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London, 1846 37 AMERICA. Antiquities of. The First Inhabitants of Central
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Buffalo, 1849 “ Thither came in times afar
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The Northmen trained to spoil and blood" — 38 AMERICA. The History of Ancient America, anterior to the time
of Columbus : proving the identity of the Aborigines with the Tyrians and Israelites; and the introduction of Christianity into the Western Hemisphere by the Apostle St. Thomas. By Geo. Jones. Third edition ; royal 8vo, cloth ; engraved title-page. Medallion of Count Joannes.
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New York, 1802 40 AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR. A MILITARY JOURNAL
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Boston, 1827 41 AMERICAN NAVY. A Compilation of Biographical Sketches
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Newburyport, 1814 42 AMERICAN SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION. Minutes of the Debate in the
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Andover, 1818 54 ANDRÉ, MAJOR. ORATION PRONOUNCED before the young men
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