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2575 MALOUET (M.) Examen de cette question, quel sera pour les Colonies

de l'Amerique le resultat de la Revolution Françoise, de la guerre

qui en est la suite et de la Paix qui doit la terminer ? 8vo. 186d 1797 2576 MONROE's View. of the Conduct of the Executive in the Foreign Affairs of the United States. 8vo, with curious folding caricature. 28 6d

Philadelphia, 1797 2577 OBSERVATIONS on the Debates in Congress on the Addresses to Wash

ington on his resignation. By Peter Porcupine (W. Cobbett). Svo. 18

1797 2578 PAUL JONES, ou Prophecies sur l'Amerique, l'Angleterre, la France,

l’Espagne, la Hollande, &c. y joint le rêve d'un Suisse sur la Revolution de l'Amerique. 8vo, rare. 58

De l’ere de l'Independence de l'Amerique, l'an v. 2579 PICKERING's Letter to the Chevalier de Yrujo, Envoy Extraordinary of

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1797 2580 RUSHTON'S (Edward) Expostulatory Letter to Geo. Washington, on

his continuing to be a proprietor of Slaves. 12mo. 18 Liverpool, 1797 2581 SMITH (Dr. J. B.) Sermon at the Dutch Church in Albany, before the

Northern Missionary Society, in the State of New York, at their
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Schenectady, 1797 2582 THE ANTIGALLICAN, or the Lover of his own Country, in a Series of

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Phil. 1797 2583 TURNBULL'S (R. J., of South Carolina) Visit to the Philadelphia Prison. 8vo. 18 6d

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1798 2585 ANDRE, a Tragedy, in five Acts, as performed by the Old American

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1798 2587 AUTHENTIC NARRATIVE of the Mutiny on board the Ship Lady Shore,

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N. Y., about 1798

2591 EXTRACTS from the Minutes of Council on the Waste Lands of the Crown in Lower Canada. Two parts, 12mo. 28

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1798 2595

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

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