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Maximes Politiques a l'usage de la Democratic Nouvelle. 1 2mo.

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Allston, R. F. W. Address delivered at Columbia, S. C., before the State Agricultural Society, 25 th November, 1847. 8vo.

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Allyn, John. Massachusetts Election Sermon, May 29, 1805. 8vo.


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[almon, J.J A New and Impartial Collection of entertaining Letters from the Public Papers, etc. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond., 1767.

Alsop, Richard. A Poem; sacred to the Memory of George Washington. 8vo., pp. 23. Hartford, 1800.

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Ambrose, Isaac. Christ in the Clouds, coming to Judgment; or, the Dissolution of all Things. 8vo., pp. 15. Boston.

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Lancet. Report of the Trial for Libel in the "American Lancet," New York, January 28, 1831.

Letter from an, now resident in London, to a Member of

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