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by Hardie, James, 1758-1826
New-York : Printed by Hurtin and M'Farlane, at the Literary Printing Office, no. 29 Gold-Street, and sold by the author, no. 1 Rider-Street--by John Low, at the Shakespeare's Head, no. 332 Water-Street, the other booksellers, and the printers, 1799
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by Hardie, James, 1758-1826
New-York: : Printed by Hurtin and M'Farlane, at the Literary Printing Office, no. 29 Gold-Street, and sold by the author, no. 1 Rider-Street--by John Low, at the Shakespeare's Head, no. 332 Water-Street, the other booksellers, and the printers., 1799
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by Hardie, James, 1758-1826
Philadelphia: : Printed for the author, by Jacob Johnson & Co. no. 147, Market-Street., MDCCXCIV. [1794] (Price 62 1-2 cents.)
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by Hardie, James, 1758-1826
New-York : Printed by Hurtin and M'Farlane, at the Literary Printing Office, no. 29 Gold-Street, and sold by the author, no. 1 Rider-Street--by John Low, at the Shakespeare's Head, no. 332 Water-Street, the other booksellers, and the printers, 1799
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