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1771. Same, etc., from May 6th, 1771, to September roth, 1772.

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Hartford, 1775. WHEELOCK, John. An Essay on the Beauties and Excellencies of Paint

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Learned Languages, at Dartmouth College. By the President. 8vo.

Hanover, 1809. WHELPLEY, PHILIP MELANCTHON. Sermon, 4th February, 1816, for

the Benefit of a Society of Ladies, instituted for the Relief of Poor Widows and Small Children. 8vo., pp. 31.

N. Y., 1816. WHELPLEY, SAMUEL. A Compend of History, from the Earliest Times. 2 vols. in 1. 8vo.

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Lond., 1701. WHIG FROM THE Start (A). An Appeal to the Whig National Con

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N. Y., 1848. Whilo, J. E. A History of Ann Moore, with the evidence substan

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Salem. An Antidote against Toryism; or, the Curse of Meroz. A Discourse on Judges v. 23. Dedicated to General Washington. 8vo., Pp. 34.

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WHITAKER, NATHANIEL. The Reward of Toryism. A Discourse on

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Phil., 1795.
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N. Y., 1801. WHITE, WILLIAM. Sermon before the General Convention of the

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