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Date: January 1, 1835
Genre: Advertising cards
Author: Parmelee, E.
Illustrissimo Edvardo Kavanagh, armig., gubernatori ... exercitationes hasce juvenes in artibus initiati ... Habita in comitiis collegii Bowdoinensis, Brunsvici, in republica Mainensi, die sexto Septembris, Anno Salutis MDCCCXLIII ...
Date: January 1, 1843
Genre: Academic exercises
Leap Year ball. January 4, 1860. The lady friends of the Worcester Union Cotillion Company will give a social ball, at Brinley Hall, on Wednesday evening, Jan. 4, 1860, to which your company is respectfully solicited. Committee of arrangements. Mrs. A.C. Davis, Mrs. P. English, ... Honorary managers. Mrs. P. Palmer, Mrs. A.H. Davis, Miss M.J. Hersey ...
Date: January 1, 1860
Author: Davis, A. C.
Swords's pocket almanack, and Christian's calendar, for the year of our Lord 1819 ... The astronomical calculations by Joel Sanford.
Date: January 1, 1818
A discourse, delivered in Haverhill, March 22, 1805, at the funeral of Jabez Kimball, A.M. attorney at law; who died, March 19, Æt. 33. To which is added, a short memoir of his life. By John Snelling Popkin, A.M. Minister of the First Church and Congregation in Newbury.
Date: January 1, 1805
Author: Popkin, John Snelling, 1771-1852.
Twentieth anniversary. Annual Old Line Ball. Sir: your company, with ladies, is solicited at the Annual Old Line Call, at the Merrimack House, Lowell, Thursday evening, March 4, 1852 ... H.H. Baxter ...
Date: January 1, 1852
Author: Baxter, H. J.
Date: January 1, 1865
The Conductor generalis: or, The office, duty and authority of justices of the peace, high-sheriffs, under-sheriffs, coroners, constables, gaolers, jury-men, and overseers of the poor: as also, the office of clerks of assize, and of the peace, &c. Compiled chiefly from Burn's Justice, and the several other books on those subjects, by James Parker, late one of the justices of the peace for Middlesex County, in New-Jersey; and lately revised and adapted to the United States of America, by a gentleman of the law. The whole alphabetically digested under the several titles; with a table, directing to the ready finding out the proper matter under those titles.
Date: January 1, 1801
Genre: Subscribers' lists
Instructive rambles in London, and the adjacent villages. designed to amuse the mind, and improve the understanding of youth. By Elizabeth Helm. [Five lines of text]
Date: January 1, 1814
Genre: Travel literature
Author: Helme, Elizabeth, d. 1814?
A century sermon, preached at the First-Parish, in Lancaster, May 28th, 1753. By Timothy Harrington, Pastor of the First Church in Lancaster. [Nine lines of Scripture texts]
Date: January 1, 1806
Author: Harrington, Timothy, 1715-1795.
A sermon, delivered in Trinity Church, Athens, on the Sunday following the interment of the late Hon. Samuel Dexter, of Boston, who died at Athens, on the 4th of May, A.D. 1816. Aged 55 years: by the Rev. Joseph Prentice, Rector of Trinity Church, Athens, and St. Luke's Church, Catskill.
Date: January 1, 1816
Author: Prentice, Joseph, 1779-1836.
The Old Testament scriptures worthy of our attention. A sermon delivered at Northwood, New-Hampshire, February 10, 1811. Published at the request of the hearers; to whom it is dedicated, with respect, by the author. By Josiah Prentice, A.M.
Date: January 1, 1811
Author: Prentice, Josiah, 1772-1855.
Date: January 1, 1865
The Christian mourning with hope. A sermon, delivered at Beverly, Nov. 14, 1808. On occasion of the death of Mrs. Eleanor Emerson, late consort of the Rev. Joseph Emerson. By Samuel Worcester, A.M. minister at the Tabernacle in Salem. [One line from Isaiah] To which are annexed writings of Mrs. Emerson, with a brief sketch of her life.
Date: January 1, 1810
Author: Worcester, Samuel, 1770-1821.
A narrative of the adventures and sufferings, of John R. Jewitt; only survivor of the crew of the ship Boston, during a captivity of nearly three years among the savages of Nootka Sound: with an account of the manners, mode of living, and religious opinions of the natives. Embellished with a plate, representing the ship in possession of the savages. [Two lines of quotation]
Date: January 1, 1815
Genre: Captivity Narratives
Author: Jewitt, John Rodgers, 1783-1821.