A Checklist of Eighteenth-Century British Literature Published in Eighteenth-Century America

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December 1973

A Checklist of Eighteenth-Century British

Literature Published in Eighteenth-Century

America

Samual J. Rogal

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A CHECKLIST OF EIGHTEENTH-C'ENTURY BRITISH

LITERATURE PUBLISHED, IN

EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY AMERIC'A

By

SAMUEL

J.

ROGAL

C

ertainly one major criterion for determining the cultural

interests of a nation (or, partly in this instance, colony)

during an early period in its history is to examine the literary

tastes of its people. In America between 1660 and 1800, such

examination can be conducted most expeditiously by observing

carefully the titles, as well as the various editions, of the works

by contemporary British writers that were re-issued by

Ameri-can printers and booksellers. For, although printing had existed

in the American colonies since 1639-when Stephen Day

es-tablished his press at Cambridge, Massachusetts-the vast

ma-jority of titles available to the eighteenth-century bookbuying

public appears to have been authored on the other side of the

Atlantic. Essentially, the learned readers of colonial and early

republican America were slow to sever the strong bonds

be-tween themselves and their British cultural tradition.

However, these readers do not reveal, through their literary

tastes, an indiscriminate willingness to accept any and all works

written by British poets, dramatists, and prose writers of the

Restoration and eighteenth century. Obviously, American

print-ers and the booksellprint-ers for whom they published possessed an

accurate awareness of what their customers preferred; they

seemed able to take advantage of these often inconsistent

pref-erences and to profit financially from them. For example, a

twentieth-century bibliophile may easily locate at least

thirty-six separate American editions of Alexander Pope's

Essay on

Man

(1733'1 1734) printed between 1747 and 1800, forty-one

editions of Defoe's

Robinson Crusoe

(1719) between 1774 and

1800, or eighteen editions of Elizabeth Singer Rowe's

Friend-ship in Death

(1728) issued between 1742 and 1800. Yet, the

same individual would be hard pressed to uncover American

reprints or editions of Pope's translations of Homer or versions

of his

Dunciad;

Swift's

Tale of a Tub, Battle of the Books,

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poems of the illiterate nonentity, Stephen Duck; yet he would

search perhaps in vain for an edition of Dryden's poetry or

prose criticisnl published by an American printer or bookseller

during the period 1660-1800.

The following checklist of Restoration and eighteenth-century

British titles bearing eighteenth-century American imprints has

two primary purposes: (1) to present a broadly representative

listing, but also to identify the most popular British writers

presumably read by eighteenth-century Americans; (2) to

iden-tify-as far as possible-the present location of these titles. In

this latter area, the reader is asked to consult the "Key to the

Locations of Collections" found after the final entry; in each

entry, the numeral in parenthesis following the date of

publica-tion refers to the same numeral

in

the "Key." Also, each entry

contains (follo\ving the title) the date of the earliest British

edition. In all instances, titles are presented not in the language

of the original editions, but as they appeared in American

re-prints and editions.

Finally, the list generally excludes hymn or anthem

collec-tions, psalters, and theological works-as well as volumes that,

presently, come under the heading of "textbooks." Exclusion

of titles within these categories does not at all imply a

demean-ing of the areas or disciplines they represent; to the contrary,

these categories hold an important and even dominant position

within the milieu of seventeenth and eighteenth-century

Ameri-can culture. However, theological and instructional works really

require separate studies (I have already just completed one for

hyn1nals, anthem collections, and psalters), and their inclusion

into this study would only tend to complicate the list and detract

from the purely "literary" emphasis.

ADDISON, JOSEPH (1672-1719). Cato. A Tragedy. (1713) Boston: Fleet, 1750; New York: Gaine, 1753; Boston: Mein and Fleming, 1767 ( 1); Providence: Southwick and Wheeler, 1779 (44); Worcester, 1782 (1); Philadelphia, 1786 (18); Second Worcester Edition. Worcester: Thomas, 1787 ( 1); Boston: Edes, for Thomas and Andrews, 1793 (1)

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The Evidences of the Christian Religion (1721). Bos-ton: Bumstead for Larkin, 1795 (1)

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BEATTIE, JAMES (1735-1803). The Minstrel: or, The Itinerant Poet, and Musician. (1771) Philadelphia: Bell, 1784 (18)

- . Poems on Severa.l Occasions. (1776) Philadelphia: Bell, 1784; Philadelphia: Dobson, 1787 (1)

BERKELEY, GEORGE (1685-1753). An Abstract from Dr. Berkeley's

Treatise on Tar-Water (1744), ed. Cadwallader Colden, New York,

1745 (28)

_ _ _ _ _ _. A Word to the Wise (1749), 4th ed. Boston: Knee-land, 1750 (1)

BICKERSTAFFE, ISAAC (1735-1812). The Hypocrite: A Comedy. (1769)

Boston: Spotswood, 1795

- - - -__. The Life and Adventures of Ambrose Gwinett. (1770) Boston: Russell, 1782; Norwich: Trumbull, 1784 (1); Philadelphia: Bell, 1784 (1); Philadelphia: Cist, 1784 (in German); Hudson, 1786 (1); New London: Springer, 1795 (20); Fairhaven, Vermont: Spooner, 1799; Boston: White, 1800 (1)

- . Lionel and Clarissa. (1768) Philadelphia: Woodward for Carey, 1794 (1)

- - - -__. Love in a Village. (1763) Philadelphia: Carey, 1794

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- - - -__. The Maid of the Mill. (1765) Philadelphia: Spots-wood, 1790

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Padlock. A Comic Opera. (1768) Boston: Blake, 1795; Boston: Spotswood, 1795 (23)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Romp. Philadelphia: Carey, 1792 (1); Second Philadelphia Edition. Philadelphia: Carey, 1793 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Thomas and Sally (1761) Philadelphia: Taylor, 1791 (23)

BLAIR, HUGH (1718-1800). Essays on Rhetorick (1784) Albany, 1788;

Boston: Freeman, 1789 (1); Boston: Thomas and Andrews, 1793 (1); Philadelphia, 1793; Boston: Etheridge, for Thomas and An-drews, 1797 (1); Albany: Barber and Southwick, 1798 (1) _ _ _ _ _ _. Letters on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres (1783)

Phila-delphia: Aitken, 1784 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Lectures on Rhetorick, 2 vols. (1783) New York: Allen, 1793; Second American Edition, 2 vols. Philadelphia: Carey, 1793 (1); Volume One. l\1ount Holly, New Jersey, 1800

_ _ _ _ _ _. Select Sermons. (1777) Philadelphia: Campbell, 1795

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_ _ _ _ _ _. Sentimental Beauties, Fourth Edition. Philadelphia: Bailey, for Carey and Lang, 1792 (1)

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BLAIR, ROBERT (1699-1746). The Grave. A Poem. (1743) Fourth Edi-tion. New York: Gaine, 1753 (28); New York: Parker and Wey-man, and Noel, 1753; Seventh Edition. Boston: Boyles for Condy, 1772 (1); Philadelphia: Aitken, 1773 (1); Philadelphia: Aitken, 1786 (1); Eleventh Edition. Boston: Freeman, 1787 (1); Phila-delphia: Dobson, 1787 (23); PhilaPhila-delphia: Taylor, 1791 (1); Bos-ton: Hall, 1793 (1); Newburyport: Blunt and Robinson, 1793 (1); Elizabethtown: Kollock, for Davis, 1797 (1)

BURKE, EDMUND (1729-1797). An Appeal from the Old to the New

Whigs. (1791) New York: Childs and Swain, 1791 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _ _. A Letter from Mr. Burke, to a Member of the National

Assembly. (1791) Fourth Edition. New York: Gaine, 1791 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. A Letter from the Right Honourable Edmund Burke

to a Noble Lord. (1796) Philadelphia: Davies, Rices, and Ormond,

1796 (1); New York: Allen and Drummond, 1796 (28)

_ _ _ _ _ _. A Letter from the Rt. Honourable Edmund Burke to ... the Duke of Portland. (1797) Philadelphia: Humphreys, 1797

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_ _ _ _ _ _. Mr. Burke's Speech on the 1st December 1783. (1784) Philadelphia: Bradford, 1784

· Reflections on the Revolution in France. (1790)

Phila-delphia: Humphreys, for Young, Dobson, Carey, and Rice, 1791 (1); New York: Gaine, 1791 (1); Philadelphia: Humphreys, for Young, Dobson, Carey and Rice, 1792 (18)

· Speech of Edmund Burke, Esq., on American Taxation, April 19, 1774. (1775) The Third Edition. New York: Rivington,

1775 (28); Philadelphia: Towne, 1775 (23)

_ _~ . The Speech of Edmund Burke, Esquire, on Moving

His Resolutions. March 22nd 1775. (1775) New York: Rivington,

1775 (1); Philadelphia: Towne, 1775

_ _ _ _ _ _. Two Letters on the French Revolution. (1791) Phila-delphia: Bioren and Madan, for Cobbett and Ormrod, 1797 (1) BURNEY, FRANCIS D'ARBLAY (1752-1840). CainilIa , or, a Picture of

Youth. (1796) Vol. 1. Boston: Manning and Loring, for Hall, 1797 (1); in Five Volumes. New York: Bull, 1797 (23); Five Volumes in Three. Philadelphia: Ormrod and Conrad, 1797 (1) - - - . Cecelia, or Memoirs of an Heiress. (1782) Vol. 1.

Boston: Greenough for Larkin, 1793 (22); Vol. 2. Boston: Green-ough for Larkin, 1794 (22)

· Evelina (1778) In Two Volumes. Philadelphia:

John-son, 1792 (1); Vol. 1. Worcester: Thomas and Thomas, 1796 (1); Vol. 1. Worcester: Thomas and Thomas, for Thonlas, Andrews, and Penniman, 1796 (1); In Two Volumes. New York: Mott for Duyckinck, 1797 (15)

BURNS, ROBERT (1759-1796). Poenls, Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect. ( 1786) New York: M'Leans, 1788 (1); Philadelphia: Stewart and Hyde, 1788 (1); Two Volumes in One. Philadelphia: Patterson and Cochran, 1798 (1)

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CENTLIVRE, SUSANNAH (1667-1723). The Basset-Table: A Comedy.

(1706) New York: Gaine, 1761

_ _ _ _ _ _. A Bold Stroke for a Wife. (1718) Boston: Wests, _ _ _ _ _ _. The Busy Body: A Comedy. (1709) Boston: Wests,

1794 (1)

CHAPONE, HESTER MULSO (1727-1801). Letters on the Inlprovement of

the Mind. (1773) Vol. 1. Boston: Hodge for Green, 1783 (1); Vol. 1. Boston: Hodge for Thonlas, 1783 (1); Fifth Edition. Worcester, 1783 (1); Philadelphia: Crukshank, 1786 (1); In Two Volumes. New York: Allen, 1793 (1)

CHETWOOD, WILLIAM RUFUS (d. 1766). An Entertaining History of an

Italian Slave.Norwich: Trumbull, 1793

_ _ _~_ _. The Remarkable History of Miss Villars. Norwich: Trumbull, 1793 (1); Keene: Sturtevant, 1795 (19); Amherst, New Hampshire: Preston, 1798

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Voyages and Adventures of Captain Robert Boyle. Boston: Folsom, 1790; Boston: Folsom, 1792 (1); Greenfield: Dick-man, for Thomas and Andrews and West, 1794 (1); Cooperstown: Phinney, for Spencers and Webb, 1796 (1); Walpole, New Hamp-shire: Carlisle, for Thomas and Thomas, 1799 (1)

COLLINS, WILLIAM (1721-1759). Collins' Ode on the Passions. (1750) New York, 1795

_ _ _ _ _ _. Loose Were Her Tresses. From Collins' Ode on the

Passions. (1750) New York: Carr, 1796 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Poetical Works of William Collins. (1765) Phila-delphia: Dobson, 1788 (1)

COWPER, WILLIAM (1731-1800). The Diverting History of John Gilpin. (1782) Salem: At the Bible and Heart, 1792 (11); Newburyport: Osborne's Office, Guttemberg's Head, inMarket-Square, 1793 (11); Newburyport: Osborne's Press, Market-Square, 1793 (9)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Facetious Story of John Gilpin. (1782) Philadel-phia: Wrigley and Berriman, for Stephens and M'Kenzie, 1794 (27) _ _ _ _ _ _. The History of John Gilpin. (1782) Hanover, New

Hampshire: Dunham, 1794

_ _ _ _ _ _ 0 Poems by William Cowper. (1782) Salem: Cushing

1792 (1); Salem: Cushing, for West and Larkin, 1792 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _ The Task. (1785) New York, 1787; Philadelphia:

Dob-SOD, 1787 (1); Boston: Thomas and Andrews, 1791 (1); Phila-delphia: Dobson, 1795 (1); New York: Durell for Allen, 1796

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_ _ _ _ _ _. Tirocinium. (1785) Philadelphia: Dobson, 1786

CUMBERLAND, RICHARD (1732-1811). Box Lobby Challenge. A Comedy.

(1794) Philadelphia, 1795

_ _ _ _ _ _. Calvary; or the Death of Christ. (1792) Burlington, New Jersey: Neale and Kammerer, 1795 (1); Boston: Manning and Loring, for Hall, 1796 (1); Philadelphia: Kammerer, 1797

_ _ _ _ _ _ 0 The Carmelite (1784) Philadelphia: Dobson, 1787

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Phila-delphia: Laplain, 1772; PhilaPhila-delphia: Laplain, 1773 (1); Philadel-phia: Woodhouse, 1773 (22)

_ _ _ _ _ _ _. First Love: A Comedy. (1795) Philadelphia: Smith, 1796 (22)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Jew: or, Benevolent Hebrew. (1794) Boston: Blake, 1795; Boston: Spotswood, 1795; Boston: West, 1795 (1); New York: Canlpbell, 1795 (1); Philadelphia: For Henry, Patrick, Rice, and James Rice of Baltimore, 1795(1)

_ _~ . The Natural Son: A Comedy. (1785) Boston: For D. West and J. West, 1794 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The West Indian: A Comedy. (1771) Philadelphia, 1772 (22); Boston: Apollo Press for D. West and J. West, 1794

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DARWIN, ERASMUS (1731-1802). The Botanic Garden. A Poem. (1789)

New York: Swords, 1798 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. A Plan for the Conduct of Female Education. (1797)

Philadelphia: Ormrod, 1798(1)

_ _~ . Zoonomia; or the Laws of Organic Life. (1794-1796)

Vol. 1.New York: Swords, 1796 (1); 2 vols. Philadelphia: Dobson, 1797(1)

DEFOE, DANIEL (1661-1731). An Abstract of the Remarkable Passages.

(1704) Fourth Edition. Boston: Rogers and Fowle, for Edwards, 1744(1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Die Wunderbare Lebensbeschreibung des Robinson Crusoe. (1721) Philadelphia: Cist, 1788 (1); Philadelphia: Cist, 1789 (1)

. The Dreadful Visitation. (1722) Germantown, 1763

(1);Philadelphia: Miller, 1767(1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Dreadful Visitation, in a Short Account. (1722)

Philadelphia: Crukshank, 1774(1)

__________. The Dreadful Visitation of the Plague. 1665. (1722) New Haven, 1773 (28)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Family Instructor. (1715) In Three Parts. Phila-delphia: Franklin, 1740; PhilaPhila-delphia: Steward and Cochran, 1792 (1); New York: Birdsall for Duyckink, 1795 (1); New York: Hurtin and Comnlardinger, for Duyckink, 1795 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The History of the Wars of Hz's Late Majesty Charles

XII. (1715,1720) Philadelphia, 1725

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe. (1719)

Baltimore: Keating, 1794 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Life and Most Surprising Adventures of Robinson

Crusoe. (1719) Philadelphia, 1776; Philadelphia: Stewart, 1789 ( 1); Philadelphia: Woodhouse, 1791; Boston: Thomas and An-drews, 1794 (1); Wilmington, Delaware: Brynberg, 1796 ( 1) _ _- . Life and Surpri'Sing Adventures of Robinson Crusoe.

(1719) Dedham, Massachusetts: Mann, 1800 (10)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Life of Moll Flanders. (1722) Leominster, Mas-sachusetts: Whitcomb, 1800 (1)

_ _- . The Most Surprising Adventures and Wonderful Life

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Newbury-port: Osborne's Office, 1793 (1); Worcester, 1795 (1)

News from the Moon. Containing a Brief Account of the Inhabitants. Boston. 1772(1)

News from the Moon. A Review of the State of the British Nation. (1705) Boston, 1721 (28)

Pathetic History of the Plague. (1722) Charlestown:

White, 1795 (1)

ReUgious Courtship; Being Historical Discourses.

(1722) Philadelphia, 1729; New York: Durell, 1793 (1); Boston: Thomas and Andrews, 1794 (1); New York: Duyckinck, 1794 (28); New York: Harrison, 1794 (1); Wilmington, Delaware: Johnson, 1796 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. A Short Account of the History of the Plague in

London. (1722) Philadelphia: Johnsons, 1800 (1)

_ _--'--- . A Short Account of the Plague. (1722) New London: Green, 1793 (1)

_______. A Short Account of the Plague in London in 1665. (1722) Newburyport: Farnsworth, 1798

_ _...-..- . Travels of Robinson Crusoe. (1719) Worcester: Thom-as, 1786 (1); Second Worcester Edition. Worcester, Massachu-setts: Thomas, for Thomas and Andrews, 1789 (1); Boston: Hall, 1790 (22); Boston: White and Can1bridge, 1790 (1); Boston: White and Cambridge, 1791 (37); Windham: Byrne, 1792 (7); Boston: S. Hall, 1794 (1); Third Worcester Edition. Worcester, Massachusetts: Thomas, 1794 (1); Windham, Connecticut: Byrne, 1796 (1); Boston: Hall, 1798 (1); First Newport Edition. Newport, Rhode Island: Farnsworth's, 1799 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The True Born Englishman. (1700) Philadelphia, 1778 (23)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Wonderful Life and Adventures of Robinson

Crusoe. (1719) Hartford, Connecticut: Babcook, 1800 (1)

1 The Wonderful Life and Most Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York. (1719) New York: Durell, 1793 (10);

New York: Rurtin and Commardinger, for Gomez, 1795 (1); New York: Hurtin for Duyckinck, 1795 (1); New York: Tiebout, 1800

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1 The Wonderful Life and Surprising Adventures of

Robinson Crusoe. Boston: White and Cambridge, 1792 (1);

Phila-delphia: Cist, 1792; Boston: Hall, 1794 (7); PhilaPhila-delphia: Carey, 1794; Philadelphia: M'Culloch, 1800

1 The Wonderful Life of Robinson Crusoe. (1719) New

York: Gaine, 1774 (1); New York: Gaine, 1775; New York: Gaine, 1777; Boston: Coveely, 1779 (1); Philadelphia: Cist, 1787

(18); Albany: Websters, 1790 (1); Boston: White and Cambridge, 1791 (1); Boston: At the Bible and Heart, 1792 (10)

IDoDSLEY, ROBERT (1703-1764). The Art of Preaching, in Imitation of Horace. (1738) Philadelphia: Franklin, 1739 (38); Philadelphia:

Franklin, 1741 (27); Boston: Rogers and Fowle, 1747 (16); Phila-delphia: Steuart, 1762

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_ _ _~_ _. A Collection of Poems. By Several Hands. (1748)

Boston: Green and Gookin, 1748 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Oeconolny of Human Life. (1751) New York: Parker, 1751; Sixth Edition. Philadelphia: Franklin and Hall, 1751 (38); Seventh Edition. Boston: Fowle, 1752 (1); Seventh Edition. Franklin and Hall, 1752; Part the Second. Third Edition. Philadel-phia: Franklin and Hall, 1752 (18); Part the Second. Boston: Fowle, 1753 (1); Philadelphia: Dunlap, 1765 (1); Philadelphia: Stewart, 1766 (43); Burlington, New Jersey: Collins, 1771 (1); Philadelphia: Crukshank, 1772 (1); Part the First. Philadelphia: Aitken, 1781 (13); Part the Second. Philadelphia: Aitken, 1781 (13); Philadelphia: Crukshank, 1781 (1); Norwich: Trumbull, 1784 (1); Philadelphia: Crukshank, 1786 (1); Philadelphia: James, 1787 (1); First Worcester Edition. Worcester: Thomas, 1787 (1); Ben-nington, 1788 (1); First Exeter Edition. Exeter, 1788 (1); New York: Gaine, 1790 (1); Philadelphia: James, 1790 (1); Fifteenth American Edition. Keene: Griffin, 1791 (1) ; Norwich, Connecticut: Trumbull, 1791 (7); Philadelphia: Woodhouse, 1791; New Haven: Morse, 1792; New York: Gaine, 1792; Norwich: Trumbull, 1792 (1); Thirty-Fourth Edition. Windsor: Spooner, 1792 (1); Concord, New Hampshire: Russell, 1793; New Haven: Morse, 1793 (1); New York: Durell, 1793 (1); Salem: Cushing for Carlton, 1793 (1); Hudson: Stoddard, 1794 (17); New York: Allen, 1794 (1); New York: Birdsall for Duyckinck, 1794 (22); Philadelphia: John-son, 1794 (22); Bennington: Haswell, 1795 (1); New York: Duyckinck, 1795; New York: Hodge, 1795 (23); Norwich: Trum-bull, 1795 (1); Philadelphia: Crukshank, 1795 (1); Providence: Carter and Wilkinson, 1795 (1); Salem: Cushing, for Cushing and Carlton, 1795 (1); Leominster, Massachusetts: Prentiss, 1797 (1); Wilmington, Delaware: Brynberg, 1797 (1); Litchfield, Connecti-cut: Collier, 1798 (21); Philadelphia: Charless and Ralston, 1800

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. The Family Conlpanion. Boston: Fowle, 1751; Ports-mouth: Fowle, 1758

____- - - . The King and the Miller. (1737) New York: Parker, 1750; Boston: Belknap and Hall, for Blake and Clap, 1794 (1) _ _ _ _ _ _. Rhetoric and Poetry. (1738) Boston: Thomas and

Andrews, 1796 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _• Select Fables of Aesop. (1761) Philadelphia: Bell, 1777 (1); Philadelphia: Crukshank, 1786 (1); Philadelphia: Ste-wart, 1789 (1)

- _ _. Select Fables of Esop and Other FabuUsts. (1761) Philadelphia: James, 1790 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Select Fables. (1761) Philadelphia: Johnson, 1792 (1); Philadelphia: Gibbins, 1794

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Toy Shop. (1735) New York: Parker, 1750; Exeter: Ranlet, 1793 (1); Providence: Carter and Wilkinson, 1794 (6); Troy, New York: Pratt, 1797 (1)

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New York: Gaine, 1761

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Spanish Fryar. (1680) New York: Gaine, 1761 DUCK, STEPHEN (1705-1756). Poems on Several Occasions. ( 1730)

Boston: Kneeland and Green, 1732 (1); Philadelphia: Gibbons, 1793 (23)

DUDLEY, HENRY BATE (1745-1824). Songs in the Flitch 0/ Bacon.

(1779) Philadelphia: Carey, 1794

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Woodman, a COlnic Opera. (1791) Philadelphia: Smith, 1794 (1)

D'URFEY, THOMAS (1653-1723). 'Twas with in a Mile

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Edinburgh Town. (1687) New York: Carr, 1796; Boston: Von Hagen, 1797

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FALCONER, WILLIAM (1732-1769). The Shipwreck, a Poem. (1762)

Eighth Edition. Philadelphia: Dobson, 1788 (1); Philadelphia: Prichard and Hall, 1788 (1); Baltimore: Pechin, 1796 (12) ; New York: Oram, 1800 (1)

FARQUHAR, GEORGE (1678-1707). The Inconstant; or, the Way to Win

Him. (1702) New York: Gaine, 1761

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Twin Rivals: A Comedy. (1703) New York Gaine, 1761

FIELDING, HENRY (1707-1754). The Beauties

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Fielding. (1782)

Phila-delphia: Carey, 1792 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Fathers; or, the Good Natured Man. (1778) Bos-ton: Spotswood, 1795

_ _ _ _ _ _. The History of the Adventures of Joseph Andrews. (1742) Philadelphia: Spotswood, 1786; Two Volumes. Philadel-phia: Taylor, 1791 (1); Two Volumes. PhiladelPhiladel-phia: Woodhouse, 1791

_ _ _. The Relnarkable History of TOln Jones. (1749) Phila-delphia: Spotswood, 1786; First Worcester Edition. Worcester: Thomas, 1787 (1); Boston: Hall, 1791 (1); Norwich, Connecticut: Bushnell, 1791 (7); Norwich: Trumbull, 1791; Philadelphia: Woodhouse, 1792; Boston: Hall, 1794; Volume One. Philadelphia: Johnson and M'Kenzie, 1794 (1); Third Worcester Edition. Worces-ter, Massachusetts: Thomas, 1794 (1); Volumes II-III. Philadel-phia: Johnson and M'Kenzie, 1795 (1); Boston: Hall, 1795; Abridged. Boston: Hall, 1797 (1); Boston: Hall, 1798 (24); Salem: N. and J. Coverly, 1799 (10); Salem, Massachusetts: At Faust's Head, Essex Street, 1799 (1); Fourth Worcester Edition. Worcester: Thomas, 1799 (1)

FIELDING, SARAH (1710-1768). The Governess. (1749) Philadelphia: Dobson, 1791 (1)

FOOTE, SAMUEL (1720-1777). The Knights. A Farce. (1754) Boston: Spotswood, 1794

GARRICK, DAVID (1717-1779). The Bon Ton. (1775) Boston: Edes and Etheridge, for Blake and Clap, 1794 (1)

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The Irish Widow. (1772) New York: Hodge and Shober, 1773; Philadelphia: Dunlap, 1773; Philadelphia: Hum-phreys, 1773; Philadelphia: Macgill, 1773

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_ _ _ _ _. The Lying Valet. (1741) Philadelphia: Bell, 1778 (18); Boston: Edes and Etheridge, for Blake and Clap, 1794 (1) GAY, JOHN (1685-1732). The Beggar's Opera. (1728) New York:

Par-ker, 1751

_ _ _ _ _ _. Fables by the Late Mr. Gay. (1750) Philadelphia: Carey, 1794 (1)

GLOVER, RICHARD (1712-1785). The Substance of the Evidence. New York: Gaine, 1775 (1)

GODWIN, WILLIAM (1756-1836). The Enquirer. (1797) Philadelphia: Bioren for Campbell, 1797 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Enquiry Concerning Political Justice. (1793) In Two Volunles. Philadelphia: Bioren and Madan, 1796 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Memoirs of Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin. (1798)

Philadelphia: Carey, 1799 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Things As They Are. (1794) Volume One. Philadel-phia: Rices, 1795 (1)

GOLDSMITH, OLIVER (1728-1774). An Abridgement of the History of

England. (1774) Philadelphia: Campbell, 1795 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Beauties of Goldsmith. (1782) Philadelphia: Bailey, 1797 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Citizen of the World. (1762) Albany: Barber and Southwick, for Spencer, 1794 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Deserted Village. (1770) Philadelphia: Bradfords, 1771 (1); Philadelphia: Prichard and Poyntell, 1782 (1); Seventh Edition: Springfield, 1783 ( 1); Providence: Wheeler, 1784 (1); Philadelphia: Dobson, 1786 (1); Boston: Belknap and Hall, for Blake, 1793 (1); Hartford: Babcock, 1793; Litchfield, Connecticut: Collier, 1799

_ _ _ _ _ _. Dr. Goldsmith's Roman History Abridged. (1772)

Philadelphia: Campbell, 1795 (1); Philadelphia: Dobson, 1798 (1) _ _ _ _ _ _. Goldsmith's Poems. (1767) Philadelphia: Maxwell,

1800 (1)

- - . The Grecian History. (1774) Two Volumes. Washing-ton, D. C.: Carey, 1800 (1)

- - - . An History of the Earth. (1774) In Four Volumes. Philadelphia: Carey, 1795 (1)

- - - . The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith. (1791)

Boston: Edes, for Thomas and Andrews, 1793 (1); Philadelphia: Campbell, 1794; Brookfield: Thomas and Waldo, for Thomas and Andrews, 1795 (1)

- - - . Poen1S by Dr. Goldsmith. (1786) Philadelphia: Taylor, 1791 (1)

- - - . She Stoops to Conquer. (1773) New York: Hodge and Shober, 1773 (18); Boston: West, 1794 (28)

- - - . The Traveller. (1765) Philadelphia, 1768 (1); Phila-delphia: Story, 1786

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Young, 1791 (1); Norwich: Bushnell, 1792; Providence: Wheeler, 1792 ( 1); Philadelphia: Campbell, 1794; Two Volumes in One. Philadelphia : Young, 1795 (1); Two Volumes in One. Worcester: Thonlas,1795 (1)

GRAY, THOMAS (1716-1771). Elegy in a Country Graveyard. (1751) Philadelphia: Dobson, 1787

_ _ _ _ _ _. An Elegy Written in a Country Churc.h Yard. (1751) Litchfield, Connecticut: Collier,1799 (7)

HAWKESWORTH, JOHN (1715-1773). Almoran and Hamet. (1761)

Litchfield: Collier, 1789 (1); Philadelphia: Carey, 1795; Philadel-phia, 1798

_ _ _ _ _ _. Edgar and Emmeline. (1761) Philadelphia: Steuart, 1762

_ _ _ _ _ _. A New Voyage Round the World. (1773) First Ameri-can Edition. Two Volumes. New York: Rivington, 1774 (1); Vol-ume One. New York: Aikman, 1774

HOADLY, BENJAMIN (1676-1761). An Enquiry into the Reasons. (1711) Boston: Fleet for Eliot, 1727 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Nature of the Kingdom, or Church, of Christ. (1717) New York: W. Bradford, 1717 (1)

HOADLY, BENJAMIN (1706-1757). The Suspicious Husband. (1747) Philadelphia: Spotswood,1791 (1)

HOLCROFT, THOMAS (1745-1809). The Deserted Daughter. (1795) Bos-ton: Blake, 1795 (1); Second Boston Edition. Boston: Blake, 1796

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_ _ _ _ _.. Love's Frailties: A Comedy. (1794) New York: Carey, 1794 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Road to Ruin. (1792) New York: Berry and Rogers,1792 (1)

HOME, HENRY. LORD KAMES (1696-1782). The Culture of the Heart. (1761) Albany, 1797

- . Elements of Criticism. (1762) Two Volumes. Boston: Etheridge for White,1796 (1)

- - - . A Letter from a Blacksmith, to the Ministers. (1751) Third Edition. New York: Holt, 1764 (1); Philadelphia: Dunlap, 1764; Fourth Edition. Philadelphia: Steuart, 1765 (17); The Sev-enth Edition. Newburyport, 1787 (1); New York: Gaine, 1790; Litchfield, Connecticut: Collier, 1800 (1)

- - - . Six Sketches on the History of Man. (1774) Philadel-phia: Bell and Aitken, 1776 (1)

HOME, JOHN (1722-1808). Alonzo and Ormisinda. (1773) Philadelphia: Bell,1777 (1)

- - - . Douglas, a Tragedy. (1757) Philadelphia: Story, 1790 (1); Philadelphia: Taylor, 1791 (1)

HUME, DAVID (1711-1776). The History of England. (1762) Two Vol-umes. Philadelphia: Smith for Campbell, 1795 (1); Volumes 111-VI. Philadelphia: Sweitzer for Campbell, 1796 (1)

- - - . The Life of David Hurne. Philadelphia: Bell, 1778 (1) JENYNS, SOAME (1704-1787). Disquisitions on Several Subjects. (1782)

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- - . A Free Inquiry into the Nature of Evil. (1757) Bos-ton: Folsom, 1795

- . Lectures Delivered by Soame Jenyns. New York: Lou-don and Berry and Rogers, 1791 (1)

- -_ _~_.A View of the Internal Evidence of the Christian Re-ligion. (1776) Philadelphia: Crukshank, 1780 (1); Ninth Edition.

Richmond: Dixon and Holt, 1785 (40); Tenth Edition. Richmond: Dixon and Holt, 1787 (1); Ninth Edition. Philadelphia: Crukshank, 1788 (1); Sixth Edition. Hartford: Patten, 1789 (1); Stockbridge: Andrews, 1791 (1); Boston: Thomas and Andrews, 1793 (1) JOHNSON, CHARLES (1679-1748). The Farmhouse. A Comedy. Boston:

Spotswood, 1795

JOHNSON, SAMUEL (1709-1784). The Beauties of Johnson. (1781-1782) Philadelphia: Spotswood, 1787 (1)

- . The History of Rasselas. (1759) Philadelphia, 1768

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_ _ _ _ _ _. Lives of the British Poets. (1779-1781) Abridgement. Philadelphia, 1784 (28)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Prince of Abissinia. (1759) Philadelphia: Bailey and Lang, 1791 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Rambler. (1750-1752) In Four Volumes. New York: Campbell, 1800 (28)-re-issue of London edition of 1791 _ _ _ _ _ _. Rasselas, Prince of Abissinia. (1759) Greenfield:

Dick-man, 1795 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Thoughts on the Late Transactions Respecting

Falk-land's Islands. (1771) New York: Gaine, 1771 (1)

JONES, DAVID (1663-1724). A Discourse upon the Great Fire of London. Boston: Bromfield, 1760 (1)

JUNIUS. The Letters of Junius. (1770) Philadelphia: Carey, 1791; First American Edition. Philadelphia: Prichard and Hall, 1791 (1); Phila-delphia: Campbell, 1795 (1)

KELLY, HUGH (1739-1777). The Romance of an Hour. (1774) Phila-delphia: Bell, 1777 (1); Boston: Spotswood, 1795

_ _ _ _----'-_. The School for Wives. (1774) Sixth Edition. Philadel-phia: Dunlap, 1774 (18)

Ken, Thomas (1637-1711). An Exposition on the Church-Catechisln. (1685) Boston, 1688 (1)

_ _ _""""--__. The Retired Christian. (1725) New York: Noel, 1758

(1)

KENRICK, WILLIAM (1725-1779). A Rhetorical Grammar of the English

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1794 (1); Ninth Edition. Boston: Hall, 1794 (1); Walpole, New Hampshire : Carlisle, 1797 (1); Litchfield : Collier, 1798 (7); Phila-delphia: Ormond, 1798 (1)

KING, WILLIAM (1650-1729). A Discourse Concerning the Inventions

of Men. Boston, 1712 (1)

LANGHORNE, JOHN (1735-1779). The Fables of Flora. (1771) Philadel-phia: Bell, 1784 (18); New York: Brewer and Lang, 1795 (1) _ _ _ _ _ _. Solyman and Almena. (1762) Wrentham,

Massachu-setts: Heaton, 1796 (1); East Windsor, Connecticut: Pratt, 1799

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LAW, WILLIAM (1686-1761). Auszuge aus den ChriJten William Laws. Philadelphia: Miller, 1767 (35)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Die Grunde und Ursachen. Germantown, 1741 (18) _ _ _ _ _ _. Die Nichtigkeit der Welt. Germantown, 1744 (33) _ _ _ _ _ _. An Extract from a Treatise. (1726) Philadelphia:

Franklin and Hall, 1760 (1); Philadelphia: Miller, 1766 (1) _ _ _ _ _ _. An Extract from a Treatise On the Spirit of Prayer.

(1749-1750) Philadelphia: Crukshank, 1780 (1)

_ _ _""""--__. An Extract from Mr. Law's Serious Call. (1728) Phila-delphia: Hall for Dickins, 1793 (1)

_ _""'"""-- . The Grounds and Reasons. (1739) Philadelphia: Brad. ford, 1741 (1); Boston, 1775

_______. An Humble, Earnest, and Affectionate Address. (1761) Philadelphia: Crukshank, 1786 (1); Hartford: Babcock, 1796 (36) _ _ _ _ _ _. Instructions for Ministers. Philadelphia: Tuckniss for

Dickins, 1796 (14)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Nature and Design of Christianity. (1731) Phila-delphia: Bradford, 1744 (18); Germantown, 1756 (1); Ninth Edi-tion. Providence: Carter, 1792 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The True Grounds of the Benefits. (1739) Charleston: Markland and M'Iver, 1791 (1)

LEE, NATHANIEL (1653-1692). Nero: A Tragedy. (1675) New York: Gaine, 1761

_ _ _ _ _ _. Theodosius. (1680) New York: Gaine, 1761

L'EsTRANGE, SIR ROGER (1616-1704). A History of the Life of Aesop. (1692) Philadelphia, 1798 (22)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Seneca's Morals, by Way of Abstract. Boston: Bum-stead, 1800

LEWIS, MATTHEW GREGORY (1775-1818). Ambrosio. (1795) Three Vol-umes in Two. Boston: Thomas and Andrews, 1799 (1)

_______. The Castle Spectre. (1798) Boston, 1798 (1); Salem, Massachusetts: Macanulty, 1799 (1)

_______. Crazy Jane. A Favorite Song. Boston: Von Hagen for Gilfert, 1800

_ _ _ _ _ _'. The East Indian: A Comedy. New York: Davises for Caritat, 1800 (1)

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1794 (1)

_________. The Tragedy 01 George Barnwell. (1731) Amherst, New Hampshire: Coverly, 1795

LOCKE, JOHN (1632-1704). An Abridgement of Mr. Locke's Essay Con-cerning Human Understanding. (1690) Boston: Manning and

Lor-ing, 1794 (1)

_ _ _"""""""--__. An Essay Concerning the True Original Extent of Civil

Government. (1690) Boston: Edes and Gill, 1773 (1)

_________. A Letter Concerning Toleration. (1689) Third Edition.

Boston: Rogers and Fowle, 1743 (1); Fourth Edition. Wilmington, 1764 (1); Fourth Edition. Windsor, 1788 (1); Stockbridge; An-drews, 1790

LYTTLETON, GEORGE, FIRST BARON LYTTLETON (1709-1773). Dialogues of the Dead. (1760) Worcester: Thomas, Son and Thonlas, for

Thomas, and Andrews, 1797 (1)

_ _ _- - - . Observations on the Conve.rsion of St. Paul. (1747)

Philadelphia: Miller, 1761 (23); Philadelphia: Crukshank, 1785 (1); Boston: Manning and Loring, 1800 (1)

LYTTLETON, THOMAS, SECOND BARON LYTTLETON (1744-1779). A Letter to William Pitt. Boston: Mills and Hicks, for Cox and Berry, 1774

(3); New York: Rivington, 1774 (28)

_ _ _'"""""'-_ _. Letters of the Late Thomas Lyttleton, Second Baron

Lyttleton. Philadelphia: Bell, 1782 (38)

MACAULAY, CATHARINE SAWBRIDGE (1731-1791). An Address to the People of England. Third Edition. New York, 1775 (23)

_ _ _"""""""--_ _. Observations on the Reflections of the French

Revolu-tion, by Edmund Burke. Boston: Thomas and Andrews, 1791 (1)

MACKENZIE, HENRY (1745-1831). An Answer to Paine's Rights of Man.

Philadelphia: Cobbett, 1796 (1)

_ _ _"""""""--__. Julia de Roubigne, a Sentimental Novel. (1777) In

Two Volumes. Third Edition. Philadelphia: Cist, 1782 (1); Two Volunles. Philadelphia: Story, 1786; Fifth Edition. Two Volumes. Boston: Bumstead for Larkin, 1793 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Life of William Annesly. Bennington: Haswell, 1796 (1)

_ _- - - . The Man of Feeling. (1771) Philadelphia: Bell, 1782 (1); Philadelphia: Taylor, 1791 (1); The Third American Edition. Litchfield: Collier, 1790 (1); First Worcester Edition. Worcester: Thomas, 1795 (1)

_ . . _ - - - - . The Man of the World. (1773) Three Volumes. Phila-delphia: Bell, 1783 (23); Boston: Manning and Loring, for West, 1795 (1); Philadelphia: Hogan for Gibson, 1799 (1)

MACKLIN, CHARLES (1697-1797). Love a la Mode. (1759) Philadelphia:

Spotswood, 1790; Philadelphia: Taylor, 1791 (1); New York: Har-rison for Magill, 1793

_ _- - - - . The True-Born Irishman. (1762) Philadelphia: Spots-wood, 1784 (1); New York: Campbell, 1787; Philadelphia: Dob-son, 1787

MACPHERSON, JAMES (1736-1796). Oscar' and Malvina. Boston, 1796;

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_ _ _ _ _ _. The Poems of Ossian. (1765) Philadelphia: Lang, 1790

(1)

MADAN, MARTIN (1726-1790). An Account of the Triumphant Death of

a Converted Prostitute. Amherst, New Hampshire: Coverly, 1795

_ _- - - - . An Account of the Triumphant Death of F.

s.

z'n April

1763. Boston: Fowle, 1764 (1); New London, 1765 (1); Salem: Hall, 1770 (11); Boston, 1772; Concord, New Hampshire: Hough for Mitchel, 1797 (1)

MALLET, DAVID (1705-1765). A Poem Called Edwin and Emma. (1760) Boston,1764 (1)

MERRY, ROBERT (1755-1798), ed. The B'ritish Album. A Collection of Poems. (1790) Boston: Belknap and Hall, 1793 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Pains of Memory. (1796) Philadelphia: Thompson for Carey, 1796 (1); Boston: Manning and Loring, for West, 1797

(1)

MONTAGU, EDWARD WORTLEY (1713-1776). The Life, Travels, and

Ad-ventures of Edward Wortley Montagu. Philadelphia: Bell, 1784

(24); Two Volumes in One. Boston: Folsom, 1794 (1)

MONTAGU, LADY MARY PIERREPONT WORTLEY (1689-1762). The

Addi-tional Volumes to the Letters of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu.

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_ _ _ _ _ _. Letters of the Right Honourable Lady Mary Wortley

Montagu. (1763) Fourth Edition. New York, 1766 (1); Fourth

Edition. Providence: Goddard,1766 (6)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Poetical Works of the Right Honourable Lady

Mary Wortley Montagu. (1768) London and Philadelphia, 1769

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MOORE, EDWARD (1712-1757). Fables for the Female Sex. (1744) Litch-field, Connecticut: Collier, 1798 (1); Bennington: Haswell, 1800 (16)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Fables for the Ladies. (1744) Philadelphia: Dobson, 1787 (1); Exeter, 1794 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Foundling: A Comedy. (1748) Boston: West and West,1794 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Gamester, a Tragedy. (1753) Philadelphia: Story, 1790 (1); Philadelphia: Taylor, 1791 (28); Philadelphia: Camp-bell,1795

MORE, HANNAH (1745-1833). Armine and Elvira. (1782) Boston: Spots-wood, 1795

_ _ _ _ _ _. Bear Ye One Another's Burdens. Philadelphia: John-sons, 1800(1)

_ _ _ _ _ _ Betty Brown, the St. Giles's Orange Girl. (1782) Phila-delphia: Johnsons,1800(1)

_ _- - - - . Black Giles the Poacher; with Some Account of a

Family. (1782) Philadelphia: Johnson, 1800 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _'. Black Giles the Poacher; with the History of Widow

Brown's Apple Tree. (1782) Philadelphia: Johnsons, 1800 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Considerations on Religion. (1791) Boston: Weld and Greenough,1794 (1)

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Young, Stewart, and M'Culloch, 1786 (1); Chambersburg, Penn-sylvania: Dover and Harper, for Carey, 1796 (1)

- - - . An Estimate of the Religion of the Fashionable World. (1791) First American Edition. Philadelphia: Weems and Willis, 1793 (1); Fourth Edition. Philadelphia: Young, 1795 (1)

- . The Fortune Teller. (1782) Philadelphia: Johnson, 1798 (22)

- . The History of Mr. Fantom. (1782) Philadelphia: Johnson, 1800 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The History of Tawny Rachel. (1782) Philadelphia: Johnsons, 1800 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The History of Tom White, the PostiUon. (1782) Philadelphia: Johnson, 1798; Philadelphia: Johnsons, 1800 (1) _ _ _ _ _ _. The History of Two Shoemakers. (1782) Part I.

Phila-delphia: Johnsons, 1800 (1); Part II. PhilaPhila-delphia: Johnsons, 1800 (1); Part III. Philadelphia: Johnsons, 1800 (1); Part IV. Philadel-phia: Johnsons, 1800 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Inflexible Captive. (1774) Philadelphia: Hum-phreys for Sparhawk, 1774 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Moses in the Bulrushes. (1782) Litchfield, Connecti-cut : Collier, 1800

_ _ _ _ _ _. Poems by Miss Hannah More. (1785) Philadelphia: Young, Stewart, and M'Culloch, 1785 (23)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Sacred Dramas. (1782) Philadelphia: Dobson, 1787

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_ _ _ _ _ _. Search after Happiness. (1766) Philadelphia, 1773 (23); Boston: Edes, 1786 (1); Philadelphia: Humphreys, 1786; Philadelphia: Woodhouse, 1787; Boslton: Edes, 1791; Boston: Fleets, 1791; Boston: Edes, 1793 ( 1) ; Catskill: Croswell, 1794 ( 16) ; Salem: Cushing and Carleton, 1795; Boston: Spotswood, 1796 (1); Boston: Spotswood, 1797 (1); Worcester: Thomas, 1797 (1) ________. Search after Happiness, and Armine and Elvira.

Phila-delphia; Humphreys, 1774 (1); Second Edition. Philadelphia: Hum-phreys, 1775

________. Sensibility: A Poetical Epistle. (1782) New Haven, 1785 (7)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Shepherds of Salisbury Plain. (1782) Part I. Phila-delphia: Johnsons, 1800 (1); Part II. Philadelphia: Johnsons, 1800

(1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Shopkeeper Turned Sailor. (1782) Philadelphia: Johnsons, 1800 (23)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Slavery,aPoem. New York: M'Leans, 1788 (2); Phila. delphia: James, 1788 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Strictures on the Modern System of Female Education. (1799) In Two Volumes. Charlestown, Massachusetts: Etheridge for Larkin, 1800 (1); Philadelphia: Budd and Bartram, for Dob-son, 1800 (1)

________. Thoughts on the Importance of the Manners of the

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_ _ _ _ _ _. The Two Shoemakers. (1782) Parts I-IV. Philadelphia: Johnson, 1797 (19)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Two Wealthy Farmers. (1782) Part I. Philadel-phia: Johnsons, 1800 (1); Part II. PhiladelPhiladel-phia: Johnsons, 1800 (1); Part III. Philadelphia: Johnsons, 1800 (1); Part IV. Philadel-phia: Johnsons, 1800 (1) ; Part V. PhiladelPhiladel-phia: Johnsons, 1800

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_ _ _ _ _ _. The Way to Plenty. Philadelphia: Johnsons, 1800 (1) MURPHY, ARTHUR (1727-1805). The Ciazen. A Farce. (1763) Boston:

&les and Etheridge, for Blake and Clap, 1794 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Grecian Daughter. (1772) Philadelphia: Taylor, 1791 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Know Your Own Mind. A Comedy. (1778) Boston: Spotswood, 1795

_ _ _ _ _. The Old Maid. (1761) Philadelphia: Steuart, 1762 _ _ _ _ _ _. Zenobia. A Tragedy. (1768) Boston: Spotswood, 1794 ORTON, JOB (1717-1783). Discourses to the Aged. Boston, 1774

_ _ _ _ _ _. Letters to a Young Clergyman. Boston: Manning and Loring, for White, 1794 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Memoirs of the Rev. Philip Doddridge, D.D. London and Boston, 1766 (1); Philadelphia: Bell, 1774

PARNELL, THOMAS (1679-1718). The Hermit. A Poem. (1722) German-town, 1756 (1); New Haven, 1784 (28); Boston: Griffith, 1786; Salem, 1793 (27)

_ _ _ _ _ _. A Vision. New York: Parker, 1762 (22)

PARTRIDGE, JOHN (1644-1715). Monthly Observations. Boston, 1692 (24)

POMFRET, JOHN (1667-1702). Poems upon Several Occasions. (1699) Eleventh Edition. Boston: Fowle, 1751 (1); Twelvth Edition. New York: Gaine, 1785 (1); Philadelphia: Hall, 1791 (1); New York: Gaine, 1792; Boston: Etheridge, 1794 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Poetical Works of John Pomfret. (1699) Philadel-phia, 1795

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Rhode Island: Carter and Wilkinson, 1796 (1); Worcester: Thom-as, 1796 (1); Fairhaven, Vermont: Spooner, 1797 (41); Worces-ter: Thomas, Son, and Thomas, 1797 (1); Peacham, Vermont: Farley and Goss, 1798 (16); Boston: Hall, 1800 (1); Salem, Mas-sachusetts, J. Cushing for T. C. Cushing, 1800 (11)

- . A Select Collection of Poems. (1717) New London, Connecticut: Springer, 1796 (1)

PRIESTLEY, JOSEPH (1733-1804). An Address to Protestant Dissenters

of All Denominations. (1769) Boston: Fleets, 1774 (1);

Philadel-phia: Humphreys, 1774 (1); Wilmington, Delaware, 1774

- _ - . An Address to the Unitarian Congregation of

Phila-delphia. Philadelphia: Gales, 1797 (23)

_ _ _ _ _ _. An Appeal to the Serious and Candid. Philadelphia: Bell, 1784 (1); Philadelphia: Dobson, 1794 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Case of Poor Emigrants. Philadelphia: Gales for Birch, 1797 (23)

_ _ _ _ _ _. A Comparison of the Institutions. Northumberland, Pennsylvania: Kennedy, 1799 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Considerations on the Doctrine of Phlogiston. Phila-delphia: Dobson, 1796 (23)

_ _ _ _ _ _. A Continuation of the Letters to the Philosophers. Northumberland-Town: Kennedy, 1794 (1); Salem: Cushing, 1795

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_ _ _ _ _ _. A Description of a New Chart of History. New Haven: Doolittle, 1792 (1)

_ _ _ _-_. Discourses on the Evidence of Revealed Religion. Sec-ond Edition. Boston: Spotswood, 1795 (1); Philadelphia: Dobson, 1796; Philadelphia: Thompson, 1796 (1); Volume Two. Philadel-phia: Dobson, 1797 (1)

_ _ _- _ _. The Doctrine of Phlogiston Established. Northumber-land, Pennsylvania: Kennedy, 1800 (23)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Extracts from a Catechism. Boston: Hall, 1798 (1) _ _ _ _ _ _. Extracts fronz Dr. Priestley's Catechism. Salem: Hall,

1785 (1); Boston: Hall, 1787 (19); Salem: Cushing, 1793 (1); Salem: Carlton, 1796 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. A Familiar Illustration. Philadelphia: Dobson, 1794

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_ _ _ _ _ _. A General View of the Arguments for the Unity of

God. Philadelphia: Dobson, 1794 (1); New York: Robertson, 1796

_ _ _ _ _ _. An History of the Corruptions of Christianity. In Two Volumes. Boston: Spotswood, 1797 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Letters to a Philosophical Unbeliever. Philadelphia: Dobson, 1795 (23)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Letters to Mr. Volney. Philadelphia: Dobson, 1797

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_ _- -_ _. Letters to the Inhabitants of Northumberland. Part I. Northumberland, Pennsylvania: Kennedy, 1799 (23); Part II. Nor-thumberland, Pennsylvania: Kennedy, 1799 (1); Philadelphia: Bioren, 1800

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1794 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Letters to the Philosophers. Boston: Hall, 1793 (1); New York: Loudon and Brower, 1794 (1); Philadelphia: Dobson, 1794 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Letters to the Right Honourable Edmund Burke. New York: Gaine, 1791 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Miscellaneous Observations Relating to Education. New London: Springer, for T. C. Green, S. Green, and Trumbull, 1796 _ _""'""'--- . Observations on the Doctrine of Phlogiston.

Philadel-phia: Dobson, 1797 (26)

_ _""'""'--- . Observations on the Increase of Infidelity. Northumber-land, Pennsylvania: Kennedy, 1795 (1); Third Edition. Philadel-phia: Dobson, 1797 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. An Outline on the Evidences of Revealed Religion. Philadelphia: Dobson, 1797 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Reflexions sur la Doctrine du Phlogistique. Philadel-phia: Moreau de S1. Mery, 1797 (26)

_ _""'""'--- . Two Sermons. Philadelphia: Dobson, 1794 (1) _ _ _ _ _ _. Unitarianism Explained and Defended. Philadelphia:

Thompson, 1796 (1)

PRIOR, MATTHEW (1664-1721). The Turtle and Sparrow. (1723)

New-buryport: Osborne, 1793 (1)

PYE, HENRY JAMES (1745-1813). The Democrat; or Intrigues and Ad-ventures of Jean Ie Noir. (1795) In Two Volumes. New York:

Rivington, 1795 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Siege of Meaux. A Tragedy. (1794) Philadelphia, 1795

RADCLIFFE, ANN WARD (1764-1823). The Castles of Athlin and Dun-bayne. (1789) Philadelphia: Bradford, 1796 (1); Boston: West,

1797

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Italian. (1797) In Two Volumes. Boston: Ether-idge, 1797; In Two Volumes. Mount Pleasant, New Jersey: Durell for Magill, 1797 (1); Two Volumes. New York: Greenleaf, 1797; Philadelphia: Carey, 1797; In Two Volumes. Philadelphia: Folwell, for Rices and Campbell, 1797

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Mysteries of Udolpho. (1794) In Three Volumes. Boston: Etheridge, for White, Spotswood, Thomas and Andrews, 1795 (1); Philadelphia: Rices, 1800 (31)

_ _ _- _ . The Romance of the Forest. (1791) In Two Volumes. Boston: Etheridge, for Larkin, Spotswood, Thomas and Andrews, 1795 (1); Philadelphia: Bradford, 1795 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. A Sicilian Romance. (1790) Philadelphia: For H. and P. Rice, and for J. Rice, Baltimore, 1795 (1)

RAMSAY, ALLAN (1685-1758). The Gentle Shepherd. (1725) New York:

Parker, 1750; Philadelphia: Aitken, 1771; 1788 (1); Philadelphia: Campbell, 1795 (1); Philadelphia: Stewart, 1798 (1)

RICHARDSON, SAMUEL (1689-1761). Clarissa Barlowe. (1748) First

Bos-ton Edition. BosBos-ton: Hall, 1795; Suffield, Connecticut: Farnsworths for Cookes, 1798 (1); Abridged. New Haven, Connecticut: Morse,

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- . The History of Clarissa Harlowe. (1748) Philadelphia: Spotswood, 1786; Cooperstown: Phinney, 1796

- . The History of Miss Clarissa Harlowe. (1748) Phila-delphia, 1798 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The History of Pamela. (1740) Philadelphia: Wood-house, 1792; Philadelphia: Gibbons, 1794 (1); First Worcester Edition. Worcester: Thomas, 1794 (1); Lansingburgh, New York: Pratt, 1796 (1); New York: Mott and Lyon, for Duyckinck, 1796 (1); New York: Tiebout and O'Brien, 1796; Abridged. Boston: Hall, 1797 (1); New York: Kirk for Davis, 1798 (1); New York: Kirk for Judah, 1798; New York: Kirk for Stephens, 1798; New York: Kirk for Tiebout, 1798 (1); Fairhaven, Vermont: Spooner, 1799 (41); Norristown, Pennsylvania: Sower, 1799 (1)

_ _- - - - . The History of Sir Charles Grandison. (1754) Phila-delphia: Spotswood, 1786; Tenth Edition. PhilaPhila-delphia: Carey, Ste-wart and Company, 1790 (1); First Boston Edition. Boston: Hall, 1794 (10); Eleventh Edition. Philadelphia: Carey for Folwell, 1794 (1); Twelfth Edition. New London: Springer, 1797; Abridged. Suf-field, Connecticut: Farnsworths, 1797; SufSuf-field, Connecticut: Farns-worths for Cokes, 1798 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Pamela. (1740) Two Volumes. New York: Parker, 1744; Fifth Edition. Boston: Harrison, 1744; Philadelphia: Frank-lin, 1744; Philadelphia: Spotswood, 1786

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Paths of Virtue Delineated. (1756) Philadelphia: Woodhouse, 1791 (31)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Paths of Virtue Delineated; or, the History of

Clarissa Harlowe. (1756) Cooperstown: Phinney, 1795 (1) _ _ _ _ _ _. The Pleasing History of Pamela. (1740) Boston: Hall,

1793 (1)

ROWE, ELIZABETH SINGER (1674-1737). Devout Exercises of the Heart. (1737) Fourth Edition. Boston: Rogers and Fowle, for Blanchard, 1742 (1); Boston: Blanchard, 1743; Philadelphia: Franklin, 1745; Lancaster, 1754 (18); Boston: Hall, 1790 (1); Philadelphia: Ait-ken, 1791 (1); Philadelphia: Dobson, 1791 (1); Philadelphia: Hall, 1792 (1); Windsor: Spooner for Ralph, 1792 (1); Exeter: Lam-son, 1794 (1); New Haven: Morse, 1794 (1); New York: Tiebout and O'Brien, for Nutter, 1794 (1); New York: Durell, 1795 (1); New York: Tiebout and O'Brien, for Mitchell, 1795; Dedham, Massachusetts: Heatons, 1796 ( 1) ; Northampton, Massachusetts: A. Wright for D. Wright, 1798 (19); Philadelphia: Tuckniss, 1798

(1); Hartford, Connecticut: Babcock, 1800 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Friendship in Death. (1728) Boston: Rogers and Fowle, 1747 (1); Boston: Hodge, Green, and Norman, 1782 (1); New York: Hodge, 1786 (1); Boston: Bumstead for Larkin, 1790; Boston: Bumstead, for West and Larkin, 1792 (1); New York: Tiebout and O'Brien, for Duyckinck, 1795 (1); New York: Tiebout and O'Brien, for Gomez, 1795 (1)

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Philadel-phia: Crukshank, 1787 (1)

. The History of Joseph and His Brethren. (1736)

Phila-delphia: Lawrence, 1773

ROWE, NICHOLAS (1674-1718). Jane Shore: A Tragedy. (1714) New

York: Gaine, 1761

ROWE, THEOPHILUS. The Life of Mrs. Elizabeth Rowe. (1739) Boston:

Rogers and Fowle, 1747 (1)

ST. JOHN, HENRY, VISCOUNT BOLINGBROKE (1678-1751). The Free-holder's Political Catechism. (1733) Boston, 1757 (3); New

Lon-don, 1769 (22)

_~ . Letters on the Spirit of Patriotism. (1749) Philadel-phia: Franklin and Hall, 1749 (23); N·ew York: Parker and Wey-man, 1756

SEWARD, ANNA (1742-1809). Louisa, a Poetical Novel. (1784) Fifth

Edition. New Haven: Morse, 1789 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Monody on Major Andre. (1781) New York: Riving-ton, 1781 (8); Philadelphia: Story, 1782 (25); New York: Harrison and Purdy, for Allen, 1788 (22); Philadelphia: Story, 1788 (1); Philadelphia: Story, 1790 (22); Second New York Edition. New York: Allen, 1792 (1); Hanover, New Hampshire: Dunham, 1794 (1); Boston: Spotswood and Wayne, 1798 (1)

SHADWELL, THOMAS (1642-1692). Don Juan. Boston: Blake, 1795

SHERIDAN, RICHARD BRINSLEY (1751-1816). The Critic: or a Tragedy Rehearsed. (1781) Philadelphia: Dobson, 1787; Boston: Spotswood,

1795

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Duenna: A Comic Opera. (1775) Philadelphia: Humphreys, for Nutter in New York, 1779

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Governess. (1777) Boston: Spotswood, 1795 _ _ _ _ _ _. The Real and Genuine School for Scandal. (1780)

Philadelphia: Bell, 1782 (44)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The School for Scandal. (1780) N,ew York: Gaine, 1786 (1); Philadelphia: Prichard and Hall, 1789 (1); Boston: Belknap and Hall, 1792 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Song in the Stranger. Philadelphia: B. Carr, 1797 (43) SHERIDAN, THOMAS (1719-1788). A Complete Dictionary. Fourth

Edi-tion. Philadelphia: Young, 1789 (1); Fifth EdiEdi-tion. Philadelphia: Young, 1789 (1); Sixth Edition, carefully revised by John An-drews. Philadelphia: Young, Mills, and Son, 1796 (1); Sixth Edi-tion. Philadelphia: Young, Mills, and Son, 1796 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. A Course of Lectures on Elocution. Providence: Car-ter and Wilkinson, 1796 (1)

_ _- - - . A Rhetorical Grammar of the English Language. Phila-delphia: Bell and Bailey, 1783 (1); Third Edition. PhilaPhila-delphia: Young, 1789 (1)

SMART, CHRISTOPHER (1722-1771). Hymns for the Amusement of Chil-dren. (1772) Philadelphia: Spotswood, 1791 (1)

_ _ _ _ _-_. Hymns for the Instruction and Amusement of

Chil-dren. (1772) Boston: Spotswood, 1795

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Dob-son, 1789 (1); Philadelphia: DobDob-son, 1796 (1)

SMITH, CHARLOTTE TURNER (1749-1806). D'Arcy. A Novel. Philadel-phia: Carey, 1796 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Elegiac Sonnets. (1784) Philadelphia: Dobson, 1787 (1); Seventh Edition. Boston: Spotswood, 1795 (1); First Worces-ter Edition. WorcesWorces-ter: Thomas and Andrews, 1795 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _ _. Montalbert. A Novel. (1795) Volume One. Carlisle, Pennsylvania: Kline for Carey, 1795 (23); In Two Volumes. Phila-delphia: Snowden and McCorkle, for Carey, 1800 (1)

- - . The ROlnance of the Real Life. (1787) Philadelphia: Carey, 1799 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Rural Walks. (1795) Philadelphia: Stephens, 1795 (1) SMOLLETT, TOBIAS GEORGE (1721-1771). The Adventures of Roderick

Random. (1748) Two Volumes. Philadelphia: Carey, 1794 (1) _ _ _ _ _ _. The History and Adventures of Peregrine Pickle.

(1751) Leominster, Massachusetts: Prentiss for Thomas, 1798 (1) _ _ _ _ _ _. The History of England in Six Volumes. (1757-1758) Volumes I-II. Philadelphia: Sweitzer for Campbell, 1796 (1); Volumes III-IV. Philadelphia: Sweitzer for Campbell, 1797 (1); Volume V. Philadelphia: Folwell for Campbell, 1798 (1); Volume VI. Philadelphia: Bioren for Campbell, 1798 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The History of the British Empire. (1757-1758) Two Volumes. Philadelphia: Folwell for Campbell, 1798 (16)

_ _ _ _ _ _. A North Britain Extraordinary. Third Edition. Phila-delphia: Dunlap, 1769 (1)

SOUTHERNE, THOMAS ( 1660-1746). Oroonoko, or the Royal Slave. (1696) Boston: Spotswood, 1794

STANHOPE, PHILIP DORMIER, FOURTH EARL OF CHESTERFIELD

(1694-1773). The Accomplished Gentleman. Philadephia: Spotswood, 1789 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Advice to His Son. (1774) Philadelphia: Bradford and Hall, 1781 (23); Philadelphia: Dobson, 1786 (1); Philadelphia: Dobson, 1789 (1); Wilmington: Adams, 1789 (23); Philadelphia: Bradford, 1794 (1); Philadelphia : Johnson, 1794 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Letters. (1774) Third Edition. Four Volumes. New York: Rivington and Gaine, 1775 (27); Volume One. Boston: Boyle and M'Dougall, 1779 (1); Volume Two. Newburyport: My-call, for Boyle and M'Dougall, 1779 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Lord Chesterfield's Letters. (1774) Providence, 1779 _ _ _ _ _ _. The Life of the Late Earl

01

Chesterfield. Philadelphia:

Sparhawk, 1775 (1)

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Newburyport: Blunt, 1799 (1); Philadelphia: Carey, 1800 (1) _ _"""""'- . Select Letters. Philadelphia: Bell, 1778

STEELE, SIR RICHARD (1672-1729). The Crisis. (1714) Philadelphia: Keimer, 1725 (18)

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Funeral. (1702) New York: Gaine, 1761

STERNE, LAURENCE (1713-1768). The Beauties of Sterne. (1782) Tenth Edition. Philadelphia: Spotswood, 1789 (1); Philadelphia: Seddon, 1790 (1); Philadelphia: Woodhouse, 1791; Eleventh Edition. Bos-ton: Folsom, 1793 (1); Eleventh Edition. BosBos-ton: Folsom for Brewer, 1793 (1)

_ _ _ _ _-. The Koran. Two Volumes. Philadelphia: Bell, 1778 _ _ _ _ _ _. Letters from Yorick to Eliza. (1773) Philadelphia:

Dunlap, 1773 (1); Burlington, Neale, 1792 (1); Burlington, New Jersey: Neale, 1792 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Letters to Intimate Friends. (1775) Philadelphia: Bell, 1778

_ _ _ _ _ _. A Senti'mental Journey through France and Italy.

(1768) Boston: Mein and Fleeming, 1768 (16); Two Volumes in One. Philadelphia: Bell, 1770 (1); Philadelphia: Seddon, 1790 (1); Philadelphia: Woodhouse, 1791; Norwich: Bushnell and Hub-bard, 1792 (1); First Worcester Edition. Worcester: Thomas, 1793 (1); New York: For the Bookseller, 1795 (1); New York: Tiebout and O'Brien, for Smith and Reid, 1795 (43); New York: Reid, 1796 (1)

- - - . The Sermons of Mr. Yorick. (1760) Two Volumes. Philadelphia: Humphreys, 1774 (1)

- - . The Whole Story of the Sorrows of Maria. Second Edition. Boston, 1793 (1); Salem: Dabney, 1793

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Works of Laurence Sterne. (1769) In Five Vol-umes. Philadelphia: Humphreys, 1774 (1); In Six VolVol-umes. Five· Volumes. Philadelphia: Humphreys, 1774 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Yorick's Sentimental Journey. (1768) Philadelphia: Bell, 1771

SWIFT, JONATHAN (1667-1745). The Adventures of Captain Gulliver. (1726) Philadelphia: Young and M'Culloch, 1787 (31); Philadel-phia: Young, 1791; New York: Durell, 1793 (1); Boston: Hall, 1794 (2); Philadelphia: Young, 1794 (32); Fairhaven, 1796 - . A Discourse of the Contests. (1701) Boston, 1728 (1) - - - . The Journal of a Gaming Lady of Quality. (1729) New

York: Parker and Weyman, 1758

- - - . A Sermon on the Trinity. (1790) Portland: Titcomb, 1792 (17)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Three Sermons. (1735) Williamsburg: Parks, 1747 (39)

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Phila-delphia: Woodward, 1797 (1); Wrentham, Massachusetts: Heaton, 1800 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Tancred and Sigismunda. (1745) Boston: Spotswood, 1794

VANBRUGH, SIR JOHN (1664-1726). The Confederacy. A Comedy. (1705) Philadelphia, 1794

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Provoked Husband. (1728) Boston: D. West and J. West, 1794 (1)

- . The Provoked Wife. (1697) New York: Gaine, 1761

WALPOLE, GEORGE, THIRD EARL OF ORFORD (1730-1791). Rise, Cynthia,

Rise. A Favorite Sonnet. Written by the Earl of Orford. Composed by Mr. [James] Hook. Philadelphia: Carr, 1793 (22)

WATTS, ISAAC (1674-1748). The Beauties

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the Late Rev. Dr. Isaac Watts. Elizabethtown: Kollock, 1796 (1); Newburyport: Blunt for

Carey, 1797 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. A Comprehensive Abridgement of Dr. Watts's Lyric

Poems. By Solomon Howe. Northampton, Massachusetts: Wright,

1798 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Directions for the Better Government. Boston, 1729 _ _ _ _ _ _. A Discourse on the Way

0/

Instruction. Boston: Rogers

and Fowle, 1748 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Horae Lyricae. (1706, 1709) Philadelphia: Franklin, 1741; Ninth Edition. Boston: Rogers and Fowle and Blanchard, 1748 (1); Tenth Edition. New York: Parker, 1750 (1); Boston: Fowle and Draper, 1762; Tenth Edition. New York: Gaine, 1762 (1); Twelfth Edition. Boston: Kneeland for Leverett, 1772 (1); Twelfth Edition. Boston: D. Kneeland for Bowes, 1772 (1); Phila-delphia: Bell, 1777; PhilaPhila-delphia: Aitken, 1781 (1); Boston: Hall, 1790 (1); Boston: Hall for Larkin, 1790 (1); Tenth Edition, cor-rected. New York: Gaine, 1792; Philadelphia: Aitken, 1792 (1); Elizabethtown: Kollock, 1793 (1) Exeter: Ranlet, for Thomas and Andrews, 1795 (1); Windham, Connecticut: Byrne, 1798 (1) - . The Improvement of the Mind. (1741) Exeter: Lamson

and Odiorne, for West, 1793 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Logick. (1725) Sixteenth Edition. Philadelphia: Dob-son, 1789 (1); Second American Edition. Newburyport: Barrett, for Thomas and Andrews, 1796 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Miscellaneous Thoughts in Prose and Verse. (1734) First American Edition. Elizabethtown: Kollock, 1796 (1) _ _ _ _ _ _. Reliquiae Juveniles. Miscellaneous Thoughts in Prose

and Verse. (1734) First American Edition. Portsmouth: Pierce for

Blake, 1796 (1)

WESLEY, CHARLES (1707-1788). An Elegy on the Late Rev. George

Whitefield. (1771) Philadelphia: Johnston and Justice, for

Glen-dinning, 1792 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. An Epistle to the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield. (1755) Baltinlore: Adanls, 1790 (28); Philadelphia: Johnston and Justice, 1793 (1)

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WESLEY, JOHN (1703-1791). An Extract from the Rev. Mr. John

Wesley's Journals. Volume One. Philadelphia: Tuckniss for Dickins,

1795 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Primitive Physick. (1747) Twelfth Edition. Philadel-phia: Steuart, 1764 (26); Thirteenth Edition. New York, 1769; Fourteenth Edition. Philadelphia: Crukshank, 1770 (26); Philadel-phia: Crukshank, 1773; PhiladelPhiladel-phia: Crukshank, 1788; Sixteenth Edition. Trenton, 1788 (1); Philadelphia: Prichard and Hall, for Dickins, 1789 (1); Twenty-Second Edition. Philadelphia: Hall for Dickins, 1791 (1)

_""""-- . A Short Account of the Life and Death of John

Fletcher. (1786) New York: Durell, 1795 (1)

_ _ _ _ _-. Thoughts upon Slavery. (1774) Philadelphia: Cruk-shank, 1774 (1); Philadelphia: Story, 1784; Philadelphia: Hall for Dickins, 1792

________. The Works of the Rev. John Wesley. (1771-1774) Volume One. Philadelphia: Steiner, 1783 (1); Volume Three. Phila-delphia: Steiner, 1783 (23)

WEST, GILBERT (1703-1756). A Defense of the Christian Revelation. Boston: Rogers and Fowle, 1749

WILLIAMS, HELEN MARIA (1762-1827). Letters Containing a Sketch of

the Politics of France. (1794) Philadelphia: For Carey, Young,

Dobson, Rices, and Ormond, 1796 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Letters Containing a Sketch of the Scenes Which

Passed in France. (1794) Philadelphia: Snowden and M'Corkle,

1796 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Letters from France. (1790) Volume Two. Boston: Thomas and Andrews, West and Larkin, 1792 (1); Four Volumes in Two. New York: Allen, 1793; Second American Edition. Four Volumes in Two. New York: Allen, 1794 (1)

- . Letters on the French Revolution. (1790) First Ameri-can Edition. Boston: Belknap and Young, 1791 (1)

-""""---. Memoirs of Mons. and Madame Du F. Boston, 1794

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. A Residence in France. Elizabethtown, New Jersey:

Kollock for Davis, 1798 (1)

WOLCOT, JOHN, (1738-1819). Expostulary Odes. (1789) Philadelphia: Spotswood, 1789

- - - _ - - . Hair Powder: A Plaintive Epistle by Peter Pindar. (1795) New York: Smith, 1795 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Instructions to a Celebrated Laureat. By Peter Pind'ar,

Esq. (1787) The Eighth Edition. New York, 1788 (28)

- - - . The Lousiad. (1785) Philadelphia: Hunlphreys, 1786 (1); Philadelphia: Spotswood, 1789 (1)

- - - . Peter Pindar's New Gypsy Song. Composed by Thomas

Wright. Philadelphia: Carr, 1793

- - - . Pindariana; or Peter's Portfolio. Philadelphia: Bache

1794 (1) ,

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( 1); Volume Two. Philadelphia: Spotswood and Rice, 1790 (1); Volumes I-II. Philadelphia: Spotswood and Rice, 1792 (1); Two Volumes. Philadelphia: Spotswood, 1794 (1); Two Volumes: Cin-cinnati: Freeman, 1797

_ _ _ _ _ _. Subjects for Painters. (1789) Philadelphia: Spotswood, 1790(23)

_ _ _ _- - . The Works of Peter Pindar. (1792) In Three Volumes. New York: Wayland, 1793 (17)

WOLLSTONECRAFT, MARY (1759-1797). An Historical and Moral View

of the French Revolution. (1792) Volumes I-II. Philadelphia: Dob-son, 1795 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. Letters Written during a Short Residence in Sweden. (1796) Wilmington, Delaware: Wilson and Johnson, 1796 (1) _ _ _ _ _ _. Maria: or, the Wrongs of Woman. (1788)

Philadel-phia: Carey, 1799 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. A Vindicatlon of the Rights of Woman. (1792) Bos-ton: Edes, for Thomas and Andrews, 1792 (1); Philadelphia: Gib-bons, 1792 (1); Philadelphia: Printed for Matthew Carey, 1794

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YOUNG, EDWARD (1683-1765). The Complaint; or Night-Thoughts.

(1750) Philadelphia: Bell, 1777 (1); Philadelphia: Prichard and Hall, 1787 (1); Newburyport: Mycall, 1789 (1); Philadelphia: Taylor, 1791 (1); Philadelphia: Woodhouse, 1791; Philadelphia: Young, 1791 (1); New York: Tiebout for Bell, 1796 (1); New York: Tiebout for Reid, 1796 (1); Philadelphia: Woodward for Stafford, 1798 (1); Philadelphia: H. and P. Rice, 1800

. Devout Thoughts of the Retired Penitent. Portsmouth: Pierce, 1795

_ _ _ _ _ _. The Last Day. (1713) Philadelphia: Dobson, 1786 (28); Salenl: Cushing, 1790; Elizabethtown: Kollock for Davis, 1797 (1)

. Nocte Cogitata.Charlestown, 1786 (1)

_ _ _ _ _ _. A Poem on the Day of Jud~ment.(1713) New York: Parker and Weyman and Noel, 1753

_ _ _ _ _ _. A Poem on the Last Day. (1713) Sixth Edition. Bos-ton: Fowle, 1753 (1); BosBos-ton: Hall, 1793 (1); BosBos-ton: Hall, 1795

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_ _ _ _ _ _. Resignation. (1761) In Two Parts. Philadelphia: Brad-ford, 1764 ( 1); Philadelphia : James, 1777 ( 19) ; Philadelphia: Story, 1786; Philadelphia: Johnson, 1791 (4); Worcester: Thomas for Thonlas, 1795 (1); Worcester, Massachusetts: Thomas, 1799

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KEY TO THE LOCATIONS OF COLLECTIONS 1. American Antiquarian Society (Worcester, Massachusetts) 2. American Philosophical Society (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 3. Boston Athenaeum

4. British Museum (London)

5. Bostonian Society (Boston, Massachusetts) 6. Brown Universiy (Providence, Rhode Island) 7. Connecticut Historical Society (Hartford) 8. Columbia University (New York)

9. Case-Western Reserve Historical Society (Cleveland, Ohio) 10. D'Alte A. Welch (Cleveland, Ohio)

11. Essex Institute (Salem, Massachusetts)

12. Enoch Pratt Free Library (Baltimore, Maryland)

13. Friends Library, Haverford College (Haverford, Pennsylvania) 14. Garrett Biblical Institute (Evanston, Illinois)

15. Grosvenor Library, Buffalo and Erie County Public Library (Buf-falo, New York)

16. Harvard University

17. Henry E. Huntington Library (San Marino, California) 18. Historical Society of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia) 19. John Carter Brown Library (Providence, Rhode Island) 20. Long Island Historical Society (Brooklyn, New York) 21. Litchfield Historical Society (Litchfield, Connecticut) 22. Library of Congress

23. Library Company of Philadelphia 24. Massachusetts Historical Society (Boston) 25. Maine Historical Society (Portland)

26. National Library of Medicine (Bethesda, Maryland) 27. New York Historical Society (New York)

28. New York Public Library (New York) 29. New York State Library (Albany)

30. Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association (Deerfield, Massachu-setts)

31. Free Library of Philadelphia 32. Princeton University

33. Pennsylvania State Library (Harrisburg) 34. Rhode Island Historical Society (Providence) 35. Schwenkfelder Library (Pennsburg, Pennsylvania) 36. University of Chicago

37. University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) 38. University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia) 39. Virginia Historical Society (Richmond) 40. Virginia State Library (Richmond) 41. Vermont Historical Society (Montpelier) 42. University of Vermont (Burlington)

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