Johnson, A.B. (Alexander Bryan), 1786-1867
Johnson, Alexander Bryan, 1786-1867
Johnson, Alexander B. 1786-1867
Alexander Bryan Johnson
Johnson, A. B.
Johnson, Alexander Bryan
VIAF ID: 2622743 (Personal)
ISNI: 0000 0000 8082 3218
- 100 0 _ ‡a Alexander Bryan Johnson
- 200 _ | ‡a Johnson ‡b Alexander Bryan ‡f 1786-1867
- 100 1 _ ‡a Johnson, A. B.
- 100 1 _ ‡a Johnson, A. B. ‡q (Alexander Bryan), ‡d 1786-1867
- 100 1 _ ‡a Johnson, Alexander B. ‡d 1786-1867
- 100 1 _ ‡a Johnson, Alexander Bryan (undifferentiated) (sparse)
- 100 1 _ ‡a Johnson, Alexander Bryan, ‡d 1786-1867
4xx's: Alternate Name Forms (13)
- 400 0 _ ‡a Alexander Bryan Johnson ‡c United States philosopher and banker
- 400 1 _ ‡a Bryan Johnson, Alexander ‡d 1786-1867
- 400 1 _ ‡a Johnson, A. B.
- 400 | _ ‡a Johnson, A. B.
- 400 1 _ ‡a Johnson, A. B. ‡d 1786-1867
- 400 1 _ ‡a Johnson, Alexander B.
- 400 | _ ‡a Johnson, Alexander B.
- 400 1 _ ‡a Johnson, Alexander B. ‡q (Alexander Bryan), ‡d 1786-1867
- 400 1 _ ‡a Johnson, Alexander B. ‡d 1786-1867
- 400 1 _ ‡a Johnson, Alexander Bryan
- 400 1 _ ‡a Johnson, Alexander Bryan, ‡d 1786-1867
- 400 1 _ ‡a Johnson, Alexander Bryan, ‡d 1786-1867.
- 400 1 _ ‡a Johnson, Alexander Bryan ‡d 1786-1867
|An address to the Utica Temperance Society : delivered at the Second Presbyterian Church, July 29, 1829|
|The advanced value of gold, suspended specie payements, legal-tender notes, taxation and national debt, investigated impartially:|
|The approaching presidential election, 1864.|
|The banker's common-place book ...|
|A critical essay on Johnson's philosophy of language|
|Deep sea soundings and explorations of the botton; or, The ultimate analysis of human knowledge.|
|A guide to the right understanding of our American union; or, Political, economical and literary miscellanies ...|
|An inquiry into the nature of value and of capital, and into the operation of government loans, banking institutions, and private credit. 1813|
|The meaning of words, analysed into words and unverbal things and unverbal things classified into intellections, sensations, and emotions|
|An oration, commemorative of American independence, delivered at Utica, July 5, 1824.|
|Our monetary condition.|
|The philosophical emperor, a political experiment, or, The progress of a false position.|
|Philosophy of human knowledge|
|The physiology of the senses; or, How and what we see, hear, taste, feel, and smell.|
|The relation which words bear to things|
|Religion in its relation to the present life, in a series of lectures, delivered before the Young Men's Association of Utica, and published at their request.|
|Speech before an auxiliary of the American colonization society.|
|Thoughts on the necessity for, and action of, the approaching state convention.|
|A treatise on banking; the duties of a banker and his personal requests therefore.|
|A treatise on language|
|The Union as it was and the Constitution as it is.|
|Where we stood and where we stand.|
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- US - United States
- eng - English