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Davis, Paris M. An Official and Full Detail of the Great Battle of New Orleans, which Closed the late War with Great Britain and her Dependencies. i2mo. N.Y., 1836.
Davis, WtLLiAM J. The Old Bridewell. See Dawson.
Dawes, Thomas, Jr. Oration, July 4, 1787, at Boston. 8vo., pp. 22.
Dawson, Henry B. Reminiscences of the Park and its Vicinity. [Contains (pp. 58-64), The Old Bridewell, by William J. Davis.] i2mo., pp. 64. N. Y., 1855.
Day, Sherman. Historical Collections of the State of Pennsylvania. 8vo. Phil. [1843.]
Day, Thomas. Reflections upon the Present State of England and the Independence of America. Fifth edition. 8vo. Lond., 1783.
The Letter of Marius; or, Reflections upon the Peace, the East
India Bill, and the Present Crisis. Third edition. 8vo.
Dialogue between a Justice of the Peace and a Farmer. Third
edition. 8vo. Lond., 1786.
Fragment of an Original Letter on the Slavery of the Negroes,
written in the year 1776. 8vo. Lond., 1784.
and John Bicknell. The Dying Negro: a Poem. With a
Fragment of a Letter on the Slavery of Negroes, by Thomas Day. 8vo. Lond., 1793.
Day, Thomas. A Concise Historical Account of the Judiciary of Connecticut. 8vo. Hartford, 1817.
Historical Discourse before the Connecticut Historical Society,
Twenty-sixth December, 1843.* 8vo. Hartford, 1844.
Daye, James. Sermon at the Provincial Meeting of the Lancashire Ministers, at Manchester, May 8, 1744. 8vo., pp. 40.
Dayton, Aaron O. Address delivered before the American Whig and Cliosophic Societies of the College of New Jersey, September 24, 1839. 8vo. Princeton, 1839.
Dayton, Jonathan. Public Speculation Unsolded: in Sixteen Letters, addressed to F. Childs and J. H. Lawrence. 8vo. N. Y., 1800.
Deaf And Dumb. Reports of the New York Institution for the Instruction of the Deas and Dumb. 8vo. [Various years.]
Dean, Amos. An Attempt to present the Claims of Long Lake to the Consideration of all those who are in Search of Good Land at a Low Price. 8vo. Albany, 1846.
Dean, James. An Alphabetical Atlas or Ga2etteer of Vermont, etc. 8vo. Montpclier, 1808.
Deane, E. Oration (Poetical) pronounced at Tivertown, July 4, 1804. 8vo. Dedham, 1804.
Deane, Samuel. Oration, 4th July, 1793, Portland. 4W. Portland, 1793.
A Sermon preached before His Honor Samuel Adams, Esq.,
Licut.-Governor, the Hon. the Council, Senate, and House of
1794; being the Day of General Election. 8vo., pp. 31.
Deane, Samuel. Funeral Discourse, delivered at Portland, May 31, 1795 (Thomas Smith). 8vo. Portland, 1795.
The New England Farmer; or, Georgical Dictionary, etc. 8vo.
Second edition. Worcester, Mass., 1797.
Deane, Samuel. History of Scituate, Massachusetts, from its First Settlement to 18 31. 8vo. Boston, 18 31.
Deane, Silas. An Address to the Free and Independent Citi2ens of the United States of North America. 8vo. Hartford, 1784.
Papers in relation to the Case of. 8vo. Phil., 1855.
Deane, William Reed. Brief Memoirs of John and Walter Deane, two os the First Settlers of Taunton, Massachusetts . . . 8vo., pp. 16. Boston, 1849.
Dearborn, Benjamin. A Lenient System for Adjusting Demands and Collecting Debts, without Imprisonment, etc. 8vo. Boston, 1827.
Dearborn, Henry A. S. An Address delivered before the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, on the Celebration of their First Anniversary, September 19, 1829. 8vo. Boston, 1829.
Sketch of the Life of the Apostle Eliot, etc. 8vo. Roxbury, 1850.
[deas, Anne I2ard.] Correspondence of Ralph I2ard, of South Carolina, from the year 1774 to 1804; with a Short Memoir. Portrait. Vol. I. i2mo. N. Y., 1844.
Debates in the Asiatic Assembly. 8vo. Lond., 1767.
Complete and Accurate Account of the, in the House of Commons, on Tuesisay, July 9, 1782, on Fox's Resignation and American Independence. Second edition. 8vo., pp. 61. Lond., 1781.
in Parliament on the Articles of Peace, on Monday and Friday,
17th and 21st of February, 1783. A Full and Faithsul Report. 8vo. Lond.
Full and Faithsul Report of the Debates in both Houses of Parliament, on the Articles of Peace, etc., February 17, 21, 1783. 8vo., pp. 72, 116. Lond.
De Bow, J. D. B. Statistical View of the United States . . . Being a Compendium of the Seventh Census. 8vo. Washington, 1854.
Mortality Statisties of the Seventh Census of the United States,
1850 . . . House of Reps. Ex. Doc. No. 98; 33d Congress, 2d Session. 8vo. Washington, 1855.
De Bry's America. [Edition published at Frankfort-on-the-Main, in 1617; containing the American Voyages. With 137 plates. Folio. Printed in German.]
Debt. An Article on the Debt of the States, from the New York American Review for January, 1844. 8vo. N. Y., 1844.
Debtor and Creditor's (The) Vade Mecum: a Commentary on the Insolvent Laws of New York. i8mo. N. Y., 1810.
De Calonne, C. A. Letter to the Author of Considerations upon the State of Public Affairs at the Commencement of 1798. From the French. 8vo., pp. 36. Lond., 1798.
Decatur, Stephen, and James Barron. Correspondence between the late Commodore . . . which led to the uufortunate Meeting of the 2zd of March. 8vo. Washington, 1820.
De Courcy, Henry. The Catholic Church in the United States: a Sketch of its Ecclesiastical History. Translated and arranged by John Gilmary Shea . . . i2mo. N. Y., 1856.
Decree (the) in the Case of Palmers and others, Complainants against Jacobus Van Cortland and Adolph Philipse, Defendants in Cancellaria Nova Eborac. Appendix to the Decree, etc. Observations on the Answer in general. Observations on the Clamours. Folio, pp. 58. [This Pamphlet has no title-page, but seems to be the publication of the Complainants in the above suit. It has at the end two Letters, "To the Honble. Adolph Philipse, Esq."]
Dedication to a Great Man, concerning Dedications, etc. Seventh edition; with a Presace. 8vo., pp. 32. Lond., 1719.
Defence of the Enquiry into the Reasons of the Conduct of Great Britain, etc. 8vo., pp. 40. Lond., 1729.
of the People; or, Full Consutation of the Pretended Facts advanced in a late Huge, Angry Pamphlet, called Faction Detected, etc. 8vo., pp. 150. Lond., 1744.
Defensor. The Enemies of the Constitution discovered; or, an Inquiry into the Origin and Tendency of Popular Violence. Containing a complete and circumstantial Account of the Unlawsul Proceedings at the City of Utica, October 21, 1835, etc. 8vo. Utica, 1835.
Deffand, Madame Du. Unpublished Correspondence . . . Translated from the French. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond., 1810.
Letters to Horace Walpole, from 1766 to 1780. With Letters
of Madame du Defend to Voltaire, from 1759 to 1775. 4 vols. i2mo. Lond., 1810.
De Grasse, Comte. Complete Notice Biographique sur l'Amiral Comte de Grasse. 8vo. Paris, 1840.
Degray, Michael. A Short Inquiry illucidating the Principal Cause that Disturbs the Tranquillity of a Republican Government. 12mo.
Dehon, Theodore. Discourse on the Death of General Washington, Newport. 8vo., pp. 19. Newport, 1800.
Discourse delivered in Trinity Church, in Newport, 27th November, 1805: Thanksgiving Day. 4to. Newport, 1806.
Dekar, Henry. New Description of the Universe. 4to., pp. 35.
Delacoste. Catalogue of the Natural Productions and Curiosities which compofe the Collections of the Cabinet of Natural History opened for Public Exhibition at No. 38 William Street, New York. 8vo. N. Y., 1804.
De La Croix, (M.) A Review of the Constitutions of the principal States of Europe, and of the United States of America. Translated from the French [by Eli2a RyvesJ. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond., 1792.
Delafield, Edward. An Inaugural Dissertation on Pulmonary Consumption. 8vo. N. Y., 1816.
Delafield, John, Jr. An Inquiry into the Origin of the Antiquities of America. With Appendix, containing Notes, and a "View of the Causes of the Superiority of the Men of the Northern over thofe of the Southern Hemisphere," by James Lakey, M. D. 4to.
N. Y., 1839.
Delambre, (M.) Rapport Historique sur les Progres des Sciences Mathematiques depuis 1789, etc. <j1o. Paris, 1810.
De La Motta, Jacob. Discourse delivered at the Consecration of the Synagogue of the Hebrew Congregation, Mikva Israel, in the City of Savannah, Ga., 21 st July, 1820. i2mo. Savannah, 1820.
Delanne, William. Sermon before the Lord Mayor and Aldermen, London, February 22, 1712-13. Fourth edition. 8vo.
Delany, Patrick. Five Sermons (on various subjects); being a Supplement to Fifteen Sermons on Social Duties. 8vo., pp. 114.
De La Pillonniere, Francis. An Answer to the Rev. Dr. Snape's Accusation, Containing an Account of his Behaviour among the Jesuits. With Presace, by the Lord Bishop of Bangor. Second edition. 8vo. Lond., .
Delaplaine, Joseph. Repofitory of the Lives and Portraits of Distinguished American Characters. Vols. I. II. (Part I.) 4to.
Delaware, Laws of the State of. Adams's Edition, 1700-97. 2 vols., 8vo. New Castle, 1797.
Same. 1798-1826. 4 vols., 8vo. Wilmington and Dover.
Della-Torre, Jean-marie. Histoire et Phenomenes du Vesuve. Traduction de l'ltalien, par M. I'Abbe Peton. • i2mo. Paris, 1760.
Db Lolme, J. L. The Constitution of England; or, an Account of the English Government, etc. 8vo. Lond., 1807.
Del Rio, D. Guillermo. Monumentos Literarios del Peru. 4to.
Democracy: an Epic Poem. By Aquiline Nimblechops, Democrat. Canto First. 8vo., pp. 20. N. Y.
—— The Crimes of. 8vo. Lond., 1798.
Democratiad, The. A Poem: in Retaliation for the "Philadelphia Jockey Club." 8vo. Phil., 1795.
De Mosquera, T.. C. Memoir on the Physical and Political Geography of New Granada, . . . etc. Translated from the Spanish by Theodore Dwight. 8vo., pp. 105. N.Y., 1853.
Demosthenes, Orations of; Pronounced to Excite the Athenians against Philip, King of Macedon. Translated by Thomas Leland. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond., 1802.
Dencke, C. F. The Three Epistles of the Apostle John ... 18mo.
Dendy, Walter Cooper. The Philofophy of Mystery. 12mo.
Denham, Joseph. Exhortation at the Ordination of Rev. Mr. Pope and Mr. John Whittel, at Leather Lane, Hatton Garden. 8vo., pp. 44. . Lond., 1746.
Denholm, James. Historical Account and Topographical Description of the City of Glasgow. Engravings. i2mo. Glasgow, 1797.
Denmark. An Account of ... as it was in the Year 1692. 8vo.
Same. Fourth edition. 8vo. Lond., 1738.
Collection of Danish Laws. 5 vols., 8vo. [Copenhagen, 1792].
Denne, John. Sermon preached before the Incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gofpel in Foreign Parts, February 19, 1730. 8vo. Lond., 1731.
Denon, Dominique Vivant. Travels Through Sicily and Malta, etc. i2mo. Perth, 1790.
Travels in Lower and Upper Egypt during the Campaigns of
General Bonaparte. Vol. I. 4to. Lond., 1804.
Voyages dans la Basic et La Haute Egypte, pendant les Cam
pagnes de Bonaparte in 1798 et 1799. 4to. Lond., 1817.
Denton, Daniel. A Brief Description of New York, etc. London, 1670. Rep. by the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Edited by John Pennington, M. H. S. P. 8vo. Phil., 1845.
Gowan's Bibliotheca Americana I. A Brief Description of New
"York, etc. Introduction and Notes, by Gabriel Furman. Extra folio. N.Y., 1845.
D'epagny Et Dupin, M. M. Dominique, ou La Possede, Comedie en Trois Actes et en Profe, etc. 8vo. Paris, 18 31.
De Peyster, J. Watts. Reports on the Organi2ations of the National Guards and Municipal Military Systems of Europe—the Artillery and Arms best adapted to the State Service—the English and Swift Militia Systems—the French, Swift, Russian, and other Foreign Organi2ations, for aid against Fire, and Military Iuformation generally necessary to the Re-organi2ation of the Military Forces. Written, translated and compiled ... in 1851-2-3. Bound in l vol. 8vo.
The Eclaireur: a Military Journal, devoted to the Interests of
the Military Forces of the State of New York, and the Official Military Circular of the Ninth Brigade N. Y. S. M. F. Vols. II., III. 8vo. Poughkeepsie, 1854-7.
The History of the Life of Leonard Torstenson . . . etc. 8vo.
The Dutch at the North Pole and the Dutch in Maine: a Paper
read before the New York Historical Society, 3d March, 1857. 8vo., pp. 80. N. Y., 1857.
Depons, F. Travels in South America in 1801-4, containing a Description of Caraccas, etc. From the French. 2 vols., 8vo.
A Voyage to the Eastern Part of Terra Firma, or the Spanifli
Main in South America, during the Years 1801-4. Translated by an American Gentleman. 3 vols., 8vo. N. Y., 1806.