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Worcester's inventions. London, 1663.
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third, to the death of Louis the fourteenth; preceded by a view of
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the lives of his apostles and other eminent primitive Christians ; with plates. By Paul Wright, Esq. London.
Wright, 9, Q. An introduction to the antiquities of Ireland, representing the
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John Wright. Edinburgh, 1772. 2406, and 2543, 0. A voyage to St. Domingo, in the years 1788,
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XENOPHON, 198, p. Xenophontis imperatoris et philosophi omnia quæ
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agriculture, commerce and manufactures, in the different nations of Europe, for the year 1802. By Henry Redhead Yorke. 2 vols. London, 1803.
Young, 1260, and 1614, 0. The spirit of Athens; being a political and philo
sophical investigation of the history of that republic. By William
Young, Esq. London, 1777. 2362, 0. An inquiry into the principal phænomena of sounds and mu
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2 vols. London, 1770. 640, p. Travels during the years 1787, 1788 and 1789 ; undertaken to
ascertain the cultivation, wealth, resources, and national prosperity of the kingdom of France; with maps. By Arthur Young. Bury St.
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dom; made in the years 1776, 1777, 1778, and 1779. By Arthur
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and Wales; describing the present state of agriculture, manufactures,
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Collected and published by Arthur Young. 35 vols. London. 2327, 0. Example of France, a warning to Great Britain. By Arthur
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By Arthur Young. 6 vols. London, 1784-P. 3691, 0. A view of the agriculture of the county of Lincoln ; with plates.
By Arthur Young London, 1799. 781, 0. The poetical works of the reverend Edward Young. 2 vols.
London, 1741. 284, D. The complaint ; or night-thoughts on life, death and immor
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Edward Young. London, 1755. 288, D. Centaur not fabulous; in six letters to a friend on the life in
vogue. By Edward Young. 3d edit. London, 1755. 607, 0. A treatise on opium, founded upon practical observations. By
Doctor George Young. London, 1753. 1959, O. D'Anville's compendium of ancient geography; with plates.
Translated from the French, by John Young London, 1791. Gift
of Mrs. Furguson. 3030, O. Analysis of the principles of natural philosophy; with plates.
By Mathew Young. London, 1803. 2846, O. Syllabus of a course of lectures on natural and experimental
philosophy. By Thomas Young. London, 1802. 1359, D. An essay on humanity to animals. By Thomas Young. Lon
EISBERGER, 817, D.
An essay of a Delaware-Indian and Englislı spelling-book. By David Zeisberger. Philadelphia, 1776. Zenger, 230, F. The trial of John Peter Zenger, printer of the New York
Weekly journal. . Gift of Henry Pratt. Zimmermann, 1944, O. Solitude considered with respect to its influence upon
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85, D. Zimmermann on solitude ; with notes and a copious index. 2 vols. London, 1799.
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By Thomas Zouch, Wakefield. Zschokke, 3028, 0. The history of the invasion of Switzerland by the French,
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