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2312 MARSH, EBENEZER GRANT. An Oration delivered at Wethersfield, February 22, 1800, on the Death of General George Washington, who died December 14, 1799. 8vo, 16 p., uncut; very Hartford, 1800 2313 MASON, JOHN M. Funeral Oration, deliv. Feb. 22, 1800, in New N. Y., 1800
York. 2d Ed.
2314 MINOT, GEORGE RICHARDS. AN EULOGY on George Washington, Late Commander-in-Chief of the Armies of the United States of America, who died December 14th, 1799. Delivered before the Inhabitants of the Town of Boston, at the Request of their Committee. 8vo, 24 p., clean. Boston, (1800) 2315 MINOT, GEORGE RICHARDS. An Eulogy on Geo Washington, who Died Dec. 14, 1799. Delivered before the Inhabitants of the Town of Boston. 2nd Ed. 8vo, fine copy; very scarce.
Not in Woodward's Catalogue.
2316 MILLER, SAMUEL. A Sermon Delivered December 29, 1799, Occasioned by the Death of General George Washington, Late President of the United States and Commander-in-Chief of the American Armies. 8vo, 39 p., uncut. New York, 1800
2317 MORRIS, GOUVERNEUR. An Oration upon the Death of General Washington, Delivered at the request of the City of New York, 31st Dec., 1799. 8vo, 24 p., fine copy; very scarce.
New York, 1800 2318 MORSE, JEDIDIAH. Prayer and Sermon deliv. at Charlestown, Dec. 31, 1799, with Sketch of his Life, etc. Prefixed, the Proc. of the Town. 8vo, uncut; very scarce. London, 1800
2319 MYCALL, JOHN.
A Funeral Address on the Death of the late Gen. Geo. Washington, interspersed with Sketches of, and Observations on his Life and Character. Delivered in Harvard, Feb. 22, 1800. 8vo, 27 p., fine copy; rare. Boston, 1800 2320 NILES, SAMUEL. SERMON delivered at Abington, (Mass.), Feb. 22, 1800, etc. 8vo, fine copy; very rare. Boston, 1800
Not in Woodward's Catalogue.
2321 OGDEN, UZAL. Two Discourses occasioned by the death of General George Washington, at Mount Vernon, December 14, 1799. 8vo, 46 p.; rare. Newark, MDCCC. 2322 OSGOOD, DAVID, D.D. A Discourse delivered December 29, 1799, the Lord's Day immediately following the melancholy tidings of the loss sustained by the Nation in the Death of its most Eminent Citizen, George Washington, etc. 8vo, 19 p., fine copy; Boston, 1800
2323 PAINE, THOS. AN EULOGY on the Life of George Washington, written at the request of the Citizens of Newburyport, and delivered at the first Presbyterian Meeting-House in that town, January 2, 1800. 8vo, 22 p. Newburyport, 1800 A Sermon Delivered at Chelsea, on the Death of George Washington. 8vo, 15 p., clean; rare. Charlestown, 1800 2325 PENNSYLVANIA STATE SOCIETY OF THE CINCINNATI, with the Original
2324 PAYSON, REV. PHILLIPS.
Institution of the Order, etc., to which is annexed the Testimonial to the Memory of Gen'l Washington. Hf. cf.; rare.
Phila., 1801 2326 PIERCE, JOHN. An Eulogy on George Washington, the Great and the Good. Delivered on the Anniversary of his Birth, at Brookline, and published at the request of its inhabitants. 8vo, 24 p.; scarce. Boston, 1800 2327 PORTER, ELIPHALET. An Eulogy on George Washington. late Commander of the Armies, and the First President of the United States of America, who died on the 14th of December, 1799, Ætatis 68. Delivered Jan. 14, 1800, before the Inhabitants of the Town of Roxbury, at the Request of their Committee, and Published in Compliance with their wishes. 8vo, 22 p. With the Farewell Address in 22 additional pages. Boston, 1800
2328 RAMSAY, DAVID. An Oration on the Death of Lieutenant-General George Washington, late President of the United States, who died Dec. 14, 1799. Delivered in St. Michael's Church, January 15, 1800, at the request of the inhabitants of Charleston, South Carolina, and published by their desire. 8vo, pp. 30. Charleston, 1800
2329 SACRED DIRGES, HYMNS AND ANTHEMS, COMMEMORATIVE OF THE DEATH OF GEORGE WASHINGTON. An original Composition. By a Citizen of Mass. 4to, uncut; beautiful copy; extremely rare; possibly unique.
Boston: I. Thomas and T. Andrews. 1800 Not in Woodward's Catalogue.
2330 SEWALL, JONATHAN M. Eulogy on the late General Washington, pronounced at St. John's Church, in Portsmouth, New Hamp shire, on Tuesday, 31st December, 1799, at the request of the inhabitants. 4to, pp. 28; very rare.
Printed at Portsmouth, N. H. 1800 See Woodworth's Catalogue, 6003.
2331 SMITH, SAMUEL STANHOPE.. AN ORATION upon the Death of General George Washington, delivered in the State House at Trenton, on the 14th of January, 1800. 8vo, pp. 46.
2332 SMITH, SAMUEL STANHOPE. AN ORATION upon the Death of Washington, delivered in Trenton, Jan. 14, 1800, by Rev. Samuel Stanhope Smith. 8vo; port. of Smith; half mor., pp. 46; very scarce. Trenton: G. Craft. 1800 2333 SMITH, SAMUEL I. An Oration, delivered at Trenton, Jan. 14, 1800. Third Ed. 92 pp. Trenton, 1817 2334 Spring, Samuel. A Discourse on the Death of General George Washington, delivered at the North Congregational Church in Newburyport, December 29, 1799. 8vo, 28 pp.; clean; scarce. Newburyport, 1800 2335 STONE, ELIAB, A. M. A Discourse delivered at Reading, Feb. 22, 1800, the day recommended by Congress to the observance of the people of the United States, by their assembling in such manner as might be convenient, and publicly testifying their
grief for the death, and their respect for the memory of Gen. George Washington. 8vo, pp. 23; clean; very scarce
Contains a Hymn prepared for the occasion.
2336 Story, Isaac. An Eulogy on the glorious virtues of the illustri ous General George Washington, who died at Mount Vernon, December 14th, 1799, in the 68th year of his age, ripe in honor and full of glory. Written at the request of the inhabitants of Sterling, and delivered before them on Saturday, the 22d of February, 1800. 8vo, pp. 23; scarce.
Worcester: printed by Isaiah Thomas, Jr., April, 1800 2337 SUMNER, CHA'S PINCKNEY. Eulogy on the illustrious George Washington. Pronounced at Milton (Mass.), Feb. 22, 1800. 8vo, pp. 24; first edition; very scarce. Dedham, 1800 2338 TAGGART, Rev. SAMUEL. A Discourse delivered at Colrain, Feb. 22, 1800; being the day recommended by Congress and the Legislature of Massachusetts for the public testifying of our respect to the memory of that late illustrious statesman, and singular benefactor to his country, General George Washington, who died December 14, 1799. 8vo, pp. 32; rare.
2339 THACHER, PETER. A SERMON occasioned by the death of General George Washington, and preached Feb. 22, 1800, by their direction, before his Honor Moses Gill, Esq., Commander-inChief, the Honorable Council, the Honorable Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Svo, pp. 21; uncut; rare. Boston, 1800 2340 THACHER, THOMAS CUSHING. An Eulogy on the memory of Gen. George Washington, who died December 14, 1799, aged 68. Pronounced at the request of the citizens of Lynn, Jan. 13, 1800, and published by the desire of the Committee of Arrangements. 8vo, pp. 12; rare. Boston, 1800 2341 TRUMBULL, BENJAMIN. A Funeral Discourse delivered at North Haven, December 29, 1799, on the death of General George Washington, who died December 14, 1799. Svo, pp. 31; fine copy; scarce. New Haven, 1800 2342 VINING, JOHN. An Eulogium delivered to a large concourse of respectable citizens, at the State House in the town of Dover, on the 22d of February, 1800, in commemoration of the death of General George Washington. Half cf., 8vo, pp 20 ; scarce. Phila., 1800 2343 WADSWORTH, BENJAMIN. An Eulogy on the excellent character of · George Washington, late Commander-in-Chief of the American Armies, and the first President under the Federal Constitution, who departed this life December the 14th, 1799, in the 68th year of his age. Pronounced February 22, 1800; being the anniversary of his birth, and the day recommended by Congress to testify the national grief for his death. 8vo, pp. 32; Salem, 1800 2344 WEST, SAMUEL. A Sermon occasioned by the death of George Washington, late Commander-in-Chief of the Armies, and first
President of the United States of America, who died December 14, 1799, aged 68. 8vo, 17 pp., with 23 additional pages of "Farewell Address." Boston, 1800 2345 WILLARD AND TAPPAN. An Address, in Latin. by Joseph Willard, LL.D., President; and a Discourse, in English, by David Tappan, Hollis Professor of Divinity, delivered before the University in Cambridge, Feb. 21, 1800, in solemn commemoration of Gen. George Washington. 4to, pp. 31, large paper; scarce. Boston, 1800 2346 WORCESTER, LEONARD. An Oration pronounced at Peacham, in commemoration of the death of the late General George Washington, February 22d, 1800. 8vo, pp. 20; very rare.
Peacham, Vt., 1800
Woodward's Catalogue, 6096.
2347 DWIGHT, JASPER. A Letter to George Washington, President of the United States, containing Strictures on his Address on the Seventeenth of September, 1796, Notifying his Relinquishment of the Presidential Office. 8vo, 48 p.; rare.
2348 BUCKMINSTER, JOSEPH. Discourse deliv. at Portsmouth, N. H., Nov. 1, 1789, on the occasion of the President's Visit to that Capital. Fine copy; rare. Portsmouth, 1789 2449 BUCKMINSTER, JOSEPH. A DISCOURSE DELIVERED IN PORTSMOUTH, Dec. 14, 1800, on the Anniversary of the Death of Geo. Washington. 21 p. 8vo; beautiful copy; uncut; very rare.
Portsmouth, 1800 2350 WASHINGTON, GEORGE. THE LIFE OF, First President of the United States. To which is prefixed an Introduction containing a compendious view of the Colonies Planted by the English on the Continent of North America, from their Settlement to the Commencement of that War which terminated in their Independence. By John Marshall. 5 vols., bds., uncut. With portrait; fine copy. Philadelphia, Pa., 1804
2351 WASHINGTON, GEORGE. THE LIFE OF. Compiled by the Hon. Bushrod Washington from Original Papers bequeathed to him by his deceased Relative. By John Marshall. 8vo, uncut. Second Ed. 2 vols., cl. ; por.; fine copy. Phila., 1832 By
2352 WASHINGTON, GEORGE. AN ESSAY ON THE LIFE OF. Aaron Bancroft. Cl., 8vo, bds., uncut; with portrait by Edwin. Exceedingly scarce. Worcester, 1807
This edition is very rarely met with, and the condition of this copy gives it an additional value.
2353 WASHINGTON, GEORGE.
THE LIFE OF.
croft. 8vo, bds. uncut. 2354 WASHINGTON, GEORGE. THE LIFE OF. croft. In two volumes. Sheep, 12mo. 2355 WASHINGTON, GEORGE. THE LIFE OF, including the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United
By Aaron Ban-
States. By John Corry. First American Edition. 8vo, sh.;
This edition is extremely scarce.
2356 WASHINGTON, GEORGE. LIFE OF, interspersed with Biographical Anecdotes of the most Eminent Men who effected the American Revolution. By John Corry. 8vo, sh.; portrait by Scoles; fin copy; rare. N. Y., 1809 2357 WASHINGTON, GEN. GEORGE. BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIRS OF. 12mo, bds. ; port. and eng'd title; very rare; beautiful copy. New Haven: from Sidney's Press, 1810 2358 WASHINGTON, GEN. GEORGE. MEMOIRS OF, Late President of the United States of America. Fifth ed. 12mo, bds. Phila., 1311 2359 WASHINGTON GEORGE. BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIRS OF. 12mo, sh; portrait; very scarce; fine copy. Barnard, Vt., 1813 Contains the rare portrait of Washington, " Pro Patria," crowned. 2360 WASHINGTON, GEORGE. BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIRS OF, containing a History of the principal events of his Life, with extracts from his Journals, Speeches to Congress and Public Addresses; also, a sketch of his Private Life. 8vo, sh.; fine copy; scarce. Brattleborough, 1814 2361 WASHINGTON GEORGE. LIFE OF. 24mo, cf.; very rare; portrait of Washington, "Pro Patria." Boston, 1815 2362 WASHINGTON, GEORGE. The Life of Eng'd title; good copy; 12mo, hf. cf. ; illustrated. Phila., 1832 Tales, Sketches and Anecdotes. With engravings. 8vo, bds. Philadelphia, 1836 2364 WASHINGTON, GEORGE. THE LIFE OF, and History of the American Revolution; together with his Farewell Address, Declaration of Independence, and Constitution of the U. S. 12mo, bds.; plates. N. Y., n. d.
2363 WASHINGTON, GEORGE.
2365 WASHINGTON, GEORGE. PICTORIAL LIFE OF, embracing Anecdotes illustrative of his Character, and embellished with engravings. S7. 12mo. Philadelphia, 1847 2366 WASHINGTON. Entertaining Anecdotes of, exhibiting his Patriotism, Courage, Benevolence and Piety. Sm. 4to, cl. ; illust.
Boston, 1848 2367 WASHINGTON. THE MEMORY OF, with Biographical Sketches of his Mother and Wife, Relations of Lafayette to Washington, with Incidents and Anecdotes in the lives of the two patriots. 8vo, cl.; frontis. ; fine copy. Boston, 1852 2368 WASHINGTON. RECOLLECTIONS AND PRIVATE MEMOIRS OF, by his Adopted Son, Geo. W. Parke Custis, with a Memoir of the Author by his Daughter; and Illustrative and Explanatory Notes by Benson J. Lossing. With Illustrations. 8vo, cl.; fine copy; very scarce; portraits of Custis, Washington, Mrs. E. P. Lewis and Martha Washington, and Fac-similes. New York, 1860 2369 WASHINGTON, GEN. GEORGE. THE LIFE OF. By John Kingston. 24mo, sh.; scarce; lacks portrait. Baltimore, 1813