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1871 SHORT Account of the Interest and Conduct of the Jamaica Planters. 8vo (soiled). 18

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1755 1877 SERMON at Newport, Rhode Island, upon occasion of the Embarkation

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1756 1885 CASE of the Importation of Bar-Iron from our own Colonies of North

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1889 DAVIES (Rev. Saml.) Sermon preached in Hanover, Virginia, 28 Oct.

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1757 1890 Essay on Currents at Sea, in which it is attempted to be proved that

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1757 1893 REMARKS upon a Letter in the London Chronicle, on the Failure of the Expedition against Cape Breton. 8vo. 28 6d

1757 1894 ACCOUNT of Two Missionary Voyages, the one to New Jersey in

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1758 1896 OCCASIONAL Reflections on the Importance of the War in America. 8vo. 28 6d

1758 1897 PITT (W., Lord Chatham). An Address to the Great Man. 8vo. 18 1758 1898 DIE REPUBLICK der Jesuiten oder das umgesturzte Paraguay. 12mo.

Amst. 1758 1899 RELATION Abrégée concernant la Republique des Jesuites, ont etablié

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Amst. 1758 1900 ACCURATE and Authentic Journal of the Siege of Quebec. By a

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1759 1906 Account of the Designs of the Associates of the late Dr. Bray, with an Abstract of their Proceedings. 8vo. 18


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Written by Junius six years before the publication of his celebrated Letters, and unknown to

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1923 An EXAMINATION of the Commercial Principles of the late Negociation

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1762 1925 GARDINER’s Account of the Expedition to the West Indies against

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