony of New York, on the 7th of June, 1734; relating to Courts of Equity within laid Colony. 4to., pp. 45.

N.Y., 1734.

s ] A Review of the Military Operations in North America, from

the Commencement of the French Hostilities on the Frontiers in
Virginia, in 1753, to the Surrender of Oswego, on the 14th of
August, 1756, etc. In a Letter to a Nobleman. 4to., pp. 144.
[See Review.] Lond., 1757.

■ The History of the Province of New York, from the First Discovery to the year 1732, etc. [With the South View of Oswego, on Lake Ontario.] 4to. lond., 1757.

Smith William. Same. [Omits the dedication to the Earl of Halisax.] 8vo. Lond., 1776.

— Same. First American Edition. 8vo. [With View of Columbia College.] Phil., 1792.

Same, with a continuation from the year 1732 to the commencement of the year 1814. [By J. V. N. Yates.] 8vo. Albany, 1814.

Continuation of the History of New York, to 1762. First published as "Collections of the New York Historical Society, for the year 1826. Vol. IV." 8vo. N. Y., 1826.

The History of the late Province of New York, from its Discovery to the Appointment of Governor Colden, in 1762. 2vols., 8vo. N. Y., 1829.

Same. 2 vols., 8vo. N. Y., 1830.

■ Histoire' de la Nouvelle York, depuis la Decouverte de Cette Province jusqu'a Notre fiecle, etc. Traduite de l'Anglois par M. E * * *. [EidousJ 8vo. Lond., 1767.

Smith, William. The Trial, Conviction, Condemnation, Consession, and Execution of, for Poisoning, etc. With an Account of the Murder of Farmer Harvey, etc. 8vo., pp. 32. Lond., 1753.

Smith, William. Discourses on several public occasions during the War in America. 8vo. Lond., 1759.

Same. Second Edition. 8vo. Lond., 1762.

(" ] An Historical Account of the Expedition against the Ohio Indians, in the year 1764, under the command of Henry Bouquet, Esq., etc. Map and Plates, 4to. Lond., 1766.

[" I purpofed sending you a copy of Bouquet's Expedition to Muskingam, which I drew up from some papers he savored me with, and which is reprinted in England, and has had a very savorable reception."—MS. Letter of William Smith to Sir William Johnson, dated at Philadelphia, 13th January, 1766, in the collection of Colonel Peter Force.]

Some Account of the Charitable Corporation, lately erected for

the Relief of the Widows and Children of Clergymen, in Communion of the Chuich of England in America, etc. With a Sermon, Philadelphia, October 1769, before said Corporation. 4W., pp. 48. PhiL, 1769.

—— A Sermon on the Present Situation of American Affairs, preached in Christ Church, June 23, 1775. 8vo., pp. 32. Phil., 1775.

Oration in Memory of General Montgomery, and of the Ossicers and Soldiers who sell with him, December 31st, 1775, before Quebee, etc. 8vo., pp. 44. Phil., 1776.

Sermon in Christ Church, Philadelphia, before the General

Communication of Free and Accepted Masons of the State of
Pennsylvania, December 28, 1778. 8vo. Phil., 1779.

Sermon before the Pennsylvania Society of the Cincinnati. 8vo.

Phil., 1790.

Eulogium on Benjamin Franklin, delivered March 1, 1791, at

Philadelphia, etc. 8vo Phil., 1792.

Smith, William. Presace and Testimonies, etc., to the New Edition of his Works. 8vo. • Phil., 1802.

Works. 2 vols., 8vo. Phil., 1803.

Smith, William. Discourse delivered before the Grand Lodge, etc., of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, Newport, 27th June, 1791. 4to., pp. 19. Providence, 1791.

Discourse at the Ordination of Rev. John Usher, of Bristol, in

St. John's Church, Providence, 31st July, 1793. 8vo.

Providence, 1793.

Smith, William. An Ossice of Induction, etc., 1799. 8vo.

New Haven.

Smith, William. An Address from the Prcsbytcry of New Castle to the Congregations under their care, etc. 8vo., pp. 62.

Wilmington, 1785.

Smith, William (of S. C.) Speeches in the House of Representatives of the United States against Mr. Madison's Resolutions, January, 1794. 8vo., pp. 75. Phil., 1794.

[ assisted by Oliver Wolcott.] The Pretensions of Thomas

Jefferson to the Presidency Examined, and the Charges against John Adams Resuted, addressed to the Citi2ens of America in general, and particularly to the Electors of the President. Oct. 6, 1796. 8vo. ,796.

Smith, William. Journal of a Voyage in the Missionary ship "Dusf to the Pacific Ocean, in the years 1796-1802. i2mo.

N. Y., 1813.

Smith, William R. Observations on the Wisconsin Territory, chiefly on that part called the "Wisconsin Land District," with a Map, exhibiting the settled parts of the Territory, as laid off in counties by Act of the Legislaturc in 1837. i2mo. Phil., 1838.

Smith's Brooklyn City Directory, for 1854-55 . . . etc. With an Appendix. i2mo. Brooklyn, 1854.

Smithsonian Institution. Letters on the National Institute, Smithsonian Legacy, the Fine Arts, etc. By John Carroll Brent. 8vo.

Washington, 1844.

—— Speech of Robert Dale Owen, of Indiana, on the Bill for its Organi2ation, delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, April 22d, 1846. 8vo., pp. 8. Washington, 1846.

Report of the Organi2ation Committee of. 8vo.

Washington, 1847.

— Animadversions on the Proceedings of the Regents of the, in their Choice of an Architect for their Edisiee at Washington. By David Henry Arnot, Architect. 8vo. N. Y., 1847.

Reports of the Regents to Congress. 8vo. Washington, 1846-58.

Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge. Vols. I-IX. 4to.

Washington, 1848-57.

Smollett, Tobias. A Complete History of England, from the Descent of Julius Cæsar to the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle, 1748. 7 vols., 8vo. Lond., 1758.

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