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Discovery, Settling, and the Government | Thereof to this Time.

| With several Remarkable Passages of Divine | Providence during my Time. By John Archdale: Late Governour of the same. London : 1 Printed for John Wyat, at the Rose in St. Paul's ChurchYard. 1707. / Sm. 4to.

Collation: Half-title, 1 leaf; Title, 1 leaf; To the Reader, pp. (3); 1 p. blank; text, pp. 1–32.

BACKUS (I.). A History | of New-England, With particular Reference to the Denomination of Christians, called | Baptists. Containing | The first principles and settle- ; ments of the Country;

: The rise and increase of the : Baptist Churches therein ; : The intension of Arbitrary Power | under the cloak of Religion ; : The Christian Testimonies of the Baptists and others a- | gainst the same, with their | Sufferings under it, from the Beginning to the present Time. Collected from most authentic Records and Writings, both Ancient and Modern. | By Isaac Backus, Pastor of the first Baptist Church in Middleborough. | Vol. I. /.../.../..../.... | Boston: | Printed by Edward Draper, at his | Printing- | Office in Newberry-Street, and sold | by Philip | Freeman, in Union-Street. 1777. | 5

Collation : Vol. I. Title, 1 leaf; Preface, pp. (6); text, pp. 1–544; Appendix, pp. 1-15; Errata, 1 p.

Vol. II. Title, 1 leaf; Preface, pp. iii-ix; Index, pp. x-xvi; text, pp. 1-432.

Vol. III. Title, 1 leaf; Preface, pp. iii-vi; Contents, pp. (2); text, pp. 9–334; Advertisement, 1 leaf. The title to Volume II. reads : A CHURCH | HISTORY OF | NEW-ENGLAND. VOL. II. | EXTENDING FROM 1690, To 1784. INCLUDING | A CONCISE VIEW OF THE AMERICAN WAR, AND OF THE CONDUCT OF THE BAPTISTS THEREIN, WITH THE PRESENT STATE OF THEIR CHURCHES. | By Isaac BACKUS, | PASTOR OF A CHURCH IN MIDDLEBOROUGII.............. | Provilence, Printed by John Carter, and sold | by Philip Freeman, in Union-Street, Boston. 1784. |

The title to volume III. reads: A | CHIURCH HISTORY OF | NEW-ENGLAND. | EXTENDING FROM 1783 to 1796. CONTAINING | AN ACCOUNT OF THE RELIGIOUS AF-FAIRS OF THE COUNTRY, AND OF OPPRESSIONS THEREIN ON RELIGIOUS ACCOUNTS; WITH A PARTICULAR HISTORY OF THE BAPTIST CHURCHES IN THE FIVE STATES OF NEW ENGLAND. | VOL. III. | By Isaac Backus, | Pastor OF A CHURCH IN MIDDLEBOROUGH........... Boston: | Printed by Manning & Loring. | Sold by S. Hall, No. 53, Cornhill, and by Manning f Loring | in Spring Lane. | 1796.

BELKNAP (J.). The History of New-Hampshire. By Jeremy Belknap, D.D. Dover : Printed for 0. Crosby and J. Varney, by J. Mann and J. R. Remick. 1812. 8vo. 3 volumes.

Collation : Vol. I. 1 folding map; Title, 1 p. ; Copyright, 1 p.; Preface, pp. iii-vi; Contents, vii-viii; text, pp. 9–288; Appendix, pp. 289–351.

Vol. II. Title, 1 p. ; Copyright, 1 p. ; Preface, pp. iii-xiii; Contents, pp. xiv-xvi; text, pp. 17–368; Appendix, pp. 369-377.

Vol. III. Title, 1 p.; Copyright, 1 p. ; Preface, pp. iii-vii; Contents, 1 p. ; text, pp. 9-251; Appendix, pp. 252–354. These volumes not yet having been returned by the binder in London, a full description is unavoidably omitted.

BENZONI (G.). La Historia del Mondo Nvovo | di M. Girolamo Benzoni | Milanese. Laqval tratta delle | Isole, & mari nuouamente ritrouati, et delle nuoue Città da lui proprio Vedute, / per acqua, & per terra in quattordeci anni. | Nuouamente ristampata, et illustrata con la giunta d'alcune cose notabile dell'Isole di Canaria. Con Privilegio. | [Printer's device.] | In Venetia, Ad instantia di Pietro, & Francesco | Tini, fratelli. M.D.LXXII. | [Colophon.] In Venetia, / Appresso gli heredi di | Giovan Maria Bonelli. | M.D.LXXII. | 16mo.

7 Collation: Title, 1 leaf; Dedication, pp. (3); “ Tavola,” pp. (2); Portrait of Benzoni, 1 p.; text, folios 1-179; Colophon, 1 leaf. 18 cuts in the text.

[BEVERLEY (Robert)]. The History | and | Present State of | Virginia, | In Four Parts. | I. The History of the First Settlement of Virginia, and the Government there- | of, to the present Time. | II. The Natural Productions and Conveni- | encies of the Country, suited to Trade and Improvement. | III. The Native Indians, their Religion, Laws, I and Customs, in War and Peace. | IV. The present State of Country, as to the Polity of the Government, and the Improvements of the Land. | By a Native and Inhabitant of the Place. | London: | Printed for R. Parker, at the Vnicorn, under the Piazza's | of the Royal-Exchange. MDCCV. | 16mo.

8 Collation : Frontispiece, 1 leaf; Title, 1 leaf; Preface, pp. (6); text, pp. 1–104, 1-40, 1–64, after p. 50; 1 leaf folded ; 1-83; 1 p. blank; Table, pp. 1-16, (3); Errata, 1 p.; 14 copper-plates.

A | BILL | in the Chancery of New-Jersey, | At the Suit of | John Earl of Stair, and others, Proprietors of the Eastern-Division of New-Jersey ; | Against Benjamin Bond and some other Persons of Elizabeth- | Town, distinguished by the Name of Clinker Lot Right Men. | With | Three large Maps, done from Copper-Plates. / To which is added ; | The Publications of | The Council of Proprietors of East New-Jersey, | And Mr. Nevill's Speeches to the General Assembly, | Concerning | The Riots committed in New-Jersey, | And | The Pretences of the Rioters, and their Seducers. These Papers will give a better Light into the History and Constitution of New- | Jersey, than any Thing hitherto published, the Matters whereof have been chiefly | collected from Records. | Published by Subscription. | Printed by James Parker, in New-York, 1747; and a few Copies are to be Sold by him, and Benjamin Franklin, in Philadelphia ; Price bound, and Maps coloured, | Three Pounds; plain and stitcht only, Fifty Shilling, Proclamation Money. | Folio.

9 Collation : Title, 1 p. ; Errata, 1 p.; The Bill, pp. 3-81 ; Schedules, i-xiv, pp. 82-124; 3 Maps folded (Engraved by James Turner of Boston); Publications of the Council (1), March 25, 1746, pp. 1-11; (2) March 25, 1747, pp. 13-24 [for 23, there being no p. 16]; (3) Sept. 14, 1747, pp. 25-39; “ Reprinted from the New York Weekly Post-Boy of May 19, 1746," pp. (2); “ Reprinted. . . . Post-Boy of May 26, 1746,” pp. (2); Reprint of first page of the New York Gazette of March 7, 1747-48, 1 leaf.

BISHOPE (G). New-England Judged, | by the Spirit of the Lord. In Two Parts. First, Containing a Brief Relation of the Sufferings of the People call'd Quakers in New-England, from the

| Time of their Arrival there, in the Year 1656, to the Year 1660. Wherein their Merciless Whippings, | Chainings, Finings, Imprisonings, Starvings, Burning in the Hand, Cutting off Ears, and Putting to Death, with divers other Cruelties, inflicted upon the Bodies of In- | nocent Men and Women, only for Conscience-sake, are | briefly described. In Answer to the Declaration of their | Persecutors Apologizing for the same, MDCLIX. | Second Part, Being a farther Relation of the Cruel and Bloody Sufferings of the People call'd Quakers in New England, Continued from anno 1660 to anno 1665. Be- | ginning with the Sufferings of William Leddra, whom they put to Death. | Formerly Published by George Bishop, and now somewhat Abreviated. With an Appendix, | Containing the Writings of several of the Sufferers; with some Notes, shewing the Accomplishment of their Pro- phesies; and a Postscript of the Judgments of God, that

| have befallen divers of their Persecutors. Also, | An Answer to Cotton Mather's Abuses of the said People, in his late History of New-England, Printed anno 1702. | The whole being at this time Published in the said Peoples | Vindication, as a Reply to all his Slanderous Calumnies. ....... | London, Printed and Sold by T. Sowle, in White- | Hart-Court in Gracious-Street, 1703. | 16mo. 10 Collation : Title, 1 leaf; To the Unprejudiced Reader, pp. (6); Title, 1 leaf; text, pp. 1-231. Appendix, Title, 1 leaf; pp. 235-498; Whiting's Truth and Innocency Defended, Title, 1 leaf; pp. 3–212; Index, pp. (9); Errata, 1 p. ; List of Books, pp. (2). The second title and those of the Appendix and Truth and Innocency Defended read : NEW-ENGLAND JUDGED, | NOT BY MAN'S, BUT THE SPIRIT OF THE LORD:

| AND THE SUM SEALED UP OF NEW-ENGLAND'S | PERSECUTIONS. | BEING A
BRIEF RELATION OF THE SUFFERINGS OF THE PEOPLE CALLED QUAKERS IN
THOSE PARTS OF AMERICA, FROM THE BEGINNING OF THE 5TH MONTII, 1656. (THE
| TIME OF THEIR FIRST ARRIVAL AT BOSTON FROM EN- GLAND) TO THE LATTER
END OF THE 10Tu MONTH, 1660. WHEREIN | THE CRUEL WHIPING AND SCOURG-
INGS, BONDS AND IMPRISON- | MENTS, BEATINGS AND CHAININGS, STARVINGS AND
HUNTINGS, I FINES AND CONFISCATION OF ESTATES, BURNING IN THE HAND AND
CUTTING OFF EARS, ORDERS OF SALE FOR BOND-MEN AND BOND-WOMEN, BANISH-
MENT UPON PAIN OF DEATH, AND PUT- | TING TO DEATH OF THOSE PEOPLE, ARE
SHORTLY TOUCHED: WITH A RELATION OF THE MANNER, AND SOME OF THE OTHER
MOST | MATERIAL PROCEEDINGS; AND A JUDGMENT THEREUPON. IN ANSWER
TO A CERTAIN PRINTED PAPER, INTITULED, A DECLARATION OF THE GENERAL-
COURT OF THE MASSACHUSETS, HOLDEN AT Boston, THE 18TI | OF OCTOBER, 1658.
APOLOGIZING FOR THE SAME. | By GEORGE BISHOPE................
.... | London, Printed in the Year 1661. And now | Re-printed, 1707. |

AN APPENDIX TO THE BOOK, ENTITULED, | NEW-ENGLAND JUDG’D: | BEING CERTAIN WRITINGS OF THOSE PERSONS WHICH WERE THERE EXECUTED. | WRITTEN BY THEM IN THE TIME OF THEIR IM- | PRISONMENT, IN THE BLOODY TOWN OF | Boston. | London, | Printed and Sold by T. Sówle, in White-Hart- | Court, in Gracious-Street, 1702. ||

Truth AND INNOCENCY | DEFENDED ; | AGAINST | FALSEHOOD AND ENVY:1 AND THE MARTYRS OF JESUS, AND SUFFERERS FOR HIS SAKE, VINDICATED. | IN ANSWER TO COTTON MATHER (A PRIEST OF BOSTON) His CALUMNIES, LYES AND ABUSES | OF THE PEOPLE CALLED QUAKERS, IN HIS LATE CHURCH-HISTORY OF New-ENGLAND. WITH REMARKS AND OBSERVATIONS ON SEVERAL Pas- | SAGES IN THE SAME, AND HIS CONFESSIONS TO THE JUST JUDGMENTS OF GOD ON THEM. By John WHITING. .......................... | London, Printed and Sold by T. Sowle, in | White-Hart-Court, in Gracious-Street, 1702. |

BLACKSTONE (W.). Commentaries | on the Laws of England. | In Four Books. | By | Sir William Blackstone, Knt. Printed from the British Copy, | Page for Page with the Last Edition. I America : | Printed for the Subscribers, | By Robert Bell, at the late Union Library, in Third-street, | Philadelphia. MDCCLXXI. | 8vo. 4 volumes.

11 Collation : Vol. I. Title, 1 leaf; Dedication, 1 leaf; Preface, pp. i-ii; Contents, pp (2); Half-title, 1 leaf; Text, pp. 3-485.

Vol. II. Title, 1 leaf; Contents, pp. (5); 1 p. blank; text, pp. 1-520; Appendix, pp. i-xix.

Vol. III. Title, dated MDCCLXII, 1 leaf; Contents, pp. (5); 1 p. blank; text, pp. 1-455; To the Encouragers of Literature, 1 p.; Appendix, pp. i-xxvii.

Vol. IV. List of Subscribers, pp. (22); Title, 1 leaf; Contents, pp. (5); 1 p. blank; text, 1-436; Appendix, i-vii; 1 p. blank; Index, pp. (43).

[BLENMAN (Jonathan)]. Remarks on the | Trial of JohnPeter Zenger, | Printer of the New-York Weekly Journal, | Who was lately Try'd and Acquitted for | Printing and Publishing Two Libels | Against the Government of that Province. London: Printed for J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, MDCCXXXVIII. | (Price One Shilling.) | Sm. 4to, Title, 1 leaf; Preface, pp. iïi-iv; Remarks, pp. 1–27.

12 THE BOOK of Common Prayer, | And Administration of the Sacraments, and other | Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, according to the use of the Church of England : | Together with | A Collection of Occasional Prayers, and divers Sentences of Holy Scripture, | Necessary for Knowledge and Practice. Formerly collected, and translated into the Mohawk Language under the direction of the Missionaries of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, to the Mohawk | Indians. | A new Edition : | To which is added | The Gospel according to St. Mark, , Translated into the Mohawk Language, | By Capt”. Joseph Brant, | An Indian of the Mohawk Nation. | London :) Printed by C. Buckton, Great Pultney Street, Golden Square, 1787. | 12mo.

13 Collation : English title, 1 leaf; Mohawk title, 1 leaf; Preface (in English), pp. i-iii; Contents, double column, English and Mohawk, 1 p.; text, alternate pages Eng. lish and Mohawk, pp. 2–505; Observations, 1 p. ; 19 plates. The Mohawk title reads thus: NE YAKAWEA | YONDEREANAYENDAGHKWA OGUSERAGWEGOUH, NEONI YAKAWEA | NE ORIGHWADOGEAGHTY YONDATNEKOSSERAGHS | NEONI | TEKARIGHWAGENHADONT, | OYA ONI | ADEREANAYENT, | NE TEAS NIKARIWAKE | RADITSIHUHSTATSYGOWA | RONADERIGHWISSONI | GORAGHGOWA A-ONEA RODANHAOUI. ONI, WATKANISSA-AGATOH | ODDYAKE ADEREANAYENT, | NEONI TSINIYOGHT-HARE NE KAGHYADOGHSERADOQEAGHTY, NEWAHÒENY AKOYENDARAKE NEONI AHHONDATTERIHHONNY. | A-ONEA WADIROROGHKWE, NEONI TEKAWEANADÈNNYOH KANYEN- | KCHÀGA TSIKAWEANONDAGHKO, NE NEANE RADITSIHUISTATSY NE RADIRIGHWAWAKOUGHKGÒWA RONADANHÀ-OUH, KANYENKE WAON- | DYE TSI-RADINAKERONNYO ONGWE-OEWE. | KEAGAYE ASE YONDEREANAYENDAGIKWA. ONI TAHOGHSONDEROH | ST. MARK RAORIGHWADOGEAGHTY, TEKAWEANADENNYOH KANYENKEHÀGA RAKOWANEA | T'HAYENDANEGEA, | ROEWAYATS. | London :| Karistodarho C. Buckton, Great Pultney Street, | Golden Square. 1787. |

BOSTON. The Votes and Proceedings of the Freeholders and other Inhabitants of the Town of Boston, | In Town Meeting

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