Imprints of Peter Edes

 

The following items are known to have been printed by Peter Edes.  This may not be a complete list of his works still in existence.  (Note: the imprint reads, "Printed by Peter Edes," unless otherwise stated.)


Landais, Pierre de. Memorial to Justify Peter Landai's Conduct During the Late War. Boston: 1784.

Lathrop, John. A Discourse on the Peace: Preached on the Day of Public Thanksgiving, November 25, 1784. Boston: 1784.


The Exchange Advertiser.
  Boston: 1785-1786.  Vol. 1, no. 1 (December 30, 1785) - (December, 1786).

Allen, James. The Poem Which the Committee of the Town of Boston Had Voted to be Published With the Late Oration; With Observations Relating Thereto... Boston: Reprrinted by Peter Edes, 1785.

Boston, April 18, 1785: The Minds of the People Being Greatly and Justly Agitated by the Apparent Intention of the Government and the Merchants of Great-Britain to Deprive the Industrious Trader of Every Benefit of Our Commerce, by the Entire Monopoly of the Same to Themselves...A Numerous and Respectable Meeting of the Merchants, Traders, and Others, Convened at Faneuil-Hall on Saturday the 16th Inst. to Consider the Alarming State of Our Trade and Navigation, the Following Votes were Unanimously Agreed to ...
Boston: 1785.

Cheever, Ezekiel. A Short Introduction to the Latin Tongue: For the Use of the Lower Forms in the Latin School, Being the Accidence, Abridged and Compiled in That Most Easy and Accurate Method, Wherein the Famous Mr. Ezekiel Cheever Taught, and Which he Found the Most Advantageous by Seventy Years Experience: To Which is Added, a Catalog of Irregular Nouns and Verbs, Disposed Alphabetically. Boston: 1785.

A Catechism, for the Instruction of Children: Taken From the Liturgy of the Chapel Church in Boston. Boston: 1786.

Church, Benjamin. An Oration Delivered March Fifth, 1773, at the Request of the Inhabitants of the Town of Boston; to Commemorate the Bloody Tragedy of the Fifth of March, 1770. Boston: Reprinted by Peter Edes? 1785.

Edes, Peter, editor. Orations Delivered at the Request of the Inhabitants of the Town of Boston, to Commemorate the Evening of the Fifth of March, 1770: When a Number of Citizens Were Killed by a Party of British Troops, Quartered Among Them, in a Time of Peace. Boston: 1785.

Gardiner, John.  An Oration, Delivered July 4, 1785: at the Request of the Inhabitants of the Town of Boston, in Celebration of the Anniversary of American Independence. Boston: 1785.

Gardiner, John Sylvester John. An Epistle to Zenas. Boston: [1786?]
A Liturgy, Collected Principally From the Book of Common Prayer: For the Use of the First Episcopal Church in Boston: Together With the Psalter, or Psalms of David.  Boston: 1785.

Trumbull, John. M'Fingal: A Modern Epic Poem, or, the Town Meeting.  In Four Cantos.  Boston: 1785.


Alline, Henry. Hymns and Spiritual Songs. Boston: 1786.

Austin, Jonathan Loring. An Oration, Delivered July 4, 1786: At the Request of the Inhabitants of the Town of Boston, in Celebration of the Anniversary of American Independence.  Boston: 1786.

More, Hannah. Search After Happiness: A Pastoral Drama. Boston: 1786.


The Psalms of David, Imitated in the Language of the New Testament, and Applied to the Christian State and Worship. Boston: Printed by Peter Edes for J. Boyle, Marlborough-Street, B. Larkin,  Cornhill; and J. White, Court-Street, 1787.

Watts, Isaac. Hymns and Spiritual Songs: In Three Books: I. Collected from the Scriptures. II. Composed on Divine Subjects. III. Prepared for the Lord's Supper.  Boston: Printed by Peter Edes, for J. Boyle, Marlborough-Street; B. Larkin, Cornhill; and J. White, Court-Street, 1787.



Newport Herald.  Newport, Rhode Island: 1787-1791.  Vol. 1, no. 1 (March 1, 1787) - v. 5, no. 237 (September 17, 1791).

The Advantages of Repentance: A Moral Tale, Attempted in Blank Verse; and Founded on the Anecdotes of a Private Family in *********Shire.  Newport: Reprinted, and sold by Peter Edes, 1787.

Foster, Benjamin.  A Dissertation on the Seventy Weeks of Daniel: The Particular and Exact Fulfillment of Which Prophecy is Considered and Proved. Newport: 1787.

Freebetter, Daniel.  An Astronomical Diary, or Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord Christ, 1788: ... Calculated for the Meridian of Newport, in New England, Latitude 41 25' N. But May Serve the Adjacent States Without Any Sensible Error.  Newport: Printed and sold by Peter Edes, 1787.

Gessner, Salomon.  The Death of Abel: In Five Books. Newport, 1787.

A Happy New Year: The Year's Revolve'd -- the Printer's Boy on This Occasion Wishes Joy.  Newport: [1787?]

A New-Year's Address, From the Carrier of the Newport Herald to the Generous and Kind Customers. Newport: Printed by Peter Edes, between 1787 and 1791.

Raspe, Rudolf Erich. Gulliver Revived: Containing Singular Travels, Campaigns, Voyages, and Adventures in Russia, Iceland, Turkey, Egypt, Gibraltar, up the Mediterranean, and the Atlantic Ocean: Also an Account of a Voyage Into the Moon, With Many Extraordinary Particulars Relative to the Cooking Animal in That Planet, Which are Here Called the Human Species.  Newport: 1787.

Rhode Island.  General Assembly.  December, 1786. At the General Assembly of the Governor and Company of the State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations: Begun and Holden by Adjournment, at East-Greenwich, Within and for the State Aforesaid, on the Fourth Monday in December, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty-Six, and in the Eleventh Year of Independence ... Newport: 1787.

Thornton, Elisha.  An Almanack, for the Year of our Lord, 1788: ... Calculated for the Meridian of Providence, Latitude 41 51' N. and Longitude 71 16' W. of the Royal Observatory at Greenwich.  But May Serve the Adjacent States.  Newport: Printed and sold by Peter Edes, 1787.


Candidus. A Letter to Philo Africanus, Upon Slavery: In Answer to His of the 22nd of November, in the General Evening Post: Together With the Opinions of Sir John Strange, and Other Eminent Lawyers Upon This Subject: With the Sentence of Lord Mansfield, in the Case of Somerset and Knowles, 1772, With His Lordship's Explanation of That Opinion in 1786.  Newport: 1788.

Cutler, Manasseh. An Explanation of the Map Which Delineates That Part of the Federal Lands, Comprehended Between Pennsylvania West Line, the Rivers of Ohio and  Sioto, and Lake Erie; Confirmed to the United States by Sundry Tribes of Indians, in the Treaties of 1784 and 1786, and Now Ready for Settlement. Newport: 1788.

Poor Richard's Rhode-Island Almanack for the Year of Our Lord 1789: ... Calculated for the Meridian of Newport, in New England, Latitude 41 27' N. Containing the Useful and the Agreeable. Newport: Printed by Peter Edes, and sold wholesale and retail, at his office in Thames-Street, 1788.

Thornton, Elisha.  An Almanack, for the Year of our Lord, 1789: ...Calculated for the Meridian of Providence, Latitude 41 51' N. and Longitude 71 16' W. and May Serve the Adjacent States. Newport: Printed and sold by Peter Edes, 1788.

Varnum, James Mitchell. An Oration, Delivered at Marietta, July 4, 1788. Newport: 1788.

Wilkinson, Edward. Wisdom: a Poem. Newport: 1788.

Bours, John. An Appeal to the Public: In Which the Misrepresentations and Calumnies, Contained in a Pamphlet, Entitled, A Narrative of Certain Matters Relative to Trinity Church, in Newport, in the State of Rhode-Island, by a Very Extraordinary Man, the Rev. James Sayre, A.M. Late Minister of Said Church, Are Pointed Out, and His Very Strange Conduct, During the Time of His Ministration at Newport, Faithfully Related. Newport: 1789.

Rhode Island.  General Assembly.  May, 1789. At the General Assembly of the Governor and Company of the State of Rhode-Island and Providence- Plantations: Begun and Holden at Newport, Within and for the State Aforesaid, on the First Wednesday in May, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty-Nine, and in the Thirteenth Year of Independence ... Newport: 1789.

Rhode Island.  General Assembly.  March, 1788. At the General Assembly of the Governor and Company of the State of Rhode-Island and Providence- Plantations: Begun and Holden by Adjournment at East-Greenwich, Within and for the State Aforesaid, on the Last Monday in March, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty-Eight, and in the Twelfth Year of Independence ... Newport: 1789.

Rhode Island.  General Assembly.  February, 1788. At the General Assembly of the Governor and Company of the State of Rhode-Island and Providence- Plantations: Begun and Holden by Adjournment at Providence, Within and for the State Aforesaid, on the Last Monday in February, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty-Eight, and in the Twelfth Year of Independence ... Newport: 1789.

Rhode Island.  General Assembly.  October, 1787. At the General Assembly of the Governor and Company of the State of Rhode-Island and Providence-Plantations: Begun and Holden at South-Kingstown, Within and for the State Aforesaid, on the Last Monday in October, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty-Seven, and in the Twelfth Year of Independence ... Newport: 1789.

Rhode Island.  General Assembly.  June, 1787. At the General Assembly of the Governor and Company of the State of Rhode-Island and Providence-Plantations: Begun and Held by Adjournment at Newport, Within and for the State Aforesaid, on the Second Monday in June, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty-Seven, and in the Eleventh Year of Independence ... Newport: 1789.

Rhode Island.  General Assembly.  February, 1786. At the General Assembly of the Governor and Company of the State of Rhode-Island and Providence-Plantations: Begun and Holden by Adjournment, at Providence, Within and for the State Aforesaid, on the Last Monday in February, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty-Six, and in the Tenth Year of Independence ... Newport: 1789.

Rhode Island.  General Assembly.  June, 1785. At the General Assembly of the Governor and Company of the State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations: Begun and Holden by Adjournment at Newport, Within and for the State Aforesaid, on the Fourth Monday in June, in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty-Five, and in the Ninth Year of Independence ... Newport: 1789.

Thornton, Elisha.  An Almanack, for the Year of our Lord, 1790: ...Calculated for the Meridian of Newport, Latitude 41 25' N. and Longitude 71 15' W. and May Serve the Adjacent States. Newport: Printed by Peter Edes, and sold wholesale and retail, at his office in Thames-Street, 1789.

Webster, Noah. An American Selection of Lessons in Reading and Speaking: Calculated to Improve the Minds and Refine the Taste of Youth. And Also to Instruct Them in the Geography, History, and Politics of the United States. To Which Are Prefixed, Rules in Elocution, and Directions for Expressing the Principal Passions of the Mind. Being the Third Part of A Grammatical Institute of the English Language. Newport: Printed by Peter Edes for the author, 1789.


The Bill of Rights, and Amendments to the Constitution of the United States, as Agreed to by the Convention of the State of Rhode-Island and Providence-Plantations, at Kingston, in the County of Washington, on the First Monday of March, A.D. 1790.  Newport: 1790.

Buckner, Samuel.  The American Sailor: A Treatise on Practical Seamanship, With Hints and Remarks Relating Thereto. Designed to Contribute Towards Making Navigation in General More Perfect, and of Consequence, Less Destructive to Health, Lives and Property.  Newport: Printed by Peter Edes, proprietor of the copy right, 1790.

Marine Society (Newport, R.I.) Charter of the Marine Society, Granted by the State of Rhode-Island, Anno 1785. Newport: [1790?]

Rhode Island. Convention (1790) Ratification of the Constitution of the United States by the Convention of the State of Rhode-Island and Providence-Plantations. Newport: 1790.

Stover, William Lilly. The Columbian Almanack, and Magazine of Knowledge and Fun, for, the Year of Our Lord 1791. Being the Third After Bissextile or Leap Year, and the Fifteenth and Sixteenth of American Independence. Newport: Printed and sold by Peter Edes, 1790.

Thornton, Elisha. The Rhode-Island Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1791 ... Newport: Printed and sold by Peter Edes, 1790.

United States. Constitution of the United States of America.  Newport: 1790.

Mount, Thomas. The Confession, &c. of Thomas Mount: Who Was Executed at Little-Rest, in the State of Rhode-Island, on Friday the 27th of May, 1791, for Burglary.  Newport: Printed and sold by Peter Edes, in Newport, [1791?]

Smith, William. The Convict's Visitor: or, Penitential Offices, (in the Antient Way of Liturgy): Consisting of Prayers, Lessons, and Meditations; With Suitable Devotions Before, and at the Time of Execution. Newport: 1791.

Thornton, Elisha. The Rhode-Island Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1792 ... Newport: Printed and sold by Peter Edes, 1791.



Sullivan, James. The Path to Riches. An Inquiry Into the Origin and Use of Money; and Into the Principles of Stocks and Banks. To Which are Subjoined Some Thoughts Respecting a Bank for the Commonwealth. By a Citizen of Massachusetts.  Boston: Printed by Peter Edes for I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews, Faust's Statue, No. 45, Newbury-Street, 1792.

Vinall, John. The Preceptor's Assistant, or Student's Guide: Being a Systematical Tretise of Arithmetic, Both Vulgar and Decimal; Calculated for the Use of Schools, Counting-Houses, and Private Families ... Boston: Printed by Peter Edes for I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews, Faust's Statue, No. 45, Newbury-Street, 1792.

Wollstonecraft, Mary. A Vindication of the Rights of Woman: With Strictures on Political and Moral Subjects. Boston: by Peter Edes for Thomas and Andrews, Faust's Statue, no. 45, Newbury-Street, 1792.

Addison, Joseph. Cato. A Tragedy. Boston: Printed by Peter Edes, for I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews ... 1793.

Eutropius. Eutropii Historiae Romanae Breviarium; cum Versione Anglica, in Qua Verbum de Verbo Exprimitur: Notis Quoque & Indice: or, Eutropius's Compendius History of Rome; Together With an English Translation as Literal as Possible, Notes and an Index.  Printed at Boston: by Peter Edes, for Thomas & Andres, James White, David West, and Ebenezer Larkin, Jun., 1793.

Lathrop, Joseph. Sermons, on the Mode and Subjects of Christian Baptism. Or An Attempt to Shew That Pouring or Sprinkling, is a Scriptural Mode: and the Infants of Believers are Proper Subjects of the Baptism Instituted by Christ: With an Examination of Various Objections Particularly Those Contained in a Course of Anonymous Letters to Bishop Hoadly. Printed at Boston: by Peter Edes for I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews, sold at their bookstore, no. 45, Newbury-Street, and by said Thomas, in Worcester., 1793.

Memoirs of the Lives, Characters and Writings of Those Two Eminently Pious and Useful Ministers of Jesus Christ, Dr. Isaac Watts and Dr. Phillip  Doddridge. Printed at Boston: by Peter Edes for David West, 1793.

More, Hannah. Search After Happiness: A Pastoral Drama. Boston: 1793.

The Psalter: or, Psalms of David: With the Proverbs of Solomon, and Christ's Sermon on the Mount. Being an Introduction for Children to the Reading of the Holy Scriptures. Carefully Copied from the Holy Bible. Printed at Boston: by Peter Edes, for the booksellers, 1793.

Trenck, Friedrich, Freiherr von der. The Life of Baron Frederick Trenck: Containing his Adventures, his Cruel and Excessive Sufferings, During Ten Years Imprisonment, at the Fortress of  Magdeburgh, by Command of the Late King of Prussia. Printed at Boston: by Peter Edes, for Thomas & Andrews, 1793.

Bunyan, John. The Pilgrim's Progress, From This World to That Which is to Come: Delivered Under the Similitude of a Dream.: Complete in Three Parts. To Which is Added, the Life and Death of the Author. Embellished with Cuts. Part the First [Third]. Wherein are Set Forth, 1. The Manner of his Setting Out. 2. His Dangerous Journey. 3. His Safe Arrival in the Desired Country.  Boston: Printed by Peter Edes, for the booksellers, 1794.

Dibdin, Charles. The Quaker; A Comic Opera. In Two Acts. As Performed at the Theatre, in Boston. Boston: Printed by Peter Edes and Samuel Etheridge, in Boston, for William P. Blake, No. 59,  Cornhill, and William T. Clap, No. 90, Newbury-Street, 1794. (#4 in the series American Selection of Farces, Operas, etc.)

The French Convert: Being a True Relation of the Happy Conversion of a Noble French Lady, from the Errors and Superstitions of Popery to the Reformed Religion, by Means of a Protestant Gardener, her Servant ... Haverhill: 1794.

Garrick, David. The Lying Valet, A Farce ... As Performed at the New Theatre, in Boston. Boston: Printed by Peter Edes and Samuel Etheridge, in Boston, for William P. Blake, No. 59, Cornhill, and William T. Clap, No. 90, Newbury-Street, 1794. (#1 in the series American Selection of Farces, Operas, etc.)

Garrick, David. The Bon Ton; or, High Life Above Stairs. A Farce ... As Performed at the New Theatre, in Boston. Boston: Printed by Peter Edes and Samuel Etheridge, in Boston, for William P. Blake, No. 59, Cornhill, and William T. Clap, No. 90, Newbury-Street, 1794. (#11 in the series American Selection of Farces, Operas, etc.)

Murphy, Arthur. The Citizen. A Farce. In Two Acts ... As Performed at the New Theatre, in Boston. Boston: Printed by Peter Edes and Samuel Etheridge, in Boston, for William P. Blake, No. 59, Cornhill, and William T. Clap, No. 90, Newbury-Street, 1794. (#6 in the series American Selection of Farces, Operas, etc.)

Perrault, Charles. Fairy Tales, or Histories of Past Times: With Morals: Containing, I. The Little Red Riding-Hood. II. The Fairy. III. Blue Beard. IV. The Sleeping Beauty of the Wood. V. The Master Cat: or, Puss in Boots. VI. Cinderilla: or, The Little Glass-Slipper. VII. Riquet with the Tuft. VIII. Little Thumb. IX. The Discreet Princess. Haverhill: 1794.

The Renowned History of Valentine and Orson, the Two Sons of the Emperor of Greece.  Haverhill: 1794.

Wilkinson, Edward. Wisdom: A Poem. Haverhill: 1794.


The Death of Cain. In Five Books. After the Manner of the Death of Abel. By a Lady. "To Wing the Imagination to the Realms of Light." Haverhill: Printed by Peter Edes? 1795.

DeFoe, Daniel. The Wonderful Life, and Most Surprising Adventures of That Renowned Hero, Robinson Crusoe, Who Lived Twenty-Eight Years on an Uninhabited Island, Which he Afterwards  Colonised. Haverhill: 1795.

Erra Pater. The Book of Knowledge: Treating of the Wisdom of the Ancients. In Four Parts. I. Shewing the Various and Wonderful Operations of the Signs and Planets, and Other Celestial Constellations, on the Bodies of Men, &c. II. Prognostications for Ever Necessary to Keep the Body in Health; With Several Choice Receipts in Physic and Surgery. III. An Abstract of the Art of Physiognomy and Palmistry, Together With the Signification of Moles, and the Interpretation of Dreams, &c. IV. The Farmer's Calendar, Containing, 1st. Perpetual Prognostications for Weather. 2d. The Whole Mystery of Husbandry. 2d. The Complete and Experienced Farrier and Cowleech, &c. Haverhill: Printed and sold by Peter Edes, a few doors east of the new Bridge, 1795.

La Musse, Marguerite de. Triumphs of Grace; or, the Last Words and Edifying Death of the Lady Margaret de La Musse: ... Who Died ... 1681, Aged but Sixteen Years. Earnestly Recommended to All Classes of the People. Haverhill: Printed? by Peter Edes, 1795.

Prayers, Thanksgivings, and Meditations to Assist the Devout Christian in his Preparation for and Attendance on the Lord's Supper.  Haverhill: 1795.

Raspe, Rudolf Erich. Gulliver Revived; Containing Singular Travels, Campaigns, Voyages, and Adventures in Russia, Iceland, Turkey, Egypt, Gibraltar, up the Mediterranean, and the Atlantic Ocean: Also an Account of a Voyage Into the Moon, With Many Extraordinary Particulars Relative to the Cooking Animals in That Planet, Which are Here Called the Human Species.  Haverhill: 1795.

Ward, Edward. Female Policy Detected: or The Arts of a Designing Woman Laid Open: Teaching, I. Of her Allurements, Inconstancy, Love, Revenge, Pride and Ingratitude. II. A Pleasant and Profitable Discourse in Defense of Married Men, Against Peevish, Fretful, and Scolding Wives; with Several Notable Examples of the Mischiefs Which Have Attended Their Lust and Pride. III. A True Character of a Virtuous Woman, or Wife Indeed: To Which is Added, a Poetical Description of a Widow, Wife, and Maid. Haverhill: 1795.

Williams, John Mascoll.  A Mistake in the Contents of the Second Chapter of the Revelation, Made by the Translators, in Calling the Angels of the Churches the Ministers. Briefly Opened and Explained. Haverhill: Printed by Peter Edes, for the author, 1795.



Kennebeck Intelligencer. vol. 1, no. 1 (November 21, 1795) - vol. 5, no. 218 (June 6, 1800). Augusta: 1795-1800.


Gaifer, pseud. The Conversion of a Mahometan to the Christian Religion, Described in a Letter From Gaifer, in England, to Aly-Ben-Hayton, his Friend in Turkey.  Hallowell: 1796.

Gray, Robert. A Sermon, Preached at the Ordination of the Reverend Daniel Stone, to the Pastoral Care of the First Church of Christ in Hallowell, October 21st, 1795.  Hallowell: 1796.

Livermore, Daniel. The Calender of Maine, or Eastern Almanack, for the Year of Our Lord 1797. ... Calculated for the Meridian of Hallowell. Lat 44 deg. 20 min. N. Long 7 deg 24 min East of the City of Washington. Hallowell: 1796.

Proprietors of the Kennebeck Bridge. Extracts From the Act of Incorporation, and Bye-Laws of the Proprietors of the Kennebeck Bridge. Hallowell: 1796.

Tables and Instructions to Reduce Lawful Money to Federal, and Show the Interest of Dollars in Decimals, &c.  Hallowell: 1796.


Poivre, Pierre. Travels of a Philosopher; or, Observations on the Manners and Arts of Various Nations in Africa and Asia. Augusta (Kennebeck): Re-printed by Peter Edes, 1797.



Bowdoinham Association. Minutes of the Bowdoinham Association, Held at the Baptist Meeting-House in Brunswick, August 22 and 23, 1798. Augusta (Kennebeck): 1798.

Love, Christopher. Prophecies of the Reverend Christopher Love: and his Last Words on the Scaffold: Who Was Beheaded at Tower-Hill, London, the 22nd Day of August, 1651. Augusta (Kennebeck): 1798.

Panther, Abraham. A Very Surprising Narrative of a Young Woman Who Was Discovered in a Rocky Cave, After Having Been Taken by the Savage Indians of the Wilderness, in the Year 1777, and Seeing no Human Being for the Space of Nine Years. In a Letter From a Gentleman to His Friend.  Augusta: Printed and sold at the Printing Office Augusta, [1798?]

Shurtleff, James. A Concise Review of the Spirit Which Seemed to Govern in the Time of the Late American War, Compared With the Spirit Which Now Prevails; With the Speech of the Goddess of Freedom, Who is Represented as Making her Appearance Upon the Alarming Occasion. Augusta: [1798?]



An Address of the Fifty-Eight Federal Members of the Virginia Legislature to Their Fellow-Citizens, in January, 1799. Augusta: 1799.

Augusta Fire Club. Articles and Regulations of the Augusta Fire Club.  Augusta: 1799.

Currie, James. An Abridgement of the Second Edition of a Work, Written by Dr. Currie, of Liverpool in England, on the Use of Water, in Diseases of the Human Frame; and Fever, Opium, Strong Drink, Abstinence From Food, and the Passages Through the Human Skin; With Occasional Remarks. Augusta: Printed by Peter Edes of Augusta, in the District of Maine. Sold by Mr. Edes of Augusta, and Mr. Bass of Hallowell, in Maine; and by the booksellers of Boston, New-York, and Philadelphia, 1799.

Gillet, Eliphalet. A Discourse, Delivered at Hallowell, April 25th, 1799. Being the Day Appointed by the Chief Magistrate of the United States for a National Fast.  Augusta, 1799.

To the Electors of the Kennebec and Somerset District ... Augusta: 1799.

Ward, Jonathan. A Brief Statement and Examination of the Sentiments of the  Weslean Methodists, or the Followers of the Rev. John Wesley. Hallowell: 1799.


The Kennebec Gazette. Hallowell: 1800-1801. Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 14, 1800) - vol. 1, no. 42 (August 28, 1801)

Belden, Jonathan. An Oration, Pronounced at Winthrop, February 22, 1800, Commemorating the Virtues of the Late General Washington.  Hallowell: 1800.

Bowers, James. A Discourse, on Occasion of the Death of General George Washington, Delivered in St. Ann's Church, Pittston, on Saturday, 22d February, 1800. Hallowell: 1800.

Gillett, Eliphalet. An Oration, Delivered January 8, 1800, Before the Citizens of Hallowell and Its Vicinity, in Commemoration of the Muchlamented Death of General George Washington.  Hallowell, 1800.

Greenwood, Andrew. An Oration, Composed at the Request of the Selectmen, and Delivered Before the Inabitants of the Town of Bath, on Saturday, 22d February, 1800. Hallowell: 1800.

Hirzel, Hans Caspar. The Rural Socrates; or An Account of a Celebrated Philosophical Farmer, Lately Living in Switzerland, and Known by the Name of Kilyogg. Hallowell: Printed by Peter Edes, and sold by the booksellers in the principal towns of the United States, 1800.

Shurtleff, James.  The Substance of a Late Remarkable Dream, in Which Were Presented the Celestial Worlds and the Infernal Regions, With the Arch Enemy of Mankind, With his Legions Paraded, Together With his Instructions to Them, in Which was Discovered, his Deep-Laid Plot Against the United States of America. Hallowell, 1800.

Taylor, Joshua. An Answer to the Rev. Jonathan Ward's Brief Statement and Examination of the Sentiments of the Weslean Methodists. Hallowell: 1800.

Whitwell, Benjamin. An Eulogy, on the Virtues of General George Washington, who Died December 14, 1799. Delivered Before the Inhabitants of the Town of Augusta, at the Request of Their Committee. Hallowell: 1800.


Edes' Kennebec Gazette. Augusta: 1801-1803. Vol. 1, no. 43 (September 11, 1801) - vol. 3, no. 125 (April 14, 1803).

Taylor, Joshua. A Reply to Rev. Jonathan Ward's Vindication of A Brief Statement and Examination of the Sentiments of Westlean Methodists. Augusta: 1801.

Ward, Jonathan. A Vindication of A Brief Statement and Examination of the Sentiments of the Weslean Methodists: in Reply to Rev. Joshua Taylor's Answer ; by Jonathan Ward; to Which is Subjoined, a Letter From Rev. Mr. Whitefield to Rev. Mr. Wesley, in Answer to His Sermon, Entitled Free Grace. Hallowell: 1801.


Bond, Thomas. An Oration, Delivered at Hallowell, the Fifth Day of July, 1802 (the Fourth Being Sunday), in Celebration of the Anniversary of American Independence. Augusta: 1802.

Washington, George. Columbia's Legacy, or, Washington's Farewell Address to His Fellow-Citizens, on His Retiring From the Presidency of the United States.  Augusta: 1802.


Kennebec Gazette. Augusta: 1803-1810. Vol. 3, no. 126 (April 21, 1803) - v. 10, no. 263 (February 6, 1810).

Gillet, Eliphalet. A Discourse, Delivered in Newfield, February 16th, 1803 at the Ordination of the Rev. John Dane. Augusta: 1803.


An Account of the Conversion and Death of Isabella Brander: Taken From the Edinburgh Missionary Magazine. Augusta: 1804.

Fuller, Henry Weld. An Oration, Pronounced in the Meeting-House at Augusta, on the Fourth Day of July, 1804, Being the Twenty-Eighth Anniversary of American Freedom.  Augusta: 1804.

Gillet, Eliphalet. A Discourse Delivered on the Annual Thanksgiving in Massachusetts, November 29, 1804. Augusta: Printed by Peter Edes, and sold at the Hallowell Book-Store, by E. Goodale, 1804.

Rice, David. Slavery Inconsistent With Justice and Good Policy.  Augusta: 1804.

Sewall, Jotham. Mr. Sewall's Poem Upon the Mode of Baptism. Augusta: [1804?]


Citizen. An Address to the Inhabitants of Maine: Shewing a Safe and Easy Method of Extracting Good From Evil. Augusta: Printed for the Proprietors, by Peter Edes and Son, 1805.

Macomber, Job. A Poem: Delivered in Bowdoinham, to a Respectable Audience, on the Fourth of July, 1806, it Being the Anniversary of American Independence.  Augusta: 1806.

Nott, Eliphalet. A Discourse on the Death of General Alexander Hamilton: Delivered in the North Dutch Church of Albany, July 29, 1804. Augusta: Printed by Peter Edes & Son, 1805.

Pratt, Spencer. An Oration Pronounced at Norridgwock, on the Fourth of July, 1805: Being the Anniversary of American Independence. Augusta: Printed by Peter Edes & Son, 1805.

[author unknown] Three Queries to Deists. Augusta: 1805.

Warbler: A Collection of the Most Popular Ancient and Modern Songs: in Four Numbers.  Augusta: By Peter Edes for Ezekiel Goodale, 1805.


Horrid Massacre: Sketches of the Life of Capt. James  Purrinton, Who on the Night of the Eighth of July, 1806, Murdered his Wife, Six Children, and Himself: With a Particular Account of That Shocking Catastrophe: to Which are Subjoined, Remarks on the Fatal Tendency of Erroneous Principles, and Motives for Receiving and Obeying the Pure and Salutary Precepts of the Gospel.  Augusta: Printed and Sold by Peter Edes, 1806.

Merritt, Timothy. Discourse on the Horrid Murder of Capt. James  Purrinton's Family, of Augusta, Delivered in Bowdoinham, July 20, 1806. Augusta: 1806.

Peck, John. On the Last Judgment: Designed for the Use of Children.  Augusta: 1806.


Cushman, Joshua. An Oration, Pronounced at Augusta, Maine, on the 4th of July, 1807, in Commemoration of American Independence. Augusta: 1807.

Gillet, Eliphalet. A Discourse Delivered on the Annual Fast in Massachusetts, April 7, 1808.  Augusta: 1808.

Hymns and Spiritual Songs: in Three Books. Augusta: 1807.

Parish, Elijah. A Sermon, Preached at the Ordination of the Rev. David Thurston: Over the Church of Christ in Winthrop, February 18, 1807.  Augusta: 1807.

Perley, Jeremiah. An Anniversary Oration Delivered Before the Federal Republicans of Hallowell...July Fourth, 1807. Augusta: 1807.

Pickering, Timothy. A Letter From the Hon. Timothy Pickering, a Senator of the United States From the State of Massachusetts: Exhibiting to his Constituents a View of the Imminent Danger of an Unnecessary and Ruinous War: Addressed to His Excellency James Sullivan, Governor of the Said State. Augusta: 1808.

Steuben, Friedrich Wilhelm Ludolf Gerhard Augustin, Baron von. Steuben's Manuel Exercise: With the Explanation of Priming and Loading and an Appendix Containing Evolutions and Manoeuvres, Some of Which are Original, as Performed by the Augusta Light Infantry.  Augusta: 1807.


May, Hezekiah. An Oration Delivered Before the Right Worshipful Master, Wardens, and Brethren of the Rising Virtue Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons at Bangor, on the Festival of St. John the Baptist, June 24, 5808. Augusta: 1808.


Alden, Augustus. An Address Delivered at Augusta on the Thirty-Fourth Anniversary of American Independence, July Fourth, 1809.  Augusta: 1809.

Emmons, William.  An Oration, Commemorative of American Independence: Pronounced at Hallowell, July Fourth, 1809. Augusta: Printed and sold by Peter Edes, also sold by E. Goodale, 1809.

Stone, Daniel. A Discourse Delivered at Augusta (Maine) August 14, 1809, at the Funeral of Solomon Vose, Esq. Augusta: 1809.

The Trial of David Lynn, Prince Kein [sic], Jabez Meiggs [sic], Elijah Barton, Adam Pitts, Anson Meiggs [sic], and Nathaniel Lynn: Indicted for the Murder of Paul Chadwick, Containing a Compendious but Clear and Full Statement of All the Evidence, Together With a Correct Abridgement of the Pleadings of Council, and the Charge to the Jury, as Delivered by the Court.  Augusta: Printed and sold by Peter Edes, 1809.


To the Electors of the Kennebec and Somerset District: Electors, When Mr. Jefferson Was Inducted to Office he Found the United States in the Enjoyment of the Highest Degree of That National Prosperity, Which Had Resulted From the Wise Policy of the Federal Administration ...  Augusta: 1810.


Appleton, Jesse. A Sermon Delivered at Augusta, October 16, 1811 at the Ordination of the Reverend Benjamin Tappan to the Pastoral Office in That Place.  Augusta: 1811.

Jewett, Paul. The New-England Farrier, or, A Compendium of Farriery in Four Parts: Wherin Most of the Diseases to Which Horses, Neat Cattle, Sheep and Swine are Incident, are Treated of, With Medical and Surgical Observations Thereon: the Remedies in General, are Such as are Easily Procured, Safely Applied, and Happily Successful: Being the Result of Many Years Experience, and First Production of the Kind in New-England: Intended for the use of Private Gentlemen and Farmers.  Hallowell: Ezekiel Goodale, 1811 Augusta: Peter Edes.

The Musical Repertory: A Selection of the Most Approved Ancient and Modern Songs; in Four Parts. Hallowell: Published and sold at the Hallowell Bookstore, sign of the Bible, by Ezekiel Goodale, 1811.


Gillet, Eliphalet.  A Discourse Delivered in the Forenoon at Hallowell and in the Afternoon at Augusta on the Day of the National Fast: August 20, 1812.  Hallowell: E Goodale, 1812.

Wilkinson, Edward. Wisdom: A Poem: For the Use of Schools. Augusta: Printed and Sold by Peter Edes, 1812.


Fairfield, Jotham. An Oration Pronounced at Waterville, July 5, 1813.  Augusta: 1813.

Trumbull, John. M'Fingal: A Modern Epic Poem, in Four Cantos.  Hallowell: Published and sold by Ezekiel Goodale, at the Hallowell Bookstore. [Peter Edes, printer, Augusta] 1813.


Jor, Finn.  The Ichneumon: Being an Essay on Politics, Written in the District of Maine, July 1814. Augusta: 1814.

Ward, Jonathan. Parental and Filial Obligation Illustrated and Enforced: A Discourse Delivered December 22, 1813, in Alna. Augusta: 1814.


Bangor Weekly Register. Bangor: 1815-1817. Vol. 1, no. 1 (November 25, 1815) -  (December 25, 1817).

Whipple, Joseph. The History of Acadie, Penobscot Bay and River, With a More Particular Geographical and Statistical View of the District of Maine Than Has Ever Been Published.  Also, Statistical Tables, Shewing at One View the Comparative Progress of the Population of Maine With Each Other Individual State in the Union, With an Alphabetical List of All the Towns With Their Date of Incorporation, Census in 1810, Polls and Valuation in 1812, Counties, and Distances From Boston. Bangor: 1816.

Whipple, Joseph. A Geographical View of the District of Maine, With Particular References to its Internal Resources, Including the History of Acadia, Penobscot River and Bay, With Statistical Tables, Shewing the Comparative Progress of the Population of Maine With Each State in the Union -- a List of the Towns, Their Incorporation, Census, Polls, Valuation, Counties, and Distances From Boston. Bangor: 1816.