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Boston Museum ... The novelty! The management announces with respect, the first representation of the new opera novelty! ... April 8th, 1862 ...
Date: January 1, 1862
The powow [microform] being a complete and an exact description of an Indian banquet, held betwixt two friendly tribes of Indians, in the southerly part of North-America, A.D. 1777 by John Rhodes, a seaman of Workington, who was a prisoner among the most uncultivated savages, in different tribes, thirteen years, and five years in different prisons amongst the Spaniards, in South-America, and is now alive, tho' much crippled, in the 54th year of his age.
Date: January 1, 1808
Genre: Captivity Narratives
Author: Rhodes, John, b. 1755.
A sermon, delivered to the First Religious Society in Newburyport, September 27, 1801: being the last Lord's-day of their assembling in the old meeting-house. By Thomas Cary, A.M. senior pastor.
Date: January 1, 1801
Author: Cary, Thomas, 1745-1808.
A sermon, delivered at Deerfield, New-Hampshire, July 1, 1812, at the ordination of Rev. Nathaniel Wells. By Nathaniel H. Fletcher, A.M.
Date: January 1, 1812
Author: Fletcher, Nathaniel H. (Nathaniel Hill), 1769-1834.
The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments, with original notes and practical observations. By Thomas Scott, Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks, and chaplain to the Lock Hospital. In six volumes--Vol. I[-IV, I-II].
Date: January 1, 1815
Biographical memoirs of the illustrious General George Washington, late president of the United States of America, and commander in chief of their armies during the Revolutionary War.
Date: January 1, 1815
Author: Corry, John, b. ca. 1770.
History of Cosmopolite; or The four volumes of Lorenzo's journal, concentrated in one: containing his experience and travels, from childhood, to near his fortieth year. Also, his polemical writings; consisting of 1. His Chain, with five links, two hooks and a swivel. 2. Reflections on matrimony. 3. Analects upon the rights of man. 4. A journey from Babylon to Jerusalem. 5. Dialogue between the curious and singular. 6. Hints on the fulfilment of prophecy. 7. On church government, and the ministry, &c &c. To which is added, the "Journey of life," by Peggy Dow. [One line from Daniel]
Date: January 1, 1816
Author: Dow, Lorenzo, 1777-1834.
The substance of a sermon, preached in Unity Congregation, May 4, 1815. By John Walker, Pastor of the Associate Congregations of Mount-Pleasant, Unity and Cadiz. [Three lines from Jeremiah]
Date: January 1, 1817
Author: Walker, John, 1784-1845.
Village sermons: or, Sixty-five plain and short discourses on the principal doctrines of the Gospel: intended for the use of families, Sunday-schools, or companies assembled for religious instruction in country villages. By George Burder. Five volumes in two. Vol. I-[II]. [One line from Solomon]
Date: January 1, 1814
Author: Burder, George, 1752-1832.
The life of Lady Guion, written in French, by herself, now abridged, and translated into English. Exhibiting her eminent piety, charity, meekness, resignation, fortitude and stability; her labours, travels, sufferings and services, for the conversion of souls to God; and her great success, in some places, in that best of all employments on the earth. To which are added, accounts of the lives of worthy persons, whose memories were dear to Lady Guion. In two volumes.--Vol. I[-II]. From an English edition, published at Bristol: with a few abridgments, etc.
Date: January 1, 1805
Author: Guyon, Jeanne Marie Bouvier de La Motte, 1648-1717.
Practical discourses, on regeneration. In ten sermons. On the following subjects: I. The character of the unregenerate. II. III. The nature of regeneration. IV. V. VI. The necessity and importance of it. VII. The divine influences necessary to produce it. VIII. The various methods in which those influences operate. IX. Directions to awakened sinners. X. An address to the regenerate. To which are added, two sermons, on the Scripture doctrine of salvation by grace through faith. By Philip Doddridge, D.D.
Date: January 1, 1815
Author: Doddridge, Philip, 1702-1751.
Memoirs of Richard Cumberland. Written by himself. Containing an account of his life and writings, interspersed with anecdotes and characters of several of the most distinguished persons of his time, with whom he has had intercourse and connexion.
Date: January 1, 1806
Author: Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.
Plutarch's lives, translated from the Greek: with notes critical and historical, and a life of Plutarch. By John Langhorne, D.D. and William Langhorne, A.M. In six volumes. Vol. I[-VI].
Date: January 1, 1804
The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments. The text carefully printed from the most correct copies of the present authorized translation. Including the marginal readings and parallel texts. With a commentary and critical notes, designed as a help to a better understanding of the Sacred writings. By Adam Clarke, LL.D. F.S.A. M.R.I.A. Vol. I[-IV]. [Two lines from Romans]
Date: January 1, 1811
The natural and civil history of Vermont. By Samuel Williams, LL. D. member of the Meteorological Society in Germany, of the Philosophical Society in Philadelphia, and of the Academy of Arts and Sciences in Massachusetts. In two volumes. Vol. I[-II].
Date: January 1, 1809
Author: Williams, Samuel, 1743-1817.