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Abbot, Abiel. Artillery Eleetion Sermon, Boston, June 7 th, 1812. 8vo. Boston, 18i2.

History of Andover, from its settlement to 1829. i2mo.

Andover, 1829.

Abbott, Henry. Catalogue of a colleetion of Egyptian Antiquities. 8vo., pp. 68. 'N. Y., 1853.

Abeel, David G. Inaugural Dissertation on Dysentery, submitted to
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Abeel, John N. Discourse before the New York Missionary Society,
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Abenaqui Springs, near Bellows Falls, Vermont [Statement concerning]. i6mo., pp. 16. N. Y., 1858. Abercrombie, James. Fast-Day Sermon, Philadelphia, May 9th, 1798.

Sermon on the Death of Alexander Hamilton. 8vo., pp. 53.

Charges to the Senior Class of the Philadelphia Academy, etc.,

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Same, July 31, 1816. 8vo. Phil., 1816.

. Sermon on the Liturgy of the Protestant Episcopal Church, before the Convention in Philadelphia, June 15, 1818. 8vo., pp.


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Abercrombie, John. The Harmony of Christian Faith and Christian Character; and the Culture and Discipline of the Mind. i2mo.

N. Y., 1839.

Abernethy, John. Christian and Heavenly Treatise, containing Physicke for the Soule; very necessary for all that would enjoy true foundnesse of Minde and Peace of Conscience. Third edition, 8vo.

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Abingdon, Earl Of. Thoughts on Burke's Letter to the Sheriffs of Bristol, on the affairs of America. 8vo., pp. 64. Oxford.

Two Letters, vi2., A Letter from Liberalis to oii the

Archbishop of York's Sermon, and Answer to Liberalis—Vera Icon, etc. By Mystagogus Candidus. 8vo., pp. 43. Lond.

Ablancourt (sieur D'), Envoy for the French King in Portugal. Memoirs. Translated from the French. 8vo. Lond., 1703.

Abolition Societies. Minutes of First Convention, 1794. 8vo., pp. 30. Phil., 1794.

Minutes of Second Convention, 1795. 8vo., pp. 32.

Phil., 1795.

Minutes of Fourth Convention, 1797. 8vo., pp. 59.

Phil., 1797.

Minutes of Fifth Convention, 1798. 8vo., pp. 20. Phil., 1798.

Minutes of Seventh Convention, 1801. 8vo.,pp. 55. Phil., 1801.

Minutes of Eighth Convention. 8vo. Phil., 1803.

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Minutes of Eleventh Convention, 1806. 8vo. Phil., 1806.

Minutes of Fifteenth Convention, 1818. 8vo. Phil., 1818.

Minutes of Seventeenth Convention, 1821. Phil., 1821.

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Constitution of the New Jersey, etc. 8vo., pp. 14.

Burlington, 1793.

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the gradual Abolition of Slavery. 8vo., pp. 29. Phil., 1788.

of Maryland, Constitution, etc. 8vo., pp. 8. Baltimore, 1789.

Abolition Of The Slave Trade. Abstraet of Evidence delivered before a Committee of the House of Commons, in 1790 and 1791, etc. Second edition. Bury.

Remarks upon a Plan for the Total Abolition of Slavery in the

United States. By a Citi2en of New York. N. Y.

Immediate, not Gradual; or, an Inquiry into the shortest, sasest,

and most effeetual means of getting rid of West Indian Slavery.

Lond., 1824; N. Y., 1825.

Abolitionism Expofed, Correeted. By a Physician, formerly resident of the South. With a Plan for Abolishing the American AntiSlavery Society, and its Auxiliaries. By a Tennessean. Phil. 1838.

Abraham, The Case of, commanded to offer up his son Isaac in sacrifice, sairly reasoned. 8vo., pp. 70. Lond., 1735.

Abrahams, N. C. L. (Prof.) Description des Manuscrits Francais du Moyen age de la Bibliotheque Royale de Copenhague, etc. 4W., planches. Copenhagen, 1844.

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Academy of Arts (N. Y.), Account of Statues, Busts, etc. in the Colleetion of the. i2mo., pp. 16. N. Y., 1803.

Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. Journal, Vol. 1., Nos. 1, *, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9. 8"o. Phil., 1817-18.

Acarete. See Acugna.

Academy Keeper, The; or, variety of useful Direetions concerning the

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Westminster, etc. 8vo. Lond., 1699. of a Journey to Niagara, Montreal and Quebec, in 1765; or,

"Tis Eighty Years Since!" 8vo. N. Y., 1846.

Accum, Frederick. A praetical Essay on the Analysis of Minerals, etc.

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Acosta, Joseph De. Historia Natural y Moral de las Indias, en que se

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Acrelius, Israel. Beskrifning om de Swenska Forsamlingars Forna och Narwarande tilstand uti det sa kallade Nya Swerige, sedan Nya Nederland, etc. 4to. Stockholm, 1759.

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Act for Incorporating the Society formed for the Relief of poor, aged and infirm Masters of Ships, their Widows and Children. 8vo., pp. 35. Phil., 1792.

Acton, S. Sermon at an Annual Assembly of an Association at Little Sardin, in the County of Stafford, June 3, 1718. 8vo., pp. 32.

Lond., 1719.

Actes or Unchaste Examples of the English Votaryes, gathered out of theyr own Legendes and Chronycles. [Dedicated to King Edward VI.] i2mo.

Acugna, Christopher. M. Acarete and MM. Grillet and Bechamel, Voyages and Discoveries in South America. 8vo. Lond., 1698.

Adair, James. The History of the American Indians, particularly thofe Nations adjoining the Mississippi, East and West Florida, Georgia, South and North Carolina, and Virginia, etc. 4to., map. Lond., 1775.

Adams, Mrs. [abigail]. Letters of, with Introductory Memoir, by her Grandson, Charles Francis Adams. Fourth edition, 8vo.

Boston, 1848.

Adams, Miss [abigail]. Journal and Correspondence. Edited by her Daughter [C. A. de Windt.] 2 vols. i2mo. N. Y., 1841-42.

Adams, Amos. Sermon al Roxbury, Oetober 25,1759, on the General Thanksgiving for the Reduetion of Quebec. 4to., pp. 29.

Boston, 1759.

Sermon on the Ordination of the Rev. Mr. John Wyeth, Gloucester, February 5, 1766. 8vo. Boston, 1766.

Sermon at Reading, October 25, 1769, at the Ordination of the

Rev. Caleb Prentice. 8vo., pp. 32. Boston, 1769.

Adams, Cornelius. Sermon on the Sabbath following his Ordination, Windham, December 8, 1805. 8vo., pp. 26. Windham, 1806.

Adams, C. B. See Vermont Geological Survey.

Adams, Charles Francis. Texas and the Massachusetts Resolutions. 8vo., pp. 54. Boston, 1844.

— Address before the Members of the Schools and the Citi2ens of Quincy, July 4, 1856. 8vo., pp. 36. Boston, 1856.

Adams, Daniel. Oration, sacred to the Memory of General George Washington, delivered at Leominster, February 22, 1800. 8vo., pp. 25. Leominster, 1800.

The Medical and Agricultural Register for the years 1806 and

1807. 8vo. Boston.

Adams, Hannah. Truth and Excellence of the Christian Religion, as exhibited, etc. 12mo. Boston, 1804.

— A Dictionary of all Religions and Religious Denominations, etc. Fourth edition, 8vo. N. Y. and Boston, 1817.

—— A Summary History of New England, from the sirst settlement

at Plymouth to the acceptance of the Federal Constitution, etc.

8vo. Dedham [1799].

Adams, John. History of the Dispute with America, from its origin

in 1754. Written in the year 1774. 8vo. Geschiedenis van het Geschi l tusschen Groote-Britannie en

Amerika, 2edert des2elfs vorsprong, in den jaare 1754, tot op den

tegenwoordigen tijd .... 8vo., portrait. Amsterdam, 1782. Essay on Canon and Feudal Law; with the Political Character

of the said John Adams. By an American. 8vo. Phil., 1783. Letters to Dr. Calkoen on American Affairs in 1780. 8vo., pp.

74. (Printed for private circulation.) Lond., 1786. A Defence of the Constitutions of Government of the United

States of America. 3 vols. 8vo. Lond., 1787-88. Adams, John. Twenty-six Letters upon interesting subjects respeeting

the Revolution of America, written in Holland in the year 1780.

i2mo. N. Y., 1789.

Answer to Paine's Rights of Man. i2mo. Lond., repub. 1793.

[First published in the Columbian Centinel, Boston.] and Samuel Adams, Four Letters between, on the subjeet of

Government. 8vo., pp. 32. Boston, 1802. Discourses on Davila, a scries of Papers on Political History,

written in the year 1790, and then published in the Ga2ette of the

United States. By an American Citi2en. 8vo. Boston, 1805. and Thomas Jesferson. A selection of Eulogies pronounced in

the several States in honor of. 8vo. Hartford, 1826.

See Novanglus, D'lvernois, Wood, John.

Correspondence of the late President Adams, originally published

in the Boston Patriot, in a scries of Letters. 8vo., pp. 572.

Boston, 1809-10.

— Correspondence between the Hon. John Adams, etc. and the late William Cunningham, Esq., beginning in 1803 and ending in 18i2. 8vo. Boston, 1823.

[See Jefferson's Memoirs, vol. iv. p. 389.] —— The Works of John Adams, second President of the United States, with a Life of the Author, Notes and Illustrations. By his Grandson, Charles Francis Adams. 10 vols. 8vo.

Boston, 1850-56.

Brief Considerations of the important services and distinguished

virtues and talents which recommend Mr. Adams for the Presidency of the United States. 12mo. Boston, 1796.

An Answer to Alexander Hamilton's Letter concerning the

public Conduet and Charaeter of By a Citi2en of New

York. 8vo. N. Y., 1800.

Adams, John. See Ulloa.

Adams, John Quincy. Address to the Members of the Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society, May 28, 1802. 8vo., pp. 25.

Boston, 1802.

Oration at Plymouth, December 22, 1802, at the Commemoration of the first Landing of our Ancestors at that place. 8vo., pp. 31. Boston, 1802.

Letter to the Hon. Harrison Gray Otis . . . with Remarks

upon Mr. Pickering's Letter to the Governor of the Commonwealth. 8vo. Boston, 1808.

• Same. 8vo. N. Y., 1808.

A Letter to the Hon., occasioned by his Letter to Mr. Otis.

By Alfred. 8vo. 1808.

— Remarks and Criticisms on the Hon., his Letter to the Hon. H. G. Otis. 8vo. Boston, 1808.

Leetures on Rhetoric and Oratory, delivered to the Classes of

Senior and Junior Sophisters in Harvard University. 2 vols. 8vo.

Cambridge, 1810.

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