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5 Charles Brockden Brown & Robert Walsh, American Register, or, General Repository of History, Politics, and Science i (1809)

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                      THE




   AMERICAN REGISTER,



                       OR



          GENERAL REPOSITORr



                       OF



HISTORY, POLITICS AND SCIENCE,





             PART I. FOR 1809.





                    VOL. V;





                 itjUBLISHED BY

  & A. CONRAD & CO., PHILADELPHIA; AND SOLD BY THEM AND CON-
  RADI, LUCAS, & CO., BALTIMORE; SOMERVELL & CONRAD, PETERSBURG;
  BONSAL, CONRAD, -& CO., NORFOLK; JOHN R. JONES, RICHMOND; DA-
  NIEL RAPINE, WVASHINGTON CITY ; JOSEPH MILLIGAN, GEORGETOWN;
  ROBE, T GRAY, ALEXANDRIA; DAVID HENDERSON, FREDERICKSBURG;
  MORFORD. WILLINGI ON, . CO., CHARLESTON; SEYMOUR & WILLIAMS,
  SAVANNAH; J. & D. MACCOUN, LEXINGTON; J. F. GRAY, & J. TAYLOR,
  NEW ORLEANS; INSKEEP & BRADFORD, NEW YORK ; E. F. BACKUS, AL-
  BANY; WILLIAM ANDREWS, BOSTON; AND CUSHING & APPLETOIZ,
  S A LEM.

                      1809.













            REPRODUCTION BY PERMISSION OF
        THE BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY
                 BUFFALO, NEW YORK

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