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Swords, James
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American Almanac Collection (Library of Congress)
Dunlap, William (1766-1839))
Harrison, Richard
Jay, John (1745-1829))
L'Enfant, Pierre Charles (1754-1825)
Price, Richard (1723-1791))
Rivington, James (1724-1802))
Swords, Thomas (1764-1843))
Tiebout, Cornelius (1777-1832)
Vélez de Guevara, Luis (1579-1644))
address from Robert Goodloe Harper, of South-Carolina, to his constituents, containing his reasons for approving of the treaty of amity, commerce, and navigation, with Great-Britain. To which is added, a letter from Gov. Jay to the author, explaining his sentiments respecting the French Revolution, An
devil upon two sticks, or The crippled devil. In french and english. In two volumes. Vol. I [-II].., The
diable boiteux. En français et en anglais. En deux tomes. Tome premier [- second], Le
life of Dr. Benjamin Franklin. Written by himself, The
narrative of the British embassy to China, in the years 1792, 1793, and 1794 containing the various circumstances of the embassy, with accounts of the customs and manners of the Chinese; and a description of the country, towns, cities, &c. &c. By Aeneas Anderson, then in the service of His Excellency Earl Macartney, K.B. ambassador from the King of Great-Britain to the Emperor of China, A
Observations on the proposed state road, from Hudson's River, near the city of Hudson, to Lake Erie, by the Oleout, Catharine's, Bath, and Gray's settlement, on the western bounds of Steuben County
Pizarro in Peru; or, The death of Rolla. A play, in five acts. From the German of Augustus von Kotzebue. With notes marking the variations from the original
Plan of the city of Washington
Reasons, in support of an opinion offered to the public, respecting the votes of Otsego County, on the 7th of June, 1792
Spanier in Peru.
Swords' pocket almanack, and Christian's calendar, for the year of our Lord ...
To the citizens of Philadelphia The subscribers having, at much expence and trouble, brought the New-York Magazine to a permanent establishment, beg leave to offer it to the patronage of the liberal citizens of Philadelphia, and respectfully solicit their countenance and encouragement in support of it. ... The present number is left for inspection. Should you approve of it, we shall be highly flattered by your patronage, .
young gentleman and lady's assistant containing, I. Geography, II. Natural history, III. Rhetoric, IV. Miscellany. To which is added a short but complete system of practical arithmetic, wherein the money of the United States of America is rendered easy to the perception of youth. The whole divided into small sections, for the convenience of schools. By Donald Fraser, author of the Columbian monitor, The