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MERRICK, Rev. James L., a Missionary to Persia.
Translator. See MOHAMMED. The Life and Religion of Mohammed, &c. MERRICK, John, Esq., of Hallowell ; b. in London, 1766. d. 1861.
1 Trial of D. Lynn, J. Meigs, E. Barton, P. Cain, N. Lynn, A. Meigs,
and A. Pitts, for the Murder of Paul Chadwick, at Malta, in Maine, on September 8th, 1809; ... held at Augusta . . ., Nov. 16, 1809.
Taken in short hand by J. Merrick, Esq. Hallowell, 1810. 8°(6.3X3.7). MERRICK, Hon. Pliny, LL.D.
2 Letter on Speculative Free Masonry. Answer to Gen. N. Heard, and Col. G. Burbank ...
Worcester, 1829. 89, pp. 20. MERRILL, Rev. Thomas Abbot, D.D., of Middlebury, Vt. ; b. 1780. d. 1855.
3 Essay on the Study of the Latin Language ... at the Expense of
writing and speaking in English ... New York, 1860. 8°, pp. 58. MERRITT, Rev. Timothy, a Methodist minister.
4 Christian's (The) Manual, a Treatise on Christian Perfection ... Compiled principally from the Works of J. Wesley.
New York, 1829. 32° (3.6X2.2). METASTASIO, Pietro Antonio Domenico Buonaventura, an Italian poet; b. at
Rome, 1698. d. at Vienna, 1782.
Firenze, 1826. 12° (4.2X2.2). 6 Opere dell' Abbate Metastasio, scelte de L. Nardini ... 3za ed. Reveduta da G. Deagostini. Tom. 1, 2. [Portrait.]
Londra, 1821. 12° (4.8X2.9). METCALF, David.
7 Inquiry (An) into the Nature, Foundation, and Extent of Moral Obli
gation, involving the Nature of Duty, of Holiness, and of Sin. Being an Introduction to the Study of Moral Science. ...
Boston, 1860. 12° (5.8X3.4). METCALF, Hon. Theron, LL.D.
Editor, &c. See STARKIE, T. Treatise on the Law of Evidence.
Translator. See BECKER, W. A. Gallus. METHODIST Magazine (The) and Quarterly Review. ... New Series, Vol.
8 1-5. 1830-1834. [Portraits.] New York, 1830–'34. 8° (7X3.8). METHODIST-EPISCOPAL Church, U.S.A. The Doctrine and Discipline of the
9 Methodist Episcopal Church. New York, 1832. 24° (3.9X2.5). MEURSIUS, or DE MEUR, Johannes, a Dutch scholar, &c.; 6.1579. d. 1639.
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10 Erster-Zweyter Nachtrag zu der Vietren Ausgabe des Gelehrten Teutsch-
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11 Commentaries on the Laws of Moses. Translated from the German,
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1 Introduction to the New Testament. Translated from ... the German, and considerably augmented with Notes, and a Dissertation ... By H. Marsh. Vol. 1-4. 2d ed.
London, 1802. 8° (6.5X3.7). [2 copies.] Annotator. See Lowth, R. Lectures on Sacred Poetry of the Hebrews. MICHAUD, Joseph François.
2 History (The) of the Crusades. Translated from the French by W.
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3 North American Sylva (The), or a Description of the Forest Trees, of
the United States, Canada, and Nova Scotia. Considered particularly with respect to their Use in the Arts and their Introduction into Commerce; to which is added a Description of the most useful of the European Forest Trees. [Translated from the French by A. L. Hillhouse.] Illustrated by 150 colored Engravings. *** Vol. 1-3.
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Editor, &c. See JOUTEL, - Dernier Voyage de M. de la Sale. MICHELET, Jules, a French historian & miscellaneous writer ; b. 1798.
4 History of France, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time. By M. Michelet. Vol. 1, 2. Translated by G. H. Smith.
New York, 1845. 8° (7.4X4.6), 2 cols. Editor, &c. See Vico, G. B. (Euvres choisies. MICHELET, Karl Ludwig, a German philosopher ; b. in Berlin, 1801. 5 Examen critique de l'Ouvrage d'Aristote intitulé Métaphysique. ...
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6 Catalogue of the Officers and Students of Middlebury College, 1859-'60, with the Course of Studies, &c.
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Windsor, 1853. 8° (6.4X3.7). MIDDLETON, Charles, an English architect.
8 Designs for Gates and Rails suitable for Parks, Pleasure Grounds, Balconies, &c., also some Designs for Trellis Work on 27 Plates.
London, n. d. 8° (7.6X5). MIDDLETON, Conyers, D.D., Libr., &c. at Cambridge, Eng.; b. 1683. d. 1750.
9 Free Inquiry (A) into the Miraculous Powers, which are supposed to have subsisted in the Christian Church, from the earliest ages through
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11 View of the Agriculture of Middlesex; with Observations ..., and
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London, 1807. 8° (6.1X3.4), pp. 704. Miles, Henry H., Prof. of Math., &c. Univ. of Bishop's Coll., Lennoxville, C.E.
1 Ventilation (On the) of Dwelling-Houses & Schools, illustrated by Diagrams: with Remarks on Sanitary Improvements.
Montreal, 1858. 8°, pp. 66. Miles, Thomas.
2 Concise Practical Measurer (The)... London, 1740. 12°, pp. 96. MILET DE MUREAU, Louis Antoine DESTOUFF, a Fr.general, &c.; 6.1756. d.1825.
Editor. See LA PEROUSE, J. F. DE GALAUP, Count DE. Voyage round
the World. Mili, David, Prof. of Theology at Utrecht; d. 1756.
Editor. See BIBLE, — The Old Testament. 'H IIAAAIA AIAOHKH. MILL, James, a British metaphysician & political economist; b. 1773. d. 1836.
3 Commerce defended. An Answer to the Arguments by which Mr.
Spence, Mr. Cobbett, and others have attempted to prove that Commerce is not a Source of National Wealth.
London, 1808. 8° (6.1X3.3). 4 Elements of Political Economy. 3d ed., revised....
London, 1826. 8° (6X3.5). MILL, John Stuart, an English philosopher, son of the preceding; b. 1806.
5 System (A) of Logic, ratiocinative and inductive ; being a connected
View of the Principles of Evidence and the Methods of Scientific Investigation.
New-York, 1848. 8° (6.9X3.9), pp. 600. Editor. See BENTHAM, J. Rationale of Judicial Evidence, &c. MILLER, George, D.D., M.R.I.A., Vicar General of Armagh.
6 History, philosophically illustrated, from the Fall of the Roman Empire,
to the French Revolution. 3d ed., revised by the author. Vol. 1-4. [Portrait.]
London, 1849. 8° (5.3X3.1). MILLER, Hugh, a British geologist ; b. in Cromarty, Scotland, 1802. d. 1856.
7 Autobiography (An). My Schools and Schoolmasters; or, The Story
of my Education. *** (Portrait.] Boston, 1857. 12° (5.5X3.3). 8 Cruise (The) of the Betsey, or, A Summer Ramble among the Fos
siliferous Deposits of the Hebrides. With Rambles of a Geologist ; or Ten Thousand Miles over the Fossiliferous Deposits of Scotland.
Boston, 1858. 12° (5.9X3.4), pp. 524. 9 First Impressions of England and its People. *** [Portrait.)
Boston, 1851. 12° (5.4X3.3). 10 Foot-prints (The) of the Creator ; or, The Asterolepis of Stromness.
* * . From 3d London ed. With a Memoir of the Author, by L. Agassiz.
Boston, 1850. 12° (5.4X3.3). 11 Life (The) and Times of Hugh Miller. See BROWN, T. N. 12 Old Red Sandstone (The); or, New Walks in an Old Field. ... With numerous Engravings. From 4th London ed.
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Boston, 1851. 12° (5.9x3.5). 14 Sketch Book of Popular Geology. Popular Geology: a Series of Lec
tures read before the Philosophical Institution of Edinburgh. With descriptive Sketches from a Geologist's Portfolio With an introductory Résumé of the Progress of Geological Science within the last two years, by Mrs. Miller.
Boston, 1859. 12° (5.8X3.4). MILLER, Hugh, continued.
1 Testimony (The) of the Rocks; or, Geology in its Bearings on the two
Theologies, Natural and Revealed. [Illustrated.] With Memorials of the Death and Character of the Author. ***
Boston, 1857. 12° (5.9X3.4), pp. 502. MILLER, Sir John Riggs, Bart.
2 Speeches in the House of Commons upon the Equalization of the Weights
and Measures of Great Britain ... London, 1790. 8°(6.2X3.4). MILLER, Philip, of Chelsea, Eng.; b. in Scotland, 1691. d. 1771.
3 Gardener's Dictionary (The): containing the Methods of cultivating
and improving the Kitchen, Fruit and Flower Garden, as also, the Physick Garden, Wilderness, Conservatory, and Vineyard ... Interspers’d with the History of the Plants ... Together with Accounts of the Nature and Use of Barometers, Thermometers, and Hygrometers ... Adorn'd with Copper Plates. •*. 2d ed., corrected. Vol. 1, 2.
London, 1733, '39. 2° (11.4 X 6.3), 2 cols. MILLER, Samuel, D.D., an American Presbyterian divine; b. 1769. d. 1850.
4 Brief Retrospect (A) of the Eighteenth Century. Part First; ...
containing a Sketch of the Revolutions and Improvements in Science, Arts, and Literature, during that period. Vol. 1, 2.
New-York, 1803. 8° (6.2X3.4). [2 copies.) 5 Letters on Clerical Manners and Habits : addressed to a Student in the Theological Seminary, at Princeton, N. J. 2d ed.
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7 History (A) of the Baptists in Maine ; together with brief Notices of
Societies and Institutions, and a Dictionary of the Labors of each
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8 Hydraulics. See SOCIETY for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. Li
brary, &c. (Natural Philosophy, vol. 1.) Millot, Claude François Xavier, a French ecclesiastic; b. 1726. d. 1785.
9 Élémens d'Histoire d'Angleterre, depuis son origine sous les Romains, jusqu'au Regne de George II. Par M. l'Abbé Millot. Tom. 1-3.
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Worcester, 1789. 8°(5.4x3.2), m. b. 12 Elements of General History. Translated from the French of the Ab
be Millot. ... Ancient History. In 2 vols.... Modern History.
In 3 vols. Vol.1-5. 2d American ed. Salem, 1796. 8°(6.3X3.7), m.b. MILLS, Abraham.
13 Literature (The) and the Literary Men of Great Britain and Ireland. ... Vol. 1, 2.
New York, 1851. 8°(7.1X3.8).
Mills, Charles, an English lawyer, aft, historical author ; b. 1788. d. 1825.
1 History (The) of Chivalry, or Knighthood and its Times. ... Vol. 1,
2. [Illustrated Title-pages.] London, 1825. 8° (5.9 irr.X3.4), m. b. 2 History (The) of the Crusades, for the Recovery and Possession of the Holy Land. *** ... Vol. 1, 2. [Map and Plates.]
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3 Treatise (A) on Cattle: ... London, 1776. 8°(6.3X3.2), pp. 498+. 4 Treatise (A) on Cattle: ...
Boston, 1795. 12° (5.4x3). Note. — The portion upon Horses is omitted in this reprint. MILMAN, Rev. Henry Hart, Dean of St. Paul's, London; b. in London, 1791.
5 History (The) of Christianity, from the Birth of Christ to the Abolition of Paganism in the Roman Empire. ... Vol. 1-3.
London, 1840. 8°(6.2X3.5), m. b. 6 History of Latin Christianity; including that of the Popes to the Pon
tificate of Nicolas V. Vol. 1-6. London, 1854–55. 8°(6.6X3.8). MILNE, Colin, LL.D., a Scotch divine & naturalist; b. in Aberdeen. d. 1815.
7 Botanical Dictionary (A); or, Elements of Systematic and Philosophical Botany. ... 2d ed., with ... Plates. ***
London, 1778. 8° (6X3.8), n. p. 8 Supplement (A) to the Botanical Dictionary: containing ... Descriptions of several curious Plants, chiefly Asiatic. ... Illustrated ...
London, 1778. 8° (6X3.8), n. p. MILNER, Isaac, D.D., Dean of Carlisle, brother of the following; d. 1820.
9 History of the Church of Christ, continued. See MILNER, J. MILNER, Rev. Joseph, master of Grammar School at Kingston ; b. 1744. d. 1797.
10 History (The) of the Church of Christ. With Additions and Corrections
by . . . I. Milner. ... 2d American ed., comprising some Account of the Lives of the Authors, and an original Index. Vol. 1-5. ...
Boston, 1822. 12° (5.7X3.3). MILTON, John, an English statesman & poet; b. in London, 1608. d. 1674.
11 Life of Milton. See JOHNSON, S. (Works, vol. 9); (Eminent English
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... or, The Likeliest Means to remove Hirelings out of the Church. With Life of Milton: and Extracts from his works, concerning Bishops.
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