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

Author Title Imprint/Publisher Place of Publication Date of Publication
Abbott, Benjamin, 1732-1796. The experience and Gospel labours of the Rev. Benjamin Abbott: : to which is annexed a narrative of his life and death. By John Ffirth. : [Two lines from Psalms] : Copy-right secured. Philadelphia: : Printed by Solomon W. Conrad, for Ezekiel Cooper, no. 118, North Fourth-Street, near the Methodist Church., M DCCC I. [1801] Pennsylvania 1801
Amicable Fire Society (Boston, Mass.) The rules and regulations of the Amicable Fire Society, : instituted at Boston, February 5, 1785. : [One line in Latin] Boston, : Reprinted by Russell and Cutler., 1801. Massachusetts 1801
Amoskeag Canal Lottery. Amoskeag Canal Lottery. : The managers of the Amoskeag Canal Lottery, embrace this opportunity to express their gratitude to the public for that liberal patronage, which has enabled them to carry thro' five classes, in the space of little more than one year; and present them with the following general scheme of five classes more ... [Boston : s.n., 1801] Massachusetts 1801
Aristotle's Masterpiece. Aristotle's Master-piece, or The secret's of nature displayed in the generation of man: : complete in three parts, : to which is added. A treasure of health: or The family physician. Being choice and approved remedies for all the several distempers incident to the human body. : The whole being more correct than any thing of the kind hitherto published. [Worcester] (Massachusetts.) : Printed [by Daniel Greenleaf] for the purchasers., 1801. Massachusetts 1801
Arthur, Michael. Proposals for publishing, by subscription, a new periodical work, : entitled, The repository of historical, literary, miscellaneous, and theological knowledge. [Philadelphia : Printed by Hugh Maxwell, 1801] Pennsylvania 1801
Challoner, Richard, 1691-1781. The garden of the soul: or, A manual of spiritual exercises and instructions for Christians, who, living in the world, aspire to devotion. / By Richard Challenor [i.e., Challoner], D.D. ; To which are added, the Vespers for Sundays. Philadelphia: : Printed by Joseph Charless. For H. & P. Rice no. 16, South Second Street, and James Rice, & Co. booksellers, Baltimore., 1801. Pennsylvania 1801
Citizen of Bern. Fellow-citizens of the town of Bern, : The friends of the Federal interest in this town have seen, for these four or five years past, and desired that a different change of measures and policy should be pursued. ... The disorganizing policy and measures which ... have been introduced into this town, are the offspring of that love of power and office ... [Reading, Pa.? : s.n., 1801?] Pennsylvania 1801
Dodsley, Robert, 1703-1764. The oeconomy of human life, : in two parts. / Translated from an Indian manuscript, written by an ancient Bramin. ; To which is prefixed an account of the manner in which the said manuscript was discovered. In two letters, from an English gentleman in China, to the Earl of **** ; To which is added, an appendix to the true economy of human life, in a letter to the Earl of Chesterfield. Albany: : Printed by C.R. and G. Webster, at their bookstore., 1801. New York (State) 1801
Episcopal Church. The book of common prayer, and administration of the sacraments, and other rites and ceremonies of the church, : according to the use of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America: : together with the Psalter, or Psalms of David. Philadelphia: : By permission of the General Convention, printed by W. Young and J. Ormrod., 1795 [i.e., 1801]. Pennsylvania 1801
Erra Pater. The book of knowledge: : treating of the wisdom of the antients. : In four parts. I. Shewing the various and wonderful operations of the signs and planets, and other celestial constellations, on the bodies of men, &c. II. Prognostications for ever necessary to keep the body in health; with several choice receipts in physic and surgery. III. An abstract of the art of physiognomy and palmestry, together with the signification of moles, and the interpretations of dreams, &c. IV. The farmer's calendar, containing 1st, perpetual prognostications for weather. 2d. The whole mystery of husbandry. 3d. The complete and experienced farrier and cowleech, &c. / Written by Erra Pater, a Jew doctor in astronomy and physic, born in Bethany near Mount Olivet, in Judea. ; Made English by W. Lilly, student in physic and astrology. ; To which is added, the true form of all sorts of bills, bonds, counter-bonds, indentures, letters of attorney and licence, deeds of gift, bills of exchange, &c. New York: : Printed by G. & R. Waite, for H. Griffith,, 1801. New York (State) 1801
  Every man his own politician : and Religious liberty. [United States : s.n., 1801?] United States 1801
Freemasons. Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. Boston, Dec. 26, 1801. : Right Worshipful, In compliance with the direction of the Grand Lodge, I herewith transmit to you a copy of their resolutions, adopted the 15th inst. for the government of the lodge over which you preside. ... [Boston : s.n., 1801] Massachusetts 1801
Freemasons. Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. : In quarterly communication, September 7, A.L. 5801 [i.e., 1801]. It was moved ... that the subsequent report of a committee of the Grand Lodge be printed; and that the grand secretary be directed to communicate without delay, a copy thereof to each lodge under this jurisdiction, for its information. ... [Boston : s.n., 1801] Massachusetts 1801
Freemasons. Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania. In Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania: : Adjourned grand quarterly communication. Philadelphia, Monday, March 16, Anno Lucis, 5801 [i.e., 1801], the following resolution of the Grand Royal Arch-Chapter, was received and read, to wit: "At a General Grand Chapter of the Holy Royal Arch, held in the city of Philadelphia, January 14, 1801. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1801] Pennsylvania 1801
Friend to the afflicted family. Sacred to the memory of Deacon John Noble. [Portsmouth, N.H. : s.n., 1801] New Hampshire 1801
  Jefferson, freedom and glory! [United States : s.n., 1801?] United States 1801
Lyon, Matthew, 1749-1822. A letter, of which the following is a copy, was early this morning delivered to citizen John Adams. : (Copy.) City of Washington, 59 minutes before one, A.M. March 4th, 1801. Printed in the City of Washington, District of Columbia. : [s.n., 1801] District of Columbia 1801
  A New song. : Tune:--"Yankee Doodle." [United States : s.n., 1801] United States 1801
Sindbad the sailor. The history of Sindbad, the sailor. : Containing an account of his several surprising voyages, and miraculous escapes. : Ornamented with elegant cuts. New-York: : Printed by John Tiebout, no. 246 Water-Street., 1801. New York (State) 1801
Webster, Noah, 1758-1843. The prompter; : a commentary on common sayings and subjects, which are full of common sense, the best sense in the world. : [One line of quotation] [United States : s.n.], Printed in the year 1801. United States 1801
Austin, Samuel, 1773-1859. Reflections on crimes and punishments. [Randolph, Vt.? : Printed by Sereno Wright?, between 1801 and 1810?] Vermont 1801
Congregational Missionary Society. An address to the churches and congregations, from the Congregational Missionary Society, : originated in the counties of Berkshire and Columbia. [Stockbridge, Mass.]: : Printed by H. Willard & Co. Stockbridge,, Dec. 4, 1801. Massachusetts 1801
Ely, Henry, 1755-1835. A funeral sermon, delivered at the funeral of Thomas Humeston, : late from West-Springfield, who died at Leyden, in the state of New-York, on the 24th June, 1801, in the 22d year of his age. / By the Rev. Henry Ely. Massachusetts. : Printed for the friends., [1801] Massachusetts 1801
Grinder, Giles. Pleasing and instructive lessons on turning the grindstone. / By Giles Grinder. ; Who'll turn grindstone? [United States? : s.n., between 1801 and 1810?] United States 1801
Emerson, William, 1769-1811. A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Robinson Smiley, : to the pastoral care. Of the Christian Church and Society in Springfield, state of Vermont, September 23, 1801. / By William Emerson, Minister of the First Church in Boston. Windsor [Vt.]. : Printed by Nahum Mower, for the Society., 1801. Vermont 1801
Hurlothrumbo, Doctor. The fortune-teller. : By which young gentlemen and ladies may easily foretell a variety of important events that will happen both to themselves and their acquaintance. / By the renowned Doctor Hurlothrumbo. Chief magician and astrologer to the King of the Cuckows. Exeter [N.H.]: : Printed and sold by H. Ranlet., 1801. New Hampshire 1801
Johnson, R. (Richard), 1733 or 1734-1793. The hermit of the forest, and the wandering infants: : A rural fragment. New-York: : Printed by William Durell, no. 106 Maiden-Lane., 1801. New York (State) 1801
Webster, Noah, 1758-1843. The American spelling book: : containing an easy standard of pronunciation. : Being the first part of A grammatical institute of the English language. In three parts. / By Noah Webster, Jun'r. Esquire. Albany: : Printed by Charles R. and George Webster, and sold at their bookstore, in the White-House, corner of State and Pearl-streets., 1801. With privilege of copy-right. New York (State) 1801
History of Prince Lee Boo. The entertaining and affecting history of Prince Lee Boo: : with an account of the Pelew Islands, and the manners and customs of the inhabitants. Salem [Mass.]: : Printed by Joshua Cushing; and sold by Cushing & Appleton, Essex-Street., [between 1801 and 1808] Massachusetts 1801
Bible. Psalms. English. Church of Scotland. 1801. The Psalms of David in metre: / translated, and diligently compared with the original text, and former translations. ; More plain, smooth, and agreeable to the text, than any heretofore. ; Allowed by the authority of the General Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland, and appointed to be sung in congregations and families. Philadelphia: : Printed for Mathew Carey, no. 118, High-Street. Joseph Charless, printer., 1801. Pennsylvania 1801
Cary, Thomas, 1745-1808. An oration, pronounced before the right worshipful master and brethren, of St. Peter's Lodge, : at the Episcopal Church in Newburyport, on the festival of St. John the Baptist, celebrated June 24th, 5801.  / By Brother Thomas Cary, Jun. [Newburyport, Mass.] : From the Press of Brother Angier March., [1801] Massachusetts 1801
Yarmouth tragedy Jemmy and Nancy; or The Yarmouth tragedy. : Shewing, how, by the avariciousness and cruelty of parents, two lovers were destroyed. Troy [N.Y.]: : Printed for the travelling booksellers., 1801. New York (State) 1801
Lipencott, Jonathan. The complete farrier. : Containing, safe, easy, and successfully-experienced remedies for most of the diseases, to which horses, neat cattle, sheep and swine are subject; with medical and surgical observations thereon; the choice of seed-horses, the treatment, the management and the training of colts. : In four parts. : Intended for the use of private gentlemen and farmers. Morris-town [N.J.]. : Printed for every purchaser., 1801. New Jersey 1801
Freemasons. Warren Lodge No. 85 (New York, N.Y.) The bye-laws of Warren Lodge. [New York : s.n., 1801?] New York (State) 1801
Bloomfield, Robert, 1766-1823. The farmer's boy; : a rural poem. / By Robert Bloomfield. ; [One line of quotation] Philadelphia printed, : from the London third edition, by James Humphreys., 1801. Pennsylvania 1801
Cordier, Mathurin, 1479-1564. Corderii Colloquia: or Cordery's Colloquies, : with a translation of the first forty: : to which is added, a vocabulary of all the words which occur in the book, wherein the primitives of compound and derivative words are minutely traced, and the irregularities of anomalous nouns and verbs are particularly mentioned. / By James Hardie, A.M. author of the Principles of the Latin grammar, Selectæ e veteri with improvements, &c. &c. [Newark, N.J.] : Printed by Jacob Halsey, Newark, for Charles Smith, bookseller & stationer, no. 52, Maidenlane, New-York--, 1800 [i.e., 1801]. New Jersey 1801
  The Marriage of a wife's sister unlawful: : in a letter to a friend. : [One line of Scripture text] [Massachusetts : s.n., 1801] Massachusetts 1801
Longueville, Peter, active 1727. The new Robinson Crusoe: or, The adventures of Philip Quarll. : Who was lately discovered by Mr. Dorrington, a Bristol merchant, upon an uninhabited island; where he has lived above fifty years, without any human assistance; still continues to reside, and will not come away. Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by John M'Culloch, no. 1 North Third Street--, 1801. Pennsylvania 1801
Benham, Asahel, 1754-1803. Social harmony: : containing first, the rudiments of psalmody made easy. Second, a collection of modern music, calculated for the use of singing schools and worshipping assemblies. / By Asahel Benham, author of Federal harmony. ; Published according to act of Congress. [New Haven : Printed by Thomas and Samuel Green?, not before 1801] Connecticut 1801
Dickinson, John, 1732-1808. The speech of John Dickinson, Esquire, one of the members for the county of Philadelphia, in the House of Assembly of the province of Pennsylvania, May 24th, 1764. : On occasion of a petition, drawn up by order, and then under consideration, of the House; praying the King for a change of the government of the province. : Published at the earnest request of a great number of very respectable citizens of Philadelphia, as expressed in their address to him, dated the 6th of June, 1764. [Philadelphia: : William Bradford, 1801?] Pennsylvania 1801
  A Mournful tragedy. : Giving an account of the shocking and unprecedented catastrophe, which happened at Dedham, the 18th day of May, 1801, between Mr. Jason Fairbanks, aged 21, and Miss Eliza Fales, of 19. Both of respectable families. [Boston or Dedham, Mass.? : s.n., 1801] Massachusetts 1801
Fairbanks, Jason, 1780-1801. Report of the trial of Jason Fairbanks, on an indictment for the murder of Miss Elizabeth Fales. : At the Supreme Court, holden at Dedham, in the county of Norfolk, on Thursday the 6th, and Friday the 7th days of August, 1801. ; Copy right secured. Boston, : Printed by Russell and Cutler, proprietors of the work., 1801. Massachusetts 1801
Bible. Old Testament. Selections. English. 1802. A selection of Old Testament prophecies concerning the Messiah, : thus coupled with their fulfilment in the New; : exhibiting the solid foundation of the believer's hope, and the best arguments for opposing the blasphemies of deism. [New York] : Printed by T. & J. Swords, no. 160 Pearl-Street, New-York., [between 1802 and 1820] New York (State) 1802
Birch and Small. A new and practical work. : A proposal, by William Y. Birch, and Abraham Small, of the city of Philadelphia, for publishing in volumes, by subscription, that useful and popular work, The domestic encyclopædia; or, A dictionary of facts, and useful knowledge: comprehending, a concise view of the latest discoveries, inventions, and improvements, chiefly applicable to rural and domestic economy. : Together with descriptions of the most interesting objects of nature and art; the history of men and animals, in a state of health or disease; and practical hints respecting the arts and manufactures, both familiar and commercial. Illustrated with numerous engravings and cuts. By A.F.M. Willich, M.D. author of the Lectures on diet and regimen, &c. &c. First American edition, with additions, applicable to the present situation of the United States, by James Mease, M.D. fellow of the American Philosophical Society, and corresponding member of the Literary and Phil. Soc. of Manchester. [Philadelphia : Printed by Robert Carr?, 1802?] Pennsylvania 1802
Bloomfield, Robert, 1766-1823. Rural tales, &c. &c. / By Robert Bloomfield. Author of The farmer's boy. Philadelphia: : Printed by John Bioren, for William Y. Birch, no. 17 South Second-Street., 1802. Pennsylvania 1802
Bowditch, Nathaniel, 1773-1838. On the sliding rule. : The lines on the sliding rule are the same as those on Gunter's scale, a description of which may be found in page 47 of the Practical navigator ... [Salem, Mass. : s.n., between 1802 and 1807] Massachusetts 1802
Bradford, Samuel F. (Samuel Fisher), 1776-1837. Proposals, by Samuel F. Bradford, no. 4, South Third Street, Philadelphia; for publishing by subscription, A historical account of the most celebrated voyages, travels & discoveries, from the time of Columbus to the present period. : In twenty volumes, duodecimo; embellished with sixty elegant engravings. [One line from Ovid] By William Mavor, L.L.D. [Philadelphia : Published by Samuel F. Bradford, 1802?] Pennsylvania 1802
Bradford, Samuel F. (Samuel Fisher), 1776-1837. Proposals for printing by subscription, the first American edition of the Select British classics; : to be copied from the last London edition. [Philadelphia : Printed by Robert Carr?, 1802?] Pennsylvania 1802
Burrows & Van Buskirk. New-York, [blank] 180[blank] : We take the liberty of informing you, that in addition to a well selected stock of hardware, cutlery and ironmongery, imported last fall and spring, we have received a large and well chosen assortment, which we will dispose of, for cash or short credits, on the most liberal terms ... [New York] : G. & R. Waite, printers., [1802?] New York (State) 1802
Cambridge (Mass.) Notification. : The freeholders and other inhabitants of the town of Cambridge, qualified by the Constitution to vote for representatives, and also in town affairs, are notified to assemble at the court-house in said town, on Monday the third day of May next ... [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by William Hilliard, 1802] Massachusetts 1802
Carow, Isaac, 1778?-1850. Isaac Carow, no. 222, Pearl-Street, New-York, : has for sale at very reduced prices, a complete assortment of hardware ... [New York : s.n., between 1802 and 1816] New York (State) 1802
Bradford, Samuel, 1759?-1818. Catalogue of books belonging to the late Nathan Frazier's library, : for sale, at auction, at S. Bradford's office, Boston, on Wednesday Dec. 29, 1802. Sale at 9 o'clock, A.M. [Boston : s.n., 1802] Massachusetts 1802
Cheetham, James, 1772-1810. A view of the political conduct of Aaron Burr, Esq. vice-president of the United States. / By the author of the "Narrative." New-York: : Printed by Denniston & Cheetham, no. 142, Pearl-Street., 1802. (Copy-right secured according to law.) New York (State) 1802
Cooke, Oliver Dudley, 1766-1833. Books, stationary, blank work, &c. bound and sold by Oliver D. Cooke, Hartford: : where library companies, merchants, and others, may be supplied with the following articles ... [Hartford : Published by Oliver D. Cooke, 1802?] Connecticut 1802
Darton, William, 1755-1819. The first chapter of Accidents, and remarkable events: : containing caution and instruction for children. Philadelphia: : Published by Jacob Johnson, no. 147, Market-Street., 1802. Pennsylvania 1802
Davidson, T. (Thomas), -1788. The real Christian distinguished from hypocrites. : In a discourse, from Revelations, chap. iii. I. / By Rev. Thomas Davidson, A.M. minister of Braintree, England. ; Published in Scotland, by a society for disseminating religious tracts. Charlestown [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by Samuel Etheridge., 1802. Massachusetts 1802
Delaware. An act for incorporating the Reliance Fire Company in the borough of Wilmington. [Wilmington, Del. : s.n., between 1802 and 1825] Delaware 1802
Eaton, Amherst. 40 dollars reward. : On Sunday last a stranger hired of the subscriber a horse and chaise for Boston, to return on the Tuesday following. ... As the person ... has not since been heard of ... A reward ... will be given for the horse or chaise ... [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1802] Massachusetts 1802
Foster, Theodore Adelphidos, 1778-1821. Providence, April 28th, 1802. : Sir, We have been at great expence, in purchasing printing materials ... for the purpose of establishing a new literary and political paper in this town ... called the Providence phenix ... [Providence : Printed by William W. Dunham, 1802] Rhode Island 1802
Foster, Theodore Adelphidos, 1778-1821. To all good people of the state of Rhode-Island and Providence-Plantations, greeting:--- : I now offer you an elegant versification of M'Uncle's, Political letter, No. I ... / Polypod Foster. ... [Providence : Printed by Theodore A. Foster & Co., 1802] Rhode Island 1802
Freemasons. Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. Order of performances, at the celebration of the festival of St. John the Evangelist, December 27, 1802. [Boston : s.n., 1802] Massachusetts 1802
Hibernian Society for the Relief of Emigrants from Ireland. To the public. : The Hibernian Society for the Relief of Emigrants from Ireland, are deeply concerned to be obliged to represent to their fellow-citizens, that, in consequence of the extreme distress of the great number of Irish emigrants who arrived here last year, the funds appropriated for their assistance, are not only totally exhausted, but a very heavy debt has been incurred ... [Philadelphia : Printed by Mathew Carey, 1802] Pennsylvania 1802
  The History of Claris & Laris; : a romance of chivalry, : together with their adventures with the faries [sic] Morgana and Madoina. Wilmington [Del.]: : Printed and sold by Bonsal & Niles: also sold at their book-store, no. 173, Market-Street, Baltimore., 1802. Delaware 1802
  The History of little King Pippin, : with an account of the melancholy death of four naughty boys, who were devoured by wild beasts. And the wonderful delivery of Master Harry Harmless, by a little white horse. New Haven: : Printed by Wm. W. Morse., 1802. Connecticut 1802
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. The sorrows of Yamba: : illustrating the cruelty of the slave trade. / Extracted from Miss Hannah More's works. ; [Three lines from St. Pierre] Boston: : Printed and sold by E. Lincoln, Water-Street., Oct. 1802. Massachusetts 1802
Rowson, Mrs., 1762-1824. Charlotte Temple. : A tale of truth. / By Mrs. Rawson [i.e., Rowson]. Author of Victoria, The inquisitor, Fille de chambre, &c. ; Two volumes in one. ; [Seven lines of quotations] ; Vol. I[-II]. New-York: : Printed by John Swain [i.e., Swaine], for H.M. Griffith, no. 88, Water-Street., [1802?] New York (State) 1802
Secker, William, -1681? A wedding ring, fit for the finger: or The salve of divinity on the sore of humanity. : With directions to those men that want wives, how to choose them, and to those women that have husbands, how to use them. : Laid open in a sermon at a wedding in Edmonton. / By William Becker [i.e., Secker], preacher of the Gospel. Printed at Stockbridge [Mass. : s.n.]., 1802. Massachusetts 1802
United States. Navy. The uniform dress of the captains and certain other officers of the Navy of the United States. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1802] District of Columbia 1802
Workman, Andrew. A true and particular account of the situation of Richard Merrel, : previous to his soul's receiving the evidence of forgiveness: the particulars of his death, the manner in which his soul re-entered the body, after he had slept in the arms of death for the space of an hour, how he passed the four hours he remained the second time; with a wonderful account of the visions he had seen during the suspension of life. : To which is added, an exhortation, suitable to the occasion, / by the Rev. Andrew Workman, who attended him during the whole of the time. [United States] : Printed by particular desire., 1802. United States 1802
Bayard, James A. (James Asheton), 1767-1815. Speech of Mr. Bayard, on the bill received from the Senate, entitled "An Act to repeal certain acts respecting the organisation of the courts of the United States. : Delivered in the House of Representatives, February, 19--20, 1802. [Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1802] District of Columbia 1802
Association of Boston Booksellers. Rules and regulations of the Association of Boston Booksellers. [Boston : s.n., 1802 or 1803] Massachusetts 1802
Johnson, R. (Richard), 1733 or 1734-1793. The holiday spy; : being the observations of little Tommy Thoughtful, on the different tempers, genius, and manners, of the young masters & misses in the several families which he visited, during his last breaking-up. : Adorned with cuts. Easton [Pa.]: : Printed by Samuel Longcope, [between 1802 and 1805?] Pennsylvania 1802
Cheetham, James, 1772-1810. A narrative of the suppression by Col. Burr, of The history of the administration of John Adams, : late president of the United States, written by John Wood, author of The history of Switzerland and of the Swiss revolution. : To which is added, a biography of Thomas Jefferson, president of the United States, and of General Hamilton: : With strictures on the conduct of John Adams, and on the character of General C.C. Pinckney. Extracted verbatim from the suppressed History. / By a citizen of New-York. New-York: : Printed by Denniston and Cheetham, no. 142, Pearl-Street., 1802. New York (State) 1802
Kendall, Edward Augustus, 1776?-1842. Keeper's travels, in search of his master. : [Two lines from Langhorne] [Philadelphia?] : Printed for the booksellers., 1802. Pennsylvania 1802
E. & S. Larkin (Firm) Catalogue of books, for sale by E. and S. Larkin, no. 47, Cornhill, Boston, : consisting of the most esteemed authors, and arranged under the following heads, viz. law, divinity, surgery, physic, chemistry, anatomy, history, biography, voyages, travels, memoirs, lives, novels, romances, poetry, plays, miscellanies, agriculture, mathematics, philosophy, trade, and commerce, classical and school books. Boston: : Printed for E. and S. Larkin., [1802] Massachusetts 1802
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 Würtembergische 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. Germantaun [Pa.]: : Gedruckt bey Michael Billmeyer,, 1802. Pennsylvania 1802
Dolphin, James. A narrative of the travels of James Dolphin, : who was born in Liverpool, containing his voyages and travels through a great part of America, being taken by the Indian savages, and redeemed by a Spanish lady, in the city of old Mexico:--who fell in love with him. :  And the death of herself and her brother; by which means he became heir of ten thousand pounds. : And his marriage afterwards to his former lover, Eliza Seymour. : In a letter to his brother-in-law, in the year 1796, who lived in Liverpool. [United States?] : Printed for the purchasers., 1802. United States 1802
Bible. English. Authorized. 1802. The Holy Bible, : containing the Old and New Testaments: / translated out of the original tongues; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Philadelphia: : Printed for Mathew Carey, no. 118, High-Street. Robert Cochran, printer., 1802. Pennsylvania 1802
Bible. English. Authorized. 1802. The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments:  / translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised, by the special command of King James I, of England. Printed in Worcester, Massachusetts, : for West & Greenleaf, Boston. Sold at their book-store, no. 56, Cornhill, wholesale and retail., MDCCCII. [1802] Massachusetts 1802
Bible. New Testament. English. 1802. The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, / newly translated out of the original Greek: and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. ; Appointed to be read in churches. Brookfield, (Massachusetts,) : Printed by E. Merriam & Co. for the booksellers., 1802. Massachusetts 1802
Burder, George, 1752-1832. A persuasive to public worship. Charlestown [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by Samuel Etheridge. (Price one dollar per 100.), [ca. 1802?] Massachusetts 1802
Burder, George, 1752-1832. A dialogue between a traveller and yourself. Charlestown [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by Samuel Etheridge. (Price 50 cents 100.), [ca. 1802?] Massachusetts 1802
Dickerson, Jesse. A musical grammar: : composed for the use of singing-schools. / By Jesse Dickerson. Philadelphia: : Printed by J. M'Culloch, no. 1, North Third-Street.--, 1802. Pennsylvania 1802
Bible. Psalms. English. Church of Scotland. 1802. The Psalms of David in metre: / translated, & diligently compared with the original text, and former translations. ; More plain, smooth, and agreeable to the text, than heretofore. ; Allowed by the authority of the General Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland, and appointed to be sung in congregations & families. Philadelphia: : Published by Mathew Carey,, no. 122. High Street.. Wilson & Blackwell. printers,, Trenton, N.J., [between 1802 and 1804] Pennsylvania 1802
Truelove (Nurse) Nurse Truelove's Christmas box: or, The golden plaything for little children; : by which they may learn the letters as soon as they can speak, and know how to behave so as to make every body love them. Charlestown [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by S. Etheridge., 1802. Massachusetts 1802
Evangelical Lutheran Church (Amity Township, Berks County, Pa.) Kirchen-Ordnung der Evangelisch Lutherischen Gemeine, in Amity Taunschip, Berks Caunty, : öffentlich vorgelesen, angenommen und beschlossen den 22sten April, 1802, von den in dieser Absicht versammleten sämmtlichen Gemeins-Gliedern. [Pennsylvania: s.n., 1802] Pennsylvania 1802
Cowles, Eber. A sermon, preached in the town of Galway, on the danger and possibility of falling from grace: / by Eber Cowles, minister in the Methodist Episcopal Church. ; [One line from 1 Corinthians] Waterford [N.Y.]: : Printed by Horace H. Wadsworth., 1802. New York (State) 1802
Thayer, Solomon, 1755-1835. Description of Mr. Solomon Thayer's impellent pump, : which may be used in extinguishing buildings on fire, watering lands, gardens, &c. [Boston] : Gilbert and Dean, printers, State-Street, Boston., [1802?] Massachusetts 1802
Albany Book-Store. A catalogue of books; : consisting of a valuable selection from the various branches of literature, for sale, on moderate terms, by Whiting, Leavenworth & Whiting, at the Albany Book-Store, no. 45, State-Street, opposite Lewis' City-Tavern. : All orders for books and stationary will be executed with the utmost punctuality, at the shortest notice; and a liberal discount made to wholesale purchasers.--Catalogues of the books for sale at the Albany Book Store will be delivered gratis to any person who will call or send for them.--Printing, in its various branches, done on moderate terms with neatness and dispatch. [Albany, N.Y.] : Printed by Whiting, Leavenworth and Whiting., [1802] New York (State) 1802
  The Wonderful advantages of adventuring in the lottery!! : Extracted from The cheap repository. Boston: : Printed and sold by E. Lincoln, Water-Street., 1802. Massachusetts 1802
Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839. Sir, I take the liberty to send you some copies of my proposals for a family Bible, which I request you will have the goodness to send to such gentlemen, in your neighbourhood, particularly clergymen, as will be likely to patronise the undertaking cordially. ... [Philadelphia : Mathew Carey, 1802] Pennsylvania 1802
  The Medley; or, Evening's entertainment: : containing, 1. The way to wealth. 2. The advantages of industry over sloth. 3. The power of gold. 4. The honor and advantages of truth. 5. Honesty and generosity exemplified. 6. Gratitude and piety. 7. Liberality. 8. Tenderness to mothers. 9. Cruelty to insects. 10. The folly of being over positive; evidenced in the history of the camelion. 11. On the taking of bird's nests. 12. Family love and harmony. 13. Sketches from the life of Gen. Washington. 14. Demosthenes and Aeschines; or, Rivalship without enmity. Albany, : Printed by C.R. & G. Webster, at their bookstore, corner of State and Pearl-streets,, 1802. New York (State) 1802
Henry, William, 1774-1836. An epitome of chemistry, : in three parts. : Part I. Intended to facilitate to the student, the acquisition of chemical knowledge, by minute instructions for the performance of experiments. Part II. Directions for the analysis of mineral waters; of earths and stones; of ores; of metals; and of mineral bodies in general. Part III. Instructions for applying chemical tests and re-agents to various useful purposes. / By William Henry. Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by James Humphreys, at the N.W. corner of Walnut and Dock-street., 1802. Pennsylvania 1802
Sampson, Ezra, 1749-1823. The sham-patriot unmasked. Hudson [N.Y.]: : Printed by Sampson, Chittenden & Croswell, for selves and William E. Norman., 1802. New York (State) 1802
Carleton, Osgood, 1742-1816. Map of the district of Maine Massachusetts [cartographic material] / compiled from actual surveys made by order of the General Court, and under the inspection of agents of their appointment by Osgood Carleton. ; Drawn by G. Graham. Engrad. by J. Callender & S. Hill Boston. Boston: : Published by B. & J. Loring,, 1802. Massachusetts 1802
Carleton, Osgood, 1742-1816. Map of Massachusetts proper [cartographic material] : compiled from actual surveys made by order of the General Court, and under the inspection of agents of their appointment. / By Osgood Carleton. ; Engraved by Joseph Callender and Samuel Hill Boston 1801. ; Vignette drawn by G. Graham. Boston : Published by B. & J. Loring,, 1802. Massachusetts 1802
Merrill, Phinehas, 1767-1815. A plan of the compact part of the town of Exeter, [cartographic material] : at the head of the southerly branch of Piscataqua River. / By P. Merrill. 1802. A. Peasley sc. [New Hampshire : s.n., 1802] New Hampshire 1802
De Witt, Simeon, 1756-1834. A map of the state of New York [cartographic material] / by Simeon De Witt surveyor general MDCCCII. ; Engraved by G. Fairman Albany. [New York : s.n., 1802] New York (State) 1802
Arrowsmith, Aaron, 1750-1823. A map exhibiting all the new discoveries in the interior parts of North America, [cartographic material] : inscribed by permission to the honourable governor and company of adventurers of England trading into Hudsons Bay. / In testimony of their liberal communications to their most obedient and very humble servant, A. Arrowsmith, hydrographer to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. [London] : No. 10 Soho Square January 1st 1795., Additions to 1802. England 1802
Amoskeag Canal Lottery. Amoskeag Canal Lottery. : The object of this lottery was to complete the canal. ... [New Hampshire : s.n., 1803] New Hampshire 1803
Barbauld, Mrs. (Anna Letitia), 1743-1825. Lessons for children, : from two to five years old. : Adorned with cuts engraved by James Akin. Part I. From two to four years old [-Part II. From four to five years old]. Wilmington, Del. : Printed and sold wholesale and retail by James Wilson, at the Mirror Book-Store and Printing-Office., --1803. Delaware 1803
Bunyan, John, Jun. The Devil in Hardwick. Printed at Northampton [Mass. : s.n., 1803]. Massachusetts 1803
By George. George Spangler, &c. : To the people at York, and all those who are acquainted with the character of George Spangler ... [York, Pa. : s.n., 1803] Pennsylvania 1803
Candidus. To Doctor John K. Read. : Sir, It might have been expected, that the experience which you have had, would have instilled into you some portion of wisdom ... You have been charged and tried for delivering in your official character, as an alderman of the borough of Norfolk, a man up to the British consul, by whom he was sent to the West Indies, tried, condemned and executed. ... [Norfolk, Va. : s.n., 1803] Virginia 1803
Collins, William, 1721-1759. The poetical works of William Collins. : Containing his Miscellanies, Oriental eclogues, Odes descriptive and allegorical, &c. &c. &c. : Also his Ode on the popular superstitions of the Highlands of Scotland. : With the author's life, and observations, by Dr. Langhorne. Philadelphia. : Printed by A. Bartram., 1803. Pennsylvania 1803
Cooke, Thomas, Rev., A.B. The new and complete universal letter-writer: or, New art of polite correspondence. : Containing a course of interesting original letters, on the most important, instructive, and entertaining subjects, which may serve as copies for inditing letters on the various occurrences in life: particularly on advice, affection, affluence ... trade, truth, virtue, wit, &c. And a set of complimental cards, suited to the various occasions on which an extraordinary degree of politeness should be observed. / By the Rev. Thomas Cook [i.e., Cooke], A.B. and one of authors of the New royal and universal dictionary of arts and sciences in England. ; To which are added forms of mortgages, deeds, bonds, powers of attorney, indentures, &c. as they are now executed by gentlemen of distinguished abilities in the law, in the United States. Also--the usual stile of address for the principal public officers in the United States. New-York: : Printed by G. & R. Waite, no. 64, Maiden-Lane., 1803. New York (State) 1803
Dartmouth College. Commencement at Dartmouth College, August 24, 1803. : The order of the public exercises. [Hanover, N.H. : Printed by Moses Davis, 1803] New Hampshire 1803
Dickson, William, 1770-1816. Washington, March 3rd, 1803. : Sir, Except for the ordinary objects of government, few laws have been passed during the present session. Of those, which in their effect have any relation to the western country, I shall give you some account ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1803] District of Columbia 1803
Dodsley, Robert, 1703-1764. The economy of human life. / By Dodsley: ; A picture of the female character, as it ought to appear. / By G. Horne, D.D. &c. New-York, : Printed & published by Elliot & Hunt, 32, Chatham-Street., [1803] New York (State) 1803
Dunn, Samuel, 1746-1843. An elegy, on the death of Mr. Henery Cook, of New Salem (Mass.) : who was killed by a fall from the third loft of a house, in Utica, N.Y. November 23, 1803. In the forty-second year of his age. [Greenwich, Mass.? : Printed by John Howe?, 1803] Massachusetts 1803
Elector. Fellow citizens of York County, : Do not suffer yourselves to be led astray, or be confused at the ensuing election ... [York, Pa. : s.n., 1803] Pennsylvania 1803
Emmet, Robert, 1778-1803. A correct copy of the speech of Robert Emmet, Esq. : delivered at the Sessions House, Dublin, on the 19th September, 1803, before Lord Norbury, one of the chief judges of the Court of King's Bench, and others, before whom he had been convicted of high treason. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1803?] Pennsylvania 1803
Freemasons. Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. In quarterly communication, Boston, June 13, A.L. 5803 [i.e., 1803]. : The subsequent admonition of the Grand Lodge of Great-Britain, having been read; on motion, it was voted--that the grand corresponding secretary communicate a copy thereof to the several lodges under this jurisdiction ... [Boston : s.n., 1803] Massachusetts 1803
Friend of youth. The happy family; or, Winter evenings' employment. : Consisting of reading and conversations, in seven parts. / By a friend of youth. ; With cuts by Anderson. ; [Three lines from Hannah More] [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press. For Increase Cooke & Co., 1803. Connecticut 1803
Bible. Old Testament. Selections. Latin. 1803. Selectae e Veteri Testamento, historiae; or Select passages from the Old Testament. : To which is added, an alphabetical vocabulary, or dictionary of the words contained in this book; wherein the primitives of compound and derivative words are minutely traced, and the irregularities of anomalous nouns and verbs are particularly mentioned. : For the use of those who are entering on the study of the Latin language. : [One line of Latin text] / By James Hardie, A.M. teacher of the Greek and Latin languages. Philadelphia: : Printed by Budd and Bartram., 1803. Pennsylvania 1803
Pilkington, Mrs. (Mary), 1766-1839. Emma Hamilton, or Human vicissitudes; : to which are added, The history of Horace Lascells; Filial intrepidity, a real incident, copied from the history of Holland; The hungry family, and Confidence in God. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press. For Increase Cooke & Co., 1803. Connecticut 1803
Adams, Daniel, 1773-1864. The Understanding reader; or, Knowledge before oratory. : Being a new selection of lessons, suited to the understandings and the capacities of youth, and designed for their improvement, I. In reading. II. In the definition of words. III. In spelling, particularly, compound and derivative words. : In a method wholly different from any thing of the kind ever before published. / By Daniel Adams, M.B. author of The scholar's arithmetic, Thorough scholar, &c. ; [Two lines from Franklin] ; Published according to act of Congress. Printed at Leominster, Massachusetts. : By Adams & Wilder,, Sept. 20, 1803. Massachusetts 1803
Bradford, Samuel, 1759?-1818. Catalogue of books, stationary, and fancy articles, for sale, on moderate terms, by Samuel F. Bradford; no. 4, South Third-Street, Philadelphia, : who, frequently, in the course of the year, imports a large assortment of the newest and most approved works, in every branch of science and literature. [Philadelphia] : Printed by Robert Carr, Church-Alley., 1803. Pennsylvania 1803
Episcopal Church. The book of common prayer, and administration of the sacraments, and other ceremonies of the church, : according to the use of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America: : together with the Psalter, or Psalms of David. New-York: : Printed by George Forman, no. 64, Water-Street, for Peter Brynberg, bookseller, Wilmington, Delaware., 1803[.] New York (State) 1803
Bible. Psalms. German. Luther. 1803. Der Psalter des Königs und Propheten Davids, / verdeutschet von D. Martin Luther, ; mit kurzen Summarien oder Inhalt jedes Psalmen. ; Und mit vielen Parallelen oder gleichen Schrift-stellen. Germantaun [Pa.] : Gedruckt bey Michael Billmeyer,, 1803. Pennsylvania 1803
  The Juvenile budget. : Being a collection of entertaining fables, intended as a present for all those good girls and boys who behave according to the following rules: that is, do as they are bid, come when they are called, and shut the door after them. Boston: : Printed by N. Coverly,, 1803. Massachusetts 1803
Bible. New Testament. English. 1803. The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ: / translated out of the original Greek; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. ; (Appointed to be read in churches and families.) Whitehall [Penn.]: : Printed for William Young, Bank Street, the first on the right hand from Chesnut Street, Philadelphia., 1803. Pennsylvania 1803
Bible. English. Authorized. 1803. The Holy Bible, : containing the Old and New Testaments: / translated out of the original tongues; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Philadelphia: : Printed for Mathew Carey, no. 118, High-Street. Robert Cochran, printer., 1803. Pennsylvania 1803
Somerville, Elizabeth, 1774- Charlotte, or The pleasing companion, for young misses. / Written by a lady. ; With beautiful engravings. New-York: : Printed for T.B. Jansen & Co. booksellers and stationers, no. 248, Pearl-Street., 1803. New York (State) 1803
  The Tragical death of an apple-pye, : who was cut in pieces, and eat by twenty-five gentlemen. : For all pretty masters and misses. New-York: : Printed by T.B. Jansen & Co. no. 248 Pearl-Street., 1803. New York (State) 1803
Clarke, John, 1687-1734. An introduction to the making of Latin. : Comprising, after an easy, compendious method, the substance of the Latin syntax. With proper English examples, most of them translations from the classic authors, in one column, and the Latin words in another. / By John Clarke, late master of the public grammar school in Hull. Leominster, (Mass.) : Printed by Adams & Wilder.--, 1803. Massachusetts 1803
  The American pilot: : containing the navigation of the sea-coast of North-America, from the streights [sic] of Belle-Isle to Essequibo, including the island and banks of Newfoundland, the West-India islands, and all the islands on the coast. : With particular directions for sailing to, and entering the principal harbours, rivers, &c. : Describing also the capes, headlands, rivers, bays, roads, havens, harbours, straits, rocks, sands, shoals, banks, depths of water, and anchorage. : Shewing the courses and distances from one place to another, the ebbing of the sea, the setting of the tides and currents, &c. : With many other things necessary to be known in navigation. : Likewise, necessary directions for those who are not fully acquainted with the use of charts. Boston: : Published and sold by William Norman, book and chart-seller., --1803. Massachusetts 1803
  A Map of the United States of America. [cartographic material] / Drawn from the latest authorities. Boston : [s.n.], Publish'd 1803. Massachusetts 1803
  Map of the world. [cartographic material] : With the most recent discoveries 1803. [United States : s.n., 1803] United States 1803
  A Map of Louisiana [cartographic material] / compiled from a manuscript French map, McMurray's map of the United States and Hutchin's map of the Mississippi &c. [Philadelphia : John Conrad & Co., 1803] Pennsylvania 1803
Allen, Jonathan. Verses, composed on the death of Mrs. Anna Wood, : consort of Deacon Wood, of Halifax, Vt. who died, March twelfth, 1804, in the forty first year of her age.---- : Also, some thoughts on the happy state of the righteous, and the miserable state of the wicked. / By Jonathan Allen. [Brattleboro, Vt.? : Printed by William Fessenden?, 1804] Vermont 1804
Arrowsmith, Aaron, 1750-1823. A new and elegant general atlas, : comprising all the new discoveries, to the present time; containing sixty three maps, / drawn by Arrowsmith and Lewis. [Philadelphia] : Published by John Conrad & Co. Philadelphia; M. & J. Conrad Co. Baltimore; Rapin, Conrad & Co. Washington City; Somervell & Conrad, Petersburg; Bonsal, Conrad & Co. Norfolk., 1804. Pennsylvania 1804
  Authentic documents, relative to the duel which put a period to the existence of Gen. Alexander Hamilton, of the city of New-York, in the 48th year of his age. : Together with an explanation of the conduct, motives, and views of General Hamilton, written with his own hand on the evening preceeding the interview with Col. Burr, and only to have been seen in the deplorable event that followed. : To which are annexed the general's will, and letters of Dr. Cooper, the pretext on which Mr. Burr grounded his challenge. [Huntingdon, Pa.] : Printed [by John McCahan?] at Huntingdon,, 1804. Pennsylvania 1804
Birch and Small. A proposal by William Y. Birch & Abraham Small, of Philadelphia, for publishing a new and celebrated work, : entitled Wonders of nature and art: or, A concise account of whatever is most curious and remarkable in the world: whether relating to its animal, vegetable, and mineral productions, or, to the manufactures, buildings, and inventions of its inhabitants. : Compiled from historical and geographical works of established celebrity, and illustrated with the discoveries of modern travellers. By the Rev. Thomas Smith, author of the Universal atlas, Sacred mirror, &c. Revised, corrected, and improved, by James Mease, M.D. member of the American Philosophical Society, and corresponding member of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester. : Subscriptions received by Birch and Small, no. 37, South Second Street. [Philadelphia : Printed by Robert Carr?, 1804] Pennsylvania 1804
Boston Female Asylum. Order of performances, for the fourth anniversary of the Boston Female Asylum. : September 21, 1804. [Boston : s.n., 1804] Massachusetts 1804
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. The heavenly footman: or, A description of the man that gets to heaven: : together with the way he runs in, the marks he goes by, and some directions how to run so as to obtain. / By John Bunyan. ; To which is added, the life and death of the said John Bunyan, and also his last sermon. ; [Five lines from Genesis] Philadelphia: : Printed by and for Engles & Stiles, no. 248, South Third-Street., 1804. Pennsylvania 1804
Cato. Republican electors of York District. : The following is in answer to a flaming writer in the Eastern argus of the 25th October, who signs himself "Duty." : Fellow citizens, Will the just indignation of Republicans never be roused? ... [Portland, Me.? : : s.n., 1804] Maine 1804
Colman, George, 1762-1836. Love laughs at lock-smiths: : a comic opera, in two acts. / Translated from the French piece called Une folie, as performed with universal applause at the Hay-Market Theatre London. Baltimore: : Printed by Cole & Hewes, for Samuel Butler., 1804. Maryland 1804
Columbian Museum (Boston, Mass.) The Columbian Museum, Milk-Street, Boston, is opened, every day and evening, : as usual--containing a large collection of natural and artificial curiosities---viz. Boston: : Printed by J. Ball, no. 12, Congress-Street--Where ornamental, and all other kinds of letter-press printing is executed ..., [between 1804 and 1806] Massachusetts 1804
Cooke, Thomas, Rev., A.B. The new and complete letter writer: or, New art of polite correspondence. : Containing a course of interesting original letters, on the most important, instructive, and entertaining subjects: which may serve as copies for indicting letters on the various occurrences in life. : And a set of complimentary cards, suited to the various occasions on which an extraordinary degree of politeness should be observed. / By the Rev. Thomas Cook [i.e., Cooke], A.B. and one of the authors of the New royal and universal dictionary of arts and sciences in England. ; To which are added, forms of mortgages, deeds, bonds, powers of attorney, indentures, &c. as they are now executed by gentlemen of distinguished abilities in the law in the United States. Also,--the usual stile of address for the principal public officers in the United States. New-York: : Printed by W.W. Vermilye, for Evert Duyckinck., 1804. New York (State) 1804
Dumesnil, Anthony. Anthony Dumesnil, no. 24, Union-Street, Boston. : Is now able to inform his friends of the reception of his supply of goods, which compleats his winter assortment of watches, jewelry, and fancy goods ... [Boston : s.n., 1804] Massachusetts 1804
Eichelberger, Jacob, 1746-1811. To the independent electors of York County [Pa.]. : In order to injure our election, and promote his own, Benjamin Hersh, by the most unjustifiable means, has contrived and circulated a report, that we bought out Robert Wilson, Lewis Wampler, and Ignatius Leitner, who were also candidates for the sheriff's-office ... [York, Pa. : s.n., 1804] Pennsylvania 1804
  An Elegiac ode, : on the melancholy death of fifteen seamen, who were drowned, or perished on board the wrecks of the schooners Dove and Robin, belonging to Kittery, near the coast of Ipswich, in Massachusetts, on the gloomy and memorable night of the 9th October, A.D. 1804. [Portsmouth, N.H.] : Printed and sold [by John Whitelock], at the Star office., [1804] New Hampshire 1804
Franklin Musical Society. Order of performance, of the yearly exhibition of the Franklin Musical Society, : at the Rev. Dr. West's meeting-house [i.e., Hollis Street Church, Boston], Monday evening, March 26, 1804. [Boston] : Gilbert and Dean printers, State-Street., [1804] Massachusetts 1804
Friend to inland navigation. Observations on the proposed canal. [Wilmington, Del.] : J. Wilson, printer--Wilmington., [1804] Delaware 1804
  Hoch-deutsches lutherisches A B C und Namen Büchlein, : für Kinder, welche anfangen zu lernen. Germantaun [Pa.]. : Gedruckt und zu haben von Michael Billmeyer., 1804. Pennsylvania 1804
Hoffman, Zachariah. Directions for medicine chests, : put up agreeable to an act of Congress, by Zachariah Hoffman, druggist & apothecary, corner of 5th & Spruce-Street, Philadelphia. [Philadelphia : s.n., between 1804 and 1807] Pennsylvania 1804
  An Impartial narrative of the late unfortunate interview between Aaron Burr, and A. Hamilton, Esqrs. : Containing the whole correspondence relative to that deplorable event. : Together with the letters of Bishop Moore, and the Rev. J.M. Mason, with the will of the general, and verdict of the jury. New-York: : Printed for the purchaser., 1804. New York (State) 1804
Massachusetts. Militia. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. General orders. Head-quarters, March 8, 1804. : The military establishment on which the American governments seem principally to rely is the militia ... [Boston : s.n., 1804] Massachusetts 1804
Moore, Thomas, 1760-1822. An essay on the most eligible construction of ice-houses. : Also, a description of the newly invented machine called the refrigerator. / By Thomas Moore. Baltimore: : Printed by Cole & Hewes, for Vincent Bonsal, 192 Market-Street., 1804. Maryland 1804
  On John Battis [i.e., Battus], : a mulatto, aged 19 years, who is to be executed this day, at Dedham, for the inhuman murder of Miss Salome Talbot [i.e., Talbott], of Canton, aged 13 years, which was perpetrated in that town on the 28th of June last. [Boston or Dedham, Mass.? : s.n., 1804] Massachusetts 1804
Z. The Political camera obscura, or Democracy upside down. [Northampton, Mass.] Printed at the Hive Office., [1804] Massachusetts 1804
  Poor Morgan. : Having exposed the poor Behrens' calumny, we now vindicate the character of Col. Burr against the Morgan story. ... [New York : s.n., 1804] New York (State) 1804
Spalding, Lyman, 1775-1821. Bill of mortality, for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A.D. 1803. / By Lyman Spalding, M.B. &c. [Portsmouth, N.H. : s.n., 1804] New Hampshire 1804
Stewart, John, 1749-1822. The lyceum, or, School of philosophy; by John Stewart, the traveller. : A course of lectures on the human understanding ... [New York State? : s.n., 1804?] New York (State) 1804
  To farmers, and others inclined to join a new settlement, : which has commenced in Lycoming County, state of Pennsylvania, within one hundred and eighty miles of the city of Philadelphia, and about thirty of Williamsport, the county-town. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1804] Pennsylvania 1804
  Violent storm. : Boston, October 15, 1804. [Boston : s.n., 1804] Massachusetts 1804
Dow, Lorenzo, 1777-1834. Lorenzo's thoughts, on various religious opinions. : [Two lines from Daniel] Lynchburg [Va.]-- : Printed by John Weaver., 1804. Virginia 1804
Dow, Lorenzo, 1777-1834. The second part of Lorenzo's thoughts, : in an address to the people of Virginia. : [Two lines of Scripture text] Richmond: : Printed by S. Pleasants, Junior., May, 1804. Virginia 1804
Everett, David, 1770-1813. An oration, in vindication of Free Masonry, from the aspersions of Barruel and others; : delivered at Washington, N.H. at the installation of Mount-Vernon Lodge, September 28, A.L. 5803. / By Brother David Everett. ; [Two lines in Latin] [Amherst, N.H.] : Joseph Cushing, printer, Amherst, N.H., March, 1804. New Hampshire 1804
Brazer, Samuel, 1785-1823. Address, pronounced at Worcester, on May 12th, 1804. In commemoration of the cession of Louisiana to the United States. / By Samuel Brazer, Junior. Printed at Worcester [Mass.], : by Sewall Goodridge., June 1804. Massachusetts 1804
Brown, Charles Brockden, 1771-1810. Advertisement. : December 25, 1804. The Literary magazine has been carried on with more success than the editor had any reason to expect ... [Philadelphia : Printed by T. & G. Palmer, 1804] Pennsylvania 1804
Burder, George, 1752-1832. The pleasures of religion. : (Addressed particularly to youth.) : A sermon, / by George Burder. Boston: : Printed and sold by E. Lincoln, Water-Street. (2 dolls. 25 cts. per 100.), [1804?] Massachusetts 1804
Burder, George, 1752-1832. A sermon on the Sabbath or Lord's Day. / By the Reverend George Burder, of Coventry, in England. ; [Three lines of Scripture texts] [Salem, Mass.] : Printed by Joshua Cushing, Salem, who has for sale, either single, or bound in two handsome volumes, price one dollar each, Burder's "Village sermons," consisting of fifty two "plain and short discourses on the principal doctrines of the Massachusetts 1804
Durell, William, 1766?-1845. Durell's New-York primer, or A first book for children. [New York] Published at the book-store of William Durell, no. 106 Maiden-Lane., 1804. New York (State) 1804
  The French convert: : being a true relation of the happy conversion of a noble French lady, from the errors and superstitions of popery, to the reformed religion, by means of a Protestant gardener, her servant. : Wherein is shewn, her sufferings on account of her conversion:--her wonderful deliverance from two assassins, hired by popish priests to murder her:--her miraculous preservation in a wood, for two years--and how she was at last providentially found by her husband--who, together with her parents, and many others, turned from popery, and embraced the true religion. [Philadelphia?] : Printed for the purchasers., 1804. Pennsylvania 1804
Danforth, Thomas, 1772-1817. An oration, pronounced July 4, 1804, at the request of the selectmen of the town of Boston, : in commemoration of the anniversary of American independence. / By Dr. Thomas Danforth. ; [Six lines in Latin] Boston, : Printed by Russell and Cutler., 1804. Massachusetts 1804
Boston (Mass.). Convention (1804) Report of the committee of the town convention. : The delegates from the several wards of the town of Boston, for the purpose of "considering what alterations in the county and town government may be necessary, and to devise a plan therefor," report, the following plan ... [Boston] : Gilbert and Dean, printers, no. 78, State-Street, corner of Wilson's Lane, Boston., [1804] Massachusetts 1804
Bachmair, John James, -1778. A complete German grammar, : containing the theory of the language through all the parts of speech. / By John James Bachmair, M.A. ; To which are prefixed rules for pronunciation and spelling. Philadelphia: : Printed by Henry Sweitzer, at the corner of Race and Fourth-Streets., M,DCCC,IV. [1804] Pennsylvania 1804
Bible. Psalms. German. Luther. 1804. Der Psalter des Königs und Propheten Davids, / verdeutschet von D. Martin Luther, ; mit kurzen Summarien oder Inhalt jedes Psalmen. ; Und mit vielen Parallelen oder gleichen Schrift-stellen. Germantaun [Pa.] : Gedruckt bey Michael Billmeyer,, 1804. Pennsylvania 1804
Bible. Psalms. German. Luther. 1804. Der Psalter des Königs und Propheten Davids, / verteutschet von D. Martin Luther, ; mit kurzen Summarien oder Inhalt jedes Psalmen. ; Und  berichtigen Parallelen oder gleichen Schriftstellen. Philadelphia: : Gedruckt bey Heinrich Schweitzer, am Eck der Rees und Vierten-Strasse., 1804. Pennsylvania 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
Curtius. An address to the freeholders of the state of New-York. / By Curtius. New-York: : Printed for the author., 1804. New York (State) 1804
Bible. Selections. English. Authorized. 1804. Lessons in reading: : Being select passages from the Scriptures; : chiefly from the prophecies of Isaiah. : To serve as an early introduction to reading. Philadelphia: : Printed for Benjamin Johnson, no. 31, Market-Street., 1804. Pennsylvania 1804
Bible. English. Authorized. 1804. The Holy Bible: : containing the Old and New Testaments; / translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations, diligently compared and revised. ;  In flour volumes. Vol. I[-IV]. Philadelphia: : Published by Benjamin Johnson, no. 31, Market-Street. Robert Carr, printer., 1804. Pennsylvania 1804
Bible. English. Authorized. 1804. The Holy Bible: : containing the Old and New Testaments; / translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations, diligently compared and revised. ;  In flour volumes. Vol. I[-IV]. Philadelphia: : Published by Benjamin Johnson, no. 31, Market-Street, and W.P. & Lem. Blake, Boston. Robert Carr, printer., 1804. Pennsylvania 1804
Republique, Uriac Faber. The Federal catechism metamorphosed: or The natural spirit of Federalism exposed, from the works of their Federal holiness. : Calculated for the meridian of Grafton; but will serve for the whole of New-Hampshire, and any other of the Federal states, without any material alteration. : For the use of schools. [New Hampshire?] : Printed for the purchasers., 1804. New Hampshire 1804
Carleton, Osgood, 1742-1816. The South-American pilot: : containing, ... / The whole taken from the latest and most approved European publications revised and corrected by Osgood Carleton, Esq. teacher of mathematics, Boston. ; Published according to Act of Congress. Boston: : Published and sold by William Norman, book and chart-seller., 1804. (Price five dollars.) Massachusetts 1804
Haughton, James, 1756- A memoir of the Moheagan [i.e., Mohegan] Indians. : Written in the year M.DCCC.IV. [Boston : s.n., 1804] Massachusetts 1804
Billings, William, 1746-1800. The Psalm-singer's amusement. : Containing, I. A gamut and explanations of the rules of music, &c. II. A number of plain, easy and useful tunes, from the best authors, ancient and modern, and well adapted to schools, churches and families, in the United States. ... N.B. As this book was printed at different times, the first eight pages are called additional, lately prefixed to the succeeding pages. ... [Greenwich, Mass. : John Howe, between 1804 and 1810?] Massachusetts 1804
Billings, William, 1746-1800. The Psalm-singer's amusement. : Containing, I. A gamut and explanations of the rules of music, &c. II. A number of plain, easy and useful tunes, from the best authors, ancient and modern, and well adapted to schools, churches and families, in the United States. ... N.B. As this book was printed at different times, the first eight pages are called additional, lately prefixed to the succeeding pages. ... [Greenwich, Mass. : John Howe, between 1804 and 1810?] Massachusetts 1804
Mason, Elnathan, 1754-1811. The conversion of a deist; or, A short account of the life of Elnathan Mason. : [Two lines of Scripture texts] Printed at Utica [N.Y.], : by request of the author., 1804. New York (State) 1804
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: : Printed by Sage and Clough, for T.B. Jansen and Co. booksellers and stationers, no. 248, Pearl-Street, New-York., 1804. New York (State) 1804
Blue Beard. A new history of Blue Beard, / written by Gaffer Black Beard, for the amusement of Little Lack Beard and his pretty sisters. Stonington [Conn.]: : Printed by Samuel Trumbull., 1804. Connecticut 1804
Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church (1802-1822). Presbytery of New York. Pastoral letter from the Associate-Reformed Presbytery of New-York. [Newburgh, N.Y.? : s.n., 1804] New York (State) 1804
Walker, John, 1732-1807. A critical pronouncing dictionary and expositor of the English language: : in which, the meaning of every word is explained, the sound of every syllable distinctly shown; and where words are subject to different pronunciations, the preferable one is pointed out by being placed first. : With directions to foreigners, for acquiring a knowledge of the use of this dictionary. / By John Walker, author of Elements of elocution, Rhyming dictionary, &c. &c. ; Abridged and adapted to the use of citizens of the United States. New-York: : Published by Daniel D. Smith, 70, Vesey-Street. A. Forman, printer., 1804. New York (State) 1804
Johns, Joel, 1754-1814. Patent churning machine. : Whereas, Isaac Baker, of Amherst in the county of Hampshire and commonwealth of Massachusetts, has duly purchased and obtained letters patent ... bearing date the twentieth of February ... one thousand eight hundred and two ... granting to him ... the full, exclusive right and liberty of making, constructing, using, and vending to others to be used or vended ... a machine for churning ... [Hartford : s.n., 1804] Connecticut 1804
Battus, John, 1785-1804. The confession of John Battus, : a mulatto, aged 19 years and 7 months, who was executed at Dedham, November 8, 1804, for the crimes of a most cruel rape and murder on the body of Salome Talbott, of Canton, in the 14th year of her age. [Dedham, Mass. : Printed by Herman Mann, 1804] Massachusetts 1804
Mason, William, 1725-1797. Elfrida, : a tragedy, / by William Mason, M.A. [Baltimore : Printed by Warner & Hanna, 1804] Maryland 1804
Simmons, Amelia. American cookery: or The art of dressing viands, fish, poultry, & vegetables, and the best mode of making puff-pastes, pies, tarts, puddings, custards, and preserves. And all kinds of cakes, from the imperial plumb to plain cake. : Adapted to this country, and all grades of life. / By Amelia Simmons, an American orphan. Salem, (N.Y.) : Printed by Dodd & Rumsey, for Charles R. &  George Webster, Albany., 1804. New York (State) 1804
A. Z. An address delivered before the N********** M********* C******, : on Monday evening, July 1, 1805, by the secretary. : Published by request of the company. [United States : s.n., 1805] United States 1805
Bingham, Amos, 1780-1861. A geographical chart: or, A scheme, comprehending the most important particulars relative to the geography of North and South-America. : Designed to be an auxiliary to the student. / Carefully compiled from the best authorities, by Amos Bingham. ; (Copy-right secured.) [Albany] : (Printed at the Register-office, Albany, by John Barber.), [between 1805 and 1808] New York (State) 1805
Boston Female Asylum. Order of performances, for the fifth anniversary of the Boston Female Asylum. : September 20, 1805. [Boston] : Russell and Cutler, printers., [1805] Massachusetts 1805
Brown University. Catalogue of the officers and students of Brown University, in Providence, Rhode-Island, April 1st, 1805. [Providence : s.n., 1805] Rhode Island 1805
Campbell, George Washington, 1769-1848. City of Washington, 26th February, 1805. : Dear Sir, I have been induced to delay making a general communication until this late period of the session, in order to be enabled to lay before you a more complete view of the progress ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1805] District of Columbia 1805
Children in the wood (Ballad) The babes in the wood. : To which is added: Lines on visiting the grave of the little girl who was whipped to death by Arnold. Catskill [N.Y.]: : Printed for the proprietor., [not before 1805] New York (State) 1805
Colman, George, 1762-1836. Who wants a guinea? : A comedy, in five acts. / By George Colman, the younger. Author of John Bull, &c. &c. ; As performed at Covent-Garden, and the theatre, New-York. ; [Two lines in Latin from Cicero] New-York: : Published by D. Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1805. New York (State) 1805
Dilworth, Thomas, -1780. The schoolmaster's assistant, : being a compendium of arithmetic, both practical and theoretical. In five parts. ... The whole being delivered in the most familiar way of question and answer ... To which is prefixt, an essay on the education of youth; humbly offered to the consideration of parents. / By Thomas Dilworth, author of The new guide to the English tongue[,] Young book-keeper's assistant, &c. New-York: : Printed for Thomas Kirk, no. 48, Maiden-Lane., 1805. New York (State) 1805
Expounder. The mystery of the invisible lady unfoldfd [sic] and explained. Salem [Mass.]: : Printed for the purchasers., 1805. Massachusetts 1805
Federal Party (Mass.). Central Committee. Boston, June 13, 1805. : Sir, The Central Committee take leave to inform you that a large and respectable meeting of Federalists, assembled from all parts of the commonwealth, has been held in this town ... [Boston : s.n., 1805] Massachusetts 1805
Field, Deborah. A poem composed by a pious woman, soon after the taking of Cape-Breton, the first time; : upon Christian love and peace. joined with united fervent prayer, / Composed by Mrs. Deborah Field, 1745. [Boston] : Printed by N. Coverly, Jun.--Boston., [between 1805 and 1824] Massachusetts 1805
Folwell, Richard, 1768?-1814. Proposals, for publishing a weekly paper, to be called, the Spirit of the press. : Free to all parties, and adulterated by none. / By Richard Folwell. [Philadelphia : Published by Richard Folwell, 1805] Pennsylvania 1805
Franklin Musical Society. Order of performance of the Franklin Musical Society, : being their yearly exhibition, Monday evening, March 25, 1805. [Boston] : Gilbert & Dean, printers, State-Street., [1805] Massachusetts 1805
Freemasons. Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. From the east, the west, and the south, of the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. : To the right worshipful district deputy grand masters; right worshipful masters, and worshipful wardens, and other officers and members of the several lodges, in the commonwealth of Massachusetts. [Boston : s.n., 1805] Massachusetts 1805
Freemasons. St. John's Lodge (Boston, Mass.) St. John's annual visitation. Order of performances. [Boston : s.n., 1805] Massachusetts 1805
Guest, Henry. Observations on sheathing vessels; seasoning timber; the proper time to fall timber; the nature and what force it is that causes the sap to rise; : with a number of other valuable observations. [New Brunswick, N.J.] : Printed for the author, by A. Blauvelt., 1805. New Jersey 1805
  Injured humanity; : being a representation of what the unhappy children of Africa endure from those who call themselves Christians. [New York] : Printed and sold by Samuel Wood, no. 362, Pearl-Street., [between 1805 and 1808] New York (State) 1805
Jones, Samuel, 1735-1814. A brief history of the imposition of hands on baptised persons. [Philadelphia? : s.n., 1805?] Pennsylvania 1805
Porter, David, 1761-1851. A sermon, on divine decrees and moral necessity, reconciled with freedom of the will, in opposition to fatalism and natural compulsion, : argued from Scripture, reason and common sense. / By David Porter, pastor of a Church of Christ in Catskill. ; [Three lines of Scripture text] Windsor, (Vt.) : Printed by Alden Spooner., 1805. Vermont 1805
True preacher. Little preacher. : A descant on priestcraft. [Greenwich, Mass. : Printed by John Howe, 1805?] Massachusetts 1805
Z. A winter evening's amusement: or Democracy upright. [Northampton, Mass.] : Printed by T.M. Pomroy, at the Hive office., [1805] Massachusetts 1805
Arnold, Stephen, 1770 or 1771- The trial of Stephen Arnold, for the murder of Betsy Van Amburgh, a child six years of age: : before the Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Gaol Delivery, for the county of Otsego, at the court-house in Cooperstown, June 4, 1805. [New York State?] : Published according to act of Congress. From the Guttenberg Press--, 1805. New York (State) 1805
Bradford, Samuel, 1759?-1818. Catalogue of books belonging to the late Bishop Parker's library, : for sale, at auction, at S. Bradford's office, no. 5, Kilby-Street, Boston, on Thursday the 30th day of May, inst. : Sale to commence precisely 9 o'clock. [Boston : Samuel Bradford, 1805] Massachusetts 1805
Delaware. General Assembly. House of Representatives. Journal of the House of Representatives of the state of Delaware, : at a session of the General Assembly, begun and holden at Dover, on Tuesday the first day of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and five, agreeably to adjournment. Dover, Delaware: : Wootten & Allee, printers., 1805. Delaware 1805
Delaware. State Auditor's Department. Auditor's report, of the finances of the state of Delaware, for the year 1804. Dover, Delaware: : Wootten & Allee, printers., 1805. Delaware 1805
Children in the wood (Ballad) The two babes in the wood, or The Norfolk gentlemen's [sic] last will and testament. New-York: : Printed and sold [by G. & R. Waite] at no. 38 and 64, Maiden-Lane., [between 1805 and 1815] New York (State) 1805
Connecticut Medical Society. At the annual convention of the fellows of the Connecticut Medical Society, holden at New-Haven, October 16th and 17th, 1805. [New Haven : s.n., 1805] Connecticut 1805
Fiske, John, 1770-1855. The New-England spelling-book. : Calculated for common use among children of both sexes, in the New-England states. : Upon the same scheme, as to pronunciation, as Perry's; attempting, however, material improvements, by arranging the work in proper order for the pupil, disencumbering it of the useless, with which it abounds, and adding thereto the profitable. / By John Fiske, A.M. Brookfield Massachusetts, : Printed by E. Merriam & Co. Sold by them in Brookfield, and by the principal book-sellers in the New-England states., August, 1805. Massachusetts 1805
Chase, Samuel, 1741-1811. Impeachment of Samuel Chase, Esq. : one of the associate justices of the Supreme Court of the United States, with the articles exhibited against him by the House of Representatives; in support of their charges for high crimes and misdemeanors: supposed to have been committed by him: : with his Answer and pleas. Likewise the Replication of the House of Representatives. Baltimore: : Printed for Keatinge's Book Store., 1805. Maryland 1805
Barrett, C. F. The black castle; or The spectre of the forest. : An historical romance. / By C.F. Barrett. ; Founded on the spectacle of that name, performed at the Amphi-theatre of Arts, with unbounded applause, for nearly one hundred nights. ; To which is added Tracey Castle; or The parricide punished. A Gothic story. ; [Three lines of verse] New-York: : Printed by J. Swaine, no. 49, Pearl-Street., [1805?] New York (State) 1805
Bradford, William, 1776- Removal. : The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and [the] public, that he has removed from Providence to Scituate ... where he intends carrying on the cotton weaving & blue dyin[g.] He intends also to keep constantly on hand, a general assortment of West-India goods. Likewise, a complete assortment of family medicines ... [Providence. : s.n., 1805] Rhode Island 1805
Bible. English. Authorized. 1805. The Holy Bible; : containing the Old and New Testaments: / translated out of the original tongues; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Philadelphia: : Printed by Matthew Carey, no. 122, High-Street., 1805. Pennsylvania 1805
Bible. English. Authorized. 1806. The Holy Bible, : containing the Old and New Testaments: / translated out of the original tongues; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Philadelphia: : Printed by Matthew Carey, no. 122, High-Street., 1805. Pennsylvania 1805
Shaw, Charity, 1764?-1826. Indian medicines. : Recommendations and directions. [Boston : s.n., 1805?] Massachusetts 1805
Blue Beard. A new history of Blue Beard. / Written by Gaffer Black Beard. ; For the amusement of Little Lack Beard, and his pretty sisters. ; Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, Hew-Haven [sic]., 1805. Connecticut 1805
Brown, John, 1722-1787. A brief concordance to the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments, : by which all, or most, of the principal texts of Scripture may be easily found out. / By John Brown, late minister of the Gospel, at Haddington, in Scotland. ; [Two lines of Scripture texts] ; Revised and corrected. Brooklyn: : Printed by T. Kirk, and sold by him at his book-store, no. 48, Maiden-Lane, New-York., 1805. New York (State) 1805
Trip, Tommy. Tommy Trip's history of beasts. : With a cut to each page. : Published for the instruction and amusement of all little masters and misses. Philadelphia: : Printed by John Adams., 1805. Pennsylvania 1805
American lady. New American cookery, or Female companion. : Containing, full and ample directions for roasting, broiling, stewing, hashing, boiling, preserving, pickling, potting, fricasees, soups, puff-pastes, puddings, custards, pies, tarts, &c. Also, the making of wines and cheese. : Peculiarly adapted to the American mode of cooking. / By an American lady. New-York: : Published by D.D. Smith, 70, Vesey-Street. A. Forman, print., 1805. New York (State) 1805
Babcock, Elisha, 1753-1821. The child's spelling book: : calculated to render reading completely easy to little children; to impress upon their minds the importance of religion, and the advantages of good manners. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, New-Haven: for Evert Duyckinck, bookseller, no. 110, Pearl Street, New York., 1805. Connecticut 1805
Dodsley, Robert, 1703-1764. The oeconomy of human life, : complete in two parts / Translated from an Indian manuscript, written by an ancient Bramin. ; To which is prefixed, an account of the manner in which the said manuscript was discovered!! ; In a letter from an English gentleman residing in China, to the Earl of *******. Baltimore: : Printed by Fryer & Clark, corner of Market-Space, & Second-Street., 1805. Maryland 1805
  A New, and correct chart of Long Island Sound, [cartographic material] : from Montauk Point to Frog's Point, including Fisher's Island Sound, and Watch-Hill Reef. / Engr'd. by P. Maverick, N. York. [Newport, R.I.] : Published June 1st 1805 by John Cahoone, Newport, and N. Fosdick, New London., [1805] Connecticut 1805
A. W. A dandy song. / By A.W. [Boston? : s.n., between 1806 and 1826] Massachusetts 1806
Aikin, John, 1747-1822. Letters to a young lady, on a course of English poetry. / By J. Aikin, M.D. ; [Six lines of verse] Boston: : Published by Munroe & Francis, and by Thomas & Whipple, Newburyport., 1806. Massachusetts 1806
Austin, Samuel, 1760-1830. Worcester, (Massachusetts) August 18, 1806. : Sir, In January last we issued proposals for publishing by subscription, the complete works of the late Rev. Jonathan Edwards ... [Worcester, Mass. : Printed by Isaiah Thomas, Jun., 1806] Massachusetts 1806
Bible. English. Authorized. 1806. The Holy Bible: : containing the Old and New Testaments: together with the Apocrypha: / translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised, by the special command of King James I. of England. ; With marginal notes and references. ; To which are added, an index; an alphabetical table of all the names in the Old and New Testaments, with their significatons [i.e. significations] tables of Scripture weights, measures, and coins; John Brown's Concordance, &c. &c. &c. ; Embellished with a map of Palestine, and a map of the travels of the Apostles. Philadelphia: : Printed and published by Mathew Carey, no. 122, Market-Street., 1806. Pennsylvania 1806
Blodget, Samuel, 1724-1807. A great bargain. : To be sold, very cheap, by Samuel Blodget, of Derryfield, a farm lying in Goffstown, N.H. ... [New Hampshire : s.n., 1806] New Hampshire 1806
Blodget, Samuel, 1724-1807. To be sold, or let, a brick yard, : situated about seven miles above the Blodget Canal, on the western bank of Merrimack River ... Any person having a wish to examine the aforesaid premises and know the terms, is requested to call upon Samuel Blodget, or Samuel P. Kidder, at the canal at Amoskeag Falls [N.H.]. ... [New Hampshire : s.n., ca. 1806] New Hampshire 1806
Campbell, George Washington, 1769-1848. City of Washington, 11th April, 1806. : Dear Sir, At a time when the public mind is agitated by the unfavorable aspect, which our relations with foreign powers have for some time presented, it becomes a duty of the representatives of the people ... to make known to them the existing state of our national concerns. ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1806] District of Columbia 1806
Carpenter, S. C. (Stephen Cullen), -approximately 1820. Prospectus of a new paper. : Mr. Carpenter, once a proprietor, and, for three years, sole editor of the Charleston courier, begs leave to inform the public, that, at the instance of a considerable number of respectable persons, he has resolved to remain in New-York, for the purpose of conducting a paper in that city. ... he has purchased the Daily advertiser, which he begs leave to recommend to its present subscribers; and which he will publish under his own direction on Monday the first day of September next, under the title of The People's friend, and daily advertiser. ... [New York : S.C. Carpenter, 1806] New York (State) 1806
Chamberlin, Samuel, 1758 or 1759-1812. Auxiliary to health. : Description, use, and recommendations of Chamberlin's patent bilious cordial; with directions for applying the same. Boston: : Printed for the patentee, sign of the blue bottle, Court-Street, formerly part of Cambridge-Street., 1806. Massachusetts 1806
Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Company. The memorial and petition of the president and directors of the Chesapeak [i.e., Chesapeake] and Delaware Canal Company, to the honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. December 24, 1806. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1806] Pennsylvania 1806
Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Company. The memorial and petition of the president and directors of the Chesapeak [i.e., Chesapeake] and Delaware Canal Company, to the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. January 1, 1806. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1806] Pennsylvania 1806
Cheshire Turnpike Corporation. Charter and by-laws of the Cheshire Turnpike Corporation. : Published by vote of the proprietors. Keene, N.H.-- : Printed by John Prentiss., [1806?] New Hampshire 1806
Clemmens, Abel, 1774-1806. Cruel murder!! : A true account of the life and character of Abel Clemmens, who was executed, at Morgantown, Virginia, on Monday, the 30th of June, 1806, for the murder of his wife & eight children [Philadelphia] : Morgantown,--printed by J. Campbell Philadelphia, re-printed, for James O'Hara, walking-stationer., [1806] Pennsylvania 1806
Cock Robin. An elegy on the death and burial of Cock Robin. : With the story of the farmer's daughters. : To which is added, The tragical death of an apple-pye. : [Four lines of verse] : Embellished with elegant cuts. Philadelphia: : Printed by John Adams--, 1806. Pennsylvania 1806
Coles, John, 1749 or 1750-1809. Boston, June 4th, 1806. : Sir, Be pleased to excuse my addressing you on the following subject, but considering you as a member of the honorable General Court, I doubt not, you will interest yourself in promoting the publication of so important and expensive a work as the following. ... [Boston : s.n., 1806] Massachusetts 1806
Dexter, Timothy, 1747-1806. The last will and testament of His Excellency Sir Timothy Dexter, dec'd. : Together with a short sermon, by Jonathan Plummer, a travelling preacher; formerly poet laureat to his lordship. [Newburyport, Mass.] : Printed for and sold by Jonathan Plummer, at his basket in Market Square, Newburyport. ... [1806] Massachusetts 1806
Dickson, William, 1770-1816. Washington, April 6th, 1806. : Sir, At the commencement of the present session of Congress, our foreign relations wore a very serious and alarming aspect. ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1806] District of Columbia 1806
Eagle Fire Company of New-York. Eagle Fire Company of New-York. : Proposals for insuring houses, buildings, stores, ships in harbour, goods, wares, and merchandize, from loss or damage by fire. [New York : s.n., 1806] New York (State) 1806
Eagle Fire Company of New-York. Eagle Fire Company of New-York. : This policy of insurance witnesseth, that the Eagle Fire Company of New-York, in consideration of [blank] to them paid, by the insured herein after named, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, do insure [blank] against loss or damage by fire, to the amount of [blank] ... [New York : s.n., between 1806 and 1815] New York (State) 1806
Federal Party (Mass.). Central Committee. Boston, April 14, 1806. : The Central Committee have reason to believe, that the efforts of the friends to order, to promote the election of governor, have been crowned with success. ... [Boston : s.n., 1806] Massachusetts 1806
Federal Party (Mass.). Central Committee. Boston, Feb. 1806. : Sir, The Central Committee have taken measures to circulate two pamphlets, calculated, as they hope, to produce a favourable effect at the approaching election. ... [Boston : s.n., 1806] Massachusetts 1806
Hawksbill Society (Shenandoah County, Va.) Rules of the Hawksbill Society, (in the county of Shenandoah,) for apprehending horse thieves. Winchester [Va.]: : Printed by Richard Bowen., 1806. Virginia 1806
  Horrid massacre. : An authentic account of the horrid massacre on board the ship Atahualpa, at Milbank Sound, on the north west coast of America; : together with a song made on the occasion. [Boston? : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr.?, 1806?] Massachusetts 1806
Hulet, John. Murder and suicide. : The following lines were composed by John Hulet, on the melancholy catastrophe which took place at Westmoreland, Oneida County, in August, 1806, when Mrs. Sarah Halluck, after murdering her four children, committed the same act upon herself. [Utica, N.Y.? : s.n., 1806?] New York (State) 1806
  Look ere you leap; or, A history of the lives and intrigues of lewd women; : with the arraignment of their several vices. : To which is added, The character of a good woman. : [Six lines from Otway] [Philadelphia?] : Printed for the purchaser., 1806. Pennsylvania 1806
Magdalena, Josef Bruno. Privada y oficial correspondencia, de Don Josef Bruno Magdalena, Garcia de Vilouta, Santin, y Valcarcel, secretario de legacion de S.M.C. cerca de los Estados-Unidos de la América Septentrional, con el marques de Casa Yrujo, ministro plenipotenciario por S.M. cerca de los mismos Estados. : Y representaciones hechas ultimamente por Magdalena, al Exmo Señor Don Pedro Cevallos Guerra, caballero gran cruz de la Real y Distinguida Orden Española de Carlos III. Gentil-hombre de camara de S.M. con exercicio, su consejero de estado, y primer secretario de estado y del despacho universal de estado, &a. &a. &a. Para justa, debida, y natural vindicacion y defensa de su honor y conducta politica y privada injustamente ofendidos por varios escritos y procedimientos del citado marques; y por insultos y provocaciones de hecho cometidas por Don Martin Folch, cadete del Regimiento de la Luisiana, sugeto de su devocion y confianza. Philadelphia: : Printed by Wm. Duane, no. 106, Market Street., 1806. Pennsylvania 1806
Massachusetts. Militia. Company orders. Boston, September 29, 1806. : Mr. [blank] You being enrolled as a militia soldier, in the infantry company of military district no. 4, are hereby notified ... to appear at the usual place of parade, (in Centre-Street,) on Tuesday, the 7th day of October next ... [Boston] : Oliver & Munroe, printers, no. 78, State-Street, Boston., [1806] Massachusetts 1806
North Carolina. Militia. For the use of the Militia of North-Carolina. : An abstract of a system of military discipline, framed by the Hon. Baron Steuben, major-general and inspector-general of the armies of the United States. Raleigh [N.C.]: : Printed by J. Gales, printer to the state., 1806. North Carolina 1806
Aikin, John, 1747-1822. The farm-yard journal. : Also, the histories of the dog--cat--mouse--marten--and squirrel. : Ornamented with plates. New-York, : Published by T.B. Jansen, book-seller, 116 Broadway, opposite the City-Hotel. L. Nichols, print., 1806. Price 12 1-2 cents. New York (State) 1806
Arnold, Stephen, 1770 or 1771- Life & confession of Arnold, : who inhumanly whipped to death Eunice Van Alburg--his little niece aged 11 years, : To which is added--Arnold's address to young men. [Four lines of verse] Written by his request. : This book is recommended to parents and heads of families for their children. Albany, : Printed--by G. Hooker, for J. Carlton., [1806?] New York (State) 1806
Arnold, Stephen, 1770 or 1771- The trial of Stephen Arnold, for the murder of Betsey Van Amburgh, a child six years of age: : [b]efore the Court of Oyer and Terminer, and General Goal Delivery, for the county of Otsego, at the court-house in Cooperstown, June 4th, 1805. : Published according to act of Congress. [New York State? : s.n.], 1806. New York (State) 1806
Bingham, Caleb, 1757-1817. The young lady's accidence: or, A short and easy introduction to English Grammar. : Designed principally for the use of young learners, more especially those of the fair sex, though proper for either. / By Caleb Bingham, A.M. author of The child's companion, American preceptor, and Columbian orator. ; [Two lines of quotation] Boston: : Printed by E. Lincoln, for the author, no. 44, Cornhill., 1806. Massachusetts 1806
Bible. English. Authorized. 1806. The Holy Bible: : containing the Old and New Testaments: together with the Apocrypha: / translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised, by the special command of King James I. of England. ; With marginal notes and references. ; To which are added, an index; an alphabetical table of all the names in the Old and New Testaments, with their significations[,] tables of Scripture weights, measures, and coins; John Brown's Concordance, &c. &c. &c. ; Embellished with ten maps and twenty historical engravings. Philadelphia: : Printed and published by Mathew Carey, no. 122, Market-Street., 1806. Pennsylvania 1806
Banks, John, -1806. An authentic account of the trial of John Banks, for the murder of his wife Margaret Banks, : at the Court of Oyer and Terminer, held in and for the City and County of New-York, the 29th day of May, 1806. : Together with his examination & confession. [New York? : s.n., 1806?] New York (State) 1806
Burder, George, 1752-1832. Christ our benefactor. : A sermon. (Boston: : Sold by E. Lincoln, Water-Street. $ 2.25 pr. 100.), [1806] Massachusetts 1806
Burder, George, 1752-1832. The only foundation. : A sermon, / by George Burder. (Boston. : Sold by E. Lincoln, Water-Street. $2,25 per 100.), [1806?] Massachusetts 1806
Cock Robin. The death and burial of Cock Robin: : with the story of the farmer's daughters. : To which is added, The tragical death of an apple-pye. Albany: : Printed by E. & E. Hosford., 1806. New York (State) 1806
Cock Robin. The death and burial of Cock Robin: : with the story of the farmer's daughters. : To which is added, The tragical death of an apple-pye. : Ornamented with cuts. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press. New-Haven., 1806. Connecticut 1806
Billings, David. The oracle, / by David Billings. [Greenwich, Mass.] : John Howe, printer. Greenwich, August, 1806. Price six cents. Massachusetts 1806
Codwise, George. In the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and Correction of Errors. : On an appeal from a decree of the Court of Chancery. : Between George Codwise, Jun. and others, respondents, and Comfort Sands, Henry Sands, Lewis Sands, and Nathaniel Prime, appellants. : Case on the part of the respondents. Albany-- : Printed by Websters and Skinner., [1806?] New York (State) 1806
Clute, Douw. In the Court for the Trial of Impeachments, and Correction of Errors. : Between Douw Clute, appellant, and John Robison, respondent. Albany: : Printed by Charles R. and George Webster., 1806. New York (State) 1806
Baldwin, Thomas, 1753-1825. The baptism of believers only, and the particular communion of the Baptist churches, explained and vindicated. : In three parts. The first--published originally in 1789; the second--in 1794; the third--an appendix, containing additional observations and arguments, with strictures on several late publications. / By Thomas Baldwin. ; Part III. Boston: : Printed and sold by Manning & Loring, no. 2, Cornhill., 1806. Massachusetts 1806
England's timely remembrancer. England's timely remembrancer; or A warning from heaven to vile sinners on earth. : Being Mr. Brightley's last sermon, which he preached in his shroud, and died when he concluded it. : Giving an account of the holy life of the Rev. Mr. Richard Brightley [i.e., Brightly], minister, of Waltham--England. : Shewing how at several times he heard heavenly music, as he was at prayer, and saw several persons who appeared to him in white raiment, in the field that he called God's Field. Portland [Me.]: : Printed [by J. M'Kown] at the new printing office., [ca. 1806] Maine 1806
  The Child's library of useful knowledge: : containing a variety of entertaining and familiar stories, adapted to the capacities of children; interspersed with the history of birds. : Calculated to form the mind and mould the heart to sympathy and love. Vol. 1. : [Four lines of text] Pittsburgh: : From the press of Zadok Cramer -- and sold at his bookstore., 1806. Pennsylvania 1806
  The Manual exercise, as practised by the troops of the United States, : being the fifth chapter of Baron De Steuben's regulations, &c. entitled, "Of the instruction of recruits." Norwich [Conn.]: : Printed by Russell Hubbard., 1806. Connecticut 1806
Carr, John, Sir, 1772-1832. A northern summer: or Travels round the Baltick; : through Denmark, Sweden, Russia, Prussia, and part of Germany. In the year 1804. / By John Carr, Esq. author of The stranger in France, &c. &c. Hartford: : Published by Lincoln & Gleason, Cady & Eells, printers., 1806. Connecticut 1806
Charnock, John, 1756-1807. Biographical memoirs of Lord Viscount Nelson, : with observations critical and explanatory. : [One line Latin motto] / By John Charnock, Esq. F.S.A. Author of The biographia navalis, and The history of marine architecture, &c. &c. [Newburyport, Mass.] : Published by Thomas & Whipple, Newburyport., 1806. Massachusetts 1806
Chetwood, W. R. (William Rufus), -1766. The voyages & adventures of Captain Robert Boyle, in several parts of the world; : intermixed with the story of Mrs. Villars, an English lady, with whom he made his surprising escape from Barbary. New-York: : Printed for Richard Scott, 243 Pearl-St. Southwick & Hardcastle, printers., 1806. New York (State) 1806
Fenwick, E. (Eliza) Mary and her cat. : In words not exceeding, two syllables. Philadelphia. : Publish'd by Jacob Johnson, N. 147. Market Street., [1806?] Pennsylvania 1806
Blue Beard. A new history of Blue Beard. / Written by Gaffer Black Beard, for the amusement of all good boys and girls. Albany: : Printed and sold by the gross or dozen, by E. & E. Hosford., 1806. New York (State) 1806
Clarke, John, 1687-1734. An introduction to the making of Latin; : comprising, after an easy, compendious method, the substance of the Latin syntax: with proper English examples, most of them translations from the classic authors, in one column, and the Latin words in another. : To which is subjoined, in the same method, a succinct account of the affairs of antient Greece and Rome, intended at once to bring boys acquainted with history and the idiom of the Latin tongue: with rules for the gender of nouns. / By John Clarke, late master of the public grammar-school in Hull. Trenton: : Printed by James Oram, for Sage & Thompson, booksellers, no. 149, Pearl-Street, New-York., 1806. New Jersey 1806
Clarke, John, 1687-1734. An introduction to the making of Latin; : comprising, after an easy, compendious method, the substance of the Latin syntax: with proper English examples, most of them translations from the classic authors, in one column, and the Latin words in another. : To which is subjoined, in the same method, a succinct account of the affairs of antient Greece and Rome, intended at once to bring boys acquainted with history and the idiom of the Latin tongue: with rules for the gender of nouns. / By John Clarke, late master of the public grammar-school in Hull. Trenton: : Printed and sold by James Oram., 1806. New Jersey 1806
Cowper, William, 1731-1800. The task: : a poem--in six books. / By William Cowper, of the Inner Temple, Esq. Philadelphia: : Printed for Benjamin Johnson, Jacob Johnson, and Robert Johnson., 1806. Pennsylvania 1806
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. Memoirs of Richard Cumberland. / Written by himself. ; Containing an account of his life and writings, interspersed with anecdotes and characters of several of the most distinguished persons of his time, with whom he has had intercourse and connexion. [Philadelphia] : Published by Samuel F. Bradford, Philadelphia; Brisban and Brannan, New York;  and E. Morford, Charleston., 1806. Pennsylvania 1806
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., 1806. New York (State) 1806
Dennie, Joseph, 1768-1812. New prospectus of the Port folio. : An established literary journal. [Philadelphia : Printed by John Watts, 1806] Pennsylvania 1806
Fire Society (Portland, Me.) Rules and regulations, to be observed by the company appointed to the care of engine no. 3, named the Cataract. Portland [Me.]: : Printed by John M'Kown, at the New Printing-Office., 1806. Maine 1806
Female Charitable Society of Newburyport (Newburyport, Mass.) Happily exemplified in the efforts of the Ladies of Newburyport, : who have laudably established the Female Charitable Asylum, for the protection of indigent orphans. : -- Mrs. Akin furnishes each member with a specimen of her abilities in the graphic art, emblematic of the institution. [Newburyport, Mass.? : s.n., ca. 1806] Massachusetts 1806
Young, James. A visionary narrative of things seen and heard by a seafaring man. : There were other visions, but these seem the most important. : Published without alterations from copy. Boston: -- : Printed for the author. Price 6 cents., [1806] Massachusetts 1806
Belcher & Armstrong. No. 10, (to be continued weekly.) of the Emerald. For July 5, 1806. [Boston : Belcher & Armstrong, 1806] Massachusetts 1806
Sutherland, David, 1777-1855. A sermon, delivered at Haverhill, N. Hampshire, August 12, 1806, : at the execution of Josiah Burnham, who was executed for the murder of Russell Freeman, Esq. and Capt. Joseph Starkweather, in Haverhill Jail, 17th Dec. 1805. / By David Sutherland, minister of the Gospel, Bath, (N.H.) ; [one line from Solomon] Hanover, N.H. : Printed by Moses Davis., [1806] New Hampshire 1806
Belcher & Armstrong. No. 11, (to be continued weekly.) of the Emerald. For July 12, 1806. [Boston] : Published by Belcher & Armstrong, State Street., [1806] Massachusetts 1806
Belcher & Armstrong. [No. 12, (to be continued weekly.) of the Emerald. For July 19, 1806] [Boston : Belcher & Armstrong, 1806] Massachusetts 1806
Arnold, Stephen, 1770 or 1771- Life and confession of Arnold, : who inhumanly whipped to death Betsey Van Amburgh, his little niece--aged six years. : To which is added, Arnold's address to young men. Written by his request. : This book is recommended to parents and heads of families for their children. [New York State? : s.n.], Printed in the year 1806. New York (State) 1806
Sandham, Elizabeth. The story of Constance, the proud girl. : Embellished with a magic lantern exhibition. [Philadelphia] : Published by Benjamin Johnson, no. 249, Market Street, Philadelphia.--, 1806. Pennsylvania 1806
  A Plan of the town of New Haven with all the buildings in 1748. [cartographic material] / Taken by the Hon. Gen. Wadsworth of Durham ; to which are added the names and professions of the inhabitants at that period. Also the location of lots to many of the first grantees. ; Respectfully inscribed to the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, by their most obedient st. Wm. Lyon. Jany. 1806. [Cheshire, Conn.] : Published by T. Kensett engraver., [1806] Connecticut 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
Austin, Benjamin, 1752-1820. Mr. Austin's memorial. : The memorial of Benjamin Austin, to the Honorable the Legislature of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. [Boston : s.n., 1807] Massachusetts 1807
Beers, Andrew, 1749-1824. Beers' almanac, for the year of our Lord 1808 ... : Calculated for lat. 45. 56. N. long. 73. 46. West. But may serve for other latitudes. ... / By Andrew Beers, philom. Poughkeepsie [N.Y.], : Printed by Bowman, Parsons and Potter. Sold also by Thomas Nelson & Son, Poughkeepsie--Henry and John F. Hull, Stanford.--and Jesse Buel and Samuel S. Freer, Kingston., [1807] New York (State) 1807
Bentley, William, 1775-1855. Hymn on baptism. / Composed by a candidate for the ordinance, and sung at the administration. [Newburyport, Mass.] : (Printed by W. & J. Gilman, Middle-Street, Newburyport.), [1807] Massachusetts 1807
Bible. English. Authorized. 1807. [The Holy Bible: : containing the Old and New Testaments: together with the Apocrypha: / translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised, by the special command of King James I. of England. ; With marginal notes and references. ; To which are added, an index, an alphabetical table of all the names in the Old and New Testaments, with their significations; tables of Scripture weights, measures, and coins; John Brown's concordance, &c. &c. &c. ; Embellished with ten maps and twenty historical engravings.] Philadelphia: : Printed and published by Mathew Carey, no. 122, Market-Street., 1806 [i.e. 1807]. Pennsylvania 1807
Blue Beard. [A new history of Blue Beard. / Written by Gaffer Blackbeard. ; For the amusement of Little Lack Beard, and his pretty sisters. ; Adorned with cuts] [New Haven : From Sidney's Press, 1807] Connecticut 1807
Anthology Reading Room and Library (Boston, Mass.) Anthology Reading Room and Library. : The subscribers to the Anthology Reading Room and Library are hereby informed that their rooms are opened. More than one hundred and sixty subscribers at ten dollars a year have been obtained. ... [Boston : s.n., 1807] Massachusetts 1807
C. & A. Conrad & Co. Just published, by C. and A. Conrad & Co. (late John Conrad & Co.) no. 30, Chesnut-Street Philadelphia; : Conrad, Lucas, & Co. no. 128, Market-Street, Baltimore; Somervell & Conrad, Petersburgh; & Bonsal, Conrad, & Co. Norfolk: second supplement to the Philadelphia medical and physical journal. ... [Philadelphia : Published by C. & A. Conrad & Co., 1807] Pennsylvania 1807
Campbell, George Washington, 1769-1848. City of Washington, February 25, 1807. : Dear Sir, The time has again arrived at which I consider it my duty to communicate to my fellow-citizens such information relative to our national concerns ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1807] District of Columbia 1807
Comly, Isaac, 1779-1847. Easy lessons for juvenile readers. : Selected for the use of schools. / By Isaac Comly. Part I. Philadelphia: : Published by Bennett and Walton, no. 31, Market-Street. J. Rakestraw, printer., 1807. Pennsylvania 1807
Consistent Republican. To Major Joseph Grover, of Aurelius, in the county of Cayuga. [Aurora, N.Y. : Printed by Henry Pace, 1807] New York (State) 1807
Dartmouth College. Catalogue of the officers and students of Dartmouth University, October, 1807. From the Gazette press--Hanover, N.H. : [Printed by Moses Davis, 1807] New Hampshire 1807
Dibdin, Thomas, 1771-1841. The Jew and the doctor: : a farce, in two acts. As performed at the Boston theatre, and Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. / By Thomas Dibdin. Boston: : Printed for John West, no. 75, Cornhill 1807. David Carlisle, printer, no. 5, Court-Street., [1807] Massachusetts 1807
Doddridge, Philip, 1702-1751. A plain and serious address to the master of a family, on the important subject of family religion. / By the late Reverend Philip Doddridge, D.D. [Charlestown, Mass.] : Printed by J. Howe., 1807. Massachusetts 1807
Freemasons. Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania. Grand Lodge of the most ancient and honourable fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons of Pennsylvania, and masonic jurisdiction thereunto belonging, according to the old institutions. : At a grand quarterly communication held at their hall in the city of Philadelphia, on Monday, the seventh day of December, Anno Lucis, 5807 ... The Grand Lodge proceeded to the election of officers for the ensuing year ... [Philadelphia] : Brother John Sweeny, printer, no. 317, Arch Street, Philadelphia., [1807] Pennsylvania 1807
Freemasons. Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania. In Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania. Adjourned grand quarterly communication. : Philadelphia, Monday, 4th May, A.D. 1807. : The report of the committee on the regulations of the Grand Lodge was read, amended and adopted as follows ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1807] Pennsylvania 1807
  The Little woman and the pedlar: : with the strange distraction that seized her, and the undutiful behaviour of her little dog, on that occasion. : Illustrated with fifteen engravings on copper-plate. New-York: : Engraved, printed and sold, by Wm. Charles, and may be had of all the book-sellers, twenty-five per cent less than the London edition. 1807. Price three shillings colored and two shillings plain. New-York currency., [1807] New York (State) 1807
Mitchell, Nathaniel, 1753-1814. (Circular.) George-town [Del.], February 25, 1807. : Sir, In obedience to the request of the General Assembly of the state of Delaware, I have the honour to transmit to you, a copy of a resolution, instructing the senators and representative in Congress, from this state, to join the senators and representatives, from the state of Kentucky ... in indeavouring to procure an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, so as to restrain the judiciary power of the courts of the United States ... [Delaware : s.n., 1807] Delaware 1807
Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. Committee Appointed for the Gradual Civilization and Welfare of the Indian Natives (1795-1827) To the Yearly Meeting of Friends held in Philadelphia. : The Committee Appointed for the Gradual Civilization, &c. of the Indian Natives, report, that ... there is in the natives, an encouraging improvement in agriculture and some of the mechanic arts, as well as in the regularity of their lives and manners ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1807] Pennsylvania 1807
Poutingon. To the American editors of newspapers, called Republicans, throughout the United States. [Boston? : s.n., 1807?] Massachusetts 1807
Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. General Assembly. A narrative of the state of religion within the bounds of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States; : and an account of missionaries appointed for the year 1807. [Philadelphia: Printed by Jane Aitken, 1807] Pennsylvania 1807
  Remarks on the slave trade. [New York] : Printed and sold by Samuel Wood, no. 362, Pearl-Street., [between 1807 and 1809] New York (State) 1807
Shaw, Thomas, 1753-1838. Melancholy shipwreck. : The following lines were occasioned by the loss of the schooner Charles, Capt. Adams, of Portland, which was wrecked on Richmond's Island, near the entrance of Portland harbor, on the night of the 12th of July, 1807, which schooner had on board 22 persons, sixteen of whom perished. / Composed by Thomas Shaw, of Standish. [Portland, Me. : s.n., 1807] Maine 1807
Stevens, William, 1752-1801. A system for the discipline of the artillery of the United States, or, The young artillerist's pocket companion. / By William Stevens, an officer in the American artillery thro' the whole of the late Revolution, and since in the militia. ; Abridged for the use of the Portland Artillery. Portland [Me.]: : From the Gazette Press., 1807. Maine 1807
  Documents accompanying a bill making compensation to Messieurs Lewis and Clarke, and their companions, : presented the 23d January, 1807. Washington City [D.C.]: : A. & G. Way, printers., 1807. District of Columbia 1807
United States Military Philosophical Society. West-Point, November 2, 1807. : Sir, On the other side is a copy of the constitution of the United States Military Philosophical Society ... [New York? : s.n., 1807] New York (State) 1807
Weems, M. L. (Mason Locke), 1759-1825. The true American, : shewing the beauties and blessings of the American Republic, contrasted with the cruelties and curses of the European despotisms. : Highly approved by our chief magistrate, Thos. Jefferson, Esq. / By M.L. Weems. [United States : s.n.], 1807. United States 1807
Burder, George, 1752-1832. Lot's deliverance. : A sermon, / by George Burder. (Boston: : Sold by E. Lincoln, Water-Street. $2.25 per. 100.), [1807?] Massachusetts 1807
Burder, George, 1752-1832. The pharisee and publican. : A sermon, / by George Burder. Boston: : Sold by E. Lincoln, Water Street. Price, $2,25 pr. 100., [1807?] Massachusetts 1807
Burder, George, 1752-1832. Village sermons; or, Sixty-five plain and short discourses on the principal doctrines of the Gospel; : intended for the use of families, Sunday-schools, or companies assembled for religious instruction in country villages. / By George Burder. ; Five volumes in two. Volume I-[II]. ; [One line from Solomon] Philadelphia: : Printed by and for William W. Woodward, no. 52, Second, the corner of Chesnut-Street., September, 1807. Pennsylvania 1807
Burder, George, 1752-1832. Religion or ruin. : A sermon, / by George Burder. (Boston: : Sold by E. Lincoln, Water-Street. $2.25 pr. 100.), [1807?] Massachusetts 1807
English, Clara. The children in the wood : an instructive tale / by Clara English. Philadelphia : Publish'd by J. Johnson., 1807. Pennsylvania 1807
Delaware. State Auditor's Department. Auditor's report, of the finances of the state of Delaware, for the year 1806. [Dover, Del.] : John B. Wootten, printer., 1807. Delaware 1807
Connecticut Medical Society. At a convention of the Medical Society of the state of Connecticut, : at New-Haven, October 15th and 16th, 1806. [New-Haven : s.n., 1807] Connecticut 1807
Connecticut Medical Society. At an annual meeting of the convention of the Connecticut Medical Society, holden in New-Haven, at the house of Asa Morgan, October 14th and 15th, 1807. [New Haven : s.n., 1807] Connecticut 1807
Delabigarre, Peter, -1807. In the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction of Errors, February term--1807. : Peter Delabigarre, and Margaret his wife, appellants; and John Bush, respondent. : Case on the part of the appellants. Albany: : Printed by Websters and Skinner., [1807] New York (State) 1807
Boston Medical Association. Rules and regulations of the Boston Medical Association. [Boston: : s.n., 1807] Massachusetts 1807
Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626. Essays, moral, economical, and political. / By Francis Bacon, Baron of Verulam, Viscount St. Albans, and Lord High Chancellor of England. Boston: : Published by Oliver & Munroe, no. 78 State-Street., 1807. Massachusetts 1807
Coxe, Tench, 1755-1824. Thoughts on the subject of naval power, and on the means of protecting commerce--continued. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1807] Pennsylvania 1807
Englehart, Conrad, 1767-1807. The last confession & dying words of Conrad Englehart, who was executed at Greenville Court-House, South-Carolina, on the 5th of January, 1807, for the murder of John Holmes!! : Delivered before a numerous and respectable concourse of citizens, who had assembled from different parts of the country to witness the ignominious end of a hardened sinner. [Philadelphia] : Printed for James O'Hara., [1807] Pennsylvania 1807
Beresford, James, 1764-1840. The miseries of human life; or, The last groans of Timothy Testy and Samuel Sensitive; : with a few supplementary sighs from Mrs. Testy. : With which are now for the first time interspersed varieties, incidental to the principal matter, in prose and verse. In nine additional dialogues, as overheard by James Beresford, A.M. fellow of Merton-College, Oxford. : [Five lines in Latin] : Vol. II. Boston: : Published and sold by Belcher and Armstrong, State Street., 1807. Massachusetts 1807
Episcopal Church. Diocese of Connecticut. Convention. Journal of the proceedings of the bishop, clergy, and laity, of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the state of Connecticut; : in their conventions, held from the year 1804 to 1807, inclusive. : Together with the bishop's address, delivered to the clergy and laity of the diocese of Connecticut, in convention assembled, June, 1807. New-Haven: : Printed by Oliver Steele & Co., 1807. Connecticut 1807
Boodey, Joseph, 1773-1867. An address to the mourning relatives of Elder David Knowlton, Jun. : late preacher of the Gospel in Barnstead, N.H. who died of a consumption (in the town of Pittsfield) after a long and tedious sickness, which he bore with Christian fortitude and patience, and did on the eleventh day of March, 1807, in full assurance of faith, breathe out his soul unto the bosom of his God, on whom he trusted. Aged twenty seven years and five months, and in the seventh year of his ministry. / Composed by Joseph Boodey, of Alton, N.H. preacher of the Gospel. [New Hampshire] : Re-printed for the author,, 1807. New Hampshire 1807
Connecticut. Governor (1798-1809 : Trumbull) By His Excellency Jonathan Trumbull, Esq. governor ... A proclamation. : ... Thursday, the twenty-sixth day of November next, to be observed throughout this state, as a day of public thanksgiving, prayer and praise ... Given under my hand, at the Council chamber in New-Haven, this twentieth day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seven ... [New Haven] : Green and Son, printers., [1807] Connecticut 1807
  The Hermit of Virginia. : [Two lines of quotation] Wilbraham [Mass.]: : Printed by Terry and Learned, 1807. Massachusetts 1807
Leigh, Joseph. Illustrations of the fulfilment of the prediction of Merlin,-- : occasioned by the late outrageous attack of the British ship of war the Leopard, on the American frigate Chesapeake, and the measures taken by the president, supported by the citizens thereon: / by Joseph Leigh:-- ; Copy right secured--according to act of Congress. Portsmouth [N.H.]. : Printed for the author., November, 1807. New Hampshire 1807
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 Shakspeare-Gallery., 1807[-1808]. New York (State) 1807
Medford, Macall. Oil without vinegar, and dignity without pride; or, British, American, West-India interests considered. / By Macall Medford, Esq. London: : Printed for W.J. and J. Richardson, Cornhill: and Thomas Dobson, Philadelphia., 1807. England 1807
Brackenridge, H. H. (Hugh Henry), 1748-1816. Modern chivalry: : containing the adventures of a captain, and Teague O'Regan, his servant. / By H.H. Brackenridge. ; [One line from Horace] ; Part II. Volume I[-Part II. Volume II]. [Philadelphia] : Published by Jacob Johnson, and for sale at his bookstores in Philadelphia and in Richmond, Virginia. Alexander & Phillips, printers, Carlisle., 1807. Pennsylvania 1807
Hanning, John. Rights of women vindicated in the following sermon. / Composed by the Rev. John Hanning, M.D. ; [Three lines of Scripture text] New-York: : Published by the author, no. 75, Division-Street. T. Kirk, printer, Brooklyn., 1807. New York (State) 1807
Cooke, Thomas, Rev., A.B. The new universal letter writer. : Containing letters on duty, amusement, love, courtship, marriage, friendship, trade, religion, and other useful subjects. / By the Rev. Thomas Cook [i.e., Cooke], A.B. and one of the authors of the New royal and universal dictionary of arts and sciences in England. ; Also, forms of bonds, deeds, indentures, powers of attorney, cards of compliments, &c. &c. Boston: : Published by Joseph Greenleaf, no. 49, Cornhill., 1807. Massachusetts 1807
Anderson, Edward, active 18th century. The sailor's biography, and Satan's miscellany. Or, Poems composed by Captain Anderson and Charles Wesley, / published together by Lorenzo Dow. [New York : Printed by J.C. Totten], 1807. New York (State) 1807
Porter, Thomas. Serious thoughts on the birth of a child. / By the Rev. Thomas Porter. [Two lines of Scripture texts] [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, for Increase Cook [i.e., Cooke] and Co., 1807. Connecticut 1807
Penn, William, 1644-1718. No cross, no crown: : a discourse shewing the nature and discipline of the holy cross of Christ; and that the denial of self, and daily bearing of Christ's cross, is the alone way to the rest and kingdom of God. : To which are added, the living and dying testimonies of many persons of fame and learning, both of ancient and modern times, in favour of this treatise. : In two parts. / By William Penn. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts] Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by Kimber, Conrad, and Co. no. 93, Market-Street. Sold also, by Samuel Wood, New-York, and by Abraham Shearman, New-Bedford., 1807. Pennsylvania 1807
Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. The art of making money plenty, in every man's pocket, / by Dr. Franklin. [New York] : Sold wholesale by F Kearny, 34 Liberty St. N.Y., [between 1807 and 1810] New York (State) 1807
Bridges, William, -1814. Plan of the city of New-York, [cartographic material] : with the recent and intended improvements. / Drawn from actual survey by William Bridges, city surveyor A.D. 1807. ; Engraved by Peter Maverick. [New York] : Published by Isaac Riley New York,, 1807. New York (State) 1807
American taxation. Humor of 1776. : American taxation. [Boston? : s.n., 1808] Massachusetts 1808
Albany Book-Store. Backus & Whiting's catalogue of English, Irish, and American editions of law books; : sold by them, at the Albany Book-Store, no. 45, State-Street, Albany: 1808. [Albany : Backus & Whiting, 1808] New York (State) 1808
Birch, William Russell, 1755-1834. The country seats of the United States of North America, with some scenes connected with them. [Bristol, Pa.] : Designed and published by W. Birch enamel painter; Springland near Bristol, Pennsylva., 1808. Pennsylvania 1808
  The Black prince. : The Black prince: being an account of the life and death of Naimbanna, an African king's son, who arrived in England, in the year 1791, and set sail on his return in June, 1793. [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
Bolton, Nathaniel, 1749-1820. Acrostic, and other poetical lines on Horace Perkins, : who was instantaneously killed by falling from the steeple of Northborough Meeting-house on the first day of July, 1808. [Greenwich, Mass.? : Printed by John Howe?, 1808] Massachusetts 1808
Bowen, Daniel, 1760-1856. To the honorable members of the General Court. : The subscribers respectfully state ... that the great expense in re-establishing the Columbian Museum, has compelled them to solicit the aid of their friends, and the public in general ... [Boston : Printed by Daniel Bowen, 1808] Massachusetts 1808
Bronson, Enos, 1774-1823. Proposals by E. Bronson, and others, Philadelphia, and Farrand, Mallory, & Co. Boston, : for publishing by subscription, a new periodical work to be entitled, Select reviews and spirit of the foreign magazines. [Boston : Published by Farrand, Mallory, & Co., 1808] Massachusetts 1808
Brown University. Brown University. Providence, September 7th, 1808. Exercises of commencement. [Providence] : Jones & Wheeler, printers., [1808] Rhode Island 1808
Brown University. Catalogue of the officers and students of Brown University. April, 1808. [Boston] : Snelling & Simons, printers, Boston., [1808] Massachusetts 1808
Buckingham, Joseph T. (Joseph Tinker), 1779-1861. Modern translation of the Bible. : Proposal of J.T. Buckingham, for publishing, by subscription, plain and useful selections, from the books of the Old and New Testaments, according to the most approved modern translations. By Theophilus Browne, A.M. late fellow and tutor of St. Peter's College, Cambridge. [Boston : Printed by Joseph T. Buckingham, 1808] Massachusetts 1808
Buswell, James, 1775?-1843. Lines on the death of Mrs. Polly Kendall, : wife of Mr. John Kendall Jun. who died December 25th 1808 in the 23d year of her age. [Leominster, Mass.? : Printed by S. & J. Wilder?, 1808 or 1809?] Massachusetts 1808
Campbell, George Washington, 1769-1848. Washington City, 22d January, 1808. : Sir, At a crisis so interesting as the present, you, and my fellow citizens in general, will, no doubt, feel more than usually anxious to be informed in regard to the present state of our foreign and domestic relations. ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1808] District of Columbia 1808
Campbell, George Washington, 1769-1848. Washington City, April 14th, 1808. : Sir, In my last communication to you I took occasion to notice the state of our public affairs at that time, together with the causes that occasioned the passage of the law imposing an embargo ... Since then our relations with the belligerent powers of Europe have not assumed a more favorable aspect. ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1808] District of Columbia 1808
Chapman, Moses, 1783-1821. Correct profile likenesses, : taken at Mr. [blank] ... M. Chapman respectfully informs the ladies and gentlemen of [blank] that he takes correct profiles ... [Salem, Mass.? s.n., 1808?] Massachusetts 1808
Charleston Company. Charleston Company. : Friday evening, September 30th, 1808, will be presented a favorite comedy in five acts, written by Mrs. Inchbald, called Wives as they were, and maids as they are. ... : After which a ballet interlude, called the Bird catchers, or The merry girl. ... ; The evening's entertainment to conclude with the much admired farce of The prize ten thousand pounds!! or 2-5-3-8. ... [Augusta, Ga. : Printed by George F. Randolph & Co., 1808] Georgia 1808
Charleston Company. Mrs. Young's benefit. : Thespian theatre-- / Charleston Company. ; Friday evening, July 15th, 1808, will be presented a celebrated comedy in five acts, written by Mr. Cherry, and performed with unbounded applause, called The soldiers daughter. ... ; After the play the ballet interlude of the Scheming milliner, or The old man outwitted. ... ; To which will be added the dramatic romance of Blue Beard, or Female curiosity. ... [Augusta, Ga. : Printed by George F. Randolph & Co., 1808] Georgia 1808
Columbian Museum (Boston, Mass.) Catalogue of the principal part of the contents of the Columbian Museum, : near the Stone Chapel, Tremont Street, Boston. ... [Boston] : Printed by B. True, no. 75, State Street., [1808?] Massachusetts 1808
Connecticut. General Assembly. At a General Assembly of the state of Connecticut holden at New-Haven on the second Thursday of October A.D. 1808. : The interests of all classes of our citizens, being deeply and extensively affected by acts interdicting our commerce ... [New Haven : s.n., 1808] Connecticut 1808
Cunningham, J. W. (John William), 1780-1861. History of a Bible. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, New-Haven. Printed for the Connecticut Religious Tract Society., [1808?] Connecticut 1808
Danforth, Asa, 1766?-1843. Sale at auction. : To be sold at public auction on Wednesday, the seventeenth of August instant, at one o'clock P.M. at the late dwelling-house of Samuel Leonard, Esq. deceas'd, in Taunton, valuable house-hold furniture ... [New Bedford, Mass.] : (A. Shearman, Jun. printer, New-Bedford.), [1808] Massachusetts 1808
Doyle, William M. S., 1769-1828. Ladies and gentlemen, who wish correct profiles, are respecfully invited to apply to Wm. M.S. Doyle, : next the Stone Chapel, at the house fronting the Columbian Museum, Tremont Street ... Miniatures & portraits are also executed ... [Boston] : Printed at the Columbian Museum [by Daniel Bowen, 1808]. Massachusetts 1808
Elector. To the independent electors of Middlesex. : [three lines from Zimmermann] [Cambridge, Mass.? : s.n., 1808] Massachusetts 1808
Episcopal Church. The book of common prayer, and administration of the sacraments and other rites and ceremonies of the church, : according to the use of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America: : together with the Psalter, or Psalms of David. : Also, the selection of Psalms and hymns, used in the churches in the United States. : To which is added, additional hymns, set forth in the convention of 1808. New-York: : Published by D. Longworth, at the Shakspeare Gallery., 1808. New York (State) 1808
Episcopal Church. General Convention (1808 : Baltimore, Md.) Additional hymns, set forth in general convention, 1808. [New York? : s.n., 1808?] New York (State) 1808
Evans, Richard, 1777-1816. Freemen of N. Hampshire----attend to your duty. : Republican and patriotic ticket for electors. His Excellency John Langdon [and six others] ... : To the farmers of New Hampshire. [Portsmouth, N.H. : Printed by Peirce & Gardner, 1808] New Hampshire 1808
Farrand, William P. (William Powell), 1777-1839. Proposals, by Wm. P. Farrand, no. 21 Suffolk Buildings, Boston; no. 71 Stone-Street, New-York; no. 170 Market-Street, Philadelphia, for publishing the Monthly register, magazine, and review, of the United States. A new series. [Boston? : Published by William P. Farrand, 1808?] Massachusetts 1808
Federal Party (N.Y.) Peace, and no embargo nomination. : At a county meeting of upwards of 200 freeholders, held on the 29th day of March, 1808, in the academy at Cooperstown:--Benjamin Gilbert, Esquire, chairman, Peter Magher, clerk. [Cooperstown, N.Y. : s.n., 1808] New York (State) 1808
Federal Party (N.Y.). Committee of Correspondence (New York, N.Y.) New-York, July 11th, 1808. : Sir, In the present serious and critical state of our national affairs, a representation of the Federalists in this city ... have deemed it expedient to appoint a special Committee of Correspondence; through whom they propose to convey their sentiments and opinions to gentlemen in whom they confide, in this and other states ... We have the honour to compose this committee ... and we are particularly instructed on the present occasion, to acquaint you with the opinions which are generally, if not universally, entertained by the Federalists in this state, in relation to the course to be pursued at the approaching election of president and vice-president of the United States. ... [New York : s.n., 1808] New York (State) 1808
Friends of Peace (Mass.) Gore and peace--Sullivan and embargo. : To all the electors of Massachusetts of whatever political party they may be. [Brookfield, Mass. : Printed by E. Merriam and Co., 1808] Massachusetts 1808
Fuller, Andrew, 1754-1815. The great question answered: What shall I do to be saved? : In two parts. [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., 1808?] Connecticut 1808
Massachusetts. An act, to prevent fraud in packing smoked alewives and herring, : to regulate the size and the quality of the boxes, and the exportation thereof. : Sect. I. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court [of Massachusetts] assembled ... [Boston : s.n., 1808] Massachusetts 1808
Mellen, Henry, 1757-1809. The embargo: [United States : s.n., 1808?] United States 1808
  The New dream-book. : Interspersed with stories, anecdotes, &c. shewing the signification of all kinds of dreams, apparitions, and remarkable providences, alphabetically arranged from Scripture and history, according to Aristotle, Artimedorus, Lord Bacon, Baxter, Booker, Cardan, Ashmole, Culpepper, Julianus, Lilly, Themistius, Theopompus, Melanthon [i.e., Melancthon], Tryon, &c. Baltimore: : Printed by Warner & Hanna, no. 37, corner of South Gay and Market-streets., 1808. Maryland 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 imminent danger of an unnecessary and ruinous war. : Addressed to His Excellency James Sullivan, governor of the said state. Newburyport [Mass.] : Herald Office--E.W. Allen--printer., 1808. Massachusetts 1808
Providence gazette. Providence gazette------Extra. : Spanish revolution. : Providence, Wednesday evening, August 3, 1808. [Providence : Printed by John Carter, 1808] Rhode Island 1808
United States. President (1801-1809 : Jefferson) President Jefferson's answer to the dissent of the Republicans : from the proceedings of the town of Boston, relative to the embargo. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., ca. 1808] District of Columbia 1808
Baley, Henry. A call to the Federalists, to come forward at the ensuing election. / By Henry Baley. [Dover, Del.? : s.n., 1808?] Delaware 1808
Cambridge Synod (1646-1648 : Cambridge, Mass.) A platform of church discipline: : gathered out of the word of God, and agreed upon by the elders and messengers of the churches assembled in the Synod at Cambridge, in New-England: to be presented to the churches and General Court, for their consideration and acceptance in the Lord, the eighth month, anno 1648. ; [Six lines from Psalms] Boston: : Printed and sold by Belcher and Armstrong, Suffolk Buildings, State Street., 1808. Massachusetts 1808
Ashburton, Alexander Baring, Baron, 1774-1848. An inquiry into the causes and consequences of the orders in council; : and an examination of the conduct of Great-Britain towards the neutral commerce of America. / By Alexander Baring, Esq. M.P. New-York: : Re-printed from the London edition, and sold by Hopkins & Bayard, no. 118, Pearl-Street; Hopkins & Earle, 70, Market-Street, Philadelphia; and Alsop, Brannan, & Alsop, City-Hotel, Broadway., 1808. New York (State) 1808
Barker, James Nelson, 1784-1858. The Indian princess; or, La belle sauvage: : an operatic melo-drame, in three acts. / By J.N. Barker. New-York: : Published by David Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare Gallery., 1808. New York (State) 1808
Connecticut. Office of the State Comptroller. Comptroller's report. : October 1807, and May 1808. [Hartford? : s.n., 1808] Connecticut 1808
Danbury Baptist Association. Minutes of the Danbury Baptist Association, held at Bristol, (Con.) October 5th, and 6th, 1808. [Hartford] : Lincoln & Gleason, print., 1808] Connecticut 1808
Friar and the boy. Jack the piper; or The pleasant pastime of the fryar and the boy: : Containing the witty adventures betwixt a fryar and boy, in relation to his step-mother, whom he fairly fitted for her unmerciful cruelty. New-England: : Printed for and sold by the booksellers. Price nine-pence., 1808. United States 1808
  The Life and death of Tom Thumb, the little giant. : Together with some curious anecdotes respecting Grumbo the great giant, king of the country of eagles. : Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, New-Haven., 1808. Connecticut 1808
Donnelly, Edward, 1775-1808. Das Bekenntniss des Edward Donnelly, : welcher am Montag, den 8ten Februar, 1808, zu Carlisle hingerichtet wurde, für die barbarische Ermordung seiner Frau, Catharina Donnelly, und nachher ihren Leichnam zu Asche verbrannte. Philadelphia: : Gedruckt [bey Conrad Zentler] für die Käufer., 1808. Pennsylvania 1808
Muir, James, 1757-1820. Observations on the importance of the present life, as introductory to the future. : From the funeral sermon, delivered in memory of Mrs. Mary Patten. / By James Muir, D.D. Alexandria [D.C.]: : Printed by Cottom & Stewart., 1808. Virginia 1808
Franklin Society (Amherst, N.H.) A catalogue of books belonging to the Franklin Society, Amherst, N.H. [Amherst, N.H.] : Joseph Cushing, printer., 1808. New Hampshire 1808
Fuller, Stephen, 1757-1816. Four sermons, on the nature and advantages of a Christian connexion in churches. / By Stephen Fuller, A.M. pastor of a church in Vershire, Vt. Hanover, N.H. : Printed by Moses Davis., [1808] New Hampshire 1808
Adams, Daniel, 1773-1864. Advertisement. : Since publishing our last number, it has been determined to discontinue the Register ... [Boston : Printed by Manning & Loring, 1808] Massachusetts 1808
Dodsley, Robert, 1703-1764. The economy of human life. / By Robert Dodsley. Utica [N.Y.]: : Printed Seward and Williams., 1808. New York (State) 1808
Blue Beard. A new history of Blue Beard. / Written by Gaffer Black Beard. ; For the amusement of Little Lack Beard, and his pretty sisters. ; Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, New-Haven., 1808. Connecticut 1808
Graham, Dougal, 1724-1779. The first part of The comical sayings of Paddy from Cork, with his coat button'd behind. : Being a laughable conference between English Tom & Irish Teague. Baltimore: : [s.n.], 1808. Maryland 1808
Turner, Elizabeth, -1846. The daisy; or, Cautionary stories in verse, : adapted to the capacities of children from four to eight years old. : Illustrated with engravings on copper-plate. Part II. Philadelphia: : Published by Jacob Johnson, no. 147, Market Street.--1808. W. M'Culloch, printer., [1808] Pennsylvania 1808
Burns, Robert, 1759-1796. Poems of the late celebrated Robert Burns; : with a sketch of his life. [Boston] : For sale by O.C. Greenleaf, no. 3 Court-Street, Boston., 1808. Massachusetts 1808
Clapp, Samuel, 1745-1809. Valuable book auction. No. II. Catalogue of books, being the stock of the late Samuel Hall, : consisting of a very valuable assortment of both European and American publications. To be sold at Samuel Clapp's office, Court Street, on Tuesday, 26th Jan. 1808. [Boston : Samuel Clapp?, 1808] Massachusetts 1808
Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848. Hon. J.Q. Adams's letter. : Important letter! The American public are at length presented with the Hon. John Quincy Adams's letter, addressed to Harrison G. Otis, Esq. on the present state of our national affairs; with remarks on Mr. Pickering's letter. ... [Boston : s.n., 1808] Massachusetts 1808
  A Short examination whether war is lawful for a Christian. Philadelphia: : Published by Kimber and Conrad, no. 93, Market Street., [between 1808 and 1814] Pennsylvania 1808
Episcopal Church. General Convention (1808 : Baltimore, Md.) Additional hymns, set forth in general convention, 1808. [Philadelphia? : s.n., 1808?] Pennsylvania 1808
  The Embargo, : a new song--tune "Yankee Doodle." [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., ca. 1808] Massachusetts 1808
Mellen, Henry, 1757-1809. The embargo. : A favorite new song. [Boston : s.n., between 1808 and 1814] Massachusetts 1808
McCalpin, William. A map of the state of New York [cartographic material] : compiled from the latest authorities; including the turnpike roads now granted as also, the principal common roads connected therewith. Intended as well for the student in geography as a directory to the traveller. / By Wm. McCalpin Oxford, 1808. [Oxford, N.Y. : s.n., 1808] New York (State) 1808
Price, Jonathan, -1822. To David Stone and Peter Brown Esqrs. this first actual survey of the state of North Carolina [cartographic material] / taken by the subscribers is respectfully dedicated by their humble servants Jona. Price John Strother. 1808. ; Engraved by W. Harrison Philada. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1808] Pennsylvania 1808
Adams, John, 1735-1826. President Adams's letter. : Office of the Anti-monarchist, March 20, 1809. The following letter of ... John Adams, was addressed to Daniel Wright and Erastus Lyman, Esquires, of Northampton, Mass. in answer to a letter ... requesting him to express his opinion respecting the present circumstances of the nation, with regard to foreign powers, and domestic parties. ... [Northampton, Mass. : Printed by C. Sawtell, 1809] Massachusetts 1809
Aiken, Thomas. An oration, delivered on the tenth of June, 1809; at Columbus, Chenango County, : on the glorious triumph of Republican wisdom, justice, virtue and energy, over foreign aggression, and domestic treason. / By Thomas Aiken. ; [Three lines of quotation] Otsego [N.Y.]: : Printed by E. Phinney., 1809. New York (State) 1809
Bank of Chillicothe (Chillicothe, Ohio) Rules and regulations for the government of the president, directors, officers and servants of the Bank of Chillicothe. [Chillicothe, Ohio : s.n., 1809?] Ohio 1809
Batchelder, Josiah, 1776-1857. Dr. Batchelder's speech. : Report of a speech, delivered at a town-meeting in Beverly, January 24th, 1809, / by Josiah Batchelder, Jun. Esq. [Salem, Mass. : Printed by Thomas C. Cushing, 1809] Massachusetts 1809
Beccaria, Cesare, marchese di, 1738-1794. An essay on crimes & punishments, / translated from the Italian. ; With a commentary, attributed to M. de Voltaire. Translated from the French. ; [Three lines in Latin from Bacon] Boston: : Published by Farrand, Mallory and Co., 1809. Massachusetts 1809
Birch, William Russell, 1755-1834. The country seats of the United States of North America, with some scenes connected with them. [Bristol, Pa.] : Designed and published by W. Birch enamel painter; Springland near Bristol, Pennsylva., 1808 [i.e., 1809]. Pennsylvania 1809
Boston (Mass.) Report of the committee composed of the members of the Board of Health, on the subject of the burying grounds, &c. : (Published by order of the town.) [Boston] : J. Belcher, printer., [1809] Massachusetts 1809
Bowdoin College. Bowdoin College, district of Maine. Order of commencement exercises, September VI, M.DCCC.IX. [Portland, Me.] : John M'Kown, printer, Portland, [1809] Maine 1809
Brown University. Brown University, Providence, September 6, 1809. Exercises of commencement. [Providence] : Dunham & Hawkins, printers., [1809] Rhode Island 1809
Bunker-Hill Association. Constitution of the Bunker-Hill Association. [Boston] : B. True, printer., [1809] Massachusetts 1809
Byrne, John. To the beau monde. [Boston : s.n., 1809] Massachusetts 1809
Campbell, George Washington, 1769-1848. Washington City, March 3, 1809. : Sir, It would give me great satisfaction to be enabled to inform you that the belligerent powers had become more sensible ... and revoked their unjust edicts that have so long destroyed the lawful commerce of this country. ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1809] District of Columbia 1809
Children in the wood (Ballad) The tragical history of the children in the wood. : Containing a true account of their unhappy fate; with the history of their parents, and their unnatural uncle. : Interspersed with morals. : Ornamented with cuts. Wilmington [Del.]: : Printed by P. Brynberg; for Matthew R. Lockerman., 1809. Delaware 1809
Christ Church (New York, N.Y. : Episcopal) Laws and regulations / agreed on and ratified by the vestry of Christ Church, in the city of New-York, 1809. [New York] : Printed by T. & J. Swords, no. 160 Pearl-Street., [1809] New York (State) 1809
Citizen of Worcester. Who shall be governor? Or, A contrast of the characters of Gore and Lincoln. / By a citizen of Worcester. [Northampton, Mass. : Printed by William Butler, 1809] Massachusetts 1809
Collins & Perkins. Mitchill and Miller's Repository & review of medical, surgical, and scientific knowledge, : as published during the last twelve years, in New-York, by T. & J. Swords; but now transferred to Collins & Perkins, printers and importers of medical books ... [New York : Published by Collins & Perkins, 1809] New York (State) 1809
Connecticut. Governor (1798-1809 : Trumbull) Courant Office, Hartford, Feb. 23, 1809. : This morning His Excellency Gov. Trumbull met both branches of the legislature in the Council chamber, and delivered the following speech. [Hartford : Courant Office, 1809] Connecticut 1809
Connecticut Bible Society. Constitution of the Connecticut Bible Society. [Hartford : s.n., 1809] Connecticut 1809
Crolius, Clarkson, 1773-1843. Stone ware, for sale by Clarkson Crolius, : at his manufactory, no. 4, Cross-Street, back of the city goal and new city hall, and opposite the Manhattan Wells, at the following prices ... [New York : s.n., 1809] New York (State) 1809
Dearborn, Henry, 1751-1829. Boston, August [blank] 1809. : Sir, The secretary of the treasury having been directed by a resolution of Congress to prepare a report on the subject of the manufactures in the United States, I have been requested to communicate to him the best information I can obtain on the subject, relative to the manufactures in Massachusetts ... [Boston : s.n., 1809] Massachusetts 1809
Dunn, Samuel, 1746-1843. The following lines were composed on the death, of Joseph, and John Lindsy, who were burnt to death in a cole-cabin, in Dana, Worcester County, Mass. on the night of the 23d. of December 1809. [Greenwich, Mass.] : John Howe, printer;--Grenwich [sic]., [1809] Massachusetts 1809
Elector. The contrast. : It has been the cant of democracy for many years, that the Federalists while in power were extravagant--that they squandered the public money--The annexed statement exhibits the contrast between the imputed extravagance of the Federalists, and the pretended economy of the Democrats. [Albany? : s.n., 1809] New York (State) 1809
Ellison, James. The Spanish patriots. : Tune--"Adams and liberty." [Boston : s.n., 1809?] Massachusetts 1809
Episcopal Church. Diocese of New York. Convention (1809 : New York, N.Y.) Journal of the proceedings of the annual convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the state of New-York: : held in Trinity Church, New-York, October 3 and October 4, A.D. 1809. New-York : Printed by T. and J. Swords, no. 160 Pearl-Street., 1809. New York (State) 1809
Evangelisch Lutherischen Gemeine in Braunschweig Taunschip. Kirchen-Ordnung, der Evangelisch Lutherischen Gemeine in Braunschweig Taunschip, Berks Caunty; die Zions-Kirche genannt. Libanon [i.e., Lebanon, Pa.], : Gedruckt bey Jacob Schnee., [1809] Pennsylvania 1809
Federal Party (Mass.) Federal meeting. : At a meeting of the Federalists of Salem, at the New Assembly House, Friday, May 12, 1809, voted ... [Salem, Mass. : Printed by Thomas C. Cushing, 1809] Massachusetts 1809
Federal Party (Mass.) March meeting. : Resolutions passed at the meeting of the Federalists on Friday evening the 10th of March, 1809. [Salem, Mass. : Printed by Thomas C. Cushing, 1809] Massachusetts 1809
Lyon, Matthew, 1749-1822. Mr. Lyon's speech, in favor of peace, delivered on the 7th of February, in committee of the whole House of Representatives of the United States, on Mr. Randolph's motion for striking out of the resolution offered by Mr. Nicholas all that part of the said resolution, which went to issuing letters of marque and reprisal. [United States : s.n., 1809] United States 1809
Madison, James, 1751-1836. Speech: : Unwilling to depart from examples, of the most revered authority, I avail myself of the occasion now presented, to express the profound impression made on me, by the call of my country to the station, to the duties of which I am about to pledge myself ... [United States : s.n., 1809] United States 1809
New Orleans (La.) The mayor, aldermen and citizens of New-Orleans, : To the honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States in Congress assembled. [New Orleans : s.n., 1809] Louisiana 1809
Person of unimpeachable veracity. A faithful delineation of a remarkable dream, : relating to many interesting events which have been, and are now taking place in different parts of the United States. / By a person of unimpeachable veracity. Morris-Town, (N.J.) : Printed for every purchaser., Feb. 1809. New Jersey 1809
Republican Party (Mass. : 1792-1828). Central Committee. Circular. Boston, April 11, 1809. To the committee of [blank] : Sir, It is to be regretted, that the Central Committee ... should find it necessary again to address the county committees; but this has become indispensible [sic] from the great probability, that the candidate in opposition, Mr. Gore, an avowed British partizan, will be elected governor ... [Boston : s.n., 1809] Massachusetts 1809
Retribution. The review. : It is proper on the eve of every election, that the people should review the conduct of their servants. ... The expenditure of public money, the amount of the public income, and of the sums which have been borrowed on the credit of the state, are prominent objects of such review. ... [United States : s.n., 1809] United States 1809
  Sedition! Treason! : Believing that to excite the indignation of the electors of the state of New-York, against the audacious attempts of the eastern disorganizers, it is only necessary to lay before them the proceedings of that degraded and depraved portion of our countrymen, the following extracts have been made from their disorderly proceedings. "We deplore their ignorance, we lament their want of patriotism, and we abhor their disorganizing projects." Read, fellow-citizens, and reflect on this picture of Federalism [Albany? : s.n., 1809] New York (State) 1809
Very pious man. A copy of parental resolutions, / composed for his own use, by a very pious man [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, printed for the Connecticut Religious Tract Society, and deposited for sale at the book-stores of Increase Cooke & Co. New Haven, and Oliver D. Cooke, Hartford. Price two and a half cents each, by the large or small quan Connecticut 1809
Watchman. Public plunder. : Fellow citizens, We would not, without the strongest cause, nor without the best proof, charge any of our public officers with corrupt and improper conduct. ... [United States : s.n., 1809] United States 1809
Ali Baba (Folk tale) The story of Ali Baba and the forty thieves. Otsego [N.Y.]: : Printed by H. & E. Phinney, Jun. and sold by them wholesale and retail., 1809. New York (State) 1809
Architectural Library of Boston. The constitution of the proprietors of the Architectural Library of Boston. : Instituted 15th November, 1809. Boston: : Printed by T. Kennard, 75, State-Street., 1809. Massachusetts 1809
Adams, Daniel, 1773-1864. The Understanding reader: or Knowledge before oratory. : Being a new selection of lessons, suited to the understanding and capacities of youth, and designed for their improvement. I. In reading. II. In the definition of words. III. In spelling, particularly compound and derivative words. : In a method wholly different from any thing of the kind ever before published. / By Daniel Adams, M.B. author of The scholar's arithmetic, Thorough scholar, &c. [Worcester, Mass.] : Published according to act of Congress, by Isaiah Thomas, Jun. proprietor of the copy right. Sold wholesale and retail by him in Worcester, and by all the principal booksellers in the United States. E. Merriam & Co., printers, Brookfi Massachusetts 1809
Callender, Joseph, 1751-1821. Round text copies. [Boston] : Published by Isaiah Thomas, Junr. printer, & bookseller, Boston. Massachusetts., [between 1809 and 1819] Massachusetts 1809
Connecticut. The public statute laws of the state of Connecticut. Book I. / Published by authority of the General Assembly. Hartford: : Printed by Hudson and Goodwin., 1808 [i.e., 1809]. Connecticut 1809
Children in the wood (Ballad) The history of the two babes in the wo[od;] or, Murder revenged: : containing, the sad and lamentable story of the death of two children of a gentleman, who after the decease of their parents, were delivered by their uncle, to two ruffians to be murdered for their estates; but in the end they were left in an unfrequented wood, and there starved to death, and covered over by a robin-red-breast. : Together with the relation of the heavy judgments which befel their unnatural uncle, who died miserable in prison; & how it came to be discovered by one of the ruffians, upon his being condemned for a notorious robbery. : With many other circumstances at large. [United States? : s.n., ca. 1809] United States 1809
  Cinderilla: or, The little glass slipper. : Designed for the entertainment of all good little misses. : Ornamented with engravings. Albany: : Printed by E. and E. Hosford., 1809. New York (State) 1809
Cock Robin. The death and burial of Cock Robin; : with the story of the farmer's daughters. : To which is added The tragical death of an apple pye. : Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] From Sidney's Press, New-Haven., 1809. Connecticut 1809
Doddridge, Philip, 1702-1751. The principles of the Christian religion, : divided into lessons for children. / Abridged from the Rev. P. Doddridge. ; Ornamented with cuts descriptive of some of the most remarkable passages in Scripture. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press. New-Haven., 1809. Connecticut 1809
Ames, Fisher, 1758-1808. Works of Fisher Ames. / Compiled by a number of his friends. ; To which are prefixed, notices of his life and character. ; [One line in Latin] Boston: : Printed and published by T.B. Wait & Co. Sold by Thomas and Whipple no. 2, State-Street, Newburyport., 1809. Massachusetts 1809
Ely, John, 1758-1847. The child's instructor: : consisting of easy lessons for children; on subjects which are familiar to them. In language adapted to their capacities. / By a teacher of little children in Philadelphia. ; [One line of Scripture text] New-York: : Printed and sold by George Forman, 178, Greenwich-Street. (Copy-right secured according to Act of Congress.), [between 1809 and 1813] New York (State) 1809
Connecticut Medical Society. At a convention, of the fellows of the Medical Society, of the state of Connecticut, held at New-Haven, October 18th, and 19th, 1809. [New Haven : s.n., 1809] Connecticut 1809
Aristotle's Masterpiece. Aristotle's complete master-piece, : in two parts; displaying the secrets of nature in the generation of man. Regularly digested into chaptures [sic], rendering it far more useful and easy than any yet extant. : To which is added, A treasure of health; or The family physician; being choice and approved remedies for all the several distempers incident to the human body. : From a late London edition. New-England: : Printed for the booksellers,, 1809. United States 1809
Davis, Abijah, 1763-1817. Fast-day sermon, / by Rev. Abijah Davis, ; delivered at Millville, Cumberland County, on the eighth day of September, eighteen hundred and eight. ; [Three lines from Revelation] Trenton: : Printed by James J. Wilson., 1809. New Jersey 1809
  The Trial of Captain James Dunn, for an assault, with an intent to seduce Sylvia Patterson, a black woman, the wife of James Patterson; : held at Martling's long room, before referees, appointed by consent of parties, December 15th, 1808. New-York: : Printed for the reporter., 1809. New York (State) 1809
Foote, Charles Augustus, 1785-1828. An oration, delivered at the court-house in Delhi, Delaware County, July IV, 1809. / By Charles A. Foote, Esq. Kingston [N.Y.]: : Printed by S.S. Freer., [1809] New York (State) 1809
Dartmouth College. Library. A catalogue of books in Dartmouth College Library. [Hanover, N.H.]: : C. & W.S. Spear--printers., [1809] New Hampshire 1809
Hutton, Joseph, 1787-1828. The school for prodigals: : a comedy, in five acts. / By Joseph Hutton. ; As performed at the New Theatre, Philadelphia. New-York: : Published by D. Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1809. New York (State) 1809
Dupré, Lewis, 1762-1813. An inquiry into the Christian's claim to justification; or The harbinger of peace and rest. : (No. I[-IV].) / By L. Dupré. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts] Philadelphia: : Printed by John Adams, for the author., 1809. Pennsylvania 1809
Bible. English. Authorized. 1809. The Holy Bible: : containing the Old and New Testaments: / translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Boston: : Printed by Greenough and Stebbins, for Hastings, Etheridge and Bliss, E. Larkin, Thomas and Andrews, D. West, Andrews and Cummings, Manning and Loring, J. West and Co. and O.C. Greenleaf., 1809. Massachusetts 1809
Federal Party (N.Y.). Committee of the City of Albany. Democracy, versus Washington. : To the electors of the state of New-York. : Fellow citizens, An immense number of pamphlets, under the title of an "Address of the Republican members of the Legislature to the electors of the state of New-York," have been secretly printed in this city ... [Albany : s.n., 1809] New York (State) 1809
Simpson, David, 1745-1799. A plea for religion and the sacred writings: : addressed to the disciples of Thomas Paine, and to wavering Christians of every denomination. / By the Rev. David Simpson, M.A. ; [One line of Scripture text] Philadelphia: : Published by Solomon Wiatt, no. 368, North Second Street., 1809. Pennsylvania 1809
Blue Beard. A new history of Blue Beard. / Written by Gaffer Black Beard, for the amusement of Little Lack Beard, and his pretty sisters. ; Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press. New-Haven., 1809. Connecticut 1809
Edgeworth, Maria, 1768-1849. To-morrow; or, The dangers of delays. / By Maria Edgeworth. New-York: : Printed and sold by Elliot & Campbell, no. 114, Water-Street., 1809. New York (State) 1809
Federal Party (N.Y.). Committee of the City of Albany. Patriotic meeting. : At a general meeting of the Federal Republican citizens of Albany, at the Eagle-Tavern in Court-Street, on the 14th March, 1809, called for the purpose of taking into consideration the Non-Intercourse Act lately passed by Congress ... the following resolutions, having been prepared and offered to the meeting for their consideration, were read and unanimously adopted, and ordered to be published. [Albany : s.n., 1809] New York (State) 1809
Lady. A short sketch of two Christian lovers, from their youth until the day of their marriage. : Containing a remarkable account of their being separated in the wilderness, where they remained three days. Palmer [Mass.]: : From E. Terry's Press., [between 1809 and 1817] Massachusetts 1809
Dupré, Lewis, 1762-1813. The morning twilight: no. III. : Being a series of essays, progressively displaying the harbinger of peace and rest. / By L. Dupre. ; [Eight lines of quotations] Baltimore: : Printed for the author, by J. Robinson., 1809. Maryland 1809
  The Death of the embargo. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r., [1809?] Massachusetts 1809
Whitelaw, James, 1748-1829. A map of the state of Vermont [cartographic material] / by James Whitelaw Esqr. 1809. ; Snyder sc. [Burlington, Vt. : s.n., 1809] Vermont 1809
  An Affecting history of the captivity and sufferings of Mrs. Mary Gerard, an Italian lady. : Who was seven years a slave in Tripoli, three of which she was confined in a dungeon, loaded with irons, and three times put to cruel torture. : The history of this innocent and unfortunate lady, is allowed by all those who have perused it, to be one of the most striking accounts that ever appeared in print, and would almost excite tears of blood, unless every avenue of compassion was shut up. Boston : --Printed for Artumus Belcher., [181-?] Massachusetts 1810
Alden, Timothy, 1736-1828. Lines / by Rev. Timothy Alden of Yarmouth, Massachusetts, ; written at the age of seventy three. [Boston? : s.n., 1810?] Massachusetts 1810
  Alonzo and the fair Imogene. : A tragical love song. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] United States 1810
  American tar, : a sea song. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] United States 1810
American taxation. Taxation [of America]. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] United States 1810
Barnhill, John Redman. Elegy on the death of G-- A-- H-- / by John Redman Barnhill. [Philadelphia : s.n.], 1810. Pennsylvania 1810
Blakes evening companion. Book 3. Blake's evening companion. For the flute, clarinet, violin or flagelet. : Book [blank] Price one dollar. Philadelphia : Published and sold by G.E. Blake., [1810 or 1811?] Pennsylvania 1810
Blankin. Le coup de fouet: : réponse à la diatribe de M. Négrin contre les Français. : [Ten lines from Voltaire] Philadelphie: : Imprimé pour l'auteur., 1810. Pennsylvania 1810
Bourne, George, 1780-1845. Education. : A discourse, upon the nature and importance of a good education. / By George Bourne. ; [One line of quotation] Staunton [Va.]: : Published by the author. Isaac Collett, printer. Price 25 cents., 1810. Virginia 1810
Brookfield Agricultural Society. The trustees of the Brookfield Agricultural Society beg leave to propose to the members the following questions. [Brookfield, Mass. : Printed by E. Merriam & Co., 181-?] Massachusetts 1810
Brown, David Paul, 1795-1872. An oration, delivered by David P. Brown, president of the Columbian Debating Society, of Philadelphia. On the Fourth of July, 1810. Before a large and respectable audience. [Philadelphia] : Printed, by vote of the Society, by a member., 1810. Pennsylvania 1810
Burns, Robert, 1759-1796. The soldier's return: : a love song. [Massachusetts : s.n., ca. 1810?] Massachusetts 1810
Charlestown (Boston, Mass.) Statement of the expenses of the town of Charlestown, : from May, 1809, to May, 1810. [Charlestown, Mass. : s.n., 1810] Massachusetts 1810
Chesman, Edward. Verses on the death of Mrs. Sarah Thayer, of old Braintree, in the state of Massachusetts, / by Edward Chesman. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] United States 1810
Children in the wood (Ballad) Children in the wood. : Being a true relation of the inhuman murder of two children ... [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] United States 1810
Children in the wood (Ballad) The Children in the wood. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] United States 1810
Cleland, John, 1709-1789. Memoirs of a woman of pleasure. / Written by herself. ; Volume I. London: : Printed for G. Felton, in the Strand., 1787. [i.e., Boston? : Munroe & Francis?, ca. 1810] Massachusetts 1810
Collins, John, 1742-1808. The downhill of life : together with The wounded hussar. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] United States 1810
Connecticut. Militia. State of Connecticut, May 10, 1810. General orders. : At a general court martial, of which Charles Jenks, Esq. brigadier general of the 1st brigade of Connecticut militia, was president, was tried, George Sellew, Esq. major of the 6th regiment of said militia, on the following charges, viz. ... [Hartford : s.n., 1810] Connecticut 1810
Davies, Benjamin. A short and easy introduction to universal geography; by way of question and answer: : containing a general description of the earth, with a brief account of the situation, natural and political state of all the principal empires, kingdoms and republics throughout the known world. : To which is prefixed a definition of all the common geographical terms, and a number of useful problems performed on the terrestrial globe. : Intended for the use of young pupils in the science of geography. / By Benjamin Davies, author of Modern geography, &c. Philadelphia, : Published by Bennett & Walton, no. 31 Market Street. Fagan & Lush printers., 1810. Pennsylvania 1810
  The Death of Gen. Washington : with some remarks on Jeffersonian policy. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. Milk-Street, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Dennison, David. By his Majesty's royal letters patent. Improved jaundice bitters, or the grand anti-bilious corrective. : Prepared by David Dennison. Under the patronage of the first physicians of Europe and America. Where half a million of persons can testify to their worth. [Portsmouth, N.H.? : s.n., 181-?] New Hampshire 1810
  A Dialogue between Death and a lady. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] United States 1810
Dodd, William, 1729-1777. Dr. Dodd's sermon upon malt. [United States : s.n., 181-?] United States 1810
Drake, Daniel, 1785-1852. Notices concerning Cincinnati. / By Daniel Drake. Cincinnati: : Printed for the author, at the press of John W. Browne & Co., 1810. Ohio 1810
Dufief, N. G. (Nicolas Gouin), 1776?-1834. Philadelphia, September 15, 1810. : In order to promote the sale of a work which you have so liberally patronised, I have published the pamphlet forwarded to you ... The retail price of the new dictionary will be ten dollars for the three volumes ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] Pennsylvania 1810
Dunn, Samuel, 1746-1843. An elegy, composed on the death, of Joseph, and John Lindsy, who were burnt to death in a coal-cabin, in Dana, Worcester County, (Ms.) on the night of the 23d, of Dec. 1809. [Massachusetts? : s.n., 1810?] Massachusetts 1810
Dying words of Captain Kidd. The dying words of Captain Robert Kidd. A noted pirate, who was hanged at execution dock, in England. [Massachusetts? : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] Massachusetts 1810
Eastern Association of Universalists (U.S.) (Circular.) The Eastern Association of Universalian Societies, believing in the promises made unto Abraham, : that in thy seed (which is Christ) shall all the families, and all the nations, and all the kindreds of the earth be blessed. [Augusta, Me.? : s.n., 1810] Maine 1810
Epenetus. Address to the patrons of the Herald of gospel liberty. : Herald-office, Portland, January 1, 1811. [Portland, Me. : Printed by John P. Colcord, 1810] Maine 1810
  The Factor's garland, : a strange and remarkable story. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] United States 1810
Farrand and Nicholas. Proposals / by Farrand and Nicholas, ; for publishing by subscription a new periodical work, to be issued quarterly, and to be entitled the American review of history and politics and general repository of literature and state papers. [Philadelphia : Printed by Farrand and Nicholas, 1810] Pennsylvania 1810
Farrand, Mallory and Co. Proposals, for publishing, by subscription, A sketch of Louisiana. ... By an American, lately returned from that city. ... [Boston : Published by Farrand, Mallory, & Co. ; Portland, Me. : Lyman, Mallory, & Co., 1810] Massachusetts 1810
Federal Party (Mass.) To the electors of the county of Berkshire. : Patriotic nominations. At a meeting of the Federal Republicans of the county of Berkshire, holden at Lenox on Thursday the 15th day of March current [1810] ... [Pittsfield, Mass. : Printed by Milo Smith, 1810] Massachusetts 1810
Federal Party (Mass.). Central Committee. Gentlemen, We have every reason to apprehend that by means of the intrigue and deception practised at the last elections : ... the chief magistrate of the commonwealth will be supplanted in his office. This most unfortunate event does not, however, in the least degree diminish our confidence in the success of proper exertions to effect the choice of a Federal legislature. ... [Boston : s.n., 1810] Massachusetts 1810
Fenner, James, 1771-1846. To the citizens of the state of Rhode/Island and Providence Plantations. : Having been informed by a number of my fellow-citizens, that, with a view of influencing the pending election, my political sentiments have been misrepresented ... [Providence : Printed by Jones & Wheeler, 1810] Rhode Island 1810
Fessenden, Thomas Green, 1771-1837. Song, / by Thomas G. Fessenden, Esq. ; The press. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1815?] Massachusetts 1810
First Baltimore Hose Company. Constitution, for the government of the First Baltimore Hose Company. : Agreed to March 31st, 1810. Baltimore: : Printed by John Hewes., 1810. Maryland 1810
First Church (Worcester, Mass.) Articles of faith and covenant adopted by the First Church of Christ in Worcester, : to be read at the admission of members, for their assent. [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 181-] Massachusetts 1810
Fowler, Benjamin. Captain John, : a traitorous Indian, who was employed by the Americans, during the Revolutionary War, as a guide, to conduct a small band of patriots on their route to Fort Herkimer. The little band intended to storm this fort; but owing to the treachery of the guide were led out of their way, and compelled to return without accomplishing their design. The following song, descriptive of their sufferings, &c. was written by Benjamin Fowler, who was one of the number, and an eye-witness of what he relates. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] United States 1810
Furman, John K., 1778?-1813. Fredonian Printing Office, no. 14, Frankfort-Street, three doors below St. John's Hall. : John K. Furman informs his friends generally, and the public in particular, that he has selected a small printing office, which is now opened at the above place and under the above title ... [New York : Printed by John K. Furman, 1810] New York (State) 1810
Humane Society of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Humane Society. : The anniversary of the Massachusetts Humane Society will be celebrated this day at half past 4 o'clock, P.M. at the Chapel Church. : The performances on the occasion will be ... [Boston : s.n., 1810] Massachusetts 1810
Kelley, Thomas. To grocers and other liquor merchants. : A person who is well acquainted with the liquor business ... who understands the method in which they are originally made ... well as the most approved and successful method ... of altering, mixing and compounding them, so as to sell them to the best advantage--which business he has followed in Philadelphia for several years ... now has a mind to move to the western country ... During the time required to close his business in Philadelphia, he is willing (for a reasonable compensation) to sell instructions to a few others in the Atlantic states, who may wish to follow the business ... who may not have had an equal opportunity of learning it. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., between 1810 and 1830] Pennsylvania 1810
King, William, -1839. Electrical exhibition, : at the house of Joseph Wheeler, in Kingston, William King, electrician, informs the ladies and gentlemen of Kingston, and its vicinity, that he proposes to entertain them on this and the following evening, with lectures upon electricity, illustrated with a variety of curious and surprising philosophical experiments, with a large electrical machine and apparatus. [Kingston, N.Y.? : s.n., 1810] New York (State) 1810
Tilden, Stephen, 1690-1766. Lawyers and bullfrogs. : A song. [Boston? : s.n., 181-?] Massachusetts 1810
Lord Bateman. Lord Bakeman: : who was taken by the Turks and put in prison, and afterwards released by the jailor's daughter, whom he married. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] United States 1810
Lyon, Matthew, 1749-1822. A letter from the Hon. Matthew Lyon, a member of Congress from Kentucky, : to his friend in Pownal, Vermont; published in the Spirit of seventy-six, a news-paper, printed at the city of Washington, March, 9th, 1810. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1810] District of Columbia 1810
Massachusetts. Duties of innkeepers, &c. : Extracts from the laws of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, for the due regulation of innholders, retailers of spiritous liquors, and others. [Boston? : s.n., 181-?] Massachusetts 1810
Mercer, Jesse, 1769-1841. The cluster of spiritual songs. / By Jesse Mercer, Pastor of the Baptist Church at Whatley's Mill, Georgia. ; [Three lines of Scripture texts] Augusta [Ga.] : Printed by Hobby & Bunce, and sold at their book-store., 1810. Georgia 1810
New Orleans (La.). Office of the Mayor. Cité de la Nouvelle-Orleans. Mairie. : Vu la récommandation de deux propriétaires domiciliés en ladite cité ... il est permis à [blank] de vendre et détailler des liqueurs et boissons spiritueuses ... = City of New-Orleans. Mayoralty Office. : In consequence of the recommendation of tow [sic] reputable free holders of the said city ... permission is hereby granted to [blank] for the sale of spiritous liquors ... [New Orleans : s.n., between 1810 and 1817] Louisiana 1810
On parting. A hymn, composed by three Indian friends who graduated at Dartmouth College, at a favourite bower, : On parting. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] United States 1810
Preacher of the Gospel. A new thought on time and eternity, or The difference between to day and to morrow. : (An invitation to youth for a new year.) [Salem, Mass.? : s.n., ca. 1810] Massachusetts 1810
Proudfit, Alexander, 1770-1843. A word to mothers on the religious instruction of their children; : Also a word to little children, respecting their eternal concerns. / By Alexander Proudfit. [Salem, N.Y.? : Printed by Dodd & Rumsey?, ca. 1810] New York (State) 1810
Rush, Benjamin, 1746-1813. A moral and physical thermometer. : A scale of the progress of temperance and intemperance. Liquors, with effects in their usual order. / By Benjamin Rush, M.D. [United States : s.n., 181-?] United States 1810
Russell, P. The lines on this sheet were composed by P. Russell, while lying in irons in the Moro Castle, : --who has been prevented from obtaining a livelihood in the ordinary pursuits of life by wounds received in battle. : To prevent imposition the following is a description of his person: six feet in height; of a very plethoric habit, a scar of a boarding pike through the left hand.--Scars of two pistol balls in the right breast, and a scar from a boarding pike and a small sword in the left breast. [United States : s.n., 181-?] United States 1810
Stone, Joseph, 1758-1837. Thoughts on virtuous love, / by Joseph Stone. [Worcester, Mass.? : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] Massachusetts 1810
White, George, 1764- A brief account of the life, experience, travels, and gospel labours of George White, an African; / written by himself, and revised by a friend. ; [Five lines from St. Paul] New-York: : Printed by John C. Totten, no. 155 Chatham-Street., 1810. New York (State) 1810
Young man of P. The looking glass or A description of some female characters to be avoided by youths of both sexes. / By a young man of P. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] United States 1810
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. At a meeting, in Farmington, September 5th, 1810, of the Commissioners for Foreign Missions, appointed by the General Association of Massachusetts Proper, at their sessions in Bradford, June 27th, 1810; present His Excellency John Treadwell, Esq. Rev. Drs. Joseph Lyman, Samuel Spring, Rev. Samuel Worcester, Calvin Chapin. [Boston? : Printed by Samuel T. Armstong?, 1810] Massachusetts 1810
Bible. English. Hieroglyphic Bible. 1810. Hieroglyphick Bible. [Boston? : s.n., between 1810 and 1819?] Massachusetts 1810
Ball, Jonathan, 1755-1829. Spiritual experience of Jonathan Ball, of Millford [i.e., Milford], (N.H.) [New Hampshire? : s.n., ca. 1810?] New Hampshire 1810
Cock Robin. The death and burial of Cock Robin: : with the story of the farmer's daughters, : to which is added, The tragical death of an apple-pye. : Ornamented with engravings. Albany: : Printed by E. and E. Hosford., 1810. New York (State) 1810
Episcopal Church. A form of prayer, &c. [United States : s.n., 181-?] United States 1810
Doddridge, Philip, 1702-1751. The principles of the Christian religion; : divided into lessons for children. / By Dr. Doddridge. ; To which are added, pleasing selections suitable for children. Boston: : Printed and sold by Lincoln & Edmands, no. 53, Cornhill., 1810. Massachusetts 1810
Doddridge, Philip, 1702-1751. The principles of the Christian religion, in verse: : For the use of children. / By P. Doddridge, D.D. ; [Two lines from John] New-York: : Published by Williams & Whiting. E.B. Gould, printer., 1810. New York (State) 1810
Federal Party (N.Y.). Committee of the City of Albany. Military despotism; or, Gov. Tompkins convicted, : by the grand inquest of the state, of having acted, in his character of commander in chief, in an unmilitary, improper, and oppressive manner, in the case of Capt. Ferris, of the county of Westchester. ... Read this report, fellow-citizens, and say, whether you think Mr. Tompkins is fit to be the commander in chief of the militia of the state of New-York. ... [Albany : s.n., 1810] New York (State) 1810
Connecticut Medical Society. At a convention, of the fellows of the Medical Society, of the state of Connecticut. Held at New-Haven, October 17th, and 18th, 1810. [New Haven : s.n., 1810] Connecticut 1810
Episcopal Church. Eastern Diocese. The constitution of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the Eastern Diocese of the United States of America. [Boston : s.n., 1810] Massachusetts 1810
Bible. English. Authorized. 1810. The Holy Bible, : containing the Old and New Testaments, / translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised; ; with the learned and excellent preface of the Rev. Thomas Scott, D.D. author of the commentary on the Bible, &c. ; Illustrated with maps. New-York: : Published by Williams and Whiting, theological and classical booksellers, no. 118, Pearl-Street. J. Seymour, printer., 1810[-1812]. New York (State) 1810
Calamy, Benjamin, 1642-1686. Poor Joseph. : With reflections. [Boston] : Printed and sold by Lincoln & Edmands, no. 53 Cornhill., [between 1810 and 1823] Massachusetts 1810
Darton, William, 1755-1819. A present for a little girl. Baltimore: : Printed by Warner & Hanna, at the Bible and Heart Office., 1810. Maryland 1810
New York (N.Y.) Know all men by these presents, that [blank] do, by these presents, for good and valuable considerations, fully and absolutely manumit, make free, and set at liberty, [blank] slave, named [blank] ... the [blank] day of [blank] one thousand eight hundred and [blank] ... [New York : s.n., 181-] New York (State) 1810
Edgeworth, Maria, 1768-1849. Lazy Lawrence. / By Miss Edgeworth. Boston: : Published by Munroe and Francis. no. 4, Cornhill., [between 1810 and 1824] Massachusetts 1810
Boswell, James, 1740-1795. The journal of a tour to the Hebrides, with Samuel Johnson, L.L.D. / By James Boswell, Esq. ; Containing some poetical pieces by Dr. Johnson, relative to the tour, and never before published: a series of his conversation, literary anecdotes, and opinions of men and books: with an authentic account of the distresses and escape of the grandson of King James II, in the year 1746. ; [Four lines from Pope] ; From the London edition, revised and corrected by the author. Philadelphia: : Published by John F. Watson, no. 98, South Second Street., 1810. Pennsylvania 1810
Branagan, Thomas, 1774-1843. The flowers of literature; : being an exhibition of the most interesting geographical, historical, miscellaneous and theological subjects, in miniature. : To which are prefixed, preliminary addresses to parents, teachers and their pupils. / By Thomas Branagan, author of The beauties of philanthropy, &c. &c. Philadelphia: : Printed for P. Ward, by J. Rakestraw., 1810. Pennsylvania 1810
Brannan and Morford. A catalogue of books for sale by Brannan and Morford, Chesnut Street, Philadelphia. [Philadelphia : s.n.], August, 1810. Pennsylvania 1810
Corp, Harriet. A sequel to An antidote to the miseries of human life, : containing a further account of Mrs. Placid and her daughter Rachel. / By the author of the Antidote. New-York: : Printed for T. and J. Swords, I. Riley, S. Gould, J. Tiebout, J. Thompson, R. Scott, and S. Woods [i.e., S. Wood], C.S. Van Winkle, printer, opposite the City-Hall., 1810. New York (State) 1810
Edwards, Bryan, 1743-1800. A new atlas of the British West Indies, : with a whole sheet general map of the West India Islands, and a whole sheet map of the island of Hispaniola, or St. Domingo. [Philadelphia]. : Engraved to accompany the Philadelphia edition of Edwards's History of the West Indies, published by Levis & Weaver, no. 193, Market St. Philadelphia., 1810. Pennsylvania 1810
Day, Thomas, 1748-1789. The history of little Jack. : Embellished with a number of engravings. ... Philadelphia: : Printed for the purchasers., [ca. 1810?] Pennsylvania 1810
Dupré, Lewis, 1762-1813. A rational & benevolent plan for averting some of the calamitous consequences of slavery, : being a practicable, seasonable, and profitable institution for the progressive emancipation of Virginia and Carolina slaves. / By L. Dupré. ; [Three lines of quotations] [United States] : Printed for the author., 1810. United States 1810
Dupré, Lewis, 1762-1813. A political view of the evils of slavery; : by way of appendix to a system of progressive emancipation. / By L. Dupré. ; [Two lines of quotation] [United States] : Printed for the authour [sic]., 1810. United States 1810
Dupré, Lewis, 1762-1813. The sovereignty of the moral law: : wherein alone the sovereignty of divine grace and the free will of man can harmonize: being an attempt to reconcile the law of grace with the law of works. / By L. Du Pré. ; [Two lines of Scripture text] [Washington, D.C.] : From the press of "The Spirit of 'seventy-six" Washington City. For the author., 1810. District of Columbia 1810
Baron Munchausen's narrative of his marvellous travels. Gulliver redivious [i.e., redivivus], or, The curious and entertaining travels & adventures by sea and land, of the renowned Baron Munchausen, : including a tour to the United States of America, in the year 18[03]. [New-York?] : Printe[d for the editor?], [ca. 1810?] New York (State) 1810
Edgeworth, Maria, 1768-1849. The parent's assistant or Stories for children. : In three volumes. / By Maria Edgeworth, author of Practical education, Moral tales, Early lessons, &c. Volume I[-III]. Boston: : Published by Munroe and Francis. no. 4, Cornhill., [between 1810 and 1824] Massachusetts 1810
  American taxation. : This song was written when the trump of war sounded through this happy land, and although peculiarly applicable to those times, cannot but be received with approbation at the present day. [Boston? : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] Massachusetts 1810
  American taxation: : a song of seventy-nine. [Boston] : Nathaniel Coverly, printer, Milk-Street., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The American union, : and the Birth of Gen. Washington. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Aupaumut, Hendrick, 1757?-1830. Indian letter. : Extract of a letter from Capt. Hendricks, an Indian chief, of the Stockbridge nation, to Col. Pickering, one of the commissioners appointed by the president of the United States, for holding a treaty with the Six Nations, at Canandaigua, in the fall 1794. [Boston] : N. Coverly, Jr. printer, Milk-Street, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Bateman's tragedy: : being a warning to all maidens, by the example of God's judgments shewed on Jerman's wife, of Clifton in the county of Nottingham, who lying in child-bed, was borne away, and never heard of afterwards. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Battle of Bunker Hill. / This song was composed by the British after the engagement. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Battle of Bunker Hill, / this song was composed by the British, after the engagement. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Bold soldier, : together with Sweet pig of Richmond Hill:[.] [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r. corner of Theatre Alley.---Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Bonny blade, or Dumb wife; : together with Roseline Castle. [Boston] : Printed and sold by Nathaniel Coverly, corner Theatre-Alley, Milk-Street.--Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Boston frigate's engagement with the French corvette Le Berceau, : and Tom Bowline's epitaph. [Boston] : Printed and sold by N. Coverly, Jun. Milk-Street, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The British lamentation, : together with Green on the cape, or The Irish hero. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Brother sailor. : An address to sailors. Tune, Indian chief. : Together with the Spiritual soldier's uniform. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Brother sailor, or An address to seamen.--- : Together with the Dying words of a young man. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Bunch of rushes, : and A sprig of shillelah, and shamrock so green. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Burns, Robert, 1759-1796. The soldier's return : -- a love song. [Boston] : N. Coverly, Jr. printer, Milk-Street, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Campbell, Thomas, 1777-1844. Erin go brah: : together with St. Patrick's day in the morning. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Campbell, Thomas, 1777-1844. The soldier's dream, : together with The cabinet of wonders. [Boston] : Printed and sold by N. Coverly, Jun. corner of Theatre Alley,---Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Campbell, Thomas, 1777-1844. The wounded hussar: : together with Sweet William's departure. [Boston] : Printed and sold by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. corner Theatre-Alley,--Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Captain James, : who was hung and gibbeted in England, for starving to death his cabbin-boy [sic]. [Boston] : Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. printer, Milk-Street, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Captain Ward, the pirate-- : with an account of his famous fight with the Rainbow, ship of war. [Boston] : Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. printer, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Chandler, John Westbrooke, 1769-1805. The beggar girl, : together with Truxton's victory. Boston: : Printed and sold by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r. corner of Theatre Alley--Milk Street., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Chelsea butcher. : A tragical account of the cruel murder, of three innocent creatures, by a butcher in Chelsea. : Tune--Moll Row. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Children in the wood. : Being a true relation of the inhuman murder of two children ... [Boston] : Songs, by the gross, or single may be had of N. Coverly, corner of Theatre-Alley, Milk-St. Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Christian pilgrim. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly Jun., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Christian's song, / written by a young lady: ; together with a hymn called Love to Christ. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Colman, George, 1762-1836. Thimble's scolding wife. : Together with The Boston beau and the cow. [Boston]: N. Coverly, Jr. printer, Milk-St. Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Colman, George, 1762-1836. Unfortunate Miss Bailey: : together with the Bailiff, an excellent parody upon unfortunate Miss Bailey. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Conversion hymn: : together with the Harvest of the world. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Corydon and Phillis. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  A Country love song, : together with Tom Bowling. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Country 'squire: : together with How stands the glass. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Cunningham, John, 1729-1773. Corydon and Phillis, : together with The bright god of day. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Cussans, Jack. Robinson Crusoe. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Cussans, Jack. Robinson Crusoe. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Death of Gen. Washington. The Death of Gen. Wahsington [sic], : with some remarks on Jeffersonian policy. [Boston] : N. Coverly, Jun. printer, Milk-St. Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Death of General Wolfe: : together with John Bull's description of a church. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Death of Washington, with some remarks on Jeffersonian policy. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Deloney, Thomas, 1543?-1600. Fair Rosamond : a lamentable ditty. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. Milk-Street--Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Description of a wonderful old man: : together with An Irish song. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  A Dialogue between Death and a lady. [Boston] : Printed and sold by Nathaniel Coverly, corner Theatre-Alley, Milk-Street.--Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  A Dialogue between Death and a lady:[.] [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. corner of Theatre-Alley, Milk-Street, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814. Giles Scroggins ghost; : together with Looney Mactwolter, and Sally MacGee. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814. The Greenwich pensioner, : together with the Sailor's glory. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r. corner of Theatre Alley., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814. Mary, marry John,[.] [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r. corner of Theatre Alley---Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814. The sailor's journal, : and Jockey to the fair. [Boston] : Printed and sold by Nathaniel Coverly, Milk-Street, corner of Theatre Alley, Boston, : October, 1810. Massachusetts 1810
Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814. Tid re i or The marriage of Miss Kitty O'Donavan to Mr. Paddy O'Raffety. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814. Tom Tough: : together with Crazy Jane. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814. The woodman. : Together with The woodman's hut, and Maid of Lodi. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Dorsetshire garland, or The miser outwitted: : showing how a rich gentleman of Dorsetshire, who had but one child, a daughter, about 14 years old, when he died, left her to the care of his brother, a rich miser; how the miser contrived to murder his neice for the sake of her money, but was disappointed of his wicked purpose; and how he was forced to part with all his gold to save his life. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r. corner Theatre Alley, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Duke of Cumberland's frolick. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
D'Urfey, Thomas, 1653-1723. The farmer's daughter; or Barley maid. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, corner of Theatre-Alley Milk-Street.--Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Dying soldier : together with the Galley slave. [Boston] : Printed by N. Coverly, Jun. corner of Theatre Alley, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Dying words of Captain Kidd. The dying words of Captain Robert Kidd, a noted pirate, who was hanged at Execution-Dock, in England. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Dying words of Captain Kidd. The dying words of Capt. Robert Kidd: a noted pirate, who was hanged at Execution Dock, in England. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Earthquake: : verses on the earth-quake, in North-America, in the year 1755, and worthy the attention of every person, particularly as we have lately had like visitations. [Boston] : Printed by N. Coverly, Jun'r., [1810] Massachusetts 1810
  The Exiles of Eden. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Exile's return, : together with Delia and the Rose. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Farmer's daughter: : a new song. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Female drummer: : and The blue bell of Scotland. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Female hay-makers: : together with Cold winter. [Boston] : N. Coverly, printer, Milk-Street, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Fielding, J. W. Lord Nelson's battle of the Nile. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Fiery devil, : together with Granny Wales. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Free Mason's songs. [Boston] : N. Coverly, Jr. printer, Milk-St. Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Friendly society, : together with Heaving anchor. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Frog and mouse, or The frog he would a wooing go. [Boston] : N. Coverly, Jr. printer, Milk-Street, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Gay, John, 1685-1732. Black ey'd Susan. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Gay, John, 1685-1732. Sweet William's departure, : together with The post captain. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  General Burgoyne's lamentation. : Tune--"Irish lamentation." [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  General Warren: or The battle of Bunker Hill. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r. corner Theatre Alley, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Girl of my heart, : together with Crazy Jane, and the Wood robin. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. corner of Theatre-Alley, Milk-St. Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Golden bull,[.] [Boston] : Printed and sold by Nathaniel Coverly Jun'r. corner of Theatre-Alley, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Good shepherd, : together with a Hymn on baptism. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Granny Wales, : and The mulberry-tree. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Granny Wales, : and the Mulberry tree. [Boston] : Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. printer, Milk-St., Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Guardian angels, : together with the Rose tree. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r. corner Theatre Alley, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Handsome Harry or The deceitful young man; : shewing how a sailor courted a fair maiden, named Ruth, and having got her with child, he went to sea and left her; and how her ghost appeared to him, &c. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr. Milk-Street, corner Theatre-Alley, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Handsome Harry, or The deceitful young man. : Shewing how a sailor courted a fair maiden, named Ruth, and having got her with child, he went to sea and left her; and how her ghost appeared to him, &c. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Happy child, : being a narrative of the holy life and peaceable death of a remarkable pious child of Hertfordshire----England. [Boston] : Printed and sold by Nathaniel Coverly, Milk-Street., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Happy man, and the true gentleman. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Happy ship carpenter. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Hopkinson, Francis, 1737-1791. Battle of the kegs. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Hopkinson, Joseph, 1770-1842. Hail Columbia: : together with a favorite song, celebrating the naval prowess of America at the commencement of the Revolution. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Humphreys, David, 1752-1818. American manufactures, : the best trump to play with Great Britain. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Hunter, John, Mrs., 1742-1821. A death song of an Indian chief: : and The bright god of day. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Hunting the hare: : a favorite song. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Irish robber, : together with My old horse. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  An Irishman's observations on British politics, : together with Boston privateering. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r. corner of Theatre-Alley.---Boston:, [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
J. B. An invitation to reformation. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Yarmouth tragedy Jemmy and Nancy. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Jolly sailor, : together with The Bay of Biscay O [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Fessenden, Thomas Green, 1771-1837. Jonathan's courtship. [Boston] : Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. printer, Milk-Street, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Kate and her horns. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Kate and her horns. [Boston] : N. Coverly, Jr. printer, Milk-Street, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Knight, T. (Thomas), -1820. Tom Starboard : and Glorious victory. [Boston] : Printed and sold by Nathaniel Coverly, Milk-Street, corner of Theatre Alley, Boston,, October, 1810. Massachusetts 1810
  The Lawyer outwitted. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Tilden, Stephen, 1690-1766. Lawyers and bullfrogs. [Boston] : Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. printer, Milk-Street, Boson [sic]., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Leavett, Jack. A new sea song. / Written by Jack Leavett. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Lines composed on the death of Parker. : Who was hung at the yard arm, for mutiny, in England. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Lord Bateman. Lord Bakeman, : who was taken by the Turks and put in prison, and afterwards released by the jailor's daughter, whom he married. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. Milk-Street; corner Theatre-Alley, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Lord Cornwallis's surrender. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Love in a tub: or The merchant outwitted by a vintner. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Love in a tub: or The merchant outwitted by a vintner. : Shewing, how a vintner in London fell in love with a wine merchants daughter--how they funn'd the old man ... [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Love song about murder:[.] [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  A Lover's lamentation for the girl he left behind him; : and Her answer. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  A Lover's lamentation for the girl he left behind him. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Lowe, John, 1750-1798. Mary's dream, : together with Just like love--Sally Roy--Henry and Emma. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Major Andre: : written while he was a prisoner in the American camp. : Together with The rose. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr. Milk-Street, corner Theatre-Alley, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Major's only son[.] [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. Milk-Street, Boston:, [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Major's only son, and his true love's overthrow. : The following lines were composed by himself on the melancholy occasion. (He was a native of the commonwealth of Massachusetts.) [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Mallet, David, 1705?-1765. Margaret's ghost. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Mary's dream: : together with Owen, and The beggar girl. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Modern follies: a new song. [Boston] : Printed and sold by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr. corner of Theatre-Alley--Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Moore, Thomas, 1779-1852. The legacy: : together with the Old maid's last prayer. [Boston] : N. Coverly, Jr. printer, Milk-St. Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Mournful tragedy of Rosanna. Rosanna. [Boston] : N. Coverly, Jr. printer, Milk-St. Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Mournful tragedy of Rosanna. [Boston] : Printed by N. Coverly, Jun'r., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  A New bundling song. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. Milk-Street, Boston:, [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The New Erin go bragh: or, The exile of Erin's return home. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  A New Irish song, : together with the Banks of the Dee. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr. corner of Theatre Alley.---Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  A New song in favour of courting:[.] [Boston] : Printed and sold by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. Boston:, [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  A New thought on time and eternity; or, The difference between to day and to morrow. : (An invitation to youth for a new year.) [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The New tid re i: or The birth of Paddy O'Rafferty, Jun. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  OBrian's celebrated Irish sermon,[.] [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. corner Theatre-Alley, Milk Street, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Old maid's last prayer; : and the Primrose girl. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Old man and young wife. : Together with "Money makes the mare go." [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  On the evils of state religion upheld by law. Boston, : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. Milk Street., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  On the various sects of religion: : [Four lines from Beza's Epigram upon Luther] [Boston] : N. Coverly, printer, Milk-St., Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Opie, Amelia, 1769-1853. The orphan boy; : The galley slave, and the Sailor's return. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Paddy's land: : together with An Irishman's heart for the ladies. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. corner Theatre Alley. Boston:, [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. Death of General Wolfe, : together with Susan's lamentation. Boston: : Printed and sold by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r. corner of Theatre Alley--Milk Street., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. Death of General Wolfe; : together with Tippy Jack's journey to Brighton. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Patrick O'Neal. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Paul Jones's victory. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Paul Jones's victory. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Pearce, William, active 1785-1796. Heaving the lead. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1815] Massachusetts 1810
  Peggy Band. : Together with Nancy Dawson. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Peggy Band, : together with Nancy Dawson. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Pennyworth of wit. Penny-worth of wit. : Here's a choice penny worth of wit, for all who stand in need of it. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Pindar, Peter, 1738-1819. Tom Halliard, : together with The soldier's adieu. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Pocock, I. (Isaac), 1782-1835. The land of sweet Erin, : together with The garland of love, and Erin go brah. [Boston] : N. Coverly, Jr. printer, Milk-Street, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Polly Goold. The last words of Polly Goold. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Polly Wand, : together with the Beggar girl, and Tom Starboard. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Pompey and his associates. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Poor little child of a tar, : together with Sweet Poll of Plymouth. Boston: : Printed and sold by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r. corner of Theatre Alley--Milk-Street., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  A Pound of tow: : together with The downhill of life. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Praise of women: : together with Sweet Poll of Plymouth. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r. corner Theatre Alley, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The 'Prentice boy,[.] [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly,, Jun. Milk Street.----Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Prentice boy. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Ranordine, : together with Paddy's seven ages. [Boston] : N. Coverly, Jr. printer, Milk-Street, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Rare sights, or, Hue boys hue. [Boston] : Nathaniel Coverly, printer, Milk-Street, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Red Jacket (Seneca chief), approximately 1756-1830. Indian speech, : delivered before a gentleman missionary, from Massachusetts, by a chief, commonly called by the white people Red Jacket. His Indian name is Sagu-ya-what-hath, which being interpreted, is Keeper-Awake. [Boston] : Nathaniel Coverly, printer, Milk-St. Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Reformed rake, : together with Here's the bower. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Remonstrance of Almasa, wife of Almas Ali Cawn, to General Warren Hastings. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Resident. Meriden town; a new song. : Tune--"The hounds are all up, and the morning doth peep." [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Robin Bohugh's reason why he married such an ill looking wife. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, corner of Theatre-Alley, Milk-Street.--Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Rowson, Mrs., 1762-1824. America, commerce & freedom. : Together with the Soldier and his fair maid. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Sailor's farewell; : together with the Sailor's return, and the Praise of women. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, corner Theatre-Alley, Milk-Street.--Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Sale at auction: : to be sold on the first day January, 1850, in the City of Truth, if not previously disposed of, the following being taken as contraband articles from the merchant of Babylon. Surplices worn in imitation of pagan priests. Band worn in imitation of high priests, amongst the Jews. ... [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Sally in our ally [sic] : together with Murtock Delarney's travels and return to Ballinafad. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. Milk-Street--Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Sea captain, or Tit for tat. [Boston] : N. Coverly, Jun. printer, Milk-St. Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Shilley M'Grouch : and the Magpie. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Siege of Tripoli. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Soldier and his fair maid, : together with Hard times. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Soldier's life: : and Tempered steel. [Boston] : Printed and sold by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. Milk-Street, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  A Song, composed on the evacuation of Boston by the British troops, commanded by General Howe: : who were panic struck, and thrown into the utmost confusion, at the appearrance of General Washington, with a detachment of the American army, who in one night, (unexpectedly to the Britons,) erected strong breast-works, with heavy cannon pointed at the Men of War, then lying in the harbour. [Boston] : Printed by N. Coverly, Jun. corner Theatre Alley., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  A Song made on the taking of General Burgoyne. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  A Song, written on a Virginia cotton and tobacco merchant. : Together with the Female drummer. [Boston] : N. Coverly, Jr. printer, Milk-Street, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Stage dream. [Boston] : Printed and sold by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r. corner Theatre-Alley. Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Stevens, George Alexander, 1710-1784. The tempest. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Stevens, George Alexander, 1710-1784. The tempest, : together with "The last time I came o'er the moor." [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Susan's lamentation. : Tune--"Though far beyond the mountains" [Boston] : Printed and sold by Nath. Coverly, Milk-Street, corner Theatre-Alley, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  A Sweet country life; : together with the Sailor's farewell. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly,, Jun. corner of Theatre Alley., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Sweet William of Plymouth. [Boston] : N. Coverly, Jr. printer, Milk-Street, Boston ..., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Taylor's [sic] garland, or, The double marriage. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Teague's ramble to the camp. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Thomas, Sarah. Reflections of Sarah Thomas, : an unfortunate young woman, who was executed for stealing two surplices, out of St. Mary's Church, London. : These few lines are dedicated to all young persons, in hopes they will take warning by the untimely end of the said young woman, and refrain from vice, for as the apostle St. Paul says, "the wages of sin is death." [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Tid the grey mare or, Young Johnny the miller. : Together with Here's the bower. [Boston] : N. Coverly, Jr. printer, Milk-Street, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Times. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  To the teachers of Toryism, : together with Priestcraft exposed. In imitation of Watt's Indian philosopher. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Tom Bolin. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. Milk Street, Boston:, [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Tom Bolin, : and the Maid of Boston. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Tonson, Mons. Rogers & victory. / Written by Mons. Tonson, late hair-dresser to his imperial and royal majesty the Emperor of the French. [Boston] : Printed and sold by Nath. Coverly, Milk-Street, corner Theatre-Alley, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  A Tragical account of the two lovers of Exeter, in England, who having missed of each other, they died of grief on the road. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Union. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Valley below, : together with Sterne's Maria. [Boston] : Printed and sold by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. corner Theatre-Alley.--Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Valliant [sic] London prentice: : being an account of his matchless manhood, and brave adventures done in Turkey; and how he came to marry the king's daughter, &c. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Vintner outwitted; : together with the favorite song of Sally in our alley. [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Welch, Nancy, 1767-1807. The experience of Nancy Welch, a blind woman. / (Written by herself.) [Boston : s.n., between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Welch, Nancy, 1767-1807. The experiences of Nancy Welch, a blind woman : .....Together with lines for a family of her acquaintance.... / Written by herself. [Boston] : N. Coverly, Jr. printer, Milk-St. Boston, [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Will the weaver, : and The blue bells of Scotland. [Boston] : Printed by N. Coverly Jun'r., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Will the weaver, : together with the Dawn of hope. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r. corner of Theatre Alley---Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  William Riley: : together with the Sailor boy. [Boston] : N. Coverly, Jr. printer, Milk-Street, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Williamson, J. B. (John Brown), -1802. The hobbies. [Boston] : Sold by N. Coverly, corner of Theatre-Alley, Milk-Street, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
Yankee Doodle (Song) The Yankees return from camp. [Boston] : N. Coverly, Jr. printer, Milk-Street, Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  Yankee privateering, : shewing how a little whale-boat, belonging to Portland, took a large British vessel, and being too proud to come home on the water, jumped on the deck of her prize and rode into port. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly Jun. corner of Theatre-Alley., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Young girl's resolution; : together with Friendship. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, corner Theatre-Alley, Milk-Street.--Boston., [between 1810 and 1814] Massachusetts 1810
  The Carriers of the Freeman's journal, and Philadelphia mercantile advertiser, to their patrons, on the commencement of the New Year. January 1, 1811. [Philadelphia : Published by William M'Corkle, 1810] Pennsylvania 1810
Whitelaw, James, 1748-1829. A correct map of the state of Vermont from actual survey, [cartographic material] : exhibiting the county and town lines, rivers, lakes, ponds, mountains, meetinghouses, mills, public roads &c. / By James Whitelaw Esq. late surveyor general. ; Engraved by Amos Doolittle and by James Wilson Vermont 1810. [Vermont : s.n., 1810] Vermont 1810
  Asia from the best authorities. [cartographic material] / Engraved by Doolittle. [Boston] : Published by Thomas & Andrews, Boston., [ca. 1810?] Massachusetts 1810
  Switzerland, with its subjects & allies from the best authorities. [cartographic material] / Doolittle sculp. [Boston] : Published by Thomas & Andrews, [ca. 1810] Massachusetts 1810
Abercrombie, James, 1758-1841. Proposals for publishing by subscription, a supplementary volume to the works of Samuel Johnson, L.L.D. : containing several of his writings which have not been included in his works, together with a selection of the most meritorious publications illustrative of his domestic and literary character. / By James Abercrombie, D.D. Senior Assistant Minister of Christ Church, St. Peters, and St. James's, Philadelphia. [Philadelphia : s.n., between 1811 and 1829] Pennsylvania 1811
Ali Baba (Folk tale) The story of Ali Baba and the forty thieves. Otsego [N.Y.]: : Printed by H. & E. Phinney, Jun. and sold by them wholesale and retail., 1811. New York (State) 1811
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. An address to the Christian public, / prepared and published by a committee of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. [Boston : Printed by Samuel T. Armstrong, 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Aristotle's Masterpiece. Aristotle's master-piece, completed. : In two parts. The first containing the secrets of generation, in all the parts thereof. Treating of the benefit of marriage, and the prejudice of unequal matches. Signs of insufficiency in men or women. Of the infusion of the soul. Of the likeness of children to parents. Of monstrous births. The cause and cure of the green sickness. A discourse of virginity. Directions and cautions for midwives. Of the organs of generation in women, and the fabric of the womb. The use and action of the genitals. Signs of conception, and whether a male or female; with a word of advice to both sexes in the act of copulation. And the picture of several monstrous births, &c. The second part being A private looking glass for the female sex. Treating of various maladies of the womb, and all other distempers incident to women of all ages, with proper remedies for the cure of each. : The whole being more correct than any thing of this kind hitherto published. New-York: : Printed for the company of flying stationers., 1811. New York (State) 1811
Author of The truly Republican song. The awful death of a sea captain; : who died in a sister state, with the spotted fever, in the year 1809.-- / Taken from the mouth of a young preacher, to whom he told his experience, who repeated it at his ordination in Buxton [Me.?], May, 1811,[.] [Portland, Me.? : s.n., 1811?] Maine 1811
Berquin, M. (Arnaud), 1747-1791. Amusing tales, for little children. : Containing, The rose-bush, and The foundling. Hanover, N.H. : Printed by & for Charles Spear,, 1811. New Hampshire 1811
Bible. English. Authorized. 1811. The Holy Bible, : containing the Old and New Testaments. : The text carefully printed from the most correct copies of the present authorized translation. : Including the marginal readings and parallel texts. : With a commentary and critical notes, designed as a help to a better understanding of the Sacred writings. By Adam Clarke, LL.D. : Volume I[-__]. : [Two lines from Romans] New-York: : Published by Ezra Sargeant, no. 86 Broadway, opposite Trinity Church., 1811[-1817]. New York (State) 1811
Bible. English. Authorized. 1811. The Holy Bible, : containing the Old and New Testaments. : The text taken from the most correct copies of the present authorized version: with the marginal readings--a collection of parallel texts--and copious summaries to each chapter. : With a commentary and critical notes. Designed as a help to a better understanding of the sacred writings. / By Adam Clarke, LL.D. New-York: : Published by Eastburn, Kirk & Co. no 86, Broadway, opposite Trinity Church. ... Printed by D. & G. Bruce., 1811[-1817]. New York (State) 1811
Black River Baptist Association (N.Y.) Minutes of the Black-River Baptist Association, held at Ellisburgh, in the county of Jefferson, and state of N. York, on the 2d and 3d days of October 1811. Watertown [N.Y.]: : Printed by Abraham Taylor, Jun., 1811. New York (State) 1811
Boston Female Asylum. Boston Female Asylum. : Order of performance, for the eleventh anniversary....Sept. 20th, 1811, at the West Church. [Boston : s.n., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Boston (Mass.) General view of the current expenses of the town of Boston, : from May 1810 to May 1811. [Boston : s.n., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Bowditch, Ebenezer, 1766-1830. Directions for proving the strength of spirituous liquors by the hydrometer, made by Ebenezer Bowditch, Essex Street, Salem, (Mass.) [Salem, Mass. : s.n., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Breckinridge, James, 1763-1833. Washington City, Feb. 27, 1811. : Dear Sir, As the session of Congress will terminate in a few days, perhaps it is my duty to devote a few of the last moments of it, in giving you some information of its proceedings and the state of our publick affairs. ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1811] District of Columbia 1811
Brown University. Catalogue of the officers and students of Brown University.....October, 1811. [Providence] : Printed by Jones & Wheeler., [1811] Rhode Island 1811
Brown University. Illustrissimo Jabez Bowen, LL.D. Universitatis Brownensis quæ Providentiæ est, cancellario ... : Habita in solennibus academicis Providentiæ Rep. Ins. Rhod. et Prov. Plant. die quarto Septembris, A.D. M.DCCC.XI. ... [Providence] : E typis Dunham & Hawkins., [1811] Rhode Island 1811
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. The pilgrim's progress from this world to that which is to come. : Delivered under the similitude of a dream. ; In two parts. / By John Bunyan. ; [One line from Hosea] New-York: : Published by John Tiebout, 238 Water-Street. Paul & Thomas, printers., 1811. New York (State) 1811
Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824. English bards and Scotch reviewers; : a satire, / by Lord Byron. ; [Four lines of verse] Philadelphia: : Published by Brannan and Morford, No. 118, Chesnut-Street, and E. Morford, Willington, and Co. Charleston, S.C. J. Maxwell, printer., 1811. Pennsylvania 1811
Colburn, Anna, 1779- The following lines were composed by Mrs. Anna Colburn, : in which are expressed the dying words of Mrs. Patience Bowker, wife of Mr. Elijah Bowker of Hopkinton [Mass.], who departed this life, October 9th. 1811; in the 36th. year of her age. [Boston? : s.n., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Columbian Museum (Boston, Mass.) The Columbian Museum, : near the new court-house, and Stone Chapel, Tremont Street ... Boston, contains upwards of 20,000 curiosities: among which are ... large wax figures. ... Elegant panorama views ... A large white polar bear, the great ox, &c. ... [Brighton, Mass.] : D. & A. Bowen's print--Brighton., [1811 or 1812] Massachusetts 1811
Coolidge, Samuel F. Catalogue of 150 bales Calcutta goods, : imported in the brig Reaper---To be sold at auction on Wednesday, September 25, 1811, at no. 12, May's Wharf [Boston], to commence immediately after the sale of the Catharine's cargo. [Boston : s.n., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Cutler, James, 1774-1818. Prospectus of a new periodical paper, entitled the Weekly messenger. [Boston : Printed by James Cutler, 1811] Massachusetts 1811
D. Allinson & Co. Modern publications, and new editions of standard works, for sale by D. Allinson & Co. Burlington, N.J. [Burlington, N.J. : D. Allinson & Co., 1811?] New Jersey 1811
Dartmouth College. Catalogue of the officers and students of Dartmouth University, October, 1811. [Hanover, N.H.] : Printed by Charles Spear, Hanover, N.H., [1811] New Hampshire 1811
Dartmouth College. Commencement exercises at Dartmouth College, : August, 1811. [Hanover, N.H. : Printed by Charles Spear, 1811] New Hampshire 1811
Davis, Matthew L. (Matthew Livingston), 1773-1850. The celebrated letters of Philo-Cato. : As they appeared in the New-York morning post and morning star. : With an introduction to them, by Aristides. New-York. : [s.n.], 1811. New York (State) 1811
Denison, John, 1759-1848. To the honourable Superior Court to be holden at New London, : within and for the county of New London, on the 4th Tuesday of September, A.D. 1811. [New London, Conn. : Printed by Samuel Green, 1811] Connecticut 1811
Dunn, Samuel, 1746-1843. An elegy on the deaths of William Luce, and Warren Molton, : who were drowned in a pond in New Salem, (Mass.) July 23d, 1811. [Greenwich, Mass. : Printed by John Howe, 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Eastern Society, for Promoting the Knowledge of the Sacred Scriptures, and Establishing Christian Order, Instruction and Piety, in the District of Maine. Eastern Society. : The following are the names of the officers of the "Eastern Society, for Promoting the Knowledge of the Sacred Scriptures, and Establishing Christian Order, Instruction and Piety, in the District of Maine," who with the nine gentlemen, whose names are subjoined, compose the board of trustees, viz. ... [Portland, Me. : Printed by John M'Kown, 1811] Maine 1811
Elliot, James, 1775-1839. Postscript extraordinary to the Massachusetts spy! : Third edition, with copious additions. : Wednesday morning, Feb. 20, 1811. : The subscriber has been notified by two agents of the Federal Committee, that a violent trespass, not to say robbery, will be committed upon his legal and equitable property in this establishment to-morrow. ... / James Elliot. [Worcester, Mass. : Printed by Henry Rogers, 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Federal Party (Mass.). Central Committee. Boston, April 6th, 1811. : We cannot as yet determine, what will be the result of the elections ... [Boston : s.n., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Federal Party (R.I.) Citizens of Rhode-Island, read and ponder! : American prox for general officers for 1811. The Honourable William Jones, Esq. governour. The Honourable Simeon Martin, Esq. lieutenant-governour. ... [Providence? : s.n., 1811] Rhode Island 1811
Freemasons. Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania. Grand Lodge of the most ancient and honourable fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons. Of Pennsylvania. And masonic jurisdiction thereunto belonging, according to the old institutions. : At a grand quarterly communication held at their new hall in the city of Philadelphia, on Monday, the second day of December, anno Lucis, 5811, in ample form. The Grand Lodge proceeded to the election of officers for the ensuing year ... [Philadelphia] : J. Maxwell, printer., [1811] Pennsylvania 1811
  The Humourist; : a collection of comic, patriotic, sentimental, and Masonic songs, original and selected. : Embellished with an engraving. / By W. Degrushe. New-York: : Printed for William Degrushe, by Largin & Thompson, no. 189 Water-Street., 1811. New York (State) 1811
  Late and highly important intelligence from France!!! : The French decrees not repealed, on the 13th of March!! American vessels again sequestered!! ... [Philadelphia? : s.n., 1811] Pennsylvania 1811
  Love in a tub, or The merchant outwitted by a vintner. Founded on fact. Hudson [N.Y.]: : Printed and sold wholesale and retail, by Wm. E. Norman., [1811 or 1812?] New York (State) 1811
Fairfield Medical College. Catalogue of the professors and students in the medical institution at Fairfield, Herkimer County, N.Y. Oct. 1811. [Utica, N.Y.] : I. Merrell, print.--Utica., [1811] New York (State) 1811
New York (State) An act to provide for the improvement of the internal navigation of the state. : Passed, April 8th, 1811. [Albany : s.n., 1811] New York (State) 1811
Newton, Israel, 1782 or 1783-1856. Israel Newton's essence of hemlock. : This essence is prepared from the hemlock tree. As to its medicinal qualities, it appears to be a medicine of some use ... [Hanover, N.H.? : s.n., 1811] New Hampshire 1811
Pennsylvania. General Assembly. Resolutions, relative to the proceedings of the general government with the belligerant [sic] powers. : Read in Senate, Dec. 5, 1811. [Lancaster, Pa.?] : William Greer, printer., [1811] Pennsylvania 1811
Scott, Walter, 1771-1832. The lady of the lake, : a poem. / By Walter Scott, Esq. New-York, : Printed and published by Elliot and Crissy, at the sign of the ledger, no. 114, Water-Street; sold also by T. Powers, no. 116, Broadway., 1811. New York (State) 1811
Tammany Society, or Columbian Order (N.Y.) Circular. : To the several Tammany Societies, or Columbian Order, in the United States. [New York : s.n., 1811] New York (State) 1811
United States. President (1809-1817 : Madison) Letters patent, (copy.) The United States of America. : To all to whom these letters patent shall come. Whereas Daniel Read ... hath alledged that he has invented a new and useful improvement for spinning wool, cotton, &c. called the pleasant spinner ... Given under my hand at the city of Washington, this tenth day of September ... one thousand eight hundred and eleven ... [Utica, N.Y.] : I. Merrell, pr. Utica., [1811] New York (State) 1811
Washington Monument Association (Boston, Mass.) Boston, May 23d, 1811. : Sir, It has long been a subject of regret with those who venerated the military, and civil conduct of the late illustrious George Washington ... that no suitable tribute has been yet paid to his memory. ... A number of the inhabitants of Boston ... have formed themselves into a society for the purpose of creating a fund for the erection of such a monument. A list of the trustees who have been chosen ... is subjoined to this letter. ... [Boston : Printed by Benjamin Russell, 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Abernethy, John, 1764-1831. Surgical observations on injuries of the head; and on miscellaneous subjects. / By John Abernethy, F.R.S. honorary member of the Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh, and of the medical societies of Paris, Philadelphia, &c. assistant surgeon to St. Bartholomew's Hospital, and teacher of anatomy and surgery. Philadelphia: : Printed for Thomas Dobson, at the Stone House, no. 41, South Second Street. Fry and Kammerer, printers., 1811. Pennsylvania 1811
Brannan and Morford. Catalogue of books for sale at public auction. : On Monday, the third day of June next, will commence a sale, at public auction, of all that stock of books in the store, no. 118, Chesnut-Street, Philadelphia, (per annexed catalogue) lately belonging to Brannan & Morford; comprising an extensive assortment of the most valuable English and American law books, practical, elementary, and reports. Splendid collection of the best authors on history, biography, voyages, travels, theology, agriculture, medicine, surgery, arts, sciences, and miscellaneous literature; military tactics and fortifications--Suttaby and Walker's miniature editions of the British classics--the most eminent poets--classical and school books, in Hebrew, Greek, Latin, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, and English--a variety of dictionaries, together with an assortment of novels and romances. : Sale to commence at 4 o'clock, p.m. and to be continued from day to day. Philadelphia. : [s.n.], 1811. Pennsylvania 1811
Brown, John, 1722-1787. Two short catechisms, mutually connected. : The questions of the former being generally supposed and omitted in the latter. : The former contains the most of what is absolutely necessary to be known in order to salvation: And may be taught children before they can read. : The latter contains the most of what is necessary to be known in order to admission to the Lord's Table: And being a brief explication of the Assembly's Shorter catechism, frequently in almost the express words thereof, may be learned along with or immediately after it. / By John Brown, Minister of the Gospel at Haddinton. Pittsburgh: : Published by Patterson & Hopkins. Silas Engles and Co. printers., 1811. Pennsylvania 1811
Burroughs, George, -1819. Catalogue of books, stationery and fancy goods, : to be sold at auction, by George Burroughs, Junior. In the chambers over Messrs. C. and H.F. Barrel's store, in Joy's Building--Cornhill Square, Boston, on Thursday 31st January, 1811. [Boston] : Munroe & Francis, print., [1811] Massachusetts 1811
Day, Thomas, 1777-1855. Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of Errors of the state of Connecticut; and in the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Connecticut: : with a supplement. / By Thomas Day. ; Volume III. New-York: : Published by Isaac Riley., 1811. New York (State) 1811
Bonnycastle, John, approximately 1760-1821. An introduction to algebra; : with notes and observations: : designed for the use of schools and places of public education. / By John Bonnycastle, of the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. ; [Two lines from Ovid] Philadelphia: : Published by Kimber and Conrad, and Joseph Crukshank. T. & G. Palmer, printers., 1811. Pennsylvania 1811
Coats, John. Important facts, particularly interesting to those afflicted with that dreadful malady cancer. : The subscriber further informs, that he possesses a remedy for scrofula (kings evil,) leprosy, scurvy, salt rheum ... rheumatism, gout, consumption, asthma, gravel or stone, &c. ... [Boston : s.n., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Aristotle's Masterpiece. Aristotle's master-piece, : completed in two parts. The first containing the secrets of generation, in all the parts thereof. Treating of the benefit of marriage, and the prejudice of unequal matches. Signs of insufficiency in men or women. Of the infusion of the soul. Of the likeness of children to parents. Of monstrous births. The cause and cure of the green sickness. A discourse of virginity. Directions and cautions for midwives. Of the organs of generation in women, and the fabric of the womb. The use and action of the genitals. Signs of conception, and whether a male or female; with a word of advice to both sexes in the act of copulation. And the pictures of several monstrous births, &c. : The second part being A private looking glass for the female sex. Treating of various maladies of the womb, and all other distempers incident to women of all ages, with proper remedies for the cure of each. : The whole being more correct than any thing of this kind hitherto published. New-York: : Printed for the company of flying stationers., [ca. 1811] New York (State) 1811
Connecticut Medical Society. At a convention, of the fellows of the Connecticut Medical Society, held at New-Haven, October 16 and 17. [New Haven : s.n., 1811] Connecticut 1811
Aristotle's Masterpiece. Aristotle's master-piece, : completed in two parts. The first containing the secrets of generation, in all the parts thereof. Treating of the benefit of marriage, and the prejudice of unequal matches. Signs of insufficiency in men or women. Of the infusion of the soul. Of the likeness of children to parents. Of monstrous births. The cause and cure of the green sickness. A discourse of virginity. Directions and cautions for midwives. Of the organs of generation in women, and the fabric of the womb. The use and action of the genitals. Signs of conception, and whether a male or female; with a word of advice to both sexes in the act of copulation. And the pictures of several monstrous births, &c. : The second part being A private looking glass for the female sex. Treating of various maladies of the womb, and all other distempers incident to women of all ages, with proper remedies for the cure of each. : The whole being more correct than any thing of this kind hitherto published. New-York: : Printed for the company of flying stationers., [ca. 1811] New York (State) 1811
Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790. Franklin's Way to wealth; or, "Poor Richard improved." New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1811. New York (State) 1811
Higgins, David, 1761-1842. The gathering of the Jews and gentiles into the church of God. : A sermon, delivered before "The Western Religious Tract Society," at Homer, N.Y. at their annual meeting, June 5th, 1811. / By David Higgins, V.D.M. ; Published by request of the directors of said Society. Auburn [N.Y.]:-- : Printed by H. and J. Pace., [1811] New York (State) 1811
Bible. English. Authorized. 1811. The Holy Bible, : containing the Old and New Testaments: / translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Boston: : Printed by Greenough and Stebbins, and sold by them, at their office, Suffolk-Buildings, Congress-Street, and by the principal booksellers in the United States., 1811. Massachusetts 1811
Bible. English. Authorized. 1811. The Holy Bible, : containing the Old and New Testaments: together with the Apocrypha: / translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Boston: : Published by Thomas and Andrews, J. West and Co. William Andrews, West and Blake, and Edward Cotton. Greenough & Stebbins, printers., 1811. Massachusetts 1811
Bible. English. Authorized. 1811. The Holy Bible, : containing the Old and New Testaments: / translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Philadelphia: : Printed by Mathew Carey, no. 122, Market-Street., 1811. Pennsylvania 1811
Bible. Psalms. English. Church of Scotland. 1811. The Psalms of David in metre: / translated and diligently compared with the original text, and former translations. More plain, smooth, and agreeable to the text, than any heretofore. Allowed by the authority of the General Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland, and appointed to be sung in congregations and families. Philadelphia: : Printed by W.W. Woodward, no. 52, corner of Second and Chesnut-streets., 1811. Pennsylvania 1811
  The Girl I left behind me. : To which is added The answer. Pretty Nancy. Return, O Julia. Yankee Doodle. [United States : s.n.], January, 1811. United States 1811
D. Allinson & Co. D. Allinson & Co. Burlington, N.J. propose to publish A new critical pronouncing dictionary of the English language. : Containing, 1. All the words in general use ... To which will be prefixed Mr. Walker's principles of English pronunciation ... Compiled from authors of the most approved reputation, with considerable additions, by an American gentleman. : [One line from Seneca] [Burlington, N.J. : Printed by D. Allinson & Co., 1811 or 1812] New Jersey 1811
Campbell, Thomas, 1777-1844. The pleasures of hope, : and other poems, / by Thomas Campbell, author of "Gertrude of Wyoming," &c. &c. New-York: : Published by David Longworth., 1811. New York (State) 1811
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. [Concord, N.H.] : I. and W.R. Hill, printers. Price nine pence., [between 1811 and 1815] New Hampshire 1811
Leland, John, 1754-1841. A short narrative of a five-hours conflict, on the night following the 17th of October, 1811. : [One line from Jeremiah] [Pittsfield, Mass.? : s.n., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Dickinson, Rodolphus, 1787-1863. A compilation of the laws of Massachusetts, : comprising the titles of assessors, auctioneers, clerks, commissioners of sewers, districts, engines and engine men, fences and fence viewers, ferries and ferry men, field drivers, fire and fire wards, health committees or officers, hog reeves, measurers of wood and bark, militia, moderators, overseers of the poor, parishes and precincts, plantations, proprietors of common and general fields, proprietors of common and undivided real estate, proprietors of social libraries, sealers of weights and measures, selectmen, surveyors of highways, surveyors of lumber, surveyors of private ways, towns, treasurers, and tythingmen. : With an appendix, containing the legal forms connected with those subjects. / By Rodolphus Dickinson, attorney at law, compiler of a law tract intended for civil officers. Boston: : Published by D. Mallory & Co. Suffolk Buildings. J.T. Buckingham, printer, Winter-Street., 1811. Massachusetts 1811
Muckarsie, John. The children's catechism: or, An help to the more easy understanding of the doctrine taught in our confession of faith, and catechisms larger and shorter: : humbly offered for instructing the young and ignorant. / By John Muckarsie, Minister of the Gospel at Kinkell. [Four lines of Scripture texts] Pittsburgh: : Published by Patterson & Hopkins: Silas Engles & Co. printers., 1811. Pennsylvania 1811
Barlow, Joel, 1754-1812. The hasty-pudding; : a poem, in three cantos. / By Joel Barlow. ; Written at Chambery, in Savoy, January, 1793. ; [One line in Latin and one line of English translation] [New Haven? : s.n., 1811?] Connecticut 1811
Brunton, Mary, 1778-1818. Self-control. : A novel. : [Five lines from Cowper] : Volume I[-II]. Philadelphia: : Published by B.B. Hopkins & Co. Also, by A. Finley, Philadelphia; Patterson and Hopkins, Pittsburgh; Whiting and Watson, New York; D. Farrand and Green, Albany; D. Mallory and Co. Boston; and P.H. Nicklin, Baltimore., 1811. Pennsylvania 1811
Buchanan, Claudius, 1766-1815. Two discourses preached before the University of Cambridge, on commencement Sunday, July 1, 1810. : And a sermon preached before the Society for Missions to Africa and the East; at their tenth anniversary, July 12, 1810. : To which are added Christian researches in Asia. / By the Rev. Claudius Buchanan, D.D. late vice-provost of the College of Fort-William in Bengal. [Boston] : Cambridge, (Eng.) printed at the University Press. Boston: reprinted and sold by Samuel T. Armstrong, no. 50, Cornhill. Sold by Whiting & Watson, New York; Beers & Howe, New Haven; and W.W. Woodward, Philadelphia., 1811. Massachusetts 1811
Edgeworth, Maria, 1768-1849. To-morrow: or The dangers of delay. / By Maria Edgeworth. Catskill [N.Y.]: : Published and sold by N. Elliott, at his bookstore, 1811. New York (State) 1811
Brackett, James, 1782-1852. An oration, delivered at Cooperstown, before the Washington Benevolent Society of Otsego County, on the Fourth of July, 1811. / By James Brackett, Esq. ; [One line in Latin] Cooperstown [N.Y.]; : J.H. & H. Prentiss--printers., 1811. New York (State) 1811
Burroughs, George, -1819. Catalogue of books, stationary, and fancy goods, : to be sold at public auction, at the book-store, no. 13, Court Street, Boston, on Tuesday, 16th April, 1811. : Sale to commence at 9 o'clock, and to be continued from day to day. / G. Burroughs, Jun. auct'r. [Boston : s.n., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833. Wild oats, or The strolling gentlemen, : a comedy, in five acts, / by John O'Keefe [i.e., O'Keeffe], Esq. 1791. Baltimore: : Printed and published by J. Robinson., 1811. Maryland 1811
American. The Columbian arithmetician; or New system of theoretical and practical arithemtic, : in three parts: performed in simple and compound numbers; : adapted to the commerce of the United States; and designed for the instruction of youth. / By an American. Haverhill, (Mass.) : Published by William B. Allen, and sold at his book-store, wholesale and retail, and by the principal booksellers in New-England., 1811. Massachusetts 1811
Alden, Abner, 1758-1820. An introduction to spelling and reading; : in two volumes: Being the first and second parts of a Columbian exercise. The whole comprising an easy and systematical method of teaching and of learning the English language. / By Abner Alden, A.M. ; Volume second. Containing I. Language--simple sounds--dipthongs--syllables--accent and emphasis--letters--other characters, &c. II. Words in which different vowels have the same sound, placed under the same number. III. Words in which the same consonant is silent, placed in the same table. IV. Derivative words--those which end alike, placed in the same table. V. A variety of lessons for reading, &c. Boston: : Printed by J.T. Buckingham, for Thomas & Andrews--Sold, wholesale and retail, at their book-store, no. 45 Newbury-Street., April, 1811. Massachusetts 1811
Burder, George, 1752-1832. The closet companion: or, A help to serious persons, in the important duty of self-examination. : Intended to be kept in the Christian's usual place of retirement, in order to remind him of, as well as to assist him in, the work. [Providence] : Brown & Wilson, printers., [between 1811 and 1816] Rhode Island 1811
Bible and Common Prayer Book Society. An address, and the constitution of the Bible and Common Prayer Book Society, established in the city of New-York, A.D. 1809. : To which are added, the first report of the Board of Managers for 1811, and a list of the subscribers and contributors. New-York: : Printed by T. and J. Swords, no 160 Pearl-Street., 1811. New York (State) 1811
  A Bloody battle : between the United States troops under the command of Gov. Harrison, and several tribes of Indians, near the Prophet's town, Nov. 7th, 1811. [Boston : s.n., 1811?] Massachusetts 1811
Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814. Meg of Wapping. [Boston] : Sold by N. Coverly, Jun.--Theatre-Alley, Milk-Street., [1811] Massachusetts 1811
  A New song, on the death of Robert Howell. : Robert Howell, an American citizen, pressed into the British service, and by Britons most barbarously murdered on being compelled to fight on board the Little Belt, against his own countrymen, in which unnatural conflict he lost his leg and thigh, struck off by a cannon ball, and died in a few hours after, of the wound. [Boston] : Printed and sold by N. Coverly, Jun. Milk-Street, Boston., [1811] Massachusetts 1811
  An Ode on the comet. [Boston : s.n., 1811] Massachusetts 1811
Rannie, John. The girl of my heart, : together with the Maid of Lodi, and Country 'squire. [Boston] : Printed and sold by Nathaniel Coverly, Milk-Street, corner of Theatre-Alley, Boston,, August 28, 1811. Massachusetts 1811
Red Jacket (Seneca chief), approximately 1756-1830. Indian speech. : The speech of Sagona Ha, which signifies the Keeper Awake, a chief of the Seneca Nation of Indians, known by the white people by the name of Red Jacket, in answer to a speech of the Rev. Mr. Alexander, a missionary, from the Missionary Society in New York to that nation, delivered at a council, held at Buffaloe-Creek, in May, 1811. [Boston] : Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. printer, Boston., [1811] Massachusetts 1811
  Rodgers & victory. : Tit for tat. Or, The Chesapeake paid for in British blood. [Boston] : Printed and sold by Nathaniel Coverly, corner of Theatre-Alley. ..., [1811] Massachusetts 1811
  The Sedition act. [Boston] : Songs (by the gross, dozen, or single) constantly for sale by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. corner of Theatre-Alley, Milk-Street, Boston,, 1811. Massachusetts 1811
Howell, Reading, 1743-1827. A map of the state of Pennsylvania [cartographic material] / by Reading Howell MDCCCXI. ; Engraved by J. Vallance. Philada. : Published by Kimber & Conrad & Johnson & Warner., [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
  A Map of the world from the best authorities. [cartographic material] / Thackara & Vallance sc. [Philadelphia : M. Carey, 1811] Pennsylvania 1811
Allen, William. Columbia's prayer, : on hearing of the declaration of war. For the 20th of August, 1812, / by William Allen, of Newport. [Newport, R.I.? : s.n., 1812] Rhode Island 1812
American Antiquarian Society. American society of antiquaries. : Whereas by an act of the legislature of this commonwealth, passed October 22, 1812, Isaiah Thomas ... and such others ... were "formed into, and constituted a society ... by the name of The American Antiquarian Society" ... And whereas ... the undersigned is "authorised and empowered to notify and warn the first meeting of said society," ... [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
American Convention for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery and Improving the Condition of the African Race (13th : 1812 : Philadelphia, Pa.) Minutes of the proceedings of the Thirteenth American Convention for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and Improving the Condition of the African Race: : assembled at Philadelphia, on the thirteenth day of January, one thousand eight hundred and twelve, and continued by adjournments until the sixteenth day of the same month, inclusive. Hamilton-Ville [Pa.]: : Printed by John Bouvier., 1812. Pennsylvania 1812
Armstrong, Samuel Turell, 1784-1850. Memoirs of Brainerd. : Boston, Feb. 8, 1812. Sir--I have this day finished a neat edition of The life of David Brainerd, the American missionary to the Indians, by John Styles, an English clergyman. ... [Boston : Printed by Samuel T. Armstrong, 1812] Massachusetts 1812
Ashe, Thomas, 1770-1835. The spirit of "The book;" or, Memoirs of Caroline Princess of Hasburg, : a political and amatory romance. : In one volume. / Edited by Thomas Ashe, Esq. Philadelphia: : Published by Bradford & Inskeep, & Inskeep and Bradford, New York. B. Graves, printer., 1812. Pennsylvania 1812
Batchelder, William, 1768-1818. Chirography : a methodical plan of writing with specific rules / by William Batchelder, A.M. ; Engraved for the author by T. Wightman, Boston. [Haverhill, Mass.] : W.B. and H.G. Allen, letter-press printers, Haverhill, Mass., [1812] Massachusetts 1812
Boston (Mass.). Selectmen. Boston, June 15, 1812. : Gentlemen, Pursuant to a vote of the town of Boston we transmit to you a copy of their proceedings at a very full meeting of the inhabitants. ... [Boston : s.n., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
Brown University. Catalogue of the officers and students of Brown University....Providence, October, 1812. [Providence] : William O'Neill, print., [1812] Rhode Island 1812
Bumstead, Joseph, 1768?-1838. Exchange Book-Store, no. 77, State-Street, Boston, and printing-office, north side of the Market House. : About five years are now elapsed since the business of the subscriber has been conducted on a plan in part novel and before unattempted ... [Boston : Printed by Joseph Bumstead, 1812] Massachusetts 1812
Bury, Charlotte Campbell, Lady, 1775-1861. Self-indulgence; : a tale of the nineteenth century. : [Two lines from Madame De Genlis] Philadelphia: : Published by Bradford and Inskeep. And Inskeep and Bradford, New York. Jane Aitken, printer., 1812. Pennsylvania 1812
Campbell, James. A new song, / composed by James Campbell, a boatswain's mate, on board the Constitution. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. corner Theatre-Alley, Milk-Street, Boston., [1812?] Massachusetts 1812
Clark, Jonathan. The first great western empire; or, The United States of America. / Entered according to act of Congress, on the fifteenth day of January, 1812, by Jonathan Clark, of Albany, in the state of New-York. [Albany] : Printed by and for the author, at the press of R. Packard, no. 51, State-Street, Albany., [1812] New York (State) 1812
Clark, Jonathan. The first great western empire: or, The United States of America. / Entered according to act of Congress, on the fifteenth day of January, 1812, by Jonathan Clark, of Albany, in the state of New-York. [Albany] : Printed by and for the author, at the press of R. Packard, no. 51, State-Street, Albany., [1812] New York (State) 1812
Colles, Christopher, 1738-1816. Telegraph. : As the conveyance of intelligence to remote distances with accuracy and despatch must be considered as a matter of national as well as individual importance both in war and peace, the subscriber ... has lately contemplated the invention and improvement of that necessary instrument the telegraph ... [New York : s.n., 1812] New York (State) 1812
Columbian Foundry (New York, N.Y.) A list of wheel patterns belonging to the Columbian Foundry, Duane-Street, New-York. : The dimensions in this list are taken from the patterns. The castings will be about one eighth of an inch per foot less. Mention the size and shape of the sockets, and the numbers of the wheels, as marked in the list. [New York : s.n., between 1812 and 1817] New York (State) 1812
Connecticut. Governor (1811-1812 : Griswold) By His Excellency Roger Griswold, Esq. governor ... of Connecticut ... A proclamation. : This state with the other states in the Union having ... been involved in war, and no opportunity yet afforded to make a communication to the immediate representatives of the people ... Given under my hand at Hartford, this sixth day of August ... one thousand eight hundred and twelve ... [Hartford : s.n., 1812] Connecticut 1812
Connecticut. Governor (1811-1812 : Griswold) By His Excellency Roger Griswold, Esquire, governour ... of Connecticut, a proclamation. : Whereas the General Assembly ... passed a resolution ... that there may be contributions in the several religious societies and congregations in this state ... Given under my hand at Lyme ... this twenty-seventh day of February, A.D. one thousand eight hundred and twelve ... [Hartford] : Hudson and Goodwin, printers., [1812] Connecticut 1812
Connecticut. Lieutenant Governor (1811-1813 : Smith) By His Honour John Cotton Smith, lieutenant governour ... of Connecticut. A proclamation. : ... Thursday the twenty-sixth day of November next to be observed as a day of public thanksgiving and prayer ... Given under my hand in the Council chamber at New-Haven, the twenty-eighth day of October ... one thousand eight hundred and twelve ... [New Haven : s.n., 1812] Connecticut 1812
Connecticut. Militia. Brigade orders. : The brigadier general directs that the exercises and manœuvres for the second day of the approaching review be agreeable to the following detail, viz. [Windham, Conn. : s.n., 1812] Connecticut 1812
Connecticut. Militia. General orders. : The General Assembly having by an act, passed at the last session, authorised the captain general, to prescribe an uniform dress for the militia ... Now in pursuance of the foregoing authority, His Excellency the captain general directs, that the uniform dress for the militia of this state, shall be, as is hereafter prescribed. ... [Norwich, Conn.] : R. Hubbard, printer, Norwich., [1812] Connecticut 1812
Cooper, Benjamin B. 300,000 acres of land, for sale and settlement, : in the counties of M'Kean and Jefferson, in the state of Pennsylvania, joining the New-York line and the Genesee lands ... [Philadelphia] : Hall & Pierie, printers, no. 51, Market-Street, Philadelphia., [1812] Pennsylvania 1812
Corwin & Blackburn. Proposals by Moses B. Corwin & William Blackburn, for publishing in the town of Urbana, state of Ohio a weekly newspaper to be entitled the Farmer's watch tower. [Urbana, Ohio: : Published by Corwin & Blackburn, 1812] Ohio 1812
Coxe, Tench, 1755-1824. To the public. : It was hoped, that the full replies in the last winter, to several attacks of the Aurora upon the purveyor of public supplies, would have terminated the accusations in that newspaper. But it seems they have been re-commenced with a view to destroy the Purveyor's Office. ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1812] District of Columbia 1812
Cutler, James, 1774-1818. Prospectus of a new periodical paper, entitled the Weekly messenger. [Boston : Printed by James Cutler, 1812] Massachusetts 1812
Davidson, T. (Thomas), -1788. The real Christian distinguished from hypocrites; : in a discourse, from Revelations iii. 1. / By Rev. Thomas Davidson, A.M. minister of Braintree, England. Boston-- : N. Willis--printer., [between 1812 and 1825?] Massachusetts 1812
Dunbar, William, 1780-1848. "Circumstances" do "alter cases." : In the Patriot of Saturday last, the ingenious editor has collected a number of "circumstances" to prove the probability of Henry's success in his detestable mission ... To alter the circumstances, by which the Patriot editor would deceive the people ... the following facts are stated, that justice may be done to this worthy and much injured patriot, General Crane. [Boston : Printed by Munroe & French, 1812] Massachusetts 1812
E. S. An essay on the fall of angels & men; : with remarks on Dr. Edward's notion of the freedom of the will, and the system of universality. Printed at Boston, (Mas.) : By True & Rowe, no. 78, State Street.--, 1812. Massachusetts 1812
Emerson, Joseph, 1777-1833. The evangelical primer, : containing a minor doctrinal catechism; and a minor historical catechism; : to which is added the Westminster Assembly's Shorter catechism; : with short explanatory notes, and copious Scripture proofs and illustrations; : for the use of families and schools. / By Joseph Emerson, pastor of a church in Beverly. Boston: : Printed by Samuel T. Armstrong: and sold, wholesale and retail, by him, 50 Cornhill; and may also be had of William Hyde & Co. Bath; Cushing & Appleton, and Henry Whipple, Salem; John Dike, Beverly; Mark Newman, Andover; E. Little & Co. and Thom Massachusetts 1812
Emerson, Joseph, 1777-1833. The evangelical primer, : containing a minor doctrinal catechism; and a minor historical catechism; : to which is added the Westminster Assembly's Shorter catechism; : with short explanatory notes, and copious Scripture proofs and illustrations; : for the use of families and schools. / By Joseph Emerson, pastor of a church in Beverly. Boston: : Printed by Samuel T. Armstrong: and sold, wholesale and retail, by him, 50 Cornhill; sold also by Lincoln & Edmands, Boston; William Hilliard, Cambridge; Cushing & Appleton, and Henry Whipple, Salem; John Dike, Beverly; Mark Newman, Andover; E. Massachusetts 1812
Emerson, Joseph, 1777-1833. The evangelical primer, : containing a minor doctrinal catechism; and a minor historical catechism; : to which is added the Westminster Assembly's Shorter catechism; : with short explanatory notes, and copious Scripture proofs and illustrations; : for the use of families and schools. / By Joseph Emerson, pastor of a church in Beverly. Boston: : Printed by Samuel T. Armstrong: and sold, wholesale and retail, by him, 50 Cornhill; and may also be had of William Hyde & Co. Bath; Cushing & Appleton, and Henry Whipple, Salem; John Dike, beverly; Mark Newman, Andover; E. Little & Co. and Thom Massachusetts 1812
Federal Party (Mass.) Bristol County resolutions. : At a very numerous meeting of the Federal Republicans ... in Taunton, March 12th, A.D. 1812 ... Voted, unanimously, to support the Honorable Caleb Strong, for governor--and William Phillips, Esq. for lieutenant-governor, of this commonwealth, the ensuing year. ... [Boston or New Bedford, Mass. : Printed by William Burdick or Benjamin Lindsey, 1812] Massachusetts 1812
Federal Party (Mass.). Central Committee for the County of Worcester. Worcester, October 23, 1812. : Gentlemen, The approaching election of representatives to the thirteenth Congress, forms a crisis which calls for every exertion of the friends of peace and national prosperity. ... The Central Committee for the County of Worcester, urged by a sense of publick duty, solicit your aid ... [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
Federal Party (N.Y.). Committee of Correspondence (New York, N.Y.) New-York, April 14, 1812. : Sir, As the Corresponding Committee of this city, we beg leave to address you on the subject of the important election which is at hand. ... [New York : s.n., 1812] New York (State) 1812
Ferris, Benjamin. New-York, August 18, 1812. : Sir, We address you with the undissembled frankness that becomes men who belong to the same great Republican family, of which you are a member. ... [New York : Printed by Pelsue and Gould?, 1812] New York (State) 1812
Finch, Margaret, 1632-1740. The universal fortune-teller, and complete dream dictionary; : with charms and ceremonies for knowing future events: / by Margaret Finch, queen of the gipsies: ; to which are added, a variety of humorous jests. New-York: : Printed and sold by G. & R. Waite., 1812. New York (State) 1812
Fletcher, John, 1729-1785. The penitent malefactor : with an account of his triumphant exit out of time into eternity. [New York] : London printed; New-York: reprinted for the publisher., 1812. New York (State) 1812
Friend to little children. The child's first spelling book, : with appropriate reading lessons : being an easy introduction to the United States' spelling book. / By a friend to little children. ; [Four lines from Watts's Hymns for children] Pittsburgh, : Printed & published by Cramer, Spear & Eichbaum, and sold at the Franklin Head Bookstore, in Market, between Front and Second streets., 1812. Pennsylvania 1812
  The Gerry-mander. : A new species of monster, which appeared in Essex south district in Jan. 1812. [Boston : Printed by Russell & Cutler, 1812] Massachusetts 1812
  Hieroglyphics of John Bull's overthrow: or A view of the northern expedition in miniature. [United States : s.n., 1812?] United States 1812
Louisianais. Aux Louisianais. [New Orleans? : s.n., 1812] Louisiana 1812
Lyon, Matthew, 1749-1822. The address of Mathew Lyon, to his friends and the patriotic citizens generally, of the first electoral district in Kentucky. : You will be called on to give your suffrage for four persons who are to vote for you at the ensueing [sic] election for president and vice president ... [Russellville, Ky.? : Printed by Matthew Duncan?, 1812] Kentucky 1812
  Mnemonika: or, Chronological tablets; : exhibiting, in a methodical manner, the most remarkable occurrences, from the creation of the world to the present period. Comprehending brief accounts of inventions and discoveries in every department of science; biographical and historical sketches; post-offices of the United States; discoveries of countries; foundations of empires, &c. &c. : To which are added, several valuable tables. [Philadelphia] : Published by John F. Watson, Philadelphia; and E.J. Coale, Baltimore. B.W. Sower, & Co. printers., 1812. Pennsylvania 1812
Panther, Abraham. A very surprising narrative of a young woman, who was discovered in a rocky cave! : after having been taken by the Indians, in the year 1787. And seeing no human being for a space of nine years. : In a letter from a gentleman to his friend. [United States : s.n.], Printed in the year 1812. United States 1812
Friends of Peace (R.I.) Providence, August 15, 1812. : Sir, It is under the deepest impression of the importance of the approaching election of representatives to Congress, to the best interests of this state, and of the nation at large, that we address you on the present occasion. ... [Providence : s.n., 1812] Rhode Island 1812
Friends of Peace (R.I.) Providence, November 9, 1812. : Sir, The common interest we have in the approaching election of president and vice-president of the United States ... has induced us to address you on the present occasion, and to request your co-operation ... to secure the election of those candidates for the office of electors, who have been nominated by the Friends of Peace. ... [Providence : s.n., 1812] Rhode Island 1812
Reynolds, Hezekiah. Directions for house and ship painting; : shewing in a plain and concise manner, the best method of preparing, mixing and laying the various colours now in use, : designed for the use of learners. / By H. Reynolds. New-Haven: : Printed by Eli Hudson., 1812. Connecticut 1812
Taber, Samuel, 1725-1813. The articles of faith, of Samuel Taber. [New London, Conn.? : s.n., 1812] Connecticut 1812
Walker, Timothy P. The flaming sword, or A sign from heaven; : being a remarkable phenomenon, seen in the state of Vermont. Groton Con': : Printed [by Timothy Waterous, Jr.], in the year 1812. Connecticut 1812
Washington Rifle Greens. Rules and regulations of the Washington Rifle Greens: : raised in Stoneham and Reading: pursuant to a resolve of the legislature, passed Sept. 16, 1811. : Together with the manual exercise practised by said company. Boston: : Printed by W.S. & H. Spear., 1812. Massachusetts 1812
Dow, Lorenzo, 1777-1834. A dialogue between two characters; Curious and Singular!! / By Lorenzo Dow. ; [Five lines from Isaiah] [Lynchburg, Va.] : Press Office, Lynchburg--Printed by Haas & Lamb,, 1812. Virginia 1812
  The Book of pictures, and The story of Betty Goodhue; and of Frederick and Thomas. Greenfield, Mass. : Printed and sold by Denio & Phelps.--Price 2 cts. single., [between 1812 and 1823] Massachusetts 1812
Banknote, Charles. A dialogue between Old and New Times. [United States : s.n., 1812] United States 1812
Ainsworth, Robert, 1660-1743. An abridgement of Ainsworth's dictionary, English and Latin, : designed for the use of schools. / By Thomas Morell, D.D. Boston: : Published by Thomas & Andrews, West & Richardson, O.C. Greenleaf, and Edward Cotton. Wm. Brown, printer, Philadelphia., 1812. Massachusetts 1812
Louisiana. Legislature. House of Representatives. Chambre des Representans de la Louisiane. : Premiere session de la premiere legislature de l'etat de la Louisiane. Nouvelle-Orleans: : Imprimé par Thierry, imprimeur de l'etat de la Louisiane., 1812. Louisiana 1812
Charleston Baptist Association (S.C.) The circular letter of the Charleston Baptist Association, addressed to the churches composing the same. : Convened at the Ebenezer Church, Jeffers' Creek, the 3d of November 1810. Kennebunk [Me.], : Printed: for Andrew Sherburne. By James K. Remich,, 1812. Maine 1812
Doddridge, Philip, 1702-1751. The principles of the Christian religion. : Divided into lessons, for children. / By the Rev. P. Doddridge. ; Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press. New-Haven,, 1812. Connecticut 1812
Becker, Christian Ludwig, 1756-1818. Eine Predigt über wahren Patriotismus und unsere Zeiten. : Gehalten zu Baltimore den 5ten July, 1812, von dem Ehrw. Dr. C.L. Becker, Prediger der Hochdeutsch Reformirten Gemeine daselbst. : [Three lines from Schiller] Harrisburg [Pa.] : Gedruckt bey Gleim und Wiestling., 1812. Pennsylvania 1812
Emerson, Joseph, 1777-1833. The evangelical primer, : containing a minor doctrinal catechism; and a minor historical catechism; : to which is added the Westminster Assembly's Shorter catechism; : with short explanatory notes, and copious Scripture proofs and illustrations; : for the use of families and schools. / By Joseph Emerson, pastor of a church in Beverly. Boston: : Printed by Samuel T. Armstrong: and sold, wholesale and retail, by him, 50 Cornhill; and may also be had of William Hyde & Co. Bath; Cushing & Appleton, and Henry Whipple, Salem; John Dike, Beverly; Mark Newman, Andover; E. Little & Co. and Thom Massachusetts 1812
Emerson, Joseph, 1777-1833. The evangelical primer, : containing a minor doctrinal catechism; and a minor historical catechism; : to which is added the Westminster Assembly's Shorter catechism; : with short explanatory notes, and copious Scripture proofs and illustrations; : for the use of families and schools. / By Joseph Emerson, pastor of a church in Beverly. Philadelphia: : Printed by R. & W. Carr, for Bradford & Read, Boston. For sale by Lincoln & Edmands, no. 53, and Samuel T. Armstrong, no. 50 Cornhill, Boston; William Hilliard, Cambridge; Cushing & Appleton, and Charles [i.e., Henry] Whipple, Salem; John Pennsylvania 1812
Bible. New Testament. English. Authorized. 1812. The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. / Translated out of the original Greek and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. [Philadelphia] : Stereotyped for the Bible Society at Philadelphia, by T. Rutt, Shacklewell, London., 1812. Pennsylvania 1812
Bible. English. Authorized. 1812. The Holy Bible, : containing the Old and New Testaments: / translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Boston: : Printed by Greenough and Stebbins, for Thomas and Andrews, West and Richardson, and West and Blake., 1812. Massachusetts 1812
Campbell, Samuel, 1765-1836. Samuel Campbell's catalogue of books, for 1812. : For sale at his store, no. 124, Pearl-Street, New-York. : Consisting of above forty thousand volumes in most departments of science and literature; nearly all new, best editions, well bound, and will be sold at the most reasonable prices--many are scarce and valuable books. [New York : Published by Samuel Campbell, 1812] New York (State) 1812
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. Tawny Rachel; or, The fortune teller: : with some account of dreams, omens, and conjurers. : Ornamented with cuts. Philadelphia: : Published by Benjamin Johnson, no. 455, Market-Street., 1812. Pennsylvania 1812
Sandham, Elizabeth. Careless Isabella, or The dangers of delay. : Embellished with a magic lantern exhibition. [Philadelphia] : Published by Johnson and Warner, no. 147, Mar-ket Street, Philadelphia.--, 1812. Pennsylvania 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. [Philadelphia] : Published by Anthony Finley, S.E. corner of Chesnut and Fourth streets, Philadelphia: sold also by Bradford and Read, Boston; Farrand, Hopkins, Zantzinger, & Co. Alexander Montgomery, Frankfort, (Ky.) J. Cushing, and A. Miltenberger, Balt Pennsylvania 1812
Whittington and his cat. The famous history of Whittington and his cat; : shewing how from a poor country boy, destitute of parents or relations, he obtained great riches, and was promoted to the high and honorable dignity of Lord Mayor of London. [Boston] : Printed and sold by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r. Corner of Theatre-Alley, Boston. Price 75 cents per dozen, 12 single., [1812?] Massachusetts 1812
Phenix Fire Society (Charlestown, Boston, Mass.) Regulations of the Phenix Fire Society, in Charlestown. : Instituted, January, 1795. [Massachusetts? : s.n., 1812?] Massachusetts 1812
  The Seven wonders of the world; and other magnificent buildings, &c. Otsego [N.Y.]: : Printed by H. & E. Phinney, Jun. and sold by them wholesale and retail., 1812. New York (State) 1812
  A True and surprising account [of] the appearance of the devil, to a company of card players in Manchester, England, on the evening of January 1, 1808. : In a letter from a gentleman residing in the town, to his friend in Connecticut. [Connecticut? : s.n.], March--1812. Connecticut 1812
  America forever: or A defiance to the bulwark of religion, : together with the Yankee sailor. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. corner Theatre Alley. Boston:, [ca. 1812] Massachusetts 1812
  The American Constitution frigate's engagement with the British frigate Guerriere, : which after an action of 25 minutes, surrendered, and being completely shattered, was blown up, it being impossible to get her into port. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
  The American patriot's war song: or An appeal to freemen. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r. corner Theatre Alley, Boston., [ca. 1812] Massachusetts 1812
  Brilliant victory, : obtained by Commodore Decatur, of the "United States," frigate, over the British frigate "Macedonian," commanded by Capt. Carden, which battle was decided in 17 minutes. : Hark how the church bell's thundering harmony stuns the glad ear! ... [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
  The Bulwarks of religion, : [two lines from Isaiah] : Much is said at this day, of the bulwark of religion; particularly in Massachusetts, where some consider the English government the bulwark of our religion. ... [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, corner Theatre Alley, Milk-Street, Boston., [1812?] Massachusetts 1812
Campbell, James. A new song, / composed by James Campbell, a boatswain's mate on board the Constitution. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
  Columbia and independence, : a new patriotic song. Dedicated to every free born American. : Tune--Adams and liberty. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., ca. 1812] Massachusetts 1812
  Dreadful hurricane at New Orleans. [Boston : s.n., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
  An Elegy on the death of the Reverend Joseph S. Buckminster, : the beloved pastor of the church in Brattle Street Boston. Who departed this life June 9 [1812], in the 29th year of his age. [Boston : s.n., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
  Hull's surrender, or Villany somewhere. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. corner Theatre Alley.---Boston., [1812] Massachusetts 1812
  Hull's victory: or Huzza for the Constitution. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
  Hull's victory, or, Huzza for the Constitution. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
  Madison's victory. [Boston : s.n., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
  Massachusetts song of liberty:[.] [Boston] : Printed and sold by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r., [ca. 1812?] Massachusetts 1812
  Messmates 3 cheers for Captain Hull, and other officers and crew of the Constitution. : Captain Hull's victory. : Captain Hull, commander of the frigate Constitution, took after a short engagement, the British frigate Guerriere, mounting 49 guns. [Boston : s.n., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
  Naval recruiting song, : "tune All hands a hoy to the anchor." : Together with An Irishman's observation on British politics. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r. corner Theatre-Alley., [1812 or 1813] Massachusetts 1812
  On Samuel Tully and John Dalton, alias R. Heathcote, : who is sentenced to be executed the 10th day of December, 1812, for piracy and murder. [Boston : s.n., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
  Riot in Baltimore. : Extract of a letter from Baltimore, dated July 28. [Boston : s.n., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
  A Song composed in the year seventy five. Transfer'd to 1812. : "Tune the World turned upside down." [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun'r. corner Theatre-Alley., [1812] Massachusetts 1812
Tully, Samuel, 1771-1812. A copy of a letter from Samuel Tully, : alias R. Heathcoate, who is under sentence of death for piracy and murder to his father, in England; written the day he received sentence, but copied over since his confinement in the state prison, in presence of some gentlemen whose duty it is to attend there. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. corner Theatre-Alley.----Boston. ..., [1812] Massachusetts 1812
Tully, Samuel, 1771-1812. The last words of S. Tully, : who was executed at South Boston, for piracy, December 10th, 1812. [Boston : s.n., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
  Verses composed on the schooner Washington and crew, : who was blown off the coast on the 24th of November 1811, being bound from New-York for Salem: light, commanded by Nicholas Thomas, of Frenchmans-Bay, and arrived at the island of St. Thomas, after being a sea 36 days. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., 1812] Massachusetts 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
Allen, F. D. (Francis D.) A map of the British possessions in North America, including part of the United States [cartographic material] / by F.D. Allen. [New York] : Published by J. Tiebout no. 238 Water St. N. York., [1812] New York (State) 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
  Palestine or Holy Land [cartographic material] [Boston] : Published by Cummings & Hilliard no. 1 Cornhill, Boston., [between 1810 and 1820] Massachusetts 1812
  [Map of redistricting in Worcester County] [cartographic material] [Boston : s.n., 1812] Massachusetts 1812
Adam and Eve. A song for wedding. [Boston? : s.n., ca. 1813?] Massachusetts 1813
American prisoner from Barbadoes. American captives at Barbadoes, or, Celebration of the 4th of July, on board an English prison ship. [Newburyport, Mass. : s.n., 1813] Massachusetts 1813
Andover Theological Seminary. Catalogue of the professors and students of the theological institution, : Andover, Dec. 6, 1813. Andover [Mass.], : Flagg and Gould., [1813] Massachusetts 1813
A.T. Goodrich & Co. Goodrich and Co.'s New-York circulating library and reading-room, no. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar-Street, opposite the City Hotel. : Catalogue of books. (For the terms of subscription and regulations, see the next page.) : [Six lines of verse] New-York: : Printed for A.T. Goodrich & Co. no. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar-Street, opposite the City Hotel., 1813. New York (State) 1813
Bible. New Testament. English. Authorized. 1813. The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, / translated out of the original Greek; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Philadelphia: : Published by Thomas M. Longstreth, no. 119, Market Street. J. Bouvier, printer., 1813. Pennsylvania 1813
Boyd, B. F. Common sense, or A plain story, / By B.F. Boyd. New-York: : Printed for the author., 1813. New York (State) 1813
Brookfield Agricultural Society. At a meeting of the Brookfield Agricultural Society, on the 25th day of January, A.D. 1813. : Upon the report of a committee appointed at the last meeting, voted that, to induce exertions for raising the best cattle and sheep, the following premiums, to be paid out of the funds of the society, be offered--viz. [Brookfield, Mass. : Printed by E. Merriam & Co., 1813] Massachusetts 1813
Brown University. Brown University. Order of exercises for commencement. [Providence] : H. Mann and Co. printers., [1813] Rhode Island 1813
Brown University. Catalogue of the officers and students of Brown University....Providence, October, 1813. [Providence] : H. Mann & Co. printers.--, 1813. Rhode Island 1813
Buchan, William, 1729-1805. Domestic medicine: or A treatise on the prevention and cure of diseases, by regimen and simple medicines. : With an appendix, containing a dispensatory for the use of private practitioners. / By William Buchan, M.D. Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh. ; Revised and adapted to the diseases and climate of the United States of America, by Samuel Powel Griffitts, M.D. late professor of materia medica in the University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia. : Published by James Webster., 1813. Pennsylvania 1813
Burder, George, 1752-1832. The closet companion; or, A help to serious persons, in the important duty of self-examination. : Intended to be kept in the Christian's usual place of retirement, in order to remind him of, as well as assist him in, the work. : [Five lines of Scripture texts] Newburyport [Mass.], : Printed by W. & J. Gilman. Sold at their Miscellaneous Book-Store, no. 2, Middle-Street., [between 1813 and 1821] Massachusetts 1813
Chapman, Joseph. The dark day. : Verses occasioned by a very dark day, May 19, 1780. [Connecticut? : s.n., ca. 1813?] Connecticut 1813
Clay, Henry, 1777-1852. Mr. H. Clay's speech, in the House of Representatives of the United States, : on the bill for raising an additional military force. [United States : s.n., 1813] United States 1813
Cohen, Jacob I., 1789-1869. Cohen's lottery & exchange office, no. 110, Market-Street, Baltimore. : Baltimore Hospital Lottery, second class, now drawing ... Baltimore: : ---Printed by B. Edes, corner of South and Market-Streets., [1813] Maryland 1813
Condie, Thomas, 1775?-1814. Memoirs of Gen. Geo. Washington, first president of the United States of America. Hartford: : Published by W.S. Marsh, and for sale at his book store & bindery, Main-Street. John Russell, Jr. printer--State-Street., 1813. Connecticut 1813
Connecticut. Lieutenant Governor (1811-1813 : Smith) By His Honour John Cotton Smith, Esq. lieutenant-governour ... of Connecticut, a proclamation. : Whereas the General Assembly ... passed a resolution ... that there may be contributions in the several religious societies and congregations in this state ... Given under my hand at Sharon, the eighteenth day of March ... one thousand eight hundred and thirteen ... Hartford, : Hudson and Goodwin, print., [1813] Connecticut 1813
Cox, John J. Valuation of property destroyed in Fredericktown. [Maryland? : s.n., 1813] Maryland 1813
Daniel in the lion's den. A hymn. : Daniel in the lion's den. [New York] : John C. Totten, printer, no. 9 Bowery, New-York., [between 1813 and 1832] New York (State) 1813
Dilworth, Thomas, -1780. A new guide to the English tongue. : In five parts. ... The whole being recommended by several clergymen and eminent schoolmasters, as the most useful performance for the instruction of youth, is designed for the use of schools. / By Thomas Dilworth, author of the Schoolmaster's assistant; Young book-keepers assistant, &c. &c. &c. [Baltimore] : Printed for and sold by S. & W. Meteer, Baltimore, --1813. Maryland 1813
Dover Cotton Factory Company. Bye laws for the Dover Cotton Factory Company. [Dover, N.H.] : Printed for the company, by John Mann. Dover--, A.D. 1813. New Hampshire 1813
Dumont, John. A geographical chart, : being a compendium of the geography of the United States, Upper and Lower Canada, and the territories belonging to the United States.... / Compiled from the best authorities, by John Dumont. Pittsburgh: : ....Printed by S. Engles & Co., November, 1813. Pennsylvania 1813
Eastburn, James, -1829. Sir, I beg leave to call your attention to the enclosed address, respecting the Edinburgh and Quarterly reviews; : and also, to solicit your patronage and influence in extending the circulation of these valuable works. ... [New York : Published by Eastburn, Kirk & Co., 1813] New York (State) 1813
Eastburn, Kirk & Co. Eastburn, Kirk, & Co. no. 86, Broadway, New-York, and W.W. Woodward, Philadelphia, propose to publish by subscription, The life of John Knox. ... By Thomas M'Crie, minister of the Gospel, Edinburgh. [New York : Eastburn, Kirk & Co., 1813] New York (State) 1813
Eastburn, Kirk & Co. Eastburn, Kirk, & Co. solicit the attention of the well-wishers to the success of literature and science to the following address and recommendations. : Edinburgh and Quarterly reviews. [New York : Eastburn, Kirk & Co., 1813] New York (State) 1813
Eastburn, Kirk & Co. Proposals for re-publishing the Edinburgh review, from the beginning; : that is to say, from the first to the twenty-eighth number inclusive. [New York : Eastburn, Kirk & Co., 1813] New York (State) 1813
Evans, Oliver, 1755-1819. To the Honourable [blank] : Sir, I take the liberty of forwarding to you a memorial on the subject of patent terms, and the difficulties experienced by inventors, which it is my intention to lay before the two houses of Congress, at their next session ... [Philadelphia? : s.n., between 1813 and 1815] Pennsylvania 1813
Federal Party (Mass.). Central Committee. Boston, Feb. 26th, 1813. : Gentlemen, We congratulate you on the success that has attended our elections in the past year. ... The determination to support His Excellency Caleb Strong for governor ... you will have perceived. ... The spring election of town officers, and that of representatives, must also be attended to. ... [Boston : s.n., 1813] Massachusetts 1813
Federal Party (Mass.). Central Committee for the County of Worcester. Worcester, March 23, 1813. : Gentlemen, The object of obtaining a war governor, in Massachusetts, is so important to our national government ... [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1813] Massachusetts 1813
Fletcher, Ebenezer, 1761-1831. A narrative of the captivity & sufferings of Ebenezer Fletcher, of New-Ipswich, : who was severely wounded and taken prisoner at the battle of Hubbardston, Vt. in the year 1777, by the British and Indians at the age of 16 years, after recovering in part, made his escape from the enemy and travelling through a dreary wilderness, followed by wolves, and beset by Tories, and by the assistance of a friend arrived safe home. / Written by himself, and published at the request of his friends. New-Ipswich, N.H. : Printed by S. Wilder., [between 1813 and 1828] New Hampshire 1813
Foreign Missionary Society of Northampton and the Neighboring Towns (Mass.) The Foreign Missionary Society of Northampton and the Neighboring Towns. Constitution. [Northampton, Mass. : s.n., 1813] Massachusetts 1813
Giles Gingerbread. The entertaining history of Giles Gingerbread, : a little boy who lived upon learning. : Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] : Sidney's Press. New Haven., 1813. Connecticut 1813
  "Impressed seamen from Salem!" From the Salem gazette of April 27, 1813. : Register impressments. Having given correct accounts of the first 25 cases of the "Impressed seamen from Salem," we thought it entirely unnecessary to follow the Register number by number through its remaining cases. But, to satisfy our readers ... we now publish accounts of 25 cases more ... [Salem, Mass. : Printed by Thomas C. Cushing, 1813] Massachusetts 1813
  Map of the seat of war in Europe. [Boston] : Published at the Yankee-office, no. 78, State-Street, Boston [by True & Rowe, 1813]. Massachusetts 1813
  Murder of the whole family of Samuel Wells, : consisting of his wife and sister and eleven children, by the Indians. : Extract of a letter from a gentleman in New Orleans, to his friend in New-York, dated May 1, 1813. [New York? : s.n., 1813] New York (State) 1813
Potter, James, 1734- Narration of the experience, travels and labours of Elder James Potter, Minister of the Gospel, and Pastor of the Baptized Church in Bowdoin, Commonwealth of Massachusetts. : Published by request of many of the friends of Zion. Boston: : Printed by Lincoln & Edmands, 53 Cornhill,, 1813. Massachusetts 1813
Smith, Peter, 1753-1816. The Indian doctor's dispensatory, : being Father Smith's advice respecting, diseases and their cure; consisting of prescriptions for many complaints: and a description of medicines, simple and compound, showing their virtues and how to apply them. : Designed for the benefit of his children, his friends and the public, but more especially the citizens of the western parts of the United States of America. / By Peter Smith, of the Miami Country. ; Men seldom have wit enough to prize and take care of their health until they lose it--and doctors often know not how to get their bread deservedly, until they have no teeth to chew it. Cincinnati: : Printed by Browne and Looker, for the author., 1813. Ohio 1813
Dorcas Society for the Relief of Poor Female Professors of Religion. Constitution of the Dorcas Society for the Relief of Poor Female Professors of Religion. [New Haven : s.n., 1813?] Connecticut 1813
Thomson, Ignatius, 1774-1848. Good reasons why the Congregational priests are Federal. [Vermont : s.n., 1813] Vermont 1813
  Trial for murder. Boston, December 18, 1813. : On Thursday last, two young men, one named Livermore and the other Angier, received the sentence of death, at the Supreme Court held at Cambridge, for the murder of an Indian man, named Nicholas John Cruay [i.e., Crevay], and his wife ... Boston, : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. Milk Street., [1813] Massachusetts 1813
Weed, Enos. The political reconciling-pamphlet; or Patriotic-address: to all the people in North-America. : In which, a strict adherence to the present Constitution, is recommended; and no personal reflections on those now in office, but such maxims are inculcated as (is presumed,) will be for the future welbeing, of the North American states; in all circumstances either of war; or peace. : Sold whole-sale & retail by Enos Weed of Stamford (Connecticut) : Just and righteous rulers, the only probable saviours of the North-American people, from anarchy oppression and traldom. / By a native of North America. [Stamford, Conn.?] : Printed for the perusal of all, M,DCCC,XIII. [1813] Connecticut 1813
Ali Baba (Folk tale) The entertaining & interesting story of Alibaba the wood cutter with the death of the forty thieves, and the overthrow of their protector Orcobrand, the evil genius of the forest. Philadelphia: : published and sold wholesale by Wm. Charles, and may be had of all the booksellers. Price, 18 3-4 cents. 1813. W. M'Culloch, printer., [1813] Pennsylvania 1813
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. Proposals to lawyers. : From Essays to do good. / By the late Cotton Mather, D.D. F.R.S. ; [One line from Hebrews] Barnard, Vt. : Published by J. Dix--I.H. Carpenter, printer., [ca. 1813] Vermont 1813
Aristotle's Masterpiece. The complete master-piece of Aristotle, the famous philosopher. : Displaying the secrets of nature in the generation of man. [Boston?] : New-England: Printed for the College of Physicians., 1813. Massachusetts 1813
Burder, George, 1752-1832. The pleasures of religion. : (Addressed particularly to youth.) : A sermon, / by George Burder. Hudson [N.Y.]: : Printed by Ashbel Stoddard., [not after 1813] New York (State) 1813
English, Clara. The affecting history of the children in the wood. : [Four lines of verse] Hallowell [Me.]: : Printed for E. Goodale and N. Cheever. Sold at their respective bookstores., 1813. Maine 1813
Cock Robin. The death and burial of Cock Robin, : with the story of the farmer's daughters. : To which is added, The tragical death of an apple-pye. : Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] : Sidney's Press. New-Haven,, 1813. Connecticut 1813
Fenning, Daniel. The universal spelling book; or, A new and easy guide to the English language. : Containing: I. Tables of words in one, two, three, and four syllables; with natural and easy lessons in each, adapted to the capacity of children from three years old and upwards, ... II. A very easy and rational guide to English grammar, by way of question and answer, for the use of schools and private persons. III. A collection of near 5000 of the most useful words of two, three, and four syllables ... IV. Many useful things necessary to help the young beginner and inform the more grown up youth ... V. Chronological tables of the most memorable occurrences in sacred and prophane history ... / By Daniel Fenning. Author of The use of the globes, Practical arithmetic, Guide to algebra, Royal English dictionary, Young man's book of knowledge, &c. Baltimore: : Printed and sold William Warner., 1813. Maryland 1813
Davies, Benjamin, 1781-1854. A new and concise system of book-keeping, according to the Italian method of double entry. : Adapted to the commerce of the United States. / By Benjamin Davies. Philadelphia: : Published by Benjamin Johnson, no. 22, North Second Street., 1813. Pennsylvania 1813
O'Conway, Josephus M. S., 1789-1830. Proposals for printing by subscription, Venezuelan memoirs, : containing a faithful narrative of the awful earthquake, which reduced to a mass of ruins the superb metropolis of Carracas, in South America. ... : Also, a heroic poem on the third battle of Portachuelo de Cuayca [i.e., Guayca], and fall of the creole of New-Orleans. ... / By Josephus M.S. O'Conway, surgeon of the Barlovento Regiment and of the post of Portachuelo de Guayca. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1813] Pennsylvania 1813
Eastburn, Kirk & Co. A catalogue of valuable and scarce books, : many of them in splendid bindings, just received and for sale by Eastburn, Kirk & Co. at the Literary Rooms, New-York. [New York : Eastburn, Kirk & Co., between 1813 and 1816] New York (State) 1813
Dow, Lorenzo, 1777-1834. A dialogue between the Curious and Singular!! / By Lorenzo Dow. ; [Five lines from Isaiah] [Alexandria, D.C.? : Printed by Cottom & Stewart?, ca. 1813?] Virginia 1813
Bible. New Testament. English. Authorized. 1813. The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, / translated out of the original Greek; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Philadelphia: : Published by Benjamin Johnson, no. 455, Market Street. J. Bouvier, printer., 1813. Pennsylvania 1813
Bible. New Testament. English. Authorized. 1813. The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, / newly translated out of the original Greek: and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. ; Appointed to be read in churches. New-York: : Printed for and sold by Evert Duyckinck, no. 102 Pearl-Street., 1813. New York (State) 1813
Bible. New Testament. English. Authorized. 1813. The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, / translated out of the original Greek: and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. ; Appointed to be read in churches and families. Chambersburg [Pa.]: : Published for John Shryock. G.K. Harper, printer., 1813. Pennsylvania 1813
Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839. Carey's American pocket atlas; : containing twenty maps, viz. ... : With a brief description of each state and territory: : also the census of inhabitants of the United States, for 1810. The exports from the United States for twenty years. Philadelphia: : Published by Mathew Carey, no. 122, Market Street., 1813. Pennsylvania 1813
  Intemperance: : its gradual and insidious progress. : (Extracted from the Panoplist.) [Boston] : Printed By N. Willis, 76, State-Street, Boston. Who has for sale a variety of interesting tracts. Usual discounts made on large purchases., [between 1813 and 1816?] Massachusetts 1813
Mother Goose. Mother Goose's melody; or, Sonnets for the cradle. : Containing the most celebrated songs and lullabies of the good old nurse, calculated to amuse children, and to excite them to sleep. : Ornamented with cuts, and illustrated with notes and maxims, historical, philosophical, and critical. Windham [Conn.]: : Printed by Samuel Webb., 1813. Connecticut 1813
Episcopal Church. A form of prayer, to be used on days appointed by civil authority, to be observed as days of fasting, humiliation and prayer. : With forms of prayer, for the daily use of families.  : To which are added, sacramental meditations. : And introductory hymns for the morning and evening service, of the Episcopal Church. Newburyport [Mass.], : Published by W. & J. Gilman. Sold at their book-store and printing-office, no. 2, Middle-Street. (Price 12 1/2 cents single--$10 per hundred.), [between 1813 and 1821] Massachusetts 1813
  The Prodigal daughter: or, A strange and wonderful relation: : shewing how a gentleman of great estate in Bristol, in England, had a proud and disobedient daughter; who, because her parents would not support her in all her extravagance, bargained with the Devil to poison them.-- : How an angel informed her parents of her design.-- : How she lay in a trance four days; and when she was put in the grave, she came to life again, and related the wonderful things she saw in the other world. [Boston] : N. Coverly, Jr. printer, Milk-St. Boston, [ca. 1813] Massachusetts 1813
Bradford & Read. Medical book store, 58, Cornhill. : Bradford and Read, have in their stock of books, the following valuable medical works ... [Boston : Bradford & Read, 1813] Massachusetts 1813
Martin, Sarah Catherine, 1768-1826. The comic adventures of Old Mother Hubbard and her dog; : Illustrated with fifteen copper-plate engravings. New-York: : Published by I. Riley, no. 4, City-Hotel. 1813. Price 25 cents., [1813] New York (State) 1813
Finley, A. (Anthony) Medical book-store, S.E. corner of Chesnut and Fourth streets, Philadelphia. : Anthony Finley, has recently published, An essay on the organic diseases and lesions of the heart, and great vessels. From the clinical lectures of J.N. Corvisart ... [Philadelphia : A. Finley, 1813] Pennsylvania 1813
Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824. The poetical works of Lord Byron. : In two volumes. Vol. I[-II]. : From the last London edition. Philadelphia: : Published by Moses Thomas, no. 52, Chesnut-Street. William Fry, printer., 1813. Pennsylvania 1813
Collins & Co. (New York, N.Y.) A catalogue of books for sale by Collins & Co. printers, booksellers, and stationers, no. 189 Pearl-Street, New-York; : consisting of the last and most approved editions of books on history, biography, travels and voyages, poetry, theology, arts and sciences; and classical and school-books in Greek, Latin, French, and English; together with a list of stationary. New-York: : Printed by Collins and Co., 1813. New York (State) 1813
Davis, William Cummins, 1760-1831. A catechism for young people: : containing a plain and easy system of divinity, agreeable to the leading doctrines of the Holy Scriptures. / By the Rev. William C. Davis. ; [Two lines from Deuteronomy] Salisbury: (N.C.) : Printed by Coupee & Crider., 1813. North Carolina 1813
Amory, Francis, 1766-1845. Will be sold by auction at the office of Francis Amory, in Marlborough Street, Boston, the following books, which are highly valuable; particularly for public libraries. : The sale to commence at 11 o'clock, on the last Wednesday in October. [Boston : s.n., 1813] Massachusetts 1813
Bible. English. 1813. The Holy Bible: : containing the Old and New Testaments: together with the Apocrypha; and arguments prefixed to the different books: with moral and theological observations illustrating each chapter. Composed by the Reverend Mr. Ostervald, professor of divinity, and one of the ministers of the church at Neufchatel in Swisserland [sic]. Translated at the desire of, and recommended by the Society for Propagating Christian Knowledge. : To which are added, an index; an alphabetical table of all the names in the Old and New Testaments, with their significations: Brown's concordance, &c. &c. &c. : Embellished with maps, and a number of elegant historical engravings. New-York: : Published by Evert Duyckinck, John Tiebout, G. & R. Waite, and Websters & Skinners of Albany. George Long, printer., 1813. New York (State) 1813
Griffith, William, 1766-1826. The scrivener's guide; : containing concise precedents of acquittances, agreements, arbitration and awards, assignments, attornies letters, &c. bills of sale, bonds and conditions, composition with creditors, deeds of sale, partition, &c. indentures of apprentice, leases, licence of debtors, mortgages, promissory notes, bills, &c. recognizance, wills and codicils, with practical notes and explanations. : "Multum in parvo." / By William Griffith, Esq. counsellor at law. Burlington, N.J. : Published by David Allinson, 1813. New Jersey 1813
  Lines composed on the execution of W. Clement's: : who was shot for desertion, on Fort Independence, Feb. 18 having been four times pardoned, but having last deserted his post, was condemned to die. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. corner Theatre Alley., [1813?] Massachusetts 1813
  American bravery: or Great Britain, and her copper-colored allies defeated. : General Tupper, with a detachment of 2000 volunteers, has completely defeated a corps of Indians and British regulars, 1200 strong, and taken the noted Tecumseh prisoner, who has arrived at Franklinton, Ohio. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., 1813?] Massachusetts 1813
  Bainbridge's victory: or Huzza for the Constitution, once more! : Engagement between the United States frigate Constitution, and the British frigate Java. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., 1813] Massachusetts 1813
  The Battle between the Chesapeake and Shannon. [Boston : s.n., 1813] Massachusetts 1813
  Boston, December 18, 1813. : On Thursday last, two young men, one named Livermore and the other Angier, received the sentence of death, at the Supreme Court held at Cambridge, for the murder of an Indian man, named Nicholas John Cruay [i.e., Crevay], and his wife ... Boston : : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun., [1813] Massachusetts 1813
  Brilliant victory, : song----composed on the capture of the British schooner Dominico, mounting 16 guns, by the Decatur privateer of 7 guns. [Boston] : N. Coverly, Jr. printer, Milk-Street, Boston., [1813] Massachusetts 1813
Dunlap, William, 1766-1839. Yankee chronology: or Huzza for the American navy. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., 1813] Massachusetts 1813
  The Green Mountain boys adieu. : On leaving the encampment at Burlington, September, 1813. ... "Tune the Soldier's farewell." [Boston] : Printed by N. Coverly, Jun, Milk Street., [1813] Massachusetts 1813
  Huzza for Commodore Rodgers, : the United States' frigate, President, Commodore Rodgers, of 44 guns, has arrived in Providence, after a cruise of nearly five months. She has captured and sent in a great number of prizes. : "Tune, Frog and the mouse." [Boston] : Printed by N. Coverly, Jun, Milk Street., [1813] Massachusetts 1813
  Naval victory, : by the United States frigate Constitution, and the British frigate Java. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., 1813] Massachusetts 1813
Plummer, Jonathan, 1761-1819. Murder: death of Miss Mack Coy [i.e., McCoy], and the Young Teazer. : On the death of Miss Elizabeth Mack Coy, of Lee, (N.H.) who was cruelly, murdered it is expected, towards the end of August, 1813: and on the deaths of Capt. Dobson, Lieut. Johnson, sailing master Merril, prize master Allen, and twenty five others, killed by a dreadful explosion on board a privateer called the Young Teazer: fire having been conveyed to the magazine it is expected, by this Johnson, who it is likely would have been hanged, had he not killed himself. / Written by J. Plummer, travelling preacher. [Boston] : Sold [by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr.] corner Theatre-Alley, Milk-St. Boston., [1813?] Massachusetts 1813
Portsmouth in flames. A Particular account of the late distressing fire at Portsmouth. [Boston : s.n., 1813?] Massachusetts 1813
  Portsmouth in flames. : A particular account of the late distressing fire at Portsmouth. [Boston : s.n., 1813?] Massachusetts 1813
  Thou shalt do no murder. : On Thursday, December 16, sentence of death was passed in a most solemn and impressive manner, by the Hon. Judge Sewall, upon Livermore and Angier, after a conviction of the murder of Nicholas John Cruay [i.e., Crevay], an Indian, on the night of the 23d. November. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., 1813] Massachusetts 1813
Shelton & Kensett. An improved map of the United States [cartographic material] / by Shelton & Kensett. ; Engraved by A. Doolittle New Haven & T. Kensett Cheshire. [Cheshire, Conn. : Shelton & Kensett, 1813] Connecticut 1813
Shelton & Kensett. An improved map of the United States [cartographic material] / by Shelton & Kensett. ; Engraved by A. Doolittle New Haven. [Cheshire, Conn.] : Published by Shelton & Kensett Cheshire Connect., Novr. 8th 1813. Connecticut 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] Maine 1813
Warren, Moses, 1757-1829. Connecticut from actual survey, made in 1811; [cartographic material] / by and under the direction of Moses Warren and George Gillet; and by them compiled. ; Engraved by Abner Reed, E. Windsor. [Hartford] : Published under the authority of the General Assembly, by Hudson & Goodwin., [1813] Connecticut 1813
Andrews, John, 1768-1849. Prospectus of a newspaper, to be published in Chillicothe, Ohio, entitled the Weekly recorder. [Chillicothe, Ohio : Printed by John Andrews, 1814] Ohio 1814
Baptist Board of Foreign Missions (U.S.) It is hoped that the following plan of female societies will be acceptable to all ... [Philadelphia? : s.n., between 1814 and 1821] Pennsylvania 1814
  Battle of Plattsburgh, and victory on Lake Champlain, : in which 14,000 British myrmidons were defeated and put to flight by 5,000 Yankees and Green-Mountain boys, on the memorable eleventh of Sept. 1814. : Tune--"Battle of the kegs." [Windsor, Vt. : Printed by Jesse Cochran, 1814?] Vermont 1814
Beers, Andrew, 1749-1824. Beers' almanac, for the year of our Lord 1815 ... : Calculated for the meridian of Poughkeepsie, lat. 40. 41. N. long. 74. W. but may serve for other latitudes. ... / By Andrew Beers, philom. Poughkeepsie [N.Y.]: : Printed by P. & S. Potter. Sold wholesale and retail by P. Potter, bookseller, Poughkeepsie--Also,  by Rudd and Stockholm, Poughkeepsie; Covel and Patten, Kingston; and William E. Norman, Hudson., [1814] New York (State) 1814
Bible. English. Hieroglyphic Bible. 1814. The hieroglyhick [i.e., hieroglyphick] Bible; or Select passages in the Old and New Testaments, represented with emblematical figures, for the amusement of youth: : Designed chiefly to familiarize tender age, in a pleasing and diverting manner, with early ideas of the Holy Scriptures. : To which are subjoined, a short account of the lives of the Evangelists, and other pieces. : Illustrated with nearly five hundred cuts. Boston: : Published by Isaiah Thomas, Jun. no. 6 Marlborough Street. J.T. Buckingham, printer., 1814. Massachusetts 1814
Black River Baptist Association (N.Y.) Minutes of the Black-River Baptist Association, held at Henderson, in the county of Jefferson, and state of New-York, on the 8th and 9th of June, 1814. Watertown [N.Y.]: : Printed for the Association, by J. Rich., 1814. New York (State) 1814
Boston (Mass.) Notification. : The male inhabitants of the town of Boston ... are hereby notified to meet at Faneuil Hall, on Monday, the fourth day of April next ... for the purpose of electing a governour ... [Boston : s.n., 1814] Massachusetts 1814
Brookfield Agricultural Society. The committee of the Brookfield Agricultural Society, appointed to take into consideration the encouragement suitable to be given to some of the more important objects of husbandry, report; : That in their opinion, it will be proper to appropriate of the society's funds, in premiums for the year 1815, seventy one dollars to be expended in the following manner, viz. [Brookfield, Mass. : Printed by E. Merriam & Co., 1814] Massachusetts 1814
Brown University. Brown University. Order of exercises for commencement. Sepember [i.e., September] 7, 1814. [Providence] : Miller, Goddard & Mann, printers., [1814] Rhode Island 1814
Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839. The crisis. No. 2. : A few facts and reflections submitted to the most serious consideration of the Committee of Defence. [Philadelphia : Printed by Mathew Carey, 1814] Pennsylvania 1814
Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839. To the Committees of Defence in New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore. [Philadelphia : Printed by Mathew Carey, 1814] Pennsylvania 1814
Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of, 1694-1773. Principles of politeness, / by Lord Chesterfield, ; as improved by Rev. J. Trusler D.D. for the improvement of youth, and worthy the attention of every class of people. Sangerfield [N.Y.], : Joseph Tenny printer., 1814. New York (State) 1814
Crisp, Stephen, 1628-1692. A short history of a long travel from Babylon to Bethel. Philadelphia: : Printed by Joseph Rakestraw, no. 256, North Third Street., 1814. Pennsylvania 1814
David Dunham & Co. Catalogue of books, : consisting of upwards of fifty thousand volumes, to be sold at public auction, in the city of New-York, by David Dunham & Co. on Wednesday, February 23, 1814. [New York : s.n., 1814] New York (State) 1814
Dearborn, Benjamin, 1754-1838. A proposal, for removing the inconveniencies incident to locks and inclined planes, in transferring canal-boats from one level to another. [Boston : Printed by Benjamin Dearborn, 1814] Massachusetts 1814
Dickinson, Festus, 1795-1844. At a meeting of the true Republican students of Dickinson College to celebrate the anniversary of American independence, Mr. Festus Dickinson, of Virginia, being appointed president, delivered the following oration. [Carlisle, Pa.? : s.n., 1814?] Pennsylvania 1814
Draper, Aaron, 1764-1818. Catalogue of valuable books, to be sold at auction, by Aaron Draper, : on Monday, June 13, 1814, at 7 o'clock P.M. [Providence : Printed by Miller, Goddard & Mann, 1814] Rhode Island 1814
Eddy, John H. (John Hartshorne), 1783-1817. New-York, March 14, 1814. : The unexampled progress of cultivation and improvement in that part of the state of New-York, lying west of the meridian of the village of Utica, and the surprising increase of its population and produce, present a subject of enquiry highly interesting ... it has opened to the observation of the geographer and the geologist, a number of very curious particulars in its general topography ... to endeavour to discover the probable cause of the singular features I have mentioned, has induced me to take the liberty of addressing you, and to beg the favour of you to answer the queries inclosed ... [New York : s.n., 1814] New York (State) 1814
Elector. To the free and independent electors of the southern district. : Fellow citizens! You will soon be called upon to choose those who are to represent you in the state legislature and the Congress of the United States. ... you should examine with attention the respective merits of the conflicting parties who claim your suffrages. On the one hand you have the Federalists--the pretended friends of peace, liberty, and commerce. On the other, the Republicans--the supporters of the war, free trade, and sailors' rights. ... [New York : s.n., ca. 1814] New York (State) 1814
Federal Party (Mass.). Central Committee for the County of Worcester. Worcester, March 8, 1814. : Gentlemen, The duty of addressing you upon our most important interest as freemen again devolves upon us. ... [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1814] Massachusetts 1814
Flint-River Association of Baptists. Minutes of the Flint-River Association of Baptists, : began and held at Bradshaw's Meeting-House, Lincoln County, September 24, 1814. [Huntsville, Ala.? : s.n., 1814] Alabama 1814
Freemasons. Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania. Grand Lodge of the most ancient and honourable fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons of Pennsylvania, and masonic jurisdiction thereunto belonging, according to the old institutions. : At a grand quarterly communication, held at their new hall in the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the fifth December, anno Domini 1814, anno Lucis 5814, (and subsequently) in ample form, the Grand Lodge proceeded to the election of grand officers for the ensuing year ... [Philadelphia] : T.S. Manning, printer, n.w. corner of Sixth and Chesnut Streets, Philadelphia., [1814] Pennsylvania 1814
Friend to public credit. To the president and directors of the [blank] : Gentlemen, The importance of the subject of this communication renders apology unnecessary. ... The excitement of the public mind, and the alarm generally spread, has created and will extend a desire to convert bank notes into specie, in order to guard against any contingency. To meet such a crisis, two modes present themselves--a free curtailment of discounts--or a suspension of specie payments. ... [Philadelphia : Printed by M. Carey?, 1814] Pennsylvania 1814
Funk, Christian, 1731-1811. A mirror for all mankind; or, Instructive examples, from the life and conduct of Christian Funk, a faithful minister of the word of God, among the Menonists; during, and many years after, the American Revolution. / Translated from the German. [Norristown, Pa.] : Printed by J. Winnard, Norristown, for the proprietors., 1814. Pennsylvania 1814
Kidder, Thompson, 1788-1840. An independent fortune of 25,000 dollars!! For only ten dollars!!! : Grand Union Canal Lottery, 1st class. ... [Boston] : Rowe & Hooper, printers. 78, State-Street, Boston., [1814] Massachusetts 1814
Newburyport (Mass.). Tythingmen. At a meeting of the tythingmen of Newburyport, Tuesday evening, January 4, 1814-- : Resolved, to have such sections of the act, providing for the due observation of the Lord's Day, as may be deemed expedient, printed on a sheet for the purpose of tacking up in the several taverns and public places, for the caution and information of the citizens ... [Newburyport, Mass. : s.n., 1814] Massachusetts 1814
Scottish Rite (Masonic order). Supreme Council of Grand Inspectors General of the 33rd Degree in the United States of America. Universi Terrarum orbis Architectionis per gloriam ingentis Deus meumque jus. Ordo ab chao. : In the name and at the special request of the Grand and Supreme Council of the most puissant sovereigns, Grand Inspectors General of the 33d Degree ... To all those to whom these letters shall come: Union, contentment and wisdom. Be it known and remembered, that whereas a certain individual of the name of Joseph Cerneau ... did, sometime this last spring, publish certain printed pamphlets ... wherein he stiles himself as "most potent, sovereign grand commander of the thirty-third degree for the United States of America, their territories and dependencies," &c. &c. &c. And whereas the only lawful body of the kind in the United States of America, was legally established on the 31st May, 5801, at the city of Charleston, South-Carolina ... [New York : s.n., 1814] New York (State) 1814
Serle, Ambrose, 1742-1812. The happy Negro. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1814. Massachusetts 1814
Wightman, Thomas. The cipher engravers companion. : Containing every combination of the letters of the alphabet / drawn and engraved by Thomas Wightman Jr. Boston. : Pub. according law Augt. 1814, and for sale wholesale & retail., [1814] Massachusetts 1814
Aikin, John, 1747-1822. The squirrel. : Entered according to act of Congress, Sept. 26, 1814. New-York: : Sold by T.B. Jansen, no. 11 Chatham-Street., 1814. New York (State) 1814
Edgeworth, Maria, 1768-1849. Frank, part I[-IV]. Being the sixth[-ninth] part of Early lessons, / by Mrs. Edgeworth, author of The parent's assistant. ; [Eight lines of verse] Boston: : Printed by Samuel T. Armstrong, no. 50, Cornhill. Of whom may be had wholesale or retail, many books designed to improve the understanding, and enrich the minds of children and youth., 1814. Massachusetts 1814
American Æsculapian Society. Report of the proceedings of the American Æsculapian Society: during the winter of 1813-14. : To which are prefixed, the constitution and bye-laws; being the second session of the Society since its revival. New-York: : Printed by John Forbes, no. 61, Fair-Street., 1814. New York (State) 1814
Burder, George, 1752-1832. A dialogue between a traveller & yourself. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1814. Massachusetts 1814
Bourne, George, 1780-1845. Prophecy. : A discourse, delivered in Harrisonburg: August 18th. 1814. The day appointed for humiliation and prayer. Harrisonburg [Va.]: : Published by George Bourne., 1814. Virginia 1814
  The Picture alphabet, for little children. New-York: : Printed & sold by Samuel Wood, at the Juvenile Book Store, no. 357, Pearl Street., 1814. New York (State) 1814
Cato. Hints on banking institutions. [Albany? : s.n., 1814?] New York (State) 1814
Artist's companion, and manufacturer's guide. Five hundred receipts in the arts and trades, : containing directions from the best artists, for calico printing--bleaching of cotton and paper, dyeing of wood, bones, &c. Engraving and etching on copper--engraving in aquatinta, and on wood. Dyeing of various colours--manufacture of glass, pottery, beer, &c. &c. &c. : Forming a great variety of useful articles, collected from the latest European publications. / By a friend to American manufactures. Boston: : Published by J. Norman, no. 1, North-Row., [between 1814 and 1817] Massachusetts 1814
Blair, Hugh, 1718-1800. An abridgment of Lectures on rhetoric. / By Hugh Blair, D.D. one of the ministers of the High Church, and professor of rhetoric and belles lettres in the University of Edinburgh. New-York: : Published by Richard Scott, 276 Pearl-Street., 1814. New York (State) 1814
Jack the Giant-Killer. The singular and very surprising life and adventures of Jack the Giant Killer. : Illustrated with elegant engravings. Philadelphia: : Published and sold wholesale by Wm. Charles, and may be had of all the booksellers. 1814. Price 18 3-4 cents. [1814] Pennsylvania 1814
  Contra dances. [United States : s.n., 1814?] United States 1814
Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691. The saint's everlasting rest; or, A treatise on the blessed state of the saints in their enjoyment of God in heaven. / Written by the reverend, learned, and pious Mr. Richard Baxter, ; Abridged by Benjamin Fawcett, M.A. ; [Three lines from Baxter's preface to Scudder's Christian's daily walk] Philadelphia: : Jonathan Pounder, bookseller, no. 194, North Fourth-Street, opposite St. George's. Dickinson, printer., 1814. Pennsylvania 1814
  The History of Philip Quarll, who lived thirty years on an uninhabited island. Philadelphia: Published by Bennett & Walton, no 31, Market-Street., 1814. Pennsylvania 1814
Eastburn, Kirk & Co. Theological works recently published, and for sale by Eastburn, Kirk, & Co. : at the Literary Rooms, corner of Wall and Nassau streets, New-York. [New York : Eastburn, Kirk & Co., 1814] New York (State) 1814
Eastburn, Kirk & Co. New works proposed by Eastburn, Kirk and Co. : Eastburn, Kirk, and Co. New-York; Francis Adincourt [i.e., Adancourt], Troy; H.C. Southwick, Albany; and E.I. Coale, Baltimore, propose to publish by subscription The memoirs of the Cardinal de Retz: : containing the particulars of his own life--with the most secret transactions of the French court and the civil wars. : And also, the history of the conspiracy of the Count John Louis Fiesque, against the republic of Genoa, likewise written by the Cardinal de Retz. : Translated from the French. : To which will be added, notes by the Duchess of Newmours--and memoirs of Gui Joli, private secretary to Cardinal de Retz. : In three volumes, octavo. [New York : Eastburn, Kirk & Co., 1814] New York (State) 1814
Bible Society of Nassau-Hall. Proceedings of the Bible Society of Nassau Hall, at their semi-annual meeting, August 27, 1814. : With the president's address. Trenton: : Printed by George Sherman., 1814. New Jersey 1814
Freneau, Philip Morin, 1752-1832. The news-boy's address to the patrons of the Cabinet. : January 2, 1815. [Schenectady, N.Y. : Printed by Riggs & Stevens, 1814] New York (State) 1814
Scottish Rite (Masonic order) To the glory of the supreme architect of the universe. : Ordo ab Chao. A the orient of the most powerful Sovereign Grand Consistory of Grand Inspectors General of the 33d degree, and Princes of the Royal Secret, supreme chiefs of exalted masonry of the Ancient Scottish Rite of Heredon, for the United States of America, under the celestial canopy, at the central point, answering to 40 degres, 41 minutes, north latitude. Health. Stability. Power. [New York : s.n., 1814] New York (State) 1814
M'Lean, James, 1779-1865. Seventeen years' history, of the life and sufferings of James M'Lean. : An impressed American citizen & seaman. Embracing but a summary of what he endured, while detained in the British service, during that long and painful period. / Written by himself. Hartford: : Printed for the author, by B. & J. Russell., 1814. Connecticut 1814
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. The pilgrim's progress from this world to that which is to come. : Delivered under the similitude of a dream. / By John Bunyan. ; In three parts. ; A new edition, divided into chapters. ; To which are added, explanatory and practical notes, by Messrs. Mason, Scott, and Burder. ; Embellished with elegant engravings. Philadelphia: : Published by David Hogan. Griggs & Dickinsons, printers., 1814. Pennsylvania 1814
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. The pilgrim's progress from this world to that which is to come. : Delivered under the similitude of a dream. / By John Bunyan. ; In three parts. Philadelphia: : Published by William G. Murphey. Griggs & Dickinsons, printers., 1814. Pennsylvania 1814
Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824. The bride of Abydos, and The corsair. / By Lord Byron. Philadelphia: : Published by Moses Thomas, no. 52, Chesnut-Street. J. Maxwell, printer., 1814. Pennsylvania 1814
Christian economy. The Christian œconomy: / translated from the original Greek of an old manuscript, found in the isle of Patmos, where St. John wrote his book of the Revelation. Hartford: : Published by O.D. Cooke. 1814. B. & J. Russell, printers., [1814] Connecticut 1814
Zschokke, Heinrich, 1771-1848. Abaellino, the great bandit. : A grand dramatic romance, in five acts. / Translated from the German and adapted to the New-York theatre. By William Dunlap, Esq. New-York: : Published by David Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., Jan.--1814. New York (State) 1814
Amory, Francis, 1766-1845. Catalogue of the law library of the Honorable Theophilus Parsons, : to be sold by auction, Thursday, June 2nd, 1814. At the store of Francis Amory, no. 41, Marlboro'-Street. Boston, : [s.n.], 1814. Massachusetts 1814
Amory, Francis, 1766-1845. Catalogue of books, belonging to the library of the late Rev. J.L. Abbot, : to be sold at the store of Francis Amory, no. 41 Marlboro'-Street, on Friday, the 23d of December. Sale to commence at 9 o'clock. [Boston : s.n., 1814] Massachusetts 1814
Amory, Francis, 1766-1845. Catalogue of a large and valuable assortment of books, : to be sold, without limitation, at the store of Francis Amory, no. 41, Marlboro' Street, on Thursday, March 10, and the following days. [Boston, : s.n., 1814] Massachusetts 1814
Bible. English. Authorized. 1814. The Holy Bible: : containing the Old and New Testaments: together with the Apocrypha: / translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised; with marginal notes and references. ; To which are added, an index; an alphabetical table of all the names in the Old and New Testaments, with their significations; tables of Scripture weights, measures, and coins. New-York: : Printed and sold by Collins and Co. Sold also by the principal booksellers in the United States., 1814. New York (State) 1814
Skelton, Philip, 1707-1787. How happiness is to be attained in marriage. / By the late Rev. Philip Skelton, rector of Fintona &c. in Ireland. ; [Ten lines of quotations] ; (The profits arising from the sale of this discourse will be applied to a work of benevolence.) Philadelphia: : Printed by Thomas and William Bradford no. 8, South Front Street., 1814. Pennsylvania 1814
Donaldson, Arthur, active 1811-1814. The introduction to the Orthographer; or The first book for children. / By Arthur Donaldson, author of the Orthographer. Philadelphia: : Printed for the author, by J. Bouvier, no. 45, South Front Street, and for sale by the booksellers., 1814. Pennsylvania 1814
Ibraham Ali Mahomed Hafez. The new and complete dream book: : being a treatise on the art of foretelling future events, by dreams, moles, cards, the signs of the zodiac, and the planets. / Carefully done from the Arabic manuscripts of Ibraham Ali Mahomed Hafez. Albany: : Published by George Forbes, bookseller, Court Street., 1814. New York (State) 1814
Colman, George, 1762-1836. Landlady of France, : together with the Bottle of Rum, and Morgiana. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. Milk-Street, Boston:, 1814. Massachusetts 1814
  Commodore Rodgers. : The United States frigate Commodore Rodgers [i.e., the President, commanded by Commodore John Rodgers] arrived within Sandy Hook Feb. 21. The revenue cutter Active, Capt. Cahoone, came up from the President, last evening, and informed us that Com. Rodgers fell in with two French frigates, and has captured three British merchant vessels, which he sunk, after taking out their cargoes, and has brought in thirty prisoners. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly,, Jun. Milk Street.----Boston., [1814] Massachusetts 1814
  Commodore Rodgers. : The United States frigate Commodore Rodgers [i.e., the President, commanded by Commodore John Rodgers] arrived within Sandy Hook Feb. 21. The revenue cutter Active, Capt. Cahoone, came up from the President, last evening, and informed us that Com. Rodgers fell in with two French frigates, and has captured three British merchant vessels, which he sunk, after taking out their cargoes, and has brought in thirty prisoners. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., 1814] Massachusetts 1814
  Huzza for the Constitution. : On Sunday April 17 [1814], arrived in this harbour, the U.S. frigate Constitution. She has captured four prizes during her cruize ... [Boston : s.n., 1814] Massachusetts 1814
Dearborn, Benjamin, 1754-1838. A plan of those parts of Boston and its vicinity, [cartographic material] : with the waters and flats adjacent, which are immediately or remotely connected with the contemplated design of erecting perpetual tide-mills. : This vast design, in the wide range of its utility, will undoubtedly exceed any undertaking hitherto accomplished in the quarter of the world. / Printed and coloured typographically, by Benjamin Dearborn. In his new constructed letter-press. This plan is probably the first ever printed in a similar manner, as the common printing press cannot be thus applied. Gentlemen desirous of having works printed in colours, either plans, or other drawings, can be accomodated, at the Balance-Factory, where appropriate designs and engravings can be handsomely executed. Boston, February, 1814. [Boston : Benjamin Dearborn, 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
  A Map of Europe. [cartographic material] : In which are delineated, the rout of the French Army, to & from Moscow, in the Campaign of 1812- that of the Campaign of 1813; and also, that of Ld. Wellington's army in Spain. [East Windsor, Conn.] : Published by A. Reed & Co. E. Windsor Con., Mar. 1814. Connecticut 1814
Shelton & Kensett. Europe from the best authorities [cartographic material] / by Shelton & Kensett. ; A. Doolittle sc. [Cheshire, Conn.] : Published by Shelton & Kensett Cheshire Connec., April 5th 1814. Connecticut 1814
  An Affecting narrative of the captivity and sufferings of Mrs. Mary Smith, : who with her husband, and three daughters, was taken prisoner by the Indians, in August, 1814, and after enduring the most cruel hardships and torture of mind for sixty days, in which time she witnessed the tragical death of her husband and helpless children, was rescued from the hands of the merciless savages, by a detached party from the army of the brave Gen. Jackson, then commanding at New-Orleans. : Price--twelve and an half cents. [United States : s.n., not before 1815] United States 1815
Alumnus Brunensis. A letter to the corporation of Brown University, suggesting certain improvements in its academical system. : [One line in Latin from Terence] [Providence? : s.n., 1815] Rhode Island 1815
Auxiliary Bible Society in the County of Worcester. The constitution of the Auxiliary Bible Society in the County of Worcester: adopted September 7, 1815. Worcester [Mass.]: : Printed by William Manning., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
Auxiliary Bible Society in the County of Worcester. Gentlemen, In pursuance of the trust reposed in the undersigned, : by the constitution of the Auxiliary Bible Society in the County of Worcester, we do hereby request you to act as a committee for the religious society in [blank] to carry into execution the purposes of the above institution. ... [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1815] Massachusetts 1815
Baldwin, James Fowle, 1782-1862. Timber & wood. : To be sold at public auction, on Wednesday, the 25th instant, a large quantity of timber and wood blown down by the late gale, on the subscriber's lot, in the eastwardly part of Burlington ... For further particulars, inquire of Col. Baldwin, of Woburn, or at no. 5, Bray's Wharf, Parkman's Buildings, Boston. [Boston : s.n., 1815] Massachusetts 1815
Ballou, Silas, 1753-1837. History of the American war. : A new song, on the causes, beginning, events, end and consequences of the late war with Great Britain.-- / By S. Ballou. ; Tune, The girl I left behind me. [United States : s.n., 1815] United States 1815
Baptist Board of Foreign Missions (U.S.). New-York Middle District Society. Proceedings of the Middle District Society, Auxiliary to the Baptist Board of Foreign Missions, at their first annual meeting, held in the Baptist Meeting-House, Poughkeepsie, Oct. 17, 1815. [Poughkeepsie, N.Y.? s.n., 1815?] New York (State) 1815
Beecher, Lyman, 1775-1863. A sermon, delivered at Wolcott, (Con.) Sept. 21, 1814, at the installation of the Rev. John Keyes, to the pastoral care of the church in that place. / By Lyman Beecher, Pastor of a Church of Christ in Litchfield. New-London [Conn.]: : Printed by Samuel Green., 1815. Connecticut 1815
Bible. English. Authorized. 1815. The Holy Bible, : containing the Old and New Testaments: / translated out of the original tongues; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised, by the special command of King James I. of England. Walpole, (N.H.) : Published by Anson Whipple., 1815. New Hampshire 1815
Bible. New Testament. English. Authorized. 1815. The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ: / translated out of the original Greek; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Boston. : Published by West and Richardson., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
Bible Society (Philadelphia, Pa.) The seventh report of the Bible Society of Philadelphia. : Read before the Society, May 3d, 1815. Philadelphia: : Printed by order of the Society. William Fry, printer., 1815. Pennsylvania 1815
Blythe, James, 1765-1842. In an anonymous pamphlet lately published at Chillicothe, stiled "Case of Maccalla against Blythe, &c." : there are some statements to which the attention of the good people of Ohio, is for a moment solicited. ... [Lexington, Ky. : s.n., 1815] Kentucky 1815
Boston (Mass.). Board of Health (1799-1822) Abstract of the bill of mortality, for the town of Boston, : from the 31st December, 1813, to the 1st January, 1815;--agreeably to the record kept at the Health-Office. [Boston : s.n., 1815] Massachusetts 1815
Bradford, Samuel F. (Samuel Fisher), 1776-1837. (Circular.) Philadelphia, October 2d, 1815. : Sir, Owing to severe and ruinous losses, the result of widely extended concerns, it became necessary for me, at the commencement of the present year, to suspend the publication of Dr. Rees's Cyclopædia to which you are a subscriber. ... [Philadelphia : Printed by Samuel F. Bradford, 1815] Pennsylvania 1815
Bradish, Luther, 1783-1863. Moira for sale to actual settlers. : This township is situated in the county of Franklin, in the state of New-York; sixty-five miles west from Plattsburgh ... : For particulars, application may be made to Philip Kearny, Esq. residing in the township who is the authorised agent and attorney of the proprietors, for this purpose; or to the subscribers. ... [New York? : s.n., 1815] New York (State) 1815
Brookhouse, Robert, 1779-1866. Robert Brookhouse has for sale, four doors west of the market, : a general assortment of jewelry, silver, and plated ware. [Salem, Mass. : s.n., 1815] Massachusetts 1815
Brown, Erastus. The Tyringham tragedy: or Misfortune of 7 youths; : who attempting to sail for pleasure, were upset, three of whom, (Almond Benton, Ruth Mills and Betsy Gaffield,) were drowned: the other four, (Jackson Tracy, Lucy Upham, Cynthia Upham and Abigail Buell,) narrowly escaping after much suffering and effort; especially the three latter. [Stockbridge, Mass.? : s.n., ca. 1815?] Massachusetts 1815
Brown University. Brown University, September 6, 1815. Exercises of commencement. [Providence] : Brown & Wilson, printers., [1815] Rhode Island 1815
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. The interpreter's house. : From Pilgrim's progress. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
Burder, George, 1752-1832. On the Lord's day. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
Burder, George, 1752-1832. On the Lord's day. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
Burnap, Jacob, 1748-1821. A discourse, delivered at Merrimac, April 12, 1815, at the funeral of the widow Sarah Spalding, aet. 87; Samuel Spalding, aet. 17; and Joanna Spalding, aet 15: : it being two days after the burial of Mr. Asa Spalding, aet. 46; son of the aged widow, and father of the deceased children. / By Jacob Burnap, D.D. Minister of Merrimac. Amherst [N.H.]-- : R. Boylston--printer., 1815. New Hampshire 1815
Cameron, John, 1744 or 1745-1815. Prayers, for the use of families. [Petersburg, Va. : Printed by Whitworth & Yancey, between 1815 and 1819] Virginia 1815
Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839. Philadelphia, October 4, 1815. : Sir, The rapid sale of the sixth edition of The olive branch, recently published, places it beyond doubt, that a new edition will be indispensably necessary. I am, therefore, making the necessary preparations to put one to press ... [Philadelphia : Printed by Lydia Bailey?, 1815] Pennsylvania 1815
Charleston (S.C.) The ordinances of the City Council of Charleston, South-Carolina, : passed since the first of September, 1807, and to the 13th of November, 1815. / Compiled and printed pursuant to a resolution of Council. Charleston [S.C.]. : Printed by G.M. Bounetheau & Lewis Bryer, No. 4, Broad-Street., [1815?] South Carolina 1815
Citizen. Historical catechism, taken from the Holy Scriptures. / By a citizen. Jaffrey, N.H. : Printed by S. Wilder., 1815. New Hampshire 1815
Collins & Co. (New York, N.Y.) Collins & Co's publications. [New York : Printed by Collins & Co., 1815] New York (State) 1815
  Conclusion of peace! : Office of the Newport Mercury, Tuesday, 9 A.M. 14th February. Since the issuing of our handbill this morning, we have been politely favored by Major John Wood, just arrived from Providence, with a hand-bill printed there last night at 10 o'clock, giving the following more satisfactory and correct particulars of the conclusion of peace! [Newport, R.I. : Printed by Rousmaniere & Barber, 1815] Rhode Island 1815
Connecticut. General Assembly. At a General Assembly of the State of Connecticut, : holden at Hartford in said state, on the second Thursday of May, A.D. 1815. : Whereas, learned, able and pious teachers of religion, greatly subserve, not the interests of the church only, but of the state also; and whereas the number of such teachers is not equal to the demands of public wants ... Resolved by this assembly, that Tapping Reeve [and eleven others], their associates and successors, be and hereby are constituted a body politic, by the name of The Charitable Society for the Education of Indigent, Pious Young Men, for the Ministry of the Gospel ... [New Haven : s.n., 1815] Connecticut 1815
Cowen, Esek, 1787-1844. Oration delivered by Esek Cowen, Esq. July 4th 1815, at Saratoga Springs. [Ballston Spa, N.Y. : Printed by Isaiah Bunce, 1815] New York (State) 1815
Cunningham, J. W. (John William), 1780-1861. Pneumanee; or, The fairy of the nineteenth century. / By the author of "The world without souls." Philadelphia: : Published by Edward Earle. William Fry, printer., 1815. Pennsylvania 1815
Edgeworth, Maria, 1768-1849. The bracelets. / By Miss Edgeworth. Boston: : Published by Wells and Lilly., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
Edgeworth, Maria, 1768-1849. The white pigeon. / By Miss Edgeworth. Boston: : Published by Wells and Lilly., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
Edinburgh review. Extract from the Edinburgh review, of Alison's Sermons, chiefly on particular occasions. Hartford: : Sheldon & Goodwin--printers., 1815. Connecticut 1815
Episcopal Church. The book of common prayer, and administration of the sacraments, and other rites and ceremonies of the church, according to the use of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America: : together with the psalter, or Psalms of David. New-York: : Printed and sold by T. and J. Swords, no. 160 Pearl-Street., 1815. New York (State) 1815
  Federal economy, or Thirteen hundred thousand dollars squandered!!!! : Electors of the county of Bristol, As you are about to pay the annual tribute of freemen at the altars of the Constitution, permit the voice of sincerity and truth to call your attention to the weighty subjects that ought, on this occasion, to influence your conduct. ... [Boston? : s.n., 1815] Massachusetts 1815
Federal Party (Mass.). Central Committee for the County of Worcester. Worcester, March 13, 1815. : Gentlemen, In congratulating you upon the return of peace ... we should most fervently rejoice, could we announce, that the government, and its partizans, were also humbled to a pacifick temper towards those, to whose persevering patriotism the country is indebted for the remnant of prosperity and honour, which has been preserved from destruction. ... [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1815] Massachusetts 1815
Female Bible Society of Philadelphia. The first report of the Female Bible Society of Philadelphia. : Read before the Society, March 22, 1815. :  With an appendix, and a list of subscribers and benefactors. Philadelphia: : Printed by order of the Society. William Fry, printer., 1815. Pennsylvania 1815
Episcopal Church. A form of prayer to be used on days appointed by the civil authority to be observed as days of humiliation, fasting and prayer. : To which are added additional hymns, set forth in General Convention, 1808. Cambridge [Mass.], : Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
Great Britain. Treaty of peace : Treaty of peace and amity between His Britannic Majesty and the United States of America. [New Hampshire : s.n., 1815] New Hampshire 1815
Hanson, Samuel. A monstrous serpent. : Discovered and killed in January last (1815.) near the banks of the Ohio, in Kentucky, by three American prisoners. : Extract of a letter from one of the soldiers above mentioned to his brother in Philadelphia, dated Louisville, (Ken.) Feb. 13. 1815. [Boston] : Printed by N. Coverly, Jun. Milk-Street. Boston., [1815] Massachusetts 1815
Jenkins, J. Description of the tornado, September 23, 1815. / Dedicated to the inhabitants of Providence, by their friend, J. Jenkins, who was an eye witness of the awful scene. [Providence? : s.n., 1815] Rhode Island 1815
Jenkins, John, 1755?-1823. A new and useful improvement, offered to the publick, : for constructing fire places & chimnies, with horizontal funnels, on a plan, which will save fuel, insure warm rooms, and preserve health, at a small expense. / By J. Jenkins, author of The art of writing, reduced to a system. Warren, (R.I.) : Printed by S. Randall, for the author,, M,DCCC,XV. [1815] Rhode Island 1815
Massachusetts State Prison. Abstract of the number of convicts in the Massachusetts State Prison, : the manner of employing them, and the receipts and expenses of the institution, during the year ending September 30, 1815. [Charlestown, Mass. : Printed by Samuel Etheridge, Jr., 1815?] Massachusetts 1815
Newman, William, 1773-1835. To the afflicted. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
Observer. To "A member of the Synod of Kentucky." : Sir. A two-penny sheet, lately published in Lexington, of which you are the author, in answer to the pamphlet, Case of M'Calla against Blythe, is the subject of this address. ... [Lexington, Ky.? : s.n., 1815] Kentucky 1815
Olmsted, Gideon, 1749-1845. Olmsted's case. : To the honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the General Assembly of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. : The memorial of Gideon Olmsted, of the city of Philadelphia, most respectfully sheweth. [Harrisburgh, Pa.] : John Wyeth, printer, Harrisburgh--, February, 1815. Pennsylvania 1815
  Particulars of the late horrid murder, of the most accomplished but unfortunate Miss Maria Pattan, : who was barbarously murdered in Fayette (Geo.) the 25th July last (by a rival suitor) the day previous to the one on which she was to have been married! : [Two lines of quotation] Boston-- : Printed by H. Trumbull, and for sale by him by the gross, dozen or single., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
Plummer, Jonathan, 1761-1819. The bad cold, or influenza; the gale wind; loss of the Wasp, Portsmouth, &c. [Newburyport, Mass.?] : Printed for the author, and sold by him., [1815] Massachusetts 1815
Rust, William, -1827. The swearer's prayer, or His oath explained. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
  A Short history of a stump meeting. [Kingston, N.Y. : s.n., 1815 or 1816] New York (State) 1815
  Tigers. : The ladies and gentlemen of [blank] and its vicinity, are informed that two royal Brazilian tigers ... taken by the U.S. frigate Constitution, out of the ship Susannah, will be exhibited at [blank] [Boston? : s.n., 1815?] Massachusetts 1815
Ali Baba (Folk tale) The story of Ali Baba and the forty thieves. Oxford [N.Y.]: : Printed and sold by C. Morgan and A.D. Pier., 1815. New York (State) 1815
Beecher, Lyman, 1775-1863. On the importance of assisting young men of piety and talents in obtaining an education for the Gospel ministry. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
  How to make the most of a day. [Andover]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
  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., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
Berquin, M. (Arnaud), 1747-1791. The looking-glass for the mind; or, Intellectual mirror. : Being an elegant collection of the most delightful little stories, and interesting tales. / Chiefly translated from that much admired work L'ami des enfans. ; With elegant engravings on wood, by Anderson. New-York: : Published by Evert Duyckinck, no. 102 Pearl-Street. G. Long, printer., 1815. New York (State) 1815
Associate Synod of North America. Extracts from the minutes of the acts and proceedings of the Associate Synod of North America, at their meeting held at Canonsburgh, on the twenty-fourth May, 1815; and continued by adjournment. Carlisle [Pa.]: : Printed by A. Loudon,, 1815. Pennsylvania 1815
Auxiliary New-York Bible Society. The second annual report of the Auxiliary New-York Bible Society: : submitted at the anniversary meeting, held at the City Hotel, on Monday, November 20, 1815. New-York: : Printed for the Society, by Abraham Paul, corner of Water-Street and Burling-Slip., 1815. New York (State) 1815
Brown University. Catalogus præsidum et sociorum, : cum professoribus, tutoribus, et omnibus, qui, in Universitate Brunensi, Providentiæ, in Republica Insulæ Rhodiensis, alicujus gradus laurea exornati fuerunt. Providence, : Printed by H. Mann & Co., 1815. Rhode Island 1815
Burder, George, 1752-1832. A closet companion, or A help to self-examination. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
Cappe, Newcome, 1733-1800. A commentary on the sixth chapter of John. : Christ's discourse to the people, who, having eaten of the loaves, followed him the day after. : Published by the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, Piety, and Charity. Boston, : Printed at no. 4 Cornhill, by Munroe and Francis,, 1815. Massachusetts 1815
English, Clara. The affecting history of the children in the wood. / By Clara English. Hartford: : Printed by Charles Hosmer., 1815. Connecticut 1815
English, Clara. The history of the children in the wood. : An affecting tale. New-York: : Printed and sold by J.C. Totten, no. 9 Bowery., 1815. New York (State) 1815
Dean, Paul, 1783-1860. Elements of the Christian religion, contained in the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments, : in a catechism; designed for the instruction of children of the First Universalian Church and Society in Boston. / By Paul Dean, Junior Pastor of said church and society. ; [One line of Scripture text] Boston: : Rowe and Hooper, printers., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
Charleston Baptist Association (S.C.) Minutes of the Charleston Baptist Association. : Held at the Calvary Church, in Sumter District, S.C. from Saturday the 4th of November, 1815 till Wednesday the 8th. [Charleston, S.C. : s.n., 1815] South Carolina 1815
Walker, John, 1732-1807. The American standard of orthography & pronunciation: : being Walkers New critical pronouncing dictionary, and expositor of the English language, : with a correct abstract of his principles of pronunciation. / Abridged for the use of schools, by Burgiss Allison, D.D. [Burlington, N.J.] : Lexicon Press, Burlington N.J., 1815. New Jersey 1815
Baker, J. [My Tippoo] [New York? : John Scoles?, ca. 1815] New York (State) 1815
Connecticut Medical Society. At a convention of the fellows of the Medical Society of the state of Connecticut, holden at New-Haven, October 18th, 1815 ... [New Haven : s.n., 1815] Connecticut 1815
Dorry, Henry. Directions for medicine chests, : put up agreeable to an act of Congress. / By Henry Dorry, at his drug and medicinal store, Market-Space, Fell's-Point, Baltimore. [Baltimore] : Printed by Benjamin Edes, corner of South and Market Streets., 1815. Maryland 1815
American Antiquarian Society. Order of performances, at the third anniversary celebration of the American Antiquarian Society, on Monday, October 23, 1815. [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1815] Massachusetts 1815
Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839. Carey's general atlas, improved and enlarged: : being a collection of maps of the world and quarters, their principal empires, kingdoms, &c. Containing ... Philadelphia: : Published by M. Carey, no. 121, Chesnut Street., 1815. Pennsylvania 1815
Ballou, Silas, 1753-1837. A new song, on the causes--beginning--events--end and consequences of the war with Great Britain. / Composed by Silas Ballou, Richmond, New-Hampshire. ; (Tune--"The girl I left behind me.") [United States : s.n., 1815] United States 1815
Moravian Church. Die täglichen Loosungen und Lehrtexte der Brüdergemeine, für das Jahr 1816. Philadelphia: : gedruckt bey Conrad Zentler, in der Zweytenstrasse, unterhalb der Rehs-Strasse., 1815. Pennsylvania 1815
Armstrong, Samuel Turell, 1784-1850. Scott's family Bible, first Boston edition. : Samuel T. Armstrong, no. 50, Cornhill, Boston, proposes to republish Dr. Scott's family Bible, in six volumes octavo. ... [Boston : s.n., 1815] Massachusetts 1815
Massachusetts Peace Society. Constitution of the Massachusetts Peace Society. [Boston : s.n., 1815?] Massachusetts 1815
Female marine. The adventures of Louisa Baker, a native of Massachusetts, : whose life and character are peculiarly distinguished.--Having in early life been shamefully seduced by a pretended suitor, and with her virginity having lost all hopes of regaining her former state of respectability, became a voluntary victim to vice, and joined a society of bawds, and for three years lived as a common prostitute on Negro Hill (so termed)--But at length becoming weary of the society of the sisterhood ... she dressed like a male, and under a fictious name, in 1813 entered as a marine on board an American frigate, where she performed the duties of her department with punctual exactness, fidelity and honor, without any discovery being made of her sex while on board, from which she was honourably discharged in 1815, when she resumed her former dress, and like a true penitent has since returned to her parents, from whom she has been nearly six years absent. New-York [i.e., Boston]-- : Printed by Luther Wales [i.e., Nathaniel Coverly, Jr.], (with the priviledge of copy-right.), [1815] Massachusetts 1815
Bible. Psalms. English. Church of Scotland. 1815. The Psalms of David, in metre. : According to the version used in the Church of Scotland. Salem, N.Y. : Printed by J.P. Reynolds, and sold at his book-store, wholesale and retail., 1815. New York (State) 1815
Worcester, Noah, 1758-1837. A solemn review of the custom of war; : showing that war is the effect of popular delusion, and proposing a remedy. : [Four lines from Vespasian] Hartford: : Re-printed by Peter B. Gleason & Co., 1815. Connecticut 1815
Fuller, Andrew, 1754-1815. The backslider: or, An enquiry into the nature, symptoms, and effects of religious declension, with the means of recovery.  / By A. Fuller. ; [Six lines from Solomon] Georgetown, Ky. : Printed and sold by Henderson and Kendall., 1815. Kentucky 1815
Burkitt, William, 1650-1703. A guide and help to Christian families. : Containing doctrinal instructions for the right informing of the judgment, practical directions for the general course of life, and particular advice for the well managing of every day. : With reference to natural actions, civil employments, necessary recreations, and religious duties. : To which are added, forms of prayer for families and single persons. / By William Burkitt, M.A. of Pembroke-Hall in Cambridge, England, late vicar of Dedham, in Essex. Concord [N.H.]: : Published by George Hough. Sold wholesale and retail at the Concord Bookstore., 1815. New Hampshire 1815
Friend to innocent mirth. The whim wham: or, Evening amusement, : being an entire new set of riddles, charades, questions, and transpositions. / By a friend to innocent mirth. Hartford: : Printed by Charles Hosmer., 1815. Connecticut 1815
Fénelon, François de Salignac de La Mothe-, 1651-1715. The adventures of Telemachus, son of Ulysses. : In two volumes. / Translated from the French of M. François Salignac de la Mothe-Fenelon, Archbishop of Cambray. By John Hawkesworth, LL. D. ; Vol. I[-II]. Philadelphia: : Published by M. Carey, Johnson and Warner, Emmor Kimber, Bennett and Walton, Isaac Peirce, B.C. Buzby, and Abraham Small. 1815. Lydia R. Bailey, printer., 1815. Pennsylvania 1815
Fénelon, François de Salignac de La Mothe-, 1651-1715. The adventures of Telemachus, son of Ulysses. : In two volumes. / Translated from the French of M. François Salignac de la Mothe-Fenelon, archbishop of Cambray. ; By John Hawkesworth, LL.D. ; Vol. I. Philadelphia: : Published by Isaac Peirce, Abraham Small, B.C. Buzby, Bennett and Walton, Johnson and Warner, Emmor Kimber, and M. Carey. 1815. Lydia R. Bailey, printer., [1815] Pennsylvania 1815
Cummings, J. A. (Jacob Abbot), 1772-1820. An introduction to ancient and modern geography, : on the plan of Goldsmith and Guy, : comprising rules for projecting maps; : with an atlas. / By J.A. Cummings. Boston: : Published and sold by Cummings and Hilliard, no 1, Cornhill. ; Cambridge [Mass.]: : Hilliard & Metcalf., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
Tatham, William, 1752-1819. Schedule of vouchers, tending to prove that William Tatham has served the U. States near forty years, zealously, chiefly at his own expence, without being hitherto compensated; : that he has been thereby ruined, and rendered an object of envy, hatred and oppression of party combinations, through the zeal he has displayed in exemplary public services; and that he ought to be equitably and honorably remunerated, for a life-time employed so advantageously to the community, and affording to the government an unparalleled mass of information & economical resources[.] [Washington, D.C.? : s.n.], December, 1815. District of Columbia 1815
Williams College. The laws of Williams College. Stockbridge [Mass.]: : Printed at the Herald Office. M. Van Yorx. Printer., 1815. Massachusetts 1815
Amory, Francis, 1766-1845. Catalogue of rare and valuable books, part of them belonging to Rev. Edward Everett, : to be sold at the store of Francis Amory, no. 41, Marlborough Street, on Tuesday, 4th of April, sale to commence at nine o'clock. [Boston : s.n., 1815] Massachusetts 1815
Amory, Francis, 1766-1845. Catalogue of classical, agricultural & miscellaneous books, English, French, and Latin, to be sold without reserve, on Thursday, June 1st, 1815, at Francis Amory's auction store, 41 Marlboro'-Street. : Sale to commence at 9, a.m. [Boston : s.n., 1815] Massachusetts 1815
Amory, Francis, 1766-1845. Catalogue of a collection of valuable and scarce books, being part of the library of the late Elbridge Gerry, Esq. : to be sold for the benefit of the widow and minor children of the deceased, at the store of Francis Amory, no. 41, Marlborough-Street, on Tuesday morning, 18th April, commencing at nine o'clock. [Boston : s.n., 1815] Massachusetts 1815
Carter, Richard, 1786- Valuable vegetable medical prescriptions, for the cure of all nervous and putrid disorders. : [Three lines of quotation] / By Doctor Richard Carter. Frankfort, (Ken.) : Gerard & Berry--printers to the Commonwealth.. 1815. Kentucky 1815
American Society for Educating Pious Youth for the Gospel Ministry. Constitution of the American Society for Educating Pious Youth for the Gospel Ministry. [Boston : s.n., 1815] Massachusetts 1815
  A new map of the seat of war. [cartographic material] / S. Lewis del. J. Bower sc. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1815] Pennsylvania 1815
  Map of the seat of war in North America. [cartographic material] / J. Melish del. H.S. Tanner sc. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1815] Pennsylvania 1815
  Plan of the Battle of Waterloo. [cartographic material] [United States? : s.n., after 1815] United States 1815
Allen, William, 1770-1843. Thoughts on the importance of religion. [New Bedford, Mass.] : London: Printed and sold by W. Phillips, 1808. New-Bedford: Re-printed for Abraham Shearman, Jun. and sold at his book-store., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
Atherton, Charles H. (Charles Humphrey), 1773-1853. Speech of Mr. Atherton, in favor of a repeal of the direct tax. [Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1816] District of Columbia 1816
Bacon, John, 1780 or 1781-1854. Medicine chests carefully prepared by John Bacon, druggist and apothecary, no. 13, Court-Street, Boston. : Suitable for all climates, with directions for preserving the health of seamen, and for the treatment of diseases to which they are liable. [Boston : s.n., between 1816 and 1826] Massachusetts 1816
Beers, Andrew, 1749-1824. Almanac for the year of our Lord, 1817 ... : Calculated for the horizon and meridian of Albany--north lat. 42 deg. 45 min. from the English Observatory 73 deg. and 8 minutes west. / By Andrew Beers, philom. ; Containing, as usual, a great variety of new, useful and entertaining pieces,[.] Middlebury, Vt. : Published by Samuel Swift,--at his theological, classical & law book-store. T.C. Strong, printer., [1816] Vermont 1816
Berridge, John, 1716-1793. Cheerful piety; or Religion without gloom. : Exemplified in select letters, written on the most interesting truths of Christianity. / By the late Rev. John Berridge, A.M. ; With original anecdotes of his life and death. Brooklyn: : Printed by A. Spooner. For H. Fero., 1816. New York (State) 1816
Bible. English. Authorized. 1816. The Holy Bible, : containing the Old and New Testaments, / translated from the original tongues; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Philadelphia: : Printed by W.W. Woodward, no. 52, South Second, corner of Chesnut-Street., 1816. Pennsylvania 1816
Bible. New Testament. English. Authorized. 1816. The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, / translated out of the original Greek: and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Newburyport [Mass.]; : Published by William B. Allen & Co. and for sale by them at their store. No. 13, Cornhill., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
Bible Society in the County of Middlesex, Massachusetts. Cambridge, 1 August, 1816. : To [blank] and their associates; the committee of "The Bible Society in the County of Middlesex," appointed to superintend the collection of subscriptions and the distributing of Bibles, in the town of [blank] : Gentlemen, At the quarterly meeting of the board of directors of our society, holden yeaterday, a committee was chosen to prepare and transmit to each town in this county, a circular letter, and a blank form, for the annual return. ... [Cambridge, Mass. : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Bible Society of Saratoga County. The first report of the Saratoga County Bible Society, : read before the Society July 10th, 1816. : To which is prefixed, the names of the officers, the constitution, a list of the departments formed in the county, with the number of their members, and the resolution of the Society, declaring themselves auxiliary to the American Bible Society. Lansingburgh [N.Y.]: : Printed by Tracy & Bliss., 1816. New York (State) 1816
Boodey, Joseph, 1773-1867. Speech of Joseph Boody, Esq. of New-Durham, in the House of Representatives, on the discussion of the bill respecting ministerial taxation. [Concord, N.H. : s.n., 1816] New Hampshire 1816
Boston (Mass.). Board of Health (1799-1822) Abstract of the bill of mortality, for the town of Boston, : from Dec. 31, 1814, to Jan. 1, 1816:--agreeably to the record kept at the Health-Office. [Boston : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Boston Society for the Moral and Religious Instruction of the Poor. Boston, [blank] Sir, The establishment of Sunday schools, by securing a more serious and attentive observance of the Lord's Day ... : having proved, by experience, productive of great good to the rising generation ... we beg leave, on behalf of "The Boston Society for the Moral and Religious Instruction of the Poor," respectfully to invite your attention and active exertions for the purpose of establishing one or more of these schools in [blank] and also the neighbouring towns. ... [Boston : s.n., 1816?] Massachusetts 1816
Boston Society for the Moral and Religious Instruction of the Poor. Rules and regulations of Sunday schools, adopted by the Society for the Moral and Religious Instruction of the Poor. [Boston : s.n., between 1816 and 1819] Massachusetts 1816
Bowen, Daniel, 1760-1856. Address, to D. Bowen's benevolent patrons and friends. : Ladies and gentlemen ... The Phenix Museum, has arisen, from the ashes of the Columbian Museum, my original establishment, which has, with its valuable contents, been twice destroyed, by fire. ... [Boston : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Brookfield Agricultural Society. The committee appointed by the Brookfield Agricultural Society, to propose subjects for experiments, and to offer premiums to encourage such experiments, ask leave to report as follows, viz. [Brookfield, Mass. : Printed by E. Merriam & Co., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Brown University. Catalogue of the officers and students of Brown University....Providence, October, 1816. [Providence] : Miller & Hutchens, printers., [1816] Rhode Island 1816
Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824. English bards and Scotch reviewers; : a satire. / By Lord Byron. ; [Two lines of verse] [New York] : Printed for Kirk and Mercein, New York., [between 1816 and 1820] New York (State) 1816
Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824. Napoleon's farewell. [United States? : s.n., not before 1816] United States 1816
Cambridge (Mass.) Town of Cambridge. State of the town treasury, May 1, 1816. [Cambridge, Mass. : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Carll, Buckley, 1770-1849. A sermon, on the electing love of God, : preached April 21, 1816, / By the Rev. Buckley Carll, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Rahway, New-Jersey. ; [One line from Paul] Bridge-Town [N.J.]: : Printed by N.L. Coombes., 1816. New Jersey 1816
City Assembly (Albany, N.Y.) Rules of the City Assembly. [Albany : Packard & Van Benthuysen, between 1816 and 1824] New York (State) 1816
Clopton, John Bacon, 1789 or 1790-1860. To the freeholders of the Congressional district composed of the counties of Hanover, Henrico, New-Kent, Charles City and the city of Richmond. : Having offered myself to your consideration as a candidate to supply the vacancy occasioned in the representation of your district by the death of my lamented father, I deem it necessary to make a public avowal of my principles ... [Richmond : s.n., 1816] Virginia 1816
Collins, John, 1742-1808. The downhill of life, : together with The wounded hussar. [Boston] : Printed for N. Coverly, no. 16, Milk-Street, Boston., [between 1816 and 1824?] Massachusetts 1816
Conner, Samuel Shepard, 1786?-1819. Washington City, April 22, 1816. : Dear Sir, It is customary, in the southern and western sections of the Union, for members of Congress to correspond with their constituents, by circular letters: I think the practice correct, and republican; and I shall introduce it, in a brief manner, on this occasion. ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1816] District of Columbia 1816
Cooper, William. Thanksgiving anthem. / Cooper. [Boston] : Sold by James Loring, no. 2, Cornhill., [between 1816 and 1823] Massachusetts 1816
Cunningham, J. W. (John William), 1780-1861. The history of a Bible. : Describing its happy influence on the members of different families into whose libraries it gained admission. Boston: : Printed for the New-England Tract Society, by Nathaniel Willis., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
Dartmouth College. Catalogus præsidum senatus academici, professorum, tutorum, et omnium qui in Collegio Dartmuthensi, Leuphanæ, in Neo Hantonia, alicujus gradus laurea exornati fuerunt. Leuphanæ [i.e., Hanover, N.H.]: : Typis Caroli Spear., MDCCCXVI. [1816] New Hampshire 1816
Edgeworth, Maria, 1768-1849. The false key. / By Miss Edgeworth. Boston : Published by Wells and Lilly. Price 12 1-2 cents., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
Federal Party (Mass.). Central Committee. Gentlemen, You being appointed a county committee, for the county of [blank] : we beg leave to impress upon you our conviction of the expediency of immediate arrangements to secure the success of the Federal ticket ... [Boston : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Federal Party (Mass.). Central Committee for the County of Worcester. Gentlemen, The season of our political labours is again at hand. : ... We cannot indulge a belief, that any honourable man can doubt which of the two candidates for governour ought to receive his support. ... [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Federal Party (N.Y.) Federal nomination. : At a numerous and respectable meeting of the Federal electors of the county of Dutchess ... the 6th day of April, 1816 ... for the purpose of nominating candidates to represent this county in the Assembly of this state. ... [Poughkeepsie, N.Y.? : s.n., 1816] New York (State) 1816
Foster, John Welch, 1789-1852. John W. Foster, bookseller and stationer, no. 2, Market-Street, Portsmouth, N.H.--has constantly for sale on reasonable terms, wholesale and retail an extensive and valuable assortment of books ... [Portsmouth, N.H.] : Printed by S. Whidden., [between 1816 and 1821] New Hampshire 1816
Freemasons. Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania. Grand Lodge of the most ancient and honourable fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons of Pennsylvania, and masonic jurisdiction thereunto belonging, according to the old institutions. : At a grand quarterly communication, held at their new hall in the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the 2d December, anno Domini 1816, anno Lucis 5816, in ample form, the Grand Lodge proceeded to the election of grand officers for the ensuing year ... [Philadelphia] : T.S. Manning, printer, Shakspeare Buildings, Philadelphia., [1816] Pennsylvania 1816
Frost, Joseph, 1756 or 1757-1827. Garden seeds, raised at Harvard, Massachusetts, & sold by [blank] among which are the following ... [Harvard, Mass. : s.n., 1816?] Massachusetts 1816
Haswell, Anthony, 1756-1816. Masonry universal. / By the late Anthony Haswell, Esq. [Bennington, Vt. : s.n., 1816] Vermont 1816
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., 1816. New York (State) 1816
Louisiana. An act to take the most effective measures in order to prevent the transportation or carrying away of slaves out of this state, against the will of their owners, and for other purposes. : Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the state of Louisiana ... [New Orleans : s.n., 1816] Louisiana 1816
Michigan. Some of the acts of the Territory of Michigan, : with the titles and a digest of all the acts of the said territory; now in force. : March 20th, 1816. Detroit. : Printed by Theophilus Mettez., MDCCCXVI. [1816] Michigan 1816
New-York Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, and Protecting Such of Them as Have Been, or May Be Liberated. To the people of the state of New-York. : The New-York Manumission Society, after the lapse of nearly thirty years from its organization, hopes that it does not mistake the spirit of the times, nor over-rate the philanthropy of the citizens of this state, in venturing to make an appeal to the public, on the great question of emancipating slaves. ... [New York : s.n., 1816] New York (State) 1816
Phillis. Dreadful riot on Negro Hill! : "O! read wid tention de melancoly tale, and e send you yelling to you bed!" : A copy of an intercepted letter from Phillis to her sister in the country, describing the late riot on Negro-Hill. : Bosson, Augur 32, 18016 [i.e., 1816]. Dear Sisser, I hab sad tidings to enform you--O! a few night since I taught my lass day surely come--a great number de white truckerman got angre ... and threten to demolesh all de brack peeple housen! ... [Boston : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Plummer, Jonathan, 1761-1819. Small pox! And sudden deaths. : A funeral hymn and a funeral sermon on the deaths of many, / by J. Plummer, viz. ... [Newburyport, Mass.?] : Printed for the author, and sold by him., [1816] Massachusetts 1816
  The Retreat of the English from New-Orleans. : (A Yankee song.) Windsor, (Vt.) : Printed [by Jesse Cochran?] for the flying book-sellers, Jan. 1, 1815 [i.e., 1816]. Vermont 1816
Scott, J. (John), -1832. War inconsistent with the doctrine and example of Jesus Christ. : In a letter to a friend. : Recommended to the perusal of the professors of Christianity. : [Five lines of Scripture texts] / By I. [i.e., J.] Scott. Dayton [Ohio]: : Printed by James Lodge, at the Office of the Ohio Republican., 1816. Ohio 1816
  Theatre. : On Monday evening, May 27, 1816, will be presented ... the melo drama, in 3 acts, of Accusation; or The family of D'Anglade. ... To which will be added, the farce of The Irish widow. ... [New York : s.n., 1816] New York (State) 1816
  Theatre. : Mrs. Johnson's benefit. On Monday evening, Dec. 16, 1816, when will be presented, the comedy of The wonder or A woman keeps a secret. ... To which will be added ... the new farce of What's next written by T. Dibdin, Esq. ... [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 repository, no. 8, South Front Street. William Bradford--agent., [between 1816 and 1820] Pennsylvania 1816
Citizen of the United States. The life of Napoleon Bonaparte; : late Emperor of the French, &c, &c, &c. from his birth, until his departure to the Island of St. Helena. / By a citizen of the United States. Warren [Ohio]: : Published by James White., 1816. Ohio 1816
American Bible Society. American Bible Society. The establishment of "the American Bible Society" will form a new and interesting era in the annals of our country ... [Boston : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Prudential Committee. Second quarterly circular of the Prudential Committee of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. : To all foreign mission societies, other benevolent associations, &c. Beloved friends and helpers ... [Boston : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Horwood, Miss. The deserted boy; or, Cruel parents. : A tale of truth. : Calculated to promote benevolence in children. / Written by Miss Horwood. Philadelphia: : Published and sold by Wm. Charles, no. 32 South Third-street., 1816. Pennsylvania 1816
Bennett, James, 1774-1862. Religion of the closet. / By James Bennett. ; [Four lines from Matthew] Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
Armstrong, Samuel Turell, 1784-1850. Review of Scott's Family Bible, a work which is now publishing in six royal octavo volumes, by Samuel T. Armstrong, no. 50, Cornhill, Boston. [Boston : Printed by Samuel T. Armstrong, between 1816 and 1818] Massachusetts 1816
Campbell, John, 1766-1840. The danger of delay. : [Two lines from 2 Corinthians] Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
Flavel, John, 1630?-1691. The Christian indeed. / By the late Rev. J. Flavel. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
Bates, Joshua, 1776-1854. A brief account of the happy death of Mary Ann Clap, : daughter of Mr. Jesse and Mrs. Betsey Clap, who died July 15, 1816, in the eleventh year of her age; exhibiting an example of meekness and submission; furnishing the clearest evidence of early piety; and imparting the sweetest consolation to pious friends. / By Joshua Bates, A.M. pastor of the First Church in Dedham. ; [Two lines from Matthew] Boston: : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr. Milk-Street., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
Kentucky. General Assembly. Memorial of the legislature of the state of Kentucky relative to compensation to be made for horses lost in the service of the United Statbs [sic]. : January 9, 1816. Ordered to lie on the table. Washington [D.C.]: : Printed by William A. Davis., 1816. District of Columbia 1816
Baldwin, Thomas, 1753-1825. A catechism; or, Compendium of Christian doctrine and practice. / By Thomas Baldwin, D.D. ; [Two lines from Psalms] Boston: : Printed by Lincoln & Edmands, sold at their bookstore, no. 53, Cornhill, and by James Loring, no. 2 Cornhill., 1816. 6 cts. single--60 cts. a dozen--4,50 a hundred. Massachusetts 1816
Cameron, Mrs. (Lucy Lyttelton), 1781-1858. The two lambs, : an allegorical history. / By the author of Margaret Whyte &c. Burlington, N.J. : Printed and sold, by David Allinson., 1816. New Jersey 1816
Campbell, John, 1766-1840. Voyages and travels of a Bible. / By J. Campbell, author of Worlds displayed, Picture of human life, Alfred and Galba; &c. ; [Three lines from Paul] Windsor [Vt.]: : Printed and published by Pomroy & Hedge., 1816. Vermont 1816
Charleston Baptist Association (S.C.) Minutes of the Charleston Baptist Association. : Convened at the Cheraw Hill Church, Marlborough District, South-Carolina, on Saturday the 2d November, 1816. [Charleston, S.C. : s.n., 1816] South Carolina 1816
Edgeworth, Maria, 1768-1849. The White pigeon. / By Miss Edgeworth. Boston: : Published by Wells and Lilly. Price 12 1-2 cents., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
Ely, John, 1758-1847. The child's instructor : consisting of easy lessons for children; on subjects which are familiar to them, in language adapted to their capacities. / By a teacher of little children in Philadelphia. ; [One line of Scripture text] ; (Copy-right secured according to act of Congress.[)] New-York: : Published by Evert Duyckinck, no. 102 Pearl-Street., 1816. New York (State) 1816
Biglow, William, 1773-1844. Sawney, redivivus et restauratus; or, Miscellaneous verses. [No. 2] / By William Biglow. ; [Three lines from Swift] [Boston? : s.n., 1816?] Massachusetts 1816
Blake & Cunningham. Scarce and valuable books. : Catalogue of a large and valuable collection of French books, just imported from Europe. : Comprising  plays, novels, memoirs, voyages, travels, history, biography, geography, natural history, arts, sciences, belles-lettres, &c. and translations of the Greek and Latin classics, and of many English standard works. : Also, a few scarce editions of ancient classics, and other curious books. Many of the above are ornamented with superb plates, and the whole forms one of the best collections of foreign literature ever offered for sale in this town. : To be sold at auction, on Wednesday, Sept. 4, 1816, at Blake & Cunninghams's office, no. 5, Kilby-Street. Sale to commence at 9 o'clock. [Boston : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Dickinson, Pliny, 1777-1834. A sermon, preached at Concord, before His Excellency the Governor, the honorable Council, the honorable Senate, and House of Representatives, of the state of New-Hampshire, June 6, 1816. : Being the anniversary election. / By Pliny Dickinson, pastor of the church in Walpole. Concord [N.H.]: : Printed by Isaac Hill, for the state., 1816 New Hampshire 1816
Shakers. In Senate, Feb. 19, 1816. : The memorial of the society of people of New-Lebanon, in the county of Columbia, and Watervliet, in the county of Albany, commonly called Shakers. : To the respectable Legislature of the state of New-York. [Albany : s.n., 1816] New York (State) 1816
Brown University. Reverendo Alexandro V. Griswold, S.T.D. Universitatis Brownensis, quæ Providentiæ est, cancellario; : Reverendo Asæ Messer, S.T.D. LL.D. præsidi. [Providence: : s.n., 1816] Rhode Island 1816
American Antiquarian Society. American Antiquarian Society. Order of performances at the fourth anniversary of the American Antiquarian Society, at the Stone Chapel, on Wednesday, October 23, 18165. [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Coffin, R. S. (Robert Stevenson), 1797-1827. A concise narrative of the barbarous treatment experienced by American prisoners, in England and W. Indies, interspersed with anecdotes, remarks, &c. / By R. Stevenson Coffin. Late a prisoner five months in the island of Barbadoes, and four in Plymouth, (Eng.) ; [One line of quotation] Hanover [N.H.]: : Printed by David Watson., 1816. New Hampshire 1816
Porter, Ebenezer, 1772-1834. The fatal effects of ardent spirits. : A sermon, / by Ebenezer Porter, late Pastor of the First Church in Washington, Connecticut, and now professor of sacred rhetoric in the theological seminary in Andover, Massachusetts. [Concord, Mass.] : Joseph T. Peters, printer, Concord, Mass., [between 1816 and 1820] Massachusetts 1816
Bible Society of Nassau-Hall. Proceedings of the Bible Society of Nassau-Hall, at their semi-annual meetings March 30th and August 3d, 1816. Philadelphia: : Printed for the society by William Fry., 1816. Pennsylvania 1816
Bible. New Testament. English. Authorized. 1816. The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, / translated out of the original Greek; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Philadelphia: : Printed by W.W. Woodward, no. 52, South Second, corner of Chesnut-Street., 1816. Pennsylvania 1816
Brewer, George, 1766- The Siamese tales: : being a collection of stories told to the son of the Mandarin Sam-Sib, for the purpose of engaging his mind in the love of truth and virtue. : With an historical account of the Kingdom of Siam. : To which are added the principal maxims of the talapoins. / Trasnlated [sic] from the Siamese. ; [Two lines of quotation] New York : Printed and published by the compiler, in the year 1816. New York (State) 1816
Harlem Female Missionary Society. Constitution of the Haerlem Female Missionary Society, organized August 20th, 1816. Haerlem, island of New-York. New-York: : Printed by J. Seymour, 49 John-Street., 1816. New York (State) 1816
  Tracts on the Unitarian controversy published in 1815--viz. : American Unitarianism.  ... : To which is added, the layman's Inquiry into the right to change the ecclesiastical constitution of the state of Massachusetts. Boston: : Sold by Wells and Lilly, no. 97 Court-Street., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
Dobson, Thomas, 1751-1823. Philadelphia, July, 1816. Proposal by Thomas Dobson, at the Stone House, no. 41, South Second Street, for publishing by subscription a supplement to the Encyclopoedia. [Philadelphia : Thomas Dobson, 1816] Pennsylvania 1816
Lyford, W. G. (William Gilman), 1784-1852. Mercantile exchange tables, and pocket book companion: : designed for the use of every man in business. : The money tables extend from one cent to one thousand dollars, currency of the United States, and are equated with the currencies of Great Britain, Ireland, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Russia, Canada, &c. and the West and East Indies. : Together with various other tables; particularly of the weights and measures of the foregoing places. : To which is annexed, the new tariff of duties; with the tonnage duty; allowance for draft; tares; leakage and breakage; terms of credit; drawbacks; and the restrictions on importations, pursuant to the laws of the United States. : [One line in Latin] / By W.G. Lyford. New-York: : Published by Prior & Dunning, and sold, wholesale and retail, at their book, chart, and stationary store, no. 111, Water-Street. J. Seymour, printer., 1816. New York (State) 1816
Edinburgh review. Indexes. General index to the Edinburgh review, from its commencement in October 1802, to the end of the twentieth volume , published in November 1812. [New York] : Edinburgh printed. New-York: Reprinted for Thos. Kirk, and  Thos. R. Mercein, at the Office of the Edinburgh and Quarterly Reviews, no. 19 Wall-Street, between the Manhattan and Union banks. Sold by Wm. Wells, Boston; E.F. Backus, Albany; A. New York (State) 1816
Female marine. An affecting narrative of Louisa Baker, a native of Massachusetts, : who, in early life having been shamefully seduced, deserted her parents, and enlisted, in disguise, on board an American frigate, as a marine, where, in two or three engagements, she displayed the most heroic fortitude, and was honorably discharged therefrom, a few months since, without a discovery of her sex being made. [New York] : Boston:--Printed by Nathaniel Coverly. New York: Re-printed by John Low, no. 62 Vesey-Street, and sold by him wholesale and retail. 1816. Price 12 1/2 cents single--One dollar per dozen., [1816] New York (State) 1816
Female marine. The female marine, or Adventures of Miss Lucy Brewer, a native of Plymouth County, Massachusetts. : To which is added her serious address to the youths of Boston, and such as are in the habit of visiting the town from the country. Hartwick [N.Y.]: : From the press of L. & B. Todd., [1816?] New York (State) 1816
Blair, Hugh, 1718-1800. Select sermons. / By Hugh Blair, D.D. F.R.S. and professor of rhetoric. Baltimore: : Published by Zebulon Harmon., 1816. Maryland 1816
Republican farmer in the country. A country farmers' memorial. : An address to people of all classes on the times. / By a Republican farmer in the country. [New Hampshire] : Printed for the author., [1816] New Hampshire 1816
Delaplaine, Joseph, 1777-1824. Delaplaine's repository of the lives and portraits of distinguished Americans. Philadelphia: : Printed by William Brown, no. 28 Church Alley for the proprietor, Joseph Delaplaine., 1816. Pennsylvania 1816
Moore, Thomas, 1779-1852. Irish melodies, : songs and sacred songs. / By Thomas Moore, Esq. Philadelphia: : Published by Moses Thomas. J. Maxwell, printer., 1816. Pennsylvania 1816
Buchanan, Claudius, 1766-1815. Christian researches in Asia: : with notices on the translation of the Scriptures into the oriental languages. : With an appendix, containing an account of 200,000 Christians discovered in the sequestered region of Hindostan.  / By the Rev. Claudius Buchanan, D.D. late vice-provost of the College of Fort-William, in Bengal. ; To which is prefixed, a biographical sketch of the author. Warren [Ohio]: : Published by James White & Co., 1816. Ohio 1816
Dell, William, -1664. The works of William Dell, minister of the Gospel and master of Gonvil and Caius College, in Cambridge. Philadelphia: : Published by Joseph Sparpless [i.e., Sharpless], no. 30, Arch Street., 1816. Pennsylvania 1816
  The Wonderful history of an enchanted castle, : kept by Giant Grumbo, the most humane and tender-hearted giant in the known world. : Ornamented with engravings. Albany: : Printed by E. & E. Hosford., 1816. New York (State) 1816
Philadelphia Society for the Establishment and Support of Charity Schools. Annual report of the board of managers of the Philadelphia Society for the Establishment and Support of Charity Schools; : with the annual report of the treasurer. : Published by order of the Society. Philadelphia: : James Maxwell, printer., 1816. Pennsylvania 1816
Fire Society (Portland, Me.) Rules and orders to be observed by the Fire Society, instituted in Falmouth, (now Portland,) February 24th, 1783. / Revised by the Society, in March, 1805--also, in March, 1816. Portland [Me.]: : Printed by A. & J. Shirley,, 1816. Maine 1816
Crocker, Hannah Mather, 1752-1829. The school of reform, or Seaman's safe pilot to the Cape of Good Hope. / By the seaman's friend. ; [Three lines of quotation] Boston: : Printed by John Eliot., 1816. Massachusetts 1816
Smith, Eunice, of Ashfield. Practical language interpreted; : in a dialogue between a believer and an unbeliever. : In two parts. Representing a believer under the influence of grace, speaking Canaan's language. : Part I. Represents an unbeliever under the influence of a carnal mind, refusing to accept the invitations of the Gospel. Part II. Briefly shewing some of the language of a sinner under conviction, until he finds Christ and becomes a believer. / By Eunice Smith. New-Ipswich, N.H. : Printed by Salmon Wilder., August 1816. New Hampshire 1816
Lewis, Samuel, 1753 or 1754-1822. A new and correct map of the United States of North America; [cartographic material] : exhibiting the counties, towns, roads, &c. in each state. / Carefully compiled from surveys and the most authentic documents, by Samuel Lewis. ; W. & S. Harrison sculpt. Philadelphia : Published by Emmor Kimber, 1816. Pennsylvania 1816
  A Chart of the streights of Bell Isle. [cartographic material] [Boston : Andrew J. Allen, 1816] Massachusetts 1816
Bar of the County of Bristol (Mass.) Fees of the Bristol Bar. [Taunton, Mass.? : s.n., 1817?] Massachusetts 1817
African Society (Boston, Mass.) Grand celebration! of the abolition of the slave trade. [Boston : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
Allegheny College (Meadville, Pa.) Collegium Alleghaniense. : Catalogus senatus academici et eorum, qui munera et officia academica gerunt, quique aliquovis gradu exornati fuerunt, unacum forma admittendi alumnos in Collegium Alleghaniense. ... [Meadville, Pa. : s.n., 1817] Pennsylvania 1817
Allen, William, 1784-1868. To the public. : In order to prevent or to correct erroneous impressions upon the public mind, the subscriber deems it necessary to make a statement of the principal circumstances relating to the riotous proceedings, which occurred the last evening in the college building, so called, belonging to the university. ... [Hanover, N.H. : s.n., 1817] New Hampshire 1817
American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Library. Books missing from the printed Catalogue of the library of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, May, 1817. [Boston : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
Andover Theological Seminary. Catalogue of the professors and students of the theological seminary, Andover. : January, 1817. [Andover, Mass.] : Printed by Flagg and Gould.....Andover, Mass., [1817] Massachusetts 1817
Aury, Luis. Communication from the commander in chief, to the honorable Assembly of Representatives. Fernandina [Fla.] : [Printed by R. Findley], 12 of December 1817. Florida 1817
Bache, Benjamin Franklin, active 19th century. To the free and independent electors of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1817] Pennsylvania 1817
Bangs, Edward D. (Edward Dillingham), 1790-1838. Ode, for the anniversary of American independence, July 4th, 1817. : (Tune--Hail Columbia, happy land!) [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
Bible. English. Authorized. 1817. The Holy Bible: : containing the Old & New Testaments: / translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. With marginal notes and references. ; Together with the Apocrypha. ; To which are added, an index: an alphabetical table of all the names in the Old and New Testaments, with their significations; and, what has never before been added, an account of the lives and martyrdom of the apostles and evangelists. ; With plates. [Brattleboro, Vt.] : J. Holbrook's stereotype copy. Eighth edition. Brattleborough, (Vt.), 1817. Vermont 1817
Bible Society of the District of Columbia. Second report, of the managers of the Bible Society of the District of Columbia; : auxiliary to the American Bible Society. Alexandria [D.C.]: : Printed by B.L. Bogan., 1817. Virginia 1817
Bradford Academy. Catalogue of the officers and students of Bradford Academy, November, 1817. [Haverhill, Mass. : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
Brookfield Agricultural Society. The committee appointed by the Brookfield Agricultural Society, at their meeting in October last, to take into consideration the propriety of offering any premiums in future for the encouragement of experiments in agriculture, ask leave to report, viz. [Brookfield, Mass. : Printed by E. Merriam & Co., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
Brown University. Catalogue of the officers and students of Brown University, Providence, November, 1817. [Providence] : Hugh H. Brown, printer, Providence., [1817] Rhode Island 1817
Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839. Philadelphia, January 7th, 1817. : Sir, The encouragement with which the proposals for the eighth edition of the Olive branch have been honoured, is sufficient to warrant the publication. I therefore intend to put it to press on or about the 1st of February next, and to publish it early in April. [Philadelphia : Published by Mathew Carey, 1817] Pennsylvania 1817
Cheshire Agricultural Society. An act establishing the Cheshire Agricultural Society. Together with the regulations and by-laws of the Society, and a list of the officers for the present year. : Published by order of the Society. Windsor [Vt.]: : Printed by Jesse Cochran,, 1817. Vermont 1817
Church, John Hubbard, 1772-1840. New-Hampshire, March, 1817. : Reverend and dear sir, The New-Hampshire General Association, in the year 1812, took into consideration the importance of making some provision for the relief of the indigent widows and children of deceased ministers. ... [Concord, N.H.? : s.n., 1817] New Hampshire 1817
Cobbett, William, 1763-1835. The pride of Britannia humbled; or, The queen of the ocean unqueened, by "the American cock boats," and "the fir built things, with bits of striped bunting at thier [sic] mast heads." (as the Rt. Hon. Mr. Canning, in the British Parliament, called our frigates.) : Illustrated and demonstrated by letters addressed to Lord Liverpool, on the late American war. / By William Cobbett, Esq. ; To which is added, a glimpse of the American victories on land, on the lakes, and on the ocean. With a persuasive to political moderation, most respectfully addressed to the persons composing the two great parties in the United States. Cincinnati: : Published by John R. Fletcher, William Pounsford, and Williams and Mason. Williams and Mason, printers., 1817. Ohio 1817
Collier, William, 1771-1843. Miniature arithmetic, : comprising the five fundamental rules, tables, &c. for the use of schools. Charlestown [Mass.]: : Published at the Middlesex Bookstore. C. Crocker, printer., 1817. Massachusetts 1817
Columbia College (New York, N.Y.). Philolexian Society. Fifteenth anniversary of the Philo-lexian Society. : College-Hall, Friday evening, May 16th, 1817. [New York] : Forbes & Co. printers, corner of Vesey & Greenwich-streets., [1817] New York (State) 1817
Combe, William, 1742-1823. The tour of Doctor Syntax, in search of the picturesque. Philadelphia : Published and sold by Wm. Charles, no. 32 South Third Street., [1817?] Pennsylvania 1817
Cummings and Hilliard. Catalogue of valuable books, for sale by Cummings & Hilliard, no. 1, Cornhill, Boston. [Boston : Cummings & Hilliard, 1817] Massachusetts 1817
Cuyler, Cornelius C., 1783-1850. The question answered, Whose children are entitled to baptism? : A sermon, preached before the General Synod of the Reformed Dutch Church, in the Dutch Church, in Garden-Street, New-York, on the evening of the 6th June, 1816. / By Cornelius C. Cuyler, A.M. Pastor of the Reformed Dutch Church at Poughkeepsie. ; Published by request. Raleigh [N.C.]: : Printed by Joseph Gales,, 1817. North Carolina 1817
Dartmouth College. Catalogue of the officers and students of Dartmouth College, Hanover, October, 1817. [Hanover, N.H.] : David Watson, Jun. printer, Hanover., [1817] New Hampshire 1817
Dartmouth College. United Fraternity. To the graduated and honorary members of the "United Fraternity, Dartmouth College." : The acting members of the United Fraternity deem it a duty ... to make a full and accurate statement of facts relative to a late removal of their library, and of the causes, which led to it. ... [Hanover, N.H. : s.n., 1817] New Hampshire 1817
Dartmouth University. Catalogue of the officers and students of Dartmouth University, Hanover, : October, 1817. [Hanover, N.H. : Printed by David Watson, 1817] New Hampshire 1817
Dorcas Society (Cincinnati, Ohio) The constitution of "The Dorcas Society" of Cincinnati. / Published by order of the Society. Cincinnati: : Morgan, Palmer and Co. printers., 1817. Ohio 1817
Dudley, William, 1793-1863. The beautiful and full blood stud horse, Highlander, : will stand for the use of mares, at Capt. Lovell's Tavern in Worcester, on Wednesday the 18th, and Thursday, the 19th, of June ... [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1817?] Massachusetts 1817
Elliot, Jonathan, 1784-1846. A new daily & thrice a week paper at the seat of government. : The people of the United States are respectfully informed, that, in October next, there will be issued, at the city of Washington, a daily and thrice a week newspaper, entitled the City of Washington gazette. ... [Washington, D.C. : Published by Jonathan Elliot, 1817] District of Columbia 1817
Fairbank, Drury, 1772-1853. The mourner comforted. : A sermon, delivered at Plymouth, New-Hampshire, February 2, 1817, it being the Sabbath immediately succeeding the death of the author's wife. : To which is subjoined, a sketch of the life of Mrs. Lucretia Fairbank. / By Drury Fairbank, pastor of the church in Plymouth. Concord [N.H.]: : Printed by George Hough., 1817. New Hampshire 1817
Federal Party (Mass.). Central Committee for the County of Worcester. Gentlemen, The season for renewing our state government is again at hand. ... [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
Florida. General Assembly (1817-1818). Committee Appointed to Frame the Plan of Provisional Government for the Republic of Floridas. Report of the Committee Appointed to Frame the Plan of Provisional Government for the Republic of Floridas. : P. Gual, chairman, V. Pazos. M. Murden. : [Four lines in Latin from Cicero] Fernandina [Fla.] : [Printed by R. Findley], December 9th. of 1817, first year of the independence of Floridas. Florida 1817
Franklin Bible Society (Franklin County, Mass.) Franklin County Bible Society. : Address to the public. [Greenfield, Mass. : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
Fraser, Donald, 1755?-1820. Proposals, for publishing, by subscription, an original work, entitled "The biographical compendium, and patriot's mirror." / By Donald Fraser, author of "The history of nations," "Bulwark of truth," &c. ; [Four lines from Samuel Johnson] [New York : s.n., between 1817 and 1820] New York (State) 1817
Freemasons. Franklin Lodge, No. 14 (Troy, Ohio) By-laws of Franklin Lodge, No. 14. : Adopted, Dec. 17, A.D. 1817, A.L. 5817. / By Brother F.A. Curtis, Esq. [Dayton, Ohio] : Printed by R.J. Skinner, Dayton, O., [1817] Ohio 1817
Freemasons. Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania. Grand Lodge of the most ancient and honourable fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons of Pennsylvania and masonic jurisdiction thereunto belonging, according to the old institutions. : At a grand quarterly communication, held at their new hall in the city of Philadelphia, on Monday the 1st December, anno Domini 1817, anno Lucis 5817, in ample form. The Grand Lodge proceeded to the election of grand officers for the ensuing year ... [Philadelphia] : T.S. Manning, printer, 13 South Sixth Street, Philadelphia., [1817] Pennsylvania 1817
Charles Gilfert and Company (Charleston, S.C.) Chas. Gilfert & Co.'s monthly publication of rondos, airs with variations, waltzes and songs, for the piano forte. ... No. 1 [-6] Charleston [S.C.] : Printed & sold by Chas. Gilfert & Co. ... [ca. 1817] South Carolina 1817
Marine Bible Society of New-York. An address to seamen. [New York : s.n. 1817?] New York (State) 1817
Mason, Armistead Thompson, 1787-1819. To the people. : Fellow citizens; It was once a high crime, in this county, for a Republican to solicit your suffrages ... I have, for some time past, intended to explain the true meaning and effect of the amendments, which I proposed to a militia bill, in the Senate of the United States during the session before the last, and which have been much misunderstood and more misrepresented. ... [Leesburg, Va. : Printed by S.B.T. Caldwell, 1817] Virginia 1817
Orphan Asylum Society (New York, N.Y.) The annual report and account current of the Orphan Asylum Society, of New-York, for April, 1817. : With a list of donations, new subscribers, &c. New-York: : Printed by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 261, Pearl-Street., 1817. New York (State) 1817
Paltock, Robert, 1697-1767. The life and adventures of Peter Wilkins; : containing an account of his visit to the flying islanders, taken from his own mouth, in his passage to England, from off Cape Horn, in America, in the ship Hector. / By R.S. a passenger in the Hector. Boston: : T. Bedlington & Son., 1817. Massachusetts 1817
Davis, Henry Phillips Stonehewer, -1817. Declaration and dying speech of Henry Phillips : taken from his own mouth at the Boston goal a short time previous to the day of his execution. [Boston : s.n., 1817] Massachusetts 1817
Badger, Joseph, 1757-1846. A sermon, delivered at Pittsford, (county of Ontario,) the 14th of March, 1817, at the interment of Mrs. Abigail Stiles, : wife of Mr. Jonathan Stiles, who departed this life 12th of March, inst. aged 23 years; / by Joseph Badger, "minister of the New-Testament," ; [One line from Isaiah.] : Published by request of mourners and friends. Rochester [N.Y.]: : Printed by Dauby and Sheldon, for Badger and Cady,, 1817. New York (State) 1817
Bingham, Thomas, approximately 1730-approximately 1797. The sufficiency of the Holy Scriptures, : in the memoir of William Churchman, a poor cripple, who never read any book but the Bible. / By Thomas Bingham, Minister of the Gospel at Whitechurch, and author of the Triumph of truth in the testimony of its foes. ; [Five lines of Scripture texts] [Philadelphia] : Published by "The Religious Tract Society of Philadelphia," and for sale at their depository, no. 8, South Front-Street. William Bradford--agent., June--1817. Pennsylvania 1817
Bible Society of Salem & Vicinity. The sixth report of the Bible Society of Salem & Vicinity, June 11, 1817. Salem [Mass.], : Printed by Thomas C. Cushing,, 1817. Massachusetts 1817
Congregational Church in Blandford (Blandford, Mass.) The confession of faith, and the covenant, adopted by the Church of Christ in Blandford, August 10th, 1787. ; [Nine lines of Scripture texts] [Hartford] : P.B. Gleason & Co. print--Hartford., 1817. Connecticut 1817
Brown University. Catalogus Universitatis Brownensis. MDCCCXVII. [Providence] : Hugh H. Brown, printer, Providence (R.I.), [1817] Rhode Island 1817
Burder, George, 1752-1832. The closet companion; or, A help to serious persons, in the important duty of self-examination. : Intended to be kept in the Christian's usual place of retierment, in order to remind him of, as well as assist him in, the work. : [Five lines of Scripture texts] Portland [Me.]: : Printed and sold by A. & J. Shirley. Sold also by W. & H. Hyde, at their bookstores in Portland and Bath., 1817. Maine 1817
English, Clara. The affecting history of the children in the wood. : [Four lines of verse] Hallowell [Me.]: : Printed for E. Goodale and N. Cheever. Sold at their respective bookstores., 1813 [i.e., 1817]. Maine 1817
Church Missionary Society of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. Constitution of the Church Missionary Society of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, : together with Bishop Griswold's address to the Episcopalians of said state; the proceedings of the Society, and a list of the officers and members. Providence: : Printed at the Rhode-Island American Office, by William G. Goddard., 1817. Rhode Island 1817
Ely, John, 1758-1847. The child's instructor: : Consisting of easy lessons for children; on subjects which are familiar to them, in language adapted to their capacities. / By a teacher of little children in Philadelphia. ; [One line of Scripture text] New-York: : Printed by Samuel Marks, for B. Crane, book-seller and stationer, 85 Cherry-Street., 1817. New York (State) 1817
Connecticut Medical Society. At an annual convention of the fellows of the Medical Society of the state of Connecticut, holden at New-Haven, October 15th, 1817. [New Haven : s.n., 1817] Connecticut 1817
Crisp, Stephen, 1628-1692. An epistle of tender counsel and advice to all that have believed the truth, to exhort them to faithfulness thereunto. I. In taking heed of settling in a formality without the power. II. To take heed the spirit of this world doth not drink up their spirits. III. To keep their word and let their yea be always yea. IV. Not to tust too much to education. V. To love one another. / Written by one that travails for Zion's prosperity, Stephen Crisp. Concord [N.H.], : Published for Daniel Lowel [i.e., Lowell], Montpelier, Vt., Isaac Hill, printer., 1817. New Hampshire 1817
Freeman, Jonathan, 1765-1822. A baptismal catechism, / composed by Jonathan Freeman, A.M. Pastor of the United Churches of Greenwich and Bridgetown, West New Jersey. Part I. Warren [Ohio]: : Printed by F. Bissell., 1817. Ohio 1817
Corban Society. The act of incorporation, and constitution of the Corban Society, : instituted September, 1811, incorporated December 14, 1816, by females of Boston, to aid candidates for the Gospel ministry. Boston: : Printed by Munroe & Francis, no. 4, Cornhill., 1817. Massachusetts 1817
Connecticut. Governor (1817-1827 : Wolcott) Governor's speech. : Gentlemen of the Council, Mr. Speaker, and gentlemen of the House of Representatives. : The circumstances under which we are now convened to deliberate on the concerns of the state, are peculiarly auspicious. ... [Hartford : s.n., 1817] Connecticut 1817
Cranston, Robert Bennie, 1791-1873. Proceedings of a general court-martial, holden at Newport, August 1, 1817, : for the trial of Captain Robert B. Cranston, of the Newport Artillery, / as officially reported by the judge advocate. ; Copy right secured. Providence: : Printed for Jones and Wheeler, Miller & Hutchens, printers., 1817. Rhode Island 1817
Coale, Edward Johnson, 1776-1832. Prospectus. : Laws of the sea, in reference to maritime commerce, during peace and war. By Frederick J. Jacobsen, advocate. Altona, 1815. Translated by William Frick, Esq. Baltimore: : Published by E.J. Coale. J. Robinson, printer., 1817. Maryland 1817
  [Key] to the Chinese philosophical amusements. [New York] : Printed for and published by A.T. Goodrich & Co. no. 124 Broadway, opposite the City-Hotel, New-York. Copy-right secured., 1817. New York (State) 1817
L'Homond, C. F., 1727-1794. De viris illustribus urbis Romæ a Romulo ad Augustum : ad usum sextæ scholæ / auctore C.F. L'Homond, in Universitate Parisiensi professore emerito. ; Editio prima Novi-Eboraci, juxta ultimam Parisiensem stereotypam. ; To which is added, a dictionary of all the words which occur in the book, wherein the primitives of compound and derivative words are minutely traced, and the irregularities of anomalous nouns and verbs are particularly mentioned. / By James Hardie, A.M. Author of The principles of the Latin Grammar, Corderii colloquia, Selectæ e veteri with improvements, &c. New-York: : Printed and published by George Long., 1817. New York (State) 1817
Methodist Episcopal Church. Trustees of the Fund for the Relief and Support of the Itinerant, Superannuated, and Worn-out Ministers and Preachers of the Methodist Episcopal Church, in the United States of America, Their Wives and Children, Widows and Orph Address of the Trustees of the Fund for the Relief and Support of the Itinerant, Superannuated, and Worn-out Ministers and Preachers of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States of America, their Wives and Children, Widows and Orphans. : With their articles of association. Philadelphia: : Printed by Joseph Rakestraw., 1817. Pennsylvania 1817
Emerson, Joseph, 1777-1833. The evangelical primer, : containing a minor doctrinal catechism; and a minor historical catechism; : to which is added the Westminster Assembly's Shorter catechism; : with short explanatory notes, and copious Scripture proofs and illustrations; : for the use of families and schools. / By Joseph Emerson, pastor of a church in Beverly. Boston: : Printed by Samuel T. Armstrong: and sold, wholesale and retail, by him, 50 Cornhill; and may also be had of Wm. & H. Hyde, Bath; Cushing & Appleton, and Henry Whipple, Salem; John Dike, Beverly; Mark Newman, Andover; Charles Whipple, and Ewer & Massachusetts 1817
Bible. English. Authorized. 1817. The Holy Bible, : containing the Old and New Testaments: / : translated out of the original tongues; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. [Boston] : Stereotyped by B. and J. Collins, New-York. Boston: Published by West and Richardson, no. 75 Cornhill. T.W. White, printer., 1817. Massachusetts 1817
Bible. English. Authorized. 1817. The Holy Bible, : containing the Old and New Testaments: / translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. ; Stereotyped by D. & G. Bruce, New-York. Hudson [N.Y.]: : Printed and published by W.E. Norman., 1817. New York (State) 1817
Bible. New Testament. English. Authorized. 1817. The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, / translated from the original Greek, with original notes and practical observations. By Thomas Scott, Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks, and chaplain to the Lock Hospital. ; In two volumes--Vol. I[-II]. Boston: : Published by Samuel T. Armstrong, theological printer and bookseller, no. 50, Cornhill., 1817. Massachusetts 1817
Citizen of Baltimore. The return of the Jews, to their ancient city Jerusalem; : and the Second Advent of Our Lord, to this world, in glory, proved to be scripture doctrines, / by a citizen of Baltimore. Trenton: : Published by D. & E. Fenton, 1817. Justice & Cox, printers., [1817] New Jersey 1817
Female Tract Society of Newtown (Newtown, Pa.) The constitution of the Female Tract Society, of Newtown, Bucks County, Penn. : Adopted August 28, 1817. [Newtown, Pa.] : From Miner's Press,--Newtown, Simeon Siegfried, printer., September--1817. Pennsylvania 1817
Daboll, Nathan, 1750-1818. Daboll's Schoolmaster's assistant: improved and enlarged. : Being a plain practical system of arithmetic: adapted to the United States. / By Nathan Daboll. Norwich [Conn.]: : Printed by Russell Hubbard, and sold by him wholesale and retail., 1817. Connecticut 1817
House, E. G. (Eleazer G.), 1780?-1849. The militia instructer; : containing a system of company discipline, particularly adapted to the practice of a company of militia. Upon the plan of The elements of war, as adopted by the legislature, and ordered by the commander in chief to be practised by the Massachusetts Militia. / By E.G. House, Lt. Col. in the 2d. Reg. 3d. brig. 1st. div. M.M. Boston: : Printed for the author, sold at the bookstore of Munroe & Francis, no. 4, Cornhill,--price 37 1-2 cts. single, and 3 dollars per doz., 1817. Massachusetts 1817
Independent Friendly Fire Society (Boston, Mass.) Constitution of the Independent Friendly Fire Society. : Instituted in Boston 7th November, 1806. Boston: : Printed [by J. Hooper?] for the Society., 1817. Massachusetts 1817
South Carolina. Court of Chancery. Reports of cases argued and determined in the Court of Chancery of the state of South-Carolina, from the Revolution to December, 1813, inclusive. : In three volumes. / By Henry William Desaussure, senior judge of the Court of Equity, and presiding judge of the Court of Appeals in Equity in the said state. ; Volume I[-III] ; [Two lines of quotations in Latin and English] Columbia, S.C. : Printed by Cline & Hines., 1817. South Carolina 1817
Bible. Selections. English. Authorized. 1817. A compendium of the religious doctrines, religious and moral precepts, historical and descriptive beauties of the Bible; : with a separate moral selection from the Apocrypha: : being a transcript of the received text: : intended for the use of families and schools. / By Rodolphus Dickinson, Esq. author of law tracts, geographical publications, &c. Deerfield, Mass. : Published at the compiler's office. Graves & Wells, printers., 1817. Massachusetts 1817
Northern Association of Universalists (U.S.) Proceedings of the Northern Association of Universalists, one thousand eight hundred and seventeen; : with a general epistle. Windsor [Vt.]: : Printed by Jesse Cochran., [1817] Vermont 1817
Brown, John, 1722-1787. A brief concordance, to the Holy Scriptures, of the Old & New Testaments. : By which all, or most of the principal texts of Scripture may be easily found out. / By John Brown, late minister of the Gospel at Haddington, Scotland. ; Revised and corrected. [Brattleboro, Vt.] : Stereotyped by B. & J. Collins. Printed and sold by John Holbrook, Brattleborough (Vt.) and Simeon L. Loomis, Hartford (Conn.), [1817] Vermont 1817
Bible. Psalms. English. Church of Scotland. 1817. The Psalms of David, in metre: / translated and diligently compared with the original text, and former translations. More plain, smooth, and agreeable to the text, than any heretofore. ; Allowed by the authority of the Kirk of Scotland, and appointed to be sung in congregations and families. [Brattleboro, Vt.? : John Holbrook?, ca. 1817?] Vermont 1817
Bible. English. Authorized. 1817. The Holy Bible: : containing the Old & New Testaments: together with the Apocrypha. / Translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. With marginal notes and references. ; To which are added, an index: an alphabetical table of all the names in the Old and New Testaments, with their significations; and, what has never before been added, an account of the lives and martyrdom of the apostles and evangelists. [Brattleboro, Vt.] : J. Holbrook's stereotype copy. Third edition. Brattleborough, (Vt.), 1817. Vermont 1817
Connecticut. Governor (1817-1827 : Wolcott) Speech of His Excellency Governour Wolcott, delivered before both houses at the session of the General Assembly of the state of Connecticut, in May 1817. : Printed by order of the House of Representatives. [Hartford : s.n., 1817] Connecticut 1817
Eddy, Henry, 1798-1849. An oration, delivered before the Pittsburgh Quintilian Society, and a select audience, on the 22d February 1817. : Being the anniversary of the birth day of George Washington, / by Henry Eddy, member. [Pittsburgh] : Printed by Butler and Lambdin., 1817. Pennsylvania 1817
Corp, Harriet. Coelebs deceived. / By the author of "An antidote to the miseries of human life," "Cottage sketches," &c. &c. ; [Four lines from Cowper] ; Two volumes in one. Vol. I[-II]. New-York: : Printed by J. Seymour, 49 John-Street., 1817. New York (State) 1817
United States. Army. Regiment of Light Artillery, 1st (1808-1821) Mess regulations, adopted by the First Regiment of United States Light Artillery, commanded by Brig. Gen. Moses Porter. Boston: : Printed by Thomas G. Bangs., 1817. District of Columbia 1817
Armstrong, Samuel Turell, 1784-1850. Proposals by Samuel T. Armstrong, no. 50, Cornhill, Boston, for continuing by subscription a periodical work, entitled the Panoplist, and missionary magazine. [Boston : Printed by Samuel T. Armstrong, 1817] Massachusetts 1817
  The Diamond songster: containing the most approved humorous Scottish, Irish, and national songs. Baltimore: : Published by F. Lucas, Jun'r., 1817. Maryland 1817
Tuhi, John, 1800-1817. The life and confession of John Tuhi, : an Indian of the Brothertown Tribe, while under sentence of death, for the murder of his brother, Joseph Tuhi, as taken from his own mouth, in prison at Whitestown, Oneida County, state of New-York. [United States : s.n., 1817] United States 1817
Ruggles, Edward. New-Hampshire, from late survey; [cartographic material] / to the citizens of which, this map is most respectfully dedicated by their obedient servant Edward Ruggles. ; O.T. Eddy sc. [Walpole, N.H.] : Published by the author, Walpole, N.H., [1817] New Hampshire 1817
  Map and profile of the proposed canal from Lake Erie to Hudson River in the state of New York [cartographic material] / contracted by direction of the canal commissioners from the maps of the engineers in 1817. [United States : s.n., 1817] United States 1817
Longworth, David, 1765?-1821. This actual map and comparative plan showing 88 years growth of the city of New York, [cartographic material] : is inscribed to the citizens, by the proprietor David Longworth. / G.B. King sc. N.Y. 1817. ; Engraved by Jas. D. Stout. [New York] : Published by David Longworth 11 Park, 1817. New York (State) 1817
Condy, Jonathan Williams, 1770-1828. An inquiry into the nature of the laws according to which the Word of God is written. : From a periodical work, published in America. [Providence] : Printed by Miller & Hutchens, no. 1, Market-Square (up stairs) Providence., [not before 1818] Rhode Island 1818
Andover Theological Seminary. Catalogue of the professors and students of the theological seminary, Andover. : January, 1818. [Andover, Mass.] : Flagg & Gould, Andover., [1818] Massachusetts 1818
Armstrong, Samuel Turell, 1784-1850. Boston, November 30, 1818. : Dear Sir, Presuming you to be acquainted with the merits of Scott's Family Bible, and friendly to its circulation, I send you my proposals for that work, and earnestly solicit your exertions. ... [Boston : Printed by Samuel T. Armstrong, 1818] Massachusetts 1818
Armstrong, Samuel Turell, 1784-1850. Proposal by Samuel T. Armstrong, theological printer and bookseller, no. 50, Cornhill, Boston, for publishing another edition of Scott's Family Bible, in six volumes octavo. [Boston : Printed by Samuel T. Armstrong, 1818] Massachusetts 1818
Atherton, Humphrey, 1783-1849. Twenty dollars reward. : Absconded from the service of the subscriber on the evening of the second instant, an indented servant black boy, named Isaac Hays, aged about twenty years. ... [Philadelphia] : --Printed at the Office of the Union, no. 67, Dock Street, corner of Bank Alley., [1818] Pennsylvania 1818
Auxiliary New-York Bible and Common Prayer Book Society. The act of incorporation and by-laws of the Auxiliary New-York Bible and Common Prayer Book Society. New-York: : Printed by W.A. Mercein, no. 93 Gold-Street., 1818. New York (State) 1818
Barber, Eunice. Shocking murder by the savages! : Of Mr. Darius Barber's family, in Georgia, on the 26th of January last. : Savage barbarity. Copy of a letter from a gentleman in Georgia, to his correspondent in New-York. ... The particulars of the bloody transaction as related by this poor woman, is as follows ... [Boston : Printed for David Hazen, 1818] Massachusetts 1818
Barker, Henry Aston, 1774-1856. Description of the panoramic view of the city and battle of Paris, : painted by Henry Aston Barker, from drawings made on the spot, during, and the morning after the action, on three thousand and twenty four feet of canvas. : Exhibiting [blank] Admittance twenty five cents. [Boston] Russell & Gardner, printers., [1818?] Massachusetts 1818
Bartlett & Chase. Catalogue of drugs and medicines, surgeons' instruments, paints and dye-stuffs, sold by Bartlett & Chase, chemists and druggists, Boston, Massachusetts. [Boston] : Munroe & Francis, print., [between 1818 and 1820] Massachusetts 1818
Bement, C. N. (Caleb N.), 1790-1868. Mineral waters. : Two quarts of water from the following springs, (by Dr. Steel's analysis) contains the annexed ingredients. [Albany] : Packard & Van Benthuysen, printers, Albany., [between 1818 and 1822] New York (State) 1818
Bible. English. Authorized. 1818. The Holy Bible, : containing the Old and New Testaments, / translated from the original tongues; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. ; Stereotyped by B. and J. Collins. New-York: : Published by Collins and Hannay, no. 230 Pearl Street. J. & J. Harper, printers., 1818. New York (State) 1818
Bible. English. Authorized. 1818. The Holy Bible, : containing the Old and New Testaments: / translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. New-York: : Stereotyped by E. and J. White, for "the American Bible Society.", 1818[-1819]. New York (State) 1818
Bible. English. Hieroglyphic Bible. 1818. A new hieroglyphical Bible, : for the amusement and instruction of children; : being a selection of some of the most useful lessons and interesting narratives, from Genesis to the Revelations. : Embellished with nearly two hundred emblems, neatly engraved. : To which is added, a sketch of the life of our Blessed Saviour, and the Holy Apostles, &c. Hartford: : Published by Cooke and Hale, 8 rods north of the State-House 1818. Hamlen & Newton, printers., [1818] Connecticut 1818
Biddulph, Thomas Tregenna, 1763-1838. Sixteen short sermons. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
Boston (Mass.) Notification. : The male inhabitants of the town of Boston ... are hereby notified to convene at Faneuil Hall, on Thursday, the 14th day May instant ... to elect and depute one or more persons to represent them in the General Court of the commonwealth, of Massachusetts. ... [Boston : s.n., 1818] Massachusetts 1818
Boston (Mass.). Board of Health (1799-1822) Abstract of the bill of mortality for the town of Boston, : from the 31st of December, 1816, to the 1st of January, 1818--agreeably to the record kept at the Health Office. [Boston : s.n., 1818] Massachusetts 1818
Broughton, John Cam Hobhouse, Baron, 1786-1869. Historical illustrations of the fourth canto of Childe Harold: : containing dissertations on the ruins of Rome; and an Essay on Italian literature. / By John Hobhouse, Esq. of Trinity College, Cambridge, M.A. and F.R.S. New-York: : Published by Kirk & Mercein, no. 22 Wall-Street. Printed by William A. Mercein., 1818. New York (State) 1818
Brown, Francis, 1784-1820. The trustees of Dartmouth College consider it due to the publick, and especially to the members of the institution and their friends, : explicitly to make known the course they design to pursue, and their opinion relative to the state and prospects of the college. ... [Hanover, N.H. : s.n., 1818] New Hampshire 1818
Brown University. Brown University. Commencement, September 2, 1818. : Order of exercises. [Providence] : Miller & Hutchens, printers--No. 1, Market-Square, (second story.), [1818] Rhode Island 1818
Brown University. Catalogue of the officers and students of Brown University, Providence, October, 1818. [Providence] : Miller & Hutchens printers, No. 1, Market-Square, (second story,) Providence., [1818] Rhode Island 1818
Brownell, Pardon, 1788-1846. Directions. : Persons affected with any cutaneous eruption, should not be vaccinated. ... [Providence : s.n., 1818] Rhode Island 1818
C. Obituary notice of the late Mrs. Adams, : lady of President Adams. [United States : s.n., 1818] United States 1818
Christie, Robert, 1788-1856. A brief review of the political state of Lower Canada, since the conquest of the colony, to the present day. : To which are added, memoirs of the administrations of the colonial government of Lower Canada, by Sir Gordon Drummond, and Sir John Coape Sherbrooke, / by Robert Christie. New-York: : Printed and published by W.A. Mercein, no. 93 Gold-Street., 1818. New York (State) 1818
Crane, Aaron Treat, -1819. St. Louis land & general agency & commission office. : A.T. Crane, (late of Washington City,) informs his friends and the public, that he has removed to, and permanently established himself at St. Louis, (Missouri Territory,) where he has opened an office for the purchase and sale of land and of general land intelligence. ... [St. Louis : s.n., 1818] Missouri 1818
Croswell, Harry, 1778-1858. A sermon preached at the anniversary election, Hartford, May 14, 1818. / By the Rev. Harry Croswell, A.M. Rector of Trinity Church, New-Haven. Hartford : F.D. Bolles & Co.--printers., 1818. Connecticut 1818
Dana, James Freeman, 1793-1827. Observations and experiments on a new means of producing heat and light with the apparatus called the 'American water burner.' / By J.F. Dana, M.D. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1818] Massachusetts 1818
Eastman, Ebenezer. A statement of facts, relative to the petition and public hearing before the legislature, in June, 1818, for the removal of Ebenezer Eastman from the office of major in the Tenth Regiment of New-Hampshire Militia. Concord [N.H.]: : Printed by George Hough., July--1818. New Hampshire 1818
Equality. Again I say, look to your taxes. : At the time I made you a short plain statement of the operation of the taxes in this county, I expected it would somewhat nettle the English camp. ... [Bath, N.Y.? : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
Equality. Taxes, look to your taxes. : To the electors of the county of Steuben-- : It is a known and grievous fact, that the taxes in this county are higher, by 50 per cent. than in any other county in the state. ... [Bath, N.Y.? : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
Barker, Henry Aston, 1774-1856. Explanation of the view of the interior of the city of Paris, : now exhibiting in the Rotunda, N.E. corner of Park and Chamber-St. New-York. [New York] : Printed by E. Conrad, Frankfort-Street., 1818. New York (State) 1818
Finley, Robert W., 1750-1840. A short dissertation on the Trinity in unity; : addressed to the Arians & Unitarians in the state of Ohio. / By the Rev. Robert W. Finley. Chillicothe [Ohio]: : Printed for Joshua Baxter, by John Bailhache., 1818. Ohio 1818
First Baptist Church and Society (Greenfield, N.Y.) Notice. Sale of pews. : The pews in the meeting-house of the First Baptist Church and Society, in Greenfield, will be sold at vendue, to the highest bidder, on the first Monday, in February next ... [Ballston, Spa, N.Y.] : J. Comstock, printer--Spa., [1818] New York (State) 1818
Fowler, Andrew, 1760-1850. A form of morning and evening prayer. : Compiled for the use of an academy. / By Andrew Fowler, A.M. Charleston [S.C.]: : Printed by W. P. Young, no. 44. Broad Street., 1818. South Carolina 1818
Fuller, Robert, 1795?- New iron store. In Cambridge-Port. : Robert Fuller, has recommenced business at the brick store ... and offers for sale at very reduced prices, a general assortment of iron and steel ... [Cambridge, Mass. : s.n., 1818] Massachusetts 1818
  Harmonie Society. Or A sketch of the rapid improvements that the association of a number of individuals, have made in a few years, by properly connecting domestic industry with agriculture and the manufactories. : The following account of this society is taken from the "Western gazeteer [by Samuel R. Brown]," until their removal to Indiana; and continued down to 1818, by a gentleman who visited them since their removal. [United States : s.n., 1818] United States 1818
  The History of little King Pippin. : With an account of the melancholy death of four naughty boys, who were devoured by wild beasts; : and the wonderful delivery of Master Harry Harmless, by a little white horse. Hartford: : Printed for J. & W. Russell. (Stereotyped by J.F. & C. Starr), [1818?] Connecticut 1818
  The History of Prince Lee Boo. : To which is added, the life of Paul Cuffe, of Westport, in the state of Massachusetts, a man of colour. Dublin: : Printed by M. Goodwin, 29, Denmark-Street. 1818. And sold by Munroe & Francis, 4, Cornhill, Boston., [1818] Ireland 1818
Leonard, Nathan, 1786- The American star, or Revolutions of time in miniature. : Exhibiting at one view a mirror of kings, bishops and rulers: Also of the various kingdoms, states, and islands on the globe; and the most singular events, revolutions and inventions which have happened since the world began. / By N. Leonard, V.D.M. author of The ecclesiastical chart, The experimental poem, &c. [Woodstock, Vt.] : Printed by David Watson, Woodstock, Vt., [1818?] Vermont 1818
Lewis, Hannah. Narrative of the captivity and sufferings of Mrs. Harriot [i.e., Hannah] Lewis, and her three children, : who were taken prisoners by the Indians near St. Louis, on the 25th May, 1815, and among whom they experienced all the cruel treatment which savage brutality could inflict--Mrs. Lewis, and her eldest son fortunately escaped on the 3d April last leaving her two youngest children in the hands of the unmerciful barbarians. Boston-- : Printed for George Billings., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
  Moderation in food. [New York] : Published by the New-York Religious Tract Society. D. Fanshaw, printer, Sloat-Lane. Sold by P.W. Gallaudet, agent for the Society, at his theological book-store, no. 49 Fulton-Street., (May, 1818.--5000.) New York (State) 1818
Baron Munchausen's narrative of his marvellous travels. Gulliver revived; : containing singular travels, campaigns, voyages, and adventures, in Rusia [sic], Iceland, Turkey, Egypt, Gibraltar, up the Mediterranean, and on the Atlantic Ocean: ; also, an account of a voyage into the moon, with many extraordinary particulars relative to the cooking animal, in that planet, which are here called the human species, / by Baron Munchausen. New-York: : Published by Samuel Campbell and Son, no. 88 Water-Street., 1818. New York (State) 1818
  Obituary of Charles Petit, a boy who lately died at the orphan asylum, in New York. [Philadelphia] : Published by the Philadelphia Female Tract Society, and for sale at their depository, no. 20, Walnut Street., [1818] Pennsylvania 1818
Old Capias. To the farmers of the county of Steuben. : Republican nomination. For the Senate. Philetus Swift, and Nathaniel Garrow,[.] For assembly. James M'Call. : After many throes and convulsions, an address has been dished up for you to answer, as a gull trap at the ensuing election. ... [Bath, N.Y.? : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
Old revolutionary soldier. Lines composed for the 4th. of July 1818 / by an old revolutionary soldier, who well knows how to appreciate the liberties of our dear bought freedom & who served 3 years and 6 months in the Revolutionary War. [United States : s.n., 1818] United States 1818
One who beholds religious contention with regret. Poetical lamentation, : composed April, 1818; / by one who beholds religious contention with regret [four lines from Galatians and Corinthians] [United States : s.n., 1818] United States 1818
First Congregational Church (Rutland, N.Y.) Confession of faith, covenant, and catalogue of members, of the Congregational Church in Rutland, N.Y. Watertown [N.Y.]: : John H. Lord, Jr. printer., 1818. New York (State) 1818
  Theatre. : From the unbounded applause bestowed on the dramatic spectacle of The forty thieves on Friday evening, the publick is respectfully informed ... On Monday evening, Nov. 9, 1818 will be presented, the entertainment of The midnight hour. ... To which will be added ... the grand melo dramatic romance of The forty thieves. ... [New York : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
United States. Adjutant-General's Office. Adjutant and Inspector General's Office. September 11, 1818. General order. : To promote the health of the troops and to facilitate the necessary arrangements for subsisting the army, by an established department of supplies, the commanding officer of every permanent post and garrison, where the public lands will justify such measure, will annually cultivate a garden ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1818] District of Columbia 1818
Aikin, John, 1747-1822. The farm-yard journal. Cooperstown [N.Y.]: : Printed and sold wholesale and retail, by H. & E. Phinney., 1818. New York (State) 1818
Baker, J. My pony. : A poem : illustrated with engravings. Philadelphia, : Published and sold by Wm. Charles. Price plain 12 1/2 cents colourd [sic] 18 3/4 cents., 1818. Pennsylvania 1818
Andover Theological Seminary. Exercises at the annual examination of the Theological Seminary in Andover, Sept. 23, 1818. [Andover, Mass.? : Printed by Flagg and Gould?, 1818] Massachusetts 1818
Burder, George, 1752-1832. A dialogue between a traveller & yourself. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
Doddridge, Philip, 1702-1751. Family worship. : (Extracted from a letter, / by the late P. Doddridge, D.D.) Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
Barbauld, Mrs. (Anna Letitia), 1743-1825. Lessons for children. In four parts. Part IV. : For children from three to four years old. Boston: : Published by Wells and Lilly., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
Blhear, Rev. Mr. The life of faith, : exemplified and recommended, in a letter found in the study of the Rev. Mr. Blhear, late of Doddingham, Newingham; being an answer to this question, How to live in this world, so as to live in heaven? [United States : s.n., ca. 1818?] United States 1818
Buzby, Benjamin C., -1822. Buzby's Philadelphia primer. Philadelphia: : Published by Benjamin C. Buzby, no. 28, North Third Street., 1818. Pennsylvania 1818
Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842. Elements of religion and morality, in the form of a catechism. : Designed for the use of younger children of the New South Society, and Society in Federal Street. Boston: : Printed by John Eliot, no. 5 Court Street., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
Chessman, Daniel, 1787-1839. A compendium of English grammar; comprising all that is necessary to be committed to memory by students; / abridged from Lindley's Murray's excellent treatise by Daniel Chessman, A.M. Warren [R.I.]: : Printed by S. Randall., 1818. (Copy-right, secured.) Rhode Island 1818
Chase, Philander, 1775-1852. A sermon, preached at the commencement of the year 1814, to the young people of Christ-Church, Hartford, (Conn.) / By the Rev. Philander Chase. ; Re-printed for the Female Tract Society of Worthington and It's [sic] Vicinity, by consent of the author. Columbus [Ohio]: : E. Griswold, Jun. printer., 1818. Ohio 1818
Coleman, Eliphalet B. (Eliphalet Beecher), -1856. The Sunday school catechism. : Containing questions on the historical part of the New Testament. Designed to assist children in gaining an intimate acquaintance with the life, character, doctrines and precepts of Christ, and the acts of his Apostles. / By Eliphalet B. Coleman, A.M. Pastor of a church in Hamden. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts] ; In three numbers. (No. II.) New-Haven: : Printed at the Office of the Religious Intelligencer., 1818. Connecticut 1818
Bigelow, Lewis, 1785-1838. A digest of the cases argued and determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, from Sept. 1804, to Nov. 1815, as contained in the twelve first volumes of the Reports. / By Lewis Bigelow, counsellor at law. ; [Two lines of Latin verse] Cambridge [Mass.], : University Press--Hilliard and Metcalf., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
Edgeworth, Maria, 1768-1849. The parent's assistant; or, Stories for children. : In two volumes. / By Maria Edgeworth, author of Practical education, and Letters for literary ladies. ; Volume I[-II]. Boston: : Published by Wells and Lilly., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
Croswell, Harry, 1778-1858. A sermon preached at the anniversary election, Hartford, May 14th, 1818. / By the Rev. Harry Croswell, A.M. Rector of Trinity Church, New-Haven. New-Haven: : John Babcock & Son--printers., 1818. Connecticut 1818
Goody Two-Shoes. The history of Goody Two-Shoes. : To which is added, The rhyming alphabet, or, Tom Thumb's delight. : Embellished with cuts. Hartford: : Printed for J. & W. Russell. (Stereotyped by J.F. & C. Starr), [1818?] Connecticut 1818
Anderson, James. In the Court for the Trial of Impeachments, and the Correction of Errors. : Between James Anderson, plaintiff in error, and James Jackson on the demise of Medcef Eden, defendant in error. : Copy of record. New-York: : Printed by William Grattan & Co. corner of Nassau and Spruce streets., 1818. New York (State) 1818
New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. In Assembly, Feb. 2, 1818. : An act, to repeal so much of the second section of the act, entitled an "Act to suppress duelling" as requires the members of the Senate and Assembly elect, to take the oath or affimation [sic] therein mentioned. [Albany : s.n., 1818] New York (State) 1818
Connecticut. Governor (1817-1827 : Wolcott) Speech of his Excellency Governour Wolcott, delivered before both houses at the session of the General Assembly of the state of Connecticut, in May, 1818. : Printed by order of the House of Representatives. [Hartford : s.n., 1818] Connecticut 1818
Hoare, G. R. (George Richard) The young traveller: Or, Adventures of Etienne in search of his father. A tale for youth. / By G.R. Hoare, author of Modern Europe in miniature. ; [Four lines from Economy of human life] Albany: : Printed by Websters and Skinners, at their bookstore, corner of State and Pearl-Streets., 1818. New York (State) 1818
Beaufoy, Samuel, 1749 or 1750-1823. A guide for true pilgrims, and touchstone for deceived souls: or, A treatise on the nature and effects of faith. / By S. Beaufoy, minister of the Gospel. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts] ; From the ninth London edition. Philadelphia: : Published and sold by D. Hogan, no. 249, Market Street., 1818. Pennsylvania 1818
Emerson, Joseph, 1777-1833. Minor catechism, extracted from The evangelical primer. / By Joseph Emerson, pastor of a church in Beverly. Providence: : Printed by Miller & Hutchens, no. 1, Market-Square, (second story.), [1818?] Rhode Island 1818
Bible. New Testament. English. Authorized. 1818. The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, / translated from the original tongues; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. ; Stereotyped by B. and J. Collins. Boston: : Published by R. P. & C. Williams, no. 2 Cornhill Square, opposite the south-west corner of the old state house., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
Chalmers, Thomas, 1780-1847. A sermon, delivered in the Tron Church, Glasgow, on Wednesday, Nov. 19th, 1817, : the day of the funeral of Her Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte of Wales. / By the Rev. Thomas Chalmers, D.D. Minister of the Tron Church, Glasgow. New-York: : Published by Kirk and Mercein, no. 22 Wall-Street. William A. Mercein, printer., 1818. New York (State) 1818
Masi, Vincent. The cotillion party's assistant; and ladies musical companion. : Containing six new sets of cotillions, and six contra-dances in a new style; with the original music. : For the violin German flute and adapted to the piano forte. : For the use of the ladies. / Designed and collected by Vincent Masi professor of dancing. Boston : [s.n., 1818] Copy right secured. Massachusetts 1818
Bible. English. Authorized. 1818. The Holy Bible: : containing the Old & New Testaments: / translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. With marginal notes and references. ; Together with the Apocrypha. ; To which are added, an index: an alphabetical table of all the names in the Old and New Testaments, with their significations; and, what has never before been added, an account of the lives and martyrdom of the apostles and evangelists. [Brattleboro, Vt.] : J. Holbrook's stereotype copy. Brattleborough, (Vt.), 1818. Vermont 1818
Lady. Questions and answers on the historical parts of the New Testament. : Intended for the use of the Sunday schools in the city of Philadelphia. / By a Lady. Philadelphia: : Published at Bradford's Bookstore, no. 8, South-Front Street., 1818. Pennsylvania 1818
Somerville, Elizabeth, 1774- Maria, or The ever-blooming flower. : (A tale for young ladies.) : Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] : Sidney's Press. New-Haven,, 1818. Connecticut 1818
Bowditch, Nathaniel, 1773-1838. Mathematical papers : from the fourth volume of the Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. / By Nathaniel Bowditch, LL.D. member of the American Philosophical Society held at Philadelphia, of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and of the Philosophical and Literary Society of New-York. Cambridge [Mass.]: : Printed at the University Press, by Hilliard and Metcalf., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
  Simple ballads for children. : Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] : Sidney's Press. New-Haven,, 1818. Connecticut 1818
  The Variety, in prose and verse, : for little children. 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
  [World atlas] [Poughkeepsie, N.Y. : Paraclete Potter, 1818] New York (State) 1818
Cordier, Mathurin, 1479-1564. Corderii Colloquiorum centuria selecta or, A select century of the Colloquies of Corderius: : with an English translation, as literal as possible: : designed for the use of beginners in the Latin tongue. / By John Clarke, late master of the Public Grammar-School in Hull. Philadelphia: : Printed for Benjamin Warner, 147, High Street. Lydia R. Bailey, printer., 1818. Pennsylvania 1818
Gates, Theophilus R. (Theophilus Ransom), 1787-1846. The life and writings of Theophilus R. Gates. : Containing his trials, experiences, exercises of mind, and first travels. Truth advocated, or, Explanations on parts of the Revelation and other prophecies. A sincere inquiry concerning the good, acceptable, and perfect will of God. Observations on the signs of the times; intended as a supplement to Truth advocated. Remarks on the goodness and severity of God. A view of the last dispensation of light that will be in the world, &c. : Annexed is The dream, first printed in the Philadelphia True American. A history of two Jews, in their pursuit after the truth. An account of the people of the Catacombs. Concluding remarks in application to the whole. : [Two lines from Isaiah] Philadelphia: : Printed by David Dickinson, for the author., 1818. New York (State) 1818
Episcopal Church. Diocese of Ohio. Convention (1818 : Columbus, Ohio) Journals of the convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the state of Ohio, held in Columbus, January 5, A.D. 1818. : With the constitution, by them then and there adopted. Columbus [Ohio]: : Printed by Ezra Griswold, Jun., 1818. Ohio 1818
  The New Testament of our lord and saviour Jesus Christ, : translated out of the original Greek; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Hartford, : Published by John Russell, Jr., 1818. Connecticut 1818
  Address of the carriers of "The Statesman." [Pittsburgh : s.n., 1818] Pennsylvania 1818
  Oratorio, for the benefit of the Orphan Asylum, performed in Christ Church, Norfolk, on Tuesday evening, 19th May, 1818. : Order of performance. [Norfolk, Va. : s.n., 1818] Virginia 1818
Cummings, J. A. (Jacob Abbot), 1772-1820. School atlas to Cummings' Ancient & modern geography. [Boston: : Published by Cummings and Hilliard, at the Boston Bookstore, no. 1, Cornhill., 1818?] Massachusetts 1818
Beazley, Samuel, 1786-1851. Jealous on all sides; or The landlord in jeopardy! : A comic opera--in two acts. : First performed at the Theatre Royal, English Opera, in August, 1818. / By S. Beazley, Jun. Esq. Author of the "Boarding house," "Is he jealous?" &c. &c. ; The music composed by Mr. Jolly. Philadelphia: : Re-printed for I. Riley, no. 10, Decatur Street. By T. Town., 1818. Pennsylvania 1818
  A Plain statement of facts. : Accompanied by a few brief remarks on the subject of the iron manufactories in the United States. Respectfully submitted to the consideration of Congress. [United States : s.n., 1818?] United States 1818
  Poetical tribute to the memory of Miss Eliza Hamblet, daughter of Mr. Benjamin & Mrs. Polly Hamblet, of Pelham, N.H. : She departed this life on the 21st day of July, 1818. Had she lived to the 28th day, she would have been eighteen years of age. Her death was much lamented by all who knew her. : [Two lines from Young] [Pelham, N.H.? : s.n., 1818] New Hampshire 1818
Dartmouth College. Catalogue of the officers and students of Dartmouth College, Hanover, October, 1818. [Hanover, N.H.] : C. Spear, printer--Hanover., [1818] New Hampshire 1818
Episcopal Church. The catechism of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the United States of America: : Together with a larger catechism on the character of God--condition of man--moral obligation--Day of Judgement--Heaven--Christian church--ministry--Christian baptism--confirmation--Lord's Supper--public worship--feasts and fasts of the church--and the evidences of Christianity. : To which are added, offices of devotion for Sunday schools. Providence: : Printed by Miller & Hutchens, no. 1, Market-Square, (2d story.), 1818. Rhode Island 1818
Episcopal Church. The catechism of the Protestant Episcopal Church: : to which are annexed questions and answers on the following subjects: 1. The Christian covenant. 2. The Christian creed. 3. The Christian duty. 4. The Christian prayer. 5. The Christian sacraments. : With an appendix on confirmation, and the order and government of the Christian church. / Principally selected from explanations of the church catechism; by the Rev. Basil Woodd, and the Bristol Tract Society. Providence: : Printed by Miller & Hutchens, no. 1, Market-Square, (second story.), 1818. Rhode Island 1818
  Observations on the subject of internal navigation. : Addressed to the members of the legislature of Pennsylvania. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1818] Pennsylvania 1818
  The Spelling book; or, Introduction to reading: / compiled at the request of the London Sunday School Union. For the use of Sunday Schools in general. Part the second. New-York: : Published by P.W. Gallaudet, at this Theological Book Store, and depository of the New-York Sunday School Union Society, and New-York Religious Tract Society, no. 49 Fulton-Street, near Pearl-St. J. Seymour, printer., 1818. New York (State) 1818
  The Aeolian harp, or Songster's cabinet; : being a selection of the most popular songs and recitations; patriotic, sentimental, humorous, &c. : In two volumes. Vol. I[-II]. [New York] : Stereotyped and published by Charles Starr, New-York., 1818. New York (State) 1818
  The Works of Aristotle, the famous philosopher. : In four parts. Containing I. His complete masterpiece; displaying the secrets of nature in the generation of man. To which is added, the family physician; being approved remedies for the several distempers incident to the human body. II. His experienced midwife; absolutely necessary for surgeons, midwives, nurses and child bearing women. III. His book of problems, containing various questions and answers, relative to the state of man's body. IV. His last legacy; unfolding the secrets of nature respecting the generation of man. New England: : Printed for the proprietor., February--1818. United States 1818
  Hymns for infant minds. / By the author of original poems, Rhymes for the nursery, &c. ; [One line of quotation] Pittsfield [Mass.]: : Printed by Phinehas Allen., 1818. Massachusetts 1818
Barstow, John. Medicine chests, carefully prepared / By John Barstow, Druggist, Hallowell, Maine. [Hallowell, Me.?] : Printed for the publisher., 1818. Maine 1818
  Verses composed on the four unhappy pirates, whose trial came on in the Circuit Court of the United States on Monday last, for the murder of Thomas Baynard, supercargo of the schooner Plattsburg, of Baltimore, in July 1816, on the high seas, in a voyage from Baltimore to Smyrna. : At one o'clock, the jury returned a verdict that Williams, Rog, and Peterson, were guilty, and that White was not guilty. Dec. 30. Sentence of death was passed on the unhappy criminals. They are to be executed on the 21st of Jan. 1819, between the hours of 12 and 3. [Boston] : Sold by N, Coverly, no. 16, Milk-Street--Boston., [1818] Massachusetts 1818
  The Tomb-stone, to the memorial of Ezekiel Reed, formerly of the town of Woburn, Mass. : who has been absent for the term of more than thirty-two years, in an unaccountable, remarkable, singular and surprizing manner. : This performance, is respectfully presented to his friends, acquaintance, and to the public. [Massachusetts? : s.n.], February, 1818. Massachusetts 1818
Scipio see-'em-all. The Squantum celebration; : an offset to the account of the Bobolition proceedings of the African Society. A letter from Scipio see-'em-all, to Cato catch-'em-up. [Boston] : Printed at Squantam, by particular desire., [1818] Massachusetts 1818
  Plan of Boston. [cartographic material] [Boston : s.n., after 1818] Massachusetts 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
  A Map of the Caracas. [cartographic material] / Warnicke sc. [Philadelphia : M. Carey and Sons, 1818] Pennsylvania 1818
  Remarks on children's play. : [Four lines of verse by Watts] New-York: : Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 261, Pearl-Street; and Samuel S. Wood & Co. No. 212, Market-St. Baltimore., [not before 1819] New York (State) 1819
Abell, Truman, 1779-1853. A new and improved interest table; : at six per cent. per annum, for any term of time from one day to six years, and for any sum from five cents to a thousand dollars; in dollars, cents and mills. / (By Truman Abell.) Windsor, Vt. : --Printed and published for the author. By Ide & Aldrich., [1819] Vermont 1819
  An Account of Elizabeth Radden; a Sunday school child; and also of her brother Daniel, who died a few days after. [Baltimore] : Published by the "Religious Tract Society of Baltimore," and for sale at their depository, no. 6, North Howard-Street, by Cushing & Jewett, agents. May also be had at the store of John E. Jackson, 244, Baltimore-Street., [1819] Maryland 1819
  Address of a minister to his parishioners, on prayer. [New York] : Published by the New-York Religious Tract Society, and sold by P.W. Gallaudet, agent for the Society, at his theological book-store, no. 59 Fulton-Street. June, 1819.--2500) (J. Seymour, printer., [1819] New York (State) 1819
  Address of the carrier of the Patriot and chronicle, on the commencement of the year 1820. [Boston : Printed by Ballard & Wright, 1819] Massachusetts 1819
  Address to the patrons of the Liberty Hall and Cincinnati gazette, by the carrier; on the commencement of the year 1820. [Cincinnati : Printed by Morgan, Lodge and Co., 1819] Ohio 1819
  An Address to those who have the care of children. : Also, the Universal rule of equity. Philadelphia: : To be had of Benjamin & Thomas Kite, no. 20, North Third Street: and for sale by Solomon W. Conrad, no. 87, Kimber & Sharpless, no. 93, and John Richardson, no. 244, Market Street., 1819. Pennsylvania 1819
Agricultural Association of the Counties of Dutchess and Columbia. Encouragement to farmers, their wives, daughters and others. : Agricultural Association of the Counties of Dutchess and Columbia. The Farmers' Club of Dutchess and Columbia offer the following premiums for the year 1819. [Hudson or Poughkeepsie, N.Y. : s.n., 1819] New York (State) 1819
  The American ladies pocket book. 1820. [Philadelphia] : Published by A. Small, Phila., 1820 [i.e. 18l9?]. Pennsylvania 1819
American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Colour of the United States. The second annual report of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Color of the United States. With an appendix. Washington [D.C.]: : Printed by Davis and Force, Pennsylvania Avenue., 1819. District of Columbia 1819
  Anniversary. Grammar school, Granville. August 26, 1819. : Order of exercises. [Hartford] : G. Goodwin & Sons....print....Hartford., [1819] Connecticut 1819
  April 20, 1819. : The undersigned beg leave to make known to the charitable publick the embarrassed and necessitous condition to which, by an act of divine providence, they are at present reduced ... On the morning of the 9th instant ... the Village Factory in Dudley [Mass.] ... was discovered to be on fire, and with all its valuable contents of stock and machinery, was soon reduced to ashes. ... [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1819] Massachusetts 1819
  At a meeting of the citizens of Hartford and its vicinity, held at the State House, on Friday the 3d day of Dec. 1819, pursuant to public notice, for the purpose of taking into consideration the subject of permitting slavery in such states as may hereafter be admitted into the Union ... [Hartford : s.n., 1819] Connecticut 1819
  At a numerous meeting of the citizens of Boston and its vicinity, held at the State House on Friday, December 3d, pursuant to public notice, to consider the subject of restraining the further extension of slavery in new states ... [Boston : s.n., 1819] Massachusetts 1819
Bacon, C. (Caleb) An epitome of the English language; or, A catechetical grammar, with an appendix; : being in substance Mr. Murray's English grammar, put into questions and answers. With alterations and improvements, designed for the use of schools. / By C. Bacon, teacher. New-York: : Printed by S. Marks, and sold by James A. Burtus, 19 Peck-Slip, corner of Water-Street; Elam Bliss, 208 Broadway, and Scott, and Seguine, 276 Pearl-Street., 1819. New York (State) 1819
Baines, Edward, 1774-1848. History of the wars of the French Revolution, : from the breaking out of the war, in 1792, to the restoration of a general peace, in 1815; comprehending the civil history of Great Britain and France, during that period. / By Edward Baines. ; In four volumes. ; With notes, and an original history of the late war between the United States and Great Britain. ; Embellished with portraits of the most distinguished characters of the age, and illustrated with maps, plans, and charts. ; Vol. I[-IV]. Philadelphia: : Printed and published by M'Carty & Davis, south east corner of Ninth and Race streets., 1819. Pennsylvania 1819
Baines, Edward, 1774-1848. History of the wars of the French Revolution, : from the breaking out of the war, in 1792, to the restoration of a general peace, in 1815; comprehending the civil history of Great Britain and France, during that period. / By Edward Baines. ; In four volumes. ; With notes, and an original history of the late war between the United States and Great Britain. ; Embellished with portraits of the most distinguished characters of the age, and illustrated with maps, plans, and charts. ; Vol. I[-IV]. Philadelphia: : Published by M. Carey & Son, corner of Chestnut and Fourth streets., 1819. Pennsylvania 1819
Bank for Savings in the City of New York. Bank for Savings. : An address to the public, explaining the objects of the above bank; which is now ready to receive deposites [sic] every Monday, from 11, A.M. to 2, P.M. and every Saturday evening, from 6 to 9 o'clock; in the New-York Institution, (formerly the Alms-House,) in Chamber-Street. [New York] : J. Seymour, printer., [1819] New York (State) 1819
Beers, Andrew, 1749-1824. Beers' calender [sic]; or, Loomis's almanack, for the year of our Lord 1820. ... : Calculated for the meridian of Albany--north latitude 42 degrees, 39 minutes--from the English Observatory 73 degrees and 32 minutes west. / By Andrew Beers, philom. ... Albany: : Printed and sold by G.J. Loomis & Co. wholesale and retail, no. 108, State-Street. A liberal allowance to those who purchase to retail., [1819] New York (State) 1819
Bible. New Testament. English. Authorized. 1819. The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ; / translated out of the original Greek, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Boston: : Printed by John H. A. Frost, Congress-Street. For sale by West, Richardson & Lord, no. 75, Cornhill., 1819. Massachusetts 1819
Bible Society of Saratoga County. The fourth annual report of the Board of Managers of the Bible Society of Saratoga County, : presented January 13, 1819. : With extracts from the minutes of the Society, &c. Ballston Spa [N.Y.]: : Printed for the Society, J. Comstock, printer., 1819. New York (State) 1819
  Boston compting-room register and directory, : from November, 1819, to November, 1820. [Boston : Printed by Russell & Gardner, 1819] Massachusetts 1819
Boston Female Asylum. Order of services at the nineteenth anniversary of the Boston Female Asylum, : celebrated at the First Church, in Chauncey Place, September 24, 1819. [Boston : s.n., 1819] Massachusetts 1819
Boston (Mass.). Board of Health (1799-1822) Abstract of the bill of mortality for the town of Boston, : from the 31st of December, 1817, to 1819, agreeably to the record kept at the Health Office. [Boston : s.n., 1819] Massachusetts 1819
Boston Society for the Moral and Religious Instruction of the Poor. Address of the Boston Society for the Moral and Religious Instruction of the Poor, to the inhabitants of the town. [Boston : s.n., 1819] Massachusetts 1819
Bradford Academy. Catalogue of the officers and students of Bradford Academy. August, 1819. [Haverhill, Mass. : s.n., 1819] Massachusetts 1819
Bradley, Charles, 1789-1871. Grammatical questions, : adapted to the grammar of Lindley Murray; / (originally compiled by C.B. principal of Wallingford School.) ; Revised, corrected, and enlarged, with notes, by J. Webber, Senr. for the use of the interrogative system, in tuition. ; [Two lines from Quintius] Georgetown, D.C. : Re-printed from the second edition, by J. Webber, Junr. and sold wholesale, by him at his printing office Green Street, sold also by D. Bates, Washington, and G. [i.e., N.G.] Maxwell, Baltimore., 1819. District of Columbia 1819
Brinckerhoff, George. "New-York, Nov. 6th, 1819. I proclaim George Brinckerhoff, Esq. counsellor at law, an imperious, contemptible, scoundrel, : devoid of every sentiment characteristic of a gentleman or a man of honour. (Signed) James Stoughton." : If the following statement will justify the above epithets, then must I submit to their opprobrium; but if not, I feel proud of the conviction, that my character is not to be injured by the aspersions of James Stoughton. ... [New York : s.n., 1819] New York (State) 1819
Brown, Elizabeth. The authoress' farewell address to her friends. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1819] Pennsylvania 1819
Brown, John, 1722-1787. Yeanahrooyeh. [Buffalo] : Salisbury's Print--Buffalo., [1819 or 1820] New York (State) 1819
Brown University. Brown University. Commencement, September 1, 1819. : Order of exercises. [Providence] : Printed at the American office [by Goddard & Knowles]., [1819] Rhode Island 1819
Brown University. Catalogue of the officers and students of Brown University, Providence, October, 1819. [Providence] : Printed at the American office [by Goddard & Knowles]., [1819] Rhode Island 1819
Buell, A. K. An eulogy, on Comfort T. Barker, : S.W. of Hiram Lodge, and G.M. of the Third Vail, late of the town of Aurelius, deceased, delivered before David's Royal Arch Chapter, no. 34, Auburn, on the 29th October, A.L. 5819. / By A.K. Buell. ; Printed at the request of the Chapter. Auburn [N.Y.]: : Printed by T.M. Skinner,, 1819. New York (State) 1819
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688. The interpreter's house. / (From Bunyan's Pilgrim's progress.) [New York] : Published by the New-York Religious Tract Society, and sold by P.W. Gallaudet, agent for the Society, at his theological book-store, no. 59 Fulton-Street. August, 1819.--2500. J. Seymour, printer., [1819] New York (State) 1819
Byron, John, 1723-1786. Byron's narrative of the loss of the Wager man of war, one of Admiral Anson's squadron. Dublin: : Printed by R. Grace, 3, Mary-Street., 1819. Price, bound in sheep, 8d.---In grain, 6d. Ireland 1819
  The Carrier of the Boston commercial gazette, presents to its patrons, the compliments of the season. [Boston : Printed by Russell & Gardner, 1819] Massachusetts 1819
  The Carrier of the Boston intelligencer, to his patrons, with the best wishes of the season. [Boston : Printed by William W. Clapp, 1819] Massachusetts 1819
  The Carrier of the Christian disciple, to its patrons. [Boston : Printed by Wells and Lilly, 1819] Massachusetts 1819
  The Carrier's address, to be said or sung. : Tune....."Yorkshireman." [Portland, Me. : Printed by Francis Douglas, 1819] Maine 1819
  Carrier's address, to the patrons of the Essex register, with the compliments of the season, Jan. 1, 1820. [Salem, Mass. : Printed by Warwick Palfray, 1819] Massachusetts 1819
  The Carrier's address to the patrons of the New-York evening post, for the year 1820. [New York : Published by Michael Burnham & Co., 1819] New York (State) 1819
  The Carrier's address, to the patrons of the Universalist magazine. : January 1, 1820. [Boston : Printed by Henry Bowen, 1819] Massachusetts 1819
  A Caution to the swearer. [Utica, N.Y.] : Printed for the Utica Religious Tract Society., 1819. New York (State) 1819
Channing, William Ellery, 1780-1842. A sermon delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Jared Sparks, : to the pastoral care of the First Independent Church in Baltimore, May 5, 1819. / By William Ellery Channing, Minister of the Church of Christ, in Federal-Street, Boston. ; Published by request. Baltimore: : Printed by Benjamin Edes, corner of Water and South Streets., 1819. Maryland 1819
  The Christian disciple and theological review. New series. : Published once in two months. [Boston : Printed by Wells and Lilly, 1819] Massachusetts 1819
Christian Disciple Society. Boston, 24th August, 1819. : Sir, At a late meeting of the society for conducting the Christian disciple, it was determined to commence immediately the publication of religious tracts ... your aid in the promotion of this object is respectfully solicited. ... [Boston : Printed by Wells and Lilly?, 1819] Massachusetts 1819
  A Christian exhortation to sailors, and persons engaged in a seafaring lif[e.] No. 3. New-York: : Printed by Mahlon Day, no. 84, Water-Street., 1819. New York (State) 1819
  The Ciceronian; and minstrel's medley. / Edited by "Bloomfield." [New York: Printed by Alexander Ming, ca. 1819?] New York (State) 1819
Cincinnati Miami Bible Society. Fifth annual report of the Cincinnati Miami Bible Society, : read and approved at the fifth anniversary meeting, held in the First Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati, October 6, 1819. / Published by order of the Society. Cincinnati: : Printed for the Society. Mason and Palmer, printers., 1819. Ohio 1819
  (Circular.) Philadelphia, October 13, 1819. : Sir, Having been appointed, by a large and respectable meeting of the citizens of the city and county of Philadelphia, a committee to correspond with persons throughout the United States, friendly to the protection of national industry; and also to circulate the proceedings of that meeting, with their memorial to Congress; we take the liberty to address you on those subjects. ... [Philadelphia : Printed by William Duane or Mathew Carey, 1819] Pennsylvania 1819
Colman, George, 1762-1836. Ways and means, or A trip to Dover. : A comedy. In three acts. / By George Colman, the younger. ; As performed at the Philadelphia Theatre. From the prompt book--by permission. Philadelphia: : Published by T.H. Palmer, 201, Chesnut Street., July, 1819. Pennsylvania 1819
Columbia College (New York, N.Y.) Annual commencement of Columbia College. : Tuesday, August 3, 1819. [New York] : J. & J. Harper, printers, 138 Fulton St., [1819] New York (State) 1819
Committee of the Plattsburgh Sunday School Societies. The first semi-annual report, of the Committee of the Plattsburgh Sunday School Societies, : read in the Presbyterian Church in Plattsburgh, N.Y. on the 31st of January, 1819. : Also, a sermon, delivered at the same time, for the benefit of the Male and Female Sunday School Societies. By Samuel W. Whelpley, A.M. Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Plattsburgh. : Published by request of the societies. Plattsburgh, N.Y. : Printed by A.C. Flagg., 1819. New York (State) 1819
  Concert. : Mrs. French, tenders her warmest thanks to her friends and the public, for the liberal encouragement received, and informs them she will give her last concert on Tuesday evening, June 8, at Boylston Hall, where ... will be sung, the following select songs ... [Boston] : Printed at (Boston intellig. & eve. gazette office.) [by William W. Clapp, 1819] Massachusetts 1819
Connecticut. Governor (1817-1827 : Wolcott) State of Connecticut. By His Excellency Oliver Wolcott ... a proclamation. : ... Friday, the ninth day of April next, to be observed throughout this state, as a Christian fast. ... Given under my hand, at Litchfield, the first day of March ... one thousand eight hundred and nineteen ... [Hartford : s.n., 1819] Connecticut 1819
  A Continuation of The reviewer reviewed; or Strictures on Dr. Ezra Stiles Ely's review of the work entitled "Methodist errour [sic], &c." / By a Wesleyan Methodist. Philadelphia: : Published by Jonathan Pounder, no. 134, North Fourth Street, opposite St. George's Church., 1819. Pennsylvania 1819
Crane, James C., 1794-1826. [Spelling book in the Tuscarora dialect.] [Buffalo, N.Y.] : Salisbury's print--Buffalo., [1819 or 1820] New York (State) 1819
Cruger, Daniel, 1780-1843. To the people. "Drowning pups catch at straws." : This old adage has never been more forcibly illustrated, than in the hand-bills recently published by Vincent Mathews ... [Bath, N.Y. : Printed by Benjamin Smead, 1819] New York (State) 1819
Cruger, Daniel, 1780-1843. Vincent Mathews' speeches. : As it may somewhat gratify the curious to see this great man's blank speeches ... [Bath, N.Y. : Printed by Benjamin Smead, 1819] New York (State) 1819
D'Arcy, Uriah Derick, 1801-1837. The black vampyre [sic]; : a legend of St. Domingo. / By Uriah Derick D'Arcy. ; [Three lines from 'Bombast. Furios'] New-York: : Printed for the author., 1819. New York (State) 1819
Dartmouth College. Catalogus præsidum senatus academici, professorum, tutorum, et omnium qui in Collegio Dartmuthensi, Leuphanæ, in Neo-Hantonia, alicujus gradus laurea exornati fuerunt. Leuphane [i.e., Hanover, N.H.]: : Typis Caroli Spear,, MDCCCXIX. [1819] New Hampshire 1819
Dartmouth College. United Fraternity. Library. Catalogue of books in the library of the United Fraternity at Dartmouth College, August, 1819. Concord [N.H.] : Printed by George Hough, for the Society., 1819. New Hampshire 1819
Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814. Tid-re-i: or The marriage of Miss Kitty O'Donavan to Mr. Paddy O'Raffety. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, no. 16, Milk-Street,--Boston., [between 1819 and 1824] Massachusetts 1819
Dick, Owl-eyed. "How now, moon-calves?" : It has been rumored for some days past that Capt. Smead's press has been groaning under some mighty effort. ... [Bath, N.Y. : Printed by Benjamin Smead, 1819] New York (State) 1819
  Died, at Augusta, (Georgia,) on the fifth March, 1819, Nathaniel Cheever, Esq'r, of Hallowell ... [Hallowell, Me. : s.n., 1819] Maine 1819
  The Drunkard's conversion. : With a word of advice. [Pittsburgh] : Published by R. Patterson & Lambdin, Pittsburgh, for the religious tract societies in the western country. Price one cent for every twelve pages. (April, 1819.--1st edition.--3000.) Butler & Lambdin, printers., [1819] Pennsylvania 1819
  Dying declaration. : As the unfortunate malefactors, who are pursuant to their sentence, to be publickly executed this day, have expressed a determination to say little or nothing at the place of execution, we deem it not improper to present the public with the following, as their dying declaration, with which we have been favoured by a gentleman, who had an interview with the prisoners, a few hours previous to their being conveyed to the place of execution--the words are as follows ... [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly?, 1819] Massachusetts 1819
  Dying declaration of the pirates. : As the unfortunate malefactors, who are pursuant to their sentence, to be publicly executed this day, have expressed a determination to say little or nothing at the place of execution, we deem it not improper to present the public with the following, as their dying declaration, with which we have been favoured by a gentleman, who had an interview with the prisoners, a few hours previous to their being conveyed to the place of execution--his words are as follows ... [Boston : s.n., 1819] Massachusetts 1819
Episcopal Church. Diocese of Ohio. Convention (1819 : Worthington, Ohio) Journal of the proceedings of the second annual convention, of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the state of Ohio; held at Worthington, June 2d, 3d and 4th, 1819. Columbus [Ohio]: : Printed at the Columbus Gaz. Office by P.H. Olmsted., [1819] Ohio 1819
Eulenspiegel (Satire) Das Leben und die Thaten des berühmten Till Eulenspiegel's. [Reading] Pennsylvanien: : Gedruckt [bey Carl Augustus Bruckman] für den spassliebenden Käufer und zum Gebrauch derjenigen, die lieber lachen als weinen!, --1819. Pennsylvania 1819
  An Evangelical and familiar catechism. : To which are addedd short prayers, for Sunday Schools. [Albany] : Published by the Troy Sunday School Association. G.J. Loomis & Co. printers, Albany., 1819. New York (State) 1819
Federal Party (Mass.) You have been appointed, at a very numerous meeting of Federal Republicans, from the various parts of the commonwealth, : a committee for the county of [blank] to attend the elections of the ensuing political year. ... [Boston : s.n., 1819] Massachusetts 1819
Federal Party (Mass.). Central Committee for the County of Worcester. Worcester, March 1, 1819. : Sir, The subscribers, a committee designated for that purpose by the convention of Federal Republicans at Boston, take the liberty to address you on the subject of the approaching election. ... [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1819] Massachusetts 1819
Female Domestic Missionary Society (Philadelphia, Pa.) The second annual report of the managers of the Female Domestic Missionary Society of Philadelphia. November 16, 1818. : [One line of quotation] Philadelphia, : Printed at the press of the Religious remembrancer, by J.W. Scott, no. 36 North Sixth Street., [1819] Pennsylvania 1819
Female Union Society for the Promotion of Sunday Schools. First annual report of the Female Union Society for the Promotion of Sunday Schools. : November 11th, 1818. Baltimore: : Benjamin Edes, printer, corner of Water and South streets., 1819. Maryland 1819
Female Union Society for the Promotion of Sunday Schools. Second annual report of the Female Union Society for the Promotion of Sabbath Schools. : November, 1819. Baltimore: : Benjamin Edes, printer, corner of Water and South streets., 1819. Maryland 1819
Fénelon, François de Salignac de La Mothe-, 1651-1715. On faithfulness in little things. No. 2. New-York: : Printed by Mahlon Day, no. 84, Water-Street., 1819. New York (State) 1819
  Fidelity and filial affection, exemplified and rewarded in the remarkable history of Elizabeth L****. [New York] : Published by the New-York Religious Tract Society, and sold by P.W. Gallaudet, agent for the Society, at his theological book-store, no. 59 Fulton-Street. (June 1819.--2500.) J. Seymour, printer., [1819] New York (State) 1819
Fletcher, Thomas H., 1792-1845. To the directors of the Nashville Bank, : It is by far more pleasant to speak the language of praise than of censure ... [Nashville : Published by George Wilson, 1819] Tennessee 1819
Freemasons. Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. Grand Lodge of Massachusetts. : The committee of the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts, to whom was referred the memorial of the R.W. Woodbury Storer and others ... beg leave, respectfully to make the following report. ... [Boston : s.n., 1819] Massachusetts 1819
Friend to public credit. (Private and confidential.) To the directors of the Bank of the United States. Philadelphia, June 28, 1819. : Gentlemen, Permit a citizen, who has always been favourably disposed towards your institution, and who is ardently desirous of supporting public credit ... to address you a few lines on subjects connected with your official stations. ... [Philadelphia : Printed by Mathew Carey & Son?, 1819] Pennsylvania 1819
  From the Salem gazette. The late Rev. John Emery Abbot. [Salem, Mass. : Printed by Thomas C. Cushing, 1819] Massachusetts 1819
  The Gentleman's annual pocket remembrancer, for the year 1820 ... [Philadelphia] : Published by A. Small, no. 112, Chesnut Street, Philadelphia. Where is also published, The American lady's pocket book., [1819] Pennsylvania 1819
  Godly sorrow. [New York] : Published by the New-York Religious Tract Society, and sold by P.W. Gallaudet, agent for the Society, at his theological book store, no. 59 Fulton-Street. June, 1819.--2500. J. Seymour, printer., [1819] New York (State) 1819
  Hamden Federalist. A counting house almanack, for the year of our Lord 1820. [Springfield, Mass. : Published by A.G. Tannatt & Co., 1819] Massachusetts 1819
  A Happy New Year. : Reflections, on the new year; respectfully inscribed to the patrons of the Rhode-Island American, by the carriers. January 1, 1820. [Providence : Printed by Goddard & Knowles, 1819] Rhode Island 1819
  The History of the Holy Bible. : Abridged. : Adorned with cuts. New-Haven: : Printed for J. Babcock and Son. Sidney's Press., 1819. Connecticut 1819
Huckings, Joseph. Scale for measuring round timber; : giving the quantity in merchantable boards, as usually sawed; calculated for sound logs, and the diameter taken at the top, or smallest end. / By Joseph Huckings. Portland [Me.]: : Printed by A. & J. Shirley., 1819. Maine 1819
  Hutchins improved. : Astronomical calculations, or almanack for the year 1820 ... : / Carefully calculated for the latitude and meridian of New-York. By William Collom. New-York: : Printed and published by George Long, No. 71, Pearl-Street., 1820. [i.e. 1819] New York (State) 1819
  Hymns and spiritual songs. Mount Pleasant, Westchester Co. N.Y. : Printed by S. Marshall, for William Hyatt., [between 1819 and 1825] New York (State) 1819
Ide, Jacob, 1785-1880. The nature and tendency of balls, : seriously and candidly considered, in two sermons, / by Jacob Ide, A.M. Pastor of the Second Church in Medway. [Massachusetts? : s.n., not before 1819] Massachusetts 1819
  Incombustable wash, and stucco white wash. [Hagerstown, Md. : s.n., 1819] Maryland 1819
  Indian wars. : Proposals for publishing by subscription in Boston, a new and interesting History of the discovery of America by Columbus, of the landing of our forefathers at Plymouth, and of their most remarkable engagements with the Indians in New-England ... To which will be annexed, the particulars of almost every important engagement with the savages in America ... / By Henry Trumbull. [Boston : Printed by Stephen Sewall, 1819] Massachusetts 1819
Irving, Washington, 1783-1859. The sketch book of Geoffrey Crayon, gent. : No. I[-VII]. : [Prose motto: 4 lines] New-York: : Printed by C.S. Van Winkle, 101 Greenwich Street., 1819[-1820]. New York (State) 1819
Johnson, Thomas. $200 reward. : Ran away from the subscriber, living eight miles from the city of Baltimore ... Negroes Richard & Ned ... [Baltimore : Printed by Dobbin, Murphy and Bose?, 1819] Maryland 1819
  The Church catechism explained by way of question and answer; and confirmed by Scripture proofs. : Divided into five parts and twelve sections, wherein a brief and plain account is given of I. The Christian covenant. II. The Christian faith. III. The Christian obedience. IV. The Christian prayer. V. The Christian sacraments. / Collected by John Lewis, minister of Margate in Kent. ; From the fortieth London edition, with alterations. ; To which is added, a section on confirmation. Printed at Newburyport [Mass.], : by W. & J. Gilman., 1819. Massachusetts 1819
  Lines composed by a young man, on being disappointed. [Worcester, Mass. : Printed by William Manning, between 1819 and 1821] Massachusetts 1819
  Lines, in remembrance of Mr. William B. Warriner, : who died in Boston, March 29,--1819. [Boston : s.n., 1819] Massachusetts 1819
  Look at this Republicans! : Commonwealth, vs. George Freysinger. York County, Ss. August sessions, 1814, no. 20. Libel--verdict of guilty filed 6th August 1814. ... Will you now vote for George Freysinger? Or will you vote for your honest friend Peter Rider? [York, Pa.? : s.n., 1819] Pennsylvania 1819
  The Lord's prayer. [New York] : Published by the New-York Religious Tract Society, and sold by P.W. Gallaudet, agent for the Society, at his theological book store, no. 59 Fulton-Street. June, 1819.--2500. J. Seymour, printer., [1819] New York (State) 1819
  The Man & the snake. : A new story for children. Hartford: : Published by S.G. Goodrich., 1819. Connecticut 1819
Marine Society (Newport, R.I.) Laws of the Marine Society. Adopted at a regular meeting, of said society, April 6th, A. D. 1819. And the names of the members of the Marine Society. From its institution, Dec. 5th, A. D. 1752, to July 6th, A. D. 1819. Newport, (R.I.) : Printed by Wm. & J. H. Barber, for the Society. [1819] Rhode Island 1819
Miller, Andrew. New states and territories, or The Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, North-Western, Missouri, Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama, in their real characters, in 1818; : showing, in a new and short way, the situation, size, number of inhabitants, Whites and Indians--the number of counties, villages, printing offices, banks, factories, furnaces, forges, mills, &c. of each; and the name, situation, extent, and number of inhabitants of each county, with its county-town, and number of houses, stores, printing offices and banks in each county-town, by a map-table. Also, a description of the rivers, roads, settlements, qualities and prices of lands; the timber, water, climate, diseases, prices of produce, stock and goods--and the advantages and disadvantages of each, and of their particular parts; and of the new parts of York State, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Kentucky; with a few words concerning the impositions and difficulties experienced in moving, settling, &c. collected from the accounts of gentlemen residing in various parts of the different states and territories--from Indian traders, Indian agents, officers of the late army, surveyors, travellers--the different authors extant on the subject, viz. M'Kenzie, Shultz, Lewis and Clark, Pike, Carver, Emigrant's directory, Ohio gazetteer, and personal observation. / By Andrew Miller. [Keene, N.H.? : Printed by John Prentiss?, 1819] New Hampshire 1819
  Neujahrs-Wunsch des Herumträgers des Readinger Adlers, an seine Kunden, : bey dem Eintritt des Jahrs 1820. [Reading, Pa. : Gedruckt bey Johann Ritter ind Comp., 1819] Pennsylvania 1819
  A New Year's gift. [New York] : Published by the New-York Religious Tract Society, and sold by P.W. Gallaudet, agent for the Society, at his theological book-store, no. 59 Fulton-Street. June 1819.--2500. J. Seymour, printer., [1819] New York (State) 1819
  News boy's address, to the patrons of the American republican, : January 1, 1820,--almanac included. [Downingtown, Pa. : Printed by Charles Mowry, 1819] Pennsylvania 1819
  Olympic Theatre. Mrs. Entwisle's benefit. : Monday evening, February 8th, 1819, will be presented a new play ... written by Dimond, called The bride of Abydos ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1819] Pennsylvania 1819
  On drunkenness. : [Three lines from Bacon] [Baltimore] : Published by the "Religious Tract Society of Baltimore," and for sale at their depository, no. 6, North Howard-Street, by Cushing & Jewett, agents. May also be had at the store of John E. Jackson, 244, Baltimore-Street., [1819] Maryland 1819
  On the general resurrection. [New York] : Published by the New-York Religious Tract Society, and sold by P.W. Gallaudet, agent for the Society, at his theological book-store, no. 59 Fulton-Street. June, 1819.--2500. J. Seymour, printer., [1819] New York (State) 1819
  On the third commandment. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1819. Massachusetts 1819
  Order of performance, at Boylston Hall, August 19, 1819, in celebration of the obsequies of the late Thomas Smith Webb, Esq. [Boston : s.n., 1819] Massachusetts 1819
  A Pack of cards changed into a complete almanack, and prayer book. : Adapted to the entertainment of the humourous, as well as to the satisfaction of the grave, learned, and ingenious. Massachusetts: : Printed for the purchasers., 1819. Massachusetts 1819
  Philadelphia theatre. Saturday evening, November 6, 1819, : will be performed, (second time this season) a new musical drama, in three acts, called Rob Roy Macgregor; or, Auld lang syne. ... : After which will be revived, a comic piece, called The anatomist; or, The sham doctor. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1819] Pennsylvania 1819
  Philadelphia theatre. : The managers respectfully announce to the public, the engagement of Mr. & Mrs. Bartley, from the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, for 12 nights--Mrs. Bartley will make her first appearance on Monday evening, Feb. 8, 1819, in the tragedy of Venice preserv'd; or, A plot discovered. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1819] Pennsylvania 1819
Proprietors of American Patent Wood Screw Factory. Petition. To the honourable the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled: : the petition of John Stoddart, Thomas Fletcher, and Sidney Gardiner, of Philadelphia, and Richard T. Leech of Pittsburgh, citizens of the United States, respectfully sheweth: that your petitioners are proprietors of a new and improved method of manufacturing screws of wire, commonly called wood screws ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1819] Pennsylvania 1819
  Punctually at the polls at 9 o'clock! : Sir--Well knowing your attachment to the government of the United States, and to the principles of the illustrious sages who have been placed at its head, induces your political friends, respectfully to address this notice to you, enclosing a ballot, and to impress on your mind the importance of your attendance at the polls ... [Boston : s.n., 1819] Massachusetts 1819
  Republican collation. A grand national festival. : We the subscribers do agree to pay one dollar a ticket, for a collation to be provided by the committee of arrangements, to celebrate the never to be forgotten, July the fourth, 1776, which made America a free, sovereign and independent nation, among the nations of the earth. June 17, 1819. [United States : s.n., 1819] United States 1819
Riley, Edward, 1769-1829. A new tutor for the violin. : Containing every instruction relative to that instrument progressively arranged in a plain and easy manner. : Selected from the treatises of the best modern authors : To which is added a select collection of songs, airs, marches, &c. : Price 75 cts. New York, : Engraved, printed, and sold, by E. Riley, n 29 Chatham Street., [between 1819 and 1829] New York (State) 1819
Sartwell, Sylvanus, 1757-1842. Ode on society. / Composed by Br. Silvanus [i.e., Sylvanus] Sartwell. ; (Sung at the celebration of St. John the Baptist, at Brattleborough, June 24, 1819.) ; Tune--German hymn. [Brattleboro, Vt. : s.n., 1819] Vermont 1819
  Solemnities at the interment of the remains of the late Reverend Joshua Huntington, : pastor of the Old South Church, Boston, who died at Groton, Sept. 11, 1819, in the 34th year of his age, and the 12th year of his ministry. [Boston : s.n., 1819] Massachusetts 1819
Suffolk County (Mass.). Sheriff. Escape. 400 dollars reward. : Last night broke from the Suffolk County gaol, in Boston ... David Steele, (otherwise known as Captain Watson,) and Lemuel Higby. ... Boston, : W.W. Clapp, pr., [1819] Massachusetts 1819
  That the United States, possessing every advantage of soil, climate, and native productions, : and with a population industrious, intelligent, and enterprising ... find themselves in a state of great embarrassment and difficulty ... [Philadelphia? : Printed by Mathew Carey?, 1819] Pennsylvania 1819
  Theatre. : In consequence of the unbounded approbation bestowed upon the performance of The mountaineers on Friday last, the publick is respectfully informed it will be repeated this evening. : Last night of Mr. Wallack's engagement. On Friday evening, Dec. 24, will be presented ... The mountaineers. ... : To which will be added, the farce of The three & deuce. ... [New York : s.n., 1819] New York (State) 1819
  Theatre. : On Friday evening, Sept. 10, will be presented, the comedy of Wild oats. ... To which will be added, the melo drama of The tale of mystery ... [New York : s.n., 1819] New York (State) 1819
  Theatre. : On Friday evening, Sept. 3, 1819, will be presented, the comedy of Laugh when you can. ... To which will be added, the farce of Love laughs at locksmiths. ... [New York : s.n., 1819] New York (State) 1819
  Theatre. : On Saturday evening, Sept. 4, 1819, will be presented, the comedy of The rivals, or A trip to Bath. ... To which will be added, the melo drama of Bobbinett, the bandit, of the forest of Montescarpini. ... [New York : s.n., 1819] New York (State) 1819
  Theatre. : On Tuesday evening, Oct. 26, will be presented, the comedy of The heir at law ... To which will be added, the melo dramatic romance of The lady of the lake ... [New York : s.n., 1819] New York (State) 1819
  Theatre. : On Saturday evening, May 1, 1819; will be presented, the play of the Foundling of the forest. ... To which will be added, the melo drama of the Secret mine ... [New York : s.n., 1819] New York (State) 1819
  Theatre. First night of Mr. Cooper and Mrs. Bartley's performance in America. : On Saturday evening, Oct. 23, will be presented, the tragedy of The gamester. ... To which will be added, the farce of The anatomist, or The sham doctor. ... [New York : s.n., 1819] New York (State) 1819
  Theatre. For the benefit of Mr. Bartley. : Fourth night of Mr. Cooper and Mrs. Bartley's engagement. On Friday evening, Oct. 29, will be presented, Shakspeare's [sic] play of Henry 4th. ... The entertainments to conclude with the farce of Three weeks after marriage. ... [New York : s.n., 1819] New York (State) 1819
  Theatre. For the benefit of Mr. Bartley : on Friday evening, April 23, will be presented, the comedy of The provok'd husband, or A journey to London. ... To which will be added, the interlude of The blue devils ... The evening's entertainments to conclude with ... the petit comedy, in 1 act, of The rendezvous written by Richard Ayton, Esq. ... [New York : s.n., 1819] New York (State) 1819
  Theatre. For the benefit of Mr. Cooper, and positively the last night of Mr. Cooper and Mr. Wallack's performance. : On Friday evening, Dec. 31, will be presented, the tragedy of Othello. ... To which will be added, the farce of How to die for love. ... [New York : s.n., 1819] New York (State) 1819
  Theatre. For the benefit of Mr. Philipps, and positively the last night of his performance. : This evening, Monday, Jan. 4th, will be performed, the opera of Fontainbleau. ... To which will be added, the petit opera of Brother & sister. ... [New York? : s.n., 1819?] New York (State) 1819
  Theatre. For the benefit of Mr. Wallack. And the first night of Mr. Cooper's engagement. : On Monday evening, Dec. 27, will be presented, the tragedy of Venice preserved. ... To which will be added, the petit comedy, in 2 acts, of My aunt. ... [New York : s.n., 1819] New York (State) 1819
  Theatre. For the benefit of Mrs. Bartley. : On Wednesday evening, Nov. 10, will be presented, the comedy of The honey moon. ... The evening's entertainments to conclude with (for the 1st time in New-York) the farce of The gay deceivers, or More laugh than love. Written by G. Colman, Esq. ... [New York : s.n., 1819] New York (State) 1819
  Theatre. Last night but one of Mr. & Mrs. Bartley's engagement. : On Thursday evening, Nov. 11, will be presented ... the play of Adrian and Orrilla; or A mother's vengeance. ... To which will be added, the melo drama of The miller and his men. ... [New York : s.n., 1819] New York (State) 1819
  Theatre. Positively the last night of Mr. Philipps's performance during his present engagement. : On Wednesday evening, March 24, will be presented, the comic opera of M.P. or The blue stocking. Written by Anacreon Moore ... To which will be added, the comic opera of John of Paris. ... [New York : s.n., 1819] New York (State) 1819
  Theatre. Second night of Mr. Bartley's engagement. : On Thursday evening, Oct. 14, will be presented, the comedy of The green man. ... To which will be added, the interlude of The invisible girl. ... The evening's entertainments to conclude with ... the new melo drama of The Jew of Lubeck; or The heart of a father. Written by H. Milner, Esq. ... [New York : s.n., 1819] New York (State) 1819
  Theatre. Second night of Mr. Cooper and Mrs. Bartley's performance. : On Monday evening, Oct. 25, will be presented, the tragedy of Macbeth. ... To which will be added, the farce of The prisoner at large. ... [New York : s.n., 1819] New York (State) 1819
  Theatre. The publick is respectfully informed, that Mr. Wallack and Mr. Cooper are engaged for a few nights ... : On Tuesday evening, Dec. 28, will be presented, the tragedy of Othello. ... To which will be added, the musical farce of Transformation, or Love & law. ... [New York : s.n., 1819] New York (State) 1819
  Theatre. Third night of Mr. & Mrs. Bartley's engagement. : On Friday evening, Oct. 15, 1819, will be presented, the comedy of The school for scandal. ... To which will be added, the melo drama of The blind boy. ... [New York : s.n., 1819] New York (State) 1819
  Theatrical. : Judge Ford's fool, a ludrico-comico-tragico. [Bath, N.Y. : s.n., 1819] New York (State) 1819
  To the honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States. : We the subscribers, citizens of the United States and inhabitants of Schuylkill County, in the state of Pennsylvania, beg leave respectfully to remonstrate. [Harrisburg, Pa.? : s.n., 1819] Pennsylvania 1819
  To the honourable General Assembly of the state of Connecticut, to be holden at New Haven on the first Wednesday of May, A.D. 1820, : the petition of the towns of Windham, Lebanon, Mansfield, and Columbia, by their agents, humbly sheweth ... [Windham, Conn. : s.n., 1819] Connecticut 1819
  The History of Tommy Trip, and his dog Jowler, and of birds and beasts. : Adorned with cuts. New-Haven. : Sidney's Press. For J. Babcock & Son., 1819. Connecticut 1819
  The Washington almanac, for the year of our Lord, 1820 ... : Calculated for the meridian of Maryland, Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee. / By John Sharp. ... Baltimore: : Published by J. Robinson, 94, Market-street., [1819] Maryland 1819
Webster, Noah, 1758-1843. The American spelling book; : containing the rudiments of the English language. For the use of schools, in the United States. / By Noah Webster, Esq. Albany : Printed by Websters and Skinners., 1819. New York (State) 1819
Weems, M. L. (Mason Locke), 1759-1825. Extracts from the Drunkard's looking-glass. Springfield, (Mass.) : Printed by I. Daniels, for the proprietors., Nov. 1819. Massachusetts 1819
  "What a precious knot of fellows!" : At a meeting of all trades and professions, at the office of "foreign relations," in pursuance of a secret notice, to take into consideration all that may follow ... [Bath, N.Y. : Printed by Benjamin Smead, 1819] New York (State) 1819
Worcester Bank. Borrowers at the Worcester Bank will in future be subjected to the following regulations:-- [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1819] Massachusetts 1819
  An Address to the spectator of the awful execution, in Boston, February 18, 1819. Boston. : [s.n.], 1819. Massachusetts 1819
Andover Theological Seminary. Scheme of exercises for the annual examination of the students of the Theological Seminary, Andover, Sept. 22, 1819. [Andover, Mass.? : Printed by Flagg and Gould?, 1819] Massachusetts 1819
  Arithmetical tables, and a geographical sketch of the United States, : for the instruction of youth. [Charleston, S.C.] : Published by S. & W.R. Babcock, Charleston., 1819. South Carolina 1819
Bible Society in the County of Middlesex, Massachusetts. Fourth report of the Bible Society in the County of Middlesex, Massachusetts, 28 April, MDCCCXIX. Cambridge [Mass.]: : Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf., 1819. Massachusetts 1819
Associate Synod of North America. Extracts from the minutes of the Associate Synod of North America, at their meeting at Pittsburgh, twenty-sixth May, 1819: and continued by adjournment. Carlisle [Pa.]: : Printed by M. Holcomb & J. Tizzard., 1819. Pennsylvania 1819
  The Bible. Woodstock [Vt.]: : Printed by D. Watson., 1819. Vermont 1819
Blake, John Lauris, 1788-1857. "An altar to the unknown God." : A discourse before the Friendship Lodge, delivered September 22d, A.L. 5818--A.D. 1818, in Glocester, R.I. / By the Rev. John L. Blake, A.M. Rector of St. Paul's Church, North-Providence, R.I. Providence: : Printed by Miller and Hutchens, for Friendship Lodge., 1819. Rhode Island 1819
Auxiliary Bible Society of Columbia, S.C. Report of the board of managers of the Auxiliary Bible Society of Columbia, S.C. : Together with the constitution of the Society, and a list of the officers and members. Columbia, S.C. : Printed at the Telescope Press., 1819. South Carolina 1819
Campbell, John, 1766-1840. Walks of usefulness, in London and its environs. / By John Campbell, Kingland, near London. Auburn [N.Y.], : Printed by David Rumsey., 1819. New York (State) 1819
Cambridge Humane Society. An account of the Cambridge Humane Society. [Cambridge, Mass. : s.n., 1819] Massachusetts 1819
Cecil, Sabina. Little Sophia; or, The picture-book. / By Sabina Cecil, author of Little Mary, Little Joseph, Little Charles, &c. Philadelphia: : Published by E. and R. Parker, no. 178, Market Street. J.R.A. Skerrett, printer., 1819. Pennsylvania 1819
Chessman, Daniel, 1787-1839. A compendium of geography, : adapted to the capacity of children, / by Daniel Chessman, A.M. Pastor of the Baptist Church in Warren, R.I. Warren [R.I.]: : Printed by S. Randall., 1819. Rhode Island 1819
Connecticut. General Assembly. An act to provide for the assessment and collection of taxes in this state. [Hartford? : s.n., 1819] Connecticut 1819
English, Clara. The history of the children in the wood. : An Affecting tale. New-York: : Printed and sold by J.C. Totten, no. 9 Bowery., 1819. New York (State) 1819
Alden, Abner, 1758-1820. An introduction to spelling and reading, : in two volumes. Being the first and second parts of a Columbian exercise. The whole comprising an easy and systematical method of teaching and of learning the English language. / By Abner Alden, A.M. ; Volume second. Containing I. Language--simple sounds--diphthongs--syllables--accent and emphasis--letters--other characters, &c. II. Words in which different vowles have the same sound, placed under the same number. III. Words in which the same consonant is silent, placed in the same table. IV. Derivative words--those which end alike, placed in the same table. V. A variety of lessons for reading, &c. Boston: : Printed by James Loring, for Thomas & Andrews--sold, wholesale and retail, at their book-store, no. 45, Newbury-Street., May, 1819. Massachusetts 1819
Episcopal Church. The book of common prayer, and administration of the sacraments, and other rites and ceremonies of the church, : according to the use of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America: : together with the Psalter, or Psalms of David. ; Stereotyped by E. and J. White. New-York: : Published by Robert & William A. Bartow, 351 Pearl-Street. J. Gray & Co. printers., 1818 [i.e., 1819]. New York (State) 1819
Clark, Oliver. Defence, against a charge of heresy, : for denying that the man Christ Jesus is the eternal God. : [Two lines of Scripture text] / By Oliver Clark, of Ashford, Conn. Windham [Conn]: : Printed for the author,, 1819. Connecticut 1819
Edgeworth, Maria, 1768-1849. The orphans. / By Miss Edgeworth. Boston: : Published by Wells and Lilly., 1819. Massachusetts 1819
Domestic Missionary Society of Massachusetts. Extracts from the proceedings of the Domestic Missionary Society, of Massachusetts proper, June 24, 1819. [Massachusetts : s.n., 1819] Massachusetts 1819
  The History of Alexander Selkirk, the real Robinson Crusoe. : To which are added, sketches of natural history. New-York: : Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 261, Pearl-Street; and Samuel S. Wood & Co. no. 212, Market-street, Baltimore., [between 1819 and 1824?] New York (State) 1819
Baird, Samuel, 1786-1831. Public vendue, : on Tuesday the 16th November, inst. there will be sold by public vendue, at the late dwelling house of the Reverend Thomas P. May, deceased, in the borough of Norristown. A variety of household and kitchen furniture ... A large collection of valuable and scarce books ... [Pottstown, Pa.] : Printed by John Royer--Pottstown., [1819] Pennsylvania 1819
Conway, W. T. (Wallace T.), 1773?-1822. Certificates, of the singular efficacy of those justly esteemed and highly approved medicines, prepared and sold, wholesale by W.T. Conway, chemist--no. 1, Bumstead-Place, Common-Street--Boston. : And retailed by his appointment, by most druggists and booksellers of respectability, and also by most postmasters, throughout the U. States. : To prevent imposition the outside printed wrapper is signed by the sole proprietor, "W.T. Conway." As you value health, observe this! : Sold by special appointment, by Mr. Samuel Pilsberry [i.e., Pilsbury], successor to Cyrus Holbrook, druggist, at the Sign of St. Luke's Head, no. 56, Hanover Street. : Take care of this pamphlet--it may be of service on some future occasion. [Boston? : s.n., 1819?] Massachusetts 1819
Dole, Benjamin. A letter to Mr. Hosea Ballou, pastor of the society of Universalists in Salem; : occasioned by his letter to the Rev. Brown Emerson. / by Benjamin Dole. ; [Two of Scripture text] Exeter [N.H]: : Printed for Josiah Richardson, preacher of righteousness., 1819. New Hampshire 1819
Colman, Henry, 1785-1849. An essay on conversion. : First published in the Christian disciple. Boston: : Printed by Wells and Lilly., 1819. Massachusetts 1819
Bible. New Testament. English. Authorized. 1816. The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, / translated out of the original Greek and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. [Philadelphia] : Stereotyped by B. and J. Collins [New York, N.Y.]. Philadelphia: Published by Isaac Peirce, no. 316, Parker [i.e., Edward Parker], no. 178., 1819. Pennsylvania 1819
Female Bible Society of Dutchess County (N.Y.) Annual report of the Female Bible Society of Dutchess County; presented May 19, 1819. New-York: : Printed by J. Seymour, 49 John-Street., 1819. New York (State) 1819
Franklin Bible Society (Franklin County, Mass.) The first annual report of the board of directors of the Franklin Bible Society, : presented and read at the annual meeting of the Society, November 3d. 1819. [Greenfield, Mass.?  : s.n., 1819] Massachusetts 1819
Contributors to the Asylum for the Relief of Persons Deprived of the Use of Their Reason. State of the Asylum for the Relief of Persons Deprived of the Use of Their Reason. : Published by direction of the Contributors, fourth month, 1819. Philadelphia: : Printed for Kimber & Sharpless, no. 93, Market Street., 1819. Pennsylvania 1819
Barrett, Charles, 1773-1836. From the New-Hampshire patriot. : Rev. Mr. Hall. : We give place to the following narrative with no other feelings than those of deep regret for the depravity of heart and prostitution of the critical character which it unfolds to view. : Messrs. Hill & Moore, I observe in the Amherst cabinet a production written by the Rev. Richard Hall, called a vindication of his conduct ... I request you, for the better information of the public, to insert in your paper the following ... [Concord, N.H. : Hill and Moore, 1819] New Hampshire 1819
Marks, Richard, 1779?-1840. Supplement to the tract, entitled Conversation in a boat. / By the same author, formerly a lieutenant in the Royal Navy. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1819. Massachusetts 1819
Blunt, Edmund M. (Edmund March), 1770-1862. Books and charts, published by Edmund M. Blunt, for William Hooker, 202, Water, corner of Fulton Street, New-York, November, 1819. ... [New York : Edmund M. Blunt, 1819] New York (State) 1819
  The People of all nations, : being a miniature description of the manners and customs of the inhabitants of the different nations of the world. : Designed for the improvement of youth. : Ornamented with sixty-two elegant engravings. Auburn [N.Y.]: : Printed by D. Rumsey., 1819. New York (State) 1819
Milner, John, 1752-1826. The end of religious controversy : in a friendly correspondence between a religious society of Protestants and a Catholic divine. / By the Right Rev. John Milner, D.D. ; To which is added, the author's postscript. Baltimore: : Published by Fielding Lucas, Jr. no. 138 Market Street., [1819] Maryland 1819
Sproat, Nancy, 1766-1827. The good girl's soliloquy; : containing her parents' instructions, relative to her disposition and manners. New-York: : Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 261, Pearl-Street, and Samuel S. Wood & Co. no. 212, Market-Street, Baltimore., 1819. New York (State) 1819
  The United States primer, improved, and adapted to the comprehension and instruction of children. Cooperstown [N.Y.]: : Printed by H. & E. Phinney, and sold by them wholesale and retail., 1819. New York (State) 1819
Dartmouth College. Laws of Dartmouth College. Hanover [N.H.]: : Printed by Charles Spear., 1819. New Hampshire 1819
Euclid. Elements of geometry: : containing the first six books of Euclid with a supplement on the quadrature of the circle and the geometry of solids; : to which are added elements of plane and spherical trigonometry. / By John Playfair, F.R.S. Lond. & Edin. Professor of natural philosophy, formerly of mathematics, in the University of Edinburgh. ; From the last London edition, enlarged. New-York: : Published by E. Duyckinck, no. 68, Water-Street. George Long, printer, no. 71, Pearl Street., 1819. New York (State) 1819
Euclid. Elements of geometry: : containing the first six books of Euclid, with a supplement on the quadrature of the circle, and the geometry of solids; : to which are added elements of plane and spherical trigonometry. / By John Playfair, F.R.S. Lond. & Edin. Professor of natural philosophy, formerly of mathematics, in the University of Edinburgh. ; From the last London edition, enlarged. New-York: : Published by Collins and Hannay, no. 230, Pearl-Street. George Long, printer, no. 71, Pearl-Street., 1819. New York (State) 1819
Aristotle's Masterpiece. The complete master-piece. Of Aristotle, the famous philosopher. : Displaying the secrets of nature in the formation of man. [United States] : Printed for the purchaser., 1819[.] United States 1819
  The Pirates. : A brief account of the horrid massacre of the captain, mate and supercargo of the schooner Plattsburg, of Baltimore, on the high seas, in July 1816, by a part of the crew of said vessel, agreeable to the evidence of the two witnesses (the second mate and steward,) and confirmed by the declaration of one of the prisoners, since his condemnation. : Annexed, are some remarks relating to the trial, and to the extraordinary behavior and apparent indifference manifested by the prisoners, throughout their trial, and at the awful period of their condemnation! : Prefaced with an appropriate and solemn address to the public. : [Three lines of quotation] Boston-- : Printed by H. Trumbull., [1819] Massachusetts 1819
Sigourney, L. H. (Lydia Howard), 1791-1865. The square table, or The meditations of four secluded maidens seated around it. : [Five lines from Shakespeare] [Hartford : Published by Samuel G. Goodrich, 1819] Connecticut 1819
Mills, Alfred, 1776-1833. Biography of eminent persons, alphabetically arranged. / With portraits, from drawings, by Alfred Mills. New-York: : Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 261, Pearl-Street; and Samuel S. Wood & Co. no. 212, Market-St. Baltimore., 1819. New York (State) 1819
  Concert of sacred music, in the Third Associate Reformed Church, in Murray-Street, May 20, 1819. By F.D. Allen. : Programme. [New York] : Printed by E. Conrad. Frankfort-Street., [1819] New York (State) 1819
Tanner, Henry Schenck, 1786-1858. An Authentic map of the world on the globular projection. [cartographic material] / Drawn by H.S. Tanner. 1819. [Philadelphia] : Engraved and published by Tanner, Vallance, Kearny & Co. no. 10 Library Street Philadela., [1819] Pennsylvania 1819