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Officers of the Army of the United States, etc. With an engraving. 8vo., pp. 16.

Boston, 1802. - The Institution and Proceedings of the Society of the, formed May 10, 1783. With the Proceedings of the Massachusetts State Society, from its Organization, June 9, 1783, to July 4, 1811. 8vo.

Boston, 1812. · The Institution of the Society of the, formed by Officers of the American Army of Revolution; together with some of the Proceedings of the General Society and New York State Society; with List of Officers and Members of. 8vo.'

N. Y., 1851. CINCINNATI. Historical Society. Annals of the. No. 1. 8vo.

Cincinnati, 1845. - Annual Reports of the Young Men's Mercantile Library Associa

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Mercantile Library Association, 1848.
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Cincinnati, 1841. Citizen. The Other Side of the Question; or, a Defence of the Liber

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N. Y., 1774. CLAESSE, LAWRENCE. Ne Orhoengene neoni Yogaraskhagh Yondere

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Dangerous and Pernicious Errors to Church and State in Mr.
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History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England. 3d vol.,
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Phil., 1813. CLARKE, ADAM. A Letter to a Methodist Preacher, on his Entrance

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Lond. CLELAND, Henry. Memoirs of the Life of William Pitt; with Notices

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