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Citizen of the United States
Everett, Alex H.
Everett, Alexander H.
Everett, Alexander Hill
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Bake, John (1787-1864)
Ferry, Claude-Joseph (1756-1845)
General Convention of the Friends of Domestic Industry (1831 : New York, N.Y.)
Headley, Joel Tyler (1813-1897)
Israel Thorndike Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Jacob Bailey Moore Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Sparks, Jared (1789-1866)
Tucker, George
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
address delivered at Charlestown, Mass., on the 17th of June, 1836, at the request of the young men, without distinction of party, in commemoration of the Battle of Bunker Hill., An
address delivered at Salem, An
address delivered before the Massachusetts Charitable Fire Society at their annual meeting, May 28, 1813, An
address delivered before the Massachusetts Horticultural Society on the celebration of its fifth annual festival, September 18, 1833, An
address delivered before the Peithessophian and Philoclean societies of Rutgers college, on the literary character of the Scriptures, An
address to the literary societies of Dartmouth college, An
address to the Phi beta kappa society of Bowdoin college, An
Alex. H. Everett's Amerika, oder Allgemeiner ueberblick der politischen lage der verschiedenen staaten des westlichen festlandes
Alexander Everett correspondence
America; or, A general survey of the political situation of the several powers of the Western Continent with conjectures on their future prospects.
Brief van Alexander Hill Everett (1790-1847) aan John Bake (1787-1864)
British opinions on the protecting system
character and portraits of Washington., The
conduct of the administration., The
correspondance entre Domingo Del Monte ... c1994:, La
correspondance entre Domingo Del Monte et Alexander Hill Everett, La
Critical and miscellaneous essays : 2nd series
Cuba; the Everett letters on Cuba.
defence of the character and principles of Mr. Jefferson;, A
discourse on the progress and limits of social improvement, A : including a general survey of the history of civilization
Europe, 1822:
Europe; or, A general survey of the present situation of the principal powers, with conjectures on their future prospects.
few notes on certain passages respecting the law of nations, A : contained in an article in the July no. of the North American Review upon the work entitled "Europe, by a citizen of the United States"
Friends of domestic industry. [from old catalog]
history of the world: from the earliest period to the year of Our Lord 1783, with particular reference to the affairs of Europe and her colonies., The
Illustration and proofs of the principle of population : being the first work on population in the English language recommending birth control ; [suivi de] New ideas on population with remarks on the theories of Malthus and Godwin
Lives of Robert Cavelier de La Salle and Patrick Henry.
Makers of American history: Patrick Henry
Memorial of the New York convention, to the Congress of the United States.
Memorial of the New-York Convention : to the honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled : the memorial of a Convention of Friends of Domestic Industry, assembled at New York, on the 25th of October last.
New ideas on population with remarks on the theories of Malthus and Godwin
North American review.
Nouvelles idées sur la population, avec des remarques sur les théories de Malthus et de Godwin
NUC pre-1956
oration: delivered at the request of the city government, before the citizens of Boston, on the 5th of July, 1830., An
Remarks on article IX in the eighty-fourth number of the North American review, July, 1834, entitled, Origin and character of the old parties.
Remarks on the governor's speech.
Strictures on nullification.
Thoughts on the ensuing election, and the propriety of sending a merchant to Congress, 1813: