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A discourse concerning a new world & another planet, in 2 bookes

A discourse concerning a new world & another planet, in 2 bookes

Title page with astrological chart and full-length portraits of Copernicus, Galileo, and Kepler. 1640. Engraving by W. Marshall. Illus. in: A Discourse concerning a new world & another plane, 1640. No ref. copy... more

[Title page and page opposite inscribed by John Evelyn to Sir Christopher Wren, of John Evelyn's Acetaria, a Discourse of Sallets. 1699]

[Title page and page opposite inscribed by John Evelyn to Sir Christop...

Illus. in: John Evelyn's Acetaria, a Discourse of Sallets. London, 1699, title page and page opposite. Reference copy may be in LCQJ, Spring 1981, p. 93. This record contains unverified, old data from caption c... more

Map (of county divisions in the Margravate of Azilia), Robert Mountgomery, A discourse concerning ... establishment of a new colony to the South of Carolina, London, 1717

Map (of county divisions in the Margravate of Azilia), Robert Mountgom...

Illus. in: Robert Mountgomery, A discourse concerning ... establishment of a new colony to the South of Carolina, London, 1717, map. No file print. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. ... more

A sober reply in Christian love to a paragraph in Jonathan Edwards's discourse, delivered at New Haven, Sept. 10th, 1741. [New London, Printed by Timothy Green, 1741?].

A sober reply in Christian love to a paragraph in Jonathan Edwards's d...

GB6/30/69. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 3, Folder 9.

A short discourse delivered by Mr. Abraham Camp at the funeral of Amasa Tinkham ... late of Connecticut, who was called to officiate in the holy ministry at Middleborough, where he preached to great satisfaction several months. This pious and le

A short discourse delivered by Mr. Abraham Camp at the funeral of Amas...

Positive Photostat.; Not in Evans. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. 2 duplicate copies Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfo... more

Maurel de Calessanne, May 1788, Discourse Opposing French Judicial Reorganization; in French

Maurel de Calessanne, May 1788, Discourse Opposing French Judicial Reo...

Discourse Opposing French Judicial Reorganization; in French

From the New York Statesman, April 21, 1824. The Common law.- The following letter from the learned president of South Carolina College to Counsellor Sampson, will doubtless be read with interest by all who have perused the valuable discourse of

From the New York Statesman, April 21, 1824. The Common law.- The foll...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 172, Folder 34.

A discourse on dancing, delivered in the Central Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati.

A discourse on dancing, delivered in the Central Presbyterian Church, ...

This book is typical of mid-nineteenth century antidance works. While many writers noted that the Bible contains numerous references to dance, Rice (1807-1877) points out that, in a biblical context, dance was ... more

Sir. You are invited to attend the First annual commemoration of the opening of the Girard College for orphans, on Monday, the first day of January, 1849, when a discourse will be delivered by Job R. Tyson, Esq., at 10 o'clock, A. M., in the lec

Sir. You are invited to attend the First annual commemoration of the o...

Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 155, Folder 17.

God's mercies amidst the monetary embarrassments of our land. A thanksgiving discourse preached in St. John's Church, Thursday, November 26, 1857, by Rev. Charles Burroughs, D. D. [Washington, D. C. 1857].

God's mercies amidst the monetary embarrassments of our land. A thanks...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 203, Folder 8.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a di...

Preface dated April 10, 1813; entered for copyright, April 7, 1814. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy imperfect: p. 53-56 wanting.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a di...

Preface dated April 10, 1813; entered for copyright, April 7, 1814. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy imperfect: p. 53-56 wanting.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a di...

Preface dated April 10, 1813; entered for copyright, April 7, 1814. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy imperfect: p. 53-56 wanting.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a di...

Preface dated April 10, 1813; entered for copyright, April 7, 1814. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy imperfect: p. 53-56 wanting.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a di...

Preface dated April 10, 1813; entered for copyright, April 7, 1814. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy imperfect: p. 53-56 wanting.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a di...

Preface dated April 10, 1813; entered for copyright, April 7, 1814. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy imperfect: p. 53-56 wanting.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a di...

Preface dated April 10, 1813; entered for copyright, April 7, 1814. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy imperfect: p. 53-56 wanting.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a di...

Preface dated April 10, 1813; entered for copyright, April 7, 1814. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy imperfect: p. 53-56 wanting.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a di...

Preface dated April 10, 1813; entered for copyright, April 7, 1814. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy imperfect: p. 53-56 wanting.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a di...

Preface dated April 10, 1813; entered for copyright, April 7, 1814. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy imperfect: p. 53-56 wanting.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a di...

Preface dated April 10, 1813; entered for copyright, April 7, 1814. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy imperfect: p. 53-56 wanting.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a di...

Preface dated April 10, 1813; entered for copyright, April 7, 1814. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy imperfect: p. 53-56 wanting.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a di...

Preface dated April 10, 1813; entered for copyright, April 7, 1814. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy imperfect: p. 53-56 wanting.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a di...

Preface dated April 10, 1813; entered for copyright, April 7, 1814. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy imperfect: p. 53-56 wanting.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a di...

Preface dated April 10, 1813; entered for copyright, April 7, 1814. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy imperfect: p. 53-56 wanting.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a di...

Preface dated April 10, 1813; entered for copyright, April 7, 1814. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy imperfect: p. 53-56 wanting.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a di...

Preface dated April 10, 1813; entered for copyright, April 7, 1814. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy imperfect: p. 53-56 wanting.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a di...

Preface dated April 10, 1813; entered for copyright, April 7, 1814. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy imperfect: p. 53-56 wanting.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a di...

Preface dated April 10, 1813; entered for copyright, April 7, 1814. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy imperfect: p. 53-56 wanting.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a di...

Preface dated April 10, 1813; entered for copyright, April 7, 1814. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy imperfect: p. 53-56 wanting.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a di...

Preface dated April 10, 1813; entered for copyright, April 7, 1814. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy imperfect: p. 53-56 wanting.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a di...

Preface dated April 10, 1813; entered for copyright, April 7, 1814. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy imperfect: p. 53-56 wanting.

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a dialogue between a father and his son; in three parts: I. Containing introduction, with many instructive hints and observations upon many of the most remarkable occurrences, wonders and curiosities in history; with a short account of the four religions of the world, viz., Pagan, Jewish, Mahometan and Christian religion; and a brief account of the Greek church, Popish church, and Protestant church. II. An account of the burning of the theatre in Richmond, December 26, 1811; with observations upon the nature and effects of stage plays, masquerades, balls, puppet shows, horse races, and gambling. III. Reflections upon that conflagration; with a solemn application to people of every rank and character ...

The Richmond alarm: a plain and familiar discourse in the form of a di...

Preface dated April 10, 1813; entered for copyright, April 7, 1814. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LC copy imperfect: p. 53-56 wanting.

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