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Date: January 1, 1814
Gaine's New-York pocket almanac, for the year 1804 ... Calculated for this and the neighboring states. ... By Thomas Moore, philo.
Date: January 1, 1803
Gaine's New-York pocket almanac, for the year 1803 ... Calculated for this and the neighboring states. ... By Thomas Moore, philo.
Date: January 1, 1802
Memoirs of the Rev. John Rodgers, D.D. late Pastor of the Wall-Street and Brick churches in the city of New-York. By Samuel Miller, D.D. Surviving pastor of the church in Wall-Street.
Date: January 1, 1813
Author: Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850.
In memorium. Copy of a letter from Henry M. Pierce, LL.D., formerly president of Rutgers' Female College. White Plains, September 9, 1872. Dear Mr. and Mrs. Bushnell: In Saturday's newspapers I saw notice of the death of your daughter Annie. ...
Date: January 1, 1872
Author: Pierce, Henry M. (Henry Miller), 1831-1902.
Plea for a standing ministry: a sermon, delivered at the anniversary of the Young Men's Missionary Society of New-York, on the 28th of December, 1817. By Alexander M'Clelland, A.M.Pastor of the Presbyterian Church in Rutgers-Street. Published at the request of the Society.
Date: January 1, 1818
Author: McClelland, Alexander, 1794-1864.
The Philadelphia directory and register, for 1818: containing the names, professions, and residence, of all the heads of families and persons in business of the city and suburbs, Hamiltonville, and Camden, N.J. With other useful information. By John Adems Paxton, editor of several directories, and author of the Alphabetical plan of Philadelphia.
Date: January 1, 1818
Author: Paxton, John Adams.
A sermon, preached in the new Presbyterian Church, in Cedar-Street, on Wednesday, November 9, 1808. At the installation of the Rev. John B. Romeyn, as pastor of said church. By Philip Milledoler, D.D. Pastor of the Presbyterian Church in Rutgers-Street, New-York. Published at the request of the congregation.
Date: January 1, 1808
Author: Milledoler, Philip, 1775-1852.
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.
The life of Robert Fulton, by his friend Cadwallader D. Colden. Read before the Literary and Philosophical Society of New-York: comprising some account of the invention, progress, and establishment of steam-boats; of improvements in the construction and navigation of canals, and other objects of public utility. With an appendix.
Date: January 1, 1817
Author: Colden, Cadwallader D. (Cadwallader David), 1769-1834.
The second journal of the stated preacher to the hospital and almshouse, in the city of New-York, for a part of the year of our Lord 1813. With an appendix. [Three lines from Dr. Reid]
Date: January 1, 1815
Author: Ely, Ezra Stiles, 1786-1861.
Blunt's stranger's guide to the city of New-York. Comprising a description of public buildings, dwelling houses, including population, streets, markets, public amusements, the bay, harbour, docks, slips, forts and fortifications:--with an account of the literary, philosophical, medical, law, religious, and benevolent institutions, commercial establishments, manufactures, &c. To which is prefixed, an historical sketch, general description, plan and extent of the city. With an appendix, containing the time and sailing, and departure of steam-boats, stages, &c. with the fares: rates and regulations of hackney coaches, carters, porters, chimney-sweepers, weigh-masters and measurers: market regulations, assizes of bread, money tables, corporation laws and ordinances, inspectors of native produce, masters and wardens of the port, pilots, slave regulations, &c. &c. Embellished with a plan of the city, and engravings of public buildings.
Date: January 1, 1817
An elementary treatise on mineralogy and geology, being an introduction to the study of these sciences, and designed for the use of pupils,--for persons, attending lectures on these subjects,--and as a companion for travellers in the United States of America. Illustrated by six plates. By Parker Cleaveland, professor of mathematics and natural philosophy, and lecturer on chemistry and mineralogy, in Bowdoin College, member of the American Academy, and corresponding member of the Linnaean Society of New England. [Three lines in Latin from Ovid]
Date: January 1, 1816
Author: Cleaveland, Parker, 1780-1858.