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STS077-714-094 - STS-077 - View of moon and PAMS STU in orbit over Earth

A Laodicean;

The Catholic Crusoe; adventures of Owen Evans, Esq., surgeon's mate, set ashore with five companions on a desolate island in the Caribbean Seas, 1739

The fear of the world, or, Living for appearances,

London and Birmingham Railway Company at a meeting of the general Board of Management of the Company for making a railway between London and Birmingham, composed of deputations from the respective London and Birmingham Boards, which was held at No. 69, Cornhill, on 31st January, 1822

The life of George Washington,

Sink or swim; or, Harry Raymond's resolve

The war tiger; or, Adventures and wonderful fortunes of the young sea chief and his lad Chow : a tale of the conquest of China

Dorothea Trudel; or, The prayer of faith, showing the remarkable manner in which large numbers of sick persons were healed in answer to special prayer, with a sketch of the Institution at Männedorf, as now conducted by her successors,

Myrtie Moseley and her friends : a story of the Bahama Islands

Home pictures

The inaugural speeches of Washington, Adams and Jefferson

Histoire naturelle des deux éléphans, male et femelle, du Muséum de Paris, venus de Hollande en France en l'an VI; ouvrage oú l'on trouve des détails sur leur naissance; leur transport de l'Inde en Europe; leur arrivée à Flessingue et au parc du Grand-Loo en Hollande; leur voyage à Paris; les premiers temps de leur vie à la Ménagerie du Muséum; l'influence de la musique sur eux; sur leurs passions, l'amour, la haine et la vengeance

Corderii colloquia:

Pinkerton's Geography, epitomised for the use of schools

Second speech of the Hon. J. Randolph, on the nonimportant resolution of Mr. Gregg

The voters' guide: or, The power, duty & privileges of the constitutional voters in the commonwealth of Massachusetts. To which are added, original remarks, with various extracts from historians, and the writings and public speeches of eminent political characters ... tending to explain the causes of the rise and fall of republican governments

An address to the people of New England

Mr. Bayard's speech upon his motion to amend the resolution offered by Mr. Giles,

Reflections upon the late correspondence between Mr. Secretary Smith, and Francis James Jackson ..

Substitute proposed by Mr. Leigh of Dinwiddie to the Preamble and resolutions on the subject of the right of the state legislatures to instruct their senators in the Congress of the United States

An address to the citizens of the United States,

Speech of Governor William Plumer before the legislature of New Hampshire, November 18, 1812

A letter to a gentleman of Boston,

The father and daughter: a tale

The speech of His Excellency Governor Strong, delivered before the legislature of Massachusetts, October 16, 1812, with documents, which accompanied the same. To which is added, The answer of the House of Representatives

Heart's ease in heart-trouble. Or, a sovereign remedy against all trouble of heart that Christ's disciples are subject to, under all kinds of afflictions in this life ...

Observations on the slavery of the Africans and their descendants, and on the use of the produce of their labour : recommended to the serious perusal and impartial consideration of the citizens of the United State of America, and others concerned

A sketch of ancient geography, for the use of schools

A pastoral letter of the House of Bishops ..

A father's gift to his children:

Tariff, or rates of duty, after the thirtieth of June 1816, on all goods, wares and merchandise, imported into the United States of America;

Plan of the Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, located in Princeton, New Jersey

Manfred, a dramatic poem

Observations tending to illustrate the views of the New-York Irish emigrant association;

A general view of the progress of metaphysical, ethical, and political philosophy, since the revival of letters in Europe ..

Ordonnance du roi, portant réglement sur le service intérieur, la police et la discipline des troupes de cavalerie

Mr. Otis's speech in Congress, on the Sedition Law ..

Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report from the secretary of war, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate, containing a list of the names of the several agents of Indian affairs,

Report of the secretary of war, of a system, providing for the abolition of the existing Indian trade establishments of the United States, and providing for the opening of the trade with the Indians to individuals, under suitable regulations. December 8, 1818

Report of the Committee, to whom was referred so much of the President's message as relates to the civilization of the Indian tribes ..

Rules and statutes of the University of Pennsylvania, enacted by the Board of Trustees

Message from the President of the United States,

The constitutions of the United States of America; with the latest amendments: also, the Declaration of independence, Articles of confederation, with the Federal constitution

A History of the haunted caverns of Magdelama, an Indian queen of South America, with her likeness

Three essays on important subjects: Essay first, on the true divinity of Jesus Christ, the Son of God; essay second, On the unalterable love of God ..., essay third, On the Gospel ordinance of believers' baptism by immersion, with several pieces of original poetry. To which is prefixed An account of God's dealings with the author, and a dedication of himself to God and his work

Regulations for the inspection of small arms, 1823

Papers presented to both Houses of Parliament,

A communication on the improvement of government: read before the American Philosophical Society, at a meeting attended by General La Fayette, October 1st, 1824

Conversations on natural philosophy in which the elements of that science are familiarly explained, and adapted to the comprehension of young pupils

Five pebbles from the brook. Being a reply to "A defence of Christianity" written by Edward Everett... In answer to "The grounds of Christianity examined by comparing the New Testament with the Old"

Questions adapted to Grimshaw's History of the United States: revised and improved

Elements of geography, ancient and modern: with an atlas

The presidency of the United States

Prediction and fulfilment, two political odes relative to the election of John Quincy Adams, as president of the United States

Report of the Secretary of War. On Indian affairs

Six months in the West Indies in 1825

Much ado about nothing ..

The Young Jewess; a narrative illustrative of the Polish and English Jews of the present century, exhibiting the superior moral influence of Christianity

The Epicurean : a tale

Proceedings and address of the convention of delegates, that met at Columbus Ohio, Dec. 28, 1827..

The Lenten monitor,

Ormond; or, The secret witness

Is this religion?

The recent attempt to defeat the constitutional provisions in favour of religious freedom, considered in reference to the trust conveyances of Hanover Street Church,

Herbert Lacy

Elements of geography and history combined : in a catechetical form : for the use of families and schools

Integrity, a tale

An address delivered before the social fraternity, Phillips Academy, Andover

Letter to the Methodists of central Virginia, concerning Wm. Monroe's reply to the "pastoral letter of the Lexington Presbytery",

The Scottish exiles, rendered into prose, from Sir Walter Scott's Lady of the Lake

Speech of Thomas R. Joynes, Esq., as delivered in the Convention of Virginia, on Thursday, November 5, 1829, upon the subject of the basis of representation

Chronicles of Turkeytown; or, The works of Jeremy Peters pseud. 1st ser. Containing the history of a dreadful catastrophe, the amours of Dr. Post and Mrs. Peweetle, and the history of a tatterdemalion ..

Letter and accompanying documents from the Hon. Richard Rush to Joseph Gales, esq., mayor of the city of Washington;

A practical system of modern geography:

Memoirs of Andrew Sherburne, a pensioner of the navy of the revolution

An address delivered before the Associated Mechanics & Manufacturers of the State of New Hampshire at the celebration of their anniversary in Portsmouth, Oct. 13, 1831

The political class book intended to instruct the higher classes in schools in the origin, nature, and use of political power. With an appendix upon studies for practical men, with notices of books suited to their use

Rose and her lamb, and other tales

Proceedings at the seventh anniversary of the American Sunday School Union, with the addresses of Messrs. Reese, Cookman and Tappan

An eulogy on the character and public services of James Monroe, late president of the United States: delivered in Cincinnati, August 27, 1831, in compliance with an invitation from the citizens

Smaller catechism;

Important correspondence on the subject of state interposition, between His Excellency Gov. Hamilton, and Hon. John C. Calhoun

The triangle, a series of numbers upon three theological points..

Report on steam carriages,

The American school geography, embracing a general view of mathematical, physical, and civil geography ..

Essay on moral and religious education in domestic life,

The first book of history, for children and youth

The second death illustrated; a sermon delivered before the first Universalist Society in Taunton, Mass. on Sunday, February 12, 1832

Poems,

Sermons on infidelity

Communication from the Secretary of the Commonwealth, under a resolution of 9th January last, relative to educating poor children, within this Commonwealth

Controversy between Rev. Messrs. Hughes and Breckenridge, on the subject "Is the Protestant religion the religion of Christ?"

Oran, the outcast;

New England scenes, or, A selection of important and interesting events which have taken place since the first settlement of New England: principally of a religious nature ..

Keeper's travels in search of his master

...The despotism of freedom; or, The tyranny and cruelty of American Republican slave-masters, shown to be the worst in the world; in a speech, delivered at the first anniversary of the New England Anti-Slavery Society, 1833

Confession of Joel Clough, who was executed at Mount Holly, N.J. July 26, 1833 for the murder of Mrs. Mary Hamilton

The miseries of marriage;

An improvement in the mariner's and surveyor's compass needle; whereby the magnetic and electric fluids are so disposed as to prevent local attractions also, the derangement of the needle, by the firing of cannon and other violent concussions, may be immediately corrected with very little inconvenience, or delay, &c