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Mitchill, Samuel L. A Lecture on some parts of the Natural History of New Jersey, delivered before the Newark Mechanies' Association, etc., June 3d, 1828. 8vo., pp. 32. N. Y., 1828.

Mnemonika; or, Chronological Tablets. i2mo. Baltimore, 18i2.

Moheagan Indians, by their Guardians, Governor and Company of Connecticut, and . . . Certified copy of the Book of Proceedings before the Commissioners of Review, 1743. 41.0. Lond., 1769.

Molai, James* Tomb of; or, the Secret of the Conspirators. 8vo., pp. 22. Boston, 1797.

Mole, Thomas. The Foundation of Moral Virtue Considered, in a Sermon on Psalm xi. 7. 8vo., pp. 40. Lond., 1732.

Moleville, Ant. Fr. Bertrand De. A Chronological Abridgment of the History of Great Britain, from the First Invasion of the Romans to the year 1763. 4 vols. 8vo. Lond., 1812.

Moliere. La Polyxenc. Premiere Parte. i2mo. A Paris, 1632.

Molina, Don Juan Ignatius. The Geographical, Natural and Civil History of Chili. Map, Notes and Appendix. Tranflated from the original Italian, by an American Gentleman [Richard Alsop]. 2 vols. 8vo. Middletown (Conn.), 1808.

Saggio sulla Storia Naturall del Chili. Second edition. 4W.

Bologne, 1810.

Molina, Felipe. Bosquejo de la Republica de Costa Rica, seguido de Ayuntarruentos para su Historia. 8vo. Nueva York, 1851.

Molla, Jacob De La. An Investigation of the Properties and Effects of the Speræ Trifoliata of Linneæus, or Indian Physic.

Phil., 1810

Moniteur. Revolution Francaise; en Analyse Complette et Impartial e du Moniteur suivie d'une Table Alphabetique des Personnes et des Choses. Tomes 2. Folio. Paris, An. ix. 1801.

— Notice Historique et Bibliographique sur la Collection et les Tables du, depuis son origine jusqu'a ce jour, etc. Par M. Bidault, Ancien Directeur du Moniteur. 8vo. Paris, 1838.

Monro, Robert. Monro, His Expedition with the Worthy Scots Regiment (called MacKeye's Regiment) levied in August, 1626, (in the wars in Germany). Folio. Lond., 1637.

Monroe, James. See Scipio.

View of the Conduct of the Executive in the Foreign Affairs of

the United States, connected with the Mission to the French Republic during the years 1794-5-6. 8vo. Phil., 1797.

A Narrative of a Tour of Observation made during the Summer

of 1818, etc. With an Appendix. i2mo. Phil., 1818.

— The Memoir of, relating to his Unsettled Claims upon the People and Government of the United States. 8vo.

Charlottesville, Va., 1828. Sir William, and Heywood Townsend. Megalopsyche; being a particular and exact Account of the last XVII. years of Queen Eli2abeth's Reign, both Misitary and Civil. Folio.

Lond., 1682.

Monstrelet, Engueriand De. Chronicles, containing an Account of the Cruel Civil Wars between the Houses of Orleans and Burgundy. 12 vols. 8vo. Plates, 4t0. Lond., 1810.

Montaigne, Michel Seigneur De. The Essayes; or, Morall, Politike, and Militarie Discourses of, etc. Third edition. Folio.

Lond., 1632.

Journal du Voyage de en Italie, par le Suissc et l'Allemagne en

1580 et 1581. Avec des Notes, par M. de Querlon. 2 vols. i8mo. Paris, 1774.

La Vie de. Par M. Le President Bouhier. 4to., pp. 22.

Montanus Arnoldus. De Nieuwe en Onbekende WeeriW: of Beschryving van America, en't Zuid-land, etc. Folio. Maps and Plates. Amsterdam, 1671.

Die Unbekante Neue Welt, oder beschreibung des welt-teils

Amerika und des Sud-landes, etc. Durch Dr. O. D. Folio.

Amsterdam, 1673.

Montcalm, Marquis De. Letters ... to Messrs. De Berryer and

De la Mole, in the years 1757, 1758 and 1759. French and

English. 8vo., pp. 28. Lond., 1777.

Monteath, Walter. Brotherly Love. A Sermon before the Grand

Lodge of Freemasons in New Jersey, New Brunswick, 24th June,

1788. 8vo. New Brunswick, 1788.

Montefiore, J. Authentic Account of the late Expedition to Bulam,

on the coast of Africa. 8vo. Lond., 1794.

Montfaucon, Bernard De. Travels of the Learned Father, from Paris

through Italy. Translated from the French. 8vo. Lond., 1712. Montford, Countess De. The English Fleet in 1342; or, The

Heroic Exploits of the Countess de Montford. 8vo. N. Y., 1804, Montgaillard, Le Comte De. The Necessity of Continuing the War,

and the Dangers of an Immediate Peace. From the French. 8vo.,

pp. 68. Lond., 1794

■ State of France, in May, 1794. Tranflated from the French,

by J. L. Wilkinson. 8vo. Lond.

Continuation of the State of France. 8vo. Lond., [1795.]

Situation of England in 1811. Tranflated from the French, by

a Citi2en of the United States. 8vo. N. Y., 1812.

Montgomery, James. The West Indies: a Poem, etc. With other

Poems on the Abolition of the Slave Trade, by James Grahame

and E. Bengcr. i2mo. N. Y., 1810.

Monthly Anthology (the) and Boston Review, containing Sketches

and Reports of Philofophy, Religion, History, Arts and Manners.

Vols. I.-X. 8vo. Boston, 1804—11.

Monthly Epitome (the) and Catalogue of New Publications. Vols.

I.-V. 8vo. Lond., 1797-1802.

Monthly Maga2ine, and American Review, for the years 1799-1800.

3 vols. 8vo. [See American Review, etc.] N.Y., 1799-1800. and British Register, 1796 to 18i2. Vols. I.-XXXIV. 8vo.

[XXI. and XXII. missing.] Lond.

Monthly Military Repository. See Smith, Charles.
Monthly Miscellany (the) for October, 1759. 8vo.
Monthly Register (the) [Maga2ine] and Review of the United
States. Vols. I. (Nos. 1, 2, 4, 7, 10), II., III. 8vo.

Charleston (S. C.), and N. Y., 1805-07. Monthly Review; or, Literary Journal, enlarged. Vols. I.—XI. 8vo.

Lond., 1790-1803.

Monthly Review. Vol. I. 8vo. Lond., 1795.

Montlue, Blai2e De. His Commentaries. Portrait. Folio.

Lond., 1674.

Montserrat. Acts of Assembly, passed in the Island of, from 1668 to

1740 (inclusive). Folio. Lond., 1740.

Monumenta Anglicana, Etc, 1600-1718. Deduced into a scries of

Time, by way of Annals. 5 vols. 8vo. Lond., 1717-19.

Moodey, Joshua. The Great Sin of Formality in God's Worship;

being the subject of a Sermon in Boston. i2mo. Boston, 1691. — A Practical Discourse concerning the Choice Benefit of Communion with God in his House, etc. 8vo. Boston, 1746. Moody, James. The Validity of Lay-Baptism Examined, etc. 8vo.,

pp. 58. Lond., 1755.

Moody, Silas. Sermon at Arundel, January i2th, 1800, on the

Death of George Washington. 8vo., pp. 16. Portfmouth, 1800. Moor, Abraham. Sermon, Newbury, August i8th, 1793, on the

Parable of the Prodigal. 8vo., pp. 34. Newburyport, 1793. Moore, Benjamin. Sermon occasioned by the Death of Rev. Dr.

Auchmuty, Mareh 9, 1777. i2mo. N.Y. Sermon in St. George's Chapel, New York, July 15, 1787, at

the First Ordination by Bishop Provost. 41.0. N.Y., 1787. An Address to the Members of the Protestant Episcopal Church

in the City of New York, occasioned by the Appendix to Dr.

Linn's Sermon on the Character of Simon the Sorcerer. 8vo.

N.Y., 1793.

Pastoral Letter. 8vo., pp. 16. N. Y., 1801.

— Charge delivered to the Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of New York, October 5th, 1802. 8vo., pp. 22. N. Y., 1803.

Sermon before the Convention of the Protestant Episcopal

Church in the United States of America, September 12th, 1804.

8vo., pp. 15. N. Y., 1804. The Duty of Fulfilling all Righteousness Explained and Ensorced,

in a Sermon. 8vo., pp. 22. N. Y., 1806. Sermon before the Protestant Episcopal Church Convention in

the State of New York, October 3, 1809. 8vo., pp. 23.

N. Y., 1809.

— Charge delivered to the Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the State of New York, October 5th, 1808. 8vo., pp. 22. N.Y., 1809.

—— Sermon before the Bible and Common Prayer-Book Society of New York, in Trinity Church, February 27th, 1810. 8vo., pp. 22. N.Y., 1810.

[moore, Clement Clark.] Observations upon certain passages in Mr. Jefferson's Notes on Virginia, which appear to have a Tendency to Subvert Religion, and establish a salse philofophy. 8vo.

N. Y., 1804.

A Compendious Lexicon of the Hebrew Language. 2 vols.

i2mo. N. Y., 1809.

[ ] A Sketch of our Political Condition, addressed to the Citi2ens

of the United States without distinction of party. By a Citi2en

of New York. 8vo. N.Y., 1813.

[ ] A Plain Statement, addressed to the Proprietors of Real Estate

in the City and County of New York. By a Landholder. 8vo.

N. Y., 1818.

Poems. 12mo. . N. Y., 1844.

George Castriot, surnamed Scanderbeg, King of Albania. 12mo.

N.Y., 1850.

Moore, Frank. Songs and Ballads of the American Revolution. With Notes and Illustrations. i2mo. N. Y., 1856.

— American Eloquence: a Collection of Speeches and Addresses by the most Eminent Orators of America, with Biographical Sketches and Illustrative Notes. 2 vols. 8vo. N. Y., 1857.

Moore, Henry. See Coke.

Moore, Humphrey. Fast Day Discourse, delivered at Milford, August 20, 1812. 8vo., pp. 16. Amherst, 1812.

■ Thanksgiving Sermon in Milford, New Hampshire, December 25th, 1817. 8vo., pp. 15. Amherst, 1818.

Moore, Jacob B. Topographical and Historical Sketch of the Town of Andover, New Hampshire. 8vo. Concord, 1822.

——» Collections, Historical and Miscellaneous: and Monthly Literary Journal. . . . Edited by J. Farmer and J. B. Moore. 3 vols., 8vo. Concord, 1822-24.

A Ga2etteer of the State of New Hampshire. By John Farmer

and Jacob B. Moore. Map and Engravings. i2mo.

Concord, 1823.

Annals of the Town of Concord, New Hampshire, from its first

Settlement in the year 1726, to the year 1823. With several
Biographical Sketches. To which is added, a Memoir of the
Penacook Indians. 8vo. Concord, 1824.

[ -1 "A Peep behind the Curtain," etc. Proceedings of the State

Treasurer of New Hampshire (1827). 8vo. Concord, 1827.

[ ] The Principles and Acts of Mr. Adams' Administration Vindicated, against the Aspersions contained in the Address of the Jackson Convention, assembled at Concord, 11th and i2th June, 1820. By a Freeman. 8vo. Concord, 1828.

The Laws of Trade in the United States; being an Abstract of

the Statutes of the several States and Territories concerning Debtors and Creditors. 12mo. N. Y., 1840.

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[moore, Jacob B.] "The Contrastor, Plain Reasons why William Henry Harrison should be Elected President of the United States; and why Martin Van Buren should not be elected. By an Old Democrat. 8vo. 1840.

Memoirs of American Governors. Vol. I. 8vo. N. Y., 1846.

See John Farmer, New Hampshire.

Moore, Jean. Discours sait a l'occasion dc la Mort du Rev. Samuel Beu2eville, etc. i2mo., pp. 19. Lond., 1782.

Moore, John. A Journal during a Residence in France, from the beginning of August to the middle of December, 1792. 2 vols. i2mo. Rep., N. Y., 1794.

Travels in Italy, exhibiting a View of Soeiety and Manners in

that Country, etc. 8vo. Glasgow, 1811.

Moore, John W. Complete Encyclopædia of Musie, Elementary, Technieal, Historical, Biographical, Vocal and Instrumental. 8vo.

Boston, 1854.

Moore, Mark. Memoirs and Adventures of. Written by Himself. 8vo. Lond., 1795.

Moore, Nathaniel F. An Historical Sketeh of Columbia College, in the City of New York. 8vo. N. Y., 1846.

Moore, S. S., and T. W. Jones. The Travellers' Directory; or, a Pocket Companion, shewing the Course of the Main Road from Philadelphia to New York, and from Philadelphia to Washington, etc. 8vo. • Phil., 1804.

Moore, Samuel W. Memoir of the Lise and Character of John Watts, M. D. With an Address to the Graduates, at the Commencement of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, April 5th, 1831. 8vo., pp. 28. N.Y., 1831.

Moore, Thomas. The Great Error of American Agriculture Exposed; and Hints for Improvement Suggested. Baltimore, 1801.

Moore, Thomas L. Sermon before the Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the State of New York, November 3, 1789.. 8vo., pp. 20. N. Y., 1789..

Sermon in Trinity Church and St. Paul's, in the City of New

York, October 14, 1792. 8vo., pp. 16. N. Y., 1792..

Moover, Ernst Friedrich. Die Ensalle der Normanncn in die Pyrenaische Halbinsel, etc. i6mo. Munster and Minden, 1844.

Moral Philosopher. Rebuke to the, for the Errors' and Immoralities contained in his Third Volume. 8vo., pp. 15.

Lond., 1740".

Moral Societies. Transactions of a Convention of Delegates from several Moral Soeieties in the State of New York, in Albany, 13th January, 1819. 8vo. Albany, 1819.

Morales, Antonio Bachiller Y. Antiguedades Americanas. 8vo.

Havana, 1845.

Morals. An Examination of the Leading Principle of the N" System of, as stated in Godwin's Political Justicc. 8vo.. .

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