Title List: Early American Imprints, Series II: Supplement 3 from the American Antiquarian Society, 1801-1819

Author Title Imprint/Publisher Year of Publication
  A New-Years address, humbly submitted to the patrons of the Western spy, by the carrier. [Cincinnati : Carpenter & Findlay, 1801] 1801
  A Selection of hymns from the best authors, : intended to be an appendix to Dr. Watts's Psalms and hymns. / By John Rippon, D.D. ; Including the names of the tunes adapted to most of the hymns. [Philadelphia] : Printed for John Conrad and Co. no. 30, Chesnut-Street, Philadelphia; and Michael and John Conrad and Co. no. 144, Market-Street, Baltimore--by P. Brynberg, Wilmington., [between 1801 and 1804] 1801
Robertson, William, 1721-1793. A Short account of the discovery and conquest of Peru, by Francisco Pizarro. : With an account of the state of the Perivian Empire, at the time of its discovery. / By Wm. Robertson, historiographer for Scotland, member of the Royal Academy at Madrid, &c. Philadelphia: : Printed by Thos. L. Plowman, for John Bioren., 1801. 1801
  Address of the carrier, to the patrons of the Philadelphia repository. [Philadelphia : Printed by David Hogan, 1801] 1801
United States. Department of the Treasury. An account of the receipts and expenditures of the United States, for the year 1800. : Stated in pursuance of the standing order of the House of Representatives of the United States, passed on the thirtieth day of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-one. Washington, Territory of Columbia: : Printed and published by order of the House of Representatives., [1801] 1801
United States. An act to continue in force the acts laying duties on licences for selling wines and foreign distilled spirits by retail : --and so much of the act laying certain duties on snuff and refined sugar, as respects a duty on refined sugar--on property sold at auction, and on carriages for the conveyance of persons. [United States : s.n., 1801] 1801
  An Address, to the schollars [sic] of Center-Hill School, in Berkhamsted. / By their preceptor, April 7th, 1801. [United States? : s.n., 1801] 1801
  Annual address of the carrier of the Columbian centinel, : to his generous patrons: wishing them a happier new year than they expect to realize. [Boston : Printed by Benjamin Russell, 1801] 1801
  Bickerstaff's almanack, for the year 1802: : being ... calculated for the meridian of Portland. ... Portland: : Printed by Thomas B. Wait, sold at the bookitores [bookstores] of D. George and I. Adam[s] in said Portland., [1801] 1801
United States. Comptroller of the Treasury. Circular to collectors, naval officers and surveyors. Treasury Department, Comptroller's Office, July, 11, 1801. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1801] 1801
United States. Comptroller of the Treasury. Circular to collectors, naval officers, and surveyors. Treasury Department, Comptroller's Office, January [blank] 1801. : Sir, Pursuant to the intimation given you in mine of the 30th of May last, I now forward you herewith inclosed a table of the duties payable on all goods, wares and merchandize imported into the United States ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1801] 1801
Vallon, L. C. Concise rules on the French pronunciation. / By L.C. Vallon, French teacher. Philadelphia: : Printed by Thomas & William Bradford, for the author., 1801. 1801
Skipwith, Fulwar, 1765-1839. Extract of a letter from Fulwar Skipwith, Esq. : commercial agent of the United States, to the secretary of state, dated, Paris, 29th October, 1801. : "For the information of our fellow citizens concerned in the causes of captured vessels in this country, since the institution of the Council of Prizes, I here transmit an official list of all those that have been condemned, of those that have been acquitted, and finally, of those now depending for trial before that tribunal." ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1801] 1801
  Fellow citizens, At a meeting of republicans collected from a number of the neighboring townships, : at the house of Benjamin Fleming in Wilkesbarre, May 21, 1801--the following resolutions were agreed to ... [Wilkes-Barre, Pa. : Printed by Asher Miner, 1801] 1801
  Genius of liberty. : The newsboy's address to the patrons of the American mercury. Hartford, January 1, 1802. [Hartford : Printed by Elisha Babcock, 1801] 1801
  Haus-Segen. : In Gottes Namen geh ich aus, Ach Herr! regier du heut das Haus ... Ephrata [Pa.]: : Gedruckt, und zu haben bey John Bauman., 1801. 1801
  If it be agreed, as is insinuated, that part of the Army, will be disbanded in the course of the present session of Congress, it is of some consequence to establish the principles on which the reduction can best be made. ... [United States : s.n., 1801?] 1801
United States. Congress (6th, 2nd session : 1800-1801). Senate. Journal of the Senate of the United States of America: : being the second session of the Sixth Congress, begun and held at the city of Washington, November 17th, 1800; and in the twenty-fifth year of the sovereignty of the said United States. Washington [D.C.]: : Printed by Way and Groff, North E Street., 1800 [i.e., 1801]. 1801
United States. President (1801-1809 : Jefferson) Ledger Office, Portsmouth, Saturday, Dec. 19, 1801. The president's message. : From Washington, Dec. 8. Yesterday a quorum of both branches of the national legislature was formed. ... the following message of the President of the United States, to both houses, was delivered by Mr. Lewis, sec'y to the president. ... [Portsmouth, N.H. : Printed by Nutting & Whitelock, 1801] 1801
  Lessons in elocution: or, A selection of pieces, in prose and verse, : for the improvement of youth, in reading and speaking. / By William Scott; ; to this edition are prefixed, Elements of gesture, illustrated by four plates, and Rules for expressing, with propriety, the various passions and emotions of the mind. New-York: : Printed by T.B. Jansen & Co, booksellers, no. 248 Pearl-Street., 1801. 1801
  Lines composed on the execution of Jason Fairbanks, : which took place at Dedham, on the 10th of Sept. 1801, for the murder of Elizabeth Fales. [Boston?] : Printed near liberty-pole,, 1801. 1801
  Mittel für den tollen Hundsbiss. : Ein gewisser Hr. Valentin Kettering von Dauphin Caunty, hat dem Senat von Pennsylvanien ein Mittel bekannt gemacht ... [Pennsylvania? : s.n., not before 1801] 1801
Vandike, John. Narrative or [i.e., of] the captivity of John Vandike, who was taken by the Algerines, in 1791; : an account of his escape, bringing with him a beautiful young English lady, who was taken in 1790; the ill usage she received from her master. : The whole in a letter to his brother in Amsterdam. / Translated into English, by Mr. James Howe, of Holland. [Leominster, Mass.] : Printed for Chapman Whitcomb., 1801. 1801
  New-Year's address, : presented by the carrier of the Weekly museum, to his patrons. [New York : Printed by John Harrisson, 1801] 1801
Rhode Island. General Assembly. October, 1800. At the General Assembly of the state of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, : begun and holden at Providence, within and for the state aforesaid, on the last Monday in October, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundredm and in the twenty-fifth year of independence. ... Newport [R.I.]: : Printed by Oliver Farnsworth, printer to the Honorable General Assembly., [1801] 1801
  Papers which accompanied the speech of His Excellency the governor. [Albany : s.n., 1801] 1801
  Pennsylvania. [cartographic material] / W. Barker sculp. [Philadelphia : s.n., between 1801 and 1814] 1801
  Praise out of the mouth of babes, or A particular account of some extraordinary pious motions and devout exercises, observed in many children in Silesia, about the year 1708, : printed in London--re-printed at Boston, with a preface by the late Rev. Dr. Mather, and now published by the desire of some pious persons who think it may be agreeable to the present time. : [Two lines from Matthew] Printed at Newburyport [Mass.] : [s.n.], --1801. 1801
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. 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. : [Three lines of Scripture text] New-York: : Printed for T.B. Jansen & Co. no. 248, Pearl-Street., 1801. 1801
Susquehannah Turnpike Corporation. Rates of toll, established by the law, relative to the Susquehannah Turnpike-Corporation. [Catskill, N.Y.? : s.n., 1801?] 1801
United States. Congress. House. Committee Appointed to Enquire into the Expenditure of Money Made by the Commissioners of the City of Washington. Report of the Committee, Appointed to Enquire into the Expenditure of Money Made by the Commissioners of the City of Washington: : the disposition of public property made by them, and generally into all the transactions made by the Commissioners which relate to the execution of the trust confided to them by the president of the United States. : 27th February, 1801, considered and agreed to. : Published by order of the House of Representatives. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1801] 1801
  Rosanna, or The Cruel lover. : To which is added Few happy matches. Also The shortness and misery of life. Poughkepsie [i.e., Poughkeepsie, N.Y.]-- : Printed, for the travelling booksellers., [between 1801 and 1810] 1801
  Rules and regulations, of the light-infantry company of Winslow's Blues. : Unanimously adpoted, June, 1801. Boston: : Printed by Nathaniel Willis, Jun., MDCCCI. [1801] 1801
  Sacred poetry. : Consisting of psalms and hymns, adapted to Christian devotion, in public and private. / Selected from the best authors, with variations and additions. By Jeremy Belknap, D.D. ; Published according to act of Congress. Printed at Boston, : for Thomas & Andrews and West & Greenleaf, (proprietors of the work.) Sold by them at their respective bookstores, and by the several booksellers in town and country., Nov. 1801. 1801
T.B. Jansen & Co. T.B. Jansen & Co's. catalogued of books and stationary, for sale, no. 248, Pearl-Street, New-York. [New York : T.B. Jansen & Co., 1801?] 1801
  The constitution of the consociated churches in the county of Windham, Vermont; : with an address from the consociation to the churches and societies with which they are connected. Brattleboro' [Vt.], : Printed by B. Smead., [1801] 1801
  The Good old Virginia almanack, for the year of our Lord, 1802. ... Richmond: : Printed by Thos. Nicolson, first house below the Capitol., [1801] 1801
  The History of Master Jackey and Miss Harriot: : together with a few maxims for the improvement of the mind. : Dedicated to the good children of the United States of America. : [Four lines of verse] Boston: : Printed by S. Hall, no. 53 Cornhill., [1801?] 1801
Seven sages of Rome. English. The history of the seven wise masters of Rome. : Containing many ingenious and entertaining stories; wherein the treachery of evil counsellors is discovered, innocency cleared, and the wisdom of the seven wise masters displayed. Hudson [N.Y.]: : Printed and sold by Ashbel Stoddard, M,DCCCI. [1801] 1801
  The History of Tommy Titmouse. : A little boy, who became a great man by minding his learning, doing as he was bid, and being good-natured and obliging to every body. : Together with The adventures of the old man of the woods, and other stories equally pleasing and instructive. : Embellished with cuts. Exeter [N.H.]: : Printed and sold by H. Ranlet., 1801. 1801
United States. The laws of the United States of America. : Vol. V. : Published by authority. Washington City [D.C.]: : Printed by Samuel Harrison Smith, New-Jersey Avenue, near the Capitol., 1801. 1801
  The Little visitor; : for little masters and misses. [Exeter, N.H.? : Printed and sold by Henry Ranlet?, 1801?] 1801
Tomkins. Tomkins's small hand copies : written for the improvement of youth. : [One line of text] [Philadelphia] : Published and sold by Jno. Bioren, no. 88 Chesnut St. Philada., [not before 1801?] 1801
Sewall, Daniel, 1755-1842. Weatherwise's almanac, for the year of Christian æra, 1802. ... : Calculated for the four New-England states. [Portsmouth, N.H.] : Printed [by William Treadwell & Co.] for, and sold by the booksellers at Boston, Salem, Newbury-port, Portsmouth, and by most of the country traders., 1801] 1801
  [Map of South Carolina] [cartographic material] / T. Coram del. Charleston. J. Akin sc. Philada. [Charleston, S.C. : s.n., 1802] 1802
T.B. Jansen & Co. A catalogue of American and European printed books, : for sale on the most reasonable terms, by T.B. Jansen & Co. no. 248, Pearl-Street, 5 doors east of Burling Slip, New-York. : Consisting of arts & sciences. ... New-York: : Printed by G. & R. Waite, for T.B. Jansen & Co. booksellers., March, 1802. 1802
  A Dialogue between two intimate friends, on regeneration, or the new birth. Charlestown [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by Samuel Etheridge. (Price 1 dollar 50 cents 100.), [ca. 1802?] 1802
South Hadley Canal Lottery. A list of the prizes and fortunate numbers, in the second class of South Hadley Canal Lottery. [Boston] : Printed by Gilbert & Dean, at the lottery and magazine-office, no. 56, State-Street, Boston., [1802] 1802
  A Map of North America from the latest authorities 1802. [cartographic material] / Scoles sculp. [New York] : Published by I. Low New York., [1802] 1802
  A New Year's address, humbly submitted to the patrons fo [i.e., of] the Western spy, by the carrier. [Cincinnati : Carpenter & Findlay, 1802] 1802
  A Poem on Ebenezer Mason, : who is to be executed at Dedham, on the 7th day of October. 1802, for the murder of W.P. Allen, his brother-in-law, which was committed the 18th of May last. [Boston or Dedham, Mass. : s.n, 1802] 1802
Taylor, Amos, 1748- A small extract, from a late collection of hymns, published for the use of pious people of every denomination. / By Amos Taylor. Bennington, (Vermont) : Printed by Collier and Stockwell., [1802?] 1802
United States. Acts passed at the first session of the Seventh Congress of the United States. [Washington, D.C.] : (Duane, printer.), [1802] 1802
  Address of the carrier, to the patrons of the Philadelphia repository. [Philadelphia : Printed by David Hogan, 1802] 1802
  Almanac, for the year 1803. : Columbian almanac, for the year of Jesus Christ, 1803 ... Explanation of the calendar pages. ... To which is added many useful tables, and other matter amusing and instructive. ... [Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1802] 1802
United States. Department of the Treasury. An account of the receipts and expenditures of the United States, for the year 1801. : Stated in pursuance of the standing order of the House of Representatives of the United States, passed on the thirtieth day of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-one. Washington, Territory of Columbia: : Printed and published by order of the House of Representatives., [1802] 1802
Vermont. An act, dividing the state into districts for electing representatives to the Congress of the United States, and directing the mode of their election. [Bennington, Vt. : Printed by Anthony Haswell, & Co., 1802?] 1802
  An Address from the carrier of the True American to his patrons. [Trenton, N.J. : Printed by Wilson and Blackwell, 1802] 1802
  An Address to parents in affliction. : A poem, on the death of Miss Hannah Cutler, daughter of Mr. Dudly Cutler, of Greenwich, Massachusetts. [Greenwich, Mass.? : Printed by John Howe?, 1802] 1802
Shepardson, John, -1833. An elegy, on the death of the Rev. Isaac Kenney, of Royalston, : who died Sept. 2d, 1802 [i.e., 1801], in the 51st year of his age. [Massachusetts : s.n., 1802?] 1802
Williams College. Catalogue of students in Williams College, November 1802. [Stockbridge, Mass.] : H. Willard's print., [1802] 1802
  Citizen's and farmer's almanac, for the year 1803. : ... Containing, (besides the astronomical calculations, by Joshua Sharp) a variety of pieces in prose and verse. Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by John M'Culloch, no. 1, North Third Street., [1802] 1802
  City of Jerusalem. : A model of that ancient and Oriental city ... may be seen at the house of Mr. Nicholas Garrison ... [Newport, R.I. : s.n., 1802] 1802
United Insurance Company, in the City of New-York. Court for the Trial of Impeachments, and the Correction of Errors. : Between the United Insurance Company, in the City of New-York, original defendants and defendants in error, and Andrew Voss & John Boonen Graves, original plaintiffs and plaintiffs in error. : Case on the part of the defendants in error, and also on the part of the plaintiffs in error. Albany: : Printed by Charles R. and George Webster, at their bookstore, in the White House, corner of State and Pearl-streets., MDCCCII. [1802] 1802
United Insurance Company, in the City of New-York. Court for the Trial of Impeachments, and the Correction of Errors. : Between the United Insurance Company, in the City of New-York, original defendants and defendants in error, and John C. Vandenheuvel, original plaintiff and plaintiff in error. : Case on the part of the defendants in error. Albany: : Printed by Charles R. and George Webster, at their bookstore, in the White House, corner of State and Pearl-streets., MDCCCII. [1802] 1802
United Insurance Company, in the City of New-York. Court for the Trial of Impeachments, and the Correction of Errors. : Between the United Insurance Company, in the City of New-York, original defendants and defendants in error, and Peter Laing, original plaintiff and plaintiff in error. : Case on the part of the defendants in error. Albany: : Printed by Charles R. and George Webster, at their bookstore, in the White House, corner of State and Pearl-streets., MDCCCII. [1802] 1802
  Das Reich Jesu auf Erden mit Democratie verträglich; oder Christie Regiment mit weltlicher Monarchie und Aristocratie unvereinbarlich; : durch Schrift und Vernunft in dieser Rede eines Jünglings dargethan, und nun zum besten der christlich gesinnten und freyen Bürgern Americas nochmals zum Druckt befördert. Hägerstaun, (Märyland) : Gedruckt (für den Verleger) bey Joh. Gruber., 1802. 1802
  Die Wahre Brandtewein-Brennerey; oder, Brandtewein- Gin- und Cordialmacher-Kunst: : wie auch die ächte Färbe-Kunst, Blau, Roth, Gelb und Grün zu färben, auf Baumwolle, Leinen, und Wolle: : Ferner: verschiedene Lehrreiche Wissenschaften zum nutzen und vergnügen. : Auf Ersuchen zum Druck befördert. [Reading, Pa.]: : Gedruckt [bey Gottlob Jungmann und Carl Andreas Bruckmann], im Jahr,1802. 1802
  Die Wahre Branntewein-Brennerey; oder, Branntwein- Gin- und Cordialmacher-Kunst; : wie auch die ächte Färbe-Kunst, wie man alle Colleuren auf Seide, Leinen und Wolle, färben kan. York [Pa.]: : Gedruckt bey Salomon Mäyer,, 1802. 1802
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Divine and moral songs, attempted in easy language, for the use of children. : Revised and corrected. / By Isaac Watts, D.D. ; [Two lines from Matthew] Charlestown [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by Samuel Etheridge., 1802. 1802
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Divine and moral songs, attempted in easy langugage, for the use of children. : Revised and corrected. / By Isaac Watts, D.D. ; [Two lines from Matthew] [Boston] : Printed and sold by Manning & Loring, no. 2, Cornhill, Boston.--, 1802. 1802
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Divine songs. Attempted in easy language, for the use of children. / By I. Watts, D.D. ; [Two lines from Matthew] ; To which are added, The principles of the Christian religion, in plain and easy verse. / By P. Doddridge, D.D. New-York: : Printed for John Tiebout, no. 246 Water-Street, by L. Nichols., 1802. 1802
Whitwell, William, 1775 or 1776-1814. Hard ware. William Whitwell, no. 10, Dock-Square, Boston, imports, and has for sale, a general assortment of hard ware, by wholesale & retail ... [Boston : s.n., between 1802 and 1812] 1802
  Harriot: or The vicar's tale. : [One line from Gray] [Bennington, Vt.] : Printed by Collier & Stockwell., 1802. 1802
  History of Constantius and Pulchera; or, Virtue rewarded. : [Six lines from Lee] Baltimore: : Printed by Samuel Sower., 1802. 1802
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Hymns and spiritual songs. : In three books. I. Collected from the Scriptures. II. Composed on divine subjects. III. Prepared for the Lord's Supper. / By I. Watts, D.D. ; [Five lines of quotations] New-York: : Printed by L. Nichols & Co. for J. Tiebout, no. 246 Water-Street., 1802. 1802
United States. Congress (7th, 1st session : 1801-1802). Senate. In Senate of the United States. 27th March, 1802. Read the first time, and passed to the second reading. : An act in addition to an act, entitled "An act in addition to an act regulating the grants of land appropriated for military services, and for the Society of the United Brethren for Propagating the Gospel Among the Heathen." [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1802] 1802
  Indenture, between the Mayor, Aldermen and citizens of Philadelphia; and Nicholas I. Roosevelt. [Philadelphia] : Duane--printer., [1802] 1802
  Kurz gefasstes Ross-Arzney Büchlein. Ephrata [Pa.]: : Gedruckt bey J. Baumann, , 1802. 1802
United States. Congress (7th, 2nd session : 1802-1803) List of members of the Senate and House of Representatives, with their places of abode. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1802] 1802
  Minutes, taken at a meeting of a number of ministers, in the Presbyterian, Methodist and Baptist churches, : held at the town of Liberty, Bedford County, Virginia, which commenced on Friday the 25th of December, 1801, to promote a genuine and permanent union, and is humbly recommended to be taken into consideration at all the presbyteries, associations, and conferences of said churches, throughout the United States of America. [Augusta, Ga. : s.n., 1802] 1802
  New-Year's address of the carrier of the Weekly museum, to his patrons. [New York : Printed by John Harrisson, 1802] 1802
Samuel Slater and Co. North-Providence, August 1, 1802. : Samuel Slater and Co's list of wholesale prices of cotton yarn. [Providence? : s.n., 1802] 1802
  Odes, composed to be sung on the anniversary of American independence, at Plympton, July 5, 1802. Providence: : Printed by J. Carter., [1802] 1802
  People of all nations; : an useful toy, for girl or boy. Philadelphia-- : Published by Jacob Johnson, no. 147, Market-Street., 1802. 1802
  Plain tales, for the improvement of youth. Philadelphia: : Printed by John Bioren, no. 88, Chesnut Street., 1802. 1802
  Poems of established reputation, : collected for the use of colleges. Baltimore: : Printed and sold by Warner & Hanna., 1802. 1802
Woodward, William Wallis. Proposals. : William W. Woodward, no. 52, South Second Street, Philadelphia, offers the following conditions, for printing by subscription, the Beauties, or, The most interesting and entertaining parts selected from the whole of the Christian and Evangelical magazine. [Philadelphia : Printed by William W. Woodward, 1802?] 1802
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Psalms, carefully suited to the Christian worship in the United States of America. : Being Dr. Watts' Imitation of the Psalms of David, as improved by Mr. Barlow. : Allowed by the Reverend Synod of New-York and Philadelphia, to be sung in congregations and families. [Philadelphia] : Published by John Conrad & Co. no. 30 Chesnut-Street, Philadelphia; M. & I.[i.e., M. & J.] Conrad, & Co. no. 140 Market-Street, Baltimore, and Rapin, Conrad & Co. Washington City., M.DCCC.II. [1802] 1802
United States. Congress (7th, 1st session : 1801-1802). Senate. Report of the committee to whom was referred the bill, entitled "An act for rebuilding the light-house on Gurnet Point at the entrance of Plymouth Harbour; for rebuilding the light-house at the eastern end of New-Castle Island; for erecting a light-house on Lynde's Point; and for other purposes. : Printed by order of the Senate of the United States. March 22, 1802. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1802] 1802
Rhode Island College (1764-1804) Rhode-Island College, September 1, 1802. Exercises of commencement. [Providence : s.n., 1802] 1802
  The Carriers of the Anti-Democrat present their customers with the compliments of the season, and, as customary, a quantity of rhyme by way of a New-Year's address. [Baltimore : Published by Charles Prentiss, 1802] 1802
  The Factor's garland. [Greenfield, Mass.] : Printed [by John Denio] for Erastus Frary., [between 1802 and 1810] 1802
  The Golden toy; or First step to learning. Hudson [N.Y.]; : Published by W.E. Norman., [between 1802 and 1828] 1802
  The Good boy's reward. Hudson [N.Y.]; : Published by W.E. Norman., [between 1802 and 1828] 1802
  The History of fair Rosamond; mistress to Henry II. and Jane Shore, concubine to Edward IV. kings of England. : Shewing how they came to be so. : With their lives, remarkable actions, and unhappy ends. New-Haven: : Printed for John Tiebout, 246, Water-Street, New York., 1802. 1802
  The History of Miss Kitty Pride. : Embellished with cuts. Shirley [Mass.]: : L. Parker, printer., 1802. 1802
  The Importance of sobriety, illustrated by the evils of intemperance. Charlestown [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by Samuel Etheidge [i.e., Etheridge]. (Price 1 doll. 100.), [ca. 1802?] 1802
Society of the Cincinnati. The institution of the Society of the Cincinnati. : Formed by the officers of the Army of the United States, for the laudable purposes therein mentioned. : Published by order and for the use of the members in the state of Rhode-Island. Boston: : Printed by Manning & Loring., 1802. 1802
  The Most modern and approved forms of letters of business &c. : Being useful exercises for a running hand, engraved for the use of the man of business as well as the teacher & pupil. [United States? : s.n., between 1802 and 1818] 1802
  The News-carriers' address, to the patrons of the Boston gazette. : January 1st, 1803. [Boston : Printed by Russell and Cutler, 1802] 1802
  The Onondaga Commissioners, [i]n pursuance of the concurrent resolutions of the two houses of the legislature, of the twenty-eighth of March, and the seventh of April last, directing them to examine claims to military bounty lands, granted to persons who died prior to the twenty-seventh day of March, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-three, beg leave to report ... [Albany : s.n., 1802] 1802
  The Pass bell. : The following elegant lines are supposed to be written by Mr. Tho's Rowe. On hearing the church bell toll. : Blessed are the dead, who die in the Lord. [Greenwich, Mass. : Printed by John Howe, between 1802 and 1810] 1802
United States. President (1801-1809 : Jefferson) The president's message. : Register office: Salem, Saturday morning, Dec. 25, 1802. [Salem, Mass. : Printed by William Carlton, 1802] 1802
  The Remarkable history of Augi: or, A picture of true happiness. : Together with the story of the dreamer. Massachusetts, : Printed for the booksellers., [ca. 1802] 1802
  The Repentance and happy death of the celebrated Earl of Rochester. Charlestown [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by Samuel Etheridge. (Price 1 dollar 50 cents 100.), [ca. 1802?] 1802
  The Rich man and the beggar: : A poetical excoursion on Luke 16th 19th[.] [Greenwich, Mass.] : Printed at Greenwich by John Howe ..., [between 1802 and 1810] 1802
  The Two babes in the wood. [United States?] : Printed for the purchasers,, 1802. 1802
  The Vermont almanack, for the year of our Lord, 1803 : ... Calculated for the meridian of Middlebury, north lat. 44 degrees. ... / Astronomical calculations by Eben W. Judd. [Middlebury, Vt.] : Printed at Middlebury, Vermont, by Huntington & Fitch. Sold by them, and by the different postriders in the state., [1802] 1802
Roche, Regina Maria, 1764?-1845. The vicar of Lansdowne; or country quarters. In two volumes. By Regina Maria Roche ... Baltimore: Printed by W. Pechin, and S. Sower, 1802. 1802
  The Winter evening, or Stories instructive and amusing. : For young persons. : With cuts. New-York: : Printed for T.B. Jansen & Co. booksellers, no. 248 Pearl-Street., 1802. 1802
  To the booksellers of the United States. [New York : s.n., 1802] 1802
United States. President (1801-1809 : Jefferson) To the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States. [Washington, D.C.] : Printed by William Duane & Son., [1802] 1802
  Virtue in a cottage, or A mirror for children, : displayed in the history of Sally Bark and her family. : [Two lines of verse] Hartford: : Printed by J. Babcock., 1802. 1802
Wheaton, Jesse, 1763?-1847. Wheaton's genuine jaundice bitters, : secured to him by letters patent from the president of the United States, prepared & sold by him in Dedham, in the state of Massachusetts, and by those appointed by him in various parts of America, & the West Indies. : (Retail price 50 cents per box.) [Dedham, Mass. : Printed by Herman Mann, 1802] 1802
Wheaton, Jesse, 1763?-1847. Wheaton's itch ointment. : (Retail price 50 cents per box.) A medicine which will certainly cure the itch. [Dedham, Mass.? : Printed by Herman Mann?, 1802] 1802
Whistle, Will. Will Whistle's history of the birds in the air. : [Five lines of verse] Hartford: : Printed by John Babcock., 1802. 1802
  Youthful sports. Philada. : Published by Jacob Johnson no. 147 Market St., 1802. 1802
Sands, Benjamin. [Metamorphosis.] [Philadelphia : s.n., ca. 1803-1804] 1803
  A B C D E F G H I K L M N O. [Battledore]. Philadelphia : Sold by B. Johnson, no. 31, Market St., [between 1803 and 1806] 1803
Republicans. A caution! To the free & independent electors of York County. : Stewart, Hartley and Stroman, the persons who have always insisted that a ticket once settled ... ought to be adhered to, and supported by every true Republican ... [York, Pa. : s.n., 1803] 1803
  A Letter to the inhabitants of the town of Royalton; : but especially to the Congregational brethren of the church in said town. [Windsor, Vt.?] : Printed for the author., 1803. 1803
South Hadley Canal Lottery. A list of the prizes and fortunate numbers in the third class of South Hadley Canal Lottery. Boston: : Printed at the lottery and magazine office, by Gilbert & Dean,, July 19, 1803. 1803
  A Map of America between latitudes 40 and 70 north, and longitudes 45 and 180 west. [cartographic material] : Exhibiting Mackenzie's rout [sic] from Montreal to Fort Chepewyan & thence to the North Sea in 1789 and to the West Pacific Ocean in 1793. / Scoles sculp. [New York : Evert Duyckinck, 1803] 1803
  A New introduction to reading: or, A collection of easy lessons arranged on an approved plan; : calculated to acquire , with ease, a fluency of speech, and to facilitate the improvement of youth. : Designed as an introduction to the Speaker, English reader, Columbian orator, &c. Alexandria [D.C.], : Printed for R. & J. Gray, by S. Snowden., 1803. 1803
  A premium. Philadelphia: : Published by Jacob Johnson, no. 147 Market-Street, 1803. 1803
  A Present from Philadelphia. : Ornamented with fourteen handsome engravings. [Philadelphia] : Printed and sold by Benjamin Johnson, no. 31, High Street, Philadelphia., 1803. 1803
  A Selection of hymns, from the best authors, : intended to be an appendix to Dr. Watts's Psalms and hymns. / By John Rippon, D.D. ; Including the names of the tunes adapted to most of the hymns. Brooklyn [N.Y.]: : Printed by Thomas Kirk., 1803. 1803
  A Short account of the discovery & conquest of Mexico & Peru: : giving an account of the immense treasures of the natives, and the merciless cruelty of the Spaniards towards them in the destruction of two of the most splendid kings and their kingdoms. Springfield [Mass.]: : Printed by Timothy Ashley., M,DCCC,III. [1803] 1803
  A Trifle for a good girl. : Ornamented with fourteen handsome engravings. [Philadelphia] : Printed and sold by B. Johnson, no. 31, High Street. Philadelphia., 1803. 1803
Vermont. Acts and laws passed by the Legislature of the state of Vermont, : at their session at Burlington, in October 1802. Windsor [Vt.], : Printed by Alden Spooner,, M,DCCC,III. [1803] 1803
United States. Acts of Congress passed at the second session of the seventh Congress, viz. ... [Washington, D.C.] : Printed by order of the Comptroller., [1803] 1803
United States. Acts passed at the second session of the Seventh Congress of the United States. [Washington, D.C. : Printed by William Duane, 1803] 1803
  Address to the patronesses & patrons of the Boston weekly magazine, / by their humble servant, the carrier. [Boston : Printed by Gilbert & Dean, 1803] 1803
United States. An act supplementary to the act concerning consuls and vice-consuls, and for the further protection of American seamen. New-York: : Printed by G. & R. Waite, no. 64, Maiden-Lane., 1803. 1803
Virginia. An act to establish a draw-bridge over the eastern branch of Elizabeth River, within the county of Norfolk. Norfolk [Va.]; : Printed by A.C. Jordan & Co. no. 2, Market-Square,, 1803. 1803
  Anniversary song for St. George's Society, April 23d, 1803. : Tune--"Rule Britannia." [Baltimore : s.n., 1803] 1803
  At an adjourned meeting of a number of Republican electors of the fifth ward, : held at the house of Mr. Thomas H. Kennedy, November 14, 1803. Resolved unanimously, that the following persons be supported for charter officers at the ensuing election. ... [New York : s.n., 1803] 1803
Scolfield, William. Bible stories. : Memorable acts of the ancient patriarchs, judges, and kings: extracted from their original historians. : For the use of children. / By William Scolfield. Philadelphia: : Printed for Jacob Johnson, book-seller, no. 147, Market Street., 1803. 1803
  Crazy Jane, Pleasures of love, Sandy and Jenny, Dear is my little native Vale, Gidleroy, and The rose: : much admired songs. New-York: : Printed for the hawkers., 1803. 1803
Starck, Johann August, 1741-1816. Der Triumph der Philosophie im achtzehnten Jahrhunderts. : Erster[-Zweiter] Theil. Germantown [Pa.; i.e., Augsburg, Germany], : bei Eduard Adalbert Rosenblatt [i.e., Bolling], 1803. 1803
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Divine and moral songs for children; : revised and altered so as to render them of general use. / By Isaac Watts, D.D. Brookfield, (Massachusetts.) : Printed by E. Merriam & Co., 1803. 1803
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Divine and moral songs, attempted in easy language, for the use of children. : Revised and corrected. / By Isaac Watts, D.D. ; [Two lines from Matthew] Kennebunk, (Maine) : Printed by S. Sewall, for William & Daniel Treadwell, printers and stationers, Portsmouth, (N.H.), 1803. 1803
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Divine and moral songs, for children; : revised and altered, so as to render them of general use. : To which are added, a short catechism, and prayers. / By Isaac Watts, D.D. [Worcester, Mass.] : Printed at Worcester, Massachusetts, by Isaiah Thomas, Jun. Sold wholesale and retail by him.--, 1803. 1803
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Dr. Watts' Imitation of the Psalms of David, suited to the Christian worship in the United States. : And allowed by the Synod of New-York and Philadelphia, to be used in all the churches. : [Three lines of Scripture text] New-York: : Printed for W. Durell, no. 106, Maiden-Lane, Deare and Andrews, printers., 1803. 1803
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Dr. Watts' Imitation of the Psalms of David, suited to the Christian worship in the United States. : And allowed by the Synod of New-York and Philadelphia, to be used in all the churches. : [Three lines of Scripture text] New-York: : Printed for W. Durell, no. 106, Maiden-Lane. Deare and Andrews, printers., 1803. 1803
William Duane & Son. Duane's catalogue of books & stationery, for 1803-4, : comprehending some of the most beautiful English editions, ever imported. : And a variety of scarce books, together with every species of stationery, for sale in Pennsylvania Avenue. Washington City [D.C.]: : Printed by William Duane & Son, by whom printing is executed with neatness, fidelity and speed., 1803. 1803
United States. Extract from the act of Congress, passed the 28th day of February, 1803, : entitled, "An act supplementary to the act concerning consuls and vice-consuls, and for the further protection of American seamen." [Newport, R.I. : Printed for Ann Barber, between 1803 and 1809] 1803
United States. Extract from the act of Congress, passed the 28th day of February, 1803, : entitled, "An act supplementary to the act concerning consuls and vice-consuls, and for the further protection of American seamen." [Newport, R.I. : Printed for Ann Barber, between 1803 and 1809] 1803
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Hymns and spiritual songs. : In three books. I. Collected from the Scriptures. II. Composed on divine subjects. III. Prepared for the Lord's Supper. / By. I Watts, D.D. ; [Five lines of quotations] Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by Peter Stewart, no. 34, South Second Street., 1803. 1803
  Juvenile miscellany, : including some natural history, for the use of children. : Ornamented with eighteen engravings. Philadelphia: : Published by Jacob Johnson, no. 147, Market-Street., 1803. 1803
  Kurz gefasstes Ross-Arzney Büchlein. Ephrata [Pa.]: : Zum zweyten mal gedruckt, bey J. Baumann., 1803. 1803
  Lines written on Mr. Miles Shory [i.e., Shorey], and wife, : who were killed July 10th 1803 at Lynn, by the same flash of lightning. [Salem, Mass.? : s.n., 1803] 1803
United States. General Post Office. List of the post-offices in the United States; : with the counties in which they are situated, and their distances from Washington City. Washington City [D.C.]: : Printed by order of the post-master general., M,DCCC,III. [1803] 1803
  Maxims on the preservation of health; and the prevention of deseases. : Selected from the best authorities. : With The way to wealth, from Dr. Franklin. [Baltimore] : From Lee & Co's Patent and Family Medicine Store, no. 33, Market-Street, Baltimore., [ca. 1803] 1803
  Necessary tables in arithmetic. [Newburyport, Mass.] : Published at Newburyport, by Thomas & Whipple, sold wholesale and retail at their bookstore, Sign of Johnson's Head, Market-Square., [between 1803 and 1814] 1803
  Newburgh, January 1, 1804. : The address of the carrier of the Recorder of the times, to his patrons; with the compliments of the season. [Newburgh, N.Y.] : Printed by Dennis Coles., [1803] 1803
  New-Year's address of the carrier of the Weekly museum, to his patrons. [New York : Printed by John Harrisson, 1803] 1803
Telephus. No. 1. (Old Fritz daily, until the election.) : To the public. Fellow citizens. We find that Mr. Frederick Eichelberger is determined to "go on" ... [York, Pa. : s.n., 1803] 1803
  Patent shelling machine. : To all people to whom these presents shall come, Paul Adams of Newbury, in the county of Essex, and commonwealth of Massachusetts, and Thomas Burnham, Joseph Swasey and Joseph Lord, Esquires, all of Ipswich ... send greeting--Whereas ... Paul Pilsbury [i.e., Pillsbury] of Newbury aforesaid, hath obtained letters patent, for a machine for shelling Indian corn ... bearing date on the twenty-fifth day of October, A.D. 1803; and whereas ... the said Pilsbury hath assigned all his right, title and interest, of and to the said invention and improvement to the above-named Adams, Burnham, Swasey and Lord ... : Now know ye, that we ... in consideration of the sum of [blank] dollars paid to us by [blank] ... give, grant and assign to the said [blank] ... the exclusive right, liberty and authority to construct, use and vend to others to be used, the aforesaid shelling machine ... In witness whereof, we ... have hereunto set our hands and seals this [blank] day of [blank] ... one thousand eight hundred and [blank] ... [Newburyport, Mass.? : s.n., 1803 or 1804] 1803
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Plain and easy catechisms for children, and Preservative from the sins and follies of childhood and youth / by Isaac Watts, D.D. [Kennebunk, Me.] : Printed by S. Sewall, Kennebunk, for Wm. & Daniel Treadwell, booksellers & stationers. Portsmouth, N.H., [between 1803 and 1805?] 1803
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Plain and easy catechisms for children, and Preservative from the sins and follies of childhood and youth. / By I. Watts, D.D. ; [Five lines lines from Matthew] Portsmouth, N.H. : Printed at the New-Hamsphire Gazette Office, N.S. & W. Peirce, and for sale by them at their book-store, Congress-Street.--Also, by Charles Peirce, at his book-store, Daniel-Street., 1803. 1803
United States. Congress (8th, 1st session : 1803-1804). House. Report of the committee appointed on the 15th inst. "to enquire into the expediency of vesting the powers usually exercised by a court of equity, in the judges of the United States, within the Indiana and other territories; and also, to enquire into the expediency of allowing writs of error and appeals, from the judgments and decisions of the said judges of the Supreme Court of the United States." : 29th December, 1803. Read, and ordered to be referred to a committee of the whole House, on Wednesday next. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1803] 1803
United States. Congress (7th, 2nd session : 1802-1803). House. Report of the committee appointed the 15th instant "on the provision which ought to be made, by law, for the regulation of quarantine within the District of Columbia." : 25th February, 1803. Referred to a committee of the whole House, tomorrow. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1803] 1803
Republican Party (Conn. : 1792-1828) Republican address to the free men of Connecticut. [Hartford? : s.n., 1803] 1803
Rhode Island College (1764-1804) Rhode-Island College, September 7, 1803. Exercises of commencement. [Providence : Printed by Nathaniel Heaton, 1803] 1803
Yale College (1718-1887) Scheme of the exercises for the public commencement, Yale College, September 14, 1803. [New Haven : Printed by Thomas Green & Son, 1803] 1803
Schuylkill Permanent Bridge Company. Schuylkill Permanent Bridge. : Report of the Building Committee. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1803] 1803
  Signior Manfredi, artist of agility, and rope dancer ... : who arrived lately from Europe ... has the honor to inform the ladies and gentlemen of Portsmouth, that this evening, Friday, Sept. 23, he will perform the most astonishing feats that ever were known. ... [Portsmouth, N.H. : s.n., 1803] 1803
  Sketches of the times; : addressed to the inhabitants of New-England, from the office of the Connecticut courant. [Hartford : Printed by Hudson & Goodwin, 1803] 1803
  Speedy relief to the afflicted! Or A safe and certain cure for the itch, and other disagreeable humors. : Dr. Weston's itch ointment ... [Amherst, N.H. : s.n., between 1803 and 1809?] 1803
  Speedy relief to the afflicted! Or A safe and certain cure for the itch, and other disagreeable humors. : Dr. Weston's itch ointment ... [Amherst, N.H. : s.n., between 1803 and 1809?] 1803
South Hadley Canal Lottery. Springfield, April 15th, 1803. : Sir, The managers of South-Hadley Canal Lottery have fixed on Wednesday the 15th day of June next to commence drawing the third class, and having made a contract with a company for all the tickets which shall remain unsold on the 15th day of May next ... no tickets are to be sold by you after the said 15th day of May, but at such price as is herein after directed by the agent of said company. ... [Springfield, Mass. : s.n., 1803] 1803
  State of New-Hampshire. Scheme of the second class of a lottery for raising two thousand dollars for the use of the Atkinson Academy : ... granted by a law of said state, passed June 11, 1803. [Exeter, N.H.? : Printed by Henry Ranlet?, 1803 or 1804] 1803
  The Carrier of the Independent chronicle, to his customers: : presenting the best wishes of a Republican heart for their private and public prosperity. [Boston : Printed by Adams & Rhoades, 1803] 1803
  The Carriers of the Philadelphia repository, to its patrons, : on the commencement of the New-Year, January, 1804. [Philadelphia : Printed by David Hogan, 1803] 1803
  The Connecticut pocket almanack, for the year of our Lord 1803 ... : Calculated for the meridian of Hartford, but without any sensible variation, will answer for all the towns in Connecticut and the adjacent states. / Astronomical calculations by Andrew Beers, philom. Hartford: :Printed by Hudson & Goodwin., 1803. 1803
  The easy instructor or A new method of teaching sacred harmony : Part II. : Containing the rudiments of music on an improved plan.-- : With a choice collection of psalm tunes, a number of which are entirely new. / By William Smith & Co. [Hopewell, N.J. : s.n., 1803] 1803
  The Farmer's almanac, for the year of our Lord, 1804 ... Frederick-town [Md.]: : Printed by M. Bartgis for Cottom and Stewart's bookstores, Alexandria and Fredericksburg, Virginia., [1803] 1803
  The Franklin primer: : containing a new and useful selection of moral lessons, : adorned with a great variety of elegant cuts; : calculated to strike a lasting impression on the tender minds of children. / By a friend to youth. Boston: : Printed by John M. Dunham. 1803. 1803
  The History of the horrid murder of Michael Burlingame, his wife, five children & servan [sic] by the Koowanchooty Indians in Ohio. : Together with the assassination of the chief of that tribe, ten Indian warriors, two women & three children by Angelina Burlingame, and her escape. [United States : s.n., not before 1803] 1803
  The Lucky mistake: : a new novel. : Or, The pleasing story of Rinaldo & Atlante. [Walpole, N.H.] : Printed for and sold by Justin Hinds, Walpole, (New-Hampshire.) William Fessenden, printer, Brattleboro, (Vt.), [between 1803 and 1808?] 1803
  The Medical remembrancer for Boston, 1803. : The following genuine patent medicines, are sold by appointment of the proprietor, by Mr. Joseph Kelly, druggist, North-end; Messrs. Russell & Cutler, Congress-Street. [Boston : Printed by Russell & Cutler, 1803] 1803
  The Modern story-teller: : humorous, entertaining & instructing. : [Four lines of verse] Springfield [Mass.]: : Printed by Timothy Ashley, for Ezekiel Terry. 1803. 1803
  The New instructive history of Miss Patty Proud; or, The downfall of vanity: : with the reward of good-nature. : Adorned with cuts. : For the amusement and instruction of youth. : [Two lines of verse] Philadelphia: : Printed by John Adams,, 1803. 1803
  The New Irish jest and song book. : Being a collection of jests, blunders, songs and witty sayings from the latest publications. : [Two lines from Yorick.] Baltimore: : Printed for G. Douglas, bookseller., 1803. 1803
  The Parent's assistant. : A short practical catechism, compiled for the instruction of young children: and recommended to the youth of the Catholic Congregational Society, in Bristol. : [Four lines of quotations] Warren (Rhode-Island): : Printed at the press of Nathaniel Phillips,, M,DCCC,III. [1803] 1803
United States. President (1801-1809 : Jefferson) The president's message. : Salem register office, Wednesday morning, Oct. 26, 1803. [Salem, Mass. : Printed by William Carlton, 1803] 1803
  The Repartee, or Comical jester. : Containing a choice selection of anecdotes--bon mots--jests--comical stories--repartees &c. &c. ; [Two lines of verse] Boston. : Printed by J. White,, 1803. 1803
  The Weightier matters of the law: : a discourse on Matthew, chapter XXIII, verse 23. [United States? : s.n.], 1803. 1803
Westminster Assembly (1643-1652) The Westminster Assembly's Shorter catechism. Cambridge [Mass.], Printed at the University Press by W. Hilliard. MDCCCIII. [1803] 1803
Wood, John. To be sold, at public vendue, : on Saturday, the 12th of March next ensuing, at the subscriber's living in Roxborough township, Philadelphia County ... The following articles, viz. ... Germantown [Pa.]: : Printed by Michael Billmeyer., [1803] 1803
Republicans. To the independent electors of York and Adams Counties. : Handbills contrived and written by Sneaking Stewart, Fool Myer, and Drunken Hartley, have been published for the express purpose of abusing Frederick Eichelberger ... [York, Pa. : s.n., 1803] 1803
Real Republican, and genuine friend to the people. To the public, and to Frederick Eichelberger, : the man who wishes to introduce a new mode of senatorial electioneering. [York, Pa. : s.n., 1803] 1803
  Tom Thumb's great alphabet. : For all pretty masters & misses in the United States. New-York: : Printed for T.B. Jansen & Co. No. 248 Pearl-Street., 1803. 1803
  Trifle for a good boy. : Ornamented with fourteen handsome engravings. [Philadelphia] : Printed and sold by B. Johnson, no. 31, High Street. Philadelphia., 1803. 1803
  Voyage of Captains Portlock and Dixon, to King George's Sound, and round the world. Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by Joseph and James Crukshank, no. 87, High-Street., 1803. 1803
  Wisdom in miniature: or The young gentleman and lady's magazine. : Being a collection of sentences, divine and moral. ; [Three lines of quotation] Newport [R.I.]: : Printed by Oliver Farnsworth., 1803. 1803
Wilkinson, Edward, 1728-1809. Wisdom: : a poem. : Wisdom sprang from the Supreme Being; and by that wisdom he overcometh evil. By wisdom, peace and plenty flourish in cities and civil societies; and, by its means, private men may be enabled to enjoy domestic happiness. / Written in Rhode-Island, by one of the Friends. Troy (N.Y.) : Re-printed by T. Collier, from the third (Litchfield, Con.) edition,, --1803. (Price 6 d.) 1803
Republican Party (Mass. : 1792-1828) (Circular) Sir, When the Republican members of the legislature had been defeated ... : and when the resolution prescribing the mode of a general ticket, had been finally carried, by a small majority, you will not be surprized that those members and other citizens ... should think it necessary to assemble and consult on the measures proper to be taken on this emergency ... it was deemed expedient to propose ... a list of candidates, which is now respectfully enclosed. ... [Boston : s.n., 1804] 1804
  A Catalogue of drugs, medicines & chemicals, sold wholesale & retail, by [blank] New-York: : Printed by William A. Davis, no. 39 William-Street., 1804. 1804
  A Chart of the nth. west coast of America, the nth. east coast of Aisa, [cartographic material] : shewing the discoveries that have been lately made in those parts. / Engraved by E.G. Gridley, Boston. [Charlestown, Mass. : Thomas & Andrews, 1804] 1804
  A Collection of sacred vocal music. : Containing, the rules of psalmody, and the following tunes. [Alphabetical index of thirty titles] Northampton [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by Andrew Wright.--, Nov. 1804. 1804
Richmond (Va.) A compilation of the ordinances of the Common Hall of the city of Richmond, in force March 19, 1804. : To which are prefixed all acts of the General Assembly relating to the said city. Richmond: : Printed by T. Nicolson., M,DCCC,IV [i.e., 1804-1808]. 1804
Warden, David Bailie, 1772-1845. A concise system of prosody: : for the use of the students of Kinsgton Academy. Kingston [N.Y.], : Printed by S.S. Freer., [1804] 1804
  A Defense of the legislature of Massachusetts, or The rights of Newengland vindicated. Boston: : Printed at the Repertory Office., 1804. 1804
Williamson, Charles, 1757-1808. A description of the Genesee country, in the state of New-York: : in which the situation, dimensions, civil divisions, soil, minerals, produce, lakes and rivers, curiosities, climate, navigation, trade and manufactures, population, and other interesting matters relative to that country, are impartially described. : To which is added, an appendix, containing a description of the military lands. / By Robert Munro. New-York: : Printed for the author., 1804. ; (Copy-right secured.) 1804
United States. A digest of the revenue laws of the United States: : wherein are arranged, under distinct heads, the duties of collectors, naval officers, surveyors, masters of vessels, and all other persons connected with the imposts. / By L. Addington, attorney at law. ; To which is annexed an appendix, containing the forms and oaths in use at the custom-house. Philadelphia: : Printed and published by B. Graves, no. 40, North Fourth-Street., 1804. 1804
  A List of the names of the provincials who were killed and wounded in the late engagement with his majesty's troops at Concord, April 19, 1775. [Boston? : s.n.], Re-printed July, 1804. 1804
South Hadley Canal Lottery. A list of the prizes and fortunate numbers in the sixth class of South Hadley Canal Lottery. [Boston] : Printed by Gilbert & Dean, at the Lottery & Magazine Office, no. 78, State-Street. Boston,, December 18, 1804. 1804
  A Map of the discoveries made by Captn. Cook & Clerke in the years 1778 & 1779 [cartographic material] : between the Eastern Coast of Asia and the Western Coast of North America, where they attempted to navigate the North Sea. : Also Mr. Hearn's discoveries to the north westward of Hudson's Bay, in 1772. / J.T. Scott sculp. [Philadelphia : M. Carey, 1804] 1804
Wheeler, Amos, 1787-1876. A melancholy song, on the death of four people, who were drowned in Androscoggin River, April 21, 1803. : ... These people then lived on a new plantation, called Peabody's Patent, but which has since been incorporated and called Gilead. ... / Composed by Amos Wheeler, of Gilead, in the county of Oxford, district of Maine. [Maine or New Hampshire? : s.n., between 1804 and 1820] 1804
  A Memorial and representation, of a numerous meeting, of merchants, traders & citizens, of the city of New-York: : to the honourable the Legislature of the state of New-York. Albany: : Printed by C.R. & G. Webster., [1804]. 1804
  A New Year's poesy, : presented to the patrons of the Eastern Argus, / by their humble servant, the carrier. [Portland, Me. : Printed by Nathaniel Willis, 1804] 1804
  A Parody on poor Jack. [New York (State) : s.n., 1804] 1804
  A Poem on those unfortunate persons who perished in the late storm which happened on the 11th September, 1804. [Boston : s.n., 1804] 1804
  A Selection of hymns, from the best authors in Europe and America; : suited to every occasion of worship in the Baptist Society: / by Truman Beeman, elder of the Baptist Church at Catskill, state of New-York. ; [Four lines from Psalms] ; Copy right secured according to law. Albany:-- : Printed for Daniel Steele, bookseller, Court-Street, near the court-house., [1804?] 1804
Reformed Protestant Dutch Church (U.S.). General Synod. Acts and proceedings of the General Synod of the Reformed Dutch Church in the United States of America, May 14, 1804. New-York: : Printed by George Forman, no. 64, Water-Street., [1804] 1804
United States. Acts passed at the first session of the Eighth Congress of the United States of America, : begun and held at the city of Washington, in the District of Columbia, on Monday, the seventeenth of October, in the year 1803. And of the independence of the United States the twenty-eighth. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1804] 1804
United States. Acts passed at the first session of the Eighth Congress of the United States of America, : begun and held at the city of Washington, in the District of Columbia, on Monday, the seventeenth of October, in the year 1803. And of the independence of the United States the twenty-eighth. Richmond: : Printed by T. Nicolson., 1804. 1804
  Address of the carriers of the Aurora, to their customers, on the commencement of the year 1805. [Philadelphia : Published by William Duane, 1804] 1804
  Address of the carriers, to the patrons of the Repertory. [Boston : Published by John Park, 1804] 1804
  Address to the patrons & patronesses of the Boston weekly magazine, / by their humble servant, the carrier. [Boston : Printed by Gilbert & Dean, 1804] 1804
  Address to the patrons of the Newburyport herald, / by the carriers. [Newburyport, Mass. : Printed by E.W. Allen, 1804] 1804
United States. Department of the Treasury. An account of the receipts and expenditures of the United States, for the year 1803. : Stated in pursuance of the standing order of the House of Representatives of the United States, passed on the thirtieth day of December, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-one. Washington City [D.C.]: : Printed and published by order of the House of Representatives., [1804] 1804
Read, George, 1765-1836. An address / delivered by George Read, Esq. of Delaware, ; on the celebration of the 4th July 1804, in New-Castle County. [Wilmington, Del. : Printed by James Wilson, 1804] 1804
Webster, Noah, 1758-1843. An American selection of lessons in reading and speaking. : Calculated to improve the minds and refine the taste of youth. : And also to instruct them in the geography, history, and politics of the United States. : To which are prefixed, rules in elocution, and directions for expressing the principal passions of the mind. : Being the third part of A grammatical institute of the English language. : To which is added, an appendix, containing several new dialogues. / By Noah Webster, Jun. Esquire, author of "Dissertations on the English language," "Collection of essays and fugitive writings," &c. Printed at Boston, : by Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews, at Faust's statue, no. 45, Newbury Street. Sold, wholesale and retail, at their bookstore, and by said Thomas, in Worcester.--, 1804. 1804
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. An imitation of the Psalms of David; carefully suited to the Christian worship: : being an improvement of the former versions of the Psalms. : Allowed by the General Assembly, of the Presbyterian Church in the United States, to be used in churches and private families. : [Two lines of Scripture text] Albany: : Printed and published by Whiting, Backus & Whiting; sold by them at the Albany Book-Store, and at their stores in Schenectady, Utica and Canandaigua., 1804. 1804
  Astonishing invisible lady. : The acoustic temple, and incomprehensible crystal; now exhibiting at Mr. Craig's, sign of the Queen of Otaheite, Wilmington. [Wilmington, Del.] : Printed by James Wilson--Market-Street, Wilmington., [1804] 1804
Zion--St. Michael's Lutheran Church (Philadelphia, Pa.) At a large and respectable meeting (about 160) of the members of "St. Michaels and Zions Congregation," : held at Mr. Getty's schoolhouse ... a committee ... was appointed, to prepare and lay before the meeting a ticket, for elders and wardens, to be voted for at the next election. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1804] 1804
  At a meeting of Republican electors held at the house of Stephen Bates, in Canandaigua, the 7th of April, 1804 ... to settle a general ticket ... Voted, (one dissenting vote only) that Morgan Lewis, be nominated and supported at the ensuing election, for governor, and John Broome, for lieutenant governor. ... [New York (State) : s.n., 1804] 1804
  Boswell's Life of Dr. Johnson. : William Andrews & Lemuel Blake propose to publish by subscription, The life of Samuel Johnson, LLD. ... By James Boswell, Esq. ... [Philadelphia? : s.n., between 1804 and 1807] 1804
Vermont. Governor (1797-1807 : Tichenor) By Isaac Tichenor, governor of the state of Vermont, a proclamation. : ... Thursday, the 6th day of December next, to be observed as a day of thanksgiving ... Given under my hand, in Council chamber at Rutland, this 22d day of October, 1804. [Rutland, Vt.? : Printed by William Fay?, 1804] 1804
Rhode Island College (1764-1804) Catalogus eorum qui in collegio Rhodiæ Insulæ quod est Providentia, : ab anno MDCCLXIX, ad annum MDCCCIV, alicujus gradûs laureâ donati sunt. Providentiæ: : Typis Johannis Carter., 1804. 1804
  Charleston courier office, April 16, 1804. A country paper. : In consequence of applications from various quarters, we are induced to offer proposals for printing (in addition to the daily Courier) a paper for the country, to be entitled, the Courier for the country. ... [Charleston, S.C. : Printed by A.S. Willington, 1804] 1804
United States. Comptroller of the Treasury. Circular to collectors, naval officers and surveyors. Treasury Department, Comptroller's Office, December 22d, 1804. : Sir, Herewith is forwarded for the use of your office, the 6th volume of the laws of the United States ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1804] 1804
Williams College. Commencement at Williams' College. September 5, 1804. : Order of the exercises. [Stockbridge, Mass. : Printed by Heman Willard, 1804] 1804
  Consolatory ode. : Reflections on death, occasioned by the decease of Miss Eunice Woodbridge, (amiable, promising, and only daughter of the consort of Col. David Robinson, late Mrs. Woodbridge) who died in this town, on the 4th day of September, 1804, in the eighth year of her age. Bennington [Vt.]: : --Haswell & Smead, print., [1804] 1804
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Divine and moral songs, attempted in easy language, for the use of children. / By Isaac Watts, D.D. ; [Two lines from Matthew] Charlestown [Mass.]: : Printed by Samuel Etheridge. Sold by him at the Washington Head Bookstore., 1804. 1804
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Divine songs for children. / By Isaac Watts, D.D. ; [Two lines from Matthew] Philadelphia: : Printed by & for Benjamin Johnson, no. 31, Market-Street., 1804. 1804
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Dr. Watts' imitation of the Psalms of David, suited to the Christian worship in the United States. : And allowed by the Synod of New-York and Philadelphia, to be used in all the churches. : [Three lines of Scripture text] New-York: : Printed by T. Kirk, for self, T.S. Arden, P.A. Mesier, and M'Dermut and Thompson., 1804. 1804
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Dr. Watts's Plain and easy catechisms for children, and Preservative from the sins and follies of childhood and youth: : To which is added the Shorter catechism, with explanatory notes. : Also, some short prayers for children. Charlestown [Mass.]: : Printed by Samuel Etheridge, sold by him at the Washington Head Bookstore., 1804. 1804
Truth no libel. Electors of Saratoga, : The triennial election is near at hand. Your present governor declines. Who shall be his successor? Two candidates are in nomination--Aaron Burr and Morgan Lewis. ... [Ballston Spa, N.Y.? : Printed by William Child?, 1804] 1804
Richardson & Wheeler. English goods cheaper in Concord than at Boston! : Concord variety store, kept by Richardson & Wheeler ... [Boston] : Gilbert & Dean, printers, no. 78, State Street, Boston., [1804] 1804
  France. [cartographic material] / Peter Maverick sculpt. New York. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1804] 1804
  Gallia Vetus. [cartographic material] [Philadelphia] : Engrav'd for W. Poyntell & Co. Classic press edition., [1804] 1804
  Haus Segen. : In den drey allerhochsten Namen, Vater, Sohn und Heil'ger Geist die das Chor der Engel preiszt, Gesundheit, Ruh' und Segen, amen. Reading [Pa.]: : Gedruckt und zu haben bey Johann Ritter und Comp., [between 1804 and 1823] 1804
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Hymns and spiritual songs. : In three books. I. Collected from the Scriptures. II. Composed on divine subjects. III. Prepared for the Lord's Supper. / By I. Watts, D.D. ; [Four lines of quotations] New-York: : Printed and sold by T. & J. Swords, no. 160 Pearl-Street., 1804. 1804
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Hymns and spiritual songs. : In three books. I. Collected from the Scriptures. II. Composed on divine subjects. III. Prepared for the Lord's Supper. / By I. Watts, D.D. [Five lines of quotations] New-York: : Printed by T. Kirk, for self, T.S. Arden, F.A. Mesier, and M'Dermut and Thompson., 1804. 1804
  Hymns, composed at the request of the managers of the Female Asylum, : Portsmouth, September, 1804. [Portsmouth, N.H. : s.n., 1804] 1804
  In memory of the lamented Hamilton. [United States : s.n., 1804] 1804
Sands, Comfort, 1748-1834. In the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction of Errors, February term, 1804; Comfort Sands, Henry Sands, Lewis Sands, Joseph Sands, Robert Sands, Nathaniel Prime, John Blagge, William Constable, Isaac Kibbee, and Nathaniel G. Ingraham, appellants: vs. George Codwise, Peter Ludlow, James Codwise, Robert Morris, James Ludlum, Jonathan Ogden, Isaac Cock, Allen Clapp, Jacob Vallentine, and Michael Merrit, respondents. : Case on the part of the appellants. Albany-- : Printed by Websters and Skinner., [1804] 1804
  Joseph making himself known to his brethren. [United States : s.n., 1804?] 1804
United States. Commissioners of the Navy Pension Fund. Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, accompanying a report of the commissioners of the fund for navy pensions : 28th December, 1803. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1804?] 1804
  L'Exposé; : a New Year's message from the carriers of the Palladium to its patrons, with the compliments of the season. [Boston : Printed by Young and Minns, 1804] 1804
  Marvellous magazine. : [One line Latin epigram] Wonders!-- Wonders!-- Wonders!!! [Baltimore? : Martn & Pratt?, 1804?] 1804
  Neu-Jahr-Wunsch des Herumträgers des Readinger Adlers, an seine Kunden. : Reading, Dienstags, den 1sten Januar, 1805. [Reading, Pa. : Gedruckt bey Johann Ritter und Comp., 1804] 1804
Worcester Association of Ministers (Mass.) New catechism: / Compiled and recommended by the Worcester Association of Ministers. ; With Divine and moral songs. For the instruction and improvement of children and youth. [Worcester, Mass.?] : Printed for youth., 1804. 1804
  New-Year's address. : The carrier of the Middlebury Mercury, to his customers. [Middlebury, Vt. : Printed by Huntington & Fitch, 1804] 1804
Stansbury, Samuel, 1771-1822. New-York, May [blank] 1804. : I have now in the press, an edition of a very learned, humorous and popular poem, recently published in London, entitled, Terrible tractoration!! A poetical petition against galvanising trumpery, and the Perkinistic Institution. ... by Christopher Caustic , M.D. ... [New York : Printed by Southwick and Hardcastle, 1804] 1804
  Nightingale. : A collection of the most popular, ancient, & modern songs; set to music. / Selected by Samuel Larkin. ; Copy right secured. [Portsmouth, N.H.] : Published annually, by William & Daniel Treadwell, printers & stationers, Portsmouth,, January, 1804. 1804
  Not acted here this two years. Mr. Barrett's benefit. : On Friday evening, April 20, 1804, will be presented, the celebrated comedy, of Lovers vows: or, The heroic son. ... Jack in distress; or, Preparations for a cruise against the Tripolitans. ... The adopted child; or Baron of Milford Castle. ... [Boston : s.n., 1804] 1804
United States. Supreme Court. Opinion of the Supreme Court of the U. States, in the case of Alexander Murray and others, v. the schooner Charming Betsy. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1804] 1804
Wentworth, John, 1737-1820. Patriotic odes. : Composed for the national jubilee, July 4th, 1804--- / By John Wentworth, Esq. [Portsmouth, N.H.? : Printed by Samuel Nutting?, 1804] 1804
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. 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. : [Three lines of Scripture text] New York: : Printed and sold by G. & R. Waite, no. 64, Maiden-Lane., 1804. 1804
Rhode Island College (1764-1804) Rhode-Island College, September 5, 1804. Exercises of commencement. [Providence : s.n., 1804] 1804
  Something for something: or, An address of the carrier of the Columbian centinel. : To its friends and patrons:--wishing them a happy New-Year [Boston : Printed by Benjamin Russell, 1804] 1804
  South America from the best authorities. [cartographic material] [Charlestown, Mass. : Thomas & Andrews, 1804] 1804
  Spanish dominions in North America. [cartographic material] : From various authorities. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1804] 1804
Rhode Island. State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. In General Assembly, October session, A.D. 1804. : An act to suspend the operation of the act, entitled "An act for the limitation of certain personal actions." [Newport, R.I.? : Printed by Oliver Farnsworth?, 1804] 1804
Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745. The adventures of Captain Gulliver, in a voyage to the islands of Lilliput and Brobdingnag. / Abridged from the works of the celebrated Dean Swift. : Adorned with cuts. Wilimington [Del.]: : Printed and sold by Bonsal and Niles. Also sold at their book-store, Market-Street, Baltimore.--, 1804. 1804
  The American reader, : containing a selection of narration, harangues, addresses, orations, dialogues, odes, hymns, poems, &c. : Designed for the use of schools: : Together with a short introduction. / By John Hubbard. : Published according to act of Congress. Walpole, N.H. : Printed, for Thomas & Thomas, by D. Newhall, and sold wholesale and retail at the Walpole Bookstore., 1804. 1804
Webster, Noah, 1758-1843. The American spelling book; : containing, the rudiments of the English language, for the use of schools in the United States. / By Noah Webster, Esq. [Philadelphia? : Printed by Benjamin Johnson?, 1804?] 1804
  The American tutor's assistant; or, A compendious system of practical arithmetic; : containing, the several rules of that useful science, concisely defined, methodically arranged, and fully exemplified. : The whole particularly adapted to the easy and regular instruction of youth in our American schools. / By sundry teachers in and near Philadelphia. Philadelphia: : Printed for and sold by James Crukshank., 1804. 1804
  The Buck's pocket companion; : a collection of choice songs. : Selected with care from the newest publications. : [Two lines of quotation] Wilmington [Del.]: : Printed and sold by Bonsal & Niles--also sold at their book-store, no. 192, Market-Street, Baltimore., 1804. 1804
  The Carrier of the Salem register presents its patrons with the compliments of the season, and the following address ... [Salem, Mass. : Printed by William Carlton, 1804] 1804
  The Carriers of the Boston gazette, respectfully present to its patrons and friends, the compliments of the season, : and according to antient usage, request their acceptance of the following address. [Boston : Printed by Russell and Cutler, 1804] 1804
  The Cumberland melodist; or, A choice selection of plain tunes: : with a concise and easy gamut. [Shippensburg, Pa.] : Printed for John M'Carrell, Shippensburg, by WIlliam M'Culloch, no. 50, Chesnut Street, Philadelphia., September, 1804. 1804
  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, adapted to the different classes of learners," &c. New-York: : Printed for Evert Duyckinck, bookseller, by Deare and Andrews., 1804. 1804
Sindbad the sailor. The history of Sindbad, the sailor. : Containing, an account of his several surprising voyages, and miraculous escapes. : Ornamented with cuts. New-York: : Printed for Evert Duyckinck, by Lewis Nichols., 1804. 1804
  The History of Tommy Playlove and Jacky Lovebook: : wherein is shown the superiority of virtue over vice however dignified by birth or fortune. / Written by a friend. ; Adorned with cuts. Philadelphia: : printed by John Adams., 1804. 1804
  The Hive: or A collection of thoughts on civil, moral, sentimental & religious subjects: : selected from a number of the best authors in the English language. Intended as a repository of sententious, ingenious and pertinent sayings, in verse and prose, to which youth may have recourse on any particular topic. Frederick-Town [Md.]: : Printed by Matthias Bartgis., 1804. 1804
  The New instructive history of Miss Patty Proud; or, The downfall of vanity: : with the reward of good nature. : Adorned with cuts. : For the amusement and instruction of youth. : [Two lines of verse] Hudson [N.Y.]: : Printed by Ashbel Stoddard, and sold wholesale and retail, at his book-store., 1804. 1804
  The News carrier's address to the patrons of the Hive. [Northampton, Mass. : Printed by Thomas M. Pomroy, 1804] 1804
  The Nightingale. : A collection of the most popular, ancient, and modern songs: set to music. / Selected by Samuel Larkin. ; [Three lines of quotation] ; Copy right secured. [Portsmouth, N.H.] : Printed for William and Daniel Treadwell, booksellers, Portsmouth., 1804. 1804
  The Pretty orphans: : a tale. : Shewing how Farmer Townsend took home three orphan children, who had neither father nor mother, and brought them up as his own. Cambridge [N.Y.]:-- : Printed by Tennery & Stockwell, and sold wholesale and retail, at their printing office & bookstore., [1804?] 1804
  The School of good manners. : Composed for the help of parents in teaching their children how to behave during their minority. : [Eight lines of verse] [Walpole, N.H.] : Printed for and sold by Justin Hinds, Walpole, (N.H.), [1804?] 1804
  The Seaman's journal, : being an easy and correct method of keeping the daily reckoning of a ship during the course of her voyage. : The columns and spaces are properly ruled and divided for the entrance of every necessary observation; and the several departments arranged in the most regular and conspicuous manner. New-York: : Printed by G. & R. Waite, and sold by J. Tiebout, no. 246, Water-Street., 1804. 1804
  The Young man's instructive companion. : Containing, I. A gamut and explanations of the rules of music, &c. II. A number of plain, easy and useful tunes, from the best authors, ancient and modern, and well adapted to schools, churches and families, in the United States. : Index. ... : N.B. As this book was printed at different times, the first eight pages are called additional, lately prefixed to the 16 original pages--no tune should be sung faster, than we pronounce the same words in deliberate conversation, or reading. : Some errors in the index last page, are corrected under Philadelphia. [Greenwich, Mass.? : Printed by John Howe?, between 1804 and 1810?] 1804
  The Young man's instructive companion. : Containing, I. A gamut and explanations of the rules of music, &c. II. A number of plain, easy and useful tunes, from the best authors, ancient and modern, and well adapted to schools, churches and families, in the United States. : Index. ... : N.B. As this book was printed at different times, the first eight pages are called additional, lately prefixed to the 16 original pages--no tune should be sung faster, than we pronounce the same words in deliberate conversation, or reading. : Some errors in the index last page, are corrected under Philadelphia. [Greenwich, Mass.? : Solomon Howe?, between 1804 and 1810?] 1804
Republican. To the citizens of Newcastle County. : Fellow citizens, Being little in the habit of engaging in political disputes or throwing out the gauntlet for electioneering contests, yet I feel myself compeled [sic] forward to it by some late specimens of federal publication ... Wilmington [Del.], : Printed by James Wilson., [1804] 1804
  To the free and independent electors in the county of Luzerne. : Fellow citizens, In the Luzerne federalist of September 15th, the following is recommended as the Federal Republican ticket for the ensuing election. Representatives,--Roswell Welles, Justus Gaylord, Junr. ... In favor of this ticket, we solicit your concurrence and support. ... [Wilkes-Barre, Pa.? : s.n., 1804] 1804
Truth (Writer) To the freemen of Delaware. : The Federalists in this state, but particularly in the counties of Kent and Sussex, have endeavoured to excite a clamour because the duties on brown sugar, molasses, bohea tea, salt, &c. have not been taken off by the Republicans. A plain statement of facts, supported by a reference to the laws of the United States, will shew how groundless their assertions on this subject are. ... [Wilmington, Del., : Printed by James Wilson, 1804] 1804
  To the patrons of the Washington Federalist. [Georgetown, D.C. : Printed by William A. Rind, 1804] 1804
  Toasts for fourth July 1804. [Norwich, Conn. : Printed by Thomas Hubbard?, 1804] 1804
  Youthful folly detected. : Written for the benefit of youth, particularly of the female sex. : [Eight lines of verse] Walpole, N.H. : Printed at the Observatory Press, by David Newhall., 1804. 1804
Society of Constitutional Republicans. "The Society of Constitutional Republicans." : Those citizens who are in favour of the proposition for forming "The Society of Constitutional Republicans," are requested to meet ... Thursday the 21st instant; when the draft of a memorial and remonstrance to the legislature ... will be reported for consideration. ... : To the Senate and House of Representatives of the General Assembly of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the memorial and remonstrance of the subscribing citizens ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1805] 1805
Sands, Benjamin. [Metamorphosis, or A transformation of pictures] [Philadelphia? : s.n., 1805 or 1806?] 1805
  [The True preacher] [Greenwich, Mass.] : Greenwich:--Printed [by John Howe?], price 4 cents,, August 27, 1805. 1805
  [World atlas] [Philadelphia? : Jacob Johnson?, 1805?] 1805
  A Collection of hymns, for the use of Christians: / by Elias Smith, servant of Jesus Christ. ; [Six lines from Revelation] Providence: : Printed by Heaton & Williams., 1805. 1805
  A Present for a little boy. : [Two lines of quotation] : Adorned with cuts. Portsmouth [N.H.]. : Printed for the purchasers., 1805. 1805
  A Present, for a good boy. Newburyport [Mass.], : printed and sold by W. & J. Gilman, no. 2, Middle-Street., [between 1805 and 1821] 1805
United States. Acts passed at the second session of the Eighth Congress of the United States of America, : begun and held at the city of Washington, in the District of Columbia, on Monday, the fifth of November, in the year 1804. And of the independence of the United States the twenty-ninth. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1805] 1805
United States. Acts passed at the second session of the Eighth Congress of the United States of America, : begun and held at the city of Washington, in the District of Columbia, on Monday, the fifth of November, in the year 1804. And of the independence of the United States the twenty-ninth. Richmond: : Printed by Thomas Ritchie., 1805. 1805
  Address from a stranger. Boston: : Printed and sold by E. Lincoln, Water Street. $2,25 cents per. hundred., [ca. 1805?] 1805
  Address of the carrier of the Connecticut journal to his patrons, or, Miscellaneous predictions for the year 1806. [New Haven : Printed by Thomas Green and Son, 1805] 1805
United States. An act to regulate the clearance of armed merchant vessels. : Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1805] 1805
  An Essay on happiness. : The following production is the offspring of fancy, rather than of labored art. It was produced by the question, which heads the subject, being proposed by a young gentleman in company with the author. A simple answer was, at first, all that bounded his intentions. Commenced, the subject grew copious, agreeable, and consequently, what is not wonderful, augmented to its present form. Repeated solicitations of a few friends is all that has induced him to give it, with scarcely a revision, to the public. Dedham [Mass.]:-- : Printed by H. Mann., February--1805. 1805
  Cramer's Pittsburgh almanack for the year of our Lord MDCCCVI--1806. : ... This almanack is calculated for the meridian and parallel of Pittsburgh, but will serve without any sensible variation for Ohio, Kentucky, Virginia, &c. ... [Pittsburgh] : From the press of Zadok Cramer, bookseller and printer, Market Street, Pittsburgh., [1805] 1805
  Dickson's balloon almanac, for the year of our Lord, 1806. : ... Adapted to Pennsylvania and the neighboring states. Lancaster [Pa.], : Printed and sold by William Dickson, North Queenstreet., [1805] 1805
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Divine and moral songs, in easy langugage, for the use of children. / By Isaac Watts, D.D. ; [Two lines from Matthew] Hudson [N.Y.], : Printed and sold by Ashbel Stoddard, at this book-store and printing-office, corner of Warren and Third Streets., 1805. 1805
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. 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. ; [Five lines of quotations] ; (With some new hymns not in common editions.) See the end for new hymns. Whitehall [Pa.]: : Printed for W.W. Woodward, Philadelphia., 1805. 1805
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Hymns and spiritual songs. : In three books: I. Collected from the Scriptures. II. Composed on divine subjects. III. Prepapred for the Lord's Supper. / By I. Watts, D.D. ; [Five lines of quotations] Albany: : Printed by C.R. and G. Webster, at their bookstore, corner of State and Pearl-Streets., 1805. 1805
Swift, Nathaniel. In the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction of Errors. : Between Nathaniel Swift, appellant, vs. Ezra Dean, respondent. : Case, on the part of the appellant. Albany: : Printed by Websters and Skinner., [1805?] 1805
  Jacky Dandy's deight: Or, The history of birds and beasts; : in verse and prose. : Adorned with cuts. : [Four lines of verse] Hudson [N.Y.]: : Printed by Ashbel Stoddard, at the White House, corner of Warren and Third Streets., 1805. 1805
Rhea, John, 1753-1832. John Rhea, of Tennessee, to his constituents. : Washington City, February 12th, 1805. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1805] 1805
  Lines wrote relative to the murder of Marcus Lyon; : who was murdered in Wilbreham [i.e., Wilbraham, Mass.], November 9, 1805. [Massachusetts? : s.n., 1805] 1805
True preacher. Little preacher; : a descant on priestcraft. [Greenwich, Mass.] : Greenwich:--Printed [by John Howe], price 4 cents,, August 27, 1805. 1805
  Moderation. : A salutatory ode, on the birth of the new year 1806, by the carrier of the Centinel. [Boston : Printed by Benjamin Russell, 1805] 1805
  New Year's address of the carrier of the Independent chronicle, : respectfully presented to its patrons. [Boston, : Printed by Adams & Rhoades, 1805] 1805
  Odes to be sung at the first anniversary of Ballston Academy, : on Wednesday March the 27th, A.D. 1805. Ballston [N.Y.]: : Printed by D.C. Miller., 1805. 1805
  On patience. [New York] : Sold by Samuel Wood, 362 Pearl-Street., [between 1805 and 1808] 1805
United States. President (1801-1809 : Jefferson) President's message. : Herald office, Tuesday evening, Dec 10, eight o'clock. ... To the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America. [Newburyport, Mass. : Printed by E.W. Allen, 1805] 1805
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Psalms, carefully suited to the Christian worship in the United States of America. : Being an improvement of the old versions of the Psalms of David. : [Three lines from Luke] Whitehall [Pa.]: : Printed for W.W. Woodward, Philadelphia., 1805. 1805
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Psalms, carefully suited to the Christian worship in the United States of America: : being an improvement of the old versions of the Psalms of David. : [Three lines of Scripture text] Hudson [N.Y.]: : Printed for Ashbel Stoddard, by Harry Croswell., 1805. 1805
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Psalms, carefully suited to the Christian worship in the United States of America: : being an improvement of the old versions of the Psalms of David. : [Three lines of Scripture text] Hudson [N.Y.]: : Printed for T.B. Jansen, no. 116, Broad-Way, New-York. By Harry Croswell., 1805. 1805
Republican Party (R.I. : 1792-1828) Republican convention prox, 1805. : His Excellency Arthur Fenner, Esq. governor. The Honourable Paul Mumford, Esq. lieutenant-governor. [Providence? : s.n., 1805] 1805
Union College (Schenectady, N.Y.) Supplement to the laws of Union College. Albany: : Printed by Charles R. and George Webster., 1805. 1805
Taylor, John, 1580-1653. The Bible and Apocraphy versified, and adorned with cuts. [United States? : s.n.], 1805. 1805
  The Canticle of the carrier of the Recorder, to his patrons. January 1, 1806. [Newburgh, N.Y. : Printed by Dennis Coles, 1805] 1805
  The Carrier of the Portsmouth oracle: presents to his kind patrons the following lines accompanied with ardent wishes, that they may experience a happy, thrice happy new-year! [Portsmouth, N.H. : Printed by William Treadwell, 1805?] 1805
  The Cavern of death. : A moral tale. [Johnstown, N.Y.] : Printed and sold by William Child, William-Street, Johnstown., 1805. 1805
  The Cries of London, : as they are daily exhibited iin the streets; with an epigram in verse, adapted to each. : Embellished with elegant characteristic engravings. : [Three lines of verse] [Part III.] Philadelphia: : Printed for Benjamin Johnson, Jacob Johnson, and Robert Johnson., 1805. 1805
  The Cries of London, : as they are daily exhibited in the streets; with an epigram in verse, adapted to each. : Embellished with elegant characteristic engravings. : [Three lines of verse] Philadelphia: : Printed for Benjamin Johnson, Jacob Johnson, and Robert Johnson., 1805. 1805
  The Cries of London, : as they are daily exhibited in the streets; with an epigram in verse, adapted to each. : Embellished with elegant characteristic engravings. : [Three lines of verse] [Part I-IV.] Philadelphia: : Printed for Benjamin Johnson, Jacob Johnson, and Robert Johnson., 1805. 1805
  The Delights of harmony; or, Norfolk compiler. : Being a new collection of psalm tunes, hymns and anthems; with a variety of set pieces, from the most approved American and European authors. : Likewise, the necessary rules of psalmody made easy. The whole particularly designed for the use of singing schools and musical societies in the United States. / By Stephen Jenks. ; [Six lines from Psalms] Dedham--Massachusetts-- : Printed by H. Mann, for the author, & co.--1805. Music-printing--executed with fidelity and dispatch.--A general assortment constantly for sale at his book-store., [1805] 1805
  The Distressed soul looking to the Lamb for pity. [Newburyport, Mass.] : Printed by W. & J. Gilman, booksellers, Middle-Street, Newburyport. Where may be had a variety of cheap religious tracts., [between 1805 and 1813] 1805
South Hadley Canal Lottery. The drawing of the seventh class of South-Hadley Canal Lottery will commence on the ninth day of May next, at Boston. : All persons entrusted with the disposal of tickets are requested to return all unsold ... on or before the 25th day of April next. ... [Springfield, Mass. : s.n., 1805] 1805
Sister in said church. The following lines were composed on the death of Deacon John Courrier [i.e., Currier]-- : who, for many years was a useful member in the Baptist Church at Hopkinton, Newhampshire,-- / by a sister in said church. [Portsmouth, N.H.] : Printed by Peirce & Gardner, Portsmouth., [1805] 1805
  The Great honour of a valiant London prentice: : being an account of his matchless manhood, and brave adventures, done in Turkey; and how he came to marry the king's daughter, &c. [Newburyport, Mass.] : Sold by the thousand, groce, dozen, or single, [by W. & J. Gilman] at the Middle-Street Bookstore and Printing-Office, Newburyport--Price 3 cents., [between 1805 and 1810] 1805
  The Happy child. [Newburyport, Mass.] : Printed and sold [by W. & J. Gilman] at the Middle-Street Book Store and Printing-Office, Newburyport. Price, three cents., [between 1805 and 1810] 1805
  The History of Miss Kitty Pride. : Embelished [sic] with facts. Windsor [Vt.]. Printed by Nahum Mower., [1805?] 1805
United States. The laws of the United States of America. : Volume VII. : Published by authority. Washington City [D.C.]. : [s.n.], 1805. 1805
  The New York & Vermont collection of sacred harmony, : containing the necessary rules of music with a variety of psalm & hymn tunes, set-pieces & anthems; many of which are original: / compiled for the use of worshiping assemblies & singing societies, from the most approved antient & modern authors, by Thomas H. Atwill. Albany : Printed by the proprietor B. Buckley, [1805] 1805
  The News-boy's address to the patrons of the Salem register, : on the commencement of the year eighteen hundred and six. [Salem, Mass. : Printed by Warwick Palfray, Jr., 1805] 1805
  The Philadelphia school dictionary of the English language. / Compiled from the most approved, modern, English dictionaries, by Benjamin Johnson. Philadelphia: : Published by the editor, no. 31, Market Street. Dickinson & Heartt, printers., 1805. 1805
Woodruff, Hezekiah N. (Hezekiah North), 1763-1833. The pious family instructor. Part first. ... Albany: Printed by Charles R. and George Webster. 1805. 1805
Richards, George, 1755?-1814. The secretaries of the subscribing lodges, for Preston's Illustrations of Masonry, edited by George Richards! : Are respectfully informed that the paper maker, printer and binder, severally demand payment, for the respective sums due them ... it is therefore earnestly requested, that each lodge, who has received the books subscribed for, would immediately pay the agent ... [Portsmouth, N.H. : Printed by William & Daniel Treadwell, 1805] 1805
  The Ten commandments. [New York] : Sold by Samuel Wood, 362 Pearl-Street., [between 1805 and 1808] 1805
  The Waterford almanack for the year of our Lord 1806 ... : Calculated for the horizon and meridian of Waterford--North latitude 42 degrees 55 minutes--from the English Observatory 73 degrees and 8 minutes West. / By Andrew Beers, philom. ... Waterford [N.Y.]: : Printed by Horace H. Wadsworth. Great allowance to retailers., [1805] 1805
Westminster Assembly (1643-1652) The Westminster Assembly's Shorter catechism. Boston: : Printed and sold by E. Lincoln, Water Street. (Price 6 cents; 50 cents per doz.), [ca. 1805?] 1805
Taylor, John. To the people of the county of Hampshire. [Northampton, Mass. : s.n., 1805] 1805
  To the Senate and House of Representatives: : The petition of the inhabitants of the town of [blank] [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1805] 1805
Trip, Tommy. [Trip's History of beasts; being a trifle for a good boy. : Ornamented with engravings.] [Albany: : Printed and sold by the groce or dozen by E. and E. Hosford., 1806?] 1806
  A Catalogue of books written by Dr. Joseph Priestly. Northumberland [Pa.] : --Printed by John Binns., [1806] 1806
  A Choice selection of evangelical hymns, : from various authors: for the use of the English Evangelical Lutheran Church in New-York. / By Ralph Williston. ; [Two lines from 1 Corinthians] New-York: : Printed and sold by J.C. Totten, no. 155 Chatham-Street., 1806. 1806
  A Collection of hymns, appropriate to the domestic chaplain. / By John Stanford, A.M. ; [One line of Scripture text] New-York: : Printed by T. & J. Swords, no. 160 Pearl-Street,, 1806. 1806
  A Correct account of the Battle of Alexandria, : with a sketch of the campaign in Egypt, under Sir Ralph Abercrombie; and, a general outline of the great picture, painted by Robert Ker Porter. Boston: : Printed for J. Savage, by Benj. True, at the Museum Press--Tremont-Street., 1806. 1806
Santo, Francisco dos, 1776-1806. A full and particular account of the trial of Francisco dos Santo, alias, Francisco Son, for the murder of Archibald Graham, : at a Court of Oyer and Terminer, held in the city of New-York, Jan. 9, 1806, with the sentence, pronounced against him by his honour the presiding judge, : to which is added, a short account of his life, together with his confession, taken in the presence of one of the keepers; as also his behaviour from the time of condemnation, till his execution on the 28th March, 1806. [New York : s.n., 1806] 1806
  A Natural history of quadrupeds. : To which is prefixed, The history of Tommy Trip and his dog Jowler. New-York: : Printed and published by J.C. Totten, no. 155 Chatham-Street., 1806. 1806
  A Selection of hymns for public worship. / By Archibald Maclae [i.e., Maclay], minister of the Gospel, New-York. ; [Three lines from Psalms] New-York: : Printed by William A. Davis, no. 39 William-Street., 1806. 1806
  A sermon on the Trinity: : [Four lines of Scripture texts] Frederick-town [Md.]: : Printed by John P. Thomson., 1806. 1806
Shepard, Samuel, 1772-1846. A sermon, delivered at Lenox, (Massachusetts) February 20th, 1806; : being the day of the execution of Ephraim Wheeler, pursuant to his sentence, for a rape committed on his daughter, Betsy Wheeler. / By Samuel Shepard, A.M. pastor of the church in Lenox. ; Published at the request of the hearers. Stockbridge [Mass.]: : Printed by H. Willard.--, April, 1806. 1806
Russell and Cutler. A specimen of printing-types, and ornaments, attached to the office of Russell & Cutler. Boston : [Russell & Cutler], 1806. 1806
Young, James. A visionary narrative of things seen and heard by a seafaring man. [Boston : s.n., 1806] 1806
  Aitken's collection of Divine music. : Consisting of Psalms, hymns, chants & anthems. For one, two, three & four voices. Organ & pianaforte. Philad. : Pub. by John Aitken, no. 33 South Second Street., [1806] 1806
Rowland, David S. (David Sherman), 1719-1794. An epitome of ecclesiastical history / By David S. Rowland late Minister of the First Church in Windsor, Connecticut. [New Haven] : Engraved and printed for the proprietors, by Amos Doolittle, New Haven, 1806. 1806
Sandham, Elizabeth. Anna, the tale bearer. : Embellished with a magic lanthorn exhibition. [Philadelphia] : Published by Benjamin Johnson, No. 249, Market-Street, Philadelphia. --1806. 1806
Spalding, Lyman, 1775-1821. Bill of mortality. For Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A.D. 1805. / By Lyman Spalding, M.D. [Portsmouth, N.H. : s.n., 1806] 1806
Republican Party (Mass. : 1792-1828). Central Committee. Boston, February 20, 1806. : Gentlemen, At a very numerous meeting of Republicans, from every part of the commonwealth, the duty has been enjoined on us to forward to the several counties the enclosed address on the subject of the approaching election ... [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1806] 1806
Yale College (1718-1887) Catalogue of the officers and students in Yale College, November, 1806. [New Haven] : O. Steele & Co. printers., [1806] 1806
Smart, Christopher, 1722-1771. Choice emblems, for children. : Embellished with cuts. Philadelphia: : Printed by John Adams., 1806. 1806
Virginia. Governor (1805-1808 : Cabell) Circular. Richmond, July 11, 1806. : Sir, In pursuance of an advice of the Council of State, I have to request that you will be pleased to forward to me ... a return of the strength of each volunteer company under your command ... as the executive are prevented from exercising some of their functions in relation to the militia, by the want of the information now sought ... [Richmond : s.n., 1806] 1806
  Citizen and farmer's almanac, for the year 1807. : ... Containing, (besides the astronomical calculations, by Joshua Sharp,) a variety of pieces in prose and verse. Philadelphia: : Printed for John M'Culloch, no. 1, North Third Street., [1806] 1806
  Cochran's Philadelphia almanac, for the year of our Lord, 1807. ... / Calculated by Joshua Sharp. Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by R. Cochran, no. 108, Race-Street., [1806] 1806
  Cramer's Pittsburgh almanack for the year of our Lord 1807. : ... Calculated for the meridian of Pittsburgh, in lat. 40. 35. N. long. 80. 38. W. but will serve without any sensible variation for the states of Ohio, Virginia, Kentuckey [sic] &c. [Pittsburgh] : Printed by Zadok Cramer, and sold at his bookstore and printing office, in Market, between Front and Second Streets--where German almanacks may also be had, by the gross, dozen or single., [1806] 1806
  Dear Madam, After presenting my respects to you, I would inform you of my welfare. ... [Boston : s.n., 1806] 1806
Thompson, Isaac, 1775-1852. Dr. Thompson's celebrated eye-water. [Sag Harbor, N.Y.] : Printed by A. Spooner, Sag-Harbor., [1806] 1806
  Ecclesia harmonia : A collection of sacred music / by Woodward & Aitken of Philadelphia South 2nd St. n. 33. ; Enter'd according to law. [Philadelphia : Woodward & Aitken, 1806] 1806
  Eine Schöne Sammlung auserlesener Gebäter und Lieder, : zum Gebrauch der Jugend, sowohl in der Schule als zu Hause. : Auf vielfältiges Ersuchen zum Druck befördert. [Reading, Pa. : Gottlob Jungmann], 1806. 1806
Republican Party (Mass. : 1792-1828). Committee (Hampshire County) Gentlemen, A large number of respectable Republicans, assembled at Boston from different parts of the state, impressed with the importance of the ensuing election ... have appointed a committee ... That general committee has appointed other committees in each county ... The Committee for the County of Hampshire, do therefore ... request you, gentlemen, to use all your influence ... in support of the Republican candidates. ... [Springfield, Mass.? : s.n., 1806] 1806
Thompson, Isaac, 1775-1852. Important to gardeners. : The great importance of changing seeds of all kinds of vegetables, is a fact too well known to need comment ... The subscriber has lately obtained of his correspondents, from various parts of the world, the most extensive and best assortment of garden-seeds ... [New York] : Printed by G. & R. Waite, no. 64, & 38, Maiden-Lane, New-York., [1806] 1806
Weeks, John R. In memory of Mrs. Mary Cock, consort of Mr. Thomas Cock, Sen. of Mill-Neck, township of Oyster-Bay; : who deceased March 26th, Anno Domini 1806, of a dropsy in the stomach, / written in sincere regard, by John R. Weeks. [New York] : Printed by John Tiebout, no. 238, Water-Street, New-York., [1806] 1806
Watson, James, 1750-1806. In the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction of Errors. : Between James Watson, and Samuel Watson, plaintiffs in error; and John Delafield, defendant in error. : Case, on the part of the plaintiffs. Albany: : Printed by Websters and Skinner., [1806?] 1806
  Interesting correspondence; : between those eminently distinguished characters, John Adams, late president of the United States, and Samuel Adams, late governor of Massachusetts. On the important subject of government. [Portland, Me. : Printed by Nathaniel Willis, 1806] 1806
United States. Commissioners Under the Act, Intituled An Act for the Relief of the Refugees from the British Provinces of Canada and Nova Scotia. Letter and report from the secretary of War, the secretary of the Treasury, and comptroller of the Treasury, commissioners under the act, intituled "An act for the relief of the refugees from the British provinces of Canada and Nova Scotia," passed the 7th of April, 1798. : April 21, 1806. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. : December 10, 1806. Referred to Mr. Thomas, Wilson, and Green. : December 17, 1806. Bill presented. City of Washington [D.C.]: : A. & G. Way, printers., 1806. 1806
  Life of William Pitt, late prime minister of Great Britain, : with biographical notices of his principal friends and illustrious cotemporaries [sic]. : [Four lines from Shakspeare] Philadelphia: : Published by John Watts., 1806. 1806
  Little histories for little folks: : shewing the punishment that will befall naughty boys and girls. : Embellished with cuts. Philadelphia: : Printed by John Adams., 1806. 1806
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Logic, or The right use of reason, in the inquiry after truth. : With a variety of rules to guard against error in the affairs of religion and human life, as well as in the sciences. / By Isaac Watts, D.D. Exeter [N.H.], : Printed by Ranlet & Norris, and sold at their book-store--sold also, by Thomas & Andrews, David West, & John West, Boston, and Thomas & Whipple, Newburyport., 1806. 1806
  Message from the President of the United States, communicating discoveries made in exploring the Missouri, Red River and Washita, by Captains Lewis and Clark, Doctor Sibley, and Mr. Dunbar; : with a statistical account of the countries adjacent. : February 19, 1806. Printed by order of the Senate. City of Washington [D.C.]: : A. & G. Way, printers., 1806. 1806
  Mr. G.G. Bailey [respectfull]y acquaints the public in general, that the managers of the Charleston Theatre, have granted him a benefit, to remunerate him for his trouble, as box book-keeper, which will be [this] evening, Friday, March 6, 1806; : when will be presented the celebrated comic opera, of Robin Hood. ... After which ... the laughable farce, of The lying valet. ... To which will be added, the much admired pantomime, of Harlequin skeleton. ... [Charleston, S.C.] : Printed by W.P. Young, no. 41, Broad-Street., [1806] 1806
  Neu-Jahrs-Wunsch des Herumträgers des Readinger Adlers, an seine verthen Kunden. [Reading, Pa. : Gedruckt bey Johann Ritter und Comp., 1806] 1806
  New Year's address, of the carriers of the Repertory to its patrons. [Boston : Published by John Park, 1806] 1806
  New-Year's address. [Newport, R.I. : Printed for Ann Barber, 1806] 1806
  Obituary. : "Swiftly the hours, but man still swifter flies, Life he receives to-day, to-morrow dies." : Departed this transitory life, on the 6th day of August, 1806, in the 22d year of his age ... Mr. Jacob B. Arndt, eldest son of John Arndt, Esq. of Easton. ... Allso [sic].--On the 1st day of November, 1806, in the 18th year of his age, John Arndt, Jun. ... [Easton, Pa. : s.n., 1806] 1806
  Poor Richard's almanack, calculated and improved for the year 1807. ... / Calculated by an inhabitant of Boston. ; [Table of zodiacal signs, and 4 lines of verse] Boston: : Printed and published by A. Newell, and for sale at his printing-office in Devonshire Street. Sold also by Thomas and Whipple, Newbury-port. Price--6 cents single, 37 1/2 cents dozen, 4 dolls. a gross., [1806] 1806
United States. General Post Office. Portland Post-Office, Monday, April 28, 1806. : The summer establishment. ... [Portland, Me.] : N. Willis printer, Portland., [1806] 1806
  Poulson's town and country almanack, for the year of our Lord 1807 ... / Calculated by Abraham Shoemaker. [Philadelphia] : Printed [by John Bioren] for John Conrad, & Co. Philadelphia; and M. & J. Conrad & Co. Baltimore., [1806] 1806
  Presents for good girls. Philadelphia. : Published by Jacob Johnson, no. 147, Market Street., 1806. 1806
  Reports of cases ruled and adjudged in the courts of Pennsylvania, before and since the Revolution. / By A.J. Dallas. ; Vol. I. Philadelphia: : Printed for P. Byrne, no. 182, Market Street., 1806. 1806
Tucker, Benjamin. Sacred and profane history epitomized; : with a continuation of modern history to the present time. : To which is added an account of the feudal system, the crusades, chivalry, the Reformation, and the revival of learning. : Together with a comprehensive chronological table. / By Benjamin Tucker. [Philadelphia] : Published by Jacob Johnson, and for sale at his book-stores in Philadelphia, and Richmond, Virginia. 1808. A. Bartram, printer., [1806] 1806
Republican Party (N.Y. : 1792-1828). Committee of Correspondence Appointed in Behalf of the Republicans of the City of New-York. Sir, At a general meeting of the Republican citizens of New-York, : the following resolutions, with respect to the political situation of our state, was [sic] unanimously passed. ... [New York : s.n., 1806] 1806
  Some very gentle touches to some very gentle-men / by a humble country cousin of Peter Pindar Esq. ; Dedicated to all the little girls & boys, of the city of New York. [New York? : s.n., 1806] 1806
  Song for the thirtieth anniversary of American independence. : For the Young Federal Republicans. [Boston : s.n., 1806] 1806
Thompson, Isaac, 1775-1852. Specifick drops for the tooth-ache. : ... Prepared only at I. Thompson's medicinal warehouse, New-London, (Conn.) [New London, Conn. : s.n., 1806] 1806
Randolph, John, 1773-1833. Speech of the Hon. J. Randolph, on the non-importation resolution of Mr. Gregg. Albany: : Printed by Backus and Whiting., 1806. 1806
  The Anti-aristocrat, or Congressional election for York District, Nov. 1806. [Portland, Me.? : s.n., 1806] 1806
  The Bishop and clergy to whom the immediate superintendence of the Episcopal Academy is committed, : deem it their duty to vindicate the institution and its principal, the Rev. E.D. Barry, from an injurious report, which has been for some time in circulation. The annexed depositions and statements will show the nature of the report, and will satisfy the candid that it is totally without foundation. ... [New York : s.n., 1806] 1806
  The Blackbird; : consisting of a complete collection of the most admired modern songs. New-York, : Printed for Increase Cooke & Co. New-Haven, M'Farlane & Long, print., 1806. 1806
  The Carrier of the Political index, to his patrons, with the compliments of the season. : Newburgh, January 1, 1807. [Newburgh, N.Y. : Published by Ward M. Gazlay, 1806] 1806
  The Carrier's New-Year's address to the patrons of the Republican crisis. [Albany : Printed by William Tucker, 1806] 1806
Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, Piety, and Charity (Boston, Mass) The Christian monitor. : Boston, January, 1806. Proposals for publishing a periodical work, entitled, the Christian monitor. [Boston : Printed by Munroe & Francis, 1806] 1806
  The Complete modern songster, or Vocal pocket companion: : containing upwards of 270 of the most approved English, American, Irish and Scotch, Anacreontic, political, and sentimental modern songs, selected from a variety of volumes. : To which is annexed a handsome collection of original toasts and sentiments. : [Two lines of quotation] Philadelphia: : Printed and published by B. Graves, no. 40, North Fourth-Street., 1806. 1806
Reynolds, Frederick, 1764-1841. The delinquent; or, Seeing company. : A comedy, in five acts. / By Frederick Reynolds. Author of Cheap living, Dramatist, &c. &c. &c. ; As performed at the theatres, Covent-Garden and New-York. New-York: : Printed by D. Longworth, for George E. Blake, Cook's Buildings. Philadelphia., 1806. 1806
  The Effect of principle : behold the man. [Germantown, Pa. : Germantown Print Works, ca. 1806] 1806
  The Farmers' almanack, improved: for the year of our Lord 1807 ... / Calculated for the meridians of Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee. ... By Father Abraham. Baltimore-- : Printed by Warner & Hanna, for John Vance & Co., [1806] 1806
  The Garland of flowers; : composed of Cupid and Psyche, from the Golden ass of Apuleius. Anonymous. And of odes, chiefly from the Norse tongue. By T.J. Mathias, Esq. New-York: : Re-printed by and for I. Riley & Co. No. 1, City-Hotel, Broadway., 1806. 1806
Tobin, John, 1770-1804. The honey moon: : a comedy, in five acts. / By the late John Tobin, Esquire. ; As performed at the Theatre of Drury Lane, London. Richmond: : S. Grantland, printer., 1806. 1806
  The Impartial examiner. March 26, 1806. : The important question, Who shall be governor? considered. Citizens of Massachusetts! For five years you have elected Caleb Strong to the chief magistracy of your beloved state. ... [Boston : Published by John Park?, 1806] 1806
United States. The laws of the United States of America. : Volume VII. : Published by authority. Washington City [D.C.]: : Printed and published by Duane and Son., 1806. 1806
Sindbad the sailor. The Life and adventures of Sinbad the sailor. Boston: : Printed and sold by Hosea Sprague, no. 88 Newbury-Street,, 1806. 1806
Woodward, William Wallis. The Medical and physical journal. : William W. Woodward, Philadelphia, no. 52, corner of Second and Chesnut-Streets, offers to medical gentlemen throughout the United States, West-Indies, &c. the following proposals, for putting to press an elegant and useful work, viz. the Medical and physical journal ... conducted by T. Bradley, M.D. ... [Philadelphia : Printed by William W. Woodward, 1806?] 1806
  The New instructive history Miss Patty Proud; or, The downfall of vanity. : With the reward of good nature. : Adorned with cuts. : For the amusement and instruction of youth. : [Two lines of verse] [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, New-Haven., 1806. 1806
  The New York & Vermont collection of sacred harmony, : containing the necessary rules of music with a variety of Psalm & hymn tunes, set-pieces & anthems; many of which are original: / compiled for the use of worshiping assemblies & singing societies, from the most approved antient & modern authors, by Thomas H. Atwill. Albany : Printed by the proprietors secd. edtn. Backus & Whiting, no. 45 State Street., [between 1806 and 1808] 1806
  The New York & Vermont collection of select music / by Thomas Atwill. New York : Published & sold by the author., [between 1806 and 1814] 1806
  The Newport female evangelic miscellany. No. III. Newport [R.I.]: : Printed at the Office of the Newport Mercury., [1806?] 1806
  The Newport female evangelic miscellany. No. IV. Newport [R.I.]: : Printed at the Office of the Newport Mercury., [1806?] 1806
  The News-carrier's address, to the generous patrons of the Orange County Republican. : Wardsbridge, January 1st. 1807. [Wardsbridge, Montgomery Township, N.Y. : Published by Beach & Pratt?, 1806] 1806
  The Puzzling-cap: : a choice collection of riddles, in familiar verse; with a curious cut to each. : To which is added, description of the swan and good boy. Hartford: : Printed by Lincoln & Gleason., 1806. 1806
  The Sister's gift: or, The naughty boy reformed. : Published for the advantage of the rising generation. : Ornamented with cuts. Hartford: : Printed by Lincoln & Gleason., 1806. 1806
Sandham, Elizabeth. The story of Charles Maitland; or, The dangers of a meddling disposition. [Philadelphia : Benjamin Johnson, 1806] 1806
  The Theatrical censor for the ensuing winter, including the theatres of Philadelphia, New-York, Boston and Charleston. : Prospectus of the Theatrical censor and critical miscellany, for 1806-1807. : [One line in French from Boileau] [Philadelphia : John Phillips, 1806] 1806
  The Two brothers: : a dialogue. Hartford: : Printed by Hudson and Goodwin., 1806. 1806
  The Wonderful life and adventures of Robinson Crusoe : embellished with cuts. Newtown [Pa.]: : [Prin]ted by William Coale., [1806?] 1806
  The Wonderful life and adventures of Robinson Crusoe. : Ornamented with cuts. Albany: : Printed and sold by the gros[s] or dozen, by E. and E. Hosford., 1806. 1806
  To His Excellency Samuel Ashe, Esquire, governor of the state of North Carolina. : The board of commissioners under the act, entitled "An act among other things to establish a board for the investigation of frauds suggested to have been committed in the secretary's office," in compliance with the said act, report ... [Knoxville] : (Hood, printer.), [1806] 1806
Rhea, John, 1753-1832. Washington, April 8, 1806. John Rhea, of Tennessee, to his constituents. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1806] 1806
Sewall, Daniel, 1755-1842. Weatherwise's genuine New-England almanac, for the year of our Lord 1807. : Containing besides the calender [sic] pages, a fund of other useful matter. [Portsmouth, N.H.] : Printed [by William Treadwell] for, and sold by Thomas & Whipple, book-sellers, Newburyport., [1806] 1806
United States. Congress (9th, 1st session : 1805-1806). House. Whereas, the injuries which have been suffered and may be suffered by the United States, : from violations committed by Great Britain on their neutral rights and commercial interests ... Resolved, that from and after the [blank] day of [blank] next, all commercial intercourse between the citizens of the United States, and the subjects of the king of Great Britain ... shall be prohibited. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1806] 1806
  Wisdom in miniature, or, The young gentleman and lady's magazine. : Being a collection of sentences, divine and moral. Albany: : Printed and sold by the gross or dozen, by E. and E. Hosford., 1806. 1806
  Wisdom in miniature: or The young lady and gentleman's magazine. : Being a collection of sentences, divine and moral. : [Three lines of quotation] : Embellished with cuts. Philadelphia: : Printed by John Adams., 1806. 1806
  Wisdom in miniature: or, The young gentleman and lady's magazine. : Being a collection of sentences, divine and moral. : Ornamented with engravings. Albany: : Printed by E. and E. Hosford., 1806. 1806
United States. Department of the Treasury. (Circular.) Treasury Department, 22d December, 1807. : Sir, Congress have this day passed an act prohibiting the sailing of ships or vessels from the ports and harbors of the United States to any foreign port or harbor; copy of which is hereto annexed ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1807] 1807
  (Circular.)--Addressed to the reverend the clergy, of all religious denominations, throughout the United States. : Reverend and respected sir! It hath pleased the Supreme Disposer of Human Events, to visit the town of Portsmouth, Newhampshire ... by the desolating judgment of destructive fire; it broke out on the morning of the 24th December, 1806 ... [Portsmouth, N.H. : s.n., 1807] 1807
  [The Life and death of Tom Thumb, the little giant. : Together with some curious anecdotes respecting Grumbo, the great giant, king of the country of eagles. : Ornamented with cuts] [New Haven : From Sidney's Press. New-Haven, 1807] 1807
  A Catechism in verse; : after the plan of that composed by the Assembly of Divines at Westminster, A.D. 1648: Or, A compendium of Christian doctrine, easy to be learned and retained. Norwich [Conn.]: : Printed by Thomas Hubbard & Son., [1807?] 1807
  A Collection of biography and instructive miscellany. : First annual volume, / selected and published by Lorenzo Dow. New-York: : Printed by John C. Totten, no. 155 Chatham-Street., 1807. 1807
  A Concise view of some of the facts and arguments, respecting another bridge, to South Boston. : Respectfully addressed to the citizens of Boston. [Boston : s.n., 1807?] 1807
Selfridge, Thomas O. (Thomas Oliver), -1816. A correct statement of the whole preliminary controversy between Tho. O. Selfridge and Benj. Austin; : also a brief account of the catastrophe in State Street, Boston, on the 4th August, 1806: with some remarks, / by Tho. O. Selfridge. Charlestown [Mass.]: : Printed by Samuel Etheridge, for the author., 1807. 1807
  A Curious discovery. : An account of the remarkable sympathetic power of the Chinese sensitive leaf, invented by Jan Pertista Chaseicto. Philadelphia: : Printed by Hall and Pierie no. 51, Market-Street., [between 1807 and 1815] 1807
  A List of prizes drawn in the Literature Lottery, no. V. : Corrected by the managers and published under their direction. ... New-York: : Printed by Southwick & Hardcastle, Wall -- 2 -- Street., 1807. 1807
Shaw, Thomas, 1753-1838. A mournful song on the death of the wife and child of Mr. Nathaniel Knights, of Windham, : who fell off the bridge at the falls, above Horse Beef Mills, on Presumpscott River, February 22, 1807. / Written by Thomas Shaw. Portland [Me.]. : Printed by J. M'Kown., [1807] 1807
Shaw, Thomas, 1753-1838. A mournful song, on the death of the wife and child of Mr. Nathaniel Knights of Windham, : who fell off the bridge at the falls above Horse-Beef Mills, on Presumpscutt River, February 22, 1807. / Written by Thomas Shaw, of Standish. [Portland, Me. : s.n., 1807] 1807
Shaw, Thomas, 1753-1838. A mournful song, on the death of the wife and child of Mr. Nathaniel Knights, of Windham, : who fell off the bridge at the falls above Horse-Beef Mills, on Presumpscutt River, February 22, 1807. / Written by Thomas Shaw, of Standish. [Portland, Me. : s.n., 1807] 1807
  A Natural history of British birds : with plates. Philadelphia : Published by B.C. Buzby no. 2 No. Third St., 1807. 1807
Stearns, Samuel, 1741-1809. A petition for a contribution for the relief of Doctor Samuel Stearns, a prisoner in jail in Keene. : To the church and congregation in [blank] The petition of Samuel Stearns, most humbly sheweth ... [Brattleborough, Vt. or Keene, N.H. : Printed by William Fessenden or John Prentiss, 1807] 1807
  A Remarkable story. Printed at Dedham [Mass.]:-- : [by Herman Mann], 1807. 1807
  Address of the carriers of Poulson's American daily advertiser, to its patrons, on the commencement of the year 1808. [Philadelphia : Published by Zachariah Poulson, 1807] 1807
  Aitken's collection of Divine music, : consisting of Psalms, hymns, chants & anthems. For one, two, three & four voices. Organ & pianaforte. Philad. : Pub. by John Aitken, [1807] 1807
  Am Tage der ehlichen Verbindung des Herrn William Steimnetz, mit der liebenswürdigen und tugendbegabten Jungfrau Maria Billmeyer, den 21sten Februar, 1807. [Germantown, Pa.] : In namen der Billmeyerischen Druckerey, J.H. St., [1807] 1807
Swann, Thomas. An address to the freeholders of Robertson district. [Nashville : Printed by Thomas Eastin, ca. 1807] 1807
Spring, Samuel, 1746-1819. An address to the members of the Merrimack Humane Society, at their anniversary meeting in Newburyport, Sept. 1, 1807. / By Samuel Spring, A.M. Newburyport [Mass.]: : Edmund M. Blunt, printer., 1807. 1807
  An Elegy, composed on the death of Mr. Joshua Weed, Capt. Matthew Pettengill, and Messrs. Samuel Blanchard, John Foss, Benjamin Cole, and William Hoyt; who were drowned on the 24th of May, 1807, near the Rocks Bridge, in Haverhill, Massachusetts. [Haverhill, Mass.? : s.n., 1807] 1807
Thacher, Peter Oxenbridge, 1776-1843. An oration delivered before the inhabitants of the town of Boston, on the thirty-first anniversary of the independence of the United States of America. / By Peter Thacher. Boston: : Printed by Munroe & Francis, no. 10, Court-Street., 1807. 1807
  Annales philosophiques, politiques et litteraires. : Ouvrage utile aux amateurs de la vʹeritʹe. / Par un habitant de la Louisiane. ; [Two lines from Montagne] ; Numero premeir. A Philadelphie. : [s.n.], M DCCC VII. [1807] 1807
T. & J. Swords (Firm) Books printed and sold by T. &. J. Swords, no. 160 Pearl-Street, New-York. [New York : T. & J. Swords, between 1807 and 1814] 1807
Royal Arch Masons. Trinity Chapter No. 2. (Hopkinton, N.H.) By-laws of Trinity Chapter, : instituted Feb. 16. 1807, and incorporated June 12. 1807. [Concord, N.H.] : From the press of George Hough, Concord, N.H., 1807. 1807
Yale College (1718-1887) Catalogue of the officers and students in Yale College, November, 1807. [New Haven] : O. Steele & Co., printers., [1807] 1807
United States. President (1801-1809 : Jefferson) Chronicle extra. President's message. : Chronicle office, Nov. 2, 1807. Yesterday the president's message arrived at New-Port ... and last night was received in this town by express. ... President's message. To the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States. [Boston : Printed by Adams & Rhoades, 1807] 1807
Stillman, Samuel, 1738-1807. Discourses on various subjects; delivered at different times. / By Samuel Stillman, D.D. Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Boston. Printed at Boston. : [s.n., 1807?] 1807
  Eine Sonderbahre doch wahrhafte Begebenheit, wie man vernommen von einem Menschen der nach dem Tod ist wieder kommen. [Ephrata, Pa.] : Gedruckt und publicirt [bey Johann Baumann] im Jahr da wahre Buss von Nöthen war., MDCCVII. [1807] 1807
  Fables, moral and entertaining. : Illustrated with cuts. Philadelphia: : Published by Jacob Johnson, no. 147, Market Street., 1807. 1807
  Fables. : With instructive applications. : Embellished with cuts. [Boston] : Printed and sold by Hosea Sprague, no. 88 Newbury-Street, Boston,, 1807. 1807
  Gazette marine list, for the new year 1808. : With the carrier's remarks. [New York : Printed by Lang and Turner, 1807] 1807
  Hymn, composed and sung in Sag Harbor, at the celebration of the thirty-first anniversary of American Independence, : July 4th 1807. [Sag Harbor, N.Y. : Printed by Alden Spooner, 1807] 1807
  Hymns on various subjects. [Saco, Me.? : Printed by W. Weeks?, ca. 1807?] 1807
  Lives of eminent men. : Embellished with twenty-two portraits. Philadelphia: : Published by Benjamin Johnson, no. 249, Market Street., 1807. 1807
  Loss of the Portland packet. : Portland, July 14, 1807. On Sunday night last ... the schooner Charles, Capt. Adams, of Portland ... was run on shore ... [Portland, Me. : s.n., 1807] 1807
  Major's only son. [Boston] : Sold [by Joseph Bumstead] at no. 20 1-2 Union Street, Boston, [ca. 1807?] 1807
  March 4th, 1807. Arrangement of the funeral of the Honorable Abraham Baldwin. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1807] 1807
  Margaretta; or, The Intricacies of the heart. : A novel. Philadelphia: : Published by Samuel F. Bradford, no. 4, South Third Street., 1807. 1807
  Memoirs of the life, and travels, in the service of the gospel, of Sarah Stephenson. Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by Kimber, Conrad, & Co. Sold also by Benjamin and Thomas Kite, and James P. Parke., 1807. 1807
Sands, Benjamin. Metamorphosis, or, A transformation of pictures, : with poetical explanations: for the amusement of children. Philadelphia: : Printed for and sold by Solomon Wieatt [sic], no. 368, North Second Street., 1807. 1807
  Neu-Jahrs-Wunsch des Herumträgers des Readinger Adlers, an seine Kunden. [Reading, Pa. : Gedruckt bey Johann Ritter und Comp., 1807] 1807
  New Year's address, presented by the carrier, to the patrons of the Repertory. [Boston : Published by John Park, 1807] 1807
  News-boy's address. : To the patrons of the Middlesex gazette. [Middletown, Conn. : Printed by T. & J.B. Dunning, 1807] 1807
  Odes for the 4th of July--1807. [Massachusetts : s.n., 1807] 1807
  Odes; to be sung on the anniversary of the Associated Mechanics and Manufacturers of the State of New-Hampshire. : --October 1, 1807. [Portsmouth, N.H. : s.n., 1807] 1807
  Pleasing tracts selected for the benefit of youth. [Boston] : Sold by Lincoln & Edmands, No. 53, Cornhill, Boston. Price--2 1-4 dols. a hundred--4 cts. single., [1807?] 1807
Remich, James Kinsman, 1783-1863. Proposals. : James K. Remich, proposes to publish in the town of Haverhill, Massachusetts, a weekly newspaper, entitled the Haverhill gazette. [Haverhill, Mass. : Printed by James K. Remich, 1807] 1807
  Public vendue. : Will be sold at public vendue, on Tuesday the 30th of June, instant, at two o'clock afternoon on the premises--the place in Northwood, formerly improved as a tavern by Jonathan Payson, Esq. ... situated on the turnpike road about half way between Portsmouth and Concord ... [Portsmouth, N.H.? : s.n., 1807] 1807
  Remarks on the rise of the Associate Church, and on the standards which set forth her principles. : Designed to answer some inquiries, concerning that society. Whitehall [Pa.]: : Printed by Abel Dickinson, for the author., June 27, 1807. 1807
  Rev. Mr. Alden's academy at Portsmouth for masters and misses. [Portsmouth, N.H. : s.n., 1807] 1807
  Sacred music : being a collection of anthems in score selected from European and American publications, suitable for singing societies, and private families. / Arranged for the organ or piano forte by Peter Erben, organist of St. Georges Chapel. New York. : Sold at the music stores., [Between 1807 and 1813] 1807
  Secretary's office, February 7, 1807. : A correct abstract of all the statements which have been made according to law by the incorporated banks in this commonwealth, from 1803 to January, 1807, agreeably to the order of the honorable legislature. Attest, Jonathan L. Austin, sec'ry. [Boston : s.n., 1807] 1807
Wilkinson, Rebecca. Sermons to children; : to which are added, short hymns, suited to the subjects. / By a lady. Springfield [Mass.]: : Printed by Henry Brewer., Jan. 1807. 1807
Sister in the church. Some poetical lines, in memory of Mrs. Betty Smith, : wife of Dr. William Smith of Gilmanton [N.H.], who departed this life, December 5th. 1807--In the 64th. year of her age. / Written by a sister in the church. [Meredith, N.H.? : Printed by Dudley Leavitt?, 1807] 1807
  The Carrier of the Guardian presents its patrons with the following hasty and imperfect "effusion from the muse," : accompanied by an ardent prayer for their happiness....the happiness of America, and of the universe....that the horrors of war may be averted from our land, and that peace, with the commencement of a New-Year, may not be interrupted till "time shall be no more." [Albany : Printed by Van Benthuysen & Wood, 1807] 1807
  The Complete American letter-writer, and best companion for the young man of business. : Containing letters on trade and merchandise, expressly calculated for the youth of the United States. : Also, several forms of precedents used in the transaction of business in America. : To which are added, familiar letters on interesting subjects. New-York: : Published by Richard Scott, and sold at his book-store, no. 243 Pearl-Street. M'Farlane and Long, printers., 1807. 1807
  The Confession. : A short spiritual and evangelical poem. (Inclosed in a letter from an Episcopal minister to his friend.) Boston, : reprinted: by John Fletcher, for Ephraim Lawrence of Pepperrell, [between 1807 and 1809?]. 1807
  The English and American stage. : Volume [blank]. Contains [blank]. New-York: : Published by D. Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare Gallery., 1807. 1807
  The History of Mary Wood. [Philadelphia] : Published by B. Johnson no. 247 Market Street. Philadelphia., [1807] 1807
Rigg, Edward. The new American Latin grammar: or, A complete introduction to the Latin tongue. : Formed from the most approved writings in this kind by the late presidents Burr, Finley, and others: : and now carefully revised and reformed by a great variety of amendments, corrections, and useful remarks, most of which are entirely new, with the definitions of all the grammatical terms, in their proper places. : The whole rendered much more useful than any of the kind yet published. / By Edward Rigg, late teacher of a grammar school in the City of New-York. New-York: : Printed for Peter A. Mesier, no. 107, Pearl-Street. I. Oram, printer., 1807. 1807
  The New instructive history of Miss Patty Proud; or, The downfal [sic] of vanity. : Adorned with cuts. Otsego [N.Y.], : Printed by H. & E. Phinney, Jun., 1807. 1807
  The New instructive history of Miss Patty Proud; or, The downfall of vanity. : With the reward of good nature. : Adorned with cuts. : For the amusement and instruction of youth. : [Two lines of verse] [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, New-Haven., 1807. 1807
  The News-boy's address to his customers. [New Haven, Conn. : Printed by Oliver Steele & Co., 1807] 1807
  The Town and country almanac, for the year of our Lord 1808. ... : Calculated for the meridians of Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee. ... Baltimore: : Printed for Abner Neal, Water St. head of Cheapside, and Samuel Butler, corner of Market and Charles streets, by Joseph Robinson, 4, N. Charles-Street., [1807] 1807
  The United States primer, improved, and adapted to the comprehension and instruction of children. Otsego [N.Y.], Printed by H. & E. Phinney, Jun. and sold by them wholesale and retail., 1807. 1807
  The Young child's A B C, or First book. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, New-Haven., 1807. 1807
  Theatre. : On Wednesday evening, August 5, will be presented (for that night only) Shakespeare's celebrated Tragedy of Hamlet: Prince of Denmark. ... : To which will be added, the comic farce of The wrangling lovers: or, Like master, like man. ... [Providence : s.n., 1807] 1807
  To the esteemed patrons of the Eastern Argus, : the petition of their humble servant, the carrier, respectfully sheweth ... [Portland, Me. : Printed by Nathaniel Willis, 1807] 1807
United States Insurance Company (Philadelphia, Pa.) To the Honourable the members of the Senate and House of Representatives. : Gentlemen, A bill for the purpose of incorporating "The United States Insurance Company," lately established in Philadelphia, having passed the Honourable Senate, is now before the Honourable House of Representatives, for their concurrence ... [Lancaster, Pa.] : Printed by W. Hamilton., [1807] 1807
Wilson, Alexander, 1766-1813. To the lovers of natural history. A new and superb work--being the first of the kind ever published in America. : Proposals for publishing by subscription, by Samuel F. Bradford, Philadelphia, in imperial quarto, American ornithology, or, The natural history of the birds of the United States ... By Alexander Wilson. [Philadelphia : Samuel F. Bradford, 1807] 1807
Selfridge, Thomas O. (Thomas Oliver), -1816. Trial of Thomas O. Selfridge, counseller at law, : before the Hon. Isaac Parker, Esquire. For killing Charles Austin, on the Public Exchange, in Boston, August 4th, 1806. / Taken in short hand, by T. Lloyd, Esq. reporter of the debates of Congress, and Geo. Caines, Esq. late reporter to the state of New-York, And sanctioned by the court, and reporter to the state. ; Copy-right secured. Boston : Published by Russell and Cutler, Belcher and Armstrong, and Oliver and Munroe. Sold by them, by Wm. Blagrove, no. 5, School-Street, and by the principal booksellers throughout the Union. (Retail price one dollar in boards.), [1807?] 1807
Rhea, John, 1753-1832. Washington, February 9, 1807. John Rhea, of Tennessee, to his constituents and fellow citizens. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1807] 1807
Whistle, Will. Will Whistle's history of birds. Part first. : [Four lines of verse] Philadelphia: : Printed by John Adams., 1806 [i.e., 1807]. 1807
Whistle, Will. Will Whistle's history of the birds in the air. : [Four lines of verse] [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, New-Haven., 1807. 1807
United States. President (1801-1809 : Jefferson) (A true copy.) The United States of America. To all to whom these letters patent shall come: : Whereas Elihu Hotchkiss ... hath alleged that he has invented a new and useful improvement in machines for cutting straw ... Given under my hand, at the city of Washington, this second day of August ... one thousand eight hundred and eight ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1808] 1808
Shepherd, Charles, 1780-1821. (Circular.) Northampton, November 19, 1808. : Sir, A new paper is about to be established in this town, entitled Anti-monarchist, and Republican watchman. ... [Northampton, Mass. : Printed by C. Sawtell?, 1808] 1808
United States. Department of the Treasury. (Circular.) Treasury Department, April 26th, 1808. : Sir, An act, in addition to the several embargo laws, passed yesterday. A copy will be transmitted as soon as it shall have been printed; but your immediate attention is requested to the following provisions. ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1808] 1808
United States. Department of the Treasury. (Circular.) Treasury Department, February 11th, 1808. : Sir, Coasting vessels whose employment has uniformly been, and continues to be confined to rivers, bays and sounds ... and the owners whereof shall have given the general bond ... need not clear and enter in those cases where, by existing laws, they were not bound so to do. ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1808] 1808
United States. Department of the Treasury. (Circular.) Treasury Department, January 23d, 1808. : Sir, The bonds, contemplated by the second section of the supplementary embargo act, were intended to be general. ... I now enclose three new forms marked (C), (D), (E), which must be respectively used instead of those ... transmitted in the said circular of the 14th instant. ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1808] 1808
United States. Department of the Treasury. (Circular.) Treasury Department, November 15, 1808. : Sir, Information has been received that a number of vessels are already laden or taking in cargoes in several ports, generally with the avowed intention to be in a state of readiness to proceed to foreign ports, if the embargo should be taken off, but in many cases with a design to depart at all events. ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1808] 1808
United States. President (1801-1809 : Jefferson) (Copy.) To the governors of Orleans, Georgia, S. Carolina, Massachusetts, and N. Hampshire. : Washington, May 6, 08. Sir, The evasions of the preceding embargo laws went so far towards defeating their objects ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1808] 1808
  [Simon Snyd]er's honesty! : To an impartial public the following documents are submitted by an American. [Pennsylvania : s.n., 1808] 1808
  A Choice selection of hymns and spiritual songs, : designed for the use of the pious. : [Two lines from Isaiah] Philadelphia: : Printed for and sold by S. Wieat [i.e., Solomon Wiatt], no. 368, N. Second-Street., 1808. 1808
Virginia. A collection of all such acts of the General Assembly of Virginia of a public and permanent nature as have passed since the session of 1801: : to which are added appendices, containing a compilation of the several laws for the establishment of the James River, Potowmac, Appomattox, and Dismal Swamp Canal Companies, laws concerning the Northern Neck, titles of acts authorising the establishment of turnpike roads, and the erection of toll bridges, a compilation of the several acts concerning the Mutual Assurance Society Against Fire on Buildings, acts and resolutions of a general nature, which were omitted in the revisals of 1794, and 1803, laws concerning waste and unappropriated lands on the eastern and western waters, laws establishing ferries, laws concerning the public guard, title of private and local acts,--and a table of fines, forfeitures, penalties, and amercements; designating such as are to the use of the commonwealth; such as go towards lessening the county levy; such as belong to individuals; and such as are appropriated to any particular object. : With a complete index to the whole. : Vol. II. : Published pursuant to an act of the General Assembly of Virginia, passed the seventh day of January, one thousand eight hundred and seven. Richmond: : Printed by Samuel Pleasants, Junior, printer to the commonwealth., 1808. 1808
Walker, John, 1732-1807. A critical pronouncing dictionary, and expositor of the English language: : in which not only the meaning of every word is explained, and the sound of every syllable distinctly shown, but, where words are subject to different pronunciations, the reasons for each are duly considered, and the best pronunciation is selected. : To which is prefixed an abstract of the principles of English pronunciation, and directions to foreigners, for acquiring a knowledge of the use of this dictionary. / By John Walker, author of Elements of elocution, Rhyming dictionary, &c. &c. ; Abridged for the use of schools by a citizen of Philadelphia. Philadelphia: : Printed for Johnson & Warner, no. 147, High Street, and Thomas and William Bradford, no. 8, South Front Street., [1808?] 1808
  A Key to the revelations, or An exposition of the prophecies, according to Lowman and Faber. [Bennington, Vt.] : A. Haswell, printer, Bennington, Vermont., [between 1808 and 1816] 1808
Shaw, Thomas, 1753-1838. A melancholy song, : on the death of five men who were drowned at the entrance of Portland Harbor (off which they had been fishing) in a gale of wind on the 20th or 21st of September, 1808.* / Composed by Thomas Shaw, of Standish. [Portland, Me. : s.n., 1808] 1808
  A New & elegant set of alphabetical copy lines. : Round text. [Philadelphia] : Published by Johnson & Warner., [between 1808 and 1815] 1808
  A Night vision, : seen in Lancaster County, the evening of the 27th, 5mo. 1808. [Pennsylvania : s.n., 1808] 1808
  A Poem, on the experience of a young man, : while he had charge of a school, of 25 students, of whom 11 experienced religion on the 3d of May, 1808. [Wiscasset, Me.? : s.n., 1808] 1808
  A Short catechism, : particularly designed for the instruction of the children, of the Beneficent Congregational Church of Christ, in Providence. : [Five lines of Scripture texts] Providence : Printed and sold by David Heaton, Main Street,., 1808. 1808
Smith, Samuel, 1752-1839. A speech, delivered in the Senate of the United States, on the subject of the embargo, November 28, 1808. / By Mr. Smith, of Maryland. [United States : s.n., 1808] 1808
United States. Congress (10th, 2nd session : 1808-1809). House. A supplemental journal of such proceedings as, during the time they were depending, were ordered to be kept secret, : and respecting which the injunction of secrecy was afterwards removed by order of the House. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1808] 1808
United States. Congress (10th, 1st session : 1807-1808). House. A supplemental journal of such proceedings of the first session of the Tenth Congress, as, during the time they were depending, were ordered to be kept secret, and respecting which the injunction of secrecy was afterwards taken off by order of the House. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1808] 1808
United States. Acts of Congress, accompanying the circular letter of the Comptroller of the Treasury, of May 5, 1808. Washington [D.C.]: : Printed by R.C. Weightman., 1808. 1808
Union Circulating Library (Boston, Mass.) Additional catalogue of the Union Circulating Library no. 61 Cornhill; removed from no. 5 School Street. ... Boston: : Printed by Snelling and Simons, no. 5, Exchange-Buildings, Devonshire Street., 1808. 1808
  Address of the carrier of the Repertory, to his patrons. [Boston : Published by John Park, 1808] 1808
Republican Party (Pa. : 1792-1828) Address of the Democratic Republican Committee of Berks County, to their fellow citizens on the governmental election of 1808. Philadelphia: : Printed at the Office of the Democratic Press., 1808. 1808
  Aitken's fountain of music. : For the flute clarinet & violin. Philadelphia. : Published. and engrav'd, by John Aitken, and sold at his musical, repository North, 2d Street no. 76 containing an agreeable, variety of the most celebrated air's, song's, duett's, dance's, hornpipe's, reel's, marches, minuett's, &c, &c,, 1808
United States. An act in addition to the act, entitled "An act supplementary to the act entitled "An act laying an embargo on all ships and vessels in the ports and harbors of the United States." [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1808] 1808
  An Address of the pastors of the churches in the Western District of the County of New-Haven, to the churches and congregations under their pastoral care, on the subjects of prayer and family religion. : (This address we deem equally useful and important to churches and congregations in general.) [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, New-Haven. Printed for the Connecticut Religious Tract Society, and deposited for sale, at the book-store of I. Cooke, & Co. Price $2 50 cents per hund., [1808?] 1808
  An Adventure in Vermont; or, The story of Mr. Anderson. Boston: : Printed and sold by Lincoln & Edmands, no. 53, Cornhill. Price, 8 cts. single--75cts. a dozen--5 dols. a hundred. Of whom may be had a great variety of cheap evangelical tracts. Those who purchase for distribution will find their orders answered 1808
  An die freyen Erwähler von York Caunty. [York, Pa.? : s.n., 1808] 1808
  An die freyen, und besonders die in York Caunty wohnenden demokratischgesinnten Republikaner. [York, Pa.? : s.n., 1808] 1808
  An Extraordinary adventure, of a Spanish soldier. : To which is added, the story of M. Cazotte. : With other stories, anecdotes, &c. Otsego [N.Y.], : Printed by H. & E. Phinney, Jun., 1808. 1808
  An Ode, composed by a member of the Literary Society of Sag-Harbor, : and sung at the celebration of their 1st anniversary--Feb. 9, 1808. : (Tune, Extollation.) [Sag Harbor, N.Y. : Printed by Alden Spooner, 1808] 1808
Satterlee, Samuel. An oration delivered in lodge-room no. 70. in Ulster, Lycoming County, on the anniversary of the festival of St. John the Evangelist, 1808. / By Samuel Satterlee, Esq. member of the said lodge. ; Published at the request of the lodge. Williamsport, Pennsylvania: : Printed by W. Brindle., 1808. 1808
  Argus-office, January 1, 1809. : Address, from the carrier of the Eastern Argus to its generous patrons. [Portland, Me. : Printed by Francis Douglas, 1808] 1808
  Attention! Berrian for collector. : Charter-election song. [New York : s.n., 1808?] 1808
  Bauern, sehet [...] : Americaner, lasst nicht eine einzige Stimme verloren gehen......Eure Constitution steht auf dem Spiel. Wachsamkeit allein kan euch eure Rechte bewahren. Seyd auf euren Posten......Eure Feinde suchen eure Zerstörung. Eilt daher zur Wahl; rettet euer Vaterland!! [Pennsylvania : s.n., 1808] 1808
  Beers' almanack, for the year of our Lord 1809 ... / Calculated for lat. 41° 30' N. Long. 73° 30' W. But may serve for either of the towns in Connecticut, or the adjacent states, without any essential difference. ... By Andrew Beers, philom. New-Haven (Conn.) : Printed and sold by Oliver Steele and Co. (State-Street.), [1808] 1808
  Bey Einweihung der Deutsch Evangelisch-Lutherischen Zions-Kirche in Baltimore auf den 9ten October, 1808. [Baltimore] : Warner und Hanna, Buch-Drucker, Baltimore., 1808. 1808
Spence, William, 1783-1860. Britain independent of commerce; or, Proofs deduced from an investigation into the true causes of the wealth of nations, : that our riches, prosperity, and power, are derived from sources inherent in ourselves, and would not be affected, even though our commerce were annihilated. / By William Spence, F.L.S. Philadelphia: : Printed by Robert Carr, for Bradford & Inskeep, no. 4 South Third Street., 1808. 1808
  By permission of the gentlemen the Board of Health. : The real whale, which lately run on shore in Salem Harbour ... is now to be seen at the bottom of Peck-Lane, near the glass-house, Essex-Street, Boston ... [Boston] : Printed at the Columbian Museum [by Benjamin True, 1808] 1808
Rowson, Mrs., 1762-1824. Charlotte Temple, : a tale of truth. / By Mrs. Rowson, late of the New Theatre, Philadelphia; author of Victoria, The inquisitor, Fille de chambre, etc. ; [Seven lines of quotations] New-Haven: : Published by Bronson, Walter and Co., 1808. 1808
  Circular. Providence, August 24, 1808. : Sir, The well known Republican character of this state rendering desperate the opposition to the election of Messrs. Russell & Wilbour ... [Providence] : Jones & Wheeler printers., [1808] 1808
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Divine songs; for children, attempted in easy language. / By I. Watts, D.D. ; Ornamented with cuts. ; [Two lines from Matthew] [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, New-Haven., 1808. 1808
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Dr. Watts' First and second catechisms for children. : Adapted to the smallest capacities. [Boston] : Printed & sold by Lincoln & Edmands, no. 53 Cornhill., [between 1808 and 1823?] 1808
  Embargo or no embargo. [Baltimore? : s.n., 1808?] 1808
  Ethical travels: with Christian experience. New-England: : Printed., [1808 or 1809] 1808
  Georgetown, September [blank] 1808. : The friends of the Washington Federalist, having determined at this momentous crisis, to make it as useful as possible to the cause it was erected to support, have lately transferred the establishment to its present editor Mr. Findlay, and have directed us, who are nominated a committee, to confer with the gentlemen who are similarly occupied ... [Georgetown, D.C. : Printed by Jonathan S. Findlay, 1808] 1808
  Henrich Jacobs. wurde confirmiret in Pennsylvanien, Cumberland Caunty und in der Gemeine zu Carlisle, durch den Evan. Lutherischen Prediger Namens Friedrich Sanno, den 20sten November A.D. 1808. [Carlisle, Pa.] : Gedruckt bey Friedrich Sanno., [1808] 1808
  Hymns for public worship. Part II. : For the use of the Church in Brattle Street. Boston: : Published by Andrews and Cummings. Greenough and Stebbins, printers., 1808. 1808
  Hymns, set forth in General Convention, 1808; in addition to those in the Book of common prayer. [United States : s.n., 1808?] 1808
  Important news. Democrat office, Boston, Monday, 12 o'clock, February 1st, 1808. : ... War with Algiers. ... [Boston : Printed by Benjamin True, 1808] 1808
Snyder, Simon, 1759-1819. Inaugural address of His Excellency Simon Snyder, governor of Pennsylvania. [Lancaster, Pa.] : Benjamin Grimler, printer., [1808] 1808
  Johnson's almanac, for the year 1809. ... / Calculated by Joshua Sharp. ; [Four lines of verse] [Philadelphia] : Sold by Johnson and Warner, no. 147, Market Street, Philadelphia. Printed by John Bouvier., [1808] 1808
  Little Charles, or, The good son. And Clara and Amelia. New-York; : Published by L.B. Jansen and G. Jansen., 1808. 1808
  Lucretia; or The triumph of virtue. New-York: : Published by L.B. Jansen, & G. Jansen., 1808. 1808
  Message from the president of the United States, transmitting copies of all acts, decrees, orders, and proclamations, affecting the commercial rights of neutral nations, issued since 1791: : in pursuance of a resolution of the House, of the eleventh ultimo. : December 23, 1808. Read, and ordered to lie on the table. City of Washington [D.C.]: : A. & G. Way--printers., 1808. 1808
Sabbatarian General Conference. Minutes of the Sabbatarian General Conference, held at Cohansey, New-Jersey, September 10, 11, and 12, 1807. : With their circular letter. Stonington, (Con.) : [s.n.], Printed, 1808. 1808
  Musical catechism: : in three parts. : For the use of schools and private families. Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by D. Hogan, no. 51, South Third-Street., 1808. 1808
  National honor, and permanent peace--or A glorious struggle for independence. : Republicans of Boston! Attend to your duty [Boston : Printed by Adams & Rhoades, 1808] 1808
  Necessary rules and tables in arithmetic, : as directed by the School Committee of the town of Boston to be used in the public schools in that place. Boston: : Printed for J.W. Burditt & Co. at Franklin's Head, Court-Street; with the privilege of copy right., [between 1808 and 1813] 1808
  New German text copies, for the use of schools[.] Newburyport [Mass.]. : Published by Hooker & Fairman, 1808. 1808
  New Theatre. : The public is respectfully informed, that Mr. Cooper performs but five nights, the present evening included. On Monday evening, December 5th, 1808, will be presented ... Adelgitha; or, The fruits of a single error. ... To which will be added, the favorite farce of, The wedding day. ... [New York : s.n., 1808] 1808
  New Year's verses by the carrier of the Connecticut gazette: : addressed to his patrons. [New London, Conn. : Printed by Samuel Green, 1808] 1808
  New-England palladium. : The humble memorial of the carriers to their respected patrons. [Boston : Printed by Young and Minns, 1808] 1808
  On the military constitution of nations. [United States : s.n., 1808] 1808
  Order of performance at the interment of the Rev. Dr. West. [Boston] : Oliver & Munroe, printers, no. 78, State-Street., [1808] 1808
  Order of performance, at the ordination of the Rev. Mr. Codman. [Boston] : Belcher and Armstrong, printers., [1808] 1808
  Order of the day, for celebrating the Fourth of July, 1808, at Roxbury [Mass.]. [Boston? : s.n., 1808] 1808
  Patriotism. : From a very able and spirited address to the electors of New-Jersey, the following extracts are made.--Speaking the language of truth, and inculcating lessons of political morality, they may be viewed as an earnest disinterested appeal to the people of the U. States. [Philadelphia? : s.n., 1808] 1808
  Pleasing tracts selected for the benefit of youth. Boston: : Printed by Timothy Fletcher, in Cambridge-Street,, 1808. 1808
Republican of Massachusetts. Political review. / By a Republican of Massachusetts. [Hallowell, Me.] : N. Cheever, printer., [1808] 1808
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Psalms carefully suited to the Christian worship in the United States of America: : being an improvement of the old versions of the Psalms of David. ; [Two lines of Scripture text] New-York: : Printed and sold (wholesale) at 156 Pearl-Street, by D. & G. Bruce., 1808. 1808
  Sacred music in two, three, and four parts, : selected from European & American publications of the highest repute, adapted to the various measures and version of David's psalms in use in the Protestant Episcopal Church, of the United States : Suitable for singing societies and schools, and arranged for performers on the piano forte : Most repectfully dedicated, to the Right Reverend the Bishop, and the reverend the clergy, of the said church, in the state of New York. / By Peter Erben organist of St. Georges Chapel. New York. : Publish'd & sold at all the music stores., [1808] 1808
Yale College (1718-1887) Scheme of the exercises at the public commencement, Yale-College, September 14, 1808. [New Haven : s.n., 1808] 1808
  Specimens of modern & approved forms, used in transacting business: / written by pupils at Dean's Writing Academy, City Library, New-York. [New York : s.n., 1808] 1808
  Stanzas for the funeral of the Honourable Fisher Ames, : who died on the morning of the anniversary of American Independence, 4th. of July, 1808. [Boston] : Belcher & Armstrong, printers., [1808] 1808
  State of New-Hampshire, July 4, 1808. : Sir, Impressed with a sense of dangers to which our country is exposed, the Republicans of the legislature when at Concord, assembled to deliberate on the momentous subject. ... : Under these impressions the members of the convention were induced to recommend a list of candidates for representatives to Congress ... [Concord, N.H. : s.n., 1808] 1808
  The [New Year's] address to all the [patrons of the] Newburyport [herald.] [Newburyport, Mass. : Published by E.W. Allen, 1808] 1808
  The Columbian almanac, for the year of our Lord 1809 ... : Calculated for tne meridian of Philadelphia. ... New-Brunswick, New-Jersey, : Published by Robert Eastburn & Wm. Elliot., [1808] 1808
  The Complete fortune-teller: or An infallible guide to the hidden decrees of fate. : Being a new and regular system for foretelling future events, by astrology, physiognomy, palmistry, moles, cards, dreams. Otsego [N.Y.]: : Printed by H. & E. Phinney, Jun, and sold by them wholesale & retail., 1808. 1808
Republican. The Constitution. : Fellow-citizens of New-Hampshire: At an awful crisis, at a momentous period of our political existence, we address you. ... [New Hampshire : s.n., 1808] 1808
  The Embargo, : a new song--tune "Yankee Doodle." [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., ca. 1808] 1808
Somerville, Elizabeth, 1774- The history of little Phoebe, the reclaimed child. And The old woman's story. New-York: : Published by George Jansen, 116 Broadway, and Lewis B. Jansen, opposite the new City-Hall, 253 Broadway., 1808. 1808
  The Hon. Mr. Livermore's statement: and proceedings of the meeting at Ipswich. [Salem, Mass. : Printed by Thomas C. Cushing, 1808] 1808
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. The improvement of the mind, : in two parts. : Also, A discourse on the education of youth, and Remnants of time, employed in prose and verse. / By Isaac Watts, D.D. Bennington [Vt.], : Printed by Anthony Haswell., 1808. 1808
Steuben, Friedrich Wilhelm Ludolf Gerhard Augustin, Baron von, 1730-1794. The manual exercise. / By Baron de Stuben [i.e., Steuben]. Charlestown [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by S. Etheridge., 1808. 1808
  The New year. [Hartford : Printed by Elisha Babcock, 1808] 1808
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. The poems of William Shakspeare. : Comprehending Venus and Adonis, Tarquin and Lucrece, and poems on several occasions. Boston: : Published and sold by Munroe, Francis, & Parker, at the Shakspeare Bookstore, no. 4 Cornhill., 1808. 1808
Second Spira or The blasphemers justly reproved. The second Spira: or The blaspaemers [sic] justly reproved. : To which is added, a sermon which was preached on that occa-sion. [Montpelier, Vt.] : From Parks' Press. Montpelier, Vt., 1808. 1808
  The Triumphant Christian: or Last experiences and dying words of a private gentleman. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, New-Haven. Printed for the Connecticut Religious Tract Society, and deposited for sale, at the book-store of I. Cooke, & Co. Price $2 50 cents per hund., [1808?] 1808
Washington, George, 1732-1799. The warning voice of that great and good man, who was first in war--first in peace--and first in the hearts of his countrymen. : Farewell address of General George Washington, to the people of the United States, declining a third election to the presidency, in 1796. Canandaigua [N.Y.]: : Printed at the Repository Office, by James D. Bemis., 1808. 1808
  The Warning voice. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, New-Haven. Printed for the Connecticut Religious Tract Society, and deposited for sale, at first cost and charges, at the bookstore of I. Cooke, & Co., [1808] 1808
Vivian, Thomas, approximately 1722-1793. Three dialogues between a minister and one of his parishioners, : on the true principles of religion, and salvation by Jesus Christ. / By the Rev. Thomas Vivian, A.B. late Vivar [sic] of Cornwood, Devon. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, New-Haven. Printed for the Connecticut Religious Tract Society, and deposited for sale, at first cost and charges, at the book-store of I. Cooke, & Co., [1808?] 1808
  To the electors of Essex South District. [Massachusetts : s.n., 1808] 1808
  Town meeting. : To the inhabitants of the town of Salem. [Salem, Mass. : s.n., 1808] 1808
Vermont Religious Tract Society. Vermont Religious Tract Society. : Viewing the dispersion of cheap religious tracts one of the most effectual methods of disseminating evangelical truth ... [Middlebury, Vt.? : Printed by J.D. Huntington?, 1808] 1808
Rhea, John, 1753-1832. Washington, March 15, 1808. John Rhea, of Tennessee, to his constituents. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1808] 1808
Smith, Samuel Harrison, 1772-1845. Washington, October 15, 1808. Sir, I take the liberty of forwarding you by the same mail with this letter a copy of the National intelligencer ... [Washington, D.C. : Samuel H. Smith, 1808] 1808
Republican Party (Mass. : 1792-1828) Worcester, [blank] : Sir, The undersigned having the honor of being constituted a county committee, at a meeting of their Republican brethren, take great satisfaction in the opportunity of addressing you on subjects of political and national importance. ... [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1808] 1808
  [Hutchins' revived almanac, for the year of our Lord, 1810 ...] [New York : Smith and Forman, 1809] 1809
  [Maps reissued from Guthrie's New geographical, historical, and commercial grammar.] [Philadelphia? : Johnson & Warner?, 1809?] 1809
Sands, Benjamin. [Metamorphosis; or, A transformation of pictures, : with poetical explanations, for the amusement of young persons.] [Philadelphia? : Joseph Rakestraw?, between 1809 and 1824?] 1809
  A Catalogue of books, in W. Barlas' [i.e., Barlass'] circulating library, no. 6 Liberty-Street. New-York. : [s.n.], 1809. 1809
Simpson, David, 1745-1799. A plea for religion and the sacred writings: : addressed to the disciples of Thomas Paine, and to wavering Christians of every denomination. / By the late Rev. David Simpson, M.A. ; [One line of Scripture text] ; To which is prefixed, some account of the life and death of the author. Philadelphia: : Published by William M'Culloch, no. 306, Market Street., 1809. 1809
Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768. A sentimental journey through France and Italy. / By Mr. Yorick. Philadelphia: : Published by Mathew Carey., [1809 or 1810?] 1809
Wesley, John, 1703-1791. A sermon on the duty of constant communion. / By John Wesley, A.M. [Boston] : Samuel Avery, printer, Boston., [between 1809 and 1818] 1809
  A True abstract of the statements of the several banks in the commonwealth of Massachusetts, : rendered in June 1809..... : Printed by order of the legislature, of the 17th of June instant. Attest......William Tudor, secretary of the commonwealth. [Boston : s.n., 1809] 1809
  A Useful primer. : Containing, an alphabet and a variety of spellings for children. : Also, Watts' Divine songs, and his Shorter catechism. [United States?] : Printed for the booksellers, 1809. Price eight cents single., [1809] 1809
  Adam und Eva. [Chambersburg, Pa.] : J. Herschberger, Drucker Chämbersburg., [between 1809 and 1813] 1809
  An Abstract, of the statement of the several banks in the commonwealth of Massachusetts, : as rendered into the secretary's office, by semi-annual returns, for June 1808, and January 1809. Attest--William Tudor, secretary of the commonwealth. [Boston] : Printed by order of the legislature., [1809] 1809
Watson, Richard, 1737-1816. An address to young persons. / By Richard Watson, Lord Bishop of Landaff. Boston: : Published by Edward Oliver, no. 70 State-Street., [ between 1809 and 1812?] 1809
  An Historical sketch of the practice of the Apostles and primitive fathers of the Christian church with respect to infant baptism; : being an abridgment of Doctor Wall's History. Charleston, (S.C.) : Printed by J. Hoff, no. 6, Broad-Street., 1809. 1809
  At a meeting of the Federalists in the Legislature of this state, : on Thursday evening, the 23d of March, 1809, the following address to their fellow citizens was unanimously adopted as expressive of their sense of the present critical and important crisis of their national affairs. [Albany : s.n., 1809] 1809
  Auf Ostern. : 1809. [Philadelphia] : (Gedruckt bey J. Geyer.), [1809] 1809
  Authentic and interesting memoirs of Mrs. Clarke, : from her infancy to the present time. : Likewise, a faithful account of Mr. Wardle's charges relative to His Royal Highness the Duke of York: : together with a summary of the evidence, as taken in the House of Commons. : From authentic documents. Hudson [N.Y.]: : Published by William E. Norman, no. 2, Warren-Street., 1809. Price 25 cents. 1809
United States. President (1809-1817 : Madison) By the virtue, firmness and patriotism of Jefferson & Madison, : our difficulties with England are settled--our ships have been preserved, and our seamen will, hereafter, be respected while sailing under our national flag. : New-York, Saturday morning, April 22, 1809. Important. By the president of the United States.--A proclamation. ... Given under my hand and the seal of the United States, at Washington, the nineteenth day of April ... one thousand eight hundred and nine ... [New York] : Southwick & Pelsue, printers., [1809] 1809
Wells Social Library. Catalogue of books, in the Wells Social Library. (Established at Kennebunk.) [Kennebunk, Me. : Printed by J.K. Remich, not before 1809] 1809
Yale College (1718-1887) Catalogue of the officers and students in Yale-College, November, 1809. [New Haven : s.n., 1809] 1809
United States. Circuit Court (3rd Circuit) Circuit Court of the United States. April sessions, 1809. : Special jury. [Philadelphia] : P. Stewart, printer, no. 35, Strawberry-Street., [1809] 1809
United States. Comptroller of the Treasury. Circular to collectors. Treasury Department, Comptroller's Office, Jan. 24, 1809. : Sir, You will herewith receive an act of Congress, entitled, "An act supplemental to an act, entitled "An act for extending the terms of credit on revenue bonds in certain cases, and for other purposes," to which your attention is particularly requested. ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1809] 1809
United States. President (1809-1817 : Madison) Congressional affairs. : (Through the politeness of Benjamin Adams, Esq. of Uxbridge, we have been favored with an extra Providence paper, containing the president's message, which we are enabled to lay before our readers a week earlier than if we had waited for its arrival by the regular course of the mail.) : President's message, communicated to Congress by Mr. Graham, Wednesday, November 29, 1809. [Worcester, Mass. : Printed by Isaac Sturtevant, 1809] 1809
Society of American Republicans. Constitution of the Society of American Republicans. Philadelphia: : Printed by Thomas T. Stiles., 1809. 1809
  Democracy in despair. : The managers of the Pittsfield sun have this week published, in an extra sheet, what is said to be a letter from Mr. Adams, late president of the United States, to Messrs. Daniel Wright and Erastus Lyman, two obscure Democrats living in Northampton. ... It will astonish the reader, that the Democrats should have had the folly to publish this letter, with a view to promote the election of Mr. Lincoln. ... [Pittsfield, Mass. : Printed by Milo Smith & Co., 1809] 1809
  Ein Vortrefliches Kräuter-Buch für Haus-Väter und Mütter, : nebst etlichen auserlesenen Recepten. : Wie auch eine Anweisung zur Färbe-Kunst, blau, roth, gelb, etc. etc. zu färben. Hannover, in Pennsylvanien; : Gedruckt bey Starck und Lange., 1809. 1809
United States. Extract from the act of Congress, passed the 28th day of Febuary [sic] 1803, : entitled, "An act supplementary to the act concerning consuls and vice-consuls, and for the further protection of American seamen." [Newport, R.I. : Printed by Rousmaniere & Barber, or by W. & J.H. Barber, between 1809 and 1820] 1809
Reformed Protestant Dutch Church (U.S.). General Synod (1809 : New York, N.Y.) Extracts from the minutes of the General Synod of the Reformed Dutch Church in North America. : Convened in the city of New-York, the 6th and following days of June, 1809. New-York: : Printed fot the Synod, by George Forman, no. 178, Greenwich-Street., 1809. 1809
  Fairburn's laughable songster, and fashionable quizzer. : Forming an extensive and curious assemblage of laughable, quizzical, original, descriptive, characteristic, droll, humorous, sentimental, historical, hunting, sea, bacchanalian, pathetic, fashionable, favorite, and popular, songs now singing, and lately sung at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, Sadler's Wells, Royal Circus, Astley's Amphitheatre and Olympic Pavilion, Royalty Theatre, Sans Pareil Theatre, Nobility's Catch Club, Private Concerts, &c. &c. [Philadelphia] : London: published by John Fairburn. Reprinted and published by T.S. Manning, 148 S. Fourth Street, Philadelphia., 1809. 1809
  Father Tammany's almanac, for the year 1810. : ... Containing, (besides the astronomical calculations, by Joshua Sharp,) a variety of pieces in prose and verse. Philadelphia: : Published by W.W. Woodward, bookseller and stationer, no. 52, South Second-Street., [1809] 1809
  Flora's gala. : Illustrated with elegant engravings. : [Four lines from Darwin's Botanic garden] Philadelphia: : Published and sold by B.C. Buzby, at his juvenile book store, no. 2, North Third Street., 1809. 1809
Williams, S. (Sampson), 1762-1841. Fort Blount [Tenn.], June 7, 1809. : Dear Sir, On the first Thursday in August next ... the citizens of this state will have an opportunity to exercise their high privilege in selecting from amongst themselves the members to the state legislature. ... I am a candidate for a seat in the senate room of that legislature. ... [Knoxville, Tenn.? : s.n., 1809] 1809
  From the carrier of the Freeman's friend : to the patrons of the paper, with the compliments of the morning--New-Year's Day, A.D. 1810. [Portland, Me. : Printed by John M'Kown, 1809] 1809
  Geburt- und Tauf-Schein. Carlisle [Pa.], : Gedruckt bey F. Sanno., 1809. 1809
Vermont. Treasurer's Office. General list of the state of Vermont, for the year 1808. [Bennington, Vt. : Printed by Anthony Haswell, 1809] 1809
Stark, John, 1728-1822. General Stark's letter, to the Republicans of Bennington, and it's [sic] vicinity. : Together with a few Republican songs written for the celebration of the sixteenth of August, 1809, in Bennington. By A. Haswell. Bennington, Vt. : Printed by Anthony Haswell., 1809. 1809
  Hampshire County meeting. : At a very numerous and respectable meeting of the inhabitants ... at the court-house in Northampton, on Thursday the 12th day of January, 1809, to take into consideration the present alarming condition of the United States, and of this commonwealth, the following resolutions were passed ... [Northampton, Mass. : s.n., 1809] 1809
Sloan, James, 1748-1831. Hear a plain farmer and "friend." : Mr. Sloan's speech. The following speech of Mr. Sloan of New-Jersey was delivered in the House of Representatives of Congress, a few days since, on the Embargo Bill No. 5 ... [Portsmouth, N.H. : Printed by William Treadwell, 1809] 1809
Sindbad the sailor. History of Sindbad. The sailor. New-York: : Published by L.B. and G. Jansen., 1808 [i.e., 1809]. 1809
  Hoch-deutsches reformirtes A B C und Namen Büchlein, : für Kinder, welche anfangen zu lernen. Germantaun [Pa.]: : Gedruckt und zu haben von Michael Billmeyer., 1809. 1809
  Howard's large and small round text copies with the new rules for learners. [Newburyport, Mass.] : James Akin engraver. Newburyport. Entered according to Act of Congress by Thomas & Whipple booksellers, Newburyport., [1809?] 1809
  Hymns suited to the fasts and feasts of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, and other occasions of worship. Philadelphia. : Printed and published by John Bioren, no. 88, chesnut Street., 1809. 1809
  Important correspondence. : It is presumed no candid person, of whatever political party he may belong, if he has entertained a doubt as to the purity of Mr. Gore's character, will hesitate, after a perusal of the following correspondence, to pronounce the futile and contemptible reports, which have been diligently circulated against him, false and entirely without foundation. ... [Northampton, Mass.? : s.n., 1809] 1809
United States. President (1809-1817 : Madison) Important message. : Boston gazette-office. Sunday, Dec. 3, 1809, 12 o'clock, the editors in availing themselves of an early reception of the president's message, feel confident they are gratifying the public expectation, in giving it immediate publicity. [Boston : Printed by Russell and Cutler, 1809] 1809
  Important news! : Essex register office, Saturday ev'ng, Feb. 18, 1809. By an arrival at New-York, London papers to the 13th Dec. have been received, & an Antigua journal of 24th January, containing Lisbon news to 10th Dec. Extracts follow. : Latest foreign news! Spanish affairs, &c. ... [Salem, Mass. : Printed by Pool & Palfray, 1809] 1809
Spencer, Ambrose, 1765-1848. In Senate--March 4, 1809. : Governor's message. [Albany : s.n., 1809] 1809
Smith & Forman. Just published by Smith & Forman, : and for sale at their book-stores, no. 195 and 213 Greenwich-Street, (near the Bear-Market) New-York, The juvenile spelling-book: being an easy introduction to the English language ... The third edition. By A. Picket, author of the "Juvenile expositor," &c. [one line from Blair] [New York : Printed by Smith & Forman, 1809] 1809
  Kite's town & country almanac, for the year 1810 ... / The astronomical calculations by Joshua Sharp. Philadelphia: : Printed for Benjamin and Thomas Kite, no. 20, North Third-Street., [1809] 1809
  Last night but one of Master Payne's engagement. : On Wednesday evening, April 12, 1809, will be presented, for this night only, the much admired play ... The mountaineers ... : To which will be added ... the grand serious pantomime ... Brazen mask: or, Alberto and Rosebella. ... [Boston : s.n., 1809] 1809
Smith, John Pye, 1774-1851. Letters to the Rev. Thomas Belsham, on some important subjects of theological discussion referred to in his discourse on occasion of the death of the Rev. Joseph Priestley, LL.D. F.R.S. member of several British and foreign academies and philosophical societies. / By John Pye Smith, D.D. ; [Two lines of quotation] [Boston] : Published by Farrand, Mallory, and Co. Boston: And Hopkins and Earle, Philadelphia. Samuel T. Armstrong, printer, Charlestown., 1809. 1809
  Literary intelligence. : Boston, September 1809. [Boston : s.n., 1809] 1809
United States. President (1809-1817 : Madison) Message from the president of the United States, to both Houses of Congress, at the commencement of the second session of the eleventh Congress. : November 29th, 1809. Read, and referred to a committee of the whole House on the state of the Union. Washington City [D.C.]: : Printed by R.C. Weightman., 1809. 1809
Sands, Benjamin. Metamorphosis; or A transformation of pictures, : with poetical explanations; for the amusement of young persons. Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by Joseph Rakestraw, no. 190, North Third Street., 1809. 1809
Quincy, Josiah, 1772-1864. Mr. Quincy's speech, on the report of Mr. Campbell. Haverhill, N.H. : Printed by T.L. Houghton--, 1809. 1809
  Mrs Poe's benefit. : Mrs Poe, respectfully informs the public, that in consequence of repeated disappointments in obtaining places during Master Payne's engagement, he has consented to play one night longer, at her benefit. : On Wednesday evening, April 19, 1809, will be presented, for this night only, the much admired play ... Pizarro, or, The death of Rolla. ... : To which will be added, a new comic opera ... Il bondocani: or, The caliph robber. ... [Boston : s.n., 1809] 1809
  Neu-Jahrs-Wunsch des Herumträgers des Readinger Adlers, an seine Kunden. : Reading, den 1sten Januar, 1810. [Reading, Pa. : Gedruckt bey Johann Ritter und Comp., 1809] 1809
  New Theatre. : Friday evening, November 24, 1809, will be presented the celebrated comedy of Town & country; or, Which is best. ... To which will be added, a farce, called The village lawyer. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1809] 1809
  New Theatre. : Monday evening, November 27, 1809, will be presented ... a melo-drame, in 2 acts, called Ella Rosenberg. Written by James Kenny [i.e., Kenney] ... To which will be added, a melo-drame, in 3 acts, called The wood daemon; or, The clock has struck. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1809] 1809
  New Theatre. : Wednesday evening, December 27, 1809, will be presented, a tragedy, in 5 acts, called George Barnwell. ... To which will be added ... a grand operatic romance, in 2 acts, called The forty thieves. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1809] 1809
  New Theatre. : Wednesday evening, November 22, 1809, will be presented the celebrated tragedy of Pizarro; or, Spaniards in Peru. ... To which will be added, a musical farce, in 2 acts, called The review; or, The wags of Windsor. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1809] 1809
  New Theatre. Never performed, written by a lady of this city. : On Wednesday evening, June 21st, 1809, will be presented, an historical play, called, the Duke of Buckingham. ... : To which will be added, the celebrated farce of, The mayor of Garratt. ... [New York : s.n., 1809] 1809
  Newsboy's address, to the patrons of the Intelligencer & weekly advertiser. : January 1, 1810. [Lancaster, Pa. : Published by William Dickson, 1809] 1809
  New-Testament stories and parables, for children. Charlestown, (Mass.) : Printed by Samuel T. Armstrong., 1809. 1809
  New-Theatre. : Friday evening, December 1, 1809, will be presented, a play, in 5 acts, called Abaellino, the great bandit. ... To which will be added, a melo-drame, in 2 acts, called The lady of the rock. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1809] 1809
  New-Theatre. : Last night but one of Master Payne's engagement. Monday evening, December 18, 1809, will be presented, a tragedy, in 5 acts, called Tancred and Sigismunda. Written by Thompson [i.e., Thomson]. ... To which will be added, a comic opera, in 2 acts, called The farmer. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1809] 1809
  New-Theatre. : Master Payne's fourth night. Monday evening, December 11, 1809, will be presented, a tragedy, in 5 acts, called Mahomet, the imposter. ... To which will be added, a farce, in 2 acts, called The spoil'd child. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1809] 1809
  New-Theatre. : Master Payne's second night. Friday evening, December 8, 1809, will be presented, a favorite play, in 3 acts, (interspersed with songs) called The mountaineers. ... To which will be added, a farce, in 2 acts, called Raising the wind. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1809] 1809
  New-Theatre. : Master Payne's third night. Saturday evening, December 9, 1809, will be presented, a comedy, in 5 acts, called Lovers' vows. ... To which will be added, a comic opera, in 2 acts, called Rosina. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1809] 1809
  New-Theatre. : Monday evening, December 4, 1809, will be presented, a comedy, in 5 acts, called Speed the plough. ... To which will be added ... a melo-drame, in 2 acts, called Ella Rosenberg. Written by James Kenny [i.e., Kenney] ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1809] 1809
  New-Theatre. : Saturday evening, December 2, 1809, will be presented, a comedy, in 5 acts, called The road to ruin. ... To which will be added ... a grand tragic pantomime, called Don Juan; or The libertine destroyed. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1809] 1809
  New-Theatre. : Saturday evening, December 23, 1809, will be presented, a play, in 5 acts, called Adrian & Orrilla; or, A mother's vengeance. ... To which will be added, a melo-drame, in 2 acts called Tekeli; or, The siege of Montgatz. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1809] 1809
  New-Theatre. : The public are respectfully informed, that Master Payne is engaged to perform nine nights ... Wednesday evening, December 6, 1809, when will be presented the celebrated tragedy of Douglas; or, The noble shepherd. ... To which will be added, a comic opera, in 2 acts, called The shipwreck. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1809] 1809
  New-Theatre. : The public are respectfully informed, that Mr. Cooper is engaged to perform eight nights--his first appearance will be on Friday evening, December 29, 1809, when will be presented, a tragedy, in 5 acts, called Richard III. ... To which will be added, a farce, in 2 acts, called Fortune's frolic; or, The true use of riches. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1809] 1809
  New-Theatre. Last night of Master Payne's engagement. : Wednesday evening, December 20, 1809, will be presented, a tragedy, in 5 acts, called Barbarossa, tyrant of Algiers. ... To which will be added, a comic opera, in 2 acts, called Too many cooks. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1809] 1809
  New-Theatre. Master Payne's seventh night. : The public are respectfully informed ... Saturday evening, December 16, 1809, will be presented, a tragedy, in 5 acts, called Douglas; or, The noble shepherd. ... To which will be added, a musical farce, in 2 acts, called Youth, love and folly. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1809] 1809
  New-Theatre. Mr. Cooper's second night. : Saturday evening, December 30, 1809, will be presented, a tragedy, in 5 acts, called The revenge. ... To which will be added, a farce, in 2 acts, called The devil to pay; or, Wives metamorphosed. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1809] 1809
  On Wednesday evening, Feb 8, 1809, : will be presented, for the 2d time in America, a comic opera, called, False alarms: or, My cousin. ... : To which will be added, for the 9th time, a new grand serious pantomime, called Brazen mask: or, Alberto & Rosabella. ... [Boston : s.n., 1809] 1809
Somerville, William C. (William Clarke), 1790-1826. Oration on the influence of commerce upon the genius, the character, and the prosperity of a nation. : Delivered July 4, 1809, from the rostrum in the church of Williamsburg. / By William C. Somerville, student at William and Mary, Va. ; [Three lines from Thomson]. Baltimore: : Printed by Warner & Hanna., 1809. 1809
Sloan, James, 1748-1831. Paper extraordinary. : Boston, Saturday, January 14, 1809. : "Politicks for farmers." Mr. Sloan's speech. The following speech of Mr. Sloan, of New-Jersey, was delivered in the House of Representative, of Congress, a few days since, on the Embargo Bill, No. 5. ... [Boston : s.n., 1809] 1809
Republican Party (Mass. : 1792-1828) Pittsfield Republican proceedings. : Pittsfield, Saturday, March 4, 1809. On Tuesday evening last ... a very numerous meeting of the Republicans of this town was held at Mr. William Clarke's tavern. ... [Pittsfield, Mass. : Printed by Phinehas Allen, 1809] 1809
  Positively the last night but three of the season. For the benefit of Mrs Graupner. : On Friday evening, May 5, 1809, will be presented ... the celebrated tragedy, in 5 acts, called King Lear: and his three daughters. ... : End of the tragedy, a concert of vocal and instrumental music. ... : To which will be added a pantomime dance in one act called the Village in an uproar, or, Harlequin's frolic. ... [Boston : s.n., 1809] 1809
Sargeant, Ezra, 1775-1812. Proposals by E. Sargeant, no. 39 Wall-Street, opposite the U.S. Branch Bank, New York, for publishing by subscription, a new periodical work, to be entitled the Eclectic Museum; or, Epitome of periodical literature. [New York : Published by E. Sargeant, 1809] 1809
  Reflections, from the Connecticut mirror. [Hartford : Printed by Charles Hosmer, 1809] 1809
  Religious meditations. : [Two lines from Hebrews] New-York: : Printed and sold by T. & J. Swords, no. 160 Pearl-Street., 1809. 1809
Weston Independent Light Infantry Company. Rules and regulations of the Weston Independent Light Infantry Company : Adopted by the company June 5, 1809. : [Three lines of quotation] Cambridge [Mass.]: : Hilliard and Metcalf, printers., 1809. 1809
  Second bulletin of the heroic exploits of the invincible and renowned Captain Cryspan, containing an authentic account of the lamentable and tragical event of the wounded horse. : [Thirteen lines of quotation] [East Windsor, Conn. : s.n., 1809?] 1809
  Songs--To be sung by the patriots and whigs of '77--August 16, 1809. [Bennington, Vt.? : Printed by A. Haswell?, 1809] 1809
  Spring. New-York. : Printed & sold by Samuel Wood, at the Juvenile Book-store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1809. 1809
Sullivan, John L. (John Langdon), 1777-1865. Statement of facts relative to the Middlesex Canal, : and the object of the proprietors' petition to the legislature. February, 1809. [Boston? : s.n., 1809] 1809
Tappan, Charles, 1784-1875. Tappan's catalogue. : A catalogue of books for sale and circulation, by Charles Tappan, at his book-store and circulating library, in Market-Street, Portsmouth, New-Hampshire. : Law, divinity, surgery, physic, chemistry, anatomy, history, biography, voyages, travels, novels, romances, miscellanies, philosophy, architecture, mathematics, classics, and school books. Portsmouth, N.H. : Printed for Charles Tappan. Stephen Sewall, printer,, January 1, 1809. 1809
Republican Party (Mass. : 1792-1828) Taunton, March 25, 1809. : Sir, The annual election of state officers, is now at hand. ... [Boston? : s.n., 1809] 1809
  The Annual address of the carriers of the Boston gazette, : to their respected and liberal patrons. : Illustrissimo Christophoro Gore, &c. college theses. [Boston : Printed by Russell and Cutler, 1809] 1809
  The Carriers of the Independent chronicle, to their liberal patrons. [Boston : Printed by Adams, Rhoades & Co., 1809] 1809
  The Carriers, of the Columbian centinel, : offer their congratulations, not only on the birth of a new year; but on the completion of the twenty-fifth anniversary since the first publication of this paper ... they offer, in obedience to custom, a few lines of homely rhyme:-- [Boston : Printed by William Burdick, 1809] 1809
  The Cats concert : [Two lines of verse] Philadelphia. : Pubd. and sold by Wm. Charles, and may be had of all the booksellers., 1809. Price twenty-five cents. 1809
  The English and American stage. : Volume II. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New-York: : Published by D. Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1809. 1809
  The English and American stage. : Volume IV. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New-York: : Published by D. Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1809. 1809
  The English and American stage. : Volume IX. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New-York: : Published by D. Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1809. 1809
  The English and American stage. : Volume XII. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New-York. : Published by David Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1809. 1809
  The English and American stage. : Volume XIX. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New-York: : Published by David Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository Shakspeare-Gallery., 1809. 1809
  The English and American stage. : Volume XVI. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New York. : Published by D. Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare Gallery., 1809. 1809
  The English and American stage. : Volume XVII. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New York. : Published by David Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1809. 1809
  The English and American stage. : Volume XVIII. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New-York. : Published by David Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1809. 1809
  The English and American stage. : Volume XXI. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New-York: : Published by David Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1809. 1809
  The English and American stage. : Volume XXII. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New-York: : Published by D Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1809. 1809
  The English and American stage. : Volume XXIX. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New-York; : Published by D. Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1809. 1809
  The English and American stage. : Volume XXVI. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. [New York] : Published by D. Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1809. 1809
  The English and American stage. : Volume XXVIII. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New-York; : Published by D. Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1809. 1809
  The English extracts, or Hampshire musical magazine. No. I[-II]. : Containing--Three anthems, and several hymn and psalm tunes, suited to all different occasions, where singing is required, of the plain worshiping tunes.-- : Extracted principally from the Magdalen Chapel collection of hymns, where the most pious and eminent professors of divinity and music were employed, and lent their peculiar aid in that religious institution. : Numbers to contain 32 pages, and sold for 25 cents each--at Northampton. : If the first number should meet with encouragement, another number of different tunes will be offered next season. : [One line of verse]. / Jonathan Huntington, compiler. Printed at Northampton [Mass.]-- : for the compiler.--, 1809. 1809
  The Exiles of Eden. [Dover, N.H. : s.n., 1809] 1809
Scott, Thomas, 1747-1821. The force of truth: : an authentic narrative. / By Thomas Scott, Morning Preacher at the Lock Chapel, London. ; [Four lines of quotations] Boston: : Published by Farrand, Mallory, & Co. J. Belcher, printer., 1809. 1809
  The Instructive alphabet. New-York: : Printed adn [sic] sold by S. Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1809. 1809
  The Life and death of Tom Thumb, the little giant. : Together with some curious anecdotes, respecting Grumbo the great giant, king of the country of eagles. : Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, New-Haven., 1809. 1809
  The Natural history of animals, : for the instruction of youth. : Ornamented with cuts. Worcester [Mass.], : Printed for Isaiah Thomas, Jun. Goulding and Stow, printers., [1809?] 1809
  The New-England diary, and almanac; for the year ... 1809. ... : Fitted to the longitude and latitude of Boston, (Mass.) but will serve for any of the contiguous states, without sensible variation. / By John Parkhurst, Jun. [Leominster, Mass.] : Printed at Leominster, (Mass.) by Salmon Wilder, and sold by him, by the gross, dozen or single, also, by the author, at Marlborough--, 1809. 1809
  The News-boy's annual address, to the patrons of the New-Hampshire gazette. [Portsmouth, N.H. : Printed by William Weeks, 1809] 1809
  The New-York preceptor; or, Third book. : [Two lines of quotation] New-York: : Printed and sold by Samuel Wood at the Juvenile Book-Store no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1809. 1809
  The School of good manners. Charlestown, Massachusetts, : printed by Samuel T. Armstrong. ..., 1809. 1809
Westminster Assembly (1643-1652) The shorter catechism, agreed upon by the Assembly of Divines, : with the assistance of Commissioners from the Church of Scotland, as part of the covenanted uniformity of religion betwixt the churches of Christ in the kingdoms of Scotland, England, and Ireland, and approved anno 1648, by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, to be a directory for catechising such as are of weaker capacity. : With the proofs from the Scripture. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, New-Haven, for Increase Cooke, & Co., 1809. 1809
  The United States primer, improved, and adapted to the comprehension of children. Otsego [N.Y.], : Printed by H. & E. Phinney, Jun. and sold by them wholesale and retail., 1809. 1809
United States. Marshal (Pennsylvania) To [blank] Philadelphia, April 11th, 1809. : Sir, Having been violently resisted, by an armed force, in my lawful endeavours to execute process issued from the District Court of the United States for the Pennsylvania District, commanding me to arrest the bodies of Elizabeth Sergeant and Esther Waters ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1809] 1809
  Toasts drank at the public festival, given in honour of the Spanish patriots, by the citizens of Boston, : January 24, 1809. [Boston : s.n., 1809] 1809
Trip, Tommy. Trip's History of beasts; : being a trifle for a good boy. : Ornamented with engravings. Albany: : Printed by E. and E. Hosford., 1809. 1809
Sargeant, Ezra, 1775-1812. Universal biography. : (A new and important work.) / E. Sargeant, New-York, and Munroe, Francis & Parker, Boston, ; will publish Universal biography; containing a copious account, critical and historical, of the life and character, labors and actions of eminent persons of all ages and countries, conditions and professions, arranged in alphabetical order. By J. Lempriere, D.D. author of the Classical dictionary. [Boston : Printed by Munroe, Francis & Parker, 1809] 1809
Rhea, John, 1753-1832. Washington, February 13, 1809. : John Rhea, of Tennessee, to his constituents. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1809] 1809
  Weibliche Standhaftigkeit, oder Die Geschichte einer italiänischen Herzogin, : welche unschuldiger Weise neun Jahre auf Befehls ihres eignen Mannes in einem fürchterlichen Kerker schmachtete und endlich auf eine wunderbare Weise errettet Wurde. / Von ihr selbst beschrieben. ; Mit zwey Kupfern. Easton, Penns. : Gedruckt bey Christ. Jac. Hütter., 1809. 1809
  William and the young East-Indian. New-York: : Published by T. Powers, 116 Broad-way., 1809. 1809
  Winter. [New York] : Printed & sold by Samuel Wood, at the Juvenile Book-store, no. 357, Pearl-street New-York., 1809. 1809
  Wisdom in miniature, or The young gentleman and lady's magazine, : being a collection of sentences divine and moral. : [Two lines of verse] : Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, New-Haven,, 1809. 1809
Vincent, Mr. Witchcraft, murder, sorcery, &c. : The wonderful life and remarkable trial of Mary Bateman, of Leeds, in Yorkshire, a preacher in the principles of the prophecies of Johanna Southcote, for the murder of Mrs. Perigo ... with the remarkable account of her execution ... / By Mr. Vincent, an attorney, present at the execution. [Philadelphia] : London; printed, Philadelphia, re-printed, and sold by the booksellers., [1809?] 1809
  Yourself and family are requested to attend the funeral of Mrs. Claiborne, : who died yesterday evening the 29th instant ... This request is on the part of the friends of the deceased. ... [New Orleans : s.n., 1809] 1809
Sage, Ebenezer, 1755-1834. (Circular.) Sir, Mr. Spooner, the present proprietor of the Suffolk gazette, : having signified to us his determination to relinquish the paper on the 1st of September ... we have, therefore, concluded, if a company can be established for that purpose, to continue the publication of the Gazette, on the plan herein mentioned, viz. ... [Sag Harbor, N.Y. : Printed by Alden Spooner, 1810] 1810
  [New-Theatre] : Friday evening, January 26, 1810, will be presented ... a melo-drame, in 2 acts, called The blind boy. ... To which will be added ... a grand operatic romance, in 2 acts, called The forty thieves. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
Russell, P. [The lines on this sheet, were composed by the unfortunate Russell, while laying in irons in the Moro-Castle ...] [United States : s.n., 181-?] 1810
  [The Mocking bird] [United States? : s.n., 181-?] 1810
  4th night of Mother Goose. : The public are respectfully informed ... New Theatre. Monday evening, February 12, will be presented, a comedy, in 3 acts, called The follies of a day. ... To which will be added ... a grand pantomimical, operatical romance, called Mother Goose; or, The golden egg. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  5th night of Mother Goose. : New Theatre. Wednesday evening, February 21, will be presented, a grand pantomimical, operatic romance, called Mother goose; or, The golden egg. ... To which will be added, a farce, in 2 acts, called No song, no supper; or, The lawyer in the sack. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. A catechism for children. / By Isaac Watts, D.D. ; [Five lines of Scripture text] Windham [Conn.]: : Printed by John Byrne., [ca. 1810?] 1810
  A Celestial song, or The song of the saints in heaven: : with an invocation to the same. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830] 1810
  A Collection of ideas, / by Hazard Sherman. [Utica, N.Y. : Printed by Ira Merrell, 1810?] 1810
  A Collection of sacred musick: : more particularly designed for the use of the West Church in Boston. Boston: : Printed by Buckingham & Titcomb, Winter-Street., 1810. 1810
Schaffer, Francis C. (Francis Christian), 1732?-1827. A collection of the most fashionable cotillions and contra dances. / Selected by F.C. Schaffer. Portsmouth [N.H.]: : Printed by S. Whidden,, Oct. 1810. 1810
Whitelaw, James, 1748-1829. A correct map of the state of Vermont from actual survey, [cartographic material] : exhibiting the county and town lines, rivers, lakes, ponds, mountains, meetinghouses, mills, public roads &c. / By James Whitelaw Esq. late surveyor general. ; Engraved by Amos Doolittle and by James Wilson Vermont 1810. [Vermont : s.n., 1810] 1810
  A Curious piece of antiquity, on the crucifixion of our Saviour and the two thieves. [United States : s.n., ca. 1810?] 1810
  A Manual for Socinians. : The following questions and considerations are addressed, by a layman, to those who incline to the tenets of the Socinians; or have actually adopted the belief that Jesus Christ was no more than a mere man, sent to instruct mankind. .. [Charleston, S.C.? : s.n., 181-?] 1810
  A Map of ancient Greece and Italy [cartographic material] : including part of Gaul, Spain and Africa from the best authorities, 1810. / By Peter Maverick, Newark, New Jersey. [Newark, N.J. : s.n., 1810] 1810
  A Map of the world, [cartographic material] : laid down according to the projection and discoveries of the ancients; from the best authorities, 1810. / Engraved for W.W. Woodward's quarto edition of Dr. Scott's Bible by P. Maverick, Newark. [Newark, N.J. : s.n., 1810] 1810
  A Melancholy story of a child that was lost in Rutland County, Vermont; : supposed to have been taken by the Indians. [Vermont? : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  A New song in favour of courting. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  A Pastor's farewell to his flock. : Tune--Milan. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  A Poem. / Written in Vermont, by a lad only 12 years of age. [Vermont? : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  A proposal for publishing by subscription, lectures on the study of divinity ... [United States : s.n., ca. 1810-1814] 1810
  A Question for the farmer. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  A Warning to America: : together with Elegiac lines on a theological scrip-monger. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  A Wood table. : The height of the wood is given at the top of the table, and the width on the left hand side. At the angle of the two dimensions, the contents of the load, in feet and inches, may be had. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Address of the carrier of the Repertory, to his patrons. [Boston : Published by John Park, 1810] 1810
  Address of the carrier of the Rhode-Island American, to his patrons, wishing them a happy New Year. [Providence : Printed by Dunham and Hawkins, 1810] 1810
  Address, of the carriers of the Boston gazette, : to their liberal and enlightened customers. [Boston : Printed by Russell and Cutler, 1810] 1810
  American taxation: [Boston] : Nathaniel Coverly, printer, Milk-Street., [between 1810 and 1824] 1810
  An Address to the independent electors of the state of New-York, on the present state of public affairs, and on the ensuing general election. Johnstown [N.Y.]: : Printed by Asa Child., [1810]. 1810
  An Address to the scholars in the first school-district in Scituate. : Delivered at the close of their public school, April, 1810. / By their instructor. Boston: : Printed by Greenough and Stebbins., 1810. 1810
  An Elegy on the death of Mr. Asaph Walling, : who was instantly killed in Hartford, county of Washington (state of New-York) by the fall of a tree, on the 7th of June, 1810, in the 21st year of his age. : [Six lines of verse] / Written for amusement, by a friend, and published by request of the mourners. [New York (State)? : s.n., 1810] 1810
  An Elegy, on the death of two young men. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  An Invitation to come to Christ. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
Seeger, C. L. (Charles Lewis), 1763-1848. An oration, pronounced at Northampton, July 4, 1810, : in commemoration of the anniversary of American independence. / By C.L. Seeger, M.D. fellow of the Medical Society of South Carolina, and member of the humane and medical societies of Massachusetts. ; [One line from Cicero in Latin, with English translation] Northampton, (Ms.) : Printed at the office of the Anti-Monarchist., 1810. 1810
  Anfangs-Gründe der Religion; oder Catechismus für kleine Kinder von allerley Benennungen. : [Two lines from Psalms] Libanon [Pa.]: : Gedruckt bey Jacob Stöver., 1810. 1810
  Anniversary hymn for the visitation of the publick schools. : Old Hundred. [Boston? : s.n., 181-?] 1810
  Anniversary of the Female Charitable Society. : Order of the exercises. [Salem, Mass.? : s.n., between 1810 and 1815?] 1810
  Antient and modern preachers. : The difference between antient and modern preachers taken from the scriptures. ... [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Arrangement of the funeral of President Webber. : Harvard University, July 20, 1810. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1810] 1810
  Battle of Bunker Hill, : and Saw ye my hero George. [Boston] : Sold at east end Faneuil Hall--Boston., [between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Battle of Quebec : and Death of Gen. Wolfe. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Best mixed pins. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
Spalding, Lyman, 1775-1821. Bill of mortality, for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A.D. 1809. / By Lyman Spalding, M.D. [Portsmouth, N.H. : s.n., 1810] 1810
  Billy the weaver. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Bloody tragedy. [Keene, N.H.? : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Bonaparte. : A song. : Tune--"Vicar of Bray." [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830] 1810
Republican Party (Mass. : 1792-1828). Central Committee. Boston, April 7, 1810. To the Republicans of the town of [blank] : The Central Committee hasten to felicitate you on the successful issue of the gubernatorial election. ... [Boston : s.n., 1810] 1810
Republican Party (Mass. : 1792-1828). Central Committee. Boston, February 20th, 1810. : Gentlemen, At a numerous and respectable meeting of Republican citizens from all parts of the commonwealth, assembled at Boston, on the 8th day of February instant, the duty has been assigned us to make known to you their unanimous determination to support the Hon. Elbridge Gerry, Esq. as candidate for governor ... [Boston : s.n., 1810] 1810
  Bradford & Inskeep, and Moses Thomas, Philadelphia, : Inskeep & Bradford, New York, and William M'Ilhenny, Boston, propose to publish the celebrated atlas of Mr. Pinkerton, : now publishing in London in quarterly numbers. [Philadelphia? : Printed by Bradford & Inskeep?, 1810] 1810
  Captain Glen's unhappy voyage to New Barbary. [Massachusetts? : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Captain James, : who was hung and gibbeted in England, for starving to death his cabin boy. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Captain James, : who was hung and gibbeted, in England, for starving to death his cabin boy. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Captain James. : Who was hung and gibbeted, in England, for starving to death his cabin boy. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
Shallus's Circulating Library. Catalogue of Shallus's new and increasing circulating library. : Comprising a choice selection of the most approved authors in various departments of literature: (with criticisms occasionally annexed.) Which are loaned for perusal, by the year, quarter, or single volume, at no. 89, South Front-Street, between Chesnut & Walnut-streets, directly opposite Norris's Alley. Philadelphia: : Printed for the librarian by Thomas Town., 1810. 1810
Yale College (1718-1887) Catalogue of the officers and students of Yale-College, November 1810. [New Haven : Printed by Oliver Steele & Co., 1810] 1810
  Christmas ode. [United States : s.n., 181-?] 1810
  Cinderella; or The little glass-slipper. : Illustrated with elegant engravings. Philadelphia: : Published and sold wholesale by Wm. Charles, and may be had of all the booksellers. 1810. W. M'Culloch, printer., [1810] 1810
United States. Comptroller of the Treasury. Circular to collectors and naval officers. : Treasury Department, Comptroller's Office, September 3, 1810. Sir, Subjoined is a proclamation of the president of the United States, establishing the value of the current ruble of Russia. ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1810] 1810
  Congressional directory, for 1810--11. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1810] 1810
United States. Constitucion de los Estados Unidos de America. / Traducida del ingles al espanol por Don Jph. Manuel Villavicencio. Philadelphia, : En la imprenta de Smith & M'Kenzie., 1810. 1810
Republican Party (Mass. : 1792-1828). Central Committee. Copy of a letter from the Central Committee. : Boston, March 20, 1810. Fellow-citizens, Another link in the chain of the northern confederacy is broken. ... [Boston : s.n., 1810] 1810
  Cramer's Pittsburgh magazine almanack, for the year of our Lord 1810. : ... Calculated for the meridian of Pittsburgh, in lat. 40° 35' north, long. 80° 38' west, but will serve without any sensible variation for the states of Ohio, Virginia, Kentucky, &c. Pittsburgh, : Published and sold by Zadok Cramer at his bookstore (Franklin's Head) Market between Front & Second Streets--where German almanacks may also be had, by the gross, dozen or single. Printed by Cramer & Spear., [1810] 1810
  Curly headed boy [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Dame Partlet's farm: : containing an account of the great riches she obtained by industry, the good life she led, and alas good reader! her sudden death; : to which is added, a hymn, written by Dame Partlet, just before her death, and an epitaph for her tomb stone. Philadelphia: : Published and for sale by Johnson and Warner, no. 147, Market Street, and at their bookstore in Richmond, Virginia, and Lexington, Kentucky. J. Bouvier, printer., 1810. 1810
  Daniel in the lion's den. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Daniel in the lion's den. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1840?] 1810
  Death of Gen. Wolfe. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Dialogue between Death and a lady. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Divine hymns, or Spiritual songs; : for the use of religious assemblies and private Christians: / being formerly a collection by Joshua Smith, and others. ; With additions, and alterations by Wm. & Emmanuel Northup; and further additions by Hazard Sherman. Utica [N.Y.]: : Re-printed by Ira Merrell., 1810. 1810
  Doctor and 'squire. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Documents accompanying the message of the president of the United States, to the two houses of Congress, at the commencement of the third session of the Eleventh Congress. : December 5th, 1810. Read and ordered to be printed. Washington [D.C.]: : A. and G. Way, printers., 1810. 1810
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Dr. Watts' Divine songs, attempted in easy language, for the use of children. : [Two lines from Matthew] Newburyport [Mass.]: : Printed by W. & J. Gilman. Sold at their book and stationary store, Middle-Street., 1810. 1810
  Eine Wahre Geschichte, oder Eine probirte Kunst, in Feuers-Gefahr wie auch in Pestilenz Zeiten zu Gebrauchen ... [Pennsylvania? : s.n., between 1810 and 1829?] 1810
Republikaner. Eine Warnung an die Republikaner [York, Pa.? : s.n., 1810] 1810
United States Military Philosophical Society. Extracts from the minutes of the United States Military Philosophical Society, at an occasional meeting held at New-York, December 28th, 1809. [New York : s.n., 1810] 1810
Seccombe, John, 1708-1792. Father Abdy's will. : To which is added A letter of courtship to his amiable widow. [United States : s.n., 181-?] 1810
  Fifth night of The foundling of the forest. : Last week previous to the benefits. New Theatre. Monday evening, March 5, will be presented, a celebrated new play, in 3 acts, (interspersed with songs) called The foundling of the forest. By William Dimond, Esq. ... To which will be added, a farce, in 2 acts, called The spoil'd child. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  Fourth night of The foundling of the forest. : New Theatre. Monday evening, February 26, will be presented, a celebrated new play, in 3 acts, (interspersed with songs) called The foundling of the forest. By William Dimond, Esq. ... To which will be added, a farce, in 2 acts, called Prisoner at large; or, Humours of Killarney. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  Für die Jugend der Reformirten und Lutherischen Gemeinden. 1810. Allentown [Pa.]: : Gedruckt in Hütters Druckerey., [1810] 1810
  Geburts- und Taufschein. Reading [Pa.], : Gedruckt und zu haben bey Heinrich B. Sage., [1810?] 1810
  Georgia from the latest authorities 1810. [cartographic material] / I. Scoles sc. [New York] : Engraved for the New encyclopaedia published by E. Low N. York., [1810] 1810
  Harmonic companion, and guide to social worship: : being a choice selection of tunes, adapted to the various psalms and hymns, used by the different societies in the United States; : together with the principles of music, and easy lessons for learners. / By Andrew Law. ; Printed upon the author's new plan. Philadelphia: : Printed for the author, by Robert and William Carr, no. 51, Sansom Street., [1810] 1810
  Himmels-Brief, : welcher mit goldenen Buchstaben geschrieben und zu sehen ist in der St. Michaels Kirche zu St. Germein, allwo derselbe über dem Tauffstein schwebet.-- Wer ihn angreifen will, von dem weichet er, wer ihn aber abschreiben will, zu dem neiget er sich und thut sich selber auf. Auf welche Art er in der Welt verbreitet wurde. [Pennsylvania? : s.n., ca. 1810] 1810
  Hints to a new married sister. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830] 1810
  Hoch-deutsches lutherisches A B C und Namen Büchlein, : für Kinder, welche anfangen zu lernen. Germantaun [Pa.]: : Gedruckt und zu habe von Michael Billmeyer., 1810. 1810
  Horsemanship and rope-dancing, at the circus. : The circus in Broad Street, Salem, will be opened on the evening of Tuesday, March 27. ... [Salem, Mass. : s.n., 1810] 1810
  How can I sleep while angels sing. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Hymn.--(Old Hundred.) [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Hymns for Sabbath schools. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Hymns, &c. [United States : s.n., 181-?] 1810
  I. Fix your bayonet! [United States : s.n., not after 1810] 1810
  Indian speech. : In or about the year of our Lord, 1710, a Sweedish [sic] missionary preached a sermon at an Indian treaty, held at Conestogo ... and endeavored, by certain arguments, to induce the Indians to embrace the Christian religion. After he had ended his discourse, one of the Indian chiefs made a speech, in reply to the sermon ... The Indian's speech translated from the Latin, is as followeth ... [United States : s.n., 181-] 1810
  Invocation to charity, : an ode, selected. [United States: s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Irish patriotism. : At a meeting of the Republican naturalized Irishmen of the city of Albany, convened at the house of Jared Skinner, in Green-Street, on Tuesday, April 17th, 1810. ... [Albany : s.n., 1810] 1810
  Jemmy & Nancy, or, The constant pair. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Jemmy & Nancy:[.] [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Juvenile poems; or, The alphabet in verse. : Designed for the entertainment of all good little boys and girls. : Ornamented with engravings. Albany: : Printed by E. and E. Hosford., 1810. 1810
Waterhouse, Benjamin, 1754-1846. Kine pock institution by Dr. Waterhouse. : By applying at this institution in the Exchange Building, Boston, sailors may be inoculated agreeably to an arrangement made for their particular benefit. All other persons may ... be inoculated at a reasonable fee. ... [Boston : s.n., 181-?] 1810
  Knowledge the soul of freedom. Boston : ......Printed by N. Coverly. No. 16, Milk St., [between 1810 and 1824] 1810
  Knowledge the soul of freedom. Boston : .....Printed by N. Coverly., [between 1810 and 1824] 1810
  Last night but one of Mr. Cooke's engagement. : On Friday evening, Dec. 14th, 1810, will be presented, Shakspeare's tragedy of the First part of Henry IV. ... To which will be added, the musical entertainment of, The purse, or, Benevolent tar. ... [New York : s.n., 1810] 1810
  Last night but three, of this season. Mr. & Mrs. Mill's benefit; : who have the pleasure of announcing to their friends and public, that Mons. Labottiere has kindly offered his services for this evening. This evening, Monday, April 30, 1810, will be presented ... Coleman the Younger's historical play, in 3 acts called, The battle of Hexham ... : End of the play ... a pantomime interlude, in one act, called--the Scotch ghost: or..Little Fanny's love. ... : The whole to conclude with a pantomime ... called, Robinson Crusoe: and his man Friday. ... [Boston : s.n., 1810] 1810
  Last night of The forty thieves. : New Theatre. Saturday evening, March 10, will be presented, a celebrated melo-drame in 3 acts, called The fortress. ... To which will be added ... a grand operatic romance, in 2 acts, called The forty thieves. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  Late revelations on the doctrines of election and reprobation: or Sheep and goats; and the woman speaking in the church: : also, the Gospel of the kingdom, The number of the beast and Ezekiel's boiling point. [United States : s.n., 1810] 1810
  Laugh & be fat, or, Fun for every hour in the day. : Containing a variety of humorsome stories; anecdotes---jests,---bon mots, epigrams and rebusses. Boston: : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun., [between 1810 and 1824] 1810
  Lessons in elocution: or, A selection of pieces, in prose and verse, : for the improvement of youth in reading and speaking, as well as for the perusal of persons of taste. : With an appendix, containing concise lessons on a new plan, and principles of English grammar. / By William Scott. ; To which are prefixed, Elements of gesture, illustrated by four plates; and Rules for expressing, with propriety, the various passions, &c. of the mind. Hartford: : Printed and sold by Lincoln & Gleason., 1809 [i.e., 1810]. 1810
Russell, P. Love and misfortune. : Sold by the author only, who camposed [sic] the following lines while suffering in a loathsome prison; at a time when he had reason [...] on the verge of eternity. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Major Andre: : Written while he was a prisoner in the American camp. : Together with the Rose. [Massachusetts? : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Major Andre's soliloquy, : and Crazy Jane. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Major's only son. [Massachusetts? : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Manhood. New-York: : Printed & sold by Samuel Wood, at the Juvenile Book-store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1810. 1810
  Masonic celebration. : Order of exercises. [Bennington, Vt. : Printed by A. Haswell, between 1810 and 1816?] 1810
  Memoirs of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences. Vol. I.--Part I. New-Haven, : Printed by Oliver Steele and Co., 1810. 1810
  Merino sheep. : Authentic documents, relative to the quality and breed of merino sheep, imported in the ship Mount Hope ... belonging to Gen. Elias Hasket Derby, of Salem, Massachusetts ... [Salem, Mass. : s.n., 1810] 1810
  Military lands in the state of Ohio. [Ohio? : s.n., 1810?] 1810
Richmond Association (Vt.) Minutes of the Richmond Association, : holden at Cambridge, (Vermont,) August 29th & 30th, 1810. Danville [Vt.]: : Printed by Ebenezer Eaton., 1810. 1810
Sabbatarian General Conference. Minutes of the Sabbatarian Baptist General Conference, holden at Piscataway, East-New-Jersey, October 25th, 26th, and 28th, 1810; : with their circular letter. [New Brunswick, N.J.] : L. Deare, printer, New-Brunswick, New-Jersey., 1810. 1810
  Mournful tragedy of the major's only son, or Crazy Jones:-- : A true story.---Hollis, N.H. 1787. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
Rhea, John, 1753-1832. Mr. Rhea's motion. : January 29, 1810. Ordered to lie on the table. City of Washington: : A. & G. Way, printers., 1810. 1810
  Mr. Warren's benefit. : Never performed here. Wednesday evening, April 18, 1810, will be presented, a new play in 3 acts, interspersed with songs, duetts and choruses, called The Africans; or, War, love and duty. (From the pen of George Coleman [i.e., Colman], Esq. ... To which will be added, a farce in 2 acts, called The Irishman in London. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  My dog and gun. : A favourite old song. [Boston] : Sold [by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr.] at no 16, Milk-Street--Boston., [between 1810 and 1824] 1810
  National intelligencer extra. : Thursday, June 14, 1810. [Washington, D.C. : Samuel Harrison Smith, 1810] 1810
  Neu-Jahrs-Wunsch des Herumträgers des Readinger Adlers, an seine Kunden. : Reading, den 1sten Januar, 1811. [Reading, Pa. : Gedruckt bey Johann Ritter und Comp., 1810] 1810
  New instructions for the patent flagelet [i.e., flageolet] : with the latest improvements : also containing a variety of songs & pieces by A. Professor. Philadelphia : Published & sold at G. Willig's Musical Magazine. Price 50 cents., [between 1810 and 1819] 1810
  New looking-glass, or A description of some male characters to be avoided by youth of both sexes. [Vermont? : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  New Theatre. : Friday evening, March 2, will be presented a tragedy, in 5 acts, called Gustavus Vassa [sic], the deliverer of his country. ... After which, for the last time this season, the grand dramatic romance of Blue-Beard; or, Female curiosity. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : Last night but two of Mr. Cooper's engagement. Wednesday evening, April 11, 1810, will be presented, a tragedy in 5 acts, called Alfonso, King of Castile. ... To which will be added, a farce in 2 acts, called Modern antiques; or, The merry mourners. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : Last time of The wood daemon. Wednesday evening, January 17, 1810, will be presented, a melo-drame, in 2 acts, called Ella Rosenberg. ... To which will be added ... a melo-drame, in 3 acts, called The Wood daemon; or, The clock has struck. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : Last week but one. The box-office keeper and treasurer Mr. Pullen's benefit. Monday evening, April 16, 1810, will be presented, a celebrated new play in 3 acts, interspersed with songs, called The foundling of the forest. ... To which will be added, a musical entertainment in 2 acts, called Love laughs at locksmiths. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : Master Whale's benefit. Monday evening, April 2, 1810, will be presented, a comedy in 5 acts, called The honey moon. ... To which will be added, a melo-drama in 2 acts, called A tale of mystery. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : Mr. Blissett's benefit. Saturday evening, March 24, 1810, will be presented, a celebrated prelude, written by the elder Coleman [i.e., Colman], called The manager in distress. ... After which an admired comedy, in 5 acts, called Wives as they were, and maids as they are. ... To which will be added, a comic opera, in 2 acts, called the Highland reel. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : Mr. Cone's benefit. Monday evening, March 19, 1810, will be presented ... a celebrated new play in 3 acts, interspersed with songs, called The foundling of the forest. ... To which will be added, a farce in 2 acts, called The weathercock. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : Mr. Cooper's fourth night. Monday evening, April 9, 1810, will be presented, a tragedy in 5 acts, called Romeo & Juliet. ... To which will be added ... a musical entertainment in 2 acts, called Wicklow Mountains; or, Lads of the hills. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : Mr. Cooper's second night. Friday evening, April 6, 1810, will be presented, a tragedy in 5 acts, called Adelgitha; or, The fruits of a single error. ... To which will be added, the musical entertainment of My grand-mother; or, The living picture. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : Mr. Cooper's third night. Saturday evening, April 7, 1810, will be presented, a tragedy in 5 acts, called Alexander the Great; or, The rival queens. ... To which will be added, a musical entertainment in 2 acts, called Of age to-morrow. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : Mr. Francis's benefit. Wednesday evening, March 21, 1810, will be presented ... a comedy in 5 acts, called The natural son. Written by R. Cumberland ... To which will be added, never performed in America. A grand romantic melo-drama in 2 acts, called Rugantino; or, The bravo of Venice. Taken from the celebrated German novel of that name, by G. Lewis, Esq. [i.e., Matthew Gregory Lewis] ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : Mr. Hardinge's benefit. Friday evening, March 30, 1810, will be presented, never performed here. A celebrated new comedy, called Grieving's a folly; or, All is well that ends well. ... To which will be added, the favorite musical farce of The purse; or, American tar. ... The whole to conclude with the favorite piece, in 1 act, called Lovers' quarrels; or, Like master like man. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : Mr. Wood's benefit. Friday evening, March 16, 1810, will be presented ... a play, interspersed with songs, called The iron chest; or, Honor's victim. ... To which will be added, a musical drama, in 2 acts, called The hunter of the Alps. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : Mrs. and Master Barrett's benefit. Saturday evening, March 17, 1810, will be presented ... a tragedy in 5 acts, called The Count of Narbonne; or, Fatal prediction. Written by Dr. Jephson ... To which will be added, a melo drama in 2 acts, called A tale of mystery. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : Mrs. Wilmot's benefit. Wednesday evening, March 28, 1810, will be presented ... a grand romantic drama, in 3 acts, called Lodoiska. ... After which an interlude in 1 act, (performed by children) called Miss in her teens; or, The medley of lovers. ... To which will be added, the favorite farce of The sultan; or, The American captive. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : Mrs. Wood's benefit. Monday evening, March 26, 1810, will be presented, a celebrated comedy, in 4 acts, called the Child of nature. ... After which an interlude in 1 act ... called Half an hour after supper. ... To which will be added an entire new serio comic romance, called The caravan; or, The driver and his dog. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : Positively the last night of the company's performing this season. Mr. Dwyer's fifth & last appearance. Friday evening, April 27, 1810, will be presented, a comedy in 5 acts, called A cure for the heart-ache. ... To which will be added, a comedy in 2 acts, called Three weeks after marriage or, What we must all come to. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : Positively the last night of The foundling of the forest. Mr. Robins's benefit. Saturday evening, March 31, 1810, will be presented, a celebrated new play in 3 acts, interspersed with songs, called The foundling of the forest. ... To which will be added, the favorite musical farce in 2 acts, called Killing no murder. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : Saturday evening, February 10, 1810, will be presented, a comedy, in 5 acts, called The wonder; or, A woman keeps a secret. ... After which ... a musical farce, in 2 acts, called Killing no murder. By Theodore Edward Hook, Esq. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : The last night but one. Mr. Dwyer's benefit, Thursday evening, April 26, 1810, will be presented, a comedy in 5 acts, called Dramatist; or, Stop him who can. ... To which will be added, a comedy in 2 acts, called The liar. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : The last week. Mr. Dwyer's third night, and the last but two of performing this season. Wednesday evening, April 25, 1810, will be presented, a comedy in 5 acts, called Suspicious husband. ... To which will be added, a comic opera in 2 acts, called The agreeable surprise. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : The public are respectfully informed, that Mr. Cooper is engaged for seven nights only, his first appearance will be on Wednesday evening, April 4, 1810, when will be performed ... the celebrated play of Julius Caesar. ... To which will be added ... the musical entertainment of Who wins? or, The widow's choice. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : The public are respectfully informed, that on account of the indisposition of Mr. Jefferson, the farce of The padlock announced for this evening, is unavoidably changed to No song, no supper. : Positively the last night but one of Mr. Cooper's appearance this season. Friday evening, April 13, 1810, will be presented, a tragedy in 5 acts, called Venice preserved; or, A plot discovered ... To which will be added, a farce in 2 acts, called No song, no supper; or, The lawyer in the sack. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : The public are respectfully informed, that the manager has engaged Mr. Dwyer from the Theatre Royal Drury-Lane, to perform for five nights only. Saturday evening, April 21, 1810, will be presented, a comedy in 5 acts, called The West-Indian. ... To which will be added, a comic opera in 2 acts, called The shipwreck. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. : Wednesday evening, March 7, 1810. Will be presented, a celebrated comedy ... called The jealous wife. ... To which will be added, (never performed here.) a new musical entertainment called Who wins? or, The widow's choice. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New Theatre. Friday evening, February 9, : will be presented, a melodrama, in 2 acts, called Ella Rosenberg. ... To which will be added ... a grand pantomimical, operatical romance, called Mother Goose; or, The golden egg. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New-Theatre. : A new comedy. Mr. Jefferson's benefit. Wednesday evening, March 14, 1810. Will be presented ... a comedy, in 5 acts, called Man and wife; or, More secrets than one. Written by Samuel James Arnold, Esq. ... To which will be added, a musical entertainment, in 2 acts ... called Wicklow Mountains; or, Lads of the hills. By the author of the Poor soldier. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New-Theatre. : Friday evening, February 23, 1810, will be presented, a melo-drame in 2 acts, called The blind boy. ... To which will be added, (for the 4th time this season) a grand operatic romance, in 2 acts, called The forty thieves. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New-Theatre. : Friday evening, January 19, 1810, will be presented, a tragedy, in 5 acts, called The robbers. Die Rauber. (Translated from the German of Schiller.) ... After which ... a musical farce, in 2 acts, called Killing no murder. By Theodore Edward Hook, Esq. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New-Theatre. : In honor of the day. Thursday evening, February 22, 1810, will be presented, a comedy, in 5 acts, called He would be a soldier. ... To which will be added, a comic opera, in 2 acts, called The agreeable surprise. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New-Theatre. : Monday evening, January 15, 1810, will be presented, a comedy, in 5 acts, called She stoops to conquer; or, Mistakes of a night. ... After which ... a celebrated melo-drame, in 2 acts, called The blind boy. Written by James Kenny [i.e., Kenney] ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New-Theatre. : Monday evening, January 22, 1810, will be presented, Shakespeare's celebrated comedy of The merry wives of Windsor. ... To which will be added ... an allegorical pantomimic spectacle, called Cinderella; or, The little glass slipper. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New-Theatre. : Monday evening, January 29, 1810, will be presented, a comedy, in 5 acts, called The West-Indian. ... After which ... a musical farce, in 2 acts, called Killing no murder. By Theodore Edward Hook, Esq. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New-Theatre. : Mr. Cooper's benefit, (being his last appearance this season) Saturday evening, January 13, 1810, will be presented, a comedy, in 5 acts, called The wheel of fortune. ... To which will be added, a comedy, in 2 acts, called Catharine & Petruchio; or, Taming of the shrew. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New-Theatre. : Mr. Cooper's fifth night. Friday evening, January 5, 1810, will be presented, a tragedy, in 5 acts, called Macbeth. By Shakespeare. ... To which will be added, a farce, in 2 acts, called The old maid. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New-Theatre. : Mr. Cooper's fourth night. Wednesday evening, January 3, 1810, will be presented, a tragedy, in 5 acts, called Othello, Moor of Venice. ... To which will be added, a farce, in 2 acts, called The deaf lover. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New-Theatre. : Mr. Cooper's seventh night. Monday evening, January 8, 1810, will be presented, the tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. ... To which will be added, a dramatic satire, called The king & miller of Mansfield ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New-Theatre. : Mr. Cooper's sixth night. Saturday evening, January 6, 1810, will be presented, a tragedy ... in 5 acts, called Venice preserved; or, A plot discovered. ... To which will be added ... a new farce, in 2 acts, called Is he a prince. By Prince Hoare, Esq. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New-Theatre. : Mr. Cooper's third night. Monday evening, January 1, 1810, will be presented, a comedy, in 5 acts, called Rule a wife & have a wife ... After which ... a celebrated melo-drame, in 2 acts, called The blind boy. Written by James Kenny ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New-Theatre. : Saturday evening, January 20, 1810, will be presented, a drama, in 5 acts, called The castle spectre. ... To which will be added, a burletta, in 2 acts, called Tom Thumb the great. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New-Theatre. : Saturday evening, January 27, 1810, will be presented, a comedy, in 5 acts, called John Bull. ... To which will be added, a comic opera, in 2 acts, called The poor soldier. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New-Theatre. : The last night but one of Mr. Cooper's engagement. Wednesday evening, January 10, 1810, will be presented, an historical play, called the first part of Henry the Fourth; or, The humours of Sir John Falstaff. ... To which will be added, a musical entertainment, in 2 acts, called Paul and Virginia. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New-Theatre. : Wednesday evening, February 28, 1810, will be presented, a comedy, in 5 acts ... called The man of the world. By the late Charles Macklin ... To which will be added, a musical farce, in 2 acts, called Catch him who can. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New-Theatre. : Wednesday evening, January 24, 1810, will be presented, a romantic drama, in 3 acts, called Adelmorn, the outlaw. By the author of The castle spectre. ... After which ... a musical farce, in 2 acts, called Killing no murder. By Theodore Edward Hook, Esq. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New-Theatre. : Wednesday evening, January 31, 1810, will be presented, a comedy, in 5 acts, called Which is the man? Written by Mrs. Cowley. ... To which will be added, a melo-drame, in 2 acts, called The lady of the rock. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  New-Year's address. : To the generous patrons of the City Gazette. Charleston, January 1, 1811. [Charleston, S.C. : Printed by E.S. Thomas, 1810] 1810
  New-Year's gift. : [Two lines from Matthew] New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl Street., 1810. 1810
  Novel exhibition of natural and artificial curiosities. : The inhabitants of the town of [blank] and its vicinity, are respectfully informed that they can have an opportunity of viewing the following curiosities, at the house of [blank] The learned bear ... A male and female ape from the Rock of Gibraltar. A new museum of wax figures as large as life. ... [Connecticut? : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Obituary. Death of Miss Eliza Van Wyck. [New York : s.n., 1810] 1810
  On the death of Artemas Patridge. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  On the death of Mr. John Gale, / composed by his twin-sister. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  On the death of the Rev. Joseph Cox. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Paedobaptist concessions / extracted from the writings of eminent authors. By John Parkhurst, A.B. [Boston? : s.n., 181-?] 1810
Walter, Austin & Co. Paper warehouse. : Walter, Austin & Co. (New-Haven, Conn.) having become agents for several paper mills ... [New Haven : Printed by Oliver Steele & Co., 1810] 1810
  Parting friends. / Treble by John Adams, Haverhill, Ms. [Haverhill, Mass.? : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Pneumatic fire-pump. [United States : s.n., 181-?] 1810
  Prices current at New Orleans. [New Orleans : s.n., 181-] 1810
  Proposals for printing the journals and bills of the House of Representatives, : at their session of 1809....10. [Lancaster, Pa.] : Benjamin Grimler, printer. [1810] 1810
  Proposals, by a number of the students in the divinity college at Andover, for publishing by subscription A collection of letters, relative to foreign missions: : containing several of Melvill Horne's "Letters on missions" and interesting communications from missionaries in Asia and Africa, interspersed with other extracts. [Andover, Mass. : Printed by Galen Ware?, 1810] 1810
  Prospectus, of a new monthly (or quarterly) publication, upon the plan, and embracing the several subjects herein specified. : The Massachusetts garden, and the patriot's common-place book. [Boston : s.n., 181-?] 1810
  Providence, August 22, 1810. : Sir, From a deep impression of the importance of the approaching election of representatives to Congress, we take the liberty of calling your attention to that subject, and to request your co-operation in the election of Messrs. Jackson and Potter. ... [Providence : s.n., 1810] 1810
  Reports of proceedings had under the act, entitled, "An act regulating arbitrations." [Lancaster, Pa.] : Benjamin Grimler, printer., [1810?] 1810
Republican Party (N.Y. : 1792-1828). General Republican Committee of the City and County of New York. Republican meeting. : At a general meeting of the Republicans of the city and county of New-York, convened by public notice, at the house of Mr. Abraham B. Martling, on Tuesday evening, April 3d, 1810. ... The following resolutions, with the preamble, were unanimously adopted[.] [New York] : Printed by E. Conrad, no. 4, Frankfort-Street., [1810] 1810
Republican Party (N.Y. : 1792-1828) Republican nomination and address. [Albany? : : s.n., 1810] 1810
  Sacred to the memory of the Rev. John Wesley, M.A. : sometime fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford. A man of learning and sincere piety scarcely inferior to any ... [New York] : J.C. Totten, printer, New-York., [between 1810 and 1837] 1810
Yale College (1718-1887) Scheme of the exercises, at the public commencement of Yale-College, Sept. 12th, 1810. [New Haven : s.n., 1810] 1810
  Schöne geistliche auserlesene und sinnreiche Rätzel-Stücklein, aus Gottes Wort zusammen gezogen. [Hannover, Pa. ; Gedruckt bey Starck & Lange, ca. 1810] 1810
Republican Party (N.Y. : 1792-1828). Albany Republican Corresponding Committee. School fund report. To the electors of the state of New-York. : Fellow-citizens, The report of a committee of the House of Assembly, calculated to make the most erroneous impressions, and to inflame your minds against the administration of our present governor, is circulating in every direction throughout the state. ... [Albany : s.n., 1810] 1810
  Second night of The Africans. : Thursday evening, April 19, 1810, will be presented, a new play in 3 acts, interspersed with songs, duetts and choruses, called The Africans; or, War, love and duty. (From the pen of George Coleman [i.e., Colman], Esq. ... To which will be added, a farce in 2 acts, called the Fortune's frolic; or, The true use of riches. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  Seventh and last night of The foundling of the forest. : New Theatre. Monday evening, March 12, will be presented, a celebrated new play, in 3 acts ... called The foundling of the forest. By William Dimond, Esq. ... To which will be added, a farce, in 2 acts, called the Portrait of Cervantes; or, Plot and counterplot. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  Ship Juno, Boston. Bully Rich, commander. [Boston : s.n., 1810 or 1811] 1810
Thomas, Isaiah, 1749-1831. Sir, The history of printing, which has been noticed in the public papers, is now completed, and has issued from the press. : A number of printers, booksellers and others in [blank] and in other parts of the continent, have signified a desire to become purchasers ... I have, therefore, taken the liberty to address you, and to request that ... you would receive ... the names of all those who may apply for one or more copies ... In order to have it made known, how the books may be obtained, &c. &c. please to have the notification on the opposite leaf, published in [blank] ... The commissions for your trouble ... will be one dollar on each set of the books. ... [Worcester, Mass. : Printed by Isaiah Thomas, Jun., 1810] 1810
  Sixth night of The foundling of the forest. : New Theatre. Friday evening, March 9, will be presented, a celebrated new play, in 3 acts ... called The foundling of the forest. By William Dimond, Esq. ... To which will be added, a farce, called The village lawyer. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
Smallpeace, Robert. Smallpeace's meditations, on the various subjects, connected with his professions. [Boston : s.n., 1810] 1810
  Song, written for the 4th of July, 1810. [Keene or Walpole, N.H. : s.n., 1810] 1810
  Songs for the 4th of July and 16th of August. [Bennington, Vt. : Printed by A. Haswell, ca. 1810?] 1810
  Songs. [Bennington, Vt. : Printed by A. Haswell, ca. 1810?] 1810
Sammons, Thomas, 1762-1838. Spirit of 'seventy-six. : From the Albany register. Mr. Sammons' speech. [Salem, Mass.? : s.n., 1810] 1810
  Supreme grand master, most sublime. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Sweet William of Plymouth. [Providence] : Sold wholesale and retail, at no. 78 North Main Street, Providence., [between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Sweet William of Plymouth. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Tales of real life. : Forming a sequel to Miss Edgeworth's Tales of fashionable life. : In two volumes. Vol. I-[II]. [Philadelphia] : Printed and sold by J. & A.Y. Humphreys, 'Change-Walk, corner of Second and Walnut-streets, Philadelphia., 1810. 1810
  Tales of real life. : Forming a sequel to Miss Edgeworth's Tales of fashionable life. : In two volumes. Vol. I-[II]. [New York] : Published and sold by Inskeep & Bradford, New-York. And William McIlhenney, Boston. 1810. J. & A.Y. Humphreys, printers, Philadelphia., [1810] 1810
  Tauf-Schein. Ephrata [Pa.]: : Bey S. Baumann., [181-] 1810
  Thanksgiving anthem. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  The American taxation. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  The Black bird; : consisting of a complete collection of the most admired modern songs. New-York: : Published by Evert Duyckinck, no. 110 Pearl-Street., 1810. 1810
  The Bloody miller : & O cruel. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  The Boston primer; : being an improvement of the New England primer. : Containing, among many other things suitable for young children, Dr. Watts's and the Assembly's catechisms, : with a variety of instructive lessons, hymns, &c. suited to the capacities of children, and de-sigued [sic] to assist them in learning to spell and read. : Adorned with cuts. [Boston] : Printed and sold by Manning & Loring, no. 2, Cornhill, Boston.--, 1810. 1810
  The Carriers address, to the kind patrons of the Newburyport herald. [Newburyport, Mass. : Printed by E.W. Allen, 1810] 1810
  The Carriers of the Freeman's journal, and Philadelphia mercantile advertiser, to their patrons, on the commencement of the New Year. January 1, 1811. [Philadelphia : Published by William M'Corkle, 1810] 1810
  The Carriers of the Independent chronicle, to their liberal patrons. [Boston : Printed by Adams, Rhoades & Co., 1810] 1810
  The Christian pilgrim. [Boston] : N. Coverly, Jun.--printer--Milk-St.--Boston., [between 1810 and 1824] 1810
  The Christian's looking glass. [Massachusetts? : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  The Columbian tragedy, : containing a particular and official account of the brave and unfortunate officers and soldiers who were slain and wounded in the ever memorable bloody Indian battle ... on Friday morning, Nov. 4, 1791; between two thousand Americans, belonging to the united army, and near five thousand wild Indians savages, at Miami-Village, near Fort-Washington, in the Ohio-Country ... [Boston? : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
Second Church of Christ (Sutton, Mass.) The covenant, of the Second Church of Christ in Sutton. : Sutton, December 26, 1793. [Worcester, Mass.? : s.n., 1810?] 1810
  The Crying family. : Tune--Bok and Joan. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  The Downfall of Babylon. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1840?] 1810
  The Duel: or An affair of honor settled by a peaceable quarrel. : Alias--The Battle of the frogs! : "When Greek meets Greek, then comes the tug of war." Providence, (R.I.) : Printed for Thomas Flang., [between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  The Dying Christian. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1840?] 1810
Weikle, Henry. The elegant horse Merry Tom will stand to cover mares this season ... [Norristown, Pa.] : Printed by James Winnard--Norristown., [1810] 1810
  The English and American stage. : Volume VI. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New-York: : Published by David Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository Shakspeare-Gallery., 1809 [i.e., 1810]. 1810
  The English and American stage. : Volume XXVII. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New-York: : Published by D. Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1809 [i.e., 1810]. 1810
  The English and American stage. : Volume XXXI. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New-York: : Published by D. Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1810. 1810
  The English and American stage. : Volume XXXIII. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New-York: : Published by D. Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1810. 1810
  The English and American stage. : Volume XXXIV. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New-York: : Published by D. Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1810. 1810
  The English and American stage. : Volume XXXV. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New-York: : Published by D. Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1810. 1810
  The English and American stage. : Volume XXXVI. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New-York: : Published by D. Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1810. 1810
Russell, P. The escape from Basseterre. : Sold by the author only: who composed the following lines while in the Moro Castle. ... [United States : s.n., 181-?] 1810
  The Essence pedler. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
Sweet William of Plymouth. The fortunate lovers; or Sweet William of Plymouth. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816. The forty thieves: : a grand operatical romance, and brilliant spectacle; in two acts. / By R.B. Sheridan & Colman, Jun. ; As performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London; and also at the Boston Theatre. Boston: : Published by William Turner. Sold at the bookstores., 1810. 1810
  The Gamut, or Scale of music. : For the use of schools. Otsego [N.Y.], : Printed by H. & E. Phinney, Jun, and sold by them wholesale and retail., 1810. 1810
  The Gamut; or, Scale of music, : intended principally for the use of schools. [Hudson, N.Y.] : Printed and sold by A. Sloddard [i.e., Stoddard], Hudson:--where may be had a general assortment of books and stationary., [ca. 1810?] 1810
  The Genius of freedom. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  The Gloom of autumn. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  The Golden bull : a tragical love song. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. Milk-Street,--Boston., [between 1810 and 1816] 1810
  The Golden bull. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  The Gospel ship. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  The Gosport tragedy; : shewing how a young damsel was seduced by a ship-carpenter, who led her into a lonesome wood, and there destroyed her, and the infant with which she was pregnant; how her ghost haunted him when at sea, and he died distracted. : To which is added, Paul Jones, and Mary's dream. Baltimore; : Printed for the purchaser., [181-?] 1810
  The Grecian daughter, or An example of a virtuous wife, : who fed her father with her own milk, he being condemned to be starved to death by Tyberius Cesar emperor of Rome, but was afterwards pardoned, and the daughter highly rewarded. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. Milk-Street--Corner of Theatre Alley, Boston., [between 1810 and 1824] 1810
  The Happy man. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  The History of beasts. : [Two lines from Genesis] New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store. No. 357, Pearl-Street., 1810. 1810
  The History of Capt. Thomas Parismas, : containing a particular account of the cruel and barbarous treatment of a young lady, who was the wife of Mr. James Negotio, an English merchant in the East-Indies. : The history of this innocent and unfortunate lady, is allowed by all those who have perused it, to be one of the most striking accounts that ever appeared in print, and would almost excite tears of blood (even from the eyes of a Nero,) unless every avenue of compassion was shut up. Boston, : Printed by N. Coverly, Jun. Corner Theatre-Alley. Price one dollar per dozen--twelve and a half cents single., [between 1810 and 1824] 1810
Smollett, T. (Tobias), 1721-1771. The history of England, from the revolution to the death of George II. : (Designed as a continuation of Mr. Hume's history.) : In four volumes. / By T. Smollett, M.D. ; Vol. I[-IV]. Philadelphia: : Published by Levis & Weaver, no. 193, Market Street. Thomas L. Plowman, printer., 1810. 1810
  The History of fish. : [Two lines from Genesis] New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store. No. 357, Pearl-Street., 1810. 1810
  The History of insects. : [Two lines from Genesis] New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1810. 1810
Smalley, John, 1734-1820. The inability of the sinner to comply with the Gospel, his inexcusable guilt in not complying with it, and the consistency of these with each other, illustrated, : in two discourses, on John vi, 44. / By John Smalley, D.D. [United States? : s.n., 181-?] 1810
  The Indian philosopher : together with the Young man's dream. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  The Irish robber. : And My old horse. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  The Israelitish hymn. [Greenwich, Mass.?] : For Ebenezer Robinson, Greenwich, Massachusetts., [between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  The Juvenile library: : containing the histories of Sanford and Merton, Martin and James, and The young robber: : designed for the instruction and amusement of youth. New-York: : Printed and sold by J.C. Totten, no. 155 Chatham-street., 1810. 1810
United States. The laws of the United States of America. : In three volumes. Vol. I. : Published by authority. Philadelphia: : Printed for Mathew Carey, 122, Market-Street. 1810. W. M'Culloch, printer., [1810] 1810
  The Lawyer and the vulcan turned thief catcher. [Concord, N.H.? : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  The Little woman and the pedlar: : with the strange distraction that seized her, and the undutiful behaviour of her little dog, on that occasion. : Illustrated with fifteen engravings on copper-plate. New-York: : Printed at the Porcupine Office, and may be had of all the booksellers, twenty-five per cent. less than the London edition., 1810. Price two shillings plain and three shillings coloured, New-York currency. 1810
  The Major of York---or The major's breeches. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  The Major's only son, and his true love's overthrow. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly Jun'r. corner of Theatre Alley.---Boston., [between 1810 and 1824] 1810
  The Major's only son. [Massachusetts? : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  The Nature, design, and general rules of the Methodist societies. : To which is added, an address to class-leaders, and a word of advice to the members: : with an extract from the Rev. John Wesley's Advice to the people called Methodists, with regard to dress. Philadelphia: : Printed for Solomon Wieatt, no. 363, North Second Street., 1810. 1810
  The New dream book or, Interpretation of remarkable dreams, : according to the most celebrated authors, and philosophers, both ancient and modern. Alphabetically arranged. : Wherein are contained, several questions resolved in matters of love and business, by pricking a fortune table. : [Two lines from Genesis] Boston: : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. Milk-Street.--Price 10 cents., [between 1810 and 1824] 1810
  The New dream-book: : interspersed with stories, anecdotes, &c. shewing the signification of all kinds of dreams, apparitions, and remarkable providences, alphabetically arranged, from Scripture and history, according to Aristotle, Artimedorus, Lord Bacon, Baxter, Booker, Cardan, Ashmole, Culpepper, Julianus, Lilly, Themistius, Theopompus, Melancthon, Tryon, &c. Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by John Bioren, no. 88 Chesnut Street., 1810. 1810
  The New-Hampshire almanack, for the year of Christian era, 1811 ... : containing, besides the usual astronomical calculations, &c. a complete plan of New-Hampshire government ... and plans of the senatorial and council districts. [Concord, N.H.] : Published by Joseph Colby, Jun. Price $.6 [sic] a groce--60 cts. a dozen--8 cts. single. For sale at his store in New-London. Printed by Geo. Hough, Concord., [1810] 1810
  The New-Hampshire gazette news-boy's address : to his patrons---for 1811. [Portsmouth, N.H. : Printed by W. Weeks, 1810] 1810
  The Parting hand. [Philadelphia] : Published at no. 28, Mead Alley, Phlda., [between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  The Philometer, or The gauge of His Majesty's "love" towards the Americans. [Charleston, S.C.] : From the press of the Ark, a newspaper about to be published at Charleston, South Carolina, by John H. Sargent., [1810?] 1810
  The Poets inventory. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  The Puzzling cap, : being a choice collection of riddles. : Ornamented with cuts. Boston: : Printed for, and sold by the book-sellers, 1810. 1810
  The Puzzling cap: : being a choice collection of riddles. : Ornamented with engravings. Albany: : Printed by E. and E. Hosford., 1810. 1810
  The Reformed rake, : together with Bruce's address to his army. [Massachusetts? : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  The Reformed rake, : together with Bruce's adress [sic] to his army. [Massachusetts? : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  The Seven Wonders of the World. : And other magnificent buildings, &c. ; [One line from Ecclesiastes] New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1810. 1810
Westminster Assembly (1643-1652) The shorter catechism, agreed upon by the Reverend Assembly of Divines at Westminster. Boston: : Printed by Manning & Loring. Sold wholesale and retail at their bookstore, no. 2, Cornhill., [ca. 1810] 1810
  The Spanish patriots. [United States : s.n., ca. 1810] 1810
  The Tears of sympathy. : On the death of Joseph S. Hixon, a much esteemed classmate. [Cambridge, Mass.? : s.n., 1810] 1810
  The Traveling preacher. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  The True preacher. : A lecture for the clergy, of all denominations. [Greenwich, Mass. : Printed by John Howe, between 1810 and 1818?] 1810
  The Trumpet of glory. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  The Uncle's present, : a new battledoor. [Philadelphia? : Jacob Johnson, 1810?] 1810
  The Union. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., 181-?] 1810
  The United States' spelling book, : with appropriate reading lessons: being an easy standard for spelling, reading and pronouncing the English language, according to the rules established by John Walker, in his Critical and pronouncing dictionary. / By sundry experienced teachers. ; [Two lines from Humphreys] Pittsburgh, : Printed and published by Cramer, Spear & Eichbaum and sold at the Franklin Head Bookstore, in Market, between Front and Second Streets., 1810. 1810
  The Universal dream dictionary; : shewing the signification of all manner of dreams, alphabetically arranged. New-York: : Published by Evert Duyckinck., 1810. 1810
  The Unknown world composed on the tolling of a bell. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. Milk-Street, Boston., [between 1810 and 1824] 1810
  The Western Solomon, : tune--Washington's march. : And the Soldier's return. [Boston] : Printed by N. Coverly, no. 16, Milk-Street, Boston., [between 1810 and 1824] 1810
  The Wonderful adventures & discoveries of Capt. Lemuel Gulliver. [United States? : s.n., 181-?] 1810
  The Wonderful life and adventures of Robinson Crusoe. : Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press, New-Haven., 1810. 1810
  The Young child's A B C, or First book. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press., 1810. 1810
  The Young man's dream. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Third night of The foundling of the forest. : New Theatre. Monday evening, February 19, will be presented, a celebrated new play, in 3 acts, (interspersed with songs) called The foundling of the forest. By William Dimond, Esq. ... To which will be added, a farce, in 2 acts, called The Irishman in London. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
Thomson, Samuel, 1769-1843. Three crafts, : described in long metre. : (Tune--False are the men of high degree.) [United States : s.n., 181-?] 1810
  Tid, the grey mare, : together with Mary's dream. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Time and eternity. Or The difference between to-day and to-morrow. : Being a looking glass for saints and sinners. [United States : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  To the millers of the United States. : Take notice--that Congress did on the 21st day of January, 1808, pass the following act: An act for the relief of Oliver Evans. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1810] 1810
  To the people of Maryland. : Fellow citizens,--Let not the length of this address deter you from giving it an attentive perusal, and the most solemn consideration. : An important state election is at hand, and the Federalists are making uncommon exertions to carry their purpose, by a systematic plan and course of delusion, sophistry, and downright misrepresentation. ... [Maryland : s.n., 1810?] 1810
  To the physician of the Boston Dispensary. : I recommend [blank] to the care of the dispensary, believing [blank] to be a proper object of this charity. ... [Boston : s.n., ca. 1810] 1810
  Tom Bolin. [Massachusetts? : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Truxton's victory [Massachusetts? : s.n., 181-?] 1810
  Truxton's victory [United States : s.n., 181-?] 1810
  Truxton's victory. : And Female drummer. [Boston : Sold by Thomas Wells?, 181-?] 1810
Swoope, Jacob, -1832. Washington City April 28, 1810. : Dear Sir, At the commencement of the session, we were presented by the president with a view of our national concerns. ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1810] 1810
Rhea, John, 1753-1832. Washington, April 20, 1810. : John Rhea, of Tennessee, to his constituents. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1810] 1810
  Willig's new instructions for the German flute : containing the easiest & most modern methods for learners to play. : To which is added the method of double tongueing &c. : The whole rendered perfectly easy to every capacity : Price 75 cents. Philadelphia : Published and sold at G. Willig's Musical Magazine., [between 1810 and 1813] 1810
  Winter establishment. : Time of arrival and departure of the stages in Worcester. [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., between 1810 and 1830?] 1810
  Wisdom in miniature, or The young gentleman and lady's magazine, : being a collection of sentences divine and moral. : [Two lines of quotation] : Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press. New-Haven,, 1810. 1810
  Witchcraft, murder, sorcery, &c. : The wonderful life and remarkable trial of Mary Bateman, of Leeds in Yorkshire, for the murder of Mrs. Perigo, of Bramley, in that county, first giving her poison, which she was to take in a pudding as a charm against illness and witchcraft ... [Boston] : Printed by N. Coverly, Jun. corner Theatre Alley. Price one dollar fifty cents per dozen, 12 cents single., [1810?] 1810
Thomas, Isaiah, 1773-1819. Worcester, March 12, 1810. : Having established a bookstore at Boston, at which place I shall in future give my personal attention, and transact all my wholesale and exchange business, I have taken the liberty to annex my exchange list, also of such stock as I hold for cash ... [Worcester, Mass. : Printed by Isaiah Thomas, 1810] 1810
Stein, Johannes. Zuruf eines Lehrers, an seine Confirmanten; am Tage der Confirmation. [Pennsylvania? : s.n., between 1810 and 1840] 1810
  (The bank question, now before Congress, is more interesting than that of our foreign relations. ...) : Memorial, against the renewal of the charter of the United States Bank. To the Senate and House of Representatives in Congress of the United States ... [United States : s.n., 1811] 1811
  1811th hymn, 35th part. : Common metre. [United States : s.n., 1811] 1811
Wyeth, John, 1770-1858. A catalogue, of books, for sale by John Wyeth corner of Market Square, Harrisburgh. [Harrisburg, Pa. : John Wyeth], April, 1811. 1811
Walker, John, 1732-1807. A critical pronouncing dictionary, and expositor of the English language ... : to which are prefixed, principles of pronunciation ... : likewise, rules to be observed by the natives of Scotland, Ireland, and London, for avoiding their respective peculiarities, and directions to foreigners, for acquiring a knowledge of the use of this dictionary : the whole interspersed with observations, etymological, critical, and grammatical / by John Walker, author of Elements of elocution, Rhyming dictionary, &c. &c. ; [Two lines of quotation] Philadelphia: : Published by E. Earle & Co.; B.B. Hopkins & Co.; T.&W. Bradford; Johnson & Warner; Bennet & Walton; Kimber & Conrad; M. Carey; B.&T. Kite; B.C. Buzby; and S. Pike. Printed by John Bouvier, Bellavista, Hamilton Village., 1811. 1811
  A Few considerations in favor of an application for an act to incorporate the sockholders [sic] of the city bank. [New York? : s.n., 1811 or 1812] 1811
Smith, John Rubens, 1775-1849. A panorama of Boston, and its vicinity. : Painted by Messrs Smith & Worrall. [Boston : s.n., 1811 or 1812] 1811
  A Remarkable narrative of the captivity and escape of Mrs. Frances Scott, an inhabitant of Washington County, Vir. Leominster [Mass.]: : Printed by Salmon Wilder., 1811. 1811
  A Selection of hymns and spiritual songs from the best authors* and collections extant: : with a number never before published. / By Starke Dupuy. ; [Four lines from Psalms] ; *I excepted Dr. Watt's Hymns and psalms in my proposals, because they were so very common. Nevertheless, my attachment to them is so very singular, that I could not after all, persuade myself to leave them entirely out--have collected a few, chiefly on the Supper. Frankfort [Ky.]: : Printed by William Gerard., 1811. 1811
  Additional hymns, for the use of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States. : Set forth in General Convention, 1808. Boston: : Published by Charles Williams, no. 8, State-Street. Elam Bliss, agent. J.T. Buckingham, printer., 1811. 1811
  Address of the carriers of the Centinel, to its patrons, Boston, January 1st, 1812. [Boston : Printed by William Burdick, 1811] 1811
  An Appeal to Christians; or, The best way to defend the Bible. [Boston] : Sold by Lincoln & Edmands, no. 53, Cornhill. Price, 2,25 cts. a hundred--4 cts. single., [ca. 1811] 1811
  An Appeal to Christians; or, The best way to defend the Bible. [United States : s.n., ca. 1811?] 1811
  An Appeal to Christians; or, The best way to defend the Bible. [United States : s.n., ca. 1811?] 1811
  Anecdotes and a song. [United States : s.n., 1811] 1811
Spalding, Lyman, 1775-1821. Bill of mortality, for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A.D. 1810. / By Lyman Spalding, M.D. [Portsmouth, N.H. : s.n., 1811] 1811
State Bank (Boston, Mass.) Boston, [blank] 181[blank]. For value received, [blank] promise to pay John P. Clark, Esq. cashier of the State Bank, or to his successor or successors, in that office, or to his or their order, at the State Bank in Boston, [blank] dollars [blank] cents, in [blank] days from date, and grace. [Boston : s.n., 1811?] 1811
Taylor & Gamage. Boston, October [blank] 1811. : Having established ourselves as auctioneers and commission merchants, under the firm of Taylor & Gamage, we take the liberty of soliciting your patronage ... [Boston : s.n., 1811] 1811
  Call of Congress. Providence, Monday morning, July 29, 1811. : By a packet which arrived this morning from New-York, we have received the following. [Providence] : Printed at the Gazette-Office., [1811] 1811
Samuel Whiting & Co. Catalogue of books, for sale by Samuel Whiting & Co. : Theological and classical booksellers, no. 96 Broadway, New-York. [New York : S. Whiting & Co., 1811] 1811
Yale College (1718-1887) Catalogue of the faculty and students of Yale-College, November, 1811. [New Haven] : Walter & Steele, printers., [1811] 1811
United States. Congress (12th, 1st session : 1811-1812) Congressional directory, for 1811--1812. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1811] 1811
Virginia. Council of State. Council chamber, April 23d, 1811. : The following advice was adopted by the Council of State for the commonwealth of Virginia, on Tuesday the 23d April. ... that, until the appointment of a governor by the legislature, all such bonds and recognizances shall be given, "to George William Smith, lieutenant governor ... now exercising the functions of governor and to his successors in the office of governor" ... [Richmond : s.n., 1811] 1811
  Cramer's magazine almanack for 1812. [Pittsburgh] : Franklin Head Bookstore. Market, between Front and Second streets, Pittsburgh. Cramer, Spear & Eichbaum, printers and booksellers, have lately made the following publications ..., [1811] 1811
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Divine and moral songs, for children. / By Isaac Watts, D.D. ; To which are added catechism and prayers. Boston: : Printed, and sold wholesale and retail, By Samuel T. Armstrong, Cornhill., 1811. 1811
  Early Christian instruction, : in the form of a dialogue, between a mother and a child. [Stanford, N.Y.] : London--printed; Stanford: re-printed, and sold by Daniel Lawrence., 1811. 1811
  Eine Kurzgefasste Geschichte der Bibel. Philadelphia: : Gedruckt bey C. Zentler., 1811. 1811
  Eine Vortrefliche Predigt, welche von der besten Gemüthsverfassung handelt, um den Versuchungen zur Sünde glücklich zu widerstehen. : Text, 1 Buch Mosis 39, v. 9. Wie sollte ich denn nun ein solch gross Uebel thun, und wider Gott sündigen? Hannover, in Pennsylvanien; : Gedruckt bey Starck und Lange., 1811. 1811
  Elements of spherics. : Published for the use of the junior students, in Union College. : Copy right secured. Schenectady [N.Y.], : Printed by William S. Buell., 1811. 1811
  Evangelical hymns and spiritual songs, : designed for public worship and private devotion. / By various authors. Bennington, Vermont, : Printed by William Haswell., 1811. 1811
  Exercises, at the ordination of Mr. Samuel Cooper Thacher, in the New South Meeting House [Boston], May 15th, 1811. [Boston : s.n., 1811] 1811
  For the benefit of Mr. Paine; author of the epilogue to The poor lodger. : This evening, Wednesday, February 6th, 1811, will be presented, for the last time, a new comedy, in 5 acts, founded on the novel of "Evelina," called, The poor lodger. Written by William C. White, Esq. ... : the epilogue, written by R.T. Paine, Jr. Esq. ... : To which will be added ... a grand melo drama, in 3 acts, called, Tekeli ... [Boston : s.n., 1811] 1811
T. K. Jones & Co. India sales. : On Thursday, the 17th August, 1811, will be sold by public auction, at T.K. Jones & Co.'s office, no. 20, Kilby Street [Boston], 150 bales Calcutta & Madras goods, received by brigs Reaper and Charon. ... [Boston : s.n., 1811] 1811
  Life of Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of the French, King of Italy, and protector of the Rhenish Confederation. New-York: : Published by E. Duyckinck, Pearl-Street. G. Bunce, printer., 1811. 1811
  Memoirs of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences. Vol. I.--Part II. New-Haven, : Printed by Oliver Steele and Co., 1811. 1811
  Memoirs of the little man, and the little maid. : So wonderfully contrived, as to be either sung or said. : Illustrated with curious engravings. Philadelphia: : Published and sold wholesale by Wm. Charles, and may be had of all the booksellers. Price plain, 13 1-4 cents. Coloured, 31 1-2 cents. 1811. W. M'Culloch, printer., [1811] 1811
Sands, Benjamin. Metamorphosis; or, A transformation of pictures, : with poetical explanations, for the amusement of young persons. Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by Joseph Rakestraw, no. 248, North Third Street., 1811. 1811
Sabbatarian General Conference. Minutes of the Sabbatarian General Conference. : The Sabbatarian General Conference, held at Hopkinton, state of Rhode-Island, Sept. 12, A.D. 1811. [Norwich, Conn.] : R. Hubbard, printer, Norwich., [1811] 1811
  Mr. Morse's benefit. : This evening (Thursday,) December 26, 1811, will be presented ... a much admired drama, in five acts, called Adelmorn: the outlaw. Written by M.G. Lewis ... : End of the drama, a burlesque ballad, written by G.W. Alston, Esq. called, The paint king! : To which will be added ... the patriotic play ... Bunker Hill: or The death of General Warren. ... [Boston : s.n., 1811] 1811
  Mrs. Sarah Danforth, : wife of Mr. Job Danforth, died March 5, 1811, aged 58 years and 6 months. [Providence : s.n., 1811] 1811
  My friend, or incidents in life, : founded on truth, a trifle for children. Philadelphia: : Printed for Johnson and Warner, no. 147, Market Street., 1811. 1811
  Neujahrs-Wunsch des Herumträgers des Readinger Adlers, an seine Kunden, : bey dem Eintritt des Jahrs 1812. [Reading, Pa. : Gedruckt bey Johann Ritter und Comp., 1811] 1811
  New Year's bulletin. Or, Address of the carriers of the New-York gazette to their customers. : January 1st. 1812. [New York : Printed by Lang and Turner, 1811] 1811
  News-boy's address to the patrons of the New-Hampshire patriot. [Concord, N.H. : Printed by I. & W.R. Hill, 1811] 1811
  No. II. : In the year 1811, the Rev. Ezra Stiles Ely, published what he was pleased to call "A contrast between Calvinism and Hopkinsanism [sic]." ... It may, therefore, be fairly presumed, that the sentiments advanced and advocated in Mr. Ely's Contrast, are the sentiments, which, at this day, in this country, are reputed genuine Calvinism. To show how much these sentiments differ from ancient Calvinism, and how nearly ancient Calvinism coincides with Hopkinsianism, I will here exhibit, on a few points, a contrast, consisting of extracts from Ely's Contrast and Calvin's Institutes. [United States : s.n., not before 1811] 1811
United States. President (1809-1817 : Madison) Office of the Boston gazette, Nov. 8th, 1811--9 o'clock. : At an early hour this morning, we were put in possession of the president's message, communicated to Congress on Tuesday last. ... [Boston : Printed by Russell and Cutler, 1811] 1811
  Philalethian tractates. [Providence? : Published by the Evangelical Fraternity, 1811?] 1811
  Plain truths in plain language. [Boston : s.n., 1811] 1811
  Providence, Thursday, April 25, 1811. : Late and interesting intelligence from France, Spain and Portugal. [Providence] : Printed at the Gazette-Office., [1811] 1811
  Refutation of the claim of John Livingston, Esquire, : to lands in the western district of the state of New-York, under certain Indian leases; : together with the opinions of counsel thereon. [New York? : s.n.], 1811. 1811
Smith, James, 1737-1812. Remarkable occurrences, lately discovered among the people called Shakers, of a treasonous & barbarous nature, or Shakerism developed. / By James Smith. ; [Eleven lines from Isaiah] Lynchburg Virginia, : Printed by Jacob Haas., 1811. 1811
  Reports of Sabbath School, no. 1. and First Female Sabbath School, in the city of Charleston. Charleston, S.C. : Printed for the societies by J. Hoff, no. 118, Broad-Street., 1819. 1811
Republican Party (R.I. : 1792-1828) Republican convention prox of general officers, for 1811. : Republicanism, union and American influence. : His Excellency James Fenner, governor. His Honor Isaac Wilbour, lieutenant-governor. ... [Providence? : s.n., 1811] 1811
  Right of suffrage. : The following is the suffrage bill which originated in and passed the Senate of this state, at the last session of the General Assembly, and was met in the House by a postponement. ... [Providence? : s.n., 1811] 1811
Smith, Robert, 1757-1842. Robert Smith's address to the people of the United States. [New Bedford, Mass.] : Printed at Baltimore. Re-printed at New-Bedford., 1811. 1811
Smith, Robert, 1757-1842. Robert Smith's address, to the people of the United States, : together with Mr. Madison's defence; and some additional remarks. [United States : s.n., 1811] 1811
  Roman Catholic manual, or Collection of prayers, anthems, hymns, &c. : With the approbation of the Rt. Rev. Bishop. Boston: : Printed by J.T. Buckingham, Winter-Street., 1811. 1811
Throop, Josiah. Sacred poetry, / composed by Josiah Throop, Esq. Utica [N.Y.]: : Printed by Ira Merrell., 1811. 1811
  Select hymns, for the Christian in retirement. : [One line of quotation] : To which are added, emblems of mortality. [New Haven] : Sidney's Press., 1811. 1811
Wilkinson, Rebecca. Sermons to children. : To which are added, short hymns, suited to the subjects. : With original and elegant [cuts]. / By a lady. Philadelphia: : Published by Johnson & Warner, no. 147, Market Street. J. Bouvier, printer., 1810 [i.e.,1811]. 1811
  Short stories for young people. : Contents. 1. The little hopper. 2. The white chicken. 3. Charlotte. 4. The sly child. 5. The untidy girls. 6. The good child. Hanover, N.H. : Printed by & for Charles Spear,, 1811. 1811
Sanford, Clark, 1764-1819. Sir, The importance of making any improvement in the preparation of so valuable a medicine as the Peruvian bark is obviously so great ... [Connecticut? : s.n., 1811] 1811
  Solemnities at the funeral of the Rev. Dr. Eckley. [Boston : Printed by John Eliot, Jr., 1811] 1811
  Song, for the 4th July 1811. : --Tune, Rise Columbia. [United States : s.n., 1811] 1811
  Statement of mills for spinning cotton, of which an account has been received. [United States : s.n., 1811] 1811
  Supplement to the musical primer, : containing a variety of plain and simple tunes. / By Andrew Law. ; Printed upon the author's new plan. Philadelphia: : Printed for the author, by Robert & William Carr, no. 51, Sansom Street., [1811] 1811
Valentin et Orson (French romance). English. The adventures of Valentine and Orson. : A tale for youth. Boston: : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun., corner of Theatre Alley, price one dollar per dozen--12 1/2 cents single., [1811?] 1811
Valentin et Orson (French romance). English. The adventures of Valentine and Orson. : A tale for youth. Otsego [N.Y.]: : Printed by H. & E. Phinney, Jun. and sold by them wholesale and retail., 1811. 1811
Webster, Noah, 1758-1843. The American spelling book; : containing, the rudiments of the English language, : for the use of schools in the United States. / By Noah Webster, Esq. Brattleborough, Vt. : Printed by William Fessenden., 1811. 1811
  The Carrier of the Essex register, presents its patrons, with the compliments of the season, the following address. [Salem, Mass. : Printed by Warwick Palfray, 1811] 1811
  The Carrier's address to the patrons of the Newburyport herald. [Newburyport, Mass. : Printed by E.W. Allen, 1811] 1811
  The Carriers of the Independent chronicle, to their generous patrons, : on the commencement of the year, 1812. [Boston : Printed by Adams, Rhoades & Co., 1811] 1811
  The Centre watchmen's New Year's address. [United States : s.n., 1811] 1811
  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. Printed, typographically, at Albany, : by Websters & Skinner and Daniel Steele, (proprietors of the copy-right,) and sold at their respective book stores, at the corner of State and Pearl-streets, and a few doors south of the old city-hall, in Court-Stree 1811
  The English and American stage. : Volume VIII. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New-York. : Published by David Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1809 [i.e., 1811]. 1811
  The English and American stage. : Volume XI. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New-York: : Published by David Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository Shakspeare-Gallery., 1809 [i.e., 1811]. 1811
  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 adapted to the different classes of learners," &c. ; From the eighth English edition. New-York: : Printed and sold by Collins & Co. no. 189, Pearl-Street., 1811. 1811
  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, adapted to the different classes of learners," &c. Newburyport [Mass.] : Published by Edward Little & Co. and sold wholesale and retail at their book store, Market-Square. 1811. Wm. B. Allen, printer, Haverhill, Mass., [1811] 1811
  The Following address carries upon its front indisputable evidence of truth and authenticity. : ... The subject itself is a sufficient recommendation to the Republicans of this state ... having been first circulated by Colonel Henry Smith, Hon. Christopher Ellery, Samuel Thurber, Esq. and Colonel Seth Wheaton; than whom none are more zealously attached to the interest of the Republican Party. It was published soon after the election of Jeremiah B. Howell, Esq. to the rank of a Senator of the United States. ... [Providence? : s.n., 1811] 1811
  The Gospel treasury: : containing biography; / compiled chiefly from the London evangelical magazine. By William Collier, A.M. Pastor of the Baptist Church in Charlestown, Massachusetts. ; [Six lines of quotations] ; In four volumes. Vol. II. Boston: : Printed and sold by Samuel T. Armstrong., 1811. 1811
  The History and adventures of little Eliza, a companion to little William; : illustrated with a series of elegant figures. : [Twelve lines of verse, with caption: Eliza in the garden reading a little book] Philadelphia: : Published and sold wholesale by Wm. Charles, and may be had of all the booksellers. 1811. W. M'Culloch, printer., [1811] 1811
  The History of beasts. : [Two lines from Genesis] New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood, at the Juvenile Book-store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1811. 1811
  The History of Jack, and his eleven brothers; : displaying the various adventures they encountered in their travels, &c. Baltimore: : Published by A. Miltenberger, J. Vance & Co., and F. Lucas. A. Miltenberger, print., 1811. 1811
  The Jovial songster: : being a number of the most celebrated--love--and sea songs. [Charlestown, Mass.] : Printed & sold by J. White, Main-Street, Charlestown.--, 1811. 1811
  The Managers have the pleasure of announcing to the public, : that they have engaged, previous to his departure for England, Mr. Cooke, for nine nights. ... : This evening (Monday) December 30, will be presented, the tragedy, in five acts, called, Richard, III. ... : To which will be added, for the second time in Boston, the new musical afterpiece, in 2 acts, called, Yes or no? ... [Boston : s.n., 1811] 1811
  The Musical olio. Hartford : Published by Peter B. Gleason and Co., 1811. 1811
  The Power of truth: : an authentic history of a poor villager. Boston: : Sold by Lincoln & Edmands, no. 53, Cornhill., [1811?] 1811
  The Primer improved; or The child's companion. : Embracing the usual variety in a primer: : likewise, a minor catechism for young children; Dr. Watts' catechism for children; The Westminster Assembly's Shorter catechism; and the highly excellent hymns of Dr. Watts, entitled Divine songs. : Designed to impress upon the tender minds of children the importance of early piety. Middlebury, Vt. : Printed by T.C. Strong, for the Ver. Miss. Society--sold by their general agent, W.G. Hooker, at $3.00 a hundred. Price, single, 8 cents., [1811?] 1811
  The Reprobate's reward or A looking-glass for disobedient children. : Being a full and true account of a barbarous and bloody murder of one Elizabeth Wood, by her own son. : To which is added an account of a whole family of murderers. Philadelphia : [s.n.], 1811. 1811
  The Royal alphabet. : Embellished with cuts. : Designed for the amusement and use of little children. Hanover, N.H. : Printed by & for Charles Spear., 1811. 1811
  The Seven Wonders of the World; : and other magnificent buildings, &c. : [One line frm Ecclesiastes] New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1811. 1811
  The Sister's gift: or, The naughty boy reformed. : Published for the advantage for the rising generation. : Ornamented with cuts. Hartford: : Printed by Peter B. Gleason & Co., 1811. 1811
  The Story of Joseph and his brethren. : In three parts. Written for the benefit of youth. : To which is added, The awful death of an impious youth: a fragment. Philadelphia: : Published by D. Hogan, no. 249, Market Street., 1811. 1811
  The Testament of the twelve patriarchs, the sons of Jacob. / Translated out of Greek into Latin by Robert Grosthead [i.e., Grosseteste], sometime Bishop of Lincoln; and out of his copy into French and Dutch by others; and now Englished. ; To the truth whereof an ancient Greek copy, written on parchment, is kept in the University Library of Cambridge. Cambridge [Mass.] : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, for Jonas Wyeth, Jun., 1811. 1811
  The United States primer, improved, and adapted to the comprehension and instruction of children. Otsego [N.Y.], : Printed by H. & E. Phinney, Jun. and sold by them wholesale and retail., 1811. 1811
  The Wonderful adventures & discoveries of Captain Lemuel Gulliver. Philada. [i.e., Philadelphia] : Pubd. 1811 by William Charles., [1811] 1811
  The Wonderful history of an enchanted castle, : kept by Giant Grumbo, the most humane and tender-hearted giant in the known world. : Ornamented with engravings. Albany. : Priinted by E. & E. Hosford., 1811. 1811
  The Youth's cabinet of nature, for the year; : containing curious particulars characteristic of each month. : Intended to direct young people to the innocent and agreeable employment of observing nature. : [Six lines of verse] New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1811. 1811
  The Youth's director, or A series of miscellaneous thoughts and reflections on conversations & actions. : [Three lines from Cicero] St. Albans, (Vt.) : Printed by Whitney & Willard, for the author., 1811. 1811
  The youth's director. or A series of miscellaneous thoughts & reflections on conversation & actions. : [Three lines from Cicero.] St. Albans [Vt.]: : Printed for the author., 1811. 1811
  This evening (Friday,) December 27, 1811, : will be presented ... a drama, in five acts, called, The American captive: or, Siege of Tripoli. ... : After the play ... the new musical afterpiece, in one act, called, Music mad! Written by J. Hooke [i.e., music by James Hook; text by Theodore Edward Hook] ... : To which will be added, a pantomime, in 1 act, called, Hurry scurry: or Harlequin's frolic, and the village in an uproar! ... [Boston : s.n., 1811] 1811
Spring, Samuel, 1746-1819. Three sermons to little children: on the nature and beauty of the dutiful temper, : with extracts from various authors. Newburgh, N.Y. : Printed by Lewis and Crowell for E. Lewis., 1811. 1811
Soldier of '76. To our Repubican [sic] brethren. : Treachery, baseness and falsehood. : Such, fellow Republicans, are the arts by which DeWitt Clinton has obtained his present influence and power. ... [New York (State) : s.n., 1811] 1811
Townsend, John, 1757-1826. To the aged. [Boston] : Printed by John Eliot, no. 5, Court Street, Boston., [not before 1811] 1811
  To the clergy of Connecticut. [Hartford] [Peter B. Gleason & C. print.] [1811] 1811
  To the patrons of the Newport Mercury, the carrier presents the compliments of the season, and the following address. [Newport, R.I. : Printed by Rousmaniere & Barber, 1811] 1811
  To the Republican citizens of the state of Rhode-Island. : Having been informed, that, in different parts of the state, reports were circulated, with an intention to induce the belief that we have become reconciled to the re-election of Governour Fenner ... We hereby declare that we remain firm and determined in our opposition; convinced that Republicanism can only be revived, in this state, by the prostration of His Excellency. ... [Providence : s.n., 1811] 1811
  Treason detected! or The Federal circular exposed. : Republicans of Massachusetts!! Federal circulars, printed at one of their printing-offices on a Sunday, have been dispersed very extensively through the state ... [Boston : Printed by Adams, Rhoades & Co., 1811] 1811
Washington, George, 1732-1799. Washington's farewell address, to the people of the United States. : Published for the Washington Benevolent Society. Hudson [N.Y.]: : Printed by William E. Norman, no. 2, Warren-Street., 1811. 1811
  Whimsical incidents, or The power of music : a poetic tale by a near relation of Old Mother Hubbard. Philadelphia : Published and sold wholesale by Wm. Charles., 1811. 1811
Russell, Winslow, 1775-1811. Winslow Russell's address to the public. : Printed and sold for the benefit of his wife and children. [United States : s.n., 1811] 1811
  Winter establishment, for the Boston, Hartford, New-York, and Albany mail stages. : The proprietors of the above stages, inform their friends and the public, that they will run their stages on the different routs [sic], in the following manner ... [Boston : s.n., 1811] 1811
  Winter. [New York] : Printed & sold by Samuel Wood, at the Juvenile Book Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street, New-York., 1811. 1811
Woburn (Mass.) Woburn, August 25th, 1811. : To Mr. [blank] You are hereby requested to fill up this list, as your valuation ... [Charlestown, Mass.? : s.n., 1811] 1811
Tennessee. [Acts passed at the second session of the ninth General Assembly, of the state of Tennessee, : begun and held at Nashville, on Monday the seventh day of September, one thousand eight hundred and twelve, together with one act passed at the first session of the said ninth General Assembly. : Published by authority.] [Nashville? : s.n., 1812?] 1812
  [Cramer's Pittsburgh magazine almanack, for the year of our Lord 1813 ...] [Pittsburgh : Printed and published by Cramer, Spear & Eichbaum, 1812] 1812
  A Defence of the rights of the people in the election of a president. [North Carolina : s.n., 1812?] 1812
  A Grand selection, from Handel's sacred oratorios, at the Stone Chapel, : under the direction of Dr. Jackson, with the assistance of many respectable vocal and instrumental amateurs of this town, and the Theatrical Band. Leader of the band, Mr. Graupner. [Boston : s.n., ca. 1812?] 1812
  A memoir on the present military posture of the affairs of the United States, and on the means by which the measures of the government may be rendered more efficient than they have been since the declaration of war. [United States : s.n., 1812] 1812
  A Selection of hymns, from various authors, : designed as a supplement to the Methodist pocket hymn-book; / compiled under the direction of Bishop Asbury, and published by order of the General Conference. ; [Three lines from Colossians] New-York: : Published by Daniel Hitt and Thomas Ware, for the Methodist Connexion in the U. States. Paul & Thomas, printers., 1812. 1812
  A Short history of the Bible and Testament, : with 48 neat engravings. New-York: : Printed by Pelsue and Gould, no, 3 New-Street., 1812. 1812
  A True abstract, of the statement of the several banks in the commonwealth of Massachusetts, : rendered in June 1811, and January 1812. : Printed by order of both branches of the General Court. Attest, Benjamin Homans, secretary of the commonwealth. [Boston : s.n., 1812] 1812
  Abrégé de la grammaire espagnole. : Adoptée et mise en practique par le collége d'Orléans. A la Nouvelle-Orléans, : Chez L. Fourcand, imprimeur-libraire, rue de Chartres, no. 8., 1812. 1812
United States. Acts in relation to volunteer military corps, : passed at the session of 1811-12. Printed at Portsmouth [N.H.] : by S. Whidden., [1812] 1812
  Additional hymns to Dr. Belknap's collection of psalms and hymns. [Boston : s.n., 1817] 1812
  Address of the carrier of the Boston Weekly messenger, to his highly respected friends and patrons. [Boston : Printed by James Cutler, 1812] 1812
  Address of the carriers of the Independent chronicle, to their patrons on the commencement of the year 1813. [Boston : Printed by Adams, Rhoades & Co., 1812] 1812
Simmons, Amelia. American cookery: or, The art of dressing viands, fish, poultry, and vegetables. And the best mode of making puff pastes, pies, tarts, puddings, custards and preserves. And all kinds of cakes, from the imperial plumb to plain cake. : Adapted to this country and all grades of life. / By an American orphan. Walpole, N.H. : Printed for Elijah Brooks., 1812. 1812
United States. An act to prohibit American vessels from proceeding to or trading with the enemies of the United States and for other purposes. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1812] 1812
  An Appeal to the people of Pennsylvania, from the decision of their representatives in Congress, on the question of peace or war. Philadelphia: : [s.n.], 1812. 1812
  An Elegy on the death of the Reverend Joseph Stevens Buckminster, : the beloved pastor of the church in Brattle Street, Boston, who departed this life June 9 [1812], in the 29th year of his age. [Boston : s.n., 1812] 1812
Willison, John, 1680-1750. An example of plain catechising upon the Assembly's Shorter catechism: : humbly offered as an help for instructing the young and ignorant in the knowledge of the principles and duties of the Christian religion, with the grounds thereof, and that in a very comprehensive manner. : With a preface, briefly demonstrating the truth of the Christian religion, and the unreasonableness of infidelity. / By the Rev. Mr. John Willison, minister of the Gospel in Dundee. ; [One line from Timothy] Trenton [N.J.]: : Published by D. Fenton, nearly opposite the Bank., 1812. 1812
Rowson, Mrs., 1762-1824. An original song, written for the anniversary meeting of St. John's Lodge, in aid of their "charity fund." : Charity. [Boston : s.n., 1812] 1812
  Arise! ye patriot spirits! rise [United States : s.n., 1812] 1812
  Baker boy's wish. [United States : s.n., 1812] 1812
Spalding, Lyman, 1775-1821. Bill of mortality, for Portsmouth, Newhampshire, for A.D. 1811. / By Lyman Spalding, M.D. [Portsmouth, N.H. : s.n., 1812] 1812
  Blossoms of poetry. : Selected from Pope, Young, Hervey, &c. &c. Pittsburgh: : Printed for James Moorhead, by S. Engles & Co., 1812. 1812
  Boston and Albany mail stage. Summer establishment. : We the subscribers proprietors of the Boston and Albany line of stages, will commence running the summer establishment the last Monday in April next ... [Northampton, Mass. : s.n., 1812] 1812
West & Richardson. Boston, September, 1812. : Sir, The publishers of the Massachusetts register, desirous that it should convey the most correct information, respectfully solicit your assistance in revising its errors, and supplying such new articles, as in your opinion may be generally useful for the Register of 1813 ... [Boston : West & Richardson, Manning & Loring, 1812] 1812
  Celebration of American independence, : at Worcester, on the 4th of July, 1812. [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1812] 1812
Republican Party (N.Y. : 1792-1828). General Republican Committee of the City and County of New York. Circular. : The General Republican Committee for the City and County of New York, to the Republicans of the southern district. [New York : s.n., 1812] 1812
Religious Charitable Society in the County of Worcester, Mass. Constitution for a branch of the Religious Charitable Society in the County of Worcester. [Worcester, Mass.? Printed by Isaac Sturtevant? 1812] 1812
Washington Union Society. Constitution of the Washington Union Society. [United States : s.n., 1812] 1812
  Crush treason! Defeat intrigue!! Save the Union!!! : Mr. Strong, the "patriotick proceedings," and John Henry [Worcester, Mass. : Printed by Henry Rogers, 1812] 1812
  Des Landmanns Freund, oder, Ganz neuer westlicher Calender, auf das Jahr unsers Herrn und Heylandes Jesu Christi, 1813. ... : Nach dem pennsylvanischen Horizont und Nordhöhe berechnet; jedoch in denen angrenzenden Staaten von Maryland, Virginien, Ohio und Kentucky, ohne merklichen Unterschied zu gebrauchen. : Zum Zweytenmal herausgegeben. Somerset, (Penn.) : Gedruckt bey Friedrich Goeb, für Cramer, Spear u. Eichbaum in Pittsburg, zum Schild des Dr. Fränklin, in der Marktstrasse., [1812] 1812
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Dr. Watts's Plain and easy catechisms for children. : To which are added forms of prayer, adapted to the smallest capacities. Boston: : Printed and published by Lincoln & Edmands, no 53, Cornhill. [Five lines of text], 1812. Price, 50 cts. a doz. 3,50 cts. a hundred. 1812
  Entertaining tales for youth, : containing The unfortunate shepherd boy, and The faithful steward. : Embellished with many engravings. Boston: : Published by Thomas B. Wait and Co. and Charles Williams. Price 12 1/2 cents., [1812?] 1812
  Ex post facto laws. : An explanation of the meaning of the prohibitory terms used in the Constitution of the United States, that "no state shall pass any ex post facto laws, or laws impairing the obligation of contracts." [Boston? : s.n., 1812?] 1812
  Extract from the Canal Toll Bridge toll books, : shewing the time it took for the following vessels to pass the draw of said bridge. [Boston : s.n., 1812] 1812
  Gazette office, Boston, Jan. 4, 1812. : 5 o'clock, evening. (We have this moment been furnished with a New-York paper of Thursday last, containing the following dreadful occurrence, at Richmond, by fire. ...) [Boston : Printed by Russell & Cutler, 1812] 1812
Webster, Noah, 1758-1843. History of animals; : designed for the instruction and amusement of persons of both sexes. / By Noah Webster, Jun. Esq. New-Haven, : Published and sold by Howe & DeForest, and Walter & Steele. Walter & Steele, printers., 1812. 1812
  History of birds. [Newburyport, Mass.] : Printed by W. & J. Gilman, Newburyport. Sold at their book-store & printing-office, with a variety of children's books, wholesale and retail., 1812. 1812
  History of the Bible. [Boston] : Published by Ball & Bedlington[.] Boston., 1812. 1812
  Hoch-deutsches lutherisches A B C und Namen Büchlein, : für Kinder, welche anfangen zu Lernen. Germantaun [Pa.]: : Gedruckt und zu haben von Michael Billmeyer., 1812. 1812
  Hull's victory. Or Huzza for the Constitution. : "Tune Paul Jones's victory." [Boston] : Sold by Nathaniel Coverly Jun. corner Theatre-Alley., [1812?] 1812
  Hymn to be sung by the scholars of the Methodist Charity School, in the city of New-York. [New York] : J.C. Totten, printer., [1812] 1812
United States. Congress (12th, 2nd session : 1812-1813). Senate. In Senate of the United States. December 22d, 1812 : Agreeably to notice, Mr. Smith, of Maryland, obtained leave to bring in the following bill, which was read and passed to the second reading. : A bill for organizing, arming, and disciplining, the militia of the United States. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1812] 1812
  Land at auction. : For sale at public auction a valuable track [sic] of land, in the town of Leicester ... [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1812] 1812
Southey, Robert, 1774-1843. Metrical tales, and other poems / by Robert Southey. Boston: : Published by C. Williams, no. 8, State-Street., 1811 [i.e., 1812]. 1812
  Mr. Cooke's seventh night. : During the engagement, no play can be repeated. ... : This evening (Friday) January 10, 1812, will be presented, for this night only, the tragedy, in five acts, called, Venice preserv'd or A plot discovered. ... : To which will be added, the afterpiece, in 2 acts, called, Love a-la-mode ... [Boston : s.n., 1812] 1812
  Neujahrs-Wunsch des Herumträgers des Readinger Adlers, an seine Kunden, : bey dem Eintritt des Jahrs 1813. [Reading, Pa. : Gedruckt bey Johann Ritter und Comp., 1812] 1812
  New Testament stories and parables, for children. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press. For I. Cooke & Co. New-Haven., 1812. 1812
  Olympic Theatre. : The public are respectfully informed, that the managers intend keeping the Olympic Theatre open during the week ... Saturday evening, 13th inst. will be presented the celebrated comedy of Three weeks after marriage. ... : After which, grand feats of horsemanship, by Mr. Breschard and Company. To conclude ... with Harlequin highlander; or, Sawney Beane the anthropophagos. ... [New York : s.n., 1812] 1812
  People of all nations: : an useful toy for girl or boy. Albany: : Printed and published by H.C. Southwick, no. 73, State-Street., [1812?] 1812
  Plan for settling Mexico Harbour, : on Lake Ontario, into a village, by the name of Veracruz. [Utica, N.Y.? : s.n., 1812] 1812
  Poems on various subjects. [United States] : Printed for the author:, May, 1812. 1812
  Proposals for extending the circulation of the Independent press, now publishing in the town of Lancaster, Fairfield County, (Ohio.) [Lancaster, Ohio : Printed by R.E. Post, 1812] 1812
  Psalm and odes: for the Fourth of July 1812. [New London, Conn.? : s.n., 1812] 1812
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Psalms, carefully suited to the Christian worship in the United States of America: : being an improvement of the old versions of the Psalms of David. : [Three lines of Scripture text] Albany: : Printed and sold by E. & E. Hosford, no, 58, State-Street., 1812. 1812
  Robinson's town & country almanac, for the year of our Lord 1813. : Calculated for the meridian of Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee. ... Baltimore: : Printed and sold by Joseph Robinson, no. 96, Market-Street. Great allowance made to those who buy to sell again. 1812
Yale College (1718-1887) Scheme of the exercises, at the public commencement of Yale-College, : Sept. 9th, 1812. [New Haven : Printed by Walter & Steele, 1812] 1812
  Select fables in prose and verse. : [Eight lines from Moore] New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood, at the Juvenile Book-store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1812. 1812
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Shakspeare's Othello, the Moor of Venice, : a tragedy, / revised by J.P. Kemble. ; As performed at the Covent Garden, New-York and Boston theatres. Boston: : Published by West and Richardson, no. 75, Cornhill., 1812. 1812
Tudor, Frederic, 1783-1864. Some memorandums, by which it is attempted to be shewn that an improved model may be adopted in the construction of ships, by a new application of well-known principles. [Boston : s.n., 1812] 1812
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Songs, divine and moral, for the use of children. / By Isaac Watts. ; [Two lines from Matthew] New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1812. 1812
United States. District Court (Massachusetts) Standing interrogatories. United States. Massachusetts District. July 14, 1812. : The following interrogatories, exhibited by the district attorney of the United States for this district, having been by me examined, are hereby approved and allowed, as proper to be administered to all commanders, masters, officers, mariners and other persons found on board ships and vessels seized or taken as prize ... [Boston : s.n., 1812] 1812
  Stewart's East and West New-Jersey almanac, for the year of our Lord, 1813 : ... Calculated for the meridian of New-Jersey, / by Joshua Sharp. Trenton: : Printed for Robert Stewart, travelling bookseller, Monmouth County, New-Jersey [by Ann Cochran, Philadelphia], [1812] 1812
  Stollenwerck's mechanical panorama. : To the admirers of the fine arts. This complex and ingenious work, to which the artist has devoted eight years ... is at length completed, and is now open for exhibition every day, (Sundays excepted) at no. 190 William-Street. ... [New York : s.n., 1812?] 1812
  Stories and fables for good children; or, A birth-day present. Greenfield [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by Denio & Phelps.--Price 2 cts. single., [between 1812 and 1823?] 1812
  Summer establishment for the Boston, Hartford & New-York mail stages and accommodation stages. : Commences 27th April, 1812. [Northampton, Mass.? : s.n., 1812] 1812
Virginia. Supplement, containing the acts of the General Assembly of Virginia, of a public and generally interesting nature, : passed since the session of Assembly which commenced in the year one thousand eight hundred and seven. : Published pursuant to an act of the General Assembly, passed the tenth day of Frbruary [sic], one thousand eight hundred and twelve. Richmond: : Printed and published by Samuel Pleasants, printer to the commonwealth., 1812. 1812
Republican Party (Mass. : 1792-1828). Central Committee (Bristol County, Mass.) Taunton, February 27, 1812. : Sir, The election of governor and lieutenant governor of this commonwealth, for the ensuing year, will soon devolve, as a constitutional duty, on the citizens thereof; and at the same time ... our sedulous attention is particularly required to select senatorial candidates in the Bristol section of this senatorial district. ... In pursuance, therefore ... the Central Committee deem it expedient to notify a convention of Republicans, to be holden in the hall of Joseph Tisdale, Esq. in Taunton [Mass.] ... [Boston? : s.n., 1812] 1812
  The Address of the carriers of Poulson's American daily advertiser, to its patrons, on the commencement of the year 1813. [Philadelphia : Printed by Zachariah Poulson, 1812] 1812
Valentin et Orson (French romance). English. The adventures of Valentine and Orson. : A tale for youth. Plattsburgh, N.Y. : Published by Heman Cady. 1812. Azariah C. Flagg, printer., [1812] 1812
  The American medical and philosophical register, or, Annals of medicine, natural history, agriculture, and the arts. Conducted by a society of gentlemen. : The above work was begun in July, 1810, since which time, it has been regularly issued, in quarterly numbers ... at the moderate price of two dollars per annum ... The third volume ... will make its appearance on the first of July next. On account of the additional quantity of matter ... and the superior neatness of the mechanical part, the editors are induced to raise the price to three dollars per annum ... Those gentlemen who are disposed to patronize the work, are requested to make application to Messrs. Whiting & Watson, general agents, no. 96, Broadway, New-York. [New York : Printed by E. Sargeant, 1812] 1812
  The Carrier of the Missouri gazette, to the subscribers--Jan. 1, 1813. [St. Louis : Printed by Joseph Charless, 1812] 1812
  The Carrier's wish, : respectfully dedicated to those he loves best--the generous patrons of the Columbian centinel. January 1, 1813. [Boston : Printed by William Burdick, 1812] 1812
  The Complete fortune teller; of The interpreter of dreams, alphabetically arranged. : Wherein are contained, several questions resolved in matters of love and business, by pricking a fortune table. [United States] : Printed for and sold by the booksellers., 1812. (Price 8 cents.) 1812
Second Congregational Church (Attleboro, Mass.) The confession of faith and covenant of the Second Congregational Church in Attleborough. [Attleborough, Mass.? : s.n., 1812?] 1812
  The Congressional reporter. : Containing, a list of members of the twelfth Congress, the president's message, the public documents, and the debates on all interesting questions agitated during the session, commencing on the first Monday of November, 1811. Printed at Concord [N.H.]. : Sold (to subscribers only) by I. & W.R. Hill, and by Geo Hough, Concord; Wm. B. Allen, Haverhill, Mass.; Wm. Weeks, Portsmouth; Charles Spear, Hanover; John Prentiss, Keene; Richard Boylston, Amherst; and by the several post-r 1812
  The Constitution of the United States; and revisal of the public acts passed by the legislature of Tennessee in 1809 and 1811; : together with all the repealed and expired land laws of North Carolina and Tennessee. : Intended to answer as a continuation of Haywood's Revisal of the public acts to1807. Nashville, Tennessee, : Printed by T.G. Bradford., 1812. 1812
  The Diamond songster: containing the most approved sentimental English songs. Baltimore [Md.]: : Published by F. Lucas, jun'r. B.W. Sower & Co. printers., 1812. 1812
  The Diamond songster: containing the most approved sentimental Irish songs. Baltimore: : Published by F. Lucas, jun'r. B.W. Sower & Co. printers., 1812. 1812
  The Diamond songster: containing the most approved sentimental Scottish songs. Baltimore: : Published by F. Lucas, jun'r. B.W. Sower & Co. printers., 1812. 1812
  The English and American stage. : Volume XL. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New-York: : Published by the Longworths, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1812. 1812
  The English and American stage. : Volume XXXVII. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New-York: : Published by D. Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1812. 1812
  The English and American stage. : Volume XXXVIII. Contains ... : A complete table of contents is placed at the end of every ten volumes. New-York: : Published by the Longworths, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1812. 1812
  The Gerry-mander: or, Essex south district formed into a monster! [Boston : Printed by Russell & Cutler, 1812] 1812
  The History and adventures of Little Henry, : exemplified in a series of figures. Boston: : Printed by J. Belcher., 1812. 1812
Robertson, William, 1721-1793. The history of America, / by William Robertson, D.D. principal of the University of Edinburgh, historiographer to His Majesty for Scotland, and member of the Royal Academy of History at Madrid. ; In two volumes. Vol. I[-II]. Philadelphia: : Published by J. Bioren and T.L. Plowman. William Greer, printer., 1812. 1812
  The history of beasts. Concord [N.H.]: : Published and sold by Daniel Cooledge, at his book-store. 1812. Geo. Hough, printer., [1812] 1812
  The History of beasts. : [Two lines from Genesis] New-York: : Printed and sold by Samuel Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-street., 1812. 1812
  The History of insects. : [Two lines from Genesis] New-York: : Printed and sold by Samuel Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-street., 1812. 1812
  The History of little Fanny, : exemplified in a series of figures. Boston: : Printed by J. Belcher,, 1812. 1812
Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761. The history of Pamela: or, Virtue rewarded. / Abridged from the works of Samuel Richardson, Esq. Philadelphia: : Published by D. Hogan, no. 249, Market Street. Griggs & Dickinson, printers., 1812. 1812
  The House carpenters' book of prices, and rules for measuring and valuing all their different kinds of work. Philadelphia: : Published by M. Carey, no. 122, Market-Street. 1812. W. M'Culloch, printer., [1812] 1812
  The Life of Col. James Gardiner. Boston: : Printed by N. Willis., [between 1812 and 1825] 1812
Tully, Samuel, 1771-1812. The life of Samuel Tully, : who was executed at South-Boston, Dec. 10, 1812, for piracy. / Written by himself. Boston: : Published by Watson & Bangs, 7 State Street., 1812. 1812
Thompson, J. (John) The lost and undone son of perdition: or The birth, life and character, of Judas Iscariot, / faithfully translated from several ancient authors, of undoubted credit. By J. Thompson. [Greenfield, Mass.] : Printed at the Herald Office, Greenfield--where may be had a great variety of small books, pamphlets, &c., [between 1812 and 1823] 1812
  The Outlines of a proposed plan for a lay delegation. : The question of a lay delegation being considerably agitated in different sections of the Methodist Episcopal Church ... [United States : s.n., not before 1812] 1812
Wiseman, Billy. The Puzzling cap: : being a choice collection of riddles, / by Master Billy Wiseman. ; [Three lines of verse] ; Ornamented with engravings. Hudson [N.Y.]: : Printed by A. Stoddard,, 1812. 1812
  The Rose, : a moral and pleasing collection of pieces. : [Four lines of verse] Palmer [Mass.]: : Published by Ezekiel Terry., [1812] 1812
Thomson, James, 1700-1748. The seasons, / By James Thomson. ; To which is prefixed, a life of the author, by Patrick Murdoch, D.D.F.R.S. ; And an essay, on the Plan and manner of the poem, by J. Aikin, M.D. ; Ornamented with engravings of wood, designed and executed by Dr. A. Anderson, of New-York. New-York: : Printed and sold by T. & J. Swords, no. 160 Pearl-Street., 1812. 1812
  The Seasons. New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1812. 1812
Washington, George, 1732-1799. The valedictory address, of the late illustrious George Washington, to the people of the United States. : [One line of quotation] Windsor [Vt.]: : Published by P. Merrifield & Co. Wright & Sibley, printers., 1812. 1812
  The Virginia almanack for the year of our Lord, 1813. ... : Adapted to the latitude and meridian of Richmond. / Calculated by J.D.G.Brown, of Caroline County, Virginia. Alexandria [D.C.]: : Printed by Cottom and Stewart., [1812] 1812
  The Watchman's address to his patrons. [United States : s.n., 1812] 1812
  Theatre. : Mr. Yates's first appearance in America. On Monday evening, May 25, 1812, Man and wife. ... : Between the play and farce ... the celebrated Shawl dance. After which, The prize. ... [New York : s.n., 1812] 1812
  Theatre. : The public is respectfully informed, that Mr. Bernard is engaged for two nights, and will make his first appearance on Wednesday evening, May 27, in the School for scandal ... : After which, The padlock. ... [New York : s.n., 1812] 1812
Thomas, Moses, 1787-1865. This day is published, by Moses Thomas, no. 52, Chesnut-Street, Philadelphia, the following new work: : Memoirs of the Princess of Wales; under the fictitious title of The spirit of "The book;" or Memoirs of Caroline, Princess of Hamburgh, a political and amatory romance, edited by Thomas Ashe, Esq. from the third London edition. Price one dollar. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1812] 1812
Seawell, James, 1745-1826. To the freemen of Moore County. : Fellow citizens, In the place I now occupy, I deem it my duty to tender you a few remarks upon several of the subjects submitted to the consideration of the legislature, which, after a session of forty days, adjourned on the 25th instant. ... [Raleigh, N.C. : s.n., 1812] 1812
  To the patrons of the Newport Mercury, : the carrier presents the compliments of the season, and the following address. [Newport, R.I. : Printed by Rousmaniere & Barber, 1812] 1812
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Twenty eight divine songs in easy language for the use of children / by Isaac Watts D.D. Philadelphia. : Sold wholesale by W. Charles. Price six cents., 1812. 1812
  Vile and detestable Democratick trick exposed!! : The last effort which has been made, to deceive the people of this county, as to the measures of the Federal Party, and the characters of the men they are pledged to support, is perhaps the most flagrantly wicked of any which has yet been adopted. ... [Worcester, Mass. : Printed by Isaac Sturtevant, 1812] 1812
  Vindication of General Smyth's command on the Niagara frontier. [United States : s.n., 1812 or 1813] 1812
United States. President (1809-1817 : Madison) Washington City, Wednesday, Nov. 4. : The president of the United States this day communicated, by Mr. Coles, his private secretary, the following message to Congress ... [New York? : s.n., 1812] 1812
  Wharton's, Nicklin's, & Cohen's list of the 24th day's drawing of the Medical College Lottery, Baltimore, Dec. 3, 1812. ... [Baltimore : s.n., 1812] 1812
  Who are the Federal leaders in Bucksport? : And what were and are they? Let the following treasonable proceedings show [Maine : s.n., 1812] 1812
  Winter establishment, for the Boston, Hartford, New-York and Albany mail stages. : The proprietors of the above stages inform their friends and the public, that they will run their stages on the different routs [sic], in the following manner ... [Boston : s.n., 1812] 1812
  Wisdom in miniature, or The young gentleman and lady's magazine, : being a collection of sentences divine and moral. : [Two lines of quotation] : Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] : From Sidney's Press. New-Haven., 1812. 1812
Republican Party (Worcester County, Mass. : 1792-1828). Convention (1812 : Worcester, Mass.) Worcester County Republican Convention. : At a Republican convention, assembled at Worcester, at the Baptist meeting hall, on the 1st day of September, 1812--the following delegates, appointed from the several towns hereinafter mentioned appeared, and produced their credentials from the meetings, by which they were chosen. [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1812] 1812
Republican Party (Pa. : 1792-1828) York Caunty Republikanische Versammlung. [York, Pa.? : s.n., 1812] 1812
  "Impressed seamen from Salem." From the Salem gazette of March 30, 1813. : ... The Register of the 20th and 24th inst. gives twenty-five names ... of persons alledged to be impressed from this town. We have obtained from authentic sources the following history of these men, and have placed it by the side of the Register account. From this plain statement of facts, the public will be able to form a proper judgment of all the pretended cases of impressments which appear in that paper. ... [Salem, Mass. : Printed by Thomas C. Cushing, 1813] 1813
Washington Benevolent Society of the County of Worcester. (Circular). : The mischiefs daily arising from the distillation of grain in this commonwealth, the magnitude and alarming consequences of the evil, united with the dictates of benevolence and humanity, have induced the Washington Benevolent Society of the County of Worcester, to appoint us a committee to address you ... [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1813] 1813
  A Catechism, of the life of Christ, : for the use of young children. : Ornamented with engravings. Jaffrey, (N.H.) : printed by Salmon Wilder., 1813. 1813
  A Choice collection of hymns and solemn songs, of various metres. Newburyport [Mass.], : Printed by W. & J. Gilman. Sold at their book-store and printing-office, no. 2, Middle-Street. (Price 6 cents.), [between 1813 and 1821] 1813
  A Choice collection of original and selected hymns, for the devotion of Christians of all denominations. / By Ezekiel Terry. ; [Two lines of quotation] Palmer [Mass.]: : From E. Terry's press., 1813. 1813
T. W. (Thomas Wilcox), 1622-1687. A choice drop of honey from the rock Christ; or, A short word of advice to all saints and sinners. : From the fiftieth edition. / Revised by the Rev. W. Romaine, A.M. Rector of St. Andrew's Wardrobe, &c. London. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for Mark Newman, by Flagg and Gould., 1813. 1813
  A Complete list of the American Navy, : showing the name, number of guns, commander's name, and station of each vessel, to July 1, 1813--including those on the lakes. [Hartford] : Printed and published by John Russell, Jr. Hartford, State-Street--and for sale wholesale and retail., [1813] 1813
  A Complete list of the American Navy. : Showing the name, number of guns, commander's name, and station of each vessel, to November, 1813--including those on the lakes. [United States : s.n., 1813] 1813
  A Confession of faith. [New Hampshire? : s.n., 1813?] 1813
Smith, M. (Michael), 1776- A geographical view of the province of Upper Canada, and promiscuous remarks upon the government. : In two parts. : With an appendix, containing a complete description of the Niagara Falls, and remarks relative to the situation of the inhabitants respecting the war. / By Michael Smith. Hartford: : Printed and sold, wholesale and retail, by John Russell, Jr.--State-Street., 1813. 1813
  A History of the Holy Bible. Philadelphia: : Printed for Pitt Spencer., 1813. 1813
  A Minor catechism; : also, hymns & spiritual songs, for the use of little children. Jaffrey, (N.H.) : Printed by Salmon Wilder., 1813. 1813
  A New-Year's gift. : [Two lines from Matthew] New-York: : Printed and sold by Samuel Wood at the Juvenile Book-Store no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1813] 1813
  A Splendid cabinet Bible. : Joseph Delaplaine, Edward Parker, and Kimber & Richardson, of Philadelphia, propose to publish by subscription, a splendid cabinet Bible, in two volumes royal octavo, to be embellished with sixty elegant engravings ... [Boston : Printed by R.P. & C. Williams, 1813] 1813
  A True abstract of the statement of the several bank corporations in the commonwealth of Massachusetts, : rendered June, 1813....Printed by order of the honorable Senate of June 14, 1813. Attest--Alden Bradford, secretary of the commonwealth. [Boston : s.n., 1813] 1813
  A Wonderful dream. : With a surprizing and visionary account of the triumph over Satan, the subtle adversary of souls. / By Dr. Watts. Newburyport [Mass.], : Printed by W. & J. Gilman. Sold at their book-store and printing-office, no. 2, Middle-Street., [between 1813 and 1821] 1813
  Address of the carriers of the Independent chronicle to its patrons, on the commencement of the year 1814. [Boston : Printed by Adams, Rhoades & Co., 1813] 1813
Webb, R. (Rufus), 1768-1827. Advance book. : In which British sterling is reduced to New-England and Virginia currency, and to dollars and cents, with advance thereon from five to fifty per cent. [Boston] : Published by Josiah Loring, 1, South-Row, Boston. (Price, half bound,1 dollar--bound, $1 20.), [between 1813 and 1823] 1813
  American states, census, &c. [United States : s.n., 1813?] 1813
United States. An act for the government of persons in certain fisheries. [Georgetown, D.C.] : James B. Carter, printer, Georgetown, D.C., [1813] 1813
United States. An act supplementary to the act, entitled "An act for the more perfect organization of the Army of the United States." [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1813] 1813
United States. An act, in addition to the act concerning letters of marque, prizes, and prize goods. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1813] 1813
Steele, Oliver, 1781-1826. An address, delivered before the General Society of Mechanics of New-Haven, at their quarterly meeting, July 7th, 1813. / By Oliver Steele. ; Published by request. New-Haven, : Printed by Oliver Steele., 1813. 1813
  An Adventure in Vermont: or, The story of Mr. Anderson. Newburyport [Mass.], : Printed by W. & J. Gilman. Sold at their book-store, no. 2, Middle-Street. 1813. A variety of useful tracts, &c. for charitable distribution, cheap, at wholesale or retail., [1813] 1813
  Bainbridge's tid-re-i. [Providence] : Printed and sold at no. 26, High-Street, Providence--Where shopkeepers, pedlars and others, can be supplied by the quantity (to sell again) at reduced prices., [1813] 1813
  Battle of Lake Erie. [United States : s.n., 1813?] 1813
  Biographical memoir of the late Brigadier-General Zebulon M. Pike, : who was killed in the attack on York (Upper Canada,) April 29, 1813. : From the Monthly recorder for July, 1818. (Accompanied by an elegant likeness of the deceased.) [New York : s.n., 1813] 1813
  Boston in miniature. : To be seen in Berry-Street, nearly opposite Rev. Mr. Channing's meeting-house, a model of Boston ... [Boston : s.n., 1813] 1813
Robinson, Martin, 1792-1852. Catalogue of books. [Providence] : H. Mann, printer--W. of bridge., [1813] 1813
Stebbins, Daniel, 1766-1853. Choice lands for sale. : A large tract of land in the Holland Purchase ... in the state of Pennsylvania, between lake Erie and Allegany River ... Also, sundry valuable lots of land situated in the state of Ohio, (New-Connecticut) ... Also, several tracts of valuable land situated on the waters of the Monongahela, in the county of Randolph, and commonwealth of Virginia ... [Northampton, Mass. s.n., 1813] 1813
  Church controversy. : A collection of the pamphlets which have appeared in the case of the Rev. Cave Jones. Containing ... [New York: Published by R. M'Dermut and D.D. Arden?, 1813] 1813
  Cinderilla or, The little glass slipper. : Designed for the entertainment of all good little misses. : Ornamented with engravings. Albany: : Printed by E. & E. Hosford., 1813. 1813
United States. Navy. Circular to collectors. Navy Department, May 22, 1813. : Sir, Agreeably to the fourth section of ... "An act regulating pensions to persons on board private armed ships," you will, immediately after the receipt of this letter, please to transmit to this department a transcript of such journals of vessels having letters of marque and reprisal as may have been reported to you on or before the 30th ultimo. ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1813] 1813
  Com. Perry's victory on Lake Erie. [Troy, N.Y.] : F. Adancourt, Troy., [1813?] 1813
Shepard, Sylvanus, approximately 1777- Composed by S. Shepherd [i.e., Sylvanus Shepard], on the death of Sally Page, : who was drowned in Cambridge [Vt.], 1813. [Vermont : s.n., 1813] 1813
  Damning proofs of British barbarity!! : Rouse up then ye injur'd sons of freedom! Point at their wounds and cry aloud to battle!! Americans! Look at this! [Boston : Printed by True & Rowe] Yankee office--Saturday eve. 11 o'clk., [1813] 1813
  Des Landmanns Freund, oder, Ganz neuer westlicher Calender, auf das Jahr unsers Herrn und Heylandes Jesu Christi, 1814. ... : Nach dem pennsylvanischen Horizont und Nordhöhe berechnet; jedoch in denen angrenzenden Staaten von Maryland, Virginien, Ohio und Kentucky, ohne merklichen Unterschied zu gebrauchen. : Zum Drittenmal herausgegeben. Somerset, (Penn.) : Gedruckt und zu haben bey Friedrich Goeb, wie auch bey den meisten Stohrhaltern zu finden., [1813] 1813
  Elegy on the death of James Lawrence, Esq. late commander of the U.S. frigate Chesapeake. [Boston] : (Published according to act of Congress.) A. Bowen, printer., [1813?] 1813
  Elegy, in remembrance of James Lawrence, Esquire: : (late commander of the United States' frigate Chesapeake.) [Massachusetts? : s.n., 1813] 1813
  Entertaining poems and fables for children. Newburyport [Mass.], : Printed by W. & J. Gilman. Sold at their wholesale and retail book-store, no. 2, Middle-Street., [between 1813 and 1821] 1813
  Es beschirme mich Gott und der heutige Tag, Es beschirme mich Gott und das heilige Grab ... [Lancaster, Ohio] : Gedruckt bey Jacob D. Dieterich [i.e., Dietrich], Lancaster, Ohio., [1813 or 1814] 1813
  False stories corrected. New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1813. 1813
  Federal Republican office Friday afternoon, Sept. 24, 1813. : Turreau's letter. [Georgetown, D.C. : Published by Alexander C. Hanson and Jacob Wagner, 1813] 1813
Vermont Bible Society. First report of the Vermont Bible Society, : communicated to the society, at their annual meeting, at Montpelier, October 21, 1813. Montpelier, Vt. : Printed by Walton and Goss,, November, 1813. 1813
Willis, Nathaniel, 1780-1870. Flavel's treatise. : Nathaniel Willis proposes to publish by subscription, a treatise of the Rev. John Flavel, on keeping the heart. : The style corrected and adapted to the present state of improvement ... [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Willis, 1813] 1813
  Governor's election. : On Wednesday evening, May 26, will be presented, for the first time these two years, Goldsmith's celebrated comedy, in five acts, called, She stoops to conquer ... To which will be added, for the last time this season, the popular romantic drama, in 2 acts, called, Timour the Tartar. ... [Boston : s.n., 1813] 1813
  Great news. Herald office Monday morn. March 8, 1813. : The New-York papers by yesterday's mail, contain the following important news from Europe, with which we hasten to gratify our readers. [Newburyport, Mass. : Printed by E.W. Allen, 1813] 1813
  Herzliche Bitte an die Kinder und Jugend. Libanon [Pa.], : Gedruckt und zu haben bey Joseph Schnee., [not before 1813] 1813
Thomas, David, 1762-1831. Important. : To the Republican electors of the counties of Washington and Warren. : Before Gen. Thomas left town for Albany, he wrote Judge Savage the following letter: Salem, 21st April, 1813. Edward Savage, Esqr. Sir, I understand that the Madisonian committee of this town, who are supporting the re-election of Gov. Tompkins, are endeavoring to excite a belief that the pamphlet in opposition to his election, signed by General Van Cortlandt, and a number of other leading Clintonians ... does not convey the sentiments of all those gentlemen whose names are affixed ... [Salem, N.Y. : Printed by Dodd & Rumsey, 1813] 1813
  Interesting stories: : containing William's return. History of Emily Willis. Dialogue. The returning prodigal. An essay on repentance. Boston: : Published by Munroe and Francis. At the Shakspeare Bookstore, no. 4 Cornhill., 1813. 1813
  Introduction to the English reader; or, A selection of pieces in prose and poetry; : calculated to improve the younger classes of learners in reading; and to imbue their minds with the love of virtue. : With rules and observations for assisting children to read with propriety. : From the seventh English edition, improved. / By Lindley Murray, author of "English grammar, adapted to the different classes of learners," &c. [Montgomery, N.Y.] : Published by Luther Pratt, Montgomery; and Benjamin F. Lewis, Newburgh. Luther Pratt, printer., 1813. 1813
Snyder, Simon, 1759-1819. Land for sale. : Fourteen tracts of land, situated in the county of Union, late a part of Northumberland, seven miles from Swinefordstown, six from the navigable waters of Pennscreek, and about ten from Longstown, the seat of justice. ... [Northumberland, Pa.] : Printed by Kennedy & Sweney., [1813] 1813
  Letters written from London, : descriptive of various scenes and occurrences frequently met with in the metropolis and its vicinity. : For the amusement of children. : With numberous [sic] engravings. Boston: : Published by Thomas B. Wait & Co. And Charles Williams., 1813. 1813
  Lines, composed on the death of Elias Cummings, : son of Rev. Charles Cummings of Sullivan, and nephew of Enoch Hemmenway, who was taken, and died of the spotted fever before he returned from the funeral of his uncle, aged 11 years. [Keene, N.H.? : s.n., 1813] 1813
  Little stories for little folks. Newburyport [Mass.], : Printed by W. & J. Gilman. Sold at their wholesale and retail book-store, No. 2, Middle-Street, and by the booksellers in Boston., [between 1813 and 1821] 1813
  Manhood. [New York] : Printed & sold by Samuel Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street, New-York., 1813. 1813
  Mechanics. : (Copy.) "Specification of a new, safe, easy and expeditious means of travelling, and transporting of merchandize, over land, on prepared roads, or over ice, in carriages constructed for pleasure or burden, & to be put in motion by those who ride therein, or by the expansive force of steam, or any other permanently elastic fluid, as now, in part, actually effected by [blank] of the city and state of New-York. ... [New York : s.n., 1813] 1813
  Memoirs of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences. Vol. I.--Part III. New-Haven, : Printed by I. Cooke and Co., 1813. 1813
  Memoirs of the life of the late Lord Horatio Nelson, : Peer of Great Britain--Duke of Bronti--Rear Admiral of the Blue, &c. &c. In which are enumerated, the whole of his actions. Interspersed with anecdotes of that great naval hero. : To which is added, a brief account of the splendid victories, obtained by the American navy, in the years 1812-3. : [Two lines of verse]. Pittsburgh: : Published by R. & J. Patterson. S. Engles & Co. printers., 1813. 1813
  Memorial. : The undersigned, inhabitants of the District of Columbia, beg leave, respectfully, to call the attention of Congress to the present peculiar condition thereof. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1813?] 1813
Sands, Benjamin. Metamorphosis; or, A transformation of pictures, : with poetical explanations, for the amusement of young persons. Philadelphia: : Published by John Fordyce, no. 368, North Third Street. 1813. Joseph Rakestraw, printer., [1813] 1813
  Natural and political history of the Gerry-mander! : In two chapters ... [Boston : s.n., between 1813 and 1822] 1813
  Neujahrs-Wunsch des Herumträgers des Readinger Adlers, : bey dem Eintritt des Jahrs 1814, an seine Kunden. [Reading, Pa. : Gedruckt bey Johann Ritter und Comp., 1813] 1813
  News-boy's address to the patrons of the Northern Whig. [Hudson, N.Y. : Published by Francis Stebbins, 1813] 1813
  Old age. New-York: : Printed & sold by Samuel Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1813. 1813
Washington Benevolent Society of Massachusetts. Order of performances at the second publick celebration of the Washington Benevolent Society of Massachusetts. : April 30, 1813. [Boston : s.n., 1813] 1813
  Patterson's church music, : containing the plain tunes used in divine worship, by the churches of the western country. Cincinnati: : Printed by Browne and Looker, for R. and J. Patterson, Pittsburg., [1813] 1813
  Perry's victory. [Massachusetts? : s.n., 1813?] 1813
  Perry's victory. [United States : s.n., 1813?] 1813
  Perry's victory. [United States : s.n., 1813?] 1813
  Perry's victory. [United States : s.n., 1813?] 1813
United States. President (1809-1817 : Madison) President's message. : Office of the Mercantile advertiser. We are indebted to the editors of the New-York gazette and Evening post ... for a copy of the president's message, delivered to both houses of Congress on Tuesday ... [New York : Printed by Crookes & Butler, 1813] 1813
United States. General Post Office. Proposals for carrying mails of the United States on the following roads, will be received at the General Post-Office, in the city of Washington, until the 18th day of September next inclusive. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1813] 1813
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. 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. ; [Three lines of Scripture text] Philadelphia: : Published by Benjamin C. Buzby, no. 2, North Third Street. J. Rakestraw, printer., 1813. 1813
Republican Party (N.Y. : 1792-1828) Republican nomination and address. : At a meeting of the Republican members of the Legislature, in the Senate Chamber, on the 4th day of February, 1813, for the purpose of nominating candidates for governor and lieutenant-governor, at the ensuing election-- / Col. Abm. J. Hardenbergh, chair'n. John W. Taylor, secretary. [Albany? : s.n., 1813] 1813
Whiting and Watson. Scott's family Bible. : To the public. Mr. Stephen Dodge having issued proposals for publishing a new edition of Dr. Scott's family Bible, under the pretence that there is a great "visible want" of it in the market, it becomes a duty, both to the public and ourselves, to make the following statement on this subject. ... [New York : Published by Whiting and Watson, 1813] 1813
  Scripture history. New-York: : Printed & sold by Samuel Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1813. 1813
  Simple stories for children. : Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] : Sidney's Press. New-Haven., 1813. 1813
  Smith & Forman's juvenile atlas, : containing a familiar introduction to the use of maps; and a comprehensive view of the present state of the earth. : Designed to accompany our popular geographies, and for the use of schools and academies. : 1. Map of the world. 2. North-America. 3. South-America. 4. Europe. 5. Asia. 6. Africa. New-York: : Published by Smith & Forman, and for sale at the Franklin Juvenile Bookstores, 195 & 213, Greenwich-Street., 1813. 1813
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Songs, divine and moral, for the use of children. / By Isaac Watts. ; [Three lines from Matthew] Windham [Conn.]: : Printed by Samuel Webb., 1813. 1813
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Songs, divine and moral, for the use of children. / By Isaac Watts. ; [Two lines from Matthew] New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1813. 1813
Spafford, B. C., 1790-1840. State of New-York [cartographic material] : for Spafford's gazetteer. / Drawn by Mrs. B.C. Spafford. Engrd. by P. Maverick, Newark, N.J. [Albany : s.n., 1813] 1813
Tatham, William, 1752-1819. Statement explanatory of the public interest in William Tatham's topographical and other employments, in aid of the Department of War, &c. : submitted to Congress by two distinct memorials, and depending for their investigation and conclusions, at their December session, 1813. Washington [D.C.]: : J. Crossfield, printer., 1813. 1813
  Summer. New-York: : Printed & sold by Samuel Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1813. 1813
  The Address of the carriers of Poulson's American daily advertiser, to its patrons, on the commencement of the year 1814. [Philadelphia : Printed by Zachariah Poulson, 1813] 1813
  The American preceptor; : being a new selection of lessons for reading and speaking, designed for the use of schools. / By Caleb Bingham, A.M. author of The Columbian orator, Child's companion, &c. &c. ; [One line of Scripture text] Philadelphia: : Printed by Thomas and William Bradford, booksellers and stationers, no. 8, South Front Street., 1813. 1813
  The Bible, a storehouse of instructions. : To which is added, a meditation on the affection of a parent. Newburyport [Mass.], : Printed by W. & J. Gilman. Sold at their book-store, no. 2, Middle-Street., 1813. 1813
  The Brother's gift. Newburyport [Mass.], : Printed and sold by W. & J. Gilman, no. 2, Middle-Street., [between 1813 and 1821] 1813
  The Carrier of the Christian disgiple [sic] to his patrons. [Boston : s.n., between 1813 and 1823] 1813
  The Carrier of the Columbian centinel, : begs leave to present his heartfelt wish to the generous patrons of that paper, and his best friends--and to offer them the compliments of the season. January 1, 1814. [Boston : Printed by William Burdick, 1813] 1813
  The Carrier of the Concord gazette, to his patrons. [Concord, N.H. : Printed by J.C. Tuttle, 1813] 1813
  The Congressional reporter, : containing the public documents, and the debates on all interesting questions agitated during the session, commencing on the first Monday of November, 1812. Published in Concord, N.H. : by I. & W. R. Hill, at the Patriot office., [1813] 1813
  The Disastrous journey of Johnny Gilpin to Edmonton, : in which is shown the wonderful prowess of the calendrer's horse, : on sixteen elegant engravings. New-York: : Published by I. Riley, no. 4, City-Hotel., 1813. Price 25 cents. 1813
  The Family record of Deacon Joseph Chapman, of Groton. [New London, Conn. : s.n., 1813?] 1813
  The Family record of Rufus Chapman, of Groton. [New London, Conn. : s.n., 1813?] 1813
  The gamut, or, Scale of music: : to which is added, a number of easy tunes. Albany: : Printed by Websters & Skinners and Daniel Steele, and sold at their respective book-stores, at the corner of State and Pearl-Streets, and a few doors south of the Old City-Hall, in Court-Street; where may be had the Easy instructor; or A new met 1813
  The Good child's golden companion; full of amusement and instruction. (No. 1.) : Adorned with cuts. Rutland [Vt.]: : Printed by William Fay & Co., 1813. 1813
  The Happy man, and true gentleman. [Philadelphia] : Sold by John Fordyce, no. 368, North Third Street., [1813?] 1813
  The History of beasts. : [Two lines from Genesis] New-York: : Printed and sold by Samuel Sood, at the Juvenile Book-store, no. 357, Pearl-street., 1813. 1813
  The History of fish. : [Two lines from Genesis] New-York: : Printed and sold by Samuel Wood, at the Juvenile Book-store, no. 357, Pearl-street., 1813. 1813
  The Holy Bible abridged; or, The history of the Old and New Testament. : Being a valuable present for a little son or daughter. : Illustrated with notes and adorned with cuts. : [Two lines from Luke] Philadelphia: : Published by John Fordyce, no. 368, North Third Street., 1813. 1813
Russell, P. The lines on this sheet, were composed by P. Russell, : who has been six times wounded under the American flag, and has been prevented from obtaining a livelihood in the ordnary pursuits of life by wounds received in battle. [United States : s.n., between 1813 and 1819] 1813
  The Massachusetts manual: or, Political and historical register; and almanac. : [One-line motto] / By William Burdick. No. I.--January 1, 1814. Boston: : Printed for and for sale by Charles Callender, at his bookstore, no. 11, Marlborough-Street., [1813] 1813
  The Massachusetts primer; or, An easy and pleasant guide to the art of reading. : Adorned with cuts. : To which is added, a catechism, for the instruction of children,. Leominister [Mass.]: : Printed and sold by James Wilder, 2d., --May 1813.-- 1813
  The Museum and weekly gazette. [Baltimore : Camill. M. Mann, 1813?] 1813
  The Museum of beasts, : being a trifle for a good boy. : Ornamented with cuts. Boston: : N. Coverly, printer, Milk-St., 1813. 1813
  The Pennsylvania & New Jersey almanac, for the year of our Lord 1814 ... / Calculated by Joshua Sharp. : Containing, besides the usual matter of an almanac, some interesting particulars relative to the Navy of the United States, and a variety of useful and entertaining articles. Philadelphia: : Published by M. M'Connell, Jun. no. 89. S. Second Street., [1813] 1813
  The Picture alphabet, for little children. [New York] : Printed & sold by Samuel Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street, New-York., 1813. 1813
  The Publications, of the Virginia Religious Tract Society. : The distribution of cheap pious books is a very useful method of spreading the knowledge of religion. Much good may thus be done, to considerable numbers at once, in a most acceptable manner, and for a trifling expence. Harrisonburg [Va.]: : Published by Davidson & Bourne., 1813. 1813
  The School of good manners. : Composed for the help of parents in teaching their children how to behave during their minority. Newburyport [Mass.], : Published by W. & J. Gilman, printers & booksellers, No. 2, Middle-street., [between 1813 and 1821] 1813
  The School of good manners. : Composed for the help of parents in teaching their children how to carry it in their places during their minority. : [Two lines from Proverbs] Exeter [N.H.]: : Printed by C. Norris & Co. and sold at their book-store., 1813. 1813
  The Sister's gift. Newburyport [Mass.]: : Printed by W. & J. Gilman. Sold by them at their bookstore, no. 2, Middle-Street., 1813. 1813
  The United States' spelling book, : with appropriate reading lessons : being an easy standard for spelling, reading and pronouncing the English language, according to the rules established by John Walker, in his critical and pronouncing dictionary. / By sundry experienced teachers. ; [Two lines from Humphreys] Pittsburgh, : Printed & published by Cramer, Spear & Eighbaum [i.e., Eichbaum], and sold at the Franklin Head Bookstore, in Market, between Front and Second Streets., 1813. 1813
  The Village harmony: or, Youth's assistant to sacred musick. : Consisting of psalm tunes and occasional pieces, selected from the works of the most eminent composers. : To which is prefixed a concise introduction to psalmody. Newburyport [Mass.]: : Published by E. Little & Co. and sold at their bookstore; sold also by C. Norris & Co. Exeter; Ephraim Kingsbury, Haverhill, N.H. Charles Williams, Boston; and by all the principal booksellers in the United States. C. Norris & Co. p 1813
Stevens, John H. (John Hathaway), 1766-1851. The voice of patriotism. : A discourse delivered in Stoneham, (Mass.) April 8, 1813, being the day of the state fast. / By John H. Stevens, V.D.M. pastor of the church in said town. Hudson, N.Y. : Printed by S.W. Clark. Bee Office--, 1813. 1813
  The Wandering fair one; or, The history of the life and most surprising adventures of Maria Wilson, a native of New-Hampshire; : with letters of correspondence to her relations, descriptive of Canada, the Tories, &c. And left with her son a few years ago; but never, till lately, prepared for press. Auburn [N.Y.]: : --Printed by H. & J. Pace, printers, where this history is sold singly, or by the gross, at their office and book-store., 1813. 1813
  The Watchmen's address to their patrons, on the return of Christmas. [United States : s.n., 1813] 1813
  The Witty exploits of George Buchanan: commonly called the King's fool. : The whole six parts complete. : To which is added. Paddy from Cork; with his coat buttoned behind. Being an elegant conference between English Tom and Irish Teague. Philadelphia. : Printed for the purchasers., 1813. 1813
  The Young gentleman and lady's monitor, and English teacher's assistant; : being a collection of select pieces from our best modern writers; calculated to eradicate vulgar prejudices and rusticity of manners; improve the understanding; rectify the will; purify the passions; direct the minds of youth to the pursuit of proper objects; and to facilitate their reading, writing, and speaking the English language, with elegance and propriety. : Particularly adapted for the use of our eminent schools ... : Divided into small portions for the use of reading in classes. / By J. Hamilton Moore, author of the Practical navigator, and Seamans new daily assistant. Philadelphia: : Printed by W. Howard, for the book-sellers., 1813. 1813
Van Pelt, Peter. To be sold, at private sale, : that valuable and beautifully situated farm, formerly the property of Paules Vanderbeck, lying on Pompton Plains, in Pequannock Township, Morris County [N.J.] ... [Newark, N.J.] : William Tuttle, printer--near the Newark Bank., [1813] 1813
  To the patrons of the Newport Mercury, : the carrier presents the compliments of the season, and the following address. [Newport, R.I. : Printed by Rousmaniere & Barber, 1813] 1813
  To the public. : We the undersigned in our own behalf, and that of the New-Hampshire and Massachusetts Botanic Society would inform the public at large, that we feel warranted in recommending to them the vegetable medicines of Dr. Samuel Thompson [i.e., Thomson] ... [Portsmouth, N.H. : s.n., 1813] 1813
United States. Comptroller of the Treasury. Treasury Department, Comptroller's Office, 31st August, 1813. Circular, to collectors, naval officers, and surveyors. : You will herewith receive, for your information and government, the following mentioned acts of Congress, passed at the last session ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1813] 1813
Trip, Tommy. Trip's History of beasts, : being a trifle for a good boy. : Ornamented with cuts. Hartford: : Printed by Hale & Hosmer., 1812 [i.e., 1813]. 1813
University of Vermont. University of Vermont, Burlington. Commencement exercises 28th July, 1813. [Burlington, Vt. : Printed by S. Mills, 1813] 1813
  Verses composed on the death of Ashbel, son of Rufus & Olive Chapman. [New London, Conn. : s.n., 1813] 1813
  War table, geographical and historical, : showing the situation of the principal fortifications in the United States and Canada, with their bearing and distance from the city of New-York: : To which is added Steele's [i.e., Steel's] list of the British navy, and a list of American frigates. [New York? : s.n., 1813?] 1813
Washington, George, 1732-1799. Washington's farewell address to the people of the United States. : Together with the Constitution of the United States, with all the amendments. : To which is added, the Declaration of Independence. Worcester, Mass. : Printed by Isaac Sturtevant., 1813. 1813
Washington, George, 1732-1799. Washington's farewell address to the people of the United States. : Together with the Constitution of the United States, with all the amendments. : To which is added, the Declaration of Independence. Worcester, Mass. : Printed by Isaac Sturtevant., 1813. 1813
Washington, George, 1732-1799. Washington's farewell address to the people of the United States. : Together with the Constitution of the United States, with all the amendments. : To which is added, the Declaration of Independence. Worcester, Mass. : Printed by Isaac Sturtevant., 1813. 1813
United States. Revenue Office. (Circular to collectors of the revenue, no. 8.) Treasury Department, Revenue Office, June 5, 1814. : Sir, The general and chearful [sic] acquiescence of our citizens in the payment of the internal duties is a correct subject for felicitation. ... As, however, there will doubtless be, from time to time, some infractions of these laws, it becomes proper seasonably to provide the means for carrying them impartially into effect, by enforcing the penalties attached to a non-compliance with them. ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1814] 1814
United States. Department of the Treasury. (Circular.) Treasury Department, March 7, 1814. : Sir, Herewith you will receive an act "to provide for the return to their own districts of vessels detained by the embargo ..." passed on the 4th instant. ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1814] 1814
  [Cries of New-York] [New York? : Published by Samuel Wood & Sons?, ca. 1814?] 1814
Sands, Benjamin. [Metamorphosis; or, A transformation of pictures, : with poetical explanations, for the amusement of young persons.] [Philadelphia? : Joseph Rakestraw?, 1814?] 1814
  [World atlas] [Poughkeepsie, N.Y. : Paraclete Potter, 1814] 1814
  160,000 dollars!! or, Deception exposed. : A most daring and outrageous misrepresentation of facts ... is now industriously circulating through this commonwealth by the Democrats ... They say that the General Court granted to Harvard College 100,000 dollars, Williams' College 30,000 Bowdoin College 30,000. It is false! ... [Boston : s.n., 1814] 1814
  A Brief history of the war, of 1813; : with some account of its most redoubtable heroes. [United States] : Printed in--a printing press.--, [1814?] 1814
  A Collection of litanies, vespers, chants, hymns, and anthems, : as used in the Catholic churches of Philadelphia, and throughout the United States. Philadelphia: : Published and sold by Charles Taws, at his music store, no. 61, South Third-Street., 1814. 1814
  A Concise history of the Holy Bible. Philadelphia: : Pub. by I. Peirce., 1814. 1814
  A Curious piece of antiquity. On the crucifixion of our Saviour, and the two thieves. [United States : s.n.], Re-printed, 1814. 1814
Siegfried, Ge. (George), 1772-1821. A guide to the Christian traveller; or Thoughts on the fall of man from the Garden of Eden and his restoration from a state of sin to holiness. / By Ge. Siegfried. Doylestown [Pa.], : Published for the author, 1814. 1814
  A Judicious collection of new naval songs composed on the recent naval victories by the United States' Navy. : [Two lines of verse] Warren, (R.I.) : [s.n.], 1814. 1814
  A Key to the grand panorama painting of the victory on Lake Erie. [Boston] : Rowe & Hooper....printers., [between 1814 and 1817] 1814
  A Petition. To the Senate, and House of Representatives, in Congress assembled:-- : The subscribers, inhabitants of the state of Connecticut, beg leave to present this their petition against the transportation and opening of the mail on the Sabbath. ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1814] 1814
  A Pleasing toy. New-York: : Printed and sold by Samuel Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1814. 1814
Smith, Patty. A poem on the death of Dr. Levi Holt, of Wilbraham, : who died April 18, 1814. Æt. 35. / Addressed to the relatives of the deceased, by Patty Smith, of Sandisfield. [Stockbridge, Mass.] : Willard's print--Stockbridge., [1814] 1814
Woods, Leonard, 1774-1854. A sermon, preached at Haverhill, (Mass.) in remembrance of Mrs. Harriet Newell, wife of the Rev. Samuel Newell, missionary to India . : Who died at the Isle of France, Nov. 30, 1812, aged 19 years. : To which are added Memoirs of her life. / By Leonard Woods, D.D. Abbot Professor of Christian Theology at the Theol. Sem. Andover. Boston: : Printed for Samuel T. Armstrong, sold also by W.W. Woodward, Philadelphia; Dodge & Sayre, New York; Sheldon & Goodwin, Hartford, and others., Dec. 1814. 1814
  A Song book, for children. Newburyport [Mass.]: : Printed by W. & J. Gilman. Sold at their Miscellaneous Book-store, no. 2, Middle-Street., 1814. 1814
  A Song, composed on the cause and progress of the present American war. [United States : s.n., 1814?] 1814
  A Song, composed on the cause and progress of the present American war. [United States : s.n., 1814?] 1814
  Address of the carrier of the Evening gazette, to its patrons. [Boston : Printed by William Burdick, 1814] 1814
  Address. The carrier to the patrons of the Boston spectator. [Boston : Printed by Munroe, Francis & Parker, 1814] 1814
  American naval almanac for the year of our Lord, 1815; : being the third after leap year. / Calculated by Joshua Sharp. ; Containing, besides the usual matter of an almanac, some interesting particulars relative to the navy of the United States, and a variety of useful and entertaining articles. ; [One line of quotation] Philadelphia. : Published by R. & T. Desilver., [1814] 1814
  An Address for the new-year 1815. : Respectfully dedicated to the numerous patrons of the Columbian centinel and Massachusetts Federalist. [Boston : Published by Benjamin Russell, 1814] 1814
  An Affectionate address to young Christians. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1814. 1814
  An Elegy composed on the death of Elder Josiah Shepard, of Gilmanton--N.H. Concord, New-Hampshire : --Printed by Wm. Hoit, Jun. one door north of Robert Harris' store., [1814] 1814
  An Essay on dancing, : in a series of letters to a lady, wherein the inconsistence of that amusement with the true spirit of Christianity is demonstrated. : [Two lines of Scripture text] Philadelphia: : Published by Thomas and William Bradford, and J.W. Campbell., [1814 or 1815] 1814
  At a meeting of the Republicans from all parts of the state, convened at Boston, on the 19ht [sic] of October, 1814, : the following address was unanimously accepted, and ordered to be signed by the president and secretary, of the meeting, and made public. : To the people of Massachusetts. [Boston : s.n., 1814] 1814
  Autumn. New-York: : Printed & sold by Samuel Wood, at the Juvenile Book-store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1814. 1814
  Bible societies in the United States of America, 30th November, 1814. [United States : s.n., 1814] 1814
Republican Party (Mass. : 1792-1828). Central Committee. Boston, March 16th, 1814. Republicans of Massachusetts, : The time approaches, when duty to your country and yourselves, will require at your hands a faithful and conscientious exercise of one on the most invaluable privileges of freemen; that of electing your own rulers. ... [Boston : s.n., 1814] 1814
Vermont. Governor (1813-1815 : Chittenden) By His Excellency Martin Chittenden, Esq. governor ... of Vermont, a proclamation. : ... Wednesday the 20th day of April next, to be observed as a day of public fasting, humiliation and prayer ... Given under my hand, at Jerico, this tenth day of March ... one thousand, eight hundred and fourteen ... [Middlebury, Vt.] : Printed by T.C. Strong--Middlebury, Vt., [1814] 1814
Vermont. Governor (1813-1815 : Chittenden) By His Excellency, Martin Chittenden, Esquire, governor ... of Vermont, a proclamation, for a day of public thanksgiving, praise and prayer. : ... Thursday, the first day of December next ... Given under my hand, in Council chamber, at Montpelier, this seventh day of November ... one thousand eight hundred and fourteen ... [Montpelier, Vt.? : Printed by Walton & Goss?, 1814] 1814
United States. President (1809-1817 : Madison) By the President of the United States of America. A proclamation. : Whereas great and weighty matters, claiming the consideration of the Congress of the United States, form an extraordinary occasion for convening them, I do, by these presents, appoint Monday, the nineteenth day of September next, for their meeting at the city of Washington ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1814] 1814
  Catalogue of books in the Linonian, Brothers' and Moral Libraries, Yale College. New-Haven, : Printed by Oliver Steele., 1814. 1814
Worcester Book Store. Catalogue of English, Scotch, Irish and American editions of books, : now selling by wholesale & retail, at the Worcester Book Store, Court-Hill, in Worcester, by Lazell and Grafton. ; Consisting of history, voyages, travels, geography, antiquities, philosophy, novels, miscellanies, divinity, physick, surgery, anatomy, arts, sciences, husbandry, architecture, mathematics, law, poetry, musick, &c. &c. Printed at Worcester [Mass.], by Isaac Sturtevant., 1814. 1814
Union College (Schenectady, N.Y.) Catalogue of the officers and students of Union College, January, 1814. [Schenectady, N.Y.] : I. Riggs, printer., [1814] 1814
Williams College. Catalogus, senatus academici, et eorum qui munera et officia academica gesserunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea exornati fuerunt in Collegio Gulielmo, : quod est in oppido Gulielmo republicæ Massachusettensis, ab anno M,DCC,XCV ad annum M,DCCC,XIV. : Ecclesiarum pastores literis Italicis exarantur. Qui ad imum classium a cæteris, linea interposita, separantur alibi instituti fuerunt, vel apud nos gradu honorario donati. Apud Stockbridge [Mass.], : Typis H. Willard., M,DCCC,XIV. [1814] 1814
  Chronicle news-boy's address. [Boston : Printed by Adams & Rhoades, 1814] 1814
  Cigar--song. [United States : s.n., between 1814 and 1830] 1814
Society in the County of Worcester for the Reformation of Morals. Constitution of the Society in the County of Worcester, for the Reformation of Morals. [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1814] 1814
  Cottom's new Virginia almanac for the year of our Lord 1815. ... : Adapted to the meridian of Richmond. / Calculated by D.B. Bullock, of Louisa County, Vr. Richmond: : Published annually by Peter Cottom, at his law and miscellaneous bookstore, second door above the Eagle Tavern., [1814] 1814
  Count the cost. : In the course of a few months the yeomanry of Newhampshire will be called upon by the tax-gatherers to contribute their hard-earned substance in support of this glorious war for free trade and sailors' rights. ... [New Hampshire : s.n., 1814] 1814
  Courant-office. Tuesday morning, August 30. Late and interesting. [Hartford : Printed by Hudson & Goodwin, 1814] 1814
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Doctor Watt's Plain and easy catechisms for children. Paris, Ky. : Printed for, and sold by John Lyle. R.M. De Charms, printer., 1814. 1814
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Dr. Watts' Plain and easy catechisms for children. Also The shorter catechism of the Assembly of Divines. : To which is added, some short prayers for children, with hymns, spiritual songs, &c. Bridgeport [Conn.]: : Printed and sold by L. Lockwood., 1814. 1814
  Drawing book of flowers[.] Philada. [i.e., Philadelphia] : Pubd. by W. Charles. Price 50 cents., [between 1814 and 1820] 1814
  Extracts from the Old and New Testaments. : For the perusal of children. Philadelphia. : Printed for Charles Keyser., 1814. 1814
United States. Marshal (Massachusetts) Five hundred dollars reward. United States of America, District of Massachusetts, ss. : Whereas on the evening of Wednesday the 12th inst. nine of the British officers, confined in the gaol at Worcester by order of the president of the United States ... made their escape therefrom ... [Boston : s.n., 1814] 1814
Vermont. Treasurer's Office. General list of the state of Vermont, for the year of our Lord 1813. [Rutland, Vt. : Printed by Fay & Davison, for W. Fay, 1814] 1814
  Graeciae antiquae et insularum conspectus. [cartographic material] [New Haven : s.n., 1814] 1814
  Gustavus and the macaw. : A story to teach children the proper value of things. / Translated from the German. Boston, : Published by Munroe, Francis & Parker, no. 4, Cornhill; and D. Francis, 90 Newbury-Street., [between 1814 and 1816?] 1814
  History of four-footed animals. Newburyport [Mass.], : Printed by W. & J. Gilman. And sold at the Miscellaneous Book-Store, no. 2, Middle-Street., 1814. 1814
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. 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. ; [Four lines of quotations] ; With new hymns, not in common editions. Philadelphia. : Printed and sold by W.W. Woodward, no. 52, South Second Street., 1814. 1814
  Independence. [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1814] 1814
  Infancy. New-York: : Printed & sold by Samuel Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street,, 1814. 1814
  Juvenile poems; or The alphabet in verse. : Designed for the entertainment of all good little boys and girls. : Ornamented with engravings. Albany: : Printed by E. & E. Hosford., 1814. 1814
  Juvenile vice and piety contrasted. : Being the address of Judge Dawes to three boys convicted of stealing; and an account of Charles H. Brodhead, a remarkably pious boy, who died in March, 1813. Boston: : Printed and sold by N. Willis, no. 76, State-Street. (Price 6 cts. single, 50 cts. a doz. $3,50 a hundred.), 1814. 1814
  Lines occasioned by the death of James M'Cormick, Esq. [Carlisle, Pa.? : s.n., 1814?] 1814
United States. Congress (13th, 3rd session : 1814-1815) List of members of the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States, : in the 3d session of the 13th Congress, according to states. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1814] 1814
United States. Marshal (Massachusetts) Marshal's sale. United States of America, district of Massachusetts, ss. : Pursuant to a warrant from the hon. the district court of the United States for the district aforesaid, I do hereby give this public notice, that I shall expose and sell at public auction, and to the highest bidder, on Monday, the 17th day of Oct. inst. at half past 9 o'clock, A.M. at number 16, Central Wharf, or Street, within the town of Boston--the following merchandize ... [Boston] : Rowe & Hooper....printers., [1814] 1814
Vinton, David, 1774-1833. Masonick minstrel. : Circular. Providence, November 10th, A.L. 5814. To Brother [blank] secretary of [blank] lodge, Dear Sir, Your kind offices among the brethren of your lodge are respectfully solicited to promote the sale of a book which I am about publishing, entitled the "Masonick minstrel," ... [Providence : Printed by H. Mann & Co., 1814] 1814
  Massachusetts law of October, 1814. [Boston : s.n., 1814] 1814
  Meeting of citizens in the park, Wednesday, August 10, 1814. : Public meeting. On Wednesday, pursuant to public notice, there assembled in the park, in front of the city-hall, an immense concourse of citizens. Col. Henry Rutgers was unanimously called to the chair, and Oliver Wolcott, Esq. appointed secretary. ... Col. Willet [i.e., Marinus Willett] ... delivered an address to his fellow-citizens, well calculated to inspire animation and courage. ... [New York : s.n., 1814] 1814
Sands, Benjamin. Metamorphosis; oder Eine Verwandlung von Bildern, : mit einer Auslegung in Versen, zum Vergnügen junger Leute. Hannover, in Pennsylvanien; : Gedruckt bey Starck und Lange., 1814. 1814
Sands, Benjamin. Metamorphosis; or, A Transformation of pictures, : with poetical explanations, for the amusement of young persons. New-York: : Published by Samuel Wood, no. 357, Pearl Street. Printed by Joseph Rakestraw, Philadelphia., 1814. 1814
Sands, Benjamin. Metamorphosis; or, A transformation of pictures, : with poetical explanations, for the amusement of young persons. New-York: : Published by Samuel Wood, no. 357, Pearl street. J. Rakestraw, printer, Philadelphia., 1814. 1814
  Missouri territory formerly Louisiana. [cartographic material] / Lewis del. Bower sc. [Philadelphia : M. Carey, 1814] 1814
Thomas, Moses, 1787-1865. Moses Thomas, Philadelphia, proposes to continue the publication of the Quarterly theological magazine, and religious repository. : It will hereafter be conducted by the Rev. Charles H. Wharton, D.D. Rector of Saint Mary's Church, Burlington, Newjersey: and the Rev. James Abercrombie, D.D. Senior Assistant Minister of Christ-Church, Saint Peter's, and Saint James's, Philadelphia: with the aid of several distinguished religious and literary characters. : Original prospectus. [Philadelphia : Published by Moses Thomas, 1814] 1814
  Neujahrs-Wunsch des Herumträgers des Readinger Adlers, an seine Kunden, : bey dem Eintritt des Jahrs 1815. [Reading, Pa. : Gedruckt bey Johann Ritter und Comp., 1814] 1814
Williamson, Hugh, 1735-1819. New-York, January [blank], 1814. : Sir, A few gentlemen of this city, desirous of promoting useful knowledge, met together a few days since, and ... resolved to attempt the formation of a society, to be called the Literary and Philosophical Society of New-York. ... [New York : s.n., 1814] 1814
  Odes to be sung at Acquacknonk [i.e., Acquackanonck, N.J.], July 4th, 1814. [Newark, N.J.? : s.n., 1814] 1814
  Of the various topics embraced in The olive branch, : there is none on which so great a diversity of opinion prevails, as impressment. The official documents ... establish beyond contradiction the horrible enormity of the practice. Evidence, however, of a variety of persons of respectability, examined on oath, by the legislature of Massachusetts, is as contrary to these documents, as light to darkness. ... This table has been kindly furnished by Dr. Adam Seybert ... : An abstract of returns or lists of American seamen and citizens who have been impressed and held on board his Britannic majesty's ships of war, during the time specified, according to the returns made by George W. Irving [i.e., Erving], and William Lyman, to the Department of State. [United States : s.n., 1814?] 1814
Worcester County (Mass.). Sheriff. One hundred and eighty dollars reward! : Escaped from the prison in Worcester, soon after 9 o'clock this evening, the following named British officers, confined by order of the government of the United States ... [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1814] 1814
  Positively the last night of the season. : Mrs. Powell's benefit. ... : This evening, (Friday) April 29th, 1814. will be revived ... the much admired play, in 5 acts, called--The wife of two husbands. ... : To which will be added, the grand melo drama, in 3 acts, called, Tekeli ... [Boston : s.n., 1814] 1814
  Pretty present for children. Newburyport [Mass.], : Printed by W. & J. Gilman. And sold at their miscellaneous book-store, no. 2, Middle-Street., 1814. 1814
  Prospectus of a literary journal, to be published by the students of Harvard University. [Cambridge, Mass. : Printed by Hilliard & Metcalf, 1814] 1814
R. M'Dermut & D.D. Arden (Firm) Prospectus of Dr. Gillies' History of ancient Greece. : Which R. M'Dermut & D.D. Arden, booksellers, New-York, propose to publish by subscription. : The services of gentlemen who interest themselves in procuring subscriptions to this valuable work, shall be very liberally acknowledged by the publishers. New-York: : Printed by John Forbes, no. 61 Fair-Street., 1814. 1814
  Providence, August 22, 1814. : Sir, Believing that you participate with us in a deep concern for the sufferings of our country, and in ardent wishes for the restoration of its prosperity and peace, we are induced to invite your attention to the approaching election of representatives to Congress. ... [Providence : s.n., 1814] 1814
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Psalms carefully suited to the Christian worship in the United States of America: : being an improvement of the old versions of the Psalms of David. : [Three lines of Scripture text] Hartwick [N.Y.]: : Printed by Todds, Clark & Crandal, 1814. 1814
Without holiness no man shall see the Lord. Reflections on Hebrews xii. 14. (Last clause.) : Follow peace with all men, and holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1814. 1814
  Rural sports : illustrated with emblematical prints. Philadelphia : Published and sold wholesale by Wm. Charles. Price 6 1/4 cents., [not after 1814] 1814
York Haven Company. Scheme for selling by certificate, and distributing by allotment, the following valuable properties at York-Haven, viz. [Baltimore? : s.n., 1814] 1814
Yale College (1718-1887) Scheme of the exercises at the public commencement of Yale-College, : September 14th, 1814. [New Haven] : Hudson & Woodward, printers., [1814] 1814
  Scripture history. New-York: : Printed & sold by Samuel Wood, at the Juvenile Book Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1814. 1814
  Select pamphlets. : Containing: Considerations on the jurisprudence of Pennsylvania. Mississippi question--By W. Duane. Letters to John Randolph--By Numa. Speech of John Randolph. New crisis. Black list of Tories. Rush light--By Wm. Cobbett. Dissent of the minority of the House of Representatives of Pennsylvania. Address of the state committee of Pennsylvania. Health law. Paine on government. Speech of Thomas Paine--July 7, 1795. Sampson against the Philistines. : Duane's collection. Philadelphia, : Printed [by William Duane]--, 1814. 1814
  Select pamphlets. : Containing: Logan's address to the world. Ray's letters to Bainbridge. Sloan's orations. Republican crisis. Sampson against the Philistines. Features of Federalism. Documents accompanying the message of the president of the United States, 1808. Letters from Washington to his friends. Jessup vs. Ffirth for a libel. Postumus on duelling. National convention. Rutledge's examination. Report of the judge of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. Enquiry concerning the press--By Thompson. : Duane's collection. Philadelphia, : Printed [by William Duane]--, 1814. 1814
  Select pamphlets. : Containing: Sampson against the Philistines. Politics for American farmers. Letters to Alexander Hamilton, king of the Feds. Test of government. Dissertations on the first principles of government--By Thomas Paine. Barlow's letter to his fellow citizens. Speech of Thomas Paine, July 7, 1795. Law of nations--By W.J. Duane. Decline and fall of English system of finance. An account of Louisiana. : Duane's collection. Philadelphia, : Printed [by William Duane]--, 1814. 1814
  Select pamphlets. : Containing: Views of the public debt and expenditures--by Gallatin. Pinkney's [i.e., Pinckney's] Three letters. Case of Jane Marie. Letters to Alexander Hamilton, king of the Feds. Paine on government. Decline and fall of English system of finance. Petition of Alexander Paterson to the legislature of Pennsylvania. Truth will out, or the foul charges against the editor of the Aurora refuted. An account of Louisiana. Barlow's letter to his fellow citizens. : Duane's collection. Philadelphia, : Printed [by William Duane]--, 1814. 1814
  Spring. New York: : Printed & sold by Samuel Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1814. 1814
Wilde, Richard Henry, 1789-1847. Substance of the arguments delivered before the Honorable Young Gresham, judge of the western circuit, at Hancock Superior Court, February term, 1814 : And before the Honorable Robert Walker, judge of the middle circuit, at Richmond Superior Court, April term, 1814. : On the unconstitutionality of the Alleviating act. / By Richard Henry Wilde. ; [Twelve lines of quotations.] Augusta, Georgia: : Printed by George Adams., 1814. 1814
  Tables of the principal rules of arithmetic. : In which particular pains have been taken to render it a correct text book for schools & individuals. Philadelphia: : Printed and published by Wm. M'Culloch, no. 306, Market Street., 1814. 1814
Wynne, John Huddlestone, 1743-1788. Tales for youth, : in thirty poems. : To which are annexed, historical remarks and moral applications in prose. Boston: : Printed and sold by the booksellers., 1814. 1814
  The Bold lads of Canada. [United States : s.n., between 1814 and 1830] 1814
  The Book of letters. New-York : Printed & sold by Samuel Wood, at the Juvenile Book-store, no. 357, Pearl-street,, 1814. 1814
  The Bravo of Perth: or, Voorn the robber. : Containing the uncommon adventures, depredations, and miraculous escapes of a bold and resolute Scotch robber. Boston: : Printed and published by Samuel Avery., 1814. 1814
  The Carrier of the Yankee, to his patrons, : with the compliments of the new year. [Boston : Printed by Rowe & Hooper, 1814] 1814
  The Carriers of the Clarion, to their patrons. [Nashville : Printed by T.G. Bradford, 1814] 1814
  The Christian's pocket companion, : being one hundred select portions of Scripture, with suitable hymns. Middletown, (C[onn.)] : Printed and published by [Clark & Lyman], 18[??] [between 1814 and 1821] 1814
  The Clergyman's minor almanack; or, An astronomical diary and serious monitor, for the year of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ 1815 ... : Calculated for the metropolis of Massachusetts, lat. 42° 23' North; but will serve for any of the New-England states. Boston: : --Printed for the author, and sold at the bookstore of Lincoln & Edmands, no. 53, Cornhill, and by other booksellers and traders, both in town and country. (Price 4 1/2 dolls per gross, 42 cents per dozen, and 6 cents single.), [1814] 1814
  The Clerk's assistant. : Revised and greatly improved. / By a gentleman of the bar. Poughkeepsie [N.Y.], : Published by Paraclete Potter. P. & S. Potter, printers., 1814. 1814
  The communicant's guide to the altar, : with directions and devotions. : Also, an introductory discourse; explaining the nature and end of this holy sacrament; and the obligations Christians are under to receive the Lord's Supper. Boston: : Printed by Thomas B. Wait & Sons., 1814. 1814
  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. Printed, typographically, at Albany, : by Websters & Skinners and Daniel Steele, (proprietors of the copy-right,) and sold at their respective book-stores, at the corner of State and Pearl-streets, and a few doors south of the old city-hall, in Court-Stre 1814
  The History of beasts. : [Two lines from Genesis] New-York: : Printed and sold by Samuel Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1814. 1814
  The History of Capt. Thomas Parismas, : containing a particular account of the cruel and barbarous treatment of a young lady, who was the wife of Mr. James Negotio, an English merchant in Canton, in the East Indies. : The history of this unfortunate lady, is allowed, by all those who have perused it, to be one of the most striking accounts that ever appeared in print; and would almost excite tears of blood (even from the eyes of a Nero) unless every avenue of compassion was shut up. Concord, N.H. : Published and for sale at the bookstores--, 1814. 1814
  The History of fish. : [Two lines from Genesis] New-York: : Printed and sold by Samuel Wood at the Juvenile Book-store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1814. 1814
  The History of Margaret, and the fable of The bees. : Adorned with cuts. Windsor, (Vt.) : Printed by Jesse Cochran. And sold wholesale and retail at his book-store, 1814. 1814
  The Hopkinsian manuel [sic]; or Orthodoxy explained. [Boston? : s.n., 1814?] 1814
  The House that Eb stript. : A new ditty to be said or sung by full grown children. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jr., 1814?] 1814
  The light infantry drill: : being a system of light infantry exercise. Containing, the position of the soldier without arms, marchings, wheelings, facings, turnings, principles of the shouldered arms, manual exercises, and the formation of a company. Haverhill, Mass. : Printed at the office of Greenough and Burrill., 1814. 1814
  The Major's only son, and his true love's overthrow. Andover, N.H. : Printed by E. Chase for Benjamin Kimball. ..., [between 1814 and 1823] 1814
  The New dream-book: interspersed with stories, anecdotes, &c. : shewing the signification of all kinds of dreams, apparitions, and remarkable providences. Alphabetically arranged. : From Scripture and history, according to Aristotle, Artimedorus, Lord Bacon, Baxter, Booker, Cardan, Ashmole, Culpepper, Julianus, Lilly, Themislius, Theopompus, Melancthon, Tryon, &c. &c. Hartford: : Published by W.S. Marsh, and for sale at his bookstore and bindery, Main Street., 1814. 1814
  The New invented song of James Madison my Joe. [Massachusetts? : s.n., 1814?] 1814
  The Prodigal daughter; &c. [United States : s.n., between 1814 and 1819?] 1814
  The Riddle book. : For the entertainment of young masters and misses. Boston, : Printed by Munroe, Francis and Parker, Juvenile Library, Cornhill, and by David Francis, Newbury Street, near Boylston Market., [between 1814 and 1816] 1814
Radcliffe, Ann Ward, 1764-1823. The romance of the forest. : Interspersed with some pieces of poetry. / By Mrs. Ratcliffe [i.e., Radcliffe], authoress of a "Sicilian romance," etc. ; [Five lines from Shakespeare] ; In two volumes. Vol. I[-II]. New-York: : Published by E. Duyckinck, no. 102 Pearl-Street. George Long, printer., 1814. 1814
Walker, Duncan S. (Duncan Stephen), -1836. The students of the Belles Lettres Society, Dickinson College, having assembled at the Cave Spring, to celebrate the 4th of July, Mr. Duncan S. Walker delivered the following oration. [Carlisle, Pa.? : s.n., 1814] 1814
  The Troubles of Dan, on account of ... [United States? : s.n., not before 1814] 1814
  The Vermont register and almanac, for the year of our Lord 1815 ... Burlington, Vt. : Printed by Samuel Mills., [1814] 1814
  The Vermont register and almanack, for the year of our Lord 1814 ... Burlington, Vt. : Printed by Samuel Mills., 1814. 1814
  The War hawk! or Commercial protector. : Conversation between an American sailor & soldier. [United States : s.n., 1814?] 1814
Stevenson Robert, of Castle Hedingham. The warning voice. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1814. 1814
T. W. (Thomas Wilcox), 1622-1687. Thomae Wilcock's Köstlicher Honig-Tropfen, aus dem Felsen Christo: oder, Ein kurzes Wort der Ermahnung an alle Heilige und Sünder. / Aus dem Englischen nach der vierzigsten Londoner Auflage übersetzt. Hägerstaun, (Märyland) : Gedruckt bey Johann Gruber,, 1814. 1814
  Three Democratic falsehoods exposed out of 160,000. : The war party, with great industry, are circulating through the commonwealth, hand-bills, which contain ... the following false assertions. 1st "That the tax on the banks ... has been diverted to enrich institutions already too rich, at the expense of the people." ... [Boston : s.n., 1814] 1814
  To the honourable General Assembly of the state of Connecticut, to be held at Hartford, the second Thursday of May next. : The petition of Ward Woodbridge, Samuel Tudor, Jr. Charles Sigourney, and their associates, humbly sheweth:--That, the experience of the last thirty years has, in this country, completely demonstrated the advantage arising from well-regulated banks, in a commercial community ... [Hartford : s.n., 1814] 1814
  To the patrons of the Newport Mercury, : the carrier presents the compliments of the season, and the following address. [Newport, R.I. : Printed by Rousmaniere & Barber, 1814] 1814
Whitney, Thomas. Variation of the compass. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1814] 1814
Thomas B. Wait and Sons. Works of M.T. Cicero, in English. : Thomas B. Wait and Sons propose to publish a uniform and elegant edition of Cicero's writings in the best English translation; together with his life by Middleton, and some valuable tracts connected with it. ... [Boston : Thomas B. Wait and Sons, 1814] 1814
  Wyeth's repository of sacred music. : Selected from the most eminent and approved authors in that science, for the use of Christian churches of every denomination, singing schools and private societies. : Together with a plain and concise introduction to the grounds of music, and rules for learners. / By John Wyeth. Printed (typographically) at Harrisburgh, Penn. : by John Wyeth, and sold by him, and by John Bioren, printer and bookseller, no. 88, Chesnut Street, Philadelphia, either of whom will give a liberal allowance to wholesale purchasers., 1814. 1814
  Yankee management, or A lesson to John Bull. [United States : s.n., 1814?] 1814
  Yankee song. [Windsor, Vt. : Printed by Jesse Cochran, 1814?] 1814
Sands, Benjamin. [Metamorphosis; or, A transformation of pictures, : with poetical explanations, for the amusement of young persons.] [Philadelphia or New York : Joseph Rakestraw, 1815?] 1815
Sands, Benjamin. [Metamorphosis; or, A transformation of pictures, : with poetical explanations, for the amusement of young persons.] [Philadelphia or New York : Joseph Rakestraw, 1815?] 1815
  A Catechism: : The subject, Noah's Ark. Sangerfield [N.Y.]: : Printed by Joseph Tenny., 1815. 1815
  A Choice collection of hymns & spiritual songs. : For the use of the pious of all denominations. : [Two lines from Psalms] Hartwick [N.Y.]: : Printed by L. & B. Todd., 1815. 1815
Smith, M. (Michael), 1776- A geographical view of the British possessions in North America: : comprehending Nova Scotia, New-Brunswick, New Britain, North Westland, Upper and Lower Canada. Including the county [i.e., country] to the Frozen Sea on the North, and Pacific Ocean the West. : With an appendix containing a concise history of the war, from the commencement to the close. / By M. Smith, author of the View of Upper Canada, and British posessions, &c. ; Price--$1 25. [Richmond? : Printed by A.G. Booker & Co.?, 1815] 1815
  A Key, to the painting of interesting achievments [sic], on Lake Champlain and Plattsburgh, by Com. Macdonough and Gen. Macomb, now exhibiting in the Exchange Coffee-House. : Admittance, 25 cents. [Boston] : (D. & A. Bowen, printers, Rogers's Buildings.), [1815] 1815
  A Letter to the reverend Calvinist preachers: : being the genuine sentiments of persons proselyted by their doctrine and sentiment: and now made public for the benefit of mankind. : To which is added, five articles on unconditional election and reprobation, extracted from John Calvin's history. [Andover, N.H.] : Printed--and for sale wholesale and retail., 1815. 1815
  A New and complete preceptor for the German flute. : Together with a choice collection of songs, duets, marches, dances, &c. Albany: : Published and sold by Daniel Steele, sign of the Bible, no. 472 South Market-Street. Packard & Van Benthuysen, printers., [between 1815 and 1822] 1815
  A New collection of choice riddles, : for the entertainment of all good children. Hartford: : Printed by B. & J. Russell. State-Street., 1815. 1815
  A New-Year's gift. : [Two lines from Matthew] New-York: : Printed and sold by Samuel Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1815. 1815
  A plan of Fort Sandusky, at Lower Sandusky. [cartographic material] / W. Strickland sc. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1815] 1815
  A Selection of hymns, from various authors, : designed as a supplement to the Methodist pocket hymn book: / compiled under the direction of Bishop Asbury, and published by order of the General Conference. ; [Three lines from Colossians] New-York: : Published by D. Hitt and T. Ware, for the Methodist Connexion in the U. States. John C. Totten, printer., 1815. 1815
Wilbur, Hervey, 1786-1852. A short Biblical catechism, : containing questions historical, doctrinal, practical and experimental. : Designed to promote an intimate acquaintance with the inspired volume. / By Hervey Wilbur, A.M. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts] Hartford: : Published by Sheldon & Goodrich. 1815. Hart & Lincoln, print. Middletown., [1815] 1815
  A Trip to Washington City. : Tune--"Johnny Bull beware.["] [United States : s.n., 1815] 1815
  A Year of jubilee. : The carriers of the Columbian centinel, with the kindest wishes of the day, congratulate their patrons--on the restoration of peace to the whole world:--the revival of commerce, and the mechanic arts:--the return of good times to industry and enterprize out of office; and the general enjoyment of health and prosperity:--and take leave, respectfully to dedicate to them the following hastily written lines:-- [Boston : Published by Benjamin Russell, 1815] 1815
  Address of the carrier of the Bangor weekly register to its patrons, : presenting them with the compliments of the season. [Bangor, Me. : Printed by Peter Edes, 1815] 1815
  Address of the carrier of the Intelligencer, to his patrons--- : wishing them all a happy New-Year. [Portsmouth, N.H. : Printed by Samuel Whidden, 1815] 1815
United States. Adjutant and Inspector General's Office. Adjt. and Inspr. Gen's Office, December 2, 1815. : General order. Vacancies in the Army of the peace establishment. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1815] 1815
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Advices to children, relating to prayer. / By I. Watts, D.D. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1815. 1815
  American history. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, 1815] 1815
United States. An act further to provide for the collection of duties on imports and tonnage. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1815] 1815
United States. General Post Office. An Act to Establish Certain Post Roads in the State of Louisiana. [Washington, D.C. : Printed for the General Post Office, 1815] 1815
United States. An act, establishing rules and articles for the government of the armies of the United States; : with the regulations of the War Department respecting the same. : To which are added, the several laws relative to the Army; the militia when in actual service; volunteers; rangers; ordnance department, and the quarter master's and commissary general's departments. Albany: : Printed by Websters and Skinners., 1815. 1815
Society in the County of Worcester for the Reformation of Morals. An address to the branches of "the Society for the Reformation of Morals in the County of Worcester." [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1815] 1815
  An Adventure in Vermont; or The story of Mr. Anderson. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1815. 1815
Willetts, Jacob, 1785-1860. An easy grammar of geography, : for the use of schools, upon Goldsmith's much approved plan. : Illustrated with seven maps. / by Jacob Willetts. Pougkeepsie [N.Y.]: : Published by P. Potter., 1815. 1815
Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827. Annals of the poor. : Containing The dairyman's daughter, (with considerable additions) The Negro servant, and The young cottager. / By the Reverend Legh Richmond, A.M. Rector of Turvey, Bedfordshire; and Chaplain to His Royal Highness the Duke of Kent and Strathern. ; [One line from Psalms] New-York: : Published by Whiting and Watson. Sold by D. Whiting, Troy, and Camp, Merrill, and Camp, Utica., 1815. 1815
  Battle of New-Orleans. : Gloria mundi. [United States : s.n., between 1815 and 1830?] 1815
  Catalogue of books, for sale, belonging to the library of Richard Alsop, Esq. of Middletown, (Con) deceased; : comprising many valuable and rare works; and including a number of books in the French and Italian languages, with a few in Latin and German. [New York? : Published by I. Riley?, 1815?] 1815
Yale College (1718-1887). Medical Institution. Catalogue of the faculty and students of the Medical Institution of Yale College. : December, 1815. [New Haven] : Oliver Steele, printer., [1815] 1815
Yale College (1718-1887) Catalogue of the faculty and students of Yale College, November, 1815. [New Haven] : Oliver Steele, printrr [sic]., [1815] 1815
  Catechisms for children and young persons. : [Two lines from Solomon] Boston: : Printed by John Eliot., 1815. 1815
Wynne, John Huddlestone, 1743-1788. Choice emblems, natural, historical, moral and divine, : for the improvement and pastime of youth; : displaying the beauties and morals of the ancient fabulists: : the whole calculated to convey the golden lessons of instruction under a new and more delightful dress. Hartford: : Published by Oliver D. Cooke. 1815. Seth Richards, printer. Middletown., 1815. 1815
Society for the Suppression of Vice in the Town of Bedford (Bedford, N.Y. : Town) Circular letter from the committee of the Society for the Suppression of Vice in the Town of Bedford, to the venders of ardent spirits in the town of Bedford and its immediate vicinity. [New York (State) : s.n., 1815] 1815
Williams College. Commencement. Williams College, September 6th, 1815. : Order of exercises. [Stockbridge, Mass.] : M. Van Yorx--printer--Stockbridge., [1815] 1815
  Commercial mail stage, in thirty-nine hours, from Boston to New York, carrying only six passengers. [Boston] : Rowe & Hooper, printers, 78, State-Street--Boston., [1815] 1815
Washington Benevolent Society (Washington County, Ohio) Constitution and by-laws of the Washington Benevolent General Society, of Washington County, Ohio. Marietta [Ohio], : Printed by T. & D.H. Buell and Royal Prentiss., 1815. 1815
Society for the Suppression of Vice in the Town of Bedford (Bedford, N.Y. : Town) Constitution and proceedings of the Society for the Suppression of Vice in the Town of Bedford. [New York] : Printed for the Society, by J. Seymour., 1815. 1815
Washington Union Society. Constitution of the "Union Society." : Whereas many disaffected citizens have long labored to prepare the public mind for a dissolution of the Union ... Therefore, resolved, that we the subscribers do associate under the title of the Washington Union Society, of which the following is the constitution. ... [Dedham, Mass.? : s.n., 1815] 1815
Russell, Jonathan, 1771-1832. Copy of a letter from Mr. Russell to Mr. Clay, dated Stockholm, 15th October, 1815. [United States : s.n., 1815?] 1815
  Description of Dartmoor Prison, England. [New York] : Published at the office of the National advocate, no. 73 Pine-Street [by Naphtali Phillips]., [1815] 1815
  Ein Erbauliches geistliches Lied. : Mel. "Herzlich thut mich verlangen, &c." [Pennsylvania? : s.n., ca. 1815] 1815
  Eine Schöne Sammlung auserlesener Gebeter und Lieder; : zum Gebrauch der Jugend, sowohl in der Schule, als zu Hause. Chämbersburg [Pa.]: : Gedruckt bey Heinrich Merklein., 1815. 1815
Rennie, R. (Robert), 1762-1820. Essay on the natural history and origin of peat, / by Robert Rennie, M.D. of Kilsyth, in Scotland. ; (Abridged for the Massachusetts agricultural journal, by the president of the society.) [Boston] : Printed by E.B. Tileston., [1815] 1815
  Eulogy composed on the death of Dr. Samuel Shepard, : who died Nov. 4th, 1815, in the 77th year of his age, and 46th of his ministry. : "The righteous shall be in everlasting remembrance." [Exeter, N.H. : s.n., 1815] 1815
  Familiar lessons for children, : intended as an early introduction to useful knowledge. : Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] : Sidney's Press, New-Haven., 1815. 1815
  Farmers' and citizens' almanac, for the year of our Lord, 1816 ... Philadelphia: : Printed by David Dickinson, for George W. Mentz, no. 71, Race Street., [1815] 1815
  Fidelity and filial affrection exemplified and rewarded in the remarkable history of Elizabeth L****. : Very interesting to all young persons. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1815. 1815
  Five minutes advice to merchants and mechanics, on the return of peace, to our beloved country. [New York : s.n., 1815?] 1815
  Gen. Jackson's victory at New-Orleans. [United States : s.n., 1815?] 1815
Vermont. Treasurer's Office. General list of the state of Vermont, A.D. 1814. [Windsor, Vt. : Printed by Alden Spooner, 1815] 1815
United States. War Department. General orders and army register. : Adjutant General's Office, May 30, 1815. [United States : s.n., 1815] 1815
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. 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. ; [Five lines of quotations] ; (With some new hymns not in common editions.) See the end for new hymns. Philadelphia: : Published by B.C. Buzby, no. 2, North Third street., 1815. 1815
Stouse, Joseph. In Tammany Society and [i.e., or] Brethren of Principle: May 12, 1815. : Resolved unanimously, that the thanks of this society be presented to Dr. Stouse, for the long talk delivered by him, containing so much truth, and such useful exhortation, and that he by requested to furnish a copy of it for publication. Resolved, that one thousand copies be published in a pamphlet form, for the use of the members. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1815] 1815
  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. [Dedham, Mass.?] : H. Mann & Co. printers., [1815] 1815
  Infancy. New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood, at the Juvenile Book-store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1815. 1815
Smith, George Charles, 1782-1863. Jack tars at Plymouth; or, The fourth part of The boatswain's mate. : being an interesting dialogue between two British seamen. : Containing the conversion of Robert P--. [Newburyport, Mass. : Charles Whipple, no. 4 State St., not before 1815] 1815
  Journal of a voyage from [blank] towards [blank] New-York, : Printed by Edmund M Blunt, at the Quadrant, 202, Water-Street, corner Beekman Slip, where natucial gentlemen are respectfully invited who wish a supply of sextants, quadrants, spy-glasses, charts, pilots, Bowditch's Practical navigator, Blunt' 1815
  Joy to the world----the reign of the "Common Disturber" is at an end. : Great news---direct from France. : Boston gazette office, Saturday, August 5 [1815], 4 o'clock, P.M. [Boston : Printed by Russell, Cutler & Co., 1815] 1815
Wells and Lilly. Latin classicks. : Wells and Lilly, (of Boston,) have commenced publishing, by subscription, under the title of Scriptores Romani, an elegant, uniform, and complete series of those writings, which from their just celebrity have acquired the appellation of the Latin classicks. ... [Boston : Printed by Wells and Lilly, 1815] 1815
United States. Laws of the United States of America. : Vol. XII. : Published by authority. Washington City [D.C.]: : Printed and sold by R.C. Weightman., 1815. 1815
United States. Marshal (Massachusetts) Marshal's sale. : Catalogue of merchandize, to be sold at public auction, on Thursday, February, 16th, 1815, at store, no 16, Central Wharf, at half past 9 o'clock, A.M. Being part of the cargo of the British brig Equity, captured by the private armed ship Orlando, of Gloucester, Joseph Babson, Esq., commander. : Conditions will be made known at the sale. James Prince, marshal. Boston, February 14th, 1815. [Boston] : Printed at the Office of the Yankee--78, State-Street--Boston. Rowe & Hooper--printers. Plain and ornamented printing executed, in the first style, on new and elegant type., [1815] 1815
  Masonic jubilee. At Hopkinton, May 3, A.L. 5815 [i.e., 1815]. : Exercises. [Concord, N.H.] : I. & W.R. Hill, printers. Concord, N.H., [1815] 1815
Sands, Benjamin. Metamorphosis; or, A transformation of pictures, : with poetical explanations, for the amusement of young persons. New-York: : Sold by Samuel Wood and Sons, no. 357, Pearl street. Joseph Rakestraw, printer, Philadelphia., 1815. 1815
  More great news from Europe. : Boston gazette office, Thursday, August 24 [1815], P.M. [Boston : Printed by Russell, Cutler & Co., 1815] 1815
  Neujahrs-Wunsch des Herumträgers des Readinger Adlers, an seine Kunden, : bey dem Eintritt des Jahrs 1816. [Reading, Pa. : Gedruckt bey Johann Ritter und Comp., 1815] 1815
  New Year's address, to the patrons of the Register. [Salem, Mass. : Published by Warwick Palfray, 1815] 1815
  New Year's address, to the patrons of the Yankee. [Boston : Published by Thomas Rowe, 1815] 1815
  New-York Institution for the Promotion of Arts and Sciences. : The committees of the different societies in this city, instituted for the promotion of arts and science, beg leave to present to their fellow-citizens the following statement. ... [New York : s.n., 1815] 1815
  Niles' weekly register. : Washington City, December 18, 1815. An agent for this work is now in Washington City ... He has with him seven files of the Register for sale, complete up to the present time ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1815] 1815
  Notice is hereby given. : That, agreeably to the act of Congress, entitled "An act to provide additional revenues for defraying the expenses of government, and maintaining the publick credit, by laying duties on various goods, wares and merchandise, manufactured within the United States," passed January 18, 1815, every person who shall, after the 18th day of April 1815, manufacture ... any of the hereinafter enumerated articles for sale, is required to give bond and pay the duty as specified in said act ... [Worcester, Mass. : Printed by Henry Rogers, 1815] 1815
  Ode, for thanksgiving, April 13th, 1815. : Tune--"Ye mariners of England." [United States : s.n., 1815] 1815
  Old age. New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1815. 1815
  On the melancholy death of two young gentlemen of the name of Little, in the town of Marshfield, : who were unfortunately shot on the 2d of August, 1815. One of them a son of the late Capt. George Little, the other a son of Capt. Luther Little. [Boston? : s.n., 1815] 1815
  On the third commandment. : [Six lines of verse] Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1815. 1815
  Order of the publick services at the consecration of King Solomon's Chapter [Leicester, Mass], : and the installation of its officers, September 6, A.L. 5815 [i.e., 1815]. [Leicester, Mass. : Printed by Hori Brown, 1815] 1815
  Order of the solemn service, appointed to be performed by the legislature of Massachusetts at the Stone Chapel, : on the 22d of Feb. 1815, in celebration of peace between the United States and Great-Britain. [Boston] : Printed by Munroe & Francis., [1815] 1815
Society for Worcester County and Vicinity, Auxiliary to the Baptist Board for Foreign Missions. Origination and constitution of the Society for Worcester County and Vicinity, (Ms.) Auxiliary to the Baptist Board of Foreign Missions for the United States. [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1815] 1815
  Peace and free trade! : The liberties of America secured by Republican energy. : To the people of Massachusetts. [Boston : s.n., 1815] 1815
  Peace. : Office of the Newport Mercury, Tuesday Feb. 14, 4 o'clock, A.M. [Newport, R.I. : Printed by Rousmaniere & Barber, 1815] 1815
  Peter Prim's profitable present, to the little misses and masters of the United States. : Illustrated with neat engravings. Philadelphia: : Published and sold, wholesale, by Wm. Charles, and may be had of all the booksellers., 1815. Price 12 1/2 cents plain, 18 3/4 coloured. 1815
  Philadelphia, November 20, 1815. : Sir, A splendid monument, of the improved state of the arts in America, is about to be ushered to the world. An edition of Rousseau, that will contain all the writings of that celebrated philosopher, to be published in 19 volumes quarto, is the contemplated object. ... [Philadelphia : s.n., 1815] 1815
United States. President (1809-1817 : Madison) President's message. : Washington City, Dec. 5. This day at 12 o'clock, the president of the United States transmitted to both houses of Congress, the following message ... [Boston] : From the office of Russell, Cutler & Co., [1815] 1815
United States. General Post Office. Proposals for carrying the mail on the following post-roads will be received at this office until the 15th day of July next, inclusive. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1815] 1815
Willis, Nathaniel, 1780-1870. Prospectus of a weekly paper to be entitled the Recorder. [Boston : Printed by Nathaniel Willis, 1815] 1815
Vinton, David, 1774-1833. Providence, (R.I.) January 21, 1815. : Dear Sir, Not having the pleasure of any acquaintance in your town, I take the liberty of requesting you to hand the enclosed circular, to one of the officers of your lodge. ... [Providence : Printed by H. Mann & Co., 1815] 1815
Titcomb, George. Round text. Round and running hand. : Sentimental copies, written for the use of schools & acad. / By Geo. Titcomb. ; Engraved by W. Hooker A.C.S.A. N. York. Newburyport (Mass.) : Sold by the author., [between 1815 and 1846?] 1815
  Rules regulating the practice of the courts of Dauphin County, in the twelfth judicial district of Pennsylvania. : Established September eighteenth, one thousand eight hundred and fifteen. Harrisburg [Pa.]: : Printed by J. Peacock, Market Street., 1815. 1815
  Select fables, : in prose and verse. : [Eight lines from Moore] New-York: : Printed and sold by Samuel Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1815. 1815
Wilkinson, Rebecca. Sermons to children. : To which are added, short hymns, suited to the subjects. / By a lady. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1815. 1815
  Sir, The approaching election cannot but be interesting to you. It will afford you an opportunity to support those political institutions which are dear to us all. ... [Portsmouth, N.H. : s.n., 1815] 1815
  Statement of the amounts of internal duties imposed by the United States : ... paid by each person in the ninth collection district of Massachusetts, during the year 1815. [Andover, Mass.? : s.n., 1815] 1815
  Summer. New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1815. 1815
  Taunton, March 16, 1815 : To Messrs. [blank] Committee for the town of [blank] Sirs, The Republican Convention for this county, holden this day, in Taunton, having appointed you a committee to co-operate with the county committee in measures calculated to bring into action all the Republican voters of your town ... [Boston? : s.n., 1815] 1815
Smith, George Charles, 1782-1863. The boatswain's mate; or, An interesting dialogue between two British seamen. [Newburyport, Mass. : Charles Whipple, no. 4 State St., not before 1815] 1815
  The Carrier of the Christian visitant, : presents his patrons with the compliments of the season, and the following address. [Albany : Printed by H.C. Southwick, 1815] 1815
  The Carrier of the Independent chronicle : congratulates his kind customers on the present elevated and honorable rank our beloved country sustains among the nations of the earth--the blessings of peace acquired by the firm and dignified conduct of our illustrious chief magistrate, and his brave compatriots,--and respectfully begs leave to offer the following lines on the commencement of the year 1816. [Boston : Printed by Adams & Rhoades, 1815] 1815
  The Chambersburg and Franklin County bill of prices, for carpenter and house joiner work of almost every description, both plain and fashionable. : With a short description, of the manner of measuring, different kinds of carpenter and house joiner work. : Agreed on by the subscribers, the 1st April, 1815. Chambersburg [Pa.]: : Printed for the subscribers by G.K. Harper., 1815. 1815
Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827. The dairyman's daughter: : extracted from an authentic and interesting narrative. / Communicated by a clergyman of the Church of England. [Albany, N.Y.]: : (No. 14.--4000 copies printed.) Published by the Albany Religious Tract Society, G.J. Loomis & Co.--printers--Albany., [1815] 1815
Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827. The dairyman's daughter; : an authentic and interesting narrative, in five parts. / By the Reverend Legh Richmond, A.M. Rector of Turvey, Bedfordshire, (Eng.) ; [Four lines of verse from Gray] Newark: : Published and sold by William Tuttle, at his book and stationary store. John Tuttle & Co. printers., 1815. 1815
Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827. The dairyman's daughter; : an authentic and interesting narrative. : To which is added, a treatise on the Lord's Day. : Also, The swearer's prayer; : And The prayer answered. Paris, Ky. : Printed and published by J. Lyle, Bookseller., 1815. 1815
Young, Edward, 1683-1765. The death of Altamont, or The power of conscience: : to which is added, Thoughts on eternity. [Philadelphia] : Published by "The Religious Tract Society of Philadelphia," and for sale at their depository, no. 8, South Front-Street. Wm. Bradford--agent., November--1815. 1815
Smith, Ethan, 1762-1849. The death of God's chosen, a transition to Christ: or, The glories of heaven. : A sermon, delivered in Dunbarton, at the funeral of Mrs. Jemima Harris, late consort of Rev. Walter Harris, March 15, 1815. / By Ethan Smith, A.M. Minister of the Gospel in Hopkinton. ; Published at the request of the hearers. ; [Two lines of Scripture text] Concord [N.H.]: : Printed by George Hough., 1815. 1815
  The Duty of caring for the souls of relatives. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1815. 1815
  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. Printed, typographically, at Albany, : by Websters & Skinners and Daniel Steele, (proprietors of the copy-right,) and sold at their respective book-stores, at the corner of State and Pearl-streets, and a few doors south of the old city-hall, in Court-Stre 1815
  The Great man's journey to the District of Maine; : alias, Sunday marchings, alias Military parade, and religious profession. [Massachusetts? : s.n., 1815?] 1815
  The History and adventures of little Eliza, a companion to little William; : illustrated with a series of elegant figures. : [Twelve lines of verse, with caption: Eliza in the garden reading a little book] Philadelphia: : Published and sold wholesale by William Charles, and may be had of all the booksellers. J. Bioren, printer., 1815 [i.e., between 1815 and 1825?]. 1815
  The History and adventures of Little Eliza, a companion to Little William; : illustrated with a series of elegant figures. : [Twelve lines of verse, with caption: Eliza in the garden reading a little book] Philadelphia: : Published and sold wholesale by William Charles, and may be had of all the booksellers. J. Bioren, printer., 1815. 1815
  The History of Alibeg, the Persian. Hartwick [N.Y.]: : From the press of L. & B. Todd., 1815. 1815
  The History of Margaret, and the fable of The bees. : (Adorned with cuts). Windsor, (Vr.) [i.e., (Vt.)] : Printed by Jesse Cochran,, 1815. 1815
Woodworth, Samuel, 1784-1842. The hunters of Kentucky. [United States : s.n., 1815?] 1815
  The Juvenile story teller, : a collection of original moral tales. : Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] : Sidney's Press. New-Haven., 1815. 1815
Westminster Assembly (1643-1652) The larger catechism, agreed upon by the Assembly of Divines at Westminster, : with the assistance of commissioners from the Church of Scotland, as a part of the covenanted uniformity in religion betwixt the churches of Christ in the kingdoms of Scotland, England and Ireland, and approved anno 1648, by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, to be a directory for catechising such as have made some proficiency in the knowledge of the grounds of religion. Raleigh [N.C.]: : Printed by T. Henderson, Jun., 1815. 1815
  The Late conflict, or Familiar lines composed on the subject of the late war between the United States of America and Great Britain: : Together with the happy return of peace. [United States : s.n., 1815] 1815
  The Lawyer and fiddler. [United States : s.n., between 1815 and 1830?] 1815
  The Life and death of Tom Thumb, the little giant. : Together with some curious anecdotes respecting Grumbo, the great giant, king of the country of eagles. : Embellished with cuts. Hartford: : Printed by Sheldon & Goodwin stereotyped by J.F. & C. Starr., [1815?] 1815
  The News carrier's address, to the readers of the Connecticut courant. [Hartford : Printed by George Goodwin & Sons, 1815] 1815
  The New-York primer; or, Second book. : [Two lines of verse] New-York: : Printed and sold by Samuel Wood & sons. Sold also by West & Richardson, no. 75, Cornhill, Boston., 1815. 1815
  The Patriotic class book: : containing letters, orations & essays, on various subjects, religious, moral and entertaining; with a few diverting poems, for the amusement of youth. All divided into easy paragraphs for the use of schools. / By the author of Philan, an original work now preparing for the press. Hagers-Town [Md.]: : Printed by W.D. Bell, for the author., 1815. 1815
  The Projectors : --and--Empire travelling westward. [Boston] : N. Coverly, Jr. printer, Milk-St. Boston., [1815?] 1815
Willard, Samuel, 1766-1820. The proprietor of the beautiful and interesting situation above represented, : and of the mineral springs connected with it, informs his friends and the public at large, that he has in the course of the last season, greatly extended his establishment. ... [Hartford? : s.n., 1815] 1815
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. The Psalms of David, imitated in the language of the New Testament, and applied to the Christian state and worship. / By I. Watts, D.D. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts] Haverhill, (Mass.) : Published by W. Greenough. 1815. (Stereotyped by B. & J. Collins, New-York.), [1815] 1815
  The Requisite definitions and tables, in acquiring a knowledge of arithmetic, : compiled for the use of schools. : Copy-right secured. New-York: : Printed and sold by Smith & Forman, at the Franklin Juvenile Bookstores, 195 and 213 Greenwich-Street., 1815. 1815
  The Rhode-Island almanack, for the year of our Lord Christ 1816 ... : Calculated for the meridian of Providence (R.I.) lat. 41 deg. 51 m. N. and long. 71 deg. 10 m. W. ... / By Isaac Bickerstaff, Esq. philom. Providence (R.I.) : Printed and sold by Brown & Wilson, near the south-east corner of the Market-House--sold also by W. Wilkinson, Robinson & Howland and J. Brewer, booksellers.--Also by Jacob Richardson, Esq. and Mr. George Wanton, bookseller, Newport. P 1815
Smith, George Charles, 1782-1863. The Royal George; or, The sixth part of The boatswain's mate. : Being an interesting dialogue between two British seamen. [Newburyport, Mass.] : Published by Charles Whipple, Newburyport., [not before 1815] 1815
  The Sister's gift. Newburyport [Mass.], : Printed by W. & J. Gilman, no. 2, Middle-Street., 1815. 1815
Spence, Elizabeth Isabella, 1768-1832. The Spanish guitar. : A tale; for the use of young persons. / By Elizabeth Isabella Spence, author of A Caledonian excursion, The curate and his daughter, &c. Boston, : Printed by Munroe, Francis & Parker, Juvenile Library, no. 4 Cornhill., [1815] 1815
  The United States' spelling book, : with appropriate reading lessons : being an easy standard for spelling, reading and pronouncing the English language, according to the rules established by John Walker, in his critical and pronouncing dictionary. / By sundry experienced teachers. ; [Two lines from Humphreys] Pittsburgh, : Published and sold by Cramer, Spear and Eichbaum, and sold at the Franklin Bookstore, Market Street. 1815. Robert Ferguson & Co. printers., [1815] 1815
  The Village harmony: or, Youth's assistant to sacred musick. : Consisting of psalm tunes and occasional pieces, selected from the works of the most eminent composers. : To which is prefixed a concise introduction to psalmody. Newburyport [Mass.]: : Published by E. Little & Co. and sold at their respective bookstores in Newburyport & Portland: sold also by C. Norris & Co. Exeter; Ephraim Kingsbury, Haverhill, N.H.; Cummings & Hilliard, Boston; and by all the principal bookselle 1815
  The Youth's primer; or, A first book for children. Philadelphia: : Printed for and sold by D. Hogan, Market-St. Ann Coles, printer., 1815. 1815
  Theatre. : On Saturday evening, Dec. 23, 1815. Will be presented, the comedy of Merchant of Venice. ... To which will be added, the farce of Love a la mode. ... [New York] : Printed by Pelsue & Young, 86 Nassau-St., [1815] 1815
  To the Honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled. : The undersigned, your memorialists, citizens of the Mississippi Territory, west of Pearl River, respectfully represent to your honorable body their interests, their feelings and their wishes, in relation to a question already agitated in Congress, growing out of the conflicting claims to lands they inhabit, the titles to which are derived respectively from the governments of England and Spain; embracing also a portion of those derived from and yet to be completed under the government of the United States. ... [Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1815?] 1815
  To the honourable the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States, in Congress assembled. : The petition of the undersigned citizens of the United States, being a committee appointed by and acting for and in behalf of the cotton manufacturers residing in Providence and its vicinity, respectfully sheweth ... [Providence? : s.n., 1815] 1815
Trip, Tommy. Trip's History of beasts. : Being a trifle for a good boy. : Adorned with cuts. Hartford: : Printed by Sheldon & Goodwin. (Stereotyped by J.F. & C. Starr.), [1815?] 1815
  United and extraordinary prayer for the revival of religion, and the advancement of Christ's kingdom earnestly recommended. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1815. 1815
  Von der Creuzigung Jesu Christi! : Mel. Wo bleiben meine Sinnen? [Ephrata, Pa.? : Gedruckt bey Samuel Baumann?, between 1815 and 1820] 1815
United States. War Department. War Department. Section of bounty lands. December 13th, 1815. : Sir--Many gentlemen, members of the present Congress, have presented at this office claims for military land warrants, unaccompanied by formal powers to authorise their delivery. ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1815] 1815
  Whimsical incidents: or The power of music, : a poetic tale: by a near relation of Old Mother Hubbard. [Philadelphia? : William Charles?, 1815?] 1815
  Winter. New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1815. 1815
  Wonderful account of a little girl 10 years old. [Stockbridge, Mass.? : s.n., ca. 1815?] 1815
  Worcester, Feb. 25, 1815. : To the Rev. [blank] Rev. and dear sir, Suffer us, through you, to solicit the benevolent attention of the society under your pastoral care to the heavy calamity with which divine providence has permitted some of the families of this town to be afflicted. Amidst the violence of the snow-storm on Saturday, the 18th instant, our village was alarmed by the cry of fire ... [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1815] 1815
Sargent, Lucius M. (Lucius Manlius), 1786-1867. Wreaths for the chieftain; : together with I'd rather be excus'd. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. Boston., [1815?] 1815
Thayer, William A. A compendium of geography: : being a concise description of the various parts of the world. : Adapted to the capacities of children and youth. / By William A. Thayer. Albany: : Printed by Websters and Skinners, at their bookstore, corner of State and Pearl-Streets., 1816. 1816
  A Horrid murder, committed in Bedford, New-Hampshire, on the 29th January, 1816, by J. Vose, who cruelly tortured a child to death, by the name of Stillman Jacks. [Amherst, N.H.? : s.n., 1816] 1816
  A New Year's address, by the carriers of the Boston weekly magazine, dedicated to their patrons. [Boston : Printed by Henry Bowen, 1816] 1816
Thompson, Otis, 1776-1859. A sermon, preached at the ordination of the Rev. Josephus Wheaton, A.M. to the pastoral care of the church in Holliston, Mass. December 6, 1815. / By Otis Thompson, A.M. pastor of the church in Rehoboth. Providence: : Printed by Miller & Hutchens., 1816. 1816
Worcester, Noah, 1758-1837. A solemn review of the custom of war; : showing, that war is the effect of popular delusion, and proposing a remedy : [Four lines from Vespasian] : Ten thousand copies printed for gratuitous distribution. New-York: : Printed by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1816. 1816
Waterhouse, A. A. A.A. Waterhouse, at the sign of the golden spectacles, no. 66, State-Street, Albany ... continues to manufacture, and has for sale ... a large assortment of gilt and mahogany framed looking glasses. Also--a great variety of spectacles, goggles and eye glasses ... [Albany] : Packard & Van Benthuysen, printers, 472 South Market-Street, Albany., [between 1816 and 1822] 1816
  Adam und Eva, im Paradies. Reading [Pa.], : Gedruckt bey C.A. Bruckman., [between 1816 and 1826] 1816
  Address of the carrier of the Boston intelligencer, and morning & evening advertiser, to its patrons, : with the customary compliments for the year 1817. [Boston : Printed by William Burdick & Co., 1816] 1816
Simmons, Amelia. American cookery, or, The art of dressing viands, fish, poultry and vegetables, and the best modes of making puff-pastes, pies, tarts, puddings, custards and preserves. And all kinds of cakes, from the imperial plumb to plain cake. : Adapted to this country and all grades of life. / By Amelia Simmons, an American orphan. Zanesville, (O.) : Printed and published by Putnam & Clark., 1816. 1816
Simmons, Amelia. American cookery: or, The art of dressing viands, fish, poultry, and vegetables. And the best mode of making puff pastes, pies, tarts, puddings, custards and preserves. And all kinds of cakes, from the imperial plumb to plain cake. : Adapted to this country and all grades of life. / By an American orphan. [Windsor, Vt.] : For sale at the bookstore of Pomroy & Hedge, Windsor, Vt., [1816] 1816
Sweet, Levi. An elegant poem. : On the death of Mr. Edmund Stevenson, the only son of James Stevenson and Hannah Stevenson of Queensbury [N.Y.]. He died while absent on a journey, to the westward, Feb. 5th, 1816. Aged 22 years, 8 months and 8 days. ... [Glens Falls, N.Y.? : s.n., 1816] 1816
  An Elegy, on the death of Mr. Silas Damon, of Scituate, who died at sea, : wrote in respect of the deceased, and respectfully dedicated to the mourning relatives. [Boston] : Printed by Nathaniel Coverly, Jun. Milk-Street, Boston., [1816] 1816
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. An historical catechism for children and youth. : / From Dr. Watts' Second set of catechisms. New-York: : Published by the Female Union Societ[y] for the Promotion of Sunday Schools. J. Seymour, printer., 1816. 1816
Sill, Joseph, 1786-1875. Argument of the plaintiff's counsel, in the case of Joseph Kerr, qui tam, vs. the Bank of Chillicothe. In debt on the statue of usury. : The following is in substance the special verdict. [Chillicothe, Ohio : s.n., 1816] 1816
  Boston theatre. : This evening, (Thursday,) February 8th, 1816, will be presented, a much admired comedy, in five acts, called--The West Indian. Written by R. Cumberland, Esq. ... : To which will be added the favorite musical entertainment in two acts, called--Paul and Virginia. ... [Boston : s.n., 1816] 1816
Republican Party (Mass. : 1792-1828). Central Committee. Boston, 20 April, 1816. : Sir, You will have perceived by the public papers, that the late election has probably resulted in imposing by a trifling majority a Federal governor on this commonwealth ... [Boston : s.n., 1816] 1816
Vermont. Governor (1815-1820 : Galusha) By His Excellency Jonas Galusha, Esquire ... governor ... of Vermont, a proclamation. : ... Thursday, the fifth day of December next, to be observed as a day of public thanksgiving, prayer and praise ... Given under my hand, in Council chamber, at Montpelier, this 21st day of October ... one thousand eight hundred and sixteen ... [Montpelier, Vt.? : Printed by Walton & Goss?, 1816] 1816
Yale College (1718-1887) Catalogue of the faculty and students of Yale College, November, 1816. [New Haven] : T.G. Woodward, printer, Church-Street, New Haven., [1816] 1816
Rowson, Mrs., 1762-1824. Charlotte Temple, : a tale of truth. / By Mrs. Rowson, author of Victoria, Inquisitor, Fille de chambre, etc. ; [Seven lines of quotations] Wilmington [Del.]: : Printed by R. Porter., 1816. 1816
Rowson, Mrs., 1762-1824. Charlotte Temple. : A tale of truth. : [Five lines of verse] / By Mrs. Rowson. Walpole, N.H. : Published by Anson Whipple., 1816. 1816
  Choral-book, : containing psalms, hymns, anthems and chants, used in the Episcopal churches of Charleston, South-Carolina; and a collection of tunes, adapted to the metres in the hymn-book, published by order of the Evangelical Lutheran Synod of the state of New-York. : The whole a selection for the service of all Protestant churches in America. / By Jacob Eckhard, senior, organist of St. Michael's. Boston: : Printed by James Loring, for the author., [c1816] 1816
Wilbur, Hervey, 1786-1852. Circular on the systematic attention of the young to Scriptural knowledge. / By Hervey Wilbur, A.M. [Newburyport, Mass.? : William B. Allen & Co.?, 1816?] 1816
United States. Comptroller of the Treasury. Circular to collectors, naval officers and surveyors. : Treasury Department, Comptroller's Office, July 8, 1816. Sir, I enclose for your government a copy of the acts passed at the first session of the fourteenth Congress of the United States. ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1816] 1816
West & Richardson. Circular. Boston, August 21, 1816. : Sir, The publishers of the Massachusetts register, desirous that it should convey the most correct information, respectfully solicit your assistance in expunging its errors, and supplying such new articles, as in your opinion may be of publick utility for the Register of 1817 ... [Boston : West & Richardson, James Loring, 1816] 1816
United States. Congress (14th, 2nd session : 1816-1817) Congressional directory for the second session of the Fourteenth Congress of the United States. Washington City [D.C.]: : Printed by Daniel Rapine., 1816. 1816
  Croswell's diary, or Catskill almanack, for the year of our Lord 1817 ... : Calculated for latitude 42 degrees and 20 minutes north, and for a meridian 3 degrees east of the city of Washington ... / By Andrew Beers, philom. ... Catskill [N.Y.]: : Printed by M. Croswell & Son, and sold wholesale and retail at their printing-office. Great allowance made to those who purchase quantities., [1816] 1816
  Daily devotions for boarding schools. Elizabethtown, N.J. : Printed by J. and E. Sanderson., 1816. 1816
  Garden seeds, raised at New-Lebanon, Columbia County, New-York, and put up in papers, for sale by [blank] : Among which are the following: [Albany : Printed by Packard & Van Benthuysen, between 1816 and 1824] 1816
Vermont. Treasurer's Office. General list of the state of Vermont, for the year of our Lord 1815. [Windsor, Vt. : Printed by Thomas M. Pomroy, 1816] 1816
Vermont. Treasurer's Office. General list of the state of Vermont, for the year of our Lord 1816. [Rutland, Vt. : Printed by Fay & Davison, 1816] 1816
W. & H.B. Cook (Firm) Groceries. : W. & H.B. Cook, at their store under the museum, South Market-Street, Albany, offer for sale, by wholesale and retail, on the most reasonable and accommodating terms, a general and extensive assortment of choice liquors, teas, sugars, fruits, &c. &c. comprising the following articles, and particularly worthy the attention of grocers, tavern-keepers and farmers. [Albany] : Packard & Van Benthuysen, printers, 472 South Market-Street, Albany., [between 1816 and 1823] 1816
  Happy poverty; or The story of poor blind Ellen. : A well authenticated narrative. New-York: : Published by Dodge and Sayre, no. 86 Broadway., 1816. 1816
  Hard times. [United States : s.n., 1816?] 1816
Taylor, Ann, 1782-1866. Hymns for infant minds. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1816. 1816
United States. Congress (14th, 1st session : 1815-1816). Senate. Index. [Washington, D.C. : Printed by William A. Davis, 1816] 1816
  Kentucky harmony or A choice collection of psalm tunes, hymns, and anthems. : In three parts. : Taken from the most eminent authors, and well adapted to Christian churches singing schools, or private societies. / Selected by A. Davisson. ; Part I. [Harrisonburg, Va. : Ananias Davisson], 1816. 1816
White, Joshua E., -1820. Letters on England: : comprising descriptive scenes; with remarks on the state of society, domestic economy, habits of the people, and condition of the manufacturing classes generally. : Interspersed with miscellaneous observations and reflections. / By Joshua E. White, of Savannah. ; In two volumes. Vol. I[-II]. Philadelphia: : Printed and published for the author. William Fry, printer., 1816. 1816
  Memoirs of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences. Vol. I.--Part IV. [New Haven] : Printed by Steele & Gray, at the office of the Connecticut herald, State-Street, New-Haven., 1816. 1816
Sands, Benjamin. Metamorphosis; or, A transformation of pictures, : with poetical explanations, for the amusement of young persons. New-York: : Sold By Samuel Wood and Sons, no. 357, Pearl Street. Printed by J. Rakestraw, Philadelphia., 1816. 1816
  Miner's agricultural and miscellaneous almanac, for Pennsylvania & New Jersey, for the year of our Lord 1817 : ... Containing ... the sign so much valued in the German almanacs. / The calculations carefully made by William Collom, of Montgomery-Square. Doylestown [Pa.]: : Printed by Asher Miner--and for sale by the groce, dozen or single., [1816] 1816
Stebbins, Luther, 1777-1860. Miscellaneous observations on religious subjects; : being a general view of particular tenets, which at this day are held sacred by many: in which it is endeavoured to reflect light on the plan of salvation by grace, according to the authority of Scripture, reason and common understanding. / By Luther Stebbins. ; [Four lines of verse] [Wilbraham, Mass.?] : Printed for the author, [1816?] 1816
  National utility, in opposition to political controversy: : addressed to the friends of American manufactures. [Boston] : Rowe & Hooper...printers...no. 78, State-Street...Boston., [1816] 1816
  Natural history of beasts. Hartford: : sold by Cooke and Hale. (Copy right secured.), [between 1816 and 1819?] 1816
  Neujahrs-Wunsch des Herumträgers des Readinger Adlers, an seine Kunden, : bey dem Eintritt des Jahrs 1817. [Reading, Pa. : Gedruckt bey Johann Ritter und Comp., 1816] 1816
  New Year's address of the carrier of the Chronicle. [Boston : Printed by Adams & Rhoades, 1816] 1816
  Newburyport meeting. : At a very large and respectable meeting of the Federal Republicans of Newburyport ... Voted unanimously, that this meeting highly approve the nomination of Samuel L. Knapp, Esq. as a man eminently qualified to discharge the important duties of a representative of the people, in the Congress of the United States ... [Newburyport, Mass. : Published by Benjamin Folsom, 1816] 1816
T. & W. Mercein (Firm) New-York, February 1, 1816. : We take the liberty of informing you, that we have now in the press, the third edition ... of the Rules and regulations for the field exercise and manœuvres 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 : Printed by T. & W. Mercein, 1816] 1816
  Notice to the friends of their country. : Boston, February 1, 1816. At a very large and respectable meeting of citizens, from all parts of the commonwealth, assembled in Boston, it was unanimously resolved, to recommend to their fellow-citizens, as candidates for the two first offices in government, the ensuing year--the Honorable Major-General John Brooks, for governor, His Honor William Phillips, Esq. lieutenant-governor. [Boston : s.n., 1816] 1816
  Ode, to the new year. : The following ode is respectfully dedicated--with the best wishes for their prosperity and happiness during this and every other year of their lives--to the patrons of the Centinel, by their grateful servant, the carrier. [Boston : Printed by E.G. House, 1816] 1816
  On the death of Mr. Josiah Shepard. Sutton, N.H. : Printed for Mr. Leonard Messer [by Reuel Lothrop]., 1816. 1816
  Proposals for establishing a number of farms, like those of New England, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. On the south side of the western districts of North Carolina, : for the mutual benefit of the settlers, and of the trade of Charleston, Wilmington, (N.C.) Fayetteville, Georgetown, (S.C.) Augusta, and Savannah, and of the planters on the sea-coast of the two Carolinas, who raise sugar, rice, indigo, cotton, and tobacco, and make lumber and naval stores, and may not raise grain or cattle. [Raleigh, N.C.? : s.n.], 1816. 1816
  Proposals for publishing by subscription a new and elegant map, together with A statistical view of the district of Maine. ... [Boston : Published by Cummings & Hilliard, 1816] 1816
  Providence, April 4, 1816. : Sir, If a people duly appreciate the value of their freedom, and its concomitant blessings, they must be careful to exercise with circumspection their privilege of appointing their rulers. ... [Providence : s.n., 1816] 1816
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. 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. : [Three lines of Scripture text] Pittsburgh: : Published by Cramer, Spear & Eichbaum. Robert Ferguson & Co. print., 1816. 1816
Without holiness no man shall see the Lord. Reflections on Hebrews xii. 14 (Last clause.) : Follow peace with all men, and holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society, by Flagg and Gould., 1816. 1816
United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Public Lands. Report of the Committee on the Public Lands, on the petition of the legislature of the Mississippi Territory, and petitions of sundry inhabitants of said territory, accompanying a bill for quieting and adjusting claims to lands in the Mississippi Territory. : Made, February 12, 1816, and ordered to lie upon the table. [Washington, D.C. : William A. Davis, 1816] 1816
Republican Party (Mass. : 1792-1828) Republican nomination! : At a large and respectable meeting of Republican citizens of both branches of the legislature, and others from various parts of the commonwealth, assembled at the U.S. Court-House, it was unanimously resolved to support the Hon. Samuel Dexter, for governor;--and the Hon. William King, for lieut. governor, of this commonwealth the year ensuing. Mark Langdon Hill, chairman. Erastus Worthington, secretary. [Boston : s.n., 1816] 1816
  Solemn appeal to the electors of Massachusetts! : Election....Monday, April 1. It is agreed on all sides, that the approaching election is one of the utmost importance ... Our information from every part of the state gives us the most confident hopes that the result will be a happy triumph for Republicanism. ... We recommend to your careful attention the essays contained in this sheet. ... [Boston : Printed by Adams & Rhoades, 1816] 1816
Rhode Island. General Assembly. State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. In General Assembly, March 1, 1816. : Resolved, that the proposition of an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, in the following words, viz. "That for the purpose of choosing representatives in the Congress of the United States, each state shall, by its legislature, be divided into a number of districts, equal to the number of representatives to which such state may be entitled. ... Be and the same is hereby disagreed to ... [Providence : s.n., 1816] 1816
  Statement of the amounts of internal duties imposed by the United States (excepting those on household furniture, on watches and on stamps) paid by each person in the third collection district of Massachusetts, during the year 1815. [Portland, Me.? : s.n., 1815?] 1816
  Statement of the amounts of internal duties imposed by the United States : ... paid by each person in the third collection district of Rhode-Island, during the year 1815. [Providence? : s.n., 1816] 1816
  Stoddard's diary, or Columbia almanack, for the year of our Lord 1817 ... : Calculated for latitude 42 degrees and 20 minutes North, and for a meridian 3 degrees East of the city of Washington ... / By Andrew Beers, philom. ... Hudson [N.Y.]: : Printed by Ashbel Stoddard, and sold wholesale and retail at his book-store and printing-office. Great allowance made to those who purchase quantities., [1816] 1816
Republican Party (Mass. : 1792-1828). Central Committee (Bristol County, Mass.) Taunton, October 23, 1816. : Gentlemen, The Central Committee having prepared a circular letter to the Republican electors in this Congressional district, herewith send you, as the corresponding committee for [blank] a number for direction and distribution ... [Boston? : s.n., 1816] 1816
Thackara, James, 1767-1848. Thackara's drawing book : for the amusement and instruction of young ladies & gentlemen in the pleasing and elegant art of drawing. Philadelphia : Published by James Thackara & Son engravers no. 55 Spruce Street., [1816?] 1816
West Congregational Church (Taunton, Mass.) The articles of faith, and the covenant, of the West Congregational Church in Taunton. Taunton [Mass.]: : Printed by A. Danforth., 1816. 1816
  The Asylum Bank. : Addressed to the legislature, and the benevolently disposd of every class. [Boston : s.n., 1816] 1816
  The Battle of Bunker Hill, / composed by a British officer after the engagement. [Boston : Printed for Nathaniel Coverly?, between 1816 and 1824?] 1816
  The Brazier, : a pathetic tale. : Embellished with engravings. Albany: : Printed by G.J. Loomis & Co. corner of State and Lodge streets., 1816. 1816
  The Carriers of the Palladium, to its patrons. [Boston : Printed by Young and Minns, 1816] 1816
  The Carriers' wish, : dedicated, by special permission, to his friends, the generous patrons, of the Boston gazette. [Boston : Printed by Russell, Cutler & Co., 1816] 1816
  The Clergyman's minor almanack; or, An astronomical diary and serious monitor, for the year of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ 1817 ... : Calculated for the metropolis of Massachusetts, lat. 42° 23' North; but will serve for all the New-England states. Boston: : --Printed for the author, and sold at the bookstore of Lincoln & Edmands, no. 53, Cornhill, and by other booksellers and traders both in town and country. Price 4.50 per gross 42 cents per dozen, and 6 cents single.), [1816] 1816
Tyerman, Daniel, 1773-1828. The dairyman; : a narrative of the life, the conversion, the Christian experience, and happy death of Joseph Wallbridge, the father of the interesting young woman described by the Rev. Mr. Richmond in his celebrated tract "The dairyman's daughter." / By the Rev. D. Tyerman. New-York: : Published by W.B. Gilley, 92 Broadway. Van Winkle & Wiley, printers., 1816. 1816
Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827. The dairyman's daughter. (Second part.) [Philadelphia] : Published by "The Religious Tract Society of Philadelphia," and for sale at their depository, no. 8, South Front-Street., [1816?] 1816
Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827. The dairyman's daughter. / By Rev. Legh Richmond, Rector of Turvey, Bedfordshire, Eng. ; An authentic narrative. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society, by Flagg and Gould., 1816. 1816
Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827. The dairyman's daughter; : a narrative from real life. (First part.) [Philadelphia] : 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] 1816
Royal Arch Masons. General Grand Chapter (U.S.) The General Grand Royal Arch constitution, for the United States of America. Boston: : Printed by C. Stebbins., 1816. 1816
  The Happy child. : [A narr]ative of the holy life and peaceable death of a remarkable pious child of Hertfordshire--England. [Boston] : Printed for and sold by N. Coverly, Milk-Street....Boston., [between 1816 and 1824?] 1816
  The History of beasts. : [Two lines from Genesis] New-York: : Printed and sold by S. Wood & Sons, at the Juvenile Book-store, no. 357, Pearl-Street., 1816. 1816
Shephard, Mrs. The invisible monitor; or, Memoirs of the D'Alvara family. / By Mrs. Shephard. ; [Four lines from Addison] Philadelphia: : Printed for Conrad Seyfert. John Bioren, printer., 1816. 1816
Stowell, Hugh, 1768-1835. The life of William Kelley. : (An authentic narrative.) Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1816. 1816
  The News-boy's address, to the patrons of the New-Hampshire gazette. [Portsmouth, N.H. : Printed by Beck & Foster, 1816] 1816
Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827. The orphan. / (By the author of The young cottager.) [New York] : Published by the New York Sunday School Union Society., [1816] 1816
  The Pawtucket collection of conference hymns. / By David Benedict, Pastor of the Baptist Church in Pawtucket. [Three lines of Scripture text] Boston: : Printed by Lincoln & Edmands, 53 Cornhill., 1816. 1816
Religious Charitable Society in the County of Worcester, Mass. The rise and operations of the Religious Charitable Society in the County of Worcester, : including the report of the directors at the annual meeting 1815; the act of incorporation together with an address to the public on the importance of educating pious young men for the Christian ministry. : Published by a committee of the Society. Leicester [Mass.], : Printed by Hori Brown., 1816. 1816
Sproat, Nancy, 1766-1827. The second part of Ditties for children. / By the authoress of "Ditties for children," &c. &c. Boston: : Published by West and Richardson, T.W. White, printer., 1816. 1816
Westminster Assembly (1643-1652) The shorter catechism, agreed upon by the Assembly of Divines at Westminster. New-Brunswick: : Published by Terhune & Letson. Deare & Myer, print., 1816. 1816
Stevenson Robert, of Castle Hedingham. The warning voice. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1816. 1816
  Theatre. : Mr. Bibby's benefit. On Friday evening, November 22, will be presented, the comedy of A new way to pay old debts. ... To which will be added, the musical farce of Lock & key. ... [New York : s.n., 1816] 1816
  Theatre. : On Friday evening, January 26, 1816, will be presented, the tragedy of Romeo & Juliet ... After which, will be presented ... the dramatic romance, in two acts, of Zembuca, or, The net maker and his wife. Written by J. Pocock, Esq. ... [New York] : Printed by Pelsue & Young, 86 Nassau-St., [1816] 1816
  Theatre. : On Friday evening, March 8, 1816, will be presented, the tragedy of The castle spectre. ... To which will be added, the operatic drama of Brother & sister ... [New York] : Printed by Pelsue & Young, 86 Nassau-St., [1816] 1816
  Theatre. : On Friday evening, Sept. 20, 1816, will be presented, (for the 2d time in America) the play of Guy Mannering; or The gipsy's prophecy. Written by D. Terry, Esq. The story from Walter Scott's popular novel ... : To which will be added, the musical farce of The highland reel. ... [New York : s.n., 1816] 1816
  Theatre. : On Friday evening, Sept. 27, 1816, will be presented, (for the 1st time in New-York) the tragedy of Bertram; or The castle of Aldobrand. Written by R.C. Maturin, Esq. ... To which will be added, the musical farce of Turn out. ... [New York : s.n., 1816] 1816
  Theatre. : On Wednesday evening, September 4, will be presented, the comedy of The poor gentleman ... To which will be added, the farce of The sleep walker. ... [New York : s.n., 1816] 1816
  Theatre. : The last night of Mr. Cooper's engagement. On Monday evening, Dec. 23, 1816, will be presented, the tragedy of Macbeth ... To which will be added, the musical farce of The shipwreck. ... [New York : s.n., 1816] 1816
  Theatre. : The public is respectfully informed, that Major General Gaines intending to honor the theatre with his presence this evening, the front of the house will be brilliantly illuminated. : On Saturday evening, November 16, will be presented, the play of The mountaineers. ... To which will be added, the musical farce of Sprigs of laurel ... [New York : s.n., 1816] 1816
  Theatre. : The public is respectfully informed, that Mr. Bibby is engaged for five nights ... On Tuesday evening, November 19, will be presented, the tragedy of Richard III. ... To which will be added, the musical farce of No song no supper. ... [New York : s.n., 1816] 1816
  Theatre. : The public is respectfully informed, that Mr. Cooper is engaged for four nights only. ... On Saturday evening, Dec. 21, 1816, will be presented ... the new farce of What's next written by T. Dibdin, Esq. ... After which, the comedy of Rule a wife and have a wife. ... The whole to conclude with the grand melo drama, in 2 acts, of Aladdin, or The wonderful lamp. ... [New York : s.n., 1816] 1816
  Theatre. : The public is respectfully informed, that Mr. Robertson is engaged for a few nights ... On Saturday evening, July 13, 1816, will be presented, the play of The foundling of the forest. ... To which will be added, the farce of 'Tis all a farce. ... [New York : s.n., 1816] 1816
  Theatre. For the benefit of Mr. Bartow. : On Friday evening, Feb. 2, 1816, will be presented ... the tragedy of Tancred and Sigismunda. ... Between the play and entertainment will be presented, the interlude of Eight to one, or, How to nail the manager. ... The evening's entertainments to conclude with the farce of Ways & means. ... [New York] : Printed by Pelsue & Young, 86 Nassau-St., [1816] 1816
  Theatre. For the benefit of Mr. Cooper. : On Monday evening, Feb. 26, 1816, will be presented, Shakspeare's [sic] comedy of Much ado about nothing. ... To which will be added, the farce of Catherine & Petruchio, or The taming of a shrew. ... [New York] : Printed by Pelsue & Young, 86 Nassau-St., [1816] 1816
  Theatre. For the benefit of Mrs. Burke. : On Friday evening, January 12, 1816, will be presented, the comedy of A cure for the heart ache ... The evening's entertainments to conclude with the grand romantic melo drama, of Timour the Tartar ... [New York] : Printed by Pelsue & Young, 86 Nassau-St., [1816] 1816
  Theatre. For the benefit of Mrs. Groshon, (late Mrs. Goldson.) : On Wednesday evening, June 26, 1816, will be presented, the comedy of Town & country ... To which will be added, the melo drama of The miller and his men ... [New York : s.n., 1816] 1816
  Third evening. Grand oratorio to aid in rebuilding Zion Church. : At St. Paul's on Tuesday evening, June 4, 1816. Leader of the band, Mr. Gillingham. [New York] : Charles N. Baldwin, printer, no. 49 Division-Street, New-York., [1816?] 1816
Thomas, Isaac, 1784-1859. Washington City, April 30th, 1816. : Dear Sir, My present indisposition is such as to render it impracticable for me to give you any thing like a detailed view of the proceedings of Congress during its recent session; but will briefly sketch those measures and relations in which you are more immediately concerned. ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1816] 1816
Wells, William, 1773-1860. William Wells, Boston, has just imported a large and extensive assortment of theological, critical, classical, and philosophical works ... [Boston : Printed by Wells and Lilly, 1816] 1816
United States. Revenue Office. (Circular to collectors of the revenue, no. 39.) Treasury Department, Revenue Office, December [blank] 1817. : Sir: I proceed, agreeably to the intimation in my letter to you of the 18th instant, to state the steps that it will be proper to take to carry into effect the Act to abolish the internal duties, a copy of which is annexed ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1817] 1817
Stringfellow, Laban. (Circular.) : Sir, For your edification and amusement, I send the following poem, in which my feeble muse endeavors to describe a match race, run about the year 1809, at Oppelousas, in Louisiana, between William Darby, Esq. geographer and map maker, and Mr. Joseph Aborn, deputy collector of the district of the Teche. The northern reviewers and newsmen have bestowed much eulogium on the productions of Mr. Darby, and I feel unwilling that his praises should not be reverberated from the land he has, to his great emolument, rescued from obscurity--perhaps from oblivion. [Natchez, Miss.? : s.n., 1817?] 1817
Warner, Thomas. A brief outline of the history of the Bible, and of the signal providence of God in all ages, for preserving and diffusing the knowledge and blessings of its truth and salvation in the world: : together with some remarks upon Bible societies: in a sermon, preached in the city of Hudson, Sept. 10, 1817, before the Auxiliary Bible Society of the County of Columbia. / By Thomas Warner, A.M. New-York: : Printed by J. Seymour, no. 49 John-Street., 1817. 1817
Wolcott, T. A selection of hymns and spiritual songs, for those who wish to praise God. / By T. Wolcott. ; [One line of quotation] Portland [Me.]: : Rinted [sic] by A. & J. Shirley., 1817. 1817
United States. Acts passed at the first session of the Fourteenth Congress of the United States. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1817] 1817
United Religious Christian Society (Walpole, N.H.) Agreement of the first Christian Church, in Walpole, N.H. [Walpole, N.H. : s.n., between 1817 and 1826?] 1817
Scott, Jonathan M., Esq. Blue lights, or The convention. : A poem, in four cantos. / By Jonathan M. Scott, Esq. ; [Four lines of verse] New-York: : Printed and published by Charles N. Baldwin, bookseller, Chatham, corner of Chamber-Street., 1817. 1817
Vermont. Governor (1815-1820 : Galusha) By His Excellency Jonas Galusha, Esquire ... governor ... of Vermont, a proclamation. : ... Thursday the fourth day of December next, a day of public thanksgiving, prayer and praise ... Given under my hand at Montpelier, this twentieth day of October ... one thousand eight hundred and seventeen ... [Montpelier, Vt.? : Printed by E.P. Walton?, 1817] 1817
Vermont. Governor (1815-1820 : Galusha) By His Excellency Jonas Galusha, Esquire, governor ... of Vermont, a proclamation. : ... Wednesday, the sixteenth day of April next, as a day of public fasting, humiliation and prayer ... Given under my hand, at Shaftsbury, this third day of March ... one thousand eight hundred and seventeen ... [Bennington, Vt.? : Printed by Darius Clark?, 1817] 1817
Thomas, Moses, 1787-1865. Catalogue of English books, stationary and fancy articles. : M. Thomas, (no. 52 Chestnut, near Second Street) has imported from London ... an extensive collection of valuable books ... together with an excellent assortment of stationary and fancy articles. ... a collection, equal, if not superior to any at present in Philadelphia. ... [Philadelphia : Printed by J. Maxwell?, 1817] 1817
T. K. Jones & Co. Catalogue of hardware and cutlery, : for sale at auction, by T.K. Jones, & Co. at store no. 16 Central Street, near Kilby Street, on Tuesday, 25th November, 1817, at 11 o'clock. : Terms ... [Boston : s.n., 1817] 1817
Thomas, Moses, 1787-1865. Catalogue of new publications. June, 1817. : M. Thomas, no. 52, Chesnut near 2d Street, Philadelphia, has just published, Legh's travels. ... [Philadelphia : Printed by J. Maxwell?, 1817] 1817
South Carolina College. Catalogus curatorum, facultatis sociorum, tutorumque, Collegii Meridionali-Caroliniensis, : necnon eorum qui thesaurarii, bibliothecae, praefecti, curatorumque secretarii, munera sustinuerunt, denique eorum omnium qui gradus alicujus laurea exornati sunt. : Ab anno 1801 ad annum 1817. Columbiae [S.C.]: : Excuderunt Cline & Hines., 1817. 1817
Williams College. Catalogus, senatus academici, et eorum qui munera et officia academica gesserunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt in Collegio Gulielmensi, : oppidi Gulielmi, republica Massachusettensi. : Ecclesiarum pastores literis italicis exarantur. Qui ad imum classium à caeteris, lineâ interpositâ, separantur alibi instituti fuerunt, vel apud nos gradu honorario donati. Albaniae: : Jesse Buel, typographo. MDCCCXVII. Rerumpublicarum foederatarum Americae summae potestatis anno XLII., [1817] 1817
Rockingham Charitable Society in New-Hampshire. Constitution of the [blank] branch of the Rockingham Charitable Society, in New-Hampshire. [Portsmouth, N.H. : Printed by Charles Turell, 1817] 1817
Virginia. Council of State. Council Chamber, July 16th, 1817. Circular. : Gentlemen, It being impracticable to procure and furnish you copies of the assessment of land and lots made in the respective counties of this state ... I am authorised by the United States' Commissioner of the Revenue, to inform you that he has instructed the principal assessors and collectors ... to give you the necessary access to those documents, so as to enable you ... to execute your duty under the law, for arranging the counties into districts for the election of senators, and for equalizing the land tax. ... [Richmond : s.n., 1817] 1817
Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827. Das Milchmädchen; : eine wahrhafte und interessante Erzählung, in fünf Abtheilungen. Philadelphia: : Gedruckt und im Verlag bey Conrad Zentler, in der Zweyten Strasse, unterhalb der Rehs-Strasse., 1817. 1817
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Dr. Watts' Divine songs, in easy language, for the use of children. : To which are added short sermons. ; [One line of Scripture text] Lebanon, (Ohio.) : Printed by Van Vleet and Camron., 1817. 1817
Rob't. M. & I. Russell (Firm) Exchange line to and from N. York and Philadelphia. : The subscribers continue to transport goods to and from N. York and Philadelphia, by the way of New-Brunswick and Trenton. They have 4 sloops ... Application to be made in New-York to Rob't. M. & I. Russell, no. 15, South-Street ... and in Philadelphia, to John Goodwin, Arch-Street Wharf. [New York : s.n., 1817] 1817
United States. From the office of the National advocate.---July 4, 1817. Declaration of Independence, by the representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, July 4, 1776. [New York : Published by Naphtali Phillips, 1817] 1817
United States. Congress (14th, 2nd session : 1816-1817). Senate. Index. [Washington, D.C. : William A. Davis, 1817] 1817
Richardson, John, 1790-1866. Juvenile catalogue, or A list of children's books. : For sale, at John Richardson's book store, no. 31 Market Street. Philadelphia. : [Published by John Richardson], 1817. 1817
Steck, John Michael, 1756-1830. Kurzer Unterricht der christlichen Lehre, und Examen der Confirmation / aufgesetzt und zusammen getragen von Hrn. Johan Michael Steck. Evangelisch Lutherischer Prediger. [Four lines from Matthew] Grünsburg [Pa.], : Gedruckt, bey Johannes Armbrust, und Companie. ; 1817. 1817
Yale College (1718-1887) Laws of Yale College, passed since 1817. [New-Haven : Printed by Sherman Converse at the Journal Office, between 1817 and 1822] 1817
Y. M. Mary, the milk-maid. [United States? : s.n., 1817?] 1817
United States. Department of State. Memorandum of the dress of an American minister, : as fixed by the mission to Ghent. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1817] 1817
United States. President (1817-1825 : Monroe) Message from the president of the United States, to both houses of Congress, at the commencement of the first session of the fifteenth Congress. : December 2, 1817. Read, and committed to the committee of the whole House on the state of the Union. Washington City [D.C.]: : Edward De Krafft, printer., 1817. 1817
Saratoga Baptist Association. Minutes of the Saratoga Baptist Association, held at the meeting-house of the Second Church in Galway, June 25 and 26, 1817: : together with their circular, and corresponding letter. [Ballston Spa, N.Y.] : Printed at the Courier Office, Ballston-Spa., 1817. 1817
Thomas, Moses, 1787-1865. Philadelphia edition of Moore's new poem. : M. Thomas has just published, Lalla Rookh, an Oriental romance, by Thomas Moore ... [Philadelphia : Printed by J. Maxwell?, 1817] 1817
Ware, John, 1795-1864. Poem, delivered before the [Phi]BK Society of Harvard University, on their anniversary, August 28, 1817. / By John Ware, M.D. ; A few introductory lines, and some other passages, which were spoken, are omitted in printing. Cambridge [Mass.]: : Printed by Hilliard and Metcalf., 1817. 1817
Sproat, Nancy, 1766-1827. Poetic tales, for children. / by the authoress of "Stories for children, by Goody Lovechild," and "Ditties for children, by a lady of Boston." New-York: : Printed and sold by Samuel Wood & sons, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 261, Pearl-Street,, 1817. 1817
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Private Land Claims. Report of the Committee on Private Land Claims, on the petition of Gabriel Winter and others, accompanying a bill "confirming certain lands in the county of Arkansas, in the Missouri Territory, to the heirs of Elisha Winter, and to the heirs of William Winter." : December 30, 1817. Read and committed to a committee of the whole House to-morrow. [Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1817] 1817
Rogers, Daniel, 1780-1839. Report of the trial of John Quay, vs. the Eagle Fire Company of New-York; : before the Honourable William W. Van Ness, one of the justices of the Supreme Court of Judicature of the state of New-York, at the City-Hall of the city of New-York; commencing on Friday the sixth, and ending on Tuesday the tenth days of December, 1816. : [Three lines of Latin quotation and English translation] / By Daniel Rogers, counsellor at law, editor of the "New-York City-Hall recorder." New-York: : Printed by J. Seymour, no. 49 John-Street., 1817. 1817
Virginia. Council of State. Richmond, Council Chamber, Sir, I beg leave to call your attention to the instructions in the annexed advice of Council ... [Richmond : s.n., 1817] 1817
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Romeo and Juliet. : A tragedy. / By William Shakspeare. ; As altered for representation by David Garrick. New-York: : Published by David Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery., 1817. 1817
Worcester Turnpike Corporation. Sir, In pursuance of a resolution adopted, at the late meeting, by the Worcester Turnpike Corporation, : you are hereby notified that an adjourned meeting of the members of the corporation will be holden at Stone's Tavern ... Boston ... to hear and act upon the reports of two committees appointed at the last meeting ... [Boston : s.n., 1817] 1817
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Songs divine and moral, for the use of children. / By Isaac Watts. ; [Two lines from Matthew] New York: : Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 261 Pearl Street., [between 1817 and 1820?] 1817
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Songs, divine and moral, for the use of children. / By Isaac Watts. ; [Two lines from Matthew] New-York : Printed and sold by S. Wood & Sons, at the Juvenile Book-Store, no. 261, Pearl-Street., 1817. 1817
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Songs, divine and moral. For the use of children. / By Isaac Watts, D.D. ; [Two lines from Matthew] ; To which are added, The principles of the Christian religion, in plain and easy verse. / By P. Doddridge, D.D. New-York: : Printed and sold by T. and J. Swords, no. 160 Pearl-Street., 1817. 1817
United States. President (1817-1825 : Monroe) Speech of the American president. : Washington, Dec. 2. This day at twelve o'clock the president of the United States transmitted to both houses of Congress the following message, by Mr. Joseph Jones Munroe, his secretary ... [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1817] 1817
Sandham, Elizabeth. The adopted daughter; : A tale for young persons. / By Miss Sandham, author of the Twin sisters, William Selwyn, and many other approved works. ; [One line of quotation]. New-York: : Published by William B. Gilley, 92 Broadway. Abraham Paul, printer., 1817. 1817
Webster, Noah, 1758-1843. The American spelling book; : containing the rudiments of the English language, for the use of schools in the United States. / By Noah Webster, Esquire. Printed at Boston, : for West & Richardson, proprietors of the copy right. Sold, wholesale and retail, at their bookstore, no. 75, Cornhil [sic]. Also by West and Blake, O.C. Greenleaf, Thomas and Andrews, in Boston. By Thomas and Whipple and E. Little an 1817
Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827. The cottager's wife. : A narrative written by a clergyman of the Church of England. ; Taken, with some omissions, from the Christian observer. ; [Two lines of quotation] Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1817. 1817
Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827. The dairyman's daughter. : An authentic narrative. / By Rev. Legh Richmond, Rector of Turvey, Bedfordshire, Eng. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1817. 1817
Turner, Mrs. (Elizabeth), -1846. The daisy; or Cautionary stories in verse. : Adapted to the ideas of children from four to eight years old. : Illustrated with sixteen engravings on copperplate. Part. I. Philadelphia: : Published by Benjamin Warner, no. 147, Market Street. 1816 [i.e., 1817]. Printed by Lydia R. Bailey., [1817] 1817
Spring, Gardiner, 1785-1873. The doctrine of election : illustrated and established in a sermon preached on the evening of the second Lord's Day, in December, 1816. / By Gardiner Spring, A.M. Pastor of the Brick Presbyterian Church in the city of New-York. Cooperstown [N.Y.]: : Printed by H. & E. Phinney., 1817. 1817
Rice, Luther, 1783-1836. The exercise of conscience: : a glorious privilege, conferred by Jehovah, and guaranteed by the highest authority of the United States of America, which sanctions the within reasons for withdrawing from the Congregational Church in Homer : --with a valedictory address to the same church. / By Luther Rice. Cortland Village [N.Y.]: : Printed by B.S. & D. Campbell., 1817. 1817
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. The first set of catechisms and prayers; or The religion of little children, under seven or eight years of age. : Collected out of the larger collection of prayers and catechisms for young children. : To which is added, the alphabet and some easy spellings for small children. / By I. Watts, D.D. Albany: : Printed by Websters & Skinners., 1817. 1817
Valentin et Orson (French romance). English. The history and adventures of the renowned princes Valentine and Orson. Philadelphia: : Published and sold wholesale by Wm. Charles, no. 32, South Third-street, and may be had of all the booksellers. Price 18 3-4 cents., 1817. 1817
Sherwood, Mary Martha, 1775-1851. The history of little Henry and his bearer. : From the eighth London edition. New-York: : Printed and sold by E.B. Gould no. 5, Chatham-Street., 1817. 1817
Sherwood, Mary Martha, 1775-1851. The history of little Henry and his bearer. : From the second London edition. Andover [Mass.]: : Published by Mark Newman. Flagg & Gould. printers., 1817. 1817
Woodworth, Samuel, 1784-1842. The hunters of Kentucky. : As sung by Mr. Ludlow, in the New Orleans and western country theatres. [New Orleans? : s.n., 1817?] 1817
Stower, C. (Caleb), 1778 or 1779-1816. The printer's manual, : an abridgment of Stower's Grammar; comprising all the plans in that work for imposing forms, several tables and other useful articles. : With a copperplate engraving, being an exemplification of typographical marks. Boston: : Printed and published by R. & C. Crocker, no. 3, Suffolk Buildings., 1817. 1817
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. The Psalms of David, imitated in the language of the New Testament, and adapted to the Christian use and worship. / By I. Watts, D.D. ; A new edition, in which the Psalms omitted by Dr. Watts are versified, local passages are altered, and a number of Psalms are versified anew, in proper metres. By Timothy Dwight, D.D. president of Yale College. ; At the request of the General Association of Connecticut. ; To the Psalms is added, a selection of hymns. Albany: : Published by Websters & Skinners, and Daniel Steele. Packard & Van Benthuysen, printers., 1817. 1817
Whittington and his cat. The renowned history of Sir Richard Whittington, and his cat. : Adorned with cuts. [New Haven] : Sidney's Press, New-Haven., 1817. 1817
Thomas, Moses, 1787-1865. The Rev. Robert Adam's history of all religions. : M. Thomas, no. 52, Chesnut-Street, Philadelphia, has in press, and proposes to publish by subscription, a very valuable work, entitled, The religious world displayed: or, A view of the four grand systems of religion ... by the Rev. Robert Adam ... [Philadelphia : Printed by James Maxwell?, 1817] 1817
Religious Tract Society of Philadelphia. The second annual report of the Religious Tract Society of Philadelphia. [Philadelphia : s. n., 1817?] 1817
Westminster Assembly (1643-1652) The shorter catechism, composed by the Assembly of Divines at Westminster: : containing the principles of the Christian religion, with Scripture proofs. : To which is prefixed, short and easy questions for children, at first beginning. Philadelphia: : Printed and sold by John Bioren, no. 88, Chesnut-Street., 1817. 1817
Walker, George, 1772-1847. The three Spaniards, : a romance. / By George Walker, author of The vagabond, &c. &c. ; In two volumes. Vol. I[-II]. ; [Four lines from Shakespeare] New-York: : Printed by S. Marks, for self and Richard Scott., 1817. 1817
Westminster Assembly (1643-1652) The Westminster Assembly's Shorter catechism. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1817. 1817
Teacher, active 1804. The young student's examiner: : being a concise introduction to arithmetic: containing such definitions and tables as are necessary to be committed to memory. / By a teacher. Ballston Spa [N.Y.]: : Printed by J. Comstock, for R. Sears., 1817. 1817
United States. Revenue Office. To all people to whom these presents shall come, greeting: : Know ye, that I, George Cleveland, of Middlebury, in the fourth collection district within the state of Vermont, and collector of internal duties for the United States of America, for the district aforesaid, did ... on the first day of November ... one thousand eight hundred and sixteen, receive from the principal assessor for said district, a certified copy of a list by him made out, of all the property in said district, subject to the tax assessed by the act of the Congress ... [Middlebury, Vt.? : Printed by F.P. Allen?, between 1817 and 1819] 1817
Robinson, George. To the honorable Superior Court to be held at Hartford ... on the second Tuesday of February, A.D. 1818 ... : The petition of George Robinson, of Marlborough, in the county of Hartford, humbly sheweth ... [Hartford : s.n., 1817] 1817
Republican Party (N.H. : 1792-1828) William Plumer, governor. : Benjamin Pierce, counsellor. Thomas Chandler, senator. David Stewart, treasurer. Isaac Brooks, reg. deeds. [New Hampshire : s.n., 1817] 1817
Sands, Benjamin. [Metamorphosis; or, A transformation of pictures, : with poetical explanations, for the amusement of young persons.] [Philadelphia : Joseph Rakestraw, 1818?] 1818
Wakefield, Priscilla, 1751-1832. A brief memoir of the life of William Penn. : Compiled for the use of young persons. / By Priscilla Wakefield. Philadelphia, : Published by Isaac Peirce, no. 5, North Front Street. 1818. Shinn, printer, Fetter Lane., [1818] 1818
Social Library (Oxford, Mass.) A catalogue of books belonging to the Social Library in Oxford, March 1st, 1818, with their prices annexed. [Worcester, Mass.? : s.n., 1818] 1818
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. A historical catechism, for children and youth. / From Dr. I. Watts' Second set of catechisms. Albany: : Published by the Albany Union Sunday School Society for the Promotion of Sunday Schools. G.J. Loomis and Co. printers., 1818. 1818
Smith, David Marsh, 1789-1880. A sermon, delivered at the funeral of Mrs. Mary Beach, wife of Maj. John Beach, Lewiston, N.Y. Jan. 10th, 1818. / By Rev. David M. Smith, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Lewiston. ; Published by particular request. Buffalo: : Printed by Carpenter & Salisbury., 1818. 1818
Worcester, Noah, 1758-1837. A solemn review of the custom of war; : showing that war is the effect of popular delusion, and proposing a remedy. / By Philo-Pacificus. ; [Four lines from Vespasian] Schenectady [N.Y.]: : Printed by I. Riggs, Union-Street., 1817. 1818
Worcester, Noah, 1758-1837. A solemn review of the custom of war; : showing, that war is the effect of popular delusion, and proposing a remedy. : [Four lines from Vespasian] : Eight thousand copies printed, for gratuitous distribution. Providence: : Printed by Miller & Hutchens, and H.H. Brown., 1818. 1818
Virginia. An act, appropriating part of the revenue of the literary fund, and for other purposes. (Passed Feb. 21st, 1818.) [Richmond : Printed by Thomas Ritchie, 1818] 1818
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. An historical catechism for children and youth. / From Dr. Watts' Second set of catechisms. New-York: : Published by the Female Union Society for the Promotion of Sunday Schools. J. Seymour, printer., 1818. 1818
White, John J., 1771-1832. Arithmetic simplified: : being a plain, practical system, adapted to the capacity of youth, and designed for the use of schools; in the United States. : In two parts. / By John J. White. ; Part first[-second]. [Hartford] : Published for the author, by Samuel G. Goodrich; and sold at his bookstore, Hartford. Printed by Hamlen and Newton., 1818. 1818
Worcester Association of Mutual Aid in Detecting Thieves. Articles of association of the Worcester Society of Mutual Aid in Detecting Thieves. : Instituted Nov. 1795. [Worcester, Mass. : s.n., 1818] 1818
Yearly Meeting of Women Friends (N.Y.) At a Yearly Meeting of Women Friends, held in New-York, : by adjournments from the 25th to the 29th of fifth-month, inclusive, 1818. : To our quarterly, monthly, and preparative meetings: [New York] : Printed by Samuel Wood & Sons, New-York., [1818] 1818
Sheil, Richard Lalor, 1791-1851. Bellamira; or, The fall of Tunis. : A tragedy, in five acts; as performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. / By Richard Sheil, Esq., author of the Apostate, and Adelaide. ; From the first London edition of 1818. Baltimore: : Printed and published by J. Robinson, Circulating Library and Dramatic Repository, 94, Market-Street., 1818. 1818
Thomas, Isaiah, 1773-1819. Boston, December 1, 1818. : Dear Sir, I have at great expense and labor brought forward, for public patronage, a new edition of Perry's spelling book, completely revised, corrected and improved in every part ... [Boston : Printed by Isaiah Thomas, 1818] 1818
Thomas C. Amory & Co. Boston, March 2, 1818. : Sir, Having liquidated the concerns of the firm of Thomas C. Amory & Co. composed of my late highly respected brother Mr. Thomas C. Amory, and myself; the present object is to advise you of the extinction of that firm; the business of which will in future be transacted in my own name. ... [Boston : s.n., 1818] 1818
Storrow, Samuel Appleton, -1837. Brownville, 1st December, 1817. : To Major General Brown. : My dear sir, I beg leave to submit to you a detail of such occurrences, subsequent to my departure from you, as have not already been presented in a different shape. Whatever relates to the tour is due to yourself, as your request was the cause of it. ... [United States : s.n., 1818?] 1818
Vermont. Governor (1815-1820 : Galusha) By His Excellency Jonas Galusha, Esq. ... governor ... of Vermont, a proclamation. ... Thursday, the third day of December next, a day of public thanksgiving, prayer and praise ... Given under my hand, in Council chamber, at Montpelier, this sixteenth day of October ... one thousand eight hundred and eighteen ... [Montpelier, Vt.? : Printed by E.P. Walton?, 1818] 1818
Vermont. Governor (1815-1820 : Galusha) By His Excellency Jonas Galusha, Esquire, governor ... of Vermont, a proclamation. ... Wednesday, the fifteenth day of April next, to be observed as a day of public fasting, humiliation and prayer ... Given under may [sic] hand, at Shaftsbury, this third day of March ... one thousand eight hundred and eighteen ... [Bennington, Vt.? : Printed by William Haswell?, 1818] 1818
Society for the Promotion of Useful Arts. Charter and bye-laws of the Society for the Promotion of Useful Arts; : together with a list of the members, and the standing committees. : Published by order of the Society. Albany: : Printed by Websters and Skinners., 1815 [i.e., 1818]. 1818
West, Richardson & Lord. Circular. Boston, July 29, 1818. : Sir, Intending to publish in November next, the Massachusetts register for 1819, and desirous that it should convey the most correct information, the publishers respectfully solicit your assistance in expunging its errors, and supplying such items, as in your opinion may be of public utility for the Register of 1819. ... [Boston : Published by James Loring, and West, Richardson, & Lord, 1818] 1818
Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827. Das Milchmädchen; : eine wahrhafte und interessante Erzählung, in fünf Abtheilungen. Philadelphia, : bei Ernst Schäfer, No. 167 Nord 3te Str. und bei Johann Hochgesang, No. 39 Nord 4te Str., [1818] 1818
Weems, M. L. (Mason Locke), 1759-1825. Dumfries, August 1, 1818. : M.L. Weems respectfully solicits the subscriptions of his friends, for Armstrong's edition of Scott's Family Bible, in six volumes octavo. [Philadelphia : Printed by Lydia R. Bailey, 1818] 1818
Tersteegen, Gerhard, 1697-1769. Ein Auszug, aus des G. Tersteegens, seinen Schriften. : Die Uebung der liebreichen Gegenwart Gottes. [Ephrata, Pa.] : Gedruckt, bey Joseph Bauman, in Ephrata., Im Jahr, 1818. 1818
Woodhouselee, Alexander Fraser Tytler, Lord, 1747-1813. Elements of general history, ancient and modern. : To which is added, a table of chronology. / By Alex. Fraser Tytler, F.R.S.E. professor of history in the University of Edinburgh. ; With maps and additions. New-York: : Printed for Francis Nichols., 1818. 1818
Vermont. General Assembly. In Senate, February 13, 1818. : Message from His Excellency the Governor. : To the Senate and Assembly. : Gentlemen, I have the honor to lay before you, certain proceedings of the legislature of Vermont, relative to amendments to the national Constitution. [Albany : s.n., 1818] 1818
Tennessee. General Assembly. In Senate, February 7, 1818. : Message from His Excellency the Governor. : To the Senate and Assembly. : Gentlemen, I now lay before you a letter from the Governor of the state of Tennessee, enclosing an amendment to the national constitution, proposed by the legislature of that state ... [Albany : s.n., 1818] 1818
United States. Congress (15th, 1st session : 1817-1818). Senate. Index. [Washington, D.C. : Edward De Krafft, 1818] 1818
United States. Congress (15th, 1st session : 1817-1818). House. Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, : at the first session of the Fifteenth Congress, in the forty-second year of the independence of the United States. Washington [D.C.]: : Printed by E. De Krafft., 1817 [i.e. 1818]. 1818
Yale College (1718-1887) Junior exhibition. Yale College, May 12, 1818. Order of exercises. [New Haven : s.n., 1818] 1818
Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827. Little Jane, the young cottager. : A true narrative, / by the author of The dairyman's daughter. [Philadelphia] : Published by "The Religious Tract Society of Philadelphia," and sold at their depository, no. 8, South Front-Street. Wm. Bradford, agent., [1818?] 1818
Scott, Walter, 1771-1832. Marmion : a tale of Flodden Field. ... New-York : Published by J. Eastburn and Co. ... ; [Clayton & Kingsland, printers ...] 1818. 1818
Young Men's Western Auxiliary Bible Society. Minutes of the proceedings of the Young Men's Western Auxiliary Bible Society at the first annual meeting held at Pittsburgh, (Pa.) on Tuesday the third day of November, A.D. 1818. [Pittsburgh : s.n., 1818] 1818
Young, Edward, 1683-1765. Night thoughts, on life, death and immortality. / By Edward Young, L.L.D. ; With a memoir of the author, and a valuable index, from the London edition printed in 1816. Salem [Mass.]: : Published by Thomas Carey & Henry Whipple, and sold at their book-stores. P.N. Green, printer,, 1818. 1818
Tanner, Vallance, Kearny & Co. Philadelphia, March 2d, 1818. : Sir, The publishers of the American atlas, the prospectus and plan of which are subjoined, respectfully solicit your aid in behalf of the undertaking. ... [Philadelphia : Published by Tanner, Vallance, Kearny & Co., 1818] 1818
York County (Me.). Court of Probate. Probate courts in the county of York. : York, ss.--At a Court of Probate, holden at Alfred [Me.] in said county, 12, September, 1818. Ordered, that in future, the courts of probate for this county, be holden at the following places and times, viz. [Portland, Me.? : s.n., 1818] 1818
True & Weston. Proposal, by True & Weston--Boston, (publishers of the Yankee,) : for establishing a weekly religious newspaper, to be entitled the Christian watchman. [Boston : Printed by True & Weston, 1818] 1818
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Psalms, carefully suited to the Christian worship in the United States of America: : being an improvement of the old versions of the Psalms of David. : [Three lines of Scripture text] New-York: : Published by James A. Burtus & Co. no. 19 Peck-Slip. G. Long, printer., 1818. 1818
United States. Navy Department. Register of the commission and warrant officers of the Navy of the United States; : including officers of the Marine Corps, &c. &c. : Printed by order of the secretary of the Navy, conformably to a resolution of the Hon. Senate of the United States. Washington [D.C.]: : Printed by Wade and Company., 1818. 1818
W. & S. Richards (Firm), plaintiff. Richards vs. Southwick. : Arbitration, before J. Copper, J. Parry, and A. Roberts; Mr. Coxe, attorney for the plaintiffs. : This was an action, brought by William & Samuel Richards (trading under the firm of W. & S. Richards) against Saml. Southwick, (trading under the firm of Haskell & Hall) to recover the sum of $397, for watches, purchased by Mr. Stoops, on a note, signed by said firm, for that sum. The object was to prove said defendant a co-partner of Joseph Haskell, and that the said Saml. Southwick, went under the fictitious name of Hall ... Philadelphia: : Printed at the Office of the Democratic Press., 1818. 1818
Scott, Walter, 1771-1832. Rob Roy. / By the author of Waverley, Guy Mannering, and The antiquary. ; [Four lines from Wordsworth] ; In two volumes. Vol. I[-II]. New-York: : Published by James Eastburn and Co. Literary Rooms, Broadway., 1818. 1818
Staunton Academy (Staunton, Va.) Rules & regulations for the government of the Staunton Academy. [Virginia : s.n., 1818] 1818
Salem Street Academy (Boston, Mass.) Salem Street Academy. : Instituted September, 1816. Incorporated December, 1816. [Boston : s.n., 1818] 1818
Wesley, John, 1703-1791. Select sermons, / from the writings of the Rev. John Wesley. ; To which are added, extracts from Fletcher's posthumous works. ; Together with an original piece. Fredericktown, Md. : Printed by Charles Sower., 1818. 1818
White, Charles (Pharmacist) Ships' and families' medicine chests, with suitable directions; faithfully prepared by Charles White, No. 1, Marlboro'-street, corner of Winter-street, Boston. [Boston : s.n.], 1818. 1818
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Songs, divine and moral, for the use of children. / By Isaac Watts, D.D. ; [Three lines from Matthew] Albany: : Printed by Websters and Skinners, at their bookstore, corner of State and Pearl-Streets.--, 1818. 1818
Rhode Island. State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations. In General Assembly, June session, A.D. 1818. : An act for granting and apportioning a tax of ten thousand dollars. [Providence : s.n., 1818] 1818
Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827. The African servant. / By Rev. Legh Richmond, rector of Turvey, Bedfordshire, Eng. ; An authentic narrative. [Andover, Mass.] : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1818. 1818
Webster, Noah, 1758-1843. The American spelling book; : containing the rudiments of the English language, for the use of schools, in the United States. / By Noah Webster, Esq. Albany : Printed by Websters and Skinners., 1818. 1818
United Episcopal Congregations of Christ Church, St. Peter's and St. James's. The annual return of the marriages, baptisms, and burials, in the United Episcopal Congregations of Christ Church, St. Peter's and St. James's. / By the clerks and sextons of said churches. ; Also, an abstract of the marriages, baptisms, and burials in the various congregations in the city and suburbs of Philadelphia: from December 25th, 1817, to December 25th, 1818. [Philadelphia] : Hall & Atkinson, printers, 53, Market St., [1818] 1818
Sandham, Elizabeth. The godmother's tales. / By the author of Short stories, Summer rambles, Cup of sweets, &c. &c. New-York: : Published by A.T. Goodrich & Co. no. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar-Street. J. Seymour, printer., 1818. 1818
Serle, Ambrose, 1742-1812. The happy Negro. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New-England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1818. 1818
Somerville, Elizabeth, 1774- The history of little Phœbe, and the reclaimed child. : Adorned with cuts. Hartford: : Printed for J. & W. Russell. (Stereotyped by J.F. & C. Starr), [1818?] 1818
Whistle, Will. The history of the birds in the air: : designed for the amusement of all good little boys and girls. : Ornamented with engravings. Albany: : Printed by E. & E. Hosford., 1818. 1818
Scott, Walter, 1771-1832. The lay of the last minstrel : a poem. ... New-York : Published by J. Eastburn and Co. ... ; [Clayton & Kingsland, printers ...] 1818. 1818
Wirt, William, 1772-1834. The letters of the British spy. Baltimore: : Published by Fielding Lucas, Jun. Printed by J. Robinson., [1818 or 1819?] 1818
Special-Conferenz der Evangelisch-Lutherischen Lehrer im Staat Virginien (1817 : Culpeper, Va.) The proceedings of a Special Conference, held in Madison County, Va. in the Lutheran congregation of said county, on the 14th day of September, 1817 : together with a letter by a travelling Jew. [New Market, Va.] : Printed [by Solomon Henkel],, in the year of our Lord 1818. 1818
Raffles, Thomas, 1788-1863. The Sabbath school teacher's monitor; : being the substance of two addresses delivered to the teachers of Great George Street Sunday School, Liverpool, England; / by the Rev. Thomas Raffles: ; and letters, addressed to the Southwark Sabbath School Association, of Philadelphia, state of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia: : Published at the Office of the Religious Remembrancer, by John W. Scott, no. 36 North Sixth Street., June, 1817 [i.e., 1818]. 1818
United States. President (1817-1825 : Monroe) The United States of America. To all to whom these letters patent shall come: : Whereas Jonathan Prescott ... hath alleged that he has invented a new and useful improvement in tanning and currying leather ... Given under my hand, at the city of Washington, this sixth day of March ... one thousand eight hundred and eighteen ... [Augusta, Me.? : s.n., 1818] 1818
Stevenson Robert, of Castle Hedingham. The warning voice. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New-England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1818. 1818
Westminster Assembly (1643-1652) The Westminster Assembly's shorter catechism. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1818. 1818
Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827. The young cottager. / By Rev. Legh Richmond, Rector of Turvey, Bedfordshire, Eng. ; An authentic narrative. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society by Flagg and Gould., 1818. 1818
Randel, John. To the commissioners appointed by an act of the legislature of the state of New-Jersey, : entitled, "An act for ascertaining the most eligible route for, and probable expense of, a canal, to connect the tide-waters of the Delaware with those of the Raritan," passed 13th Feb. 1816. : Gentlemen, Pursuant to instructions from your honorable board, I have placed the 35 brown monumental stones ... at the following stations ... [New York : s.n., 1818] 1818
Washington, George, 1732-1799. Washington's farewell address, to the people of the United States. : To which is added the Constitution of the United States. Hudson [N.Y.]: : Published by W.E. Norman., 1818. 1818
Wells and Lilly. Wells & Lilly, (Boston,) have in press ... [Boston : Printed by Wells and Lilly, 1818] 1818
Troy Bookstore (Troy, N.Y.) A catalogue of books for sale, at the Troy Bookstore, by William S. Parker, : successor to Parker & Bliss. : June 1819. [Troy, N.Y.]: : Printed by William S. Parker., 1819. 1819
Woodward, William Wallis. A catalogue of the theological, classical, and miscellaneous book-store, kept by William W. Woodward, south-west corner of Chesnut and Second streets, Philadelphia. : Comprising one of the largest and most valuable stocks of books in the United States: arranged under the heads of divinity, miscellany, law, medical, classics, &c. in alphabetical order. For 1819. [Philadelphia] : W. Hill Woodward, printer., [1819] 1819
Varley, John, 1778-1842. A practical treatise on perspective, adapted for the study of those who draw from nature, by which the usual errours may be corrected. By J. Varley. Baltimore: Published by Fielding Lucas, Jun. ... J. Robinson, printer. [1819?] 1819
Stone, Benjamin. A short reply to a pamphlet, said to be the substance of a sermon preached by Alexander Campbell, the first Lord's-Day in September, 1816, at the Redstone Baptist Association, held at Cross Creek, Brooke County, Virginia: / by Benjamin Stone, late Pastor of the Regular Baptist Church on Big-Whiteley, Greene County, Pennsylvania. ; [Twelve lines of quotation] Cadiz; (Ohio) : Printed by S. Siegfried., January--1819. 1819
Virginia. Auditor of Public Accounts. A statement of the revenue tax, for the year 1819, arising on lands, slaves, and other property. [Richmond : s.n., 1819] 1819
  A Story of little Thomas and Betsey. : A new tale for children. Hartford: : Published by S.G. Goodrich. Roberts & Burr, pr's., 1819. 1819
  A Stranger's offering to infant minds, : being easy lessons on the Lord's Prayer. : From the third London edition. New-York: : Published by D.H. Wickham, at his theological bookstore, no. 59, Fulton street., 1819. 1819
Rhode Island. General Assembly. Abstract of the returns of the several banks, made to the General Assembly, May, 1819. [Providence : s.n., 1819] 1819
United States. Acts passed at the first session of the Fifteenth Congress of the United States. [Washington, D.C. : s.n., 1819] 1819
Vermilye, William W., 1779 or 1780-1849. Address of the carrier of the Commercial advertiser, to his patrons. [New York : Printed by Lewis & Hall, 1819] 1819
  Address, of the Republican members of the Legislature friendly to the administration of the state government, to their constituents. [Albany : s.n., 1819] 1819
  American manufactures. [Philadelphia : s.n., 1819] 1819
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. An arrangement of the Psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs of the Rev. Isaac Watts, D.D. : To which are added, indexes, very much enlarged and improved, to facilitate the use of the whole in finding Psalms or hymns suited to particular subjects or occasions. / By James M. Winchell, A.M. Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Boston. Boston: : Printed and sold by James Loring, no. 2, Cornhill., 1818 [i.e., 1819]. 1819
  An Epitome of Christian doctrine, : in questions and answers, for the instruction of youth. Philadelphia: : Printed by Conrad Zentler, no. 104, North Second Street., 1819. 1819
  At a meeting of the commissioners and inspectors of common schools, in the town of Scipio, in company with a number of the respectable inhabitants of various religious denominations, held at the house of Jonathan Swan, the 30th of April, 1819. : With the view of promoting habits of morality and virtue in the rising generation, it was unanimously agreed that the following regulations be recommended for the observance of our schools. [Auburn, N.Y.] : D. Rumsey print, Auburn., [1819] 1819
Thurston, John, 1787-1835. Bill of mortality, for Portsmouth, New-Hampshire, for A.D. 1818. / By John Thurston, M.D. [Portsmouth, N.H. : s.n., 1819] 1819
Vermont. Governor (1815-1820 : Galusha) By His Excellency, Jonas Galusha, captain-general, governor, and commander in chief ... of Vermont; a proclamation. : ... I do hereby appoint, Thursday the second day of December next, a day of public thanksgiving, prayer and praise ... Given under my hand, in Council chamber, at Montpelier, this twenty-sixth day of October ... one thousand eight hundred and nineteen ... [Montpelier, Vt.? : Printed by E.P. Walton?, 1819] 1819
United States Military Academy. Catalogue of the cadets of the U.S. Military Academy, arranged in order of merit in their respective classes, as determined at the general examination in June, 1819. [West Point, N.Y.? : s.n., 1819] 1819
United States Military Academy. Catalogue of the cadets of the U.S. Military Academy. West-Point, January 1, 1819. [Newburgh, N.Y.? : s.n., 1819] 1819
Vivian, Thomas, approximately 1722-1793. Dialogues between a minister and one of his parishioners, on the true principles of religion, and salvation by Jesus Christ. / By Rev. Thomas Vivian, A.B. late Vicar of Cornwood, Eng. ; Dialogue III. [New York] : Published by the New-York Religious Tract Society, and sold by P.W. Gallaudet, agent for the Society, at his theological book-store, no. 59 Fulton-Street. June 1819.--2500. J. Seymour, printer., [1819] 1819
Vivian, Thomas, approximately 1722-1793. Dialogues between a minister and one of his parishoners, on the true principles of religion, and salvation of by Jesus Christ. / By Rev. Thomas Vivian, A.B. late Vicar of Cornwood, Eng. ; Dialogue I. [New York] : Published by the New-York Religious Tract Society, and sold by P.W. Gallaudet, agent for the Society, at his theological book store, no. 59 Fulton-Street. June 1819.--2500. J. Seymour, printer,, [1819] 1819
Walz, E. L. (E. Ludwig) Die Elemente der deutschen Sprache, / von E.L. Walz, Evan. Luth. Prediger; und Oberlehrer an der Frankischen Akademie in Philadelphia. ; Erste Abtheilung. Enthaltend: ein neues ABC Buch in deutscher und englischer Sprache, für deutsche Schulen. Philadelphia: : Gedruckt bey Philip Gagel, No. 350, Nord Zweyten-Strasse., 1819. 1819
  Documents accompanying the Governor's message of December 10, 1819. [Harrisburg, Pa. : s.n., 1819] 1819
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Dr. Watts' Divine and moral songs, for the use of children. Boston: : Published by Benjamin Crocker., 1819. 1819
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. Dr. Watts' Plain and easy catechisms for children: : Together with a collection of hymns and prayers. Middletown, (Conn.) : Printed and published by Clark & Lyman., 1819. 1819
Taylor, Ann, 1782-1866. Hymns for infant minds. / By the author of Original poems, Rhymes for the nursery, &c. ; [One line of text] Boston: : Published by Benjamin Crocker., 1819. Price, 12 cts. single. 1,12 cts. a dozen. 8 dolls. a hundred. 1819
United States. Congress (15th, 2nd session : 1818-1819). House. In the House of Representatives of the United States, January 18, 1819. [Washington, D.C. : Edward De Krafft, 1819] 1819
United States. Congress (15th, 2nd session : 1818-1819). Senate. Index to Senate documents. [Washington, D.C. : Edward De Krafft, 1819] 1819
  Index to the fifth volume of the laws of Delaware, : begining [sic] with the acts passed at a session of the General Assembly, which commenced on the sixth day of April, 1813, and ending with the acts passed at a session of the General Assembly, which commenced on the fifth day of January, 1819. [Dover, Del.? : s.n., 1819?] 1819
United States. Department of State. Instructions to Messrs. Gallatin and Rush, for negotiating a commercial treaty with Great Britain. : January 5, 1819. Printed by order of the Senate of the United States, under an injunction of secresy [sic]. Washington [D.C.]: : Printed by E. De Krafft., 1819. 1819
  Juvenile history of beasts. Part II. Philadelphia: : Published by E. and R. Parker, no. 178, Market street. J.R.A. Skerrett, printer., 1818 [i.e., 1819]. 1819
United States. Congress (15th, 2nd session : 1818-1819) List of acts, passed at the second session of the fifteenth Congress. [Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1819] 1819
Sands, Benjamin. Metamorphosis; or, A Transformation of pictures, : with poetical explanations, for the amusement of young persons. New-York: : Sold by Samuel Wood and Sons, no. 261, Pearl Street. Printed by J. Rakestraw, Philadelphia., 1819. 1819
Saratoga Baptist Association. Minutes of the Saratoga Baptist Association, convened in the Baptist Meeting-House in Edinburg, on the 30th June and 1st July, 1819. : With an appendix, containing a statement of the foreign mission concerns. Saratoga Springs [N.Y.]: : Printed for the Society, by G.M. Davison., 1819. 1819
R.P. & C. Williams (Firm) Modern and valuable books, for sale wholesale and retail, Cornhill-Square, Boston, May 21, 1819. : Where will be found many other books not enumerated in this catalogue. : R.P. & C. Williams are constantly making additions to this assortment from Europe and various parts of the United States, and will procure and furnish such books as may be called for. [Boston : s.n., 1819] 1819
Vallotte & Lété. Music store by Vallotte and Lété. : Wholesale & retail. No. 135 William Street New York : They manufacture & repair all kinds of instruments, such as clock-organs, harps, violins, pianos, &c. Keep always Naples-strings of the best quality; also thread-lace, feathers, embroidery, &c. [New York : s.n., 1819?] 1819
Salisbury, George. New improved patent window springs. : The subscriber, having purchased of the patentee, the undivided half of his patent privilege ... solicits the patronage of those gentlemen ... in furnishing their windows with this truly valuable substitute for pulleys and weights. ... [Connecticut? : s.n., 1819] 1819
  Now or never! [Pittsburgh] : Published by R. Patterson & Lambdin, Pittsburgh, for the Religious Tract societies in the Western country, price one cent for every twelve pages. Butler & Lambdin, printers., [1819] 1819
  Oratorio to be performed by the Psallonian Society on the evening of the 30th of November, 1819, at the Second Baptist Meeting-House, west-side. : The house will be opened at six o'clock. The performance will commence precisely at half past six. Tickets of admittance may be obtained at the stores of Messrs. Henry Cushing and Oliver Kendall. Price, fifty cents. [Providence : s.n., 1819] 1819
  Parables of our blessed Saviour. / Extracted from the New Testament. ; [Two lines of quotation] ; For the use of the Protestant Episcopal charity and Sunday schools. Book V. New-York: : Printed and sold by T. & J. Swords, no. 150 Pearl-street., 1819. 1819
United States. President (1817-1825 : Monroe) President's message. Boston, December 10, 1819. : By the aid of attentive friends at New-York, copies of the president's message to Congress on Tuesday last, have been received by the editors of the Daily advertiser and Palladium ... [Boston : Printed by S.G. Low or Young and Minns, 1819] 1819
Sanderson, Joseph M. Proposals by Joseph M. Sanderson, for publishing by subscription a biography of the signers to the Declaration of Independence. Accompanied with portraits, and the Declaration, with fac-simile engravings of the signatures by John Sanderson. [Philadelphia] : J. Maxwell, printer., [1819 or 1820] 1819
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. 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. / By I. Watts, D.D. ; [Two lines from Luke] [Philadelphia] : Printed for W.W. Woodward, no. 52, South Second Street, corner of Chesnut, Philadelphia., 1819. (W. Hill Woodward, printer.) 1819
R.P. & C. Williams (Firm) R.P. & C. Williams, at their book and stationary [sic] store, Cornhill Square, Boston, publish and keep for sale, the Holy Bible ... testaments ... spelling books ... The Book of Common prayer ... Mant's Family Bible ... Rollin's Ancient history ... Masonic constitutions, and Freemason's monitor. [Boston : Published by R.P. & C. Williams, 1819] 1819
Taylor, John W., 1784-1854. Remarks of Mr. Taylor, in committee of the whole, on the bill to authorise the people of Missouri to form a constitution and state government, and for the admission of the same into the Union--Mr. Smith, of Maryland, in the chair. [United States : s.n., 1819] 1819
United States. Congress (15th, 2nd session : 1818-1819). House. Report, in part, of the committee, appointed on the tenth day of April last, to inquire into the official conduct of William P. Van Ness, judge of the southern district of New York, of Mathias B. [i.e., Matthias B.] Tallmadge, judge of the northern district of New York, and of William Stephens, judge of the district of Georgia. : February 17, 1819. Read, and ordered to lie upon the table. [Washington, D.C. : Edward De Krafft, 1819] 1819
Republican Young Men of the City of New-York. Republican meeting. : At a general meeting of the Republican Young men of the City and County of New-York, held at Tammany-Hall, on Thursday evening, 22d April, instant ... The following address to the Republican Young Men of the state was unanimously agreed to. [New York] : Elliott & Bellamy, printers, no. 42 Cedar-Street, opposite the City Hotel., [1819] 1819
Republican Party (R.I. : 1792-1828) Republican prox. 1819. : His Excellency Nehemiah R. Knight, Esq. governor. His Honor Edward Willcox, Esq. lieutenant-governor. [Providence? : s.n., 1819] 1819
Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations Peace Society. Second report of the directors of the Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations Peace Society. : Made at their second anniversary, held at Providence, June 29, 1819. Providence: : Printed by Goddard & Knowles., 1819. 1819
  Select fables, : in prose and verse. : [Three lines from Job] Cooperstown: : Printed and sold by H. & E. Phinney., 1819. 1819
  Selectæ e profanis scriptoribus historiæ. : Quibus admista sunt varia honeste vivendi præcepta, ex iisdem scriptoribus deprompta. Philadelphia: : Printed for M. Carey, & Son, no. 126, Chesnut Street., 1819. 1819
  Selectæ e profanis scriptoribus historiæ. : Quibus admista sunt varia honeste vivendi præcepta, ex iisdem scriptoribus deprompta. Philadelphia: : Printed for E. & R. Parker, no. 178, Market Street., 1819. 1819
Watts, C. Sir, You and your friends are invited to inspect, and take passage for Weehawken in, a horse boat, (on an entirely new plan.) ... [New York : s.n., 1819] 1819
  Steam-boat navigation. : Decrees of Chancellor Kent, of New-York; deciding the navigation of New-Jersey, to the waters thereof. : I. A decree of the 3d May, 1819. II. A decree of the 6th October, 1819. III. A decree of the 8th December, 1819. IV. Affidavit of Thomas Gibbons. V. Points made by counsel before the Court of Errors, in New-York. [New Jersey? : s.n., 1819?] 1819
Sproat, Nancy, 1766-1827. Stories for children; in familiar verse. / By Goody Lovechild, author of "Poetic tales," and "Ditties for children, by a lady of Boston." Philadelphia: : Printed by Joseph Rakestraw, no. 256, North Third Street., 1819. 1819
Zschokke, Heinrich, 1771-1848. Stunden der Andacht zur Beförderung wahren Christenthums und häuslicher Gottesverehrung. Philadelphia, : bei Hennings Jgr. und Zinkernagel., 1819. 1819
Republican Party (Mass. : 1792-1828). Central Committee (Bristol County, Mass.) Taunton, March 29, 1819. : Sir, We, the undersigned, having been appointed a committee, by a respectable convention of the friends of our republican institutions and national administration for the purpose of procuring the election of state officers, who will preserve the former and harmonize with the latter ... [Boston? : s.n., 1819] 1819
Reformed Protestant Dutch Church (U.S.). Particular Synod of Albany. The acts and proceedings of the Particular Synod of Albany, October, 1819. Catskill [N.Y.]: : Printed by Croswell & Son., 1819. 1819
  The Annual register and military roster: : containing the names and rank of the principal civil officers of the government of the United States since its organization, and of the state of New-York, since the adoption of its constitution in 1777. : Also, the names and rank of the division and brigade militia officers of this state, now in office. / The whole collected from the most authentic documents. By B. Thalhimer. ; (Future appointments to be continued annually.) Albany: : Printed by Websters and Skinners, 1819. 1819
United Episcopal Congregations of Christ Church, St. Peter's and St. James's. The annual return of the marriages, baptisms, and burials, in the United Episcopal Congregations of Christ Church, St. Peter's and St. James's, / by the clerks and sextons of said churches. ; Also, an abstract of the marriages, baptisms and burials in the various congregations in the city and suburbs of Philadelphia, from December 25th, 1818--to December 25th, 1819. [Philadelphia] : Hall & Atkinson, printers, no. 53, Market Street., [1819] 1819
  The Carrier of the Schoharie observer presents his patrons with the compliments of the season and the following address: [Schoharie, N.Y. : Printed by Solomon Baker, 1819] 1819
Royal Arch Masons. Grand Chapter (N.Y.) The constitution and regulations of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the state of New York, : adopted at the city of Albany, on the 7th day of February, 1805. Albany: : Printed by Packard & Van Benthuysen., 1819. 1819
Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827. The dairyman's daughter, : an authentic and interesting narrative, : in two parts-- part II. Philadelphia: : Published by the Sunday and Adult School Union. Clark & Raser, printers., 1819. 1819
Richmond, Legh, 1772-1827. The dairyman's daughter. : An authentic narrative. / By Rev. Legh Richmond, Rector of Turvey, Bedfordshire, Eng. Andover [Mass.]: : Printed for the New England Tract Society, by Flagg and Gould., 1819. 1819
United Freewill Baptist Church (Philadelphia, Pa.) The discipline of the United Freewill Baptist Church, : together with hymns and spiritual songs, for the use of its members. / By John Elliott and Samuel Stevens; elders and preachers of the connexion. Philadelphia: : Printed by D. Heartt., 1819. 1819
  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," &c. Fredericktown, Md.-- : Published by George Kolb. George Kolb, printer., 1819. 1819
  The English reader; or Pieces in prose and poetry. Selected from the best writers. : Designed to assist young persons to read with property and effect; to improve their language and sentiments; and to 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. ; Stereotyped by B. and J. Collins, N. York. Exeter, (N.H.) : Printed and published by J.J. Williams., 1819. 1819
  The History and adventures of Little Henry, : exemplified in a series of figures. New-York: : Published by W.B. Gilley, 92 Broadway., 1819. 1819
Sherwood, Mary Martha, 1775-1851. The History of little Henry and his bearer. Albany: : Published by Websters & Skinners, and D. Steele. Packard & Van Benthuysen, printers., 1819. 1819
Sherwood, Mary Martha, 1775-1851. The history of little Henry and his bearer. Philadelphia: : Published by the Sunday and Adult School Union. Clark & Raser, printers., 1819. 1819
  The Latin tutor, or An introduction to the making of Latin, : containing a copious exemplification of the rules of the Latin syntax from the best authorities. : Accommodated to Adam's Grammar, and Smith's N.H.L. Grammar. : Also, rules for adapting the English to the Latin idiom. The use of the particles exemplified in English sentences designed to be translated into Latin. : With rules for the positioning of words in Latin composition. Boston: : Published by Cummings and Hilliard, no. 1 Cornhill. University Press--Hilliard & Metcalf., 1819. 1819
  The Medley. New-York: : Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 261, Pearl-Street. And Samuel S. Wood & Co. no. 212, Market-St. Baltimore., 1819. 1819
Wiggins, Richard. The North American spelling-book; or, Pronunciation simplified; : on a new plan; being, an easy, gradual and complete guide to spelling and pronunciation, according to the best usages, principally upon the authority of Walker. / By R. Wiggins. New-York: : Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, no. 261, Pearl-Street., [not before 1819] 1819
  The Olio. No. I. [Two lines of verse] New-York: : Published [by C. Wiley & Co.] for the authors, at no. 3 Wall Street., 1819. 1819
Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748. The Psalms of David, imitated in the language of the New Testament, and applied to the Christian state & worship. / By I. Watts, D.D. ; [Four lines of Scripture texts] London, : Printed for J. M'Gregor, Jun. and sold by Alex. Muirhead and Co. New York., 1819. 1819
  The Robber's daughter. : The Sunday-school convert. : A narrative founded on fact. Boston: : Printed and sold at no. 53 Cornhill, by Lincoln & Edmands., 1819. 1819
Westminster Assembly (1643-1652) The shorter catechism, of the Reverend Assembly of Divines, : with proofs thereof out of the Scriptuers [sic], in words at length. : For the benefit of Christians in general, and of youth and children in understanding in particular; that they with more ease may acquaint themselves with the truth, according to the Scriptures, and with the Scriptures themselves. Carlisle [Pa.]: : Printed and sold by Geo. Phillips., 1819. 1819
Virginia. The statutes at large; : being a collection of all the laws of Virginia, from the first session of the legislature, in the year 1619. : Published pursuant to an act of the General Assembly of Virginia, passed on the fifth day of February one thousand eight hundred and eight. : Volume I[-XIII]. / By William Waller Hening. ; [Four lines from Priestley] New-York: : Printed for the editor, by R. & W. & G. Bartow., 1823 [i.e., 1819-1823]. 1819
  The Youthful enquirer: or, The story of Joseph Careful. Newburyport [Mass.], : Printed and sold by W. & J. Gilman, no. 2, Middle-Street., [1819?] 1819
Spiller, Mr. Theatre. : Mr. Spiller, respectfully informs the ladies and gentlemen of Augusta, that he will do himself the honor, on Monday, Jan. 11th, 1819. To present them with a dramatic entertainment, in three acts, called the Mirror of mirth. ... [Augusta, Ga. : s.n., 1819] 1819
Vinson, Thomas, 1756-1841. Vinson's almanack, No. XV. Or, The annual and entertaining visitor, for the year of our Lord, 1820 ... : Fitted for the meridian of Boston, lat. 42° 23' N. ... / By Thomas Vinson. ; [Four lines of verse] Boston: : Printed for the author, by Parmenter and Balch, Rogers' buildings, rear of 12, State-Street., [1819] 1819