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Discourse on Fast Day, May 15th, 1783, Newbury. 8vo.,

pp. 19. Salem, 1783.

Two Friendly Letters to Philalethes, Rev. Samuel Spring. 8vo.,

pp. 136. Newburyport, 1785.

Massachusetts Election Sermon, May 30th, 1792. 8vo.

Boston, 1792.

Discourse before the Aflociation, Portfmouth, N. H. 8vo., pp.

29. Portfmouth, 1792.

Sermon on Fast Day, April 11,1793. 8vo.,pp.31. Boston, 1793.

Discourse in the Chapel of Harvard College, for the Younger

Members of the University. 8vo., pp. 25. Boston, 1794. Sermon ac the Ordination of Rev. John Thornton Kirkland,

Boston, February 5th, 1794. 8vo., pp. 43. Boston, 1794. Discourse delivered in the Chapel of Harvard College, before

the Senior Class, etc. 8vo., pp. 16. Boston, 1794. Discourse on the Death of Mr. John Russell, November 17th,

1795, Harvard College. 8vo., pp. 16. Boston, 1795.

— Discourse delivered to the Students of Harvard College, September 6th, 1796. 8vo., pp. 20. Boston, 1796.

—— Sermon before the Annual Convention of the Congregational Ministers of Massachusetts, Boston, June 1st, 1797. 8vo., pp. 34.

Boston, 1797.

Discourse on Fast Day, April 5th, 1798, Boston. 8vo., pp. 31.

Boston, 1798.

. Discourse, June 19th, 1798, occasioned by the approaching De

parture of the Senior Class from the University, Harvard College. 8vo., pp. 28. Boston, 1798.

Two Sermons, Plymouth, January 5th, 1800, aster the Ordination of Rev. Mr. Kendall. 8vo., pp. 46. Boston, 1800.

Discourse, in Solemn Commemoration of General George Washington, February 21st, 1800. 8vo., pp. 44. 1800.

— Sermon, at the Ordination of Rev. Nathaniel Hill Fleteher, in Kennebunk, 3d Sept., 1800. 8vo., pp. 34. Cambridge, 1800.

Discourse in English, and an Address in Latin, by Joseph Willard,

on occasion of the Death of General Washington, Cambridge, 21st February, 1800. 8vo., pp. 44. Charlestown, 1800.

Sermon delivered in Andover, at the Funeral of Lieut.-Governor

Phillips; with an Account of the Funeral Arrangements, and
Biographical Notes. 8vo., pp. 27. Boston, 1802.

Sermon at Installation of He2ekiah Packard, Wiseasset, 8th September, 1802. 8vo., pp. 36. Cambridge, 1802.

Funeral Discourse, Providence, on the Death of Enos Hiteheock,

D. D. 8vo., pp. 24. Cambridge, 1803.

Sermons on Important Subjects, with a Biographical Sketch of

the Author, and a Sermon at his Funeral, by Dr. Holmes. 8vo.

Boston, 1807.

Tappan, David. Lectures on Jewish Antiquities, delivered at Harvard University, in Cambridge, A. D. 1802 and 1803. 8vo.

Boston, 1807.

Tappan, Henrv P. The Growth of Cities: a Discourse delivered before the New York Geographical and Statistical Society, 15th March, 1855. 8vo., pp. 50. N. Y., 1855.

Tappan, Lewis. Address to the Non-Slaveholders of the South, on the Social and Political Evils of Slavery. 8vo. N. Y.

Tariff. Brief Remarks on the proposed New Tariff, respectsully submitted to Congress. 8vo. N. Y., 1816.

Report of the Committee, appointed by the Citi2ens of Pittsburg, at a Meeting held at the Court House, on the 21st December, 1816, to Inquire into the State of Manusactures in the City, and its immediate vicinity, made February 17th, 1817, in House of Representatives of the United States. 8vo.

National Interests and Domestic Manusactures: Address of the

Philadelphia Society for the Promotion of Domestic Industry, to the Citi2ens of the United States. 8vo. Boston, 1819.

Advertisement "to Prove the Ruinous Consequences which have

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Address to the Senate and House of Representatives of the

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The Crisis: a Solemn Appeal, etc., on the Destructive Tendency

of the Present Policy, etc. By a Pennsylvanian. Phil., 1823.

A Warning Voice to the Cotton and Tobacco Planters, Farmers

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Preamble and Resolutions, adopted at a Meeting held at the

Exchange Coffee House, August 16th, 1831, for the purpofe of Choosing Delegates to the Anti-Tariff Convention.

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Taxes. The Royal Treasury of England; or, an Historical Account of all Taxes, under what denomination soever, from the Conquest to this present year. 8vo. Lond., 1725.

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Tyranny Unmasked. 8vo. Washington, 1822.

Taylor, John. Selections from the Works of Baron de Humboldt, relating to the Climate, Inhabitants, Productions, and Mines of Mexico. With Notes. 8vo. Lond., 1824.

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Teignmouth, Lord. See Sir William Jones.

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