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Page 21 - Containing the Old and New Testaments, translated out of the Original Tongues, and with the former Translations diligently Compared and Revised by His Majesty's Special Command.
Page 21 - Walker's Key to the Classical Pronunciation of Greek, Latin, and Scripture Proper Names.
Page 12 - LOOKING-GLASS FOR THE MIND; Or, Intellectual Mirror. Being an elegant Collection of the most delightful little Stories and interesting Tales ; chiefly translated from that much admired work, L'ami des Enfans. Illustrated with numerous wood-cut• From the twentieth London edition. One volume, 18mo ,50 cents. Forming one of the series of" Tales for the People and their Children.
Page 33 - The Adventures of Christopher Hawkins, containing Details of his Captivity, a first and second time on the High Seas, in the Revolutionary War, by the British, and his consequent sufferings and escape from the Jersey Prison Ship then lying in the harbour of New-York by swimming.
Page 17 - Aonian Muses say, When Man and Nature mourn'd their first decay | When every form of death, and every woe, Shot from malignant stars to earth below ; When Murder bared her arm, and rampant War...
Page 20 - POLAR SCENES exhibited in the Voyages of Heemskirk and Barenz to the Northern Regions; and in the Adventures of Four Russian Sailors at the Island of Spitzbergen.
Page 21 - Juvenile Poems by Thomas Romney Robinson, to which is prefixed a short account of the Author by a Member of the Belfast Literary Society": Belfast, 1806.
Page 23 - CLARKE (Mary Anne). The Rival Princes; or, a Faithful Narrative of Facts, relating to Mrs. MA Clarke's Political Acquaintance with Colonel Wardle, Major Dodd, etc., who were concerned in the charges against the Duke of York. Together with a variety of Authentic and Important Letters and curious and interesting Anecdotes of several persons of political notoriety.