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Wilson, B. A Series of Experiments on the subjects of Phofphori and their Prismatic Colors, in which are Discovered some New Properties of Light. Second Edition. 4to. Lond., 1776.

Wilson, Bird. Memoir of the Life of the Right Rev. William White, D. D., Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of Pennsylvania. i2mo. Phil., 1839.

Wilson, Charles. Strictures on the Conduct of the Rev. George Markham, occasioned by his Profecution of Quakers for Nonpayment of Tithes, etc. 8vo., pp. 50. Lond., 1796.

Wilson, James. Peace: a Sermon. i2mo. N.Y., 1788.

Wilson, James. An Introductory Lecture to a Course of Law Lectures; with a Plan of the Lectures. 8vo., pp. 96. Phil., 1791.

Wilson, James. Oration before the Providence Association of Mechanies and Manusacturers, at their Annual Election, April 14th, 1794. 8vo. Providence, 1794.

Substance of a Discourse delivered before the Military Officers of

Providence, February 9th, 1800, on the Death of General Washington. 8vo., pp. 16. Providence, 1800.

Oration (4th July, 1804), at Providence. 8vo., pp. 16.

Providence.

— Apostolic Church Government Displayed, and the Government, etc., of the Methodist Episcopal Church. i2mo.

Providence, 1798.

Wilson, James R. The Subjection of Kings and Nations to the Messiah. A Sermon, preached 6th December, 1819, in the Reformed Presbyterian Church of New York. 8vo. N. Y., 1820.

Wilson, Jaspar. Letter, Commercial and Political, to William Pitt, etc. Second Edition. 8vo., pp. 72. Lond., 1793.

Wilson, John. A Song of Thanksgiving for Great Deliverances: compofed about the year 1625. i6mo., pp. 44. [Title wanting. MS. Genealogical Notes of the Family of the Author.]

Wilson, John. The Trial of (alias Jcnkin Ratford), for Mutiny, Desertion, and Contempt. 8vo. Halisax, 1807.

Wilson, J. L. Address at the Funeral of Mrs. Sarah Woodbridge, July 13th, 1822. i2mo., pp. 11. Cincinnati, 1822.

Wilson, Peter. Introduction to Greek Profody, in Three Parts. i2mo. N. Y., 1811.

Wilson, Robert. The Travels of that well-known Pedestrian. 12mo.

Lond., 1807.

Wilson, Robert Thomas. History of the British Expedition to Egypt. Maps. 8vo. Phil., 1803.

Trial of John H. Hutchinson and Michael Bruce, for Assisting

in the Escape of M. Lavallette. With a Brief Memoir of. 12mo.

Edinburgh [1815].

Wilson, Samuel. A Scripture Manual; or, a Plain Representation of the Ordinance of Baptism. Fifth Edition. 12mo., pp. 24.

Lond., 1765.

Wilson, Sarah, et al., and Robert Troup, et al. In the Court for the Correction of Errors. Joint Case between . . . 8vo., pp* 65. N. Y.j 1823.

Wilson, Thomas. A Complete Christian Dictionary, etc., continued by John Bagwell, augmented, etc., by Andrew Simson. Folio.

Lond., 1661.

Wilson, Thomas. The Knowledge and Practice of Christianity made Easy, etc.; or, an Essay towards an Instruction for the Indians. Ninth Edition. i2mo. Lond., 1759.

Wilson, Thomas. Picture of Philadelphia for 1824; with a Picture of, for 1811. 8vo. Phil., 1823.

Wilson, Walter. The History and Antiquities of Dissenting Churches and Meeting Houses, in London, Westminster, and Southwark; including the Lives of their Ministers, from the Rise of'Nonconformity to the Present Time. With an Appendix. 4 vols., 8vo.

Lond., 1808—14.

Wiltbank, John. Valedictory Address delivered before the Graduating Class of the Medical Department of Pennsylvania College, of

1844-5. 8vo- Pnil-, ,847

Wiltbank, Ed. W. The Building up of the Church. A Discourse preached on occasion of his Refigning the Rectorship of Christ Church, Stratford, on 5 th Sunday in Lent, 1842. 8vo.

Middletown, 1842.

Wilton, Samuel. An Apology for the Renewal of an Application to Parliament, by the Protestant Dissenting Ministers. 8vo., pp. 107.

Lond., 1773.

— Brief Memoirs of. 8vo., pp. 10. Lond., 1802.

Wimpffen, Francis Alexander Stanislaus, Baron De. A Voyage to St. Domingo, in the years 1788, '89 and '90. Translated from the Original MS., etc. By J. Wright. 8vo. Lond., 1797.

Winchester, Elhanan. Three Woe Trumpets, etc., two Discourses from Rev. xi. 14 to 18, inclusive, delivered in London, February, 1793. 8vo. First Am. Edition. Boston, 1794.

Ten Letters to Paine, in Answer to his Pamphlet, entitled the

Age of Reason. Second Edition. 8vo. N. Y., 1795.

A Course of Lectures on the Prophecies that remain to be Fulfilled. 2 vols., 8vo. Walpole, N. H., 1800.

[windus, John.] A Journey to Mequine2, the Residence of the present Emperor of Fe2 and Morocco, on the occasion of Commodore Stewart's Embassy, in 1721. 8vo. Lond., 1725.

Wines, E. C. A Peep at China, in Mr. Dunn's Chinese Collection; with Miscellaneous Notices relating to the Institutions and Customs of the Chinese, and our Commercial Intercourse with them. 8vo.

Phil., 1839.

Wing, Halsey R. Essay on the Moral and Intellectual Effects of Studying the Mathematical and Physical Sciences, etc. 8vo.

Albany, 1834.

Wing, Joel A. An Address delivered before the Medical Society of the State of New York, February 3d, 1845. 8vo. Albany, 1845.

Wingman, Thomas. Arguments for the Divarication of the New Testament into Doctrine, or Word of God; History, or Word of Man. Third Edition. 8vo. Lond., 1835.

Winslow, Miron. Memoir of Mrs. Harriet L. Winslow, etc., New York. 12mo. [Am. Tract Society.]

Winstanley, W. The Hypocrite Unmasked: a Comedy, in Five Acts. 8vo., pp. 94. N. Y., 1801.

Winter, Richard. Sermon from Jcr. iv. 19, delivered May 23d, 1756, in Moorfields; with a Presace. 8vo., pp. 32. Lond., 1756.

Winter, Robert. Thanksgiving Sermon, Hanover Street, Long Acre, November 29, 1798. 8vo., pp. 30. Lond., 1798.

Winterbotham, W. The Commemoration of National Deliverances, etc. Two Sermons, November 5th and 18th, 1792, at Plymouth. 8vo., pp. 60. Lond., 1794.

An Historical, Geographical and Philosophical View of the

Chinese Empire; with an Account of Lord Macartney's Embassy. Map. 8vo. Lond., 1795.

An Historical, Geographical, Commercial and Philofophical View

of the United States of America and of the European Settlements in America and the West Indies. 4 vols., 8vo. N. Y., 1796.

Winterfield, Captain. His Voyages, Distresses, and Adventures. i2mo. Lond., 1798.

Winthrop, James. Attempt to Translate the Prophetic part of the Apocalypse of Saint John into Familiar Language, etc. 8vo.

Boston, 1794.

Winthrop, John. Two Lectures on Parallax and the Distance of the Sun, as deducible from the Transit of Venus, at Cambridge, March, 1769. 8vo., pp. 47. Boston, 1769.

Two Lectures on Comets; with an Essay, by A. Oliver, etc.

i2mo. Boston, 1811.

Winthrop, John. A Journal of the Transactions and Occurrences in the Settlement of Massachusetts and the other New England Colonies, from the year 1630 to 1644, etc. 8vo.

Hartford, 1790.

—- The History of New England, from 1630 to 1649. From his Original MSS. With Notes, by James Savage. 2 vols., 8vo.

Boston, 1825-6.

Winthrop, John. Selections from an Ancient Catalogue of Objects of Natural History, found in New England more than 100 years ago. 8vo. New Haven, 1844.

Winthrop, Robert C. An Address delivered before the New England Society in the City of New York, December 23d, 1839. 8vo. N. Y., 1840.

Oration pronounced on the occasion of Laying the Corner-stone

of the National Monument to the Memory of Washington; with an Introduction and an Appendix. 8vo. Washington, 1848.

—— An Address delivered before the Maine Historical Society, at Bowdoin College, September 5 th, 1849. 8vo. Boston, 1849. Winthrop, Robert C. Addresses and Speeches on various occasions.

8vo. Boston, 1852.

[wirt, William.] Letters of the British Spy. Fourth Edition.

16mo. Baltimore, 1811.

Wisconsin. State Historical Society :—

1. Discourse delivered at its First Annual Meeting, January 15th, 1850, by William R. Smith. 8vo. Madison, 1850.

2. Address delivered January 21, 1851, by M. L. Martin. 8vo. Green Bay, 1851.

3. Third Annual Address, etc., March 16th, 1852, by Lewis N. Wood. 8vo. Madison, 1852.

Wisdom Of Looking Backward; to Judge the better of One Side and T'other. By the Speeches, Writings, Actions, and other Matters of Fact on both Sides, for the four year s last past. 8vo.

* Lond., 171 5.

Wise, Jeremiah. Funeral Sermon, preached upon the Death of the Hon. Charles Frost, Esq. 8vo. [Imperfect.] Boston, 1725.

Massachusetts Election Sermon, May 28, 1729. 8vo. Boston.

Sermon at the Ordination of Rev. James Pike at Summersworth,

in Dover, Oct. 28, 1730. 8vo., pp. 63. Boston, 1731.

Wiseman, Nicholas. Twelve Lectures on the Connexion between Science and Revealed Religion. 8vo. Andover, 1837.

Wisli2enus, A. Memoir of a Tour to Northern Mexico, connected with Colonel Doniphan's Expedition in 1846 and 1847. 8vo.

Washington, 1848.

Wisner, Benjamin B. Sermon occasioned by the Death of Mrs.

Miriam Phillips, May 18th. 8vo., pp. 25. Cambridge, 1823. The History of the Old South Church in Boston, in Four

Sermons, delivered May 9th and 16th, 1830. 8vo.

Boston, 1830.

Wisner, William C. Prelacy and Parity: in several Lectures, etc. 8vo. N. Y., 1844.

Withers, Alexander S. Chronicles of Border Warsare; or, a History of the Settlement by the Whites of North-west Virginia, etc. 8vo. Clarksburg, 1831.

Withers, Philip. Philanthropos; or, a Letter to the Rev. Andrew Fuller, in Reply to his Treatise on Damnation. 12mo.

Lond., 1785.

Withers, Williams. Digest of the Income Tax. 8vo. York, 1799. Witherspoon, John. Christian Magnanimity. A Sermon at Princeton, September, 1775, before the Commencement, etc. With an Address to the Senior Class. 8vo., pp. 44. Princeton, 1787.

A Sermon. The Religious Education of Children. 8vo.

Eli2abethtown, 1789.

Works; with Dr. Rodgers' Funeral Sermon. 4 vols., 8vo.

Phil., 1800-1.

Candid Remarks on his Address to the Inhabitants of Jamaica,

etc. 8vo. Phil., 1772.

Withington, Nicholas. A Briefe Discoverye of some Things best Worth Noteinge in the Travells of, a Factor in the East Indiase, 1611—16. 8vo. Lond., 1734.

Wodenote, Theophilus. Hermes Theologus; or, a Divine Mercurie Dispatcht with a Grave Message of New Descants upon old Records. i2mo. Lond., 1649.

[wolcott, John.] Works of Peter Pindar, Esq., etc.; with an Account of his Life. 4 vols., 24n10. Boston, 1811.

[wolcott, Oliver, and William Smith.] The Pretensions ofThomas Jefferson to the Presidency Examined, and the Charges against John Adams Resuted. Addressed to the Citi2ens of America in General, and particularly to the Electors of the President. 8vo. October 6th, 1796. Part II., November, 1796.

— Address to the People of the United States, on the subject of the Report of the Committee of the House of Representatives, appointed to Examine and Report whether monies drawn from the Treasury have been saithsully applied, etc. 8vo., pp. 1i2.

Boston, 1802.

Remarks on the Present State of Currency, Credit, Commerce,

and National Industry, in Reply to an Address of the Tammany Society of New York. 8vo. N. Y., 1820.

Message to the General Assembly of Connecticut, at the Commencement of their Session at Hartford, May, A. D. I 821. 8vo.

Hartford, 1821.

Message, etc., 1823. 8vo. Hartford, 1823.

Message, etc., 1824. 8vo. New Haven, 1824.

Wolcott, Roger. See Joseph Perry.

Wolfe, James. The Life of General . . . the Conqueror of Canada, or the Elogium of that Renowned Hero, attempted according to the Rules of Eloquence. With a Monumental Inscription to perpetuate his Memory. By J P A. M. 8vo.,

pp. 24. [Rep.] Portsmouth, 1760.

Wolff, Ernst. En Dansk og Engelsk Ord-bog. 4to. Lond., 1779.

Wollaston, Francis. An Addreis to the Clergy of the Church of England in Particular, and to all Christians in General, etc. 8vo., pp. 22. Lond., 1772.

[wollaston, William.] The Religion of Nature Delineated. 4to.

Dublin, 1726.

r Same. Eighth Edition. 8vo. Lond., 1759.

Wollstonecraft, Mary. Vindication of the Rights of Woman; with Strictures on Political and Moral Subjects. 12mo.

Phil., 1794.

Wood, George B. An Address on the occasion of the Centennial Celebration of the Founding of the Pennsylvania Hofpital, delivered June 10, 1851. With an Appendix, containing the Charter of said Hofpital, with an Abstract of the Rules thereof . . . etc. 8vo., pp. 141. Phil., 1851..

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