Charles Henri, comte d’Estaing Journal Militaire 1781-1783
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The following is a list of Mease's publications held at the William L. Clements Library:

Mease, James. A geological account of the United States : comprehending a short description of their animal, vegetable, and mineral productions, antiquities, and curiosities (Philadelphia : Birch & Small, 1807)

Mease, James. A reply to the criticisms by J.N. Barker, on the historical facts in the Picture of Philadelphia (Philadelphia, Clark & Fraser, printers, 1828)

Mease, James. Address on the subject of establishing a pattern farm in the vicinity of Philadelphia: delivered at the annual meeting of the "Philadelphia society for promoting agriculture." (Philadelphia: Printed by order of the Society, 1818)

Mease, James. An inaugural dissertation on the disease produced by the bite of a mad dog, or other rabid animal: submitted to the examination of the Rev. John Ewing, S.T.P., provost; the trustees and medical faculty of the University of Pennsylvania; on the eleventh day of May, 1792, for the degree of doctor of medicine (Philadelphia: Printed by Thomas Dobson, at the Stone-house, Second street, [1792])

Mease, James. The picture of Philadelphia, giving an account of its origin, increase and improvements in arts, sciences, manufactures, commerce and revenue (Philadelphia: Published by B. & T. Kite, no. 20, N. Third-Street. For sale by them and Joseph Delaplaine. 1811)

Mease, James. Picture of Philadelphia, giving an account of its origin, increase and improvements in arts, sciences, manufactures, commerce, and revenue... continued by Tomas Porter ( Philadelphia, R. Desilver, 1831)

Wilson, Thomas. Picture of Philadelphia, for 1824, containing the "Picture of Philadelphia, for 1811, by James Mease, M.D." with all its improvements since that period (Philadelphia: Printed by Thomas Town, no. 38, Chesnut-Street. 1823)

Partial Subject Index
Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848
  • 69-73
African Americans
  • 61, 64-65
Allentown (Pa.)--Description and travel
  • 14-17
Banks and banking--Pennsylvania
  • 36, 74
Bloomsburg (Pa.)--Description and travel
  • 25-26
Botany
  • 51, 55
Brobst, C.
  • 24
Butler, Zebulon, 1731-1795
  • 28
Canals
  • 42
Cemeteries--Pennsylvania
  • 2, 28
Census
  • 74
Clay, Henry, 1777-1852
  • 66
Coal mines and mining--Pennsylvania
  • 19
Cooper, Thomas, 1759-1839
  • 73
Education--Finance
  • 4, 11
Germans--Pennsylvania
  • 11, 24, passim.
Hall, James (b. 1773)
  • 15-16
Henry, John, 1746-1794
  • 2
Hotels, taverns, etc.--Pennsylvania
  • 3, 9, 14
Hotels, taverns, etc.--New York (State)
  • 51, 64, 66
Lewis, William, 1759-1819
  • 30
Maps--Pennsylvania
  • 13
Mines and mineral resources--New York (State)
  • 50
Mines and mineral resources--Pennsylvania
  • 19
Museums--New York (N.Y.)
  • 60
New York (City)--Description and travel
  • 55-61
New York (State)--Description and travel
  • 44-62
Numismatics--Collectors and collecting
  • 15, 71
Patents
  • 72-73
Peale's Museum
  • 60
Pennsylvania--Description and travel
  • 1-44
Pope, John, 1770-1845
  • 69
Presidents--United States--Election--1840
  • 66
Railroads
  • 37
Read, John
  • 32-33
Red Bank, N.J., Battle of, 1777
  • 63
Rhett, Robert Barnwell, 1800-1876
  • 69
Rose, Robert Hutchinson, 1775-1843
  • 33-35
Sergeant, John, 1779-1852
  • 69
Sheep
  • 34
Silsbee, Nathaniel, 1773-1850
  • 63
Silverlake (Pa.)--Description and travel
  • 33-35
Trumbull, John, 1756-1843
  • 67
Tyler, John, 1790-1862
  • 70, 73
United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783
  • 28, 63, 67
United States. Congress. House
  • 71
Washington (D.C.)--History--Capture by the British, 1814
  • 68
Webster-Ashburton Treaty (1842)
  • 70
White House (Washington, D.C.)
  • 73-74
Yellow fever
  • 2
Young men--Conduct of life
  • 30-31