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2629 LETTER from Alexr. Hamilton, concerning the Public Conduct and

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1800 2631 Norr (Eliphalet) Discourse in the Presbyterian Church, in Albany, at

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1800 2635 BARCLAY's Account of the Emancipation of the Slaves of Unity Valley Pen, in Jamaica. 8vo. 18

1801 2636 CRAWFORD's (C.) on the Propagation of the Gospel, in which there

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1801 2639 ORATION before the Caledonian Society of New York, on the Origin,

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1801 2641 THACHER (Thos. C.) Sermon at Lynn, on the Death of Mrs. Anne Carnes. 8vo. 1s 6d

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the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the United States of America, at Trenton, on the Consecration of the Right Rev. Bishop Moore, of New York. 8vo. 18

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Albany, 1803


2648 MONGROLE, La France Equinoxiale ou Expose-sommaire des

possessions de la Republique sous l'Equateur, comprenant une

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1803 2654 PRIESTLEY's (Joseph) Second Letter to the Rev. John Blair Linn,

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Northumberland, U.S. 1803 2655 Account of Louisiana, being abstract of documents transmitted to

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1804 2656 Mc Donald (John) Sermon on the Death of General Alexr. Hamilton. 8vo. 18 6d

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1804 2661 PUGNET (J. F. X.) Essai sur la Topographie de l'Isle de Sainte-Lucie. 4to. 28 6d

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Boston, 1805


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2668 FRENCH's (Eb.) Oration before the Young Democratic Republicans of Boston, on Anniversary of American Independence. 8vo. 18

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28 2670 LETTER from the Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States, to Lord Mulgrave. 8vo. 18

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Albany and Schnectady, 1805-7 2672 POPKIN's (John Snelling) Discourse at Haverhill, on the Funeral of

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1805 2675 War in Disguise, or the Frauds of the Neutral Flags. 8vo. 28 1805 2676 Account of the Massachusetts State Prison, containing a Description

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Louisa Calderon, with Letter to Sir Sam. Hood. By Col. Thos.
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2687 TRIAL of Thos. Picton, late Governor of Trinidad, for Torturing Louisa

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Paris, 1807 2692 GLEASON (Benjn.) Oration before the Republican Citizens of the Town of Hingham in Commemoration of American Independence. 8vo.

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Schenectady, 1807 2694 MEDFORD's (Macall) Oil without Vinegar, and Dignity without Pride,

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1807 2695 PAINE (Tom.), On the Cause of the Yellow Fever, addressed to the Board of Health in America. 8vo. 18

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Boston, 1808


2708 RUSSELL'S (John) Address to the Members of the Faustus Association,

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Washington, 1808 2713 THE KING against Picton. Mr. Dallas's Speech for a New Trial, in the Case of Louisa Calderon. 8vo. 18

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New York, (1805) 2715 TRIAL (in Full) of Gen. Whitelocke, Commander of the Attack on Buenos Ayres. 8vo, map. 28

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