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|Sermons||Jarvis, Samuel F. (Samuel Farmar), 1786-1851.||1816-01-01|
|Sermons||Taylor, Nathaniel W. (Nathaniel William), 1786-1858.||1816-01-01|
|Sermons||Batchelder, William, 1768-1818.||1816-01-01|
|Sermons||Stanford, John, 1754-1834.||1816-01-01|
|Sermons||Ely, Ezra Stiles, 1786-1861.||1816-01-01|
|Sermons||Richards, James, 1767-1843.||1816-01-01|
|Sermons||Staniford, Daniel, 1753-1829 or 30.||1816-01-01|
|Sermons||Bowen, Nathaniel, 1779-1839.||1816-01-01|
|Sermons||Pomeroy, Jonathan L. (Jonathan Law), 1768-1836.||1816-01-01|
The presence of the Lord sufficient ground for encouragement and exertion. A sermon delivered at Chatham, New-York, before "the Missionary Society of Berkshire and Columbia," at their annual meeting, on Tuesday, 17th September, 1816. By James Bradford, Pastor of the Church of Christ in Sheffield, (Mass.)
|Sermons||Bradford, James, 1786-1858.||1816-01-01|
|Travel literature||Brackenridge, H. M. (Henry Marie), 1786-1871.||1816-01-01|
|Travel literature||Johnston, Robert, 1783-1839.||1816-01-01|
|Memoirs||Goodale, Tirzah, 1791-1814.||1816-01-01|
Letters on England: comprising descriptive scenes; with remarks on the state of society, domestic economy, habits of the people, and condition of the manufacturing classes generally. Interspersed with miscellaneous observations and reflections. By Joshua E. White, of Savannah. In two volumes. Vol. I[-II].
|Travel literature||White, Joshua E., d. 1820.||1816-01-01|
Memorial of the legislature of the state of Kentucky, praying an allowance in money or land may be made, by Congress, to the widows and orphans of the volunteers of that state, who may have died in the military service of the United States. January 31, 1816. Read and referred to the Military Committee, and ordered to be printed.
To the honorable the Legislature of the state of New-York, in Senate and Assembly convened. The petition and remonstrance of the subscribers, inhabitants of the city of Albany--respectfully sheweth, that your petitioners have noticed a bill now before the hon. the Assembly, entitled "An act relative to the city of Albany," purporting to confirm certain powers and privileges already vested in the corporation of said city, and further to extend such powers and privileges in a manner which your petitioners conceive to be calculated to prove destructive to the future interest and prosperity of said city, and most insufferably oppressive to its inhabitants. ...
Elements of geography, designed for young students in that science. In six sections. Sect. I. Of the solar system. Sect. II. Of the earth, in particular. Sect. III. Of maps and globes. The three foregoing sections contain the scientific, or astronomical part of geography, digested in a clear and comprehensive manner. Sect. IV. Of the different religions, governments, languages, civilization, and commerce of nations, with an outline of political history. Sect. V. Of political divisions of the earth, into empires, kingdoms; &c., or the historical part of geography. Sect. VI. Of chronology. By Benjamin Workman, A.M. Illustrated with, 1. A map of the world. 2. A plate of the solar system. 3. A plate of the seasons. 4. A globe in a darkened room. 5. A representation of eclipses. 6. A map of North America. 7. A map of the United States. 8. A map of South America. 9. A map of Europe. 10. A map of Asia. 11. A map of Africa.
|Maps||Picket, Albert, 1771-1850.||1816-01-01|
Geography made easy: being an abridgement of the American universal geography. To which are prefixed elements of geography. By Jedidiah Morse, D.D. Author of the American universal geography and the American gazetteer. [Two lines from Dr. Watts] Illustrated with a map of the world, and a map of North America.
|Maps||Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826.||1816-01-01|
|Sermons||Blake, John Lauris, 1788-1857.||1816-01-01|
|Sermons||Orton, Job, 1717-1783.||1816-01-01|
|Sermons||Porter, Stephen, 1781-1868.||1816-01-01|
A funeral address delivered at the interment of the Right Rev. Benjamin Moore, D.D. Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the state of New-York; and Rector of Trinity Church in the city of New-York, on Friday the first day of March, 1816, in Trinity Church. To which is annexed an appendix on the place of departed spirits, and the descent of Christ into hell. By John Henry Hobart, D.D. Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the state of New-York.
|Sermons||Hobart, John Henry, 1775-1830.||1816-01-01|
|Sermons||Everest, Cornelius B. (Cornelius Bradford), 1789-1870.||1816-01-01|