Provisional Title List: Early American Imprints, Series II: Supplement 2 from the American Antiquarian Society, 1801-1819

Author Title Imprint/Publisher Place of Publication Date of Publication
General Association of Connecticut. At a meeting of the General Association of the state of Connecticut, holden at Litchfield, June 16th, 1801. : Voted to approve the following regulations proposed by the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in America, viz. [Hartford : Printed by Hudson and Goodwin, 1801] Connecticut 1801
Genlis, Stéphanie Félicité, comtesse de, 1746-1830. The Dutchess of C--. / By Madame la Comtesse de Genlis. [New York] : Published by W. Elliot--33, Chatham Street, New-York., [1801] New York (State) 1801
Girard, Joseph de. The friend of nature, / translated from the French of Mons. de Girard, by A. Gerna. ; [Three lines from Dante] Hartford: : Printed by John Babcock., 1801. Connecticut 1801
Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774. Poems by Oliver Goldsmith, : with the life of the author. New-York, : Published by W. Elliot, 33 Chatham St. Printed by P. Heard, 24 Cedar St., [1801 or 1802] New York (State) 1801
Hartford (Conn.) By-laws of the city of Hartford, relating to fire. [Hartford : s.n., 1801] Connecticut 1801
Howe, Phinehas, 1771- An oration, delivered at Deerfield,--New-Hampshire, July 4th, 1801; in commemoration of our national independence. / By Phinehas Howe, A.B. ; [Two lines of verse] Portsmouth, N.H. : Printed at the United States' Oracle-Office, by William Treadwell, & Co., [1801] New Hampshire 1801
Huntingdon County (Pa.). Sheriff's Department. Sheriffs sales. : By virtue of sundry warrants ... in pursuance of an act of Assembly ... will be exposed to public sale at the Commissioners Office in the borough of Huntingdon [Pa.], on Monday the twenty-sixth day of January inst. the following tracts of land ... [Huntingdon, Pa.? : Printed by John McCahan?, 1801] Pennsylvania 1801
Iambic, Isaac. The New Year's gift, or, Naughty folks reformed. / By His Honor, Isaac Iambic, commander in chief of the poetic forces in New-Ipswich. ; [ Two lines of verse.] ; Copy right secured. [New Hampshire] : Published for the public good, by the author, according to act of Congress., [1801] New Hampshire 1801
Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826. President Jefferson's speech, : delivered on the fourth of March, 1801, previous to his inauguration to the presidency of the United States. [Portsmouth, N.H.] : Printed by Nutting & Whitelock., [1801] New Hampshire 1801
Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826. President Jefferson's speech, : delivered on the fourth of March, 1801, previous to his inauguration to the presidency of the United States. [Portsmouth, N.H.] : Printed by Nutting & Whitelock., [1801] New Hampshire 1801
Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826. The inaugural speech of Thomas Jefferson. : Washington-City, March 4th, 1801--This day, at XII o'clock, Thomas Jefferson, president elect of the United States of America, took the oath of office ... Previously to which, he delivered the following address ... [Boston] : From the Chronicle Press, by Adams & Rhoades, Court-Street., [1801] Massachusetts 1801
Kilner, Dorothy, 1755-1836. The good child's delight. [Exeter, N.H. : H. Ranlet, 1801?] New Hampshire 1801
Lewis, M. G. (Matthew Gregory), 1775-1818. Tales of wonder; / written and collected by M.G. Lewis, Esq. M.P. author of The monk, Castle spectre, Love of gain, East Indian, &c. ; In two volumes. ; [Four lines from Macbeth] ; Vol. I[-II]. New-York: : Printed by L. Nichols & Co. for Samuel Campbell, bookseller, no. 124 Pearl-Street., 1801. New York (State) 1801
Lewis, M. G. (Matthew Gregory), 1775-1818. The castle spectre, : a drama. In five acts. : As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane. / By M.G. Lewis, Esq. M.P. author of The monk. ; [Eight lines from Pulci] Philadelphia: : Printed by T.L. Plowman, for M. Carey, Market-Street., 1801. Pennsylvania 1801
Massachusetts. A supplement to the second volume of Thomas's edition of the Perpetual laws of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, published in 1799. : Containing the laws from June, 1798, to January, 1801, &c. &c. Printed at Boston, : by I. Thomas & E.T. Andrews. Sold at their bookstore, no. 45, Newbury-Street, and by said Thomas, in Worcester., Jan. 1801. Massachusetts 1801
Massachusetts. An act to empower the inhabitants of the town of Salem to choose a Board of Health, and for removing and preventing nuisances in said town. [Salem, Mass.] : Printed by order of the Salem Board of Health: by William Carlton--, 1801. Massachusetts 1801
Moore, John, 1729-1802. Mordaunt. : Sketches of life, characters, and manners, in various countries; including the memoirs of a French lady of quality. / By the author of Zeluco and Edward. ; Vol. I[-II]. ; [One line from Horace] New-York: : Printed by William Durell, no. 106, Maiden-Lane., 1801. New York (State) 1801
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. The Shepherd of Salisbury Plain. Philadelphia: : Printed by B. & J. Johnson, no 147, High-Street., 1801. Massachusetts 1801
New England primer. [New England primer] [United States? : s.n., between 1801 and 1810?] United States 1801
New England primer. The New-[England primer, improved] : for [the more early attaining the] tru[e reading of English.] : To [which is added] The Ass[embly of Divines,] and [Mr. Cotton's] ca[techism]. [United States? : s.n., between 1801 and 1810?] United States 1801
New England primer. The New-England primer improved, : for the more easy attaining [the true] reading of Engli[sh.] : To which is added, the Assembly of Divines & Epis[copal] catechisms. Brooklyn: : Printed by Thomas Kirk., 1801. New York (State) 1801
New Hampshire. General Court. Senate. A journal of the proceedings of the Honorable Senate, : at a session of the General Court, began and holden at Hopkinton, on the first Wednesday of June, 1801. State of New-Hampshire, Portsmouth: : Printed by John Melcher, printer to the state., 1801. New Hampshire 1801
New York (State) An act to incorporate the stockholders of the Columbian Insurance Company. : Passed 21st March, 1801. New-York: : Printed by James Oram, no. 102, Water-Street,, 1801. New York (State) 1801
New York (State). Legislature. An act, authorising the comptroller to correct certain errors committed in the assessment and collection of taxes. [Albany : s.n., 1801?] New York (State) 1801
New York (State). Legislature. Resolved, that the valuation of houses and lands within this state, : lately made under the authority of the United States, ought no longer to be deemed the value of such houses and lands for the purpose of imposing a state or county tax. ... [Albany : s.n., between 1801 and 1804] New York (State) 1801
Norman, William, -1807. Just published by William Norman: sold by him and by the different booksellers chandlers, in this and other sea-ports, : The marine atlas, or Seaman's complete pilot; comprising, a new collection of charts, accurately drawn and engraved, from the most approved surveys and publications ... : To which is annexed, a plate descriptive of the maritime flags of all nations. ... [Boston : William Norman, between 1801 and 1807] Massachusetts 1801
North Carolina. An act to revise and amend the militia laws. : Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the state of North-Carolina ... [Raleigh, N.C.? : s.n., not before 1801] North Carolina 1801
Phillips, John, active 1801. An introduction to geography and the use of the globes; : wherein the terms made use of, and the method ... : Also an astronomical account of the motion & figure of the earth, &c. ... / By John Phillips, presbyter of the Bethesda, and superintendant of the Bethesda, and Bethel schools, Paterson, New-Jersey. ; [Two lines of Scripture text] New-York: : Printed for the author, and sold by J. Tiebout, no. 246, Water-Street., 1801. New York (State) 1801
George, Daniel, 1757 or 1758-1804. The first spelling-book for children, : being an introduction to larger books of the kind now in use. : Containing a selection of words adapted to the capacities of children, carefully arranged and divided. : Together with a variety of easy lessons, &c. for the use of schools. / By Daniel George. ; [Two lines from Thomson] ; Published according to act of Congress. [Portland, Me.] : Printed by Thomas B. Wait. Portland,, 1802. Maine 1802
Georgia. Militia. Savannah. Division orders, September 11, 1802. : In obedience to an order of this date, of His Excellency, the commander in chief ... The major general orders and directs the commanding officers ... to procure and man ... the following number of boats ... [Savannah : Printed by Seymour, Woolhopter & Stebbins, 1802] Georgia 1802
Gibbons, Thomas, 1720-1785. Memoirs of eminently pious women, : who were ornaments to their sex--blessings to their families--and edifying examples to the church and world. / Abridged from the larger work of Dr. Gibbons, London. By Daniel Dana, A.M. Newburyport [Mass.]: : Printed for the author by Angier March., 1802. Massachusetts 1802
Gilmanton Academy. Exhibition at Gilmanton Academy, October 5th, A.D. 1802. : The order of the day. [Gilmanton, N.H. : Printed by Leavitt & Clough, 1802] New Hampshire 1802
Grafton County (N.H.). Sheriff's Office. State of New-Hampshire. County of Grafton. : Public notice is hereby given ... that the undersigned sheriff of said county has received from the treasurer ... warrants, authorizing and commanding him ... to collect from said townships and places, all the county taxes due ... [Concord, N.H.? : Printed by George Hough?, 1802] New Hampshire 1802
Great Britain. Message from the president of the United States, of the 29th March, 1802. : Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. March 29, 1802. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1802] District of Columbia 1802
Hampshire Missionary Society. The constitution of the Hampshire Missionary Society. [Northampton, Mass. : Printed by William Butler?, 1802] Massachusetts 1802
Heidelberger Katechismus. Catechismus, oder Kurzer Unterricht christlicher Lehre, : für die angehende Jugend in der churfürstlichen Pfalz und andern reformirten Orten zu gebrauchen: : samt der Haus-Tafel, mit und ohne biblischem Sprüch-Büchlein. : Alles zu Ehre und Lob Gottes. Germantaun [Pa.] : Gedruckt und zu finden bey Michael Billmeyer,, 1802. Pennsylvania 1802
Henfrey, Benjamin. Proposals for publishing a new work, the title of which will be The miner's, smelter's & mechanic's friend and pocket companion. : In which the following useful arts shall be explained, in a plain, concise manner, free from all mystery and unnecessary technical terms.--To which will be added, some useful hints to farmers. Alexandria [D.C.]: : Printed by Cottom and Stewart., [1802?] Virginia 1802
Heyrick, Elizabeth, 1769-1831. Instructive hints, in easy lessons for children. / By E**** C******. Philadelphia: : Printed for Jacob Johnson, 147 Market-Street., 1802. Pennsylvania 1802
John Conrad & Co. Philadelphia, December 1, 1802. : John Conrad & Co's exchange catalogue. [Philadelphia : Published by John Conrad & Co., 1802] Pennsylvania 1802
Kimber, Emmor, 1775-1850. Arithmetic made easy to children. : Being a collection of useful and familiar examples under its several rules as far as the rule of three and practice. : To which is added under the head of exchange, a few examples teaching to reduce the currencies of the respective united states to that of each other and to federal money. / By Emmor Kimber. Philadelphia: : Printed for the author, no. 170, South Second-Street., [1802] Pennsylvania 1802
Lady. Evening recreations, : a collection of original stories. / Written by a lady, for the amusement of her young friends. New-York: : Printed for T.B. Jansen & Co. booksellers, no. 248, Pearl-Street., 1802. New York (State) 1802
Law, Andrew, 1749-1821. Mr. Law, has opened a singing school, in Mr. Payne's school-room, opposite to the Rev. Mr. Popkin's meeting-house, two evenings in the week ... [Boston : s.n., 1802] Massachusetts 1802
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 19th to the 28th of the fifth month, 1802, inclusive: : to the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great-Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. [Philadelphia? : s.n., 1802] Pennsylvania 1802
Low, Nicholas, 1739-1826. Court for the Trial of Impeachments, and the Correction of Errors. : Between Nicholas Low, defendant in error, and Nicholas Goix, plaintiff in error. : Case on the part of the defendant in error. Albany: : Printed by Charles R. and George Webster, at their bookstore, in the White House, corner of State and Pearl-streets., MDCCCII. [1802] New York (State) 1802
Lynch, Dominick, 1754-1825. Court for the Trial of Impeachments, and the Correction of Errors. : Between Dominick Lynch and Thomas Stoughton, appellants, and Joseph Ignatius De Viar, administrator of Don Diego de Gardoqui, deceased, respondent. : Case on the part of the appellants, and on the part of the respondent. Albany: : Printed by Charles R. and George Webster, at their bookstore, in the White House, corner of State and Pearl-streets., MDCCCII. [1802] New York (State) 1802
Lyon, James, 1775?-1824. Prospectus of the American literary advertiser. : Published at the seat of government of the United States, by James Lyon & Richard Dinmore. [Washington, D.C. : Published by Lyon & Dinmore, 1802] District of Columbia 1802
Manning & Loring. Boston, May 27, 1802. : Proposals for printing, by subscription, A candid examination of the moral tendency of the doctrine of universal salvation, as taught by its advocates. By Elisha Andrews, Pastor of a church in Templeton. [Boston : Printed by Manning & Loring, 1802] Massachusetts 1802
Massachusetts. Governor (1800-1807 : Strong) Commonwealth of Massachusetts. To the selectmen of the town of [blank] in Hampshire north district: Greeting: : These are in the name of the commonwealth, to will and require you ... to cause the freeholders ... to give in their votes for one representative, that is an inhabitant of the said district, to represent them in the Congress of the United States ... Given at the Council-chamber at Boston, this 13th day of December ... one thousand, eight hundred and two ... [Boston : Printed by Young and Minns, 1802] Massachusetts 1802
Mavor, William Fordyce, 1758-1837. An historical account of the most celebrated voyages, travels, and discoveries, from the time of Columbus to the present period. / By William Mavor, L.L.D. ; Vol. I[-XXIV]. New-Haven: : Published by William W. Morse, corner of Elm and High-Street., 1802[-1803]. Connecticut 1802
McMillan, Mr. Julia or The adventures of a curate's daughter. : To which is added a pastoral ballad in four parts. Alexandria [D.C.] : Printed by John Westcott., 1802. Virginia 1802
Methodist Episcopal Church. A short scriptural catechism, intended for the use of the Methodist societies. Philadelphia: : Printed for Ezekiel Cooper, no. 118, North Fourth-Street, near the Methodist church., 1802. (Price one sixteenth of a dollar.) Pennsylvania 1802
Moore, Moses, 1767- The noted horse Thunderbolt, : will stand the ensuing season at the stable of Robert Hanna, in Middlebrook, Augusta County ... Staunton [Va.]: : Printed by John M'Arthur., [1802] Virginia 1802
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. The Carpenter; or, The danger of evil company. : Together with The gin-shop; or, A peep into a prison. New-Haven: : Printed for every purchaser., 1802. Connecticut 1802
New England primer. The New-England primer, improved; : For the more easy attaining the true reading of English. : To which is added the Assembly of Divines' catechism. Bennington [Vt.] : Printed and sold by Collier & Stockwell., 1802. New York (State) 1802
New Hampshire. Governor (1794-1805 : Gilman) State of Newhampshire. By the governor. A proclamation. : ... Thursday the twenty-fifth day of November next to be observed as a day of public thanksgiving ... Given at the Council-chamber in Exeter, this twenty-ninth day of October, one thousand eight hundred and two ... [Exeter, N.H. : Printed by Henry Ranlet, 1802] New Hampshire 1802
New York (State). Inspector-General of Staves and Heading, for the City and County of New-York. To His Excellency the governor of the state of New-York. : A report of the inspector-general of staves and heading, for the city and county of New-York, from November the twenty-first, 1801, to January the first, 1802, is submitted by His Excellency's most obedient servant, John Hyer, inspector-general of staves & heading. [New York : s.n., 1802] New York (State) 1802
New York (State). Legislature. An act, to amend an act, entitled, "An act relative to the harbour master and master and wardens and pilots of the port of New-York." : Passed 3d April, 1801. [Albany : Printed by John Barber?, 1802?] New York (State) 1802
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly--February 27, 1802. Committed to a committee of the whole house. : An act, to amend an act, entitled, "An act for the assessment and collection of taxes." [Albany : Printed by John Barber?, 1802] New York (State) 1802
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly--February 27, 1802. Committed to a committee of the whole house. : An act, to regulate and tax theatrical exhibitions in the city of New York, and for other purposes therein mentioned. [Albany : Printed by John Barber?, 1802] New York (State) 1802
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly--March 15th, 1802. : An act, to apportion the representation in the Senate of this state, according to the rule prescribed by the Constitution. [Albany : Printed by John Barber?, 1802] New York (State) 1802
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly--March 3d, 1802. : Mr. Comstock--from the committee to whom was referred the memorial of Anthony Lispenard, and upwards of four thousand others, inhabitants and householders of the city of New-York, praying that the legislature will pass a law for the better regulating the election of charter officers in the said city--respectfully reports ... [Albany : Printed by John Barber?, 1802] New York (State) 1802
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly--March 5, 1802. Committed to a committee of the whole House. : An act, for the more speedy recovery of small debts and demands in the city of New-York, and to extend the operation of the act, entitled, "An act for the more speedy recovery of debts to the value of twenty-five dollars," to the Sixth and Seventh Wards of the said city. [Albany : s.n., 1802] New York (State) 1802
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly--March 6th, 1802. Committed to the committee of the whole house. : An act, to incorporate the Society for the Relief of Poor Widows, with Small Children. [Albany : Printed by John Barber?, 1802] New York (State) 1802
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. Originated in Assembly. : An act, for extending the limits and amending the act of incorporation of the First Company of the Great Western Turnpike Road. [Albany : s.n., 1802] New York (State) 1802
Opie, Amelia, 1769-1853. The father and daughter, : a tale. / By Amelia Opie. ; [Three lines from Mrs. Barbauld] New-York: : Printed and sold by John Harrisson, no. 3 Peck-slip., 1802. New York (State) 1802
Perrin, John. Entertaining and instructive exercises, with the rules of the French syntax. / By John Perrin. ; [One line from Horace] New-York: : Printed by M.L. & W.A. Davis, for S. Campbell, E. Duyckinck, T. & J. Swords, P.A. Mesier, T.S. Arden, and S. Stephens., 1802. New York (State) 1802
Polly Goold. The last words of Polly Goold. [Salem, Mass. : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., 1802?] Massachusetts 1802
Putnam, Aaron, 1733-1813. The Holy Scriptures contain a revelation from God: : some considerations to excite us to treat them accordingly. / By Aaron Putnam, A.M. formerly pastor of the First Church in Pomfret. [Hartford? : s.n., not before 1802] Connecticut 1802
Gisborne, Thomas, 1758-1846. Walks in a forest: or, Poems descriptive of scenery and incidents characteristic of a forest, at different seasons of the year. / By Thomas Gisborne, M.A. ; [Six lines from Lowth] Philadelphia: : Printed by Hall and Sellers., 1803. Pennsylvania 1803
Glocester (R.I. : Town) An act for the better regulating the mending of the public highways in the town of Glocester, in the county of Providence, &c. Providence: : Printed at the Phœnix printing-office [by William W. Dunham]., 1803. Rhode Island 1803
Goddard, Samuel, 1772-1844. From the dead to the living. / By Samuel Goddard, Jun. ; Agreeable to the discourse of Sally Metcalf, before her death. [Massachusetts : s.n., ca. 1803] Massachusetts 1803
Great Britain. Convention between the United States of America and His Britannic Majesty, for determining boundaries; : pursuant to the provisions contained in the treaty of peace of 1783, concluded at London on the 12th of May, 1803. : October 24th, 1803. Printed by order of the Senate. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1803] District of Columbia 1803
Grout, Jonathan, 1772-1849. The young child's accidence: : being a small spelling book for little children: : Containing a selection of words in modern life, arranged in such a manner as will naturally lead the young pupil, step by step, to a right pronunciation. : Designed for a cheap book for little children. / By Jonathan Grout, Jun. [Worcester, Mass.] : Printed at Worcester, (Massachusetts,) by Daniel Greenleaf., 1803. Massachusetts 1803
Hamilton, Sarah, 1745-1806. A narrative, &c. : The following is a true account of the dealings of God with the widow Sarah Hamilton, who was born and educated in the Romish religion, and afterwards converted to the Christian faith, as will appear in this narrative, taken from her own mouth. [United States : s.n., not before 1803] United States 1803
Hardy, Samuel, 1636-1691. A guide to Heaven from the Word: or, Good counsel how to close savingly with Christ. : Some short but serious questions to ask our hearts every morning and evening, whether, we walk closely with Him. And especially, rules for the strict and due observaton of the Lord's day. : [One line from John] Hartford: : Printed by Lincoln & Gleason, for Oliver D. Cooke., 1803. Connecticut 1803
Harvard University. A catalogue of the members of Harvard University Cambridge. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by William Hilliard, 1803] Massachusetts 1803
Harvard University. Illustrissimo Caleb Strong, armigero, gubernatori ... : Theses hasce ... Habita in comitiis universitatis Cantabrigiæ, Massachusettensis, die Augusti XXXI. Anno Salutis M,DCCCIII. Cantabrigiæ [Cambridge, Mass.]: : è Universitatis Typographeo: Gulielmo Hilliard typographo., [1803] Massachusetts 1803
Holbrook, George. George Holbrook, respectfully informs the public, that he carries on the business of bell founding ... [Brookfield, Mass. : Printed by E. Merriam & Co., 1803] Massachusetts 1803
Holt, Benjamin, 1773-1861. The New-England sacred harmony. : Being principally an original composition. In three and four parts. Adapted to the various metres in common use. / By Benjamin Holt, Jun. ; Published according to act of Congress. Printed at Boston, : by Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews. Sold by them at no. 45, Newbury Street, by the booksellers in general, and by the author, head of Russell Street, Boston.--, 1803. Massachusetts 1803
Irving, David, 1778-1860. The elements of English composition. : Containing practical instructions for writing the English language with perspicuity and elegance. : Designed, in the progress of education, to succeed to the study of English grammar, and of the Latin and Greek classics. / By David Irving, A.M. Philadelphia: : Printed for Jacob Johnson and Thomas L. Plowman. Tho. L. Plowman, printer., 1803. Pennsylvania 1803
Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826. Notes on the state of Virginia. : With an appendix relative to the murder of Logan's family. / By Thomas Jefferson. Trenton: : Printed by Wilson & Blackwell., July 12, 1803. New Jersey 1803
John Conrad & Co. Proposals by John Conrad and Co. no. 30, Chesnut-Street, and Samuel F. Bradford, no. 4, South Third-Street, : for publishing by subscription, Modern geography. A description of the empires, kingdoms, states, and colonies, with the oceans, seas, and isles, in all parts of the world; including the most recent discoveries and political alterations, digested on a new plan. By John Pinkerton. The astronomical introduction by the Rev. S. Vince, A.M. F.R.S. and Plumian professor of astronomy, and experimental philosophy, in the University of Cambridge. With numerous maps, drawn under the direction, and with the latest improvements, of Arrowsmith, and engraved by the best artists. [Philadelphia : Published by John Conrad & Co, 1803?] Pennsylvania 1803
Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784. The idler. / By the author of The rambler. ; In two volumes. With additional essays. ; Vol. I[-II]. ; [Three lines of quotations in Latin and Greek] Newburyport [Mass]: : Published by Angier March., 1803. Massachusetts 1803
Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784. The idler. / By the author of The rambler. ; In two volumes. With additional essays. ; Vol. I[-II]. ; [Three lines of quotations in Latin and Greek] Philadelphia : Printed by Tesson and Lee, for Samuel F. Bradford, no. 4, South Third Street, and John Conrad & Co. no. 30, Chesnut Street., 1803. Pennsylvania 1803
Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784. The idler. / By the author of The rambler. ; In two volumes. With additional essays. ; Vol. I[-II]. ; [Three lines of quotations] New-York: : Published by Abraham O. Stansbury., 1803. New York (State) 1803
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 18th to the 26th of the fifth month, 1803, inclusive: : to the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. [New Bedford, Mass.] : Printed by Abraham Shearman, Jun. New-Bedford., [1803] Massachusetts 1803
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 18th to the 26th of the fifth month, 1803, inclusive: : to the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. [New York] : Printed by Isaac Collins & Son, New-York., [1803] New York (State) 1803
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the eighteenth to the twenty-sixth of the fifth month, 1803, inclusive: : to the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends in Great Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. [Philadelphia] : Solomon W. Conrad--printer., [1803] Pennsylvania 1803
Maine Turnpike Corporation. Portland, [blank] 1803. : Sir, We being appointed by the directors of the Maine Turnpike Corporation, a committee to prepare and circulate subscription papers ... have taken the liberty to inclose to you one of those papers ... [Portland, Me. : s.n., 1803] Maine 1803
Mallet, F. (Francis), 1750-1834. Boston Musical Academy. : [four lines of poetry] The distinguished marks of approbation, which the subscriber has received from many of the first families in Boston, for eleven years past--the preference given him by almost every pupil of the late conservatorio, at the opening of his new academy ... bind him in gratitude to exert his best powers for their advancement in the useful and sublime science of music. ... [Boston : s.n., 1803] Massachusetts 1803
Massachusetts Society for Promoting Agriculture. Massachusetts Agricultural Society. Boston, Jan, [blank] 1803. : Sir, A number of questions, stated by the trustees of the agricultural society, are inclosed. ... [Boston : s.n., 1803] Massachusetts 1803
Massachusetts. Court of Sessions (Middlesex County) Middlesex ss. At a Court of General Sessions of the Peace, begun and holden at Cambridge, within and for the county of Middlesex, on the third Monday of November, A.D. 1803. : The court establish the following rules and regulations ... [Cambridge? : s.n., 1803] Massachusetts 1803
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. Rules and orders to be observed in the House of Representatives for the year 1802. Boston, : Printed by Young & Minns, printers to the state., 1803. Massachusetts 1803
Massachusetts. General Court. Senate. Rules and orders of the Senate of Massachusetts, 1803. Boston: : Printed by Young & Minns, printers to the state., [1803] Massachusetts 1803
Massachusetts. Governor (1800-1807 : Strong) Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His Excellency Caleb Strong, Esq. ... A proclamation, for a day of public fasting and prayer. : ... Thursday, the seventh day of April next ... Given at the Council chamber, in Boston, this sixteenth day of February ... one thousand eight hundred and three ... [Boston : Printed by Young & Minns, 1803] Massachusetts 1803
Massachusetts. Governor (1800-1807 : Strong) Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His Excellency Caleb Strong, Esq. ... A proclamation, for a day of publick thanksgiving. : ... Thursday, the first day of December next ... Given at the Council chamber, in Boston, this twenty-seventh day of October ... one thousand eight hundred and three ... [Boston : Printed by Young & Minns, 1803] Massachusetts 1803
Massachusetts. Militia. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. General orders. Head-quarters, March 1, 1803. : The commander in chief is highly gratified with the exertions of the officers and soldiers of the militia in general of this commonwealth ... [Boston : s.n., 1803] Massachusetts 1803
Massillon, Jean-Baptiste, 1663-1742. Sermons / by Jean-Baptiste Massillon, Bishop of Clermont. ; To which is prefixed, the life of the author. ; Selected and translated by William Dickson; and dedicated, by permission, to her grace the Dutchess of Buccleugh. ; Complete in two volumes. Volume I[-II]. Brooklyn: : Printed for Thomas S. Arden, no. 186, Pearl-Street, New-York. T. Kirk, printer., 1803. New York (State) 1803
Mechanic Fire Society (Newburyport, Mass.) Constitution of the Mechanic Fire Society: formed March 8th 1803. Newburyport [Mass.]: : Allen & Barnard, printers., 1803. Massachusetts 1803
Middlebury College. Scheme of exercises, at the public commencement of Middlebury-College, August 17, 1803. Middlebury [Vt.]: : Printed by Huntington & Fitch., [1803] Vermont 1803
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. The old man, his children, and the bundle of sticks. : A fable. Charlestown [Mass.], : Printed and sold by Samuel Etheridge., [1803?] Massachusetts 1803
Nantucket (Mass.) Petition of the inhabitants of the island & town of Nantucket, in the state of Massachusetts. : 11th February, 1803. Referred to the Committee of Commerce and Manufactures. : 16th February, 1803. Report made, considered and agreed. : 7th November, 1803. Referred to a committee of the whole House, on Monday next. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1803] District of Columbia 1803
New Hampshire. Governor (1794-1805 : Gilman) State of Newhampshire. By the governor. A proclamation. : ... Thursday the 17th of November next, to be observed as a day of public thanksgiving ... Given at the Council chamber in Exeter, this twenty-fifth day of October, one thousand, eight hundred and three ... [Exeter, N.H.] : From the press of H. Ranlet, Exeter., [1803] New Hampshire 1803
Parry, Edward, 1767?-1834. Edward Parry, imports and keeps constantly for sale at his cheap store, : no. 10, Market-Street, Portsmouth, a complete assortment of English goods, consisting of the most fashionable superfine broad cloths of every description. [Portsmouth, N.H. : s.n., between 1803 and ca. 1821] New Hampshire 1803
Peirce, Charles, 1770-1851. A catalogue of the books, stationary, and other articles, for sale on reasonable terms, by Charles Peirce, at his new brick fire proof store in Daniel-Street, Portsmouth, N.H. : Consisting of divinity, law, surgery, physic, anatomy, midwifery, chemistry, history, geography, biography, voyages, travels, adventures, memoirs, husbandry, navigation, poetry, novels, romances, tales, stories, architecture, arithmetic, algebra, book-keeping, surveying, cookery, farriery, military discipline, dialogues, essays, fables, letters, philosophy, dictionaries, classics, school books, stationary. Portsmouth, N.H. : Printed for Charles Peirce, Daniel-Street., 1803. New Hampshire 1803
Penfield, John, 1775-1848. J. Penfield, saddler & harness-maker, : respectfully informs the i[nhabit]ants of Pawlet and its vicinity, that [he has] lately purchased a place ... in Pawlet, where he purposes t[o offer?] an assortment of saddles, bridles and [har]ness for sale. ... Rutland, Vt. : Printed by S. Hodgman., [1803] Vermont 1803
Pennsylvania. An act, of incorporation, for that part of the Northern Liberties, lying between the west of Sixth Street and the River Delaware, and between Vine Street & Cohocksink-Creek. Philadelphia: : Printed by John Geyer, no. 72, Race Street., 1803. Pennsylvania 1803
Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. Extracts from the minutes of our Yearly-Meeting, held in Philadelphia, by adjournments, from the 18th of the 4th month, to the 22nd of the same, inclusive, 1803. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1803] Pennsylvania 1803
Portland Post Office (Portland, Me.) Post-Office, Portland. : The times of arrival and closing of the mails, on the summer establishment, commencing May 1, 1803, are as set down in the following table. [Portland, Me. : s.n., 1803] Maine 1803
Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. General Assembly. Extracts from the minutes of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America, : from A.D. 1789, to A.D. 1802. Inclusive, with a copious index. Philadelphia: : Printed by Jane Aitken, no. 20, North Third Street., 1803. Pennsylvania 1803
Priestley, Joseph, 1733-1804. A description of a system of biography; : with a catalogue of all the names inserted in it, and the dates annexed to them. : [Five lines from Virgil] / By Joseph Priestly, LL.D. F.R.S. Philadelphia: : Printed by Akerman & Hancock, for Mathew Carey, no. 118, Market-Street., 1803. Pennsylvania 1803
General Convention of Congregational Ministers in the State of Vermont (1804 : Royalton, Vt.) Rules, to be observed in the transaction of business before the General Convention of Congregational Ministers in the State of Vermont, : unanimously adopted by the Convention, at their session at Royalton, September 5th, 1804. [Brattleboro, Vt.] : William Fessenden, printer., [1804] Vermont 1804
General Convention of Universalists of the New England States and Others. A circular letter, of the General Convention of the United Churches and Societies of the New-England States, and Others, for the year of our Lord and Savior, 1804. : The General Convention of Universalists of the New-England States, and others, in annual session at Sturbridge, (Mass.) September 19, 20. ... [Worcester, Mass.? : s.n., 1804] Massachusetts 1804
Green, Matthew, 1696-1737. The spleen. : An epistle to Mr. C. Jackson. / By Matthew Green. ; [One line of quotation] Boston: : Printed for S.H. Parker, no. 6, Court-Street., 1804. Massachusetts 1804
Hamilton, Sarah, 1745-1806. The importance of the Christian religion, considered in a narrative of the life of widow Sarah Hamilton, : who was born in Germany, educated in the Romish religion, and afterwards emigrated to America, where she was converted to the Christian faith. Printed at Brattleboro' [Vt.]-- : 1804, for Benjamin Cole, preacher of the Gospel., [1804] Vermont 1804
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. The triumphs of temper; : a poem. In six cantos. / By William Hayley, Esquire. ; [Three lines in Italian from Dante] Kennebunk, (Maine) : Printed by Stephen Sewall., 1804. Maine 1804
House that Jack built. The house that Jack built, : a story. : To which are added, the means by which he acquired his learning, and the riches he obtained thereby. : Likewise Jack's riddles, written for the benefit of all who would be great and good. Hudson [N.Y.], : Printed by Ashbel Stoddard, and sold wholesale and retail, at his book-store., 1804. New York (State) 1804
Hudson (N.Y.) The charter of the city of Hudson; : and other laws of the legislature respecting the same; together with the bye laws of the said city. : Published by order of the Common Council. Hudson [N.Y.]: : Printed and sold by Ashbel Stoddard, at his printing-office and book-store, corner of Warren and Third-streets., 1804. New York (State) 1804
Johnson, Jacob, 1771?-1819. Johnson's Philadelphia primer, or, A first book for children. Philadelphia: : Published by Jacob Johnson, no. 147, Market-Street., 1804. Pennsylvania 1804
Johnson, R. (Richard), 1733 or 1734-1793. The hermit of the forest, and the wandering infants, : a rural fragment. : Adorned with cuts. Stonington [Conn.]: : Printed by Samuel Trumbull., 1804. Connecticut 1804
Jones, William, 1724-1811. Elder William Jones' defence, from the charges brought against him, by the Reverend Ezekiel Emerson, of Georgetown; and the session of Bristol. : [One line of quotation] [Maine] : Printed for the author., [1804] Maine 1804
Knox, Vicesimus, 1752-1821. Christian philosophy: or, An attempt to display by internal testimony, the evidence and excellence of revealed religion. : With an appendix, on Mr. Paine's pamphlet, on prayers, etc. / By Vicesimus Knox, D.D. late fellow of St. John's College, Oxford; and now master of Turnbridge School. ; [Ten lines of quotations in Latin and Greek] Philadelphia: : Printed and published by John Hoff, no. 48, Cherry-Street., 1804. Pennsylvania 1804
Langhorne, John, 1735-1779. The fables of Flora. / By Dr. Langhorne. ; [Two lines from Virgil] New-York: : Published by D. Longworth, at the Shakspeare Gallery. L. Nichols, print., 1804. New York (State) 1804
Lee, Richard, 1747-1823. Fifty-four acrostics, on the names of Richard Lee, and his four sons. Kennebunk: (Maine) : Printed for Richard Lee., 1804. Maine 1804
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 23d of the fifth month, to the 1st of the six month, 1804, inclusive: : to the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. [New Bedford, Mass.] : Re-printed by Abraham Shearman, Jun. New-Bedford., [1804] Massachusetts 1804
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 23rd of the fifth month, to the 1st of the sixth month, 1804, inclusive: : to the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. [New York] : Printed by Collins, Perkins & Co. New-York, [1804] New York (State) 1804
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the twenty-third of the fifth month, to the first of the sixth month, 1804, inclusive. : To the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. Philadelphia: : Printed by Kimber, Conrad, & Co., [1804] Pennsylvania 1804
Massachusetts. General Court. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In Senate, June 14, 1804. : Resolved, that the selectmen of the several towns and districts ... cause the inhabitants thereof, duly qualified to vote ... to assemble, on Monday, the fifth day of November next, to give in their votes ... for nineteen electors of president and vice-president of the United States ... [Boston : s.n., 1804] Massachusetts 1804
Massachusetts. Governor (1800-1807 : Strong) Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His Excellency Caleb Strong, Esq. ... A proclamation, for a day of public fasting and prayer. : ... Thursday, the fifth day of April next ... Given at the Council chamber, in Boston, this seventeenth day of February ... one thousand eight hundred and four ... [Boston : Printed by Young and Minns, 1804] Massachusetts 1804
Massachusetts. Governor (1800-1807 : Strong) Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His Excellency Caleb Strong, Esq. ... A proclamation, for a day of public thanksgiving and praise. : ... Thursday, the twenty-ninth day of November next ... Given at the Council chamber, in Boston, this eighteenth day of October ... one thousand eight hundred and four ... [Boston : Printed by Young and Minns, 1804] Massachusetts 1804
Mavor, William Fordyce, 1758-1837. Universal history, ancient and modern; from the earliest records of time, to the general peace of 1801. : In twenty-five volumes. / By William Mavor, L.L.D. vicar of Hurley in Berkshire, and chaplain to the Earl of Dumfries. ; [Two lines in Latin] ; Vol. I[-XXV]. New-York: : Printed by Isaac Collins and Son, for David Allinson, Burlington [N.J.]., 1804[-1805]. New York (State) 1804
Mechanic Library Society in New-Haven. The constitution and bye-laws of the Mechanic Library Society, in New-Haven. : With a catalogue of books. [New Haven] (O. Steele & Co. print.), [between 1804 and 1811] Connecticut 1804
Merchants' Bank (New York, N.Y.) A Memorial and representation, from the committee of the Merchants' Bank, in the city of New-York: : to the honorable the House of Assembly, of the state of New-York. : To which is added a letter from a gentleman, now at Washington. Albany: : Printed by C.R. & G. Webster., [1804]. New York (State) 1804
Montefiore, Joshua, 1762-1843. A commercial dictionary: : containing the present state of mercantile law, practice and custom. / By Joshua Montefiore, author of Commercial precedents, &c. &c. &c. Philadelphia: : Published and sold by James Humphreys in Philadelphia; and by Conrad and Co. at their stores in Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Petersburg, and Norfolk., 1804. Pennsylvania 1804
Moore, Joseph. A treatise on Christian baptism, : being an answer to a piece, entitled The Bible Baptist; written by Mr. Leeland [i.e., Leland]. / By Joseph Moore, V.D.M. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts] New-York: : Printed by William A. Davis, no. 39 William-Street., 1804. New York (State) 1804
Mother Goose. Mother Goose's melody, or, Sonnets for the cradle. : Being the most celebrated songs and lullabies of the good old nurses, calculated to amuse children, and to excite them to sleep. : Embellished with cuts. [Boston? : s.n.], Printed in the year 1804. Massachusetts 1804
Munroe & Francis. The monthly anthology; or Massachusetts magazine. : [four lines of poetry] : To the community, and particularly to the friends of literature. [Boston : Printed by Munroe & Francis, 1804] Massachusetts 1804
New England primer. The New-England primer, enlarged and improved; or, An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : Adorned with cuts. : Also, the catechism. Leominster, Mass. : Printed by Adams & Wilder, for Robert B. Thomas, Ster. Sold by him, and the booksellers in general.--, 1804. Massachusetts 1804
New York (N.Y.) Whereas the inspectors of lots in the [blank] ward of the city of New-York, : have represented to the Common Council, that the lot of ground known and designated by no. [blank] is in a state of nuisance and dangerous to the health of the inhabitants in the vicinity thereof. : Therefore, be it ordained ... this [blank] day of [blank] one thousand eight hundred and four that the owners and occupants of the said lot of ground, do cause the said lot to be raised, with pure and wholesome earth ... [New York : s.n., 1804] New York (State) 1804
New York (State). Council of Revision. State of New-York. In Council of Revision, April 4th, 1804. : The Council object to the bill, entitled "An act relative to the election of charter officers in the city of New-York." ... [Albany : s.n., 1804] New York (State) 1804
New York Insurance Company. List of stockholders in the New-York Insurance Company, December 31, 1804. [New York : s.n., 1804?] New York (State) 1804
Paine, Lemuel, 1777-1852. A dream. [Boston? : s.n., 1804?] Massachusetts 1804
Paine, Lemuel, 1777-1852. A remarkable dream. / By a young man in Foxborough. [Boston? : s.n., 1804?] Massachusetts 1804
Palmer, John E. (John Elliot), 1783-1873. A collection of hymns, for the use of Christians. / By John E. Palmer. ; [One line of quotation] Dover [N.H.], : Printed by Samuel Bragg, Jun., 1804[.] New Hampshire 1804
Park, John, 1775-1852. Boston, January 23, 1804. Repertory. : To the publick. It being impossible to ascertain the issue of an establishment, which is to depend entirely on publick patronage for its support, the editor of the Repertory was induced to commence his labours at the place of his usual residence ... The success of the experiment has given him confidence, and increased his ambition to render the undertaking more generally interesting and useful. ... [Boston : Printed by John Park, 1804] Massachusetts 1804
Peirce, Charles, 1770-1851. An appendix to Charles Peirce's general catalogue of books. [Portsmouth, N.H. : s.n., 1804?] New Hampshire 1804
Pelham's Circulating Library. Catalogue of Pelham's Circulating Library, no. 5 School-Street. Removed from no. 59 Cornhill. : Index. ... : Price 12 1/2 cents. Boston: : Munroe & Francis, printers., November, 1804. Massachusetts 1804
Perrin, John. Fables amusantes, : avec une table génerale et particulière des mots et de leur signification en anglois, selon l'ordre des fables, : pour en rendre la traduction plus facile á l'ecolier. / Par M. Perrin. A Philadelphie: : Chez, Thomas et William Bradford, libraires, première rue Sud, no. 8., [1804?] Pennsylvania 1804
Perrin, John. Fables amusantes, : avec une table générale et particulière des mots et de leur signification en anglois, selon l'ordre des fables, : pour en rendre la traduction plus facile à l'ecolier. / Par M. Perrin. A Philadelphie: : Chez, Samuel F. Bradford, Benjamin Johnson, Hugh Maxwell, Jacob Johnson, James Crukshank, Thomas et William Bradford, John Conrad et Co. et Mathew Carey. 1804. Imprimé par, Thomas & William Bradford., [1804] Pennsylvania 1804
Philadelphia Society for the Establishment and Support of Charity Schools. The constitution of the Philadelphia Society, For the Establishment and Support of Charity Schools. : Incorporated the eighth day of September, 1801. Philadelphia: : Printed by H. Maxwell, no. 25, North Second Street., 1804. Pennsylvania 1804
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. An essay on man. : In four epistles. To Henry St. John Bolingbroke. / By Alexander Pope. Waterford [N.Y.]: : Printed by Horace H. Wadsworth., 1804. New York (State) 1804
Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774. The Grecian history, : from the earliest state, to the death of Alex. the Great. / By Dr. Goldsmith. ; Two volumes in one. Vol. I[-II]. Philadelphia: : Printed for Mathew Carey, and Thomas and William Bradford, booksellers and stationers,, 1805. Pennsylvania 1805
Holland Land Company. To the honourable the Senate and House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, : the memorial of Wilhem Willink, Hendrick Vollenhoven, and Rutgert Jan Schimmelpenninck, respectfully showeth ... [Harrisburg, Pa.? : s.n., 1805 or 1806] Pennsylvania 1805
I. Riley and Co. A priced catalogue of law books, to be had at the law-repository of I. Riley & Co. no. 1 City-Hotel, Broad-way, New-York: : comprising, besides all the most common and useful works, a selection from the English law-catalogue, of many of the old reporters, now become extremely scarce in London. : With a view to make their collection of law-books as complete as possible, the proprietors of the law-repository, will transmit to London quarter-yearly, orders for copies of such works as may have been previously disposed of, and for such new ones as may from time to time be published.--Those gentlemen who may give orders for the importation of any particular works, may rely on their being executed with the utmost expedition, and on the very lowest terms. New-York: : Printed by Deare & Andrews., 1805. New York (State) 1805
Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826. President Jefferson's speech, : delivered on the fourth of March, 1805, previous to his inauguration to the presidency of the United States. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1805] District of Columbia 1805
Knox, Vicesimus, 1752-1821. Winter evenings; or Lucubrations on life and letters. / By Vicesimus Knox, D.D. master of Turnbridge School, and late fellow of St. John's College, Oxford. ; [Two lines in Latin from Horace] ; In two volumes. Vol. I[-II]. New-York: : Published by Evert Duyckinck, no. 110 Pearl-Street. L. Nichols, printer., 1805. New York (State) 1805
Lexington Lottery (Va.) Fortunate numbers in the first class of the Lexington Lottery, : at the close of the drawing, 17th August, 1805. [Lexington, Va. : s.n., 1805] Virginia 1805
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 22nd to the 31st of the fifth month, 1805 inclusive, : to the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. [New York] : Printed by Collins, Perkins & Co. 189 Pearl-Street., [1805] New York (State) 1805
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 22nd to the 31st of the fifth month, 1805, inclusive, : to the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. [New Bedford, Mass.] : Re-printed by Abraham Shearman, Jun. New-Bedford., [1805] Massachusetts 1805
Luther, Martin, 1483-1546. Der kleine Catechismus des sel. D. Martin Luthers. : Nebst den gewöhnlichen Morgen- Tisch- und Abend-Gebeten, welchem die Ordnung des Heils, in einem Liede, in kurzen Sätzen, in Frag und Antwort, und in einer Tabelle; wie auch eine Zergliederung des Catechismus; das Würtembürgische kurze Kinder-Examen, die Confirmation und Beichte beygefüget; und etliche Lieder, Freylinghausens Ordnung des Heils, das Güldene A, B, C, der Kinder, und die sieben Buss-Psalmen, angehänget sind. : Zum Gebrauch der Jungen und Alten. Philadelphia: : Gedruckt bey Carl Cist, num. 104, in der Norder Zweyten-Strasse., 1805. Pennsylvania 1805
Marmontel, Jean François, 1723-1799. The widow of the village: or, The adventures of innocence. : A moral tale. / By the celebrated Marmontel. ; Translated from the French, by Mr. Heron. ; To which is added, The error of a good father. Hartford: : Printed by Lincoln & Gleason., 1805. Connecticut 1805
Massachusetts. General Court. Senate. Rules and orders to be observed in the Senate of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, for the year 1805. : Published by order of the Senate. Boston: : Printed by Young & Minns, printers to the state., [1805] Massachusetts 1805
Massachusetts. Governor (1800-1807 : Strong) Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His Excellency Caleb Strong, Esq. ... A proclamation, for a day of public fasting and prayer. : ... Thursday, the fourth day of April next ... Given at the Council chamber, in Boston, this nineteenth day of February ... one thousand eight hundred and five ... [Boston : Printed by Young and Minns, 1805] Massachusetts 1805
Massachusetts. Militia. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. General orders. Head-quarters, March 12th, 1805. : It is with great pleasure that the commander in chief feels himself authorized ... to announce to his fellow-citizens, that the militia, generally, throughout the commonwealth, is in a flourishing and prosperous situation ... [Boston : s.n., 1805] Massachusetts 1805
Massachusetts. Treasury Office. Tax for the year 1805. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Jonathan Jackson, Esquire, treasurer and receiver-general of said commonwealth, : to the selectmen or assessors of the [blank] of [blank] In obedience to a law ... These are in the name of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, to will and require you forthwith to assess, in dollars and cents, the sum ... Given under my hand and seal at Boston, the [blank] day of April ... one thousand eight hundred and five. [Boston : Printed by Young and Minns, 1805] Massachusetts 1805
Masson, Charles François Philibert, 1762-1807. Elmina; or, The flower that never fades. : A tale for young people. : Embellished with elegant cuts. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, New-Haven., 1805. Connecticut 1805
M'Bride, John. Address from the carrier of the Mirror to its patrons. [Wilmington, Del. : Printed by James Wilson, 1805] Delaware 1805
Medley, Samuel, 1738-1799. Hymns, mostly on texts of scripture, / by the Rev. S. Medley, of England, and other authors. ; [Three lines from Psalms] Utica [N.Y.]: : Printed for the proprietor, by Merrell & Seward., 1805. New York (State) 1805
Merrill, Daniel, 1765-1833. The mode and subjects of baptism examined, in seven sermons. : To which is added, a brief history of the Baptists. / By Daniel Merrill, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Sedgwick. ; [Four lines of Scripture text] Windsor, (Vermont,) : Re-printed by Alden Spooner., 1805. Vermont 1805
Methodist Episcopal Church. A short scriptural catechism, intended for the use of the Methodist societies. New-York: : Published by Ezekiel Cooper and John Wilson, for the Methodist Connection in the United States. J.C. Totten, printer., 1805. (Price one sixteenth of a dollar.) New York (State) 1805
Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826. Charlestown, April [blank] 1805. : Sir, Enclosed are proposals for publishing a new periodical work ... Your patronage, and that of the circle of your particular friends, is solicited for this work. ... [Charlestown, Mass.: Printed by Samuel Etheridge, 1805] Massachusetts 1805
Munroe & Francis. Boston, August 3, 1805. : Sir, It seems conceded that a repository for correct notices of all American publications ... for whatever is propitious to the arts of peace, health, long life, and happiness, would deserve success. ... [Boston : Printed by Munroe & Francis, 1805] Massachusetts 1805
Murray, Lindley, 1745-1826. An abridgment of L. Murray's English grammar. : With an appendix, containing an exemplification of the parts of speech, and exercises in syntax. : Designed for the younger classes of learners. / By Lindley Murray. New-York: : Printed for D.D. Smith, by Aa: Forman., 1805. New York (State) 1805
Murray, Lindley, 1745-1826. An English spelling-book; : with reading lessons adapted to the capacities of children: : in three parts, calculated to advance the learners by natural and easy gradations; and to teach orthography and pronunciation together. / By Lindley Murray, author of "English grammar adapted to the different classes of learners." Philadelphia: : Printed for James Crukshank, no. 87 Market-Street, and Kimber, Conrad, and Co. no. 170 South Second-Street., 1805. Pennsylvania 1805
New England primer. The New-England primer, : imppoved [sic] and adapted to the use of schools. / By Noah Webster, Jun. Esq. ; Designed as an introduction to the American spelling book. ; Embelished [sic] with cuts. Hudson [N.Y.]. : Printed by Ashbel Stoddard, at the White House, corner of Warren, and Third Streets., 1805. New York (State) 1805
New England primer. The New-England primer, : improved and adapted to the use of schools. / By Noah Webster, Jun. Esq. ; Designed as an introduction to the American spelling book. ; Embelished [sic] with cuts. Hudson [N.Y.]. : Printed by Ashbel Stoddard, for William E. Norman., 1805. New York (State) 1805
Old Colony Assembly. Old Colony Assembly. : Proceedings of the gentlemen that convened at Mr. Donnil's tavern, Sept. 13, 1805, for the purpose of establishing an assembly, the ensuing season--when they made the choice of George Little, Jun. moderator ... and voted the following rules and regulations. [Boston? : s.n., 1805] Massachusetts 1805
Pennsylvania. Treasury. Receipts and expenditures in the Treasury of Pennsylvania, from the first of December, one thousand eight hundred and four, to the thirtieth of November, one thousand eight hundred and five, inclusive. : By legislative authority. Lancaster [Pa.], : Printed by Benjamin Grimler, at his new printing office, near the court-house., 1805. Pennsylvania 1805
Perry, William, 1747-1808. Perry's spelling book: or, The only sure guide to the English tongue. : On the same plan as Perry's Royal standard English dictionary. : With an addition of fables; select sentences, in prose and verse; a list of words, similar in sound, but different in spelling; table of abbreviations; of Arabic and Roman numbers; a new compendium of English grammar; obervations concerning the size, pages, titles, &c. of books; on reading the Bible; method of instruction therefrom, &c. &c. &c. : The whole revised, and so arranged as to be most conducive to the improvement of youth and consequent pleasure of teachers. : [Two lines of quotation] Newburyport [Mass.]: : Published by Angier March, (proprietor) no. 13, Market-Square, and for sale at all the bookstores in New-England., 1805. Massachusetts 1805
Perry, William, 1747-1808. The only sure guide to the English tongue, or, New pronouncing spelling book. : Upon the same plan as Perry's Royal standard English dictionary, now made use of in all the celebrated schools in Greatbritain and America. : To which is added, a large collection of moral tales and fables. : For the instruction of youth. : With an appendix ... / By William Perry, lecturer on the English Language, in the Academy of Edinburgh, and author of several valuable schoolbooks. [Worcester, Mass.] : Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts, by Isaiah Thomas, Jun. (Proprietor of the improvements, according to law.) Sold wholesale and retail by him at his printing office in Worcester, and by said Thomas & Whipple, in Newburyport, and by Massachusetts 1805
Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. Committee Appointed for the Gradual Civilization and Welfare of the Indian Natives (1795-1827) A brief account of the proceedings of the committee, appointed in the year 1795 by the Yearly Meeting of Friends of Pennsylvania, New-Jersey, &c. for promoting the improvement and gradual civilization of the Indian natives. Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by Kimber, Conrad, & Co. no. 93, Market-Street, and no. 170, South Second Street., 1805. Pennsylvania 1805
Phoenix Fire Society (Newburyport, Mass.) Constitution of the Phoenix Fire Society. [Newburyport, Mass.] : W. & J. Gilman, printers., [between 1805 and 1812] Massachusetts 1805
Phoenix Fire-Company of London. Proposals from the Phoenix Company of London for insuring houses, buildings, stores, ships in harbour, goods, wares, and merchandize, from loss or damage by fire. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1805] Pennsylvania 1805
Gleason, Benjamin, 1777-1847. An oration, pronounced before the "Bristol Lodge," in Norton, : and in the presence of the associated celebrating lodges of Bristol County, on St. John's anniversary, June 24th, A.L. 5806. / By Benjamin Gleason, grand lecturer. ; [Two lines of verse] Boston: : Printed at the Emerald Office, by Belcher and Armstrong., 1806. Massachusetts 1806
Green, William. In the Court for the Trial of Impeachments, and Correction of Errors. : Between William Green, who is impleaded with Aylmer Johnson, et al, appellant. ads. Ephraim Hart, respondent. : On appeal from the Court of Chancery. Albany: : Printed by Charles R. and George Webster., 1806. New York (State) 1806
Grout, Jonathan, 1761-1820. Telegraph. : Jonathan Grout, of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, in pursuance of a patent from the government of the United States, having established a line of telegraphs, embracing Boston and Martha's Vineyard, respectfully submits to the consideration of the merchants, and others concerned in navigation, residing within the United States, the following terms ... [Boston] : Oliver & Munroe, printers, 78, State-Street., [1806] Massachusetts 1806
Harvard University. Catalogue of the members of Harvard College, Cambridge. [Cambridge, Mass.] : W. Hilliard printer., [1806] Massachusetts 1806
Harvard University. Catalogus senatus academici, eorum, qui munera et officia gesserunt, quique alicujus gradûs laureâ donati sunt in Univaersitate Harvardiana, Cantabrigiae, in republica Massachusettensi. : Theologiae professores et ecclesiarum pastores literis italicis exarantur. Qui ad imum classium à caeteris, lineâ interpositâ, separantur, alibi instituti suerunt, vel apud nos gradu honorario donati. Cantabrigae [Mass.]: : E Universtatis Typographeo: Gulielmo Hilliard Typographo. MDCCVI. Rereumpublicarum foederatarum Americae summae potestatis anno XXXI., [1806] Massachusetts 1806
Harvard University. Harvard University in Cambridge, commonwealth of Massachusetts. : Order of exercises for commencement, August XXVII, MDCCCVI. [Cambridge, Mass.] : William Hilliard printer., [1806] Massachusetts 1806
Haynes, Lemuel, 1753-1833. A sermon, delivered at Rutland, West-Parish, in the year 1805. / By Lemuel Haynes, A.M. Printed at Northampton [Mass.]. : [s.n.], 1806. Massachusetts 1806
Johnson, R. (Richard), 1733 or 1734-1793. The history of Tommy Careless: Or, The misfortunes of a week. : Embellished with cuts. Philadelphia: : Printed by John Adams., 1806. Pennsylvania 1806
Kitchell, Joseph. To the electors of the county of Hamilton. : Fellow-citizens, I am informed, that there is a piece directed to be published in this week's paper, in Liberty Hall ... that it contains violent threats against me ... Cincinnati: : Printed by John W. Browne., [1806] Ohio 1806
Leavenworth, William, 1759-1838. Clocks, made and sold by William Leavenworth, and warranted, if cased and well used. [New Haven] : Printed at the Herald-Office, State-Street, New-Haven., [1806] Connecticut 1806
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 21st to the 31st of the fifth month, 1806, inclusive, : to the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great-Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. [New York] : Printed by Samuel Wood, no. 362, Pearl-Street, New-York., [1806] New York (State) 1806
Lucas, Rachel, 1774-1846. Remarkable account of Mrs. Rachel Lucas, daughter of Mr. James Hinman, of Durham (Con.) / as written by herself, and attested by her family and acquaintance. Middletown [Conn.]: : Printed by T. & J. B. Dunning,, 1806. Connecticut 1806
Mann, Herman, 1771-1833. Proposal of H. Mann, for printing by subscription, an elegant octavo edition of The seasons. Containing spring, summer, autumn, winter, and a Hymn of universal praise. By James Thomson. With Dr. Johnson's Life of the author. [Dedham, Mass. : Printed by Herman Mann, 1806] Massachusetts 1806
Massachusetts. Additional militia law. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and six. : An act in addition to an act entitled "An act for regulating and governing the militia of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, and for repealing all laws heretofore made for that purpose, excepting an act entitled "An act for establishing rules and articles for governing the troops stationed in the forts and garrisons within this commonwealth, and also the militia, when called into actual service." [Boston : s.n., 1806] Massachusetts 1806
Massachusetts. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and six. : An act for incorporating Charles Cushing, John Avery, Esquires, and others, into a religious society, by the name of the West-Boston Society, in the town of Boston. [Boston : s.n., 1806] Massachusetts 1806
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. Rules and orders to be observed in the House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, for the year 1806. : Published by order of the House. Boston: : Young & Minns, printers., 1806. Massachusetts 1806
Massachusetts. Governor (1800-1807 : Strong) Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His Excellency Caleb Strong, Esq. ... A proclamation, for a day of public fasting and prayer. : ... Thursday, the third day of April next ... Given at the Council chamber, in Boston, this seventeenth day of February ... one thousand eight hundred and six ... [Boston : Printed by Young and Minns, 1806] Massachusetts 1806
Massachusetts. Governor (1800-1807 : Strong) Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His Excellency Caleb Strong, Esq. ... A proclamation, for a day of public thanksgiving and praise. : ... Thursday, the twenty-seventh day of November next ... Given at the Council chamber in Boston, this twenty-second day of October ... one thousand eight hundred and six ... [Boston : Printed by Young and Minns, 1806] Massachusetts 1806
Massachusetts. Treasury Office. Tax for the year 1806. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Jonathan Jackson, Esquire, treasurer and receiver-general of said commonwealth, : to the selectmen or assessors of the [blank] of [blank] In obedience to a law ... These are in the name of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, to will and require you forthwith to assess, in dollars and cents, the sum ... Given under my hand and seal at Boston, the [blank] day of April ... one thousand eight hundred and six. [Boston : Printed by Young and Minns, 1806] Massachusetts 1806
Masson, Charles François Philibert, 1762-1807. Elmina; or, The flower that never fades. : A tale for young people. : Ornamented with engravings. Albany: : Printed by E. and E. Hosford., 1806. New York (State) 1806
M'Ilvain, William. The full blooded horse, Volunteer, : will be let to mares this season at the stable of the subscriber, at Bonham Town, Middlesex County ... New Brunswick [N.J.]: : Printed by A. Blauvelt., [1806] New Jersey 1806
Moseley, William. The new Token for children; or A sequel to Janeway's being an authentic account, never before published, of the conversion, exemplary lives, and happy deaths of twelve children. / By William Moseley, Minister of the Tabernacle, Hanley. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, New-Haven. For Increase Cooke & Co., 1806. Connecticut 1806
Muir, James, 1757-1820. The Messiah's reign, : a sermon, preached on the Fourth of July, before the Washington Society, and published at their request / by James Muir, D.D. Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, at Alexandria. Alexandria [Va.]: : Printed by--S. Snowden., [1806] Virginia 1806
Murray, Lindley, 1745-1826. An abridgment of L. Murray's English grammar. : With an appendix, containing an exemplification of the parts of speech, and exercises in syntax. : Designed for the younger classes of learners. / By Lindley Murray. Baltimore: : Printed by Craig, Engles & Co. no. 224, Market Street., 1806. Maryland 1806
Negrin, J. J., -1812. L'Oracle, Français----Americain. : Prospectus. [Charleston, S.C. : Printed by J.J. Negrin, 1806] South Carolina 1806
New England primer. The New-England primer; or, An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : Adorned with cuts. : To which is added, the catechism. Walpole, N.H.: : Printed by Thomas and Thomas., 1806. New Hampshire 1806
New York (State). Court of Chancery. Rules and orders of the Court of Chancery of the state of New-York. : Passed the 7th June, 1806, by John Lansing, Junior, Esq. chancellor. Albany: : Printed by Websters and Skinner, at their bookstore, corner of State and Pearl-streets. 1806. New York (State) 1806
Olds, Ezekiel, 1770- General Eaton. : A song written by Mr. Ezekiel Olds, and sung with great applause at Munson Jan. 29, 1806, at a public dinner given by Thomas Lodge, to General Eaton on his return from Tripoli. [Brookfield, Mass? : s.n., 1806] Massachusetts 1806
Peirce, Charles, 1770-1851. Wholesale & retail bookstore. : Charles Peirce at his Brick Book Store, in Daniel-Street, Portsmouth, New-Hampshire, has just received, an additional assortment of books and stationary ... [Portsmouth, N.H.] : Printed by S. Whidden., [1806] New Hampshire 1806
Peirce, Charles, 1770-1851. Wholesale and retail bookstore. : Charles Peirce at his brick bookstore, in Daniel Street, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, has just received, an additional assortment of books and stationary ... [Portsmouth, N.H.] : Printed by S. Whidden., [between 1806 and 1812] New Hampshire 1806
Pennsylvania. General Assembly. House of Representatives. Report of a committee. : The committee appointed on that part of the governor's address which relates to the subject of libels, submit the following report ... [Lancaster, Pa.] : Printed by W. Hamilton., [1806] Pennsylvania 1806
Plummer, Jonathan, 1761-1819. Death of Mr. Charles Austin. : A funeral ode, on the death of Mr. Charles Austin, who was shot in Boston on the 4th of August last, by T.O. Selfridge, Esq. : Together with a short account of that fatal event; and a few reflections. / By Jonathan Plummer, a travelling preacher. [Newburyport, Mass.] : Printed for the author; sold by him at his basket in Market-Square, Newburyport. Price four pence half-penny. Also, sold at said basket, verses on the death of six young persons killed in Boston, at the late fire; Father Abbey's wil Massachusetts 1806
Plummer, Jonathan, 1761-1819. Elegiac ode and a sermon, on the death of eleven men, drowned in or near the Kennebeck, : and about fifty in the Atlantic Ocean: the latter belonged to Newburyport vessels and were drowned, it is expected, in the course of about fifteen months past. / Written by Jonathan Plummer, an independent travelling preacher, and poet laureat to His Excellency Sir Timothy Dexter. [Newburyport, Mass.] : Printed for and sold by the author ..., [1806] Massachusetts 1806
Porter, Robert Ker, Sir, 1777-1842. The great historical panorama of the battle of Lodi, : which was fought between the French and Austrian armies in Italy. Painted by Robert Ker Porter, executed on the same large scale as his former painting of the Storming of Seringapatam ... Charleston [S.C.] : Printed by G.M. Bounetheau, no. 3, Broad-Street., [1806] South Carolina 1806
Gleason, Benjamin, 1777-1847. An oration, pronounced before the Republican citizens of the town of Hingham, : in commemoration of American independence. July 4th, 1807. / By Benjamin Gleason, A.M. ; [Six lines from Jefferson] Boston: : Printed by Hosea Sprague,, 1807. Massachusetts 1807
Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774. The vicar of Wakefield: : a tale. / By Oliver Goldsmith, M.D. ; [One line in Latin followed by English translation] ; Two volumes in one. New-York: : Printed for Evert Duyckinck, bookseller and stationer. 1807. James Oram, printer., [1807] New York (State) 1807
Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774. The vicar of Wakefield: : a tale. / By Oliver Goldsmith, M.D. ; [One line in Latin followed by English translation] ; Two volumes in one. New-York: : Printed for, and sold by T. & J. Swords, no. 160 Pearl-Street., 1807. New York (State) 1807
Harvard University. Appendix ad catalogum nomina eorum, qui in Universitate Harvardiana alijucus gradus laurea donati sunt, ex literarum ordine collocata habentem. MDCCCVII. Salem [Mass.]: : Typis Josuae Cushing, MDCCCVII. Annoque rerum-publicarum Americae foederatarum summae potestatis XXXII., [1807] Massachusetts 1807
Henkel, Solomon, 1777-1847. Linimentum oleum juniperi compositum. : Zusammengetztes Wacholderölliniment. [New Market, Va.? : s.n., not before 1807?] Virginia 1807
Holden, Oliver, 1765-1844. Occasional pieces, adapted to the opening of a place of woship--the constituting of a church--and, the ordination of a minister. : Respectfully inscribed to the Third Baptist Society, Boston. [Boston : s.n., 1807?] Massachusetts 1807
Hook, Theodore Edward, 1788-1841. The invisible girl, : a piece in one act, as performed at the Drury-Lane Theatre, and at the Theatre Baltimore. / By T.E. Hook, author of The soldier's return. Baltimore: : Printed by G. Dobbin and Murphy, 10, Baltimore-Street., 1807. Maryland 1807
House that Jack built. The house that Jack built: : to which is added, a collection of entertaining fables, &c. : Embellished with cuts. Philadelphia: : Printed by John Adams., 1806 [i.e., 1807]. Pennsylvania 1807
Ireland, W. H. (William Henry), 1777-1835. Stultifera Navis; : qua omnium mortalium narratur stultitia. : The modern ship of fools. Aere perennius. : [One line from Solomon] Philadelphia: : Printed for C. and A. Conrad and Co., Philadelphia: Conrad, Lucas and Co., Baltimore: Somervell and Conrad, Petersburg: and Bonsal, Conrad & Co., Norfolk. Fry and Kammerer, printers., 1807. Pennsylvania 1807
Kilner, Dorothy, 1755-1836. The history of a great many little boys and girls, : for the amusement of all good children of four and five years of age. : To which is added, the instructive history of industry & sloth. &c. &c.&c. Keene [N.H.]: : Printed by John Prentiss, and sold at the book-store., 1807. New Hampshire 1807
Lathrop, Joseph, 1731-1820. Sermons on various subjects, evangelical, devotional and practical. : Adapted to the promotion of Christian piety, family religion and youthful virtue. / By Joseph Lathrop, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in West-Springfield. [Springfield, Mass.] : Published by H. Brewer, Springfield, and Etheridge & Bliss, no. 12, Cornhill, Boston. Printed by Henry Brewer. (Proprietor of the copyright), March, 1807. Massachusetts 1807
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, : by adjournments, from the 20th to the 29th of the fifth month, 1807, inclusive. To the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great-Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. [New York] : Printed by Samuel Wood, no. 362, Pearl-Street, New-York., [1807] New York (State) 1807
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 20th to the 29th of the fifth month, 1807, inclusive: : to the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. New-Bedford [Mass.]: : Re-printed by Abraham Shearman, Jun., [1807] Massachusetts 1807
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the twentieth to the twenty-ninth of the fifth month, eighteen hundred and seven, inclusive, : to the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. [Philadelphia] : Joseph Rakestraw, printer, no. 190, North Third Street, Philadelphia., [1807] Pennsylvania 1807
Maine Missionary Society. Address of the Maine Missionary Society to the public. [Maine : s.n., 1807] Maine 1807
Maryland. Militia. By the commander in chief of the Militia of the state of Maryland. General orders. : Whereas the president of the United States ... has required all the armed vessels, bearing commissions under the government of Great-Britain, to depart immediately ... The commanding officers ... will be vigilant in guarding against the violation of said proclamation, and prompt to repel every attempt to violate the same ... Given at the city of Annapolis, this 20th day of July, 1807. ... [Annapolis : s.n., 1807] Maryland 1807
Mason, Elnathan, 1754-1811. A remarkable account of the conversion of a young man, from the destructive principles of infidelity. : Related by himself. Bennington [Vt.]: : Printed for travelling book-sellers, by B. Smead., 1807. Vermont 1807
Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society. Order of performance, at the 13th anniversary celebration of the Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society, : Friday, May 29, 1807. [Boston] : Russell & Cutler printers., [1807] Massachusetts 1807
Massachusetts. The perpetual laws of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, : from the establishment of its constitution in the year 1780, to February, 1807. : With the constitutions of the United States of America, and of the commonwealth, prefixed. : In four volumes. : To which is added, in the third volume, an appendix, containing acts and clauses of acts, from the laws of the late colony, province and state of Massachusetts, which either are unrevised or respect the title of real estate. : Volume IV. Containing the laws from January, 1801, to February, 1807, inclusive. : [Three lines of quotations] Boston. : Published by Thomas & Andrews, and sold at their bookstore, no. 45, Newbury-Street--June, 1807. J.T. Buckingham, printer., [1807] Massachusetts 1807
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. House of Representatives, Jan. 17, 1807. : The committee, to whom was referred the subject of the banking system, within this commonwealth, and to consider and report what provisions are expedient to be adopted to remedy the evils already existing, from the great influx of foreign bills, the currency of counterfeit bank bills, the difference in the value of bank bills now in circulation in this state, and other evils attending the present system of banking in this commonwealth, ask leave to report ... [Boston : s.n., 1807] Massachusetts 1807
Massachusetts. General Court. Senate. Arrangement of the Senate, January 17, 1807. : Hon. John Bacon, Esq. president. [Boston : s.n., 1807] Massachusetts 1807
Massachusetts. General Court. Senate. Rules and orders to be observed in the Senate of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, for the year 1807. : Published by order of the Senate. Boston: : Printed by Adams and Rhoades, printers to the state., 1807. Massachusetts 1807
Massachusetts. Militia. General orders. Head quarters, Boston, July 21st, 1807. : Great promptitude may be requisite in the military department, in order to carry into execution the president's proclamation ... The major general of the first division, will therefore designate in regiments, battalions and companies, eighteen hundred of the militia of his division, including officers, to be armed, equipped, and ready to march at a moment's warning. ... [Boston : s.n., 1807] Massachusetts 1807
Massachusetts. Militia. General orders. Head-quarters, at Boston, July 14, 1807. : By His Excellency James Sullivan, Esq. governor and commander in chief. : The President of the United States, having required of the executives of the several states their respective proportions of one hundred thousand militia ... to be organized, equipped, and held in readiness ... for the necessary defence of the country; of which number eleven thousand and seventy-five is the proportion of the state of Massachusetts, and that number being carefully apportioned on the divisions ... is made according to the schedule annexed. ... [Boston : s.n., 1807] Massachusetts 1807
Massachusetts. Militia. General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, August 8th, 1807. : By the general order of the 14th of July last, requiring a detachment to be made from the militia, each of the military divisions of this commonwealth (except the ninth) is required to furnish one company of artillery complete. ... [Boston : s.n., 1807] Massachusetts 1807
More, Sarah, approximately 1743-1817. Sorrowful Sam the black-smith. [Philadelphia] : Published by B. Johnson, no. 247 Market St. Philadelphia., [1807?] Pennsylvania 1807
More, Sarah, approximately 1743-1817. Sorrowful Sam; or, The two blacksmiths. [Philadelphia] : Published by B. Johnson, no. 247 Market St. Philadelphia., [1807?] Pennsylvania 1807
Morris Academy (Morris, Conn.) Catalogue of the members of Morris-Academy, : in South-Farms, Litchfield, January 1807. [Litchfield, Conn. : Printed by Thomas Collier, 1807] Connecticut 1807
Muir, James, 1757-1820. The young Christian. : An instructive narrative. / By James Muir, D.D. pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Alexandria. ; [Six lines of quotations] Alexandria [D.C.]:--: Printed by S. Snowden., [1807?] Virginia 1807
Munroe & Francis. Espriella's Letters from England. : In the press of Munroe & Francis, Boston, and will shortly be published, in a handsome 12mo volume, $1,25 in extra boards, (from the London edition just published in 3 vols. at $6 the set,) a new work entitled, Letters from England, by Don Manuel Alvarez Espriella. : Translated from the Spanish. [Boston : Munroe & Francis, 1807] Massachusetts 1807
New England primer. The New-England primer, improved: : embracing the Rev. Dr. Watts' Catechism for children: the Assembly of Divines' Shorter catechism, and a variety of other useful matter: designed to facilitate the instruction of children in early piety. Middlebury. (Vt.) : Printed and sold by J.D. Huntington, 1807. Vermont 1807
New England primer. The New-England primer, improved; or An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : Adorned with cuts. : Also, the Assembly of Divines' Catechism. Norwich [Conn.]: : Printed and sold by Thomas Hubbard & Son., 1807. Connecticut 1807
New Hampshire. Governor (1805-1809 : Langdon) State of New-Hampshire. By the governor. A proclamation, for a day of public thanksgiving, and prayer. : ... Thursday the twenty-sixth day of November next ... Given at the Council-chamber in Portsmouth, this first day of October ... one thousand eight hundred and seven ... [Portsmouth, N.H. : s.n., 1807] New Hampshire 1807
New York (State) Charter of incorporation of the village of Ballston Spa, granted by the legislature, in an act entitled An act relative to the village of Ballston Spa, passed March 21st, 1807. Albany: : Printed by Websters and Skinner, at their bookstore, corner of State and Pearl-streets., 1807. New York (State) 1807
New York (State). Legislature. Senate. In Senate--February 18, 1807. An act to amend the act, entitled "An act concerning slaves and servants." : Be it enacted by the people of the state of New-York ... [Albany : s.n., 1807] New York (State) 1807
New York (State). Supreme Court. Rules of the Supreme Court of the state of New-York. : To which are added, copies of bills of costs, to serve as precedents; and short notes of cases decided under the rules. New-York: : Printed and published by S. Gould., 1807. New York (State) 1807
Pennsylvania. General Assembly. House of Representatives. Report of the committee appointed to enquire into the official conduct of the governor of Pennsylvania. [Lancaster, Pa. : s.n., 1807] Pennsylvania 1807
Pennsylvania. Governor (1799-1808 : McKean) To the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. : Gentlemen, I have considered the bill, entitled "An act to prevent the recorder of the city of Philadelphia from practising as an attorney or counsellor in any court of justice in this commonwealth, or elsewhere;" but as I cannot approve it, I have returned it, with the following objections to the House of Representatives, in which it originated ... [Lancaster, Pa.] : Printed by W. Hamilton., [1807] Pennsylvania 1807
Pennsylvania. Register-General's Office. The Register-General's report on the state of the finances of Pennsylvania, for the year 1807. Lancaster [Pa.]: : Printed by William Greear., 1807. Pennsylvania 1807
Preston, D. R. (Daniel R.) The juvenile instructor; or, A Useful book for children, of things to be remembered. : In familiar colloquial discourses between a parent and child. / By D.R. Preston. ; [Four lines from Locke] ; Copy right secured. Boston: : Printed by B. True, no. 75, State Street, 1807. Massachusetts 1807
Printer's boy. The annual address of the carriers of the Emerald, : to their highly respected patrons. [Boston : Printed by David Carlisle, 1807] Massachusetts 1807
Proprietors of Pemigewasset Bridge. The act of incorporation, and bye-laws, of the Proprietors of Pemigewasset Bridge, between the towns of Bridgewater and New Hampton, in the state of New Hampshire. Concord [N.H.]: : Printed by George Hough, for the proprietors., 1807. New Hampshire 1807
General Committee of Georgia Baptists, and Trustees of Mount Enon College. Minutes of the General Committee of Georgia Baptists, and Trustees of Mount-Enon College, convened on Mount-Enon from the 29th to the 31st of October, 1808. Savannah: : Printed by Norman M'Lean., [1808] Georgia 1808
Harrowar, David, -1854. A sermon, delivered at the funeral of Mrs. Huldah Frisby, who died, December 21, 1804. : Wife of the Hon. Gideon Frisby, Esq. of Delhi. / By David Harrowar, then pastor of the church in Walton. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts] Catskill [N.Y.] : Printed by Nathan Elliot., 1808. New York (State) 1808
Harvard College Lottery. [A list of prizes and fortunate numbers, in the fourth class of Harvard College Lottery] [Boston : s.n., 1808] Massachusetts 1808
Harvard University. Illustrissimo Jacobo Sullivan, armigero, LL.D. gubernatori ... : theses hasce ... Habita in comitiis universitatis Cantabrigiæ, Massachusettensis, die Augusti XXXI, Anno Salutis M,DCCCVIII. ... [Cambridge, Mass.] : E prelo universitatis, Hilliard et Metcalf typographis., [1808] Massachusetts 1808
Harvard University. University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. : Order of exercises for commencement, August XXXI, MCCCVIII. [Cambridge, Mass.] : Hilliard & Metcalf, printers., [1808] Massachusetts 1808
Hawley. To all people. : Americans! Do you remember what the British did in the Revolution War? ... [Boston : s.n., 1808] Massachusetts 1808
Heidelberger Katechismus. Catechismus, oder Kurzer Unterricht christlicher Lehre, : für die angehende Jugend in der churfürstlichen Pfalz und andern reformirten Orten zu gebrauchen: : samt der Haus-Tafel, mit und ohne biblischen Sprüch-Büchlein. : Alles zur Ehre und Lob Gottes. Germantaun [Pa.] : Gedruckt und zu finden bey Michael Billmeyer., 1808. Pennsylvania 1808
Homer. The Iliad of Homer, / translated by Alexander Pope, Esq. ; In two volumes. ; Ornamented with wood cuts, originally designed and engraved by Dr. A. Anderson, of New-York. ; Vol. I[-II]. New-York: : Published by William Durell and Co. J. Seymour, printer., 1808. New York (State) 1808
Houts, Anthony. A sermon preached in Scipio, by a Presbyterian minister living in Milton, : from Rom. IX.18. "Therefore hath he mercy on whom he will have mercy, and whom he will he hardeneth." / By Anthony Houts. [Peterboro, N.Y.] : Printed by Jonathan Bunce, & Co. Peterboro, (Madison Co.) New-York., 1808. New York (State) 1808
Humphreys, James, 1748-1810. Now in the press, printing by subscription, the following new, interesting, and entertaining work, viz. Struggles through life, : exemplified in the various travels and adventures in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, of Lieut. John Harriott, now resident magistrate of the Thames Police, London. : Conditions. It is in two volumes, duodecimo, on a neat type, and the same paper as these proposals and prospectus. The price to subscribers will be two dollars for it neatly bound and lettered, to be paid on delivery. To non-subscribers the price will be advanced. The English edition cannot be sold here in plain binding under six dollars. / James Humphreys. [Philadelphia : James Humphreys, 1808] Pennsylvania 1808
Inskeep and Bradford. Inskeep & Bradford, Broadway, New York, receive regularly from London, and have constantly on hand, a large and splendid collection of the newest and most approved books in the English language, : together with American publications in general. For sale wholesale and retail. [New York : Inskeep and Bradford], 1808. New York (State) 1808
Irving, Washington, 1783-1859. Salmagundi; or, The whim-whams and opinions of Launcelot Langstaff, Esq. and others. : [Three-line mock Latin quotation followed by mock translation] [New York] : Printed by D. Longworth, at the Shakspeare Gallery., [between 1808 and 1814] New York (State) 1808
Irving, Washington, 1783-1859. Salmagundi; or, The whim-whams and opinions of Launcelot Langstaff, Esq. and others. : [Three-line mock Latin quotation followed by mock translation] New-York, : Printed and published by D. Longworth., [between 1808 and 1814] New York (State) 1808
Irving, Washington, 1783-1859. Salmagundi; or, The whim-whams and opinions of Launcelot Langstaff, Esq. and others. : [Three-line mock Latin quotation followed by mock translation] : Vol. I[-II]. [New York] : Printed by D. Longworth, at the Shakspeare Gallery., [between 1808 and 1814] New York (State) 1808
Irving, Washington, 1783-1859. Salmagundi; or, The whim-whams and opinions of Launcelot Langstaff, Esq. and others. : [Three-line mock Latin quotation followed by mock translation] : Vol. I[-II]. New-York: : Printed & published by D. Longworth, at the Shakespeare-Gallery., 1808. New York (State) 1808
Jones, Skelton, -1812. History of Virginia. : Skelton Jones having entered into a contract with the administrator of the late John D. Burke [i.e., Burk] of Petersburg, proposes to complete the fourth and last volume of the History of Virginia, left unfinished by the premature and unfortunate fate of Burke. [Richmond : Published by Skelton Jones, 1808] Virginia 1808
Jones, Skelton, -1812. Sir, Having secured the copy right of a book, of which the enclosed is a prospectus, : I take the liberty ... of requesting such information of the events of the period mentioned in the prospectus, as you may, from your public station, have been particularly acquainted with. ... [Richmond : Published by Skelton Jones, 1808] Virginia 1808
Langdon, John. Three hundred dollars reward! : Ran away from the subscriber, on the night of the 24th inst. a person by the name of Archibald McCurdey Richards ... [Concord, N.H.? : Printed by George Hough?, 1808] New Hampshire 1808
Letton, Ralph. R. Letton, taker of profile likenesses, : respectfully informs the ladies and gentlemen of [blank] that he has taken a retired and convenient room, at [blank] where he will continue if meeting with liberal encouragement. ... [United States s.n., 1808?] United States 1808
Literary picture gallery. No. III. No. III. of the Literary picture gallery, and admonitory epistles, to the visitors of Ballston-Spa. / By Simeon Senex, Esquire. Ballston-Spa [N.Y.]: : Printed by Miller & Riggs., 1808. New York (State) 1808
Literary picture gallery. No. IV. No. IV. of the Literary picture gallery, and admonitory epistles, to the visitors of Ballston-Spa. / By Simeon Senex, Esquire. Ballston-Spa [N.Y.]: : Printed by Miller and Riggs, for I. Cook., 1808. New York (State) 1808
Literary picture gallery. No. V. No. V. of the Literary picture gallery, and admonitory epistles, to the visitors of Ballston-Spa. / By Simeon Senex, Esquire. Ballston-Spa [N.Y.]: : Printed by Miller and Riggs, for I. Cook., 1808. New York (State) 1808
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 18th to the 27th of the fifth month, 1808, inclusive. : To the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. [New-York] : Printed by Samuel Wood, no. 357, Pearl-Street, New-York., [1808] New York (State) 1808
M. Carey (Firm) Sir, I submit to your consideration the following plan, in which I request your cooperation. : I shall immediately issue proposals for three different quarto Bibles, at 6, at 10, and at 12 dollars. ... [Philadelphia : Printed by M. Carey, 1808] Pennsylvania 1808
Massachusetts. Laws of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. : Passed at several sessions of the General Court, holden in Boston. : Published agreeably to a resolve passed in January, 1808. Boston: : Printed by Adams and Rhoades, printers to the state., 1808. Massachusetts 1808
Massachusetts. Laws passed at the session commenced on the ninth of November, 1808. [Boston : Adams & Rhoades?, 1808] Massachusetts 1808
Massachusetts. Laws passed at the session commenced on the twenty-fifth May, 1808. [Boston : Adams & Rhoades?, 1808] Massachusetts 1808
Massachusetts. General Court. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the House of Representatives, Nov. 15, 1808. : The committee appointed to consider "whether it will be expedient for this legislature to adopt any measures with a view to procure a repeal of the laws of the United States, interdicting to the citizens all foreign commerce ... ask leave to report the following resolutions:-- Resolved, that the senators of this commonwealth in Congress be instructed, and the representatives thereof requested to use their most strenuous exertions to procure an immediate repeal of the ... embargo ... [Boston : s.n., 1808] Massachusetts 1808
Massachusetts. General Court. The committee of both houses appointed to consider the most eligible mode of appointing electors : of president and vice president of the United States, ask leave to report, the following order ... [Boston : s.n., 1808] Massachusetts 1808
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. : In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eight. : An act regulating arrests and attachments on mesne process. [Boston] : B. Parks, printer., [1808] Massachusetts 1808
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eight. : An act regulating attachments on real estate. [Boston : s.n., 1808] Massachusetts 1808
Massachusetts. Governor (1807-1808 : Sullivan) Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His Excellency James Sullivan, Esquire ... A proclamation. : Whereas it appears ... a number of men armed and disguised ... made an assault upon the person of one Henry Johnson, a deputy sheriff of the county of Kennebeck ... Given at the Council chamber in Boston, by and with the advice of the Council, this first day of February ... one thousand eight hundred and eight. ... [Boston : Printed by Young and Minns, 1808] Massachusetts 1808
Massachusetts. Militia. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Head-quarters at Boston, the 1st day of February, 1808. : By His Excellency James Sullivan, Esquire, commander in chief: General orders, to be observed by the major-general, and the officers and soldiers of the eighth division of the militia:[.] [Boston : s.n., 1808] Massachusetts 1808
Massachusetts. Militia. Head-quarters at Boston, March 15, 1808. General orders. : The commander in chief, having in his general orders hitherto paid great regard to the discipline, equipment and regulation of the militia ... [Boston : s.n., 1808] Massachusetts 1808
Massachusetts. Treasury Office. Tax for the year 1808. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Thompson J. Skinner, Esquire, treasurer and receiver-general of said commonwealth, to the selectmen or assessors of the [blank] of [blank] : In obedience to a law ... These are in the name of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, to will and require you forthwith to assess, in dollars and cents, the sum ... Given under my hand and seal at Boston, the [blank] day of April ... one thousand eight hundred and eight. [Boston : Printed by Young and Minns, 1808] Massachusetts 1808
Merrill, Daniel, 1765-1833. The mode and subjects of baptism, examined in seven sermons: : to which is added a brief history of the Baptists. / By Daniel Merrill, A.M. Pastor of the Church of Christ in Sedgwick, ; [Two lines of Scripture text] Abingdon, Virginia:-- : Printed for John Jones, Jun. by John G. Ustick., 1808. Virginia 1808
Merrimack Humane Society. Order of exercises for the anniversary of the Merrimack Humane Society. : September 6, 1808. [Newburyport, Mass. : s.n., 1808] Massachusetts 1808
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. 'Tis all for the best. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, New-Haven. Printed for the Connecticut Religious Tract Society, and deposited for sale, at the book-store of I. Cooke, & Co. Price $2 50 cents per hund., [1808?] Connecticut 1808
Morris, Benjamin Wistar, 1762-1825. Public sale, : of the following valuable real estate at the Merchant's Coffee House in Second Street ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1808] Pennsylvania 1808
Morris, Benjamin Wistar, 1762-1825. The subscriber offers for sale, to actual settlers only, : the following lots and lands situated in the county of Tioga, and state of Pennsylvania, one half of the entire plot of the town of Wellsborough ... according to the plan thereof, which will be shown by the subscriber while in Philadelphia, or by his son Samuel W. Morris, at his residence in Wellsborough. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1808] Pennsylvania 1808
New England primer. The New-England primer improved, : for the more easy attaining the true reading of English. : To which is added, the Assembly of Divines & Episcopal catechisms. Brooklyn: : Printed by Thomas Kirk, 1808. New York (State) 1808
New England primer. The New-England primer, improved, : for the more easy attaining the true reading of English. : To which is added, the Assembly of Divines' catechism. Pittsfield [Mass.]: : Printed by Phinehas Allen., 1808. Massachusetts 1808
New England primer. The New-England primer, or An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : To which is added, the catechism. : Ornamented with cuts. Haverhill, Mass. : Printed and sold by the thou-sand, hundred, dozen or single, by Wm. B. Allen., [between 1808 and 1812] Massachusetts 1808
New York Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. Minute of the Yearly-Meeting, held in New-York, 5th month, 1808, on the state of society. [New York] : Printed by Samuel Wood, no. 362, Pearl-Street, New-York., [1808] New York (State) 1808
New-Orleans Mechanic Society. Constitution and by-laws of the New-Orleans Mechanic Society. New-Orleans: : --Printed by Bradford and Anderson., 1808. Louisiana 1808
O'Brien, Richard, approximately 1758-1824. God is great and merciful. : Port-embargo and adjacent coast, sounded and surveyed. / By R. O'Brien. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1808] Pennsylvania 1808
Pelham, William, 1759-1827. Boston, May 20, 1808. : About the last of June will be published by W. Pelham, in one vol. 12mo. price one dollar fifty cents in boards, (to subscribers 1 dollar 25 cents) A system of notation; representing the sounds of alphabetical characters by a new application to the accentual marks in present use, with such additions as were necessary to supply deficiencies. [Boston : Printed by Munroe, Francis & Parker?, 1808] Massachusetts 1808
Pennsylvania. An act to incorporate the Lancaster and Susquehanna Insurance Company. Lancaster [Pa.]: : Printed by William Hamilton., 1808. Pennsylvania 1808
Pepperpot, Simon. The sacred refuge for Federalists. : Henry Mellen, Esquire's very smart Federal song, "The Embargo," parodied by Simon Pepperpot the younger. : [four lines of verse] : Tune--"Come let us prepare." [New Hampshire? : s.n., 1808?] New Hampshire 1808
Perry, William, 1747-1808. The only sure guide to the English tongue, or, New pronouncing spelling book. : Upon the same plan as Perry's Royal standard English dictionary, now made use of in all the celebrated schools in Greatbritain and America. : To which is added, a large collection of moral tales and fables. : For the instruction of youth. : With an appendix ... / By William Perry, lecturer on the English Language, in the Academy of Edinburgh, and author of several valuable schoolbooks. [Worcester, Mass.] : Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts, by Isaiah Thomas, Jun. (Proprietor of the Improvements, according to law.) Sold wholesale and retail by him at his printing office in Worcester, and by said Thomas & Whipple, in Newburyport, and by Massachusetts 1808
Pickering, Timothy, 1745-1829. A letter from the Hon. Timothy Pickering, a senator of the United States from the state of Massachusetts: : exhibiting to his constituents a view of the iminent danger of an unnecessary and ruinious war. : Addressed to His Excellency James Sullivan, governor of the said state. [New Haven] : Boston, printed. New-Haven, re-printed by Oliver Steele and Co., 1808. Connecticut 1808
Pickering, Timothy, 1745-1829. Letter from the Hon. Timothy Pickering, senator of the United States, from the state of Massachusetts, : to his Excellency James Sullivan, governor of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. : To which is added, the speech of Mr. Gardenier, on the bill supplementary to the embargo law. : Also, the speech of General Eaton, in the legislature of Massachusetts, on the adopting of certain resolutions approving the conduct of the administration of the general government. Carlisle [Pa.]: : Printed by Alexander & Phillips., 1808. Pennsylvania 1808
Pickering, Timothy, 1745-1829. Mr. Pickering's speech in the Senate of the United States, on the resolution offered by Mr. Hillhouse to repeal the several acts laying an embargo, November 30, 1808. [United States : s.n., 1808] United States 1808
Pickering, Timothy, 1745-1829. Mr. Pickering's speech, in the Senate of the United States, December 1, 1808, : on the resolution offered by Mr. Hillhouse to repeal the several acts laying an embargo, November 30, 1808. [United States : s.n., 1808] United States 1808
G.P.W. Butler & Co. Subscriptions are solicited for the Eagle, : a weekly newspaper, printed in the town of Cumberland, Allegany County, (Md) by G.P.W. Butler & Co. [Cumberland, Md. : G.P.W. Butler & Co., 1809] Maryland 1809
Georgia Medical Society. The substance of a report, read before the Georgia Medical Society, by a committee of its members, February 4, 1809; in obedience to the following resolution: : "That a committee of three persons be appointed to report, at the next regular meeting of the society, on the injurious consequences, which result to the inhabitants of Savannah, from the cultivation of the contiguous low grounds in rice; and what would be the probable effects that would arise, from a change in the mode of their cultivation." : Published at the request of the citizens of Savannah. Savannah: : Printed by Everitt & Evans, opposite the Exchange., 1809. Georgia 1809
Gleason, Peter Buel, 1780-1869. Hartford, December, 1809. : Proposals for the Connecticut evangelical magazine; and religious intelligencer. / By Peter B. Gleason, printer, Hartford; who has engaged the assistance of respectable editors. [Hartford : Printed by Peter B. Gleason, 1809] Connecticut 1809
Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774. The vicar of Wakefield. : A tale, / supposed to have been written by himself. ; [One line in Latin] ; To which are prefixed Memoirs of Oliver Goldsmith, M.B. By Dr. John Aikin. Walpole, N.H. : Printed by Thomas & Thomas. Cheever Felch, printer., 1809. New Hampshire 1809
Gombert, Johann. Ein neues Trauer-Lied, : enthaltend die Geschichte von Susanna Cox, die in Reading wegen dem Mord ihres Kindes hingerichtet wurde. [Reading, Pa.? : s.n., 1809] Pennsylvania 1809
Gould, Stephen, 1777-1839. New-York, October, 1809. : Sir, I take the liberty of forwarding to you my catalogue of law books and law blanks for the present season. ... [New York : Stephen Gould, 1809] New York (State) 1809
Guillemain de Saint-Victor, Louis. Le vrai maçon, contenant le catéchisme du grade d'apprentif, l'ouverture et clôture des différentes loges, l'instruction de table, les santés génèrales et particulières, ainsi que les devoirs des premiers officiers en charge; enrichi d'une infinité de demandes et réponses symboliques ... A Philadelphie [i.e. Paris?]. : [s.n.], 5809 [i.e., 1809]. France 1809
H. R. Hymns, composed chiefly for camp-meetings. / By H.R. Long-Island. New-York: : Printed by John C. Totten, no. 155 Chatham-Street., 1809. New York (State) 1809
Harriott, John, 1745-1817. Struggles through life, : exemplified in the various travels and adventures in Europe, Asia, Africa, & America, of Lieut. John Harriott, now resident-magistrate of the Thames-Police. : In two volumes. Volume I[-II]. [Philadelphia] : London printed. Philadelphia reprinted by James Humphreys; and sold by him at his store on Change-Walk; sold also by J.W. Burditt & Co. Boston: Beers & Howe, New Haven: Inskeep & Bradford, New York: and Coale & Thomas, Baltimore., 1809. Pennsylvania 1809
Harvard University. Catalogue of the members of Harvard College, Cambridge, October, A.D. 1809. [Cambridge, Mass.] : Hilliard & Metcalf, printers., [1809] Massachusetts 1809
Harvard University. Extracts from the laws of Harvard College, : for the information of the parents and guardians of students. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf, 1809?] Massachusetts 1809
Haverhill Academy Lottery. A list of prizes and fortunate numbers drawn in the first class of Haverhill Academy Lottery. : Up to the 7th December 1809, inclusive. First drawn blank on the 3rd day No 9969--100 dollars[.] The numbers without figures against them are prizes of six dollars. Portsmouth [N.H.]: : Printed by S. Whidden., [1809] New Hampshire 1809
Higgins, David, 1761-1842. The house of God His habitiation; thither His people will come and seek Him. : A sermon, delivered at Marcellus (N.Y.) at the dedication of a house for public worship, in Skaneateles Village, March 1, 1809. / By David Higgins, A.M. pastor of a church in Aurelius. Manlius [N.Y.]: : Printed for the Society, by Leonard Kellogg., 1809. New York (State) 1809
Holmes, David, 1770-1832. Washington, 6th March, 1809. : Dear Sir, Heretofore, in the performance of the duty which I have assigned to myself, of addressing my constituents at the close of each session of Congress ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1809] District of Columbia 1809
Horner, J. The silver penny, or, New lottery book, for children. / By J. Horner, Esq. of the Royal Society of A.B.C. &c. Albany: : Printed by E. and E. Hosford., 1809. New York (State) 1809
Howard, Benjamin, 1760-1814. Washington City, June 28th, 1809. : Sir, Not unmindful of my duty, and aware of your just expectations, I avail myself of the occasion afforded me, at the close of this session, to address you upon the subject of our national affairs. ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1809] District of Columbia 1809
Inskeep and Bradford. Inskeep & Bradford, no. 128, Broadway, have received by the Ann from London, and are now opening, a large collection of the latest publications of the British metropolis. : Among them are the following: most of which have never before been in this country. [New York] : W. Elliot, printer, corner of Wall and Williams-streets., [1809] New York (State) 1809
Jacob W. Brewster, & Co. Hanover & Hartford mail stages. : Summer arrangement--from the first of May, to the first of November. [Northampton, Mass. : s.n., 1809] Massachusetts 1809
Johnson, R. (Richard), 1733 or 1734-1793. The history of Tommy Careless; or, The misfortunes of a week. : Embellished with cutus. Hallowell, (Maine) : Published by Ezekiel Goodale. N. Cheever, printer., [1809] Maine 1809
Johnson, William, 1769-1848. Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of Judicature; and in the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction of Errors, in the state of New-York. / By William Johnson, counsellor at law. ; Vol. III. New-York: : Printed and published by Isaac Riley., 1809. New York (State) 1809
Josephus, Flavius. The genuine works of Flavius Josephus, : the learned and authentic Jewish historian, and celebrated warrior. : Translated from the original Greek, according to Havercamp's accurate edition. : With copious notes, & proper observations. : In three volumes. Volume I[-III]. Containing ... / Translated by William Whiston, A.M. late professor of mathematics in the University of Cambridge. Printed at Springfield [Mass.], : for Johnson and Warner, Philadelphia, and Isaiah Thomas, Jun. Worcester., 1809. Massachusetts 1809
Junius, active 18th century. The letters of Junius. : [One line in Latin] New-York: : Printed for M. Carey, Philadelphia, and E. Sargeant, New-York., 1809. New York (State) 1809
Key, Philip Barton, 1757-1815. Citizens of Massachusetts, read this!! : (Debate on the president's message, inclosing Mr. Canning's letter and Mr. Pinkney's answer.) Speech delivered in Congress, Jan. 17, 1809, / by Philip B. Key ... [Boston? : s.n., 1809] Massachusetts 1809
Kingsbury, Ephraim, 1775-1855. Land office. : Ephraim Kingsbury & William Whitelaw, have opened a land office, in Haverhill, county of Grafton, and state of Newhampshire, where they can give information respecting proprietors' meetings and sales of land for taxes ... [Haverhill, N.H. : s.n., 1809] New Hampshire 1809
Lacroix, Irenée Amelot de. Rules and regulations for the field exercise and manoeuvres of the French infantry, issued August 1, 1791. : Abridged. : And all the manoeuvres added, which have been since adopted by the Emperor Napoleon. : In two volumes. The second volume to consist of plates. / By Col. Irenee Amelot de Lacroix, late chief of brigade in the French service. [Boston] : Printed and published by T.B. Wait & Co. Court-Street--Boston., 1809. Massachusetts 1809
Lenox Academy. A catalogue of the officers and students of Lenox Academy, for the year 1808. [Stockbridge, Mass.? : s.n., 1809] Massachusetts 1809
Leyden Baptist Association (Vt.) Minutes of the Leyden Association, holden at Charlemont, on the 11th and 12th of October, 1809: : together with their circular and corresponding letters. [Massachusetts? : s.n., 1809] Massachusetts 1809
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 24th of the 5th month, to the 1st of the 6th month, 1809, inclusive, : to the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends in Great-Britain, Ireland and elsewhere. [New-York] : Printed by Samuel Wood, no. 357, Pearl-Street, New-York., [1809] New York (State) 1809
M. Carey (Firm) Philadelphia, August 10, 1809. : Proposals for publishing by subscription, by Mathew Carey, Fordyce's Sermons to young ladies. [Philadelphia : Printed by M. Carey, 1809] Pennsylvania 1809
Madison, James, 1751-1836. President Madison's inaugural speech. : Washington, March 4, 1809 ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1809] District of Columbia 1809
Malthus, T. R. (Thomas Robert), 1766-1834. An essay on the principle population; or, A view of its past and present effects on human happiness; : with an inquiry into our prospects respecting the future removal or mitigation of the evils which it occasions. / By T.R. Malthus, A.M. late fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge. ; In two volumes. ; Vol. I[-II]. George Town [D.C.]: : Published by J. Milligan, at J. March's bookstore. R. Chew Weightman, printer., 1809. District of Columbia 1809
Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society. Order of performance, at the 15th anniversary celebration of the Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society. : Friday, June 2, 1809. [Boston] : Russell & Cutler, printers., [1809] Massachusetts 1809
Massachusetts. Laws passed at the session commenced on the twenty-fifth of January, 1809. [Boston : Adams & Rhoades?, 1809] Massachusetts 1809
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the House of Representatives, June 16th, 1809. : Resolved, that the senators of this commonwealth in the Congress of the United States be instructed, and the representatives thereof requested, to use their best endeavours, to cause the following article to be proposed ... as an amendment to the Constitution ... [Boston : s.n., 1809] Massachusetts 1809
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. Mr. Crowninshield's resolutions. : Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the House of Representatives, November 16th 1808. [Boston : s.n., 1809] Massachusetts 1809
Massachusetts. General Court. Senate. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nine. : An act to provide for the better payment of bank bills or notes, and for other purposes. [Boston : s.n., 1809] Massachusetts 1809
Massachusetts. Militia. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, May 13, 1809. : The commander in chief has received instructions from the president of the United States, that the detachment of 10920 militia ... is no longer required to be held in readiness for actual service ... [Boston : s.n., 1809] Massachusetts 1809
Massachusetts. Militia. General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, Nov. 14th, 1809. : The military reviews of the state being finished for the current year, the commander in chief takes the earliest opportunity to present his thanks to the officers and soldiers ... [Boston : s.n., 1809] Massachusetts 1809
Massachusetts. Treasury Office. Tax for the year 1809. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Josiah Dwight, Esquire, treasurer and receiver-general of said commonwealth. To the selectmen or assessors of the [blank] of [blank] : In obedience to a law ... These are in the name of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, to will and require you forthwith to assess, in dollars and cents, the sum ... Given under my hand and seal, at Boston, the [blank] day of April ... one thousand eight hundred and nine. [Boston : s.n., 1809] Massachusetts 1809
M'Culloch, William, 1782-1816. W. M'Culloch, bookseller and stationer, no. 306, Market-Street, Philadelphia, has for sale, among other articles, the following books. [Philadelphia : William M'Culloch, between 1809 and 1811] Pennsylvania 1809
Methodist Episcopal Church. A short scriptural catechism, intended for the use of the Methodist societies. New-York: : Published by J. Wilson and D. Hitt for the Methodist Connection in the United States. J.C. Totten, printer., 1809. (Price 6 1/4 cents.) New York (State) 1809
Methodist Episcopal Church. Minutes taken at the several annual conferences of the Methodist Episcopal Church, in the United States of America, for the year 1809. New-York: : Published by John Wilson and Daniel Hitt, for the Methodist Connection in the United States. J.C. Totten, printer., 1809. New York (State) 1809
Moore, Moses, 1767- Hark!!!! The noted horse Thunderbolt, : who was bred by Isaac Finly, of Kentucky ... will stand the season of 1809, which will commence the 15th of March, and expire the 15th of July next, at James Payne's stable, in Fayette County, two miles from the centre of Lexington ... [Lexington, Ky.? : s.n., 1809] Kentucky 1809
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. The sorrows of Yamba, : with some other select pieces, illustrating the cruelty of the slave-trade. : [Four lines of verse] [Greenwich, Mass.] : John Howe, printer:--Greenwich. Price, six cents single., 1809. Massachusetts 1809
Muir, James, 1757-1820. Sermon. [Alexandria, Va. : s.n., 1809] Virginia 1809
Neilson, William, 1774-1821. Neilson's Greek exercises. : Abridged and revised in syntax, ellipsis, dialects, prosody, and metaphrasis: : to which is prefixed, a concise, but comprehensive syntax. For the use of colleges, academies and schools. : [Nine lines from Thomson] / By the principals of Baltimore College. Baltimore: : Printed for the proprietors by Swain and Matchett., 1809. Maryland 1809
New England primer. The New England primer, : to which is added the Shorter catechism. Pittsburgh, : Published by Zadok Cramer, and sold at his bookstore, (Franklin's Head) Market-Street. Cramer & Spear, printers--, 1809. Pennsylvania 1809
New England primer. The New-England primer, or An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : To which is added, the catechism. : Ornamented with cuts. Haverhill, Mass. : Printed and sold by W.B. Allen by the thousand, hundred, dozen or single., 1809. Massachusetts 1809
New York (N.Y.). City Inspector. Return of deaths in the city of New-York, for the years 1804, 5, 6, 7, and 1808. : Published by order of the Common Council. New York: : Printed by Southwick and Pelsue, no. 2, Wall-Street., 1809. New York (State) 1809
New York (State). Commissary of Military Stores. In Assembly--February 27, 1809. : Governor's message. [Albany : s.n., 1809] New York (State) 1809
Newburyport Phoenix Marine and Fire Insurance Company. The association bonds, of the Newburyport Phoenix Marine and Fire Insurance Company. [Newburyport, Mass. : s.n., 1809] Massachusetts 1809
Nye, E. Profiles. : E. Nye, respectfully informs the public that ... he proposes to take profile miniatures. ... [Newark, N.J. : s.n., 1809] New Jersey 1809
Perry, William, 1747-1808. The royal standard English dictionary: : in which the words are not only rationally divided into syllables, accurately accented, and their part of speech properly distinguished; but likewise by a key to this work, comprising the various sounds of the vowels and consonants, denoted by typographical characters, and illustrated by examples, which render it intelligible to the weakest capactiy, it exhibits their true pronunciation, according to the present practice of men of letters, eminent orators, and politce speakers, in London. Upon a plan perfectly plain, and entirely new. : To which is added the proper names of persons, and places in the Old and New Testaments; names of the principal cities, rivers, mountains, &c. in the known world; the ancient and modern poets, philosophers, patriots, statesmen, &c. all accurately accented, with their proper pronunciation pointed out. / By William Perry, author of The standard French and English pronouncing dictionary, The man of business and gentleman's assistant, The only sure guide to the English tongue, &c. Baltimore: : Published by Samuel Jefferis, Market-Street. Manning & Loring, printers, Boston., [1809 or 1810] Maryland 1809
Plain Truth. To the Democratic Republican electors of the county of Hampshire. : Felow-citizens [sic], I am not about to address you in terms of invective and reproach; but in the language of reason and affection. ... [Northampton, Mass.? : s.n., 1809] Massachusetts 1809
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. Essay on man, : in four epistles to Henry St. John, Lord Bolingbroke. : To which is added, The universal prayer. / By Alexander Pope, Esq. Concord, N.H. : Published by Daniel Coolidge [i.e., Cooledge]. Sold wholesale and retail at his book-store. George Hough, printer., 1809. New Hampshire 1809
Gates, Theophilus R. (Theophilus Ransom), 1787-1846. Truth: or The religious sentiments of Theophilus R. Gates. [Wilmington, Del. : s.n., 1810] Delaware 1810
Genlis, Stéphanie Félicité, comtesse de, 1746-1830. Belisarius; : a historical romance, in two volumes. / From the French. By Madame de Genlis. ; Vol. I[-II]. Baltimore: : Published by Philip H. Nicklin & Co. Printed by Jos. Robinson., 1810. Maryland 1810
Glas, John, 1695-1773. A plea for pure and undefiled religion. [New York? : s.n., 181-?] New York (State) 1810
Graham, Dougal, 1724-1779. The comical sayings, of Paddy from Cork, with his coat buttoned behind, to keep his belly warm. : Being an elegant conference between English Tom, and Irish Paddy; with Paddy's catechism:--his opinion of Purgatory--the state of the dead--and his supplication when a mountain sailor. Boston: : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, J'r. Milk-Street, corner Theatre-Alley. Price 10 cents., [between 1810 and 1824] Massachusetts 1810
Green, James S. (James Sproat), 1792-1862. A valedictory oration, delivered before the Polyhymnian Debating Society / by James S. Green, late president, and now honorary member of said Society. ; [Two lines from Horace] [Philadelphia : s.n.], 1810. Pennsylvania 1810
Haines, Samuel, 1780-1825. New-Year's gift, : addressed to the patrons of the New- Hampshire patriot. [Concord, N.H. : Printed by Isaac Hill, 1810] New Hampshire 1810
Harvard University. Harvard University, Cambridge. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. : Order of exercises for commencement. August 29, 1810. [Cambridge, Mass.] : Hilliard & Metcalf, printers., [1810] Massachusetts 1810
Harvard University. Harvard University. : Order of exercises for exhibition. August 21, A.D. 1810. [Cambridge, Mass.] : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf., [1810] Massachusetts 1810
Harvard University. Harvard University. : Order of the performances for exhibition. October 23, 1810. [Cambridge, Mass.] : Hilliard & Metcalf, printers., [1810] Massachusetts 1810
Haynes, Lemuel, 1753-1833. A sermon on universal salvation, a very ancient doctrine : with some account of the life and character of its author. / By Lemuel Haynes, A.M. [United States : s.n., 181-?] United States 1810
Hayward, M. M. Hayward's genuine essence of pennyroyal. [Hanover, N.H.? : s.n., 181-?] New Hampshire 1810
Hayward, M. M. Hayward's genuine essence of peppermint. [Hanover, N.H.? : s.n., 181-?] New Hampshire 1810
Hayward, M. M. Hayward's genuine essence of spearmint. [Hanover, N.H.? : s.n., 181-?] New Hampshire 1810
Heidelberger Katechismus. Catechismus, oder Kurzer Unterricht christlicher Lehre, : für die Jugend in den reformirten Schulen in der churfürstlichen Pfalz und andern Reformirten Orten zu gebrauchen: : samt der Haus-Tafel, mit und ohne biblischem Sprüch-Büchlein, : alles zu Ehre und Lob Gottes. Germantaun [Pa.] : Gedruckt und zu finden bei Michael Billmeyer., 1810. Pennsylvania 1810
Hopkinson, Joseph, 1770-1842. Hail Columbia! : and Old Conscience. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] United States 1810
Hornsey, John. The child's monitor; or, Parental instruction; : in four parts: : containing a great variety of progressive lessons, (interspersed with moral and religious reflections) adapted to the comprehension of children; and calculated to instruct them in reading, and the use of stops, and, at the same time, to give them some knowledge of natural history, the Scriptures, and of several other sublime and important subjects. / by John Hornsey, author of ... ; [Two lines from Blair] Philadelphia : Published by Benjamin and Thomas Kite, no. 20, North Third Street., 1810. Pennsylvania 1810
Hume, David, 1711-1776. The history of England, : from the invasion of Julius Caesar to the Revolution in 1688. : In seven volumes. / By David Hume, Esq. ; Vol. I[-VII]. Philadelphia: : Published by Levis & Weaver, no. 193, Market Street. Thomas L. Plowman, printer., 1810. Pennsylvania 1810
Hutton, Joseph, 1787-1828. Address of the carriers of the Philadelphia repertory to their patrons, on the commencement of the year 1811. [Philadelphia : Printed by Dennis Heartt, 1810] Pennsylvania 1810
J. & A.Y. Humphreys (Firm) Philadelphia, March [blank] 181[blank] : We have in the press and will publish as speedily as possible the new and very popular work of W.S. Ryley [i.e., S.W. Ryley], called The itinerant. Your subscription for any number of copies not less than thirty on the following terms will be esteemed a favour. ... [Philadelphia : Printed by J. & A.Y. Humphreys, 1810] Pennsylvania 1810
J. & T. Gladding. Correct profiles. : J. & T. Gladding, from Philadelphia, respectfully inform the ladies and gentlemen of Albany, and its vicinity, that they execute profiles in a superior style ... [Albany] : E. & E. Hosford....printers....Albany., [1810] New York (State) 1810
Ladd, Nathaniel. The dictates of right reason or A solemn warning to unfaithful ministers. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] United States 1810
Leland, John, 1754-1841. A budget of scraps. / By John Leland. Pittsfield [Mass.]: : Printed by Phinehas Allen., May, 1810. Massachusetts 1810
Leland, John, 1754-1841. Miscellaneous essays in prose and verse. / By John Leland. [Pittsfield, Mass.? : s.n., 1810?] Massachusetts 1810
Lemprière, John, 1765?-1824. Universal biography; : containing a copious account critical and historical, of the life and character, labors and actions of eminent persons, in all ages and countries, conditions and professions. : Arranged in alphabetical order. / By J. Lempriere, D.D. ; In two volumes. Vol. I[-II]. New-York: : Published by E. Sargeant, no. 86 Broadway., 1810. New York (State) 1810
Lemprière, John, 1765?-1824. Universal biography; : containing a copious account, critical and historical, of the life and character, labors and actions of eminent persons, in all ages and countries, conditions and professions. : Arranged in alphabetical order. / By J. Lempriere, D.D. author of The classical dictionary. ; In two volumes. Vol. I[-II]. New-York: : Published by Ezra Sargeant, no. 86 Broadway, opposite Trinity Church. Sold also by M. & W. Ward, no. 4 City-Hotel; and Munroe, Francis & Parker, Boston; Beers & Howe, New-Haven; and Brannan & Morford, Philadelphia., 1810. New York (State) 1810
Lord Bateman. Lord Bakeman. : Who was taken by the Turks end [sic] put in prison, and who was afterwards released by the jailor's daughter, whom he married. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Milk-Street,--Boston., [between 1810 and 1824] Massachusetts 1810
Luther, Martin, 1483-1546. Der kleine Catechismus des sel. D. Martin Luthers. : Nebst den gewöhnlichen Morgen- Abend- und Tisch-Gebeten. Welchem die Ordnung des Heils, in einem Liede, in kurzen Sätzen, in Frag und Antwort, und in einer Tabelle; wie auch eine Zergliederung des Catechismus; das Würtemburgische kurze Kinder-Examen, die Confirmation und Beichte beygefügt, und etliche Lieder, Freylinghausens Ordnung des Heils, das Goldene A B C der Kinder, und die sieben Buss-Psalmen, angehängt sind. : Zum Gebrauch der Jungen und Alten. Philadelphia: : Gedruckt bey Jacob Meyer. Für Johnson und Warner Nro. 147. Marktstrasse., 1810. Pennsylvania 1810
Lyford, W. G. (William Gilman), 1784-1852. Prospectus of a new periodical work. : It is proposed (in case sufficient encouragement offers to justify the undertaking) to commence the publication of a new work in Richmond, Virginia, on the first of January, 1811, under the title of the Freemasons' magazine, and miscellaneous library. By an association. [Richmond : Published by W.G. Lyford, 1810] Virginia 1810
Madison, Seth. Elegiac poems, written on the life and death of Elizabeth Wisner, : who died March 3, 1810, in the triumph of faith, having lived with her surviving husband, James Wisner, of Camillus, upwards of twenty-one years, by whom she had ten children, although but seven of them are now living. This woman was remarkable in her youthful days for candor and moral virtue; and, subsequent to her conversion of heart, she was as remarkable in goodness and Christian piety. / By Seth Madison. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts] [Auburn, N.Y.] : 1810. Auburn:--Printed by H. & J. Pace., [1810] New York (State) 1810
Massachusetts. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ten. : An act repealing an act, entitled "An act for regulating towns, setting forth their power, and for the choice of town officers, and for repealing all laws, heretofore made for that purpose." [Boston : s.n., 1810] Massachusetts 1810
Massachusetts. Laws passed at the session, commenced on the twenty-fourth of January, one thousand eight hundred and ten. [Boston : Adams, Rhoades, & Co.?, 1810] Massachusetts 1810
Massachusetts. General Court. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ten. : An act, providing for the punishment of duelling, and for preventing the same; and for repealing all laws heretofore made for that purpose. [Boston : s.n., 1810] Massachusetts 1810
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. List of the members of the House of Representatives, 1810. [Boston : s.n., 1810] Massachusetts 1810
Massachusetts. General Court. Senate. Rules & orders to be observed in the Senate of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, for the year 1810. : Published by order of the Senate. [Boston] : Russell & Cutler, printers, 1810. Massachusetts 1810
Massachusetts. Militia. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Head-quarters, Boston, June 2, 1810. General orders. : The governor and commander in chief has appointed George Blake, and James T. Austin, Esquires, both of Boston, to be his aids-de-camp ... [Boston : s.n., 1810] Massachusetts 1810
Massachusetts. Treasury Office. Tax for the year 1810. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Josiah Dwight, Esquire, treasurer and receiver-general of said commonwealth. : To the selectmen or assessors of the [blank] of [blank] In obedience to a law ... These are in the name of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, to will and require you forthwith to assess, in dollars and cents, the sum ... Given under my hand and seal, at Boston, the [blank] day of April ... one thousand eight hundred and ten. [Boston : s.n., 1810] Massachusetts 1810
Mercer, Lurana, -1824. By Lurana Mercer, on the death of her husband. [United States : s.n., 1810?] United States 1810
Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850. A discourse designed to commemorate the discovery of New-York by Henry Hudson; : delivered before the New-York Historical Society, September 4, 1809; being the completion of the second century since that event. / By Samuel Miller, D.D. one of the pastors of the First Presbyterian Church in the City of New-York, and member of the Historical Society. New-York: : Printed and published by I. Riley., 1810. New York (State) 1810
Milns, William, 1761-1801. Milns's round-text copies, written for the use of the city commercial school. [New York : Collins & Co., between 1810 and 1816] New York (State) 1810
Montagu, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720-1800. The letters of Mrs. Elizabeth Montagu, with some of the letters of her correspondents. / Published by Matthew Montague, Esq. M. P. her nephew and executor. Boston: : Published by William M'Ilhenny., 1810. Massachusetts 1810
Montmollin, Frederick, -1818? Catalogue of India goods. : On Thursday morning the 27th instant, at ten o'clock precisely, at Smith's stores, back of no. 117, North Water above Race-Street, will be sold, the cargo of the ship Mercury, Captain O'Connor, from Calcutta. [Philadelphia] : Printed by J. & A.Y. Humphreys, corner of Second and Walnut-Streets, Philadelphia., [1810] Pennsylvania 1810
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. The shepherd of Salisbury Plain. : [Four lines from President Dwight] New-Haven, : Publsihed by Walter, Austin and Co. O. Steele & Co. printers., 1810. Connecticut 1810
Morgan, Justin, 1747-1798. Judgment anthem. [Dedham, Mass.] : Printed by H. Mann, Dedham, for D. Belknap.--, 1810. Massachusetts 1810
Murray, Lindley, 1745-1826. A first book for children. / By Lindley Murray, author of "English grammar, adapted to the different classes of learners." Poughkeepsie [N.Y.]: : Printed by Paraclete Potter, Main-Street., 1810. New York (State) 1810
Murray, Lindley, 1745-1826. An abridgment of the English grammar: : with an appendix, containing an exemplification of the parts of speech, and exercises in syntax. : Designed for the younger classes of learners. / By Lindley Murray. Utica [N.Y.]: : Printed by Seward and Williams., 1810. New York (State) 1810
Murray, Lindley, 1745-1826. An English grammar: : comprehending the principles and rules of the language. : Illustrated by appropriate exercises, and a key to the exercises. / By Lindley Murray. ; [Two lines from Blair] ; In two volumes. Volume I-[II]. New-York: : Printed and sold by Collins and Perkins, no. 189, Pearl-Street., 1810. New York (State) 1810
Murray, Lindley, 1745-1826. English exercises, adapted to Murray's English grammar, : consisting of exercises in parsing;--instances of false orthography;--violations of the rules of syntax;--defects in punctuation; and violations of the rules respecting perspicuous and accurate writing. : Designed for the benefit of private learners, as well as for the use of schools. / By Lindley Murray. ; Stereotyped from the last English edition, by B. and J. Collins, New-York. New-York: : Printed and sold by Collins and Co. no. 189, Pearl Street., [between 1810 and 1820?] New York (State) 1810
New England primer. The New-England primer, improved, : for the more easy attaining the true reading of English. : To which is added, the Assembly of Divines catechism. Windham [Conn.] : : Printed by J. Byrne and Son., [between 1810 and 1815] Connecticut 1810
New England primer. The New-England primer. Or An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : Also, The Assembly of Divines' and the Episcopal Catechisms. New-York: : Printed by G. Bunce, for E. Duyckinck, no. 110, Pearl-St., 1810. New York (State) 1810
New Hampshire. Governor (1809-1810 : Smith) State of New-Hampshire. By the governor. A proclamation. For a day of public fasting and prayer. : ... Thursday, the twelfth day of April next ... Given at the Council chamber in Exeter, the nineteenth day of February ... one thousand eight hundred and ten ... [Exeter, N.H. : Printed by Charles Norris & Co., 1810] New Hampshire 1810
New Haven West Association (Conn.) Address of the Western Association of New-Haven County. [New Haven : s.n., after 1810?] Connecticut 1810
New York Literary Institution. New-York Literary Institution. : This institution, which was first opened in this city ... is now permanently established in that beautiful and commodious seat at the 4 mile stone, directly opposite the Botanic Gardens. ... [New York : s.n., 1810] New York (State) 1810
Newton, John, 1725-1807. The works of the Rev. John Newton, : late Rector of the United Parishes of St. Mary Woolnoth & St. Mary Woolchurch Haw, London. : From the last London edition, published by direction of his executors. : In six volumes. Vol. I[-VI]. [New-York] : Published by Williams and Whiting, New-York; B.B. Hopkins & Co. Philadelphia; Beers, Howe, & Co. New-Haven; Farrand, Mallory, & Co. Boston; Lyman, Mallory, & Co. Portland; Charles Tappan, Portsmouth. J. Seymour, printer., 1810. New York (State) 1810
Opposer to pride. The Devil advertised. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1840?] United States 1810
Ostrander, Daniel, 1772-1843. Circular. : To the ministers and members of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the state of New-York. [Albany : s.n., 1810] New York (State) 1810
Paine, Robert Treat, 1773-1811. Ode, / By Robert Treat Paine, Jun. Esq. [Boston] : Russell & Cutler, printers., [ca. 1810?] Massachusetts 1810
Peirce, Charles, 1770-1851. Classical book-store, : a few doors east of the parade, no. 5, Daniel-Street, Portsmouth, New-Hampshire. Charles Peirce has been, for sometime past, endeavoring to collect and furnish his store with a very general assortment of classical and school books, together with such instructive miscellaneous productions as are occasionally introduced into schools and academies--among which are-- [Portsmouth, N.H. : s.n., 1810] New Hampshire 1810
Pennsylvania. An act to incorporate the subscribers to the American Fire Insurance Company. : Published from a certified copy issued from the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth,. Philadelphia. : Printed by John Binns[,] Franklin Court, Market Street., 1810. Pennsylvania 1810
Pennyworth of wit. A penny-worth of wit: or, The merchant reclaimed. : Here is a penny-worth of wit for all who are in need or it. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] United States 1810
Phillips Exeter Academy. Order of exercises. 1810. [Exeter, N.H.] : C. Norris & Co. printers., [1810] New Hampshire 1810
Phillips, R. (Richard), Sir, 1767-1840. The first catechism for children, : containing common things necessary to be known at an early age. / By the Rev. David Blair, author of The class-book, Reading exercises, Grammar of philosophy, &c. Philadelphia: : Published by Johnson & Warner., 1810. Pennsylvania 1810
Polly Goold. The last words of Polly Gould. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] United States 1810
Proprietors of the Salem and Danvers Aqueduct. Rules of the Proprietors of the Salem & Danvers Aqueduct, regulating the use of the water. [Salem, Mass. : s.n., ca. 1810?] Massachusetts 1810
G. & R. Waite (Firm) Baltimore, [blank] 1811. : Sir, Your ticket in the Susquehanna Canal Lottery, are drawn as under. Inclosed are schemes of three different lotteries now selling. Your future favors or those of your friends, will be punctually attended to, and all enquiries relative to the lottery business post paid, will be immediately answered by return of post. ... [Baltimore : s.n., 1811] Maryland 1811
Gates, Theophilus R. (Theophilus Ransom), 1787-1846. Truth: or The religious sentiments of Theophilus R. Gates. : [Three lines from Isaiah] Poughkeepsie [N.Y.]: : Printed by C.C. Adams & Co., 1811. New York (State) 1811
General Association of Massachusetts Proper. Extracts from the minutes of the General Association of Massachusetts Proper. June 26, 1811. Boston: : Printed by Samuel T. Armstrong, 50, Cornhill., 1811. Massachusetts 1811
German Fusilier Society (Charleston, S.C.) The constitution of the German Fusilier Society, : instituted at Charleston, South-Carolina, August 13th, 1792. Revised in 1805 and 1811. Charleston [S.C.]: : Printed by Gabriel Manigault Bounetheau, no. 250, East-Bay, Coates' Row., 1811. South Carolina 1811
Goodman, Titus, 1763- Sales at auction. : The public are hereby informed, that, the proprietors of the delightful and pleasantly situated town plat, on the bank of the Hudson, directly opposite the flourishing city of Albany, in the state of New-York--having made a division of their valuable purchase ... there will be exposed for sale, at public auction, on Tuesday, the 18th day of June next, a great variety of lots ... [Pittsfield, Mass.] : Milo Smith, printer, Pittsfield, (Mass.), [1811] Massachusetts 1811
Graydon, William, 1759-1840. Forms of conveyancing; and of practice in various courts and public offices. / Selected and prepared by William Graydon, Esquire. ; In two volumes. Vol. I[-II]. Printed at Harrisburgh, Pennsylvania, : by John Wyeth., 1811. Pennsylvania 1811
Harison, Richard, 1747-1829. Having seen a pamphlet published by the Reverend Cave Jones, entitled "Doctor Hobart's system of intolerance exemplified," wherein the writer refers to a conversation he had with me, previous to the publication of his former pamphlet, I think it proper to state the substance of the conversation, as it really was ... [New York] : Printed by D. & G. Bruce, no. 20 Slote-Lane., [1811] New York (State) 1811
Harvard University. Catalogue of the officers and students of Harvard University, Cambridge, October, 1811. [Cambridge, Mass.] : Hilliard & Metcalf, printers., [1811] Massachusetts 1811
Harvard University. Illustrissimo Elbridge Gerry, armig. LL.D. gubernatori ... : Theses hasce ... Habita in comitiis Universitatis Cantabrigiæ, Massachusettensis, die Augusti XXVIII, Anno Salutis MDCCCXI. ... [Cambridge, Mass.] : E prelo universitatis, Hilliard et Metcalf, typographis., [1811] Massachusetts 1811
Harvard University. Order of performances for exhibition, : October 22, 1811. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Harvard University. Order of the exercises for exhibition day, : April 30th, 1811. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Harvard University. Order of the exercises for exhibition day, : August 20, 1811. [Cambridge, Mass.] : Hilliard & Metcalf, printers., [1811] Massachusetts 1811
Hilliard, William, 1778-1836. Proposals for publishing by subscription a new periodical work, to be called the General repository and review. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Horner, J. The silver penny, or, New lottery book, for children. / by J. Horner, Esq. of the Royal Society of A.B.C. Albany: : Printed by E. and E. Hosford., 1811. New York (State) 1811
Hubbard, John, 1759-1810. The rudiments of geography: : Being a concise description of the various kingdoms, states, empires, countries, and islands in the world: : Together with their latitudes, longitudes, extent, boundaries, rivers, lakes, air, climate, soil, produce, manufactures, chief towns, population, religion, and learning. : With an introduction, explaining the astronomical part of geography. : To which is added a chronological table of the most important events which have happened, from the Creation of the world to the present day. / By the late Hon. John Hubbard, Professor of Mathematicks and Natural Theology in Dartmouth College. Walpole, (N.H.) : Published by Cheever Felch, sold wholesale and retail at his wholesale book store in Walpole; sold also at the book-stores of Wm. Fessenden, Brattleboro'; Merrifield & Cochran, Windsor; Justin Hinds, Hanover; Daniel Cooledge, Concord; Wm New Hampshire 1811
Jackson, William (Accountant) Book-keeping, in the true Italian form of debtor and creditor, by way of double entry: or, Practical book-keeping, exemplified from the precepts of the late ingenious D. Dowling, author of Mercantile arithmetic. : With the addition of computations in exchange, and tables, shewing the proportion that the weights and measures of the principal cities in Europe bear to each other. / By William Jackson, accountant. New-York: : Published by Smith & Forman, no. 195 & 213 Greenwich-Street. George Long, printer. 1811. Price two dollars., [1811] New York (State) 1811
Johnson, John, 1706-1791. The way to get married: : to which is added, Gregory's legacy to his daughters. Philadelphia: : Published by Johnson & Warner, no. 147, Market-Street., 1811. Pennsylvania 1811
Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784. The lives of the most eminent English poets; : with critical observations on their works. / By Samuel Johnson, L.L.D. ; In three volumes. Vol. I[-III]. Philadelphia: : Published by Johnson & Warner, 147 Market-Street., 1811. Pennsylvania 1811
Johnson, William, 1769-1848. Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of Judicature; and in the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction of Errors, in the state of New-York. / By William Johnson, counsellor at law. ; Vol. VIII. New-York: : Printed and published by Isaac Riley., 1811. New York (State) 1811
Le Ragois, Claude. Instruction sur l'histoire romaine, et Abrégé de l'histoire poétique, ou des divinités payennes. : Imprimé pour les pensionnaires de Mlle. Bancel. New-York, : Office économique, no. 61, Church-Street., 1811. New York (State) 1811
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 22d to the 31st of the fifth month, 1811, inclusive. : To the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. [New York] : Printed by Samuel Wood, no. 357 Pearl-Street. New-York., [1811] New York (State) 1811
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 22nd to the 31st of the fifth month, 1811, inclusive, : to the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends in Great-Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. New-Bedford [Mass.]: : Abraham Shearman, Jun. printer., [1811] Massachusetts 1811
Lorillard, George, -1832. Supreme Court. George Lorillard and Peter Lorillard, adsm. Richard Smith, ex. dem. Henry R. Teller, Peter Thallhimer and wife, Remsen Teller and Isaac Teller. [New York?: s.n., between 1811 and 1813] New York (State) 1811
Mason, John, 1646?-1694. Select remains of the Reverend John Mason, : A.M. late Rector of Water-Stratford, in the county of Bucks. Containing a variety of devout and useful sayings on divers subjects, digested under proper heads; religious observations; serious advice to youth; occasional reflections; and Christian letters. / Recommended by the late Reverend I. Watts, D.D. Pittsburgh: : Published by Patterson & Hopkins. Silas Engles & Co. printers., 1811. Pennsylvania 1811
Massachusetts Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. To [blank] appointed by the Massachusetts Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, a missionary for [blank] months in [blank] : Sir, During your mission, you will please faithfully to regard the following instructions ... [Boston : s.n., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Massachusetts. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eleven. : An act to ascertain the rateable estate within this commonwealth. [Boston : s.n., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Massachusetts. Laws of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, : passed by the General Court at their first session, commenced on the last Wednesday in May, one thousand eight hundred and eleven. [Boston : Adams, Rhoades, & Co.?, 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Massachusetts. Laws of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, : passed by the General Court, at their session commenced on the fourth Wednesday of January, one thousand eight hundred and eleven. [Boston : Adams, Rhoades, & Co.?, 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Massachusetts. General Court. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In Senate, June [blank] 1811. : Ordered, that one thousand five hundred copies of the report of the committee of both houses in favour of a grant of money to the sufferers by the late fire at Newburyport, and of the resolves thereon be printed ... [Boston : s.n., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. List of the members of the House of Representatives, 1811. [Boston : Printed by Adams, Rhoades & Co., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. Rules & orders to be observed in the House of Representatives, of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, for the year 1811. : Published by order of the House. [Boston] : Munroe & French, printers., 1811. Massachusetts 1811
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. Committee of Elections. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Report of the Committee of Elections on the Boston election. : House of Representatives. February 26, 1811. [Boston : s.n., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. Committee of Elections. House of Representatives, Jan. 30th--A.D. 1811. : The Committee of Elections respectfully submit the following statement of facts relative to the election of Tilly Merrick the sitting member from Concord ... [Boston : s.n., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Massachusetts. Militia. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. General orders.--Head quarters, Boston, March 14, 1811. : The commander in chief, taking into consideration the diverse constructions ... to the provisions by law for electing militia officers ... [Boston : s.n., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Massachusetts. Militia. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. General orders.--Head quarters, Boston, March 16, 1811. : The commander in chief deeply regrets that any circumstances exist to interrupt the harmony of the third brigade of the First Division of the militia ... [Boston : s.n., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Massachusetts. Militia. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Head quarters, Cambridge, July 1st, 1811. General orders. : The commander in chief having taken into consideration the subject of election returns made of platoon officers in the militia ... [Cambridge, Mass. : s.n., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Massachusetts. Militia. Order of parade for 3d regt. October 11, 1811. [Massachusetts : s.n., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Massachusetts. Militia. Division, 4th. Amherst, March 4, 1811. Division orders. : The major general directs, that in future all vacancies of the plattoon officers ... be filled ... [Springfield, Mass.? : s.n., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Massachusetts. Militia. Division, 4th. Springfield, December 20, 1810. Brigade orders. : Agreeably to division orders of the 27th of November last, a court martial will sit at Landlord Chapman's, in Northampton, on Wednesday the thirteenth day of February next ... for the trial of Adjutant William Ward ... [Greenwich, Mass.? : s.n., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Massachusetts. Militia. Division, 5th. Head-quarters, Plymouth, 27th August, 1811. Division orders. : The major-general orders the troops composing the first brigade in his division to meet by regiments, for review, inspection, and discipline ... [New Bedford, Mass.? : s.n., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Massachusetts. Treasury Office. State of the Treasury of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, January 1st, A.D. 1811. [Boston : s.n., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Methodist Episcopal Church. A short scriptural catechism, intended for the use of the Methodist societies. New-York: : Published by Daniel Hitt, for the Methodist Connection in the United States., 1811. (Price 6 1/4 cents.) New York (State) 1811
Methodist Episcopal Church. A short scriptural catechism, intended for the use of the Methodist societies. New-York: : Published by Daniel Hitt, for the Methodist Connection in the United States., 1811. (Price 6 1/4 cents.) New York (State) 1811
Methodist Episcopal Church. Minutes taken at the several annual conferences of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States of America, for the year 1811. New-York: : Published by Daniel Hitt, for the Methodist Connection in the United States. John C. Totten, printer., 1811. New York (State) 1811
Montgomery, James, 1771-1854. The Wanderer of Switzerland, a poem. / By James Montgomery. ; From the third American edition. ; [Four lines of verse.] Providence: : Printed by Brown and Wilson., 1811. Rhode Island 1811
New England primer. The New England primer, : much enlarged and better adapted to the use of children. : To which is added, the Assembly's catechism. Carlisle [Pa.]: : Printed by A. Loudon., 1811. Pennsylvania 1811
New England primer. The New-England primer, improved, : for the more easy attaining the true reading of English. : Adorned with cuts. : To which is added, the Assembly of Divines' catechism. Albany: : Published by E. Backus, and sold wholesale and retail at his store, no. 45, State-Street. 1811. (R. Schermerhorn's print--Troy.), [1811] New York (State) 1811
New England primer. The New-England primer, or An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : Adorned with cuts. : To which is added, the catechism. Massachusetts, : Printed for the purchaser., 1811. Massachusetts 1811
New England primer. The New-England primer. Or An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : Also, the Assembly of Divines' and the Episcopal catechisms. New-York: : Printed by C.W. Bunce,, 1811. New York (State) 1811
New England primer. The New-England primer. Or An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : Also, the Assembly of Divines' and the Episcopal catechisms. New-York: : Printed by G. Bunce, for Smith and Forman, 195 & 213. Greenwich-St., 1811. New York (State) 1811
New England primer. The New-England primer. Or An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : Also, the Assembly of Divines' and the Episcopal catechisms. New-York: : Printed by G. Bunce, for Smith and Forman, Greenwich-St., 1811. New York (State) 1811
New England primer. The New-England primer; or, An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : Adorned with cuts. : To which is added, the catechism. Walpole, N.H. : Printed by Cheever Felch, and sold by the single, hundred, and thousand at his wholesale book-store., 1811. New Hampshire 1811
New York (State) A collection of the acts, passed by the Legislature of New-York, relative to the Bank of New-York. [New York] : Printed by Peter Burtsell, stationer to the Bank of New-York., 1811. New York (State) 1811
New York Literary Institution. New-York Literary Institution, : at the 4 mile stone, Middle Road, directly opposite to the Botanic Garden. [New York : s.n., 1811] New York (State) 1811
Niles, Hezekiah, 1777-1839. Circular. Baltimore, June 26, 1811. : To [blank] Esq. postmaster at [blank] Sir, The favorable opinion that one man naturally forms of the character of another ... has induced me to solicit your aid in support of what (I hope) will become a national work, to be printed in this city, and entitled the "Weekly register," ... [Baltimore : Printed by Hezekiah Niles, 1811] Maryland 1811
Packard, Hezekiah, 1761-1849. A catechism, : containing the first principles of religious & social duties. : Adapted to the capacities of children and youth; designed for schools; and beneficial to heads of families. / By Hezekiah Packard, Minister of the Gospel. Burlington, Vt. : Printed by S. Mills., 1811. Vermont 1811
Patterson & Hopkins. Catalogue of books & stationary for sale by Patterson & Hopkins, Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh: : Printed by Silas Engles & Co., 1811. Pennsylvania 1811
Paxton, John Adems. To the citizens of Philadelphia [cartographic material] : this new plan of the city, and its environs. / Taken from actual survey is respectfully dedicated by their humble sert. John A. Paxton. ; W. Harrison sct. ; Drawn under the direction of J.A. Paxton, by Wm. Strickland. [Philadelphia] : Published as the act directs,, January 1, 1811. Pennsylvania 1811
Paxton, John Adems. To the citizens of Philadelphia [cartographic material] : this new plan of the city, and its environs. / Taken from actual survey is respectfully dedicated by their humble sert. John A. Paxton. ; W. Harrison sct. ; Drawn under the direction of J.A. Paxton, by Wm. Strickland. [Philadelphia] : Published as the act directs,, January 1, 1811. Pennsylvania 1811
Pennsylvania. Secretary of the Commonwealth. List of justices of the peace. : Published agreeably to a resolution of the House of Representatives. : Read January 7th, 1811. [Lancaster, Pa.] : Benjamin Grimler, printer., [1811] Pennsylvania 1811
Perry, William, 1747-1808. The only sure guide to the English tongue, or, New pronouncing spelling book. : Upon the same plan as Perry's Royal standard English dictionary, now made use of in all the celebrated schools in Greatbritain and America. : To which is added, a large collection of moral tales and fables. : For the instruction of youth. : With an appendix ... / By William Perry, lecturer on the English Language, in the Academy of Edinburgh, and author of several valuable schoolbooks. [Worcester, Mass.] : Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts. By Isaiah Thomas, Jun. (Proprietor of the improvements, according to law.) Sold wholesale and retail by him at his bookstores in Boston and Worcester, and by Thomas & Whipple, in Newburyport, and b Massachusetts 1811
Phillips Exeter Academy. Order of exercises. 1811. [Exeter, N.H.] : C. Norris & Co. printers., [1811] New Hampshire 1811
Porter, Jane, 1776-1850. The Scottish chiefs, : a romance. : In three volumes. / By Miss Jane Porter, author of Thaddeus of Warsaw, and Remarks on Sidney's aphorisms. ; [Two lines from Ossian] ; Vol. I[-III]. Baltimore: : Published by George Hill and J. Robinson. J. Robinson, printer., 1811[-1812]. Maryland 1811
Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. General Assembly. Extracts from the minutes of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America: A.D. 1811. Philadelphia: : Printed by Jane Aitken, no. 71, North Third Street., 1811. Pennsylvania 1811
Giles, John, 1755?-1824. Two discourses, delivered to the Second Presbyterian Society in Newburyport, August 20, 1812: : the day recommended by the president of the United States, for national humiliation and prayer. / By the Rev. John Giles. Bridgeport [Conn.], : Re-printed by Stiles Nichols,, 1812. Connecticut 1812
Goodale, Ebenezer. Record of the proceedings of a general court martial, holden at the court-house in Salem, in the county of Essex, Monday, Sept. 28, 1812, : by order of His Excellency Caleb Strong, Esq. governor and commander in chief of the militia of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, on the complaint of Lieut. Col. Samuel Brimblecom and others against Ebenezer Goodale, major general of the second division of the militia. ; Published by order of the House of Representatives for the use of the members. Cambridge [Mass.]: : Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf., 1812. Massachusetts 1812
Gorton, Benjamin, 1757?-1836. The Westminster catechism made scriptural : that the first impression of youth may be right. : Also The Apostolic or Christian faith, with an explanation, : and The Gospel of the Kingdom. / By B. Gorton. ; [Two lines from Proverbs] Troy [N.Y.]: : Printed for the author, 1812. New York (State) 1812
H. S. The history of the Davenport family. : Adorned with cuts. Montpelier [Vt.]: : Published by Wright & Sibley., 1812. Vermont 1812
Haines, Samuel, 1780-1825. Letter of Samuel Haines, Esquire, in vindication of himself against the unfounded and slanderous charges of Capt. John B. Walbach, : which prevented his appointment as major in the new army. : [Five lines from Shakespeare] [Portsmouth, N.H.?] : Printed for the author., 1812. New Hampshire 1812
Hart, George, 1771-1812. The life and confession of George Hart, / written by himself since his conviction; and confided to a friend of his the day before his execution: ; together with his trial for the murder of Mary Van Housen. : [One line of quotation] New-York: : Printed for the purchasers;, January 3 1812. New York (State) 1812
Harvard University. Catalogue of the officers and students of Harvard University, Cambridge, October, 1812. [Cambridge, Mass.] : Hilliard & Metcalf, printers., [1812] Massachusetts 1812
Harvard University. Order of performances for exhibition, : April 28, 1812. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1812] Massachusetts 1812
Harvard University. Order of performances for exhibition, : August 19, 1812. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1812] Massachusetts 1812
Harvard University. University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. : Order of exercises for commencement, August 26, 1812. Cambridge [Mass.]: : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf., 1812. Massachusetts 1812
Hays, S. Stories for little children. / By S. Hays. Part I[-II]. Philadelphia, : Published by Johnson & Warner, 1812. Pennsylvania 1812
Heidelberger Katechismus. Catechismus, oder Kurzer Unterricht christlicher Lehre, : für die angehende Jugend in der churfürstlichen Pfalz und andern reformirten Orten zu gebrauchen: : samt der Haus-Tafel, mit und ohne biblischen Sprüch-Büchlein, : alles zur Ehre und Lob Gottes. Germantaun [Pa.] : Gedruckt und zu finden bey Michael Billmeyer., 1812. Pennsylvania 1812
Heidelberger Katechismus. English. Heidelbergh catechism, or, Method of instruction in the Christian religion, : as the same is taught in the Reformed churches and schools of the United States of America, and Europe. / Translated from the German. Philadelphia: : Printed for Mary Sweitzer, corner of Fourth and Race-streets., 1812. Pennsylvania 1812
Hill, Uri K. (Uri Keeler), 1780-1844. An ode for the Washington Benevolent Society: / written, adapted to music, and sung at New-York, July 4th, 1812. By Mr. Hill. [New York : Printed by Michael Burnham & Co., 1812] New York (State) 1812
Holman, Nathan, 1769-1844. A sermon, delivered at Attleborough, East Precinct, November 21st, 1811; : being the anniversary Thanksgiving in Massachusetts. / By Nathan Holman, A.M. pastor of the church in that place. ; Printed by the request of the hearers. Providence: : Printed at the American Office, by Dunham & Hawkins., 1812. Rhode Island 1812
Hough, Ambrose, 1754-1825. A few thoughts, by way of an examination and exhortation on the importance of a right and acceptable attendance on the institution of the Lord's Supper : from a sincere desire for the peace and happiness of His brethren and sisters in Christ, and the Church and cause of His Divine Lord and Saviour, universally. / By Ambrose Hough. ; [Seven lines from Malachai] [United States : s.n.], Printed in 1812. United States 1812
House that Jack built. The diverting amusement of the house that Jack built : being the particulars of the wonderfull incidents that took place therein. Philadelphia: : Benjamin Warner,, 1821 [i.e., 1812]. Pennsylvania 1812
James F. Shores & Co. James F. Shores, & Co. book-sellers and stationers, no. 1, Market-Street, Portsmouth, : (store formerly occupied by Mr. Charles Tappan, they having purchased the whole of said Tappan's stock) have constantly for sale on the most reasonable terms wholesale and retail, a large collection of books ... [Portsmouth, N.H. : s.n., 1812] New Hampshire 1812
Janeway, James, 1636?-1674. A token for children. / Extracted from the late author. By John Wesley, A.M. Trenton: : Published by D. Fenton, nearly opposite the bank., 1812. New Jersey 1812
Jones, Reuben, 1785- Observations by Reuben Jones, a lover of reason and religion, : on a sermon, delivered at Lee, (Mass.) Sept. 30, 1810, by the Rev. Alvin [i.e., Alvan] Hyde, A.M. pastor of the church in Lee. : [One line from John] Pittsfield [Mass.]: : Printed by Phinehas Allen--, October, 1812. Massachusetts 1812
Kauffman, Christian. Town of Millport. : The subscriber having recently laid out a tract of land into 140 lots, in Warwick township, Lancaster County [Pa.] ... which he purposes selling by way of lottery ... [Lancaster, Pa.? : s.n., 1812] Pennsylvania 1812
Kensett, Thomas, 1786-1829. To the officers of the army and the citizens of the United States this map of Upper and Lower Canada and United States contiguous [cartographic material] / contracted from the manuscript surveys of P.F. Tardieu is respectfully inscribed by the publicks most obedient servant Thomas Kensett. ; Engraved by T. Kensett Cheshire & A. Doolittle New-Haven. [Cheshire, Conn. : s.n., 1812] Connecticut 1812
Kensett, Thomas, 1786-1829. To the officers of the army and the citizens of the United States this map of Upper and Lower Canada and United States contiguous [cartographic material] / contracted from the manuscript surveys of P.F. Tardieu is respectfully inscribed by the publicks most obedient servant Thomas Kensett. ; Kensett sculp. Cheshire Connt. [Cheshire, Conn. : s.n., 1812] Connecticut 1812
Kneeland, Abner, 1774-1844. The child's Scriptural catechism. : For the use of families and schools. / By Abner Kneeland. Pastor of the First Universalist Church and Society in Charlestown, Mass. ; [Two lines from Isaiah] Charlestown: Mass. : Printed by W.S. & H. Spear. For the author. For sale by Munroe & Francis, Cornhill, Boston; W.S. & H. Spear, (and also by the author) Charlestown; C. Steele, Salem; Charles Pierce, Portsmouth, N.H. Isaiah Thomas & Co. Walpole; Farnswo Massachusetts 1812
Lambert, Samuel, 1768-1832. A new chart of Massachusetts Bay [cartographic material] / drawn from the latest authorities, by S. Lambert Salem. 1812. [Salem, Mass. : Samuel Lambert, 1812] Massachusetts 1812
Languet, Jean Joseph, 1677-1753. A short abridgment of Christian doctrine, / newly revised, for the use of the Catholic Church in the United States of America. ; To which is premised, a short daily exercise. Philadelphia: : Printed for Mathew Carey, no. 122, Market-Street., 1812. Pennsylvania 1812
Lewis, Isaac, 1773-1854. A discourse,delivered in the Congregational Church, at Bristol, on the public thanksgiving, November 26, A.D. 1812, / by Isaac Lewis, A.M. ; Published at the request of the hearers. Warren, R.I. : Printed by John F. Phillips., 1812. Rhode Island 1812
Licking Association of Baptists. The minutes of the Licking Association of Baptists, held at Bryan's, the 2nd Saturday in September, 1812. Lexington-- : Printed by T. Smith., [1812] Kentucky 1812
Lincoln & Edmands. Lincoln & Edmands catalogue of books, for sale at No. 53, Cornhill, Boston. [Boston : Lincoln & Edmands, 1812] Massachusetts 1812
Linnaean Society of New England. Boston [blank] 18[blank] Sir, The Linnæan Society of New England, : founded for the purpose of forming a collection in natural history, beg leave to solicit your attention to the objects of their institution. ... [Boston : s.n., between 1812 and 1818] Massachusetts 1812
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 20th of the fifth month, to the 30th of the same, inclusive, 1812, : to the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends in Great-Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. New-Bedford [Mass.]: : Abraham Shearman, Jun. Printer., [1812] Massachusetts 1812
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 20th of the fifth month, to the 30th of the same, inclusive, 1812. : To the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. [New York] : Printed by Samuel Wood, no. 357, Pearl-Street, New-York., [1812] New York (State) 1812
Lover of their precious souls. The history of the holy Jesus, : containing a brief and plain account of his birth, life, death, resurrection and ascension into Heaven; and his coming again at the great and last Day of Judgment. : Being a pleasant and profitable companion for children; / By a lover of their precious souls. Leominster, Mass. : Printed by Salmon Wilder,, March 1812. Massachusetts 1812
M. Carey (Firm) Philadelphia, July 31, 1812. : Sir, For such booksellers as choose to furnish paper, I propose to print quarto Bibles, not less than 250 copies at one time, on the following terms ... [Philadelphia : Printed by M. Carey, 1812] Pennsylvania 1812
Massachusetts. An act, to incorporate the Trustees of the Ministerial Fund in the Town of Watertown. [Boston : s.n., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
Massachusetts. Laws of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, : passed at the several sessions of the General Court holden in Boston. Beginning 31st May, 1809, and ending on the 29th February, 1812. : Published agreeably to resolves passed 20th January, 1808, and 16th January, 1812. : Vol. V. Boston: : Printed by Adams, Rhoades, & Co., 1812. Massachusetts 1812
Massachusetts. Council. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Council chamber, June 19th, 1812. : The committee on militia affairs, having taken into consideration the numerous petitions and remonstrances of the officers of the militia, relating to the twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth divisions of the militia, which have been lately formed in the commonwealth ... ask leave respectfully to report as follows, viz. ... [Boston : s.n., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. List of the members of the House of Representatives, 1812. [Boston : Printed by Adams, Rhoades & Co., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. Sir, During the last session of our state legislature ... : considerable exertions were made for the attainment of an act, for the relief of insolvent debtors ... [Boston : s.n., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
Massachusetts. General Court. Senate. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. : In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twelve. : An act, to fix the times and places for holding the Circuit Courts of Common Pleas, within and for the several counties in this commonwealth ... [Boston? : s.n., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
Massachusetts. Militia. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. General orders. Head quarters, Boston, July 3d, 1812. : War having been declared by the government of the United States against Great-Britain and Ireland, and the dependencies thereof, the commander in chief calls upon the militia of Massachusetts duly to notice the solemn and interesting crisis, and exhorts them to meet the occasion with constancy and firmness. ... [Boston : s.n., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
Massachusetts. Militia. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Head quarters, Cambridge, 14th March, 1812. General orders. : The commander in chief being informed, that doubts have arisen in the minds of militia officers, respecting the construction of the general order of the first of July last, states in explanation thereof ... [Cambridge, Mass. : s.n., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
Massachusetts. Militia. Head quarters--Cambridge, April 4th, 1812. General orders. : The commander in chief having considered the remonstrance of John Courtney, Thomas Tredwell, and a number of other persons ... [Boston : s.n., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
Massachusetts. Militia. Division, 14th. Division orders. Boston May 4, 1812. : The commander in chief, by general orders, bearing date of April 25, 1812, printed copies of which are herewith transmitted, having required a detachment to be made from the 14th division of the militia of this commonwealth ... [Boston : s.n., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. The shepherd of Salisbury-Plain. [New Haven] : Printed for the Connecticut Religious Tract Society, and deposited for sale with the secretary, Mr. Lewis Hotchkiss, and at the book-stores of I. Cooke & Co. New-Haven, and O.D. Cooke, Hartford. Price two and a hald cents each, by the large Connecticut 1812
Moseley, William. The new Token for children: or, A sequel to Janeway's: : being an authentic account, never before published, of the conversion, exemplary lives, and happy deaths of twelve children. / By William Moseley, Minister of the Tabenacle, Hanley. Pittsburgh: : Published by Patterson & Hopkins., 1812. Pennsylvania 1812
Mother Goose. Songs for the nursery, : collected from the works of the most renowned poets and adapted to favorite melodies. Carlisle [Pa.]: : Printed by Archibald Loudon., 1812. Pennsylvania 1812
Mother Goose. The mother's gift, or Nurse Truelove's lullaby. Boston: : Printed by N. Coverly Jun. Corner of Theatre Alley.--, 1812. Massachusetts 1812
Mother Goose. The mother's gift, or Nurse Truelove's lullaby. Boston: : Printed by N. Coverly, Jun. Corner of Theatre Alley.--, 1812. Massachusetts 1812
Mumford, John I., 1791-1863. An oration, delivered February 22d, 1812, before the Hamilton Society of the City of New-York. / By John I. Mumford, A.B. ; [Two lines from Shakespeare] New-York: : Printed by Hardcastle & Van Pelt, no. 7, Broad-Street., 1812. New York (State) 1812
Nares, Edward, 1762-1841. Thinks-I-to-myself. : A serio-ludicro, tragico-comico tale, / written by Thinks-I-to-myself who? ; Two volumes in one. Boston, : Published by Bradford and Read, and Anthony Finley, Philadelphia., June 8, 1812. Massachusetts 1812
New England primer. The New England primer, : to which is added the Shorter catechism. Pittsburgh, : Printed and published by Cramer, Spear & Eichbaum, Franklin Heard, Market Street., 1812. Pennsylvania 1812
New England primer. The New England primer, improved. : for the more easy attaining the true reading of English. : To which is added: the Assembly's Shorter catechism: : Also, some short and easy questions for children. Philadelphia: : Printed for, and sold by T.T. Stiles, no. 11, North Seventh-Street. Stiles--printer., [between 1805 and 1816?] Pennsylvania 1812
New England primer. The New England primer, or, An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : To which is added, the Assembly's catechism. Boston: : Printed and sold by L. Child, no. 1, West Row., 1812. Massachusetts 1812
New England primer. The New-England primer or An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : To which is added the catechism. : Ornamented with cuts. Haverhill, Mass. : Printed and sold by W.B. & H.G. Allen, by the thousand, hundred, dozen or single., 1812. Massachusetts 1812
New England primer. The New-England primer, improved; or, An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading : to which is added, the Assembly's catechism. : Adorned with cuts. Boston: : Printed by True & Rowe, 78 State St., [1812 or 1813?] Massachusetts 1812
New England primer. The New-England primer, improved; or, An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : To which is added, the Assembly's catechism. : Adorned with cuts. Utica [N.Y.]: : Printed by Seward & Williams., 1812. New York (State) 1812
New England Yearly Meeting of Friends. From our Yearly Meeting of Friends, held at Newport, : from the 14th of the sixth month, 1812, to the 17th of the same, inclusive. To the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings hereunto belonging. [Newport, R.I. : s.n., 1812] Rhode Island 1812
New Hampshire Bible Society. The New Hampshire Bible Society. : On Wednesday, June 3, 1812, the New Hampshire Bible Society was organized at Concord. ... Boston, : Printed by Samuel T. Armstrong, no. 50, Cornhill; who keeps always on hand, and will see at the lowest prices, a large variety of pocket, school, and household Bibles. Testaments, Psalm books, prayer books, evangelical primers, per 100, 1000, or Massachusetts 1812
New Hampshire. General Court. House of Representatives. State of New-Hampshire. : In the House of Representatives, June 12, 1812. The committee, to whom was referred the report of the committee appointed by the General Court at their last session to revise the criminal code, and prepare police laws for the regulation of the state prison, reported the following bill without alteration:--and ordered, that the clerk procure two hundred printed copies of the same for the use of the legislature as soon as may be, and lay the same before the House. : State of New-Hampshire. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twelve. An act for the punishment of certain crimes by solitary imprisonment and confinement to hard labor. [Concord, N.H. : s.n., 1812] New Hampshire 1812
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. List of the officers & members of the House of Assembly, : with their places of residence. [Albany : s.n., 1812] New York (State) 1812
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. Rules and orders. : 1. Upon the appearance of a quorum, the speaker shall take the chair, and the members shall be called to order. ... [Albany : Printed by S. Southwick, between 1812 and 1814] New York (State) 1812
New York (State). Militia. Brigade, 10th. Regiment, 85th. 10th Brigade....85th Regiment. Regimental orders. : New-York, April 27, 1812. The lieut. col. comdt. informs the officers of the regiment, that the numbers of the brigade and regiment have been altered, in conformity with law; and that the number of this brigade is the 10th, composed of the following regiments: 75th, formerly 2d; 85th, formerly 4th; 97th, formerly 5th; 106th, formerly 1st; 115th, formerly 3d. The following have been the promotions and appointments in this regiment ... [New York : Printed by Smith and Forman, 1812] New York (State) 1812
New York (State). Militia. Brigade, 10th. Regiment, 85th. 10th Brigade....85th Regiment. Regimental orders. : New-York, May 4, 1812. A detachment of 91 men is ordered from this regiment. For the purpose of drafting that number, a company parade of the battalion and flank companies, will take place, on Thursday afternoon, the 7th inst. at 4 o'clock precisely. ... [New York] : Smith and Forman, print., [1812] New York (State) 1812
New York Bible Society. The third annual report of the New-York Bible Society. New-York: : Printed for the Society, by J. Seymour., 1812. New York (State) 1812
New York Slate Company. An act to incorporate the stockholders of the New-York Slate Company. : Passed March 23, 1810. New-York: : Printed by Hardcastle and Van Pelt, no. 7, Broad-Street., 1812. New York (State) 1812
One of a thousand. To the legislators. : Gentlemen of the Senate, and gentlemen of the Houes [sic] of Representatives. : Humanity is the parent of civilization. ... [Boston : s.n., 1812?] Massachusetts 1812
Patrick, William. To the citizens of Augusta County. : The undersigned feels it a duty he owes to himself and the gentlemen who have served with him, as Overseers of the Poor for the County of Augusta, since the year 1800, to expose the falsity of some reports which ... have been circulated respecting the money arising from the sale of the glebe lands in this county, with which it has been said the Overseers have for some years been speculating. ... Staunton [Va.], : Printed by I. Collett, at the Rep. farmer office., [1812] Virginia 1812
Peirce, Charles, 1770-1851. Medical, physical, anatomical, surgical, obstetrical, chemical, minerological [sic], and botanical books, for sale by Cha's Peirce, at no. 5, Daniel-Street, Portsmouth, N.H. 1812. [Portsmouth, N.H. : s.n., 1812] New Hampshire 1812
Pennsylvania Hospital (Philadelphia, Pa.) State of the accounts of the Pennsylvania Hospital, as adjusted by the managers, : being a summary of the receipts and payments for the year, ending 4th month, 25th, 1812. [Philadelphia] : Printed at the Office of the United States' Gazette., [1812] Pennsylvania 1812
Pennsylvania. General Assembly. House of Representatives. House of Representatives. : An act to incorporate the Pennsylvania Company for Insurance on Lives Granting Annuities and other purposes. [Lancaster, Pa.] : Greer & Kendall, printers., [1812] Pennsylvania 1812
Pennsylvania. Governor (1808-1817 : Snyder) Governor's message. [Harrisburg, Pa. : s.n., 1812] Pennsylvania 1812
Pennsylvania. Militia. Division, 1st. Brigade, 1st. Militia elections. : Notice is hereby given, to the enrolled inhabitants residing within the bounds of the [blank] Company, [blank] Regiment, First Brigade, First Division, Pennsylvania Militia, that they are to meet at the house of [blank] on [blank] and then and there ... elect by ballot [blank] [Philadelphia] : Ann Cochran, printer, 108, Race-Street., [1812 or 1813] Pennsylvania 1812
Perry, William, 1747-1808. The only sure guide to the English tongue, or, New pronouncing spelling book. : Upon the same plan as Perry's Royal standard English dictionary, now made use of in all the celebrated schools in Greatbritain and America. : To which is added, a large collection of moral tales and fables. : For the instruction of youth. : With an appendix ... / By William Perry, lecturer on the English Language, in the Academy of Edinburgh, and author of several valuable schoolbooks. [Worcester, Mass.] : Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts. By Isaiah Thomas, Jun. (Proprietor of the improvements, according to law.) Sold wholesale and retail by him at his bookstores in Boston and Worcester, and by Thomas & Whipple, in New-buryport, and Massachusetts 1812
Phi Beta Kappa. New Hampshire Alpha (Dartmouth College) A catalogue of the members of the New-Hampshire Alpha of the [Phi Beta Kappa] Society. Dartmouth University. Hanover, N.H. : From the press of Charles Spear., August--1812. New Hampshire 1812
Philadelphia (Pa.). Councils. Watering Committee. Report of the Watering Committee to the Select and Common Councils, November 5, 1812. : Published by order of Councils. Philadelphia: : Printed by Ann Cochran, no. 108, Race-Street., 1812. Pennsylvania 1812
Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. Plan of an asylum for the relief of persons deprived of the use of their reason. : The committee appointed by the Yearly Meeting, held at Philadelphia, to take under consideration the subject respecting a provision for such of our members as may be deprived of the use of their reason, reported ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1812] Pennsylvania 1812
Plummer, Jonathan, 1761-1819. Bloody news! General Hull, and the British frigate Guerier taken[.] : Plummer against all war. Dreadful Indian massacre. Awful battle in Spain. : A funeral sermon and a funeral psalm, on the death of seven thousand, one hundred and twenty-men women and children, killed in several bloody affairs: / written by Jonathan Plummer, a humble servant to the peerless Emperor of the glittering constellations. [Newburyport, Mass.?] : Printed for the author & sold by him., [1812] Massachusetts 1812
Gay, John, 1685-1732. Black-ey'd Susan. [Hartford] : Printed and sold by B. & J. Russell, Jr.----Hartford, State-Street., [between 1813 and 1818] Connecticut 1813
General Association of New Hampshire. Extracts from the minutes of the General Association of New-Hampshire, at their session, at Plymouth, September 21, 1813. Concord [N.H.]: : Printed by George Hough. For the General Associtation of New-Hampshire., 1813. New Hampshire 1813
General Association of New Hampshire. Rev. Sir, The General Association of New-Hampshire, at their session at Plymouth, Sept. 21, 1813, : constituted a board of trustees, to devise ways to raise a fund for the relief of the indigent widows and children of deceased ministers ... [New Hampshire : s.n., 1813] New Hampshire 1813
Gould, Banks & Gould. New-York, August, 1813. : We take the liberty of informing you, that in order to accomodate gentlemen of the profession in the western and northern part of this state, we have established a law-book and stationary store, at Albany, no. 114 State-Street, near the capitol ... [New York] : Pelsue & Gould, print. 9 Wall-St., [1813] New York (State) 1813
Great Britain. A new abridgment of the law. / By Matthew Bacon, of the Middle Temple, Esq. ; With considerable additions, by Henry Gwillim, of the Middle Temple, Esq. barrister at law. Philadelphia: : Published by Philip H. Nicklin., 1813. Pennsylvania 1813
Great Britain. Cartel for the exchange of prisoners of war, between Great Britain, and the United States of America. : The provisional agreement for the exchange of naval prisoners of war, made and concluded at Halifax, in the province of Nova Scotia, on the 28th day of November, 1812 ... John Mason, Esq. commissary general for prisoners of the United States, having been duly authorised to meet Thomas Barclay, Esq. his Britannic majesty's agent for prisoners of war ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1813] District of Columbia 1813
Hales, John Groves. Map of the compact part of the town of Portsmouth [cartographic material] : in the state of New Hampshire M.DCCC.XIII. / Surveyed & drawn by J.G. Hales geographer, draftsman &c. ; Engraved by T. Wightman Boston. [Boston : s.n., 1813] Massachusetts 1813
Harrisburg (Pa.) Laws of the borough of Harrisburgh: : to which is prefixed, the Act of Assembly incorporating the borough. : Published by order of the town council, September, 1813. Harrisburgh [Pa.]: : Printed by William Gilmor., 1813. Pennsylvania 1813
Harvard University. Catalogue of the officers and students of Harvard University, Cambridge, October, 1813. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1813] Massachusetts 1813
Harvard University. Order of performances for exhibition, : April 27, 1813. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1813] Massachusetts 1813
Harvard University. Order of performances for exhibition, : August 17, 1813. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1813] Massachusetts 1813
Harvard University. Order of performances for exhibition, : October 19, 1813. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1813] Massachusetts 1813
Hinman, Jonas, 1767-1853. To the public. : Whereas I have asserted certain things, tending to impeach the character of James W. Gazlay, Esq. for truth and veracity, I do hereby declare such assertions were false and groundless ... and that I know nothing against the character of said Gazlay. Norwich, 10th April, 1813. [Norwich, N.Y. : s.n., 1813] New York (State) 1813
Horner, J. The silver penny, or, New lottery book, for children. / By J. Horner, Esq. of the Royal Society of A.B.C. &c. ; Ornamented with engravings. Albany: : Printed by E. & E. Hosford., 1813. New York (State) 1813
Howard, Miss. Married life; or, Faults on all sides. : A novel. : In two volumes. / By Miss Howard. ; [One line of quotation] ; Vol. I[-II]. Philadelphia: : Published by M. Carey. Lydia R. Bailey, printer., 1813. Pennsylvania 1813
John-the-Giant-Killer. Food for the mind; or, A new riddle book: : Compiled for the use of the great and the little good boys and girls in the United States of America. / By John the giant killer, Esq. ; [Four lines of quotations] Albany: : Printed by H.C. Southwick., 1813. (Price one shilling.) New York (State) 1813
Keyser, Charles, 1770-1852. A spelling exercise, for the improvement of youth. / Selected by Charles Keyser, teacher at the German-Hall Seminary. Philadelphia. : Printed for the author. Stiles, printer., 1813. Pennsylvania 1813
Labagh, Isaac, 1764-1837. A sermon delivered in the Reformed Dutch churches of Cobleskill & Sharon, on Thursday the 9th day of September, 1813. : Being a day of humiliation and prayer. / By the Rev. Isaac Labagh, pastor of said churches. Schoharie [N.Y.]: : Printed by Thomas M. Tillman., 1813. New York (State) 1813
Lancaster, Sewall, -1812. The farewell address of Major Sewall Lancaster, to his brethren of Ancient Land Mark Lodge, in Portland. Boston: : Printed by N. Willis, 76, State Street., 1813. Massachusetts 1813
Larzelere, Jacob, 1775-1834. A funeral sermon, occasioned by the death of Richard Corson; : preached in the New Presbyterian Church, Solebury Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. / By the Rev. Jacob Larzelere, A.M. Minister of the Reformed Dutch Church, in North and Southampton, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. ; Published at request. Trenton: : Printed by James J. Wilson., 1813. New Jersey 1813
Lobdell, Wesley, 1800-1813. The last affecting words of Westley [i.e., Wesley] Lobdell, : son of Jared and Betsy Lobdell, Danby, county of Rutland, and state of Vermont: who fell asleep in Jesus, April 15th, A.D. 1813, in the 13th year of his age. He fell a victim by the raging fever after seven days of racking pain, which was endured with the greatest patience. [Rutland, Vt. : s.n., 1813] Vermont 1813
Lockwood, Lambert, 1757-1825. A price catalogue. Of books for sale by Lambert Lockwood. [Bridgeport, Conn. : Lambert Lockwood], 1813. Connecticut 1813
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 19th of the fifth month, to the 29th of the same, inclusive, 1813, : to the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great-Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. New-Bedford [Mass.]: : Abraham Shearman, Jun. printer., [1813] Massachusetts 1813
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 19th of the fifth-month, to the 29th of the same, inclusive, 1813, : to the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great-Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. [New York] : Printed by Samuel Wood, no. 357, Pearl-Street, New-York., [1813] New York (State) 1813
Marsh, Daniel, 1762-1843. A sermon, delivered at Montpelier, before the Vermont Bible Society, at their annual meeting, October, 1813. / By Daniel Marsh, A.M. Pastor of the Congregational Church in Bennington. ; Published at the request of the Society. Montpelier, Vt. : Printed by Walton & Goss,, 1813. Vermont 1813
Martin, George W., 1788-1840. Sales at auction. : On Monday, Nov. 8th, at XI o'clock A.M. will be sold at auction, on the long-wharf. The cargo of the Spanish brig Vera Cruzana ... [Newport, R.I. : s.n., 1813] Rhode Island 1813
Massachusetts Society for Promoting Agriculture. Boston, March 15th, 1813. : Reverend Sir, The trustees of the Massachusetts Society for Promoting Agriculture have thought it expedient to make another effort to extend the usefulness of their society. ... [Boston : s.n., 1813] Massachusetts 1813
Massachusetts. General Court. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and thirteen. : An act dividing the commonwealth into districts for the choice of counsellors and senators. [Boston : s.n., 1813] Massachusetts 1813
Massachusetts. General Court. Resolves of the General Court of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, : passed at their session in June, 1813. : Published agreeably to a resolve of January 11, 1812. Boston: : Printed by Russell and Cutler., 1813. Massachusetts 1813
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. Rules and orders to be observed in the House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, for the year 1813. : Published by order of the House. [Boston] : Russell & Cutler, printers., 1813. Massachusetts 1813
Massachusetts. Treasury Office. Tax for the year 1813. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. John T. Apthorp, Esquire, treasurer and receiver-general of said commonwealth. : To the selectmen or assessors of the [blank] of [blank] In obedience to a law ... These are in the name of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, to will and require you forthwith to assess, in dollars and cents, the sum ... Given under my hand and seal, at Boston, the [blank] day of April ... one thousand eight hundred and thirteen. [Boston : s.n., 1813] Massachusetts 1813
Merrill, Eliphalet, 1765-1853. To [blank] The subscribers, solicitous to collect every information from the several towns, : which would render their Gazetteer useful and amusing, humbly request you to collect the articles in the following prospectus marked thus *. ... [Exeter, N.H. : Printed by C. Norris & Co., 1813] New Hampshire 1813
Methodist Episcopal Church. A short scriptural catechism, intended for the use of the Methodist societies. New-York: : Published by Daniel Hitt and Thomas Ware, for the Methodist Connexion in the U. States., 1813. Price 6 1/4 cents. New York (State) 1813
Mills, Samuel John, 1783-1818. Communications relative to the progress of Bible societies in the United States. : With other articles of information, exhibiting the progress of similar institutions. [Baltimore] : Published by order of the Philadelphia Bible Society, and re-published by order of the Baltimore Bible Society. Baltimore: printed by B. Edes., 1813. Maryland 1813
New England primer. The New England primer, or, An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : Also, the Assembly of Divines and the Episcopal catechisms. New-York: : Printed by C.W. Bunce, for Smith and Forman, no. 195 and 213 Greenwich Street., 1813. New York (State) 1813
New England primer. The New-England primer or An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading: : to which is added the catechism. : Ornamented with cuts. Haverhill, Mass. : Printed and sold by Horatio G. Allen, by the thousand, hundred, dozen, or single., 1813. Massachusetts 1813
New England primer. The New-England primer, or An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : To which is added, the catechism. Concord, N.H. : Published and sold by I. and W.R. Hill, at their book-store--, 1813. New Hampshire 1813
New Hampshire Missionary Society. Report of the committee on the concerns of the Cent Institution of New-Hampshire. Concord [N.H.]: : Printed by George Hough., Oct. 1813. New Hampshire 1813
New Hampshire. Governor (1813-1816 : Gilman) State of New-Hampshire. By the governor. A proclamation. : ... Thursday the eleventh day of November next, to be observed as a day of publick thanksgiving and prayer ... Given at the Council chamber in Exeter this eleventh day of October, one thousand eight hundred and thirteen ... [Exeter, N.H. : Printed by C. Norris & Co., 1813] New Hampshire 1813
New York (State). Militia. Brigade, 10th. Regiment, 97th. Ninety-seventh Regiment. Tenth Brigade of Infantry. Regimental orders. : City and county of New-York, 20th May, 1813. The companies of the regiment are ordered to parade within their respective beats, for company inspection and exercise, on Thursday, the 27th day of May, inst. ... [New York : s.n., 1813] New York (State) 1813
Newton, John, 1725-1807. A monument to the praise of the Lord's goodness, and to the memory of Eliza Cunningham. : [One line from Corinthians] [Boston] : Printed & published by Lincoln & Edmands, no. 53 Cornhill, Ston, who publish a great variety of cheap religious tracts. On cash purchases of 5 dolls. a discount of 5 per cent, will be made; over 10 dols. 10 per cent. The orders of charitable di Massachusetts 1813
Niles, Hezekiah, 1777-1839. The Weekly register, : has issued at Baltimore, by H. Niles, since Sept. 7, 1811. ... [Baltimore : Printed by H. Niles, 1813] Maryland 1813
Pennsylvania Agricultural and Manufacturing Company. Pennsylvania Agricultural & Manufacturing Company. [Carlisle, Pa.? : s.n., 1813] Pennsylvania 1813
Phillips, R. (Richard), Sir, 1767-1840. The first catechism for children, : containing common things necessary to be known at an early age. / By the Rev. David Blair, author of The class-book, Reading exercises, Grammar of philosophy, &c. Stockbridge [Mass.]: : Printed by H. Willard., 1813. Massachusetts 1813
Plymouth Beach Lottery. Plymouth Beach Lottery. : Scheme of the second class. Cambridge [Mass.]: : Hilliard & Metcalf., [1813] Massachusetts 1813
Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Presbytery of West Lexington. An Address to the churches under the care of the West-Lexington Presbytery. [Lexington, Ky.? : s.n., 1813] Kentucky 1813
General Association of New Hampshire. Minutes of the General Association of New-Hampshire, at their session in Hanover, September 20, 1814. Concord [N.H.]: : Printed by George Hough., Nov.--1814. New Hampshire 1814
Georgetown College. Georgetown College, District of Columbia, : under the direction of the incorporated Catholic clergy of Maryland. [Georgetown, D.C. : s.n., 1814] District of Columbia 1814
Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774. The Deserted village, : a poem: / by Oliver Goldsmith ; Also, Gray's Elegy, in a country churchyard. Kennebunk [Me.] : printed: by James K. Remich., 1814. Maine 1814
Griffin, John, 1769-1834. Early piety, recommended in the history of Miss Dinah Doudney, Portsea, Eng. : In a sermon / by John Griffin. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1814. Massachusetts 1814
Hales, John Groves. Map of Boston, in the state of Massachusetts [cartographic material] / surveyed by J.G. Hales geogr. & surveyor, 1814. ; J.R. Penniman del. Engraved by T. Wightman Jr. [Boston : s.n., 1814] Massachusetts 1814
Hamilton, William, 1771?-1820. Catalogue of books for sale at Wm. Hamilton's book & fancy store, Lancaster. [Lancaster, Pa. : William Hamilton, 1814?] Pennsylvania 1814
Harvard University. Order of performances for exhibition, : April 26, 1814. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1814] Massachusetts 1814
Harvard University. Order of performances for exhibition, : August 23, 1814. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1814] Massachusetts 1814
Harvard University. University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. : Order of exercises for commencement, August 31, 1814. Cambridge [Mass.]: : Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf., 1814. Massachusetts 1814
Hendley, George. A memorial for children; : being an authentic account, of the conversion, experience and happy deaths of eighteen children. : Designed as a continuation of Janeway's Token. / By George Hendley, Minister of the Gospel. ; [Two lines from Chronicles] Ballston Spa [N.Y.]: : Printed by J. Comstock, for Reuben Sears., 1814. New York (State) 1814
Hersey, Thomas. The little apostle of Gospel liberality: or Consise testimony, for the cause of God and truth : in which the discourse of the Rev. Samuel Porter, Sen. relative to the atonement of Christ, being weighed in the balance, is found wanting. / By T. Hersey. ; [Six lines of quotations] ; Published by request of many. ; The profits arising from the sale of this little tract will be scrupulously devoted to missionary purposes. Lancaster, Ohio: : Printed by E. Shaeffer & H. Gastor., 1814. Ohio 1814
Hervey, James, 1714-1758. Christ the only refuge from the wrath to come. : (An extract from the works of Rev. James Hervey.) [Boston] : Printed by Lincoln & Edmands, and sold at their theological and miscellaneous bookstore, no. 53 Cornhill, (price 33 cts. doz. 2,25 per hun.), [1814?] Massachusetts 1814
Holt, Peter, 1763-1851. A sermon delivered at Concord, before His Excellency the Governor, the honorable Council, and both branches of the legislature of the state of New-Hampshire, June 2, 1814. / By Peter Holt, A.M. pastor of the church in Epping. Concord [N.H.]: : Printed by George Hough, for the State., 1814. New Hampshire 1814
Hotchkiss, Frederick William, 1762-1844. The Christian minister studying to know Christ. : A sermon, preached at the interment of Rev. Richard Ely, A.M. Senior Pastor of the Second Church in Saybrook; who died on the twenty-third day of August, 1814, in the eighty-first year of his age, and fifty-seventh of his ministry. / By Frederick William Hotchkiss, A.M. Pasotr of the First Church in Saybrook. ; (Published by request of the bereaved family.) New-Haven: : Hudson and Woodward, printers., 1814. Connecticut 1814
Johnson, R. (Richard), 1733 or 1734-1793. The little wanderers; or, The surprising history, and miraculous adventures of two pretty orphans. : [Two lines of quotation] Philadelphia: : Published by William M'Carty. Griggs & Dickinsons, printers. Price 12 1/2 cents., 1814. Pennsylvania 1814
Jones, Daniel, carrier of the Christian disciple. The carrier of the Christian disciple, : begs leave to present his heart-felt wish to the generous patrons of that work, and his best friends, and to offer them the compliments of the season. [Boston : Published by Cummings & Hilliard, 1814] Massachusetts 1814
Kendall, Edward Augustus, 1776?-1842. Lessons of virtue; or, The book of happiness. : Intended for youth. / By the author of Keeper's travels, The crested-wren, The sparrow, &c. [Two lines from Lay of Aristotle] Baltimore: : Published by Fielding Lucas, J'r. from the Diamond Press. R.W. Pomeroy, print., 1814. Maryland 1814
Keyser, Charles, 1770-1852. Arithmetic rules, made easy to scholars; : being a collection of useful rules, expressed in familiar language, suitable for a young arithmetician to comprehend. / By Charles Keyser, teacher at the German-Hall Seminary. Philadelphia: : Printed for Charles Keyser's seminary, by Joseph Rakestraw., 1814. Pennsylvania 1814
Lambert, Anne Thérèse de Marguenat de Courcelles, marquise de, 1647-1733. A mother's advice to her son. / By the Marchioness de Lambert. Haverhill, Mass. : Published by Greenough and Burrill., 1814. Massachusetts 1814
Lane, Robert H. An oration, delivered at Killingly, July 5th, 1813, in commemoration of American independence. : Published by request. / By Robert H. Lane. [Connecticut?] : Printed for the proprietor., 1814. Connecticut 1814
Leicester Academy. Order of exercises for exhibition. [Leicester, Mass. : Printed by Hori Brown, 1814] Massachusetts 1814
Lincoln & Edmands. Catalogue of books : in the branches of divinity, history, biography, classics, poetry, miscellanies, &c. for sale at Lincoln & Edmands' Theological & Miscellaneous Bookstore, no. 53 Cornhill, Boston. [Boston : Lincoln & Edmands], 1814. Massachusetts 1814
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 18th of the fifth month, to the 30th of the same, inclusive, 1814, : to the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. [New York] : Printed by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 357, Pearl-Street, New-York., [1814] New York (State) 1814
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 18th of the fifth month, to the 30th of the same, inclusive, 1814, : to the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great-Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. New-Bedford [Mass.]: : Printed for Abraham Shearman, Jun., [1814] Massachusetts 1814
Lovechild, Tommy. Pretty poems, in easy language, : for the amusement of little boys and girls. / By Tommy Lovechild. ; Embellished with cuts. Hartford: : Printed by Hale & Hosmer., 1814. Connecticut 1814
Luther, Martin, 1483-1546. Doctor Martin Luther's smaller catechism. : Translated from the German. : [Four lines of Scripture texts] Pittsburgh, : Printed and published by Cramer, Spear and Eichbaum, and sold at their bookstore in Market Street, Franklin Head., 1814. Pennsylvania 1814
M. Carey (Firm) Philadelphia, June 8, 1814. : Sir Accept my very sincere and grateful acknowledgments for the repeated orders I have received from you. ... [Philadelphia : Printed by M. Carey, 1814] Pennsylvania 1814
Marsden, Joshua, 1777-1837. Grace displayed: : an interesting narrative of the life, conversion, Christian experience, ministry, and missionary labours, of Joshua Marsden. : [One line of quotation] New-York: : Published by Thomas Bakewell, 198 Broadway. Paul & Thomas, printers., 1814. New York (State) 1814
Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society. Order of performance, at the twentieth anniversary celebration of the Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society. : Friday, May 27th, 1814. [Boston : s.n., 1814] Massachusetts 1814
Massachusetts. Laws of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, : passed by the General Court, at their session, which commenced on Wednesday the 12th day of January, and which ended on Monday the 28th day of February, 1814. : Published agreeably to a resolve of 16th January, 1812. Boston: : Printed by Russell, Cutler, and Co., 1814. Massachusetts 1814
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. In the House of Representatives, [blank] 1814. : Yeas and nays on the question [blank] [Boston : Printed by Adams & Rhoades, 1814] Massachusetts 1814
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. List of members of the House of Representatives, 1814. [Boston : Printed by Adams & Rhoades, 1814] Massachusetts 1814
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. Committee on Contested Elections. Reports of contested elections, in the House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, for the year 1813. Dedham [Mass.]: : Printed at the Gazette Office., 1814. Massachusetts 1814
Massachusetts. Militia. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, September 11th, 1814. : The advance corps of the militia, as defined in the general orders of the 6th instant, with the exception of four companies of artillery, will form a brigade and be commanded by brigadier-general Isaac Maltby ... [Boston : s.n., 1814] Massachusetts 1814
Massachusetts. Militia. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, September 6th, 1814. : The war between the United States and Great Britain, having lately become more destructive ... the commander in chief orders, the whole of the militia to hold themselves in readiness to march at a moments warning ... [Boston : s.n., 1814] Massachusetts 1814
Massachusetts. Militia. General orders! Commonwealth of Massachusetts, head-quarters, Boston, July 18, 1814. : His excellency the commander in chief, having received a request from Major-General Dearborn ... that the necessary orders may be given for detaching from the militia of this state, 200 artillerists and 900 infantry ... [Boston : s.n., 1814] Massachusetts 1814
Massachusetts. Militia. Division, 4th. Amherst, March 30, 1814. Division orders. : The brigade generals of the first and second brigades in the fourth division of the militia are hereby required to take the requisite measures for filling all vacancies in their respective brigades ... [Northampton, Mass.? : s.n., 1814] Massachusetts 1814
Massachusetts. Militia. Division, 4th. Brigade, 1st. Regiment, 3rd. Sunderland, August 22, 1814. Regimental order. : All the commissioned officers and the non-commissioned staff officers and musicians of the third regiment, are hereby commanded to assemble on Thursday the eighth day of September next ... [Northampton, Mass.? : s.n., 1814] Massachusetts 1814
Massachusetts. Militia. Westborough Light Infantry. The manual and platoon exercise, (new system) for the use of the "Westborough Light Infantry." [Boston?] : Printed for the use of the members., 1814. Massachusetts 1814
Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court. Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. : Vol. IX. : Containing the cases from May term, 1812, in York, to March term, 1813, in Suffolk, inclusive. / By Dudley Atkins Tyng, Esq. counsellor at law. Newburyport [Mass.]: : Published by Edward Little & Co. proprietors of the copyright. 1814. C. Norris & Co. printers., [1814] Massachusetts 1814
Massachusetts. Treasury Office. Tax for the year 1814. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. John T. Apthorp, Esquire, treasurer and receiver-general of said commonwealth. : To the selectmen or assessors of the [blank] of [blank] In obedience to a law ... These are in the name of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, to will and require you forthwith to assess, in dollars and cents, the sum ... Given under my hand and seal, at Boston, the [blank] day of April ... one thousand eight hundred and fourteen. [Boston : s.n., 1814] Massachusetts 1814
McCalla, W. L. (William Latta), 1788-1859. Remarks on Dr. James Fishback's Philosophy of the human mind, in respect to religion. / By William L. MacCalla [i.e., McCalla]. ; [One line from Colossians] Lexington [Ky.]: : Printed by M'Call & Downing, for the author., 1814. Kentucky 1814
Methodist Episcopal Church. The doctrines and discipline of the Methodist Episcopal Church. New-York: : Published by D. Hitt and T. Ware, for the Methodist Connexion in the United States. John C. Totten, printer., 1814. New York (State) 1814
Miller, Nathaniel, 1771-1850. Franklin, (County of Norfolk, Mass.) May 15, 1814. : Sir, It is a fact well known to every medical practitioner, that cancer is one of the most formidable maladies ... [Franklin, Mass. : s.n., 1814] Massachusetts 1814
Miner, Charles, 1780-1865. The mournful tragedy of James Bird. : Tune.--The Tempest. [United States : s.n., 1814?] United States 1814
Montgomery, Thomas, 1779-1828. The representative principle of legislation, and the force of popular instruction, examined. / By Thomas Montgomery. Washington City [D.C.], : Printed by Rapine and Elliot, near the Capitol., 1814. District of Columbia 1814
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. The shepherd of Salisbury-Plain. Andover [Mass.]. : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1814. Massachusetts 1814
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. 'Tis all for the best. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1814. Massachusetts 1814
Murray, Lindley, 1745-1826. An abridgment of Murray's English grammar. : With an appendix, containing exercises in orthography, in parsing, in syntax, and in punctuation. : Designed for the younger classes of learners. / By Lindley Murray. Windham [Conn.]: : Printed and sold by Samuel Webb., 1814. Connecticut 1814
Murray, Lindley, 1745-1826. English grammar, : adapted to the different classes of learners. : With an appendix, containing rules and observations, for assisting the more advanced students to write with perspicuity and accuracy. : [Two lines from Blair] / By Lindley Murray. ; From the eighteenth English edition, enlarged and improved by the author. Philadelphia: : Published by Johnson & Warner, no. 147, Market-Street., 1814. Pennsylvania 1814
New England primer. The New-England primer abridged, or An easy introduction to the art of reading. : Also, the Westminster Assembly's Shorter catechism. Colchester [Conn.]: : Published by T.M. Skinner & Co., 1814. Connecticut 1814
New England primer. The New-England primer or An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading; : to which is added the catechism. : Ornamented with cuts. Haverhill, Mass. : Printed and sold by Burrill & Tileston, in the thousand, hundred, dozen, or single., 1814. Massachusetts 1814
New England primer. The New-England primer, improved; or, An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : To which is added, the Assembly's catechism. : Adorned with cuts. Exeter [N.H.]: : Printed by C. Norris & Co., 1814. New Hampshire 1814
New England primer. The New-England primer, or An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : Adorned with cuts. : To which is added, the catechism. Massachusetts, : Printed for the purchaser., 1814. Massachusetts 1814
New England primer. The New-England primer; or, An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. Adormed with cuts. : To which is added, the catechism. Walpole, N. H. : Printed by I. Thomas & Co. and sold by the single, hundred, and thousand at their wholesale book-store., 1814. New Hampshire 1814
New Hampshire Bible Society. Third report of the New-Hampshire Bible Society, : communicated to the Society, at their annual meeting, holden at Hanover, September 21, 1814. : Published by order of the Society. Concord [N.H.]: : Printed by George Hough., Nov.--1814. New Hampshire 1814
New Hampshire. Laws of New-Hampshire, securing to the citizens their rights of suffrage. : Published by authority. Concord [N.H.]: : Printed by George Hough, for the state., 1814. New Hampshire 1814
New Hampshire. Governor (1813-1816 : Gilman) State of New-Hampshire. By His Excellency John Taylor Gilman ... A proclamation. : ... Thursday, the first day of December next, to be observed as a day of public thanksgiving and prayer ... Given at the Council chamber, in Exeter, this twenty-fourth day of October, one thousand eight hundred and fourteen ... [Exeter, N.H. : Printed by C. Norris & Co., 1814] New Hampshire 1814
New Hampshire. Governor (1813-1816 : Gilman) State of New-Hampshire. By the governor, a proclamation. : ... Thursday, the fourteenth day of April next, to be observed ... as a day of public fasting, humiliation and prayer. ... Given at the Council chamber in Exeter, this nineteenth day of February ... one thousand eight hundred and fourteen ... [Exeter, N.H. : Printed by C. Norris & Co., 1814] New Hampshire 1814
New Hampshire. Governor (1813-1816 : Gilman) State of New-Hampshire. To the selectmen of the town of [blank] : Greeting. Pursuant to an act of the legislature, passed June 21, 1792, you are hereby required ... to notify and warn a meeting of the inhabitants of the said town ... to vote, by ballot, for one person duly qualified for a representative of this state in the Congress of the United States ... Given under my hand, at Concord, by and with advice of Council, this twenty-first day of June ... one thousand eight hundred and fourteen ... [Concord, N.H. : Printed by George Hough, 1814] New Hampshire 1814
New York (State) Act of incorporation of the Waterford and Whitehall Turnpike Company. [New York (State)? : s.n., 1814] New York (State) 1814
New York (State). Commissioners for the Internal Improvement of the State. In Assembly--March 8, 1814. : Report of the commissioners, appointed by the Legislature of New-York, to provide for the internal improvement of the state. [Albany : s.n., 1814] New York (State) 1814
One of the people. The question legally put to public opinion, : the true and rightful sovereign of America, in the high court of errors and appeals; through the lawful medium of the press; upon the great national inquest of who shall be our next president? / By one of the people. ; [One line of quotation] Philadelphia, : [s.n.], Ninth of April, 1814. Pennsylvania 1814
Otsego County Bible Society. The second annual report, of the Otsego County Bible Society: : containing an address by the managers. And a list of subscribers and donors. Cooperstown [N.Y.]: : Printed by H. & E. Phinney., 1814. New York (State) 1814
Park Street Singing Society. Order of performances, at the concert of select sacred music, by "Park Street Singing Society," : on Thursday evening, 26th May, 1814. [Boston] : N. Willis....print....76, State-Street., [1814] Massachusetts 1814
Parker, Isaiah, 1752-1848. Dr. Isiah Parker's address to Mr. and Mrs. Town, on the death of their children. [Weathersfield, Vt.] : Isaac Eddy's print.--Weathersfield, Vt., [1814?] Vermont 1814
Pennsylvania. An act regulating banks. Harrisburg [Pa.]-- : Printed by J. Peacock., [1814] Pennsylvania 1814
Pennsylvania. Governor (1808-1817 : Snyder) Governor's message. [Harrisburg, Pa. : s.n., 1814] Pennsylvania 1814
Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. To our fellow citizens of the United States. : In a news-paper, under the name of the Democratic press, printed in Philadelphia, there appeared, on the eleventh instant, the following publication, viz. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1814] Pennsylvania 1814
Phillips Academy. Order of exercises for exhibition at Phillips Academy, Andover, August 23, 1814. [Andover, Mass.] : Flagg and Gould, printers, Andover., [1814] Massachusetts 1814
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. An essay on man. : To which is added, The universal prayer. / By Alexander Pope Esq. ; [One line of quotation] Windham [Conn.]: : Printed by Samuel Webb., 1814. Connecticut 1814
Porter, Alexander, 1770-1836. A check to Methodism, : in reply to James E. Glenn, elder,* of the Methodist Church. / By the Rev. Alexander Porter, of the Associate Reformed Church, at Cedar Springs, Abbeville District, South-Carolina. ; *An elder, is an officer of the highest grade in the Methodist ranks; the bishop excepted. Augusta [Ga.]: : Printed by Hobby & Bunce., 1814. Georgia 1814
Portsmouth Society for the Suppression of Vice. Constitution of the Portsmouth Society for the Suppression of Vice. Portsmouth [N.H.]: : Printed by Charles Turell., 1814. New Hampshire 1814
Prayer Book and Episcopal Tract Association for the Eastern Diocese. Constitution of the Prayer Book and Tract Association, for the Eastern Diocese. : [Five lines of quotation] Boston: : Published by R.P. & C. Williams, no. 8, State Street. Where subscriptions will be received, and where may be had a variety of Episcopal tracts, prayer books, &c. &c., [between 1814 and 1818] Massachusetts 1814
Puzzlebrain, Jeffery. Fire-side amusement: : a new collection of choice riddles. : Printed for the entertainment of all the good and merry little boys and girls, who are so lucky at [i.e., as] to obtain it. / By Jeffery Puzzlebrain. ; Adorned with cuts. Hartford: : Printed by Hale & Hosmer., 1814. Connecticut 1814
G.T. & E. Odiorne (Firm) To the public. : Those of our friends who have seen the late newspaper publications of Jacob Perkins, on the subject of our nail machines, naturally expect from us some elucidation of that ... : Nail machines. Odiornes vs. Perkins. ... [Boston : s.n., 1815] Massachusetts 1815
General Convention of Congregational and Presbyterian Ministers in Vermont. Extracts from the minutes of the General Convention. : Agreeably to constitutional appointment, the General Convention of Congregational and Presbyterian Ministers in the State of Vermont assembled, at the meeting house, in Benson, on Tuesday, the twelfth day of September, 1815 ... [Vermont? : s.n., 1815] Vermont 1815
Goodwin, Hezekiah, 1740-1767. A vision. : Shewing the sudden and surprising appearance, the celestial mein and heavenly conversation of the departed spirit of Mr. Yeamans, late student at Yale-College, to and with Mr. H. Goodwin, his friend and class-mate. : Tending to astonish, edify, and instruct. ; [Eight lines of quotations] New-York: : Printed for the purchaser., [1815?] New York (State) 1815
Great Britain. All the treaties between the United States and Great Britain; : from the definitive treaty of peace, signed at Paris, 1783; to the treaty of peace, signed at Ghent, 1814. : Published by order of the House of Representatives of Massachusetts. Boston: : Printed and published by E.G. House, Congress-Street., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
Great Britain. Treaty of peace. : Office of the Commercial advertiser, Sunday, Feb. 19, 1815. ... [To] Mr. Charles Turell, editor of the Portsmouth oracle. : James Madison, president of the United States of America, to all and singular to whom these presents shall come, greeting: Whereas a treaty of peace and amity between the United States of America, and His Britannic Majesty was signed at Ghent, on the twenty fourth day of December one thousand eight hundred and fourteen ... and the said treaty having been ... duly accepted, ratified and confirmed on the seventeenth day of February ... which is in the words following to wit:--Treaty of peace between His Britannic Majesty and the United States of America. ... Done at the city of Washington, this eighteenth day of February ... one thousand eight hundred and fifteen ... [Portsmouth, N.H. : Published by Charles Turell, 1815] New Hampshire 1815
Great Britain. Treaty, of peace and amity, between His Britannic Majesty and the United States of America; : signed at Ghent by the American and British commissioners, on the twenty-fourth of December, 1814. Ratified by the prince regent on the 29th, and by the president of the U. States the 17th day of February, 1815. Oxford [N.Y.]: : Printed at the Gazette Office, by A.D. Pier., 1815. New York (State) 1815
Hartford Convention (1814-1815 : Hartford, Conn.) The proceedings of a convention of delegates, from the states of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode-Island; the counties of Cheshire and Grafton, in the state of New-Hampshire; and the county of Windham, in the state of Vermont;--convened at Hartford, in the state of Connecticut, December 15th, 1814. Stockbridge [Mass.]: : Printed by Milo Smith & Co., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
Harvard University. Catalogue of the officers and students of Harvard University, Cambridge, October, 1815. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1815] Massachusetts 1815
Harvard University. Order of exercises for exhibition, : April 25, 1815. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1815] Massachusetts 1815
Harvard University. Order of exercises for exhibition, : August 24, 1815. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1815] Massachusetts 1815
Harvard University. Order of exercises for exhibition, : Oct. 24, 1815. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1815] Massachusetts 1815
Harvard University. Theological education in Cambridge University. : The corporation of Harvard College have thought it their duty to adopt measures for increasing the means of theological education at the university. ... [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1815] Massachusetts 1815
Harvard University. University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. : Order of exercises for commencement, XXX. August, MDCCCXV. Cambridge [Mass.]: : Hilliard and Metcalf., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
Hennery, D. A song composed on the declaration of peace. [Boston] : Nathaniel Coverly--Printer--Milk-St.--Boston., [1815?] Massachusetts 1815
Hennery, D. A song, composed on the declaration of peace. [Boston? : s.n., 1815?] Massachusetts 1815
Hoadley, Silas, 1786-1870. Clocks, made and sold by Silas Hoadley, : and warranted to perform equal to any of the kind made in the United States, if cased and well used. : Directions for setting up and regulating said clocks. [Hartford? : s.n., ca. 1815?] Connecticut 1815
Holmes, John, 1773-1843. An oration: delivered at Alfred, (Mass.) on July, 4th--1815. : Being I.--A luminous defence of the Constitution of the United States and the justice of the late war: II.--An exposition of the nature and variety of the oppostion [sic] to it, in Massachusetts: III.--An illustration of the glory of the war, the honor of the peace, and the present dignity and future interest of America: IV.--An exhortation on the propriety of rendering the Tribute of honor and gratitude to the martyrs for her freedom and her illustrious war-worn veterans. / By the Hon. John Holmes. Kingston [N.Y.]: : Printed by J. Tappen., 1815. New York (State) 1815
Hovey, Ebenezer, 1726- The true ministers and false ones, : described by certain marks and characters drawn from the Scriptures, and so proved by them, that they may be easily known among all sects and denominations. / By Ebenezer Hovey. [New Hampshire? : s.n., 1815?] New Hampshire 1815
Hudson, Henry. Hoole's Ariosto. First American edition. : Proposals, by Henry Hudson, Philadelphia, for publishing by subscription an elegant octadecimo edition of Orlando furioso ... [Philadelphia : Printed by Henry Hudson, 1815] Pennsylvania 1815
Humane Society of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Humane Society. : The anniversary of the Massachusetts Humane Society will be celebrated this day, at 4 o'clock, P.M. in the Chapel Church. : Order of performances. [Boston : s.n., 1815] Massachusetts 1815
Jackson, James, active 19th century. In the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction of Errors. : Between James Jackson, ex dem. Brockholst Livingston, and others, plaintiffs in error; and Anne Delancy & Abraham Russell, defendants in error. : Case, on the part both of the plaintiffs in error and of the defendants in error. Albany: : Printed by Websters and Skinners., 1815. New York (State) 1815
Kilner, Dorothy, 1755-1836. Short conversations; or, An easy road to the temple of fame; : which all may reach who endeavour to be good. : [Four lines of verse] Boston: : Printed and sold by Samuel Hall, no. 53, Cornhill., 1802 [i.e., 1815]. Massachusetts 1815
Kimber, Emmor, 1775-1850. An account of the time of holding the yearly, quarterly, and monthly meetings of Friends on the continent of America. : Exhibiting also, the particular meetings that constitute the several monthly meetings, and the day on which the meetings for worship are held in or near the middle of the week. Philadelphia: : Published by Emmor Kimber, no. 93, Market Street. Merritt, printer., [1815?] Pennsylvania 1815
Layman of the last century. Reason's plea for temperance. / By a layman of the last century. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 24th of the fifth month, to the 2nd of the sixth month, inclusive, 1815, : to the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. [New York] : Printed by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 357, Pearl-Street, New-York., [1815] New York (State) 1815
Lothrop, Reuel, 1789- Sermons on different, important and interesting subjects, : addressed to young people. / By Reuel Lothrop, ministro evangelii. Meredith [N.H.]: : Published by R. & J. Lothrop., 1815. Sept. New Hampshire 1815
Lothrop, Reuel, 1789- The English grammar in miniature, : designed for the use of children. / By Reull Lothrop. Meredith [N.H.], : [s.n.], Printed, July, 1815. New Hampshire 1815
Lothrop, Reuel, 1789- Three young men drowned! Read this, O youth, for it is concerning death! death! death! : In Meredith, N.H. last Monday evening, Dec. 25th, 1815 the most alarming and distressing accident happened that has ever been known in the place. Three healthy, sprightly young men ... were skating on the ice of the Lake Winnipisseogee [sic] with two others and soon the ice failed and they were immediately drowned. ... on which occasion the following lines were composed by your friend and servant, Reuel Lothrop. Meredith [N.H.], : Printed by R. Lothrop, for Abial Bartlett., [1815] New Hampshire 1815
Louis Bonaparte, King of Holland, 1778-1846. Maria, or The Hollanders. / By Louis Buonaparte. ; In two volumes. Vol. I[-II]. Philadelphia: : Printed by T.S. Manning, for M. Carey, A. Small, E. Earl [i.e., Earle], J. Bioren, and D. Hogan., 1815. Pennsylvania 1815
Lovechild, Tommy. Pretty poems, in easy language : for the amusement of little boys and girls. / By Tommy Lovechild. ; Embellished with cuts. Hartford: : Printed by Sheldon & Goodwin. (Stereotyped by J.F. & C. Starr.), [1815?] Connecticut 1815
Luther, Martin, 1483-1546. Der kleine Catechismus des sel. D. Martin Luthers. : Nebst den gewöhnlichen Morgen- Tisch- und Abend-Gebeten. Welchem die Ordnung des Heils, in einem Liede, in kurzen Sätzen, in Frag und Antwort, und in einer Tabelle; wie auch eine Zergliederung des Catechismus, das Würtembürgische kurze Kinder-Examen, die Confirmation und Beichte beygefüget; und etliche Lieder, Freylinghausens Ordnung des Heils, das Güldene A, B, C, der Kinder, und die sieben Buss-Psalmen, angehänget sind. : Zum Gebrauch der Jungen und Alten. Chambersburg [Pa.]: : Gedruckt bey Johann Herschberger., 1815. Pennsylvania 1815
Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society. Order of performance, at the twenty-first anniversary celebration of the Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society. : Friday, Oct. 13th, 1815. [Boston : s.n., 1815] Massachusetts 1815
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. List of members of the House of Representatives, 1815. [Boston : Printed by Adams & Rhoades, 1815] Massachusetts 1815
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. List of members of the House of Representatives, 1815. [Boston : Printed by Adams & Rhoades, 1815] Massachusetts 1815
Massachusetts. Militia. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, June 17th, 1815. : On the 15th inst. the following order of Council was passed, viz.: "In Council, June 15th, 1815. The committee of Council to whom was referred a resolve of the legislature ... respectfully report--that His Excellency be advised to issue his order for the discharge of all the volunteer corps raised for the defence of the commonwealth ...":--By virtue, therefore, of the powers vested in him, His Excellency the commander in chief hereby discharges from further service, all the volunteer corps ... [Boston : s.n., 1815] Massachusetts 1815
Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court. Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. : Vol. X. : Containing the cases for the year 1813. / By Dudley Atkins Tyng, Esq. counsellor at law. Newburyport [Mass.]: : Published by Edward Little & Co. proprietors of the copyright. 1815. C. Norris & Co printers., [1815] Massachusetts 1815
Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court. Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. : Vol. XI. : Containing the cases for the year 1814. / By Dudley Atkins Tyng, Esq. counsellor at law. ; [Two lines from Twyne's case] Newburyport [Mass.]: : Published by Edward Little & Co. proprietors of the copyright. 1815. C. Norris & Co. printers., [1815] Massachusetts 1815
Mavor, William Fordyce, 1758-1837. The mother's catechism; or First principles of knowledge and instruction, for very young children. / By William Mavor, L.L.D. author of Travels, and many other popular works. Leicester [Mass.]: : Printed by Hori Brown., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
McCalla, W. L. (William Latta), 1788-1859. To the lovers of truth and justice. : As it is in certain cases the duty of a Christian and a citizen to guard his character from unlawful aggression, I take the liberty of calling the attention of a disinterested publick to an attempt made by the president of Transylvania University, to destroy a reputation which he was solemnly bound to protect. ... Paris, Kentucky, : Printed by Joel R. Lyle, for the author,, April, 1815. Kentucky 1815
McMaster, Gilbert, 1778-1854. The Shorter catechism, analyzed; : containing a distinct exhibition of the particular doctrines under each question, with appropriate proofs from Scripture. / By Gilbert M'Master, A.M. Pastor of the United Congregations of Galway and Duanesburgh, N.Y. ; [One line from John] Schenectady [N.Y.]: : Printed by Riggs and Stevens., 1815. New York (State) 1815
M'Donald, James. A new pronouncing spelling book, and concise expositor of the English language. : For the use of academies and schools, adapted to the different classes of learners, and highly advantageous to foreigners, who wish to acquire the knowledge of the language; : to which is prefixed an abstract of the principles of English pronunciation with an appendix containing several useful tables and some lessons in reading, / by James M'Donald. ; [Two lines in French] Georgetown, Ky. : Printed by Thomas Henderson, 1815. Kentucky 1815
Mead, Joel K. Proposals for publishing, in the city of Washington, a periodical journal, : under the title of the National register, or Spirit of the public journals foreign and domestic ... [Washington, D.C. : Printed by Joel K. Mead, 1815] District of Columbia 1815
Mead, Joel K. Washington, August 5, 1815. : Sir--I take the liberty to address you this note with a prospectus of a new work I am about to publish, for the purpose of soliciting your aid and influence to give it as early and as wide a circulation as possible, and to act as agent for me in your vicinity ... [Washington, D.C. : Printed by Joel K. Mead, 1815] District of Columbia 1815
Methodist Episcopal Church. A short scriptural catechism, intended for the use of the Methodist societies. New-York. : Published by Daniel Hitt and Thomas Ware, for the Methodist Connexion in the U. States., 1815. ; Price 6 1/4 cents. New York (State) 1815
Middlebury College. Catalogue of the faculty & students of Middlebury College. October, 1815. [Middlebury, Vt.] : William Slade, Jun's print--Middlebury, (Vt.), 1815. Vermont 1815
Mills, Alfred, 1776-1833. Pictures of English history, in miniature, : from the reign of Henry VI. to the death of Lord Nelson. / Designed by Albert Mills. ; With descriptions. Philadelphia: : Printed for Johnson and Warner, no. 147, Market Street., 1815. Pennsylvania 1815
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. Parley the porter. : An allegory. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
Morril, David L. An oration, pronounced at Goffstown, New-Hampshire, July 4, 1815. / By David L. Morril. Concord, N.H. : Printed by I. & W.R. Hill., 1815. New Hampshire 1815
Mother Goose. Mother Goose's melody, or Sonnets for the cradle. Windsor, (Vt.) : Printed by Jesse Cochran, and sold, wholesale and retail, at his book-store., 1815. Vermont 1815
Murray, Lindley, 1745-1826. Abridgment of Murray's English grammar. : With an appendix, containing exercises in orthography, in parsing, in syntax, and in punctuation. : Designed for the younger classes of learners. / By Lindley Murray. ; From the thirtieth English edition, corrected by the author. Utica [N.Y.]: : Printed and sold by Seward and Williams., 1815. New York (State) 1815
New England primer. The New England primer, improved: : for the more easy attaining the true reading of English : to which is added, the Assembly's Shorter catechism. : Also, some short and easy questions for children. Philadelphia: : Printed for J. Pounder, North 4th Street, opposite St. George's., 1815. Pennsylvania 1815
New England primer. The New-England primer, improved: : for the more easy attaining of the true reading of English. : To which is added, the Assembly of Divines' catechism. Albany: : Printed by Websters & Skinners,, 1815. New York (State) 1815
New England primer. The New-England primer, improved; or, An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : To which is added the Assembly's catechism. : Adorned with cuts. Boston: : Printed by James Loring. Sold wholesale and retail at his bookstore, no. 2, Cornhill., [between 1815 and 1826?] Massachusetts 1815
New England primer. The New-England primer, improved; or, An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : To which is added, the Assembly's catechism. : Adorned with cuts. Boston: : Printed by N. Willis, 76, State-Street. Sold by Lincoln & Edmands, no. 53, Cornhill.--, 1815. Massachusetts 1815
New England primer. The New-England primer, improved; or, An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : To which is added, the Assembly's catechism. : Adorned with cuts. Greenfield [Mass.]: : Printed by Denio & Phelps--1815. Sold wholesale and retail at their bookstore., [1815] Massachusetts 1815
New Hampshire Bible Society. Fourth report of the New-Hampshire Bible Society, : communicated to the Society at their annual meeting, holden at Keene, September 20, 1815. : Published by order of the Society. Concord [N.H.]: : Printed by George Hough., Oct. 1815. New Hampshire 1815
New Hampshire. The laws of the state of New-Hampshire, : with an appendix containing such of the repealed laws as are necessary to be known. : Volume II. : Published by authority. Exeter [N.H.]: : Printed by Charles Norris & Co. for the state., 1815. New Hampshire 1815
New Hampshire. Governor (1813-1816 : Gilman) State of New-Hampshire. By the governor. A proclamation. : ... Thursday, the seventh day of December next, to be observed ... as a day of publick thanksgiving, prayer and praise. ... Given at the Council chamber in Exeter, this twenty-eighth day of October ... one thousand eight hundred and fifteen ... [Exeter, N.H. : Printed by C. Norris & Co., 1815] New Hampshire 1815
New York (State). Militia. Brigade, 3rd. Regiment, 2nd. 2d Regiment, 3d Brigade Detached Infantry. Regimental orders. : New-York, April 12, 1815. By brigade orders of the 8th inst. the brigadier general communicates for the information of the officers and men, that the detachment organized by orders of the first day of September, 1814, is dissolved ... [New York] : J.C. Totten, printer., [1815] New York (State) 1815
Newburyport Turnpike Corporation. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and three. : An act for incorporating certain persons for the purpose of laying out and making a turnpike road from Newburyport to Chelsea Bridge. [Newburyport, Mass.] : W. & J. Gilman--printers--Newburyport.--, 1815. Massachusetts 1815
Newman, William, 1773-1835. To a youth at school. [Andover, Mass.] : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
Norfolk Bible Society (Norfolk, Va.) The first report of the managers of the Norfolk Bible Society. : Submitted at the annual meeting, held on the seventh of March, 1815. Norfolk [Va.]: : Printed [by William Davis] at the Office of the Publick Ledger., [1815] Virginia 1815
Oneida Bible Society. The fourth report of the directors of the Oneida Bible Society, : at their annual society meeting, in the village of New-Hartford, January 18, 1815. Utica [N.Y.]: : Printed one door west of the post-office, Genesee Street, by Merrell & Camp., 1815. New York (State) 1815
Paige, Christopher, 1762-1822. The substance of two sermons, preached in Washington, N.H. / By Christopher Paige, A.M. ; Published for the hearers. Amherst [N.H.]-- : R. Boylston--printer., 1815. New Hampshire 1815
Patterson, Robert, 1773-1854. Catalogue of books for sale by R. Patterson, Pittsburgh. [Pittsburgh : Robert Patterson], 1815. Pennsylvania 1815
Pettibone, Daniel. Communication. : Messrs. Websters and Skinners, In looking into the Albany gazette of October 1799, I find a communication on the subject of welding cast-steel to iron, in the manufacture of edge tools ... I take the liberty to inform the public, that many years since (in 1806) I obtained a patent from the United States for my said invention ... I take the liberty of transmitting to you for publication, some of the depositions, &c. in a suit brought by me against John Vandivender ... by which the public will be able to decide as to my claim to the discovery of welding cast-steel to iron, and that whoever may hereafter use said invention without my permit or licence, will be liable to all the damages which a court of law may adjudge against the violator of my patent right. [Albany : Printed by Websters and Skinners, 1815] New York (State) 1815
Philadelphia (Pa.) Ordinances of the corporation of the city of Philadelphia; : passed since the eighteenth day of June, one thousand eight hundred and twelve. : Published under authority of the councils. Philadelphia: : Printed at the Office of the United States' Gazette., 1815. Pennsylvania 1815
Philadelphia Hose Company. Articles and by-laws of the Philadelphia Hose Company, : revised July, 1815. : non sibi--sed omnibus. Philadelphia: : Printed by S. Merritt, no. 74, South Second Street., 1815. Pennsylvania 1815
Picket, Albert, 1771-1850. The juvenile instructor, or Natural grammar and reader: : containing a new method of analytical and synthetical parsing of the English language, by means of a vinculum or chain. : With miscellaneous exemplifications, in prose and poetry: : adapted to the capacities of learners, who have made some progress in spelling and reading; : designed to succeed the Juvenile and other spelling-books, and, as an introduction to the Juvenile mentor and Expositor. : [Five lines of quotation] / by A. Picket, author of the "Juvenile expositor," &c. New-York: : Printed and published by Smith & Forman, at the Franklin Juvenile Bookstores, 190 and 195 Greenwich-Street., 1815. New York (State) 1815
Pinkerton Academy (Derry, N.H.) Remonstrance. : To the honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the state of New-Hampshire, now in session in Concord. [New Hampshire : s.n., 1815] New Hampshire 1815
Plympton & Marett. To be sold at public auction, on Thursday, the 15th day of June inst. at no. 91, Court Street, Boston: the library of the late Ebenezer Rockwood, Esq. deceased. : The books can be viewed on the day before the sale. Plympton & Marett, auctioneers. June, 1815. [Boston : s.n., 1815] Massachusetts 1815
Porter, Ebenezer, 1772-1834. Great effects result from little causes. : A sermon, delivered Sept. 13, 1815, at the anniversary of the Moral Society in Andover. / By Ebenezer Porter, D.D. Bartlett Professor of Sacred Rhetoric in the Theological Seminary, Andover. [Andover, Mass.] : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., [1815] Massachusetts 1815
Potts, George C. (George Charles), 1775-1838. A discourse on the immortality of the soul, and the resurrection of the body: : occasioned by the death of the Rev. James Boyd, A.M. late pastor of Newton and Bensalem. / Delivered at Newton, Bucks County, Feb. 17th, 1814, by George C. Potts, Pastor of the Fourth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia. Philadelphia: : Printed by A. Small, and for sale at his book store, no. 37, South Second Street., 1815. Pennsylvania 1815
Proudfit, Alexander, 1770-1843. Scripture invitations and promises for little children: : with practical addresses and select hymns. / By Alexander Proudfit. ; [One line from John] Salem [N.Y.]: : Printed and sold by Dodd and Stevenson, at the Salem Book-store., 1815. New York (State) 1815
  A Catalogue of the families which descended from Samuel Ayer, who was born at Haverhill, Nov. 11, 1654, and killed by the Indians August 25, 1688. [Haverhill, Mass. : Burril & Tileston, 1816] Massachusetts 1816
  A Caution against our common enemy. : [One line from Job] [Philadelphia] : Published by "The Religious Tract Society of Philadelphia," and for sale at their depository, no. 8, South Front-Street. William Bradford--agent., [Between 1816 and 1820]] Pennsylvania 1816
  A Chart of the streights of Bell Isle. [cartographic material] [Boston : Andrew J. Allen, 1816] Massachusetts 1816
  A Collection of family prayers, : with various occasional forms, from the devotional writings of sundry authors: / selected and revised by Samuel Palmer, and printed in London. ; Now abridged and recommended for the use of families, by a committee of the Southern Association of Ministers in the County of Hampshire. Springfield, Mass. : Printed by Thomas Dickman., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
  A Selection of hymns, from the best authors, : including a great number of originals: : intended to be an appendix to Dr. Watts's Psalms and hymns. / By John Rippon, D.D. Philadelphia: : Printed by, and for, W.W. Woodward, no. 52, Second, corner of Chesnut-Street., 1816. Pennsylvania 1816
  A Wonderful discovery of a hermit, who lived upwards of 200 years. [United States : s.n., 1816?] United States 1816
  American patriotic and comic modern song-book. : [Four lines of verse] Newburyport [Mass.], : Printed and sold at W. & J. Gilman's book-store and circulating library, no. 2, Middle-Street., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
  An Address to children. [New Bedford, Mass.] : York, (England,) printed. New-Bedford: Re-printed for A. Shearman, Jun., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
  Bible history. Albany. : Published and sold by S. Shaw, Washington St. G.J. Loomis & Co., printers., [1816?] New York (State) 1816
  Divine hymns. Or Spiritual songs for the use of religious assemblies and private Christians: / being formerly a collection by Joshua Smith and others. ; With additions & alterations by William & Emmanuel Northup. Sangerfield, (N.Y.) : Printed and sold by J. Tenny., 1816. New York (State) 1816
  Friendly advice. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
  History of the Holy Bible. Hartford: : Sold by Cooke & Hale., [between 1816 and 1819] Connecticut 1816
  Key to B. Tanner's print of Macdonough's victory on Lake Champlain, and defeat of the British Army at Plattsburg by Genl. Macomb. September 11th. 1814. [Philadelphia : Rogers & Esler?, 1816] Pennsylvania 1816
  Maria, or The good girl, : for the instruction and amusement of good children. Hartford: : Sold by Cooke & Hale., [between 1816 and 1819?] Connecticut 1816
  Pious resolutions. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
  Reflections on the subject of a division of the Mississippi Territory. [United States : s.n., 1816 or 1817] United States 1816
  Remarks on children's play. : [Four lines of verse by Watts] New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood & Sons, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1816. New York (State) 1816
  Remarks on the proposed canal, from Rome on the Mohawk River, to Onondaga Lake; : contained in a letter from a gentleman at Rome, who surveyed and took the levels of the country from Rome to Cayuga Lake, by order of the commissioners. New-York: : Printed by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1816. New York (State) 1816
  Select oratorio, : as performed by the Handel and Haydn Society, at King's Chapel, in Boston, on Thursday evening, January 18, 1816. Boston: : C. Stebbins, printer., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
  The Book of pictures, and The story of Betty Goodhue; and of Frederick and Thomas. Hartford: : Sold by Cooke & Hale. (Copy right secured.), [between 1816 and 1819] Connecticut 1816
  The Child's cabinet. New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood & Sons, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1815 [i.e., 1816]. New York (State) 1816
  The Duty of caring for the souls of relatives. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
  The Easy instructor; or, A new method of teaching sacred harmony. : Containing, I. The rudiments of music on an improved plan, wherein the naming and timing of the notes are familiarized to the weakest capacity. II. A choice collection of psalm tunes and anthems, from the most celebrated authors, with a number composed in Europe and America, entirely new; suited to all the metres sung in the different churches in the United States. : Published for the use of singing societies in general, but more particularly for those who have not the advantage of an instructor. / By William Little and William Smith. Printed, typographically, at Albany, : by Websters & Skinners and Daniel Steele, (proprietors of the copy-right,) and sold at their respective book-stores, at the corner of State and Pearl-streets, and a few doors south of the Old City-Hall, in Court-Stre New York (State) 1816
  The History of birds. : [Two lines from Genesis] New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood & Sons, at the Juvenile Book-store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1816. New York (State) 1816
  The History of insects. : [Two lines from Genesis] New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood & Sons, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1816. New York (State) 1816
  The Infant's cab[inet]. [New-York: : Printed and sold by Samuel Wood & Sons, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1816.] New York (State) 1816
  The news-boy to the partons of the Cabinet. : January 1st, 1817. [Schenectady, N.Y. : Printed by I. Riggs, 1816] New York (State) 1816
  The Pittsburgh selection of psalm tunes: or Ancient church music revived. : Containing a variety of plain psalm tunes, the most suitable to be used in divine service. : To which is annexed, a few pieces, of a more delicate construction, proper to be performed by a choir of good musicians. / By John Armstrong, teacher of mathematics. ; [Five lines from Cowper] Pittsburgh, : Published by Cramer, Spear & Eichbaum, Franklin Bookstore, Market Street. Robert Ferguson and Co. printers--, 1816. Pennsylvania 1816
  The Prodigal daughter. Or The disobedient lady. : In five parts, : being a true relation of one Jean Nicholson, the only daughter of a wealthy merchant, living in Merchant-Street, St. James's, London. : [Eighteen lines of text] [Hudson, N.Y.?] : Printed for the itinerant booksellers., [1816?] New York (State) 1816
  The Puzzling cap: : being a choice collection of riddles. : Ornamented with engravings. Albany: : Printed by E. & E. Hosford., 1816. New York (State) 1816
  The Witty and entertaining exploits of George Buchanan, commonly called the King's fool. : In six parts. With additions and corrections. New-York : Printed by Joseph Desnoues, no. 7, Murray-St., 1816. New York (State) 1816
  The Wonderful advantages of adventuring in the lottery. New-York: : Printed and sold by Samuel Wood & Sons, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1816. New York (State) 1816
  Theatre. Mr. Simpson's benefit. : On Monday evening, June 10, 1816, will be presented ... the comedy of Smiles & tears, or, The widow's stratagem. Written by Mrs. C. Kemble ... The evening's entertainments to conclude with ... the grand serious pantomime of Obi; or Three finger'd Jack. ... [New York : s.n., 1816] New York (State) 1816
  Theatre. Mrs. S. Wheatley's benefit. : On Wednesday evening, June 12, 1816, will be presented ... the comedy of The suspicious husband. ... The evening's entertainments to conclude with the melo drama, in 3 acts, of The fortress. ... [New York : s.n., 1816] New York (State) 1816
  Thoughts on the observance of the Sabbath; : to which is added a number of interesting facts, tending to show how God has punished the breaking of his holy day, even in this world. : [Two lines of Scripture text] [Philadelphia] : Published by "The Religious Tract Society of Philadelphia," and for sale at their depository, no. 8, South Front-Street. William Bradford--agent., [between 1816 and 1820] Pennsylvania 1816
  To the Federal electors. : Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports.--Washington. ... : Federalists of the Washington school! Let me appeal to your candor, your love of order and your remembrance of former times. ... [Glens Falls, N.Y.? : s.n., 1816] New York (State) 1816
  Victims of vice; or, The history of Mr. B. [Philadelphia] : Published by "The Religious Tract Society of Philadelphia," at no. 8, South Front Street., [between 1816 and 1821?] Pennsylvania 1816
  Wyeth's repository of sacred music. : Selected from the most eminent and approved authors in that science, for the use of Christian churches of every denomination, singing schools and private societies. : Together with a plain and concise introduction to the grounds of music, and rules for learners. / By John Wyeth. Printed (typographically) at Harrisburgh, Penn. : by John Wyeth, and sold by him, and by Wm. W. Woodward, bookseller, corner of Second & Chesnut streets, Philadelphia, either of whom will give a liberal allowance to wholesale purchasers., 1816. Pennsylvania 1816
Goodwin, Nathaniel, 1782-1855. Notice. : Notice is hereby given that I will attend in person, or by deputy, at the house of Joseph Wells, in Glastenbury, on the sixth day of June next ... for the purpose of receiving any information, that may be furnished as to the changes which may have taken place in the assessable property of individuals since the last assessment ... [Hartford : s.n., 1816] Connecticut 1816
Griswold, Jacob. New periodical publications proposed. : Also, a grand national institution, for promoting Christian and other valuable knowledge; and for the more general diffusion of correct political information. : Likewise, proposals for re-publishing by subscription, stereotype-plate editions of two excellent commentary family Bibles. : To all which, the attention of an enlightened community is most respectfully solicited. : [Seven lines from Washington] / By J. Griswold Jun. New-York, : [Published by J. Griswold, Jun.] Chatham-Square, no. 6,, July 4, 1816. New York (State) 1816
Gymnasium Reges Society (Boston, Mass.) To the president and members of the G.R. Society. : Gentlemen, Your committee have examined with much care and deliberation the original constitution, and have found the same capable of amendment. ... [Boston : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Hampton Academy (Hampton, N.H.) Exercises at Hampton Academy, Friday, August 16, 1816. [Portsmouth, N.H. : s.n., 1816] New Hampshire 1816
Harrisburg (Pa.) [Laws of the borough of Harrisburgh] [Harrisburg, Pa. : s.n., 1816] Pennsylvania 1816
Harvard University. Catalogue of the officers and students of Harvard University, Cambridge, October, 1816. [Cambridge, Mass.] : Hilliard & Metcalf, printers., [1816] Massachusetts 1816
Harvard University. Illustrissimo Johanni Brooks, armigero, gubernatori ... : Theses hasce ... Habita in comitiis Universitatis Cantabrigiæ, Massachusettensis, die Augusti XXVIII. Anno Salutis MDCCCXVI. ... [Cambridge, Mass.] : Typis academicis excudebant Hilliard et Metcalf., [1816] Massachusetts 1816
Harvard University. Order of performances for exhibition, : April 30, 1816. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Harvard University. Order of performances for exhibition, : August 22, 1816. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Harvard University. Order of performances for exhibition, : October 22, 1816. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Harvard University. University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. : Order of exercises for commencement, XXVIII. August. MDCCCXVI. Cambridge [Mass.]: : Hilliard and Metcalf., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
Harvey, James, active 1816. Lines, composed on the dreadful and untimely death of Daniel Brown and John Harvey, both of Nottingham, N.H. ... 1816 ... / By a youth. [Portsmouth, N.H.? : s.n., 1816] New Hampshire 1816
Henkel, Paul, 1754-1825. The Christian catechism, : composed for the instruction of youth, in the knowledge of the Christian religion. : Together with an addition of morning and evening prayers, &c. : Also, an explanation of sundry feasts, festivals and Sundays, &c. / By Paul Henkel, Minister of the Gospel. New-Market, Shenandoah County, Virginia: : Printed in S. Henkel's Printing-Office., 1816. Virginia 1816
Hofland, Mrs. (Barbara), 1770-1844. A father as he should be. : A novel. : In two volumes. / By Mrs. Hofland, author of Says she to her neighbour, Maid of Moscow, Son of a genius, Officer's widow, &c. &c. ; [Seven lines from the Rambler] ; Vol. I[-II]. Philadelphia: : Published by M. Carey., 1816. Pennsylvania 1816
Hofland, Mrs. (Barbara), 1770-1844. The history of an officer's widow, and her young family. / By Mrs. Hofland, author of The son of a genius, Ellen the teacher, and other works for young people. ; [Two lines from Congreve] Boston, : Printed by Munroe, Francis & Parker, at their Juvenile Library, no. 4, Cornhill., [1816?] Massachusetts 1816
Hofland, Mrs. (Barbara), 1770-1844. The merchant's widow, and her family. / By Mrs. Hofland, author of The officer's widow, The son of a genius, Ellen the teacher, Clergyman's widow, &c. ; [Five lines from Dr. Johnson] Boston: : Printed by Munroe & Francis, at their Juvenile Library, no. 4, Cornhill., [1816?] Massachusetts 1816
Hovey, William, 1786-1855. Wool carding and spinning. : The subscribers inform the publick, that they have now in operation machinery for carding and spinning wool, at the factory of William Hovey ... they will also manufacture it into cloth ... [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Hoyt, Ard, 1770-1828. "The benevolent are blessed." : A sermon, preached before the Susquehanna Benevolent Society for Assisting Indigent Pious Young Men in Obtaining an Education for the Gospel Ministry, at the annual meeting of said Society, in Harford, September, 1816. / By Ard Hoyt, pastor of the church in Wilkesbarre. ; And A word for Christ and the heathen, to the friends of God and man. / By the Rev. Gorden Hall, one of the American missionaries at Bombay, India. ; The profits arising from the sale of this work will be given to the Susquehanna Benvolent Society. Price 25 cents single--$2 40 a dozen. [Wilkes-Barre, Pa.? : s.n., 1816?] Pennsylvania 1816
Ide, Simeon, 1794-1889. Proposals for publishing in Brattleborough, Vt. a weekly newspaper, entitled the American yeoman. [New Ipswich, N.H. : Printed by Simeon Ide., 1816] New Hampshire 1816
Johnson, John, 1769-1833. A sketch of the life of William Cowper, of the Inner Temple, Esq. / By his kinsman, John Johnson, LL.D. Rector of Yaxham with Welborne, in Norfolk. Philadelphia: : Published by Benjamin Johnson, no. 31, Market Street., 1816. Pennsylvania 1816
Kingston, Stephen, -1836. Philadelphia, February 1816. : Sir, It would be unnecessary to make any reply to the second long circular of Mr. Spencer ... but to preserve the subject from the cloud with which it is endeavored to obscure it. ... [Philadelphia] : John Binns, printer., [1816] Pennsylvania 1816
Kirkland, John Thornton, 1770-1840. A sermon, delivered before His Excellency Caleb Strong, Esq. governor, His Honor William Phillips, Esq. lieutenant governor, the honorable Council, and the two houses composing the legislature of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. : May 29, 1816, being the anniversary election. / By John Thornton Kirkland, D.D. president of Harvard University. Boston: : Printed by Russell, Cutler and Co. for Benjamin Russell, printer to the state., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
Leicester Academy. Order of exercises for exhibition. [Leicester, Mass. : Printed by Hori Brown, 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Leicester Academy. Social Fraternity. An alphabetical catalogue of books in the library belonging to the Social Fraternity of Leicester Academy. : July 29, 1816. [Leicester, Mass. : Printed by Hori Brown, 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Lochman, Johann Georg, 1773-1826. Erstes Buch für deutsche Kinder, oder A B C Buchstabier und Lesebuch für deutsche Schulen. Pittsburg [Pa.], : Gedruckt von Jacob Schnee., 1816. Copy right secured according to law. Pennsylvania 1816
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 22nd of the fifth month, to the 31st of the same, inclusive, 1816, : to the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. [New York] : Re-printed by Collins & Co. Pearl-Street, New-York., [1816] New York (State) 1816
London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 22nd of the fifth month, to the 31st of the same, inclusive, 1816, : to the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends, in Great-Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. [New Bedford, Mass.? : Printed for Abraham Shearman, Jun.?, 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Lothrop, Reuel, 1789- An alarming incident! Three young men drowned! Read this, O youth, for it is concerning death! death! death! : In Meredith, N.H. last Monday evening, Dec. 25th, 1815 the most alarming and distressing accident happened that has ever been known in the place. Three healthy, sprightly young men ... were skating on the ice of the Lake Winnipisseogee [sic] with two others and soon the ice failed and they were immediately drowned ... on which occasion the following lines were composed by your friend and servant, Reuel Lothrop. Meredith [N.H.], : Printed by R. Lothrop., Jan. 25th, 1816. New Hampshire 1816
Lothrop, Reuel, 1789- The Christian's almanack, for the year of our Lord, 1817 ... : Fitted for New England. / By Reuel Lothrop. [Sutton, N.H.] : Sold at Sutton, H.H. (Price 4 dollars a groce, 40 cents a dozen, 6 cents single., [1816] New Hampshire 1816
M. Carey (Firm) Modern publications, and new editions of valuable standard works, : printed for M. Carey, no. 121, Chesnut Street, Philadelphia. [Philadelphia : M. Carey, 1816] Pennsylvania 1816
Martin, Christopher Wm. (Christopher William) An essay, in vindication of the doctrine of Christ, which differs from all the doctrines and commandments of men; : including a review of the writing of Gilbert M'Master, and the doctrines contained in his late essay. / By Christopher Wm. Martin, V.D.C. ; [Three lines from Isaiah] Schenectady [N.Y.]: : Printed by Riggs & Stevens, for the author. Price, 40 cents single, 4 dolls per dozen., 1816. New York (State) 1816
Massachusetts Bible Society. Sir, We the undersigned, having been appointed a committee to solicit subscriptions for the Massachusetts, as auxiliary to the American Bible Society, from the citizens of the [blank] ward in this town, take the liberty to send you the inclosed statement of facts ... [Boston : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Massachusetts. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. : Resolved, that the secretary of this commonwealth be directed to cause to be printed two thousand copies of the report of the committee on the subject of the separation of the district of Maine ... [Boston : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Massachusetts. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixteen. : An act in addition to the act for regulating, governing and training the militia of this commonwealth. [Boston : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Massachusetts. General Court. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. : The committee of both houses, upon the returns of votes from the several towns in the district of Maine, and upon sundry memorials accompanying the same, beg leave respectfully to report ... [Boston : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Massachusetts. General Court. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. : The committee, to whom was referred a resolution of the state of North Carolina, proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, ask leave to report ... [Boston : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Massachusetts. General Court. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The committee of both houses, upon the votes from the several towns in the district of Maine, and upon sundry memorials accompanying the same, beg leave respectfully to report: [Boston : Published by Russell, Cutler & Co., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. List of members of the House of Representatives, 1816. [Boston : Printed by Adams & Rhoades, 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. Committee on Contested Elections. Reports of contested elections, in the House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. For the year 1815. Dedham [Mass.]: : Abel D. Alleyne, printer., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
Massachusetts. Governor (1812-1816 : Strong) Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His Excellency Caleb Strong ... a proclamation, for a day of public fasting, humiliation and prayer. : ... Thursday, the fourth day of April next ... Given at the Council chamber, in Boston, this thirtieth day of January ... one thousand eight hundred and sixteen ... [Boston : Printed by Russell, Cutler & Co., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Massachusetts. Governor (1816-1823 : Brooks) Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His Excellency John Brooks ... a proclamation, for a day of public thanksgiving and prayer. : ... Thursday, the twenty-eighth day of November next ... Given at the Council chamber, in Boston, this eighth day of October ... one thousand eight hundred and sixteen ... [Boston : Printed by Russell, Cutler & Co., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Massachusetts. Governor (1816-1823 : Brooks) Commonwealth of Massachusetts. To the selectmen of the town of [blank] in Worcester South District: Greeting: : Whereas the Constitution of the United States provides, that when vacancies in Congress happen in the representation from any state, the executive authority thereof shall issue writs of election to fill such vacancies ... Given at the Council Chamber, in Boston, this [blank] day of June ... one thousand eight hundred and sixteen ... [Boston : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Massachusetts. Militia. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, May 10th, 1816. : At a general court martial, held at Salem, on the 5th day of March last, of which Brigadier-General Arnold Welles is president, was tried Major Thorndike Procter, of the Fifth Regiment, First Brigade and Second Division of the Militia, on a complaint exhibited against him by Lieutenant-Colonel George Gardner, commandant of the said regiment ... [Boston : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Massachusetts. Militia. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, May 16, 1816. : Major General Crane will give the necessary orders for furnishing the customary escort for the government on the 29th instant, it being the day of general election, and a company of artillery for firing salutes. ... [Boston : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Massachusetts. Militia. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Head-quarters, Boston, June 1st, 1816. : By virtue of an act of this commonwealth passed the 6th day of March, 1810, "enacting that aids de camp to the commander in chief, shall be by him appointed ..." I have appointed William H. Sumner and Henry Sargent, Esquires, aids de camp ... [Boston : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Massachusetts. Militia. Division, 2nd. Division orders. (Copy.) Salem, January 29th, 1816. : The major general of the Second Division of Massachusetts Militia, having had transmitted to him ... minutes, papers, and proceedings of a division court martial ... for the trial of Lt. William Thurlow and Lt. Joshua Bayley ... [Salem, Mass.? : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Massachusetts. Militia. Division, 2nd. Brigade, 2nd. Brigade inspection orders. Newburyport, August [blank], 1816. : By the 10th section of the laws of the United States, for governing the militia, it is enacted, "that it shall be the duty of the brigade inspector ... to attend the regimental and battalion meetings of the militia composing their several brigades ... to inspect their arms, ammunition and accoutrements; superintend their exercise and manœuvres, and introduce a system of military discipline ... [Newburyport, Mass. : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court. Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. : Vol. XII. : Containing the cases for the year 1815. / By Dudley Atkins Tyng, Esq. counsellor at law. Newburyport [Mass.]: : Published by Edward Little & Co. proprietors of the copyright. 1816. C. Norris & Co. printers., [1816] Massachusetts 1816
Massachusetts. Treasury Office. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. State of the treasury, January 1st, 1816. [Boston : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Mead, Joel K. Circular. Sir, The very liberal patronage the proposed National register has received in every section of the Union, : ... demands an explanation of the cause of the delay of its publication so far beyond the time originally contemplated. ... [Washington, D.C. : Printed by Joel K. Mead, 1816] District of Columbia 1816
Melish, John, 1771-1822. Prospectus of a six sheet map of the United States, and contiguous British and Spanish possessions: : comprehending I. The whole territory subject to the United States government. II. The British possessions of Upper and Lower Canada, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, Bermuda, Bahama, and West Indies. III. The Spanish possessions of Florida, Texas, New Santander, Cohauila, Leon, New Mexico, West Indies, and part of the Spanish Main. [Philadelphia : Published by John Melish, 1816] Pennsylvania 1816
Merrill, Joseph. The duty and encouragement of a gospel minister. : A sermon, delivered June 7, 1815, at the ordination of the Rev. Alanson Darwin, Pastor of the First Congregational Church in Riga. / By Joseph Merrill, V.D.M. in Gorham, N.Y. ; To which is added, the charge, by the Rev. David Tullar. ; Published at the request of the church and congregation. Canandaigua [N.Y.]: : Printed by Bemis & Beach., 1816. New York (State) 1816
Middlesex Auxiliary Society for the Education of Pious Youth for the Gospel Ministry. Constitution of the Middlesex Auxiliary Society for the Education of Pious Youth for the Gospel Ministry. Cambridge [Mass.]: : Hilliard and Metcalf., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
Mills, Alfred, 1776-1833. London in miniature: : with 47 engravings of its public buildings and antiquities, from drawings by Alfred Mills. New-York: : Printed and sold by Samuel Wood & Sons, at the Juvenile Book-store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1816. New York (State) 1816
Moore, Thomas, 1779-1852. Irish melodies: / by Thomas Moore, Esq. Washington [D.C.], : Published by W. Cooper., 1816. District of Columbia 1816
New England primer. The New England primer; much improved. : Containing a variety of easy lessons, for attaining the true reading of English. Philadelphia : Printed and sold by John Bioren, no. 88, Chesnut Street., 1816. Pennsylvania 1816
New England primer. The New-England primer, impproved [sic] : for the more easy attaining the true reading of English. : To which is added, the Assembly of Divines' catechism. Poughkeepsie [N.Y.]: : Published by Paraclete Potter. P. & S. Potter, printers., 1816. New York (State) 1816
New England primer. The New-England primer, improved, : for the more easy attaining the true reading of English. : Adorned with cuts. : To which is added, the Assembly of Divines' catechism. Albany: : Printed by E. and E. Hosford, and sold wholesale and retail at their bookstore, State-Street., 1816. New York (State) 1816
New England primer. The New-England primer, improved; : for the more easy attaining the true reading of English. : To which is added the Assembly of Divines' catechism. Lansingburgh [N.Y.]: : Printed by Tracy & Bliss., 1816. Vermont 1816
New England Tract Society. Second annual report of the executive committee of the New England Tract Society, May 27, 1816. Andover [Mass]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
New Hampshire. General Court. An act to amend, enlarge and improve the corporation of Dartmouth College. : June, 1816. [Concord, N.H.? : s.n., 1816] New Hampshire 1816
New Hampshire. Governor (1813-1816 : Gilman) State of New Hampshire. By the governor. A proclamation. : ... Thursday, the fourth day of April next, to be observed as a day of public fasting, humiliation, and prayer ... Given at the Council chamber in Exeter, this eleventh day of February ... one thousand eight hundred and sixteen ... [Exeter, N.H. : Printed by C. Norris & Co., 1816] New Hampshire 1816
New Hampshire. Governor (1816-1819 : Plumer) Speech of His Excellency the governor of New-Hampshire, before the legislature--June session, 1816. [Concord, N.H.? : s.n., 1816] New Hampshire 1816
New Hampshire. Governor (1816-1819 : Plumer) State of New-Hampshire. By the governor. A proclamation, for a day of thanksgiving. : ... Thursday, the fourteenth day of November next ... Given at the Council chamber in Concord, this third day of October ... one thousand eight hundred and sixteen ... [Concord, N.H. : Printed by Isaac Hill, 1816] New Hampshire 1816
New Hampshire. Superior Court of Judicature. Copy of a letter, from the judges of the Superior Court, to the governor and Council, relative to Dartmouth College. [Concord, N.H.? : s.n., 1816] New Hampshire 1816
New York (N.Y.) City and county of New-York, ss. : I [blank] of the city of New-York, do certify, that on the day of the date hereof , personally appeared before me [blank] a person of colour, residing in said city, and exhibiting due proof of his freedom ... Given under my hand, this [blank] day of [blank] in the year one thousand eight hundred and sixteen. Entered on record, in the office of register in and for the city of New-York, in lib. [blank] of certificates of freedom. [New York : s.n., 1816] New York (State) 1816
Newburyport Circulating Library (est. 1815) Catalogue of books in the Newburyport Circulating Library, kept at Charles Whipple's book-store, no. 4, State-Street, Newburyport. : Contents. Magazines, and other periodical works. History, biography, miscellanies, novels, romances, tales, poetry, plays, &c. : Additions will constantly be made, and every exertion will be used to continue this establishment worthy of the patronage of the public. [Newburyport, Mass.] : Newburyport Circulating Library, no. 4, State-Street. 1816. C. Norris & Co. printers., [1816] Massachusetts 1816
Newman, William, 1773-1835. Sin, no trifle. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
Nicholson, Thomas, 1791?- An affecting narrative of the captivity and sufferings of Thomas Nicholson (a native of New Jersey,) : who has been six years a prisoner among the Algerines, and from whom he fortunately made his escape a few mnths previous to Commodore Decatur's late expedition. : To which is added, a concise description of Algiers of the customs, manners, &c of the natives--and some particulars of Commodore Decatur's late expedition, against the Barbary powers. : [Three lines of quotation] Boston: : Printed for G. Walker., [1816] Massachusetts 1816
Nolley, James. No. I. February 7th, 1816. Dear brother, I am reappoinied [sic] to Meherin District ... [United States : s.n., 1816] United States 1816
North Carolina. General Assembly. Report of the convention committee to the legislature of North-Carolina, 1816. Raleigh [N.C.]: : Printed by Tho. Henderson, Jun. state printer,, 1816. North Carolina 1816
Orphan Asylum Society (New York, N.Y.) The annual report and account current of the Orphan Asylum Society, of New-York, for April, 1816. : With a list of donations, new subscribers, &c. New-York: : Printed by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1816. New York (State) 1816
Passmore & Birckhead. Catalogue of hardware. : To be sold, by Passmore & Birckhead, at the New City Auction Store, no. 34 South Front Street, on Tuesday morning, the 12th March inst. at 10 o'clock. [Philadelphia] : John Binns, printer., [1816] Pennsylvania 1816
Pennsylvania. General Assembly. House of Representatives. Committee on the Militia System. Report of the Committee on the Militia System. : In the House of Representatives of Pennsylvania, Tuesday, January 16, 1816. [Harrisburg, Pa.? : Printed by James Peacock?, 1816] Pennsylvania 1816
Pennsylvania. General Assembly. Senate. Report of the committee of Senate appointed on the judiciary system. : The committee to whom was referred the resolution of the 17th of February, "to enquire whether any, and if any, what alterations are necessary in the judiciary of this commonwealth." Report ... [Harrisburg, Pa.] : C. Gleim, printer., [1816] Pennsylvania 1816
Plummer, Farnham, 1780-1857. Selling off stock---cheap for cash. : The subscriber, being about closing his business in Lancaster, offers his stock for sale ... which consists of ... [Lancaster, Mass. : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Port folio (Philadelphia, Pa.) (Circular.) Port Folio office, Philadelphia. Sir, I take the liberty of submitting to your inspection ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1816] Pennsylvania 1816
Porter, Ebenezer, 1772-1834. Great effects result from little causes. : A sermon, delivered Sept. 13, 1815, at the anniversary of the Moral Society in Andover. / By Ebenezer Porter, Bartlet Professor of Sacred Rhetoric in the Theological Seminary, Andover. [Andover, Mass.] : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., [1816?] Massachusetts 1816
Professor. New instructions for the Spanish guitar, : containing a variety of songs and pieces. : Price $1. / By a professor. Philadelphia : Published and sold at G. Willig's music store., [1816 or 1817] Pennsylvania 1816
Protestant Episcopal Female Society of Baltimore. Constitution of the Protestant Episcopal Female Society of Baltimore. [Baltimore] : Published by the Protestant Episcopal Female Society of Baltimore: Sold ... by Coale & Maxwell, No. 204 Market street. [Pomeroy & Toy, printers, No. 12 Light street.] [1816?] Maryland 1816
  "I will remonstrate against this unjust appointment, myself, even if every friend forsake me."--Adino N. Brackett. : "Go and I will back you up in it."--S.A. Pearson. Bar-room eloquence, January 7th, 1817. : A remonstrance. To His Excellency the governor & the hon. Council of the state of New-Hampshire, greeting. [Hanover, N.H.? : s.n., 1817] New Hampshire 1817
  A new selection of songs, inscribed to patriotism and the lovers of music. : [One line of quotation] [Deerfield, Mass.] : Printed and published by John Wilson, Deerfield, Mass., 1817. Massachusetts 1817
  A New-Year's gift. : [Two lines from Matthew] New-York: : Printed & sold by S. Wood & Sons, at the Juvenile Book-store, no. 261, Pearl-street., 1817. New York (State) 1817
  Address by the carrier of the Harrisburg Chronicle, to his patrons at the commencement of the year 1818. [Harrisburg, Pa. : Printed by Gillmor & Hamilton, 1817] Pennsylvania 1817
  Address of the Democratic young men of Montgomery County. Norristown [Pa.]-- : Printed by James Winnard., 1817. Pennsylvania 1817
  Address of the Democratic young men, of the city & liberties of Philadelphia to the electors of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia: : Printed by Jacob Frick & Co. no. 24, Walnut Street., 1817. Pennsylvania 1817
  Anniversary of American independence, celebrated at Fitchburg [Mass.], July 4, 1817. [Massachusetts or New Hampshire : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
  Arithmetic. : Principal rules of arithmetic. [United States : s.n., 1817?] United States 1817
  Aviso. Quartel General de Fernandina, Isla de Amelia, á 11 de Octubre de 1817., año 8 y 1 de la independencia. [Fernandina, Fla.] : Imprenta del gobierno., [1817] Florida 1817
  Baltimore Theatre. Last night but two of Mr. Incledon's engagement. : On Monday evening, November 17, 1817, will be presented, (by particular desire) a comic opera called The May-Day dower; or, The benevolent Quaker. ... After which a serious drama, in 3 acts, called The voice of nature. ... To which will be added a favorite comic opera, in two acts, called Lock & key. ... [Baltimore : s.n., 1817] Maryland 1817
  Baptism hymn. [Woodstock, Va. : s.n., between 1817 and 1825] Virginia 1817
  Circus, Worcester. (For a few nights only). : ... Thursday the 24th, and Friday the 25th July, 1817, and on every evening during next week. ... [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
  Contemplations in P--n church-yard. [New York] : Published by the New-York Sunday-School Tract Society. E.B. Gould, printer., [1817] New York (State) 1817
  Counting-house almanac, for 1818. [Albany : Printed by Packard & Van Benthuysen, 1817] New York (State) 1817
  Courant-office, Hartford, April 1, 1817. : The last resource of democracy. From the American Mercury of April 1, 1817. "A mammoth tax! It is whispered in Federal circles that it will be necessary, this spring to lay a state tax of ten cents on the dollar, to clear the state from debt. ... [Hartford : Printed by George Goodwin & Sons, 1817] Connecticut 1817
  Division muster. [Boston or Dedham, Mass. : s.n., ca. 1817] Massachusetts 1817
  Electors of Pennsylvania : on this day you are to seal the disgrace or redeem the character of Pennsylvania;--on this day you are to determine who shall be governor of Pennsylvania, Joseph Hiester, or William Findlay. ... [Pennsylvania : s.n., 1817] Pennsylvania 1817
  Entertaining fables, for children. : Ornamented with cuts. Weathersfield [Vt.], Published by L. Roberson. A.D. Pier, printer., 1817. Vermont 1817
  Fifteen good reasons for voting for William Findlay. Not for Joseph Heister [i.e., Hiester]. [Pennsylvania : s.n., 1817] Pennsylvania 1817
  Geburts- und Taufschein. Allentaun [Pa.], : Gedruckt und zu haben bey Henrich Ebner., 1817. Pennsylvania 1817
  Happy poverty, or The story of poor Blind Ellen. : A well authenticated narrative. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1817. Massachusetts 1817
  Hiester against the poor, : February 13, 1790. In convention. ... : Distillers! Young men! Sons of poor men! Coloured people! Friends! Read the votes of Joseph Hiester! The records cant [sic] tell lies! ... [York, Pa. : Printed by William C. Harris, 1817] Pennsylvania 1817
  Horrid, horrid murder! : Some particulars of the late horrid murder of Mrs. Mills, and five of her youngest children, by her own husband! in Galesboro' (Alleghany County) Pennsylvania, on the 29th January last. : Extract of a letter from a gentleman in Galesboro' (Penn.) to his friend in Wrentham, (Mass.) dated Galesboro' Feb. 2, 1817. [Boston : Printed by H. Trumbull, 1817] Massachusetts 1817
  Horrors of infidelity: some of the last words of that unhappy young man Francis Newport. Philadelphia: : Published by "The Female Religious Tract Society of the Northern Liberties.", June 1817. Pennsylvania 1817
  Joseph Hiester & slavery, : extract from the minutes of the General Assembly 23 Feb. 1788 ... [York, Pa.] : Harris's printing office, York., [1817] Pennsylvania 1817
  Key, or explanation of the picture, by H. Sargent, Esq. The entrance of Jesus Christ into the city of Jerusalem. : The picture is painted on canvass fifteen feet high by eighteen feet wide. The subject is more particularly taken from the 35th to 38th verses, (inclusive) of the 19th chapter of St. Luke. [Boston? : s.n., between 1817 and 1827?] Massachusetts 1817
  Lines composed on the sudden and remarkable death of John Norton. [Hallowell, Me.? : s.n., 1817] Maine 1817
  Lines--composed on the unhappy Phillips, who is now in Boston jail, : under sentence of death, for the murder of Gaspard Denegri; and is to be executed Feb. 13 [1817]. [Boston : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
  Little Nancy; or The punishment of greediness. : A moral tale. : Embellished with superb engravings. Philadelphia: : Published and sold by Wm. Charles, no. 32, south Third-Street., 1817. Pennsylvania 1817
  Meditations, resolutions & prayers, preparatory to confirmation: / by a father to a beloved daughter. Baltimore: : Printed by J. Robinson, 94, Market-St., 1817. Maryland 1817
  Military spirit, exhibited at Holden, September 15, 1817. : On the fifteenth of September, the Grenadier Company lately formed in Holden, commanded by Capt. Jervis Abbot, appeared for the first time in uniform. ... [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
  My brother. : A poem for children. New York: : Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 357, Pearl Street., [between 1817 and 1824?] New York (State) 1817
  Net cap. / The following piece of ridicule, was written by a divine of the [blank] persuasion. [United States : s.n., between 1817 and 1830?] United States 1817
  Neujahrs-Wunsch des Herumträgers des Readinger Adlers an seine Kunden, : bey dem Eintritt des Jahrs 1818. [Reading, Pa. : Gedruckt bey Johann Ritter und Comp., 1817] Pennsylvania 1817
  News boy's address to the patrons of the Chronicle & patriot, : on the commencement of the year 1818. [Boston : Printed by Ballard & Wright, 1817] Massachusetts 1817
  Order of the public services at the consecration of Adoniram Chapter [Attleboro, Mass.], : and the installation of its officers, June 24th, A.L. 5817 [i.e., 1817]. [Providence] : Miller & Hutchens, printers., [1817] Rhode Island 1817
  Poetry, written on the death of Consider Wilder and Increase Briggs, : who were drowned in Deerfield River (in the town of Conway,) July 12, 1817. [Deerfield, Mass.? : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
  Proposals for publishing by subscription a system of divinity; in a series of sermons, by Timothy Dwight, D.D.LL.D. late president of Yale College. [New Haven : Printed by Clark & Lyman?, 1817] Connecticut 1817
  Séance de lecture & de déclamation, par J.L. Artiguenave, elève de l'école spéciale, au conservatoire de France. : : Partie éloquente: discours d'introduction. ... 2de partie. Poësie lyrique, lecture soutenue ... 3ième et dnière partie. Tragédie. Déclamation classique. ... [Boston? : s.n., 1817?] Massachusetts 1817
  Shocking murder!!! Boston.....July 5, 1817. : On Thursday evening last, a most inhuman murder was committed in this town, by a man whose name is MacDonald, upon the body of his wife. ... [Boston : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
  Simple stories for children. : Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] : Sidney's Press. New-Haven., 1817. Connecticut 1817
  Statement of the amount of internal duties imposed by the United States : ... paid by each person in the 7th collection district of Connecticut during the year 1816. [Windham, Conn. : s.n., 1817] Connecticut 1817
  Statement of the amount of internal duties imposed by the United States : ... paid by each person in the first collection district of Rhode-Island, during the year one thousand eight hundred and sixteen. [Newport, R.I. : s.n., 1817] Rhode Island 1817
  Statement of the amounts of internal duties imposed by the United States : ... paid by each person in the sixteenth collection district of Massachusetts, during the year 1816. [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
  Statement of the amounts of internal duties, imposed by the United States, paid by each person in the first collection district of New-Hampshire, during the year 1817. [Concord, N.H.] : I. Hill, pr. Concord., [1817] New Hampshire 1817
  Summer. New-York: : published by Samuel Wood and Sons, no 261 Pearl-Street., [between 1817 and 1835?] New York (State) 1817
  Thatsachen eines Verhörs.....George Klein gegen Jämes Peacock. [Pennsylvania : s.n., 1817] Pennsylvania 1817
  The Arithmetical tables. : Most of which must necessarily be committed to memory, before any considerable progress can be made in learning arithmetic. Philadelphia: : Published by Solomon W. Conrad, no. 87, Market Street. (Price 6 cents), [1817?] Pennsylvania 1817
  The Beauties of psalmody, : containing a selection of sacred music, calculated for public worship or the use of singing schools. / By John Cole. ; [Four lines from Watts] Baltimore: : Sold by E.J. Cole [i.e., Coale], J. and T. Vance, Cushing and Jewett, and Shaeffer and Maund. Murphy and Milless, printers, 4, Harrison-Street., [1817 or 1818] Maryland 1817
  The Book of fate, : a new and complete system of fortune telling; formed from the experience of the accurate, and the researches of the learned, in all ages, and of all nations. : In seven parts. ... The whole forming an unerring guide to the knowledge of future events. / Carefully rendered into English, and arranged from the manuscripts of an adept. New-York: : Printed for the translator, and sold by all booksellers., 1817. New York (State) 1817
  The Book of letters. New-York: : Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 261, Pearl-Street., [between 1817 and 1836?] New York (State) 1817
  The Book of letters. New-York: : Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 261, Pearl-Street; and Samuel S. Wood & Co. no. 212, Market-Street, Baltimore., [between 1817 and 1824] New York (State) 1817
  The Carrier of the Christian disciple, : begs leave to present his compliments to its patrons, and to inform them, that on account of sickness in his family he was unable to present his address in season, but requests the permission to present it with this number of the work. [Boston : Printed by Joseph T. Buckingham, 1817] Massachusetts 1817
  The Child's assistant in the art of reading. : Being a collection of pieces suited to the capacities of children, in the early stages of education. : Designed as a medium between The spelling book and The American selection of lessons, American preceptor, and other books of a similar kind. / by Samuel Temple, A.M. author of an "Introduction to arithmetic," &c. Boston: : Printed and published by Lincoln & Edmands, sold at their Bible Warehouse and Theological and Miscellaneous Bookstore, 53 Cornhill., [1817?] Massachusetts 1817
  The Columbian orator: : containing a variety of original and selected pieces; : together with rules; calculated to improve youth and others in the ornamental and useful art of eloquence. / By Caleb Bingham, A.M. author of the American preceptor, Young lady's accidence, &c. ; [Two lines from Rollin] Boston: : [s.n., 1817?] Massachusetts 1817
  The Cries of London. New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood & Sons, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 261, Pearl-Street., 1817. New York (State) 1817
  The Crisis. (No. 2.) : Think twice ere you speak once: but when you speak--speak the truth, without fear, favor or affection. : [One line of quotation] [Harrisburg, Pa.? : s.n., 1817] Pennsylvania 1817
  The Disastrous events which attended Joe Dobson. : Illustrated with sixteen elegant engravings. Philadelphia: : Published and sold by Wm. Charles, no. 32, S. Third-St. Price 25 cents., 1817. Pennsylvania 1817
  The English reader: or, Pieces in prose and poetry, selected from the best writers. : Designed to assist young persons to read with propriety and effect; to improve their language and sentiments; and to inculcate some of the most important principles of piety and virtue. : With a few preliminary observations on the principles of good reading. / By Lindley Murray, author of an English grammar, &c. &c. ; From the tenth English edition. Haverhill, Mass. : Printed by Burrill and Tileston, for Henry Whipple and Samuel West, Salem., 1817. Massachusetts 1817
  The History of the Holy Bible. Abridged. : Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, New-Haven., 1817. Connecticut 1817
  The House that Jack built, : a diverting story for children. : Ornamented with cuts. Boston, : Printed by N. Coverly, jun. Milk-Street., 1817. Massachusetts 1817
  The Little Christian: : a novel, founded on facts. : Designed for the amusement and instruction of children, whether young or old. / Written by himself. ; [Five lines of text] Boston: : Printed for the purchaser., 1817. Massachusetts 1817
  The Massachusetts register and United States calendar; for the year of our Lord 1818 ... : Containing civil, judicial, ecclesiastical, and military lists in Massachusetts ... Boston: : Published by James Loring and West & Richardson. Sold, wholesale and retail, at their book-stores, Cornhill., [1817] Massachusetts 1817
  The New Baltimore hymn book; : intended to aid the devotion of Christians of every denomination. : [Two lines of quotations] Baltimore: : Published by Abner Neal, no. 174, Market Street. John D. Toy, print., 1817. Maryland 1817
  The New-York reader, no. 2: : being, selections in prose and poetry, for the use of schools. New-York: : Printed and sold by Samuel Wood & Sons, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1817. New York (State) 1817
  The ready reckoner, for the use of dealers in timber and others. = Comptes faits servant aux commercants en bois aux mesureurs &c. Burlington [Vt.]: : Printed by Samuel Mills., 1817. Price: 50 cents single--5 dollars per dozen. Vermont 1817
  The Riddle book. : For the entertainment of all young masters and misses. : Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] : Sidney's Press. New-Haven., 1817. Connecticut 1817
  The Stolen letter. [Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph Binns, 1817] Pennsylvania 1817
  The Story of Little Jane. New-York: : Published by T.B. Jansen, bookseller, no. 11 Chatham-Street., 1817. New York (State) 1817
  Theatre. : On Friday evening, May 9, 1817, will be presented ... the new comedy of Exit by mistake ... To which will be added, the grand melo dramatic romance of The woodman's hut. ... [New York : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
  Theatre. : On Friday evening, Sept. 19, 1817, will be presented, the drama of Abaellino the great bandit. ... To which will be added the musical farce of The spoil'd child ... [New York : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
  Theatre. : On Saturday evening, Sept. 20, 1817, will be presented, the comedy of The stranger. ... To which will be added ... the romantic melo drama of The bold bucaniers, or The discovery of Robinson Crusoe. ... [New York : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
  Theatre. : On Thursday evening, Oct. 16, will be presented, the comedy of Wild oats. ... To which will be added ... the melo drama of The inn-keeper's daughter. With new scenery and decorations. Written by George Soane, Esq. ... [New York : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
  Theatre. : On Wednesday evening, April 9, will be presented, (for the 1st time in America) the new comedy of The guardians; or The faro table. Written by the late J. Tobin, Esq. ... After which, will be presented ... the new grand melo dramatic romance, in 2 acts ... of The ninth statue, or The palace of fire and water ... [New York : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
  Theatre. : On Wednesday evening, May 21, will be presented, the comedy of School for scandal ... To which will be added, the farce of Killing no murder ... [New York : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
  Theatre. : Second night of Miss Johnson's engagement. On Friday evening, April 18, 1817, will be presented, the comedy of The will, or School for daughters. ... To which will be added, the musical farce of The adopted child. ... [New York : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
  Theatre. : The public is respectfully informed, that Mr. West's company and beautiful horses are engaged for a few nights ... On Wednesday evening, Jan. 22, will be presented, the comedy of The busy body. ... To which will be added, the grand dramatic spectacle, of Timour the Tartar. ... [New York : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
  Theatre. First night of Manuel. : On Monday evening, June 2, will be presented ... the tragedy of Manuel. Written by R.C. Maturin, Esq. ... To which will be added, the musical farce of Love laughs at locksmiths. ... [New York : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
  Theatre. First night of The apostate. : On Monday evening, Sept. 22, 1817, will be presented ... the tragedy of The apostate. Written by R. Shiel [i.e., Sheil] Esq. ... To which will be added the musical farce of The sprigs of laurel ... [New York : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
  Theatre. First night of The watch word. : On Wednesday evening, May 14, 1817, will be presented, the comedy of A cure for the heart-ache. ... To which will be added ... the new melo drama, of The watch word or Quito gate. Written by J. Poole, Esq. ... [New York : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
  Theatre. For the benefit of Mr. Campbell, the clown ... : On Wednesday evening, Feb. 19, will be presented, the entertainment, of Raising the wind ... Between the play and entertainment Mr. Williams will ... go through his elegant performances on the tight rope. ... The evening's entertainments to conclude with the grand operatical romance of Lodoiska. ... [New York : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
  Theatre. Last night of Mr. Cooper's engagement. : On Friday evening, April 4, will be presented ... the tragedy of King Lear and his three daughters. ... To which will be added, the musical farce of Lock & key. ... [New York : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
  Theatre. Last night of Mr. Cooper's engagement. : On Saturday evening, Jan. 11, 1817, will be presented, the tragedy of The robbers ... To which will be added, the grand melo drama, in 2 acts, of Aladdin; or, The wonderful lamp ... [New York : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
  Theatre. Last week of performance. Mr. Banckers's benefit. : On Wednesday evening, July 2, 1817, will be presented ... the play of The iron chest. ... The evening's entertainments to conclude with the grand cabalistic romantic melo drama, in 3 acts, of The wood daemon, or, The clock has struck ... [New York : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
  Theatre. Miss Johnson's benefit. : On Monday evening, Jan. 20, 1817, will be presented, the comedy of The belle's stratagem. ... To which will be added, the musical farce of Rosina; or The reapers ... [New York : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
  Theatre. Mr. Incledon's 2d appearance in America : On Tuesday evening, Oct. 21, 1817, will be presented, the musical entertainment of The waterman. ... To which will be added, the farce of What's next? ... The whole to conclude with the musical afterpiece of The Quaker ... [New York : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
  Theatre. Mr. Jones's benefit. : On Monday evening, June 23, 1817, will be presented, the tragedy, of Douglas ... To which will be added, the harlequinade of Harlequin fisherman, or The genii of the lake. ... The whole to conclude with the musical farce of The highland reel. ... [New York : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
  Theatre. Mr. Pritchard's benefit. : On Friday evening, June 20, 1817, will be presented, the melo dramatic romance of The hero of the North ... To which will be added, the melo dramatic romance of The lady of the lake ... [New York : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
  Theatre. Second night of The inn-keeper's daughter. : On Tuesday evening, Sept. 30, 1817, will be presented, the comedy of The rivals, or A trip to Bath. ... To which will be added ... the melo drama of The inn-keeper's daughter. With new scenery and decorations. Written by George Soane, Esq. ... [New York : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
  Theatre. The public is respectfully informed that Mr. Philipps ... is re-engaged for a few nights ... : On Friday evening, Dec. 5, will be presented, the operatic melo dramatic romance of The devil's bridge. ... To which will be added, the farce of Fortune's frolic ... [New York : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
  Theatre. Third night of The broken sword. : On Friday evening, May 2, 1817, will be presented, the new operatic drama, in 3 acts, of Frederick the Great. ... After which, will be presented ... the grand melo drama of The broken sword. Written by W. Dimond, Esq. ... [New York : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
  This is the day of the general election. : Upon the votes of this day depend, whether good old Pennsylvania, shall be governed by the principles and men of Democracy, or delivered over to be governed by the principles of Federalism ... William Findlay is the candidate of the Democratic Party. Joseph Heister [i.e, Hiester] is the candidate of faction and Federalism. ... [Pennsylvania : s.n., 1817] Pennsylvania 1817
  To the citizens of York congressional district. : You are again called upon to elect some person to represent you in the Congress of the United States. The Hon. Cyrus King has been twice elected by the citizens of this district. As Republicans it is your duty to enquire whether he has been faithful to your interests ... [Portland, Me.? : s.n., 1817] Maine 1817
  To the electors of the fourth congressional district. : Two candidates nominated by the Republicans, are offered for Congress--It is important that we make a wise selection between them. ... [Poughkeepsie, N.Y.? : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
  To the patrons of the Ladies' literary museum. : The New-Year. Philadelphia, Thursday, January 1, 1818. [Philadelphia : Printed by H.C. Lewis, 1817] Pennsylvania 1817
  Trinity Church. Order of music for Christmas day, December 25th, 1817. [Boston : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
  Warrock's Virginia pocket almanack and farmer's companion, for the year of our Lord 1818 ... / Adapted to the latitude and meridian of Richmond, by David Richardson of Louisa County, Virginia. ; [Four lines of verse] Richmond: : Printed by John Warrock, street leading to Colonel Mayo's bridge. For Frederick A. Mayo, and sold at his book-store., 1817. Virginia 1817
  We, the subscribers, impressed with the embarrassments, by which Dartmouth College is at present afflicted, : particularly through the temporary alienation of its funds ... hereby engage to do what is in our power ... to raise monies for the purpose specified ... [Hanover, N.H. : s.n., 1817] New Hampshire 1817
G. Charter's Circulating Library. A catalogue of books in G. Charter's Circulating Library. New-York: : Printed by Van Winkle, Wiley, & Co., 1817. New York (State) 1817
General Association of New Hampshire. Extracts from the proceedings of the General Association of New-Hampshire, at their session in Concord, Sept. 17, 1816. Concord [N.H.]: : Printed for the Association. George Hough, printer., Feb.--1817. New Hampshire 1817
General Association of New Hampshire. Minutes of the proceedings of the General Association of New-Hampshire, at Exeter, Sept. 16, 1817. Concord [N.H.]: : Printed by George Hough., 1817. New Hampshire 1817
Grandriver Baptist Association (Ohio) Minutes of the Grandriver Baptist Association, holden at Genave, in the county of Ashtabula, Ohio, October 15th and 16th, 1817. New-Lisbon [Ohio]: : Printed by Wm. D. Lepper, for the Association., 1817. Ohio 1817
Gregory, Justus, 1759-1836. A narrative. [Albany : s.n., 1817?] New York (State) 1817
Hager, John. Elegy, written on the death of Morris Niles, : who was killed February 12th, 1817, in the town of Lebanon, Madison County: in the 23d year of his age. / By John Hager. [Cazenovia, N.Y.? : s.n., 1817] New York (State) 1817
Hall, Robert, 1764-1831. The work of the Holy Spirit. / By Robert Hall, A.M. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1817. Massachusetts 1817
Harris, Thaddeus Mason, 1768-1842. Hymns, written for the installation of Strafford Lodge, by the Rev. T.M. Harris. [Dover, N.H. : Printed by John Mann, 1817] New Hampshire 1817
Harvard University. Catalogue of the officers and students of Harvard University, Cambridge, October, 1817. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1817] Massachusetts 1817
Harvard University. Order of performances for exhibition, : April 29, 1817. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1817] Massachusetts 1817
Harvard University. University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. : Order of exercises for commencement, XXVII. August. MDCCCXVII. Cambridge [Mass.]: : University Press--Hilliard & Metcalf., 1817. Massachusetts 1817
Harvard University. University in Cambridge. Order of exercises for exhibition, October 28, 1817. Cambridge [Mass.]: : Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf., 1817. Massachusetts 1817
Harvard University. University in Cambridge. Order of performances for exhibition, August 21, 1817. Cambridge [Mass.]: : Hilliard and Metcalf., 1817. Massachusetts 1817
Hoyle, Edmond, 1672-1769. Hoyle's games improved; : containing whist, piquet, quadrille, lansquenet, pharo, rouge-et-noir, cribbage, matrimony, cassino, put, all fours, speculation, draughts, hazard, billiards, brag, cricket, tennis, back gammon, & chess. : To the above are added all the modern improvements, and rules admitted by the first players. New-York: : Printed by G. & R. Waite, no. 54, Maiden-Lane., 1817. New York (State) 1817
Kirk & Mercein. Kirk & Mercein, no. 22, Wall-Street, are preparing for the press, and will speedily publish, a new and valuable work, to be entitled A geographical and statistical view of the United States of America ... together with a geographical and statistical view of South America; to which will be added, The emigrant's travelling companion, to the western country. : The whole to be embellished with two elegant original maps ... projected and engraved expressly for the work, by William Darby ... [New York : Kirk & Mercein, 1817?] New York (State) 1817
Lafoy, John B. M. D. The complete coiffeur; or, An essay on the art of adorning natural, and creating artificial, beauty. : (Ornamented with plates.) / By J.B.M.D. Lafoy, ladies' hair-dresser. ; [Six lines of verse] New-York: : Stereotyped for the proprieters, and sold by all the principal booksellers., 1817. New York (State) 1817
Late letter from a solicitous mother to her only son. A Letter from a solicitous mother to her only son. : Both of New England. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1817. Massachusetts 1817
Little, William. Reading made easy: or, A new guide to spelling & reading. : In four parts. 1. Containing various alphabets, and nearly two hundred spelling and reading lessons by regular gradations, from the most easy to the difficult, and in which the words are divided and accented according to the purest pronunciation. 2d. A vocabulary of words nearly alike in sound but different in spelling and signification. 3d. Lessons in reading and reciting. 4. Outlines of geography; a sketch of grammar; abbreviations; arithmetical tables; and prayers for the use of schools. : The whole rendered pleasing and impressive by neat and appropriate cuts. / By William Little. New-York: : Published by Daniel D. Arden, no. 10 Wall-Street. Jansen & Chevee, printers., 1817. New York (State) 1817
Luther, Martin, 1483-1546. Der kleine Catechismus des seligen Dr. Martin Luthers. : Nebst den gewöhnlichen Morgen- Tisch- und Abend-Gebeten. Welchem die Ordnung des Heils, in einem Liede, in kurzen Sätzen, in Frag und Antwort, und in einer Tabelle; wie auch eine Zergliederung des Catechismus, das Würtembürgische kurze Kinder-Examen, die Conformation und Beichte beygefüget; und etliche Lieder, Freylinghausens Ordnung des Heils, das Güldene A, B, C, der Kinder, und die sieben Buss-Psalmen, angehänget sind. : Zum Gebrauch der Jungen und Alten. Pittsburgh, : Herausgegebn bey Cramer, Spear und Eichbaum, Fränklin Kopf Buchstohr, in der Markt, zwischen der Front und Zweyten Strasse. Gedruckt bey Robert Ferguson, und Co., [1817?] Pennsylvania 1817
M. Carey & Son. Just published by M. Carey and Son, : and for sale at their store, corner of Chesnut and Fourth Streets ... Reports of cases, argued and determined in the Court of King's Bench ... [Philadelphia : Published by M. Carey & Son., 1817] Pennsylvania 1817
M. Carey & Son. Just published by M. Carey and Son, : and for sale at their store, corner of Chesnut and Fourth Streets, and by M. Thomas, no. 52, Chesnut-Street ... Reports of cases, argued and determined in the Court of King's Bench ... [Philadelphia : Published by M. Carey & Son, 1817] Pennsylvania 1817
M. Carey & Son. Philadelphia, July 1, 1817. : List of new works, and of new editions, published in the months of May & June, 1817; and for sale by M. Carey & Son, corner of Fourth and Chesnut-Streets. [Philadelphia : Printed by M. Carey & Son, 1817] Pennsylvania 1817
Massachusetts Peace Society. Constitution of the Massachusetts Peace Society. [Boston : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
Massachusetts Society for Promoting Agriculture. Objects of inquiry and remark. [Boston : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
Massachusetts State Prison. Abstract of the number of convicts in the Massachusetts State Prison, : the manner of employing them, and the receipts and expenditures of the institution, during the year ending September 30, 1817. [Charlestown, Mass. : Printed by Samuel Etheridge?, 1817] Massachusetts 1817
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. Rules and orders to be observed in the House of Representatives, of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, for the year 1817. : Published by order of the House. Boston: : Printed by Russell, Cutler and Co. for B. Russell, printer to the state., 1817. Massachusetts 1817
Massachusetts. Land Office. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. : Report of the commissioners of the Land Office. [Boston : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
Massachusetts. Militia. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Head quarters, Boston, 10th May, 1817. General orders. : Major General Crane will give the necessary orders for furnishing the customary escort for the government on the 28th instant, it being the day of general election ... [Boston : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
Massachusetts. Militia. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Head-quarters, Boston, 7th June, 1817. General orders. : The commander in chief having received information that the president of the United States is on his way to this commonwealth, is desirous to shew him all that attention and respect that is due ... [Boston : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
Massachusetts. Militia. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Head-quarters, Boston, November 3d, 1817. General orders. : A court of inquiry, of which Brig. Gen. Simon Coburn is appointed president; will assemble at the house of Mr. Crocker, innholder, in the town of Hanover ... to examine into the grounds of a complaint exhibited against Colonel John B. Barstow ... [Boston : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
Massachusetts. Militia. Carlisle Infantry. Constitution of the Carlisle Infantry. [Boston : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
Massachusetts. Militia. Division, 1st. Head-quarters, First Div. Canton, Nov. 29th, 1817. Division orders. : A division court martial is hereby ordered to be holden ... for the trial of Captain Ezra Thayer, and Lieutenant Samuel Thayer ... for unmilitary conduct, disobedience of orders and neglect of duty ... [Boston : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
Massachusetts. Militia. Division, 1st. Brigade, 3rd. Brigade orders. Boston, April 12, 1817. : In obedience to division orders of the 1st January last, the colonels of the 1st. 2d. and 3d. Regiments ... will cause the vacancies of captains and subalterns, which now exist, in their respective commands ... to be filled, on Tuesday the 6th of May next, (inspection day) and returns made. ... [Boston : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court. Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. : Vol. XIII. : Containing the cases for the year 1816. / By Dudley Atkins Tyng, Esq. counsellor at law. Boston: : Published by Cummings and Hilliard, at the Boston Bookstore, no. 1, Cornhill. University Press--Hilliard and Metcalf., 1817. Massachusetts 1817
Mead, Joel K. Washington, January 13, 1817. : Sir, I have undertaken to compile, from new materials, a gazetteer, or alphabetical geography, of the United States. This is rendered necessary by the general demand for it, as well as the evident incorrectness of all works of the kind at present in circulation. ... [Washington, D.C. : Printed by Joel K. Mead, 1817] District of Columbia 1817
Michaux, François André, 1770-1855. The North American sylva, or A description of the forest trees, of the United States, Canada and Nova Scotia. : Considered particularly with respect to their use in the arts and their introduction into commerce; : to which is added a description of the most useful of the European forest trees. : Illustrated by 150 coloured engravings. / By F. Andrew Michaux, member of the American Philosophical Society of Philadelphia; of the Royal Agricultural Society, correspondent of the Institute of France, etc. ; [Two lines from Pliny the Younger] ; Vol. I[-III]. Philadelphia, : Sold by Thomas Dobson.--Solomon Conrad. ; Paris, : Printed by C. D'Hautel., 1817[-1819]. Pennsylvania 1817
Moravian Church. The Church litany of the United Brethren. Philadelphia: : Printed by Conrad Zentler, no. 104, North Second Street., 1817. Pennsylvania 1817
Mordente, John Emm. (John Emmanuel) A new, easy, and complete grammar of the Spanish language commercial and military; : with a copious vocabulary, dialogues, a correspondence, fables, and prose and poetical extracts from the best authors. / By John Emm. Mordente, teacher of the Spanish language. New-York: : Printed and published by George Long, no. 71 Pearl-Street., 1817. New York (State) 1817
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. The two wealthy farmers, or The history of Mr. Bragwell. [Philadelphia] : Published by the "Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church for the Advancement of Christianity in Pennsylvania." for the "Episcopal Female Tract Society of Philadelphia,", [before 1817?] Pennsylvania 1817
Mother Goose. Rhymes for children. New-York: : Published by Thomas B. Jansen, bookseller, no. 11 Chatham-street, opposite the City-Hall., 1817. New York (State) 1817
New England primer. The New England primer, improved: : for the more easy attaining the true reading of English : to which is added, the Assembly's Shorter catechism; : also, some short and easy questions for children. Philadelphia: : Printed for the booksellers., 1817. Pennsylvania 1817
New Hampshire. Laws of the state of New-Hampshire. : June session, 1817. [Exeter, N.H.? : Charles Norris?, 1817?] New Hampshire 1817
New Hampshire. Governor (1816-1819 : Plumer) State of New-Hampshire. By the governor. A proclamation, for a day of thanksgiving. : ... Thursday, the twenty-fifth day of December next ... Given at the Council chamber in Concord, this twenty-eighth day of October ... one thousand eight hundred and seventeen ... [Concord, N.H. : Printed by Isaac Hill, 1817] New Hampshire 1817
New Hampshire. Governor (1816-1819 : Plumer) State of New-Hampshire. By the governor. A proclamation, for a public fast. : ... Thursday, the third day of April next ... Given at the Council chamber in Concord, the thirteenth day of February ... one thousand eight hundred and seventeen ... [Concord, N.H. : Printed by Isaac Hill, 1817] New Hampshire 1817
New Orleans (La.) Extrait de l'ordonnance concernant la garde et la conservation du Pont du Bayou St. Jeau, : en date du 31 Juillet 1810. [New Orleans] : De l'imprimerie du Courrier de la Louisiane [printed by J.C. de St. Romes]., [1817] Louisiana 1817
New Orleans (La.). Office of the Mayor. City of New-Orleans. Mayoralty office. : On the favorable information given to us, of the good conduct and probity of [blank] we do permit him to keep, during the present year, one of the taverns [blank] established in this city, for the convenience of the public ... [New Orleans : s.n., not after 1817] Louisiana 1817
New York (N.Y.). Common Council. Report of the committee on the appointment of the superintendent of sweeps. : In Common Council, Dec. 22, 1817. New-York: : Printed by Thomas P. Low, no. 24 Catherine-Street., 1817. New York (State) 1817
New York (N.Y.). Common Council. Rules & orders of the Common Council of the city of New-York. : Passed May 19, 1817. [New York] : Thomas P. Low, printer, no. 24 Catherine-Street., [1817] New York (State) 1817
New York Bible Society. Eighth report of the board of managers of the New-York Bible Society: : Presented and read at the annual meeting of the Society, held the 2d December, 1817. New-York: : Printed by J. Seymour, no. 49 John-Street., 1817. New York (State) 1817
New York Religious Tract Society. The fifth annual report of the New-York Religious Tract Society. New-York: : Printed by J. Seymour, 49 John-Street., 1817. New York (State) 1817
New York Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. To the Quarterly, Monthly, and Preparative Meetings. [New York] : Printed by Collins & Co. no. 189, Pearl-Street, New-York., [1817] New York (State) 1817
Niles, Hezekiah, 1777-1839. Niles' weekly register. : (A new series commenced on the 1st of September, 1817. This presents the best possible opportunity for new subscribers to begin. The back volumes may be had as stated below.) [Baltimore : Hezekiah Niles, 1817] Maryland 1817
North Carolina Baptist Society for Foreign Missions. Minutes of the North Carolina Baptist Society for Foreign Missions, : convened at Campbell's Meeting-House, Orange County, March 15, 1817. Raleigh [N.C.]: : Printed by Joseph Gales,, 1817. North Carolina 1817
Northbend Association of Baptists (Ky.) Minutes of the Northbend Association of Baptists, 1817. [Kentucky : s.n., 1817] Kentucky 1817
Nugent, Thomas, 1700?-1772. The new pocket dictionary of the French and English languages. : In two parts, 1. French and English.--2. English and French. Containing all the words in general use, and authorized by the best writers: the general parts of speech--the genders of the French nouns--the accents of English words, for the use of foreigners--an alphabetical list of the most usual Christian and proper names, and of the most remarkable places in the known world. / By Thomas Nugent, LL.D. New York: : Published by George Long, no. 71 Pearl-Street., 1817. Price two dollars twenty-five cents. New York (State) 1817
Observer of good men. A plain poem, briefly describing the character and usefulness of the Rev. Ebenezer White, both as a Christian and Gospel-minister. : Who died on the 9th of May, 1813, in the 44th year of his age. : Together with some pious reflections on his dissolution, future state, and the loss sustained in his death. / By an observer of good men. ; [Three lines from Young] Cooperstown [N.Y.]: : Printed for Eleazer Whipple, by I.W. Clark., 1817. New York (State) 1817
Orange Bible Society. The sixth annual report of the board of managers of the Orange Bible Society, : read June 10, 1817. : Together with the constitution, as revised and corrected 1817; and a list of the subscribers' names. : Published by order of the society. Goshen [N.Y.]: : Printed by T. B. Crowell., 1817. New York (State) 1817
Parmele, Henry, approximately 1781-1821. Chronological chart, Masonic mirror, and diplomas in the different degrees of Masonry. : Henry Parmele presents his thanks to his patrons in Quebec, Montreal, and the province of Upper Canada, for their recommendations of the above mentioned works; at the same time informing them, as well as his numerous subscribers in both provinces, that his first chronological chart is now going to the press, in the office of I.W. Clark, editor of the Albany register: and that the others will be published as soon as the engravings can be executed, and the necessary information collected and arranged. ... [Albany : Printed by Packard & Van Benthuysen, between 1817 and 1819] New York (State) 1817
Perry, William, 1747-1808. The only sure guide to the English tongue, or, New pronouncing spelling book. : Upon the same plan as Perry's Royal standard English dictionary, now made use of in all the celebrated schools in Greatbritain and America. : To which is added, a large collection of moral tales and fables. : For the instruction of youth. : With an appendix ... / By William Perry, lecturer on the English Language, in the Academy of Edinburgh, and author of several valuable schoolbooks. [Worcester, Mass.] : Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts, for Isaiah Thomas, Jun. (Proprietor of the improvements, according to law.) Sold wholesale and retail by him at his bookstore in Boston, Newburyport, Portland & Newlondon, and by various oth-er boo Massachusetts 1817
Philadelphia Linnean Society. The act of incorporation, constitution, and bye-laws, of the Philadelphia Linnean Society. : Together with a list of the officers and members of the same. : Printed by order of the Society. (Vide Minutes, Jan. 2, 1817.) Philadelphia: : Printed by Thomas H. Palmer., 1817. Pennsylvania 1817
Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. Extracts from the minutes of our Yearly Meeting, held in Philadelphia, by adjournments, from the twenty-first of the fourth month, to the twenty-fifth of the same, inclusive, 1817. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1817] Pennsylvania 1817
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. An essay on man, / by Alexander Pope, Esq. ; To which are added, The universal prayer, and other valuable pieces, selected from his works. ; [One line from Pope] Philadelphia: : Printed and published by M'Carty and Davis, corner of Race and Ninth streets., 1817. Pennsylvania 1817
Porter, Jane, 1776-1850. Thaddeus of Warsaw. : Four volumes in two. Vol. I[-IV]. : [Four lines from Shakespeare] / By Miss Porter. Philadelphia: : Printed by David Dickinson, for the booksellers., 1817. Pennsylvania 1817
Prayer Book and Episcopal Tract Association for the Eastern Diocese. Report of the treasurer of the Prayer-Book and Episcopal Tract Association for the Eastern Diocese of the United States. ; [Six lines of quotation] Boston: : Published by order of the Association., 1817. Massachusetts 1817
Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Missions. The first report of the Board of Missions, : to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. For 1817. Philadelphia: : Printed by John W. Scott, no. 36 North Sixth Street., June 1817. Pennsylvania 1817
Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Synod of Pittsburgh. Extracts from the minutes of the late proceedings of the Synod of Pittsburgh and Western Missionary Society. October 10, 1817. [Pittsburgh] : Printed by Butler & Lambdin, Pittsburgh,, 1817. Pennsylvania 1817
Preston, Willard, 1785-1856. A sermon, preached before the Pacific Congregational Society, in Providence, R.I. March 9, 1817. : Also, in Brooklyn, Conn. August 24, 1817. / By Willard Preston, minister of the former society. Providence: : Printed by Miller & Hutchens., 1817. Rhode Island 1817
Princeton Theological Seminary. Fifth annual report of the board of directors of the Theological Seminary, to the General Asembly of the Presbyterian Church--read, May 21, 1817. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1817] Pennsylvania 1817
  A History of water birds. Woodstock [Vt.]: : Printed by David Watson, 1818. Vermont 1818
  A Poet's progress; : a true story. [New York] : Sold by the author. New-York:, 1818. New York (State) 1818
  A Selection of chants, : adapted to the morning and evening service, of the Protestant Episcopal Church. [Baltimore? : s.n., ca. 1818?] Maryland 1818
  A Stranger's offering to infant minds, : being a series of easy lessons on the Lord's Prayer. : From the third London edition. New-York: : Published by P.W. Gallaudet, at his Theological Book-store, no. 49 Fulton-Street., 1812 [i.e., 1818]. New York (State) 1818
  Address of the carrier of the Boston commercial gazette, to his friends and patrons. [Boston : Printed by Russell & Gardner, 1818] Massachusetts 1818
  Address of the carrier of the Boston weekly magazine, to his patrons on the commencement of the year 1819. [Boston : Printed by Henry Bowen, 1818] Massachusetts 1818
  Address of the carrier of the Patriot & chronicle, to his numerous and respectable patrons, on the commencement of the year 1819. [Boston : Printed by Ballard & Wright, 1818] Massachusetts 1818
  Address of the carriers of the Salem gazette, to its patrons, New Year's Day, 1819. [Salem, Mass. : Printed by Thomas C. Cushing, 1818] Massachusetts 1818
  Address to the patrons of the New-England galaxy & Masonic magazine. : January 1, 1819. [Boston : Published by Joseph T. Buckingham, 1818] Massachusetts 1818
  American Pharmacopœia. : (Extracted from the Medical repository.) [United States : s.n., 1818?] United States 1818
  An Adventure in Vermont; or The story of Mr. Anderson. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
  An Affectionate address to young Christians. Andover [Mass]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
  An Easy method of learning the elements of the French pronunciation, in a few lessons. Cambridge [Mass.]: : Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
  Arithmetical tables; : for the use of schools. Chillicothe [Ohio]: : Printed by John Andrews., 1818. Ohio 1818
  Banks of Schuylkill. : Lochinvar. The Toast, or Here's to the maiden of bashful fifteen. Bright Phœbus. : To which is added, The Land of potatoe's O. [United States : s.n.], Printed in the year, 1818. United States 1818
  Cases decided in the courts of Common Pleas, in the Fifth Circuit of the state of Ohio: commencing with May term, 1816. [Steubenville, Ohio : James Wilson, 1818] Ohio 1818
  Catalogue of books belonging to the Brothers', Linonian, & Moral Libraries. Yale College, January 1818. : Published by order of the societies. New-Haven: : Printed by David Kimball., 1818. Connecticut 1818
  Childhood. New-York: : Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 261, Pearl-Street; and Samuel S. Wood & Co. no. 212, Market-Street, Baltimore., [between 1818 and 1824?] New York (State) 1818
  D.O.M. : "Man that is born of a woman he comes up like a hoppergass [sic], and is cut down like a sparrowgrass." ... [Newport, R.I. : s.n., 1818] Rhode Island 1818
  Documents in support of the claim of Captain Giles Kellogg, and a company of volunteers under his command. : Novemrer [i.e., November] 24, 1818. Printed by order of the House or [i.e., of] Representatives. [Washington, D.C. : Edward De Krafft, 1818] District of Columbia 1818
  Economy and cheapness. : The public are respectfully presented with two new compositions or coatings for buildings ... [United States : s.n., between 1818 and 1821] United States 1818
  Etliche Fragen, Antworten und Wünsche des Herumträgers des Readinger Adlers, an seine Kunden, : bey dem Eintritt des Jahrs 1819. [Reading, Pa. : Gedruckt bey Johann Ritter und Comp., 1818] Pennsylvania 1818
  Family record. : Joseph Symonds born Groton, Mass. Sept. 25, 1771. ... [New Hampshire : s.n., not before 1818] New Hampshire 1818
  Gold-Tinctur. : Diese unvergleichliche Tinctur kann fast in allen Krankheiten, bei jungen und erwachsenen Personen, beiderlei Geschlechts, als ein sicheres Mittel gebraucht werden ... [Philadelphia : s.n., between 1818 and 1830] Pennsylvania 1818
  Hoch-deutsches reformirtes A B C- und Namen Büchlein : für Kinder welche anfangen zu lernen. Philadelphia: : Gedruckt bey Conrad Zentler, für Daniel Bräutigam, no. 194, in der Zweyten Strasse, oberhalb der Wein-Strasse., 1818. Pennsylvania 1818
  Hoch-Deutsches reformirtes A B C- und Namen-Büchlein, : für Kinder welche anfangen zu lernen. Philadelphia, : Verlegt von M'Carty und Davis. Gedruckt bey Johann Ritter u. Comp. in Reading., 1818. Pennsylvania 1818
  Hostetter und Mitschell. : Jacob Hostetter hat diesem Caunty als ein Mitglied der Assembly gedient ... [York, Pa.? : s.n., 1818] Pennsylvania 1818
  In Legislature, Jan. 27, 1818. : Documents accompanying the Governor's speech at the opening of the session. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Infancy. New-York: : Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 261, Pearl-Street, and Samuel S. Wood & Co. no. 212, Market-St. Baltimore., 1818. New York (State) 1818
  Inhabitants of the world, : alphabetically arranged. New York: : Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 261 Pearl-Street., [between 1818 and 1836?] New York (State) 1818
  Innholders and retailers. Abstract of the laws for the regulation of licensed houses, &c. : Published by order of the Court of Sessions of the County of Essex ... [Salem, Mass.? : s.n., 1818?] Massachusetts 1818
  Introduction to the English reader: or, A selection of pieces, in prose and poetry; : calculated to improve the younger class of learners in reading; and to imbue their minds with the love of virtue. : To which are added, rules and observations for assisting children to read with propriety. / By Lindley Murray, author of an English grammar, &c. &c. Doylestown [Pa.]: : Published by Asher Miner., 1818. Pennsylvania 1818
  Juvenile history of birds. Part I. : [Two lines of verse] Philadelphia: : Published by E. and R. Parker, no. 178, Market Street. J.R.A. Skerrett, printer., 1818. Pennsylvania 1818
  Key to the Chinese puzzle, : a philosophical amusement. [New York] : Printed for and published by A.T. Goodrich & Co. no. 124 Broadway, opposite the City Hotel, New-York. Copy-right secured., 1818. New York (State) 1818
  Lectures on geology. By John Finch, F.B.S. author of several geological essays. [Boston : Printed by Wells & Lilly, 1818] Massachusetts 1818
  Lines on the death of Miss Mary Gardner, : who was drowned in Pawtuxet River [i.e., Pawtucket River, Providence, R.I.], September, 1818. [Providence : s.n., 1818] Rhode Island 1818
  List of rateable estate, for 1818. [New Haven? : s.n., 1818] Connecticut 1818
  Maynard & Noyes' ink powder. [Boston : s.n., between 1818 and 1823] Massachusetts 1818
  Miniature almanack for the year of our Lord 1819. : The third after leap-year. Calculated for New-York. ... New-York: : Published and sold wholesale and retail by Dodge and Sayre, near Broadway, Wall-Street., [1818] New York (State) 1818
  Moral and instructive tales for the amusement of children of both sexes. : Ornamented with appropriate engravings. Philadelphia: ; Published by E. & R. Parker, no. 178, Market Street. J.R.A. Skerrett, printer., 1818. Pennsylvania 1818
  Moses found in the bulrushes. [Philadelphia? : s.n., 1818?] Pennsylvania 1818
  My father. : A poem for children. New York: : Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 261, Pearl Street., [1818?]. New York (State) 1818
  My father. : A poem for children. New York: : Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 261, Pearl Street., [between 1818 and 1824?] New York (State) 1818
  My governess. : A poem illustrated with engravings. Philadelphia, : Published and sold by W. Charles. Price plain 12 1/2 cents, coloured 18 1/4 cents., 1818. Pennsylvania 1818
  Narrative of Temperance Pascoe. [Philadelphia] : Published by "The Religious Tract Society of Philadelphia," and for sale at their depository, no. 8, South Front-Street., [1818?] Pennsylvania 1818
  New-year's address of the carriers of the New-England palladium, to its patrons. [Boston : Printed by Young and Minns, 1818] Massachusetts 1818
  Obituary notice. Died at Quincy, the 28th October, 1818, Mrs. Abigail Adams, : consort of the Hon. John Adams, late President of the United States. [United States : s.n., 1818] United States 1818
  Order of performances at the ordination of Mr. John Gorham Palfrey to the pastoral care of the Church in Brattle Square, Boston, on Wednesday, June 17th, 1818. [Boston : s.n., 1818] Massachusetts 1818
  Order of religious service, at the ordination of Mr. Francis W.P. Greenwood, : as pastor of the New South Church and Society, Boston. [Boston] : Parmenter and Norton....printers, [1818] Massachusetts 1818
  Ordination of Messrs. Pliny Fisk, Levi Spaulding, Miron Winslow, and Henry Woodward, : missionaries to the heathen. Salem, Nov. 4, 1818. [Salem, Mass. : s.n., 1818] Massachusetts 1818
  Poems, or The alphabet in verse; : designed for the entertainment of all good boys and girls. : Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] : Sidney's Press. New-Haven,, 1818. Connecticut 1818
  Positively the last night of Mr. Vilalliave's company, at Hathaway's Hall, on Monday evening next, the 17th of August, 1818. : The performance will commence by the tight rope ... [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1818] Massachusetts 1818
  Proposals for publishing by subscription, a work, in two parts, entitled An abridgment of law, with practical forms. By Cyrus Alden, Esq. counsellor at law, Boston, Massachusetts. [Boston : Printed by T.G. Bangs, 1818] Massachusetts 1818
  Questions adapted to the use of Morse's Geography carefully arranged for the use of Mrs. Wetmore's seminary for young ladies. Baltimore: : Printed by Schaeffer & Maund., 1818. Maryland 1818
  Reformation hymns, : for the use of all Christians, / selected and published by John Shilds, elder and minister of the New Testament. Columbus [Ohio]: : P.H. Olmsted printer., 1818. Ohio 1818
  Republican nomination. : Senators, Philetus Swift, and Nathaniel Garrow. Assemblyman. James M'Call. : Fellow-citizens--With such men as Swift, Garrow and a M'Call for our representatives ... we may soon expect to witness another triumph over the enemies of Republicanism ... [Bath, N.Y.? : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Riley's flute melodies. : First volume. : A collection of songs, airs, waltzes, cotilions, dances, marches, &c. &c. arranged for the German flute, violin and patent flageolet. : No. [blank] 50 cents. : Conditions. Each number to contain 16 pages of music--price 50 cents a number; six numbers to complete a volume. With the last number an engraved title page will be given, and the volume bound gratis to subscribers. New-York: : Engraved, printed and sold by the editor, no. 29 Chatham-Street., [1818?] New York (State) 1818
  Spring. New York: : Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 261, Pearl-Street, and Samuel S. Wood & Co. no. 212, Market-St. Baltimore., 1818. New York (State) 1818
  Statement of the amount of internal duties imposed by the United States : ... paid by each person in the 9th collection district of Ohio, during the year 1817. Newlisbon [i.e., New Lisbon, Ohio] : --Printed [by William d. Lepper] at the Office of the Ohio Patriot., [1818] Ohio 1818
  Statement of the amounts of internal duties imposed by the United States : ... paid by each person in the eleventh collection district of Massachusetts, during the year 1817. [Boston : s.n., 1818] Massachusetts 1818
  Statement of the amounts of internal duties imposed by the United States : ... paid by each person in the thirteenth collection district of Massachusetts, during the year 1817. [Massachusetts : s.n., 1818] Massachusetts 1818
  The Beauties of Dilworth, and other selections. New-York: : Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 261, Pearl-Street, and Samuel S. Wood & Co. no. 212, Market-Street, Baltimore., 1818. New York (State) 1818
  The Black prince; : a true story. [Philadelphia? : Printed by Benjamin Johnson?, 1818?] Pennsylvania 1818
  The Book of riddles. New-York: : Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 261, Pearl-Street; and Samuel S. Wood & Co. no. 212, Market-St. Baltimore., [between 1818 and 1824] New York (State) 1818
  The Book of riddles. New-York: : Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 261, Pearl-Street; and Samuel S. Wood & Co. no. 212, Market-St. Baltimore., [between 1818 and 1824] New York (State) 1818
  The Carrier of the Columbian centinel, presents to its numerous patrons the compliments of the season ... : On this occasion while he humbly asks for something, he has something to give, and as a quid pro quo, he has tried his hand in the following Hudibras-tick, Pindar-ick, Walter Scott-ick, Byron-ick, Pope-ish, Swift-ish, printer's devil-ish ode:-- [Boston : Published by Benjamin Russell, 1818] Massachusetts 1818
  The Child's birth-day; History of Samuel Daniell; and Little Nancy. Philadelphia: : Published by the Sunday and Adult School Union. Clark & Raser, printers., 1818. Pennsylvania 1818
  The Chinese puzzle : a new and fashionable amusement. [New York] : Printed for and publishe[d by] A.T. Goodrich & Co. no. 124 Broadway, opposite the City H[otel, New-York]. Copy-right secured., 1818. New York (State) 1818
  The Cries of London. New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood & Sons, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 261 Pearl-Street., [between 1818 and 1824?] New York (State) 1818
  The Easy instructor; or, A new method of teaching sacred harmony. : Containing, I. The rudiments of music on an improved plan, wherein the naming and timing of notes are familiarized to the weakest capacity II. A choice collection of psalm tunes and anthems, from the most celebrated authors, with a number composed in Europe and America, entirely new; suited to all the metres sung in the different churches in the United States. : Published for the use of singing societies in general, but more particularly for those who have not the advantage of an instructor. / By William Little and William Smith. ; The music types used in printing this book are secured to the proprietors by patent right. Utica: : Printed by William Williams, No. 60, Genesee Street,, 1818. New York (State) 1818
  The English reader; or, Pieces in prose and poetry, selected from the best writers. : Designed to assist young persons to read with propriety and effect; to improve their language and sentiments; and to inculcate some of the most important principles of piety and virtue ; with a few preliminary observations on the principles of good reading. / By Lindley Murray. Author of an English grammar, &c. ; Stereotyped by B. and J. Collins, New-York. Haverhill, (Ms.) [Mass.] : Printed and published by N. Burrill, and sold at his bookstore., [between 1818 and 1824?] Massachusetts 1818
  The History of birds. : [Two lines from Genesis] New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood & Sons, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 261, Pearl-Street., 1818. New York (State) 1818
  The History of insects. : [Two lines from Genesis] New-York: : Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 261, Pearl-Street, and Samuel S. Wood & Co. no. 212, Market-st. Baltimore., 1818. New York (State) 1818
  The History of Tommy Trip, and his dog Jowler, and of birds & beasts. : Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] : Sidney's Press. New-Haven,, 1818. Connecticut 1818
  The History of Tommy Two-Shoes, own brother to Mrs. Margery Two-Shoes. : Embellished with cuts. Hartford: : Published by J. & W. Russell., [1818?] Connecticut 1818
  The Manual exercise, arranged for the Governor's Guard; from the rules and regulations of the United States' Infantry. New-York: : Printed by Alexander Ming, 86 Front-Street., 1818. New York (State) 1818
  The Monstrous sea serpent's visit to Cape-Ann again [Boston : s.n., 1818] Massachusetts 1818
  The Poacher's daughter. Philadelphia: : Published by the Sunday and Adult School Union. Clark & Raser, printers., 1818. Pennsylvania 1818
  The Psalms and hymns, with the catechism, confession of faith, and liturgy of the Reformed Dutch Church in North America. / Selected at the request of the General Synod. By John H. Livingston, D.D. S.T.P. ; [Four lines from Colossians] New-York: : Published by W.B. Gilley, 92 Broadway. S. Marks, printer., 1818. New York (State) 1818
  The Psalms and hymns, with the catechism, confession of faith, and liturgy of the Reformed Dutch Church in North America. / Selected at the request of the General Synod. By John H. Livingston, D.D., S.T.P. ; [Four lines from Colossians] New-York: : Published by James Eastburn & Co. at the literary rooms, corner of Broadway and Pine Street. S. Marks, printer., 1818. New York (State) 1818
  The Repentance and happy death of the celebrated Earl of Rochester. [New York] : Published by the New-York Religious Tract Society. D. Fanshaw, printer, Slote-Lane. Sold by P.W. Gallaudet, agent for the Society, at his theological book-store, no. 201 Water-Street., (May, 1818.--5000.) New York (State) 1818
  The Repentance and happy death of the celebrated Earl of Rochester. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
  The Union spelling book, : being a new and grammatical arrangement of words, divided and accented, with a view to facilitate a correct pronunciation, as laid down in Walker's dictionary; : comprising the spelling lessons used in the public schools, as established agreeably to an act of Assembly; likewise in other respectable seminaries. : Together with ... a greater variety of useful, instructive, and entertaining information, than is to be found in any book of the size. : The whole intended to smooth the path to knowledge. Philadelphia: : Published by J.D. Weston, 7, Pear Street., 1818. Pennsylvania 1818
  The Universal dream dictionary; : showing the signification of all manner of dreams, alphabetically arranged. New-York: : Published by E. Duyckinck, no. 68 Water-Street. N. Van Riper, printer., 1818. New York (State) 1818
  The Warning voice. Philadelphia: : Published by "The Religious Tract Society of Philadelphia," and for sale at their depository, no. 8, South Front Street. William Bradford--agent., 1818. Pennsylvania 1818
  The whistle. Or A collection of songs; sentimental and humorous. / Selected and composed by S. Jenks. Dedham [Mass.]: : H. & W.H. Mann, printers., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
  Theatre. : On Friday evening, Feb. 27, 1818, will be presented, the tragedy of Douglas ... To which will be added ... the interesting melo drama, in 3 acts, called Lowina of Tobolskoi; or The fatal snow storm. ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Theatre. : On Monday evening, April 13, 1818, will be presented, the favorite comedy of The poor gentleman ... To which will be added ... the new melo drama of The falls of Clyde. Written by T. Soane, Esq. [i.e., George Soane] ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Theatre. : On Monday evening, Jan. 5, 1818, will be presented, the tragedy of The apostate. ... To which will be added, the musical farce of My grandmother ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Theatre. : On Saturday evening, December 12, will be presented, the comedy of Speed the plough. ... To which will be added, the grand melo dramatic romance of The forty thieves ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Theatre. : On Saturday evening, Oct. 3, 1818, will be presented, the tragedy of The castle spectre. ... The evening's entertainment to conclude with the melo drama of The wood daemon, or The clock has struck ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Theatre. : On Tuesday evening, Nov. 3, 1818, will be presented, the comedy of The rivals, or A trip to Bath. ... To which will be added, the comic opera of John of Paris. ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Theatre. First night of Mr. Bartley's engagement. : On Thursday evening, Nov. 19, will be presented, the first part of Henry 4th. ... To which will be added, the musical farce of Lock & key ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Theatre. First night of Mr. Cooper's engagement. : On Monday evening, June 29, 1818, will be presented, the tragedy of Venice preserv'd or A plot discovered. ... To which will be added, the farce of The sleep walker. ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Theatre. First night of Mrs. Bartley's re-engagement. : On Saturday evening, December 5, will be presented, the comedy of The stranger. ... To which will be added, the musical farce of The review; or The wags of Windsor. ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Theatre. For the benefit of Mr. Simpson, his last appearance prior to his departure for Europe. : On Friday evening, April 3, 1818, will be presented, the comedy of All in the wrong ... To which will be added ... the new melo drama of The falls of the Clyde. Written by T. Soane, Esq. [i.e., George Soane] ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Theatre. For the benefit of Mr. Wallack. : On Wednesday evening, Nov. 4, will be presented ... the petit comedy of My aunt. Written by Samuel J. Arnold, Esq. ... After which, will be presented, the musical entertainment of The children in the wood. ... The evening's entertainments to conclude with the farce of Love a la mode. ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Theatre. For the benefit of Mrs. Bartley. : On Friday evening, Nov. 27, 1818, will be presented, the tragedy of Venice preserved. ... The evening's entertainments to conclude with the farce of The adopted child. ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Theatre. Last night but one of Mr. Cooper's engagement. : On Saturday evening, Jan. 10, 1818, will be presented ... the tragedy of King John. ... To which will be added, the musical farce of The devil to pay ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Theatre. Last night but three of Mrs. Bartley's engagement. : On Monday evening, December 14, will be presented ... the tragedy of Bellamira; or The fall of Tunis. Written by R. Shiel [i.e., Sheil], Esq. ... To which will be added, the musical entertainment of Turn out ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Theatre. Last night of Mr. Cooper's engagement. : On Friday evening, Oct. 2, 1818, will be presented, the tragedy of The revenge. ... The evening's entertainment to conclude with ... the entertainment of The critic, or A tragedy rehearsed. ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Theatre. Last week of Mr. Cooper's engagement. : On Monday evening, Sept. 28, will be presented, the comedy of The wheel of fortune. ... To which will be added ... the melo drama of The libertine. ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Theatre. Mr. Cooper's benefit. : On Wednesday evening, Jan. 14, 1818, will be presented, the tragedy of Julius Caesar. ... To which will be added ... the farce of The lyar ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Theatre. Second night of Mrs. Bartley's re-engagement. : On Monday evening, December 7, will be presented ... the tragedy of Fazio. Written by H. Millman [i.e., Milman], Esq. ... To which will be added, the melo drama of The miller & his men ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Theatre. The public is respectfully informed, that during the recess, the managers have spared neither pains or expense ... : On Tuesday evening, Sept. 1, 1818, will be presented, the comedy of The cure for the heart-ache. ... To which will be added, the musical farce of Turn out ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Theatre. The public is respectfully informed, that Mr. & Mrs. Bartley ... are engaged for a few nights. ... : On Wednesday evening, Nov. 18, will be presented, the tragedy of Isabella; or The fatal marriage. ... To which will be added, the farce of The prisoner at large. ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Theatre. The publick is respectfully informed, that Mr. Wallack is re-engaged for a few nights ... : On Thursday evening, Oct. 8, 1818, will be presented, the tragedy of Pizarro. ... To which will be added, the farce of High life below stairs. ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Theatre. Third night of Mrs. Bartley's engagement. : On Saturday evening, Nov. 21, 1818, will be presented, the tragedy of Adelgitha, or The fruits of a single error. ... To which will be added, the musical farce of The prize; or 2538. ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Theatre. Washington's birth-day. : The public is respectfully informed, that the front of the theatre will this evening, be brilliantly illuminated ... On Monday evening, Feb. 23, 1818, will be presented ... the tragedy of Gustavus Vasa, or The deliverer of his country. ... The evening's entertaints [sic] to conclude with ... the melo drama of The father and his children. ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
  Tight rope, and grand posturing feats, by Messrs. Vilalliave, Menial, Begodes ... : The above company respectfully acquaint the ladies and gentlemen of Worcester that, on their way to Albany, they will, by desire, give a few performances. ... [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1818] Massachusetts 1818
  Uncle Sam's address to the patrons of the Idiot. : On the commencement of the new year. [Boston : Printed by N. Coverly, 1818] Massachusetts 1818
  Wisdom in miniature; or, Choice lessons for infant minds. Chillicothe, Ohio, : Farnsworth & Spafford, printers, 1818. Ohio 1818
Gallaudet, T. H. (Thomas Hopkins), 1787-1851. Discourses on various points of Christian faith and practice; : most of which were delivered in the chapel of the Oratoire, in Paris, in the spring of M.DCCC.XVI. / By Thomas H. Gallaudet, principal of the Connecticut Asylum, in the United States of America, for the education of the deaf and dumb. New-York: : Published by P.W. Gallaudet, 49 Fulton-Street., 1818. New York (State) 1818
Gallitzin, Demetrius A. (Demetrius Augustine), 1770-1840. A defence of Catholic principles, : in a letter to a Protestant minister. / By Demetrius A. Gallitzin. Pittsburgh: : Printed by S. Eagles., 1816. [i.e., Carlow, Ireland? : Printed by Richard Price?, 1818?] Ireland 1818
Gardiner, John. Map of the northern part of Missouri territory. [cartographic material] / By John Gardiner chf. clk. Genl. Land Office. [United States : s.n., ca. 1818] United States 1818
Gilliland, James, 1769-1845. The universal caution: : a sermon, delivered in Chillicothe, October 15, 1818, at the opening of the Synod of Ohio. / By the Rev. James Gilliland, Pastor of Red Oak Church, Brown County, Ohio. Chillicothe [Ohio]: : Printed by John Andrews., 1818. Ohio 1818
Godfrey, Samuel E., 1782-1818. A sketch of the life of Samuel E. Godfrey, given by himself. : Together with an abstract of his trial, on an indictment for the murder of Thomas Hewlet, keeper of the Vermont State Prison. : Published at his request. : To which is subjoined, the sentence of death, as pronounced by the court; an affecting letter, written to his wife, soon after his conviction and sentence; with her answer;--and his valedictory address to the world, designed to be delivered at the gallows. Hanover [N.H.]: : Printed by David Watson, Jun., 1818. New Hampshire 1818
Godfrey, Samuel E., 1782-1818. Last words of Samuel E. Godfrey, : being his valedictory address to the world, designed to be delivered at the gallows. [Hanover, N.H.] : David Watson, printer, Hanover, N.H., [1818] New Hampshire 1818
Goldsmith, Joshua R. A golden treasure, for all classes of people. : Being reflections on various subjects. : To which is added elegiac stanzas, on the death of several persons in the town of Bern, &c. : Also pieces in prose and verse on different subjects. / By Joshua R. Goldsmith, philom. ; [Four lines from Watts] Schoharie [N.Y.]: : Printed by D. Van Veghten., 1818. New York (State) 1818
Grandriver Baptist Association (Ohio) Minutes of the Grandriver Baptist Association, held by appointment at Kingsville, in the county of Ashtabula, Ohio, September 9 and 10, 1818. New-Lisbon [Ohio]: : Printed by Wm. D. Lepper, for the Association., [1818] Ohio 1818
Hanover. An das Publikum. : Mitbürger, Eine schändliche Schmähschrift gegen Richter Hostetter ist vor einigen Abenden heimlicher Weise durchs Caunty ausgetheilt worden ... [York, Pa.? : s.n., 1818] Pennsylvania 1818
Harvard University. Catalogus senatus academici, eorum qui munera et officia gesserunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt in Universitate Harvardiana, Cantabrigiae, in republica Massachusettensi. Cantabrigiae [Cambridge, Mass.], : Ex Universitatis Typographeo, Hilliard et Metcalf typographis. MDCCCXVIII. Rerumpublicarum foederatarum Americae summae potestatis anno XLIII., [1818] Massachusetts 1818
Harvard University. Illustrissimo Johanni Brooks, armig. LL.D. gubernatori ... : Theses hasce ... Habita in comitiis Universitatis Cantabrigiæ, Massachusettensis, die Augusti XXVI. Anno Salutis MDCCCXVIII. ... [Cambridge, Mass.] : Typis academicis excudebant Hilliard et Metcalf., [1818] Massachusetts 1818
Harvard University. University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. : Order of exercises for commencement, XXVI. August, MDCCCXVIII. Cambridge [Mass.]: : University Press--Hilliard & Metcalf., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
Harvard University. University in Cambridge. : Order of performances for exhibition, October 20, 1818. Cambridge [Mass.]: : University Press--Hilliard & Metcalf., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
Harvard University. University in Cambridge. Order of performances for exhibition, April 28, 1818. Cambridge [Mass.]: : University Press--Hilliard & Metcalf., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
Harvard University. University in Cambridge. Order of performances for exhibition, August 20, 1818. Cambridge [Mass.]: : Hilliard and Metcalf., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
Harwinton Academy. Catalogue, of the Harwinton Academy. [Litchfield, Conn.] : Printed at the Journal Office, Litchfield [by I. Bunce]., [1818] Connecticut 1818
Hays, S. Stories, for little children. / By S. Hayes. Part II. New-York: : Printed and published by J. Robinson, 121 Water-Street., 1818. New York (State) 1818
Helffenstein, Albert, 1788-1869. Predigt, gehalten August den 16ten, 1818, bey der Einweihung der Gemeinschftlichen Reformirten und Lutherischen Kirche, in Toboin Tounschip, Schermans Thal, Cumberland County, Pennsylvanien. / Von Albert Helffenstein, Prediger zu Carlisle. Carlisle [Pa.]: : Gedruckt bey Johann M'Farland, die nächste Thüre zu dem Schild des Adelers in dem nördlichen Theil der Hannover-Strasse., 1818. Pennsylvania 1818
Herkimer Bible Society. The first annual report of the Herkimer Bible Society; : together with discourse delivered by their president, at the annual meeting, Feb. 10, 1818, and an address of their committee to the public. Herkimer [N.Y.] : Printed by Edward P. Seymour,, 1818. New York (State) 1818
Hervey, James, 1714-1758. The letters of the Rev. James Hervey, A.M. : Also, a particular account of the life, character, and writings of the author. Boston: : Printed and published by Thomas Badger, Jr., [1818] Massachusetts 1818
House that Jack built. The house that Jack built, : a diverting story for the entertainment of children. : Embellished with elegant cuts. New-York: : Published and sold wholesale and retail by Charles N. Baldwin, bookseller, no. 1 Chamber, corner of Chatham Street., 1818. New York (State) 1818
Howard Benevolent Society (Boston, Mass.) Howard Benevolent Society. Organized in Boston, June 1, 1812. Incorporated, February 16, 1818. : [Three lines from James] Boston: : Printed by Ezra Lincoln., [1818?] Massachusetts 1818
Howe & Spalding. The Christian spectator. : Howe & Spalding, New-Haven, propose publishing a religious periodical work, to be entitled the Christian spectator. [New Haven : Printed by Sherman Converse, 1818] Connecticut 1818
Jackson, James, 1777-1867. Boston, September 17th, 1818. : Sir, I have adopted a resolution ... to relinquish that branch of business, called obstetric. ... [Boston : s.n., 1818] Massachusetts 1818
Johnson, R. (Richard), 1733 or 1734-1793. The hermit of the forest, and the wandering infants. : A rural fragment. : Embellished with cuts. Hartford: : Printed for J. & W. Russell. (Stereotyped by J.F. & C. Starr), [1818?] Connecticut 1818
Juvenile Seminary (New York, N.Y.) Juvenile Seminary, no. 64, Church-St. J. Slocomb, principal. [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
Kirk & Mercein. Kirk & Mercein, publishers of the Edinburgh and Quarterly reviews, no. 22 Wall-Street--New-York, respectfully inform the public, that they have for sale a large assortment of books ... [New York : Kirk & Mercein, 1818] New York (State) 1818
Lehigh Navigation Company. Terms of subscription to the Lehigh Navigation Company. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1818] Pennsylvania 1818
Lewis, Henry C. For the author's benefit. : Proposal for publishing, by subscription, a volume of original poetry, entitled The lyre of love and harp of sorrow; or, Poems, odes, lays, sonnets, and songs, amorous and pathetic. By Henry C. Lewis, editor of the "Ladies' literary museum." [Philadelphia : Printed by H.C. Lewis, 1818] Pennsylvania 1818
Loring, James, 1770-1850. Musical works, for sale by James Loring, (wholesale or retail,) at his bookstore, no. 2, Cornhill--Boston. [Boston : Published by James Loring, 1818?] Massachusetts 1818
Lover of children. Juliet; or, The reward of filial affection. : A tale for youth. / By a lady. ; [Three lines of quotation] Philadelphia: : Published by E. and R. Parker, no. 178, Market Street. J.R.A. Skerrett, printer., 1818. Pennsylvania 1818
Lucius. To William C. Bouck, Esq. : Author of the handbill addressed to Hermanus Bouck, signed "A. Republican." [Schoharie, N.Y.? : s.n., ca. 1818?] New York (State) 1818
Maine Charity School. New theological seminary. [Bangor, Me.] : James Burton, Jun. printer, Bangor, (Me.), [1818] Maine 1818
Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association. Order of performances at the fourth triennial celebration of the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, : at the New North Meeting-House [Boston], on Thursday, December 17, 1818. [Boston : s.n., 1818] Massachusetts 1818
Massachusetts Peace Society. Boston, Dec. 1, 1818. : Sir, You are particularly requested to attend a meeting of the Massachusetts Peace Society, which will be held in the vestry of the Old South Meetinghouse, in Spring-Lane, on Tuesday, the 8th inst. at 6 o'clock, p.m. ... [Boston : s.n., 1818] Massachusetts 1818
Massachusetts Society for Promoting Agriculture. Cattle show, exhibition of manufactures, and ploughing match, at Brighton ... October, 1819. ... : The trustees of the Massachusetts Society for the Promotion of Agriculture ... offer the following premiums. ... [Boston] : Russell & Gardner, printers......Boston., [1818] Massachusetts 1818
Massachusetts State Prison. Abstract of the number of convicts in the Massachusetts State Prison, : the manner of employing them, together with the receipts and expenses of the institution, for the year ending September 30, 1818. [Charlestown, Mass. : Printed by Samuel Etheridge?, 1818] Massachusetts 1818
Massachusetts. General Court. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. : The committee of both houses, to whom, at the last session of the legislature, was referred the Report of the commissioners on the subject of the state prison, and other papers concerning that institution, have had the same under their consideration, and offer the following report ... [Boston : s.n., 1818?] Massachusetts 1818
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. List of the members of the House of Representatives, : one thousand eight hundred and eighteen. [Boston : Printed by Ballard & Wright, 1818] Massachusetts 1818
Massachusetts. General Court. Senate. Rules and orders to be observed in the Senate of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, for the year 1818. : Published by order of the Senate. Boston: : Printed by Russell, Cutler & Co. for B. Russell, printer to the state., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
Massachusetts. Militia. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. General orders. Head-quarters, Boston, Jan. 7, 1818. : The court of inquiry ... appointed by the orders of the 3d of November 1817, to inquire into the grounds of a complaint against Col. John B. Barstow ... is hereby dissolved. ... [Boston : s.n., 1818] Massachusetts 1818
Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court. Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. : Vol. VIII. : Containing the cases from September term, 1811, in Hampshire to March term, 1812, in Suffolk, inclusive. / By Dudley Atkins Tyng, Esq. counsellor at law. ; With a supplement. Exeter [N.H.]: : Printed for the proprietor by J.J. Williams., 1818. New Hampshire 1818
Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court. Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. : Vol. XIV. : Containing the cases for the year 1817. : With a supplement. / By Dudley Atkins Tyng, Esq. counsellor at law. Boston: : Published by Cummings and Hilliard, at the Boston Bookstore, no. 1, Cornhill. University Press--Hilliard and Metcalf., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court. Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Judicial Court, of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. : Vol. III. : Containing the cases from June, 1807, to the end of the year. / By Dudley Atkins Tyng, Esq. counsellor at law. ; With a supplement. Exeter [N.H.]: : Printed for the proprietor by Henry A. Ranlet., 1818. New Hampshire 1818
Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court. Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Judicial Court, of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. : Vol. IV. : Containing the cases for the year 1808. / By Dudley Atkins Tyng, Esq. counsellor at law. Exeter [N.H.]: : Printed for the proprietor by Henry A. Ranlet., 1818. New Hampshire 1818
Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court. Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Judicial Court, of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. : Vol. VII. : Containing the cases from September term, 1810, in Hampshire, to September term, 1811, in Berkshire, inclusive. / By Dudley Atkins Tyng, Esq. counsellor at law. Exeter [N.H.]: : Printed for the proprietor by Henry A. Ranlet., 1818. New Hampshire 1818
Masson, Charles François Philibert, 1762-1807. Elmina: or, The flower that never fades. : A tale for young people. : Ornamented with engravings. Albany: : Printed by E. & E. Hosford., 1818. New York (State) 1818
Mills, Joseph L. (Joseph Lewis), 1781-1841. Reflections on the departure of the fathers. : A discourse, delivered at Becket, Massachusetts, on the Sabbath subsequent to the interment of Mr. Aaron Baird, who departed this life, September 4th, 1817, in the 84th year of his age; : (and now published at the request of the mourners.) / By Joseph L. Mills, pastor of the Cong. church in that town. Stockbridge [Mass.], : Printed at the Berkshire Star Office., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. The History of Tom White, the postilion. Philadelphia: : Published by Benjamin Johnson, 31 Market Street. Dickinson, printer, 100 Race Street., 1818. Pennsylvania 1818
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. The shepherd of Salisbury Plain. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1818. Pennsylvania 1818
Mother Goose. Mother Goose's melody, or Sonnets for the cradle. Woodstock, Vt. : Printed by O. Farnsworth, 1818. Vermont 1818
Murray, Lindley, 1745-1826. Abridgment of Murray's English grammar, : with an appendix, containing exercises in orthography, in parsing, in syntax, and in punctuation. : Designed for the younger classes of learners, / by Lindley Murray. Pittsburgh, : Published by R. Patterson & Lambdin, Butler & Lambdin, printers., 1818. Pennsylvania 1818
New England primer. The New England primer; much improved. : Containing a variety of lessons, for attaining the true reading of English. Philadelphia : Printed and sold by John Bioren, no. 88, Chesnut Street., 1818. Pennsylvania 1818
New England primer. The New-England primer, improved, : for the more easy attaining the true reading of English. : Adorned with plates. : To which is added, the Assembly of Divines' catechism. Albany: : Printed by E. & E. Hosford, and sold wholesale and retail at their book-store, State-Street., 1818. New York (State) 1818
New England primer. The New-England primer, improved; or An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : To which is added, the Assembly's catechism. : Adorned with cuts. Greenfield [Mass.]: : Printed by Denio & Phelps. 1818. Sold wholesale and retail at their bookstore., [1818] Massachusetts 1818
New England primer. The New-England primer, or An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : To which is added, the catechism. Concord, N.H. : Published and sold by I. and W.R. Hill, at their book-store--, 1813 [i.e., 1818]. New Hampshire 1818
New Hampshire. Governor (1816-1819 : Plumer) State of New-Hampshire. By the governor, a proclamation, for a day of thanksgiving. : ... Thursday the thirty-first day of December next ... Given at the Council chamber in Concord, this third day of November ... one thousand eight hundred and eighteen ... [Concord, N.H. : Printed by Isaac Hill, 1818] New Hampshire 1818
New Jersey Baptist Association. Minutes of the New-Jersey Baptist Association, held in the meeting-house at New-Mills, on the 15th and 16th of September, 1818. [Salem, N.J.] : Printed by Isaac A. Kollock, Salem., [1818]. New Jersey 1818
New Jersey Bible Society. Eighth report of the board of managers of the New-Jersey Bible Society, read before the society at their annual meeting held at Burlington, on the twenty-sixth day of August, A.D. 1818. Trenton: : Printed by George Sherman., 1818. New Jersey 1818
New Jersey. A supplement to an act, entitled "An act establishing a militia system," passed February eighteenth, eighteen hundred and fifteen. Trenton: : Printed by Justice & Cox., 1818. New Jersey 1818
New York (N.Y.) City and county of New-York, ss. : The jurors of the people of the state of New-York, in and for the body of the city and county of New-York, upon their oath, present: That heretofore, to wit: [blank] And the jurors ... do further present: That [blank] late of the [blank] ward, in the city of New-York ... on the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and [blank] ... did open, set up, exercise and keep ... an office and place for registering the number and numbers of a ticket and tickets in the said lottery so authorised by law, as aforesaid, and especially for the registering of ticket number [blank] ... [New York : s.n., 1818 or 1819] New York (State) 1818
New York (N.Y.). Common Council. Names and places of abode of the members of the Common Council and of the officers who hold appointments under them, &c. &c. New-York: : Printed by Thomas P. Low, no. 24 Catherine-Street., 1818. New York (State) 1818
New York (N.Y.). Common Council. Report of the committee on applications to the legislature. : In Common Council, November 23, 1818--consideration postponed. [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (N.Y.). Common Council. Standing committees. : Appointed in Common Council, May 18, 1818. [New York : Printed by Thomas P. Low, 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Chancellor. In Assmbly [sic], Feb. 26, 1818. : Report of the Chancellor to the Honorable the Assembly, in compliance with their resolution of the 20th instant. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Commissioners of the Canal Fund. In Assembly, Feb. 2, 1818. : Report of the Commissioners of the Canal Fund. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Comptroller's Office. In Assembly, Feb. 14, 1818. : Comptroller's report. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Court of Common Pleas (Seneca County) The rules of the Court of Common Pleas, of Seneca County. Ovid, (N.Y.) : Printed by M. Hayes., 1818. New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Governor (1817-1823 : Clinton) Governor's speech : Albany, January 27, 1818. : This day, at twelve o'clock, His Excellency Gov. Clinton met the two houses of the Legislature in the Assembly Chamber, and delivered the following speech ... [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Governor (1817-1823 : Clinton) In Assembly, Feb. 10, 1818. : Message from His Excellency the Governor. : To the Honorable the Assembly. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Governor (1817-1823 : Clinton) In Assembly, Feb. 2, 1818. : Message from His Excellency the Governor. To the Senate and Assembly. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Governor (1817-1823 : Clinton) In Senate, February 9, 1818. : Message from His Excellency the Governor. : To the Senate and Assembly. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Governor (1817-1823 : Clinton) In Senate, January 28, 1818. : Message from the Governor. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Inspector of Flour and Meal, for the Counties of New-York and Kings. In Assembly, Feb. 26, 1818. : Message from His Excellency the Governor. : To the Senate and Assembly. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. Additional rules. : In Assembly, Feb. 1818. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. An act for incorporating the Chittenengo Canal Company. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly Feb. 26, 1818. : Report of the committee to whom was refered [sic] the petition of Quirin Henry Cazenove and others. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Feb. 10, 1818. : An act, for the relief of Eunice Chapman, and for other purposes. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Feb. 12, 1818. : An act for the sale of lands lately ceded to the people of this state by the St. Regis Indians. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Feb. 13, 1818. : An act, entitled an act to amend an act, entitled "An act for the relief of debtors with respect to the imprisonment of their persons," passed April 9th, 1813. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Feb. 13, 1818. : An act, recommending a convention of the people of this state, for the purpose of considering such parts of the constitution as relate to the appointment of officers. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Feb. 14, 1818. : An act, to amend the act, entitled "An act for the relief and settlement of the poor." [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Feb. 18, 1818. : An act, authorising the appointment of commissioners to take the acknowledgments of deeds and special bail, to take affidavits to be read in courts of record, and to restrict the number of masters in chancery. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Feb. 24, 1818. : An act, to extend the jurisdiction of justices of the peace. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Feb. 24, 1818. : Mr. Colden, from the select committee to whom was refered [sic] the memorial of John Swartwout and others, relative to improvement in the breed of horses, reported ... [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Feb. 25, 1818. : An act, to amend an act, entitled "An act to incorporate medical societies, for the purpose of regulating the practice of physic and surgery in this state." [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Feb. 25, 1818. : An act, to lay a tax on bank stock. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Feb. 25, 1818. : Report of the committee on the petition of Devoe Bailey, and Miles Scofield and others. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Feb. 26, 1818. : An act, for the relief of the heirs and devisees of Charles Theophilus Cazenove, deceased. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Feb. 3, 1818. : Amendment proposed by Mr. Ulshoeffer, in committee of the whole, on the bill to amend the insolvent law. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Feb. 3, 1818. : To His Excellency the Governor of the state of New-York. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Feb. 5, 1818. : An act for the relief of Thomas Nelson and others. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Feb. 6, 1818. : An act prescribing the manner of giving notice of the sales of land mortgaged to the loan officers and commissioners of loans, within this state. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Feb. 6, 1818. : Substitute by H. Meigs, to a part of answer to Governor's speech. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Feb. 6, 1818. : Substitute proposed by Mr. Williams, to the draft of an address in answer to the Governor's speech. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Feb. 6, 1818. : The committee to whom was refered [sic] the petition of Thomas Nelson and others, report ... [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Jan. 29, 1818. : Report of the committee appointed to enquire into the propriety of repealing the act to suppress duelling. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Jan. 30, 1818. : An act, extending the powers of the officers and ministers of justice, in relation to the conveyance of prisoners. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Jan. 30, 1818. : An act, respecting the settlement of the demands of this state against the United States. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Jan. 31, 1818. : An act, authorising the appointment of commissioners to take the acknowledgments of deeds and special bail, to take affidavits to be read in courts of record, and to restrict the number of masters in chancery. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Senate. In Senate, February 11, 1818. : An act to amend an act, entitled "An act to suppress duelling." [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Senate. In Senate, February 11, 1818. : An act to regulate and improve the finances of the city of Albany. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Senate. In Senate, February 16, 1818. : An act to amend an act, entitled "An act to amend an act, entitled 'An act for giving relief in cases of insolvency.'" [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Senate. In Senate, February 2, 1818. : Answer to His Excellency the Governor's speech. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Senate. In Senate, February 27, 1818. : Report on the memorial of Jediah Prendergast. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Senate. In Senate, February 4, 1818. : An act concerning actions of ejectment. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Senate. In Senate, February 4, 1818. : An act relative to banks, and for other purposes. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Senate. In Senate, January 30, 1818. : An act, supplemental to the act "to prevent abuses and delays in actions of replevin," passed 6th February, 1788. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Senate. Members and officers composing the Senate of the state of New-York, : with their respective districts, classes and places of residence. : Forty-first session, 1818. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Surveyor General. In Assembly, Feb. 6, 1818. : Message from His Excellency the Governor. : To the Senate and Assembly. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Treasurer's Office. In Assembly, Feb. 5, 1818. : Treasurer's report. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
New York Religious Tract Society. The sixth annual report of the New-York Religious Tract Society, : with extracts of correspondence, and a list of subscribers. : [Two lines of Scripture text] New-York: : Printed by J. Seymour, 49 John-Street., 1818. New York (State) 1818
Newman, William, 1773-1835. To the spectator of a funeral. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
New-York Typographical Society. Constitution and by-laws of the New-York Typographical Society. : Instituted July 4, 1809. Incorporated February 27, 1818. New-York: : Printed by Benjamin G. Jansen., 1818. New York (State) 1818
North Carolina Baptist Society for Foreign Missions. Minutes of the North-Carolina Baptist Society, for Foreign Missions; : convened at the Cross Roads Meeting House, Wake County, March 14, 1818. Raleigh [N.C.]: : Printed by J. Gales., 1818. North Carolina 1818
North Carolina. General Assembly. In Senate, January 30, 1818. : Governor's message: to the Senate and Assembly. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
Olds, Joseph, 1794-1847. An astronomical and geographical catechism, : to which is added a dictionary of the principal worlds used therein. : Dedicated to the little ladies and gentlemen between the ages of six and twelve years. / By Joseph Olds, Junr. Columbus [Ohio]: : Printed by P.H. Olmsted., 1818. Ohio 1818
Onderdonk, Henry U. (Henry Ustick), 1789-1858. A sermon on forms of prayer; : delivered February 8th, 1818, / by Henry U. Onderdonk, Minister of St. John's Church, Canandaigua. ; Published by request. [Canandaigua, N.Y.] : Printed by J.D. Bemis., 1818. New York (State) 1818
Oneida Nation of New York. In Assembly, Feb. 7, 1818. : Message from His Excellency the Governor. : To the Senate and Assembly. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
Pennsylvania. Report of the commissioners appointed to explore the route of the intended canal for uniting the waters of the Seneca Lake and Tioga River, in the state of New York.-- : Read February 7th, 1818. [Harrisburg, Pa.? : s.n., 1818] Pennsylvania 1818
Pennsylvania. General Assembly. House of Representatives. House of Representatives of Pennsylvania. March 2, 1818. : Mr. Hill, from the committee appointed for the purpose, reported the following articles of impeachment against Walter Franklin, president, and his associates, judges of the Court of Common Pleas of Lancaster County. : Read, and laid on the table. [Harrisburg, Pa.? : s.n., 1818] Pennsylvania 1818
Pennsylvania. General Assembly. House of Representatives. Committee on Roads and Inland Navigation. Report of the Committee on Roads and Inland Navigation. : Read March 11th, 1818. : William Lehman, chairman. Harrisburg [Pa.]: : Printed by James Peacock., [1818] Pennsylvania 1818
Phi Beta Kappa. Massachusetts Alpha (Harvard University) A catalogue of the fraternity of [Ph] B K, Alpha of Massachusetts. : Harvard University, Cambridge. 1818. Cambridge [Mass.]: : Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
Phi Beta Kappa. New Hampshire Alpha (Dartmouth College) Catalogue of the members of the New-Hampshire Alpha of the [Ph] B K Society, Dartmouth College. : Published by order of the Society. Hanover, N.H.: : Printed by Charles Spear., 1818. New Hampshire 1818
Phillips Academy. Catalogue of the trustees, instructors and students of Phillips Academy, Andover, August, 1818. [Andover, Mass. : Printed by Flagg & Gould?, 1818] Massachusetts 1818
Piatt, John Hooper, 1781-1822. To the electors of the first congressional district of the state of Ohio; composed of the counties of Warren, Butler, Preble, and Hamilton. : My friends and fellow citizens, In consequence of General William Henry Harrison, having declined a re-election ... I am induced to offer myself as a candidate at this time, and to solicit your votes and interest ... [Cincinnati : s.n., 1818] Ohio 1818
Pickering, John, 1777-1846. An essay on the pronunciation of the Greek language, : as published in the Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. / By John Pickering. Cambridge [Mass.]: : Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
Picket, Albert, 1771-1850. New-York, Feb. 7th, 1818. : Sir, Herewith, we send you the first number of a periodical publication, entitled the Academician, the object of which is detailed in the prospectus. Should the plan meet your approbation, your signature as a subscriber, and influence to extend its circulation, would be thankfully acknowledged. ... [New York : Published by Albert & John W. Picket, 1818] New York (State) 1818
Picket, Albert, 1771-1850. The juvenile spelling-book: : being an easy introduction to the English language. : Containing easy and familiar lessons in spelling, with appropriate reading lessons, : calculated to advance the learner by easy gradations, and to teach the orthography of Johnson, and the pronunciation of Walker. / By A. Picket. Author of the "Juvenile expositor," &c. ; [Two lines from Blair] Exeter [N.H.]: : Published by Charles Norris and sold wholesale and retail at the Exeter Bookstore., 1818. New Hampshire 1818
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. Essay on man, : in four epistles. To H. St. John, Lord Bolingbroke. / By Alexander Pope, Esq. Exeter [N.H.]: : Published by Nathaniel Boardman, and sold at his bookstore. 1818. H.A. Ranlet, printer., [1818] New Hampshire 1818
Princeton Theological Seminary. Catalogue of those who have been educated at the Theological Seminary in Princeton, N.J. : Together with the present officers and students. August, 1818. Trenton [N.J.], : Printed by George Sherman., [1818] New Jersey 1818
German Society of Lancaster. The constitution and by-laws of the German Society of Lancaster. = Die Constitution und Nebengesetze der Deutschen Gesellschaft von Lancaster. Lancaster [Pa.]: : --Gedruckt von Johann Bär., 1819. Pennsylvania 1819
Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794. Memoirs of the public character and life of Alexander the First, emperor of all the Russias. / By Edward Gibbon, Esq. ; With an appendix, by Paul Allen, Esq. author of The travels of Lewis and Clark, &c. &c. Trenton: : Published by D. & E. Fenton. 1819. W. Myer, printer., [1819] New Jersey 1819
Gleaner. The golden calf. / By a gleaner. ; [Two lines of quotation] [United States?] : Printed for the reader., 1819. United States 1819
Goodrich, Samuel G. (Samuel Griswold), 1793-1860. The history of a little silver-fish. : A new tale for children. Hartford: : Published by S.G. Goodrich. Roberts & Burr, Pr's., 1819. Connecticut 1819
Goodrich, Samuel G. (Samuel Griswold), 1793-1860. The history of a little silver-fish. : A new tale for children. Hartford: : Published by S.G. Goodrich., 1819. Connecticut 1819
Gould & Banks. Catalogue of law books, for sale by Gould & Banks, : at their stores, corner of Nassau and Spruce streets, (opposite the City-Hall,) New-York, and State-Street, Albany. [New York] : Grattan and Banks, printers,, 1819. New York (State) 1819
Graham Society (Boston, Mass.) Constitution of the Graham Society, instituted January 9, 1817. : With the second annual report. Boston: : Printed by Munroe & Francis, no. 4, Cornhill., [1819] Massachusetts 1819
Guerry de Maubreuil, Marie-Armand de, marquis d'Orvault. Lettre interessante adressee a son excellence, le Comte Bathurst, ministre des colonies Britanniques; / par M. Marie-Armand de Guerry de Maubreuil, marquis d'Orvault. [Philadelphia] : Publiee par son ordre. Philadelphie,, 1819. Pennsylvania 1819
Hack, Maria, 1777-1844. Affection's gift to a beloved god-child. / By M.H. ; [Five lines of quotations] ; From the London edition. Boston: : Wells and Lilly, Court-Street., 1819. Massachusetts 1819
Haly and Thomas. July 4, 1819. Valuable and standard works, and new publications, for sale by J. Haly & C. Thomas, no. 55 Maiden-Lane, New-York. [New York] : W.H. Creagh, printer., [1819] New York (State) 1819
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759. Grand Hallelujah chorus in Handel's Messiah. [Boston : Printed by James Loring, between 1819 and 1835] Massachusetts 1819
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759. Grand Hallelujah chorus in Handel's Messiah. [Boston] : Printed and sold by James Loring, no. 2, Cornhill., [between 1819 and 1826] Massachusetts 1819
Hartford Evangelical Tract Society. Third report of the Hartford Evangelical Tract Society. [Hartford : s.n., 1819] Connecticut 1819
Harvard University. Catalogue of the officers and students of the University in Cambridge. October, 1819. Cambridge [Mass.], : University Press--Hilliard and Metcalf., 1819. Massachusetts 1819
Harvard University. Illustrissimo Johanni Brooks, armig. LL.D. gubernatori ... : Theses hasce ... Habita in comitiis Universitatis Cantabrigiæ, Massachusettensis, die Augusti XXV. Anno Salutis MDCCCXIX. ... [Cambridge, Mass.] : Typis academicis excudebant Hilliard et Metcalf., [1819] Massachusetts 1819
Harvard University. University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. : Order of exercises for commencement, XXV. August, MDCCCXIX. Cambridge [Mass.]: : Univ. Press--Hilliard and Metcalf., 1819. Massachusetts 1819
Harvard University. University in Cambridge. Order of performances for exhibition, April 27, 1819. Cambridge [Mass.]: : University Press--Hilliard and Metcalf., 1819. Massachusetts 1819
Harvard University. University in Cambridge. Order of performances for exhibition, August 19, 1819. Cambridge [Mass.]: : Univ. Press--Hilliard and Metcalf., 1819. Massachusetts 1819
Harvard University. University in Cambridge. Order of performances for exhibition, Tuesday, October 19, 1819. Cambridge [Mass.]: : Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf., 1819. Massachusetts 1819
Heidelberger Katechismus. Catechismus, oder Kurzer Unterricht christlicher Lehre, : für die angehende Jugend in der churfürstlichen Pfalz und andern reformirten Orten zu gebrauchen: : samt der Haus-Tafel, mit und ohne biblischen Sprüch-Büchlein, : alles zur Ehre und Lob Gottes. Germantaun [Pa.]: : Gedruckt bey M. Billmeyer,, 1819. Pennsylvania 1819
Hendley, George. A memorial for Sunday school boys, : being the first part of an authentic account of the conversion, experience, and happy deaths of twenty-five children. / By George Hendley, Minister of the Gospel. ; [Two lines from Chronicles] Boston: : Published by Samuel T. Armstrong, no. 50, Cornhill. U. Crocker, printer., 1819. Massachusetts 1819
Hogan, David, 1773?-1823. Catalouge [sic] of books, : (many of them very scarce and valuable) just received from Glasgow, and for sale by David Hogan, no. 249, Market-Street, Philadelphia. [Philadelphia : Published by David Hogan, 1819] Pennsylvania 1819
Holmes, Abiel, 1763-1837. Sketch of the life and character of Caleb Gannett, Esq. [Boston : Printed by S. Phelps, 1819] Massachusetts 1819
Hunt, Gilbert J. The historical reader; : containing "The late war between the United States and Great Britain, from June, 1812, to February, 1815. In the scriptural style." : Altered and adapted for the use of schools throughout the United States. / By G.J. Hunt. ; [Two lines of verse] New-York: : Published by B. Crane, no. 35, Cherry-Street., 1819. New York (State) 1819
Hunt, Gilbert J. The historical reader; : containing "The late war between the United States and Great Britain, from June, 1812, to February, 1815. In the scriptural style." : Altered and adapted for the use of schools throughout the United States. / By G.J. Hunt. ; [Two lines of verse] New-York: : Published by J. Tiebout, & Son. No. 238, Water-Street., 1819. New York (State) 1819
Ironside, J. The truth, no. 2. / By J. Ironside. ; [One line from Proverbs] New-Haven: : [s.n.], October, 1819. Connecticut 1819
Janeway, James, 1636?-1674. A token for children: / Extracted from the works of a late author, by John Wesley, A.M. ; [Two lines from Mark] New-York: : Printed and sold by John C. Totten, no. 9 Bowery., 1819. New York (State) 1819
Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784. Rasselas: : a tale. / By Dr. Johnson. Baltimore: : Published by Fielding Lucas, Jr. J. Robinson, printer., 1819. Maryland 1819
Jones, Elizabeth C. Poems on different subjects, original and selected, / by Elizabeth C. Jones. ; [Four lines of quotations] Providence: : H.H. Brown, printer., 1819. Rhode Island 1819
Jones, William, 1726-1800. The churchman's catechism. / By William Jones, M.A. F.R.S. Norwalk [Conn.]: : Printed by Nichols & Price., 1819. Connecticut 1819
Kirk & Mercein. A catalogue of books, in the various departments of ancient and modern literature, for sale by Kirk & Mercein, no. 22, Wall-Street, New-York. New-York: : Printed by William A. Mercein, no. 93, Gold-Street., 1819. New York (State) 1819
Lloyd, Thomas, 1756-1827. Lloyd's stenography, : publicly practised by him for nearly half a century, with his latest improvements patented. : Published now for the first time, by himself; for the instruction of those of both sexes who are desirous of acquiring an easy, simple and harmonious system, whereby to minute down their own thoughts, or the sentiments of others, in as little time and room as possible. Philadelphia: : Printed for Thomas Lloyd, no. 148 North Eighth Street., 1819. Pennsylvania 1819
Lowndes, William, 1782-1822. Mr. Lowndes' motion. : December 28, 1819. Ordered to lie on the table, and be printed. [Washington, D.C. : Printed by Gales & Seaton, 1819] District of Columbia 1819
M. Carey & Son. Very elegant work. : Proposals of M. Carey & Son, for publishing by subscription, a work, entitled, Vegetable materia medica of the United States; or, Medical botany ... by William P.C. Barton, M.D. ... [Philadelphia : Printed by Lydia R. Bailey, 1819] Pennsylvania 1819
Many Republicans. To the voters of York County. : Fellow-citizens, In the last number of the "York gazette" you will have read the proceedings of the famous meeting, convened on Monday last at the house of Mr. Michael, with the intention of counteracting the success of the settled ticket for York County. ... [York, Pa.? : s.n., 1819] Pennsylvania 1819
Massachusetts General Hospital. Massachusetts General Hospital. : Order of performances at King's Chapel, Thursday afternoon, 3d June, 1819. [Boston : s.n., 1819] Massachusetts 1819
Massachusetts. Laws of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, : passed by the General Court, at their session which commenced on Wednesday, the twenty-sixth day of May, and ended on the nineteenth of June, one thousand eight hundred and nineteen. : Published agreeably to a resolve of 16th January, 1812. Boston: : Printed by Russell & Gardner, for Benjamin Russell, printer to the state., 1819. Massachusetts 1819
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. List of the members of the House of Representatives, one thousand eight hundred and nineteen. [Boston : Printed by Ballard & Wright, 1819] Massachusetts 1819
Massachusetts. General Court. Senate. Rules and orders to be observed in the Senate of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, for the year 1819. : Published by order of the Senate. Boston: : Printed by Russell and Gardner, for B. Russell, printer to the state., 1819. Massachusetts 1819
Massachusetts. Governor (1816-1823 : Brooks) Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His Excellency John Brooks ... a proclamation, for a day of fasting and prayer. : ... Thursday, the first day of April next ... Given at the Council chamber, in Boston, this twentieth day of February ... one thousand eight hundred and nineteen ... [Boston : Printed by Russell & Gardner, 1819] Massachusetts 1819
Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court. Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, : from March, 1806, to June, 1807, both inclusive. : Vol. II. / By Dudley Atkins Tyng, Esq. counsellor at law. ; To which is added a supplement, containing some few decisions of the same court of a prior date. Exeter [N.H.]: : Printed for the proprietor by J.J. Williams., 1819. New Hampshire 1819
Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court. Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. : Vol. IX. : Containing the cases from May term, 1812, in York, to March term, 1813, in Suffolk, inclusive. / By Dudley Atkins Tyng, Esq. counsellor at law. Exeter [N.H.]: : Printed for the proprietor by J.J. Williams., 1819. New Hampshire 1819
Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court. Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. : Vol. V. : Containing the cases from the beginning of the year 1809, to the end of October term in Barnstable in the same year. / By Dudley Atkins Tyng, Esq. counsellor at law. Exeter [N.H.]: : Printed for the proprietor by J.J. Williams., 1819. New Hampshire 1819
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