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James Hardie

The new universal biographical dictionary, and American remembrancer of departed merit: containing complete and impartial accounts of the lives and writings of the most eminent persons in every nation, but more particularly of those who have signalized themselves in America : in four volumes : embellished with a number of portraits of the most distinguished characters, engraved from original drawings

New York: Printed and published by Johnson & Stryker, at the Literary Printe-Office No. 29 Gold-Street, 1801.
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The new universal biographical dictionary, and American remembrancer of departed merit: containing complete and impartial accounts of the lives and writings of the most eminent persons in every nation, but more particularly of those who have signalized themselves in America : in four volumes : embellished with a number of portraits of the most distinguished characters, engraved from original drawings Library Average
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Benjamin MooreVolume 46/13/18056/17/1805Hardies Biograp
Benjamin MooreVolume 16/17/18056/20/1805"
Peter R. MaverickVolume 18/29/180511/5/1805Hardies Dictionary
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