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2. Primitive cookery; or the kitchen garden display'd: containing a collection of receipts for preparing a great variety of cheap, healthful and palatable dishes, without either fish, flesh, or fowl. ...
3. Regulations for the order and discipline of the troops of the United States. By Baron de Steuben, late major gen. & inspector gen. of the American army.
4. Orders appointed to be executed in the cittie of London, for setting roges and idle persons to worke, and for releefe of the poore.
5. The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, in Hebrew; corrected from the version published by Dr. Hutter, at Nuremburg, 1599; and Richard Caddick, of Christ-Church, Oxford.
6. The noble cricketer's [sic]: a poetical and familiar epistle, address'd to two of the idlest lords in his Majesty's three kingdoms.
7. The world turned up-side down: or the comical metamorphoses: a work entirely calculated to excite laughter, in grown persons, and promote moralily in the young ones,
8. The academy of compliments, being the rarest and most exact way of wooing a maid or widow, ... With passionate love-letters, courtly sentences to ... Together with a choice collection of songs.
9. The hundred and eleven propositions, concerning the ministry and government of the church, drawn up by order of the General Assembly 1645, together ... ministry, drawn up by the commission in 1651;
10. The correspondence between Citizen Genet, minister of the French Republic, to the United States of North America, and the officers of the federal government