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CLINTON, De Witt. Oration on Benevolence, delivered before the
Society of Black Friars, in New York, roth November, 1794. 8vo.
N. Y., 1795. - Sermon addressed to him, as Mayor of the City of New York. By Amphiaraus. 8vo., pp. 13. '
N. Y., June, 1804. - Speech in the Senate of the State of New York, Tuesday, January 31, 1809. 8vo.
N. Y., 1809. Letters of Marcus and Philo-Cato, addressed to. New edition. 8vo.
N. Y., 1810. - An Address to the Benefactors and Friends of the Free School Society of New York, delivered on the Opening of that Institution ... 11th December, 1809. 8vo., pp. 18. N. Y., 1810. - Anniversary Discourse, delivered before the New York Historical Society, December 6, 1811. 8vo.
N. Y., 1812. - Speeches in the Senate of the United States, in 1803, against a War with Spain. 8vo.
N. Y., 1812. An Introductory Discourse, delivered before the Literary and Philosophical Society of New York, on the 4th May, 1814. 8vo.
N. Y., 1815. Discourse delivered before the American Academy of the Arts, 23d O&tober, 1816. 8vo., pp. 30.
N. Y., 1816. - Speech of Governor, to the Legislature of the State of New York, on the 6th day of January, 1819. 8vo.
Albany, 1819. - Speech of His Excellency the Governor, delivered to the Legislature of the State of New York, January 4, 1820. 8vo.
Albany, 1820. - Message . . . to the House of Assembly, January 18, 1821.
Izmo., pp. 52. - Speeches ... before the Legislature of New York, between the years 1817 and 1823. 8vo., pp. 78.
N. Y., 1823. - Discourse delivered at Schenectady, July 22, A. D. 1823, before the New York Alpha of the Phi Beta Kappa. 8vo., pp. 47.
'Albany, 1823. CLINTON MONUMENT (The). Report of the Committee on the Cha
racter and Location of the Monument to the Memory of De Witt Clinton. 8vo.
1848. CLINTON, GEORGE, JR. Oration, New York, 4th July, 1798. 8vo. N.Y. CLINTON, George W. Oration delivered at the Celebration of the
Sixth Anniversary of Firemen's Lodge No. 19, I. O. O. F. (Odd
Fellows' Celebration, Albany, March 21, 1843).
with Sir Peter Parker, on the Attack of Sullivan's Isand, in South
Lond., 1783. CLINTON, Sir Henry. Observations on Earl Cornwallis’ Answer to Sir Henry Clinton's Narrative. With an Appendix. 8vo., pp. 113.
Lond., 1783. - Correspondence between, and Licut.-General Earl Cornwallis.
8vo., pp. 76. MS. Notes in margin, etc.] Close, John. Discourse at Waterford, before the Orange Lodge No.
43, on the Anniversary Festival of St. John the Baptist, 1800. 4to.
Lansingburgh, 1800. - Discourse on Relative and Federal Holiness, etc. 12mo., pp. 32.
Lansingburgh, 1808. CLOUGH, Simon. A Candid Appeal to the Citizens of the United
States, proving that the Doctrines advanced, etc. by the Abolitionists, relative to the subject of Emancipation, are Inconsistent with the Teachings, etc. of the Bible.
N. Y., 1834. Clowes, John. Sermons on various subjects. 12mo. N. Y., 1815. Clowes, TIMOTHY. Prospectus of the Hempstead Academy, April, 1818.
1819. Cloyne, BISHOP OF. Review of his Book, on the Present State of the Church of Ireland, etc. 8vo., pp. 18.
Dublin, 1787. CLUBB, STEPHEN. A Journal, containing an Account of the Wrongs, Sufferings and Neglect experienced by Americans in France. 8vo.
Boston, 1809. [CLUNY, ALEXANDER.] The American Traveller; containing Obser
vations on the Present State, Culture, and Commerce of the British Colonies in America, etc. 12mo., pp. 89.
1770. COAL AND MINING Co. Memorial of the North American, to the
Legislature of New York, etc. 8vo., pp. 16. COALITION of Patriots Delineated. 8vo., pp. 47. Lond., 1735. COAST OF FRANCE. Journal of the Campaign on the, 1758. 8vo., pp. 102.
Lond., 1758. Coast HARBORS, etc. of Oregon. Report of Lieut. Howison, U. S.
Navy, on the; the Result of an Examination in 1846. Coast Survey. See United States. COBB, Lyman. Discussion on the Merits of Noah Webster's Orthography, etc. 8vo.
N. Y., 1845. COBBETT, WILLIAM. A Bone to Gnaw for the Democrats; or, Obser
vations on a Pamphlet, entitled “The Political Progress of Britain.” Second edition, revised. 8vo.
Phil., 1795. - Same. Part II. 8vo.
Phil., 1795: A Little Plain English, addressed to the People of the United States, on the Treaty, etc. 8vo., pp. II. - A Kick for a Bite; or, Review upon Review. With a Critical Essay upon the Works of Mrs. S. Rowson, etc. 8vo., pp. 31.
Phil., 1795. - A Rub from Snub; or, a Cursory Analytical Epistle, addressed to Peter Porcupine, etc., containing Glad Tidings for the Democrats, and a Word of Comfort to Mrs. S. Rowson. 8vo., pp. 78.
Phil., 1795. COBBETT, William. A Roaster; or, a Check to the Progress of Poli
tical Blasphemy: intended as a Brief Reply to Peter Porcupine, alias Billy Cobler. By Sim Sansculotte. 8vo. Phil., 1796. - A New Year's Gift to the Democrats; or, Observations on a Pamphlet, entitled “A Vindication of Mr. Randolph's Resignation." 8vo.
.Phil., 1796. A Pill for Porcupine, etc.; containing a Vindication of the American, French and Irish Characters against his Scurrilities. By a Friend to Political Equality. 8vo.
Phil., 1796. Christianity Contrasted with Deism; or, the Present Religion of France. 12mo.
Phil., 1796. - Congratulatory Epistle to the Redoubtable Peter Porcupine, on his “Complete Triumph,” etc., a Poem, by Peter Grievous, Jr., etc. 8vo., pp. 44.
Phil., 1796. - Prospect from the Congress Gallery, during the Session begun December 5, 1795. 8vo., pp. 68.
Phil., 1796. Observations on the Emigration of Dr. Joseph Priestley, and on the several Addresses delivered to him on his Arrival at New York. 8vo., pp. 64.
Phil., 1796. The Impofter Detected; or, a Review of some of the Writings of Peter Porcupine. By T. Tickletoby. With a Refreshment, etc., by Samuel F. Bradford. 8vo.
Phil., 1796. The Life and Adventures of Peter Porcupine ; with a Full and Fair Account of all his Authoring Transactions, etc. 8vo.
Phil., 1796. The Scare-Crow; being an Infamous Letter sent to Mr. John Oldden, etc. 8vo., pp. 23.
Phil., 1796. – The Political Censor; or, Monthly Review of the most Interesting Political Occurrences relative to the United States of America. 8vo., pp. 70.
Phil., 1796. - Same, for the Month of April, 1796; containing Debates in the
House of Representatives, etc. 8vo., pp. 169. Phil., 1796. – Same, for the Month of May, 1796. 8vo. Phil., 1796. - Same, for the Month of September, 1796; containing the Life of Thomas Paine, etc. 8vo., pp. 169.
Phil., 1796. - Same, for the Month of November, 1796; containing Observations on the Insolent and Seditious Notes communicated to the People of the United States by the late French Minister, Adet, etc. 8vo., pp. 78.
Phil., 1796. -- Same, for the Month of December, 1796; containing Remarks
on the Debates in Congress, also, a Letter to “the Infamous Tom Paine,” etc. 8vo., pp. 65.
Phil., 1796. - Same, for the Month of January, 1797. 8vo., pp. 51.
Phil., 1797. Same, for March, 1797 ; containing a Letter from a Gentleman in England to his Friend in America, etc. 8vo., pp. 117.
Phil., 1797. Observations on the Debates of the American Congress, on the
Addresses presented to General Washington on his Resignation, etc. 8vo.
Rep. Lond., 1797. COBBETT, WILLIAM. The Last Confession and Dying Speech of Peter
Porcupine; with an Account of his Dissection. 8vo.
N. Y., 1797;
French Arrogance; or, “ The Cat let out of the Bag:” a Poetical
Phil., 1798. - The Republican Judge; or, the American Liberty of the Press, as Exhibited, Explained and Exposed, in the Cafe and partial Prosecution of William Cobbett, for Libel, etc., before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. With an Address to the People of England. Second edition. 8vo.
Lond., 1798. - The Rush Light of Peter Porcupine, Nos. 1, 2, of Vol. I., 15th February, 1800. 8vo., pp. 112.
N. Y., 1800. Porcupine's Works; containing various Writings and Selections, exhibiting a Faithful Picture of the United States of America, etc., etc., from the End of the War in 1783, to the Election of the President, in March, 1801. 12 vols. 8vo. Lond., May, 1801. - Collection of Facts and Observations relative to the Peace with Bonaparte, etc. 8vo.
Phil., 1802. The Ninth Letter to Lord Hawkesbury, relative to the Peace with Bonaparte. 8vo.
Phil., 1802. Paper against Gold, and Glory against Posterity; or, an Account of the Rise, Progress, Extent, and Present State of the Funds, and of the Paper Money of Great Britain, etc. 2 vols. 8vo.
Lond., 1815. - See Erskine, Moreau de Saint-Mery. COBBY, John. Poetic Essays on the Glory of Christ, and on the
Divinity and Work of the Holy Spirit. 8vo. N. Y., 1797. COCKBURN, John. A Journey over Land, from the Gulf of Honduras
to the Great South Sea; performed by John Cockburn and Five other Englishmen, etc. 8vo.
Lond., 1735. COCKMAN, THOMAS. Tully's Three Books of Offices, in English. With Notes, etc. Seventh edition. 12mo.
Lond., 1753. CODE Civil. Projet du, Redige par la Commiflion nommce par le Magnifique Conseil des Deux Cents. 8vo., pp. 172.
A Geneve, 1783. CODE RURAL; ou Maximes et Reglemens concernant les Biens de Campagne, etc. Tome Premier. 8vo.
A Paris, 1749. CODES DE EMPIRE FRANCAIS. 12mo.
A Paris, 1812. CODMAN, John. Massachusetts Election Sermon, January 1, 1840. 8vo., pp. 32.
Boston, 1840. Coe, Jonas. Sermon occasioned by the Death of General Washington, Troy, January 12, 1800. 8vo., pp. 16.
Troy, 1800. COETLOGON, Charles E. De. Sermon upon Judges iï. 20, as an Antidote to Infidelity, Arianism and Immorality. 12mo., pp. 80.
Lond., 1773. COETLOGON, Charles E. DE. The Patriot King and Patriot People :
Fast Sermon, published for the Benefit of the French Emigrant
Lond. - A Token of Respect to the Memory of the Right Hon. Sir Sidney Stafford Smythe, late Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, etc. 8vo.
Lond., 1778. Coffin, Charles. Address before the Rockingham Sacred Music
Society, Exeter, May 10, 1815. 8vo., pp. 11. Exeter, 1815. COFFIN, Charles. History of the Battle of Breed's Hill, by several Generals Compiled by, etc. 8vo.
Portland, 1835. - The Life and Services of Major-General John Thomas. Compiled by. 8vo., pp. 33.
N. Y., 1844. - The Lives and Services of Major-General John Thomas, Colonel Thomas Knowlton, Colonel Alexander Scammell, Major-General Henry Dearborn. 12mo.
N. Y., 1845. Coffin, Paul. Discourse at the Ordination of Rev. Eben Coffin, Brunswick, January 23, 1794. 8vo., pp. 28.
Newburyport, 1794. – Massachusetts Election Sermon, May 29, 1799. 8vo. Bolton. Cogan, Henry. The Voyages and Adventures of Ferd. M. Pinto, a Portugal ... Folio.
Lond., 1663. Coghlan, Mrs. [MARGARET), Daughter of the late Major Moncrieffe.
Memoirs of, written by Herself; containing Anecdotes of the late
N. Y., 1795. Cogswell, James. Connecticut Election Sermon, May 9, 1771. 8vo.
New London. Cogswell, William. Fast Sermon, April 3, 1828. 8vo., pp. 22.
Boston, 1828. - Christian Philanthropist; or, Harbinger of the Millenium. With
an Introductory Effay, by James Matheson. Second edition. 12mo.
Boston, 1839. Coinage. Notes on the Establishment of a Money Mint, and of a Coinage for the United States. 12mo.
[1784.] Coins. Report of Gold and Silver Coins, by a Select Committee of the
House of Representatives of the United States, February 19, 1834. [House Document 278, 23d Congress, ift Session.]
Washington, 1834. Coir, Thomas W. Puritanism; or, a Churchman's Defence against its Aspersions, by an Appeal to its own History. 12mo.
N. Y., 1845. Coke, Thomas, and Henry Moore. Life of John Wesley, including
an Account of the Great Revival of Religion in Europe and America. 8vo.
Lond., 1792. Colbert, Jean Baptist. Political Testament of, etc. Translated from the French. 16mo.
Lond., 1695. COLBURN, ZERAH. Memoir of; written by Himself. 12mo.
Springfield, Mass., 1833.