A Catalogue of the Library of Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts ... First Supplement: Supplement (Google eBook)

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E.W. Metcalf, 1834 - Academic libraries - 260 pages
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Page 83 - PASTON LETTERS. ORIGINAL LETTERS, written during the Reigns of Henry VI., Edward IV., and Richard III., by various Persons of Rank or Consequence.
Page 133 - Liberal Education, or a Practical Treatise on the Methods of acquiring Useful and Polite Learning; 8vo.
Page 33 - Considerations on the Measures carrying on with respect to the British Colonies in North America (1774).
Page 164 - New England's Memorial ; or, A brief relation of the most memorable and remarkable passages of the providence of God, manifested to the planters of New- England in America ; with special reference to the first colony thereof, called NewPlimouth.
Page 220 - A VIEW OF THE ELEMENTARY PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATION FOUNDED ON THE STUDY OF THE NATURE OF MAN.
Page 156 - History of Hindostan ; its Arts and its Sciences, as connected with the History of the other great Empires of Asia, during the most ancient Periods of the World ; with numerous illustrative Engravings,
Page 115 - A System of the Shipping and Navigation Laws of Great Britain; And of the Laws Relative to Merchant Ships and Seamen; and Maritime Contracts.
Page 220 - A Practical Treatise on the Law of Evidence, and Digest of Proofs in Civil and Criminal Proceedings.
Page 200 - Letters and Memoirs Relating to the War of American Independence, and the Capture of the German Troops at Saratoga.
Page 157 - Memoirs of Sir James Melvil of Hall-hill, containing an Impartial Account of the Most Remarkable Affairs of State during the Last Age, not mentioned by other Historians ; more particularly Relating to the Kingdoms of England and Scotland under the Reigns of Queen Elizabeth, Mary Queen of Scots, and King James, In all which Transactions the Author was Personally and Publicly Concerned.

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