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us: Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839



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    • us: C., M. (Mathew Carey), 1760-1839
    • us: Carey, M. (Mathew), 1760-1839
    • us: Carey, Matio, 1760-1839
    • us: Carey, Matthew, 1760-1839
    • us: Catholic layman, 1760-1839
    • us: Citizen of Pennsylvania, 1760-1839
    • us: Citizen of Philadelphia, 1760-1839
    • us: Citizen of the world, 1760-1839
    • us: Colbert, 1760-1839
    • us: Early and Warm Friend to Infant Schools, 1760-1839
    • us: Hamilton, 1760-1839
    • us: Howard, 1760-1839
    • us: Jefferson, 1760-1839
    • us: M. C. (Mathew Carey), 1760-1839
    • us: Pennsylvanian, 1760-1839
    • us: Publicola, 1760-1839
    • us: Zwinglius, 1760-1839
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    • found: His The crisis, a solemn appeal ... 1823: t.p. (a Pennsylvanian)
    • found: His Thirteen essays on the policy of manufacturing in this country, 1830: p. 2 (signed, Publicola)
    • found: His Cursory views of the liberal and restrictive systems of ... 1826: t.p. (a citizen of Philadelphia)
    • found: His Serious considerations on the East India Company submitted to Lord North, 1779: p. 2 (signed, Colbert)
    • found: Halkett & Laing (a Pennsylvanian, Mathew Carey; Publicola, Mathew Carey)
    • found: DNB (Carey, Matthew; 1760-1839)
    • found: Cushing (Colbert, Mathew Carey)
    • found: MdU/G-K files (usage: a Catholic layman; M.C.)
    • found: His Communication, 1829: t.p. (an Early and Warm Friend to Infant Schools)
    • found: His The infant school, 1827: p. 4 (Howard)
    • found: Fragment, 1796: t.p. (A Citizen of the world)
    • found: El Director de los niños para aprender á deletrear y léer, 1811: t.p. (Matio Carey)
    • found: Erasmus, D. Erasmi Colloquia selecta = or, The select colloquies of Erasmus, 1801: t.p. (printed for Mathew Carey)
    • found: Wikipedia, viewed June 5, 2014 (born Jan. 28, 1760 in Dublin, he died in Philadelphia, Sept. 16, 1839, publisher and economist) {https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mathew_Carey}
  • Change Notes

    • 1980-06-30: new
    • 2014-06-25: revised
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