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SHEE, JOHN, The pilgrim add. to gen. Ser. del, at the thurs, lec. 16 Sept. with the other gent. throughout the 1762, occ. by the reduc. of Havan U. S. to whom the immediate defence na, 8. Bos.

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SHEEPS-BOUW, Niewe Hollandse ver[SEWALL, JONATHAN MITCHELL, toonende een volmaakt schip, etc.

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G. Washington, del. at Kiutery, 22 SHEPARD, SAMUEL, Lenox, Mass. el. Feb. 1800, 8. Ports.

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SMITH, WILLIAM, Philadelphia, DisSINGING, Essay to excite a further en courses on pub. occasions in Am. 2d.

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SMITH, John, Gr. Brit. Essay on SLAVE representation by Boreas, 8. univ. redemption, 8. Bos. rep. 1767. 1812.

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SMITH, WILLIAM, Rhode Isl. Nors SLAVERY in the U. S. On the inconsist walk, Ser. bef. a soc. of free masons,

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