Early American Imprints, Series II: Supplement from The Library Company of Philadelphia, 1801-1809

Title List

Imprint Title Place of Publication & Date Physical Description
December den 5ten, Anno 1775, Hat sich Johannes Bär mit Maria Bruchbacher in den Ehestand begeben. [Lancaster, Pa. :s.n., after 1802] 2 sheets ([2] pages) ;33 cm (folio)
Catalogus praesidum, senatus academici, professorum, tutorum, et omnium qui in Universitate Dartmuthensi, Leuphanae, in Neo Hantonia, :alicujus gradus laurea exornati fuerunt.. Leuphanae [i.e. Hanover, N.H.]: :--Typis Caroli Spear., MDCCCXIII. [1813] 28 p. ;23 cm
Order of exercises for senior exhibition at Dartmouth University, Nov. 27, 1816. [Hanover, N.H.] :D. Watson, Jun., printer, Hanover., [1816] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;22 x 19 cm.
(Circular.) Princeton, Sir, the trustees of the College of New-Jersey having found very considerable evils to arise from indefinite credits, or excessive sums of money allowed ... [Princeton, N.J.? :s.n., between 1801 and 1812] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;33 x 20 cm.
Grand bobalition of slavery. :Grand and most helligunt selebrashum of the bobalition of slabery in de Nited Tate ob Neu Englunt, and commonwet of Bosson in de country of Massa-chuse-it. [Boston, Mass. :s.n., 1819?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;48 x 28 cm.
Books published by Benjamin, Jacob, & Robert Johnson, and sold at their respective bookstores, Philadelphia. [Philadelphia :s.n., 1804?] 4 p. ;18 cm (8vo)
Confirmations- oder Einsegnungs-Lied. [New Market, Va.? :Solomon Henkel?, 1816 or 1817?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;33 x 13 cm.
Der Bauern-Stand. [Reading, Pa.? :C.A. Bruckman?, ca. 1815] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;30 x 18 cm.
Trost-lied, einem Nachfolger Jesu. :In eigener Melodi. [Ephrata, Pa.? :Joseph Bauman?, ca. 1815] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;20 x 12 cm.
The farmer's boy :a rural poem by Robert Bloomfield. Philadelphia :Printed from the London third edition by J. Humphreys, 1801. 140, [3] p. ;17 cm. (16mo)
Croswell's diary: or, the Catskill almanack, for the year of our Lord 1802 :... Calculated for latitude 42 degrees north, and for a meridian 3 degrees east of the city of Washington, ... By Andrew Beers, philom. Catskill [N.Y.] :Printed and sold by M. Croswell, [1801] [36] p. :ill. ;16 cm. (12mo)
Expository notes, with practical observations, on the New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ :Wherein the sacred text is at large recited, the sense explained, and the instructive example of the blessed Jesus, and his holy apostles, to our imitation recommended. The whole designed to encourage the reading of the Scriptures in private families, and to render the daily perusal of them profitable and delightful. By William Burkitt, M.A. late Vicar and lecturer of Dedham, in Essex. [Philadelphia] :Published by J. Conrad and Co., Philadelphia;M. and J. Conrad, Baltimore,and Rapin, Conrad, & Co.,Washington City, [between 1800 and 1804] [4], 14, 631, [1] p. (last blank), [1] leaf of plates (frontis.) :ill. ;43 cm. (folio)
The American ladies' pocket-book :or, an useful register of business and amusement, and a complete repository of fashion, literature, the drama, painting, and music, for the year 1802. Embellished with thirteen beautiful engravings. (To be continued annually.) Philadelphia :Published by John Morgan. H. Maxwell, printer, [1801]. 54, 36 p., [14] leaves of plates :music ;12 cm. (24mo)
Das Fürsten Lied. [Ephrata, Pa.? :John Baumann?, ca. 1805?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;26 x 23 cm.
Ein neues Trauer-Lied. :Wie man vernommen, von einem Menschen, der nach dem Tode ist wieder kommen. Diese Begebenheit hat sich vor nicht langer Zeit zehn Meilen von Carlisle zugetragen; die Namen der Personen sind verschwiegenp um die noch lebende Familie zu schonen. Melodie: Ihr Sünder kommts gegangen. [New Market, Va.? :Ambrose Henkel?, ca. 1810?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;44 x 28 cm.
The Pennsylvania Society for promoting the Abolition of Slavery, &c. meet this evening, at Friends' Meeting House in Fourth Street, at [1/2 past 6] o'clock. [Philadelphia] :S.W. Conrad----printer., [1806] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;6 x 14 cm.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eight. :An act for limiting and restricting the powers and duties of the overseers of the poor, in the several towns in this commonwealth, and for repealing part of an act, entitled, "An act providing for the relief and support, employment and removal of the poor, and for repealing all former laws, made for those purposes." [Boston] :B. Parks, printer., [1808] 1 sheet (2 p.) ;22 x 11 cm.
The panorama of youth. :In two volumes. Philadelphia: :Published by Mathew Carey, No. 121, Chesnut Street, and Wells and Lilly, Boston., 1816. 151, [1] p. ;18 cm.
Statement of deaths, :with the diseases and ages, in the city and liberties of Philadelphia, from the 1st of January 1808, to the 1st of January 1809. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;41 x 25 cm
A view of the physical, moral, and immoral effects of certain liquors upon the body and mind of man, and upon his condition in society. Philadelphia :Thomas & William Bradford, No. 8, South Front Street, [ca. 1808]. 1 sheet ([1] p. ;39 x 33 cm.
The third report of the Female Bible Society of Philadelphia :read before the Society, March 26, 1817 : with an appendix, and a list of new subscribers and benefactors. Philadelphia :W. Fry, printer, 1817. 18 p. ;24 cm.
The fourth report of the Female Bible Society of Philadelphia :read before the Society, March 25, 1818 : with an appendix, and a list of new subscribers and benefactors. Philadelphia :W. Fry, printer, 1818. 19 p. ;21 cm.
The Greek & Latin languages taught. :To excite students to greater diligence, and to shew parents and guardians their proficiency in classical learning; and how their literary exercises are conducted, I have appointed four times of public examination ... [Philadelphia :s.n., between 1808 and 1824?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;17 x 13 cm.
A Sketch of the rise, progress, and present state of Dickinson College in Carlisle. [Philadelphia? :s.n., ca. 1810?] 8 p., [1] leaf of plates :ill. ;23 cm.
To the rising generation, the religious olive branch is respectfully dedicated. :Its object is to prove, that the dire insanity and atrocious wickedness of punishing the body by stripes, cropping, hanging, ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1817] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;30 cm.
A short view of the whole Scripture history: :with a continuation of the Jewish affairs from the Old Testament, till the time of Christ: and an account of the chief prophecies that relate to him. Represented in a way of question and answer. Illustrated with various remarks on the history and the religion of the patriachs [sic], Jews, and Christians; and on the laws, government, sects, customs, and writings of the Jews. By I. Watts, D.D. Philadelphia: :Re-published by Rufus Littel [sic]. Printed by Simon Probasco., [ca. 1815?] xv, 16-405, [3] p., [3] folded leaves of plates :ill. ;18 cm. (12mo)
Statement of deaths, :with the diseases and ages, in the city and liberties of Philadelphia, from the 1st of January 1810, to the 1st January 1811. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1811] [4] p. ;40 cm (folio)
Constitution and bye-laws of the Female Philanthropic Society of Philadelphia. [Philadelphia] :Printed for the society, by J. Bioren, No. 88, Chesnut street., 1816. 8 p. ;17 cm (8vo)
The friend of peace. No. VI. Peace societies compared with other benevolent institutions. [Cambridge, Mass.? :s.n., 1815?] 40 p. ;23 cm. (8vo)
Dr. Abercrombie's edition of Johnson's works. :Proposals by J. & A.Y. Humphreys, Philadelphia, for publishing by subscription, the works of Samuel Johnson, L.L.D. containing a more complete collection of his writings than has ever yet been published; together with a selection of the most meritorious publications illustrative of his domestick and literary character: by James Abercrombie, D.D. [Philadelphia, Pa. :J. & A.Y. Humphreys, between 1810 and 1812?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;39 x 23 cm.
The atheist converted; or, Ehe [sic] unbeliever's eyes opened.Being a full and true account of one Mr. Wright, a gentleman living in the island of Guernsey, who was a profess'd atheist, and would not suffer his children to go to church, shewing how he was converted by his little daughter of ten years old. The following is the text of the funeral sermon, preach'd by the Rev. Dr. Samuel Dry. [United States :s.n.], March, 1813. 8 p. ;17 cm.
The girl I left behind me, with the answer. :To which is added, Ellen O'Moore, Erin go Bragh, The galley slave. [United States :s.n.], Printed in the year 1808. 8 p. ;17 cm. (12mo)
The little old maid, a new song. :To which are added, The Gosport tragedy. The way-worn traveller. The maid with elbows bare.. [United States :s.n.], Printed for the purchasers, in the year 1803. 8 p. ;18 cm.
Heilmittel für Quetschungen, Verrenkungen, Rheumatism, &c. :Dr. Steer's chemical Opodeldoc. [Pennsylvania :s.n., ca. 1800] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;30 x 15 cm.
To the freeholders of the congressional district composed of the counties of Caroline, Essex, King and Queen, and King William. [Washington, D.C.? :s.n., 1818] 16 p. ;19 cm. (8vo)
Der Astrologische Wahrsager, :welcher uns lehret was Planeten für einen Einfluss auf den menschlichen Körper haben. Und gleichfalls was die Linien in des Menschen Hand und Muttermäler auf des Menschen Leib für Bedeutung haben. Nebst einer Auslegung und Deutung der Träume, &c. [Easton, Pa.] :Aus einem Egyptischen Manuscript übersetzt, und zum erstenmal gedruckt [bey Christian Jacob Hütter], im Jahr 1813. 36 p. ;15 cm (12mo)
Der Psalter, des Königs und Propheten Davids verdeuschet von D. M. Luther ; mit kurzen Summarien oder Inhalt jedes Psalmen, und berichtigten Parallelen oder gleichen Schriftstellen. Philadelphia :Gedruckt bey Jacob Meyer, 1812. 216 p;16 cm.
Bibliotheca legum, Angliae, Hibernica, et Americanus. :P. Byrne's catalogue of law books, printed in Philadelphia and Dublin, with the prices affixed to each article as sold to the public.A miscellaneous catalogue is added to it, which will be exchanged for property in any of the cities, or in their vicinity, in the United States. Commissions received, and orders executed, at his house, No. 20, S. Sixth-Street, Philadelphia, or at 128, Market-Street, Baltimore. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by T.L. Plowman, Seventh, opposite Sansom-Street., 1807. 35, [1] p. ;20 cm (12mo)
La bolerología o Quadro de las escuelas del bayle bolero, :tales quales eran en 1794 y 1795, en la Corte de España. /$cEscrita por D. Juan Jacinto Rodríguez Calderón ... Philadelphia [Pa.] :Año de 1807. En la imprenta de Zacharias Poulson Chesnut-Street, [1807] [2], xiiii, 123, [1] p. ;15 cm (8vo)
A Candid examination of the claims of Frederick Wolbert, Esq. to the sheriffalty of the city and county of Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n.], 1810. 11, [1] p. ;24 cm (8vo)
June, 1816. Modern publications, and new editions of valuable standard works, /printed for M. Carey, No. 121, Chesnut Street, Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa.:s.n., 1816] 24 p. ;20 cm (12mo)
Oct. 1817. Modern publications, and new editions of valuable standard works, printed for M. Carey & Son, No. 126, Chesnut Street, Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1817] 24 p. ;20 cm (12mo)
Documents relative to the present distressed state of the Roman Catholic Church in the city of Charleston, state of South Carolina. Charleston, S.C. :Printed by J. Hoff, 1818 26 p. ;21 cm. (8vo)
Republican address to the electors of Massachusetts. [Boston, Mass? :s.n., 1812?] 8 p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Report of the proceedings upon the late project of Democratic union. Philadelphia [Pa.]:Printed by John Binns, by order of the Committee of Superintendance., 1816. 12 p. ;24 cm (8vo)
At a regular meeting of the Society of the State of Delaware for the Promotion of American Manufactures, :on Saturday, April 5, 1817, E.I. Dupont, Esq. vice president, presiding, Mr. Isaac Briggs offered the following resolutions, which, being considered, were unanimously adopted. [Wilmington, Del.] :James Wilson, printer--105 Market St., [1817] 4 p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Lines composed by Matthew Du Bois, on the death of his wife. March 1807. Baltimore [Md.]: :Printed by William Warner., 1812. 12 p. ;13 cm (12mo)
A reply to the "Objections against the position of a personal assurance of the pardon of sin, by a direct communication of the Holy Spirit," :and to the appendices thereto; signed W.W. and published in the Christian register, no. 2, for January, 1817. By J.E. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by Jonathan Pounder, No. 134, North Fourth Street. M'Carty & Davis, printers., 1817. 43, [1] p. ;24 cm (8vo)
An answer to a clandestine address, to the electors of the state of New-York, signed by Robert Troup, and others. By Epaminondas. [New York?s.n. 1801?] [1-3], 4-16 p. ;21 cm. (8vo)
The elements of Euclid, viz. the first six books, together with the eleventh and twelfth. The errors, by which Theon, or others, have long ago vitiated these books, are corrected, and some of Euclid's demonstrations are restored. Also, the book of Euclid's Data, in like manner corrected. By Robert Simson, M.D. emeritus professor of mathematics in the University of Glasgow. To this edition are also annexed, Elements of plane and spherical trigonometry. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by Johnson and Warner, and sold at their bookstores in Philadelphia, Richmond, (Vir.) and Lexington, (Ken.), 1811. viii, [1], 10-477, [2], 482-518 p., III leaves of plates (2 folded) :ill. ;22 cm (8vo)
Father Tammany's almanac, for the year 1813. :Being the first after leap year. Containing, (besides the usual calculations and tables of an almanac,) a variety of pieces in prose and verse. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed and sold by W. M'Culloch, bookseller and stationer, No. 306, Market-Street., [1812] [40] p. :ill. ;18 cm (12mo)
The proceedings of the government of the United States, in maintaining the public right to the beach of the Missisipi, adjacent to New-Orleans, against the intrusion of Edward Livingston. Prepared for the use of counsel, by Thomas Jefferson. Printed at New York in 1812, and now republished, with corrections and additional notes, by the author. [Baltimore, Md.? :s.n., 1814?] [vii]-xii, [1]-299 p.3 fold. plans.23 cm (8vo)
Observations on the three letters of 'Publius.' :To the Democrats of the city and county of Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1816?] 8 p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Oram's New-Jersey and New-York almanac, for the year of human redemption, 1806: :being the second after leap-year, and 31st of Columbian independence. [Trenton, N.J.] :Printed by James Oram, for the booksellers in town and country., [1805] [36] p., [1] leaf of plates ;ill. ;18 cm (12mo)
Constitution of the Pennsylvania Society for the Encouragement of American Manufactures. :Adopted September 4, 1819. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1819] 3, [5] p. ;21 cm (8vo)
Accounts of the corporation of the city of Philadelphia, for the year 1807. Published by order of the Councils. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by Robert Cochran, No. 108, Race Street., 1808. 43, [1] p. ;21 cm (8vo)
Accounts of the corporation of the city of Philadelphia, for the year 1810. Published by order of the Councils. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by Jane Aitken, No. 71, North Third Street., 1811. 50 p. ;21 cm (8vo)
By-laws of the Guardians of the Poor. 1819. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1819] [2], 8, [2] p. ;16 cm (12mo)
Report of the committee appointed to enquire into the present state of the Medical School of the University of Pennsylvania. :April 6, 1819. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by John Bioren., 1819. 8 p. ;21 cm (8vo)
Articles of the Fire-Hose Association, of the City of Philadelphia, instituted December 27, 1805. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by Joseph Rakestraw, No. 190, North Third Street. 1807. 12 p. ;14 cm (12mo)
An act of incorporation, for that part of the Northern Liberties, :lying between the west of Sixth Stree, [sic] and the River Delaware, and between Vine-Street and Cohocksink Creek. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by John Geyer, No. 122, North Third, near Race-Street., 1805. 24 p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Ordinances of the corporation of the City of Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1814] 19, [1] p. ;24 cm (8vo)
The history and government of the Phoenix Social Club. Philadelphia [Pa.], :Impressed for the club, anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and fifteen. Merritt, typographer. [1815] 7, [1] p. ;23 cm (8vo)
A brief account of the happy death of Mary Ann Clap, :daughter of Mr. Jesse and Mrs. Betsey Clap, who died July 15, 1816, in the eleventh year of her age; exhibiting an example of meekness and submission; furnishing the clearest evidence of early piety; and imparting the sweetest consolation to pious friends. By Joshua Bates, A.M. pastor of the First Church in Dedham. Boston [Mass.]: :For sale by Munroe & Francis, No. 4, and by Isaac Bowers, at the Tract Repository, No. 17, Cornhill., [1816?] 24 p. ;18 cm (8vo)
The charter and by-laws of St. John's Church, in the Northern Liberties, in the County of Philadelphia; :with a short statement of the commencement and progress of that church to the present time, April 1st, 1817. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :J. Maxwell, printer., 1817. 16 p. ;17 cm (12mo)
The history of little Henry and his bearer. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by the Sunday and Adult School Union. Clark & Raser, printers. : 1819. 87, [1] p. :ill.14 cm (12mo)
Ordinances of the corporation of the District of Southwark, :to which are prefixed the original act of Assembly describing the bounds of the district, and supplements thereto for the government of the same: together with the Act of incorporation and various supplements. Collected and published by order of the Board of Commissioners. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by Roberts and Cornman., 1813. 100, viii, [2] p. ;18 cm (12mo)
Ordinances for the regulation & improvement of the District of Southwark, passed by the commissioners thereof, under the authority of the acts of incorporation. Published by order of the board. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by Daniel Humphreys, No. 272, South Front Street., 1806. 17, [3] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
A crude picture of latter ages, or an undisguised scrutiny of the modern predominant knowledge, social order and happiness, :to which is prefixed the living Hebrews' illustration, and the plain investigation of the profuse bliss that the rambling Jews have successfully dispensed in the northern hemisphere; likewise the impartial exposure of the same race meritorious professed principles, giving them claim to urge in the world, of their being the only children of God, and, as such, the glorious Israelites revealed in the holy pages, as the destined people one day which is to operate human reformation, their fantastical hope and delusion clearly demonstrated. Also terminated by series of quotations of the obvious fulfilment of the Holy Scripture, giving explicit warning to the inadvertent human species of this desolated and devastated planet that they are fast approaching the time of the disastrous catastrophe generally predicted by the godly inspired prophets, the grievous observations are dedicated to the serious cogitation of the afflicted, having no delight in the afflictions of others, and the sincere believers in the Sacred book of Divine Revelation. Fourth number of the candid truth, and various vindication of Sylvan, gardener, enemy of human diseases, adversity, torture, and death. [Providence, R.I.? :s.n.], Third month of the year 1817. vi, [2], 9-185, [1] p. ;24 cm (8vo)
At a meeting of the Society of Paper Makers, for the States of Pennsylvania and Delaware, held at Philadelphia, November 5, 1816, :the following resolutions, referred from the minutes of the preceding meeting, were read, and unanimously agreed to, and ordered for publication: [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1816] 3, [1] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Testimony, in the case of an ejectment, now pending for recovery of Dr. William Oxley's estate, in the city of Philadelpaia [sic]. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1814?] 10 p. ;22 cm
A Tract on the sin of profane swearing. Published by the Protestant Episcopal Society of Young Men for the Distribution of Religious Tracts. New-York [N.Y.]: :Printed and sold by T. and J. Swords, No. 160 Pearl-Street., 1811. 12 p. ;18 cm (12mo)
Das vortreffliche Zigeuner-Büchlein, vor Gott der Herr bewahre meine Seele, meinen Aus- uud [sic] Eingang; :von nun an bis in alle Ewigkeit. Amen. Halleluja. [Reading, Pa.?] :Gedruckt zu Venedig. [bey Heinrich B. Sage?, ca. 1810] [2], 11-12, 17-20 p. ;16 cm (12mo)
Report of a committee of the board of Washington College, respecting the union of that college with Jefferson College. :And in explanation and justification of the conduct of the trustees of the former, in relation to their agreement with the Rev'd. Andrew Wylie, late president of Jefferson College; together with an impartial and accurate view of his conduct in that arrangement. Published by order of the Board of Trustees of Washington College. Washington, Pa. :Printed by William Sample,, 1817. 10, 4 p. ;26 cm (8vo)
Draught of a system of incorporation, &c. :Whereas the inhabitants of the town of Wilmington, in the county of New-Castle, by a charter granted by George the Second, ... [Wilmington, Del. :s.n., ca. 1805?] 8 p. ;23 cm (8vo)
General catalogue, of the theological and literary book-store, kept by William W. Woodward, :No. 52, South Second Street, Philadelphia. Arranged in alphabetical order under the heads of divinity, miscellany, law, medical, and classics. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by W.W. Woodward No. 52, corner of Second and Chesnut Streets., [1812] [4], 120 p. ;19 cm (12mo)
Zum grossen Sabbath, 1818. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Conrad Zentler, 1818] [4] p. ;16 cm (8vo)
Kirchen-Artikel der Jordaner Reformirten Gemeinde. [Pennsylvania :s.n., 1808] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;31 x 20 cm.
Julia and the pet-lamb; or, Good temper and compassion rewarded.. Philadelphia: :Published by Solomon W. Conrad, No. 87, Market Street., 1817. Printed by Lydia R. Bailey.. 52 p., [3] leaves of plates :ill. ;15 cm.
Patent bilious cordial. [Boston? :s.n., between 1807 and 1812] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;14 x 35 cm.
To the inhabitants of the borough of York and its vicinity to the distance of 10 miles. :You are hearby notified, that such of you as have negroes or people of colour, to keep them at home under strict discipline and watch ... = An die Einwohner der Stadt York, und deren Nachbarschaft, bis auf 10 Meile weit. : Es wird Euch hierdurch angezeigt, dass diejenigen von Euch, welche Negers oder farbige Leute haben, dieselben daheim unter strenger Zucht und Aussicht zu halten haben ... York, :Printed by C. Schlichting., [1803] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;35 x 22 cm.
To settlers. :The subscriber offers for sale, to settlers, a large body of lands ... county of Susquehanna, (lately part of Luzerne County) and state of Pennsylvania. ... [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n., not before 1810] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;23 x 21 cm.4 cm.
The Debtor's friend, or Religious advice to persons imprisoned for debt. Boston [Mass.]:-- :Published and sold by Cummings & Hilliard, No. 1, Cornhill, and also at their store in Cambridge.--, 1813. 15, [1] p. ;19 cm (12mo)
Address of the Philadelphia Society for the Promotion of National Industry, to the citizens of the United States. New series. No. II. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1819] 32 p. ;24 cm. (8vo)
Proposals from the Phoenix Company of London for insuring houses, buildings, stores, ships in harbour, goods, wares, and merchandize, from loss or damage by fire. [New York, N.Y. :s.n., 1804] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;50 x 31 cm.
State of New-York. In Assembly, February 18, 1819. :Whereas, by the revised laws of this state, it appears that frequent references are made to former editions of colonial and state laws, which are not to be found in the Secretary's office: therefore, resolved, (if the honorable the Senate concur herein) that the secretary of this state be, and is hereby instructed to procure, for the use of this state, and to be deposited in the secretary's office, the several printed editions of laws published by ... [Albany] :Packard & Van Benthuysen, printers and book-binders., [1819] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;20 x 13 cm.
Clermont, September 23, 1819. :The following statement is presented for the information of those persons to whom it is addressed, from a belief, that some of the facts contained in it are not generally known, and could not be readily communicated in any other way. In the year 1814, an agreement was made between the late Robert Fulton, R.L. Livingston, Esq. and the subscriber, ... [New York State? :s.n., 1819] 29, [3] p. ;25 cm.
Sheriff's sale. :By virtue of a writ of fieri facias, to me directed, will be sold at public vendue (by adjournment.) On Monday, the 23d inst. at 4' o'clock in the afternoon, on the premises, all those frame buildings and all the unexpired term of the lease ... of all that lot of ground, situate at the south west conter of Centre Square and Market Street ... Seized and taken in execution as the property of Abner Tucker, deceased, and to be sold by Jacob Fitler, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, May 12th, 1814.. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed by John Binns, No. 70 Chesnut-Street, Philadelphia., [1814] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;29 x 24 cm.
[The undersigned] offer for sale, at their stores, the corner of Arch and Third and No. 193, n[orth] Third Street, an assortment of ironmongery, cutlery, glass, oil, and paints ... [Philadelphia :s.n., 1805] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;34 x 21 cm.
Supplement to the Democratic Press, Monday August 11, 1817.. [Philadephia :Printed by John Binns?, 1817] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ;47 x 29 cm.
To the Honourable the Legislature of the state of New-York. The memorial and petition of the subscribers, inhabitants of the city and county of New-York, :respectfully represent. That your petitioners having associated for the purpose of establishing a wool deposit, and a wool-stapling and manufacturing company in the city of New-York, beg leave humbly to explain the nature and extent of their views ... [New York, N.Y. :s.n., ca. 1808?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;57 x 23 cm.
Prospects on the banks of the Rubicon. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1814] 16 p. ;21 cm. (8vo)
Philadelphia, Feb. 10, 1815. Anticipation. March 4, 1815. :Last night departed this life, amidst the groans and execrations of the good, and the united plaudits of the wicked, the detested and detestable Thirteenth Congress of the United States; ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1815] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;41 x 13 cm.
The crisis. :At length the crisis has arrived, when we must resolve either to surrender our liberties-- to be recolonized-- to expiate the offences of our forefathers-- or manfully to defend our wives, our children, our country, and that best gift of heaven, our freedom. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1814] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;21 x 13 cm.
The crisis.-- No. 4. :To the Committee of Defence. Fortifications. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1814] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;21 x 13 cm.
The real independence of a nation must depend upon her ability to supply herself, :from her own resources, with such a portion of the articles of prime necessity, as, abstracted from the general mass of her wants, may enable her to pay for the residue, with her surplus productions, exported to foreign nations, and thus prevent the accumulation of burdensome and oppressive foreign debts. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., ca. 1818?] iii, [1] p. ;20 cm.
American manufactures. :An adjourned meeting of the citizens of the city and county of Philadelphia, friendly to American manufactures, was held in the county court house, on Saturday the 2d of October, 1819. Matthew Lawler, Esq. chairman. C. Raguet, Esq. secretary. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1819] 8 p. ;23 cm.
Preface. Philadelphia, October 20, 1801. :I present this edition of the Bible to the public, with a degree of solicitude proportioned to the magnitude of the undertaking. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1801] [4] p. ;29 cm.
Letters between Daniel D'Oyley, Esq. treasurer of the state of South Carolina, and Mathew Carey, of Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1804] 7, [1] p. ;22 cm. (8vo)
A brief narrative. :I have learned, with a surprize to which language can hardly do justice, that some persons of and connected with the firm of James Gallagher & Sons have circulated a report, that I have destroyed their credit, and endeavoured to ruin them. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1805] 8 p. ;22 cm. (8vo)
To the president and directors of the Bank of the United States, at Philadelphia. :Gentlemen, At a numerous meeting of the citizens of Norfolk and Portsmouth, convened on the 11th inst. to take into consideration the propriety of applying to you, for the establishment of a branch of the Bank of the United States, at this place, ... [Norfolk, Va.? :s.n., 1816] 12 p. ;20 cm (8vo)
Abstract of the report of the agent of the canal....1818. [Massachusetts :s.n., 1819] [4] p. ;22 cm
Treasury Department, Register's Office, Sir, :The Secretary of the Treasury, for the purpose of forming a true statement of the existing enrolled and licensed tonnage of the United States, to the 31st day of December, 1801, and of correcting the enrolled and licensed tonnage accounts, has caused an examination to be made, of all the outstanding enrolments, on the 31st say of December 1801; a copy of which, in relation to your district, I now, by his direction transmit to you; ... [Washington, D.C. :s.n., 1802] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;25 x 18 cm.
An act to regulate the jails and work-houses in the counties and the penitentiary in the city of Philadelphia. [Harrisburg, Pa.] :Jacob Elder printer., [1814] 14 p. ;35 cm. (folio)
Catalogue of English books imported by M. Thomas, :and for sale at his book and stationary [sic] store, No. 52, Chesnut-Street. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., not before 1815] 4 p. ;20 cm
The following works are just published by M. Carey, :No. 121, Chesnut-street, Philadelphia, and for sale also, by M. Thomas, No. 52, Chesnut, near 2d street. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1816] [4] p. ;20 cm.
Fulled half stockings, :of carded (not combed) wool, of any dyed color, or of the natural colors of the sheep, are occasionally purchased for the army. They should weigh three pounds and one half per dozen. Each half stocking should be twelve inches long in the leg, with a foot of a good size for soldiers, or for men used to labor. Proposals for the certain delivery of parcels of not less than 100 pairs in each parcel, at Philadelphia, on or before the first day of March next for cash, with the prices, will be received at this office, with a sample, per mail. Tench Coxe, purveyor of Public Supplies. Purveyors Office, U.S Philadelphia, [blank] 180[blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., between 1803 and 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;17 x 21 cm.
To the Honorable the House of Representatives and the Senate of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in session assembled. :The petition and memorial of the subscribers, licenced inn and tavern-keepers; and others, citizens of the United States: and resident in the city and county of Philadelphia, is most respectfully presented. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1804?] [4] p. ;34 cm.
The last words of Polly Goold. [Boston, Mass. :s.n., 1800?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;33 x 23 cm
The Battle of fleas and bed-bugs. :"Bella! Horrida bella!!" [New Haven, Conn.? :s.n., ca. 1800/] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;22 x 18 cm.
The Musical miscellany, :containing a choice collection of the most approved songs. Catskill [N.Y.]-- :Printed by M. Croswell. Sold wholesale and retail by John Shaw, at the bookstore under M. Croswell's printing-office., [ca. 1810?] 93, [3] p. ;14 cm (16mo)
An act, to enable aliens to purchase and hold real estates within this state, under certain restrictions therein mentioned. [New York State :s.n., not after 1802] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;35 x 21 cm
An act to amend an act, entitled "An act to ascertain weights and measures within this state." [New York State :s.n., not after 1804] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ;35 x 21 cm
The commonwealth of Pennsylvania To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting: :Know ye, that in consideration of the monies [blank] into the Receiver-General's Office of this commonwealth, there is granted by the said commonwealth unto [blank] a certain tract of land, called [blank] situate [blank] with the appurtenances. To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land, with the appurtenances, unto the said [blank] free and clear of all restrictions and reservations, as to mines, royalties, quit-rents or otherwise, excepting and reserving, only the fifth part of all gold and silver ore, for the use of this commonwealth, to be delivered at the pitt's mouth, clear of all charges. In witness whereof, [blank] governor, of the said commonwealth, hath hereto set his hand, and caused the state seal to be hereunto affixed, the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred [blank] and of the commonwealth the twenty-[blank] Attest, [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed by Francis & Robert Bailey, printers., [not after 1801] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :coat of arms ;31 x 51 cm
Congress of the United States. At the second session, begun and held at the city of New-York, on Monday the 4th of January, 1790. :An act for the government and regulation of seamen in the merchant's service. [Boston, Mass.? :s.n., not after 1801] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ;49 x 39 cm
In the civilized world, the encouragement of the arts and sciences, has ever been studied with peculiar care. :Nothing is more pleasing to the understanding, than wisdom, in which knowledge we must also include philosophy, the most noble of all sciences, and which adds a finishing stroke to the man of erudition. In this enquiry permit me to introduce myself among that number, who wish to cherish ingenuity, and the social virtues wherever found to exist. Although a native of the European clime, I have left that country which gave me birth, ... The political world is to me a stranger. All that I wish is to instruct the rising generation: ... I subscribe myself the public's most obedient humble servant, Sir John Francis Drake. Philadelphia, January 10th, 1801. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1801] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;32 x 18 cm
Washington Theatre. (By desire.) :On Tuesday evening, June 22, 1813, will be presented the play of The point of honour; or, A school for soldiers. ... In act third, a military procession, and the preparatory ceremonies to the execution of a deserter. End of the play, a divertisement, composed by Mr. Francis, called Rural grace: in which the Misses Abercrombie will introduce the celebrated Wreath pas de deux and other dances. ... To conclude with a grand garland dance, ... [Washington, D.C. :s.n., 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p. ; 29 x 27 cm
The freeman's journal, and Philadelphia mercantile advertiser. Extraordinary. :Office of the Freeman's journal, Saturday evening, Feb. 18, 4 o'clock, P.M. The editors of the Freeman's journal having received a Boston paper one day later than any other received in this city, containing a more circumstantial account of the latest news from Spain, haste to lay the contents before their readers in an extra sheet. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;35 x 28 cm
The True preacher, a lecture for the clergy. [United States :s.n., ca. 1820?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;25 x 20 cm
A Poem, in two parts. :Argument. A candidate for the ministry of the gospel is highly censured by a physician, for some little familiarities taken with a young maiden, whom he accidentally met with in his rambles into the field, in the season of strawberries. The rev. divine makes a spirited reply and seems to justify himself. [United States :s.n., ca. 1820?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;51 x 30 cm
Ein neues Trauer-Lied, :enthaltend die Geschichte der Susanna Cox, die in Reading wegen dem Morde ihres Kindes hingerichtet wurde. [Reading, Pa.? :s.n., 1809?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;47 x 20 cm
Zuruf an die Jugend. [Pennsylvania :s.n., ca. 1810] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;15 x 11 cm
Die Schmerzen zu stillen. :(Will man die Schmerzen einiger Person stillen, so muss man ihr Taufname wissen und ihn nennen, wenn man diese Worte saget.) ... Das Rothlaufen zu vertreiben. (Will man das Rothlaufen vertreiben, so muss man dreymal mit der rechten Hand über die Wunde gegen dem zeib streichen.) ... Doctor Trion's Cur, ausgegeben von J. Schambach. [United States :s.n., ca. 1810?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;14 x 15 cm
Der Wunsch. [United States :s.n., ca. 1820?] 1 sheet ([1] p. ;23 x 19 cm
The Charlestown collection of sacred songs. :Adapted to public and private devotion. Principally original compositions. By Oliver Holden. Published according to act of Congress. [ Boston, Mass.] :Printed, typographically, at Boston, by Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews. Sold at their bookstore, No. 45, Newbury-Street; by said Thomas, in Worcester; and the booksellers in town and country.--, November, 1803. 80 p. :music ;13 x 22 cm (8vo)
The Columbian harmonist. :Containing a plain and concise introduction to psalmody expressly calculated for the use of singing schools; together with a collection of sacred music for public and social worship. By Daniel Read. Dedham [Mass.]-- :Printed by H. Mann--Sold at his book-store; by J. Read, Esq. Attleborough; W. Wilkinson, Providence; Manning and Loring, Boston, &c. H. Mann--executes music printing of all kinds, on reasonable terms., September 1806. 94, [2], 31, [1] p. :music ;14 x 23 cm (8vo)
The easy instructor; or, A new method of teaching sacred harmony. :Containing, I. The rudiments of music on an improved plan, wherein the naming and timing of the notes are familiarized to the weakest capacity. II. A choice collection of psalm tunes and anthems, from the most celebrated authors, with a number composed in Europe and America, entirely new; suited to all the metres sung in the different churches in the United States. Published for the use of singing societies in general, but more particularly for those who have not the advantage of an instructor. By William Little and William Smith. The music types used in printing this book are secured to the proprietors by patent right. Albany [N.Y.]: :Printed for Websters & Skinners and Daniel Steele, (proprietors,) and sold at their respective book-stores, at the corner of State and Pearl-streets, and at No. 472 South Market-street; by T. & J. Swords, E. Duyckinck, Collins & Co. and D. Smith, New-York; M. Carey, B. Warner, W.W. Woodward and A. Small, Philadelphia; J. Cushing, Baltimore; H. Howe, New-Haven; Wells & Lilly, Boston; G. Goodwin & Sons, Hartford; P. Potter, Poughkeepsie; B.F. Lewis, Newburgh; E. Norman, Hudson; Parker & Bliss, Troy; Tracy & Bliss, Lansingburgh; Dodd & Stevens, Salem; H. Stevens, Schenectady; W. Williams, Utica; J. Bogert, Geneva; J.D. Bemis, Canandaigua; Skinner & Crosby, Auburn; S.H. & H.A. Salisbury, Buffalo. Packard & Van Benthuysen, printers., [1817] 120 p.14 x 23 cm
Der neue nord-americanische Stadt und Land Calender, auf das Jahr unsers Heilandes Jesu Christi, 1807. :Welches ein gemein Jahr ist von 365 Tagen. ... Nach dem märylandischen Horizont und Nordhöhe berechnet; jedoch in denen angrenzenden Staaten von Virginien, Pennsylvanien und den mehr entlagenen Staaten ohne merklichen Unterschied zu gebrauchen. Zum fünftenmal herausgegeben. Hägerstaun [i.e. Hagerstown, Md.], :Gedruckt und zu haben bey Jacob D. Dietrich, beyn Dutzend oder einzelnen Stüct für die allerniedrigsten Precisse., [1806] [44] p., [1] folded leaf :ill. ;21 cm (4to)
The easy instructor; or, A new method of teaching sacred harmony. :Containing I. The rudiments of music on an improved plan, wherein the naming and timing of the notes are familiarized to the weakest capacity. II. A choice collection of psalm tunes and anthems, from the most celebrated authors, with a number composed in Europe and America, entirely new; suited to all the metres sung in the different churches in the United States. Published for the use of singing societies in general, but more particularly for those who have not the advantage of an instructor. By William Little and William Smith. [Albany, N.Y.] :Printed, typographically, at Albany, by Websters & Skinner and Daniel Steele, (proprietors of the copy-right,) and sold at their respective bookstores, at the corner of State and Pearl-Streets, and a few doors south of the Old City-Hall, in Court-Street; by T. & J. Swords, Evert Duyckinck and William Falconer, New-York; Mathew Carey, Johnson & Warner, William W. Woodward and Hopkins & Earl, Philadelphia; and Increase Cook, New-Haven., [1809?] 104 p. ;14 x 24 cm (8vo)
The Following documents are requisite to obtain drawback of duties on merchandise exported from the United States of America. :Certificate of consignee or consignees declaring the delivery of merchandise in a foreign port. [blank] of the [blank] of [blank] do hereby certify that the goods or merchandise hereinafter described have been landed in this [blank] between the [blank] and [blank] days of [blank] from on board the [blank] of [blank] whereof [blank] is at present master, viz. Marks. Numbers. Packages with their contents and quantities. [blank] Which, according to the bills of lading for the same, were shipped on board the [blank] at the port of [blank] in the United States of America, on or about the [blank] day of [blank] and consigned to [blank] by [blank] of [blank] aforesaid, merchant [blank] Given under [blank] hand at the [blank] of [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] I A B, of the city or port of -- merchant; or We, A B. and C D. merchants, or merchants and copartners in trade, as the case may be. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed and sold by James Humphreys, Change Walk, Corner of Second and Walnut-streets., [not after 1809] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ;35 x 21 cm
The Farmer's almanack, for the year of our Lord, 1816: :being bissextile or leap year, and (till July 4th) the fortieth year of American independence. By Andrew Beers, philom. Containing a great variety of useful and entertaining matter. Kingston [N.Y.]: :Printed and sold by S.S. Freer., [1815?] [36] p. :ill. ;17 cm (12mo)
Aitken's fountain of music. :For the flute clarinet & violin. Containing: an agreeable variety of the most celebrated airs marches and songs. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed for J. Aitken. and sold at his Musical Repository North 2d. Street No. 76. Philadelphia., [between 1808 and 1811] [2], 30, [2] p. :music ;18 x 30 cm
Der Bauern-Stand. [Pennsylvania? :s.n., ca. 1810?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;45 x 30 cm
The tempest. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n., ca. 1805?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;27 x 21 cm
The chain of Lorenzo, :by the request of his friends, as his farewell to Georgia. [United States :s.n., not after 1806] 76 p. ;18 cm (8vo)
The modern philosopher; or Terrible tractoration! :In four cantos, most respectfully addressed to the Royal College of Physicians, London. By Christopher Caustick, M.D. A.S.S. fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, Aberdeen, and honorary member of no less than nineteen very learned societies. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :From the Lorenzo Press of E. Bronson, rinted for I. Riley and Co. New York., 1806. xxxii, 271, [1] p., [2] leaves of plates :ill.22 cm (8vo)
List of laws passed at the second session of the eleventh Congress of the United States. [Washington, D.C. :s.n., 1810] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;34 x 41 cm
This day is published, no. 106, of a new & complete encyclopaedia: or, universal dictionary of arts and sciences, :price twenty-five cents, payable on delivery. To subscribers. It having pleased the Almighty to call away from this life (since the publication of the last number) Mr. John Low, the late publisher of this work; the arduous task of carrying it on has devolved upon the subscriber, his widow, ... Esther Low, administratrix. New-York, June 5th, 1809. [New York, N.Y. :s.n., 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;25 x 19 cm
A new system of domestic cookery, :formed upon principles of economy, and adapted to the use of private families. By a lady. Boston [Mass.]: :Published by Andrews & Cummings, and L. Blake. Sold by them and O.C. Greenleaf; by Cushing & Appleton, Salem; W. Sawyer & Co. and Thomas & Whipple, Newburyport; C. Peirce and Thomas & Tappan, Portsmouth; T. Clark, Portland; H. Cushing, Providence; Hudson & Goodwin, Hartford; I. Beers & Co. Newhaven; Brisban & Brannan, Newyork; Bachus & Whiting, Albany; Parker & Bliss, Troy; S.F. Bradford, and C. & A. Conrad & Co. Philadelphia; Warner & Hanna, Baltimore, and E. Morford, Charleston, S.C., 1807. [6], xx, 297, [1] p. ;15 cm (12mo)
Exposicion de los hechos y maquinaciones que han preparado la usurpacion de la corona de España,:y los medios que el emperador de los franceses ha puesto en obra para realizarla. Por don Pedro Cevallos, primer secretario de estado y del despacho de S.M.C. Fernando VII. Nueva-Orleans [i.e. New Orleans, La.]. :Reimpresa en la oficina de Juan Mowry, por el editor del Misisipi., 1809. 60 p. ;23 cm (8vo)
Report of the committee to whom were referred, on the eighth ultimo, a letter from William Henry Harrison, :president of the convention held at Vincennes, in the Indiana territory, declaring the consent of the people of that territory to the suspension of the sixth article of compact between the United States and the said people; also, a memorial and petition of the inhabitants of the said territory. 2d March, 1803. Read, and referred to a committee of the whole House, to-morrow. [Washington, D.C. :s.n., 1803] 5, [1] p. ;21 cm
Philadelphia, January 2, 1804. Elegant family Bible, with a revised and much-improved edition of Brown's concordance. :Proposals by Mathew Carey, for publishing by subscription, a fourth edition of the Bible, in quarto, ... Terms. I. It is now at press, and will be published in the month of May next. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1804] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ;34 x 21 cm
Address to the patrons of the American and commercial daily advertiser, by the carriers. [Baltimore, Md. :Printed by W. Pechin, and G. Dobbin & Murphy, 1810] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;34 x 20 cm
The carriers of the Aurora, to their patrons, on the commencement of the New Year. January 1, 1810. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Published by William Duane, 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;56 x 45 cm
The carriers of the Aurora, to their patrons, on the commencement of the New Year. January 1, 1811. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Published by William Duane, 1810] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;54 x 43 cm
The carriers of the Aurora, to their patrons, on the commencement of the New Year. January 1, 1813. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Published by William Duane, 1812] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;50 x 34 cm
The carriers of the Aurora, to their patrons, on the commencement of the New Year. January 1, 1814. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Published by William Duane, 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;50 x 34 cm
The carriers of the Aurora, to their patrons on the commencement of the New Year: January 1, 1815. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Published by William Duane, 1814] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 30 cm
The Freemason's universal [apron] :Daniel Bartling, proposes supplying Masonic ... elegant master masons' and royal arch masons' aprons, with the appropriate emblems; the perspective by Strickland, the figures, by Fairman; executed in the best style of the first artists of the United States, and approved of by the worshipful grand master and grand officers of the grand lodge of Pennsylvania. In soliciting the patronage of masonic brethren to a complete hieroglyphic apron, uniting all the customary emblems of the craft in one design, in which beauty and order have been the great objects of the artist's study, he feels a confidence, that the result of his labours has been the production of an ornament, which stands unrivalled for that harmony of composition, and elegance of execution, which must meet the approbation of all Free and Accepted Masons. The apron will be furnished to brethren who may please to subscribe, on the following terms: ... [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed by James Maxwell., [1811] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;49 x 30 cm
A federal discovery of that old democrat called the devil and Satan. :1st. When he first rose in rebellion against the Son of God, and how he divided the federal unity between the angels in Heaven. ... 12th. A short account of the Christian experience of Henry Bailey. With several other useful observations. By Henry Bailey, of Wilmington (Del.) Philadelphia [Pa.], :Printed for the author., 1811. 72 p. ;20 cm (12mo)
Reasons of appeal from the positions of the Philadelphia Presbytery. :The subscribers, commissioners of the Third Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia who appealed from the eleven positions of the Presbytery, which were laid down at their session in October 1813, ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1814] 12 p. ;22 cm (12mo)
Catalogue of books in the library of the United Fraternity, at Dartmouth College, August, 1815. [Hanover, N.H.]Printed for the Society by Charles Spear., 1815. 24 p. ;18 cm (12mo)
The ninth report of the Bible Society of Philadelphia. :Read before the society, May 8th, A.D. 1817. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by order of the society. William Fry, printer., 1817. 47, [1] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
The fifth report of the Bible Society of Philadelphia. :Read before the society, May 5, A.D. 1813. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by order of the society., 1813. 28 p. ;21 cm (8vo)
By the Selectmen. :Voted-- That the chairman prepare for printing an abstract of the by laws of the town of Boston and of the laws of the commonwealth enacted for the special regulation of the town, and that the same be distributed for the general information of the inhabitants. April, 1817. Thomas Clark, town clerk. [Boston, Mass. :s.n., 1817] 8 p. ;21 cm (8vo)
A new-guide to the English tongue :in five parts. ... The whole being recommended by several clergymen and eminent schoolmasters, as the most useful performance for instruction of youth, is designed for the use of schools. By Thomas Dilworth, author of The schoolmaster's assistant; Young book-keeper's assistant, &c. &c. &c. Wilmington [Del.]: :Printed and sold by Robert Porter, No. 97, Market-Street., 1817. 108 p. :ill., port. ;17 cm (12mo)
The Christian's guide to heaven; or, A manual of spiritual exercises for Catholics: :with the evening office of the Church, in Latin and English; and a selection of divine hymns. Published with the approbation of the most reverend archbishop of Baltimore. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for Bernard Dornin, corner of Third and Walnut Sts., 1819. 356 p. ;11 cm
The Mississippi navigator. [Nashville, Tenn.] :Printed by T.G. Bradford., 1817. 57, [1] p. :ill., maps ;19 cm
Grand State Lottery. Sixth class. Solomon Allen, manager. :10 prizes of $10,000, and 100 of $1000 equal to $200,000 ... The prizes only will be drawn in this lottery consequently it will be completed in ten days drawing. The drawing will commence in September next, or sooner, if practicable. All prizes payable sixty days after the drawing, subject to fifteen per cent discount. ... For sale at Mrs. M'Connell's lottery office, No. 82 Chesnut Street, Philadelphia. June, 1818. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1818] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;20 x 13 cm
The book of knowledge: :treating of the wisdom of the ancients. In four parts. I. Shewing the various and wonderful operation of the signs and planets, and other celestial constellations, on the bodies of men, &c. II. Prognostications, for ever necessary to keep the body in health; with several choice receipts in physic and surgery. III. An abstract of the art of physiognomy and palmistry, together with the significance of moles, and the interpretations of dreams, &c. IV. The farmer's calendar, containing, 1, Perpetual prognostications for the weather. 2, The whole mystery of husbandry. 3, The complete and experienced farrier and cow-leech. To which is added, correct forms of all sorts of bills, bonds, counter-bonds, indentures, letters of attorney and license, deeds of gift, bills of exchange, &c. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for, and sold by H. & P. Rice, No. 16 South Second-Street., 1801. 96 p. :ill. ;17 cm (12mo)
Constitution of the Franklinean Society. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by David Hogan., 1801. 8 p. ;23 cm (8vo)
Norfolk, April 11th, 1801. :The charges against me so long promissed [sic] by the Washington Federalist, have at length appeared in the papers of the 1st and 7th inst. the last of which reached me yesterday. ... [Norfolk, Va. :s.n., 1801] 8 p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Selections from Handel, for Mr. Shaw's concert of sacred music. :Thursday evening, April 9th, 1801. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by J. Ormrod, No. 41, Chesnut-street. Price six cents., [1801] 8 p. ;21 cm (8vo)
An Impartial history of the French Revolution, from its commencement to the fall of Robespierre. :In two volumes. Vol. I. Gettysburg: (Penns.) :Printed by James Magee for the subscribers., M,DCCC,II. [1802] xi, [2], 14-372 p. ;17 cm (12mo)
Speech of the Hon. Mr. Bayard, member of the national legislature, from the state of Delaware, on the bill received from the Senate, entitled, "An act to repeal certain acts respecting the organization of the courts of the United States." :Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 19th and 20th, 1802. [Washington, D.C.? :s.n., 1802] 60 p. ;18 cm (12mo)
Pindaric odes, addressed to His Highness the American Caesar, :written in the year 1800, and now first published, for the consolation of the fallen friends of order, and a warning to the Jacobins. Richmond [Va.]: :Printed by Samuel Pleasants, Jun., 1802. vi, 66 p. ;18 cm (8vo)
The flute preceptor, or Columbian instructor improv'd. :Being an introduction to the art of playing on that instrument in the most clear & simple manner, and by which any person, may learn to play with taste & judgment, without the assistance of a master. To which is added a valuable selection of the newest & most favorite airs, song-tunes & duets by R. Shaw, teacher of the German flute, piano forte &c. Copy right secured. Philadelphia [Pa.] :Printed for the author & sold at his music store No 13 south 4th Street., 1802. 35, [1] p. :music ;20 x 26 cm
The death of Abel. :In five books. Attempted from the German of Mr. Gessner. Philadelphia [Pa]: :Printed for John M'Culloch, No. 1, North Third-Street., October, 1803. viii, [1], 10-144, [4] p. ;14 cm (18mo)
An act to enable the governor of this commonwealth to incorporate a company to make an artificial road from the top of Chesnut-hill through Flowr-town [sic] to the Spring-house tavern in Montgomery county. [Lancaster, Pa.? :s.n., 1804] 23, [1] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
A northern summer; or Travels round the Baltic, through Denmark, Sweden, Russia, Prussia, and part of Germany, in the year 1804. By John Carr, Esq. author of The stranger in France, &c. &c. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for and published by Thomas Clarke, Portland., 1805. [8], 306, [2] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
An answer to War in disguise; or, Remarks upon the new doctrine of England, concerning neutral trade. New-York [N.Y.]: :Printed by Hopkins and Seymour, for I. Riley & Co. New-York, and Samuel F. Bradford, Philadelphia., February, 1806. 76 p. ;22 cm (8vo)
A pastoral letter, to the churches under the care of the Presbytery of Erie. Meadville, (Pa.) :Printed by T. Atkinson., [1806] 11, [1] p. ;21 cm (8vo)
The time-keeper; being an almanac for the year of our Lord 1807. :Containing, (beside the astronomical calculations, &c.) a variety of entertaining matter. Lancaster [Pa.], :Printed by Henry and Benjamin Grimler., [1806] [40] p. :ill.;18 cm (12mo)
A serious expostulation with the President and Congress of the United States on the subject of the Embargo, and other great and weighty matters. :(Embellished with a likeness of the author.) By Nathaniel Ruby. [United States :s.n., 1808] 4 p. :ill., port. ;17 cm (8vo)
A serious expostulation with the President & Congress of the United States on the subject of the Embargo; and other great and weighty matters. By Nathaniel Ruby. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for the author., 1808. 8 p. :ill. ;18 cm (8vo)
An address to the farmers of Pennsylvania. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n., 1808] 16 p.21 cm (8vo)
Constitution of the Philanthropic Society, established at Philadelphia, May 6th, 1793. :Incorporated the seventh day of January, 1799. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Re-printed by Thomas T. Stiles, No. 12, Walnut-Street., 1808. 18+ p. ;17 cm (12mo)
Debate on the bill for the punishment of treason, and of other crimes and offences against the United States. :In Senate of the United States--Feb. 1808. Mr. Giles then rose and delivered a speech substantially as follows: [Richmond, Va.] :T.W. White, printer, opposite the Bell Tavern., [1808] 16 p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Proposal for publishing by subscription, a new work, entitled Persecution not peculiar to Roman Catholics: :or, An attempt to prove that the Reformation has not been unattended by fines, forfeitures, banishments, imprisonments, whippings, dismemberments, hangings, embowellings, quarterings, beheadings, and burnings, in England, Ireland, Scotland, Germany, the United Provinces, Switzerland, and America. By Mathew Carey. In reply to an attack, upon the Roman Catholics, by the Rev. J.M. Mason, of New York, in the Christian's Magazine, ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1808] 7, [1] p. ;21 cm (8vo)
A narrative of facts relative to the conduct of some of the members of the legislature of Pennsylvania, professing to be Democrats, :at the election of a senator to represent this state in the Senate of the United States, on the 13th of January, 1807. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :[s.n.], May, 1807. 16 p.24 cm (8vo)
A narrative of facts relative to the conduct of some of the members of the legislature of Pennsylvania, professing to be Democrats, :at the election of a senator to represent this state in the Senate of the United States. On the 13th of January, 1807. Philadelphia [Pa.]:-- :[s.n.], June, 1807. 16 p.22 cm (8vo)
(Circular.) Fauquier, March 28, 1807. To the freeholders of the district composed of the counties of Culpepper [sic] and Fauquier. :Fellow citizens, In an address I some time ago made to the district, I endeavoured to exhibit a general view of the political sentiments which have heretofore influenced me through life; ... [Virginia :s.n., 1807] 7, [1] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
An act of incorporation, and fundamental rules and articles, of the church government of the Evangelical Lutheran Congregation of St. John's Church, in the city and vicinity of Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed by John Geyer, No. 122, North Third Street., 1807. 15, [1] p. ;24 cm (8vo)
By-laws of the First Troop Philadelphia Cavalry. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1809?] 12 p. ;16 cm (12mo)
Supplementary embargo law: :passed January 9, 1809. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published and sold by Thomas Hope, ship broker No. 1 Carpenters' Court, near the Custom House, and No. 63, Chesnut-Street. John W. Scott printer,, 1809. [2], 10 p. ;20 cm (12mo)
Non-intercourse laws. :An act to amend and continue in force certain parts of the act entitled "An act to interdict the commercial intercourse between the United States and Great Britain and France, and their dependencies, and for other purposes." [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1809] 30, [2] p. ;19 cm (12mo)
A Probationary sketch for a bill to continue in force for the term of 25 years, the act, entitled "An act to incorporate the subscribers to the bank of the United States," on the terms and conditions therein mentioned. [Washington, D.C.? :s.n., 1810] 3, [1] p. ;21 cm
The Complete American letter writer: :containing letters on trade and merchandise; also, letters on familiar and interesting subjects. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by Johnson and Warner, No. 147, High-Street., 1811. iv, [1], 6-108 p. ;15 cm (12mo)
Der Deutschen allgegenwärtiger englischer Sprachlehrer des Wortes Gottes, :welcher diese Sprache in Fragen und Antworten, auf eine ganz neue, kurze, leichte, deutliche und gründliche Art lehret. Eingerichtet wie der allgegenwärtige deutsche Sprachlehrer des Wortes Gottes, nach der Ordnung der englischen Buchstabirbücher, und den Regeln der Sprachlehre, zum Gebrauch der Schulen und zu Hause, für Lehrer und Schüler. Lehrend das Buchstabiren, Lesen und Sprechen. Erster Theil. /Von Christ. Becker, Lehrer in Pennsylvanien. [Easton, Pa.] :Gedruckt bey Chr. Jac. Hütter, Easton, Pennsylvanien.--, 1809. xv, [1], 106, [2] p., [1] leaf of plates :ill. ;21 cm (8vo)
A Looking-glass for drunkards. :The abominable vice of drunkenness, which prevails so much in our land, is attended with a train of evils too numerous to relate. ... [New York, N.Y.] :Samuel Wood & sons, printers, N.Y., [between 1814 and 1836] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;21 x 12 cm
Interesting account of religion in France. :The members composing the deputation formed by the directors of the Missionary Society, for the purpose of visiting France, ... [New York, N.Y. :Printed by Isaac Collins, 1803] 11, [1] p. ;21 cm
Extract from the journal of the House Representatives United States. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. [United States :s.n., ca. 1815?] 16 p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Direct tax. :Mr. Clay's speech, in the House of Representatives of the United States, on the expediency of continuing the direct tax for one year. [United States :s.n., 1816] 16 p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Tariff, or, Rates of duties, after the thirtieth of June, 1816, on all goods, wares, and merchandise, imported into the United States of America; :as established by act of Congress of the twenty-seventh of April, one thousand eight hundred and sixteen, entitled "An act to regulate the duties on imports and tonnage." Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed and sold by John Bioren, 88, Chesnut Street., 1816. 23, [1] p. ;18 cm (12mo)
Extract from the act for the regulation of pilots and pilotage, in the bay and river Delaware; passed March 29, 1803. And the supplement thereto, passed March 13, 1817. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed and sold by John Bioren, No. 88, Chesnut Street., 1817. 27, [5] p. ;15 cm (12mo)
The Fire Association of Philadelphia. Instituted July, 1817. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by Joseph Rakestraw, No. 254, North Third Street., 1817. 10, [2] p. ;16 cm (12mo)
Articles and laws of the Perseverance Hose Company, :as revised and adopted at a meeting of the association, held on the 15th of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventeen, at Philadelphia. Instituted August 6th, 1805. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by Joseph Rakestraw, No. 256, North Third Street., 1817. 19, [1] p. ;16 cm (8vo)
Articles and by-laws of the Fellowship Fire Company, :instituted March 1, 1738. Being the second established in the city of Philadelphia; with a list of all the members from its commencement. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by S. Merritt, 74 South Second Street., 1817. 13, [11] p. ;12 cm (24mo)
$10,000 to the people. [Pennsylvania :s.n., 1817] 12 p. ;21 cm (8vo)
Letter to the Committee of Enquiry. December 1818. [Harrisburg, Pa.? :s.n., 1818] 11, [1] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
The Bush-thwacker. [New Orleans, La.] :Bruner & Duhy, printers, Conti street, New-Orleans., [1818] 28 p. ;22 cm (8vo)
It is a law of Providence that an article shall rise in value as it becomes scarce, :and that it shall fall in value as it becomes plentiful; ... [Washington, D.C.? :s.n., 1817?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;25 x 21 cm.
National currency. [Washington, D.C.? :s.n., 1818?] 39, [1] p. ;22 cm.
The twin brothers; or Good luck and good conduct. By Mary Hughes. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for the Tract and Book Society of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of St. John. William Fry, printer., 1819. 88 p. ;18 cm (12mo)
Conversion of Rev. Andrew Fuller; written by himself, in letters to Dr. Stewart, of Edinburgh. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by the Sunday and Adult School Union, and for sale at their depository, 29 N. Fourth street. R. Piggot, agent. Clark & Raser, printers., [between 1820 and 1824] 12 p. :ill. ;20 cm (12mo)
A selection from Dr. Wm. Mavor's celebrated voyages, travels, discoveries, and interesting narratives, of the most distinguished adventurers. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for the booksellers., 1817. [3], 78-136 p., [1] leaf of plates :ill. ;18 cm (12mo)
Second annual report of the Board of Managers of the Episcopal Missionary Society of Philadelphia. :With an appendix and a list of officers and managers. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed for the society, by Dorsey & Harding., 1818. 24 p. ;17 cm (12mo)
Debate in the House of Representatives of Pennsylvania, on Mr. Holgate's resolutions relative to the Bank of the United States. :January, 1811. Reported by W. Hamilton. [Lancaster, Pa.] :Printed by the reporter., [1811] 96 p. ;23 cm (8vo)
A tribute to the memory of Samuel Morris, :late governor, read at the state in Schuylkill, on the 23d of July, 1812. Inscribed to its members, by a friend to the association, and a sincere admirer of their late excellent governor. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by J.& A.Y. Humphreys, 'Change-Walk, corner of Second and Walnut Streets., 1812. 8 p. ;20 cm (8vo)
To the people of the United States. :At a crisis like the present, any man who stands forward to enlighten the public mind, is sure to excite attention. After years spent in empty threats of war against Great Britain ... the administration have at length filled up the measure of folly by a declaration of war. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1812] [4] p. ;23 cm (8vo)
To the people of the United States. :At a crisis like the present, any man who stands forward to enlighten the public mind, is sure to excite attention. After years spent in empty threats of war against Great Britain ... the administration have at length filled up the measure of folly by a declaration of war. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1812] [4] p. ;23 cm (8vo)
A sermon, for the first Sunday of Advent, on the general Day of Judgment, by M. Massillon, Bishop of Clermont. Done from the French, by S. Cullen Carpenter. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by Moses Thomas, No. 52, Chesnut-Street, J. Maxwell, printer., 1812. xii, [1], 14-72 p. ;19 cm (12mo)
Rules and regulations for the government of the Board of Commissioners, of the District of Spring Garden. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for the Board of Commissioners., 1813. 7, [1] p. ;21 cm (8vo)
A supplement to an act, entitled an "act to incorporate the district of Spring Garden," and for other purposes. :Passed on the 8th day of March, 1815. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by order of the Board of Commissioners. John Binns, printer., 1815. 6, [2] p. ;21 cm (8vo)
A Cursory glimpse of the state of the nation, on the twenty-second of February, 1814, :being the eighty-first anniversary of the birth of Washington; or A physico-politico-theologico, lucubration upon the wonderful properties of nitrous oxide, or the newly discovered exhilarating gas, in its effects upon the human mind, and body; as they were exhibited, by actual experiment, on the evening of the twenty-third instant. Philadelphia [Pa.], :Published by Moses Thomas, (J. Maxwell, printer.), Feb. 28. 1814. 22, [2] p. ;21 cm (8vo)
A Cursory glimpse of the state of the nation, on the twenty-second of February, 1814, :being the eighty-first anniversary of the birth of Washington; or A physico-politico-theologico, lucubration upon the wonderful properties of nitrous oxide, or the newly discovered exhilarating gas, in its effects upon the human mind, and body; as they were exhibited, by actual experiment, on the evening of the twenty-third instant. Philadelphia [Pa.], :Published by Moses Thomas, (J. Maxwell, printer.), Feb. 28. 1814. 22, [2] p. ;21 cm (8vo)
In the House of Representatives of Pennsylvania. Friday, January 19, 1815. :The House having resolved itself into a committee of the whole, on the report of the Committee on the Militia System, read on the 16th instant, and the same being under consideration, ... [Harrisburg, Pa. :s.n., 1815] 4 p. ;21 cm (8vo)
General proofs that the Second Advent of the Lord hath taken place: :and also, the essential doctrines of His new kingdom stated. A sermon delivered in the Unitarian Chapel, Warwick, on Tuesday evening, October 9, 1792. By J. Proud, N.H.M. To which is added, Dr. Beyer's memorial on the writings of E. Swedenborg, to, and by order of, the King of Sweden. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for a member of the New Jerusalem Church, and for the use of the society--by Lydia R. Bailey., 1815. 43, [1] p. ;17 cm (12mo)
The Gentleman's annual pocket remembrancer. For the year 1813. :Containing an almanac. Ruled pages for memorandums observations and engagements; & for a cash account. Government of the U.S. executive, legislative and judiciary. Departments at the seat of government. General establishments. Duties on goods imported. A list of the navy and army. Several useful tables, &c. To be continued annually. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Published by W.Y. Birch, No. 37, south Second St. and Bradford and Inskeep Philadelphia, and Inskeep and Bradford, New York. Where is published also, The american lady's pocket book., [1812] 204 p. ;12 cm (24mo)
The American songster, or Gentleman's vocal companion. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed and published by John Bioren, No. 88, Chesnut-Street., 1813. 90 [2] p. ;15 cm (12mo)
Lines on the unfortunate persons who were drowned in the Delaware, on their passage from Trenton to Philadelphia, March 19th 1815. By Elizabeth Brown. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for the author., 1815. 8 p. ;22 cm (8vo)
La femme chimère, :comédie en cinq actes et envers, par F. Peyre Ferry. Philadelphie [i.e. Philadelphia, Pa.], :Chez A.J. Blocquerst, imprimeur 6me. rue Sud, No 150., 1812. [4], 106, [2] p. ;21 cm (8vo)
The Power of truth. To which is added, Jack Covey, and The highwayman reclaimed. :(An authentic history of a poor villager.) [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Published by "The Religious Tract Society of Philadelphia," and for sale at their depository, No. 8, South Front-street. William Bradford--agent., [between 1816 and 1820] 12 p. ;20 cm (12mo)
Erzählung von Peter und Johann Hay, :nebst Bemerkungen so von Brennern, Verkäufern und Liebhabern geistiger Getränte erwogen zu werden verdienen. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :[Gedruckt bey Conrad Zentler] Zu haben bey Benjamin und Thomas Kite, No. 20, in der Norder Dritten Strasse: und zum Verkauf bey Salomon W. Conrad, No. 87, Kimber und Sharpless, No. 93, und Johann Richardson, No. 31, in der Marktstrasse., 1819. 24 p. ;19 cm (12mo)
Addresse an die Unabhängigen Republicaner von Schuylkill Caunty. :Frunde [sic] und Mitbürger. Die Zeit nahet stark heran da ihr werden geruffen werden, euer schätzbarstes Vorrecht auszuüben ... [Reading, Pa. :Gedruckt bey Carl Augustus Bruckman, 1817] 22, [2] p. ;18 cm (12mo)
Feierliche Warnung für alle Erdenbewohner nach einem ausdrücklichen Befehl Gottes des Herrn, :in einem ausserordentlichen Gesicht und wunderbaren- Offenbarung durch vernehmliche Zeichen und Wunder erheilt worden an Nimrod Hughes von Washington Caunty, in Virginien. Welchem die schreckliche Pflicht auferlegt und eingeschärft worden, dasselbe kundbar zu machen; durch mancherley Ermahnungen und harte Züchtigungen des Allerhöchsten, während eines Zeitraums von zehen Monaten und Neun Tagen in ungerechter und strenger Einkerkernng [sic] zu Abington, worinnen ihm gezeigt worden, dass die gewisse Ausrottung eines Drittheils des Menschen, so wie solches in der heiligen Schrift prophezeihet worden, stattfinden soll am 4ten Tag des Monats Junii 1812. Norristaun [Pa.]: :Gedruckt [bey David Saur?] im Jahr, 1812. 21, [3] p. :ill. ;20 cm (8vo)
Poems. By Lord Byron. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by Moses Thomas, No. 52, Chesnut-Street. William Fry, printer., 1813. [9], 14-261, [1] p. ;14 cm (12mo)
Paradise lost: :a poem, in twelve books. The author, John Milton. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by Mitchell, Ames, and White. William Brown, printer, Prune street., 1818. [4], vii, [4], 4-426 p., [2] leaves of plates :ill. ;15 cm (12mo)
The pilgrim's progress from this world to that which is to come. :Delivered under the similitude of a dream. John Bunyan. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by B. and T. Kite, No. 20, North Third Street. Griggs & Dickinson, printers., 1814. 304+ p., [4] leaves of plates :ill., port. ;17 cm.
Siebenter Bericht der Bibel-Gesellschaft in Philadelphia. :Der Gesellschaft vorgelesen, am 3ten May, 1815. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Gedruckt, auf Veranstaltung der Gesellschaft, von Conrad Zentler., 1815. 31, [1] p. ;24 cm (8vo)
Addresse der correspondirenden Committee von Berks Caunty, an die republicanischen Bürger der Caunty Berks. :Mitbürgers, Bestellt als eine correspondirende Committee für Berks Caunty von der Delegaten-Convention, zu Harrisburg, welche am 4ten leztern März William Findlay als den democratisch republicanischen Candidaten für das Amt eines Gouvernörs einmüthig anempfohlen, ... [Reading, Pa. :Gedruckt bey Johann Ritter und Comp., 1817] 8 p. ;23 cm (8vo)
The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, :translated from the original tongues; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Stereotyped by B. and J. Collins. Hartford, Conn. :Published by Sheldon and Goodrich., 1817. 209, [1] p. ;15 cm (12mo)
The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, :translated from the original tongues; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Stereotyped by B. and J. Collins. New-York [N.Y.]: :Published by Collins & Hannay, No. 230 Pearl Street., [between 1817 and 1834] 209, [1] p. ;15 cm (12mo)
The Psalms of David, in metre. :According to the version used in the Church of Scotland. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for J. M'Culloch, No. 1, North Third-Street., August, 1803. 303, [1] p. ;11 cm (32mo)
The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, :newly translated out of the original Greek; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by Lydia R. Bailey, and sold wholesale and retail, at her printing-office, No. 10, North Alley., 1810. [300] p. ;19 cm (12mo)
The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments: :translated out of the original tongues; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by Mathew Carey, No. 122, High-Street., 1806. [816] p. ;17 cm (12mo)
Mortality. :An account of the baptisms and burials in the United Churches of Christ Church and St. Peter's, by Matthew Whitehead and John Gover, clerks---Joseph Dolby and James Barker, sextons. Also--an abstract of the baptisms and burials of the various congregations in the city and suburbs of Philadelphia, from December 25, 1800, to December 25, 1801. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :John Ormrod, printer., [1801] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;32 x 20 cm
From our Yearly-Meeting held in London, by adjournments, from the 19th to the 28th of the 5th month, 1802, inclusive. :To the Yearly Meeting of Friends in Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n., 1802] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;34 x 21 cm
From our Yearly-Meeting held in London, by adjournments, from the 19th to the 28th of the 5th month, 1802, inclusive. :To the Yearly Meeting of Friends in Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n., 1802] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;34 x 21 cm
The physicians of the Charleston Dispensary, to the patients of that institution. :The smallpox is now so prevalent, that danger is to be apprehended by all those who have no security against it. ... [Charleston, S.C. :s.n., 1802] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;34 x 12 cm
To make soup of vermicelli, maccaroni and other kinds of paste. :Directions. Take a pound or two of meat or a fowl, and boil it as usual, when the meat or fowl is sufficiently boiled, ... [Philadelphia, Pa.] :T.S. Manning, printer, 41, Chesnut Street, Philadelphia., [1802] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;22 x 14 cm
To be sold, on Tuesday, July 6th, at Beula, Somerset county, Pennsylvania, the following real property in lots: :Lot no. 1. A tract of 415 acres and 36 perches, with allowance, situate about three miles from Beula, ... All the property will be sold to the highest bidder. The sale to commence at eleven o'clock A.M. The terms of payment one fourth cash; the remainder as it may suit the purchaser within seven years-- interest and mortgage given for the amount. Such as can pay cash for the whole, shall have ten per cent. deducted on the last instalment. Unexceptionable titles will be given, no ground rent required, and the lands, &c. may be seen at any time, ... Thomas W. Jones. May 29, 1802. [Greensburg, Pa.] :Printed by Snowden & M'Corkle, in Greensburg., [1802] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;34 x 21 cm
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Kennebeck, ss. To Amos Partridge, keeper of the prison in Augusta, and County of Kennebeck aforesaid. :We the subscribers, two of the justices of the peace for the said County of Kennebeck, and each of us of the quorum, hereby certify, that [blank] a poor prisoner confined upon execution for debt, in the gaol at Augusta aforesaid, hath caused [blank] the creditor, at whose suit he was so confined, to be notified according to law, of his the said [blank] desire of taking the benefist of ac act, intitled "An act for the relief of poor prisoners who are committed by execution for debt;" that in our opinion the said [blank] hath not any estate, either real or personal, sufficient to support himself in prison, and that he hath not conveyed or concealed his estate with design to secure the same to his own use, or to defraud his creditors, and that we have, after due caution to the said [blank] administered to him the oath prescribed in the act aforesaid. Witness our hands and seals this [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini [blank] [Maine :s.n., not after 1802] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;30 x 19 cm
Know all men by these presents, that we [blank] :are holden and stand firmly bound and obliged unto [blank] in the sum of [blank] to be paid unto the said [blank] executors, administrators or assigns: to which payment, well and truly to be made, [blank] bind [blank]sel[blank] heirs, executors and administrators, firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals, dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and [blank] The condition of the above-written obligation is such, that if the above-bounden [blank] now a prisoner in the commonwealth's gaol in [blank] within the county of [blank] at the suit of [blank] shall, from the time of the execution of this bond, continue a true prisoner, in the custody of the gaoler, and within the limits of the said gaol, until he shall be lawfully discharged, without committing any manner of escape; then the above-written oblication shall be null; otherise it shall remain in full force and virtue. Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [Maine :s.n., not after 1804] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;31 x 19 cm
Kennebec, ss. To [blank] Esq. one of the justices of the peace within and for the said county. :Whereas [blank] of [blank] in the county of [blank] now a prisoner in the gaol in Augusta, in said county of Kennebec, standing committed by force of an execution which issued from the [blank] on a judgment recovered by [blank] complains to me the subscriber, keeper of the gaol aforesaid, that he hath not estate sufficient to support himself in prison: I therefore hereby apply to you the said justice, for and in behalf of the said [blank] for that relief which the law provides for poor prisoners who are committed by execution for debt. [blank] keeper of the prison in Augusta. Kennebec, ss. To [blank] in the county of [blank] Greeting. You are hereby notified that [blank] mentioned in the above application, desire to take the privilege and benefit allowed by an act of the commonwealth, entitled, "An act for the relief of poor prisoners who are committed by execution for debt." And that the time and place appointed for the intended caption of the oath or affirmation, prescribed by said act, is on the [blank] day of [blank] next, at [blank] o'clock in the [blank] noon, at the dwelling house of Amos Partridge, ... Given under my hand and seal at Augusta aforesaid, the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our lord one thousand eight hundred and [blank] [blank] Justice of the Peace. [Maine :s.n., not after 1805] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;30 x 19 cm
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Kennebec, ss. To the sheriff of our said county of Kennebec, or either of his deputies, or the constables of the several towns within our said county, or any or either of them, Greeting. :Whereas [blank] on the [blank] day of [blank] A.D. 181[blank] before [blank] Esq. one of our justices of the peace for our county aforesaid, recovered judgment against [blank] for the sum of [blank] dollars and [blank] cents debt or damage, and [blank] dollars and [blank] cents for charges of suit, as to us appears of record, whereof execution remains to be done-- We command you, therefore, that of the money of the said [blank] or of his goods or chattels, within your precinct, at the value thereof in money, you cause to be levied, paid and satisfied unto the said [blank] the aforesaid sums, ... Hereof fail not; and make return of this writ, with your doings therein unto our said justice, within sixty days next coming. Witness our said justice at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and [blank] [blank] justice of the peace. [Maine :s.n., not after 1817] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;16 x 19 cm
In Assembly--March 4, 1802. Committed to the committee of the whole house. :An act, to aid the establishing and opening the Western Lock Navigation. [Albany, N.Y. :s.n., 1802] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;34 x 21 cm
Circular. Treasury Department, December 9th, 1802. Sir, :It having never been the usage of this government to grant sea-letters but in time of war, and then only in consequence of the stipulations in treaties to ascertain our flag to the belligerent parties; the president of the United States is of opinion that the issuing of sea-letters is no longer necessary, except in case where vessels are bound on voyages beyond the Cape of Good Hope. I have therefore to request that you will communicate this decision of the executive to such person as may apply for those documents; and that you will, as heretofore, make application to this office for them, when wanted for vessels going on voyages beyond the Cape of Good Hope. I am, very respectfully, sir, your obedient servant, [blank] [Washington, D.C. :s.n., 1802] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;25 x 21 cm
Connecticut claim. Part 1.Jurisdiction and state's right of soil. [Lancaster, Pa.] :Printed by William Hamilton., [1801] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;42 x 30 cm
Post-Office, Philadelphia, November 21, 1801. Establishment of the mails. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed by Z. Poulson, Junior, No. 106, Chesnut-Street., [1801] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;45 x 27 cm
The Wandering shepherdess. :To which is added, The highland laddie. Banks of the Dee; with The answer. Together with Bold mariners. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n.], Printed in the year 1804. 8 p. :ill. ;17 cm
Bryan & Pyreene. :To which is added, Barbara Allen: and The crafty farmer. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n.], January, 1804. 8 p. :ill. ;17 cm
The Kilmainham minute. Or The execution of Jamey O'Brian. :To which is added, The bowl of egg-nog. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n.], Printed in the year 1807. 6+ p. :ill. ;14 cm
The Two babes in the wood. :To which is added, The sailor's farewel. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n.], December, 1803. 8 p. :ill. ;17 cm
The Maid with elbows bare, a new song. :To which are added, Erin go bragh. The flowers of Edinburgh. Life let us cherish. The way-worn traveller. The little sailor boy. Love and friendship. [Philadelphia, Pa.?] :Printed for the purchasers,, in the year 1803. 8 p. :ill. ;17 cm
The Girl I left behind me, with The answer. :To which are added, The female drummer. The taylor's triumph. Viva la .... A new song. [Philadelphia, Pa.?] :Printed for the purchasers,, in the year 1803. 8 p. :ill. ;17 cm
The Death of Wolfe. Together with Poor Jack and the sequel. :To which are added, The dying swan. The wheel-barrow. Seek the riddle in the skies. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n.], June, 1803. 8 p. :ill. ;17 cm
William & Margaret. :Together with The sailor's journal. To which are added, The miller. Row dow dow. The convent bell. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n.], June, 1803. 8 p. :ill. ;17 cm
The Renowned, celebrated, and famous ballad, called Chevy Chace. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n.], June, 1803. 8 p. :ill. ;17 cm
Leonora and William, a favorite German ballad. [Philadelphia, Pa.?] :Printed for the purchasers,, in the year 1803. 8 p. :ill. ;17 cm
The Gosport tragedy. :To which is added, The banks of the Shannon. Together with The valiant sailor. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n.], July, 1803. 8 p. :ill. ;17 cm
The Happy shepherd with The answer. :To which are added, Corporal Casy. The tempest. The bonny scot. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n.], Printed in the year 1804. 8 p. :ill. ;17 cm
The battle of the kegs. :Together with The Boston launch. To which is added, The soldier tir'd. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n.], July, 1803. 8 p. :ill. ;17 cm
The Sheffield 'prentice. :To which are added, The jovial cruising sailor. America, commerce, & freedom. The Indian chief. Push about the jorum. Ballynamony, oro. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n.], January, 1804. 8 p. :ill. ;17 cm
Sally and Thomas. :Together with The banks of the Dee, with The answer. To which are added, Queen Mary's lamentation. Since he's gone, farewel he. The lovely nymph. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n.], June, 1803. 8 p. :ill. ;17 cm
Captain Glen's unhappy voyage to New-Barbary. :To which is added, The dreadful loss of the Hindostan. Together with The death of Frank Fid. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n.], July, 1803. 8 p. :ill. ;17 cm
The Blithsome bridal, being a humorous description of a wedding. :To which are added, Omnia vincet amor. My Jo Janet. And The prisoner's welcome. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n.], Printed in the year 1804. 8 p. :ill. ;17 cm
The Famous old song of Roger O'Hare. :To which is added, New Tid re I. or The birth of Paddy O'Rafferty, Jun. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n.], Printed in the year 1807. 8 p. :ill. ;14 cm
The Mountains high. :To which are added, Savourna delish shighan oh. Peggy Bawn; with The answer. And Love is the cause of my mourning. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n.], Printed in the year 1804. 4+ p. :ill. ;17 cm
Office of the Classic Press. Philadelphia, November 17, 1803. :The price of imported books having now advanced far beyond all former bounds, whilst the arts of printing, paper-making, &c. are arrived, in the United States, to a degree of perfection not inferior to that of any other country, interest, and every other consideration, seem to unite in calling forth the talents and industry of the artists, and to encourage investment of American capital, ... for republishing useful works of merit, thereby preventing the necessity of importation, ... we have made arrangements for publishing the most valuable European books, on an extensive scale, and for supplying the trade only, ... This establishment will be distinguished by the name of the "Classic Press;" ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1803] [4] p. ;25 cm (4to)
Aurora Office, :The heavy loss sustained by sending the Aurora to country subscribers who have never paid the value thereof, rendered it indispensible to adopt a rule of not sending the Aurora to any person who does not comply with the terms, viz. The Aurora is published daily at Philadelphia, at 8 dollars a year. The Aurora for the country is published at Philadelphia, three days in each week, at 5 dollars a year. The country paper contains all the political information of the daily paper--no charge is made for packing and forwarding the Aurora, which circulates more extensively than any other in the Union. Payment for each must be made in advance--for the daily paper, half yearly if preferred--for the country paper, the whole in advance. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by William Duane, 1803?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;20 x 16 cm
Sales at auction, by Prosser & Moncure, all that valuable assortment of merchandize, belonging to the estate of Israel I. Cohen, :dec. late of this city, on Wednesday the 16th inst. at the store lately occupied by the decedent. The sale will begin precisely at 10 o'clock, and continue from day to day till the whole is sold. Six months credit will be allowed the purchasers for all sums above twenty dollars, on their giving bonds with approved security, to bear interest from the date if not punctually paid. The household and kitchen furniture of the dec. will be sold at the same time, and on the came terms. Richmond, November 7th, 1803. Jacob I. Cohen, adm'r. [Richmond, Va.] :Printed by S. Pleasants, Junior, Richmond., [1803] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;32 x 21 cm
Office of Supervisor of the United States for the District of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, May 13, 1803. :In pursuance of a direction of the act of Congress of the 16th day of March, 1802, entitled "An act to amend an act entitled, 'An act to lay and collect a direct tax within the United States;" this notification is printed and published, in order that it may be known and understood, to and by all persons whom it may concern, ... Tench Coxe, supervisor of the United States for the District of Pennsylvania. An act, to amend an act, entitled "An act to lay and collect a direct tax within the United States. " ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1803] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 31 cm
Office of Purveyor of Public Supplies, No. 11, Prune Street, January 6, 1804. :The purveyor requests that each master tailor will set against each of the numbered lines the quantity of each article in the lines respectively mentioned, which will be required to make the garment to which it relates. ... Note--In cutting out the linen pantaloons, it will be possible to obtain a number of guetres. It will be necessary for the master tailors to state how many singles guetres they will return out of the materials they shall require for every 100 pairs of pantaloons. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1804] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;34 x 21 cm
Mortality. :An account of the baptisms and burials in the United Churches of Christ and St. Peter's, by Matthew Whitehead and Daniel Wythe, clerks: Joseph Dolby and James Barker, sextons. Also, an abstract of the baptisms and burials of the various congregations in the city and suburbs of Philadelphia, from December 25, 1802, to December 25, 1803. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :A. & G. Way, printers, No. 63, North Third Street., [1803] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;31 x 18 cm
Mortality. :An account of the baptisms and burials in the United Churches of Christ and St. Peter's, by Matthew Whitehead and Daniel Wythe, clerks: Joseph Dolby and James Barker, sextons. Also, an abstract of the baptisms and burials of the various congregations in the city and suburbs of Philadelphia, from December 25, 1803, to December 25, 1804. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Thomas L. Plowman, printer, No. 158, Market-Street, Philadelphia., [1804] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;30 x 17 cm
Advertisement. John Mason, chemist & apothecary, :near the first Germantown Turnpike gate from the city, to all dwellers in Philadelphia and elsewhere, sendeth greeting: Be it known to you, men and brethren, that there is danger at this infectious season; ... Philadelphia, 1804--nineteenth century. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1804] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;23 x 12 cm
Class, No. 1. Scheme of a lottery, :to raise part of fifteen thousand dollars, for the purpose of paving the Main-Street of Fredericksburg. ... Tickets to be had by applying to Benjamin Day, David Henderson, and Alexander Duncan. All prizes will be paid thirty days after the drawing is completed; and if not demanded within six months after such last day's drawing, then such prize, not so demanded, shall be considered as gratuitously relinquished for the benefit of the lottery. [Fredericksburg, Va. :s.n., 1804?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;32 x 22 cm
Sir, The president and managers of the Delaware and Schuylkill Canal, have directed me to instituted suits :against such of the stockholders as are liable to pay the arrears dues from them according to the late determination of the Supreme Court; from the treasurer's statement of your account, it appears that on the first of February last, you were so indebted in the amount of [blank] by the immediate payment of this sum and the interest since accrued, to me, at No. 41 Arch-street, or giving for it, and approved note, payable in sixty days, with discount, to Mr. Govett the treasurer, at his office, No. 181 Market-street, you will avoid the trouble and expence of a suit. Your obedt. servt, [blank] Attorney for the canal company. March [blank] 1804. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1804] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;26 x 21 cm
At a numerous and respectable meeting of Republican citizens held at the White Horse Tavern, :the committee appointed to prepare an address to the electors of the first congressional district, report the following, which, after having been read and approved, was ordered to be signed by them, and printed. Address. To the Republicans of the first congressional district of Pennsylvania. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1804] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;48 x 29 cm
The Exile of Erin, Ellen O'Moore; Erin go bragh. Savorna deligh and Pauvre Madelon. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n., 1803?] 8 p. :ill. ;17 cm
Mad Mary. A new song. :To which is added, Rebecca was the fairest maid. All hands ahoy to the anchor. Owen, a favorite song. And Old Simon. [Philadelphia, Pa.?] :Printed for the purchasers,, in the year 1803. 8 p. :ill. ;17 cm
Patrick O'Neal. :To which are added, For lack of gold. William. Mary's dream. The high mettled racer. The female drummer. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n., 1803?] 8 p. ;17 cm
Lady Washington's lamentation. :To which is added, Wounded hussar. Crazy Jane. Death & a lady. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n.], Printed in the year 1805. 8 p. :ill. ;17 cm
Lady Washington's lamentation. :To which is added, Wounded hussar. Crazy Jane. Death & a lady. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n.], Printed in the year 1805. 8 p. :ill. ;17 cm
The Maid with elbows bare, a new song. :To which are added, Erin go bragh. The flowers of Edinburgh. Life let us cherish. The way-worn traveller. The little sailor boy. Love and friendship. [Philadelphia, Pa.?] :Printed for the purchasers,, in the year 1803. 8 p. :ill. ;17 cm
The Girl I left behind me, with The answer. :To which are added, The female drummer. The taylor's triumph. Viva la .... A new song. [Philadelphia, Pa.?] :Printed for the purchasers,, in the year 1803. 8 p. :ill. ;17 cm
Thomas J. Rogers, having purchased the English printing office, lately belonging to Samuel Longcope, :intends publishing, in the borough of Easton, an English newspaper, to be entitled The Northampton farmer, and Easton advertiser. Conditions. ... Those gentlemen who may have subscription papers in their possession, are requested to return them to the editor, at Easton, by the first of December. Easton, November 12, 1805. [Easton, Pa. :Printed by Thomas J. Rogers, 1805] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;33 x 20 cm
Abriss der christlichen Lehre für die evangelische Jugend. [United States :s.n., 1805?] [4] p. ;17 cm
Mortality. :An account of the baptisms and burials in the United Churches of Christ and St. Peter's, by Matthew Whitehead and Daniel Wythe, clerks: Joseph Dolby and George Harding, sextons. Also an abstract of the baptisms and burials of the various congregations in the city and suburbs of Philadelphia. From December 25, 1804, to December 25, 1805. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed by S. Kelley, No. 76, N. Fourth Street., [1805] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;30 x 18 cm
Copie eines Briefs oder eine Antwort auf die Frage: Ob alle Menschen die zur Seelichkeit gelangen, zuvor ins inwendige Leben müssen versezt werden? [Ephrata, Pa.? :s.n., 1805?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;27 x 21cm
Songs, &c. in The siege of Belgrade, :a comic opera, in three acts. (Performed at the New-Theatre, Philadelphia.) [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n.], 1801. 16 p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Mortality. :An account of the baptisms and burials in the United Churches of Christ and St. Peter's, by Matthew Whitehead and Daniel Wythe, clerks: Joseph Dolby and George Harding, sextons. Also, an abstract of the baptisms and burials of the various congregations in the city and suburbs of Philadelphia, from December 25, 1805, to December 25, 1806. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Samuel Kelley, printer., [1806] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;31 x 19 cm
Huzza! Barney forever! :No foreign influence---no foreign spokesman---no foreigner to represent us. A native son, tried in his country's cause, and devoted to her rights & independence, offers himself as a candidate for our suffrages and support, on Monday next, as our representative in Congress. ... Joshua Barney, was the first man that hoisted the American flag in the port of Baltimore; ... Huzza for Barney, he'll keep a steady helm and a good look out, by him our maritime and commercial interests will be faithfully attended to, and wisely presented. A native American. Baltimore, October 4, 1806. [Baltimore, Md. :s.n., 1806] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;27 x 21 cm
To be sold, at public auction, :on Saturday, the 15th day of March inst. at 6 o'clock in the evening, at the Merchants' Coffee House, in the city of Philadelphia, the following valuable real estate, situate in the Northern Liberties of the city of Philadelphia, between Delaware Front Street, and Budd Street, and between Coate's and Brown Streets. ... The sum of £.100 is insured on each house in the court, at the office of the Philadelphia Contribution Company, which by simply renewing the policy every seven years, (without any further premium than what had been advances) operates a perpetual insurance. The property will be sold separate, so as to suit purchasers with only one house. For further particulars apply to Peter A. Brown, No. 128, South Fourth Street. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed by D. Hogan, No. 51, South Third Street., [1806] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;34 x 23 cm
The Marble bust of Washington, by Cirachi, was deposited in Bordeaux before the death of that artist. :It is a most elegant specimen of art, remarkable for strength of expression and exact resemblance; superior even to the one previously executed by Houdon. It is of colossal size. Mr. Lee, our Consul at Bordeaux, has employed an able artist to multiply copies from it in plaister cast, reduced to the size of life. He proposes to have them delivered in America, to subscribers only, at twenty five dollars each, free of cost. We agree to take at the above price the number of said copies affixed to our respective names. [New York, N.Y.? :s.n., 1806] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;21 x 15 cm
Paintings, handsomely framed, for sale, by Andrew Vos, No. 107 North Front-street, Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1806?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;38 x 27 cm
A token for children. :Being an exact account of the conversion, holy and exemplary lives, and joyful deaths of several young children. In two parts. By James Janeway, minister of the Gospel. To which is added some choice sayings of dying saints. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed and sold by R. Aitken, No. 22, Market Street., 1801. 143, [1] p. ;14 cm (12mo)
Proposals for establishing a company, for the purpose of employing the surplus power of the steam-engine erected near the river Schuylkill: :under the title and firm of the Philadelphia Rolling Company. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n., 1801] 3, [1] p. ;34 cm (folio)
Purveyor's Office, Philadelphia, December 9, 1808. :As a number of contracts for muskets, with bayonets, has been made, I take an early occasion to address a letter of information and remarks to all the contractors, which may be useful. The importance of good arms is manifest. ... I have to inform you, that Mr. Charles Williams, formerly of the United States armories in Virginia, at New London and Harper's Ferry, is appointed by the secretary of War to the important duties of proving and inspecting. ... I wish to prevent those evils to the United States, and to you, which would arise for the manufacture of inefficient and exceptionable arms. I am, your most obedient servant, [blank] purveyor of public supplies. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1808] [4] p. ;34 cm (folio)
Mortality. :An account of the baptisms and burials, in the United Churches of Christ and St. Peter's, by John Ormrod and Daniel Wythe, clerks. Joseph Dolby and Hugh Hill, sextons. Also, an abstract of the baptisms and burials of the various congregations in the city and suburbs of Philadelphia, from December 25th, 1807, to December 25th, 1808. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1808] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;30 x 19 cm
Philadelphia, [blank] 1808 :We take the liberty of informing you, that in addition to the manufacture of porter and ale to which of late our attention was exclusively devoted, we have commenced the brewing of strong and table beers, a branch of the manufacture of malt liquor, ... Our brewery being situated to the north-east of the city, for the convenience of such as reside in the middle, southern, or western parts, orders may be left with Mr. P. Geisse, ... Mr. John Scully, ... Mr. Jacob Blackwell, ... or Mr. Charles Barrington, ... Where payment will be received and terms made known to applicants. Applications will also be received by ourselves in person, or at our counting house at the brewery. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1808] [4] p. ;25 cm (folio)
Proposals of Mason L. Weems, Dumfries, for publishing by subscription, The life of George Washington, with curious anecdotes, equally honourable to himself and exemplary to his young countrymen. :Seventh edition greatly improved. By M.L. Weems, formerly rector of Mount-Vernon parish. [Philadelphia? :Mathew Carey?, 1809?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;41 x 34 cm.
On Wednesday, the 1st. day of June, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, will be sold, by public auction, :at the sign of the Cock and Lion, the corner of Coates' and Second Street, Northern Liberties, seven contiguous lots of ground, situate on the west side of Sixth Street and sound side of Hickory Lane, in the Northern Liberties; ... A correct plan of the said lots will be exhibited at the time and place of sale. Conditions will be made known at the time of sale; Andrew Bayard, auct'r. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1808] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;29 x 23 cm
The Wonder of the world. :To be seen at [blank] A young lady, born without hands, and with only three toes, on one foot; who is not so much a subject of wonder and admiration for her great ingenuity and elegance in embroidering artificial flowers fit for framing, and in cutting with rich variety and taste, gentlemen's watch papers, as for the peculiar felicity of her disposition and her entertaining style of conversation, diffusing gaiety all around her; ... Large flowers, &c. for sale by the young lady, at the above place. Admittance, 25 cents--children, half price. [United States :s.n., 1807?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;22 x 20 cm
Died. :In this town, suddenly, on the morning of the 6th inst. Ebenezer Storer, Esq. A.M. A.A.S. and treasurer of Harvard College. ... [Cambridge, Mass.? :s.n., 1807] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;25 x 20 cm
Philadelphia, June 18, 1807. :Mathew Carey's plan and terms of supplying the booksellers throughout the Union, with school and quarto Bibles. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Mathew Carey, 1807] 8 p. ;24 cm (8vo)
Baltimore, [blank] The rage for exchanging books, which has pervaded the United States for several years back, having been complained of by the most respectable of the profession, :as having a tendency to prevent actual sales, and to keep back all those books that the proprietors thought either too new or valuable, to throw into the market, against such articles as the book-fairs have generally been supplied with; has given me an idea that it would have a good tendency, if one book-seller in each large town, was to receive such works for sale, on account of the owners; ... [Baltimore, Md. :s.n., 1807] [4] p. ;25 cm (4to)
Address of the carriers of the United States gazette to their patrons, on the commencement of the New Year, 1808. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Enos Bronson, 1807] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;50 x 33 cm
To the patrons of Relf's Philadelphia gazette, on the commencement of the year 1808. By the carriers. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Samuel Relf, 1807] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;50 x 29 cm
A catalogue of fruit & forest trees, flowering shrubs, and plants, :for sale by William and Benjamin Prince, at Flushing-Landing, on Long-Island, near New-York. [New York, N.Y.] :New-York, February, 1808.--Printed by T. & J. Swords, No. 160 Pearl-Street., [1808] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;56 x 46 cm
Important and alarming information. :A letter from the Hon. Timothy Pickering, a senator of the United States, from the state of Massachusetts, exhibiting to his constituents, a view of the imminent danger of an unnecessary and ruinous war, addressed to his Excellency James Sullivan, governor of said state. City of Washington, Feb. 16, 1808. Providence [R.I.]: :Printed by John Carter., [1808] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ;52 x 32 cm
Mortality. :An account of the baptisms and burials in the United Churches of Christ Church and St. Peter's, by Matthew Whitehead and Daniel Wythe clerks: Joseph Dolby and James Barker, sextons. Also, an abstract of the baptisms and burials of the various congregations in the city and suburbs of Philadelphia, from December 25, 1801, to December 25, 1802. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :T.S. Manning, printer, No. 116, Race-Street., [1802] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;31 x 19 cm
State of the accounts of the Pennsylvania Hospital, :as adjusted by the managers, being a summary of the receipts and payments for the year ending 4th month 25th, 1807, and laid before the contributors at their annual meeting, the 4th of the 5th month, 1807. ... The corporate name of this institution is "The Contributors to the Pennsylvania Hospital." Those citizens or other charitably disposed persons who are desirous to aid it, by legacies, contributions or donations, are requested to attend to this hint, least, by a misnomer, their bequests, &c. should be lost. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed by Bartram and Reynolds, No. 58, North Second Street., [1807] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;51 x 33 cm
Patent cyder, or tobacco press. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1807] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;41 x 26 cm
Sir, I take the liberty to inform you that I intend shortly to put to press a large edition of the common quarto Bible with the Apocrypha, :to be published on the 1st of October, on the following terms to the trade: for 50 copies, 200 cents each, in sheets. 100 do. 175 cents each, do. Three months credit allowed, on note. Those who subscribe for one hundred copies, shall have their names in the imprint. Those who prefer them bound, shall have them in that state, lettered and filleted, for 75 cents each additional. The engravings, 30 in number, which are used for these coarse copies, may be had for 62 1-2 cents each set. with them the Bible is sold for 525 cents. ... Your obedient humble servant, Mathew Carey Philadelphia, June 16, 1806. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Mathew Carey, 1806] [4] p. ;24 cm (4to)
Plan for "a land-loan company for the United States." [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., ca. 1805] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;42 x 34 cm
Dearborn's system for weighing with ease, dispatch, and precision; :purchased for half the cost, and used with half the labor, of scales and weights. ... Gold standard balances for banks, and hydrostatic balances for detecting counterfeit coins, both constructed upon a different application of principles, from any thing of the kind heretofore known, are furnished by B. Dearborn near the western end of the Theatre, Boston. [Boston, Mass.] :Gilbert & Dean, printers, State-Street, Boston., [1804] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;51 x 32 cm
To the Democratic citizens of the county of Philadelphia. :Fellow citizens, Attempts are making to distract and to divide you. Men, professing to be of your principles, and others who are hostile to them, both unite in a common object, which if successful, must end in the disorganization and consequent ruin of the Democratic cause. ... [Philadelphia, Pa.]Printed by R. Cochran, No. 108, Race-street., [1803] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;53 x 42 cm
Erndte-Lied. [Pennsylvania? :s.n., ca. 1805?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;27 x 24 cm
1807. To the patrons of Relf's Philadelphia gazette, by the carriers. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Samuel Relf, 1806] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;53 x 43 cm
The Carriers of Relf's Philadelphia gazette, to its patrons. January 1st, 1810. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Samuel Relf, 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;49 x 34 cm
The Carriers of Relf's Philadelphia gazette, to their patrons, 1811. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Samuel Relf, 1810] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;50 x 34 cm
Address of the carriers of Relf's Philadelphia gazette, on the commencement of the year, 1812. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Samuel Relf, 1811] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;55 x 44 cm
Address of the carriers of Relf's Philadelphia gazette, to their patrons, on the commencement of the year, 1813. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Samuel Relf, 1811] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;50 x 34 cm
Address of the carriers of Relf's Philadelphia gazette, to their patrons, on the commencement of the year, 1814. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Samuel Relf, 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;55 x 45 cm
Address of the carriers of Relf's Philadelphia gazette, to their patrons, on the commencement of the year 1815. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Samuel Relf, 1814] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;50 x 34 cm
Address of the carriers of Relf's Philadelphia gazette, to it's patrons, on the commencement of the year 1816. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Samuel Relf, 1815] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;50 x 34 cm
The Carriers of Poulson's American daily advertiser respectfully present to its patrons the following address on the commencement of the year 1803. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Zachariah Poulson, 1802] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;45 x 15 cm
Address of the carriers of Poulson's American daily advertiser, to its patrons, on the commencement of the year 1805. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Zachariah Poulson, 1804] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;34 x 20 cm
The Address of the carriers of Poulson's American daily advertiser, to its patrons, on the commencement of the year 1807. [Philadelphia, Pa.Printed by Zachariah Poulson, 1806] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;47 x 28 cm
The Address of the carriers of Poulson's American daily advertiser, to its patrons, on the commencement of the year 1810. [Philadelphia, Pa.Printed by Zachariah Poulson, 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;45 x 27 cm
Address of the carriers of Poulson's American daily advertiser, to its patrons, on the commencement of the year 1811. [Philadelphia, Pa.Printed by Zachariah Poulson, 1810] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;35 x 21 cm
The Address of the carriers of Poulson's American daily advertiser, to its patrons, on the commencement of the year 1816. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Zachariah Poulson, 1815] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;50 x 33 cm
The Carriers' address to the patrons of the American, for the year 1804. [Baltimore, Md. :Pechin and Frailey, 1803] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;46 x 28 cm
An Address of the carriers of the "True American and commercial advertiser." To its patrons, on the commencement of the year 1808. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Thomas Bradford, 1807] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;41 x 33 cm
Address of the carriers of the True American & commercial advertiser, to their patrons, on the commencement of the new year, 1810. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Thomas Bradford, 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;50 x 33 cm
Address of the carriers of the True American & commercial advertiser, to their patrons, on the commencement of the year January 1, 1811. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Thomas Bradford, 1810] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 28 cm
Address of the carriers of the True American & commercial advertiser, to its patrons, on the commencement of the new year January 1, 1812. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Thomas Bradford, 1811] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;48 x 32 cm
Address of the carriers of the True American & commercial advertiser, to its patrons, on the commencement of the new year January 1, 1813. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Thomas Bradford, 1812] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;41 x 26 cm
Address of the carriers of the True American and commercial advertiser, to their patrons, on the commencement of the new year January 1, 1814. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Elliot and Stiles, 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 26 cm
Address of the carriers of the "True American & commercial advertiser," to its patrons, on the commencement of the new year, 1815. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Elliot and Stiles, 1814] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;50 x 34 cm
Address of the carriers of the United States gazette to their patrons, on the commencement of the New Year, January 1, 1810. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Enos Bronson, 1810] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 29 cm
The Address of the carriers of the United States' gazette to their patrons, on the commencement of the year 1812; :wishing them a Happy New Year, long life, contentment, competency, and better times. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Enos Bronson, 1811] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 34 cm
Address of the carriers of the United States' gazette, to their patrons, on the commencement of the New Year--1813. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Enos Bronson, 1812] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 28 cm
Address of the carriers of the United States' gazette to their patrons, on the commencement of the New Year, January 1, 1814. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Enos Bronson, 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 30 cm
Address of the carriers of the United States' gazette to their patrons, on the commencement of the New Year, January 1, 1815. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Enos Bronson, 1814] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 30 cm
Address of the carriers of the United States' gazette to their patrons, on the commencement of the New Year, January 1, 1816. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Enos Bronson, 1815] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 33 cm
The Carriers of the Freeman's journal and Philadelphia mercantile advertiser, to their patrons, on the commencement of the New Year. January 1, 1810. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by M'Corkle and Elliot, 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;50 x 35 cm
Address of the carriers of the Freeman's journal, and Philadelphia mercantile advertiser, to their patrons, on the commencement of the New Year, 1812. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by William M'Corkle, 1811] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;45 x 27 cm
Address of the carriers of the Freeman's journal and Philadelphia mercantile advertiser, to their patrons on the commencement of the New Year, one thousand eight hundred and thirteen. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by William M'Corkle, 1812] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 30 cm
Address of the carriers of the Freeman's journal, and Philadelphia mercantile advertiser, to their patrons on the commencement of the New Year, one thousand eight hundred and fourteen. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by William M'Corkle, 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 30 cm
Address of the carriers of the Freeman's journal, and Philadelphia mercantile advertiser, to their patrons on the commencement of the New Year, one thousand eight hundred and fifteen. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by William M'Corkle, 1814] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 28 cm
Address of the carriers of the Freeman's journal and Philadelphia mercantile advertiser, to their patrons on the commencement of the New Year, one thousand eight hundred and sixteen. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by William M'Corkle, 1815] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;45 x 28 cm
Address of the carriers of the Political and commercial register. To their patrons, on the commencement of the New Year January 1, 1811. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by William Jackson, 1810] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;40 x 33 cm
At a crisis, when the fate of the American people rests upon councils widely different from those, which planned and achieved their independence, :the carriers of the Political and commercial register. Respectfully present to their patrons, as a substitute for their annual address, the following tribute to the great Father of his County. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by William Jackson, 1811] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;39 x 31 cm
Address of the carriers of the Political and commercial register, to their patrons, on the commencement of the year 1813. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by William Jackson, 1812] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 29 cm
Address of the carriers of the Political and commercial register. To their patrons, on the commencement of the year 1814. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by William Jackson, 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;46 x 27 cm
Address of the carriers of the Political and commercial register, to their patrons, on the commencement of the New Year. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by William Jackson, 1814] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 30 cm
Address of the carriers of the Political and commercial register, to their patrons, on the commencement of the New Year, January 1, 1816.. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by William Jackson, 1815] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;44 x 25 cm
The Carriers' address to the patrons of the Tickler, on the commencement of the New Year, January 1, 1810. [Philadelphia, Pa.,Printed by George Helmbold, 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;50 x 34 cm
Address of the carriers of the Tickler, to their patrons, on the commencement of the New Year, 1811. [Philadelphia, Pa.,Printed by George Helmbold, 1810] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;54 x 43 cm
Address of the carriers of the Tickler to their patrons, on the commencement of the New Year, 1812. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Published by George Helmbold.] D. Heartt, printer, Marshall's alley., [1811] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;56 x 45 cm
Address of the carriers of the Tickler, to their patrons, on the commencement of the New-Year, 1813. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Published by Henry K. Helmbold, 1812] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;49 x 34 cm.
Address of the carrier of the Tickler, to his patrons, on the commencement of the year, 1814. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Published by Henry K. Helmbold, 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;57 x 46 cm
Address of the carriers of the Evening star, to their patrons, on the commencement of the year 1811. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by William F. M'Laughlin, 1810] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :Ill. ;33 x 20 cm
The News-boy's address, to the patrons of the Hornet. [Frederick, Md. :Printed by M.E. Bartgis, 1810] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;33 x 21 cm
New Year's address of the carrier of the Herald. January 1st, 1814. [Frederick, Md. :Printed by John P. Thomson, 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;29 x 20 cm
The carriers address, to the patrons of the Western courier. [Louisville, Ky. :Printed by Nicholas Clarke, 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;32 x 20 cm
The Address of the carrier's, to the patrons of The Enquirer. Richmond, Christmas, 1809. [Richmond, Va. :Printed by Ritchie & Worsley, 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;44 x 27 cm
The News carriers' address to the patrons of the Virginia Argus, December 25, 1813. [Richmond, Va. :Printed by Samuel Pleasants, 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;34 x 27 cm
Address, from the carrier of The Visitor, to his patrons. [Wilkes-Barre, Pa. :s.n., 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;28 x 24 cm
Carriers' address to the patrons of the Baltimore patriot & evening advertiser. [Baltimore, Md. :Printed by Ebenezer French & Co., 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;38 x 24 cm
Address of the carriers of the New-York gazette, to their patrons. January 1st, 1814. [New York, N.Y. :Printed by Lang and Turner, 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;38 x 18 cm
1814. The carriers' address, to the patrons of the Supporter. [Chillicothe, Ross County, Ohio :Printed by Nashee & Denny, 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;41 x 33 cm
The Carriers of the American Democratic herald, to their patrons on the commencement of the New Year: January 1, 1815. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Andrew C. Mitchell, 1814] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 28 cm
Address of the carriers of the Corrector and American weekly review to their patrons on the commencement of the year 1815. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by James Fullen and L.P. Frank, 1814] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;50 x 34 cm
New-Year's address of the carriers of the Evening post, to their kind patrons. [United States :s.n., 1815] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;30 x 23 cm
The News-boy's address, to his patrons. January 1, 1816. [United States :s.n., 1815] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;45 x 15 cm
Gazette carrier's New Year address to his patrons. January 1, 1816. [United States :s.n., 1815] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;28 x 24 cm
Dancing academy. :Mr. Trigant & son, have the honor to inform their friends and the public in general, of their arrival in this city, with the intention of opening a dancing academy, on Monday, the 9th of October next, in Market-street, at No. 294, between Eight and Ninth-streets, ... Mr. Trigant resides at No. 152, Pine-street, between Fifth and Sixth-streets. All persons who wish to have private lessons, by calling there, shall be punctually attended to. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :W. M'Culloch, printer., [1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;8 x 13 cm
Philadelphia, [blank] 1809. Sir, His Excellency the governor having commissioned our Peter Kuhn, an auctioneer for this city, :we beg leave to trouble you with this address, to make known that we have taken the auction stores lately occupied by Mr. T.B. Freeman, and that we are now prepared to execute the duties of auctioneers and commission merchants. Should you be pleased to commit any business to our charge, permit us to assure you, that our best exertions will be used for your interest, and confidently flatter ourselves to merit a continuance of your friendship. Respectfully, your very obt. servants, [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1809] [4] p. ;26 cm (4to)
New-York, 15th April, 1809. We take the liberty of informing you, that we have entered into copartnership in this city, :for the purpose of transacting commission business. Our capital and attention will be employed and directed to this branch of trade; accordingly, should you have any commands here, our best exertions shall be used to promote your interest. For further information concerning us, we beg leave to refer you to our friends, ... We entreat your attention to the signatures or our firm. And are, you obedient servants, March & Benson. The signature of Charles March, [blank] of Robert Benson, jun. [blank] [New York, N.Y. :s.n., 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;25 x 20 cm
Tavern rates, as fixed by the Court of General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, :at [blank] in and for the county of [blank] of the term of [blank] one thousand eight hundred and [blank] ... Seventeenth section of the Act concerning inns and taverns. Be it enacted, that it shall be the duty of the said courts, and they are hereby respectively empowered and directed, at every of their Spring Sessions hereafter, to ascertain the rates and prices of the several liquors, meat and entertainment for man, ... [blank] clerk [New Brunswick, N.J. :s.n., 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;32 x 20 cm
Mortality. :An account of the baptisms and burials, in the United Churches of Christ-Church, St. Peter, and St. James. By the clerks and sextons of the said churches. Also, an abstract of the baptisms and burials of the various congregations in the city and suburbs of Philadelphia. From December 25th, 1808, to December 25th, 1809. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;32 x 19 cm
Mortality. :An account of the baptisms and burials, of the United Episcopal Churches of Christ Church, St. Peter, and St. James. By the clerks and sextons of the said churches. Also, an abstract of the baptisms and burials of the various congregations in the city and suburbs of Philadelphia, from December 25th, 1810, to December 25th, 1811. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1811] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;33 x 20 cm
Mortality. :An account of the baptisms and burials, of the United Episcopal Churches of Christ, Church [sic] St. Peter, and St. James. By the clerks and sextons of the said churches. Also, an abstract of the baptisms and burials of the various congregations in the city and suburbs of Philadelphia. From December 25th, 1811, to December 25th, 1812. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1812] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;32 x 20 cm
Circular.) Treasury Department, May 4th, 1810. :Sir, You will herewith receive a printed copy of an Act concerning the commercial intercourse between the United States and Great-Britain and France, and their dependencies; and for other purposes. The instructions formerly given respecting the execution of provision of a similar nature being applicable to the two first sections of the act, it is only necessary to observe that the exclusion from the harbors or waters under the jurisdiction of the United States embraces (subject only to the exceptions made by the act) every description of British or French armed vessels, whether public or private, and whether sailing with or without a commission authorizing the capture of vessels. All the other restrictions on the commercial intercourse with France or Great Britain, not previously repealed, have expired on the first instant. I am, very respectfully, sir, your obedient servant, [blank] The collector of the customs for the district of [blank] ... [Washington, D.C. :s.n., 1810] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;34 x 21 cm
New-Year's address of the carrier of the Long-Island star, to his patrons. [Brooklyn, N.Y. :Printed by Thomas Kirk, 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;34 x 21 cm.
The subscribers offer for sale or lease, the following lands, on Pennsylvania warrants of the year 1785, :jointly to T. Pickering, S. Hodgdon, D. Ingraham junr. and T. Coxe. They are on the waters of Sandy Lick or Red Bank creek, Mogulbucktitum or Stumpcreek, and the Pine creek branch thereof, sometimes called Mahoning. Ther terms of payment will be made to suit industrious settlers. ... Apply in Philadelphia, to Samuel Hodgdon, and Tench Coxe. At Wenham, in Massachusetts, to Timothy Pickering. Trustees and part owners. September 28th, 1810. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n., 1810] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;35 x 22 cm.
Book-Store--No. 77, State-Street, Boston, and printing-office, north side of the Market House. :About three years have now elapsed since the business of the subscriber has been conducted on a plan in part novel and before unattempted: ... [Boston, Mass. :Printed by Joseph Bumstead, 1810] [4] p. ;25 cm (4to)
XI. In Senate of the United States. December 9th, 1811. :Mr. Giles, from the committee on that part of the message of the president of the United States, as concerns the relations between the United States and France and Great Britain, reported, in part, the following bill, which was read and passed to the second reading. A bill for the establishment of a Quarter-master's Department. ... [Washington, D.C. :s.n., 1811] 6 p. ;34 cm (folio)
Philadelphia, [blank] 181[blank] Sir, A [blank] meeting of the president and directors of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, will be held at the academy, on [blank] the [blank] at [blank] o'clock, P.M. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1811] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;26 x 20 cm
[blank] Philadelphia, [blank] 18[blank] Bought of Mathew Carey wholesale & retail bookseller & stationer, No 122 Market Street, [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Bower sct., [not after 1811] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;13 x 21 cm
Address of the carrier of The Bureau to his patrons, on the commencement of the New Year, 1813. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Dennis Heartt, 1812] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;34 x 21 cm
Home made and other supplies. :Public notice is hereby given, that proposals will be immediately, and at all times, received at this office, for every description of public supply and public work, for every part of the Union, such as coat cloths, ... with such other home manufactured and imported goods, as are usually employed in the military service, also, making up clothing, fully and dying. Tench Coxe, purveyor of public supplies. Purveyor's Office, Philadelphia, January 27, 1812. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1812] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;26 x 21 cm
The first American edition of that scarce and much admired performance, the poetical works of the celebrated Allan Ramsay; :with the beautiful poem of Christ's kirk on the green; by King James the First: enlarged and explained by the author of these poems; also Lieutenant Hamilton's Epistles to Ramsay. Conditions. The work will be published in one large duodecimo volume,--printed on superior paper and good type. It shall be delivered to subscribers at $1 25 in boards:-- or $1 50 bound, payable on delivery. As soon as a sufficient number of subscribers are obtained, it shall be put to press, and finished with all convenient speed. Subscribers' names. Residence. Number of copies. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1813?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;23 x 19 cm
Ninth Regiment--New-York State Artillery. Regimental orders. New-York, November 1, 1813. :In obedience to brigade orders of this date, the regiment is directed to parade at the Battery, on Wednesday next, the 3d inst. in complete uniform, so as the line may be formed at 10 o'clock, A.M. The line will be reviewed [at] half past 10 o'clock by the Major General. The hulk which has been prepared as a target for practice, will be anchored in the stream, at the distance of 1000 yard from the Battery. As the troops are on this occasion to exhibit their skill in gunnery, they will fire with deliberation from right to left in succession, ... Daniel D. Smith, Maj. commanding. By order, [blank] Capt. & Adjutant. [New York, N.Y. :s.n., 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;24 x 21cm
Prospectus of a route proposed to be established between the cities of New-York and Philadelphia. :A steam boat, drawing two feet six inches water, to ply between New-York and the Mineral Spring, at Tinton Falls, or within three-fourths of a mile of it, on North Shrewsbury River--to go and return every day. A line of stages to run between that and Philadelphia, to go by the way of Freehold to Mount Holly, and thence to Camden, or into Philadelphia, making in all about 53 miles land carriage, over one of the best roads, ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1814] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ;35 x 21 cm
Fourth Military District. Head quarters, Philadelphia, August 26, 1814. :General orders. The militia of the city of Philadelphia, who have volunteered their services, and the militia who have been drafted, detailed and organized, under the requisition of the president of the United States, of the fourth of July last, and general orders of the commander in chief of Pennsylvania, of the twenty-second of the same month, will parade this morning at ten o'clock, in Sixth-street, right on Chesnut-street, equipped completely for the field. By order of General Bloomfield. William Duane, Adjutant General. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1814 1 sheet ([1] p.). ;34 x 21 cm
Sir, The unexpected and as we believe unprecedented course adopted by our opponent Stephen Kingston, makes it necessary, :and we trust will plead with you as our apology for the liberty we are now about to take. Stephen Kingston, we have just been informed, has had a petition presented to the House of Representatives, which, as we area advised by our counsel, (if granted,) will materially affect the action which is now pending, and was marked for trial, and the jury actually struck by the parties in the District Court, (for this present December term, 1815). ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1815] [4] p. ;26 cm (4to)
Extracts from the minutes of our yearly meeting, held in Philadelphia, by adjournments, from the seventeenth of the fourth month, to the twenty-second of the same, inclusive, 1815. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1815] 3, [1] p. ;33 cm (folio)
Resolutions of the board of trustees of the Associate Church in Walnut-street, respecting letting the pews of said church, and interments in the burying ground belonging thereto. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1815] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;33 x 21cm
Circular. Treasury Department, June 5th, 1815. :Sir, The information communicated to this department induces me again to express a desire, that, in the execution of the collection law, you will pay particular attention to those sections ... that authorise a particular inspection and examination of goods imported, which the collector suspects are not truly invoiced; .... I am, very respectfully, sir, your obedient servant, [blank] secretary of the Treasury. [blank] collector of the customs of the district of [blank] [Washington, D.C. :s.n., 1815] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;25 x 20 cm
Mrs. Bazeley requests the honor of [blank] company at her annual ball on the [blank] May 181[blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., not after 1816] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;13 x 9 cm
Dedication of Washington Hall, October 1, 1816. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1816] [4] p. ;23 cm
Harris & M'Murdo's list of paper and other articles of stationary, :supplied from their wholesale warehouse, Water-Street, Liverpool, or from their mills, near Wrexham. Paper. Warranted unbleached, and equal to the best Kent makers. The letter papers are in the folio or quarto size; hot or cold pressed; gilt or black edged. [New York, N.Y. :s.n., not after 1817] [4] p. ;26 cm (4to)
Birth night ball. :The honor of the company [blank] is requested at a ball on the evening of the 21st instant in celebration of the birth of Genl. Washington Managers Tho. Robinson ... Washington Hall Feby. 13th 1817. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1817] [4] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
The honor of [blank] company is requested at the Birth Night Military Ball, on Saturday, the 22d inst. at the Masonic Hall. Capt. T.I. Wharton, Capt. John Swift, Capt. Thomas Anthony, Lieut. J.B. Dickinson, Lieut. C.G. Childs, Cornet E.S. Fullerton, G. Fairman, Esq. managers. Feburary 17, 1817. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1817] [4] p. ;20 cm (8vo)
License. :Know all men, that I, Oliver Evans, of the city of Philadelphia, have received of [blank] of the county of [blank] the sum of [blank] in full, for license hereby granted to the said [blank] heirs, executors, administrators or assigns, to construct, make, and use, my patented machines and patented improvements in the art of manufacturing flour or meal, as follow, viz. For elvating [sic] grain and meal and conveying the same from one part of the mill to another, and for cooling the meal and attending the bolting-hoppers; for the use of [blank] mill[blank] consisting of [blank] waterwheels, driving not more than [blank] pair of millstones at the same time, situate on [blank] called [blank] for and during my present or any future patent term. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal, this [blank] day of [blank] 181[blank] Sealed and delivered in the presence of us, [blank] (On the other is the eighth plate of the Millwright and miller's guide, published by Oliver Evans, showing the machinery ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., not after 1818] 1 sheet ([2] p.) :ill. ;21 x 26 cm
At a yearly meeting held in Philadelphia by adjournments, from the 20th of the 4th month to the 25th of the same, inclusive, 1818. :23d of the month and 5th of the week. It being believed that circulating information among our members, of the present state of the concern for the civilization of the Indian natives would be useful, the committee on whom that service is now devolved are directed to select such parts of the report read at our last sitting, as may appear to them proper, and have a suitable number printed for distribution. Extracted from the minutes, Samuel Bettle, clerk to the meeting this year. To the yearly meeting. The committee appointed for the gradual civilization, &c. of the Indian natives, report, ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1818] 3, [1] p. ;35 cm (folio)
New-York, Jan. [blank] 1818. Having succeeded Edmund M. Blunt in the wholesale and retail of his nautical publications, permit my soliciting your order. :Where the whole number ordered (including each publication) amounts to fifty copies, a discount of one third is made from retail prices, cash on receipt of the articles.--Less than fifty copies, 25 per cent. The following comprise the list of Mr. Blunt's publications, with the retail prices affixed to each, ... All the above are, and will continue to be, published under the immediate inspection of Mr. Blunt. Respectfully, your obed't serv't, Wm. Hooker, 202 Water, corner of Fulton-street, New-York. [New York, N.Y. :s.n., 1818] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;24 x 21 cm
Know all men, by these presents, that [blank] held and firmly bound unto [blank] :in the sum of [blank] lawful money, current in Pennsylvania, to be paid to the said [blank] or to [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators, or assigns; to which payment well and truly to be made and done [blank] bind [blank] heirs, executors, administrators, and every of them, firmly by these presents. Sealed with [blank] seal dated the [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and [blank] The condition of this obligation is such, that if the above bounden [blank] heirs, executors, or administrators, or any of them, shall and do well and truly pay or cause to be paid unto the above named [blank] or to [blank] certain attorney, executors, administrators, or assigns, the just and full sum of [blank] in like money as aforesaid, at or upon the [blank] day of [blank] without fraud or further delay; then the above obligation to be void and of no effect, otherwise to be and remain in full for and virtue, [blank] Sealed and delivered in the presence of [blank] [Reading, Pa.] :G. Getz, pr. Reading., [not after 1818] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;33 x 20 cm
To the Honourable the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States, in Congress assembled: :the memorial of a Convention of the Friends of National Industry, assembled in the city of New-York, to take into consideration the prostrate situation of our manufacturers, and to petition Congress for their relief and protection; composed of delegates from Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New-York, New-Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, and Ohio. [New York, N.Y. :s.n., 1819] 4 p. ;35 cm (folio)
Dr. Abraham Howell's genuine tetter ointment, prepared and sold by M.E. Howell, at No. 63 North Eighth St. Philadelphia. This ointment cures effectually the tetter, ringworm, scald head, the itch, grubs, pimples, and roughness on the face, and all manner of cutaneous eruptions. ... Price of large boxes, one dollar, or ten dollars per doz. Small do. 50 cents, or five dollars per doz. A liberal discount made to druggists, and those who purchase to sell again. All orders from a distance, (post paid,) accompanied with the cash, will be attended to with despatch. ... Philadelphia, October, 1819. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1819] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;21 x 17 cm
University of Pennsylvania. Commencement. Thursday, July 29th, 1819. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1819] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;22 x 15 cm
Fourth Street Classical Academy. :The course of study in this seminary, embraces the Latin and Greek languages, upon the most approved system, in connexion with the various branches of an English education. Pupils will be prepared not only for any college, but so instructed in reading, writing, arithmetic, English grammar, geography, book-keeping, and mathematics, as shall enable them to enter advantageously upon any mechanical, mercantile, or scientific pursuit. ... A few young gentlemen would be taken into the family and taught at $200 per ann. Tuition alone, $10 50 per quarter. James Wiltbank--principal. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., between 1809 and 1830?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;10 x 13 cm
Tables of difference of latitude and departure: :constructed to every quarter of a degree of the quadrant, and continued from one, to the distance of one hundred miles or chains:-- of logarithms, from 1 to 10,000:-- and of artificial sines, tangents, and secants. Carefully revised and corrected. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed and sold by Joseph & James Crukshank, No. 87, High-Street., 1803. 152 p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Acts and proceedings of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America, A.D. 1794. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Re-printed by Jane Aitken, No. 20, North third Street., 1803. 32 p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Acts and proceedings of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, in the United States of America, A.D. 1794. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Re-printed by Jane Aitken, No. 20, North third Street., 1803. 8 p. ;22 cm (8vo)
The life and travels of the Rev. William P. Earley, :a preacher of the Methodist Episcopal Church, in Nova-Scotia & New-Brunswick, from June 11, 1791, until May 1, 1793. Strasburg [Pa.]: :Printed by Brown & Bowman. (Copy-right secured.), 1803. [2], ii, [1], 6-144 ;14 cm (18mo)
The American repository, and annual register of the United States, for the year 1804. :Containing, lists of the various departments of the federal government, as well as a number of useful tables, necessary to be known in every state of the Union. (To be continued annually.) Philadelphia [Pa].]: :Published by Samuel F. Bradford, No. 4, South Third Street. T.L. Plowman, printer., [1803] [28], 17-46+ p. ;12 cm (24mo)
Longworth's plan of the city of New-York, :accompanied with an alphabetical list of all the streets, lanes, alleys, wharves, public buildings, &c. &c. with their situation in respect to each other, and references for finding them on said plan. [New York, N.Y. :s.n., 1804] 10, [2] p., [1] folded leaf of plates :map ;18 cm (12mo)
A catalogue of novels and romances, for sale by John Conrad & Co. No. 30, Chesnut-Street, Philadelphia; M. & J. Conrad & Co. No. 140, Market-Street, Baltimore; Rapin, Conrad, & Co. Washington City; Somervell & Conrad, Petersburg; and Bonsal, Conrad, & Co. Norfolk. October 15, 1804. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1804] 16 p. ;22 cm (8vo)
A Collection of the most favorite cottillions for the piano forte, violin or German flute, :arranged in setts with figures to each. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Published by G.E. Blake and sold at his Musical Rrepository and Circulating Library, Cooks Building South Third Street Philadelphia. Price 1 dol. 38 cents., [between 1804 and 1809?] [1], 2-29 p. :music ;19 x 26 cm
Address from the carriers of The Democratic press, to their patrons, on the commencement of the year, 1810. [Philadelphia, Pa.Printed by John Binns, 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 29 cm
The Carriers of The Democratic press, to their patrons on the commencement of the New Year, January 1, 1812. [Philadelphia, Pa.Printed by John Binns, 1811] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;55 x 44 cm
The Carriers of The Democratic press to their patrons, on the commencement of the New-Year 1814. [Philadelphia, Pa.Printed by John Binns, 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;50 x 33 cm
The Carriers of The Democratic press to their patrons, on the commencement of the New-Year 1815. [Philadelphia, Pa.Printed by John Binns, 1814] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;45 x 28 cm
The Carriers of The Democratic press, to their patrons, on the commencement of the New-Year 1816. [Philadelphia, Pa.Printed by John Binns, 1815] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;43 x 31 cm
The Carriers of The Democratic press to their patrons. [Philadelphia, Pa.?Printed by John Binns?, 1816?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;46 x 28 cm
New-Year's address, from the carrier of the Troy gazette to its patrons. January 1, 1810. [Troy., N.Y. :Printed by Lewis and Schermerhorn, 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 27 cm
Watchman's address to the citizens, on the return of Christmas, 1809. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;29 x 23 cm
The Watchman's address, to the citizens of Philadelphia, on the return of Christmas. December 25, 1817. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1817] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;37 x 26 cm
The Watchman's Christmas box. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n., 1817?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;28 x 23 cm
The Watchmen's address to their patrons, on the return of Christmas. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1814] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;38 x 27 cm
The Watchmen of Philadelphia to their patrons on the return of Christmas. 1818. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed by S. Roberts, No. 2, Decatur Street., [1818] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;44 x 29 cm
Meeting of the Democratic Republican conferees, of the state of Delaware. :At a meeting of the Democratic Republican conferees of the state of Delaware, convened in the town of Dover, on the 4th. of august 1807, in pursuance of previous appointment, for the purpose of selecting suitable characters, to be voted for and supported by the Democratic Republicans of the state of Delaware, at the ensuing general election, for the office of governor and representative to Congress; ... [Dover, Del.? :s.n., 1807] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 28 cm
State of the accounts of the Pennsylvania Hospital, :as adjusted by the managers, being a summary of the receipts and payments for the year ending 4th mo. 22d, 1809. ... / Examined and settled, 4th mo. 22d, 1809. Samuel Coates, Pattison Hartshorne. The corporate name of this institution is, "The Contributors to the Pennsylvania Hospital." Those citizens and other charitably disposed persons, who feel desirous to aid it by legacies, contributions, or donations, are requested to attend to this hint, lest by a misnomer, their bequests, &c. should be lost. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed at the Office of the United States' Gazette., [1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;55 x 35 cm
An Authentic and wonderful account of three Jewish children, :(extracted from The religious cabinet.) [Vermont?] :Printed for Benjamin Cole, preacher of the Gospel., [181-?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;47 x 27 cm
Federal meeting. :At a large and respectable meeting of the Federal Republicans of Kent County, at the house of Capt. Jacob Furbee, in the town of Dover, on Thursday the twenty-ninth day of March, anno Domini, one thousand eight hundred and ten ... [Dover, Del. :s.n., 1810] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;39 x 20 cm
A list of a great number of bulbous flowers shrubs, plants, and flower seeds, sold by Daniel Engelman, florist, &c. &c. from Haarlem in Holland, (Since 1795 in Philadelphia,) now living at the place of Mr. George Honey, between Arch and Race-streets and between Second and Third-street from Schuylkill, Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Robert Cochran, printer, No. 108, Race-Street., [not after 1811] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;49 x 30 cm
Family register, :of [blank] who was a son of [blank] a son of [blank] ... The above [blank] died the [blank] His wife [blank] died the [blank] New-Market [Va.]: :Printed and to be had at the printing-office of Ambrose Henkel & Comp. Shenandoah County, Virginia., 1811. 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;58 x 46 cm
Order of procession, at the consecration and dedication of the new Masonic Hall of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania: :to take place on St. John's Day, Monday, June 24th, 1811. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1811 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;57 x 23 cm
State of the accounts of the Pennsylvania Hospital, :being a summary of the receipts and payments for the year, ending the 4th month, 27th, 1811. ... / Examined and settled 4th mo. 27th, 1811. Samuel Coates, Reeve Lewis, Thos. P. Cope. The corporate name of this institution is "The Contributors to the Pennsylvania Hospital." Those citizens, and other charitably disposed persons, who feel desirous to aid it by legacies, contributions, or donations, are requested to attend to this hint, lest by a misnomer, their bequests, &c. should be lost. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1811] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;50 x 36 cm
Purveyor's Office, Philadelphia, Dec. 5th 1811. :The present situation of the United States, impressively suggests a considerate anticipation of the most serious possible exigencies. Though many articles of supply for immediate use are in our public and private stores, tho' many articles are continually imported, tho' breaches of the laws may occasion some supplies in peace and captures may produce some in war, tho' the constant operations of our established manufactories, afford more than we can want of some commodities, yet it appears beneficial and necessary to make an early and universal operation with respect to the exhibition and examination of our local and general resources and capacities. ... Tench Coxe, purveyor of public supplies. Form of a manufacturer's statement. George B. Williams of the township of Northampton, county of Berkshire and state of Massachusetts, makes and sells broad cloths ... Another form of a manufacturer's statement. Philip J. Hahn, No. 33, Washington-street, Winchester, Frederick county, Virginia, makes and sells wool hats ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1811] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;43 x 26 cm
Address, of the carrier of the Columbian, to his patrons. [New York, N.Y. :Printed by Charles Holt, 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 29 cm
Republican and evening ledger The news-boy to his patrons. Savannah, January 1, 1813. [Savannah, Ga. :Printed by John J. Evans, 1812] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;46 x 29 cm
The News-boy's address to the patrons of the Trenton federalist, January 1, 1813. [Trenton, N.J. :Printed by George Sherman, 1812] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;43 x 27 cm
Address of the carrier of Bartgis's Republican gazette, to his patrons, on the commencement of another year. [Frederick, Md. :Printed by Matthias Bartgis, 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;40 x 30 cm
Specification of S. Currie's patent method of tanning. :Take 2 lbs. of [blank] or [blank] pounded fine, and 10 lbs. of [blank] sifted boil them in 16 gallons of water, ... [Pennsylvania :s.n., 181-] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ;41 x 26 cm
Interest the ascendant principle. 230,000 acres of land, for settlers, in the counties of M'Kean and Jefferson, Pennsylvania. :The superiority of the Holland Company's land, in the above counties, have induced them to lay off the above land for settlers only--on which there are already formed two or three settlements, of about 100 families, so that the difficulty usually encountered by the first adventurers, upon back lands, are here removed, though twelve months ago it was an unbroken forest. ... For further particulars, apply to Evert Van Wickle, Esq. at the Holland Company's office, in the town of Instanter, on the above premises, who is authorised to sell and dispose of said land to settlers, or to the subscriber, at Cooper's Ferry, New-Jersey, opposite Philadelphia. Benjamin B. Cooper, attorney in fact. The Holland Company have a few lots of fifty and one hundred thousand acres, adjoining the above land, that will be sold on reasonable credits. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Hall & Pierie, printers, 51, Market-street, Philadelphia., [ca. 1815?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;47 x 29 cm
By John Humes. Real estate. :At the Merchants' Coffee House, on Thursday evening, 6th of July next, at 8 o'clock, the following valuable real estate. A lot of ground, situate on the south side of Spruce-street, between Delaware Fourth and Fifth-streets, on which is erected a three story brick house, No. 158, and two story brick kitchen, frame stable and shed. ... Conditions will be made known at the time of sale. By order of the assignees of Alexander Miller, dec. David Gray, George Heberton, assignees. Joshua & Wm. Lippincott, commission merchants. July 1, 1815. [Philadelphia, Pa. ] :Printed by Thomas T. Stiles, No. 92, south Front-street, 6th door below Walnut., [1815] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;30 x 24 cm
Sheriff's sale. :By virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas, to me directed, will be sold, at public vendue, (by default,) on Wednesday, 4th October, at 7 o'clock in the evening, at the Merchants' Coffee-House; all that certain messuage, plantation and several contiguous tracts, pieces, or parcels of land, situate in the township of Germantown, Also, all that certain three story brick messuage or tenement and lot or piece of ground thereto belonging, situate on the west side of Delaware Fifth-street, between Spruce and Pine-streets, in the city of Philadelphia ... Seized and taken in execution as the property of George Shaw, and to be sold by Jacob Fitler, Sheriff. Sheriff' [sic] Office--September 25th, 1815. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed by John Binns No. 70 Chesnut-street, Philadelphia., [1815] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;45 x 28 cm
Sheriff's sale. :By virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas, to me directed, will be sold at public vendue, on Monday, the 14th instant, at 8 o'clock in the evening, at the Merchants' Coffee House. All that two story stone dwelling house and two contiguous lots or pieces of ground, situate at the north-east corner of Locust and William streets, in the village of Hamilton, ... Seized and taken in execution as the property of Simon Chaudron, and to be sold by Jacob Fitler, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, August 3d, 1815. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed by John Binns, No. 70, Chesnut-street, Philadelphia., [1815] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;28 x 26 cm
Sheriff's sale. :By virtue of a writ of fieri facias, to me directed, will be sold, at public vendue, on Monday, the 6th of September next, at half past seven o'clock in the evening, at the Merchants' Coffee House, 26 shares of commercial bank stock, and the unpaid dividends thereon. Seized and taken in execution as the property of Nicholas Waln, junr. and to be sold by Thomas Truxtun, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Philadelphia, August 30, 1819. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1819] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;36 x 27 cm
The Subsequent lines were composed on hearing of the death of Mary and Charles Burson of Northampton, and Maria and Charlotte Worthington of Wrightstown, Bucks County Pennsylvania-- :while they were amusing themselves on the ice in the Neshamony, were, by the giving way of the ice, precipitated into the stream and unfortunately drowned. [Newtown, Pa.] :David A. Robinson, printer., [ca. 1815] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;45 x 26 cm
Mrs. Bazeley's best respects wait upon M[blank] [blank] :will be happy to have the honour of [blank] company, to a concert, on Saturday evening, the 18th of May, at the Masonic Hall. Philadelphia, May 9, 1816. The musical exercises of the junior class, will take place at the seminary, on Thursday evening, at half past seven P.M. Premiums will be distributed at the seminary, P.M. Specimens of painting, writing, and fancy work, may be seen at the school room, on Friday and Saturday, between the hours of eight and twelves o'clock. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1816] [4] p. ;24 cm (4to)
Confession of Lieutenant Richard Smith, who is now under sentence of death for the murder of Capt. John Carson. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1816] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;45 x 30 cm
To the Senate and House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in General Assembly met, :the petition and memorial of the subscribers, holders of unsatisfied land warrants, respectfully shewith, that your petitioners have paid into the land office, at different times, since the passage and in pursuance of the act for the sale of vacant lands within this commonwealth, passed on the third day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two, large sums of money, the judicious use of which, in the manner directed by the wisdom of successive legislatures, has materially contributed to promote the prosperity of the state, and render unnecessary any call on the people for taxes to supports its government. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1816] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;38 x 25 cm
Sons of Washington, read the following gross & abominable libel upon the father of his country, written by Dr. Michael Leib. :4th March, 1797. ... When a retrospect is taken of the Washingtonian administration for eight years, it is a subject of the greatest astonishment, that a single individual should have cankered the principles of republicanism in an enlightened people, just emerged from the gulf of despotism, and should have carried his designs against the public liberty so far as to have put in jeopardy its very existence. ... Dr. Michael Leib. He wrote the above, and published it in the Aurora of the 6th of March, 1797. Admirers of Washington ... can you vote for gen. Joseph Heister for governor of the commonwealth, when that vote places the author of the above infamous libel, Dr. Michael Leib, in the chair of secretary of state? [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1817] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 29 cm
College of New-Jersey. Catalogue of the officers and students of Nassau Hall. [Trenton, N.J.] :Geo. Sherman, print., [1818] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;57 x 46 cm.
Ein Schön geistlich Leid. [sic] :Mel. Wo bleiben meine Sinnen. [United States :s.n., ca. 1810?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;20 x 18 cm
Der Bauern-Stand. [United States :s.n., ca. 1810?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;26 x 19 cm
Nur alleine Jesus. :Mel. Alle Menschen müssen sterben. Lancaster [Pa.]: :Gedruckt bey J. Ehrenfried., [between 1810 and 1819] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;25 x 20 cm
Cur für den wüthenden Hundsbiss. :Man nimmt eine Unze [blank] und thut sie in einen reinen irrdenen Hafen und giesset eine Quart [blank] darüber und setzet den Hafen auf ein gelindes Kohlfever ... [United States :s.n., ca. 1810?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;9 x 21 cm
Cur für den wüthenden Hundebiss. :Man nimmt eine Unze Rother Hinkeldarm, Wethkraut, Anagallis, und thut es in einem reinen irdenen Hafen, und giesst eine Quart Bier darüber, und setze den Hafen auf ein gelindes Kohlfeuer, ... [United States :s.n., ca. 1815?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;8 x 20 cm
Blutreinigung. :Diese wird mit drey Quart kochend Wasser in einem saubern erdenen Hafen angebrühet, wie Thee, ... Zu haben bey Peter Fahrni. [Hagerstown, Md.? :s.n., ca. 1810?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;24 x 13 cm
Kriegs-Lied. Ausgesetzt von Samuel Schädel, im Jahr 1814. [Pennsylvania? :s.n., 1814?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;28 x 21 cm
Ein Brief, so von Gott selbsten geschrieben, und zu Magdeburg niedergelassen worden ist. :Er war mit goldenen Buchstaben geschrieben und von Gott durch einen Engel gesandt worden.-- Wer ihn abschreiben will, dem soll man ihm geben: wer ihn verachtet, von dem weicht der Herr! ... Dieses ist geschehen in Magdeburg, im Jahr, 1783. [Ephrata, Pa.? :s.n., ca. 1815?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;21 x 18 cm
Cometen-lied. :Mel.-- Wo soll ich fliehen hin? &c. &c. [United States :s.n., ca. 1815?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;32 x 20 cm
Ein Lied. [United States :s.n., ca. 1815?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;25 x 9 cm
Melodie: Kommt, Brüder, kommt wir eilen fort. [United States :s.n., ca. 1815?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;28 x 13 cm
Rothlaufen verliere deine Hitze ... [United States :s.n., ca. 1815?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;13 x 11 cm
Ein Lied. [Pennsylvania :s.n., 1819] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;18 x 15 cm
The Horrors of infidelity; or The death-bed of a modern free thinker; exemplified in the last hours of Francis Newport. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by T. & W. Bradford., [1805?] 12 p. ;19 cm (12mo)
An Elegy on the death of John Blair Linn, D.D. :late pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, who departed this life, August 31, 1804. AEt.28. By a member of the congregation. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed and sold by John W. Scott, No. 27 Bank-Street,, 1805. 12 p. :ill. ;19 cm (12mo)
Extracts from the minutes of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America; A.D. 1806. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by Jane Aitken, No. 62, North Third Street., 1806. [5], 118-144 p., [4] leaves (3 folded) ;22 cm (8vo)
The New-Jersey town and country-man's almanac, for the year of our Lord, 1807; :being the third after bissextile or leap-year. Calculated by Joshua Sharp. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for and sold by, Joseph Lippincott, No. 27, Chesnut-street., [1806] [36] p. :ill. ;19 cm (12mo)
Blake's evening companion. :For the flute, clarinet or violin. Being a selection of favorite song tunes, airs, marches, quick-steps waltzs, minuets, allemands, cottillions, hornpipes, dances &c. &c. Book [blank] Price one dollar. Philadelphia [Pa.]. :Published by G.E. Blake. No. 1, South 3d. Street--Where may be had a variety of new publications--likewise every article in the musical line &c. &c., [1806?] [2], 24 p.19 x 26 cm
To the Honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America :the petition and memorial of the subscribers, citizens of the United States, merchants and underwriters of Charleston, in the state of South-Carolina. [Charleston, S.C.] :Printed by A.E. Miller, [not before 1807] 7 p. ;20 cm. (8vo.)
Truths. No. I. Or The memoirs of Charles Whetstone, or An exposition of the oppression and cruelty exercised in the trades and manufactures of Great Britain. :Copy-right secured. [United States :s.n.], 1807. [4], 3-102 p. :ill. ;16 cm (12mo)
A supplement to, and making perpetual, an act, :entitled 'An act for the recovery of debts and demands, not exceeding one hundred dollars, before a justice of the peace, and for the election of constables, and for other purposes.' (Approved by the Senate, March 26, 1807.) Southwark [Philadelphia, Pa.]: :Printed by Denham & Town, No. 278, South Second-street., 1807. 8 p. ;21 cm (8vo)
Epitome of Workman's Geography, :containing such parts only as are necessary to be committed to memory. Published at the desire of sundry teachers. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by Ebenezer McCulloch, No. 1, North Third Street, 1807. [3], 6-96+ p. :ill. ;15 cm (12mo)
A musical catechism, or, An introduction to vocal music. By Jesse Dickerson. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :W. M'Cullock, printer., MDCCCVII. [1807] 11, [1] p. :music ;17 cm (12mo)
Constitution of the American Company of Booksellers. [Philadelphia :s.n., 1803?] 4 p. ;23 cm.
Second supplement, 1st July, 1807. [Charleston, S.C. :s.n., 1807] 7, [1] p. ;18 cm (8vo)
Catalogue of books published by C. and A. Conrad & Co. (late John Conrad & Co), No. 30, Chesnut-Street, Philadelphia; Conrad Lucas, & Co., No. 128, Market-street, Baltimore; Somervel & Conrad, Petersburg; & Bonsall, Conrad, & Co., Norfolk, [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1807] 10 p. ;22 cm
Catalogue of books imported from London in the ships Sterling, Jane, and Cornplanter, and for sale by C. and A. Conrad & Co. (late John Conrad & Co.), No. 30, Chesnut-street, Philadelphia. October, 1807. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1807] 16 p. ;22 cm
Stultifera navis; qua ominum mortalium narratur stultitia. The modern ship of fools. Aere perennius. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for Conrad and Co., Mathew Carey, and Samuel F. Bradford, Philadelphia: Andrews and Cummings, and william Pelhan, Boston. Fry and Kammerer, printers., 1807. xxiv, 295, [1] p. ;20 cm (12mo)
The memorial of the merchants & traders of the city of Baltimore. [Baltimore :s.n., 1806?] [5]-34 p. ;19 cm.
Divine songs attempted in easy language for the use of children. :Also prayers composed for the use and instruction of children, &c. Lewistown: (Penn.) :Printed by Edward Cole., 1802. iv, [1], 6-48 p. ;18 cm (12mo)
Laura. By a lady of Philadelphia. ; [Two lines from Goethe with translation]. New York: :Published by Inskeep & Bradford. Printed by Robert Carr., 1809. [4], 181, [1] p. ;18 cm.
Report of the Committee of Councils, exhibiting a correct statement of the accounts of the corporation of the City of Philadelphia, for the year 1803. Published by order of Councils. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by Wm. Duane, No. 106, Market Street., 1804. 31, [1] p. ;21 cm (8vo).
Articles of faith and plan of church government, composed and adopted by the churches believing in the salvation of all men, met in Philadelphia, on the 25th of May, 1790: to which are added, sundry recommendations and a circular letter, addressed to the churches in the United States believing the same doctrine. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Fry and Kammerer, printers., 1808. 16 p. ;17 cm (12mo)
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eight. :An act for regulating and governing the militia of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, and for repealing all laws heretofore made for that purpose. [Boston, Mass. :s.n., 1808] 26 p. ;23 cm (8vo)
State of the Treasury of Massachusetts, the 1st day of January, 1808. [Boston, Mass.] :B. Parks, printer., [1808] 3, [1] p. ;23 cm (8vo)
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and eight. :An act directing the method of laying out and discontinuing public and private ways; providing compensation for damages sustained thereby; and for repealing certain laws heretofore made for such purposes. [Boston, Mass.] :B. Parks, printer., [1808] 15, [1] p. ;23 cm (8vo)
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eight. :An act to provide a recompense to judges and registers of probate in certain cases. [Boston, Mass.] :B. Parks, printer., [1808] 3, [1] p. ;23 cm (8vo)
Night thoughts on life, death & immortality by Edward Young, L.L.D. Philadelphia :[S.n., not after 1815] 254, [2] p., [1] leaf of plates :ill. ;14 cm.
Index to the journal of the convention who framed the present Constitution, and of the convention in committee of the whole. :Also, a concise index to the Constitution itself. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by John Bioren, No. 88, Chesnut-Street., 1808. 20 p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Index to the journal of the first House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by J. Bioren, No. 88, Chesnut Street. 1808. [26] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Index to the journal of the second House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by J. Bioren, No. 88, Chesnut Street. 1808. [18] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Index to the Journal of the third House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by J. Bioren, No. 88, Chesnut Street., 1808. [24] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Index to the Journal of the fourth House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by J. Bioren, No. 88, Chesnut Street., 1808. [24] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Index to the Journal of the fifth House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by J. Bioren, No. 88, Chesnut Street., 1808. [18] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Index to the Journal of the sixth House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by J. Bioren, No. 88, Chesnut Street., 1808. [18] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Index to the Journal of the seventh House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by J. Bioren, No. 88, Chesnut Street., 1808. [16] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Index to the Journal of the eighth House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by J. Bioren, No. 88, Chesnut Street., 1808. [18] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Index to the Journal of the ninth House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by J. Bioren, No. 88, Chesnut Street., 1808. [16] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Index to the Journal of the tenth House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by J. Bioren, No. 88, Chesnut Street., 1808. [20] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Index to the Journal of the eleventh House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by J. Bioren, No. 88, Chesnut Street., 1808. [20] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
The advantages and disadvantages of the married state, :as entered into with religious or irreligious persons. A short history of a long travel from Babylon to Bethel. Samuel Crisp's letters, on his joining the Quakers. Mary Brook, on the necessity of silent waiting. The widow's mite; by Alice Hayes. New-York [N.Y.]: :Published by Samuel Wood, No. 362, Pearl-Street., 1808. 23, [1]; [3], 6-22, [2]; 22, [2]; 34, [2]; 55, [5] p. ;17 cm (12mo)
Additional hymns, set forth in general convention, 1808. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n., 1808?] [1], 226-242 p. ;16 cm (18mo)
Catalogue of books published by C. and A. Conrad & co. (late John Conrad & Co.), No. 30, Chesnut-street, Philadelphia; Conrad, Lucas, & Co., No. 138, Market-street, Baltimore; Somervell & Conrad, Petersburg; and Bonsal, Conrad, & Co., Norfolk. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1808] 9, [1] p. ;22 cm
A valuable selection of psalm and hymn tunes:from the most esteemed English authors. Adapted to public worship, and which are now used by the congregation at the Independent Tabernacle, in Philadelphia. By Stephen Addington. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published, by M. Carey, No. 122, Market Street., M,DCCC,VIII. [1808] [4], 120 p. :music ;17 x 25 cm
Register of the Army of the United States. Washington City [D.C.], :Printed by Dinmore and Cooper., 1809. 47, [1] p. ;17 cm (12mo)
Traduccion de un billete del Caballero Beaujour :consul general por La Francia cerca de estos Estados Unidos de la America Septentrional. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;21 x 13 cm
Books published by Mathew Carey, No. 122, Market-street, Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1809] 12 p. ;17 cm (12mo)
The Complete farrier, or, Gentleman's travelling companion. :Comprising a general description of the perfections and imperfections of that noble animal the horse, with a concise account of his diseases, their symptoms and remedies; and advice with respect to purchase, age, action, condition, shoeing, feeding, exercise, docking, nicking, pricking the tail, and the structure and management of the stable; with directions for the treatment of a horse, preparatory to, and on a journey, whereby a person will be at once prepared to treat any accident or disease that may occur. Compiled from the best authorities, particularly adapted to this country, and interspersed with much original matter, the result of the observation of a gentleman of known experience in the United States. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by Bradford and Inskeep, No. 4, South Third Street., 1810. vi, [14], 248 p., [1], 2 folded leaves of plates :ill. ;18 cm (12mo)
Letters and reflections of the Austrian field-marshal Prince de Ligne, edited by the Baroness de Staël Holstein, containing anecdotes hitherto unpublished of Joseph II, Catherine II, Frederick the Great, Rousseau, Voltaire, and others, with interesting remarks on the Turks. Translated from the French by D. Boileau. Vol. I[-II]. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by Bradford & Inskeep, Philadelphia; Inskeep & Bradford, New-York; and William M'Ilhenney, Boston. Printed by B. Graves, North fourth Street;, 1809. 2 v. ;18 cm (12mo)
Catalogue of books; in medicine, surgery, anatomy, physiology, the veterinary art, chemistry, mineralogy, botany, and in other branches of natural history: for sale by Collins & Perkins, (No. 189, Pearl-Street, New-York). [New York, N.Y. :Collins & Perkins, 1809] 32 p. ;21 cm.
American cookery :or, The art of dressing viands, fish, poultry, & vegetables ... by an American Orphan [i.e. A. Simmons]. [S.l.] :Printed for the publishers, 1808. 72 p. ;14 cm.
The Holy Bible, :containing the Old and New Testaments: translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Philadelphia: :Printed by Mathew Carey, no. 122, Market-Street., 1808. [816] p. ;17 cm.
Reports of cases argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States in August and December terms 1801 and February term 1803 - [February term 1815] By William Cranch ... Washington City :Published for John Conrad and Co. [and others]; 1804-1817. 9 v.22 cm.
Universal history, ancient and modern :from the earliest records of time, to the general peace of 1801 ... by William Mavor ... New York :Printed by Isaac Collins and Son, for Samuel Stansbury and Co., 1804-1805. 25 v. :front., fold. maps. ;16 cm.
The New Testament of our Lord and saviour Jesus Christ :newly translated out of the original Greek; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Philadelphia :Printed and published by Mathew Carey, no. 122, Market-Street, 1812. [324] p. ;19 cm.
Flaming sword, or A sign from heaven! :Being a remarkable phenomenon seen in the state of New Hampshire in May last. [United States ;s.n., between 1800 and 1820] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;49 x 27 cm
New manufactory of paper hangings. :The subscribers have lately established a new manufactory of paper hangings, and will always have for sale at their warehouse, north-east corner of Third and Chesnut Streets, Philadelphia, a large stock of papers and borders suitable for every part of a house. ... Caldcleugh & Thomas. ... Directions for putting the paper on the walls. ... [Philadelphia :Caldcleugh & Thomas, between 1811 and 1815?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;34 x 21 cm.
The tryal. :A comedy. By Joanna Baillie. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Mathew Carey, 1811] [3], 212-308 p. ;15 cm (12mo)
Mr. Macon's speech on the new army bill. [Washington, D.C.? :s.n., 1813] 22 p. ;22 cm
Facts & documents, in support of the claim of Mr. Lafon, engineer, :relative to a grant made to him by B.D.M. Gayoso de Lemos. Between the city and the suburb St. Mary. New-Orleans [La.],March 8, 1810. Printed, in the office of L'Ami des Lois., [1810] 8 p. ;23 cm (8vo)
A Tract on the duty of morning and evening devotion. Published by the Protestant Episcopal Society of Young Men for the Distribution of Religious Tracts New-York [N.Y.]: :Printed by T. & J. Swords, No. 160 Pearl-Street., 1810. 12 p. ;19 cm (12mo)
In memoriam Joannis Simonton, V.D.M. :Qui, munere pastorali functus annos multos Tredyffrin comitatu Cestrensi Pennsylvanorum, cessit ibidem 1791, aetatis 80 multum ploratus. Symbolum amicitae. Ad cognatos, amicos atque vicinos. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n., ca. 1810?] 4 p. ;23 cm (8vo)
In the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and Correction of Errors, between John Parkhurst, George W. Frederick Parkhurst, and Abel Parkhurst, appellants, and Augustus Van Cortland, respondent. Joint case. [Albany, N.Y.] :E. & E. Hosford -- printers -- Albany., [1810] 16 p. ;21 cm (8vo)
Robinson's Circulating Library. :Corner of Market and Belvidere Sts. (opposite the Franklin Bank,) Baltimore. Established by the present proprietor in 1809, and now increased to upwards of seven thousand volumes. ... [Baltimore, Md. :s.n., 1810?] 4 p. ;15 cm
Elements of chemistry. By Thomas Thomson, M.D. F.R.S.E. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Published and sold by J & A.Y. Humphreys, 'Change-Walk, corner of Second and Walnut-streets, Philadelphia. Sold also by Mathew Carey, Edward Earle, B.B. Hopkins, & Co. Thomas Dobson, P. Byrne, and Bradford & Inskeep., 1810. [5], viii-xii, [1], 14-351, [1] p. ;18 cm (12mo)
The letters of Mrs. Elizabeth Montagu, with some of the letters of her correspondents. Published by Matthew Montagu, Esq. M.P. her nephew and executor. Philadelphia, :Published by Bradford and Inskeep, No. 4 South Third Street., 1810. 347, [1] p., [1] leaf of plates :port. ;15 cm (18mo)
New and complete instructions for the piano forte :to which is added a collection of favorite airs lessons &c carefully selected and finger'd in the most graceful style by a professor. [United States :s.n., 181-] [2], 32 p. :music ;18 x 26 cm
The mariner's chronicle; :being a collection of the most interesting narratives of shipwrecks, fires, famines, and other calamities incident to a life of maritime enterprise; with authentic particulars of the extraordinary adventures and sufferings of the crews, their reception and treatment on distant shores; and a concise description of the country, customs, and manners of the inhabitants: including an account of the deliverance of the survivors. By Archibald Duncan, Esq. late of the Royal Navy. In four volumes. Vol. I[-IV]. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by Thomas Desilver, No. 152, South 6th st., 1810. 4 v. ;18 cm (12mo)
A new preceptor for the violin :being an introduction to the art of playing on that instrument, explained in the most simple and comprehensible manner: also a selection of the newest & most favorite airs, song tunes, marches &c. By G.E. Blake. Philadelphia [Pa.] :Printed for the author & sold at his Musical Repository No. 1 South 3d. Street., [between 1804 and 1814?] 25, [1] p. :music ;18 x 26 cm
Blake's flute melodies. :Price 50 cents. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., not before 1804] 32 p. :music ;18 x 26 cm
The great Duke of Florence, by Philip Massinger. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :Printed by Mathew Carey?, 1811?] 95, [1] p. ;15 cm (12mo)
Accounts of the corporation of the city of Philadelphia, for the year 1810. Published by order of the Councils. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by Jane Aitken, No. 71, North Third Street., 1811. 50, [2] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
An oration delivered on the Fourth of July, 1811, by John Greenleaf, Master of Arts and Sciences, in the city of Richmond, Virginia. To which is added, many beautiful pieces of poetry. Copy-right secured. New-York [N.Y.]: :Printed by Largin & Thompson, No. 5, Burling-Slip, for James Sharan., 1811. [2], ii, [1], 6-36 p. ;18 cm (12mo)
Presbyterian ordination doubtful. :A letter in two parts. Part I. Being a reply to Plain reasons for relying on presbyterian ordination. In a letter to a friend, by Z.A. (Copy-right secured.) [New London, Conn.? :s.n.,] 1819. 44, 30 p. ;20 cm (12mo)
The New-York songster; :being a collection of the most modern and approved songs: selected with care. New-York [N.Y.]: :Printed for Christian Brown, 71 Water-Street. George Forman, printer., 1811. 228 p. ;18 cm (12mo)
A serious call, and affectionate address to the citizens of Philadelphia. By the Second Tract Society. Lately established for the suppression of vice and immorality that now reigns in opposition to the Christian religion and true godliness. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Published by the Second Religious Tract Society of Philadelphia, for gratuitous distribution., 1811. 36 p. ;20 cm (12mo)
Patents. Patent Office, March 5, 1811. :Having the honor of directing or superintending the important duties of issuing patents for arts and inventions, I have thought it a duty to my fellow citizens to publish a few lines of information, to facilitate the mode of acquiring patents, ... [Washington, D.C. :s.n., 1811] 11, [1] p. ;14 cm (12mo)
Report on the finances of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, for the year, 1811; made to the legislature, by the Auditor-General, agreeably to law. Lancaster [Pa.]: :Printed by Greer & Kendall., 1811. 30, [2] p. ;24 cm (8vo)
Minutes of the Philadelphia Baptist Association, held, by appointment, in Philadelphia, October 1st, 2d, and 3d, 1811. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1811] 12 p. ;20 cm (4to)
Documents accompanying the governor's message, read in the House of Representatives, December 10th, 1811. [Lancaster, Pa.] :Printed by Benjamin Grimler., [1811] 13, [3] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Every man the friend or the enemy of Christ. Published by the Protestant Episcopal Society of Young Men for the Distribution of Religious Tracts. New-York [N.Y.]: :Printed and sold by by T. and J. Swords, No. 160 Pearl-Street., 1811. 10, [2] p. ;19 cm (12mo)
Elements of orthography. Or An attempt to form a complete system of letters. :The first proposition of this idea was published in the Columbian magazine, of July, 1791. Since which time the subject has lain dormant. Washington: (Pa.) :Printed for the author, by Wm: Sample., 1811. 15, [1] p. ;22 cm
Lessons & exercises in vocal music by Benjamin Carr. Op. VIII Price 3 dollars. [Baltimore, Md.] :Printed and sold at Carrs music store 36 Market Street Baltimore., [1811] 60 p. :music ;17 x 24 cm
Wohlgemuths liederbuch. :Eine Sammlung der besten deutschen Lieder für Freunde des Scherzes und der unschuldigen Freude. [Easton, Pa.] :Zu haben, in Easton, bey Christ. Jac. Hütter., 1811. 100, [4] p. ;15 cm (8vo)
Cosmogenia,containing, Prime. An illustration that gravitation and projectile force considered as abstract powers, are insufficient to preserve solar systems in existence. 2. That this world was not made of nothing, nor of the eternal and imaginary atoms of Epicurus. 3. That nature or matter originated of spirit. 4. Lines of distinction betwixt the natural and spiritual worlds. 5. That all worlds now existing, whether natural or spiritual, shall continue through endless duration. 6. That all things existing, whether in the natural or spiritual worlds, possess figure or shape. 7. That the Supreme Being possesses the most perfect figure of a man, notwithstanding is omniscient, omnipresent and omnipotent. 8. The manner in which God made the worlds. 9. The origin of the whites, blacks, and copper-coloured of the human race. By the Rev. Hugh White, A.M. Staunton, Va. :Printed for the author, by Isaac Collett., 1812. 35, [1] p. ;21 cm (12mo)
Rules and regulations for the government and discipline of the Orleans Troop of Cavalry. [New Orleans, La. :s.n., 1812] 1 sheet ([1] p. ;60 x 48 cm
Tables with easy examples under the principal rules of arithmetic. :For schools. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by David Hogan, No. 249, Market-Street., 1812. (W. M'Culloch, printer.) 24 p. ;10 cm
Accounts of the corporation of the city of Philadelphia, for the year 1811. Published by order of the Councils. Philadelphia [Pa.]. :Printed by Jane Aitken, No. 71, North Third Street., 1812. 47, [1] p. ;23 cm (8vo)
Instructions, for them that come to be confirmed, by way of question and answer. By Robert Nelson, Esq. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for Bradfod [sic] & Inskeep No. 4, South Third Street., 1812. 31, [1] p. ;12 cm (24mo)
Les énergumènes, ou Mémoire sur la proscription de Mr. Godrau et celles de plusieurs habitans de la Guadeloupe, :avec la relation succinte de ce qui s'y passa avant et après sa prise de possession par le Général Beckwith; quelques réflexions; un dialogue &c., &c. A Philadelphie [Philadelphia, Pa.]. :Chez A.J. Blocquerst, imprimeur Sixième rue, Sud, No. 150., 1812. 67, [1] p. :ill. ;22 cm (8vo)
The history of modern Europe; :comprising the progress and establishment of the British power in India; the American war, and the Revolution in France; to the Treaty of Amiens, in 1802. By Charles Coote, L.L.D. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for Birch and Small., 1812. [30], 623, [3] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
An oration, delivered in St. Michael's Church, before the inhabitants of Charleston, South-Carolina, on the Fourth of July, 1812, :in commemoration of the independence of the United States; by appointment of the American Revolution Society. Published at the request of that society, and also, of the South Carolina State Society of Cincinnati. By William Crafts, Jun, A.M. member of the American Revolution Society. Charleston [S.C.]: :Printed by W.P. Young, Franklin's-Head, No. 44, Broad-Street., 1812. [2], 26 p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Vivian; and Emilie de Coulanges. :Tales. By Miss Edgeworth, author of Practical education, Belinda, Castle Rackrent, Essay on Irish bulls, &c. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by Anthony Finley, southeast corner of Chesnut and Fourth Streets., 1812. iv, 301, [1] p. ;19 cm (12mo)
The shipwreck, :a poem. By William Falconer, a sailor. With the life of the author. Philadelphia [Pa.], :Printed and published by T. & G. Palmer., 1813. iv, [3], 8-95, [1] p. ;14 cm (12mo)
New and very important works just published by Eastburn, Kirk & Co. :at the Literary Rooms, corner of Wall and Nassau-streets. [New York, N.Y. :s.n., 1813] 4 p. ;22 cm.
The constitution of the American Patriotic Fund Society, :for the city and county of Philadelphia. Adopted, July 9th. 1813. Philadelphia [Pa]: :Printed for the society., [1813] 8 p. ;15 cm
Trial of William Butler for piracy. 1813. [Charleston, S.C.? :s.n., 1813] 39, [1] p. ;24 cm (8vo)
General staff of the Army of the United States. [Washington, D.C. :s.n., 1813] 47, [1] p., [2] folded leaves ;18 cm (8vo)
Bye-laws of the Pennsylvania Company, for Insurances on Lives and Granting Annuities. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by John Bouvier, No. 185, south Front street., 1813. 8 p. ;22 cm (8vo)
An address from the president and directors of the Pennsylvania company for insurances on lives and granting annuities, to the inhabitants of the United States, upon the subject of the beneficial objects of that institution. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by J. Maxwell, for the company., 1814. 45, [3] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
An address to the citizens of Pennsylvania, upon the subject of a life insurance company. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1813] 13, [3] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Blake's evening companion. :For the flute, clarinet, violin or flagelet, Book [blank] Price one dollar. Philadelphia [Pa.]. :Published and sold by G.E. Blake., [1813?] 30 p. ;18 x 26 cm
(Circular.) Sir, You will excuse the liberty I take in sending you the prospectus of a new work on ancient geography, with the first part of the same. :With your permission, as the work progresses through the press, I will send you two or more sheets till the copy is complete, that you may have every means to judge of its execution. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1813] [4], [1], 4-26, 99-138 p. ;24 cm
Unseres Landes Wohlstand, :eine Probe göttlicher Huld. In einer Rede seiner Gemeine auf der Trap am 12ten August 1813 vorgestellt; von Friedrich Wilhelm van der Sloot, Lehrer des Evangelii zu Ober-Hannover, Montgomery County. Reading [Pa.] :Gedruckt bei Heinrich B. Sage., 1813. 30 p. ;18 cm (12mo)
Zum 13ten November, 1814, in Salem. [Raleigh, N.C.] :Printed by J. Gales., [1814] 4 p. ;21 cm
Biblisches lustgertlein. :Darinnen allerhand schöne Sprüche und geistreiche Rätzel aus allen Büchern der ganzen Heiligen Schrift, des Alten und Neuen Testamens zu finden. Zur Anreitzung und Lust der Bibel zu lesen, für die Jugend und andere gottseelige Herzen. Aufgesetzt von Matthäo Wiesern, Exul. Jetzo auf's neue übersehen, und mit einigen biblischen Fragen vermehrt, und von allen Fehlern gereiniget. Chambersburg, (Penn.) :Gedruckt bey George K. Harper,, im Juny, 1814. 60 p. ;17 cm (12mo)
Die sieben lezten Posaunen, oder Wehen wann sie anfangen und aufhören und von den 70 Danielischen Wochen und 42 prophetischen Monaten: :von der Zahl 666 als das Mahlzeichen des Thiers; von dem gläsern Meer; von den zwey Zeugen; von der Zukunft Christi in welchem Jahr und Monat diese erfolgen soll; von dem tausendjährigen Reich und ewigen Evangelium; Gok und Magok und jüngstem Gericht; aus der Heil. Schrift-bewiesen. Von Christian Armbruster. Germanien [i.e. Germany, Pa.?]. :[s.n.], 1814. 150 p. :ill. ;18 cm (8vo)
Die Regeln und Artikel der Deutschen Pennsylvanischen Unterstützungs-Brüderschaft. :Incorporirt den 10ten Jenner, 1814. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Gedruckt bey Conrad Zentler, in der Zweyten-Strasse, unterhalb der Rehs-Strasse., 1814. 25, [4], 40-58 p. ;18 cm (12mo)
Kurze Beschreibung der feyerlichen Begehung eines Gastmahls von Deutschen, Holländern und Schweitzern, im Freymaurer-Saal, in Philadelphia, den 24sten Februar, 1814. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Gedruckt bey Conrad Zentler, No. 104, in der Zweyten Strasse., 1814. 24 p. :ill. ;24 cm (8vo)
Accounts of the corporation of the city of Philadelphia, for the year 1812. Published by order of the Councils. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by Lydia R. Bailey, No. 10, North Alley., 1814. 46, [2] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
The president and directors of the Company for erecting a Permanent Bridge over the River Schuylkill, at or near the city of Philadelphia, are requested to meet at their office, on [blank] [blank] evening [blank] at [blank] o'clock. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., not after 1814] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;10 x 18 cm
Origination and constitution of the Sansom Street Baptist Female Society for Promoting Foreign Evangelical Missions. :Formed June 27, 1814. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by R.P. & W. Anderson, N.E. corner of Vine and Third Streets., [1814] 8 p. ;23 cm (8vo)
To cover. :The noted horse Potomak, will stand to cover the ensuing season, at the stable of William Jones, Cold-Spring, township of Oyster-Bay, Queen's County, at 10 dollar the season, 6 the single leap and 15 dollars to ensure a foal. Potomak was got by Old Messenger, his dam by Figure, his grand-dam by Bashaw, his great grand-dam by Hero. He is a bright bay, six years old, fifteen hands and a half high, well made, and from his strength and bone, is likely to get as good stock for the turf as any horse ever bred in America.. [New York? :s.n., 1802?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;43 x 22 cm.
Annual report of the Comptroller, and the report of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund. Published by order of the Common Council, January 14, 1814. New-York [N.Y.]: :Printed by John Hardcastle, No. 86, Nassau-street., 1814. 5, [3] p. ;21 cm
Dr. Martin Luther's Catechism. Translated from the German. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by Conrad Zentler, No. 104, North Second Street., 1814. 34, [2] p. ;14 cm (12mo)
An oration delivered by N.B. Boileau, on the Fourth of July, 1814, :at the village of Hatborough, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania; and published at the special request of the committee of arrangement. [Pa. :s.n., 1814] 32 p.21 cm (8vo)
A short introduction to Latin grammar, :for the use of the University of Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia. By James Davidson, professor of the Greek and Latin languages, in the University of Pennsylvania. Carefully revised, corrected and amended, by the author. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed and sold by John Bioren, No. 88, Chesnut Street., 1814. iv, [1], 6-128 p. ;18 cm (12mo)
A solemn review of the custom of war; :showing that war is the effect of popular delusion, and proposing a remedy. [Philadelphia, Pa.]:Cambridge printed by Hilliard and Metcalf. Philadelphia reprinted., 1815. 31, [1] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
The dairyman's daughter. :Extracted from an authentic and interesting narrative. By the Reverend Legh Richmond, A.M. a minister of the Church of England. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by J. Maxwell., 1815. 33, [1] p. ;19 cm (12mo)
A treatise on the nature and constitution of the Christian church: :wherein are set forth the form of its government, the extent of its powers, and the limits of our obedience. By William Stevens, Esq. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by J. Maxwell., 1815. 15, [1] p. ;19 cm (12mo)
Family devotion: or, An exhortation to morning and evening prayer in families, :with two forms of prayer. By the Right Rev. Father in God, Edmund Gibson, D.D. formerly Lord Bishop of London; being one of the tracts published by the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by J. Maxwell., 1815. 16 p. ;19 cm (12mo)
Report of the Directors of the Northern Missionary Society, at their annual meeting, in Schenectady, September 7, 1814. :Together with some extracts from the minutes, and the treasurer's account, for the preceding year. Albany [N.Y.]: :Printed by Websters and Skinners., 1815. 12 p. ;24 cm (8vo)
Irish melodies, by Thomas Moore, Esq. Philadelphia [Pa.]. :Published by M. Carey., 1815. (Printed at the Whitehall office.) [5], 10-148, [2] p. ;16 cm (12mo)
Statement of facts and certain points in Le Favre's case. :Philadelphia, 5th June, 1815. Dear Sir, Considering my case before the commissioners a very plain one, I take the liberty of offering to you my view of it, which, with respectful deference, I think is the manner my counsel ought to present it to the board of commissioners. My right to the Mobile lands is founded on my agreement with Barrell and Servante as agents to Mr Joseph Barrell ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1815] 8 p. ;23 cm (8vo)
The life and adventures of Moses Nathan Israel. By G.N. Lutyens. Containing an account of his birth, education and travels through parts of Germany, Italy, and the United States, where he met with his family; interspersed with many interesting anecdotes: with a description of the government, manners and customs of different parts of Germany & Italy. Easton [Pa.]: :Printed by Christian J. Hutter,, 1815. 214, [2] p. ;17 cm (12mo)
Josephine, or The advantages of a summer; :intended for the instruction and amusement of young ladies. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed and published by M. Carey, No. 121, Chesnut-street,, 1816. 117, [3] p. ;15 cm (12mo)
The Philadelphia Third Presbyterian Church collection of sacred music, :adapted to the metres of Dr. Watts's psalms and hymns: with a variety of airs, calculated for private religious societies. Philadelphia [Pa.]:-- :Printed by Wm. M'Culloch, No. 306, Market-street.--, 1815. 92 p. :music ;10 x 24 cm
The gentlemen's amusement :a select collection of airs marches rondos & waltzs &c. properly adapted for the flute, violin & patent flageolet by P.H. Taylor. New York [N.Y.] :Published by John Paff, [1815?] [4], 2-37 p. :music ;18 x 26 cm
A. Bacon & Co.'s flute melodies. Book 3 Price 50 cts. Philadelphia [Pa.] :Published & sold by A. Bacon & Co, [ca. 1815?] 18 p. :music ;18 x 25 cm
Verschiedene Sympathetische und geheime Kunst-Stücke, welche nie zuvor im Druck erschienen. (Aus der Zigeuner Sprache übersetzt.) Egypten [i.e. Reading, Pa.?], :Gedruckt [bey Heinrich B. Sage?] auf Kosten eines Zigeuners., [1815] 12 p. ;16 cm (12mo)
Ein Schöner und wohl approbirter Heil. Seegen zu Wasser und Land, wider alle seine Feinde, so ihm begegnen auf allen Wegen und Stegen. Cum. licent. Ordinarii Cenforis Trevirensis ibidem. A.D. 1705. [United States?] : :Gedruckt zu Wien, in Oesterreich., [1815?] 127, [1] p. ;11 cm (32mo)
Merkwürdige Nachricht von der Wunderbaren Entzückung des Hans Frummans; :welche zeuget, wie er in eine Entzückung verfiel, und bey dieser Gelegenheit den Zustand der Seelen nach dem Tode in Himmel und Hölle sahe. ... Anlass geben könnte. [Reading, Pa.?] :Gedruckt: für die Liebhaber,, im Jahr 1815. 23, [1] p. ;17 cm (12mo)
Kurz gefasstes Ross-Arzeney Büchlein. [Reading, Pa.?] :Gedruck [bey Heinrich B. Sage?], in diesem Jahr. [1815?] 12 p. , :ill. ;17 cm (12mo)
An die Glieder der Hochdeutschen Reformirten Gemeine in und bey Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1816] 7, [1] p. ;19 cm
Eine neue Sammlung schöner Arien und Lieder, zum Gesellschaftlichen Vergnügen. Reading [Pa.], :Gedruckt und zu haben bey Johann Ritter und Comp., 1816. 47, [1] p. ;16 cm (12mo)
Extracted from a sermon, concerning the excellency and usefulness of the Common Prayer, preached by William Beveridge, D.D. (formerly Lord Bishop of St. Asaph.) at the opening of the Parish Church of St. Peter, Cornhill, London, the 17th of November, 1681. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by J. Maxwell., 1816. 12 p. ;19 cm (12mo)
An essay towards making the knowledge of religion easy to the meanest capacity; :being a short and plain account of the doctrines and rules of Christianity. By the Most Reverend Dr. Edward Synge, formerly Lord Archbishop of Tuam, in Ireland. Being one of the tracts published by the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by J. Maxwell., 1816. 12 p. ;19 cm (12mo)
Thoughts on shaving; or The Wandering Jew's advice to bank directors, :on the means of promoting their own advantage, and effectually preserving the morals of mechanicks and tradesmen from the dangerous and corrupting influence of prosperity and wealth, with a few words on the consequences of a national bank to the shaving interest. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1816] 35, [1] p. ;21 cm (12mo)
Death a continuation of life. :A sermon preached at the New Jerusalem Temple, in Red Cross Street, near Cripplegate, London, on John XI. 23. Thy brother shall rise again. By Manoah Sibly, N.H.M. To which is added, Two letters. By the Rev. John Clowes, minister of St. John's, Manchester. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for a member of the New Jerusalem Church. Lydia R. Bailey, printer., 1816. 39, [1] p. ;18 cm (12mo)
Reflections on Michael Leib's inflammatory address to the Tammany Society. By a friend to truth. Philadelphia [Pa.], :P.M. Lafourcade, printer, No. 114 North Second Street., 1816 16 p. ;21 cm (8vo)
The American patriotic song-book, :a collection of political, descriptive, and humorous songs, of national character, and the production of American poets only. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed and sold by John Bioren, No. 88, Chesnut-Street., 1816. 88, [2] p. ;15 cm
Meeting of delegates at Carlisle. :Certain members of congress having undertaken to nominate candidates to be supported by the republican electors at the approaching election for president and vice president of the United States: [Carlisle, Pa. :s.n., 1816] 7, [1] p. ;21 cm (8vo)
Three letters to the Democrats of the city & county of Philadelphia, on the business of the party. :Shewing first--the fearful consequences of division. Second--the necessity of union, to preserve the honour and purity of our principles. Third--containing the project of a ticket to unite the whole party at the ensuing election, with remarks on the candidates proposed. By Publius, a private citizen. Philadelphia [Pa.]. :[s.n.], 1816. iv, [1], 6-27, [1] p. ;21 cm (8vo)
The words of a grand selection of sacred music, :as performed at the Academy Hall, North Fourth-street, by the Union Harmonic Society of Philadelphia, to aid the funds of the Female Hospitable Society, on Tuesday evening, April 9, 1816. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1816] 4 p. ;20 cm
A New-Year's gift. New-York [N.Y.]: :Printed & sold by S. Wood & Sons, at the Juvenile Book-store, No. 357, Pearl-street., 1816. [32] p. :ill. ;12 cm (32mo)
At a meeting of a respectable number of the citizens of the town of Chillicothe, and of the adjacent country, :convened at the house of Edmond Basye, on the 21st of December, 1816, for the purpose of taking into consideration the propriety of presenting a memorial to the president and directors of the Bank of the United States, to obtain the establishment of a branch of the said bank in the said town; ... [Chillicothe, Ross County, Ohio :s.n., 1816] [2], 9, [1] p. ;18 cm (12mo)
Report of the proceedings upon the late project of Democratic union. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by John Binns, by order of the Committee of Superintendance., 1816. 12 p. ;21 cm
Tobit's letters to Levi; or, A reply to the narrative of Joseph Samuel C.F. Frey. :Submitted to the consideration of Christians of every denomination, whether he is, what he describes himself to be, a converter of Jews. New-York [N.Y.]: :Printed for the author., 1816. iv p., [2], 7-58, [3], 67-96 columns ;26 cm
Proceedings. :At a large and respectable meeting of the citizens of the state of Delaware, convened in the town-hall, in the borough of Wilmington, on the 14th Dec. 1816:-- Messrs. Louis M'Lane, Joseph Baily, John Way, Daniel Byrnes, James Canby, Victor Du Pont, James M. Broom, Archibald Hamilton, John Torbert, and Joseph Robinson, were appointed a committee to prepare a memorial to the president and directors of the Bank of the United States, at Philadelphia, to solicit the establishment of an office of discount and deposit of the said bank in this state; ... [Wilmington, Del.? :s.n., 1816] 8 p. ;21 cm (8vo)
The trials of Richard Smith, late lieutenant in the 23d Regiment U. States Infantry, as principal, and Ann Carson, alias Ann Smith, as accessary, :for the murder of Captain John Carson, on the 20th day of January, 1816, at a Court of Oyer and Terminer held at Philadelphia, May, 1816, by the judges of the Court of Common Pleas, Judge Rush president; together with the arguments of counsel, the charges and sentence of the president. Taken in short hand by J.C. a member of the Philadelphia bar. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by Thomas Desilver, 220, Market Street., [1816] [4], 236, vi, [2] p., [1] leaf of plates :plan ;22 cm (8vo)
Address of the Hon. Thomas Dawes, to the Massachusetts Peace Society, at their second anniversary, December 25, 1817. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Clark & Raser, printers, 78 North Fifth St., [1817?] 12 p. ;18 cm (12mo)
Remarks on baptismal regeneration. [Canandaigua, N.Y. :s.n., 1817] 4 p. ;19 cm
Poems, by William Cowper, of the Inner Temple, Esq. Containing his posthumous poetry, and a sketch of his life. By his kinsman, John Johnson, LL.D. rector of Yaxham with Welborne, in Norfolk. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by Isaac Riley., 1817. 84, 299, [1] p. ;14 cm (12mo)
The charter and by-laws of St. John's Church, in the Northern Liberties, in the County of Philadelphia; :with a short statement of the commencement and progress of that church to the present time, April 1st, 1817. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :J. Maxwell, printer., 1817. 16 p. ;19 cm (12mo)
Die Zwey Bettelknaben. :Eine lehrreiche Geschichte, für unsere deutschen Kinder. Nebst einer Todesgeschichte. Reading [Pa.], :Gedruckt bey Carl A. Bruckman,, 1817. 20 p. ;13 cm (12mo)
An die freyen und unabhängigen Erwähler im Staat Pennsylvanien. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Conrad Zentler, 1817] 16 p. ;24 cm (8vo)
Memoir on fossil reliquia of unknown vegetables in the coal strata. By the Rev. Henry Steinhauer. Communicated May 2d, 1817, to the American Philosophical Society, and published in volume first, new series, of their Transactions. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1817] [2], 32, [1], 266-297, [1] p. ;27 cm (4to)
Descriptions of several species of chondropterigious fishes, of North America, with their varieties. by C.A. Le Sueur. Read Oct. 17th, 1817. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1817?] [1], 384-392 p. ;27 cm (4to)
A monograph of North American insects, of the genus Cicindela. By Thomas Say. Read, 7 Nov. 1817. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1818] [1], 402-425 p. ;27 cm (4to)
The polytechnic repository, or Academy of science and art, :containing a complete system of useful and polite education, as well as general knowledge. Intended for the use of schools and private students. By C.W. Bazeley. In seven volumes. Vol. III. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for the author, and sold by M. Carey and Son. William Fry, printer., 1819. 444 p., [1], 5 leaves of plates :ill. ;18 cm (12mo)
Eine merkwürdige Geschichte von der Bekehrung dreyer Juden-Kinder welche Christen geworden und den 14ten August 1789, in Berlin getauft wurden. :Die ganze Geschichte ist vor einiger Zeit einem gewissen hier in Amerika wohnenden Herrn, von dem Herrn Moritz von Schweinitz, in einem Briefe zugeschickt worden. Sie wird also aus der Absicht der Welt bekannt gemacht, damit sie allen Lesern, (bey welchen ein solches Betragen von Kindern gewiss Erstaunen erregen wird,) zur Erbauung und Segen gereichen möge! Reading [Pa.], :Gedruckt, bey Carl A. Bruckman,, 1818. 12 p. ;17 cm (12mo)
Verzeichniss einiger deutschen Bücher welche um beygesezte Preise zu haben sind bey Mathew Carey und Sohn. Philadelphia. 1818. [Easton, Pa. :Printed by Christian Jacob Hütter, 1818] 16 p. ;17 cm (8vo)
Llewellen, or The vale of Phlinlimmon: :a novel. In two volumes. Vol. I[-II] Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by Mathew Carey and Son, Chesnut-Street., 1818-1819. 2 v. ;18 cm (12mo)
A description of, and critical remarks on the picture of Christ healing the sick in the Temple; :painted by Benjamin West, Esq. president of the Royal Academy, London, and presented by him to the Pennsylvania Hospital. By John Robinson, portrait and miniature painter, Philadelphia. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by S.W. Conrad, No. 87, Market Street, for the Pennsylvania Hospital. William Brown, printer., 1818. 24 p., [2] leaves of plates :ill. ;24 cm (8vo)
The pocket companion: or, Every man his own lawyer. By a gentleman of the bar. Laid down in so plain a manner, that the farmer, mechanic, apprentice, or school boy, can draw any instrument of writing, without the assistance of an attorney. Prefaced with several pages of scrip; showing a correct form in which an instrument of writing should be drawn, and to instruct those who wish to improve their hand writing at leisure hours at home, without the instruction of a teacher. Norristown [Pa.]: :Printed by David Sower, Jun., 1818. 106, [2] p. :forms ;19 cm
Grand concert of sacred music, at Washington Hall, on Tuesday, February 10, 1818. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1816] [8] p. ;20 cm
An appeal to the Scriptures, for their decision relative to the design, extent & effect of the propitiation made by Jesus Christ. By Archibald Cameron, a minister of the Gospel. [Warrenton, Va.] :Punblished by O. Thomas and G. Love. Caldwell & M'Kennie, printers, Warrenton, Va., 1818. iv, [3], 8-97, [1] p. ;19 cm (8vo)
A Defence of the resolution of the Episcopal Convention, held at Winchester, in May, 1818. [Winchester, Va.? :s.n. 1818] 36+ p. ;20 cm (12mo)
To the members of the First Presbyterian Church, in the city of Philadelphia. :The First Presbyterian Church, contains one hundred and sixty-three pews. These are now all occupied, except a few parts of those, that are most distant in the gallery. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1818] 8 p. ;20 cm (8vo)
To the members of the First Presbyterian Church in the city of Philadelphia. :A pamphlet having been printed and distributed, for the purpose of prevailing upon the members to sell the church, and to build a larger one in another situation--I am induced as a member, to offer a few observations upon a proposal so importantly interesting to us all. ... [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Clark & Raser, printers., [1818] 7, [1] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Letter to the members of the First Presbyterian congregation, of Philadelphia; by several of its members. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1818?] 15, [1] p. ;23 cm (8vo)
Statement submitted to the president of the United States. The United States vs. John Defargues [sic], &c. :The prisoners were indicted in the district court of the Louisiana district, on the [blank] day of [blank] in the year 1819, for piracy: ... [New Orleans, La.] :Theo. F. Converse, printer., [1819?] 33, [1] p. ;20 cm
The works of Henry Fielding, Esq. :Containing A journey from this world to the next, A voyage to Lisbon, The true patriot, &c. New-York [N.Y.]: :Published by William Durell., 1819. [4], 297, [1] p., [1] leaf of plates :ill. ;21 cm (12mo)
An introductory lecture, to a course on experimental philosophy, :delivered Nov. 5, 1819, and published by request. By John D. Craig, professor of natural philosophy in the University of Maryland. Baltimore [Md.]: :Published by Fielding Lucas, Jun. John D. Toy, printer., 1819. 20 p. ;22 cm (8vo)
The catalogue of books, and list of members' names, of the Society Library Company of Doylestown, Bucks County. Doylestown [Pa.]: :Printed by Simeon Siegfried., December-- 1819. 11, [1] p. ;17 cm
Emmeline. :With some other pieces. By Mary Brunton, author of Self-control, and Discipline. To which is prefixed a memoir of her life, including some extracts from her correspondence. New-York [N.Y.]: :Published by James Eastburn and Co. Literary Rooms, Broadway. Clayton & Kingsland, printers., 1819. xcii, [4], 102-240 p. ;21 cm (12mo)
Erstes Verzeichniss der Bücher, :welche in der Deutschen Buchandlung von Hennings and Zinkernagel, in Philadelphia, (Cherry Street, No. 17.) um beigesetzte Preise zu haben sind. Reading [Pa.]: :Gedruckt bey Carl A. Bruckman., 1819. 48 p. ;17 cm (12mo)
Eine Kleine Sammlung alter und neuer Geistreicher Lieder, :zur Erbauung und Gebrauch aller Gott liebenden Seelen. Zusammengetragen und zum Druck befördert von Johannes Walter, Prediger. Reading [Pa.], :Gedruckt bey Johann Ritter und Comp. für den Verfasser., 1810. 73, [3] p. ;13 cm (12mo)
Die Ernsthafte Christenpflicht; :darinnen schöne geistreiche Gebäter, womit sich fromme Christen-Herzen zu allen Zeiten und in allen Nöthen trösten können. Somerset [Pa.]: :Gedruckt bey Friedrich Goeb., 1810. 216, 206-211, [30] p. ;14 cm (12mo)
Death: a vision; or, The solemn departure of saints and sinners, represented under the similitude of a dream. By the Rev. John Macgowan, author of Dialogues of devils, Looking glasses, &c. [New York, N.Y.] :Printed and published by T. Kinnersley. And to be had at his warehouses in New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore., 1819. xii, [1], 14-103, [1] p. ;15 cm (12mo)
A comparison of the controversy between the Calvinists and the Arminians with the epistle of St. Paul to the Romans. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., ca. 1805?] 80, [3], 82-266, [2] p. ;23 cm (8vo)
Documents respecting Barbary, :accompanying the President's communications to Congress, of the 8th December, 1801. Washington City [ D.C.]: :Printed by William Duane., 1801. [2], 48 p. ;22 cm (8vo)
No. III. of documents accompanying the President's communications to Congress, the 8th day of December, 1801. :Department of State, 8th December, 1801. Sir, I have the honor to transmit herewith two copies of the second census ... [Washington, D.C. :s.n., 1801] 5, [3] p., [2] folded leaves ;22 cm
Document, No. VIII. :Accompanying the President's communications to Congress of December 8, 1801. This statement has reference to the 15th June, 1801. [Washington, D.C. :s.n., 1801] 19, [1] p. ;22 cm (4to)
Index to the Journal of the Senate of Pennsylvania. Session 1802-3. Lancaster [Pa.], :Printed by William Dickson., 1807. 27, [1] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
The book of common prayer, and administration of the sacraments, and other rites and ceremonies of the church. :According to the use of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the United States of America. Together with the Psalter, or Psalms of David. New-York [N.Y.]: :Published by Smith & Forman. M'Farlane & Long, printers., 1809. [34], 194 [i.e., 294] p. ;13 cm (12mo)
The American military library; or, Compendium of the modern tactics. :Embracing the discipline, manoeuvres, and duties of every species of troops. Infantry, rifle corps, cavalry, artillery of position, and horse artillery; a treatise on defensive works in the field, the exercise in sea coast batteries, and regular fortifications. Adapted to the use of the militia of the United States; to whom it is respectfully dedicated. By William Duane, lieutenant colonel in the Army of the United States. Vol. II. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by and for the author, at No. 98, Market-Street, 1809. [2], v, [1], xvi, 204, 140, [1], 206-355, [1] p.,ill. ;23 cm (8vo)
The American military library; or, Compendium of the modern tactics. :Embracing the discipline, manoeuvres, and duties of every species of troops. Infantry, rifle corps, cavalry, artillery of position, and horse artillery; a treatise on defensive works in the field, the exercise in sea coast batteries, and regular fortifications. Adapted to the use of the militia of the United States; to whom it is respectfully dedicated. By William Duane, lieutenant colonel in the Army of the United States. Vol. I[-II]. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by and for the author, at No. 98, Market-Street, 1809. 2 v. :ill. ;23 cm (8vo)
The shorter catechism, composed by the Assembly of Divines at Westminster: containing the principles of the Christian religion. To which is added, short and easy questions for children, at first beginning. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed and sold by John Bioren, No. 88, Chesnut-Street., 1817. 23, [1] p. ;18 cm (12mo)
The Holy Bible, :containing the Old and New Testaments: translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by Mathew Carey, No. 121, Chesnut-Street., 1813. [816] p. ;17 cm (12mo)
Arrangements of passages in the Scriptures; in prose, and in poetry. By Smith Travers. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for the author, by William Fry, Walnut Street, near Fifth., 1818. 84 p. ;32 cm
Report of the Watering Committee to the Select & Common Councils, November 7, 1811. Published by order of Councils. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by Jane Aitken, No. 71, North Third-Street., 1811. 6, [10] p. ;34 cm (folio)
Report of the Watering Committee to the Select and Common Councils. Read January 11, 1815. Published by order of Councils. Philadelphia [Pa.]. :Printed at the Office of the United States' Gazette., 1815. 10, [8] p. ;34 cm (folio)
Report of the Watering Committee to the Select and Common Councils. Read January 25, 1816. Published by order of the Councils. Philadelphia [Pa.]. :Printed by William Fry, Walnut, near Fifth Street., 1816. 32 p. ;34 cm (folio)
Report of the Watering Committee to the Select and Common Councils. Read January 14, 1819. Published by order of the Councils. Philadelphia [Pa.]. :Printed by William Fry, Walnut, near Fifth Street., 1819. 17, [1] p. ;34 cm (folio)
The churchman's choral companion to his prayer book; :consisting of chants, responses, and anthems, with Scripture hymns set to appropriate melodies; composed, selected, and adapted to the usage of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, in two, three, and four parts, with thorough bass, for the organ or piano forte. By the Rev. William Smith, D.D. New-York [N.Y.]: :Printed for the author., 1809. 8 p., 45, [1] p. of plates :music ;25 x 34 cm
Documents accompanying a message from the President of the United States, with sundry statements of expenditures containing the following statements: :a detailed account of the expenditure and application of public monies in the Quarter Master General's Department, from the 1st of January 1797, to 31st of December 1801; abstract expenditure and application of public monies for the contingent expenses of the War Department from the 1st of January 1797, to the 31st of December 1801. A statement of expenditure in the Quarter Master General's Department, commencing with 1st January 1797, and ending 21st December 1801. 23d December, 1803. Ordered to lie on the table. Part II. Printed by order of the House of Representatives. Washington City [D.C.]: :Printed by William Duane and Son., 1803. [2], 118; [4], 9-30 p. ;33 cm (folio)
Accounts of the corporation of the city of Philadelphia, for the year 1811. Published by order of the Councils. Philadelphia [Pa.]. :Printed by Jane Aitken, No. 71, North Third Street., 1812. 47, [1] p. ;21 cm (8vo)
A crude picture of latter ages, or an undisguised scrutiny of the modern predominant knowledge, social order and happiness, :to which is prefixed the living Hebrews' illustration, and the plain investigation of the profuse bliss that the rambling Jews have successfully dispensed in the northern hemisphere; likewise the impartial exposure of the same race meritorious professed principles, giving them claim to urge in the world, of their bring the only children of God, and, as such, the glorious Israelites revealed in the holy pages, as the destined people one day which is to operate human reformation, their fantastical hope and delusion clearly demonstrated. Also terminated by a series of quotations of the obvious fulfilment of the Holy Scripture, giving explicit warning to the inadvertent human species of this desolated and devastated planet that they are fast approaching the time of the disastrous catastrophe generally predicted by the godly inspired prophets, the grievous observations are dedicated to the serious cogitation of the afflicted, having no delight in the afflictions of others, and the sincere believers in the Sacred book of Divine Revelation. Fourth number of the candid truth, and various vindication of Sylvan, gardener, enemy of human diseases, adversity, torture, and death. [Providence, R.I.? :s.n.], Third month of the year 1817. vi, [2], 9-185, [1] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
March, 1816. Modern publications, and new editions of valuable standard works, printed for M. Carey, No. 121, Chesnut Street, Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1816] 12 p. ;20 cm (12mo)
June, 1816. Modern publications, and new editions of valuable standard works, printed for M. Carey, No. 121, Chesnut Street, Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1816] 24 p. ;20 cm (12mo)
The United States and England: :being a reply to the criticism on Inchiquin's letters. Contained in the Quarterly review for January, 1814. Philadelphia: :Published by Bradford and Inskeep; and A.H. Inskeep, New-York. Van Winkle and Wiley, printers. 1815. 115, [1] p. ;21 cm
Statement of deaths, :with the diseases and ages, in the city and liberties of Philadelphia, from the 1st of January, 1816 to the 1st of January, 1817. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1817] [4] p. ;43 cm (folio)
State of the accounts of the Pennsylvania Hospital, :as adjusted by the managers, being a summary of the receipts and payments for the year ending 4th month, 27th, 1816. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1816] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;55 x 38 cm.
Statement of deaths, :with the diseases and ages, in the city and liberties of Philadelphia, from the 1st of January 1809, to the 1st of January 1810. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1810] [4] p. ;41 cm. (folio)
State of the accounts of the Pennsylvania Hospital, :as adjusted by the managers, being a summary of the receipts and payments for the year, ending 4th mo. 28th, 1810. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1810] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;56 x 38 cm
State of the accounts of the Pennsylvania Hospital, :as adjusted by the managers, being a summary of the receipts and payments for the year ending 4th mo. 23d, 1808, and laid before the contributors at their annual meeting the 2d day of the 5th mo. 1808. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1808] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;59 x 41 cm
Philadelphia, Nov. 1807. William W. Woodward, No. 52, corner of Second and Chesnut-Streets, will put to press in a short time, the Miscellaneous works of the Rev. Charles Buck, ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by William W. Woodward, 1807] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;56 x 25 cm
State of the accounts of the Pennsylvania Hospital, :founded by charter for the lunatics and sick poor of Pennsylvania, and by a late act of Assembly extended for the benefit of foundlings and lying-in women, as adjusted by the managers, being a summary of the receipts and payments for the year ending 4th month 28th, 1804, and laid before the contributors at their annual meeting, the 7th of the 5th month, 1804. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed by Archibald Bartram, No 58, North Second Street., [1804] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;59 x 46 cm
State of the accounts of the Pennsylvania Hospital, :founded by charter for the lunatics and sick poor of Pennsylvania, and by a late act of Assembly extended for the benefit of foundlings and lying-in women. as adjusted by the managers, being a summary of the receipts and payments for the year ending 4th. month 23d. 1803, and laid before the contributors at their annual meeting, the 2d. of the 5th. month, 1803. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed at the Office of "Poulson's American Daily Advertiser.", [1803] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;58 x 45 cm
State of the accounts of the Pennsylvania Hospital, :adjusted by the managers: being a summary of the receipts and payments for the year ending 4th. mo. 24, 1802, and laid before the contributors at their annual meeting. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed by Z. Poulson, jun., [1802] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;58 x 46 cm
State of the accounts of the Pennsylvania Hospital, :adjusted by the managers: being a summary of the receipts and payments for the year ending the twenty-fifth day of the fourth month, 1801, and laid before the contributors at their annual meeting. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed by T.L. Plowman., [1801] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;55 x 37 cm
Communication from the secretary of the Treasury, to the chairman of the committee appointed to investigate the state of the treasury, :in answer to enquiries made by the committee. [Washington, D.C. :s.n., 1802] 18 p. ;32 cm
The dramatic works of Baron Kotzebue. Translated from the German, by Charles Smith. Vol. III. Containing Fraternal discord, Writing desk, Abbe de l'Epee, False shame, East Indian, Speed the plough. New-York [N.Y.]: :Printed for Charles Smith, No. 52 Maiden-Lane, and Stephen Stephens, No. 165 Pearl-Street., 1800 [i.e. 1801]. [2]; 74; 27 [i.e. 72]; 42; 63, [1]; 71, [1]; 69, [3] p. ;21 cm (8vo)
The dramatic works of Baron Kotzebue. Translated from the German, by Charles Smith. Vol. III. Containing Fraternal discord, Writing desk, Abbe de l'Epee, False Shame, East Indian, Speed the plough. New-York [N.Y.]: :Printed for Stephen Stephens, No. 165, Pearl-Street., 1800 [i.e. 1803]. [2]; 74; 27 [i.e. 72]; 42; 63, [1]; 66; 80 p. ;22 cm.
Anniversary address to the Medical Society of the State. By the president. [New York, N.Y. :s.n., 1812] [1], 104-125, [1] p. ;23 cm (8vo)
Der im Wald sitzende schlafende böhmische Bauer. :Die folgende erschreckliche und traurige Geschichte von einem im Wald sitzenden und schlafenden böhmischen Bauer, hat sich in dem Dorfe Stockum, ohnweit der Stadt Eger, im Königreiche Böhmen, zugetragen. Ein jeder, der diese traurige Geschichte leset, wird daraus ersehen, dass Gott schreckliche Strafgerichte über diejenigen. ergehen lässt, welche frevendlich ihn lästern und seinen Sabbath entheiligen. [Pennsylvania? :s.n., ca. 1810?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;44 x 23 cm
Geistlicher Irrgarten, :mit vier Gnadenbrunnen, dadurch kürzlich angedeutet werden: erstlich, die vier Ströme des Paradieses, ... Reading [Pa.], :Gedruckt und zu haben bey Johann Ritter und Comp., 1811. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;cm
Mel. Herzlich thut mich Verlangen, &c. Ephrata [Pa.]: :Gedruckt bey Samuel Baumann,, im Jahr 1811. 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;46 x 27 cm
Die wunderbare Geschichte von Cocordia, :eines Commendanten Tochter, welche 120 Jahren entführet war, und meinte es wären nur etlichen Stunden. Ephrata [Pa.]: :Gedruckt bey S. Baumann,, 1811. 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;44 x 27 cm
Haus-Segen. :In Gottes Namen geh ich aus, Ach Herr! regier du heut das Haus: ... [Ephrata, Pa.] :Samuel Baumann, Drucker zu Ephrata., 1813. 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;33 x 40 cm.
Ein Trauer-Gesang über eine erschröckliche Mord-That. [Pennsylvania? :s.n., ca. 1815?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;45 x 18 cm
Adam und Eva, im Paradies. :Mel. Herzlich thut mich Verlangen, &c. Reading [Pa.], :Gedruckt, und zu haben bey Heinrich, B. Sage., [between 1810 and 1827] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;41 x 33 cm
Kine pox. Satisfaction to the unsatisfied. :On Friday the 2d inst. I inoculated masters Charles and Robert Yeaton, George Manent, Peter M. Loud, and John Rinalde, (all of Portsmouth) with fresh smallpox matter, from Mr. Jackson West, who was labouring under a full crop of pustules ... [Portsmouth, N.H. :s. n., 1802] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;21 x 15 cm
Ein Vortrefliches Kräuter-Buch für Haus-Väter und Mütter, :nebst etlichen auserlesenen recepten. Wie auch eine Anweisung zur Färbe-kunst, blau, roth, gelb, &c. &c. zu färben. Nebst einer Prognostischen Tabelle der glücklichen und unglücklichen Tage im ganzen Jahr, welche in Egypten gefunden worden. [Reading, Pa. :Gottlob Jungmann und Carl Andreas Bruckmann], Gedruckt im Jahr 1803. 32 p. ;17 cm (8vo)
A Topographical and statistical account of the province of Louisiana, :containing, a description of its soil, climate, trade, and produce, its divisions, rivers, lakes, cities, towns, &c. laws, customs, habits, and manners--civil, commercial, political, and ecclesiastical establishments--numbers and pursuits, of inhabitants, together with new and interesting particulars, relative to the Indian tribes: to which is annexed, a copious preface; and, the recent conventions, between the United States, and the French Republic. Compiled by different individuals, possessed of the best information, and from the documents communicated to Congress, by the president. [Baltimore, Md.] :From the Franklin Press: Baltimore, printed for John Rice, Samuel Butler, and Warner & Hanna. By Martin & Pratt., 1803. [3], iii, [1], 14-80 p., [1] folded leaf ;17 cm (12mo)
Das vortrefliche Rothe Heilpflaster, :dieses Pflaster is an Kraft und Wirkung dem güldenen Heilpflaster gleich; ... Dieses Pflaster wird verfertiget und ist zu haben bey Peter Fahrny. [Hagerstown, Md.? :s.n., ca. 1804] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;12 x 13 cm
The man of feeling. By H. Mackenzie, Esq. New-York [N.Y.]: :Published by Thomas B. Jansen, No. 116 Broadway., 1805. vi, [1], 8-242, 241-245, [3] p. ;17 cm (8vo)
A chymical catechism for the use of young people: :with copious notes for the assistance of the teacher; to which are added a vocabulary of chymical terms, useful tables, and a variety of amusing experiments. by S. Parkes, manufacturing chymist. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1807] [3], 6-16 p. ;22 cm (8vo)
A concise description of Schooley's Mountain in New Jersey; :with some experiments on the water of its chalybeate spring. New-York [N.Y.]: :Printed by J. Seymour, No. 49, John-Street., 1811. 12, [2] p. ;22 cm
The pilgrim. :A comedy. Written by Fletcher, altered by Dryden. Revived, with material additions. Printed under the inspection of James Wrighten, prompter, agreeably to the representation at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by Francis Shallus, No. 49, South Third Street. Fry and Kammerer, printers., 1811. 72 p. ;15 cm (12mo)
Proposals for publishing by subscription, a translation from the French, of A. Le Sage's Historical genealogical chronological and geographical atlas. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed by Jane Aitken., [1810] 11, [1] p. ;21 cm (8vo)
Extract from the proceedings of the Senate of Pennsylvania, relative to the Kine-pock. :Tuesday, January 30, 1810. Mr. Doty presented the memorial of Dr. James Smith, of the city of Baltimore, (enclosing an act of the legislature of Maryland;) which was read ... [Baltimore, Md. :s. n., 1810] 11, [1] p. ;17 cm (12mo)
The book of common prayer, and administration of the sacraments, and other rites and ceremonies of the church, :according to the use of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the United States of America: together with the Psalter; or Psalms of David. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by Benjamin C. Buzby. No. 2, North Third Street. Griggs & Dickinson, printers., 1813. vii, [31], 39-423, [1] p. ;12 cm (24mo)
The Whole book of Psalms, in metre; :with hymns, suited to the feasts and fasts of the Protestant Episcopal Church, and other occasions of public worship. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by Benjamin C. Buzby , No. 2 North Third Street. Griggs & Dickinson, printers., 1813 [4], 258, [2] p. ;12 cm (24mo)
An address to the people of England, by William Cobbett. [United States :s.n., 1812] 21, [3] p. ;21 cm (8vo)
The British settlement in Pennsylvania. The British Emigrant Society, to their countrymen: :The society having seen the extreme inconvenience to which many of their countrymen, on their arrival in the United States, have been exposed, ... have made arrangements for the establishment of a British settlement in the county of Susquehanna, and state of Pennsylvania, near to the important markets of Philadelphia and New York, ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1819] [4] p. :map ;32 cm (folio)
Anster fair. :A poem in six cantos. With other poems. Baltimore [Md.]: :Published by Coale and Maxwell., 1815. vi, 192 p. ;14 cm (12mo)
Address to the physicians of Philadelphia, on the present decline of the medical character, and the means of advancing professional respectability. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 182-?] 39, [1] p. ;21 cm (8vo)
Memorial of the New-York Historical Society to the Hounourable the Legislature of the State of New York. New-York [N.Y.]: :Printed by C.S. Van Winkle, No. 122 Water-Street., 1814. 11, [1] p. ;23 cm (8vo)
Some observations, taken in part from an address delivered in the new meetinghouse in Brattleborough, July 7th, 1816, being the first Christian communion held in that place. [Brattleboro, Vt. :s.n., 1816] 16 p. ;19 cm
Description of the land and fresh water shells of the United States. By Thomas Say. From Mitchell, Ames, & White's third edition of Nicholson's encyclopedia. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :[s.n.], 1819. [16] p., IV plates :ill. ;22 cm (8vo)
Laws of the Commonwealth establishing and defining the powers of the Boston Board of Health; :with the rules, orders and regulations of said board relative to internal health, quarantine of vessels, burying grounds, &c. Published by the board. [Boston, Mass. :s.n., 1819?] 38, [2] p. ;23 cm (8vo)
An eulogium in commemoration of Doctor Caspar Wistar, :late president of the American Philosophical Society held at Philadelphia. By the Hon. William Tilghman. Chief justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, and one of the vice presidents of the American Philosophical Society. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n.], 1818. [3], 76-114 p. ;24 cm (8vo)
New, complete and universal natural history, :of all the most remarkable quadrupeds, birds, fishes, reptiles, and insects, in the known world: illustrative of their natures, manners, dispositions, habits, &c. From the last London edition of J. Macloc Esq. Much improved and enlarged in the descriptions, and by the introduction of a great number of animals which were not in the London edition. Particularly, an account of the great sea serpent, or the scoliophis atlanticus: which was seen in the harbour of Gloucester, Massachusetts. Embellished with fifty seven elegant copperplate engravings: all executed in a masterly style and representing near four hundred animals. / By Benjamin Mayo. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by J. Pounder, No. 134 North Fourth Street. M'Carty and Davis, printers., 1818. xii, [1], 14-348 p., [1], 56 leaves of plates :ill. ;19 cm (12mo)
The tutors' and scholars' museum: :containing a curious short method of addition, also, a great variety of useful and amusing questions in arithmetic. To which is added, a letter written in Virginia, to the author's scholars in the County of Bucks, &c. By Benjamin Sands. Doylestown [Pa.]-- :Printed for the author., 1819. 24 p. ;19 cm (12mo)
An act incorporating the Philadelphia Saving Fund Society. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1819] 8 p. ;17 cm (12mo)
Speech of the Hon. Mr. Mercer, in the House of Representatives, on the Seminole War. [Washington, D.C. :s.n., 1819] 33, [3], p. ;18 cm (12mo)
Speech of Mr. Ervin [sic], of South Carolina, in the House of Representatives of the U.S. [Washington, D.C. :s.n., 1819] 8 p. ;18 cm. (12mo)
A discourse, delivered in the chapel of the South-Carolina College, July 4th, A.D. 1819, :at the request of the inhabitants of Columbia. By Jonathan Maxcy, D.D. president of the South-Carolina College. Columbia, S.C. :Printed at the State Gazette Office, 1819. 18 p. ;20 cm
Annual report of the managers of the "Ladies Orphan Society," for the year 1819. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1819?] 12 p. ;17 cm (12mo)
The second annual report for the year 1818, :of the managers of the Indigent Widows and Single Women's Society. With a list of the officers and managers, and of the contributors since the last annual report. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by order of the society. William Fry, printer., 1819. 19, [1] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Catalogue of the honorary and immediate members of the Porcellian Club, Cambridge, Mass. :Instituted 1791. Cambridge [Mass.], :Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf., October, 1819. 18, [2] p. ;24 cm (8vo)
Livres francois. [Boston, Mass. :s.n., 1819] 15, [1] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Rules of the Southern Dispensary, for the Medical Relief of the Poor. :Instituted August 26, 1816. With a list of contributors, managers, and officers, for 1819; and the annual report for 1818. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1819] 11, [1] p. ;17 cm (12mo)
Rules of the Philadelphia Dispensary, for the Medical Relief of the Poor. :Instituted April 12, 1786. With a list of contributors, managers, and officers, for 1819; and the annual report for 1818. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1819] 12 p. ;17 cm (12mo)
Night thoughts on life death & immortality by Edward Young, L.L. D. Philadelphia [Pa.]. :Published by B.C. Buzby No. 28 North 3rd Street., 1818. 320 p. , [2] leaves of plates :ill. ;11 cm (24mo)
A specimen of printing types, from the foundry of E. White, No. 11 Thames-Street, New-York. [New York, N.Y. :s.n., 1818] [28] p. :ill. ;18 cm
A specimen of printing types cast at D. & G. Bruce's foundry, Chamber-Street, New-York D. & G. Bruce execute orders for all kinds of printing materials with the greatest promptitude. They have six lines pica, nine lines pica, and twelve lines pica, of a bold and elegant cut, which could not conveniently be exhibited in this specimen. [New York, N.Y. :s.n., 1818] [26] p. :ill. ;18 cm
The constitution and by-laws of the Union Sabbath School Association of the Northern Liberties of Philadelphia. :Instituted April 24, 1815. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by Anderson and Meehan, No. 59, Locust-Street., 1818. 22, [2] p. ;18 cm
Rules and regulations of the Northern Dispensary, for the Medical Relief of the Poor. :Instituted October 1st, 1816. With a list of contributors, managers, and officers: and the annual report for 1817. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1818] 12 p. ;18 cm (12mo)
The annual report and account current of the Orphan Asylum Society, in the city of New-York, for April, 1818. :With a list of subscribers, donations, &c. New-York [N.Y.]: :Printed by Samuel Wood & Sons, No. 261, Pearl-Street., 1818. 29, [3]p. ;18 cm. (12mo)
Report of the president and managers to the stockholders of the Union Canal Company of Pennsylvania: ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1817] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ;21 x 14 cm
An address of the committee, appointed by the Bible Society of Lexington Virginia, :to the people of Rockbridge County, soliciting their patronage to said society. Harrisonburg [Va.]: :Printed by Lawrence Wartmann, Rockingham County, Virginia., 1817. 18, [2] p. ;19 cm (12mo)
A View of exertions lately made for the purpose of colonizing the free people of colour, in the United States, in Africa, or elsewhere. City of Washington [D.C.], :Printed by Jonathan Elliot, Pennsylvania Avenue., 1817. 21, [1] p. ;24 cm (8vo)
Proposals for publishing, by subscription, The religious olive branch, or, Faults on nearly all sides. :Establishing, by incontrovertible historical evidence, that the hideous crime, religious persecution, has been perpetrated by nearly all denominations of Christians when possessed of power. By Mathew Carey. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1817] 8 p. ;21 cm.
Constitution of the Roman Catholic Sunday School Society. :Philadelphia, May 7, 1816. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1817] 4 p. ;21 cm
The Holy Bible, :containing the Old and New Testaments: translated out of the original tongues; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Stereotyped by B. and J. Collins. New-York [N.Y.]: :Published by Collins and Hannay, No. 230 Pearl Street, 1818. 792 p. ;18 cm (12mo)
Ewington's arcana of short hand, arranged in regular lessons. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by the author, corner of Twelfth and Chesnut Streets. W. Brown, printer, Prune street., 1818. 12 p., [2] folded leaves of plates ;ill. ;17 cm (12mo)
The English reader: or, Pieces in prose and poetry, selected from the best writers. :Designed to assist young persons to read with propriety and effect; to improve their language and sentiments; and to inculcate some of the most important principles of piety and virtue. With a few preliminary observations on the principles of good reading. By Lindley Murray, author of an English grammar, &c. &c. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by John Carson, No. 44 North Fourth street., 1818. xlii, [2], 316 p. ;18 cm. (12mo)
Narrative of an expedition to explore the river Zaire, :usually called the Congo, in South Africa, in 1816, under the direction of Captain J.K. Tuckey, R.N. To which is added, the journal of Professor Smith; and some general observations on the country and its inhabitants. Published by permission of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. New-York [N.Y.]: :Published by Kirk & Mercein, 22, Wall-Street. Printed by William A. Mercein,, 1818. [8], lxxxi, [3], 86-410, [2] p., [1] folded leaf of plates :ill., map ;24 cm. (8vo)
Lady Caroline Lamb, and Lord Byron. :M. Thomas, No. 52, Chesnut Street, Philadelphia, has just published, a new and highly interesting novel, entitled Glenarvon, two volumes, price two dollars. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1816] [4] p. ;20 cm
An address, on the abolition of the slave-trade, :delivered before the different African Benevolent Societies, on the 1st of January, 1816. And published at their particular request. By Russell Parrott, member of the Benezett Philanthropic Society. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by T.S. Manning., 1816. 12 p. ;19 cm (12mo)
The Narrative of Francis Newport, :shewing the horrors of infidelity, as manifested on the death-bed of this modern free thinker. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by "The Religious Tract Society of Philadelphia," and for sale at their depository, No. 8, South Front-street. Wm. Bradford, agent., 1816. 12 p. ;20 cm (12mo)
The Bladensburgh races. :An epic poem. (Embellished with cuts.) (Probably it is not generally known, that the flight of Mahomet, the flight of John Gilpin, and the flight of Bladensburgh, all occurred on the 24th of August.) [United States] :Printed for the purchasers., [1816?] 4 p. :ill. ;24 cm (8vo)
The American lady's pocket book, for the year 1817. :Containing an almanac. Ruled pages for memorandums, observations, and engagements; also for accounts of monies received, paid, or lent, for every day in the year. Description of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. Dr. Gregory's Legacy to his daughters. Answers to last year's enigmas. New enigmas and charades. Original and selected poetry. New and celebrated songs. A marketing and other useful tables. To be continued annually. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Published by A. Small, No. 112, Chesnut Street, Philadelphia. (Two doors below the post office.) Where is also published, The gentleman's annual pocket remembrancer., [1816] 168 p., [1] leaf of plates ;12 cm (24mo)
Report of the managers of the Union Canal Company of Pennsylvania, to the stockholders, at their general meeting, on the nineteenth day of November, 1816. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1816] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ;21 x 12 cm
Report of the president and managers to the stockholders of the Union Canal Company of Pennsylvania. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1815] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ;21 x 13 cm
Hoch-deutsches lutherisches A B C- und Namen-Büchlein :für Kinder welche anfangen zu lernen. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Gedruckt bey Conrad Zentler, für Georg W. Mentz, Buchbinder und Buch-händler, No 71, in der Rehs Strasse, zwischen der Zweyten und Dritten Strasse., 1816. [32] p. :ill. ;16 cm (8vo)
Der Wahrsager oder neues Traumbüchlein :welches alle Arten von Träumen, Erscheinungen und Vorbedeutungen aufs richtigste auslegt und erklärt; nach der heiligen Schrift und glaubwürdigen weltlichen Autoren. Chämbersburg. (Pa) :Gedrukt [sic] [bey Heinrich Merklein], im Jahr 1815. [2], 30 p. :ill. ;13 cm (16mo)
The constitution of the Pike Beneficial Society of the City of Philadelphia. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for the society. L. Scott, printer., 1815. 28 p. ;18 cm (8vo)
The London cries. For the amusement of all the good children throughout the world. :Embellished with cuts, taken from life. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by John Carson, No. 204 North Third-street., [between 1816 and 1826?] [4], 7-14 p. :ill. ;13 cm (16mo)
A thanksgiving sermon: delivered at Oxford Meeting-House, April 13th, 1815. :On occasion of the peace concluded between the United States of America and Great Britain. By Andrew B. Davidson. V.D.M. Published by request of the congregation. Harrisonburg [Va.]: :Published by George Bourne., 1815. [3], 6-24p. ;20 cm (12mo)
Bioren's town and country almanack, for the year of our Lord 1816; :being bissextile, or leap year. Calculated by William Collom. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed and sold by John Bioren, No. 88, Chesnut-street, where is also published, "The annual compting house sheet almanack," and "Pennsylvania pocket almanack.", [1815] 48 p. :ill. ;19 cm (12mo)
The dairyman's daughter: :extracted from an authentic and interesting narrative, communicated by a clergyman of the Church of England. Andover [Mass.]: :Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1814. [2], 24, [2] p. ;18 cm (12mo)
Strictures on the modern system of female education. :With a view of the principles and conduct prevalent among women of rank and fortune. By Hannah More. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Published by Edward Earle, Philadelphia. J. Maxwell, printer., 1814. [5], 10-356 p. ;15 cm (12mo)
Der kleine Catechismus des sel. D. Martin Luthers. :Nebst den gewöhnlichen Morgen- Abend- und Tisch-Gebeten. Welchem die Ordnung des Heils - in einem Liede, in kurzen Sätzen, in Frag und Antwort, und in einer Tabelle; wie auch eine Zergliederung des Catechismus das Würtembergische kurze Kinder-Examen, die Confirmation und Beichte beygefügt, und etliche Lieder, Freylinghausens Ordnung des Heils, das goldene A B C der Kinder, und die sieben Buss-Psalmen angehängt sind. Zum Gebrauch der Jungen und Alten. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Gedruckt für Jacob Meyer bey James Stackhouse., 1814. [4], 138, [2] p. ;14 cm (12mo)
Harrison and Perry. Chauncey and the knight. Intrepid Pike. Captain Lawrence. Captain Allen. Boyd and Covington. The battle of Erie. Naval song.. [United States :s.n.], January, 1814.. 8 p. ;18 cm
A description of the Yellow Springs in Pennsylvania. :(From the Port folio for July, 1810). [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n., 1810?] 4 p. ;22 cm
The Philadelphia directory, for 1807. :Containing the names, trades, and residence of the inhabitants of the city, Southwark, and Northern Liberties: also, a calendar, from the 1st of February 1807 to the 1st of February 1808, and other useful information. By James Robinson. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed for the publisher, by T.S. Manning., [1807] [324], lv, [1] p. :map ;17 cm (12mo)
An inquiry into the efects [sic] of ardent spirits upon the human body and mind. :With an account of the means of preventing, and of the remedies for curing them. By Benjamin Rush, M.D. professor of medicine in the University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for gratuitous distribution., [1811?] [4], 32 p. ;18 cm (12mo)
Catalogue of the books belonging to the Law Library Company of the City of Philadelphia. :To which are prefixed, the charter, regulations, and a list of the members. Published by order of the directors. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed by J. Maxwell., 1811. 35, [1] p. ;18 cm (12mo)
Ovid's Art of love; together with his Remedy of love. :Translated into English verse. To which are added, The court of love, and The history of love. New-York [N.Y.]: :Printed for John Jones, Piccadilly., 1811. xi, [2], 14-215, [1] p., [4] leaves of plates :ill. ;15 cm (12mo)
The mirror of misery; or, Tyranny exposed. Extracted from authentic documents and exemplified by engravings.. New-York [N.Y.]: :Printed and sold by Samuel Wood, No. 357, Pearl-Street., 1811.. 48 p. :ill. ;16 cm
Regulations of New-Bedford Library. [New Bedford, Mass. :s.n., 1811] 8 p. ;16 cm (8vo)
Catalogue of books, belonging to New-Bedford Library. 1812. [New Bedford, Mass. :s.n., 1812] [12] p. ;16 cm.(8vo)
She wou'd and she wou'd not: :a comedy, in five acts. By Colley Cibber, Esq. As performed at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Published by Mathew Carey, 1811] 95, [1] p., [1] leaf of plates :port. ;16 cm (12mo)
Every man in his humor. :A comedy by Ben Jonson. With alterations and additions, by D. Garrick. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Published by Mathew Carey, 1811] [5], 102-196 p. ;16 cm (12mo)
Seamanship, both in theory and practice. :To which is annexed, An act to establish a board of wardens for the port of New-York, and for the regulation of the pilots and pilotage of the said port, passed April 9, 1811. To which is added, the regulations for pilotage, adopted by the said board. Illustrated with engravings. New-York [N.Y.]: :Printed and sold by Edmund M. Blunt, at his nautical book store, Sign of the Quadrant, No. 202, Water-Street, corner of Beekman-Slip. Also by Edward Little and Co. booksellers, Newburyport, and E. Little, No. 8, State-Street, Boston., May-- 1811. 146, [6] p., [2] folded leaves of plates :ill. ;24 cm (8vo)
The election: :a comedy, in five acts. By Joanna Baillie. [Philadelphia, Pa.Published by Mathew Carey, 1811] [3], 176-275, [1] p. ;15 cm (12mo)
The English reader: or, Pieces in prose and poetry, :selected from the best writers. Designed to assist young persons to read with propriety and effect: to improve their language and sentiments; and to inculcate some of the most important principles of piety and virtue. With a few preliminary observations on the principles of good reading. By Lindley Murray, author of "English grammar, exercises," etc. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by Bennett and Walton, No. 31, Market-Street., 1812. xxxvi, [1], 38-392, [4] p. ;18 cm (12mo)
The juvatum for the lunar observations; :designed to facilitate the acquirement of a correct practical knowledge of the lunar observations; and to prevent the inexperienced and young beginners, from falling into the many errors to which they are exposed. By David M'Clure, teacher of the Nautical Academy, 118, Chesnut-Street. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for the author by Thomas Town, No. 118, Chesnut-Street., 1812. 32, 32-45, [288] p. :ill. ;22 cm (4to)
Der kleine Catechismus des seelingen Doctor Martin Luthers. :Nebst den gewöhnlichen Morgen- Abend- und Tisch-Gebeten. Welchem die Ordnung des Heils in einem Liede, in kurzen Sätzen, in Frag und Antwort, und in einer Tabelle. Wie auch eine Zergliederung des Catechismus; das Würtembergische kurze Kinder-Examen, die Confirmation und Beichte beygefügt, und etliche Lieder, Freylinghausens Ordnung des Heils, das goldene A B C der Kinder, und die sieben Buss-Psalmen beygefügt sind. Zum Gebrauch der Jungen und Alten. Philadelphia [Pa.]. :Gedruckt bey Jacob Meyer. Für Georg W. Mentz, Buchhändler und Buchbinder, No. 71. Rehestrasse [sic]., [1812?] [4], 138, [2] p. ;14 cm (12mo)
The British system of education: :being a complete epitome of the improvements and inventions practised at the Royal Free Schools, Borough-Road, Southwark. By Joseph Lancaster.. Washington [D.C.]: :Published by William Cooper; and by Joseph Milligan, Georgetown., 1812.. xx, 100+ p. , [1]+ leaves of plates :ill. ;19 cm.
A Concise statement of the awful conflagration of the theatre, in the city of Richmond; :which happened on the night of Thursday the 26th of December last, wherein the governor, and upwards of seventy of its most respectable inhabitants were consumed, and many others very much injured. The whole collected from letters written by respectable persons, who were eye-witnesses to the awful scene. [Philadelphia, Pa.?] :Published, January 11, 1812. 28 p. ;20 cm (12mo)
Der Psalter des Königs und Propheten Davids, verdeuschet von Dr. M. Luther, mit kurzen Summarien oder Inhalt. jedes Psalmen. Und berichtigten Parallelen oder gleichen Schriftstellen. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Gedruckt bey Jacob Meyer,, 1812. 216 p. ;15 cm (12mo)
A sermon, occasioned by the death of Gerardus Wynkoop, Esq. :preached in the Reformed Dutch Church at Northampton, on the twenty-sixth day of July, 1812. By the Rev. Jacob Larzelere, A.M. minister of the Reformed Dutch Church in North and Southampton, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Published by request. Trenton [N.J.]: :Printed by William and David Robinson., 1813. 20 p. ;22 cm (8vo)
Pastoral advice to young persons in order to their being confirmed by the bishop. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published for the Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church, for the Advancement of Christianity in Pennsylvania by Bradford & Inskeep., [1813?] 46, [2] p. ;19 cm (12mo)
A sermon on the death of the Rev. Robert Davidson, D.D. :who died December 13th, 1812; preached in the Presbyterian Church in Carlisle, February 28th, 1813, by the Rev. Robert Cathcart. Carlisle [Pa.]: :Printed by Alexander and Phillips., 1813. 33, [3] p. ;23 cm (12mo)
Duisburger Zuruf an die Mülheimer Freunde, und des Sel. Gerhard Terstegens Wiederschall. :Nebst einem erbaulichen Neu-Jahrs Wunsch von demselben.-- Auch eine Geistreiche Zuschrift und einem Geistreichen Liede, alles in Reimen.-- Nebst zwey Lehrreiche Sendschreiben von gemeldetem G. Terstegen, und einer Zugabe. [York, Pa.?] :Von einem Freund aller Kinder Gottes unter allerley Volk zum Druck befördet--, im Jahr des ausgebohrnen grossen Heils, 1813. 23, [1] p. ;17 cm (12mo)
The Pennsylvania pocket remembrancer, for the year 1814; :and of the republic, the thirty-eighth; being the second after leap year. Containing an almanac, government of the United States, executive, legislative, and judiciary. Government of Pennsylvania, executive, legislative, and judiciary. Federal courts of law. Courts in Pennsylvania. Various institutions established in Philadelphia. Together with a complete list of the American and British navies. Also a list of the American army: with several useful tables. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed and sold by John Bioren, No. 88, Chesnut-street., [1813] [96] p. ;12 cm (24mo)
Der Freund in der Noth, oder: Geheime sympathetische Wissenschaft, :welche nie zuvor im Druck erschienen. Aus dem Spanischen übersezt. [Reading, Pa. :Johann Ritter] Gedruckt in der Calender-Fabrike, zu Offenbach am Mayn, in Deutschland, auf Ansuchung eines Tyrolers, 1790., [1813?] 24 p. ;17 cm (12mo)
A new system of modern geography, or A general description of the most remarkable countries throughout the known world; :their respective situations, extent, divisions, cities, rivers, mountains, soils, and productions; their commerce, manners, customs, laws, and religion: compiled from the most modern systems of geography, and the latest voyages and travels, and containing many important additions to the geography of the United States, that have never appeared in any other work of the kind. Illustrated with eight maps, comprising the latest discoveries, and engraved by the first American artists. By Benjamin Davies. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Published by Johnson and Warner, and for sale at their bookstores in Philadelphia, and Richmond, (Vir.), 1813. xxiv, [1], 26-447, [1] p. , [8] folded leaves of plates :maps ;19 cm (12mo)
Catholisches Gebeth-Buch mit allem versehen, was nothwendig und heilsam ist zur Andacht eines Christen. [Lancaster, Pa.] :[Joseph Ehrenfried] Philadelphia im Verlag bey Matthew [sic] Carey,, 1813. xi, 12-275, [1] p. ;13 cm (12mo)
Epitome of Workman's Geography, :containing such parts only as are necessary to be committed to memory. Published at the desire of sundry teachers. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by John M'Culloch, No. 1, North Third Street., 1810. (W. M'Culloch, printer.) 126 p. :ill. ;15 cm (12mo)
Unsers Herrn Jesu Christi Kinderbuch, oder Merkwürdige historische Beschreibung von Joachim und Anna, deren Geschlecht, aus welchem sie geboren. :Item, von ihrer Tochter, der Jungfrau Maria, und von der Geburt und Auferziehung Christi; wie auch von der Flucht Christi, und was sich wohl auf ihrer Reise nach Egypten, als auch bey ihrem siebenjährigen Aufenthalt daselbst, nicht weniger bey der Rückreise und hernach zu Jerusalem vor grosse Wunderwerke zugetragen haben. Ganz frisch aus dem Italienischen ins Deutsche übersetzt. [Lancaster, Pa.? :Henrich und Benjamin Grimler?, 1810?] 48, [2] p. ;18 cm (12mo)
A discourse delivered at the request of the Female Charitable Society, :in the new church in Middletown; December 26th, 1809. By D. Huntington. Published by request of the society. Middletown [Conn.]: :Printed by T. Dunning., 1810. 19, [1] p. ;20 cm (8vo)
The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, translated out of the original Greek; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by and for William W. Woodward, No. 52, Second, corner of Chesnut-street., 1810. [216] p. ;15 cm (12mo)
Abrisz eines Unterrichts in der Christlichen Lehre, für die Evangelische Jugend. Von J.A. Brobst. [Lancaster, Pa.? :Henrich und Benjamin Grimler?, 1810?] [4] p. ;17 cm (8vo)
An elegy on Mrs. Elizabeth Lobb, :who died in child-birth, December, 1810, leaving six small children and a disconsolate husband to deplore her loss. Humbly inscribed to the Reverend Rich'd C. Moore, D.D. rector of St. Stephen's Church, of which she was for many years a pious member, by his most sincere, and most obliged humble servant, Henry Pope. New-York [ N.Y.]: :Printed by Largin & Thompson, No. 189 Water-street., [1810?] [8] p. ;23 cm (8vo)
The constitution of the Philadelphia Society, for the Establishment and Support of Charity Schools. :Incorporated the eighth day of September, 1801. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by order of the society., 1810. 12 p. ;19 cm (12mo)
Constitution and bye-laws of the Richland Company for the Detection of Horse-Thieves. [Doylestown, Pa.] :Miner's Press,--Doylestown., [between 1806 and 1824] 12 p. ;20 cm (12mo)
A Premium. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by Jacob Johnson, No. 147 Market-Street, 1806. [72] p. :ill. ;15 cm
Poulson's town and country almanack, for the year of our Lord 1807; :being the third after leap year. Calculated by Abraham Shoemaker. The names and characters of the twelve constellations, the time of the sun's entrance into each of them, and the manner in which they are said to govern the human body. ... Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by John Bioren, No. 88, Chesnut-Street; where is published, the "Annual compting house sheet almanack," and "Pennsylvania pocket almanack.", [1806] 48 p. :ill. ;18 cm (12mo)
The charter of the First Independent Church of the city of Philadelphia. April 14, 1806. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1806] 11, [5] p. ;17 cm (8vo)
The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, :translated out of the original Greek; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. (Appointed to be read in churches and families.) Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed and sold by Abel Dickinson, Whitehall--1/4 mile above Callowhill Street, on the Ridge Road., 1808. [268] p. ;19 cm (12mo)
Rules & regulations of the Blockley and Merion Society, for promoting agriculture and rural economy. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1808]. 4, [4], 5-7, [1] p. ;16 cm (12mo)
Ella Rosenberg; :a melo-drama. In two acts; as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury Lane. By James Kenney, Esq. Boston [Mass.]: :Printed for John West, No. 75, Cornhill., 1808. (E.G. House, printer.) 35, [1] p. ;15 cm (12mo)
M'Culloch's pocket almanac, for the year 1808. :Being bissextile of leap-year, and 33-34 of American independence. ... Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for E. M'Culloch, No. 1, North Third Street., [1807] [32] p. ;11 cm (24mo)
Der kleine Catechismus des sel. D. Martin Luthers. :Nebst den gewöhnlichen Morgen- Tisch- und Abend-Gebeten. Welchem die Ordnung des Heils, in einem Liede, in kurzen Sätzen, in Frag und Antwort, und in einer Tabelle; wie auch eine Zergliederung des Catechismus, das Würtembergische kurze Kinder-Examen, die Confirmation und Beichte beygefüget; und etliche Lieder, Freylinghausens Ordnung des Heils, das güldene A, B, C, der Kinder, und die sieben Buss-Psalmen, angehänget sind. Zum gebrauch der Jungen und Alten. Germantaun [Pa.]: :Gedruckt bey Michael Billmeyer,, 1807. [4], 127, [1] p. ;14 cm (12mo)
Geistliches Vogel-Gesang, :von verschiedenerley Vögelien: was dieselbige von Natur und Wesen an sich haben. Ephrata [Pa.]: :Gedruckt bey John Bauman,, 1807. 15, [1] p. ;12 cm (16mo)
The curse of Christendom; or Bigotry and bitterness exposed: :being an answer to the late defamatory publication by the Rev. William White, pastor of the Second Baptist Church, Philadelphia, entitled "Christian Baptism," &c. Wherein his libellous charges against the Rev. Joseph Totten, presiding elder of the district of New-Jersey, and the Methodist and Quaker societies, are proved to be fallacious and unfounded. Part III. By Thomas Branagan, author of Political and theological disquisitions, &c. &c. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for the purchaser., 1809 23, [1] p. ;14 cm (12mo)
Catechismus, oder Kurzer Unterricht christlicher Lehre, :für die angehende Jugend in der Churfürstlichen Pfalz und andern Reformirten Orden zu gebrauchen: samt der Haus-Tafel mit und ohne Biblischen Sprüch-Büchlein, alles zur Ehre Gottes. Carlisle [Pa.]: :Gedruckt bey F. Sanno., 1808. 111, [1] p. ;13 cm (12mo)
Trauer-Lied des Erz Vater Jacobs, über die Abschieds-Riese seines jüngsten Sohnes Benjamin nach Egypten. [Germantown, Pa :Michael Billmeyer, 1805?] [4] p. ;16 cm
I. Riley & Co. of New-York exchange and sale list of books in quires or bound, at reduced prices to the trade. June 1805. [New York, N.Y. :s.n., 1805] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ;23 x 14 cm
A catalogue of books, on commission, now selling, wholesale and retail, at very low prices, at I. Riley & Co's. Law-Repository, No. 1 City-Hotel, Broad-Way, where is constantly kept a large assortment of law publications, and books, in all clases [sic] of literature .... Orders from the country, promptly executed, on the lowest terms. New-York [N.Y.]: :Printed by Deare & Andrews, 1805. 48 p. ;23 cm (8vo)
C.P. Wayne has now in the Washington Press, the first volume of Anquetil's Universal history, :exhibiting the rise, decline, and revolutions of the different nations of the world, from the Creation to the present time. It is printing on vellum paper, in nine octabo volumes. Subscribers to have it at the very moderate price of $1 : 87 1/2 cents, per vol. in boards. ... C.P.W. proposes publishing a new work, entitled, Female biography; or, Memoirs of illustrious and celebrated women of all ages and countries. ... Philadelphia, 1804. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Caleb Parry Wayne, 1804] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ;23 x 15 cm
An act to incorporate "The Associates of the Jersey Company." [Trenton, N.J.? :s.n., 1804?] 8 p. ;22 cm
A plan for the Ladies Fund, in the United States of America, for the relief of those afflicted with cancers: :together with a history of the author's sufferings during fifteen years. By James Houston, farmer, Virginia. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed by Peter Stewart, No. 34, South Second-Street, for the author., 1804. 48 p. ;18 cm (12mo)
Dilworth's spelling-book improved: :being a new and easy guide to the English tongue. To which are now added, Ash's grammatical institutes. Washington [Pa.]: :Printed for the benefit of the family of the late John Colerick., 1804. 132 p. :port., ill. ;18 cm (12mo)
Socrates and Jesus compared. By Joseph Priestley, L.L.D. F.R.S. Philadelphia [Pa.], :Printed for P. Byrne., 1803. [8], 60, [2] p. ;21 cm (8vo)
Socrates and Jesus compared. By Joseph Priestley, L.L.D. F.R.S. Philadelphia [Pa.], :From the press of the late R. Aitken [by Jane Aitken], No. 20. North Third Street., 1803. [8], 60, [2] p. ;23 cm (8vo)
State of Newhampshire. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and three. :An act, to incorporate sundry persons by the name of "the president, directors and company of the Exeter Bank." [Exeter, N.H.] :Henry Ranlet, printer, Exeter., [1803?] 12 p. ;18 cm. (12mo)
Der kleine Catechismus des sel. D. Martin Luthers. :Nebst den gewöhnlichen Morgen- Tisch- und Abend-Gebeten. Welchem die Ordnung des Heils, in einem Liede, in kurzen Sätzen, in Frag und Antwort, und in einer Tabelle; wie auch eine Zergliederung des Catechismus, das Würtemburgische kurze Kinder-Examen, die Confirmation und Beichte beygefüget; und etliche Lieder, Freylinghausens Ordnung des Heils, das güldene A, B, C, der Kinder, und die sieben Buss-Psalmen, angehänget sind. Zum gebrauch der Jungen und Alten. Germantaun [Pa.]: :Gedruckt bey Michael Billmeyer,, 1803. [4], 127, [1] p. ;14 cm (12mo)
The wonderful and most deplorable history of the latter times of the Jews: :with the destruction of the city of Jerusalem. Which history begins where the Holy Scriptures end. By Josephus ben Gorion. Whereunto is added, a brief of the ten captivities, with the portrait of the Roman rams, and the engines of battery, &c. As also, of Jerusalem; with the fearful and the presaging apparitions, that were seen in the air, before her ruin. [Leominster, Mass.] :Printed at Leominster, Massachusetts, by Adams & Wilder, and sold by them at their printing office in Leominster., March 1803. vi, 305, [1] p. ;17 cm (12mo)
The pocket Hoyle: :containing the games of whist, quadrille, piquet, quinze, vingt-un, lansquenet, pharo, rouge et noir, cribbage, matrimony, cassino, reveris, put, connexions, all fours, speculation. To which is added, the games of brag and chess. With the practice and rules, as established and practised by the correctest players. Copy-right secured. New-York [N.Y.], :Published by David Longworth, at the Shakspeare Gallery. L. Nichols, print., 1803. [2], 80, 79-109, [1] p. ;12 cm (24mo)
An examination of the various charges exhibited against Aaron Burr, Esq. vice-president of the United States; :and a development of the characters and views of his political opponents. By Aristides. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for the author., 1803. 77, [1] p. ;23 cm (8vo)
Rules of the Philadelphia Dispensary, for the Medical Relief of the Poor. :Instituted April 12th, 1786. With a list of contributors, managers, and officers; and the annual report for 1811. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1812] 11, [1] p. ;18 cm (8vo)
Kurzgefasstes Weiber-Büchlein, :welches sehr nützlichen Unterricht für Schwangere Weiber und Hebammen, enthält; Wie auch Die auserlesendsten Arzney-Mittel für aller Arten Krankheiten Beyderley Geschlechts. Ferner: Eine Anweisung zur Färbe-Kunst, Blau, Roth, u.u. zu färben. [Reading, Pa.] :Gedruckt [bey Gottlob Jungmann und Carl Andreas Brückmann], im Jahr 1802. 64 p. ;12 cm (16mo)
Hoch-deutsches lutherisches A B C und Namen Büchlein, :für Kinder, welche anfangen zu lernen. Germantaun [Pa.]. :Gedruckt und zu haben von Michael Billmeyer., 1802. [32] p. :ill. ;17 cm (8vo)
The New-England primmer improved, :for the more easy attaining the true reading of English. To which is added the Assembly of Divines' catechism. New-York [N.Y.]: :Printed by John Tiebout, No. 246, Water-Street., 1801. 72 p. :ill. ;11 cm (24mo)
Alterations and amendments of the laws of the Scots' Thistle Society. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., not before 1810] 7, [1] p. ;22 cm (8vo)
The epistle from the Yearly Meeting, held in London, by adjournments, from the 19th to the 28th of the fifth month, 1802, inclusive: :to the quarterly and monthly meetings of Friends, in Great-Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n., 1802] 3, [1] p. ;34 cm (folio)
Seven sermons; on important subjects by Robert Russel, at Wardhurst, in Sussex. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Published by Johnson & Warner, No. 147, Market Street., 1809. (Lydia R. Bailey, printer.) 141, [1] ;15 cm (12mo)
By the authority of the state of Pennsylvania. Sixth class. No. [blank] Grand State Lottery, for the improvement of internal navigation. :This ticket will entitle the possessor to such prize as may be drawn to its number, if demanded within twelve months after the completion of the drawing: subject to a deducation of fifteen per cent. Payable sixty days after the drawing is finished.--Philadelphia, 1818. [blank] manager. Commissioners. George Latimer, Isaac Worrell, Thomas Leiper, John Connelly, and Andrew Bayard, Esqrs. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1818] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;6 x 15 cm
Be it known, that I have constituted and appointed [blank] my substitute, or proxy, :for me and in my name, to vote at the next annual election for directors of the United States Insurance Company. [blank] Philadelphia, [blank] 181[blank] [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., between 1810 and 1819] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;13 x 21 cm
Princeton Library. Certificate, no. [blank] :this certifies, that [blank] is a member of the Princeton Library Company, and is entitled to [blank] share in the same, and all the privileges and advantages thereof, for which the sum of [blank] dollars has bee paid: subject to the yearly payment of [blank] agreeable to the laws of said company. In witness whereof, this certificate is signed by the secretary, and sealed with the seal of the said company, this [blank] day of [blank] A.D. 181[blank] [blank] Sec'y. [New Brunswick, N.J.] :Printed by L. Deare, New-Brunswick., [not after 1812] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;21 x 18 cm
To all, to whom these presents shall come; the trustees of the Albany-Library, do certify, that [blank] is admitted a member of the Albany-Library, :and is entitled to one share in the property thereof. In testimony whereof, the said trustees have caused their common seal to be hereunto affixed, this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord one thousand [blank] hundred and [blank] By order of the trustees, [blank] chairman. Teste, [blank] treasurer. [Albany, N.Y. :s.n., not after 1803] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;37 x 21 cm
Received, the [blank] day of [blank] one thousand eight hundred and [blank] of [blank] five dollars for the use of the Library Company of Germantown, :it being the consideration of a share in the books and effects of the said company, in pursuance of a vote of the directors for admitting the said [blank] a member thereof. Witness my hand and the common seal of the said company hereto affixed, the day and year above written. [blank] treasurer. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., not after 1814] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;15 x 20 cm
Shipped in good order, and well conditioned, :by [blank] in and upon the good [blank] called the [blank] whereof is master for this present voyage, [blank] and now riding at anchor in the [blank] and bound for [blank] ... [Philadelphia] :Sold by S.F. Bradford., [not after 1807] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;15 x 27 cm
The Holy Bible: :containing the Old and New Testaments: together with the Apocrypha: translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised, by the special command of King James I. of England. With marginal notes and references. To which are added, an index; an alphabetical table of all the names in the Old and New Testaments, with their significations; tables of Scripture weights, measures, and coins, &c. &c. Embellished with three maps and twenty seven historical engravings. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed and published by Mathew Carey, No. 122, Market Street. For sale at the store of Edward Cotton, Boston., 1806. [4], 676, [1], 682-834, [3], 836-1073, [1] p., 30 leaves of plates (2 folded) :ill., maps ;28 cm (4to)
Rules and regulations for the field exercise and manoeuvres of infantry, :compiled and adapted to the organization of the Army of the United States, agreeably to a resolve of Congress, dated December, 1814. Published by order of the War Department. New-York [N.Y.]: :Printed and published by by T. & W. Mercein., 1815. 360 p. ;22 cm
Regulations concerning the library. [Boston, Mass. :s.n., ca. 1810?] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ;22 x 14 cm
Grand concert. :G. Pfeiffer, respectfully informs his friends and the public, that he intends giving a concert of vocal & instrumental music, on Monday, 5th of May, inst. at the Masonic Hall, kindly assisted by the principal professors and amateurs of the city. ... N.B. The performance to commence precisely at half past 7 o'clock. Tickets to be had at one dollar each, at Mr. Blake's musical repository, South Fifth-street; Mr. Willig's, South Fourth-street; Mr. Bacon's, nearly opposite; and at Mr. Anthony's, in Market near Third-street; at G. Pfeiffer's, No. 29 South Tenth-street; also at the hall on the night of performance. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1817] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;26 x 19 cm
To all persons the Inspectors of the Prison in the city of Philadelphia, sendeth greeting: :Whereas the legislature of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania by an act, entitled, "An act to direct the sale of certain unimproved lots the property of this commonwealth in the city of Philadelphia, and to appropriate the proceeds thereof towards the erection of a building for the purpose of mare completely carrying into effect the penal laws of this state," ... passed the second day of April, one thousand eight hundred and three. Ans in pursuance of the said act the Inspectors of the Prison of the city of Philadelphia, on the [blank] one thousand eight hundred and [blank] exposed to public sale certain vacant city lots; when [blank] purchased the lot numbered [blank] in the plan exhibited of vacant city lots, for the price or sum of [blank] Therefore this indenture, made the [blank] day of [blank] one thousand eight hundred and [blank] between [blank] aforesaid of the one part, and the said [blank] of the other part, witnesseth, that for and in consideration of the aforesaid sum of [blank] dollars unto them well and truly paid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, they the aforesaid Inspectors of the Prison have granted ... all the said lot of ground ... In witness whereof the aforesaid Inspectors of the Prison have hereunto signed their names and affixed their seals the day and year above written. Seals and delivered in the presence of us. [blank] The [blank] day of [blank] Anno Domini 180[blank] ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., between 1803 and 1805] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;39 x 58 cm
Cheshire County Bible Society. An address to the public; followed by the constitution of the society, and a form of subscription. [Keene, N.H. :s.n., 1816] 16 p. ;20 cm
Travels in Japan and other countries, by Charles Peter Thunberg, M.D. Knight of the Order of Vasa, professor of botany in the University of Upsal, &c. Philadelphia [Pa.]. :Printed and sold by Joseph & James Crukshank, No. 87, High-Street., 1801. 107, [1] p. ;15 cm (12mo)
New public-house. :The subscriber, widow of John Long, deceased, informs her friends and the public, that she has lately taken a new stand, in New Fourth Street a little above Callowhill street, Sign of the Moon and Stars. The house is large and commodious, the stables and sheds in complete order, being entirely new; the yard is large and convenient, and the whole admirably well calculated for the best accomodations [sic]. Having for several years kept a public house at the corner of Third and Callowhill Streets, Sign of the Drover, she is desirous of continuing the business at her new stand, nearly opposite, where she solicits the patronage of her friends and the public, and hopes by her attention to merit their favors. Mary Long. Philadelphia, October 9th, 1807. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Joseph Rakestraw printer, No. 190, North Third Street, Philadelphia., [1807] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;26 x 21 cm
The passions of the soul. :Represented in several heads; engraved from the designs of the celebrated Monsieur Le Brun. Philadelphia [Pa.] :Publish'd & sold by the proprietor J. Thackara No 43 So. 2d. Street, [between 1801 and 1803?] [13] leaves of plates :ill. ;27 cm
The Battle of Flodden. :To which is added, Within a mile of Edinburgh. The village wedding; or What a fine thing to be married. American independence; a new patriotic song. Contentment. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n., ca. 1803?] 8 p. :ill. ;17 cm
Popular tales. By Maria Edgeworth, author of Practical education, Belinda, Castle Rackrent, Irish bulls, &c. &c. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for Collins & Croft, No. 73 Market Street., 1819. 2 v. ;17 cm
Subscription book. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1819] [2]; 3, [1]; 3, [1]; 3, [1]; [4]; 8 p., [17] leaves of plates (1 folded) :ill., map, ports. ;22 cm
Taylor's directions for sailing up Delaware Bay. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed by T.S. Manning, corner of Sixth and Chestnut streets, Philadelphia,, 1816. 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;42 x 34 cm
Prospectus of a plan for the establishment of a botanic garden, near the city of Philadelphia, to be called The Pennsylvania Botanic Garden. [Philadelphia, Pa :s.n., 1816] [1] sheet ([1] p.) ;40 x 25 cm
Germantown, Jan. 11th, 1816. To the inhabitants of [blank] :We take the liberty to inform you, that a meeting of the inhabitants of Roxborough, Germantown and Bristol townships, was held, to take into consideration, the expediency of applying to the legislature, for the establishment of a new county, to relieve us from the inconveniencies and disadvantages under which we labor, in our connection with the city and suburbs of Philadelphia. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1816] [4] p. ;34 cm
Additional rules and regulations for the government of the Library of the United States. [Washington, D.C.] :Jonathan Elliot, printer., [1816] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;31 x 22 cm
Haus-Segen. Reading [Pa.], :Gedruckt bey C.A. Bruckman., [between 1816 and 1826] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;18 x 17 cm
Im Namen der allerheiligsten Dreyfaltigkeit. :Das güldne A B C für Jedermann, der gern mit Ehren wollt bestahn. Reading [Pa.], :Gedruckt bey C.A. Bruckman., [between 1816 and 1826] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;42 x 34 cm
Exhibition at the Academy of the Fine Arts. :Mr. Allston's picture of the dead man restored to life by touching the bones of the prophet Elisha. Size of the picture 13 feet by 11. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by John Bioren, 1816] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;25 x 19 cm
War Department. An act to provide for designating, surveying, and granting the military bounty lands. : [Washington, D.C. :s.n., 1817?] [4] p. ;26 cm
Hope & Co grand state lottery office, 63, Chesnut Street, Philadelphia. :Tender to the public their grateful thanks for the liberal patronage they have experienced in the former classes of the Pennsylvania State Lottery, and respectfully inform them, the fourth class will commence in four weeks, and is highly popular, as every day gives a high prize ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1817] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;30 x 15 cm
Published by order of vestry, for the information of the members of the United Episcopal Churches. Extract from the rules and statutes. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Hall & Atkinson, printers., [1817] [4] p. ;21 cm
Liebes-Erklärung. Reading [Pa.], :Gedruckt bey C.A. Bruckman., [between 1816 and 1826] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;23 x 18 cm
Catalogue of novels and romances, :being part of an extensive collection for sale by M Carey and Son, corner of Chesnut and Fourth Streets, Philadelphia. At the prices affixed. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., between 1817 and 1821] [4] p. ;40 cm (folio)
Accounts of the Guardians of the Poor, and managers of the Alms House and House of Employment, of the city of Philadelphia, district of Southwark, and township of the Northern Liberties, for the year commencing the 26th May, 1817, and ending the 25th May, 1818. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1818] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;56 x 34 cm
Philadelphia, November 28, 1818. :The Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, impressed with the belief, that the period has arrived when the encouragement of agriculture has become the imperious duty of all who feel an interest in the prosperity of their country; ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1818] 1 sheet ([2] p. ;25 x 21 cm
The contrast. :Democrats of Northampton, take your choice! ... Fellow-citizens--Your duty, as citizens of the only free republic on earth, requires of you, thatyou should attend at the polls, and exercise your right of suffrage with prudence and sound discretion ... An old Whig. [Easton, Pa.? :s.n., 1818] 54 x 18 cm
Bekenntniss des James London, welcher den 8ten August 1818, in Harrisburg hingerichtet worden, für die Ermordung dei Jenny Astin. [Harrisburg, Pa.? :s.n., 1818?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;41 x 31 cm
Brigade orders. Philadelphia City, April, 13, 1813. :The men who have this day been drafted, and the flank companies and artillery ordered into service agreeably to the orders of the commander in chief of the 5th inst. will mark the following information extracted from the militia law of this state and its several supplements. ... Daniel Sharp, Brigade Inspector 1st Brig. 1st Division. P.M. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;20 x 15 cm
(Circular.) Treasury Department, October 20, 1813. :Sir, By the act of Congress passed on the 2d day of August last "laying duties on notes of banks, bankers and certain companies; on notes, bonds and obligations discounted by banks, bankers and certain companies; and on bills of exchange of certain descriptions," a stamp-duty is laid on all promissory notes ... [Washington, D.C. :s.n., 1813] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ;26 x 20 cm
Rules and regulations for the safe keeping of the prisoners of war, detained under the custody of the Marshal of Massachusetts, at Pittsfield. [Pittsfield, Mass.? :s.n., 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;45 x 31 cm
The ensuing report of the managers of Adelphi School is published for the satisfaction of its patrons. :To the Philadelphia Association of Friends for the Instruction of Poor Children. Since the last annual report, four hundred and four children have been admitted into the Adelphi School, ... On behalf of the Board of Managers. Roberts Vaux, secretary. Philadelphia, twelfth month, 29th, 1813. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1813] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;34 x 21 cm
An ordinance for the prevention and suppression of nuisances, and other public trespasses in the township of Moyamensing. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1814] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;28 x 23 cm
The largest bread in this city will be baked to-morrow at my bake-house, :No. 107, Vine Street, between Third and Fourth Streets, (north side the first bake-house from Third Street)--where the subscriber will continue to bake, wheat and rye, with, and without, Indian, also, bread made of half wheat, and half rye, with Indian, ... John Hayward, baker. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1814?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;29 x 24 cm
Embargo bread. :The subscriber has the honor to return his grateful thanks to the public from the flattering encouragement he has experienced in his business at No. 27, South Water street, five doors above Chesnut Street, Philadelphia, ... Henry Meyer. ... [Philadelphia, Pa.] :P.M. Lafourcade printer No. 159, North Third Street., [1814] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;23 x 20 cm
From the Aurora. Alien enemies. :We have been favored with a copy of the opinion delivered by chief justice Tilghman, in the case of Charles Lockington--which opinion has since been confirmed by the unanimous opinion of the supreme court, delivered on the 1st of January, 1814. The opinion was delivered by the chief justice on the 22d day of November, 1813--in the words following: ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1814] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 29 cm
A view of education. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Sold by Edward Parker, No. 178, Market Street, Philadelphia., 1814] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;59 x 47 cm
(Circular) The committee of superintendence appointed to furnish supplies for the relief of the poor, :in the course of the deliberations connected with a discharge of that duty, have been induced to enquire into the causes which produce the necessity for the very great demand that is made upon the public bounty, and private munificence, of the citizens of Philadelphia, for the assistance of the indigent. ... Robert Ralston, John Cooke, Robert Waln, James Stuart, John Goodman, Ebenezer Ferguson, Roberts Vaux. Committee of superintendence, &c. &c. Philadelphia, March, (3d mo.) 8th, 1815. To [blank] The ward and district committees, are requested to address their reports to Roberts Vaux, No. 79, Arch-street. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1815] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;26 x 21 cm
Political and commercial register. Extra. Philadelphia. Sunday, February 19, 1815. :The treaty of peace ratified. (From the National intelligencer, Feb. 18.) James Madison, president of the United States of America. To all and singular to whom these presents shall come, greeting: Whereas a treaty of peace and amity between the United States of America, and His Britannic Majesty was signed at Ghent, on the twenty fourth day of December, one thousand eight hundred and fourteen ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1815] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;55 x 34 cm
Office of the Philadelphia gazette, Feb. 12th. :Laus Deo! Glorious news!!! Peace. An express passed this city this morning for the southward. He brought a letter dated last night, at New-York, which we delivered to Mr. Havens, who, politely shewed us its contents, which are as follow: "A British sloop of war,* with Mr. Carroll, and a Treaty of peace has just arrived--signed on the 24th December. When the express left New-York, at eleven o'clock, last night, the city was brilliantly illuminated. No mail from New-Orleans. *Favorite, J. Maxwell of 20 guns. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1815] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;28 x 17 cm
Regimental orders. :The 74th Regiment, P.M. will, instead of battalion trainings, parade on Friday next, the 19th instant, in Seventh-street, between Race and Vine-streets, at three o'clock, P.M. The quarter-master will attend to the delivery of the arms at that time and place. Courts of appeal will be held on Monday, the 5th of June next, at Hurlick's Tavern, corner of Fifth and Race-streets. By order of Col. Michael W. Ash, Geo. G. Wright, adjutant. Philadelphia, May 16th, 1815. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Hall & Pierie, printers, No. 51, Market-street, Philadelphia., 1815. 1 sheet ([1] p.) :coat of arms ;29 x 23 cm
Tenth annual report of the trustees of the Free-School Society of New-York. [New York, N.Y. :s.n., 1815] [4] p. ;33 cm (folio)
Index of the war. Or, History in miniature of the late conflict with Great Britain. :From its declaration, June 18th, 1812, to the ratification of the treaty, February, 1815; giving a critical, brief, and impartial account of the most noted battles, by sea and land, with the numbers killed and wounded, as far as can be obtained, on each side. Carefully selected from official authorities. [United States :s.n., 1815?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;58 x 47 cm
General rules to govern applications for bounty lands on the part of heirs of deceased soldiers. [Washington, D.C. :s.n., 1817] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ;26 x 21 cm
Himmels-Brief, :nach welchem sich jeder kluge Hausvater mit seiner Familie genau richten soll, um einst an den Ort zu kommen, von woher dieser Brief an alle Menschen, wes Standes sie sind, gesendet ist, nemlich in den Himmel. [Pennsylvania? :s.n., 1815?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;41 x 36 cm
A list of the members and officers of the Senate of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, for the session 1809--10. :With their places of residence in the borough of Lancaster. ... [Lancaster, Pa.] :William Greer, printer., [1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;34 x 21 cm
A list of the members and officers of the House of Representatives, at the session of 1809-10; :with their places of residence in Lancaster. ... [Lancaster, Pa. :s.n., 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;42 x 34 cm
Circular to the friends of American republicanism throughout the United States. :The editor of l'Hémisphère, (a French journal published in Philadelphia,) respectfully addresses himself. He begs leave to represent to them, that since its establishment in October 1809, this journal has sustained many and serious losses ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1810] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;34 x 21 cm
Philadelphia Dispensary. Northern District. To the attending physician of the Philadelphia Dispensary for the Northern District. :I recommend [blank] to the care of the dispensary, believing [blank] to be a proper object of this charity. [blank] contributor. [blank] day of [blank] 181[blank] Rules to be observed by the patients. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 181-] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;22 x 17 cm
Patent. An entire view and section of an improved fire-engine, :patented to Jacob Perkins and Allan Pollock. ... Orders for the patent fire engines, addressed to William C. Hunneman, No. 56, Fore-Street, Boston, will be executed in the best manner, under the care of the patentees. [Boston, Mass.] :Munroe & Francis, print., [1802?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;41 x 26 cm
Nachricht von der Wirkung und dem Gebrauch des berühmten Universal-Pflasters. [Pennsylvania :s.n., ca. 1810?] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ;22 x 22 cm
Ein schön neu geistlich Lied von dem Richtseyn menschlichen Lebens. :Melodie. Gott des Himmels u.f.w. [Pennsylvania] :Neu verfasset und gedruckt für Georg Hohmann, welcher seine Dienste anbietet um Sprüche, Gebeter und Lieder aufzusetzen und um geneigte Kundschaft bittet., [ca. 1810?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;32 x 20 cm
Gedanken über den Zustand der Kirche, (sonderlich in Europa,) :in der nahen Stunde der Versuchung, die über den ganzen Weltkreis kommen wird, während dem Auftritt des Thiers, Fall der Hure und des thierischen Antichristen. [United States? :s.n., ca. 1810?] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ;30 x 23 cm
Mel. Herzlich thut mich verlangen, &c. Ephrata [Pa.]: :Gedruckt bey Samuel Baumann,, im Jahr 1810. 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;41 x 26 cm
Mel. Herzlich thut mich verlangen, &c. [Ephrata, Pa.] :Gedruckt, bey Samuel Baumann, (Penn.), [ca. 1810?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;38 x 31 cm.
Mel. Herzlich thut mich verlangen, &c. [Pennsylvania :s.n., ca. 1810?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;44 x 27 cm
Fire Company of Haddonfield. :We, whose names are hereunto subscribed, for the better preserving our houses, goods, and effects, from loss and injury by fire, mutually agree in manner following:-- ... [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Hall & Pierie, printers, No. 51, Market-Street, Philadelphia., [1811] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;40 x 32 cm
Auf den Tod einer liebenswürdigen jungen Freundin. :Von dem Singe-Chor der Deutsch Evangelisch-Lutherischen Gemeinde in Philadelphia, den 3ten Nov. 1811, mit vieler Rührung abgesungen. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Gedruckt bey C. Zentler., [1811] [4] p. :ill. ;16 cm (8vo)
St. John's Day, June 24, 1811. :Order of ceremonies at St. John's Church, preparatory to the dedication of the new Masonic Hall. ... [Philadelphia, Pa.] :J. Maxwell, printer., [1811] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;56 x 23 cm
Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 27th May, 1811. :Order of procession, at the consecration and dedication of the new hall of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania; to take place of St. John's Day, Monday 24th June, 1811. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1811] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;58 x 24 cm
The Address of the carriers of the United States' gazette, to their patrons, on the commencement of the new year, January 1, 1811. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Printed by Enos Bronson, 1810] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;36 x 18 cm
Office of the Freeman's journal, and Philadelphia mercantile advertiser. Saturday, June 20, 1812. One o'clock. Official declaration of war. :(From the National intelligencer extra, June 19.) An act declaring war between the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and the dependencies thereof and the United States of America and their territories. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1812] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;28 x 11 cm
Office of the National intelligencer, 4 o'clock, P.M. June 18, 1812. :The injunction of secrecy was about an hour ago removed from the following message and act. The report or manifesto which preceded the act is too long for present publication. To the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States. ... [Washington, D.C. :s.n., 1812] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 26 cm
General orders. Harrisburg, 25th August. 1812. :The President of the United States having, through the Secretary at War and General Dearborn, under date respectively of the 13th inst. require a detachment of 2000 Militia, to be marched with the least possible delay from the north-western parts of Pennsylvania to Buffaloe [sic], in the state of New York; ... [Harrisburg, Pa. :s.n., 1812] [4] p. ;34 cm
Whereas, by an act of Congress passed on the fourteenth day of March, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and twelve, :the president is authorised to borrow, on the credit of the United States, a sum not exceeding eleven millions of dollars, at an interest not exceeding six per centum per annum, ... [Washington, D.C. :s.n., 1812] 2, [2] p. ;33 cm
No. 97. January 10, 1812. House of Representatives. :An act to secure a speedy passage for vessels boats and rafts through Gray's ferry bridge on the river Schuylkill ... [Hamiltonville, Pa. :John Bouvier, printer, 1812] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;23 x 15 cm
The following annual report of the Board of Managers of Adelphi School, to the "Philadelphia Association of Friends for the Instruction of Poor Children," is published for the information of the patrons of that institution. :To the Philadelphia Association of Friends for the Instruction of Poor Children. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1812] [4] p. ;35 cm
To the Federal Republicans of the County of Bucks. :The Federal Republicans of the County of Northampton are exceedingly anxious that their Federal friends in the County of Bucks should distinctly understand the principles and motives, which governed their determination to run a Federal candidate at the ensuing elections for representatives in Congress ... that candidate is Samuel Sitgreaves, Esq. ... By order and on behalf of the meeting, Absalom Reeder, chairman. P. Gewinner, secretary. October 1, 1812. [Easton, Pa.? :s.n., 1812] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 29 cm
Clintonian meeting. :At a respectable meeting of Democratic Republicans, of the county of Cumberland, friendly to the election of De Witt Clinton as president, convened at the County Hall, this 19th September 1812, and called in pursuance of public notice to this effect George Brown, was called to the chair. John P. Helfenstein, appointed secretary. ... [Carlisle, Pa.? :s.n., 1812] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ;46 x 29 cm
Mel. Herzlich thut mich verlangen, &c. Ephrata [Pa.] :Gedruckt und zu haben bey Bauman und Ruth., [1812?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;21 x 24 cm
Eine Vorstellung von Begebenheiten, :welche sich auf die Kirche Gottes und die Welt beziehet, durch emblematische Figuren nach einem Maszstab der Zeit eingerichtet; in sich haltend 4800 Jahren, von ungefehr 52 Jahren vor der Sündfluth bis auf 300 Jahren in die Zeit de man erwartet das Licht, Freyheit, un Frieden in der ganzen Welt herrschen werde. [United States? :s.n., 1811?] 1 sheet ([2] p.) :ill. ;20 x 35 cm
General orders. Harrisburg, May 12, 1812. :The President of the United States having, in conformity to an act of Congress, required a draft of 14,000 men, as the quota of Pennsylvania towards the detachment of 100,000 militia, the governor is desirous, with promptitude, to perform all the duties which the constitution and laws, principle and patriotism, assign him. ... [Harrisburg, Pa. :s.n., 1812] [4] p. ;34 cm
Ming's universal sheet almanac, for 1812. [New York, N.Y.] :Printed and sold by Alexander Ming, at his Price-Current Office, No. 104 Water-street., [1811] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;52 x 39 cm
Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honourable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons of Pennsylvania, and masonic jurisdiction thereunto belonging according to the old institutions. :Dedication of "The Pennsylvania Free Mason's Hall." [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1803] 4 p. ;34 cm
Report of the Building Committee to the Board of Directors, 1st January, 1803. :(Ordered to be printed for information.) [Philadelphia, Pa.:s.n., 1803] [4] p. ;25 cm
An die freyen Erwähler in Northampton Caunty. :Freunde und Mitbürger, Da nunmehre die allgemeine Wahl nahe ist, und wir einen Scheriff zu erwählen haben, so nehme ich mir die Freyheit Euch meinen werthen Mitbürgern, einen Mann vorzuschlagen für besagtes Amt, der Fähigkeit und Treue besizt, nemlich Henrich Jarrett, Esq. von Maccungy Taunschip. ... Werfet nur einen Blick zurück, wie er vor fünf Jahren eingekerkert worden ist--und wegen seiner Standhaftigkeit und wahren Republicanismus, ... Von Eurem wohlwünschenden Freund un Diener, Ein mit ihm Gesangener im Jahr Neum und Neunzig. [Easton, Pa.? :s.n., 1804] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;28 x 23 cm
Rates of toll, according to law, at the Schuylkill Permanent Bridge. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Fry & Kammerer, printers., [1804] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;44 x 28 cm
At a general meeting of the Stockholders of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Company, :held at Wilmington, on Monday th 4th of June, 1804, the president and directors laid before the meeting a report of their proceedings and a statement of their accounts, which were read and ordered to be printed. On motion, resolved unanimously, that the thanks of the stockholders be given to the president and directors for their unremitted attention to the duties assigned them and for the judicious and satisfactory report which they have made of their proceedings. [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n., 1804] [4] p. ;43 cm
Address of the conferees of the city and county of Philadelphia, and county of Delaware, to their Democratic fellow citizens. :Friends and fellow citizens-- In obedience to the trust confided to us, we submit for your approbation and support, Doctor John Porter, as a senator for this district. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1805?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 29 cm
The following tracts of land, are offered for sale. :One plantation, situate in Manchester township, York county, about 2 miles from the borough of York, containing about two hundred and sixty acres, ... Two lots of ground, in the borough of York, ... Three hundred and ten acres of land, on the head waters of Flaughtery's run, in Washington county, ... Three thousand two hundred and forty-four acres ... on the waters of James River, in Rockbridge county ... Caleb Kirk. June 11th, 1805. ... York, (P.) :Printed by M'Clellan & King., [1805] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;56 x 24 cm
Im Namen Jesu! :Wir die Unterschriebene urkunden nnd [sic] bekennen hiermit, dass der Canditat Herr [blank] auf geziemendes Ansuchen seiner verschiedenen Gemeinen in [blank] von uns zu einem Evangelisch-Lutherischer Prediger, mit gewöhlichen Ceremonien vermittlest Auflegung der Hände ist gehörig ordinirt worden, in der [blank] Zu mehrerer Urkende desselben, haben wir Ihm dieses Zeigniss darüber mit unsres Namens Unterschrift un beygefügten Siegeln ertheilet. [New Market, Va. :Ambrose Henkel, 1806?] 1 sheet ([1] p.);32 x 20 cm
Governor's address. :Gentlemen of the Senate, and gentlemen of the House of Representatives, The favor of divine providence continues to manifest itself towards our country; producing an unprecedented state of public and of private prosperity. ... Lancaster [Pa.]: :Printed by William Hamilton,, December 4, 1806. (H.R.) 3, [1] p. ;34 cm
The carriers of the Aurora, to their patrons, on the commencement of the New Year. January 1, 1807. [Philadelphia, Pa. :Published by William Duane, 1806] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;53 x 38 cm
Catalogue of the officers and students of Nassau-Hall, Princeton, New-Jersey, November 1806. :Samuel Stanhope Smith, D.D. president, ... New-York [N.Y.]: :Printed by James Oram, No. 114, Water-Street., [1806] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;56 x 45 cm
Pennsylvania, ss. In the name, and by the authority of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, by Thomas M'Kean, governor of the said commonwealth, a proclamation. :Whereas, I have received authentic information that James Jamison [i.e. Jameson], who was lately confined in the jail of the County of Dauphin, under sentence of death, for the murder of a certain Jacob Eshelman, ... has made his escape ... I have thought it proper to issue this proclamation, hereby offering a reward of four hundred dollars ... Given under my hand, and the great seal of the state, at Lancaster, this twenty-seventh day of December, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and six, ... By the governor, T.M. Thompson, sec'y. ... [Lancaster, Pa. :s.n., 1806] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;45 x 27 cm
A list of the members and officers of the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; :with their places of residence in the borough of Lancaster. [Lancaster, Pa.] :Printed by W. Hamilton., [1807?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;34 x 22 cm
Pennsylvania ss. Thomas M'Kean. In the name and by the authority of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Thomas M'Kean, governor of the said commonwealth-- To all to whom these presents shall come--sends greeting. :Whereas during the last session of the General Assembly of this commonwealth, an act was passed in the following words, to wit, "An act to render perpetual a certain act respecting the Philadelphia and Lancaster turnpike-road." ... Given under my hand, and the great seal of the state, at Lancaster, this tenth day of June, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and seven, ... By the governor. Thos. M. Thompson, sec'ry. July 20, 1807. [Lancaster, Pa. :s.n., 1807] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :37 x 19 cm
Snyder and no tribute. :Citizens of Cumberland County the times that tried men's souls--the times of 1774, 1775, and 1776, are again returned-- ... Voters of Pennsylvania, your country is in danger, the eyes of all American are upon you, unite this day and keep down the Tory-Anglo-Faction, and save the republic. ... Let the rallying word be No tribute. And the general shout of Americans throughout the Union be May American independence be perpetual. God save the Republic. Republican, farmer, mechanick, and genuine American ticket. Governor Simon Snyder. ... [Pennsylvania :s.n., 1807] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;38 x 24 cm
New and correct editions of law books. Wm. P. Farrand, law and wholesale bookseller, Philadelphia, is reprinting, correctly, the following valuable law books, several of which will be published with new references to the later English reports, and to the reports of decisions in the United States, ... Mackay's Navigation, and Life of C.J. Fox will shortly be published by C.C. Hopkins & Co. and Wm. P. Farrand. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1807] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 29 cm
To be sold (positively) at public vendue, :on the premises, on third-day the 24th instant, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, and possession given the first of April, a farm, containing about 60 acres, late the estate of Jacob Edge, deceased, situated in White Marsh, on the Skippack Road, ... Also the several remaining lots of wood land, adjoining, ... The terms of sale will be made known on the said day, on behalf of the heirs, aforesaid. Thomas W. Pryor. 3d month, 14th, 1807. [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed by Joseph Rakestraw, No. 84, North Front Street, Philadelphia., [1807] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;26 x 19 cm
A list of the members and officers of the Senate of Pennsylvania; :with their places of residence in the borough of Lancaster. [Lancaster, Pa.] :W.C. Smyth--printer., [1807] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;34 x 21 cm
Constitution of the Mariners' Benevolent Society, of Philadelphia. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1808] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;58 x 46 cm
To the citizens of Northampton County. :Fellow citizens, The resolution of a numerous meeting of citizens of this county, held at Allen Town, on the 25th of May, who nominated James Ross of Pittsburgh as a person eminently qualified to fill the important station of governour of this commonwealth when the constitutional term of the present chief magistrate shall expire, has devolved on us the duty of addressing you in favour of that nomination. ... [Easton, Pa. :s.n., 1808] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 29 cm
Pennsylvania, ss. In the name and by the authority of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, by Simon Snyder, governor of the said commonwealth, a proclamation. :Whereas the speaker and members of the Senate, and the speaker and members of the House of Representatives of the General Assembly, have duly certified, that the said speaker of the Senate, did ... open and publish the returns of the late election ... and that upon counting ... it appeared that Simon Snyder had a majority of votes: ... Given under my hand and the great seal of the state, at Lancaster, the twentieth day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eight, and of the commonwealth the thirty-third. Simon Snyder. By the governor, Nathaniel B. Boileau, ... [Lancaster, Pa. :s.n., 1808] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;39 x 34 cm
Philadelphia, January 18, 1808, Gentlemen, :A meeting of a number of citizens and landholders of Wayne and Northampton Counties, and of citizens of Philadelphia and the Northern Liberties, was lately held at this place, on the subject of the improvement of the North Road. ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1808] [4] p. ;26 cm
A list of the members and officers of the House of Representatives, of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania; :with their places of residence in the borough of Lancaster. [Lancaster, Pa. :s.n., 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;42 x 24 cm
A statement exhibiting an account of the receipts and expenditures of the trustees of Dickinson College, from March, 1785, till October, 1809, as follows, viz. [Carlisle, Pa.] :Alexander & Phillips, printers, Carlisle., [1810] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;40 x 48 cm
Take notice. :To all officers and soldiers, or their legal representatives, ... who served in any of the provincial troops raised in North America, or British troops, who served in the same war against the French and Indians, notice is hereby given, that they are entitled to a valuable bounty of crown-lands, by virtue of the king of Great Britain's proclamations of 1754 and 1763. Also those who have claims in the late revolutionary war, against the United States, or individual states; ... Claims will be received until the 1st of October next. James Irwin. Philadelphia, July 28th, 1809. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1809] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 30 cm
Whereas, by the fifteenth section of the act incorporating the subscribers to the Bank of Pennsylvania, the directors are authorized and empowered to establish offices at Lancaster, York, or Reading, :or wheresoever else they shall think fit, within the state, ... And, whereas the corporation of the Borough of Lancaster have, by an instrument of writing, under their corporate seal, bearing date the tenth day of February last, permitted, and invited, the directors of the Bank of Pennsylvania to establish an office ... [Philadelphia, Pa.? :s.n., 1803] [4] p. ;34 cm (folio)
Encouragement to farmers. :Several citizens of Philadelphia and other parts of Pennsylvania, possessing land on Conemaugh, Blacklick, Chest, Clearfield, and Paint Creeks, and the waters of Susquehanna, in the counties of Hundingdon [sic], Somerset, and Westmoreland, offer it to settlers ... Application may be made to Thomas W. Jones or Simon James, at Beula, where a good library is established and considerable property given towards a school. Settlers may be, also, accommodated with their families, while looking for their lands. Philadelphia, June 20th, 1801. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1801] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;32 x 24 cm
Monumental engraving. :Inasmuch as the sons of Columbia consider themselves unrivalled in every laudable attempt of gratitude ... they conceive it their duty to approve, and patronize the engraving, agreeable to this description, as the design of a monument, sacred to the memory of the late General George Washington ... Description, viz. ... [Boston, Mass. :s.n., 1801] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;32 x 19 cm
Montgomery County. :The republican committee of Montgomery county having met at the house of Mr. John Winter in Worcester township, on the 25th of September 1802, Col. Samuel Miles in the chair, ... [Pennsylvania :s.n., 1802] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;46 x 30 cm
A catalogue of fruit trees, :being part of a large collection of the most rare and valuable kinds, which will be fit for transplanting in the month of November next, at the following prices, delivered at the nursery, ... The subscribers have, with much trouble and expense, laid the foundation of a nursery, upon a scale as extensive as any which has probably been attempted in America. The whole of their collection will not be fit for transplanting until the autumn of 1803, ... Daniel Smith & Co. Burlintgon, Aug. 10th, 1802. [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1802] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;42 x 34 cm
Guy Mannering; or The astrologer. By the author of "Waverly," and the "Antiquary." Three volumes in two. Volume I[-II]. Boston [Mass.]: :Printed and published by T.W. White., 1816. 2 v. ;20 cm
Success to the Idle Society! :By his high and mighty laziness. Ephraim Eager, Esq. captain-general and commander in chief of the Idle Society. To [blank] lounger------Greeting: You being appointed [blank] of an Idle Society, in the town of [blank] in the county of [blank], by virtue of the power vested in me, I do by these presents, (confiding in your everlasting idleness and laziness) commission you accordingly. ... Given under my hand and seal of the society, in Leominster, the [blank]th day of [blank], in the eighth year of the Idle Society: in the year of our Lord, one thousand, eight hundred and [blank] By order of his high and mighty laziness, [blank] sec'ry. [Leominster, Mass.? :s.n., ca. 1807?] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;24 x 14 cm
Shipped in good order and well conditioned, :by [blank] in and upon the good [blank] called the [blank] whereof is master for the present voyage, [blank] and now lying in [blank] and bound for [blank] ... [Philadelphia, Pa.] :J. Crukshank, printer., [not after 1817] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;14 x 26 cm
Public School of Germantown. :The trustees of this institution, anxious to extend its utility, and to fulfil the duties confided to them, in a manner adequate to the many local advantages which the situation of the place ought to command, have purchased a large and commodious house and lot, opposite to the former establishment, where, uniting the whole, they propose opening an extensive academy and boarding school, ... [Philadelphia, Pa. :s.n., 1810] 2, [2] p. ;24 cm (4to)
The constitution and by-laws of the Washington Benevolent Society of Pennsylvania; :together with Washington's farewell address. Printed for the society. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed at the office of the United States' Gazette., 1817. 74 p. ;17 cm (12mo)
Prospectus of a new periodical work, to be entitled the American medical and philosophical register; or, Annals of medicine, natural history, agriculture, and the arts. Conducted by a society of gentlemen. [New York, N.Y. :s.n., 1810] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;44 x 28 cm
Know all men by these presents, that we [blank] are held and firmly bound to the United States of America, :in the full and just sum of [blank] dollars to which payment, well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and severally by these presents. Witness our hands and seals, this [blank] day of [blank] one thousand eight hundred and [blank] The condition of the foregoing obligation is such, that whereas William Ellery, collector for the district of Newport, has issued and granted a certificate of enrolment, in the manner prescribed by the act entitled "An act for enrolling and licencing [sic] ships or vessels, to be employed in the coasting-trade and fisheries, and for regulating the same; for the [blank] called the [blank] ... [Newport, R.I. :s.n., not after 1807] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;32 x 18 cm
Shipped in good order, and well conditioned, by [blank] :in and upon the [blank] called the [blank], whereof is master, for this present voyage, [blank], now in the harbour of [blank] and bound for [blank]: To say, [blank] being marked and numbered as in the margin, and are to be delivered, in the like good order and well conditioned, at the aforesaid port of [blank] (the danger of the seas excepted) unto [blank] or to [blank] assigns, he or they paying freight for the said goods [blank] with primage and average accustomed. In witness whereof, the master of the said [blank] hath affirmed to [blank] bills of lading of this tenor and date; one of which being accomplished, the other [blank] to stand void.-- Dated in [blank] [Boston, Mass.? :s.n., not after 1801] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;14 x 25 cm
Shipped in good order and well conditioned, by [blank] :in and upon the good [blank] called the [blank] whereof is master for this present voyage, [blank] and now riding at anchor in the [blank] and bound for [blank] To say, [blank] being marked and numbered as in the margin, and are to be delivered in the like good order and well conditioned, at the aforesaid port of [blank] (the danger of the seas only excepted) unto [blank] or to [blank] assigns, he or they paying freight for the said goods with primage and average accustomed. In witness whereof, the master or purser of the said [blank] hath affirmed to [blank] bills of lading, all of this tenor and date; the one of which bills being accomplished, the other to stand void. Dated in [blank] [Philadelphia, Pa.] :Printed & sold by Rob. Aitken, Philadel., [not after 1802] 1 sheet ([1] p.) :ill. ;14 x 25 cm
State of Vermont. [blank] ss. To the sheriff of the County of [blank] his deputy, or either constable of [blank] in said county.--Greeting: :By the authority of the State of Vermont, you are hereby commanded to attach the goods, chattels, or estate of [blank] of [blank] in the County of [blank] to the value of [blank] dollars, lawful money, and him notify thereof according to law; and for want thereof take his body, if to be found within your precinct, and him safely keep, and have to appear before me, on the [blank] day of [blank] o'clock, in the [blank] noon, at [blank] dwelling house of [blank] in [blank] in the County of [blank] to answer unto [blank] in the County of [blank] in an action upon [blank] Whereupon the plaintiff declares in a plea [blank] to the damage of the plantiff [sic] (as he says) [blank] dollars, lawful money, and to recover the said damage, with cost, the plantiff [sic] brings this suit--(Bonds for prosecution being first given)--Hereof fail not, and make due return of this writ, and your doings herein, according to law.--Given under my hand, at [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord Christ [blank] [blank] justice peace. [blank] recognized to the defendant, in the sum [blank] dollars, as surety for costs of prosecution, as the law directs--before me [blank] justice peace. [Vermont :s.n., not after 1805] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;15 x 21 cm
State of Vermont. [blank] ss. To the sheriff of the County of [blank] his deputy, or either constable of [blank] in said county: greeting. :By the authority of the State of Vermont, you are hereby commanded to attach the goods, chattels, or estate of [blank] of [blank] in the County of [blank] to the value of [blank] dollars, lawful money, and him notify thereof according to law; and for want thereof take his body, if to be found within your precinct, and him safely keep, and have to appear before me, on the [blank] day of [blank] o'clock, in the [blank] noon, at [blank] dwelling-house of [blank] in the County of [blank] to answer unto [blank] in the County [blank] in an action upon [blank] to the damage of the plaintiff (as he says) [blank] dollars, lawful money, and to recover the said damage, with cost, the plaintiff brings this suit-----(Bonds for prosecution being first given)---Hereof fail not, and make due return of this writ, and your doings herein, according to law.---Given under my hand at [blank] this [blank] day of [blank] in the year of our Lord Christ [blank] [blank] justice peace. [blank] recognized to the defendant, in the sum of [blank] dollars, as surety for costs of prosecution, as the law directs--before me [blank] justice peace. [Vermont :s.n., not after 1805] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;15 x 21 cm
(Owner or consignee's oath on entering of merchandize.) District of New-York.--Port of New-York, :I [blank] do solemnly, sincerely and truly [blank] that the entry now subscribed with my name, and delivered by me to the collector of New-York, contains a just and true account of all the goods, wares and merchandize, imported for sale, or intended to be landed in this district for me, or on my account, or on account of any house of trade or partnership, in which I am concerned in this district, or which actually came consigned to me, or to any house of trade or partnership in which I am concerned, and intended for sale, or intended to be landed in this district, in the [blank] whereof [blank] is master, from [blank] that the said entry contains a just and true account in [blank] of the cost thereof, including all charges; ... I also [blank] that nothing has been concealed or suppressed in the entry aforesaid, whereby to avoid the just payment of the duties imposed by the laws of the United States, and that all matters are justly and truly expressed therein, according to my knowledge and belief. So help me God. [blank] to this [blank] Before me, [blank] [New York, N.Y. :s.n., not after 1801] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;16 x 21 cm
(Owner or consignee's oath, on entering of merchandize without invoice.) District of New-York.--Port of New-York, :I [blank] do solemnly, sincerely and truly [blank] that the entry now subscribed with my name, and delivered by me to the collector of New-York, contains a just and true account of all the goods, wares and merchandize, imported for sale, or intended to be landed in this district for me, or on my account, or on account of any house of trade or partnership in which I am concerned in this district, or which actually came consigned to me, or to any house of trade or partnership in which I am concerned, and intended for sale, or intended to be landed in this district, in the [blank] whereof [blank] is master, from [blank] That the bill of lading now produced by me, [blank] the true, genuine and only bill of lading by me received, of the said goods, ... I do further [blank] that if I hereafter discover any other or greater quantity of goods, wares or merchandize, than is contained in the entry aforesaid, ... I will immediately, and without delay, report the same to the collector ... I also [blank] that nothing has been concealed or suppressed in the entry aforesaid, whereby to avoid the just payment of the duties imposed by the laws of the United States, and that all matters are justly and truly expressed therein, according to my knowledge and belief. So help me God. [blank] to this [blank] before me [blank] [New York, N.Y. :s.n., not after 1801] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;17 x 20 cm
Cayuga, ss. The people of the state of New-York, by the grace of God, free and independent:-- To the sheriff of the county of Cayuga--Greeting. :We command you, [blank] that you take [blank] if [blank] shall be found within your bailiwic [sic], and [blank] safely keep, so that you may have [blank] bod[blank] before our judges and assistant justices, at our next Court of Common Pleas, to be held for the said County of Cayuga, [blank] on the third Tuesday of [blank] next, to answer unto [blank] And have you there then this writ. Witness [blank] Esquire, first judge of our said Court, at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] in the [blank] year of our independence. Per curiam. [blank] clerk. [Auburn, N.Y.? :s.n., not after 1804] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;10 x 33 cm
This certificate to express marks and numbers, packages and contents, with weight and measure, and to be signed by the consignee. :[blank] of the [blank] of [blank] do hereby certify, that the goods or merchandize herein after described, have been landed in this [blank] between the [blank] and [blank] days of [blank] from on board the [blank] of [blank] whereof [blank] is at present master. [blank] which according to the bills of lading for the same were shipped on board the said [blank] at the port of [blank] in the United States of America, on or about the [blank] day of [blank] and consigned to [blank] by [blank] of the [blank] of [blank] aforesaid merchant. Given under [blank] hand at the [blank] of [blank] to [blank] [New York, N.Y.? :s.n., not after 1801] 1 sheet ([2] p.) ;39 x 24 cm
Neu-vermehrt- und vollständiges Kirchen-Gesang-Buch, :worinnen die Psalmen Davids, nach D. Ambrosii Lobwassers Uebersetzung verbessert, und über 700 sowohl alte als neue Kirchen-Gesänge, auch Herrn Joachimi Neandri geistreiche Bundes-Leider. Enthalten sind. Zum stetem Gebrauch derer deutschen Reformirten Gemeinden in denen Nord-Amerikanischen Frey-Staaten. Mit erbaulichen Morgen- und-Abend-Gebätern, auch mit Catechismo und Symbolis versehn. Philadelphia. :[s.n., 1804?] 108, 293, [7] p. :music ;17 cm (8vo)
Elegant family Bible, :with a revised and much improved edition of Brown's Concordance. Proposals by Mathew Carey, for publishing by subscription, a third edition of the Bible in quarto .... [Philadelphia :Printed by Mathew Carey, 1803] 1 sheet ([1] p.) ;38 cm.
[The American military library; or, compendium of the modern tactics. Plates.] [Philadelphia :s.n., 1809.] [52] leaves of plates (3 folded) :ill., music ;23 cm (8vo)
Psalms carefully suited to the Christian worship in the United States of America. :Being an improvement of the old version of the Psalms of David. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for and sold by W.W. Woodward, No. 52 South Second Street. A Dickinson, printer., 1812. [2], 340 p. ;11 cm (18mo)
Hymns and spiritual songs, in three books. :1. Collected from the Scriptures. 2. Composed on divine subjects. 3. Prepared for the Lord's Supper. By I. Watts, D.D. With new hymns not in common editions. See page 285. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Printed for and sold by W.W. Woodward, No. 52 South Second Street. A Dickinson, printer., 1812. 319, [1] p. ;11 cm (18mo)
Public School of Germantown. :The trustees of this institution, anxious to extend its utility, and to fulfil the duties confided to them, in a manner adequate to the many local advantages which the situation of the place ought to command, have purchased a large and commodious house and lot, opposite to the former establishment, where, uniting the whole, they propose opening an extensive academy and boarding school, ... [Germantown, Pa. :s.n., 1810] 2, [2] p. ;24 cm (4to)
Die Geschichte unsers Herrn und Heilandes Jesu Christi. :Ein lehrreiches und nützliches Erbauungs-Büchlein für Kinder. Philadelphia [Pa.]: :Gedrucht bey Conrad Zentler, für Johannes Cline, Buchhändler., 1812. 48 p. ;11 cm (24mo)
Just put to press, and will be published with all convenient speed, :the first American edition of Van der Hooght's Hebrew Bible, without the points. By J. Horwitz.. [Philadelphia :Published by Thomas Dobson, 1813] [4] p. ;23 cm

 

 


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