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ADAM, Alexander. Adam's Latin Grammar, with numerous additions
and improvements... By C. D. Cleveland, A.M. Prof.... N.Y. 1st
ed. Philadelphia, 1836. 340 p. 12o. - Another copy. Stereotype ed. Phil'a, 1837. 320 p. 12o. ADAM, Rev. Thomas. Missionary's farewell sermon : 2 Cor. xiii, 11.
Is. of Trinidad. London, 1823. 8o. Pam. v. 377. - The Missionary's appeal to the religious public... the mission in
the island of Trinidad... London, 1824. 8o. Pam. v. 384. ADAMS COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. Report .. 2d Fair ....
Quincy (Illinois), 1855. 42 p. 18o. Pam. v. 614. ADAMST, Amos. Songs of Victory directed by human compassion and
qualified with christian benevolence; in a sermon delivered at Roxbury, October 25, 1759, on the general thanksgiving for the success of His Majesty's arms, more particularly in the reduction of Quebec ... by Amos Adams, A.M. Pastor... Roxbury. *** Boston, Edes & Gili, 1759. 29 p. 8o. - A concise historical view of the perils ... which have attended the planting...of New-England... With reflections... In two discourses, preached at Roxbury on the general fast, April 6, 1769... by Amos Adams, A.M. Pastor of the first church in Roxbury ***.
Boston, Kneeland & Adams, 1769. 66 p. 8o. - Another copy : imperfect. p. 9 – 64. Pam. v. 288. ADAMS, Charles F. Texas and the Massachusetts resolutions. Boston,
1844. 54 p. 8o. Pam. v. 526. - Address at Quincy. See Massachusetts Cony. ADAMS, Edwin G. An historical discourse : 100th Anniversary....
of the First Congregational church in Templeton, Mass.... Boston,
1857. 175 p. 8o. ADAMS, George. Directories. See Massachusetts; Boston ; Salem, etc. ADAMS, Rev. G. E. Sermon ... Machias, June 23, 1841, before the
Maine Missionary Society... Portland, 1841. 8o. Pam. v. 267. Adamst, Miss Hannah. Letters on the Gospels. Cambridge, Mass.
1824. 18o. - A View of Religions, in two parts. Part I. Containing an al.
phabetical compendium of the various religious denominations.... from the beginning of the Christian era.... Part II. Containing a brief account of the different schemes of religion now embraced...
The second edition... *** Boston, J. W. Folsom (1790?). 8°. - The History of the Jews from the destruction of Jerusalem to
the nineteenth century. Boston, 1812. 2 v. 12o. Adams (John), D.D. Sermon, H. of Commons, Nov. 5, 1696 : Dan.
iii, 28. Lond. 4°. Pam. v. 361. -- Sermon before Eton Coll. graduates, Dec. 8, 1702 : Matt. xxv,
30. London, 4o. Pam. v. 361. - Sermon, Mar. 19, 1707 : John vi, 67, 68. London, 1709. 8°. Pam. v. 363.
Sermon before Lord Mayor, Nov. 22, 1709 : Ps. v, 1. London, 8o. Pam. v. 364.
ADAMS (John), D.D.
- Sermon, Consecration of Bp. of Asaph, June 6, 1708 : Jer. iii,
15. London, 89. Pam. v. 364. ADAMS, John. The Works of John Adams, Second President of the
United States; with a Life of the author, Notes and Illustrations, by his grandson Charles Francis Adams. Vol. I; Vol. IX. Boston,
1856. 2 v. 8° 2 copies. ADAMS, Rev. John. Epistle ( poetical) to Rev. E. Turell, on the death
of Mrs. Turell, 1735. 6 p. See Colman (B.), Two sermons. Adaust, John Q. An Oration pronounced July 4th, 1793, at the re
quest of the inhabitants of the town of Boston... *** Boston, 1793. 16 p. 8o.
Address, Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society..2d ed. Boston, 1802. 8o. Pam. v. 514. - Report of the Committee appointed to inquire into the facts relating to the conduct of John Smith, a senator of the United States from the State of Ohio, as an alleged associate of Aaron Burr. Sen. Doc. Washington, 1808. 8o. - Argument...S. C. of U.S. in the case of... Cinque and others, Africans, captured in the Schooner Amistad... New York, 1841. 135 p. 8o. Pam. v. 462. - Lives of celebrated statesmen, by John Quincy Adams, LL.D.; with a sketch of the author, by the Rev. Charles W. Upham. New
York, W. H. Graham, 1846. 105 p. 8o. — Sketch of the Life of. New-York, Sickels, 1828. 16 p. 8o. Pam.
V. 471. Adams (Nehemiah), D.D. Sermon preached to the Essex-street con
gregation, Boston, March 21, 1841. Boston, 1841. 8o. Pam. v. 80. - A Letter to Rev. Ezra S. Gannett of Boston, occasioned by his Tract on Atonement. 3d ed. Boston, 1841. 12o. Pam. v. 262. - Injuries done to Christ : A Sermon... Acts xxvi, 8. Boston, 1841. 12o. Pam. v. 559. - The Life of John Eliot; with an account of the early missionary efforts among the Indians of New-England. Boston..1847. 18o. - A Sermon... Utica (New-York), Sept. 11, 1855... Am. Board of Comm. for For. Miss....46th Ann. Meeting.... Boston, 1855. 8".
Pam. v. 288. ADAMS, Thomas F. Typographia ; or the Printer's Instructor : A
Brief Sketch of the origin, rise and progress of the typographic art, with practical directions for conducting every department in an office, hints to authors, publishers, etc. 3d ed. Philadelphia, 1845.
282 p. 12o. Adams (William), D.D. Funeral Address on E. Mason, 1851. See
Cox, S. H. - A Sermon.... Cincinnati (Ohio), Oct. 4, 1853... Am. Board of Comm. for For. Miss....44th Ann. Meeting. Boston, 1854. 8". Pam. v. 288. - Man the minister of God : Sermon, For. Miss. Soc. of New York and Brooklyn. And 28th Report. New-York, 1855. 8o. Pam. v. 525.
ADAMS (William), D.D. — Madison Square Church : 'Letters, Jan. 1, 1858, 1859. 12, 16
p. 12°. Pam. v. 495. ADAMSON, John. Bibliotheca Lusitana ; or Catalogue of books and
tracts, relating to the history, literature and poetry of Portugal; forming part of the library of .... Newcastle-on-Tyne.. Hodgson,
1836. 6 fasciculi, 115 p. 12o. ADAMSON (John), M.D. The cause and cure of Asiatic or Malignant
cholera. London, 1851. 40 p. 8o. Pam. v. 405. ADDERLEY (C. B.), M.P. Statement of the present Cape of Good
Hope case. London, 1851. 36 p. 89. Pam. v. 434. - Punishment is not education : A Review of a charge on the
subject of tickets of leave, by D. M. Hill. London, 1856. 30 p. 89.
Pam. v. 403. ADDINGTON, Henry. Speech : Comm. of ways and means, Dec. 10,
1802. London, 1803. 8o. Pam. v. 440. Addisont, Joseph. Works. Vol. 5, 6. London, Bohn, 1856. 2 v. 12o.
- Cato, a tragedy. Glasgow, 1761. 12o.— The Drummer, or the
Haunted House, a comedy. London, 1751. 12°. Pam. v. 621. ADDRESS (An) from the Clergy of New-York and New-Jersey to the
Episcopalians in Virginia, occasioned by some late transactions in that colony relative to an American episcopate. *** By Myles Coo
per, D.D.? New-York, Gaine, 1771. 58 p. 8o. ADDRESS froin the Committee appointed at Mrs. Vandewater's, on the
13th day of September 1784, to the People of the State of New
York. New-York, Shepard Kollock, 1784. 16 p. 8°. ADDRESS of a part of the democratic delegation in Congress, from the
State of New-York, to their constituents. Washington, 1854. 8°.
Pam. v. 197. ADDRESS of the Committee appointed by a public meeting, held at
Faneuil Hall, Sept. 24, 1846, for the purpose of considering the recent case of kidnapping from our soil, and of taking measures to prevent the recurrence of smilar outrages; with an appendix. Bos
ton, 1846. 8, 42 p. 8o. Pam. v. 237. ADDRESS of the Committee of the City of New-York, acting under the
authority of the General Committee of Correspondence of the State of New-York, in support of the nomination of the Hon. De Witt Clinton to the presidency of the United States at the ensuing elec
tion. New-York, 1812. 8o. Pam. v. 259. ADDRESS of the Convention to the Legislature of the State of New.'
York, on the subject of the Great State Road, held at Newburgh,
Oct. 19, 1825 (1826). New-York, 1827. 20 p. Pam. v. 281. ADDRESS (The) of the People of Great Britain, to the Inhabitants of
America. By Sir John Dalrymple? London, 1775. 60 p. 8°. ADDRESS of the Protestants of Ireland, to the People of England.
1829. 1 p. f'. Pam. v. 1104. ADDRESS of the State Convention of Delegates.... on the subject of
the approaching presidential election. Albany, 1828. 8o. Pam. v. 197.
ADDRESS (An) of the twelve United Colonies of North America, by
their representatives in Congress, to the People of Ireland. Phila
delphia, Bradford, 1775. 10 p. 8'. ADDRESS (An) to H. R. H. the Prince of Wales, on ... imprisonment
for debt...with sketches taken from real life. London, 1783. 44 p.
18o. Pam. v. 617. ADDRESS (An) to Lord Teignmouth, Pres. of the B. & F. Bible Society
... By a Country Clergyman. Thomas Sikes. London, 1805. 8o.
Pam. v. 383. ADDRESS (An) to Protestant dissenters, on the origin and influence of
the regium donum. 1774. London (1792). 12°. Pam. v. 320. ADDRESS (An) to the Bishops, upon the subject of a late letter from
one of their lordships...with the letter prefixed. By John Disney,
D.D. London, 1790. 8o. Pam. v. 323. ADDRESS (An) to the Citizens of New-York, on the claims of Columbia
College and the New University to their patronage. New York,
1830. 10 p. 89. Pam. v. 249. ADDRESS to the Citizens of Norfolk county, exposing the absurdity of
the present war, and the benefits of peace....By a Republican of Norfolk, and a friend to peace, liberty and commerce. 12 p. 8o.
Pam. v. 259. ADDRESS to the Fair Daughters of the United States, calling on them
for their advice and interest in the present important crisis. New
York, 1811. 14 p. 8o. Pam. v. 199. ADDRESS to the Independent Electors of the State of New York, on
the present state of public affairs, and on the ensuing general elec
tion. Albany, Websters & Skinner (1810). 14 p. 8o. Pam. v. 197. ADDRESS (An) to the Inhabitants of Fakenham and its vicinity. Fa
kenham, Eng. 1825. 8o. Pam. v. 314. ADDRESS (An) to the Inhabitants of Pennsylvania, by those freemen of
... Philadelphia who are now confined ... by virtue of a general warrant... Signed J. Pemberton et al. Philadelphia, R. Bell, 1777.
52 p. 8o. ADDRESS (An) to the Inhabitants of the British settlements in America,
upon slave-keeping. 2d ed. To which are added, Observations, etc.
By a Pennsylvanian. Benj. Rush, M.D. Phil’a, 1773. 29 p. 12o. ADDRESS (An) to the Inhabitants of the two great cities of London
and Westminster, in relation to a pastoral letter...of the Bishop of London..on infidelity. London, 1729. 76 p. 8o. Pam. y. 318. Also,
See Gibson, E. . ADDRESS (An) to the King.... shewing the various causes of the late
and present distresses of trade... with the ...cure.... Greenwich,
1822. 30 p. 8o. Pam. v. 425. ADDRESS (An) to the majority of the House of Commons. Lond. 1784.
26 p. 89. Pam. v. 411. ADDRESS (An) to the Ministers and Congregations of the Presbyterian
and Independent persuasions in-the U.S. of America. By a member of the Episcopal church. Bp. S. Seubury.*** Printed in the year 1790. 55 p. 12'.
ADDRESS to the People of Great Britain, explanatory of our commercial
relations with the Empire of China....By a Visitor to China. Lon
don, 1836. 127 p. 8°. Pam. v. 415. ADDRESS to the People of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining
from West-India sugar and rum. 8th ed. London and New York,
1792. 12o. Pam. v. 103. ADDRESS (An) to the People of Scotland, on the necessity of an imme
diate application to Parliament for a Scots' militia. Edinb. 1792.
89. Pam. v. 411. ADDRESS (An) to the People of the American States who choose elec
tors... To which is added a short sketch of the biography of Gen. .
George Clinton, and several essays. Washington city, 1808. 54 p. 8o. ADDRESS to the People of the United States (of members of Congress
who opposed the passage of the bill to organize the Territories of
Nebraska and Kansas). June 1854. 4 p. 8o. Pam. v. 561. ADDRESS (An) to the Soldiery of Great Britain (1795?). 4 p. 8o. Pam.
V. 448. ADDRESS to the Voters of the Fifth Cong. District of Maryland ....
Also, a Reply to the Hon. Isaac M‘Kim, Rep. in the Cong. U.S. from
that district. Baltimore, 1834. 31 p. 8o. Pam. v. 197. ADELPHI THEOLOGICAL SOCIETY : Regulations. Edinburgh, 1807. 8o. ADIRONDACK IRON AND STEEL COMPANY : Circular. New York,
1854. 47 p. 8o. Plans. Pam. v. 205, 520. ADMONITION (An) to the Younger Clergy; shewing the expediency of,
1, Propriety ; 2, Temperance; 3, Assiduity; 4, Candor. London,
1764. 56 p. 8". Pam. v. 338. ADORNO, J. N. Mélographie ; ou Nouvelle notation musicale : Par
Juan-Nepomuceno Adorno. Paris, 1855. 39 p. and plate in 4o. ADVENTURES of Lilly Dawson; or the Smugglers of the Mill. New
York, 1852. 118 p. 89. Pam. y. 496. ADVERTISEMENTS of trades, inventions, institutions, etc. Pam. v. 16,
1014. ADVICE to a Son at the University, design'd for holy orders. By a
Clergyman. Rev. T. Curteis. London, 1725. 91 p. 8o. Pam. v. 338. ADVICE from a Bishop ; in a series of letters to a young clergyman.
*** London, 1759. 112 p. 12°. Pam. v. 300. ADVICE to a young student, 1760. See [ Waterland, D.]. ADVICE to the Confuter of Bellarmin, with some considerations upon
the antiquity of the Church of England. London, 1687. 12 p. sm.
4'. Pam. v. 355. ÆGLES. The Letters of Ægles, addressed to the Hon. J. C. Spencer,
Chairman of the Bank Committee.... Originally published in the
Fed. Gaz. ... Baltimore, 1819. 64 p. 8". Pam. v. 463. ÆLIANUS. Æliani varia Historia, Heraclidis Pontici et Nicolai Da
masceni quæ supersunt. Lipsiæ, C. Tauchạitii, 1829. 18o.