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Annual Report: The Library 4.1 A Short Historical Account of the Early Society of Methodists, established in the City of New-York, in the year 1763 . . . Accompanied with an Accurate View of the Old Methodist Chapel in John-Street, the first erected in America (New York: W. & P. C. Smith, 1824). The James B. Wilbur Fund. The Life, Trial, Condemnation, and Dying Address, of the Three Thayers! Who were executed for the Murder of John Love, at Buffalo, N.Y. June 17th, 182$ (Buffalo: Printed for the Publisher ). [Title as in Sabin No. 95269, but without woodcut of coffins, and with 15 pages] The James B. Wilbur Fund. Hughes, George W. Report made to the Committee of the Citizens of Elmira (Tioga County) on the Tioga Coal and Iron Mines situated on the Tioga River, by ... (Albany: 1829). Gift of New York University. Confessions of Joel Clough ... Executed ... July 26, 1833 for fl°e Murder of Mrs. Mary W. Hamilton (New York: 1833). Accessions Sales Fund. Morehead, T. The New York Mercantile Register for 1848-49 (New York: 1848). Abbott Fund. Whig Correspondents for each town in New York. October, 1849 [n.p.: n.d.]. Gift of Mr. Milton Halsey Thomas. Canandaigua and Elmira Railroad. Instructions for Running of Trains ... March 1, 1853 [n.p.: n.d.]. Abbott Fund. New York and Flushing Railroad. Reports of the Committee and Engineer of the Preliminary Survey of the . . . [n.p.: 1851]. Abbott Fund. [Trumble, Alfred] Coney Island Frolics. How New York's Gay Girls and Jolly Boys Enjoy Themselves By The Sea. Published by Richard K. Fox. Police Gazette (New York [1883?] ). The James B. Wilbur Fund. History of Coney Island. List and Photographs of Main Attractions . . . ([New York:] Burroughs & Co., 1904). The James B. Wilbur Fund. Brown, H. C. The New Subway in Manhattan (New York: 1904). The James B. Wilbur Fund. The Mendelssohn Glee Club, New York. History, Constitution, By-Laws, Officers, Members, and principal Soloists of the ... (New York: 1930). Gift of Mr. Thomas A. Larremore. Helping to round out other sections in business, political, literary, and social history are: The Tears of the Footguards, upon their Departure for America: written by an Ensign of the Army . . . (London: 1776). Together with An Answer to the Tears .. . (London: 1776). Abbott Fund. Priesdey, Joseph. Experiments and Observations relating to Various Branches of Natural Philosophy ... (5 vols.; London: 1776-1781). Francis Schell Fund. Adventures of Jonathan Corncob, Loyal American Refugee. Written by Himself (London: 1787). Abbott Fund.