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Hale, M. Spring Water versus River Water, for Supplying the City of New York . . . etc. 8vo., pp. 50 N. Y., 1835.
[hale, N.] Remarks on the Practicability and Expediency of Establishing a Rail Road in one or more Routes from Boston to the Connecticut River. By the Editor of the Boston Daily Advertiser. 8vo., pp. 71. Boston, 1827.
Hale, Sir Matthew. The Primitive Origination of Mankind Considered and Examined, according to the Light of Nature. Folio.
—— Pleas of the Crown; or, a Methodical Summary of the Principal Matters relating to that Subject. With his Treatise on Sheriff's Accompts, and a Tryal of Witches. 8vo. Lond., 1707.
The History of the Common Law. Fourth edition, etc. By
Charles Runnington. 8vo. Dublin, 1792.
Hale, Salma. Annals of the Town of Keene, from its First Settlement in 1734, to the year 1790. 8vo., pp. 69. Concord, 1826.
History of the United States, from their First Settlement as Colonies, to the Close of the Administration of Mr. Madison, in 1817. [Fam. Lib.] 2 vols. i2mo. N. Y., 1841.
Hales, John, of Eton. Golden Remains of the Ever Memorable. 4to. Lond., 1659.
Hales, John G. A Survey of Boston and its Vicinity, etc. i2mo.
Hales, Stephen. Vegetable Staticks; or, an Account of some Statical Experiments on the Sap in Vegetables. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond., 1727-33.
Account of some Experiments and Observations on Mr. Stephens'
Medicines for Dissolving the Stone, etc. 8vo., pp. 66. Lond.
Half-pay. A Collection of Papers relative to, and Commutation thereof, granted by Congress to the Officers of the Army. With a Circular Letter from General Washington to the several Legislatures of the United States. 4to. Boston, 1783."
Halhed, Nathaniel Brassey. Answer to Dr. Horne's Second Pamphlet, etc. 8vo., pp. 34. Lond., 1795.
Testimony of the Authenticity of the Prophecies of Richard
Brothers, etc. 8vo., pp. 40. Lond., 1795.
Haliburton, Thomas C. An Historical and Statistical Account of Nova Scotia. Map and engravings. 2 vols. 8vo. Halisax, 1829
Halkett, John. Historical Notes respecting the Indians of North America. 8vo. Lond., 1825.
Hall, Benjamin H. History of Eastern Vermont, from its Earliest Settlement to the Close of the Eighteenth Century. With a Biographical Chapter and Appendixes. 8vo. N. Y., 1857.
[hall, Captain.] The History of the Civil War in America. Vol. I., comprehending the Campaigns of 1775, '76, and '77. By an Officer of the Army. Second edition. 8vo. Lond., 1780.
Hall, David. Thanksgiving Sermon for the Entire Reduction of Canada, etc., delivered October 9, 1760. 8vo. Boston, 1761. Hall, Edwin. The Puritans and their Principles. 8vo.
N. Y., 1846.
The Ancient Historical Records of Norwalk, Conn. With a
Plan of the Ancient Settlement, and of the Town in 1847. i2mo.
Hall, Frederick. Eulogy on the late Solomon Metcalf Allen . . .
March 17, 1808. 8vo., pp. 16. Middlebury, 1818. Statistical Account of the Town of Middlebury, in the State of
Vermont, etc. 8vo. Boston, 1821.
Catalogue of Minerals found in the State of Vermont, etc. 8vo.
Hall, James. The West: its Soil, Sursace, and Productions. 12mo.
Hall, J. Prescott. Discourse delivered before the New England Society of New York, December 22, 1847. N. Y., 1848.
Hall, John. An Oration delivered at Tolland, Conn., before the Washington Benevolent Society, February 22d, 1814. 8vo.
Hall, Joseph. Oration at Boston, 4th July, 1800. 8vo., pp. 24.
Hall, Robert. A Friendly Address to the Methodists. i2mo., pp 24. Nottingham, 1796.
Modern Infidelity Considered, with respect to its Insluence on
Society: a Sermon from Ephesians ii. 12. With a Presace. 8vo., pp. 55. Rep. Charlestown, 1801.
Hall, Samuel. Sermon, in which is shewed, What are Not, and What Are, the Evidences of Any One's being in the Favor of God: New Cheshire, January, 1746-7. 8vo., pp. 26.
New London, 1747.
Hallam, Henry. The Constitutional History of England, from the Accession of Henry VII. to the Death of George II. 3 vols. 8vo.
View of the State of Europe during the Middle Age*. 8vo.
Hallet, Joseph, Jr. An Essay on the Nature and Use of Miracles, etc. 8vo., pp. 74. Lond., 1730.
Halley, Ebene2er. Christianity: its Past Struggles; its Present Position; its Future Prospects: an Address delivered before the Theological Society at Union College, July 25, 1847. 8vo.
The Pantheism of Germany: a Sermon delivered before the
Synod of Albany, at Saratoga Springs, October 9, 1850. 8vo., pp. 64. Albany, 1850.
Hallock, William A. Memoir of Harlan Page; or, the Power of Prayer and Personal Effort for the Souls of Individuals. 18mo.
Halsey, William. Oration, 22d February, 1800, Newark, N. J. 8vo., pp. 23. Newark, 180a.
Halsted, Oliver S. Address upon the Character of the late Hon.
Isaac H. Williamson, delivered before the Bar of New Jersey,
Hamburg. The Picture of; or, the Englishman's Guide to that Free,
[hamilton, Alexander.] A Full Vindication of the Measures of the Congress from the Calumnies of their Enemies, in Answer to a Letter under the signature of A. W. Fanner, etc. 8vo.
N. Y., 1774.
[ ] The Farmer Resuted; or, a More Impartial and Comprehensive
View os the Dispute between Great Britain and the Colonies; intended as a Further Vindication of the Congress, in Answer to a Letter from A. W. Farmer, entitled, "A View of the Controversy," etc. 8vo. N. Y., 1775.
[" N. B. An Answer to the preceding Piece by A. W. Farmer, was advertised to be in the Press with the following title: "The Republican Dissected; or, the Anatomy of an American Whig;" but, by a sudden and unexpected Revolution, the Liberty of the Press was totally destroyed, and nothing could be printed on the side of Government."—MS. Note.
The above Note, by Dr. T. B. Chandler of Eli2abeth-Town, refers to the sei2ure and destruction of Rivington's press and types, by Captain Isaac Sears, with a Party from Connecticut.]
[ J Letter from Phocion to the Considerate Citi2ens of New York,
on the Polities of the Day. 8vo., pp. 23. N. Y., 1784.
[ ] Second Letter from Phocion . . . containing Remarks on Mentor's Reply. 8vo. N.Y., 1784.
The Federalist: a Collection of Essays, written in savor of the
New Constitution, as agreed upon by the Federal Convention,
Le Federaliste, etc. 8vo. Tome II. Paris, 1792.
An Examination of the late Proceedings in Congress, respecting
the Official Conduct of the Secretary of the Treasury. 8vo., pp. 28. [1793.]
[ ] Defence of the Treaty of Amity, Commerce, and Navigation,
between the United States of America and Great Britain, etc., under the signature of Camillus. 8vo., pp. 139. N. Y., 1795.
Reports of Secretary of the Treasury, read in the House of
Representatives of the United States. 4to., pp. 96. Lond., 1795.
Observations on certain Documents contained in Nos. V. and
VI. of "The History of the United States for the year 1796," in which the Charge of Speculation against Alexander Hamilton, late Secretary of the Treasury, is sully Resuted. 8vo., pp. 37, lviii.
Letter concerning the Public Conduct and Character of John
Adams, Esq., President of the United States. 8vo., pp. 54.
N. Y, 1800.
Answer to his Letter, concerning the Public Conduct, etc., of
John Adams. 8vo. N.Y., 1800.
Hamilton, Alexander. A Letter to Major-General, containing Observations on his Letter, concerning the Public Conduct and Character of John Adams. By a Citi2en of these States. 8vo. N. Y., 1800.
Reply to his Letter concerning the Public Conduct, etc., of John
Adams. By a Federal Republican. 8vo. N. Y., 1800.
Letter to, occasioned by his Letter to President Adams. By s
Federalist [Aristides]. 8vo., pp. 8.
[ ] An Address to the Electors of the State of New York. 8vo.,
pp. 23. Rep. N. Y., April, 1801.
The Federalist on the New Constitution. By Publius. Written
in 1788. To which is added, Pacificus on the Proclamation of Neutrality. Written in 1793, etc. Revised and corrected. [Edited by John Wells.] 2 vols. 8vo. N. Y., 1802.
Propositions of, in Convention for Establishing a Constitution for
the United States, with a Summary of the Political Opinions of John Adams, and a Discussion between John Adams and Samuel Adams. 8vo., pp. 32. Pittsfield, 1802.
Coleman's Collection of Facts and Documents relative to the
Death of, together with the various Sermons, Orations and Eulogies upon. 8vo. N. Y., 1804.
The Speeches of . . . and others, in the great Cause of The
People against Harry Crofwell, for a Libel on Thomas Jefierson.
The Official and other Papers of the late Major-General, compiled chiefly from the originals in the possession of Mrs. Hamilton. [By Francis L. Hawks.] Vol. I. 8vo. N. Y., 1842.
The Works of, comprising his Correspondence, and his Political
and Official Writings, etc. Edited by John C. Hamilton. [Published by order of Congress.] 7 vols. 8vo. N. Y., 1851. Hamilton. To the Federalists of the United States, on the Choice of a President. 8vo. N.Y., 1812. Hamilton to the Editors of the National Intelligencer, Nos. 4, 5, New Scries, Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6. 8vo. 1822. Hamilton, Frank H. Eulogy on the Life and Character ofThcodoric Romeyn Beck, M. D., delivered before the Medical Society of the State of New York. 8vo., pp. 90. Albany, 1856. Hamilton, James. An Essay on the Usual Mode of Teaching the Languages, and the Possibility of Teaching French or English in 46 Lessons. Second edition. N. Y., 1816. Hamilton, John C. Life of Alexander Hamilton. Vols. I. II. 8vo.
Hamilton, John S. The Army, Navy, and Militia Volunteer Guide . to Health, Valor and Victory . . . ete. 24n10., pp. 73. 1851. Hamilton, Duke Of, et al., Plaintiffs, and Arehibald Douglas, Defendant. Summary of the Speeches, Arguments and Determinations of the Lords of Council and Session in Scotland on that Important
Cause, etc. 8vo., pp. 102.
Hamilton, Sir William, Bart. A Letter from, to Augustus de Morgan, Esq., on his Claim to the Independent Re-discovery of a New Principle in the Theory of Syllogism. 8vo., pp. 44.
Hammett, John. Answer to Nat. Stone's (of Harwich) Cautions to Erring Christians, relating to the Ministry. 8vo., pp. 32. 1739.
Hammond, Abijah. An Address delivered before the Agricultural Society of the County of West Chester, New York, October 26, 1820. 8vo., pp. 23. Mount-Pleasant, 1821.
Hammond, J. H. Two Letters on Slavery in the United States, addressed to Thomas Clarkson, the English Abolitionist. 8vo., pp. 51.
An Address delivered before the South Carolina Institute, at its
First Annual Fair, 20th November, 1849. 8vo., pp. 54.
Charleston, S. C., 1849. Hammond, Wells S. Oration at Cherry Valley, July 4, 1839. 8vo.
Hamond, Walter. Madagascar: the Richest and most Fruitsull Island in the World, etc. 4t0. Lond., 1643.
Hampden. A Letter to the President of the United States touching the Prosecutions under his Patronage before the Circuit Court in the District of Connecticut. 8vo. New Haven, 1808.
Hampshire County (Mass.) An Address to the People of, by a Committee appointed for that Purpofe. 8vo. Northampton, 1809.
The Address, etc., of the Charitable Society, instituted by the
Central Association of Ministers in the County. 8vo., pp. i2.
Hampshire Missionary Society. \Report of the Trustees, August,
1802. 8vo., pp. i2. Northampton, 1802.
Hampton, George. Candid Remarks upon Mr. Taylor's Discourse
on the Atonement, etc. 8vo., pp. 96. Lond. Hancock, John. Massachusetts Election Sermon, May 30, 1722. 8vo.
pp. 30. Boston, 1722. Sermon at the Ordination of his Son, Brantree, November 2,
1726. 8vo., pp. 36. Boston, 1726.
Hancock, John. Expostulatory and Pacifick Letter. By way of
Reply to Mr. Gee's Letter, etc. 8vo., pp. 15. Boston, 1743. Hancock, John. Discours de son Excellence Monsieur Jean Hancock,
President du Congres de Philadelphia. 8vo., pp. 32.
Hand-bills. A Selection of, circulated this Spring before the General Election for State Officers took place. i2mo., pp. 35.
N. Y., 1810.
Hanger, George. Military Reflections on the Attack and Defence of the City of London. 8vo. Lond., 1795.
Life, Adventures and Opinions of. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond., 1801.
To all Sportsmen, and particularly to Farmers and Gamekeepers,
etc. 8vo. Lond., 1814.