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[freeman, James.] Remarks on the American Universal Geography. 8vo. Boston, 1793.
The Character of the Rev. John Eliot, D. D., who died February
14, 1813. 8vo. Boston, 1813.
Freeman, Mylo. A Word in Season to all True Lovers of their Liberty and their Country, etc. 8vo. Boston, 1748.
Freeman, Nathaniel. A Charge to the Grand Jury, at the Court of General Sessions of the Peace, holden at Barnstable, March Term, 1802. Boston, 1802.
Freeman, Peyton Randolph. Oration at Portsmouth, N. H., July 4, 1810. 8vo. Portsmouth, 1810.
A Resutation of sundry Aspersions in the " Vindication " of the
present Trustees of Dartmouth College, on the Memory of their Predecessors. 8vo., pp. 32. Portsmouth, 1816.
Freeman, Samuel. The Massachusetts Justice; being a Collection of the Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, relative to the Power and Duty of Justices of the Peace, etc. Second edition., 8vo. Boston, 1802.
Extracts from the Journals kept by the Rev. Thomas Smith, late
Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Falmouth, etc., from 1720 to 1788. With an Appendix, etc. i2mo. Portland, 1821.
Freeman's Address to the North Americans; proving that their present Embarrassments are owing to their Federal Union, their Sovereign States, their Constitution, and their Statesmen; and containing some Propositions for Relief. 8vo.
Freemasonry: its Pretensions Expofed, in Extracts of its Standard Authors, etc. 8vo. N. Y., 1828.
A Collection of Letters on, in Chronological Order. 8vo.
Freemasons' Constitution of the General Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the Northern States of America. 8vo., pp. 19. Albany, 1799. Freemasons' Maga2ine (The), and General Miscellany. Vol. I. 8vo.
Free Parliaments; or, a Vindication of the Parliamentary Constitution of England, etc. 8vo., pp. 78. Lond., 1783.
Free School Society of New York. Account of. 8vo., pp. 70.
N. Y., 1814.
Nineteenth Annual Report of the Trustees of the. With an
Appendix. 8vo., pp. 68.- N. Y., 1824. Report of a Committee of the Trustees of the, on the Distribution
of the Common School Fund. 8vo., pp. 16. N. Y., 1825.
Report of the Committee on the State of the. 8vo., pp. 8.
Free Soil Convention at Buffalo, 1848. Dyer's Phonographic Report
of Proceedings at. 8vo. Buffalo, 1848.
Free Thoughts on the Proceedings of the Continental Congress held at
Philadelphia, September 5, 1774. By a Farmer. 8vo.
N. Y., 1774.
Free Trade and Finance. A Second Essay on, humbly offered to the Consideration of the Public. By a Citi2en of Philadelphia. 8vo., pp. 20. Phil., 1779.
Free Trade and Finance. A Seventh Essay on. By a Citi2en of Philadelphia. 8vo. 'Phil., 1785.
A Seventh Essay on Free Trade and Finance. By a Citi2en of
Freke, John. Prices of the several Stocks, etc.; with the Course of Exchange, from March 26, 1714, to March 25, 1715. 8vo.
Frelinghuysen, Frederick. Oration on the Death of General Washington, New Brunswick, 22d February, 1800. 8vo., pp. 23.
New Brunswick, 1800.
Frelinghuysen, Theodore. An Address delivered before the Newark Bible Society, June, 1818, being its Fourth Anniversary Meeting, etc. 8vo., pp. 16. Newark, 1818.
An Address delivered before the Philoclean and Peithessophian
Societies, of Rutgers College. 8vo., pp. 24.
New Brunswick, N. J., 1831.
Fremont, John Charles. Report on an Exploration of the Country lying between the Mississippi River and the Rocky Mountains, on the Kansas and Great Platte Rivers. 8vo. Washington, 1843.
Report of the Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains in
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Proceedings of the Court Martial in the trial of. 8vo.
— Geographical Memoir upon Upper California, in Illustration of
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Leeward Islands, etc. 8vo. Lond., 1719.
French, Jonathan. Discourse against Extortion, from E2ckiel xxii. 12,
Andover, January 1, 1777. 8vo., pp. 38. Boston, 1777. Sermon at the Ordination of Rev. Abiel Abbot, Haverhill,
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French, Jonathan. Thanksgiving Discourse, delivered at Andover. December 1, 1803. 8vo. Newburyport, 1807.
Fast Sermon, delivered on the 20th of August, 1812, Northampton, New Hampshire. 8vo., pp. 28. Exeter.
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— Sermon on the Rev. Federal Burt, Pastor of Congregational Church in Durham, New Hampshire, who died February 9, 1828. 8vo. Portsmouth, 1828.
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French Claims. View of the Claims of American Citi2ens, which were (reserved against the French Republic by the Convention of 30th September, 1800, and which were asterwards) assumed by the United States- in the Louisiana Convention of 30th of April, 1803. By a Citi2en of Baltimore. 8vo. Baltimore, 1829.
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French Influence. History of, in the United States; to which is added an Expofition of a Congressional Caucus. 8vo. Phil., 1812.
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A Plan of Constitution for the French Republic. French and
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An Impartial Review of the Causes and Principles of the French
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