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1 Every one has his fault : a comedy, in five acts : as performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden / by Mrs. Inchbald ; with remarks by the author. Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.
1808  
2 A new, easy, and complete grammar of the Spanish language : a copious vocabulary, dialogues, &c., together with a commercial correspondence, fables, and prose and poetical extracts from the best authors ; which will be found of great utility to learners / compiled and arranged in the most perspicuous manner for the use of the author's commercial and military students by John Emm. Mordente, teacher of the Spanish language. Mordente, John Emm. (John Emmanuel)
1807  
3 Fugues, piano Reicha, Anton, 1770-1836.
1805  
4 The works of Madame Roland, wife of the Minister of the Interior : containing : I. An appeal to impartial posterity ; with her private life, written during her confinement in the prisons of the Abbey and St. Pelagie, in Paris : in four parts. II. Philosophical and literary essays written previously to her marriage : her correspondence and travels. To which are annexed, documents relative to her imprisonment and condemnation / with a preliminary discourse & illustrative notes by L.A. Champagneux ; translated from the French. Roland, Madame, 1754-1793.
1803  
5 Hudibras : in three parts / written in the time of the late wars by Samuel Butler ... ; with large annotations and a preface by Zachary Grey ; in two volumes. Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680.
1801  
6 Hudibras : in three parts / written in the time of the late wars by Samuel Butler ... ; with large annotations and a preface by Zachary Grey ; in two volumes. Butler, Samuel, 1612-1680.
1801  
7 Morsels of criticism : tending to illustrate some few passages in the Holy Scriptures upon the philosophical principles and an enlarged view of things. King, Edward, 1735?-1807.
1800  
8 Original deed of the site of Tufts Universalist College, Boston, Mass. 1800  
9 St. Paul's epistles to the Corinthians / edited by Charles John Ellicott. Bible.
1800  
10 Such things are : a play, in five acts / by Mrs. Inchbald ; as performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden ; printed under the authority of the managers from the prompt book, with remarks by the author. Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.
1800  
11 The revivals of the eighteenth century : particularly at Cambuslang. With three sermons / by the Rev. George Whitefield, taken in short hand. Compiled from original manuscripts and contemporary publications. Issued by the Committee of the General assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, for the publication of the works of Scottish reformers and divines. Macfarlan, D. (Duncan), 1771-1857.
1800  
12 The thousand and one nights, or, The Arabian nights' entertainments / translated from the original arabic and arranged for family reading, with explanatory foot-notes, by Edward William Lane. Arabian nights.
1800  
13 Voyage de Néarque, des bouches de l'Indus jusqu'à l'Euphrate, ou, Journal de l'expédition de la flotte d'Alexandre : rédigé sur le Journal original de Néarque conservé par Arien à l'aide des éclaircissemens puisés dans les écrits et relations des Auteurs, Géographes ou Voyageurs tant anciens que modernes ; et contenant l'Histoire de la première navigation que des Européens aient tentée dans la mer des Indes / traduit de l'anglais de William Vincent par J.B.L.J. Billecocq. Vincent, William, 1739-1815.
1800  
14 Voyage de Néarque, des bouches de l'Indus jusqu'à l'Euphrate, ou, Journal de l'expédition de la flotte d'Alexandre : rédigé sur le Journal original de Néarque conservé par Arien à l'aide des éclaircissemens puisés dans les écrits et relations des Auteurs, Géographes ou Voyageurs tant anciens que modernes ; et contenant l'Histoire de la première navigation que des Européens aient tentée dans la mer des Indes / traduit de l'anglais de William Vincent par J.B.L.J. Billecocq. Vincent, William, 1739-1815.
1800  
15 Voyage de Néarque, des bouches de l'Indus jusqu'à l'Euphrate, ou, Journal de l'expédition de la flotte d'Alexandre : rédigé sur le Journal original de Néarque conservé par Arien à l'aide des éclaircissemens puisés dans les écrits et relations des Auteurs, Géographes ou Voyageurs tant anciens que modernes ; et contenant l'Histoire de la première navigation que des Européens aient tentée dans la mer des Indes / traduit de l'anglais de William Vincent par J.B.L.J. Billecocq. Vincent, William, 1739-1815.
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