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General view of the progress of ethical philosoter on California. Ph., 1849. 2 v. Df 7-6011
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comprising a view of the reign of James II.,
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He 15-12039 with sketches of travels among the northern
Contents. — Philosophical genins of Lord and southern Indians, embracing a war excur
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nature and nations; Life of Sir Thomas More ; western borders. ' N. Y., 1816. 2 v. in 1. 8°
A refutation of the claims of king Charles I. to
the authorship of Eikon Basilike; Progress of Ch 10-4175
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Donna Maria da Gloria, as a claimant to the 1827. 8°
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