Page images

Watts, J. The Knowledge of the Heavens and the Earth made Easy; or, The First Principles of Astronomy and Geography, etc. 8vo. Lond., 1726.

Watts, Isaac. Supplement to his Hymns. i2mo. Lond., 1784.

Memoirs of the Lives, Characters, and Writings of . . . and

Dr. Philip Doddridge. [Compiled by Jeremy Belknap.] 8vo.

Boston, 1793.

Way, Albert. Catalogue of Antiquities, Coins, Pictures, and Miscellaneous Curiosities in the Possession of the Society of Antiquaries of London, 1847. 8vo., pp. 56. Lond.

Wayland, Francis. The Elements of Political Economy. 12mo.

Boston, 1849.

Weale, George. Sermon for the Relief of the Insolvent Debtors in
Warwick Gaol, Rowington, November 20th, 1796. 8vo., pp. 23.


Weaver, Lieut. Answer to the Vindicatory Address and Appeal of, to the Publie, from the Opinion of Chancellor Sandford in the Case of Weaver against Whitney, Tibbits and Hoyt. 8vo., pp. »8. N. Y., 1824.

Weaver, Richard. A Fast Sermon, February 28th, 1794. 8vo., pp. 26. Chippenham.

Weaver, William A. Review of an Article in the North American Review, October, 1834, on the Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States, from 1783 to 1789, etc. Washington, 1835.

Webb, John. Funeral Sermon (William WaWron). 8vo.

\ Boston, 1727.

Discourse at the Ordination of a Deacon. 8\«, Boston, 1731.

Sermon occasioned by the Death of Rev. Peter Thacher. 8vo.,

pp. 36. Stc C.f^ Coo^lVr. Boston, 1739.

Webb, Eli2abeth. Letter from Eli2abeth Webb to ArWiony William
Boehm, with his Answer. i2mo., pp. 44. ""Phil., 1781.

Webber, C. W. A Letter to the Country and Whig Pai"y, with re-
gard to the conduct of "The American Whig Review. 8vo. TVii^ tjtf

Webber, Francis. Sermon at St. Mary's, in Oxford, at he Assi2es, before Justice Abncy, and before the University, July :9th, 1742. 8vo., pp. 38. Oxbrd, 1742.

Webster, Alexander. Divine Influence, the True Spring of the extraordinary Work at Cambuslang and other places in tlu West of Scotland. 8vo., pp. 41. [Rep.] Bostcn, 1743.

Webster, Daniel. Speech on the Army Bill, delivered in tie House of Representatives of the United States, 14th January, 1814. 8vo., pp. 13. Alexandria, 1814.

— Discourse delivered at Plymouth, December 22, 1820, « commemoration of the First Settlement of New England. Second Edition. 8vo. *,» ■£"$". Boston, 1821.

—— Speech upon the Tariff", delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, April, 1824. 8vo. Washington, 1 824.


Webster, Daniel. Speech in the House of Representatives of the United States, January 19th, 1823, on the Greek Revolution. 8vo. Washington, 1824.

Address delivered at the laying of the corner-stone of the Bunker

Hill Monument. 8vo. p/■4r>. Boston, 1825.

Discourse in commemoration of the Lives and Services of John

Adams and Thomas Jefferson, delivered in Fanueil Hall, Boston,
August 2, 1826. 8vo. jt>P6>. Boston, 1826.

Speech in reply to Mr. Hayne, of South Carolina, the Resolution of Mr. Foot, of Connecticut, relative to the Public Lands, being under consideration in the Senate of the United States, January 26th, 1830. 8vo. f>p ?fr Washington, 1830.

Speeches and Forensic Arguments. 3 vols., 8vo.

Boston, 1835-43.

Remarks on the Lise and Writings of. 8vo. py+i' Phil., 1831.

Legal Opinions of . . . the Hon. J. M. White and Edward

Livingston, LL. D., in relation to the Title of the Duke of Aragon.

8vo. N. Y., 1837. Speech delivered in Niblo's Saloon, in New York, on the 15 th

of March; 1837. 8vo. pp 3i- N. Y., 1837.

Second Speech on the Sub-Treasury Bill, March i2^,^838.

Correspondence between . . . and Lord Ashburton, on the

McLeod Case, on the Creole Case, on the subject of Impressment. Speeeh of ... at the Merchant's Meeting, in Wall Street, New

York, on Monday, September 28th, 1840. Reported in sull by

Arthur J. Stansbury. 8vo. N. Y'., 1840. Reception of ... at Boston, September 30th, 1842. With his

Speech. 8vo. Boston, 1842. Vindication of the Treaty of 1842, in a Speech delivered in the

Senate of the United States, 6th and 7th April, 1846. 8vo.

Washington, 1846.

The Works of ... 6 vols., 8vo. Boston, 1851.

[webster, E2ekiel.] A Desence of the National Administration, in an Address to the People of New Hampshire. By Cato. 8vo.

Concord, N. H., 1828.

Webster, James. Tracts concerning Anatomical Instruction in Philadelphia, 1832. 8vo. J.«J.

Webster, Noah, Jr. Dissertations on the English Language; with Notes, Historical and Critical, etc. 8vo. Boston, 1789.

A Collection of Essays and Fugitive Writings on Moral, Historical, Political and Literary subjects. 8vo. Boston, 1790.

A Collection of Papers on the subject of Bilious Fevers, prevalent in the United States for a sew years past. 8vo. N. Y., 1796.

Ten Letters to Dr. Joseph Priestley, in answer to his Letters to

the Inhabitants of Northumberland. 8vo. New Haven, 1800.

[ ] Address to the Citi2ens of Connecticut. 8vo., pp. 24. [1802.]

Miscellaneous Papers, on Political and Commercial Subjects.

8vo. N. Y., 1802.

Webster, Noah. Letter to Dr. David Ramsay, of Charleston, S. C, respecting the Errors in Johnson's Dictionary and other Lexicons. i2mo., pp. 28. New Haven, 1807.

A Philofophical and Practical Grammar of the English Language.

1 2mo. New Haven, 1807.

An American Dictionary of the English Language, etc., abridged

from the 4to. Edition. 15 th Edition. 8vo. N. Y., 1838.

A Dictionary of the English Language, abridged from the American Dictionary, etc. 19th Edition. i2mo. N. Y., 1843.

An American Dictionary Dictionary of the English Language . . .

Revised and Enlarged by Chaunecy A. Goodrich. 4to. Portrait.

Springfield, 1856.

Webster, Pelatiah. Political Essays on the Nature and Operation of Money, Public Finances, and other subjects. Published during the American War, and continued up to 1791. 8vo. Phil., 1791.

Webster, Samuel. Massachusetts Election Sermon, Boston, May 28th, 1777. 8vo. Boston, 1777.

Webster, W. The Nature of Justice and Moral Honesty, etc. Two Sermons. i6mo., pp. 32. Lond., 1754.

Webster, William. An Essay on Book-Keeping, according to the Italiyi Method of Debtor and Creditor, by Double Entry, etc. 8vo. Lond., 1759.

Weekly Inspector. See Thomas G. Fessenden.

Weekly Maga2ine, of Original Essays, Fugitive Pieces and Interesting Intelligence, with an Appendix of State Papers. Vols. I. II. III., (pp. 1-128). 8vo. PhiL, 1798.

Weems, M. L. A History of the Lise and Death, Virtues and Exploits, of General George Washington, etc. 8vo., pp. 84.

Phil. [1800].

Lise of George Washington. i2mo. Phil., 18i2.

Weever, John. Antient Funeral Monuments of Great Britain, Ireland, and the Islands adjacent with the Dissolved Monasteries therein contained, etc. Engravings. 4to. Lond., 1767.

Weiss, M. Charles. History of the French Protestant Resugees, from the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes to our own days. 2 vols., i2mo. N. Y., 1854.

Welby, Adlard. A Visit to North America and the English Settlements in Illinois; with a Winter Residence at Philadelphia, etc. 8vo. Lond., 1821.

Welch Heiress (the). A Comedy. Third Edition. 8vo., pp. 77.

Lond., 1796.

Weld, E2ra. Sermon at the Ordination of Rev. Samuel Niles, Abington, Sept. 25th, 1771. i2mo., pp. 48. Boston, 1772.

Sermon on Christian Union, Fast, Wrentham, May 22d, 1794.

8vo., pp. 30. Boston, 1794.

Weld, Isaae, Jr. Travels through the States of North America and the Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada, during the years 1795-96-97. Plates. 4W. Lond., 1799. Weller, Catherine. The Medley. i2mo, N. Y., 1810.

Wellington, Charles. Eulogy on General Washington, pronounced

at Hanover, N. H., January 29th, 1843. 8vo. Wells, David A. The Year Book of Agriculture; or, The Annual

of Agricultural Progress and Discovery, for 1855-6 . . . 8vo.

Phil., 1856.

Wells, John. Oration at New York, 4th July, 1798. 8vo. N. Y. Wells, J. I. An Essay on War, etc. 8vo. Hartford, 1808.

— Same, etc. i2mo., pp. 100. N. Y., 1812. Welsh Charity Schools. Welsh Piety; or, the Needful Charity of

Promoting the Salvation of the Poor; being an Account of the
Rise, Method and Progress of the . . . etc. 8vo., pp. 64.

Lond., 1740.

A Further Account of the Progress of the, etc. 8vo., pp. 29.

Lond., 1740.

Welsh Piety Continued; or, a Farther Account of, from August,

1740, to August, 1741. 8vo., pp. 107. Lond., 1742.

—— Same, from Michaelmas, 1744, to Michaelmas, 1745. 8vo., pp. 30.' Lond., 1746.

■ Same, from Michaelmas, 1745, to Michaelmas, 1746. 8vo., pp. 39. Lond., 1747.

Welsteed, William. Massachusetts Election Sermon, May 29th, 1751. 8vo. Boston.

Welton, Richard. The Non-Juror Unmasked; or, the Case of Dr. Richard Welton sairly Stated. 8vo. Lond., 1718.

Wendeborn, Fred. Aug. A View of England towards the Clofe of the 18th Century. Translated from the original German, by the Author. 2 vols., 8vo. Lond., 1791.

Wendover, P. H. • Oration, New York, July 4th, 1806. 8vo.

Wentworth, Elder William. Genealogical and Biographical Account of the Descendants of . . . 8vo. Boston, 1850.

Wesley, John. A Letter to ... in Vindication of the Doctrines of Absolute Election, Particular Redemption, etc. 8vo., pp. 88.

Lond., 1743.

A Collection of Forms of Prayer for every day in the week.

1 Ninth Edition. 12mo., pp. 24. Dublin, 1748.

Reasons against a Separation from the Church of England; with

Hymns, by C. Wesley. 8vo., pp. 22. Lond., 1760.

f ———] A Survey of the Wisdom of God in the Creation; 'dr, a Compendium of Natural Philofophy. 3 vols., i2mo. , .

Bristol, 1763-70.

— Sermon on the Death of Rev. George Whitcfield, November 18th, 1770. 8vo., pp. 32. Lond., 1770.

Same. 8vo., pp. 24. Boston, 1771.

A Vindication of the Rev. . . . His Last Minutes, etc. 12mo.,

pp. 98. Bristol, 1771.

—— A Calm Address to our American Colonies. 12mo. Lond.

Wesley, John. Presace to a Concise History of England, from the Earliest Times to the Death of George II. 8vo. Lond., 1775.

[ ] The Sunday Service of the Methodists in the United States

of America; with other occasional Services, i2mo.

Lond., 1790.

■ A Discourse on Sin in Believers. Fifth Edition. 12mo., pp. 23. Lond., 1791.

— A Letter to Rev. Thomas Coke, LL. D., and Mr. Henry Moore, on their Propofals for Publishing the Lise of ... in Opposition to that of Dr. Whitehead. 8vo., pp. 56. Lond., 1792.

— Remarkable Judgments . . . related in his Lise, etc. 12mo., pp. i2. Exeter, 179s.

—— An Extract of the Lise of Monsieur De Renty, a late Nobleman of France. Sixth Edition. i2mo., pp. 64. Lond., 1796.

West (the) Vindicated. A Review (in part) of the Address of Gen. James Tallmadge, before the American Institute, in 1841. By a Western New Yorker. 8vo. Buffalo, 1842.

West, Charles E. Hobart's Analysis of Bishop Butler's Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed, to the Constitution and Course of Nature. With Notes, etc. i2mo. 'N. Y., 1848.

—— An Address delivered before the Patrons and Pupils of the Bufsalo Female Academy, at the Dedication of Goodell Hall, on the 6th July, 1852. 8vo., pp. 42. Buffalo, 1852.

West, Samuel. Massachusetts Election Sermon, May 29th, 1776. 8vo. Boston.

—— Same, May 31st, 1786. 8vo. Boston.

Essays on Liberty and Necessity, etc. 8vo., pp. 54.

Boston, 1793.

^— Same, in which the True Nature of Liberty is Stated and Desended, etc. In Two Parts. Part Second. i 2mo., pp. 96.

New Bedford, 1795.

— Artillery Election Sermon, June 2d, 1794. 8vo. Boston. Sermon occasioned by the Death of George Washington, etc.

8vo. Boston. West, Stephen. Sermon at the Ordination of the Rev. Amasa Jerome,

New Hartford, August 18th, 1802. 8vo. Hartford, 1802. —— Discourse on the Duty of Praying for Ministers, December 12th,

1802. 8vo., pp. 21. Stockbridge, 1803.

West, William. Claim to the Episeopate. [From the Protestant

Episcopalian for March, 1831.] 8vo. West-chester County. An Address to the well-disposed, reflecting

and unprejudiced Freeholders of . . . recommending the support

of Stephen Van Renssalaer as Governor, and of James Watson as

Lieutenant-Governor, etc. 8vo. N. Y., 1801.

Remarks on a Petition from certain Inhabitants of the County of West Chester to the Legislature, praying for the Repeal of the Act for Improving the Agriculture of the State. By a WestChester Man. 8vo.

« PreviousContinue »