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Phil., 1795. Address to the People of the United States on declining to be a Candidate for the Office of President, etc. 8vo., pp. 23.
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1797 - Oration in Memory of the Virtues of . . . By a Member of a Literary Society. 8vo., pp. 23.
N. Y., 1800. - The Will of, to which is annexed a Schedule of his property directed to be sold. 12mo., pp. 23.
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Alexandria, 1803. - Proceedings of the Association of Citizens to erect a Monument in Honor of ... 12mo, pp. 16.
Boston, 1811. - Farewell Address to the People of the United States. 12mo.
N. Y., 1812. - Testimony of Washington, and the Congress of 1776, in favor of the Special Providence of God, and the Bible. 8vo.
Providence, 1836. and the Generals of the Revolution. Portraits. 2 vols., 12mo.
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WEBSTER, Daniel. Speech in the House of Representatives of the
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A Collection of Papers on the subject of Bilious Fevers, preva
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