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,2371 1 Message of the president of the United States to congress, relative to

Great Britain and France ; delivered December 5, 1793, with the papers therein referred to. Philadelphia, 1793. Gift of Josiah

Hewes. 2 Messages of the president of the United States to congress relative to

France and Great Britain, delivered the fifteenth and twenty-second of January, 1794 ; with the papers therein referred 10. Philadel.

phia. 1794. Gift of Josiah Pewes. 3 Report of the secretary of state, on the privileges and restrictions on

the commerce of the United States, in foreign countries. Philas

delphia, 1793. Gift of Josiah Hewes. 5 Finley's account of the proceedings in the house of representatives of

the United States, respecting the contested election for the eastern

district of Georgia. Philadelphia, 1792. Gift of the editor. 327? 3 Paine's letter to the Abbé Raynal, on the affairs of North America.

Philadelphia, 1782. Gift of Josiah Hewes. 4 Paine's dissertations on government, the affairs of the bank, and pa

per money. Philadelphia, 1786. Gift of Josiah Hewes. 5 Address to the inhabitants of Pennsylvania by those freemen of Phi

ladelphia, who are now confined in the masons' lodgc, by virtue of a general warrant, signed in the executive council of Pennsylvania,

by the vice president. Philadelphia, 1777. Gift of Josiah Hewes. 6 Constitution of Pennsylvania ; with the report of the committee of the

council of censor's thereon. Philadelphia, 1784. Gift of Josiah

Hewes. 7 John Morgan's vindication of his public character in the station of di

rector general of the military hospitals, &c. Boston, 1777. Gift of

Josiah Hewes. 8 Paine's public good; or an examination into the claim of Virginia to

the vacant western territory, and the right of the United States to the

same. Philadelphia, 1780. Gift of Josiah Hewes. 9 Porter's oration to commemorate the independence of the United

States of North America, delivered July 4, 1791. Philad. 1791. 2273 1 Address to all reasonable Americans, on the subject of our political

confusions. New York, 1774. Gift of Josiah Hewes. 2 Address to Dr. Alison, &c. being a vindication of the people called

quakers. Philadelphia, 1765. Gift of Josiah Hewes. 3 Causes of the present distraction in America explained. 1774. Gif

of Josiah Hewes. 4 Answer to “ An address to all reasonable Americans, &c." New York,

1774. Gift of Josiah Hewes. 5 Thoughts on the proceedings of congress in 1774. New York, 1774.

Gift of Josiah Hewes. 6 Vindication of the measures of congress. New York, 1774. Gift of

Josiah Hewes. 7 Granville Sharp's declaration of the people's natural right to a share

in the legislature. Philadelphia, 1774. Gift of Josiah Hewes. 8 Poor man's advice to his poor neighbours. New York, 1774. Gif

of Josiah Hewes. 9 Congress canvassed; or an examination into the conduct of the dele.

gates. New York, 1774. Gift of Josiah Hewer.

2273 10 and 2274 5 The true interest of America impartially stated; or

strictures on a pamphlet, entitled, “ Common sense.” Philadelphia,

1776. Gift of Josiah Hewes. 12 Considerations on the mode and terms of a treaty of peace with Ame

rica. 17,79. 3274 1 Farmer refuted; or a view of the dispute between Great Britain and

the Colonies. New York, 1775. Gifi of Josiah Hewes. 2 Examination of the mutual claims of Great Britain, and the colonies;

with a plan of accommodation. New York, 1775. Gift of Josiah

Hewes. 3 Americans roused; or a dialogue on the affairs of America. New

York, 1774. Gift of Josiah Hewes. Price's observations on the nature of civil liberty, the principles of government, and the justice and policy of the war with America ; with a statement of the national debt. Philadelphia, 1776. Giff Josiah Hewes. Paine's American crisis, numbers 2 and 3. Philadelphia, 1777.

Gift of Josiah Hewes. 8 Letter from the congress of the United States to their constituents,

Philadelphia, 1779. Gift of Josiah Herves. 13 Considerations on the mode and terms of a treaty of peace with Ame

rica. Philadelphia, 1779. Gift of Josiah Howes. 2275 | Aux ames pieuses de France, sur les operations de l'assemblée nati.

onale. Par Toussaints Easton. A Beziers, 1790. Gift of the

author. 3 Des prisons de Philadelphie. Par un Européen. Philadelphie,

1796. Gift of Moreau de Saint Mery. 2342 5 Rowland Hunt's prosperity of Great Britain, compared with the state

of France, her conquests and allies. Shrewsbury, 1796. 2343 3 Thomas Beddoes's essay on the public merits of Mr. Pitt. Lon.

don, 1796. 4 Vansittart's inquiry into the state of the finances of Great Britain, in

answer to Mr. Morgan's facts. London, 1796. 2344 1 Burke's letter to a noble lord, on the attacks made upon him in the

house of Lords by the the duke of Bedford, and the Earl of Lauder

dale. London, 1796. 2 A statement of the case relating to the intended establishment of the

Prince of Wales. London, 1795. 3 Two words of counsel, and one of comfort, addressed to the Prince of

Wales. London, 1795. 4 Remarks upon the conduct of the persons possessed of the powers of

government in France, and upon the official note of M. Barthelemi,

dated at Basle, March 26th 1796. London, 1796. 5 Paine's decline and fall of the English system of finance. 141h edit.

London, 1796. 6 Broome's observations on Paine's pamphlet, entitled, “ The decline

and fall of the English system of finance.” London, 1796. 2346 | Vancouver's inquiry into the causes and production of poverty, and the

state of the poor; with the proposed means for their effectuat relief.

London, 1796, 2 and 2495 4 Dr. Lettsom's hints respecting the distresses of the poor.

2d edit. London, 1796. One copy the gift of Thomas Parke.

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3346 3 Charles Wilson's strictures on the conduct of George Markham, vi

car of Carlton in Yorkshire ; occasioned by his prosecution of several members of the people called quakers, for their non-payment of

tithes. London, 1796. 2881 i Burke's two letters addressed to a member of the present parliament,

on the proposals for peace with the regicide directory of France.

London, 1796. 3 and 2506 6 Burke's letter to the duke of Portland, on the conduct

of the minority in parliament; containing fifty-four articles of

impeachment against C. J. Fox. London, 1797. 3 Erskine's view of the causes and consequences of the present war

with France. Sd edit. London, 1797. 4 Harley's essay upon public credit ; being an inquiry how the public

credit comes to depend upon the change of the ministry, or the dissolutions of parliaments; and whether it does so or not? 2d edit.

London, 1797. 2382 1 Plain thoughts of a plain man, addressed to the common sense of the

people of Great Britain ; with a few words, en passant, to the uncom

mon sense of Mr. Erskine. London, 1797. 2383 2 Morgan's facts, addressed to the serious attention of the people of

Great Britain, respecting the expense of the war, and the state of the

national debt. 3d edit. London, 1796. 3 Tatham's letters to William Pitt, on the national debt. Lond. 1795. 4 Fairman's examination of the stocks; or a guide to purchasers in the

public funds. 2d edit. London, 1796. 5 Young's account of the Black Charaibs in the island of St. Vincents;

with the Charaib treaty of 1773 and other documents. Lond. 1795. 2384 2 Wraxall's correspondence between a traveller and a minister of state,

in October and November 1792 ; with remarks upon the origin and the final object of the present war, as well as upon the political posiLion of Europe in October 1796. Translated from the French. Lon

don, 1796. 3 Kant's project of a perpetual peace. A philosophical essay. Trans

lated from the German. London, 1796. 4 Turgot's reflections on the formation and distribution of wealth.

Translated from the French. London, 1795. 2395 7 Examination into the leading principles of the federal constitution ;

with answers to the principal objections that have been raised against

the system. Philadelphia, 1787. 3493 5 Hawes's report to the royal humane society, for the year 1796. Lon.

don, 1796. Gift of Thomas Parke. 2496 1 Scipio's reflections on Monro's view of the conduct of the executive.

of the United States. Philadelphia, 1798.. 2 Message from the president of the United States, accompanying the

instructions to, and the despatches from, the envoys extraordinary to

the French republic. Dated the 3d of April, 1798. Philadelphia. 3 Message from the president of the United States, accompanying the

communications from the envoys extraordinary to the French repub

lic. Dated May 4, 1798. Philadelphia. 2498 į Gallatin's sketch of the finances of the United States. New York,

1796. 2 Luther Martin's information relative to the proceedings of the gener ra convention, which framed the present constitution of the United

States. Philadelphia, 1788. Gifi of Edward J. Cole. 2498 3 Mackenzie's answer to Paine's rights of man ; with a letter from Pe

ter Porcupine to John Swanwick Philadelphia, 1796. 5 Political massacre ; or observations on the writings of the present

scribblers. Philadelphia, 1796. 2499

I Porcupine's political censor; or monthly review of the most interest

ing political occurrences, relative to the Cnited States of America. For March, April, May and September, 1796, and March, 1797.

Philadelphia, 1796, &c. 3 Porcupine's remarks on an infamous letter threatening violence to his

person, &c. Philadelphia, 1796. 2502 2 Accounts of the treasurer of the United States, of the payments and

receipts of public monies, for the year 1796. Philadelphia, 1797.

Gif: of Samuel A. Otis. 3 Documents referred to in the president's speech to both houses of the

fifth congress, on the 16th of May, 1797. Philadelphia, 1797. Gift

of Samuel A. Otis. 6 Reports made to the senate and house of representatives of the United

States, on petitions for the settlement of claims, &c. Philadelphia,

1797. 2506 1 Robert G. Harper's observations on the dispute between the United

States and France. 3d American edit. Philadelphia, 1798. 2 Hamilton's observations on certain documents contained in No. 5 and

6 of " The history of the United States for the year 1796." Phila

delphia, 1797. 3 The pretensions of Thomas Jefferson to the presidency, examined;

and the charges against John Adams refuted. In two parts. Phila

delphia, 1796. 4 Burke's letter to a noble lord, on the attacks made upon him in the

house of lords, by the Duke of Bedford and the Earl of Lauderdale ;

with a preface, by Peter Porcupine. Philadelphia, 1797. 5 View of the causes and consequences of the present war with France.

By P. Forcupine. 6 Erskinc's view of the causes and consequences of the present war

with l'rance, in answer to Mr. Burke's regicide peace; with a dedi

cation, by Peter l'orcupine; and an appendix. Philadelphia, 1797. 2507 2 Speech of the president of the United States, to both houses of con

gress, on the 16th of May, 1797 ; also the documents referred to

therein. Philadelphia, 1797. Gift of John Holt Oswald. 3 Message from the president of the United States, to both houses of

congress, relative to the proceedings of the commissioner for running the boundary line between the United States and East and West

Florida. Philadelphia, 1797. Gift of John I'olt Cswald. 4 Reports made to the senate and house of representatives, from the

heads of the departments, respecting the finances, the army and the navy, and the depredations committed on the commerce of the

United States. Philadelphia, 1797. Gift of John Holt Oswald. 5 and 2511 i French original letters, from Joseph Fauchet and P. A.

Adet, to the executive of the United States. Philadelphia, 1794.

Gift of Charles Cist. 2511 2 Scipio's reflections on Monroe's view of the conduct of the executive

of the United States. Philadelphia, 1798.

year 1798.

2511 3 What is our situation ? and what our prospects? A few pages for

Americans. By an American, Philadelphia, 1798. 4 Message of the president of the United States to both houses of con

gress, April 3, 1798, inclosing the despatches from our envoys to the

French republic. Philadelphia, 1798. 5 Message of the president of the United States to both houses of con

gress, May 4, 798, inclosing the communication from our envoys

to the French minister of foreign affairs. Philadelphia, 1798. 2515 1 Considerations upon the state of public affairs, at the beginning of

the year 1798. In two parts. 2d edit. London, 1798. 2594 1 Report of the committee of the house of commons, in consequence of

the several motions relative to the treatment of prisoners of war.

London, 1798. 3 Calonne's letter to the author of the considerations upon the state of

public affairs at the commencement of the year 1798. Translated

from the French. London, 1798. 2595 1 William Morton Pitt's address to the landed interest, on the deficiency

of habitations and fuel for the use of the poor ; with plates. London,

1797. 3 Proposal for supplying London with bread, at an uniform price, from

one year to another, according to an annual assize. London, 1798. 2597 i Considerations on the state of public affairs in the

Part the third—The domestic state and general policy of Great Britain.

London, 1798. 2598 1 Dumouriez's speculative sketch of Europe. Translated from the

French; with strictures upon the chapter relative to Great Britain.

London, 1798. 2608 I and 2609 | Accounts of the treasurer of the United States, of pay

ments and receipts of public monies for the years 1797 and 1798.

Gift of Jonathan IV. Condy. 2 and 2609 2 Reports of committee of claims of the house of repre

sentatives of the United States, on the petitions of sundry persons, from the 5th of December, 1797, to the 21st of February, 1799. Phi

ladelphia 2610 and 2611 1 Report of the secretary of the treasury on the memorial of

sundry merchants of Philadelphia, respecting the erection of piers in

the river Delaware. Philadelphia, 1798. 2 Reports of the commissioners of the sinking fund, inclosing a report

of the secretary of the treasury, on the subject of purchasing the

public debt. Philadelphia, 1797 and 1798. 3 Letter from the secretary of the treasury accompanied with his re

port of the estimates of the sums necessary for the service of the year

1798. Philadelphia, 1797. 4 Report of the secretary of the treasury on the claim of General Kosci

usko. Philadelphia, 1797. 5 Report of the secretary of the treasury on the acts of limitation. Phi.

ladelphia, 1798. 6 Report of the secretary of the treasury on the act regulating foreign

coins. Philadelphia, 1798. 7 Letter from the secretary of the treasury, accompanying a plan for

regulating the collection of duties on imports and tonnage. Philadelphia, 1798.

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