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Plantarum, quas in America Septentrionali collegit et detexit. 2 vols. 8vo.
Parisiis, 1803. · Travels to the Westward of the Alleghany Mountains, in the States of Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee, and return to Charleston, through the Upper Carolinas, etc., in 1802. Translated by B. Lambert. 8vo.
Lond., 1805. MICHELL, GILBERT. Sermon at All Saints, in Derby, September 2oth, 1730. 8vo., pp. 28.
Lond., 1731. Michigan. Journals of the Proceedings of the Convention, held at
Ann Arbor, 14th December, 1836, in regard to the Admision of
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William Miller, and copious selections from Charles Fitch, Lewis Hersey, Josiah Litch, and others, with many original articles defending and illustrating the belief of Christ's Coming in 1843. 40. Nos. 1-26.
N. Y., 1842.
Miege, Guy. A New Dictionary, French and English, with another, English and French, etc. 4to.
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Phil., 1793. Miles, Mr. The Conduct of France towards Great Britain Examined. With an Appendix and Notes. 8vo.
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N. Y., 1795. Sermon, (4th July, 1795) at New York, before the Mechanic, Tammany, and Democratic Societies, etc. 8vo., pp. 33.
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N. Y., 1819. Miller, THOMAS. The Compleat Modellist; or, Art of Rigging;
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Boston, [1800.] Continuation of the History of the Province of Massachusetts Bay, from the year 1748 to 1765; with an Introductory Sketch of Events from its original Settlement. 2 vols. 8vo.
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• Lond., 1799. Minto, Walter. Researches into some parts of the Theory of the Planets, etc. 8vo., pp. 72.
Lond., 1783. - An Inaugural Oration on the Progress and Importance of the Mathematical Sciences. 8vo.
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