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ANECDOTES des Beaux-Arts. ... Avec des Notes historiques et critiques ... i Par M ***. Tom. 1-3.

Paris, 1776-'80. 8° (5X2.6). 2 Anecdotes Chinoises, Japonoises, Siamoises, Tonquinoises, &c.; dans les

quelles on s'est attaché principalement aux Moeurs, Usages, Coutumes, & Religions de ces différens Peuples de l'Asie. Paris, 1774. 8° (5X2.6).

Note. - The Anecdotes' of each people has independent paging. 3 Anecdotes Espagnoles et Portugaises, depuis l'Origine de la Nation jusqu'à nos jours. Tom. 1, 2.

Paris, 1773. 8° (5 X 2.6). 4 Anecdotes Françoises, depuis l'Établissement de la Monarchie jusqu'au

Regne de Louis XV. 2de éd. ... Paris, 1768. 8° (5X2.6), pp. 664. 5 Anecdotes Germaniques, ... avant l'Ére Chrétienne 106, jusqu'à nos jours.

Paris, 1769. 8° (5X2.6), pp. 727+. 6 Anecdotes inédites de la Fin du 18e siècle, pour servir de Suite aux Anecdotes Françaises.

Paris, n. d. 8° (5 X 2.6). 7 Anecdotes du Nord, comprenant la Suède, le Danemarck, la Pologne, & la Russie ; depuis l'Origine de ces Monarchies jusqu'à présent.

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Venise & Malthe, & la Suisse. II., comprenant la Flandre & la Hollande, la Savove, la Hongrie, & la Bohème. 2 vols Paris, 1771. 8° (5X2.6).

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12 New Series. Vol. 1-12. January, 1821--December, 1826. [Monthly. Plates.]

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16 Ilistoire de France, depuis les Gaulois jusqu'à la fin de la Monarchie, par M. Anquetil. Tom. 1-14.

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Paris, an 6 [1798]. 8° (4.8 X 2.8). ANQUETIL DU PERRON, Abraham Hyacinthe, a Fr. Orientalist ; 6.1731. d.1805.

i Historische und chronologische Abhandlungen von Indien, und dessen

Beschreibung des Laufes der Ströhme Ganges und Gagra. See TIEF

FESTIALER, J.
ANSTED, David Thomas, Prof. of Geol., King's College, London ; 6.1812.

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Editor. See LEMPRIÈRE, J. Bibliotheca Classica.

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5 Life and Character. See HOPKINS, Samuel, D.D. ANTIENT Metaphysics. ...

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Boston, 1830. 8°, pp. 32. 8 Brief Report of the Debates, &c. in the Anti-Masonic Convention, Bos

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10 for the Academical Year 1856–7. Springfield, 1857. 8°, pp. 50. ANTIPHON, an Athenian Orator; b. 480 B.C. d. 411 B.C.

11 Antiphontis et Andocidis quæ exstant omnia Indicibus locupletissimis

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Londini, 1828. 8° (6.7X3.7). 12 Antiphontis Andocidis et Lysiæ Interpretatio Latina

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13 Geological Report. See UNITED STATES. Explorations and Surveys.

(Explorations and Surveys for a Pacific Railroad, vol. 7.) ANTONINUS, Marcus Aurelius, Emperor of Rome; b. 121. d. 180.

14 M. Antonini eorum quæ ad seipsum Libri XII. [Greek and Latin.)

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APOCALYPSIS; or, The Revelation of certain notorious Advancers of Heresie;

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2 Libri de Conjunctionibus et Adverbiis. Græcè. See BEKKER, I. (Anec

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APOLLONIus Rhodius, a Greek Poet; b. in Egypt. fl. 490 B.C.

3 Argonautic»n Libri IIII. Scholia vetusta in eosdem libros, quæ palmam
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* * * Excudebat H. Stephanus [Paris], 1574. 4° (7.5 X 4.4). APOLLONIUS Tyanæus, a celebrated Pythagorean Philosopher; b. at Tyana, in

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6 Address (An) before the Massachusetts Society for suppressing Intem

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lege), from 1808 to 1816; with [his Inaugural Address and a Sketch of his Character [by Ichabod Nichols, D.D.).

Brunswick, 1820. 8°(6.1X3.6). [2 copies.] 9 Discourse delivered at Bath, May 11th, 1813, before the Society for dis

countenancing and suppressing Public Vices. Boston, 1813. 8°, pp. 24. 10 Discourse delivered June 20, 1813, before the Officers and Students of

Bowdoin College, occasioned by the Death of Tutor Frederick Southgate,
A. B.

Boston, 1813. 89, pp. 24. 11 Election Sermon, Mass., May 25, 1814. Boston, 1814. 8°, pp. 29. 12 God's Care of his Church. Sermon delivered at Gorham, Jan. 18,1809,

at the Ordination of Rev. Asa Rand. [Ch., by Paul Coffin; R.H., by Daniel Marrett.)

Portland, (1809). 8°, pp. 28. 13 Lectures delivered at Bowdoin College, and occasional Sermons. [Portrait.]

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Portland, 1814. 8°, pp. 30. 15 Sermon delivered at Augusta, Oct. 16, 1811, at the Ordination of Rev. Benjamin Tappan. [Ch., by II. Packard ; R.IJ., by F. Parker.]

Augusta, 1811. 8°, pp. 23. 16 Sermon delivered at Brunswick, April 13, 1815, National Thanksgiving

Day, on account of the Peace recently established between this Country and Great Britain,

Hallowell, 1815. 8°, pp. 24. 17 Sermon delivered at Freeport, at the Ordination of Rev. Enos Merrill. [Ch., by W. Miltimore; R.H., by J. W. Ellingwood.?

Portland, 1817. 8°, pp. 28. J& Sermon at Northampton, Sept. 18, 1817, before the American Board of

Commissioners for Foreign Missions, Charleston, 1817. 8°, pp. 31. APPLETOX, Rer. Jesse, D.D., continued.

I Sermon delivered at Portland, Nov. 19, 1818, at the Formation of the Maine Branch of the American Society for educating Pious Youth for the Gospel Ministry.

Hallowell, 1819. 8°, pp. 28. 2 Theological Lectures, I.-XXXVII., XLIII.-XLV. 3 vols. [Manuscript.]

4° (8.7X5.7). 3 Works, embracing his Course of Theological Lectures, his Academic

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5 Blessedness of a fixed Heart grounded upon truly Religious Principles :

illustrated in a Discourse, delivered Feb. 24, 1760, after the Funeral of Henry Flynt, Esq.

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Discourse occasioned by the Death of Rev. Edward Wigglesworth, D. D.,
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courses preached at Lexington, Dec. 17, 1752, after the Funeral of Rev. John Hancock.

Boston, 1753. 8°, pp. 39. 8 Some Unregenerate Persons not so far from the Kingdom of God as

others. Sermon at Boston Lecture. Boston, 1763. 8°, pp. 33. 9 Superiour Skill and Wisdom necessary for winning Souls. Sermon at

Ordination of Rev. John Sparhawk, at Salem, Dec. 8, 1736. [Ch., by

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Il Considerations on the Institution and Conduct of the Society for the

Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts. Boston, 1763. 8°, pp. 24. 12 Constitution (The) of a Christian Church, illustrated in a Sermon, at the Opening of Christ-Church, in Cambridge, Oct. 15, 1761. ***

Boston, 1761. 4°, pp. 27. [2 copies.) 13 Felicity of the Times. Sermon preached at Cambridge, August 11,

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with Observations on a late History (Gibbon's] of the Decline of the Roman Empire. * . *

London, 1778. 8° (5.7 irr. X3.3). 16 Sacred Poetry (Of) and Music. Discourse at Christ-Church, Cambridge, Aug. 21, 1764. .

Boston, 1764. 4°, pp. 22. APULEIUS, Lucius, a Roman Platonist of 2d cent. ; b. at Madaura.

17 Doctrines of Plato. See Plato. (Works, Ed. 1848–59, vol. 6.)
18 Opera.

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2 Life of James Watt. With Memoir on Machinery considered in rela

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4 AIOZHMEIA. [Greek.] Diosemea, Notis et Collatione scriptorvm illvstravit, T. Forster.

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