Noyes, Thomas. See Badger, Mrs.

Two Fast Sermons at Needham, (Mass.] April 6, 1809. Svo. Dedham. 1809.

Sermon at Needham, March 12, 1815, on the Death of Mrs. Clarissa Allen. Svo. Dedham. 1815.

Address at Needham, April 19, 1815, before a Military Company of Exempts. 8vo. Dedham. 1815. Noyes, Rev. Mr. Sermon delivered by the Rev. Mr. N-0-Y-E-S in 1707, and

taken down in Short Hand. 12mo. 1785. Noyes, John. Oration July 4, 1811, at Brattleborough, Vt. 8vo. Brattle

borough. Noyes, George R. Amended Version of the Book of Job, with an Introduction, &c. 8vo. Cambridge. 1827.

Address at Brookfield, (Mass.] in Support of the Principles of the Temperance Reformation, Feb. 26, 1833. 12mo. Brookfield. 1833. Nugent, Nicholas. Case of. Late Lieutenant in the First Regiment of Foot

Guards. 8vo. London. 1776. Nullification. See Tariff. Nullification Unmasked.

Essays on. Nuttall, Thomas. Journal of Travels into the Arkansa Territory in 1819. 8vo.

Philadelphia. 1821. Nye, Philip. Lawfulness of the Oath of Supremacy and Power of the King in Ecclesiastical Affairs. 4to. London. 1683.

The best Fence against Popery, or a Vindication of the Power of the King in Ecclesiastical Affairs. 4to. London. 1686. Nye, Jonathan. Sermon before the Grand Lodge of Vermont, at Windsor,

Oct. 8, 1811. Svo. Keene, N. H. 1811.





OAKES, URIAN. The Unconquerable, All-Conquering, and more-than-Conquer

ing Souldiers. Massachusetts Artillery Election Sermon. 4to. Cambridge. 1672.

New England Pleaded with, and pressed to consider the things which concern her Peace. 4to. Cambridge. 1673. Oaths. The Case of, stated. 4to. London. 1689.

of Supremacy. Lawfulness of. 4to.
of Abjuration. Letter to the Right Honorable the E-of-

- concerning. 12mo. 1716.

A Disengag’d Survey of the Engagement. In the Oaths of Allegiance and Supremacy. 4to. London. 1650.

Hardships Occasioned by the Oaths to the Present Government Considered and Argued. By a Well-Wisher, &c. 4th ed. 12mo. London. 1716.

See Test. Obi, or the History of Three Fingered Jack. 12mo. Worcester. 1804. Ober, Robert. Letter to the Saints and Faithful Brethren in Christ Jesus,

throughout the Earth. Svo. June 25, 1825. O Brien, Paul. Address to the Gaelic Society of Dublin, (in Gaelic.] See Gae

lic Society. Obligations of Human Laws Discussed. By J. H. 16mo. London. 1671. Observations on the Justificative Memorial of the Court of London. 4to. Philadelphia. 1781.

on a Pamphlct, entitled, An Answer to one Part of a late Infamous Libel, &c. In a Letter to Mr. P. 8vo. London. 1731. Ocane, Francis. The Government and Laws of every Country, are the Effect,

not the Cause of the Condition of the People. 8vo. Charleston, S. C. 1819. Occasional Paper. 2d ed. 2 vols. 12mo. London. 1716-18. Occasional Thoughts on the Influence of the Spirit. 8vo. Boston. 1742. Occasional Writer, in Five Nurnbers. 12mo. London. 1727. Occum, Sampson. Sermon at the Execution of Moses Paul, at New Haven, (Ct.] Sept. 2, 1772. 8vo. Boston. 1773.

The Same. 8vo. Salem, Mass. 1773. Occurrences of the Times : or, The Transactions of Four Days. A Farce.

12ino. Oclandus, Christophorus: Eirenarchia, sive Elizabetha. 16mo. London. 1582.

Anglorum Praclia ab anno Dom. 1327, anno nimirum pri:no inclytissimi Principis Edwardi ejus Nominis III, usque ad annum 1558,

etc. 16mo. London. 1582. O'Conner, John. Anecdotes of Lewis XVI. tr. from the French. 12mo. New

York. 1785. Oddy, J. Jepson. Sketch for the Improvement of Political, Commercial, and lo

cal Interests of Britain, as Exemplified by the Inland Navigations of Europe, in general, and of England in particular. 8vo. London. 1810.


Odlin, John. Sermon at the Ordination of Ward Clark, at Kingston, [Mass.)

Sept. 29, 1725. Boston. 1727. Odessa. Account of, tr. from the French. Svo. Newport, R. I. 1819. Occonomy of Human Life. tr. from an Indian Inuscript, written by an Ancient Bramin. Norwich, Con. 1781.

The Same. 7th ed. 8vo. Boston. 1752. O'Flanagan, Theophilus. Advice to a Prince, by Thaddy Mac Brody, or Mac

Brodin, son of Dary, being the Inauguration O 'e of Donach O'Brien ; with an English Translation in Verse, Notes and Observations. See Gaelic Society. Vol. 1.

Institutio Principis, Carmen Hibernicun, Auctore Thaddeo, Filio Darii, Filio Brodaei, Latina Versione Verbum Verbo fideliter redditum, cum Notis. Vide Gaelic Society. Vol. I.

Deidri, or the Lamentable Fate of the Sons of Usnach. tr. from the Original Gaelic, MS. with Notes and Observations. To which is added the Old Historic Account of the Facts, on which the story is founded.

See Gaelic Society. Vol. 1. Ogden, John Cosens. Sermon before the Colunibian Lodge, at Nottingham, N. H. Sept. 7, 1790. 8vo. Portsmouth. 1791.

New Hampshire Election Sermon. 8vo. Concord. 1790.

Letters occasioned by the Publication of a Private Epistolary Correspondence begin by Samuel Macclintock. Svo. Boston. 1791.

Address at the opening of the Portsmouth Academy. Evo. Portsmouth. 1791. Ogilby, John. America. fol. London. 1671.

See China. Ogilvie, John. Sermon before the Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian

Knowledge, with an Appendix. 8vo. Aberdeen. 1803. Oglan, Kara Selym. The Conduct of the Christians made the Sport of Infidels.

In a Letter to the Grand Mufti of Constantinople. 16mo. Dublin. 1718. O'Hara, Kane. Midas; a Burletta. 12mo. Boston. Ohio. Letter to a Friend giving a concise, but just Account, according to the

advices hitherto received, of the Ohio Defeat, by T. W. dated at Boston, Aug. 25, 1755. 8vo. London. 1755.

Articles of an Association by the Name of the Ohio Company. 12mo. Worcester. 1786.

An Explanation of the Map which delineates that part of the Federal Lands comprehended between Pennsylvania West Line, the Ohio and Scioto Rivers and Lake Erie. 8vo. Salem, Mass. 1787. and Mississippi Navigator. 3rd ed. 12mo. Pittsburgh, Pen. 1802.

Journal of the House of Representatives of the Territory of the United States, North West of the River Ohio, at the Second Session of the First Assembly of. 8vo. Chillicothe. 1800.

Register and Western Calendar for 1818, by William Lusk. No. 2. 1?mo. Columbus.

An Act to Incorporate Medical Societies, for the purpose of regulating the Practice of Physic and Surgery in, &c. 8vo. Columbus. 1829.

See St. Clair and Randolph; Scioto.
Report of the Canal Cominissioners. 8vo. Columbus. 1826.

Celebration of the forty seventh Anniversary of the first Settlement of. 8vo. Cincinnati. 1835. O'Keeffe, John. The Agreeable Surprise. Comic Opera. 12mo. New York.

1786. Okey, John. See Barkstead, J. Olcott, Bulkley. Brotherly Love and Friendship, explained and recommended.

Masonic Sermon at Charlestown, N. H. Dec. 27, 1781. 4to. Westminster, Vt.

1782. Oldmixon, John. History of England during the Reigns of King William and

Queen Mary and King George: being the Sequel of the Reign of the Stuarts. fol. London. 1735.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

Olds, Gamaliel S. Inaugural'Oration at Williams's College, (Mass.] Oct 14, 1806. Svo. Stockbridge. 1806.

Statement of Facts, relative to his appointment to the Office of Professor of Chemistry in Middlebury College, Vt. Svo. Greenfield, Mass.

1818. Dliver, Daniel. Address before the Temperance Society, of the Medical Class

in Dartmouth College, Oct. 31, 1832. Svo. Windsor, Vt. Oliver, Peter. Speech in the New Court House at Plymouth, (Mass.) May 15,

1750, on the Death of Isaac Lothrop, Esq. 4to. Boston. 1750. Oliver, Thomas F. Masonic Discourse at Providence, Jan. 1, 1784. 4to. Provi

dence. Oliver, Andrew, Jun. Essay on Comets. 8vo. Salem, Mass. 1772.

Theory of Lightnings and Thunder Storms. Amer. Phil. Tr. Vol. 2

Theory of Water Spouts. (ib.] Oliver, Andrew. (Lieut. Gov.] Letters. See Hutchinson, T. Oliver, Benjamin L. Hints for an Essay on the Pursuit of Happiness. 8vo.

Cambridge, Mass. 1818. Ollyffe, John. Brief Defence of Infant Baptism: with an Appendix. 4to. Lon

don. 1694. Olney, J. Practical System of Modern Geography, with an Atlas. 14th ed.

12ino. Hartford. 1833. O'Meara, Barry E. Napoleon in Exile: or a Voice from St. Helena. 4th ed.

2 vols. 12mo. Boston. 1823. Omphalius, Jacobus. De Elocutionis Imitatione ac Apparatu. 16mo. 1572. Onania; or the Heinous Sin of Self-Pollution. 12mo. Boston. 1724.

The Same. 12mo. Boston. 1742. Onderdonk, Henry U. Sermon at New York, on the Consecration of J. H. Hop

kins, Bp. of Vermont; B. B. Smith, Bp. of Kentucky : C. P. Mcllvaine, Bp. of

Ohio, and G. W. Doane, Bp. of New Jersey. 8vo. New York. 1832. Onderdonk, John. Inaugural Address before the Medical Society of the County

of New York, Aug. 8, 1825. 8vo. New York. 1825. Onis, Luis De. Memoirs upon the Negotiations between Spain and the United

States. tr. from the Spanish, by T. Watkins. Evo. Washington. 1821. O'Neale, Philom. True Demands of the Rebels of Ireland, declaring the causes

of their taking up Armes. 4to. London. 1611. Oppression. A Poem. By an American. With Notes by a North Briton. Svo. Boston. 1765.

The Same. 8vo. New York. 1765. Orange, Prince of. See William. Oratio Dominica. POLYGLOTTOS POLYMORPHOS. Nimirum plus centum Linguis

Versionibus aut Characteribus, Reddita et Expressa. 4to. London. 1713. Ordeal. A Critical Journal of Politics and Literature. Vol. l. Svo. Boston.

1809. Ordinaire L’, de la Sainte Messe en Francois. 16mo. Rochelle. 1682. Ordination. See Presbyterian. Orlandos, Johannis and Andreas Luriottis. Report of the Evidence and Reasons

of the Award between them and Le Roy, Bayard, &c. By the Arbitrators.

8vo. New York. O'Reilly, Bernard. Greenland, the Adjacent Seas, and the North West Passage

to the Pacific Ocean, in 1817. 8vo. New York. 1818. Orne, Henry. Oration at Boston, July 4, 1820. 8vo. Boston. 1820. Orr, Benjamin. Oration at Bedford, [Mass.] Feb. 22, 1800, on the Death of

George Washington. 8vo. Amherst, N. H. 1800. Orr, Hector. Oration at Bridgwater, (Mass.] Oct. 1, 1801, before the Columbian Society. 8vo. Boston. 1801.

History of Free Masonry Masonic Discourse at Bridgwater, June 30, 1797. 8vo. Boston. 1798. Ortis, Jacopo. Ultime Lettere de, aggiuntovi T Sepolcri E Poesie di Ugo Fos

colo. ed 5ta. 12ino. Milano. 1817. Osborne, Peter. Oration to the People of Color, of New Haven, assembled at

Wallingford, to Celebrate the Fourth of July. 8vo. New Haven. 1835.

[ocr errors]
« VorigeDoorgaan »