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447 America. Martineau (Harriet) Society in America, 3 vols. cr. 8vo. "best, truest, fullest, anil most philosophical," 9s. pub. II. lis. (id. 1837

448 Martineau(Harriet)RctrospectofWestern

Travel, 3 vols. cr. 8vo. 10*. pub. II. lis. Gd. 1838

449 Meare's Voyages in 1788-1789, from

China to the North-West Coast of America; also, of a Voyage from Bengal, with Account of the Trade between N. W. Coast of America and China, and China and Gr. Britain, thick 4to. very fine copy, calf, many plates and maps, 10*. . 1790

450 Melish's Geographical Description of the

United States and contiguous Countries, including Mexico and W. Indies, 8vo. half-bound, maps, (pp. 491.) is. . . Philadel. 1822

451 Memoirs, Essays, and Correspondence of

Major-Gen. Lee, second in command in American Service during the Revolution, 8vo. calf, neat, is.

1792

452 Middleton's Abdication of his Conduct

as Commander in Discovering the N. W. Passage, with Account of the Extraordinary Effects of Cold in Hudson's Bay, 8vo. 2s. . '. 1743

453 Murat (Prince Royal of the Two Sicilies)

Moral and Political Sketch of the United States, with a Note on Negro Slavery, cr. 8vo. half calf, neat, col. map, 3s. Gd. pub. 7s. Gd. . 1833

454 Murray's Historical Account of Discoveries and Travels in North America, Canada, Polar Sea, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. cloth, new, map, 5s. Gd. pub. II. 7s. . . 1829

455 Murray (Rev. J. of Newcastle) Impartial

History of the War in America, 2 vols. 8vo. half calf , portraits, 5s. . . . 1779

456 Narrative of Occurrences in the Indian

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457 Old England for Ever, or Spanish Cruelty

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459 Portlock (Capt.) Voyage Round the

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1789

460 Pownall (Governor of Massachusetts Bay).

The Administration of the Colonies, wherein their Rights and Constitution are discussed and stated, 8vo. 3*. . . . 1768

461 Priest's (Musician of Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Boston Theatre) Travels in America, from 1793 to 1797, with the Author's Voyages across the Atlantic, 8vo. 2s. . . 1802

462 Ramsay (Dr.) Life of Washington, 8vo.

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465 Reed and Matheson's Narrative of the

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466 Roberts (Major R.) Journal of Excursions

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467 Robertson (Dr.) History of America, 6

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468 Rolfs New and Accurate History of South

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1832

474 Voyages de l'Empereur de la Chine dans

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476 Walton's Present State of the Spanish

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477 Washington's Domestic, Confidential, and

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Commercial, and Philosophical View of the American United States, and European Settlements in America and West Indies, 4 vols. 8vo. numerous plates, 6s. pub. 3 gs. . . 1800

479 Wood's 2 Years in the Settlement on the

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486 Amory's Life of Buncle, 2 vols. 8vo. half calf, scarce, 5s. . . . .1766

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547 Anaya's Essay on Spanish Literature, its History from commencement of Twelfth Century, with Account of its best Writers, Specimens, &c. cr. 8vo. 3*. ... . . 1818

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