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Gray, Robert. Sermon at the Ordination of the Rev. Daniel Stone,

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New Hampshire Election Sermon, Hopkinton, June, 1798. 8vo.

Dover, 1798.

Gray, Thomas. Discourse before the Humane Society of Massachusetts, June l1, 1805. 8vo., pp. 46. Boston, 1805.

Sermon on the Religious Opinions of the Present Day, delivered

on September 23, 1821, Jamaica Plain, Roxbury. 12mo., pp. 48.

Boston, 1822.

Gray, William Farley. Letter to his Excellency William H. Seward, Governor of the State of New York, touching a Controversy with the Governor of Virginia respecting the Surrender of certain Fugitives from Justice from that State, charged with the Stealing of Slaves. 8vo., pp. 100. N. Y., 1841.

[graydon, Alexander.] Memoirs of a Life chiefly passed in Pennsylvania within the last Sixty Years. With Occasional Remarks upon the General Occurrences, Character and Spirit of that Eventsul Period. i2mo. Harrisburgh, 1811.

[ ] Same. Edited by John Galt. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1822.

— Memoirs of his own Time, with Reminiscences of Men and Events of the Revolution. Edited by John S. Littell. 8vo.

Phil., 1846.

Great Britain. The Present State of, and Ireland. Second edition.

8vo. Lond., 1711.

Same. Eighth edition. Lond., 1738.

The Political State of, Vol. VIII. 8vo. Lond., 1714.

The Military Glory of . . .an Entertainment at Commencement

in Nassau Hall, New Jersey, September 29, 1762. 410., pp. 15.

Phil., 1762.

An Application of some General Political Rules to the Present

State of . . . Ireland and America, in a Letter to the Right Hon.
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The Late Occurrences in North America, and Policy of Great

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The Present State of . . . and North America, etc. 8vo.

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The Rights of, Asserted against the Claims of America, being an

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An Impartial History of. . . Civil and Political, during the Last

Two Years, from the Commencement of the Year 1779 to the
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Great Britain. A Short Review of the Political State of, at the Co mencement of the Year 1787. Fourth edition. 8vo., pp. 70.

Lond., 1787.

A Brief Examination into the Increase of the Revenue, Commeree

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The Political Progress of, etc. Part 1. Second edition. 8vo.

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Origin and Progress of the Present Difficulties between the United

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Greek Frigates. Report of the Evidenee and Reasons of the Award between Johannis Orlandos and Andreas Luriottis of the one part, and Le Roy, Bayard and Co. and G. G. and S. Howland of the other part. By the Arbitrators. 8vo., pp. 72. N. Y., 1826.

Greeley, Horace. A History of the Struggle for Slavery Extension or Restriction in the United States, from the Declaration of Independence to the Present Day . . . etc. 8vo., pp. 164.

N. Y., 1856.

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Address at the Interment of Robert Ralston, Esq., August 13,

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[green, J.] A Journey from Aleppo to Damascus, with a Description of thofe two Capital Cities and the Neighboring Parts of Syria. Map. 8vo. Lond., 1736.

Green, Jacob. Enquiry into the Constitution and Discipline of the Jewish Church, etc. With an Appendix. 8vo., pp. 74.

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Green, Jacob. An Address on the Botany of the United States, delivered before the Society for the Promotion of Usesul Arts . . . To which is added a Catalogue of Plants Indigenous to the State of New York. 8vo., pp. 76. Albany, 1814.

Green, Samuel. Sermon preached at the Dedication of the Trinitarian Church, in Concord, Mass., December 6, 1826. 8vo., pp. 34.

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Green, Thomas J. Journal of the Texian Expedition against Mier; subsequent Imprisonment of the Author; his Susferings, and final Escape from the Castle of Perote. With Reflections upon the present Political and probable suture Relations of Texas, Mexico, and the United States, etc. 8vo. N. Y., 1845.

Green, Valentine. A Review of the Polite Arts in France, at the time of their Establishment under Louis XIV., compared with their Present State in England, etc. 4to., pp. 78. Lond., 1782.

Greene, Benjamin. Eulogy on George Washington, pronounced at Berwick, January 4, 1800. 8vo., pp. 16. Portsmouth, 1800.

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Greene, George Washington. Discourse delivered before the Rhode Island Historical Society, February 4, 1849. 8vo., pp. 22.

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Historical Studies. i2mo. N. Y., 1850.

Greene, John P. Facts rclative'to the Expulsion of the Mormons, or Latter-Day Saints, from the State of Missouri, under the "Exterminating Order." 8vo., pp. 43. Cincinnati, 1839.

Greenhow, Robert. The Tricolor; devoted to the Polities, Literature, etc. of Continental Europe. Nos. I.-IV., inclusive. 8vo.

N.Y., 1830.

The History and Present Condition of Tripoli; with some Accounts of the other Barbary States. 8vo. Richmond, 1835.

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History of Oregon and California, and the other Territories on

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The same. Second edition, revised and enlarged. 8vo.

Boston, 1845.

Answer to the Strictures of Mr. Thomas Faleoner, on the History

of Oregon and California. 8vo. Washington, 1845.

—— Mr. Faleoner's Reply to Mr. Greenhow's Answer; with Mr.

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Greenleaf, Jonathan. Sketches of the Ecclesiastical History of the

State of Maine, from the Earliest Settlement to the Present Time.

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Greenleaf, Moses. A Statistical View of the District of Maine, more

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Greenleaf, Simon. Discourse pronounced at the Inauguration of the

Author, as Royall Professor of Law in Harvard University, August

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Greenwich. Concise Description of the Royal Hofpital at Greenwich,

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A History of King's Chapel, in Boston, the First Episcopal

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Gregg, Josiah. Commerce of the Prairies; or, the Journal of a Santa Fe Trader, during Eight Expeditions acrofs the Great Western Prairies, and a Residence of nearly Nine Years in Northern Mexico. Maps and engravings. 2 vols. i2mo. N. Y., 1844.

Gregoire, M. L'abbe Henri. Histoire des Sectes Religicuses, etc. Tomes 2. 8vo. Paris, 1810.

La Meme. Nouvelle edition, corrigee et considerablement aug

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Enquiry concerning the Intellectual and Moral Faculties, and

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Brooklyn, 1810.

Dc la Domesticite che2 les Peuples Anciens et Modernes. 8vo.

Paris, 1814.

Manuel de Piete, a l'usage des Hommes de Couleur et des Noirs

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Same. Avec six gravures, etc. i2mo. Paris, 1822.

Gregory, Charles William. Public Opinion and Record of Educated, Titled, and Talented Perpetrators of Crime and Injustice, etc. . . . 8vo. Lond., 1856.

Gregory, G. A Dictionary of Arts and Sciences. 3 vols. 4W. First American edition. Phil., 1815-16.

Gregory, Olinthus. Letters to a Friend, on the Evidences, Doctrines, and Duties of the Christian Religion. 12mo.

Grenville, Lord. Speech in the Rouse of Peers, on the Duke of Bedford's Motion for the Dismissal of the Ministers, March 22, 1798. 8vo., pp. j 1. Lond., 1798.

Grew, Nehemiah. Musaeum Regalis Societatis; or, a Catalogue and Description of the Rarities preserved at Gresham College; with the Comparative Anatomy of Stomacks and Guts. Folio.

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Cofmologia Sacra; or, a Discourse of the Universe, as it is the

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Gridley, John. History of Montpelier: a Discourse delivered Thanksgiving Day, December 8, 1842, at Vermont. 8vo.

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Grievous, Peter, Jr. A Congratulatory Epistle to the redoubtable "Peter Porcupine," on his "complete Triumph over the once towering, but fallen and despicable Faction in the United States:" a Poem. To which is annexed, The Vision: a Dialogue between Marat and Peter Porcupine, in the Insernal Regions. 8vo.

Phil., 1796.

Griffin, Edward Dorr. The Kingdom of Christ: a Missionary Sermon, Philadelphia, May 23, 1805. 8vo., pp. 30. Phil., 1805.

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Farewell Sermon, preached May 28, 1809, at Newark, N. J.

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Sermon, August 11, 1811, for the Benefit of the Portsmouth

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A Series of Lectures delivered in Park Street Church, Boston, on

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Sermon, October 20, 1813, at Sandwich, Mass., at the Dedication of the New Meeting House of the Calvinistic Congregational Society. . 8vo. Boston, 1813.

Living to God: a Sermon, June 16, 1816, at the Brick Presbyterian Church in New York. 8vo., pp. 22. N. Y., 1816.

— A Plea for Africa: a Sermon, October '26, 1817, before the Synod of New York and New Jersey. 8vo., pp. 76.

N. Y., 1817.

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A Sermon preached September 2, 1828, at the Dedication of

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Convention Sermon, preached May 29, 1828. 8vo., pp. 24.

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Remarks on Dr. Grissin's Requisition for Seventy Thousand

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Griffith, John. Some Brief Remarks upon Sundry Important Subjects, etc.; principally addressed to the People called Quakers. 8vo., pp. 100. Lond., 1765.

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[ ] Eumenes; being a Collection of Papers written for the purpofe

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Oration at Burlington, N. J., in commemoration of General

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