Biblio

Search
Export 627 results:
Author Title [ Year(Asc)]
Filters: First Letter Of Title is P  [Clear All Filters]

1804

Humphreys, David(1752-1818). "A Poem on the Future Glory of the United States of America" In The Miscellaneous Works of David Humphreys: Late Minister Plenipotentiary from the United States of America to the Court of Madrid. New York: Ptd. by T.& J. Swords, 1804.
Humphreys, David(1752-1818). "A Poem on the Industry of the United States of America" In The Miscellaneous Works of David Humphreys: Late Minister Plenipotentiary from the United States of America to the Court of Madrid. New York: Ptd. by T.& J. Swords, 1804.

1797

"Proceedings in a Female Parliament" In The Time Piece; and Literary Companion . Vol. 1.9., 1797.

1793

[Rush], [Benjamin](1745-1813). "A plan of a Peace Office for the United States" In Banneker's Almanack, and Ephemeris for the Year of Our Lord 1793. Philadelphia, PA: Joseph Crukshank, 1793.

1787

[Rush], [Benjamin](1745-1813). "The Paradise of Negro-Slaves.--a dream" In The Columbia Magazine: or Monthly Miscellany. Vol. 1.5., 1787.

1786

[Rush], [Benjamin](1745-1813). A Plan for the Establishment of Public Schools and the Diffusion of Knowledge in Pennsylvania to which are added thoughts upon the mode of education, proper in a republic. Addressed to the Legislature and Citizens of the State In A Plan for the Establishment of Public Schools and the Diffusion of Knowledge in Pennsylvania to which are added thoughts upon the mode of education, proper in a republic. Addressed to the Legislature and Citizens of the State . Philadelphia, PA: Ptd. for Thomas Dobson, 1786.

1778

[Rittenhouse], [David](1732-96). "A Prophecy of the future Glory of America" In The Lancaster Almanack for the Year of Our Lord, 1779: Being the Third after Leap-Year. The Fourth Year of American Independency. Containing The Motions of the Sun and the Moon; the true places and aspects of the planets; the Rising and Settings of the Sun; the Luinations, Conjunctions, Eclipses, Rising, Setting and Southing of the Planets; Length of Days; Judgment of the Weather; Festivals and other Remarkable Days; High Water at Philadelphia; Tables of Interest; Tables of the Value and Weight of Coins; A Table, shewing the Value of any number of Dollars from 1, to 10,000; Quakers Yearly Meetings; Fairs, Courts, Roads, &c. ALSO, The Happy Life, On New-Year’s Day; A Prophecy of the future Glory of America; Anecdote of Col. Ethan Allen, in reply to Genl. Howe; Receipts in Physic; New Liberty Songs, &c. &c. &c. Fitted to the Latitude of Forty Degrees, and a Meridian of near Five Hours West of London; but may without sensible Error, serve all the Northern Colonies. Lancaster, PA: Ptd. by Francis Bailey, 1778.

1713

[Finch], [Anne](1661-1720). "The Petition for an Absolute Retreat" In Miscellany Poems. Written by a Lady [pseud.]. London: Ptd. for John Barber, 1713.

1667

Milton, John(1608-74). Paradise Lost. A Poem Written in Ten Books. London: Ptd. by Peter Parker; Robert Boulter; and Matthias Walker, 1667.

Pages