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The American gazetteer, exhibiting a full account of the civil divisions, rivers, harbors, Indian tribes, &c. of the American continent: also of the West-India and other appendant islands: with a particular description of Louisiana. Compiled from the best authorities, by Jedidiah Morse, D.D. A.A.S. S.H.S. author of The American universal geography. Illustrated with maps, and accompanied by a new and elegant general atlas of the world, containing, in a separate volume, sixty-three maps, and compromising all the new discoveries to the present time.
Date: January 1, 1810
Author: Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826.
The Ohio gazetteer: or Topographical dictionary, containing a description of the several counties, towns, villages, settlements, roads, rivers, lakes, springs, mines, &c. &c. in the state of Ohio; alphabetically arranged. By John Kilbourn, A.M. author of Columbian, and Universal geographies.
Date: January 1, 1816
Author: Kilbourn, John, 1787-1833.
Brookes's General gazetteer improved; or, A new and compendious geographical dictionary; containing a description of the empires, kingdoms, states, provinces, cities, towns, forts, seas, harbours, rivers, lakes, mountains, capes, &c. in the known world; with the government, customs, manners, and religion of the inhabitants; the extent, boundaries, and natural productions of each country; the trade, manufactures, and curiosities of the cities and towns; their longitude, latitude, bearings and distances in English miles, from remarkable places; and the various events by which they have been distinguished: including a detail of the counties, cities, boroughs, market-towns, and principal villages, in Great Britain and Ireland: together with a succinct account of, at least, one thousand cities, towns, and villages in the United States, more than has appeared in any foreign edition of the same work; in which the numerous mistakes and deficiencies of European gazetteers, respecting this country, are corrected and supplied. Illustrated by eight maps, neatly executed. Originally written by R. Brookes, M.D.
Date: January 1, 1812
Author: Brookes, R. (Richard), fl. 1721-1763.
Sermons and essays: by the late Rev. Mr. John M'Laurin, one of the ministers of Glasgow. Published from the author's manuscripts, by John Gillies, one of the ministers of Glasgow. To which is prefixed, some account of the life and character of the author.
Date: January 1, 1811
Author: Maclaurin, John, 1693-1754.
A narrative of voyages and travels, in the northern and southern hemispheres: comprising three voyages round the world; together with a voyage of survey and discovery, in the Pacific Ocean and oriental islands. By Amasa Delano.
Date: January 1, 1817
Genre: Travel literature
Author: Delano, Amasa, 1763-1823.
Narrative of a shipwreck in the Gulph of Florida; shewing, God's protecting providence, man's surest help and defence, in times of greatest difficulty, and most eminent danger. Faithfully related by one of the persons concerned therein, Jonathan Dickenson. [Five lines from Psalms]
Date: January 1, 1803
Genre: Captivity Narratives
Author: Dickinson, Jonathan, 1663-1722.
The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire. By Edward Gibbon, Esq. In eight volumes. Vol. I[-VIII].
Date: January 1, 1804
Author: Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794.
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.
Memoirs, &c. &c. of General Moreau; illustrated with a fac simile of the general's last letter to Madame Moreau, and an engraved plan of the siege of Kehl, and passage of the Rhine in 1796. By John Philippart, Esq. author of The Northern campaigns of 1812 and 1813; and several pamphlets in "The pamphleteer." [Two lines in French from Moreau]
Date: January 1, 1816
Author: Philippart, John, 1784?-1875.
A sermon, delivered at Brunswick, April 13, 1815, appointed as a day of national thanksgiving, by the president of the United States, on account of the peace recently established between this country and Great Britain. By Jesse Appleton, D.D. president of Bowdoin College.
Date: January 1, 1815
Author: Appleton, Jesse, 1772-1819.
A sermon, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. James Porter, to the pastoral care of the First Church and society in Pomfret, Connecticut. September 8th, 1814. By Elijah Dunbar, A.M. pastor of the church in Peterborough, New-Hampshire. [Two lines of Scripture text]
Date: January 1, 1814
Author: Dunbar, Elijah, 1773-1850.
A sermon delivered at the interment of the Rev. Timothy Pitkin, formerly pastor of the church in Farmington, who departed this life July 8, 1812, in the 86 year [sic] of his age. By Nathan Perkins, D.D. Pastor of the Third Presbyterian Church in Hartford. Published by request. [One line of quotation]
Date: January 1, 1812
Author: Perkins, Nathan, 1748-1838.
The water of life: or, A discourse shewing the richness and glory of the grace and spirit of the Gospel, as set forth in Scripture, by this term, the water of life. By John Bunyan. [One line from Revelations]
Date: January 1, 1809
Author: Bunyan, John, 1628-1688.
The comparative advantages of the ministerial profession, delineated in a discourse delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Nathan Parker, over the South Church and Parish in Portsmouth, September 14, 1808. By Aaron Bancroft, A.M. pastor of a Congregational Church in Worcester.
Date: January 1, 1808
Author: Bancroft, Aaron, 1755-1839.
An Entertaining controversy between Rev. Lemuel Haynes, minister of a Congregational church in Rutland (Vt.) and Rev. Hosea Ballou, preacher of the doctrine of universal salvation,-- consisting first, of a sermon by Mr. Haynes, delivered at West-Rutland, in the year 1805, entitled, "Universal salvation, a very ancient doctrine: with some account of the life and character of its author," immediately after hearing Mr. Ballou 'zealously exhibit his sentiments' in support of the doctrine. Second. An epistle by Mr. Ballou to Mr. Haynes, being a reply to his sermon delivered in W. Rutland. Third. A lengthy letter by Mr. Haynes to Mr. Ballou, in reply to the epistle.
Date: January 1, 1807