Notable Titles from
Early American Imprints, Series II: Supplement 2 from the American Antiquarian Society, 1801-1819


Lafoy, John B. M. D.

The complete coiffeur; or, An essay on the art of adorning natural, and creating artificial, beauty. (Ornamented with plates.) / --By J.B.M.D. Lafoy, ladies' hair-dresser.

New-York: Stereotyped for the proprieters, and sold by all the principal booksellers, 1817.


Evening recreations: A collection of original stories. --Written by a lady, for the amusement of her young friends.

New-York:  Printed for T.B. Jansen & Co. booksellers, no. 248, Pearl-Street., 1802.

Johnson, John, 1706-1791

The way to get married: To which is added, Gregory's legacy to his daughters.

Philadelphia: Published by Johnson & Warner, no. 147, Market-Street., 1811.

Lover of children

Juliet; or, The reward of filial affection.  A tale for youth.--By a lady.

Philadelphia: Published by E. and R. Parker, no. 178, Market Street. J.R.A. Skerrett, printer, 1818.

Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826

Notes on the state of Virginia. With an appendix relative to the murder of Logan's family. / By Thomas Jefferson.

Trenton: Printed by Wilson & Blackwell, July 12, 1803.

Jones, Elizabeth C

Poems on different subjects, original and selected, By Elizabeth C. Jones.

Providence: H.H. Brown, printer, 1819.


American patriotic and comic modern song-book.

Newburyport [Mass.], Printed and sold at W. & J. Gilman's book-store and circulating library, no. 2, Middle-Street., 1816.


The Wonderful advantages of adventuring in the lottery.

New-York: Printed and sold by Samuel Wood & Sons, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1816.


New instructions for the Spanish guitar, containing a variety of songs and pieces. --By a professor.

Philadelphia: Published and sold at G. Willig's music store., [1816 or 1817]

Hart, George, 1771-1812

The life and confession of George Hart, written by himself since his conviction; and confided to a friend of his the day before his execution: together with his trial for the murder of Mary Van Housen.

New-York: Printed for the purchasers; January 3 1812.

Mason, Elnathan, 1754-1811

A remarkable account of the conversion of a young man, from the destructive principles of infidelity. --Related by himself.

Bennington [Vt.]: Printed for travelling book-sellers, by B. Smead, 1807.

New York (N.Y.). City Inspector

Return of deaths in the city of New-York, for the years 1804, 5, 6, 7, and 1808. : Published by order of the Common Council.

New York: Printed by Southwick and Pelsue, no. 2, Wall-Street., 1809.

Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court

Reports of cases, argued and determined in the Supreme Judicial Court of the commonwealth of Massachusetts. Containing the cases for the year 1818, and to the end of June term 1819, in Lincoln. --By Dudley Atkins Tyng, Esq. counsellor at law.

Boston: Published by Cummings and Hilliard, at the Boston Bookstore, no. 1 Cornhill. University Press--Hilliard and Metcalf, 1819.

Hubbard, John, 1759-1810

The rudiments of geography: Being a concise description of the various kingdoms, states, empires, countries, and islands in the world: : Together with their latitudes, longitudes, extent, boundaries, rivers, lakes, air, climate, soil, produce, manufactures, chief towns, population, religion, and learning. --By the late Hon. John Hubbard, Professor of Mathematicks and Natural Theology in Dartmouth College.

Walpole, (N.H.) Published by Cheever Felch, sold wholesale and retail at his wholesale book store in Walpole; sold also at the book-stores of Wm. Fessenden, Brattleboro'; Merrifield & Cochran, Windsor; Justin Hinds, Hanover; Daniel Cooledge, Concord; Wm

Hunt, Gilbert J.

The historical reader; containing "The late war between the United States and Great Britain, from June, 1812, to February, 1815. In the scriptural style." Altered and adapted for the use of schools throughout the United States. --By G.J. Hunt.

New-York: Published by B. Crane, no. 35, Cherry-Street., 1819.


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