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1500 2 Isaac Newton's new and accurate theory of the moon's motion. Lon
don, 1702.-P. 3 Dialling made easy, or tables for dialling, calculated for the latitude of
Oxford. Oxford, 1692.-P.
4 A short discourse concerning a future state. London.P. 1601 1 Sentenze e motti piacevoli, Italiana ed Inglese, or the amusing in
structor, being a collection of fine sayings, repartees, &c. Italian and
English. London, 1727.-P. 2 Paslo Rolli's Italian adverbs, particles, prepositions, and adverbial
phrases explained. 3d edit. London, 1773.-P. 1630 1 Le guerre di Napoli, di giovan giovano pontano, novamente di Latino
in lingua Italiana tradotte. Venetia, 1544.-P.
2 Petri Bembi insignia, quot quot extant opuscula. Basille.-P. 1771 1 Restretto della cose, piu notabili della citta di Firenze. 3d impression.
Firenze, 1719.-P. 2 Explication de cequi est representé dans le magnifique vitrage de
l'Eglise de St. Jean, a Gouda. Gouda.-P. 3 Catalogue des arbres à fruits, les plus excellents, les plus rares, et les
plus éstimées, qui se cultivent dans les pipinieres des reverends Peres
Chartreux de Paris. Paris, 1767.-P. 4 A compendious and descriptive memorial of whatever is curious in
Nôtre dame, or our lady's church at Paris. Paris.-P. 5 Three Italian plays, viz. Artaserse. Drama per musica. Napoli,
1768. La Tinta Charlatana, osia ilvecchio credulo. Napoli, 1768.
L'Olimpiade. Drama per musica. Napoli, 1769.-P. 6 Guida del forestiero nella chiesa di St. Antonio in Padova. Pa
dova.-P. 7 Descrizione di tutti le Pictre id ornamente della real capella dei depo
siti degli estinti Granduchi della Toscana. Firenze.-P. 1858 | Instructions to young mariners respecting the management of ships at
single anchor. By Henry Taylor. London, 1792. 2 The grave; a poem, by Robert Blair : to which is added, an elegy
written in a country church yard, by Mr. Gray. Philadelphia,
1773. 3 Letters from Yorick to Eliza. Philadelphia, 1773. 4 Lord Chesterfield's advice to his son on men and manners, &c. Wil
mington, 1789. 5 Considerations on the bank of North America. Philadelphia, 1785. 6 Address of the convention of the representatives of the state of New
York to their constituents. Philadelphia, 1777. 7 The cannibal's progress; or the dreadful horrors of French invasion
as displayed towards the innocent inhabitants of Germany. By An
thony Aufrere, Esq. Philadelphia, 1799. 8 Some account of the city of Philadelphia, of its civil and religious in
stitutions, population, trade, government, &c. By Benjamin Davies.
Philadelphia, 1794. 1859 1 A demonstration of the uninterrupted succession and holy consecra
tion of the first English bishops. 1766. 2 The judgments of whole kingdoms and nations, concerning the rights,
power and prerogative of kings, and the rights, privileges and properties of the people. By Lord Somers. Philadelphia, 1773.
3 Two academical exercises on subjects bearing the following titles;
millenium, last novelties. Published by Morgan Edwards. Phila
delphia, 1788. 4 Lectures on moral philosophy. By John Macpherson. Philad. 1791. 5. An essay upon the propagation of the gospel. By Charles Crawford.
Philadelphia, 1799. 6 A short essay; or scriptural instructions for the times. By John
Ralling. Philadelphia, 180 · 1862 i Observations on the government and laws of the United States of
America. Translated from the French of the Abbé de Mably.
London, 1784. 2 A new system of stenography or short hand. By Thomas Rees.
BOURNISSEAUX, 3756, 0. An historical sketch of the civil war in the
Vendée, from its origin to the peace concluded at La Jannaie.
of Thonan.) Paris, 1802. Charnock, 3750, 0. Biographical memoirs of Lord Viscount Nelson. By John
Charnock. New York, 1806. Carr, 3752, 0. The stranger in Ireland, or a tour in the southern and western
parts of that country in the year 1805. By John Carr. Philad. 1806. Cumberland, 3751, O. Memoirs of Richard Cumberland. Written by himself.
Philadelphia, 1806. Johnson, 3754, 0. Rural economy : containing a treatise on pise building
on buildings in general-on the culture of the vine, and on turnpike
roads. With plates. By S. W. Johnson. New Brunswick, 1806. Mangin, 1865, D. The life of Lamoignon Malesherbes. Translated from the
French. By Edward Mangin. New York, 1806. Nelson, 3551, 0. Companion for the festivals and fasts of the church of Eng
land. By Robert Nelson. 14th edit. London, 1728. Planta, 876, O. Planta's history of the Helvetic confederacy. 2 vols. Lon
don, 1800. Ricketson, 1863, D. Means of preserving health and preventing diseases. By
Shadrach Ricketson, m. D. New York, 1806. Gift of the author. Thiebault, 3749, 0. Original anecdotes of Frederick the Great, king of Prussia.
Translated from the French of Dieudonni Thiebault. 2 vols. Phj.
ladelphia, 1806. Williams, 1052, D. Letters from France. By Helen Maria Williams. 2d,
3d and 4th vols.
nationale ou le moniteur universal. 15 vols.
1012 The port folio. 5th vol.
3753 Sketches of trials in Ireland for high treason, &c. including the speeches
of Mr. Curran at length, &c. Baltimore, 1805.
ETTRE addressé aux habitans oprimes de la province de Que.
nalis, tenee à Philadelphie. 1 Reflections on the commerce of the Mediterranean. By John Jack.
son, Esq. New York, 1806. ? An inquiry into the effects of the foreign carrying trade, by Columella.
New York, 1806. 3 An inquiry into the present state of the foreign relations of the union,
as affected by the late measures of the administration. Philad. 1806.
DU O DECIMO.
1864 1 The life and campaigns of Victor Moreau. Translated from the
French. By John Davis. New York, 1806. 2 Travels in Louisiana and the Floridas in the year 1802. Translated
from the French, with notes, by John Davis. New York, 1806.