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Treaties. A General Collection of Treaties, Declarations of War, Manisestoes, and other Public Papers relating to Peace and War. 4 vols., 8vo. Second Edition. Lond., 1732.

—— Extracts from the, between Great Britain and other Kingdoms and States, of such Articles as relate to the Duty and Conduct of the Commanders of His Majesty's Ships of War. 4to.

Lond., 179*.

■ between the United States and Great Britain, from Definitive

Treaty of Peace, signed at Paris, 1783, to the Treaty of Peace, signed at Ghent, 1814. 8vo. Boston, 1815.

Treatise of the Diseases most frequent in the West Indies, and herein more particularly of those which occur in Barbadoes. 8vo.

Lond., 1726.

Treaty At Worms. Repliquc d'un Membre du Parlement de la Grande Bretagne, a la Reponse d'un Gentilhomme Milanois, etc. 8vo. Londres.

(A) held with the Catawba and Cherokee Indians, etc. 4to.,

pp. 25. Williamsburg.

— of Amity, Commerce and Navigation, between His Britannic Majesty and the United States of America, conditionally ratified by the Senate of the United States, at Philadelphia, June 24th, 1795. Appendix. i2mo. Phil., August 12th, 1795.

Same. Second Edition. 8vo. Phil., Nov. 2d, 1795.

Examination of the Treaty, etc., in several Numbers, by Cato.

8vo. N. Y., 1795.

Features of Mr. Jay's Treaty. To which is annexed a View of

the Commerce of the United States, as it stands at present, and as it is fixed by Mr. Jay's Treaty. 8vo. Phil., 1795.

The British Treaty. 8vo.

—— The Treaty: its Merits and Demerits sairly Discussed and Displayed. 8vo. [1794.]

— Letters of Franklin on the Conduct of the Executive and the, negotiated by the Chief Justice of the United States with the Court of Great Britain. 8vo., pp. 56. Phil., 1795.

Candid Examination of the Objections to the, of Amity, etc.,

between the United States and Great Britain, as stated in the Report of the Committee, etc., in Charleston, South Carolina. By a Citi2en of South Carolina. 8vo., pp. 43. [Rep.] N. Y., 1795.

— Same. With Sundry Resolutions and Proceedings in Cases before the Board of Commissioners for carrying into effect the Sixth Article, etc. 4W. Phil., 1799.

Brief Statement of Opinions given in the Board of Commissioners, under the Sixth Article. With an Appendix, etc., by one of the Commissioners. 8vo., pp. 71. Phil., 1800.

See United States Debates—in Appendix.

And Convention for the Wounded and Prisoners of War of

the Land Forces of His Majesty the King of Great Britain and of his Most Christian Majesty. i2mo., pp. 16. Phil.

Treaty between the United States and His Catholic Majesty, 27th Oa., 1795. 8vo. Phil., 1796.

Trebeck, J. A Letter to John Hollis, on his Reasons for Scepticism, as it concerns Revealed Religion. 8vo., pp. 40. Lond., 1796.

Trelawny, Sir Harry, Bart. Letter to Rev. Thomas Aleock, etc. 8vo., pp. 27. Lond., 1780.

Trelawny, Harry. The Importance of Truth, and the Danger of Moderation, particularly with respect to the Doctrine of the Trinity, etc. 8vo. Exeter, 1799.

[trenchard, John.] Cato's Letters. 4 vols., i2mo. Lond., 1724.

and Thomas Gordon. Collection of Tracts. 2 vols., 8vo.

Lond., 1751.

Trials In Ireland. Speeches of . . . for High Treason, etc.; including the Speeches of Mr. Curran at length, accompanied by certain papers illustrating the History and Present State of that Country. 8vo. Baltimore, 1804.

Trimmer, Mrs. Abridgement of Scripture History, consisting of Lessons selected from the Old Testament, etc. i2mo.

N. Y., J 804.

Reflections upon the Education of Children in Charity Schools,

etc. 8vo. Lond., 1792.

Trinity. A Full Answer to the Catholic Doctrine ... Proved, etc., by Rev. William Jones, wherein that Author's Arguments are Resuted, etc. 8vo., pp. 192, iv. Lond., 1772.

The Importance of Truth, and the Danger of Moderation,

particularly with respect to the Doctrine of the, etc. 8vo., pp. 67. Exeter, 1779.

Trinity Church. A Brief Statement relative to the late Election of Wardens, etc., in . . . etc., in the City of New York, April, 18i2.

The Charter of the Corporation of Trinity Church Desended

against the Attacks of a late Pamphlet. 8vo. N. Y., 1813.

Memorial, with accompanying Documents, relative to . . .

8vo. ' N.Y., 1846.

Triomphe (le) du Nouveau Monde. Reponses Academiques fondant un Nouveau Systeme de Consederation, etc., dedie aux Souverains, etc. 2 vols., 8vo. Paris, 1785.

Triumph (the) of the Whigs; or, T'other Congress Convened. 8vo.

N. Y., 1775..

Troil, Uno Von. Letters on Iceland; containing Observations on the Civil, Literary, Ecclesiastical and Natural History . . . etc. To which arc added, the Letters of Dr. Ihre and Dr. Beach to the Author concerning the Edda and the Elephantiasis of Iceland, etc, 8vo. Dublin, 1780.

Trott, Nicholas. The Laws of the British Plantations in America, relating to the Church and the Clergy, Religion and Learning. Folio. Lond., 1721.

Troughear, Thomas. Sermon at Northwood, in the Isle of Wight, September 7th, 1729. 8vo., pp. 23. Lond., 1730.

Troup, Robert. A Vindication os" the Claim of Elkanah Watfon, Esq., to the Merit of Projecting the Lake Canal Policy, etc.; also, a Vindication of the Claim of the late General Schuyler to the Merit of Drawing the Act of 1792. 8vo. Geneva, 1821.

A Letter to the Hon. B. Livingston, Esq., on the Lake Canal

Policy of the State of New York. 8vo. Albany, 1822.

et al. Answer to a Clandestine Address to the Electors of the State of New York, signed by ... By Epaminondas. 8vo.

Trubner, Nicolas. Bibliographical Guide to American Literature . . . etc. i2mo. Lond., 1855.

True Briton (the). 2 vols., 8vo. Lond., 1723.

Trumbull, Benjamin. A Plea, in Vindication of the Connecticut .Title to the Contested Lands lying West of the Province of New York, addressed to the Public. 8vo., pp. 102.

New Haven, 1774.

—— Thanksgiving Sermon on the Peace with Great Britain, North Haven, December 11, 1783. 8vo., pp. 37. New Haven, 1784.

A Complete History of Connecticut, etc. Vol. I. 8vo.

Hartford, 1797.

Funeral Discourse on the Death of General Washington, North

Haven, December 29, 1799. 8vo., pp. 31. New Haven, 1800.

Address on the subjects of Prayer and Family Religion. 12mo.,

pp. 36. New Haven, 1804.

A Complete History of Connecticut, Civil and Ecclesiastical,

from the Emigration of its first Planters from England, in the year 1630, to the year 1764, and to the Close of the Indian Wars. 2 vols., 8vo. New Haven, 1818.

Trumbull, Henry. History of Indian Wars, etc. With Plates. 8vo. Norwich, 18i2.

[trumbull, John.] McFingal: a Modern Epic Poem; Canto First, or the Town Meeting. 8vo. Phil., 1775.

[ ] Same. In Four Cantos, i2mo. Hartford, 1782.

Same. 8vo. N. Y., 1795.

Poetical Works. 2 vols., 8vo. Hartford, 1820.

Trumbull, John. Autobiography, Reminiscences and Letters . . . from 1756 to 1841. Engravings. 8vo. N. Y., 1841.

Trumbull, J. H. The Public Records of the Colony of Connecticut, prior to the Union with New Haven Colony, May, 1665. 8vo. Hartford, 1850.

Same, from 1665-78, etc. 8vo. Hartford, 1852.

Thrush, Thomas. A Letter addressed to the King, on Resigning his Commission as a Captain in the Royal Navy, on the ground of the Unlawsulness of War. 8vo. Cambridge, 1825.

Trust, Joseph William. Report of the Proceedings at the City Hall, New York, in 1833, in the Case of Jofeph Wilfred Parkins. 8vo.

Lond., 1833.

Tuam, Archbishop Of. Sermon to the.Protestants of Ireland, in and about the City of London, Thanksgiving, October 23d, 1689. 4to. Lond.

Tucke, John. Sermon at the Ordination of the Rev. John Tueke (his son), Epsom, September 23d, 1761. 8vo., pp. 47.


Tucker, George. Lise of Thomas Jefferson; with Parts of his Correspondence, before unpublished, etc. 2 vols., 8vo. Phil., 1837.

Progress of the United States in Population and Wealth in Fifty

Years, as exhibited by the Decennial Census. 8vo. N. Y., 1843.

Tucker, John. Sermon at the Ordination of Rev. Edmund Noyes, Salisbury, November 20th, 1751. 8vo., pp. 40. Boston, 1751.

Sermon at the Ordination of the Rev. Mr. Amos Moody, Pelham, November 20th, 1765. 8vo. Boston, 1766.

Letter to James Chandler, of Rowley, relative to a Marginal

Note in his Sermon of 25th June, 1767. 8vo., pp. 27.

Boston, 1767.

Remarks on a Sermon by Aaron Hutchinson, of Grafton, entitled Valour for the Truth, delivered 23d April, 1767. 8vo., pp. 47. Boston.

Brief Account of an Ecclesiastical Council, so called, convened

in the First Parish of Newbury, 31st March, and 21st of April, 1767. With a Discourse from Acts xx. 17 to 21 inclusive. 8vo., pp. 42 and 14. Boston.

Reply to Rev. Mr. Chandler's Answer, containing the Author's

Vindication of Himself, in a Second Letter to Chandler. 8vo., pp. 55. Boston, 1768.

— Chandler's Reply to, April, 1768.

A. Hutchinson's Reply to Remarks on his Sermon, etc., Considered by the Author of said Remarks. 8vo., pp. 40.

Boston, 1768.

Convention Sermon, Boston, May 26th, 1768. 8vo.

Boston, 1768.

Two Sermons, preaehed at Newburyport, April 9th, 1769.

8vo., pp. 31. Boston, 1769.

Massachusetts Election Sermon, May 29th, 1771. 8vo.

Boston, 1771.

Remarks on a Discourse of the Rev. Jonathan Parsons, of Newburyport, delivered 5th March [1774], and entitled, "Freedom from Civil and Ecclesiastical Slavery the Purchase of Christ." 8vo., pp. 36. Boston, 1774.

Letter to, upon his Remarks on Parson's Sermon, by Marcus

Shangar. 8vo., pp. 17. Boston, 1775.

Dudleian Lecture, Harvard College, September 2, 1778. 8vo.,

pp. 32. Boston, 1778.

—— Sermon at Newburyport, August 14th, 1778, on Ps. cxxxiii. 1. With Letters from Thomas Carey to his Parishioners. 8vo., pp. 52, Newburyport, 1788

Tucker, Josiah. Second Letter to a Friend, concerning Naturali2ations, etc. 8vo., pp. 44. Lond., 1753. ■ A Letter to, occasioned by his Apology for the Present Church of England, etc. By a Petitioning Clergyman. 8vo., pp. 57.

Lond., 1773.

Religious Intolerance no part of the General Plan either of the

Mofaic or Christian Dispensation, etc. 8vo., pp. 55.

Gloucester, 1774.

Tract V. The Respective Pleas and Arguments of the Mother

Country and of the Colonies, distinctly set forth. 8vo., pp. 51.

Gloucester, 177;.

An Humble Address and Earnest Appeal to the Landed Interest,

etc. Second Edition. 8vo., pp. 93. Gloucester, 1775.

— Four Tracts on Political and Commercial Subjects. Third Edition. 8vo., pp. 224. Gloucester, 1776.

Reflections on the Present Low Price of Coarse Wools, etc.

8vo. Lond., 1782.

Four Letters on Important National Subjects, addressed to the

Right Hon. the Earl of Shelburne. Second Edition. 8vo., pp. i20. Lond., 1783.

Reflections on the Present Matters in Dispute between Great

Britain and Ireland, etc. 8vo., pp. 41. Lond., 1785.

Tuckerman, Henry T. The Lise of Silas Talbot, a Commodore in the Navy of the United States. i2mo. N. Y., 1850.

A Month in England. i2mo. N. Y., 1853.

A Memorial of Horatio Greenough; consisting of a Memoir,

Selections from his Writings, and Tributes to his Genius. 12mo.

N. Y., 1853.

Tuckerman, Joseph. Funeral Oration on the Death of General Washington, before the Boston Mechanies' Association, 22d February, 1800. pp. 24. Boston.

Sermon delivered at the Ordination of the Rev. Samuel Gilman,

Charleston, S. C., December 1, 1819. 8vo. Charleston.

Sermon at the Ordination of the Rev. Orville Dewey, New

Bedford, December 17th, 1823. 8vo. New Bedford, 1824.

Reports of his Service as a Minister at large in Boston. Second

Edition. i2mo., pp. 187. N.Y. 1832.

Tudor, Henry. Narrative of a Tour in North America; comprising Mexico, the Mines of Real del Monte, the United States, and the British Colonies, with an Excursion to the Island of Cuba. In a scries of Letters, written in the years 1831-2. 2 vols., 8vo.

Lond., 1834.

Tudor, William. An Oration, delivered March 5th, 1779, at the request of the Inhabitants of the Town of Boston, to commemorate the Bloody Tragedy of 5th of March, 1772. 4W., pp. 23.

Boston, 1779.

Tudor, William, Jr. Oration, at Boston, July 4th, 1809. 8vo.

Boston, 1809.

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