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An elegy, on the death of Mr. Henery Cook, of New Salem (Mass.) : who was killed by a fall from the third loft of a house, in Utica, N.Y. November 23, 1803. In the forty-second year of his age.
Date: January 1, 1803
Author: Dunn, Samuel, 1746-1843.
Floral concert or the Coronation of the rose! [at Templeton, Mass 1861] As directed by George F. Miller. ...
Date: January 1, 1861
An elegy on the death of four young ladies, who were drowned in a pond in Sutton [Mass.], May 29, 1822.-- viz. Miss Nancy Tenney, aged 14 years; daughter of Daniel Tenny, Esq.--Miss Adeline Lumbard, aged 17 years; daughter of Mr. Nathan Lumbard.--Misses Hannah G. and Mary H. Marble, aged 22 and 24 years; daughters of Widow Sally Marble.--All of Sutton. By Samuel Dunn. [two stanzas of introductory verse]
Date: January 1, 1822
Author: Dunn, Samuel, 1746-1843.
At a legal meeting of the inhabitants of the town of Ipswich ... on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 1810, "for ... taking into consideration several petitions to the legislature ... for altering the session of the Supreme Judicial Court now established by law to be holden at Ipswich, and fixing it at Newburyport ... The committee ... reported the following remonstrance. To the honorable the Senate and the honorable the House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, in the General Court to be holden at Boston on the last Wednesday of May, A.D. 1810.
Date: January 1, 1810
Nature displayed, in her mode of teaching language to man; or, A new and infallable method of acquiring a language in the shortest time possible, deduced from the analysis of the human mind, and, consequently suited to every capacity. Adapted to the French. By N.G. Dufief, of Philadelphia. [Six lines of quotations] Vol. I-[II] ...
Date: January 1, 1804
Genre: Subscribers' lists
Author: Dufief, N. G. (Nicolas Gouin), 1776?-1834.
A Selection, of some of the most interesting narratives, of outrages, committed by the Indians, in their wars, with the white people. Also, an account of their manners, customs, traditions, religious sentiments, mode of warfare, military tactics, discipline and encampments, treatment of prisoners, &c. which are better explained, and more minutely related, than has been heretofore done, by any other author on that subject. Many of the articles have never before appeared in print. The whole compiled from the best authorities, by Archibald Loudon.
Date: January 1, 1808
Genre: Captivity Narratives
A sermon, preached at Haverhill, (Mass.) in remembrance of Mrs. Harriet Newell, wife of the Rev. Samuel Newell, missionary to India. Who died at the Isle of France, Nov. 30, 1812, aged 19 years. To which are added Memoirs of her life. By Leonard Woods, D.D. Abbot Professor of Christian Theology in the Theol. Sem. Andover.
Date: January 1, 1816
Author: Woods, Leonard, 1774-1854.
A funeral sermon, delivered at the funeral of Thomas Humeston, : late from West-Springfield, who died at Leyden, in the state of New-York, on the 24th June, 1801, in the 22d year of his age. By the Rev. Henry Ely.
Date: January 1, 1801
Author: Ely, Henry, 1755-1835.
A dictionary of the Holy Bible: containing an historical account of the persons: a geographical and historical account of the places: a literal, critical, and systematical description of other objects, whether natural, artificial, civil, religious, or military: and the explication of the appellative terms, mentioned in the writings of the Old and New Testament. The whole comprising whatever important is known concerning the antiquities of the Hebrew nation and church of God; forming a sacred commentary; a body of Scripture history, chronology, and divinity; and serving in a great measure as a concordance to the Bible. By John Brown, minister of the Gospel at Haddington. To which are added for the first time, notes, historical, literary, and theological. Illustrated with elegant maps and plates. In two volumes. Vol. I[-II].
Date: January 1, 1807
Author: Brown, John, 1722-1787.
Melish's universal school geography, being a companion for his universal school atlas, and intended as a class book for his map of the world and map of the United States. With an appendix, containing a description of the globes, with directions for their use. And rules for projecting maps.
Date: January 1, 1818
Author: Melish, John, 1771-1822.
Travels in Greece, Palestine, Egypt, and Barbary, during the years 1806 and 1807. By F.A. de Chateaubriand. Translated from the French by F. Shoberl. Embellished with a map, and three copper and four wood engravings.
Date: January 1, 1814
Genre: Travel literature
Author: Chateaubriand, François-René, vicomte de, 1768-1848.
De viris illustribus urbis Romæ a Romulo ad Augustum : ad usum sextæ scholæ auctore C.F. L'Homond, in Universitate Parisiensi professore emerito. ; Editio prima Novi-Eboraci, juxta ultimam Parisiensem stereotypam. ; To which is added, a dictionary of all the words which occur in the book, wherein the primitives of compound and derivative words are minutely traced, and the irregularities of anomalous nouns and verbs are particularly mentioned. / By James Hardie, A.M. Author of The principles of the Latin Grammar, Corderii colloquia, Selectæ e veteri with improvements, &c.
Date: January 1, 1817
Author: L'Homond, C. F., 1727-1794.
Recollections of the life of the late Right Honourable Charles James Fox; exhibiting a faithful account of the most remarkable events of his political career, and a delineation of his character as a statesman, senator, & man of fashion: comprehending numerous anecdotes of his public and private life; and an accurate description of the ceremonies which took place at his funeral in Westminster Abbey, on the 10th October, 1806. [Four lines from Shakespeare] By B.C. Walpole, Esq.
Date: January 1, 1807
Author: Walpole, B. C.
The life of Joseph, the son of Israel. In eight books. Chiefly designed to lure young minds to a love of the Sacred Scriptures. By John Macgowan.
Date: January 1, 1805
Author: Macgowan, John, 1726-1780.