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Acta Germanica; or, the Literary Memoirs of Germany, etc. 410.

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Adams, Amos. Scnnonii Roxhury, October 25, 1759, on the General Thanksgiving for the Reduction of Quebec. 410., pp. 29.

Boston, 1759.

Sermon on the Ordination of the Rev. Mr. John Wyeth, Gloucester, February 5, 1766. 8vo. Boston, 1766. Sermon at Reading, October 25, 1769, at the Ordination of the

Rev. Caleb Prentice. 8vo., pp. 32. Boston, 1769.

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8vo., pp. 54. Boston, 1844. Address before the Member?, of the Schools and the Citi2ens of

Quincy, July 4, 1856. 8vo., pp. 36. Boston, 1856.

Adams, Daniel. Oration, sacred to the Memory of General George

Washington, delivered at Leo minster, February 22, 1800. Svo.,

pp. 25. Leominster, 1800. The Medical and Agricultural Register for the years 1806 and

1807. 8vo. Boston. Adams, Hannah. Truth and Excellence of the Christian Religion, as

exhibited, etc. i 2mo. Boston, 1804.

—— A Dictionary of all Religions and Religious Denominations, etc.

Fourth edition, 8vo. N. Y. and Boston, 1817. A Summary History of New England, from the first settlement

at Plymouth to the acceptance of the Federal Constitution, etc.

8vo. Dcdham [1799].

Adams, John. History of the Dispute with America, from its origin

in 1754. Written in the year 1774. 8vo. — Gesehiedenis van het, Gcsrhil tusschen Groote-Britannie en

Amerika, 2edert des2elfs vorsprong, in den jaare 1754, tot op den

tegc:iwoordigen tijd .... 8vo., portrait. Amsterdam, 1782. Essay on Canon and Feudal Law; with the Political Character

of the said John Adams. By an American. 8vo. Phil., 1783. Letters to Dr. Calkoen on American Affairs in 1780. 8vo., pp.

74. (Printed for private circulation.) Lond., 1786. A Desence of the Constitutions of Government of the United

States of America. 3 vols. 8vo. Lond., 1787-88.

Adams, John. Twenty-six Letters upon interesting subjects respecting the Revolution of America, written in Holland in the year 1780. i2mo. N. Y., 1789.

Answer to Paine's Rights of Man. i2mo. Lond., repub. 1793.

[First published in the Columbian Centinel, Boston.]

— and Samuel Adams, Four Letters between, on the subjeet of Government. 8vo., pp. 32. Boston, 1802.

Discourses on Davila, a series of Papers on Political History, ■

written in the year 1790, and then published in the Ga2ette of the United States. By an American Citi2en. 8vo. Boston, 1805.

and Thomas Jefferson. A selection of Eulogies pronounced in

the several States in honor of. 8vo. Hartford, 1826.

See Novanglus, D'lvernois, Wood, John.

Correspondence of the late President Adams, originally published

in the Boston Patriot, in a series of Letters. 8vo., pp. 572.

Boston, 1809-10.

Correspondence between the Hon. John Adams, etc. and the

late William Cunningham, Esq., beginning in 1803 and ending in 1812. 8vo. Boston, 1823.

[See Jefferson's Memoirs, vol. iv. p. 389.]

The Works of John Adams, second President of the United

States, with a Lise of the Author, Notes and Illustrations. By his
Grandson, Charles Francis Adams. 10 vols. 8vo.

Boston, 1850-56.

Brief Considerations of the important services and distinguished

virtues and talents which recommend Mr. Adams for the Presidency of the United States. 12mo. Boston, 1796.

An Answer to Alexander Hamilton's Letter concerning the

public Conduct and Character of By a Citi2en of New

York. 8vo. N. Y., 1800.

Adams, John. See Ulloa.

Adams, John Quincy. Address to the Members of the Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society, May 28, 1802. 8vo., pp. 25.

Boston, 1802.

Oration at Plymouth, December 22, 1802, at the Commemoration of the sirst Landing of our Ancestors at that place. 8vo., pp. 31. Boston, 1802.

Letter to the Hon. Harrison Gray Otis . . . with Remarks

upon Mr. Pickering's Letter to the Governor of the Commonwealth. 8vo. Boston, 1808.

Same. 8vo. N. Y., 1808.

A Letter to the Hon., occasioned by his Letter to Mr. Otis.

By Alfred. 8vo. 1808.

— Remarks and Criticisms on the Hon., his Letter to the Hon. H.G.Otis. 8vo. Boston, 1808.

Lectures on Rhetoric and Oratory, delivered to the Classes of

Senior and Junior Sophisters in Harvard University. 2 vols. 8vo.

Cambridge, 1810.

Adams, John Quincy. The Duplicate Letters, the Fisheries and the Mississippi. Documents relating to Transactions at the Negotiation of Ghent. 8vo. ■ Washington, 1822.

Report of the Secretary of State upon Weights and Measures,

etc. [2d Sess., 16th Cong.; Sen. Doc. 119, House Doc. 109.] 8vo. Washington, 1821.

Oration addressed to the Citi2ens of the Town of Quincy, on

the 4th of July, 1831. 8vo. Boston.

Eulogy on the Lise and Character of James Monroe. Boston,

August 25, 1831. 8vo. Boston.

Dermot MacMorrogh; or, The Conquest of Ireland. An Historical Tale of the Twelfth Century, in Four Cantos. 8vo.

Boston, 1832.

Oration on the Death of Gilbert Motier de la Fayette, delivered'

at Washington, December 31, 1834. 8vo. See Lovejoy.

Address before the New-York Historical Society, on the Jubilee

of the Constitution, April 30, 1839. 8vo. New York, 1839.

Argument before the Supreme Court of the United States in the

Amistad Case, delivered on 24th February and 1st March, 1841. 8vo. N. Y., 1841.

The Social Compact Exemplified in the Constitution of the

Commonwealth of Massachusetts ... a Lecture before the Franklin Lyceum at Providence, R. L, November 25th, 1842. 8vo., pp. 32. Providence, 1842.

An Oration delivered before the Cincinnati Astronomical Society, on the occasion of laying the Corner-stone of the Observatory. 8vo. Cincinnati, 1843.

Lives of Celebrated Statesmen; with a Sketch of the Author, by

the Rev. Charles W. Upham. 8vo. N. Y., 1846.

Letters on the Masonic Institution. 8vo. Boston, 1847.

Poems of Religion and Society . . . with Notices of his Lise

and Character, by John Davis and T. H. Benton. 18mo.

N. Y., 1850.

Address in the Congress of the United States, and Funeral

Solemnities on the Death of, etc. 8vo. Washington, 1848.

Adams, Joseph. Letter to Thomas Barnard; with Barnard's Answer.

8vo., pp. 16. 1743. Adams, Joseph. Sermon on the Death of John Fabyan, Esq. 8vo.,

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March 13, 1769. 8vo., pp. 24. Portfmouth, 1769.

Adams, Josiah. Centennial Address delivered at Acton, July 21,

183;. With an Appendix. 8vo. Boston, 1835.

The Genealogy of the Descendants of Richard Haven, etc. 8vo.

Boston, 1843.

Adams, Jasper. Inaugural Discourse, delivered in Trinity Church, Geneva, N. Y., August 1, 1827. 8vo. Geneva, 1827..

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