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General George Washington
The "American Apostle" of Radical Christianity!

FACT! George Washington was a "RADICALLY DEDICATED" Christian!
Was He The Greatest Christian Outside The Bible?
Only slightly less than the Apostle Paul!

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Young George Washington:
Confessing His 'Cherry Tree Sins!'

This event Testified to by Family and Pastor;
There is not the Slightest evidence to the Contrary!
Offering $10,000 for such EVIDENCE to be presented!
Young George Washington's CHERRY TREE Story!
George Washington: AMAZING FUN-FACTS and MYTHS! Take A QUIZ!
George Washington: AMAZING FUN-FACTS and MYTHS!
George Washington: First Chapter of First Book About Him!
George Washington: Chapter-2 of First Bio About Him!
George Washington: Book on His Life: Best Seller in 3-Centuries!
George Washington: AMAZING by Age 12-13!


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General George Washington:
American Apostle of Righteousness!'

He Commanded his soldiers attend Sunday Preaching Meetings;
He Required a 'Time of Prayer' twice a day for Troops;
He Commanded his Soldiers - including Officers - NOT TO SIN,
He URGED soldiers to have a Strong Commitment to Christianity!
He forbad profane speech, cursing, blasphemy, and disrespecting God's Name!
He forbad petty gaming/gambling, drunkenness, adultery, lying and theft! etc;
He had "sinners" literally whipped many lashes for such sins!
George Washington: Prescribed 25-Lashes for Blaspheming God's Name!
George Washington: Strongly AGAINST DRINKING ALCOHOL!
George Washington: Methods of Discipline Adult Sins
George Washington on HOMOSEXUALITY;

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General George Washington:
American Apostle of Faith in God!

His Valley Forge Prayer testified to by Army Officers,
Foot-Soldiers, Neighbors, Personal Aides, Strangers, Family Members;
George Washington Praying at Valley Forge: EXTENSIVE Evidence
Valley Forge Officers Find Washington Praying in Barn!
Isabella Potts-James Testifies Washington Prayed, Valley Forge;
Nathaniel R. Snowden: Recorded Washington's Valley Forge Prayer
Officer Muhlenberg Witnessed Washington Praying at Valley Forge;
George Washington's DIVINE BENEDICTION: His Truest Prayer!


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General George Washington:
American Apostle of Divine Providence;

That He wrote on the Theology of GOD'S SOVEREIGNTY;
More than any Theologian of the Reformation;
More than the Catholic Church writersin 2,000 years;
More than all who wrote Holy Scripture - COMBINED!
Washington literally declared in writing for the whole world to know,
that he would have "plenty of time,
To become a Preacher of Divine Providence after the War!"
George Washington Planned to be PREACHER after the WAR!
George Washington's Basic Beliefs in PROVIDENCE: BRIEF;
George Washington: Teaches on Providence of Death
George Washington Attributes MONMOUTH VICTORY to PROVIDENCE;
George Washington: Some Letters on PROVIDENCE;

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General George Washington:
American Apostle Baptized During War;

By His Army Chaplain, Baptist Preacher John Gano,
War Chaplain John Gano BAPTIZED GEORGE WASHINGTON;
George Washington's Baptism According to "Time Magazine" 1932;
George Washington's Baptism: "Three Eyewitness do AFFIDAVITS":
An Act of Congress, 7-16-1894, Accepts the Evidence


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General George Washington:
American Apostle of Literary Genius!

He created a Religious Literary work comparative to Shakespeare:
He devised over 1,000 Scriptural Names-&-Titles for God,
Exceeding all Divine Titles EVER Created (Including Bible!)
And including all Theologians of Antiquity and the Current Age!
Since Washington did this over his lifetime, he had to have kept track
Of hundreds of titles he previously created, in this monumental literary work!
George Washington Uses Over 1,000 NAMES-TITLES of DEITY;
George Washington used over 100 Names-&-Titles of Deity used in 100 Prayers!

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General George Washington:
American Apostle of Spiritual Warfare!

George Washington prayed consistently, fervently and constantly:
From pre-teens, through teens; from French & Indian War through Revolution;
From the US Constitutional Convention through his Presidency.
At every season of life, and every situation,
Washington prayed, and urged others to pray!
George Washington: Adult Nephew Witnesses Kneeling Daily Prayer;
What George Washington Actually Prayed for: His Own Words!
George Washington Prays for Food for Army: Fish Clog River Soon After!
George Washington Prays: Supernatural Fog Allows Escape!
George Washington: Kneeling while most others stood;


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General George Washington:
American Apostle of Doctrine & Theology;

FACT: This multitude of Names/Titles created contain many Complex Character traits of God, making Washington a GREAT THEOLOGIAN!

FACT: Washington's Letters to Family and Friends who lost spouses and children to tragic circumstances present an amazingly grasp of theology that puts Washington ON PAR with Calvin, Wesley and Spurgeon!

George Washington: 30-Ways to DEAL with DEATH of Loved Ones;
George Washington THEOLOGIAN: Teaches on Providence of Death!


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General George Washington:
American Apostle Professing "TWELVE MIRACLES"

George Washington: Kneeling while most others stood;

FACT: If you or any Bible college Professor out there think 1,000-plus 'Theologically Correct' Names/Titles for God is a simple task: TRY IT!

FACT: No other writer, whether Jewish Scholar, Biblical Author, Reformation or modern Scholar, has even devised ONE-TENTH as many ORIGINAL Names/Titles!

George Washington THREE-PUBLIC-PRAYERS-He-PRAYED
George Washington: Most famous Quotes on Miracles
Why TRAGEDIES Happen to Good People!
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George Washington Praying at Valley Forge: EXTENSIVE Evidence
Valley Forge Officers Find Washington Praying in Barn!
Isabella Potts-James Testifies Washington Prayed, Valley Forge;
Nathaniel R. Snowden: Recorded Washington's Valley Forge Prayer
Officer Muhlenberg Witnessed Washington Praying at Valley Forge;
George Washington's DIVINE BENEDICTION: His Truest Prayer!


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General George Washington:
American Apostle Praying With His Mother!

George Washington prayed consistently, fervently and constantly:
From pre-teens, through teens; from French & Indian War through Revolution;
From the US Constitutional Convention through his Presidency.
At every season of life, and every situation,
Washington prayed, and urged others to pray!
George Washington: Adult Nephew Witnesses Kneeling Daily Prayer;
What George Washington Actually Prayed for: His Own Words!
George Washington Prays for Food for Army: Fish Clog River Soon After!
George Washington Prays: Supernatural Fog Allows Escape!
George Washington: Kneeling while most others stood;


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George Washington Praying at Valley Forge: EXTENSIVE Evidence
Valley Forge Officers Find Washington Praying in Barn!
Isabella Potts-James Testifies Washington Prayed, Valley Forge;
Nathaniel R. Snowden: Recorded Washington's Valley Forge Prayer
Officer Muhlenberg Witnessed Washington Praying at Valley Forge;
George Washington's DIVINE BENEDICTION: His Truest Prayer!

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President George Washington:
American Apostle takes Oath on Bible

George Washington prayed consistently, constantly: from pre-teens, through teens; from Early French & Indian War days through the Revolutionary War; from the US Constitutional Convention through his Presidency.
At every season of life, and every situation,
Washington prayed, and urged others to pray!
George Washington: Adult Nephew Witnesses Kneeling Daily Prayer;
What George Washington Actually Prayed for: His Own Words!
George Washington Prays for Food for Army: Fish Clog River Soon After!
George Washington Prays: Supernatural Fog Allows Escape!
George Washington: Kneeling while most others stood;


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George Washington Praying at Valley Forge: EXTENSIVE Evidence
Valley Forge Officers Find Washington Praying in Barn!
Isabella Potts-James Testifies Washington Prayed, Valley Forge;
Nathaniel R. Snowden: Recorded Washington's Valley Forge Prayer
Officer Muhlenberg Witnessed Washington Praying at Valley Forge;
George Washington's DIVINE BENEDICTION: His Truest Prayer!


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General George Washington:
American Apostle takes Holy Communion!

Morristown Presbyterian Church became a Hospital during the War: displaced congregation met out-of-doors years for a long time:
OBVIOUSLY, Washington withdrew from the Church of England;
And Morristown Church became Washington's Church during the War;
With Rev. Timothy Johnes becoming a Pastor to George Washington;
Washington took Communion with his New Church Family;
Many witnessed, and a Stain-Glass Window Memorializes this Event;
George Washington: Taking Communion written in "Official Church History"
What George Washington Taking Communion written in by Tom Eckhard
George Washington Takes Holy Communion "A BRIEF HISTORICAL SKETCH"
George Washington Drawings Memorializing His Holy Communion
George Washington: Beautiful Photos Memorializing His Holy Communion;


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DID YOU KNOW: George Washington created A Multitude of Titles for God, with all of them Scripturally Exacting and Theologically Correct! AMAZING!

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George Washington Created Over 1,000 Titles for God!



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PREFACE.

    One hundred and fifty-seven years ago, there was born in a plain Virginia farm-house, a boy, whose life history has commanded the admiration and respect of the world, and the love and veneration of his countrymen. That boy — a leader among boys — became the hardy young Surveyor, the trusted Commissioner, the Virginia Colonel, the Commander-in-Chief, and finally the First President of the United States.

    A brief summary!

    But those years of progression teem with events and results, among the most remarkable in the history of man. A people winning independence, a republic originated and consolidated, a world advanced in ideas and humanity. That boy, that man, steadily growing and steadily working, controlled these events, utilized these results, and made possible the glorious future of his country.

    Yet the history of George Washington is not always a recital of brilliant exploits in the field — the cunning strategy of the Commander — nor is it always a narrative of startling movements in the cabinet, — the secret diplomacy of the Statesman, — but it is always the consistent record of a man true to himself, true to his country, true to his God.

    George Washington is the Life of an earnest, honest man, of a sincere, conscientious ruler, and of a patriot without guile; never faltering in the right, never neglecting a duty, never hesitating in his love and devotion for his country.

    George Washington was pure of thought, pure of action, unerring In judgment, unwearied In effort.

    This life history has been written so often, and has appeared in so many forms, from the slight sketch to the ponderous quarto, from the school-book of a single volume, to the finished production of many, that but few are aware of the number and how constantly it has been added to.

    It is proper, therefore, that some attempt should be made to impart such information, and by devoting this volume to that purpose we shall endeavor to furnish a list of these sketches and biographies, so that the student and reader may know what to refer to and what to make useful.

    While the list has been made as complete as was possible, we do not necessarily claim it to be exhaustive, especially as regards the sketches ; but, at the same time feel assured, that for all practical purposes it will be found sufficient.

    The chronological arrangement of titles has prevented the grouping together of all the editions of particular works, which would have been desirable, but as such information can he had by reference to the Index, that sequence, certainly the best, has been adhered to.

    The word re-issue, as used throughout the work, is intended to convey the fact that the book or sketch under consideration, was printed from the stereotype-plates of an earlier date, and the word reprinted indicates a new set up of type, duplicating the text of the original publication, but not, however, necessarily the same as to the size or number of pages.

    The numbers designating the different portraits in these publications, correspond with those in a previous work of the writer, entitled the "Engraved Portraits of Washington," where fuller descriptions are furnished.

    The etched portrait prefixed to the volume is from the three- quarter length painted from life by Joseph Wright, at Philadelphia, in 1784, for Mrs. Samuel Powel, of that city, an intimate friend of Washington. The portrait, still in the possession of the Powel family at Newport, R. I., is remarkable for its pronounced personality without any attempt at the ideal, and in that respect, while possessing no particular artistic excellence, is extremely interesting and valuable.

    The etching executed expressly for this work by Mr. Albert Rosenthal of Philadelphia, from his own drawing made in the summer of 1888, is a close translation of the original, which, with the exception of a reproduction on wood published in the Century Magazine for November, 1887, has not heretofore been engraved.

    Joseph Wright, the painter of the " Powel Portrait," was born at Bordentown, New Jersey, July i6th, 1756, and died at Philadelphia in 1793. The family having removed to England after the decease of his father, Mr. Wright studied both at Paris and London, where his mother, Mrs. Patience Lovell Wright, was well known as an excellent modeler in way.

    After his return to this country Mr. Wright painted several portraits of Washington from life, the first being executed at Rocky Hill, New Jersey, in 1783, the year previous to the production of the " Powel Portrait."

    Other portraits followed, one of the most interesting being a drawing in profile made in New York in 1790. This the artist afterwards reproduced in a small etching, probably the earliest painter-etching of any importance executed in America.

    In closing this my fourth and final contribution to

    "Books About George Washington, by NewtonStein: AD-2010," let me say to my countrymen, that one of the imperative duties of citizenship is to keep alive the sacred fire of patriotism, which burned so purely and so steadily, in the breast of our Washington, and that in no way can the fulfillment of this duty — a common heritage — be better understood than by the careful study of the Life and the Character of the Father of His Country!

    W. S. BAKER. Philadelphia, February 2 2d, i8Sip.


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    [1] ROUBAUD, J. L. AUDIBERT 1777

      A Compendious History of General Washington, Commander in Chief of the Americans. London: 1777.] 8vo, pp. 8.

      "A tract without a title-page, headed as above and signed ' J. L. Audibert Roubaud, Ex-Secretary to the British Academy of Sciences, 1777.'" Title and note from Rich, Bibliothtca Americana Nma.


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    [2] GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, 1778;

      Particulars of the Life and Character of General Washington, extracted from a letter in Lloyd's Evening Post of August 17th [1778]. Signed an Old Soldier. [The Gentleman's Magazine. August Number. London: 1778.]


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    [3] BELL, JOHN; 1779;

      A Sketch of Mr. Washington's Life and Character. [Appended to a Poetical Epistle to His Excellency, George Washington, Esq. Annapolis: Printed i J "jg. London : Reprinted MDCCLX XX. Sq. 8\-o. Portrait after C. W. Peale, Baker, 35.]

      The sketch which occupies pp. 14-24 of the pamphlet, was written by John Bell, Esq., of Maryland, and forms the contents of a letter by him to a friend in Europe, dated May 3d, 1779, published the following year as above described. The Author of the epistle to which it was annexed was Charles Henry Wharton, also a native of Maryland, but at the lime a resident of Worcester, England, and to whom in all probability the letter was addressed.

      The sketch, which so far as we know, is the first attempt at a Biography of Washington made in America, was also printed in the London Cironi July 22d, 1 780. Of the writer, John Bell, we have no information other than the statement in the preface, that he was " connected and intimate in the family " of Washington. The pamphlet has been reprinted several times, the last being at New York, in 1S65.

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    [4] BELL JOHN, 1780;

      A Sketch of the Life and Character of General Washington. [Westminster Magazine. Vol. VIII. August Number. London: 1780.]

      A reprint of the preceding number, omitting the last paragraph and a portion of the preceding one.

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    [5] Leben iiml Thaton G. Washingtons, 1783;

      Mit cincm Abriss des Nordamerikanischen Freistaats. Ilaniburg : 1783. 8 volumes.

      Title from Octlinger's " Bibliographie Biographique."


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    [6] JONES, THOMAS; 1783-88;

      Biographical Sketch of George Washington. [History of New York during the Revolutionary War. By Thomas Jones, Justice of the Supreme Court of the Province. Edited by Edward Floyd de Lancey. New York: Printed for the New York Historical Society, 1879. 2 vols., 8vo.]

      Thomas Jones was born in Queens County, Province of New York, April 30th, 1 73 1. He married a daughter of James de Lancey, Governor of New York, and at the time of the outbreak of the Revolution was a Justice of the Supreme Court of the Province.

      In consequence of his adherence to the royal cause, Judge Jones lost his estate under the confiscation act, and was one of the fifty-six gentlemen and three ladies included in the New York Act of Attainder.

      Judge Jones left the United States in 1781, and died in England, July 25th, 1792. During the years I783-88,he employed his leisure hours in recording the events of the period, the MS. of which was preserved and published at New York in 1879, as above described. Included in the work are short sketches of several of the prominent participators in the Revolution; the Washington sketch (Vol. II, pp. 344-49) may have been written about the year 1785.


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    [7] MORSE, JEDIDIAH, 1789;

      Sketch of the Life of General Washington. [The American Geography; or, a view of the present situation of the United States of America. By Jcdidiah Morse. Elizabethtown: Printed by Shepard Kollockfor the Author. MDCCLXXXIX. 8vo.]

      The sketch, pp. 127-32, is introduced as a note to a reference in the text, of the appointment of " George Washington, Esq., a native of Virginia," to the Chief Command of the American Army. The mention of Washington in the text closes as follows:

      " While true merit is esteemed, or virtue honored, mankind will never cease to revere the memory of this Hero; and while gratitude remains in the human breast, the praise of WASHINGTON shall dwell on every American tongue."


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    [8] MORSE, JEDIDIAH, 1789;

      Memoirs of General Washington. [The Massachusetts Magazine. Vol. I. May Number. Printed at Boston : 1789.]

      A reprint of the preceding sketch in the " American Geography," omitting the last three paragraphs describing the personal habits of Washington, and the routine of life at Mount Vernon.


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    [9] BELL, JOHN; 1791;

      Sketch of the President of the United States. By John Hell, Esq., of Maryland. Written at an early period of the late American War, to a Friend in Europe. [Massachusetts Magazine. Vol. III. March Number. Printed at Boston : 1791. Portrait after Wright, ZjW-iv-, 77.]

      A reprint of No. 3.


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    [10] BRITISH REVIEW, 1792;

      Biographical Anecdotes of General Washington. [The Literary and Biographical Magazine and British Review. July Number. London: 1792. Portrait after Wright, Baker, 87.]

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    [11] EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, 1792;

      Character of General Washington. [The Edinburgh Magazine. Vol. XVI. September Number. Edinburgh: 1792.]

      The latter portion of this sketch describing the personal habits of Washington, and the daily routine at Mount Vernon, is taken from the sketch by Jedidiah Morse, No. 7.

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      Short Sketch of the Life and Character of General Washington. [Appended to an oration on the Discovery of America, delivered in London, October the 12th, 1792. By Elhanan Winchester. London: [1792]. 8vo.]

      The sketch, pp. 57-74, with the exception of a few additional paragraphs in conclusion, is a reprint of No. 7, by Jedidiah Morse.

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      The I Life | of | Gen. Washington, | Commander in Chief of the American Army | during the late War, and present President | of the United States. | Also, | of the Brave | General Montgomery. | Embellished with Cuts. I Philadelphia : | Printed by Jofies, Hoff & Derrick.

      No. 8 North Fifth Street. MDCCXCIV. 24 mo, pp. 36. Portrait.

      The Washington sketch, pp. 5-22, is a reprint of that by Jedidiah Morse, No. 7, and the sketch of Montgomery is also printed from that writer's note in the same volume of the "American Geography."

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      General George Washington, the 'Father of his Country' and the Friend of Mankind. [The American Remembrancer. By James Hardie, A.M. Philadelphia : UBCQXCV . Sm. i2 mo.]

      MAXWELL, (JOHN). 15

      The American Patriot and Hero. Or, a brief Memoir of ... . His Excellency General Washington ; . . . . By John Maxwell .... [n. p. :] Printed for the Author. 1785 [i.e. 1795.] 12 mo, pp. 94 [i.e. 64], Errata, i.

      Title from Sabin's Dictionary.

      1798 - CONDIE (THOMAS). 16 ,

      Memoirs of George Washington, Esq., late President of the United States. [The Philadelphia Monthly Magazine. Volume First. Philadelphia : Printed for Thomas Condie, Stationer, No. 20 Carter s- Alley. 1798. Portrait after Savage, 1 30.]

      * The earliest application of this epithet lo Washington, which has come to the knowledge of the writer, occurs in a German almanac, the " Nord Amcricanischc Calender " for the year 1779, printed at Lancaster, Pa., a copy of which is in the library of Samuel W. Pennypacker, LL.D., of Philadelphia.

      The frontispiece of the full size of the page, sm. 4I0, an emblematic design, presents in the upper portion of it, a figure of Fame with a trumpet in her right hand, and in her left a medallion portrait, laureated, inscribed " Washington." From the trumpet proceed the words, " Des Landes Vater," the Father of the Country.

      The material for the almanac, furnished by David Ritlcnhouse, was doubtless prepared and printed in 1778.— W. S. B.

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      A compilation, for the most part, from the sketches by John Bell, No. 3, and Jedidiah Morse, No. 7, the interest of the narrative being sustained by the introduction of Washington's Journal of 1753; the Address of the Provincial Congress of New York (June 26th, 1775)1,

      - with the answer of Washington; his Farewell Address to the Armies of the United States; the resignation of his Commission at Annapolis; his letter to the Governor of Virginia, declining the acceptance of certain shares in an Improvement Company, and his Inaugural Address, April 30th, 1789.

      The Philadelphia for 1798, in which these Memoirs appear, seems to have been issued only for that year, not reaching beyond Vol. I. Thomas Condie, for whom it was printed, and whose name is affixed as the compiler of the Memoirs, was a book-binder by trade. He died about the year 1815.

      1799 - SCOTT (JOSEPH). 17

      An History of the Life of the illustrious George Washington, Commander in Chief of the American Armies during our Revolutionary War with Great Britain. First President of the United States, and since, Lieutenant General of the Army. By Joseph Scott. Philadelphia.

      The above title is taken from an advertisement in Tlie Aurora, Philadelphia, December 28th, 1799, submitting proposals for the publication of said Life in one vol., 8vo, pp. 400, with " a striking likeness of the General."

      No copy of a Life of Washington by Joseph Scott is known to this writer, and it may not have been issued. Joseph Scott was the author of the "United States Gazetteer," Philadelphia, 1795, a "Geographical Description of the United States," 1S05, and other works of a similar character.

      1800.

      BRITISH REGISTER. 18

      Biographical Sketch of George Washington, late President of the United States of America. [The Monthly Magazine ; or, British Register. Vol. IX. Parti. London: 1800.]

      [ ] »9

      George Washington, the Illustrious Patriot, the Annals of Modern History record. [A brief Sketch published as a Broadside, with an emblematic design as a heading. Loudon: April, i800. Portrait after William Birch, Baker, 389.]

      CONDIE (THOMAS). 20

      Biographical Memoirs | of the | Illustrious | Gen. Geo : Washing- ton, I late President | of the | United States of America, etc., etc. | Containing I a IIistor- of the Principal Events of his Life, | with extracts from his Journals, | Speeches to Congress, and | I'ublic Addresses: ( Also I a Sketch of his Private Life, j Philadelphia: Printed by Charles & Ralston. 1800. i8mo, pp. 232.

      Substantially the same as No. 1 6, with slight changes, and additions; the additions comprise several letters by Washington to Congress, during 1775, '76, '77, the correspondence with General Gage, August, 1775, ''>* orders to the Army (April l8th, 1783), proclaiming the cessation of hostilities, a brief history of the administration of Washington, and an account of his death. The preface is dated Moyamensing, Feb., iSoo. Moyamensing was a township lying south of Philadelphia and adjoining thereto ; it is now included in the corporate limits of that city.

      CORRY (JOHN). 21^

      A Sketch of the Life of the late General Washington. By John Corn-. [The British Magazine. Vol. I. February, March, April and May Numbers. London: Priiitiii for G. Kcarslcy, Fleet-Street, 1800. Portrait, Baker, 430.]

      John Corry, the writer of the above sketch, was a native of Ireland, and followed the profession of a journalist in Dublin. lie went to London about 1792, and there found con- stant employment for his versatile pen. Mr. Corry was the author of numerous works ; his last known publication, " A History of Lancashire," 2 vols., 4to, was issued at London in 1825.

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      The I Life | of | George Washington, | late | President | and | Commander in Chief | of the | Armies | of the [ United States of America ; | interspersed with | Biographical Anecdotes | of the | most eminent Men who effected the American | Revolution, | dedi- cated (by permission) to the right | Honourable the Lord Mayor. | By John Corry. |

      Th' applause of listening senates to command.

      The threats of pain and ruin to despise ; To scatter plenty o'er a smiling land.

      And read his history in a nation's eyes ! — Gray.

      London: Printed by J. IV. Myers. No. 2, Paternoster-roiv, and sold by G. Kearsley, Fleet-Street ; West and Hughes, Paternoster- Row ; and J. Ogle, Edinburgh. 1800. i6mo, pp. 228. (3.)

      With the exception of pp. 1 1-28, which are substantially the same as the corresponding portions of the preceding number, this is a different production, being almost entirely

      re-written. It is here that the well-known opening paragraph, " In the history of man, wc contemplate," etc., the ear-mark of all subsequent editions and abridgments of this Life, so popular in the first quarter of the century, appears for the first time.

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      The I Life | of | George Washington, | late ] President | and | Commander in Chief | of | tlie Armies | of tlie | United .States of America; | interspersed | with Biographical Anecdotes | of | the most eminent Men who | effected the American Revolution. | B>- John Corrj'. I

      The applause of listening senates to command.

      The threats of pain and ruin to despise ; To scatter plenty o'er a smiling land.

      And read his hisl'ry in a nation's eyes. — CIray.

      Belfast: \ Printed by J. Smyth at the Public Priiiting-Office. \ High- Street, I 1800. i2in(i, pp. 216. Portrait after Stuart.

      A reprint of the preceding number, omitting the dedication to " The Right Honourable H. C. Combe, Lord Mayor of London."

      EUROPEAN MAGAZINE. 24 >.

      Account of George Washington. [European' Magazine and Lon- don Review. Vol.37. March and April Numbers. London: iSoo. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 311.]

      Reprinted at Philadelphia in " Poulson's American Daily Advertiser," December i6th and 17th, 1800, omitting the Character of Washington, by Mallet du Pan taken from the British Mercury, which had previously appeared in the issue of October 28th.

      EDINBURGH MAGAZINE. 25

      Account of General George Washington. [The Edinburgh Magazine or Literary Miscellany. Vol. XV. April and May Num- bers. Edinburgh : 1 800.]

      A reprint of the preceding sketch in the European Magazine.

      HISTORICAL MAGAZINE. 26

      Outlines of the Life and Character of General Washington. [The Historical, Biographical, Literary and Scientific Magazine. By Robert Bisset. Vol. L Loudon: 1800. Portrait, v9(?/('«-, 428.]

      MORSE (JEDIDIAH). 27

      Biographical Sketch of George Washington. [Appended to a Prayer and Sermon delivered at Charleston, December 31st, 1799; on the death of George Washington. By Jedidiah Morse, D.D. Charlestown : 1 800. 8vo.]

      The sketch, which occupies twenty-six separate pages of the pamphlet, is fuller in detail and more complete than the previous one by the same writer in the " American Geography," No. 7, although much of the original phraseology is retained. In furnishing some additional matter and facts, Dr. Morse cites as authority the letter by John Bell, Esq., of Maryland, No. 3, 35 published in the Massachusetts Magazine for March, 1 79 1. The pamphlet, omit- ting the Farewell Address, was reprinted by Baleson, London : 1 800.

      MORSE (JEDIDIAH). 28

      Biographical Sketch of General George Washington. By Jedi-

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      diah Morse, D.D., Pastor of the Church in Charlestown. [The Wash- ingtoniana. Baltimore: Printed and sold by Saviuel Sower. MDCCC. Sm. i2mo. Portrait after Savage, Baker, 135.]

      A reprint of tlie preceding sketch, omitting the notes.

      MORSE (JEDIDIAH). 29

      Biographical Sketch of General George Washington. By J. Morse, D.D. [Memory of Washington. Nezvport, R. I. : Printed by Oliver Farnsworth. 1800. Sm. i2mo. Portrait after Savage, i>«i'<';-, 126.]

      A reprint of No. 27, omitting the eight hnes of verse comn>cncing, " When keenest anguish rack'd his miglity mind," etc., etc.

      MORSE JEDIDIAH). 3°

      Biographical Sketch of Gen. George Washington. By Jcdidiah

      Morse, D.D., Pastor of the Church in Charlestown. [Washington's

      Political Legacies. New York: 1800. Sm. 121110.]

      A reprint of No. 27, omitting the notes.

      UNIVERSAL MAGAZINE. 3^

      Memoirs of the Life of General Washington. [The Universal

      Magazine. Vol. CVI. May Number. London: 1 800. Portrait after C. W. Peale, Baker, 43.]

      WEEMS (MASON LOCKE. 32

      A History of the Life and Death, Virtues and Exploits of General George Washington Dedicated to Mrs. Washington and containing a great many curious and valuable Anecdotes, tending to throw much light on the private as well as public life and character, of that Very Extraordinary Man the whole happily calculated to furnish a Feast of true Washingtonian Entertainment and Improvement both to ourselves and our children

        A wit's a feather and a chiefs a rod ; An honest man's the noblest work of God. Who noble ends by noble means obtains, Or failing, smiles in exile or in chains ; Like good Aurelius let him reign or bleed Like Socrates, that man is great indeed.

      Printed for the Rev. M. L. Weems, of Lodge No. 50, Dumfries By Green & English. GeorgeTown (Price 2s. 3d. only) [n. d.] 8vo. Title, dedication, pp. 1-80.

      Title from the copy in the Library of the Boston Atheiucum, obtained through the courtesy of the Librarian, Mr. Charles A. Cutter. The " Dedication, to Mrs. Martha Washington, the illustrious Relict of General George Washington," signed M. L. WEEMS, and dated February 22d, i800, occupies the leaf following the title-page.

      WEEMS, MASON L. 33

      A I History of the Life and Death, Virtues and Exploits, of General George Washington, Faithfully taken from Authentic

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      Documents, | and, now, in | a Sccuiul llelitii^m Iin[jiovcd, | Respect- fully offered to the perusal of his Coun | trymcn; as also, all others who wish to see | human nature in its most finished form. | Price 25 cents. |

        A life, that’s glorious, to his country led! Beloved while living, as rever'd now dead. May his example, virtuous deeds inspire, Let future ages read it, and admire

      By the Rev. M. L. Weems, | of Lodge No. 50 — Dumfries. | Philadel- phia : I Re-printed by John Bioren, No. Sj Chesmit Street, \ for the Author. I (Entered according to Law.) [n. d.] i2mo. Title, dedica- tion, pp. 1-82.

      WEEMS I MASON L.). 34

      A I History' I of I the Life and Death, | Virtues and Exploits | of | General George Washington. | Faithfully taken | from | Authentic Documents, | and, now, in | a Third Edition Improved, | Respectfully offered to the perusal of his Coun | trymcn; as also, of all others who wish to sec I human nature in its most finished form. | Price, 375^ cents. I

      A life, hmv glorious, to his countiy led ! Beloved while living, as rever'd nmv dead. May his example, virtuous deeds inspire .' Let future ages read it, and admire !

      V>y the Rev. M. L. Weems, | of Lodge No. 50 — Dumfries. | Philadel- phia : I Re-printed by John Bioren, No. Sj Chesnut Street, \ for the Author. I (Entered according to Law.) [n. d.] Svo. Title, dedica- tion, pp. 3-84. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 340.

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      With the exception of some additional sentences on page 66, commencing, " O, Columbia! thy Washington is gone ! " and ending with the page, also foot-notes on pp. 5, 6 and 36, this is a reprint of the second edition. While the date of the dedication to Mrs. Washington, February 22d, 1800, is retained, it will be noticed that there is still no date on the title-page.

      WEEMS CMASON L.). 35

      A I History | of the | Life and Death, | Virtues and Exploits, | of I General George Washington. | Faithfully taken | from | Authentic Documents, | and now, in | a Third Edition, Improved, | Respect- fully offered to the perusal of his Country | men ; as also of all others who wish to see human | nature in its most finished form. |

      A life, hmv gloriotis, to his country' led ! Belov'd while living, as rever'd noui dead. May his example virtuoits deeds inspire 1 Lei future ages read it, and admire I

      By the Rev. M. L. Weems, of Lodge No. 50, Dumfries. | Eliza- beth-Town: I Printed by Shcpard Kollock, for the Author. \ (Entered according to Law.) [n. d.] 8vo. Title, dedication, pp. 3-61. Por- trait after Stuart, Baker, 340.

      A reprint of the preceding number, the difference in the paging being accounted for by the type of this edition being smaller. It cannot be said why two Third Editions were published, nor is it known which of them is the earliest.

      WILLIAMS (J. M.). 36

      Biographical Outline of General George Washington. By J. M. Williams. [Washington's Political Legacies. Boston: 1800. 8vo.]

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      WILLIAMS (J. M.J. 37

      Biographical Outline of Gen. George Washington. Hy J. j\I. Williams. [Legacies of Washington. Trenton : MDCCC. Sm. i2mo. Portrait after Savage, Baker, 128.]

      A reprint of the preceding number, omitting the foot-notes containing " Extracts from Washington's Will."

      I80I. [ ] 38

      The I Life I and | Memorable Actions | of | George Washington I General and Commander | of the | Armies of | America. A new Edition Corrected. Fredericktoivn : Printed by M. Bartgis, 1801. i8mo, pp. 68. Portrait after C. W. Peale.

      [ ] 39

      A Sketch of the Life and Character of Gen. George Washington. Palmer [Mass.], Esekiel Terry, [n. d.] Sq. i6mo, pp. 64.

      Title from the Brinley Catalogue.

      [CONDIE THOMAS)]. 40

      Biographical Memoirs | of the | Illustrious | Gen. G. Washing- ton, I late President | of the | United States of America, &c., &c., |

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      Containing | A History of the Principal Events of | his Life, with Extracts from his | Journals, Speeches to Congress, | and Public Addresses : | Also | a sketch of his Private Life. | The Third Edi- tion, Enlarged. | Philadelphia: From the Press of R. Folwell, \ 1801. Sm. i2mo, pp. 203.

      A reprint of No. 20, omitting the foot-note of p. 62, " We learn that General Wash- ington has left in his legacy, to Judge Washington, a History of the American Revolution, written by himself, accompanied with all the important documents," but adding pp. 113-129, the Circular Letter to the Governors of the several States.

      CORRY (JOHN). 41

      The Life of George Washington, late President and Commander- in-Chief of the Armies of the United States of America ; inter- spersed with Biographical Anecdotes of the most Eminent Men who effected the American Revolution. ... By John Corry. Dublin: P. Woga?i, 1801. i2mo, pp. 228. (3.)

      Title from the Menzies' Catalogue.

      CORRY (JOHN). 42

      The I Life | of | George Washington, | late | President | and | Commander in Chief | of the | Armies | of the | United States of America; | interspersed with | Biographical Anecdotes | of the | most Eminent Men who effected the Ameri | can Revolution. | By John Corry. |

      Th' applause of list'ning senates to command

      The threats of pain and ruin to despise ; To scatter plenty o'er a smiling land,

      And read /lis hist'rv in a nation's eyes! — Gray.

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      Philadclpliia : \ Printed by Joseph Charless, | For H. & P. Rice, No. i6. South Second \ Street, and James Rice & Co. \ Book-Sellers, Baltimore : I iSoi. i2mo, pp. 204. (4.)

      The 6rst American edition. A reprint of No. 22.

      ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA. 43

      George Washington. [Supplement to tlie Encyclopc-Edia Britan- nica. By George Gleig, LL.D. Vol. TI. Dublin: iSoi. 410.]

      An abridgment of the sketch in the " British Register," No. 18.

      [MORSE (JEDIDIAH ]. 44

      Lecvensschets van den Generaal George Washington. [Bijdraagen ter Gedachtenis van G. Washington. Tc Haarlem. Bij A. Loosjcs, Ps. MDCCCI. 8vo. Portrait after Wright, Baker, 94.]

      A Dutch transl.ntion of No. 27, together with llio panii>hlcl, to which it was annc\cd.

      1802.

      CORRY (JOHN). 45

      The I Life | of | George Wasliiiigton, | late I're.sidcnt and Com- mander-in-Chief I of the Armies of | the United States of America ; | By John Corr>-, | Author of " A Satirical view of London," &c. | A New Edition. I

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      " Th' applause of list'ning senates to command, The threats of pain and ruin to despise, To scatter plenty o'er a smiling land,

      And read his hisfry in a nation's eyes." — Gray.

      Printed for B. Crosby & Co., Stationers' Court: \ T. Hurst, Pater- noster-Row ; Champante and Co. \ Jeivry-Street ; Wilmot and Co.

      High-Street, \ | {London, n. d?[ i2mo, pp. 57, (2). Portrait,

      Baker, 430.

      An abridgment of No. 22. Beneath the portrait are two lines of quotation from Cowper : " Let laurels, drench'd in pure Parnassian dews, reward his memory, dear to every muse ! "

      CORRY (JOHN). 45*

      The I Life | of | George Washington, | late President and Com- mander-in-Chief I of the Armies of the United States of America. | A New Edition. | By John Corry. \^London :'\ B. Crosby & Co., 1802. Sm. 8vo, pp. 57, (2).

      Title from Sabin's Dictionary.

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      Sketch of the Life of General Washington. [The Washing- toniana, Lancaster: 1802. 8vo. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 209.]

      The sketch concludes by quoting the Character of Washington, originally published in the London Courier of January 24th, iSoo, in which occurs the expression: "His fame, bounded liy no countrj", will be confined to no age."

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      1803. ENCYCLOP-ffiDIA BRITANNICA. 47

      George Washington, one of those few men who ha\e been great without being criminal. [Supplement to the Encyclopaedia, or Dic- tionary' of Arts, Sciences and Miscellaneous Literature. Vol. III. Philadelphia : Printed for Thomas Dobson. 1803. 4to.]

      A reprint of the sketch in the " British Register," No. 18.

      1804.

      DICTIONNAIRE HISTORIQUE. 48

      George Washington, General et I'un dcs Fondateurs de la Re- publique des Etats-Unis en Amerique. [Nouvoau Dictionnaire His- torique. Tome Douzieme. A Lyon. 1804. i2mo.]

      MARSHALL (JOHN). 49

      The 1 Life | of ] George Washington, | Commander in Chief | of the I American Forces, | during the War which established the Inde- pendence I of his Country, | and | First President | of tlie | United States. I Compiled | under the inspection of | the Honourable Bush- rod Washington, | from | Original Papers | bequeathed to him by his deceased Relative, and now in possession | of the Author. | To which is prefixed, | an Introduction, | containing | a compendious View of

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      the Colonies planted by the English | on the | Continent of North America, | from their settlement | to the commencement of that War which terminated in their | Independence. | By John Marshall. | Vol. I. I Philadelphia: \ Printed and Published by C. P. VVajne. \ 1804.

      5 vols., Svo, 1S04-7, pp. XXII, 4S8 (45) ; VIII, 560 (72) ; VIII, 580 (28) ; VIII, 626 (16); VII, 779 (36). Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 210 ; 4to Vol. of maps (10), and sub- scribers' names. Vols. II, III, IV and V contain the " Life of George Washington," the First Volume being devoted to the Introduction or Colonial History.

      From the fact of General Washington having bequeathed all his papers, both of a public and private nature, to his nephew, Bushrod Washington, it came to be generally understood at the time that he would prepare the much needed biography of his uncle, and that the latter really expected it of him. That such was the intention of Judge Washing- ton is made apparent by the following announcement over his signature in the True American, Philadelphia, August 1 8th, 1 800 : " Having at length engaged a gentleman of distinguished talents to assist in writing a History of the Life of the late General Washington, this work will be immediately commenced, and will be completed as expeditiously as the nature of such an undertaking will permit." The " gentleman of distinguished talents " was John Marshall, shortly afterwards appointed Chief Justice of the United States. Subsequently, September 23d, 1802, Judge Washington disposed of the copy-right of the work thus inaugurated, to Caleb P. Wayne, publisher, of Philadelphia, who on the same day issued proposals for its publication by subscription, vide Paulson's Daily Advertiser of that date. How much or how little Judge Washington contributed to the work is not known, but it is presumed to have been nothing beyond the selection of Marshall as the writer, and the necessary examina- tion of the papers bequeathed to him. It is somewhat singular, however, that in the many public notices of the work the name of Judge Marshall does not appear as the author, until February 15th, 1S04, when the certificate of copy-right, as printed in Vol. I, above described, is published in the Daily Advertiser, in connection with the announcement that the volume is nearly ready for distribution. Marshall's Life of Washington was the first im- portant contribution to the subject, and it is still regarded as the standard Kiography. The sale was unusually large, and many copies were printed, demanding on the part of Edwin, the engraver, the execution of several plates of the portrait, in «rdcr to furnish good impressions.

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      MARSHALL (JOHN). 50

      Tlic Life I of I GeoffTe Washington, | Commander in Chief of the American | Forces, | during the War wliich established the | Indepen- dence of his Countr}', | and | First President of the United States : | Compiled under the inspection of | the Honourable Bushrod Washing- ton, I from Original Papers bequeathed to him b\- his deceased Rela- tive. I To which is prefixed | an Introduction, | containing a com- pendious View of the Colonies planted b\' the English on | the Continent of North America. | B}- John Marshall, | Chief Justice of the United States, etc. etc. ] Vol. I. | London: \ Printed for Richard Phillips. I No. 7/ St. Paid's Church-yard. \ 1804.

      5 vols., 4to, 1804-7, PP- XXXII, 458 (pp. 257-308 are reijeated) ; VII, 541 ; VIII, 460; VII, 589; VII, 669-1 (pp. 293-319 are repeated). Vol. I, Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 226, and 2 Maps, -|- Vol. II, I Plate, -f Vol. Ill, I Plate and Vignette, -f- Vol. V, 10 Maps.

      Dedicated by the English editor to the Marquis of Lansdowne, and printed simul- taneously with the Philadelphia edition, No. 49 ; the Portrait, the two Maps of the Northern and Southern States in Vol. I, and the Plates and Vignette, Vols. 11, III, being peculiar to this edition. The 10 Maps in Vol. V, are copies of those issued with the American edition. The difference of the makeup from that edition, apart from the size of the page, consists in printing the lengthy notes at the end of each volume as foot-notes, and a change in the arrangement of some chapters in Vols. II, III and IV. This admirable issue of the English press is certainly not one of the least of the notable tributes which have been paid to the memory of Washington.

      MARSHALL (JOHN). 51

      The Life I of I George Washington, | Commander in Chief | of the I American Forces | during the War which established the Indcpcn-

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      dence of | his Country, | and First President | of | tlie United States. I Compiled under the inspection of | the Hon. Bushrod Washington, I from Original Papers bequeathed to him by his deceased Relative. | To which is prefixed, | an Introduction, | containing a compendious View of the Colonics planted by the | English on the Continent of North America. | By John Marshall, | Chief Justice of the United States, etc., etc. Vol. I. | Londoti : \ Prhited for Richard Phillips, \ No. yi St. Paul's Churchyard. \ 1804.

      5 vols., Svo, 1804-7, PP- XXXVI, 579; VIII, 633 (I); VIII, 572; VIII, 684; VIII, 843. Vol. I, Portrait, Baker, 226, and 2 Maps, + Vol. II, I Plate, + Vol. Ill, I Plate and Vignette, -|- Vol. V, 10 Maps.

      This edition was set up and printed about the same time as the preceding number, and with the exception of the size of the page, is precisely the same. In the 4to, the date of the " Advertisement of the Publisher," at the end of Vol. I, is May loth, 1S04, in the Svo, it is May 26th, 1804.

      [WEEMS (MASON L.j]. 52

      An History (4th edition greatly improved) of | the Life and Death of | Gen. George Washington : | Carefully collected, in the neighbourhood of Mount Vernon, from the most | authentic Docu- ments : Exhibiting his very extraordinary Character, not on | ly as a Soldier and a Statesman, but as a Man ; and a man of that early | pru- dence — admirable fortitude — rigid temperance — unwearied industry — I honor unblemished, and uncorrupted patriotism, which rendered him the | glory of human nature and admiration of the world, and this his History \ well worthy the perusal of every Young Man who wishes, like Washington, | to live, greatly useful and happy ; and to die, uni-

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      vcrsall)- lamented and bcl(i\-(jd. | W'itli an elegant copperplate likeness of him, I'rice 37 1-2 cents. | A'. Cochran, Printer.

      No copy of the Fourth Ldition is known, the above title being taken from a liaiul -bill in the possession of the writer, issued in i S03.

      1805. HARDIE (JAMES). 53

      General George Washington, Commander in Chief of the Ameri- can Forces, during the Revolutionary War, and First President of the United States. [The New Universal Biographical Dictionary. By James Hardie. Vol. IV. New York: 1805. 8vo. Portrait after Stuart, in Vol. II, Baker, 329.]

      MARSHALL JOHN). 54

      Georg Washington's | Obergcncrals der Amerikanischcn Trup- pcn wahVcnd des Krieges | fiir die Unabhangigkeit seines Vaterlandes, untl Frsten | Prasidenten der Vereinigten Staaten | Lebensbcschrei- bung I Nach | den Original-Papieren | untcr der Aufsicht | des | Herrn Bushrod Washington | zusammengetrageii | und mit eincr | Histori- schen Darstellung | der Englischen Niederlassungcn in Nordamerika I begleitct | von | John Marshall | Oberrichter. | Aus dem l-jiglishen iibersetzt. | Erstcr Theil. | Mit Wasiiington's Bildniss. | Ilaviburg, 1805. I Bci August Campc.

      4vols., 8vo, 1805-6, pp. XVI, 280; VIII, 296; VI, 2S9; VIII, 358. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 317.

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      A German translation of the first four volumes of No. 49, omitting the Preface by the Author. The fifth volume does not seem to have been issued.

      MARSHALL (JOHN). 55

      Het Leven | van | George Washington, ] uit deszelfs Oorsprong- lijke Papieren, | onder toezight van | Bushrod Washington | zamen- gesteld I door | John Marshall, | Opperrichter in deVereenigdeStaten enz. 1 Uit het Engelsch | door | J. Werninck, | Theol. Dr. enz. te Londen. | Met Platen en Kaarten. | I. Deel. | Te Haarlem. \ Bij A. Loosjes, Pz. I MDCCCV.

      10 vols., 8vo, 180S-9, pp. XII, 344; 373; 311; 324; 358; 405; 302; 330; 265; 150. Vol. I, Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 306, and i Map, + Vol. II, I Plate and I Map, 4- Vol. IX, 1 Plate, + Vol. X, 10 Maps.

      A Dutch translation of Vols. II, III, IV and V, of Marshall's Life, the Introduction or Colonial History, Vol. I, being omitted. The Plates and Maps are copies of those in the English edition, from which publication the translation was made, omitting, however, the dedication to the Marquis of Lansdowne. •■

      1806.

      AMERICAN NEPOS. 5^

      George Washington, Commander in Chief of the American Armies. [The American Nepos. Baltimore: 1806. i2mo.]

      An abridgment of the Life by John Corry, No. 22, retaining the greater part of the text, but omitting many paragraphs, and in some cases entire passages ; tlie most important omissions being the accounts of the battles of Lexington and Bunker Hill, the sketch of Ben- jamin Franklin, the Character of Washington by M. de la Fayette, the description of Mount

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      Vernon, the I'arewell Address, and tlie parallel between Washington and Alfred the Great. At the end of the sketch, however, some additional matter is printed, consisting of the pro- ceedings of Congress on the death of Washington, his Character by Charles James Fox, and a " Scotch Traveller," and a monody recited by Mr. Wignell, at I'liiladclphia, December 24lh, 1799.

      BAUER (JOHN CHRISTIAN AUGUST). 57

      Franklin und Washington, odor Sainniluny dcr nicikw iirdigsteii bekannten Ziigc aus dem Lebcn dicser Manner. Berlin, Frolilkli.

      1806. 8vo.

      Title from Sabin's Dictionary.

      [WEEMS (MASON L. 1]. 58

      Fifth Edition. [Tliis edition is said to have been printed at Augusta, Georgia, in 1S06, but no title can be furnished, as the only known copy is in private hands and at present inaccessible. W. S. B.]

      1807. BANCROFT r AARON). 59

      An I Essay | on the | Life | of | George Washington, | Com- mander in Chief | of the | American Arm)-, | through the Revolu- tionaiy War; | and the | l'"irst President | of the | United States. | By Aaron Bancroft, A. A. S. | Pastor of a Congregational Churcli in Worcester. | Worcester : \ Printed by Thomas & Sturtevant, \ Sold by Thomas and Andrezvs, I. Thomas and I. Thomas, Jun. \ October.

      1807. 8vo, pp. VII, 552. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 212.

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      CORRY (JOHN). 60

      The I Life I of I George Washington, | late President, | and | Commander in Chief | of the | Armies | of the | United States of America ; | interspersed with | Biographical Anecdotes | of the | most Eminent Men who effected | the American Revolution. | By John Cony. I

      Th' applause of list'ning senates to command

      The threats of pain and ruin to despise ; To scatter plenty o'er a smiling land,

      And read his hisfry in a nation's eyes! — Gray.

      New York: \ Prmtcd by W. IV. Hyer, No. Ji, Pinc-Strcct, \ for Joseph Slipper. I 1807. i2mo, pp. 216.

      A reprint of No. 22, with a few unimportant changes, and some additional matter ; the lengthy foot-notes, also, of that edition are printed as parts of the text. The additional matter consists of the Beclaration of Independence and Washington's Inaugural Address to Congress, April 30th, 1780, both given entire. Another interesting addition, pp. 158-161, is the account of Washington's reception in Philadelphia, when on his way to New York, to be inaugurated as President, taken from the Memoirs by Thomas Condie, No. 20.

      CORRY (JOHN). 61

      The I Life | of | George Washington, | Commander in Chief | of the Armies | and late President of the | United States of America. | By John Corry, | Author of " A Satirical View of London, etc." | Includ- ing I the Declaration of Independence, and the | Constitution of the United States. | First American Edition, | from the Second London Edition, with Correc | tions, Additions and Improvements. |

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      " Th' applause of list'ning senates to command, The threats of pain and ruin to dispise, To scatter plenty o'er a smiling land,

      And read his /lisl'iy in a nation's eyes." — Gray.

      New York : \ Printed by, and for John Low, at Shakes \ peare's Head, No.jj, Chatham-Street. \ 1807. i2mo, pp. 349. Subscribers' names (vii). Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 327.

      What with the eight introductory chapters treating of the discovery of America, and the settlement of the different colonies ; the full account of the treason of Arnold and the execu- tion of Andr6, together with other additions, including the Constitution of the United States, and Amendments, very little of Corry is found in this volume, although enough crops out here and there to save the announcement on the title-page from being altogether a mis-state- ment. The claim, however, as to its being the " First American Edition," is outside of the truth, as may be easily proved by an examination of No. 42.

      [GOSCH fJOSIAS LUDWIGi]. 62

      Washington | und die | Amerikanische Revolution. | Giesen, \ bet Tasche und Miiller. 1807. i6ino, pp. 478.

      MARSHALL .JOHN). 63

      Vic I dc I George Washington, | General en Chef dcs Armees Americaincs, | durant la Guerre de 1' Indepcndance, | et President des Etats-Unis d'Ameriquc ; | Composee sur ses Mt;moires, qu'il a legues a son Parent, | le tres-Honorable Bushrod Washington ; | Precedee d'un Precis de I'histoire des Colonies fondecs par les | Anglais, sur le Continent de 1' Amerique Septentrionale ; | Par John Marshall, | Presi-

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      dent de la Cour Supreme de Justice des Etats-Unis; | et traduite de I'Anglais, par P. F. Henry. | Ouvrage orne du portrait de Washing- ton, de vues, et de 12 cartes revues par | J. N. Buache, Membre de rinstitut de France et de la Legion d'honneur. | Tome Premier. | Paris, I Dentil, Impritneur-Libraire, rue du Pont-de-Lodi, No. j. \ M.D.CCC.VII.

      5 vols., 8vo, pp. 534; 491 ; 470; 608; XXIV, 556. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 205, and 4to Vol. of 3 Plates, 12 Maps.

      A French translation of No. 50, retaining the dedication to the Marquis of Lansdowne, but omitting the lengthy foot-notes. The Plates and Maps are copies of those issued with the English edition.

      RAMSAY (DAVID). 64

      The I Life | of | George Washington, | Commander in Chief | of the I Armies of the United States of America, | throughout the War which established their | Independence; | and | First President of the United States. | By David Ramsay, M.D. | Author of the History of the American Revolution. | Nnv York: \ Printed by Hopkins & Sey-

      **mour. I I 1S07. Svo, pp. viii, 376. Portrait after Stuart,

      Baker, 274.

      The oration on the de.ith of Washington, delivered at Charleston (S. C), January iSth, l8oo, by Dr. Ramsay, is largely biographic.

      RAMSAY (DAVID). 65

      The I Life I of I George Washington, | Commander in Ciiicf of the Armies | of the United States | in the War which established

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      tlieir Independence; | and l-"irst I'rcsitlciit of the | United States. | By I David Ramsay, M.D., | of Charleston, South Carolina, | Mem- ber of Congress in 1782, 1783, 1784, and 17S5 ; | and Author of | the History of the American Revolution. | London: \ Printed by Luke Hatisard & Sotis, \ For T. Cadell and IV. Davies, in the Strand ; and I Longman, Httrst, Rees & Orme, Paternoster Row. \ 1807. 8vo, pp. VIII, 464. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 251.

      The contents of this volume are substantially the same as the preceding number, with a few comparatively unimportant omissions and some changes; the most marked being the dif- ferent introduction to Chapter II, referring to the origin of the Revolutionar)' War. The dedication is also different, one being to the " Youth of the United States," the other, to " Emperors, Kings and others."

      WATKINS (JOHN). 66

      George Washington. [A Biographical, Historical and Chrono- logical Dictionaiy : By John Watkins, LL.D. Third Edition. Lon- don: 1807. 8vo.]

      1808. BANCROFT (AARON.. 67

      Life I of I George Washington, | Commander in Chief | of | the American Army | through the | Revolutionary War, | and | the First President | of | the United States. | By Aaron Bancroft, A. A.S. | Pastor of a Congregational Church in Worcester. | T^ondon \ Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly. \ 1808. Svo, pp. xii, 560.

      A reprint of No. 59.

      1808 Bibliothcca IVashhtgtoniana. 31

      GALERIE HISTORIQUE. 68

      Washington. [Galerie Historique. Tome XI. Paris: 1808. l6mo. Portrait after C. W. Peale, Baker, 32.]

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 69

      The Life | of | George Washington ; | with | curious Anec- dotes, I equally honorable to Himself, | and exemplary to his | Young Countrymen. |

      A life how useful to his country led !

      Bow Lov'd! while Living — how Rever'd ! no7ci DEAD !

      Lisp I Lisp ! his name, ye children yet unborn !

      And 7vith like-deeds yimr own great names adorn.

      Sixth Edition. Greatly Improved. | By M. L. Weems, | formerly Rec- tor of Mount- Vernon Parish. | Philadelphia : \ Printed for the Author, I by R. Cochran. \ 1808. | Copy-right secured. i2mo, pp. 228.

      Quite a difterent production from No. 32, beinj; almobt entirely re-written, yet retaining all its quaintness and originality. It is also di\ ided into chapters, and possesses some claims to the dignity of biography [sui generis), being fuller in detail and more consecutive in narra- tive. Very little of the original sketch has been used, although here and there entire sen- tences and paragraphs occur. For instance, in treating of the moral qualities of Washington, the chapters on Benevolence and Industry, and the corresponding articles of the original, are almost identical, and the same may be said as to a large portion of the chapter entitled the death of Washington ; as also different historical references on pp. 70, 77, 82 and 89-95. This edition \'as copy-righted at I'hiladeljihia, September 20th, iSoS, as the Sixth, Imt it is really the Lirst of tlie popular " Weems' Washington," as the well known " curious anec- dotes," promised on the title-page, such as — the hatchet story, — the cabbage-seed story, — the dream of his Mother, etc., etc., appear in this volume for the first time.

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      WEEMS (MASON L.). 70

      The Life | of | Geor

      A life how useful to his country led ! How loved ! while living ! — how revered ! now dead ! Lisp ! lisp ! his name, ye children yet unborn ! And with like deeds your own great names adorn.

      Seventh Edition — Greatly Improved. | By M. L, WVcins, | formerly

      Rector of Mount- Vernon Parish. | Philadelphia : \ Printed for the

      Author. I iSoS. i2mo, pp. 228. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 339.

      A reprint of the preceding number, with slight variations, however, here and there in the text.

      1809.

      ALLEN (WILLIAM). 71

      George Washington, Commander in Chief of the .American .\riiiy during the War with Great Britain, and l'"irst President of the United States. [An American Biographical and Historical Dictionaiy. By William Allen, A.M. Cambridge: 1809. 8vo.]

      [ ] . 73

      Die I Lebcnsbeschreibung | und Mcrkwiirdigc Handlungcn | von I Georg Waschington, | General und Befehlshaber der | Armeen von Nord-America. | Ncbstder | Erklarung dcr Unabhangigkeit, | und

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      der I Constitution | der | Vercinigten Staatcn. | Aus dem Englischen iibersezt. | Friederichstadt, \ Gedruckt bei M. Bartgis. \ 1809. Sm. l2mo, pp. 176. Portrait after C. W. Peale.

      CORRY (JOHN). 73

      The I Life | of ] George Washington, | First President, ] and | Commander in Chief | of the | Armies | of the | United States of America; | interspersed with | Biographical Anecdotes | of the | most Eminent Men who effected ] the American Revolution. | By John Corr>'. I

      Th' applause of list'ning senates to command,

      The threats of pain and ruin to despise ; To scatter plenty o'er a smiling land,

      And read his hisVry in a nation's eyes ! — Gray.

      New York: \ Pmtted and Published by M'Carty & White, | N'o. j6 Cedar-Street. \ i2iOg. i2mo, pp. 239. Subscribers' names (12). Por- trait after Stuart, Baker, 329.

      A reprint for the most part of No. 60, omitting the Declaration of Independence, and introducing the following matter: A fuller recital of the attack on Charleston by the English fleet, June, 1776, pp. 82-86, an account of the defeat of General Gates by Lord Corn- wallis, August, 17S0, pp. 131-135, and a more complete history of the siege of Yorktown, pp. 146-154.

      [CORRY (JOHN).] 74

      Biographical Memoirs | of the | Ilhistrious | General George Washington, | late President of the United States of | America, | 3

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      and I Commander in Chief of tlieir Armies, during the | Revolutionar}'- War. I Dedicated to the Youth of America. 1 From Sidney's Press, \ For I. Cooke & Co., Book-Scllcrs, N. Haven: \ 'i8og. Sm. i2mo, pp. 144. Portrait after Stuart, on wood.

      A reprint of No. 56, omitting the Character of Washington by Charles James Fox, and the monody recited by Mr. Wignell at Philadelphia, December 24th, 1799. The Farewell Address, however, is printed as au addition, at the end of the sketch.

      RAMSAY (DAVID). 75

      Vie I de | Georges Washington | General en Chef dcs Armees des Etats-Unis | pendant la Guerre qui a etabli Icur Indcpendance | et | Premier President des Etats-Unis | Par David Ramsay | Docteur- Medicin, membrc du Congres pendant les | annees 17S2, 1783, 1784 ct 1785, autcur do I'Histoire | de la Revolution dc 1' Amerique. | Traduit dc 1' Anglais. | Paris | A la Librainc francaise ct etrangerc de Parsons, \ Galignani, ct Cic, rue Vivicnne, A^o. 77. | 1S09. i6mo, pp. XXIV, 472. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 285.

      .■\ I'rtiidi ti:i]i'^lallon of No. 64, with explanatory notes, and preceded by an introduction referring briclly lo tlie early history of llic United .Stales, its climate, productions, extent and wonderful progress.

      SELECT BIOGRAPHY. 76

      Life of General Washington. [Select Biography. Vol. I. Fifth Edition. Xei^'castle upon Tyne. Printed and Published by Mackenzie and Dent. (n. d.) Svo. Portrait, .fif7>(Y;-, 415.]

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      WEEMS (MASON L.). 77

      The Life | of | George Washington ; | with | curious Anec- dotes, I equally honourable to Himself, and | exemplary to his Young Countrymen. |

      A life how useful to his country led !

      How loved ! while living ! — how revered ! now dead !

      Lisp ! lisp ! his name, ye children yet unborn !

      And with like deeds your own great names adorn. '

      Eighth Edition — Greatly improved. | Embellished with Seven En- gravings. I By M. L. Weems, | formerly Rector of Mount- Vernon Parish. | Philadelphia : \ Printed for the Author. \ 1809. i2mo, pp. 228. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 339. 6 Plates.

      A reprint of No. 69. The Eighth Edition was the last one printed for the author, as the copyright was then sold to Mathew Carey, the well known publisher and philanthropist of Phila- delphia. The sum paid was one thousand dollars, as stated by Weems himself in a letter to Benjamin W.irner, Bookseller of that city, d.ited Richmond, Va., May 26th, 1820. The illustrations — from copper-plates— do not exhibit much technical ability either in drawing or engraving. They are as follows : Death of Genl. Montgomery — Defeat of Genl. Braddock — Battle of Lexington — Battle of Bunker's Hill and Death of Genl. Warren — Capture of Major Andr^ — and Surrender of Lord Cornwallis.

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 78

      The Life | of | George Washington ; | with | curious Anec- dotes, I equally honourable to Himself | and | exemplary to his Young Countrymen. |

      A life how useful to his country led !

      How loved! while living! — how revered ! now dead !

      Lisp ! lisp ! his name, ye children yet unborn !

      Anil wllli like deeds your own grcal names adorn.

      «

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      Ninth Edition. — Greatly Improved. | Embelli.shed with seven En- gravings. I By M. L. Weems. | formerly Rector of Mount- Vernon Parish. | " The author has treated this great subject witli admirable sue I cess in a new way. He turns all the actions of Washington to the I encouragement of virtue, by a careful application of numer- ous I exemplifications drawn from the conduct of the founder of our I republic from his earliest life. No Biographer deserves more ] applause than he whose chief purpose is to entice the young | mind to the affectionate love of virtue, by personifying it in the | character most dear to these states." | H. Lee, Major General Army U. S. | Philadelphia: \ Printed for Mathcw Carey. \ 1809. i2mo, pp. 228. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 339. 6 Plates.

      A reprint of the preceding number, with the quotation from General Lee introduced on the title-page. The illustrations are the same, but from another set of pLitcs ; the " Defeat of General Braddock," however, is an entirely difierent design.

      18IO.

      [ ] 79

      George Washington. [A new Biographical Dictionary'. Vol. II. Glasgcnv. 18 10. Sni. i2nio.]

      A reprint of the sketch in " Watkins Biographical Dictionary," No. 66, with some slight additions.

      [CORRY (JOHN).] 80

      Biographical Memoirs of the Illustrious General George Washing-

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      ton. . . From Sidney's Press. For I. Cooke & Co. Book-sellers, N. Haven. iSiO. Sm. i2mo, pp. 144. Portrait after Stuart, on wood.

      A reprint of No. 74.

      FERGUSON (JAMES). 81

      George Washington. [A new Biographical Dictionary. By James Ferguson. London: 18 10. Sm. i2mo.

      GOSCH ( JOSIAS LUDWIG). 82

      Washington und die Nordamerikanishe Revolution. Giessen. 1 8 10. i2mo.

      " Published under the name of Louis, a pseudonym for Josias Ludwig Gosch, who was imprisoned for his liberal opinions, and died in prison in iSl I." Title and note from Sabin's Dictionar}-. Probably a second edition of No. 62.

      KINGSTON (JOHN). 83

      George Washington, Commander in Chief of the American Army during the War with Great Britain, and First President of the United States. [The New American Biographic Dictionary. By J. Kingston. Baltimore: 18 10. i8nio. Portrait after Stuart, i5rt,{vr, 234.]

      A reprint of the sketch in " Allen's Biographical Dictionary," No. 71, with a brief addi- tional concluding paragraph : " Finally, what has Washington not done for his native country and the world that mortal man could do. God grant the blessings he obtained for us, in con- junction with his martial brethren in the field and in the Senate, may be most sacredly esteemed and resolutely guarded for the sake of a nation's honour and a nation's joy."

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      LEMPRIERE JOHN). 84

      George Washington, the Illustrious Founder of American Inde- pendence. [Universal Biography : By J. Lempriere, U.D. Vol. II. New York: 18 10. 8vo.]

      WEEMS (MASON L.)- 85

      Das Leben | des | Georg Waschington, [ mit ) Sonderbaren Anecdoten, | Sowohl ehrenvoU fiir ihn Selbst, | als auch | nachah- mungswiirdig fur seine junge Landsleute. |

      Ein L.eben, wie nillzlich seincm Lande gefuhrt !

      Wie beliebt, da er lebtc ! — wie gechrt, im Tode !

      Lispelt ! Lispelt scinen Namen, ihr nocli ungebome Kinder !

      Und schmiicket eure Namen mit ^nlichen Thatcn.

      Von M. L. Wecms, | chemaligem Prediger der Mount- Vernon Kirche. I Aus dem Englischen iibersezt | nach der ncuntcn sehr verbesser- ten Auflage. ] Libanon, {Pen 11) \ Gcdruckt bci J. Scliiicc,fur M. Carey in Philadelphia. \ \Z\o. i2mo, pp. 240. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 339. 6 Plates.

      A German translation of tlie ninth edition of the Life of Wecms, No. 78. The illustra- tions are from the plates of that edition, with additional titles in German.

      WEEMS .MASON L.). 86

      The Life | of | George Washington ; | with | curious anecdotes, | equally honorable to Himself and | exemplary to his Young Countiy- men. |

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      A life h

      Tenth Edition — Greatly Improved. | Embellished with seven En- gravings. I By M. L. Weems, | formerly Rector of Mount-Vernon Parish. | ' The author has treated this great subject with admi | rable success in a new way. He turns all the actions | of Washington to the encouragement of virtue, by a | careful application of numerous exemplifications | drawn from the conduct of the founder of our re | public from his earliest life.' | H. Lee, Major-General Army U. S. | Philadelphia: \ Printed for Mathew Carey. \ 18 10. l2mo, pp. 228. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 339. 6 Plates.

      With the exception of the abbreviation of the quotation from General Lee on the title- page, this is a reprint of No. 78, and the title as above given is retained in all subsequent editions, of which so many have appeared. The Twenty-sixth, in I S24, seems to have been the last one issued by Carey, who about that time sold the plates — stereotyped in 1818 — to Joseph Allen, of Frankford, near Philadelphia, whose family, it is said, still derive some revenue from them. At the time of the transfer to Allen, the illustrations were from other copper- plates than the originals, of which several sets had been executed ; the new set — ^upright in shape — being much better both in design and workmanship. The Twenty-ninth edition, 1826, appears to have been the last niunbercd one. In 1828 wood-cuts replaced the copper-plates, and subsequently, about 1840, new stereotype-plates were cast, pp. 244, which are still used by the present publishers, Lippincott & Co., the last printing bearing date 1882.

      I81I. [CONDIE (THOMAS).] 87

      Biographical Memoirs | of the | Ilhistrioiis | Gen. George Wash-

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      ington, I late President | of the | United States of America, etc., etc. | Containing | a History of the Principal Events of his Life, | with Ex- tracts from his Journals, | Speeches to Congress, and | Public Ad- dresses. I Also I a Sketch of his Private Life. ] Fourth Edition. | Brattlcbormigh : Pritiied by William Fessenden. \ iSii. Sm. i2mo,

      pp.211.

      A reprint of No. 40; in addition, the last 13 pages (199-211) contain an " abstract of tlie Last Will and Testament of Gen. Geo : Washington.

      [CONDIE (THOMAS .] 88

      Memoirs | of | Gen. George Washington. | late President | of the I United States of America. | Fifth Edition. | Philadelphia: \ Pub- lished by Johnson and Warner, \ A'^o. i^y Market-Street. \ Szveeny & M'Kenzie, Printers. \ 181 1. Sm. i2mo, pp. 105,(2).

      A very considerable abridgment of No. 40, omitting the Journal of 1753, the letter to the G}nunittee of Congress, July 19th, 1777, the Circular letter to the Governors, etc., etc.

      [CONDIE (THOMAS).] 89

      Biographical Memoirs | of the | Illu.strious | General Washing- ton, I late I President of the United States. | Containing | a History | of the Principal Events of his Life, | with his Speeches to Congress, | and Public Addresses: | To which is added, | an Oration, upon his Death, | b>- the Rev. Samuel Stanhope Smith, | President of the Col- lege of New Jersey. | A new Edition, Improved. | Trenton: Printed and Published by James Oram. 1 8 1 1 .

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      Printed with the above title at the end of Vol. II, with continuous paging, of " A Con- cise and Impartial History of the American Revolution, etc." By John I.endrum. Trenton: iSii. Sm. l2mo. The Memoirs occupy pp. 231-344, and although appropriating the first two opening paragraphs of the Life by John Corry, No. 22, are really a reprint of No. 40, omitting Washington's Journal of 1753, and the account of his reception at Philadelphia in April, 1 789. One or two unimportant additions are also made.

      [CORRY (JOHN).] 90

      Biographical Memoirs of the Illustrious General George Wash- ington, . . From Sidney's Press. For I. Cooke & Co. Book-sellers, N. Haven. iSii. Sm. 12 mo, pp. 144.

      A reprint of No. 74.

      HISTORIC GALLERY. 91

      Washington. [The Historic Gallery of Portraits and Paintings. Vol. VII. London: 18 11. Portrait after C. W. Peale, iJrtXw, 33.]

      KINGSTON (JOHN). 92

      George Washington, Commander in Chief of the American Army during the War with Great Britain, and First President of the United States. [The New Pocket Biographical Dictionary: By John Kingston. Second Edition. Baltimore: i8u. iSmo. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 213.]

      A reprint of the sketch in the First Edition, No. S3, with an additional paragraph, where- in special mention is made of a medal struck in honor of Washington, at Birmingham, Eng- land, shortly after his death, bearing upon the reverse the inscription, " Emancipator of America." Vide Baker's " Medallic Portraits of Washington," No. S3.

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      RAMSAY (DAVID). 93

      TIic I Life I of I George Washington, | Commander in Chief | of tiie I Armies of the United States of America, throughout | tlie War which established their | Independence ; | and | First President of the United States. | By David Ramsay, M.D. | Author of the History of the American Revolution. | Second Edition. | Boston. \ Published by

      D. Mallory atid Co | iSi i. i2mo, pp. viii, 371. Portrait after

      Stuart, on wood.

      A reprint of No. 64.

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 94

      The Life of George Washington ; . . . . Eleventh Edition. Em- bellished with a RLnp of the United States and seven other Engrav- ings. By M. L. Weems, . . Philadelphia: Printed for M. Carey. 181 1. i2mo, pp. 228. Portrait, Baker, 339.

      1812.

      C ] 95

      A Biography and Character of George Washington. [The Text- Book of the Washington Benevolent Society: Concord: Published by George Hough. 181 2. Sm. i2mo. Portrait after Wright]

      The sketch is quite brief; the Character is taken from the oration by David Ramsay, M.D., dehvercd .it Charleston, S. C, January 15th, 1800.

      1812 Bibliothcca Washingto7tiana. 43

      c '.

      [ ] 96

      Washington's Farewell Address. . . With an Abstract of his Last Will. . . Prefixed, A comprehensive Sketch of his Life and Character. Salem: Henry Whipple. 1812. 32mo, pp. 100. Portrait, on wood.

      Title from the Brinley Catalogue.

      [CORRY (JOHN).] 96*

      Biographical Memoirs | of the | Illustrious | General George Washington, | First President of the United States | of America | and I Commander in Chief of their Armies, durinc;' the | Revolu- tionary War. I Dedicated to the Youth of America. | Baltimore. Printed aiid sold by William Warner. \ 1S12. Sm. 121110, pp. 103.

      A reprint of No. 74.

      [CORRY (JOHN).] 97

      Life I of I General George Washington, | late President of the United States | of America. | And | Commander in Chief of their Armies, | during the | Revolutionary War. | Dedicated to the Youth of America. | Poiighkeepsie : \ Printed by Paraclete Potter, \ Main Street. \ 18 12. Sm. i2mo, pp. 143.

      .\ reprint of No. 74.

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      DICTIONNAIRE UNIVERSEL. 98

      George Washington, General et I'un ties Fondateurs de la Re- publique des Etats-Unis en Amcriquc. [Dictionnaire Universel. Tome XVIII. Paris: 18 12. i2mo.]

      A reprint with some slight changes of the sketch in the " Nouveau Dictionnaire His- torique," No. 48.

      HISTORISCH HANDBUCH. 99

      Georg Washington oberster Befehlshaber Sammlicher Kriegs- volker dcr Vcreinigten Nordamcrikanischen Staaten, dann President der Vcreinigten Staaten. [Friederich Carl Gottlob Hirsching's His- tori.sch-litterarisches Ilandbuch. Funf-zehnter Band. Leipzig: 1812. 8vo.]

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 100

      The Life of George Washington ; . . . . Twelfth Edition. Em- bellished with seven Engravings. By M. L. Weems, . . Phila- delphia: Printed for Matlir.u Carey. 18 1 2. 121110, pp. 228. Portrait, Baker, 328.

      WEEMS (MASON L.\ loi

      The Life of George Washington ; . . . . Enibcllished with si.x Engravings. By M. L. Weems, . . Philadelphia: Joseph Allen. 1 8 12. 8vo, pp. 228.

      Title from the Rice Catalogue.

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      1813.

      CLARK I JONA.). 102

      Life I of I General Washington, | late President of the Unit | ed States; | together with | his Farewell Address, | and | A short Account of the American | Revolutionary War. | By Jona. Clark. | " Begin with the infant in his cradle ; let the first | word he lisps be Washington." Mirabeau. | Albany: \ Printed by Packard & Vati Bentluiyscn. \ 1813. Sm. i2mo, pp. 143. (i). Portrait after Wright, on wood.

      [CONDIE (THOMAS).] 103

      Memoirs | of | Gen. Geo. Washington, | First President | of the I United States of America. | A New Edition, | with Corrections and Additions. | Hartford: \ Published by IV. S. Marsh, \ and for sale at his Book-Store & Bindery, \ Main-Street. | Jolm Russell, jr. Printer \ State-Street. \ 1813. Sm. i2mo, pp. 89.

      A reprint of No. SS, omitting tlie Order to the Anny on the cessation of hostilities, and the Farewell Address.

      [CORRY (JOHN).] 104

      Biographical Memoirs | of the | Illustrious | Gen. George Wash- ington, I late President of the United States of I America, | and | Com- mander in Chief of their Armies, | during the Revolutionary War. |

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      Dedicated to tlio Youth of America. | Barnard, Vt. \ Published by Joseph Dix. \ iS/j. \ I. II. Carpenter, printer. Sm. i2mo, pp. 160. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 308.

      A reprint of No. 74, omitting the Character of Washington, by " A Scotch Traveller."

      IMPERIAL ENCYCLOP/EDIA. 105

      George Wasiiington, the Founder of the Freedom of the United States of America. [The Imperial Encyclopedia ; By the Rev. W. M. Johnson, A.M., and Thomas E.xley, A.M. Vol. IV. London: [n.d.] 4to.]

      KINGSTON (JOHN). 106

      Tiie I Life | of | General | George Washington, | By John Kings- ton. I " His fame bounded by no countrj-, | will be confined to no age." I Baltimore : \ Published by J. Kin^t^stoit ; and sold by all the principal \ Book-sellers throughout the United States. \ A. Miltenberger, print. I 1813. 24mo, pp. 228. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 213.

      Tlic greater part of this Life is an abridgment of Cony, No. 22, the important exceptions being a difierent account of the battles of Trenton and Princeton, pp. 31-34, and the intro- duction on p. 53, of a paragraph from the sketch in the British Register, No. 18, on purity of ambition, as displayed in the character of Washington. Tlie succeeding pages of this small volume are made up by the proceedings of Congress on the death of Washington, his Last Will and Testament, his Farewell Address to the Army, and the Funeral Orations by E. C. Dick, F'isher Ames, J. M. Mason, and Major Thomas Morrell, etc., etc.

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      ROGERS (THOMAS J.). 107

      George Washington, Commander in Ciiief of the American Army during the War with Great Britain, and First President of the United States. [A New American Biographical Dictionary. By Thomas J. Rogers. Easton, Patn. : 18 13. Sm. i2mo.]

      An abridgment of the sketch in " Allen's Bic^aphical Dictionary," No. 71.

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 108

      The Life of George Washington ; . . . . Tenth Edition. Embel- lished with Eight Engravings. By M. L. Weems, . . Philadelphia : Pmited by Maihew Carey. 1813. i2mo, pp. 228. Portrait, .Sfl/^^r, 328.

      1814.

      [CONDIE (THOMAS).] 109

      Biographical Memoirs, | of the | Illustrious | Gen. George Wash- ington, I late President | of the | United States of America, etc. | Con- taining I A Histoiy of the Principal Events of his Life, | with Extracts from his Journals, Speeches | to Congress, and Public Addresses. | Also, I a Sketch of his Private Life. | Braitleboroitgh : Published by William Fessenden. \ 1814. i2mo, pp. 287.

      A reprint of No. 87.

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      RAMSAY (DAVID). no

      The I Life | of | George Washington, | Commander in Cliief | of the I Armies of the United States of America, throughout | the War whicli established their | Independence ; | and | First President of the United States. | By David Ramsay, M. D. | Author of the History of the American Revolution. | Third Edition. | With Si.x Engravings. | Baltimore: \ Published by Joseph Cushing. \J. Robhison, printer. \ 1S14. i2mo, pp. 266.

      A reprint of No. 64. Frontispiece, a rock in mid-ocean inscribed " Washington," and 5 illustrations.

      WEEMS cMASON L.). in

      The Life of George Washington ; . . . . Tenth Edition. By M. L. Wecms, . . Philadelphia: Printed by Mailuw Carey. 18 14. i2mo, pp. 22S. Portrait.

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 112

      The Life of .George Washington; .... Twelfth Edition. ]^y M. L. Wecms, . . Philadelplua: Printed by Mathew Carey. 1814. l2mo, pp. 228. Portrait.

      1815. AIKIN (JOHN). 113

      George Washington, Commander-in-Chief, and the First President of the United States of America. [General Biography, or, Lives Criti-

      1815 Bibliotheca Washmgtoniana. 49

      cal and Historical, of the most Eminent Persons. Composed By John Aiken, M. D. and Mr. William Johnston. Volume the Tenth. London: 181 5. 4to.]

      C ] "4

      Biographical Sketch of General Washington. [Appended to an authentic account of all the proceedings on the Fourth of July, 1815, with regard to laying the corner stone of the Washington Monument, now erecting in the City of Baltimore. Baltimore : Printed and Pub- lished by John Horace Pratt. 1 8 1 5 . 8vo.]

      [CORRY (JOHN).] 115

      Life I of I George Washington, | late President of the | United States of America, | and | Commander in Chief of their Armies, | dur- ing the I Revolutionary War. | Dedicated to the Youth of America. I Boston : Published by Isaiah Thomas, Jun. \ 1 8 1 5 . 24010, pp. 1 44. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 331.

      A reprint of No. 74.

      [CORRY (JOHN).] 116

      Life I of I George Washington, | late President of the | United States of America ; | and Commander in Chief of their | Armies, | during the | Revolutionary War. | Dedicated to the Youth of America. I Bridgeport: \ Printed and sold by Lambert Lockwood. \ 1815. Sm. i2mo, pp. 107, (1).

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      A reprint of No. 74, omitting the Character of Washington, by " A Scotch Traveller," and giving only a few " Select Paragraphs," from the Farewell Address.

      [CORRY (JOHN).] 117

      Biographical Memoirs of the Illustrious General George Wash- ington. New York: Evert Duyckitick. 1S15. Sm. i2mo, pp. 108.

      DELAPLAINE'S REPOSITORY. 118

      Life of Washington. [Delaplaine's Repository of the Lives and Portraits of Distinguished American Characters. Vol. I. Part I. Philadclpltia: 181 5. 410. Portrait after Iloudon, /^Wv;-, 103.]

      FAMOSI PERSONAGGI. 119

      Giorgio Washington nato a Bridges-Creek a' 22 febbrajo 1732, ivi inorto a' 14 decembre 1799. [Serie di Vite c Ritratti de Paniosi Personaggi degli Ultimi Tempi. Vol. Primo. Milano : 181 5. 4to. Portrait, Baker, 422.]

      [GOSCH JOSIAS LUDWIGi.] 120

      Washington, uiul tlic licfreiung der Nordamerikanischen I'rei- staaten. Giesseii: 1815. 3 vols., 8vo.

      " Ihiblished under the name of I.ouis." Title and note from Oettingcr's " Bibliographic Biographique."

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      RAMSAY (DAVID). 121

      The Life of George Washington, Commander in Chief, . . By- David Ramsay, M.D. . . Fourth Edition, with six engravings. Baltimore: Published by Joseph Gushing. Benjamin Edes, Printer. 1 81 5. i2mo, pp. 266.

      A reprint of No. no, same frontispiece and illustrations.

      1816.

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 122

      The Life of George Washington ; . . . . Fifteenth Edition. Em- beUished with Eight Engravings. By M. L. Weems, . . Philadel- phia: Printed by Mathew Carey. 1S16. i2mo, pp. 228. Portrait.

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 123

      The Life of George Washington ; . . . . Sixteenth Edition. By M. L. Weems. Philadelphia: Printed by Matheiu Carey. 1 8 16. i2mo, pp. 228. Portrait.

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 124

      Tiie Life of George Washington ; . . . Seventeenth Edition. . . . Embellished with Eight Engravings. By M. L. Weems, . . Phila- delphia : Pritited by Matheiv Carey. 1 8 16. i2mo, pp. 228. Portrait.

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      1817.

      CHALMERS (ALEXANDER). 125

      George Washington, Commander in Chief of the Armies, and First President of the United States of America. [The General Biographical Dictionary : By Alexander Chalmers. Vol. XXXI. London: 1 81 7.]

      GOSCH iJOSIAS LUDWIG). 126

      Washington und die Nordamerikanische Revolution. Giessen: 18 17. i2mo.

      Title from Sabia's Dictionary. Apparently another edition of No. 82.

      KINGSTON (JOHN). 137

      The Life of General George Washington. By Jolin Kingston. Baltimore : J. Kingston. 18 17. 24mo, pp. 228. Portrait.

      A second edition of No. io6.

      WEEMS (MASON L.). ia8

      The Life of George Washington ; . . . . Eighteenth Edition. By M. L. Weems. PItUadelphia : Printed by Mathcw Carey. 181 7. i2mo, pp. 228. Portrait.

      1817 Bibliotheca Washingtoniatia. 53

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 129

      Das Leben | des | Gcorg Waschington, | mit | Sonderbaren Anec- doten I Sowohl ehrenvoll fiir ihn Selbst | als auch | nachahmungs- wiirdig fiir seine jungen Landsleute. |

      Ein Leben, wie niitzlich seinem Lande gefuhrt !

      Wie beliebt, da er lebte ! wie geehrt, im Tode !

      Lispelt ! Lispelt ! seinen Namen, ihr noch ungeborne Kinder !

      Und schmiicket eure Namen mit ahnlichen Thaten.

      Von I M. L. Weems, | ehemaligen Prediger der Mount-Vernon Kirche. | Aus dem Englischen iibersezt | nach der neunten sehr ver- besserten Auflage. | Baltimore: \ Gedruckt und Verlegt bci Sclidffer und Matind,fur sick | selbst, und M. Carey und Sohn, in Philadelphia. \ 1817. i2mo, pp. 240. Portrait, Map and 6 Plates.

      A German translation of the ninth edition of the Life by Weems, No. 78.

      WILSON (THOMAS). 130

      General George Washington. [The Biography of tlie principal American MiUtary and Naval Heroes ; By Thomas Wilson, of Phila- delphia. Vol I. New York: 1S17. i2mo. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 232.]

      A reprint, with a different opening paragraph and some slight changes and omissions, of the abridgment of Corry in the " .Vmerican Nepos," No. 56.

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      1818. RAMSAY DAVID). 131

      The Life of George Washington, Commander in Chief By David Ramsay, M.D. . . Fifth l-ldition, with six engravings. Balti- iHore : Published by Cnsliing & Jewctt. Benjamin Edcs, Printer. 1818. l2mo, pp. 266.

      A reprint of No. no, same frontispiece and illustrations.

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 132

      The Life of George Washington ; . . . . Twentieth Edition. By M. L. Weems, . . Philadelphia : Printed by M. Carey &■ Son. 18 18. l2mo,pp. 228. Portrait.

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 133

      Tlie Life of George Washington ; . . . . TwciU)--first Edition . . . Embellished with Ijyht l-lngravings. By ]\I. I.. Weems, . . Phila- delphia : Printed by M. Carey & Son. 1818. i2mo, pp. 228. Portrait.

      Printed from the first set of stcreotyiw-plales, referred to in the note of No. 86. An odd typographical error will be noticed on p. llS, consisting of the transposition of the second t in the word cotton, making it read colotn. This error was not corrected, and the word thus printed will be found in all subsequent reissues from these plates, down to 1S40, when new plates were prepared.

      1819 Bibliotheca Washingtoniajia. 55

      1819.

      BIOGRAPHICAL MAGAZINE. 134

      General George Washington. [The Biographical Magazine con- taining Portraits with Lives and Characters of eminent Persons. Lon- don : 1 8 19. 8vo. Portrait after Stuart, /?rt,^rr, 255.]

      RAMSAY (DAVID). 135

      Vida I de | Jorge Washington, | General en Gefe de los Exercitos, I y Presidente de la Republica de los Estados-Unidos de | America

      Setentrional. | Deducida | de la que Publico en idioma Ingles M.

      David Ramsay, | Membro del Congreso de la Misma Republica. I Paris : \ Iviproita dc Stahl, rue dti Cloltn'-Notrc-Dame, No. 6. |

      1819. i6mo, pp. xii, 215. Portrait after Stuart.

      A Spanish translation of No. 64, omitting the appendix.

      REES (ABRAHAM). 136

      George Washington, First President of the United States. [The Cyclopaedia ; or. Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Litera- ture. By Abraham Rees, D.D. Vol. XXXVII. London: 1819. 4to.]

      REES (ABRAHAM). 137

      George Washington. [The Cyclopaedia : or, Universal Die-

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      tionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature. By Abraham Roes. First American Edition. Vol. XXXIX. Philadelphia : w. <\?\

      An entirely different sketch from the preceding number.

      WEEMS i MASON L.). 138

      The Life of George Washington ; . . . . Twenty-second Edition. Embellished with Eight Engravings. By IM. L. W'eenis, . . Phila- delphia : Pnntcd by M. Carey & Son. 1 8 19. i2mo, pp. 22S. Portrait.

      WOODWARD THOMAS). I39

      Life of Washington. [The Columbian Plutarch ; or an exempli fication of several distinguished American Characters. By Thomas Woodward. Philadelphia : Printed for the Author. 18 19. i2mo.]

      With the exception of an additional paragraph, pp. 206-208, giving a synopsis of the Farewell Address, and the introduction of the first four paragraphs of the Life by Corry, No. 22, this is the same as the Life in the American lidition of Rees' Cyclopa;dia, No. 137.

      1820.

      DEUTSCHE ENCYCLOPADIE. 140

      George Washington Nordamerika's erstcr Burger, Feldherr und ober.stcr Bcamter, im sinne des alterthums ciner der grossten Manner seiner Zeit. [Aligemeine Deutsche Real-Encyclopadie. Zehnter Band. Leipzig: 1820. l2mo.]

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      HULBERT(C.). 141

      Life of General Washington. [Biographical Sketches of Dr. Benjamin Franklin, General Washington, and Thomas Paine ; By C. Hulbert. Lojidoti: 1820. iSmo.]

      Although this sketch opens with the well-known paragraph from the Life by John Cony, " In the history of man, we contemplate " etc., it is really an abridgment of that in the British Register, No. iS.

      WEEMS (MASON L,). 142

      The Life of George Washington ; . . . . Twenty-third Edition. Embellished with Eight Engravings. By M. L. Weems, . . Phila- delphia : M. Carey & Son. 1820. l2mo, pp. 228. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 364.

      With this edition and down to 1828, the illustrations are from different copper-plates to those preceding, being upright in shape and better both in design and e.\ecution. They, how- ever, represent the same historical scenes, with the exception of the frontispiece, the " Death of Gen'l Montgomery," which is omitted. See note of No. 86.

      I82I.

      WILSON (THOMAS). 143

      General George Washington. [The Biography of the principal American Military and Naval Heroes : By Thomas Wilson. Second Edition. Vol.1. New York : 1821. i2mo.]

      A second edition of No. 130, the sketch is the same.

      58 Bibliotheca ll'as/iingtoniana. 1822

      1822.

      BERTOLOTTI (DAVIDEj. 144

      Vita di Giortjio Washington scritta da Davidc Bertolotti. [\'itc E Ritratti di Vcnticinquc Uomini Illustri. Pad or a : M.DCCC.XXII. 4to. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 281.]

      1823.

      [ ] '45

      Biographic Geo. Washington's. Chemnitz: 1823. 8vo. Portrait.

      Tide from Octtinger's " Bibliographic Biographique."

      DICTIONNAIRE HISTORIQUE. 146

      George Washington, General, ct I'un dcs Fondatcurs dc la Re- publique dcs Etats-Unis en Ameriquc. [Dictionnairc Historiquc, Critique ct Bibliographique. Tome Vingt-Scptieme. A Paris: 1823. i2mo. Portrait after Birch, Baker, 388.]

      A reprint of the sketch in the " Dictionnaire Universel," No. 98, concluding in addi- tion with an extract from the funeral oralion in honor of Washington, delivered by Louis Fontancs at Paris, I'ebruary iStli, iSoo.

      ROGERS (THOMAS J.). 147

      George Washington, Commander in Chief of the American Army during the Revolutionary War with Great Britain. [A new American

      1824 Bibliotheca Washingtoniatia. 59

      Biographical Dictionary ; Compiled by T. J. Rogers. Second Edition. Trenton: 1823. i2mo.]

      A second edition of No. 107, the sketch is the same.

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 148

      The Life of George Washington; .... Twent>'-fifth Edition. Embellished with Eight Engravings. By M. L. Weems, . . . Philadelphia: //. C. Carey &■ I. Lea. 1823. l2mo, pp. 228. Portrait, Baker, 364.

      1824.

      PHYSIOGNOMICAL PORTRAITS. 149

      General George Washington. [Physiognomical Portraits of One Hundred Distinguished Characters with Biographical Notices in Eng- lish and French. Vol. II. London: 1824. 8vo. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 219.]

      ROGERS (THOMAS J.). 150

      George Washington, Commander in Chief of the American Army, during the Revolutionaiy War with Great Britain. [A new American Biographical Dictionarj' ; Third Edition ; Compiled by Thomas J. Rogers. Easton, Penn.: 1824. 8vo.]

      A third edition of No. 107, the sketch is the same.

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      TEMPLE I SAMUEL). 151

      A Short Account of the Life and Character of General George Washington, First President of the United States of America. [The Child's Assistant in tlic Art of Reading. By Samuel Temple. Boston: 1824. 24010. Portrait after Stuart, on wood.]

      WEEMS CMASON L.). 152

      The Life of George Washington ; . . . . Twenty-si.xth Edition. Embellished with Eight Engravings. By M. L. Weems, . . Phila- delphia : II. C. Carey & I. Lea. 1824. i2mo, pp. 228. Portrait.

      1825.

      AMERICAN MILITARY BIOGRAPHY. 153

      George Washington, Commander in Chief of the American Army during the War with Great Britain, and First President of the United States. [American Military Biography. Printed for Subscribers, [n.p,] 1825. l2mo.]

      A reprint of the sketch in "Aliens' Bioj^aphicol Dictionary," No. 71. Re-issucd, Cincinnali : \&2q, ->^ P/iiladc/Ji/tia : 1831.

      [ ] 154

      The Life of Washington, antl History of the American Revolu- tion. Together with Washington's Farewell Address, Declaration of

      1825 Books About George Washington, by NewtonStein: AD-2010. 6i

      Independence, Constitution of the United States. New York : J. Slater. [n. d.] i2mo, pp. lo8.

      Title from the Rice Catalogue.

      BIOGRAPHIA AMERICANA. 155

      George Washington, First President of the United States. [Bio- graphia Americana: By a Gentleman of Philadelphia. New York: 1825. 8vo.]

      Sketch by Benjamin Franklin French.

      BIOGRAPHIE NOUVELLE. 156

      Georges Washington, General, et I'un des Fondateurs de la Republique des Etats-Unis. [Biographie Nouvelle des Contem- poraines. Tome Vingtieme. Paris: 1825. 8vo.]

      BIOGRAPHY ILLUSTRATED. 157

      George Washington. [Biography Illustrated. London: Wi/liain Dartojt and Son, §S, Holborn-Hill. [n. d.] Sq. i6mo. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 370.]

      [CORRY (JOHN).] 158

      Life of Gen. George Washington, late President, etc. New York : Jolmstone & Van Nor den. 1825. 32mo, pp. 160. Portrait.

      Title from the Brinley Cat.nIogue.

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      RAMSAY (DAVID). 159

      The Life of George Washington, Commander in Chief. By

      David Ramsay, M.D. Si.xth Edition with si.K engravings. Baltimore : Published by Cjishing mid Jcwctt. 1825. i2mo.

      Same frontispiece and illustrations as No. 1 10.

      RAMSAY (DAVID). 160

      Vida I dc I Jorge Washington, | Comandante en Gcfe de los Ejercitos duran | te la Guerra que establecio la Indcpcndcn | cia de los Estados-Unidos de America, y su | Primer Presidentc. | Escrita | por David Ramsay, | Doctor en Medicina, Alitor de la Historia de la I Revolucion Americana. | Y Traducida al lilspanol | por A. R. [A. Rapailo] y C. L. | [C. Lanuza.] Tonio 1. | Nucva-York : Im- prcnta de Tompkins y Floyd. \ 1S25. 2 Vols. Sm. i2mo, pp. viii, 277; 23S.

      A Spanish translation of No. 64, liut fliflcicnl fnim No. 135.

      WEEMS (MASON L.). i6i

      The Life of George Washington ; . . . . Twenty-nintli Edition. Embellished with Eight Engravings, liy M. L. Wccms, . . Frank- ford near Philad. : Published by Joseph Allen. 1825. 1 2nio, pp, 228. Portrait.

      1826 Books About George Washington, by NewtonStein: AD-2010. 63

      1826.

      BANCROFT (AARON). 162

      The I Life of | George Washington, | Commander in Chief | of the I American Army, | through the Revolutionary War ; | and the

      I First President | of the | United States. | By Aaron Bancroft, D.D.

      I Pastor of a Congregational Church in Worcester. | In Two Vol- umes. I Vol. I. I Stereotyped by T. H. Carter & Co. Boston. | Boston : Published by T. Bcdlington, \ No ji, Washington-Street. \ 1826.

      2 vols., 1 2mo, Engraved Title, pp. 223, -)- Vol. II, Engraved Title, I Pliite, pp. 218. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 266.

      A reprint of No. 59, omitting the appendix.

      RAMSAY (DAVID). 163

      La Vida | de | Jorge Washington, | Comandante en Gefe | de los I Egercitos de los Estados Unidos de America, | en la Guerra que la establecio su | Independencia ; | y | su Primer Presidente. | Escrita en Ingles por | David Ramsay, M.D. | y Traducida al Espafiol por | Eduardo Barry. | De la Imprenta de R. Desilver. \ Filadelfia : \ 1826. i2mo, pp. 270.

      A Spanish translation of No. 64, but difTerent from either 135 or 160; the appendi.\ is omitted.

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 164

      The Life of George Washington ; . . . . Twenty-ninth Edition.

      64 Bibliotheca Washiu(^toniana. 1827

      Embellished with Might Engravings. By M. L. Weems, . . Frank- ford near Phi/ad. : Published by Joseph Allen. 1826. 1 2mo, pp. 228. Portrait.

      1827.

      BIOGRAPHIE UNIVERSELLE. 165

      George Washington. [Biographic Univcrseile, Ancicnnc ct Moderne. Tome Cinquantieme. A Paris. 1827. 8vo.]

      Sketch liy Louis de Maussion.

      1828.

      [CUSTIS (GEORGE WASHINGTON PARKE).] 166

      The I Indian Prophecy, | A | National Drama, | in Two Acts. | Founded upon a most interesting and romantic oc | currcnce in the Life of I General Washington. | Performed at the Theatres of Pliila- delphia, ]5al | timore, and Washington. | To wliich is prefixed, | a Memoir of the Indian Propliecy, | from the Recollections and Pri- vate Memoirs of the Life and | Ciiaracter of Washington. | By the Author of the Recollections. | Georgetown, D. C. \ Published by James Thomas, \ 1828. Sm. i2mo, pp. 35.

      GORTON JOHN). 167

      George Washington, Commander-in-Chief and First President of the United States. [A General Biographical Dictionary. By John Gorton. Vol.11. London: 1828. 8vo.]

      1829 Bibliothcca Wasldngtoniana. 65

      WEEMS (MASON L.)- 168

      The Life of George Washington ; . . . . EmbeUished with Six Engravings. By M. L. Weems, . . Philadelphia: Published by Joseph Allen and sold by J. Grigg, No. g, North Fourth Street. 1828. i2mo, pp. 228. Portrait and 5 Illustrations, on wood.

      With this edition, wood-cuts, copies of the upright copper-plates of the editions from 1820, were introduced and appear in all subsequent re-issues.

      1829.

      BIOGRAPHIE UNIVERSELLE. 169

      General George Washington, I'un des Foudateurs et le premier President de la Republique des Etats-Unis dans I'Amerique du Nord. [Biographic Universelle Classique ou Dictionnaire Historique. Troi- sieme Partie. P^m.- MDCCCXXIX. 8vo.]

      ROGERS (THOMAS J.). 170

      George Washington, Commander in Chief of the American Army, during the Revolutionary War with Great Britain. [A new American Biographical Dictionary; Compiled by Thomas J. Rogers. Fourtli Edition. Philadelphia: 1829. i2mo. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 36s.]

      A fourth edition of No. 107, the sketch is the same. 5

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      TRUMBULL JAMES. 171

      Life of I George Washington, | First President | of tlic | United States, I and | Commander in Chief of the Armies of the United | States of America, during the War | of the Revolution. | By James Trumbull, A.M. | With three Engravings. | New York. \ Printed & Published by S. & D. A. Forbes, \ No. ^^S Broadway. \ 1829. 24mo. pp. 166. Portrait and 2 Illustrations, on wood.

      A reprint, in its main features, of the Life by Thomas Condie, No. 103, adding the order to the Army on the cessation of hoslihties, the Farewell Address, and at the end a " Chronological Table." The name on the title-page is, of course, fictitious.

      1830. THE UNIQUE. 172

      George Washington. [The Unique ; or. Biography of many dis- tinguished Characters. Bostoti: 1830. i6nio.]

      183I.

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 173

      The Life of George Washington; .... B\' M. L. Wcems. Philadelphia : Published by Joseph Allen and sold by J. Grigg, No. g North Fourth Street. 1831. i2mo, pp. 228. Portiait.

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      1832. ALLEN (WILLIAM). 174

      George Washington. [An American Biographical and I^Iistorical Dictionary. By William Allen, D.D. Second Edition. Boston: MDCCCXXXII. 8vo.]

      A reprint of the sketch in the First Edition, No. 71.

      C ] 175

      The Life | of | George Washington. | Illustrated by | Tales, Sketches and Anecdotes. | Adapted to the use of Schools. | With Engravings. | Philadelphia: 1832. Sm. i2mo, pp. 174. 12 Illustra- tions, on wood.

      Known as " Parley's Washington," the copyright-entry being in the name of Samuel G. Goodrich (Peter Parley), and that title placed on the backs of the volumes. Mr. Goodrich, however, disowned the authorship, vide Allibone, Vol. I, p. 703.

      [ 3 176

      The I Life | of | George Washington. | Written for the American S. S. Union, and revised | by the Conimittee of Publication. | American Sunday School Union. \ Philadelphia: | No. 1.^6 Cliesitut Street. [1832.] Sm. i2mo. Engraved Title, with vignette, pp. 268. 6 Illustrations, on wood.

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      EDINBURGH ENCYCLOPAEDIA. 177

      George Washington. [The Edinburgh Encyclopaedia, conducted by David Brewster, L. L. D. F. R. S. First American Edition. Vol. XVIII. Philadelphia: 1832. 4to.]

      Sketch by Anthony I^ussat.

      MARSHALL JOHNj. 178

      The Life I of I George Washington, | Commander in Chief of the I American Forces, | during the War which established the Inde- pendence of his Country. I and First President of the | United States. | Compiled under the inspection of | the Honourable Bushrod Wash- ington, I from Original Papers | bequeathed to him by his deceased Relative. | By John Marsh.iU. | Second F!dition, Revised and cor- rected by the Author. | In Two Volumes. | Vol. I. | Philadelphia : \ Published by Javics Crissy. \ 1832.

      2 vols., 8vo, pp. IV, 460 (42, VIII); 448 (32, V). Portrait .iftcr Stu.irt, Baker, 280, and 8vo Vol. of 10 maps, reduced copies of those issued with the original edition. An abriHgmcnt of No. 49, witliout the Introduction or Colonial History. Reissued 1836, 1S38, 1840, 1845, 1848, 1854, etc.

      RAMSAY vDAVID). 179

      The Life | of | George Washington, | Commander in Chief | of the I Armies of the United States of America | throughout the War which established | their Independence, | and | First President of the

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      United States. | By David Ramsay, M.D. | Author of the History of the American Revolution. | Revised and enlarged, | by Wm. Grim- shaw, I Author of A History of the United States, etc., etc. | Balti- more : I Published by Joseph Jeivett, and Gushing & Sons. \ 1832. i2mo, pp. 252. Same frontispiece and illustrations as No. 1 10.

      A reprint of No. 64, witli the e.xception of a few additional paragraphs in Chapters I, III, XII and XIII, the most important being fuller narratives of Washington's first campaign, the battle of Long Island, the capture of Gen. Lee during the retreat through New Jersey, and the campaign of Gen. Wayne against the Indians in 1794; the dedication and appendix are omitted.

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 180

      The Life of George Washington; .... ICmbellished with Six Engravings. By M. L. Weems, . . Philadelphia: Published by Joseph Allen, and sold by J. Grigg, No. p North Fourth Street. 1S32. i2mo, pp. 228. Portrait.

      1833- [ ] x8i

      Entertaining Anecdotes of George Washington, exhibiting his Patriotism and Courage, Benevolence and Piety, with other Traits of Character. Boston.- 1833. Sq. i2mo. Cuts.

      'Re-issaed, Bojlon : 18394- 1848.

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      BANCROFT (AARON). 182

      The Life- of Geoiye Washington, Commander in Chief. By Aaron Bancroft, D.D. In Two Volumes. Boston: Published at the Water Street Book-Store. 1833. i2mo.

      A re-issue of No. 162, without Portrait or Engraved Titles.

      ENCYCLOPEDIA AMERICANA. 183

      George Washington. [Encyclopaedia Americana. Edited by Francis Liebcr. Vol. XIII. Philadelphia: 1833. 8vo.]

      Sketch bv Rol>ert Walsh.

      ICONOGRAPHIE INSTRUCTIVE. 184

      George Washington. Ne le 22 fev. 1732. Mort le 14 dec. 1798.

      [Iconographie Instructive. XVIII. Siecle. Paris, [n. d.] 8vo. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, \ 84.]

      KNAPP (SAMUEL LORENZO). 1S5

      George W^ashington. [American Biography. By Samuel L. Knapp. Ncii< York: 1S33. i2mo.]

      LINCOLN ROBERT W.). 186

      George Washington. [Lives of the Presidents of the United

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      States. By Robert W. Lincoln. Nnv York: 1833. 8vo. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 275.]

      Re-issued, New York : 1836.

      SIMPSON (STEPHEN). 187

      The I Lives | of | George Washington | and | Thomas Jefferson : I With a Parallel. | " Marcus Cato and Caius Csesar were both ex- traordinary men, | but of a genius widely different. Greatness of soul they equally | possessed, and they equally reached the summit of glory ; yet it was | a glory peculiar to each, and certainly acquired by very opposite | methods." — Sallust. | By Stephen Simpson. | Phila- delphia : I Printed atid Published by Henry Young, \ iV.-E. Corner of Passyunk Road and Shippen Street. \ 1833. i2mo, pp. vi, 389. Portrait after Stuart, on stone.

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 188

      The Life of George Washington ; . . . . Embellished with Six Engravings. By M. L. Weems, . . Philadelphia : Published by Joseph Allen, and sold by Grigg & Elliott, No. g North Fourth Street. 1833. i2mo, pp. 228. Portrait.

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 189

      Geschichte | Gg. Washington's | von der Wiege bis zum Grabe, | Von | M. L. Weems, ] einem Zeitgenossen Washington's. |

      72 Bibliotheca Waslnnf^toniana. 1834

      Philadelphia: \ zu liabcn bci Otto Maaszi. [n. d.] 121110, pp. 240. 5 Plates.

      1834- GIRAULT (A. N.). 190

      Vic I dc I George Washington. | Traduit de L'Angiais, et dedie a la Jciincsse | Americainc, | Par A. N. Giraiilt, | Maitrc dc Fran9ais. | Philadelphie : | /. Dobson, No. 108 Chestnut Street ; | Kiniber & Sharp- less, 8 S. FourtJi St. I Stereotype de L. Johnson. \ 1S34. Sm. unio, pp. XXIII, 321. 6 Illustrations, on wood.

      A French translation of the Life published by the American S. S. Union in 1S32, No. 176, with sliyht omissions and ch.inges throughout. In subsequent editions, of which many were issued, the oiHjning par.ip-aph is entirely different, and in the last chapter, p. 300, the sketch of the Character of Washington, beginning Aiini mourul, etc., is the work of the translator. .\ Tenth Edition vias issued in 1839, and another in 1843; a T-u>enty-fourt/t Edition is dated 1850. The illustrations are the same as those used in llie original publication.

      GLASS (FRANCIS). 191

      Life of Gcori^c Washington, in Latin Prose. R\- I'rancis Glass, A.M. Ne7v York: 1834. i2ino. I'Vontispiece.

      Title from the liooN "Catalogue of liooks and Pamphlets, principally relating to America." New York : 1S70.

      GOLDSMITH (J.). 192

      George Washington, the Great American General and Legislator.

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      [The Biographical Class-Book. By the Rev. J. Goldsmith. Fifteenth Edition. London: 1834. 24mo.]

      NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY. 193

      George Washington. [The National Portrait Gallery of Dis- tinguished Americans. Conducted by James B. Longacre, and James Herring. Vol. I. Philadelphia: 1834. 8vo. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 280.]

      Sketch by James Herring.

      [SAINT-GEORGE (A.).] i94

      A Sketch of the Life of ... . Washington ... By an English Lady. New York: 1834. 8vo.

      Title from tlie Britisli Museum Catalogue of Printed Books.

      1835-

      DURIVAGE (FRANCIS ALEXANDER). 195

      George Washington. [A Popular Cyclopedia of History, Ancient and Modern. By F. A. Durivagc. Philadelphia: 1835. Svo.J

      The sketch closes in quoting the beautiful tribute to Washington by Charles Phillips, vide Baker's " Character Portraits of Washington," p. 1 66.

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      EDMONDS 'CYRUS READ). 196

      The I Life and Times | of | General Washington. [ By | Cyrus R. Edmonds. | In Two Vnlumcs. | Vol.1. | London: \ Printed for Tlionuis Tcgg& Son, I jj, Chcafsidc. \ MUCCCXXXV.

      2 vols., l6mo, pp. XIV, 365, 1 rialc + \'iil. II, pp. X, 365. Porlrait after .Stuart, /'a.iv/-, ig8.

      ELSNER (HEINRICH). 197

      Das Leben Washingtons. [Befreiungskampf der Nordamerika- nischen Staaten. Mit den Lebensbeschreibungen der vicr bcriihnitesten Manner desselben : Washington, Franklin, Lafayette inul Kosciuszko. Von Heinrich Eisner. Stntfgart : J. Schciblc's Buchliandlung. 1S35. cSvo. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 289.]

      GALLERY OF PORTRAITS. 198

      Washington. [The Gallery of Portraits, with Memoirs. \'oluine IV. London: Charles Knight. 1835. Roy. 8vo. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 259.]

      GLASS FRANCIS). 199

      A Life I of I George Wash inL;ton, | in Latin I'him-: | \\\- I'raiu'is

      Glass, A.M., of Ohio. | Edited by J. M. Reynolds. | \eic York: \

      Published by Harper & Brothers, \ No. S2 Cliff-Street, \ and sold by the prineipat Booksellers throughout the \ United States. \ 1835.

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      Georgii Washingtonii, | Americae Septentrionalis Civitatum Foederatum | Prajsidis Primi, | Vita, | Francisco Glass, A.M. | Ohio- ensi, I Litteris Latinis Conscripta. | " Longe trans Oceanum, si Libris Sibyllinis credamus, patebit post multa | scecula tellus ingens atque opulenta, et in ca cxorietur vir fortis ac sapiens, | qui patriam scrvitute oppressam consilio et armis liberabit, remque publi | cam, nostrae et origine cceteraque historia simillimam, felicibus auspiciis | condet, Bruto et Camillo, Di boni! multum et merito anteferendus. Quod | nostrum ilium non fugit Accium, qui, in Nyctegresia sua, vetus hoc oracu I lum numeris poeticis adornavit." Ciceronis fragm. xv. ed. Maii, p. 52. I Neo-Eboracopoli: \ Typis Fratrum Harperorum. \ Venalis Prostat apud omnes Bibliopolas. \ MDCCCXXXV. i2mo. PVontispiece.

      Collation: English Title (i); Editor's Preface, pp. XV. — Latin Title (l); rrooemium, Conspectus Capitum, XVII-XXIV; Vita, Appendix and Testimonials, pp. 25-233.

      At the time of the publication of this work, it was highly commended for its Latinity, and used for some time as a text-book in the grammar-school of Columbia College, N. Y. ; it is now, however, considered merely as a literary curiosity. The quotation on the Latin title-page, purporting to be from the fragment of Cicero, prophes)'ing the future appearance and deeds of Washington, was the source of considerable bewilderment on the part of the scholars of the day, who investigated it without success. Professor Charles Anthon, of Columbia College, having finally confessed that he had written the passage himself, the classical inquiries came to an end. We furnish a translation of tliis literary deception : " Far across the ocean, if we may credit the Sybilline books, and after many ages, an exten- sive and rich continent will be discovered, and in it will arise a hero who, by his council and arms, will deliver his country from the slavery by which she was oppressed. This shall he do under favorable auspices ; and, oh, how much more admirable will he be than our Brutus and Camillas. These predictions were known to our Accius, who has embodied them in his Nyctegresia, and embellished with the ornaments of poetry."

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      PAULDING JAMES KIRKE). 200

      A Life I of I Washington. | By James K. Paulding. | In Two Volumes. | Vol. I. | New York: \ Published by Harper & Brothers, \ N0.S2 Cliff-Street. \ 1835.

      2 vols., sm. i2mo, Engraved Tide, pp. 267, -J- Vol. II, 2 Plates, pp. 233. Portrait after Ceracci, Baker, 167.

      REDDING (CYRUS). 201

      Life of G. Washington. London: 1835. 2 vols., 8vo.

      Title from Oettinger's " Bibliographic Biograplilque."

      1836. [ ] 202

      The Life | of | George Washington, | Illustrated by | Tales, Sketches and Anecdotes. | Adapted to the use of Schools. | Willi Ln- gra.v\ngs. \ Philadelphia : 1836. .Sm. i2mo, jjp. 174. Illustrations, on wood.

      A re-issue of No. 175, known as " Parley's Washington."

      BIOGRAPHIE UNIVERSELLE. 203

      George Washington, Fondateur de I'lndependance Americaine. [Biographic Universelle et Portative des Contemporaines. Tome Quatrieme. Paris: 1836. 8vo.]

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      GLASS FRANCIS). 204

      A Life I of I George Washington, | in Latin Prose : | By Francis Glass, A.M., of Ohio. | . . Third Edition. | New York: \ Published by Harper & Brothers. | . . . 1836.

      Georgii Washingtonii, . . Vita, Francisco Glass, A.M., Ohioensi, . . Neo-Eboracopoli : Typis Fratrum Harperorum. . MDCCCXXXVL i2mo, pp. 285. Frontispiece.

      A re-issue of No. 199, with a vocabulary occupying pp. 225-285. Testimonials at end not paged.

      LANCE fWILLIAM). 205

      Georgii Washingtonis | Vita, | Viri Insignis, | E.vcellentis ac ./Etate sua Praestantissimi Armorum, | Ducis et Imperatoris, | Qui Exercitibus Civitatum Fcederatum atque Summae Rei | Militaris Prce- fuit, I Bello mutationis Rerum. | Quo, Sociatis Laboribus, | Populus Americanus. | Patriam Suam a Ditione Regia, | Dominatione Pere- grina, | ac ab Hoste armipotente liberavit, | et se ex servitute destinata in Liberatem vindicavit, | et qui postea Primus Supremum | Magistra- tum Reipublicae, | Presidatum. | Occepit, ac octo per annos gessit. | Auctore Gulielmo Lance. | . ... Ex Typographeo \ Danielis J. Dozv- ling, I Carolopoli: \ In Carolina Aiistrali. | MDCCCXXXVL Half- title: Washingtonis Vita. Pars Prima. Sm. i2mo, pp. xi, 75. Por- trait after Houdon, on wood.

      Part first of a Life of Washington, written in Latin by William Lance, a lawyer and political writer of Charleston, S. C, where he was born in 1791. The narrative closes with

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      the withdrawal of tlic ..;.., j .i.i.. .\.i,;vi n...ii^i^ .iM<.i li.c l...;;ic of Trinceton (January 3d, '777)- Mf- Lance died in Texas in 1840, and so far as we know, without completing the work.

      MARSHALL (JOHN). 206

      The Life of George Washington. By John Marshall. Second Edition. In Two Volumes. Philadelphia: Published by James Crissy. 1836.

      A re-issue of No. 178.

      M'GUIRE cEDWARD CHARLES). 207

      The j Religious Opinions and Character | of | Washington. | By E. C. M'Guire. | " A Christian is the highest style of man." | Young. | New York: \ Harper &■ Brothers, S2, Cliff-Strcct. \ MDCCC- XXXVI. i2mo, pp. 414.

      Second Edition. — Nnu York: Harper b' Brothers, Publishers, S2 Oiff Sireel. 1847. A reissue of the above.

      PAULDING JAMES KIRKE). 208

      A Life of Washington. By James K. Paulding. In Two Vol- umes. Nov York: Published by Harper

      A re-i5!iue of No. 200.

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      UNIVERSAL BIOGRAPHY. 209

      George Washington, Commander-in-Chief and the First Presi- dent of the United States. [A Universal Biography: By WilUam a Beckett, Jun. Vol. III. London: 1836. 8vo.]

      A reprint of the sketch in " Aikin's General Biography," No. 113.

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 210

      The Life of George Washington; .... Embellished with Six Engravings. By M. L. Weems, . . Philadelphia: Published by Joseph Allen, and sold by Grigg & Elliot, No. p North Fourth Street. 1836. i2mo, pp. 228. Portrait.

      1837-

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      The Life | of | George Washington. | Illustrated by | Tales, Sketches and Anecdotes. | Adapted to the use of Schools. | With Engravings. | Philadelphia : \ Desilver, Tliomas & Co., \ N^o. 2jj} Market Street. \ 1837. Sm. i2mo, pp. 174. 12 Illustrations, on wood.

      A re-issue of No. 175, known as "Parley's Washington."

      SPARKS (JARED). 212

      The I Writings | of | George Washington ; ] Being his | Cor- respondence, Addresses, Messages, and other | Papers, Official and

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      Private, | selected and published from the Original Manuscripts; | With I a Life of tlic Author, | Notes and Illustrations. | By Jarcd Sparks. | Volume I. | Boston : \ Aincrican Stationers' Company. \ John B. Russell. I 1837. I Half-title: Life | of | George Washington. 8vo, pp. XXIX, 586. Portrait after C. W. Peale, Baker, 27 ; i Plate, 3 Illustrations, i Map and Portrait of Mrs. Washington.

      The work comprises 12 vols., 1834-37; Vol. I, above described, containing the Life of Washington, with an appendix, including notes on the " Origin and Genealogy of the Wash- ington family," the "Last Illness and Death of Washington," the " Proceedings of Congress in consequence of the death of Washington," a " Monumental Inscription," and " Wash- ington's Will.'' The remaining volumes are devoted to the Correspondence, Addresses, etc. Re-issued in 1838, 1842, 1847, 1848, 1855, 1858, etc. A notice of this work, by Edward Everett, North American /irricw, vol. 47, p. 31S, bearing, however, especially on Vol. I, is quite a biographical sketch of itself.

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 213

      The Life of George Washington ; . . . . Embellished with Six Engravings. By M. L. Weems, . . Philadelphia: Published by Joseph Allen, and sold by Grigg & Elliott, No. p North Fourth Street. 1837. i2mo, pp. 228. Portrait.

      1838.

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      Het Leven | van | George Washington. | Een Leesbock | voor dejeugd. | Naar het Engelsch. ] Te Haarlem, bij \ Dc Wed. A. Loosjes. Pz. I MDCCCXXXVIII. i6!no, pp. iv, 219, (i). Portrait after Stuart.

      1838 Bibliotheca Washingtotiiaria. 8 1

      A Dutch translation of the Life pubHshed in 1832, by the American Sunday School Union, No. 176, omitting the Declaration of Independence at the end of that volume. The Portrait is on the title-page, which is engraved.

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      The early Life of Washington ; designed for the Instruction and Amusement of the Young. By a Friend of Youth. Providence : Knowles, Vose and Company. 1838. i8mo, pp. 80.

      Title from the Rice Catalogue.

      BIOGRAPHIE UNIVERSELLE. 216

      George Washington I'un des Fondateurs et le premier President de la Republiq. des Etats-Unis. [Biographic Universelle ou Dic- tionnaire Historique. Nouvelle Edition. Tome Sixieme. Paris: 1838. 8vo.]

      \ reprint of the sketch in the " Biographic Universelle," No. 169.

      DISTINGUISHED MEN. 217

      George Washington. [Distinguished Men of Modern Times. Vol. IV. London: 1838. Sin. i2mo.]

      \ reprint of the sketch in the " Gallery of Portraits with Memoir*," No. 198. 6

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      EDMONDS (.CYRUS READ). 218

      The I Life ami Times | of | General Washington. 1 By | Cyrus

      R. Edmonds. | In Two Volumes. | Second Edition. | London: \ MDCCCXXXVIII. i6mo.

      A re-issue of No. 196.

      ENCYCLOPEDIE. 219

      George Washington. [Encyclopedie du Dix-ncuviemc Siecle. Tome XXV. Paris: 1838. 8vo.]

      GEHE (EDUARD). 220

      Gallerie der Helden. | Zweiter Band. | Lcben Washington's, | von I Eduard Gehe. | Mit einem Stahlstich, | den Helden zu Pferde dar- stellend. | Leipzig: i8j8. \ Vcrlag von IV. Langrd)ieschc in Barmen und Iscrlohn. Svo, pp. 314. Equestrian Portrait, Baker, 421.

      MARSHALL (JOHN). 221

      The Life of George Washington. By John Marshall. Second Edition. In Two Volumes. Philadelphia: Published by James Ciissy. 1838.

      A re-issue of No. 1 78.

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      MARSHALL (JOHN). 222

      The Life | of | George Washington, | written for | the use of Schools. I By | John Marshall, | late Chief Justice of the Supreme Court I of the United States. | Philadelphia: \ James Crissy, No. 4 Minor- Stritt. \ 1838. i2mo, pp. 379.

      Written by Judge Marshall not long before his death, and containing in a condensed form the substance of his larger work. It was used as a school-book for some years, and went to numerous editions, or rather re-issues, the twentieth being dated Philadelphia, 1849. Pub- lished subsequently by Derby & Jackson, New York, 1857 and 1S59, with a Portrait, and omitting from the title the words, "Written for the use of schools."

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 223

      The Life of George Washington ; . . . . By M. L. Weems. Philadelphia : Published by Joseph Allen, and Sold by Grigg & Elliott, No. g North Fourth Street. 1838. i2mo, pp. 228. Portrait.

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 224

      Lebensbeschreibung | des | Georg Waschington, [ mit ] merk- wurdigen Anekdoten begleitet, | ehrenvoll fiir sein Andenken, und der Amerlkanischen Jugend | zur Nachahmung aufgezeichnet. |

      Ein Leben, wie niitzlich seinem Lande gefuhrt !

      Wie beliebt, da er lebte ! — wie geehrt im Tode !

      Lispelt! Lispelt seinen Namen, ihr noch ungeborne Kinder!

      Und schmucket eure Namen mit ahnlichen Thaten.

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      Von M. L. Weems, | ehemaligen Prediger der Mount Vernon Kirche. I Philadelphia: \ gcdrttckt und verlegt von Edmund V. Schelly. \ 1S38. i2mo, pp. (2) 297, (3). Portrait, and 6 Illustrations, on wood.

      1839.

      BANCROFT (AARON). 225

      The Life of George Washington. Commander in Chief, By Aaron Bancroft, D.D. In Two Volumes. Boston : Published by E. Litdefield, 122 Washington Street. 1839. i2mo.

      A re-issue of No. 162, without Portrait or Engraved Titles.

      EDMONDS (CYRUS READ). 226

      The I Life and Times | of | General Washington. | By | Cyrus R. Edmonds. | In Two Volumes. | Third Edition. | London: \ Published by Thomas Tegg, 77, Chcapsidc. \ MDCCCXXXIX. i6mo.

      A rc-issue of No. 196.

      GUIZOT (FRANCOIS-PIERRE-GUILLAUME). 227

      Vie du General Washington. Par M. Guizot. Paris. 1839. Svo.

      Title from Oettinger's " Bibliographie Biographique."

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      JUDSON (L. CARROLL). 228

      George Washington. [A Biography of the Signers of the Declara- tion of Independence and of Washington. By L. Carroll Judson. Philadelphia: 1839. 8vo.]

      LINCOLN (ROBERT W.). 229

      George Washington. [Lives of the Presidents of the United States. By Robert W. Lincoln. Brattleboyd , Vt. 1839. 8vo. Por- trait after Stuart, Baker, 253.]

      A re-issue of No. 186. Also re-issued, Nno York : 1842 -\- 1S44.

      MARSHALL (JOHN). 230

      The Life of George Washington, written for the use of Schools. By John Marshall. Fourth Edition. Philadelphia : James Crissy, No. 4. Minor Street. 1839. i2mo.

      A re-issue of No. 222. A Fifth Edition was also published the same year.

      SPARKS (JARED). 231

      The I Life | of | George Washington. | By Jared Sparks. | Unus qui nobis cunctando restituit rem ; | non ponebat enim rumores ante salutem ; | ergo magisque magisque viri nunc gloria claret. | Boston : I Published by Ferdinand Andrews. \ 1839.

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      Imp. 8vo, pp. XIX (i), 562. 3 Porlrails, Baker, 27, ICXJ, 206; 2 Maps, 5 Plates, 2 Illustrations, and 2 Portraits of Mrs. Washington.

      With the exception of a more detailed description of Fort Necessity, p. 51, a lirief reference to the failure of prompt supplies to Braddock's army, p. 59, and to the regularity of the corrcsiMndence of Washington, as to the details of business at Mount Vernon, during the entire war, p. 154, this is a reprint of No. 212. The other additions consist of numer- ous foot-notes (24), some of them quite lengthy, besides including in the appendix, " Rules of liehavior," notes on " Washington's Expenses while Commander in Chief," on " His Religious Opinions and Habits," and one treating on the autliorship of the Fare- well Address. Reissued 1842, 1843, '844, 1852, 1853, 1854, 1S55, 1S57, 1S60 and 1866. The last-named date is designated as the Seventeenth Edition.

      SPARKS (JARED). 232

      The I Life I of I George Washington, | Commander-in-Chief ol the American Armies, | and First President of the United States : | To which are added, | His Diaries and Speeches ; | and | various miscellaneous Papers | relating to | his Habits and Opinions. | By Jared Sparks. | In Two Volumes. | Vol. I. | Loudon: \ Hetity Colburn, Publisher, \ Great Marlborough Street. \ 1839. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. xii, 486 ; VII, 499. Portrait after C. W. Peale, on stone.

      These volumes, published it is said without the consent or even the knowledge of Dr. Sparks, comprise besides the Life of Washington (a reprint of No. 212), his Diaries, Speeches to Congress, a portion of his Answers to Addresses, the Farewell Address, and a variety of miscellaneous p.ipers, appertaining to his personal history, etc., selected from the 12 vol. American Edition. To these are added the last two Petitions to the King of Great Britain, and the Declaration of Independence. Re-issued, London: 1S42.

      SPARKS (JARED). 233

      Leben und Briefwechsel | Gcorg VVashingtons. | Nach dem Eng-

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      lischen | des | Jared Sparks | im Auszuge bearbeitet. | Herausgege- ben I von | Friedrich von Raumer. | Erster Band. | Leipzig : \ F. A. Brockhaus. \ 1839. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. xiv, 559; x, 533.

      The first volume contains a German translation of the Life of Washington, by Jared Sparks, No. 212, omitting the appendix, and the second, a selection from the Writings, edited by Friedrich Von Raumer.

      1840. [ ] 234

      The Life | of | George Washington. | Illustrated by | Tales, Sketches and Anecdotes. | Adapted to the use of Schools. | With Engravings. | Philadelphia: \ Thomas, Cowpcrtlizvait & Co., \ No. 2jj Market Street. \ 1840. Sm. i2mo, pp. 174. Illustrations, on wood.

      A re-issue of No. 175, known as " Parley's Washington." [ ] 235

      The Life | of | General Washington, | Commander in Chief | of | the American Forces. | London : \ Printed for T. Allman, 42, Holbom Hill, I and sold by all Booksellers. | 1840. Sm. i6mo, pp. x, 440.

      ARNOLD (S. G.). 236

      The Life | of | George Washington, ] First President of the

      United States. | By S. G. Arnold, | Author of " Memoirs of Hannah

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      More." I . . . New-York: \ Published by T. Mason and G. Lane, \ For the Sunday School Union of the Methodist Episcopal Church, \ at the Conference Office, 200 Mulberry Street. \ 1840. i6mo, pp. 228.

      BLAKE (JOHN L.). • 237

      George Washington, the Founder of American Independence. [A General Biographical Dictionary. By Rev. J. L. Blake, D.D. Third Edition. Philadelphia: 1840. Roy. 8vo.]

      GUIZOT (FRANCOIS-PIERRE-GUILLAUME). 238

      L'Influence et le Caractere de Washington dans la Revolution des Etats-Unis d'Amerique; Par M. Guizot, Membre de I'lnstitut. [Vie Correspondance et Ecrits de Washington. Patis : Librairie de Charles Gosselin, 9 Rue Saint-Germain des Pris. MDCCCXXXX. 6 vols. 8vo.]

      This essay on the " Character and Influence of Washington in the Revolution of the United States of America," was written by M. Guizot, as an introduction to the French translation of Sparks' Life of Washington, and a selection from the Writings, made by him at the request of Mr. Sparks, 6 vols., 8vo, infra, No. 245. The essay, which seems to have been first published separately, supra, No. 227, is dated Val-Richer, September, 1839, and occupies pp. XIII-CLXXI, of Vol. I.

      GUIZOT (F. P. G.J. 239

      Washington. | By | Monsieur Guizot, | Member of the Institute, Ambassador of France. | Translated | by Henry Reeve, Esq. | Lon- don : \ Johi Murray, Albemarle Street. \ MDCCCXL. i2mo, pp. XVI, 230.

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      A translation of the preceding number, with an appendix, pp. 198-230, containing the note on American Independence appended to Vol. II of the American Edition of Washing- ton's Writings, letters from Washington to Alexander Spotswood, and Benjamin Harrison, Governor of Virginia, and an extract from one to David Stuart, June 15th, 1790, on official etiquette.

      GUIZOT (F. P. G.). 240

      Washington. | By Monsieur Guizot, | Member of the Institute, Ambassador of France. | Translated by Henry Reeve, Esq. | Paris: \ Published by A. and W. Galignani and Co. \ No. 18, Rue Vivienne. \ 1840. 24mo, pp. XII, 156.

      A reprint of No. 239, including the appendix; apparently a simultaneous publication.

      GUIZOT (F. P. G.)- 241

      Essay | on the | Character and Influence | of | Washington | in the I Revolution of the United States of America. | By M. Guizot. Translated from the French. | Boston : \ James Munroe and Company. | 1840. i6mo, pp. XVI, 188.

      A translation, by George S. Hillard, of No. 238.

      MARSHALL (JOHN). 242

      The Life of George Washington. By John Marshall. In Two Volumes. Philadelphia: 1840.

      A re-issue of No. 178.

      go Bibliotheca Wasltingtoniana. 1840

      PAULDING JAMES KIRKE). 243

      A Life of Washington. By James K. Paulding. In Two Vol- umes. New- York: Published by Harper and Brothers, No. S2 Cliff- Street. 1840. i2nio.

      A re-issue of No. 200.

      RAMSAY (DAVID). 244

      Tlic Life I of I George Washington, | Commander in Chief | of tlie I Armies of the United States of America, throughout the War | which established tlieir Independence ; | and | First President of the United States. | By David Ramsay, M. D. | Author of the Historj' of the American Revolution. | With Notes, | and a | Biographical Sketch of the Author. | Jtliaca, N. Y. : \ Mack, Andrus, & Woodruff. \ 1840. 1 2mo, pp. 274. Portrait after Stuart.

      A reprint of No. 64. The notes are numerous and interesting, some of them being of considerable length. The Biographical Sketch of Dr. Ramsay was originally published in the Analectic Magazine for September, 1S15.

      SPARKS (JARED). 245

      Vic I Corrcspondance et Ecrits | dc Washington | Publics d'aprcs I'Edition Americaine | et precedes | d'unc Introduction | sur I'ln- fluence et le Caractere de Washington | dans la Revolution des Etats- Unis d'Amerique; | Par M. Guizot, | Membre de I'lnstitut | Tome Premier. | Paris. \ Librairie de Oiarles Gosselin, \ g Rue Saint-Ger-

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      main dcs Pns. \ MDCCCXXXX. 6 vols., 8vo, and 4to Vol. of Por- traits, Map and Plans.

      This is the French translation of the Life of Washington, by Jared Sparks, No. 212, with a selection from the Writings referred to in the note of No. 23S. Vols. I and II, pp. CLXXI, 291-408, contain the Life, preceded by the Essay or Introduction by M. Guizot, No. 238, the remaining volumes being devoted to the selection from the Writings. It is note- worthy that the name of Dr. Sparks does not appear on the title-page.

      SPARKS (JARED). 246

      Life I of I George Washington, | By | Jared Sparks. | Abridged by the Author. | Vol.1. | Boston: \ Published by Ferdinand Andrews. \ 1840. 2 vols., i6mo, pp. XI, 330; VIII, 344. Portrait after Houdon, Baker, 107.

      An abridgment of No. 231, without the appendix. "The omissions are mostly of a political or general nature. The biographical incidents and other parts, which constitute the narrative, have been presented without change and nearly complete."

      UPHAM (CHARLES WENTWORTH). 247

      The I Life of Washington, | in the form of | an Autobiography; | the Narrative being, to a great extent, conducted by Himself, | in Ex- tracts and Selections from | His own Writings. | By Rev. Charles W. Upham, I yVuthor of the' Life of Sir Henry Vane.' | In Two Volumes. | Vol. I. I Boston: | Marsh, Capen, Lyon, and Webb. \ 1840. 2 vols., i2mo, pp. 402 ; 388.

      Only a few copies of these volumes are known, the edition having been suppressed by the Circuit Court of the United States, as an infringement of the copyright of Sparks' " Writings of George Washington." The plates were subsequently transferred to England for publica- tion, infra. No. 306.

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      WEEMS (MASON L.). 248

      The Life of George Washington ; . . . . Embellished with Six Engravings. By M. L. Weems, . . Philadelphia: Published by Joseph Allen, and sold by Grigg & Elliott, No. g North Fourth Street. 1840. i2mo, pp. 244. Portrait.

      Printed from the second set of stereotype-plates, referred to in the note of No. 86 ; the pages being slightly shorter, will account for the additional number, sixteen.

      I84I.

      BIOGRAPHIE UNIVERSELLE. 249

      George Washington, I'un des Fondateurs et le premier President de la Republiq. des Etats-Unis. [Biographic Universelle ou Diction- naire Historique sous la direction de M. Weiss. Nouvelle Edition. Tome Sixieme. Paris: MDCCCXLI. 8vo. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 229.]

      A reprint of the sketch in the " Biographie Universelle," No. 169.

      CONVERSATIONS-LEXIKON. 250

      Georg Washington, als Feldherr und Gesetzgeber der groszte unter den Grundern und Ordncrn der Frcihcit und dcr Verfassung der Vereinigten Staaten von Nordameril

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      GUIZOT (FRANCOIS-PIERRE-GUILLAUME). 251

      Washington | Par | M. Guizot. | Loiidres: \ D. Nutt, 1^8, Fleet Street. \ M,DCCC,XLI. i6mo, pp. 155.

      A reprint of No. 238.

      1842.

      C ] 252

      The Life | of | George Washington. | Written for the American Sunday-School Union, and ( Revised by the Committee of Publica- tion. I New Edition. | Illustrated with fine Steel and Lithographic | Engravings. | American Sunday-School Union. \ Philadelphia: \ No. 1^6 Chestnut Street. [1842.] Sm. i2mo, Engraved Title, with vignette, pp. 287. Portrait after Stuart ; 4 Illustrations, on stone.

      A re-issue of No. 176, with alterations and additions. The additions comprise the intro- duction of the "Hatchet Story," selections from " Rules of Behaviour in company and con- versation," and reminiscences of Gen. Washington.

      ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA. 253

      George Washington, the First President of the United States. [Encyclopsedia Britannica. Seventh Edition. Volume XXI. Edin- burgh: 1842.]

      GLASS (FRANCIS). 254

      A Life of George Washington, in Latin Pro.se: By Francis

      94 Bibliotheca Washiut^tomatia. 1842

      Glass, A.M. . . Third Edition. New York: Published by Harper & Brothers, . . . 1 842.

      Georgii Wasliingtonii, . . Vita, Francisco Glass, A.M. . . Neo-Eboracopoli : . . MDCCCXLII. i2mo, pp. 285. Frontispiece.

      A re-issue of No. 199, with a vocabulary occupying pp. 225-2S5. Testimonials at end, not paged.

      GUIZOT (FRANCOIS-PIERRE-GUILLAUME. 255

      Washington | Par | M. Guizot. | Douxieme Edition. | Londres : | D. Nutt, 158, Fleet Street. | MDCCCXLII. i6mo, pp. 155.

      A reissue of No. 251.

      PAULDING JAMES KIRKE), 256

      A Life of Washington. By James K. Paulding. In Two Volumes. New-York : Published by Harper & Brotlurs, No. 82 Cliff- Street. 1842. i2mo.

      A re-issue of No. 200.

      RAMSAY (DAVID). 257

      Vida de Jorge Washington, Commandantc en Gefe de los Ejercitos durante la Guerra que establecio la Independencia de los Estados Unidos de America, y su Primer Presidente. Escrita per David

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      Ramsay, M.D., etc., y Traducida al Espanol por A. R. y C. L. Barcelona: 1842. 2 vols., 8vo.

      Title from Rich, Bibliotheca Americana Nova. In all probability a re-issue of No. l6o.

      SPARKS (JARED). 258

      The Life of George Washington. By Jared Sparks. Boston: Published by Tappan and Dennet. 1 842. 8vo.

      A re-issue of No. 23 1 .

      SPARKS (JARED). 259

      Life I of I George Washington, | By | Jared Sparks. | Abridged by the Author. | Boston: \ 1842. 2 vols., i6mo. Portrait after Ho Lid on, Baker, 107.

      A re-issue of No. 246.

      \VEEMS (MASON L.). 260

      The I Life of George Washington; | with | curious anecdotes, equally honorable to Himself, | and | exemplary to his Young Coun- trymen. I

      A life how useful to his country led ! How loved! while living ! — how revered ! now dead ! Lisp ! lisp ! his name, ye children yet unborn ! And with like deeds your own gre names adorn.

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      By M. L. Wecms, | formerly Rector of Mount Vernon Parish. | Knoxville : \ Printed and Published by James Williams, \ at the Office of the Post. I 1842. i6mo, pp. 235.

      An unauthorized reprint, outside of the regular succession of editions. Without Portrait or Illustrations.

      1843.

      PENNY CYCLOPAEDIA. 261

      George Washington. [The Penny Cyclop.xdia. Vol. X.W'II. London: MDCCCXLIII. Imp. 8vo.]

      SPARKS JARED). a6a

      The Life of George Washington. By Jared Sparks. Boston : Published by Tappan and Dennet. 1 843. 8vo.

      A re-issue of No. 231.

      SPARKS (JARED). 263

      Life I of I George Washington, | By | Jared Sparks. | Abridged by tlie Author. | Boston: \ Published by Tappan and Dennet. \ 1843. 2 vols., l6mo. Portrait after Houdon, Baker, 107.

      A re-issue of No. 246.

      1844 Bibliotheca Washmgtoniana. 97

      1844. [ ] 264

      The Life | of | George Washington. | Illustrated by | Tales, Sketches and Anecdotes. | Adapted to the use of Schools. | With Engravings. | Philadelphia : \ Thomas Cowperthwait & Co., \ N'o. 2jj Market Street. \ 1844. Sm. i2mo, pp. 174. Illustrations, on wood.

      A re-issue of No. 175, known as " Parley's Washington."

      [ ] 265

      The Life | of | General Washington, | Commander-in-Chief | of

      I The American Forces. | Lo?tdott. \ Printed for T. Allman, ^2, Hol-

      bom Hill, I and sold by all Booksellers. \ 1844. Sm. i6mo, pp. x, 440.

      Frontispiece, on wood. ♦■

      A re-issue of No. 235.

      BANCROFT CAARON). 266

      The Life of George Washington, Commander in Chief. By Aaron Bancroft, D.D. In Two Volumes. Boston: Published by Lewis & Sampson, 122 Washington Street. 1S44. i2mo.

      A reissue of No. 162, witliout Portrait or Engraved Titles.

      DICTIONNAIRE CONVERSATION. 267

      Georges Washington. [Dictionnaire de Conversation. Tome Dixieme. Paris. 1844. i2mo.] 7

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      ENCYCLOPEDIE. 268

      Washington. [Encyclopedic des Gens du Monde. Tome Vingt- deuxieme. Paris. 1844. i2mo.]

      Sketch by Edme. Jacques- Benoit Rathety.

      GUIZOT CFRANCOIS-PIERRE-GUILLAUME). 269

      Washington | Par | M. Guizot | Mcmbre de I'Institut | Nouvelle Edition | Paris \ Librairie de Charles Gossclin \ Editciir de la Bib- liothique d'Eliie \ jo Rue Jacob \ MDCCCXLIV. i2mo, pp. 216. Portrait of the Author.

      This edition prints in appendix : Tlie F.-irewell Address, the Last Will and Testament, papers referring to the death of Washington, the proceedings of Congress thereon, etc., etc.

      PAULDING (JAMES KIRKE). 270

      A Life of Washington. By James K. Paulding. In Two Vol- umes. xVetv York: Published by Harper & Brothers, No. S2 Cliff- Street. 1844. I2mu.

      A re- issue of No. 200.

      SPARKS (JARED). 271

      The Life of George Washington. Hj- Jaied Sparks. Boston: Published by Charles Tappan. 1844. 8vo.

      A reissue of No. 2jii.

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      WEEMS (MASON L.). 272

      The Life of George Washington ; . . . . Embellished with Six Engravings. By M. L. Weems. Philadelphia: 1844. i2mo, pp. 244. Portrait.

      WISLICENUS (ERNST). 273

      Washington, oder die Entstehung der Nordamerikanischen Frei- staaten. Leipzig. 1844. 8vo.

      Title from Oettinger's " Bibliographie Biographique."

      1845-

      MARSHALL rjOHN). 274

      The Life of George Washington. By John Marshall. In Two Volumes. Philadelphia: 1845.

      A re-issue of No. 178.

      [WELD (H. HASTINGS).] 275

      Pictorial Life | of | George Washington : | Embracing | Anec- dotes. I Illustrative of his Character. | And | Embellished with En- gravings. I For the young People of the Nation He founded. | Phila- delphia: I Lindsay and Blakiston, \ Chcsnut Street. \ 1845. i6ino, pp. 222. 8 Illustrations, on stone.

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      1846.

      GUIZOT FRANCOIS-PIERRE-GUILLAUME). 276

      Washington. Por M. Guizot. Madrid : Espinosa y Ca. 1846. i6nio, pp. (2), .\xi, 148.

      Title from Sabin's Dictionary.

      1847.

      BIOGRAPHIE UNIVERSELLE. 277

      George Washington, Fondateur de I'lndcpendance Americaine. [Biographie Universelle Ancienne ct Modernc. Nouvelle Edition. Tome Vingt et unieme. Bruxdles: 1847. 8vo.]

      A different sketch from that in the " Biographie Universelle," No. 165.

      FROST JOHN). 278

      Pictorial Life | of | George Washington : | Embracing | a com- plete History | of | The Se\en Years War, the Revolutionary War, the I Formation of tlie Federal ConstituticMi, and | the Administra- tion of Washington. | By J. Frost, LL.l), | .Author of "Pictorial History of the World," etc. | With upwards of one Hundred Engrav- ings. I By Croomc & Devereux. | Philadelphia: \ Charles J. Gillis, 46^2 Walnut Street. \ Stereotyped By L. Johnson & Co. \ 1S47. 8vo, Engraved Title, pp. 588. Portrait after Trumbull, Baker, 157, and numerous Illustrations, on wood.

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      [GRISWOLD (RUFUS WILMOT).] 279

      George Washington. [Washington and the Generals of the American Revolution. Vol. I. Philadelphia : Published by Carey and Hart. 1847. Equestrian Portrait.]

      " Washington and the Generals of the American Revolution," 2 vols., 1 2mo, sixteen Portraits, was edited and partly written by Rufus W. Griswold, assisted by W. G. Simms, E. D. Ingraham and others. It is commonly known as " Griswold's Washington," and the authorship of the Washington sketch usually attributed to him. But of this there is no posi- tive proof, and without good evidence to that effect we incline to doubt it. The writer has beard it ascribed to the pen of the late Horace Binney Wallace, of Philadelphia, but of this also no evidence was adduced, although such a parentage is entitled to much more favorable consideration.

      HEADLEY (JOEL TYLER). 280

      George Washington. [Washington and his Generals. By J. T. Headley. Vol. I. New York: Baker and Scribner, ^6 Park Row and 14.5 Nassau Street. 1847. Portrait after Trumbull, Baker, 140.]

      2 vols., l2mo. Re-issued, Neiu York, 1853, 4- 1856, 4- 1865, 4- \_Ibid.'\ two vols, in one, 1875.

      LOSSING (BENSON JOHN). 281

      George Washington, The Plrst President of the United States. [The Lives of the Presidents of the United States. New York: 1847. 8vo. Portrait after Stuart, on wood.]

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      WEEMS MASON L.). 282

      The Life of George Washington ; . . . . Embellished with ^ix Engravings. By M. L. Weems, . . Philadelphia : Published by Joseph Allen, and sold by Grigg and Elliot, No. p North Fourth Street. 1847. 1 2mo, pp. 244. Portrait.

      1848.

      CRAIG (NEVILLE B.). 283

      Washington's First Campaign. Death of Jumonville, aiul the taking of Fort Necessity, also Braddock's Defeat, the march of the unfortunate General explained by a Civil Engineer; the whole arranged by Neville B. Craig. Pittsburgh: M.P.Morse. 1848. Svo, pp. 32. Map.

      EMINENT AMERICANS. 284

      George Wa.shington, First President. [Eminent Americans, and Patriots of the Revolution. New York : 1848. Sm. i2mo.]

      ENCYCLOPEDIE CATHOLIQUE. 285

      Washington. [Encyclopedie Catholique. Tome Dix-huitieme. Paris: 1848. 8vo.]

      A reprint wilh some slight alterations of the sketch in the " Encyclopiidie dcs Gcus du Monde," No. 268.

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      FROST (JOHN). 286

      Pictorial Life | of | George Washington : | Embracing | a com- plete History I of | The Seven Years' War, the Revolutionary War, the I Formation of the Federal Constitution, and | the Administration of Washington. | By J. Frost, LL.D. | Author of "Pictorial History of the World," " Pictorial History | of the United States," and " Pictorial History of Mexico and | the Mexican War, with Five Hundred En- gravings." I With upwards of one hundred Engravings, | By Croome & Devereux. | Philadelphia : \ Published by W. A. Leary & Co. \ No. 138 North Second Street. \ [1848]. 8vo, Engraved Title, pp. 588. Portrait after 'Yxwn\\iw\\, Baker, 157. i Plate and numerous illustra- tions, on wood.

      A re-issue of No. 278.

      [GRISWOLD (RUFUS WILMOT.)] 287

      George Washington. [Washington and the Generals of the American Revolution. Vol. I. Philadelphia : Published by Carey and Hart. 1848. i2mo. Portrait.]

      A re-issue of No. 279 ; also re-issued the same year, with only two portraits.

      MARSHALL (JOHN). 288

      The Life of George Washington. By John Marshall. In Two Volumes. Philadelphia: Published by Crissy & Markley, and Thomas Cowperthwait & Co. 1 848.

      A re-issue of No. 178.

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      PAULDING JAMES KIRKE). 289

      The I Life of Washington. | By | James K. Paulding. ) Aber- deen: I Published by George Clark & Son. \ Dublin: J. M'Glashati, 31, UOlier-Street. \ MDCCCXLVIII. i2mo, pp. 288.

      A reprint of No. 200.

      TYTLER (MARGARET FRASER). 290

      The Life of Washington. [Tales of the Great and Brave. (Sec- ond Series.) By M. Fraser Tytlcr. Philadelphia: 1848. Sq. i6mo. 8 Illustrations, on wood.]

      WYATT (THOMAS). 291

      General George Washington. [Memoirs of the Generals . . who distinguished themselves in the Wars of the Revolution and 181 2. By Thomas Wyatt, A.M. Philadelphia : 1 848. 8vo.]

      1849. AMERICAN LITERARY MAGAZINE. 29a

      George Washington. [American Literary* Magazine. February 1849. Vol. IV. Neio York.]

      BIOGRAPHICAL PANORAMA. 293

      George Washington. [American Biographical Panorama. By

      1849 Books About George Washington, by NewtonStein: AD-2010. 105

      William Hunt. Printed by Joel Munsell. 1849. [n. p.] Portrait after Stuart.]

      [GRISWOLD (RUFUS WILMOT).] 294

      The Military and Civil Life of George Washington. [American Biographical Library. New York : 1849. 8vo. Portrait after Stuart, on wood.]

      A reprint of the sketch in " Washington and the Generals of the American Revolution," No. 279.

      MARSHALL (JOHN). 295

      The Life of George Washington, written for the use of Schools. By John Marshall. Twentieth Edition. Philadelphia: Crissy & Markley, No. ^ Minor Street. 1 849. 1 2mo.

      A re-issue of No. 222.

      WILLIAMS (EDWIN). 296

      Biographical Sketch of George Washington. [The Presidents of the United States, their Memoirs and Administrations. By Edwin Williams. New York: 1849. 8vo. Portrait after Stuart, .Sa^^r, 179.]

      Reprinted in the " Twelve Stars of Our Republic," p. 25. New York : 1850.

      lo6 Bibliotheca Washinc^toniafia. 1850

      1850.

      BIOGRAPHIE UNIVERSELLE. 297

      George Washington. [Biographic Universelie ou Dictionnaire Historique. Par F.-X. de Feller. Tome VIII. Paris. 1850.]

      1851.

      BEARD (JOHN R.). 298

      George Washington, the Founder of the Republic of the United States. [The People's Biographical Dictionary : By the Rev. John R. Beard, D.D. Volume Fourth. London : lilDCCClA. i6mo.]

      GOODRICH (SAMUEL GRISWOLD). 299

      George Washington. [Parley's Panorama : or. Curiosities of Nature and Art, History and Biograph)-. hklitcd by S. G. Goodrich. Hartford. Published by House &■ Bro^wn. 1S51. Svo.]

      GORTON JOHN). 300

      George Washington, Commander-in-Chief and P"irst President of the United States of America. [A General Biographical Dictionary. By John Gorton. A new Edition. Vol. IV. Loudon: 185 1. Svo.]

      A reprint of llie sketch iu Vol. II, of the First Edition, No. 167.

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      GUIZOT (FRANCOIS-PIERRE-GUILLAUME). 301

      Washington. | Fondation | dc | la Republique des Etats-Unis ] d'Amerique, | Par M. Guizot. | Bruxellcs. \ Mdinc, Cans ct Compagnie. I Livoume. \ M'eme Maison. \ Leipzig. \J. P. Mcline. \ 185 1. i2mo,

      PP- 173 (I )•

      A reprint of No. 23S, with an appendix containining tlie early writings of Washington, extracts from his first Journal (a;tat 16), his rehgious opinions, papers referring to his death, and the proceedings of Congress thereon, the Declaration of Independence, the Farewell Ad- dress, and his Last Will and Testament.

      GUIZOT (F. P. G.). 302

      Le Caractere de Washington et son Influence dans la Revo- lution des Etats-Unis d'Amerique Par M. Guizot. [Prefixed to Vol. I of Washington, Fondation de la RepubHque des Etats-Unis d'Amerique, Vie de Washington ; Paris Didier, Libraire-Editeur, Quai desAugusiins,j^. 185 1. 2vols.,8vo. Portrait after Stuart, .5«^^r, 229.]

      A re-issue of the first two volumes of " Vie Correspondance et Ecrits de Washington," No. 24s, containing the Essay by M. Guizot, and the French translation of Sparks' Life of Washington, referred to in the note of that number. The Essay occupies pp. XIII-CLXXI of Vol. L See also No. 304 infra.

      GUIZOT (F. P. G.). 303

      Essay on the Character and Influence of Washington in the Revo- lution of the United States of America. By M. Guizot. Translated from the French. Second Edition. Boston and Cambridge: James

      io8 Books About George Washington, by NewtonStein: AD-2010. 1851

      Munroe and Company. 1851. i6mo, pp. 160. Portrait after Houdon, Baker, 107.

      A reprint of No. 241.

      SPARKS (JARED). 304

      Washington | Fondation dc la Rcpublique | dcs | Etats-Unis d'Amerique | Vie de Washington; | Histoire de la Guerre de I'lndc- pendancc ct de la Fondation de la Republique | des Etats-Unis d'Amerique, | traduite de I'Anglais de M. Jared- Sparks, par M. CH .... I et precedee | d'une Introduction sur Ic Caractere de Washington et son Influence | dans la Revolution des Etats-Unis d'Amerique | Par M. Guizot. | i | Paris \ Didier, Librairc-Editcur, Qiiai des Angus tins, 35. | 1851.

      2 vols., 8vo, pp. CLXXI, 291 ; 440. Portrait after Stuart, Bal-er, 229, I Map and Tor- trait of Mrs. Washington.

      A re-issue of Vols. I and 11, of No. 245, with tlie addition to Vol. II, of the Declaration of Independence, and the I^ast Will and Testament of Washington. See also No. 302.

      SPARKS (JARED). 305

      The Life I of I George Washington | B)- | Jared Sparks, L.L.D. | Two Volumes in one, abridged by the Author. | Auburn : \ Derby & Mi//er. \ iS-) I- i2mo. Portrait after Houdon, i)Wv;-, 1 07.

      A reissue of No. 246.

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      UPHAM (CHARLES WENTWORTH). 306

      The I Life | of | General Washington, | First President of the United States, | written by Himself, | comprising | His Memoirs and Correspondence, | as prepared by Him for publication, | including | several Original Letters now first printed. | Edited by | the Rev. C. W. Upham. | In Two Volumes. | Vol. I. | London: \ Office of the National Illustrated Library, \ 22J, Strattd. | iMDCCCLL

      2 vols., i2mo. Engraved Title, pp. 443, Portrait after Trumbull, -|- Vol. II, Engraved Title, pp. 443, Portrait of Franklin.

      A re-issue, with a new title, of No. 247, the plates having been transferred to England for publication, in consequence of the action of the U. S. Court, referred to in that note. A Glossary and Index at the end of each voliune make up the additional pages.

      1852.

      GODWIN (PARKE). 307

      George Washington, the Illustrious Founder of American Inde- pendence. [Hand-Book of Universal Biography. By Parke Godwin. New York: 1852. i2mo.]

      [HERVEY (N.).] 308

      The Memory of Washington ; with Biographical Sketches of his Mother and Wife. Relations of Lafayette to Washington ; with Inci- dents and Anecdotes in the Lives of the Two Patriots. Boston: J. Munroc & Co. 1852. i2nio, pp. 320. 2 Plates.

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      JUDSON (L. CARROLL). 309

      George Washington. [The Sages and Heroes of the American Revolution. By L. Carroll Judson. Philadelphia: Published by the Author. 1852. 8vo. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 350.]

      A different sketch from No. 228.

      SPARKS (JARED). 310

      The Life of George Washington. By Jared Sparks. Boston: 1852.

      A re-issue of No. 231.

      SPARKS fJARED). 311

      The Life | of | George Washington | By | Jared Sparks, LL.D. | Two Volumes in one, abridged by the Author. | Auburn : \ Derby & Miller. \ 1S52. l2mo. Portrait after Iloudon, /?<7/(v;-, 107.

      A re- issue of No. 246.

      UPHAM rCHARLES WENTWORTH). 312

      The Life of General Washington l-xiited by the Rev. C. W.

      Uphani. In Two Volumes. London: MDCCCLIT. 121110.

      A re-issue of No. 306.

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      WISLICENUS (ERNST). 313

      Washington | oder | die Entstehung | der Nordamerikanischen Freistaaten. | Von | Ernst Wislicenus. | Zweite Auflage. | Leipzig, \ Verlag von Otto Wigand. \ 1852. i2mo, pp. iv, 267.

      Apparently a second edition of No. 273.

      1853-

      AMERICAN'S OWN BOOK. 314

      George Washington, the Founder of American Independence, and First President of the United States. [The American's Own Book. New York: Leavitt & Allen. 1853. i6mo.]

      ROSE (HUGH JAMES). 315

      George Washington, Commander-in-Chief, and First President of the United States of America. [A New General Biographical Dictionary. By the late Hugh James Rose. Vol. XII. London:

      I8S3-]

      SPARKS (JARED). 316

      The Life of George Wasliington. By Jared Sparks. Boston : Little, Brown and Company. 1853. 8vo.

      A reissue of No. 231.

      112 Bibliotheca Washin^toniana. 1854

      WATSON (HENRY C). 3X7

      George Washington. [Lives of the Presidents of tlie United

      States. By Henry C. Watson. Boston: 1853. 8vo. Portrait after Stuart, on wood.]

      1854-

      BANCROFT (AARON). 318

      The Life of George Wasliington, Commander in Chief T?y Aaron Bancroft, D.D. Two Volumes in one. Boston: Phillips, Sampson & Co., no Washington Street. 1854. i2mo. Portrait after Stuart, and 3 Illustrations, on wood.

      A re-issue of No. 162.

      CYCLOPAEDIA OF BIOGRAPHY. 319

      George Washington. [Cyclopaedia of Biography: Edited by Elihu Rich. London and Glasgow : 1854. i6nio.]

      Sketch by John Hill IJurtoii.

      EDGAR (JOHN G.). 320

      Washington. [Footprints of Famous Men. By John G. Edgar. Neiv York: 1854. i6mo.]

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      FROST (JOHN). 321

      Pictorial Life of George Washington. . . By Joim Frost, LL.D. . Philadelphia: Published by Lcary & Getz, No. ijS North Second Street. 1854. 8vo.

      A reissue of No. 286.

      FROST (JOHN). 322

      George Washington. [The Presidents of the United States. By John Frost, LL.D. Boston: Phillips, Sampson and Company. 1854. i2mo. Portrait, on wood.]

      Re-issued, Boston : 1857 + i85o.

      HOMES OF AMERICAN STATESMEN. 323

      Washington. [Homes of American Statesmen. Nezv York: 1854. Sq. i2mo.]

      Sketch by Caroline M. Kirkland.

      LIVES OF THE ILLUSTRIOUS. 324

      George Washington. [Lives of the Illustrious (The Biographical Magazine). Vol. V. London: 1854. 8vo.]

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      MARSHALL (JOHN). 325

      The Life of George Washington. By John Marshall. In Two Volumes. Philadelphia: 1854.

      A reissue of No. 178.

      SPARKS JARED). 326

      The Life of George Washington. By Jared Sparks. Boston: 1854.

      A reissue of No. 231.

      1855- BANCROFT (AARON). 327

      The Life of George Washington, Commander-in-Chief. . . By Aaron Bancroft, D.D. Two Volumes in one. Boston: Phillips, Samp- son, atid Company. Nciv Yoi-k: J.C.Dcrby. 1855. i2mo. Portrait, and 3 Illustrations, on wood.

      A reissue of No. 162.

      DE WITT (CORNELIS). 328

      Histoire | de | Washington | et de la Fondation | de la Repub- lique des Etats-Unis | Par | Cornelis de Witt | Precede | d'une Etude

      1855 Bibliotheca Washhigtoniana. IIS

      Historique sur Washington | Par M. Guizot | Paris \ Dldier, Librairc- Editeur \ jj, Quai des Aiigiistins \ L'auteur se reserve le droit de tra- duction. I 1855. 8vo, pp. Ill, CIV, 491. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 229. I Map.

      DEUTSCHE ENCYKLOPADIE. 329

      George Washington, der erste Prasident der Vereinigten Staaten von Nordamerika. [Allgemeine Deutsche Real-Encyklopadie. Funf- zehnter Band. Leipzig: 1855. Svo.]

      A different sketch from that in the "Deutsche Encyclopadie," No. 140.

      [GRISWOLD (RUFUS WILMOT).] 330

      George Washington. [Washington and the Generals of the American Revolution. Two Volumes in one. Vol. I. Philadelphia : Lippincott, Granibo & Co. 1855. i2mo. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 186.]

      A re-issue of No. 279; also re-i.ssued, Philadelphia : J. B. Lippincott &• Co., 1858 -|- 1861 + 1866. l/6ii/.'\ Claxton, Remsen & Ilaffelfinger, 1S75 + 18S1. [/«

      GUIZOT (FRANCOIS-PIERRE-GUILLAUME). 331

      Etude Historique sur Washington. Par M. Guizot. [Prefixed to " Histoire de Washington et de la Fondation de la Republique des

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      Etats-Unis Par Cornells de Witt." Paris. DicHcr, Liltrairc-Editcur, jj Quai dcs AugJistins. 1855. 8vo. Portrait after Stuart, ^a^vr, 229.]

      A reprint of No. 23S, occupying pp. I-CIV. See also No. 32S.

      IRVING (WASHINGTON). 33^

      Life I of I George Washington. | By | Washington Irving. ] In Three Vols. | Vol. I. | New York: | G. P. Putnam & Co., 10 Park Place. I 1855.

      3 vols., Svo, 1855-6, pp. XVI, 504; XII, 518 (I) ; XIV, 523 + 2 vols. 1S57-9, pp. X, SiS; XII, 456. — Vol. I, Portrait after Wertmullcr, Uaic-r, 176, and 3 Maps, + Vol. II, Portrait after C. W. Peale, Baker, 28, and 3 Maps, + Vol. Ill, Portraits after Stuart and Houdon, Baker, 23S, 105, and 7 Maps, + Vol. IV, Silhouette Portrait and 2 Maps, + Vol. V, Portrait after Rembrandt Peale, Baker, 381, and I Plate.

      The first edition of this favorite Life of Wailiinjjion, and as a publication, in all its various forms and editions, one of the most important contributions to the subject. The illustrated 4to and Svo le-issues, Nos. 333 and 358 iii/ra, are admirable examples of lx>ok-making, alike worthy of the author and creditable to the publishers.

      IRVING (WASHINGTON). 333

      Life I of I George Washington. | Hy | Washington Irving. | In Three Vols. | Vol. I. | New York: | G. P. Putnam & Co., Park Place. I 1855.

      3 vols., Roy. 4to, 1S55-6, pp. IX, 504; XII, 51S; XIV, 523 + 2 vols., 1857-9, pp. X, 518; XII, 456.— Vol. I, 21 Plates, 10 Illustrations, 3 Maps, + Vol. II, 24 Plates, 13 Illuslr.itions, 3 Maps, + Vol. Ill, 21 Plates, II Illustrations, 7 Maps, + Vol. IV, 21 Plate!!, 12 Illuslraiions. 2 Maps, + Vol. V, iS Plates, 3 Illustrations.

      1855 Bibliotheca WasJdjigtoniaiia. 1 1 7

      A reissue on large paper of the preceding number, with one hundred and five India proof prints and numerous illustrations. This is the edition, limited to one hundred and ten copies, printed to meet the wishes of Illustrators, and of which so many have been extra- illustrated. Of these, a notable example is the copy extended to ten volumes by Mr. William Menzies of New York, particularly described in the catalogue of his library, sold in that city in 1875. At that sale, this .splendid set of books with two additional volumes, comprising Irving's original MS. of Chapter XX, Volume IV, and Tuckerman's " Character and Portraits of Washington," were purchased by the late Joscjih W. Drexel, for the sum of four thousand and eighty dollars.

      IRVING (WASHINGTON). 334

      Life I of I George Washington. | By | Washington Irving. | In Three Volumes. | Vol. I. | Comprising his early Life, Expeditions, and Campaigns. | London : Henry G. Bolin, \ York Street, Covcnt Garden. \ 1855.

      3 vols., i6mo, 1855-6, pp. XVI, 34S; XII, 349-715; XII, 716-1080, + 2 vols., 1857- 59, pp. XI, 1081-1444; XII, 1445-1752. Vol. I, Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 254.

      A reprint of No. 332, omitting the appendix of Vol. I, containing a note on the Wash- ington Portraits. Subsequently re-issued in four vols., London : George Bell &' Sons, York Street, Ccrvent Garden.

      LOSSING (BENSON JOHN). 335

      George Washington. [Our Countrymen ; or Brief Memoirs of Eminent Americans. By Benson J. Lossing. New York : i^i^. i2nio.]

      Re-issued under the title, " Eminent Americans."

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      SPARKS (JARED). 336

      The Life of George Wasliiiigton. By Jared Sparks. Boston: 1855.

      A re-issue of No. 231.

      SPARKS (JARED). 337

      The Life | of | George Washington. | By | Jared Sparks, LL.D. | Two Volumes in one, abridged by tlie Author. | New York: \ Miller, Orton & Miilligatt. \ Auburn: \ 107 Genesee Street. \ 1855. i2mo. Portrait after Houdon, Baker, 107.

      A re-issuc of No. 246.

      SPARKS (JARED). 338

      Standard | American Authors. | Published under the superin- tendence I of I Dr. Karl Elzc, Hon. M. R. S. L. | Vol. IX. | The Life I of I George Washington. | V>y | Jarcd Sparks. | Authorized Edition. | Dessiui: Kat:: Brothers. \ 1S55. i6nio, pp. vii, 371.

      A reprint in one volume of No. 246.

      WILLIAMS (EDWIN). 339

      Biographical Sketch of George Washington. [The National History of the United States. By Benson J. Lossing, and Edwin Williams. Vol. H. AWc IV/t.- 1855. 8vo.]

      A reprint of No. 296; also reprinted in the " Sl.ilcsman's Manual," A'cw Yorl:: 1858.

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      1856.

      ABBOTT (JOHN STEVENS CABOTj. 340

      George Washington. By John S. C. Abbott. [Harper's New Monthly Magazine. Vol. XII. Februarj^ Number. New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers. 1856. 8vo.]

      BANCROFT (AARON). 341

      The Life of George Washington, Commander in Chief. . . By Aaron Bancroft, D.D. . . Two Volumes in one. Boston: Phillips, Sampson, and Compariy. 1856. i2mo. Portrait, and 3 Illustrations, on wood.

      A re-issue of No. 162.

      BLAKE (JOHN L.). 342

      George Washington, the Champion of American Independence. [A Biographical Dictionar)': By the Rev. John L. Blake, D.D., Thirteenth Edition. Philadelphia: 1856. Roy. 8vo.]

      A reprint with some slight changes, of the sketch in the Third Edition, No. 237.

      DRAGOUMES (NICHOLAS). 343

      Bt05 r. Omcrtj'xTcjvog, fiera^paadetg ix Tov 'Ayy^ixov vito N. A^ayovnYi, etc. 'Ev \\.Qr;vaii, 1856. 8°.

      I20 Bibliotluca Washingtottiatta. 1856

      " Life of G. Washington, Iranslaled from ihc English by N. Pragoumes, cic. In Alhrm, 1856." A Greek Iranslalion of No. 176. 'litlc from ihc Hrilisli Museum Catalogue of Printed Hooks.

      HEADLEY (JOEL TYLER). 344

      Tlic I Life I of I Geor-c Washington. | By | J. T. Headlc\-, \ Author of " Washington and his Generals," " Napoleon and his Marshalls," | "The Sacred Mountains," etc. | New York: \ Charles Scribncr, \ J77 &■ jy^ Broadway. \ 1S56. 8vo., pp. 477. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 185. g Plates, 32 Illustrations, on woud.

      IRVING WASHINGTON). 345

      Life I of I George Washington. | By | Washington Ir\iiig. | Vol. I. 1 New York: \ G. P. Putnam & Co., j2i Broadway, \ nearly opposite Pearl Street. | 1856.

      5 vols., I2mo, 1S56-9, pp. XVI, 459; XII, 4S6; XIV, 4S3; XI, 479; XII, 434. — Vol. I, Portrait after C. W. Pcale, Bahr, 28. and 2 Maps, + Vol. II, I Plate, + Vol. Ill, I Plate, + Vol. IV, I Plate, + Vol. V, Portrait after Rembrandt Peale, Baker, 381, and I Plate.

      .'\ reprint of No. 332.

      IRVING WASHINGTON). 346

      Life I of I George Washington. | By | Washington Irving. | Author's Edition. | In Five Volumes. | Vol. I. | Leipzig : \ Bernhard Tauehuitz. \ 1856.

      5 vols., l6mo, 1856-9, pp. XIV, 426; XII, 452; XVI, 454; X,454; \II,424. A reprint of No. 332.

      1856 Bibliotkcca Books About George Washington, by NewtonStein: AD-2010. 1 2 1

      IRVING WASHINGTON). 347

      Lebensgeschlchte | Georj^ Washington's. | Von | Washington Irving. I Aus dem EngHschcn | von dcm | Uebersetzer dcr Werke Prescott's. | Erster Band. | Leipzig : \ F. A. Brockhaiis. \ 1856.

      5 vols., :6mo, 1S56-9, pp. XVI, 423; XVI, 484; XVI, 471 ; XIII, 470; XV, 336.

      A German translation of No. 332, omitting the appendix of Vol. I, containing a note on the Washington Portraits.

      NATIONAL HAND-BOOK. 348

      George Washington, the First President of the- United States. [Well's National Hand-Book : New York: 1856. i6nio.]

      Reprinted in "The Century of Independence," Indianapolis, Inii., 1876.

      PETERSON (CHARLES J.). 349

      George Washington. [The Military Heroes of ihc Revolution : By Charles J. Peterson. PJuladdphia : 1856. 8vo.]

      PICKELL (JOHN). 35°

      A New Chapter | in the | Early Life of Washington, ] in con- nection with the I narrative History | of the | Potomac Company. | By I John Pickell. | New York : \ D. Appleton & Co., 346 and 348 Broadway. \ 1856. 8vo, pp. 178.

      122 Bibliotheca Wasliingtoniana. 1856

      PICTORIAL CYCLOPAEDIA. 351

      George Washington. [The Pictorial Cyclopredia of Biography : American Edition. Edited by Francis L. Hawks, D.D., LL.D. New York: 1856. 8vo.]

      ROYAL DICTIONARY-CYCLOPAEDIA. 352

      George Washington, the celebrated GeneraHssimo of the Army of the United States of North America, during the whole of the great War which finally led to their complete severance from the crown of Great Britain, and to the establishment of their Independence. [The Royal Dictionary- Cyclopaedia, compiled under the direction of Thomas Wright, Esq., M.A., F.S.A. Vol. V. London and Nov York : [n. d.] Roy. Svo.]

      SPARKS JARED). 353

      Tlic Life I of I George Washington. | l?y | Jarcd Sparks, LL.D. I Two Volumes in one, abridged by the Author. | New York: \ Miller, Orton & Mulligan, \ 2j Park Raw, opposite As/or House. \ Auburn: \ wj Genesee Street. \ 1856. i2mo. Portrait after Houdon, Baker, 107.

      A re-issue of No. 246.

      UNITED STATES MANUAL. 354

      George Washington. [The United Sbites Manual of Biography and History. By James V. Marshall. Philadelphia: 1856. 8vo.]

      1857 Books About George Washington, by NewtonStein: AD-2010. 123

      A reprint of the sketch in "Allen's Biographical Dictionary," No. 71, omitting the paragraphs referring to the proclamation of neutrality, April 22d, 1793, the treaty with Great Britain, 1796, and the religious character of Washington.

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 355

      The Life of George Washington; .... Embellished with Six Engravings. By M. L. Weems, . . Philadelphia : J. B. Lippincott & Co. 1856. 1 2mo, pp. 244. Portrait.

      1857. ALLEN (WILLIAM). 356

      George Washington, Commander in Chief of the American Army during the War with Great Britain, and First President of the United States. [The American Biographical Dictionary: By William Allen, D.D. Third Edition. Boston & Cleveland, Ohio: M.DCCC.LVII. 8vo.]

      A reprint with some slight additions of the sketch in the First Edition, No. 71.

      ILLUSTRATED BIOGRAPHY. 357

      George Washington, the Founder of American Independence. [Illustrated Biography. By Charles C. Savage. Buffalo: 1857. 8vo.]

      IRVING (WASHINGTON). 358

      Life I of I George Washington. | By | Washington Irving. |

      124 Books About George Washington, by NewtonStein: AD-2010. 1857

      Illustrated Edition. | Vol. I. | Nnv York: \ G. P. Putnam & Co., jjr Broadivay. \ nearly opposite Pearl Street. \ 1857.

      5 vols., Roy. 8vo, 1S57-9, pp. XVI, 504; XII, 518; XIV, 523 ; X, 518; Xll, 456.— Vol. I, Engraved Title, Portrait after C. W. Peale, Baker 8, l8 Dates, 3 Maps, + Vol. II, Engraved Title, Portrait after C. W. Peale, Baker II, 22 Plates, 3 Maps, + \ol. Ill, Engraved Title, Portrait after Trumbull, 19 Plates, 6 Maps, + Vol. IV, Engraved Title, Portrait after Stuart, Baktr 238, 20 Plates, 2 Maps, + Vol. \', Engraved Title, Portraits after Rembrandt Peale, Pine, Ceracchi, Stuart and WertmuUcr, Baker, 381, 98, 166, 237, 176, 9 Plates.

      A reissue of No. 332, the portraits and plates being lettered impressions of tliosc issued

      in the 410 edition. No. 333.

      IRVING WASHINGTON). 359

      Washington's | Earlier Years. | Being | the l-'irst Volume of the Life of Washington. | By | Washington Irving. | Illustrated | with ( Portraits and original Drawings. | New York: \ G. P. Putnam & Co., J2I Broadway. \ London: Sampson, Low & Co. \ 1S57. Roy. 8vo, pp. XVI, 504. Portrait after C. W. Peale, Baker, 1 1.

      With the exception of a different Portrait of Washington, this is in all other respects a re-issue of Vol. I, of the preceding number.

      KIRKLAND ^CAROLINE M.). 360

      Memoirs | of | Washington. | By | Mr.s. C. M. Kirkland. | With Illustrations. | New York: \ D. Appleton & Co., j.f.6 & j.fS Broad- way. I London: 16 Little Britain. \ 1S57. i2mo, pp. xii, 516. Por- trait after Stuart, Baker, 316; 5 Illustrations, on wood.

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      MARSHALL (JOHN). 361

      The Life | of | Geortjc Washington, | By | John ATarshall, | late Chief Justice of the Supreme Court | of the United States. | New York: I Derby & Jackson, iig Nassau St. \ Cincinnati: H. W. Derby. \ 1857. i2mo, pp. 379. Portrait.

      A re-issue of No. 222, omitting from the title the words, " Written for the use of schools."

      RUSH (RICHARD). 362

      Washington in Domestic Life. | From Original Letters and Manu I scripts. By Richard Rush. | Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co. I 1857. 8vo, pp. 85.

      SCHROEDER (FREDERICK JOHN). 363

      Life and Times | of | Washington : | Containing a | Particular Account I of I National Principles and Events, | and of the Illustrious

      I Men of the Rc\olution. | B\' John P^rederick Schroeder, D.D., | Author of " Maxims of Washington, collected and arranged." | Illus- trated with highly-finished Steel Engravings, | from Original Designs of Historical Scenes, and I'ull-lcngth Portraits. | By Alonzo Chappel.

      I Vol. I. I New York: \ Johnson, Fry, and Company, \ 2"] Bcekman- Street. [1857.]

      2 vols. 4to., double column. Vol. I, Eni;raved Title, 22 Plates, pp. 70S, -|- Vol. II, Engraved Title, Portrait after Stuart, 22 n.ites, pp. 762.

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      SPARKS iJARED). 364

      The Life of George Washington. By Jarcd Sparks. Boston: 1S57.

      A rc-issuo of Wo. 231.

      WEENIS (MASON L.). 365

      The Life of George Washington ; . . . . Embellished witli Six Engravings. By M. L. Weems, . . Pliiladclphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co. 1857. i2mo, I'p. 244. Portrait.

      1858. [ ] 366

      Washington | at | Valley Forge, | together | with the Diiche Correspondence. | " A day, an liour of virtuous liberty, | is worth a whole eternity in bondage." | Published by \ J. M. Butler, 3^2 Clustitut St., I 0/d Number S^, \ Jayne's Granite Build itig, \ Philadelphia. [1858] 121110, pp. 83. Portrait and 4 Plates.

      DICTIONNAIRE CONVERSATION. 367

      Georges Washington, le premier President qu'aicnt en les Etats- Unis de I'Amerique du Nord. [Dictionnairc de la Conversation. Tome Seizieme. Paris: 1858. 8vo.]

      Sketch by J. P. PagSs.

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      ENGLISH CYCLOPEDIA. 368

      George Washington. [The EngHsh Cyclopaedia. Conducted by Charles Knight. Vol. VI. London: 1858. Roy. 8vo.]

      A different sketch from that in the " Gallery of Portraits," No. 198.

      FROST (JOHN). 369

      Pictorial Life of George Washington. ... By John Frost, LL.D. . . Philadelphia: Published by Leary & Gets, No. ij8 North Second Street. 1858. 8vo.

      A re-issue of No. 286.

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 370

      The Life of George Washington; .... Embellished with Six Engravings. By M. L. Weems, . . Philadelphia : J. B. Lippincott & Co. 1858. i2mo, pp. 244. Portrait.

      WINEBERGER (J. A.). 371

      The Tomb of Washington at Mount Vernon, embracing a full and accurate description of Mount Vernon, as well as of the Birth- place, Genealogy, Character, Marriage and last Illness of Washington. Together with Incidents pertaining to the Burial of Washington, re- moval from the old Family Vault, and his being placed in a new Tomb in a marble Sarcophagus. By J. A. Wineberger. Washington. 1858. 8vo, pp. 70. Portrait, on wood.

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      1859. CECIL lE.). 37a

      Life I of I George Washington. | Written for Children. | By | E. Cecil. I Boston: \ Crosby, Nichols, and Company, \ iij Washington Street. \ 1859. i6mo, pp. 258. Extra title and 5 Illustrations, on wood.

      [COOPER (SUSAN FENIMORE .] 373

      Mount Vernon : | A Letter | to the | Children of America. | By the | Author of "Rural Hours," etc., etc. | Neio Yorl- : \ D. Applcton and Company, \ j^6 & 34.8 Broadway. \ M,DCCC,LIX. Sm. 1 2mo, pp. 70. Portrait after C. W. Peale, Baker, S. 1 Plate.

      CUSTIS (GEORGE WASHINGTON PARKE). 374

      Recollections and Private Memoirs of Gen. Washington. By his adopted son, George Washington Parke Custis, of Arlington. Compiled from Files of the National Intelligencer. Printed at Wash- ington, D. C. Washington, D. C: Printed by William //. ^^oorc. 1859. 8vo, pp. 104 (i).

      Tillc from Sabin's Diclionarj'.

      FROST JOHNk 375

      Pictorial Life of George Washington. . . . Vi\ J0I111 I'rost,

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      LL.D. . . Philadelphia : Lcary & Get:;, No. 234 North Second Street. 1859. 8vo.

      A re-issue of No. 2S6. Also re-issued by Leary Celz

      HEADLEY (JOEL TYLER). 376

      The I Illustrated | Life of Washington. | Giving an Account of his Early Days, his noble, patriotic and | brilliant public Career ; his magnanimity and self- | denial, his retirement to his estates at Mount I Vernon ; and finally, his universally | lamented Death. | With I vivid pen paintings of Battles and Incidents | of the Revolu- tion. I Embracing ] much new and valuable information ] derived from the researches of Mr. Lossing and papers of Rufus Putnam. | By J. T. Headley, | Author of " Washington and his Generals," " Napoleon and his | Marshals," " The Sacred Mountains," etc. | Illustrated with upwards of 40 Steel and Wood Engravings, | many of which are beautifully colored, representing | battle scenes, interviews, portraits, etc. I Sold only by subscription. | New York : \ Published by G. & F. Bill. I 1859. 8vo, pp. 505. Portrait, Baker, 185. 5 Plates, 32 Illustrations, on wood.

      A re-issue of No. 344, with twenty-eight additional pages made up as follows : The Farewell Address, the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States, ami the Amendments.

      [JUDSON (L. CARROLL).] 377

      Kurzc Lebensgeschichtc von Georg Waschington. [Lebens-

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      beschreibungen sammtlicher Unterzeichner der Unabhangigkeits- Erklarung, und Georg VVaschington. Sumnytown, Pa.: 1859. i2mo.]

      Lives of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, and of Washington ; the latter is a translation of the sketch by L. Carroll Judson, No. 228.

      LOSSING (BENSON JOHN). 378

      Mount Vernon | and | its Associations. | Historical, Bio- graphical, and Pictorial. | By Benson J. Lossing. | Illustrated by numerous Engravings, | chiefly from original Drawings by the Author, engraved by Lossing & Barritt. | Nruj York: \ IF. A. Towtiscnd 6- Company. \ .f.6 Wall-cr Street. \ 1859.

      Sq. 8vo, pp. 376. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 244, and i Plate ; numerous Illustrations, on wood.

      MARSHALL (JOHN). 379

      The Life | of | George Washington, | By | John Marshall, | late Chief Justice of the Supreme Court | of tlic United States. | Nrw York: 1 Derby & Jackson, iig Nassau St. \ 1859. i2mo.

      A re-issue of No. 361.

      TUCKERMAN (HENRY THEODORE). 380

      The Character | and | Portraits | of | Washington, | Hy |

      1860 Books About George Washington, by NewtonStein: AD-2010. 131

      Henry T. Tuckerman. | New York: \ G. P. Piitnam, ii§ Nassau Street. \ 1859. 4to, pp. 104. Portraits, Baker, 8, 11, 98, 166, loi, 381, 144, 238, 237, 176. 2 Plates.

      Only 156 copies printed. The essay on the Character of Washington originally appeared in the North American Review, July, 1856; it was afterwards published in " Essays, Biographical and Critical," Boston : 1857.

      UNIVERSAL BIOGRAPHY. 381

      George Washington, President of the United States. [The Biographical Treasury ; a Dictionary of Universal Biography. By Samuel Maunder. Eleventh Edition. London: 1859. Sm. i2mo.]

      i860. BANCROFT (AARON). 382

      The Life of George Washington, Commander in Chief. . By Aaron Bancroft, D.D. . Two Volumes in one. Boston: Crosby, NkJtols, Lee & Company, i860. i2mo. Portrait and 3 Illustrations, on wood.

      A re-issue of No. 162.

      CUSTIS (GEORGE WASHINGTON PARKE). 383

      Recollections | and | Private Memoirs | of | Washington, | By his adopted son | George Washington Parke Custis, | with | a

      132 Books About George Washington, by NewtonStein: AD-2010. 1860

      Memoir of the Author, | by his daughter; | and | Illustrative and Explanatory Notes. | By | Benson J. Lossing. | " First in War, First in Peace, and First in the Hearts of His Countrj'men." | Gen. Henry Lee's Oration. | With Illustrations. | New York: \ Published by Derby & Jackson. \ 1 860. Svo, pp. 644. Portrait after C. W. Peale, Baker, 4.

      ETOURNEAU (M.). 384

      Lc I General Washington | et Madame | La Gencrale Wash- ington I Biographies | Par | M. Etourneau | Ornees de Portraits historiques graves sur acier | Paris \ Bestel et Cie \ 7, Rue de la Bourse, 7 | Gr assart \ j. Rue de la Paix, et Rue St.-Amaud, 4 | i860. l6mo, pp. V, 96. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 292.

      ENCYCLOP.(EDIA BRITANNICA. 385

      George Washington. [The Encyclopredia Britannica, or Dic- tionary of Arts, Sciences, and general Literature. Eighth Edition. Vol. XXI. Edinburgh: MDCCCLX. 4to.]

      Written by Edward Everett.

      EVERETT (EDWARD). 386

      The Life | of | George Washington. | By | Edward Everett. | New York: \ Sheldon and Company. \ Boston: Gould and Lincoln. \ i860. i2mo, pp. 34S. Portrait after Ccracchi, Baker, 166.

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      With the exception of one or two slight omissions not of sufficient importance to note, this is a reprint of the preceding Life in the " Encyclopxdia Brilannica," for which publica- tion it was written. One hundred copies were printed on large paper.

      HEADLEY (JOEL TYLER). 387

      The I Illustrated | Life of Washington. | Giving | an account of his early Adventures and Enterprises, his | Magnanimity and Patriot- ism, his revolutionary Career, | his Presidential Life, and his final Decease. | With | vivid pen-paintings of Battles and Incidents, | Trials and Triumphs of the Heroes and | Soldiers of revolutionary Times. ] By Hon. J. T. Headley, | Author of "Washington and his Generals," " Napoleon and his | Marshals," " Sacred Moun- tains," etc. I Together with an interesting account of | Mount Vernon as it is. I By Benson J. Lossing. | The whole embellished with numerous | Steel and Wood Engravings, and a splendid colored Lithographic | View of Mount Vernon and Washington's Tomb. | Sold only by subscription. | New York : \ Publislicd by G. & F. Bill, \ i860. 8vo, pp. 528. Portrait, Baker, 185. 5 Plates, 32 Illustrations, on wood.

      A re-issue of No. 376, the additional pages (23) being made up by " Mount Vernon as it is," and Washington's Last Will and Testament.

      LIVES OF THE HEROES. 388

      George Washington. [Lives of the Heroes of the American Revolution : Philadelphia : G. G. Evans, Publisher, No. 4jg Chestnut Street. 1 860. 1 2mo.]

      134 Bibliotheca WasMngtoniana. I860

      Published originally by Phillips & Sampson, Boston: 1848 + 1S49 + 1855 + 1859. See No. 499 infra.

      LOSSING BENSON JOHN). 389

      Life I of I Washington; ] A Biography | Personal, Military, and Political. I By Benson J. Lossing. | In Three Volumes. | Vol. I. | New York : \ Virtue mid Company, \ 26 Jolm-Street. [i860.]

      3 vols., 8vo.— Vol. I, Engraved Title, Portrait after C. W. Peale, Baker 30, 26 Plates, pp. 768, + Vol. II, Engraved Title, Portrait after Trumbull, Baker 155, 32 Plates, pp. 4, 740, + Vol. Ill, Engraved Title, Portrait after Stuart, Baker 207, 26 Plates, pp. 652.

      This Life of Washington was projected by Rufus \V. Griswold, who, after entering upon the labor of preparing it for the press, fell seriously ill. At that time Dr. Griswold had written about two hundred pages of the work, and the publishers had commenced issuing it in monthly parts, four of which had appeared when he was compelled to lay aside his pen. Mr. Lossing then, at the request of the publishers, undertook the completion of the biography, and had barely entered upon the duties when Dr. Griswold died.

      NORTON (JOHN N.). 39°

      Life of General Washington. By John N. Norton, . . . Nezu

      York: Pudncy & Russill. i860. i2mo, pp. 400. Portrait and 4 Plates.

      Title from Sabin's Dictionary.

      NORTON JOHN N.). 39i

      Life I of I General Washington | By | John N. Norton, A.M. |

      1860 Bibliotheca Washingto7iia7ia. 135

      Rector of Ascension Church, Frankfort, Kentucky; Author | of " Rockford Parish," " Short Sermons," " Life of | Bishop White," etc. | " Let his country consecrate the memory of the heroic general, the patriot I statesman and the virtuous sage. Let them teach their chil- dren never to for | get that the fruits of his labors and his example are their inheritance." | Letter of U. S. Senate to President Adams, in 1 799. I New York : \ General Protestant S. School Union, | aiid Church Book Society, \ 762 Broadway. | i860. Sm. i2mo, pp. 400. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 190. 3 Illustrations, on wood.

      SMUCKER (SAMUEL M.). 392

      The I Life and Times | of | George Washington, j By | Samuel M. Smucker, LL.D., | Author of "Public and Private History of Napoleon III," "Life and Times | of Alexander Hamilton," "Life and Times of Thomas Jefferson," | " History of the Four Georges," etc. I Philadelphia: \ G. G. Evans, ^^g Chestnut Street. \ i860. i2mo, pp. 432. Portrait after Stuart.

      Re-issued, Philadelphia: J. W. Bradley [n. d.], + \_Ibiii.'\ John E. Potter and Company [n. d.].

      SPARKS (JARED). 393

      The Life of George Washington. By Jared Sparks. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, i860. 8vo.

      A reissue of No. 231.

      1 3''' Books About George Washington, by NewtonStein: AD-2010. 1861

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 394

      The Life of George VV'ashington ; . . . . Embellished with Six Engravings. By M. L. Weems, . . Philadelpliia : J. B. Lippincott & Co. i860. i2mo, pp. 244. Portrait.

      1861.

      [ ] 395

      A Nation's Manhood ; [ or, Stories of | Washington | and the | American War of Independence. | By the Author of | "Sunlight through the Mist," "The Martyr | Land," "Triumphs of Steam," | etc., etc. I With Illustrations. | Loudon: \Jo/iii F. Sliazv & Co., \ ^8 Paternoster Row, and 2j Southampton Row. | 1S61. i6mo, pp. \iii, 358. 4 Illustrations, on wood.

      CUSTIS (GEORGE WASHINGTON PARKE). 396

      Recollections | and | Private Memoirs | of | Washington. | By his adopted son | George Washington Parke Custis | . . Philadelphia : J. W. Bradley, 48 N. Fourth Street. 1861. 8vo. Portrait, .ffrt/rr, 4.

      A reissue of No. 383.

      VENEDEY (J.). 397

      Georg Washington. | Ein | Lebensbild | Von J. Venedey. | Frei- burg im Breisgau. \ Friedrich Wagner' sehe Buehhandlung. \ i86i. i6mo, pp. 223.

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      1862.

      BIOGRAPHIE UNIVERSELLE. 398

      George Washington. [Biographic Universcllc (Michaud), An- ciennc et Moderne. Nouvelle Edition. Tome Quarantc-Quatrieme. Paris et Leipzig, [n. d.] Roy. 8vo.]

      A reprint of the sketch in tlie " Biographic Universelle," No. 165, with the addition of a quotation from the " Essay on Washington," by M. Guizot, referring to his soundness of judg- ment, and disinterestedness of action. The prominent biographies are also mentioned.

      DUYCKINCK (EVERT AUGUSTUS). 399

      George Washington. [National Portrait Gallery of Eminent Americans, with Biographical and Historical Narratives. By Evert A. Duyckinck. Vol. I. New York: [1862.] 4to.]

      1863.

      DRAGOUMES (NICHOLAS). 400

      ('E;i:^o(Ti5 TptT>7.) Btog* i\ Oi'affi^xTcjvog' 7tovy;fj.a rfiixuTa- tov, neta^oaadEP . . . ex rov ' A^epixavixov npuroTDTlov %ap£v Tov 2;t°Xf£a)v xai ruv oixoyevsiuv vtio N. Apayovfiy;, etc. 'Er 'A0)7mi5, 1863. 8°.

      " (Third Edition.) Life of G. Washington, moral sketch, translated from the American prototype, together with the notes, and the illustrations, by N. Dragoumes, etc. In Athens : 1863." A Third edition of No. 343. Title from the British Musemn Catalogue of Printed Books.

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      GUIZOT (FRANCOIS-PIERRE-GUILLAUME). 401

      F-ssay | on tlie | Cliaractcr and Influence | of | Washin^on | in the I Revolution of the United States of America. | By M. Guizot. | Translated from the French. | Second Edition. | New York: \ Pub- lished by James Miller \ [Successor to C. S. Frauds & Co.), \ 522 Broadway. \ 1S63. i6mo, pp. 160. Portrait after Houdon, .Sa^tr, 107.

      A re-issue of No. 303.

      1864.

      BROOKS iNATHAN COVINGTON). 402

      Georgius Washington. [Vita; Virorum Illustrium Americas, a Columbo ad Jacksonium : Auctore N. C. Brooks, LL.D. Novi Eboraci: MDCCCLXIV. i6mo. Portrait after Stuart, on wood.]

      [HEADY (MORRISON).] 403

      The 1 Farmer Boy, | and | how he became Commander-in- Chief I By Uncle Juvinell. | Edited by | William M.Thayer, | Author of "The Pioneer Boy," etc. | Bostou: \ Walker, Wise, and Company, \ 2.f.^ Washington Street. \ 1864. 24mo, pp. 321. 4 Illustrations, on wood.

      PIERER'S UNIVERSAL LEXIKON. 404

      Georg Washington. [Piercr's Universal Le.xikon. Achtzehnter Band. Altenburg: 1864. Svo.]

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      1865.

      ABBOTT (JACOB). 405

      American ] History | By | Jacob Abbott. | Illustrated | with numerous Maps and Engravings. | Vol. VIII. | Washington. | New York: I Sluldon & Company. \ Boston: Gould & Lincobi. \ [1865.] Sm. i2mo, pp. 288. Portrait and 5 Illustrations, on wood. I Map.

      [ ] 406

      The I Life of Washington, | and | History of the | American Revolution. | Together with | Washington's Farewell Address | Declaration of Independence. | Constitution of the United States. | Philadelphia : \ Published by John B. Perry, Agt. \ Sold by John Tren- with, loj S. Third St.: \ A. Wineh, 505 Chestnut St. \ 1865. i6mo, pp. 108. 9 Illustrations, on wood.

      Apparently a re-issue of No. 154.

      [ ] 407

      The Life | of | George Washington. | Illustrated by | Tales, Sketches and Anecdotes. | Adapted to the use of Schools. | With Engravings. | Philadelphia: \ Charles Desilver, \ i22g Chestnut Street. \ 1865. Sm. i2mo, pp. 174. Portrait after Stuart, and 14 Illustrations, on wood.

      A re-issue of No. 175, known as " Parley's Washington."

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      [ ] 408

      Tlie Life I of I George Washington. | Written for the American Sunday-School Union, and | Revised by the Committee of Publica- tion. I PliUadelphia : \ American Sunday-School Union, \ 11 22 Chestnut Street, [n. d.] i2mo, pp. 287. 4 Illustrations, on wood.

      A reissue of No. 252.

      [BELL (JOHN).] 409

      A Sketch of Mr. Washington's Life and Character. [Appended to a Poetical Epistle to His Excellency, George Washington, E^q. Privately Reprinted. New York: 1865. Sq. 8vo.]

      A reprint of No. 3. " Edition 75 copies."

      LOSSING BENSON JOHN). 410

      The Home of Washington and its Associations. New Edition. By Benson J. Lossing. New York: IV. A. Toivnscnd. 1S65. Sq. Svo, pp. 376. Portrait, and i Plate ; many Illustrations, on wood.

      A re-issue of No. 378, also re-issued New York : W. A. Tawnsend. tS66.

      MORSE (JEDIDIAH). 411

      Biographical Sketch of General George Washington, By Jedidiah Morse, D.D., Pcistor of the Church in Charlcstown. [The Washing-

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      toniana. Privately Reprinted. New York: E. Dexter & Son, j6^ Broadway. 1865. 8vo. Portrait after Savage, ^^/(vr, 131.]

      A reprint of No. 28.

      VON HORN (W. O.). 412

      Der Lebensgang | George Washingtons, | des | Begriinders der Freiheit der Vereinigten Staaten | Nordamerika's. | Der Jugend und dem Volke erzahlt | von | W. O. Von Horn | (W. Oertel) | Mit vier Abbildungen. | Wiesbaden, \ Julius Niedner, Verlagshandlung. [n. d.] i6mo, pp. 136. Portrait, and 3 Plates.

      1866.

      BIOGRAPHIE GENERALE, 413

      Georges Washington, un des Principaux Fondateurs de I'lnde- pendance des Etats-Unis d'Amerique et leur Premier President. [Nouvelle Biographie Generale. Tome Quarante-Sixieme. Paris. 1866.]

      Sketch by L4o Joubert.

      CHESTER (JOSEPH LEMUEL). 414

      A I Preliminary Investigation ] of the | alleged Ancestry | of | George Washington; | First President of the United States of

      142 Bibliotheca Washingtemiana. 1867

      America : | Exposing a | serious error in the existing Pedigree. | By I Joseph Lemuel Chester, | . . . . Boston: \ H. W. Dutton & Son, Printers, g2 Washington Street. \ 1866. 8vo, pp. 23.

      HAYDEN (SIDNEY). 415

      Washington | and His | Masonic Compeers. | By | Sidney Hay- den, I Pa.st Master of Rural Amitj' Lodge No. 70, Pennsylvania. | Illustrated with a copy of a Masonic Portrait of Washington, | Painted from Life, never before published, | with numerous other En- gravings. I "The mcmoiy of a brother is precious; | I will write it here." | New York: \ Masonic Publishing and Manufacturing Co. \ ^j2 Broome Street. \ 1866. i2mo, pp. 407. Masonic Portrait, 5a^rr, 168.

      SPARKS (JARED). 416

      The Life of George Washington. By Jarcd Sparks. Seventeenth Edition. Boston: Little, Brown and Company. 1S66. 8vo.

      A re-issue of No. 231.

      1867. ABBOTT (JOHN STEVENS CABOT). 417

      George Washington. [Lives of the Presidents of the United States of America. V>y John .S. C. Abbott. Boston : 1867. 8vo.]

      Re-issued, Boston: 1868 + 1S76.

      1867 Bibliotheca Washmgtoniana. 143

      CANTU XESARE). 418

      Vite parallele di Mirabeau e Washington, per C. Cantu. [Col- lana di Storie e Memorie Contemporanee, diretta da C. C. Tom. 32 Milano: 1867. 8vo.]

      Title from the British Museum Catalogue of Printed Books.

      CECIL (E.). 419

      Life I of I George Washington. | Written for Children. | By | E. Cecil. I New York: \ P. O'Shea, Publisher, \ 27 Barclay Street. \ 1867. i6mo, pp. 258. Extra title and 5 Illustrations, on wood.

      A re-issue of No. 372.

      CUSTIS (GEORGE WASHINGTON PARKE). 420

      Recollections | and | Private Memoirs | of | Washington. | By his adopted son | George Washington Parke Custis | . . . National Publishing Company : \ Philadelphia, Penna. ; | Richmond, Va. ; Atlanta, Ga. ; New Orleans, La. ; \ Cincinnati, 0. ; Chicago, Ills. ; \ St. Loins, Mo. I 1867.

      A re-issue of No. 383.

      GENERAL BIOGRAPHY. 421

      George Washington, Founder and First President of the United States of America. [A Dictionary of General Biography : Edited by William L. R. Gates. London: 1867. 8vo.]

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      1868.

      CHAMBERS ENCYCLOPiEDIA. 422

      George Washington, Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Forces in the War of the American Revolution, and First President of the United States. [Chambers Encyclopaedia. Vol. X. London and Edinburgh. 1 868.]

      COTTAGE CYCLOPEDIA. 423

      George Washington. [The Cottage Cyclopedia. By Ed. M. Pierce. Syracuse, N. Y.: 1868. 8vo.]

      DEUTSCHE ENCYKLOPADIE. 424

      George Washington, dcr erste Prasidcnt der Vereinigten Staatcn von Amerika. [Allgemeine Deutsche Real-Encyklopadie. Funf- zchntcr Band. Leipzig : 1868.]

      A reprint of the sketch in the " Deutsche Encyklopldie," No. 329.

      [FROST (JOHN).] 425

      An I Illustrated History | of | Washington and his Times : | Em- bracing a I Ilistor)- of tlic Seven-Years' War, the Rcvoliitionnr\- War, I the Formation of tlic Federal Constitution, and | the Administration of Washington. | And | exhibiting the daring exploits and Heroic endurance of the | noble Patriots who won our Liberties

      1868 Bibliotlieca Waskmgtoniana. 145

      and I established our Independence. | With an Appendix, | con- tainin

      A re-issue of No. 286, with a new Preface, and a new opening paragraph. The addi- tional matter, mentioned in the title, viz. : " Maxims of Washington, the Declaration of In- dependence," etc., etc., is added to the appendix, which originally only contained the Fare- well Address.

      HYDE (ANNA M.). 426

      The American Boy's Life of Washington. By Mrs. Anna M. Hyde. . . . New York: James Miller. 1868. i6mo, pp. 255. Por- trait and Illustrations.

      [■WELD (H. HASTINGSj.] 427

      The Young American's Library. | Life | of | George Wash- ington : I Embracing | Anecdotes | illustrative of his Character. | With Illustrations. | Boston: \ Lee and Sliepard. \ 1868. i6mo, pp. 222. 8 Illustrations, on wood.

      A re-issuc of No. 275. The illustrations are copies of the lithographs in that edition. Also reissued, ^Di/tf« ■ 1869. 10

      146 Bibliothcca Washingtotiiana. 1870

      1869. KIRKLAND (CAROLINE M.). 4=8

      Memoirs ] of ] Washington. | V,y \ Mrs. C. M. Kirkland. | Nro) York : \ D. Applcton & Company, go, g2 & ^4 Grand St. \ London : 16 Little Britain. | 1869, i2mo. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 316.

      A re-issue of No. 360, without the Ilhistrations.

      1870.

      DEUTSCHES WORTERBUCH. 429

      George Washington. [Deutsches Staats-Worterbuch. Elftcr Band. Stuttgart und Leipzig : 1 870.]

      Sketch by E. Reimann.

      IRVING WASHINGTON). 43°

      History of the American Revolution | Life of Washington | Condensed from the larger work of | Washington Irving | with Illus- trations I Netv )'orl' \ G. P. Putnam's Sons \ 27 & 2g West 2jd Street. [1870.] i2nio, pj). vi, 714. Portrait after Rembrandt Peale, Baker, 381.

      This abridgment was also issued in 4to, double column, in/rn No. 469.

      JANISCH (JOSEPH). 43i

      Washington. | Historisch-Epische Dichlung | in | Vier Ge-

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      saengen. | Nebst Geschichtlichen Erlaeuterungen. | Von | Joseph Janisch. | So lange Civilisation unci Humanitat cin Reich oder eine | Stiittc auf Erden haben, so lange die Idccn Frciheit | und Vaterland einen Werth behalten und geschicht | liche Erinnerungen unter den Menschen leben war | den : so lange wird Washington's Name glanz | voll ini Tempel des Ruhmes stehen. Carl v. Rotteck. | Mit Washington's Bildniss. | Leipzig. \ Pest. \ Philadelphia. \ 1870. 4to, pp. 176. Portrait, on stone.

      A biographical sketch in verse, in four cantos, with historical notes. The quotation from Rotteck may be thus translated : " So long as Civilization and Humanity have a King- dom or a State upon Earth, so long as the Ideas of Freedom and Fatherland have a Value, and historical Recollections live among Men : so long will the Name of Washington shine in undimned splendor in the Temple of Fame."

      LOSSING (BENSON JOHN). 432

      The Home of Washington ; or Mount Vernon and its Associa- tions. By Benson J. Lossing. New York: Virtue and Yorston, 12 Dcy Street. 1870. Sq. 8vo, pp. 446. Portrait, and i Plate ; many Illustrations, on wood.

      A re-issue of No. 37S, with additional matter, including a catalogue of the library at Mount Vernon, an inventory of the personal effects, and the Will of Mrs. Washington.

      PARKER (THEODORE). 433

      Washington. [Historic Americans. By Theodore Parker. Boston: 1870. i6mo.]

      Re-issued, Boston : Horace B. Fuller, 1878.

      148 Books About George Washington, by NewtonStein: AD-2010. 1871

      1871. FARGUES (H.). 434

      Societe de Publications pour I'Enfance | ct la Jcuncssc. | George Washington. | Le Fondateur de la Republique des Etats-Unis | sa Vie, I son Caractere, | Par | H. Fargues. | Depot \ chez MM. Fargites, a Tonneins; \ Botmefon, a Alais. \ 1871. i2mo, pp. 82. Portraits after C. W. Peale and Trumbull, and one Illustration, on stone.

      HISTORICAL CELEBRITIES. 435

      Washington and His Cotemporaries. [Historical and Literary Celebrities. WiUiam and Robert Chambers, London and Edinburgh. 1 87 1. i2mo.]

      KONVERSATIONS-LEXIKON. 436

      George Washington, der Begriinder der Unabhangigkeit der Vereinigten Staaten Nordamerika's. [Ncues Konversations-Lexikon. Funfzchnter Band. Ilildbnrghamcn. 1871. Svo.]

      THOMAS (JOSEPH). 437

      George Washington, an Illustrious American General, Statesman and Patriot, the I-'irst President of the United States. [Universal Pronouncing Dictionary of Biography and Mythology. By J. Thomas, A.M., M.U. Vol.11. Philadelphia. ■ 1^71. Roy. Svo.]

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      1872. PARSONS (REUBEN). 438

      George Washington, Commander-in-Chief of the American Army during the Revolution, and First President of the United States. [A Biographical Dictionary for the use of Colleges, Schools, etc. By Rev. Reuben Parsons, D.D. New York : \%y2. i2mo.]

      SCHNEEBELI (J.). 439

      Washington. | Sein Lebensbild nach Washington Irving | von | J. Schneebeli, | Lehrer in Zurich. | Herausgegeben von der Ziir- cherischen Schulsynode. | Mit einem Portrait Washingtons und einer Lithographirten Karte. | Zurich 1872. l2mo, pp. vi, 128. Portrait, on wood.

      1874.

      CONVERSATIONS-LEXICON. 44°

      George Washington, Oberbefehlshaber der Armee der Ver. Staaten im Unabhangigkeitskriege und erster President der Union. [Deutsch-Amerikanisches Conversations-Lexicon. Elfter Band. New York, 1874. 8vo.]

      COOPER (THOMPSON). 44i

      George Washington. [A new Biographical Dictionary: By Thompson Cooper, F.S.A. Nt-w York : xZta- i6mo.]

      150 Books About George Washington, by NewtonStein: AD-2010. 1875

      PHELPS E. BROCKENBROUGH). 442

      Memoir of Washington ; | written | for Boys and Girls, | and | dedicated to the Pupils past and present, | of | Mrs. E. B. Phelps. | Cincinnati: \ Robert Clarke &■ Co. \ 1874. l2mo, pp. 215.

      WILSON (JAMES GRANT). 443

      General Washington. [Sketches of Illustrious Soldiers. By James Grant Wilson. New York: 1874. 121110. Portrait after Houdon.]

      1875- ABBOTT (JOHN STEVENS CABOT). 444

      American Pioneers and Patriots. | George Washington ; | or, | Life in America One Hundred Years ago. | By | John S. C. Abbott. | Illustrated. | New York : \ Dodd, Mead & Company, \ 75/ Broadway. [1S75.] 121110, i)p. 360. 6 Illustrations, on wood.

      BANCROFT (AARON). 445

      The Life of George Washington, Commander in Chief. . By Aaron Bancroft, D.D. Two Volumes in one. Philadelphia: Porter & Coates,S 22 Chestnut Street. [1875.] i2mo.

      A re-issuc of No. 162.

      1876 Bibliotheca Washmgtoniana. 151

      1876.

      AMERICAN CYCLOPAEDIA. 446

      George Washington, the First President of the United States. [The American Cyclopaedia : Vol. XVI. Neiu York: 1876. 8vo.]

      Sketch by Edward Everett.

      [ ] 447

      The I Boyhood and Manhood | of | George Washington | and | Benjamin Franklin. | Centennial Edition. | New York: \ The World Publishing House, \ ijp Eighth Street \ 1876. Sm. i2mo, pp. 255 ; VIII, 288. Portrait and 5 Illustrations, on wood.

      These sketches have separate titles, and are independent of each other, not interwoven as would be inferred from the title. The Washington sketch occupies pp. 21-255.

      GUERNSEY (LUCY E. and CLARA F.). 448

      Washington and Seventy-six. | By | Lucy E. and Clara F. Guernsey. | • • | Philadelphia: \ American Sunday-School Union, \ No. 1 1 22 Chestnut Street. \ Neza York : 8 and lo Bible House, Astor Place. I [1876.] i6mo, pp. 360. 13 Illustrations, on wood.

      KLEE (G.). 449

      Geschichtsbildcr ] fur | Jugend und Volk. | George Wash- ington I und I Benjamin Franklin, | die Begriinder der " Vereinigten

      152 Books About George Washington, by NewtonStein: AD-2010. 1876

      Staatcn," | Von | G. Klcc. | Leipzig. \ [1876.] 1 61110, pp. 96. Portrait after Stuart, on wood.

      LANMAN cCHARLES). 45°

      George Washington. [Annals of the Civil Government of the United States, during its First Century. By Charles Lanman. Wash- iugtou. 1876. 8vo.]

      [MORSE (JEDIDIAH).] 45^

      The Life of Gen. Washington. Commander in Chief of the American Army. [Recollections of the days of 'y6. Published by Gordo7i & Hcintzclman, Neiv York. 1876. 24mo, pp. 60. Portrait]

      A reprint of No. 13, witli additional matter pertaining to Washington.

      OWEN (F. M.). 452

      Soldier and Patriot. | The Story of | George Washington. | By I F. M. Owen. | "The man first in war, fir.st in peace, and first in the hearts of | his fellow citizens." From the speech of John Marshall, in | the House of Representatives, Dec. 19, 1799. | Cassell, Pctter, &■ Galpin, \ London, Paris, and Nc^v York. [n. tl.] i6mo, pp. 255. Portrait after C. W. Pealc, on wood. Map and 3 Illustra- tions.

      SCHMIDT (FERDINAND). 453

      Georg Washington. | Ein Lebensbild fur Jung und Alt | Von |

      1878 Bibliotheca Washmgtoriiana. 153

      Ferdinand Schmidt. | Mit Holzschnitten von G. Rhode. | Berlin. \ Vcr- lag von Hugo Kastncr. [n. d.] Sq. i6mo, pp. 149. 3 Illustrations, on wood.

      ZELL'S ENCYCLOPEDIA. 454

      George Washington, the leader of the American Revolution, and First President of the United States. [Zell's Popular Encyclopedia. Vol.11. Philadelphia: 1876. 4to.]

      1877.

      UNIVERSAL CYCLOPAEDIA. 455

      George Washington, First President of the United States. [John- son's New Universal Cyclopaedia. Vol. IV. Nezu York. 1877. Roy. 8vo.]

      Sketch by Alexander H. Stephens.

      1878.

      DE WITT (CORNELIS). 45^

      Histoire | de | Washington | ct dc la Fondation | dc la Republique des Etats-Unis | Par | Cornclis Dc Witt | . . . Nouvellc Edition rcviic. | Paris \ Librairie Academique \ Didier ct C""', Libraires- Editeurs | jj, Quai des Augicstins, jj \ 1878. 8vo, pp. iii-civ, 469. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 229. i Map.

      154 Bibliotheca Wasliingtoniana. 1878

      A re-issue of No. 328, omitting from the appendix the plan of Union lietwecn the Colo- nies, adopted July, 1754, the Articles of Confederation of May 20lh, 1775, and the Declara- tion of Independence.

      DIZIONARIO UNIVERSALE. 457

      Giorgio Washington. [Dizionario Universale di Gcografia, Storia e Biografia Compilato da Gustavo Strafforeiia ed Eniilio Treves. Tomo II. Milmio. 1878. Roy. 8vo.]

      GODWIN (PARKE). 458

      George Washington, the Illustrious Founder of American Inde- pendence. [The Cyclopaedia of Biography. By Parke Godwin. New York: 187S. i2mo.]

      A re-issue of the " Iland-Iiook of Universal Biography," No. 307, with a supplement.

      GUIZOT (FRANCOIS-PIERRE-GUILLAUME). 459

      Etude Historique sur Washington. I'ar I\I. Guizot. [Prefixed to " Histoirc de Washington, etc.. Par Cornclis do Witt. Nouvolle Edition revue." Paris. 1878. Svo. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 229.]

      A re-issue of No. 331, pp. I-CIV. See also No. 456.

      IMPERIAL DICTIONARY. 460

      George Washington, First President of the United States of America, and Commander-in-Chief of their .Vrmies during the War of

      1880 Bibliotkeca Washingtoriiana. 155

      Independence. [The Imperial Dictionary of Universal Biography. Vol. III. William Mackenzie. Lo7idon^

      Sketch by Francis Espinasse.

      1879.

      FISKE (JOHN). 461

      George Washington, First President of the United States. [The Presidents of America, with Biographical Sketches by John Fiske, A.M., LL.B. Boston and New York: 1879. 4to. Portrait after Stuart, Baker, 333.]

      WELLES (ALBERT). 462

      The I Pedigree and History | of the | Washington Family : | Derived from | Odin, the Founder of Scandinavia, B. C. 70, | involv- ing a Period of | Eighteen Centuries, and including | Fifty-five Genera- tions, I down to I General George Washington, | First President of the United States. | By | Albert Welles, | President of the American Col- lege for Genealogical Registry and Heraldiy. | New York: \ Society Library. \ 1879. 8vo, pp. 12, xxxvii, i leaf, 370. Portrait, 8 Plates, and Illustrations.

      1880. ADAMS (W. H. DAVENPORT). 463

      George Washington. [Washington and other Great Military Commanders. . . By W. H. Davenport Adams. London and New York. [n. d.] i6mo. 2 Illustrations, on wood.]

      156 Books About George Washington, by NewtonStein: AD-2010. 1882

      BANCROFT (AARON). 464

      The Life | of | George Washington, | Commander-in-Chief of | the American Army through the | Revolutionary War, | and the | First President of the United States. | By | Aaron Bancroft, D.D. | Philadelphia: \ Porter & Coatcs. \ [18S0.] i6mo, pp.489. Portrait after Trumbull ; 5 Illustrations, on wood.

      A reprint of No. 59, omitting the appendix.

      GLAZIER (WILLARD). 465

      George Washington. [Heroes of Three Wars. By Captain Willard Glazier. Philadelphia: 1880. i6mo.]

      1881.

      BIBLIOTECA UNIVERSAL. 466

      Jorge Washington. Celebre estadista y general Norte-Ameri- cano. Fundador de la Rcpublica de los Estados-Unidos. [Biblioteca Universal lUustrada Diccionario Universal Bajo el Plan de D. Nicolas Serrano. Tomo XIII. Madrid: 1881. 4to.]

      1882.

      HENLEY (LEONARD). 467

      Life of Washington: | By | Leonard Henley. | AVic York: | John W. Loi'ell Company, \ i^ & 16 Vescy Street. [1882.] i2mo, pp. 207.

      1884 Books About George Washington, by NewtonStein: AD-2010. 157

      WEEMS (MASON L.). 468

      The Life of George Washington; .... Embellished with Six Engravings. By M. L. Weems, . . Philadelphia: J. B. IJppincott & Co. 1882. l2mo, pp. 244. Portrait.

      1883.

      IRVING (WASHINGTON). 469

      The I Life of Washington | and the History of | the American Revolution | By ( Washington Irving | with Illustrations | New York I G. P. Putnam's Sons \ 2"/ & 2g West 2jd Street \ 1883. 4to, pp. (i), 226, double column. (Copyright 1870.) Portraits after C. W. Peale and Rembrandt Peale, Baker, 8,' 381; 2 Plates, and numerous Illustrations, on wood.

      A reprint of No. 430.

      THOMAS (EDWARD A.). 470

      George Washington, First President of the United States of America. [Comprehensive Dictionary of Biography. By Edward A. Thomas. Philadelphia : 1883. 12010.]

      1884. DE WITT (CORNELIS). 471

      Histoire | de | Washington, | et de la Fondation | do la Re-

      158 Books About George Washington, by NewtonStein: AD-2010. 1884

      publiquc des Etats-Unis | Par | Cornells Dc Witt 1 . . . Neuvieme Edition | Paris \ Librairic Acadcmiqiic Didier | Emile Perrin, Libraire- Editcur \ 75, Quai dcs Augiistins, jj \ 1884. 8vo, pp. iii-civ, 469. I Map.

      A re-issue of No. 456.

      DRAKE (^SAMUEL ADAMS). 472

      George Washington. [Our Great Benefactors. Edited by Samuel Adams Drake. Boston. 1884. Sq. i2mo.]

      GUIZOT (FRANCOIS-PIERRE-GUILLAUME). 473

      Etude Historique sur Washington. Par M. Guizot. [Prcfi.ved to " Histoire de Washington, etc. Par Cornelis de Witt." Neuvieme Edition. Paris Librairie Ac adaniqtie. 1884. 8vo.]

      A re-issue of No. 331, pp. I-CIV. See also No. 471.

      HABBERTON (JOHN). 474

      Lives of American Worthies. | George Washington | (1732- 1799) I By I John Habberton | Author of "Helen's Babies," etc. ( New York \ Henry Holt and Company. | 18S4. i6nio, pp. 11, 344.

      PETERS (W. A.). 475

      (ieorge Washington. [Lives of our Presidents. By W. A. Peters. New York: 1884. i6mo. Portrait and 5 Illustrations, on wood.]

      1885 Books About George Washington, by NewtonStein: AD-2010. 159

      RAMEY rW. SANFORD). 476

      George Washington. [Kings of the Battle-Ficld : By W. Sanford Ramey. Philadelphia: 1884. i6mo.]

      WEAVER (G. S.). 477

      George Washington. First President of the United States. [The Lives and Graves of Our Presidents. By G. S. Weaver, D.D. Chicago: 1884. 8vo. Portrait after Stuart, on stone.]

      1885. [BALL (N. R.).] 478

      The I Maternal Ancestry | and | nearest of Kin | of | Wash- ington. I A Monograph. | Washington: | 1885. 8vo, pp. 28.

      HUNDRED GREATEST MEN. 479

      Washington. [The Hundred Greatest Men. New York. 1885. 8vo.]

      Edited by Wallace Wood, M.D.

      MACKAY (CHARLES). 480

      Washington. [The Founders of tlic American RepubHc. . By Charles Mackay. Edinburgh and Londo7i. MDCCCLXXXV. i6mo.]

      i6o Books About George Washington, by NewtonStein: AD-2010. 1886

      THAYER (WILLIAM M.). 481

      George Washington: | His Boyhood and Manhood. | By | WiUiam M. Thayer, | Author of | " From Log Cabin to White House," " The Pioneer Boy who became | President," " Tact, Pusli and Principle," etc. | London: \ Hodder and Stoughton, \ 2^, Pater- noster Roiv. I MDCCCLXXXV. i6mo, pp. xx, 422. Portrait after Stuart.

      1886. FABRE QOSEPH). 482

      Washington | Liberateur de L'Amerique | suivi de | Washington et la Revolution Americaine | (Eclaircissements et Documents) | Par I Joseph Fabre | " L'eternite seule revelera au genre | humain " sa dette de reconnaissance | cnvers le grand et immortel nom de | " Washington." | Garfield. | Deuxieme Edition | Paris \ Librairie Ch. Delcgrave \ 15, Rue Soiifflot, ij \ 1886. i6mo, pp. 341.

      FERNAY (JACQUES), 483

      Georges | Washington | Fondateur dc la | Republique des Etats-Unis | Par | Jacques Ferney | Paris, Charavay Fr'eres ct €'•', Editeurs \ ^, Rue de Furstenberg. \ 1886. 8vo, pp. 368. 32 Illustra- tions, on wood.

      SMITH (HELEN AINSLIE), 484

      George Washington. [One llnmirrcl Famous Americans. By Helen Ainsiie Smith. Nav York. [1886.] 8vo.]

      1887 Books About George Washington, by NewtonStein: AD-2010. l6l

      STODDARD (WILLIAM O.)- 485

      The Lives of the Presidents | George Washington | By [ William O. Stoddard | Author of "The Life of Abraham Lincoln," "The Life of Ulysses S. Grant," | "Dab Kinzer," "Esau Hardery," etc., etc. I Nezo York \ White, Stokes & Allen \ 1886. i6mo, pp. viii, 307. 2 Portraits after Stuart, on wood ; 4 Illustrations.

      1887.

      BAKER (WILLIAM SPOHN). 486

      Character | Portraits of Washington | as Delineated by | His- torians, Orators and Divines | Selected | and Arranged in Chrono- logical Order with | Biographical Notes and References ] By | W. S. Baker | Author of the " Engraved Portraits of Washington," | " Medallic Portraits of Washington," etc., etc. | Philadelphia \ Robert AT. Lindsay \ 1S87. Sm. 4to, pp. 351. Frontispiece.

      Edition limited to three hundred and fifty copies.

      CONVERSATIONS-LEXIKON. 487

      George Washington, der Begriinder der Unabhangigkcit der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika und deren enster Prasident. [Brockhaus' Conversations-Lexikon. Sechzehnter Band. Leipzig: 1887. 8vo.]

      IRVING (WASHINGTON) and JOHN FISKE. 488

      Washington and His Country | Being | Irving's Life of Wash-

      1 62 Bibliotluca Washingtoiiiana. 1888

      ington I Abridged for the use of Schools | With Introduction and Continuation, giving a brief outline | of United States History from the Discovery' of | America to the end of the Civil \'ar | ]^y | John Fiske I Bostoji \ Published by Gitin & Company \ 1887. i2mo, pp. 618. 15 Maps.

      TOWNSEND (VIRGINIA F.). 489

      Life of Washington | By | Virginia F. Townsend ] Illustrated | New York \ Worthington Co., 747 Broadway \ 1887. i6mo, pp. 267. Portrait after Stuart; 22 Illustrations, on wood.

      WORTHIES OF THE WORLD. 49°

      George Washington. [Worthies of the W'orld. Edited by H. W. Dulcken, Ph.D. London : \n. 6.:\ 8vo. Portrait after Stuart, on wood.]

      Sketch signed II. F.

      1888.

      BOLTON (SARAH K.). 49i

      George Washington. [Famous American Statesmen. By Sarah K. Bolton. New York. Thomas Y. Crozucll & Co. 1888. 1 2mo.]

      ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA. 492

      George Washington, the First President of the United States.

      1889 Bibliotheca Washijigtoniana. 163

      [The Encyclopaedia Britannica, Ninth Edition, Volume XXIV. Edin- burgh: MDCCCLXXXVIII. Roy. 4to.]

      Written by Alexander Johnston.

      HALE (EDWARD EVERETT). 493

      The Life | of | George Washington | studied anew | By | Edward Everett Hale | Author of " A man without a country," " Ten times one is ten," " The Story of | Spain," etc., etc. | New York & London \ G. P. Piitnanis Sons | T/ie Knickerbocker Press \ 1888. 1 2mo, pp. XIX, 392. 27 Illustrations.

      1889. APPLETON'S CYCLOPiEDIA. 494

      George Washington, First President of the United States. [Appleton's Cyclopaedia of American Biography. Edited by James Grant Wilson and John Fiske. Volume VI. New York : D. Apple- ton and Company. 1889. 8vo. Portrait after Stuart]

      Written by Robert Charles Winthrop.

      CARSON (HAMPTON LAWRENCE). 495

      George Washington. [History of the Celebration of tlie One Hundredth Anniversary of the Promulgation of the Constitution of the United States. Edited by Hampton L. Carson. Vol. I. Phila- delphia: 1889. 8vo. Portrait.]

      164 Books About George Washington, by NewtonStein: AD-2010. 1889

      TOWNSEND (VIRGINIA F.). 496

      George Washington. [Our Presidents, or the Lives of the Twentj'-three Presidents of the United States. By Virginia F. Townsend. New York : Worthington Co., 747 Broadway. 1889. Svo. Portrait after Stuart]

      ADDENDA.

      [ ] 497

      Georg Washington. | Chemnitz, \ in der Jacobaersclun Buchhand- lung. I 1804. i6mo, pp. 89. Portrait after Stuart.

      Apparently the First Edition of No. 145.

      ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA. 498

      George Wasliington, the celebrated Commander of tlie American Army, and the first President of the United States after their separa- tion from the mother-country. [Encyclopaedia Britannica : The Fifth Edition. Vol. XX. Edinburgh: 181 5. 4to.]

      LIVES OF THE HEROES. 499

      George Washington. [Lives of the Heroes of the American Revolution. Boston : Pliillips and Saiiipsoit. 184S. i2mo. Portrait.]

      Re-issued, 1849 -|- 1855 -j- 1859 4- [/«

      Bibliotheca Washitigtoniana. 165

      [ ] 500

      Sketch of the Life and Character of Washington. [Prefixed to Washington's Farewell Address to the People of the United States. . . Newburyport: Published by W. mid J. Gilmmi. 18 12. 32010. Por- trait after Stuart, on wood.]

      The same as No. 96 with a different imprint.

      SPARKS (JARED). 501

      The Life | of | George Washington | By | Jarcd Sparks, LL.D. | Two Volumes in one, abridged by the Author. | Aubtcni : \ Derby & Miller. \ Buffalo: \ Derby, Orton & Mulligan. \ 1854. i2nio. Portrait after Houdon, Baker, 107.

      A reissue of No. 246.

      LODGE (HENRY CABOT).

      [A Life of Washington by this writer, in course of preparation for the " American Statesmen " series, is expected to be issued during the present year, by Houghton, Mifflin & Co., Boston, w. s. b.]

      INDEX.

      The numbers refer to the titles, unless preceded by the word page.

      Abbott, Jacob, 405

      Abbott, John S. C, 340, 417, 444

      Adams, W. H. Davenport, 463

      Aikin, John, 113

      Aikin's General Biography, page 48, 79

      Allen, Joseph, page 39, 47

      Allen, William, 71, 174, 356

      Allen's Biographical Dictionary, page 32, 37, 47. 60, 123

      Allgemeine Deutsche Real-Encyclopadie, 140, 329, 424, page 56, IIS, 144

      AUibone, S. Austin, page 67

      American Biographical I'anorama, 293

      American Cyclopaedia, 446

      American Geography, page 3, 4, 5, 1 1

      American Literary Magazine, 292

      American Military Biography, 153

      American Nepos, 56, page 53

      American's Own Book, 314

      American Remembrancer, page 6

      American Sunday School Union, page 67, 72, 81,93, 140, 151

      Anonymous, 5, 19, 38, 39, 72, 79, 95, 96, "4. 45. '54. 17s. 176, 181, 202, 211, 214, 215, 234, 23s, 252, 264, 265, 366, 395. 406, 407. 40S, 447, 497, 500

      Anthon, Charles, page 75

      Appleton's Cyclopaedia of American Biography, 494

      Arnold, S. G., 236

      Aurora (newspaper), page 7

      Baker, WilUam Spohn, 486

      Ball, N. R., 47S

      Bancroft, Aaron, 59, 67, 162, 182, 225, 266, 318, 327, 341, 382, 445, 464

      Bartgis, M., page 16, 33

      Bauer, John C. A., 57

      Beard, John H., 298

      Beckett, William i, page 79

      Bell, John, 3, 4, 9, 409, page 2,7,11

      Bertolotti, Davide, 144

      Bibliotlieca Americana Nova, page i, 95

      Bibliographic Biographiciue, page 2, 50, 58 76, 84, 99

      Biblioteca Universal, 466

      Bilder-Conversations-Lexikon, 250

      Biographia Americana, 155

      Biography Illustrated, 157

      Biographical Magazine, 134

      Biographic Nouvelle, 156 167 169

      Biographie Universelle, 165, 169, 203, 216,

      Corry, John, 21, 22, 23, 41, 42, 45, 45*, 60, 249, 277, 297, 398, page 81, 92, 100, 137, 61, 73, 74, 80, 90, 96*, 97, 104, 115, 116,

      Birch, William, page 8, 58 117, 158, page 9, 25, 28,41,46,53.56,

      Bisset, Robert, page 1 1 57

      Blake, John L., 237, 342

      Cottage Cyclopedia, 423

      Bolton, Sarah K., 491

      Cowper, William, page 19

      Boon Catalogue, page 72

      Craig, Neville B., 283

      Boston Athenaeum, page 13

      Custis, George Washington Parke, 166, 374,

      Brewster, David, page 68 383, 396, 420

      Brinley, George (catalogue), page 6, 43, 61

      Cutter, Charles A., page 13

      British Magazine, page 9

      Cyclopedia of Biography, 319

      British Museum (catalogue), page 73. J 20, 137. '43

      Darton, William, page 61

      British Register, 18, page 18, 20, 46

      De Witt, Cornells, 328, 456, 471

      British Review, 10

      Delaplaine's Repository, 1 1 8

      Brockhaus' Conversations- Lexikon, 487

      Deutsch-Amerikanisches Conversations-Lexi-

      Brooks, Nathan Covington, 402 con, 440

      Burton, John Hill, page 112

      Deutsches Staats-Worterbuch, 429

      Dictionnaire de Conversation, 267, 367

      Cantu, Cesare, 418

      Dictionnaire Historique, 146

      Carey, Mathew, page 35, 39

      Dictionnaire Universel, 98, page 58

      Carson, Hampton Lawrence, 495

      Distinguished Men of Modern Times, 217

      Gates, William L. R., page 143

      Dizionario Universale, 457

      Cecil, E., 372, 419

      Dobson, Thomas, page 20

      Century of Independence, page 121

      Dragoumes, Nicholas, 343, 400

      Ceracchi, Giuseppe, page 76, 124,

      Drake, Samuel Adams, 472

      Chambers Encyclopitdia, 422

      Drexel, Joseph W., page 117

      Character Portraits of Washington,

      Dulcken, H. W^, page 162

      Chalmers, Alexander, 125

      Durivage, Francis Alexander, 195

      Chemnitz, page 58, 164

      Duyckinck, Evert Augustus, 399

      Chester, Joseph Lemuel, 414

      Clark, Jona., I02

      Edgar, John G., 320

      Columbian I'lularch, page 56

      Edinburgh Encyclopedia, 177

      Condie, Thomas, 16, 20, 40, 87, 88, 89, 103,

      Edinburgh Magazine, II, 25 109, page 7, 27, 66

      Edmonds, C)tus Read, 196, 21S, 226

      Cooper, Susan Fenimore, 373

      Edwin, David, page 21

      Cooper, Thomson, 441

      Eisner, Heinrich. 197

      Eminent Americans, 284, page 1 17

      Encyclopaedia Americana, 183

      Encyclopxdia Britannica, 43, 47, 253, 385, 492, 498, page 133

      Encyclopidie des Gens du Monde, 268, page 102

      Encyclopidie du Dix-neuvi4me Siicle, 219

      Encyclopedic Catholique, 285

      English Cyclopa'dia, 368

      Engraved Portraits of Washington, page xiii

      Espinasse Francis, page 155

      Etoumeau, M., 384

      European Magazine, 24, page 1 1

      Everett, Edward, 386, page 80, 132, 151

      Exley, Thomas, page 46

      Fabre, Joseph, 482

      Famosi Personaggi, 119

      Fargues, H,, 434

      Father of his Country, page 6

      Feller, F.-X-de, page lo6

      Ferguson, James, 81

      Femay, Jacques, 483

      Fiske, John, 461, 488, page 163

      Fontanes, Louis, page 58

      Founders of the American Republic, page S9

      Fox, Charles James, page 26, 34

      French, Benjamin Franltlin, page 61

      Frost, John,^286, 278, 321, 322, 369, 375, 425

      Galerie Historique, 68

      Gallery of Portraits, with Memoirs, 198, page 81, 127

      Garfield, James Abram, page 160

      Gehe, Edward, 220

      General Biography, 421

      Gentleman's Magazine, 2

      Oilman, V., page 165

      Girault, A. N., 190

      Glass, Francis, 191, 199, 204, 254

      Glazier, Willard, 465

      Gleig, George, page 18

      Godwin, Parke, 307, 458

      Goldsmith, J., 192

      Goodrich, Samuel G., 299, page 67

      Gorton, John, 167, 300

      Gosch, Josias Ludwig, 62, 82, 1 20, 126

      Griswold, Rufus Wilmot, 279, 287, 294, 330,

      Guernsey, Lucy E. and Clara F., 448

      Guizot, Francois-Pierre-Guillaume, 227, 238, 239, 240, 241, 251, 255, 269, 276, 301, 302. 303. 331. 401, 459. 473. page 9'.

      Habberton, John, 474

      Hale, Edward Everett, 493

      Hand-Book of Universal Biography, page 109, 154

      Hardie, James, 14, 53

      Hawks, Francis L.,page 122

      Hayden, Sidney, 415

      Headley, Joel Tyler, 280, 344, 376, 3S7

      Heady, Morrison, 403

      Henley, Leonard, 467

      Herring, James, page 73

      Hershey, N., 308

      Hillard, George S., page 89

      Hirsching, Friedrich C. G., page 44

      Historic Gallery of Portraits, 91

      Historical Celebrities, 435

      Historical Magazine, 26

      Historischlitterarisches Handbuch, 99

      Lee, Henry, page 36, 39

      Homes of American Statesmen, 323

      Legacies of Washington, page 16

      Houdon, Jean Antoine, page 50, 77, 91 95.

      Lempriere, John, 84 96, 108, no, 116, iiS, 122, 138, 150, 165

      Lendrum, John, page 41

      Hulbert, C, 141

      Lieber, Francis, page 70

      Hundred Greatest Men, 479

      Lincoln, Robert W., 186, 229

      Hunt, William, page 105

      Lives of the Heroes of the American Revolu-

      Hutchison, William, page 145

      tion, 388, 499

      Hyde, Anna M., 426

      Lives of the Illustrious, 324

      Lodge, Henry Cabot, page 165

      Iconographie Instructive, 1S4

      Longacre, James B., page 73

      Illustrated Biography, 357

      London Chronicle, page 2

      Imperial Dictionary, 460

      London Courier, page 19

      Imperial Encyclopaedia, 105

      Lossing, Benson John, 281, 335, 378, 389,

      Ingraham, Edward D., page loi 410, 432

      Irving, Washington, 332, 333, 334, 345, 346,

      Louis, — , page 37, 50 347, 358, 359. 43°. 469, 488

      Mackay, Charles, 480

      Janisch, Joseph, 431

      Mackenzie, William, page 155

      Johnson, W. M., page 46

      Marshall, John, 49, 50, 51, 54, 55, 63, 17S,

      Johnson's New Universal Cyclopedia, 455

      206, 221, 222, 230, 242, 274, 288, 29s, 325,

      Johnston, Alexander, page 163

      36', 379, page 21, 83

      Johnston, William, page 49

      Marshall, James V., page 122

      Jones, Thomas, 6

      Massachusetts Magazine, page 4, 1 1

      Joubert, L<5o, page 141

      Maunder, Samuel, page 131

      Judson, L. Carroll, 228, 309, 377, page '3°

      Maussion, Louis de, page 64

      Maxwell, John, 15

      Kingston, John, 83, 92, 106, 127

      McGuire, Edward Charles, 207

      Kirkland, Caroline M., 360, 428, page 113

      Medallic Portraits of Washington, page 41

      Klee, G., 449

      Meeks, Edward, page 11$

      Knapp, Samuel Lorenzo, 185

      Memory of Washington, page 1 2

      Knight, Charles, page 74, 127

      Menzies, William, page 1 1 7 Menzies Catalogue, page 17

      Lance, William, 205

      Morse, Jedidiah, 7, 8, 13, 27, 28, 29, 30, 44,

      Lanman, Charles, 450

      411, 45'. page 5, 7, II

      Lansdowne, Marquis of, page 22, 25, 29

      Laussat, Anthony, page 68

      National Hand- Book, 348

      INDEX.

      175

      National History of the U. S., page 118

      National Portrait Gallery, 193

      Neucs Konversations-Lexikon, 436

      Nord Americanische Calender, page 6

      North American Review, page 80, 131

      Norton, John N., 390, 391

      Nouveau Dictionnaire Historique, 48, page

      44 Nouvelle Biographic G^nSrale, 413

      Oettinger, Edouard Marie, page 2, 50, 58, 76,

      84,99 One hundred famous Americans, page 160 Owen, F. M., 452

      Pagis, J. P., page 126

      Parley's Panorama, page 106

      Parley's Washington, page 67, 76, 79, 87,

      97. "39 Parker, Theodore, 433 Parsons, Reuben, 438 Paulding, James Kirke, 200, 208, 243, 256,

      270, 289 Peale, Charles Willson, page 2, 12, 16, 31,

      33,41,80, 86, 116, 120, 124, 128, 132,

      134, 148, 152, 157 Peale, Rembrandt, page 116, 120, 1 24, 146,

      157 Penny Cyclopedia, 261 Pennypacker, Samuel W., page 6 Peters, W. A., 475 Peterson, Charles J., 349 Phelps, E. Brockenbrough, 442 Pickell, John, 350

      Pictorial Cyclopxdia of Biography, 35 1 Pierce, Ed. M., page 144 Pierer's Universal I^xikon, 404

      Pine, Robert Edge, page 124

      Poetical Epistle to Washington, page 2, 140

      Poulson's American Daily Advertiser, page

      10, 21 Powel, Mrs. Samuel, page xiii Philadelphia Monthly Magazine, page 7 Phillips, Charles, page 73 Physiognomical Portraits, 149

      Ramey, W. Sanford, 476

      Rathcry, Edme. Jacques-Benoit, page 98

      Ramsay, David, 64, 65, 75, 93, no, 121,

      '3', '35. «59. '60. '63. 179. 244. 257

      page 42 Raumer, Friederich von, page 87 Rees, Abraliam, 136, 137, page 56 Redding, Cyrus, 201 Reimann, E., page 146 Rice, John A. (catalogue), page 44, 61, 81 Rich, Elihu, page 112 Rich, 0., page i, 95 Royal Dictionary-Cyclopocdia, 352 Rogers, Thomas J., 107, 147, 150, 170 Rose, Hugh James, 315 Rosenthal, Albert, page xiii Rotteck, Carl v., page 147 Roubaud, J. L. Audibert, i Rush, Richard, 362

      Sabin, Joseph (Dictionaiy), page 6, 19, 26,

      52, 100, 128, 134 Saint-George, A., 194 Savage, Charles C, page 123 Savage, Edward, page 7, 12, 16, 14I Schmidt, Ferdinand, 453 Schneebeli, J., 439 Schroeder, Frederick John, 363

      INDEX.

      177

      Scolt, Joseph, 17

      Select Biography, 76

      Serrano, D. Nicolas, page 156

      Simpson, Stephen, 187

      Simms, W. G., page loi

      Slater, J., page 61

      Smith, Helen Ainslie, 4S4

      Smucker, Samuel M., 392

      Sparks, Jared, 212, 245, 246, 231, 232, 233, 258, 259, 262, 263, 271, 304, 305, 310, 311,316, 326, 336, 337, 338, 353, 364, 393. 416, SOI, page 88, 91, 107

      Statesman's Manual, page 118

      Stephens, Alexander H., page 153

      Stoddard, William O., 485

      Strafforella, Gustavo, page 154

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      132. 134, 13s. '38. 145. "46. 153. '54. 155, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165

      Terry, Ezekiel, page 16 Temple, Samuel, 151 Thayer, William M., 481, page 138 The Unique, 172 The Books About George Washington, by NewtonStein: AD-2010, 46, page 12 Thomas, Edward A., 470 Thomas, Joseph, 437 Townsend, Virginia F., 489, 496 True American (newspaper), pj^e 21 Trumbull, James, 171

      Tnimlmll, John, page 100, loi, 103, 109, '24, 134. '48

      Tuckerman, Henry Theodore, 380, page 117 Twelve Stars of Our Republic, page 105 Tytler, Margaret Fraser, 290

      United States Manual, 354

      Universal Biography, 209, 381

      Universal Magazine, 31

      Upham, Charles Wentworth, 247, 306, 312

      Venedey, J., 397

      Von Horn, W. (X, 412

      Wallace, Horace Binney, page loi

      Walsh, Robert, page 70

      Warner, Benjamin, page 35

      Washington and the (Generals, page lOl, 103,

      105. 115

      Washington at Valley Forge, 366

      Washington, Bushrod, page 17, 21

      Washington's Political Legacies, page 12, 15

      Watkins, John, 66

      Watkin's Biographical Dictionary, page 30, 36

      Watson, Henry C, 317

      Wayne, Caleb P., page 21

      Weaver, G. S., 477

      Webster, Daniel, page vii

      Weems, Mason L., 32, 33, 34, 35, 52, 58, 69,70.77,78,85,86,94, 100, 101, 108, III, 112, 122, 123, 124, 128, 129, 132, 133, '38, 142, «48. 152, 161, 164, 168, 173, 180, 18S, i8g, 210, 213, 223, 224, 248, 260, 272, 282, 355, 365, 370, 394. 468

      Weld, H. Hastings, 275. 427

      Welles, All)ert, 462

      Wells, John G., i>agc 1 2 1

      INDEX.

      179

      Wertmullcr, Adolph Ulric, page

      116, 124

      Winthrop, Robert Charles, page 163

      Westminster Magazine, page 2

      Wislicenus, Ernst, 273, 313

      Wharton, Charles Henry, page 2

      Wood, Wallace, page 1 59

      Whipple, Henry, page 43

      Woodward, Thomas, 139

      Williams, Edwin, 296, 339

      Worthies of the World, 490

      Williams, J. M., 36, 37

      Wright, Joseph, page xiii, 4, 18, 42, 45

      Wilson, James Grant, 443, page

      Wright, Thomas, page 1 22

      Wilson, Thomas, 130, 143

      Wyatt, Thomas, 291

      Winchester, Elhanan, 12

      Wineberger, J. A., 371

      Zell's Popular Encyclopedia, 454


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