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Clinton, De Witt
Clinton, Dewitt
Clinton, .. (governor)
De Witt Clinton
DeWitt Clinton (Amerikaans politicus (1769-1828))
DeWitt Clinton (amerikai szenátor)
DeWitt Clinton (amerikansk politikar)
DeWitt Clinton (amerikansk politiker)
DeWitt Clinton (politician from the United States)
DeWitt Clinton (politicien américain)
DeWitt Clinton (politico statunitense)
DeWitt Clinton (US-amerikanischer Politiker)
Hibernicus (pseud)
Traveller to his friend in South Carolina
Клинтон, Девитт
דוויט קלינטון
دوایت کلینتون (سیاست‌مدار آمریکایی)
ديويت كلينتون
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Baldwin, Loammi (1780-1838))
De Witt, Simeon (1756-1834))
Hampshire and Hampden Canal Company
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
La Touche, James Digges (b. 1709)
Literary and philosophical society of New York. [from old catalog]
Literary and Philosophical Society of New-York (New York, N.Y.)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
New York (State) Governor (1817-1823 : Clinton) (see also from)
New York (State) Governor (1825-1828 : Clinton) (see also from)
New York (State). Governor (1817-1823 : Clinton)
Paine, Edward (1746-1841)
Wichita State University, May 1972
account of Abimelech Coody and other celebrated writers of New York:, An
address delivered by the Most Worshipful the Hon. DeWitt Clinton, Esq. to the Grand Lodge of the state of New-York at his installation into the office of grand master on the 19th of June, 1806., An
address to the benefactors and friends of the Free School Society of New-York, An : delivered on the opening of that institution, in their new and spacious building, on the eleventh of the twelfth month (December) 1809
Advice to the freeholders of Ireland concerning the present elections.
Am. leaders, 1789-1987, c1987:
Annuaire international pour 1918
canal policy of the state of New-York;, The
Commencement of the Ohio canal, at the Licking Summit, July 4th, 1825.
congratulatory letter to John Murray, Esq; late secretary to the young Pretender, A
Dedication on dedication: or, a second edition of a dedication to his Grace the D- of D-. : Wherein some curious anecdotes are brought to light. ... very necessary to be known at this time.
DeWitt Clinton correspondence
discourse before the American Academy of the Arts, A
discourse delivered at Schenectady, July 22d, A. D. 1823, before the New-York Alpha of the Phi Beta Kappa., A
Early dredging appliances and steam dredges.
English union, is Ireland's ruin! or an address to the Irish nation. By Hibernicus
entrepreneurs, an American adventure. Part 3, Expanding America [VR] 1991, c1986:, The
Epistularum ad Ciceronem reliquiae
Fragments de son oeuvre avec introd. et notes par J. Baudry,....
Freeholder's address to the merchants
History of the Dublin election in the year 1749
Hugo de Groot : Crotius-lyceum. Gravenhage 25 april-16 mai 1955.
humble address of a free-citizen to his brethren, the free-electors and citizens of Dublin., The
Impartial remarks on the present posture of publick affairs]
introductory discourse delivered before the Literary and philosophical society of New York
island of saints, a satire, The ; and other lines for pastime.
letter to E-d S-n P---y, Esq [i.e. Edmond Sexton Pery, aft. Visc. Pery], A : and the rest of the patriot members of the Hon House of Commons; with observations on pensioners. By a lover of his country.
letter to the King, on behalf of the Irish nation with observations on the evil consequences of an union, as destructive of the ballance [sic] of power within the state. By Hibernicus., A
letter to the right honourable Sir John Newport, Bart. M.P. & c. & c. in consequence of his proposition in the House of Commons for the appointment of a Parliamentary Commission to inquire into the abuses in the collection, management and conduct of the revenue in Ireland, A
Letters in answer to charges against the political conduct and religious tenets of the British and Irish Catholics.
Letters of Governor Clinton, and of Colonel L. Baldwin ... improved as evidence before the Joint committee of the legislature of Massachusetts, on the petition of Samuel Hinkley and others, for the extension of the Hampshire and Hampden canal. February, 1828.
life and writings of De Witt Clinton, The
new "Hibernia pacata", The : or, "The message of peace"
New York (State). Governor (1825-1828 : Clinton). Message from his Excellency the Governor. Fellow-citizens of the Senate and of the Assembly, 1825:
Observations on the corn laws
people nearly brought to ruin, by a law, intended to save them from it., The
Practical views and suggestions, on the present condition and permanent improvement of Ireland
Remarks on some maxims peculiar to the ancient, as well as modern inhabitants of Ireland. With a seasonable hint to G---- B---n about the woollen-trade. In a letter from a gentleman in the county of Kerry.
Remarks on the proposed canal, from Lake Erie to the Hudson River.
Second series of the letters of Atticus on the currency, the credit system, and national fiscal agent of the United States
Sky hunting in North Wichita ; poems: 1970-72
Some reasons against raising an army of Roman Catholicks in Ireland In a letter to a Member of Parliament.
Speeches of the Hon. De. Witt Clinton, esq. in the Senate of the United States, in 1803, against a war with Spain.
Traité de la vérité de la religion chrétienne
vindication of Thomas Jefferson against the charges contained in a pamphlet entitled "Serious considerations", &., A
Witt Clinton and the rise of the People's men, De
Thesis (M.A.)--Wichita State University, May 1972