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CATALOGUE OF BOOKS 



ADDED TO THE 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, 



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DECEMBER 1, 1866, TO DECEMBER 1, 1867. 



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The publication of the present annual catalogue has been delayed 
by two principal causes: 1. The large extent of the additions to the 
Library which it was deemed important to include in it; and, 
2. The adoption of a full and accurate system of collation in 
describing the works catalogued. 

Up to the year 1867, the annual accessions to the Library of 
Congress were embraced in pamphlet catalogues of 50 to 200 pages, 
printed in large type, and distributed near the commencement of 
each session of Congress. The very large additions embraced in 
the present volume rendered necessary the use of smaller type, 
and the adoptionrof a diflFerent form f<M- the catalogue. It has been 
the purpose of the Librarian to include in it not only all the regular 
accessions of the past year, but also the chief portion of the books 
of the Smithsonian Library and of the Force collection, both of 
which are now incorporated with the Library of Congress. So great 
is the extent of these coUectiona, (the titles -embraced in the Force 
library alone being estimated at 55,000,) that it has been necessary 
to reserve for future catalogues the great body of pamphlets in both 
libraries, together with all the maps, manuscripts, and the larger 
portion of the incuriahula of the Force collection. 

LiBRABY OF CoNGBESS, Mwrck, 1868. 



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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS EMPLOYED. 



pp. Pages. 

I. Leaves. 

p. 1. Preliminary leaves. 

pi. Plates. 

n. p. No place of publication. 

unp. Unpaged. 

n. d. No date of pablicatioD. 

anon. Anonymous. 



pseudon. Pseudonymous, 
ed. Edition, 
pan^. Pamphlets, 
sm. Small, 
sq. Square, 
obi. Oblong. 

fol. Polio. 40. Quarto. 8^. Octavo. taP, 
Duodecimo, etc. 



Tbe letter 8; affixed to any title, denotes that the work belongs to the libraty of the Smithsonian 
Institution. 

The books are described as folio, quarto, octavo, duodecimo, etc., according to the apparent 
size of the volume, and not according to the printer's designadons derived from the fold of the 
sheets. 

In the alphabetioal arrangement, the prefix Me, AT, or Mae, is treated uniformly as a compo- 
nent part of the word, as if spelled Mac, Thus, MeLeod or MLeod precedes Maclure. In fike 
manner, the prefixes New, La, Du, etc., ore treated as component parts of the words to which 
they belong. Thus Nev England follows NetoeU instead of precedmg it, as it would do if the 
pr^Bx New were treated as a separate word. 

It is one of the aims of the present catalogue to fumirih with the titles a sufficiently fill! 
collation of each work. Thus it is made a part of the description to give the number of pages 
in the case of all works not exceeding two volumes, together with the number of mope and 
plates, if any, and the name of the publisher. The information thus conveyed will, it is believed, 
be found of practical value to readers, as conveying at a glance some idea of the extent of each 
work, while the addition of publishers' names is useliil as supplying a guide to the identification 
of editions. In the case of books printed without date, tbe actual or approximate date is 
uniformly supplied, in brackets. 

Brackets in any part of a dtle indicate that the words included in them are not found in the 
title, but are inserted. 

The employment of capital letters in titles has been strictly confined to proper names, and to 
the initial letter of each sentence. Although this departs firom a very general usage in printing 
the German and some other languages, it secures a uniform and elegant typography. The 
capitalization of substantives was not practiced in the earlier days of German typography, and 
high modern authorities (including the new Warterbuch of the brothers Grimm) have abandoned 
it for a uniform type. 



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Abbeville (Nicolas Sanson d'). See SanBon 
d* Abbeville, (Nicolas). 

Abbey ( Alonzo J. ) The triad ; a new collection 
of vocal music, sacred and secular. 380 
pp. Oblong 8°. New York, H, G, Ahbey, 
1866. 

Abbot (Geoi^, D. D., ArchbUkop of Canter- 
bwy), A brief description of the whole 
world. 6th ed., 187 pp. index, m»,, 16 pp.; 
sm. 4^. London, John Marriott, 1634. 

The same. 332 pp. 18°. London, Wil- 
liam Sheares, 1634. 

The same. 5th ed., 340 pp. 24°. Liyn- 

don, Margaret Sheares, 1664. 

Abbott (Jacob). China and the English. 
lanon,"} 264 pp. 18°. New York, LeaviU, 
Lord ds Co,, 1835. 

Editor}, Harper's school histoiy; from 

the earliest times to the establishment of the 
American constitution. 13^, New York, Har- 
per$, 1856. s. 

History of king Alfred of England. 16°. 

New York, Harpers, 1849. 

History of Cyras the great. 16°. New 

York, Harpers, 1850. 

History of king Richard the first of 

Enghind. 16°. New York, Harpen, 1857. 

Histoiy of William the conqueror. 16°. 

New York, Harpers, 1849. s. 

Abdallati£ iS^« Mowaffak eddin, etc. B. 

Abd-el Kerim Ben Abd-el-jebbar. Voyage 
de I'Inde ^ la Mekke, traduit de la version 
anglais, avec des notes, etc., par L. lianglds. 
18°. Pom, 1797. s. 

Abd-er-reszak, Kemal eddin. Voyages de 
la Perse dans Flnde. Traduit du persan par 
L. Langlds. 2 v. 18°. Paris, 179S, s. 

Abdalktureen or Abdoul-Keiym. See Abd- 
el-Kerim Ben Abd-el-jebbar. s. 

Abdullah. Bahwa ini Kesah-Pti-Layar-an 
Abdullah, ben Abdulkadir, Munehi Deri 
Singapuri Ka-Ealantan. TArzarong Ulihnya. 



(English and Malay characters.) 159 pp. 8°. 
Singapura, press of Am. mission, 1838. 8. 

Abel (Clarke). Narrative of a journey in the 
interior of China^ and of a voyage to and from 
that country, 1816-17. xVi, 420 pp. 4 maps. 
19 pi. 4°. London, Longman, 1818. 

About (Edmond Francois Valentin). Lettres 
d'un bon jeune homme ^ sacousine Madeleine. 
393 pp. 16°. Paris, Uvyfrh^ Ami, 

La vieille roche : les vacances de la com- 

tesse. 8°. Paris, L, HacheUe ^ Co., 1865. 

-^— Le marquis de Lanrose. 8^. 

Paris, L, HaehetU 8f Co., 1865. 

Germaine. Translated by Mary L. Booth. 

341 pp. 120. Boston, Tilt<m A Co., 1860. 

The uum with the broken ear. Trans- 
lated from the French by Heniy Holt 254 
pp. 16°. New York, Leypoldt A HoU, 1867. 

Abraham (Henry A.) Whom do you wor- 
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ion. 44 pp. 120. New York, 1867. 

Abreu (Antonio Joe6 Alvarez de). Victima 
real legal; discurso uno juridico-historico- 
politioo Bobre que las vacantes mayores y 
menores de las iglesias de las Indias Occi- 
dentales pertenecen ^ la corona de Castilla y 
Leon con pleno y abeoluto dominio. 2* ed., 
18 p. 1. 374 pp., 14 I., sm. fol. Madrid, A. 
Ortega, 1769. 

Abreu de Gkdineo (Juan de). Histoiy of 
the discoveiy and conquest of the Canary 
islands. [With] a description of the island 
and the modem history of the inhabitants. 
By Geoi^ Glas. viii, 368 pp. 3 maps. 4^. 
London, DodsUy, 1764. 

The same. 2 v. xvi, 227 pp ; 223 pp. 1 

map. 18°. Dublin, D. Chamberlaine, 1767. 

Abstract of the sufferings of the people called 
quakers, for the testimony of a good con- 
science, from 1660 to 1666. lanon.'] 2 v. 
xii, 575, xl pp.; xxxii, 522, xlv pp. 8°. 
London, Assigns of J. Sowle, 1733-38. 



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Aoarete du Biscay, A relation of Mr. R. 
M/b voyage to Buenos A3rre8; and from 
thence hy land to Potosi. [Abridged and 
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de la Plata], v, 117 pp. 1 map. 16^. Lon- 
don, John Darby f 171G. 

Aooount of the customs and manners of the 
Micmakis and Maricheets, savage nations, 
now depending on the government of Cape- 
Breton, from a letter written by a French 
abbot. [With ] pieces relative to the savages, 
to Nova Scotia, and to North America, [amm], 
viii, 138 pp. London, S, Hooper dt A, MorUy, 
1758. 

Acootmt of an expedition to the interior of 
New Holland, lanon"}. 2d ed. xi, 235 pp. 
180. London, B, BenOey, 1849. 8. 

Account (An) of Jamaica, and its inhabitants, 
lly a gentleman long resident in the West 
Indies, lanon^, 2d ed. 213 pp. 1 pi. 8^. 
Kingiton, Jamaica, 1809. 

A'tcount of the state prison or penitentiary 
house in the city of New York. By one of 
the inspectors of the prison, lanonj. 97 
pp. 2 pi. 8°. New York, liaac ColUna ^ 
Son, 1801. 

Accounts and papers relating to Mary, queen 
of Scots. Edited by A. J. Crosby and J. 
Bruce, xxiii, 134 pp. 1 pi. sm. 4^. London, 
1867. [ Camden $oc. pub. No, 93. ] 

Acharius (Erik, M, D, ) Methodus qua omnes 
detectoe lichenes, secundum organa carpo- 
morpha, ad genera, species et varietates re- 
digere atque observation! bus illustrare tenta- 
vit. Iv, 393 pp. 8 pi. 8^. Stockholmia, 
Vlrieh, 1803. 8. 

Note: appended, 

Supplementum, speoiet qnamplnrM norai deaciiptas 
neonun obeenratac Tsriit oomplectens, etc. 50 pp. 

Acland (Bev, Charles). Popular account of 
the manners and customs of India, xii, 156 
pp. 16^. London, J, Murray, 1847. 

Acland (Henry W. ) and Ruskin (John). 
The Oxford museum. Ill pp. 3 pi. ' 129, 
London, Smith, Elder ^ Co,, 1859. 

Acosta ( Jos6 de). Historia natvrale e morale 
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23 p. 1. 173 pp. sm. 4°. Veneiia, B, Ba$a, 
1596. 

De natvra novi orbis libri dvo. Et de 

promvlgatione evangelii apvd barbaros, sine, 
de procvranda Indorvm salute, libri sex. 8 p. I. 
640 pp. 18^. Colonice Agrippina, MyUus, 
1596. 



AoreUus (Israel). Beskrifiung om de swen- 
ska fbrsamlingars foma och narwarande 
tilstand, uti det sa kallade Nya Swerige, 
sedan Nya Nederland, men nu for tiden Pen- 
sylvanien, samt nastliggande orter wid alf- 
wen De La Ware, Wiist-Yersey och New- 
Castle county uti Norra America. 10 p. 1. 
534 pp. sm. 40. Stockholm, Harherg A Hes- 
sdberg, 1759. 

Adair (D. L.) New system of bee-keeping; 
adapted to the habits of the honey-bee, with 
improved methods of artificial swarming. 74 
pp. 8°. Cincinnati, B. Clarke ^ Co,, 1867. 

Adair (Bobert Alexander Shafto, F, B, S.) 
Ireland and her servile war. 72 pp. 8^. 
London, Bidgway, 1866. 

Adams (Arthur), Baikie (William Balfour), 
and Barron (Charles). Manual of natural 
history for the use of travellers. [With] 
directions for collecting and preserving, viii, 
749 pp. 120. London, J, Van Voortt, 1854. 8. 

Adams (F. Colbum). Our world; or, the 
democrat's rule. By Justia, a know-nothing. 
In2v. v.l. viH,398pp. 4 pi. 129, London, 
S, Low, ion 4k Co,, 1855. 

The siege of Washington, written ex- 
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Waud. 130 pp. 8 pi. sq. 18^. New York, 
Dick ^ Fitzgerald, 1867. 

Adams (H. G.) Cyclopeedia of female biog- 
raphy, iv, 788 pp. 1 pi. 16^. London, 
Groombridge ^ Sons, 1857. 

Adams (Henry and Arthur). The genera of 
recent mollusca; arranged according to their 
organization. 3 v. xl, 484 pp; 661 pp; 138 
pi. 89, London, J, Fan Foor#«, [1853-58.] 8. 

Adams (John, President of the U, S,) Corres- 
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Boston, EvtreU A Munroe, 1809. 

Defence of the constitutions of govern- 
ment of the United States of America. 3d 
ed. 3v. 8^. Philadelphia, William Cobbett, 
1797. 

Dijscourses on Davila ; a series of papers 

on political history, published 1790, in the 
Gazette of the United States. lanon.'\ 248 
pp. 8^. Boston, BusseU A Cutler, 1805. 

Adams (John Quincy). The duplicate letters, 
the fisheries and the Mississippi; documents 
relating to transabtions at the negotiation of 
Ghent. 2d ed. 223 pp. 8^. LouisviUe, 8, 
Penn, Jr,, 1823. 

Adams (Nehemiah). Broadcast. [Religious 
reflections.] 210 pp. 16^. Boston, Ticknor 
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AdaniB (Robert). Narrative of R. A., an 
American sailor, wrecked on the western 
coast of Africa in 1810, detained three years 
in slavery by the Arabs of the Great Desert, 
and [who] resided several months in Tom- 
buctoo. [Ed. by 8. Cock], xxviii, 200 
pp. 1 map. 8^. Botion, WeJU and LtUy, 
1817. 

Adams (Samuel). See Hunt (Leigh) and 
Adams (S.) Book of the sonnet, etc. 

Adams (Rev, Seymour Webster). Memoir. 
[With sermons]. Edited by J. P. Bishop. 
237 pp. 160. Cleveland, ( O.J Fairbanh, 
Benedict 4r Co,, 1866. 

Adams (William T.) The boat club ; or, the 
Bunkers of Rippleton ; a tale for boys. By 
Oliver Optic, (pteudon), 16°. BoMton, 
Brown, Bazin tt Co,, 1855. 8. 

Haste and waste ; or, th« young pilot of 

Lake Champlain. A story for young people. 
By Oliver Optic. Ipseud"}. 313 pp. 4 pi. 
16°. Boston, Lee A Shepard, 1867. 

Hope and have ; or, Fanny Grant among 

the Indians. A story for young people. By 
Oliver Optic. Ipuudon'}, 283 pp. 4 pi. 16°. 
Boston, Lee de Shepard, 1867. 

Outward bound; or, young America 

afloat. A story of travel and adventure. 
By Oliver Optic. Ipseudon], 336 pp. 4 pi. 
16°. Boston, Lee ^ Shepard, 1867. 

- The starry-flag; or, the young fisherman 



of Cape Ann. By Oliver Optic, [pseudonl. 
312 pp. 8 pi. 16°. Boston, Lee df Shepard, 
1868. 

Work and win ; or, Noddy Newman on 

a cruise; a story for young people. By 
Oliver Optic. Ipseudonl, 16°. Boston^ 
1866. 

Yankee Middy; or, adventures of a 

naval officer. [A sequel to the " Tailor Boy]." 
By Oliver Optic. Ipseudon"], 16°. Boston, 
1866. 

Adanson (Michel). Voyage to Senegal, the 
isle of Goree, and the river Gambia. Trans- 
lated from the French, xiii, 337 pp. 1 map. 
120. London, J. Nourse, 1759. 

Addison (Henry R.) Traits and stories of 
Anglo-Indian life, viii, 284 pp. 8 pi. 16^. 
London, Smith, Elder A Co,, 1858. 

Addison (Joseph ). Dialogues sur I'utilit^ des 
anciennes mddiulles. ( Wiih Winckelmann 
(J. J.) an(i others. De Talldgorie. v. 2.) 

Poetical works. 8°. Edinburgh, 1793. 

(Anderson's Brit. Poets, v. 7). 

Address to farmers, lanon}, 64 pp. 16^. 
Salem, John Daibney, 1796. 



Addresses of the Philadelphia society for 
the promotion of national industry. 4th ed. 
xi, 248 pp. 120. Philadelphia, M, Carey 
A Son, 1819. 

The same. 5th ed. xii, 299 pp. 12°. 

Philadelphia, J, MaxweU, 1820. 

Adelung ( Johann Christoph). Geschichte der 
menschlichen narrheit, oder lebensbeschrei- 
bungen beriihmter schwarzktlnstler, gold- 
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129. Leipzig, Weygand, 1785. (v. 8 wanting). 

Adhelmus (Saint), See Aldhelm. 

Adlard (Geoi-ge). The Sutton-Dudleys oi 
England and the Dudleys of Massachusetts 
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to the present time, xvi, 160 pp. 2 pi. 8^. 
New York, C. B. Richardson, 1862. 

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primis initiis ad annum moccxi partes ilL 
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Adresse(Une)illisible. ParFanjot. [pseudon], 
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Adventures of a German toy. lanon"}, 171 
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Aegidins Columna, or, Romanus. See Colon- 
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JESlianns (Claudius). Various histories. Ren- 
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Aeplnns or Hook? (Fr. Johann). Diegesch- 
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Aesopus. Esopo volgarizzato per uno da Siena. 
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Afrioan (The) observer. Edited by Enoch 
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Agapetos, diaconus. Expositio admonitoria 
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Agardh (Jakob Georg). Species, genera et 
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Contents. 

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Agassiz (Alexander). Embrjologj of tbe 
Btarfiflb. [From v. 5 of Agaasig. Nat hist, of 
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Agathias. DeimperioetrebvsgeetiBJvstiniaiii 
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Agnew (David Hayes, M. D. ) Practical anat- 
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2d ed 307 pp. ViP. PhUaddphia, J. B. 
LippincoU, 1868. 

Agostini (Leonardo). See Paruta (Filippo) 
and Agostini. SicUia nvmismatics. 

Agrippa von Nettesheim (Heinricb Cornelius). 
Do occvlta pbilosophia libri tres. 6 p. 1. unp., 
ccclxii pp. fol. ICoUmia,'] 1533. 

Aguatij] (Antonio), and OiBini (Fulvio). 
De Bomanorvm gentibvs et familiis soriptores 
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Agustin de Esoudero (J.) See Bscudero. 

Ahmed Ibn Mohammed Al-Makkari (Shibdb- 
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ties in Spain. Trans, by Pascual de Ghiyangos. 
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Ahn (F. ) Rudiments of the German language : 
pronouncing, spelling, and translating. Am. 
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Aikin (John, Surgeon). Biographical memoirs 
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pp., 6 1. 80. London, J. Joknton, 1780. 

Aikin(Lucy). The arts of life. Newed. zi, 
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Aimard (GusUve). CurumiUa. 336 pp. ICP, 
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La loi de Lynch. 3« 6d. 464 pp. 12°. 

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Airy (George Biddell). Essays on tbe inva- 
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and by Claudius Caesar; the early military 
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— ^— Populdre pbysische astronomie. Aus 
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Aitken (William). Science and practice of 
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Aitssema (Leeuw van). Saken van staet en 
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Ajokaemutit illuartut Gudimik pekkors^jni- 
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Akenside (Mark). Tbe pleasures of imagina- 
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Poetic^ works. S9, Edinhurgh, 1794. 

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Akerly (Samuel). An essay on the geology of 
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69 pp. 1 map. 12^. Kew York, Goodrich ^ 
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Alabama, University of. Catalogue of the 
library. By W. G. Richardson. 8°. 2W- 
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Alaozet (Francis Isidore). Essai sur les 
peines et le systdme p^nitentiaire. xviii, 295 
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Addison, t. 7. 
Akenside, ▼. 9. 
AnacreoD, [Fawkes], t. 5. 
Apollonius Khodius, [Faw- 
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Bion, [Fawkes], ▼. 5. 
Blaokmore, t. 7. 
Blnlr, T. 8. 
Broome, t. 8. 
Browne, y. 4. 
Carew, t. 3. 
Collins, y. 9. 
Coluthos, y. 5. 
Conffreye, y. 7. 
Crasnaw, y. 4. 
Daniel, y. 4. 
Dayenant, y. 4. 
Dayies, y. 2. 
Donne, y. 4. 
Dorset, y. 6. 
Drayton, y. 3. 
Dnunmond, y. 4. 
Dryden, y. 5. 
Duke, y. 6. 
Dyer, y. 9. 
Fenton, y. 7. 
Fletcher, G., y. 4. 
Fletcher, P., y. 4. 
Garth, y. 7. 
Gay, y. 8. 
Granyille, y. 7. 
Halifax, y. 6. 
HaU,y.S. 
Hamilton, y. 9. 
Hammond, y. 8. 
Harte, y. 9. 
Hesiod, [Cooke], y. 5. 
Hill. y. 8. 

Horace, [Fruids], y. 1. 
Hughes, y. 7. 
Jonson, y. 4. 



Kinfc. T. 0. 

Lucretius, [Creech], y. 5 

Mallet, y. 9, 

Moschus, rFawkosI, y. 5. 

Musaeus, [Fawkes], y. .*&. 

Otway, y. 6. 

Ovid, [Garth], y. 1. 

PameU, y. 7. 

Pattison, y. 8. 

Philips, A., y. 9. 

Philips, John, y. 0. 

Pitt, y. 8. 

PomAret, y. 6. 

Pope, y. 8. 

Prior, y. 7. 

Rochester, y. 6. 

Roscommon, y. 6. 

Rowe, y. 7. 

Sappho, [Fawkes], y. 5. 

Sayaf^, y. 8. 

Shakspeare, y. S. 

SheWeld, y. 7. 

Shenstone, y. 9. 

Smith, y. 6. 

Someryille, y. 8* 

Spenser, y. 2. 

Sprat, y. 6. 

Statins, [Lewis], y. L 

Stepney, y. 6. 

Sucklings, y. 3. 

Sulpicia, YGrainger], y. 5. 

Theocritus, [Fawkes], y. 5. 

Thomson, y. 9. 

TibuUus, [Grainirerl, y. 5. 

Tickell, y. 8. 

Walsh, y. 6. 

Watts, y. 9. 

West, y. 9. 

Yalden, y. 7. 



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V. L Voyage 4 Granville, aax Uet Chaosey et 4 

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V. 2. Ann6lide«. Conaidirationt sor l'6tat actoel 

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Advertisenent toaohing the ooatroreniet of tho ohorch 
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Advice to the King, toaohing Mr. Satton's eftate. 
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Confession of the fiiith. 



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Considerations toaching the plantation in Troland. 

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I.«etters. 

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Ball {Bev. John). A letter of many ministers 
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BaUimore, J. D. Toy, 1860. 8. 

Baltimore city directory, 1859—60. By W. 
Eugene Ferslew. 237 pp. ^. Baltimore, 
Shei'Ufood 4- Ca>. 1859. 8. 

Baltimore library company. Catalogue of 
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Baltimore mercantile library. Catalogue, 1851. 
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Baltos (Jean Francois). A continuation of the 
answer to the history of oracles, [of Fonte- 
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priest of the cbureb of England, lanon"}. 
Izzxyii,275pp.l31. 12^. London, B. Bare, 
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Balsac (Honor6 de). Mother and daughter; 
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Balsao (Jean Louis Gues de). Letters. Trans- 
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Baker and others. 4 v. in 1. 8 p. 1. 477 pp. 

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Bampton lectures, 1865. See Mozley (Bev. 

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Bancroft (Aaron, JD. JD.) An essay on the life 
of George Washington, vii, 552 pp. 1 pi. 
8°. Worcester, Thomas 4r Sturtevant, 1807. 

Life of George Washington. 2 v. 223, 

218 pp. 18°. Boston, T. Bedlington, 1826. 

Bancroft (Edward, M. JD.) Experimental 
researches concerning the philosophy of per- 
manent colours ; and the best means of pro- 
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2 V. xlv, 401 pp; 394 pp. 8°. Philadelphia, 
T. Dobson, 1814. 8. 

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Bandello (Matteo). Romeo and Juliet ; or, the 
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Banks (John). Cyrus, the great ; or, the trag- 
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r- The same. The Albion queens, (al- 
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The rival kings. A tragedy. 5 p. 1. 54 

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The unhappy favorite ; or, Earl of Essex. 

A tragedy. 4 p. 1. 73 pp. 2 1. am. 4°. Lon- 
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— ^ Vertue betray'd ; or, Anna BuUen. A 
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Banks (T. C.) Copies and translations of the 
royal charters by which the territories of Nova 
Scotia and Canada, with the islands and seas 
adjacent, were granted, in 1621, 1625, and 
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Bannister (Bev, James). A view of the arts 
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age of Alexander the Great vii, 124 pp. 12°. 
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Baptist (The) confession of faith, to which is 
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108 pp. 18°. Portland, TkomoiBaier Wait, 
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Baraga (Bev, Frederic). A dictionary of the 
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Barbaohano (Tomaa Azmar), and Carbo 
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Barbarities of the enemy, exposed in a report 
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Barbanit (J.) Les plus beaux monnmens de 
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Barber (Joseph). War letters of a disbanded 



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Barbeyrac (Jean). Traits de la morale des 
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Barclay (John). Memoirs of the rise, pro- 
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Barclay (Robert). An apology for the qua- 
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die oesterreichische regierung gegen Ludwig 
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Barker (Jacob). Incidents in the life of J. 
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B irker (Robert). The unfortunate shipwright : 
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Birlasus. ^Sle^Baerle. 

Birlo"w (Henry Clark, M. D.) Essays on 
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Barlow (Joel). The columbiad, a poem. 2 v. 
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See "Watts (Isaac). Psalms carefully 

suited to the christian worship. 24®. Wil- 
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Barnard (Capt. Charles H.) Narrative of 
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round the world, [with] account of residence 
for two years on an uninhabited island. 266 
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Barnard (Daniel Dewey). Speeches and re- 
ports in the assembly of New York, 1838. xi, 
228 pp. 120. Albany, Oliver SteeU, 1838. 

Barnard (Rev. Frederick A. P., D. D.) Pro- 
ceedings at [his] inauguration as president of 
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Barnard (Gkorgc). The bninnens of Nassau 
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Barnard (Henry). Discourse in commemora- 
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Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet, Hartford, Jan. 7, 
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Educational memoirs of teachers, educa- 
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8^. New York, F. C. Brotvndl, 18o9. s. 



Barnard (Henry). Practical illustrations of 
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8°. Hartford, Case, Tiffany 4 Co. 1851. a 

editor. The American journal of educa- 
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Barnard {Rev. John, of MaMehead). The im- 
perfection of the creature, and the excellency 
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Barnard {Rev. Mordaunt Roger). Sport in 
Norway, and where to find it. [With] a 
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the country ; a list of the alpine flora of the 
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Barnard (W. D. W. and James). Price cur- 
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The first of hawking, the second of all the pro- 
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All compiled in 1486. And now reduced into 
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Bamet (James). Coast pilot for the lakes on 
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Bams {Rev. William). Sermons on the most 
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Bamum (Phineas Taylor). The humbugs of 
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Barocci or Barocius (F.) See Baroszi (F.) 

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Barozzi or Barocius, (Francesco). Admiran- 
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Barr {Capt. James). Correct and authentic 
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BARTOLI. 



Barra (Justo de la.) Los dos Robinsones 6 
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Barrande (Joachim). Systdme silurien du 
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' 3. 40. ProflTtte, VauUur, 1852-e7. 

CONTENTS. 
T. 1. Crn0tac6a, trUobites, xxx, 936 pp. ; atlas, 51 pi. 
T. 2. Classe dei inollusquet, ordre des cilpbalopodefl. 
xxxiv, 712 pp. atlaa, 244 pi. (In 2 v.) 

BarreiroB or Barros (Caspar). Coromentarius 
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mar : a compendious treatise on the languages, 
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Banington ( Daines). The probability of reach- 
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40. London, C. Heydinger, 1775. 

Barroia (J.) Biblioth^ue protypographique, 
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Jean de Berri, Philippe de Bourgogne et les 
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Barron (Charles). Natural history, etc. See 
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Barron {Bev. Richard). See Baron {Bev. R.) 

BarroB (Caspar). See BarreiroB (Caspar). 

Barrow (Isaac). The mathematical works. 
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The usefulness of mathematical learning 

explained and demonstrated, being mathe- 
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Barrow (Sir John). Travels in China, con- 
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parisons at the imperial palace of Tuew-min- 
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Barmel (abb4 Augustin de). Memoirs illustra- 
ting the history of Jacobinism. Translated 
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Barry (Bev. Henry Boothby). C<csar and the 
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Barry (Martin, M. D.) Zusiitze [ JFt^Kreber 
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Bartas. See Du Bartas. 

Barth (Carl). See Longhi (J.) and Barth 
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Barth ( Johann August). Pacis annis 1814 et 
1815 foederatis armis restitutes monumentum, 
orbis terrarum de fortuna reduce gaudia gen- 
tium liuguis interpretansprincipibus piisfelici- 
bus augustis, populisque victoribus liberato- 
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Bartholin (Albert). Liber de scriptis Dano- 
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Bartholin (Caspar). Enchiridion physicum 
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De studio medico inchoando, continu- 



ando, et absolvendo — consilium. [ With Con- 
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Bartlett (Elisha, M. D.) The history, diag- 
nosis, and treatment of the fevers of tlie Uni- 
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Bartlett (John Russell). Dictionary of Amer- 
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A history of the destruction of his Brit- 

nanio majesty's schooner Gaspee in Narragan- 
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Bartlett (Samuel C. D. JD.) Life and death 
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Lucemse veterum sepulchrales iconicas, ex 
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CONTENTS. 

Y. 1. Continens Tarios ritus, et lados funebres, etc. 

2 L 16 pp. 37 pi. 
T. 2. Cunt, gentiliuni dco«. 2 1. 15 pp. 46 pL 
V. 3. Cont symbola et emblemata, suuul onni lueernis 

sat-ris veterum christiuniunim. 2 1. 12 pp. (\Vant> 

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Observations on some parts of natural 

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Bartram (William). Voyage dans les parties 
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Baxtach (Adam von). Anleitung zur kupfer- 
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11 pi. 8°. Wien, J. B. WaUiahausaer, 1821. 

* 8. 

Catalogue raisonn^ de toutes les estampes 

qui formeut FcBuvre de Rembrandt, et ceux 
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■ Le peiutre graveur. 21 v. 8°. Vienne, 



J. r. Degen, P. MercheUi, 1803-21. 

CONTENTS. 
T. 1-5. Les 6ooles flamande et hoUandaise. 
T. 6-11. L'6oole allemande. 
T. 12-13. L'6oole d'ltalie. 
T. 14-15. Mart) Antoine et son 6cole. 
v. 16-21. La suite de r6oole d'ltalie. 



8uppl6ments au peintre-graveur re- 

cueillis et publics par Rudolph Weigel. v. 1. 
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Bary (Emile Louis Francois). Nouveaux prob- 
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with other matter in controversy between the 
north and the south ; being a review of the 
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protest of the minority of the late general 
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1845. 

BasiliUB, Magnus (Saint), De poetarum, ora- 
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libris, cum commentariolo Johannis Honorti. 



D, D,) The history of the 
Scotch presbytery, lanon"}. 
1. 240 pp. 1 pi. leP, ViUa 



24 1. unp., sm. 4^. Liptziek, Jae, Thanner, 

1508. 
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salons d'autre fois. Souvenirs intimes. Series 

4. 318 pp. 16^. Paris, P, Brunet, 1866. 
Basaini (Carlo). Method for the baritone 

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du pensionnat; entretienssurrhistoire saiute, 

Thistoire profaue, et la littdrature, entre une 

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Baldwin, 1865. 
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'Marriage, a theatrical dialogrue by Mr. Bellamy. 

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Select passages from the holj scriptures. 

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Bible— continued. 

Gothic. The Gothic and Anglo-Saxon 

gospels in parallel columns, with the versions 
of Wycliffe and Tyndale ; arranged, with pre- 
face and notes, hj Rev. J. Bosworth, assisted 
by G. Waring, xxxvi, 584 pp. 1 pi. 8°. Lon- 
don, J. It. Smithy 1865. 

Greek. Divinie scripturiB veteris nouaeq. 

omnia. 4 p. 1. 275 pp. l&^. Argentoraii, V. 
Cephaly 1529. 

• Bibllorum codex sinaiticus petropolita- 



nus. Auspiciis Alexandri II. edidit Tischen- 

dorf. 4 V. fol. Petropoli, 1862. 8. 
Hawaiian. Ke karioha hou a ko kakou 

haku e ola'i a Jesu Kristo. 504 pp. V29. 

Oahu, Mitionari i poi, 18S5. S. 
Indian, MauachuBctU. Mamvsse wun- 



neetupanatamwe up-biblum God naneeswe 
nukkone testament kah wonk wusku testa- 
ment. Ne quosh-Kinnumuk nashpe wutti- 
neumoh Christ noh asoowesit John Eliot. 
[2ded.] 5751. sm. 4°. Cambridge, Samuel 
Green, 1685. 

The same. Wuskv wuttesta mentum 

nul-lordumun Jesus Christ nuppoquohwussu- 
aeneumum. [New testament. 2ded.] 1701. 
sm. 4°. Cambridge, for the corporation in Lon- 
don, for the propagation of the gospel among the 
Indians in N. £., 1680. [ With the preceding]. 

Psalms and John. [Massachusetts psalter; 

asuh, Uk-kuttooho-maongasli David wcche 
winnaunchemookaonk ne ansukhogup John. 
Indian and English. Translated by Expe- 
rience Majhew.] 212 1. unp. 18^. Boston, 
B. Green, for soc.propag. Gotpel, 17C9. 
[Inipeifect : wanta title and 13 leaTes.] 

Latin. Biblia [sacra.] Interprete Se- 

bastiano Castalione. Una cum eiusdem an- 
notationibus. fol. Batilea, 1551. s. 

Mohawk. The gospel according to St. 

Mark. St. Mark Baorighwadogeaghtj . . . . 
Translated by Capt. Joseph Brant, [T'hayen- 
danegea. ] [ With 176 to 341 pp. of the book of 
common prayer, according to the use of the 
church of England. In the Mohawk lan- 
guage. 8°. London, 1789.] 

•^— - Nene karighyoston tsinihorighhoten ne 
Saint John. Gospel according to Saint John. 
116,116 pp. 24°. NewYork,Am.BibU»oc., 
1818. 

Ne totyerenhton kahyatonhscra ne roy- 

atadogenhti Paul shagohyatonni ne Corinth- 
ians. First epistle of Paul the apostle to the 
Corinthians. Translated by H. A. Hill. 50, 
50 pp. ViP. New York, young mcn*9 bible 90c., 
1834. 



Bibliographie de la France. See Journal 
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Bibliophile (Le) beige. Par M. de Eeiffen- 
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Bibliotheca Americana. Catalogue raisonnd 
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407 pp. 8^. Parit, Maitonneuve ^ Cie., 
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Bibliotheca politica, or a discourse by way of 
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BibUotheca (The) sacra. Edited by E. A. 
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V. 24. 8°. Boston, Draper 4" HalUday, 
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Bickham (George). The British monarchy, or 
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Bigorie de Laschamps (F.) Michel de Mon- 
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Bigot de Morogues (Pieri'e Marie S^bastien). 
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Bill (a) in the chancery of New Jersey, at the 
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I60. London, J. Sharpe, 1819. 
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43 1. unp. fol. Feronae, per Boninum de Bo- 

ninU de Ragxina, 1481. 
De engine et gestis Venetorum. 14 1. 

unp. fol. Veronae, per Boninum de Boninia de 

Itaguna, 1481. ( Wiih preceding). 
Italia ill iistrata. 931. unp. fol. Veronae, 

Boninum de Boninis dc Bagutia, 1482. ( With 

preceding). 
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Contents. 

V. 1. Voyages ; op6ratioDfl g6o<16fliqae8. iStudos sur 
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V. 2. Critique Iitt6raire et soieutifique. Esquitses 
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V. 3. £oonomie •ooi«Je. Voyagei de d6oouyertes. 
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Bir^tta (Saint, of Sweden). ^ Brlgitta. 

BirkinshaT^ (Maria Louisa). The chevaliers ; 
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Bishop {Rev. Robert H.) Outline of the his- 
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Bishop's (The) council ; with reminiscences of 
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The same. Supplement. 4°. Clare- 

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Blako (Bev, Mortimer). A centurial history 
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Blake (William). Designs illustrating The 
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Blano (Jean Joseph Louis). History of the 
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[No more published in Engllshl. 

Blanohard (£mile). See Cuvier (Q. L. C. F. 
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Blanchard (P.) and Dauzats (Adrien). Snn 
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Blanoo (Manuel). Flora de Filipinas. ixxviii, 
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Bland (Robert, M. D. ) Observations on human 
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Blaney (Capt.) An excursion through the 
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Blaiaford (H. F.) See Salter, John William 
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Blatchly (A.) Mining and milling in the 
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BledRoe (Albert Taylor, LL. D.) Is Davis a 
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Blenkam(John). British timber trees : their 
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Bluxne (Friedrich). Iter italiovm; archive, 
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— — 8tranger*6 guide to the city of New York. 
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Blunt (George W. ) The way to avoid the centre 
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Brodie (George). History of the British em 
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Brome (James). Travels over England, Scot- 
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Bromfield (William Arnold, M, D,) Flora 
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phaenogamous or flowering plants and ferns 
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8ir W. J. Hooker and Thomas B. Salter. 
XXXV, 678 pp. 1 pi. atlas, 1 map. 8°. Lon- 
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Letters from Egypt and Syria, xv, 2S 

pp. 1 pi. 8°. London, Iprivately printed'], 
1856. 8. 

Bromley ( W.) Several years' travels through 
Portugal, Spain, Italy, Germany, Prussia, 
Sweden, Denmark, and the United Provinces. 
lanon."] iv, 280 pp. 12°. London, A, Boper, 
1702. 

Bronn ( Heinrich Georg). Essai d'une rdponse 
ii la question de prix proposde en 1850, par 
racadomie des sciences, savoir; 6tudier les 
lois de la distribution des corps oi^nisds 
fossiles dans les difforente temuns s^dimen- 
taires, suivant Tordre de leiu* superposition, 
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V. 1. Einleltung. I. TheiL Koemiaohec lebcn. il. Th. 

Tellurifohes leben. 
T. 2. iiL Th. Owanisches Icben. Ergebnlsse baapt- 

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Bronn (Heinrich Georg). Lethsoa geognostica, 
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8. 

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Untersuchungen tlber die entwickelungs- 

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Bronsted (Peter Olaf). Keisen und untci^ 
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8. 

The same. Voyages dans la Grdce, 

accompagniSs de recherches arch^ologiques, 
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Brook (Mary). Reasons for tha necessity of 
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Brookes (L. De Garmo). Modem dancing, 
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Brookes (Richard, M,D.) A new and accu- 
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CONTEXT8. 

T. L Quadrupeds, Including amphibious a&imals. fron 
andlixards. ** ' 

v. 2. Birds ; with the method of brinring up and man- 
aging those of the singing kind. 

T. 3. Fishes and serpents, ineluding sea turtles, orusta- 
ceous and shell fishes. 

T. 4. Insects. 

V. 5. Waters, earths, stones, fossils, and minerals. 

v. 6. Vegetables. 



Brooklyn {L. /.) Documents and plans, sub- 
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Brooks (J. Tyrwhitt, if.D.) Four months 
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Brotoff (£mst). Chronica und antiqaitates 
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Brougham (Henry, lord). Political philosophy. 
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Bronghton (Thomas Duer). Costume, charac- 
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Brcwn (Charles F.) Artemus Ward in Lon- 
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Brown {Rev, J. Newton). Encyclopedia of 
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Browne (Isaac Hawkms). Poems upon vari- 
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Browne (Patrick, M. D), The civil and natu- 
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Browne (Sir Thomafi). Workg. Edited by 
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CONTENTS. 

T. 1. Fonr books of vulfi^r errors. 

V. 2. The three last books of rulgar errors, nUgio 

medici, and the garden of Cyrus. 
T. 3. Urn-burial, christ^ morals, miscellanies, oor- 

respondence, etc 



Certain miBcellany tracts. 4 p. 1. 215 

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• Hydriotaphia, ume-burial, with the gar- 



den of Cyrus. 4p. 1. 73pp. Ipl. 4°. Lon- 
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Pseudodoxia epidemica; or, enquiries 



into very many received tenets and commonly 
presumed truths. 4th ed. 8p.l. 468 pp. 81. 
4°. London, E. Dod, 1658. 

-The same. 6th ed. 10 p. 1. 440pp. 61. 



49, London, Natk. Elins, 1672. 

• Religio medici, with annotations. Also, 



observations by Sir Kenelm Digby. 4 p. 1. 
144 pp. 4°. London, Andrew Crook, 1672. 
[ With his Pseudodoxia epidemica. London, 
1G72.] 

Browne (Thomas Gunter). Hermes unmasked; 
or, the art of epeech, founded on the associa- 
tion of words and ideas. 128 pp. 18^. Lon- 
don, T. Payne, 1795. 

Browne (William ). Britannia's pastorals and 
other poems. 8^. Edinburgh, IjyZ, [Ander- 
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Browne (W. H. Lieut. B. X,) Ten colored 
views taken during the arctic expedition of 
Sir James C. Ross, with summary of the 
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Brownell (Charles DeWolf). The Indian 
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Brownell (lienry Howard). The people*s 
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Hartford, L, Sttbbini, 1854. 8. 

Bruce (D.) Poems, chiefly in the Scottish 
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Wathinffton, John Colerick, 1801. 

Bruce (Qeoi^>)> . Specimen of printing types 
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The same. 180 1. unp. 8°. New York, 

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The same. 124 1. unp. 8°. New York, 

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Briiok (R.) £lectricit6, on magniStisme dn 
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The same. 2« partie. 2 v. xv, 298 



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BruxeOet, Delavingue di CaUewaert, 1655-58. 

8. 

Bru^n (Bev, Mathias). Essays, descriptive 
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and France. By an American. lanon,'\ 
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Bmhns (C.) Die astronomische strahlen- 
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Brunet (Jacques-Charles). Manuel du libraire 
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Broni (Leonardo Aretino). See Aretinus. 

BniniuB (C. G.) Nordens fildsta mctropol- 
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Skanes konsthistoria llir medeltidcn. 

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Bronner (Andreas). Annalium boicoruro libri 
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Briinnow ( Dr, F. ) Lehrbuch der sphurischen 
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Bruns'wiok-Liineburg (August herzog von). 
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BruBoambille. Ipseudon,"} &e Dealauriers. 

Brush (George T.) Supplements (viii to x). 
With Dana (James DAvight). Supplements 
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Brusen de La Martinidre ( Antoine Auguste). 
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Bryan (James. M. D.) Treatise on the anato- 
my, physiology and diseases of the human 
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Bryant (Charles S.) History of the great 
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Bryant (Jacob). Observations upon the poems 
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A treatise upon the authenticity of the 

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Bryant (William Cullen). Letters of a traveller; 
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Voices of nature. With illustrations. 91 

pp. sq. 18°. New York, D. Appleton de Co, 
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Bryce (T. A. LL. D.) American commer- 
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Brydges (Sir Samuel Egerton). Cimelia : seu 
ezamen criticum librorum, ex diariis literariis 
lingua pnecipue gallica, 1665-1792, scripUs, 
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G. Pick, 1823. 
^5 copies printed.) 

Brydgea (Thomas) See Homer. Burlesque 
translation. 2 v. 16°. New York, 1809. 

Buch (Das) der geologic, oder die wunder der 
erdrinde und der urwelt. Unter benutzung 
von " Jukes' popular geology" bearbeitet von 
einem altcn geologen. Durchgcsehen von C. 
C. ritter V. Leonhard. 2 v. in 1. viii, 192 
pp. 8 col. pi. vi, 160 pp. 10 col. pi. 8°. 
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Buchanan {Rev. Claudius). Memoir on the 
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Buchanan (George). Opera omnia, curante 
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CONTEXTS. 

T. L Vita, ab ipso loripta. 

Tcfltimonia. 

Editionum oatologns. 

Benun Bcoticaram historia. 

De Jare regni apud Scotos. 

Deteetio Marie regriiue Sootorum. 

Aue admonition to the trew lordif. 
T. 9. De metris Buchananiwia. 

Poemata omnia. 

Rudimenta grammatlces. 

Lodoictti de ratione studiL 

De proflodia libellus. 

Epistolae. 

— ^— Renmi scoticarum historia : ejusdemque 
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Edinburgi, 1827. 8. 

Buchanan (Harrison Gray). Asmodeus; or, 
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Buchanan (James, British con$ul). Sketches 
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North American Indians. 2 v. 182 pp ; 156 
pp. 16°. New York, BorradaiU, 1825. 

Buchanan (Robert). Idyls and legends of 
Inverbum. 206 pp. 18°. London, A, Strahan, 
1865. 

Biichele (Dr, C.) Land und volk derVereinig- 
ten Staaten von Nord Amerika. viii, 622 pp. 
80. StuttgaH, Halherger, 1855. 8. 

Buchon (Jean Alexandre). LaGrdoe conU- 
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C, Gosselin, 1843. 

Buchachriften (Die) des mittelalters mit be- 
sonderer berucksichtigung der deutschen, 
und swar vom sechsten jahrhundert bis zur 
erfindung der buchdruckerkunst historisch- 
technisch begrilndet. 45 pp. 23 pi. 8^. 
Wien,k,hofund8taat»druekerei,19&2. i-With 
Hagen (T. ) Urkendenbuch f&r die geschichte 
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Buohael (Carl, D. D.) My ministerial ex- 
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Buckingham (Jhthe of). See VillieiB (Geoi^). 

See Sheffield (John). 

Buckingham (James Silk). America, histo^ 
rical, statistic, and descriptive. 2 v. 515 pp. ; 
516 pp. 1 pi. 8°. New York, Harpers, 
1841. 8. 

National evils and practical remedies, 



with the plan of a model town, xxx, 512 pp. 
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Travels in Assyria and Persia, xvi, 545 

pp. 1 map. 1 pi. 4°. London, H, Colbwm, 
1829. 

Buckingham (Joseph Tinker). Miscellanies 
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256 pp. 12P, Boston, J, T, Buckingham, 
1822-24. 

Buckland (William, D. D.) Geology and 
mineralogy considered with reference to natu- 
ral theology. 2 v. 443 pp; viii, 131 pp. 69 
pi. 8°. Philadelphia, Carey, Lea A Blanch' 
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Reliquia) diluviauao ; or observaUons on 

the organic remdhs contiuned in caves, fis- 
sures, and dilnvi:d g^ravel, and on other geo- 
logical phenomena, attesting the action of an 
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Buckler (John Chessell). Sixty views of en- 
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Buckley (S. B.) A proliminary report of the 
geological and ngrioultural survey of Texas. 
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The same. [With Texas. Journal H. 

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Buokmaeter (J. C.) The elements of me- 
chanical physics. 222 pp. 12°. Philadel- 
pkia, H. C. Baird, 1866. 8. 

Buokner {Rev. H. F.) and Herrod (O.) A 
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tist Dom. and Ind. mission hoard, 1860. 8. 

Buddeus (Aurelio). Schweizerland. Natur 
und menscheiileben. 2 v. 246 pp; 320 pp. 
12°. Leipzig, AvenaTiusundMendelssohn,\SSA. 

Bud^ (Guillaume). De cotemptu rerum fortui- 
tarum libri trea 67 1. sm. 4°. [Pariiiis, 
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Buder (Christian Gottlieb). Bibliotheca scrip- 
torum rerum germanicarum. See Struve 
(Burkhard Gotthelf ). Coi-pvs historicD Ger- 
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Budge (Julius). Uber die bewegung der iris. 
X, 206 pp. 3 pi. 8°. Braunschweig, Vieweg, 
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Bndgell (Eustace). Memoiis of the life of 
Charles, late Earl of Orrery ; and likewise of 
the family of Boyle. 2d ed. [With] an ac- 
count of Hon. Kobert Boyle, xl, 268, 34 pp. 
12°. Lond<m, W. Hears, 1731. 

Budington (William Ives, D. D.) History 
of the first church, Charlestown, [Mass.] 
258 pp. Ipl. 8°. Boston, Charles Tappan, 
1846. 

Buff (/>r. Heinrich). GrundzUge der experi- 
mental phy^ik, mit rucksicht auf chemie und 
pharmacie. viii, 676, 53 pp. 6 pi. 8°. Hei- 
delberg, C. F. Winter, 1853. 8. 

Lehrbuch der stdchiomctrie. 2« aufl. 

X, 213 pp. 8°. NUmberg, J. L. Schrag, 
1842. 8. 

Zur physik der erde. Vortrage fUr ge- 

bildcte Uber den einfluss der schwere und 
wiirme auf die natur dor erde. 3 p. 1. 621 
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Buffon (George Louis Leclerc, eonUe de). 
CEuvres completes, augmentdes parF. Cuvier 
de deux volumes suppldmentaires, offrant la 
description des raammif^res et des oiseaux les 
plus remarquables d^couverts juRqu'A ce jour. 
29 V. 8o. Atlas, 236 pi. large 8^. Paris, F. 
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CONTENTS. 

T. 1-3. Th6orie de la torre. 
T. 3-4. Histoir« det miu6raaz. 



T. 5-8. fipoanes de U nstnre. 
T. 10. Ezperienoes rar v^g^taox. 
T. riO] VL Hbtoire det animaax. 
T. 11-13. HIstoire da lliomma. 
T. 14-18. MammiMrea. 
T. 19-96. Olseanx. 
T. [27.] Table det matidret. 
SnppL T. 1-9. Mammiftret. Par F. Curler. 
[Atlat imperfect; wanting pL 1, 2, 7, &] 



Natui^eschichte der vogel, aus dem 

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nature du soleil et de la lune, mis en rapport 
avec le pronostic du temps, d^duits d'observa- 
tions neerlandalses de 1727 k 1846. 5 p. 1. 
123pp. 10 tab. 40. l7«recA<,ircmiiii:, 1847. 8. 

Byam (William). An exact relation of the 
most execrable attempts of John Allin, com- 
mitted on the person of Francis lord Wil- 
loughby of Parham, captain general of Gui- 
ana, etc. 12 pp. sm. 4°. London, Richard 
Lownde*, 1665. 

Byfield (Natlianael). An account of the late 
revolution in New England. 20 pp. sm. 4P. 
London, R. ChisweU, 1689. 

Byf ord ( William H. M. D. ) Practice of med- 
icine and surgery a]^licd to the diseases and 
accidents incident to woman. 2ded. 616 pp. 
8^. PkUadelphia, Lindsay ds Blakiitan, 1867. 

By-Laws, muster-roll, and papers selected 
from the archives of the first troop Philadel- 
phia city cavalry, from 1774 to 1840. 64 pp. 
8^. Philadelphia, C. Sherman <t- Co. 1840. 

Byrd (William). History of the dividing line 
and other tracts. 2 v. xix, 233 pp ; 276 pp. 
40 Richmond, Fa. I J. Mun$ell, pr."] 1866. 

CONTENTS. 

T. 1. History of the dividing Una between Virginia 

and North Carolina, as ran in 1728-29. 
T. S. Jouraey to the laad of Eden and other tnuits. 

Bym (M. Lafeyette, M. D.) The family phy- 
sician, and household companion ; a treatise, 
in plain language, on health and diseases, with 
treatment. 377 pp. 11 pi. OP, New York, 
M. L. Bym, 1867. 



B5rrom (John). The universal English short- 
hand, ix, 92 pp. 8°. Manchester (Eng.) 
Joseph Harrop, 1767. 

Byron (Qeorge Gordon Noel, lord). The cor- 
sair. 96 pp. 18°. Philadelphia, Moses Thomas, 
1814. 

Don Juan, [canto 1 and 2]. Newed. 



2 p. 1. 227 pp. 8°. London, T. Davison, 1819. 
The same. 2 v. 2 p. 1. 343 pp ; 4 p. 1. 

371pp. 18°. London, T. Davison, l%iS. 
The Giaour, a fragment of a Turkish 

tale. [Isted.] 3p.l. 41pp. 8<^. London, 

J. Murray, 1313. 
Hours of idleness, a series of poems, 

original and translated. [Ist published ed.] 

xiii, 187 pp. 16°. Newark, S. 4r J. Ridge, 

1807. 
Lara, a tale. \^anon. 1st ed.] 4p.l. 

93 pp. 18°. London, J. Murray, 1814. 
Manfred, a dramatic poem. [1st od.] 

80pp. 80. London, J. Murray, l&n. [With 

the Giaour, ed. of 1813]. 

- Marino Faliero, doge of Venice. 179 pp. 



I80. Philadelphia, M. Carey 4r Sons, 1821. 

Poems on his domestic circumstances. 

2ded. 36 pp. Ipl. 8<^. London, W. Hone, 
1816. [fr»<A the Giaour, ed. of 1813].| 

The vision of judgment [anon.'\ Isted. 

38 pp. 16°. London, T. M. Rowe, 1822. 
[ With the Giaour, ed. of 1813.] 

Bysshe (Edward). The British Parnassus; 
or, a compleat common-place-book of English 
poetry. With a dictionary of rhymes. 2 v. 
3 p. 1. 986 pp. I60. London, J. NuU, 171 4. 

Bywater(Abel). The Sheffield dialect. 2ded. 
296 pp. I80. London, W, Evans f Co. 1854. 

CabaniB (Pierre Jean Georges). (Euvres com- 
pletes; accompagn^es d'une notice sur sa vie 
et ses ouvrages. 5 v. 8^. Paris, Bouange, 
1823-25. s. 

CONTEXTS. 
T. 1. R^Toliitions et i^forme de la medicine. 

RapPOTtsur I'organisation des 6ooles de mMioine. 

Du degr6 de certitude de Ui ni6dicine. 
T. S. Journal de la maladie et de la mort de Mirabeau. 

Observotions sur les affections catorrtiales. 

Mote sur le supplice de la guillotine. 

Quelques principes et quelques voes sur let 
secoun publics. 

Observations sur les bdpitauz. 

Travail sur TMuoation publique. 

Mote sur un genre partioulier d'aponlexies. 
T. 3-4. Raiports du pbysique et du nunral de rbomme. 
T. 5. Lettre sur les causes premidres. 

Discours sur Hinpocrate. 

£lore de Vicq-d'Axyr. 

Motice sur BeiOamin Franklin. 

Lettre sur les poSmes d'Hom^re. 

Fragments de la traduction de I'lliade. 

Sennent d'nn m6dioin. 

Rapports du physique et du moral de 

riiomme. 2« 6d. 2 v. xliii, 569 pp; 720 pp. 
80. Paris, Crapelet, 1805. 8. 



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Cabanis (Herre Jean Georges) Sketch of 
the rcTolutioDB of medical ecience, and views 
rekting to its reform. Translated from the 
French, with notes, hj A. Henderson, xii, 
421 pp. SP, London, J, Johnton, 1806. 
Cabeza de Vaoa (Alvaro). See Nufiez 

Cabeza de Vaoa (Alvaro). 
Cabinet (Tlie) ; or, works of darkness hrought 
to light; a retrospect of the anti-christian 
conduct of some of the leading characters in 
the society of friends, towards Eliaa Hicks. 
[ByL. P. anon.l 2ded. 36pp. 8°. Fhila- 
delphia, John Mortimer, 1825. 

Cabinet of Momus ; a choice selection of hn- 
rooarous poems, from P. Pindar, Fr^neau, 
Ladd, Swift, etc. viii, 136 pp. 6 pi. 16^. 
Philadelphia, M, Carey, 1809. 

Cabinet de Tdloqucnce fran^ise, en forme de 
dialogue; trte utile et ndcessaire pour ap- 
prendre It bien parler en toutes compagnies, 
etc. \^anon.'] 47 pp. 18®. Troye$, Chumier, 
labout 1695. With La Valliere (ducheae 
de). Vie, 1695.] 

Cabrera. See Cayetano de Cabreia. 

Cadwalader (John). Reply to Qen. Joseph 
Reed's remarks on a late publication in the 
Independent gazetteer; with some observa- 
tions on his address to the people of Pennsyl- 
vania. With the letters of Washington, Ham- 
ilton, etc. [pp. 15-64 of Smith (Horace W.) 
l^uts for future historians to crack.] 

CaBsar (Caius Julius). Comraentariomm de 
hello gallico, libri vii; Hircii addiUo. Com- 
mentariorum de hello ciuli, libri iii. Hirtii 
de hello alexandrino, afiico, hispano, iv-vi. 
fol. renUi%s,Bemardinui,U98. iWUhAn- 
niuB. Comentaria, etc. fol. 1493.] 8. 

Qus extant, interpretatione et notis illjis- 

travit Johannes Qodvinus, in usum Delphini. 
New edition by William Mann. 304 pp. 3 maps. 
S9. Philadelphia, DeHlver, Thonuuf Co, 1836. 

-^-^ The commentaries of his warres in Gal- 
lia, translated into English, with many obser- 
vations thereupon by Clement Edmonds, with 
the life of Ciesar and an account of his medalls. 
23 p. 1. 196 pp. 6 pi. ful. London, B, Daniel, 
1655. 

Observations upon Cassar's commenta- 
ries of the civile warres betwixt him and 
Pompey, by Clement Edmonds, [with the 
art of our tactick practice]. 142, 10 pp. 6 
pi. fol. London, R, Daniel, 1655. [ tt'ith 
Csesar (C. J.) Commentaries of his warres 
in Gallia. Xoiuian, 1655]. 

CaesioB (Fredcricus). 8u Hernandez (F.) 

Call. See Derosne. 



Calamy (Edmund). An abridgment of Mr. 
Baxter's history of his life and times, with an 
account of the ministers, etc. who were ejected 
after the reetauration of king Charies iL 
[With the reformed liturgy.] 2d ed. 2 v. 
12 p. 1. 726, 82 pp; 16 p. 1. xxxii, 864 pp. 1 pi. 
\^, London, J, Lawrence, 1713. 

— — -— A continuation of the account of the min- 



isters [etc.] who were ejected and silenced 
after the restoration in 1660, by or before the 
act for uniformity. 2 v. Ixxii, 1,005, 63 pp. 
120. London, B.Ford, mn, 
-^— The church and the dissenters compared 
as to persecution, [with remarks upon Dr. 
Bennett's essay on the thirty-nine articles]. 
145 pp 120. iondon, 1727. [fFWlv.2of 
Calamy (E.) Continuation of the account of 
ministers ejected, ed. 1727]. 

Caloott (Wellins). A candid diMiuidtion of 
the principles and practices of the most antient 
and honourable society of free and accepted 
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pp. dP, New York, J, W. Leonard f Co. 
1855. 

Calderini (Carlo, M, D.) Prospetto clinico 
sopra le malattie veneree, e particolarmente 
suUa cura di esse senxa mercurio. 123 pp. 
4 tab. 8^. miano, Tamburini e Valdoni, 
1835. 8. 

Caldwell (Charles, If. D.) Elements of phren- 
ology, viii, 100 pp. 1 pi. 8^. Lexinjton, 
(Ky.) author, 1824. 8. 

Calef (Robert). More wonders of the invisible 
world ; [containing] an account of the suffer- 
ings of Mai^garet Bule, written by the Rev. 
Mr. C[otton] M[ather]. Several letters to 
the author and his reply relating to witch- 
craft, etc. London, N. Hillar, 1700. Reprint. 
212. 167 pp. sm.40. 1866. 
( With Drake (S. O.) Witcbovaft delosioo in New 
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Calendar of letters, despatches, and state 
papers, relating to the negotiations between 
England and Spain, preserved in the archives 
at Simancas and elsewhere, v. 2. Henry viii, 
1509-1525. Edited by G. A. Bergenroth. 
ccxix, 863 pp. 8^. London, Lonffmant, 1866. 

Calfbill (James, D. D.) Answer to John Mar- 
tialVs treatise of the cross. Edited by Rev. 
Richard Gibbmgs. xii, 418 pp. 8^. Cam- 
bridge, univ, prea, 1846. 
[Parker fooiatj publtoationt.] 

California. Geological survey. J. D. Whit- 
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California. Geological surrey. — Continued. 

CONTENTS. 

Ashburner (W.) Tabular stAtemont of the operations 
of the principal qaartz mills running in California in 
1861. (app. A.) 

Meok (F. B.) Descriptions of fossils from the aurifer- 
ous slates of California, (app. B.) 

"Whitney (J. D.) Preface. G eolo^ry of the coast range, 
pt. 1. Geology of the Sierra Nerada. pt. 2. 

The same. Palieontology. v. i. xx, 

243 pp. 321. 32 pL 4°. Fhiladelphia, Sher- 
man f Co. 1864. 8. 

CONTENTS. 

Oabb (William M.) DesoripUon of the triaasio foMils 
of California and the adjacent territories. § 2. De- 
soription of Uie cretaceous fossils. § 4. 

Meok (F. B.) Description of the carboniferous fossils. 
§1. Description of the Jurassic fossils. $ 3. 

'Wiiitney (J. D.) Preface. 

Geographical catalogue of the mollusca 

found west of the Rocky Mountains, between 
latitudes 33° and 49° north. By J. O. Cooper. 
40 pp. 4°. San Francisco, Tovme df Bacon, 
1867. 8. 

California and her gold regions, compiled fh>m 
the best sources, laium,'] 70 pp. 16°. Phila- 
delphia, G, B. Zieher, 1849. 

California gold regions, with a full account of 
their mineral resources, and sketches of Cali- 
fornia. 48 pp. 8°. New York, F, M, PraU, 
[about 1850.] 

California state library. Catalogue, Jan. 1, 
1855. 172 pp. 8°. Sacramento, B. B, Red- 
ding, 1855. 8. 

Calliat (Victor), and Lance (Adolphe). 
leditort'}. See Encyolop^die d'architecture. 

Callisen (Adolph Carl Peter). Medicinisches 
schriftstellcr-lexicon dcr jetzt lebenden acrzte, 
u. s. w. 33 V. 16°. Copenhagen und Altona, 

1830-45. 8. 

CONTBNT8. 

T. 1-21. A— Z, 1830-4J5. 

T. 22-23. Die anonymischen sohriften, niit einsohluss 
der cholera, derhom5opathio, und der pharmacopden, 
orzneitazen, und allffemeinen medicinal ordnnngen. 

T. 23-425. Die seitschrmen, gesellschaftsohriften, und 
die gesammelten schriften mehrerer verfiisser. A — Z. 

T. 26--33, Nachtrag ; enthaltend beriohtigungen,ergftn- 
xuogen, die nenere literatur, und die seit 1830 vers- 
torl^nen medicinischen schrlftsteller. Miteiuigen 
beitrftgen ron Choulant, Koberweiu, Richter, und 
A. von SchSnberg. A— Z. 

T. 33. Die perioduchen und gesaminelten schriflon. 
A— Z. 

Callistratus. iSee Philostratiui. Qutesvper- 
svnt omnia. Lipnae, 1709. 

Calmberg (Ernst Philipp Ludwig). Katalog 
der [seiner] hinterlassen hibliothek. 3 p. 1. 
275 pp. 8°. Hamburg, Meismer, 1851. 8. 

Calmell (L. F. M, D.) De la folie considdr^e 
sous le point de vue pathologique, philoso- 
que, historique et judiciaire, depuis la renais- 
sance des sciences en Europe, jusqu' au dix- 
8 



nenvidme si^le. 2 v, viii, 534 pp. 8°. Parii, 
J. B. BaiUUre, 1845. 

Calvert (George H.) First years in Europe. 
303 pp. 12°. Boston, W. V, Spencer, 1866. 

Calvert (James). Mission history. See "Wil- 
liama (Thomas) and Calvert, (J.) Fiji, etc. 

Calvin (Jean). Institytionvm christiance reli* 
gionis libri iv. Praemissa est vita, authore 
T. Beza. 16 p. 1. 544, 54 pp. fol. Ltigduni 
Batavorum, F. Hack, 1654. 8. 

Calvo (Charles). Amdrique latine. Recueil 
historique complet des trtutds, conventions, 
capitulations, armistices, questions de limites, 
et autres actes diplomatiques et politiques de 
tousles MbXb compris entre le golfedu Mexique 
et le cap de Horn, depuis Pannde 1493, jusqu'it 
nos jours. 1* p6iiode. v. 7-10. 8°. Paris, 
Durand, 1865-66. 

The same. 2* pdriode. Annales histo- 



riques de la revolution de F Amdrique latine, ac- 
oompagudes de documents k Pappui. De Tan- 
n€e 1808, jusqu'^ la reconnaissance de Tindd- 
pendence. v. 4-5. 80. Pom, Duranrf, 1865-67. 

Calwer (C. G.) Recensio avium in academic! 
liberi baronis de Mueller omithologico museo 
stuttgardiano collectarum. 2 p. 1. 77 pp. 8^. 
Stuttgardice, typis officina regice, 1854. 

Cambridge (Eng.) University. Calendar for 
1867. xxxviii, 614 pp. 1 chart. V/9, Cam- 
bridge, Deighton, Bell dr Co. [1867.] 

Graduaticantabrigienses : sive catalogus, 

exhibens nomina eorum quos, ab anno mdciix- 
MDCCCXxm, g^du quocuuque omavit acad- 
emia cantabrigiensis. 537, 28 pp. 8^. Can- 
tabrigiae, J, Smith, 1823. 

Mechanical problems, adapted to the 



course of reading pursued in the univerenty 
of Cambridge, [anon.'] vi, 184 pp. 8^. 
London, G. B. WhUtaker, 1828. 8. 

Camden society publications. Nos. 92 and 
93. sm. 40 Xon(2on, 1867. 

CONTEXT8. 
Accounts and popcrs relating to 3fary queen of Scots. 

Edited by A. J. Crosby and J. Bruce. (No. 93]. 
Borgrave (John). Pope Alexander the seventh and 

the college of cardinals, with a catalogue of Dr. 

Bargrav^s moseuxn. Edited by J. C. liobertson. 

[No. 92). 

Camden (William). Britannia, newly trans- 
lated into English, by Edmund Gibson 17 p. 1. 
cxcv, 1116 pp. 22 1. fol. London, A. Swalle, 
1695. 8. 

Cameraxiua or Kammermeister (Philipp). The 
living librarie, or, meditations and observa- 
tions historical, natvral, moral, political and 
poetical. [Translated from] Latin into English 
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fol. London, A. Islip, 1625. 



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Cameron (Charles Haj). Addrese to parlia- 
ment on the duties of Great Britain to India 
in respect of the education of the natives, and 
their official employment. 175 pp. 8^. Lan- 
doHf Longman, Broum ^ Co, 1853. 

Campaign (Tlie) of general Moreau, in Ger- 
many, in 1796 ; with the retreat through the 
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J. Davit, 1813. 
[Royal military ohronicle, t. 1]. 

Campanella (Tomasso). His advice to the 
king of Spain for attaining^ the universal 
monarchy of the world. Translated into 
English by Ed. Chilmead, with preface by 
William Pryune. 7 p. 1. 232 pp. sm. 4°. 
London, Philemon Stephens, 1659. 

Campbell (Albert H. ) Beport upon the Pacific 
wagon roads. 125 pp. 6 maps. QP. Wa»h- 
int/ton, government press, 1859. 8. 

Campbell ( lUv. Alexander). Debate on chris- 
tian baptism with Eev. W. L. Maccalla, a 
presbyterian teacher, October 1823; with 
animadversions on treatises on the same sub- 
ject, written by J. Mason, S. Ralston, etc. 
420 pp. 16^. Bvffaloe, (Fa.) Campbell f 
Sola, 1824. 

Familiar lectures on the pcntateuch; 

delivered [at] Bethany college, 1849-60. 
Also extracts from his sermons, [and] sketch 
of [his] life. Editedby W. T. Moore. 379 pp. 

1 pi. 12^. CincinnaH, H, 5. Bosworth, 
1867. 

and others. The christian hymn book. 

840 pp. 24^. Cincinnati, B. S, Bosworth, 
1867. 

Campbell ( A. D. ) Dictionary of the Tcloogoo 
language, commonly called the Gentoo, pecu- 
liar to the Hindoos of the N. E. provinces of 
the Indian peninsula. 5 p. 1. 601 pp. 4<^. 
Madras, 1821. 8. 

Campbell (E. R.) Scientific reader and key. 

2 V. in 1. 12^. Cincinnati, 1854. 8. 
Campbell (Gabriel). New practical course in 

the German language, part 1. 44 pp. 12^. 

Chicago, 1867. 
Campbell (J. Allan). Design book [for funeral 

monuments], 1867. Containing 91 designs. 

33 1. unp. obi. l(P, IChicago,"} J. A. 

Campbell, 18C7. 
Campbell (J. F. ) Frost and fire ; Avith sketches 

taken at home and ab* oad by a traveller. 2 y. 

xxxi, 506 pp; xii, 519 pp. 2 maps. 8°. 

Edinburgh, Edmonston d: Douglas, 1865. 
Campbell (J. L.) Manual of scientific and 

practical agriculture. 442 pp. 1 pi. col. 12^. 

PhUadelphia, Littdsay d: Blalisttm, 1859. 8. 



Campbell (Lawrence D. ) Life of Hugh Boyd. 
See Boyd (Hugh). 

Campbell (Mark). Self-mstructor in the art 
of hair work, dressing hair, [etc.] and hair 
jewelry. 276 pp. incl. 50 pi. 8°. New York, 
M. CampbeU, 1867. 

Campbell (Thomas). Gertrude of Wyoming ; 
a Pennsylvanian tale. And other poems. 4^. 
London, T, Bensley, 1809. 

Campe (Joachim Heinrich). Le nouveau Rob- 
inson, pourservirliramusementet dFinstruc- 
tion des enfans. Traduit de T Allemand. 24°. 
xiv, 436 pp. Londres, Darton Js Harvey, 
1807. 

Campo or Campi (Antonio). Cremona rap- 
presentata in diseg^o, col suo contado, et illus- 
trata d'una breve historia et dei ritratti de 
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Camps (William, M, D.) Railway accidents 
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spinal cord, and other portions of the nervous 
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Canada. (}eolog^cal survey. Report of progress 
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Dawson, 1865. 

The same. Report of progress from 1863 



to 1866. viii,321pp. 8<^. Ottawa, Q. K Des- 
barats, 1866. 

- Seventh report from the select committee 



of the house of assembly on grievances. 
[With] report on the petition of William 
Forsyth, late proprietor of the Niagara fiJls 
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Canadas (The) as they now are, comprehend- 
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Cancellierl (Francesco Girolamo). Disserta- 
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Boma, F, Bovrlik, 1809. S. 

Candid (The) retrospect; or, the American 
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Candolle (Alphonse de). Q^graphie botanl- 
que raiBonnde. 2 v. xxxii, 1,365 pp. 2 mapa ; 
8°. Paris, V. MaaiOii,185S. 8. 

Candolle (AugusUn Pjramus de). M^moires 
et souvenirs ; Merits par lui-mdme et publids 
par son fils. xvi, 599 pp. 8^. Genhfe, J, 
Cherbuliez, 1862. 8. 

Candy (Thomas and George). See Moles- 
worth (J. T.) and Candy. 

Canina (Luigi). L'architettura antica descritta 
e dimoetrata coi monument!. 3 v. fol. 
Boma, Canmi, 183(M4. 8. 

CONTENTS. 

T. 1. L'nrohltatturoegiziona. viipp. 197 pL 1639-44. 
T. 2. L'arohitetturo greoa. tH pp. 166 pi. 1830-40. 
T. 3. L'iftrohitettararoinaoa. Tiiipp. i25iipL 1830-40. 

Canning (George). See Poetry of the Anti- 
jacobin. 
Cantii (Cesare). Storia di cento anni (1750- 

1850). 4* ed. 5 v. 16°. ToHno, 18G3-64. 

8. 
Cantii (Ignazio). L' Italia scientifica contem- 

poranea ; notiziesugli Italian! ascritti ai cinque 

immi congress!. 6 p. 1. 320, 172 pp. 8°. 

MUano, SuUa, 1844. 8. 

Cap (Paul Antoino). Camille Montague, bota- 

niste. viii,98pp. 1 portrait. 8°. Fari$,J,B. 

BaiUiere, 1866. s. 

Capefigue (Jean Bapdste Honors Eaymond). 

Agnds Sorel et la che valeric, xi, 227 pp. 16^. 

Parii, Amyot, 1860. 
^-^— Aspasie et le sidcle de Pdriclte. xvi, 

216 pp. 160. Paris, Amyoi, 1862. 

— Les bacchantes et les jeunes patriciens 
sous les C^sars. xxiii, 178 pp. 16^. Paris, 
Amyot, 1864. 

-^— ^ La belle Corisande et les galanteries du 

B^anuus. 2 p. 1, viii, 214 pp. 1 pi. 16^. Paris, 

Atnyot, 1864. 
La comtesse de Parabdre et le palais royal 

sous la r6gence. 2 p. 1. vii, 204 pp. portrait. 

16°. Paris, Amyot, 1863. 

Les oours d'amour, les comtesses et 

chatelaines de Provence. 2 p. 1. vii, 204 pp. 

Ipl. 8o. Paris, Amyot, ISSS, 

— Les dresses de la liberty. 8, 260 pp. 
Ipl. 160. Pam, ^myo<, 1862. 

Diane de Poitiers, v, 305 pp. 16°. 

Paris, Amyot, 1860. 
— ^— La duchesse de Portsmouth et la cour 

galante des Stuarts. 2 p. 1. xxiv, 199 pp. 

portrait 16°. Paris, Amyot, 1861. 
Gabrielle d'Estr^ee, et la politique de 

Henri iv. xx, 278 pp. 16^. Paris, Amyot, 

1859. 
:— Les heroines de la ligue, et des mignons 



de Henri iii. 2 p. 1. viii, 233 pp. 1 pi. ICP, 

Paris, Amyot, 1864. 
Madame la comtesse Du Barry. 2 p. 1. 

vii, 276 pp. 160. Paris, Amyot, 1858. 
Madame la marquise de Pompadour. 

2 p. 1. iii, 296 pp. IS^. Paris, Amyot, 1858. 
Mademoiselle de la ValUdre, et les favor- 
ites des trois ages de Louis xiv. xi, 276 pp. 

yp, Paris, Amyot, 1859. 
Ninon de Lcnclos, et les prdcieuses do la 

Place royale. 2 p. 1. viii, 218 pp. 1 pi. 16<^. 

Paris, Amyot, 1864. 
Capel( Arthur, \st earl of Essex). Letters written 

[by the] lord lieutenant of Ireland, 1675, 

[with] historical account of his life, xvi, 428 

pp. AP. London, J, Dodsley, 1770. 
Capmany y Montpalau (Antonio de). Me- 

morias historicas sobre la mariua, comer- 

oio, y artes de la antigua ciudad do Barcelona. 

4v. 40. Madrid, Ant.de Sancha,Vn^d-^, 
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Bela^aro yerdadeire dos trabalhoe ({ ho ^remador dS 
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CoUeotion of several treatises concerning the 
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The same, [imp : p. 19 in ms.] 

Confession (A) of faith owned and consented 
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bourgeoises ik 1a mode; L'6t6 des coquettes; 
La folle enchere. 

T. 2. La inaison de campagne; L'imprompta de 
fl^arnisoD ; Lai*arisienoe ; La femme d'intrigucs ; 
Lad6solalionde8jououse8; La gazette; L*oi*6ra 
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Les venduDges de Suresne; La fuire Saint Ger- 
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bon; Prologue et divertissemens nouveaux 
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T. 4. Les vaoances ; Ilenaudi et Annide ; La loterie ; 
La charivary; Le retour des offioiers; Les 
civieux de Compidgne; Le mari retrouv6; 
Nouvean prologue, et nouveaux divertisse- 
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T. 5. Les fees; Les enfans de Paris; La feste de 
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y. 7. I>es ngiotours; La com^dio des com6diena, ou 
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Y. 8. LMnpromptn de Suresne ; L'inpromptu de LIv-y ; 
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V. a The Paradiso. Till, 453 pp. 



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Part iii. Monograph of British oolitic and Hasio bra* 
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• An introduction to the knowledge of 



rare and valuable editions of the Greek and 
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Diooionario universal de historia y de geo- 
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Ap^ndice al diccionario universal de his- 
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The same. [Globe edition.] 335 pp. 

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The same. [Diamond ed.] 

[ With OliTer Twiit Diamond ed. sq. IG^. Boston, 
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Bamaby Rudge. [Globe ed.] Illustra- 
ted by Darley and Gilbert. 3 v. in 1. 16°. 

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The same. [With sketches by Boz. 

part ii.] Riverside edition. Illustrated by 

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The same, and Hard times. [Diamond 

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Le baron de Grogzwig. Traduit de 

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Bleak House. [Globe ed.] Illustrated 

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The same. [Diamonded.] With illus- 



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Christmas books. [Riverside ed.] Illus- 
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The same. [Diamond ed.] With illus- 
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Great expectations. [Globe ed.] 2 v. in 

1. 336,334 pp. 2 pi. 16°. INew York,:i Hurd 
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The same. [Diamond ed.] sq. 16°. 

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Hard times for these times. [Globe ed.] 

333, 338 pp. 2 pi. 16°. INew York, Hurd 
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The same. [Diamond ed.] sq< 18°. 

( With Bamaby Budge. Diamond ed. pp. 373- 
523.) 

The haunted man and the ghosf a bar- 
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Little Dorrit. [Globe ed.] Illustrated 

by Darley and Gilbert. 4 v. in 1. 1,231 pp. 
4 pi. 16°. New York, Hurd d:Houghton,l867. 

The same. [Diamond ed.] With illus- 
trations by S. Eytinge, jr. ix, 480 pp. 16 pi. 
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Martin Chuzzlewit. [Globe ed.] Illus- 
trated by Darley and Gilbert. 4y.ini. 14 pi. 
.16°. New York, Hurd ^ Houghton, 1867. 

The same. [Riverside ed.] Illustrated by 

Darley [and others]. 4 v. in 2. 44 pi. 12°. 
New York, Hurd f Houghton, 1867. 

The same. [Diamonded.] Illustrations 

by 8. Eytinge, jr. xiii, 480 pp. 16 pi. sq. 18°. 
Boston, Ticknor ^ Fields, 1867. 

Nicholas Nickleby. [Globe ed.] 4 v. 



in 1. 16°. New York, Hurd f Houghton, 1867. 
The same. [Diamond ed.] Illustrated 

by 8. Eytinge, jr. sq. 18°. Boston, Ticknor 

<L' Fields, 1861. 
The same. 



[Biverside ed.] Illustrated 
by Darley [and others]. 4 v. in 2. 43 pi. 
12°. New York, Hurd ^ Houghton, 1867. 

Old curiosity shop. [Globe ed.] Illus- 
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The same ; and Reprinted pieces. [Dia- 
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. jr. X, 480 pp. 4 pi. sq. 18°. Boston, Ticknor 
«fe FUlds, 1867. 

The same. 



[With reprinted pieces and 



sketches by Boz. Part I. Riverside ed.] 
Illustrated by Darley [and others. ] 4 v. in 2. 
602pp. 17 pi; 636pp. 35 pi. 12°. New York, 
Hurd A Houghton, 1867. 

-Oliver Twist. [Globe ed.] Illustrated by 



Darley and Gilbert. 2 v. in 1. 318, 300 pp. 2 
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- The same. [Riverside ed.] 2 v. in 1. 



318, 300 pp. 16°. New York, Hurd <fe Hough- 
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•The same. Also pictures from Italy, 



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• Our mutual friend. [Globe edition. ] Il- 



lustrated by Darley and Gilbert 4 v. in 1. 
1,206 pp. 4 pi. 16°. New York, Hurd <fe 
Houghtfm, 1867. 

•The same. [Diamonded.] With illus- 



trations by 8. Eytinge, jr. pp. 479. sq. 18°. 
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• Pictures from Italy. [Globe edition.] 



250 pp. 1 pi. 16°. [New York, Hurd A 
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Globe ed.) 
The same. 



[ With Oliver Twist Diamond ed. sq. 18o. Boston, 
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Reprinted pieces. [Globe ed.] 16°. 

( With " Hard times." pp. 63-338, and " Old 

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• The same. [Diamond ed]. sq. 18°. 



(With "Old curiosity "shop, pp. 321-480. 
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•The same. [Riverside ed.] (With 



" Old curiosity shop." Riverside ed. v. 2. 
pp. 211-298.) 

•Sketches by Boz. [Globe ed.] 2v.ini. 



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The same. ' [Riverside ed.] 338 pp. 

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The same; and Great expectations. 



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Calonlating and reghtenng machinet. 34 pp. 

Chemistry of manufactures. 24 pp. 



Corn and bread : what they are to machinery. 24 pp. 

Electricity : industrial applications of. 24 pp. 

Fire and light: oontriTanoes for their production. 24 



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Glass and its roanuftictnre. 24 pp. 
Gold : in the mine, the mint, and the workshop. 24 pp. 
India-rubber and gutta-percha: 24 pp. 
Pnp«r: its applications and its novelties. 24 pp. 
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192 pp. 09. Athens, (Ga.) college, 1858. 8. 



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Gtoorgia (Univenit^r of). Supplement to the 
printed catalogue. 1849. [Mes. 8 1. 8^.] s. 

Georgia Mississippi company. Grant to the 
Georgia Mississippi compauj, the constitution 
thereof, and extracts relative to the company's 
lands. Published by order of the directors. 
28 pp. 8°. Auffutta, J, E, fimith, 1795. 

Gtora (Francisco). De la fabrication du fro- 
mage. Trad, de Vltalicn par y[ict]or Rendu. 

t 2 p. L 251 pp. 2 pL 8°. Porit, Roret, 
1843. 

Gtoraldini (Alessandro). Itinerarivm ad re- 
giones svb leqvinoctiali plaga' constitvtas. 
20 p. 1. 284 pp. 18 1. 18^. BomcB, Gulielmut 
FacewUi, 1631. 

Gerard (Alexander). Account of Koonawur 
in the Himalaya. Edited by G. Lloyd, xiii, 
308, xxTi pp. 1 map. 8°. London, Madden 
A Co, 1841. 

Attempt to penetrate theGaroo, etc. See 

Uoyd {Sir William.) 

Gerard (Pierre Auguste Florent). Ferdinand 
Rapi^dius de Berg. Mdmoires et documrats 
pour servir ik Thistoire de la revolution bra- 
lian9onne [de 1787-89]. 2 v. 8°. BruxeUety 
J)emanet, 1842-43. S. 

G^rsurdin (Scbostien). Tableau 61cmentaire 
d' omithologie ; ou, bistoire naturelle des 
oiseaux que Pon rencontre commun^ment en 
France. 2 v. cxi, 396 pp; 2 p. 1. 523 pp. 
OP, Parii, ToumeitenJUe, 1806. S. 

GerarduB Cremonenfie, See Gherardo. 

Oetbe (Z.) See Degland (C. D.) and Gerbe. 

Gtorhard (Dr. Eduard). Neuerworbene antike 
denkmaler des kuniglichen museums zu Ber- 
lin. 3 V. in 1. 8^. Berlin, Druckerei der K. 
Ahad. der frietentelu^ften, 1830-46. S. 

CONTENTS. 
▼. 1-3. Nachtrag sum reneichiilss der vaseniomm- 

lUDg. 

▼. 2. VaseDsaminlang No. 1630—1600. 

Gerhard (James W. ) Ostrea ; or, the lores of 

the oysters. A lay by A. Fishe Shelly. 

[p$eudon,2 72 pp. 12°. New York, T. J. 

Crowen, 1857. 
Gerhard (W. W. M, D.) Clinical lectures. 

8°. PAt^odc/p/tia, 1848. 

[ With Gravbs (R. J.) ClInioQl modiclne.] 
Gtorlao (Pieter or Peterssen). Ignitum cum 

Deo Boliloquium. Edidit J. Strange. 132 pp. 

240. CoUmioi, J. M. HeberU, 1849. 
Germar ( Ernst Friedrich ). Coleopterorum 

species noYse, aut minus cognite, descriptioni- 

bus illustratio. [Insectorum species, v.l.] 



xxiv, 622 pp. 2 p. 8°. Halee, J. C, Hendel, 
1824. 8. 

[No more poblished.] 

Die im bemstein befindlichen hemip- 

t«ren und orthopteren. 

r With Berbndt (G. C.) Die im bemstein reato, etc. 
T.3. 1856.] 

Gtorstaoker ( Friedrich ). Wanderings and for- 
tunes of some German emigrants. Translated 
by David Black. viii,310pp. 12°. London, 
D. Bogue, 1848. 

Gtorvaia (Paul). Histoire naturelle des mam- 
mif^res. 2 ▼. xxiv, 418 pp. 32 pi ; 344 pp. 
68 pi. 80. Parity L, Curmer, 1854-55. fl. 

Listes des ouvrages et mdmoires de zo- 

ologie et d'anatomie comparde. 8 pp. 8^. 
Montpellier, Boehm, 1852. 8. 

[ With Gbrvais (P.) MammifdrM. 1 

Gervaise (Nicolas). Histoire naturelle et poll- 
tique du royaume de Siam. 8 p. 1. 324 pp ; 
4 1. 1 map. 40. ParUy C. Barhin, 1688. 

S. 

Geaner (Abraham, F, G. S,) Third and fourth 
reports on the geological surrey of the pro- 
vince of New Brunswick. 2 v. in 1. xiv, 
88 pp. 101pp. 8°. Saint^ohn, JI. Ckulb, 
1841-42. 8. 

Gayabeek (P. G. Witsen). Biographisch, an- 
thologisch, on critisch woordenboek der neder- 
duitsche dichters. 6 v. 8^. Atneterdam, C. 
J. i&AZfVcr, 1821-27. 

GMrorer (August F. ) Kritische geschichte des 
urchristenthums. Philo und die jildisch-alex- 
andrinische tlieosophie. 2^ auflage. 2 pte. in 
1 v. Ixxvi, 536 pp. 80. Stuttgart, Q. 
Schweizerbart, 1835. 8. 

Ghent. Bibliotlieca gandavensis. Catalogue 
m6thodique de la bibliothdque do runiversitd 
de Gand ; pr^c4d6 d'une histoire de cette bib- 
lioth^ue, etc. par Aug. Voisin. Jurispru- 
dence. Ixxxii, 394 pp. 1 pi. 8^. C. Annoot- 
Broeelman, 1839. 8. 

Gherardo da Cremona, or Gherardo di Sabbi- 
oneita. Astronomical geomancy. Translated 
by R. Turner, pp. 231—318. 
[With AoaiPPA Ton Nettesheim (H. C.) Oeoolt phi- 
losophy. 178a] 

Ghost stories ; collected with a view to coun- 
teract the vulgar belief in ghosts and appari- 
tions. lUust. by Barley. 192 pp. 10 pi. 12^. 
New York, J, Miller^ 1865. 

Ghostly colloquies. By the author of '' letters 
from Rome." lanon,"] 267 pp. 12°. New 
York, AppleUm A Co. 1856. 

Giannetasio (Niccol6 Partenio). Piscatoria et 
navtica. 4p.l. 317 p. 11 pi. 18^. Neapoli, 
typie regOe, 1685. 



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GILES. 



GManutio. See Mantia, Orazio Qianutio della. 

Oibbon (Edward). Historj of the decline and 
fiill of the Soman empire. 5th Amer. ed. 4 v. 
8°. New Torhf Harpers, 1835. 8. 

Gibbon (Lardner). Exploration of the vallej 
of the Amazon. See Hemdon (W. L.) and 
Gibbon. 

Gibbons (J. S.) Public debt of the United 
States, [comprising] its organization, its liqui- 
dation, administration of the treasuiy, the 
financial system, zii, 276 pp. 12°. New York, 
AppUtont, 1867. 

Gibbe (George). Dictionary of the Chinook 
jargon, or trade language of Oregon, ziv, 
41 pp. 8°. WatihingUm, 1863. 
(flmithaonian mlsool. colL v. 7]. 

Instructions for research relative to the 

ethnology and philology of America, iii; 51 
pp. 8°. WaihingUm.l^Z. 
(Smithsonian misool. culL v. 7J. 

Gibbe ( Joeiah Willard). Teutonic etymology : 
the formation of Teutonic words in the Eng- 
lish language. 13D pp. 16°. New Haven, 
(Conn.) Peck, White <f- Peck, 1860. 

Gibson (Rev, Charles B.) Life among con- 
victs. 2 v. X, 304pp; viii,305pp. portrait. 
120. London, Hurst A BlackeU, 1863. 

Oihaon (Vldmund, bishop of London), Pastoral 

letters to the people of his diocese. 192 pp. 

8°. Oxford, 1825. 

[ With RAXDOLTn (John, bishop qf London). Enchi- 
ridion theologicom, t. 2J. 

Gibson (William, M, D,) Institutes and prac- 
tice of surgery. 7th ed. 503 pp; 478 pp. 34 
pi. 80. Philadelphia, Kay <fc Bro. 18J5. 

GUbson (William Sidney). Miscellanies, his- 
torical and biographical ; being a second series 
of essays, lectures, and reviews, iv, 385 pp. 
8^. London, Longmans, 1863. 

Giobel (Christian Gottfried Andreas). Allge- 
meine paleeontologie; entwurf einer system- 
atischen darstellung der fiiuna und flora der 
vorwelt. viii, 413 pp. 8°. Leipzig, A. Abel, 
1852. 8. 

Fauna der vorwelt, mit steter berQck- 

sichtigung der lebenden thiere. Monograph- 
isch dargestellt v. i. 1-4 : ii, 1 : iii, 1. 8°- 
Leipzig, F, A. Brockhaus, 1817-56. s. 

I No more published, down to 1807. J 

CONTENTS. 
T. i. Wirbelthiere. 

Abth. f. Sftugethiere. zt, 281 pp. 1647. 
** 2. V6gel und omphibien. xi, 217 pp. 1847. 
** 3. FiMhe. xil, 4tf7 pp. 1848. 
T. 11. Gliederthiere. 

Abth. f. Inseoten ondipinnen. xriii, 511 pp.1856. 
T. ilL MoUuiken. 

Abth. L Cepholopoden. xri, 856 pp. 1852. 

De geognostica septeptrionalis Hercy niie 



fostigii constitutions. 33 pp. 8°. Halis, 
Ploetz, 1848. 8. 

Paldozoologie ; entwurf einer system- 

atischen darstellung der fiiuna der vorwelt 
vui, 359 pp. 8^. Merseburg, Bulandt, 1846. 



^-— — Die silurische fauna des Unterharzes 
nach 0. Bischors sammlung bearbeitet. 72 
pp. 7 pi. 49, Berlin, O. Bosselmann, 1858. 

Gilbert (Dr, J.) and Martin (C. A. F.) PnScis 

d'hiPtoire naturelle. 2 v. 549 pp ; 500 pp. 8^. 

Paris, biibliothique eceUsiastique, 1839-40. 8. 

CONTENTS. 

T. i. G6oIog^e. min^ralofrie, botaniqoe. 
Y. IL Anatomie, phyaiolof^e, xoologie. • 

Gilbert (James). Modem atlas of the earth, 
with an introduction to physical and historical 
geography, by Robert Mudie. xx, 228, 52 
pp. 56 maps. 2 pi. 4^. London, H, O. CoU 
lins,\_aboutlS\0'\. s. 

Gilbert (John T.) History of the viceroys of 
Ireland ; with notices of the castle of Dublin, 
xxxvi, 613 pp. 8°. Dublin, J. Jhtffy, 
1865. 

Gilbert (Joseph Henry). Growth of barley 
and clover by different manures. See Law^es 
(J. B.) and Gilbert. 

Gilbert (Linncy). India illustrated; an his- 
torical and descriptive account, viii, 232 pp. 
21 pi. 8°. LoTM^m, [n. d.] 

Gilbert (Louis). La marbn>rie ; 120 planclies 
gravdes reprdsentant des travaux de mar- 
brerie; monuments fundraires, chemindet, 
autels, fonts baptismaux, dallages, etc. 4^. 
Paris, A. Morel, ds Cie. 1860. 

Gilbert (William, M, D.) De magneto, mag- 
neticisqve corporibus, et de magno magnete 
tellure. viii, 240 pp. fol. Londini, P, Short, 
1600. 

Gilbert (William). De profundis. A tale of 
the social deposits. 2d cd. viii, 444 pp. IQP, 
London, A, Strahan, 18G6. 

Gildas. De excidio Brittaniie liber querulus. 
ful. Oxonice, 1691. 

[Gals (Thomas) and Fell (John). Reram nnglioft- 
rum Bcriptoret vetereo. Oxcnim, 1664-9L t. 3.] 

Glldemeister ( Johann). Scriptorum arabum 
[MasiUdii, Ibn Hauqualis, Abulfadse, Qazvtnii ] 
de rebus indicis loci et opuscula inedita. 
[Latine et Atabice, cum oommentatione.] 
Fasciculus primus, xiv, 223, 80 pp. 8°. 
Bonna, H. B. Konig, 1833. 
(No more published.] 

Giles (Rev. Chauncey). Lectures on the nature 
of spirit, and of man as a spiritual being. 
206 pp. 12^. New York, New Jerusalem pub, 
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GIRAUD. 



QUI (John). The Bcripturea the onlj guide in 
matters of religion. 44 pp. 16°. London, G. 
Keith, 1751. 
t Imperfect ; pp. 3 and 4 wanting). 

Gillet (Joseph A.) The Cambridge course of 
elementary physics. See Rolfe ( W. J.) and 
amet (J. A.) 

GWlett (Bev, E. H.) Ancient cities and em- 
pires ; their prophetic doom, read in the light 
of history and modem research. 302 pp. 20 
pL 129. Philadelphia, Pretibyt, pub, com. 
[1867]. 

England two hundred years ago. 363 

pp. 5 pi. 1(P. PhUaddphia, Freshyt.hoard 
of pub. [186G]. 

History of the presbyt^rian church in 



the United States of America. 2 v. xxiv, 
576 ppj xii, 605 pp. 8o. PhUadelpkia, 
Presb. pub. com. 1864. 

- Life and times of John Hubs. 2d ed. 



lp$evdon.'] 333 pp. 12°. Boston, Lee 4" 
Shepard, 1867. 
Gilpin (Bernard). Sermon preached before 
king Edward vi, 1552. 

[ With Gilpin (Willtam). JAvcb of Latimer and Gilpin. 
3d ed. eP. London, 1780]. 

QUpin (William, M.J.) The life of Hugh 
Latimer, bishop of Worcester. 197 pp. 31. 
12°. London, J. <fc J. BivingUm, 1755. 

The lives of Hugh Latimer and of Ber- 
nard Gilpin. 3d ed. viii, 368 pp. 8°. 
London, B. Blamire, 1730. 

■ The lives of John Wickliff, and of lord 



2v. XX, 632pp; xiii,651pp. 8°. Boston, 
Oould f Lincoln, 1864. 

Gilllland (William). Journal and other papers. 
[See Watson (Wlnslow C.) Pioneer hirtory of tlie 
Ghamplain valloy, etc. J 

Gilliss (James Melville). The U. S. naval 
astronomical expedition to the southern hemis- 
phere, during the years 1841^2. v. i, ii, iii, 
andvi. 4°. Wcukington,Oov. print. 185^-66. 
[No more pablished.] 

CONTENTS. 

Y. i. Chile ; its gftograpby, climate, eortliqaalces, gor- 
emment, social condition, mineral and agricultural 
resources, commerce, etc. ziii, 556 pp. 3 maps, 
11 pL 

T. il. Tlie Andes and pampas, by A. HacRae ; min- 
erals, by J. L. Smith; Indian remains, by T. 
Ewbank; mammals, by S. F. Baird; birds, by J. 
Cassin; reptiles, fishes, and Crustacea, by C. 
Oirard; shells, hy A. A. Oould; dried plants, by 
A. Gray, living plants and seeds, by W. D. 
Bmckenridge ; fossil mammals, by J. Wyman ; 
fossil shells, by T. A. Conrad, ix, 'dOO pp. 2 maps, 
35 pi. 

T. iii. Observations to determine the solar parallax. 
By J. M. Oilliss. oolxxxviii, 492 pp. 

▼. vi. Blagnetionl and meteorological observations. 
xlTiii, 420 pp. 

Gilman (Daniel Coit). A historical discourse, 
delivered in Norwich, Connecticut, Sept. 7, 
1859, at the bi-ccntennial celebration of the 
settlement of the town. 2d ed. with addi- 
tional notes. 8^. Boston, 1859. 

Oilman {Bev. Samuel). A week among au- 
tographs, pp. 371-460. 

f App. to Gn.MAN, (CaA>lino). Pootry of travelling In 
the United States. 16°. N. T. 1838]. 

Gilmore (James R.) Life of Jesus, according 
to his original biographers, with notes. By 
Edmund Kirke. Ipseudon.'] 297 pp. 16°. 
Boston, Lee <{? Shepard, 1867. 

On the bortler. By Edmund Klrkc. 



Cobham, John Hubs, Jerome of Prague, and 
Zisca. 2d ed. 10, 272 pp. 5 1. 5 pi. 8P. 
London, J. Bobson, 1766. 

Gilpin (William). The central gold region. 
The grain, pastoral, and gold regions of North 
America. With some new views of its phys- 
ical geography, and observations on the 
Pacific railroad. 194 pp. 6 maps. 8°. Phil- 
adelphia, Sower, Barnes 4* C?o. 1300. 

Gloacchimo calabrese. Vaticinia Joachimi 
abbatis calabri. See Merlin. 

Girac (Emilius). Appendix and notes to 
Marx's theory of musical composition, vi, 
166pp. 8°. New York, Mason Bros.{\^A\. 

The same. 



[Supp. to Marx's theory of musical composition]. 
Girard (Charles, M. D.) Ichthyology. 

[TTtiA EMORY (W. H.) Report on the U. S. o.il 
Mexican boundary survey, v. 2, pt. 2J. 

Mammals. 8. 



[ With Baird (Spencer F.) Outlines of zoologyl. 
- Reptiles, fishes, and Crustacea [of Chile]. 



[ With GiLUSS (J. M.) U. S. astron. exped. ▼. 2]. 

Girard college. See Bache (A. D.) Meteor- 
ological observations, etc. 

Girardin (£mile de). De ^instruction publique 
en France. 464 pp. 32°. Paris, A. Desrez, 
1840. 8- 

The same. S^fid. 481pp. 16°. Paris, 



Mairet et Founder, lf^42. 

Girardin (Swnt Marc). De I'instruction inter- 
m6diare, et de son 6tat dptns le midi de TAUe- 
magne. 2 pts. in 1 v. viii, 415 pp. 8°. Paris, 
F. G. LevrauU, 1835-39. 8. 

Giraud (Pierre Francois F61ix Joseph). Cam- 
pagne de Paris en 1814, pr^c^dde d'un coup 
d'oeil sur celle de 1813. 6" 6d. 124 pp. 8^. 
Paris, A. Eym^ery, 1814. e. 

^— — The same. Official nan^ative of the cam- 
paign in France, 1814, preceded by a view 
ofthatof 1813. With Buonaparte's bulletins 
from the armistice to [his] abdication, pp. 
493-570. Ipl. 80. London,\%U. 
[Royal military chronicle, v. 3J. 



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0L0S80GRAPHIA. 



Oiraadeau (Bonayenture). lutroductio ad 
linguam graecam. Ed. noya. xii, 431 pp. BP. 
Avenione, F, Seguin, 1821. 8. 

Qirault (A. L. A.) Astronomie Bimplifide. 836 
pp. 32^. Pari$» Librairie des icoUs, 1836. fl. 

Girault (A. N. Prof, at Annajx^). The 
French student's manual. 4th ed. 480 pp. 
12<>. Philadelphia, H, Perkins, 1818. S. 

Qirault deSt Fai*g6au (Eusdbe). Bibliographie 
historique et topographique de la France ; ou 
catalogue de tous les ouyrages depuis le xy« 
sidcle jusq'au mois d'ayril, 1845. 8^. Parit, 
F. Didot, 1845. 8. 

Oirtanner ( Christoph ). AusfUhrlicbe darstel- 
lung des darwin'schen sjstems der praktischen 
heilkunde, nebst einer kritik deeselben. 2 y. 
lyi, 599 pp; XXX viii, 468 pp. 8°. GotHnyen, 
J, G. Bosenbusch, 1799. 8. 

Gisbome (Thomas). The principles of moral 
philosophy inyestigated, and applied to the 
constitution of ciyil society. With remarks 
on the decision of the house of commons, 
April 2, 1792, respecting the abolition of the 
slaye trade. 4th ed. xi, 466 pp. 8P, Lim- 
don, T. Cadell ^ W. Daviet, 1798. 

QielaBon ( Conrad). Donsk ordabok med islenz- 
kum thjdingum. yi, 596 pp. fol. Kavpman- 
naho/h, B, Luno, 1851. 8. 

OiBtel (Johannes). Die mjsterien der euro- 
paischen insectenwelu Ein geheimer schliis- 
sel Air sammler aller insecton-ordnungen und 
stande, etc. xii, 530 pp. 12^. Kempten, T, 
Dannheimer, 1856. 8. 

' Naturforschcr dicss und jenseits der 

oceane. 372 pp. 16°. Straubing, J, Schonur, 
1856. 8. 

Givry ( ). Pilote fran^ais. Instructions 

nautiques (partte des cdtes septentriouales de 
France comprise entro la pointe de Barfleur 
et Dunkerque). yiii, 4DJ pp. 12 pi. 4"^. 
Parii, Dip6t de la marine, 1842. 8. 

The same. (Entre les casquets et la 

point de Barfleur. Enyirons de Cherbourg.) 
yi, 139 pp. 2 pi. 4P. Parii, DSp6t de la ma- 
rine, 1845. 8. 
- The same. (Entre le phare des H^ux de 



BrtShat et le phare du cap de la Hogue.) yiii, 
543 pp. 16 pL 4°. Paris, DipSt de la marine, 
1851. 8. 

Glaisher (James, F, R, 8, ) On the meteorology 
of England, the south of Scotland, and parts 
of Ireland, 1851— 1859. 21 pts. in 1 v. 8°. 
London, British met. soc, 1651-59. 8. 

Glas (George). Canary islands. See Abreu 
de Galineo (Juan dc). 



Glaaoook (William N.) Nayal sketch book ; 
or, the senrice afloat and ashoi^. [anon,'\ 
2 y. in 1. xxiy, 251 pp ; 28'3 pp. 12°. Lon- 
don, H. Colbum, 1826. 

Glasgow uniyersity. Catalogus impressorum 
librorum in bibliotheca academiac glasguensis. 
Lahore A. Arthur. 598 pp. ful. Glasgua, 
in aedXbus academicis, 1791. 8. 

A supplement to the catalogue of books 

in the uniyersity library. 2 p. 1. 520 pp. 8°. 
8°. Glasgow, A, A J. if. Dancan, 1825. 8. 

A second supplement to [same.] 2 p. 1. 

800pp. 8°. Glasgow,UniversUypress,\&^, 8. 

Catalogue of books bought trom August 

20th, 1844, till August 20th, 1846, for the 
uniyersity library, out of the compensation, 
fund allowed by goyemment on the abolition 
of priyilege under the copyright act xxxyiii, 
730pp. 8^. Glasgow, G,Richardson,lS4!^, 8. 

Gla8l(Carl). Excui^ionsbuch ; odor, anleit- 
ung alio korper der drei naturreicho su sam- 
melu, zuzubereiten, in sammlungen auBKUStel- 
len und su erhalton, etc. yii, 142 pp. 8^. 
Wien, W. BraumOller, 1863. 8. 

Glaaae (Francis). Memoirs of Andrew Win- 
penny, count de deux sous. 224 pp. 8°. 
London, 1841. 
[Hoslitt's romAooistand noTelist*! lib. t. 3.] 

Glauber (.Tohann Budolph). Operis mineralis 
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Glendeiming( Robert). Thoptnetum. London, 
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Glenn (James). The mysteries of nature re- 
yealed; or, the identity of light, heat, and 
electricity fiilly established. 55 pp. jdf^. New 
York, author, 1846. 8. 

Gliddon (George R.) Ancient Egypt; her 
monuments, hieroglyphics, history, and ar- 
ch»ology. 66 pp. 8©. New York, J, Win- 
chester, 1843. 8. 

No. 2. An appeal to the antiquaries of 

Europe on the destrucUon of the monuments 
of Egypt. 2 p. I. 160 pp. 8°. London, J. 
Madden df Co. ISil. 

Gloger (Constantin Lambert). Das abandem 
der ydgel durch einfluss des klima's, etc. 
xxxii, 159 pp. 8^. Breslau, A, Schulz ds Co, 
1833. 8. 

Gloria PatrL Prayers, chants, and responses 
for public worship. [Uniyersalist]. 214 pp. 
12^. Boston, B. A. Ballou, 1866. 

Gloasographia anglica noya; or, a dictionary 
interpreting hai-d words of whateyer language, 
used in English, lanon.'i 2d ed. 337 1. unp. 
8"^. London, D. Brown, 1719. 



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GOMARA 



Qlover (Anna). Glover memoriaiB attd gene- 
alogies. An account of John Glover of Dor- 
chester, and his descendants, ix, 602 pp. 8^. 
Botton, D. Clapp <f ton, 1867. 

Gmelin (Carl Christian). Flora hadensis 
alsatica et confinium regionum cis et trans- 
rhenana, plantas exhibens. 4 v. 8^. CarU- 
rukae, MiUler, 1805-26. S. 

Qmelin (Samuel Gottlieb). See Histoire, etc. 
dans la Russie. 

GneiBt (Rudolf). Das englische yerwaltangs- 
rccht ; mit einschluss des heeres, der gerichte 
und der kirche, geschichtlich und systemat- 
isch. 2 V. XV, 1374 pp. 8o. Berlin, J, 
Springer, 1867. 

Godard (Ernest). ]6tude8 sur la monorchidie 
et la crjptorohidie chez Fhomme. [Extract.] 
164 pp. 4 pi. 8^. Paris, $oc, de biologie, 
1857. 8. 

Qodart (Jean Baptiste). Histoire naturelle 
des l^pidopt^res, ou papillons, de France. 
V. 1-4. 8o. Paris, Crevot, 1821-22. 8. 
[Wanting t. 5-8.] 

Tableau m6thodique des l^pidoptdres, ou 

' papillons, de France, etc. Diumes. 64 pp. 
8°. Parit, Crevot, 1823. 8. 

[With QOOABT, hilt, nat desl6p{doptdretde France, 

T.2.) 

Godby (James). Italian sceneiy; representing 
the manners, customs, and amusements of the 
states of Italy ; containing thirtj-two coloured 
engravings, by J. Godby, from original draw- 
ings by P. Van Lerbergtli : the narrative by 
M.Buonduti. 411. unp. 32 pi. fol. London, 
T. APLean, 1823. 

Godet (Charles H.) Enumeration des v€g6- 
taux vascul^res du Jura Suisse et fhm^ais, 
plus sp^alement du canton de Keuch&tel. vi, 
233 pp. 8o. Neuchdtel,H, fToJ/ro^, 1851. 8. 

Flore du Jura; ou, description des Y6g6- 

taux yasculaires, etc. xvi^ 872 pp. 8^. 
NeuehdUl, auteur, 1853. 8. 

Godey'B lady's book. Edited by Mrs. S. J. 
Hale and L. A. Godey. July 1866, to June 
1867. V. 73-74. 8°. Philadelphia, Louia J. 
Qodey, 186^-67. 

Godfrey (Thomas, jr,) Juvenile poems on 
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stahl gestochen, etc. 2 abtheile in 1 v. 7 p. 1. 
xxiv, 994 pp. 8^. Stuttgart, LitertUur-comp- 
toir, 1840. 
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CONTENTS. 

Abth. I. Zeichnungen mit dor vollst&ndlgen erkl&r- 
ung von O. C. Liohtenbenr und einer lebensgesohtollte 
von P. Kottenkamp. 3 p. L xxiv, pp. 1-539. 

Abth. 2. Zeichnungen mIt der vollst&ndlge erkl&mng 
von F. Kottenkamp. 4 p. 1. pp. 561-994. 

Hogre'we (Johann Ludwig). Beschreibung 
der in England seit 1759 angelegten und jetzt 
grdstentheils vollendeten schiffbaren kaniile. 
Nebst einem versuch einer geschichte der in- 
liindischen schiffahrt. 6 p. 1. vi, 164 pp. 
12 pi. 4°. Hannover, H. M. Pockwitzt, 1780. 8. 

Hohmann (Christian Heinridh). Practical 
course of instruction in singing. Part 1; exer- 
cises and songs for jounger classta. 38 pp. 
sq. 18°. Boston, O. Ditson, 1856. 8. 

Hoikehonua. He mau palapala aina a me-na 
niele no ka hoikehonua. 16 pp. 8 col. maps. 
18^. Lahainaluna, 1840. 

Hoisington (Henry Richard, editor), Tlie ori- 
ental astronomer : a complete system of Hindu 
astronomy, (Tamil and English). 2 v. in 1. 
2 p. 1. 177 pp ; 145 pp. 8°. Jaffna, Am, mission 
press, 1848. 8. 

Holbach (Paul Henri Thiry, baron d*). Le 
bon sens du cur^ J[ean] Meslier. Suivi de 
son testament. [Public par Voltaire.] 380 pp. 
16^. Paris d: BruxeUes, [about 1792]. 

H(51bein (Hans). The dance of death, engraved 
by W. Hollar. [Prefiice and description of 
plates by F. Douce, with the daunce of Mac- 
aber, by John Lydgate.] 1 p. 1. 81 pp. 
32 pi. 23 1. 1 pi. IGo. London, J, Simco, 
1792. 8. 

The same. [New ed.] 12°. London, 

1804. 8. 

Holberg (Ludvig). An introduction to uni- 
versal history. Translated by G. Sharpe. 
A new edition, revised by W. Radcliffe. xxv, 
354 pp. dP, London, L. Davis [and others'], 
1787. 

Nicolfd Elimii iter svbterranevm, novom 

tellvris theoriam ac historiam qviutie monar- 
chist adhvc nobis incognita exhibens. Ipseu' 
don."] 380 pp. 4 pi. 16°. Hafniae, J, 
Preuss, 1741. 

Holbrook (Bev, Anthony). ChrisUan essays 
upon the immorality of uncleanness and duel- 
ling ; two sermons. 46 pp. 12^. London, 
jr. Wyat, 1727. 

Holbrook (John Edwards). North American 
herpetology ; or, a description of the reptiles 
inhabiting the United States. 5 v. 147 col. 
pi. 40. Philadelphia, J, Dobson, 1842. 

Holoombe (Henry D. X>.) The first fruits, in 
a series of letters. 228 pp. 16°. Philadelphia, 
Ann Cochran, 1812. 



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Holcroft (Thomas). Tales in verse. 2 y. x, 
170 pp; 142 pp. 18°. London, H. D. 
Bymondiy 1806. 

Holden (Fredeno A.) Genealogy of the de- 
Bcendanto of Banfield Capron« 1660-1859. 
263 pp. 12°. Boston, G. C. Band d: Avery, 
1859. 8. 

Holden ( Horace). A narrative of the shipwreck, 
captivity, and sufferings, of Horace Holden 
and Benj. H. Nute on the Pelew and Lord 
North's islands. 133 pp. 18^. Boston, BusseU, 
Shattfick 4' Co, 1836. 

Holeman (Bev, F. B.) Christian poems. 
227 pp. 18°. Claremont (N. H.) Manvf. Co, 
1865. 

Holford (George). ThQ destruction of Jeru- 
salem, an absolute and irresistible proof of 
the divine origin of Christianity, [aium.] 3d 
Am. ed. 132 pp. 16°. Pottstown, John 
Boyer, 1820. 

Holford {Miss Margaret). See Hodson (itfrt. 
Margaret H.) 

Holgate (Jerome B.) American genealogy; 
being a history of some of the early settlers 
of North America and their descendants. 
244 pp. 40. Albany, J. MunseU, 1848. 8. 

HoU (Friedrich). Handbuch der petrefacten- 
kunde. 2 p. 1. 489 pp. 4pte. mlv. leP. 
Dresden, B. G. Hilscher, 1829-30. 8. 

Holland (H.R. Fox, 3(2 2ore{). iS^« Fox (Heniy 
Richard Vassall). 

Holland (Josiah Gilbert). Christ and the 
twelve ; as painted by the poets. 504 pp. 6 
pi. 8°. ipriwjfield, {Mass,) G. BUI Sf Co. 
1867. 

Kathrina; her life and mine, in a poem. 

14th ed. 287 pp. 12°. New York, C, ScrOmer 
4- Co, 1867. 

Holland (Saba Smith, 2a(fy). Memoir of Sydney 
Smith, with a selection from his letters. Edited 
by Mrs. Austin. 2 v. 378; 511 pp. 12°. 
New York, Harpers, 1856. 8. 

Holland. See Netherlands. 

Hollard (Henri). Pr^is d'anatomie compar^e, 
etc. 466 pp. 3 pi. 12^. BruxeUes, H. Jhi- 
mont, 1836. 8. 

Holley (O. L.) A gazetteer of the state of 
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1 pi. 120. Albany, J, Distumell, 1842. 

HoUlck (Frederick). Neuropathy; or, the 
true principles of the art of healing the sick. 
14, 193 pp. 1 col. pi. I60. Philadelphia, 
national publishing eo, 1847. 8. 

HollingBi^orth (S. ) An account of the present 



state of Nova Scotia, [aium.] viii, 157 pp. 
8°. Edinburgh, W, Creech, 1786. 

HoUiBter (Hiel). Pawlet [Vt.] for one hun- 
dred years. 272 pp. 12°. Albany, J, Mun- 
seU, 1867. 

HoUister (Ovando J.) The mines of Colorado. 
vii,450pp. Imap. 12^. Springfield, {Mass.) 
S, Bowles A Co, 1867. 

Hollo'way (Benjamin). Originals physical 
and theological, sacred and profane ; or, essay 
towards a discovery of the first descriptive 
ideas in things, by discovery of the simple or 
primary roots in words. [With discourses 
on the hidden manna, and on the tree of life. ] 
2v. 13p.l. 439pp; 433pp. 61. 8^. Oxford, 
printed at the thecUre, 1751. 

Holmberg (Axel Emanuel). Nordbon under 
hednatiden. Popular framst&lling af vdra 
fbrfadersalstakultur. 4p.l. 302 pp. 2 pi. e9, 
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Holmboe (Christopher Andreas). Det norske 
sprogs vsssentiigste ordforraad, sammenlignet 
med Sanskrit og andre sprog af samme aet. xx, 
496 pp. 40. Wien, k, hof og stats-trykkerie, 
1852. 8. 

Descriptio omamentorum maximam par- 
tem aureorum et numorum saeculi viii et ix in 
praedio Hoen, in parochia Eger, in diocesi 
Norwegiie agershusiensi, anno 1834 reperto- 
rum. 16 pp. 2 pi. 4^. Christianice, Lehmann, 
1835. 8. 

Det oldnorske verbum, oplyst ved sam- 

menligning med Sanskrit og andre sprog af 
samme aet. 4^. Christiania, 1848. 8. 

Holmes {Bev, Abiel). Sermon preaoh'd at 
Cambridge, first Lord's day in the nineteenth 
century. 27 pp. 8°. Cambridge, {Mass.) 
WiUiam,HiUiard, 1801. 

Holmes (J. H. H.) Treatise on the coal mines 
of Durham and Northumberland. xxii,259pp. 

• 7 pi. 8^. London, Baldwin, Cradock, f •foy, 
1816. 

Holmes {Mrs, Mary J. ) The Cameron pride ; 
or, purified by suffering. A novel. 415 pp. 
120. New York, G. W, CarUton f Co, 1867. 

Holmes (Oliver Wendell). The guardian angel. 
xii,420pp. 12°. Boston, Ticknor Sf Fields, 
1867. 

Holyoke (Edward). The doctrine of life ; or, 
of man's redemption by the seed of Eve, the 
seed of Abraham, etc. 9 p. 1. 426 pp. ix 1. 
sm. 4'>. London, Nath, EHns, 1658. 

Homans (J. Smith). Merchants' and bankers' 
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Home (Sir Everard). Leoiaree on com- 
parative anatomy; in which are explained 
the preparations in the Hanterian collection. 
4 Y. 40. London, O, dfc W. Niad, 1814. 8. 

The same. v. 5-6. Sapplement 2 v. 

viii,437pp; vi,68pp. 68 pi. 4°. London, 
Longmans, 1828. 8. 

Home eyangelization ; a view of the wants and 
prospects of our country. Bj one of the sec- 
retaries of the American tract society. 18^. 
Xew York, labout 1850]. 8. 

Homer (James Lloyd). Nahant, and other 
places on the north shore, vii, 48 pp. 8^. 
Botton, WiUiam Chadvfiek, 1848. 

HomeruB. Opera grasco-latina que extant 
omnia. Operam contulit S. Castalio. 10 p. 1. 
292, 318 pp. fol. Batiliae, Brylinger, 1567. s. 

The works of Homer, including the Iliad 

and the Odyssey, [translated hy Pope; and] 
the battle of the frogs and mice, translated by 
Pamell. Revised by W. H. Melmoth. vi, 
7, 654 pp. 5 1. 1 map,39 pL 4°. London, A. 
Hogg, iabout 1780]. 

The Biad. Faithfiilly translated into 

unrhymed English metre. By F. W. New- 
man, xxii, 435 pp. 12^. London, WaUonA 
Maberly, 1856. 

• The same. Translated into Eng- 



lish accentuated hexameters, by Sir J. F. W 
Herschel. xvi, 549 pp. 8^. Cambridge, Mac 
miUan ^ Co, 1866. 

Burlesque translation [of the first twelve 

books of the Iliad, by Thomas Brydges]. 
[ofum.] From 4th London ed. 2 v. 189 ; 221 
pp. 24 pi. I60. New York, 1809. 

Yersione letterale dell' Blade, [di Mel- 

chior Cesarotti.] 7 v. in 8. 8^. Fireme, 
MoUni, Landi, e Ca, 1804-^. 8. 

(Genenl index wantini^.] 

• Le combat des rats et des grenonilles. 



Traduit du Oreo par M. Trianon. 34 pp. ViP. 

Pom, 1841. 

llnehided in PlAiadb, Ia] 

HomillariuB doctorum. See Thierry (Jean, 
of Langres). 

Hone (William). Faoeto and miscellanies, 
with one hundred and twenty engravings, 
drawn by Qeoige Cruikshank. 2d ed. 8°. 
London, WiUiam Hone, 1827. 

Table book. 2 v. 859; 888 pp. 8°. Lon- 
don, W, Hone, 1827-28. 

Honeywood (St John). Poems, with some 
pieces in prose, viii, 159 pp. 16°. New York, 
T, <£r J, Swordt, 1801. 

Hood (Charles). Practical treatise on warm- 
ing buildings by hot water; on ventilation, 



the laws of radiant and conducted heat, the 
chemical constitution of coal, and the combus- 
tion of smoke. 2d ed. xii, 348 pp. 8°. Lon- 
don, Whittaker, 1844. 8. 

Hood (John W. M. D.) Principles and prac- 
tice of medicine, in a series of essays, xvi, 
263 pp. 8°. Philadelphia, Thomas, Cowperth- 
wait <£r Co. 1848. 8. 

Hood (Samuel). A brief account of the society 
of the friendly sons of St. Patrick; with bio- 
graphical notices of members, and extracts 
from minutes, lanon."] 112 pp. 1 pi. 12°. 
Philadelphia, W. S, Young, 1844. 

Hood (Thomas, jr. and othera). Bates and 
taxes, and how they were collected, xi, 277 
pp. 1 pi. 16°. London, Groomhridge d: sons, 
1866. 

Hook ( Walter Farquhar, D. Z>. ) Lives of the 
archbishops of Canterbury, v. 5. xvi, 524 pp. 
8°. London, B. Bentley, 1867. 

Hooker (Joseph Dalton). Himalayan journals. 
Notes of a naturalist in Bengal, the Sikkim 
and Nepal Himalayas, the Khasia mountains, 
etc. Newed.2T. 8°. London, John Mur- 
ray, 1855. 8. 

Genera plantarum. See Bentham (Geo. ) 

and Hooker (J. D.) 

Hooker (Worthmgton). The child's book of 
nature. 3v.ini. 12°. New York, HarperM, 
1857. 8. 

CONTENT8. 

Parti. Plaott. 

Part 2. Animals. 

Part a Air, water, heat, light, eta 

Hookham'8 original circulating library. New 

catalogue. 284 pp. 8^. Xoiuf(m,[ 1805 f] 8. 
Hooper (George, D. D. bishop of Bath and 

WelU). Works. [With preface by T. Hunt]. 

xiii, 693 pp. 1 pi. fol. Oxford, J, Fletcher, 

1757. 

CONTENT8. 

Caloolation of the credibility of human testimony. 
Church of England free from the imputation of popery. 
De Valentinianonun haereei ooiOeoturae. 
DiMourte oonooming lent. 
Dtacuuion of the oontrorersy between the church of 

Enfi^land and the church of Rome oosoeming the 

in&llible guide. 
Emendationes ad TertnlUani adrersua Valentiniaooa 

traotatnm. 
Enquiry into the ancient measures. 
Eight sermons. 
In benediotionem patriarohae Jaoobi coi^ecturae. 

An inquiry into the state of the ancient 

measures, the Attick, the Roman, and the 

Jewish, with appendix concerning our old 

English money and measures of content. 

[anofi.] 12 p. 1. 475 pp. 8°. Lond4)n, B. 

Enaplock, 1721. 



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Hooper (Robert, if. D.) Lexicon medioum; 
OF; medical dictionary. With additions by S. 
Akerly, M. D. 4tb Amer. ed. 2 v. in 1. 472 
pp; 367 pp. 23 1. 89.' New York, Harperi, 
1829. 

K .)oper (William, M, D, ) Rational recreations, 
in which the principles of numbers and natu- 
ral philosophy are elucidated ; among which 
ai'e all those commonly performed with cards. 
4 V. 8°. London, L. Davis, 1774. 8. 

Hope (A. J. Bereeford). See Beresford-Hope. 

Hope (Thomas). Costume of the ancients. New 
ed. 2v. zvi,50pp. 61. 300 pi. OP, London, 
If, a, Bohn, 1841. 8. 

Historical essay on architecture. 3d ed. 

3 V. 8°. London, J. Murray, 1836-40. 

CONTENTS. 

T. 1. Text, xz, 506 pp. 
V. 2. Plates, zii pp. 97 pL 
V. a Index. 90 pp. 

Hopf (Carl). Historisch-genealogischer atlas 
scit Christi geburt bis auf unsere zeit. Abth. 
1. Deutschland. v.l. zvi,449pp. fol. Ootka, 
F, A. Perthei, 1858. 8. 

Hopkins (David). iSM Richardson (J.) Vo- 
cabulary, Persian, Arabic, and English, 
1810. 

Hopkins (Jesse).' The patriots' manual; inter- 
esting to every American citizen. 220 pp. 16^. 
Utica, W, WilliafM, 1828. 

Hopkins (John Henry, i). D. hithop of Ver- 
mont). History of the church, in verse. Com- 
posed for the use of bible-classes, [etc.] in the 
protestant episcopal church in the United 
SUtes. 256 pp. 12°. New York, W. /. Pooley, 
1867. 

Hopkins (Samuel. A, If.) Historical memoirs 
relating to the Housatunnuk Indians ; or, ac- 
count of the propagation of the gospel among 
that tribe, under the ministry of John Ser- 
geant. 1 p. 1. 182 pp. 8^. Botton, S. Knee- 
land, 1753. 

Hopkins (Samuel, D,D.) An inquiiy concern- 
ing the future state of those who die in their 
sins. 2 p. 1. vi, 194 pp. 12°. NewpoH, S. 
Southwick, 1783. 

Hopkinsian (The) magazine, 1826-27. Rev. 
Otis Thompson, editor, v. 2. iii, 583 pp. 8^. 
Providence, Field dfc Co. 1826. 

Hopper (Edward). One wife too many; or. 
Rip Van Bigham. A tale of Tappan Zee. 
262 pp. 16^. New York, Hwrd <£r Houghton, 
1867. 

Hoppin (James M.) Old England; itssceneiy. 



art, and people, v, 468 pp. 16°. New York, 
Hurd 4- HoughUm, 1867. 

Hoppus (£.) Hoppus's tables of measuring ; 
or, practical measuring made easy ; with curi- 
ous observations on measuring timber. 18th 
ed. Iz, 226 pp. 8°. London, Rivington, 
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Horatins Flaccus ( Quintus). Opera expurgata, 
notis anglicis illustrata. Cura Thomie Dug- 
dale, jun. xvii,359pp. ^. Philadelphia, S, 
W. Conrad, 1815. 8. 

Opera, cum notis gallicis. viii, 275 pp. 

240 Parisiis, A. Delalain, 1832. 8. 

The works of Horace, [Lat.] with Eng- 
lish notes, etc. By Charles Anthon. A new 
ed. XXV, 731 pp. 12°. New York, Harperi, 
1849. 8. 

Works, in English verse, by [W.] Dun- 
combe, J. Duncombe, and other hands. With 
notes, historical and critical, [and] many imi- 
tations. 2d ed. 4 v. 16°. London, B. While, 
land othera'i, 1767. 

Odes, satires, epistles, and art of poetry. 

Translated by P. Francis. 8°. Fdinburgh, 

[1792-94]. 

[ Andenon'B Brit poets, r. 1 j. 

Odes and epodes, satires, epistles, and 



art of poetry, construed literally, and word 
for word, by Rev. Dr. Giles. 352 pp. 18°. 
London, J, Cornish, [1859]. 
Satiren aus dem lateinischen tlbersetzt 



und mit einleitungen und erlautemden an- 
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Homer (G. R. B. if. D.) Diseases and inju- 
ries of seamen ; with remarks on their enlist- 
ment, naval hygiene, and the duties of medi- 
cal officers. 252 pp. 129, Philadelphia, 
LippincoU, Orambo <£r Co. 1854. 

Homes (Dr, Moriz). Yerzeichniss der fbs- 
sil-reste aus 135 fundarten des tertiir-beckens 
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muUer, 1848. 8. 

[With Ci^k'B erliateniDir«Q« oto.] 

Horsbnrgh (James). India directory; or, direc- 
tions for sailing to and from the East Indies, 
China, New Holland, Cape of €kK>d Hope, 
Brazil, etc. 2d ed. with supplement. 2 v. in 
1. 5 p. 1. xxvi, 446 pp; 3 p. 1. 551, 50 pp. 
40. London, author, 1817-18. 8. 

Horse owner's friend ; a treatise on all diseases 
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Horsford(Eben Norton). Report on the geolo- 
gy of CattarauguB county. 

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ical anrrej. t. 4.] 

Report on the phrenological classifica- 
tion of J. Stanley Qrimes. Adopted hy the 
Albany phrenological society. 2® pp. 12°. 
Albany, J. Mumell, 1840. 8. 

Uutersuchungen ttber glycocoll und cin- 

iger seiner zersetzungsproducte. [Extract.] 
67 pp. 8°. Gieasen, Ann, d. chemie, 1846. 8. 

HorBmanden (Daniel ). A journal of proceed- 
ings in the detection of the conspiracy formed 
by some white people, in conjunction with 
negro and other slaves [at New York], vi, 
205,xvipp. 40. New York, JanusFarker,174i, 

Hortense de Beauhamais, (Eug6nie, queen of 
Holland), Romances compoe^ee et misee en 
musique. See M^moires sur madame la 
duchesse de St. Leu. Londres, 1832. 

HortioulturiBt (The) and journal of rural art 
and rural taste. Jan. to Dec. 1867. New 
series, v. 22. OP. New York, F, W, Wood- 
ward, 1867. 

Horton (R. G.) Youth's history of the great 
ciTil war in the United States, 1861-65. 2d 
ed. 334 pp. 16°. New Yorl, Van Evrie, 
Horton and Co, 1866. 

Horton (William, M. D. ) Report on the geol- 
ogy of Orange county. 

[New York, State, annoftl reports on the geoL 
eorrey. r. 2.) 

Hoskins (Nathan). A history of Vermont, 
from its discovery and settlement to 1830. 
316pp. I60. Vergenne$y(Ind,)J.8hedd,l&i\. 

Hoakyns (Chandos Wren). Occasional essays. 
256 pp. 16<^. London, Longnvam, 1866. 

Host (Georg). Eflerretninger om den Sanct 
Thomas og dens gouvemeurer, fra 1769 inddl 
1776. XX, 203 pp. 120. Kioheiihavn, N. 
MolUr og ton, 1791. 

Hbstmann (F. W. M. D.) Over de bescha- 
viog van negers in Amerika, door kolonisatie 
met Europeanen. 2 v, Ixvi, 346 pp ; 463 pp. 
8°. Amsterdam, J, C, A, Sulpke, 1850. 

HotchkiflB (Capt, Jed.) and Allan (WUIiam). 
The battlefields of Virginia. Chancellors- 
Tille. 152 pp. 5 maps. 1 pi. QP. New York, 
D. Van Noatrand, 1867. 

Hotho (H. G. ) Die malerschule Huberts Van 
Eyck nebst deutschen voi^gdngem und zeit- 
genoesen. y. i, ii, lief. 1. 12^. Berlin, VeU 
4- Co, 1855-58. 8. 

CONTENTS. 

T. L Oeechiohte der deatMhen malerel bia 1450. zrli, 

490 pp. 
▼. ii. FUodriflohe malerel dee xr. jahrhhiUMlerte. 

le liet iz, 244 pp. 



Hough (Franklin B.) History of Dury6e's 
brigade, during the campaign in Virginia 
under Gen. Pope, and in Maiyland under 
Gen. McClellan, in 1862. 200 pp. 1 pi. 8^. 
Albany, J, MunseU, 1864. 

The northern invasion of October, 1780 ; 



a series of papers relating to the expeditions 
from Canada under Sir John Johnson and 
others, against the frontiers of New York. 
With an introduction and notes. 224 pp. 1 pi. 
1 map. 8°. New York, 1866. 
(Bradford olab publioationt, No. 6.1 . 
See New York, State, Convention 



manual. 

(editor). See 'WaBhington ("George). 

Washingtoniana, etc. 1865. 

Houghton (Douglass). First and second an- 
nual reports of the state geologist [of Michi- 
gan], and documents. 3 v. 8^. Lansing, 
1838-39. 8. 

CONTEXTS OP DocuiourrB. 
Doofflau CC. G.) Report of OMiatant geologist pp. 

Hinrina,' (J. W.) Report of topographer. pp.45<^ 
Habburd (Bela). Report of assietaiit geologist, pp. 

79-123 ^ 

Sajer (Abram). Report of xoologist. pp. 1-15. 
Wright (John). Report of botanist, pp. 17-44. 

Houghton (J.) and Bristol (T. W.) Reports 
on the geography, topography, and geologj 
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Houghton (John, F, R, S,) Hushandry and 
trade improved; revised hy Richard Bradley. 
3 V. 80. London, Woodman <k Lyon, 1727. 

Houghton gallery. A set of prints, engraved 
after the most capital paintings, in the collec- 
Uon of H. I. M. the empress ot Russia, lately 
in the collection of the earl of Orford, at 
Houghton, in Norfolk. [With plans of Hough- 
ton hall and estate]. 2 v. 5 p. 1. 81 pi; 4 p. L 
71 pi. fol. London, J. is J. BoydeU, 1788. 

Hours at home; a popular monthly, devoted to 
religious and useful literature. Edited hy 
J. M. Sherwood. Nov. 1866— Apr. 1867. v. 4. 
40. New York, C. Seribner d: Co, [1865]. 

House carpenters' hook of prices, and rules for 
measuring and valuing work. 35 pp. 12^. 
FhUadelphia, B, FolweU, 1801. 

Household tales and traditions of England, 
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188 pp. 16°. London,E, Lumley, [about 1850]. 

Houston (Mrs. M. C.) Hesperos; or, travels 
in the west. 2 v. viii, 293 pp. 12^. London, 
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Houston (Samuel). Letter to Gen. Santa Anna. 
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HoutteviUe (Alexandre Claude Frao^(4e). 
Religion chr6tienne prouv^ par lee fidts. 
Avec un discoani sur la m^thode dee princi- 
panx autenn qui ont ^rit pour et contre le 
christianisme depuis son origine. ccivi 476 pp. 
40. Parii, Greg. DupuU, 1722. 

Hovey (Alvah, D. D,) The state of the im- 
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Lincoln, 1859. 8. 

How (Bev. Thomas T.) A vindication of the 
protestant epiecopal church, in a series of 
letters addressed to Rev. Samuel Miller, 
xxxvi, 492 pp. 8°. New Tork, EoMtbum, 
Kirk A Co, 1816. 

Howmrd (Luke). Seven lectures on meteoro- 
logy. 2d ed. vi, 218 pp. 16^, London, Har- 
vey ik Darton, 1SA3. 8. 

Howard (Rohert). Revelations of Egyptian 
mysteries, and allegories of the Oreek lyric 
poets clearly interpreted. Histoiy of the 
works of nature, with a discourse on health, 
according with the wisdom of the ancients, 
viii, 284 pp. 8°. London, H, Colbum, 1850. 

Howe (Heniy). Historical collections of Vir- 
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Hutton (Bev, W.) Button's book of nature 
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Hnzham (John, M, D.) Essay on fevers, with 
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Hozley (Thomas Henry). Lectures on the ele- 
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and Hawkins (Benjamin Waterhouse). 

An elementary atlas of comparative osteology; 
the objects selected and arranged by Prof. 
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Hnygens or Hugenins (Christian). The ce- 
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Hjatt (T. Hart). Hand-book of grape culture, 
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Hyde {Mrs, Anne M.) The American boy's 
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Hyde (Edward, IH earl of Clarendon), The his- 
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State papers, 1621— [1674] ; containing 

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Hyde (J. Burrows). Treatment and uses of 
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Hymns to the Viigin and Christ, The parliament 
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Hyneman (Leon). Tlie ori^n of freemasoniy. 
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Ibn Zafer, or Pjafer. See Mohammed ibn 
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T. 1-2. Snmario de la residencia tomada A D. Fernan- 1 
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The same. Docnmentos para la historia 

de Mexico. 4» s^rie. v. 1-7. 8°. Mexico, 
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CONTENTS. 
T. 1. Continoaeion de los materiales para la histo- 
ria de Sonora. 
T. 2. Sinaloa y Sonora. Materiales, etc 
V. 3-4. Nueva-Vizffaya. Documenlos, etc 
V. 5. Establecirniento i jirftfCTe§os de ias misiones 

de la Antifroa CiUifomia. 
Y. 6-7. Noticias de la Nueva Culifomia p<Tr el R. P. 
Fr. F. Puloo. Agresiones y hazanas de 
tres Apaches. 

Tlie same, cliii, 544 pp. 8^. Mexico, 

J. M. Andrade, 1858. 6. 

CONTENTS. 
Historia de los Indios de Nneva Espaaa, por Fr. Tor- 

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Noticias de la vida y escritos de fray Toribio de Mo- 
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Ida 'Wilmot, ''the queen of the household.'^ 
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Idalia; a novel. By' Ouida.'' [psevdon.'^ 594 

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Ides (Evert Ysbrandt). Three years travels 

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Idiomatic sentences, in English and Panj^i. 
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H. C. Chandler & Co.'s railway busi- 
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lUnstrated arctic news. Facsimile of the Illus- 
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Blostrated London news. July 1866, to Jane 
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Slnstration (An) of the wisdom and equity of 
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Impartial (An) historical narrative of those 
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Jay {Rev. William). Memoirs of the life and 
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478 pp. 8o. Bath, M. Gye, 1808. 

Jay (William, judge, Westchester co. N. T.) 
Slavery in America ; or, an inquiry into the 
character and tendency of the American colo- 
nization, and the American anti-slavery soci- 
eties. With an introduction by S. H. Cox. 
xxiv, 198 pp. 12°. London, F. Westley <fe 
A. H. Davis, 1835. 

Jeaffireson (John Cordy). A book about law- 
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London, Hurst <f- Blackett, 1867. 

Jebb (John, D. D. bp. of Limerick). Works 
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CONTENTS. 

V. 1. Life ; theolojorical lectures at Cambridge ; new 
harmony of the pospels ; letters on subecriptlon to 
the liturgy and thirty-nine articles. 

V. S. Sliscellaneous. and ine'dicol. 

V. 3. Miscellnneous ; every man his own i^riest ; aoode- 
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Jefferson (Thomas). An essay towards facUi- 
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43 pp. 4°. New York, J. F. Trow, 1851. 

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the rules and orders of the senate and house 
of representatives, and joint rules of the two 
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Notes on the state of Virginia. W^ith 

an appendix relative to the murder of Logan's 
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JeSerson college, (Wcuhington, Miss.) The 
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Jefferys (Thomas). Natural and civil history 
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America. 2ptR.ini v. fol. London, 11(^0. 8. 

Jeffrey (Francis). Extract of the review of 
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T. 1. LanA and freih water sheila. 9 pL 
T. 5M. Marine shelli. 27 pL 

Jeffreys (Julius, F. B, 8.) Views upon the 
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Jexikiii8(Geoifre7,jMeu(2on.) iS^e LeglBlatlTe 
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JenkiziB (John). Art of writing reduced to a 
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Jenkins (John 8.) Historyof political parties 
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Jenkins (Thornton A.), and Bache (Richard). 
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Jennings (Isaac M. DJ) The tree of life ; or, 
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Jennings (James). A lecture on the history 
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Jennings (Louis J.) Eighty years of repub- 
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for each, th^r history and varieties, their 
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Jenyns (Soame). Free enquiry into the nature 

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Jephson (Robert). Roman portraits, a poem : 
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Jerdon (T. C.) The birds of India, being a 
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J^rdme ( J6r6me Bonaparte, king of Weetphor 
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Jessen (Dr. P.) Yersuch einer wissenschafi- 
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Jesuits' (The) loyalty, manifested in three trea- 
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cious consequence of their principles as to 
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Jemei (Bev. John, hiihop of Salitibury). Works . 
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I preaohed at Panl'i orooe; oor 
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▼ate man; of communion; of pr 



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V. 1. Sermon 
enoewU 

of private man; of oommunion; o^ prayen in 
a itrange tongue ; of the soprcmaoy ; of real 
presence ; of oeing in many plaoes ; of eleva' 
tion of the sacrament ; of adoration of the soora* 
ment 

▼. 9. Reply to Harding, oontinaed : exposition of St 
Paul's epistles to the Thessalontans ; sermons ; 
of the sacraments. 

T. 3. Apology of the church of England, with defence 
of apology. 

V. 4. Defence ofapoloffy, continued ; epistle to Scipio ; 
▼lew of a seditious bull ; treatise on the ho]y 
scriptures ; letters, and miscellaneous pieces. 



Apologia ecdesiiB anglicano). 90 pp. 8°. 

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r With Randolph (John, hUhop of London). En- 
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Jewett (Charles Coffin). Notices of public 
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Je wett (Charles Coffin ). On the construction of 
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Je'wish nation ; containing an account of their 
manners and customs, rites and worship, laws 
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Jobert ( Antoine Claude Gabriel). Ideas ; or, 
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The philosophy of geology. [3d ed.] 

184 pp. 16^. London, Whittaker ^ Co, 
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Jobert de Lamballe (Antoine Joseph). Des 
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Jobeon (D. Wemys). History of the French 
revolution [to the death of Robespierre]. 3d 
ed. 338 pp. 8^. London, author, 1853. 8. 

Jooher (Christian Gottlieb). Allgemeines ge- 

. lehrten lexicon. Fortzsetzung undergdnzun- 
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4°. Delmenhorst, O, Jontzen, 1810. 

Joel (M.) Schliissel zu den au^aben in der rus- 
sischen grammatik nach OIlendorfiTs methode. 
3<' aufl. durchgesehen von Paul Fuchs. 2 p. 1. 
205 pp. 12^. Frankfurt a. M. C, Jiigel, 
1865. 8. 

H. G. Ollendorff's neue methode in sechs 

monaten eine sprache lesen, etc. Anleitung 
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Jogues (Isaac). Novum Belgium ; description 
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John, of Salisbury. Opera omnia nunc primum 
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CONTENT8. 
▼. i-ti. EpistoUe. 
T. iii-ir. Polycrations, tire de ixng\B onrialiam et res- 

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T. T. Opntoula ; vita Aoselmi oontnarieiifis ; vita 8. 

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John Bull. [A weekly newspaper]. Dec. 17, 
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Johns (Bev. Charles Alexander). British birds 
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25 



Johnson (Charles). History of the lives and 
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murderers, street robbers, etc. with the voy- 
ages and plunders of the most noted pirates. 
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Johnson (Cuthbert W.) Our house and gar- 
den ; what we see, and what we do not see, 
in them, vii, 287 pp. 12°. London, W, 
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Johnson {Capt. Edward). A histoiy of New 
England, from the English planting in the 
yeere 1628, untill the yeere 1652. [Running 
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The same. sm. 4°. London, 1658. 



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- The same. Wonder-working providence 
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Johnson (Frank G. M. D,) Aid to teachers 
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The NicoUon pavement, and pavements 

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Johnson (Geoi^e William). A dictionary of 
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Johnson (Henry). Introduction to logography; 
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printing with words intire, instead of single 
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Johnson (L. ) Specimens of printing types and 
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^^The same. Second supplement to the 

specimen book of plain and £Emcy types cast 
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CONTENTS. 

Abroprntioii of king James according to the English 

constitution. 
Essay concerning parliaments at a certainty. 
Julian, the apostate, with a comparison of popery and 

paganism. 
Sermons and tracts. 
Several reasons for the establishment of a standing 

army. 
Tracts on passive obedience. 
Vindication of magna charta, with a true copy. 



An argument proving that the abroga- 
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prince of Orange, was according to the English 
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Johnson (Samuel, the lexicographer). A dic- 
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which are prefixed a history of the language, 
and an English grammar. 2d ed. 2t. 27 p. 1. 
279 1; 375 1. fol. London, J. <f- P. Knapton, 
etc. 1755. 8. 

Schatzung keine tiranney. Ein autvvort 

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kanischen congresses. 58 pp. 8^. Braun- 

tehwetgy F. fVaiaenhaus, 1777. 

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Johnson (S. W.) Rural economy : containing 
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Johnson (Samuel W.) Peat and its uses, as 
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Johnson (Mrt. Susanna). A narrative of [her] 
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The same. 3d ed. 178 pp. 16o. Wind- 
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Johnson (Theodore T.) Sights in the gold re 
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Johnson (Walter Rogers). The coal trade of 



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<t* Maury, 1850. 
Notes on the use of anthracite in the man- 



u&cture of iron, with some remarks on its 
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Report on American coals, v, 607 pp. 



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Johnson (William, D, D.) Deus nobiscum : a 
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Johnson (Sir William). [Letter giving an ac- 
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Johnston (Adam S.) The soldier boy's diary- 
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Johnston (Alexander Keith). The physical 
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A history of the British zoophytes, xii, 

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Johnston (James Finlay Weir). Elements of 
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xiv, 410 pp. 12°. Edinburgh, Blackwood, 
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The same. With an American preface, 

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Johnston (John, M. D,) See Jonston 
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Johnston (Samuel B). Letters written during 
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Fragments sur T uniformity k introduire 

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Observations sur le voyage au Darfour, 

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Jomini (Henri, haron de). Atlas militaire et 
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Histoire critique et militaire des guerres 

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Jonas (S. F.) Die krafle der erd und der 
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Jones (Charles Colcock, D. D,) The religious 
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Jones (George, M. R. 8. L) The first jubilee 
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Jones (Henry Bence). Uebor gries, gicht, und 
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Report of the committee ofthe Hist. Soc. 



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Jones (iSir John Thomas). Joumaux des 
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Gutenberg dans cette ville. 83 pp. 5 pi. 8°. 
Paris, TecKener, 1840. s. 

Debuts de Ifimprimerie k Mayence et k 

Bamberg; ou, description des lettres d'indul- 
gence du pape Nicolas v, Pro regno Cypri, 
imprim^ee en 1454. 31 pp. 10 pi. 4^. Paris, 
Techener, 1840. 

Histoire de la gravure en manidre noire. 

8°. Paris, Techener, 1839. 8. 

De I'organisation des bibliotb^ues dans 

Paris. 

[Lettres 1, 2, 4 and 8. No more published.] 

CONTENTS, 
le Lettre. La bibliothdqae royale oooape le centre 

topographlqne et intelleotuel de la Tille de Paris. 

24 pp. 2 pL 8o. Paris, A. Franck, 1S45. 
2e Lettre. Itevne critiqae des prolets pr68ent68 pour 

la d^plaoement de la bibliotheqne rovale. 56 pp. 

4 pL 8°. Part*, A. Franck, 1845. 8. 

4e Lettre. Le palais mazarln et les habitations de 

ville et de campag^ne au 17e sideTe. 124 pp. 7 pi. 

SO. Paris, A. Franck^ 1845. 8. 
The same. [2e ptio. notes] . pp. 121-408. 2 faos. 

8o. ParU, A. Franck, 1846. 
8e Lettre. Etude sur la oonstruction des bibliothdques. 

52 pp. 13 pi. 8°. Paris, A. Franck, 1845. 

;- Recbercbes sur oe qull s'est conserve 

dans FEgypte modeme de la science des 
anciens magiciens. 23 pp. 49, Paris, J, 
Benouard 8f Cie, 1841. 8. 

Journey tbrougb Arabia Petnea to Mount 

Sinai, and tbe excavated city of Petra. 2d ed. 
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Laboulaye (fidonard Rend Lefebvre). His- 
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Fairy book : fairy tales of all nations. 

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Finette : a legend of Brittany. Trans- 
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La Bourdonnaia (L. C. de). Nouveau traits 
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Labree (Lawrence). Rebels and tories ; or, 
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La Cava; or, recollections of the Neapolitans. 
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Laokington (James). Confessions, in a series 
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his life. Newed. 540 pp. portrait 8^. Lon- 
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Lackland (Thomas^ pseudon f) Homespun ; 
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Laoo lp$eudon.'\ See Higginson (Stephen). 

Laoordaire (Jean Baptiste Henri). Vie de 
saint Dominique, pr^c^^ du m^moire pour 
le r^tablissement en France de Pordre des 
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nier A Bray, 1844. 8. 

Lacordaire (Jean Theodore). Monographic 
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Laoroix (Paul). Biblioth^ue dramatique de 
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8. 

CONTENTS. 

T. 1. ThftAtre oriental; ^^reo et romalne ; latine mod- 
erne; anoien th^Atre franfois; th^Atre franfois 
moderneiutqa' 4 Racine, xri, 322 pp. Supplement 
au tome 1. 44 pp. [Wanting pp. 5-SO]. 

T. 2. Th6&tre franf ois depuit Racine insqu' 4 V. Hugo, 
th64tre des provinoee ; th64tre franfois 4 1'^tran- 
ger. 391 pp. 

y. 3. Suite du th64tre fran^ois ; recueilt manuscrits, 
etc ballets ; th64tre burlesque et de soci6t6 ; pro- 
verbes dnunatiques ; pieces satlriques ; pi4oes en 
patois : dialogues, viii, 3t)8 pp. 

T. 4. Thi&tre italien, enagnol, portngais, aUemand, 
anglais, su^dois, flamand, holiandois, russe, 
polonais, turo, greo et ralaque. zi, 226 pp. 

T. 5. Appendioe au tome 3. Antographes, 56 pp. 
Tome 5. le partie. Eorits relatifs au th^&tre; 
estampes et dessina; autograpbes, vii, 260 pp. 
Demiere partie. Livres doubles et lirres omis ; 
corrections et additions, vi, 68 pp. Table ff6n6rale 
[des auteursi et table des onvrages remtifs au 
tb6&tre : r6dig6e par M. Goizet. iv. 144 pp. Prix 
des livres du premier volume. 12 pp. 

Curiosity de Thistoire du vieux Paris. 

Par P. L. Jacob, bibliophile. [pteudon,'\ 364 
pp. 18°. ParU, A. Delahayt, 1858. 

^£nigmes et ddcouvertes bibliographiques. 

Par P. L. Jacob, bibliophile. {jpseudon,'\ vm, 
371 pp. 16°. Farit, Laini, 1866. 

Lettres h M. Hatton, juge d^instruction 

au sujet de V incrojable accusation intent6e 



contreM.Libri,etc. 64 pp. 8°. FariM,PauUn, 
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La o r o ix (Silvestre Francis). Anleitong zur 
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La Croiz de Chevridres (Jean Baptiste de). 
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La Croix du Mfdne (Francis Grusdd, Heur 
de). Premier yolyme de [ea] bibliothdqve, 
qui est vn catalogue g6n€ral de toutes sortes 
d'autheurs, qui ont escrit en Francis depuis 
cinq cents ans et plus, etc. 22 p. 1. 558 pp. 
fol. Faru, Abel UAngelier, 1584. 8. 

[No more published.] 

La Croze (Comand de) ; or. La Croze (Jean. ) 
A historical grammar; or a chronological 
abridgment of universal history. Translated 
fipom the French by Lucy Peacock. Revised 
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Ladame (Paul, M, D,) Symptomatologie und 
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Lady's almanac for 1867. 128 pp. 32^. Boston, 
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Laet (Jan de). Notae ad dissertationem Hu- 
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Nows orbis; seu, descriptionis LidisB 



Occidentalis libri xviiL 16 p. 1. 690 pp. 9 1. 
14 maps. foL Lvgd, Batav, apud Elzevirios, 
1633. 

The same. L'histoire dv nouvean monde ; 

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632 pp. 6 1. 14 maps. fol. Leyde, B, A A, 
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Lafayette (M. J. P. B. T. Gilbert Motier, mar- 
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LafEorgue (Pierre C. Theodore, known as T. 
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Luxembourg ; ou, manuel de zoologie, conte- 
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Man of nature ; or, nature and love j 

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447 pp. SO. London, W. Wennington, 1807. 

La Fontaine (Jean de). Contes et nouvelles 
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11. 62 pi. 18^. Anuterdam, Brunei f Lucas, 
1709-32. 

Fables choisies, mises en vers par La 

Fontaine, et par luy reveues, corrig^es et 
augment^es de nouveau. 4 pts. in 1 y. 18^. 
La Haye, H, van Bulderen, 1688. 
[pp. 175-6 imperfect.] 

• Fables. Translated by £. iWright. jr. 



8o. L(nidon, 1866. 
[Bfasteipieoef of forei^ literature.] 
- Opuscules in^dits. 



[pp. 451-557 of COULANOES, (P. E. marquU de). M6- 
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and others. Fables in^dites des 12«, 13% 

et 14« sidles, et fables de la Fontaine rap- 
prooh^es de celles de tons lee auteurs qui 
avoient, avant Ini, traits les m^mes sujets. 
Pr6c6d6es d'une notice sur les fabulistes, par 
A. C. M. Robert. 2 v. cclxii, 368 pp ; 601pp. 
80 pi. 8o. Parisy Julienne Cabin, 1825. 

La Fontaine. See also, Fontaine. 

La Force (Caumont de) ; or, La Force (Char- 
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Lagus (Wilhelm Gabriel). Biographiska an- 
teckningar om Abo hofratts presidenter och 



ledamoter jemte fbrteckning dfrer secreterare 
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Nov, 1823, d& nofratten firade sin andra sec- 
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Laire (Francois Xavier). Specimen historicum 
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Lajaille ( de). See Labarthe (Pierre). 

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Lakenman (Seger). Ontwerp van een onkost- 
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zeedyken, door het afknagen van't paalwerk 
zeer gevaarlyk geworden, in de aanstaande 
zomer 1733 te stellen, buiteu eenig gevaar van 
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Lally (Thomas Arthur, eomte de, baron de 
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T. L Lord Chatham, WiUiAm Pitt, Shakipeare. 
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Lambert (Anne Th6r^e de Marguenat de 
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Lambert (Charles). Traits sur I'hygidne et la 
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Lambert (Charles R.) Poems, and transla- 
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Lnmbert (T. S. M. D.) Human anatomy, 
physiology, and hygiene. 456 pp. 8 pi. 12°. 
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S. 

Primary systematic human physiology, 

anatomy, and hygiene. 178 pp. 12°. New 
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Lambin ( Denis ). In Q. Horatium Flaccum 
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zxx,641pp. 8°. CoT\/lu€ntibu$, J, Hoelscher, 
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Lambinet (Pierre). Origine de Timprimerie, 
d'aprds les titres aathentiqnes, Topinion de 
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ITtcoOe, 1810. 8. 

Lambinna (Dionysius). See Lambin (Denis). 

Lam6 (Gabriel). Couib de physique de P6cole 
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Lam^Fletuy (Jules Raymond). L'histoire 
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The same, 3« M. iv, 276 pp. 24°. 

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Stuttgart, Neue eneycL fiir wissenseh. «. iHlf»- 
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Magnetische ortsbestimmungen ausge- 

fiihrt an verschiedenen puncten des kdnig- 
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CONTENTS. 

T. L Allgemetnen gnmdlagen znr becHmiDaoff det 

laufes der maguetischen oarven in Bayern. 
T. n. N&bere bestimmungen ttber den yerlanf der 
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Untersuchungen liber die richtung und 

Btarke des erdmagnetismus an verschiedenen 
puncten des sUdwestlichen Europa. 198, cxr 
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La Mothe (F. C. Hueme de). See Hueme 
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Lamothe (L^nce de). Compte rendu de la 
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Lamothe-Langon (fitienne L^on, baron de). 
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La Motte Fouqu^ (Friedrich Carl Heiniichy 
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The four seasons. 96, 52, 42, 120 pp. 

18°. Lond^, E. LnnUey, [1846.] 
NOTB. — Under this general title are included Undine, 
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CONTENTS. 

Undine. A new tranalation, with mnitratioai, xzir, 

96 pp. 
The two oaptaini, a romance. From the German. 

59 pp. 
Atlanga'8 knight, a romance. From the Qcrmaa. 

42 pp. 
Sintram and his companions. 120 pp. 

Sintram and his companions. From the 

German. 120 pp. 18°. London, E. Lumley, 

1848. 
Undine; or, the spirit of the waters. 

Translated from the German hj the Bev. 

Thomas Tracy. 49 pp. 8°. London, 1841. 

[Hazuti's romancist and norelist** lib. t. 2.] 
The same. lUustrations by H. W. Her- 

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4- Houghton, 1S67. 
The same. Esquisses pour servirii illus- 

trer Ondine. Dessin6es et gravees A Peau forte, 

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57 pi. 4°. Londres, W, Nicol, 1843. 
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polypiers corallig^nes flexibiles, vulgairement 

nommds zoophytes. Ixxxiv, 559 pp. 19 pi. 

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Lamporeochi or Ranieri-Lamporeccbi ( ). 

M^moire but la pers^ution qu'on fiut souffrir 
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[ With HOLLOY (ChArles). Dereoho maritimos, etc. 
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Lamson (Alvan). History of the first church 
and parish in Dedham. 104 pp. 8^. Dedkam, 
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Lamson (David R.) Two years' experience 
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Lancaster (Joseph). Improvements in educa- 
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r With Princbton coUegre. Catalogue of the grada- 
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Lancelot (Claude). Tour to Alet and La 

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Lancereau (£douard, editor), Chrestomatliie 
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yocabulairehindi-hindoui-fran^ais. 144 

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Lancet (The). A journal of British and foreign 
medicine, physiology, surgery, chemistry, 
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June 1867. 2 v. dP, London, 1866-67. 

Lancetti (Yincenzo). Pseudonimia; owero 
tavole al&betiche de' nomi finti o supposti 
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4p.l. 1,449 pp. 8o. Milano,L.diG,Pirola, 
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Landstad (Magnus Brostrup). Norske folke- 
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The same. Nauwkeurige beschrijvingh 

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The same. 

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The same. 

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The same. Optics, xvi, 432 pp. 1 pi. 

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Las Casas or CasaHB (Bartolom6 de). — Con. 
tinned. 

CONTENTS. 
Aqvi 86 oontionen treynta propoaclonos muy juridloos. 

51-60 1. 
Aqvi 80 oontiene vna dispvta, o oontrovereia entre el 

Obispo don fray Bartolome de Las Casas y el dotor 

Gines de Sepulneda. 60-131 1. 
Efte es vn tratado sobra la materia de los Tndios que 

■e ban beoho en ellas csclauoa. 183-157 1. 
Entre los remedios para refonnacion de las Indias. 158- 

209 1. 
Pedo^o de ma carta, y relacion que oscriuio cierto 

hombre de los roismoe qae andaofi en ettas esta- 

oiones. 210-2141. 

Breuisaima relacion de la deatruycion 

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The same. The Spanish colonie, or 

hriefe chronicle of the acts and geetes of the 
Spaniardes in the West Indies. Translated 
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lAmdon, W, Brome, 1583. 

The same. [Aoconnt of the first voy- 
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in America. 3 p. 1. 248 pp. 2 p. 1. 8^. London, 
16991] 

[Title wanting. This vol. contains the dispute be- 
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The same. Le miroir de la tyrannie 

espagnole perpetrde aux Indes Occidentales. 
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• The same. [Imperfect, wanting 1. 68. 



With Cloppknbukq (Jan Everhardts), 
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• The same. Tyrannies et crvavtez des 



Espagnols commises es Indes Occidentales. 
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- The same. Belation des voyages et des 



d^couvertes que les Espagnoles ont fait dans 
les Indes Occidentales. 4 p. 1. 354 pp. 2 1. 
1 pi. 18°. Amsterdam, J, Louis de Lorm/e, 



[This ToL contains the dispute between Las Casas 
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The same. Istoria, 6 breuissima rela- 
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Las Casas or Casaus (Barto1om6 de). Entre 
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los Yndios qui se han hecho esclauos. 36 1. 
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La liberta pretesa dal supplice schiauo 

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II svpplice schiauo indiano. Tradotto 

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• Tratado coprobatorio del imperio sobe- 

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Las Cases (Emmanuel Dieudonn6 Marin 
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