Bibliotheca Americana: A Dictionary of Books Relating to America, from Its Discovery to the Present Time, Volume 3

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1870 - America
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Page 486 - Charter of the Corporation for the Relief of the Widows and Children of Clergymen in the Communion of the Church of England, in America...
Page 378 - ... the Letter of Edmund Burke, Esq. , to the Sheriffs of Bristol on the Affairs of America, pp.
Page 336 - The Olive Branch; or, Faults on Both Sides, Federal and Democratic. A Serious Appeal on the Necessity of Mutual Forgiveness and Harmony, to Save our Common Country from Ruin. Philadelphia: M. Carey, 1814. 252 pages I2mo. "Defends the alien and sedition laws and abuses Jefferson for his mistakes.
Page 485 - An Appeal to the Public, in Behalf of the Church of England in America.
Page 190 - Together with the | Declaration | of the | Gentlemen, Merchants, and Inhabitants of Boston, | and the Country adjacent.
Page 192 - The Westover manuscripts: containing the history of the dividing line betwixt Virginia and North Carolina; A journey to the land of Eden, AD 1733; and A progress to the mines.
Page 418 - A Petition of WC Exhibited to the High Court of Parliament, now assembled, for the Propagating of the Gospel in America and the West Indies...
Page 468 - SECOND Thoughts, or Observations upon Lord Abingdon's Thoughts on the Letter of Edmund Burke, Esq., to the Sheriffs of Bristol, by the Author of the Answers to Mr.
Page 561 - A Short Introduction to the Latin Tongue. For the use of the lower forms in the Latin School. Being the Accidence abbridg'd and compiled in that most easy and accurate method, wherein the famous Mr. Ezekiel Cheever taught and which he found the most advantageous by seventy years
Page 152 - I proceed to state, under the reserve therein expressed, information received touching an illegal combination of private individuals against the peace and safety of the Union, and a military expedition planned by them against the territories of a power in amity with the United States, with the measures I have pursued for suppressing the same.

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