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895. The History of America, by Wm. Robertson, 2 vols. 8vo. 1232. Neal's History of the Puritans, or the rise, principles, and sufferings, of the protestant dissenters, to the glorious era of the revolution, abridged by Edward Parsons, 2 vols. 8vo. 1483. Letters on French History, by J. Bigland, 12mo. Presented by L. fy F. Lockwood.
618. Annals of the American Revolution, or a record of the causes and events which produced and terminated in the establishment and independence of the American republic; to which are added, remarks on the principles and comparative advantages of the constitution of our national government, and an appendix containing a biography of the principal military officers who were instrumental in achieving our independence, by Jedidiah Morse, 8vo. 1463. Buchanan's Sketches of the History, Manners, and Customs, of the North American Indians, 2 vols, in 1, l^mo. Presented by Wm. Burtis, jr.
575. Cyropaedia, or the Institutions of Cyras, by Xenophon, translated from the Greek by the Hon. Maurice Ashley, 8vo. Presented by M. Clarkson, jr. 1255. Jefferson's Notes on the State of Virginia, with the appendix, 8vo.
576. Hume's History of England, in 8 vols. 8vo. Presented by His Excellency De Witt Clinton. L. LD.
584. Smollett's History of England, designed as a continuation to Hume's, being from the revolution of 1689, to the end of the American war, and peace of Versailles, in 1783, 6 vols. 8vo.
500. Goldsmith's History of England, from the earliest times, to the death of George II. with a continuation to the peace of Amiens, in 1802, by the Rev. Manley Wood, 2 vols. 8vo.
1240. History of Inventions and Discoveries by John Beckmunt, translated from the German, by W. Johnston, 4 vols. Gvo.
1057. Collection of the Official Accounts, in detail of all the battles fought, by sea and land, between the navy and army of the United States, and the navy and army of Great Britain, by H. A. Fay, 8vo. Presented by S. L. Mitchill, jr.
1058. History of the American Revolution, by Mrs. Mercy Warren, 3 vols. 8vo.
1080. An Historical Disquisition concerning the knowledge which the ancients had of India, and the progress of trade with that country, prior to the discovery of the passage to it by the cape of Good Hope, by Wm. Robertson, 8vo.
1081. History of the Reigns of Philip II. and Philip III., kings of Spain, by Robert Watson, 2 vols. 8vo.
921. A Military Journal during the American revolutionary war, from 1775 to 1783, describing interesting events and transactions of the period, with numerous historical facts and anecdotes, by James Thatcher, 8vo.
1194. Memoirs of the Court of King James I. by Lucy Aiken, 2 vols. 8vo.
1223. View of the State of Europe, during the middle ages, by Henry Hallam, 2 vols. 8vo.
1227. Greece in 1823-4, being a series of letters and documents on the Greek revolution, written during a visit to that country, by Col. Leicester Stanhope, 8vo.
1462. Historical Sketches of the Life of M. de La Fayette, and the leading events of the American revolution, 12mo. Presented by the author.
926. The History of Greece, by William Metford, in 8 vols. 8vo. 43. The History of the late War, containing its use, progress, and events in Europe, Asia, Africa and America, by the Rev. John Entick, AM., and other gentlemen, 5 vols. Presented by John L. Gardiner.
81. The History of Great Britain, from the revolution to the accession of the house of Hanoter, by Wm. Belsham, 2 vols.
82. The History of France, from the most early records to the death of Louis XVI. The ancient part by W. Beckford, the modern part by an English Gentleman, 4 vols. Presented by Augustus H. Ward.
192. Priestley's Lectures on History and Policy,
8vo. Presented by John L. Gardiner. 176. Official Letters of the military and naval officers of the United States during the war with Great Britain, with additional letters and documents, elucidating the history of that period, 8vo. by John Brannan. 706. Notes on Mexico, made in the autumn of 1822, accompanied by an historical sketch of the revolution, &c. by a citizen of the United States, (Poinsette) Svo. 1251. Do. do. do. 8vo. Presented by James Wright. 713. History of Massachusetts, from 1764 to 1775, when Gen. Washington took command of the American army, by Alden Bradford. 1274. Letters on French History, by J. Bigland,
13roo. Presented by H. Suydam. 1047. Archaeologia Americana, containing the transactions and collections of the American Antiquarian Society, with plates and maps, 8vo. 537. History of the Mexican Revolution, including a narrative of the expedition of Gen. Xavier Mina, with observations on the practicability of opening a commerce between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, through the Mexican isthmus, in the province of Oaxaca, and at the Lake of Nicaragua, and the future importance of such commerce, to the civilized world, and more especially to the United States, by William Davis Robinson, 8vo. Presented by Seth Hunt.
540. History of the reigns of Philip the Second and
Philip the Third, Kings of Spain, by Robert
Watson, 2 vols. 8vo. 542. History of the Progress and Termination of
the Roman Republic, by Adam Ferguson, 3 vols.
556. History of the Administration of John Adams., late President of the United States, by John Wood, 8vo. Presented by Win. M. Smith.
557. 558. Letters on the Study and use of History, by Lord Bolingbroke, 8vo. 2 copies. One copy presented by S. Wood <$. Sons.
1013. History of the War of the Independence of the United States of America, by Charles Botta, translated from the Italian by George Alexander Otis, 3 vols. 8vo. 991. Anecdotes of the Revolutionary war in America, with sketches of characters, by Alexander Garden, 8vo. 993. History of the Expedition to Russia by the Emperor Napoleon, in the year 1812, by Gen. Count Philip de Segur, with a map, 8vo.
1001. History of Ireland, from its union with Great Britain, in January 1801, to Oct. 1810, by Francis Plowden, 3 vols. 8vo. (Dublin edition.) Presented by Alexander J. Cotheal.
iGO. Park on Insurance, 8vo.
159. Do. on do. 8vo. Presented by George Arnold.
188. The Constitutions of the United States, according to the latest amendments; to which are prefixed the Declaration of Independence, and the Federal Constitution, 8vo. 243. Charges, delivered at sundry times by the honourable Jacob Rush, President of the third district of the Court of Common Pleas, State of Pennsylvania, 24 mo. Presented by Samuel Wood <$. Sons. 959. A Commentary and Review of Montesquieu's Spirit of Laws, by Tracy, 8vo. Presented by E. S. Kimberly, of Troy. 091. Trial of Robert M. Goodwin, for killing James Stoughton, Esq. in Broadway, reported by Win. Sampson, 8vo.
1273. A Brief Digest of American Commercial Law, by J. C. Gillelands, Esq. 12mo.
1043. Arunie's Maritime Law of Europe, 2 vols, 8vo. Presented by Jin&on Kimberly.
1094. Constitutions of the United States, with the latest amendments, the declaration of independence, and federal constitution, 8vo.
2024. Acts and Laws of Connecticut, folio. Presented by Edwin Burr.
2065. Lex Mercatoria, a complete code of commercial law, by Windham Beawes, improved by Joseph Chitty, 2vols. 4to. Presented by J. Pintard.
1036. Montesquieu's Spirit of Laws, 2 vols. 8vo. Presented by M. Clarkson, jr.
1540. Compendium of the Law of Marine Insurances, Bottomry, Insurance on Lives, and against Fire, by Alexander Annesley, 12mo. Presented by L. D. Cook. 985. Reports of the trials of Col. Aaron Burr, for treason, and for a misdemeanor, 2 vols. 8vo.
1149. Lex Mercatoria Americana, or an Inquiry into the Law Merchant of the United States; on several heads of commercial importance, by George Caines, 8vo. Presented by John Rankin.