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2534 Dunn (Thomas) Discourse delivered in the New Dutch Church, Nassau

Street, before the New York Society for the Information and Assist

ance of Persons Emigrating from Foreign Countries. 8vo. 18 1794 2535 LINN (Dr. W., of the Dutch Church, New York) Discourses on the Signs of the Times. 8vo. 18 6d

New York, 1794 2536 OBSERVATIONS on the Emigration of Dr. Jos. Priestley, with the several

Addresses delivered to him on his arrival at New York. 8vo. 18 6d 1794 2537 REAL Cedula de ereccion del Consulado de Buenos Ayres, 30th Jan. 1794. Folio, sewed. 38

Madrid, 1794 2538 Thoughts on Emigration, in a Letter from a Gentleman in Philadelphia to his Friend in England. 8vo. 18

1794 2539 CALLENDER'S (J. T., an exile in America for writing this work) Political

Progress of Britain, an Impartial History of the Abuses in the Government of the British Empire in Europe, Asia, and America, from 1688. 8vo. 28

Philadelphia, 1795 2540 DEFENCE of the Resolutions and Address of the American Congress in

Reply to Dr. Johnson's “Taxation no Tyranny.” By the Author of

Regulus, (the Rev. Mr. Northcote). 8vo. 28 N. D. (1795) 2541 CONSTITUTION of the Humane Society of the State of New York. 8vo. 18 6d

New York, 1795 2542 DINGLEY'S (Amasa) Oration in the Federal Hall, New York, on the Improvement of Medecine. 8vo. 18

New York, 1795 2543 ENQUIRY how far the Punishment of Death is necessary in Pennsylvania,

with Notes and Illustrations by Wm. Bradford. 8vo. 18 6d 1795 2544 JARDINE's (Dr. L. J.) Letter from Pennsylvania, containing valuable Information with respect to America. 8vo. 18

1 795 2545 MESSAGE of the President (Washington) of the United States to Con

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Philadelphia, 1795 · 2546 MITCHELL (Dr. S. Latham) Life Exploits and Precepts of Tammany, the

famous Indian Chief; Anniversary Oration. 8vo. 186d New York, 1795 2547 NARRATIVE of the Revolt and Insurrection of the French Inhabitants of the Island of Grenada. 8vo. 1s 6d

1795 2548 RAMSAY (Dr. David) Oration on the Anniversary of American Indepen

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on the treaty negociated with his Brittannic Majesty. By Peter Porcupine, (W. Cobbelt). 8vo. 18 6d

Philadelphia, 1795 2553 COBBETT's Observations on the Emigration of Dr. Priestly, and on the

several Addresses delivered to him on his arrival at New York, together with a comprehensive story of a Farmer's Bull. 8vo. 28 Phila.1796

2554 HULL's (J. S.) Remarks on the United States, drawn up from his own

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Dublin, about 1796 2555 Kick for a Bite; or Review upon Review, with a Critical Essay on

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1796 2560 MORSE (Dr. Jed.) Sermon at Charlestown, on the Death of Hon. Thos. Russell, Esq. 8vo. 18 6d

Boston, 1796 2561 NEW YEAR'S GIFT to the Democrats, or Observations on a Pamphlet,

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Philadelphia, 1796 2567 WASHINGTON's Address to the People of the United States, announcing

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London, 1796 2569 Bone to Gnaw for the Democrats (of America). By Peter Porcupine. Two parts, 8vo. ls 6d

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2575 MALOUET (M.) Examen de cette question, quel sera pour les Colonies

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Philadelphia, 1797 2577 OBSERVATIONS on the Debates in Congress on the Addresses to Washington on his resignation. By Peter Porcupine (W. Cobbett). Svo.

1797 2578 Paul JONES, ou Prophecies sur l'Amerique, l'Angleterre, la France,

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De l'ere de l'Independence de l'Amerique, l'an v. 2579 PICKERING's Letter to the Chevalier de Yrujo, Envoy Extraordinary of

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Phil. 1797 2583 TURNBULL'S (R. J., of South Carolina) Visit to the Philadelphia Prison. 8vo. 18 60

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N. Y., about 1798

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Phil. 1798 2593 GALLATIN (Albert) Speech in the House of Representatives upon the Foreign Intercourse Bill. 8vo. 18

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A different Pamphlet from the preceding. 2597

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1798 2600 MONROE's (President) View of the Conduct of the Executive in the

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