Mathew Carey

Mathew Carey by [[John Neagle]] (detail), 1825 Mathew Carey (January 28, 1760 – September 16, 1839) was an Irish-born American publisher and economist who lived and worked in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was the father of economist Henry Charles Carey. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Carey, Mathew
Published 1797
Printed for Mathew Carey, Philadelphia, by William & Robert Dickson, Lancaster

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by Carey, Mathew
Published 1797
Printed by Dover & Harper, for Mathew Carey, Philadelphia

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by Carey, Mathew
Published 1795
Printed for M. Carey, by Samuel H. Smith

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by Carey, Mathew
Published 1796
Printed [by John Wyeth] for Mathew Carey

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by Carey, Mathew
Published 1789
Printed [by Henry Taylor] for M. Carey, and W. Spotswood

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by Carey, Mathew
Published 1798
Printed for Mathew Carey

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by Carey, Mathew
Published 1799
Printed for and sold by the author
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by Carey, Mathew
Published 1796
Printed for Mathew Carey, no. 118, Market-Street

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by Carey, Mathew
Published 1793
Printed by the author
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by Carey, Mathew
Published 1791
From the press of M. Carey. no. 118, Market-Street
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by Carey, Mathew
Published 1786
Printed for Carey and Co. Seddon and Pritchard
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by Carey, Mathew
Published 1794
London printed: Philadelphia reprinted by D. Humphreys, for Mathew Carey, no. 118, Market-Street

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by Carey, Mathew
Published 1794
Printed (for Mathew Carey) by D. Humphreys, no. 48, Spruce-Street
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by Carey, Mathew
Published 1800
printed by Joseph Charless, for Mathew Carey, no. 118, Market Street

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by Carey, Mathew
Published 1793
for the author, and sold by him, at no. 117 Race Street, & by Matthew Carey, no. 118 Market Street. And may be had in New York, at Dodds and Claus. Musical instrument makers, no. 66 Queen Street