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A new gazetteer of the Eastern continent; or, A geographical dictionary: containing, in alphabetical order, a description of all the countries, kingdoms, states, cities, towns, principal rivers, lakes, harbours, mountains, &c. &c. in Europe, Asia, Africa, and their adjacent islands. Carefully compiled from the best authorities. By Jedidiah Morse, D.D. A.A.S. S.H.S. author of the American universal geography, and American gazetteer, and Rev. Elijah Parish, A.M. Illustrated with eighteen maps. Designed as a second volume, to the American gazetteer.
Date: January 1, 1802
Author: Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826.
Theatre Comique 514 Broadway. ... [Oct. 4, 1869] Old Bob and young Charley ... Intelligence Office! ... The new and beautiful floral divertissement, arranged by Mons. Grossi, entitled the Daisies! ... To conclude with the roaring, rattling, side aching farce, entitled the Persecuted Dutchman! ...
Date: January 1, 1869
Brookes' General gazetteer improved; or, Compendious geographical dictionary; in miniature. Containing a description of the empires, kingdoms, states, cities, towns, rivers, lakes, seas, capes, mountains, &c. in the known world. With the extent and boundaries of each country; the trade and manufactures of the cities and towns; their longitude, latitude, bearing and distances from remarkable places. Including a detail of at least two thousand towns, more than has appeared in any European edition of this work. Illustrated with several maps. By J. Bain, of Baltimore.
Date: January 1, 1815
Author: Bain, James, d. 1835.
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.
A funeral sermon, occasioned by the much lamented death of Mrs. Ann H. Perry, consort of Doctor David Perry, delivered November 8, 1812. Being the next Lord's day after her interment. By Isaac Clinton, A.M. Pastor of the First Congregational Church, and principal of the Academy in Lowville.
Date: January 1, 1813
Author: Clinton, Isaac, 1759-1840.
Lectures on natural and experimental philosophy, considered in its present state of improvement. Describing in a familiar and easy manner the principal phenomena of nature; and showing that they all co-operate in displaying the goodness, wisdom, and power of God. By the late George Adams, mathematical instrument maker to His Majesty, &c. In four volumes. Illustrated with forty three large copperplates, elegantly engraved. Vol. I[-IV].
Date: January 1, 1806
Genre: Subscribers' lists
Author: Adams, George, 1750-1795.
The works of the Rev. Joseph Bellamy, D.D. late of Bethlem, Connecticut. : In three volumes. Vol. I[-III].
Date: January 1, 1811
Author: Bellamy, Joseph, 1719-1790.
The Philadelphia directory for 1804 containing the names, trades and residence of the inhabitants of the city, Southwark, Northern Liberties, and Kensington. To which is prefixed a brief sketch of the origin and present state of the city of Philadelphia. By James Robinson.
Date: January 1, 1804
Author: Robinson, James.
Sermons on various subjects, evangelical, devotional and practical. Adapted to the promotion of Christian piety, family religion and youthful virtue. By Joseph Lathrop, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in Westspringfield. In five volumes. Volume I[-V].
Date: January 1, 1809
Author: Lathrop, Joseph, 1731-1820.
The Holy Bible: containing the Old & New Testaments: translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised. With marginal notes and references. Together with the Apocrypha. To which are added, an index: an alphabetical table of all the names in the Old and New Testaments, with their significations; and, what has never before been added, an account of the lives and martyrdom of the apostles and evangelists.
Date: January 1, 1817
The rise and progress of religion in the soul. Illustrated in a course of serious and practical addresses, suited to persons of every character and circumstance. With a devout meditation or prayer added to each chapter. To all which is subjoined, a funeral sermon, preached at Maidwell, Northamptonshire. By Philip Doddridge, D.D.
Date: January 1, 1812
Author: Doddridge, Philip, 1702-1751.
The Holy Bible: : containing the Old and New Testaments: together with the Apocrypha: translated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised, by the special command of King James I. of England. ; With marginal notes and references. ; To which are added, an index; an alphabetical table of all the names in the Old and New Testaments, with their significatons [i.e. significations] tables of Scripture weights, measures, and coins; John Brown's Concordance, &c. &c. &c. ; Embellished with a map of Palestine, and a map of the travels of the Apostles.
Date: January 1, 1806
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 new American practical navigator; being an epitome of navigation; containing all the tables necessary to be used with the nautical almanac, in determining the latitude; and the longitude by lunar observations; and keeping a complete reckoning at sea: illustrated by proper rules and examples: the whole exemplified in a journal, kept from Boston to Madeira, in which all the rules of navigation are introduced: also the demonstration of the most useful rules of trigonometry: with many useful problems in mensuration, surveying, and gauging: and a dictionary of sea-terms; with the manner of performing the most common evolutions at sea. To which are added, some general instructions and information to merchants, masters of vessels, and others concerned in navigation, relative to maritime laws and mercantile customs. From the best authorities. Enriched with a number of new tables, with original improvements and additions, and a large variety of new and important matter: also, many thousand errors are corrected, which have appeared in the best systems of navigation yet published. By Nathaniel Bowditch, fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Illustrated with copperplates.
Date: January 1, 1802
Author: Bowditch, Nathaniel, 1773-1838.