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Dalton, J. Sermon occasioned by the Death of the Rev. P. Simson, Coventry, July 18, 1773. 8vo., pp. 32. Coventry, 1773.

Dalton, John. Meteorological Observations and Essays. 8vo.

Lond., 1793.

Daly, Charles P. Historical Sketch of the Judicial Tribunals of NewYork, from 1623 to 1846. 8vo., pp. 68. N. Y., 1855.

Dal2el, Archibald. The History of Dahomy, an Inland Kingdom of Africa; compiled from Authentic Memoirs; with an Introduction and Notes. 4t0. Lond., 1793.

Damon, David. Sermon at Charlton, Massachusetts, September 14, 1826, at the Annual Meeting of the Auxiliary Bible Society in the County of Worcester. 8vo. pp. 27. Worcester.

Dampier, Thomas, Bishop of Rochester. Sermon before the Incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gofpel in Foreign Parts, February 21, 1806. 8vo., pp. 72. Lond., 1806.

Dana, Daniel. Discourse on Music, Addressed to the Essex Musical Association, September 12,1803. 8vo.,pp. 19. Newburyport, 1803.

Importance of Virtue and Piety as Qualifications of Rulers. Discourse delivered March 31, 1805. 8vo., pp. 27.

Newburyport, 1805.

A Sermon preached in Boston before the Massachusetts Society

for Promoting Christian Knowledge, May 28, 1817. 8vo., pp. 59. Andover, 1817.

A Sermon on the Deity of Christ, delivered July 31, 1810, before the Haverhill Association. Second edition, with Appendix. 8vo., pp. 32. Newburyport, 1819.

Dana, James. A Sermon preached before the General Assembly of the State of Connecticut, at Hartford, on the Day of the Anniversary Election, May 13, 1779. 8vo., pp. 46. Hartford, 1779.

Sermon, April 29, 1789, at his Installation, New Haven. 8vo.,

pp. 43. New Haven, 1789.

Sermon at New Haven, at the Interment of Rev. Dr. E2ra Stiles,

President of Yale College. 8vo., pp. 38. New Haven, [1795].

Sermon at the Ordination of the Rev. Daniel Huntington to

the Pastoral Care of the First Church and Society in Litchfield, Connecticut, Oetober 17, 1798.

Sermon at the Ordination of the Rev. Andrew Yates, delivered

at East Hartford, December 13, 1801. 8vo. Hartford, 1802.

The Wisdom of Observing the Footsteps of Providence. A Sermon preached at Weathersfield on the Annual Thanksgiving, November 28, 1805.

Sermons to Young People, preached A. D. I 803-4. 8vo.

New Haven, 1806.

Dana, Joseph. Sermon at the Ordination of the Rev. Daniel Dana, Newburyport, December 19, 1794. 8vo., pp. 37.

Newburyport, 1795.

Sermon at the Ordination of Rev. David Smith, Amesbury, January 28, 1795. 8vo., pp. 35. Newburyport. Dana, Joseph. Fast Discourse, delivered April 25, 1799. 8vo.

Boston, 1799.

Sermon at the Ordination of Mr. Samuel Dana, delivered October 7, 1801. 8vo. Salem, 1801.

Sermon before the Merrimac Humane Society, September 4,

1804. 8vo., pp. 30. Newburyport, 1804.

Integrity Explained and Recommended. Sermon at an Association Lecture, September 8, 1807. 8vo., pp. 24. Salem, 1808.

Sermon in Boston, before the Massachusetts Society for Promoting

Christian Knowledge, 21st October, 1812. 8vo., pp. 28.

Cambridge, 18i2.

Dana, Richard H. Poem delivered before the Porter Rhetorical Society, in the Theological Seminary, Andover, September 22, 1829. 8vo. Boston, 1829.

Dana, Richard H., Jr. Facts, Arguments and Documents, relative to the Ether Discovery. 8vo. Boston, 1848.

Dana, Samuel W. Speech in the House of Representatives of the United States on a Resolution concerning Francis J. Jackson, Minister Plenipotentiary from Great Britain to the United States, December 19, 1809. 8vo. Washington, 1810.

Dane, John. A Declaration of Remarkable Providences in the Course of my Life. . . . 8vo., pp. 16. Boston, 1854.

Danforth, John. Sermon occasioned by the late Great Earthquake, etc., Dorchester, November 7, 1727. 8vo. Boston, 1728.

Danforth, Samuel. Piety Encouraged; a Discourse to the People of Taunton, etc. i2mo., pp. 25. Boston, 1705.

See Bridgewater's Monitor.

Danforth, Thomas. Oration at Boston (4th July, 1804). 8vo., pp.

23. Boston, 1804. Discourse before the Humane Society of Massachusetts, June 14,

1808. 8vo., pp. 39. Boston, 1808.

Danican, Augustus. Banditti Unmasked; or, Historical Memoirs of

the Present Times. Translated from the French, by John Gifford.

8vo., pp. 263. Lond., 1797.

Daniel, Gabriel. The History of France, from the Time the French

Monarchy was Established in Gaul to the Death of Louis XIV.

Translated into English. 5 vols., 8vo. Lond., 1726.

Daniel, Samuel. The Collection of the History of England. Fifth

edition, with a Continuation unto the Reign of Henry VII. By

JohnTrussel. Folio. Lond., 1685.

Danois. Le Politique, ou l'Ambition des Anglais Demasquec par leurs

Pirateries. i8mo. Copenhague, 1756.

D'anvers, Caleb. The Crastsman Extraordinary; or, Remarks on a

Pamphlet . . . 8vo., pp. 28. Lond., 1729.

Dapper, 0. See Montanus.

Daponte, Loren2o. Life of Himself. i2mo. N.Y., 1807.

Danvers, John Thierry. A Picture of a Republican Magistrate of the New School; being a Full-length Likeness os his Excellency

Thomas Jefferson, President of the United States. With a Short
Criticism on the Characters and Pretensions of Mr. Madison, Mr.
Clinton, and Mr. Pinckney. 8vo. N. Y., 1808.

Darby, William. A Geographical 'Description of the State of Louisiana, the Southern Part of the State of Mississippi, and Territory of Alabama, etc. 8vo. N. Y., 1807.

The Emigrant's Guide to the Western and South Western States

and Territories, etc. 8vo. N.Y., 1818.

A Tour from the City of New York to Detroit, in the Michigan

Territory, made between the 2d of May and the 22d of September, 1818. 8vo. N.Y. 1819.

and Theodore Dwight, Jr. A New Ga2etteer of the United

States of America, etc. 8vo. Hartford, 1833.

Universal Ga2etteer. A Dictionary Geographical, Historical and

Statistical, etc. 8vo. Phil., 184c.

Darcie, Abraham. The True and Royal History of the Famous Empresse Eli2abeth, Queen of England, France and Ireland. 4to.

Lond., 1625.

Darg, John P. Exposition of the Proceedings of, *nd others, in relation to the Robbery of, etc. N. Y., 1840.

Darien. A Just and Modest Vindication of the Scot's Design for the having Established a Colony at Darien, etc. 8vo. 1699.

Darkness At Noon; or, the Great Solar Eclipse, 16th June, 1806, described, etc. i2mo., pp. 34. Boston, 1806.

Daru, M. Le Comte. Rapport sait a la Commission sur le Trace du Chemin de Fer de Paris a Chalons-sur-Saone. 4to. Paris, 1843.

Darwin, Erastus. Works. 5 vols. 8vo. [First American edition.]

N. Y., 1798.

Dathe, M. A. An Essay on the History of Hamburgh, from the Foundation of that City to the Convention between the Senate and Burghers, in the year 1712. 8vo. Lond., 1766.

Daubenton, Le Citoyen. Extrait de l'Instruction pour les Bergers et les Proprietaires de Troupeaux. i8mo. Argentan, 1792.

Daudet, Charles Alexis. Le Petit Censeur. Semaine critique et Littcraire, Francaise et Anglais. Nos. 1-i2. 8vo. Phil., 1805.

Davalos, Josephus Emanuel De. De Morbis nonnullis Limae grassantibus ipsorumque therapeia. i2mo. Monspelii, 1787.

Daveiss, J. H. A View of the President's Conduct concerning the Conspiracy of 1806. 8vo. Frankfort, Ky., 1807.

[d'avenant, Charles.] Discourses on the Public Revenues, and on the Trade of England. With a Discourse upon Improving the Revenue of the State of Athens; written originally in Greek, by Xenophon, now made English by W. M. 2 vols. 8vo.

Lond., 1698.

Essay upon the Methods of Making a People Gainers in the Balance of Trade. 8vo. Lond., 1699.

—— Political and Commercial Works, corrected and revised by Sir Charles Whitworth, etc. 5 vols. 8vo. . Lond., 1771.

Davenport, A. Benedict. Genealogy of the Davenport Family, in England and America, i2mo. N. Y., 1851.

Davenport, Bishop. A History and New Ga2etteer; or, Geographical Dictionary of North America and the West Indies, etc. 8vo.

N. Y., 1842.

Davenport, Ebene2er. Oration on the Death of General Washington, Stamford, Connecticut, 22d February, 1800. 8vo., pp. 15.

N. Y., 1800.

Davenport, John. The Power of Congregational Churches asserted and vindicated, etc. 8vo. Lond., 1672.

David, F. A. Abrege de la Vie des plus Illustres Philosophes deTAntiquite, etc. Ornc de portraits. 8vo. Paris, 1822.

Davi D's Psalmen. 18mo. 17 5 3.

David's Psalms. i6mo. N. Y., 1767.

Same. Twenty-sixth edition. Boston, N. E., 1774.

Same. Sternhold and Hopkins. Lond., 1806.

Davidson, Lucretia Maria. Amir Khan; and other Poems, etc. With a Biographical Sketch, by Samuel F. B. Morse. 12mo.

N. Y., 1829.

Davidson, Robert. An Excursion to the Mammoth Cave and the Barrens of Kentucky; with some Notices of the Early Settlement of the State. i2mo. Phil., 1840.

History of the Presbyterian Church of the State of Kentucky;

with a Preliminary Sketch of the Churches in the Valley of Virginia. 8vo. N. Y., 1847.

Davidson, Richard O. A Description of the Aerostat; or, a Practical Mode of Aerostation. N. Y., 1841.

Davidson, Thomas. The Real Christian, distinguished from the Hypocrite: a Discourse from Revelations iii. 1. 8vo., pp. 24.

Charlestown, 1802.

Da Vie, John Constanse. Letters from Paraguay: describing the Settlements of Monte Video and Buenos Ayres, etc. 8vo.

Lond., 1805.

Davies, Benjamin. Sermon at Haberdashers' Hall, London, on the Death of Rev. Thomas Gibbons, D. D. 8vo.,pp. 30. Lond., 1785.

Sermon at the Opening of the New Chapel, in Bridge Street,

Bristol, August 24, 1786. With an Introductory Address, by
James Manning. 8vo., pp. 28. Lond.

Davies, Samuel. The State of Religion among the Protestant Dissenters in Virginia: in a Letter to the Rev. Mr. Jos. Bellamy, etc. 8vo., pp. 44. Boston, 1751.

Sermon from Isaiah lxii. 1. 8vo., pp. 38. [Presace by S. Finley

—title-page wanting.] [1752,"

The Curse of Cowardice! a Sermon preached to the Militia

Hanover County, in Virginia, May 8, 1758. i2mo., pp. 36.

Lond., 1758.

Sermons on Important Subjects . . . Memoirs of the Author,

etc. Third edition. 3 vols. 8vo. Boston, 1811. Davila, H. C. Historia delle Guerre civili di Francia. Folio.

In Roano, 1646.

The Historic of the Civil Warres of France. Translated from

the Italian. Folio. • Lond., 1647.

The Continuation and Conclusion of the Civill Warres of* France.

Translated from the originalI. Folio. Lond., 1648.

Davis, A. Lecture on the Discovery of America by the Northmen, Five-hundred years before Columbus, etc. Third edition. 8vo., pp. 23. _N. Y., 1839.

History of New Amsterdam; or, New York As it Was, in the

Days of the Dutch Governors . . . i6mo. N.Y., 1854.

Davis, George Lynn-lachlan. The Day Star of American Freedom; or, the Birth and Early Growth of Toleration in the Province of Maryland . . . etc. i2mo. N. Y., 1855. •

Davis, Henry. Vermont Election Sermon, October i2, 1815. 8vo.

Montpelier.

A Narrative of the Embarrassments and Decline of Hamilton

College. 8vo., pp. 151. A Farewell Address to the Students of Hamilton College. 8vo.,

pp. 20. N. Y., 1833.

Davis, John. An Eulogy on General Washington, pronounced at

Boston, before the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. 4to.,

pp. 24. Boston, 1800. Address before the Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society, at

their Annual Meeting, May 31, 1799. 8vo., pp. 24.

Boston, 1799.

An Oration pronounced at Worcester, Massachusetts, on the

Fortieth Anniversary of American Independence. 8vo., pp. 23.

Worcester, 1816.

Davis, John. Travels of Four Years and a Half in the United States . of America, during 1798, 1799, 1800, 1801, and 1802. Dedicated to Thomas Jefferson. 8vo. Lond., 1803.

Travels in Louisiana and the Floridas, in the year 1802; giving

a Correct Picture of thofe Countries. Translated from the French [of Berquin du Vallon], with Notes. 12mo. N. Y., 1806.

Davis, Matthew L. Report of the Case between the Rev. Cave Jones and the Rector and Inhabitants of the City of New York, etc. 8vo. N. Y., 1813.

Memoirs of Aaron Burr; with Selections from his Correspondence. 2 vols. 8vo. N. Y., 1838.

Private Journal of Aaron Burr, during Four Years' Residence in

Europe; with Selections from his Correspondence. 2 vols. 8vo.

N. Y., 1838.

Davis, N. S. History of Medical Education and Institutions in the United States, from the First Settlement of the British Colonies to the year 1850, etc. 8vo. Chicago, 1841.

Davis, Paris M. An Authentick History of the late War between the United States and Great Britain, etc. i2mo. Ithaca, 1829.

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