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[stevens, John.] A New Collection of Voyages and Travels into Several Parts of the World, none of them ever before printed in English, etc. 2 vols., 4to. Lond., 1711.
Published in Numbers, 1708-10, containing:—
1. The Description, etc., of the Molucca and Phillipine Islands, by L. de Argensola.
2. A New Account of Carolina, by Mr. Lawfon.
3. The Travels of P. de Cie2a in Peru.
4. The Travels of the Jesuits in Ethiopia.
5. The Captivity of the Sicur Mouette in Fe2 and Morocco.
6. The Travels of P. Tetxeira from India to the Low Countries by Land.
7. A Voyage to Madagascar, by the Sieur Cauche.
The History of Persia. 8vo. Lond., 1715.
Stevens, John. Transactions of the Medical Society of the State of New York, for 1820; together with the Annual Address. 8vo.
Stevens, Samuel. See Elliott.
Stevens, Simon. A Journal of Lieut. Simon Stevens, from the rime of his being taken near Fort Henry, June 15th, 1758. With an Account of his Escape from Quebee, and his arrival at Louisbourg, June 6th, 1759. 8vo. Boston, 1760.
Stevens, William Bacon. Thanksgiving Sermon at Athens, Ga., February 13th, 1845. 8vo. Athens, 1845.
Stevenson, Andrew. Speech on the Amendment of the Constitution of the United States in the House of Representatives of the United States, March 2d and 6th, 1826. 8vo.
Stevenson, Archibald. Sermon before the Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge, etc., June 5th, 1772. 8vo., pp. 56. Edinburgh, 1772.
Stevenson, Robert. Sermon, 23d April, 1799, at Dunmow, in Essex, before the Congregational Union, etc. 8vo., pp. 23.
Steward, James. History of the Discovery of America, of the Landing of our Foresathers at Plymouth, and of their most remarkable Engagements with the Indians in New England, etc. To which is annexed the Defeat of Generals Braddock, Harmer and St Clair, by the Indians, at the Westward. 8vo. Brooklyn, L. I.
Stewart, Alexander. Elements of Gaelic Grammar. 8vo.
Stewart, Dugald. Dissertation on the Progress of Metaphysical, Ethical and Political Philofophy, since the Revival of Letters in Europe. 8vo. Boston, 1817.
Stewart, James. The Trial of George Frederick Boulden, for Murder.
Nova Scotia, 4th May, 1791. 8vo. Halisax, 1791.
Stewart, James. A Practical Treatise on the Diseases of Children.
Second Edition. 8vo. N. Y., 1844. Stewart, John. An Account of Prince Edward Island, in the Gulf
of St. Lawrence, North America. 8vo. Lond., 1806.
Stewart, Robert. Reply to the Answer of James Frascr, Esq. 8vo.,
pp. 116. 1787. Stiles, Ezra. Connecticut Election Sermon, Hartford, May 8th,
1783. 8vo. New Haven, 1783. The United States Elevated to Glory and Honor. An Election
Sermon, at Hartford, Conn., May 8th, 1783. Second Edition.
i2mo. Worcester, 1785.
—— and Samuel Hopkins. Address to the Public on the Mission to
Guinea. 8vo., pp. 8. . History of Three of the Judges of Charles I., vi2.: Whalley,
Goffe, Dixwell; with an Account of Theophilus Whale, of Nar
ragansett. i2mo. Hartford, 1794.
Stillman, Samuel. Artillery Election Sermon, June 4th, 1770. 8vo.
Massachusetts Election Sermon, May 26th, 1779. 8vo. Boston.
Sermon occasioned by the Death of George Washington. 8vo.
. ■ Sermon at the Instalment of the Rev. Thomas Waterman, Charlestown, October 7th, 1802. 8vo. Boston, 1802.
Stith, William. The History of the First Discovery and Settlement of Virginia; being an Essay towards a General History of this Colony. 8vo. Williamsburg, 1747.
Stockdale, John. Four Letters on the subject of Mr. Stockdale's Trial for a suppofed Libel on the House of Commons. By "A Briton." 8vo. Lond., 1790.
Stocks And Stock-jobbing, in Wall Street; with Sketch of Brokers and Fancy Stocks. By a Reformed Stock Gambler. N. Y., 1848.
Stockton, Lucius Horatio. Address before the Convention of the Friends of Peace of the State of New Jersey, July 4th, 1814. 8vo.
Stockton, Richard. Speech in the House of Representatives of the United States, 10th December, 1814, on the Army Bill. 8vo.
Stoddard, Amos. Masonic Address, delivered in Portsmouth, June 24th, 1802. 4to. Portsmouth, 1802.
Stoddard, Amos. Sketches, Historical and Descriptive, of Louisiana. 8vo. Phil., 1812.
Stoddard, Anthony. A Genealogy of the Family of . . . 8vo.
Stoddard, Solomon. The Doctrine of Instituted Churches Explained and Proved from the Word of God. 4W. Lond., 170o.
Question, Whether God is not Angry with the Country for
doing so little towards the Conversion of the Indians? A Discourse from Romans viii. 19. 4W. Boston, 1723.
Stoer, Jacob. Dictionaire Francaise-Alleman-Latin, etc. 8vo.
A Geneve, 165o.
Stokes, Anthony. A View of the Constitution of the British Colonies in North America and the West Indies at the time the Civil War broke out on the Continent of America, etc. 8vo.
Stone, Edwin M. History of Beverly, Civil and Ecclesiastical, from its Settlement, in 1630, to 1842. 8vo. Boston, 1843.
Stone, Eliab. Funeral Sermon delivered August 20, 1793 (Isaac Morril). 8vo. Boston, 1794.
Funeral Discourse delivered February 11th, 1803 (Caleb Pren
tiss). 8vo. Keene.
Stone, John S. The Beneficial Insluence of Christianity upon the Present State of Mankind. A Sermon delivered 25 th of December, 1833, St. Paul's Church, Boston. 8vo. Boston, 1834.
On the Burning of the steamer "Lexington," preached in St.
Paul's Church, Boston. 8vo. Boston, 1840.
A Memoir of the Life of James Milnor, D. D., late Rector of St.
George's Church, New York. [Am. Tract Society.] N.Y., 1848.
Stone, Micah. Discourse occasioned by the Death of Mrs. Mary Reed, Brookfield, December 9, 1804. 8vo., pp. 24.
Sermon at the Dedication of the Meeting House of the Evangelical Society, in South Brooksield, August 13th, 1828. 8vo.
Stone, Nathaniel. Sermon delivered 17th December, 1795, at the Opening of a New Meeting House in Dennis. 8vo., pp. 17.
Stone, Timothy. Connecticut Election Sermon, May 10th, 1792. 8vo. Hartford.
Stone, William L. Letters on Masonry and Anti-Masonry, addressed to the Hon. John Quincy Adams. 8vo. N. Y., 1832.
Tales and Sketches. 2 vols., i2mo. N. Y., 1834.
— Letter to Dr. A. Brigham on Animal Magnetism. N. Y., 1837. Maria Monk, and the Nunnery of the Hotel Dieu; being an
Account of a Visit to the Convents of Montreal, and Resutation of "Awsul Disclofures." 8vo.
— Life of Joseph Brant—Thayendancgea, including the Indian Wars of the American Revolution. 2 vols., 8vo. N. Y., 1838.
—— Life and Times of Sa-go-ye-wat-ha, or Red Jacket. 8vo.
N. Y., 1841.
Uncas and Miantonomoh; a Historical Discourse delivered at
Norwich (Conn.), 4th July, 1842, at the erection of a Monument to the Memory of Uncas, etc. i2mo. N. Y., 1842.
Stone (the) Cut out of the Mountain, etc. Latin and Engliih. Exhibited in the year 1716. Small 8vo.
[stork, William.] An Account of East Florida; with a Journal kept by John Bartram, of Philadelphia, Botanist to his Majesty for the Floridas, upon a Journey from St. Augustine up the River St. John's. 8vo. ' Lond. . Storm, S. The Law respecting Horses, etc. 8vo. >794Storrs, Henry R. Speech on the Amendment of the Constitution, in
the House of Representatives of the United States, February 17th,
Story, Isaac. Sermon at the Ordination of the Rev. Daniel Story, Hamilton, August 15 th, 1798. 8vo. Salem, 1798.
Story, Joseph. Charge delivered before the Grand Jury of the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Maine, May 8th, 1820. 8vo. Boston, 1820.
— Discourse pronounced at the request of the Essex Historical Society, September 18th, 1828, in commemoration of the First Settlement of Salem. 8vo. Boston, 1828.
—— Eulogy on the Hon. John Marshall, delivered 15 th October, 1835. Boston, 1835.
—— Opinion of . . . May Term, 1845, United States Circuit Court; Woodworth and others, vs. Stone (Planing Machine Patent).
Story, Thomas. Discourses delivered in Public Assemblies of the People called Quakers. 8vo., pp. 117. Lond., 1738.
Stout, Benjamin. Narrative of the Lofs of the ship "Hercules," etc.; with an Introductory Address to the Right Hon. John Adams. i8mo. N. Y., 1797.
Stow, John. A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster, and the Borough of Southwark . . . Corrected, etc. With a Life of the Author, by John Strype. Sixth Edition. Vol. I.> Folio. Lond., 1754.
Strabonis Rerum Geographicarum. Libri XVII. Isaacus Casaubonus recensuit, etc. Folio. Lutetiæ Parisiorum, 1620.
Strada, Famianus. The History of the Low-Countrey Warres: relating the Battles, Sieges and Sea Fights, betwixt the King of Spain, France and the States of the United Netherlands. Folio.
Strain, Isaac G. Sketches of a Journey in Chili and the Argentine Provinces in 1849. i2mo. N. Y., 1853.
Stranger (the). A Literary Paper. 8vo. Albany, 1814.
Stratford, Agnes. The Labyrinth; or, Fatal Embarrassment. A Tragedy. 8vo. Lond.
Stratton, Charles S. (Tom Thumb). Sketch of the Life of. i2mo.
N. Y., 1847.
Strebeck, George. Sermon in the German Reformed Church, at New York. 8vo., pp. 16. N. Y., 1796.
Sermon on the Character of the Virtuous Woman. 8vo., pp.
26. N.Y., 1800.
Street, Alfred B. Poem, composed for the Celebration of the 6th Anniversary of Firemen's Lodge, No. 19, I. O. O. F. (Odd Fellows' Celebration, Albany, March 21st, 1843). 8vo.
Poem, dedicated to the American Association for the Advancement of Science. 8vo., pp. 8.
Thomas George. Reply to Burke's Letter to a Noble Lord, etc. 8vo., pp. 23. Lond., 1796.
Strictures on a Pamphlet, intituled "A Friendly Address to all Reasonable Americans," etc. 8vo., pp. Ij. Phil., 1775.
and Observations upon the Three Executive Departments of the
Government of the United States, etc. By Massachusettensis. 8vo., pp. 32. 1792. on the New Statute "de examinandis graduum candidatistogether with Remarks on Dr. Tatham's First and Second Address to the Members of Convocation at large. 4t0., pp. 10.
Strong, Caleb. Patriotism and Piety. The Speeches of his Excellency to the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, with their Answers, etc. From 1800 to 1807. i2mo. Newburyport, 1808.
—— Speech of, delivered before the Legislature of Massachusetts, Oct. 16th, 18i2. With Documents. 8vo. Boston, 1812.
Strong, Cyprian. A Discourse preached at the Ordination of the Rev. Samuel Shepard to the Pastoral Office over the Church in Genoa, April 30th, 179c. 8vo. Stockbridge, 1795.
Strong, Joseph. Sermon on the Death of his Excellency Samuel Huntington, Governor of Connecticut. 8vo., pp. 19.
—— Sermon at Montville, on the Death of John G. Hillhouse. 8vo., pp. 18. Norwich, 1808.
■' Sermon at the Funeral of Dr. Joshua Lathrop. 8vo., pp. 15.
Sermon at Preston, aster the Interment of the Rev. Levi Hart.
8vo., pp. 24. Norwich, 1809.
Sermon at the Interment of the Rev. Jonathan Murdock. 8vo.,
pp. 18. Norwich, 1813.
—— Sermon at the Interment of the Rev. Asahel Hooker. 8vo., pp. 20. Norwich, 1813.
Strong, Nathan. Connecticut Election Sermon, delivered at Hartford, May 13th, 1790. 8vo. Hartford, 1790.
Thanksgiving Sermon, delivered November 29th, 1798. 8vo.
Discourse on the Death of General George Washington, Hartford, Friday, December 27th, 1799. 8vo. Hartford, 180a
Strong, Nathaniel T. A Further Illustration of the Case of the Seneca Indians in the State of New York, in a Review of a Pamphlet, entitled "An Appeal to the Christian Community," etc. 8vo. Phil., 1841.
Strong, Nehemiah. Astronomy Improved, etc., in Three Lectures, Yale College, February 17th, 1781. i2mo., pp. 52.
New Haven, 1784.
Strong, Thomas M. The History of the Town of Flatbush, in King's County, Long Island. 12mo. N. Y., 1842.