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BOTER, Abel, continued.

1 Royal Dictionary (The) abridged. In two parts. I. - French and

English. II. - English and French. ... Carefully corrected, &c. by Mr. Prieur. 13th ed. ...

London, 1771. Thick 8°(7X4.4), 3 cols., n. p. 2 Royal Dictionary abridged. In two Parts, I. - French and English.

II.- English and French. 15th ed., carefully corrected, &c. by J. C.
Prieur.

London, 1783. Thick 8° (7X4.7), 3 cols., n. p. BOYLE, Charles, Lord; b. 1676. d. 1731.

Editor, Translator, &c. See PHALARIS. Epistolæ. BOYLE, John, Earl of Cork and Orrery; 6. 1707. d. 1762.

3 Remarks on the Life and Writings of Dr. Jonathan Swift, in a Series

of Letters ... 5th ed. *** London, 1752. 12° (4.8X2.8). BOYLE, Hon. Robert, an English Philosopher; b. 1627. d. 1691.

4 Continvation (A) of nevv Experiments physico-mechanical touching the Spring and VVeight of the Air, and their Effects. Part I. ...

Oxford, 1669. 4° (6X 4.4). BOYLE, Roger; 6. 1621. d. 1679.

5 Treatise (A) of the Art of War ... Written by ... Roger (Boyle] Earl of Orrery.

In the Savoy, 1677. 2° (9X4.7). BOYLE's Lecture Sermons. — Defence (A) of natural and revealed Religion :

6 being a Collection of the Sermons preached at the Lecture founded

by the Hon. Robert Boyle ; (from 1691 to 1732.) with the Additions and Amendments of the several Authors, and general Indexes. ... Vol. 1-3. ...

London, 1739. 2° (10.9X5.9). BRACE, Rev. Charles Loring; b. at Litchfield, Conn., 1826. 7 Hungary in 1851 ; with an Experience of the Austrian Police. (Plates.]

New York, 1852. 12° (5.6X3.5). BRADBURY, Charles.

8 History of Kennebunk Port, from its first Discovery by Bartholomew Gosnold, May 14, 1602, to A.D. 1837. [Engraving.]

Kennebunk, 1837. 16° (5.5X3.1). BRADBURY, Thomas, a dissenting Minister of London ; 6. 1677. d. 1759.

9 Ass (The): or, The Serpent. A Comparison between the Tribes of Issacher and Dan, in their Regard for civil Liberty. Nov. 5, 1712. ***

Boston, reprinted, 1768. 8°, pp. 22. 10 Preface. See ERSKINE, E. Collection of Sermons. BRADFORD, Alden, LL.D., Minister at Wiscasset, Me. ; aft. Bookseller in

Boston ; Secy. of State in Mass., 1812–24 ; 6. 1765. d. 1843. 11 Biographical Notices of distinguished Men in New England ...

Boston, 1842. 8° (5.2X3.2). 12 Description of Wiscasset, Me. See MASSACHUSETTS Historical Society.

(Collections, 1st Series, vol. 7.) 13 Discourse (A) delivered at Hallowell, at the Opening of the Academy in that Place, May 5, 1795. .. Hallowell, 1795. 8°, pp. 23.

BRADFORD, Alden, LL.D., continued.

1 Discourse (A) delivered before the Society for propagating the Gospel among the Indians and Others in North America, Nov. 4, 1830. [Report, &c.]

Boston, 1830. 8° (6.1X3.6), pp. 51. 2 History of the Federal Government, for fifty Years: from March, 1789, to March, 1839. *

Boston, 1840. 8° (6.2X3.6). 3 History of Massachusetts, from 1764, to July, 1775 ...

Boston, 1822. 8° (6.1X3.3). 4 History of Massachusetts from July, 1775 ... to 1789 ...

Boston, 1825. 8° (5.8X3.4). 5 History of Massachusetts . . . from the Year 1620 to 1820. [Map.]

Boston, 1835. 8° (6.5 X3.5). 6 Memoir of the Life and Writings of Rev. Jonathan Mayhew, D.D. ... * * * [Portrait.]

Boston, 1838. 8° (5.9X3.7). 7 Notes on Duxbury, Mass. See MASSACHUSETTS Historical Society,

(Collections, 2d Series, vol. 10.) BRADFORD, Samuel, D.D., Bp, of Carlisle and of Rochester ; 6. 1652. d. 1731.

8 Credibility of the Christian Revelation from its intrinsic Evidence. See

(BOYLE's Lecture Sermons, vol. 1.) BRADFORD, Thomas Gamaliel, of Boston, Mass.

Joint Editor. See LIEBER, F. Encyclopædia Americana. Vol. 6–13.

Translator. See CHEVALIER, M. Society, &c. in the United States. BRADFORD, William, 2d Gov. of Plymouth Colony; b. in Eng., 1588. d. 1657.

9 Extracts from Bradford's Letter Book, &c. See MASSACHUSETTS His

torical Society. (Collections, 1st Series, vol. 3.) 10 History of Plymouth Plantation. See MASSACHUSETTS Historical Society. (Collections, 4th Series, vol. 3.)

NOTE. — Forms the whole of the volume referred to. 11 History of Plymouth Plantation. See YOUNG, A. Chronicles of the

Pilgrims. — Pp. 1–108.
12 Life of Gov. Bradford. See BELKNAP, J. (Amer. Biogr., vol. 2.)
13 Memoir of Elder W. Brewster. See Young, A. Chronicles of the

Pilgrims. -- Pp. 459-470.
BRADWARDINE, Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury; b. 1290. d. 1348.

14 Cavsa Dei (De), contra Pelagivm, et de Virtute Cavsarym ad suos

Mertonenses, Libri tres : Opera et Studio H. Savilii ... nunc primum editi. ***

Londini, 1618. 2° (10.9X6.1), m. r., pp. 876. BRADY, Nicholas, D.D., Rector in Surrey ; b. 1659. d. 1726.

15 New Version (A) of the Psalms of David. ... By N. Brady, D.D. and N. Tate, Esq.

Boston, n. d. 12° (5.1 X2.4 irr.). BRAHE, Tycho, the Astronomer; b. at Knudstorp in Denmark, 1546. d. 1601.

16 Life of Tycho Brahe. See BREWSTER, D. The Martyrs of Science. BRAINERD, Rev. David, Missionary to the Indians ; 6. 1718. d. 1747.

17 Life of David Brainerd. Chiefly extracted from his Diary. By Pres. Edwards.

New York, n. d. 12° (4.6 X 2.8). 18 Life of David Brainerd, with Abridgement of Diary. See STYLES, J. 19 Life, by W. B. 0. Peabody. See SPARKS, J. (Amer. Biogr., vol. 8.)

BRAITHWAITE, Joseph Bevan.

Editor. See GURNEY, J. J. Memoirs, &c. BRAITHWAITE, Richard, Esq.; 6, 1588. d. 1673.

1 Survey (A) of History ... *** London, 1638. 4° (5.8X3.3), m. r. BRANDIS, Prof. Christianus Augustus.

? Essay on the Character and Influence of Niebuhr. See NIEBUHR, B. G.

Life and Letters, &c. 3 Scholia (Greek] in Aristotelem. Collegit C. A. Brandis, edidit Acade

mia regia Borussica. Berolini, 1836. 4° (8.3X6.7), 2 cols., pp. 833. BRINDYWYLLERUS, Jacobus, Minister at Basil, Switzerland; d. 1629.

4 Analysis methodica typica Evangeliorum ... cum Observationibus ... Locorum item communum theologicorum duplex Series ... ... (2 pagings.]

Basiliae, 1620. 4° (7.8 irr.X5 irr.). Note. - Each portion has independent title-page. Imperfect, wanting to p. 89. BRANT, Caspar.

5 Historia Vitæ J. Arminii. Accedunt H. Grotii, & Dom. Baudii in Arminii Obitum Epicedia. *** [Portrait.]

Amstelodami, 1724. 8° (5.2 x 2.6), m. b. BRANT, Joseph, or THAYENDANEGA, a Mohawk Chief; b. 1742. d. 1807.

6 Life of Joseph Brant — Thayendanega. See STONE, W. L. BRATTLE, Thomas, a Merchant of Boston; b. 1657. d. 1713.

7 Account of the Witchcraft Delusion, 1692. See MASSACHUSETTS His

torical Society. (Collections, 1st Series, vols. 5 and 8.) BRAY, William, F.A.S., &c.; b. 1736. d. 1832.

8 Sketch of a Tour into Derbyshire and Yorkshire, &c. See PINKER

TOX, J. (Collection of Voyages and Travels, vol. 2.)
BRAZER, Rer. John, D.D., of Salem, Mass., late Prof. in Harvard College.

9 Apparent Darkness (The) of God's Providence. (AMERICAN Unitarian

Association. — Tracts, 1st Series, No. 175.) Boston, 1842. 12°, pp. 14. 10 Efficacy (The) of Prayer. (AMERICAN Unitarian Association - Tracts, • 1st Series, No. 88.)

Boston, 1834. 12°, pp. 32. 11 Power (The) of Unitarianism over the Affections. 2d ed. ... (AMERICAN Unitarian Association. -- Tracts, 1st Series, No. 27.)

Boston, 1832. 12°, pp. 24. BREBELF, Guillaume de; b. 1618. d. 1661.

Translator. See LUCANUS, M. A. La Pharsalie. BREITINGER, John James, Prof. of Greek & Hebr. at Zurich ; b. 1701. d. 1776.

Editor. See BIBLE,- The Old Testament. “H IIAAAIA AIAOHKH. BRENT, Sir Nathanael, an English Lawyer ; b. 1573. d. 1652.

Translator. See SARPI, P. The Historie of the Covncel of Trent. BRET, Antoine, a French dramatic Author ; b. 1717. d. 1792.

Editor. See MOLIÈRE. J. B. P. (Euvres. BRETT. Thomas, D.D., LL.D.; b. 1667. d. 1743. 12 Ancient Versions of the Bible. See Watson, R. (Theological Tracts,

rol. 3.)

BREWER, Thomas M., M.D.

1 North American Oology. Part I., Raptores and Fissirostres. Pp. 140

and 5 plates. See SMITHSONIAN Institution. (Contributions, vol. 11.) BREWSTER, Sir David, LL.D., F.R.S.; b. at Jedburgh, Scotland, 1781.

2 Double Refraction and Polarisation of Light. See SOCIETY for the Dif

fusion of Useful Knowledge. Library, &c. (Natural Philosophy, vol. 1.) 3 Letters on natural Magic. Addressed to Sir Walter Scott. (Harper's Family Library, No. 50.)

New York, 1839. 18° (4.5X2.7). 4 Life (The) of Sir Isaac Newton. *** [Portrait.] (Harper's Family Library, No. 26.)

New York, 1831. 18°(4.5X2.7). 5 Martyrs (The) of Science; or, The Lives of Galileo, Tycho Brahe, and Kepler. (Harper's Family Library, No. 130.)

New York, 1841. 18° (4.5X2.7). 6 More Worlds than one the Creed of the Philosopher and the Hope of the Christian. * * *

New York, 1854. 12° (4.2X2.8). 7 Optics. See Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. Li

brary, &c. (Natural Philosophy, vol. 1.)
8 Treatise (A) on Magnetism ... [Chart.]

Edinburgh, 1837. 12° (5.3X3.2).
Annotator. See FERGUSON, J. Ferguson's Astronomy
Annotator, and Biographer. See EULER, L. Letters, &c.

Editor. See LONDON, Edinburgh, &c. Philosophical Magazine, &c.
BREWSTER, William, Elder of the Plymouth Pilgrims ; b. 1560. d. 1644.

9 Life. See BELKNAP, J. (American Biography, vol. 2.)

10 Memoir of, by Bradford. See Young, A. (Chronicles of the Pilgrims.) BRIANT, Rev. Lemuel, of Braintree, Mass.

11 Absurdity (The) and Blasphemy of depretiating moral Virtue: a Sermon preached ... in Boston, June 18, 1749. *..

Boston, 1749. 8°, pp. 31. BRIDGE, Rev. Ebenezer, of Chelmsford, Mass.; 6. 1716. d. 1792.

12 Election Sermon, Mass., May 27, 1767. Boston, 1767. 8°, pp. 60. · BRIDGE, Rev. Josiah, of Sudbury, Mass.; 6. 1740. d. 1808.

13 Election Sermon, Mass., May 27, 1789. Boston, 1789. 8°, pp. 54. BRIDGE, Rev. Thomas, of the First Church in Boston ; b. 1657. d. 1715.

14 Jethro's Advice recommended to the Inhabitants of Boston; viz. to

chuse well-qualified Men, &c. for Town Officers. In a Lecture on Exodus XVIII. 21. 9th. 1st Month. 1709–10. 2d ed. **

Boston, 1733. 16° (5X2.9), pp. 24. BRIDGES, Rev. Charles, Vicar of Old Newton, Suffolk, Eng. 15 Christian Ministry (The), with an Inquiry into the Causes of its Inefficiency. ... Vol. 1, 2.

New York, 1831. 12° (5.5X3.1). BRIDGES, Robert, Prof. of Chem. in Phila. College of Pharmacy, &c.

Annotator, &c. See GRAHAM, T. Elements of Chemistry. BRIDGEWATER Treatises (The) on the Power, Wisdom and Goodness of God,

16 as manifested in the Creation. See INDEX. BRIDGEWATER TREATISES. BRIEF Narrative of the Baptist Mission in India. Including an Account of the 17 Translations of the Scriptures into the various Languages of the East.

Boston, n. d. 12° (5.5X3.1), pp. 81. BRIEFE aus Berlin über verschiedene Paradoxe dieses Zeitalters ... 2te ... 1 ausgabe

Berlin und Wien, 1784. 8° (5.2X3). BRIEFE eines reisenden Franzosen über Deutschland an seinen Bruder zu 2 Paris. Uebersetzt von K. N. Bd. 1, 2. 2te . . . ausgabe.

[No imprint,] 1784. 12° (5.6X3). BRIEFE aus der Schweiz nach Hannover geschrieben, in ... 1763. Zweiter

3 Abdruk. (Map.] Zurick und Winterthur, 1776. 4° (7.6X5.7). BRIGHT, Jonathan B.

4 Brights (The) of Suffolk, England; represented in America by the Descendants of Henry Bright, Jun. ...

... [Maps, Portrait, &c.]

Boston, 1858. 8° (6.7X3.9). BRIGHT LAND, John.

5 Grammar (A) of the English Tongue, with the Arts of Logick, Rhetoric, &c. ... 3d ed. (By J. Brightland.]

London, 1714. 8° (5.8X3.3). BRISBANE, Albert.

6 Treatise on the Functions of the Human Passions, and an Outline of

Fourier's System of social Science. See FOURIER, C. The social

Destiny of Man.
Beisson, Pierre Raymond de; 6. 1745. d. 1820.

7 Account (An) of the Shipwreck and Captivity of Mr. de Brisson. With

a Description of the Desarts of Africa ... Translated from the French ...

London, 1789. 8° (4.5X2.6). BrissOT DE WARVILLE, Jean Pierre, a Girondist Leader; b. 1754. exec. 1793. 8 Brissot à ses commettans. Précédé d'autres Pièces ....

Réimprimé à Londres, 1794. 8°(5.6X3.1). 9 Commerce (The) of America with Europe ... By J. P. Brissot de Warville, and E. Claviere. ... With the Life of Brissot, and an Appendix, by the Translator. [Portrait.)

New York, 1795. 8° (5.1 X2.8). 10 Discourse (A) upon the Question, Whether the King shall be tried ?

delivered before the Society of the Friends of the Constitution, at Paris ... July 10, 1791. Translated by P. G. de Nancrede. 1st Amer. ed.

Boston, 1791. 12°, pp. 34. 11 Examen critique des Voyages dans l'Amerique Septentrionale de M. le

Marquis de Chatellux ... *** Londres, 1786. 8°(5.2X3.1). 12 Life of Brissot. See (Commerce of the U.S. - Pp. üü.-xxxi.) 13 Théorie des Loix criminelles. *** Tom. 1, 2.

Berlin, 1781. 8°(5.5X2.9). 14 Vérité (De la) ou Meditations sur les Moyens de parvenir à la Vérité

dans toutes les Connoissances humaines. Neuchatel, 1782. 8° (5.5X3). Joint Author. See CLAVIERE, E. Considerations on the relative Situation of France and the United States of America. Also, De la

France et des États-Unis. BRISTED, Rer. John, of Bristol, R.I. ; b. in Dorsetshire, Eng., 1778. d. 1855. 15 Hints on the national Bankruptcy of Britain and on her Resources to maintain the present Contest with France.

New York, 1809. 8° (5.7X3.4). [2 copies.]

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