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2729 GOLDSMITH (Lewis) Exposition of the Conduct of France towards

America, illustrated by Cases decided in the Council of Prizes in
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1810 2730 LETTER to the Catholc Clergy and the Seigniors of Lower Canada, re

commending the establishment of Schools. 8vo. 18 6d Quebec, 1810 2731 MEMOIR of the late H. H. Post, Esq., of Le Resouvenir, Demerara.

8vo. 18 2732 SMITH (Dr. S. S., President of the College of New Jersey) Sermon on the Love of Praise 8vo. Is

New Brunswick, 1810 2733 THE IMPRESS considered as the Cause why British Seamen desert from our Service to the Americans. 8vo. 18

1810 2734 TRIAL of Edward and Margaret Jordan for Murder and Piracy; also

of John Kelly for the same Crimes. ls 6d Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1810 2735 CONCILIATION with America the True Policy of Great Britain. 8vo. 18 1811 2736 CONSTITUTION of the Society of Teachers of the City of New York. 8vo. 18

N. Y. 1811 2737 HARRIS (F. M.) Sermon on the Death of the Hon. James Bowdoin, Esq. 8vo, only 100 privately printed. ls 6d

Boston, 1811 2738 HOSACK (Dr. David) Statement of Facts relative to the Establishment

and Progress of the Elgin Botanic Garden, and its subsequent dis

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1811 2740. JOURNAL of the Proceedings of the Bishops, Clergy, and Laity of the

Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, in a

General Convention at New Haven. 8vo. 18 New York, 1811 2741 PAPERS relating to the Action between H. M. Sloop, Little Belt, 18 guns,

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Demerary, 1811 2744 SMITH (Hon. Robert) An Address to the People of the United States. 8vo. 18

1811 2745 SPEECH of John Emote in Congress, Feb. 6, 1811, in relation to NonIntercourse. 8vo. 1s

1811 2746 TRIAL of Arthur Hodge, Esq., at the Island of Tortola, for the Murder of his Negro Man Slave, 8vo. 28

1811 2747 Trial of Mr. Wm. Parkinson, Pastor of the First Baptist Church,

New York, on Indictment for Assault and Battery upon Mrs. Eliza
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New York, 1811 2748 War with America. The Crisis of the Dispute; being an Exposition

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2751 A KEY to the Orders in Council. 8vo. 18

1812 2752 BATAVIA, as delineated in the Intercepted Letters on board the Lisette,

with Observations of the Admiralty Prize Courts, and the Justice and Expediency of conciliating the American States. By J. Brown, Merchant. 8vo. 28

1812 2753 CONSTITUTION and Canons of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of New York. 8vo. 18

New York, 1812 2754 CROFT's (W.)Oration on the Birth of Washington. 8vo. 28 Charleston, 1812 2755 DISPASSIONATE Inquiry into the Reasons, by Mr. Madison, for an

Offensive and Ruinous War against Great Britain. By a New
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1812 2756 DISPUTE (The) with America considered, in a series of Letters from a Cosmopolite to a Clergyman. 8vo, pp. 218. 28

1812 2757 LETTER from a calm Observer to a noble Lord on the Subject of the

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1812 2759 ORATION by Mr. Custis, of Arlington, with Account of Funeral Solem

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1812 2762 TRIAL of Capt. Henry Whitby for Murder of John Pierce, also Trial of

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1813 2764 LYNE (Chas.) Letter to Lord Castlereagh on the North American Export Trade during the War. 8vo. 18

1813 2765 MINUTES of the Discussion at a Meeting at the Board of Council for

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1813 2766 OBSERVATIONS on the pending Question of Additional Duties on Cot

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1813 2767 On the past Relations between the Great Britain and the United States. 8vo. 18

1813 2768 PERPETUAL War, the Policy of Mr. Madison. Examination of his Message

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Boston, 1813 2770 SWEDEN'S (King of) Custom House and Excise Ordinance for the Island of St. Bartholomew. 8vo. 18

Stockholm, 1813 2771 COMPRESSED View of the Points to be Discussed in treating with the

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1814 2776 JOURNAL of a Voyage from Okkah on the Coast of Labrador to Ungava

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1814 2777 PROCEEDINGS in the Assembly of Lower Canada on the rules of prac

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1814 2778 TREATY of Peace between England and America, signed at Ghent, Dec.

24, 1814. 4to. 18 2779 EXPOSITION of the Causes and Character of the late War with Great

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1815 2780 LARRIVA (Don José Joay de) Elogio del exemo e illmo Senor D. D. Bart, Maria de las Heras. 12mo. 28

Lima, 1815 2781 LETTERS of Veritas, republished from the Montreal Herald, containing

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Montreal, 1815 2782 LETTER to Albert Gallatin, Esq., on the Doctrine of Gold and Silver, and Evils of the present Banking System. By Publicola. 8vo. Is

New York, 1815 2783 DECRET Portant Organisation du Governement de l'Ile de St.

Barthelemy, Swedish and French. Stockholm, 1811-Port Regulations of St. Bartholomew. 4to. 18 6d

Gustavia, 1815 2784 OUTLINES of a Constitution for United North and South Columbia. (By Dr. W. Thornton.) 8vo. 18

Washington, 1815 2785 STATE PAPERS on the Negociation and Peace with America, 1814, with a Preface and Notes. 8vo. 18 6d

1815 2786 AN INQUIRY into the Merits of the Principal Naval Actions between Great Britain and the United States. By W. James. 8vo. 28

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1816 2789 COMPARATIVE View of the British and American Constitution, with

Observations on the present state of Britsh Politics. By a Gentleman some years resident in the United States. 8vo. 1s 6d

Edinb. 1817 2790 DE PRADT (M.) Des trois derniers mois de l'Amerique Meridionale et du Brésil. 8vo. 1s 6d.

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2791 MACLURE (Wm.) Observations on the Geology of the United States of America. 8vo, 2 coloured plates. 28

Philadelphia, 1817 2792 NARRATIVE of the Conduct and Adventures of Henry Frederic Moon,

now under sentence of Imprisonment in Connecticut, an Account of his Artifices, Impostures, Mechanical Ingenuity, &c. By

W. Bates, Sheriff of New Brunswick. 8vo, portrait. 28 6d 1817 2793 NARRATIVE of Occurrences in the Indian Countries of North America,

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New York, 1817 2795 SHORT View of the Present State of the Eastern Townships in Lower

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C. Stewart. 8vo, map. 18 6d 2796 STATEMENT respecting the Earl of Selkirk's Settlement of Kildonan

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1817 2797 TRIAL of John Hatchard, for a Libel on the Aides-de-Camp of Sir Jas.

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1817 2798 Watson's (Rev. Richard, Sec. of the Wesleyan Missions) Defence of

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1817 2799 ANTICIPATION of Marginal Notes, on the Declaration of Government

of 9th Jan., 1813, in the American National Intelligence. 8vo. 18 6d

1818 2800 BIRKBECK'S (Morris) Letters from Illinois. 8vo. 18

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1818 2804 IMPORTANT Extracts from recent Letters from the United States. By Emigrants. 8vo, second series. 18

1818 2805 MARRYAT's (Jos.) More Thoughts still on the State of the West India Colonies. 8vo. 18 6d

1818 2806 OFFICIAL Correspondence between Don Luis de Onis, Minister from

Spain to the United States of America, and John Quincy Adams, in relation to the Floridas and Boundaries of Louisiana. 8vo. 28 6d

1818 2807 PORDEN'S (Miss) The Arctic Expeditions. A Poem. 8vo 18. 6d1818 2808 REPORT of a Committee of the Linnaean Society of New England,

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the notice of any of the recent writers on this disputed fact in Natural History.


2809 South AMERICA.—Letter on the Present State of that Country, ad

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1818 2810 REMARKS on the Account of the late “ Voyage to Baffin's Bay, pub

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1819 2815 LETTER to the Earl of Liverpool from the Earl of Selkirk, accompanied

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1819 2816 Mc. DONELL's (Alex.) Narrative of Transactions in the Red River

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1819 2817 PAROLE and Documentary Evidence before a Committee of the House

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1819 2819 SAVAGE's (Will.) Observations on Emigration to the United States, illustrated by Original Facts. 8vo. 18

1819 2820 TRIAL of A. Arbuthnot and R. C. Ambrister, for exciting the Seminole

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1820 2822 LANGSDORFF (Le Chev. des) Memoire sur le Bresil pour servir de

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1820 2824 Wurtz, Mémoire sur le Moyen de réparer les torts faits au commerce de France par l'insurrection de l'isle de Saint-Dominue. 8vo. 18

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