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ACHENWALL, Gottfried, Prof. of History at Marburg ; b. 1719. d. 1772.

I Staatsklugheit (Die) nach ihren ersten Grundsätzen entworfen. 4te ausgabe....

Göttingen, 1779. 8° (5.2X3). 2 Staatsverfassung der heutigen vornehmsten Europäischen Reiche im

Grundrisse. 4te ausgabe. Göttingen, 1762. 8°(5.2X3), m. b., pp. 552. ACHERLEY, Roger, Esq.

3 Britannic Constitution (The): or, The Fundamental Form of Government

in Britain. Demonstrating the original Contract entered into by King and

People, ... 2d ed. ... London, 1741. 2° (9.9X5.3), m. r., pp. 695+. 4 Reasons for Uniformity in the State. Being a Supplement to the Britannic Constitution.

London, 1741. 2° (10.8 X 6), pp. 24. ACHILLI, Rev. Giacinto, D.D., formerly a Dominican priest; b. 1803.

5 Dealings with the Inquisition; or, Papal Rome, her Priests, and her Jesuits. ... ***

New York, 1851. 12° (5.7X3.2). ACKERMANN, Carl, D.D., Archdeacon of Jena.

6 Christliche (Das) im Plato und in der platonischen Philosophie, entwickelt und hervorgehoben.

Hamburg, 1835. 8° (6.3X3.1). ACOSTA, Joseph DE, a Spanish Jesuit; b. about 1539, d. 1600. 7 Historia natural y moral de las Indias . . . 6ta edicion. Tomo 1, 2.

Madrid, 1792. 4° (6.3X4). Acta Synodi Nationalis . . . autoritate D D. Ordinum generalivm foederati

8 Belgii provinciarum Dordrechti habitæ anno MDCXVIII et MDCXIX. Accedunt plenissima, de Quinque Articulis, Theologorum Iudicia. ...

Dordrechti, 1620. 4°(7X4.9), 2 cols., pp. 1151. Acts (The) of the Apostles. See BIBLE,—in locis. Acton, Henry. 9 Religious Opinions and Example of Milton, Locke, and Newton.

Boston, 1833. 12°, pp. 40. ADAM, Alexander, LL.D., Rector of High School, Edinburgh; b. 1741. d. 1809.

JO Roman Antiquities: or, An Account of the Manners and Customs of

the Romans: ... Designed chiefly to illustrate the Latin Classics.

... 5th ed., corrected. London, 1801. 8° (6.2X3.5), pp. 616. 11 Rudiments (The) of Latin and English Grammar ... *** 5th ed., with Improvements.

Edinburgh, 1798. 12° (5.3X3.1). ADAM, Melchior, Rector of Gymnasium at Heidelbery; d. 1622.

12 Vitæ Germanorum Philosophorum qui Seculo superiori, et quod excur

rit ... floruerunt. Haidelbergæ, 1615. 8° (6X3), m. b., pp. 526+. ADAMS, Rev. Amos, of Roxbury, Mass.; 6. 1727. d. 1775.

13 Character (The) of a Christian's Death illustrated. A Sermon upon the Death of Mrs Luey Dudley. Preached at Roxbury, Oct. 31, 1756.

Boston, 1756. 8°, pp. 26. 14 Concise Historical View (A) of the Perils, &c., which have attended the

Planting and progressive Improvement of New England. In two Discourses, preached at Roxbury on the General Fast, April 6, 1769. • • •

Boston, 1769. 8°, pp. 66. 15 Religious Liberty an invaluable Blessing. Two Thanksgiving Discourses, preached at Roxbury, Dec. 3, 1767.

Boston, 1768. 80, pp. 57.

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I Songs of Victory directed by human Compassion and qualified with Chris

tian Benevolence; in a Sermon delivered at Roxbury, Oct. 25, 1759. On the General Thanksgiving for the Reduction of Quebec. * * *

Boston, 1759. 89, pp. 29. ADAMS, Rev. Charles.

2 Notes on the Minister of Christ for the Times, drawn from the Holy Scriptures.

New York, 1850. 16° (4.7x2.7). ADAMS, Charles Baker, Prof. Chem. and Zool. Amherst Coll. ; b. 1814. d. 1853.

3 Fresh Water and Land Shells of Vermont. [No imprint.] 8°, pp. 19. ADAMS, Charles Francis, U.S. Minister to England ; b. 1807.

4 Address to the Citizens of Quincy, November 5, 1853. See MASSACHU

SETTS. Constitution. (Discussions on the Constitution of 1853.) 5 Life of John Adams. See ADAMS, John, LL.D. Works. Vol. 1.

Editor, &c. See Adams, John, LL.D. Works. Adams, Daniel.

6 Scholar's Arithmetic (The): or, Federal Accountant. ... 2d ed. ... with Additions.

Leominster, 1802. 8° (7.3X4.3). ADAMS, Rev. Eliphalet, of New London, Conn. ; 6. 1676. d. 1753.

7 Memoir of. See Mass. Hist. Society. (Collections, 4th Series, vol. 1.) ADAMS, George, mathematical instrument maker, of London.

8 Astronomical and Geographical Essays ... 5th ed., corrected and enlarged, by W. Jones. [Plates.]

London, 1803. 8° (6.5X3.5), pp. 517. [2 copies.] 9 Essay (An) on Electricity ... With six Plates. To which is added,

A Letter ... from Mr. John Birch, Surgeon, on ... Medical Electricity. 5th ed., with corrections and additions, by W. Jones.

London, 1799. 8° (6X3.4), pp. 594. 10 Essay on Vision ... 2d ed. [Plate.] London, 1792. 8°(5.8X3.2). 11 Essays on the Microscope ; containing a practical Description of ...

Microscopes; a general History of Insects ...; an Account of ... the Hydræ and Vorticellæ ; &c. &c. ... With thirty-two folio Plates. 2d ed., with ... additions, &c. by F. Kanmacher.

London, 1798. 4° (7.1X5), pp. 724. 12 Geometrical and Graphical Essays, containing a general Description of

the Mathematical Instruments used in Geometry, Civil and Military Surveying, Levelling and Perspective; with many new Problems. 2d ed., corrected and enlarged by W. Jones. (Plates.]

London, 1797. 8° (6X3.4), pp. 518. 13 Lectures on Natural and Experimental Philosophy. ... Plates and Index. Vol. 1-5.

London, 1794. 8° (6X3.5). [2 copies.] 14 Lectures on Natural and Experimental Philosophy. ... Plates and

Index. 2d ed., with corrections and additions, by W. Jones. Vol. 1-5. [Frontispiece.]

London, 1799. 8° (6.3X3.5). ADAMS, H. G. 15 Dr. Livingston: his Life and Adventures in the Interior of South Africa. ... Illustrated ...

London, n. d. 12° (6.3X3.3). Adams, Hannah; b. at Medfield, Mass., 1755. d. 1832.

1 Dictionary (A) of all Religions and Religious Denominations, Jewish,

Heathen, Mahometan, and Christian, ancient and modern. ... **

4th ed., with large additions. New York, 1817. 8° (6.5X3.9), 2 cols. 2 Narrative (A) of the Controversy between the Rev. Jedidiah Morse, D.D. and the Author.

Boston, 1814. 8°, pp. 8, 31. 3 Summary History (A) of New England, from the first Settlement at

Plymouth, to the Acceptance of the Federal Constitution. Comprehending a general Sketch of the American War. ..

Dedham, 1799. 8° (6.6X3.3), pp. 513. [2 copies.] 4 View (A) of Religions, ... 3d ed., with large additions. * *

Boston, 1801. 8° (6X3.6), pp. 504. ADAMS, James 0.

Editor. See New HAMPSHIRE State Agricultural Society. Transac

tions for 1853–'57. ADAMS, John, of Waltham-Abbey.

Editor, &c. See JUAN Y SANTACILIA, J. . Voyage to South America. ADAMS, John, LL.D., 2d Pres. of U.S.; b. at Braintree, Mass., 1735. d. 1826.

5 Addresses and Messages. Sce WILLIAMS, E. (Addresses, &c., vol. 1.)
6 Addresses to the President, and his Answers, 1798. See UNITED STATES.

Miscellaneous Documents. Selection of Patriotic Addresses, &c.
7 Biographical Sketch of. See WILLIAMS, E. (Addresses, &c., vol. 1.)
8 Defence (A) of the Constitutions of Government of the United States
of America. ***

London, 1788. 12° (5 X 2.9). 9 Defence (A) of the Constitutions of Government of the United States

of America, against the Attack of M. Turgot in his letter to Dr. Price, dated March 22, 1778. ... ... Vol. 1-3. 3d ed. (Portrait.]

Philadelphia, 1797. 8° (6X3.3). [2 copies.] 10 Diplomatic Correspondence. See UNITED STATES. History, &c. (Di

plomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution, vol. 4, 5, 6, 7.) 11 Eulogy on Adams. See EVERETT, E.; WEBSTER, D. 12 Executive Messages, Addresses, etc. See United States. 13 History of Administration of John Adams. See Wood, John, of Va. 14 History of the Dispute with America ; from its Origin in 1754. Written in 1774.

London, 1784. 8°, pp. 89. 15 Oration at Plymouth, December 22, 1802. See WILLISTON, E. B. (Elo

quence of U.S., vol. 5.) 16 Works; with a Life of the Author, Notes and Illustrations, by his

Grandson, C. F. Adams. Vol. 1-10. [Portraits, Engravings and Facsimiles.]

Boston, 1856. 8°(6.3X3.9). [2 copies.] Note. — Life constitutes vol. 1. ADAMS, John Milton. 17 Address [on Education] to the People of Cumberland County

Portland, 1853. 8°, pp. 24. ADAMS, John Quincy, LL.D., 6th Pres. of U.S., eldest son of John Adams; b.

at Quincy, Mass., 1767. d. 1848. 18 Address to the Charitable Fire Association of Boston, May 28, 1802.

Boston, 1802. 89, pp. 25. 19 Addresses and Messages. Soe Williams, E. (Addresses, &c., vol. 1.) ADAMS, John Quincy, LL.D., continued. 1 American Principles. A Review of the Works of Fisher Ames. ...

Boston, 1809. 8°, pp. 8, 51. 2 Biographical Sketch of. See WILLIAMS, E. (Addresses, &c., vol. 1.) 3 Executive Messages, Addresses, &c. See UNITED STATES. 4. Jubilee (The) of the Constitution. A Discourse delivered at the re

quest of the New York Historical Society, in . . . New York, 30th of

April, 1839. ... * * * [Plate.) New York, 1839. 8° (6.5X3.9). 5 Lectures on Rhetoric and Oratory, delivered ... in Harvard University. ... Vol. 1, 2.

Cambridge, 1810. 8° (5.9X3.2). 6 Letter to Hon. Harrison Gray Otis on the present State of National

Affairs. With Remarks on Mr. Pickering's Letter to Governor Sullivan. 2d ed.

Boston, 1808. 8°, pp. 32.. [2 copies.] 7 Letters on the Masonic Institution. Boston, 1847. 8° (10.3X3.6). 8 Letters on Silesia, written during a Tour through that Country in the

years 1800, 1801. ... [Map.] London, 1804. 8° (5.7X3.2). 9 Memoir of Life. See QUINCY, Josiah, LL.D. 10 New England Confederacy (The) of 1643. Discourse before Mass. Hist.

Society, 1813. See Mass. Hist. Society. (Collections, 3d Series, vol. 9.) ADAMS, Rev. Nehemiah, D.D., of Boston ; b. in Salem, Mass., 1806.

11 Sermon preached [in Boston] Oct. 31, 1852, the Sabbath after the In

terment of Hon. Daniel Webster. 2d ed. Boston, 1852. 89, pp. 23. 12 Why am I a Trinitarian Congregationalist ? See (PITTS-STREET Chapel

Lectures).
ADAMS, Rev. Zabdiel, of Lunenburg, Mass.; 6. 1739. d. 1801.

13 Election Sermon, Mass., May 29, 1782. [Boston, 1782.] 8°, pp. 59.
14 Happiness (The) and Pleasure of Unity in Christian Societies, consider-

ed. Sermon in Boston, August 26, 1772. Boston, 1772. 8°, pp. 44. ADAMSON, Thomas.

Editor. See Diggs, T. Englands Defence.
ADDINGTON, Rev. Stephen, D.D., of Leicestershire; b. 1729. d. 1796.

15 Christian Minister's (The) Reasons for baptizing Infants, and for ad-
ministering the Ordinance by Sprinkling or Pouring of Water. ***

London, 1771. 12° (4.9X2.8). ADDISON, Joseph, an English author; b. 1672. d. 1719. 16 Free-Holder (The). Or Political Essays.

London, 1751. 12° (4.7X3.8). Note. – Lettered “Works. 5." 17 Life of Addison. See Johnson, Samuel. (Works, vol. 10.) 18 Life and Writings. See MACAULAY, T. B. (Essays, vol. 5.) 19 Miscellaneous Works, in Verse and Prose. 3 vols. ...

London, 1753. 12° (4.7X2.8). 20 Papers in the Guardian. See (BRITISH Essayists, vol. 13-15). 21 Papers in the Spectator. See (British Essayists, vol. 5–12). 22 Papers in the Tatler. See (British Essayists, vol. 1-4). 23 Remarks on several Parts of Italy, &c. in the years 1701, 1702, 1703.

London, 1753. 12° (4.7X2.8). NOTE. – Lettered “Works. 4." 24 Truth of Christian Religion. See Watson, R. (Theol. Tracts, vol 5.)

ADLER, George J., Prof. of German, New York Univ.; b. in Germany, 1821.

i Dictionary (A) of the German and English Languages ... Compiled

from the works of Hilpert, Flugel, Grieb, Heyse, and others. In two Parts: I. German and English.-II. English and German. 5th revised edition.

New York, 1860. 8° (8.3X 4.8), 3 cols., pp. 852, 522. ADOLPHUS, John, a Barrister, of London ; b. 1766. d. 1845. 2 Biographical Memoirs of the French Revolution. ... Vol. 1, 2.

London, 1799. 8° (6.4 X2.4). ADVENTURER (The), a periodical Paper, 1752-'54. See HAWKESWORTH, J. Æneas SYLVIUS, afterwards Pope Pius II. ; 6. 1405. d. 1464.

3 Commentarii de Actis & Gestis in Concilio Basileæ. See Gratius, O.

(Fascicvlvs Rervm expetendarym, etc.) ÆSCHINES, an Athenian Orator; b. at Athens, B.C. 389. d. at Samos, B.C. 317.

4 Æschines Interpretatio Latina. See DEMOSTHENES. D. et Æ. Interpre

tatio Latina. 5 Æschinis quæ exstant omnia [Greek.] Indicibus locupletissimis Vari.

tate Lectionis continua Interpretatione Latina Scholiis Græcis Annotationibus variorum ... illustravit G. S. Dobson Præfiguntur Adver

saria ... P. P. Dobree Londini, 1828. 8° (6.9X3.7), pp. 548. 6 (Euvres. See DEMOSTHENES. Euvres complètes de D. et d'Æ. 7 Oration against Charge of Misconduct in his Embassy, and Oration

against Ctesiphon. See DEMOSTHENES. (Orations of Demosthenes;

translated by Francis, vol. 2.) Æschylus, the great Attic Tragedian ; b. B.C. 523. d. B.C. 456.

8 Tragedies. [Greek.] Re-edited with an English Commentary by F. A. Paley.

London, 1855. 8° (6.5X3.8), pp. xxxvi., 604. 9 Tragedies translated. By R. Potter. 2d ed., corrected, with Notes. ... Vol. 2. [Agamemnon, The Chaphoræ, The Furies, The Persians.]

London, 1779. 8° (5.8 X3.4 irr.). 10 Tragedies; translated by R. Potter. New ed.

London, 1809. 8°(6.1X3.4). 11 Tragoediae. [Greek.] Recensvit G. Hermannvs. Editio altera. Tom. 1, 2.

Berolini, 1859. 8° (6.2X3.9). 12 Tragoediae quae supersunt ac deperditarum Fragmenta. [Greek.] Re

censuit et Commentario illustravit C. G. Schütz. Vol. 1. Prometheus Vinctus et Septem adversus Thebas. 2. Persae. Agamemnon. 3. Choephorae. Eumenides. Supplices. 4. Scholia in septem Æschyli, quae exstant, Tragoedias. 5. Fragmenta deperditarum Dramatum cum virorum doctorum Annotationibus. Editio nova auctior et emendatior.

Halae, 1809-'21. 8° (6.2X3.5). Æsopus, a Greek Fabulist; b. about 620 B.C. executed 564 B.C.

13 Choix des Fables d'Ésope. See Le Roi, —
14 Esop's Fables written in Chinese. See Thom, R.

15 Fabularum Æsopiarum Libri V. See PHÆDRUS.
AËTIUS, a physician of Amida, in Mesopotamia, of the 5th century.

16 Contractae Medicinae Tetrabiblos per Ianvm Cornarivm Latinè conscriptus. Cum Indice.

Basileae, 1542. 2° (8.7 X5.3), pp. 916+. Notb.-Imperfect, wanting title-page, and first page of Preface. Compiled from Oriba

sius, Galen, Archigenes, Rufus, Herodotus, and others, with some original matter..

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