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1787. Wood, 1843, D. 3. A Letter to Alexander Addison, Esq., president of the coun

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2340, D, Recueil de toutes les pieces et nouvelles, qui ont paru sur les affaires de Jésuites principalement dans l'Amerique méridionale, et dans le Royaume de Portugal. Tomes 4. A Paris, 1760-1761.

2519, 0. Histoire de la derniere guerre entre l'Angleterre, les Etats Unis, la France, l'Espagne et l'Hollande, 1775—1783. Paris, 1788.

868, F. Die New-welt, der Landschaften und Insulen. Strasburgh, 1534.

1019, Q. The History of the British dominions in North America, from its first discovery in 1497. London, 1773.

2564, 0. Extrait du Journal d'un Officier de la Marine de l'escadre de M. le Comte D'Estaing. A Paris, 1782.

1838, 0. 5. Dissertation on the Political Union and Constitution of the Thirteen United States, &c. By a Citizen of Philadelphia. Philadelphia, 1783.

1845, D. 13. Fragments on the Confederation of the American States. Philadelphia, 1787.

1906, 0. 4. L'Indépendance absolue des Americains des Etats-Unis, prouvée par l'etat actuel de leur Commerce, avec les Nations Européennes. A Paris, 1797.

2111, 0. 4. Return of the number of Persons in the United States, 1790. Philadelphia, 1791.

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2245, & 2342, 0. Table of the Post Offices of the United States, for 1819, & 1825, and the Post Office Laws. Washington, 1828.

2456, O. A Register of Officers and Agents in the service of the United States, for the years 1818 & 1828. Washington.

2262, 0. 6. The Army Register for 1831. Washington.
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1835, 0. 5. Extracts from the Votes and Proceedings of the American Continental Congress, 1774-containing the Bill of Rights, &c. Philadelphia,

1241, O. The Journals of the Proceedings of Congress, held at Philadelphia, in 1774, 1775 and 1776. 2 yols. Philadelphla.

2044, 0. Journal of the Proceedings of Congress, held at Philadelphia, from Sept. 5, 1775 to April 30, 1776. London, 1778.

2034, 0. 5. Addresses and Recommendations to the States. By the United States in Congress assembled. London, 1783.

2111, 2112, 2360, 1825, 1820, 1826, 1803, 1802, 1801, 2527, 2513, & 1800, 0. Messages of the Presidents of the United States to Congress, 1793 to 1820, with the accompanying documents. Philadelphia and Washington.

2022, D. 1. Congressional Directory for 1813. Washington.

2111, 0. 5. Report of the Secretary of State, on the Commerce of the United States. Philadelphia, 1793.

2418, & 2549, 0. Instructions to the Envoys Extraordinary to the French Republic. Philadelphia, 1798.

1800, O. 6. The Secretary of State to J. R. Poinsett, Esq. October 23, 1818. Mr. Poinsett to the Secretary of State, November 4, 1818: with two Enclosures on South American Affairs. Washington, 1818.

1800, 0. 7. Report of the Committee on the Seminole War. Washington, 1818.

2233, O. 4. Memorial of the Society of Papermakers to Congress. Philadelphia, 1820.

2254, 0. 1. Memorial to Congress, by Richard R. Ward and others, assignees of Jacob Barker of New York. New York, 1820.

1827, 0. 1. Cool Thoughts on Public Affairs Philadelphia, 1764. 1827, 0. 2. Act of Parliament respecting Stamps, &c. 1765. London, 1765.

2033, 0. 11. The Objections to the Taxation of our American Colonies considered. London, 1765.

1832, 0. 14. Address to the Committee of Correspondence in Barbadoes, &c. Philadelphia, 1766.

1832, 0. 15. Examination of Dr. Franklin, before the House of Commons, relating to the Repeal of the Stamp Act. Philadelphia, 1766.

2032, 0. 2. A succinct view of the origin of our Colonies, with their civil state. London, 1766.

2033, 0. 5. The Legislative Authority of the British Parlirment with respect to North America. By J. M. London, 1766.

2033, 0. 6. The Crisis, or Defence of the Colonies. London, 1766.

2033, 0. 8. The late Regulations respecting the British Colonies considered. Philadelphia, 1765.

2033, 0. 9. & 10. Protests against the bill to repeal the American Stamp Act. Paris, 1766.

2032, 1. & 2033, 0. 3. Considerations on the Propriety of Imposing Taxes on the British Colonies. London, 1766.

2033, 0. 4. The True Interest of Great Britain, with respect to her American Colonies. By a London Merchant. 1766.

2033, 0. 7. A Letter from a Merchant in London, to his Nephew in North America. London, 1766.

2037, 0. 2. The True Interest of Great Britain, in regard to the Trade and Government of Canada, Newfoundland and the Coast of Labrador. London, 1767.

1832, 0. 16. The Case of Great Britain and America, addressed to the King and Parliament. Philadelphia, 1769.

1834, 0. 2. The Controversy between Great Britain and her Colonies re. viewed, &c. Boston, 1769.

1827, 0. 3. Argument in Defence of the exclusive Right of the Colonies to tax themselves, &c. London, 1774.

1855, D. 5. Chronicle of the Kings of England, &c. by Nathan Ben-Saddi, a Jew. Philadelphia, 1774.

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1835, (). 1. Considerations on the Measures carrying on with respect to the British Colonies in North America. Philadelphia, 1774.

1835, 0. 2. A Letter from Freeman of South Carolina to the Congress at Philadelphia. Charleston, 1774.

1835, 0. 3. Friendly Address to all reasonable Americans, against opposing the King's Troops, &c. New York, 1774.

1835, 0. 4. Strictures on the Address to all reasonable Americans, &c. against opposing the King's Troops, &c. Philadelphia, 1774.

1835, 0. 6. Lettre addressée aux Habitans de la Province de Quebec, cidevant le Canada. De la part du Congrés Général de l'Amerique, tenu a Philadelphie, Oct. 26, 1774. Philadelphia, 1774.

1835, 0. 8. Great Britain's Right to tax her Colonies, placed in the clearest light, by a Swiss. Philadelphia.

1835, 0. 9. Candid Examination of the Mutual Claims of Great Britain and the Colonies : with a Plan of Accommodation, &c. New York, 1775.

1835, 0. 10. Sentiments of a Foreigner on the Disputes of Great Britain with America, &c. Philadelphia, 1775.

1835, 0. 12. Address of the People of Great Britain to the Inhabitants of America. London, 1775.

914, Q. 2. Common Sense: in Nine Conferences, between a British and an American Merchant in their private capacities as friends, &c. London, 1775.

1807, 0. 4. Letter to Dr. Johnson on his late Political Publications, with an Appendix, &c. London, 1775.

1836, 0. 9. An answer to the Declaration of the American Congress. London, 1776.

1845, D. 2. Rights of Great Britain asserted against the Claims of America, &c. London, 1776.

1845, D. 3. Civil Prudence recommended to the Thirteen United Colonies, &c. Norwich, 1776.

1845, D. 4. Reflections of a few friends of the Country upon several Circumstantial Points, and on a Looking Glass for the Americans. Philadelphia, 1776.

1836, 0. 4. Observations on the Reconciliation of Great Britain and the Colonies, &c. By a Friend of American Liberty, Philadelphia, 1776.

1836, 0. 6. Plain Truth, &c. in Answer to ditto, by Candidus. Philadelphia, 1776.

1836, 0. 7. The True Interest of America stated, in some Strictures on a pamphlet entitled Common Sense. By an Ameri Philadelphia, 1776.

1901, 0. 9. An Affectionate Address to the Inhabitants of the British Colonies in America. Philadelphia, 1776.

1836, 0. 3. The Plea of the Colonies on the Charges brought against them by Lord Mansfield and others, &c. By a Native of Pennsylvania. Plate, &c. Philadelphia, 1777.

2043, 0. A collection of interesting authentic papers relating to the dispute between Great Britain and America. London, 1777.

1837, 0. 8. Considerations on the Mode and Terms of a Treaty of Peace with America. Philadelphia, 1779.

1837, 0. 9. Anticipation. Containing the Substance of his Majesty's Most Gracious Speech to both Houses of Parliament. With the Debates, &c. and Notes. Philadelphia, 1779.

1837, 0. 12. The Crisis extraordinary. Philadelphia, 1780.

1845, D. 6. Strictures on the Philadelphia Mischianza; or Triumph upon leaving America unconquered, &c. Philadelphia, 1780.

2034, 0. 2. A Letter from Cicero to the Right Hon. Viscount Howe. London, 1781.

2034, 0. 1. Free Thoughts on the continuance of the American War and the necessity of its termination. London, 1781. 721, 0. I. A collection of State Papers, relative to the acknowledgment of

the sovereignty of the United States of America, by the States-general of the United Netherlands. Hague, 1782. L.

1839, 0. 5. Circular Letter addressed to the State Societies of the Cincinnati, &c. Philadelphia, 1784.

1827, 0. 12. Essay on fixing the Seat of the Federal Government. Philadelphia, 1789.

1825, 0. 3. The Politicks and Views of a certain Party displayed. New York, 1792.

1817, 0. 8. The Political Register. Part II. vol. I. Philadelphia, 1794. 2228, 0. 5. Marcellus on the State of Parties. Richmond, 1794.

1812, 0. 1. Proceedings of the Executive of the United States, respecting the Insurgents, 1794. Philadelphia, 1795.

1817, 0. 4. French Minister's Letter, and Proceedings of the Legislature of South Carolina. Philadelphia, 1794.

1852, 0. 7. Chemin's Morality of the Sans-Culottes. Philadelphia, 1794.

1273 & 1813, 0. 10. The American Remembrancer; or, an impartial Collection of Essays, Resolves, Speeches, &c. relative, or having affinity to the Treaty with Great Britain. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1795.

1812, 0. 3. Official Notes of the French Minister and the Secretary of State, &c. Philadelphia, 1796.

1812, 0. 4. British Honour and Humanity, &c. Philadelphia, 1796.

1812, 0. 8. Letter to General Washington, &c. By Jasper Dwight. Philadelphia, 1796.

2208, 0. 6. A Brief Consideration of the important Services and distinguished Virtues and Talents which recommend Mr. Adams for the Presidency. Boston, 1796.

2531, 0. Remarks, occasioned by the late Conduct of Mr. Washington, as President of the United States, 1796. Philadelphia, 1797.

1824, 0. 6. A Letter to General Hamilton. By Aristides. Philadelphia, 1796.

1848, 0. 10. Case of the Poor Emigrants recommended by Dr. Priestley. Philadelphia, 1797.

1824, 0. 8. Review of the Controversy between the Federalists and Republicans, &c. Philadelphia, 1800.

1824, 0. 11. Serious Considerations on the Election of a President, &c. New York, 1800.

2019, D. 14. Some Account of an Existing Correspondence between the In. habitants of the Moon and the Natives of Old England. New York, 1800.

2513, 0. Letters to Thomas Jefferson, Esq. President of the United States, concerning his Official Conduct and Principles. By Tacitus. Philadelphia, 1802.

1819, 0. 4. Examination of the Charges against Aaron Burr, &c. By Aristides. New York, 1803.

2208, 0. 5. An Address to the Government of the Uhited States, on the cession of Louisiana to the French. Philadelphia, 1803.

1802, 0. 1. Inquiry into the present state of our Foreign Relations, &c. Philadelphia, 1806.

1846, 0. 11. A Vindication of the American Character, in Reply to Thomas Moore. Philadelphia, 1806.

1801, 0. 6. Address to the People of New England. By Algernon Sidney. Washington, 1808.

2513, 0. 5. Analysis of the Correspondence between our Administration and Great Britain and France, Boston, 1808.

2226, 0. 9. Extract from a Protest against the nomination of Candidates for President and Vice President of the United States. Washington, 1808.

2226, 0. 3. A Letter Addressed to the Hon. James Madison, Secretary of State of the United States. Philadelphia, 1808.

1803, 0. 1. The New Crisis, &c. By Pericles. Philadelphia, 1809. 1803, 0. 2. Sketch of the Motives of the Party in Power. Philadelphia, 1809.

1803, 0. 3. Address to Congress on Restrictions upon Foreign Commerce, &c. Philadelphia, 1809.

1802, 0. 2. The British Treaty. Philadelphia, 1809.
1802, 0. 3. Further Suppressed Documents, &c. Flatbush, 1809.

1803, 0. 6. View of the Policy and Resources of the United States; with Strictures on Walsh's Letter. Philadelphia, 1810.

1818, 0. 1. A Drum for the Ears of the Drowsy. Philadelphia, 1814.

1800, 0. 1. Letter from the Secretary with Statements of the Expenditure and Application of Monies by the War Department, for 1817. Washington, 1818.

1800, 0. 2. Correspondence of the Secretary of State and Don Luis de Onis, Ambassador of Spain. Washington, 1818.

2226, 0. 5. A Candid Appeal to the Present Ruling Party of the United States. Alexandria, 1816.

2226, 0. l. An Address to the People of the United States on the subject of the Presidential Election. New York, 1828.

2254, 0. 3. Address of the Citizens of the City and County of Philadelphia, to the Roman Catholics of Ireland. Philadelphia, 1828.

2214, 0. 2. A Review of Mr. Cambreling's Report from the Committee of Commerce. Baltimore, 1830.

1832, 0. 7. A Brief State of the Province of Pennsylvania, &c. London, 1756.

923, F. The Charters and Acts of Assembly of the Province of Pennsylvania. Vol. I. Philadelphia, 1762.

950, F. Journal of the fifth House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1795.

834, F. Journal of the Senate of Pennsylvania. 2 vols. Philadelphia and Lancaster, 1798-1800.

835, F. Journal of the House of Representatives, from 1776 to 1781. Philadelphia, 1782. Gift of John J. Smith, Jr.

1909, 0. Journal of the Senate of Pennsylvania, 1802 to 1826. 21 vols. Lancaster and Harrisburgh, 1802-1827.

1910, O. Journal of the House of Representatives of Pennsylvania, 1803 to 1826. 22 vols. Lancaster and Harrisburgh, 1803-1826. Gist of John J. Smith, Jr.

1832, 0. 8. The Christian's Duty to render to Cæsar, the things that are Cæsar's, considered ; with regard to the payment of the Tax of £60,000, &c. Philadelphia, 1756.

1832, 0. 9. & 1860, D. 2. The Plain Dealer; or, Remarks on Quaker Politicks in Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1764.

1832, 0. 10. A Looking-Glass for the Presbyterians. Philadelphia, 1744.

1832, 0. 11. Declaration and Remonstrance of the distressed and bleeding Frontier Inhabitants of Pennsylvania, &c. Philadelphia, 1764.

1832, 0. 12. Cool Thoughts on the present Situation of Affairs. Philadelphia, 1764.

1860, D. 3. The Conduct of the Paxton-Men, impartially represented, &c. &c. With Remarks upon the Narrative of the Indian Massacre, Anecdotes of the Military Genius, &c. of the Quakers, &c. Philadelphia, 1764.

1845, D. 1. Earnest Address to the Quakers. Philadelphia, 1775.

1827, 4. & 1837, 0. 3. Address to the Inhabitants of Pennsylvania, by those Freemen now confined in the Mason's Lodge, by virtue of a General Warrant. Philadelphia, 1777.

1827, 0. 5. Remonstrance of the Inhabitants of Pennsylvania, &c. to the President, and Council of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1777.

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