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2610 and 2611 8 Letter from the secretary of the treasury, accompanying

a statement of the several contracts, made for the subsistence of the

army. Philadelphia, 1798. 9 Report of the secretary of the treasury, on the petition of Jonathan

Jackson, &c. Philadelphia, 1798. 10 Letter from the secretary of the treasury, exbibiting a calculation of

the quotas of the respective states, in a tax of two millions of dollars.

Philadelphia, 1798. 11 Report of the secretary of the treasury of the sums necessary for the

service of the year 1799; with a statement of the receipts and expenditures at the treasury of the United States, for one year preceding

the 1st of October 1798. Philadelphia, 1798. 12 Letter from the secretary of the treasury, accompanying a plan for

digesting into one act, and amending, various acts relative to duties on spirits distilled within the United States, and on stills. Philadel

phia, 1799. 13 Letter from the secretary of the treasury, inclosing sundry statements

respecting the mint. Philadelphia, 1799. 14 Letter from the secretary of the treasury, transmitting a statement of

goods, wares and merchandise exported from the United States dur

ing the year 1798. Philadelphia, 1799. 2612 and 2613 1 Report of the secretary at war, relative to the running of a

line of experiment from the Clinch river to Chillowee mountain.

Philadelphia, 1798. 2 Report of the secretary at war, relative to the protection of com

merce and the desence of the country. Philadelphia, 1798. 3 Report of the secretary at war, of the sums necessary for the quarter

master department. Philadelphia, 1798. 4 Letter from the secretary of the navy, relative to the vessels of war

einployed in, and prepared for, the service of the United States.

Philadelphia, 1798. 5 Report of the secretary at war, relative to the military establishment.

Philadelphia, 1798. 6 Letter from the secretary of the navy, on the naval establishment.

Philadelphia, 1799. Gift of Jonathan W. Condy. 7 Reports of sundry committees of the house of representatives of the

United States on various subjects referred to them, from December

6, 1797, to February 21, 1799. Philadelphia, 1799. 2614 and 2615 Messages from the president of the Cnited States, communi

cated to both houses of congress, from the 17th of January, 1798,

to the 28th of January, 1799. Philadelphia, 1799. 2616 and 2617 1 Reports of the committee of the house of representatives of

the United States, appointed to prepare and report articles of im

peachment against William Blount. Philadelphia, 1797. 2 Reports of the committee of privileges, relative to the motion for the

expulsion of Matthew Lyon. Philadelphia, 1798. 3 Return of the whole number of persons within the several districts of

the United States. Philadelphia, 1791. 4 Report from the commissioners of the city of Washington, exhibit

ing a view of the receipts and expenditures of all monies entrusted to

them. Philadelphia, 1797. 5 Memorial of the commissioners of the city of Washington, repre

senting the situation and circumstances of that place. Philadelphia,

1798. Gift of Jonathan W. Condy. 2616 and 2617 8 Specification of the various post-offices of the United

States, and of the compensations wbich have been allowed to the

deputy post-masters Philadelphia, 1798. 11 Remonstrance and petition of the legislature of the state of Tennessee.

Philadelphia, 1797. 12 Reports respecting the mint of the United States. Philadelphia

1797 and 1798. Gift of Jonathan W. Condy. 2618 11 Judge Addison's observations on the speech of Albert Gallatin, on the

foreign intercourse bill. Washington, 1798. Gift of the au'hor. 12 French originals of all the documents which accompanied the message

of the president of the United States, of the 18th of January, 1799.

Philadelphia, 1799. Gift of Charles Cist. 2625 · Instructions to the envoys extraordinary from the United States of A

merica to the French republic, their letters of credence and full powers, and the despatches from them relative to their mission. Phila-

delphia, 1798. 2626 and 2617 7 Bills to establish an uniform system of bankruptcy through.

Qut the United States. Philadelphia, 1798. 2633 2 Report of the committee of secrecy of the house of commons. Or

dered to be printed the 15th of March, 1799. London, 1799. 3692 1 Report of the select committee of the house of commons, on the sub

ject of a new police in the metropolis, &c. and the convict establish

ment. London, 1799. 2694 2 Penn's timely appeal to the common sense of the people of Great Bri.

lain in general, and of the inhabitants of Buckinghamshire in parti

cular, on the present situation of affairs. London, 1798. 3707 i Carnot's reply to the report made on the conspiracy of the 18th of

Fructidor, 5th year, by J. Ch. Bailleul, in the name of the select

committee. 2d edit. London, 1799. 5 Speech of the right honourable William Pitt, in the house of com

mons, January 31, 1799, on offering to the house the resolutions which he proposed as the basis of an union between Great Britain

and Ireland. 6th edit. London, 1799. 2785 2 Eden's estimate of the number of inhabitants in Great Britain and Ire.

land. London, 1800. 4 Selections from the correspondence of General Washington and James

Anderson, L. L. D. in which the causes of the present scarcity aro

fully investigated. London, 1800. 3788 | Emigration to America, candidly considered in a series of letters from

a gentleman, resident there, to his friend, in England. Lond. 1798.

2 Political essays on popular subjects. London, 1800. 280! 1 Letter from the secretary of state, inclosing the returns of registered

and impressed seamen. Philadelphia, 1799. 2 Report of the secretary of state, on the communications from the

agents employed for the relief of American seamen. Philad. 1799. 3 Report of the commissioners of the sinking sund. Philadelphia, 1799. 4. Report of the secretary of the treasury of the sums necessary to be

appropriated for the service of the year 1800. Philadelphia, 1799. 5 Report of the committee on a system of national defence. Philadel.

phia, 1800.

2801 6 Report of the committee on the letter of John Randolph, jun. to the

president of the United States. Philadelphia, 1800. 7 Report of the committee of commerce and manufactures, February

10, 1800. Philadelphia. 8 Report of the committee of claims on the petition of the corporation

of Rhode Island college. Philadelphia, 1800. 9 Report of the committee on the lands north west of the Ohio. Phila

delphia, 1800. 10 Report of the committee of ways and means on the subject of a loan

for the service of the year 1800. Philadelphia, 1800. 11 Report of the committee of claims on the petition of Stephen Sayre.

Philadelphia, 1800. 12 Report of the committee respecting the purchase of a tract of land on

the south side of Lake Superior, which shall include the Great Cop

per Bed. Philadelphia, 1800. 13 Report of the committee, respecting the cession of the Western Re

serve of Connecticut. Philadelphia, 1800. 14 Report of the secretary of state respecting the expense incurred in

each state by publishing the laws therein. Philadelphia, 1800. 15 Report of the committee on the subject of Judge Symme's purchase.

Philadelphia, 1800. 16 Report of the committee on the establishment of trading houses with

the Indian tribes. Philadelphia, 1800. 17 Report of the committee of ways and means on the subject of further

revenue. Philadelphia, 1800. 18 Report of the committee of claims on the petition of Charles Pettit.

Philadelphia, 1800. 19 Report of the committee on the subject of appropriations for the In

dian department. Philadelphia, 1800. 20 Report of the committee on the subject of the refugees from Canada

and Nova Scotia. Philadelphia, 1800. 21 Report on the petition of Cato West and others. Philadelphia, 1800. 2802 i Specch of the president of the United States, December 3, 1799.

2 Answer to the said speech, reported December 6, 1799,
3 Message from the president on the subjects of the insurrection in

Pennsylvania ; the renewal of commerce with St. Domingo and the

mission to France. Philadelphia, 1799. 4 Documents transmitted by the commissioners of the city of Washing

ton. Philadelphia, 1799. 6 Report exhibiting the expenses of the national armoury at Springfield,

Massachusetts. Philadelphia, 1800. 7 Message from the president relative to the mint of the United States.

Philadelphia, 1800. 8 Message from the president respecting a military system. Philadel.

phia, 180O. 9 Message from the president on the subject of the claims adjusted by

the commissioners under the twenty-first article of our treaty with

Spain. Philadelphia, 1800.
10 Statement of the goods, wares and merchandise, exported from the

United States, during one year prior to the first of October, 1799.
Philadelphia, 1800.

2802 11 Statements of the amount of duties and drawbacks on goods, wares,

and merchandise imported into the United States and exported therefrom during the years 1795, 1796, 1797, and 1798. Philadelphia,

1800. 12 Report of the secretary at war on the subject of a system of Dational

defence. Philadelphia, 1800. 13 Livingston's motion respecting the pirate Jonathan Robbins. Phila

delphia, 1800. 14 Report on the claim of John Brown Cutting. Philadelphia, 1799. 15 Report of the compensations of the officers of the customs, for the year

1799. Philadelphia, 1800. 16 Abstract of the cases of capture made by France. Philadelphia, 1800. 17 Report on the claims of William Milton, and others. Philadelphia,

1800, 18 Letter from governor St. Clair, on the subject of a division of the

Northwestern territory. Philadelphia, 1800. 19 Report of the secretary of the navy respecting Captain Truxton's

engagement with the French ship La Vengeance, Philadelphia, 1800. 20 Report on the claim of Benjamin Wells. Philadelphia, 1800. 21 Letter from the secretary of the treasury on the subject of the

valuation of houses and lands in the state of New York. Philadelphia,

1800. -22 Letter from B. H. Latrobe, and a report on the subject of American

copper mines. Philadelphia, 1800. 23 Report respecting the refugees from the British provinces of

Canada and Nova Scotia. Philadelphia, 1800. 2803 I L'independance absolue des Americains des Etats-Unis, prouvee par

l'etat actuel de leur commerce avec les nations Europeenes.

P. Paris, 1798. Gift of the author. 3 Reflections on the new political aspects of public affairs in the United

States since the commencement of the year 1799. New York, 1800. 3 Origin and principles of the American revolution, compared with the

origin and principles of the French revolution. Translated from

the German. Philadelphia, 1800. Gift of Thomas B. Adams. 4 Alexander Hamilton's letter concerning the public conduct and cha

racter of John Adams, president of the United States. 2d edit.

New York, 1800. $ Vindication of the conduct and character of John Adams, Esq. in re

ply to the letter of General Hamilton. New York, 1800. 2810 i George Rose's brief examination into the increase of the revenue,

commerce and manufactures of Great Britain, from 1792 to 1799.

7th edit. London, 1799. 2 Voght's account of the management of the poor in Hamburgh, since

the year 1788. London, 1796. 3 Account of the proceedings of the acting governors of the house of in

dustry in Dublin, for the years 1798 and 1799. London, 1799. 4 Burke's thoughts and details on scarcity, originally presented to Wil

liam Pitt, in Noveniber, 1795. 3d edit. London, 1800. 2852 2. Observations on the commerce of Great. Britain, with the Russian

and Ottoman empires, and on the projects of Russia against the Ottoman and British dominions. London, 1801.

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2904 3 The concordat, between Bonaparte, chief consul of the French repub

lic, and his holiness Pope Pius VII; with the speech of citizen Por, tales on presenting it to the legislative body. Translated from the

French. London, 1802. 9949 3 Wood's account of the Shrewsbury house of industry ; with hints to

those who may have similar institutions in view. 5th edit. Shrews

bury, 1800. 1990 2 Capper's statistical account of the population and cultivation, produce

and consumption of England and Wales. London, 1801. 2992 1 Day of alarm; being a view of the designs of France, against the go

vernment and people of Great Britain. London, 1803. 2 A summary account of Leibnitz's memoir, addressed to Lewis the

fourteenth, recommending to that monarch the conquest of Egypt, as conducive to establishing a supreme authority over the govern

ments of Europe. London, 1803. 3 Adolphus's reflections on the causes of the present rupture with

France. London, 1803. 2996 1 Colquhoun's treatise on the functions and duties of a constable. Lon

don, 1803. 2 Observations and facts relative to public houses. By a magistrate.

2d edit. London, 1796. 29972 Essay on the right of property in Jand, with respect to its foundation

in the law of nature, &c. London, 1781. Gist of the author. 3006 1 Narrative of the suppression, by colonel Burr, of the history of the

administration of John Adams, late president of the United States.

New York, 1802. 2 Wood's statement of the sources from which the history of the admi

nistration of John Adams was compiled, and the motives of its sup

pression by Col. Burr. 2d edit. New York, 1802. 3 View of the political conduct of Aaron Burr, Esq. vice president of

the United States. New York, 1802. 4 Antidote to John Wood's poison. New York, 1802. 5 Wood's exposition of the Clintonian faction, and of the society of the

Columbian illuminati Newark (New Jersey,) 1802. 6 Cheetham's letters on the subject of Aaron Burr's political defection.

New York, 1803. 3057 1 Aristides' examination of the various charges exhibited against Aaroa

Burr, Esq. and a development of the characters and views of his po

lical opponents. New York, 1803. 2 Cheetham's reply to Aristides. New York, 1804. This, and the

preceding pami hlit the gift of Dr. Parke. 5059 6 Ames's speech in the house of representatives of the United States,

on the twenty-eighth of April, 1796, in support of a motion to carry

into effect the British treaty. Philadelphia, 1796. 9 Wolcott's address to the people of the United States, on the subject

of the report presented to the house of representatives of the United

States, on the twenty-ninth of pril, 1802. 3118 I John Pinkerton's dissertation on the origin and progress of the Scy

thians or Goths, being an introduction to the ancient and modem history of Europe. London, 1787.-P.

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