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Short account of the Malignant Yellow Fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia, (1793.] With a Statement of the Proceedings that took place on the Subject in different parts of the United States. 2d ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1793.

The same, in French. 8vo. Philadelphia.

5th ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1830. Sale Catalogue of Books. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1794. Miscellaneous Trifles in Prose. 18mo. Philadelphia. 1796.

A Plumb Pudding for the Humane, Chaste, Valiant, Enlightened Peter Porcupine. 2d ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1798.

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Desultory Reflections upon the Ruinous Consequences of the Non-renewal of the Charter of the United States Bank. 2d ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1810.

Same. 3d ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1810.

Letters to Adam Seybert, on the Subject of the Renewal of the Charter of the United States Bank. 2d ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1811.

Calm Address to the People of the Eastern States on the Subject of the Representation of Slaves ; the Representation in the Senate; and the Hostility to Commerce ascribed to the Southern States. 12mo. Boston. 1814.

Report on American Manufactures. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1819.

Vindiciae Hibernicae; or Ireland Vindicated. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1819.

Same. 2d ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1823.

Address to Congress, being a View of the Ruinous Consequences of a Dependence on Foreign Markets, for the Sale of Flour, Cotton and Tobacco. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1820.

Same. 2d ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1820.
Sketches of Cotemporaneous History. 8vo.

Memorial to Congress of the Pennsylvania Society for the Encouragement of American Manufactures. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1820.

The New Olive Branch. 2d ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1821.

Address to William Tudor, Esq. author of Letters on the Eastern States, intended to prove the Calumny and Slander of his Remarks on the Olive Branch. 12mo. Philadelphia. 1821.

Address to the Farmers of the United States on the Ruinous Consequences to their Vital Interests of the existing Policy of this Country. 2d ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1821.

The Prospect before us. 4th ed. 12mo. Philadelphia. 1822.
Essays on Political Economy. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1822.

Appeal to Common Sense: Common Justice: or irrefragible Facts opposed to plausible Theories. 2d ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1822.

Political Economist, from Jan. 24, to May 1, 1824. Vol. 1. 8vo. Philadelphia

View of the very great Natural Advantages of Ireland, and the Cruel Policy pursued for Centuries towards that Island. 8vo. Philadelphia. 133.

Examination of a Tract on the Alteration of the Tariff, written by Thomas Cooper. 3d ed. 12mo. Philadelphia. 1824.

Address betore the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, July 20, 1924. 8vo. Philadelphia.

The same. 4th ed. 12mo. Philadelphia. 1824.
The same.

5th ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1827.
Canal Policy. 2d ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1825.

Letters relating to the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1825.

Exhibit of the Shocking Oppression and Injustice suffered for 16 months by John Randall, Contractor for the Eastern Section of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal. 3d ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1825.

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Last Appeal on the same Subject. 2d ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1825.

Same. 3d ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1825.

Essays tending to prove the Ruinous Effects of the Policy of the United States on the three Classes, Farmers, Planters and Merchants, addressed to Edward Livingston, Esq. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1826.

Reflections on the proposed Plan of a College in Philadelphia. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1826.

Address to the Public on the same Subject. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1826.

Reflections on the Subject of Emigration from Europe, with a view of Settlement in the United States. 3d ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1826.

Internal Improvement. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1826.

Cursory Views of the Liberal and Restrictive Systems of Political Economy. 4th ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1826.

Political Economy, being an Examination of the Treasurer's Report. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1826.

Address of the Pennsylvania Society for the Promotion of Manufactures and the Mechanic Arts, to the Public. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1827.

Examination of the Charleston (S. C.) Memorial. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1827.

Memorial of the Citizens of Philadelphia to Congress. 12mo. Philadelphia. 1827.

Preface to Alexander Hamilton's Report on Manufactures, with the Report. 6th ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1827.

Universal Emancipation. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1827.

Address of the Greek Committee to the Citizens of Pennsylvania. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1827.

Letters on Religious Persecution. 4th ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1827.

Emigration from Ireland and Immigration to the United States. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1828.

Matter of Fact versus Messrs. Huskinson and Peel. Svo. Philadelphia. 1828.

Examination of the Boston Report on Free Trade. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1828.

Reflections on the Renewal of the Charter of the Bank of Pennsylvania. 4th ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. circa 1828.

Internal Improvement. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1829.
Protecting System. Evo. Philadelphia. 1829.
African Colonization. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1829.

Common Sense Addresses to the Citizens of the Southern States. 4th ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1829.

Autobiographical Sketches, in a series of Letters. 12mo. Philadelphia.

Essays on Rail Roads. 2d ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1830.
Miscellaneous Essays. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1830.

New Olive Branch. Solemn Warning on the Bank of the Rubicon. 2d ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1830.

Letter to the Editor of the New York Daily Sentinel, on Female Wages. 8vo. March, 1830.

Prospects on and beyond the Rubicon. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1830.

Review of the Evidence of the pretended General Conspiracy of the Roman Catholics of Ireland to Massacre all the Protestants that would not join them on the 230 Oct. 1641. 3d ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1830.

Essays on the Public Charities of Philadelphia. 5th ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1830.

Infant Schools. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1830.
Essays on the Protecting System. 8vo. Philadelphia 1830

Carey, Mathew. Annals of Liberality, Generosity, Public Spirit, &c. 3d series. No. 3. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1830.

Brief View of the System of Internal Improvement of Pennsylvania. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1831.

New Olive Branch: addressed to the Citizens of South Carolina. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1831.

Prospects on the Rubicon. Part Second, being Letters on the Prevailing Excitement in South Carolina. 3d ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1832.

The Tocsin: A Solemn Warning against the Dangerous Doctrine of Nullification. 3d ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1832.

Essay on the Dissolution of the Union threatened by the Nullifiers of South Carolina. Second Part. 3d ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1832.

Address to the Liberal and Humane. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1832.
Dissolution of the Union. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1832.

Olive Branch, No. 3. Or an Enquiry whether an Arrangement is practicable between the Friends and Opposers of the Protecting System. Svo. Philadelphia. 1832.

The Crisis: An Appeal to the Good Sense of the Nation, against the Spirit of Resistance and Dissolution of the Union. 3d ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1832.

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Looking Glass for the Nullifiers. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1832
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Letters on the Colonization Society and its Probable Results. 7th ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1832.

Same. 7th ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1833.
Prospects beyond the Rubicon. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1833.
Same subject continued. 2d series. 8vo. 1833.

Appeal to the Wealthy of the Land, Ladies as well as Gentlemen, on the Character, Conduct, Situation and Prospects of those, whose sole Dependence for Subsistence is on the Labour of their Hands. 2d ed. 8vo. Philadelphia. 1833.

Strictures on Mr. Lee's Exposition of Evidence on the Sugar Duty, in behalf of the Committee appointed by the Free Trade Convention.

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