An address delivered June 26, 1817, before the Female Reading and Charitable Society of the First Parish in Worcester, Mass.
Goodrich, Charles A.
Worcester [Mass.]. Printed by William Manning,. 1817.. 20 p. ;.
An address, delivered on the celebration of the abolition of slavery, in the state of New-York, July 5, 1827
Albany, . Printed by J. B. Van Steenbergh,. 1827. 24 p..
An address delivered on the dedication of the cemetery at Mount Auburn: September 24, 1831
Boston. Joseph T. & Edwin Buckingham,. 1831. 32 p. ;.
An address delivered on the dedication of the cemetery at Mount Auburn,: Sept. 24, 1831
Boston. J.& E. Buckingham,. 1831.. 32 p. ;.
An address delivered on the dedication of the cemetery at Mount Auburn, September 24, 1831.
Boston, . J. T. & E. Buckingham,. 1831.. p. cm..
An address delivered to the children of a Sunday school in Boston on the last Sabbath in December 1818.
[Boston]. Boston Society for the Moral and Religious Instruction of the Poor,. 1819.. 12 p. ;.
An address delivered to the citizens of Bristol, R.I., July 4, 1816: and published at their request
Warren, R.I.. Printed by Samuel Randall,. . 38 p.
¬An¬ address delivered to the clergy of the deaneries of Richmond, Catterick, and Boroughbridge, within the diocese of Chester, at the visitations held June 9th and June 14th, 1792. By Thomas Zouch
Newcastle upon Tyne. printed by S. Hodgson; sold by Mr. Deighton, London; Mr. Todd, York; and Mr. Charnley, Newcastle. [1792?].
An address delivered to the committees of several parishes of St. Peter and Paul, St. James, St. Michael, Lyncomb and Widcomb, and Bathwick: met to deliberate upon the propriety of incorporating for the better relief and employment of the poor by the establishment of an house of industry
Bath. Printed by R. Cruttwell. 1798. 34 p..
An address delivered to the committees of the several parishes of St. Peter and Paul, St. James, St. Michael, Lyncomb and Widcomb, and Bathwick. Met to deliberate upon the propriety of incorporating for the better relief and employment of the poor, by the establishment of an house of industry. By J. Wood, a director of the Shrewsbury House
Bath. printed by R. Cruttwell; and sold by C. Dilly, London. 1798. Online-Ressource.
An address, delivered to the congregation in Sandusky: at the time of the installation of the Rev. Alvan Nash, July 14, 1836
[Sandusky, Ohio]. Published by request of the Presbytery of Huron from the office of Sandusky Clarion,. 1836.. 8 p. ;.
An address delivered to the graduates of Rhode-Island College,: at the anniversary commencement, in the Baptist Meeting-House in Providence, September 5, A.D. 1798.
Maxcy, Jonathan, ; Brown, John.
Providence:. Printed by Carter and Wilkinson.,. . 12 p. ;.
¬An¬ address delivered to the inhabitants of New Lanark on the first January, 1816, at the opening of the Institution established for the Formation of Character
4. ed.. London. 1819.
An address delivered to the Law Academy of Philadelphia: at the opening of the session, in September 1830
Scott, John Morin,
Philadelphia. Mifflin & Parry,. 1830.. 16 p. ;.
An address delivered to the members of the Bar of Suffolk: at their annual meeting in September 1819
Boston. S. Phelps,. 1819.. 18 p. ;.
¬An¬ address, delivered to the members of the New Mechanics' Institution, Manchester: on Friday evening, March 25, 1831
Manchester. W. Strange. . 16 p..
An address delivered to the scholars at the expiration of the English school: in district no. 27 in the town of Cambridge, state of New-York : to which is added a poem composed on the name of every scholar who attended the school
Albany [N.Y.]. Printed for the author,. 1815.. 12 p..
An address, delivered to the scholars of the English school, in district no. 27 in the town of Cambridge, state of New York: to which is added a poem, composed upon the name of every scholar who attended school, March 22, 1815
Albany. [J. Dalee],. 1815 . 12 p., 1 plate ;.
An address, explanatory of the principles and objects of the United brothers of temperance;: delivered at the Apollo saloon, New York, on the evening of the 11th of September, 1844 ...
Houston, James Alexander.
[New York] . Herald book and job printing office,. 1844.. 2 p. l., 10 p..
¬An¬ address from a clergyman to his parishioners, by William Bromley Cadogan
Cadogan, William Bromley
London. printed for Mess. Rivington: and sold by Dodsley; Mathews; Mrs. Smart, Reading; and at Oxford and Cambridge. 1785.
An address from a minister in Virginia, to his people in a special meeting on week day, March, 1798, occasioned by their opposition to the measures adopted by the federal government: with an appendix containing a noble confession and sincere conversion of a Jacobin to federalism.
Printed at Hanover, New-Hampshire. By Benjamin True,. 1799.. 23,  p. ;.
An Address from earth to heaven, or, A defensative against the portentous significations of the late comets and blazing-stars: that may concern London or Oxford.
London. [s.n.],. 1681.. 8 p..
An address from Robert Goodloe Harper, of South Carolina, to his constituents,: containing his reasons for approving of the treaty of amity, commerce, and navigation, with Great-Britain. : To which is added a letter from Gov. Jay to the author, explaining his sentiments respecting the French Revolution
Harper, Robert Goodloe, ; Jay, John,
New-York:. Printed by T. & J. Swords, for J. Rivington,. 1796. , 37,  p.
An address from Robert Goodloe Harper, of South-Carolina, to his constituents,: containing his reasons for approving of the treaty of amity, commerce, and navigation, with Great Britain. : To which is annexed, a letter from Governor Jay, to the author, printed from the original
Harper, Robert Goodloe, ; Jay, John,
Philadelphia:. Published by Thomas Bradford, printer book-seller & stationer, no. 8, South Front-Street,,. 1796. 44 p. ;.
An address from Robert Goodloe Harper, of South-Carolina, to his constituents,: containing his reasons for approving of the treaty of amity, commerce and navigation, with Great-Britain
Harper, Robert Goodloe,
Philadelphia:. Printed by Ormrod and Conrad, at Franklin's Head, no. 41, Chesnut-Street.,. M.DCCXCV. . 35,  p. ;.
¬An¬ address from several French citizens to the French people
An address from the Baptist Church, in Philadelphia,: to their sister churches of the same denomination, throughout the confederated states of North America.
Philadelphia:. Printed by Robert Aitken, at Pope's Head, three doors above the Coffee House, in Market Street.,. M.DCC.LXXXI. . 16 p. ;.
An address from the Brethren's Society for the Furtherance of the Gospel among the Heathen, to the members of the congregations and societies of the Brethren ...
La Trobe, Benjamin,
[London?. s.n.,. 1781]. 16, 4 p. ;.
An Address from the carrier of the Massachusetts-gazette, to his respectable customers.: Boston, January 1st, 1768
[Boston. Printed by Richard Draper,. 1767]. 1 sheet ( p.).
An address from the clergy of New-York and New-Jersey,: to the Episcopalians in Virginia; occasioned by some late transactions in that colony relative to an American episcopate ..
Chandler, Thomas Bradbury,
New-York:. Printed by H. Gaine, at the Bible and Crown, in Hanover-square,. 1771.. , 58 p. ;.
An Address from the clergy of New-York and New-Jersey, to the Episcopalians in Virginia;: occasioned by some late transactions in that colony relative to an American episcopate. : [Three lines from Virgil]
Auchmuty, Samuel, ; Cooper, Myles, ; Chandler, Thomas Bradbury,
New-York:. Printed by Hugh Gaine, at the Bible and Crown, in Hanover-Square,,. 1771. , 58,  p. ;.
An address from the Council of Proprietors of the Western Division of New-Jersey, to the occupiers of lands within the angle
[Burlington, N.J.?. Printed by Nealeand Kammerer, Jun.?,. 1795?]. 3,  p. ;.
An address, from the Council of Proprietors of the Western Division of New-Jersey, to the occupiers of the lands within the angle.: To which are added, remarks on the said address. By Aristides
[Burlington, N.J.?]. Printed [by Neale & Kammerer, Jun.?] in the United States of America.,. --1795.--. 22,  p. ;.
An address from the dissenting brethern, members of the Baptist Church under the pastoral care of Mr. Lewis Richards, Baltimore
[Baltimore, Md.]. Printed by J. Hayes,. . 20 p..
An address from the independent freeholders of the p---v---ce of M---ns---r to Sir R----- C------, baronet: with a collection of forty eight original patriot toasts drank at a select assembly of free-holders at Corke, the first of this instant January 1754.
London. Printed at the sign of Caiphas and Priarius pulling off Tot---g---h---m's boots,. 1754.. 16 p. ;.
¬An¬ address from the Justices of the Peace of the County and Middlesex
London. Bill u.a.. 1681. 4 S..
An address from the ministers of the Western Calvinistical Association: to their respective churches and congregations in the following places, viz. Ashburton, Axminster, Beer [and 14 others] ...
Exeter. Printed by S. Woolmer ...,. [1796?]. 20 p. ;.
An address from the Pennsylvania Abolition Society, to the free black people of the city of Philadelphia, and its vicinity.
Philadelphia:. Printed by John Ormrod, no. 41, Chesnut-Street.,. 1800.. 8 p. ;.
An address from the Pennsylvania Society for Promoting the Abolition of Slavery, for the Relief of Free Negroes Unlawfully Held in Bondage, and for Improving the Condition of the African Race: on the origin, purposes and utility of their institution.
Philadelphia. Printed for the Society by Hall & Atkinson,. 1819.. 6 p. ;.
An address from the people of Oregon and Washington territory to the Congress of the United States,
[Portland, Or., . 1881]. 14 p..
An address, from the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture;: with a summary of its laws; and premiums offered. : [Two lines from Swift]
[Philadelphia. s.n.],. M.DCC.LXXXV. . 20 p. ;.
An address from the Presbytery of New-Castle to the congregations under their care: setting forth the declining state of religion in their bounds; and exciting them to the duties necessary for a revival of decayed piety amongst them. : Published by order of the Presbytery, convened at Upper Octorara, August 11, 1784. William Smith, moderator. : [Six lines from Revelation]
Wilmington [Del.],. Printed by James Adams,,. 1785. 62,  p. ;.
An address from the president and directors of the Pennsylvania Company for Insurances on Lives and Granting Annuities to the inhabitants of the United States, upon the subject of the beneficial objects of that institution
Philadelphia. Printed for the Company,. 1814 . 45 p..
An address from the Supreme Executive Council to the inhabitants of Pennsylvania
[Philadelphia. s.n.,. 1780]. 1 sheet ( p.).
An address from the trustees of the Missionary Society of Connecticut: to the inhabitants of the new-settlements, in the northern and western parts of the United States.
Hartford [Conn.]. Printed by Hudson and Goodwin,. 1801.. 7 p..
An address from the trustees of the Missionary Society of Connecticut, to the ministers and people of the state: and a narrative on the subject of missions, for the year 1806 : to which is subjoined, a statement of the funds of the society, and a list of books sent to the new settlements.
Hartford [Conn.]. Printed by Lincoln & Gleason,. 1807.. 18 p. ;.
An address from the United States in Congress assembled to the legislatures of the several states: When the interests of a people are endangered, either through the defect of the government they have established, or the want of timely and vigorous, exertions to give efficacy to its operations, it becomes the duty ...
[New York. s.n.,. 1786].  p. ;.
An address from William Smith, of South-Carolina, to his constituents
Smith, William Loughton,
Philadelphia:. [s.n.],. Printed in the year MDCCXCIV. . 32 p. ;.
An address from Wilson C. Nicholas, a representative in Congress from Virginia, to his constituents ; together with a speech delivered by him on the Bill to Interdict Commercial Intercourse with France, England, &c.
Nicholas, Wilson Cary, ; Nicholas, Wilson Cary, ; Nicholas, Wilson Cary,
Richmond [Vt.]. Printed at the Enquirer office,. 1809.. 19 p..
¬An¬ address given into the late King James
London. Baldwin. 1690. 36 S..
An address given in to the late King James, by the titular Archbishop of Dublin: from the General meeting of the Romish bishops and clergy of Ireland, held in May last, by that Kings order : wherein several things relating to the popish digns upon these three kingdoms are discovered : the original whereof was found in the late King James closet, in the Castle of Dublin, at his leaving that city, and the copy whereof was found in the titular Archbishop's lodgings : now published with reflections on each paragraph.
London. Printed for Ric. Baldwin ...,. 1690.. , 34 p..
An address in Christian love, to the inhabitants of Philadelphia; on the awful dispensation of the yellow fever, in 1798.
Philadelphia:. Printed for the author, by R. Aitken, no. 22, Market-Street.,. 1798. vi, , 8-71,  p. ;.
An address in commemoration of the ordination and settlement of John Hancock,: Nov. 2, 1968, over Cambridge Farms Parish, (now Lexington) in the First parish church, (Unitarian) Lexington, Mass. Nov. 2, 1898.
Staples, Carlton Albert,
Arlington, . C.S. Parker, Printer,. 1900.. 19 p..
An address in Latin, by Joseph Willard, S.T.D. L.L.D. president; and a discourse in English, by David Tappan, S.T.D. Hollis Professor of Divinity;: delivered before the University in Cambridge, Feb. 21, 1800. In solemn commemoration of General George Washington
Willard, Joseph, ; Tappan, David,
[Charlestown, Mass.]. E. typis Samuel Etheridge.,. M,DCCC. . iv, , 6-44 p. ;.
An Address lately presented to J---- G------ Esq.: Sir, We whose names are underwritten, citizens of Philadelphia, beg leave to return you our hearty thanks for publishing the piece called "The speech &c." .
[Philadelphia. Printed by William Bradford,. 1764]. 1 sheet ( p.) ;.
An address made by Bertram E. Packard,
Packard, Bertram E. [from old catalog]
[n. p., . 1923]. p. cm..
¬An¬ address of a Committee of Journeymen Upholsterers appointed to consider the best plan of organizing an institute for the diffusion of information and to promote the study of design among the members of the trade
S.l.. [s.n.]. 1844. 8 p..
An Address of a school-master to his scholars, pronounced at an exhibition on the close of his school.: [Two lines from Doggett]
Warren (R.I.):. Printed by Nathaniel Phillips,,. M,DCC,XCIX. . 7,  p. ;.
An address of Attorney General Homer Cummings, before the Supreme Court of the United States: in memory of Associate Justice Benjamin N. Cardozo, December 19, 1938.
Cummings, Homer S.
Washington. U.S.G.P.O.,. 1938.. 15 p. ;.
An address of Charles Hudson, of Mass.,: to the citizens of the Fifth Congressional District of that state, on retiring from the Office of Representative in Congress
Washington, . J. & G.S. Gideon. . 14 p..
An address of Christian counsel and caution to emigrants to newly-settled colonies.
London, . 1841.. p. cm..
An Address of Friends of the yearly meeting of New York to the citizens of the United States: especially to those of the Southern states, upon the subject of slavery.
New York. M. Day,. 1844.. 16 p..
An address of His Eminence, the late Cardinal Archbishop of Cambrai, on domestic education
London. Thomas Richardson,. . 31 p. ;.
An address of His Excellency Governor Trumbull, to the General Assembly and the freemen of the state of Connecticut; declining any further election to public office.: With the resolution of the Legislature, in consequence thereof
New-London [Conn.]:. Printed by Timothy Green, printer to the governor and Company.,. M,DCC,LXXXIII. . 10,  p. ;.
An Address of members of the House of representatives,
Hanover: Printed and sold by Charles Spear..... . 1812.. 32 p..
An address of members of the House of representatives of the Congress of the United States,
[Boston, . 1812]. 32 p..
An Address of members of the House of representatives of the Congress of the United States to their constituents,
Haverhill, Mass., . Printed by W. B. & H. G. Allen,. 1812.. p. cm..
An Address of members of the House of Representatives of the Congress of the United States to their constituents, on the subject of the war with Great Britain
[Boston. s.n.,. 1812?]. 32 p.
An address of members of the House of Representatives of the Congress of the United States, to their constituents, on the subject of the war with Great Britain.
Portsmouth, [N.H.]. Printed by W. Treadwell,. 1812.. 34 p. ;.
An address of thanks from the faculty to the Right Honble, Mr. Influenzy for his kind visit to this country
[England]. Pubd. April 20th, 1803 by S. W. Fores, 50 Piccadilly,. 1803.. 1 print.
An Address of thanks to the broad-bottoms, for the good things they have done, and the evil things they have not done, since their elevation
London. Printed for M. Cooper ...,. 1745.. , 52 p.,  leaf of plates.
An address of thanks to the wardens of Christ Church and St. Peters,: and the Reverend W----S----h. D.D. [i.e., William Smith] provost of the college ... From F---- A.----n D.D. [i.e., Francis Alison] and J---n E----g [i.e., John Ewing] in their own name and in the name of all the Presbyterian ministers in Pennsylvania. ... : Reverend and worthy gentlemen; Permit us to return you ... our most sincere thanks for opening your church doors to dissenters in general, and us on particular ... to carry into execution a scheme of the utmost importance for the advantage of our profession; the down-fall of monarchy; and the support of a republican government
Alison, Francis, ; Ewing, John, ; Smith, William,
[Philadelphia. Printed by Anthony Armbruster,. 1764]. 1 sheet ( p.) ;.
An address of the Bible Society of Maine, established in Portland August 30, 1809, to the public: to which is subjoined, the constitution & regulation of said Society, and the names of its officers
Portland [Me.]. Printed by Arthur Shirley,. 1809. 14 p. ;.
An Address of the bricklayers & plasterers to the tradesmen of the city of Dublin on the necessity of their co-operating for the attainment of their corporate rights and privilege, their report to the Trades' Political Union on the state of their respective trades before and since the legislative union
Dublin. C.M. Warren,. 1833.. 36 p..
An address of the Congress to the inhabitants of the United States of America.: Friends and countrymen, three years have now passed away since the commencement of the present war. A war without parallel in the annals of mankind. ... By order of Congress, Henry Laurens, president. In Congress, May 9, 1778. Resolved, that it be recommended to ministers of the Gospel, of all denominations, to read, or cause to be read, immediately after divine service, the above address to the inhabitants of the United States of America, in their respective churches and chapels, and other places of religious worship. : Published by order of Congress, Charles Thomson, secretary.
Providence:. Printed by John Carter.,. .. 1 sheet ( p.) ;.
An address of the Convention for framing a constitution of government for the people of New-Hampshire, to the freemen thereof,: voted at their last meeting, viz. on the first Tuesday of June 1783
Printed at Portsmouth [N.H.]:. [s.n.],. M,DCC,LXXXIII. . 8 p. ;.
An address of the Convention, for framing a new constitution of government, for the state of Massachusetts-Bay, to their constituents
Boston:. Printed by White and Adams, next door to the Cromwell's-Head Tavern, in School-Street,,. M,DCC,LXXX. . 18,  p. ;.
An address of the Convention for framing a new constitution or form of government for the state of New-Hampshire, to the inhabitants of said state
Exeter, New-Hampshire:. Printed [by Zechariah Fowle],. in the year M,DCC,LXXXII. . 63,  p. ;.
An address of the Democratic Society, of the City of New-York, to the republican citizens of the United States: which breaths [sic] such a noble spirit of true, rational liberty, humanity, and universal charity and benevolence; that it is thought highly worthy of the serious perusal of every true friend to impartial justice and liberty, in this country, and is therefore republished at the request of a number of citizens here
Newport [R.I.]:. Printed by Southwick and Woodman, two doors south of the Cap of Liberty.,. M,DCC,LCIV. [i.e., 1794]. 20 p. ;.
An Address of the dissenting ministers (in and about the city of London) to the King and Queen, upon their accession to the crown, with Their Majesties answer to it.
London. Printed for Jonathan Robinson ...,. 1689.. 8 p. ;.
An address of the fifty-eight Federal members of the Virginia legislature to their fellow-citizens, in January, 1799.
Lee, Henry, ; Marshall, John,
Augusta, (District of Maine). Printed by Peter Edes.,. 1799.. 39,  p. ;.
An address of the General Association of Connecticut, to the District Associations on the subject of, a missionary society;: together, with summaries and extracts from late European publications on missions to the heathen
Norwich [Conn.]:. Printed by Thomas Hubbard.,. --1797.--. 32 p. ;.
An address of the General Association of the Pastors of the Consociated Churches, of the colony of Connecticut, to the Consociated Pastors and Churches in said colony.: Also, the advice of said General Association, for the revival of church discipline. : Published by order of the Association
New-York:. Printed by Hugh Gaine, at the Bible and Crown in Hanover-Square,,. 1776. 8 p. ;.
An address of the Legislature to the inhabitants of the Commo suburbs.
Monticello, Ill., . Council of Planning Librarians,. 1975.. 58 p..
An Address of the pastors of the churches of the Western District in the county of New-London, to the families of their charge; on the subject of family religion
New-London [Conn.]:. Printed and sold by Timothy Green.,. MDCCLXV. . 48 p. ;.
An Address of the Presbyterian ministers, of the city of Philadelphia, to the ministers and Presbyterian congregations, in the county of [ ] in North-Carolina.
[Philadelphia. s.n.,. 1775]. 8 p. ;.
¬An¬ address of the Roman Catholic prelates, assembled in Dublin, on the 18th of November 1812 to the clergy and laity of the Roman Catholic churches in Ireland
Leiden. IDC. 1987 c. 1 Mikrofiche : 16x. Irish pamphlets ; 945..
An Address of the subscribers members of the late House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to their constituents.
[Philadelphia. s.n.,. 1787]. 3 p. ;.
An address of the trustees of the Public School Society in the city of New-York to their fellow-citizens, respecting extension of their public schools.
New-York. Printed by J. Seymour,. 1828.. 18 p. ;.
An address of the visitors and governors of St. John's College, to the senate of Maryland
Baltimore:. Printed by John Hayes, South-Street.,. M,DCC,XCIV. . , 22 p.
An address of welcome, from the librarians of Philadelphia, to the Congress of Librarians of the United States, assembled October 4, 1876, in the Hall of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.
Wallace, John William
Boston, . 1965.
An address of William Pechin ... to Luther Martin, Esq.: on the subject of the rejoinder to the reply of that body to the charge delivered at the opening of the court.
Baltimore [Md.]. s.n.,. 1813]. 40 p..
An address on Abraham Lincoln delivered before the Republican Club of New York City, on the night of February twelfth, 1909,
Washington, Booker T.,
[U.S.. s.n.,. 1909]. 12 p. ;.
¬An¬ address on behalf of the London Branch of the provisional Committee
London. 1845. 16 S..
An address on common law pleadings: before the Vermont Bar Association, October 9, 1894
Wilds, Charles M.
Middlebury [Vt.]. Register Co.,. 1894.. 18 p. ;.
An address on female education: delivered Nov. 21st, 1827, at the opening of the edifice erected for the accomodation of the Hartford Female Seminary
Gallaudet, T. H.
Hartford. H. & F. J. Huntington,. 1828.. 34 p. ;.
¬An¬ address on Manchuria, its past and present and reply to Professor Shuhsi-Hsu's criticisms and observations: Third Biennial Conference, Institute of Pacific Relations
Nachdr. d. Ausg. Kyoto 1929. Nendeln. Kraus. 1980. 30 S.. Seeds of conflict. Series 9: The Sino-Japanese Conflict 1931-1941. Prelude to Pearl Harbor. 2: Japan's justification. ; 1..
¬An¬ Address on Manchuria, its past and present, and reply to Prof. Shuhsi-Hsu's criticisms and observations: 3. Biennial Conference, Inst. of Pacific Relations
Kyoto. Inst. of Pacific Relations. 1929. 30 S. ; 8-o.
An address on slavery,
New York, . S. B. White,. 1834.. p. cm..
An Address on slavery, and against immediate emancipation: with a plan of their being gradually emancipated & colonized, in 32 years
Citizen of New York
New-York. White,. 1834. 16 p. ;.
An address on Success in business: delivered before the students of Packard's Bryant & Stratton New York business college,
New York, . S.S. Packard. [c1867]. 38 p..
An address on temperance;: delivered at the court house in Lexington, Ky.
Young, John Clarke,
Lexington, Ky., . Printed for the Society by T.T. & W.D. Skillman,. 1834.. 28 p..
An address on the assimilation of the laws of England and Scotland & other matters
Edinburgh. J. Greig,. 1862.. 24 p. ;.
An address on the centenary of Methodism.
Baltimore, . Armstrong & Berry,. 1839.. p. cm..
An address on the character of the apostle Paul,
Albany, . J. Munsell,. 1857.. p. cm..
¬An¬ Address on the connection of church and state: delivered at Sion College on February 15, 1868
Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn
London. Macmillan. 1868. 48 S. ; 8-o.
An address on the Constitution and Code of procedure: and the modifications of the law effected thereby ...
Edmonds, John W.
New York. Code Reporter Office,. 1848.. vii, 47 p. ;.
¬An¬ address on the destination of the Christian ministry: Together with a short refutation of the arian and socinian, or unitarian heresies. By the Reverend John Clarke, A.B
Dublin. printed by William Porter. 1794. 80p.
An address on the emancipation of Holland: delivered in the Dutch church, in the city of New-Brunswick, on the fourteenth day of February, 1814
Cannon, James Spencer,
New-Brunswick [N.J.]. Printed by A. Blauvelt,. 1814.. 24 p. ;.
An address, on the importance of a well regulated militia: delivered before the officers of the third dividion of the Militia of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, at Concord, September A.D. 1801
Charlestown [Mass.]. Printed by Samuel Etheridge,. 1801. 14 p.
An address on the importance of female education,: delivered to the young ladies and instructors of Mr. Poor's Academy in Arch-Street, Philadelphia. : In presence of the visitors, and a large number of spectators. : On Tuesday, March 4, 1788. At the close of the quarterly examination.
Philadelphia:. Printed by Robert Smith, in Front-Street.,. M,DCC,LXXXVIII. . 14,  p.
An address on the life and character of the late Hon. Wm. H. Ashley: Delivered in St. Louis, Mo., June 6th, 1838, at the request of the Committee of Arrangements.
Eliot, William Greenleaf,
St. Louis, . Bulletin Print. Off.. . 20 p..
An address on the natural and social order of the world, as intended to produce universal good;: delivered before the Tammany Society, at their anniversary, on the 12th of May, 1798. : [One line of quotation in French]
Philadelphia:. Printed by Benjamin Franklin Bache.,. . 12 p. ;.
An address on the origin and progress of avarice: and its deleterious effects on human happiness, with a proposed remedy for the countless evils resulting from an inordinate desire for wealth ; delivered before the Union Association of Working Men, in the Town hall
Boston. The Author,. 1834. 43 p.
<<An>> Address on the population problem: (one of a series of lectures at MIT on "World change and world security")
McNamara, Robert Strange
Cambridge - Mass. . 1977. II, 57 p..
An address on the progress of the abolition cause;: delivered before the African Abolition Freehold Society of Boston, July 16, 1832.
Garrison, William Lloyd,
Boston, . Garrison and Knapp,. 1832.. 24 p..
An address on the propriety of continuing the state Geological survey of California: delivered before the Legislature at Sacramento, Thursday evening, January 30th, 1868: to which are appended: Two letters to the governor relative to the progress of the Geological survey communicated to the legislatures of 1865-6 and 1867-8; also, the report of the commissioners to manage the Yosemite Valley and the Mariposa big tree grove, for the years 1867-8[?]
Whitney, J. D.
San Francisco, . Towne and Bacon,. 1868. 23, 14, 15, 14 p..
An address on the railroad evil and its remedy
Cohen, A. A.
San Francisco. Francis, Valentine & Co.,. 1879.. 23 p..
An address on the subject of missions, from the trustees of the Missionary Society of Connecticut, to the ministers and people of the state: together with an abstract of missionary labor performed under their direction in the year 1811 : to which is subjoined, a statement of the funds of the society, and a list of books sent to the new settlements.
Hartford [Conn.]. Peter B. Gleason and Co., printers,. 1812.. 16 p..
An address on the vice of gambling;: delivered to the medical pupils of Transylvania University, November 4, 1834.
Lexington, Ky., . J. Clarke & Co.,. 1834.. 37 p..
An address on what is needed to preserve the future of fraternal beneficiary societies.
Host, Zeno M. [from old catalog]
[Milwaukee, . The Evening Wisconsin co., printers,. 1906]. p. cm..
An address presented the Rev. James Sayre, A.M. Minister of Trinity Church, Newport, previous to his leaving the town: together, with his answer after his arrival at Fairfield, in Connecticut. : Published at the request of a number of subscribers to the address
Newport (Rhode-Island). Printed by Henry Barber,,. MDCCLXXXIX. . 6,  p. ;.
An Address presented to Alexander Hamilton Thompson,
Oxford, . Priv. print. at the University Press,. 1948.. 49 p..
An address presented to the King, August 7th. 1689.: When those from the Massachusetts colony were, by that worthy citizen, Sir Henry Ashurst, Baronet. To their Most Excellent Majesties, King William and Queen Mary of England, &c. The humble address and petition of the General Court of Your Majesties most ancient colony of New-Plimouth in New-England
Re-printed at Boston,. by S.G. [Samuel Green] for Benjamin Harris, at the London Coffee-House.,. 1690. 1 sheet ( p. ;.
An Address presented to William Rees by the Brecknock Society, 12 October 1968;: [with a bibliography of his writings and a reprint of The medieval lordship of Brecon].
Rees, William, ; Lewis, Ceri W.
Brecon, . Brecknock Museum,. 1968.. xlvi, , 61 p..
An address pronounced at Lyman on the second day of April 1811: on the incorporation of the First Congregational Society in that place
Kennebunk [Me.]. Printed by James K. Remich,. 1811.. 16 p..