Afro-Americana Imprints, 1535-1922: Revolutionary Ideas of Freedom

Year of PublicationState/Country of PublicationTitleAuthorImprint
1772EnglandA voyage to South America. : Describing at large, the Spanish cities, towns, provinces, &c. on that extensive continent. Undertaken by command of the king of Spain,Ulloa, Antonio de, 1716-1795.London. : Printed for Lockyer Davis, in Holborn; printer to the Royal Society., MDCCLXXII. [1772]
1772EnglandThe history of the late war in North-America, and the islands of the West-Indies, : including the campaigns of MDCCLXIII and MDCCLXIV against His Majesty's Indian enemies.Mante, Thomas, fl. 1772.London: : Printed for W. Strahan; and T. Cadell in the Strand., MDCCLXXII. [1772]
1772EnglandPolitical essays concerning the present state of the British Empire : particularly respecting I. Natural advantages and disadvantages. II. Constitution. III. Agriculture. IV. Manufactures. V. The colonies, and VI. Commerce.Young, Arthur, 1741-1820.London : Printed for W. Strahan and T. Cadell, in the Strand, 1772.
1772EnglandBritannia libera, or a defence of the free state of man in England, against the claim of any man there as a slave. Inscribed and submited to the Jurisconsulti, and the free people of England.Bollan, William, d. 1776.London : printed, and sold by J. Almon, 1772.
1772EnglandAn argument in the case of James Sommersett a Negro, lately determined by the Court of King's Bench: : wherein it is attempted to demonstrate the present unlawfulness of domestic slavery in England. : To which is prefixed a state of the case.Hargrave, Francis, 1741?-1821.London: : printed for the author: and sold by W. Otridge, opposite the new church, in the Strand., M.DCC.LXXII. [1772]
1772EnglandSome historical account of Guinea : its situation, produce, and the general disposition of its inhabitants. With an inquiry into the rise and progress of the slave trade, its nature, and lamentable effects. Also a republication of the sentiments of several authors of note on this interesting subject: particularly an extract of a treatise written by Granville SharpeBenezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.[London] : Philadelphia printed 1771. London: re-printed, and sold by W. Owen; and E. and C. Dilly, 1772.
1772EnglandAn appendix to the representation, : (printed in the year 1769,) of the injustice and dangerous tendency of tolerating slavery, or of admitting the least claim of private property in the persons of men in England.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.London: : Printed for Benjamin White, (No. 63.) in Fleet-Street, and Robert Horsefield, (No. 22.) in Ludgate-Street., 1772.
1772EnglandA Treatise upon the trade from Great-Britain to Africa; : humbly recommended to the attention of government. London: : Printed for R. Baldwin, No. 47, Pater-noster Row., M DCC LXXII. [1772]
1772FranceAtlas général, civil, ecclésiastique et militaire, méthodique et élémentaire pour l'étude de la géographie et de l'histoire : Ouvrage destiné specialement à l'instruction de la jeune noblesse de l'Ecole Royale Militaire. Adapté aux livres de géographie les plus suivis, entr'autres à ceux de Mm. l'Abbé Langlet du Frenoy ... et particulierement pour l'Abbé Nicole de la Croix ...Brion de la Tour, Louis.A Paris : Dirigé par le Sr. Desnos ... : A.P.D.R., 1772.
1772GermanyRecherches philosophiques sur les Américains, : ou Mémoires intéressants pour servir à l'histoire de l'espece humaine.Pauw, Cornelius, 1739-1799.A Cleves, : Chez J. G. Baerstecher, libraire., MDCCLXXII. [1772].
1772GermanyDéfense des Recherches philosophiques sur les AméricainsPauw, Cornelius, 1739-1799.A Berlin, : [chez George Jacques Decker], MDCCLXXII. [1772].
1772GermanyNachricht von der Provinz Virginien in Nord-America : nebst ausführlichen Beschreibung der entsetzlichen Wasser-Fluth so gedachte Provinz im Jahr 1771, Monaths May erlitten : als auch Beschreibung von der Schlacht und gänzlichen Ausrottung der Regulartorn in Nord-Carolina in America : deme annoch beygefüget eine ausführliche und accurate geographische Beschreibung der Provinz Pennsylvanien in Nord-America. Frankurt am Mayn : In J.G. Fleischers Buchhandlung, 1772.
1772PennsylvaniaA mite cast into the treasury: : or, Observations on slave-keeping.Cooper, David, 1725-1795.Philadelphia, : printed 1772. To be had at most of the booksellers in town., [1772].
1772PennsylvaniaA mite cast into the treasury: or, Observations on slave-keeping. [Two lines from Proverbs]Cooper, David, 1725-1795.Philadelphia : Printed 1772. To be had at most of the booksellers in town, [1772]
1773EnglandPoems on various subjects, religious and moral.Wheatley, Phillis, 1753-1784.London: : Printed for A. Bell, bookseller, Aldgate; and sold by Messrs. Cox and Berry, King-Street, Boston., M DCC LXXIII. [1773]
1773EnglandConsiderations on the Negroe cause commonly so called, : addressed to the Right Honourable Lord Mansfield, Lord Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench, &c.Estwick, Samuel, 1735 or 6-1795.London, : printed for J. Dodsley, in Pall-Mall., MDCCLXXIII. [1773]
1773EnglandPoems on various subjects, religious and moral. By Phillis Wheatley, negro servant to Mr. John Wheatley, of Boston, in New England.Wheatley, Phillis, 1753-1784.London : printed for A. Bell; and sold by Messrs. Cox and Berry, Boston, 1773.
1773EnglandThe way to the temple of true honor and fame by the paths of heroic virtue; : exemplified in the most entertaining lives of the most eminent persons of both sexes; on the plan laid down by Sir William Temple in his Essay of heroic virtue. : In four volumes.Cooke, William, b. 1745 or 6.Devizes : Printed and sold by T. Burrough, bookseller; ; [London] : Sold also by L. Davis, over against Gray's-Inn-Gate, Holbourn, London., 1773.
1773EnglandThe History of the British dominions in North America: : from the first discovery of that vast continent by Sebastian Cabot in 1497, to its present glorious establishment as confirmed by the late treaty of peace in 1763. : In fourteen books.. London: : Printed for W. Strahan; and T. Becket and Co. in the Strand., MDCCLXXIII. [1773]
1773EnglandAuthentic papers relative to the expedition against the Charibbs, and the sale of lands in the Island of St. Vincent. London : Printed for J. Almon, 1773.
1773MassachusettsA dissuasion to Great-Britain and the colonies, from the slave-trade to Africa. : Shewing the injustice thereof, &c. : Revised and abridged.Swan, James, 1754-1830.Boston: : Printed for J. Greenleaf, at the new printing-office, in Hanover-Street., 1773.
1773MassachusettsA forensic dispute on the legality of enslaving the Africans, : held at the public commencement in Cambridge, New-England, July 21st, 1773.Parsons, Theodore, 1751-1779.Boston: : Printed by John Boyle, for Thomas Leverett, near the post-office in Cornhill., MDCCLXXIII. [1773].
1773MassachusettsAn oration on the beauties of liberty : or the essential rights of the Americans. Delivered at the Second Baptist-Church in Boston, upon the last annual thanksgiving, Dec. 3d, 1772. Dedicated to the Right Honorable the Earl of Dartmouth. : Published by the earnest request of manyAllen, John, fl. 1741-1774.Boston: N.E. : printed and sold by E. Russell, 1773.
1773NetherlandsHistoire philosophique et politique des établissemens & du commerce des Européens dans les deux Indes.Raynal, abbé (Guillaume-Thomas-François), 1713-1796.A Amsterdam. : [s.n.], M. DCC. LXXIII. [1773]
1773NetherlandsHistoire philosophique et politique des etablissemens & du commerce des Européens dans les deux Indes.Raynal, abbé (Guillaume-Thomas-François), 1713-1796.A Amsterdam. : [s.n.], M. DCC. LXXIII. [1773]
1773New JerseyBrief considerations on slavery, and the expediency of its abolition. : With some hints on the means whereby it may be gradually effected. Recommended to the serious attention of all, and especially of those entrusted with the powers of legislation.Dillwyn, William, 1743-1824.Burlington [N.J.]: : Printed and sold by Isaac Collins,, 1773.
1773New JerseyAn essay on slavery, proving from Scripture its inconsistency with humanity and religion; in answer to a late publication, entitled, "The African trade for Negro slaves shewn to be consistent with principles of humanity, and with the laws of revealed religion." By Granville Sharp, Esq. With an introductory preface, containing the sentiments of the monthly reviewers on that publication; and the opinion of several eminent writers on the subject. To which is added, an elegy on the miserable state of an African slave, by the celebrated and ingenious William Shenstone, Esq.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.Burlington [N.J.] : printed and sold by Isaac Collins, 1773.
1773New JerseyAn essay on slavery, : proving from Scripture its inconsistency with humanity and religion; in answer to a late publication, entitled, "The African trade for Negro slaves shewn to be consistent with principles of humanity, and with the laws of revealed religion."Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.Burlington [N.J.]: : Printed and sold by Isaac Collins,, 1773.
1773New JerseyAn Account stated on the manumission of slaves : shewing, that in lieu of the usual security required, certain sums paid at several periods of manumission, will amply secure the publick, as well as their owners from any future burden. [Burlington, N.J. : Printed by Isaac Collins, 1773]
1773New JerseyAn Account stated on the manumission of slaves, shewing, that in lieu of the usual security required, certain sums paid at several periods of manumission, will amply secure the publick, as well as their owners from any future burden. [Burlington, N.J. : Printed by Isaac Collins, 1773]
1773PennsylvaniaAn address to the inhabitants of the British settlements, on the slavery of the Negroes in America. To which is added, A vindication of the address, in answer to a pamphlet entitled, "Slavery not forbidden in Scripture; or, A defence of the West India planters." By a Pennsylvanian. [Fifteen lines of verse, signed Proteus]Rush, Benjamin, 1746-1813.Philadelphia : Printed and sold by John Dunlap, M,DCC,LXXIII. [1773]
1773PennsylvaniaAn address to the inhabitants of the British settlements in America, upon slave-keeping. To which are added, observations on a pamphlet, entitled, "Slavery not forbidden by Scripture; or, A defence of the West-India planters." By a Pennsylvanian. [Fifteen lines of verse, signed Proteus]Rush, Benjamin, 1746-1813.Philadelphia : Printed and sold by John Dunlap, M,DCC,LXXIII. [1773]
1773PennsylvaniaSlavery not forbidden by Scripture. : Or A defence of the West-India planters, from the aspersions thrown out against them, by the author of a pamphlet, entitled, "An address to the inhabitants of the British settlements in America, upon slave-keeping."Nisbet, Richard.Philadelphia. : Printed, M,DCC,LXXIII. [1773]
1773PennsylvaniaAn address to the inhabitants of the British settlements in America, upon slave-keeping.Rush, Benjamin, 1746-1813.Philadelphia : Printed by John Dunlap, in Market-Street, M.DCC.LXXIII. [1773]
1773PennsylvaniaAn address to the inhabitants of the British settlements, on the slavery of the Negroes in America. : To which is added, A vindication of the address, in answer to a pamphlet entitled, "Slavery not forbidden in Scripture; or, A defence of the West India planters."Rush, Benjamin, 1746-1813.Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by John Dunlap., M,DCC,LXXIII. [1773].
1773PennsylvaniaAn address to the inhabitants of the British settlements in America, upon slave-keeping. : To which are added, observations on a pamphlet, entitled, "Slavery not forbidden by Scripture; or, A defence of the West-India planters."Rush, Benjamin, 1746-1813.Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by John Dunlap., M.DCC.LXXIII. [1773].
1773PennsylvaniaAn address to the inhabitants of the British settlements in America, upon slave-keeping..Rush, Benjamin, 1746-1813.Philadelphia: : Printed by John Dunlap, in Market-Street., M.DCC.LXXIII. [1773].
1773PennsylvaniaPersonal slavery established, by the suffrages of custom and right reason. : Being a full answer to the gloomy and visionary reveries, of all the fanatical and enthusiastical writers on that subject. Philadelphia: : Printed by John Dunlap, in Market-Street., M,DCC,LXXIII. [1773].
1773PennsylvaniaPersonal slavery established, by the suffrages of custom and right reason. Being a full answer to the gloomy and visionary reveries, of all the fanatical and enthusiastical writers on that subject. [Eight lines of quotations] Philadelphia : Printed by John Dunlap, in Market-Street, M,DCC,LXXIII. [1773]
1773United StatesAristotle's Complete master-piece. : In three parts. Displaying the secrets of nature in the generation of man. Regularly digested into chapters and sections, 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 human bodies..Aristotle's Masterpiece.[United States? : s.n.], Printed in the year, MDCCLXXIII. [i.e., 1773]
1774EnglandThe dying Negro : a poetical epistleDay, Thomas, 1748-1789.London : Printed for W. Flexney, 1774.
1774EnglandThe history of Jamaica. Or, General survey of the antient and modern state of that island: : with reflections on its situation, settlements, inhabitants, climate, products, commerce, laws, and government. In three volumes. Illustrated with copper plates..Long, Edward, 1734-1813.London: : Printed for T. Lowndes, in Fleet-Street., MDCCLXXIV. [1774]
1774EnglandThe present state of the British empire. : Containing a description of the kingdoms, principalities, islands, colonies, conquests, and of the military and commercial establishments, under the British crown, in Europe, Asia, Africa and America.Entick, John, 1703?-1773.London: : Printed for B. Law in Ave Maria Lane ... [and 5 others], 1774-1775..
1774EnglandSketches of the history of man. : In two volumes..Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.Edinburgh ; [London]: : Printed for W. Creech, Edinburgh; and for W. Strahan, and T. Cadell, London., MDCCLXXIV. [1774]
1774EnglandA political survey of Britain : being a series of reflections on the situation, lands, inhabitants, revenues, colonies, and commerce of this island. Intended to shew that we have not yet approached near the summit of improvement, but that it will afford employment to many generations before they push to their utmost extent the natural advantages of Great Britain : In two volumesCampbell, John, 1708-1775.London : Printed for the author and sold by Richardson and Urquhart [and 5 others], 1774.
1774EnglandAn argument in defence of the exclusive right claimed by the colonies to tax themselves : with a review of the laws of England, relative to representation and taxation. To which is added, an account of the rise of the colonies, and the manner in which the rights of the subjects within the realm were communicated to those that went to America, with the exercise of those rights from their first settlement to the present time. London : Printed for the author, and sold by Brotherton and Sewell; T. Evans, and W. Davis, 1774.
1774PennsylvaniaThoughts upon slavery.Wesley, John, 1703-1791.[Philadelphia] : London, printed: re-printed in Philadelphia, with notes, and sold by Joseph Crukshank., MD,CC,LXXIV. [1774]
1774PennsylvaniaThe surprizing yet real and true voyages and adventures of Monsieur Pierre Viaud. : A French sea-captain. To which is added, The shipwreck. A sentimental and descriptive poem, in three cantos.Viaud, Pierre.Philadelphia: : Printed by Robert Bell in Third-Street,, MDCCLXXIV. [1774]
1774PennsylvaniaThe works of John Woolman. : In two parts.Woolman, John, 1720-1772.Philadelphia: : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third Streets., M.DCC.LXXIV. [1774]
1774PennsylvaniaThe surprizing yet real and true voyages and adventures of Monsieur Pierre Viaud. A French sea-captain. To which is added, The shipwreck. A sentimental and descriptive poem, in three cantos. By William Falconer, an English sailor. [Two lines of verse]Viaud, Pierre.Philadelphia : Printed by Robert Bell in Third-Street, MDCCLXXIV. [1774]
1774PennsylvaniaThe works of John Woolman. In two parts.Woolman, John, 1720-1772.Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third Streets, M.DCC.LXXIV. [1774]
1774PennsylvaniaThe Potent enemies of America laid open: being some account of the baneful effects attending the use of distilled spirituous liquors, and the slavery of the Negroes. Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph Crukshank in market-Street, between Second and Third Streets, [1774]
1774PennsylvaniaThe potent enemies of America laid open: : being some account of the baneful effects attending the use of distilled spirituous liquors, and the slavery of the Negroes.. Philadelphia: : Printed by Joseph Crukshank in Market-Street, between Second and Third streets., [1774].
1774Rhode IslandA narrative of the most remarkable particulars in the life of James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw : an African princeGronniosaw, James Albert Ukawsaw.[Newport] : Bath printed; Newport, Rhode-Island: reprinted and sold by S. Southwick, 1774.
1775ConnecticutLiberty described and recommended : in a sermon, preached to the corporation of freemen in Farmington, at their meeting on Tuesday, September 20, 1774, and published at their desireHart, Levi, 1738-1808.Hartford : Printed by Eben. Watson, near the great bridge, M,DCC,LXXV. [1775]
1775EnglandThe substance of the evidence on the petition presented by the West-India planters and merchants to the Hon. House of Commons, : as it was introduc'd at the bar, and summ'd upGlover, Richard, 1712-1785.London: : printed by H.S. Woodfall, for T. Cadell, in the Strand; and sold by J. Wilkie, in St. Paul's Church-yard., [1775]
1775EnglandThe evidence delivered on the petition presented by the West-India planters and merchants to the Hon. House of Commons, : as it was introduc'd at the bar, and summ'd upGlover, Richard, 1712-1785.[London : s.n., 1775]
1775EnglandA voyage to the island of Mauritius, (or, Isle of France) the Isle of Bourbon, the Cape of Good Hope, &c. : With observations and reflections upon nature, and mankind.Saint-Pierre, Bernardin de, 1737-1814.London: : Printed for W. Griffin, no. 6, Catharine-Street, Strand., 1775.
1775EnglandSelect Dissertations on colonies and plantationsChild, Josiah, Sir, 1630-1699.London :bPrinted and sold by W. Hay, at the Artists Academy, near Exeter Exchange, Strand, 1775.
1775IrelandThoughts upon slavery. By John Wesley, A.M.Wesley, John, 1703-1791.Dublin : printed for W. Whitestone, 1775.
1775IrelandSketches of the history of man. : In four volumes.Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.Dublin. : Printed for the United Company of Booksellers., MDCCLXXV. [1775]
1775IrelandA political survey of Britain : being a series of reflections on the situation, lands, inhabitants, revenues, colonies, and commerce of this island. Intended to shew that we have not as yet approached near the summit of improvement, but that it will afford employment to many generations before they push to their utmost extent the natural advantages of Great Britain : In four volumesCampbell, John, 1708-1775.Dublin : T. Ewing, Capel-Street; and C. Jenkin, Dame-Street, 1775.
1775NetherlandsL'antiquité devoilée par ses usages : ou Examen critique des principales opinions, cérémonies et institutions religieuses et politiques des différens peuples de la terreBoulanger, Nicolas Antoine.A Amsterdam : Chez Marc-Michel Rey, 1775.
1775NetherlandsLes saisons, poëme.Saint-Lambert, Jean-François, marquis de, 1716-1803.A Amsterdam. : [s.n.], 1775.
1775PennsylvaniaA sermon on the present situation of American affairs : Preached in Christ-Church, June 23, 1775. At the request of the officers of the Third Battallion of the City of Philadelphia, and District of SouthwarkSmith, William, 1727-1803.Philadelphia : Printed and sold by James Humphreys, Junior, 1775.
1775PennsylvaniaThe works of John Woolman. : In two parts.Woolman, John, 1720-1772.Philadelphia: : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third Streets., M.DCC.LXXV. [1775]
1775PennsylvaniaThe works of John Woolman. In two parts.Woolman, John, 1720-1772.Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third Streets, M.DCC.LXXV. [1775]
1776ConnecticutA dialogue, concerning the slavery of the Africans; : shewing it to be the duty and interest of the American colonies to emancipate all their African slaves: with an address to the owners of such slaves. Dedicated to the Honorable the Continental Congress..Hopkins, Samuel, 1721-1803.Norwich [Conn.]: : Printed and sold by Judah P. Spooner., 1776..
1776EnglandThe law of liberty, or, Royal law, by which all mankind will certainly be judged! : Earnestly recommmended to the serious consideration of all slaveholders and slavedealers.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.London: : Printed for B. White, at Horace's Head, in Fleet Street; and E. and C. Dilly, in the Poultry., 1776.
1776EnglandThe law of passive obedience; or Christian submission to personal injuries: : wherein is shewn, that the several texts of Scripture, which command the entire submission of servants or slaves to their masters, cannot authorize the latter to exact an involuntary servitude, nor, in the least degree, justify the claims of modern slaveholders.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.[London : s.n., 1776]
1776EnglandThe just limitation of slavery in the laws of God, : compared with the unbounded claims of the African traders and British American slaveholders.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.London: : Printed for B. White, in Fleet-Street, and E. and C. Dilly, in the Poultry., 1776.
1776EnglandLetters of the late Rev. Mr. Laurence Sterne, to his most intimate friends. : With a fragment in the manner of Rabelais. To which are prefix'd, Memoirs of his life and family,Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768.London: : Printed for T, [sic] Becket, the corner of the Adelphi, in the Strand., 1776.
1776EnglandThe law of retribution; or, A serious warning to Great Britain and her colonies, : founded on unquestionable examples of God's temporal vengeance against tyrants, slave-holders, and oppressors. The examples are selected from predictions in the Old Testament, of national judgements, which (being compared with their actual accomplishment) demonstrate "the sure word of prophecy," as well as the immediate interposition of Divine Providence, to recompence impenitent nations according to their works.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.London : Printed by W. Richardson, for B. White, at Horace's Head, in Fleet Street; and E. and C. Dilly, in the Poultry., 1776.
1776EnglandThe law of retribution; or, A serious warning to Great Britain and her colonies, : founded on unquestionable examples of God's temporal vengeance against tyrants, slave-holders, and oppressors. The examples are selected from predictions in the Old Testament, of national judgements, which (being compared with their actual accomplishment) demonstrate "the sure word of prophecy," as well as the immediate interposition of Divine Providence, to recompence impenitent nations according to their works.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.London: : Printed by W. Richardson, for B. White, at Horace's Head, in Fleet Street; and E. and C. Dilly, in the Poultry., 1776.
1776FranceHistoire de Loango, Kakongo, et autres royaumes d'Afrique : rédigée d'après les mémoires des préfets apostoliques de la mission françoise; enrichie d'une carte utile aux navigateurs: dédiée a monsieurProyart, abbé, 1743?-1808.A Paris : Chez C.P. Berton, Libraire. N. Crapart, Libraire ; A Lyon : Chez Bruyset-Ponthus, Imprimeur-Libraire, 1776 [de l'Imprimerie de P.G. Simon]
1776FranceObservations sur les maladies des Negres, : leurs causes, leurs traitemens et les moyens de les prévenir.Dazille, Jean-Barthélémi, d. 1812.A Paris, : chez Didot le Jeune, libraire, quai des Augustins. : De l'imprimerie de Stoupe, rue de la Harpe., 1776.
1776FranceConsidérations sur l'état présent de la colonie française de Saint-Domingue : Ouvrage politique et législatif; présenté au ministre de la marineHilliard d'Auberteuil, Michel-René, ca. 1740-1789.A Paris : Chez Grangé, imprimeur-libraire; & au Cabinet-littéraire, 1776-1777.
1776GermanyDe generis humani varietate nativa liber : cum figuris aeri incisisBlumenbach, Johann Friedrich, 1752-1840.Goettingae : Apud Viduam Abr. Vandenhoeck, 1776.
1776PennsylvaniaThe fall of British tyranny : or, American liberty triumphant. The first campaign. A tragi-comedy of five acts, as lately planned at the Royal Theatrum Pandemonium, at St. James's. The principal place of action in America. Publish'd according to act of Parliament.Leacock, John, 1729-1802.Philadelphia : printed by Styner and Cist, 1776.
1776PennsylvaniaSix sketches on the history of man. : Containing, the progress of men as individuals. ... : With an appendix, concerning, the propagation of animals, and the care of their offspring.Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.Philadelphia: : Sold by R. Bell, in Third-Street, and R. Aitken, in Front-Street,, M,DCC,LXXVI. [1776]
1776PennsylvaniaThe fall of British tyranny : or, American liberty triumphant. The first campaign. A tragi-comedy of five acts, as lately planned at the Royal Theatrum Pandemonium, at St. James's. The principal place of action in America. Publish'd according to act of Parliament.Leacock, John, 1729-1802.Philadelphia : printed by Styner and Cist, 1776.
1776PennsylvaniaThe fall of British tyranny : or, American liberty triumphant. The first campaign. A tragi-comedy of five acts, as lately planned at the Royal Theatrum Pandemonium, at St. James's. The principal place of action in America. Publish'd according to act of Parliament.Leacock, John, 1729-1802.Philadelphia : printed by Styner and Cist, 1776.
1776PennsylvaniaThe fall of British tyranny: or, American liberty triumphant. The first campaign. A tragi-comedy of five acts, as lately planned at the Royal Theatrum Pandemonium, at St. James's. The principal place of action in America. Publish'd according to act of Parliament. [Three lines of quotation]Leacock, John, 1729-1802.Philadelphia : Printed by Styner and Cist, in Second-Street, near Arch-Street, MDCCLXXVI. [1776]
1776PennsylvaniaSix sketches on the history of man. Containing, the progress of men as individuals. ... With an appendix, concerning, the propagation of animals, and the care of their offspring. By Henry Home, Lord Kaims, author of the Elements of criticism.Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.Philadelphia : Sold by R. Bell, in Third-Street, and R. Aitken, in Front-Street, M,DCC,LXXVI. [1776]
1776Rhode IslandTo the public.Stiles, Ezra, 1727-1795.[Newport, R.I. : Printed by Solomon Southwick, 1776]
1776ScotlandA philosophical and political history of the British settlements and trade in North America.Raynal, abbé (Guillaume-Thomas-François), 1713-1796.Edinburgh: : Printed by C. MacFarquhar. Sold by the booksellers., M.DCC.LXXVI. [1776]
1777EnglandOroonoko. A tragedy.Southerne, Thomas, 1660-1746.London: : Printed for John Bell, near Exeter-Exchange, in the Strand., 1777.
1777EnglandA philosophical and political history of the settlements and trade of the Europeans in the East and West Indies.Raynal, abbé (Guillaume-Thomas-François), 1713-1796.London: : Printed for T. Cadell. -- And J. Balfour, and C. Elliot, Edinburgh., M,DCC,LXXVII [1777].
1777EnglandA voyage to East-India; : wherein some things are taken notice of, in our passage thither, but many more in our abode there, within that rich and most spacious empire of the Great Mogul: mixt with some parallel observations and inferences upon the story, to profit as well as delight the reader. Reprinted from the edition of 1655. With copper-plates.Terry, Edward, 1590-1660.London: : Printed for J. Wilkie, No. 71, St. Paul's Church-Yard; W. Cater, No. 274, and S. Hayes, No. 92, Holborn; and E. Easton, at Salisbury., 1777.
1777EnglandAn account of the European settlements in America : In six parts ... Each part contains an accurate description of the settlements in it, their extent, climate, productions, trade, genius and disposition of their inhabitants: the interests of the several powers of Europe with respect to those settlements; and their political and commercial views with regard to each other : In two volumes.Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.London : printed for J. Dodsley, in Pall-Mall, 1777.
1777EnglandA philosophical and political history of the settlements and trade of the Europeans in the East and West Indies.Raynal, abbé (Guillaume-Thomas-François), 1713-1796.London: : Printed for T. Cadell, in the Strand., M DCC LXXVII [1777].
1777FranceRecherches historiques et géographiques sur le Nouveau-monde.Schérer, Jean-Benoît, 1741-1824.A Paris, : chez Brunet, libraire, rue des Écrivains., 1777.
1777GermanyC.G.A. Oldendorps Geschichte der Mission der evangelischen Brüder auf den caraibischen Inseln S. Thomas, S. Croix und S. Jan.Oldendorp, C. G. A. (Christian Georg Andreas), 1721-1787.Barby, : Bey Christian Friedrich Laux, und in Leipzig in Commission bey Weidmanns Erben und Reich., 1777..
1777GermanyRecherches philosophiques sur les Américains, : ou Mémoires intéressants pour servir à l'histoire de l'espece humaine.Pauw, Cornelius, 1739-1799.A Berlin. : [s.n.], M.DCC.LXXVII. [1777].
1777NetherlandsHistoire philosophique et politique des établissements & du commerce des Européens dans les deux Indes.Raynal, abbé (Guillaume-Thomas-François), 1713-1796.A Maestricht, : Chez Jean-Edme Dufour & Philippe Roux, imprimeurs & libraires, associés., M. DCC. LXXVII [1777].
1777PennsylvaniaObservations on the slaves and the indented servants, inlisted in the army, and in the navy of the United States.Antibiastes.[Philadelphia] : [Printed by Styner and Cist], [1777].
1777PolandHistorische und geographische Beschreibung der zwölf vereinigten Kolonien von Nord-Amerika : nebst einer Abschilderung des gegenwärtigen Zustandes von Grossbrittannien.Löwe, Andreas Friedrich.Bunzlau : Gedruckt und zu finden im Waisenhause, [1777]
1778EnglandThe history of America, : from its discovery by Columbus to the conclusion of the late war. With an appendix, containing an account of the rise and progress of the present unhappy contest between Great Britain and her colonies.Russell, William, 1741-1793.London: : Printed for Fielding and Walker, No. 20, Pater-noster-Row., MDCCLXXVIII. [1778]
1778EnglandLetters and essays on the small-pox and inoculation, the measles, the dry belly-ache, the yellow, and remitting, and intermitting fevers of the West Indies. : To which are added, Thoughts on the hydrocephalus internus, and observations on hydatides in the heads of cattle. London, : Printed for J. Murray, no. 32, Fleet-Street, and C. Elliot, Edinburgh., MDCCLXXVIII. [1778]
1778GermanyBeschreibung des brittischen Amerika zur Ersparung der englischen Karten. : Nebst einer Special-Karte der mittlern brittischen Colonien.Leiste, Christian, 1738-1815.[Wolfenbüttel] : Daselbst gedruckt mit Bindseilschen Schriften,, 1778..
1778PennsylvaniaSerious considerations on several important subjects : viz. On war and its inconsistency with the Gospel. Observations on slavery. And remarks on the nature and bad effects of spirituous liquors.Benezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.Philadelphia : printed by Joseph Crukshank, 1778.
1778PennsylvaniaIn General Assembly of Pennsylvania, Tuesday, September 1, 1778. ... : An act for the recovery of the duties on negroes and mulatto slaves, which on the fourth day of July, one thousand seven hundred and seventy five, were due in this state, and have since accrued, and for appointing a collector of the said duties.Pennsylvania. General Assembly.[Philadelphia : Printed by John dunlap, 1778]
1778PennsylvaniaSerious considerations on several important subjects; viz. On war and its inconsistency with the Gospel. Observations on slavery. And remarks on the nature and bad effects of spirituous liquors. [Twelve lines of quotations]Benezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third-Streets, 1778.
1779EnglandAn historical account of the rise and progress of the colonies of South Carolina and Georgia. : In two volumes..Hewatt, Alexander.[London] : Printed for Alexander Donaldson, no. 48. St. Paul's Church-Yard, London., M.DCC.LXXIX. [1779]
1779EnglandAn historical account of the rise and progress of the colonies of South Carolina and Georgia. In two volumes. ...Hewatt, Alexander.[London] : Printed for Alexander Donaldson, London, 1779.
1779EnglandAn historical account of the rise and progress of the colonies of South Carolina and Georgia. In two volumes. ...Hewatt, Alexander.[London] : Printed for Alexander Donaldson, London, 1779.
1779IrelandSketches of the history of man. : In two volumes..Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.Dublin: : Printed by James Williams, no. 21, Skinner-Row., M.DCC.LXXIX. [1779]
1779SpainHistoria coro-graphica natural y evangelica dela Nueva Andalucia provincias de Cumaná, Guayana y vertientes del Rio Orinoco : dedicada al rei n.s. D. Carlos IIICaulín, Antonio, 1719-1802.En Madrid : por Juan de San Martin, Impresor de la Secretaría de Estado, y del Despacho universal de Indias, Año de 1779.
1779SwitzerlandEssai sur la colonie de Sainte-LucieChardon, Daniel-Marc-Antoine, 1731-1805.A Neuchatel : de l'imprimerie de la Société typographique, 1779.
1780EnglandThe ancient and modern history of the Brethren: : or, A succinct narrative of the Protestant Church of the United Brethren, or, Unitas Fratrum, in the remoter ages, and particularly in the present century:Cranz, David, 1723-1777.London: : printed by W. and A. Strahan; and sold by J. Robson, in Bond-Street; T. Cadell, in the Strand; C. Dilly, in the Poultry; and at the settlements and chapels of the congregations of the Brethren., 1780.
1780EnglandThe new and universal system of geography: : being a complete modern history and description of the whole world. : Containing a particular, full, accurate, circumstantial, and entertaining account, including the antient and present state, of all the various countries of Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, ... Including all the valuable discoveries made in the most remarkable voyages and travels to different parts of the world from the earliest times to the present year; ...Millar, George Henry.London: : printed for Alex. Hogg, No. 16, Pater-noster Row., [178-?]
1780FranceTraité des fièvres de l'isle de St.-Domingue, : avec un mémoire sur les avantages qu'il y auroit à changer la nourriture des gens de mer.Poissonnier-Desperrières, Antoine, 1722-1793.A Paris, : De l'Imprimerie royale., M. DCCLXXX. [1780].
1780FranceAbrégé de l'Histoire générale des voyages, : contenant ce qu'il y a de plus remarquable, de plus utile & de mieux avéré dans les pays où les voyageurs ont pénétré; les mœurs des habitans, la religion, les usages, arts & sciences, commerce, manufactures; enrichie de cartes géographiques & de figures.Histoire générale des voyages. Selections.A Paris, : Hôtel de Thou, rue des Poitevins., M.DCC.LXXX.-M.DCCC.I. [1780-1801]
1780ItalyStoria dell' AmericaRobertson, William, 1721-1793.In Pisa MDCCXXX. : Per Francesco Pieraccini con approvazione., [1780]
1780PennsylvaniaA short account of the people called Quakers; their rise, religious principles and settlement in America, mostly collected from different authors, for the information of all serious inquirers, particularly foreigners. By Anthony Benezet.Benezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third Streets, [1780]
1780PennsylvaniaA short account of the people called Quakers; their rise, religious principles and settlement in America, mostly collected from different authors, for the information of all serious inquirers, particularly foreigners. By Anthony Benezet.Benezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third-Streets, M,DCC,LXXX. [1780]
1780PennsylvaniaA short account of the people called Quakers; their rise, religious principles and settlement in America, mostly collected from different authors, for the information of all serious inquirers, particularly foreigners. By Anthony Benezet.Benezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third-Streets, M,DCC,LXXX. [1780]
1780PennsylvaniaA short account of the people called Quakers : their rise, religious principles and settlement in America, mostly collected from different authors, ...Benezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.Philadelphia : printed by Joseph Crukshank, 1780.
1780PennsylvaniaA short account of the people called Quakers : their rise, religious principles and settlement in America, mostly collected from different authors ...Benezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.Philadelphia : printed by Joseph Crukshank, 1780.
1780PennsylvaniaA short account of the people called Quakers : their rise, religious principles and settlement in America, mostly collected from different authors, ...Benezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.Philadelphia : printed by Joseph Crukshank, 1780.
1780PennsylvaniaA short account of the people called Quakers : their rise, religious principles and settlement in America, mostly collected from different authors, for the information of all serious inquirers, particularly foreignersBenezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.Philadelphia : printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third Streets, [1780].
1780PennsylvaniaNotes on the slave trade, &c.Benezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.[Philadelphia?, ca. 1780]
1780PennsylvaniaNotes on the slave trade, &c.Benezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.[Philadelphia? : s.n., 178-?].
1780PennsylvaniaNotes on the slave trade.Benezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.[Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, 1781]
1780PennsylvaniaA short account of the people called Quakers; their rise, religious principles and settlement in America, mostly collected from different authors, for the information of all serious inquirers, particularly foreigners. By Anthony Benezet.Benezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third-Streets, M,DCC,LXXX. [1780]
1780PennsylvaniaExtract from an address in the Virginia Gazette, of March 19, 1767.Lee, Arthur, 1740-1792.[Philadelphia, Pa. : printed by Joseph Crukshank, 1780?]
1780PennsylvaniaAn extract from a treatise on the spirit of prayer, or The soul rising out of the vanity of time into the riches of eternity. : With some thoughts on war: Remarks on the nature and bad effects of the use of spirituous liquors. And considerations on slavery..Law, William, 1686-1761.Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-street; between Second and Third-streets., MDCCLXXX. [1780]
1780SwitzerlandRéflexions historiques et politiques sur le commerce de France avec ses colonies de l'Amérique.Weuves, le jeuneA Geneve; et se trouve a Paris, : Chez L. Cellot, imprimeur-libraire, rue Dauphine, la seconde porte cochere à droite en entrant par le Pont-Neuf, au fond de la cour., 1780.
1780SwitzerlandVenus physique.Maupertuis, 1698-1759.Geneve, : Chez Jean Samuel Cailler., M.DCC.LXXX. [1780]
1780SwitzerlandAtlas de toutes les parties connues du globe terrestre, dressé pour l'Histoire philosophique & politique des établissemens & du commerce des européens dans les deux Indes.Bonne, Rigobert, 1727-1794.[Genève, J. L. Pellet, 1780]
1781EnglandA general account of the calamities occasioned by the late tremendous hurricanes and earthquakes in the West-India islands, foreign as well as domestic: : with the petitions to, and resolutions of, the House of Commons, in behalf of the sufferers at Jamaica and Barbados: : also a list of the committee appointed to manage the subscriptions of the benevolent public, towards their further relief. London: : printed for J. Stockdale, opposite Burlington-House, Piccadilly, and W. Richardson, opposite Salisbury-Street, Strand., MDCCLXXXI. [1781]
1781GermanyThéorie des loix criminellesBrissot de Warville, J.-P. (Jacques-Pierre), 1754-1793.A Berlin : [s.n.], 1781.
1781NetherlandsEssai sur la physiognomonie, : destiné à faire connoître l'homme & à le faire aimer.Lavater, Johann Caspar, 1741-1801.Imprimé à La Haye. : [by Jaques van Karnebeek, 1781-1803]
1781PennsylvaniaShort observations on slavery, introductory to some extracts from the writing of the Abbe Raynal, on that important subject.Benezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.[Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, 1781?]
1781PennsylvaniaState of Pennsylvania. In General Assembly, Friday, December 28, 1781. A.M. : The bill, entituled An act to redress certain grievances, under which the inhabitants of Westmoreland and Washington counties labour, was read a second time, and having been debated by paragraphs, ordered, that it be transcribed for a third reading, and in the mean time printed for public consideration.Pennsylvania. General Assembly.[Philadelphia, Pa.] : Printed by Hall and Sellers., [1781]
1781PennsylvaniaShort observations on slavery, introductory to some extracts from the writing of the Abbe Raynal, on that important subject.Benezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.[Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, 1781?]
1781SwitzerlandHistoire philosophique et politique des établissemens et du commerce des Européens dans les deux Indes.Raynal, abbé (Guillaume-Thomas-François), 1713-1796.A Geneve, : Chez Jean-Leonard Pellet, imprimeur de la Ville & de l'Académie., M. DCC. LXXXI [1781].
1781SwitzerlandRéflexions sur l'esclavage des negres.Condorcet, Jean-Antoine-Nicolas de Caritat, marquis de, 1743-1794.A Neufchatel, : chez la Société Typographique., 1781.
1782EnglandLetters from an American farmer : describing certain provincial situations, manners, and customs, not generally known; ... of the British colonies in North America. Written for the information of a friend in EnglandSt. John de Crèvecoeur, J. Hector, 1735-1813.London : printed for Thomas Davies, and Lockyer Davis, 1782.
1782EnglandLetters from an American farmer; describing certain provincial situations, manners, and customs, not generally known; ... Written for the information of a friend in England, by J. Hector St. John, ...St. John de Crèvecoeur, J. Hector, 1735-1813.London : printed for Thomas Davies, and Lockyer Davis, 1782.
1782EnglandTravels in Europe, Asia, and Africa; : describing characters, customs, manners, laws, and productions of nature and art: containing various remarks on the political and commercial interests of Great Britain: and delineating, in particular, a new system for the government and improvement of the British settlements in the East Indies: begun in the year 1777, and finished in 1781. In two volumes. Vol. I[-II].Macintosh, William, 18th cent.London: : Printed for J. Murray, No. 32, Fleet-Street., MDCCLXXXII [1782]
1782FranceVoyages autour du monde, et vers les deux poles, par terre et par mer, : pendant les années 1767, 1768, 1769, 1770, 1771, 1773, 1774, & 1776.Pagès, Monsieur de (Pierre Marie François), 1748-1793.A Paris, : Chez Moutard, imprimeur-libraire, rue des Mathurins, no. 334., M. DCC. LXXXII. [1782].
1782FranceNotes on the state of Virginia; : written in the year 1781, somewhat corrected and enlarged in the winter of 1782, for the use of a foreigner of distinction, in answer to certain queries proposed by him ...Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.[Paris : Printed by Phillipe Denis Pierres], MDCCLXXXII. [1782 i.e. 1785]
1782IrelandLetters from an American farmer : describing certain provincial situations, manners, and customs, not generally known; ... of the British colonies in North America. Written for the information of a friend in EnglandSt. John de Crèvecoeur, J. Hector, 1735-1813.Dublin : printed by John Exshaw, 1782.
1782Rhode IslandList of inhabitants in the town of [blank] : Whites. Indians. Mulattoes. Blacks. ...Rhode Island.[Providence, R.I.? : Printed by John Carter?, 1782?]
1782SwitzerlandVoyage de Chapelle et de Bachaumont, : suivi de quelques autres voyages dans le même genre..Chapelle, Claude Emmanuel Lhuillier, 1626-1686.A Genève. : [s.n.], 1782..
1783EnglandA serious address to the rulers of America, on the inconsistency of their conduct respecting slavery: : forming a contrast between the encroachments of England on American liberty, and American injustice in tolerating slavery.Cooper, David, 1725-1795.[London] : Trenton printed: London, reprinted by J. Phillips, in George-Yard, Lombard-Street., 1783.
1783EnglandSermons on several subjects.Porteus, Beilby, 1731-1809.London: : Printed for T. Payne and Son, at the Mews Gate, and T. Cadell, in the Strand., MDCCLXXXIII. [1783].
1783EnglandA view of the constitution of the British colonies : in North-America and the West Indies, at the time the civil war broke out on the continent of America. In which notice is taken of such alterations as have happened since that time, down to the present period. With a variety of colony precedents, which are chiefly adapted to the British West India islands; and may be useful to those, who have any intercourse with the colonies.Stokes, Anthony, 1736-1799.London: : Printed for the author: and sold by B. White, in Fleet-Street., 1783.
1783EnglandSermons on several subjects.Porteus, Beilby, 1731-1809.London. : Printed for T. Payne and Son, at the Mews Gate, and T. Cadell, in the Strand., MDCCLXXXIII. [1783].
1783EnglandThe case of our fellow-creatures, the oppressed Africans : respectfully recommended to the serious consideration of the legislature of Great-BritainBenezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.London : printed by James Phillips, 1783.
1783EnglandA philosophical and political history of the settlements and trade of the Europeans in the East and West Indies.Raynal, abbé (Guillaume-Thomas-François), 1713-1796.London: : Printed for W. Strahan; and T. Cadell, in the Strand., MDCCLXXXIII [1783].
1783EnglandThe case of our fellow-creatures, the oppressed Africans, respectfully recommended to the serious consideration of the legislature of Great-Britain, by the people called Quakers.Benezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.London : printed by James Phillips, 1783.
1783EnglandLetters of the late Ignatius Sancho, an African. : In two volumes. To which are prefixed, memoirs of his life. The first[-second] volume.Sancho, Ignatius, 1729-1780.London: : Printed for J. Nichols; and C. Dilly, in the Poultry., 1783.
1783EnglandThe polite traveller : being a modern view of the thirteen United States of America ... Containing a concise account of their first settlements, principal cities and towns, air, soil, produce, manufactures and commerce ... To which is prefixed, an account of the persons, singular customs and manners, of the original inhabitants of America. Embellished with an elegant map ... London : Printed for John Fielding, [1783].
1783FranceArrêt du Conseil d'État du roi, : qui permet aux bâtimens étrangers arrivans directement des côtes d'Afrique, avec des cargaisons de cent quatre-vingts noirs, au moins, d'aborder dans le port principal de chacune des îles de la Martinique, la Guadeloupe, Sainte-Lucie & Tabago, jusqu'au I.er août 1786, & d'y vendre lesdits noirs, en payant pour chaque tête de noirs, négresses, négrillons ou négrites, un droit de cent livres argent de France, dont le produit sera employé en primes sur les noirs, provenant de la traite franc?oise, qui seront introduits pendant le même temps audites Isles du Vent. Du 28 juin 1783. Extrait des registres du Conseil d'État..France. Conseil d'EtatA Paris, : De l'Imprimerie royale., 1783..
1783HaitiRéponse pour Messire Simon-Charles Boutin, receveur-général des finances de la province de Touraine; : et Messire Charles Boutin de la Coulonniere, son frère, conseiller d'État; contre les sieur & dame de Santo Domingue..Chachereau, avocat.[Port-au-Prince, Haiti] : De l'Imprimerie royale du Port-au-Prince., 1783..
1783New JerseyA serious address to the rulers of America, on the inconsistency of their conduct respecting slavery: : forming a contrast between the encroachments of England on American liberty, and, American injustice in tolerating slavery.Cooper, David, 1725-1795.Trenton [N.J.]: : printed by Isaac Collins,, 1783.
1783New JerseyA serious address to the rulers of America on the inconsistency of their conduct respecting slavery: forming a contrast between the encroachments of England on American liberty, and American injustice in tolerating slavery. [Two lines of quotation]Cooper, David, 1725-1795.Trenton [N.J.] : Printed by Isaac Collins, M.DCC.LXXXIII. [1783]
1783PennsylvaniaA short account of the people called Quakers : their rise, religious principles and settlement in America. Mostly collected from different authors, for the information of all serious inquirers, particularly foreignersBenezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.Philadelphia : printed by Enoch Story, at his printing-office, in Strawberry-Alley, opposite Trotter's Alley, 1783.
1783PennsylvaniaAn authentic narrative of some remarkable and interesting particulars in the life of Mr. Newton : Communicated, in a series of letters, to the Reverend Mr Haweis, Rector of Aldwinkle, Northamptonshire; and by him, at the request of friends, now made public.Newton, John, 1725-1807.[Philadelphia] : Printed in the year, 1783.
1783SwitzerlandVoyages autour du monde, et vers les deux poles, par terre et par mer, : pendant les années 1767, 1768, 1769, 1770, 1771, 1773, 1774, & 1776Pagès, Monsieur de (Pierre Marie François), 1748-1793.A Berne, : Chez la Nouvelle Société Typographique, ; & a Lausanne, : Chez Jean-Pierre Heubach & Compagnie., 1783.
1784ConnecticutGeography made easy. : Being a short, but comprehensive system of that very useful and agreeable science. ... Illustrated with two correct and elegant maps, one of the world, and the other of the United States, together with a number of newly constructed maps, adapted to the capacities and understanding of children. : Calculated particularly for the use and improvement of schools in the United States.Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826.New-Haven: : Printed by Meigs, Bowen and Dana, in Chapel-Street., [1784]
1784EnglandTravels to the coast of Arabia Felix: and from thence by the Red-Sea and Egypt, to Europe. : Containing a short account of an expedition undertaken against the Cape of Good Hope. In a series of lettersRooke, Henry.London: : Printed for R. Blamire, in the Strand., M DCC LXXXIV. [1784]
1784EnglandFragment of an original letter on the slavery of the Negroes; : written in the year 1776,Day, Thomas, 1748-1789.London: : Printed for John Stockdale, opposite Burlington House, Piccadilly., 1784.
1784EnglandThoughts on the late proceedings of government, respecting the trade of the West India islands with the United States of North America. The second edition, corrected and enlarged. To which is now first added a postscript, addressed to the Right Honourable Lord Shefield [i.e. Sheffield]Edwards, Bryan, 1743-1800.London : Printed for T. Cadell, 1784.
1784EnglandAn essay on the treatment and conversion of African slaves in the British sugar colonies.Ramsay, James, 1733-1789.London: : Printed and sold by James Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard-Street., M.DCC.LXXXIV. [1784]
1784EnglandA caution to Great Britain and her colonies, in a short representation of the calamitous state of the enslaved Negroes in the British Dominions. A new edition. By Ant. Benezet.Benezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.London : Philadelphia printed: London reprinted and sold by James Phillips, 1784.
1784EnglandA tour in the United States of America; : containing an account of the present situation of that country; the population, agriculture, commerce, customs, and manners of the inhabitants; anecdotes of several members of the Congress, and general officers in the America army; and many other very singular and interesting occurrences. With a description of the Indian nations, the general face of the country, mountains, forests, rivers, and the most beautiful, grand, and picturesque views throughout that vast continent. Likewise improvements in husbandry that may be adopted with great advantage in Europe.Stuart, John Ferdinand Smyth, 1745-1814.London, : Printed for G. Robinson, Pater-noster-Row; J. Robson, New Bond-Street; and J. Sewell, Cornhill., 1784.
1784EnglandAn inquiry into the effects of putting a stop to the African slave trade, and of granting liberty to the slaves in the British sugar colonies.Ramsay, James, 1733-1789.London: : Printed and sold by James Phillips, in George-Yard, Lombard-Street., 1784..
1784EnglandA treatise on the glandular disease of Barbadoes: : proving it to be seated in the lymphatic system.Hendy, James.London: : printed for C. Dilly, in the Poultry., M.DCC.LXXXIV. [1784]
1784EnglandLetters of the late Ignatius Sancho, an African. : To which are prefixed, memoirs of his life.Sancho, Ignatius, 1729-1780.London: : Printed by J. Nichols; and sold by C. Dilly, in the Poultry., 1784.
1784EnglandA tour in the United States of America: containing an account of the present situation of that country; ... With a description of the Indian nations, ... By J. F. D. Smyth, ...Stuart, John Ferdinand Smyth, 1745-1814.London : printed for G. Robinson; J. Robson; and J. Sewell, 1784.
1784EnglandA caution to Great Britain and her colonies : in a short representation of the calamitous state of the enslaved negroes in the British dominionsBenezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.[London] ; Philadelphia printed, London reprinted and sold : by James Phillips, in George-Yard, Lombard-Street, 1784.
1784EnglandThoughts on the slavery of the negroes.Woods, Joseph.London : printed and sold by James Phillips, 1784.
1784EnglandThe case of our fellow-creatures, the oppressed Africans : respectfully recommended to the serious consideration of the legislature of Great-BritainBenezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.London : printed by James Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard-Street, 1784.
1784FranceLettres d'un cultivateur américain : 'ecrites à W. S. Ecuyer, depuis l'ann'ee 1770, jusqu'à 1781. Traduites de l'Anglois par ***. ...St. John de Crèvecoeur, J. Hector, 1735-1813.Paris : chez Cuchet, libraire, 1784.
1784FranceArrêt du Conseil d'État du roi, qui, à compter du 10 novembre prochain, convertit en gratifications & primes l'exemption du demi-droit accordée aux denrées coloniales provenant de la traite des noirs. Du 26 octobre 1784. : Extrait des registres du Conseil d'État.France. Conseil d'EtatA Paris, : De l'Imprimerie royale., 1784.
1784FranceEssai Sur Les Caracteres Qui Distinguent Les Cotons Des Diverses Parties Du Monde, Et sur les différenses qui résultent pour leur emploi dans les Arts : Mémoire couronné à la Rentrée publique de l'Académie Royale des Sciences, le 21 Avril 1784.Quatremère-Disjonval, Adjudant-général batave (Denis-Bernard), 1754-1830.Paris : De l'Imprimerie de Demonville, 1784.
1784MassachusettsThoughts on the late proceedings of government respecting the trade of the West India Islands with the United States of North AmericaEdwards, Bryan, 1743-1800.[Boston] : London printed: re-printed and sold by Weeden and Barrett, at E. Russell's office, Essex Street, Boston; and William Green, Shakespear's Head, no. 42, M,DCC,LXXXIV. [1784]
1784MassachusettsYarico to Inkle, : an epistle. Springfield [Mass.]: : Printed by Elisha Babcock,, M,DCC,LXXXIV. [1784]
1784NetherlandsLe spectateur américain. Ou Remarques générales sur l'Amérique septentrionale et sur la république des treize-Etats-Unis. : Suivi de Recherches philosophiques sur la découverte du Nouveau-monde.Mandrillon, Joseph, 1743-1794.A Amsterdam, : Chez les héritiers E. van Harrevelt., MDCCLXXXIV. [1784]
1784New YorkA letter from ********, in London, to his friend in America, on the subject of the slave-trade; together with some extracts, from approved authors of matters of fact, confirming the principles contained in said letter. [Four lines of Scripture texts]Day, Thomas, 1748-1789.New-York : Printed by Samuel Loudon, no. 5, Water-Street, M,DCC,LXXXIV. [1784]
1784PennsylvaniaObservations upon Negro-slavery.Crawford, Charles, b. 1752.Philadelphia: : printed and sold by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third-Streets., 1784.
1784PennsylvaniaThe case of our fellow-creatures, the oppressed Africans : respectfully recommended to the serious consideration of the legislature of Great BritainBenezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.[Philadelphia] ; London, printed: Philadelphia re-printed : by Joseph Crukshank, 1784.
1784PennsylvaniaThe case of our fellow-creatures, the oppressed Africans, respectfully recommended to the serious consideration of the legislature of Great-Britain, by the people called Quakers.London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends)[Philadelphia] : London, printed: Philadelphia: re-printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third-Streets, MDCCLXXXIV [1784]
1784PennsylvaniaRules for the regulation of the Society for the Relief of Free Negroes, and Others, Unlawfully Held in Bondage. : Instituted in Philadelphia in the year 1784. : To which are prefixed, the acts of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, respecting the gradual abolition of slavery..Society for the Relief of Free Negroes, Unlawfully Held in Bondage.Philadelphia: : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third-Streets., M DCC LXXXIV. [1784].
1784PennsylvaniaFragment of an original letter on the slavery of the Negroes;Day, Thomas, 1748-1789.Philadelphia: : Printed by Francis Bailey, at Yorick's Head., 1784.
1784PennsylvaniaObservations upon Negro-slavery. [Seven lines of Scripture texts] The author Charles Crawford.Crawford, Charles, b. 1752.Philadelphia : Printed and sold by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third-Streets, MDCCLXXXIV. [1784]
1784PennsylvaniaA Collection of religious tracts, : plainly setting forth the great truths of the Gospel, for the instruction of the youth and others particularly those of the black people. Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Enoch Story, in Strawberry-Alley., M,DCC,LXXXIV. [1784]
1785ConnecticutA dialogue concerning the slavery of the Africans; : shewing it to be the duty and interest of the American states to emancipate all their African slaves. With an address to the owners of such slaves. Dedicated to the honourable the Continental Congress. : To which is prefixed, the institution of the Society, in New-York, for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, and Protecting Such of Them as Have Been, or May Be, Liberated..Hopkins, Samuel, 1721-1803.Norwich [Conn.]: : Printed by Judah P. Spooner,, 1776. ; New-York: : Re-printed for Robert Hodge., M,DCC,LXXXV. [1785]
1785EnglandCursory remarks upon the Reverend Mr. Ramsay's Essay on the treatment and conversion of African slaves in the British sugar colonies.Tobin, James, d. 1817.[London] : Printed for G. and T. Wilkie, No 71, St. Paul's Church Yard, London; E. Easton, Salisbury; and J.B. Becket, Bristol., MDCCLXXXV. [1785]
1785EnglandA narrative of the Lord's wonderful dealings with John Marrant, a black : (now going to preach the Gospel in Nova-Scotia) born in New-York, in North-AmericaMarrant, John, 1755-1791.London : printed and sold by Gilbert and Plummer, 1785. And sold at the Chapel in Jewry-Street; and by all booksellers and newscarriers in town and country, [1785]
1785EnglandA reply to the personal invectives and objections contained in two answers, : published by certain anonymous persons, to An essay on the treatment and conversion of African slaves, in the British colonies,Ramsay, James, 1733-1789.London: : Printed and sold by James Phillips, in George-Yard, Lombard-Street., M CD CLXXXV [i.e. 1785].
1785EnglandEssays historical and moralGregory, G. (George), 1754-1808.London : printed for J. Johnson, 1785.
1785EnglandThe Assembly of the island of Jamaica having, on the 9th day of December 1784, come to the following resolution; viz. "that it is the opinion of this committee, that copies of the several resolutions of the House relative to the imports from different American ports ... and the memorial to the Crown, be sent to the agent, with orders, that they may be compiled and printed, for the purpose of communicating the same to the members of both Houses of Parliament. ... Mr Stephen Fuller, agent for the said island, thinks himself in duty bound to lay before both Houses of Parliament ... the substance of the petitions presented to the Assembly ... in respect to the intercourse with the American states.Jamaica. Assembly.[London : s.n., 1785].
1785EnglandThe principles of moral and political philosophyPaley, William, 1743-1805.London : Printed for R. Faulder, 1785.
1785EnglandThe representation of Stephen Fuller, Esq; agent for Jamaica, to His Majesty's ministers.Fuller, Stephen, 1716-1808.[London, 1785]
1785EnglandThoughts on the slavery of the Negroes.Woods, Joseph.London: : Printed and sold by James Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard-Street., M.DCC.LXXXV. [1785]
1785EnglandA voyage to the Cape of Good Hope, towards the Antarctic polar circle, and round the world: : but chiefly into the country of the Hottentots and Caffres, from the year 1772, to 1776.Sparrman, Anders, 1748-1820.London: : Printed for G.G.J. and J. Robinson, Pater-Noster-Row., 1785.
1785EnglandA Short view of the proposals lately made for the final adjustment of the commercial system between Great-Britain and Ireland. London: : Printed for John Stockdale, opposite Burlington-House, Piccadilly., M DCC LXXXV. (Price one shilling.) [1785]
1785FranceOrdonnance du roi, concernant les procureurs & économes-gérans des habitations situées aux Isles sous le Vent. : Du 17 décembre 1784..France.A Paris, : Chez P.G. Simon, & N.H. Nyon, imprimeurs du Parlement, rue Mignon,, 1785..
1785FranceObservations sommaires sur Le pour et le contre, dans la question du commerce libre des colonies : et sur les réponses qui lui ont été faites. [Paris? s.n., 1785?].
1785IrelandA voyage to the Cape of Good Hope, towards the Antartic polar circle, and round the world: : but chiefly into the country of the Hottentots and Caffres, from the year 1772, to 1776.Sparrman, Anders, 1748-1820.Dublin: : Printed for Messrs. White, Cash, and Byrne., 1785.
1785NetherlandsLe spectateur américain, ou Remarques générales sur l'Amérique septentrionale et sur la république des treize-États-Unis; : suivi de Recherches philosophiques sur la découverte du Noveau-Monde.Mandrillon, Joseph, 1743-1794.A Amsterdam; et se trouve à Bruxelles, : Chez Emmanuel Flon, imprimeur-libraire, rue des Frippiers., M.DCC.LXXXV. [1785]
1785New YorkA dialogue concerning the slavery of the Africans; shewing it to be the duty and interest of the American states to emancipate all their African slaves. With an address to the owners of such slaves. Dedicated to the Honourable the Continental Congress. To which is prefixed, the institution of the society, in New-York, for promoting the manumission of slaves, and protecting such of them as have been, or may be, liberated. [Four lines of Scripture texts]Hopkins, Samuel, 1721-1803.[New York] : Norwich: Printed by Judah P. Spooner, 1776. New-York: Re-printed for Robert Hodge, M,DCC,LXXXV. [1785]
1785PennsylvaniaBaxter's directions to slave-holders, revived; first printed in London, in the year 1673. To which is subjoined, a letter from the worthy Anthony Benezet, late of this city, deceased, to the celebrated abbe Raynal, with his answer, which were first published in the Brussel gazette, March 7, 1782.Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691.Philadelphia : Printed by Francis Bailey, at Yorick's Head, in Market-Street, MDCCLXXXV. [1785]
1785PennsylvaniaThe epistle from the Yearly-Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 16th of the fifth month 1785, to the 23d of the same inclusive. : To the quarterly and monthly meetings of Friends in Great-Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere.London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends)[Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., 1785]
1785PennsylvaniaBaxter's directions to slave-holders, revived; first printed in London, in the year 1673. To which is subjoined, a letter from the worthy Anthony Benezet, late of this city, deceased, to the celebrated abbe Raynal, with his answer, wich were first published in the Brussels gazette, March 7, 1782.Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691.Philadelphia : Printed by Francis Bailey, at Yorick's Head, in Market-Street, MDCCLXXXV. [1785]
1785PennsylvaniaShort observations on slavery, introductory to some extracts from the writing of the Abbe Raynal, on that important subject.Benezet, Anthony, 1713-1784.Philadelphia : Printed by Enoch Story, [1785?]
1785SwitzerlandEssai sur l'administration de St. Domingue,Raynal, abbé (Guillaume-Thomas-François), 1713-1796.[Geneva?, : s.n.], 1785.
1785SwitzerlandVoyage d'un suisse dans différentes colonies d'Amérique : pendant la derniere guerre, avec une table d'observations météorologiques faites à Saint-Domingue..Girod-Chantrans, Justin, 1750-1841.A Neuchatel [Switzerland], : De l'Imprimerie de la Société typographique., M.DCC.LXXXV. [1785]
1785VirginiaA collection of all such public acts of the General Assembly, and ordinances of the conventions of Virginia, passed since the year 1768, as are now in force; : with a table of the principal matters. Published under inspection of the judges of the High Court of Chancery, by a resolution of General Assembly, the 16th day of June 1783.Virginia.Richmond [Va.]: : Printed by Thomas Nicolson and William Prentis., M,DCC,LXXXV. [1785]
1785VirginiaA collection of all such public acts of the General Assembly, and ordinances of the conventions of Virginia, passed since the year 1768, as are now in force; with a table of the principal matters. Published under inspection of the judges of the High Court of Chancery, by a resolution of General Assembly, the 16th day of June 1783.Virginia.Richmond : Printed by Thomas Nicolson and William Prentis, M,DCC,LXXXV. [1785]
1786EnglandAn essay on the slavery and commerce of the human species, particularly the AfricanClarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846.London : Printed by J. Phillips, and sold by T. Cadell, and J. Phillips, 1786.
1786EnglandThe principles of moral and political philosophyPaley, William, 1743-1805.London : Printed by J. Davis, for R. Faulder, 1786.
1786EnglandA letter from Capt. J.S. Smith to the Revd Mr Hill on the state of the Negroe slaves. : To which are added an introduction, and remarks on free Negroes, &c.Smith, J. S.London: : Printed and sold by J. Phillips, in George-Yard, Lombard-Street., 1786..
1786EnglandA short sketch of temporary regulations (until better shall be proposed) for the intended settlement on the Grain Coast of Africa, near Sierra Leona.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.London: : Printed by H. Baldwin, Fleet-Street., 1786.
1786EnglandAn essay on the slavery and commerce of the human species, particularly the African, translated from a Latin dissertation, which was honoured with the first prize in the University of Cambridge, for the year 1785, ...Clarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846.London : printed by J. Phillips, and sold by T. Cadell, and J. Phillips, 1786.
1786EnglandAn apology for negro slavery: or, The West-India planters vindicated from the charge of inhumanity.Turnbull, Gordon.London: : Printed by Stuart and Stevenson, for J. Strachan, Strand; T. [sic] Faulder, New Bond Street; and W. Richardson, Royal Exchange., 1786.
1786FranceExamen critique des voyages dans l'Amérique septentrionale, de M. le marquis de Chatellux : ou Lettre a M. le Marquis de Chatellux, dans laquelle on réfute principalement ses opinions sur les Quakers, sur les Negres, sur le peuple, & sur l'hommeBrissot de Warville, J.-P. (Jacques-Pierre), 1754-1793.A Londres [i.e. Paris] : [s.n.], 1786.
1786FranceObservations sur la Virginie,Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.A Paris, : Chez Barrois, l'aîné, libraire, rue de Hurepoix, près le pont Saint-Michel., 1786..
1786FranceProjet d'instruction sur une maladie convulsive, fréquente dans les colonies de l'Amérique, connue sous le nom de tétanos.Société royale de médecine (France)A Paris, : de l'Imprimerie royale, 1786.
1786GermanyReisen eines Schweizers in verschiedene Kolonien von Amerika : während dem letztern Krieg. Nebst einer kurzen Relation von dem Seetressen vom 12. April 1782. Und einer Beschreibung von den Inseln Martinique, Curaçao und Saint Domingue, ihrer Producten, Regierungsverfassung, Zustand der Sklaven, Handel u.s.w. und einer meteorologischen Tabelle. : Aus dem Französischen übersetzt..Girod-Chantrans, Justin, 1750-1841.Leipzig : Verlegts Adam Friedrich Böhme, 1786..
1786IrelandRemarks on a tour through the different countries of Europe, Asia, and Africa; : giving a particular description of the characters, customs, manners and laws of each, with their natural and mechanical productions. The political and commercial interests of the English East India Company are accurately delineated ... a work of this kind becomes particularly interesting to the public, at a critical moment, in which a late governor of Bengal is called before the great tribunal of the British Parliament, to answer various charges of misconduct, founded in a great measure on this authentic and instructive narrative. In two volumes..Macintosh, William, 18th cent.Dublin: : Printed by J. Jones, no. 39, College-Green., M,DCC,LXXXVI. [1786]
1786JamaicaActs of Assembly. Passed in the island of Jamaica; from 1770, to 1783, inclusive.Jamaica.Kingston, --- Jamaica : printed for James Jones, Esq. by Lewis and Eberall, 1786.
1786JamaicaAn abridgment of The laws of Jamaica; comprehending the subject-matter of each act and clause, properly digested. To which is prefixed, by wat of index, a table of the general titles and marginal notes. Kingston, Jamaica : Printed for J. Jones by Lewis and Eberall, 1786.
1786PennsylvaniaAn essay on the slavery and commerce of the human species, particularly the African, translated from a Latin dissertation, which was honoured with the first prize in the University of Cambridge, for the year 1785, with additions. [One line from Livy]Clarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846.[Philadelphia] : London, printed: Philadelphia: re-printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third-Streets, MDCCLXXXVI. [1786]
1786PennsylvaniaAn essay on the slavery and commerce of the human species, particularly the AfricanClarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846.[Philadelphia] ; London, printed: Philadelphia re-printed : by Joseph Crukshank, 1786.
1786PennsylvaniaPoems on various subjects, religious and moral. By Phillis Wheatley, negro servant to Mr. John Wheatley, of Boston, in New-England.Wheatley, Phillis, 1753-1784.[Philadelphia] : London: printed. ; Philadelphia: re-printed, and sold by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third-Streets, MDCCLXXXVI. [1786]
1786SpainDiccionario geográfico-histórico de las Indias Occidentales ó América : es á saber: de los reynos del Perú, Nueva España, Tierra Firme, Chile, y Nuevo reyno de Granada ...Alcedo, Antonio de, 1735-1812.[Madrid] : En la Imprenta de Benito Cano. En Madrid, 1786-1789.
1786SwitzerlandLettres critiques et politiques, sur les colonies & le commerce des villes maritimes de France, addressées à G.T. RaynalDu Buc, Jean Baptiste, 1717-1795.A Genêve, et se trouve à Paris : [s.n.], 1786.
1787EnglandNotes on the state of Virginia.Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.London: : Printed for John Stockdale, opposite Burlington-House, Piccadilly., M.DCC.LXXXVII. [1787]
1787EnglandA letter to the treasurer of the Society Instituted for the Purpose of Effecting the Abolition of the Slave TradeNickolls, Robert Boucher.London : printed by James Phillips, 1787.
1787EnglandWest-Indian eclogues.Rushton, Edward, 1756-1814.London: : Printed for J. Philips, George-Yard, Lombard-Street, and W. Lowndes, Fleet-Street., MDCCLXXXVII [1787]..
1787EnglandNotes on the state of Virginia. Written by Thomas Jefferson. Illustrated with a map, including the states of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania.Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.London : printed for John Stockdale, 1787.
1787EnglandThe wrongs of Africa, a poem. Part the first.Roscoe, William, 1753-1831.London: : Printed for R. Faulder, New Bond-Street., MDCCLXXXVII [1787]..
1787EnglandA treatise on tropical diseases : and on the climate of the West-IndiesMoseley, Benjamin, 1742-1819.London : printed for T. Cadell, 1787.
1787EnglandA sermon preached before the Incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts; : at their anniversary meeting in the parish church of St. Mary-le-Bow, on Friday February 16, 1787.Warren, John, 1730-1800.London: : Printed by T. Harrison and S. Brooke, in Warwick-Lane., MDCCLXXXVII. [1787]
1787EnglandDiscours sur les avantages ou les désavantages qui résultent, pour l'Europe, de la découverte de l'Amérique : Objet du prix proposé par M. l'abbé RaynalChastellux, François Jean, marquis de, 1734-1788.A Londres, et se trouve à Paris : chez Prault, imprimeur du roi, quai des Augustins, à l'immortalité, 1787.
1787EnglandA summary view of the slave trade, and of the probable consequences of its abolition.Clarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846.London : Printed by J. Phillips, George Yard, Lomabard-street, 1787.
1787EnglandHistoire de la révolution d'Amérique par rapport à la Caroline méridionale;Ramsay, David, 1749-1815.À Londres, et se trouve à Paris, : Chez Froullé, libraire, quai des Augustins, au coin de la rue Pavée., M. DCC. LXXXVII. [1787]
1787EnglandLetters on the slave trade: : first published in Wheeler's Manchester chronicle; and since re-printed with additions and alterations.Cooper, Thomas, 1759-1839.Manchester: : Printed by C. Wheeler,, 1787.
1787EnglandTableau général du commerce de l'Europe, avec l'Afrique, les Indes Orientales et l'Amerique. : Fondé sur les traités de 1763 & 1783. A Londres, et se trouve à Paris, : Chez Desenne, libraire, au Palai-Royal, no. 216, près le Théâtre des Variétés., 1787.
1787FranceLettres d'un cultivateur américain : addressées à Wm. S---on esqr. depuis l'année 1770 jusqu'en 1786.St. John de Crèvecoeur, J. Hector, 1735-1813.A Paris. : Chez Cuchet libraire, rue et hôtel Serpente., 1787.
1787FranceLettres d'un cultivateur américain : addressées à Wm. S...on esqr. depuis l'année 1770, jusqu'en 1786St. John de Crèvecoeur, J. Hector, 1735-1813.A Paris : Chez Cuchet Libraire, rue et hôtel Serpente, 1787.
1787FranceLa négresse, ou Le pouvoir de la reconnoissance. : Comédie en un acte, en prose & en vaudevilles, mêlée de divertissemens;Radet, M. (Jean Baptiste), b. 1752.A Paris, : Chez Brunet, libraire, place du Théâtre Italien., M. DCC. LXXXVII [1787].
1787IrelandInkle and Yarico: : an opera, in three acts, as performed at the Theatre-Royal. in the Hay-Market, on Saturday, August, 11th, 1787.Colman, George, 1762-1836.Dublin, : [s.n.], printed in the year, 1787.
1787JamaicaActs of Assembly, passed in the island of Jamaica, from the year 1681 to the year 1769 inclusive. In two volumes. ...Jamaica.Kingston, Jamaica : printed by Alexander Aikman, 1787.
1787JamaicaAn abridgment of the laws of Jamaica, in manner of an index : to which is prefixed, a table of the general and marginal titles, under which the subject-matter of each act and clause is properly digested.Jamaica.Kingston, Jamaica : Printed by Alexander Aikman, ..., 1787.
1787MarylandLaws of Maryland, made since M,DCC,LXIII, consisting of acts of Assembly under the proprietary government, resolves of convention, the Declaration of Rights, the Constitution and form of government, the Articles of Confederation, and, acts of Assembly since the Revolution. [Eight lines of quotations]Maryland.Annapolis : Printed by Frederick Green, printer to the state, MDCCLXXXVII. [1787]
1787MarylandLaws of Maryland, made since M,DCC,LXIII, : consisting of acts of Assembly under the proprietary government, resolves of convention, the Declaration of Rights, the Constitution and form of government, the Articles of Confederation, and, acts of Assembly since the Revolution..Maryland.Annapolis: : Printed by Frederick Green, printer to the state., MDCCLXXXVII. [1787]
1787PennsylvaniaThe constitution of the Pennsylvania Society, for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery : and the Relief of Free Negroes, Unlawfully Held in Bondage. Begun in the year 1774, and enlarged on the twenty-third of April, 1787. To which are added, the acts of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, for the gradual abolition of slavery.Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery.Philadelphia : printed by Joseph James, 1787.
1787PennsylvaniaPoems on various subjects, religious and moral.Wheatley, Phillis, 1753-1784.Philadelphia: : Printed by Joseph James, in Chesnut-street,, M.DCC.LXXXVII. [1787]
1787PennsylvaniaAn address to the Negroes, in the state of New-York.Hammon, Jupiter, 1711-ca. 1800.[Philadelphia] : New-York printed: Philadelphia re-printed by Daniel Humphreys, in Spruce-Street, near the Drawbridge., M.DCC.LXXXVII. [1787]
1787PennsylvaniaAn essay on the causes of the variety of complexion and figure in the human species. : To which are added Strictures on Lord Kaims's discourse, on the original diversity of mankind.Smith, Samuel Stanhope, 1750-1819.Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by Robert Aitken, at Pope's Head, Market Street., 1787.
1787PennsylvaniaAn essay on the slavery and commerce of the human species, particularly the African, translated from a Latin dissertation, which was honoured with the first prize, in the University of Cambridge, for the year 1785, with additions. [One line from Livy]Clarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846.[Philadelphia] : London, printed: Philadelphia: re-printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third-Streets, MDCCLXXXVII. [1787]
1787PennsylvaniaAn essay on the causes of the variety of complexion and figure in the human species. To which are added strictures on Lord Kaims's discourse, on the original diversity of mankind. By the Reverend Samuel Stanhope Smith, D.D. Vice-president, and professor of moral philosophy in the College of New-Jersey; and member of the American Philosophical Society, Held at Philadelphia for Promoting Useful Knowledge.Smith, Samuel Stanhope, 1750-1819.Philadelphia : Printed and sold by Robert Aitken, at Pope's Head, Market Street, M.DCC.LXXXVII. [1787]
1787PennsylvaniaAn essay on the slavery and commerce of the human species, particularly the AfricanClarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846.[Philadelphia] ; London, printed: Philadelphia re-printed : by Joseph Crukshank, 1787.
1787PennsylvaniaThe constitution of the Pennsylvania Society, for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes, Unlawfully Held in Bondage. Begun in the year 1774, and enlarged on the twenty-third of April, 1787. To which are added, the acts of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, for the gradual abolition of slavery. [Two lines from Matthew]Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery.Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph James, in Chesnut-Street, M.DCC.LXXXVII. [1787]
1787SwedenGrefve Grasses siö-batailler, och krigs-operationerne uti Vest-Indien : ifrån bo°rjan af år 1781 til krigets slut; med dertil hörande historiske anmärkningar : författade af en amiralitets officerare, under des campagner på kongl. frankska flottan.Tornquist, Carl Gustaf, 1757-1808.Stockholm : Tryckt hos Joh. Christ. Holmberg, 1787.
1788ConnecticutActs and laws, made and passed by the General Court or Assembly of the state of Connecticut, holden at New-Haven, in said state, on the second Thursday of October anno Dom. 1788.Connecticut.Hartford [Conn.]: : Printed by Nathaniel Patten., [1788]
1788EnglandA sermon on the subject of the slave trade : delivered to a society of Protestant dissenters, at the new meeting, in Birmingham; and published at their requestPriestley, Joseph, 1733-1804.Birmingham [Eng.] : Printed for the author, by Pearson and Rollason; and sold by J. Johnson, London, 1788.
1788EnglandRemarks on the slave trade, and the slavery of the Negroes. : In a series of letters..Leigh, William, 1752-1809.London : Printed and sold by J. Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard-Street; and sold also by T. Payne and Sons, Meuse-Gate, Charing-Cross; and Chase and Co. Norwich, MDCCLXXXVIII [1788]..
1788EnglandEssays historical and moralGregory, G. (George), 1754-1808.London : printed for J. Johnson, 1788.
1788EnglandThoughts upon the African slave trade.Newton, John, 1725-1807.London: : Printed for J. Buckland, in Pater-Noster-Row; J. Johnson, in St. Paul's Church-yard; and J. Phillips, in George-yard., M.DCC.LXXXVIII [1788]..
1788EnglandA voyage to the river Sierra-Leone, on the coast of Africa; : containing an account of the trade and productions of the country, and of the civil and religious customs and manners of the people; in a series of lettres to a friend in England.Matthews, John, lieutenant in the Royal NavyLondon: : printed for B. White and Son, at Horace's Head Fleet-Street; and J. Sewall, Cornhill., 1788.. (8vo)
1788EnglandExamination of the Rev. Mr. Harris's Scriptural researches on the licitness of the slave-trade.Ramsay, James, 1733-1789.London: : Printed by James Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard-Street., M. DCC. LXXXVIII. [1788]
1788EnglandInkle and Yarico : an opera. In three acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal in the Hay-Market. First acted on Saturday, August 11th, 1787Colman, George, 1762-1836.London : Printed for G.G.J. and J. Robinson, 1788.
1788EnglandSlavery, a poem.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.London: : Printed for T. Cadell, in the Strand., M.DCC.LXXXVIII [1788]..
1788EnglandA list of the Society, instituted in 1787, for the purpose of effecting the abolition of the slave trade.Society for the Abolition of the Slave Trade.London: : Printed in the year, 1788.
1788EnglandTravels through Syria and Egypt, : in the years 1783, 1784, and 1785. Containing the present natural and political state of those countries, their productions, arts, manufactures, and commerce; with observations on the manners, customs, and government of the Turks and Arabs. Illustrated with copper plates.Volney, C.-F. (Constantin-François), 1757-1820.London: : Printed for G.G.J. and J. Robinson, Pater-Noster-Row., MDCCLXXXVIII. [1788]
1788EnglandAn essay on the impolicy of the African slave trade : In two partsClarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846.London : Printed and sold by J. Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard-Street, 1788.
1788EnglandA general view of the African slave-trade, demonstrating its injustice and impolicy: : with hints towards a bill for its abolition..Roscoe, William, 1753-1831.London: : Printed for R. Faulder, New Bond-Street., MDCCLXXXVIII. [1788]
1788EnglandHumanity, or The rights of nature, a poem; in two booksPratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.London : Printed for T. Cadell, 1788.
1788EnglandThe wrongs of Almoona, or The African's revenge. : A narrative poem, founded on historical facts.Newby, Peter, fl. 1790.Liverpool: : Printed by H. Hodgson, Pool-Lane, and sold by W. Lowndes, Fleet-Street, and T. Booker, New-Bond-Street, London; J. Binns, Leeds, and N. Binns, Preston., [1788]
1788EnglandAn account of the slave trade on the coast of Africa.Falconbridge, Alexander, d. 1792.London: : printed by J. Phillips, George Yard, Lombard-Street., MDCCLXXXVIII. [1788]
1788EnglandThe abolition of the slave trade considered in a religious point of view : A sermon preached before the corporation of the city of Oxford, at St. Martin's Church, on Sunday, February 3, 1788Agutter, William, 1758-1835.London : Printed for J.F. and C. Rivington; and G. Philips, 1788.
1788EnglandJustice and mercy recommended, particularly with reference to the slave trade. : A sermon preached before the University of Cambridge,Peckard, Peter, 1718?-1797.Cambridge [Eng.], : Printed by J. Archdeacon printer to the University; for J. & J. Merrill, in Cambridge; T. Cadell, in the Strand; B. White & Son, in Fleet-Street; T. Payne & Son, at the Mews Gate; T. Evans, in Paternoster-Row; and G. & T. Wilkie, in St. Paul's Church Yard, London., MDCCLXXXVIII. [1788]
1788EnglandThe wrongs of Africa, a poem. Part the second.Roscoe, William, 1753-1831.London: : Printed for R. Faulder, New Bond-Street., MDCCLXXXVIII [1788]..
1788EnglandAn occasional discourse, preached in the Cathedral of St. Peter in York, January 27, 1788, on the subject of the African slave-trade.Mason, William, 1725-1797.York [Eng.]: : Printed by A. Ward for the author; and sold by J. Robson and W. Clarke, New Bond-Street; James Phillips, no. 2, George-Yard, Lombard-Street, London; and J. Todd, and the rest of the booksellers in York., MDCCLXXXVIII. [1788]
1788EnglandA treatise on tropical diseases : and on the climate of the West-IndiesMoseley, Benjamin, 1742-1819.London : printed for T. Cadell, 1788.
1788EnglandSupplement to Mr. Cooper's Letters on the slave trade.Cooper, Thomas, 1759-1839.Warrington, : Printed by W. Eyres., 1788.
1788EnglandObservations on a Guinea voyage. : In a series of letters addressed to the Rev. Thomas Clarkson.Stanfield, James Field.London: : Printed by James Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard-Street., 1788.
1788EnglandAn account of the slave trade on the coast of Africa. By Alexander Falconbridge, ...Falconbridge, Alexander, d. 1792.London : printed by J. Phillips, 1788.
1788EnglandA letter to the treasurer of the Society Instituted for the Purpose of Effecting the Abolition of the Slave TradeNickolls, Robert Boucher.London : printed by James Phillips, 1788.
1788EnglandThe reigning abominations, especially the slave trade, considered as causes of lamentation; : being the substance of a discourse delivered in Fairfax County, Virginia, December 30, 1774. And now published with several additions.Winchester, Elhanan, 1751-1797.London: : Printed and sold by H. Trapp, No. 1. Pater-Noster-Row, for the author., M.DCC.LXXXVIII. Price six-pence. [1788]
1788EnglandScriptural researches on the licitness of the slave-trade : shewing its conformity with the principles of natural and revealed religion, delineated in the sacred writings of the Word of GodHarris, R. (Raymund)Liverpool : printed by H. Hodgson, 1788.
1788EnglandConsiderations on the emancipation of Negroes and on the abolition of the slave-trade.West India Planter.London, : printed for J. Johnson; and J. Debrett, 1788.
1788EnglandAura; or The slave. : A poem. In two cantos. Dedicated to John Carr, L.L.D. Master of the grammar school, Hertford..Street, Thomas George.London: : Printed by J. Stevenson, Martlet-Court, Bow-Street, for G. Kearsley, no. 46, Fleet-Street., M,DCC,LXXXVIII [1788]..
1788EnglandSlavery inconsistent with the spirit of Christianity. : A sermon preached at Cambridge, on Sunday, Feb. 10, 1788,Robinson, Robert, 1735-1790.Cambridge, : Printed by J. Archdeacon printer to the University; and sold by Bowtell, and Cowper, Cambridge; and by Dilly, London., MDCCLXXXVIII. [1788]
1788EnglandQuestions to be proposed to such gentlemen as have been resident on the coast of Africa, or in the West-Indies, or have been in the slave trade. London: : Printed by J. Phillips., 1788.
1788FranceMémoire en forme de discours sur la disette du numéraire a Saint-Domingue, et sur les moyens d'y remédier, : lu à la Chambre de commerce du Cap François, le 19 mars 1787,François de Neufchâteau, Nicolas Louis, comte, 1750-1828.A Metz, : de l'Imprimerie de Claude Lamort. Et se trouve à Paris, Chez Bailly, Libraire, rue St. Honoré, vis-à-vis la Barriere des Sergens; Lefevre, Libraire, rue neuve des Bons-Enfans, no. 18., 1788.
1788FranceRecherches historiques et politiques sur les États-Unis de l'Amérique Septentrionale, : où l'on traite des établissemens des treize colonies, de leurs rapports & de leurs dissentions avec la Grande-Bretagne, de leurs gouvernemens avant & après la révolution, &c.Mazzei, Filippo, 1730-1816.A Colle, et se trouve a Paris, : chez Froullé, libraire, quai des Augustins, au coin de la rue Pavée., 1788..
1788FranceRecherches historiques et politiques sur les États-Unis de l'Amérique Septentrionale : où l'on traite des établissemens des treize colonies, de leurs rapports & de leurs dissentions avec la Grande-Bretagne, de leurs gouvernemens avant & après la révolution, &cMazzei, Filippo, 1730-1816.A Colle, et se trouve a Paris : chez Froullé, 1788.
1788FranceRecherches historiques et politiques sur les États-Unis de l'Amérique Septentrionale : où l'on traite des établissemens des treize colonies, de leurs rapports & de leurs dissentions avec la Grande-Bretagne, de leurs gouvernemens avant & après la révolution, &cMazzei, Filippo, 1730-1816.A Colle, et se trouve a Paris : chez Froullé, 1788.
1788FranceL'influence de la découverte de l'Amérique sur le bonheur du genre-humainGenty, Louis, 1743-1817.A Paris : chez Nyon l'aîné & fils, libraires, rue du Jardinet ; A Orleans : de l'imprimerie de Jacob l'aîné, rue Saint Sauveur, 1788 ...
1788HaitiRecherches, mémoires et observations sur les maladies épizootiques de Saint-DomingueCercle des Philadelphes.Cap-François : de l'Imprimerie Royale, 1788.
1788HaitiMémoires du Cercle des Philadelphes.Cercle des Philadelphes.Au Port-au-Prince, : de l'imprimerie de Mozard, Associé du Cercle des Philadelphes & Rédacteur de la Gazette de Saint-Domingue, M.DCC.LXXXVIII. [1788].
1788New YorkAristotle'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 and 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 on 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 man 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. A private looking-glass for the female sex, treating of the 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...Aristotle's Masterpiece.New-York: : Printed for the United Company of Flying Stationers., M DCC LXXXVIII. [i.e., 1788]
1788PennsylvaniaA critical examination of the Marquis de Chatellux's Travels, in North America : in a letter addressed to the Marquis; principally intended as a refutation of his opinions concerning the Quakers, the Negroes, the people, and mankindBrissot de Warville, J.-P. (Jacques-Pierre), 1754-1793.Philadelphia: : Printed by Joseph James, in Chesnut-Street, 1788.
1788PennsylvaniaThe constitution of the Pennsylvania Society, for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery : and the Relief of Free Negroes, Unlawfully Held in Bondage. Begun in the year 1774, and enlarged on the twenty-third of April, 1787. To which are added, the acts of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, for the gradual abolition of slavery.Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery.Philadelphia : Printed by Francis Bailey, for "The Pennsylvania Society for the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes Unlawfully Held in Bondage," 1788.
1788PennsylvaniaThe genuine information, delivered to the legislature of the state of Maryland, : relative to the proceedings of the general convention, lately held at Philadelphia;Martin, Luther, 1748-1826.Philadelphia: : Printed by Eleazer Oswald, at the Coffee-House., M,DCC,LXXXVIII. [1788]
1788PennsylvaniaAn essay on the impolicy of the African slave trade : In two partsClarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846.Philadelphia : Printed by Francis Bailey, at Yorick's-Head, in Market-street, M,DCC,LXXXVIII. [1788]
1788PennsylvaniaNotes on the state of Virginia.Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by Prichard and Hall, in Market Street, between Front and Second Streets., M.DCC.LXXXVIII. [1788]
1788PennsylvaniaAn essay on the impolicy of the African slave trade. In two parts. By the Rev. T. Clarkson, M.A. To which is added, an oration, upon the necessity of establishing at Paris, a society to promote the abolition of the trade and slavery of the Negroes. By J.P. Brissot de Warville.Clarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846.Philadelphia : Printed by Francis Bailey, at Yorick's-Head, in Market-Street, M,DCC,LXXXVIII. [1788]
1788PennsylvaniaLetters, originally published under the signatures of Omicron and Vigil. By the Reverend Mr. John Newton, Minister of the Gospel in London. To which is prefixed, an authentic narrative of some remarkable and interesting particulars in the life of Mr. Newton. Communicated in a series of letters to the Reverend Mr. Haweis, Rector of Aldwinckle, Northamptonshire.Newton, John, 1725-1807.Philadelphia : Printed by John M'Culloch, for W. Young, the corner of Chesnut and Second-Streets, M.DCC.LXXX.VIII. [1788]
1788PennsylvaniaThe wrongs of Africa, : a poem. Part the first.Roscoe, William, 1753-1831.Philadelphia: : Printed by Joseph James, Chesnut Street., M.DCC.LXXXVIII. [1788].
1788PennsylvaniaThe constitution of the Pennsylvania Society, for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes, Unlawfully Held in Bondage. Begun in the year 1774, and enlarged on the twenty-third of April, 1787. To which are added, the acts of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, for the gradual abolition of slavery.Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery.Philadelphia : printed by Francis Bailey, for "The Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes Unlawfully Held in Bondage.", M,DCC,LXXXVIII [1788]
1788PennsylvaniaThe genuine information, delivered to the legislature of the state of Maryland, relative to the proceedings of the General Convention, lately held at Philadelphia; by Luther Martin, Esquire, attorney-general of Maryland, and one of the delegates in the said convention. Together with a letter to the Hon. Thomas C. Deye, speaker of the House of Delegates, an address to the citizens of the United States, and some remarks relative to a standing army, and a bill of rights. [One line in Latin from Horace]Martin, Luther, 1748-1826.Philadelphia : Printed by Eleazer Oswald, at the Coffee-House, M,DCC,LXXXVIII. [1788]
1788PennsylvaniaAura, or, The slave. : A poem, in two cantos. Dedicated to John Carr, L.L.D. master of the grammar school, Hertford.Street, Thomas George.Philadelphia: : Printed by Joseph James, Chesnut-Street., 1788.
1788PennsylvaniaThe principles of moral and political philosophyPaley, William, 1743-1805.Philadelphia : Printed for Thomas Dobson, 1788.
1788PennsylvaniaA critical examination of the Marquis de Chatellux's [i.e., Chastellux's] Travels, in North America, in a letter addressed to the Marquis; principally intended as a refutation of his opinions concerning the Quakers, the Negroes, the people, and mankind. Translated from the French of J.P. Brissot de Warville, with additions and corrections of the author. [One line of quotation in French]Brissot de Warville, J.-P. (Jacques-Pierre), 1754-1793.Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph James, in Chesnut-Street, M,DCC,LXXXVIII. [1788]
1788PennsylvaniaSlavery, a poem.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.Philadelphia: : Printed by Joseph James, Chesnut-street, M,DCC,LXXXVIII [1788]..
1788PennsylvaniaNotes on the state of Virginia. Written by Thomas Jefferson.Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.Philadelphia : Printed and sold by Prichard and Hall, in Market Street, between Front and Second Streets, M.DCC.LXXXVIII. [1788]
1788ScotlandAn essay on the causes of the variety of complexion and figure in the human species. : To which are added, Strictures on Lord Kames's discourse on the original diversity of mankind.Smith, Samuel Stanhope, 1750-1819.[Edinburgh] : Philadelphia printed, and Edinburgh reprinted, for C. Elliot, Edinburgh; and C. Elliot and T. Kay, at Dr Cullen's Head, opposite Somerset-Place, no 332. Strand, London., 1788.
1788ScotlandThoughts upon the African slave trade.Newton, John, 1725-1807.[Edinburgh] : London printed.-- Edinburgh, reprinted., M,DCC,LXXXVIII [1788]..
1788South CarolinaAn address to the freemen of South-Carolina, on the subject of the foederal constitution, proposed by the convention, which met in Philadelphia, May 1787.Civis.Charleston [S.C.] : Printed by Bowen and Co. no. 31, Bay, [1788]
1788SurinamEssai historique sur la colonie de Surinam, : sa fondation, ses révolutions ses progrès, depuis son origine jusqu'à nos jours ... : avec l'histoire de la nation juive portugaise & allemande y établie .... A Paramaribo, : [s.n.], 1788..
1788VirginiaDebates and other proceedings of the Convention of Virginia, : convened at Richmond, on Monday the 2d day of June, 1788, for the purpose of deliberating on the Constitution recommended by the Grand Federal Convention. To which is prefixed, the Federal Constitution.Virginia. Convention (1788)Petersburg [Va.]: : Printed by Hunter and Prentis., M,DCC,LXXXVIII[-M,DCC,LXXXIX]. [1788-1789]
1789ConnecticutActs and laws, made and passed, by the General Court or Assembly of the state of Connecticut, holden at New-Haven, in said state, on the second Thursday of October, anno Domini 1789.Connecticut.Hartford [Conn.]; : Printed by Elisha Babcock., [1789]
1789EnglandLiberty or death. : A tract. By which is vindicated the obvious practicability of trading to the coasts of Guinea, for its natural products, in lieu of the slave-trade, much more to the interest of the merchants in particular, and the kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland in general.Lowe, John, Jun.Manchester [Eng.]: : Printed by J. Harrop., MDCCLXXXIX. [1789]
1789EnglandSlave-trade : A sermon, preached at Stonehouse Chapel, on Sunday, December 28, 1788Bidlake, John, 1755-1814.Plymouth [Eng.] : printed by M. Haydon and Son, printers and booksellers to His Royal Highness Prince William Henry; and sold by Law, Faulder, Lowndes, and Deighton, London. Trewman, Exeter; and Goadby, Sherborne, 1789.
1789EnglandAn introduction to the principles of morals and legislationBentham, Jeremy, 1748-1832.London : Printed for T. Payne and Son, at the Mews Gate, 1789.
1789EnglandThe Guinea voyage. : A poem. In three books.Stanfield, James Field.London: : Printed and sold by James Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard-Street., 1789.
1789EnglandAn account of the shipwreck and captivity of M. de Brisson : containing a description of the deserts of Africa, from Senegal to MoroccoBrisson, Pierre-Raymond de, 1745-1820?London : Printed for J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church-yard, 1789.
1789EnglandAn essay on the causes of the variety of complexion and figure in the human species. : To which are added, Strictures on Lord Kaims's discourse on the original diversity of mankind.Smith, Samuel Stanhope, 1750-1819.[London] : Philadelphia, printed; London, re-printed: for John Stockdale, opposite Burlington-house, Picadilly., 1789..
1789EnglandMemoirs of the reign of Bossa Ahádee : King of Dahomy, an inland country of Guiney. To which are added, the author's journey to Abomey, the capital; and A short account of the African slave tradeNorris, Robert, d. 1791.London : printed for W. Lowndes, 1789.
1789EnglandNotes on the two reports from the Committee of the Honourable House of Assembly of Jamaica, : appointed to examine into, and to report to the House, the allegations and charges contained in the several petitions which have been presented to the British House of Commons, on the subject of the slave-trade, and the treatment of the Negroes, &c. &c. &c.Fuller, Stephen, 1716-1808.London: : Printed and sold by James Philips, George-Yard, Lombard-Street., M.DCC.LXXXIX [1789]..
1789EnglandEssays on physiognomy, : designed to promote the knowledge and the love of mankind.Lavater, Johann Caspar, 1741-1801.London: : Printed for John Murray, no. 32, Fleet-Street; H. Hunter, D.D. Charles's Square; and T. Holloway, no. 11, Bache's-Row, Hoxton., MDCCLXXXIX-MDCCXCVIII. [1789-1798]
1789EnglandAbridgment of the minutes of the evidence : taken before a committee of the whole House, to whom it was referred to consider of the slave-trade, 1789.Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee Appointed to Take the Examination of Witnesses Respecting the African Slave Trade[London? : s.n., 1789]
1789EnglandThe interesting narrative of the life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African.Equiano, Olaudah, b. 1745.London: : printed for and sold for the author by T. Wilkins, no. 23, Aldermanbury; : Sold also by Mr. Johnson, St. Paul's Church Yard ... [and 7 others]; and the booksellers in Oxford and Cambridge., [1789]
1789EnglandObservations on the slave trade, and a description of some part of the coast of Guinea, during a voyage, made in 1787, and 1788, ... by C.B. Wadstrom, ...Wadström, Carl Bernhard, 1746-1799.London : printed and sold by James Phillips, 1789.
1789EnglandThe capacity of Negroes for religious and moral improvement considered: : with cursory hints to proprietors and to government, for the immediate melioration of the condition of slaves in the sugar colonies: to which are subjoined short and practical discourses to Negroes, on the plain and obvious principles of religion and morality.Nisbet, Richard.London: : Printed by James Phillips, George-yard, Lombard-Street., M.DCC.LXXXIX [1789]..
1789EnglandPlan for a free community upon the coast of Africa, : under the protection of Great Britain; but intirely independent of all European laws and governments. With an invitation, under certain conditions, to all persons desirous of partaking the benefits thereof. : Embellished with a large and elegant view of Sierra Leona, on the coast of Guinea..Nordenskiöld, August, 1754-1792.London: : Printed by R. Hindmarsh, printer to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, no. 32 Clerkenwell-Close., 1789..
1789EnglandThe new act of Assembly of the island of Jamaica, : intitled, An act to repeal an act, intitled, "An act to repeal several acts, and clauses of acts, respecting slaves, and for the better order and government of slaves, and for other purposes:" and also to repeal the several acts, and clauses of acts, which were repealed by the act intitled as aforesaid; and for consolidating and bringing into one act the several laws relating to slaves, and for giving them further protection and security; for altering the mode of trial of slaves charged with capital offenses; and for other purposes; commonly called, the New Consolidated Act, which was passed by the Assembly on the 6th of November--by the Council on the 5th day of December--and by the lieutenant governor on the 6th day of December, 1788; being the present Code Noir of that island.Jamaica.London: : Printed for B. White and Son, Fleet-Street; J. Sewall, Cornhill; R. Faulder, New Bond-Street; and J. Debrett, and J. Stockdale, Piccadilly., M.DCC.LXXXIX. [1789]
1789EnglandLetters of the Right Honorable Lady M-y W--y M--e: written during her travels in Europe, Asia, and Africa, to persons of distinction, men of letters, &c. in different parts of Europe. Which contain among other curious relations, accounts of the policy and manners of the Turks; drawn from sources that have been inaccessible to other travellers. To which are added, poems, by the same author. ; In two volumes. Vol. I[-Vol II]..Montagu, Mary Wortley, Lady, 1689-1762.London: : Printed for T. Cadell, in the Strand; J. Murray, in Fleet-Street; and R. Baldwin, in Pater-noster Row., M DCC LXXXIX [1789]..
1789EnglandLetters on slavery,Dickson, William, fl. 1789-1815.London: : printed and sold by J. Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard-Street, and sold by J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church-Yard, and Elliot and Kay, opposite Somerset Place, Strand., 1789.
1789EnglandTwo reports, : (one presented the 16th of October, the other on the 12th of November, 1788) from the committee of the Honourable House of Assembly of Jamaica, appointed to examine into, and report to the House, the allegations and charges contained in the several petitions which have been presented to the British House of Commons, on the subject of the slave-trade, and the treatment of Negroes, &c. &c. &c.Jamaica. AssemblyLondon: : Printed for B. White and Son, Fleet-Street; J. Sewall, Cornhill; R. Faulder, New Bond-Street; and J. Debrett, and J. Stockdale, Piccadilly., M.DCC.LXXXIX. [1789]
1789EnglandInkle and Yarico: : an opera; in three acts; as performed at the Theatres-Royal in Covent-Garden and the Hay-Market. : First acted (in the Haymarket) on Saturday, August 11, 1787.Colman, George, 1762-1836.London: : printed for G.G.J. and J. Robinson, Pater-Noster-Row., 1789.
1789EnglandThe substance of the evidence of sundry persons on the slave-trade : collected in the course of a tour made in the autumn of the year 1788.Clarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846.London : printed by James Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard-Street, 1789.
1789EnglandThe speech of William Wilberforce, Esq. representative for the county of York, on Wednesday the 13th of May, 1789, on the question of the abolition of the slave trade. : To which are added, the resolutions then moved, and a short sketch of the speeches of other members.Wilberforce, William, 1759-1833.London: : Printed at the Logographic Press, and sold by J. Walter, No. 169, Piccadilly; C. Stalker, Stationers-Court, Ludgate-Street; and W. Richardson, under the Royal-Exchange., [1789]
1789EnglandThe history civil and commercial, of the British colonies in the West Indies : to which is added, An historical survey of the French colony in the island of St. DomingoEdwards, Bryan, 1743-1800.London : Printed for B. Crosby; for Mundell & Son, Edinburgh; and J. Mundell, Glasgow, 1798.
1789EnglandThe interesting narrative of the life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African. Written by himself. ...Equiano, Olaudah, b. 1745.London : printed for and sold by the author; sold also by Mr. Johnson; Mr. Murray; Messrs. Robson and Clark; Mr. Davis; Messrs. Shepperson and Reynolds [and 7 others in London], [1789]
1789EnglandAn essay on the comparative efficiency of regulation or abolition, as applied to the slave trade : Shewing that the latter only can remove the evils to be found in that commerceClarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846.London : Printed by James Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard-Street, 1789.
1789EnglandA narrative of four journeys into the country of the Hottentots, and Caffraria. : In the years one thousand seven hundred and seventy-seven, eight, and nine. Illustrated with a map, and seventeen copper-plates.Paterson, William, 1755-1810.London: : printed for J. Johnson, no. 72, St. Paul's Church-Yard., MDCCLXXXIX. [1789].
1789EnglandThe new act of assembly of the island of Jamaica, intitled, An act to repeal an act, intitled, "An act to repeal several acts, ... respecting slaves, ... and for other purposes:" ... commonly called, the new consolidated act, ... passed ... by the Lieutenant Governor on the 6th day of December, 1788; ... Published ... by Stephen Fuller, ...Jamaica.London : printed for B. White and Son; J. Sewell; R. Faulder; and J. Debrett, and J. Stockdale, 1789.
1789EnglandThe principles of moral philosophy investigated, and briefly applied to the constitution of civil society: : together with remarks on the principle assumed by Mr. Paley as the basis of all moral conclusions, and on other positions of the same author.Gisborne, Thomas, 1758-1846.London: : printed by T. Bensley, for B. White and Son, Horace's Head, Fleet-Street., M,DCC,LXXXIX. [1789]
1789EnglandEssays on physiognomy; : for the promotion of the knowledge and the love of mankind.Lavater, Johann Caspar, 1741-1801.London: : Printed for G.G.J. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row., MDCCLXXXIX. [1789]
1789EnglandObservations on slavery : particularly with a view to its effects on the British colonies, in the West-IndiesAnderson, James, 1739-1808.Manchester : Printed by J. Harrop, 1789.
1789EnglandChristian directions and instructions for Negroes. London : Printed for J.F. and C. Rivington, 1789.
1789EnglandScripture the friend of freedom; : exemplified by a refutation of the arguments offered in defence of slavery, in a tract entitled, Scriptural researches on the licitness of the slave trade. London: : printed by W. Smith, King-Street, Seven-Dials; : sold by J. Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard-Street; and J. Debrett, Piccadilly., 1789.
1789FranceDernieres observations des citoyens de couleur des isles et colonies françoises : Du 27 novembre 1789.Citoyens de couleur des isles et colonies françoises.[Paris : s.n., 1789]
1789FranceRapport fait a l'Assemblée nationale, au nom du Comité d'agriculture et de commerce, sur le commerce du Sénégal,France. Assemblée nationale constituante (1789-1791). Comité d'agriculture et de commerceA Paris, : De l'Imprimerie nationale., [1789]
1789FranceLettre des citoyens de couleur, des isles et colonies françoises : a Mm. les membres du Comité de vérification de l'Assemblée nationale : Du 23 novembre 1789.Citoyens de couleur des isles et colonies françoises.[Paris] : De l'imprimerie de Lottin l'aîné & Lottin de S.-Germain, imprimeurs-libraires ordinaires de la ville, rue S.-André-des-arcs, (No 27), Nov. 1789.
1789FranceAdresse a l'Assemblée-nationale, pour les citoyens-libres de couleur, des isles & colonies françoises : 18 octobre 1789.Citoyens de couleur des isles et colonies françoises.[Paris : s.n., 1789].
1789FranceObservations de M. de Cocherel, député de Saint-Domingue, à l'Assemblée nationale, sur la demande des mulâtres.Cocherel, Nicolas-Robert, marquis de, 1741-1826.A Paris, : de l'imprimerie de Clousier, imprimeur du roi, rue de Sorbonne., [1789]
1789FranceA l'Assemblée nationale. Supplique et pétition des citoyens de couleur des isles & colonies françoises : sur la motion faite le 27 novembre 1789, par M. de Curt, député de la Guadeloupe, au nom des colonies réunies, tendante à faire nommer un comité des colonies, composé de vingt membres, mi-partie de députés des villes maritimes & des manufactures, et mi-partie de députés des colonies, pour préparer toutes les matières qui peuvent être relatives à ces possessions importantes(1) : Du 2 décembre 1789.Citoyens de couleur des isles et colonies françoises.[Paris : s.n., 1789]
1789FranceExtrait du procès-verbal de l'Assemblée-général des citoyens libres-de-couleur, des isles & colonies françoises, constituée sous le titre de Colons-américains : Du 31 octobre 1789.Citoyens de couleur des isles et colonies françoises.[Paris : s.n., 1789]
1789FranceL'Aristocratie negriere, ou Réflexions philosophiques et historiques sur l'esclavage et l'affranchissement des noirs, : dédiées a l'Assemblée nationale;Sibire, Sébastien-André, b. 1757.A Paris, : chez Lesclapart, libraire de Monsieur, frere du roi, rue du Roule, no. 11, près du Pont-neuf; et Desray, libraire, quai des Augustins, no. 37, M. DCC. LXXXIX. [1789]
1789FranceLe nègre comme il y a peu de blancsLavallée, Joseph, 1747-1816.A Madras [i.e. Paris?], et se trouve à Paris : chez Buisson, libraire, 1789.
1789FranceMémoire sur les noirs de l'Amérique septentrionale : lu à l'assemblée de la Societé des Amis des Noirs, le 9 février 1789Brissot de Warville, J.-P. (Jacques-Pierre), 1754-1793.A Paris : Au Bureau du Patriote français, rue Favart, No. 5. : Chez Bailly, libraire, rue Saint-Honoré, à la Barriere des Sergens : De Senne, libraire, au Palais-Royal : De l'imprimerie de Cailleau, rue Gallande, No. 64, 20 décembre 1789.
1789FranceRéflexions sommaires adressées à la France et à la colonie de S. Domingue.Laborie, P. J.[Paris] : De l'impremerie de Chardon, rue de la Harpe., [1789?]
1789FranceMotion faite par M. Vincent Ogé, jeune à l'Assemblée des colons, habitans de S.-Domingue : à l'Hôtel de Massiac, Place des Victoires.Ogé, Vincent, jeune, ca. 1750-1791.[Paris] : [s.n.], [1789?].
1789FranceOpinion de M. Moreau de S. Méry, député de la Martinique : imprimée par ordre de l'Assemblée nationale.Moreau de Saint-Méry, M. L. E. (Médéric Louis Elie), 1750-1819.A Paris, : De l'Imprimerie nationale., [1789]
1789FranceLa cause des esclaves nègres et des habitans de la Guinée, : portée au tribunal de la justice, de la religion, de la politique; ou Histoire de la traite & de l'esclavage des nègres, preuves de leur illégitimité, moyens de les abolir sans nuire ni aux colonies ni aux colons.Frossard, Benjamin-Sigismond, 1754-1830.A Lyon, : De l'imprimerie d'Aimé de La Roche, imprimeur de la Société royale d'agriculture., M.DCC.LXXXIX. [1789]
1789FranceRéclamations et observations des colons, sur l'idée de l'abolition de la traite et de l'affranchissement des négres.Duval-Sanadon, David, 1748-1816.[Paris? : s.n.], Septembre 1789.
1789FranceDe l'état des Negres rélativement à la prospérité des colonies françaises et de leur métropole; : discours aux réprésentans de la nation. [Paris? : s.n.], 1789.
1789FranceCahier, contenant les plaintes, doléances & réclamations des citoyens-libres & propriétaires de couleur, des isles & colonies françoises. [Paris? : s.n., 1789?]
1789JamaicaObservations, occasioned by the attempts made in England to effect the abolition of the slave trade; : shewing, the manner in which Negroes are treated in the British colonies in the West-Indies : and also, some particular remarks on a letter addressed to the treasurer of the society for effecting such abolition, from the Rev. Robert Boucher Nicholls, dean of Middleham,Francklyn, Gilbert.Kingston, Jamaica, printed. ; London : : Reprinted at the Logographic Press, and sold by J. Walter, No. 169, opposite Bond Street, Piccadilly; C. Stalker, Stationer's Court, Ludgate Street; and W. Richardson, under the Royal Exchange., M.DCC.LXXXIX.. [1789]
1789NetherlandsDescription de la Nigritie.Pruneau de Pommegorge, Antoine Edme, 1720-1812.A Amsterdam et se trouve a Paris : Chez Maradan, libraire, rue des Noyers, no. 33., 1789.
1789New JerseyThe American geography; or, A view of the present situation of the United States of America. : ... Illustrated with two sheet maps-- one of the southern, the other of the northern states, neatly and elegantly engraved, and more correct than any that have hitherto been published. : To which is added, a concise abridgment of the geography of the British, Spanish, French and Dutch dominions in America, and the West Indies-- of Europe, Asia and Africa.Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826.Elizabethtown [N.J.]: : Printed by Shepard Kollock, for the author., M,DCC,LXXXIX. [1789]
1789PennsylvaniaDebates in the British House of Commons, Wednesday, May, 13th, 1789, on the petitions for the abolition of the slave trade.Great Britain. Parliament. House of CommonsPhiladelphia : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third-Streets, MDCCLXXXIX. [1789]
1789PennsylvaniaConsiderations on the abolition of slavery and the slave trade, upon grounds of natural, religious, and political duty.Burgess, Thomas, 1756-1837.Oxford: : sold by D. Prince and J. Cooke; J. and J. Fletcher: ; [London] : and by Elmsly, White, Payne, Cadell, London., 1789.
1789PennsylvaniaAn address to the public, from the Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes, Unlawfully Held in Bondage..Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery.Philadelphia: : Printed by Francis Bailey., [1789]
1789PennsylvaniaThe American jest book: containing a curious variety of jests, anecdotes, bon mots, stories &c. Part I[-II]. Philadelphia : Printed [by Henry Taylor] for M. Carey, and W. Spotswood, M.DCC.LXXXIX. [1789]
1789PennsylvaniaRemarks on the slave trade [Philadelphia : s.n., 1789]
1789ScotlandA voyage to the Cape of Good Hope, towards the Antartic polar circle, and round the world: : but chiefly into the country of the Hottentots and Caffres, from the year 1772, to 1776.Sparrman, Anders, 1748-1820.Perth [Scotland]: : Printed by R. Morison Junior, for R. Morison and Son, booksellers, Perth; G. Mudie, bookseller, Edinburgh; and J. Lackington, Moorfields, London., 1789.
1789ScotlandAnswers to the fifth table of queries : published by the society in London, instituted for the purpose of effecting the abolition of the slave tradeCochrane, Thomas.Edinburgh : printed by D. Willison, for the society instituted at Edinburgh, for the purpose of effecting the abolition of the slave trade, 1789.
1789SpainReal cédula de Su Magestad sobre la educacion, trato y ocupaciones de los esclavos en todos sus dominios de Indias, é Islas Filipinas, baxo las reglas que se expresan.Spain. Laws, statutes, etc., 1788-1808 (Charles IV)Madrid. : En la imprenta de la Viuda de Ibarra,, año de MDCCLXXXIX [1789]
1789SwitzerlandHistoire du naufrage et de la capitivité de M. de Brisson : officier de l'administration des colonies; avec la description des déserts d'Afrique, depuis le Sénégal jusqu'à Maroc.Brisson, Pierre-Raymond de, 1745-1820?A Genève : Chez Barde, Manget & Compagnie, imprimeurs-libraires ; Et trouve à Paris : Chez Royez, libraire, quai des Augustins, 1789.
1790EnglandA letter to William Wilberforce, Esq; : on a fundamental measure for a parliamentary reform; on the glaring impolicy of the dissenter's bill; and on the folly and fatality of abolishing the slave trade..Cawthorne, Joseph.London: : Printed by J. Johnson,, 1790..
1790EnglandMemoirs and travels of Mauritius Augustus count de Benyowsky : ... Consisting of his military operations in Poland, his exile into Kamchatka, his escape and voyage from the peninsula through the northern Pacific Ocean, touching at Japan and Formosa, to Canton in China, with an account of the French settlement he was appointed to form upon the island of MadagascarBenyowsky, Maurice Auguste, comte de, 1746-1786.London : Printed for G.G.J and J. Robinson, Pater-Noster-Row, 1790.
1790EnglandObservations on the project for abolishing the slave trade, : and on the reasonableness of attempting some practicable mode of relieving the negroes..Sheffield, John Holroyd, Earl of, 1735-1821.London: : Printed for J. Debrett, opposite Burlington House, Piccadilly., M.DCC.XC. [1790]
1790EnglandAbridgment of the minutes of the evidence : taken before a committee of the whole House, to whom it was referred to consider of the slave-trade, 1790.Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee Appointed to Take the Examination of Witnesses Respecting the African Slave Trade[London? : s.n., [1790].
1790EnglandAbridgment of the minutes of the evidence : taken before a committee of the whole House, to whom it was referred to consider of the slave-trade, 1790.Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee Appointed to Take the Examination of Witnesses Respecting the African Slave Trade[London? : s.n., 1790]
1790EnglandTravels, in various parts of Europe, Asia, and Africa, : during a series of thirty years and upwards.MacDonald, John, b. 1741?London: : Printed for the author, and sold by J. Forbes, Covent-Garden., MDCCXC. [1790]
1790EnglandThe padlock. A farceBickerstaff, Isaac, 1735-1812.London : printed for R. Butters, No. 79, Fleet-Street; and sold by all booksellers in town and country, [1790].
1790EnglandTravels into the interior parts of Africa, by the way of the Cape of Good Hope; : in the years 1780, 81, 82, 83, 84 and 85.Le Vaillant, François, 1753-1824.London: : Printed for G.G.J. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row., M.DCC.XC. [1790]
1790EnglandA descriptive account of the island of Jamaica : with remarks upon the cultivation of the sugar-cane ... also ... the consequences of an abolition of the slave-trade, and of the emancipation of the slavesBeckford, William, d. 1799.London : printed for T. and J. Egerton, 1790.
1790EnglandA speech delivered at a free conference between the honourable the Council and Assembly of Jamaica, held the 19th of November, 1789. : On the subject of Mr. Wilberforce's propositions in the House of Commons, concerning the slave trade.Edwards, Bryan, 1743-1800.[London] : Kingston, Jamaica, printed. London: re-printed for J. Debrett, 1790.
1790EnglandA short journey in the West Indies, : in which are interspersed, curious anecdotes and characters. : In two volumes.Dallas, Robert Charles, 1754-1824.London: : printed for the author, and sold by J. Murray, Fleet-Street, and J. Forbes, Covent-Garden., 1790.
1790EnglandFree English territory in Africa.St. George's Bay Company.[London : s.n., 1790]
1790EnglandProceedings of the Association for Promoting the Discovery of the Interior Parts of Africa.Association for Promoting the Discovery of the Interior Parts of Africa.London : Printed by C. Macrae, Printer to the Association, 1790-1810.
1790EnglandA review of the laws of the United States of North America, the British provinces, and West India islands: ... and a comparison of the courts of law and practice there with that of Westminster Hall. London : printed for William Otridge, and John Otridge, 1790.
1790FranceRapport fait a l'Assemblée Nationale, le 8 mars 1790 : au nom du Comité des ColoniesBarnave, Antoine, 1761-1793.A Paris : de l'Imprimerie Nationale, 1790.
1790FranceRapport sur les affaires de Saint-Domingue : fait à l'Assemblée Nationale, au nom du Comité des Colonies, les 11 & 12 Octobre, 1790Barnave, Antoine, 1761-1793.[A Paris : Chez Baudouin, imprimeur de l'Assemblée Nationale], [1790].
1790FranceLettre aux philantropes, : sur les malheurs, les droits et les réclamations des gens de couleur de Saint-Domingue, et des autres îles franc?oises de l'Amérique;Grégoire, Henri, 1750-1831.A Paris, : chez Belin, libraire, rue Saint-Jacques, près St. Yves; Desenne, libraire, au Palais-Royal; Bailly, libraire, rue St-Honoré, barrière de Sergens; et au bureau du Patriote François, place du Théâtre italien., Octobre 1790..
1790FranceMémoire envoyé le 18 juin 1790, au Comité des rapports de l'Assemblée nationale,La Luzerne, César Henri, comte de, 1737-1799.Paris : De l'Imprimerie royale, 1790.
1790FranceVoyage de Monsieur Le Vaillant dans l'intérieur de l'Afrique, par le Cap de Bonne-Espérance, : dans les années 1780, 81, 82, 83, 84 et 85..Le Vaillant, François, 1753-1824.A Paris, : Chez Leroy, libraire, rue Saint-Jacques, vis-à-vis celle de la Parcheminerie, no 15., M.DCC.LXXXX. [1790]
1790FranceSeconde adresse à l'Assemblée nationale, / par la Société des amis des noirs, établie à Paris.Société des amis des noirs.[Paris] : De l'imprimerie du Patriote François, place du Théâtre Italien., [1790]
1790FranceNouvelles officielles extrêmement importantes, arrivées hier a Paris. : Extrait d'une lettre de l'Assemblée-Générale de la partie française de St.-Domingue, a l'Assemblée nationale. AS.-Marc, le 24 juillet 1790.Saint-Domingue. Assemblée généraleA Paris, : de l'Imprimerie nationale., [1790]
1790FranceAdresse a l'Assemblée nationale, pour l'abolition de la traite des noirs.Société des amis des noirs.A Paris. : De l'imp. de L. Potier de Lille, rue Favart, no. 5., 1790.
1790FranceA l'Assemblée nationale : Suplique des citoyens de couleur des isles et colonies françoises, tendante à obtenir un jugement. 30 janvier 1790.Citoyens de couleur des isles et colonies françoises.[Paris] : [s.n.], [1790].
1790FranceRéplique des Deputés des manufactures et du commerce de France, aux administrateurs de la Compagnie du Sénégal..France. Députés des manufactures et du commerce.A Paris, : De l'Imprimerie nationale., 1790..
1790FranceRéclamations adressées à l'Assemblée nationale,Raimond, Julien, 1743?-1802?[Paris? : s.n., 1790?]
1790FranceAdresse des citoyens de couleur des isles & colonies françoises; a l'assemblée générale des représentans de la commune de Paris : prononcées, le premier février 1790, par M. De Joly, avocat aux conseils, l'un des représentans de la commune, en présentant une députation des citoyens de couleur ...Citoyens de couleur des isles et colonies françoises.[Paris] : [s.n.] [1790].
1790FranceRécit des derniers événemens arrivés a la Martinique. : Les ennemis de la Constitution triomphent à la Martinique: le pouvoir arbitraire & tyrannique y est rétabli. ...Arnaud Décorio, député.[Paris : s.n., 1790]
1790FranceMémoire pour François-Joseph Chevalier, docteur en medecine, ancien chirurgien - major du régiment de la Martinique, apothicaire & négociant en la ville de Fort-Royal.Chevalier, François-Joseph.A Paris : de l'Impr. de Blanchon, rue S. André-des-Arts, No. 110, [1790].
1790FranceLettre de J.P. Brissot a M. Barnave : sur se rapports concernant les colonies, les décrets qui les on suivis, leurs conséquences fatales; sur sa conduite dans le cours de la révolution; sur le caractère des vrais démocrates; sur les bases de la constitution, les obstacles qui s'opposent à son achèvement, la nécessité de la termineer promptement, etc.Brissot de Warville, J.-P. (Jacques-Pierre), 1754-1793.A Paris : Chez Desenne, libraire : Bailly, libraire : Tous les marchands de nouveautés : et au Bureau du Patriote françois, 20 novembre 1790.
1790FranceRéflexions sur le code noir, et dénonciation d'un crime affreux, commis a Saint-Domingue; : adressées à l'Assemblée nationale,Société des amis des noirs.A Paris. : De l'imprimerie du Patriote François, place du Théâtre Italien., Aout 1790.
1790FranceMémoire sur l'esclavage des negres, : contenant réponse à divers écrits qui ont été publiés en leur faveur; A Paris, : Chez Garnery, libraire, quai des Augustins, No. 25., 1790.
1790FranceRelation authentique de tout ce qui s'est passé à Saint-Domingue avant et après le départ forcé de l'Assemblée coloniale, composée de 85 membres, sur le vaisseau de guerre le Léopard, commandé par M. de Santo-Dominguo, créole de cette isle, et bon patriote; : avec la correspondance des sieurs de Peynier, gouverneur, Coutard, et autres commandants et officiers tant de terre que de mer, ennemis des colons patriotes, interceptée par l'activité de l'Assemblée Coloniale et des municipalités de Saint-Domingue. [Paris : s.n., 1790]
1790FranceVoyages dans le pays des Hottentots, a la Caffrerie, a la Baye Botanique, et dans la Nouvelle Hollande. A Paris, : Chez Letellier, libraire, quai des Augustins, no. 50, 1790..
1790GermanyDecas collectionis suae craniorum diversarum gentium illustrataBlumenbach, Johann Friedrich, 1752-1840.Gottingae : Apud Ioann. Christ. Dieterich, 1790-1820.
1790HaitiÉtat des finances de Saint-Domingue : contenant le résumé des recettes & dépenses de toutes les caisses publiques, depuis le 1er Janvier 1789, jusqu'au 31 Décembre de la même annéeProisy, Vincent-René de.Au Port-au-Prince : De L'Impimerie de Mozard, 1790.
1790IrelandEssays, philosophical, historical, and literary : In two volumes.Belsham, William, 1752-1827.Dublin : printed by J. Moore, 1790.
1790IrelandTravels to discover the source of the Nile : in the years 1768, 1769, 1770, 1771, 1772, and 1773 : In six volumesBruce, James, 1730-1794.Dublin : Printed by William Sleater, for P. Wogan [and 12 others], 1790-1791.
1790ItalyViaggio negli Stati Uniti dell' America Settentrionale : fatto negli anni 1785, 1786, e 1787Castiglioni, Luigi, 1757-1832.Milano : Nella Stamperia di Giuseppe Marelli ... , 1790.
1790MarylandLaws of Maryland, made and passed at a session of Assembly, begun and held at the city of Annapolis on Monday the second of November, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-nine.Maryland.Annapolis : Printed by Frederick Green, printer to the state, [1790]
1790MassachusettsGeography made easy: being an abridgement of The American geography.: Containing, astronomical geography - discovery and general description of America - general view of the United States - particular accounts of the thirteen United States of America, in regard to their boundaries, extent, rivers, lakes, mountains, productions, population, character, government, trade, manufactures, curiosities, history, &c. To which is added, a geographical account of the European settlements in America; and of Europe, Asia and Africa. Illustrated with eight neat maps and cuts. Calculated particularly for the use and improvement of schools in the United States.Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826.Printed at Boston, : by Isaiah Thomas & Ebenezer T. Andrews., MDCCXC [1790]..
1790MassachusettsGeography made easy: being an abridgement of the American geography. ... To which is added, a geographical account of the European settlements in America; and of Europe, Asia and Africa. Illustrated with eight neat maps and cuts. Calculated particularly for the use and improvement of schools in the United States. By Jedidiah Morse, A.M. Minister of the congregation in Charlestown, near Boston.Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826.Printed at Boston : by Isaiah Thomas & Ebenezer T. Andrews, MDCCXC. [1790]
1790New YorkAn interesting narrative of the travels of James Bruce, Esq. into Abyssinia, to discover the source of the NileBruce, James, 1730-1794.[New York] : London : Printed ; New-York : Re-printed for Berry and Rogers, Hanover-Square, 1790.
1790PennsylvaniaObservations upon Negro-slavery.Crawford, Charles, b. 1752.Philadelphia: : printed and sold by Eleazer Oswald, in Market-Street, between Fourth and Fifth-streets., 1790.
1790PennsylvaniaAn essay on the African slave trade.Belsham, William, 1752-1827.Philadelphia : printed by Daniel Humphreys, 1790.
1790PennsylvaniaSpeech of William Pinkney, Esq. in the House of Delegates of Maryland : at their session in November, 1789.Pinkney, William, 1764-1822.Philadelphia : printed by Joseph Crukshank, 1790.
1790PennsylvaniaThe public laws of the state of South-Carolina, from its first establishment as a British province down to the year 1790, inclusive, in which is comprehended such of the statutes of Great Britain as were made of force by the act of assembly of 1712, with an appendix containing such other statutes as have been enacted or declared to be of force in this state, either virtually or expressly, to which is added the titles of all the laws (with their respective dates) which have been passed in South-Carolina down to the present time, also the Constitution of the United States with the amendments thereto, and likewise the newly adopted Constitution of the state of South-Carolina, together with a copious index to the whole. By the Honorable John Faucheraud Grimké, Esq. A.B. & L.L.D. and one of the associate judges of the Superior Courts in the state of South-Carolina. [One line in Latin]South Carolina.Philadelphia : Printed by R. Aitken & Son, in Market Street, M.DCC.XC. [1790]
1790PennsylvaniaA Poetical epistle to the enslaved Africans, : in the character of an ancient Negro, born a slave in Pennsylvania; but liberated some years since, and instructed in useful learning, and the great truths of Christianity. : With a brief historical introduction, and biographical notices of some of the earliest advocates for that oppressed class of our fellow-creatures.. Philadelphia: : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third-Streets., M DCC XC. [1790].
1790PennsylvaniaA Poetical epistle to the enslaved Africans, in the character of an ancient Negro, born a slave in Pennsylvania; but liberated some years since, and instructed in useful learning, and the great truths of Christianity. With a brief historical introduction, and biographical notices of some of the earliest advocates for that oppressed class of our fellow-creatures. [Two lines from Psalms] Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Market-Street, between Second and Third-Streets, MDCCXC. [1790]
1790ScotlandTravels to discover the source of the Nile : in the years 1768, 1769, 1770, 1771, 1772, and 1773 : In five volumesBruce, James, 1730-1794.Edinburgh : Printed by J. Ruthven, for G.G.J. and J. Robinson, Paternoster Row, London, 1790.
1791ConnecticutThe African slave trade. : A discourse delivered in the city of New-Haven, September 9, 1790, before the Connecticut' Society for the Promotion of Freedom.Dana, James, 1735-1812.New-Haven [Conn.]: : Printed by Thomas and Samuel Green., 1791.
1791ConnecticutThe injustice and impolicy of the slave trade, and of the slavery of the Africans: : illustrated in a sermon preached before the Connecticut Society for the Promotion of Freedom, and for the Relief of Persons Unlawfully Holden in Bondage, at their annual meeting in New-Haven; September 15, 1791.Edwards, Jonathan, 1745-1801.[New Haven, Conn.] : Printed by Thomas and Samuel Green., M,DCC,XCI. [1791]
1791EnglandAn address to the people of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West India sugar and rum.Fox, William, fl. 1791-1813.Birmingham: : sold by Swinney & Walker ... , 1791.
1791EnglandAn address to the people of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West India sugar and rum.Fox, William, fl. 1791-1813.[London] : Sold by M. Gurney, No. 128, Holborn-Hill, T. Knott, No. 47. Lombard-Street, and C. Forster, No. 41, Poultry., 1791.
1791EnglandTravels round the world, in the years 1767, 1768, 1769, 1770, 1771.Pagès, Monsieur de (Pierre Marie François), 1748-1793.London: : Printed for J. Murray, no. 32, Fleet Street., M.DCC.XCI.[-M.DCC.XCII. i.e. 1791-1792]
1791EnglandAnno regni Georgii III. Regis Magnæ Britanniæ, Franciæ, & Hiberniæ, tricesimo primo. : At the Parliament begun and holden at Westminster, the twenty-fifth day of November Anno Domini 1790 ... : Being the first session of the seventeenth Parliament of Great Britain..Great Britain.London: : printed by Charles Eyre and Andrew Strahan ... , 1791..
1791EnglandA short relation of the river Nile: : of its sourse and current; of its overflowing the campagnia of Ægypt, 'till it runs into the Mediterranean; and of other curiosities. With a new preface.Lobo, Jerónimo, 1596?-1678.London: : Printed for the Royal Society, MDCLXIX: Reprinted for, and sold by J. Lackington, no 46 & 47, Chiswell-Street, Moorfields,, MDCCXCI. [1791]
1791EnglandA vindication of the address to the people of Great-Britain, on the use of West India produce. : With some observations and facts relative to the situation of slaves. In answer to a female apologist for slavery.Hillier, Richard.London: : Sold by M. Gurney, no. 128, Holborn, L. Wayland, Middle-Row, and T. Knott, no. 47, Lombard-Street., [1791?]
1791EnglandThe history of the island of Dominica : Containing a description of its situation, extent, climate, mountains, rivers, natural productions, &c. &c. Together with an account of the civil government, trade, laws, customs, and manners, of the different inhabitants of that island. Its conquest by the French, and restoration to the British dominionsAtwood, Thomas, d. 1793.London : Printed for J. Johnson 1791.
1791EnglandAbridgment of the minutes of the evidence : taken before a committee of the whole House, to whom it was referred to consider of the slave-trade, 1791.Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee Appointed to Take the Examination of Witnesses Respecting the African Slave Trade[London? : s.n., 1791].
1791EnglandAn account of the life and writings of Thomas Day, Esq..Keir, James, 1735-1820.London: : Printed for John Stockdale, opposite Burlington House, Piccadilly., M.DCC.XCI. [1791]
1791EnglandSubstance of the report of the court of directors of the Sierra Leone Company to the general court, held at London on Wednesday the 19th of October, 1791.Sierra Leone Company.London: : Printed by James Phillips, George Yard, Lombard Street., 1791.
1791EnglandConsiderations on the slave trade; and the consumption of West Indian produce.Cooper, Thomas, 1759-1839.London: : Printed and sold by Darton and Harvey, no. 55, Gracechurch-Street., 1791.
1791EnglandThe debate on a motion for the abolition of the slave-trade, : in the House of Commons, on Monday and Tuesday, April 18 and 19, 1791, reported in detail..Great Britain. Parliament. House of CommonsLondon: : printed by and for W. Woodfall, and sold at the printing-office of the Diary, Salisbury-Square, Fleet-Street., MDCCXCI. [1791]
1791EnglandLetters on the slave-trade, and the state of the natives in those parts of Africa, which are contiguous to Fort St. Louis and Goree : written at Paris in December 1789, and January 1790Clarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846.London : Printed and sold by James Phillips, George Yard, Lombard Street, 1791.
1791EnglandA narrative of the loss of the Grosvenor East Indiaman : which was unfortunately wrecked upon the coast of Caffraria, somewhere between the 27th and 32d degrees of southern latitude, on the 4th of August, 1782Carter, George, 1737-1794.London : Printed at the Minerva Press, for J. Murray, Fleet-Street, and William Lane, Leadenhall-Street, 1791.
1791EnglandEpistle to William Wilberforce, Esq. on the rejection of the bill for abolishing the slave trade. By Anna Letitia Barbauld.Barbauld, Mrs. (Anna Letitia), 1743-1825.London : printed for J. Johnson, 1791.
1791EnglandA letter from Percival Stockdale to Granville Sharp Esq. : suggested to the authour [sic], by the present insurrection of the negroes, in the island of St. Domingo.Stockdale, Percival, 1736-1811.Durham [England]: : Printed by L. Pennington. Sold in London, by W. Clarke, New Bond Street; Shepperson and Reynolds, Oxford Street; T. and J. Egerton, White Hall; T. Whieldon and J. Butterworth, Fleet Street; and T. Vernor, Birchin Lane., [1791?]
1791EnglandAn abstract of the evidence delivered before a select committee of the House of Commons in the years 1790, and 1791; on the part of the petitioners for the abolition of the slave-trade.Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee Appointed to Take the Examination of Witnesses Respecting the African Slave TradeLondon : printed by James Phillips, 1791.
1791EnglandAn address to the people of Great Britain, on the consumption of West-India produce. [London] : Sold by I. Phillips; and M. Gurney, [1791].
1791FranceObservations importantes sur les troubles de Saint-Domingue : inutilité absolue des moyens qu'on prend pour les appaiser, si l'on n'améliore pas en même temps le sort des Nègres esclaves, si l'on n'interdit pas aux colons les rigueurs excessives qu'ils se permettent d'exercer sur euxBlanc-Gilli, Mathieu.[Paris : De l'Imprimerie nationale, 1791].
1791FranceOpinion de M. l'abbé Maury, député de Picardie, sur le droit d'initiative : que réclament les assemblées coloniales pour tout les loix relatives à l'état des personnes dans les colonies; & sur l'admissibilité des hommes de couleur aux droits de citoyen actif, ou aux emplois publics; prononcée dans l'Assembleée nationale, le vendredi 13 mai 1791..Maury, Jean Siffrein, 1746-1817.[Paris] : De l'imprimerie nationale., [1791].
1791FranceConcordat, ou Traité de paix entre les citoyens blancs et les citoyens de couleur des quatorze paroisses de la province de l'Ouest de la partie françoise de Saint-Domingue.Saint-Domingue.[Paris] : De l'Imprimerie du Patriote François, place du Théâtre Italien., [1791?]
1791FranceDiscours de J. P. Brissot, député, sur les causes des troubles de Saint-Domingue : prononcé à la séance du premier décembre 1791Brissot de Warville, J.-P. (Jacques-Pierre), 1754-1793.A Paris : De l'Imprimerie nationale, [1791].
1791FranceLoi relative au commerce du Sénégal. : Donnée à Paris. Le 23 janvier 1791..France.A Coutances, : de l'imprimerie de J.N. Agnès, 1791..
1791FranceSur la question des gens de couleurRoume, Philippe Rose.[Paris? : s.n.], 1791.
1791FranceLa Société des amis des noirs à Arthur Dillon, député de la Martinique à l'Assemblée nationale.Société des amis des noirs.[Paris] : De l'imprimerie du Patriote François, place du Théâtre Italien., [1791]
1791FranceNouveau voyage dans les États-Unis de l'Amérique Septentrionale, : fait en 1788;Brissot de Warville, J.-P. (Jacques-Pierre), 1754-1793.A Paris, : Chez Buisson ., avril 1791.
1791FranceObservations sur l'origine et les progrés du préjugé des colons blancs contre les hommes de couleur; : sur les inconvéniens de le perpétuer; la nécessité, la facilité de le détruire; sur le projet du Comité colonial, etc.Raimond, Julien, 1743?-1802?Paris, : chez Belin, libraire, rue Saint-Jacques, près St. Yves; Desenne, libraire, au Palais-Royal; Bailly, libraire, rue St. Honoré, barrière des Sergens; et au bureau du Patriote Franc?ois, place du Théâtre Italien, rue Favart, no. 3., 26 janvier 1791.
1791FranceRecueil de vues des lieux principaux de la colonie françoise de Saint-Domingue,Ponce, Nicolas, 1746-1831.A Paris, : Chez M. Moreau de Saint-Méry, Rue Caumartin, no. 31. [Chez] M. Ponce, rue Saint-Hyacinthe, no. 19. [Chez] M. Phelipeau, rue Saint-Jacques, près celle des Mathurins, no. 45., A.P.D.R. 1791..
1791FranceAdresse de la Société des amis des noirs, à l'Assemblée nationale, a toutes les villes de commerce, à toutes les manufactures, aux colonies, à toutes les sociétés des amis de la Constitution : adresse dans laquelle on approfondit les relations politiques et commerciales entre la métropole et les colonies, &c.Société des amis des noirs.A Paris : de L'Imprimerie du patriote françois, Mars 1791.
1791FranceRéponse aux Considérations de M. Moreau, dit Saint-Méry, : député à l'Assemblée nationale, sur les colonies;Raimond, Julien, 1743?-1802?A Paris, : De l'imprimerie du Patriote François, place de Théâtre Italien, No. 2., 12 Mai 1791.
1791FranceDiscours prononcés a la barre de l'Assembléenationale, [sic] le 7 décembre 1791, par les députés de la ville de Saint-Pierre-Martinique. : Imprimés par ordre de l'Assemblée Nationale.Crassous, A.[Paris] : De l'imprimerie nationale., [1791].
1791FranceRapport du Comité colonial, : sur l'admission du Député de l'Isle de Bourbon au Corps-Législatif;Despinassy de Fontanelles, Antoine-Joseph-Marie, 1757-1829.[Paris] : De l'Imprimerie nationale, [1791?]
1791FranceNouveau voyage dans les États-Unis de l'Amérique septentrionale, fait en 1788Brissot de Warville, J.-P. (Jacques-Pierre), 1754-1793.A Paris : Chez Buisson, imprimeur et libraire, rue Haute-Feuille, No. 20, Avril 1791.
1791FranceDiscours prononcé le 23 octobre 1791, par M. le Maire du Port-au-Prince, a la suite du traité de paix entre les citoyens blancs & les citoyens de couleur de la province de l'Ouest de la partie française de Saint-Domingue.Maire du Port-au-Prince.[Paris] : De l'Imprimerie nationale, [1791].
1791FranceOpinion sur les mesures provisoires relatives aux colonies; : prononcée à la séance du 7 décembre 1791,Garran de Coulon, Jean-Philippe, 1749-1816.A Paris, : de l'Imprimerie nationale., 1791..
1791FranceOpinion de M. Moreau de S. Méry, député de la Martinique. sur l'organisation du ministère, et notament sur la nécessité de ne faire qu'un seul ministère de la Marine & des Colonies.Moreau de Saint-Méry, M. L. E. (Médéric Louis Elie), 1750-1819.A Paris, : de l'Imprimerie nationale., [1791]
1791FranceProjet de pétition d'un colon, aux représentans du peuple françois, : sur la motion de faire décréter le concordat passé à la Croix des Bouquets, le 11 Septembre 1791, entre les blancs de la garde nationale du Port-au-Prince, et les mulâtres libres & nègres esclaves campés auprès de cette ville. [Paris] : De l'imprimerie de J.B. Chemin, rue de la Juiverie, au coin de celle des Marmouzets., [1791]
1791FranceRévolution de la Martinique, : depuis le premier Septembre 1790 jusqu'au 10 Mars 1791. [Paris] : De l'Impr. de Testu, successeur de la Veuve d'Houry, rue Hautefeuille, No. 14., [1791]
1791FrancePétition nouvelle des citoyens de couleur des îsles franc?oises, a l'Assemblée nationale; : précédée d'un avertissement sur les manoeuvres employées pour faire échouer cette pétition, et suivie de pièces justificatives. A Paris, : chez Desenne, libraire, au Palais-Royal; Bailly, libraire, rue St-Honoré, barrière des Sergens; tous les marchands de nouveautés; et au bureau du Patriote Franc?ois, place du Théâtre Italien., 18 mars 1791.
1791GermanyMahlerische Beschreibung der Insel Jamaica : mit Hinsicht auf die Verbesserung der Lage der Neger=SclavenBeckford, William, d. 1799.Berlin, 1791 : In der Vossischen Buchhandlung, [1791].
1791GermanyFortsetzung von David Cranzens Brüder-Historie..Hegner, J. K. (Johann Konrad), b. 1748.Barby [Germany] : zu finden in den Brüdergemeinen., 1791-1816..
1791MartiniqueProclamation : Nous Lieutenant-général des armées du Roi, Gouverneur général des îles du Vent, Commandant les forces de Terre & de Mer, et nous commissaires du Roi, envoyés pour l'exécution de la loi du huit Décembre dernier, relative à la situation de la Martinique.Iles du vent. Gouverneur general.A Saint-Pierre-Martinique : de l'imprimerie de P. Richard & Le Cadre, 1791.
1791MarylandBenjamin Banneker's Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia almanack, and ephemeris, for the year of our Lord, 1792 : being bissextile, or leap-year, and the sixteenth year of American independence, which commenced July 4, 1776. ...Banneker, Benjamin, 1731-1806.Baltimore [Md.] : Printed and sold, wholesale and retail, by William Goddard and James Angell. Sold, also, by Mr. Joseph Crukshank, and Mr. Daniel Humphreys, Philadelphia - and by Messrs. Hanson and Bond, in Alexandria, [1791].
1791MassachusettsGeography made easy: : being an abridgement of the American geography. Containing astronomical geography; discovery and general description of America; general view of the United States; particular accounts of the thirteen United States of America, in regard to boundaries, extent, rivers, lakes, mountains, productions, population, character, government, trade, manufactures, curiosities, history, &c. To which is added, a geographical account of the European settlements in America; and of Europe, Asia and Africa. Illustrated with eight neat maps and cuts, newly engraved. Calculated particularly for the use and improvement of schools in the United States of America.Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826.Boston: : Printed by Samuel Hall, no. 53, Cornhill., MDCCXCI [1791]..
1791New YorkThe interesting narrative of the life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African.Equiano, Olaudah, b. 1745.New-York: : printed and sold by W. Durell, at his book-store and printing-office, no. 19, Q. Street., M,DCC,XCI. [1791]
1791PennsylvaniaDas Leben und die Begebenheiten von Joseph Mountain, : einem Neg'er, Welcher zu Neu=Haven, am 20sten October, 1790, fur eine Nothzuchtigung; so er im letztern May begangen, hingerichtet worden.Mountain, Joseph, 1758-1790.[Philadelphia : Carl Cist, 1791?]
1791PennsylvaniaEssays on the subject of the slave-trade : in which the sentiments of several eminent British writers are attended to.-- And also containing extracts from an address of the Abolition Society in Paris, to the National Assembly, and to their countrymen in general, dated March 28, 1791.-- Particularly honorable to that nation, and friendly to the rights of mankind. Philadelphia: : Printed by Eleazer Oswald, 1791.
1792ConnecticutActs and laws, made and passed by the General Court or Assembly of the state of Connecticut, in America, holden at Hartford, (in said state) on the second Thursday of May, anno Domini, 1792.Connecticut.Hartford [Conn.]: : Printed by Elisha Babcock., [1792]
1792EnglandCommerce in the human species, and the enslaving of innocent persons, inimical to the laws of Moses and the gospel of Christ. : A sermon, preached in Little Prescot Street, Goodman's Fields, January 29, 1792.Booth, Abraham, 1734-1806.London: : Printed by L. Wayland; and sold by C. Dilly, Poultry; and T. Knott, Lombard-Street., M,DCC,XCII. (Price three-pence). [1792]
1792EnglandAn address, to the people called Methodists; concerning the criminality of encouraging slaveryBradburn, Samuel, 1751-1816.London : Sold by M. Gurney, No. 128, Holborn, [1792?]
1792EnglandThe duty of abstaining from the use of West India produce, a speech, delivered at Coach-maker's-Hall, Jan. 12, 1792.Allen, William, 1770-1843.London : Printed for T. W. Hawkins; and sold by M. Gurney; T. Knott; W. Button; and at Mr. Uffington's Library, [1792].
1792EnglandThe American geography; or, A view of the present situation of the United States of America: : containing astronomical geography.--Geographical definitions, discovery, and general description of America and the United States ... With a particular description of Kentucky, the western territory, and Vermont ... To which is added, an abridgement of the geography of the British, Spanish, French and Dutch dominions in America and the West Indies.--of Europe, Asia and Africa.Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826.London: : Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly., MDCCXCII [1792]..
1792EnglandAn appeal to the candour and justice of the people of England, in behalf of the West India merchants and planters, founded on plain facts and incontrovertible arguments..Macarty, CaptainLondon: : Printed for and published by J. Debrett, Piccadilly, and may be had of all the booksellers., 1792..
1792EnglandOld truths and established facts : being an answer to A very new pamphlet indeed!Vindex.[London : s.n., 1792?].
1792EnglandThe debate on a motion for the abolition of the slave-trade, : in the House of Commons, on Monday the second of April, 1792, : reported in detail..Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons[London? : s.n., 1792]
1792EnglandA particular account of the insurrection of the Negroes of St. Domingo, begun in August, 1791Saint-Domingue. Assemblée générale. Députés.[London? : s.n., 1792?]
1792EnglandRemarks on a speech, made to the National Assembly of France, by the deputies, from the General Assembly of the French port of St. Domingo. : With observations on the evidence delivered before a select Committee of the House of Commons, in 1790 and 1791. On the part of the petitioners for the abolition of the slave trade.Mallet, Philip.[London] : Printed for the author by J. Brown, and sold by J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church Yard, and by G. Phillips, in George Yard, Lombard Street, and at the printing office, Fair Street, Horsly-Down., [1792?]
1792EnglandSubstance of the report of the court of directors of the Sierra Leone Company to the general court, held at London on Wednesday the 19th of October, 1791. : To which is added a postscript.Sierra Leone Company.London: : Printed by James Phillips, George Yard, Lombard Street., 1792.
1792EnglandReasons why the people called Quakers cannot so fully unite with the Methodists, in their missions to the negroes in the West India islands and Africa, as freely to contribute thereto; : with a few queries consonant therewith..Phillips, Catharine, 1727-1794.London: : Printed by James Phillips, George Yard, Lombard Street., 1792..
1792EnglandThe debate on a motion for the abolition of the slave-trade, : in the House of Commons, on Monday the second of April, 1792, : reported in detail..Great Britain. Parliament. House of CommonsLondon: : printed by W. Woodfall, and sold at the printing-office of the Diary Salisbury-Square, Fleet-Street., MDCCXCII. [1792]
1792EnglandAn abstract of the evidence delivered before a select committee of the House of Commons in the years 1790, and 1791; on the part of the petitioners for the abolition of the slave-trade.Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee Appointed to Take the Examination of Witnesses Respecting the African Slave TradeLondon : Printed by James Phillips, 1792.
1792EnglandA journal of a journey from the Cape of Good Hope, : undertaken in 1790 and 1791,Reenen, Jacob van.London: : Printed for G. Nicol, bookseller to His Majesty, Pall-Mall., MDCCXCII. [1792]
1792EnglandA very new pamphlet indeed! : Being the truth: addressed to the people at large. Containing some strictures on the English Jacobins, and the evidence of Lord M'Cartney, and others, before the House of Lords, respecting the slave trade.Truth.London [s.n.], Printed in the year 1792.
1792EnglandA short sketch of the evidence, for the abolition of the slave trade, delivered before a committee of the House of Commons. : To which is added, a recommendation of the subject to the serious attention of people in general.Crafton, William Bell.London: : [s.n.], printed in the year 1792.
1792EnglandA voyage to Madagascar, and the East Indies.Rochon, Alexis, 1741-1817.London: : Printed for G.G.J. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row., M.DCC.XCII. [1792]
1792EnglandOld truths and established facts : being an answer to A very new pamphlet indeed!Vindex.[London : s.n., 1792?].
1792EnglandA summary of the evidence produced before a committee of the House of Commons, relating to the slave tradeFox, William, fl. 1791-1813.London : Sold by Mr. Gurney, 1792.
1792EnglandVoyages to the coast of Africa,Saugnier.London: : Printed for G.G.J. and J. Robinson, Paternoster Row., 1792.
1792EnglandNew travels in the United States of America. Performed in 1788.Brissot de Warville, J.-P. (Jacques-Pierre), 1754-1793.London : Printed for J.S. Jordan, No. 166, Fleet-Street, 1792.
1792EnglandA particular account of the commencement and progress of the insurrection of the Negroes in St. Domingo, which began in August 1791: : being a translation of the speech made to the National Assembly, the 3d of November 1791, by the deputies from the General Assembly of the French part of St. Domingo..Saint-Domingue. Assemblée généraleLondon: : Printed for J. Sewell, no. 32, Cornhill,, M.DCC.XCII. [1792].
1792EnglandAn abridgment of the evidence delivered before a select committee of the House of Commons, in the years 1790 and 1791, on the part of the petitioners for the abolition of the slave-trade.Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee Appointed to Take the Examination of Witnesses Respecting the African Slave TradeLondon : Printed by James Phillips, 1792.
1792EnglandA defence of the planters in the West-Indies; : comprised in four arguments on comparative humanity, on comparative slavery, on the African slave trade, and on the condition of Negroes in the West-Indies.Foot, Jesse, 1744-1826.London: : printed for J. Debrett, opposite Burlington-House, Piccadilly., 1792..
1792EnglandSubstance of the report of the court of directors of the Sierra Leone Company to the general court, held at London on Wednesday the 19th of October, 1791. : To which is added a postscript.Sierra Leone Company.London: : Printed by James Phillips, George Yard, Lombard Street., 1792.
1792EnglandThe speech of the Right Honourable William Pitt, on a motion for the abolition of the slave trade, : in the House of Commons, on Monday the second of April, 1792..Pitt, William, 1759-1806.London: : Printed by James Phillips, George Yard, Lombard Street., M.DCC.XCII. [1792].
1792EnglandAn address, to the people called Methodists; concerning the wickedness of encouraging the slave tradeBradburn, Samuel, 1751-1816.Manchester : Printed by T. Harper, Smithy-door, 1792.
1792EnglandTo the Clergy. : Brethren, as the slave trade, with its consequences, is one of the greatest enormities existing ...A.--Z.[London, England? : s.n., 1792]
1792EnglandAn inquiry into the causes of the insurrection of the Negroes in the island of St. Domingo : To which are added, Observations of M. Garran-Coulon on the same subject, read in his absence by M. Guadet, before the National Assembly, 29th Feb. 1792. London : Printed and sold by J. Johnson, 1792.
1792EnglandSlave trade. : "The history of this commerce is written throughout in characters of blood. ... [London, England? : s.n., 1792?]
1792EnglandRemarks on the new sugar-bill, and on the national compacts respecting the sugar-trade and slave-trade. London: : Printed for J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church-Yard, and J. Debrett, Piccadilly., M.DCC.XCII. [1792]
1792EnglandThe legal claim of the British sugar-colonies to enjoy an exclusive right of supplying this kingdom with sugars, in return for sundry restrictions laid upon these colonies in favour of the products, manufactures, commerce, revenue, and and [sic] navigation, of Great Britain; : demonstrated by proofs extracted from the stature-book.. [London : s.n., 1792]
1792EnglandNo Rum!---No Sugar! or, The voice of Blood : being half an hour's conversation, between a Negro and an English gentleman, shewing the horrible nature of the slave trade, and pointing out an easy and effectual method of terminating it by an act of the people. London : Printed for L. Wayland. Sold also by Mr. Parsons, and Mr. Button, 1792.
1792EnglandAn Epistle to Will. Wilberforce, Esq. written during the disturbances in the West Indies.. London: : Printed and sold by Darton and Harvey, 55, Gracechurch Street., MDCCXCII. [1792]
1792EnglandThe True state of the question, : addressed to the petitioners for the abolition of the slave trade. London. : Printed for J. Bell, British Library, Strand., MDCCXCII. [1792]
1792EnglandA country gentleman's reasons for voting against Mr. Wilberforce's motion for a bill to prohibit the importation of African Negroes into the colonies. London: : printed for J. Debrett, opposite Burlington House, Picadilly., 1792.
1792FranceExtrait d'une lettre de M. le Borgne : Secr'etaire de la Commission-nationale-civile, dat'ee du Cap, le 29 juillet 1792, adress'ee à M. le Ministre de la Marine et des Colonies; imprim'ee et envoy'ee aux arm'ees, par d'ecret du 18 septembre 1792, l'an quatrième de la libert'e, et le premier de l''elgalit'e.Adet, Pierre-Auguste, 1763-1832.[Paris] : de L'Imprimerie Nationale, [1792].
1792FranceCorrespondance secrète des députés de Saint-Domingue avec les comités de cette isle.Saint-Domingue. DéputésParis, : [s.n.], l'an de la liberté 1er.[1792?]
1792FranceMémoire historique des dernières révolutions des provinces de l'ouest et du sud de la partie françoise de Saint-Domingue,Saint-Domingue. Commissaires.A Paris, : de l'Imprimerie du Patriote François, place du Théâtre Italien., Juin 1792, l'an 4me de la liberté.
1792FranceRapport fait a l'Assemblée Nationale : au nom du comité des colonies, concernant les troubles arrivés à la GuadeloupeQueslin, Jean-Adrien.Paris : de l'Imprimerie Nationale, 1792.
1792FranceConvention nationale. : Arrêté portant suspension des citoyens d'Esparbès, Cambefort, et autres officiers militaires de la colonie de Saint-Domingue, : Imprimé par ordre de la convention. : Décret du 17 décembre 1792, l'an premier de la république française. : Au nom de la nation.France. Convention nationale[Paris] : De l'Imprimerie Nationale., [1792]
1792FranceOpinion de M. Guadet, député du Département de la Gironde, sur les colonies; : prononcée dans la séance du 23 mars 1792. Imprimée par ordre de l'Assemblée nationale..Guadet, Marguerite-Élie, 1758-1794.[Paris] : De l'Imprimerie nationale., [1792]
1792FranceLettre de M. de Mirbeck, : commissaire national-civil, délégué par le Roi aux isles françoises de l'Amérique sous le vent. a M. Bertrand, ci-devant ministre de la Marine.Mirbeck, Ignace-Frédéric de, 1732-1818.[Paris] : De l'Imprimerie de Clousier, imprimeur du Roi, rue de Sorbonne,, 1792..
1792FranceRelations de plusieurs voyages a la cote d'Afrique, : a Maroc, au Sénégal, a Gorée, a Galam, &c. Avec des détails intéressans pour ceux qui se destinent à la traite des negres, de l'or, de l'ivoire, &c.Saugnier.A Paris, : et se trouve a Maestricht, chez J.P. Roux & Compagnie, imprimeurs-libraires, associés., 1792.
1792FranceRapport sur l'isle de Cayenne & la Guiane-française, : fait a l'Assemblée nationale, au nom du Comité colonial,Levavasseur, Pierre Léon, 1756-1808.[Paris] : De l'Imprimerie nationale., [1792]
1792FranceRapport fait a l'Assemblée nationale, au nom du comité colonial, sur les troubles de la Martinique;Gonyn, P.[Paris] : De l'Imprimerie nationale., [1792]
1792FranceDissertation sur les variétés naturelles qui caractérisent la physionomie des hommes des divers climats et des différens ages. : Suivie de réflexions sur la beauté; particulièrement sur celle de la tête; avec une manière nouvelle de dessiner toute sorte de têtes avec la plus grande exactitude.Camper, Petrus, 1722-1789.A Paris, : Chez Francart, libraire, et commissionnaire, quai des Augustins, No. 27., 1792.
1792FranceRapport et projet de décret, relatifs au débarquement de 217 nègres opéré dans l'île d'Engliskey par le capitaine Colmin, : & aux indemnités réclamées par ce capitaine & son armateur, présentés au nom du Comité colonial,Tarbé, Charles, 1756-1804.A Paris. : De l'Imprimerie Nationale., 1792.
1792FranceRapport et projet de décret sur les effets de la révolution dans les colonies françaises au-delà du cap de Bonne-Espérance; : ... sur l'importance de rétablir à Pondichéri une garnison et un état militaire ... ; et sur les moyens d'établir de nouvelles cultures sans le service des esclaves; : présentés a l'Assemblée nationale, le 7 janvier 1792, l'an 4 de la liberté, au nom du Comité des colonies,Journu-Auber, Bernard, 1745-1815.[Paris] : De l'Imprimerie nationale., [1792?]
1792FranceOpinion de J. Ph. Garran, député du département de Paris, sur les causes et les remèdes des désastres des colonies, : lue à la séance du 29 février 1792; : imprimée par ordre de l'Assemblée nationale..Garran de Coulon, Jean-Philippe, 1749-1816.A Paris, : de l'Imprimerie nationale., [1792?]
1792FranceDiscours prononcé, par les hommes de couleur, : a la barre de l'Assemblée nationale, le 30 mars 1792. Imprimé par ordre de l'Assemblée nationale. [Paris] : De l'Imprimerie nationale., [1792]
1792GermanyPeter Camper über den natürlichen Unterschied der Gesichtszüge in Menschen verschiedener Gegenden und verschiedenen Alters : über das schöne antiker Bildsäulen und geschnittener Steine; nebst Darstellung einer neuen Art, allerlei Menschenköpfe mit Sicherheit zu zeichnenCamper, Petrus, 1722-1789.Berlin : In der Vossischen Buchhandlung, 1792.
1792GermanyNeue Reise durch die Vereinigten Staaten von Nord-Amerika im Jahre 1788Brissot de Warville, J.-P. (Jacques-Pierre), 1754-1793.Bayreuth : im Berlag der dasigen Zeitungsdruckerey, 1792.
1792IrelandNew travels in the United States of America. Performed in 1788.Brissot de Warville, J.-P. (Jacques-Pierre), 1754-1793.Dublin : Printed by W. Corbet, for P. Byrne, A. Grueber, W. M'Kenzie, J. Moore, W. Jones, R. M'Allister, and J. Rice, 1792.
1792IrelandA poem on the African slave trade : Addressed to her own sexBirket, M. (Mary)Dublin : printed by W. Corbet, for J. Jones, no. 111, Grafton-Street, 1792.
1792JamaicaThe laws of Jamaica: : comprehending all the acts in force, passed between the thirty-second year of the reign of King Charles the Second, and the thirty-third year of the reign of King George the Third [1681-1792]. : To which is prefixed, a table of the titles of the public and private acts passed during that time.Jamaica.St. Jago de la Vega [i.e. Spanish Town], Jamaica: : Printed by Alexander Aikman, printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty., M.DCC.XCII. [1792]
1792KentuckySlavery inconsistent with justice and good policy. By Philanthropos.Rice, David, 1733-1816.Lexington [Ky.] : Printed by J. Bradford, M.DCC.XCII. [1792]
1792MassachusettsAn address to the people of Great-Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West-India sugar and rum.Fox, William, fl. 1791-1813.[Boston] : First printed in London. Re-printed by Samuel Hall, in Boston., 1792.
1792New YorkNew travels in the United States of America. Performed in 1788Brissot de Warville, J.-P. (Jacques-Pierre), 1754-1793.New-York : Printed by T. & J. Swords, for Berry & Rogers, booksellers and stationers, no. 35, Hanover-Square, 1792.
1792PennsylvaniaReasons why the people called Quakers cannot so fully unite with the Methodists, in their missions to the Negroes in the West India Islands and Africa, as freely to contribute thereto: : with a few queries consonant therewith.Phillips, Catharine, 1727-1794.Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by Daniel Lawrence, no. 33 North 4th Street, near Race., M.DCC.XCII. [1792].
1792PennsylvaniaA short sketch of the evidence for the abolition of the slave trade, : delivered before a committee of the House of Commons. : To which is added, a recommendation of the subject to the serious attention of people in general.Crafton, William Bell.[Philadelphia] : London, printed, Philadelphia: re-printed by Daniel Lawrence., 1792.
1792PennsylvaniaMemorials presented to the Congress of the United States of America : by the different societies instituted for promoting the abolition of slavery, &c. &c. in the states of Rhode-Island, Connecticut, New-York, Pennsylvania, Mary-land, and Virginia. Published by order of "The Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes Unlawfully Held in Bondage, and for Improving the Condition of the African Race."Convention of Delegates from the Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the United States.Philadelphia : printed by Francis Bailey, 1792.
1792PennsylvaniaAn address to the people of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West India sugar and rum.Fox, William, fl. 1791-1813.[Philadelphia] : London, printed, Philadelphia: re-printed by Daniel Lawrence., 1792.
1792PennsylvaniaAn address to the people of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West-India sugar and rum.Fox, William, fl. 1791-1813.Philadelphia: : printed by Benjamin Johnson, no. 147, High-Street., 1792.
1792PennsylvaniaDinarbas; : a tale: being a continuation of Rasselas, Prince of Abissinia..Knight, Ellis Cornelia, 1757-1837.Philadelphia: : Printed by F. Bailey, No. 116, Market-Street, and T. Lang, No. 21, Church-Alley., MDCCXCII. [1792]
1792PennsylvaniaCommerce in the human species, and the enslaving of innocent persons, inimical to the laws of Moses and the gospel of Christ : A sermon preached in Little Prescot Street, Goodman's Fields, London, Jan. 29, 1792Booth, Abraham, 1734-1806.[Philadelphia] : London printed, Philadelphia re-printed and sold by Daniel Lawrence, No. 33 North 4th Street, Near Race-Street, 1792.
1792PennsylvaniaDas Leben, Begebenheiten, und Bekänntniss von Samuel Pope, einem Mulatto; : nebst einer Erzählung des Verfassers, welcher ihn von Zeit zu Zeit in seiner Gefangenschaft besuchet hat. : Auch eine Anmerkung des Gefängniss-Halters: und zuletzt: ein Brief des obigen an seinen Meister..Pope, Samuel.[Reading, Pa. : Barton and Jungmann?], Gedruckt im Jahr 1792..
1792PennsylvaniaBanneker's almanack, and ephemeris for the year of our Lord 1793 : being the first after bissextile or leap-year: ...Banneker, Benjamin, 1731-1806.Philadelphia : Printed and sold by Joseph Crukshank, [1792].
1792PennsylvaniaAn address to the people of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West-India sugar and rum. [Eight lines from Cowper's Negro's complaint]Fox, William.Philadelphia : Printed by Benjamin Johnson, no. 147, High-Street, M,DCC,XCII. [1792]
1792PennsylvaniaInkle & Yarico, an opera, as performed with great applause, at the Theatre Royal,--London. And now performed with applause by the New American Company, Philadelphia.Colman, George, 1762-1836.Philadelphia. : Printed and sold at E. Story's office, in Fourth-Street, nearly opposite the Indian Queen Tavern, [1792]
1792PennsylvaniaA short sketch of the evidence for the abolition of the slave trade, delivered before a committee of the House of Commons. To which is added, a recommendation of the subject to the serious attention of people in general. [Three lines from Matthew]Crafton, William Bell.[Philadelphia] : London, printed, Philadelphia: re-printed by Daniel Lawrence, MDCCXCII. [1792]
1792PennsylvaniaMemorials presented to the Congress of the United States of America : by the different societies instituted for promoting the abolition of slavery, &c. &c. in the states of Rhode-Island, Connecticut, New-York, Pennsylvania, Mary-land, and Virginia. Published by order of "The Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes Unlawfully Held in Bondage, and for Improving the Condition of the African Race."Convention of Delegates from the Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the United States.Philadelphia : printed by Francis Bailey, 1792.
1792PennsylvaniaAn Inquiry into the causes of the insurrection of the Negroes in the island of St. Domingo : To which are added, Observations of M. Garran-Coulon on the same subject, read in his absence by M. Guadet, before the National Assembly, 29th Feb. 1792. [Philadelphia] ; London: printed: Philadelphia : re-printed and sold by Joseph Crukshank, 1792.
1792PennsylvaniaMemorials presented to the Congress of the United States of America, by the different societies instituted for promoting the abolition of slavery, &c. &c. in the states of Rhode-Island, Connecticut, New-York, Pennsylvania, Mary-land, and Virginia. Published by order of "The Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes Unlawfully Held in Bondage, and for Improving the Condition of the African Race." Philadelphia : Printed by Francis Bailey, no. 116, High-Street, MDCCXCII. [1792]
1792ScotlandA discourse on our obligation to thanksgiving, for the prospect of the abolition of the African slave-trade. : With a prayer. Delivered in the Church of Jedburgh on April 15.Somerville, Thomas, 1741-1830.Kelso [Scotland]: : Printed, at the Union Press, by J. Palmer., Anno 1792.
1792ScotlandA short address to the people of Scotland, on the subject of the slave trade : With a summary view of the evidence delivered before a committee of the House of Commons, on the part of the petitioners, for its abolition.Houldbrooke.Edinburgh : printed by J. Robertson; at the expence of the Society Instituted for the Abolition of the African Slave Trade, 1792.
1792ScotlandSlavery: an essay in verseMarjoribanks, J. (John), d. 1797?Edinburgh : Printed by J. Robertson, 1792.
1793ConnecticutEffects of slavery, on morals and industry.Webster, Noah, 1758-1843.Hartford, (Connecticut) : Printed by Hudson and Goodwin., M.DCC.XCIII. [1793]
1793EnglandAristotle's Master-piece, or, The secrets of nature displayed: : complete, in two parts. To which is added, The family physician: containing choice and approved remedies, for several distempers incident to human bodies..Aristotle's Masterpiece.[London?] : Printed for the booksellers., 1793..
1793EnglandThe dying negro, : a poem.Day, Thomas, 1748-1789.London: : Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly., 1793.
1793EnglandDinarbas; : a tale: being a continuation of Rasselas, Prince of Abissinia..Knight, Ellis Cornelia, 1757-1837.London: : Printed for C. Dilly, in the Poultry., M.DCC.XCIII. [1793]
1793EnglandLetters of Alfred, to the Right Honourable William Pitt : chancellor of the exchequer, and first lord of the treasury, upon the important subject of the slave trade in general : but, referring particularly to his speech, as printed, of the 2d of April, 1792.Alfred.London : printed at the Observer-Office, No. 17, Hollywell-Street, Strand, 1793.
1793EnglandThe dying negro, a poem. By the late Thomas Day and John Bicknell, ... To which is added, a fragment of a letter on the slavery of the negroes. By Thomas Day, Esq. Embellished with a frontispiece.Day, Thomas, 1748-1789.London : printed for John Stockdale, 1793.
1793EnglandLetters to a wifeNewton, John, 1725-1807.London : Printed for J. Johnson, 1793.
1793EnglandTravels in Europe, Africa, and Asia. : Performed between the years 1770 and 1779. In three volumes. ...Thunberg, Carl Peter, 1743-1828.London: : Printed for and sold by W. Richardson, Cornhill; and J. Egerton, whitehall., [1793-1795]
1793EnglandExtracts of the journals of the Rev. Dr. Coke's five visits to America.Coke, Thomas, 1747-1814.London: : printed by G. Paramore, North-Green, Worship-Street; and sold by G. Whitfield, at the chapel, City-Road, and at all the Methodist preaching-houses in town and country., 1793.
1793EnglandA narrative of the loss of the Winterton, on her passage to India, the 20th of August, 1792, on a reef of rocks of the island of Madagascar. : With the names of the passengers and officers that were saved and lost..Dale, John, 18th cent.London: : Printed by C. Whittingham, for B. Crosby, No. 4, Stationers Court, Ludgate Street, [1793?]
1793EnglandThe history of ancient Europe; : with a view of the revolutions in Asia and Africa. In a series of letters to a young nobleman.Russell, William, 1741-1793.London: : Printed for G.G.J and J. Robinson, Pater-Noster Row., 1793.
1793EnglandSlavery inconsistent with justice and good policy; proved by a speech delivered in the convention, held at Danville, Kentucky. By the Rev. David Rice.Rice, David, 1733-1816.[London] : Philadelphia printed, 1792. London reprinted, and sold by M. Gurney, 1793.
1793EnglandThe history of Dahomy, : an inland Kingdom of Africa; : compiled from authentic memoirs; with an introduction and notes.Dalzel, Archibald.London: : printed for the author, by T. Spilsbury and Son, Snowhill; and sold by G. and W. Nicol ... Pall-Mall; C. Dilly, Poultry; and W.J. and J. Richardson, Royal Exchange., 1793.
1793EnglandA voyage to Madagascar and the East Indies.Rochon, Alexis, 1741-1817.London: : Printed for Edward Jeffery, Pall-Mall; R. Faulder, New Bond-Street; T. and J. Egerton, Whitehall; J. Cuthell and J. Deighton, Holborn; J. Bannister, Bell-Yard; J. Walker, Pater-Noster-Row, and W. Miller, Old Bond-Street., M,DCC,XCIII. [1793]
1793EnglandThe history, civil and commercial, of the British colonies in the West Indies: : In two volumes.Edwards, Bryan, 1743-1800.London: : Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly., M.DCC.XCIII. [1793]
1793EnglandThe history of Dahomy, : an inland kingdom of Africa; : compiled from authentic memoirs; with an introduction and notes.Dalzel, Archibald.London: : printed for the editor, by T. Spilsbury and Son, Snow-hill; and sold by J. Evans, Pater-Noster-Row., 1793.
1793EnglandThe geographical magazine; or, New system of geography. : With beautiful and correct views, maps, and globes.Mavor, William Fordyce, 1758-1837.London: : Printed for Harrison and Co. no. 18, Paternoster Row., MDCCXCIV. [i.e. 1793-1794]
1793FranceMémoire justificatif, de Joseph-Paul-Augustin Cambefort, Colonel du Régiment du Cap : commun a Anne-Louis Tousard, Lieutenant-Colonel, à tous les officiers sous-officiers & soldats du même régiment, déportés de Saint-Domingue, par ordre des commissaires civils, délégués par le pouvoir exécutif aux Isles Françaises de l'Amérique-sous-le-vent.Cambefort, Joseph-Paul-Augustin de, 1751-1803.[Paris] : Des Imprimeries des Frères Chaignieau, 1793.
1793FranceQuatrième partie du mémoire justificatif, de Joseph-Paul-Augustin Cambefort, Colonel du Régiment du Cap : commun, a Anne-Louis Tousard, Lieutenant-Colonel, à tous les officiers, sous-officiers & soldats du même régiment, déportés de Saint-Domingue, par ordre des commissaires civils, délégués par le pouvoir-exécutif aux Isles Françaises de l'Amérique Sous-le-vent.Cambefort, Joseph-Paul-Augustin de, 1751-1803.[Paris] : Des Imprimeries des Frères Chaignieau, 1793.
1793FrancePrécis de la justification de Joseph-Paul-Augustin Cambefort, Colonel du Régiment du Cap, & des autres militaires déportés de Saint-Domingue : rigoureusement démontrée par les seules pièces justificatives déposées au Comité Colonial de la Convention Nationale.Cambefort, Joseph-Paul-Augustin de, 1751-1803.[Paris] : De l'Imprimerie de N.H. Nyon, imprimeur rue Mignon, 1793.
1793FranceVoyages en Guinée et dans les îles Caraïbes en Amérique,Isert, Paul Erdmann, 1756-1789.A Paris, : chez Maradan, libraire, rue du Cimitière Saint André, no 9., M.DCC.XCIII. [1793]
1793FranceConspiration découverte par le représentant du peuple Creuset-Pascale, ou, Préceptes des évangelistes selon Saint-Marc.Creuset, Pascale.[Paris] : De l'Imprimerie de Pain, Passage Honoré, [1793?]
1793FranceConvention nationale : Relation dètaillée des évènemens malheureux qui se sont passés au cap depuis l'arrivée du ci-devant général Galbaud, jusqu'au moment où il a fait brûler cette ville et a pris la fuiteFrance. Convention nationale. Comité d'instruction publiqueA Paris : de l'Imprimerie Nationale, L'an deux de la République [1793?].
1793FranceTousard, lieutenant-colonel du régiment du Cap, a la Convention Nationale.Tousard, Louis de, 1749-1817.[Paris] : De l'Imprimerie de N.H. Nyon, imprimeur rue Mignon., 1793.
1793GermanyChristoph Daniel Ebelings, Professors der Geschicte am hamburgischen Gymnasium, und Bibliothekars Erdbeschreibung und Geschichte von Amerika. : Die Vereinten Staaten von Nordamerika..Ebeling, Christophe Daniel, 1741-1817.Hamburg, : Bei Carl Ernst Bohn., 1793-1816..
1793GuadeloupeGeorges-Henri-Victor Collot, maréchal des camps & armées de la république, gouverneur des îles Guadeloupe & dépendances. : Avis au public.Collot, Georges-Henri-Victor, 1750-1805.A la Basse-Terre-Guadeloupe, : de l'imprimerie républicaine de la veuve Benard & d'Al. Villette., [1793].
1793GuadeloupeRapport du Comité de sureté générale a la Commission générale et extraordinaire de la Guadeloupe, : séance du 8 mai 1793, l'an 2 de la République française..Guadeloupe. Commission générale et extraordinaire. Comité de sureté générale.A la Basse-Terre, : de l'imprimerie de la colonie, maison Rannoué,, 23 mai 1793, l'an 2 de la République française..
1793GuadeloupeExtrait des registres du Conseil municipal de la paroisse de Sainte-Anne..Sainte-Anne (Guadeloupe). Conseil municipal.A la Basse-Terre-Guadeloupe, : de l'imprimerie de la Ve Bénard & Villette,, 20 novembre 1793, l'an 2 de la République française..
1793GuadeloupeAu nom de la République Française. : Instructions provisoires du citoyen gouverneur à toutes les municipalités & commandans de la force armée, pour le moment de guerre seulement.Collot, Georges-Henri-Victor, 1750-1805.A la Basse-Terre-Guadeloupe, : de l'imprimerie républicaine de la veuve Benard & d'Al. Villette., [1793 or 1794].
1793GuadeloupeAu nom de la République française. : Nous Georges-Henri-Victor Collot, maréchal des camps et armées de la République française, gouverneur des îles Guadeloupe & dépendances: : Extrait des régistres des délibérations de la Commission générale et extraordinaire de la Guadeloupe, séante à la Basse-Terre, le 25 avril 1793, l'an 2 de la République française ...Guadeloupe.A la Basse-Terre, : de l'imprimerie de la colonie, maison Rannoué,, 27 avril 1793, l'an 2e. de la République française..
1793GuadeloupeAu nom de la République Française. : Organisation d'un bataillon composé de six compagnies de soixante-quatre gardes nationales ...Collot, Georges-Henri-Victor, 1750-1805.A la Basse-Terre-Guadeloupe, : de l'imprimerie républicaine de la veuve Benard & d'Al. Villette,, 25 mai 1793, l'an second de la république française.
1793GuadeloupeExtrait des registres des délibérations du Conseil-général de la commune des Abîmes, : séance du 18 décembre 1793, l'an 2e de la République française..Abymes (Guadeloupe). Conseil général.A la Pointe-à-Pitre, : de l'imprimerie de Sextius Buffardin,, 30 décembre 1793, l'an deuxieme de la République française..
1793HaitiCompte provisoireWante, Charles Etienne Pierre.Au Port-au-Prince : de l'Imprimerie de B.J. Thounens et Compagnie, l'an second de la R'epublique [1793].
1793HaitiLa Municipalité du Port-au-Prince, a la municipalité de [blank] : Port-au-Prince, le 18 Février 1793, l'an 2e. de la République Française. Freres et amis,.Port-au-Prince (Saint-Domingue)Au Port-au-Prince [Haiti], : de l'imprimerie de J.-B. Michel., 1793.
1793HaitiMouvement g'en'eral du Magasin de la R'epublique, pour la partie des Denr'ees Coloniales : provenam, tant des habitations sequestr'ees, que des contributions patriotiques & de la subvention, depuis le 1er Mai 1793, jusqu'au 31 Juillet suivant ...Wante, Charles Etienne Pierre.Port-au-Prince : [s.n.], 1793.
1793IrelandThe history, civil and commercial, of the British colonies in the West Indies. : In two volumes.Edwards, Bryan, 1743-1800.Dublin: : Luke White., M.DCC.XCIII. [1793]
1793IrelandTravels through Syria and Egypt, : in the years 1783, 1784, and 1785. Containing the present natural and political state of those countries, their productions, arts, manufactures, and commerce; with observations on the manners, customs, and government of the Turks and Arabs.Volney, C.-F. (Constantin-François), 1757-1820.Dublin: : Printed for Messrs. White, Byrne, W. Porter, Moore, Dornin, and Wm. Jones., 1793.
1793JamaicaAn abridgment of The laws of Jamaica; being an alphabetical digest of all the public acts of Assembly now in force, from the thirty-second year of King Charles II, to the thirty-second year of His present Majesty King George III. [1681-1792] inclusive, as published in two volumes, under the direction of commissioners appointed by 30 Geo. III. cap. XX. and 32 Geo. III cap. XXIX. St. Jago de la Vega, Jamaica, Printed by A. Aikman, printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, 1793.
1793MartiniqueAu nom de la République-française. Extrait des registres des délibérations de l'Assemblée représentative ... séance du 16 novembre 1793 : ... considérant les difficultés ou pourrant se trouver les maîtres & les exécuteurs restamentaires de pouvoir satisfaire aux articles 2 & 3 de l'arrêté du 9 octobre dernier, concernant les libertés & affranchissemens ...Martinique.A Saint-Pierre Martinique, : De l'imprimerie de F.J. Willox, imprimeur du gouvernement., [1793]
1793MartiniqueEn conséquence de la proclamation du citoyen Général Rochambeau, en date de quatre du courant, : il est ordonné à [blank] esclave, appartenant à [blank] de se retirer paisibliment & sans aucune arme chez ledit [blank] ou sur son habitation du [blank] où il s'occupera aux travaux ordinaires, en attendant que les chefs sous lesquels il a servi, pendant les derniers troubles, ayent rendu compte au citoyen général de sa bonne conduite, qui lui accordera une récompense proportionnée à ses services, même la liberté, s'il s'en est rendu digne ... fait au Comité de [blank] le [blank] juillet 1793, l'an deuxieme de la République française..Carbet (Martinique). Comité de surveillance et de police.[Saint-Pierre, Martinique? : s.n., 1793]
1793MartiniqueAu nom de la République française. Extrait des registres des délibérations de l'Assemblée représentative ... séance du 30 novembre 1793 : ... délibérant sur le rapport de son Comité de constitution, relatif à la demande en éclaircissemens, faite par le Tribunal révolutionnaire, sur les peines à substituer à celles prononcées en première instance contre les esclaves convaincus de rebellion, si la sentence de premier juge n'est point infirmée ...Martinique.A Saint-Pierre Martinique, : De l'imprimerie de F.J. Willox, imprimeur du gouvernement., [1793]
1793MartiniqueAu nom de la Republique-française. Extrait des registres des délibérations de l'Assemblée représentative ... séance du 9 novembre 1793 : ... considérant la nécessité de fixer le sort des individus qui, munis de liberté par eux obtenue dans les colonies étrangères ... arrête ... dans le cas où un esclave appartenant à un maître domicilié dans les colonies françaises, reviendroit muni d'un pareil acte de liberté qu'il auroit acquis contre le gré de son maître, il ne pourra en obtenir l'enregistrement, & si frauduleusement il l'avoit obtenu, ledit enregistrement sera déclaré nul & de nul effet, & ledit esclave remis sous la puissance de son ancien maître ...Martinique.[Saint-Pierre, Martinique] : De l'imprimerie de J.-B. Thounens, imprimeur de la municipalité & de la Société patriotique., [1793]
1793MartiniqueAu nom de la Republique-francaise. Extrait des registres des délibérations de l'Assemblée représentative ... séance du 24 octobre 1793 : ... après avoir entendu le rapport de son Comité de sûreté générale, délibérant sur les grands inconvéniens & le danger qu'il y a dans l'introduction des esclaves des émigrés dans la colonie, arrête ... que les armateurs ou correspondans des corsaires français, seront conduire dans les prisons du lieu de leur arrivée, tous les esclaves français qui seront pris sur les bâtimens ennemis ... leur vente sera suspendue jusqu'à ce que les municipalités des lieux qu'habitoient lesdits esclaves, aient été consultées ...Martinique.[Saint-Pierre, Martinique] : De l'imprimerie de J.-B. Thounens, imprimeur de la municipalité et de la Société patriotiq., [1793]
1793MartiniqueAu nom de la Republique-française. Extrait des registres des délibérations de l'Assemblée représentative ... séance du 11 novembre 1793 : ... délibérant sur le rapport de son Comité de sûreté générale, interprêtant l'article premier de son arrêté du 26 octobre dernier, portant que tous les nègres qui auront été commandés pour les travaux des forts, & ne s'y seront pas rendus, seront confisqués au profit de la République ...Martinique.[Saint-Pierre, Martinique] : De l'imprimerie de J.-B. Thounens, imprimeur de la municipalité & de la Société patriotique., [1793]
1793MartiniqueAu nom de la Republique-française. Extrait des registres des délibérations de l'Assemblée représentative ... séance du 11 novembre 1793 : ... délibérant sur la lettre du commandant d'artillerie ... considérant que la sûreté de la colonie peut-être compromise par les retards apportés dans la confection des travaux des fortifications ... arrête: que ... les commandans militaires, sont requis (en prévenant les municipalités) d'envoyer des détachemens sur toutes les habitations qui ont dû fournir, & qui n'ont pas fourni aux corvées pour les fortifications, & de faire conduire au Fort-de-la-Convention tous les nègres qu'ils trouveront sur lesdits biens pour y faire les travaux nécessaires à la défense des forts ...Martinique.[Saint-Pierre, Martinique] : De l'imprimerie de J.-B. Thounens, imprimeur de la municipalité & de la Société patriotique., [1793]
1793MartiniqueAu nom de la Republique-francaise. Extrait des registres des délibérations de l'Assemblée représentative ... séance du 24 décembre 1793 : ... délibérant sur la lettre du citoyen Mestre, commandant d'artillerie, déclare qu'il y a urgence, & arrête que l'exemption accordée par son arrêté du onze novembre aux habitans Caféïers, concernant les nègres à fournir pour les travaux des forts, est supprimée, & qu'ils seront tenus de fournir leur contigent comme les autres habitans ...Martinique.[Saint-Pierre, Martinique] : De l'imprimerie de J.-B. Thounens, imprimeur de la municipalité et de la Société patriotique., [1793]
1793MartiniqueAu nom de la Republique-francaise. Extrait des registres des délibérations de l'Assemblée représentative ... séance du 13 octobre 1793 : ... délibérant sur les dénonciations qui lui ont été faites contre plusieurs esclaves enrôlés dans le Corps des chasseurs de la Martinique ... arrête: que le citoyen gouverneur, en passant la revue du Corps des chasseurs, sera interpeller sous les armes chaque compagnie de faire sortir des rangs tous les sujets qui s'y seroient introduits sans avoir aucun droit aux faveurs de la République ...Martinique.[Saint-Pierre, Martinique] : De l'imprimerie de J.-B. Thounens, imprimeur de la municipalité et de la Société patriotique., [1793]
1793MartiniqueAu nom de la République-française. Extrait des registres des délibérations de l'Assemblée representative ... séance du 15 novembre 1793 : ... considérant que la constitution française protège la liberté de tous ... que nul homme libre ne peut être vendu, ni réduit en servitude, & sur la dénonciation d'un de ses membres qu'un homme libre de sa classe de ceux qui étoient ci-devant qualifiés de couleur avoit été pris par un corsaire française, conduit dans la rade de St-Pierre, & vendu par erreur comme esclave; arrête ...Martinique.[Saint-Pierre, Martinique] : De l'imprimerie de J.-B. Thounens, imprimeur de la municipalité et de la Société patriotique., [1793]
1793MartiniqueAu nom de la République. : Le Comité de surveillance et de police de la ville de Saint-Pierre; certifie que le [blank] appartenant a citoyen [blank] a déposé ses armes, lesquelles lui seront rendues au premier besoin pour la défense de la République, et que le dit [blank] recevra une récompense de ses services à l'arrivée des Commissaires-Civils Nationaux qui seuls ont le droit de l'accorder; et en attendant le dit [blank] se rendra chez son maître, qui usera envers lui des égards que mérite le service voluntaire qu'il a rendu à la Patrie, ne doutant pas qu'il continuera à se comporter en bon et fidelle sujet. A Saint-Pierre Martinique, le [blank] 1793, l'an 2me. de la République-française, et le 1er. des Patriotes de la Martinique..Saint-Pierre (Martinique). Comité de surveillance et de police.[Saint-Pierre, Martinique : s.n., 1793]
1793MartiniqueAu nom de la République française. Extrait des registres des délibérations de l'Assemblée représentative ... séance du 12 novembre 1793 : ... considérant que le citoyen gouverneur a jugé urgent d'achever le plus promptement possible le chemin qui, du Rochambeau va à St-Pierre par le champ Flor ... arrête ... les municipalités du Rochambeau, de la Trinitè, du Robert, fourniront entr'elles chacune, en raison du nombre de negres, payant droit, la quantité totale de soixante travailleurs par jour ...Martinique.A Saint-Pierre Martinique, : De l'imprimerie de F.J. Willox, imprimeur du gouvernement., [1793]
1793MartiniqueAu nom de la République française. Extrait des registres des délibérations de l'Assemblée représentative ... séance du 16 octobre 1793 : ... considérant que ... il importe de connaître promptement le dénombrement & récensement général de la colonie, arrête ... que dans chaque municipalité, il y aura un tableau, par ordre alphabétique, de tous les habitans ... à côté du nom du citoyen, sera posté le nom des esclaves qu'il aura déclaré ...Martinique.A Saint-Pierre Martinique, : De l'imprimerie de F.J. Willox, imprimeur du gouvernement., [1793]
1793MartiniqueAu nom de la République-française. Comité de surveillance et de police. Extrait des délibérations du Comité de surveillance & de police de la ville de St-Pierre Martinique, dans sa séance du 14 septembre 1793 : ... sur les ordres donnés par le gouverneur général de faire sur le champ, le chemin qui doit communiquer du Rochambeau ci-devant Gros-Morne à St-Pierre par le Champ-Flore. Considérant que les citoyens de Saint-Pierre & de sa banlieue ont constammant fourni des nègres aux corvées publiques, depuis le commencement de nos derniers troubles ... le Comité se détermina à recourir aux Comités de la Basse-Pointe, de la Grand'Anse & du Marigot, pour obtenir de ces paroisses un secours de nègres que le banlieue de St-Pierre ne pouvoit complèter ...Saint-Pierre (Martinique). Comité de surveillance et de police.A Saint-Pierre Martinique, : De l'imprimerie de J.-B. Thounens, imprimeur du Comité de surveillance et de la Société patriotique., [1793]
1793MartiniqueAu nom de la republique française : proclamation nous ... Rochambeau ... A tous les hommes libres de la Martinique les armées françaises sont victorieuses ... le 26 fèvrier 1793 ... (Giving French laws relative to the government of the colony).Rochambeau, Donatien Marie Joseph de Vimeur, vicomte de, 1750-1813.Fort République : By P. Richard, 1793.
1793MartiniqueAu nom de la République française. Extrait des registres des délibérations de l'Assemblée représentative ... séance du 9 octobre 1793 : ... considérant que tout esclave, à la propriété duquel un maître aura renoncé ... ne doit plus être considéré comme assujéti à l'esclavage ... arrête ... tout esclave sera affranchi & jouira de toute la plénitude du droit du citoyen, lorsque son maître aura librement déclaré ... qu'il renonce à tous les droits qu'il avoit sur lui ...Martinique.A Saint-Pierre Martinique, : De l'imprimerie de F.J. Willox, imprimeur du gouvernement., [1793]
1793MartiniqueAdresse.Société des amis de la République française & de la Convention nationale, Fort-de-France, Martinique.Au Fort de la République, Martinique, : Chez J.-F. Willox, imprimeur du gouvernement., [1793?]
1793MarylandMemoire relatif a l'administration de la partie Françoise de St. DomingueWante, Charles Etienne Pierre.Baltimore: : Imprimé par Samuel and John Adams, imprimeurs de livres, memoires, libraires, &c., 1793.
1793MarylandLetter from Granville Sharp, Esq. of London, to the Maryland Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes and Others, Unlawfully Held in Bondage. : Published by order of the society.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.Baltimore [Md.]: : Printed by Yundt and Patton, in Calvert-Street., 1793.
1793MarylandLetter from Granville Sharp, Esq. of London, to the Maryland Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes and Others, Unlawfully Held in Bondage. Published by order of the society.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.Baltimore : Printed by Yundt and Patton, in Calvert-Street, M.DCC.XCIII. [1793]
1793MarylandAn oration upon the moral and political evil of slavery : Delivered at a public meeting of the Maryland Society, for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, and the Relief of Free Negroes, and Others Unlawfully Held in Bondage : Baltimore, July 4th, 1791Buchanan, George, 1763-1808.Baltimore : printed by Philip Edwards, 1793.
1793MassachusettsA serious expostulation with the members of the House of Representatives of the United States.Mifflin, Warner, 1745-1798.[New Bedford, Mass.] : Philadelphia--printed: reprinted by J. Spooner, in Newbedford, 1793.
1793MassachusettsThe American universal geography, or, A view of the present state of all the empires, kingdoms, states, and republics in the known world, and of the United States of America in particular. : In two parts. ... The whole comprehending a complete and improved system of modern geography. Calculated for Americans. : Illustrated with maps of the countries described.Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826.Printed at Boston, : by Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews. Sold at their bookstore, Faust's Statue, no. 45, Newbury Street; by said Thomas, in Worcester; by Berry, Rogers and Berry, in Newyork; by H. and P. Rice, in Philadelphia; and by W.P. Young, in Charleston., MDCCXCIII. [1793]
1793Netherlands AntillesThe lying hero or an answer to J. B. Moreton's Manners and customs in the West Indies by Samuel Augustus Mathews.Mathews, Samuel Augustus.St. Eustatius : printed by Edward L. Low & Co, for the author, 1793.
1793New JerseyThe constitution of the New-Jersey Society, for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery: : to which is annexed, extracts from a law of New-Jersey passed the 2d March, 1786, and supplement to the same, passed the 26th November, 1788.New-Jersey Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery.Burlington [N.J.], : Printed for the Society, by Isaac Neale., M,DCC,XCIII [1793]..
1793New JerseyThe constitution of the New-Jersey Society, for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery: [microform] : to which is annexed, extracts from a law of New-Jersey, passed the 2d March, 1786, and supplement to the same, passed the 26th November, 1788. : [Four lines from the Declaration of Independence]New-Jersey Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery.Burlington, [N.J.], : Printed for the society, by Isaac Neale., M,DCC,XCIII. [1793]
1793New YorkAristotle'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 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 the 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..Aristotle, pseud.New-York: : Printed for the Company of Flying Stationers., 1793..
1793PennsylvaniaA serious expostulation with the members of the House of Representatives of the United States.Mifflin, Warner, 1745-1798.Philadelphia : printed and sold by Daniel Lawrence, 1793.
1793PennsylvaniaA short account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia : with a statement of the proceedings that took place on the subject in different parts of the United StatesCarey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia : printed by the author, November 30, 1793.
1793PennsylvaniaLetters from an American farmer, : describing certain provincial situations, manners, and customs, and conveying some idea of the state of the people of North America.St. John de Crèvecoeur, J. Hector, 1735-1813.Philadelphia: : from the press of Mathew Carey., March 4,--1793.
1793PennsylvaniaA short account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia: with a statement of the proceedings that took place on the subject in different parts of the United States. By Mathew Carey.Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia : Printed by the author, November 23, 1793.
1793PennsylvaniaA short account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia: with a statement of the proceedings that took place on the subject in different parts of the United States. By Mathew Carey.Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia : Printed by the author, November 30, 1793.
1793PennsylvaniaA short account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia : with a statement of the proceedings that took place on the subject in different parts of the United StatesCarey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia : printed by the author, November 30, 1793.
1793PennsylvaniaA short account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia : with a statement of the proceedings that took place on the subject in different parts of the United StatesCarey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia : printed by the author, November 30, 1793.
1793PennsylvaniaA short account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia : with a statement of the proceedings that took place on the subject in different parts of the United StatesCarey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia : printed by the author, November 23, 1793.
1793PennsylvaniaA short account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia : with a statement of the proceedings that took place on the subject in different parts of the United StatesCarey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia : printed by the author, November 23, 1793.
1793PennsylvaniaA serious expostulation with the members of the House of Representatives of the United States.Mifflin, Warner, 1745-1798.Philadelphia : Printed [by Daniel Lawrence], in the year M.DCC.XCIII. [1793]
1793Rhode IslandOn the inhumanity of the slave-trade, and the importance of correcting it : a sermon, delivered in the Second Congregational Church, Newport, Rhode-Island, August 12, 1792Patten, William, 1763-1839.[Providence, R.I.] : Printed at Providence, by J. Carter, M,DCC,XCIII. [1793]
1793SpainHistoria del Nuevo-mundo,Muñoz, Juan Bautista, 1745-1799.En Madrid : Por la viuda de Ibarra, MDCCXCIII [1793]..
1794ConnecticutAn oration, spoken before "The Connecticut Society, for the Promotion of Freedom and the Relief of Persons Unlawfully Holden in Bondage." Convened in Hartford, on the 8th day of May, A.D. 1794. By Theodore Dwight, Esquire.Dwight, Theodore, 1764-1846.[Hartford] : Printed at Hartford by Hudson and Goodwin, MDCCXCIV. [1794]
1794EnglandBengal sugar : An account of the method and expence of cultivating the sugar-cane in Bengal : with calculations of the first cost to manufacturer and exporter! And suggestions for attracting that article of eastern produce exclusively to Great BritainPrinsep, John, 1746-1830.London : Printed for Debrett, Piccadilly, 1794.
1794EnglandA general plan for laying out towns and townships, on the new-acquired lands in the East Indies, America, or elsewhere; : in order to promote cultivation, and raise the value of all the adjoining land, at the price of giving gratis the town-lots, and, in some cases (as in new colonies), also the small out-lots, to the first settlers and their heirs, so long as they possess no other land; and on other equitable conditions.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.[London : s.n.], 1794.
1794EnglandThe new royal geographical magazine; or, A modern, complete, authentic, and copious system of universal geography : containing a complete, full, particular, and accurate history and description of all the several parts of the whole world ... To which will be added, a new and easy guide to geography and astronomy ...Adams, Michael.London : Printed for the proprietors: published and sold by Alex. Hogg; sold also by Symonds, Parsons, &c. ... , [1794?]
1794EnglandThe history, civil and commercial, of the British colonies in the West Indies: : in two volumes.Edwards, Bryan, 1743-1800.London: : Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly., M.DCC.XCIV. [1794-1801]
1794EnglandA statement of the receipts and disbursements for the support of the missions established by the Methodist Society, for the instruction and conversion of the Negroes in the West-Indies, : addressed to the subscribers.Coke, Thomas, 1747-1814.London, : [s.n.], printed in the year 1794.
1794EnglandAn authentic account of the late expedition to Bulam, on the coast of Africa; : with a description of the present settlement of Sierra Leone, and the adjacent country.Montefiore, Joshua, 1762-1843.London: : Printed for J. Johnson, in St. Paul's Church Yard., MDCCXCIV [1794]..
1794EnglandA short account of the plague, or malignant fever lately prevalent in Philadelphia : with a statement of the proceedings that took place on the subject in different parts of the United StatesCarey, Mathew, 1760-1839.[London] : Philadelphia, printed; London, reprinted for Darton and Harvey, and Vernor and Hood, 1794.
1794EnglandFlowers from Sharon; or Original poems on divine subjects..Lee, Richard, publisherLondon: : Printed for the author, by E. Hodson, Bell-Yard, Temple-Bar; and sold by J[.] Deighton, Holborn; Winchester, 61, and Mathews, 18, Strand; Jordan, Fleet Street; Terry, Paternoster Row; Murgatroyd, Chiswell Street; Row, Great Marlborough Street; Hinds, Wardour Street, Soho; and by the author, no. 7, Orange Street, Leicester Fields., 1794..
1794EnglandA geographical and historical account of the island of Bulama, : with observations on its climate, productions, &c. and an account of the formation and progress of the Bulam Association, and of the colony itself: to which are added, a variety of authentic documents, and a descriptive map of the island and adjoining continent.Johansen, Andrew.London: : Printed for Martin and Bain, no. 184, Fleet-Street., [1794?]
1794EnglandList of maps and plates for the History, civil and commercial, of the British colonies in the West Indies: : in two volumes.Edwards, Bryan, 1743-1800.London: : Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly., M.DCC.XCIV. [1794]
1794EnglandAn essay on colonization, : particularly applied to the western coast of Africa, with some free thoughts on cultivation and commerce; also brief descriptions of the colonies already formed, or attempted, in Africa, including those of Sierra Leona and Bulama.Wadström, Carl Bernhard, 1746-1799.London: : Printed for the author, by Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch-Street. And sold by G. Nicol, No. 58, Pall-Mall; W. Faden, corner of St. Martin's Lane, Strand; J. Stockdale, No. 191, Piccadilly; J. Edwards, No. 78, Pall-Mall; E. [sic] & J. Egerton, No. 32, Charing-Cross; J. Debrett, No. 179, Piccadilly; J. Johnson, No. 72, St. Paul's Church-Yard; and C. Dilly, No. 22, Poultry., MDCCXCIV. [1794-1795]
1794EnglandNew travels in the United States of America, performed in M.DCC.LXXXVIII : Containing the latest and most accurate observations on the character, genius, and present state of the people and government of that country ...Brissot de Warville, J.-P. (Jacques-Pierre), 1754-1793.London : Printed for J.S. Jordan, No. 166, Fleet-Street, 1794.
1794EnglandA new, complete, and universal collection of authentic and entertaining voyages and travels to all the various parts of the world. ... : Describing, in the most accurate manner, (upon an entire new and interesting plan) every place worthy of notice in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America.Portlock, William Henry.London: : Printed for Alex. Hogg, at the King's-Arms, No. 16, Paternoster-Row; and sold by all other booksellers and newscarriers in England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland., [1794?]
1794FranceVoyage en Afrique et en Asie, principalement au Japon, pendant les années 1770-1779. : Servant de suite au Voyage de D. Sparmann;Thunberg, Carl Peter, 1743-1828.A Paris, : Chez Fuchs, quai des Augustins, no. 28. L'an troisième de la République., (1794.).
1794FranceAdresse à la Convention Nationale.Saint-Domingue. Commissaires.[Paris] : De l'imprimerie de Laurens aîné, rue d'Argenteuil, no. 211., [1794]
1794FranceDécret de la Convention nationale : du 16e. jour de pluviôse, an second de la Republique Française, une & indivisible, qui abolit l'esclavage des negres dans les colonies.France. Convention nationaleA Avignon : chez Alphonse Berenguier & Compagnies, Im-[primiere de] Départemen[t] de Vaucluse.t [sic.], le 6 floréal, deuxieme année Républicaine [1794].
1794FrancePrécis de ce qui s'est passé dans la ville de St-Pierre, île Martinique, relativment à la révolution, depuis le premier décembre 1792 jusqu'au 27 mars 1794. A Paris, : de l'Imprimerie de Limbourg, rue des Filles-Thomas, no. 88., [1794].
1794MarylandBanneker's New-Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia almanac, or ephemeris, for the year of our Lord 1795 : being the third after leap-year; - the nineteenth year of American independence, ...Banneker, Benjamin, 1731-1806.Baltimore [Md.] : Printed by S. & J. Adams, [1794]
1794MarylandThe revised discipline approved by the yearly Meeting of Friends, held in Baltimore, for the western-shore of Maryland and the adjacent parts of Pennsylvania and Virginia, in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three.Baltimore Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends.Baltimore : Printed by John Hayes, in South-Street, M,DCC,XCIV. [1794]
1794MassachusettsEssays on physiognomy; : for the promotion of the knowledge and the love of mankind;Lavater, Johann Caspar, 1741-1801.Boston, : Printed for William Spotswood, & David West., [1794]
1794MassachusettsInkle and Yarico, : an opera. : As performed at the theatre in Boston.Colman, George, 1762-1836.[Boston] : Printed at the Apollo Press in Boston, for William P. Blake, no. 59, Cornhill., 1794.
1794New JerseyCases adjudged in the Supreme Court of New-Jersey; relative to the manumission of Negroes and others holden in bondage. [Five lines of quotations] Burlington [N.J.] : Printed for "The New-Jersey Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery," by Isaac Neale, --M,DCC,XCIV. [1794]
1794New JerseyCases adjudged in the Supreme Court of New-Jersey; relative to the manumission of Negroes and others holden in bondage. Burlington [N.J.], : Printed for "The New-Jersey Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery," by Isaac Neale,, --M,DCC,XCIV [1794]..
1794New YorkLetters to a wife.Newton, John, 1725-1807.New-York: : Printed by Samuel Campbell, no. 124, Pearl-Street., 1794..
1794New YorkCondemnation of the slave-trade; : being an investigation of the origin and continuation of that inhuman traffic: humbly inscribed to the citizens of the United States. New York: : Printed for the Author,, 1794.
1794PennsylvaniaA discourse delivered July 17, 1794. in the African Church of the city of Philadelphia, on the occasion of opening the said church, and holding public worship in it the first time, by Samuel Magaw, D.D. Rector of St. Paul's. Divine service, introduced with select Scripture passages, and a special prayer, and then proceeding in its usual offices, having been performed by James Abercrombie, A.M. second assistant Minister of Christ-Church and St. Peter's. [Two lines of Scripture text]Magaw, Samuel, 1735-1812.Philadelphia : Printed by William W. Woodward, in Chesnut-Street, no. 41, Franklin's Head, [1794]
1794PennsylvaniaA short account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia : with a statement of the proceedings that took place on the subject, in different parts of the United States : To which are added, accounts of the plague in London and Marseilles; and a list of the dead, from August 1, to the middle of December, 1793Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia : printed by the author, January 16, 1794.
1794PennsylvaniaA short account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia: : with a statement of the proceedings that took place on the subject, in different parts of the United States. To which are added, accounts of the plague in London and Marseilles; and a list of the dead, from August 1, to the middle of December, 1793.Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia: : Printed by the author., January 16, 1794.
1794PennsylvaniaBanneker's almanac, for the year 1795 : being the third after leap year. Containing, (besides every thing necessary in an almanac,) an account of the yellow fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia; with the number of those who died, from the first of August till the ninth of November, 1793.Banneker, Benjamin, 1731-1806.Philadelphia : Printed by William Young, [1794].
1794PennsylvaniaA short account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia : with a statement of the proceedings that took place on the subject, in different parts of the United States : To which are added, accounts of the plague in London and Marseilles; and a list of the dead, from August 1, to the middle of December, 1793Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia : printed by the author, January 16, 1794.
1794PennsylvaniaA short account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia: with a statement of the proceedings that took place on the subject in different parts of the United States. To which are added, accounts of the plague in London and Marseilles; and a list of the dead, from August 1, to the middle of December, 1793. By Mathew Carey.Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia : Printed by the author, January 16, 1794.
1794PennsylvaniaEine kurze Nachricht von dem bösartigen Fieber welches kürzlich in Philadelphia grassiret, nebst einer Erzählung der Maasregeln [sic] die desfals in den verschiedenen Theilen der Vereinigten Staaten genommen wurden. Diesen ist hinzugefüget, Nachrichten von der Pest in London und Marseille und eine Liste der Todten, vom ersten August bis in die Mitte des Decembers 1793. Von Mathew Carey. Nach der vierten verbesserten Auflage aus dem Englischen übersezt von Carl Erdmann.Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.[Chestnut Hill, Pa.] : Gedruckt für den Verfasser, bey Samuel Saur, 1794.
1794PennsylvaniaA short account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia : with a statement of the proceedings that took place on the subject in different parts of the United States : To which are added, accounts of the plague in London and Marseilles; and a list of the dead, from August 1, to the middle of December, 1793Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia : printed by the author, January 16, 1794.
1794PennsylvaniaA short account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia : with a statement of the proceedings that took place on the subject, in different parts of the United States : To which are added, accounts of the plague in London and Marseilles; and a list of the dead, from August 1, to the middle of December, 1793Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia : printed by the author, January 16, 1794.
1794PennsylvaniaEine kurze Nachricht von dem bösartigen Fieber welches kürzlich in Philadelphia grassiret : nebst einer Erzählung der Maasregeln [sic] die desfals in den verschiedenen Theilen der Vereinigten Staaten genommen wurden : Diesen ist hinzugefüget, Nachrichten von der Pest in London und Marseille und eine Liste der Todten, vom ersten August bis in die Mitte des Decembers 1793Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.[Chestnut Hill, Pa.] : Gedruckt für den Verfasser, bey Samuel Saur, 1794.
1794PennsylvaniaA short account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia : with a statement of the proceedings that took place on the subject, in different parts of the United States : To which are added, accounts of the plague in London and Marseilles; and a list of the dead, from August 1, to the middle of December, 1793Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia : printed by the author, January 16, 1794.
1794PennsylvaniaA short account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia : with a statement of the proceedings that took place on the subject in different parts of the United States : To which are added, accounts of the plague in London and Marseilles; and a list of the dead, from August 1, to the middle of December, 1793Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia : printed by the author, January 16, 1794.
1794PennsylvaniaA discourse delivered July 17, 1794. In the African Church of the city of Philadelphia, : on the occasion of opening the said church, and holding public worship in it the first time,Magaw, Samuel, 1735-1812.Philadelphia: : Printed by William W. Woodward, in Chesnut-Street, no. 41, Franklin's Head., [1794]
1794PennsylvaniaA short account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia : with a statement of the proceedings that took place on the subject, in different parts of the United States : To which are added, accounts of the plague in London and Marseilles; and a list of the dead, from August 1, to the middle of December, 1793Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia : printed by the author, January 16, 1794.
1794PennsylvaniaAddress of M. Carey to the public.Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.[Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1794]
1794PennsylvaniaA short account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia : with a statement of the proceedings that took place on the subject, in different parts of the United States : To which are added, accounts of the plague in London and Marseilles; and a list of the dead, from August 1, to the middle of December, 1793Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphia : printed by the author, January 16, 1794.
1794PennsylvaniaHistoire succincte de la fièvre maligne qui régné dernièrement a Philadelphie : suivi d'un récit des mesures prises dans différentes parties des Etats-Unis, au sujet de cette maladieCarey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphie : Imprimé par Parent pour l'auteur, [c1794].
1794PennsylvaniaA narrative of the proceedings of the black people, during the late awful calamity in Philadelphia, in the year 1793: : and a refutation of some censures, thrown upon them in some late publications.Jones, Absalom, 1746-1818.Philadelphia: : Printed for the authors, by William W. Woodward, at Franklin's Head, no. 41, Chesnut-Street., 1794..
1794PennsylvaniaHistoire succincte de la fièvre maligne qui régné dernièrement a Philadelphie, suivi d'un récit des mesures prises dans différentes parties des Etats Unis, au sujet de cette maladie. Par Mathew Carey.Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.Philadelphie. : Imprimé par Parent pour l'auteur, [1794]
1794PennsylvaniaMinutes of the proceedings of the committee, appointed on the 14th September, 1793, : by the citizens of Philadelphia, the Northern Liberties and the District of Southwark, to attend to and alleviate the sufferings of the afflicted with the malignant fever, prevalent, in the city and its vicinity, with an appendix.Philadelphia (Pa.). Committee to Attend to and Alleviate the Sufferings of the Afflicted with the Malignant Fever.Philadelphia: : Printed by R. Aitken & Son, and sold by J. Crukshank, W. Young, T. Dobson and the other booksellers., M.DCC.XCIV. [1794].
1794PennsylvaniaThe principles of moral and political philosophyPaley, William, 1743-1805.Philadelphia : Printed by Thomas Dobson, 1794.
1794PennsylvaniaThird Congress of the United States: At the first session, begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the second of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-three. : An act providing for the relief of such of the inhabitants of Saint Domingo, resident within the United States, as may be found in want of support.United States.[Philadelphia : Printed by Childs and Swaine, 1794]
1794PennsylvaniaA narrative of the proceedings of the black people, during the late awful calamity in Philadelphia, in the year 1793: and a refutation of some censures, thrown upon them in some late publications. By A.J. and R.A.Jones, Absalom, 1746-1818.Philadelphia : Printed for the authors, by William W. Woodward, at Franklin's Head, no. 41, Chesnut-Street, 1794.
1794PennsylvaniaMinutes of the proceedings of a Convention of Delegates from the Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the United States : assembled at Philadelphia, on the first day of January, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four, and continued, by adjournments, until the seventh day of the same month, inclusive.Convention of Delegates from the Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the United States (1st : 1794 : Philadelphia, Pa.).Philadelphia : printed by Zachariah Poulson, Junr., 1794.
1794PennsylvaniaMinutes of the proceedings of the committee, appointed on the 14th September, 1793, by the citizens of Philadelphia, the Northern Liberties and the District of Southwark, to attend to and alleviate the sufferings of the afflicted with the malignant fever, prevalent, in the city and its vicinity, with an appendix. Philadelphia : Printed by R. Aitken & Son, and sold by J. Crukshank, W. Young, T. Dobson and the other booksellers, M.DCC.XCIV. [1794]
1794VirginiaA collection of all such acts of the General Assembly of Virginia, of a public and permanent nature, as are now in force; with a table of the principal matters. To which are prefixed the declaration of rights, and constitution, or form of government. Published pursuant to an act of the General Assembly, intituled, "An act providing for the republication of the laws of this Commonwealth," passed on the twenty-eighth day of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two.Virginia.Richmond : Printed by Augustine Davis, printer for the Commonwealth, 1794.
1795EnglandSongs from the rock, to hail the approaching day, sacred to truth, liberty and peace. To which is added, the tribute of civic gratitude; a congratulatory address to Thomas Hardy. By the author of Flowers from Sharon.Lee, Richard, publisherLondon : sold by Jordan; Crosby; Symonds and Parsons; Eaton; Spence; and Smith, [1795]
1795EnglandAn essay on the malignant pestilential fever : introduced into the West Indian islands from Boullam, on the coast of Guinea, as it appeared in 1793 and 1794Chisholm, Colin, 1755-1825.London : printed for C. Dilly, 1795.
1795EnglandSelections from M. Pauw,Pauw, Cornelius, 1739-1799.Bath, : Printed by R. Cruttwell; and sold by C. Dilly, Poultry; and J. Wallis, Ludgate-Street, London; and Bull and Co., Bath., MDCCXCV. [1795].
1795EnglandThe principles of moral philosophy investigated, and briefly applied to the constitution of civil society: : together with remarks on the principle assumed by Mr. Paley as the basis of all moral conclusions, and on other positions of the same author.Gisborne, Thomas, 1758-1846.London: : printed for B and J. White, Fleet-Street., M,DCC,XCV. [1795]
1795EnglandTwo voyages to Sierra Leone, during the years 1791-2-3; : in a series of letters,Falconbridge, A. M. (Anna Maria)London: : printed for the author: and sold by J. Parsons, no 21, Paternoster-Row., 1795.
1795EnglandAn account of the colony of Sierra Leone, : from its first establishment in 1793. Being the substance of a report delivered to the proprietors.Sierra Leone Company.London: : Printed and sold by James Philips, George Yard, Lombard Street., 1795.
1795EnglandA view of universal history, from the creation to the present time : including an an account of the celebrated revolutions in France, Poland, Sweden, Geneva, &c. &c. Together with an accurate and impartial narrative of the late military operations; and other important eventsAdams, John, 1750?-1814.London : Printed for G. Kearsley, 1795.
1795EnglandSubstance of the report of the court of directors of the Sierra Leone Company, delivered to the general court of proprietors, on Thursday the 26th February, 1795. : Published by order of the directors.Sierra Leone Company.London: : Printed by James Phillips, George Yard, Lombard Street., 1795.
1795EnglandMemoirs of the reign of George III : To the session of Parliament ending A.D. 1793Belsham, William, 1752-1827.London : printed for G.G. and J. Robinson, 1795-1801.
1795EnglandTravels in Europe, Africa, and Asia, : made between the years 1770 and 1779. In four volumes. ...Thunberg, Carl Peter, 1743-1828.London: : Printed for F. and C. Rivington, No 62, St. Paul's Church-Yard; and sold by W. Richardson, Cornhill, and T. Egerton, Whitehall., 1795[-1796]
1795EnglandAn account of the Black Charaibs in the island of St. Vincent's; : with the Charaib treaty of 1779, and other original documents.Young, William, Sir, 1725?-1788.London: : Printed for J. Sewell, Cornhill; and Knight and Triphook, booksellers to the King, St. James's Street., 1795.
1795EnglandAn historical geographical, commercial, and philosophical view of the American United States, : and of the European settlements in America and the West-Indies.Winterbotham, William, 1763-1829.London: : Printed for the editor; J. Ridgway, York-Street; H.D. Symonds, Paternoster Row; and D. Holt, Newark., 1795.
1795EnglandThe Sorrows of Yamba; or, The Negro woman's lamentation. : To the tune of Hosier's ghost. [London, England] : Sold by J. Marshall, (printer to the Cheap Repository for Religious and Moral Tracts) No. 17 Queen-Street, Cheap-side, and No. 4, Aldermary Church-Yard, and R. White, Piccadilly, London. ; [Bath, England] : By S. Hazard, printer to the Cheap Repository, at Bath; and all booksellers, newsmen, and hawkers in and town country [sic]., [1795?]
1795EnglandConsiderations on the present crisis of affairs, as it respects the West-India colonies, and the probable effects of the French decree for emancipating the Negroes, pointing out a remedy for preventing the calamitous consequences in the British Islands. London: : printed by T. Gillet, Bartholomew-Close, and sold by J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church-Yard., 1795.
1795FranceConsidérations générales sur le commerce des Français à la Côte d'Afrique, et sur la colonie de St.-DomingueChanceaulme, Jean.[Paris] : De l'imprimerie de Ch. Fr. Cramer, [1795?]
1795FranceRecueil de vues des lieux principaux de la colonie francaise de Saint-Domingue,Ponce, Nicolas, 1746-1831.A Paris, : Chez Moreau de Saint-Mery, en son domicile, rue Caumartin, no. 31. [Chez] Ponce, rue Saint-Hyacinthe, no. 19. [Chez] Phelipeau, rue Saint-Jacques, près celle des Mathurins, no. 45., 1795..
1795FranceSecond voyage dans l'intérieur de l'Afrique, par le Cap de Bonne-Espérance, : dans les années 1783, 84 et 85;Le Vaillant, François, 1753-1824.A Paris, : Chez H.J. Jansen et compe, imprimeurs-libraires, place du Muséum., L'an 3 de la République, une et indivisible. [1795]
1795GermanyDe generis humani varietate nativa / Praemissa est epistola ad virum perillustrem Iosephum Banks ...Blumenbach, Johann Friedrich, 1752-1840.Gottingae : apud Vandenhoek et Ruprecht, 1795.
1795IrelandLex mercatoria rediviva; or, A complete code of commercial law : Being a general guide to all men in business ... With an account of our mercantile companies; our colonies and factories abroad; our commercial treaties with foreign powers; the duty of consuls, and of the laws concerning aliens, naturalization, and denization. To which is added, a sketch of the present state of the commerce of the whole world ... Compiled from the works of the most celebrated British and foreign commercial writers ...Beawes, Wyndham.Dublin : Printed for John Rice, 1795.
1795MassachusettsPoems on several subjects;Anketell, John, b. 1750?Boston : Printed and sold by William Spotswood, 1795.
1795MassachusettsThe principles of moral and political philosophyPaley, William, 1743-1805.Boston : Printed by Samuel Etheridge, for J. White, Thomas & Andrews, E. Larkin, W.P. Blake, J. West & J. Boyle, 1795.
1795MassachusettsThe sympathy of priests; : addressed to Thomas Fysche Palmer, Port-Jackson. To which are added, Odes, written in 1792.Rutt, John Towill, 1760-1841.Cambridge: : Printed by and for B. Flower; and sold by J. Ridgway, York-Street, St. James's-Square, London. M DCC XC V. (Price one shilling ans sixpence.), [1795]
1795MassachusettsThe padlock : a comic opera: as it is performed at the theatre, Boston.Bickerstaff, Isaac, 1735-1812.Boston : printed and sold by William Spotswood, no. 55, Marlborough-Street., 1795.
1795MassachusettsElements of geography: : containing a concise and comprehensive view of that useful science, as divided into, 1. astronomical 2. physical or natural 3. political geography, on a new plan. Adapted to the capacities of children and youth; and designed, from its cheapness, for a reading and classical book in common schools, and as a useful winter evening's entertainment for young people in private families. : Illustrated with a neat map of the United States, and a beautiful chart of the whole world.Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826.Printed at Boston, : by I. Thomas and E.T. Andrews. Sold by them, at Faust's Statue, and by I. Thomas, in Worcester; also, in New York, by S. Campbell; in Philadelphia, by M. Carey; in Baltimore, by Thomas, Andrews and Butler; and by other booksellers, in different parts of the United States., Dec. 1795..
1795New HampshireTyrannical libertymen. : A discourse upon Negro-slavery in the United States: composed at ----, in Newhampshire; on the late federal thanksgiving-day. [Hanover, N.H.] : From the Eagle Office. Hanover, Newhampshire,, 1795.
1795New YorkAbstract of the epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, : by adjournments, from the 18th to the 27th of the fifth month, 1795, inclusive, to the quarterly and monthly meetings of Friends, in Great-Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere.London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends)[New York, N.Y.? : s.n., 1795]
1795New YorkAn act for the encouragement of schools, : passed at the eighteenth session of the legislature of the State of New York: and of the independence of the United States the nineteenth. Published by authority..New York (State)New-York [N.Y.]:-- : Printed by Francis Childs, printer of the laws of the state., M,DCC,XCV. [1795]
1795PennsylvaniaPrécis des événemens qui se sont passés à la Guadeloupe pendant l'administration de George, Henry, Victor Collot, depuis le 20 mars, 1793, jusq'au 22 avril, 1794. : Présenté à la Convention Nationale.Collot, Georges-Henri-Victor, 1750-1805.A Philadelphie. : De l'imprimerie de Thomas Bradford, no. 8, première rue, sud., 1795.
1795PennsylvaniaRéponse aux inculpations que Hugues a voulu faire résulter de la publication d'une de mes lettres, en date du 20 mai 1794: : adressée aux comités de salut public, des colonies & de marine.Collot, Georges-Henri-Victor, 1750-1805.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1795?]
1795PennsylvaniaSubstance of the report delivered by the court of directors of the Sierra Leone Company, to the general court of proprietors, on Thursday, March 27th, 1794.Sierra Leone Company.Philadelphia, : Printed by Thomas Dobson, at the stone-house, no 41, South Second Street., 1795.
1795PennsylvaniaSubstance of the report of the court of directors of the Sierra Leone Company, delivered to the general court of proprietors, on Thursday the 26th of February, 1795. : Published by order of the directors.Sierra Leone Company.Philadelphia, : Printed by Thomas Dobson, at the stone-house, no 41, South Second Street., 1795.
1795PennsylvaniaAn authentic narrative of some remarkable and interesting particulars in the life of Mr. Newton : Communicated in a series of letters, to the Rev. Mr. Haweis, Rector of Aldwinckle, Northamptonshire; and by him, at the request of friends, now made public.Newton, John, 1725-1807.Philadelphia : printed by William Young, 1795.
1795PennsylvaniaMinutes of the proceedings of the second Convention of Delegates from the Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the United States : assembled at Philadelphia, on the seventh day of January, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-five, and continued, by adjournments, until the fourteenth day of the same month, inclusive.Convention of Delegates from the Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the United States (2nd : 1795 : Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia : printed by Zachariah Poulson, Junr., 1795.
1795PennsylvaniaAristotle's Master-piece, or, The secrets of nature displayed: : complete in two parts. To which is added, The family physician: containing, choice and approved remedies, for several distempers incident to human bodies..Aristotle's Masterpiece.Philadelphia: : Printed for the purchasers., 1795..
1795PennsylvaniaSubstance of the report of the court of directors of the Sierra Leone Company, delivered to the general court of proprietors, on Thursday the 26th of February, 1795. Published by order of the directors.Sierra Leone Company.Philadelphia : Printed by Thomas Dobson, at the stone-house, no 41, South Second Street, 1795.
1795PennsylvaniaThird Congress of the United States: at the second session, : begun and held at the city of Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, on Monday, the third of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four. An act for the remission of the tonnage duties on certain French vessels. ... An act for the relief of Epaphras Jones and others. ...United States.[Philadelphia, Pa. : Printed by Francis Childs, 1795]
1795PennsylvaniaSubstance of the report delivered by the court of directors of the Sierra Leone Company, to the general court of proprietors, on Thursday, March 27th, 1794.Sierra Leone Company.Philadelphia : Printed by Thomas Dobson, at the stone-house, no 41, South Second-Street, 1795.
1795PennsylvaniaPrecis de la revolution de Saint-Domingue, depuis la fin de 1789, jusqu'au 18 juin 1794. A Philadelphie, : de l'imprimerie de Parent, rue Vine, numéro 85, 1795.
1796EnglandNew travels into the interior parts of Africa, by the way of the Cape of Good Hope, : in the years 1783, 84 and 85.Le Vaillant, François, 1753-1824.London: : Printed for G.G. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row., 1796..
1796EnglandTravels into the interior parts of Africa. By the way of the Cape of Good Hope; : in the years 1780, 81, 82, 83, 84, and 85.Le Vaillant, François, 1753-1824.London: : Printed for G.G. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row., 1796..
1796EnglandPeriodical accounts relating to the missions of the Church of the United Brethren, established among the heathen.Periodical accounts relating to the missions of the Church of the United Brethren. V. 1.London: : Published by the Brethren's Society for the Furtherance of the Gospel, No. 10, Nevil's Court, Fetter Lane., 1790 [i.e 1796?]
1796EnglandNational sins considered : in two letters to the Rev. Thomas Robinson, vicar of St. Mary's, Leicester, on his serious exhortation to the inhabitants of Great Britain, with reference to the fastFlower, Benjamin, 1755-1829.Cambridge, [Eng.] : printed by the author, for W.H. Lunn, and sold by J. Ireland, Leicester; J. Abel, Northampton; T. Langdon, Leeds; J. March, Norwich; and G.C. and J. Robinson, London, 1796.
1796EnglandThe works of Aristotle, : in four parts. Containing I. His Complete master-piece; 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..Aristotle, pseud.London [i.e., Newcastle?]: : Printed for, and sold by all the booksellers., 1796..
1796EnglandNarrative, of a five years' expedition, against the revolted Negroes of Surinam, in Guiana, on the wild coast of South America; : from the year 1772, to 1777: elucidating the history of that country, and the describing its productions, viz. quadrupedes, birds, fishes, reptiles, trees, shrubs, fruits, & roots; with an account of the Indians of Guiana, & Negroes of Guinea.Stedman, John Gabriel, 1744-1797.London, : Printed for J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church Yard, & J. Edwards, Pall Mall., 1796.
1796EnglandThe proceedings of the Governor and Assembly of Jamaica, in regard to the maroon negroes: : published by order of the Assembly. : To which is prefixed, an introductory account, containing, observations on the disposition, character, manners, and habits of life, of the maroons, and a detail of the origin, progress, and termination of the late war between those people and the white inhabitants..Jamaica. AssemblyLondon: : Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly., M.DCC.XCVI. [1796]
1796EnglandA brief enquiry into the causes of, and conduct pursued by, the colonial government, for quelling the insurrection in Grenada : from its commencement on the night of the 2d of March, to the arrival of General Nichols, on the 14th of April 1795 London : printed for R. Faulder, new Bond-Street, 1796.
1796FranceNouvelles observations sur Saint-Domingue,Rallier, Louis Antoine Esprit, 1749-1829.[Paris] : Baudoin, imprimeur du Corps législatif, place du Carrousel, no. 662., [1796]
1796FranceLéger coup-d'oeil sur Saint-Domingue,Montbrun, Hugues.A Rochefort, : Chez Jousserant, imprimeur, rue de la République., [1796?]
1796FranceLiberté. Égalité : L'Assemblée Coloniale de l'Isle de France, au Corps Législatif. Salut & fraternité. Citoyens législateurs.Mauritius. Assemblée Coloniale.Au Port Nord-Ouest, Isle de France, : chez F.N. Bolle, imprimeur., [1796]
1796FranceLe gouvernement de Saint-Domingue peint par lui-même, ou mémoire de l'ordonnateur Henry Perroud, sur l'événement di 30 ventose au cap, contre le Général Villatte et les hommes de coleur, avec quelques réflexions préliminaires à leur mémoire justificatif. Par Françios-Frédéric Cotterel.Perroud, Henry.A Rochefort, : Chez Jousserant, imprimeur, rue des Petites-Allées., [1796].
1796IrelandMemoirs of the reign of George III : To the session of Parliament ending A.D. 1793Belsham, William, 1752-1827.Dublin : printed for J. Milliken, 1796.
1796JamaicaProceedings of the Honourable House of Assembly relative to the maroons; : including the correspondence between the Right Honourable Earl Balcarres and the Honourable Major-General Walpole, during the maroon rebellion; with the report of the joint special secret committee, to whom were those papers were referred..Jamaica. AssemblySt. Jago de la Vega [i.e. Spanish Town, Jamaica]: : Printed by Alexander Aikman, printer to the Honourable the Assembly., M.DCC.XCVI. [1796]
1796JamaicaAn essay upon pen-keeping and plantership.Kein, Patrick.Kingston, Jamaica: : Printed at His Majesty's Printing-Office., MDCCXCVI. [1796]
1796MassachusettsThe American universal geography, or, A view of the present state of all the empires, kingdoms, states, and republics in the known world, and of the United States in particular. : In two parts. ... The whole comprehending a complete and improved system of modern geography. Calculated for Americans. : Illustrated with twenty-eight maps and charts.Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826.Printed at Boston, : by Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews. Sold at their bookstore, Faust's Statue, no. 45, Newbury Street; by said Thomas, in Worcester; by S. Campbell, in New York; by M. Carey, in Philadelphia; by Thomas, Andrews and Butler, in Baltimore; and by other booksellers in different parts of the United States., June, 1796..
1796MassachusettsElements of geography: : containing a concise and comprehensive view of that useful science, as divided into, 1. astronomical 2. physical or natural 3. political geography. On a new plan. Adapted to the capacities of children and youth; and designed, from its cheapness, for a reading and classical book in common schools, and as a useful winter evening's entertainment for young people in private families. : Illustrated with a neat map of the United States, and a beautiful chart of the whole world.Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826.Printed at Boston, : by I. Thomas and E.T. Andrews. Sold by them, at Faust's Statue, and by I. Thomas, in Worcester; also, in New York, by S. Campbell; in Philadelphia, by M. Carey; in Baltimore, by Thomas, Andrews and Butler; and by other booksellers, in different parts of the United States., Feb. 1796..
1796New YorkAn historical, geographical, commercial, and philosophical view of the United States of America, : and of the European settlements in America and the West-Indies.Winterbotham, William, 1763-1829.New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed by Tiebout and O'Brien, for John Reid, bookseller and stationer, No. 106, Water-Street., 1796.
1796New YorkAn historical, geographical, commercial, and philosophical view of the United States of America, : and of the European settlements in America and the West-Indies.Winterbotham, William, 1763-1829.New-York [N.Y.]: : Printed by Tiebout and O'Brien, for Thomas Stephens, bookseller and stationer, Philadelphia., 1796.
1796New YorkAristotle's Complete master-piece, : in three parts. Displaying the secrets of nature in the generation of man. Regularly digested into chapters and sections, 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 human bodies..Aristotle's Masterpiece.[New York?] : Printed and sold by the book-sellers., 1796..
1796New YorkA Collection of papers on the subject of bilious fevers, prevalent in the United States for a few years past. New-York: : Printed by Hopkins, Webb and Co. No. 40, Pine-Street., 1796. (Published according to act of Congress.)
1796PennsylvaniaAmericanischer Stadt und Land Calender auf das 1797ste Jahr Christi, ...Americanischer Stadt und Land Calender. 1797.Philadelphia : Gedruckt und zu haben bey Carl Cist, in der Zweyten-Strasse, No. 104. Nah am Eck der Rehs-Strasse, [1796]
1796PennsylvaniaThe defence of Warner Mifflin : against aspersions cast on him on account of his endeavours to promote righteousness, mercy and peace, among mankind.Mifflin, Warner, 1745-1798.Philadelphia : printed by Samuel Sansom, jun., 1796.
1796PennsylvaniaLetters from a father to his son : on various topics, relative to literature and the conduct of life. Written in the years 1792 and 1793Aikin, John, 1747-1822.Philadelphia : Printed for Matthew [sic] Carey, by James Carey, 1796.
1796PennsylvaniaThe defence of Warner Mifflin : against aspersions cast on him on account of his endeavours to promote righteousness, mercy and peace, among mankind.Mifflin, Warner, 1745-1798.Philadelphia : printed by Samuel Sansom, jun., 1796.
1796PennsylvaniaThe pretensions of Thomas Jefferson to the presidency examined; and the charges against John Adams refuted. : Addressed to the citizens of America in general, and particularly to the electors of the president. : Part the second.Smith, William Loughton, 1758-1812.United States [Philadelphia], : [Printed by John Fenno], November 1796.
1796PennsylvaniaThe disappointment: or, The force of credulity. : A new American comic-opera, of two acts.Forrest, Thomas, 1747-1825.Philadelphia: : Printed for and sold by Francis Shallus No. 40, Vine-Street,, M.DCC.XCVI.. [1796]
1796PennsylvaniaMinutes of the proceedings of the third Convention of Delegates from the Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the United States : assembled at Philadelphia, on the first day of January, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-six, and continued, by adjournments, until the seventh day of the same month, inclusive.Convention of Delegates from the Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the United States (3rd : 1796 : Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia : printed by Zachariah Poulson, Junior, 1796.
1796PennsylvaniaThe defence of Warner Mifflin against aspersions cast on him on account of his endeavors to promote righteousness, mercy and peace, among mankind. [Two lines from Galatians]Mifflin, Warner, 1745-1798.Philadelphia : Printed by Samuel Sansom, Jun. no. 27, Mulberry-Street, 1796.
1796PennsylvaniaA dissertation on slavery: : with a proposal for the gradual abolition of it, in the state of Virginia.Tucker, St. George, 1752-1827.Philadelphia: : Printed for Mathew Carey, No. 118, Market-Street., 1796.
1796PennsylvaniaThe pretensions of Thomas Jefferson to the presidency examined; and the charges against John Adams refuted. Addressed to the citizens of America in general, and particularly to the electors of the president. Part the second.Smith, William Loughton, 1758-1812.United States [Philadelphia] : [Printed by John Fenno], November 1796.
1796PennsylvaniaDescription topographique et politique de la partie espagnole de l'isle Saint-Domingue; : avec des observations générales sur le climat, la population, les productions, le caractère & les moeurs des habitans de cette colonie, & un tableau raisonné des différentes parties de son administration; accompagnée d'une nouvelle carte de la totalité de l'isle.Moreau de Saint-Méry, M. L. E. (Médéric Louis Elie), 1750-1819.Philadelphie, : Imprimé & se trouve chez l'auteur, imprimeur-libraire, au coin de Front & de Walnut Streets, no 84., 1796..
1796PennsylvaniaA topographical and political descripton of the Spanish part of Saint-Domingo, : containing, general observations on the climate, population, and productions; on the character and manners of the inhabitants; with an account of the several branches of the government: to which is prefixed, a new, correct, and elegant map of the whole island.Moreau de Saint-Méry, M. L. E. (Médéric Louis Elie), 1750-1819.Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by the Author, Printer and Bookseller, no. 84, South Front-street., 1796..
1796PennsylvaniaTo the free Africans and other free people of color in the United States. : The convention of deputies from the abolition societies in the United States, assembled at Philadelphia, have undertaken to address you upon subjects highly interesting to your prosperity. ...Convention of Delegates from the Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the United States (3rd : 1796 : Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Printed by Zachariah Poulson, Junior, number eighty, Chesnut-Street., [1796]
1796PennsylvaniaThe pretensions of Thomas Jefferson to the presidency examined; and the charges against John Adams refuted. Addressed to the citizens of America in general, and particularly to the electors of the president. Part the second.Smith, William Loughton, 1758-1812.United States [Philadelphia] : [Printed by John Fenno], November 1796.
1796PennsylvaniaDéfense des colons de Saint-Domingue : ou Examen rapide de la nouvelle déclaration des droits de l'homme, en ce qu'elle a particulierement de relatif aux coloniesBordes, J. Marie de.[Philadelphia : Moreau de St. Mery], 1796.
1796PennsylvaniaThe American jest book : containing a choice selection of jests, anecdotes, bon mots, stories, &c. Harrisburgh [Pa.] : printed by John Wyeth [for Mathew Carey], 1796.
1796PennsylvaniaThe American jest book : containing a choice selection of jests, anecdotes, bon mots, stories, &c. Harrisburgh [Pa.] : printed [by John Wyeth] for Mathew Carey, 1796.
1797ConnecticutTo the Honorable the General Assembly of the state of Connecticut, to be holden at Hartford, on the second Thursday of May next. : The memorial of Harry, Cuff, and Cato, black men, now in slavery in Connecticut, in behalf of ourselves and the poor black people of our nation in like circumstances,--humbly sheweth:.Hillard, Isaac, b. 1737.[Hartford : s.n., 1797]
1797ConnecticutActs and laws, made and passed in and by the General Court or Assembly of the state of Connecticut, in America : holden at Hartford, (in said state) on the second Thursday of May, anno Domini, 1797..Connecticut.Hartford: : Printed by Elisha Babcock., [1797]
1797EnglandLettre à M.S.D., membre du Parlement, sur l'intérêt de l'Europe, au salut des colonies de l'Amérique.Malouet, Pierre-Victor, baron, 1740-1814.A Londres: : De l'imprimerie de Baylis, Greville-Street, Holborn: et se trouve chez J. Deboffe, Gerrard-Street; & Dulau & Co. Wardour-Street, Soho-Square., 1797..
1797EnglandExtract of a letter to a gentleman in Maryland; : wherein is demonstrated the extreme wickedness of tolerating the slave trade, in order to favour the illegalities of our colonies, where the two first foundations of English law (two witnesses of God), are supplanted by opposite (and, of course, illegal) ordinances, which occasions a civil death of the English constitution, so that these two witnesses may be said to lie dead in all the West India islands! Originally printed in America. First printed in London in 1793.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.London: : Printed by James Phillips and Son, George Yard, Lombard Street., 1797.
1797EnglandExpostulatory letter to George Washington, of Mount Vernon, in Virginia, on his continuing to be a proprietor of slaves.Rushton, Edward, 1756-1814.Liverpool printed. : [s.n.], 1797.
1797EnglandThe history of the New WorldMuñoz, Juan Bautista, 1745-1799.London: : Printed for G.G. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row., 1797..
1797EnglandEssays on physiognomy; : calculated to extend the knowledge and the love of mankind.Lavater, Johann Caspar, 1741-1801.London: : Sold by H.D. Symonds, n. 20, Paternoster Row., 1797..
1797EnglandAn account of Portugal, : as it appeared in 1766 to Dumouriez; since a celebrated general in the French army. : Printed at Lausanne in 1775..Dumouriez, Charles François Du Périer, 1739-1823.London: : printed for C. Law, Ave-Maria Lane; J. Debrett, Piccadilly; and Elph. Balfour, Edinburgh., 1797..
1797EnglandAn historical survey of the French colony in the island of St. Domingo: : comprehending a short account of its ancient government, political state, population, productions, and exports; a narrative of the calamities which have desolated the country ever since the year 1789, with some reflections on their causes and probable consequences; : and a detail of the military transactions of the British army in that island to the end of 1794.Edwards, Bryan, 1743-1800.London: : Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly., 1797..
1797EnglandAnswer, by way of letter, to Bryan Edwards, Esq., : M.P., F.R.S., planter of Jamaica, &c. Containing a refutation of his Historical survey of the French colony of St. Domingo, etc. etc.Venault de Charmilly, colonelLondon : Printer for the author, by Baylis, No. 15, Greville-street, Holborn; and sold by Debrett, Piccadilly; and Boosey, Broad-street, Royal-Exchange., 1797.
1797EnglandInstructions for the treatment of Negroes, &c. &c. &c..Gibbes, Philip, Sir, 1731-1815.London: : printed for Shepperson and Reynolds, Oxford-Street, first printed in 1786, and reprinted, with additions, in 1797..
1797EnglandA general and descriptive history of the antient and present state, of the town of Liverpool, : comprising a review of its government, police, antiquities, and modern improvements; the progressive increase of streets, squares, public buildings, and inhabitants; together with a circumstantial account of the true causes of its extensive African trade. The whole carefully compiled from original manuscripts, authentic records, and other warranted authorities.Wallace, James.Liverpool; : Printed for and sold by Crane and Jones, Castle-Street; and Vernor and Hood, Birchin-Lane, London., 1797.
1797EnglandThe voyage of Hanno : translated, and accompanied with the Greek text; explained from the accounts of modern travellers; defended against the objections of Mr. Dodwell, and other writers; and illustrated by maps from Ptolemy, d'Anville, and Bougainville.Hanno.London: : Sold by T. Cadell jun. and Davies, (successors to Mr Cadell), in the Strand., MDCCXCVII. [1797]
1797EnglandA voyage to Saint Domingo, in the years 1788, 1789, and 1790.Wimpffen, Alexandre-Stanislas, baron deLondon: : Printed for T. Cadell, Junior, and W. Davies, (successors to Mr. Cadell) in the Strand; and J. Wright, opposite Old Bond-Street, Piccadilly., M DCC CXVII. [i.e. 1797]
1797FranceReponse d'Etienne Laveaux au citoyen Vienot Vaublanc..Laveaux, Etienne Magneaud Bizefranc de, 1751-1828.[Paris] : De l'imprimerie de J.F. Sobry, rue de Bacq, passage Ste.-Marie no. 149., [1797]
1797FranceExtrait de la correspondance du Général Rochambeau, : avec le directoire exécutif, le ministre de la marine et des colonies, les agens particuliers du directoire exécutif à Saint-Domingue, les généraux français de cette colonie, les officiers espagnols de la même isle, depuis le 29 Floréal, 4e. année de la République. Plus, les arrêtés du directoire et de ses agens particuliers à St. Domingue, relatifs à sa destitution.Rochambeau, Jean-Baptiste-Donatien de Vimeur, comte de, 1725-1807.A Bordeaux, : De l'imprimerie de Laguillotiere, vis-à-vis le Café de la Comédie, No.71., [1797?]
1797GermanyChristoph Daniel Eblings ... : Erdbeschreibung und geschichte von Amerika : Die Vereinten Staaten von Nordamerika.Ebeling, Christophe Daniel, 1741-1817.Hamburg : D.L. Bohn, 1797.
1797MassachusettsNew travels in the United States of America. Performed in 1788Brissot de Warville, J.-P. (Jacques-Pierre), 1754-1793.[Boston] : From the press of Joseph Bumstead, Union-Street -- Boston, 1797.
1797New YorkA discourse, delivered April 12, 1797, at the request of and before the New-York Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, and Protecting Such of Them as Have Been or May Be Liberated. By Samuel Miller, A.M. One of the Ministers of the United Presbyterian Churches in the city of New-York, and member of said Society.Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850.New-York : Printed by T. and J. Swords, no. 99 Pearl-Street, --1797--
1797New YorkLetters on missions; : addressed to the Protestant ministers of the British churches.Horne, Melvill.Schenectady [N.Y.]: : Printed by C.P. Wyckoff, in State-Street., 1797..
1797New YorkA history of a voyage to the coast of Africa, and travels into the interior of that country; : containing particular descriptions of the climate and inhabitants, and interesting particulars concerning the slave trade.Hawkins, Joseph, b. 1772.Troy [N.Y.]: : Printed for the author, by Luther Pratt., 1797..
1797New YorkA discourse, delivered April 12, 1797 : at the request of and before the New-York Society for promoting the manumission of slaves, and protecting such of them as have been or may be liberatedMiller, Samuel, 1769-1850.New-York : printed by T. and J. Swords, 1797.
1797PennsylvaniaRules of discipline and Christian advices of the Yearly Meeting of Friends for Pennsylvania and New Jersey, : first held at Burlington in the year 1681, and from 1685 to 1760, inclusive, alternately in Burlington and Philadelphia: and since at Philadelphia. : Alphabetically digested and printed by direction of the said Meeting..Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends.Philadelphia: : printed by Samuel Sansom, Jun., 1797..
1797PennsylvaniaMinutes of the proceedings of the fourth Convention of Delegates from the Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the United States : assembled at Philadelphia, on the third day of May, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-seven, and continued, by adjournments, until the ninth day of the same month, inclusive.Convention of Delegates from the Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the United States (4th : 1797 : Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia : printed by Zachariah Poulson, Junior, 1797.
1797PennsylvaniaConstitution and rules to be observed and kept by the Friendly Society of St. Thomas's African Church, of Philadelphia..St. Thomas' Church (Philadelphia, Pa.). Friendly SocietyPhiladelphia: : Printed by W.W. Woodward, no. 17, Chesnut-Street., 1797..
1797PennsylvaniaThe Merry fellow's companion; or American jest book : Containing a choice selection of anecdotes, bon mots, jests, repartees, stories, &c. &c.American jest book.Printed at Harrisburgh [Pa.] : by John Wyeth, for Mathew Carey, of Philadelphia, 1797.
1797PennsylvaniaA history of a voyage to the coast of Africa, and travels into the interior of that country; containing particular descriptions of the climate and inhabitants, and interesting particulars concerning the slave trade. By Joseph Hawkins, of New York, who has since become blind; and for whose benefit it is now published by his friends.Hawkins, Joseph, b. 1772.Philadelphia : printed for the author, by S. C[.] Ustick, & Co, 1797.
1797PennsylvaniaA history of a voyage to the coast of Africa, and travels into the interior of that country; : containing particular descriptions of the climate and inhabitants, and interesting particulars concerning the slave trade.Hawkins, Joseph, b. 1772.Philadelphia: : Printed for the author, by S.C[.] Ustick, & Co., 1797..
1797PennsylvaniaThe address of Abraham Johnstone, a black man, : who was hanged at Woodbury, in the county of Glocester [sic], and state of New Jersey, on Saturday the the [sic] 8th day of July last; to the people of colour. : To which is added his dying confession or declaration : also, a copy of a letter to his wife, written the day previous to his execution..Johnstone, Abraham, d. 1797.Philadelphia: : Printed for the purchasers., 1797..
1797PennsylvaniaLetters to a wife. By John Newton, author of Omicron's letters, Ecclesiastical history, &c. [Three lines of quotations]Newton, John, 1725-1807.Whitehall [Pa.] : Printed by William Young, bookseller and stationer, no. 52, South Second Street, Philadelphia, M,DCC,XCVII. [1797]
1797PennsylvaniaThe Merry fellow's companion; or American jest book : Containing a choice selection of anecdotes, bon mots, jests, repartees, stories, &c. &c. Printed at Harrisburgh [Pa.] : by John Wyeth, for Mathew Carey, of Philadelphia, 1797.
1798ConnecticutCircular. State of Connecticut, Hartford, September 28th, 1798. : We enclose you an act passed the 9th day of July last, entitled, "An act to provide for the valuation of lands and dwelling-houses, and the enumeration of slaves within the United States," accompanied with blank forms for descriptive lists, together with your appointment of assessor under said act, and request you to accept the same. ...United States. Board of Commissioners for the Valuation of Lands and Dwelling-Houses (Conn.)[Hartford, Conn. : s.n., 1798]
1798EnglandA sermon preached before the Incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts; : at their anniversary meeting in the parish church of St. Mary-le-Bow, on Friday February 16, 1798.Harcourt, Edward, 1757-1847.London: : Printed by S. Brooke, in Warwick-Lane., MDCCXCVIII. [1798]
1798EnglandThe coffee planter of Saint Domingo : with an appendix, containing a view of the constitution, government, laws, and state of that colony, previous to the year 1789. To which are added, some hints on the present state of the island, under the British governmentLaborie, P. J.London : printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1798.
1798EnglandThe African traveller : or A tour through Fungeno; a province in the interior of Africa, during the years 1795, 1796 and 1797Baba Mongo.London : Printed for the author, 1798.
1798EnglandMedical directions for the use of the vessels in the service of the Hon. Sierra Leone Company.Winterbottom, Thomas Masterman, 1765-1859.London [England]: : Printed for T. Cadell, Junior, and W. Davies, in the Strand., 1798.
1798EnglandNarrative of the loss of the ship Hercules, commanded by Captain Benjamin Stout, on the coast of Caffraria, the 16th of June, 1796; : also, a circumstantial detail of his travels through the southern deserts of Africa, and the colonies to the Cape of Good Hope. With an introductory address to the Rt. Honourable John Adams, President of the Continental Congress of America.Stout, Benjamin.London: : Printed for J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church-Yard., 1798..
1798EnglandMoral contrasts : or, The power of religion exemplified under different charactersGilpin, William, 1724-1804.Lymington : printed by J.B. Rutter; and sold by Messrs. Cadell and Davies, London, 1798.
1798EnglandMémoire sur l'esclavage et sur la traite des negres.Montucla, Jean Etienne, 1725-1799.A Londres: : De l'imprimerie de Baylis, Greville-Street. : Se vend chez A. Dulau & Co., no. 107, Wardour-Street; J. Deboffe, Gerrard-Street; T. Boosey, Broad-Street, près de la Bourse-Royale; L. L'Homme, New Bond-Street., 1798..
1798EnglandVoyages to the East-Indies;Stavorinus, Johan Splinter, 1739-1788.London: : Printed for G.G. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row., 1798.
1798EnglandAnalyse sur la justice du commerce du rachat des esclaves de la côte d'Afrique.Azeredo Coutinho, José Joaquim da Cunha de, 1742-1821.À Londres: : de l'imprimerie de Baylis, Greville-Street, Holborn. : Se vend chez A. Dulau & Co., no. 107, Wardour-Street; J. Stockdale, Piccadilly; J. Deboffe, Gerrard-Street; T. Boosey, Broad-Street, près de la Bourse-Royale., 1798.
1798FranceÉtienne Mentor, représentant du peuple, au Directoire Exécutif.Mentor, Etienne Victor, 1771-1806.[Paris?] : [De l'Imprimerie de Vatar-Jouannet], [ca. 1798].
1798FranceAdonis, ou, Le bon negre, : anecdote coloniale.Picquenard, Jean Baptiste, d. 1826.A Paris, : De l'imprimerie de Didot jeune., l'an VI.--1798..
1798FranceExposé des moyens de mettre en valeur et d'administrer la Guiane, : orné d'une carte,Lescallier, Daniel, baron, 1743-1822.A Paris, : Chez Du Pont, imprimeur-libraire, rue de la Loi, no 1231., an VI. [1798]
1798HaitiAu nom de la République française. : Loi concernant l'organisation constitutionelle des colonies. Du 12 nivôse, an six de la République, une et indivisible..France.Au Cap-Français, : chez P. Roux, imprimeur de l'Agence., [1798]
1798IrelandThe adventures of Signor Gaudentio di Lucca : Being the substance of his examination before the fathers of the Inquisition at Bologna, in Italy. Giving an account of an unknown country in the midst of the deserts of AfricaBerington, Simon, 1680-1755.Dublin : Printed by J. and J. Carrick, Bedford-Row, 1798.
1798MassachusettsA journal, of the captivity and sufferings of John Foss; : several years a prisoner at Algiers: together with some account of the treatment of Christian slaves when sick:-- and observations of the manners and customs of the Algerines.Foss, John, d. 1800.Newburyport [Mass.] : Printed by Angier March, Middle-Street., [1798]
1798MassachusettsAn interesting narrative of the travels of James Bruce, Esq. into Abyssinia, to discover the source of the Nile : abridged from the original work : To which are added notes and extracts from the travels of Dr. Shaw, M. Savary, and the memoirs of Baron de Tott.Bruce, James, 1730-1794.Boston : Printed by Samuel Etheridge, for Alexander Thomas and George Merriam, sold by A. Thomas in Walpole, by G. Merriam in Worcester, and by S. Etheridge in Boston, 1798.
1798New YorkA discourse, delivered April 11, 1798 : at the request of and before the New-York Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, and Protecting Such of Them as have been or may be LiberatedSmith, E. H. (Elihu Hubbard), 1771-1798.New-York : printed by T. & J. Swords, 1798.
1798New YorkFederal system of direct taxation: : enacted by the Congress of the United States, July 9, 1798. To which is added, the act levying a tax of two millions of dollars.United States.Hudson [N.Y.]: : Printed and sold by Ashbel Stoddard., [1798]
1798New YorkLetters on liberty and slavery: : in answer to a pamphlet, entitled, "Negro-slavery defended by the Word of God."Rhees, Morgan J. (Morgan John), 1760-1804.New-York: : Printed by R. Wilson, No. 149, Pearl-Street., 1798.
1798New YorkA discourse, delivered April 11, 1798, at the request of and before the New-York Society for Promoting the Manumission of Slaves, and Protecting Such of Them as Have Been or May Be Liberated. By E.H. Smith, a member of the society.Smith, E. H. (Elihu Hubbard), 1771-1798.New-York : Printed by T. & J. Swords, no. 99 Pearl-Street, 1798.
1798New YorkTravels through Egypt and Syria, : in the years 1783, 1784 & 1785. Containing the present natural and political state of those countries; their productions, arts, manufactures & commerce; with observations on the manners, customs and government of the Turks & Arabs.Volney, C.-F. (Constantin-François), 1757-1820.New York: : Printed by J. Tiebout, for E. Duyckinck & Co. booksellers., --1798--
1798PennsylvaniaThe works of Aristotle, : the famous philosopher. In four parts. Containing. I. His complete master-piece; ... II. His experienced midwife; ... III. His Book of problems, ... IV. His Last legacy; ...Aristotle, pseud.Philadelphia: : Printed for the Booksellers., MDCCXCVII. [1798; i.e., 1799]
1798PennsylvaniaMinutes of the proceedings of the fifth Convention of Delegates from the Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the United States : assembled at Philadelphia, on the first day of June, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-eight, and continued, by adjournments, until the sixth day of the same month, inclusive.Convention of Delegates from the Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the United States (5th : 1798 : Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia : printed by Zachariah Poulson, Junior, 1798.
1798PennsylvaniaParticular list of slaves owned by, or under the care of [blank] on the first day of October, 1798, withing the Sixth Division [blank] in the state of Pennsylvania.Pennsylvania. Sixth Division.[Pennsylvania, Pa. : s.n., 1798]
1798PennsylvaniaFacts and observations relative to the nature and origin of the pestilential fever, which prevailed in this city, in 1793, 1797, and 1798. By the College of Physicians of Philadelphia.College of Physicians of Philadelphia.Philadelphia : Printed for Thomas Dobson, at the stone house, no. 41, South Second Street, 1798.
1798PennsylvaniaFacts and observations relative to the nature and origin of the pestilential fever, : which prevailed in this city, in 1793, 1797, and 1798.College of Physicians of Philadelphia.Philadelphia: : printed for Thomas Dobson, at the stone house, no. 41, South Second Street., 1798..
1798PennsylvaniaEssays, literary, moral & philosophical by Benjamin Rush, M.D. and professor of the institutes of medicine and clinical practice in the University of Pennsylvania.Rush, Benjamin, 1746-1813.Philadelphia : Printed by Thomas & Samuel F. Bradford, no. 8, South Front Street, 1798.
1798PennsylvaniaThe American jest book: or, Merry fellow's companion. Containing, a choice selection of anecdotes, bon mots, jests, repartees, stories, &c. Philadelphia : Printed and sold by John M'Culloch, no. 1, North Third-Street, ---1798.
1798PennsylvaniaThe American jest book: or, Merry fellow's companion. Containing, a choice selection of anecdotes, bon mots, jests, repartees, stories, &c. Philadelphia : Printed and sold by John M'Culloch, no. 1, North Third-Street, ---1798.
1798Rhode IslandThe public laws of the state of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, : as revised by a committee, and finally enacted by the Honourable General Assembly, at their session in January, 1798. To which are prefixed, the Charter, Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confederation, Constitution of the United States, and President Washington's address of September, 1796. Published by authority.Rhode Island.Printed at Providence, : by Carter and Wilkinson, and sold at their book-store., 1798.
1798VirginiaReports of cases argued and determined in the Court of Appeals of Virginia.Virginia. Supreme Court of AppealsRichmond: : Printed by Thomas Nicolson,, M,DCC,XCVIII[-MDCC,XCIX]. [1798-1799].
1799EnglandTravels through the states of North America, and the provinces of Upper and Lower Canada, during the years 1795, 1796, and 1797.Weld, Isaac, 1774-1856.London : Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly., 1799.
1799EnglandThe flowers of modern travels : being elegant, entertaining, and instructive extracts, selected from the works of the most celebrated travellers ...Adams, John, 1750?-1814.London : Printed for G. Kearsley, and Darton and Harvey, 1799.
1799EnglandTravels through the states of North America, and the provinces of Upper and Lower Canada, during the years 1795, 1796, and 1797. By Isaac Weld, junior. ...Weld, Isaac, 1774-1856.London : printed for John Stockdale, 1799.
1799EnglandPractical observations on the diseases of the army in Jamaica, as they occurred between the years 1792 and 1797; : on the situation, climate, and diseases of that island; and on the most probable means of lessening mortality among the troops, and among Europeans in tropical climates.Lempriere, William, d. 1834.London: : Printed for T.N. Longman and O. Rees, Paternoster-Row., 1799..
1799EnglandTravels through the United States of North America, the country of the Iroquois, and upper Canada, in the years 1795, 1796, and 1797; : with an authentic account of lower Canada.La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt, François-Alexandre-Frédéric, duc de, 1747-1827.London: : Printed for R. Phillips, no. 71, St. Paul's Church-Yard, by T. Davison, Lombard-Street, Fleet-Street; sold by T. Hurst and J. Wallis, Paternoster-Row, and by Carpenter and Co. Old Bond-Street., 1799..
1799EnglandTravels in the interior districts of Africa: : performed under the direction and patronage of the African Association, in the years 1795, 1796, and 1797.Park, Mungo, 1771-1806.London: : Printed by W. Bulmer and Co. for the author; and sold by G. and W. Nicol, booksellers to His Majesty, Pall-Mall., 1799..
1799EnglandMoral contrasts : or, The power of religion exemplified under different charactersGilpin, William, 1724-1804.London : printed for T. Cadell Junior and W. Davies, 1799.
1799EnglandTravels in upper and lower Egypt: : undertaken by order of the old government of France;Sonnini, C. S. (Charles Sigisbert), 1751-1812.London: : Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly. 1799. T. Gillet, printer, Salisbury Square., [1799]
1799EnglandThe politician's creed; or, Political extracts; : being an answer to these questions, : what is the best form of government? and what is the best administration of a government?Thornton, Robert John, 1768?-1837.London: : Printed for Robinsons ... [and 8 others], 1799.
1799EnglandTravels from England to India, in the year 1789, : by the way of the Tyrol, Venice, Scandaroon, Aleppo, and over the Great Desart to Bussora; with instructions for travellers; and an account of the expence of travelling &c. &c.Taylor, John, d. 1808.London: : Printed by S. Low, Berwick Street, Soho; for J. Carpenter, Old Bond-Street; and Murray and Highly, Fleet-Street., 1799.
1799EnglandFacts and observations relative to the nature and origin of the pestilential fever, : which prevailed in the city of Philadelphia, in 1793, 1797, and 1798.College of Physicians of Philadelphia.[London] : Philadelphia printed: London reprinted, and sold by James Phillips & Son, George Yard, Lombard Street., 1799..
1799EnglandTravels in Africa, Egypt, and Syria : from the year 1792 to 1798Browne, William George, 1768-1813.London : printed for T. Cadell Junior and W. Davies, Strand; and T.N. Longman and O. Rees, Paternoster-Row, 1799.
1799EnglandAn historical, geographical, commercial, and philosophical view of the American United States, : and of the European settlements in America and the West-Indies.Winterbotham, William, 1763-1829.London: : Printed for the compiler; H.D. Symonds, No. 20, Paternoster Row; and J. Ridgway, York Street., 1799.
1799EnglandReport of the Committee of Council and Assembly, : of the island of Tobago, on the increase of population, and the melioration of the state of the slaves,Tobago (Colony). AssemblyLondon: : Printed at the Minerva Press, Leadenhall-Street., 1799.
1799EnglandAristotle's Complete master-piece. : In three parts; displaying the secrets of nature in the generation of man. Regularly digested into chapters and sections, rendering it far more useful, and easy than any yet extant. To which is added, A Treasure of health; or The family phisician [i.e., physician]: being choice and approved remedies for all the several distempers incident to the human body..Aristotle's Masterpiece.London: : [s.n.], Printed, 1799..
1799EnglandTravels through the states of North America, and the provinces of Upper and Lower Canada, during the years 1795, 1796, and 1797.Weld, Isaac, 1774-1856.London: : Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly., 1799.
1799FranceVoyage dans les États-Unis d'Amérique, fait en 1795, 1796 et 1797.La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt, François-Alexandre-Frédéric, duc de, 1747-1827.A Paris, : Chez Du Pont, imprimeur-libraire, rue de la Loi, no. 1231. Buisson, libraire, rue Haute-feuille. Charles Pougens, libraire, rue St-Thomas du Louvre., l'an VII de la République. [1799]
1799FranceVoyage par le Cap de Bonne-Espérance et Batavia, a Samarang, a Macassar, a Amboine, et a Surate, : en 1774, 75, 76, 77 et 78,Stavorinus, Johan Splinter, 1739-1788.A Paris : Chez H.J. Jansen, imprimeur-libraire rue des Pères, no. 1195, F.G., An VII de la république françoise [1799]
1799MarylandThe laws of Maryland, to which are prefixed the original charter, with an English translation, the bill of rights and constitution of the state, as originally adopted by the convention, with the several alterations by acts of Assembly, the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, the Constitution of the general government, and the amendments made thereto, with an index to the laws, the bill of rights, and the constitution. In two volumes. Revised and collected, under the authority of the Legislature, by William Kilty, attorney at law. Volume I[-II].Maryland.Annapolis : Printed by Frederick Green, printer to the state, 1799[-1800]
1799MarylandA digest of the laws of Maryland, : being an abridgment, alphabetically arranged, of all the public acts of Assembly now in force, and of general use, from the first settlement of the state, to the end of November session 1797, inclusive, with references to the acts at large.Herty, Thomas.Baltimore [Md.]:-- : Printed for the editor., 1799.
1799PennsylvaniaTo our fellow citizens of the United States of North America and others whom it may concern..Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends.[Philadelphia : s.n., 1799]
1799PennsylvaniaArticles of association of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, of the city of Philadelphia, in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania..African Methodist Episcopal Church (Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia: : Printed by John Ormrod, no. 41, Chesnut-Street,, 1799..
1799PennsylvaniaThe adventures of Sig. Gaudentio di Lucca : Being the substance of his examination before the fathers of the Inquisition at Bologna, in Italy: giving an account of an unknown country, in the midst of the deserts of Africa, the origin and antiquity of the people, their religion, customs, and lawsBerington, Simon, 1680-1755.Philadelphia: : Re-printed by William Conover, no. 71, Walnut-Street., 1799.
1799PennsylvaniaMinutes taken at the several conferences of the Methodist-Episcopal-Church, in America, for the year 1799.Methodist Episcopal Church.Philadelphia: : Printed by Henry Tuckniss, and sold by Ezekiel Cooper, no. 47, North Fourth-Street, near Race-Street., MDCCXCIX. [1799] (Price nine cents.)
1799PennsylvaniaThe adventures of Sig. Gaudentio di Lucca. Being the substance of his examination before the fathers of the Inquisition at Bologna, in Italy: giving an account of an unknown country, in the midst of the deserts of Africa, the origin and antiquity of the people, their religion, customs, and laws. Copied from the original manuscripts in St. Mark's Library at Venice; with critical notes of the learned Signor Rhedi. To which is prefixed, a letter of the secretary of the Inquisition, shewing the reasons of Signor Gaudentio's being apprehended, and the manner of it. Translated from the Italian.Berington, Simon, 1680-1755.Philadelphia : Re-printed by William Conover, no. 71, Walnut-Street, 1799.
1799PennsylvaniaSubstance of the reports delivered by the court of directors of the Sierra Leone Company, to the general court of proprietors : To which is prefixed Memoirs of Naimbanna, an African prince.Sierra Leone Company.Philadelphia: : printed for Thomas Dobson, 1799.
1799PennsylvaniaReport of the Committee of Ways and Means, instructed on the ninth instant, to enquire and report, by bill or otherwise, whether any and what amendments are necessary in the "Act to provide for the valuation "of lands and dwelling-houses, "and the "enumeration of slaves within "the United States." : 21st January, 1799, committed to a committee of the whole House, on Wednesday next. : (Published by order of the House of Representatives.).United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means[Philadelphia : Printed by William Ross?, 1799]
1799PennsylvaniaThe American ladies pocket book, for the year 1800: Containing an almanack, ruled pages for memorandums, observations, and engagements: also for accounts of monies received, paid or lent, for every day in the year; miscellaneous moral and entertaining pieces, in prose and verse; new and celebrated songs; new country dances; a marketing table; and several other useful tables. To be continued annually. Philadelphia : Printed by John Bioren, for William Young Birch, no.17, South Second Street. Where is also published, "The gentleman's annual pocket remembrancer.", [1799]
1800EnglandPeriodical accounts relating to the missions of the Church of the United Brethren, established among the heathen. Vol. II.Periodical accounts relating to the missions of the Church of the United Brethren. V. 2.London: : Published for the Brethren's Society for the Furtherance of the Gospel, No. 10 Nevil's Court, Fetter Lane., 1797 [i.e 1800?]
1800EnglandTravels through the states of North America, and the provinces of Upper and Lower Canada, during the years 1795, 1796, and 1797.Weld, Isaac, 1774-1856.London: : Printed for J. Stockdale, Piccadilly., 1800.
1800EnglandObservations on the authenticity of Bruce's travels in Abyssinia; : in reply to some passages in Brown's travels through Egypt, Africa, and Syria. To which is added, A comparative view of life and happiness in Europe and Caffraria.Wharton, R. (Richard), ca. 1774-1828.Newcastle upon Tyne: : Printed by E. Walker, Pilgrim-Street. Sold by T. Cadell, Jun. and W. Davies, Strand, London; J. Todd, York; A. Clifton, Durham; and W. Charnley, Newcastle., 1800.
1800EnglandThe geographical system of Herodotus, examined; : and explained, by a comparison with those of other ancient authors, and with modern geography. In the course of the work are introduced, dissertations on the itinerary stade of the Greeks, the expedition of Darius Hystaspes to Scythia, the position and remains of ancient Babylon, the alluvions of the Nile, and canals of Suez; the oasis and temple of Jupiter Ammon, the ancient circumnavigation of Africa, and other subjects of history and geography. The whole explained by eleven maps, adapted to the different subjects; and accompanied with a complete index.Rennell, James, 1742-1830.London: : Printed by W. Bulmer and Co. Russel-Court, Cleveland-Row, St. James's, for the author; and sold by G. and W. Nicol, booksellers to His Majesty, Pall-Mall., MDCCC. [1800]
1800EnglandTravels through the states of North America, and the provinces of Upper and Lower Canada, during the years 1795, 1796, and 1797.Weld, Isaac, 1774-1856.London : Printed for John Stockdale ..., 1800.
1800EnglandThe will of General George Washington. : To which is annexed, a schedule of his property directed to be sold; also, the oration, delivered by Major-General Lee, at the request of Congress, at a funeral solemnity in Philadelphia, in honour of the memory of General Washington. The will from th Alexandria edition..Washington, George, 1732-1799.[London] : New York: printed and published by J. Furman, opposite the City Hall. London: re-printed by Stower & Hare, Duke Street, Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, and sold by West and Hughes, no. 40, Paternoster-Row., 1800..
1800EnglandThe whole works of Lavater on physiognomy;Lavater, Johann Caspar, 1741-1801.London. : Printed for W. Butters, & sold by W. Simmonds, Paternoster Row., [1800?]
1800EnglandA voyage to the Isle of France, the Isle of Bourbon, and the Cape of Good Hope; : with observations and reflections upon nature and mankind.Saint-Pierre, Bernardin de, 1737-1814.London: : Printed by J. Cundee, Ivy Lane, for Vernor and Hood, in the Poultry; J. Cuthell, Middle-Row, Holborn; and J. Walker, Paternoster-Row., 1800.
1800EnglandThe history of Oroonoko; or, The royal slaveBehn, Aphra, 1640-1689.London : printed by T. Maiden, for Ann Lemoine, and sold by T. Hurst, 1800.
1800EnglandMedical tracts : I. On sugar. II. On the cow-pox. III. On the yaws. IV. On obi; or African witchcraft. V. On the plague; and yellow fever of America. VI. On hospitals. VII. On bronchocele. VIII. On prisonsMoseley, Benjamin, 1742-1819.London : printed by John Nichols, for T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1800.
1800EnglandA treatise on sugar : With miscellaneous medical observationsMoseley, Benjamin, 1742-1819.London : printed by John Nichols, for G. G. and J. Robinson, 1800.
1800EnglandMedical tracts : I. On sugar. II. On the cow-pox. III. On the yaws. IV. On obi; or African witchcraft. V. On the plague; and yellow fever of America. VI. On hospitals. VII. On bronchocele. VIII. On prisonsMoseley, Benjamin, 1742-1819.London : printed by John Nichols, for G. and J. Robinson, 1800.
1800EnglandJournal of a voyage performed in the Lion Extra Indiaman, : from Madras to Columbo, and Da Lagoa Bay, on the eastern coast of Africa; (where the ship was condemned) in the year 1798. With some account of the manners and customs of the inhabitants of Da Lagoa Bay, and a vocabulary of the language.White, William, Captain of the 73rd Regiment of HighlandersLondon: : Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly., 1800.
1800EnglandAn interesting narrative of the travels of James Bruce, Esq. into Abyssinia, to discover the source of the NileBruce, James, 1730-1794.London : Printed for H.D. Symonds, No. 20, Pater-Noster-Row, [1800?]
1800EnglandThe modern traveller. : Vol I[-Vol. IV] containing .... London: : Printed and published by Geo. Cawtnorn [sic], British Library, No. 132, Strand, bookseller to her Most Royal Highness the Princess of Wales; Sold also by Messrs. Richardson, Royal-Exchange; H. D. Symonds, J. Wallis, West and Hughes, Paternoster Row; and J. Wright, Piccadilly., 1800..
1800England[Costume and description of peoples of the world] [London? : s.n., before 1854]
1800IrelandZimao, the African.Saint-Lambert, Jean-François, marquis de, 1716-1803.Dublin: : Printed by Brett Smith, for Gilbert and Hodges, Burnett, Porter, Halpin, Rice, Dornin, Folingsby, Fitzpatrick, Kelly, and Graisberry., 1800.
1800MarylandJefferson's notes, on the state of Virginia; : with the appendixes--complete..Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.Baltimore: ; Printed by W. Pechin, corner of Water & Gay-Streets., 1800..
1800MassachusettsThe last will and testament of Gen. George Washington.Washington, George, 1732-1799.Boston: : Printed for John Russell and Manning & Loring. Sold at their printing-offices., Feb. 1800.
1800MassachusettsThe last will & testament, of General George Washington.Washington, George, 1732-1799.Worcester [Mass.]: : Printed by Isaiah Thomas, Jun., February--1800.
1800MassachusettsThe last will and testament of Gen. George Washington.Washington, George, 1732-1799.Boston : Printed for John Russell and Manning & Loring. Sold at their printing-offices, Feb. 1800.
1800MassachusettsThe last will & testament, of General George Washington.Washington, George, 1732-1799.Worcester [Mass.] : Printed by Isaiah Thomas, Jun, February--1800.
1800MassachusettsThe Slave mother. Boston : American Tract Society, [18--]
1800New YorkSerious considerations on the election of a president: addressed to the citizens of the United States.Linn, William, 1752-1808.New-York : Printed and sold by John Furman, at his blank, stamp, and stationary shop, opposite the City Hall, 1800.
1800New YorkSerious considerations on the election of a president: : addressed to the citizens of the United States..Linn, William, 1752-1808.New-York: : Printed and sold by John Furman, at his blank, stamp, and stationary shop, opposite the City Hall., 1800..
1800New YorkTravels, in the interior districts of Africa: : performed under the direction and patronage, of the African Association, in the years 1795, 1796, and 1797.Park, Mungo, 1771-1806.New-York: : Printed by J. Tiebout, and sold by George F. Hopkins, at Washington's Head, no. 136 Pearl-Street., 1800..
1800New YorkTravels, in the interior districts of Africa: : performed under the direction and patronage, of the African Association, in the years 1795, 1796, and 1797.Park, Mungo, 1771-1806.New-York: : Printed and sold by J. Tiebout, no. 246, Water-Street., 1800.
1800PennsylvaniaAn address from the Pennsylvania Abolition Society, to the free black people of the city of Philadelphia, and its vicinity..Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery.Philadelphia: : Printed by John Ormrod, no. 41, Chesnut-street., 1800..
1800PennsylvaniaConstitution and act of incorporation of the Pennsylvania Society, for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery : and the Relief of Free Negroes, Unlawfully Held in Bondage. And for Improving the Condition of the African Race. To which are added, the acts of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania for the gradual abolition of slavery, and the acts of the Congress of the United States, respecting slaves and the slave trade.Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery.Philadelphia : Printed by J. Ormrod, for "The Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, &c., 1800.
1800PennsylvaniaTravels in the interior districts of Africa: : performed under the direction and patronage of the African Association, in the years 1795, 1796, and 1797;Park, Mungo, 1771-1806.Philadelphia: : Printed from the London quarto edition by James Humphreys: and sold by him, at no. 106, south side of Market-Street., 1800..
1800PennsylvaniaThe shopkeeper turned sailor; : to which is prefixed, a true story of a good Negro woman..More, Hannah, 1745-1833.Philadelphia: : Printed by B. & J. Johnson, no. 147, High-Street., 1800..
1800PennsylvaniaLittle truths better than great fables: : containing information on divers subjects, for the instruction of children. : Illustrated with copper-plates.Darton, William, 1755-1819.Philadelphia: : Printed for, and sold by, J. and J. Crukshank, No. 87, High-Street., 1800.
1800PennsylvaniaAddress of the Committee for Improving the Condition of the Free Blacks to the members of the Pennsylvania Abolition Society, and to the public in general.Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery. Committee for Improving the Condition of the Free Blacks.Philadelphia : Printed by J. Ormrod, No. 41, Chesnut-street, 1800.
1800PennsylvaniaLe dernier cri de St. Domingue et des colonies. Dédié au commerce de France. [Two lines in French from Voltaire]La Neuville, M. J.A Philadelphie : Chez Thomas & William Bradford, libraires, premiere rue Sud, no. 8, 1800.
1800PennsylvaniaThe last will and testament of General George Washington. : With a schedule of his property directed to be sold.Washington, George, 1732-1799.Philadelphia: : Printed by H. Maxwell, for A. Dickins, bookseller, North Second Street, opposite Christ-Church., 1800.
1800PennsylvaniaThe Black prince, a true story : 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.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.Philadelphia : Printed by B. & J. Johnson, no. 147, High-Street, 1800.
1800PennsylvaniaConstitution and act of incorporation of the Pennsylvania Society, for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery and the Relief of Free Negroes, Unlawfully held in Bondage. And for Improving the Condition of the African Race. To which are added, the acts of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania for the gradual abolition of slavery, and the acts of the Congress of the United States, respecting slaves and the slave trade. [Three lines from Matthew]Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery.Philadelphia : Printed by J. Ormrod, for "The Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, &c, 1800.
1800PennsylvaniaLittle truths better than great fables: containing information on divers subjects, for the instruction of children. [Four lines from Winter evenings] Vol. I[-II]. Illustrated with copper-plates.Darton, William, 1755-1819.Philadelphia : Printed for, and sold by, J. and J. Crukshank, no. 87, High-Street, 1800.
1800PennsylvaniaMinutes of the proceedings of the sixth Convention of Delegates from the Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the United States : assembled at Philadelphia, on the fourth day of June, one thousand eight hundred, and continued by adjournments, until the sixth day of the same month, inclusive.Convention of Delegates from the Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the United States (6th : 1800 : Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia : printed by Zachariah Poulson, Junior, 1800.
1800ScotlandMemoirs of the life and travels of the late Charles Macpherson, Esq. in Asia, Africa, and America. : Illustrative of manners, customs, and character; with a particular investigation of the nature, treatment, and possible improvement, of the negro in the British and French West India islands.Macpherson, Charles.Edinburgh: : Printed for Arch. Constable, and sold in London by Vernor and Hood., 1800..
1800ScotlandThe famous Negro robber, and terror of Jamaica, or, The history and adventures of Jack Mansong. Glasgow : Printed for the booksellers, [18--?]
1800United StatesThe little innocent porcupine hornet's nest. [Five lines of verse.] United States of America : Printed for the author, [1800?]
1800VirginiaThe will of General George Washington: : to which is annexed, a schedule of his property, directed to be sold.Washington, George, 1732-1799.Alexandria [Va.]: : Printed from the record of the County Court of Fairfax,, M,DCCC. [1800]
1800VirginiaThe will of General George Washington: : to which is annexed, a schedule of his property, directed to be sold.Washington, George, 1732-1799.Alexandria [Va.]: : Printed from the record of the County Court of Fairfax,, M,DCCC. [1800]
1801District of ColumbiaReport, of the Committee of Ways and Means, : instructed on the 17th instant to enquire into the expediency of repealing the act, intituled, "An act to provide for the valuation of lands and dwelling houses, and the enumeration of slaves, within the United States." 30th December, 1800, ordered to lie on the table. 31st December, 1800, committed to a committee of the whole House, on Monday next. Published by order of the House of Representatives.United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1801]
1801EnglandLetters on the cultivation of the Otaheite cane : the manufacture of sugar and rum; the saving of melasses; the care and preservation of stock; with the attention and anxiety which is due to Negroes : To these topics are added, a few other particulars analogous to the subject of the letters; and also a speech on the slave trade, the most important feature in West Indian cultivationCaines, Clement.London : Printed for Messrs. Robinson, Paternoster-Row : Printed by W. Bulmer and Co., Cleveland-Row, St. James's, 1801.
1801EnglandAn essay on the malignant pestilential fever : introduced into the West Indian islands from Boullam, on the coast of Guinea, as it appeared in 1793, 1794, 1795, and 1796. ...Chisholm, Colin, 1755-1825.London : printed for J. Mawman, by T. Gillet, 1801.
1801EnglandAn account of the emancipation of the slaves of Unity Valley Pen, in JamaicaBarclay, David.London : printed and sold by William Phillips. Sold also by J. and A. Arch, and Richard Roe, 1801 [Printed by W. Phillips].
1801EnglandThe history, civil and commercial, of the British colonies in the West Indies.Edwards, Bryan, 1743-1800.London: : Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly., 1801..
1801EnglandTravels through the interior of Africa, from the Cape of Good Hope to Morocco; : in Caffraria, the kingdoms of Mataman, Angola, Massi, Monoemugi, Muschako, Bahahara, Wangara, Haoussa, &c. &c. and thence through the desert of Sahara and the north of Barbary to Morocco. : Between the years 1781 and 1797.Taurinius, Zacharias.London: : printed for R. Phillips, 71, St. Paul's Church-Yard. and sold by T. Hurst, and J. Wallis, Paternoster-Row; by Elphinstone Balfour, Edinburgh; J. Archer, Dublin; and all other booksellers. : T. Gillet, printer, Salisbury Square., 1801.
1801EnglandAn account of travels into the interior of Southern Africa in the years 1797 and 1798 : including cursory observations on the geology and geography ... the natural history ... and sketches of ... the various tribes of inhabitants surrounding the settlement of the Cape of Good Hope ... With a mapBarrow, John, Sir, 1764-1848.London : Printed by A. Strahan for T. Cadell Jun. and W. Davies, 1801-1804.
1801EnglandAn historical survey of the island of Saint Domingo, : together with an account of the maroon negroes in the island of Jamaica; : and a history of the war in the West Indies, in 1793 and 1794;Edwards, Bryan, 1743-1800.London: : Printed for John Stockdale, Picadilly., 1801..
1801EnglandThe history of Mauritius, : or the Isle of France, and the neighbouring islands; from their first discovery to the present time; composed principally from the papers and memoirs of Baron Grant, who resided twenty years in the island,Vaux, Charles Grant, vicomte deLondon: : Printed by W. Bulmer and Co. Cleveland-Row, St. James's, for the author; and sold by G. and W. Nicol, booksellers to His Majesty, Pall-Mall; J. Wright, Piccadilly; and B. Uphill, Brydges-Street, Covent-Garden., 1801..
1801EnglandProceedings of the Society for Missions to Africa and the East.Church Missionary Society.London : Printed by Jaques and Co. ... and C. Whittingham ..., 1801-1921.
1801EnglandThe life and exploits of Three-finger'd Jack, the terror of Jamaica : with a particular account of the Obi; being the only true one of that celebrated and fascinating mischief, so prevalent in the West IndiesBurdett, William.Sommers Town [England] : Printed and published by A. Neil, and sold also by Crosby & Letterman, 1801.
1801EnglandThe public acts in force; London, Printed for S. Moore, by L. Hansard, 1801.
1801FranceTraité d'économie politique et de commerce des colonies.Page, P. F. (Pierre François), 1764-1805.[Paris, France] : De l'Imprimerie de Crapelet. A Paris, Chez Brochet père et compagnie, libraires, rue Montmartre, no 113, à côté de Messageries., An IX. [1801-1802]
1801FranceVoyage à la côte occidentale d'Afrique, : fait dans les années 1786 et 1787; contenant la description des mœurs, usages, lois, gouvernement et commerce des États du Congo, fréquentés par les Européens, et un précis de la traite des Noirs, ainsi qu'elle avait lieu avant la Révolution française; suivi d'un voyage fait au cap de Bonne-Espérance, contenant la description militaire de cette colonie.Grandpré, L. de (Louis), 1761-1846.Paris, : Dentu, imprimeur-libraire, Palais du Tribunat, Galeries de Bois, no. 240., an IX.--1801..
1801MarylandLetter to a member of the General Assembly of Virginia, on the subject of the late conspiracy of the slaves; : with a proposal for their colonization.Tucker, St. George, 1752-1827.Baltimore: : Printed by Bonsal & Niles., 1801.
1801MassachusettsTravels through the interior of Africa, from the Cape of Good Hope to Morocco; : in Caffraria, the kingdoms of Mataman, Angola, Massi, Monoemugi, Muschako, Bahahara, Wangara, Haoussa, &c. &c. and thence through the desert of Sahara and the north of Barbary to Morocco; : between the years 1781 and 1797.Taurinius, Zacharias.Charlestown: : printed by Samuel Etheridge, for E. and S. Larkin, no. 47, Cornhill, Boston., 1801
1801MassachusettsThe principles of moral and political philosophyPaley, William, 1743-1805.Boston : Printed for John West by E. Lincoln, 1801.
1801MassachusettsAristotle's Master-piece, or the secrets of nature displayed in the generation of man; : complete in three parts. To which is added. A treasure of health; or, the family physician. ...Aristotle's MasterpieceWorcester : Printed by Daniel Greenleaf, 1801.
1801New YorkNotes on the state of Virginia. : With an appendix.Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.New-York: : Printed by M.L. & W.A. Davis.--For Furman & Loudon, opposite the city-hall., 1801..
1801New YorkNotes on the state of Virginia : With an appendixJefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.New-York : Printed by M.L. & W.A. Davis, for Furman & Loudon, 1801.
1801New YorkHutchin's improved: being an almanack and ephemeris ... for the year of our Lord 1802 ...Hutchin's improved. 1802.New-York : Printed and sold by Ming and Young, (successors to Hugh Gaine), [1801].
1801North CarolinaA Manual of the laws of North-Carolina, arranged under distinct heads in alphabetical order. : With references from one head to another, when a subject is mentioned in any other part of the book than under the distinct head where it is placed.North Carolina.Raleigh [N.C.]: : Printed and sold by J. Gales, printer to the state., 1801..
1801PennsylvaniaLetters of the Right Honourable Lady Mary Wortley Montague : written during her travels in Europe, Asia, and Africa, which contain, among other curious relations, accounts of the policy and manners of the Turks. Drawn from sources that have been inaccessible to other travellers..Montagu, Mary Wortley, Lady, 1689-1762.Philadelphia: : Printed by William Duane, and published at the Aurora Book Stores, No. 106, Market-street, Philadelphia, and Square 460, Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington City., 1801..
1801PennsylvaniaThe Negro equalled by few Europeans.Lavallée, Joseph, 1747-1816.Philadelphia: : Printed by and for William W. Woodward, no. 17, Chesnut Street., 1801..
1801PennsylvaniaMinutes of the proceedings of the seventh Convention of Delegates from the Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the United States : assembled at Philadelphia, on the third day of June, one thousand eight hundred and one, and continued by adjournments until the sixth day of the same month, inclusive.Convention of Delegates from the Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the United States (7th : 1801 : Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia : printed by Zachariah Poulson, Junior, 1801.
1801PennsylvaniaThe history of ancient Europe. : With a view of the revolutions in Asia and Africa. In a series of letters to a young nobleman.Russell, William, 1741-1793.Philadelphia: : Printed by H. Maxwell, Columbia-House, for William Young Birch and Abraham Small., 1801.
1801PennsylvaniaThe epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 20th of the fifth month, to the 2d of the sixth month, 1801, inclusive; : to the quarterly and monthly meetings of Friends in Great Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere.London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends)[Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., 1801]
1801PennsylvaniaThe epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 20th of the fifth month, to the 2d of the sixth month, 1801, inclusive; : to the quarterly and monthly meetings of Friends in Great Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere.London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends)[Philadelphia, Pa.? : s.n., 1801]
1801PennsylvaniaNotes on the state of Virginia.Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.Philadelphia. : R.T. Rawle, publisher, : John Thompson, printer., ---June, 1801..
1801Undefined place of publicationNotes and observations on the pine lands of Georgia : shewing the advantages they possess, particularly in the culture of cotton : addressed to persons emigrating, and those disposed to encourage migration to this State : together with a plan of emigration, for their immediate settlement : to which is added a geographical sketch of the state of Georgia, with a comparative view of the population of 1791, and 1801, and the exports of the years 1791 & 1800Sibbald, George.[S.l. : s.n.], 1801 (Augusta [Ga.] : Printed by William J. Bunce)
1801Undefined place of publicationNotes and observations on the pine lands of Georgia : shewing the advantages they possess, particularly in the culture of cotton : addressed to persons emigrating, and those disposed to encourage migration to this State : together with a plan of emigration, for their immediate settlement : to which is added a geographical sketch of the state of Georgia, with a comparative view of the population of 1791, and 1801, and the exports of the years 1791 & 1800Sibbald, George.[S.l. : s.n.], 1801 (Augusta [Ga.] : Printed by William J. Bunce)
1801United StatesThe works of Aristotle, : the famous philosopher. In four parts. Containing, I. His Complete master piece: 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..Aristotle, pseud.London [i.e., United States?]: : Printed for the booksellers., 1801..
1802District of ColumbiaSelect and fugitive poetry. : A compilation: with notes biographical and historical. Washington City: : Printed at the Franklin Press,, 1802..
1802Dominican RepublicRépublique française. Au quartier général de Santo-Domingo, le 30 Ventôse, an 10 de la République française. Le général, commandant la partie espangole de Saint-Domingue. Arrête:.France. Armée de Saint-Domingue.A Santo Domingo, : chez A.J. Blocquerst et F. Cuq, imprimeurs du gouvernement., [1802]
1802Dominican RepublicRépublique française. Quartier général de Santo Domingo, le 30 Ventôse, an 10 de la République française, une et indivisible. Le général commandant la partie ci-devant espangole de Saint-Domingue, aux administrations municipales et aux autorités civiles et militaires.France. Armée de Saint-Domingue.[Santo Domingo? : s.n., 1802]
1802EnglandTwo sermons, preached at Dominica, on the 11th and 13th of April, 1800 : and officially noticed by His Majesty's Privy Council in that island. To which is added, an appendix, containing minutes of three trials which occurred at Roseau in the spring of the preceding year; together with remarks and strictures on the issue of those trials, as well as on the slave trade, and the condition of slaves in general in our West-Indian coloniesPeters, C. (Charles)London : Printed for John Hatchard, 1802 [Nichols and Son, Printers]
1802EnglandTravels in Africa, : performed during the years 1785, 1786, and 1787, in the western countries of that continent, comprised between Cape Blanco in Barbary, situated in 20° 47', and Cape Palmas, in 4° 30' north latitude. : Embellished with a general map of Africa, corrected according to the most authentic and recent observations; and several plans, copper-plates, &c.Golbéry, Sylvain Meinrad Xavier de, 1742-1822.London: : Printed for James Ridgway, York-Street, St. James's-Square; by B. McMillan, Bow-Street, Covent-Garden., 1802..
1802EnglandExtracts from the minutes and advices of the Yearly Meeting of Friends held in London, from its first institution..London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends)London: : printed and sold by W. Phillips, George Yard, Lombard Street., 1802..
1802EnglandThe journal of Frederick Horneman's travels, : from Cairo to Mourzouk, the capital of the kingdom of Fezzan, in Africa. In the years 1797-8..Hornemann, Friedrich, 1772-1800.London: : Printed by W. Bulmer and Co. Cleveland-Row, St. James's; : For G. and W. Nicol, booksellees [sic] to His Majesty, Pall-Mall., 1802..
1802EnglandAn English country gentleman's address to the Irish members of the Imperial Parliament, : on the subject of the slave trade..Knox, William, 1732-1810.London: : printed for J. Hatchard ... no. 190, opposite York-House, Piccadilly., 1802..
1802EnglandTravels in the United States of America; commencing in the year 1793, and ending in 1797. : With the author's journals of his two voyages across the Atlantic.Priest, William.London: : Printed for J. Johnson, No. 72, St. Paul's Churchyard., 1802.
1802EnglandThe crisis of the sugar colonies; or, An enquiry into the objects and probable effects of the French expedition to the West Indies; : and their connection with the colonial interests of the British empire. To which are subjoined, sketches of a plan for settling the vacant lands of Trinidada. In four letters to the Right Hon. Henry Addington, Chancellor of the Exchequer, &c.Stephen, James, 1758-1832.London: : Printed for J. Hatchard, bookseller to Her Majesty, no. 190, (opposite York House,) Piccadilly., 1802.
1802EnglandModern geography. A description of the empires, kingdoms, states, and colonies; : with the oceans, seas, and isles; in all parts of the world: including the most recent discoveries, and political alterations. Digested on a new plan.Pinkerton, John, 1758-1826.London: : printed by A. Strahan, Printers Street; for T. Cadell Jun. and W. Davies, Strand; and T.N. Longman and O. Rees, Paternoster-Row., 1802..
1802EnglandLife, trial, and particulars of the execution of Governor Wall, : who was executed on Thursday morning last, fronting Newgate, for the murder of Benjamin Armstrong, nearly 20 years ago, at Goree, in Africa. By causing him to receive, without trial, 800 lashes, which were inflicted by black slaves, changed at every 25 lashes.Wall, Joseph, 1737-1802.[London] : Printed by J. Davenport 6, George's Court St. John's Lane, West Smithfield, London., [1802]
1802FranceSociété de l'Afrique intérieure et de découvertes.Société de l'Afrique intérieure et de découvertes.[Paris? : s.n., 1802?]
1802FranceDes colonies modernes sous la zone torride, et particuliérement de celle de Saint-Domingue : ouvrage dans lequel on découvre les causes de leurs malheurs, et où l'on développe les véritables principes du gouvernement qui leur convient; les moyens économiques de les faire arriver promptement à la plus grande prospérité, et de rendre le sort des nègres préférable à celui d'aucun peuple de l'EuropeBarre de Saint-Venant, Jean, 1737-1810.A Paris : Chez Brochot père et compagnie, Libraires, An X (1802.) [De l'imprimerie d'Ant. Bailleul].
1802FranceLa vie de Toussaint-Louverture, : chef des noirs insurgés de Saint-Domingue; ... suivie de notes précieuses sur Saint-Domingue, sur plusieurs personnages qui ont joué un rôle dans la révolution de cette île, et des premières opérations militaires du général Leclerc.Dubroca, 1757-ca. 1835.A Paris, : Chez Dubroca, libraire, ... Chez Bonneville, graveur, ... , An X.--1802..
1802FranceL'incendie du Cap, ou, Le règne de Toussaint-Louverture, : où l'on développe le caractère de ce chef de révoltés, sa conduite atroce depuis qu'il s'est arrogé le pouvoir, la nullité de ses moyens, la bassesse de tous ses agens, la férocité de Christophe, un de ses plus fermes soutiens, les malheurs qui sont venus fondre sur le Cap, la marche de l'armée française, et ses succès sous les ordres du capitaine général Leclerc.Périn, René, 1774-1858.A Paris, : chez les marchands de nouveautés., 1802.
1802FranceLoi relative à la traite des noirs et au régime des colonies. : Du 30 floréal, an X de la République une et indivisible..France.À Paris, : de l'Imprimerie de la République., Prairial an X. [1802]
1802FranceSoirées Bermudiennes : ou Entretiens sur les événemens qui ont opéré la ruine de la partie Française de l'isle Saint-Domingue ...Carteau, J. Félix.A Bordeaux : Chez Pellier-Lawalle, Imprimeur-Libraire, 1802.
1802FranceHistoire de Toussaint-Louverture, chef des noirs insurgés de Saint-Domingue; : précédée d'un coup-d'œil politique sur cette colonie. : Et suivie d'anecdotes et faits particuliers concernant ce chef des noirs, et les agens directoriaux envoyés dans cette partie du Nouveau-monde, pendant le cours de la révolution.Cousin d'Avallon, 1769-1840.A Paris, : chez Pillot, frères, libraires, sur le Pont-Neuf, no 5., An XI.--1802.
1802GuadeloupeJugement rendu par la Commission militaire, séante à la Basse-Terre, : contre les nommés Alexis; Jean-Baptiste, de Sainte-Lucie; Noël; Hilarion, dit Layon; Jean-Baptiste, de la Dominique ... Tous prévenus de complicité dans l'assassinat commis le vingt-huit nivose dernier sur la personne du citoyen Salager, locataire de l'habitation Ducharmoy, commune de la Basse-Terre ...Basse-Terre (Guadeloupe). Commission militaire.Au Port de la Liberté, île Guadeloupe, : de l'Imprimerie de la République., [1802]
1802GuadeloupeJugement rendu par le Tribunal spécial, séant a Sainte-Anne, : contre les nommés Marie, mulâtresse; Guillaume, nègre créole; Alexis, mulâtre; Maximin, nègre créole ...Sainte-Anne (Guadeloupe). Tribunal spécial.A la Pointe-à-Pitre, île Guadeloupe, : de l'imprimerie de la République., [1802]
1802GuadeloupeJugement rendu par le Tribunal spécial, séant a Saint-Anne, : contre les nommés Jean Barbé, dit Maître-Jean; Julian, nègre rouge; Benjamin, nègre créole; Dorvilliers, mulâtre; Hilarion, nègre créole ...Sainte-Anne (Guadeloupe). Tribunal spécial.A la Pointe-à-Pitre, île Guadeloupe, : de l'Imprimerie de la République., [1802]
1802HaitiAu quartier-général du Cap, le 1er. Messidor an 10. de la République française. Le général en chef, capitaine-général, aux habitans de Saint-Domingue.France. Armée de Saint-Domingue.Au Cap-Français [Haiti], : de l'imprimerie du gouvernement, rues des Decloîtrées et Saint-Louis., [1802]
1802HaitiRépublique française. Armée de Saint-Domingue. Au nom du gouvernement français. : Au quartier-général du Cap, le 2 Messidor an 10.France. Armée de Saint-Domingue.Au Cap-Français [Haiti], : de l'imprimerie du gouvernement, rues des Décloîtrées et Saint-Louis., [1802]
1802HaitiArmée de Saint-Domingue. Arrêté.France. Armée de Saint-Domingue.Au Cap-Français [Haiti], : chez P. Roux, imprimeur, rue d'Anjou et place d'Armes., [1802]
1802HaitiArmée de Saint-Domingue. Arrêté.France. Armée de Saint-Domingue.Au Cap-Français [Haiti], : chez P. Roux, imprimeur, rue d'Anjou et place d'Armes., [1802]
1802HaitiLiberté. Egalité. Au nom du gouvernement français. Le général en chef, au Général Toussaint..Leclerc, Charles, 1772-1802.Au Cap, : Chez P. Roux, imprimeur du gouvernement, place d'Armes., [1802]
1802HaitiRépublique française. Armée de Saint-Domingue. Arrêté. : Le général en chef, ordonne;.France. Armée de Saint-Domingue.Au Cap Français [Haiti], : de l'imprimerie du gouvernement., [1802]
1802HaitiRépublique française. Armée de Saint-Domingue. Au nom du gouvernement français. : Au quartier-général du Cap, le premier complémentaire, an 10 de la République.France. Armée de Saint-Domingue.Au Cap-Français [Haiti], : de l'imprimerie du gouvernement, rue des religieuses., [1802]
1802HaitiRépublique française. Armée de Saint-Domingue. Au nom du gouvernement français. : Au quartier-général du Cap, le premier complémentaire, an 10 de la République.France. Armée de Saint-Domingue.Au Cap-Français [Haiti], : de l'imprimerie du gouvernement, rues des Religieuses et Saint-Louis., [1802]
1802HaitiRépublique française. Armée de Saint-Domingue. Arrêté. : Le général en chef, ordonne;.France. Armée de Saint-Domingue.Au Cap Français [Haiti], : de l'imprimerie du gouvernement., [1802]
1802HaitiRépublique française. Armée de Saint-Domingue. Ordre du jour. : Au quartier-général au Cap, le 21 Pluviôse, an X.France. Armée de Saint-Domingue.Au Cap Français [Haiti], : de l'imprimerie du gouvernement, rue fermée., [1802]
1802HaitiRépublique française. Armée de Saint-Domingue. Au nom du gouvernement français. : Au quartier-général du Cap, le 1er. complémentaire, an 10.France. Armée de Saint-Domingue.Au Cap-Français [Haiti], : de l'imprimerie du gouvernement, rues des Religieuses et St-Louis., [1802]
1802HaitiArmée de Saint-Domingue. Arrêté.France. Armée de Saint-Domingue.Au Cap-Français [Haiti], : chez P. Roux, imprimeur du gouvernement, place d'Armes., [1802]
1802HaitiRépublique française. Armée de Saint-Domingue. Arrêté. : Le général en chef, ordonne;.France. Armée de Saint-Domingue.Au Cap Français [Haiti], : de l'imprimerie du gouvernement., [1802]
1802HaitiRépublique française. Armée de Saint-Domingue. Arrêté.France. Armée de Saint-Domingue.Au Cap Français [Haiti], : de l'imprimerie du gouvernement., [1802]
1802HaitiRépublique française. Armée de Saint-Domingue. État-major-général. Au quartier-général du Cap, le 27 Germinal an 10. Le général en chef,.France. Armée de Saint-Domingue.Au Cap [i.e. Cap Français, Haiti], : de l'imprimerie du gouvernement., [1802]
1802HaitiAu nom du gouvernement français. Proclamation. : Le général en chef, aux habitans de Saint-Domingue. Citoyens,.France. Armée de Saint-Domingue.Au Cap [i.e. Cap Français, Haiti], : chez P. Roux, imprimeur du gouvernement., [1802]
1802HaitiAu nom du gouvernement français. Arrêté. : Le général en chef ordonne:.France. Armée de Saint-Domingue.Au Cap [i.e. Cap Français, Haiti], : chez P. Roux, imprimeur du gouvernement., [1802]
1802HaitiAu nom du gouvernement français. Arrêté.France. Armée de Saint-Domingue.Au Cap [i.e. Cap Français, Haiti], : chez P. Roux, imprimeur du gouvernement, place d'Armes., [1802]
1802HaitiArmée de Saint-Domingue. Arrêté.France. Armée de Saint-Domingue.Au Cap Français [Haiti], : chez P. Roux, imprimeur du gouvernement, place d'Armes., [1802]
1802HaitiArmée de Saint-Domingue. Au quartier-général du Cap, le 22 Prairial, an 10. Arrêté.France. Armée de Saint-Domingue.Au Cap-Français [Haiti], : de l'imprimerie du gouvernement., [1802]
1802JamaicaThe laws of Jamaica : comprehending all the acts in force, passed between the thirty-second year in the reign of King Charles the Second, and the thirty-third year of ... King George the Third : carefully revised and corrected ...Jamaica.Jamaica, St. Jago de la Vega : Printed by Alexander Aikman, 1802-[1818]
1802MarylandAn historical account of the most celebrated voyages, travels, and discoveries, : from the time of Columbus, to the present period.Mavor, William Fordyce, 1758-1837.[Baltimore] : Published by M. and J. Conrad, and Co. No. 140, Market-Street, Baltimore: and Rapin, Conrad, and Co. Washington City., 1802[-1803]..
1802MassachusettsNotes on the state of Virginia. : With an appendix.Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.Boston: : Printed by H. Sprague, no. 44, Marlboro' Street., 1802..
1802MassachusettsGeography made easy: being an abridgement of the American universal geography. : Containing astronomical geography; discovery and general description of America; general view of the United States; particular accounts of the United States of America, and of all the kingdoms, states, and republics in the known world, in regard to their boundaries, extent, rivers, lakes, mountains, productions, population, character, government, trade, manufactures, curiosities, history, &c. To which is added, an improved chronological table of remarkable events, from the creation to the present time. Illustrated with a map of the world, and a map of North America. Calculated particularly for the use and improvement of schools and academies in the United States of America.Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826.Printed at Boston, : by I. Thomas and E.T. Andrews, Faust's statue, No. 45 Newbury Street. Sold by said Thomas & Andrews, and other booksellers, in Boiton [i.e. Boston]; I. Thomas, Worcester; and Thomas, Andrews & Butler, Baltimore., -Dec. 1802.
1802MassachusettsA new gazetteer of the Eastern continent; : or, A geographical dictionary: containing, in alphabetical order, a description of all the countries, kingdoms, states, cities, towns, principal rivers, lakes, harbours, mountains, &c. &c. in Europe, Asia, Africa, and their adjacent islands. Carefully compiled from the best authorities.Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826.Charlestown: : Printed and sold by Samuel Etheridge., 1802..
1802New HampshirePoems on various subjects, religious and moralWheatley, Phillis, 1753-1784.Walpole, N.H. : printed for Thomas & Thomas, by David Newhall, 1802.
1802New YorkNegro slavery unjustifiable : a discourseM'Leod, Alexander, 1774-1833.New-York : Printed by T. & F. Swords, No. 99 Pearl-Street, 1802.
1802New YorkAn account of travels into the interior of southern Africa, in the years 1797 and 1798 : including cursory observations on the geology and geography ... the natural history ... and sketches on ... the various tribes ... surrounding the settlement of the Cape of Good Hope ... With a map ...Barrow, John, Sir, 1764-1848.New York : Printed and sold by G.F. Hopkins at Washington's head, no. 118 Pearl Street, New York, 1802.
1802PennsylvaniaAn historical account of the most celebrated voyages, travels, and discoveries, from the time of Columbus to the present period.Mavor, William Fordyce, 1758-1837.Philadelphia: : Published by Samuel F. Bradford, No. 4, South Third-Street., 1802[-1803]..
1802PennsylvaniaAn historical account of the most celebrated voyages, travels, and discoveries, from the time of Columbus to the present period.Mavor, William Fordyce, 1758-1837.Philadelphia: : Published by Samuel F. Bradford, no. 4, South Third-Street., 1802[-1803].
1802PennsylvaniaThe merry fellow's companion : being the second part of the American jest book : containing a choice selection of anecdotes, bon mots, jests, repartees, stories, &c. &c. Philadelphia : Mathew Carey, 1802 (Wilkesbarre, Penn. : Asher & Charles Miner)
1802ScotlandSketches of the history of man. : In four volumes.Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.Glasgow: : Printed by William Bell, at the Cross, for Gray, Maver, and Co. booksellers., 1802..
1802South CarolinaA view of South-Carolina, : as respects her natural and civil concerns.Drayton, John, 1766-1822.Charleston [S.C.]: : Printed by W.P. Young, no. 41, Broad-Street,, 1802..
1802United StatesThe works of Aristotle, the famous philosopher. : In four parts. Containing I. His Complete master-piece; 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..Aristotle, pseud.London [i.e., United States?]: : Printed for the booksellers., 1802..
1803District of ColumbiaReport of the committee to whom were referred, on the eighth ultimo, a letter from William Henry Harrison, : president of the convention held at Vincennes, in the Indiana territory, declaring the consent of the people of that territory to the suspension of the sixth article of compact between the United States and the said people; also, a memorial and petition of the inhabitants of the said territory. 2d March, 1803. Read, and referred to a committee of the whole House, to-morrow.United States. Congress (7th, 2nd session : 1802-1803). House.[Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1803]
1803EnglandPractical rules for the management and medical treatment of Negro slaves, in the sugar colonies.Collins, Dr.London: : Printed by J. Barfield, Wardour Street ... : for Vernor and Hood, in the Poultry., 1803.
1803EnglandTravels of four years and a half in the United States of America : during 1798, 1799, 1800, 1801, and 1802. Dedicated by permission to Thomas Jefferson, Esq. president of the United StatesDavis, John, 1774-1854.London : sold by T. Ostell, and T. Hurst; B. Dugdale, and J. Jones, Dublin; and H. Caritat, New-York; for R. Edwards, printer, Bristol, 1803.
1803EnglandLetters of the late Ignatius Sancho, an African. : To which are prefixed, memoirs of his life, by Joseph Jekyll, Esq. M.P.Sancho, Ignatius, 1729-1780.London: : Printed for William Sancho, Charles-Street, Westminster. 1803. (Wilks and Taylor, printers, Chancery-lane.), [1803]
1803EnglandLetters of the late Ignatius Sancho, an African. : To which are prefixed, memoirs of his life, by Joseph Jekyll, Esq. M.P.Sancho, Ignatius, 1729-1780.London: : Printed for William Sancho, Charles-Street, Westminster. 1803. (Wilks and Taylor, printers, Chancery-lane.), [1803]
1803EnglandThe narrative of a voyage of discovery, : performed in His Majesty's vessel the Lady Nelson, of sixty tons burthen, with sliding keels, in the years 1800, 1801, and 1802, to New South Wales.Grant, James, 1771 or 2-1833.London: : Printed by C. Roworth, Bell Yard, Fleet Street, for T. Egerton, Military Library, Whitehall., 1803..
1803EnglandThe history of the Maroons, : from their origin to the establishment of their chief tribe at Sierra Leone: : including the expedition to Cuba, for the purpose of procuring Spanish chasseurs; and the state of the island of Jamaica for the last ten years: with a succinct history of the island previous to that period. : In two volumes.Dallas, Robert Charles, 1754-1824.London: : printed by A. Stra[h]an, Printers-Street, for T.N. Longman and O. Rees, Paternoster-Row., 1803.
1803EnglandA journal of travels in Barbary, in the year 1801:Curtis, James.London: : Printed by D.N. Shury, Berwick Street; for T.N. Longmans and O. Rees, Paternoster Row., 1803.
1803EnglandAn account of the native Africans in the neighbourhood of Sierra Leone; : to which is added, an account of the present state of medicine among them.Winterbottom, Thomas Masterman, 1765-1859.London: : Printed by C. Whittingham, Dean Street; and sold by John Hatchard, 199, Piccadilly, and J. Mawman, Poultry., 1803.
1803EnglandWalks and sketches at the Cape of Good Hope; : to which is subjoined, a journey from Cape Town to Blettenberg's Bay.Semple, Robert, 1766-1816.London: : Printed by and for C. and R. Baldwin, New Bridge-Street., 1803.
1803EnglandBuonaparte in the West Indies; or, The history of Toussaint Louverture, the African hero. Part the third.Stephen, James, 1758-1832.London: : Printed for J. Hatchard, bookseller to Her Majesty, no. 190, Piccadilly; of whom may be had, the two former parts of this work, and an extensive assortment of patriotic publications. Printed by J. Brettell, Great Windmill-Street, Haymarket., 1803.
1803EnglandWalks and sketches at the Cape of Good Hope; : to which is subjoined, a journey from Cape Town to Blettenberg's Bay.Semple, Robert, 1766-1816.London: : Printed by and for C. and R. Baldwin, New Bridge-Street., 1803.
1803EnglandBuonaparte in the West Indies; or The history of Toussaint Louverture, the African hero. Part II.Stephen, James, 1758-1832.London: : Printed for J. Hatchard, 190 Piccadilly, by J. Hales, Old Boswell Court., 1803.
1803EnglandA treatise on tropical diseases : on military operations, and on the climate of the West-IndiesMoseley, Benjamin, 1742-1819.London : printed by Nichols and Son for T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1803.
1803EnglandBuonaparte in the West Indies; or, The history of Toussaint Louverture, the African hero.Stephen, James, 1758-1832.London: : Printed for J. Hatchard, bookseller to Her Majesty, no. 190, Piccadilly; of whom may be had, an extensive assortment of patriotic publications. Printed by J. Brettell, Great Windmill Street, Haymarket., 1803.
1803EnglandThe progress of maritime discovery : from the earliest period to the close of the eighteenth century : forming an extensive system of hydrographyClarke, James Stanier, 1765?-1834.London : Printed by A. Strahan, Printers Street, for T. Cadell, and W. Davies, in the Strand, 1803.
1803FranceScience de l'histoire : contenant le systême général des connoissances a acquérir avant détudier l'histoire, et la méthode a suivre quand on se livre a ce genre d'étude, developpee par tableaux synoptiquesChantreau, 1741-1808.A Paris : chez Goujon fils, imprimeur-libraire, rue Taranne, no. 737, an XI.--1803 - an 1806.
1803FranceSecond voyage à la Louisiane, faisant suite au premier de l'auteur de 1794-98. Contenant la vie militaire du général Grondel ... qui commanda long-temps à la Louisiane ... un détail sur les productions les plus avantageuses, les plus extraordinaires, de cette belle colonie, et sur ses quartiers les plus fertiles et les plus lucratifs: de nouvelles réflexions sur les colonies en général, et le régime nécessaire aux personnes des colonies pendant le première année de leur arrivéeBaudry des Lozières, Louis Narcisse, 1761-1841.Paris : Chez Charles, 1803.
1803FranceVoyage a la côte de Guinée, ou Description des côtes d'Afrique, depuis le cap Tagrin jusqu'au cap de Lopez-Gonzalves. : Contenant, des instructions relatives à la traite des noirs, d'après des mémoires authentiques, avec une carte gravée sous la direction de Brion fils, d'après un dessin fourni par l'auteur.Labarthe, P. (Pierre), 1760-1824.A Paris, : Chez Debray, libraire, place du Musée central des arts, no. 9. L'auteur, rue du Cherche-Midi, no. 791. Bossange, Masson et Besson, rue de Tournon., an XI.--1803..
1803FranceVue de la colonie Espagnole du Mississipi : ou des provinces de Louisiane et Floride Occidentale, en l'ann'ee 1802, par un observateur r'esident sur les lieux : ouvrage accompagn'e de deux cartes dress'ees avec soin, et artistement grav'ees et enlumin'eesBerquin-Duvallon.Paris : A l'Imprimerie Exp'editive, rue St.-Benoît, no. 21, 1803.
1803FranceSecond voyage de F. Le Vaillant, dans l'intérieur de l'Afrique, par le Cap de Bonne-Espérance, : pendant les années 1783, 1784 et 1785..Le Vaillant, François, 1753-1824.A Paris, : Chez Desray, libraire-éditeur des ouvrages d'Audebert et Vieillot, rue Hautefeuille, no 36. : De l'imprimerie de Crapelet., An XI.--1803..
1803New JerseyNotes on the state of Virginia. : With an appendix relative to the murder of Logan's family.Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.Trenton [N.J.]: : Printed by Wilson & Blackwell., July 12, 1803..
1803New JerseyNotes on the state of Virginia : With an appendix relative to the murder of Logan's familyJefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.Trenton : Printed by Wilson & Blackwell, July 12, 1803.
1803New JerseyNotes on the state of Virginia : With an appendix relative to the murder of Logan's familyJefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.Trenton : Printed by Wilson & Blackwell, July 12, 1803.
1803PennsylvaniaChrist must increase. : A sermon, preached before the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America; by appointment of their Standing Committee of Missions, May 23, 1803. Published at their request.Kollock, Henry.Philadelphia: : Printed by Jane Aitken, no. 20, North Third Street., 1803..
1803PennsylvaniaReflections on slavery; : with recent evidence of its inhumanity. : Occasioned by the melancholy death of Romain, a French negro.Humanitas.Philadelphia: : printed for the author, by R. Cochran, 108, Race-Street., 1803.
1803PennsylvaniaHistory of the British expedition to Egypt; : to which is subjoined, a sketch of the present state of that country and its means of defence. Illustrated with maps, and a portrait of Sir Ralph Abercromby.Wilson, Robert Thomas, Sir, 1777-1849.Philadelphia: : Published by Conrad, & co. and sold at their book stores in Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Petersburg and Norfolk. Bonsal & Niles, printers, Wilmington [Del.]., 1803.
1803PennsylvaniaMinutes of the proceedings of the eighth Convention of Delegates from the Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the United States : assembled at Philadelphia, on the tenth day of January, one thousand eight hundred and three, and continued by adjournments until the fourteenth day of the same month, inclusive.Convention of Delegates from the Abolition Societies Established in Different Parts of the United States (8th : 1803 : Philadelphia, Pa.)Philadelphia : printed by Zachariah Poulson, Junior, 1803.
1803PennsylvaniaTo the inhabitants of the borough of York and its vicinity to the distance of 10 miles. : You are hearby notified, that such of you as have negroes or people of colour, to keep them at home under strict discipline and watch ... = An die Einwohner der Stadt York, und deren Nachbarschaft, bis auf 10 Meile weit. : Es wird Euch hierdurch angezeigt, dass diejenigen von Euch, welche Negers oder farbige Leute haben, dieselben daheim unter strenger Zucht und Aussicht zu halten haben ... York, : Printed by C. Schlichting., [1803]
1803ScotlandAn inquiry into the colonial policy of the European powers : In two volumesBrougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham, Baron, 1778-1868.Edinburgh : printed by D. Willison, Craig's Close, for E. Balfour, Manners & Miller, and Archibald Constable, Edinburgh, and T.N. Longman & O. Rees, London, 1803.
1803SurinamVerzameling van alle de reglementen, instructien en ordonnantien, zoo omtrent de burger nagt-wagten als in gevalle van onverhoopte Brand aan Paramaribo.Paramaribo (Suriname)Gedrukt te Paramaribo, : ter gepriviligeerde drukkery van Van Engelen & Embricos., MDCCCIII [1803]..
1804District of ColumbiaPolitical economy: founded in justice and humanity. : In a letter to a friend.Thornton, William, 1759-1828.[Washington, D.C.] : 1804. City of Washington: Printed by Samuel Harrison Smith., [1804]
1804EnglandNotices on the slave-trade: : in reference to the present state of the British Isles..Harrison, George, 1747?-1827.London: : printed and sold by Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch-Street, : sold also by S. Hatchard, Piccadilly; J. Asperne, Cornhill; and T. Ostell, Ave-Maria-Lane., 1804..
1804EnglandAn account of the Cape of Good Hope; : containing an historical view of its original settlement by the Dutch, its capture by the British in 1795, and the different policy pursued there by the Dutch and British governments. : Also a sketch of its geography, productions, the manners and customs of the inhabitants, &c. &c. : With a view of the political and commercial advantages which might be derived from its possession by Great Britain.Percival, Robert, 1765-1826.London: : Printed for C. and R. Baldwin, of New Bridge-Street., 1804..
1804EnglandA general plan for laying out towns and townships on the new-acquired lands in the East Indies, America, or elsewhere; : in order to promote cultivation, and raise the value of all the adjoining land, at the price of giving gratis the town-lots, and, in some cases (as in new colonies), also the small out-lots, to the first settlers and their heirs, so long as they possess no other land; and on other equitable conditions. First printed in 1794.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.[London : s.n.], 1804.
1804EnglandA concise statement of the question regarding the abolition of the slave trade.Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham, Baron, 1778-1868.London: : Printed for J. Hatchard, and T.N. Longman and O. Rees, by M. and S. Brooke, Pater-Noster-Row., 1804.
1804EnglandHispaniola, a poem : with appropriate notes. To which are added, Lines on the Crucifixion; and other poetical piecesWhitchurch, Samuel.Bath : printed by W. Meyler, and sold by all the booksellers in Bath and Bristol; by G. and J. Robinson, and Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, London; and by Bell and Bradfute, Edinburgh, 1804.
1804EnglandThe opportunity; or, Reasons for an immediate alliance with St. Domingo.Stephen, James, 1758-1832.London: : Printed by C. Whittingham, Dean Street, Fetter Lane; for J. Hatchard, Piccadilly., 1804.
1804EnglandA compendious view of universal history, from the year 1753 to the Treaty of Amiens in 1802. : With notes, to verify or elucidate the passages to which they refer.Mayo, Charles, 1750-1829.Bath: : Printed by S. Hazard for G. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row; and J. Faulder, New Bond-Street, London., 1804..
1804EnglandA tour through the British West Indies, in the years 1802 and 1803, : giving a particular account of the Bahama Islands.M'Kinnen, Daniel, 1767-1830.London: : Printed for J. White, Horace's Head, Fleet Street; by R. Taylor, Black-Horse-Court., 1804..
1804EnglandThe claims of the British West India colonists to the right of obtaining necessary supplies from America ...Jordan, G. W. (Gibbes Walker), 1757-1823.London : Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1804 [G. Woodfall, printer, Paternoster-Row].
1804FranceLa vie de J.J. Dessalines : chef des noirs révoltés, de Saint-Domingue, avec des notes très-détaillées sur l'origine, le caractère, la vie et les atrocités des principaux chefs des noirs, depuis l'insurrection de 1791Dubroca, 1757-ca. 1835.A Paris : Chez Dubroca, [et] Rondonneau, 1804.
1804FranceEssai sur la topographie de L'Ile de Sainte-Lucie : pr'esent'e, conform'ement à l'article XI de la loi du 19 ventose an XI, et soutenu à l'Ecole de M'edicine de Paris, le 14 ventose an XIIPugnet, J. F. (Jean François Xavier), 1765-1846.A Paris : De L'Imprimerie de Didot Jeune, Imprimeur de l'Ecole de M'edicine, An XII. (1804.)
1804FranceVoyage a la Martinique : Vues et observations politiques sur cette isle, avec un aperçu de ses productions végétales et animalesRomanet, J. (Joseph)A Paris : chez L. Pelletier, libraire rue Saint-André-des-Arcs ... , An XII.--1804.
1804JamaicaReport from a committee of the Honourable House of Assembly appointed to enquire into the proceedings of the imperial Parliament of Great Britain and Ireland relative to the slave trade.Jamaica. Assembly[Spanish Town, Jamaica?] : Printed by Alexander Aikman, junior, printer to the Honourable the Assembly, [1804]
1804MaineSlavery inconsistent with justice and good policy : proved by a speech, delivered in the convention, held at Danville, KentuckyRice, David, 1733-1816.Printed at Augusta [Me.] : By Peter Edes, 1804.
1804MassachusettsObi; or, The history of Threefingered Jack. : In a series of letters from a resident in Jamaica to his friend in England.Earle, William.Worcester [Mass.]: : Printed by Isaiah Thomas, Jun. for B. & J. Homans: sold by them in Boston, and by Thomas & Whipple, Newburyport., 1804.
1804MassachusettsEccentric biography; or, Memoirs of remarkable female characters, ancient and modern. : Including, actresses adventurers authoresses fortunetellers gipsies dwarfs swindlers and vagrants. : Also many others who have distinguished themselves by their chastity, dissipation, intrepidity, learning, abstinence, credulity, &c. &c. : Alphabetically arranged. Forming a pleasing mirror of reflection to the female mind.. Worcester [Mass.]: : printed by Isaiah Thomas, Jun: for B. & J. Homans; sold by them and Thomas & Whipple, Newburyport., April--1804..
1804MassachusettsA defence of the legislature of Massachusetts, : or The rights of Newengland vindicated. Boston: : printed at the Repertory office., 1804.
1804MassachusettsA defence of the legislature of Massachusetts, or The rights of Newengland vindicated. Boston : Printed at the Repertory office, 1804.
1804New YorkSlavery inconsistent with justice and good policy, : proved by a speech, delivered in the convention, held at Danville, Kentucky.Rice, David, 1733-1816.New-York: : Printed by Isaac Collins and Son., 1804.
1804PennsylvaniaA preliminary essay, on the oppression of the exiled sons of Africa : Consisting of animadversions on the impolicy and barbarity of the deleterious commerce and subsequent slavery of the human species; to which is added, a desultory letter written to Napoleon Bonaparte, anno domini, 1801Branagan, Thomas, 1774-1843.Philadelphia : printed for the author, by John W. Scott, 1804.
1804PennsylvaniaA preliminary essay, on the oppression of the exiled sons of Africa : Consisting of animadversions on the impolicy and barbarity of the deleterious commerce and subsequent slavery of the human species ; to which is added, A desultory letter written to Napoleon Bonaparte, anno Domini, 1801.Branagan, Thomas, 1774-1843.Philadelphia : Printed for the author, by J.W. Scott, 1804.
1804PennsylvaniaA new and elegant general atlas : comprising all the new discoveries, to the present time; containing sixty-three mapsArrowsmith, Aaron, 1750-1823.[Philadelphia] : Published by John Conrad & Co. Philadelphia; M. & J. Conrad & Co. Baltimore; Rapin, Conrad & Co. Washington City [and two others in two more cities], 1804.
1804PennsylvaniaA new and elegant general atlas : comprising all the new discoveries, to the present time; containing sixty-five mapsArrowsmith, Aaron, 1750-1823.[Philadephia] : Published by John Conrad & Co., Philadelphia; M. & J. Conrad & Co. Baltimore; Rapin, Conrad & Co. Washington City [and two others in two more cities], 1804.
1804PennsylvaniaAddress of the American Convention for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery and Improving the Condition of the African Race : assembled at Philadelphia, in January, 1804 : to the peolpe of the United States.American Convention for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery and Improving the Condition of the African Race.Philadelphia : Printed by Solomon W. Conrad, 1804.
1804PennsylvaniaThe life, and military achievements of Tous[s]a[i]nt Lo[u]verture, : late general in chief of the armies of St. Domingo, from the year 1792, until the arrival of General Le Clerc ... with an impartial account of his political conduct ... : to which is added a melancholy and accurate description of the rapacious, tyrannical and inhumane conduct of General Le Clerc, until his death: also his successor General Rochambeau's actions, until the evacuation of that colony, and capture by the British, in the fall of 1803..Life and military achievements of Toussaint Louverture.[Philadelphia?] : Printed for the author., 1804..
1804PennsylvaniaAn essay on the slavery and commerce of the human species : particularly the African : in three parts. Translated from a Latin dissertation, which was honored with the first prize in the University of Cambridge, for the year 1785 .... With additions ...Clarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846.Philadelphia : Published by N. Wiley, South-west corner of Market and Third-streets . J.W. Scott, printer ., 1804.
1804PennsylvaniaAddress of the American Convention for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery and Improving the Condition of the African Race : assembled at Philadelphia, in January, 1804 : to the peolpe of the United States.American Convention for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery and Improving the Condition of the African Race.Philadelphia : Printed by Solomon W. Conrad, 1804.
1804PennsylvaniaModern geography. A description of the empires, kingdoms, states, and colonies; : with the oceans, seas, and isles; in all parts of the world: including the most recent discoveries, and political alterations. Digested on a new plan.Pinkerton, John, 1758-1826.[Philadelphia] : Published by John Conrad & Co. Philadelphia; M. & J. Conrad & Co. Baltimore, Rapin, Conrad & Co. Washington City; Somervell & Conrad, Petersburg; Bonsal, Conrad & Co. Norfolk; Bernard Dornin, New-York; Whiting, Bachus, & Whiting, Albany; Samuel Pleasants, Richmond; Beeres & Howe, New-Haven; Crow and Query, Charleston, S.C. H. Maxwell, printer, no. 25, North Second Street., 1804..
1804PennsylvaniaAn essay on the slavery and commerce of the human species, particularly the African: : in three parts.Clarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846.Philadelphia [Pa.]: : Published by Nathaniel Wiley, south-west corner of Market and Third-Streets. J.W. Scott, printer., 1804.
1804PennsylvaniaTo the Honorable the House of Representatives and the Senate of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in session assembled. : The petition and memorial of the subscribers, licenced inn and tavern-keepers; and others, citizens of the United States: and resident in the city and county of Philadelphia, is most respectfully presented. [Philadelphia, Pa. : s.n., 1804?]
1804SpainContinuacion de la Historia general de España del P. Juan de Mariana de la Compañia de Jesus,Miñana, José Manuel, 1671-1730.Madrid: : Por Gomez Fuentenebro y Compañia., 1804..
1804VirginiaThe history of Virginia, from its first settlement to present dayBurk, John, d. 1808.Petersburg, Virginia : Printed for the author, by Dickson & Pescud, 1804-1816.