Navigantium atque Itinerantium Bibliotheca, or a complete collection of voyages and travels consisting of six hundred of the most authentic writers beginning with Hackluit, Purchass, et in English . . . together with such other histories, voyages, travels, or discoveries as are in general esteem whether published in English, Latin, French [etc.] . . . containing whatever has been observed worthy of notice in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America . . . illustrated by proper charts, maps, and cuts to which is prefixed a copious introduction comprising the rise and progress of the art of navigation . . .By John Harris. London : T. Woodward, et al. 1744. Two volumes.
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1. A Summary History of New-England, from the first settlement at Plymouth to the acceptance of the Federal Constitution comprehending a general sketch of the American War. By Hannah Adams. Dedham : H. Mann and J. H. Adams, 1799.
2. The works of Anna Letitia Barbauld with a memoir by Lucy Aikin, in three volumes. Boston : David Reed, 1826.
3. A state of the expedition from Canada as laid before the House of Commons by Lieutenant-General Burgoyne, and verified by evidence; with a collection of authentic documents, and an addition of many circumstances which were prevented from appearing before the House by the prorogation of Parliament. John Burgoyne. Second edition. London. J. Almon, 1780.
4. The analysis of beauty. Written with a view of fixing the fluctuating ideas of taste. By William Hogarth. London : J. Reeves, 1753.
5. Moby Dick. By Herman Melville. New York : Harper & Brothers.
6. Travels in the interior districts of Africa: performed under the direction and patronage of the African Association in the years 1795, 1796, and 1797. By Mungo Park, surgeon. With an appendix containing geographical illustrations of Africa. By Major Rennell. London : Printed by W. Bulmer and Co.; and sold by G. and W. Nicol, 1799.
7. The principles of mechanics. Explaining and demonstrating the general laws of motion, the laws of gravity, motions of descending bodies, projectiles, mechanic powers, pendulums, centers of gravity, etc. strength and stress of timber, hydrostatics, and construction of machines. A work very necessary to be known by all Gentlemen, and others, that desire to have an insight into the works of nature and art. And extremely useful to all sorts of artificers; particularly to architects, engineers, shipwrights, millwrights, watchmakers, etc. or any that work in a mechanical way. The second edition, corrected and very much enlarged. With 43 copper plates. London: J. Richardson, 1758.
8. A treatise on the social compact or the principles of politic law. By J. J. Rousseau. London : T. Becket and P. A. de Hondt, 1764.
10. Carey’s General Atlas: containing: 1. Map of the world, 2. Chart of the world, 3. Europe, etc. Philadelphia: Published by Matthew Carey. May 1, 1796.
12. Just and impartial narrative of the controversy between the Rev. Mr. Samuel Fisk the Pastor, and a number of the brethren of the First Church of Christ in Salem. [and other pamphlets]. Boston : Thomas Fleet, 1735.