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by Belknap, Jeremy, 1744-1798
Printed at Boston, : for the author, by Isaiah Thomas, and Ebenezer T. Andrews, Faust's Statue, no. 45, New-bury-Street., MDCCXCI. [1791]
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Portsmouth [N.H.]: : Printed by George Jerry Osborne, near the State-House, Congress-Street., [1786]
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Exeter [N.H.], : Printed and sold by Stearns & Winslow., MDCCXCV. [1795]
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Printed at Dover [N.H.], : For the citizens of the United States, by Samuel Bragg, Jr., [1796]
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by Curtis, Samuel, 1747-1822
Amherst [N.H.], : Printed by Joseph Cushing, for the compiler., 1803. Price, 25 cts. single, and 1 dol. 75 cts. per doz
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by Curtis, Samuel, 1747-1822
Amherst [N.H.]: : Printed by Joseph Cushing, for S. Curtis, the compiler. Price 25 cents single, and 2 dollars per dozen., [1805]
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Exeter [N.H.]: : Printed by Henry Ranlet and sold at his office, by wholesale and retail, cheap for cash. Great allowance to those who purchase to sell again., [1789]
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by Curtis, Samuel, 1747-1822
Amherst [N.H.], : Printed by Joseph Cushing, for S. Curtis, the compiler., 1804. Price, 25 cents single, and 2 dollars per dozen
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Concord [N.H.]: : Published and sold, wholesale and retail, by Isaac Hill. Sold also by the booksellers and traders in New-Hampshire., [1815]
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