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Johnson, A. B.
Johnson, Alexander B.
Johnson, Alexander Bryan
Dates: 
1786-1867
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cre
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Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress)
Lee, Irving J. (1909-1955))
Millar, David R. (1932-)
Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Rynin, David (1905-)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Young Men's Association of the City of Utica
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address to the Utica Temperance Society, An : delivered at the Second Presbyterian Church, July 29, 1829
advanced value of gold, suspended specie payements, legal-tender notes, taxation and national debt, investigated impartially:, The
Alexander Bryan Johnson's A treatise on language
approaching presidential election, 1864., The
banker's common-place book ..., The
Deep sea soundings and explorations of the bottom; or, The ultimate analysis of human knowledge.
Deep sea soundings and explorations of the botton; or, The ultimate analysis of human knowledge.
guide to the right understanding of our American union, or, political, economical and literary miscellanies, A : dedicated to the young men of America
inquiry into the nature of value and of capital, and into the operation of government loans, banking institutions, and private credit. 1813., An
Letter.
meaning of words, analysed into words and unverbal things, The : and unverbal things classified into intellections, sensations, and emotions
oration, commemorative of American independence, delivered at Utica, July 5, 1824., An
Our monetary condition.
philosophical emperor, a political experiment, or, The progress of a false position., The
philosophy of human knowledge, or a treatise on language. A course of lectures, delivered at the Utica Lyceum, The
physiology of the senses; or, How and what we see, hear, taste, feel, and smell., The
Progress of a false position
relation which words bear to things, The
Religion in its relation to the present life, in a series of lectures, delivered before the Young Men's Association of Utica, and published at their request.
Speech before an auxiliary of the American colonization society.
Thoughts on the necessity for, and action of, the approaching state convention.
treatise on banking; the duties of a banker and his personal requests therefore., A
treatise on language or, The relation which words bear to things, in four parts, A
Union as it was and the Constitution as it is., The
Where we stood and where we stand.
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