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PEZEL, Christoph, continued.

1 Argvmentorvm Philippicorvm Pars Vltima. Continens Explicationem

Locorvm de Prædestinatione ; de Libertate Christiana: de Ceremonijs : de Scandalo: de Magistratu: de Coniugio. ...

Neostadii, 1597. 8° (5X2.8), m. r., pp. 599+. PFEIFFER, Johann Philipp, S.T.D., Librarian to the Elector of Brandenburg.

? Libri IV. Antiqvitatum Græcarum Gentilium Sacrarum, Politicarum, Militarium, & Enomicarum. ... Cum Præfatione, & Indicibus ... Ed. 2da. (Embellished Title-page and Portrait.]

Regimonti & Lipsiæ, 1707. 4° (6.3X4.2), pp. 773+. PFINGSTEX, Johann Hermann.

3 Sammlung von Nachrichten und Beobachtugen über die Erzeugung und

Verfertigung des Salpeters, herausgegeben von denen Herren Macquer, Ritter von Arcy, Lavoisier, Sage und Baume'. Aus dem Französichen übersetzt, und als der Zweyte Theil zu Simons Kunst Salpeter zu sieden eingerichtet, von J. H. Pfingsten. Mit Kupfern.

Dresden, 1778. 8° (5.2X3), pp. 557. PALEDRUS, a freedman of Augustus ; d. about A.D. 50.

4 Fabularum Æsopiarum Libri V. Notis illustravit in usum . . . Prin

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Amstelædami, 1701. 4° (8X5.5 irr.) PHALARIS, · Tyrant of Agrigentum,' in Sicily; assigned to 570-555 B.C.

5 Epistolæ. [Greek.] Ex MSS recensuit, Versione, Annotationibus, & Vita insuper Authoris donavit C. Boyle. Oxonii, 1718. 8° (6.2X3.8).

NOTE. – Now believed the production of a Greek writer of the age of the Cæsars. PHARMACOPEIA Bateana; Arcana Goddardiana; etc. See SHIPTON, J. PAARMACOPEIA 6 Hermetica, ...

Londini, 1719. 12° (4.9X 2.7). PHARMACOPEIA of Massachusetts Medical Society. See MASSACHUSETTS, &c. PHELPs, Rev. Amos A., of Boston; b. 1805. d. 1847.

7 Lectures on Slavery and its Remedy. Boston, 1834. 24° (4.7x2.8). PHI BETA KAPPA, Fraternity of. Catalogue of the Fraternity of TM B K, Al

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vard University, Cambridge, 1849. Cambridge, 1849. 89, pp. 50. PHILADELPHIA Library Company. See LIBRARY Company of Philadelphia. PHILANTHROPOS, a pseudonym. See LADD, W. PHILEMON, an Athenian comic poet ; 6. in Cilicia about 360 B.C. d. 262 B.C.

12 Reliquiæ. See BRUNCK, R. F. P. (Gnomici Poetæ Græci.) PHILIBERT, J. C. 13 Dictionnaire universel Botanique, contenant l’Explication détailée de

tous les Termes Français et Latins de Botanique et de Physique végétale. Orné de Figures. Tom. 1-3.

Paris, 1804. 8° (6X3.4). 14 Introduction a l'Étude de la Botanique, Ouvrage orné de dix Planches coloriées. ... Tom. 1-3.

Paris, 1802. 8° (5.4X3.2).

PHILIBERT, J. C., continued.

1 Notions élémentaires de Botanique, à l'usage des Cours Publics ...;

contenant les Principes de la Physique, végétale, et l'Exposition des Méthodes les plus usitées et des principales Familles naturelles.

Paris, 1802. 8° (5.5x3.2). PHILIP II., King of Spain; b. in Valladolid, 1527. d. 1598.

2 History of the Reign of Philip the Second. See PRESCOTT, W. H. PHILIP, Rev. Robert, an Independent minister, of London.

3 Eternity Realized : or, A Guide to the Thoughtful. *** From London ed.

Boston, 1833. 120 (4.5X2.7). 4 God (The) of Glory; or, A Guide to the Doubting. ***

New-York, 1835. 12° (4 X 2.6). 5 Life (The), Times, and Characteristics of John Bunyan. [Embellished Title-page.]

New-York, 1839. 12° (3.6X3.3). 6 Life (The) and Times of the Rev. George Whitefield. • * *

New-York, 1838. 12° (5.9X3.5). 7 Love (The) of the Spirit; traced in his work. ..

New-York, 1836. 8° (8.1 X4.9), 2 cols. 8 Marthas (The); or, The Varieties of Female Piety. * * *

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Metropolitana, vo?. 12). PHILLIPS, Edward, an English author, a nephew of Milton ; b. 1630. : 12 Continuation of Baker's Chronicle of the Kings of England, from 1648

to 1664. See BAKER, R. PHILLIPS, John, an English surveyor. 13 General History (A) of Inland Navigation, Foreign and Domestic: con

taining a complete Account of the Canals already executed in England, with Considerations on those projected. To which are added, Practical Observations. ... [Map and Plates.] New ed. corrected, with two Addendas, ...

London, 1795. 4° (7.5x5.2). [3 copies.] Note.- Each addenda has independent paging. In one copy the work and addendas

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London, 1835. 12° (4.9X2.8). 15 Geology. By Prof. J. Phillips and Prof. C. G. B. Danbury. See (Ency

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PHILLIPS, Richard, F.R.S., &c., an English chemist; 6. 1778. d. 1851.

Editor. See ANNALS (The) of Philosophy, New Series.-Vol. 1-12.
Joint Editor. See LONDON (The), Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical
Magazine, &c. Vol. 1-37.—New and United Series.

Joint Editor. See PhiloSOPHICAL Magazine (The), or Annals, &c. PHILLIPS, Willard, Esq., of Boston. 16 Manual of Political Economy, with particular reference to the Institutions, Resources, and Condition of the United States.

Boston, 1828. 8°(6.2X3.5).

Phillips, Willard, Esq., continued.
1 Treatise (A) on the Law of Insurance.

Boston, 1823. 8°(7.5X3.8), m. r., pp. 550. Philo, a Jewish philosopher, of Alexandria ; lived about the time of Christ.

2 Philonis Ivdæi Opera exegetica in Libros Mosis, de Mundi Opificio, his

toricos & legales, qvæ partim ab A. Tvrnebo, partim à D. Hæschelio, edita & illustrata sunt. Accessère extra ... Philonis sex Opuscula ; quorum alia sunt sideixtixa, alia didarxan.ixa, alia denique historica, res quæ Iudæis auctoris ævo contigère describentia. Nunc Græcê & Latinè in lucem emissa ex accuratissima S. Gelenij Interpretatione, cum Rerum Indice ... [Embellished Title-page.]

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3 tronomy, Natural History, and General Science. By R. Taylor and R.

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5 Branches of Science, the Liberal and Fine Arts, Agriculture, Manufac

tures, and Commerce. ... •*. Vol. 50–68. July, 1817-December, 1826. Monthly. Plates.] London, 1817-27. 8° (6.4 X3.7). Note.- Lettered " Tilloch's Philosophical Magazine.” Conducted, vol. 50-59 by A.

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the preceding. PHILOSOPHICAL Miscellanies, translated from the French of Cousin, Jouffroy,

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Boston, 1838. 120 (5.1X3), PaiLOSOPHY. An Epitome of the History of Philosophy, from the Abbé Bau

7 tain, translated and continued by C. S. Henry. See HENRY, C. S. PHILOSTRATUS, Flavius, a Greek sophist, of the 3d century.

8 Two First Books (The) of Philostratus, concerning the Life of Apollo

nius Tyaneus: ... now published in English: together with philologi

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9 Voyage (A) towards the North Pole Undertaken by His Majesty's Com

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10 Voyage to the North Pole. See PINKERTON, J. (Voyages, &c., vol. 1.) Pups or Puipps, Sir William, Knt., Governor of Mass.; b. 1651. d. 1695.

Il Life, by F. Bowen. See SPARKS, J. (American Biography, vol. 7.) PuisiCALISCH-CHEMISCHE Beschreibung des in dem Bissthum Paderborn ge

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Hildesheim, 1783. 8° (5.4X3). Puocion, Letters of. See CURTIS, G. T. New York, State of. PHOTIUS, Patriarch of Constantinople; d. 892. 13 Photü Lexicon [Greek] e Codice Galeano descripsit R. Porsonus. ...

Lipsiae, 1823. 8° (6.3X3.6), pp. 750. PICHEGRU, Charles, a French soldier ; b. 1761. d. 1804.

i Histoire du Gén. Pichegru, précedée d'une Notice sur sa Vie politique

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2 Essay on Adoption of a Uniform Orthography for the Indian Languages

of North America. See AMERICAN Academy, &c. (Memoirs, vol. 4.) 3 Essay on the Pronunciation of the Greek Language. See AMERICAN

Academy, &c. (Memoirs, vol. 4.) 4 Eulogy on Nath. Bowditch, LL.D., President of the American Academy

of Arts and Sciences ; including an Analysis of his Scientific Publications. Delivered before the Academy, May 29, 1838.

Boston, 1838. 8° (6.3X3.8). 5 Eulogy on Hon. J. Pickering, by D. A. White. See AMERICAN Acade

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7 Grammar of the Massachusetts Indian Language, by J. Eliot; with

Notes and Observations by P. S. Du Ponceau, and Introduction and
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(Collections, 2d Series, vol. 9.)
8 Language (On the) and Inhabitants of Lord North's Island in the In-

dian Archipelago; with a Vocabulary. See AMERICAN Academy, &c.

(Memoirs, New Series, vol. 2.) 9 Memoir of the Present State of the English Language in the United

States; with a Vocabulary of Words and Phrases, supposed to be pe

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in the Supreme Judicial Court. 1822–1840. PICKERING, Col. Timothy, Sec'y of State of U.S., &c.; b. in Ms., 1745. d. 1829. 12 Interesting Correspondence between Gov. Sullivan and Col. Pickering;

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Boston, 1808. 89, pp. 32. [2 copies.] 13 Letter, exhibiting to his Constituents a View of the imminent Danger

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the late William Cunningham, Esq. Beginning in 1803, and ending in 1812.

Salem, 1824. 8° (6.7X3.8). PICTET, Mark Augustus, Prof. of Philosophy, at Geneva.

15 Essay (An) on Fire. ... •** London, 1791. 12° (4.1 X2.5). Pierce, Franklin, 14th Pres. of the U.S.; b. in Hillsborough, N.H., 1804.

16 Executive Addresses, Messages, &c. See UNITED STATES. PIERCE, Rev. John, D.D., of Brookline, Mass.; b. 1773. d. 1849. 17 Discourse delivered at Brookline, Nov. 24, 1805; a Century from the

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i Discourse delivered at the Dedication of the Meeting-house of the First Congregational Society, Burlington, Vt., Jan. 9, 1817.

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9 Valedictory Sermon, on leaving the Old Meeting-house in Brookline,

June 8, 1806; and Dedicatory Sermon, on entering the New House,
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Cambridge, 1806. 89, pp. 33. PIERCE, Josiah, Judge of Probate, of Gorham, Me. 10 History (A) of the Town of Gorham, Maine. ...

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Joint Translator, &c. See ArisTOTELES. La Metaphysique. PIERS PLOUGIIMAN, a remarkable English political poem, composed about 1362.

16 Vision (The) and Creed of Piers Ploughman. Edited, from a contem

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17 Introduction a la Description de la France, et au Droit Public de ce

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