Catalogue of the books belonging to the Mercantile Library Association of the city of New-York: to which are prefixed, the constitution and the rules and regulations of the same

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Page 4 - It shall meet at least once in each month for the transaction of business ; and, at the annual meeting, report its proceedings for the past year, and the state of the concerns of the association.
Page 25 - The Eloquence of the British Senate ; being a Selection of the best Speeches of the most distinguished Parliamentary Speakers, from the beginning of the Reign of Charles I. to the present Time : with Notes, biographical, critical, and explanatory.
Page 46 - The History of Modern Europe : with a View of the Progress of Society, from the Rise of the Modern Kingdoms to the Peace of Paris, in 1763.
Page 48 - FAY, HA Collection of the official Accounts, in Detail, of all the Battles fought by Sea and Land, between the Navy and Army of the United States, and the Navy and Army of Great Britain, during the years 1812, 13, 14 and 15. New York, 1817.
Page 4 - SCIENTIFIC DIALOGUES ; intended for the Instruction and Entertainment of Young People ; in which the first principles of Natural and Experimental Philosophy are fully explained, by the Rev.
Page 6 - PRIVATE MEMOIRS relative to the last year of the reign of Lewis the Sixteenth, late King of France.
Page 55 - M'HENRY, MD One volume, 18mo. Bennett's (Rev. John) Letters to a Young Lady, ON A VARIETY OF SUBJECTS CALCULATED TO IMPROVE THE HEART, TO FORM THE MANNERS, AND ENLIGHTEN THE UNDERSTANDING. "That our daughters may be as polished corners of the temple.
Page 15 - Letters on Egypt, containing a parallel between the manners of its ancient and modern inhabitants, its commerce, agriculture, government and religion, with the descent of Louis ix at Damietta, extracted from Joinville and Arabian authors.
Page 14 - History of the United States, From their first Settlement as Colonies to the close of the Administration of Mr. Madison in 1817.
Page 41 - Co. propose to publish, by subscription, a Geographical and Historical View of the World : exhibiting a complete delineation of the natural and artificial features of each country ; and a succinct narrative of the origin of the different nations, their political revolutions, and progress in arts, sciences, literature, commerce, ftc. The whole comprising all that is important in the geography of the globe and the history of mankind. By John Bigland, author of Letters on Ancient and Modern History,...

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