City Readers Digital Historic Collections at the New York Society Library
Supplement to the Catalogue of the books belonging to the New-York Society Library
New York: Printed by C.S. Van Winkle, No. 2 Thames-street, 1825.
Publication Places in this catalog
Books in this catalog
The adventures of a speculist; or, A journey through London. Compiled from papers written by George Alexander Stevens, (author of A lecturer upon heads) with his life, a preface, corrections, and notes, by the editor. Exhibiting a picture of the manners, fashions, amusements, &c. of the metropolis at the middle of the eighteenth centuryGeorge Alexander Stevens
The arabian nights entertainments. Consisting of one thousand and one stories, told by the Sultaness of the Indies, to divert the Sultan from a cruel Vow he had made, to marry a Lady every Day, and have her put to Death next Morning, to avenge himself for the Disloyalty of his first Sultaness. Containing A familiar Account of the Customs, Manners and Religion of the Eastern Nations, the Tartars, Persians, and Indians, &c. Freely transcribed from the original translation. ...
The democrat; or Intrigues and adventures of Jean le Noir, from his inlistment as a drummer in General Rochembeau’s army, and arrival in Boston, to his being driven from England in 1795, after having borne a conspicuous part in the French Revolution, and after a great variety of enterprizes, hazards and escapes during his stay in England, where he was sent in quality of democratic missionary. In two volumes. Vol. I[-II]. [Four lines of verse]Henry James Pye
Memoirs of Mrs. Coghlan, (daughter of the late Major Moncrieffe,) written by herself, and dedicated to the British nation; being interspersed with anecdotes of the late American and present French war; with remarks, political and moral. [Four lines from Goldsmith]Mrs. (Margaret Moncrieffe) Coghlan