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Peirce, Charles, 1770-1851,
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The accepted of the multitude of his brethren an historical discourse, in two parts; gratefully commemorating, the unparalleled services, and pre-eminent virtues of General George Washington. By George Richards, ministering to, the First Universal Society, Portsmouth, New-Hampshire. [Two lines of quotations]
Richards, George, 1755?-1814
[Portsmouth, N.H.] : Printed and published, as the act of Congress directs, by Charles Peirce, at the United States' Oracle-Office, March, M,DCCC. [1800]
1800
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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An appeal to the Bible, in the controversy what is genuine Christianity? and against the corruptions of that religion by the clergy; containing strictures on Mr. Macclintock's ordination sermon, entitled "Evidences of Christianity." By Daniel Humphreys. [Eight lines of Scripture texts]
Humphreys, Daniel, 1740-1827
Portsmouth: N.H. : Printed by Charles Peirce, no. 5, Daniet-Street [sic], and for sale at his bookstore, --1797
1797
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The Bible needs no apology: or Watson's system of religion refuted and the advocate proved an unfaithful one, by the Bible itself: of which a short view is given, and which itself gives, a short answer to Paine: in four letters, on Watson's Apology for the Bible, and Paine's Age of reason, part the second
Humphreys, Daniel, 1740-1827
[Portsmouth, N.H.] : Printed by Charles Peirce, for Samuel Larkin, at the Portsmouth bookstore. Market-Street, 1796
1796
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館藏地: 中央研究院
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Catalogue of books for sale and circulation
Peirce, Charles, 1770-1851
Portsmouth, N.H. : Printed for Charles Peirce, 1806
1806
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A discourse delivered at Wells, on the 22d February, 1800 occasioned by the lamented death of General George Washington. By Moses Hemmenway, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in Wells. [Two lines in Latin from Virgil]
Hemmenway, Moses, 1735-1811
Portsmouth, (New-Hampshire,) : Printed at the United States' Oracle-Office, by Charles Peirce, 1800
1800
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A discourse, delivered in the South, and in the North Church in Portsmouth, December 14, 1800 the anniversary of the death of George Washington, late president of the United States, and commander in chief of their armies. By Joseph Buckminster, A.M. [One line from Solomon]
Buckminster, Joseph, 1751-1812
Portsmouth, New-Hampshire : Printed at the United States' Oracle-Office by Charles Peirce, December 1800
1800
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The duty of republican citizens, in the choice of their rulers The substance of two discourses delivered in the First Church of Christ in Portsmouth: February 28, 1796. By Joseph Buckminster, A.M. [Three lines of quotations]
Buckminster, Joseph, 1751-1812
Portsmouth, New-Hampshire : Printed by Charles Peirce, at the Oracle-Press, 1796
1796
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An eulogy, occasioned by the death of General Washington Pronounced at the Middle Parish in Kittery, February 22, 1800: by Daniel Sewall, Esq. [Two lines of quotation]
Sewall, Daniel, 1755-1842
Portsmouth, (New-Hampshire,) : Printed at the United States' Oracle-Office; by Charles Peirce, 1800
1800
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Hymns, by Mr. Richards; sung at the Universal Meeting-House, Portsmouth, January the 26th, 1800
Richards, George, 1755?-1814
[Portsmouth, N.H.? : Printed by Charles Peirce?, 1800?]
1800?
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Hymns composed on the death of Gen. Washington; and sung, at the Universal Meeting-House, Portsmouth, N.H. January, 1800
Richards, George, 1755?-1814
[Portsmouth, N.H.] : Printed at the United States Oracle Press, by Charles Pierce, No. 5, Daniel-Street, [1800]
1800
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The national eulogy of the illustrious George Washington, pronounced at the request of the United States, in Congress assembled. By Major Gen. Henry Lee, at Philadelphia, in the German Lutheran Church, December 26th, 1799
Lee, Henry, 1756-1818
Portsmouth, (New-Hampshire,) : Printed at the United States' Oracle-Office by Charles Peirce, January, 1800
1800
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An oration, commemorative of the late illustrious General Washington pronounced at Greenland, February 22d, 1800; according to a recommendation of the Congress of the United States. By Samuel Macclintock, D.D
Macclintock, Samuel, 1732-1804
Portsmouth, (New-Hampshire,) : Printed at the United States' Oracle-Office, by Charles Peirce, 1800
1800
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Proposals for editing, printing and publishing the Oracle of the day as a Federal paper, devoted to government, order and laws. Charles Peirce, begs to assure the citizens of the United States, that he is unalterably determined to support the government of his country ... He has resolved that not a letter in his fount shall be a soldier in the armies of aliens. His types from henceforth are standard bearers in the legions of United Columbia, and marshalled rank and file, on the side of governmen
Peirce, Charles, 1770-1851
[Portsmouth, N.H. : Printed by Charles Peirce, 1798]
1798
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Recovery from sickness a present to one lately raised from a dangerous disorder. Containing serious reflections, resolutions & devotions, suitable to that occasion
Towgood, Micaiah, 1700-1792
Portsmouth, New Hampshire : Printed by Charles Peirce, at his office in Court-Street, M,DCC,XCIV. [1794]
1794
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A sermon, delivered at the interment of Mrs. Susannah Porter, consort of Rev. Mr. Porter, Pastor of the Church of Christ at Rye. February, 27th, 1794. By Joseph Buckminster, A.M. [One line of quotation]
Buckminster, Joseph, 1751-1812
[Portsmouth, N.H.] : Printed at the Oracle Press, in Portsmouth, by Charles Peirce, M,DCC,XCIV. [1794]
1794
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A sermon, delivered at the South Church in Portsmouth, on the V January, M,DCCC. Occasioned by the sudden and universally lamented death of George Washington commander of the American armies, and late president of the United States. By Timothy Alden, Jun. A.M. colleague Pastor with the Rev. Dr. Haven. Published at the desire of a respectable number of the hearers, to whom it is affectionately dedicated
Alden, Timothy, 1771-1839
Portsmouth,(New-Hampshire,) : Printed at the United States' Oracle-Office, by Charles Peirce, January, 1800
1800
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A sermon, delivered at the South Church in Portsmouth, on the V January, M,DCCC. Occasioned by the sudden and universally lamented death of George Washington, commander of the American armies, and late president of the United States. By Timothy Alden, Jun. A.M. colleague Pastor with the Rev. Samuel Haven, D.D. Published at the desire of a respectable number of the hearers, to whom it is affectionately dedicated
Alden, Timothy, 1771-1839
Portsmouth, New-Hampshire : Printed at the United States' Oracle-Office, in January, and re-printed in February, MDCCC: by Charles Peirce, [1800]
1800
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A sermon, preached at Arundel, January 12, 1800 on the death of George Washington. By Silas Moody, A.M. Pastor of the church in said town. Published by special request
Moody, Silas, 1742-1816
Portsmouth, (New-Hampshire,) : Printed at the United States' Oracle-office, by Charles Peirce, February, 1800
1800
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Tables, shewing in three different view [sic] the comparative value of the currency, of the states of New-Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode-Island, Connecticut, Virginia, Vermont and Kentucky, with dollars, cents and mills, and sterling money; : also, of French crowns, with dollars, cents and mills, and with currency, and of foreign coined gold, with dollars, cents & mills

Portsmouth, N.H. : Printed by Charles Peirce, proprietor of the work., 1796
1796
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Ten sermons preached on various important subjects. By George Whitefield, A.B. Carefully corrected and revised, according to the best London edition
Whitefield, George, 1714-1770
Portsmouth, New-Hampshire : Printed for Charles Peirce & S. Larkin, sold by them at their respective bookstores in Portsmouth, and by the principal booksellers in the United States, --1797--
1797-
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Three years travels throughout the interior parts of North-America, for more than five thousand miles ... together with a concise history of the genius, manners, and customs of the Indians ... and an appendix, describing the uncultivated parts of America, that are the most proper for forming settlements. By Captain Jonathan Carver, of the provincial troops in America
Carver, Jonathan, 1710-1780
Printed at Portsmouth, New Hampshire : by Charles Peirce, for David West, no. 36, Marlborough-Street, Boston, M,DCC,XCIV. [1794]
1794
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A versification of President Washington's excellent farewell-address, to the citizens of the United States. By a gentleman of Portsmouth, N.H. Published according to act of Congress
Sewall, Jonathan Mitchell, 1748-1808
Portsmouth, New-Hampshire : Printed and sold by Charles Peirce, at the Columbian bookstore, no. 5, Daniel-Street, 1798
1798
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