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2142 i The life of Lord George Gordon ; with a philosophical review of his pc

litical conduct. By Robert Watson. London, 1795. 2 The life of J. P. Brissot, deputy to the national convention. Written

by himself. Translated from the French. 2d edit. Lond. 1794. 3 John Baptist Louvet's narrative of the dangers to which he has been

exposed since the 31st of May, 1793 ; with historical memorandums.

London, 1795. 4 Montefiore's account of the late expedition to Bulam, on the coast of

Africa ; with a description of the present settlement of Sierra Le

one, and the adjacent country. London, 1794. 2144 3 Official documents and interesting particulars of the victory obtained

over the French Aeet, on the 1st of June, 1794, by the British fleet

under the command of Earl Howe. 3d edit. London. 2145 4. Francis D'Ivernois' account of the late revolution in Geneva; and of

the conduct of France towards that republic, from October 1792, to

October 1794. 2d edit. London, 1795. 2162 i Sir Henry Clinton's narrative relative to his conduct during part of his

command of the King's troops in North America ; with an appendix, containing copies and extracts of his correspondence. 7th edit.

London, 1785, 2 Cornwallis's answer to that part of Sir Henry Clinton's narrative

which relates to the conduct of Earl Cornwallis, during the campaign in North America in the year 1781; with the correspondence

between Sir Henry Clinton and Earl Cornwallis. London, 1783. 3 Clinton's observations on some parts of the answer of Earl Cornwallis

to Sir Henry Clinton's narrative ; with an appendix. containing extracts of letters and other papers, to which reference is necessary.

London. 7232 4 Narrative of M. de Chaumereix, who escaped from the massacres of

Aurai and Vanncs, after the expedition of Quiberon ; with observa

tions on the public opinion in Brittany. London, 1795. 5, and 2707 3 An account of the life of Sieyes, member of the first

national assembly, and of the convention. Translated from the

French. London, 1795. 2234 | Hodges's historical account of Ludlow castle; with an appendix.

Ludlow, 1794. 2263 1 Brackenridge's incidents of the insurrection in the western parts of

Pennsylvania, in the year 1794. Philadelphia, 1795. 2 Findley's history of the insurrection in the four western counties of

Pennsylvania, in the year 1794 ; with a recital of the circumstances connected therewith, and a review of the previous situation of the

country. Philadelphia, 1796. 3265 3 William Dunlap's archers, or mountaineers of Switzerland; with a

brief historical account of Switzerland, from the dissolution of the Roman empire to the establishment of the Helvetic confederacy. New

York, 1796. 2342 3 D'Ivernois's account of the late revolution in Geneva; and of the con

duct of France towards that republic, from October 1792, to October

1794. Translated from the French. 2d edit. London, 1795. 4 View of the relative state of Great Britain and France, at the com

mencement of the year 1796. 3d edit. London, 1796. 2343 i Charlotte Smith's narrative of the loss of the Catharine, Venus and

Piedmont transports, and the Thomas, Golden Grove and Acolus

merchant ships, near Weymouth, on the 18th of November, 1795,

London, 1796. 2382 3 Despaze’s review of the proceedings and principles of the executive

directory of France; with the lives of the present members, Letourneur, J. Rewbell, Revelliere Lepaux, Barras, and Carnot. Translat

ed from the French, by JohnStoddart. London, 1797. 2383 1 Melmoth's memoirs of a late eminent advocate, and member of the

society of Lincoln's-inn. London, 1796. 2384 1 Brand's historical essay on the principles of political associations in a

state ; chiefly deduced from the French, English and Jewish histories; with an application of those principles in a comparative view of the associations of the year 1792, and that recently instituted by

the whig club. London, 1796. 2795 5 and 2497 4 Rush's eulogium, intended to perpetuate the memory

of David Rittenhouse, late president of the Philosophical society.

Philadelphia, 1796. Gift of the said society. 2499 3. The life and adventures of Peter Porcupine, with a full and fair ac

count of all his authoring transactions. Written by himself. Phila

delphia, 1796. 2502 4 Proceedings of the executive of the United States, respecting the in

surgents, 1794. Philadelphia, 1795. Gift of Camuel A. Otis. 2517 3 Stout's narrative of the loss of the ship Hercules, on the coast of Caf

fraria, the sixteenth of June, 1796 ; with a detail of his travels through the southern deserts of Africa, and the colonies of the cape of Good Hope ; and an introductory address to John Adams, presi.

clent of the United States. London, 1798. 2593 | Beilby Porteus's review of the life and character of Dr. Thomas

Secker, late lord archbishop of Canterbury. 5th edit. Lond. 1797. 2596 3 John Gale Jones's oration, delivered on Tuesday, the twenty-ninth of

November, 1796, at the great room Brewer-street, London, on the resignation of General Washington, including a short review of his

life, character and conduct. London, 1796. 2597 2 Mackay's narrative of the shipwreck of the Juno, on the coast of Arae

can; with notes. 4th edit. London, 1798. 2598 2 A rapid view of the overthrow of Switzerland. By an eye-witness,

Translated from the French. London, 1798. 4 Narrative of the sufferings and escape of Charles Jackson, late resident

at Wexford, in Ireland, including an account of several barbarous atrocities committed in June 1798, by the Irish rebels in that town.

By an eye-witness. London, 1798. 2614 and 2615 Messages from the president of the United States, communi.

cated to both houses of Congress, from the seventeenth of January,

1798, to the twenty-eighth of January, 1799. Philadelphia, 1799. 2616 8 and 2617 8 Specification of the various post-offices of the United

States, and of the compensations which have been allowed to the de

puty post-masters. Philadelphia, 1798. 2633 i Copies of original letters, from the army of General Bonaparte in

Egypt, intercepted by the facet under the command of Admiral Lord

Nelson. Part the ad. With an English translation. Lond. 1799. 2636 9 and 2637 9 Bills, with explanatory remarks, relative to the post

office, and post roads, within the United States. Philadelphia, 1799. Gift of Jonathan W. Condy.

1 The life of Lord George Gordon ; with a philosophical review of his po

litical conduct. By Robert Watson. London, 1795. 2 The life of J. P. Brissot, deputy to the national convention. Written

by himself. Translated from the French. 2d edit. Lond. 1794. 3 John Baptist Louvet's narrative of the dangers to which he has been

exposed since the 31st of May, 1793 ; with historical memorandums.

London, 1795. 4 Montefiore's account of the late expedition to Bulam, on the coast of

Africa ; with a description of the present settlement of Sierra Le.

one, and the adjacent country. London, 1794. 2144 3 Official documents and interesting particulars of the victory obtained

over the French Aeet, on the 1st of June, 1794, by the British feet

under the command of Earl Howe. 3d edit. London. 2145 4 Francis D’Ivernois' account of the late revolution in Geneva; and of

the conduct of France towards that republic, from October 1792, to

October 1794. 2d edit. London, 1795. 2162 1 Sir Henry Clinton's narrative relative to his conduct during part of his

command of the King's troops in North America ; with an appendix, containing copies and extracts of his correspondence. 7th edit.

London, 1785, 2 Cornwallis's answer to that part of Sir Henry Clinton's narrative

which relates to the conduct of Earl Cornwallis, during the campaign in North America in the year 1781; with the correspondence

between Sir Henry Clinton and Earl Cornwallis. London, 1783. 3 Clinton's observations on some parts of the answer of Earl Cornwallis

to Sir Henry Clinton's narrative ; with an appendix, containing extracts of letters and other papers, to which reference is necessary.

London. 2232 4 Narrative of M. de Chaumereix, who escaped from the massacres of

Aurai and Vannes, after the expedition of Quiberon ; with observa

tions on the public opinion in Brittany. London, 1795. 5, and 2707 3 An account of the life of Sieyes, member of the first

national assembly, and of the convention. Translated from the

French. London, 1795. 2234 i Hodges's historical account of Ludlow castle; with an appendis.

Ludlow, 1794. 2263 1 Brackenridge's incidents of the insurrection in the western parts of

Pennsylvania, in the year 1794. Philadelphia, 1795. 2 Findley's history of the insurrection in the four western counties of

Pennsylvania, in the year 1794 ; with a recital of the circumstances connected therewith, and a review of the previous situation of the

country. Philadelphia, 1796. 2265 3 William Dunlap's archers, or mountaineers of Switzerland ; with a

brief historical account of Switzerland, from the dissolution of the Roman empire to the establishment of the Helvetic confederacy. New

York, 1796. 2342 3 D'Ivernois's account of the late revolution in Geneva ; and of the con

duct of France towards that republic, from October 1792, to October

1794. Translated from the French. 2d edit. London, 1795. 4 View of the relative state of Great Britain and France, at the com

mencement of the year 1796. 3d edit. London, 1796. 2343 i Charlotte Smith's narrative of the loss of the Catharine, Venus and

Piedmont transports, and the Thomas, Golden Grove and Acolus

merchant ships, near Weymouth, on the 18th of November, 1795,

London, 1796. 3 Despaze's review of the proceedings and principles of the executive

directory of France; with the lives of the present members, Letour. neur, J. Rewbell, Revelliere Lepaux, Barras, and Carnot. Translat

ed from the French, by John Stoddart. London, 1797. 2383 1 Melmoth's memoirs of a late eminent advocate, and member of the

society of Lincoln’s-inn. London, 1796. 2384 1 Brand's historical essay on the principles of political associations in a

state; chiefly deduced from the French, English and Jewish histories; with an application of those principles in a comparative view of the associations of the year 1792, and that recently instituted by

the whig club. London, 1796. 2495 5 and 2497 4 Rush's eulogium, intended to perpetuate the memory

of David Rittenhouse, late president of the Philosophical society.

Philadelphia, 1796. Gif of the said society. 2499 3 The life and adventures of Peter Porcupine, with a full and fair ac

count of all his authoring transactions. Written by himself. Phila

delphia, 1796. 2502 Proceedings of the executive of the United States, respecting the in

surgents, 1794. Philadelphia, 1795. Gift of Camuel A. Otis. 2517 3 Stout's narrative of the loss of the ship Hercules, on the coast of Caf

fraria, the sixteenth of June, 1796; with a detail of his travels through the southern deserts of Africa, and the colonies of the cape of Good Hope ; and an introductory address to John Adams, presi

dent of the United States. London, 1798. 2593 1 Beilby Porteus's review of the life and character of Dr. Thomas

Secker, late lord archbishop of Canterbury. 5th edit. Lond. 1797. 2596 3 John Gale Jones's oration, delivered on Tuesday, the twenty-ninth of

November, 1796, at the great room Brewer-street, London, on the resignation of General Washington, including a short review of his

life, character and conduct. London, 1796. 2597 2 Mackay's narrative of the shipwreck of the Juno, on the coast of Arae

can; with notes. 4th edit. London, 1798. ... 2598 3 A rapid view of the overthrow of Switzerland. By an eye-witness,

Translated from the French. London, 1798. 4 Narrative of the sufferings and escape of Charles Jackson, late resident

at Wexford, in Ireland, including an account of several barbarous atrocities committed in June 1798, by the Irish rebels in that town.

By an eye-witness. London, 1798. 2614 and 2615 Messages from the president of the United States, communi.

cated to both houses of Congress, from the seventeenth of January,

1798, to the twenty-eighth of January, 1799. Philadelphia, 1799. 2616 8 and 2617 8 Specification of the various post-offices of the United

States, and of the compensations which have been allowed to the de

puty post-masters. Philadelphia, 1798. 2633 i Copies of original letters, from the army of General Bonaparte in

Egypt, intercepted by the facet under the command of Admiral Lord

Nelson. Part the ad. With an English translation. Lond. 1799. 2636 9 and 2637 9 Bills, with explanatory remarks, relative to the post

office, and post roads, within the United States. Philadelphia, 1799. Gift of Jonathan W. Condy.

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