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Searson, John German National Library Library of Congress/NACO ISNI-test

VIAF ID: 15206413 (Personal)

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  1. Poems on various subjects and different occasions : chiefly adapted to rural entertainment in the United States of America ‎(2) Library of Congress/NACO German National Library
  2. Two discourses delivered in the prison of Philadelphia, on the two following texts Matthew XV. 25. Then came she and worshiped him, saying, Lord help me. Isaiah XLV. 15. Verily thou art a God that hidest thyself, O God of Israel the Saviour ‎(1) German National Library
  3. Two discourses delivered in the prison of Philadelphia on the two following texts, Matthew XV, 25 ... Isaiah XLV, 15 ... ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO
  4. Two discourses delivered in the prison of Philadelphia ..., 1770: ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO
  5. The divinity of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, asserted and defended. Being the substance of a letter to a friend. By a layman of the church of England ‎(1) German National Library
  6. Seven hints for all who will take them ‎(1) German National Library
  7. Poem on Down-Hill, (the seat of the Earl of Bristol,) also on Magilligan, describing the rural and marine prospect, of that extensive country and coast: by John Searson, late master of the Freeschool in Colerain, and formerly of New-York, merchant ‎(1) German National Library
  8. Mount Vernon, a poem, 1800: ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO
  9. Mount Vernon, a poem : being the seat of His Excellency George Washington, in the state of Virginia, lieutenant-general and commander in chief of the land forces of the United States of America ... ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO
  10. Mount Vernon a poem: : being the seat of His Excellency George Washington, in the state of Virginia; lieutenant-general and commander in chief of the land forces of the United States of America. : This rural, romantic and descriptive poem of the seat of so great a character, it is hoped may please, with a copper-plate likeness of the general. It was taken from an actual view on the spot by the author, 15th May, 1799. : Also a cursory view of Georgetown, city of Washington, and the capital ‎(1) German National Library

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