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AMERICA. An Essay upon the Government of the English

Plantations on the Continent of America : by an American. 89 Lond. 1701.

- Journal de la Campagne des Isles de l'Amerique, qu'à fait Mons. D***. par G. D. T. 8° Troyes, 1709. - The English Empire in America, by R. B. 12° Lond. 1711.

- The Importance of the British Plantations in America to this Kingdom : with the State of their Trade. 8° Lond.

1731. - A short Account of the first Settlement of the Provinces of Virginia, Maryland, New-York, New Jersey, and Pensylvania, by the English. 4° Lond. 1735.

- The British Empire in America. 2 vol. 8° Lond. 1741.

- Considerations on the State of the British Fisheries in America. fol. Lond. 1745.

- The African Trade the great pillar and support of the British Plantation Trade in America. 4° Lond. 1745.

- The Importance of gaining and preserving the Friendship of the Indians to the Britisłı Interest considered. go Lond. 1752.

- State of the British and French Colonies in North America, in two Letters to a Friend. 8° Lond. 1755.

- A Pocket-Mirror for North America. 12° [1755.]

The Mystery revealed, or Truth brought to light. go Lond. 1759. - An Enquiry into the Causes of the Alienation of the Delaware and Shawanese Indians from the British Interest. go Lond. 1759.

- Some hints to People in Power, on the present melancholy situation of our Colonies in North America. 9° Lond. 1763.

An Essay in vindication of the Continental Colonies of America from a Censure of Mr. Adam Smith, in bis Theory of Moral Sentiments. 8° Lond. 1764,

- Considerations relative to the North American Colonies. 89 Lond. 1765. , - The Objections to the Taxation of our American Colo

nies, briefly consider'd. 4° Lond. 1765. - An Application of some general political Rules to the present state of Great Britain, Ireland, and America, in a Letter to Earl Temple. 8° Lond. 1766.

- The Necessity of repealing the American Stamp-Act demonstrated. 8° Lond. 1766.

- The true Sentiments of America : contained in a Collection of Letters from the House of Representatives of the Prov. of Massachusetts-Bay, to several persons of high rank in this Kingdom. 8° Lond. 1768.

- Letters to Lord Hillsborough from Governor Bernard, General Gage, and his Majesty's Council for the Province of Massachusets Bay with an Appendix. 8° Lond. 1769. VOL. I.



AMERICA. Letters to the Ministry, from Governor Bernard, Ge

neral Gage, and Commodore Hood; and also Memorials to the Lords of the Treasury, from the Commissioners of Customs, with sundry Letters and Papers annexed to the said Memorials. 8° Lond. 1769.

- An Appeal to the World: or a Vindication of the Town of Boston from many false and malicious Aspersions, contained in Letters and Memorials transmitted to England by Governor Bernard, General Gage, Commodore Hood, and others. 8° Boston, 1770.

The American Traveller, or Observations on the present State, Culture, and Commerce of the British Colonies in America. 4° Lond. 1769.

- Shall I go to War with my American Brethren ? A Discourse from Judges xx. 28. addressed to all concerned in determining that important Question. 8° Lond. 1769.

History of the British Dominions in North America from the first Discovery of that vast Continent by Sebastian Cabot in 1497 to its establishment as confirmed by the Treaty of Peace in 1763. 4° Lond. 1773.

- A View of the Controversy between Great Britain and her Colonies : by A. W. 8° New-York, 1774.

Select Letters on the Trade and Government of America. 8° Lond. 1774.

A Friendly Address to all reasonable Americans. 8° Amer. 1774.

An Appeal to the Justice and Interests of the people of Great Britain in the present Disputes with America. Šo Lond. 1774.

- 8° Lond. 1775. A Second Appeal to the Justice and Interests of the People. 8° Lond. 1775.

- The Congress canvassed : or an Examination into the Conduct of the Delegates, at their grand Convention held in Philadelphia, Sept. 1. 1774, by A. W. 8° 1774.

- A Dialogue between a Southern Delegate; and his Spouse, on his return from the grand Continental Congress. 9° 1774.

- Extracts from the Votes and Proceedings of the American Continental Congress, held at Philadelphia on the 5th of September, 1774. 8° Philad. 1774.

- The Strictures on the Friendly Address examined. 8° 1775.

- Journal of the Proceedings of the Congress held at Philadelphia Sept. 5th 1774. 8° Lond. 1775.

- A Few Remarks upon some of the Votes and Resolu. tions of the Continental Congress held at Philadelphia in September and the Provincial Congress held at Cambridge in November 1774. 8° 1775.

What think ye of the Congress now ? 89 New York, 1775.

AMERICA. The Advantages which America derives from her

Commerce, Connexion, and Dependance on Britain addressed to the People of America. go 1775.

- The Patriots of North America, a Sketch, with explanatory Notes. So New York, 1775.

American Independance the Interest and Glory of Great Britain. 8° Lond. 1775.

- Letter to the Rt. hon. Lord M....., on the Affairs of America from a Member of Parliament. 8° Lond. 1775.

- Address to the Rt. hon. Lord M-s-d in which the measures of Government, respecting America, are considered in a new light. 8° Lond. 1775.

- The Address of the People of Great Britain to the Inhabitants of America. go Lond. 1775. - A Speech, intended to have been delivered in the H. of Commons in support of the Petition from the General Congress at Philadelphia. go Lond. 1775.

An Answer to the Declaration of the American Congress. 8° Lond.

go Lond. 1776. - Journal of the Proceedings of the Congress, May 10. 1775. 8° Lond. 1776.

- The Discovery of America by Columbus, to which is added an Enquiry into the Rise and Progress of the Contest in America. 8° Lond. 1776.

- A Prospect of the Consequences of the present Conduct of Great Britain towards America. 8° Lond. 1776.

- The Rights of Great Britain asserted against the claims of America. 8° Lond. 1776.

- Plain Truth, addressed to the Inhabitants of America, containing Remarks on a Pamphlet intitled “ Common Sense." 8° Lond. 1776. -- The Constitutional Advocate : addressed to the People at large. 8° Lond. 1776. - Considerations on the present state of Affairs between England and America. 8° Lond. 1778.

An Historical Account of the Rise and Progress of the Colonies of South Carolina and Georgia. 2 vol. 8° Lond. 1779.

- Historical Anecdotes relative to the American Rebellion. 8° Lond. 1779.

- The Ilistory of the Civil War in America. Vol. I. comprehending the Campaigns of 1775, 1776, and 1777. go Lond. 1780.

- The American War, a Poem : in six Books. 8° Lond. 1781.

A Collection of State papers relative to the first acknowledgement of the Sovereignty of the United States of America. 8° Lond. 1782. -- Consolatory thoughts on American Independance. 8! Edinb. 1782.

AMERICA. AMERICA. Considerations on the provisional Treaty with Ames

rica and the preliminary Articles of Peace with France and Spain. 8° Lond. 1783.

A Peep behind the Ministerial Curtain, where the County Members of Parliament and the People of Great Britain may see the real Intentions of the late Ministry towards America. fol. Lond. 1783. -- The American and British Chronicle of War and Politics from May 10, 1773 to July 16, 1783. 8° Lond.

- Travels through the interior parts of America, in a Series of Letters, by an Officer. 2 vol. 8° Lond. 1789.

- Return of the whole Number of Persons within the several Districts of the United States. 8° Philad. 1791.

- 8° Philad. 1793. - A Short Description of the Tennassee Government, or the Territory of the United States South of the River Ohio. 8° Philad. 1793.

- Report of the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States on the subject of Manufactures. 8° Lond. 1793.

- The American Calendar, or United States Register, for the Year 1794. 8° Lond. 1794.

- Treaty of Amity, Commerce, and Navigation between his Britannic Majesty and the United States of America, by their President, with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, Nov. 19, 1794. 8° Lond. 1795.

Plan of Association of the North American Land-Com, pany established February 1795. go Philad. 1795.

- American State Papers being a Collection of original and authentic Documents relative to the War between the United States and Great Britain. 2 vol. 8° Lond. 1795.

-Look before you leap, or a few Hints to such Artizans, Mechanics, &c. as are desirous of emigrating to America. 8° Lond. 1796.

- The Duties payable upon importation of Goods into the United States of America whether in American or Foreign Vessels. So Lond. 1799.

- Answer to the Declaration of the American Congress. 89

- Animating Hints for British Statesmen, British Merchants, and Britons in General on going to war with America. go

1811. AMERICAN Academy. Memoirs of the American Academy of

Arts and Sciences, to the end of the year 1783. Vol. I. 4°

Boston, 1785.

--Commentaria in Ciceronis tres libros de Officiis. 8° Arg. 1538.

Expositiones Partitionum Oratoriarum et Præfationis de optimo genere dicendi M. T. Ciceronis. 8° Bas. 1548. - Libri sex de Philosophia naturali. 8° Bas. 1549.

AMERPOEL (JOH.) Cartesius Mosaizans, seu Conciliatio Philo

sophiæ Cartesii cum Historia Creationis per Mosem tradita. 80

Leopardiæ, 1669. AMES (JOSEPH) A Catalogue of English Heads. 8° Lond. 1748.

Typographical Antiquities : being an historical Account of Printing in England. 4° Lond. 1749.

augmented by William Herbert. 3 vol. 4• 1785-90.

and now greatly enlarged, with copious Notes, by T. F. Dibdin. vol. 1, 2. 4° Lond. 1810-12. AMES (RICHARD) The Bacchanalian Sessions, or the Contention

of Liquors. 4° Lond. 1693.
AMES (will.) Puritanismus Anglicanus. 8° Franc. 1610.

Angl. 4° 1641.
- Technometria. 12° Lond. 1633.

- 12° Franc. 1631. --The Saints Security against seducing Spirits, a Sermon at Pauls on the fifth of November 1651. 4° Lond. 1652.

- The Substance of Christian Religion : or a plain and easie Draught of the Christian Catechisme. 8° Lond. 1659.

- A Declaration of the Witnes of God manifested in the inward parts. So 1681. AMESIUS (GULIELMUS) V. AMES. AMESSO (D') Pro navali Anglorum de Batavis Victoria Evyxague.

fol. Lond. 1653. AMHURST (n.) The British General a Poem. 8° Lond. 1722. AMIA (JAc.) Oratio de Microcosmi cum Macrocosmo compara

tione, habita Harlemi anno MDCCXI. 4° Harlem. 1711. AMICI (CARLO) Lettere di Gustavo, colle Risposte d'Emilia sua

Amante. 12° Lond. 1782. AMICO (BERNARD) da Gallipoli. Trattato delle Piante & Immagini de Sacri Edifizi di Terra Santa. fol. Fir. 1619.

fol. Fir. 1620. AMICO (FILIPPO D') Riflessi Istorici sopra quello scrive, ed at.

testa della Città di Melazzo. 4° Catan. 1700. AMICUS (DIOMEDES) Tractatus tres exactissimi de Morbis com

munibus, de Peste, et de Variolis. 4° Ven. 1599. - De Morbis sporadibus, Opus novum. 4° Ven. 1605. AMICUS (JO. BAPT.) Cosentinus. De Motibus Corporum cæles.

tium juxta principia Peripatetica sine eccentricis et epicyclis. Par. 1540. AMIDEI (MATTIA) Imerologio, ouuero Discorsi Diurni intorno

alla Confettione Íacintina. 4o Sien. 1643. AMIOT (le p.) Art militaire de Chinois, ou Recueil d'anciens

Traités sur la Guerre, composés avant lére chretienne. 4° Par,

1772. AMIRAULT (MOYSE) v. AMYRALDUS. AMIRAUT (PAUL) The Triumph of a Good Conscience, a Ser,

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