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morocco gilt, gilt edges. London, 1637.

4988 SyMMBS (Thomas). A | Discourse | Concerning | Preju-

dice I in Matters of Religion, | or | An Essay to Shew the |
Nature, Causes and Effects | of such Prejudices, j and also
the Means of Preventing, or | Removing them, j 8vo
pp. IV., 21, half morocco. Rare.

Boston, Printed by S. Kneeland, 1722.

4989 Symmes (Thomas). Historical Memoirs ] Of the Late

Fight at j Piggwacket, with a Sermon, | Occasioned by
the Fall of the Brave | Capt. John Lovewell, | And
t)^ Several of his Valiant Company, | in the Late Heroic

Action there. [ Pronounced at Bradford, May 16, 1725. |
By Thomas Symmes, V. D. M. | The Second Edition,
corrected, 12mo, unbound, half title, title pp. XII.-32,
From half title page, a piece of blank paper cut ; from
title page, a line in the border cut ; from page 1, the vig-
nette has been cut, thus removing from page 2, six lines
of print ; a hit of blank paper is torn from the margin oj



491

the fourth leaf, and from the last leaf a piece is torn from
the top, destroying a portion of the head line and a part
of the top line of the page. This copy is made up from
two, and is in part uncut.

Boston: in New England. Printed by B. Green,

Jun., for S. Gerrish, Near the Brick Meeting-

House, in Cornhill, 1725.

In Morrell's sale, a copy of this rare work bound, brought $165. Sub-
sequently, in the Roche sale, the same was sold for $175. The one
here offered can, with small expense, be restored and made fully
equal to the other ; as with the exception of the imperfections noted,
all of which, save one, are slight, it is in very fine condition, being
generally clean, and having a wide margin. Concerning the rarity
of this book no remarks are needed.

990 Symmes. Funeral Sermon, with Memoirs of his Life,
Ministry, &c. ; and his Monitor for Delaying Sinners.
1 2mo, sheep. Newburyport, 1816.

4991 Symmes's Theory of Concentric Spheres, demonstrating

that the Earth is Hollow, Habitable Within, and Wide-
ly Open about the Poles. 12mo, sheep.

Cincinnati, 1826.

4992 System (A) of Exchange with almost all Parts of the

World, to which is added, the India Directory, for pur-
chasing the Drugs and Spices of the East Indies, &c.
12mo, sheep. Scarce. New York, 1800.

4993 Table (A) to bring Old Tenor into Lawful Money.

Also a Table to know the Value of Pistoles, Guineas,
Johannes and Double Johannes, Moydores, English
Crowns, Half Crowns, Shillings, and Copper Half
Pence, at the Rate of Dollars, at Six Shillings a Piece,
at which invariable Value they are fixed, by a late Act
of this Government, the Act to be in Force from and
after the 31st of March, 1750. Broadsheet; very rare.

Boston, 1750.

4994 Tables of the Pay, Emoluments and Supplies of the

Army and Militia of the U. S. 16mo. Boston, 1814.

4995 Tables showing the number of Emigrants and Recap-

tured Africans sent to Liberia by the Government of
the U. S. 8vo, uncut. Washington, 1845.



492

4996 Tait (A. C.) Five Discourses, preached before the

University of Oxford. 12mo, tinted paper, cloth, uncut.

London, 1846.

4997 Tales of the Tripod, or a Delphian Evening. By Per-

tinax Particular. \.2mo,.hoards, uncut.

Baltimore, 1821.

4998 Tancoigne ( ). A Narrative of a Journey into Per-

sia, and Residence at Teheran. Map. 8vo, half morocco.

London, 1820.

4999 Taj^^don (J. E.) A New French Grammar. 8vo, sheep.

London, 1760.

5000 T ANNE H ILL (Wilkins). Sketches of the History of Liter-

ature, from the Earliest Period to the Revival of Let-
ters m the Fifteenth Century. 8vo, sheep.
J Nashville, 1827.

^ Presentation note from the Author to Rot. Jolin Pierpont inserted.

^ 5001 Tanner (H. S.) The Canals and Railroads of the
United States. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1840.

5002 Tansur (William). The American Harmony, or Royal

Melody Complete. 2 Vols, in one. Square 8vo, halj
bound. Rare. Newburyport, 1771.

5003 Tappan (David). A Discourse at the Third Parish, in

Newbury, on the First of May, 1783, occasioned by the
Ratification of a Treaty of Peace, between Great Brit-
ain and the U. S. A. 8vo, pp. 19. Salem, 1783.

5004 Tappan. Convention Sermon, Boston, June 1, .1797.

8vo, pp. 34. Boston, 1797.

5005 Tappan. A Minister's Solemn Farewell to his People.

A Discourse in Newbury. Svo, pp. 35, U7icut. Scarce.

Portsmouth, 1793.

5006 Tappan. Sermons on Important Subjects. 8vo, sheep.

Boston, 1807.

5007 Tarascon (Louis A.), to his Fellow Citizens of the

U. S. A., and all his other Fellow Human Beings on
Earth, not anywhere else. 24mo, boards.

New York, 1837.



493

5008 Taste, A Suggestive Essay. By Discipulus. 32ino,

cloth. Boston, 1841.

5009 Tate and Brady. A New Version of the Psalms of Da-

vid. 'i^imOjcalf. Boston, 1795.

Autograph of Elbridge Gerry.

501.0 Tate and Brady. A New Version of the Psalms of Da-
vid, fitted to the Tunes used in Churches. 12mo, s/?eep.

Boston, 1807.

501 1 Tator, vs. Turnip. An Original Exposition of the Code

of Procedure. 8vo, pp. 10. Albany, 1849.

5012 Tator (H. H.) The Character of Thomas Jefferson.

8vo, pp. 22, uncut. Albany, J. Munsell, 1852.

5013 Tator. The Character of Hon. Henry Clay. 8vo, pp.

22, uncut. Albany, J. Munsell, 1852.

5014 Tator. The Character of Alexander Hamilton. 8vo,

pp. 22, uncut. Albany, J. Munsell, 1851.

5015 Tator. The Character of Patrick Henry. 8vo, pp. 24,

uncut. Albany, J. Munsell, 1852.

The intelliseiit reader -will observe that the writer is no common Tator.

5016 Taunton. The Ministry of Taunton. By S. H. Em- y^

Qvj. 2 Vols. Port. l2mo, cloth. Boston, 1858.

5017 Taxation no Tyranny. An Answer to the Resolutions

and Address of the American Congress. Third Edi-
tion. In same Vol., Tyranny Unmasked, an Answer to
Taxation no Tyranny. 8vo, half bound.

London, mdcclxxv.

5018 Taylor (Bayard). Summer and Winter Pictures of

Sweden, Denmark, and Lapland. 12mo, cloth.

New York, 1858.

5019 Taylor (Charles), The Instructive Magazine, A Li-

brary of Useful Information. With Engravings. 8vo,
hoards. London, 1833.

5020 Taylor (Isaac). Bunyan Explained to a Child, being

Pictures and Poems founded upon the Pilgrim's Pro-
gress. 24:mo, half bound. Hart Ibrd, 1831.



Il



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494

5021 Taylor. Ancient Christianity. 12mo, cloth.

Pliiladelpllia, 1840.

5022 Taylor (Jane). Contributions of Q. Q. Vol. I. 12mo,

hoards, uncut. New York, 1826.

X*
\0/^ 5023 Taylor (Janette). Life and Correspondence of John

^^ I/' Paul Jones, including his Narrative of the Campaign of

the Liman. Port. 8vo, hoards, tmcut.

New York, 1830.

5024 Taylor (John). Records of My Life. Sro, cloth, rough
}-^ edges. New York, 1833.

5025 Taylor (0. A.) Memoirs and Confessions of Francis
Volkmar Reinhard, S. T. D., Court Preacher at Dres-

den. Port. 12mo, hoards. Boston, 1832.

5026 Taylor (Mrs.) The Itinerary of a Traveller in the

Wilderness. 24x0.0, hoards, uncut. New York, 1825.

5027 Teignmouth (Lord). Memoirs of the Life, Writings

and Correspondence of Sir William Jones. Port.
Syo, sheep. Philadelphia, 1805.

5028 Telemachus, in French and English. Vol. I. 12mo,

sheep. London, MDCCXCin.

5029 Telegraphs and Railroads. Pamphlets (6), Relating to

Atlantic Telegraph and Pacific Railroad.

5030 Temple (Cynthia). It Isn't all Right, being a complete
A Refutation of the pernicious doctrine that, " Whatever

is, is Right." 8vo, pp. 21. Boston, 1861.

5031 Tennent (Gilbert). Two Sermons preached at New

Brunswick, in the year 1741, on The Priestly Office of
Christ, and the Virtue of Charity. 8vo, pp. 37.

Boston, N. E., 1742.

5032 Tennent. The Necessity of Holding Fast the Truth,

pp. VI., to the Reader, Boston, Dec. 22, 1742. Signed,
Benjamin Colman, Thomas Prince, and others; pp. 110.
Wants title page. (Boston, 1742.)

5033 Tennyson (Alfred). Maud, and other Poems. 16mo,

cloth. Boston, 1855.



495

5034 Tennyson. The Princess : A Medley, l&mo, doth.

Boston, 1848.

5035 Testimony to the Value of the Sacred Scriptures. 8vo,

pp.64. New York, 1853.

5036 Thacher (James). An Essay on Demonology, Ghosts

and Apparitions, and Popular Superstitions. Also an
Account of the Witchcraft Delusion at Salem, in 1692.
18mo, cloth, uncut. Boston, mdcccxxxi.

5037 Thacher. The American New Dispensatory. 8vo,

sheep. Boston, 1810.

5038 Thacher (Peter). The Death of the Rev. Habijah

Weld. A Sermon delivered to the Bereaved Flock,
May 19, 1782. 8vo,pp. 27. Providence, mdcclxxxiii.

5039 Thacher. Sermon at Dorchester, June 24, 1797, be-

fore the Free Masons. 8vo, pp. 22. Boston, 1797.

5040 Thacher. Sermon, April 6, 1798, at the Interment of

Rev. John Clark, D. D. 8vo, pp. 27, uncut.

Boston, 1798.

5041 Thacher (Saml. C.) Sermons, with a Memoir. By F.

W. P. Greenwood. 8vo, boards, uncut. Boston, 1824.

5042 Thackrah (C.Turner). The Effects of the principal

Arts, Trades and Professions, on Health and Longevity.
24mo, ca// Philadelphia, 1831.

5043 Thackeray (W. M.) Essay on Thunder and Small
Beer. 12mo. New York, 1851.

5044 Thackeray. The History of Pendennis. 4 Nos. 8vo.

New York.

5045 Thanksgiving (A) Sermon for the Important and As-

tonishing Victory Obtained on the Fifth of December,
1757. By David Hirchel Franckel. 8vo, pp. 16.

Boston, 1758.

5046 Thanksgiving (National). Sermons (2), 1815. By

Appleton and Popkin. ^vo, uncut.

5047 Thanksgiving Sermons (3). Eliot 1794, Thacher 1795,

and Holmes 1814. 8vo, uncut.



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496

5048 Thanksgiving Sermons (3). By Bradford, Eliot and
Osgood. ^YO, uncut. Boston, 1794-95.

5049 Thanksgiving Sermons (6). By Morse, Mellen, Kendall,
Thatcher, Holmes and Baldwin. 8vo, mostly uncut.

Boston, 1795.

5050 Thanksgiving Sermon. By James Freeman, Svo.

Boston, 1796.

' 5051 Thanksgiving Seraions (4). By Strong, May, Mason and

Parish. Svo. Various places, 1798-1802-4.

5052 Thanksgiving Sermons (6).

5053 Thatcher (Thomas). A Fast of God's chusing, | Plain-

ly opened, | For the help of those poor in spirit whose |
hearts are set to seek the Lord their God, | in New-
England, in the solemn | Ordinance of | A Fast.| Where-
in is showed, I. The nature of such a Fast. II. The |
Q J Testimony God will give thereunto of his gracious ac-

^ ceptation. | III. The special Lesson wherein God will

bear witness to such | A Fast. lY. Some helps to
Faith that it shall be so. | V. Why such a Fast is so ac-
ceptable and successful. | VI. How much this concerns
God's people in New-England. | Preached on a Fast,
called by Public Authority, Oct. 26, 1674. | By Thomas
Thatcher, | Pastor of a church in Boston. | 4to, title, 4
pp. To the reader, signed Increase Mather, pp. 25,
half calf , antique. Very rare.

Boston, Printed by John Foster, 1678

5054 Thayer (Mrs. C. M.) History of the United States

24mo, hoards. New York, 1828

5055 Thayer (Ebenezer). A Sermon Preached at Wood
stock. May 24th, 1 727, Upon the Ordination Of the Rev
Mr. Throop, to the Pastoral Office there. 12mo, pp
30. Rare. Boston, 1727

5056 Thayer (Thos. B.) Christianity against Infidelity, or

the truth of the Gospel History. 16mo, cloth.

Boston, 1836.



497

5057 Theatre Classique, contenant Esther, Athalie, Polyeucte

et Merope. 24nio, uncut. Paris, 1822.

5058 Theatrical Dictionar}", containing an Account of all the

Dramatic Pieces that have appeared from the commence-
ment of Theatrical Exhibitions, to the Present Time.
Together with Their Dates, when Written or Printed,
where Acted, and Occasional Remarks on their Merits
and Success. To which is added an Alphabetical Cat-
alogue of Dramatic Writers, with The Titles of all the
Pieces they have Written, annexed to each name. 12mo,
shcey. London, mdccxcii.

5059 Thelwall (A. S.) The Iniquities of the Opium Trade

with China. 12mo, cloth, uncut. London, 1839.

5060 Theologia et Philosophia Indica. Vol. L Aio, half calf.

. Paris 1801.

5061 Thermometrical Navigation, being a Series of Experi-
ments and Observations tending to prove, that by as-
certaining the Relative Heat of the Sea- Water from
time to time, the Passage of a Ship through the Gulph
Stream, and from deep water into soundings, may be
discovered in time to avoid Danger, although (owing to
tempestuous weather) it may be impossible to heave the
lead, or Observe the Heavenly Bodies. 8vo, pp. 100,
uncut. Scarce. Philadelphia, 1799.

5062 Thiers (Adolphe). The Mississippi Bubble, an Authen-

tic Account of the Darien Expedition, and the South
Sea Scheme. 12mo, hoards. New York, 1859.

5063 Things to be seen by the Sea, at Nahant, by Old Ocean's

Gray and Melancholy Waste. Engravings. 8vo, pp.
12. Boston, 1862.

5064 Third Annual Report of the Regents of the Universitv,

on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural His-
tory. Colored Plates. Svo, cloth. Albany, 1850.

5065 Thirty Years in the Arctic Regions, or the Adventures

of Sir John Franklin. Plate. 1 2mo, cloth.

New York, 1859.



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498

5066 Thomes (A. C.) Civilization, and Roman Catholicism.
8vo, pp. 32. Philadelphia, 1851.

5067 Thomas (E. S.) Reminiscences of the Last Sixty-five
_^ Years, commencing with the Battle of Lexington. 2

Vols. 12mo, hoards, ' Hartford, 1840.

5068 Thomas (Gabriel). An Historical and Geographical
Account, of the Province and Country of Pensilvania,
and of West-New-Jersey, in America, the richness of
the soil, etc,, with a Map of both Countries. 1 2mo,
cloth. Scarce. New York, 1 848.

Keprinted in Fac-Simile, from the rare edition of 1698, for Henry Austin
Brady.

5069 Thomas (John W.) An Apology for ''Don Juan," to
which is added a third Canto, including Remarks on the
Times. ' Post 8vo. cloth. London, mdcccl.

5070 Thomas (Marcia A.) Memorials of Marshfield. En-
gravings. Xlnxo, cloth. Boston, 1854.

5071 Thomas (R.) A Pictorial History of the United States
of America. From the Earliest Discoveries, by the
Northmen, in the Tenth Century, to the Present Time.
Illustrated with Two Hundred Engravings. 12mo,
hoards. . Hartford, 1846.

5072 Thomason (D. R.) Fashionable Amusements. 12mo,
hoards, uncut New York, 1831.

5073 Thompson (Andrew.) Sermons on Lifidelity. 16mo,
cloth. Windsor, Yt., 1833.

5074 Thompson (B. F.) History of Long Island, containing
an Account of the Discovery and Settlement, with other
Important and Interesting Matters. Plates. 8vo, clotJi.

New York, 1839.

5075 Thompson (Charles). Evidences in proof of the Book
of Mormon. ^2mo, cloth. Batavia, N. Y., 1841.

5076 Thompson (D P.) An Address before the Vermont
Historical Society. 8vo, pp. 22. Burlington, 1850.



I



499

5077 Thompson (James W.) Sermon at the Re-opening of the

Independent Congregational Church, Salem. 870, pp.
33. Salem, (1856.)

5078 Thompson (John S.) Critical Lectures on Theology,

Demonology, Christology, and Anthropology. 8vo,
hoards, uncut. Scarce. Rochester, N. Y., 1824.

5079 Thompson. The Christian Guide to a Right Understand-

ing of the Sacred Scriptures, designed as a Select Com-
mentary on the Four Evangelists ; with a Brief Memoir
of the Author, and a copious Introduction to the New
Testament. 8vo, boards, uncut. Utica, N. Y., 1826.

5080 Thompson (Joseph P.) The Moral Unity of the Hu-
man Race, with an Appendix, on the Coral Islands.
8vo, pp. 71. New York, 1851.

5081 [Thompson (Mortimer L.)] Nothing to Say. A Slap

at Mobocratic Snobbery, which has "Nothing to do,"
with "Nothing to Wear," by Q. K. Philander Doesticks,
P. B. 16mo, cloth. New York, 1857.

5082 Thompson. The Witches of New York, as encountered

by Q. K. Philander Doesticks, P. B. 12mo, cloth.

New York, 1859.

5083 [Thompson]. Doesticks. What he Says. By Q. K.

Philander Doesticks, P. B. 12mo, cloth.

New York, 1855.

5084 Thompson (William.) The New and Complete Bird-

Fancyer, or Bird-Fancy er's Recreation and Delight.
12mo, pp. 100, uncut. Scarce. London, (s.a.)

5085 Thompson (Zadock). Natural History of Vermont. 8vo,

pp. 32. . Burlington, 1850.

5086 Thompson. History of the State of Vermont. 24mo,
half hound. Burlington, 1850.

5087 Thompson. Lake George, Lake Champlain, Montreal,
and Quebec; pp. 48. Burlington, 1845.

5088 Thomson (Andrew). Sermons, and Sacramental Exhor-

tations. Port. 12 mo, cloth, uncut. Boston, 1832.



500

5089 Thomson (Alex.) The Lives of the Twelve Ceesars.

8vo, calf. London, 1796.

5090 Thomson (Samuel). A Brief Sketch of the Causes and

Treatment of Diseases, Addressed to the People of the
United States. Pointing out to them the Pernieious
Consequences of Using Poisons as Medicine, Such as
Mercury, Arsenic, Nitre, Antimony, and Opium; and
the Advantages of Using such only, as are the produce
of our own Country. Designed as an Introduction to a
full Explanation, to be published hereafter, of the Sys-
tem of Practice discovered by the Author, which has
been secured to him by Patent. 12mo, pp. 36. Rare.

Boston, 182L

5091 Thomson. Learned Quackery Exposed. In the same

Vol. "The Hoop-Pole Band," a Satirical Anti-Masonic
Poem, relating to Morgan, ^yo, half morocco, (s.l.) 1834.
A queer lot of Doggerel, by the author of a new system of Medical Practice.

5092 Thoebuen (Grant). Sketches from the Note Book of

Laurie Todd. Port. 8vo, pp. 30. New York, 1847.

5093 Thoebuen. Notes on Virginia, with a Chapter on Pu-

ritans, Witches and Friends. 8vo, pp. 36.

New York, 1848.

5094 Thoeeau (Henry D.) Walden, or Life in the Woods.

16mo, cloth. Boston, 1854.

5095 Thoenton (Henry). An Inquiry into the Nature and Ef-

fects of the Paper Credit of Great Britain. 8vo, calf.

Philadelphia, 1807.

5096 Thornton (John). Bereaved Parents Consoled. 32mo,
cloth, gilt. London, 1831.

5097 Thornton (J. Wingate). The Landing at Cape Anne,

or the Charter of the First Permanent Colony on the
Territory of the Massachusetts Company, now discov-
ered, and first published from the Original Manuscript,
with an Inquiry into its Authority, and a History of the
Colony. 1624-1628. Facsimile of the Charter. 8vo,
cloth. Boston, 1854.



501

5098 Thoenton. The First Records of Anglo-American

Colonization. 8vo, cloth. Scarce. Boston, 1859.

Edition 250 copies.

5099 Thornton. Colonial Schemes of Popham and Gorges.

8vo, hoards, uncut. Boston, 1863.

5100 Thoughts on the late Transactions respecting the Falk-

land Islands. 8vo, pp. 75. London, 1771.

5101 Thoughts on the Present Relations and Interests of the

United States. 8vo, uncut.

New York. Printed for the Author, 1810.

5102 Three (The) Impostors'. Translated from the French
Edition of the Work, Published at Amsterdam, 1776.
12mo, pp. 84. New York, G. Yale, 1846.

5103 Thurston (Benj.) Four Sermons delivered at North-

Hampton 8vo, pp. 71,M?zc?<^. Portsmouth, N.H. 1791.

5104 Thurston (David). History of Winthrop, from 1764,
to October, 1855. 12mo, cloth. Portland, 1855.

5105 Thwing (P.) Memorial of Mrs. Grace W. Thwing.

12mo, pp. 20. Boston, 1865.

5106 Tidy (Theres) pseudon; Eighteen Maxims, of Neatness

and Order. 16mo, pp. 32. Boston, 1-829.

5107 Times (The). By a Young Bostonian. 8vo, pp. 83.

Boston, 1820.

5108 TiMPSON (Thomas). Female Biography of the New

Testament. 24mo, cloth. London, 1834.

5109 TiNDAL (Matthew). Christianity as old as the Creation.

8vo, sheep. Newburgh, mdccxcvii.

5110 TiNDALL (P. B.) The Mineral Waters of Western Yir-

ginia. 24mo, cloth. Richmond, Ya., 1858.

5111 Tochman(G.) Petition, of the Next of Kin and Heirs-

at-Law of Gen. Thaddeus Kosciusko, December, 1847.
8vo, pp. 44. (s.l.s.a.)

5112 Toland (Mr.) Nazarenus, or Jewish, Gentile and Ma-

hometan Christianity. 8vo. London, 1718.



5113 '"l^LLEN (Chas.) Funeral Oration at the Burial of

Spurzheim. 8vo, pp. 32, uncut. Boston, 1832.

5114 Tom Crib's Memorial to Congress, with a Preface, Notes

and Appendix. By one of the Fancy. 12mo, hoards,
uncut. New York, 1819.

5115 Tomb of Napoleon, and the Hospital of Invalids. 8vo,

pp. 32. Paris.

5116 Tone (W. T. W.) Essay on the Necessity of Improv-

ing our National Forces. 8vo, pp. 113.

New York, 1819.

5117 TooKE (William). Sermons on the Dignity of Man, and

the Value of the Objects principally relating to Human
Happiness. Vol. II. 8vo, calf. Worcester, 1807.

5118 ToPHAM (Edward). The Life of John Elwes, Member

in Three Successive Parliaments for Berkshire. Port.
24mo, half morocco.

Poughkeepsie, Paraclete Potter, 1815.

5119 Total (The) Loss of the American Ship Hercules on

the Coast of Caffraria, with an Accurate Narrative of
the Sufferings and Disasters of the Crew. Plate.
12mo. London, (s.a.)

5120 'Touch (A) at the Times. 24mo. Portland, 1840.

5121 TouNGHOO Women. 8vo, pp. 50. New York, 1860.

5122 Tourist (The), or Pocket Manual for Travellers. Map.

24mo, cloth. New York, 1834.

5123 TousBY (Sinclair). Strikes, their Injurious Effects on

the Working Classes. 8vo, pp. 15. New York, 1860.

5124 Tower (David B.) Algebra. 12viio, hoards.

New York, 1845.

5125 Town (The) and Country Magazine, for the year 1774.

Ports, and Engravings, Amongst others, the Engrav-
ing, America in Flames. 8vo, half bound.

London, 1774.



503

5126 TowNLET (Richard). The Miscellaneous Works of Tim

Bobbin, Esq., containing his Views of the Lancashire
Dialect, with large Additions and Improvements; and a
Glossary. Also his Poem of the Flying Dragon and
the Man of Heaton, together with other Whimsical
Amusements in Prose and Verse. To which is added,
A Life of the Author. Embellished with ten Copper-
plates. 12mo, cloth. London, 1818.

5127 Tow^T^sEND (Benj.) The Complete Seedsman. Show-

ing the Best and Easiest Method, for Raising and Culti-
vating every sort of Seeds belonging to a Kitchen and
Flower Garden, with necessary Instructions for Sowing
of Berries, Mast and Seeds of Evergreens, Forest Trees,
and such as are proper for Improving of Lands. Ru-
bricated title, 8vo, sheep. (s.l.) mdcc.

5128 TowNSEND (Shippie). The Gospel Considered, and the
Manner in which it should be Preached. 8vo, pp. 2 1 ,
uncut. Boston, 1792.

5129 TowNSEND. Gospel News, Peace and Joy. Syo, hoards.

Boston, MDCCxciv.

5130 Tract Magazine. 84 Nos. New York, v.y.

5131 Tracts (183), in Foreign Languages.

5132 Tracy (E. C.) Memoir of the Life of Jeremiah Evarts,

Esq. Port. 8vo, cloth. Boston, 1 845.

5133 Tracy (Joseph). The State of Society in Western Af-

rica. 8vo, pp. 40. Boston, 1845.

5134 Tragedy (A). The Adulateur, as it is now acted in

Upper Servia. 8vo, pp. 32. Boston, 1773.

This pamphlet relates to Revolutionary Affairs in Boston and New Eng-
land. It is very rare.

5135 Train (Geo. F.) An American Merchant in Europe,

Asia, and Australia. 12mo, cloth. New York, 1857.

5136 Traits of the Tea Party, being a Memoir of Geo. R. T.

Hewes, one of the last of its survivors, with a History
of that Transaction, Reminiscences of the Massacre and
the Siege, and other Stories of Olden Times. By a
Bostonian. Port. 24mo, cloth, uncut.

New York, 1835.



504

5137 Teans ACTIONS of Agricultural Societies in Massachusetts,

1849, 1851. 2 Vols. 8vo, uncuL Boston, 1850-52.

5138 TuANSACTiONS of R. I. Society for the Encouragement of

Domestic Industry, 1858. 8vo, pp. 200.

Providence, 1859.

5139 Transactions of the Medical Society of the State of

New York. 5 Vols. 8vo, 3 in doth, 2 in paper.

Albany, 1854-63.

5140 Transactions of the Society for the Promotion of Use-

ful Arts in the State of New York. Yol. III. 8vo,
hoards, uncut. Albany, 1814.

5141 Trastodr (P. E.) Memorial against the Tehuantepec

Eail Road Company of New Orleans. Two Pamphlets,
English and French. 8vo. New Orleans, 1853.

5142 Traveller's Guide to the Hudson River. вЦ† Maps and

Engravings. 8vo, pp. 50. New York, 1857.

5143 Travels into several Remote Nations of the World.

By Lemuel Gulliver. 2 Yols. Calf, gilt.

London, mdcclxxvii.

5144 Travels (The) of Anacharsis in Greece, during the

Middle of tlie Fourth Century before the Christian Era.
Plates. 8vo, half calf . London, 1810.

5145 Travels (The) of James Bruce into Abyssinia, to dis-

cover the Source of the Nile. 12mo, sheep.

Boston, 1798.

5146 Travels of an Irish Gentleman in Search of a Religion.

24mo, cloth. Philadelphia, 1833.

5147 Treaties of Amity and Commerce, and of Alliance Event-

ual and Defensive, between His Most Christian Majesty,
and the Thirteen United States of America. 4to, halj
morocco. Scarce. Philadelphia, mdcclxxviii.

Autograph of Samuel Adams, on title page.

5148 Treatise (A) on the Origin, Progressive Improvement,

and Present State of the Manufacture of Porcelain and
Glass. 12mo, hoards. Philadelphia, 1846.



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5149 Treatise (A) Upon the best Method of Protecting Prop-

erty from Burglars. 16mO; pp. 65.

5150 Treaty between the Queen of Great Britain and the



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