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Author: Drake, Samuel Gardner, 1798-1875
Title: A memoir of the Rev. Cotton Mather, D. D., with a genealogy of the family of Mather. By Samuel G. Drake.
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The succession of eminent men by the name of Mather, 
through a period of above one hundred years, was enough to 
make that name conspicuous for several ages or generations, after 
those who gave the impression had passed away. The subject of 
this notice, (though by no means the last of the Mathers,) was 
the last of the three great men of the name, who so indelibly 
impressed his fame upon the age in which he lived, that no 
length of time is likely to obliterate it ; and it is worthy of remark, 
that the three Mathers should have followed each other in impor- 
tance in unbroken succession. Not that the successors were better 
men than their predecessor, but there seems to have been an accu- 
mulation of fame attached to each, something in proportion to the 
amount and n umber of their literary productions ; for, while the first 
of the series, the Rev. Richard Mather, published but very few 
works, perhaps not above eight or nine, yet there have not, probably, 
lived in New England to this day, any three men of one name 
and family, who have been authors of an equal number of publi- 
cations. Those of our author alone number three hundred and 
eighty-two}* 

In what we shall have to say in this brief memoir of Dr. Cot- 
ton Mather, it is not proposed to enter at all into an examina- 
tion or exhibition of his religious views and theories ; those can 
be best understood by a perusal of his writings ; while, at the 
same time, we hold it to be our duty to rebuke those, who, we 
conceive, have calumniated him. 

It may be justly said of Cotton Mather, that he was one of 
the most remarkable men of the age in which he lived ; not only 
remarkable on one, but on many accounts ; and for none, perhaps, 
more than for his wonderful precociousness, or the early intuitive- 
ness of his mind. His memory was likewise very extraordinary. 
The acquirement of knowledge seems to have been with him ac- 
complished almost without effort ; and his writings show that 
they were generally drawn from the storehouse of his mind, 
where, from reading and observation, they had been from time to 
time deposited. Authors who write from this source alone, are 



* The figures refer to the notes at the end of the Memoir. 
1* 



4 Memoir of the Rev. Cotton Mather, D.I). 

generally diffuse, and wanting in those very essential and minnte 
particulars, which in these days constitute so important a part of 
every man's writings. His style is very peculiar ; and no one 
who is acquainted with the writings of the " famous Thomas- 
Fuller," can hardly doubt that Cotton Mather attempted to make 
that writers composition a model for his own. Still he falls con- 
siderably short of Fuller in his attempts at witty conceits ; in them 
the latter is always happy, while the former is seldom so. Yet we 
do not hesitate to give it, as our opinion, that a volume might be 
made up from his writings, which would be well entitled " Curi- 
osities and Singularities of Cotton Mather," equal if not superi- 
or in interest to anything of the kind that has ever appeared. 

His ability for acquiring languages has probably been surpass- 
ed by but very i'ew, and he is said to have been master of more 
languages than any other person in New England in his time. — 
Those, especially the Latin, it must be confessed, he made a most 
unreasonable use of, bringing in passages from them at all times, 
as though every body understood them, as well as himself. 

So far as we now remember, Dr. Douglass seems to have been 
the author of the fashion or practice, so much of late years in 
vogue, of reviling Cotton Mather. It has been carried to such an 
extent in some quarters, that any one who presumes to mention 
his name, does it at the peril of coming in for a share of obloquy 
and abuse himself. Some not only charge him with committing 
all sorts of errors and blunders, but they bring against him the 
more serious charge of misrepresenting matters of fact. Now it 
would be well for those who bring those charges, to look well to 
their own works. It may be, if they cannot see anything pe- 
dantic, puerile or false in them themselves, others may come in 
contact with errors even worse than those of stupidity. 

It is not to be denied that the mind of Dr. Mather was 
strangely and wonderfully constituted ; and whoever shall under- 
take an analysis of it, will find a more difficult task, we appre- 
hend, than those have found, who content themselves with nothing 
further than vituperative denunciations upon the fruits of it. We 
owe a vast deal to Cotton Mather ; especially for his historical and 
biographical works. Were these alone to be struck out of existence, 
it would make avoid in these departments of our literature, that 
would probably confound any who aflfecl to look upon them with 
contempt. Even Dr. Douglass, although he has written it down 
for truth, that, to point out all the errors in the Magnalia, would 
be to copy the whole book, is nevertheless, very much indebted 
to him for facts in many parts of the very work in which he has 
made that statement ; hence it would be very bad logic that 
would not charge Dr. Douglass with copying errors into his work, 
knowing them to be errors. It would be very easy for us to point 
to some writers of our own time equally obnoxious to the same 
plain kind of logic. And a late writer of very good standing, has 
with great apparent deliberation said, that, "it is impossible to 
deny, that the reputation of Cotton Mather has declined of late 



Memoir of the Rev. Cotton 3 father, D. D. 5 

years." This, of course, was his belief; but it strikes us as very 
singular, that that same author, should, at the same time, make 
the largest book on the life of a man, in such a state of decline, 
that had hitherto appeared ! But we are under no concern for 
the reputation of Cotton Mather, even in the hands of his ene- 
mies, and we have no intention of setting up a special defence ot 
him or his writings. We are willing the latter should pass for ex- 
actly what they are worth. All we design to do, is to caution those 
a little who need caution, and save them, if we may, from having 
the windows in their own houses broken, by the very missiles 
they themselves have thrown. 

The genealogy subjoined to this notice will give the neces- 
sary statistical facts of births, marriages, &c, in the Mather fam- 
ily, and we shall proceed at once to notice some of the prominent 
events in the life of Cotton, one of its important members. 

Cotton Mather graduated at Harvard College in 1678, being 
then but 16 years of age. At this early period he drew up sys- 
tems of the sciences and wrote remarks upon the books which 
he read. In 1684, at the age of 22, he was ordained minister of 
the North Church in Boston, as colleague with his father. Two 
years after he began his career as an author. His first publica- 
tion was " A Sermon to the Artillery Company in Middlesex. 
From this time to his death, namely, from 1686 to 1727, no year 
passed in which he did not publish something; thus in a period 
of 41 years were produced 283 books and tracts ; giving to each 
year, on an average, nearly seven works. He understood 
one or more of the Indian languages, and published some books 
in one or more of them. He also published some in Spanish, 
and some Latin. 

In 1692, Dr. Mather published his " Wonders of the Invisible 
World." This was his account of the witchcraft cases of that 
time. In this he laid himself open to the charge of credulity, 
which, it cannot be denied, has been pretty well sustained ever 
since. But we arc willing to allow that something more than 
bare credulity possessed his mind in those times ; it would seem 
that he was as much under the influence of witchcraft as any to 
whom that "sect," as Douglass calls it, was imputed. 2 

Many have reproached Doctor Mather, as though he was the 
author 'of that dismal and awful delusion. This is singularly 
unjust. He was himself one of the deluded; and this is the 
only charge that can lie against him relative to it. All the world 
then believed in witchcraft, and people entered into it according 
to their temperament and circumstances. The delusion was not 
a native of New England, but an exotic from the father land ; 
and it had been well if this had been the only one imported 
thence. Even when prosecutions had ceased, there was not a 
cessalioirof a belief in the reality of witchcraft ; its progress was 
stayed from a very different cause, as is now too well known to 
be entered Into or explained. Even to the present day there are 
thousands who believe in its reality; and that belief can only be 



6 Memoir of the Rev. Cotton Mather, D. D. 

extirpated by the progress of genuine knowledge. Within our 
remembrance, we could ride from Boston in a single day, with a 
very moderate horse, into a New England town where The belief 
in witchcraft was very general, and where many an old horse shoe 
could have been seen nailed to half the bedsteads in the town to 
keep away those vile miscreants who came riding through the 
air upon broomsticks, or across the lots upon the back of some 
poor old woman, who perhaps from some malady had not left her 
house for years. How much short of a day's ride by steam or 
otherwise it would now be necessary to take to reach a place 
where the belief existed, we shall not undertake, but leave for 
others to determine. 

Cotton Mather was undoubtedly the most prominent author 
who wrote on witchcraft, and in the full belief of it, in his time, 
in this country; this circumstance accounts for his being singled 
out by " one llobert drfef" who attacked him with some suc- 
cess, in his book which he called " More Wonders of the In- 
visible World," &c, which he published in London, in a quarto 
volume, in the year 1700. In his book, Calef styles himself 
" Merchant, of Boston in Nezo En t iland." Now in the absence of 
proof to the contrary, it may not be unfair to presume, that Calef 
issued his work quite as soon as he dared to, and quite as soon 
as public opinion would tolerate a work which had for its aim a 
deadly blow against a belief in the imaginary crime of witchcraft. 
For we know that as soon as Calef 's book did appear, some of 
Dr. Mather's friends came out with another work against that 
author, from the title of which alone its contents can pretty well 
be judged of. It is "Some few Remarks upon a Scandalous 
Book written by one Robert Calef.'' But this book and its 
authors are alike almost unknown, while Calef occupies a con- 
spicuous place among the benefactors of mankind. 

The foreign correspondence of Dr. Mather was very extensive; 
" so that (says his son) I have known him at one time to have above 
fifty beyond sea." Among his correspondent were many of the 
most learned and famous men in Europe ; as Sir Richard Black- 
more, Mr. Whiston, Dr. Di:sa<. fliers, Mr. Pillionere, Dr. 
Franckius, Wm. Waller, Dr. Chamberlain, Dr. Woodward, 
Dn. Jurin, Dr. Watts, &c., &c. In a letter which he wrote in 
1743. Dr. Watts says, "he had enjoyed a happy correspondence 
with Dr. Cotton Mather, for near twenty years before his death, 
as well as with the Rev. Mr. Samuel Mather, his son, ever since." 

In 1710, came out a book from the pen of our author, which he 
entitled " Bon/facius: An Essay upon the Good to be devised by 
those who would answer the great End of Life." In this work 
are many good maxims and reflexions, but its popularity has prob- 
ably been very much enhanced by what Dr. Franklin has said of it. 
Dr. Mather was well acquainted with Franklin when the latter 
was a young man; and when Franklin was an old man, in the 
year 17S4, in writing to Samuel Mai her, son of our subject, he 
thus alludes to it in his happy style; — ' ; When I was a boy, I met 



Memoir of the Rev. Cotton Blather, D. D. 7 

with a book entitled '■Essays to do Good, 1 which I think was writ- 
ten by your father. It had been so little regarded by a former 
possessor, that several leaves of- it were torn out; but the remain- 
der gave me such a turn of thinking, as to have an influence on 
my conduct through life ; for I have always set a greater value 
on the character of a doer of good than on any other kind of re- 
putation." In the same letter is to be found that often told anec- 
dote of an interview he once had with Doctor Mather. This 
too, that it may lose nothing at our hands, we will give in its 
author's own words. " You mention being in your seventy- 
eighth year; lam in my seventy-ninth ; we are grown old to- 
gether. It is now more than sixty years since I left Boston, but 
I remember well both your father and grandfather ; having heard 
them both in the pulpit, and seen them in their houses. The last 
time I saw your father was in the beginning of 1724, when I 
visited him after my first trip to Pennsylvania. He received me 
in his library, and on my taking leave showed me a shorter way 
out of the house through a narrow passage, which was crossed 
by a beam over head. We were still talking as I withdrew, he 
accompanying me behind, and I turning partly towards him, 
when he said hastily, ' stoop, stoop ! ' I did not understand him, 
till I felt my head hit against the beam. He was a man that 
never missed any occasion of giving instruction, and upon this 
he said to me, '•You are young, and have the world before you; 
stoop as you go through it, and you ivill miss many hard thumps.'' 
This advice, thus beat into my head, has frequently been of use 
to me ; and I often think of it, when I see pride mortified, and 
misfortunes brought upon people by their carrying their heads 
too high." This moral, so essentially good in itself, does not need 
the high recommendation of a Franklin, though but for him, it 
would not, probably, have been brought to the knowledge of every 
youth who has learned, or may yet learn to read. 

It may be too much a custom for us to dwell on the errors 
and misfortunes of people while living ; and to err, on the other 
hand, by making their characters appear too well after they have 
passed away ; especially if they have been sufficiently conspicu- 
ous in life to require a written memorial of them after their 
decease. Though Dr. Cotton Mather had enemies while liv- 
ing, his memory has been pursued with more malignity since 
his death, than has happened to that of most men ; and as we 
conceive, without sufficient reason, and which could only be 
warranted by the most undoubted proofs, that he has purposely 
led us into errors, and that he acted falsely on the most important 
occasions ; and that, finally, he was too bad a man to make any 
acknowledgement of all this, though conscious of it when he took 
his final departure with the messenger of his last summons. 

Nobody will charge the Rev. Thomas Prince with insincerity 
in what he has said of his co-laborers, and he says, " Dr. Cotton 
Mather, though born and constantly residing in this remote cor- 
ner of America, 3 has yet for near these forty years made so rising 



8 Memoir of the. Rev. Cotton Blather, D. D. 

and great a figure in the learned world, as has attracted to him 
while alive, the eyes of many at the furthest distance; and now 
deceased, can't but raise a very general wish to see the series, 
and more especially the domestic part of so distinguished a life 
exhibited. His printed writings so full of piety and various 
erudition, his vast correspondence, and the continual reports of 
travellers who had conversed with him, had spread his reputation 
into other countries. And when, about 14 years ago, I travelled 
abroad, I could not but admire to what extent his fame had 
reached, and how inquisitive were gentlemen of letters to hear and 
know of the most particular and lively manner, both of his pri- 
vate conversation and public performances among us." 

Dr. Colman speaks in the highest terms of Dr. Mather, in his 
Fimeral Sermon. " His printed works," he says, " will not convey 
to posterity, nor give to strangers a just idea of the real worth 
and great learning of the man." To this and a great deal more 
equally commendatory, Mr. Prince subscribes in these words : 
" Every one who intimately knew the Doctor will readily assent 
to this description." 

It would be difficult, perhaps, to produce an example of indus- 
try equal to that of which we are speaking. In on; 1 war, it is 
said he kept sixty fasts and twenty vigils, and published fourteen 
books — all this besides performing his ministerial duties; which 
in those days, were something more than nominal. He kept a 
diary, which has been extensively used by some of his biogra- 
phers, but we have not sought alter it, as it is said to be scattered 
in different places! How this happened we have not been in- 
formed. Notwithstanding he published so many works, he left 
nearly as much unpublished in manUscrrpf : the principal part of 
which is entitled " Biblia Amerieana," of" The Sacred Scriptures 
of the Old and New Testament Illustrated." For the publication 
of this work proposals were issued soon after its author died, but 
nothing further seems to have been done about it. Of the " Bib- 
lia Americana," the Doctor's son remarks, " That is a work, the 
writing of which is enough constantly to employ a man, unless 
he be a miracle of diligence, the half of the three score years 
and ten, the sum of years allowed to us." 

It remains now to mention the book by which Dr. Mather is 
best known, -and which will make his name prominent through 
all coming time — the reader's mind is already in advance of the 
pen — the MA (JXALIA OHRISTI AMERICANA. This was 
printed in London, in 1702, in a moderate sized folio volume, the 
aggregate o\' its pages being 794. It is chiefly a collection of 
what the author had before printed on historical and biographical 
subjects. The value of its contents has been variously esti- 
mated. Some decrying it below any value, while others pro- 
nounce it "the only classic ever written in America." At the 
hazard of incurring the charge of stupidity, we are of the decided 
opinion that it has a value between those extremes. But we 
have sufficiently expressed our mind on the value of the author's 



Memoir of the Rev. Cotton Mather, D. D. 9 

works before. There have been two editions of the " Magna- 
lia ; " the last was printed at Hartford, in two volumes, octavo, 
1820. Unfortunately, this edition was printed from a copy of 
that in folio, which had not the errata, and consequently abounds 
with all the errors contained in the original edition. To those 
who do not understand the matter, this printing an edition of the 
" Magnolia" without correcting its errata, may seem to incur for 
the publisher severe reprehension. But the truth appears to be. 
that the copy used in printing the new edition had not the 
complete errata attached to it; and that, in fact, but very few 
copies of the original edition can be found to which it is attached. 
Now we account for its rarity in this way. Dr. Mather living in 
Boston while his work was printing in London, could make no 
corrections while it was passing through the press ; but when he 
received his copies afterwards, he found so many errors that he 
was induced to print an extra sheet of corrections. This extra 
sheet may not have been struck off until most of the copies of 
the Magnalia which had been sent to New England, were distri- 
buted. Thus we account for the rare occurrence of copies of the 
Magnalia containing the errata ; and hence we think the pub- 
lisher of the last edition should not be too severely censured. 
That our solution is correct, we would mention that out of a 
great many copies of the folio edition imported by ourselves and 
others from England, not one of them contained the errata in 
question. 

On the last page of the Magnalia, the following are the last 
three lines : — " Errata. Reader, Carthagenia was of the mind, 
that unto those three things which the ancients held impossible, 
there should be added this fourth, to find a book printed without 
erratas. It seems the hands of Briareus, and the eyes of Argus 
will not prevent them." And the additional errata of which we 
have been speaking, the author thus prefaces : — " The Holy 
Bible itself, in some of its editions, hath been affronted with scan- 
dalous errors of the press-ivork ; and in one of them, they so 
printed those words, Psalms 119, 161, ' Printers have persecuted 

me,' " &c. 

When the Magnalia was published, Dr. Mather's old school 
master, among others, wrote commendatory poetry upon it, which 
was according to the fashion of the day, inserted in its introduc- 
tory pages. The following brief specimen by Tompson, 4 may 
not be thought inappropriate to be extracted here : — 

"Is the bless'd Mather necromancer turn'd, 
To raise his country's Father's Ashes Urn'cl ? 
Elisha's dust, life to the dead imparts ; 
This prophet by his more familiar arts, 
Unseals our hero's tombs, and gives them air ; 
They rise, they walk, they talk, look wondrous fair ; 
Each of them in an orb of light doth shine, 
In liveries of Glory most divine. 

"When ancient names I in thy pages meet, 
Like gems on Aaron's costly breast-plate set ; 
Methinks Heaven's open, while great saints descend, 
To wreathe the brows, by which their acts were penned." 



10 Memoir of the Rev. Cotton Mather, D. D. 

In the book, which before all others, we should expect to find 
full and ample materials for a genealogy of Dr. Mather's own 
family, a very meager and unsatisfactory account only is to be 
seen ; yet, as deficient and meager as it is, it is of great impor- 
tance, as containing nothing upon the subject but what the author 
did know. We refer to " The Life of the very Reverend 
and Learned Cotton Mather, D. D., and F. R. S.," &c, by his 
son, Samuel Mather, M. A., published the next year after the 
death of the author's father. The sum of what this book con- 
tains on our immediate subject we shall condense into a para- 
graph, as follows : 

After informing us that his father was born on " Thursday, 
Feb. 12, 1662-3, at Boston, in New England," he continues, " I 
have no great disposition to enquire into the remote antiquities of 
his family ; nor, indeed, is it matter of much consequence that in 
our Coat of Arms, we bear Ermine, Or, A Fess, wavy, Azure, 
three Lions rampant ; or ; for a Crest, on a wreath of our Colours 
a Lion Sedant, or on a Trunk of a Tree vert." 5 " His mother 
was Maria, the daughter of the renowned Mr. John Cotton, who 
was a man of very exalted piety and uncommon learning : Out 
of respect to this excellent man, he was called Cotton. His educa- 
tion was at the free school in Boston, under the care, first, of Mr. 
Benjamin Thompson, a man of great learning, last, under the 
famous Mr. Ezekiel Ciieever." At the age of 16 he graduated, 
and when 18£, received the degree of M. A., from the hands of 
his own father, Dr. Increase Mather, who was then President of 
Harvard College. At the age of 24 he was married, and in 1702 
his wife died. In somewhat less than a year he married again ; 
" one of good sense, and blessed with a complete discretion, with 
a very handsome, engaging countenance ; and one honorably de- 
scended and related, 'twas Mrs. Elizabeth Hubbard, who was 
the daughter of Dr. John Clark, who had been a widow lour 
years. He rejoiced in her as having great spoil." By his third 
wife he had no issue. " By the two former wives he had fifteen 
children, only two of which are living; one a daughter by the 
first wife; the other, a son by the second; he is the writer. By 
his first wife he had nine children, of which but four arrived to 
man's or woman's estate. By his second, two children only lived 
to grow up out of six." 

Such is the account of the children of Cotton Mather by one 
of those children ; and although he tells us there were fifteen, from 
his account we can learn the names of five only ; nor have we 
been able, from all other sources to make out the names of but 
thirteen. 

It is said in the " Mather Genealo^v," mentioned in the 
note, 6 that a daughter of Dr. Cotton Mather, named Jerusha, 
married a Smith of Sufiield, Ct., and that she was the grand- 
mother of John Cotton Smith, late Governor of that State ; 
on the authority of Gov. Smith himself. This must be an error, 
if our account of the children be correct, because it is shown that 



Memoir of Rev. Cotton Mather, I).D. 11 

the daughter named Jerusha, died at the age of two and a half 
years, in the year 1713. Mr. Smith says his grand-mother died 
in Sharon, Ct. in 1784, in her 90th year ; hence she was born in 
169-3—4. Now Cotton Mather's Daughter Abigail was born in 
1694 ; therefore, it is plain, we think, that Jerusha Mather, who 
" married a Smith of Suffield," was not a daughter of Cotton, but 
perhaps a daughter of Atlierton Mather, who lived in Suffield, 
and had a daughter Jerusha. Cotton and Atherton were own 
cousins, and a daughter of the latter would be very likely to name 
a son after so distinguished a kinsman as Dr. Mather; for Gov. 
Smith's father was named Cotton Mather Smith. 

Few ministers preached a greater number of Funeral Sermons 
than Dr. Mather; and when he died his cotcmporaries seemed to 
have vied with each other in performing the same office for 
him. Several of their sermons were printed. Some of these 
with their quaint titles are now before us. Foremost among 
them appears that of the excellent Mr. Prince ; he entitled his 
" The Departure of Elijah lamented. — A Sermon occasioned by 
the Great and Publick loss in the Decease of the very Reverend 
and Learned COTTON MATHER, D.D., F. R. S., and Senior 
Pastor of the North Church in Boston. Who left this Life on Feb. 
13th, 1727, 8. The morning after he finished the LXV. year of his 
Age." From 2 Kings II. 12, 13. The imprint of this Sermon is, 
" Boston in New England : Printed for D. Henchman, near the 
Brick Meeting House in Cornhill. MDCCXXVIII." 

The running title of Dr. Colman's Sermon on the same occa- 
sion is, " The Holy walk and Glorious Translation of Blessed 
ENOCH:' His text was Gen. v. 24. It would be difficult to 
find anything of the kind, either before or since, which, in our 
judgment, is superior to this discourse of Dr. Colman ; but valu- 
able as it is, we cannot introduce extracts from it here. His allu- 
sion, however, to the then past and present state of things con- 
nected with his subject, is so happy that we cannot overlook it. 

"Dr. Mather's brethren in the Ministry here," he says, "are 
bereaved and weak with him. God has taken their father as well 
as his, from their heads this day. He was a Pastor in the town 
when the eldest of the present Pastors were but children, and 
long before most of them were born. They are weak indeed 
when he that is now speaking to them is the first in years among 
them, in all respects else (he least," &c. 

The Rev. Josht/a Gee, 6 colleague with Dr. Mather, also 
preached a Funeral Sermon on his departed friend, entitled " Is- 
rael's Mourning Icu-Aaron's Death." In this discourse there is 
the following important note: "Within a few months past, we 
have been called to lament the deaths of two such aged servants 
of the Lord. The Rev. Mr. Samuel Danforth of Taunton, who 
died Nov. 14. And my honored father-in-law, the Rev. Mr. 
Peter Thatcher of Milton, who died Dec. 17, 1727 : while the 
days of mourning were scarce over in this town for my dearly 
beloved friend and brother, the Rev. Mr. William, IValdron, who 
died Sept. 11, 1727." 



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12 Memoir of Rev. Cotton Blather, D.D. 

Dr. Mather's son, " Samuel Mather, M. A., and Chaplain at 
Castle William," also preached a Funeral Sermon on his fath- 
er's death. " The Departure and Character of Elijah considered 
and improved," was its running title. Only about five years 
before, the deceased preached a sermon on the death of his father ; 
in the title-page of which, when printed, instead of the atithor's 
name we read, " By one who, as a Son with a FATHER, served 
with him in the Gospel." 7 

There were other discourses on the occasion of Dr. Mather's 
death, but they are not within our reach ; and if they were we 
have not room even for their titles. 8 

Dr. Mather died intestate, and the order of the Judge of Pro- 
bate for the distribution of his estate is as follows : — " One third to 
his widow, Lydia Mather; two single shares or fourth parts to 
Samuel Mather, Clerk, only surviving son, and one share each to 
the rest of his children, viz : Abigail Willard, deceased, wife of 
Daniel Willard, also deceased, their children and legal represent- 
atives, and Hannah Mather, Spinster." Dated, 25th May, 1730. 

The following items illustrative of the history of the Mather 
family are thought to be of sufficient interest to claim an inser- 
tion here. " Peter Hix of Dorchester and Sarah his wife, 
appointed guardians to Katherine Mather, aged about five years, 
daughter of Joseph Mather, yeoman, late of Dorchester, deceased. 
Dated, 9 May, 1695. Suffolk Wills, Vol. XIII. 299." 

" Petition of Samuel Mather of Boston, Clerk, praying the con- 
sideration of the court for the eminent and signal services of his 
venerable and honored grand-father, with another petition of 
sundry others of the descendants of the petitioner's grandfather." 
Jour. H. R. 20 Dec, 1738. On the 29th Dec. following, " the 
committee reported that, considering the Rev. Dr. Increase 
Mather not only served his particular church faithfully, and the 
college as their President with honor, but the province as an 
agent in procuring the present charter, to the good acceptance of his 
country ; and that his son, the Rev. Dr. Cotton Mather, and grand- 
son, the petitioner, his successor in the same church, and ministry, 
have not behaved themselves unworthy of such an ancestor, and 
have never had one foot of land granted to either of them, as we 
can learn, are therefore of opinion, that, notwithstanding the grat- 
ification of <£200 given him, as is alleged, it may be proper for 
this court to grant a farm of 500 acres, to the heirs of the said 
Dr. Increase Mather, and report accordingly." ib. 

The following year there is this entry upon the Journal: — 
" Petition of the Rev. Mr. Samuel Mather, praying as entered 
the 12th and 20th of Dec. last, and a petition of Maria Fifield, 
Elizabeth Bylcs, and others, heirs of Dr. Increase Mather, praying 
the consideration of the court on account of their father 1 * public 
services." ib. 22 June, 3 739. 

In 1730, a petition, of Richard Mather and sundry other inhab- 
itants of Suffield and Enfield was presented to the General Court 
of Massachusetts, praying for a tract of land on " Houssatunnic 
river," for a township, ib. 1730. 



Memoir of the Rev. Cotton Mather, T).D. 13 

" Atherton Mather of Windsor, Ct, appointed administrator 
on the estate of his sister Katherine, late of Windsor, deceased, 
intestate, spinster, 14 July, 1694. Inventory :.■■■-.■ nted by Ather- 
ton Mather, 19 July, 1694. Real estate in Dorchester to be 
divided between the two surviving brothers and the children of 
her deceased brethren, by her brother Atherton Mather; his eldest 
brother, Samuel, having refused the trust." ib'uf. Wills, vol. 
XIII. 288. 

" We hear from Halifax, that Dr. Thomas Mather lately died 
there of a fever. He was a son of the Rev. Samuel Mather of 
this town, and surgeon of the Provincial Regiment in Nova 
Scotia." — Bost. Ev. Post, 20th Dec, 1762. 

The Portrait of which ours accompanying this article was 
engraved is a beautiful mezzotinto, half size, with the following 
inscription underneath it: 

" Cottonus Matherus S. Theologies Doctor Regiae Societatis 
Londinensis Socius, et Ecclesiae apud Bostonum Nov "'Anglorum 
nuper Propositus. 

iEtatis Suce LXV. MDCCXXVII. 

P. Pelham ad vivum pinxit ab Origin Fecit." 

Although the name of Mather has never been so conspicuous 
in Old as in New England, yet there have probably always exist- 
ed persons of the name in that country of good standing and 
respectability. About the commencement of the present century, 
there were the Rev. William Mather, of Dover, and the Rev. 
John Mather of Beverley in Yorkshire. Portraits of these gentle- 
men have been published, of the former in 1817, and of the latter 
in 1823. How these persons stood related, or to what branch 
of the Mather family they belonged, we are entirely uninformed, 
nor have we attempted any investigations for the family in Eng- 
land, other than we have indicated in this article. 

It may not be improper to remark here, upon the Mather portraits, 
that that of Dr. Increase Mather, in " Palmer's Calamy's Noncon- 
formist's Memorial," is probably a fancy sketch ; as it has no resem- 
blance whatever to the original painting existing in Boston. 
There is a painting of the Rev. Richard Mather, (father of 
Increase) at Worcester, of undoubted authenticity. 

The name Mather is derived from the Saxon math, to mow ; 
mather, a mower ; as mill, miller, &c. The family, at the time 
of emigration to this country, was not entitled to bear coat- 
armor, being yeomen, though of good estate. A branch of the 
family in England has lately had a coat of arms and crest granted 
them, 9 as follows : — 

Arms. — Quarterly Argent and Gules, four scythes counter- 
changed. 10 

Crest. — A demi husbandman habited quarterly, Argent and 
Gules, capped the same, face and hands ppr., holding in the 
dexter hand a horn Or, in the sinister a scythe ppr. — Motto (in 
old English) — Mowe Warilie. 11 



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16 Memoir of the Rev. Cotton Mather, D. D. 

1 Life by his son, who, in another place says, their number is three hundred and eighty- 
three. 

2 In reckoning up the various religions sects in N. England, Douglass puts dowo 
Witchcraft as one of them ! See his Summary. 

8 This and similar expressions are very common in the New England writers of that 
day. They seem peculiarly odd in our times, but by another hundred and fifty years 
they may be viewed as something more than odd. Having a few others at hand, I 
will throw them in here as curiosities of expressions of those days : 

In these goings down of the sun ; Dr. I. Mather, Brief Hist., p. 1. Prince, Pref. 
to Torrefs Elec. Ser. 

Kemote American parts of the Earth ; id. (I. Mather) Praise out of the mouth of Babes* 

This remote Corner of the Earth ; id. Elect. Sermon. 

These dark Territories ; id. Cases of Conscience Concerning Witchcraft, 45. 

These Ends of the Earth ; id. Pref to Boring's Ser. at Bexington, (1718.) 

These Dark Corners of the Earth ; id. Prevalency of Prayer, p. 5. 

In these Ends of the Earth ; Prince, Pref. N. Eng. Psalm Book. 

A desart Wilderness, thousands of leagues by sea ; Johnson Wond. Work. Prov. 

In this Howling Desart ; id. 

Beyond a dreadful and terrible Ocean 900 leagues in length ; id. 

This far remote and vast Wilderness ; id. 

This Western End of the World ; id. 

Here I will close the extracts, not however for want of others. I am also aware that 
modern writers sometimes use similar expressions, when speaking of this country. 
Several instances occur in Trumbull's McFingal. 

4 Printed Thompson in the Magnalia, and also in the Life of Dr. Mather by his son, 
but it is believed that the family of which Benjamin Tompson was a member, wrote 
their name uniformly Tompson. We know his father, the Rev. William Tompson 
of Braintree so spelled his name. 

6 This is exactly as we find it, and it is not deemed necessary'to reduce it to more 
intelligible heraldic language. We would remark in this connection, that the above 
description of the Arms of Mather has scarcely any thing in common with a cut of 
arms given in a " Mather Genealogy," published by Mr. John Mather, of the Con- 
necticut branch of the family in 1848. The author of this work has not committed, 
himself by giving us a description of the Arms he has published. To this publication 
we have been indebted, to some extent, especially in the later generations of the 
Connecticut Mathers. 

6 Who was Joshua Gee, who in 1731, published a third edition of " The Trade and 
Navigation of Great Britain considered :" &c. ? In this work there is much relative 
to the " American Plantations.' 

7 Whoever desires to be further informed respecting the life and character of Dr. 
Cotton Mather, cannot do better, in our opinion, than to read Dr. Eliot's notice of 
him in his New Eng. Biographical Dictionary. For neatness, truthfulness, and ele- 
gance, it is nothing short of the superlative degree. The article in Dr. Allen's Amer. 
Biog. Diet, is also a good and candid one. Of the more recent and labored lives of our 
subject, we have not room to speak. 

8 The writer desires it to be remembered that for several items respecting the chil- 
dren of Dr. Cotton Mather, he is indebted to his ready and accurate friend, N. B. 
Shurtleff, M. D. 

9 The grant, according to Burke (Heraldic Register, 32) bears date 18 Feb., 1847. 
and was " To Thomas Mather of Glyn Abbot, Co. of Flint, and formerly of Liverpool, 
Esq., a magistrate for the Co. of Flint, son and heir of Thomas M. of Mount Pleas- 
ant, Liverpool ; and grand-son of Daniel Mather of Toxteth Park, to be borne by the 
descendants of his late father, and his aunt, Sarah Mather of Toxteth Park, spinster, 
only surviving sister of his late father." Ellis Mather was, (says the foresaid author) 
the first settler in Toxteth, descended from a family long seated in the parish of Rad- 
clifte and its neighborhood. They held Toxteth Park from the time of Elizabeth till 
recently. 

10 Researches of H. G. Somerby, Esq., in England, communicated to the author. 

11 A large number of " miscellaneous items" intended to have been inserted in this 
memoir, having been loaned some time since to a friend, we are obliged to defer ; 
as on application for the same, they could not be found. They were chieflycotem- 
porary matter with our subject, and highly interesting, and may hereafter appear 
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CHANNING, William Ellery. A Discourse 
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CHATEAUBRIAND, F. A. De. Travels in 
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CHAUNCY, Charles. Seasonable Thoughts 
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CHAUNCY, Charles. Twelve Sermons on 

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CLARKE, Samuel F. A Centennial Dis- 
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CLARY, Timothy Farrar. Honorable Old 
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CLEVELAND, Richard J. A Narrative of 
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COBB, Alvan, [Pastor Oh. in West Taunton.) 
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COBBETT, William. Letters on the Late 
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COCKER, Edward. Decimal Arithmetick. 
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COHEN, M. M. [An Officer of the Left Wing ) 
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COOPER, William. The Danger of People's 
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CROSWELL, Joseph. Sketches of the Life, 
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CURTIS, Jonathan. A Sermon delivered be- 
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CUSHING, Caleb. An Oration delivered in 
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American Independence, July 4, 1821. 
Newburyport: 1821. 8°. .25 

CUSHMAN, Henry W. A Historical and f 
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CUTTER, Charles VV. An Oration pro- 
nounced before the Whigs of Portsmouth, 
on the 4th of July, 1834. Portsmouth: 
1834. 8°. .25 

DAGGETT, John. Sketches of the History 
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present time. Dedham : 1834. 8°. .75 

DALRYMPLE, Alexander. An Historical 
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DAMPIER, William. A New Voyage round 
the World, describing particularly the Isth- 
mus of America. . . .the West Indies, Cape 
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South Sea coasts of Chili, Peru and Mexi- 
co; the Isle of Guam, Mindanao. .. .&c. 
New Holland, Sumatra, Nicobar Isles ; the 

Cape of Good Hope, and St. Helena 

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Maps and Draughts. London: 1799. 8°. 
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DANA, Daniel, [D. D.) A Disc. did. in the 
1st Presbyterian Ch. in Newburyport, on 
Tuesday, Nov. 19, 1844, it being the 50th 
of the Author's Ordination. Newburyport: 
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DANA, E. A Description of the Bounty 
Lands in the State of Illinois Cincin- 
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DANA, James, (D. D.) A Serm. preached 

in Cambridge in the Com. of Mass., Jan. 
25, 1792, at the Installation of the Rev. 
Abiel Holmes to the pastoral care of the 
First Church and Society in said town. 
Boston: 1792. 8°. .50 

Dr. Holmes, (tin author of the invaluable American 
Annals, and father of O. W. Holmes, the poet. 

DANA, Richard H. The Idle Man. [In 
four Parts or Numbers.] New York: 1821. 
8°. 1.00 

DANVERS. Account of the Centennial Cel- 
ebration, June IGth, 1852, together with the 
Proceedings of the town in relation to the 
donation of George Peabody, Esq. of Lon- 
don. Boston: 1852. 8°. Plates. 1.00 

DARBY, William. A Geographical De- 
scription of the State of Louisiana. Phila- 
delphia: 181G. 8°. 1.50 



DARBY, William. A Tour from the City 
of New York to Detroit, in the Michigan 

Territory, in 1818 New York: 1819. 

8°. Maps. 1.00 

DARBY, William. Darby's Universal Ga- 
zetteer, or, a New Geographical Diction- 
ary. Philadelphia : 1827. 8°. Colored Map 
of the United Stales. 1.00 

Aulo^iapli. — " Henry II. Fuller " 

DARNELL, Elias. A Journal, containing. . . 
an account of the Hardships, Sufferings, 
Battles, Defeat and Captivity of those heroic 
Kentucky Volunteers and Regulars, com- 
manded by Gen. Winchester, in the years 
1812-13. Philadelphia: 1854. 18°. .25 

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE. A Vindication 
of the Official Conduct of the Trustees of 
Dartmouth College, in answer to " Sketches 
of the History of Dartmouth College.". . . . 
Published by the Trustees. Concord : 1815. 
8°. .50 

DAVENPORT, A. Benedict. A History and 
Genealogy of the Davenport Family, in 
England and America, from A. D. 1086 to 
1850 New York: 1851. 12°. 2.50 

DAVIS, John. An Eulogy on Gen. George 
Washington, pronounced at Boston, on 
Wednesday, Feb. 19th, 1800, before the 
American Academy of Arts and Sciences. 
Boston: 1800. 4°. .75 

[DAVIS, John.] The American Mariners; 
or, the Atlantic Voyage ; a Moral Poem. 
Prefixed is a Vindication of the American 
Character, from the Aspersions of the Quar. 
Reviewers. To which are added, Naval 
Annals. . . . London : [ 1 824 ?] 12°. 1 .00 

DAVIS, Richard Bingham. Poems by, with a 
Sketch of his Life. N. York : 1807. 12°. .75 

DAY, George E. A Genealogical Register 
of the descendants in the male line of Rob- 
ert Day of Hartford, Ct., who died in the 
year 1648. 2d ed. Northampton: 1848. 
8°. 1.00 

DEARBORN, Henry A. S. A Sketch of the 
Life of the Apostle Eliot, prefatory to a 
subscription for erecting a monument to 
his memory.. . .Roxbury : 1850. 8°. With a 
View of the proposed Monument. .25 

DEDHAM. Historical Annals of, from its 
settlement in 1635. to 1847. By Herman 
Mann. Dedham: 1847. 8°. 1.00 

DE FOREST, John W. History of the In- 
dians of Connecticut from the earliest known 
period to 1850.. . .Hartford : 1853. 8°. Map 
and many Engravings. 1.00 

DELANOJ Amasa. A Narrative of Voyages 
and Travels, in the Northern and Southern 
Hemispheres ; comprising three Voyages 
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Ocean and Oriental Islands. Boston: 1817. 
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DELUSION ; or the Witch of New England. 
Boston: 1840. 12°. .50 

DENTON, Daniel. A Brief Description of 
New York, formerly called New Nether- 
lands, with the places thereunto adjoining. 
Likewise a brief Relation of the Customs 
of the Indians there. New edition, with 
Introduction and Notes by Gabriel Furman. 
New York: 1845. 8°. 1.00 

DEPONS, F. A Voyage to the eastern part 
of Terra Firma, or the Spanish Main, in 
South America, during the years 1801-2-3 
and 4.... In 3 volumes. With a large 
map of the country, &c. Translated by an 
American Gentleman. New York: 1806. 
8°. Map wanting. 1.50 

DEWEY, Benoni. A True and Concise Nar- 
rative of the origin and progress of the 
Church Difficulties, in the vicinity of Dart- 
mouth College in Hanover. The same 
being the origin of President Wheelock's 
disaffection to the Trustees and Professors 
of the College, with Documents relative 
thereto. By B. D., James Wheelock, and 
Ben. J. Gilbert, a Coin, of the Congrega- 
tional Church there appointed for the pur- 
pose. Hanover: 18!5. 8°. .75 

DIAZ, Bernal, [Copt del Castillo.) The His- 
tory of the Conquest of Mexico. . . .written 
in the year 1568. Trans, from the original 
Spanish by Maurice Keating, Esq. 2 vols. 
Salem: 1803. 8°. 2.50 

DICKINSON, Jonathan, {A. M.) The True 
Scripture Doctrine concerning some impor- 
tant points of Christian Faith In Five 

Discourses. Preface by Mr. Foxcroft. Bos- 
ton: 1741. 18°. .50 

DICKINSON, Jonathan, {A. M, Elizabeth- 
town, JV. J.) A Vindication of God's Sov- 
ereign Free Grace. In some Remarks upon 
Mr. John Beach's Sermon. . . .with Reflec- 
tions upon Mr. Henry Caner's Sermon,. . . . 
and on a Pamphlet intitled a Letter from 
Aristocles to Anthades. Boston: 1746. 
8°. .50 

DIGGES, Sir Dudley. The Compleate Am- 
bassador ; or two Treaties of the Intended 
Marriage of Queen Elizabeth of Glorious 
Memory ; comprised in Letters of Negotia- 
tion of Sir Francis Walsingham, her Resi- 
dent in France. Together with the An- 
swers of the Lord Burleigh, the Earl of 

Leicester, Sir Tho: Smith, and others 

Faithfully collected by the truly Honorable 
Sir D. D. Kt., late Master of the Rolls. Lon. : 
1655. Folio. Title supplied by MS. 3.00 

DOBBS, Arthur. An Account of the Coun- 
tries adjoining to Hudson's Bay, in the 

North-west part of America With an 

abstract of Capt. Middleton's Journal 

London: 1748. 8°. Fine copy, but without 
Map. 2.50 



DISSENTING GENTLEMAN'S, (The,) 
Answer to the Rev. Mr. White's Three 
Letters ; in which a Separation from the 
Establishment is fully justified ; the charge 

of Schism is refuted and the Church of 

England and the Church of Jesus Christ 

are impartially compared 5th edition. 

Boston: 1748. 8°. .62 

DIXON, George. A Voyage round the World ; 
but more particularly to the North West 
Coast of America: Performed in 1785, 1786, 
1787, and 1788, in the King George and 
Queen Charlotte, Capts. Pollock and Dixon. 
Dedicated by permission to Sir Jos. Banks, 
Bart. The 2d edition. London : 1789. 4°. 
Maps and Plates. 2.50 

DODDRIDGE, Philip, {D. D.) Practical Dis- 
courses on Regeneration. Third edition. 
[Boston?] 175i>. 12°. .50 

Aumgraph. — " Thomas Prentiss. ? ' 

DON QUIXOTE. Trans, by T. Smolletf, 
M. D. Illustrated with copper plates, de- 
signed bv Hayman. 4th edition, corrected. 
Vol. 4. London : 1770. 12°. .75 

Autographs. — " Samuel Gardner. Samuel Swazey,1767. 

G. Stacy, 1779 N. Bridge. Moses Gill" 

DON QUIXOTE. Trans, by T. Smollett, 
M. D. Illustrated with copper plates, de- 
signed by Hayman. 4th edition, corrected. 
Vol. I. London: 1770. 12°. .75 

Auio^rari/is.— u N. Bridge. Moses Gill, bought of N. 

Bridge. 1780 " 

Vol. III. .75 

Auiogrn/ihs.—^ Moses Gill, Jun'r. Samuel Gardner." 

DRAKE, Benjamin. The Life and Adven- 
tures of Black Hawk ; with Sketches of 
Keokuk, the Sack and Fox Indians, and 
the late Black Hawk War. 7th edition, 
improved. Cincinnati: 1844. 12°. .75 

DRAKE, Benjamin. Life of Tecumseh, and 
his Brother, the Prophet; with a Historical 
Sketch of the Shawanoe Indians. Cincin- 
nati: 1856. 12°. Cuts. .75 

DRAKE, Daniel. Natural and Statistical 
View, or Picture of Cincinnati and the 
Miami Country. Illustrated by Maps. With 
an Appendix, containing Observations on 
the late Earthquakes, the Aurora Borealis, 
and South West Wind. Cincinnati: 1815. 
12°. 1.50 

This work has home a hizh reputation from the first. 
The Author died Nov. 5'h, 1852, aged 67- 

DRAKE, S. G. Some Memoirs of the Life 
and Writings of the Rev. Thomas Prince, 
together with a Pedigree of his Family. 
Boston : 1851. 8°. [Reprinted from the 
New England Historical and Genealogical 
Register for 1851.] .50 

DRAKE, Samuel G. Tragedies of the 
Wilderness ; or true and authentic Narra- 
tives of Captives who have been carried 

away by the Indians Boston: 1846. 12°. 

Wood cuts. -75 



26 Bro infield Street, Boston. 



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DRAKE, Samuel G. Biography and History 
of the Indians of North America, from its 
first discovery. Eleventh edition. Boston : 
1851. 8°. Half calf, antique. 5.00 

Of this edition fijiy-six copies only were struck off on 
superfine piper; each of which had 39 steel and copper 
plates, with a printed )i>t of the same 

DRAKE, S G. Principal Events in the Life 
of the Indian Chief Brant. [Prepared for 
the N. E. II. and Gen. Register.] Boston : 
1848. 8°. .25 

DRAKE, S. G. The Checkley Family. [Re- 
printed from the New E. Hist, and Gen. 
Resr. for 1848.] Boston: 1848. 8°. .25 

DRAKE, Samuel G. A Memoir of the Rev. 
Cotton Mather, D. D., with a Genealogy of 
the Family of Mather. Boston: 1851. 8°. 
[Reprinted from the N. E. H. and Gen. 
Register.] .50 

DRAKE, ?. G. Discovery of some materials 
for the Early History of Dorchester, General 
and Particular. [Prepared for the N. E. 
H. and Gen. Reg.] Boston: 1851. 8°. .50 

DRAKE, Sir Francis. The English Hero; 
or, Sir Francis Drake revived. . . . 16th edn. 
Enlarged and reduced into Chapters and 
Contents, by R. B. Lond. : 17G2. 18°. 1.25 

Full bound, green moroc, elegant. A few leaves supplied. 

DKAKE, Sir Francis. The First English 
Circumnavigator. Printed from the Bio- 
graphia Britannica. London: 1828. Folio. 
Fine portrait, and view of the Chair made oid 
of his ship. 2.00 

DUANE, William John. The Law of Na- 
tions, Investigated in a Popular Manner. 
Addressed to the Farmers of the U. States. 
...Philadelphia: 1809. 8°. .50 

DUDLEY, Dean. The Dudley Genealogies 
and Family Records. Boston: 1848. 8°. 
With engravings of Arms and Ruins of 
Dudley Castled 1.00 

DUER, William, {LL. D.) The Life of Wil- 
liam Alexander, Earl of Stirling With 

Selections from his Correspondence. By his 
Grandson, W. D. N. York : 1847. 8°. 1.00 

DUNSTABLE. History of the Old Town of 
Dunstable ; including Nashua, Nashville, 
Hollis, Hudson, Litchfield, and Merrimack, 
N. H. ; Dunstable and Tyngsborough, Ms. 
By Charles J. Fox. Nashua: 1846. 12°. 
Plates. 1.50 

DWIGHT, Theodore. An Oration, delivered 
at New Haven on the 7th of July, A. D. 
1801, before the Society of Cincinnati for 
the State of Connecticut, assembled to cel- 
ebrate the Anniversary of American Inde- 
pendence. Hartford: 1801. 8°. .50 

Brother of President Dwight, and Author of the History 
of the Hartford Convention. 

DWIGHT, Timothy, {Rev., D. D.) A Ser- 
mon preached at the opening of the Theo- 
logical Institution in Andover; and at the 
ord. of Rev. Eliphalet Pearson, LL. D., Sept. 
28,1808. Boston: 1808. 8°. .38 



EARTHQUAKES. A Letter from the Lord 
Bishop of London [Thomas Sherlock,] to the 
Clergy and People of London and West- 
minster ; on occasion of the Earthquakes. 
Boston: 1750. 8°. .50 

Autograph. — l; Allan Meltille, June 26, 1750 " 

EASTMAN, F. S. A History of the State of 
New York, from the first Discovery of the 
Country to the present time.. . .A new edn. 
New York: 18:31. 12°. Plates. 1.00 

EASTMAN, Luke. Masonic Melodies, be- 
ing a Choice Selection. . .Set to Music. . . 
Boston: 1818. 8°. .75 

EATON, William, {Gen.) The Life of the 
Late ; several years an Officer in the U. S. 

Army, Consul at Tunis Brook field : 

1813: 8°. Portrait. 1.00 

EDWARDS, Jonathan, [A. M., late President 
JV. J. College )... .A Sermon preached at 
Northampton, and published at the desire 
of some of the Hearers, in the year 1734. 
Boston. 12°. .50 

EDWARDS, Jonathan. An Account of the 
Life of the Rev. David Brainerd. . . .To 
which is annexed Mr. Brainerd's Journal, 
and Mr. Pemberton's Sermon at. his Ordina- 
tion. Edinburgh: 1765. 8°. 1.00 

EDWARDS, Jonathan. An Account of the 
Life of the Rev. David Brainerd.. . .Chiefly 
from his Diary . . . Worcester : 1793. 8°. 1 .00 

EDWARDS, Justin A Sermon delivered at 
the Installation of Rev. Frederick Freeman 
as Pastor of the 3d Cong. Ch. and Soc. in 
Plymouth, Mass., Nov. 3, 1824. Andover: 
1825. 8°. .25 

EDWARDS, Peter. Candid Reasons for re- 
nouncing the Principles of Antipanlobap- 
tism. Also, an Appendix, containing a 
Short Method with the Baptists. 2d Amer. 
edn. Exeter, N. H. : 1802. 12°. .50 

Another copy. 2d edition. Hartford : 

1803. 8°. .50 

ELTOT, Andrew. A Sermon preached Oct. 
25th, 1759, being a day of Public Thanks- 
giving appointed by authority, for the suc- 
cess of the British arms this year; especial- 
ly in the Reduction of Quebec, the Capital 
of Canada. Boston: 1759. 8°. 1.00 

ELIOT, John, (Minister of the New North 
Church.) A Sermon on the Propriety of 
attending Pub. Wor.. . .Bost.: 1800. 8°. .38 

ELLICOTT, Andrew, the Journal of, for 

determining the Boundary between the 
United States and the possessions of his 

Catholic Majesty in America With six 

Maps. To which is added an Appendix. 
Philad.: 1814. 4°. Slightly imperfect. 2.50 
EMERY, Samuel Hopkins. The Ministry of 
Taunton, with Incidental Notices of other 
Professions. With an Introduction by Hon. 
Francis Baylies. In 2 vols. Boston: 1833. 
12°. Plates. 1.50 



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EMERSON, William. An Histori :al Sketch 
of the First Church in Boston, from its 
formation to the present period. To which 
are added Sermons, one on leaving the Old, 
the other on entering the New House of 
Wort-hip. Boston: 1812. 8°. 1.25 

EMMONS, Nathaniel, [Jl. M.). . . .A Sermon 
preached at the Installation of the Rev. 
Caleb Alexander, to the Pastoral care of 
the Church in Mendon. April 12, 1786. 
Providence: J 786. 8°. .50 

EMMONS, Nathaniel. [A. M.) A Disserta- 
tion on the Scriptural Qualifications for ad- 
mission and access to the Christian Sacra- 
ments. Strictures on Dr. Hemmenway's 
Discourse concerning the Church. Wor- 
cester: 1793. 8°. .38 

EMMONS, Richard, [M. D.) The Fredo- 
niad ; or, Independence Preserved. A 
Poem on the late War of 1812. In 4 vols. 
Boston: 1827. 12°. 1.00 

ENDICOTT, Charles M. Account of Les- 
lie's Retreat at the North Bridge, on Sun 
day, Feb. 26, 1775. Salem: 1856. 8°. .25 

ESSAYS upon. I. The Balance of Power. 
II. The Right of making War. Peace, and 
Alliances. III. Universal Monarchy. To 
which is added, An Appendix.. . .London: 
1701. 8°. 1.00 

ESSEX JUNTO, (The,) and the British Spy; 
or/Treason Detected. Salem: 1812.8°. .50 

EVANS, John. Practical Discourses con- 
cerning the Christian Temper ; being thir- 

ty-eight Sermons 2 vols. London: 

1723. 8°. .75 

Autograph — "Bartholomew Knf.m.\ni> Bought at 
Public AiH-ioii, Boston, Dec 23. 1778 Cost 48s L. Money." 
MS on a fly I, a/. 

EVERETT, Edward. Selections from the 
Works of. With a Sketch of his Life 
Boston: [183!).] 32°. .50 

[EVERETT, Alexander PI.] Europe; or, a 
General Survey of the present situation of 

the Principal Powers 2d edn. London : 

1823. 8°. LOO 

[EVERETT, Alexander H.] The Conduct 
of the Administration. Rep. fr. the Boston 
Daily Advertiser and Patriot. Boston: 
18:32. 8°. .50 

EVERETT, Alexander H. !^e\v Ideas on 
Population ; with Remarks on the Theories 
of Malthusand Godwin. Bos.: 1823. 8°. .75 

FAIRBANKS, Gerry. An Oration pronounc- 
ed July 4, 1821, at the request of the Repub- 
licans of the town of Boston Boston: 

1821. 8°. .25 

FANNING, Edmund. Voyages round the 
World ; with selected sketches of voyages 
to the South Seas, North and South Pacific 
Oceans, China, etc., performed under the 
command and agency of the Author... 
Between the years 1792 and 1832. New 
York: 1833. 8°. Many plates. 1.00 



FALCONER, William. An Universal Dic- 
tionary of the Marine ; or a copious explan- 
ation of the technical terms and phrases 
employed in the construction, equipment, 
furniture, machinery, movements, and mili- 
tary operations of a ship. . . A new edition, 
corrected. London : 1789. 4°. 2.00 

This copy was once the property of the famous revolu- 
tionary naval hero, John Foster Williams, of Boston. 

FELT, Joseph B. Did the First Church of 
Salem originally have a Confession of 
Faith? Boston: 1856. 8°. .25 

FESSENDEN, Thomas, (A. M.) A Theoretic 
Explanation of the Science of Sanctity. . . 
Brattleboro': 1804. L00 

The father of the Author of Terrible Tractoration,&c, &c. 

FIELD, David D.. [Rev.) A History of the 
Town of Pittsfield, in Berkshire County, 
Mass. With a Map of the County. Hart- 
ford : 1844. 8°. .50 

FI ELD, Samuel. Ji true and faithful account 
of the most material circumstances attend- 
ing the mysterious disappearance of Sam'] 
Field and Francis C. Jenkerson, (generally 
believed to have been murdered.) Together 
with an account of the discovery of the 
bodies, as detailed in the examination be- 
fore Justices Aplm, Staples and Patten, of 
Joseph Antoine, Johan F. Wohlfhart and 
Joanna S. Wohlfhart, who were suspected of 
the murder. Providence: 1830. 8°. LOO 

FILLMORE, Asahel Norton. Ecclesiastical 
Polity : its Eorms and Philosophy. Roch- 
ester": 1847. 8°. 1.00 

Cousin of Ex-President Fillmore. See Beg., Vol. XI., p. 144. 

FISKE, Oliver, [Dr.) An Oration, pronounc- 
ed at Worcester, on the Anniversary of 
American Independence; July 4, 1797. 
Worcester: 1797. 4°. .50 

FISHER, George. The American Instruct- 
or ; or Young Mini's Best Companion. Phil- 
adelphia: 1787. 12°. Frontispiece. .75 

FISKE, Nathan, [/). D., of Brookfield, Mass.) 
The Mora] Monitor; Or a Collection of 
Essays on various Subjects. . .2 vols. Wor- 
cester: 1801. 12°. 1.50 

FLECHIER, Esprit. Histoire des Cardinal 
Ximenes. Par Messire E. F. Evique de 
Nismes. Tome Premier. A.Amsterdam: 
1693. 12°. 1.00 

AutugTHqh — "Stephen Boutineau, 1733'' See History 
and Antiquities Boston, 489 

FLINT, Timothy. A sermon, preached May 
11, 1808, at the Ordination of the Reverend 
Ebenezer Hubbard, over the 2d Church and 
Society, in Newbury. Newburyport : 1808, 
8°. " .50 

The Author " Ten Years in the Mississippi Valley," &c. 

FOOT, Joseph I. An Historical Discourse, 
delivered at West Brookfield, Mass., Nov. 
27, 1828, on the day of the annual Thanks- 
giving. With Capt. Thomas Wheeler's 
narrative. . . West Brookfield : 1843. 8°. .50 



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FLINT, Micah P. The Hunter, 
Poems. Boston: 1826. 12°. 

FLINT, Timothy. The Personal 
of James O. I'atte, of Kentucky 
Expedition from St. Louis, throu 
regions between that place and the Pacific 
Ocean. . . .his captivity among the Indians, 
&c... Cincinnati: 1833. 8°. Plates. 2.00 

FORREST, William S. Historical and De- 
scriptive Sketches of Norfolk and Vicinity, 
including Portsmouth and adjacent Coun- 
ties, during a period of 200 years. . . .Phil- 
adelphia: 1853. 8°. 1.50 

FORSTER, John. The Statesmen of the 
Commonwealth of England ; with a Trea- 
tise on the popular progress of English His- 
tory. Edited by J. O. Choules. New York : 
1846. 8°. Portraits. 2.00 

FOSTER, Dan, (A, M.) A Critical and Can- 
did Examination of a late Publication, en- 
titled, The Doctrine 
reconcilable with the 
of God... By Nathan 
Walpole, N. H. : 1803. 8°. .50 

Autograph — Edmund Hai.lett, Hyannas. Bought at 
Wilmington, Del. 

FOSTER, James. The Usefulness, Truth, 
and Excellency of the Christian Revelation 
defended against the Objections contained 
in a late book, intitled Christianity as old as 
the Creation, &c. 2d edition. London : 
1731. 8°. 1.00 

li Johan Chapman, Cant. 1731-2." Ms. on tith page. 
FOWLER, James. A Genealogical Memoir 
of the Descendants of Ambrose Fowler of 
Windsor, and Capt. Win. Fowler of New 
Haven, Ct. Rep. from the N . E. H. & Gen. 
Reg. for July 1857. Boston: 1857. 8° .50 
FOXCROFT, Thomas, [At A. One of the 
Pastors of the Old Church in Boston.) Hu- 
milis Confessio . . . . A Sermon preached, 
(Summarily) at the Tuesday Evening Lec- 
ture in Brattle St., Boston, Jan. 30, 1749-50 
....In opposition to Popish Abuses and 
Calumny. Boston: 1750. 8°.  .03 

Autograph—" Bartholomew Kneeland." 
FRAMINGHAM. A History of Framing- 
ham, Mass., including the Plantation, from 
1640 to the present time, With an Appen- 
dix containing a notice of Sudbury. Also 
a Register of the Inhabitants of Framing- 
ham before 1800. By William Barry. Bos- 
ton: 1847. 8°. 1.50 
FREEMAN, James. Sermons on Particular 
Occasions. Boston: 1812. 8°. 1.00 
FREEMAN, Samuel, (Esq.) The Probate 
Auxiliary.. Portland, Mass: 1793. 12° .50 

Autograph — "J. Lowell." 

FRENCH, Jonathan. A Sermon, preached 
before His Excellency Samuel Adams, Esq., 
Governor : His Honor Moses Gill, Esq., 
Lieut. Gov., [&c.,] of Mass., May 25, 1796. 
Being the day of General Election. Bos- 
ton: 1796. 8°. .38 



FRENEAU. Philip. Poems, written and pub- 
lished during the American Revolutionary 
War Third edition, in 2 vols. Phila- 
delphia: 1809. 12°. 2.50 

FREZIER, M. Relation du Voyage de la 
Mer du Sud, aux Cotes du Cliily et du Pe- 
rou, fait pendant les annees 1712, 1713, 
1714. Dediee a S. A. R. Monseigneur le 

Due D'Orleans, Regent du Royaume 

Ouvraf e enrichi de quantite de Planches 
en Taille-douce. Pans : 1732. 4°. 3.00 

[Same, translated into English, but the 

title varies from that.] Illustrated with 37 
Copper Cutts of the Coasts, Harbours, Cities, 
Plants, and other Curiosities : Printed from 
the Author's original Plates inserted in the 
Paris edition. With a Postscript by Dr. Ed- 
mund Halley. London ; 1717. 4°. 3.00 

A very important work on the Pacific r oa?t of America. 

FOLLEN, Eliza L. Life in the Sick Room. 
Essays, by Harriet Martineau. With an 
Introduction to the American edition. Bos- 
ton : 1844. 12°. .50 

Autograph — " To Mary L. Greenwood, from her friend, 
Miss Lucy J. Parsons, May 22, 1S44." 

FRISBIE, Levi, (A. M. Rev.) A Discourse, 
before the Society for Propagating the Gos- 
pel among the Indians, and others, in North 
America. Delivered on the 1st Nov. 1804. 
Charlestown: 1804. 8°. .50 

FROTHINGHAM, Richard. Hist. Charles- 
town, Mass. Nos. 1 to 7, inclusive. Bos- 
ton, 1847. 8°. 1.75 

GAELIC SOCIETY. Transactions of the, 
of Dublin, established for the investigation 
and revival of Ancient Irish Literature. . . . 
Vol. I. Dublin: 1808. 8°. 1.00 

GANNETT, Ezra Stiles. A Discourse de- 
livered at the Ordination of Rev. Andrew 
P. Peabody, over the South Church and 
Society, at Portsmouth, N. H, as colleague 
Pastor with Rev. Nathan Parker. D. D., 
Oct. 24, 1833. Portsmouth: 1833. 8°. .38 

GARDINER, Henry, [Capt.) The Anglo- 
American, or Memoirs of. Liverpool: 1813. 

1.00 

GARDINER, J. S. 3., [A.M.) A Sermon, 
delivered at Trinity Church, Sept. 22nd, 
1809, before the Members of the Boston 
Female Asylum, being their 9th Anniver- 
sary. Boston: 1809. 8°. .25 

A Sermon, preached at Trinity Church, 

before the Trustees of the Society of Do- 
nations, and the Episcopal Convention of 
the State of Mass. May 25, 1813. Boston : 
1813. 8°. .25 

GIBSON, Edmund. The Bishop of London's 



Third Pastoral Letter to the People of his 
Diocese ; particularly, to those of the great 
Cities of London and Westminster, occa- 
sioned by the Suggestions of Infidels against 
the Writings of the New Testament. 2d 



edition. London: 1731. 8 C 



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GILLIES, John. Historical Collections re- 
lating to Remarkable Periods of the Suc- 
cess of the Gospel.... In 2 vols. Glas- 
gow: 1744. 8°. Vol.11, [which relates to 
America. The First does not.] 1.50 

Autographs.— " Thos. Adams, 1780" " S. G. Drake, 

1840." 

GILMAN, Caroline. Letters of Eliza Wil- 
kinson, during the Invasion of Charleston, 
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HAWES, Joel. Lectures addressed to the 
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[HE WATT, Alexander.] An Historical Ac- 
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of Barbadoes. To which is added a Treat- 
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John Horiwell." 

HODGES, Almon D. Genealogical Record 
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HODGSON, Adam. Remarks during a Jour- 
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the principal Missionary Stations, &c. Also 
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comparative expense of Free and Slave 
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by Samuel Whiting. New York: 1823. 

UO 1 Q(j 

HOLMES, Abiel, [D. D.) The Life of Ezra 

Stiles, D.D., LL. D Boston: 1798. 

8°. 1.50 

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A Disc, on the Valid, of Presbyter. 



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John Bartlett to the Past. Care of the 2d 
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HOLYOKE, Edward. The Duty of Minis- 
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the Convention of Ministers of the Province 
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Thursday, May 28, 1741. Boston: 1741. 
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HOMER. Homeri Ulias Greece et Latine, 
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die in their Sins.. . .Newport, R. I.: 1783. 

8°. .50 

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HOLYOKE, Samuel, {A.M.) The Colum- 
bian Repository of Sacred Harmony. Se- 
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thors, with many new Tunes not before 
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tres in Tate and Brady's and Dr. Belk- 
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From the Music-press of Henry Ranlet, 
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471. Subscribers' names, 1 p. Introduction, 
pp. xxiv. Autograph of Pliny Cutler. [No 
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will be answered " 

HOPKINS, Mark, (D.D.) A Sermon deld. 
at Pittsfield, Aug. 22, 1844, on the occasion 
of the Berkshire Jubilee. Alb.: J845. 8°. .38 

HOTCHKIN, James H. {Rev.) A History 
of the Purchase and Settlement of Western 
New York, and of the Rise, Progress, and 
present State of the Presbyterian Church. 
....New York: 1848. 8°. 1.50 

HOUSE OF MOURNING, A friendly Visit 
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Eccl. vii. 14. Fourth edition. Charlestown 
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kiud, and make a preseut of the same to each one who 
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HOWE, Sereno, (Rev.) View of'Zion. A 
Serm. on the last Sab. of his Pastoral Con- 
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ham, Ms. Boston: 1850. 8°. .25 

HOYT, David W. A Genealogical Hist, of 
John Hoyt of Salisbury, and David Hoyt of 
Deerfield (Mass.), and their Descendants; 
with some account of the earlier Connecti- 
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1857.8°. Two portraits. 150 

HUBBARD. William, {A.M.) A Narrative 
of the Indian Wars in New England, from 
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to the year 1677 Worcester: 1801. 12°. 

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. A General History of New Eng- 
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William Thaddeus Harris.] Boston: 1848. 
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HUDIBRAS With large Annotations and 

a Preface by Zachary Grey, LL. D 

Vol.11. London: 1744. 1.00 

Autograph— " Ezskul SAVA««." 



HUDSON, Charles. Doubts concerning the 
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HULL, William, (Gen.) Memoirs of the 
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Clarke. New York : 1848. 8°. 1.50 

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HUMPHREYS, David. The Miscellaneous 
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HUNTER, John D. Manners and Customs 
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HUNTER, Joseph. Collections concerning 
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IRVING, John T., Jr. Indian Sketches, taken 
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IRVING, Washington. History of the Life 

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IZARD, Ralph. [Mr.) Correspondence of R. 
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JACKSON, James, Jr. (M. D.) Memoir of, 
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JANEWAY, James. A seasonable and ear- 
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, (D. D.) A Sermon in St. Paul's 

Ch., Dedham, Wednesday, June 20, 1821, 
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JENKINS, John. The Art of Writing re- 
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A Serm. did. bef. the N. York Missionary 
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MACKINTOSH, Duncan. Essai Raisonne 
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M ACKLELLAN, Isaac, Jr. The Fall of the 
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MACKCOY, Isaac. History of the Baptist 
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MACKCRIE, Thomas. The Life of John 
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MALDEN. Bicentennial Book of Maiden. 
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MANN, Horace. Reply to the " Remarks " 
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MAAN, Cyrus, {A.M.)... A Serin, did. at 
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MANN, Herman. Historical Annals of Ded- 
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MANN, James, {M. D , A.A.S.) Medical 
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MANSFIELD, Edward D., (LL.D) Me- 
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MARCH, Daniel. Yankee Land and the 
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MARTIN EAU, Harriet. Society in Amer- 
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MASONIC. Catalogue of Books on the Ma- 
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MASSACHUSETTS BAY. Journal of the 
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MATHER, Increase. A Essay for the Re- 
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MAYHEW, Experience. Grace Defended, 
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MEASE, James. Letters from, transmitting 
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MILTIMORE, William.. . .A Serm. preached 
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MIRANDA, Don Francisco. The History 
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MONROE, James. A View of the Conduct 
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Philadelphia: 1797. 8°. 2.00 

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MORELL, John Reynell. Algeria: the To- 
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MORSE, Abner. A Genealogical Register 
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NEW HAMPSHIRE CHURCHES, The. 
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verted Indians of New England, declaring 
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them London: 1676. Boston, N. E. : 

1850. 4°. .50 

NEW TESTAMENT, The... in Sgau Ka- 
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NEWTON. A History of the Early Settle- 
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By Francis Jackson of Boston, a native of 
Newton. Boston: 1854. 12°. Maps. 1.50 

NEWTON, Isaac. Arithmetique universelle 
de Newton, traduite du Latin en Francais ; 
avec des Notes explicatives, par Noel Beau- 
deaux. A Paris : An X.— 1802. 4°. 3.00 

NEWTOWN. The Annals of, in Queen's 
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its first Settlement.. .New York : 1852. 8°. 
Maps and plates. 2.00 

NEW YORK. Documentary History of the 
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NORWAY. The History of Norway, [Ox- 
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NOVANGLUS AND MASSACHUSET- 
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SAUNDERS, Daniel, Jr. Journal of the 
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SCOTT, Jonathan. The conquest of the last 
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SCR ANTON, Erastus. A Genealogical 
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SEA MEM, Valentine. A Dissertation on 
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SEARS, Edmund H. Pictures of the Olden 
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SEARS, Robert. Two Hundred Pictorial 

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SEVVALL, Joseph, [M.A.) The Duty of a 
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1762. Before the Great and General Court 
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SHATTUCK, L. History of the Town of 
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SHEPARD, Thomas. The Works of, first 
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[SIGOURNEY, Lydia H.] Traits of the 
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SIMONDS, Thomas C. History of South 
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SINGLETON, Arthur. [Henry C. Knight.] 
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SIX MONTHS IN A CONVENT. An 
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SLATOR, Lionel. Instructions for the Cul- 
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SMALLEY, John. (D. D.) Sermons on a 
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SMITH, Arnasa. (Major of Artillery in the 
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SMITH, Archibald. Peru as it is : A Resi- 
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SMITH, Ethan, (A. M.) A Dissertation on 
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SMITH, Ethan. A Lecture on Infant Bap- 
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SMITH, Ethan, [Pastor of a Church in Poult- 
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An Introduction to Physiological and Sys- 
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SMITH, Jerome V. C. Turkey and the 
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THAYER, John, [Catholic Missioner, Rev.) 
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Prayer throughout the United States 

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THAYER, Nathaniel. A Sermon at the In- 
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THAYER, Nathaniel, D. D. The Good Man. 
A Sermon at Harvard, Feb. 16, 1820, at the 
Funeral of Henry Bromfield, Esq., who died 
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Andover: 1820. pp. 16. .38 

THELLER, E. A. (Brig. Gen. in the Cana- 
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THEOLOGICAL MAGAZINE, (The,) or 
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THEORY OF AGREEABLE SENSA- 
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THERON AND ASPASIO, a Defence of, 
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THACHER, Peter, (D. D.) A Sermon, June 

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interment of His Excellency Increase Sum- 
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Boston: 8°. pp. 18. .38 

THACHER, Peter O. A Charge to the Grand 

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opening of the Municipal Court of the City 
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THINGS AS THEY ARE: or, Notes of 
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THOMAS, Ebenezer S. Reminiscences of 
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THOMAS, Gabriel. An Historical and Geo- 
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upon George Keith's New Religion, in his 
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With a Map of both Countries. London : 
1698. 1.50 

A copy of the fac-simile edition by Henry Austin Brady, 
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THOMAS, Isaiah. An Account of the 
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. Communication from the President 

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THOMAS, Marcia A. Memorials of Marsh- 
field and Guide Book to its Localities at 
Green Harbor. Boston: 1854. 12°. Plates. 

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THOMPSON, Benj. F. History of Long 
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. Same, greatly enlarged. 2 vols. 

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THOMPSON, John Samuel. The Christian 
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Utica, N. Y. : 1826. 8°. .75 

THOMPSON, Pishey. The History and An- 
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THOMPSON, Zadock, A. B. A Gazetteer 
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THORBURN, Grant, [Seedsman.) Men and 
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. Rejoice with Trembling: a Dis- 
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WORCESTER, Samuel. Facts and Docu- 
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BOYD, William. An Oration on the Death 
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BOYLE, Isaac. Apostolic Origin of Episco- 
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BOYLSTON, Ward Nicholas. The Will of 
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CARY, Thomas G. An Oration, July 4, 1847, 
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CARY, Virginia, {Mrs.) Letters on Female 
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CHANNING, Edward T. Inaugural Dis- 
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CHANNING, Win. E. Remarks on the Rev. 
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the " Review of American Unitarianism," 
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1815. pp.39. .38 

. A Sermon at the Ordination of John 

Emery Abbot to the North Church in Sa- 
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Review of " Letters to, containing 



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Dudleian Lecture, March 14, 1821. Bos- 
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[ .] Observations occasioned by the 

Remarks, on the Character of Napoleon 
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the South Congregational Society in Boston, 
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The Future Life. A Sermon on 



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The Ministry for the Poor. A Dis 



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. A Sermon at the Ordination of the 

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Rev. Noah Worcester, D. D., in a Discourse 
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8°. pp.28. .25 

CHAPIN, Seth, {A. M.) Duty and Depen- 
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CHAUNCY, Charles, {D. D.) Enthusiasm 
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the Death of the Rev. Dr. Jona. Mayhew, 
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CHECKLEY, Samuel, [A.M.) Little Children 
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that most easy and accurate method, wherein 
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CHEEVER, George B. The Course and 
System of Unitarians plainly and solemnly 
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CHILDE, E. V. Researches respecting 
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COLBURN, Samuel W. The purifying In- 
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COLMAN, Benjamin, {D. D.) The Great 
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COLMAN, Henry. A Discourse in the Chapel 
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. A Sermon in Hingham and Quincy, 

20 Aug. 1812, the day of the National Fast 
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COLMAN Henry. Sermons on various Occ- 
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. Agricultural Address delivered at 

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Boston: 1840. 8°. pp.72. .50 

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COr GREG ATIONALIST, Letter from a, to 
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CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS. An 
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CONGRESS. Extracts from the Votes and 
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COOK, Zebedee, Jr. An Address before the 
Massachusetts Horticultural Society in com- 
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COOKE, Parsons, (Rev.) A Reply to a Let- 
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COOPER, Samuel, (D. D.) A Discourse . . . 
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COUTHOUY, Joseph P. Remarks upon the 
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coast of South America. Boston: 1842. 
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CRITO'S Letters, to the Electors of the 
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CUSHING, Caleb. The claims of the United 
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. . A Eulogy on John Adams and 

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CUSHING, Abel. Historical Letters on the 
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CUSHMAN, Robert. The Sin and Danger 
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CUSTIS, George Washington Park. An 
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Sept. 1, 1812. Boston: 1812. 8°. .38 

CUTLER, Samuel. The Origin, Progress, 
and Present Condition of St. Andrew's 
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[DAGGETT, John {Esq.)] Remarks and 
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DAMON, David, [A. M., Min. Ch. Lunen- 
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DORCHESTER. Proceedings of the Sec- 
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DOUGLASS, William, [M. D.) A Summa- 
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commemoration of the Settlement of that 
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event Concord: 1839. 8°. pp.44. .38 

DOW, Moses, (A. M.) A Sermon preached 
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G.Britain Salem: 1813. 8°. pp. 16. .25 

DRAKE, Daniel, (M. D.) An Introductory 
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of the Medical College of Ohio Nov. 5, 

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[DUDLEY, Paul, {Esq.)] An Essay on the 
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Rev. xviii. 13. With an application thereof 
to the Church of Rome. To which is ad- 
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11, 12, with an occasional Meditation on 
I. Sam. xxiii. II, 12. By a Gentleman. 
Boston: 1731. 4°. pp.G3. 2.50 

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DUPONCEAU, Peter Stephen, (Esq.) Pro- 
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the 24th of Oct. 1682, being the 142d anni- 
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DWIGHT, Sereno Edwards. The Greek 
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Church, April 14, 1824. Boston : 8°. pp. 
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DWIGHT, Timothy, (Rev., D. D.) The Na- 
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EASTBURN, Manton, (Rev., D. D.) A Ser- 
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EASTON, John, (of Rhode Island.) A Nar- 
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ECKLEY, Joseph, (D. D.) A Discourse be- 
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EBERLE, Frederick. Trial of F. E. and 
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illegally conspiring together by all means 
lawful and unlawful, " with their bodies 
and lives," to prevent the introduction of 
the English Language into the service of 

St. Michael's and Zion's Churches in 

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EDWARDS, Jonathan, {Rev.) A Faithful 
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EMERSON, Ralph Waldo. An Address be- 
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War with France. From the 24th London 
edition. Boston: [1797.] 8°. pp. 100. .75 

Autograph — '■ Geo. Blake, June, 1797." 

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Commonwealth of Massachusetts, by its 
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EVERETT, Edward. An Oration, delivered 
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EMMONS, Nathaniel, D. D. A Discourse 

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March 9, 1826, to amend the Constitution. 
Boston : 1826. 8°. pp 38. .38 

An Oration at Cambridge, on the 50th 



anniversary of the Declaration of Indepen- 
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An Address at Charlcstown, August 



1, 1826, in Commemoration of John Adams 
and Thomas Jefferson. Boston: 1826. 8°. 
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Speech on the subject of Retrench 



ment. In the House of Reps, of the U. S., 
Feb. 1, 1828. 8°. pp. 31. .38 

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52d anniversary of the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence .... Charlestown : 1828. 8°. pp. 
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Speech on the Bill for Removing the 



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Mississippi, delivered in the House of Reps. 
19 May, 1830. Bost.: 1830. 8°. pp.46. .50 

Autograph— u II. H. Fuller, Esq., with the bist respecta 
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Speech on the proposed adjustment of 



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U. S., 25 June, 1832. Washington : 8°. 
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An Address as the Introduction to the 



Franklin Lectures in Boston, 14 Nov. 1831. 
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Remarks on the French Question, in 



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majority and minority .... Boston : 1835. 
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EVERETT, Edward. Address of His Ex- 
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ment, for the year commencing January 3, 
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Hon. Edward Everett, LL.D., as President 
of the University at Cambridge, 30 April, 
1846. Boston: 1846. 8°. pp.66. .50 

A Eulogy on the Life and Character 

of John Quincy Adams, delivered at the 
request of the Legislature of Massachusetts 
in Faneuil Hall. 25 April, 1848. Boston: 
1848. 8°. pp. 71. .50 

— Greek Grammar, translated from the 

German of Philip Buttmann. Boston : 1822. 
8°. 1.50 

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Speech at the Dinne r given in honor 

of George Peabody, Esq., of London, by the 
Citizens of the Old Town of Danvers [Ms.], 
Oct. 9, 1856. Boston: 1857. 8°. .25 

An Address delivered at Lexington, 

on the 19th (20th) April, 1835. Charles- 
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- A Letter to John Lowell, Esq., in re- 



ply to a publication entitled Remarks on a 
pamphlet, printed by the Professors and 
Tutors of Harvard University, touching 
their right to the Executive Government of 
that Seminary. Boston: 1824. 8°. pp. 
102. .63 

- and Winthrop, Robert C. Transac- 



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men and Manufacturers .... including the 
Speeches of E. and W. [Boston.] 1852. 8°. 
pp. 57. .25 

EXETER. Review of the Result of an Ec- 
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N. H., Aug. 31 1842. Exeter : 1842. 

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EXPERIENCE, Old, (Pseud.) The final 
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Present Day, impartially considered. Bos- 
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FAIRBANKS, Gerry. An Oration, 4th 
July, 1821, at the request of the Republi- 
cans of the town of Boston Boston : 

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FAIRBANKS, John. An Address delivered 
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2d triennial celebration of their public fes- 
tival. Boston: 1812. 8°. .50 

Autograph—" Thomas Barrt." Father of the Historian 
of Massaahusetts, &c. 



FAIRCHILD, Joy H. The South Boston 
Unitarian Ordination. Boston: 1841. 8°. 
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, {Rev.) Iniquity Unfolded.— An Ac- 



count of the Treatment of Mr. F. by the 
Deacons in S. Boston, and others. Written 
by himself. Exeter: 1844. 8°. pp.84. .38 
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FARMER, John, [The Genealogist.] An 
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FIDFADDY, Fred. Augustus, (Esq.) {Pseud) 
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FISHER, Nathaniel, {A. M.) A Sermon at 
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FOLLEN, Eliza L. Life in the Sick-Room, 
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FOLSOM, Nathaniel S. {Rev.) The Scrip- 
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than one tbousand characters. Boston : 
1851. 8°. 1.00 

FORMA N, J. G {Pastor Univ. Church, Dover, 

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FOSDICK, David, Jr. Scriptural Temper- 
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FOSTER, Festus, {A. M.) An Oration at 
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FOSTER, John, (A. M) A Sermon preached 
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FOX, Thomas 3. Need of the Sanctuary in 
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the Indiana Street Congregational Church, 
12 Dec. 1847. Boston: 1847. 8°. .20 

FOXCROF T, Thomas, {M. A.) The Char- 
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and apply'd — in a Sermon after the Funeral 
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Boston, N. E., May 25th, 1723. Being a 
Widow of great age. Boston: 1733. 12°. 
pp. 62. Title and last leaf gone. .50 

FRANCIS, Convers, {Rev.) A Sermon at the 
Ordination of the Rev. Oliver Stearns . . . 
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Northampton, Nov. 9, 1831. Northampton: 
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FREEMAN, F. {Pastor 3d Ch. in Plymouth.) 

A Discourse at Hanson [Ms.] on the 

4th of July, 1832. Plym'h : 1832. 8°. .25 

FROST, Barzillai, {Rev.) A Sermon at the 
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FRISBIE, Levi, {A.M.) The Nature and 
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FURNESS, William H., {Pastor Unit. Socie- 
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GALLATIN, Albert. Peace with Mexico. 
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GANNETT, Ezra S. The Arrival of the 

Britannia A Sermon in the Federal 

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Boston: 8°. pp.23. .25 

The Object, Subjects and Methods of 

the Ministry at Large A Discourse 

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GARDINER, John Sylvester J., {A. M.) A 
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Parker, D. D Boston: 1804. 8°. .38 

A Sermon at Trinity Church, in Bos- 
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A Sermon delivered at Trinity Church, 

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-, {Rev.) A Sermon at Trinity Church, 



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GAULT, William. Boston Gas Light Com- 
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GAY, Ebenezer, {A. M.) Thanksgiving Ser- 
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GERRISH, Andrew, {Physician.) A Synop- 
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Boston: 1841. 12°. pp.208. .38 

GILMAN, Samuel. A Sermon on the Intro- 
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Boston : 1828. 12°. .25 

GORDON, William. The separation of the 
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The first Fourth of July Discourse commemorative of 
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GOODRICH, Charles A. {Rev.) Origin and 
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GRAY, Francis C. Letter to Gov. Lincoln, 
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HAMILTON, Alexander. Report on the 
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HARRIS, J. Morrison. Discourse on the 
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HARRIS, Thomas, [M. D.) The Life and 
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HARRIS, Walter, {A. M.) A Discourse at 
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8°. pp. 18. .25 

HARRISON, William Henry. Sketch of 
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HARVARD COLLEGE. Documents relat- 
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Report of a Committee of the Over- 
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Proceedings of the Overseers of, the 



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Boston: 8°. pp.67. .50 

A Memorial concerning the recent 



History and the Constitutional Rights and 
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1851. Cambridge: 1851. 8°. pp.56. .50 

HASTYPUDDING CLUB. A Catalogue 
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Instituted 1795. Cambridge: 1829. 8°. 
pp. 13. .25 

HAVEN, Samuel, {D. D.) The Validity of 

Presbyterian Ordination Illustrated in a 

Discourse at the Dudleian Lecture of Har- 
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HAVEN, Samuel F. An Historical Address 
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town. Dedham: 1837. 8°. pp.79. .75 

HAVEN GENEALOGY. By Josiah Ad- 
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HAWES, Joel, (D. D.) "A Looking-glass 
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of the female character. An Address at 
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12°. pp.28. .15 

HAWES, Elizabeth, Mrs. The Harp of 
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HAWLEY, William, {Rev.) A Letter to the 

Right Rev. James Kemp, D.D Bishop 

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Washington City : 1822. 8°. pp. 12. .25 

HAYNE, Robert Y. Speeches of Messrs. 
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on the Rosolution of Mr. Foot, Jan. 1830. 
New Haven: 1849. 8°. pp.85. .50 

HAY WARD, James. Report on the pro- 
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densburgh. Boston : 1831. 8°. pp. 4(5. 
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HEDGE, Frederic H Sermon at the Ded- 
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Dorchester, Mass., Feb. 22, 1844. Bangor: 
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Joseph McKean, D. D., LL.D before 

the University, Cambridge, April 22, 1818. 
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HENRY, C. S. (D. D.) The Gospel a formal 
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the Church of the Advent, Boston, on Sun- 
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HERIOT, George, [Esq.) Travels through 
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HILDRETH, H. Two Discourses on the 
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the Currency. Boston: 1840. 8°. 

HILLlARD, William. Address before the 
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Lancaster, delivered at his interment, June 
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HILL, John B. History of the Town of Ma- 
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the year 1858. Boston (Bangor, Me.): 
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HINMAN, Royal R. [Secretary of Slate of Ct.) 
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a Company of Volunteers formed for the 
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Boston : 1757. 8°. Eight lines gone at the 
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HOPKINTON ASSOCIATION. A De- 
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HOWARD, Simeon, {A. M.) A Discourse 
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INDIANS. Affecting History of the dread- 
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KENDALL, James, {A. M.) An Occasional 
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Interment of Dea. Ephraim Spooner, who 
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age. Boston. 8°. .38 

KENDAL, Samuel, {A. M.) Religion the 
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May 30, 1804, the day of General 

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1810, in the 85th year of his age. Boston: 
1810. 8°. pp.24. .38 

KIDDER, Frederic. The Adventures of 
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KIMBALL, David T. The Moral Power of 
the Sanctuary : The first Sermon in the 
new Meetinghouse of the First Parish in 
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Boston: 1847. 8°. pp.26. .38 

KINGSLEY, James L. {A. M.) An Eulogy 

on Alexander Metcalf Fisher, A. M 

who perished in the wreck of the Albion, 
April 22d, 1822, delivered in Yale College, 
June 26, 1822. N. Haven: 1822. 8°. .25 

KIRKLAND, John Thornton. An Oration 

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1798. Boston: 1798. 8°. pp.24. .38 

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May 27, 1814. 8°. pp.25. .25 

A Discourse in the Stone Church, 

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LADD, William, {Esq.) Address at the Tenth 
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Dec. 25, 1825. Boston. 8°. .25 

LANE, W. H. Description and Historical 
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With the Statutes thereof. Published 

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LANGDON, Samuel, {D. D.) A Summary 

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LATHBURY, Thomas, (M. A., Rev.) The 
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of Philip II. and Pope Sextus V. to re- 
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LATHROP, John, (D. D., A. A. S.) A Dis- 
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LATHROP, Joseph. {D. D.) Steadfastness 
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God's Challenge to Infidels to defend 

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LAWRENCE, Joshua, {Rev.) A Patriotic 
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LAYMAN (A). The Language of Scripture 
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LEECHMAN, William, {Dr.) The Wisdom 
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LIGHTFOOTE, J. Horse Hebraic® and 
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LIVERMORE, Samuel, {Counsellor-at-Law.) 
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LORING, Charles G. Report of the Com- 
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LOTHROP, S. K. {Rev.) The Nature and 
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[LOWELL, John.] Mr. Madison's War : a 
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An Address before the Massachusetts 

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LOWELL, Charles. Theology, and not Re- 
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John L. Sibley as Minister of the Church 
in Stow. Boston: 1829. 8°. pp.24. .38 

Autograph — " Hon. Samuel Dana, with the respects 
of John L Siblly. Stow, June 26. 1829" 

LOWELL. Proposals by the Proprietors of 
the Locks and Canals on Merrimac River 
for the sale of their mill power and land 
at Lowell, Ms. Boston : 18'^6. 8°. pp. 
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MACCARTY, Thaddeus. {A. M.) The most 
heinous Sinners capable of the saving 
Blessings of the Gospel. A Sermon at 
Worcester, Oct. 25, 1770, on the execution 
of William Linsey, for Burglary. Boston: 
1770. 8°. .38 

M'LEAN, Alexander, {Minister of the Gospel.) 
An Appeal to the Public, or an Exposition 
of the conduct of Rev. Isaac Jennison and 
others, in Ludlow, in the months of Februa- 
ry and March, 1828. Also, An Address to 
the Local Preachers of the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church ; with Remarks on the Gov- 
ernment, Discipline, and Monied system 
of said Church. Belchertown : 1828. 8°. 
pp. 56. .38 

M'CLURE, David, {D. D., S. H. S.,) and 
Parish, Elijah, D. D. Memoirs of the Rev. 
Eleazar Wheelock, D. D., Founder and 

President of Dartmouth College New- 

burvport: 1811. 8°. pp. 336. Portrait. 

2.00 

MALDEN. Oration. Poem, Speeches, Chron- 
icles, &c, at the Dedic?tion of the Maiden 
Town Hall, on Thursday evening, Octo- 
ber 29, 1857. Maiden: 1857. 8°. pp. 52. 

.42 

MANN, Horace. An Oration at Dedham. 

July 4, 1823, on the 47th Anniversary of 

American Independence. Dedham. 8°. 

pp. 25. .25 
An Oration before the Authorities of 

Boston, July 4, 1842. 8°. pp. 31. .25 



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MANN, Joel, [Colleague Pastor of the Catho- 
lic Congregational Church.) 'A Discourse 
delivered in Bristol, Dec. 22, 1820, on the 
Anniversary of the Landing of our An- 
cestors at Plymouth. Warren: 1821. 8°. 
pp. 19. .25 

Autograph — From his friend the Author. 

MANSFIELD, Joseph. Hope, a Poem, de- 
livered in the Chapel of Harvard Universi- 
ty, July 8, 1800. Cambridge: 1800. 8°. 
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MARCUS, (Joseph Dana, D. D.) A Reply 
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Council at Ipswich. Newburyport : 1800. 
12°. pp. 48. .38 

MARSH ALL, John, [Chief Justice.) Opinion 
of the Supreme Court of the United States, 
at the January Term, 1832, delivered by 
Chief Justice Marshall, together with the 
Opinion of Mr. Justice McLean, in the 
Case of S. A. Worcester vs. the State of 

Georgia Washington: 1832. 8°. pp. 

39. .38 

MASON, Jeremiah, [Hon.) Proceedings in 
Massachusetts and New Hampshire, on the 
Death of. Boston: 1849. 8°. .38 

MASSACHUSETTS BAY. The Proceed- 
ings of the Council, and the House of Rep- 
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the Convening, Holding and Keeping the 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY at Harvard Col- 
lege in Cambridge : and the several Mes- 
sages which passed between His Honor the 
Lieut. Governor and the two Houses, upon 
the subject. Published by Order of the 
House of Representatives. Boston: 1770. 
pp.83. Title supplied. 1.00 

MASSACHUSETTS CHARITABLE ME- 
CHANICS ASSOCIATION, Third Ex- 
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Sept. 21, 1841. 8°. pp. 140. .50 

 The Second Exhibition, pp. 134, and 

Austin's Address appended, pp. 36. Bos- 
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euil and Quincy Halls, Boston, Sept. 1847. 
8°. pp.208. .50 

MASSACHUSETTS CONGREGATION- 
AL CHARITABLE SOCIETY. Act of 
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MASSACHUSETTS MEDICAL SOCIE- 
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MASSACHUSETTS SOCIETY FOR PRO- 
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Inquiries by the Mass. Ag. Society. 

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MASSACHUSETTS SOCIETY, an Ac- 
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Knowledge. Cambridge : 1806. 12°. pp. 
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MATHER, Cotton, [A. M.) Magnalia Christi 
Americana; or, the Ecclesiastical History 
of New England, from its first planting in 
the year 1620, until the year of our Lord, 
1698. In Seven Books. . . . London: 1702. 
Folio. Portrait inserted. Fine clean copy, 
half bound in morocco. 23.00 

Autograph — " Charles Wiseman, Darlington, 1806." 

MATHER, Cotton, [D.D.) Corderius Ameri- 
canus. — A Discourse on the good Educa- 
tion of Children, &c, &c, delivered at the 
Funeral of Ezkl. Cheever, Principal of the 
Latin School in Boston; who died, Aug. 

1708, in the 94th year of his age 

Somewhat abridged Boston : 1828. 

8°. pp. 20. Imperfect. .25 

MATHER, Cotton. Magnalia Christi Ameri- 
cana ; or, the Ecclesiastical History of New 
England .... With an Introduction and 
Notes by Thos. Robbins, D. D. ; and 
Translations of the Hebrew, Greek and 
Latin quotations, by L. F. Robinson. To 
which is added a Memoir of the Author, by 
Samuel G. Drake, M. A. Also, an Index, by 
another hand. In 2 vols. Hartford: 1855. 
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MAY, Saml. J., [Rev.) A Sermon, at Hing- 
ham, March 19, 1837; being the Sunday 
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MAYHEW, Jonathan, [D. D.) Striving to 
enter in at the Strait Gate explained and 
inculcated ; and the connexion of Salvation 
therewith proved from the Holy Scriptures. 

In two Sermons Boston : 1761. 8°. 

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MEDITATIONS ON DIVINE SUBJECTS: 
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MELLEN, John, [A. M.) The Duty of Min- 
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MELLEN, John, Jr. A Discourse on Nat- 
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MEMORIALS. Account of, presented to 

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