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tion to 86° 31' North and of Dr. A. Cavalli Molihelli upon his return to the Bay of Leplitz. Translated by William Le Quex. In 2 vols., with 212 illustrations in the text, 16 full page photogravure plates, 2 panoramas and 5 maps. London; Hutchinson & Co., 1903.
ACTS OF THE EIGHTH CONGRESS: Acts passed at the Second Session of the
Eighth Congress of the United States of America, begun and held at the City of Washington, in the District of Columbia, on Monday, the fifth of November, in the year 1804. And of the Independence of the United States, the Twenty-ninth. Eighth Volume. Washington City. 1805. Bound by Bradstreet.
ADAMS, BROOKS. AMERICA'S ECONOMIC SUPREMACY. By Brooks Adams,
author of "The Law of Civilization and Decay." New York, The Macmillan Co., 1900. pp. 222. 8vo.
ADAMS, CHARLES FRANCIS. STUDIES MILITARY AND DIPLOMATIC 1775
1865. New York, The Macmillan Co., 1911. pp. 424.
Adams, F. COLBURN. SIEGE OF WASHINGTON, D. C., written expressly
for little people. By F. Colburn Adams, Capt., Author of the “Story of a Trooper," and other books. 26 illustrations.
26 illustrations. Illustrated by A. W. Ward. New York, Dick & Fitzgerald, n. d. pp. 130. Small 4to.
ADAMS, JOHN. CORRESPONDENCE WITH MR. JOHN CALKOHEN. Amster
dam, Holland. October 1780. n. t. pp. 64.
First 7 pages missing—26 letters in answer to same number of inquiries, stated at commencement of each letter.
LETTERS OF JOHN ADAMS ADDRESSED TO His WIFE. Edited by his Grandson, Charles Francis Adams. Boston, Little and Brown, 1841.
MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, enclosing a letter to him from the Governor of South Carolina, accompanying a number of depositions of Witnesses to several Captures and Outrages committed within and near the limits of the United States, by a French Privateer called the Vertitude, or Fortitude, and also copies
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Brooks. AMERICA'S ECONOMIC SUPREMACY. By Brooks Adams,
CHARLES FRANCIS. Studies MILITARY AND DIPLOMATIC 1775-
F. COLBURN. SIEGE OF WASHINGTON, D. C., written expressly
John. CORRESPONDENCE WITH Mr. John CALKOHEN. Amster
Letters of John Adams ADDRESSED TO His Wife.
MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES,