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Advice to the officers of the British Army [Four lines of quotations]

Published: New-York: : Re-printed by James Rivington, printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty., MDCCLXXXIII. [1783]
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The Albaniad an epic poem, in three cantos;

Published: [New York] : Printed [by Thomas Greenleaf] for the author,, 1791
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The almanac of American letters

Published: Los Altos, Calif. : W. Kaufmann, c1981
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American literary anecdotes

Published: New York : Penguin Books, 1992, c1990
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Androboros A bographical [sic] farce in three acts, viz. The senate, the consistory, and the apotheosis

Published: Printed at Monoropolis [i.e., New York : by William Bradford], since August, 1714
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Arguments in favor of the ladies; or, An answer to the scurrilous invectives of those who have a light esteem of them [Four lines of verse]

Published: [Leominster, Mass.] : Printed [by Adams and Wilder] for Chapman Whitcomb., [1800?]
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Arsenic and red tape

Published: New York, Harcourt, Brace [1960]
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The art of pleading in imitation of part of Horace's Art of poetry

Published: New-York: : Printed and sold by James Parker, at the new printing-office, in Beaver-Street,, 1751
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A battle! A battle! A battle a squirt, where no man is kill'd, and no man is hurt! To the tune of Three blue beans, in a blue bladder; rattle bladder rattle. : To which is added, The Quaker's address, and the School-boy's answer to an insolent fellow who accus'd him of stealing his cherries. : [Six lines of quotations]

Published: [Philadelphia] : [Printed by Anthony Armbruster.] Sold by Edward Merefield, at the corner of Arch-Street, and opposite the church-burying-ground, in Philadelphia., 1764
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