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Beschrijving van de Ontdekking, en de verdere Lotgevallen, van
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The same in the Dutch language. From the Rev. Lewis Bond, Plainfield.—A Quarter Century Sermon,
preached in the 1st Presbyterian Church of Plainfield, N.J., Jan. 5,
1815, by Rev. Lewis Bond, Pastor. From Hon. James G. King, M. C.--Report on the Geology and Topo
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two parts. Part I. Copper Lands. From Gideon Ross, Esq., Westfield.—A Writ in Chancery, directed
to Joseph Marsh, Sen'r, Joseph Marsh, Jun'r, and Jonathan Crain, on complaint of John Earl, of Stair, John Penn, Thos. Penn.
, Richard Penn, and others, dated Aug. 5, 1754; signed Thos. Bar.
Eph. Green, of Sussex Co., N. J., dated Aug. 11, 1775.
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of Cincinnati, &c. &c. From Robert Nichols, Newark.—Examination taken June 27, 1776,
of James Mason before Phil. Livingston and Gov. Morris, concern. ing a supposed Spy, &c.&c. A copy certified by Elisha Boudinot. Return of men enlisted in the N. Jersey Brigade, by Lt. Nathan Wilkinson, during the present War (Revolution). List of Articles delivered by Nathan Wilkinson, Br. Q. M. to Gen.
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1812. From Isaac N. Tucker, Newark.-The Prisoner's Memoirs, or Dart.
moor Prison. A Century Sermon, preached by Rev. Dr. Macwhorter. Jan. 1, 1801. A Funeral Sersom on the death of Gen. Washington, by the same. Monumental Inscriptions of persons executed by the orders of Gen. Jackson in 1815. Defence of a Liberal Construction of the Powers of Congress as regards Internal Improvements, &c., by Hon. Geo. McDuffie, with
preface by Maj. (now Gen.) Hamilton. From James W. Wall, Esq., Trenton.—Proceedings of the Bench and
Bar of N. Jersey on the death of Gen. Garret D. Wall, and the Eulogium pronounced by Hon. L. Q. C. Elmer, at Trenton, April
2, 1851. From Charles T. Jackson, M. D., Boston, Mass.--Report on the Geo.
logical Survey of Mineral Lands in the U. States, by C. T. Jack.
son, M. D.
From Rev. Jonathan F. Stearns, D.D., Newark.-Eulogy on the Life
aud Character of Gen. Zachary Taylor, President, &c., by Rev. Geo. L. Prentiss. New Bedford, 1850. A Historical Discourse commemorative of the organization of the 1st Pres. Church in Newburyport, Mass., by Rev. J. F. Stearns,
Pastor, &c. 1846. From Rt. Rev. Geo. W. Doane, D. D., LL. D., Bishop of the Diocese
of New Jersey.- The Christian Minister, &c. Bishop Doane's 7th
Bishop Doane's Fourth of July Oration. 1851.
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(Regno Lombardo Veneto). 1812. From Rev. Andrew Bell Paterson, Princeton.—The Port Folio (Den.
ny's). 8 volumes. From the Earl of Ellesmere.-Guide to Northern Archeology, by the
Royal Society of Northern Antiquaries of Copenhagen, edited for
the use of English readers by the Earl of Ellesmere. From Chas. C. Rafn, Secretary of the Royal Society of Northern An.
tiquaries.—Sundry copies of an Abstract of the Proceedings of that Society. Feb. 15, 1851. Sundry copies of “ Extract des Statuts Constitutiffs de la Societe Royale des Antiquaires du Nord avec la liste de ses Membres Fond a teurs.