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Bibliotheca Americo-Septentrionalis, etc. i6mo. [Paris], 1820.
Bibliotheca Americana, etc. i6mo. Paris, 1831.
Same. i6mo. Paris, 1840.
Warden, William. Letters written on board the ship "Northumberland," and at St. Helena, in which the Conduct and Conversations of Napoleon Buonaparte and his Suite are described, etc. i2mo. Phil., 1817.
Ware, Henry. Sermon, September 1st, 1802, at the Interment of Rev. Daniel Shute, Hingham. 8vo., pp. 28. Boston, 1802.
The Service of God, etc., our Reasonable Choice. Sermon
at Scituate, 31st October, 1804. 8vo., pp. 20. Boston, 1804.
Eulogy, July 20th, 1810, at the Interment of Rev. Samuel Webber, D. D., President of Harvard University. 8vo., pp. 19.
Sermon at the Ordination of the Rev. W. B. O. Peabody,
Springfield, October i2th, 1820. 8vo. Springfield, 1820.
Sermon, December 18th, 1821, at the Ordination of the Rev.
William Ware, to the Pastoral care of the First Congregational
Two Discourses, containing the History of the Old North and
New Brick Churches, united as the Second Chureh, in Boston, delivered May 20th, 1821. 8vo. Boston, 1821.
Eulogy on John Adams, delivered at Boston, 9th July, 1826.
8vo. Boston, 1826.
Ware, Henry, Jr. Sermon at the Dedication of the Second Congregational Church in Northampton, December 7th, 1825. 8vo.
A Sermon at the Ordination of the Rev. Cyrus A. Bartol, as
Junior Pastor of the West Church, in Boston, Wednesday, March 1st, 1837. 8vo.
Ware, William. A Sermon on the Communion, preached March 6th, 1825, in First Congregational Church, in the City of New York. 8vo. N. Y., 1825.
Sermon on the Sunday sueceeding the Great Fire of December 16th, 1835. 8vo. N. Y., 1835.
Warner, G. J. Oration, New York, 4th July, 1797, Means for the Preservation of Public Liberty. 8vo. ■ N. Y., 1797.
Warner and Ray, Vs. Beers. President of the North American Trust and Banking Company, etc., and Bolander Vs. Stevens, President of Bank of Commerce, etc. Reports of the Opinions and Decision of the Court of Errors, 1840. 8vo. N. Y., 1840.
Warren, Emory F. Sketches of the History of Chautauque County. i8mo. Jamestown, N. Y., 1846.
Warren, John. Sermon before the Incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gofpel in Foreign Parts, February 16th, 1787-. 4to. Lond., 1787.
Warren, John. An Eulogy on the Hon. Thomas Russell, delivered at Boston, May 4th, 1796. 4W., pp. 35. Boston, 1796.
Warren, John C. A Comprehensive View of the Sensorial and Nervous Systems in Man and Animals. 8vo. Boston, 1822.
Surgical Observations on Tumours, with Cases and Observations. 8vo. Loud., 1838.
—— The Mastodon Gigantcus of North America. Plates. 4W.
Address before the American Medical Association, at the Anniversary Meeting in Cincinnati, May 8th, 1850. 8vo., pp. 65.
Warren, Joseph. Oration delivered March 6th, 1775,to commemorate the "Tragedy of 5th March, 1770. 8vo., pp. 22. [Rep.]
Warren, Mrs. Mercy. Poems: Dramatic and Miscellaneous. 12mo.
History of the Rise, Progress and Termination of the American
Revolution, interspersed with Biographical, Political, and Moral
[warton, Thomas.] The Pleasures of Melancholy: a Poem. 4W., pp. 24. Lond., 1747.
Washburn, Emory. Address before the Worcester Agricultural Society, delivered October 11th, 1826. 8vo.
Topographical and Historical Sketches of the Town of Leicester,
Mass., etc. 8vo. Worcester, 1826.
Sketches of the Judicial History of Massachusetts, from 1630 to
the Revolution in 1775. 8vo. Boston, 1840.
Washington, City Of. Observations on the River Potomack, the Country adjacent, and the . . . 8vo., pp. 30. N. Y., 1794.
Message from the President of the United States transmitting sundry Documents, relative to the Affairs of the City of, etc. 8vo.
—— Mutual Assurance Company of the City of New York, instituted June 1801. Charter, By-Laws, Rates of Insurance, etc. 8vo., pp. 22. N. Y., 1809.
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Washington, George. The Journal of Major . . . sent by Governor Dinwiddie to the Commandant of the French Forces on Ohio, etc. 8vo., pp. 32. [Rep.] Lond., 1754.
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[Forged] Epistles, Domestie, Confidential and OssiciaJ, from General Washington, written about the commencement of the American Contest, etc. 8vo. N. Y., 1796.
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Oration in Memory of the Virtues of ... By a Member of
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■ Letters to Arthur Young, Esq., F. R. S., and Sir John Sinclair,
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Farewell Address to the People of the United States. 12mo.
N. Y., 18i2.
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Memorial to the General Assembly of Virginia, for a Monument
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Washington, George. The Writings of . . . being his Correspondence, Addresses, Messages and other Papers, Ossicial and Private; with a Lise of the Author. By Jared Sparks. i 2 vols., 8vo.
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"Watch Tower." [A series of Numbers, commencing November 25th, 1754, in the New York Mercury, on the Church Controversy.]
Waterhouse, Benjamin. Discourse before the Humane Society os Massachusetts, June 8th, 1790. 4t0., pp. tQ. Boston, 1790.
The kise, Progress, and Present State of Medicine. A Discourse
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A Profpect of Terminating the Small Pox. Cambridge, 1800,
Public Lecture, delivered in Cambridge, on the Evil Tendency
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The Botanist; being the Botanical part of a Course of Lectures
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Waterman, Jotham. Discourse at Dennis, December 27th, 1803, before the Sumner's Lodge. 8vo., pp. 26. Boston, 1804.
'Fast Discourse, delivered April 5 th, 1804. 8vo. Boston, 1804.
Discourse at Barnstable, December 27th, 1804, before the Fraternal Lodge. 8vo., pp. 16. Boston, 1805.
Sermon, December 4th, 1805, on the Installation of King Hiram's
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Discourse, August 9th, 1807, aster the Death of Captain Crocker,
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Watkins, Robert. An Examination of the Executive Proceeding against a Member of the late Convention, containing a Recent Correspondence with Governor Jackson, etc. 8vo.
Augusta (Ga.), 1799.
Watson and Others. Trials by Court Martial of Captain Samuel Watfon, and David Livermore and others, of the 1st Regiment, 1st Brigade, 7th Division of Massachusetts Militia. 8vo.
Watson, Alexander. A Lecture, delivered April 2d, 1845, before the Members of the Albany Female Academy, at the close of the Annual Course on Astronomy. 8vo. Albany, 1845.
Watson, Elkanah. Address to the Members of the Berkshire Agricultural Society, Pittsfield, September 24th, 1811. i2mo., pp. 11.
History of the Rise and Existing Condition of the Western
Canals in the State of New York, from September, 1788, to the Completion of the Middle Section of the Grand Canal, in 1819; together with the Rise, Progress, and Existing State of Modern Agrieultural Societies on the Berkshire System, from 1807 to the Establishment of the Board of Agriculture in New York, January 10th, 1820. 8vo. . Albany, 1820. Men and Times of the Revolution; or, Memoirs of . . . including his Journals of Travels in Europe and America, from the year 1777 to 1842 . . . etc. Edited by his Son, Winflow C. Watfon. 8vo. N. Y., 1857. Watson, John F. Annals of Philadelphia;- being a Collection of Memoirs, Aneedotes and Incidents of the City and its Inhabitants, from the days of the Pilgrim Founders, etc.; to which is added an Appendix, containing Olden Time Researches and Reminiscences of New York City. 8vo. Phil., 1830.
Annals of Philadelphia arjd Pennsylvania in the Olden Time;
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Annals and Occurrences of New York City and State in the
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Watson, Richard, R^'op Llandaff. A Cursory Review of the Strictures on his Apology for the Bible. By a Citi2en of New York. i2mo».' N. Y., 1796.
Apology for the Bible. In a series of Letters, addressed to
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Address to the People of Great Britain. 8vo. Lond., 1798.
Sermon/before the Society for the Suppression of Vice, May 3 d,
1804; Avith a Plan of the Society. 8vo. Lond.
Substfance of a Speech intended to have been spoken in the House
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) Lond., 1803.
Watson, Rjobert. Lise of Lord George Gordon; with a Review of jitical Conduct. 8vo. Lond., 1795.
In. Blunt's Edition of a New and Correct Method for flung the Latitude, having Observed the Altitudes of the Sun, (n, or Stars, etc. 8vo.
Peter. The Theory and Practice of Joint-Stock Banking.
N. Y., 1836.
Jrobert, and David Downie. Trials for High Treason, at linburgh, 1794. 8vo. N. Y., 1794.
£rston, George. Glencarn; or, The Disappointments of Youth, vols. in 1. i2mo. Alex., 1810.
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