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BULLETIN 



BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY, 



JANUARY, 1882. 



VOL. S' No. I. 



WHOLE No. 60. 



TRUSTEES OF THE CORPORATION. 

William W. Greenough, President. 



Hugh O'Brien, Alderman. 
Charles E. Pratt, Councilman. 
Samuel A. B. Abbott. 



George B. Chase. 
Henry W. Haynes. 
James Freeman Clarkb. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 

Mellen Chamberlain, Librarian and Clerk of the Corporation. 
James L. Whitney, Principal Assistant Librarian, 



Arthur M. Knapp, Curator of Periodicals and 

Pamphlets. 
William H. Foster, Proof-reader. 
Josfi F. Carret, Curator of Patents and Rn- 

gravings, and Registrar. 



Appleton p. C. Griffin, Custodian of Shelves. 
William F. Robinson, Registration Clerk. 
Thomas H. Cummings, Curator of Lovjer Hall 

Catalogue. 
Louis F. Gray, Office Secretary. 



William E. Ford, Janitor, Central Library. 



LIBRARIANS OF DEPARTMENTS. 




Arthur M. Knapp, Bates Hall. 
Edward Tiffany, Lower Hall. 
Mary E. Brock, Brighton. 
Cornelius S. Cart^e, Charlestown. 
Mary G. Coffin, Dorchester. 



Sarah C. Godbold, East Boston. 
Eliza R. Davis, Jamaica Plain. 
Sarah Bunker, Roxbury. 
Alice J. Bragdon, South Boston. 
Grace A. De Borges, South End. 



Mary A. Hill, Custodian, Loiver Mills. 
Harriet L. Towner, Custodian, Mattapan. 



Robert M. Otis, Custodian, Roslindale. 
Marion L. Woodward, Custodian, W. Roxbury. 



C ONTENTS 



Information for Readers 2 

Bates Hall 3 

Lower Hall and Branches 27 

Roxbury Branch Library 36 

Dorchester Branch Library 41 



Charlestown Branch Library 4? 

Renaissance 48 

Indexes to Periodicals 52 

Copyright 59 

Notes 64 



INFORMATION FOR READERS. 



Number of Volumes and Hours. 

All departments are open every secular day, 
except the six legal holidays, — February 23, 
Fast Day, Memorial Day, July 4, Thanksgiving 
and Christmas, — and such other days as the 
Trustees may direct. 

The Bates Hall is open from nine o'clock, a.m., 
until six, P.M., from October to March, inclusive, 
and until seven o'clock during the rest of the 
year. The Lower Hall of the Central Library is 
open from half-past eight o'clock, a.m., to nine 
o'clock, P.M. From July i to August 30, inclu- 
sive, the time of closing is one hour earlier. 
The Central Reading Room for Periodicals is 
open from nine o'clock, a-m., until ten, p.m., and 
on Sundays from two to ten. From July i to 
August 30, inclusive, the time of closing is one 
hour earlier. During these two months the 
Branch Libraries close one hour earlier than the 
time mentioned in the following table. 



Bates Hall 

■Newspaper Room . . . 
Duplicate Room . . . 

Lower Hall 

Brighton Branch . . . 
Charlestown Branch . 
Dorchester Branch . . 
East Boston Branch . 

iamaica Plain Branch . 
^ower Mills Delivery . 
Mattapan delivery . . . 

Roslindale Delivery . . 

Roxbury Branch . . . 
South Boston Branch . 
South End Branch . . 
West Roxbury Delivery 



Totals 



Hours. 

) to 6 



to 9* 
toStt 
to8t 
to St 
to St 
to8t§ 
4 107.30** 
3.30 to 7tt 
S3 to6tt 
1 7 toStt 
9 to 8 
9 to 9 
9 to St 
3 tostt 



Vols. 
336,616 

3.49S 
12,830 
39.966 
13.207 
24,261 
11,111 
i:,iSo 

8,519 



21,906 
10,652 
9.855 
3.070 



Periodicals 

in R. R. 
(Duplicates 
excluded.) 

361 

62 
20 
31 
34 



S3 



406,668 70s 

♦ Books are received after 8.30 A.M. ft Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur- 
tKeep<tpen tillSl'.M. Saturdavs. dars. 

iCIosnl 12 M to 2 p.m. ft Tuesdays to Saturdays, inclusive. 

(Readins Room 9 to '.i. oDeliveied to readers also on Sun- 

••Closed from 6tii6..30. daj-s. 

CATALO G UES. 
Bulletins. 
New Books as soon as received are entered on 
the Bulletin Boards of each Library. In the 
Bates Hall, before titles appear on the Board the 
new books are displayed (with the shelf-number 
attached) in a-glass case at the desk. The lists in 
the Lower Hall and at the Branches show only 
the books added to those departments. The Dor- 
chester list is posted also at the Deliveries at the 
Lower Mills and Mattapan, and the Jamaica Plain 
list at the Deliveries at Roslindale and West Rox- 
bury. The Bulletins are for sale (excepting those 
out of print) at five cents each. Books with num- 
bers below 2iioare in the Lower Hall; with 2110 
and above, in the Bates Hall. Those with Bri., 
Clm., l>or., E. B., J. P., Rox., S. B., or S. E. 
prefixed to the number are respectively in the 
Brighton, Charlestown, Dorchester, East Bos- 
ton, Jamaica Plain, Roxbury, South Boston, or 
South End Branch. 

Bates Hall of the Central Library. 

I. The Index of 1861. (Includes the Bow- 
ditch Library.) Out of print. 

II. The Supplement of 1866. (Includes the 
Parker Library.) For sale in sheets at $2.00. 

III. The Catalogue of the Prince Li- 
brary. For sale at Si. 00. 

IV. The Catalogue of the Ticknor Col- 
lection of Spanish and Portuguese books. For 
sale at $5.00. 

V. The Catalogue ofthe Barton Collec- 
tion. Shakespearian pprtion. For sale at $^.00. 



VI. Public Card Catalogue. This con- 
tains, with some exceptions, the titles of all the 
books in the Bates Hall. 

VII. The Official Card Catalogue, which 
can be consulted, in cases of need, upon applica- 
tion, contains the titles of all books added to the 
Bates Hall since the publication of the Supple- 
ment in 1S66, and includes some titles of books 
received between 1866 and 1871, which are not 
in the Public Card Catalogue. 

Bngravings. 
There is a separate catalogue of the Tosti En- 
gravings in drawers at the north end of the Pub- 
lic Card Catalogue case in Bates Hall. 

Low^er Hall of the Central Library. 

I. Fiction and Juveniles, with notes for 
readers. 6th edition, April, 1877. Embraces 
the "Index to Historical Fiction." 20 cents. 

II. Arts, Sciences, and Professions. 2d 
edition, September, 1871. 10 cents. — Supplement- 
ary Catalogue, May, 1881. 20 cents. 

III. History, Biography, and Travels, 
with notes for readers. 2d edition, July, 1873. 
50 cents. 

IV. Books in Foreign Languages. 3d 
edition. May, 1881. /j" cents. 

V. Poetry, Drama, Collections, and Mis- 
cellanies. 1st edition, August, 1870. 20 cents. 

VI. Card Catalogue. This contains the 
titles of all the books in the Lower Hall, alpha- 
betically arranged, both by authors' names and 
by the titles of books. An assistant, who alone 
has access to this catalogue, will furnish such 
information as may not be found in the printed 
catalogues. 

Branches. 

Catalogues are for sale : — Brighton, 2^ cents, 
for the main Catalogue (including first Supple- 
ment), and J cents for each of the two subsequent 
Supplements; Charlestown, .3^/. 00; Dorchester 
(New catalogue in press) ; East Boston, 2^ cents ; 
Jamaica Plain, /j cents; Roxbury, jo cents; 
South Boston, .25 cents. 

Bates Hall books can be applied for at the 
several Branches and Deliveries, and, if they are 
on the shelves, they will be sent to the Branch 
or Delivery the same or following day. 

The Bulletins since the issues of the Branch 
Catalogues constitute supplements to these sev- 
eral lists. 

Prices of Catalogues to Non-Residents 

are fixed to cover cost of manufacture and post- 
age, as follows : — 

Bates Hall. — I. Prince Catalogue, <5'/-Z5- Tick- 
nor Catalogue, $j.oo. Barton Catalogue, Sj-oo. 

Loiver Hall. — II. History, Biography, and 
Travel. $1.30. 

III. Arts, Sciences, and Professions. 75 cents. 

IV. Fiction and Juveniles. 75 cents. 

V. Poetry, Drama, and Miscellanies. $1.00. 
Bulletins. — VI. Quarterly issues, each, 20 cents. 
The Bulletins must be applied for as issued, 

during January, April, July, and October of each 
year, as subscriptions cannot be received. 

The Branch Catalogues and other publications 
will be furnished, as far as practicable, on terms 
to be made known on application. 

Central Periodical Reading Room. 
A list of periodicals currently received is for 
sale at j cents. There is also a List of serial 
publications now taken in the principal libraries 
of Boston and Cambridge. Price 20 cents. 



9?l 
v.f 



For further particulars see " Handbook for Readers," distributed grratis. 



LIST OF THE NEW AND MORE IMPORTANT BOOKS 

PLACED IN THE LIBRARY 
DURING OCTOBER, NOVEMBER, AND DECEMBER, 1881. 



ABBREVIATIONS, ETC. 



Shelf-numbers aiio and upwards indicate books in Bates Hall. 

Shelf-numbers below 21 lo indicate books in the Lower Hall. 

Bri., Brighton Branch. 

CIin>, Charlestown Branch. 

I>or., Dorchester Branch. 

E. B., East Boston Branch. 

J. P., Jamaica Plain Branch. 

Rox., Roxbury Branch. 

S. B., South Boston Branch. 

S. E., South End Branch. 

N. R., Newspa])er Room. 

R. R., Reading' Room. 

C. R., Catalogue Room. 

M. S., Map SUnd. 

B., Boston. 



L., 

Lpz, 
P.. 

n.d., 
n.p., 



( ) 



* * 



London. 
, Leipzig. 

Paris. 

No date of publication given. 

No place of publication given. 
, Copyrighted. 

Enclose corrections or explanations. 

Stands for the preceding heading. 

Stands for a subordinate heading. 

Enclose names not usually retained. 

Permission of the Librarian, or officer in charge of Bates 
Hall, required to take the book out. Not attached to 
Lower Hall copies of the same book. 

Book cannot leave the Library. 

Permission of Trustees required to take the book out. 



*„,* Friends of the Public Library will confer a favor, if they will communicate the correction of 
any error they may discover in this List, the authorship of any works treated as anonymous, or the 
name of any person, entered only under a pseudonym. 



BATES HALL. 



Absenteeism. See Tozer. 

Abyssinia. See Alvarez. 

Actors and acting. See Cook, D. ; — Doran ; 
— Winter. 

Adams, William H. D. The Eastern Archi- 
pelago. Illiis. and map. L. , 1880. 8°. 3079.70 

Africa. See Bainier ; — Geddie ; — Selous ; — 
With. 

Agnosticism. See Conflicts. 

Agricultural implements. See Allen, J. T. 

Agriculture. See Burn ; — Massachusetts. 
Board of agriculture ; — Roland ; — Tanner ; — 
Warington. 

Agrippa von Nettesheitn, Heinrich Cornelius. 
See Prost. 

Alcott, Louisa M. See Magasin. 

Alexander, Patrick P. Carlyle redivivus, being 
an occasional discourse on Sauerteig. Bj Smel- 
fungus \^pseud.\ Glasgow, 1881. Sm. 8°. 2559.79 

Alexander and Dindimus : or, the letters of 
Alexander to Dindimus, king of the Brahmans, 
with the replies of Dindimus; being a second 
fragment of the alliterative romance of Alisaun- 
der; tr. from the Latin, about A.D. 1340-50; 
re-ed. from the unique ms. in the Bodleian 
library. By W. W. Skeat. L., 
English text society.] 8". 

Algae. See Bornet ; — Farlow. 

Algebra. See Macfarlane. 

Algiers. See Ldlu. 

Allen, Grant. Early Britain. 
Britain. L. [1881 ?] Sm. 8". 



[Early 
'■**46o7.3o 



Anglo-Saxon 
24193,50 



Allen, James T. Digest of agricultural imple- 
ments patented in the U. S. from 1789 to July, 
1881. [N. Y.,i88i.] I v.. Plates; I v., Claims. 
4°. Patent Room 

One of an edition of 100 copies. 

Alvarez, Francisco. Narrative of the Portu- 
guese embassy to Abyssinia, 1520-1527. Tr. from 
the Portuguese, and ed. by Lord Stanley of 
Alderley. L., 18S1. Map. [Hakluyt soc. Publ.] 
8°. *2264.70 

Amazon river. See Verne. 

America. See Mackenzie. 

America, South. See Dahlgren; — Mulhall. 

American colonies. See Dillon. 

American entomological society, Philadel- 
phia. Transactions. Vol. i-8. Phila., 1867- 
80. Plates. 8°. *3893.50 

Vols. 7 and 8 have added to the title " and proceedings of 
the Entomological section of the Academy of natural 
sciences." 

American gynecological society. Transac- 
tions. Vol. 4, 5. 1879, 80. B., 1880, 8i. Portr. 
Illus. 8°. *5774'5i 

Each volume contains an index to the gynecological and 
obstetric literature of all countries for the preceding year. 

American journal of mathematics. Vol. 3. 
Camb., 1880. Plates. 4°. *79ioa.55 

American tube works, Boston. List of sizes, 
weights, etc., of seamless drawn brass tubes, and 
seamless drawn copper tubes. B. [1879.] 8°. 

8018.40 



BATES HALL 



January, 



Americana. See Stevens. 
Anatomy, Artistic. See Warren. 
Ancient parish church, The, of Eccles. Eccles, 
1864. Sm. 8°. *2498.i8 

The preface is signed Crux. 

Ancona, Eligio. Historiade Yucatan. Merida, 
1S78-S0. 4v. Portr. Plate. 8°. *23i2.57 

Anderson, Joseph. Scotland in early Christian 
times. (2d ser.) The Rhind lectures in archaeology 
for 1880. Edinb., 1881. Illus. 8°. 24703.67 

Andrews, Alfred. Genealogical history of 
Deacon Stephen Hart and his descendants, 1632- 
1875. Published by Austin Hart. Hartford, 1875. 
Portrs. 8°. *4338-64 

Anglo Saxon language and literature. See 
Blickling homilies. 

Anjou, Counts of. See Marchegay. 

Annales du theatre et de la musique. 2e-6e 
annee. 1876-80. P., 1877-81. 5 v. 12°. *4699.50 

Edited by :6douard Noel and Edmond Stoullig. 

Annee m^dicale, L'. 36 ann^e. 1880. P., 
1881. 18°. *37i9-55 

Annuaire de I'armde fran<jaise pour 1879. ^-j 
1879. 8°. *4638.i2 

Annuaire de la noblesse de France. 1879. 
P. [1879.] Plates. 12°. , *4639.i4 

Annuaire de la presse frangaise. Emile Mer- 
met,^d. 1880. le annee. P., 1880. 18°. *6i99.3 

Anonymous works. See Halkett. 

Antiquities. See Anderson; — Baye; — Bou- 
tell ; — Cambridge, England ; — Clermont-Gan- 
neau ; — Gastaldi ; — Halevy ; — Haynes ; — Mari- 
ette; — Martigny; — Mdnant; — Oppert; — 
Soldi ; — Wilson ; — Yemen. 

Ants. See McCook. 

Appleton, John H. A short course in quanti- 
tative chemical analysis. 3d ed. Phila., 18S1. 
Illus. 16°. 5979-75 

Aramaeans. See Featherman. 

Architecture. 6'«c Delaporte ; — Paris. Exposi- 
tion ttniverselle ; — Viollet-le-Duc ; — ^Zamarski. 

Archives de biologic, publiees par E. van 
Beneden et C. van Bambeke. T. i. P., 1880. 
Illus. Plates. 8°. *3887.50 

Arctic regions. See Beesly; — Gilder. 

Ariosto, Ludovico. The Orlando Furioso. 
Tr. into English verse, by W. S. Rose. New ed. 
L., 1876, 77. 2 V. Illus. Portr. Sm. 8°. 2777.58 

Aristoteles. The Nicomachean ethics. IBooks 
1-4, and book 10, chaps. 6-9. Being the portions 
required in the Oxford pass school. With notes 
by E. L. Hawkins. Oxford, 1881. 8°. 2972.54 

Arnold, Edwin. See Flanders. 

Arnold, Matthew. Merope. A tragedy. L., 
1858. Sm. 8°. 45603.30 

The preface gives an account of other tragedies based 
upon the story of Merope. 

Amould, Jules H. Nouveaux Elements d'hy- 
giene. P., 1881. Illus. 8°. 3763.65 

Aroostook county, Maine. See Roe. 

Ars moriendi. The. (Editio princeps, circa 
1450.) A reproduction of the copy in the British 
museum. Ed. by W. Harry Rylands. With an 
introd. by George Bullen. L., 1881. Illus. 
[Holbein society.] 4°. *^*407i.75 

Art, U. T. 25. P., 1S81. Fo. *735o.2 

Art amateur. The, a monthly journal. V. 3, 4. 
June, 1880, to May, 81. N. Y. [1880-81.] 2 v. 
in I. Illus. F°. ^6950. 1 

Asia Minor. See Steveneoijf 

Assyria, See Oppert, 



Astronomy. See Faye ; — Great Britain ; — 
Holden ; — Proctor ; — Radcliffe ; — Sydneys ; — 
United States. Naval observatory. 

Aubertin, Charles. Histoire de la langue et 
de la litterature franQaises au moyen age d'apr^s 
les travaux les plus recents. P., 1876, 78. 2 v. 
8°. 2673.57 

Austin, Alfred. Savonarola. A tragedj'. L., 
1881. Sm. 8°. 2563.63 

Australia. See Etheridge ; — Woolls. 

Austria. See Linz. 

Authors. See Wheeler, W. A. 

Ayer, N. W., and Sons. American newspaper 
annual, with a description of each state, territory 
and county in the U. S. Phila., 1881. Illus. 8°. 

*2i40.i7 

A)rres, Alfred, pseud. See Osmun, Thomas E. 

Babcock, Emma W. Household hints. N. Y., 
1881. [Appletons' home books.] 12°. 6007.34 

Babylon. See Halevy. 

Baffin, William. See Markham. 

Bainier, P. F. La geographic appliqude a la 
marine, au commerce [etc.]. T. i, 3. P., 1877, 
78. L. 8°. ♦2271.50 

Contents. — i. Gtographie gdndrale ; France. — 3. Afrique. 

Baldwin, Mary B. See Pitman. 

Banning, Hubert A., and Arden, Henry. Re- 
ports of patent causes, decided in the circuit 
courts of the United States siece January 1. 1874. 
Vol. I. N. Y., 1S81. 8°. *3663.56 

Baptists. See Dexter. 

Barbour, George M. Florida for tourists, 
invalids and settlers. With map and illus. N. Y., 

1882 [1881]. 12°. 2363.74 

Bardeen, C. W. Educational journalism. Ad- 
dress, Aug. 7, 1881. Syracuse, i88i. 8°. 5594.58 

Bardoux, Agenor. Le comte de Montlosieret 
le gallicanisme. P., 1881. [Etudes sociales et 
politiques.] 8°. 26503.62 

The count Montlosier, b. 17SS, d. 1838, was attitched to 
the Bourbons in his political sympathies. Though opposed 
to some of the methods of the ecclesiastical power in France, 
be was an ardent catholic. 

Barrett, Lawrence. Edwin Forrest. With 
illus. B., 1881. Portrs. [American actor 
series.] 8°. 4348.114 

Baye, Joseph, baron de. L'archdologie pr^- 
historique. P., 18S0. 8°. 22303.58 

Beard, George M. Stimulants and narcotics. 
N. Y., 1877. 12°. 37903.60 

Beers, Frederick Vi,,fub. Atl3s of Cumber- 
land CO., Maine; from actual surveys. N. Y., 
1 87 1. F°. ^ *4430.54 

Beesly, Augustus H. Sir John Franklin. L. , 
1881. Maps. [New Plutarch.] Sm. 8°. 24593.69 

Beggs, Thomas. Sketch of the life and labours 
of Alderman John Guest, of Rotherham, with 
selections from his poems and letters. L. , 1881. 
Portr. Sm. 8°. 24593.67 

Beljame, Alexandre. Le public et les hommes 
de lettres en Angleterre au xviue sifecle, 1660- 
1744. (Dryden — Addison — Pope.) P., 1881. 
8°. 2551.5a 

Pages 412-503 contain a selected bibliography of English 
literature from 1660 to 1744. 

Belize, Armand, and Duchemin, Victor, ed. 
Cahiers de plaintes et dol^ances des paroisses de 
la province du Maine pour les Etats gen^raux de 
1789. T. I. Le Mans, 1881. [Extrait de I'An- 
nuaire de la Sarthe.] i8°. 46i9-53 



1882. 



BATES HALL 



Bengali language. See Browne. 

Benjamin, Samuel G. W. Our American 
artists. [ist], 2d series. lUus. For young 
people. B. (CoJ>. 1879,81.] 2 v. 4°. *4074.85 

Conlents.— i.W. H. Beard ; A. F. Bellows ; R. S. Gifford ; 
W. M. Chase; S. R. Giflford; W. Shirlaw; J. J. Enneking; 
T.W.Wood; S. Colman; Wordsworth Thompson; G. L. 
Brown ; D. Neal. — 3. John I^afarge ; Arthur Quartley ; Daniel 
Huntington; Thomas Hill; E. L. Weeks; J. W. Champney; 
G. Inness; J. S. Hartley; C. S. Reinhart; Lady illustrators; 
A. V. S. Anthony; Architecture. 

Benson, Eugene. Gaspara Stampa. With a 
selection from her sonnets, tr. by George Flem- 
ing [pseud, of Julia Fletchei-]. B., 1881. 12°. 

2749.67 

Bent, James T. The life of Giuseppe Gari- 
baldi. With a portr. L., 1881. Sm. 8°. 2748.55 

Bergen, Teunis G. Register in alphabetical 
order, of the early settlers of Kings county, Long 
Island, to 1700; with biographies and genealo- 
gies. N. Y., 1881. 8°. *2376.69 

Berneck, Carl G. von. Der Welfenlegionar. 
Erzahlung von Bernd von Guseck [pseud."]. 
Berlin, 1869. 16°. 4872.71 

Besant, Walter, and Rice, James. Sir Richard 
Whittington, lord mayor of London. L., 1881. 
[New Plutarch.] Sm. 8°. 2459a.66 

Besant, William H. A treatise on hydrome- 
chanics. 3d ed. Camb., 1877. 8°. 3944.60 

Biart, Lucien. See Magasin. 

Bible. The international revision commen- 
tary on the New Testament, based upon the re- 
vised version of 1881. By English and American 
scholars and members of the revision committee. 
Ed. by P. SchafF. Vol. 2. The Gospel accord- 
ing to Mark [explained by M. B. Riddle]. N.Y., 
1881. Map. Sm. 8°. **H.98.42 

— % Le nouueau Testament | auquel est de- 
monstre lesu Christ sauveur du monde estre 
venu. Anuers \ ^ar Martin Lempereur Ian. M.D. 
XXXI. 16°. **G.288.34 

This is the first French translation of the New Testa- 
ment, made by Jacques Le Ffevre d'Estaples. 

— See Home ; — Mdnant ; — Murray ; — Neil ; 
— Pentecost ; — Wogue. 

Bibliography. See Beljame ; — Cook, J. ; — 
English dialect soc. Series A. ; — Halkett ; — Index 
medicus ; — Lambert ; — McClintock ; — Muehl- 
brecht ; — Sutton ; — U. S. Deft, of State. 

Bibliothfeque nationale, Paris. Departeraent 
des manuscrits. Catalogue des manuscrits fran- 
9ais. T. 1,3. P., 1868, 81. 4°. *6i40.5 

Billee Taylor, nautical opera. See Stephens. 

Billings, John D. The history of the Tenth 
Massachusetts battery of light artillery, 1862-65. 
B., 1881. Portrs. Illus. 8°. 4222.63 

Bingham, D. A. The marriages of the Bona- 
partes. L., 1881. 2 v. Sm. 8°. 4646.56 

Biography. {Collections.) 5cc Benjamin ; — 
Cochrane ; — Cook, D. ; — Homes ; — Koeni- 
gliche ; — Shedd ; — Williams. 

Biology. See Archives. 

Birds. See Brown, J. A. H; — Maynard; — 
Rolland ; — Watkins. 

Birthday books. See Longfellow ; — Whittier. 

Black, John R. Young Japan. Yokohama 
and Yedo. A narrative of the settlement a;id the 
city from 1858 to the close of 1879. With a 
glance at the progress of Japan. Yokohama, 
1880, 81. 2 V. 8°. 3012.56 

Black hills, Dakota. SeeV. S. Geoff, survey. 

Blackboard exercises. See Crafts. 



Blackie, John S. Lay sermons. L., 1881. 
8°. 5445.73 

— Same. N. Y., 1881. 12°. 5445-75 
Blanc, (J.J.) Louis. Questions d'aujourd'hui 

et de demain. ire-3e s^rie. Politique. P., 
1873-80. 3 V. 12° 2659.71 

Blavier, E. E. Des grandeurs ^lectriques et 
de leur mesure en unites absolues. P., 1881. 
Plate. 8°. 3966.76 

Blickling homilies, The, of the loth century. 
From the Marquis of Lothian's unique MS. a.d. 
971. Ed. with a tr. and index of words, by R. 
Moi-ris. L., 1880. Fac-simile. [Early English 
text society.] 8°. *^*24i7,65 

Block books. See Ars moriendi. 

Blood. See Marey. 

Bock, Carl. The head-hunters of Borneo : a 
narrative of travel up the Mahakkam and down 
the Barito ; also, journeys in Sumatra. With 
coloured plates, map, and other illus. L., 1881. 
8". 307oa.52 

Bonaparte family. See Bingham. 

Bonet-Maury, G. Des origines du christia- 
nisme unitaire chez les Anglais. P., 1881. 8°. 

5451.71 

Books. See Porter ; — Rouveyre. 

Bordeaux, Prance. See Michel. 

Borneo. , See Bock. 

Bornet, Ed., and Thuret, G. Notes algolo- 
giques. Fasc. 1,2. P., 1876, 80. 2 v. Plates. 
Po. *3850.50 

Boston. Auditor of accounts' annual report. 
1880-81. '*6358.ii 

— Board of health. Ninth annual report. 
1880-81. *7765-50 

— City hospital. Seventeenth report of the 
trustees, 1881. *5765.69 

— Municipal register. 1881. *6357.i9 

— School committee. Annual report, 1880. 

"^6347. 1 

— Water board. Fifth annual report. 1881. 

*6355-50 

— See Drake ; — Stranger's ; — Winsor. 
Botany. See Hervey ; — Meehan ; — Ruskin ; 

— Woolls. 

Boub^e, Simon. Mongroldon ler, roi du 
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Bouchardat, Apollinaire. Traits d'hygiene 
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Bourneville, Magloire D., and Regnard, P. 
Iconographie photographique de la Salpetrifere. 
Service de M. Charcot. P., 1877-80. 3 v. Illus. 
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Contains photographs of epileptics. 

Boutell, Charles. Christian monuments in 
England and Wales. L., 1854. Illus. 80.8064.62 

Bowditch, Nathaniel. The new American 
practical navigator : containing tables. With 
appendix. Wash., 1880. 8°. *7952-56 

Bowman, Frederic H. The structure of the 
cotton fibre in its relation to technical applica- 
tions. Illus. Manchester, 1881. 8°. 8017.55 

Boyce, C. W. Electricity; with a study on 
electro-therapeutics. Chicago, 1880. Sq. 16°. 

5969a.25 

Bracton, or Bretton, Henry de. De legibus et 
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Bradley family. See Lloyd. 



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Brett, William H. Mission work among the 
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Brewing, See Paris. Exposition universelle. 

Bric-^-brac. See Goncourt ; — Oppenheim. 

Bright, Henry A. The English flower garden, 
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Reprinted from the Quarterly review, London, April, 
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Bright, John. See Smith, G. B. 

Brine, Mary D. Grandma's attic treasures : a 
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Brinklow, Henry, d. 1546. Complaynt of 
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unto the parliament howse of Ingland his natural 
cuntry: for the redresse of certen wicked lawes, 
euel customs, a[n]d cruel decreys (about a.d. 
1542), and the Lamentacyon of a christen 
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British Burma gazetteer. [H. R. Spearman, 
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British museum. Department of coins and 
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Britten, James. European ferns. With col- 
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Brocken, The, Prussia. See Heine. 

Broglie, Auguste T. P. de, abbd. Le posi- 
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2 V. 8°. 36003.60 

Brooke, Richard. Liverpool as it was during 
the last quarter of thexviiith century. Liverpool, 
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Brooks, Phillips. The candle of the Lord, and 
other sermons. N. Y., 1881. 12°. 5445-71 

Brown, George W. A sketch of the life of 
Thomas Donaldson. Baltimore, 1881. 8°, 1. p. ' 

*2340.35 
Brown, John A. H., and others. Report on 
the migration of birds in the spring and autumn 
of 1880. By John A. H. Brown, John Cordeaux, 
and Philip Kermode. L., 1881. Sm. 8°. 3906.55 
Browne, J. F. Bdngdli primer in Roman 
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Browning, Oscar. An introduction to the his- 
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X, ^,. 3596.66 

Brownmg, Elizabeth Barrett. " He giveth his 
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Browning, Robert. Poems. New ed. B., 
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Bruce, Alexander B. The chief end of revela- 
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Bruce, Wallace. The Hudson. [Poems.] 
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2404.66 

Brucker, J. Jacques Marquette et la decouverte 
de la valine du Mississipi. Lyon, 1880. 8°. 

2372.75 

Extrait des Etudes religieuses. Vol. 4 [7367.5]. Briefly 
describes Marquette's voyage down the Mississippi in 1673. 
La Salle's claims to priority are denied. 



Buck, James S. Pioneer history of Milwaukee 
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Buddhism. See Davids ; — Feer. 

Buenos Ayres. See Wilcocke. 

Bugeaud de la Picconerie, Thomas R., due 
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Bulkley, Lucius D. Eczema and its manage- 
ment. N. Y., 1881. 8°. 3791-57 

Bunce, Oliver B. Bachelor Bluff: his opinions, 
sentiments, and disputations. N. Y., 1881. 12°. 

2404.61 

Republished from Appleton's Journal with alterations and 
additions. 

Burke, Sir (J.) Bernard, ed. The book of 
orders of knighthood and decorations of honour 
of all nations. Comprising an historical account 
of each order. With fac-simile coloured illus. of 
insignia. L., 1858. 8°. • *6232.5i 

Burmah. See British. 

Bum, Robert S. The practical directory for 
the improvement of landed property, and the 
economic cultivation of its farms. Illus. Edinb., 
1881. 4°. *399i-8 

Burnett, James C. The medicinal treatment 
of diseases of the veins, more especially of 
venosity, varicocele, hzemorrhoids, and varicose 
veins. L. : The homoeopathic pub. co. 1881. 
Sm. 8". 3809.77 

Burton, Richard F. Camoens : his life and 
his Lusiads. A commentary. L., 1881. 2 v. 
Sm. 8°. 3098.28 

In vol. a, pp. 6S1-6S9 is a list of the editions of the works 
of Camoens, and a table of the translations. 

Bush, Philippa C. Memoir of Anne Gorham 
Everett: with extracts from her correspondence 
and journal. B., 1857. 12°. 4445.64 

Butterfield, Consul W. History of the dis- 
covery of the Northwest by John Nicolet in 1634, 
with a sketch of his life. Cincinnati, 1881. 16°. 

*2379-75 
Butts, Isaac. Protection and free trade. N. Y. , 
1875. Portr. 12°. 365958 

In favor of free trade. 

Byam, George. Wanderings in some of the 
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Central America. L., 1850. Map. Illus. 12°. 

4466.67 

Mostly in Chili. 

California. See Dall. 

Calkins, Norman A. Manual of object-teach- 
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— Primary object lessons. 40th ed., rev. N. Y., 
1881. Illus. 12°. 5599-76 

Cambodia. See Delaporte- 

Cambridge, England. Antiquarian society. 
Antiquarian communications. Vol. 3. 1864-76. 
Camb., 1879. Folded plans. Plates. 8°. •2506.6 

Cambridge, Mass. Exercises in celebrating 
the 250th anniversary of the settlement of Cam- 
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Camoens, Luis de. See Burton. 

Campello, Enrico di, conte. Count Campello. 
An autobiography. Giving his reasons for leav- 
ing the Papal church. With an introd. by Wil- 
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Canada. See Molinari ; — Ramezay ; — So- 
ci^t^ litt^raire et historique; — Tass6. 

Carey, William. See Culross. 



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Carlyle, Thomas. See Alexandef-, P. P. 

Caroline, queen of George IV. See Fitz- 
George ; — Green bag ; — Hone ; — Kettle ; — 
Queen, The; — Queen's budget; — Queen's let- 
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Carpentry. See Every. 

Carriages. 5ee Great Britain. Com. of patents. 

Cartier, Jacques. See Society litt^raire et his- 
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Cartwright, Julia M. Mantegna and Francia. 
L., 1881. IIlus. Portrs. [Illus. biog. of the 
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Castro, Thomas. See Cockburn. 

Caucasus. See Phillipps-Wolley. 

Cellarius, pseud. A new analogy between re- 
vealed religion and the course and constitution 
of nature. L., 1881. 8°. 3438.74 

Centz, P. C, pseud. See Sage, Bernard J. 

Chadwick, Edmund, and Boardman, James. 
Reports on the estate of Sir Andrew Chadwick, 
and the recent proceedings of the Chadwick as- 
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A. Chadwick by J. O. Chadwick. L., 1881. 
Portr. 8". *2433-53 

Chadwick, John W. The man Jesus : a course 
of lectures. B., 1881. 12°. 3478.83 

Charcoal drawing. See Meusnier. 

Charency, Hyacinthe de. Des signes de nume- 
ration en Maya. Alenijon, 1881. 8°. 2314.67 

Chemistry. See Appleton ; — Fownes ; — Ros- 
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Chester, Henrietta M. Russia, past and pres- 
ent. Adapted from the German of Lankenau 
and Oelnitz. With map and illus. L. , 1881. 
Sm. 8°. 3066.19 

Taken mainly from " Das heutige Russland " (Leipzig, 
1870), supplemented by information from more recent works. 

Chichester, England. See Stephens, W. R. W. 

Chili. See Byam. 

China. See Hughes. 

China-painting. See Hill. 

China-ware. See Jones. 

Chinese literature. See Chuang Tsze. 

Chisholm, George G. The two hemispheres : 
a popular account of the countries and peoples 
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Chisholm's all-round route and panoramic 
guide of the St. Lawrence and West. Montreal, 
i88o. Illus. Maps. 8°. *2389.67 

Christ. See Chadwick, J. W. ; — Flanders. 

Christian antiquities. See Anderson ; — Boutell. 

Christianity. See Row ; — Simcox ; — Sorley. 

Chuang Tsze, Taoist philosopher. The divine 
classic of Nan-Hua. With an excursus, and 
copious annotations in English and Chinese. 
Shanghai, 1881. 8°. 3024.21 

Cincinnati, Ohio. Chamber of commerce, and 
merchants' exchange. Annual reports, 22, 23, 27, 
28,31,32. Cine, 1870-80. 5v. 8°. *7643.2 

Circourt, Adolphe M. P., comte de. See 
Huber-Saladin. 

Civilization. See Lubbock. 

Clark, Daniel K. Tramways, with special refer- 
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Supplementary volume. L., 1882 [1881]. Plates. 
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Clark, Rush. Memorial addresses on the life 
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from Iowa), in the House of representatives and 
in the Senate, 46th congress, 2d session. [April, 
1879.] Wash., 1881. Pqrtr. 8°. 4441-73 



Clarke, James Freeman. Events and epochs in 
religious history ; being the substance of lectures 
delivered in the Lowell institute, Boston, 1880. 
B., 1881. Portrs. Illus. Map. Fac-simile. 8°. 

352555 

Contents. — The catacombs ; Buddhist monks of Central 
Asia; Christian monks and monastic life; Augustine, 
Anselm, Bernard, and their times; Jeanne D'Arc; Savon, 
arola and the renaissance ; Luther and the reformation ; 
Loyola and the Jesuits; Mystics in all religions; George 
F"ox and the Quakers; The Huguenots; John Wesley and 
his times. 

Clermont-Ganneau, Charles. L'imagerie phd- 
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Contents. — ire partie. La coupe ph^nicienne de Pales- 
trina avec huit planches. 

Cleveland [Ohio] directory for the year end- 
ing June, 1881. Vol. 10. Cleveland, 1880. 8°. 

♦4390.58 

Clyde, John C, ed. Life of James H. Coffin. 
Easton, 1881. Portr. Illus. 12°. 4349.96 

Ccbden, Richard. See Morley. 

Cochrane, Robert. Earnest lives. Edinb., 
1881. Sm. 8°. 24593.74 

Contents. — Lucy Hutchinson; Lady Rachel Russell; 
Frederick Perthes; Robert Moffat; Janet Hamilton; Sir 
David Brewster; Charles Knight. 

— Great orators, statesman and divines ; brief 
lives, with specimens of characteristic speeches. 
Edinb., 1881. Portr. Sm. 8". 24593.73 

Cockburn, ^iV Alexander J. E. Charge of the 
Lord chief justice of England in the case of the 
queen against Thomas Castro, otherwise Arthur 
Orton, otherwise Sir Roger Tichborne. L., 
1874,75. 2 v. 8°. *7687.n 

The delivery of this charge was begun on the i6otli day 
and finished on the 188th day of the trial. The volumes 
contain each 821 pp. Vol. 2 has 23 plates of fac-similes of 
handwriting. 

Coffin, James H. See Clyde. 

Cohen, Henry. Description historique des 
monnaies frappees sous I'empire romain commu- 
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T. I. P., 1880. Illus. 8°. *275i.5i 

Colonna, Vittoria, marchesa di Pescara. See 
Roscoe, Mrs. H. 

Colorado. See Dall. 

Comenius {properly Komensky), Johann A. 
See Laurie. 

Commerce. 6'ee Paris. Exposition universelle ; 
— Phear. 

Comte, (I.) Auguste (M. F. X.). La philoso- 
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81. 2 V. 8°. 36003.61 

Conferences de I'Association scientifique de 
France*, a la Sorbonne, 1878-80. Comptes rendus 
par H. Grignet. P., 1881. 16°. 59i9a-50 

Conflicts, The, of the age. N.Y., 1881. 80. 

5481.57 

Contents. — An advertisement for a new religion, by an 
evolutionist. The confession of an agnostic, by an agnos- 
tic. What morality have we left? by a new light moralist. 
Review of the fight, by a Yankee farmer. 

Papers republished from the North American review, 
with a few additional paragraphs. 

Contagion. See U. S. Bureau of agriculture. 

Conversation. See Huntington. 

Conversations on the creation : chapters on 
Genesis and evolution. By a layman. L. 
[1881.] Sm. 8°. 5489a.5i 



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Cook, Dutton. Hours with the players. L., 
x88i. 3v. 80. 2476.65 

Conttnts. — Vol. i. Will Mountford and Lord Mohun; 
Mrs. Woffington; Poor Perdita; Sir Peter Teazle; Lady 
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Backbite; Mr. Crabtrce; Mrs. Candour; Sir Oliver Sur- 
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Cook, James. Bibliography of the writings of 
Charles Dickens, with many curious and inter- 
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1879. S°. *256oa.6o 

Cooke, George W. Ralph Waldo Emerson : 
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Cooke, M. C. Freaks and marvels of plant 
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Coole, Fermanagh co., Ireland. See Lowry- 
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Co-operative societies. See Paris. Exposition 
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Coquelin, Benoit C. Molifere et Le misan- 
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Corean language. See Dictionnaire. 

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Cortes, Hernando. See Lopez de G6mara. 

Corwin, Thomas. See Russell, A. P. 

Cory, Arthur. The Eastern menace. L., 1881. 
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The " Shadows of coming events," by the same author, 
rewritten, and much added. 

Costume. See Smith, C. H. 

Cotton. The journal of the cotton trade and 
its allied and auxiliary industries. Vol. i, 2. 
Manchester, 1877, 78. F°. *7650.i5 

Title of vol. 2 is, " Cotton and its allied industries. The 
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Cotton fibre. See Bowman. 

Couffon de Kerdellech, Alexandre. Recherches 
8ur la chevalerie du duch^ de Bretagne ; suivies 
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Counterpoint. See Richter. 

Cox, David. See Hall, W. 

Cox, Sir George W. The little cyclopaedia 
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Sm. 80. 8038.7 

This is in substance an English edition of Champlin's 
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are few and unimportant; the American authorship, however, 
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Cox, Homersham. The institutions of the 
English government. L., 1863. 8°. 2513.22 

Cox, John C. Notes on the churches of Derby- 
shire. With heliotypes and other illus. Ches- 
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Crafts, William F. Plain uses of the black- 
board and slate, and other illustrations in the 
Sunday-school and home. Added, illustrative 
teaching in the primary or infant school, by 
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Creation. See Conversations; — Obry. 

Crickets. See U. S. Entomological com. 

Crimea. See Phillipps-Wolley. 

Cromwell, Oliver. See Cornish. 

Crosby, Howard. See Moderation. 

Cruikshank, George. See Hone: — Queen: 
— R .... 1 fowls. 



Crustacea. See Rolland. 

Cuba. See Steele. 

Cui, Cdsar. La musique en Russie. [Appen- 
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4044.68 

Culross, James. William Carey. L., 1881. 
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Cumberland county, Maine. See Beers. 

Cummings, William H. [Henry] Purcell. 
L., 1881. [Great musicians.] Sm. 8°. 4047.67 

Cuneiform inscriptions. See Haldvy ; — Op- 
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Cunha, J. Gerson da. The Konkani language 
and literature. For the Bombay gazetteer. Bom- 
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Cylinders, Oriental. See M^nant. 

Dahlgren, Madeline V. South sea sketches. 
B., 1881. 12°. 2363.7a 

Incidents of a residence in South America. 

Dall, Caroline W. H. My first holiday; or, 
letters home from Colorado, Utah, and Cali- 
fornia. B., 1881. 16°. 2363.73 

Dalyell, John G. The darker superstitions of 
Scotland. Edinb., 1834. 8°. 76003.70 

Darwin, Charles R. The formation of veg- 
etable mould, through the action of worms, with 
observations on their habits. With illus. L., 
1881. Sm. 8°. 3875.21 

Daudet, Alphonse. Numa Roumestan. Mceurs 
parisiennes. 36 ^d. P., 1881. 12°. 46603.88 

Daudet (L. M.) Ernest. Histoire des con- 
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David, Ferdinand. Violin school. [Violin- 
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4°. 80403.56 

Davids, Thomas W. Rhys. Lectures on the 
origin and growth of religion as illustrated by 
some points in the history of Indian Buddhism. 
L., 1881. [The Hibbert lectures, 1881.] 8°. 

54803.55 

Davies, Thomas L. O. A supplementary 
English glossary. L., 1881. 8°. *2487.69 

Decoration. See Haweis ; — Revue des arts 
ddcoratifs. 

Decorations of honor. See Burke. 

Decourdemanche, J. A. Milleet un proverbes 
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A. Decourdemanche. P., 1878. 160. 50593.33 

Deguerre, Albert. De la liberty individuelle 
en droit romain et en droit franijais. P., 1876. 
8°. 5622.3 

Delaporte, Louis M. J. Voyage au Cambodge. 
L'architecture khmer. P., 18&. Map. Illus. 
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Demolins, Edmond. Histoire de France. P., 
1879, 80. 4 v. 18°. 4619.51 

Denmark. See Ott^. 

D6ploiement stratdgique probable des forces 
allemandes sur la frontiere fran<;aise. Avec 
cartes. P., 1881. 80. 3957-56 

Extract du Journal des sciences militaires. 

Depping, Guillaume. Le chevalier de Jars, 
son histoire, son proems (1633). P., 1881. 
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De Quincey, Thomas. See Masson. 

Derbyshire, England. See Cox, J. C 



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Deschamps, Eustache. CEuvres completes, 
publiees par le marquis de Queux de Saint- 
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ci^te des anciens textes fran(jais.] 8°. 2694.71 

Design. See Rimmer. 

De Vinnd, Daniel. History of the Irish primi- 
tive church, together with the life of St. Patrick, 
and his confession. N.Y., 1870. 16°. 5527.12 

Dewing, Maria R. , formerly Miss Oakey. 
Beautv in dress. N.Y., 1881. 16°. 6007.74 

Dexter, Henrv M. True story of John Smyth, 
the Se-Baptist; with an inquiry whether dipping 
were a new mode of baptism in England, in or 
about 1641. With collections toward a bibli- 
ography of the first two generations of the 
Baptist controversy. B., 1881. 8°. " *3543-69 

Dickens, Charles. Letters. Vol. 3. 1836-70. 
Ed. by his sister-in-law and his eldest daughter. 
L., 1882 [1881]. 8°. 2455.60 

— Same. Vol. 3. N.Y., 1881. 12°. 2457.65 

— See Cook, J. ; — Hassard. 
Dictionnaire cor^en-fran9ais. Contenant : i. 

Partie lexicographique ; 2. Partie grammaticale ; 
3. Partie geographique. Par les missionnaires de 
Corde de la Societe des missions etrangeres de 
Paris. Yokohama, 1880. 3 parts in i v. Map. 
8°. 3031-66 

Diet. See Kingsford. 

Dillon, John B. Oddities of colonial legisla- 

' tion in America, with authentic records of the 

origin and growth of pioneer settlements [etc.]. 

Indianapolis, 1879. Portr. 8°. 4222,61 

Diocesan histories. See Low ; — Poole ; — 
Stephens, W. R. W. 

Diplomacy. See U. S. Dept. of State. 

Dolomites. See Leclercq, J. 

Domesday book. Vol. i, 11 [and iii, iv]. 
[London.] 1783, i8i6. 4 v. F°. *7040.4-6 

Contents. — i, 2. Domesday book. 3. Libri censualis 
vocati Domesday book, indices. 4. Libri censualis, addi- 
tamenta ex codic. antiquiss. Exon' Domesday. Inquisitio 
Eliensis. Liber VVinton'. Boldon book. 

Volumes I, 3, were published in 1783, under the care of 
Abraham Farley, and were never reprinted, althoug^h titles, 
dated 1S16, are often added to these volumes. Volumes 3, 4, 
were prepared by a Record commission, appointed in 1800. 

" '1 he most ancient record in the kingdom, and the regis- 
ter from which judgment was to be given upon the value, 
tenure, and services of tlie land, therein described." — 
Lowndes. 

Domestic animals. See U. S. Bureau of 
agriculture. 

Domestic economy. See Babcock. 

Donaldson, Thomas. See Brown, G. W. 

Doran.John. In and about Drury Lane and 
other papers. Repr. from 'Temple Bar.' L., 
1881. 2 V. 8". 2555-72 

In vol. 1 arc biographical sketches of Master Betty, 
Charles Young, Wm. C. Macrcady; and in vol. 2, of the 
Dibdins, Horatio Nelson, £mma Hamilton, and £. W. 
Montagu. 

Drake, Samuel A. Around the Hub. A boys' 
book about Boston. B., 1881. Illus. 16°. 2359.78 

— The heart of the White Mountains, their 
legend and scenery. With illus. by W. Hamilton 
Gibson. N. Y., 1880 [1881]. Map. 4°. *238oa.2 

Drama (including the stage). See Annales; 

— Cook, D. ; — Doran ; — Fitzgerald, P. ; — 
James ; — Matthews ; — Zola. 

Draper, Lyman C. King's mountain and its 
heroes : history of the battle, Oct. 7th, 1780. 
With steel portrs., maps, and plans. Cincinnati, 
1 88 1. 8°. 4222.62 

Dress. See Dewing. 

Drury Lane theatre. See Doran. 



Du Bled, Victor. Histoire de la monarchic 
de juillet de 1830 a 1848. Avec une introd. sur 
le droit constitutionnel aux Etats-Unis, en Suisse, 
en Angleterre et en Belgique. P., 1877, 79- 2 v. 
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Du Chaillu, Paul B. The land of the mid- 
night sun : journeys through Sweden, Norway, 
Lapland, and northern Finland. With map and 
illus. L., 1881. 2 V. 8°. 2862.64 

Duerer, Albrecht. See Heath, R. F. 

Dulles, John W. The ride through Palestine. 
Illus. by maps and engr. Phila., 1881. 12°. 

3079.71 

Duparc, Henry, and Cochin, Henry. Expul- 
sions des congregations religieuses; r^cits et 
tdmoignages. Preceddes d'une preface par M. le 
due de Broglie. P., 1881. 18'*. 5528.54 

Durand, Alice. Les degr^s de I'^chelle. Par 
Henry Grdville [;)5e?<^.]. ge dd. P., 1881. 18°. 

466oa.87 

Durham, England. , See Low. 

Dussieux, Louis (E.). Le chateau de Ver- 
sailles. Histoire et description. Versailles, 
1881. 2 V. Illus. 80. 2635.65 

Dutuit, Eugene. Manuel de I'amateur d'es- 
tampes. Ouvrage enrichi de fac-similes des 
estampes les plus rares reproduites par I'h^lio- 
gravure. [T. 4.] P., 1881. 8«. *6o73.50 

Contents. — 4. ficoles flamande et hollandaise. T. i. 
Aken-Goyen. 

Dyer, Thomas F. T. Domestic folk-lore. L. 
[1881.] Sm. 8°. 24693.85 

Earliest royal decree, The, on printing; or, 
Thierry Martins in Spain. (Seville, December 
25. 1477-) New Haven, i88i. F°. **6ii9.i5 

Number five of fifty copies only, reproduced from a tra- 
cing of the original manuscript, and edited by W. I. Knapp. 

Early English text society. See Alexander 
and Dindimus ; — Blickling homilies ; — Brink- 
low ; — Fisher, J. ; — Furnivall ; — Generydes ; — 
Gesta Romanorum ; — Lay folks ; — Morris ; — 
Myroure ; — Romance ; — WicklifF. 

Earth, The. See Hallock. 

East, The. See Stanley. 

Eastern question. See Cory. 

Ebers, Georg M. The emperor. A romance. 
From the German by Clara Bell. N. Y., 1881. 
2 V. 16°. 48703.67 

The scene is laid in Egypt at the time of tlie emperor 
Hadrian. 

Eccles, Lancashire. See Ancient. 

Ecclesiastical history. See Clarke ; — Sim- 
cox ; — Sorley. 

Eclectic magazine. Index. See Griswold. 

Eczema. See Bulkley. 

Eden, Garden of. See Obry. 

Edinburgh university calendar. 1864-65, 80- 
81. Edinb., 1864, 80. Sm. 8". *2487.22 

Education. See Bardeen ; — Browning, O. ; — 
Calkins ; — Massachusetts. Board of education; 
— Pierre ; — U. S. Bureau of education. 

Edwards, Eliezer. Words, facts, and phrases. 
A dictionary of curious, "quaint, and out-of-the- 
way matters". L., 1882 [1881]. Sm. 8°. 2247.69 

Egypt : as seen in Scripture and on the monu- 
ments. L- [1881 ^ Illus. Sm. 8°. 50593.29 

Egypt, See Mariette ; — Oppert ; — Wilson. 

Ehlers, Rudolph- Das alte Gesetz und die 
neue Zeit. Die zehn Gebote fiir die Gegenwart 
ausgelegt. Frankfurt a. M., 1877. 16°. 5445.70 



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Eighteenth century. See Goncourt. 

Electric light. See Great Britain. Com. of 
■batents. 

Electricity. See Blavier ; — Boyce ; — Max- 
well : — Prescott. 

Eliot, George, ^5c«^. Daniel Deronda. N. Y. 
[Co/5. 1876.] 2 V. [Harper's Library ed.] \2°. 

*^*456ob.6i 

— See Manchester ; — Sutton. 

Ellery, Harrison. Pedigree of Ellery of the 
United States of America. B., 1881. Broadside. 

**443i.8 

Elliot, Frances. The diary of an idle woman 
in Sicily. L., 1881. 2 v. Sm. 8°. 2768.66 

Elson, Louis C. The harmonica. A collec- 
tion of four-part songs, for male voices, with 
German and English words, tr. and ed. by L. C. 
Elson. B. [Co/. 1878.] 5 V. 8°. 8052.106 

Emerson, George R. William Ewart Glad- 
stone. A biography. L. [1881.] Portr. 8°. 

2540-53 

Etnerson, Ralph W. See Cooke ; — Homes. 

Encyclopaedias, See Cox, Sir G. W. ; — Ed- 
wards. 

Engines (Air, Gas, etc.). See Great Britain. 
Com. of patents. 

England. History., etc. See Gairdner ; — 
Glover ; — Hassard ; — Palgrave ; — Syme ; — 
Taswell-Langmead ; — Traill; — Winter; — 
Yonge. 

England, Church of. See Diocesan histories ; — 
Franklin, B. 

English dialect society. 

— Series A. Namely: — 

— Skeat, W. W., and Nodal, J. H., ed. Bib- 
liographical list of works, illustrative of the 
various dialects of English. L., 1877. 8". 

*H.*46o3.50 

— Series B. Namely : — 

— Skeat, Walter W. , ed. Reprinted glossaries 
Nos. 1-22. L., 1873-79. 4v. ini. 8°. *,^*46o4.50 

— Series C. Original glossaries. L., 1873-81. 8°. 
Namely : — 

— Britten, James. Old country and farming 
words : gleaned from agricultural Ijooks. 

***46o5.58 

— Courtney, Margaret A., and Couch, Thomas 
Q^ Glossary of words in use in Cornwall. 

No. I in ***46o5.57 

— Dickinson, William. Glossary' of words 
and phrases pertaining to the dialect of Cumber- 
land. No. 2 in ***46o5.55 

— Evans, Arthur B. Leicestershire words, 
phrases, and proverbs. _ ***46o5.59 

— Harland, John. Glossary of words used in 
Swaledale, Yorkshire. No. i in *^*46o5.5o 

— Patterson, William H. Glossary of words 
in use in the counties of Antrim and Down. 

No. 2 in ***46o5.57 

— Peacock, Edward. Glossary of words used 
in the wapentakes of Manley and Corringham, 
Lincolnshire. ' ***46o5.54 

— Robinson, C. Clough. Glossary of words 
pertaining to the dialect of Mid-Yorkshire ; with 
others peculiar to lower Nidderdale. ***46o5.53 

— Robinson, F. K. Glossary of words used in 
the neighbourhood of Whitby. ***46o5.5i 

— Ross, Frederick, and 'others. Glossary of 
words used in Holderness, in the East-riding of 
Yorkshire. No. i in ***46o5.55 

— Skeat, Walter W., ed. Cleveland words 
[etc.]. No. 2 in ***46o5.5o 



English dialect society, continued. 

— Series D. Natnely : — 

— Specimens of English dialects, i. Devon- 
shire. An Exmoor scolding and courtship, ed. by 
F. T. Elworthy. 2. Westmoreland. A bran new 
wark [by W. de Worfat, ^5e«</. of Wm. Hutton], 



ed. by W. W. Skeat. L., 1879. 



^*46o6.53 



Tusser, Thomas. Fine hundred pointes of 
good husbandrie. 8°. *^*46o6.52 

English language and literature. See IBeljame ; 
— Davies ; — Early English text society ; — Hal- 
kett ; — Hall, T. D. ; — Hodgson ; — 'Hows ; — 
Hunt ; — Jackson ; — Osmun ; — Webster. 

Engravings. See Dutuit. 

Entomology. See American entomological 
society ; — Rolland ; — Rothschild ; — U. S. JEn- 
tomological com. 

Epictetus. The Encheiridion of Epictetus. 
Tr. from the Greek, with preface and notes, by 
T. W. H. Rolleston. L., 1881. Sm. 8°. 2979.73 

— The Enchiridion of Epictetus, and the 
Golden verses of Pythagoras. Tr. into English 
prose and verse. With some original poems. By 
Thomas Talbot. L., 1881. Sm''. 8°. 2979.72 

Epilepsy. See Bourneville. 

Essery, Richard A. Sketches of progress. 
L., 1S81. Sm. 8«. 5562.72 

Etchings. Sec Le Sage ; — Poets ; — Reid. 

Etheridge, Robert, yV., and Jack, Robert L. , 
compilers. Catalogue of works, papers, reports, 
and maps, on the geology, palaeontology, min- 
eralogy, etc., of the Australian continent and 
Tasmania. L., 1881. 8". *6i73.23 

Ethnography. See Paris. Exposition uni- 
versclle. 

Eton college library. See Thackeray. 

Europe. See Seguin. 

Evans, Christmas. See Hood. 

Everett, Anne G. See Bush. 

Every man his own mechanic. With 750 
engravings on wood. L. [1881.^] 8°. 8017.37 

Evidences of a revealed religion. Sec Bruce. 

Evolution. See Conversations ; — Schurman. 

Expftlsion of religious orders from France. 
Sec Duparc. 

Eye. See Giraud-Teulon. 

Fabrics. See Great Britain. Com. of patents. 

Falke, Jakob von. Greece and Rome, their 
life and art. Tr. by W. H. Browne. Illus. N.Y., 
1882 [1881]. 4". *«*296o.65 

Farlow, William G. Marine algae of New 
England and adjacent coast. Wash., 1881. 
Plates. 8°. 3844.61 

Repr. from the report of the U. S. fish com., for 1879. 

Farrar, Charles S. History of sculpture, 
painting, and architecture. Topical lessons, 
with specific references to valuable books. Chi- 
cago, 1881. Sq. 16". 4077.74 

Farrar, Frederic W. Mercy and judgment : a 
few last words on Christian eschatology with 
reference to Pusey's " What is of faith ? " N. Y. , 
1881. 12°. 5443-63 

Farriery. Sec Great Britain. Com. of patents. 

Faucher de Saint-Maurice, Narcisse H. E. 
De tribord a babord. Trois croisiferes dans le 
golfe Saint-Laurent Montreal, 1877. 16". 2363.70 

Favre, (C. G.) Jules. Discours parlemen- 
taires publics par Mme Vve Jules Favre. T. 3, 4. 
P., 1881. 8°. 4622.5a 

Contftits. — ^. Discours, 1865-1870.-4. Discours, 1S70- 
1878; Ecrits divers, 1836-1879. 



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Faye, Hervd A. E. A. Cours d'astronomie de 
I'Ecole polytechnique. ire partie. P., 1881. 
Illus. 8°. **502oa.5o 

Featherman, A. Social history of the races of 
mankind. 5th division: Aramaeans. L., 1881. 
8". , 6232.8 

Feer, Leon. Etudes boudhiques. Le livre des 
Cent legendes. (Avadana-Cataka.) Extrait du 
Journal asiatique. P., 1881. 8". 3027.31 

Ferns. See Heath, F. G. ; — Britten ; — Meehan. 

Fick, C. J. Hermann. Es ist ein Gott. N. Y., 
1876. 12°. 5488.85 

Fields, James T. Biographical notes and per- 
sonal sketches, with unpublished fragments and 
tributes. B., 1881. 8°. 43403.131 

Fiji islands. See Home, J. 

Finagh, Tyrone co., Ireland. See Lowrj- 
Corr}-. 

Finance. See Laveleje. 

Fine arts (including finely illustrated books). 
See Ars moriendi ; — Art, L' ; — Art amateur ; — 
Benjamin ; — Drake ; — Falke ; — Farrar ; — French ; 

— Goethe : Hermann and Dorothea ; — Goncourt ; 

— Grace ; — Havard ; — Haweis ; — Heath ; — 
Hervey; — Hewetson ; — Hill; — Labarte ; — 
Leclercq ; — Oppenheim ; — Poets ; — Revue ; — 
Seguin ; — Shedd ; — Smith, C. H. ; — Soldi ; — 
Timbal ; — Watkins ; — Watts, A. M. H. 

Finland. See Du Chaillu. 

Finlason, William F. Commentaries upon 
martial law, with special reference to its regula- 
tion and restraint; with an introd., containing 
comments upon the charge of the lord chief jus- 
tice in the Jamaica case. L., 1867. 8°. 5637.4 

Fish. See Rollapd. 

Fisher, John. The English works of John 
Fisher, bishop of Rochester. Now first collected 
by John E. B. Mayor. Parti. L., 1S76. Map. 
[Early English text society.] 8°. *^*46o7.29 

Fishing. See Lambert. 

Fistie, Camille. L'amour au village. 2e ed. 
P., 1880. i8«. 4664.69 

Fitz-George, H. W., pseud. ? Memoirs of the 
late Mrs. King (otherwise the diamond q-n!!), 
with biographical anecdotes. L. [n. d.] 8°. 

No. 4 in *,^*6562.7 

A satire on George iv and Queen Caroline. 

Fitzgerald, James E. An examination of the 
charter and proceedings of the Hudson's Bay 
company, with reference to the grant of Van- 
couver's island. L. , 1849. Map. Sm. 8". 

44693.79 
Fitzgerald, Percy. The world behind the 
scenes. L., 1881. Sm. 8°. 2476.66 

Theatrical sketches. . 

Fitzwilliam, William, viscount Milton. History 
of the San Juan water boundary question, as 
affecting the division of territory between Great 
Britain and the United States. With maps. L., 
1869. 8°. 4463-54 

Flags. See Orden. 

Flanders, George T. Christ or Buddha.? a re- 
view of Edwin Arnold's poem; "The Light of 
Asia." [Repr. from the Universalist quarterly.] 
Salem, Mass., 188 1. 16°. 3028.56 

Fleuriot, Zenaide M. A. Bonasse. P., 1880. 
18°. 4664.59 

— La rustaude. P., 1880. 18°. 4664.67 

Flint implements. See Haynes. 

Florida. See Barbour. 

Flowers. See Hervey ; — Meehan ; — Ruskin. 



Folk lore. See Dalyell ; — Dyer. 

Force, Manning F. From Fort Henry to 
Corinth. N. Y. , 1881. Maps. [Campaigns of 
the civil war. 2.] 12**. 2324.85 

Formosa. See Hughes. 

Forrest, Edwin. See Barrett. 

Foster, Mrs. J. Francis. On the art of garden- 
ing : a plea for English gardens of the future, 
with practical hints for planting them. L. , 1881. 
Sm. 80. 5999-61 

Fownes, George. Manual of chemistry. 12th 
ed. rev. and enl., by H. Watts. L., 1877. 2 v. 
Illus. Sm. 8°. ' 5977-63 

France. History., etc. See Annuaire ; — 
Bainier ; — Bardoux ; — Blanc ; — Daudet ; — De- 
molins ; — Deploiement ; — Depping ; — Du Bled ; 

— Fregeoliere ; — Poncet de Bermond. 

— Revolution, 1789. See Bellee ; — Lockroy; 

— Pierre ; — Taine. 

France ecclesiastique, La. Almanach du 
clerge. 1880, 81. 3oe, 3ie ann^e. " P., 1880, 81. 
2 V. 18°. *6639a.i 

Francia, Francesco Raibolini, called. See 
Cartvvright. 

Francis, F. War, waves, and wanderings. A 
cruise in the " Lancashire witch." L., 1881. 2 v. 
Sm. 8°. 2267.71 

Description of events in South Africa, and of travel 
thence via Madagascar and the Indian ocean to Siam, Japan, 
across the Pacific to California and Alaska. 

Franklin, Alfred L. A. Les anciennes bib- 
liotheques de Paris, ^glises, monasteres, col- 
leges, etc. P., 1867, 70. 2 V. Illus. [Histoire 
g^nerale de Paris.] 4°. *2640.54 

Franklin, Benjamin. Sec Stevens. 

Franklin, Benjamin, D.D. The creed and 
modern thought. N. Y., 1881. 12°. 5445-74 

Franklin, ^/VJohn. 6>?Beesly; — Gilder. 

Franz, Robert, f</. Album of songs. Newed., 
with German and English words, and notes from 
German critics. B., 1880. Portr. 4". 8051.108 

Free masonry. The masons of Lowell, Mass., 
Sept. 26, 1881. In memoriam. James A. Gar- 
field. [Lowell, 1881.] Portr. 8°. 43403.135 

Free religious index. Vol. i, new sen. B., 
1880, 81. Fo. *76oo.5o 

A collection of the numbers which contain articles written 
by F. M. Holland. 

Free trade. See Butts. 

Freeman, Edward A. Sketches from the sub- 
ject and neighbour lands of Venice. With illus. 
L., 1 88 1. Sm. 8°. , 2769.74 

Fr^geolifere, Henri R. B. de la. Emigration 
et chouannerie. M^moires, compl^t^s par son 
arri^re-petit-fils. Eau-forte. P., 1881. 8°. 4612.50 

The author of these memoirs, as a "Chouan" or adherent 
of the elder brancli of the Bourbons, took part in the opera- 
tions against tlie Revolution and Bonaparte from 1789 to 
iS.s. 

French, Harry W. Art and artists in Con- 
necticut. B., 1879. Illus. Sm. 4°. 4076.75 

— Gems of genius : famous painters and their 
pictures. With fifty full-page illus. B., 1881. 
Sm. 4°. 4076.74 

French, Airs. L. Virginia. Kernwood. A 
historical romance founded on the events of the 
late war, from the manuscript of a confederate 
spy. By L'InconHue \^pseud.~\. Louisville, Ky., 
1868. 12°. 4505.76 

French language and literature. See Aubertin ; 
— Hennequin ; — Matthews ; — Thurot ; — Zola. 



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Fuentes, Manuel A. Lima, or sketches of the 
capital of Peru. P., 1866. Illus. Portrs. 8°. 

4361-51 
Functions (mathematical term). See La- 
grange. 

Furnivall, Frederick J., ed. Adam Davy's five 
dreams about Edward 11. The life of St. Alexius. 
Solomon's Book of Wisdom. St. Jeremie's Fif- 
teen tokens before doomsday. The lamentacion 
of Souls. Ed. from the Laud ms. in the Bodleian 
library. L., 1878. [Early English text society.] 
8". *^*24i7.69 

Future life. See Farrar, F. W. 

Gairdner, James, and Spedding, James. Studies 
in English history. Edinb., i88i. 8°. 2424.24 

Contents. — J. Gairdner: The Lollards; On the historical 
element in Shakespeare's Falstaff ; Katharine of Arragon's 
second marriage; The divine rio^hts of kings, history of the 
doctrine; Sundays .incient and modern. J. Spedding- : 
Negotiations with Spain in the 15th century; Katharine of 
Arragon's first marriage; Review of the evidence respecting 
the conduct of James i in the case of Sir T. Overbury. 

Papers reprinted from the Fortnightly review, f"raser's 
magazine, etc., with some alterations. 

Gallagher, William D. Miami woods. A 
golden wedding, and other poems. Cincin., 
1 88 1. i2». 2404.68 

Garfield, James A. Garfield's Avords. Compiled 
byW. R. Balch. B., 1881. Portr. 16°. 239ob.52 

— 6'<'c Free masonry; — Hinsdale. 

Garibaldi, Giuseppe. See Bent. 

Garrison, William Lloyd. Set? Johnson. 

Gastaldi, Bartolomeo. Lake habitations and 
pre-historic remains in northern and central 
Italy. Tr. by C. H. Chambers. L., 1865. Illus. 
[Anthropological society of London. Publica- 
tions.] 8°. 2235.23 

Geddie, John. The lake regions of central 
Africa. With illus. L., 1881. Map. 8°. 50593.28 

Genealogy of a portion of the Pope family, 
together with biographical notices of Col. Wil- 
liam Pope of Boston, and some of his descend- 
ants. B., 1862. 8°. *4338.63 

Genealogy. See Andrews ; — Bergen ; — El- 
lery ; — Hayward ; — Hubbell ; — Lancashire ; — 
Lee, S. M. ; — Lloyd ; — Paine ; — Russell ; — 
Seagrave ; — Shuey ; — Tilley ;— Ward ;— Welles ; 
Winter ; — Wolcott ; — Yardley. 

Generydes : a romance in seven-line stanzas. 
Ed. from the unique paper ms. in Trinity college, 
Cambridge. By W. Aldis Wright. L., 1878. 
[Early English text society.] 8°. *^,*24i7.63 

Genet, J. V.,, abbi. Une famille remoise au 
xvine siecle. Etudes historiques sur la vie, les 
travaux, etc. de Louis Jean L^vesque de Pouilly, 
Jean L^vesque de Burigny, Gerard Ldvesque de 
Champeaux, Simon Louis L^vesque de Pouilly. 
Reims, 1881. 8°. 4642.63 

Genna, E., pseud. Irresponsible philanthro- 
pists. Being some chapters on the employment 
of gentlewomen. L., 1881. Sm. 8°. 5574.64 

Geography. See Bainier ; — Chisholm ; — Paris. 
Exposition universelle ; — Royal geographical 
society. 

Geology. See Etheridge ; — Lyell ; — Murray ; 

— U. S. Gcog. and geol. survey; — Winchell. 
German language and literature. See Otis; 

— Stern ; — Winkworth. 

Germantown Friends' protest against slavery, 
1688. [With artotype facsimile.] Phila., n. d. 

^- **757o.53 

Germany. See D^ploiement ; — Scheer ; — 
Tissot. 



Gesta Romanorum. The early English ver- 
sions of the Gesta Romanorum. Formerly ed. 
by Sir Frederic Madden for the Roxburghe club, 
and now re-edited from the mss. in British 
Museum, and University library, Cambridge. 
With introd., notes, glossary, etc., by Sidney J. 
H. Herrtage. L., 1879. [Early English text 
society.] 8°. ***46o7.3a 

Gibson, William H.j illustrator. See Drake. 

Gilbert, William S., and Sullivan, Arthur. 
Patience ; or, Bunthorne's bride : an aesthetic 
opera in two acts. [Music, songs and dialogue.] 
B., 1881. 4°. 8052.107 

Gilder, William H. Schwatka's search : sledg- 
ing in the Arctic in quest of the Franklin records. 
Wkh maps and illus. N. Y., 1881. 8°. 2262.58 

Gill, John B. Indigestion : what it is ; what it 
leads to ; and a new method of treating it. 2d ed. 
Phila., 1881. Sm. 8°. 5765.27 

Gillet, Joseph A., and Rolfe, William J. Ele- 
ments of natural philosophy. N. Y., 1881. 16°. 

3966.78 

— Natural philosophy for the use of schools 
and academies. N.Y., 1881. Illus. 16°. 3966.77 

Gilsum, N. H. See Hayward. 

Giraud-Teulon, Marc A. L. F. La vision et 
ses anomalies. P., 1881. Illus. 8°. 3802.64 

Gladstone, William E. See Emerson, G. R. 

Glasgow naval and marine engineering exhibi- 
tion, 1880-81. Lectures. With catalogue of the 
exhibition. Glasgow, 1881. Plates. Map. 8°. 

3956.65 

Glover, Frederick R. A. England the remnant 
of Judah and the Israel of Ephraim. L., iSSi. 
Illus. 8". 2299.79 

On the Hebrew origin of the English race. 

God. See Fick. 

Goethe, Johann W. von. Hermann and 
Dorothea. Tr. by Henry Dale. With illus. by 
W. Kaulbach and'L. Hofmann. N. Y. [18S1?] 
4°- ***2870.54 

— Wilhelm Meister's travels. Tr. from the 
later and enl. ed. of the German, and ed. by 
Edward Bell. L., 1882 [1881]. Sm. 8°. 4872.73 

Goldsmith, Oliver. Works. Ed. by Peter Cun- 
ningham. N.Y., 1881. 4v. Portr. "8". 25603.5 

Gomm, Sir William M. Letters and journals 
from 1799 to Waterloo, 1815. Ed. bv Francis 
Culling Carr-Gomm. With portr. L.,'i88i. S". 

2540.54 
Goncourt, Edmond L. A. H. de. La maison 

d'un artiste. P., 1881. 2 v. 12°. 4077'75 

A descriptive study of the various rooms of the house of 

an imaginary artist. "All the works of art, furniture, books, 

etc., are supposed to be after the fashion of the eighteenth 

century. 

Goody Two-shoes, a facsimile reproduction of 
the ed. of 1766. With an introd. bj- Charles 
Welsh. L., 1881. 24°, 1. p. *4559a.65 

The authorship of this well-known nurserytale is ascribed 
in the British museum catalogue, to Giles Jones, {(mnd- 
father of J. Winter Jones, late principal librarian. Oliver 
Goldsmith has also been credited with being the author. 
The editor thinks the similaritv in style to Goldsmith's writ- 
ings, with other evidence, tends to support the claims made 
on his behalf. 

Gottschalk, Louis M. Notes of a pianist, dur- 
ing his professional tours in the U. S., Canada, 
the Antilles, and South America. Ed. by his 
sister, Clara Gottschalk. Tr. from the French by 
R.E.Peterson. Phila., 1881. Portr. 8°. 2363.71 

Gouge, Henry A. New system of ventilation. 
4th ed. enl., with illus. N. Y., i88i. 8°. 8094.13 



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Grace, A. F. A course of lessons in landscape 
painting in oils. With nine reproductions in 
colour after Turner, Constable, etc., and numer- 
ous examples engraved on wood. L., 1881. 4°. 

***Cab.40, H.I 

Grand army of the republic. See Lovering. 

Grape. See Ladrey- 

Grasses. See Roland. 

Great Britain. The land law Ireland act 
[i88ij, with notes, index, and precis, by R. 
Johnston. L., 1881. Sm. 8". 5563.67 

— Commissioners of patents. Alphabetical 
index of patentees and applicants for 1880. L. , 
1881. L. 8«. Patent Room 

Journal. 1880, vol. 2, July-Dec. ; 1881, 

vol.i, Jan. -June. L.,i88i. 2 v. L.8°. Patent Room 

Patents for inventions. Abridgments of 

specifications. L., 1879, 80. Sm. 8°. Patent Room 
Namely : — 

Air, gas, and other motive power engines. 
Part II. 1867-76. 

Carriages and vehicles for common roads. 
1625- I 866. 

Dressing and finishing woven fabrics, and 
manufacturing felted fabrics (including folding, 
winding, measuring, and packing). Part li. 
1867-76. 

Electricity and magnetism. Divisioniv. Elec- 
tric lighting, igniting, and heating. Parts i, 2. 
1839-76. 

Farriery ; including the medical and surgical 
treatment of animals. Part 11. 1867-76. 

Lace-making, knitting, netting, braiding, 
and plaiting, including also the manufacture of 
fringe and chenille. 1675-1866. 2d ed. 

Letter-press and similar printing (excluding 
electro telegraphic and photographic printing). 
Part II. 1867-76. 

Manufactureof iron and steel. Part 11. 1867- 
76. 

"A new volume is in preparation, and will form Part i, 
of Iron and steel, in substitution of the existing Parts i, 2, 
3, 4." — Preface. 

Umbrellas, parasols, and walking-sticks. Part 
II. 1867-76. 

Subject-matter index of patents applied 

for and patents granted, for the year 1879. L., 
1 88 1. 8°. Patent Room 

— Public record office. Calendar of home 
office papers of the reign of George iii. 1770-72. 
Ed. by R. A. Roberts. L., 1881. L. S". *7045.50 

Chronicles and memorials. See Bracton. 

— Royal observatory, Greenwich. Astronom- 
ical and magnetical and meteorological observa- 
tions. 1879. L., 1881. L. 4°. *520i.i 

— See Allen, G. ; — Cox, H. ; — Syme ; — Tas- 
well-Langmead j — Yonge. 

Greece. See Clermont-Ganneau ; — Falke; — 
Pitman ; — Sathas. 

Greek language and literature. See Jennings ; 
— Legrand. 

Green, Rev. R. John Wesley. L. [1881?] 
[Cassell's popular shilling library.] 16°. 5559a. 54 

Green bag. The, a farce : as now performing 
with great applause, by His Majesty's servants. 
With caricature [colored] plates. L., 1820. 8°. 

No. 9 in ***6562.7 

A satire on the trial of Queen Caroline. 

Greenaway, Kate. Under the window. Pictures 
and rhymes for children, as originally engraved 
and printedbyE. Evans. N.Y. [1880.] 4°. *256i,73 

— See Mother Goose. 



Greg, William R. Miscellaneous essays. L., 
1882 [1881]. 80. 2555.71 

Contents. — Rocks ahead and harbours of refuee; For- 
eign policy of Great Britain — imperial or economic?; The 
echo of the antipodes; A ^rave peiplexity before us; Obli- 
gations of the soil; The right use of a surplus, or, remis- 
sion of taxes an abuse of revenue ; The great twin brethren ; 
Is the popular judgment in politics more just than that of 
the higher orders ?; Harriet Martineau; Verify your com- 
pass; The prophetic element in the gospels; Mr. Frederic 
Harrison on the future life; Can truths be apprehended 
which could not have been discovered? 

Gr^ville, Henry, pseud. See Durand, Alice. 

Griswold, William M. Eclectic magazine of 
foreign literature, science and art. A general 
index to vols. 1-96, and to vols. 37-148 of " The 
Living age." [^Anon.'\ Bangor, Me. , 1881. 8°. 

♦5236.50 

Grosart, Alexander B., ed. Swetnam, the 
woman-hater, arraigned by women. (1620.) 
Ed. with introd., notes and fac-similes. Man- 
chester, 1880. 4°. ***2535.23 

— See Pricket ; — Tasso. 

Gross, Joseph B. The belief in immortality 
on purely logical principles. Phila., 1882 [1881]. 
12". 5445-79 

Grote, Augustus R. The new infidelity. N.Y., 
1881. Sq. i6«. 5487.83 

"The author has endeavored to show that there is an 
essential difference between the religious temper of the 
Aryan races and the Semitic. He has also tried to show^ 
that revealed religion is not directly attacked by the dis- 
coveries of science." — Preface. 

Guerre d'Amerique (1861-65). le partie : Or- 
ganisation de I'armee am^ricaine. Campagne 
de 1861. P., 1881. 8°. 3956.18 

Extract du Journal des sciences militaires. 

Guest, John. See Beggs. 

Guiana. See Brett. 

Guilhermy, Roch F. M. N., baron de. Descrip- 
tion de la Sainte-Chapelle. Avec six gravures. 
4e ^d. P., 1880. 12°. 2639.74 

Guizot, Francois P. G. Henry iv and the end 
of the wars of religion. Ed. from Guizot's " His- 
tory of France," with notes, and tables. By G. 
Masson. L., 1881. Illus. Map. Sm. 8°. 2618.57 

Guseck, Bernd \or\, pseud. See Berneck, Carl 
G. von. 

Gustafson, Zadel B. Genevieve Ward. A 
biographical sketch. With portr. B., 1882 
[1881]. 16°. 4349-97 

Guy of Warwick. See Romance. 

Gymnastics. See Hartelius. 

Haig family. See Russell. 

Hal?vy, Joseph. Etudes sabeennes. Examen 
critique et philologique des inscriptions sabe- 
ennes. P., 1875. 8°. 3028.8 

Extrait du Journal asiatique, 1873, 74. 

— Rapport sur une mission archdologique 
dans le Y^men. P., 1872. 8°. 3028.7 

Extrait no. 2 de I'annde 1S72 du Journal asiatique. 

— Recherches critiques sur I'origine de la 
civilisation babylonienne. P., 1876. 8°. 3028.6 

Extrait du Journal asiatique, 1874, 76. 

Halkett, Samuel, and Laing, John. Diction- 
ary of the anonymous and pseudonymous liter- 
ature of Great Britain. Including the works of 
foreigners written in, or translated into the 
English language. Vol. i. A-Eyc. Edinb., 
1882 [1881]. 8°. *2i44.53 

Hall, Theophilus D. A manual of English 
composition. With exercises. L., 1880. Sm. 8°. 

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Hall, William, 1812-1880. A biography of 
David Cox. Ed., with additions, bjj. T. Bunce. 
L., 1881. Portr. 8°. 2443.65 

Hallock, Edward J. The world we live in, 
and what it is made of. lUus. Peekskill, N.Y., 

1873- 3-°- 59693-27 

Hamlet. See Vining. 

Hardy, Arthur S. Elements of quaternions. 
B., 18S1. Plates. 8°. 3934-33 ; **5024.55 

Hardy, Marv, lady. Through cities and prairie 
lands. Sketches of an American tour. Bv Ladv 
Duffus Hardy. L., 18S1. 8°. 2361.66 

Harmony. See Richter. 

Harris, James, 75/ earl of Malmesbury., 1746- 
1820. Diaries and correspondence. Ed. by his 
grandson. L., 1844. 4 v. Portrs. 8°. 2540.50 

Harrison, J. E. >Ivths of the Odyssey in art 
and literature. L.. 1882 [1881]. IIlus." 8°." 2995.61 

Hart, George. The violin and its music. With 
portrs. of eminent violinists. L., 1881. 8°. 4044.70 

Hart family. See Andrews. 

Hartelius, T. J. Home gymnastics. With a 
short method of acquiring the art of swimming. 
Tr. and adapted from the Swedish by C. Lofving. 
With woodcuts. L. [1881.] Sm. 8«. 6007.80 

Harvard college. Catalogue. 1881-82. Camb., 
1881. 16°. *4388.20 

— Harvard university weekly calendar. 1881. 
[Camb., 1881.] Broadside. *449i.63 

These calendars make announcements not given in the 
reguhir Tabular views and programmes, and embrace such 
lectures and other exercises as are open to the public. They 
are issued every Saturday, and will be found posted in the 
Bates Hall study. 

Hassard, John R. G. A Pickwickian pilgrim- 
age [in England]. B., i88i. 160. 24693.88 

Letters published in the New York Tribune in 1S79, with 
slight changes and additions. Visits to the spots where 
Dickens is supposed to have found some of his characters. 

Hathaway, Benjamin. The league of the 
Iroquois, and other legends. [Poems, j Chicago, 
1882 [1881]. Portr. i6<>. 2404.69 

Havard, Henri. L'art et les artistes hoUan- 
dais. P., 1879, So. 3^'- Ulus. Portrs. 8°. 8064.52 

Hawaiian or Sandwich islands. See Nicholson. 

Haweis, Mrs. Hugh R. The art of decoration. 
With illus. L., i88i. Sm. 8°. 4099.70 

Haynes, Henry W. Discovery of palaeolithic 
flint implements in upper Egypt. [B.] 1881. 
Plates. F°. *305o.i9 

Repr. from the Memoirs of the American academy of arts 
and sciences, vol. 10. 

Hayward, Silvanus. History of Gil sum, N. H., 
from 1752 to 1879. With maps, illus., and portrs. 
Manchester, 1881. 8°. *443i.6i 

Nearly half the volume is devoted to genealogies of resi- 
dents, and includes about 10,000 names. 

Health and hygiene. See Arnould ; — Bouchar- 
dat. 

Heard, Franklin F. Oddities of the law. B., 
i88i. 16°. 56393.16 

Heath, Francis G. My garden wild and what 
I grew there. L., 1881. Sm. 8°. 3995-65 

— Where to find ferns. With a special chapter 
on the ferns round London. L., 1881. Sm. 8°. 

385958 
Heath, Richard F. Albrecht Diirer. L., 1881. 
Illus. [Illus. biog. of the great artists.] 8°. 4077.72 
Heine, Heinrich. A trip to the Brocken. Tr. 
by R. McLintock. L., 1881. Sm. 8°. 28693.85 
Hennequin, Alfred. Practical lessons in idio- 
matic French. N. Y., i88i. 12°. 26893.82 



Henry IV, of France. See Guizot. 

Hensel, Sebastien. The Mendelssohn family, 
1729-1S47, from letters and journals. With portrs. 
Tr. by Carl Klingemann and an American col- 
laborator; with a notice by George Grove. L., 
1 88 1. 2 v. 8°. ' 28403.56 

Her Majesty's prisons : their effects and de- 
fects. By one who has tried them. L., 1881. 
2 v. Sm. 8°. 357oa.5i 

Heraldry. See Burke ; — Orden ; — Solly. 

Herodotus. The story of the Persian war 
from Herodotus. By Alfred J. Church. With 
illus. from the antique. L., 1882 [1881J. Sm. 
S». 2998.65 

Hervey, Alpheus B. Beautiful wild flowers of 
America. From original water-color drawings 
after nature, by Isaac Sprague. Descriptive text 
by A. B. Hervey. With extracts from Longfel- 
low, Whittier, Brvant, Holmes, and others. B., 
1882 [1881]. 4°. " _ *585i-4 

Hetzel, Pierre J. See Magasin. 

Hewetson, Henry B. The life and works of 
Robert Hewetson, boy painter and poet : contain- 
ing phototvpe illus. of drawings and paintings. 
L., 1881. Portr. 4". *8o72.63 

Higginson, Thomas W. Army life in a black 
regiment. B., 1870. 12°. 23293.64 

Hill, Albert. Hancock's copies for China 
painters. With directions by Albert Hill. 
Worcester [Eng.], 1881. Plates. 8°. *4025.8i 

Hindostan. Sec Sherring. 

Hinsdale, Burke A. President Garfield and 
education; Hiram college memorial. B., 1882 
[1881]. Portrs. 12°. 4348.121 

Histology. See Satterthwaite. 

Hitopades3. A new- literal translation from 
the Sanscrit text of F. Johnson. For the use of 
students. By Frederic Pincott. L., 1880. 4°. 

3022.12 

Hodgson, William B. Errors in the use of 
English. Edinb., 1881. Sm. 8°. 2488.77 

Hoffbauer, F. Paris a travers les ages. I2e 
livraison. Notre-Dame. L'H6tel-Dieu et les en- 
virons. P. [i88i.] Plates. Illus. F«. *,^*46,F.i 

Holbein society. See Ars moriendi. 

Holden, Edward S. The multiple star 2 748. 
Wash., 1881. [Washington observations for 1877. 
Appendix 2.] 4°. *5920.72 

Holland. See Havard. 

Holmes, Oliver W., jr. The common law. 
B., 18S1. 8°. 5638.15 

Hoist, Hermann von. The constitutional and 
political history of the United States. Tr. from 
the German by J. J. Lalor and A. B. Mason [and 
P. Shoreyj. [Vol. 1-3. 1750-1850.] Chicago, 
1877-81. 3 V. 8°. 23203.54:42203.66 

Holyo3ke, George J. Life of Joseph Rayner 
Stephens, preacher and political orator. L. 
[1881.] Portr. Sm. 8°. 24598.70 

Homer. See Harrison. 

Homes and haunts of our elder poets. With 
portrs. and illus. N.Y. [1881.] 4°. *2340.34 

Contents. — Bryant, by H.N. Powers; Longfellow and 
Whittier, by R. H. Stoddard; Emerson, Holmes and Lowell, 
by F. B. Sanborn. 

Homiletics. See Phelps. 

Hone, William. The Queen's matrimonial 
ladder, with fourteen step scenes ; and illustra- 
tions in verse with eighteen other cuts [all byG. 
Cruikshank]. loth ed. [.<4/50, The Joss and his 
folly.] L., 1820. 8°. No. II in ♦,*6562.7 

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Hood, Edwin P. Christmas Evans : the 
preacher of wild Wales. L., 1881. 8°. 24593.71 

Home, John. A year in Fiji, or an inquiry 
into the botanical, agricultural, and economical 
resources of the colony. L., iSSi. 8**. 3994-55 

Home, Richard H. Bible tragedies. L. [1881.] 
Sm. 8°. 3426.82 

Contents. — John the Baptist; or the valour of the soul; 
Rahman, the apocryphal book of Job's wife; Judas Iscariot, 
a mystery. 

Horticulture. See Bright ; — Foster ; — Heath. 

Houghton, Georgiana. Evenings at home in 
spiritual seance, ist series. L., 1881. 8°. 7604.54 

House, Edward H. Japanese episodes. B., 
1881. 16°. 30193.50 

" The purpose of this volume is to represent a few social 
and physical features of Japan which have seldom been mi- 
nutely examined by visitors." — Preface. 

Household art. See Art amateur; — Haweis. 
Household hints. See Babcock. 
Hows, John W. S., ed. Golden leaves from 
the American poets. With illus. N. Y. [1865.] 

12°. 2404.63 

Hubbard, (N.) Gustave. Histoire contempo- 
raine de I'Espagne. T. 4. (2e ser. T. 2.) R^- 
gences de Christine et d'Espartero, 1833-43. 
P., 1879. ' 8°- 5096-3 

Hubbell, Walter. History of the Hubbell 
family, ist ed. N.Y., 1881. Portrs. Illus. 8°. 

*2332.59 

Huber-Saladin, J. Le comte de Circourt, son 
temps, ses Merits. Madame de Circourt, son 
salon, ses correspondances. Notice biographique. 
P., 1881. Portr. 8°. 4642.61 

Hudson's Bay company. See Fitzgerald, J. E. 

Hughes, Mrs. Thomas F. Among the sons 
of Han. Notes of a six years' residence in various 
parts of China and Formosa. With map. L., 
1881. 8°. 3016.10 

Hunt, (J. H.) Leigh. Wit and humour, 
selected from the English poets ; with an essay, 
and comments. New ed. L., 1875. Sm. 8°. 

45603.29 

Huntington, Frederic D. Good talking a fine 
art. Syracuse, 1881. 24°. 3589.68 

Hurd, John C. The theory of our national 
existence, as shown by the action of the govern- 
ment of the U.S. since"i86i. B.,i88i. 8°. 4222.58 

Hutchinson, Ellen M. Songs and lyrics. B., 
1881. 16°. 239ob.54 

Hydrodynamics. See Besant, W. H. 

Hymns. See Winkworth. 

Iceland. See Ottd. 

Ideville, Henry, comte d'. Le mar^chal 
Bugeaud, d'apr^s sa correspondance intime et 
des documents in^dits, 1784-1848. T. i. P., 
1881. Portr. 8". 26503.63 

Illustr3ted biographies of the great artists. 
See Cartwright; — Heath, R. F. 

Illustrirtes Patent-Blatt. B. 1-6. 1878-80. 
Herausg. : J. Brandt & G. W. v. Nawrocki. 
Berlin, 1878-80. 6 v. 4°. Pstent Room 

Immortality. See Gross. 

Inconnue, L', pseud. See French, Mrs. L. 
Virginia. 

Index medicus. A monthly classified record 
of the current medical literature of the world. 
Compiled by J. S. Billings and R. Fletcher. 
Vol. I, 2. N.Y., 1879, 80. 4°- '^3722. 52 

Indians of America. See Hathaway. 

Indigestion. See Gill. 



Industrial arts. See Spon ; — Verein ; — Watt. 

Infidelity. See Grote. 

Insanity. See Luys. 

Insurance. 6'cc Massachusetts. Insurance com. 

International trade. See Phear. 

Inter-oceanic canal. See Byam. 

Ireland. See De Vinne; — Great Britain ; — 
Molinari; — Williams, A. M. 

Iron. See Great Britain. Com. of patents. 

Irving, Washington. See Warner. 

Italy. See Gastaldi ; — Laveleye ; — Lenor- 
mant; — Paget. 

Jackson, Georgina F. Shropshire word-book, 
a glossary of archaic and provincial words, etc., 
used in the county. L., 1879. Map. 8°. *2487.72 

Jacob, George A. A manual of Hindu pan- 
theism. The Vedantasara, tr. with copious anno- 
tations. L., 1881. 8°. 3025.68 

James, M. E. What shall we act.'' or, a hun- 
dred plays from which to choose. With hints 
on scene-painting, etc. L., 1882 [1881]. Sm. 
8°. 2559.78 

An analysis only of each play is given, with the list of 
characters. 

Jamitzer, Wentzel. Wentzel Jamitzers Ent- 
wtirfe zu Prachtgefassen in Silber und Gold. 
Photolithographische Nachbildungen von Kan- 
tenseter u. Haas in Niirnberg, herausg. von R. 
Bergau. Berlin, 1879. 70 plates. 4°. "'4022.54 

Japan. 5'c£? Black ; — House. 

Jars, Fran9ois de Rochechouart, chevalier de. 
Sec Depping. 

Jefferson family. See Winter. 

Jennings, George H., and Johnstone, W. S , 
ed. Half-hours with Greek and Latin authors. 
From various English translations. With biog. 
notices. L. [1881.] 8°. 2967.61 

Jersey. Sec Molinari. 

Jews. See Sorley ; — Spencer ; — Weill. 

Johnson, Oliver. William Lloyd Garrison and 
his times. New and enl. ed. B., 1881. Portr. 
Plate. 16°. 43403.132 

Joinville, Francois F. P. L. M. d'Orleans,/r/«ce 
de. Campagne du Potomac, mars-juillet, 1862. 
Nouv. ^d. P., 1872. 18°. 23293.65 

Joksi, Moritz. Le manage de Pouchkine. 
Imitd de Maurice Jokai par Louis Ulbach. 2e 
6d. P., 1881. i8«. 3068.41 

Jones, McDuffee & Stratton. Crockery cata- 
logue. B., 1882 [1881]. 47 colored plates. 4«. 

■"8011.61 

Journalism. See Annuaire de la presse fran- 
(jaise ; — Bardeen. 

Junior army and navy stores, limited : estab- 
lished upon the principle of co-operation. [Price 
list, etc.] L., 1880. Illus. 16°. *756oa.59 

Kant, Immanuel. Text-book to Kant. The 
Critique of pure reason. Translation, repro- 
duction, commentary, index. With biog. sketch. 
By J. H. Stirling. Edinb., 1881. 8". 36003.70 

— See Schurman. 

Karr, Th^rfese A. Une rose blanche au pavs 
de Souabe. P., 1880. 18°. 4664.68 

Keddie, Henrietta. Footprints. Nature seen 
on its human side. By Sarah Tytler \_pscud.^^. 
With illus. L., 1881. Sm. 8°. 3826.60 

Kent, C. H. Kent's new commentary : a 
manual for young men. Davenport, Iowa, 1880. 
Portr. Sq.'i6«. 3589-69 



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Kettle, The, abusing the pot. A satirical poem 
[on George iv and Qiieen Caroline]. By the 
black dwarf. 3d ed. L.,1820. 8°. No. i in *^*6562.7 

Khorsabad, Turkey in Asia. 5ccM6nant; — 
Oppert. 

Kings county, Long' Island. See Bergen. 

Kings county medical society. Proceedings. 
Vol. 5. 18S0. Brooklyn, N.Y., 1880. lUus. S". 

*7732-50 

King's mountain. Battle of. See Draper. 

Kingsford, Anna. The perfect way in diet. 
L., 1881. Sm. 8°. 5765-28 

Advocates a vegetarian diet. 

Kinsley, William W. Views on vexed ques- 
tions. Phila., 18S1. 12°. 5487.82 

Contents. — The supernatural; Mental life below the 
human; When did the human race begin? Satan antici- 
pated; The key to success; Shelley; The Bronte sisters. 

Knighthood, Orders of. See Burke ; — Orden. 

Koenigliche Akademie der Wissenschaften, 
Munich. Allgemeine deutsche Biographie. B. 
13. Holstein-Jesup. Lpz., 18S1. 8°. *C.R.7.5.i 

Kohkani language. See Cunha. 

Labarte, Jules. Handbook of the arts of the 
middle ages and renaissance, as applied to the 
decoration of furniture, arms, jewels, &c. Tr. 
from the French. With notes. L., 1855. Illus. 
8°. 4077.69 

Labor question. See Massachusetts. Bureau 
of statistics of labor. 

Lace making. See Great Britain. Com. of 
patents. 

La Chapelle, Salomon de. Histoire judiciaire 
de Lyon et des d^partements de Rh6ne-et-Loire 
etdu Rh6ne depuis 1790. Lyon, 1880. 2 v. 8°. 

4612.51 

Lacroix, Auguste. Conferences faites a un 
cercle d'ouvriers de Saint-Germain-en-Laye. 
Saint-Germain-en-Laye, 1879. 16°. 55603.56 

Ladrey, C. Traits de viticulture et d'oenologie. 
2e ^d. P. [1872-79.] 2 V. 8°. 4009.58 

Lagrange, Joseph L., comte. CEuvres, publi^es 
par les soins de J. A. Serret. T. 9. Thdorie des 
fonctions analytiques. P., 1881. 4°. 3911.50 

Laissant, Charles A. Introduction a la m^thode 
des quaternions. P., 1881. 8°. 3934-34 

Lajard, Jean B. F. Introduction a I'^tude du 
culte public et des mystferes de Mithra en Orient 
et en Occident. [P., 1847.] Texte, 4°; Plan- 
ches, F«. *3020.I3 

— Recherches sur le culte public et les mys- 
tferes de Mithra en Orient»et en Occident. ]P., 
1867. 4°. *302oa.5o 

Lake dwellings. See Gastaldi. 

Lambert, Osmund. Angling literature in 
England ; and descriptions of fishing by the 
ancients. L., 1881. Sm. 8°. *6i68.28 

Lancashire and Cheshire historical and gene- 
alogical notes. Ed. by J. Rose. Vol. 2. Leigh, 
18S1. 8». *2435.53 

Land tenure. See Blackie (Lay sermons) ; — 
Great Britain ; — Practical politics. 

Landscape painting and drawing. See Grace ; 
— Meusnier. 

Lange, Friedrich A. History of materialism. 
Authorized tr. by E. C. Thomas. L., 1877-81. 
3 V. 8°. 5604.52 

— Same. B., 1877-81. 3 v. 8°. 5604.50 
Lanman, Charles. Recollections of curious 

characters and pleasant places. Edinb., 1S81. 
8°. 2367.30 

Mostly sketches of American life and travel. 



Latin language and literature. See Jennings. 

Laurie, Simon S. John Amos Comenius, 
bishop of the Moravians, his life and educational 
works. L., 1881. Sm. 8°. 3597-89 

Lapland. See Du Chaillu. 

Laveleye, £mile (L. V.) de. Lettres d'ltalie. 
[187S-1879.] Bruxelles, 1S80. i6». 2768.65 

— Le marchd mon^taire et ses crises depuis 
cinquante ans. P., 1865. 8°. 3654.60 

Law. See Heard ; — Holmes ; — Muehlbrecht ; 
— U. S. Dept. of State. 

Lay, Alfred M. Memorial addresses on Alfred 
Morrison Lay (a representative from Missouri), 
in the House of representatives and in the Senate, 
46th congress, 2d session. [Dec, 1879.] Wash., 
18S1. 8°. 4441-74 

Lay folks, The, mass book, or the manner 
of hearing mass, with rubrics and devotions for 
the people in four texts, and offices in English 
according to the use of York, from manuscripts 
of the xth to the xvth century. With appendix, 
notes and glossary by T. F. Simmons. L., 1S79. 
[Early English text society.] 8". *i>*24i7.70 

Leclercq. femile. Caracieres de I'^cole fran- 
(jaise moderne de peinture. P., 1881. 12°. 4078.84 

Leclercq, Jules. Le Tyrol et le pays des Dolo- 
mites. Illus. d'une carte". P., 1880. "18". 2867.60 

Lee, Sarah M. John Lee, of Farmington, 
Conn., and his descendants. Norwich, 1878. 
Sm. 4". *233a.58 

Lee, Vernon, pseud. See Paget, Violet. 

Legouv^, (J. W.) Ernest (G.). See Magasin. 

Legoyt, Alfred. Le suicide ancien et moderne. 
P., 1 88 1. i8^ 5574-63 

Legrand, Emile, ed. Bibliothfeque grecque 
vulgaire. P., 1880, 8i. 3 v. 8°. 2962.61 

Leighton, Robert F. History of Rome. Illus. 
with maps, plans, and engr. N.Y.,i88i. i2°.2758.53 

L^u, Paul. En Algdrie. Souvenirs d'un 
colon. P., 1 88 1. 18°. 50593.31 

A collection of taies descriptive of life and customs in 
Algiers. 

Le Marchand, Georges E. N. Deuxi^me cam- 
pagne des Anglais dans I'Afghanistan (1879-80). 
T. I. P., 1881. Maps. Plans. 160. 50593.30 

Lenonnant, Fran<;ois. La Grande-Grfece : 
paysages et histoire. Littoral de la mer lonienne. 
P., 1881. 2 v. 8°. 2735.15 

Le Sage, Alain R. Asmodeus, or the devil 
upon two sticks. Preceded by dialogues between 
two chimneys of Madrid. Tr. from the French. 
With etchings by R. de Los Rios. L.. 1881. 
Sm. 8°. 6674.17 

— The bachelor of Salamanca. Tr. from the 
French by J. Townsend. With etchings by R. 
de Los Rios. L., 1881. Sm. 8°. 6674.15 

— The history of Vanillo Gonzales, surnamed 
the merry bachelor. Tr. from the French. With 
etchings' by R. de Los Rios. L., 1881. Sm. 8°. 

6674.16 

Lesley, Joseph P. Man's origin and destiny 

sketched from the platform of the physical 

sciences. 2d ed., enl. B., 1S81. 16°. 5823.9 

The first ten of these lectures appeared in 1S68 as reports 
of a course of Lowell institute lectures in Boston. In the 
present edition the eleventh lecture on " Arkite symbolism " 
IS expunged, and six new lectures on " The destiiiy of man " 
are added. 

L^vesque family. See Genet. 

Liddon, Henry P. Sermons to the people, 

preached chiefly in St. Paul's cathedral. N. Y., 

1881. 1 20. ■ 5445-76 



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Liguori, Alfonso M. de. Theologia moralis 

beati A. M. de Ligorio. Vesontione, 1834. 9 v. 

Portr. S'\ 7455-10 

The covers are dated 1S39. 

Lima, Peru. See Fuentes. 

Linn, S. P., compiler. Golden gleams of 
thought, from the words of leading orators, 
divines, philosophers, statesmen and poets. 
Chicago. 18S2 [1881]. 16". 2404.71 

Linz, Austria. Chamber of commerce. Sum- 
marischer Bericht hetreftcnd die Verhiiltnisse der 
Industrie, des llandels und Verkehres Oberoster- 
reichs, 1878, 79. Linz, 1879, 80. 2 v. in i. 8". 

*3652-54 

LitteU's living age. Index. Sec Griswold. 

Liverpool. Free public library. Catalogue. 
Pt. 2. Containing the books received from Jan., 
1871, toDec, 18S0. Liverpool, 1881. 4". ♦6200.6 

— See Brooke. 

Livingstone, David. Sec Loriot. 

Lloyd, Abigail P. Genealogy. Family of 
Aaron and Sarah Bradley, of Guilford, Conn. 
Hartford, Conn., 1S79. 8". *2332.57 

Locke, David R. (^Petroleum V. Nasby.) 
Hannah Jane. [Poem.] lUus. B., 1882 [1881]. 
Sq. 16°. , 2402.74 

Lockroy, Edouard E. A. Simon, called. The 
great French revolution, 1785-1793. Narrated in 
the letters of Madame J,....., of the Jacobin party. 
Ed. by her grandson Edouard Lockroy. From 
the French, by Miss Martin, and an American 
collaborateur. L., 1881. 8°. 2618.70 

Locust. See U. S. Entomological com. 

Logic. Sec Macfarlane. 

Longfellow, Henry W. The Longfellow birth- 
day-book. Arranged by Charlotte F. Bates. 
B., 1881. Portr. Illus. i6». 2390b. 58 

Longueval, Jacques, and others. Histoire de 
I'^glise gallicane, par les p&res Longueval, Fon- 
tenay, Brumoy et Berthier de la Compagnie de 
J^sus. 4e^d. augm. P., 1825-28. 26 v. i2». 55193.50 

Lopez de Gomara, Francisco. Historia de 
Mexico, con el descvbrimiento dela Nueua 
Espafla, conquistada por el muy illustre y 
valeroso principe don Fernando Cortes, marques 
del Valle. Aftadiose de la descripcion y tra9a de 
todas las Indias. Anvers, 1554. Sm. 8°. 

*H.*43i9ai4 

Lorimer, George C. Isms old and new. Sor- 
mon[s]. Chicago, 1881. 16°. 5487.81 

Loriot, Ch. F. David Livingstone et sa mis- 
sion sociale. P.,i88i. Portrs. Illus. 18°. 3058.21 

Lossing, Benson J. Harpers' popular cyclo- 
paedia of United States history, to 1876. Illus. 
N. Y., 1881. 2 v. 8«. *422i.50 

Lovering, Joseph F. Services for the use of 
the Grand army of the Republic. B., 1881. 16°. 

44293.63 

Low, John L. Durham. With map and plan. 
L., 1881. Sm. 8°. [Diocesan histories.] 5529.54 

Lowry-Corry, Somerset R., carl and viscount 
Belmorc. The history of two Ulster manors of 
Finagh, in the county of Tyrone, and Coole, 
otherwise manor Atkinson, in the county of Fer- 
managh, and of their owners. L., 1881. 8°. 

*247oa.68 

Lubbock, 5/r John. The origin of civilisation 
and the primitive condition of man. Mental and 
social condition of savages. 4th ed., with addi<- 
tions. L., 1882 [1881]. Illus. 8°. 6236.52 

Lusk, William T. The science and art of mid- 
wifery. With illus. N.Y., 1882 [1881]. 80. *3773,67 



Luys, Jules. Traits clinique et pratique des 
maladies mentales. P., 1881. 8^ 3802.63 

Lyell, A> Charles. Life, letters and journals. 
Ed. by his sister-in-law, Mrs. Lyell. With portr. 
L., 1S81. 2 V. 8°. ' 2540-55 

Lyons, France. See La Chapelle. 

McClellan, George B. Sec Webb. 

McClintock, John N. Bibliography of New 
Hampshire. (/« Granite montlUy, v. 4. Con- 
cord, 1S81.) ' *4435-54-4 

McCook, Henry C. The honey ants of the 
Garden of the gods, and the Occident ants of the 
American plains. With plates. Phila., 1882 
[188 1 ]. 8°. 3894.60 

Macfarlane, Alexander. Principles of the 
algebra of logic, with examples. Edinb., 1879. 
Sm. 8". 3936-15 

M'Govan, James. Strange clues : or, chroni- 
cles of a city detective. Edinb., 1881. Sm. 8". 

357oa.5o 

Mackenzie, Robert. America. A history. L., 
1882 [1881]. Sm. 8». 2326.72 

Magasin d'dducation et rdcrdation. Vol. 19- 
33. P., 1874-81. 13 V. Illus. 8". *729oa.5o 

Contains anion^other illustrated storit-s, the following;: — 

Alcott, Louisa M. Les quatre tillcs du docteur Marsch, 
v.3>.32. 

Astlion, G. L'ami Kipps, v. 33, 34. 

Biart, L. Voyages et avcntures de deux enfants dans un 
pare, V. 35, 36. 

— Un voyage iiivolontaire, v. »S, 39. 
Blandy, S. Le petit roi, v. 33, 34. 

Candize, Ernest. Avcntures d'un grillon, v. 35, 36. 

— La gileppe, v. 39, 30. 

Dequet, A. Histoire de mononcle et dcma tante, v. 30, 31 
Ejiger, Eniile. Histoire du livre, v. 37, 38. 
Hetzel, P. J. Histoire d'un Sue et de deux jeunes fillca, 
par P. J. Stall! [/,««•«(/.], v. ig, 30. 

Laurie, Andrd. La vie de collig-e en Anglcterre, v. 33. 
Lcgouv6, E. Legons de lecture, v. 33. 
Le Keboullet, Ad. Le clialet des sapins, v. 30-33. 
Mac(5, Jean. La France avant les Krancs, v. 39. 
Verne, Jules. Un canitainc de quinze ans, v. 37, sS. 

— Les cmq cents millions de la B^gum, v. 39, 30. 

— Hector Servadac, v. 35, 36. 

— I^'ile niystirieuse, v. 19-33. 

— La Jangada; ire partie, v. 33, 

— La inaison i vapeur, v. 30-33. 

— Michel Strogoff, v. 33, 34. 

Magna Graecia. See Lenormant. 

Maine. Sec Varney. 

Malay archipelago. See Adams. 

Mallet, Emilie, nie Oberkampf. See Witt. 

Malot, Hector (H.) Une femme d'argent. 7e 
iA. P., 1881. 18°. 2664.77 

Man. Sec Lesley ; — Lubbock ; — Socidtd. 

Manchester, England. Sec Sutton. 

Manchester literary club. Papers. Vol. 7. 
1880-81. Manchester, Eng., 1881. 8°. *2504.50 

Vol. 7 contains, among other papers, fire essays upon 
George Eliot, one of which is a bibliography. 

Mantegna, Andrea. Sec Cartwright. 

Manufactures. See Linz ; — Spon. 

Manuscripts. See Bibliothfeque. 

Marchegay, Paul (A.), and Salmon, Andr^, 
ed. Chroniques des comtes d'Anj"ou, recueillies 
et publi^es pour la Soci^td de I'histoire de France. 
P., 1856-71,. 8». 2612.62 

Marey, Etienne J. La circulation du sang ik 
r^tat physiologique et dans les maladies. Avcc 
figures. P., 1881. 8". 3763.66 

Mariette, Auguste (E,.), called Mariette-Bey. 
Itindraire de la Haute-Egypte, comprenant une 
description des monuments antiques des rives du 
Nil entre le Caire et la premiere cataracte. [2e 
^d.] Alexandrie, 1872. Folded plates. 16°. 50593.32 



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January, 



Maris, Edward. A historic sketch of theH;oins 
of New Jersey, with a plate containing specimens 
of the Mark Newbie coppers, and the issues of 
1786-88. Phila., 1881. F". *Cab.43.D.2 

Markham, Clements R., ed. The voyages of 
William Baffin, 1612-1622. L., iSSi." Portr. 
Maps. [Hakluyt soc. Publ.] 8°. 2264.69 

Marquette, Jacques. Sec Brucker. 

Martial law. See Finlason. 

Martigny, Joseph A., abbi. Dictionnaire des 
antiquites chretiennes. Nouv. ed., rev., aug., 
et enrichie de 675 gravures dans le texte. P., 
1877. L. 8°. *353i-52 

Martin, Joseph H. The Declaration of inde- 
pendence : a poem. [N.Y.J 1876. 8°. **4403.84 

Marx, Adolph B. Theory and practice of musi- 
cal composition. Tr.and ed. by Herman S. Saroni. 
7th Amer. ed., with an appendix and notes by 
Emiiius Girac. N.Y. [Co/. 1854.] 12°. 4047.66 

Mass, The. See Lay folks. 

Massachusetts. Adjutant general. Report, 
1880. *6436.i 

— Auditor of accounts. Report, 1880. *6443.i 
-w- Board of agriculture. Twentj'-eighth an- 
nual report, 1880. *6445.4 

— Board of education. Forty-fourth annual 
report, 1879-S0. *6455.3 

— Bureau of statistics of labor. Twelfth annual 
report, 1881. *6443.3 

Industrial conciliation and arbitration. 

Compiled by Carroll D. Wright. B., 1881. 8°. 

*556oa.55 

— Insurance commissioner. Twentj'-sixth an- 
nual report, 1881. Pt. i, 2. *6456.i 

— State board of health, lunacy and charity. 
Second annual report, 1S80. 2 v. *6458.20 

Masson, David. De Quincey. L., 1881. 
[English men of letters. Ed. by John Morlev.] 
Sm. 8«. 2459.88 

Materialism. See Lange. 

Mathematics. See American journal. 

Matthews, J. Brander. French dramatists of 
the 19th centurj'. N. Y., 1881. 12°. 464oa.5i 

Maxwell, James C. An elementary treatise on 
electricity. Ed. by Wm. Garnett. Oxford, 1881. 
lUus. Plates. 8°. 3963.66 

— A treatise on electricity and magnetism. 
2d ed. Oxford, 1881. 2 v. 8°. 3962.61 

Maya language. See Charency ; — Perez. 

Maynard, C.J. The birds of eastern North 
America; containing 32 plates by the author. 
Newtonville, Mass., 1881. 4°. *590i.53 

— The naturalist's guide in collecting and 
preserving objects of natural historjs with a com- 
plete catalogue of the birds of eastern Massa- 
chusetts. With illus. Rev. ed. Newtonville, 
Mass., 1881. 16". 5897.13 

Mears, David O. The Jubilee Sabbath of Pied- 
mont church [Worcester, Mass.]. Two dis- 
courses, June 5th, 1881. Wore, 1881. L. 8°. *5540.56 

Medical directory. 1881. L. [1881.] 8°. *4536.i 

Medicine. See Annee m^dicale; — Index; — 
Kings county ; — Nouveau ; — U. S. Marine hos- 
pitals. 

Meehan, Thomas. The native flowers and 
ferns of the United States. 2d ser. Vol. i, 2. 
Chromolithographs. Phila., 1880. L. 8°. *3842.6o 

Menant, Joachim. La Bible et les cvlindres 
chaldeens. P., 1880. 8«. "3423.68 

— Inscriptions des revers de plaques du palais 
de Khorsabad, traduites sur le texte assvrien. 
p., 1865. L. fo. *3040.62 



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Mendelssohn family. See Hensel. 
Merope myth. .See Arnold, M. 
Merrill, Selah. East of the Jordan. A record 
of travel. With illus. Map. N.Y., 1881. 8°. 

3075-64 

Mesopotamia. See Oppert. 

Meteorology. See Great Britain ; — RadclifFe ; 

— United States. Naval observatory. 

Meusnier, Georges. Lefusain. Charcoal draw- 
ing without a master. [By Karl Robert, pseud.^ 
Followed by lessons on studies after Allong^. 
Tr. from by Elizabeth H. Appleton. Cincin., 
1 880. Illus". 8°. 8064.61 

Mexico. See Lopez de Gomara. 

Meyer, Paul, ed. Daurel et Beton. Chanson 
degesteproven<jale, publieepour la premiere fois, 
d'apres le manuscrit unique appartenant a A. 
Didot. P., 1880. [Society des anciens textes 
fran<;ais.] 8°. 2694.74 

Michel, Francisque X. Histoire du commerce 
et de la navigation a Bordeaux principalement 
sous I'administration anglaise. Bordeaux. 1867, 
70. 2 V. Folded plate. 8°. 4614. 11 

Middle ages. See Labarte. 

Migration of birds. See Brown, J. A. H. 

Milk. See Paris. Exposition universelle. 

Milwaukee. See Buck. 

Miot, Andr^ F., comte de Melito. 1762-1841. 
Memoirs, 1788-1815. Ed. by General Fleisch- 
mann. From the French by Mrs. Cashel Hoe v and 
JohnLillie. With notes. L., 1881. 2 v. 8°. 4642.65 

— Same. N. Y., 1881. 12°. 4642.64 

The memoirs in French are on 3653.8. 

Miot was minister, ambassador, councillor of state and 
member of the Institute. He was the friend of Joseph 
Bonaparte, and his companion in Spain, and Naples, and in 
the Peninsula. 

Miracles. See Westcott. 

Missions. See Brett. 

Mississippi river. See Brucker. 

Mithra.. 5ec Lajard. 

Moderation vs. total abstinence; or. Dr. 
Crosby and his reviewers. N.Y., 1881. 12°. 5574.66 

Contains Dr. Howard Crosby's Calm view of the temper- 
ance question, with replies and reviews by Mark Hopkins, 
Wendell Phillips, Mrs. J. E. Foster, T. L. Cuyler, Ezra M. 
Hunt, A. J. Gordon, and others. 

Modem review. The. A quarterly magazine. 
Vol. 1. 1880. L., 1880. 8°. *5369-5 

Molifere,Jean B. P. See Coquelin. 

Molinari, Gustave de. LTrlande, le Canada, 
Jersey ; lettres addressees au Journal des D^bats. 
P., 1881. i8». 2269a.68 

The part upon Ireland is devoted to a consideration of the 
Land question. 

MoUusca. See Rolland. 

Mommsen, (C. M.) Theodor. Histoire de la 
monnaie romaine. Trad, de I'allemand par le due 
deBlacas. P., 1865-75. 4V. Plates. 8". *275i.52 

Monograms. See Nagler. 

Montalembert, Charles F. de Tryon, comte de. 
The monks of the West, from St. Benedict to St. 
Bernard. B., 1872. 2 v. 8°. 55I3-5I 

Montlosier, Frah9ois D. R., comte de. See 
Bardoux. 

Morgan, Appleton. The Shakespearean myth. 
William Shakespeare and circumstantial evi- 
dence. Cincin., 1881. 12*". 6592.14 

Morley, John. The life of Richard Cobden. 
L., 1881. 2 v. Portr. 8°. 2540.51 

Morris, Richard, ed. Old English homilies of 
the twelfth century. 2d ser. L-, 1873. [Early 
English text society.] 8°. ♦46o8.a'7 



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Mother Goose, or the old nursery rhymes. 
Illus. by Kate Greenaway. Engraved and pr. by 
E. Evans. L. [1881.] Sm. 8°. +2404.70 

Mould. See Darwin. 

Mount Desert island, Maine. Map. Pre- 
pared by Boston & Maine railroad. [B., 1880.?] 
Size, 21" X 22^ in. Scale, i| m. to i in. +44303.3 

Muehlbrecht, Otto, compiler. Uebersicht der 
gesammten staats- und rechtswissenschaftlichen 
Literatur. Jahrg. 12, 13. 1879, 80. Berlin, 1880, 
81. 2 V. in I. 8°. *2i68.6 

Muentz, Eugene. Raphael : his life, works, 
and times. From the French. With 154 engrav- 
ings in the text, and 43 full-page plates. Ed. by 
Walter Armstrong. L., 1882 [1881]. 8". +8072.64 

Mulhall, Marion. Between the Amazon and 
Andes : or ten years of a lady's travels in the 
Pampas, Gran Chaco, Paraguay, and Matto 
Grosso. With maps and illus. L.,i88i. 8". 2363.77 

Munich. See Watts, A. M. H. 

Munro, Wilfred H., ed.- Picturesque Rhode 
Island. Pen and pencil sketches of its cities, 
towns and hamlets, and of men who have made 
them famous. Providence, 1881. 8°. *2338.63 

Murray, Alexander, and Howley, James P. 
Geological survey of Newfoundland. L., 1881. 
Illus. 8°. 3863.75 

A republication of the whole set of Reports of progress 
on the geological survey, 1S64-18S0, with revisions and cor- 
rections. 

Murray, Thomas C. Lectures on the origin 
and growth of the Psalms. N. Y., 1880. 120. 

5427.70 

Musgrave, George. Ten days in a French 
parsonage in the summer of 1863. L. , 1864. 2 v. 
Plate. Sm. 8°. 6668.12 

Music. See Annales ; — Cui ; — David ; — 
Elson ; — Franz ; — Hart ; — Marx ; — Richter. 

Myroure, The, of our Ladye, containing a de- 
votional treatise on divine service, with a trans- 
lation of the offices used by the sisters of the 
Brigittine monastery of Sion, at Isleworth, dur- 
ing the 15th and i6th centuries. Ed. from the 
original black-letter text of 1530, with introd. and 
notes, by J. H. Blunt. L., 1873. Fac-simile. 
[Early English text society.] 8". +,^+4607. 25 

The editor inclines to the belief that the author was 
Thomas Gascoign, of Merton college, Oxford, who was 
Vice-chancellor of that university in the years 1434 and 
1439, and Chancellor from 1443 to 1445. 

Mysteries (religious dramas). See Home. 
Myths. See Arnold, M. ; — Harrison. 

Nabathaeans. See Quatremfere ; — Renan. 

Nagler, G. C. Die Monogrammisten und 
diejenigen bekannten und unbekannten Kiinstler 
aller Schulen. Mit Beriicksichtigung von Buch- 
druckerzeichen, der Stempel von Kunstsammlern, 
u. s. w. Mit den raisonnirenden Verzeichnissen 
der Werker anonymer Meister. Miinchen, 1858- 
79. 5 V. 8°. *4097.2 

Napoleon I. See Miot. 

Napoleon III. See Orsi. 

Narcotics. See Beard. 

Naval art and science. See Glasgow ; — United 
States naval institute. 

Navigation. See Bowditch. 

Neil, James. Palestine explored with a view 
to its present natural features, and to the prevail- 
ing manners, customs [etc.], which throw light 
on the figurative language of the Bible. L. , 
1882 [i88i]. Sm, 8°. 3079.72 



Newbury district field club, Nerubury, Eng. 
Transactions designed to promote the knowledge 
of the natural history and antiquities of the 
neighbourhood. 1870-75. Newbury, 1871, 78. 
2 V. Illus. S''. +2496.60 

Newfoundland. See Murray, A. 

New Hampshire. See McClintock. 

Newport historical magazine. Vol. i. 1880- 
81. Newport, R. I. [1881.] 8°. *4436.58 

New South Wales. See Reid, G. H. 

New Sweden, Maine. Celebration of the 
decennial anniversary, July 23, 1880. Portland, 
1881. 8°. +2338.65 

New York illustrated. N. Y., 1881. Folded 
map. 8°. 2377.38 

Newspapers. See Annuaire ; — Ayer. 

Nicholson, Henry W. From sword to share ; 
or a fortune in five years at Hawaii. With map 
and illus. L. , 1881. Portrs. Sm. 8°. 3079.73 

Nicolay, John G. The outbreak of rebellion. 
N.Y., 1S81. [Campaigns of the civil war. i.] 
12°. 2324.86 

Nicolet, Jean. See Butterfield. 

NicoU, Henry J. Great movements and those 
who achieved them. With portrs. L., 1881. 
Sm. 8°. 2428.57 

Contents. — Prison reform, John Howard; The abolition 
of the slave trade, William Wilberforce ; The amelioration 
of the criminal code, Sir Samuel Romilly; Popular educa- 
tion, Lord Brougham ; Cheap literature, Constable, Cham- 
bers, Knight, Cassell; Penny postage. Sir Rowland Hill; 
The repeal of the corn laws, Richard Cobden, John Bright, 
C. P. Villiers; The repeal of the fiscal restrictions on 
literature and the press, T. Milner Gibson and others ; The 
introduction of gas, Murdoch, Winsor, Clegg, and others; 
The steam engine, and its application to locomotion, Watt, 
Stephenson, Fulton, Bell ; The electric telegraph, Cooke, 
Wheatstone, and others. 

Noel, Baptist W. Notes of a tour in Piedmont, 
in 1854. L., 1855. Map. Sm. 8°. 6668.11 

Northwest, The. See Butterfield. 

Norton, David. Sketches of the town of Old 
Town, Penobscot county, Maine; with bio- 
graphical sketches. Bangor, 1881. 8°. +4336.73 

Norway. See Du Chaillu. 

Notre-Dame cathedral, Paris. See Hoffbauer, 

Nouveau dictionnaire de mddecine et de chi- 
rurgie pratiques. Illus. T, 1-30, P., 1864-81, 
8°. *5739-a 

Nova Scotia historical society. Report and 
collections for 1878. Vol. i. Halifax, N.S., 
1879. 8°. +4316.52 

Numismatics. See British museum ; — Cohen ; 

— Maris ; — Mommsen. 

Oakey, Maria R. See Dewing, Maria R. 

Oberholtzer, Sara L. Coine for arbutus, and 
other wild bloom. [Poems.] Phila., 1882 [1881]. 
1 2°. 2390b, 56 

Object lessons. ^ccCalkins, 

Obry, Jean B, F. Du berceau de I'esp^ce hu- 
maine selon les Indiens, les Perses et les He- 
breux. P., 1858. 8°. 2234.56 

Obstetrics. See American gynecological soc. ; 

— Lusk ; — Playfair. 

Occult sciences. See Prost. 

Odyssey. See Harrison. 

Old Town, Penobscot co., Maine. See Norton. 

Old Yorkshire. Ed. by W. Smith. [Vol. 3.] 
L., 1 881. Illus. Portrs. 8°. +2495.54 

Omar Khayyam. The quatrains of Omar Khay- 
ydm. Tr. into English verse by E. H. Whin- 
field. L., 1882 [i88i]. 8°. 3025.69 

Opera, The. See Walshe. 



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Oppenheim, Ancel. Connaissances n^ces- 
saires a un amateur d'objets d'art et de curiosity. 
P., 1879. ^^°- 4029.105 

Oppert, Jules. Expedition scientifique en 
M^sopotamie executee par ordre du gouverne- 
ment de 1851 a 1854, P^"" ^- Fresnel, F. Thomas 
et J. Oppert. Publi^e sous les auspices de S. Exc. 
M. le ministre d'dtat par J. Oppert. P., 1859, 
63. Texte, 2 V. 4°; Atlas of plates, i v. L. f". 

*307o.5o ; Atlas, *3070.25 

— Les inscriptions de Dour-Sarkavan (Khor- 
sabad), provenant des fouilles de M. Victor 
Place, d^chiffrees et interpretees par J. Oppert. 
P., 1870. L. fo. , *5oio.i6 

— M^moire sur les rapports de I'Egypte et de 
I'Assvrie dans I'antiquite, eclaircis par I'etude 
des textes cun^iformes. P., 1869. 4°. 3021.22 

Oppert, Jules, and M^nant, Joachim. Grande 
inscription du palais de Khorsabad, publiee et 
commentee. P., 1863. 16°. 3028.5 

Orden, Wappen und Flaggen aller Regenten 
und Staaten in originalgetreuen Abbildungen. 
Lpz., 1880. 38 plates. 40. *2223.57 

Orders. See Burke ; — Orden. 

Orkney islands. See Reid, J. T. 

Orsi, , count. Recollections of the last 

half-century. L., 1881. Illus. Portr. Sm. 8°. 

4627.55 

" Included in the volume are several articles previously 
published in Eraser's magazine, devoted to rectifying^ incor- 
rect notions which have prevailed hitherto in reference to 
events in the life of Napoleon iii prior to his advent to the 
presidency." — Preface. 

Osmun, Thomas E. The verbalist : a manual 
devoted to brief discussions of the right and the 
wrong use of Avords. By Alfred Avres [/5«??«/.]. 
N.Y., 1882 [1881]. 16°. ' 2488.78 

Otis, Charles P. Elementary German. N.Y., 
1881. 16°. 2889.81 

Ott^, Elise C. Denmark and Iceland. L., 
1881. Illus. Maps. Sm. 8°. 2868.80 

Paddock, Cornelia. The fate of Madame La 
Tour. A tale of Great Salt Lake. N.Y., 1881. 
16°. *2404.64 

Paget, Violet. Studies of the i8th century in 
Italy. By Vernon Lee [/*<?««/.]. L., 1880. "^ 8°. 

2762.57 

On the Arcadian academy, musical life, Metastasio and 
the opera, the Comedy of masks, Goldoni and the realistic 
comedy, Carlo Gozzi and the Venetian fairy comedy. 

Paine, Albert W. Paine genealogy. Ipsvvich 
branch. Bangor, 1881. 8°. *4338.6i 

Painting. See Grace ; — Hill ; — Leclercq, E. 

Palestine. See Dulles ; — Merrill ; — Neil ; — 
Pitman ; — Stanley. 

Palgrave, Francis T. The visions of England. 
[Poems.] L., 1881. Sm. 8°. 45603.31 

Pantheism. See Jacob ; — Plumptre. 

Paris. Exposition universelle, 1878. Con- 
gres et conferences du Palais du Trocadero. 
P., 1880,81. 8°. Namely: — 

— Congr^s international de g^ographie com- 
merciale. *6o25.8o 

— Congr^s internat. des architectes. *6o25.6i 

— Congres internat. des brasseurs. *6o25.83 

— Congrfes international des sciences ethno- 
graphiques. *6o25.57 

— Congrfes international pour le progres de 
I'industrie laitiere. *6o25.84 

— Congrfes scientifique international des insti- 
tutions de pr^voyance. *6o25.55 



Paris. See Franklin, A. L. A. ; — Hoftbauer. 
Pascoe, Charles E., ed. Everyday life in our 
public schools. Sketched by head-scholars of 
Eton, Winchester, Westminster, Shrewsbury, 
Harrow, Rugby, Charterhouse. Added a brief 
notice of St. Paul's and Merchant Taylors' 
schools, and Christ's hospital. With illus. L. . 
188 1. 8°. 3596.67 

Patents. See Allen, J. T. ; — Banning; — 
Great Britain ; — Illustrirtes. 
Patrick, St. See De Vinn^. 
Patriotism. See Salieres. 

Patton, Jacob H. Concise history of the Amer- 
ican people. With portrs, chart, maps, etc. N. Y. 
[1881. Cop. 1876.] 8°. 4222.59 

Paul, St. See Taylor, W. M. 

Pauperism. See Pretyman. 

Penobscot county, Maine. See Sherman. 

Pentecost, George F. "In the volume of the 
Book," or, the profit and pleasure of Bible study. 
N. Y., 18S0. Portr. 16°. 3417.62 

Perez, Juan P. Diccionario de la lengua Maya. 
M6rida de Yucatan, 1S66-77. 4°. *43ioa.i3i 

Personal liberty. See Deguerre. 

Peterborough, England. See Poole. 

Phear, Sir John B. International trade, and 
the relation between exports and imports. A 
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Phelps, Austin. The theory of preaching. 
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Poets and etchers. Poems by T. B. Aldrich ; 
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Reetnelin, Charles. A critical review of Ameri- 
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Tanner, Henry. Further steps in the principles 
of agriculture. L., 1881. Sm. 8°. 5999.63 

Tasmania. See Etheridge. 

Tasse, Joseph. Les Canadiens de I'Ouest. 2e 
^d. Montreal, 1878. 2 v. in i. Portrs. Illus. 

8°- *43i4-77 

Tasso, Torquato. Tasso's ' Godfrey of Bul- 
loigne.* (5 cantos.) Tr. by Richard Carew, 
(1594). Ed. with introd. and notes by A. B. 
Grosart. \^Manckester.'\ 1881. 4°. ***2535.25 



Taswell-Langmead, Thomas P. English con- 
stitutional historv. 2d ed., rev. with additions. 
L., 1881. 8°. " 4526.26 

Taunton, Massachusetts. See Walker. 

Taxidermy. See Maynard. 

Taylor, Bavard. Home ballads. With illus. 
B., 1S82 [1881]. 8°. 2402.75 

— Home pastorals, ballads and lyrics. B., 
1875. 12°. 4505-80 

Taylor, John, 0/ Northampton, England. 
Robert Raikes and Northamptonshire Sunday 
schools. L., 1880. 8°. 5442.61 

Contains a list of publications by Northamptonshire 
authors, or issued from the press in Northampton, relative 
to Sunday schools. 

Taylor, William M. Paul the missionarv. 
N.Y.. 1882 [1881]. Illus. 12°. 3427.74 

Tegn^r, Esaias. Samlade Skrifter. Stock- 
holm, i860. 3v. 16°. 6877.11 

Telegraph. See Washburn. 

Telephone. See Washburn. 

Temperance. See Moderation. 

Tenth Massachusetts battery. See Billings. 

Thackeray, Francis St. J. Eton college library. 
Repr. from " Notes and queries." Eton, 1881. 
Photog. 8°. 2154.28 

Thackeray, William M. Extracts from [his] 
writings chieflv philosophical and reflective. L,., 
18S1. Portr. "Sm. 8°. 2555.70 

Theology. See Liguori. 

Theology, Natural. See Cellarius. 

Theuriet, Andr^. Les enchantements de la 
for^t. P., 1881. Illus. 8°. . 2662.63 

Thirlwall, Connop. Letters, literary and 
theological. Ed. by J. J. Stewart Perowne and 
L. Stokes. L., 1881. 8». 2540.56 

— Letters to a friend. Ed. bv A. P. Stanlev. 
L., 1 88 1. 8°. ' 2540.57 

Thorn, George. Outlines of elementary 
physiography; with illustrations and questions 
from the science examination papers. South 
Kensington. Edinb., 1881. Sm. 8°. 3826.61 

Thurot, Francois C. E. De la prononciation 
fran<;aise depuis le commencement du xvie sifecle. 
T. I. P., 1881. 8°. 2683.50 

Tichbome trial. See Cockburn. 

Tilley, Risbrough H. Genealogy of the Tilley 
family. Newport, R. L, 1878. 8°. *2338.64 

Timbal, Louis C. Notes et causeries sur Tart 
et sur les artistes. Pr^c^d^es d'une liste des prin- 
cipaux ouvrages de peintre et d'une notice par le 
vicomte Henri Delaborde. P., 1881. 16°. 4078.83 

Tissot, Victor. Voyage au pays des milliards 
[Germany]. 496 ^d. P., 1881. " 18°. 2867.59 

Tissot, Victor, and Am^ro, Constant. La 
Russie rouge, roman contemporain. loeed. P., 
18S1. 18°. 3068.4a 

Titles of honor. See Solly. 

Tozer, John. On the effect of the non-resi- 
dence of landlords on the wealth of a com- 
munity. Camb., 1841. 4°. No. 2 in *565i.24 

From the Transactions of the Cambridge philosophical 
society, v. 7, pt. 2. 

Traill, Henry D. Central government. L., 

1881. [English citizen ser.] Sm. 8°. 2515.19 

Travels and voyages. See Alvarez ; — Beesly ; 

— Bock ; — Dall : — Dulles ; — Elliot ; — Faucher 
de Saint-Maurice; — Francis; — Gottschalk; 

— Hardy ; — Hughes ; — Markham : — Merrill ; — 
Noel ; — Seguin ; — Stevenson ; — Tissot ; — Ty- 
ler; — Verne. 



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Treaty of peace, good correspondence & 
neutrality in America, between James ii, and 
Lewis XIV, concluded the f * day of Novemb. , 1686. 
In the Savoy, 1686. Sm. 40. No. 2 in *,^*65i7.40 

This treaty was executed at Whitehall, in the palace, by 
Barillon d'Ainoncourt, for the French, and by Jeffreys, 
Rochester, Sunderland, Middleton and Godolphin for the 
English. 

Charlevoix says of it, that it was made by the English 
" pour endormir les Francois de I'Am^rique." It did not 
result in the interest of peace, since, in the spring of 16S7, 
the English resumed hostilities. 

Trocad^ro. See Paris. Exposition univer- 
sellc ; — Soldi. 

Trowbridge, John T. A home idyl, and other 
poems. B., 1881. 12°. 2390b. 55 

Truebner and Co. Monthly list of new and 
forthcoming works, and new American books. 
Vol. 3, 4. 1879, So- L., 1879, 80. 2 V. in i. 8". 

♦6167.4 

Tyler, Katharine E. The story of a Scandina- 
vian summer. N. Y.,i88i. 12°. 2867.58 

Tyrol. See Leclercq, J. 

Tytler, Sarah, ^5e«^. See Keddie, Henrietta. 

Umbrellas. iS'ee Great Britain. Com.offatents. 

Unitarianism. See Bonet-Maury. 

United States. Board of supervising inspec- 
tors of steam-vessels. Proceedings of the 29th 
annual meeting, Washington, Jan., 1881. Wash., 
1881. 8°. *7958.4i 

— Bureau of agriculture. Contagious dis- 
eases of domesticated animals. Continuation of 
investigation. Wash., 1881. 8°. *5992.6i 

— Bureau of education. Report of the com- 
missioner. 1879. Wash., 1881. 8°. *7595-i 

— Bureau of Indian affairs. Instructions to 
Indian agents. Wash., 1880. 8°. *4464.76 

— Dept. of State. Catalogue of the works 
relative to the law of nations and diplomacy in 
the librarv of the department of state, May 13, 
1881. Wash., 18S1. 16°, 1. p. *2i86.28 

— Dept. of the Interior. Register containing 
a list of persons employed. Corrected to Jan. i, 
1879. Wash., 1879. 8°. ♦C.242.21 

— Entomological commission. Second report 
for 1878 and 79, relating to the Rocky mountain 
locust, and the western cricket. With maps and 
illustrations. Wash., 1880. 8°. *5893.i3 

— Geog. and geological survey of the Rocky mt. 
region. Report on the geology and resources of 
the Black hills of Dakota. With atlas. By H. New- 
ton and W. P. Jenney. Wash., 1880. Illus. Text,4°; 
Atlas, F°. *386i.68; Atlas. ***Cab.43.D.3 

— Hydrographic office. Sailing directions for 
the Kattegat, Sound, and Great and Little Belts, 
to the Baltic sea ; compiled from Danish and 
Swedish surveys. Originally published by Charles 
Wilson, London, 1865. Rearranged and corrected 
by William Gibson. Wash., 1881. 8°. *3956.i9 

— Marine hospitals. Hand-book for the ship's 
medicine chest. Wash., 1881. Illus. 16°. *3755.65 

— Naval observatory. Astronomical and 
meteorological observations, 1876. Pt. i, 2. 
Wash., 1880. Plates. 4°. **5i50.7 

Contents. — i. Astronomical and meteorological observa- 
tions in 1876. — 2. A subject-index to the publications of the 
U.S. naval observatory, 1845-75; Reports on telescopic ob- 
servations of the transit of Mercury, May 5-6, 1S78; Reports 
on the total solar eclipses of July 29, 1878,' and Jan. 11, 1880. 

— Public land office. Instructions of the com- 
missioner of the general land office to the sur- 
veyors general relative to the survey of the public 
lands and private land claims. May 3, 1881. 
Wash., 1881. Plates. 8°. *59i2.io 



United States, continued. 

— History, etc. See Dillon ; — Hardy ; — Hoist ; 

— Hurd ; — Lossing ; — Mackenzie ; — Patton ; — 
Reemelin ; — Sage. 

— Revolution. See Draper ; — Raynal ; — 
Winsor. 

— Civil war. See Billings ; — Force ; — 
Guerre; — Higginson; — Joinville; — Nicolay; 

— Ropes ; — Sage ; — Webb. 

United States naval institute. Proceedings. 
Vol. 1-6. 1874-80. Annapolis [etc.], 1875-80. 
6 V. in 3. Plates. 8°. *5953-58 

Utah. See Dall. 

Varicose veins. See Burnett. 

Varney, George J. A gazetteer of the state of 
Maine. With illus. B., 1881. 8^. *2385.56 

Vegetable diet. See Kingsford. 

Veins. See Burnett. 

Venice. See Freeman. 

Ventilation. See Gouge. 

Verein zur Befdrderung des Gewerbfleisses, 
Berlin. Verhandlungen. 1822-80. Redakteur: 
H. Wedding. Berlin, 1822-80. Text, 59 v. in 
32. Illus. 4°; Plates, 59 V. in 30. 4", obi. *6952.i 

Verne, Jules. La Jangada. 800 lieues sur 
I'Amazone. ire partie. P. [1881.] [Les voyages 
extraordinaires.] 18°. 4660a. 84 

— See Magasin. 

Versailles, France. See Dussieux. 

Vertebrates. See Preussische. 

Vine. See Ladrey. 

Vining, Edward. The mystery of Hamlet. 
Phila., 1881. 16°. 6593.22 

The author argues in favor of the theory that Hamlet was 
a woman, brought up and educated as a man. 

Violin. See David ; — Hart. 

Viollet-le-Duc, Eugene E. Discourses on ar- 
chitecture. Tr. by H. Van Brunt. Illus. B., 
1875, 81. 2 v. L. 8°. 4093-54 

The title x)f vol. 2 reads " Lectures on architecture," and 
is translated by Benj. Bucknall. 

— Lectures on architecture. Tr. from the 
French, by Benj. Bucknall. Vol. 2. Illus. L., 
1 88 1. 8°. 4092-57 

Voice. See Walshe. 

Wales. See Sikes. 

Walker, George H., pub. Atlas of Taunton 
city, Massachusetts. B., 1881. F°. *2350.74 

Walshe, Walter H. Dramatic singing physio- 
logically estimated. L., 1881. Sm. 8". 4049.81 

Ward, Genevieve, countess of Guerbel. See 
Gustafson. 

Ward, John. A memoir of lieut. -colonel 
Samuel Ward, ist Rhode Island regiment, army 
of the American revolution ; withgenealogy of the 
Ward family. N. Y., 1875. Portr. 4°. *443i.6o 

Warington, R. The chemistry of the farm. 
L., 1881. Sm. 8°. 3999.85 

Warner, Charles D. Captain John Smith 
(1579-1631), sometime governor of Virginia, and 
admiral of New England. A study of his life 
and writings. N. Y., 1881. [Lives of American 
worthies.] 16°. 4348.117 

— Washington Irving. B., 1881. Portr. 
[American men of letters.] 16°. 4348.120 

Warren, Henry. An artistic treatise on the 
human figure, containing hints on proportion, 
color, and composition. 4th ed. Ed. by Susan 
N. Carter. N. Y., 1S81. Illus. [Putnam's art 
hand books.] 16°. 80690.37 

Warsaw, N. Y. See Young, A. W. 



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Washburn and Moen manufacturing com- 
pany, Worcester, Mass. Galvanized iron wire 
as employed in the telegraph and telephone. 
Worcester, 1881. 16°. 8oi9a.44 

— Galvanized iron wire as employed in the 
telephone. The standards of iron and steel wire 
in electrical transmissions. Worcester, 1881. 16°. 

80193.43 
Watkins, Morgan G. Pictures of bird life in 
pen and pencil. With illus. by Giacomelli. L. 
[1881.?] 4°. *»*3900-58 

Watt, Alexander. Mechanical industries ex- 
plained. With illus. Edinb.,1881. Sm. 8°. 8019.43 
Watts, Anna M. H. An art student in Munich. 
By Anna Mary Howitt. B., 1854. 16°. 2863.26 

— Same. By Mrs. Howitt- Watts. 2d ed. L., 
1880. 2 V. Sm. 8°. 2863.51 

W^atts.HenryE. AnewDonQuixote.**D.i43.i7 

Published anonymously in, and cut from, Blackwood's 

Edinburgh magazine, October, iSSi, pp. 469-490. A review 

of " A new translation from the originals of 1605 and i6c8, 

by A.J. Duffield, London, 1881." 

Webb, Alexander S. The Peninsula. Mc- 
Clellan's campaign of 1862. N.Y., 1881. [Cam- 
paigns of the civil war. 3.] 12°. 2324.87 

Webster, Noah. An American dictionary of 
the English language. New ed., rev., and enl. 
by C. A. Goodrich and Noah Porter. With an 
appendix. Springfield, 1882 [1881]. Portr. Illus. 
40. B. H. Desk, K. 2 

Weill, Michel A. La morale du Judaisme. P., 
1875. 77- 2 V. 8°. 3487-73 

Welles, Albert. American family antiquity. 
Illus. with portrs. , and emblazoned coats ar- 
morial. N.Y., 1880, 8i. 3 V. 4°. **4330.50 

Contents. — i. Washington; Barron; BueIl;Cary; Page; 
Frost; Stokes; Dunbar; Grace. — 2. Kip; Cooke; Lyon; 
Kendall; Flower; Starin; Connor; Mortimer. — 3. Snow; 
Wheeler; Martin; Conover; Fish; Watcrbury. 

Wesley, John. See Green, Rev. R. 

West, The. See Butterfield ; — Chisholm's. 

Westcott, Brooke F. Characteristics of the 
Gospel miracles. Sermons before the University 
of Cambridge, with notes. Camb., 1859. Sm. 

8°. 5439a.57 

Wheeler, William. In memoriam. Letters 
of William Wheeler of the class of 1855, Yale 
college. Printed for private distribution. [Camb.] 
1875. 8°. 4340a. 130 

Wheeler, William A. Who wrote it.-* An 
index to the authorship of the more noted works 
in ancient and modern literature. Ed. by C G. 
Wheeler. B., 1881. 160. B, H. Desk; *2i59.7 

Whitaker, Epher. History of Southold, L. I. ; 
its first century [1640-1740]. Southold, 1881. 
Illus. 120. *2378.64 

White mountains. See Drake. 

Whittier, John G. The Whittier birthday- 
book. Arranged by Eliz. S. Owen. B., 1881. 
Portr. Illus. 16°. 239ob.59 

Whittington, Sir Richard. See Besant. 

Wickliff, John, d. 1384. The English works of 
Wyclif, hitherto unprinted. Ed. by F. D. Mat- 
thew. L., 1880. Fac-simile. [Early English 
text society.] 8°. *,^*24i7.7i 

Wilcocke, Samuel H. History of the vice- 
royalty of Buenos Ayres. Illus. L. [1807.?] 
Map. 8°. *4463.53 

W^ild flowers. See Heath, F. G. — Hervey ; — 
Meehan ; — Ruskin. 

Williams, Alfred M., ed. The poets and 
poetry of Ireland. With essays and notes. B., 
1881. 12°. 456oa.26 



Williams college. General catalogue. [B.] 
1880. 8°. *2382.57 

Wilson, Erasmus. The Egypt of the past. 
With illus. L., 1S81. Sm. 8°." 5057.8 

Winchell, Alexander. Sparks from a geologist's 
hammer. Chicago, 1881. Illus. 16°. 3867.67 

Winkworth, Catherine. Lyra Germanica : 
tr. from the German by Catherine Winkworth. 
New ed. L., 1879. 2 v. in i. 16°. 5444.51 

Winsor, Justin, ed. The memorial history of 
Boston. In 4 v. Vol. 3. B., 1881. lUus. 
Portrs. Fac-similes. Maps. 4°. *445i.5i 

Contents. — 3. The revolutionary period; The last hun- 
dred j'ears. Pt. i. 

Winter, William. The JeiFersons. With illus. 
B., 1881. Portrs. [American actor ser ] 12°. 

4348.118 

— The trip to England. 2d ed., rev. and enl. 
With illus. by Joseph Jefferson. B., i88i. 12°. 

2466.50 

Wire. See Washburn. 

Wit and humor. See Hunt. 

With the Cape mounted rifles. Four years' 
service in South Africa [1877-81]. By an Ex C. 
M. R. L., 1881. 8°. 5052.15 

Witt, Henriette de, nee Guizot. A Christian 
woman : being the life of Madame Jules Mallet, 
nee Oberkampf. Tr. by Mrs. H. N. Goodhart. 
L., 1882 [1881]. 160. 46493.71 

Gives an account of her charitable work in Paris, espe- 
cially among the infant schools for the poor, which she was 
instrumental in establishing. 

Wogue, L. Histoire de la Bible et de I'ex^g^se 
biblique jusqu'a nos jours. P., 1S81. 8°. 3423.66 

Wolcott, Samuel. Memorial of Henry Wol- 
cott, one of the first settlers of Windsor, Conn., 
and of some of his descendants. N.Y., 1S81. 
Illus. Portrs. Fac-similes. 4°. *2330.3i 

Woman, Diseases of. See American gyneco- 
logical see. 

Woman, Employment of. See Genua. 

Woman suff'rage. See Robinson. 

Wood engraving. See Ars moriendi. 

Woodworth, Samuel. The old oaken bucket. 
Drawings by Miss L. B. Humphrey. B., 1881. 
Sq. 16°. 2404.65 

Woolls, William. Lectures on the vegetable 
kingdom, with special reference to the flora of 
Australia. Sydney, 1879. 8°. 5845.31 

Woolner, Thomas. Pygmalion. [Poem.] L., 
1881. Sm. 8°. 4565.68 

Words. See Osmun. 

World, A, of wonders; or marvels in nature. 
With illus. N.Y., 1881. 8°. 3826.63 

Worms. See Darwin. 

Wren, Sir Christopher. See Phillimore. 

Yardley, Thomas W. Genealogy of the Yard- 
ley family, 1402-1881. Phila., 1881. 8°. *2332.56 

Yeddo, Japan. See Black. 

Yemen, Arabia. See Hal^vy. 

Yokohama. See Black. 

Yonge, Charles D. The constitutional history 
of England from 1760 to i86o. L., 1882 [1881]. 
8°. 2510.28 

Yorkshire, England. See Old. 

Young, Alfred. The office of vespers. N.Y., 
1869. 8° 7441-53 

Young, Andrew W. History of Warsaw, N. Y., 
with family sketches and biog. notes. With 
portrs. and views. Buffialo, 18^. 16". 2379.16 

Yucatan. See Ancona. 



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Zamarski, L. C. Bauschatz. Eine Sammlung 
hervorragender Bauwerke, Details, etc. in Repro- 
ductionen nach seltenen und kostbaren Werken, 
Einzelstichen, etc. Photolithog. vonL. C. Zamar- 
ski. B. I,. Wien. [1879.] F". *^*Cab.40.G.2 

Zola, Emile. Nos auteurs dramatiques. P., 
1 88 1. 12°. 4664.56 

Contents. — Theatre classique; Victor Hugo; Emile Au- 
eier; A. Dumas fils; V.,Sardou; E. Labiche; Meilhac et 
Hal^vy; E. Gondinet; E. Pailleron; A. d'Ennery; T. 



Zola, Emile, continued. 

Barriere; O. Feuillet; George Sand; T. de Banville; E. 
et J. de Goncourt; A. Daudet; Erckmann-Chatrian. 

— Les romanciers naturalistes. 2e €d. P., 
1 88 1. 12°. 4660a. 86 

Contents. — Balzac; Stendhal; Gustave Flaubert; Ed- 
mond et Jules de Goncourt; Alphonse Daudet; Les roman- 
ciers contemporains. 

Zoology. See Preussische ; — Rolland. 



LOWER HALL AND BRANCHES, 

EXCLUSIVE OF THE ROXBURY, DORCHESTER, AND CHARLESTOWN BRANCHES. 
Abbreviations : — Brl., Brighton; E. B., East Boston; 3. P., Jamaica Plain; S. B., South Boston; S. E., South End. 



Central Library Books can be applied for at the several Branches and Deliver- 
ies^ and., if they are on the shelves., they ivill be sent to the Branch or Delivery the 
same or folloiving day. 



\ 



Abbott, Edward. A trip Eastward. A book 
for boys and girls. With illus. 1747.12 

About, Edmund F. V. Le roman d'un brave 
homme. 1073.14 

Adams, Henry C. Who did it.? or, Holmwood 
priory. A schoolboy's tale. 1416.2 

Adams, William H. D. Eminent sailors, in- 
cluding an historical sketch of the British navy. 
Illus. 1540.41 

Adams, William T. {^Oliver Optic.) Going 
West. S. E. 61 1.6 

— Up the river. 51-29; Bri. 41.145 

E. B. 12.20; J. P. 223.24; S. B. 117.24 

S.E. 611.2 

Adder, Max, pseud. See Clark, Charles H. 

Ainsworth, William H. Stanley Brereton. 
[Fiction.] 54.31 ; J. P. 822.12; S. B. 140.50 

A story of modern life. 

Alcott, Louisa M. Little women. Part 2. 

S. E. 646.14 

Alden, Isabella M. {Pansy.) The pocket 

measure. 1461.1 

A story of methods of charity in church work. 

Alden, William L. The cruise of the "Ghost." 
Illus. 51.35 ; E. B. 29.114 ; S. B. 135-47 

S. E. 637.25 

A sequel to " The moral pirates." A cruise of boys 
around the waters of New York city. 

Alger, Horatio, jr. From canal-boy to presi- 
dent; or, the boyhood and manhood of James A. 
Garfield. Illus. 1524.6; Bri. 52. iii 

E. B. 199.15; J. P. 1136.6; S. B. 114.65 
Amenities of home. [Appletons' home books.] 

J. P. 2326.14 

Ames, Daniel T. Ames' alphabets, adapted to 

the use of architects, engravers, etc. 33 plates. 

190-58 

Ames, Fanny B., compiler. Christmas day 

and All the year. *' Christian register " stories. 

1460.21 



Anderson, Rasmus B., and others, ed. Viking 
tales of the North. Transl. from the Icelandic. 
Also Tegndr's Fridthjof's saga, tr. by Geo. 
Stephens. S. E. 46.1 

Angell, Henry C. Records of William M. 
Hunt. Illus. S. E. 176.6 

Anthon, Charles. A system of ancient and 
mediaeval geography. S. B. 393.16 

Armstrong's primer of United States history. 

With maps. 218.10 ; Bri. 71. 112 ; E. B. 189.21 

J. P. 938.2; S. B. 159-30; S. E. 243.9 

Austen, Jane. Jane Austen and her works. 
By Sarah Tytler [pseud of Henrietta Keddie]. 
Illus. S. E. 414.5 

The plots of the novels are given and notes added. 

Austin, Jane G. Moonfolk. A true account 
of the home of the fairy tales. S. E. 641.7 

Auton, C., pseud. See Hoppin, Augustus. 
Ayres, Alfred, pseud. See Osmun, Thomas E. 

Babcock, Emma W. Household hints. [Ap- 
pletons' home books.] 1201.12; E. B. 369.17 
J. P. 2435.19; S. B. 328.35 

Baby Rue. [No name series.] S. E. 419- iQ 

Baker, William M. Blessed Saint Certainty : 
a story. E. B. 249.27 

Baliantyne, Robert M. The giant of the 
North ; or, pokings round the Pole. Illus. 51.39 

S. E. 617.16 

Banvard, Joseph. Pioneers of the new world 
and the old French war. Illus. 218.8 

— Soldiers and patriots of the American revo- 
lution. Illus. 218.9 

Barbou, Alfred. Victor Hugo; his life and 
works. From the French. S. E. 211.14 

Barbour, George M. Florida for tourists, in- 



valids and settlers. 
Barrett, Benjamin 

Barrett, Lawrence, 
can actor series.] 



660.18; S. E. 331-11 
F. The golden city. 

S. B. 296.30 
Edwin Forrest. [Ameri- 

550.10; J. P. 1115.5 

S. E. 176.2g 



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Bartlett, John, compiler. See Shakespeare. 

Bellamy, Charles J. The Breton mills. A 
romance. [Knickerbocker novels.] S. E. 506.12 

Benjamin, Samuel G W. Our American ar- 
tists, [ist,] 2d ser. 2 v. Illus. 200.12 

Contents— \. W. H. Beard; A. F. Bellows; R. S. Gif- 
ford; W. M. Chase; S. R. Giftord; W. Shirlaw; J. J. Enne- 
king; T. W. Wood; S. Colman ; W. Thompson; G. L. 
Brown ; D. Neal. — 2. J. Larfag'e ; A. Quartley ; D. Hunting- 
ton; T.Hill; E. L. Weeks; J. W. Champney; G. Inness; 
J. S. Hartley; C. S. Reinhart; Lady illustrators; A. V. S. 
Anthony; Architecture. 

Benson, Eugene. Gaspara Stampa. With a 
selection from her sonnets, transl. by George 
Fleming [fseud. of Julia Fletcher]. S. E. 223.9 

Besant, Walter, and Rice, James. Sir Richard 
Whittington, lord mayor of London. [New 
Plutarch.] 1543-72 

Bird, Isabella L. The Hawaiian archipelago. 
Six months among the Sandwich Islands. With 
illus. S. E. 345-23 

Bjornson, Bjornstjerne. Arne. A sketch of 
Norwegian country life. Tr. from the Norwegian. 

No. 1 in 415.3 

— The happy boy. A tale of Norwegian 
peasant life. Tr. No. 2 in 415.3 

Blackie, John S. Lay sermons. S. E. 96.18 

Bloede, Gertrude. (^Stuart Sterne.') Giorgio 
and other poems. 1354.24 

Bloss, C. A. Heroines of the crusades. 1416.8 

Bonwick, James. Our nationalities. [Part i- 
4.] 4v. in I. 980.37 

Conttnts. — 1 . Who are the Irish ? — 2. Who are the Scotch ? 
— 3. Who are tlie Welsh ? — 4. Who are the English? 

Boyce, C. W. Electricity, with a study on 
electro-therapeutics. S. E. 134.26 

Boyesen, Hjalmar H. Qiieen Titania. 51.25 
S. B. 230.39; S.E. 488.12 

Contents. — Queen Titania; The mountain's face; A 
dangerous virtue. 

The story of Queen Titania was previously published in 
Scribner's Monthly, beginning Aug., 18S1. 

Brock-Arnold, George M. Gainsborough [and 
[Constable]. [Illus. biog. of the great artists.] 

1543-66 

Brook, Sarah, pseud. French history for Eng- 
lish children. With col. maps. J, P. 1026.10 

Sarah Brook is said to be a pseudonym adopted by a 
daughter of Sir Fitzjames Stephen. 

Brooke, Stopford A. Faith and freedom. 
[Sermons.] S. B. 298.45 

Brooks, Noah. The boy emigrants. With 
illus. S. E. 651. 1 

Previously published in St. Nicholas, beginning Nov., 
1875. 

Brooks, Phillips. The candle of the Lord and 
other sermons. J. P. 2034.10 ; S. B. 296.19 

8. E. 94.12 

Brown, Robert, ed. Science for all. Part 21. 
Illus. Bri. 127.87; E. B. 481. i 

Brugsch, Heinrich C, called Brugsch-Bey. 
The true story of the exodus of Israel. With a 
brief view of the history of monumental Egypt. 
Compiled from [his] work. Ed. by F. H. Under- 
"W'ood. E. B. 368.37 

Bryan, Mary E. Wild work ; the story of the 
Red river tragedy. S. E. 558.15 

A story of Southern life since the civil war. 

Bryant, John D. Pauline Seward. A tale of 
real life. S. E. 491.22 

Buckley, Arabella B. Life and her children. 
Glimpses of animal life from the amoeba to the 
insects. With illus. S. fi. 329.17 



Bulwer-Lytton, Edward G. E. L., lord Lytton. 

The coming race. \_Auon.} 1471.28 

A fiction concerning a people inhabiting the interior of 
the globe. 

— Harold, the last of the Saxon kings. 

S. E. 56322 

Bunce, Oliver B. Bachelor Bluff: his opinions, 

sentiments, and disputations. 51-23 

E. B. 299.77 ; S. B. 249.49 

Burke, S. J. For Mack's sake. [Juvenile.] 

Illus. S. B. 124.40 

Burnett, Frances H. Pretty Polly Pemberton. 

J. P. 626. n 

Burnham, Clara L. {Edith Douglas.) We 

Von Arldens. [Fiction.] Illus. 1416.5 

Burton, William E., ed. The cyclopaedia 01 

wit and humor. S. B. 41.4 

Bush, Annie F. Memoirs of the queens of 

France. By Mrs. Forbes Bush. 2 v. Portrs. 

J. P. 1236.H 

Butterworth, Hezekiah. Young folks' history 

of Boston. Illus. 222.10; E. B. 135.4 

J. P. 937-9; S. B. 159-23 ; S. E. 633.8 

— Zigzag journeys in Europe. Illus. 

E. B. 493.16.1 ; J. P. 212.22 

— Zigzag journeys in the Orient. The Adri- 
atic to the Baltic. Illus. 661.8; E. B. 493.16.3 

J. P. 212.23; S. B. 173-3; S. E. 650.12 

Calkins, Norman A. Manual of object-teach- 
ing, with illustrative lessons. 120.10 

Cambridge trifles; by the author of "A day of 
my life at Eton." 1899.4; Bri. ii3"io6 

Republished from the Cambridge [Eng.] review, iSSo-Si. 

Campbell, Loomis J. Handbook of English 
synotiyms, with appendix; also, a collection of 
foreign phrases. J, P. 1939.9 

Campbell, Loomis J., and Root, Oren,/?-. The 
Columbian speaker. 1393.21 ; J. P. 1825.13 

Campbell, Walter. The old forest ranger; or, 
wild sports of India. 1696.7 

Cantacuzene-Altieri, Olga, princess. Sabine's 
falsehood. Tr. bv Mary N. Sherwood. 1460.15 

A story of the time of the Franco- Prussian war. 

Carey, Rosa N. Nellie's memories. A novel. 

J. P. 626.13 

Carlyle, Thomas. Reminiscences. Ed. bvj. 
A. Froude. S. E. 189.4 

Cartwright, Julia M. Mantegna and Francia. 
Portrs. [Illus. biog. of the great artists.] 1543.68 

Cassell's Book of sports and pastimes. [Also 

Home pets, by Lewis Wright.] With illus. 

183.22; S. B. 327.14 

Castlemon, Harry, pseud. See Fosdick, 
Charles A. 

Catherwood, Mary H. Craque-o'-Doom. Illus. 

1460.23 

Craque-o'-Doom is the name of one of the characters in 
this story. 

Cav^, Marie £. Color. Tr. [Putnam's popular 
manuals.] J. P. 2326.13; S. B. 329.18 

Chadwick, John W. The man Jesus : lectures. 

S. B. 299.53 

Champlin, John D., Jr. The young folks' as- 
tronomy. Illus. S. B. 319.53 

— The young folks' cyclopzedia of common 
things. Illus. S. E., Ref. lib. 41 

— The young folks' cyclopaedia of persons and 
places. Illus. S. E., Ref. lib. 40 

— Young folks' history of the war for the 
Union. Illus. 210,9; J, P, 913.21 ; S. B. 157.36 

S. E. 634.32 



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Chandler, Zachariah. Zachariah Chandler: 
his life and public services. By the Detroit Post 
and Tribune. S. E. 174-8 

Chaplin, Jeremiah, compiler. Chips from the 
White house; or, selections from the speeches, 
[etc.] of all the presidents. S. E. 242.4 

Chequered career, A ; or fifteen years in Aus- 
tralia and New Zealand. 661.14 

Clark, Charles H. {Max Adder.) The fortu- 
nate island, and other stories. 51.40; J. P. 336.8 

Clark, Edmund. Bible lessons, for Sabbath- 
school concerts and anniversaries. J. 1*. 1516.3 

Clarke, James Freeman. Events and epochs 
in religious history; lectures in the ^owell insti- 
tute, 1880. 2101.16; S. E. 102.5 

Contents. — The catacombs; Buddhist m(-nks of Central 
Asia; Christian monks and monastic life ; Augustine, An- 
selm, Bernard, and their times; Jeanne D'Arc; Savonarc^la 
and the renaissance ; Luther ana the reformation ; Loyola 
and the Jesuits; Mystics in all religions; George Fox and 
the Quakers; The Huguenots; John Wesley and his times. 

Clay, Bertha M. Betvireen two loves. A novel . 
1461.7; S. B. 283.55 

Clemens, Samuel L. {Mark Tivain.) The 
prince and the pauper: a tale for young people 
of all ages. With illus. 50.10 

One of the characters in this entirely imaginary t.ale is 
Edward VL 

Clement, Clara E. Egypt. With illus. 940.10 

— Eleanor Maitland. A novel. 1711.24 

E. B. 299.80; J. P. 527.27; S. B. 270.61 
Cobbe, Frances P. The duties of women. 
Lectures. Bri. 1 15.107 

Coffin, Charles C. The boys of '61. 

S. B. 155.53; S. E. 247.11 
Collier, William F. A history of English 
literature, in a series of biographical sketches. 

Bri. 64.35 

Collins, Clifton W. Plato. [Ancient classics 

for English readers.] 1817.29 

Collins, Mortimer. Miranda ; a midsummer's 

madness. 3 v. 1470.19 

— Who is the heir? A novel. 1470.20 
Colvin, Sidney. Landor. [English men of 

letters.] E. E. 198.25 

Comstock, William T. Modern architectural 

designs and details. Plates. 200.4 

Furnishes plans for country houses at a moderate cost. 

Conscience, Hendrik or Henri. The conscript, 
and Blind Rosa. Two tales. S. E. 525-1 

— The fisherman's daughter. S. E. 525.2 
Conway, Moncure D. Carlyle. 1523.30 

— The wandering Jew. S. E. 89.20 
Conwell, Russell H. The life, speeches and 

public services of James A. Garfield. Illus. 

1522.22 
Conybeare, William J., and Howson, John S. 
The life and epistles of St. Paul. 3 v. Illus. 

J. P. 1512.3 
Cook, Clarence. The house beautiful. 

S. B. 322.16 

Cooke, Frances E. A boy's ideal ; or, the story 

of a great life. [Sir Thomas More.] 550.9 

Cooke, George Willis. Ralph Waldo Emerson : 

his life, writings, and philosophy. Portr. 1547.12 

Bri. 64.34 ; S. E. 167.30 

Coolidge, Susan, pseud. See Woolsey, S. C. 

Cornish, Francis W. Life of Oliver Cromwell. 

[Historical biographies.] 550-8 

Cory, Charles B. Southern rambles. Florida. 

By Owen Nox {^pseud.\ Illus. 660.16 

Bri. 66.79 



Cox, Sir George W. An introduction to the 
science of comparative mythology and folklore. 

2081.5; S. E. 89.10 

Cozzens, Frederic S. The sayings of Dr. 

Bushwhacker, and other learned men. S. E. 447.2 

Craik, GeorgianaM. Two women. [Fiction.] 

1416.7; J. P. 822.8; S. B. 286.32 

Craven, Pauline. A sister's story. Tr. 

S. E. 601.13 

Dahlgren, Madeleine V. South sea sketches. 
A narrative. 660.19; J. P. 1325.12 

Dall, Caroline W. H. My first holiday; or, 
letters home from Colorado, Utah, and Cali- 
fornia. 660.17; J. P. 1325. 11; S. B. 336.30 

S. E. 336.14 

Darwin, Charles R. The formation of vege- 
table mould, through the action of worms. 

1141.19; S. B. 315-36 

Davis, Jefferson. The rise and fall of the Con- 
federate government. 2 v. S. E. 246.6 

Davis, L. Clarke. A stranded ship : a story 
of sea and shore. . S. E. 647.3 

De Amicis, Edmondo. Constantinople. Tr. 

S. E. 374-2 

— Holland and its people. Tr. from the 
Italian. Illus. S. E. 367.22 

— Spain. Tr. from the Italian. Illus. 

J. P. 1434.7; S. E. 363.21 
A visit to Spain during the time Amadeus was king, be- 
tween 1S70 and 1873. 

— Studies of Paris. Tr. from the Italian. 

S. E. 362.9 

Contains a chapter on the exposition of 1878, also sketches 
of Hugo and Zoa. 

De Forest, John W. The bloody chasm. A 
novel. 1460.14; E. B. 299.75; J. P. 626.12 

iS. ii. 279.70; S. E. 455-7 
A story of the South since the civil war. 

De Forest, Julia B. A short history of art. 
Illus. 200.7; E. B. 355-2; S. B. 327.13 

Dewing, Maria R., formerly Miss Oakey. 
Beauty in dress. 183.18; S. E. 113-24 

Diaz, Abby M. King Grimalkum and Pus- 
syanita; or, the cats' Arabian nights. Illus. 

50.6 ; S. E. 642.32 

— Polly Cologne. Illus. 51-36 
Dick, William B., ed. Recitations and read- 
ings. No. 13. 1396.6. 13; E. B. 159.19 

Diman, J. Lewis. The theistic argument as 

affected by recent theories. Lectures at the 

Lowell institute. S. E. 100.25 

Dodge, Mary M. Hans Brinker; or, the 

silver skates. A story of life in Holland. Illus. 

E. B. 494.16; S. E. 632.4 

Dole, Nathan H. Young folks' history of 

Russia. Illus. 910.20; E. B. 137-39 ; S. B, 59.38 

S. E. 634.34 

Douglas, Edith, /5e«<f. See Burnham, Clara L. 

Drake, Samuel A. Around the Hub. A boys' 

book about Boston. Illus. 222.11 ; Bri. 86.70 

E. B. 494.12; J. P. 913-20; S. B. 337-23 

S. E. 633.6 
Du Boisgobey, Fortund. The lost casket. 
[Fiction.] Tr. S. E. 446.22 

Du Chaillu, Paul B. The land of the midnight 
sun. Summer and winter journeys through 
Sweden, Norway, Lapland and northern Fin- 
land. With map and illus. 2 v. 661.12 
E. B. 233.23; J. P. 1422.6; S.B. 363-13 
S. E. 371-3 



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Duffy, 5/V Charles G. Young Ireland. 1840-50. 

S. E. 260.23 

Dulles, John W. The ride through Palestine. 

Illus. S. B. 369-9 

Dunning, Mrs. A. K. Grace Avery's influence. 

Illus. 1460.20 

Dyer, Thomas F. T. Domestic folk-lore. 

1818.26 

Eaton, Dorman B. Civil service in Great 
Britain. 981.4 

Ebers, Georg M. Homo sum. A novel. 
From the German. E. B. 299.79 ; S. E. 487.27 

— Uarda. A romance of ancient Egypt. 
From the German. 2 v. E. B. 349-63 

Eddy, Daniel C. {Rupert Van JVeri.) Rip 
Van Winkle's travels in foreign lands. Illus. 

661. II 
Edgar, John G. History for boys : or, annals 
of the nations of modern Europe. Illus. 

S. B. 59-39 
Edwards, Eliezer. Words, facts, and phrases. 
A dictionary of curious, quaint, and out-of-the- 
way matters. Reading Room, A. 17 
Enchanted mirror, The. [Poem.] Illus. 343.15 
Encyclopaedia Britannica, The. 9th ed., Vol. 
13. Inf-Kant. E. B. R. R., I. i 
J. P. R. R.,E. 13; S. B. R. R. I 
S. E. Ref. lib. i 
Eucken, Rudolph. The fundamental con- 
cepts of modern philosophic thought. S. E. 107. i 
Ewing, Juliana H. Mrs. Overtheway's re- 
membrances. [Juvenile.] 51.22; £. B. 494.10 
J. P. 238.30; S. B. 139-51 

Contents. — Ida; Mrs. Moss; The snoring ghost; Reka 
Dom ; Kerguelen's land. 

— Six to sixteen. A story for girls. With 
illus. J. P. 237.24 

Farrar, Charles S. History of sculpture, paint- 
ing, and architecture. Topical lessons, with 
specific references to valuable books. 1201.13 

Farrar, Frederick W. Mercy and judgment. 

S. B. 298.41 

Fay, Amy. Music-study in Germany. 

S. £. 141-23 

Fenn, George M. The vicar's people. [Fic- 
tion.] [Trans-Atlantic novels.] 1711.23 
S. B. 270.63 ; S. E. 580.6 

Fields, James T. Biographical notes and 
sketches, with unpublished fragments and trib- 
utes. 591.6 ; S. E. 167.31 

Fisher, Frances C. ( Christian Reid. ) Car- 
men's inheritance. [Fiction.] S. E. 495-41 

— A daughter of Bohemia. A novel. 

S. E. 495-7 

— A question of honor. A novel. S. E. 495.40 
Fitzgerald, John F. V. Australia. Illus. 

Maps. [Foreign countries and British colonies.] 

660.8 

Fitzgerald, Percy. The life of George iv, 

with a view of his reign. E. B. 212.7 

Flanders, George T. Christ or Buddha.? A 

review of Edwin Arnold's poem : " The Light of 

Asia." S. E. 63.41 

Fleming, May A. A changed heart. A novel. 

51-24; E. B. 3i6.'2i; S. B. 144.60 

S. E. 548.2 

— The secret sorrow. [Fiction.] 61.41 

E. B. 299.76; S. B. 144-59 

Fletcher, Austin B. Advanced readings and 

recitations. S, B. 45.2 



Force, Manning F. From Fort Henry to 

CoHnth. [Campaigns of the civil war.] 220.3 

Fosdick, Charles A. {Harry Castlemon.) 

George at the wheel. [Roughing it ser.] 1417.2 

E. B. 29.113; J. P. 235.30; S. B. 118.36 

S. E. 622.4 

Fothergill, Jessie. Kith and kin. A novel. 

[Leisure hour ser.] 1491.1 ; E. B. 249.82 

S. B. 249.46 

— Made or marred and " One of three." Lpz. 

i4i6.6;J. P. 822.7; S. B. 285.2 

— "One of three" and Made or marred. 
[Leisure hour ser.] J. P. 418.8; S. £. 417.30 

Fowler, Thomas. Bacon. [English philoso- 
phers.] 1541.19 

Freeman, Edward A. Historical and archi- 
tectural sketches : chiefly Italian. With illus. 

S. E. 268.27 

— Sketches from the subject and neighbour 
lands of Venice. With illus. S. E. 268.28 

French, Harry W. Art and artists in Con- 
necticut. Illus. S. E. 138.2 

— Gems of genius. Famous painters and 
their pictures. With illus. S. E. 138.3 

— Nuna : the Bramin girl. [Fiction.] Illus. 

1475.11 ; E. B. 299.81 ; S. B. 149.56 

S. E. 549-12 

Froissart, 5/VJohn. The boy's Froissart. Ed. 

by S. Lanier. Illus. E. B. 187.18 

Fullerton, Lady Georgiana C. (L. G.) The 

life of Luisa de Carvajal. 1540.40; J. P. 822.9 

S. B. 69.37 
Luisa de Carvajal was a Spanish missionary. She died in 
London in 1614. 

Gagneur, M. L. A nihilist princess. Tr. 
from the French. S. E. 482.23 

Garfield, James A. Garfield's words. Com- 
piled by W. R. Balch. Portr. 1897.12 

S. E. 170.18 

— The poets' tributes to Garfield. The col- 
lection of poems written for the Boston Daily 
Globe, and many selections. With portr. and 
biog. 1523.29 

Garrett, Edward, /5ea<f. See Mayo, Isabella F. 
Geikie, (J.) Cunningham. The life and words 
of Christ. S. B. 293.10 

Georgians, The. [Round-robin ser.] 

S. E. 509-33 

This story is attributed to Mrs. E. H. Hammond. 
Gerson, Virginia. Little Dignity. Pictures 
and rhymes of olden times. 341.14 

Gibbon, Edward. The student's Gibbon. The 
history of the decline and fall of the Roman em- 
pire. Abridged by W. Smith. Bri. 76.75 

Gibson, William H. Camp life in the woods 
and the tricks of trapping and trap making. 
Illus. "75-33 

Gilbert, William S., and Sullivan, Arthur. 
Patience, or Bunthorne's bride. An aesthetic 
opera. 202.29 

Gilder, William H. Schwatka's search : sledg- 
ing in the Arctic in quest of the Franklin records. 
With maps and illus. 1705.10; S. B. 332.14 

S. E. 323-13 

Girls and their ways. By one who knows 
them. 1137.15 

Goodwin, J. H. Improved book-keeping and 
business manual. 131.6 

Gottschalk, Louis M. Notes of a pianist, 
during his professional tours in the United 
States, Canada, the Antilles, and South America. 
Tr. from the French. 1633.9; S« E. 176.15 



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Green, Anna K. A strange disappearance. 
[Knickerbocker novels.] S.E. 444.13 

— The sword of Damocles. A storj of New 
York life. E. B. 316.22 

Greey, Edward. Young Americans in Japan. 
Illus. 661.10 

Griffis, William E. Japanese fairy world. 
Stories from the wonder-lore of Japan. Illus. by 
Ozawa, of Tokio. S. B. 136.5 

Guest, M.J. Lectures on the history of England. 
With maps. S. B. 76.6 

Gustafson, Zadel B. Genevieve Ward. A 
biographical sketch. S. E. 176.32 

Haile, Ellen. Hazel-nut and her brothers. 

Illus. 50.7; S. E. 639.12 

Hale, Edward E. Stories of adventure told by 

adventurers. 660.15; E. B. 19.105; J. P. 937-8 

S. B. 159-47; S.E. 651.18 

Hale, Edward Everett, and Hale, Susan. A 

family flight through France, Germany, Norway 

and Switzerland. Illus. 661.13; Bri. 66.78 

E. B. 494.14; J. P. 1432.2; S. B. 363.12 

S. E. 352-2 
Hale, Lucretia P., compiler. The art of knit- 
ting. Illus. [Tilton's Needlework ser. No. 5.] 

183.23; S. B. 325-17 
Hardy, Thomas. A Laodicean. A tale of to- 
day. Illus. [Leisure hour ser.] 1456. 11 
E. B. 249.85; S. B. 249.53; S. E. 417-24 

Previously published in Harper's monthly, beginning 
Jan., 18S1. 

Harlan, Caleb. Elflora of the Susquehanna. 
A poem. Bri. 145. loi 

Harper, Thomas. The metaphysics of the 
School. 2 v. 891.6 

Harris, Amanda B., ed. Little folks' every 
day book. Illus. 1337.10 

Harrison, James A. Spain. [A history.] 
Illus. 910.18; E. B. 357.7; S. B. 76.2; S.E. 264.2 

Hartner, E. Severa. A novel. From the Ger- 
man, by Mrs. A. L. Wister. 1416. 11 ; E. B. 249.84 
J. P. 622.26; S. B. 216.45; S. E. 484-17 

Hassard, John R. G. A Pickwickian pilgrim- 
age. 1669.23 

See note in Bates Hall list. 

Hauff, Wilhelm. Little Mook, and other fairy 
tales. Illus. 1417-3; S. E. 641.35 

Haweis, Mrs. H. R. The art of decoration. 
With illus. S. E. 139.8 

Hayes, Isaac I. Pictures of Arctic travel. 
Greenland. S. K. 323.18 

Hayward, Almira L., ed. The illustrated 
birthday book of American poets. S. B. 250.38 

Heard, Franklin F. Oddities of the law. 

130.16 

Heath, Francis G. My garden wild and what 
I grew there. 173-18 

A town garden devoted to vi-ild flowers and ferns, exclud- 
ing florist's flowers. 

Heath, Richard F. Albrecht Diirer. Portrs. 
[Illus. biog. of the great artists.] 1543.67 

Hennequin, Alfred. Practical lessons in idio- 
matic French. S. E. 709.1 

Henry, Joseph. A memorial of Joseph Henry. 
Published by order of Congress. J. P. 1131.6 

Henty, G. A. The cornet of horse. A tale of 
Marlborough's wars. 1460.22 

Higginson, Thomas W. Common sense about 
women. 120.9 



Hillern, Wilhelmine von. By his own might. 
A romance. From the German. J. P. 622.25 

— Higher than the church. An art legend of 
ancient times. From the German. 1461.5 

— A twofold life. From the German. 

S. E. 487.24 
Hinsdale, Burke A. President Garfield and 
education ; Hiram College memorial. 1522.23 
Bri. 154-43; E. B. 158.43; J. P. 1115.8 
S. B. 167.29; S. E. 182.10 
History, The, of a ship from her cradle to her 
grave. With a short account of modern steam- 
ships and torpedoes. New ed. Illus. igo.6o 
Holmes, Mary J. Madeline. A novel. 470.28 
E. B. 328.22; J. P. 413.18 
S. B. 218.39 ; S. E. 523-14 
Holmes, Oliver W. Poetical works. 2 v. Portr. 
1343.21 ; S. B. 250.39 ; S. E. 52.40 
Homoselle. [Fiction.] [Round-robin ser.] 

E. B. 299.78; S. E. 509.29 

Hoppin, Augustus. {C. Auton.) Recollections 

of Auton house. A book for children. Illus. 51.37 

House, Edward H. Japanese episodes. 1669.24 

J. P. 1418.17; S. B. 360.8; S. E. 381.27 

Howard, Blanche W. Aunt Serena. [Fiction.] 

470.27 ; Bri. 43.100; E. B. 308.50 

J. P. 527-25; S. B. 240.46 

S. E. 509-14 

Howe, John B. The common sense, the 

mathematics, and the metaphysics of money. 

130.15 

Howells, William D. Doctor Breen's practice. 

A novel. 1456.12 ; Br i. 36.131 ; E. B. 316.24 

J. P. 623.24; S. B. 243.40; S. E. 416.30 

Previously published in the Atlantic monthly, beginning 
Aug., 1881. 

Hulme, F. Edward. Flower painting in water 
colours. Illus. J. P. 2322.6 

Huntington, Frederic D. Good talking a fine 
art. Bri. 101.135 

Irving, Fannie B. Six girls. A home story. 

1471.25; Bri. 36.132; E.B. 269.88 

J. P. 436.15; S. B. 240.54; S. E. 497-18 

Jackson, Catherine C, laJy. Old Paris, its 

court and literary salons. J. P. 1026.9 

Jackson, Helen M., formerly Mrs. Hunt. 

(H. H.) Mammy Tittleback and her family. 

A true story. With illus. 61.37; S. E. 668.8 

James, Henry, y>. The portrait of a lady. 

470.29; E. B. 316.23; J. P. 623.23 
S. B. 276.29; S. E. 459.17 

A story previously published in the Atlantic monthly, 
beginning Nov., 1880. 

Jennings, George H., and Johnstone, W. S., 

ed. Half-hours with Greek and Latin authors. 

From English translations. Bri. 115. 108 

J. P. 1613.4; S. E. 40.25 

Jewett, Sarah O. Country by-ways. 1825.35 

E. B. 349.64; S. E. 503-38 

John Barlow's ward. [Trans-Atlantic novels.] 

1442.1 ; S. E. 458.18 

Johnson, (E.) Rossiter. Phaeton Rogers. A 

novel of boy life. Illus. 61.43; E. B. 494.9 

J. P. 233.11 ; S. B. 114.64; S. E. 650.30 

Previously published in St. Nicholas, from Feb., iSSl. 

Johnston, Henry P. The Yorktown campaign 
and the surrender of Cornwallis, 1781. Illus. 

212.11; S. B. 155.52 



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Josselyn, Mrs. C. R. The south shore : or, 
" as the twig is bent the tree is inclined." [Ju- 
venile.] 1455.22; J. P. 233.13 

Judd, John W. Volcanoes : what thej are and 
what they teach. [Internat. scientific ser.] 1141.18 

Judson, Emilj C. Memoir of Sarah B. Judson 
of the American mission to Burmah. E. B. 119. 6 

Kane, James J. Adrift on the black wild 
tide. S. E. 104.24 

A statement of his yellow-fever experience. 

Keetels, Jean G. A child's illustrated first 
book in French. 2061.17; E. B. 275.3 

Kingsley, Charles. His letters and memories 
of his life. Ed. bj his wife. Abridged ed. 

154713; J. P. 822.11 ; S. B. 89.6 

Kingston, William H. G. Peter Trawl ; or, 

the adventures of a whaler. Illus. 1416.10 

E. B. 22.38; SB. 119.62 

Kirby, Mary, and Kirby, Elizabeth. Stories 
about birds of land and water. With illus. 173.17 

— The world at home ; or, pictures and scenes 
from far-off lands. Illus. S. B. 329.19 

Kluckhohn, August. Louisa, queen of Prussia. 

Tr. from the German. S. E. 224.17 

Knortz,Carl. Amerikanische Skizzen. 2012.21 

Knox, Thomas W. Adventures of two youths 

in a journey to Ceylon and India [etc.]. Illus. 

[The boy travellers in the far East. Part 3.] 

1661.12; E. B. 49415; J. P. 143317 
S. B. 132.6; S.E. 650.1 

Lamartine, Alphonse M. L. de. Genevieve : 
histoire d'une servante. 1066.23 

— Graziella. 2077.20 
Lanier, Sidney, ed. The boy's Mabinogion : 

Welch tales of King Arthur in the famous Red 

book of Hergest. Illus. 5I.32; E. B. 494.13 

J. P. 312. 1 ; S. B. 174.6 

Larcom, Lucy. Wild roses of Cape Ann, and 
other poems. S. B. 256.47 

Lasaulx, Amalie von, religious name Sister 
Augustine. Sister Augustine, superior of the 
sisters of charity at the St. Johannis hospital at 
Bonn. From the German. J. P. 1236.13 

Le Conte, Joseph. Sight; an exposition of 
monocular and binocular vision. [International 
scientific ser.] 1141.17 

Leighton, Robert F. A history of Rome. 

950.6; J. P. 1036. 1 

Leitch, Richard P. A course of painting in 
neutral tint. With plates. 200.8 

— A course of sepia painting. With plates. 

200.9 

— A course of water-color painting with col. 
plates. 1204.23 

Lesson, A, in love. [Round-robin ser.] 

S. E. 509-30 

Like a gentleman. [Fiction.] 1455.23 

E. B. 299.82; S. B. 14957; S. E. 581,20 

Locke, David R. {Petroleum V. Nasby.) 
Hannah Jane. [A poem.] Illus. 34i-i3 

Lodge, Henry C. A short history of the 
English colonies in America S. E. 234.11 

Lossing, Benson J. Harpers' popular cyclo- 
paedia of United States history, to 1876. Illus. 
2 V. " 241.6 

Lothrop, Harriet M. {Margaret Sidney.) Five 
little Peppers and how they grew. Illus. 51.27 

— So as by fire. [Juvenile.] Si-SO 
Ludlow, Johnny, pseud. See Wood, Ella P. 



Macalister, Alexander. Zoology. Rev. for 
America, by A. S. Packard, jr. 1154.13 

McCabe, James D. Our young folks abroad. 
Illus. 66i.g 

McCarthy, Justin. Donna Qiiixote. [Fiction.] 
1460.19; J. P. 822.6; S. B. 286.13 

McCook, Henry C. The honey ants of the 
Garden of the gods, and the Occident ants of the 
American plains. Illus. 171.18 

Mackenzie, R. America. A history. 210.10 

McLean, Sally P. Cape Cod folks. [6th ed.] 
Bri. 36.130; J. P. 623.27 

Macpherson, Gerardine. Memoirs of Anna 
Jameson. S. E. 198.13 

Macquoid, Thomas and Katharine. Pictures 
and legends from Normandy and Brittan>'. With 
illus. 1667.28; S. E. 360.29 

Markham, Richard. On the edge of winter. 
[Juvenile.] Illus. 5013; S. B. 133.21 

A Thanksgfiving at Rn old farm house in the Hudson 
Highlands, with some stories and ballads of the early days 
of this country. 

Martin, Henry N. The human body. [Ameri- 
can science ser.J E. B. 386.31 
Mason, Frank H. The life and public services 
of James A. Garfield. J. P. 11 15.6 
Massachusetts. Bureau of statistics of labor. 
Industrial conciliation and arbitration. Com- 
piled by C. D. Wright. 130.18; Bri. 117. 151 
E. B. 201.16; J. P. 913.22; S. B. 206.7 
S. E. 237.7 
Masson, David. De Quince}'. [English men 
of letters.] 1543.74; S. E. 189.23 
Mateaux, Clara L. The wonderland of work. 
200.11 ; Bri. 127.98; E. B. 381.2 
J. P. 2422.3; S. B. 32110; S. E. 666.1 

Illustrated chapters on curious mechanical and manu- 
facturing industries. 

Mathews, Joanna H. Bessie Bradford's secret. 
[Juvenile.] 50.8; S. E. 653.27 

Mathews, Margaret H. Dr. Gilbert's daughters : 
a story for girls. 51.28; Bri. 36.128 

Mathews, William. Literary style, and other 
essays. E. B. 203.41 

Matthews, J. Brander. French dramatists of 
the 19th century. 1365.18 

Mayo, Isabella F. {Ed-ward Garrett.) Family 
fortunes. A domestic storj'. 1416.4 

Merrill, Selah. East of the Jordan. A record 
of travel and observation in Moab, Gilead and 
Bashan, during 1875-77. 1691.8 

Meusnier, Georges. {Karl Robert.) Charcoal 
drawing without a master. Tr. Illus. 202.30 

Michelet, Jules. The sea. Illus. 141.8 

Mill, John Stuart. On liberty. The subjection 
of women. S. B. 314.32 

Milner, George. Country pleasures, the 
chronicle of a year chiefly in a garden [in Lan- 
cashire]. 173.19; S. B. 340.25; S. E. 358.25 

Miot, Andr^ F., comte de Melito. Memoirs. 
Ed. by General Fleischmann. From the French. 

581.5 

MoUett, John W. Sir David Wilkie. Portr. 
[Illus. biog. of the great artists.] 1543.69 

Monroe, Lewis B., ed. Young folks' readings 
for social and public entertainment. E. B. 22.42 

Moore, Clara J. {Mrs. H. O. Ward.) Sensible 
etiquette of the best socitey. Bri. 115.106 

Morley, John. The life of Richard Cobden. 
Portr. 5915; S. B. 61.23 

Morris, George S. British thought and think- 
ers. J. P. 1236.10 



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Morselli, Henry. Suicide : an essay on com- 
parative moral statistics. [The international 
scientific sen] I30-I7; S. E. 106.5 

Mother Goose's melodies. With illus. in 
color. S. E. 639.1 

Murray, David C. Joseph's coat. [Trans- 
Atlantic novels.] 1455.26; S. E. 580.4 

Musical blossoms ; collection of marches, etc. 
For the piano-forte. J. P. 2311.4 

My wife and my vifife's sister. [No naine ser.] 

1417.1; E. B. 249.83; J. P. 417.13 

S. B. 2403.28; S. E. 579.1 

Said to be by Miss K. P. Wormeley. The scene is in 
Parisi.'»n society after the French revolution. 

Neale, William J. The lost ship ; or, the At- 
lantic steamer. 50.11 

Needell, Mrs. John H. Julian Karslake's se- 
cret. A novel. 1455.24; S. E. 605.10 

Neison, Adrian. Practical boat building for 
amateurs. Illus. i90-59 

Newman, Mrs. — . With costs. A novel. 

Bri, 38.206 

New York illustrated. S. B. 331.19 

Nichols, Laura D. Underfoot; or, what Harry 
and Nelly learned of the earth's treasures. A 
sequel to Overhead. Illus. 51-38 

Nicolay, John G. The outbreak of rebellion. 
[Campaigns of the civil war.] 220.2 

S. B. 158.38 

Nordhoff, Charles. Stories of the island 
world. Illus. S. B. 179-31 

Contents. — Madagascar, Java, Iceland, Ceylon, New 
Zealand. 

Nox, Owen, pseud. See Cory, Charles B. 

Oliphant, Margaret O. W. Harry Joscelyn. 
[Fiction.] 1475.12; J. P. 822.10; S. B. i40-74 

Oliver, Marie. Old and new friends ; or, the 
story of Ruby's daughters. Illus. E. B. 304.10 

Oliver Optic, pseud. See Adams, William T. 

Osmun, Thomas E. {Alfred Ay res.) The 
verbalist: a manual devoted to brief discussions 
of the right and the wrong use of words. 1406.13 

Ott€, filise E. Denmark and Iceland. [For- 
eign countries and British colonies.] 660.20 

Our little ones : illustrated stories and poems 

for little people. W. T. Adams, ed. [Vol. i.] 

With illus. 860.15 ; E. B. 483.1 ; J. P. 212.21 

S. B. 133-45 ; S. E. 614.25 

Paddock, Cornelia. The fate of Madame La 
Tour. A tale of Great Salt Lake. 

S. B. 249.50 ; S. E. 508.24 

Page, C. E. How we fed the baby. 1173.27 

Palmer, Lynde, pseud. See Peebles, Mary L. 

PBtxisy, pseud. See Alden. Isabella M. 

Patty's perversities. [Fiction.] [Round- 
robin ser.] Bri. 43-98; S. E. 509-3i 

Peebles, MaryL. {Lynde Palmer.) Jeannette's 

cisterns. [Juvenile.] 54-32 ; E. B. 494-^7 

J. P. 436.16; S. E. 130-28 

Peirce, Benjamin. Ideality in the physical 
sciences. Portr. J. P. 2014. i 

Percy, John. Metallurgy. Rev. ed. J. P. 2012.7 

Phelps, Elizabeth S. Friends : a duet. 

E. B. 299.84 

Phillimore, Catherine M. Fra Angelico [and 
the early Florentine painters of the 15th cen- 
tury.] [Illus. biog. of the great artists.] 1543-71 

Pierson, Hamilton W. In the Brush ; or, old- 
time life in the Southwest. 1626.4 

The author was a Circuit rider. 



Pittenger, William. Capturing a locomotive : 
a history of secret service in the late war. 275.13 

Plympton, A. G. The glad year round. For 
boys and girls. Illus. 341-11 ; S. E. 639.28 

Poole, DeWitt C. Among the Sioux of Dakota 
as an Indian agent. 210.8 

Poole, Stanley L. Egypt. [Foreign countries 
and British colonies.] 660.7 

Pope, Alexander. Poetical works. Ed. byH. 
F. Cary. S. E. 60.10 

Poynter, E. Francis. Among the hills. [Fic- 
tion.] [Leisure hour sen] S. E. 418.34 

Pratt, Ella. How two girls tried farming. 
Illus. J. P. 335-14 

Privat-Deschanel, Augustin. Elementary 
treatise on natural philosophy. Tr. Bri. 128.65 

Pulling, Frederic S. Sir Joshua Reynolds. 
[Illus. biog. of the great artists.] 1543-58 

Quackenbos, John D. Illustrated history of 
ancient literature. S. B. 38.31 

Rae, William F. Newfoundland to Manitoba, 
through Canada's provinces. 1648.18 

Rand, Edward A. All aboard for sunrise lands. 
A trip through California, across the Pacific to 
Japan, China, and Australia. -Illus. 661.7 

Rees, Janet E. R. Home decoration : art 
needle-work and embroidery; painting on silk 
[etc.]. Illus. [Appletons' home books.] 1201.15 

Reid, Christian, pseud. See Fisher, Frances C. 

R^musat, Claire £. J. G. (de Vergennes). A 
selection from the letters of Madame de R^mu- 
sat to her husband and son, from 1804 to 1813. 
From the French. J. P. 1236.12 

Robert, Karl, pseud. See Meusnier, Georges. 

Roberts, Margaret. France. By the author 
of "The atelier du Lys,"etc. [Foreign countries 
and British colonies.] 66o.g 

Robinson, Harriet H. Massachusetts in the 
woman suffrage movement. 1774 to 1881. 120.8 

Robinson, John. Ferns in their homes and 
ours. 1163.13 

Roe, Edward P. Without a home. [Fiction.] 

1416.1; E. B. 264.17 ; J. P. 512.2 

S. B. 278.19; S. E. 579-20 

Ropes, John C. The army under Pope. 
Maps. [Campaigns of the civil wan] 220.5 

Roscoe, William. The life of Lorenzo de' 
Medici, called the magnificent. Bri. 55-^^7 

Rosemary and Rue. [Round-robin sen] 

1454.7 ; J» P. 526.7 ; S. B. 24oa.5i 
S. E. 509-32 

Scene partly in Rhode Island during- the revolution. 

Rossetti, Christina G. A pageant and other 
poems. 1342-8 

In this pageant the months are personified by boys and 
girls. 

Rousselet, (T.) Louis. The two cabin boys. 
With illus. 61.44; E. B. 494-7; J. P* 522.20 

S. B. 114.60 

Rowbotham, Thomas. The art of sketching 
from nature. With illus. [Putnam's art hand- 
books.] J. P. 2327.18 

Rowe, A. D. Every-day life in India. 1696.6 

Rutherford, Mark. The autobiography of 
Mark Rutherford, dissenting minister. Ed. by 
Reuben Shapcott. 1815.16 

Rydberg, Viktor. Roman days. From the 
Swedish. With a sketch of Rydberg. 1668.13 

Contents. ^Thc Roman emperors in marble; Antique 
statues; Roman traditions of Peter and Paul; Pencil 
sketches in Rome. 



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S., M. E. W. Home amusements. [Apple- 
tons' home books.] 1201.14 

Sands, J. Frank Powderhorn. A story of 
adventure in Buenos Ayres and Patagonia. 

1461.2 ; J. P. 522.21 

Sardou, Alfred. The French language self- 
taught. 2061.18 

Sargent, Mary E., ed. Sketches and reminis- 
cences of the Radical club of Chestnut street, 
Boston. lUus. S. E. 85.10 

Scott, Leader. Fra Bartolommeo [and Mari- 
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artists.] 1543-73 

Scott, William B. The little masters. [Illus. 
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Scudder, Horace E., ed. The children's book. 
A collection of the best stories and poems in the 
English language. With illus. 50.4; S. E. 650.20 

— Seven little people and their friends. Illus. 

S.E. 641.8 
Shakespeare, William. Antony and Cleo- 
patra. Ed. by Wm. J. Rolfe. 1392.15 

— Certain selected plays abridged for the use 
of the young. By S. Brandram. 1392.21 

Contents. — The Merchant of Venice ; Romeo and Juliet; 
Midsummer night's dream; Much ado about nothing-; 
Twelfth night; As you like it; Hamlet; Macbeth; The 
tempest. 

" The more important passages only are given, the other 
parts being supplied by short narratives." Preface. 

— A midsummer night's dream ; As you like 
it; Julius Czesar. Ed. by Robert R. Raymond. 
Illus. [Shakespeare for the young folk.] 391.6 

— The Shakespeare phrase book. By J. Bart- 
lett. S. E. 76.8 

Shaw, Flora L. Hector. A story. 1416.3 

J. P. 427-7 ; S. B. 139-52 

Shepard, William. Authors and authorship. 

1406.14; E. B. 209.14; S. B. 39.45 

S. E. 14.21 

Short, John T. The North Americans of 

antiquity. S. E. 342.12 

Sidney, Margaret, pseud. See Lothrop, H.M. 

Sikes, Wirt. Studies of assassination, 910.19 

Written after the assassination of the Czar Alexander 11. 

Simmonds, Peter L,. The commercial prod- 
ucts of the sea. S. B. 318.22 

Smith, Eliza W. Myths and idyls. Stories 
and dialogues, in prose and verse. 1825.34 

Smith, George IB. The life and speeches of 
John Bright. 581.4 

Abstracts of the speeches only are given, with parts 
of a few verbatim as delivered. 

Speaker's garland, The. Vol. 4. 100 choice 
selections, Nos. 13-16 S. E. 38.13 

Spurr, George G. The land of gold. [Cali- 
fornia.] A tale of '49. 1711.22; E. B. 95.17 

S. E. 336.15 

Stables, Gordon. Wild adventures in wild 
places. Illus. 50.9 

Stanley, Arthur P. Thoughts that breathe. 
SeTected by E. E. Brown. J. P. 1614.1 

Stark, James H. Illustrated history of 
Boston harbor. S, B. 339.17 

Steele, James W. Cuban sketches. 1637.19 

S. E. 344-13 

Stephens, Charles A. The Knockabout 
club in the woods. [Maine and Canada.] 
nius. 50.5; E, B. 494.11; J. P. 1432.1 

S. B. 215.30 

Stephens, Frederick G. Sir Edwin Landseer. 
[Illqs. biog. of the gr^fvt artists.] 1543-57 



Sterne, Stuart, pseud. See Bloede, Gertrude. 

Stewart, Balfour. Phj'sics. 1 144.15 

Stockton, Frank R. The floating prince and 

other fairy tales. Illus. 51-31 ', S. E. 647.9 

— Round-about rambles. S. E. 647,7 

— Tales out of school. 61,38; S. E. 647,8 
Stoddard, Willjam O. Dab Kinzer. A story 

of a growing boy. Bri. 43.99 

— Esau Hardery. A novel of American life. 

1461,3 ; Bri. 36,129 ; E. B. 296.2 
S. B. 283.2a 

— The heart of it. A romance of East and 
West. [Knickerbocker novels.] S. E. 506,9 

— The quartet. J. P. 233.12 
A sequel to Dab Kinzer, 

Stowe, Edwin. Velasquez. [Illus. biog. of 
the great artists.] ^543-56 

Sweet, Frank. Sparkling jewels for Sunday- 
school concerts. [With musical accompani- 
ments.] 2096.24 

Swinburne, Algernon C. Mary Stuart. A 
tragedy. 1354-25 

Symington, Andrew J. William Wordsworth : 
with selections. 2 v. 550.20; S. E. 205.9 

Talbot, Charles R. The story of Honor 
Bright. S. E. 654.25 

Ta.\co\\.,yi.. ^., formerly Mrs. Goodzvin. Dr. 
Howell's family. [Fiction.] J. P. 527.26 

Taylor, Bayard. Home ballads. With illus. 

S. E. 56.9 

Taylor, Meadows. Tippoo Sultaun ; a tale of 
the Mysore war. 1470.21 

Taylor, William M. Paul the missionary. 
Illus. J. P. 1614.2 

Thayer, William M. From log-cabin to the 

White house : life of J. A. Garfield. E. B. 199.14 

J. P. 1114.2; S. B. 168.41; S. E. 182.12' 

Timayenis, T. T. A history of Greece to 
[1880I. 2v. S. E. 272.2 

Tincker, Mary A. Grapes and thorr.s. [Fic- 
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Tissot, Victor, and Am^ro, Constant. The 
exiles. A Russian stor}'. S. B. 149.32 

Tourgee, Albion W. A royal gentleman, and 
'Zouri's Christmas. 1711.21 

A royal gentleman was originally published in 1874, 
under the title of Toinette. The scene is laid in the South 
before and during the Civil war, so that it precedes chrono- 
logically the author's otlier works. 

Towle, George M. Ralegh : his exploits and 

voyages. Illus. [Young folks' heroes of history.] 

1540.33 ; Bri. 82.69 ; E. B. 137-38 

J. P. 1017.17; S. B. 159.40; S. E. 636.14 

Townsend, Luther T. The art of speech. 2 v. 

1406.12 
Townsend, Virginia F. Lenox Dare. [Fic- 
tion.] J, P. 623.25 

— A woman's word. J. P. 623.26 
Treadwell, John H. Martin Luther and his 

work. Portr. [New Plutarch.] 1541.20 

Trench, Richard C Supine's Trench on 

words. E. B. 158.4a 

TroUope, Anthony. Ayala's angel. [Fiction.] 

Lpz. 1460.18; J, P, 822.5; S« B. 280a. 23 

— Same. N. Y. J. P. 431.16 
Trowbridge, John T. A home idyl, and other ' 

poems. 1351-3 

— The pocket-rifle. [Juvenile.] Illus. 61.42 

Bri. 23.138; E. B. 249,81 

J. P. 223.25; S. B. 114-53; S. E. 6295.21 

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Tyler, Katharine E. The story of a Scandi- 
navian summer. 1665.18; S. E. 37i'4 

Tyler, Moses C. A history of American litera- 
ture. 1607-1765. 2 V. 391-5 

United States. Commissioners to the Paris 
universal exposition, 1878. Reports. Vol. i, 
3, 4, 5. Illus. J. P. 1912.3 

Vago, A. L. Instructions in the art of model- 
ing in clay. 200.10 
Valentine, Mrs, Shakspearian tales in verse. 
341.12; S. B. 251.18 

Four plays selected, and illustrated by large colored 
plates. 

Vandegrift, Margaret. Under the dog-star. 
For boys and girls. Illus. 50.12 

Van Wert, Rupert, pseud. See Eddy, Daniel C. 

Vernej Jules. The exploration of the world. 
The great explorers of the nineteenth century. 
Tr. from the French. Illus. 1662.11 

— The giant raft. (Part i.) Eight hundred 
leagues on the Amazon. Tr. Illus. 1455.25 

Bri. 114.111; E. B. 299.83; J. P. 512.3 
S. B. 334-13 ; S. E. 630.16 

A translation of La Jangada, published in the Magasin 
d'education et de recreation, in :S8i. This magazine can be 
found in Bates Hall [7290a.so.33]. 

Vincent, Frank, jr. Norsk, Lapp, and Finn. 

S. E. 371.2 

Walford, Lucy B. Troublesome daughters. 
[Fiction.] 1454-8; J. P. 822.13 ; S. B. 140.67 

\Vard, Mrs. H. O., pseud. See Moore, Clara J. 

Warner, Charles D. Captain John Smith (1579- 
1631). [Lives of American vs^orthies.] 1526.25 

— Washington Irving. [American men of 
letters.] S. E. 153-29 

Warner, Susan. The letter of credit. [Fic- 
tion.] 51.26; J. P. 622.24; S. B. 228.35 

S. E. 415-15 

Warren, Henry. An artistic treatise on the 
human figure. [Putnam's art hand-books.] 

S. B. 320.8 

Watson, Henry C The old bell of indepen- 
dence; or, Philadelphia in 1776. 1416.9 

After\vards published with the title " Noble deeds of our 
forefathers." 

Webb, Alexander S. The Peninsula. Mc- 
Clellan's campaign of 1862. [Campaigns of 

the civil war.] 220.4 

Wheeler, William A. Who wrote it.-* An 
index to the authorship of the more noted works 
in ancient and modern literature. Ed. by C G. 
Wheeler. 1404.24 



White, Charles A. The student's mythology. 

S. B. 35-28 

White, Richard G. England without and 

within. Bri. 64.36; J. P. 1434.8; S. E. 355.3 

Whitney, Adelaide D. T. The other girls. 

[Fiction.] S. E. 502.26 

Williams, Alfred M. The poets and poetry of 

Ireland. 1354-23 

Winchell, Alexander. Preadamites ; or, a 

demonstration of the existence of men before 

Adam. S. E. 124.13 

Winsor, Justin, ed. The memorial history of 

Boston. Vol. 3. The revolutionary period ; The 

last hundred years. Pt. i. Bri, 88.42 

E. B., H. 2; J. P. 921.9; S. B. 152.24 

S. E. 237.11 

Winter, William. The Jeffersons. With illus. 

[American actor sen] 550.ii ; J. P. 1115.7 

S. B. 68.45 ; S. E. 176.30 

Gives information about early dramatic matters in this 
country. 

W^ise, Daniel. ThornclifFe hall. [Juvenile.] 

[Winwood cliff ser.] 61.40; Bri. 41.144 

E. B. 13-35; J. P. 227.10; S. B. 126.34 

S. E. 652.33 

Wood, Ella P. Anne and other tales. By 

Johnny Ludlow [pseud.']. 1460.17; J. P. 822.4 

S. B. 287.55 
Woodbury, J. H. How I found it. North and 
South. With Mary's statement. [Anon.] 

E. B. 283.36 
Woods, Kate T. Doctor Dick. Illus. 1461.6 

S. E. 659.3 

Woolsey, Sarah C. {Susan Coolidge.) Cross 

Patch, and other stories. Adapted from the 

myths of Mother Goose. With illus. 1460.16 

E. B. 494.8 ; J. P. 237.23 ; S. B. 137-27 

S. E. 656.16 

Worboise, EmmaJ. The wife's trials. A tale. 

51.34 

World, A, of wonders ; or, marvels in nature. 

Illus. 171-17; Bri. 127.97; E. B. 381.21 

J. P. 1933-20; S. B. 317-45; S. E. 125.2 

Yonge, Charlotte M. The little duke ; Richard 
the fearless. Illus. Boston. 1451.11 

— The little duke. Ben Sylvester's word. 
Lpz. 55-10.5 

— The prince and the page. A story of the 
last crusade. 1451.10 

— Same. (/« The Danvers papers.) 490-41 
Young, Charles A. The sun. With illus. 

[International scientific sen] IX43'2 



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Recent publications, etc. 



Adams, William T. (^Oliver Optic.) Up the 
river. 1126.19 

Adamson, Robert. Fichte. [Philosophical 
classics for English readers.] 7335-6 

Ainsworth, William H. Stanley Brereton. 

2318.23 

Alden, William L. The cruise of the " Ghost." 
[Juvenile.] Illus. 1118.23 

Alger, Horatio, yr. From canal boy to presi- 
dent; or, .the boyhood and manhood of J. A. 
Garfield. Illus. 1017.7 

Andrews, William. Punishments in the olden 
time. 5925.14 

Anicetus, pseud. See Clark, William A. 

Armstrong's Primer of United States history. 

618.19; 50375 

Babcock, Emma W. Household hints. [Ap- 
pletons' home books.] 1725.8 

Barbour, G. M. Florida for tourists, invalids, 
and settlers. 435-22 

Barrett, Lawrence. Edwin Forrest. [Ameri- 
can actor ser.] 1033. i 

Baur, Ferdinand C. Die christliche Kirche des 
Mittelalters. 2023.2 

Beard, George M. American nervousness. 

6035.19 

Billings, John D. The history of the Tenth 
Massachusetts battery of light artillery, 1862-65. 
Portrs. Illus. 833.8 

Blackie, John S. Lay sermons. 7384.12 

Boston. Memorial of the dedication of the 
Public Latin and English high school-house. 
With a description. 5024.11 

Boyesen, Hjalmar H. Queen Titania. 2423.2 

Brook, Sarah, pseud. French history for Eng- 
lish children. With col. maps. 623.17 

Brooks, Phillips. The candle of the Lord 
and other sermons. 21 14.7 

Brown, Robert, ed. Science for all. 4 v. 
Illus. 6630.4 

Browning, Robert. Aristophanes' apology : 
including a transcript from Euripides. 5638.6 

— Balaustion's adventure : including a tran- 
script from Euripides. 5638.10 

— The inn album. 5638.9 

— Pacchiarotto : with other poems. 5638.7 

— Poems [and dramas]. 2 v. 5638.12 

— The ring and the book. 2 v. 5638.11 

— Sordello, Strafford, Christmas-eve and 
Easter-day. 5638.8 

Bruce, Wallace. The Hudson. [Poems.] 1622.4 

Butterworth, Hezekiah. Young folks' history 

of Boston. Illus. 615.23 

— Zigzag journeys in the Orient. The Adriatic 
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Carleton,Will. Farm festivals. [Poems.] 1621.5 
Chadwick, John W. The man Jesus. 7386.24 
" Children busy, children glad, children 

naughty, children sad." Pictures by T. Pym. 

Stories by L. C. 7417-2 



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Church, Florence, formerly Miss Afarryat. A 
lucky disappointment. 2410.16 

Clark, William A. {Anicetus.) Our modern 
Athens. A poem. 1623.13 

Clarke, James Freeman. Events and epochs 
in religious history. 7383.8 

See Bates Hall list for contents. 

Clement, Clara E. Egypt. With illus. 7365.6 

— Eleanor Maitland. A novel. 2423.5 
Coffin, Charles C. The boys of '61. 612.18 
Colvin, Sidney. Landor. [English men of 

letters.] 1023.22 

Conwell, Russell H. The life, speeches, and 
public services of James A. Garfield. 1015.20 

Coolidge, ^u?,3.n, pseud. See Woolsey, SarahC. 

Cox, Sir George W. An introduction to com- 
parative mytholog}- and folklore. 1924.5 

Craik, Georgiana M. Two women. 2318.20 

Dall, Caroline W. H. My first holiday; or, let- 
ters from Colorado, Utah, and California. 413.16 

Darwin, Charles R. The formation of vege- 
table mould, through the action of worms. 6615. 11 

De Forest, John W. The bloody chasm. 2413.27 

A story of the South since the civil war. 

Diman, Jeremiah Lewis. Orations and essays : 
with selected parish sermons. 5826.21 

Disraeli, Benjamin, earl of Bcaconsfield. Wit 
and wisdom of Benjamin Disraeli. 5637.16 

Dole, Nathan H. Young folks' history of 
Russia. Illus. 625.9 

Drake, Samuel A. Around the Hub. A boys' 
book about Boston. Illus. 834-3 

Du Chaillu, Paul B. The land of the mid- 
night sun. Journeys through Sweden, Norway, 
Lapland and northern Finland. Illus. 2 v. 431. 11 

Duet gems. A selected collection of music 
arranged for four hands. 1630.17 

Easy lessons for learning French. 2018.9 

Edwards, Eliezer. Words, facts, and phrases. 
A dictionary of curious matters. R.R..G.3.2 

Eidlitz, Leopold. The nature and function of 
art, more especially of architecture. 6221.10 

Ewing, Juliana H. Mrs. Overtheway's remem- 
brances. [Juvenile.] 1136.12 

Falke, Jakob von. Greece and Rome : their 
life and art. Tr. Illus. ♦6230.13 

Fenn, George M. The vicar's people. 2423.7 

Fergusson, James. History of Indian and 
Eastern architecture. Illus. 6222.3 

Feudge, Fannie R. India. [History.] 625.15 

Fields, James T. Ballads and other verses. 

1616.26 

Fleming, May A. A changed heart. 2412.23 

— The secret sorrow. 2412.22 
Forbes-Robertson, John. The great painters 

of Christendom. Illus. *6230. 14 

Fosdick, Charles A. {Harry Castlemon.) 

George at the wheel. 1x36.13 



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Foster, Michael. A text-book of physiology. 
With illus. 5th ed. 6035.20 

Fothergill, Jessie. Kith and kin. A novel. 
[Leisure hour ser.J 2423.6 

— Made or marred and " One of three." 2318.21 
Freeman, Edward A. Sketches from the sub- 
ject and neighbour lands of Venice. 5524.10 

French, Henry W. Nuna : the Bramin girl. 
[Fiction.] 2423 9 

Fullerton, Lady Georgiana C. (L. G.) The life 
of Luisa de Carvajal. 1028.16 

Garfield, James A. Garfield's words. 1017.6 

— The poets' tributes to Garfield. Poems 
written for the Daily globe, and selections. With 
biog. 1625.28 

Garrett, Edward, ^5<?«(/. Sec Mayo, Isabella F. 

Gilmore, James R. {Edmund Kirke.) The 
life of J. A Garfield. With extracts. 5231.2 

Godet, Fr^d^ric. Lectures in defence of the 
Christian faith. Tr. 6337.12 

Graham, Wm. The creed of science. 5834.15 

Green, Samuel A. A centennial address, June 7, 
1881, before the Massachusetts medical society. 

6032.7 

Greey, Edward. Young Americans in Japan. 
Illus. 432- 15 

Hale, Edward E. Stories of adventure told by 
adventurers. 618. 11 

Hale, Edward E., and Hale, Susan. A family 
flight through France, Germany, Norway, and 
Switzerland. Illus. 432.16; 5910.10 

Hardy, Thomas. A Laodicean. [Leisure hour 
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Harrison, James A. Spain. [A history.] 625.8 

Hartner, E. Severa. A novel. From the 
German, by Mrs. A. L. Wister. 2423.8 

Higginson, Thomas W. Common sense about 
women. 5226.3 

Hinsdale, Burke A. President Garfield, and 
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Holmes, Mary J. Madeline. A novel. 2423.4 

Hoist, Hermann von. The constitutional and 
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1846-1850. Annexation of Texas — Compromise 
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House, Edward H. Japanese episodes. 638.2 

Howard, Blanche W. Aunt Serena. 2423.3 

Howells, William D. Doctor Breen's practice. 
A novel. , 2422.3 

Irving, Fannie B. Six girls. A home story. 

1126.21 

Jackson, Helen (M.). (H. H.) Mammy Tittle- 
back and her family. 11 14. 11 

James, Henry,yr. The portrait of a lady. 

2422.2 

Jewett, Sarah O. Country by-ways. 119.26 

Johnson (E.) Rossiter. Phaeton Rogers. A 
novel of boy life. Illus. 931.22 

Kant, Immanuel. Text book to Kant. The 
Critique of pure reason. Translation, reproduc- 
tion, commentary, index. With biog. sketch, 
by J. H. Stirling. 5831.10 

KingslSy, Charles. His letters and memories 
of his life. Ed. by his wife. Abridged ed. 1028.17 

— Out of the deep : words for the sorrowful. 
From [his] writings. 5835.21 

Kingston, William H. G. Peter Trawl ; or, 
the adventures of a whaler. Illus. 93I-23 

Kirke, Edmund, pseud. See Gilmore, James R. 

Knox, Thomas W. Adventures of two youths 
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Lanier, Sidney, ed. The Boy's Mabinogion : 
Welsh tales of King Arthur in the famous Red 
book of Hergest. Illus. 834.4 

Le Bas, Philippe. France. Annales his- 
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7212.3 

— France. Dictionnaire encyclopddique. T. 
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Liddon, Henry P. Sermons to the people. 
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Like a gentleman. [Fiction.] 2423.10 

Lossing, Benson J. Harpers' popular cyclo- 
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R.R.,G.3.t 

Lowell, James R. . Among my books, [ist] 
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Ludlow, Johnny, pseud. See Wood, Ella P. 
Ludlow, Park. Once in fun, twice in earnest; 

or, Nick Hardy. Illus. 11 15.14 

McCarthy, Justin. Donna Quixote. 2318.19 
McClintock, John, and Strong, James. Cyclo- 
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Mackenzie, Robert. The 19th century. A 
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McLaughlin, M. Louise. China painting. 

1517.29 
Markham, Richard. Aboard the Mavis. 434.17 
Massachusetts. Bureau of statistics of labor. 
Industrial conciliation and arbitration. Com- 
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Masson, David. De Quincey. [English men 
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Mat^aux, Clara L. The wonderland of work. 
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Mayo, Isabella F. Family fortunes. 2422.1 
Merrill, Selah. East of the Jordan. A record 
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2414.5 

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Peebles, Mary L. {Lynde Palmer.) Jean- 
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Percy, John. The metallurgy of lead, includ- 
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Phelps, Austin. The theory of preaching : 
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Poole, DeWitt C. Among the Sioux of 
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Porter, Noah. Books and reading. With ap- 
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Rand, Edward A. All aboard for sunrise lands. 
A trip through California, across the Pacific to 
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Rees, Janet E. R. Home decoration : art needle- 
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Rimmer, William. Elements of design. Illus. 

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Roe, Edward P. Without a home. 2412.24 

Rosemary and Rue. [Round-robin ser.] 2414.19 

Rossetti, Christina G. A pageant and other 
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Rossetti, Dante G. Ballads and sonnets. 5637.17 

Rousselet, (T.) Louis. The two cabin bovs. 
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Russell, William H. The prince of Wales' 
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Sargent, Epes, ed. Harper's cyclopaedia of 
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Scudder, Horace E., ed. The children's book. 
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Shakespeare, William. [Works.] Ed. with 
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— King Richard the second. 5638.32 

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— Macbeth. 5638.16 

— Merchant of Venice. 5638.19 

— Midsummer-night's dream. 5638.15 

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— Othello. 5638.20 

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Shaw, Flora L. Hector. A story. 1123.27 
Shedd, Julia A. Famous painters and paint- 
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Smith, George B. The life and speeches of 
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Steele, James W. Cuban sketches. 435-21 

Stephens, Charles A. The Knockabout club 
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Stoddard, William O. Esau Hardery. A novel 
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Straight gate, The, and other discourses. 
With a lecture on Thomas Carlyle. By a Scotch 
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Sjrmonds, John A. Many moods. A volume 
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Taswell-Langmead, Thomas P. English con- 
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Thayer, William M. From log-cabin to the 
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TroUope, Anthony. Ayala's angel. 2318.18 

Trowbridge, John T. The pocket rifle. [Ju- 
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Verne, Jules. Giant raft. (Part i.) Eight 
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Walford, Lucy B. Troublesome daughters. 

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Ward and Lock's standard etymological dic- 
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Warner, Susan. The letter of credit. 122.24 

Winchell, Alexander. Sparks from a geolo- 
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Winter, William The JefFersons. With illus. 
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Wise, Daniel. Thorncliflfe hall. [Juvenile.] 

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Wood, Ella P. Anne and other tales. By 
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Woods, Kate T. Doctor Dick. [Juvenile.] 
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Woolsey, Sarah C. (^Susan Coolidge.') Cross 
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World, A, of wonders ; or, mar\'els in nature, 
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Anacreon. [Symposiaca] exAnthologiaePala- 
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Andocides. Orationes, ed. F. Blass. 6122.6 

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Anthologia Latina sive poesis Latinae svpple- 
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Antiphon. Orationes et fragmenta, adivnctis 
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ApoUodorus Atkeniensis. Bibliotheca. Ex 
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Appianus. Historia Romana. Ed. L. Men- 
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Augustinus, Aurelius, St. De civitate Dei 
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— De institutione arithmetica libri duo, De 
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Catullus, Caius Valerius, and others. Catvlli, 
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Celsus, Aurelius Cornelius. De medicina 
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Censorinus.' De die natali liber. Recens. F. 
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Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Scripta quae manse- 
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Commodianus. Carmina recog. E. Lvdwig. 

6128.14 

Constantinus I, the Great. Incerti auctoris de 
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Curtius Rufus, Qjiintus. Historiarum Alex- 
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Dares Phrygius. De excidio Troiae historiae. 
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Demosthenes. Orationes ex recens. G. Din- 
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Hesychius Milcsius. Hesjchii Milesii de viris 
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Lucretius Carus, Titus. De rerum natura libri 
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Lycophron. Alexandra. Recens., scholia vetera 
codicis Marciani addidit G. Kinkel. 6128.2 

Lycurgus. OratioinLeocratem. Ed. C. Scheibe. 

6128.28 

Lysias. Orationes, recens. C. Scheibe. Ac- 
cedunt orationum deperditarum fragmenta. 

6122.4 

Macrobius, Ambrosius Aurelius Theodosius. 
[Opera.] F. Eyssenhardt recog. 6122.14 

Manetho. Apotelesmaticorum libri vi. Relegit 
A. Koechly. Accedunt Dorothei et Annubionis 
fragmenta astrologica. 6126.28 

Martialis, Marcus Valerius. Epigrammaton 
libri. Ed. F. G. Schneidewin. 6121.13 



Maximus of Epirtis., and Ammon. Carminum 
de actionum auspiciis reliquiae. Accedunt anec- 
dota astrologica. Recens. A. Ludwich. 6126.24 

Mela, Pomponius. De chorographia libri tres. 
Recog. C. Frick. 6128.41 

Metrologicorum scriptorum reliquiae. Collegit 
F. Hultsch. 6128.17 

Muret (^Latiti Muretus), Marc A. F. Scripta 
selecta. 6124.10 

Nepos, Cornelius. Vitae. Ex recensione C. 
Halmii. 6128.38 

Nicephorus, patriarch of Constantinople. 
Opvscvla historica. Ed. C. De Boor. Accedit 
Ignatii Diaconi Vita Nicephori. 6124.14 

Nicomachus Gerasenus. Introdvctionisarith- 
meticae libri 11. Recens. R. Hoche. Accedvnt 
codicis Cizensis problemata arithinetica. 6128.25 

Nonnus Panofolitanus. Dionysiacorum libri 
XLViii. Recens. A. Koechly. 2 v. 6121.16 

Onosander. De imperatoris officio liber. 
Recens. A. Koechly. 6128.10 

Ovidius Naso, Publius. [Carmina.] Ex recog. 
R. Merkelii. 3 v. in 2. 6123.4 

Paterculus, Caius Velleius. Ex Historiae 
Romanae libris duobus quae supersunt. Ed. 
C. Halm. 6128.22 

Pausanias. Descriptio Graeciae. Recog. J. 
H. C. Schubart. 2 v. 6124.4 

Persius Flaccus, Aulus. Satirarum liber. Ex 
recens. C. F. Hermanni. 6128.9 

Phaedrus. Fabvlae ^sopiae. Recog. L. 
Mveller. 6128.5 

Philostratus, Flavius. Opera auctiora ed. C. 
L. Kayser. Accedunt Apollonii epistolae, Euse- 
bius adversus Hieroclem, Philostrati junioris 
imagines, Callistrati descriptiones. 2 v. 6126. 11 

Pindarus. Carmina cum deperditorum frag- 
mentis selectis. Recog. W. Christ. 6124.24 

Plato. Dialogi secundum ThrasylliTetralogias 
dispositi. Ex recog. C. F. Hermanni. 6 v. 

6127.4 

Plautus, Titus Maccius. Comoediae. Ex 
recog. A. Fleckeiseni. 2 v. in i. 6121.14 

Plinius Csecilius Secundus, Caius. Epistu- 
larum libri novem ; Epistularum ad Traianum 
liber; Panegyricus. Recog. H. Keil. 6128.33 

Plinius Secundus, Caius. Naturalis historiae 
libri XXXVII. Recog. L. Janus. [Vol. 2. C. May- 
hoff.] 6 V. in 3. 6127.6 

— Plinii Secundi quae fertur una cum Gargilii 
Martialis medicina, nunc primum ed. a V. Rose. 

6128.34 

Plutarchus. Moralia, ex recens. R. Hercheri. 

Vol. I. 6121.18 

— Vitae parallelae. Iterum recog. C. Sintenis. 
5 V. 6125.2 

Poetae Latini minores. Recens. JEi. Baehrens. 

6x28.31 

Polemon, Antonius. Declamationes quae 
exstant duae. Recens. H. Hinck. 6121.12 

Polyaenus. Strategicon libri octo. Recens. E. 
Woelfflin. 6122.16 

Porphyrio, Pomponius. Commentarii in Q^ 
Horatium Flaccum. Recens. G. Meyer. 6121.5 

Porphyrius. Opvscvla tria. Recog. A. Navck. 

6124.8 

Proclus Diadochus Lycitis. In primum Eucli- 
dis elementorum librum commentarii. Ex recog. 
G. Friedlein. 6128.15 

Quintilianus, Marcus Fabius. Institutionis 
oratoriae libri duodecim. Recens. E. Bonnell. 

6124.25 



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Quintus Smyrnceiis. Posthomericorum libri 
XIV. Relegit A. Koechly- 6126.22 

Rervm natvralivm scriptores Graeci minores. 
Recens. O. Keller. 6121.20 

Contents. — Vol. i. Antig-onvs, Apollonivs, Phlegon, 
Anonyravs Vaticanvs. 

Ruhnken, David. Elogivm Tiberii Hemster- 
hvsii. 6122.15 

Rutilius Numatianus, Claudius. De reditv svo 
libri II. Accedvnt Hadriani, Flori, Apvleii, An- 
niani, Sereni, aliorvmqve poetarvm reliqviae. 
Recens. L. Mveller. 6126.27 

Sallustius Crispus, Caius. Libri de Catilinae 
conivratione et de bello Ivgvrthino. Accedvnt 
orationes et epistvlae ex historiis excerptae. Ed. 
R. Dietsch. 6121.7 

Scriptores historiae Avgvstae, recens. H. Peter. 

6122.25 

Scriptores metrici Graeci. Ed. R. Westphal. 
Vol. I. 6121.6 

Seneca, Lucius Annaeus. Opera quae super- 
sunt. Recog. F. Haase. 3 v. in 2. 6125.3 

— Oratorvm et rhetorvm sententiae, divisiones, 
colores, recog. A. Kiessling. 6126.16 

— Tragoediae, accedvnt incertae originis tra- 
goediae tres. Recens. R. Peiper et G. Richter. 

6122.17 
Sophocles. Tragoediae. Ex recensione G. 

Dindorfii. 6128.27 

Statius,Publius Papinius. ^chilleisetThebais. 

Recens. P. Kohlmann. Ease. i. .^chilleis. 6121.11 

— Siluae. Recens. JE.. Baehrens. 6124.12 
Stobaeus, Joannes. Eclogarum physicarum et 

ethicarum libri duo. Recens. A- Meineke. 6124.9 
Strabo. Geographica. Recog. A. Meineke. 3 v. 

6124.3 
Suetonius Tranquillus, Caius. Quae super- 

sunt omnia. Recens. C L. Roth. 6123.15 

Symeon Sethus. Syntagma de alimentorum 

facultatibus. Ed. B. Langkavel. 6128.37 



Tacitus, Caius Cornelius. Libri qui supersunt. 
Tertium recog. C. Halm. 6124.19 

Terentius Afer, Publius. Comoediae. Recens. 
A. Fleckeisen. 6128.13 

Themistius. Paraphrases Aristotelis librorum 
quae supersunt. Ed. L. Spengel. 6128.30 

Theocritus, and others. Bucolicorum Grae- 
corum Theocriti, Bionis, Moschi reliquiae, acce- 
dentibus incertorum idylliis. Recens. H. L. Ah- 
rens. 6124.17 

Theodorus Prodromus. Catomyomachia. Ex 
recens. R. Hercheri. 6128.4 

Theon, of Smyrna. Expositio rerum mathe- 
maticarum ad legendum Platonem utilium. 
Recens. E. Hiller. 6122.28 

Theophrastus. Characteres. Ed. H. E. Foss. 

6128.36 

— Opera quae supersunt omnia. Ex recog. F. 
Wimmer. 3 v. in 2. 6123.6 

Thucydides. De bello Peloponnesiaco libri 
octo. Iterum recog. G. Boehme. 6122.20 

Valerius Maximus, P. Factorvm et dictorvm 
memorabilivm libri novem. Ivlii Paridis et 
lanvarii Nepotiani epitomis adiectis, recens. C. 
Halm. 6122.22 

Vegetius Renatus, Flavius. Epitoma rei mili- 
taris. Recens. C. Lang. 6123.17 

Vergilius Maro, Publius. Opera in usum 
scholarum, recog. O. Ribbeck. Praemisit de 
vita et scriptis poetae narrationem. 6124.18 

Xenophon Atheniensis. Commentarii. Recens. 
L. Dindorfius. 6128.26 

— Expeditio Cyri, recens. A. Hvg. 6124.26 

— Historia Graeca [Hellenica]. Recens. L. 
Dindorfius. 6124.15 

— Institutio Cyri [Cyropaedia]. Recens. L. 
Dindorfius. 6124.15 

— Scripta minora. Recog. L. Dindorfius. 

6128.26 

Zonaras, Johannes. Epitome historiarum. Ed. 

L. Dindorfius. 6 v. in 3. 6125.8 



DORCHESTER BRANCH LIBRARY. 



A new Catalogue of this Branch Library is in type, and will be completed before the issue of 
another Bulletin. It can be found, as far as finished, on the tables, and at the Deliveries at the 
Lower Mills and Mattapan. 



Abbott, Jacob. Force. [Science for the young.] 

52.4 

— History of Darius the great. 259.30 

— History of Romulus. 259.32 

— History of Xerxes the great. 259.31 
Abbott, John S. C. The mother at home. 

99.67 

Adams, William T. {Oliver O^tic.) Up the 
river. 255.20 

Adeler, Max, pseud. See Clark, Charles H. 

Ainsworth, William H. Stanley Brereton. 

418.32 

Alden, Isabella M. (Pansy.) The pocket 
measure. 409a. 17 

Alden, William L. The cruise of the " Ghost." 
[Juvenile.] 258.1 

Alger, William R. The school of life. 358.35 

Andersen, Hans C. Stories for the household. 
Tr. With illus. 415.1 



Armstrong's Primer of United States history. 

69.39 

Audran, Edmond. The " Mascot." Comic 

opera. [With music] English tr. 39I-9 

— Olivette, opera comique. [With music] 
English adaptation. 39^-8 

Auerbach, Berthold. The professor's lady. 
A novel. Tr. 3i5-3i 

Auton, C, pseud. See Hoppin, A. 

Ayres, Alfred, pseud. Sec Osmun, Thomas E. 

Babcock, Emma W. Household hints. [Ap- 
pletons' home books.] 357-33 

Badeau, Adam. Military history of U. 8. 
Grant. 2 v. 75-5 

Banvard, Joseph. Pioneers of the New world 
and the old French war. Illus. 384.20 

— Plymouth and the pilgrims. 384.18 

— Soldiers and patriots of the American revo- 
lution. Illus. 384-21 



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January, 



Barbour, George M. Florida for tourists, in- 
valids, and settlers. 122.34 
Baring-Gould, Sabine. Sermons to children. 

357-29 

— The vicar of Morwenstow. A life of R. S. 
Hawker. 377-24 

Beard, George M. American nervousness. 

356.36 

— Stimulants and narcotics. 356.37 
Bonwick, James. Who are the Irish.' 384.19 
Boston. Public Library. Catalogue of the 

Spanish library and Portuguese books bequeathed 
by George Ticknor. R.R. 214.3 

— Catalogue of books in foreign languages in 
the Lower hall. 3d ed. R.R.,D. 22 

— Catalogue of works in the arts and sciences 
in the Lower hall. Supplementary list. 

R.R.,D. 23 
Brine, Mary D. Grandma's attic treasures. 

[Poem.] 14-17 

Brook, Sarah. French history for English 

children. With maps. 384.15 

Brooks, Phillips. The candle of the Lord and 

other sermons. 355-28 

Bruce, Wallace. The Hudson. [Poems.] 114.6 
Bryant, W'm. C. Orations and addresses. 286.7 
Bunce, Oliver B. Bachelor Bluff. 357-31 

Butterworth, Hezekiah. Zigzag journej'S in 

the Orient. The Adriatic to the Baltic. 154.37 
Buxton, Bertha H. Sceptre and ring. 324.45 
Chadwick, John W. The man Jesus. 358.33 
Champlin, John D., jr. The young folks' 

astronomy. Illus. 198.69 

— Young folks' history of the war for the 
Union. 385-^5 

Chaplin, Jeremiah, compiler. Chips from the 
White house ; or, selections from the speeches 
[etc.] of all the presidents. 286.8 

Clark, Charles H. (^Max Adder.) The fortu- 
nate island, and other stories. 4^5-2 

Clarke, James Freeman. Events and epochs 
in religious historj'. 395-5 

For contents see Bates Hall list. 

— • The hour which cometh, and now is : 
sermons. 358.37 

— How to find the stars. With an account of 
the astronomical lantern. 99.65 

Clement, Clara E. Eleanor Maitland. 419.26 
Coffin, Charles C The boys of '61. 386.13 
Conway, Moncure D. Thomas Carlyle. 377.23 
Cooke, George W. Ralph Waldo Emerson : 
his life, writings, and philosophy. 376.17 

Cooke, Josiah P. Scientific culture, and other 
essays. 358-34 

Cooke, Laura S. H. Dimple Dopp and other 
stories. Illus. 256.10 

Crafts, William F. Plain uses of the black- 
board, and other illustrations in the Sunday- 
school. 396.1 
Craik, Georgiana M. Two women. 417.29 
Dahlgren, Madeleine V. South sea sketches. 
A narrative. 427.20 

Incidents of a residence in Sotith America. 

Dall, Caroline W. H. My first holiday; or 
letters home from Colorado, Utah, and California. 

427.19 
Dana, James D. Manual of geology. 3d ed. 

394-1 

Darwin, Charles R. The movements and 

habits of climbing plants, 193.33 



De Amicis, Edmondo. Constantinople. 427.12 

— Spain. Tr. from the Italian. 427.13 
De Forest, John W. The bloody chasm. 419.13 
A story of the South since the civil war. 

Dole, Nathan H. Young folks' history of 
Russia. 268.19 

Drake, Samuel A. Around the Hub. A boys' 
book about Boston. Illus. 384.13 

Du Chaillu, Paul B. A journey to Ashango- 
land, and further penetration into equatorial 
Africa. 426.9 

— The land of the midnight sun. Journeys 
through Sweden, Norway, Lapland and Northern 
Finland. With illus. 2 v. 426.8 

Duet gems. A selected collection of music for 

four hands. 39^.5 

Eggleston, Edward, and Seelye, Lillie E. Te- 

cumseh and the Shawnee prophet. 266.13 

Encyclopaedia Britannica, The. 9th ed. Vol. 13. 

217. 1 
Ewing, J. H. Mrs. Overtheway's remembran- 
ces. [Juvenile.] 253.21 
Fields, Annie. Under the olive. [Poems.] 119. 8 
Fields, James T. Ballads and other verses. 117.33 
First help in accidents and in sickness. 398.1 
Fleming, May A. The secret sorrow. 409a. 11 
Force, Manning F. From Fort Henry to 
Corinth. 384.14 
Fosdick, Charles A. (^Harry Castlemoti.) 
George at the wheel. 255.27 
Fothergill, Jessie. Kith and kin. A novel. 
[Leisure hour ser.] 419.19 

— Made or marred and '* One of three." 418.31 
Franklin, Benjamin, D.D. The creed and 

modern thought. 355-29 

Franz, Robert. Album of songs. New ed., 
with German and English words. 39^.6 

FuUerton, Lady Georgiana C. (L. G.) The 
life of Luisa de Carvajal. 378.5 

Garfield, James A. Garfield's words. 209.14 

George, Henry. The Irish land question. 193.34 

Gerson, Virginia. Little Dignity. Pictures 
and rhymes of olden times. 256.17 

Gibson, William H. Camp life in the woods 
and the tricks of trapping and trap making. 357.30 

Gilbert, William S. More "' Bab "ballads. 114.4 

Gilbert, William S., and Sullivan, Arthur. 
Patience, or Bunthorne's bride. An aesthetic 
opera. [Music with songs and dialogue.] 391.10 

Gill, John B. Indigestion. 198.66 

Gilmore, James R. (Edmund Kirke.) The 
life of J. A. Garfield. With extracts from his 
speeches. Illus. 274.3 

Grant, Alexander H. The church seasons his- 
torically and poetically illustrated. 358.32 

Greey, Edward. Young Americans in Japan. 

426.7 

Griswold, Rufus W. The prose writers of 
America. Portrs. 274.1 

Groome, Francis H. In gipsy tents. 125.35 

Hailman, William N. Kindergarten culture. 
A complete sketch of Froebel's system, adapted 
to American institutions. 197-58 

Hale, Edward E. Stories of adventure told by 
adventurers. 253.20 

Hale, Edward E., and Hale, Susan. A family 
flight through France, Germany, Norway, and 
Switzerland. Illus. 426.12 

Hardy, Thomas. A Laodicean. [Leisure hour 
ser.] 419-29 

Harris, Joel C. Uncle Remus. The folk-lore 
of the old pUntfttion. 409a.ai 



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Hartner, E. Severa. A novel. From the 
German, tr. by Mrs. A. L. Wister. 419.20 

Hatton, Joseph. To-day in America. 426.11 
Hay, John. Castilian days. 122.33 

Heard, Franklin F. Oddities of the law. 358.36 
Higginson, Thomas W. Army life in a black 
regiment. 268.18 

— Common sense about women. 398.2 
Hinsdale, Burke A. President Garfield and 

education; Hiram college memorial. 376.20 

Holland, Josiah G. Plain talks on familiar 

subjects. [Rev. ed.] • 208.25 

Holmes, Mary J. Madeline. A novel. 416.25 

Holmes, Oliver W. Songs in many keys. 116.36 

Hoppin, Augustus. (^C. Anton.) Recollections 

of Auton house. A book for children. With 

illus. 256.16 

Howard, Blanche W. Aunt Serena. 419.16 

Howells, William D. Doctor Breen's practice. 

A novel. 409a. 22 

Irving, Fannie B. Six girls. A home story. 

419.18 
Jackson, Helen (M.). {H. H.) Mammy Tit- 
tleback and her family. 255.23 

James, H.jyV. The portrait of a lady. 4093.20 
Jewett, Sarah O. Country by-ways. 419-15 
Johnson, Helen K. Our familiar songs and 
those who made them. With piano accom- 
paniment, and sketches of the writers. 14.16 
Johnson, (E.) Rossiter. Phaeton Rogers. A 
novel of boy life. Illus. 255.25 

Previously published in St. Nicholas, from Feb., 18S1. 

Johnston, Henry P. The Yorktown campaign 
and the surrender of Cornwallis, 1781. 386.12 

Judd, John W. Volcanoes. [International 
scientific ser.] 356.39 

Kingsley, Charles. His letters and memories 
of his life. Ed. by his wife. Abridged ed. 378.6 

Kingston, William H. G. Great African trav- 
ellers. 123.29 

— Peter Trawl ; or, the adventures of a whaler. 

156.34 

Kirke, Edmund, fseud. See Gilmore, James R. 

Kluckhohn, August. Louise, queen of Prussia. 
A memorial. Tr. from the German. 172.27 

Knox, Thomas W. Adventures of two youths 
in a journey to Ceylon and India. [The boy 
travellers in the far East. Part 3.] 126.15 

Lamson, Mary S. Life and education of Laura 
D. Bridgman, the deaf, dumb, and blind girl. 

377-25 

Lanier, Sidney, ed. The boy's Mabinogion : 
Welsh tales of King Arthur in the famous Red 
book of Hergest. Illus. 256.11 

Lawrence, Eugene. A primer of American 
literature. 99.66 

Lewes, George H. Problems of life and mind. 
1st series. The foundations of a creed. 2 v. 395.2 

— Same. 2d series. The physical basis of 
mind. With illus. 395-3 

— Same. 3d series. Problem 1-4. 2 v. 395.4 

— Studies in animal life. 356.38 
Locke, John. Philosophical works. With 

essay, by J. A. St. John. 2 v. 286.9 

Longfellow, Henry W. The Longfellow birth- 
day-book. Arranged by Charlotte F. Bates. 119.9 

Lossing, Benson J. Harpers' popular cyclo- 
paedia of United States history, to 1876. Illus. 
2 V. 386.13 

Lothrop, Harriet M. {Margaret Sidney.) Five 
little Peppers. [Juvenile.] Illus. 156.33 

Ludlow, Johnny, pseud. See Wood, Ella P. 



Lupton, James I. The horse. Illus. 356.40 
McAdam, Graham. An alphabet in finance. 

358.31 

McCabe, James D. Our young folks abroad. 
Illus. 256.13 

McCarthy, Justin. Donna Quixote. 418.30 

McCaskey, J. P., compiler. Franklin square 
song collection. 391-11 

M'Clintock, John, and Strong, James. Cyclo- 
paedia of biblical, theological, and ecclesiastical 
literature. Vol. 6-10. R.R.,C.4 

Mackenzie, Harriet D. S. Switzerland. 384.16 

Macleod, Norman. Reminiscences of a High- 
land parish. 125.34 

Marenholtz-Buelow, Bertha, Freiin von. Remi- 
niscences of Friedrich Froebel. 77-42 

Massachusetts. Bureau of statistics of labor. 
Industrial conciliation and arbitration. Com- 
piled by C. D. Wright. 204.19 

Mat6aux, Clara L. The wonderland of work. 
Illus. 397-1 

Mathews, Joanna H. Bessie Bradford's secret. 

154-38 

Michelet, Jules. The sea. Illus. 195.28 

Miot, Andr^ F., comte de Melito, 1762-1841. 
Memoirs. Ed. by General Fleischmann. From 
the French. 173-24 

Mitford, Mary R. Recollections of a literary 
life. 376.18 

Mortimer, Favell L. Line upon line; or, a 
series of the earliest religious instruction. 259.34 

— The peep of day. ^55-5 

— Precept upon precept. 259.33 
Mother Goose ; or, the old nursery rhymes. 

Illus. by Kate Greenaway. 116.38 

My wife and my wife's sister. [No name ser.] 

419-25 
Nicolay, John G- The outbreak of rebellion. 
[Campaigns of the civil war. i.] 384.17 

01iphant,MargaretO.W. Harry Joscelyn. 417.30 
Osmun, Thomas E. 1, Alfred Ayr.es.) The 
verbalist : a manual devoted to brief discussions 
of the right and the wrong use of words. 209.15 
Our little ones : illustrated stories and poems 
for little people. W. T. Adams, ed. [Vol. i.] 
With illus. 256.9 

Our young folks at home. Illus. prose stories. 
By American authors and artists. 256.19 

Pansy, pseud. See Alden, Isabella M. 
Pierson, Hamilton W. In the Brush; or, old- 
time life in the Southwest. 427.21 
Plympton, A. G. The glad year round. For 
bovs and girls. Illus. 256.15 
Read, Thomas B. Brushwood. [Poem.] 114.5 
Rees, Janet E. R. Home decoration. [Apple- 
tons' home books.] 357-35 
Richardson, Joseph G. Long life, and how to 
reach it. 99-63 
Robinson, Frederick W. The black speck. 
A temperance tale. 324-44 
Roe, Edward P. Without a home. 4093.19 
Rosemary and Rue. [Round-robin ser.] 419.14 
Rosengarten, A. A handbook of architectural 
styles. Tr. from the German. With illus. 394-3 
Rossetti, Dante G. Ballads and sonnets. 116.39 
Rousselet, (T.) Louis. The two cabin boys. 

255.22 

Row, Charles A. Reasons for believing in 

Christianity Lectures. 356-33 

Russell, William C. An ocean free lance. 324.46 

S.,M. E.W. Home amusements. [Appletons' 

home books.] 357-34 



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January, 



Scudder, Horace E., ed. The children's book. 
A collection of the most famous stories and 
poems in the English language. 256.12 

Shakespeare, William. Antony and Cleopa- 
tra. Ed. by W. J. Rolfe. 17.44 
Shaw, Flora L. Hector. A story. 419. 17 
Shelly, Chas. P. B. Workshop appliances. 358.38 
Sidney, Margaret, pseud. See Lothrop, Har- 
riet M. 

Smith, Goldwin. Lectures on the study of 
history, in Oxford, 1859-61. 205.28 

Smyth, William. Lectures on the French revo- 
lution. 2 V. 167.29 
Some curious schools. Illus. 391-7 
Spencer, Herbert. Essays. 285.10 

— The principles of psychology. 2 v. 95.40 

— Recent discussions. 285.11 
Stearns, Winfrid A. New England bird life : 

a manual from [his] manuscript, by E. Coues. 

Illus. Part I. Oscines. 395-6 

Stephen, Leslie. Hours in a library. 205.27 
Contents. — De Foe's novels; Richardson's novels; Pope 

as a moralist; Mr. Elwin's edition of Pope; Some words 

about Sir Walter Scott; Nathaniel Ha\ythorne; Balzac's 

novels ; De Quincey. 

Stephens, Charles A. The Knockabout club 
in the woods. [Maine and Canada.] 256.18 

Stockton, Frank R. The floating prince and 
other fairy tales. Illus. 256.14 

These tales were originally published in St. Nicholas, in 
1880-1. 

Stoddard, William O. The quartet. A sequel 
to Dab Kinzer. 255.21 

Stowe, Harriet E. B. Woman in sacred his- 
tory. Illus. 274.2 

Strickland, Agnes. Tales from English his- 
tory. For children. 159-36 

— True stories from ancient history to the 
death of Charlemagne. 419-23 

— True stories from modern history, from the 
death of Charlemagne to Waterloo. 419.22 

Sully, James. Illusions: a psychological study. 
[International scientific ser.] 356.34 

Sweetser, Moses F., ed. Artist-biographies. 
Namely: — 

— Claude Lorraine. 179-34 

— Diirer. I79-3I 

— Michael Angelo. 179-33 

— Murillo. 179.30 

— Raphael. ^79-35 
Swinton, Wm. Studies in English literature. 

95-41 
Taylor, John E. The aquarium. Illus. 396.2 

— Natural history rambles. Underground. 
Illus. 398.3 

Thayer, William M. From log-cabin to the 
White house : life of J. A. Garfield. 377.22 

— The printer boy; Ben Franklin. 178.35 
Timbs, John. Wonderful inventions. 357.32 
Tomes, Robert. The Bazar book of decorum. 

[_Anon.'\ 198.68 

— The Bazar book of healtli. 198.67 



Towle, George M. Ralegh : his exploits and 
voyages. [Young folks' heroes of history.] 

268.17 
Trench, W. Steuart. Realities of Irish life. 

138.3 

TroUope, Anthony. Ayala's angel. 418.29 

Trowbridge, John T. The emigrant's story, 

and other poems. ii7-37 

— A home idyl, and other poems. 116.37 

— The pocket-rifle. [Juvenile.] 252.21 

— The vagabonds, and other poems. 116.35 
Turgenef, Ivan S.- Fathers and sons. 419.25 
Walford, Lucy B. Troublesome daughters. 

418.33 
Walker, James B. Experiences of pioneer life 

in the early settlements of the West. 123.30 

Waring, George E., Jr. Tyrol and the skirt 

of the Alps. Illus. 426.10 

Originally appeared in Harper's magazine, 1S79. 

Warner, Charles D. Washington Irving. 

[American men of letters.] 178-34 

Warner, Susan. The letter of credit. 4oga.i2 

Watson, John. Kant and his English critics. 

394-2 

Webb, Alexander S. The Peninsula. Mc- 

Clellan's campaign of 1862. [Campaigns of the 

civil war.] 266.14 

Whittier, John G. Among the hills, and other 

poems. 117-34 

— Miriam, and other poems. 117^36 

— The tent on the beach, and other poems. 

117-35 

Wilson, John. Lights and shadows of Scottish 
life. Illus. 419-24 

Winsor, Justin, ed. The memorial history of 
Boston. Vol. 3. R. R. Desk 

Winter, William. The Jeffersons. With illus. 
[American actor sen] 376.19 

Wise, Daniel. Thorncliffe hall. 253.19 

Wise, John. Through the air : a narrative of 
forty years' experience as an aeronaut. 191.30 

Wood, Ella P. Anne and other tales. By 
Johnny Ludlow \^pset4d.']. 418.28 

Wood, Horatio C. Brain-work and overwork. 

99.64 

Woods, Kate T. Doctor Dick. [Juvenile.] 

255.26 

Woolsey, Sarah C. Cross Patch, and other 
stories. 255.9 

Woolson, Abba G. Woman in American 
society. 208.41 

World, A, of wonders; or, marvels in nature. 
Illus. 95.39 

Yonge, Charles D. Three centuries of modern 
history. * 384.12 

Yonge, Charlotte M., ed. A storehouse of 
stories, [i, 2 ser.] Newed. 2 v. Illus. 419.21 

Youmans, Edward L. The hand-book of 
household science. 395-1 

Young, Charles A. The sun. [International 
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By the provisions of the will of Miss Charlotte Harris, the income from this fund is to be spent 
for books published previous to 1850. 

Clavigero, Francesco S. The history of Mex- 
ico. Illus. Tr. L., 1787. 2 V. 1213.4 

Cloquet, Jules. Recollections of the private 
life of Lafayette. With engrs. L., 1835. 1013.7 

Cobbett, William. The political Proteus. A 
view of the public character and conduct of R. 
B. Sheridan. L., 1804. 1013.12 

Comic coronal, The. With illus. by R. Cruik- 
shank and R. Seymour. L., 1830, 31. 738.4 

Cramer, John A. A geographical and his- 
torical description of ancient Italy. Oxford, 1826. 
Text, 2 v. ; Atlas, i v. 1026.7 

Cunningham, Allan. Traditional tales of the 
English and Scottish peasantry. L., 1822. 2 v. 

1017.5 

Day, Samuel P. Monastic institutions. 2d 
ed. L., 1846. 733-2 

Demonologia. By J. S. F. L., 1827. 735.5 

Decastro, J. The memoirs of J. Decastro, 
comedian, [with] anecdotes ; accompanied by an 
analysis of the life of Philip Astley. Ed. by 
R. Humphrey. L., 1824. Illus. 745-13 

Dibdin, Thomas F. A bibliographical, anti- 
quarian, and picturesque tour in France and 
Germany. 2d ed. L., 1829. 3 v. Illus. 921.8 

Dorchester antiquarian and historical society. 
Collections. No. i. Memoirs of Roger Clap. 
1630. B., 1844. 1033.16 

— Collections No. 2. Annals of Dorchester. 
By James Blake. 1750. .B., 1846. 1033.15 

Drake, Nathan. Winter nights ; or, fire-side 
lucubrations. L., 1820. 2 v. in i. 1027. 11 

Dudley, Robert, earl of Leicester. Secret me- 
moirs. L., 1706. Illus. 1017.7 

Edinburgh review. Selections. Ed. by M. 
Cross. L., 1833. 4^- 932.4 

Fanshawe, Ann H., Lady. Memoirs. Writ- 
ten by herself. With extracts from the corre- 
spondence of Sir Richard Fanshawe. New ed. 
L., 1830. Portr. 921.10 

Fearon, Henry B. Sketches of America. 2d 
ed. L., 1818. 933-8 

Forster, George. A journey from Bengal to 
England, through the northern part of India, 
Kashmire, Afsihanistan, and Persia, and into 
Russia by the Caspian sea. L., 1808. 2 v. 1024.8 

Fortune, Robert. Three years' wanderings in 
the northern provinces of China. With illus. 
2d ed. L., 1847. 921.7 

Gardner, George. Travels in the interior of 
Brazil during 1836-41. L., 1846. Illus. 1013.1 

Gastineau, Henry, illustrator. Wales illus- 
trated. [With descriptions.] L. [1831.] 1213.5 

Gilley, William S. Narrative of an excursion 
to the mountains of Piemont, in 1823, and re- 
searches among the Vaudois. With maps, plates, 
and appendix. 4th ed. L., 1827. 1015.11 



Adolphus, John. Memoirs of John Bannister, 
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American broad grins : ed. by Rigdum Funni- 
dos, Gent. 2d ed. With illus. L., 1S39. 733.6 

Arundell, Francis V. J. Discoveries in Asia 
Minor. L., 1834. 2 v. Illus. 933-3 

Barrow, 6'zVJohn. An auto-biographical me- 
moir. L., 1847. Portr. 921.6 

Bassompierre, Francois, baron de, marechal 
de France. Memoirs of [his] embassy to the 
court of England in 1626. Tr. L., 1819. 936.10 

Bayard, Pierre du Terrail, chevalier de. The 
right joyous and pleasant history of the Chevalier 
Bayard. By the loyal servant. L., 1825. 2 v. 

1012. 1 

Bell, James S. Journal of a residence in Cir- 
cassia during 1837-1839. L., 1840. 2 v. 921.5 

Biographical sketches of the French generals, 
who are appointed by Buonaparte, to invade 
England : also anecdotes of the republican painter 
David, and Talleyrand's Instructions to General 
Andreossi. L., 1804. Portr. 733.5 

Boileau Despreaux, Nicolas. Works. Made 
English. Prefixed his life. By Mr. Des Mai- 
zeaux. L., 1712. Illus. 1027.12 

Bonnycastle, Sir Richard H. The Canadas 
in 1841. L., 1841. 2 V. Illus. 921. II 

Brandon, Raphael, and Brandon, J. Arthur. 
Parish churches ; being perspective views of 
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by descriptions. L., 1848. 1015.13 

Budgell, Eustace. Memoirs of the illustrious 
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Burgess, Richard. The topography and antiq- 
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Butcher, Edmund. The beauties of Sidmouth. 
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Caillie, Ren^. Travels through central Africa 
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Morocco, 1824-28. L., 1830. 2 v. Illus. 1024.9 

Carruthers, James. The history of Scotland, 
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1826. 2 V. 1024.6 

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and papers, concerning the aifairs of England, 
from 1641 to 1660. L., 1739. 2 v. 1017.3 

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Chatfield, C. Teutonic antiquities. L., 1828. 

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Clarke, Adam. Memoirs of the Wesley family. 
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Hay, Edward. History of the insurrection of 
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Higgins, Geoffrey. The Celtic Druids. L., 
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Hoffman, Charles F. Wild scenes in the 
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Hoskins, G. A. Travels in Ethiopia, above 
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Howard, Henry, earl of Surrey^ and Wyatt, 
Sir Thomas, the elder. Works. Ed. by G. F. 
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Howinson, William. The contest of the twelve 
nations. \_A»ou.^ Edinb., 1826. 1013.5 

Hutchinson, William N. Dog breaking. L., 
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Johnson, Daniel. Sketches of field sports as 
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Kerr, Robert. History of Scotland during the 
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1811. 2 v. Portr. 933-3 

Kirk, Thomas O. Outlines from the figures 
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Etruscan vases of the late Sir William Hamilton. 
2d ed. L., 1814. 1024.10 

Laing, Samuel. Notes of a traveller, on the 
state of France, Prussia, Switzerland, Italy, and 
other parts of Europe. L., 1842. 1015.12 

Lauder, St'r Thomas D. Memorial of the 
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1843. Illus. 741-^ 

Lee, Sophia, and Lee, Harriet. Canterbury 
tales. L., 1803, 4. 4 v. 735.3 

Lysons, Daniel. The environs of London. L., 
1795-181 1. 6 V. Illus. 1214.1 

MacFarlane, Charles. Constantinople in 1828. 
2d ed. L., 1829. 2 V. Illus. 1013.4 

— The romance of history. Italy. L., 1832. 
3 V- 1017.4 

M'Gregor, John. British America. 2d ed. 
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Malebranche, Nicolas. Father Malebranche 
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L., 1700. 1212.1 

Mohammed Kasim Ferishtah. History of 
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931-1 

Mohan Lai. Travels in the Panjab, Afghan- 
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Herat ; and a yisit to Great Britain and Germany. 
L., 1846. Portr. Folded map. 1013.10 

Nicolas, St'r Nicholas Harris. A synopsis of 
the peerage of England. L., 1825. 2 v. 737.9 

O'Brien, J. Focaloir Gaoidhilge-Sax-Bh^arla ; 
or, an Irish-English dictionary. 2d ed. Dublin, 
1832. 921.4 

O'Connell, Daniel. The trial of Daniel O'Con- 
nell. 2d ed. L., 1825. 924.11 

O'Ferrall, Simon A. A ramble of six thou- 
sand miles through the U. S. L., 1832. 1026.8 



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Accompanied by biographies. L., 1847. 74i-i2 

Penn, Granville. Memorials of the profes- 
sional life and times of Sir William Penn. 1644- 
70. L., 1833. 2 v. Portr. 933-1 

Pennant, Thomas. The journey from Chester 
to London. L., 1782. 931-3 

— Some account of London. 2d ed. L., 
1791. 931.4 

— A tour in Scotland. Warrington [etc.]. 
1774-76. 3 V. Illus. 931-2 

Perkins, James H. Annals of the West, from 
the discovery of the Mississippi Valley to 1850. 
2d ed., enl. St. Louis, 1850. 1015.14 

Playfair papers. The, or. Brother Jonathan, 
the smartest nation in all creation. L., 1841. 
3 V. [Illus. by R. Cruikshank.] 735-4 

Poinsett, Joel R. Notes on Mexico made in 
1822. Accompanied by an historical sketch of 
the Revolution [etc.]. L., 1825. 921-3 

Portraits of the principal female characters in 
the Waverley novels; added, landscape illustra- 
tionsof The Highlandwidow, Anneof Geierstein, 
Fair maid of Perth, Castle Dangerous. L. 
[1832-33.] 40 plates. 722.10 

Pratt, Enoch. A comprehensive history of 
Eastham, Wellfleet and Orleans, county of Barn- 
stable, Mass., from 1644 to 1844. Yarmouth, 
1844. 1033.3 

Price, Lake. Interiors and exteriors in Venice. 
Lithog. by J. Nash, from the original drawings. 
[L.] 1843. 26 plates. 711-15 

Pyne, William H. Somerset house gazette, 
and Literary museum. Ed. by Ephraim Hard- 
castle [^seud.'\. L., 1824. 2 v. 722.11 

Reign, The, of George vi. L., 1763. 733-4 

A satire upon the reign of George ill of England. 

Rennell, James. The geographical system of 
Herodotus examined and explained. Maps. 2d 
ed., rev. L., 1830. 2 v. Portr. 1024.7 

Rigaud, Stephen J., ed. Correspondence of 
scientific men of the 17th century. In 2 v. \_Also 
Contents and index. Compiled by A. De Mor- 
gan. Oxford, 1862.] Oxford, 1841. Folded 
plates. 1013.11 

Royal gallery. The, of pictures, a selection of 
cabinet paintings in Her Majesty's private col- 
lection at Buckingham palace. L., 1850. 32 
plates. 741-13 

Stanhope, Philip H., jtJk earl Stanhope. 
History of the war of the succession in Spain. 
ByLordMahon. L., 1832. Folded map. 1016.9 

Stewart, Charles W. V., jd marquess 0/ Lon- 
donderry, and /St earl Vane. Recollections of a 
tour in the north of Europe in 1836-7. L., 1838. 
2 V. Illus. 1013.3 

Taylor, Jefferys. Old English sayings newly 
expounded, in prose and verse. L., 1827. 735.6 

Thomson, Thomas. Travels in Sweden dur- 
ing the autumn of 1812. Illus. L., 1813. 732.12 

Walker, George A. Gatherings from grave- 
yards; particularly those of London: with a 
history of modes of interment. L., 1839. 1013.6 

Walpole, Frederick. Four years in the Pacific. 
In Her Majesty's ship " Collingwood." From 
1844 to 1848. L., 1849. 2 v. Illus. 933-6 

Wathen, George H. Arts, antiquities, and 
chronology of ancient Europe : from observa- 
tions in 1839. With illus. L., 1843. 722.9 

Wilson, James. A complete dictionary of 
astrology. L., 1S19. 933-4 



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Adams, William H. D. The bird world de- 
scribed with pen and pencil. H. Giacomelli, 
illustrator. 3615.8 

Adams, William T. {Oliver Of tic.) Up the 
river. 427.18 

Alden, William L. The cruise of the " Ghost." 
[Juvenile.] 422.22 

Alger, Horatio, yV. From canal boy to presi- 
dent : James A. Garfield. Illus. 424.14 

Alger, William R. The school of life. 5124.14 

Allen, Richard L. New American farm book. 

3827.8 

Armstrong's Primer of United States history. 

415-23 
Babcock, Emma W. Household hints. 5318.29 
Beesly, Augustus W. Sir John Franklin. 

[The new Plutarch.] 2734.21 

Butterworth, Hezekiah, ed. Young folks' 

history of Boston. Illus. 2716.16 

— Zigzag journeys in the Orient. The Adriatic 
to the Baltic. Illus. 612.20 

Boyesen, Hjalmer H. Queen Titania. 2178.27 

Brooks, Phillips. The candle of the Lord 
and other sermons. 5815.20 

Clarke, James Freeman. Events and epochs 
in religious history. 2855.26 

Clement, Clara E. Eleanor Maitland. 2177.25 

De Forest, John W. The bloody chasm. A 
novel. 2177.23 

Dole, Nathan H. Young folks' history of 
Russia. 436.4 

Drake, Samuel A. Around the Hub. A boys' 
book about Boston. Illus. 424.23 

Du Chaillu, Paul B. The land of the midnight 
sun. Journeys through Sweden, Norway, Lap- 
land, and Northern Finland. 2 v. 2344.10 

Encyclopaedia Britannica, The. 9th ed. Vol. 
13. Inf-Kant. 7i3-i 

Ewing, Juliana H. Mrs. Overtheway's remem- 
brances. [Juvenile.] With illus. 426.22 

Fenn, George M. The vicar's people. 2188.1 

Fleming, May A. A changed heart. 1913.15 

— The secret sorrow. 1726.16 
Fosdick, Charles A. {Harry Castlemon.) 

George at the wheel. 426.24 

Fothergill, Jessie. Kith and kin. A novel. 
[Leisure hour ser.] 2177.26 

French, Harry W. Nuna : the Bramin girl, 
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Garfield, James A Garfield's words. 2718.37 
Gosse, Philip H. The aquarium. Illus. 3625.27 
Green, Samuel A. A centennial address, 
Cambridge, July 7, 1881, before the Massachu- 
setts medical society. 4426.20 
Hale, Edward E. Stories of adventure told by 
adventurers. 424.22 
Hale, Edward E., and Hale, Susan. A family 
flight through France, Germany, Norway and 
Switzerland. Illus. 2345.7 
Hale, Lucretia P. The art of knitting. 5217.26 
Hardy, Thomas. A Laodicean. [Leisure 
hour ser.] 2038.8 
Harlan, Caleb. Elfloraof the Susquehanna. A 
poem. 1617.14 
Harrison, James A. Spain. [History.] 2876.1 
Hartner, E. Severa. A novel. From the 
German, tr. by Mrs. A. L. Wister. 2187.3 



Hinsdale, Burke A. President Garfield and 

education ; Hiram college memorial. 5228.4 

Holmes, Mary J. Madeline. A novel. 1726.18 

Holmes, Oliver W. Poetical works. 2 v. 1516.34 

Hoist, Hermann von. The constitutional and 

political history of the United States. Tr. from 

the German. 3 v. 2882.2 

House, Edward H. Japanese episodes. 2315.3 

Howard, Blanche W. Aunt Serena. 2177.24 

Howells, William D. Dr. Breen's practice. 

2037.8 
Howitt, Mary. Love and money. 2167.26 

Irving, Fannie B. Six girls. A home story. 

1726.17 
James, Henry ,y>. The portrait of a lady. 2187.4 

Previously published in the Atlantic monthly, bejfinning 
Nov., 18S0. 

Jewett, Sarah O. Country by-ways. 2168.27 

Johnson, (E.) Rossiter. Phaeton Rogers. A 

novel of boy life. 427.16 

Previously published in St. Nicholas, beginning Feb., 1881 . 

Jones, Meredith. The Black prince. A book 
for boys. With illus. 436.2 

Kingston, William H. G. Peter Trawl; or, 
the adventures of a whaler. 424.24 

Knox, Thomas W. Adventures of two youths 
in a journey to Ceylon and India. Illus. 432.2 

Lanier, Sidney, ed. The boy's Mabinogion : 
Welsh tales of King Arthur in the famous Red 
book of Hergest. Illus. 436.1 

Like a gentleman. [Fiction.] 2187.6 

Macalister, Alexander. Zoology. 3625.26 

Massachusetts. Bureau of statistics of labor. 
Industrial conciliation and arbitration. Com- 
piled bv C. D. Wright. 5226.20 

Mateaux, Clara L. The wonderland of work. 

4323 

Melville, George J. W. Holmby house. A 
tale of old Northamptonshire. 2187.7 

Morris, Beverley R. British game birds and 
wild-fowl. Illus. _ 741-8 

Morris, George. British thoughts and thinkers. 

54133 

My wife and my wife's sister. [No name ser.] 

1727.19 

Nelson, Charles A. Waltham. With a sketch 
of Watertown to the incorporation of Waltham, 
Jan. 15, 1738. 2886.10 

Nicholson, H. Alleyne. Text-book of zoology. 
Illus. 3625.25 

Our little ones : illustrated stories and poems. 
W. T. Adams, ed. [Vol. i.] 611. 14 

Packard, Alpheus S.,_;>. Zoology for high 
schools and colleges. 3625.24 

Peebles, Mary L. {Lynde Palmer.) Jeannette's 
cisterns. [Juvenile.] 436-3 

Roe, Edward P. Without a home. 2187.1 

Rosemary and Rue. [Round-robin ser.] 2178.28 

Rousselet, Louis. The two cabin boys. 424.21 

Sawyer, Frederick W. Hits and hints. 1724.4 

Scoones, W. Baptiste, ed. Four centuries of 
English letters, selections from the correspond- 
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Stephens, Charles A. The Knockabout club 
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to 1852. 2715.26 

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Trowbridge, John T. The pocket rifle. [Juve- 
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Tuthill, Louisa C. Romantic Belinda. 427.21 

Verne, Jules. The giant raft. (Parti.) Eight 
hundred leagues on the Amazon. Illus. 21 17.7 

Warner, Susan. The letter of credit. 2176.22 

Winsor, Justin, ed. The memorial history of 
Boston. Vol. 3. 2742.7 

^^ise, Daniel. ThornclifFe hall. 427.19 

Woolsey, Sarah C. {Susan Coolidffe.^ Cross 
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3618.29 

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Renaissance. (Conclusion.) 

Part IV. — biography. 

Since the publication of the list on the literary history of the Renaissance, Symonds's work 
has been cornpleted by the addition of two volumes upon Italian literature, which form volumes 
four and five of 2732.51. 



Gregorovius, F. Lucrezia Borgia. Nach 
Urkunden und Correspondenzen ihrer eigenen 
Zeit. Stuttgart, 1874. 2 v. in i. Plate. Fac- 
similes. 8°. 2746.20 

This work contains many important documents. "The 
latest and most precise notices on the genealogy of the 
Borgias." — Villari. 

The commonly accepted views of Lucrezia Borgia's 
character, it is said, are largely derived from Burchard, 
Guicciardini, Matarazzo, Pontano, and Sannazzaro, The 
epigramma ic satires of the last two, it is thought, contrib- 
uted largely to the popular accounts, Guicciardini especially 
showing their influence. Later historians have modified 
the harsh views of the earlier biographers. Gilbert [4746.14] 
and Gregorovius both write from more favorable stand- 
points ; the latter had the use of previously inedited docu- 
ments, and made extensive researches among the archives 
of different cities. Gregorovius also treats of the Borgia 
family in his " Gesch. der Stadt Rom.," v. 7 [4214.50], which 
is reviewed under the title of " The Borgias and their latest 
historian," in the North British rev., v. 53, p. 35 [*S309-"-S3] i 
also in Littell, 4th ser., v. 21, p. 259 [*3i7i.so.2i]. For 
researches in regard to the genealogy of the Borgias, see 
Cittadella's " Saggio di albero genealogico e di memorie 
sulla famiglia Borgia." Torino, 1872. [Ordered.] 

Greswell, W. P. Memoirs of Politianus, Picus 
of Mirandula, Sannazarius, Bembus, Fracasto- 
rius, Flaminius, and the Amalthei. 2d ed. Man- 
chester, 1805. 8°. 2743.20 

For Poliziano see note under Meiners in this list. Tliere 
is a life of Pico della Mirandola in English by Mrs. Shelley 
[398. 1. 1 ], also a sketch by Pater in his" Studies of the Renais- 
sance" [4070.55; 4077.70]. See also Symonds [2722.51]. 
Consult the last for Sannazzaro. 

Grimm, H. Life of Michael Angelo. Tr. 4th 
ed. B., 1869. 2 V. Portr. 12°. 8067.12 

See also the note in the Boston Public Library History 
catalogue ; and under Buonarroti in this list. 

Guarino da Verona, humafiist, 1370-1460. See 
Rosmini, C. de'. 

Guidobaldo, I, duca di Urbino, 1472-1508. See 
Bembo ; — Dennistoun. 



Heaton, M. M., and Black, C. C Leonardo 
da Vinci and his works. Consisting of a life by 
Mrs. C. W. Heaton, an essay on his literary and 
scientific works by C. C. Black. L., 1874. 
Photog. 80. *4074.5i 

A popular account; see also Houssaye. 

Hettner, H. Italienische Studien. Zur Ge- 
schichte der Renaissance. Braunschweig, 1879. 
8°. 2723.61 

Houssaye, A. Histoire de L. de Vinci. P., 
1869. Portr. 8°.- 8065.3 

Houssaye's life is considered the most complete and satis* 
factory account; the appendix contains a list of authorities- 
Mrs. Heaton's [4074.51] life in English also gives authori- 
ties. Rio's is a valuable account [4079.11] ; see also his 



" De I'art Chretien " [4075.2]. Cldment treats of Da Vinci 
as an artist, in comparison with Michael Angelo and 
Raphael. Crowe and Cavalcaselle give a valuable account. 
See also Campori's " Nouveaux documents" in Gazette des 
beaux-arts, v. 20 [*73ioa.so.2o]. Landon [S061.SI gives 
outline illustrations from his paintings. Blanc [0080.15] 
gives a list of his works, and of authorities. His con- 
nection with the Renaissance is considered in Symonds 
[2722.51.3]; also in Pater [4079.55; 4077.70]. Consult 
further his treatise on painting [4064.14, English; 4061.1, 
Italian]. RigoUot [4066.50] contains a list of Da \ inci's 
works. In regard to his scientific achievements, consult 
Libri [4275.20.3]. 

Jansen, A. Leben und Werke des Malers 
Giovannantonio Bazzi von Vercelli, genannt il 
Soddoma. Stuttgart, 1870. 8°. 8065.57 

There is an account of Bazzi, by Vischer, with illustra- 
tions from his works, in Dohme's " Kunst und Kiinstler des 
Mittelalters und der Neuzeit," 2te Abth., iter B., no. 30 
[S072.55] ; al^o in Keane's English transl.of Dohme[So72.6o] ; 
an essay by Frizzoni, in the Nuova Antologia, Agosto, 1S71 



from his painting. Bruzzi's " Notizie " in tlie "Miscel- 
lanea di storia italiana," v. i [4712.1], conUiin results of 
investigations regarding the place of his birth, and his family 
name. 



48 



1882. 

Julius II, pope. See Brosch. 

Koerting, G. Boccaccio's Leben und Werke. 
Lpz., 1880. [Gesch. d. Lit. Italiens imZeitalter 
der Renaissance. B. 2.] 8°. 2774.51.2 

— Petrarca's Leben und Werke. Lpz., 1S78. 
[Gesch. d. Lit. Italiens ini Zeitalter der Renais- 
sance. B. I.] 8°. 2774.51. 1 

Leti, G. Vita di Cesare Borgia. Con note 
di M. Fabi. Milano, 1853. ^^°- 2749.31 

See also Gregorovius, and Tomasi. His relation to 
Italian politics is discussed in Svraonds's " Age of the 
despots" [2722.51.:]; also in Villari's " Niccol6 Machia- 
velli" [274751.1]. 

Lomonaco, F. Opcre. Lugano, 1831-37. 9 v. 
12°. 2788.11 

Contains " Vite de' famosi capitani d' Italia; Vite degli 
eccellenti italiani." For full list of contents, see Bates Hall 
catalogue. 

Machiavelli, Niccolo, author and politician, 
1469-1527. iSee Baldelli ; — Villari, 

Maehly, J. Angelus Politianus. Ein Cultur- 
bild aus der Renaissance. Lpz. ,1864. 16". 2749.61 

Malagola, C. Delia vita e delle opere di 
Antonio Urceo detto Codro, studi e ricerche. 
Bologna, 1878. 8°. 2744.59 

Contains a list of authorities, and a study of the literary 
history of Bologna during the Renaissance. The revival 
of classical study in Italy is also considered. There is a 
chapter on Urceo in Synionds's "Revival of learning" 
[2722.51.3]; also a sketch in Burckhardt, v. i [2723.53.1]; 
the relations of Urceo with Aldus are set forth in Didot 
[2112.31] 

Malespini, Antonio Giacomini Tebalducci. 
See Nardi ; — Pitti. 

Manetti, Giannozzo, orator and scholar, 1396- 
1459. Vita Nicolai v. pontificis. (/« Muratori. 
Rer. Ital. script., v. 3, pt. 2.) *27io.i.3 

Consult Ranke's "Lives of the popes"; and Miintz's 
" Les arts a la cour des papes " [2953.61.4]. 

— 5ee Naldi ; — Vespasiano da Bisticci. 
Marsigli, Luigi, Floretitine humanist, about 

1330-1394. See Reumont. Briefe heiliger Ita- 
liener. 

Mazzuchelli, G. La vita di Pietro Aretino. 
Padova, 1741. Portr. 16°. 2749.4 

See also " Documenti inediti su P. Aretino " in Archiv. 
stor. ital., ser. 3 a, v. 3, pt. 3 [5255.1.3]. 

Medici, Lorenzo de', Florentine prince and 
patron of literature, 1448-1492. " Lettere al som. 
pont. Innocenzio viii, e piv altre di personaggi 
illvstri toscani. Firenze, 1830. 8°. 2744.12 

— See Buser ; — Fabroni ; — Reumont ; — Ros- 
coe ; — Valori. 

Meiners, C. Lebensbeschreibungen beruhm- 
ter Manner aus den Zeiten der Wiederherstellung 
der Wissenschaften. Zurich, 1795-97. 3 v. 8°. 

4156.6 

Contains biographies of Giovanni da Ravenna, Pico della 
Mirandola, Pohziano, etc. 

Mencke, F. O. Historia vitae et in literas 
meritorum A. Politiani. Lipsiae, 1736. Illus. 4°. 

2745.30 

Mezi^res, A. P^trarque. Etude d'apres de 
nouveaux documents. P., 1868. 8°. [Ordered.] 

Milan, Italy. See Giovio. 

Minutoli, C. Francesco Burlamacchi. Storia 
lucchese del secolo xvi. Nuova ed. Lucca, 
1863. 8°. 4745-28 

See also documents in Giornale storico degli archivi tos- 
cani, v. 4, pp. 309-317 [5265.39.4]. 

Monzani, C. Di Leonardo Bruni Aretino, 
discorso. (/« Archiv. Stor. ital., n. s., t. 5., pt. i, 
pp. 29-59; pt. 2, pp. 3-34.) *5255.i-5 



RENAISSANCE 

Naldi, N., 1420-1470. Vita Jannotii Manetti, 
1396-1459. {In Muratori. Rer. Ital. script., v. 

20.) *2720.1.20 

Nardi, J., Italian historian and statestnan, 
1476-1555. Vita d'Antonio Giacomini Tebalducci 
Malespini. Fiorenza, 1597. 4°. *2745.3 

Nicolas v., pope. See Manettij^ G. ; — Ves- 
pasiano da Bisticci. 

Nisard, M. E. C. Les gladiateurs de la r^pu- 
blique des lettres aux xve-xviie siecles. P., i860. 
2 -f. 8°. * 2256.10 

Relates to the literary quarrels of Filelfo, Poggio, and 
others. 

Oliphant, Margaret O. W. The makers of 
Florence: Dante, Giotto, Savonarola. L., 1876. 
Portr. Illus. 8°. 2746.55 

Paleario, Aonio, modern Latin poet and 
reformer, d. 1570. See Young, M. 

Palestrina, Giovanni Battista Pietro Aloisio 
da, musical composer, 1524-1594. See Baini, G. 

Palmieri, M., Florentine historian, 1405-1475. 
De vita et rebus gestis N. Acciajoli, 1310-1366. 
(/« Muratori. Rer. Ital. script., v. 13.) *27io.i.i3 

Panormita, A. B., humanist, 1394-1471. Al- 
fonsi regis dictorum ac factorum libri quatuor. 
Pisis, 1485. 4°. 

This edition is very rare; the work has been many times 
reprinted. Panormita was attached to the Court of Alfonso, 
in official capacities. He was a great favorite with the latter. 

Panvinio, O., Italian historian, I529-I568. 
Pontificvm Romanorvm vitae, a Xysto iv. papa, 
vsque ad Pivm v. (/« Sacchi, B. de' S. Historia 
de vitis pontificvm Romanorvm, pp. 341-472. 
Colonise Vbiorvm, 1600.) *6o8i.a 

Passavant, J. D. Rafael von Urbino und sein 
Vater G. Santi. Lpz., 1839. 2 v. 8°. , 4065.4 

— Raphael d'Urbin et son pere. Ed. fran- 
(jaise, refaite, et aug. par I'auteur sur la trad, de J. 
Lunteschutz. P., i860. Portr. 2 v. 8". 

4068.11 

— Raphael of Urbino and his father. Illus. 
L., 1872. L. 8°. *A.220.x 

Passavant's work, which, in the preface, characterizes the 
authorities, is considered the chief biography of Raphael. 
Chiatremere de Qiiincy's " Life " is the most valuable 
ofearlier lives [8068.32'; 4065.1; 543.12; 835.7I. Rumohr's 
" Itaiienische Forschungen," Vol. 3, is devoted to a study of 
Raphael and his contemporaries [407C).6o.3]. Of the works 
of later date than Passavant's, Springers " Raffael und 
Michelangelo" [*4o6i.39], Miintz's "Raphael" [S073.62; in 
English [8072.64], are tlie most important. Swcetser's is a 
concise popular account [4069.18]. For his relations to the 
Renaissance, consult Symonds's " Fine arts " [2722.51.3]. 
For studies of his works, there are Gruyer's " Essai sur les 
fresques de R. au Vatican" [4066.28], with illustrations; 
"Les vierges de Raphael" [8065.11] ;" Raphael et I'anti- 
quit^ " [8065.60] ; Lloyd's " Christianity in the cartoons " 
[4066.44J. Springer also contains studies and illustrations, 
some of^them from original drawings. The Tosti collection 




gallery [T. C. 3.1J. Kochler's " Polychrome Meistenverke " 
[C. C. la.i] has fine colortd illustrations. 

For Italian accounts of Raphael see Vasari ; Dolce's " Dia- 



logo della pittura" [4064.12] ; Armenino [4067.37); Lomazro 
[4072.^]; Borghini [4089.15J. For new biographical and 
critical sketches consult Index to the Gazette des beaux 
arts [73ioa.5i], and for volumes subsequent to the index, 
the manuscript index, at Bates Hall desk. 

Paul II, pope. See CannesiOj M. ; — Caspar da 
Verona. 

Peruzzi, L. Ricordi sulla vita di F. Petrarca 
e di Madonna Laura, scritti da L. Peruzzi loro 
contemporaneo. Bologna, 1866. [Romagnoli, 
G., ed. Scelta di curiositk letterarie. Disp. 69.] 
16°. 4762.1. 15 



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RENAISSANCE 

Petrarca, Francesco. See Baldelli, G. B. ; — 
Campbell, T. ; — Crespan, G. ; — Geiger, L. ; — 
Koerting, G. ; — Mezieres, A. ; — Peruzzi, L. ; 

— Reeve, H. ;— Villani, F. 

Piccinino, Niccolo, Italian condottiere, 1375- 
1444. See Decembiio, P. C. ; — Porcellio, P. 

Pico della Mirandola, Giovanni, Italian phi- 
losopher^ 1463-1494. See Greswell, W. P. ; — 
Meiners. 

Pico della Mirandola, Giovanni F. loannis 
Pici MiranduliE vfta. (/« Pico della Mirandola, 
G. Opera, ff. 1-19. Argentinse, 1504.) *4i8i.3 

Pitti, J. Vita di A. Giacomini, con annotazi- 
oni, e precedute da un discorso di C. Monzani. 
(/« Archiv. stor. ital., t. 4, pt. 2, pp. 73-270.) 

*5245-2-4 
Pius II. De viris illustribus. Stuttgardia;, 

1842. [Bibliothek des literarischen Vereins, B. 

I.] 8°. *4225.i.i 

Short biographies of contemporaries. 

— In A. Panormitse De dictis ac factis Alphonsi 
Arragonum regis libros quatuor comnientaria. 
(/« his Opera, IF. 472-499. Basileze, 1551.) 

*4790.io 

— See Campano, G. A. ; — Voigt, G. 
Platina, B. See Sacchi, B. de', called Platina. 
Plethon, Georgios Gemistos, Platonic philoso- 
pher, Jl. 1350-1450. See Schultze. 

Ploncher, A. Delia vita e delle opere di 
L. Castelvetro. Conegliano, 1880. [Ordered.] 

Poggio Bracciolini, Giovanni Francesco, hu- 
manist, 1380-1459. See Nisard ; — Shepherd. 

Poggio Bracciolini, Jacopo, 1441-1478. Vita 
di F. Scolari. Trad, da B. Fortini. {In Archiv. 
stor. ital., t. 4, pt. i, pp. 163-184.) *5245.2.4 

Polidori, F. L., ed. Vite di illustri italiani 
in^dite o rare, con illus. Firenze, 1843, 53. 2 v. 
(/« Archiv. stor. ital., t. 4, pt. i, 2.) *5245.2.4 

A compilation of contemporary biographies; including 
several lives by Vespasiano. 

Poliziano, Angelo Ambrogini, Italian poet, 
1454-1494. See Del Lungo, I. ; — Fabroni, A. ; 

— Greswell; — Maehlj, J.; — Meiners, C. ; — 
Mencke, F. O. 

Pomponazzo, Pjetro. See Ferri, L. 
Pontano, Giovanni Gioviano, modern Latiti 
author, 1426-1503. See Tallarigo, M. 

Popes. See Panvinio, O. ; — Ranke, F. L. v. ; 

— Sacchi, B. de'. 

Porcellio, P., Italian writer, i^th century. 
Commentaria comitis J. Picinini, 1452, 53. (/« 
Muratori. Rer. Ital. script., v. 20, 25.) 

*2720.I.20,25 

Prendilacqua, F. Intorno alia vita di Vittorino 
da Feltre. Dialogo. Tr. e annotato dal prof. 
G. Brambilla. Como, 1871. Portr. 8°. 2744.57 

See also an article in Macmillan, "A schoolmaster of the 
Renaissance," v. 32, p. 509 [*7324.i.32]. 

Pulci, L., Italian -poet, 1431-1487. Lettere a 
Lorenzo il magnifico e ad altri. Lucca, 1868. 8°. 

[Ordered.] 

See also, regarding Pulci, a chapter in Reumont's " L. de' 
Medici," and chapter in Symonds's " Renaissance." 

Rambaldoni, Vittore dei, called Vittorino da 
Feltre, Italian instructor, 1379-1447. See Pren- 
dilacqua, F. ; — Rosmini, C. de'. 

Ranke, F. L. von. Historisch-biographische 
Studien. Lpz., 1877. 8°. 2744.61 

Essays on Savonarola, Filippo Strozzi and Cosmo de' 
Medici, etc. 



January, 

Ranke, F. L. von, continued. 

— Die romischen Papste, im i6ten und i7ten 
Jahrhundert. 2te Aufl. Berlin, 1838, 39. 3 V. 8°. 

6074.14 

— Same. 4te Aufl. Berlin, 1854-57. 3 v- 8°. 

555710 
English translations: Glasgow, 1851, a v. [♦♦G.31Q.4] ; 
London, 1841, 3 v. [1085.19]; Phila., 1841, 3 v. [SSS2-S2j ; 
London, 1850, 3 v. [838.1]. 

Raphael. See Santi, Raffaello da Urbino. 

Reeve, H. Petrarch. Phila., 1878. [Foreign 
classics for English readers.] 12°. 1549-39 

Reumont, Alfred von. Lorenzo de' Medici, il 
magnifico. Lpz., 1874. 2 v. 8°. 2746.19 

— Lorenzo de' Medici the magnificent. 
Tr. L., 1876. 2 V. 8". 2746.22 

This, which contains information upon the history of 
Italy and Florence to the death of Lorenzo in 1492, is more 
discriminating than Roscoe's adulatory biography, for a long 
time considered the standard life for English readers. 

— ed. Briefe heiliger und gottesfiirchtiger 
Italiener gesammelt und erlautert. Freiburg iin 
Breisgau, 1877. S". 2746.69 

Among others, there are letters of Marsigli, Savonarola, 
Vittoria Colonna, and Traversari. 

Roscoe, Mrs. Henry. Vittoria Colonna : her 
life and poems. L., 1868. Portrs. 8°. 4749.15 

This is the most complete work available to English 
readers. Sketches may be found in Mrs. Jameson's " Lives 
of the poets" [657S.27;' 2558.16] ; Yonge's "Biographies of 
good women " [^249.55] ; and a more extended account in 
Trollope's " Italian women " [2746.14]. The Italian biogra- 
phies in this Library are Rota's [4746.8], prefacing a collec- 
tion of her poems; and Visconti's [2771. iSJ, also with poems. 
Visconti, who was connected with the Colonna family by 
marriage, had the advantage of access to the Colonna 
archives, and his work is pronounced a careful compilation. 
See also Reumont's " Briefe heiliger und gottesfiirchtiger 
Italiener," and lives of Michel Angelo. 

Roscoe, W. Illustrazioni storico-critiche alia 
sua Vita di L. de' Medici. Firenze, 1823. 2 v. 
8°. 274528 

— Life and pontificate of Leo the tenth. 
4th ed. L. 1846. 2 V. Portr. 8". 3552.8 

— Same. 5th ed. L.,1846. 2 v. Portr. 8°. 818.2 

— Life ofL. de' Medici. Revised by T. Roscoe. 
loth ed. L., 1851. Portr. 8°. 818.6 

Other editions: ist Amer. Phil., 1803. 3V. [4746.7]; 
N. Y., 1842 [543.11]; London, 1S46 [**G.205.i7]. 

The value of this work is prejudiced, by the author's par- 
tiality. His work "Illustrations historical and critical of 
the life of L. de' Medici " was written in reply to adverse 
criticisms by Sismondi, and others. See note under Reumont. 

— Vita di L. de' Medici. 2a ed. Pisa, 1816. 
4 V. 16°. 2745.27 

— Vita e pontificato di Leone x. Tr. dal conte 
L. Bossi. Milano, 1816, 17. 12 v. 8°. 2745.22 

Rosmini, C. de'. Idea dell' ottimo precettore 
nella vita e disciplina di V. da Feltre e de' suoi 
discepoli. Bassano, 1801. 4 V. 8°. [Ordered.] 

— Vita di Francesco Filelfo da Tolentino. 
Milano, 1808. 3 v. Portrs. 8°. 2744.58 

This is the chief biography of Filelfo. See in Nisard's 
" Les gladiateurs de la r^publique des lettres " [2256.10] for 
an account of his quarrels with Poggio and other writers ; 
and for an estimate of his literary qualities, consult Sy- 
monds's, "Revival of learning" and "Italian literature" 
[2722.51]. 

— Vita e disciplina di Guarino Veronese e de' 
suoi discepoli. Brescia, 1856. 3 V. 8". [Ordered.] 

Sacchi, Bartolommeo de', called Platina, Ital- 
ian historian, 1421-1481. Liber de vita Christi 
ac pontificum omniH. [Colophon : — Nuren- 
berge, 1481.] F°. *6o8i.i 

Title-page granting. 



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RENAISSANCE 



Sacchi, Bartolommeo de', continued. 

— Historia de vitis pontificvm Romanorvm, 
vsqve ad Pavlvm ii. Coloniae Vbiorvm, 1600. 
40. *6o8i.2 

Sannazzaro, Jacopo, modern Latin poet, 1458- 
1530. ^Sf-c Greswell ; Tallarigo. 

Santi or Sanzio, Raffaello da Urbino. See 
Passavant; — Springer. 

Sanuto, M., Italian historian, 1466-1535. 
Ragguagli suUa vita e sulle opere di M. Sanuto. 
Venezia, 1837, 38. 3 v. 8°. 4196.9 

This work, which is of great value, was compiled hy 
Rawdon Brown, who has spent fiftv years in Venice, in the 
study of the history and life of the Venetians. 

The Polybiblion for April, 1S78, announces that inedited 
documents of Sanuto are to be published by subscription 
In Venice. They relate especially to the visit of Charles 
VIII to Venice in 1494. 

— Vitae ducum Venetorum, 421-1493. (/« 
Muratori. Rer Ital. script., v. 22.) *2720.i.22 

Savonarola, Girolamo (Maria Francesco Mat- 
teo). 1452-149S. See Cappelli, A. ; — Oliphant, 
M. O. W. ; — Ranke, F. L. von ; — Reumont, A. 
von ; — Viliari, P. 

Schultze, F. G. G. Plethon und seine re- 
formatorischen Bestrebungen. Jena, 1S74. (/« 
Geschichte der Philos. der Renaissance, v. i.) 
8°. 5602.73.1 

For account of his works consult Ueberweg's " History 
of philosophy " [3462.50.2]. See also Symonds's " Revival of 
learning" [2722.51.2], and Vast's " Le cardinal Bessarion " 
[3SS3.S']- 

Scolari, Filippo. See Poggio Bracciolini, J. 

Sforza, Francesco Alessandro, dtica di Milano, 
1401-1466. See Aleardo, F. ; — Crivelli, L. ; — 
Decembrio, P. C. ; — Simonetta, G. ; — Steger, F. 

The contemporary accounts or notices of F. Sforza are 
by Aleardo, Decembrio. and Simonetta. See further in 
Symonds's " Renaissance." 

Shepherd, W. Life of Poggio Bracciolini. 
[2d ed.] Liverpool, 1837. 8°. 543.8; 2745.12 

This is the only full biography in English. Tonelli, the 
editor of the Italian edition, made many additions and cor- 
rections based upon a study of new documents. Tonelli also 
edited a complete edition of his letters. There is a collection 
of his letters in Mai, " Spicilegium," v. i [3954.51. i]. See 
further regarding him Symonds's " Revival of learning " and 
"Italian literature" [2722.51]. 

— Vita di Poggio Bracciolini, trad, da T. 
Tonelli. Firenze, 1825. 2 v. 8°. 2742.61 

Signorelli, Luca, Italian painter, 1440-1525. 
See Vischer. 

Simonetta, G., Italian historian, d. 1491. 
Historia de rebus gestis Francisci primi Sfortiae 
vicecomitis, 1421-1466. (/« Muratori. Rer. Ital. 
script., V. 21.) *2720.i.2i 

Simonetta was attached to the court of Francesco Sforza, 
and he relates events of which he was an eye-witness. See 
Villari's " Machiavelli," v. i, p. 191. 

Springer, A. Raffael und Michelangelo. Lpz., 
1878. Illus. Plates. 4". *4o6i.39 

Forms B. 2, 2te Abth., of Dohme's Kunst und Kiinstler 
des Mittclalters " [8072.55]. 

Steger, F. Geschichte F. Sforza's und der 
italienischen Condottieri. Lpz., 1853. 8°. 2744.16 

Strozzi, Filippo, 1489-1538. See Ranke, F. L. 
von;— Trollope, T. A. 

Strozzi, L. La vita di F. Strozzi, scritta da 
suofratello. (/« Grajvius. Thes. antiq. Ital., t. 8, 
pt. 2.) *47lo.i.8 

Tallarigo, M. Giovanni Pontano e i suoi 
tempi. Roma, 1871. 8°. [Ordered.] 

Titian. See Vecellio, Tiziano, 



Tomasi, T. La vita di Cesare Borgia. Monte 
Chiaro, 1671. 4°. 

Traversari, A., modern Latin author, d. 1439. 
See Reumont, A. von, ed. 

Trollope, T. A. Filippo Strozzi. A history 
of the last days of the old Italian liberty. L., 
i86o. Portr. 8°. 4746.10 

See also regarding Strozzi in Gervinus's " Historische 
Schriften." 

Tuscany. See Elogj degli uomini illustri tos- 
cani. 

Umbria. See Fabretti, A. 

Urbino, //a/y. 5e^ Dennistoun. 

Urceo, Antonio, called Codro or Codrus di' 
huma7iist, 1446-1500. See Malagola, C. 

Valle, G. della. Lettere sanesi sopra le belle 
arti. Venezia, 1785, 86. 3 v. 4°. 

Valori, N. Vita di Lorenzo de' Medici. (/« 
Buonaccorsi, B. Diario. Firenze, 1568.) "'2744.8 

This was written soon after the death of Lorenzo, before 
the downfall of tlie Medici, and is, consequently, a flattering 
notice. 

Vast, H. Le cardinal Bessarion (1403-1472). 
Etude sur la Chrdtiente et la Renaissance. P., 
1878. 8°. 3553.51 

Vecellio, Tiziano {_Eng. Titian), 1477-1576. 
See Crowe, J. A. 

Venice. See Egnazio, J. ; Sanuto, M. 

Vergerio, Pietro Paolo, 1349-1420. Vitae Car- 
rariensium principum, ad annum circ. MCCCLV. 
(/« Muratori. Rer. Ital. script., v. 16.) *272o.i.i6 

Vermiglioli, G. B. La vita e le imprese mili- 
tari di Malatesta iv. Baglioni. Con note, e docu- 
ments Perugia, 1839. 8°. 2744.1 

There is a contemporary life in Fabretti's " Capitani ven- 
turieri, dell' Umbria," v. 4 [2743. 13.4] . Matarazzo's " Cronaca" 
[5245.2.16, pt. 2] deals largely with the history of the Baeii- 
oni family. See also an article on Rimini in Symonds's 
" Sketches" [2769.69]. 

Vespasiano, da Bisticci. Commentario della 
vita di Giannozzo Manetti, aggiuntevi altre vite 
inedite. Torino, 1862. [CoUezione di opere 
inedite o rare.] 12°. 4762a.20.2 

Contains Letters of Manetti, to the condottiere N. Picci- 
nino. Manetti was pontifical secretary under Nicholas v, 
and later was secretary to Alfonso of Naples. " The ' Com- 
mentario' must be distinguished from tne short 'Vita' of 
Manetti by the same author, in which frequent reference is 
made to the former. Vespasiano was on intimate terms 
with Manetti, and in the biography tried to draw an ideal 
picture of a statesman for degenerate Florence. Ves. 
pasiano is Naldi's [2710.1.20] authority." — Burckhardt. 
See also Symonds's " Revival of learning," and " Italian 
literature." 

— Eugenii iv et Nicolai v, pontificum Ro- 
manorum vitae. (/« Muratori. Rer. Ital. script., 

V. 25.) '»2720.1.25 

— Vite di uomini illustri del secolo xv. 
(/« Mai. Spicilegium Romanum, t. 1. Romae, 
1839.) *2954-5i.i 

— Same. Firenze, 1859. ^2°. [Ordered.] 

Valuable as a contemporary work. The writer was a 
Florentine dealer in books, and in these biographies gives 
an account of his relations with the men of letters, lovers ot 
literature, and collectors of libraries of his time. Burckhardt 
used this book as a basis for a chapter on the revival of 
antiquity. 

Villani, Filippo, Florentine historian. Liber de 
civitatis Florentia; famosis civibus ex codice 
Mediceo Laurentiano nunc primum editus, cura 
G. C. Gailetti. Firenze, 1847. 8". [Ordered.] 

An edition of the Latin text of Villani's work on famous 
Florentine citizens, which differs in important respects from 
the Italian codex. See Archiv. stor. ital., 1848, app., t. 6, 
P-43o[SaSS-»]- 



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January, 



Villani, Filippo, continued. 

— Le vite d'uomini illustri fiorentini. Colle 
annotazioni del conte G. Mazzuchelli. Venezia, 
1747. 40. . 2742.7 

— Same. Ed. 2a. Firenze, 1826. 8°. 4196.8 

— Same^ Ed una cronica inedita, con illus- 
trazioni del cav. F. G. Dragomanni. Firenze, 
1847. 8°. 2725.3 

Burckhardt says of the subjects of the lives by Villani that 
"They are men of every calling- : poets, jurists, physicians, 
scholars, artists, statesmen, and soldiers, some of them then 
still living. Florence is here treated like a gifted familv, in 
which all the members are noticed in whom the spirit of the 
house expresses itself vigorously." 

— Vitae Dantis, Petrarchae et Boccaccii. 
Florentiae, 1826. 8° 2800.14 

Villari, P. The history of Savonarola and of 
his times. Trans. L., 1863. 2 v. 8°. 2746.6 

— La storia di Girolamo Savonarola e de' 
suoi tempi. Firenze, 1859, ^^- 2 v. 12°. 3556.24 

The first considerable biography of Savonarola was 
by Perrens [4749.51]. The author collected important material 
from the archives. It is thought by some critics to be defi- 
cient in arrangement, although Burckhardt says that it is 
" perhaps the most systematic and sober of all the many 
works upon the subject." Villari's work is, however, gener- 
ally held to be the most complete biography. Among the 
early biographies to which Villari was indebted were: 
Barsanti's " Vita," Livorno, 17S2, wrhich is largely polemical 
in character, being a reply to attacks made in a work by 
Rastrelli, published at Geneva in 1781 ; Rudelbach's work in 
German, published at Hamburg in i8?5, which is more a study 
of his writings than a biography, and is credited with having 
produced a favorable opinion of Savonarola in Germany; 
and Meier, whose work, published at Berlin, 1S36, failed to 
examine carefuUv, it is said, important documents to which 
he had access, t'adre Marchese, a Dominican monk of St. 
Mark, embodied in his " Storia di S. Marco," afterwards 
printed in his " Scritti vari " [476T.6], all the documents 
which that convent contained regarding Savonarola, which, 
with his comments, made a valuable contribution to a knowl- 
edge of his personal character. A synopsis of this work is 
contained in "S.Marco illustrate" [4720.50]. There are 
contemporary accounts by Burlamacchi [3556.18,19] and 
Pico della Mirandola, both of whom were personal friends 
of Savonarola. The " Archivio storico italiano " has printed 
important documents regarding Savonarola, for which see 
the "Indices" [5245.1]. George Eliot's "Romola" has 
Savonarola for the central figTire. Symonds and Burckhardt 
both discuss his life and character. 

— Geschichte Girolamo Savonarola's und 
seiner Zeit. Uebersetzt von M. Berduschek. 
Lpz., 1868. 2 V. 8°. 4745.11 



Villari, P., continued. 

— Niccolo Machiavelli and his times. Tr., 
bj L. Villari. L., 1878. 2 v. 8°. 2747.51 

Volume one is devoted to a study of the revival of liter- 
ature and the political state of Italy, during the Renaissance. 
Reviewed by J. A. Symonds in Academy, Dec, 7, 1S78 
[7390a. 2]. Another volume is to appear. Machiavelli has 
been the subject of numerous essays, etc., but this is the 
only full biography in English. 

— Macchiavelli e i suoi tempi. Firenze, 1877. 
8°. [Ordered.] 

Reviewed in " Archivio storico italiano," 1S78, p. 393. 

Vinci, Lionardo da, fainter., sculptor, and 
architect, 1452-1519. See Amoretti, C. ; — 
Heaton, M. M. ; — Houssaje, A. 

Vischer, R. Luca Signorelli und die italie- 
nische Renaissance. Lpz., 1879. 8"- 8065.55 

Also in Dohme's " Kunstund Kiinstler des Mittelalters " 
[S072.55], and transl. by Keane [8072.60]. Concerning 
Signorelli, see Symonds's " Fine arts " [2732.51.3]. Engrav- 
ings from his paintings, in the Duomo at Or%-ieto are con- 
tained in Valle's " Storia del Duomo di Orvieto " [D. 3. N. 
2]. Symonds, in an article on Orvieto in his " Sketches in 
Italy and Greece" [2769.59], criticises these frescoes. See 
also" articles in the " Gazette des beaux-arts," the Index 
of which is on 73ioa.5i. 

Visconti, Filippo Maria, duca di Milano, 1391- 
1447. See Decembrio. P. C. 

Visconti family. See Giovio, P. 

Vittorino da Feltre. See Rambaldoni, Vittore 
dei. 

Voigt, G. Enea Silvio de' Piccolomini, als 
Pabst Pius der Zweite, und sein Zeitalter. Berlin, 
1856-63. 3 v. 8°. 3553.52 

There is a contemporary account of Pius 11 in Muratori 
v. 3 [2710.1.3]. See also Miintz, " Les arts jk la cour des 
papes " [2953.61.4,9]. See an article by Creighton, in Mac- 
niillan, v. 37, p. 113, 294 [7324.1.37]. 

Wilson, C. H. Life and works of Michelan- 
gelo Buonarroti. Life partly compiled from that 
by C. A. Gotti. L., 1876. Portr. 8°. 4074.68 

Largely an incorrect translation of Gotti's " Vita di M. B." 
[4074.73]. Contains technical studies of the frescoes in the 
Sistine chapel. See under Buonarroti, in this list. 

Young, M. Life and times of Aonio Paleario. 
L., i860. 2 v. 8°. 2745.13 



Indexes to Periodical Literature. 

In the Handbook for Readers, published by the Library in 1S79, and in earlier editions of the 
same book, can be found a List of the principal Periodicals in the Library, which have general 
indexes. As these contain the titles of on\y a portion of the Indexes in the Library at the 
present time, it has been thought best to print a new and enlarged List. 

Recently Published Periodicals. 

A list in manuscript of articles selected from recent numbers of periodicals has been made, from 
month to month, for several years at this Library. This is only a partial list, however, the pressure 
of other work having prevented its regular continuation. 



United States Congressio7ial Documents. 

The Index of these documents, begun under the superintendence of the late Professor Charles 
C. Jewett, and printed to the year 1863 in the two volumes of Catalogues of the Bates Hall Col- 
lection, has since that time been continued in manuscript on cards, with which have been embodied, 
in a greatly enlarged form, the contents of the printed lists referred to. The whole forms a col- 
lection of more than forty thousand titles, which are accessible to readers. 

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INDEXES TO PERIODICALS 



The collection of congressional documents in the Boston Public Library, based on the col- 
lection made bv Peter Force and Edward Everett, and generously increased by the friends of the 
Library, is believed to be unrivalled. 

Parliamentary Sessional Papers of Great Britain. 

The Index of these papers, from 1807 to 1865, can be found in the two printed volumes of the 
Bates Hall Catalogue. Subsequent papers have been partially indexed by this Library ; the 
unfinished portion can be found in the indexes published yearly by the British government. An 
index of the papers for 1870 to 1878-9 forms volume 83, part i, of the documents for 1880. Indexes of 
subjects selected from the sessional papers from 1876 to 1879 are given in the Library Bulletins for 
July, 1878, January and April, 1880, and October, 1881, and it is intended to continue these indexes 
in the Bulletins whenever new documents are received. 



Agriculture. See Maine ; — Massachusetts ; — 
Royal agr. soc. ; — United States. 

American almanac, 1830-61. B., 1830-61. 
32 V. 12°. 4389.25; **A.ii8. 1 ; **G.3o8.i 

The volumes for 1S39, 49, 59, contain indexes. 

American cyclopaedia [Appleton's]. A general 
and analytical index. By T. J. Conant and 
BlandinaConant. N.Y., 1878. 8°. 

Bates Hall Desk 

Each volume of the "Annual cyclopaedia," also found 
at the Bates Hall Desk, contains an index. 

American journal of pharmacy. General in- 
dex, Dec, 1825, to Nov., 1870. Compiled by Hans 
M. Wilder. Phila., 1873. 8°. *7788.5o 

American journal of science and arts. New 
Haven, 1819-80. 8 v. 8°. *5i64.i 

General index. "Vol. i-jo, 1819-45, in vol. 50. 2d series. 
Vol. i-io, 1846-50, in vol. 10; vol. 11-20, 1851-55, in vol. 20; 
vol. 21-30, 1856-^, in vol. 30; vol. 31-40, 1861-65, in vol. 40; 
vol. 41-50, 1866-70, in vol. 50. 3d series. Vol. i-io, 1871-75 in 
vol. 10; vol. 11-20, 1876-80, in vol. 20. 

American jurist, The, and law magazine. 
General index to vol. i-20. 1829-39. B., 
1833,39. 2 V. 8°. Vol. ID, 20 of *76i6.i 

American law review. Index. ist series. 
[Vol. 1-13.] 1866-79. B., 1879. 8°. *5664.io 

American pharmaceutical association. Pro- 
ceedings. Index to vol. 1-17. 1852-69. Phila., 
1862, 71. 2 v. 8°, 

Vol. for 1862, 1871 of *5763.i 

Anatomy. See Arch i v. 

Annalen der Chemie und Pharmacie. Au- 
toren- und Sach-Register zu den Banden 1-164. 
1832-60. Lpz., 1861, 74. 2 v. 8°. ♦sgee.ia 

— Register zu B. 1-40. Heidelberg, 1843. 
Sm. 8°. ♦5966.1 

Annalen der Physik und der physikalischen 
Chemie. Sach- und Namen-Register zu den 76 
Banden. Herausg. von L. W. Gilbert. 1799 bis 
1824. Lpz., 1826. 8°. *39i8.3 

— Namen- und Sach-Register zu den Ban- 
den I bis 150 [etc.]. 1824-73. Bearbeitet von 

W. Barentin. Lpz., 1845-75. 4 v. 8°. *39i8.4 
Annales arch^ologiques. Table analytique et 

m^thodique, par X. Barbier de Montault. P., 

1881. 4°. [Ordered.] 

Annales de chimie et de physique. P., 1801-51. 

4 V. 8°. 

Table g^ndrale raisonnrfe des matiires. Vol. 1-96, 1789- 
1815, *3959.i ; 3e s^rie, vol. 1-75, 1816-40, *3o89.2; 3 e sene, 
vol. 1-30, 1841-50, *3999.3. The index for 1851-73 has been 
ordered. 



Annales des mines. Table alphab^tique et 
analytique des matiferes. Vol. 1-39, [also] ire- 
4e s^rie. 1794-1851. P., 1813-52. 5 v. in 4. 
8°. *3347-i 

Annales des ponts et chaussdes. M^moires et 
documents. ire serie, 1831-40. Tables gene- 
rates. P., 1843. 8°. No. 1 in *33i6.2 

— Lois, ordonnances et autres actes concern- 
ant I'administration des ponts et chauss^es. 
ire serie. 1831-40. Tables g^n^rales. P., 1843. 
8°. No. 2 in *33i6.2 

After 1841 each volume has an index. 

Annales des sciences naturelles. Table, ire 
s^rie. 1824-33. P., 1841. 8°. *5874.50 

Annuaire de la noblesse de France et de. 
maisons souveraines de I'Europe. P., 1868, 78. 
2 V. 12°, Vol. 25-34 of C.R. 9.7.1 

Tables des families, 1843-68, in vol. 25; 1869-78 in vol. 34. 

Annuaire de I'^conomie politique et de la 
statistique. Table g^n^rale. 1844-67. P., 1867. 
18°. 56493.4 

Annual register. General index. 1758-1819. 
L., 1826. 8°. C.R.19.3.5 

Antiquities. See Annales arch^ologiques ; — 
Archseologia; — Archaeological journal ; — Brit- 
ish archaeological association; — Bullettino; — 
Ecole des chartes ; — Institut de France ; — Insti- 
tuto archeologico di Roma ; — Notes and queries ; 
— Revue. 

Antologia giornale di scienze, lettere ed arti. 
Indice generate alfabetico. 1821-32. Firenze, 
1863. 8°. *5254-a 

Archaeologia; or, miscellaneous tracts, relating 
to antiquity. Index to vol. 1-30. L., 1839, 44. 
2 v. 40. *33".a 

Archaeological journal, The, published under 
the direction of the council of the Royal archaeo- 
logical institute. Index to vol. 1-25. L., 1878. 
8°. ♦2238.55 

Archaeology. See Antiquities ; — Matdriaux. 

Architecture. See Encyclop^die ; — Intime. 

Archiv fur Anatomie, Physiologie und wissen- 
schaftliche Medicin. Verzeichniss der Abhand- 
lungen. 1834-76. Herausg. von J. Miiller [etc.]. 
Lpz., 1879. 8°. *3758.50 

Archiv fiir das Studium der neueren Sprachen 
und Literaturen. General-Register. B. 1-50. 
Braunschweig, 1874. 8°. No. 2 in ♦3358.1.51 

Archiv fiir mikroskopische Anatomie. Herausg. 
von Max Schultze. Namen- und Sach-register 
zu B. 1-8. Bonn, 1872. 8». *575»-i5 



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INDEXES TO PERIODICALS 



January, 



Archiv fiir pathologische Anatomic und Physi- 
ologic und fiir klinischc Mcdicin. Berlin, 1847- 
80. 8°. *77i7-i 

Inhalts-Verzeichniss zu B. 1-40, 1S47-66, in B. 41 ; B. 41- 
50,1867-70,111 B.so; B. 51-60, 1S7J-74, in B. 60; B. 61-70, 
1875-77, in B. 70; B. 71-80, 1878-80, in B. So. 

Archives g^ndralcs de m^decine. Table alpha- 
b^tique dcs matieres contenucs dans Ics trentc 
volumes de la 6e s^ric (1863 a 1877). P., 1878. 
8°. *7724.5o 

Archivio storico italiano. Indice generalc. 
ia-3a scr. ; Supplemcnto, 1842-77. Fircnzc, 
1857-77- 3 V. 8°. *5245-i 

Astronomische Nachrichten. General-Register 
der B. i bis 60. Hamburg, 1851-66. 3 v. 4°. 

*595i-3 

Astronomy. See Astronomische ; — Royal 
astr. soc. 

Atlantic monthly, The. Index to volumes 1-38. 
(1857-76.) B.,1877. 8". B.H.Desk; C.R.19.2.14 

— Same. [2d ed.] B., 1877. 8"- B.H.Desk. 

— Supplementary index to vol. 1-38, and 
39-46. [By William M. Griswold.] Bangor, 
1880. 8°. *5324-50 

For Index for 1881, see Griswold. 

Belgium. See Messager. 

Biblical repertory, The, and Princeton review. 
Index vol. 1825-68. Phila., 1871. 80. *54i2.2 

Biblioteca de autorcs espafloles, desde la forma- 
cion del lenguaje hasta nuestros dias. Indices 
gencrales, por D. Isidro Rosell y Torres. Madrid, 
1880. 8°. **D.i6i.i.7i 

Bibliotheca sacra. Index. Vol. 1-13. [1844- 
56.] By W. F. Draper. Andover, 1857. 8°. 

*53io.3 

— Index. Vol. 1-30. [1844-73.] By W. F. 
Draper. Andover, 1874. 8". 

C.R.19.2.7; B.H.Desk 

Bibliothek der schonen Wisscnschaften und 

der freycn Kiinste. Register. [B. 1-12.] Lpz., 

1767. 16''. **5ii4.i 

Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine. General 

index. Vol. 1-50. [1817-41.] Edinb., 1855. 8°. 

♦5364.2; C.R.19.2.8 

Boston. Index to the city documents. 1834-74. 

B., 1875. 8°. *6354.2 

— Same. 1834-80. (/« Boston. City docs, 
for 1879. Vol. I.) *6353.i 

Botanical magazine. General index to the 
plants contained in the first 53 vols, (or old series 
complete). L., 1828. 8°. *3844-i 

Bridges. See Annales des ponts ct chaussecs. 

British almanac. Companion to the almanac. 
Complete index, from its commencement, in 
1828 to 1843 inclusive. L., 1843. 12°. 2489.64 

British archaeological association, London. 

iournal. General index to vols. 1-30. By W. 
)e Gray Birch. L., 1875. 8°. *42^i7.50 

The Library has ordered a copy of the Journal. 

British association for the advancement of 
science. Index to reports and transactions. 
1831-1860. L., 1864. 8°. *7922.5 

Bulletin general de th^rapeutiquc m^dicale et 
chirurgicale. Table generalc et alphabetique. 
Pv 1839-75. 7 V. 80. 

Vol. 1-13, 1832-37, in vol. 11-12, *3295.i ; vol. 13-24, 1838-43, 
in vol. 23-24, *3395.i; vol. 25-36, 1839-49, »" vol. 35-36, 
.*3«)S-'; vol. 36-48, 1839-54, '° vol. ^9, ♦3305.1; vol. 49-60, 
1855-61, •3305.2; vol. 61-72, 1863-67, in vol. 73, *3298.i; vol. 
73-8fi, 1868-73, in *329S.3. 



BuUettino di archeologia cristiana. Indici 
generali per gli anni 1870-1875, della seconda 
serie, compilati dall' autore Comm. Giovanni 
Battista de Rossi. Roma, 1876. 8". *32ioa.6o 

Chemical society, London. Journal. Index to 
the first 25 vols., 1848-72, and to the Memoirs and 
Proceedings. 1841-47. Compiled by Henry 
Watts. L., 1874. 8°. *7966.io 

Chemistry. See Annalen ; — Jahresbcricht; — 
Zeitschrift. 

Chetham society. General index. Vol. 1-30. 
[Manchester.] 1863. 4°. *24i5.i9 

Children, Diseases of. ^ce Journal. 

Christian examiner. Index. Vol. 1-87. 1824- 
1869. By Wm. Gushing. B., 1879. 8°. 

*3i6o.io ; B.H. Desk ; C.R. 19.2.17 

Civiltk cattolica. La. Indice delle serie ia-8a. 
Roma, Firenze, 1859-74. 6 v. 8°. 7461.2-7 

Congregational quarterly, The. B., 1S68, 78. 
8°. " *75i6.2 

General index to vol. i-io, 1S59-6S, in vol. 10; vol. 11-30 

(new series, 1-10), 1869-78, in vol. 20. 

Congressional globe. Index from 23d-33d 
cong., 34th cong., ist, 3d sess., 35th-42d cong. 
1833-1873. Wash., 1834-73. 4°- Patent Room 

These indexes are bound in the volumes of their respec- 
tive sessions, with the exception of the 42d cong., 2d sess., 
which is bound separately. 

Congressional record. Index to the 43d,'44th 
cong. ; 45th cong., ist sess. ; 46th cong., 1st, 3d 
sess. 1873-77, 79-81- Wash., 1873-81. 4°. 

Patent Room 

These indexes are bound separately, with the exception 
of the 45th cong., ist sess., which is bound in the volume of 
that session. 

Deutsche morgenlandischc Gcsellschaft. Zeit- 
schrift. Register zu B. 1-30. Lpz., 1858-77. 
3 V. in 2. 8°. *6955-5 

The Register to B. i-io, is bound with vol. 11 of the Zeit- 
schrift [*6955.2]. 

Dingler's polytechnische Journal. Real-Index. 
B. 1-198. 1820-70. Stuttgart, 1843-71. 4 V. 8°. 

Patent Room 
Ecclesiastical history. See Moroni. 
Eclectic magazine. General index to vols, i- 
96. [By William M. Griswold.] Bangor, 188 1. 8°. 

Bates Hall Desk 
For continuation see Griswold. 

Ecole des chartes, Paris. Bibliothfeque. Table, 
ire-6e s^rie. 1839-69. P., 1849-70. 3 v. 8°. 

♦2272.3 
The Table for the years 1839-49 is bound in *3273.i.io. 

Edinburgh medical and surgical journal. Index 
to the first 19 vols. Edinb., 1824. 8°. ^5747. 1.20 

Edinburgh review, The. General index. 1802- 
44. Edinb. [etc.]. 1813-50. 3 v. 8«. C.R. i9-3-a 

Encyclopddie d'arciiitecture. Tables g^ndrales 
des matieres contenues dans les quatre premieres 
anndes (2e serie). (1872-75.) P., 1875. 4°. 

♦4090.51.5 

Engineering. See Annales — Inst, of civil 
engineers ; — Professional papers. 

Figuier, Guillaume L. Tables d^cennales de 
L'annee scientifique et industrielle. 1856-65. 
P., 1866. 120. ♦7927.1 

— L'annee scientifique et industrielle. Tables, 
1857-77. P-, 1877. 16°. ♦7927.1 

Fine arts. See Gazette. 



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INDEXES TO PERIODICALS 



France. Ministry of agriculture and com- 
merce. Description des machines et precedes 
pour lesquels des brevets d'invention ont et^ 
pris sous le regime de la loi du 5 juillet, 1844. 
Table gen^rale des tomes 1-79. P., 1856-73. 3 
V. 4". Patent Room 

— See Annuaire ; — Hozier, C. R. de. 
Gartenlaube, Die. Sachregister. 1-15 Jahrg. 

(1853-67). Lpz , 1868. 4°. [Ordered] 

Gazette des beaux-arts. Table alphabetique et 
analjtique. T. 1-25 (1859-68), par Paul Cheron. 
P., 1866, 70. 2 V. 8°. C.R.16.1.1 

Genealogy. See Annuaire de la noblesse; — 
New England hist, and gen. register. 

G^nie industriel, Le. Table alphabetique. 
Vol. 1-24, 1851-62. P., 1863. 8°. *4023.io 

Gentleman's magazine. General index, 1731- 
1818. L., 1818, 21. 5 V. 8°. C.R.19.3.3 

Geography. See Gesellschaft fiir Erdkunde ; — 
M'ttheilungen ; — Rojal geog. soc. ; — Society de 
geographie. 

Geology. See Jahresbericht ; — Kaiserliche. 

.German literature. See Kajser. 

Gesellschaft t'lir Erdkunde, Berlin. Uebersicht 
der Aufsatze, Miscellen und Karten. welche in 
den Monatsberichten iiber die Verhandlungen 
der Gesellschaft (Jahrg. 1-4, Neue Folge : 
Jahrg. i-io, 1840-1853) sowie in der Zeitschrift 
fiir allgemeine Erdkunde (B. 1-6 und neue Folge : 
B. 1-14, 1853-63) enthaltensind. Berlin, 1863. 8°. 

*4"6.3 

Great Britain. Chronological table and index 
to the statutes. 4th ed. 1235-1877. L., 1878. 
L. 8". [Ordered.] 

— Chronolgical table of, and index to, the stat- 
utes to the end of the session of 1869. L., 1870. 
L. 8°. *7o8i.2 

— An index to the statutes, public and private, 
passed in the years (1801-1844). [L.] 1845. 2 v. 
F°. *7 100.5 

— Commissioners of patents. Alphabetical 
index of patentees. 1617-1880. L., 1854-81. 
29 V. 8". Patent Room 

Index to the foreign scientific periodicals 

in the Patent office library. "Vol. 1-3. L., 1867- 
69. 3 V. in I. 8°. Patent Room 

Reference index of patents of invention. 

Pointing out the office in which each enrolled 
specification of a patent may be consulted. Nos. 
1-14,359. 1617-1852. L.,1855. 8°. Patent Room 

Also, Appendix, containing abstracts from 

such of the early patents and signet bills as de- 
scribe the nature of the invention, and which 
patents have no enrolled specifications. L., 1855. 
8°. Patent Room 

Subject-matter index of patents of inven- 
tion. 1617-1879. L., 1854-81. 30 v. 8° 

Patent Room 

Titles of patents of invention, chrono- 
logically arranged. 1617-1868. L., 1854-69. i8v. 
8°. Patent Room 

See Hansard, and the note introductory to this list. 

— House of Commons. General index to the 
bills, reports, accounts, and other papers, 1801- 
44. [L.] 1833-44. 2 V. Fo. *7ioo.3,4 

Journals. General index. Vols. 1-107. 

1547-1852. [L.] 1785-1857. 8v. Po. **F.— 
Vols. 93-107, 1837-52, have been ordered. 

— House of Lords. General index to the ses- 
sional papers. 1801-37. [L.] 1839. f°- 

No. 2 in ♦7100.6 



Great Britain. House of Lords, continued. 

Journals. General index. 1509-1863. 

[L.] 1817-65. 6 v. F°. **F. — 

Vols. 1820-63 have been ordered. 

— Parliament. Catalogue of Parliamentary 
reports ,and a breviate of their contents. 1696- 
1834. [L.] 1S34. F". *7ioo.6 

— - Index to the rolls, comprising the peti- 
tions, pleas, and proceedings. (1278-1503). Pre- 
pared and ed. by John Strachey [etc.]. L., 1832. 
F*>. **F — ; ♦7090.1.7 

— Public record office. Record commissioners. 
Alphabetical index. Chronological index to the 
statutes of the realm from Magna Charta to the 
end of the reign of Qjieen Anne. [L.] 1824-28. 
2 V. F**. *7040. 1 ; ^7040. 2 

Griswold, William M. The C^ P. index annual 
for 1881. An index to the International review, 
The Popular science, The Century, Lippincott's, 
The Nation, The Atlantic, The Living age. Har- 
per's, and the Eclectic for 1880-81. Bangor, 
1882. 8°. *3i84.4 

Guy's hospital reports. General index. L,. 
1856-75- 3 V. 8°. 

General index, ist and 2d series, 1836-53, *7753.5; 3d 
series, vol. i-io, 1855-64, *7743.i.io; 3d series, vol. 11-20, 
1865-75. *7743- 1 -^o- 

Hansard, T. C. General index to [his] Parlia- 
mentary debates, 1803-30,68-78. Ed. by Sir John 
Philippart. L., 1803-78. 12 v. 8°. ♦7103.50 

Hardwicke's science-gossip. Classified index. 
Vol. 1-13. 1865-76. L., 1877. 8°. +791 1. la 

Harper's new monthly magazine. Index. 
Vol. i-6q. 1850-1880. Compiled by C. A. 
Durfee. N.Y., 1881. 8° C.R.19.2.4 

Earlier editions, one covering vols. 1-40, and another, 
vols. 1-50, are respectively on snelf-numbers *522o.i3, and 
*522oa.5i, and BatesHall Desk. For continuation, see Gris- 
wold. 

Health and hygiene. See Practitioner. 

Hidalgo, D. Diccionario general de la biblio- 
grafia espafiola. T. 7. Indice de materias. 
Madrid, 1881. 8«>. [Ordered.] 

Histology. See Archiv. 

Historische Zeitschrift. Herausg. von Heinrich 
von Sybel. Register zu B. 1-20. Von Dr. C. 
Varrentrapp. Munchen, 1869. 8°. ♦5218.51 

— Same. B. 1-36. Bearbeitet von Max Posner. 
Munchen, 1878. 8°. ♦5228.55 
Historisches Taschenbuch. Lpz. ♦2309.1 

Contents, 1S30-69, in vol. for 1869. 

History. See Moniteur universel ; — Revue 
retrospective. 

Hozier, Charles R. de. Indicateur du grand 
armorial gdn^ral de France. P., 1866. 2 v. in 
1. 8°. *2637.53 

Ibis, The : a magazine of general ornithology. 
Index, 1859-76. L., 1879. 8". *790i.5 

Index medicus : a monthly classified record of 
current medical literature of the world. Vol. 
1-3. N.Y., 1879-1881. L. 8°. ♦3722.5a 

A helpful guide to medical periodical literature previous 
to 1S30 will be found in Callisen's " Medicinisches Schrift- 
steller-Lexicon," 33 vols., C.R. 7.4.1. The arrangement is 
under authors' names. 

Index society. 

The publications of this society, as far as issued, have 
been received at this library. They do not include as yet 
any indexes of periodicals. 



55 



INDEXES TO PERIODICALS 



January, 



Institut de France, Paris. Table gdn^rale et 
m^thodique des mdmoires contenus dans les 
recueils de I'Academie des inscriptions et belles- 
lettres, et de I'Academie des sciences morales et 
politiques, par Eugene de Rozifere et Eugene 
Chatel. P., 1856. 4° *3302.3 

— Academic des inscriptions et belles-lettres. 
Mdmoires. P., 1839, 74. 2 v. 4°. 

Tables des matiires, vol. i-io, 1815-33, *3392.j; vol. la-ai, 
1839-57. ♦3302.1. 

Tableau g^n^ral raisonn^ et m^thodique 

des ouvrages contenus dans le recueil des Me- 
moires de I'Academie jusques et compris I'annee 
1788; servant de supplement aux tables de ce 
recueil. Par. M. D [e I'Averdj]. P., 1791. 4°. 

*3302.4 

— Academie des sciences morales et politiques. 
Table g^ndrale alphabetique et chronologique. 
1837-55- P., i860. 8°. *32i5.l 

— Academie royale des sciences. M^moires. 
Table gen^rnle des matieres. T. i-io. 1666- 
1790. P., 1 734- 1 809. 10 V. 40. *327i.ii 

Nouvelle table des articles. 1666-1770. 

P-. 1775-76- 4v. 4°. *327i.ia 

Comptes-rendus hebdomadaires des se- 
ances. Table 1-31 ; 32-61. P., 1853, 70. 2 v. 4°. 

[Ordered.] 

Institution of civil engineers, London.- Min- 
utes of proceedings. General index. Vol. 1-30. 
1837-70- L., 1865, 71. 2 V. 8°. *4028.2 

— Subject index. Vol. 1-58. 1837-79. L., 
1881. 8°. *4028.59 

Institute archeologico di Roma. Repertorio 
universale. Indice, 1829-43, 1854-73. Roma, 
1848-75. 3 V. 8°. *5256.2 

The Repertorio for 1829-33 is bound in T. 5 of the An- 
nali [*S2S6.3. 1833]. There is no general index for 1844-53. 
The Indice to the Annali for these years forms pt. 2 of T. 25 
of the Annali. This volume is ordered. 

International review. General index. Vol. 1-9. 
1874-80. Bangor, 1881. 8". Bates Hall Desk 

For continuation see Griswold, W. M., the compiler of 
this Index. 

Intime club, Paris. Croquis d'architecturc. 
Table g^ndrale des vols. i-io. ireser., 1866-76. 
P., 1878. 8". Trustees' Room 

Ireland. House of Commons. General index 
to eleven volumes of the journals. [1630-1760.] 
Dublin, 1763. F°. **F — 

Italy. See Archivio. 

Jahrbiicher der Literatur. Universal Register, 
B. 1-125. 1818-1849. Wien, 1849. 3 v- i" 2. 
8°. *3236.i. 126-128 

Jahresbericht iiber die Fortschritte der reinen 
pharmaceutischen und technischen Chemie, Phy- 
sik, Mineralogie und Geologic. Register zuden 
Berichten fiir 1847-76. Giessen, 1858, 68, 80. 
3 V. 8°. *3985.a 

Journal des ^conomistes. Table alphabitique 
gen^rale des matiferes. P., 1844-74. 10 v. 8°. 

ire s^rie. T. 1-9, 1841-44, in vol. 9 of *7649.5o; T. 10-18, 
1844-47, •" vol 18; T. 19-37, 1847-50, in vol. 27; T. 28-37, 
'851-53, in vol. 37. 2rae s^rie. T. 1-20, 1S54-5S. in vol 30 of 
•7648.50; T. ai-40, 1859-63, in vol 40 of *7647.si ; T. 41-48, 
1864-65, in vol. 48 of •7647.51. 3me serie. T. 1-12,1806-68, 
in vol. 12 of •7647.C1 ; r. 13-24, 1S69-71, in vol 24 of ^7646.50; 
T. 35-36, 1872-74, in vol. 36 of *7646.50. 

Tables. P., 



Journal des math^matiques. 
1854, 74. 2 V. 4°. 

ire sirie. Vol. 1-20, 1836-55, in vol. 19-30 of •3363.3. amc 
sirie. Vol. 1-19, 1856-74, in vol. 19 of •3363.2. 



Journal des savants. Table g^ndrale des ma- 
tieres. 1665-1750. T. 1-10. P., 1753-64. 10 v. 

4°- , *33i3-i 

— Same. Table methodique et analytique des 
articles. 1816-58. P., i860. 4°. ' *3393-i 

Journal fiir Kinderkrankheiten. Vollstandiges 
Namen- und Sachregister iiber die Jahrgange 
1843-58 oder B. 1-31. Erlangen, 1851, 59. 2 v. 
in 1. 8°. *7766.9 

Journal fiir Ornithologie. General-Index. 
1853-67. Cassel, 1870. 8°. "^sgoS.si 

Journal of mental science. General index to the 
first 24 vols., bj G. F. Blandford. L., 1879. 8°. 

*38oo.20.a 

Kaiserliche Akademie der Wissenschaften, 
Vienna. Mathematisch-naturwissenschaftliche 
Classe. Denkschriften. Vol. 26, 40of*33io.50 

— Mathematisch-naturwissenschaftliche Clas- 
se. Sitzungsberichte. Register zu den Banden 
1-80. Wien, 1854-80. 8°. *337oa.6o 

— Philosophisch-historische Classe. Denk- 
schriften. Register zu den Banden 1-14. Wien, 
1866. 4° *3320.i.i4 

— Philosophisch-historische Classe. Sitzungs- 
berichte. Register zu den Banden 1-70. Zusam- 
mengestellt von Fr. Ser. Scharler. Wien, 1S74. 
8°. *335o.i6 

— Philosophisch-historische Classe. Sitzungs- 
berichte. Register zu den Banden i bis 90. 
Wien, 1854-79. 9 P^^ '" ^ ^'- 8°. *3350'I5 

Kaiserliche-koenigliche geologische Reichsan- 
stalt, Vienna. Jahrbuch. General-Register. B. 
1-20. 1850-70. Wien, 1863, 72. 2 V. in 1. 8°. *5866.4 

Kayscr, (^. G. Biicher-Lexikon. Sachregister. 
[1750-1832.] Lpz., 1838. 4° 

C.R.7.2.1 ; Ordering dept. 

Kerl, Bruno, ed. Repertorium der technischen 
Literatur. Neue Folge, 1854-77. Lpz- j 1871-79. 
5 V. 8°. ♦3981-51 

Koenigliche bayerische Akademie der Wissen- 
schaften. Inhaltsverzeichniss zu Jahrgang 1860- 
1870 der Sitzungsberichte. Miinchen, 1872. 8°. 

*3265.5o 

— Index generalis in monumentorum Boico- 
rum vol. 1-14. Monachii, 1847. 40. *2855.i 

Koenigliche Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften, 
Giittingen. Allgemeines Register von 1753- 
1782. Goettingen, 1784. 2v. ini. 16°. *32i9.i 

Koenigliche preussiche Academie der Wissen- 
schaften, Berlin. Register fiir die Monatsbe- 
richte. 1836-73. Berlin, i860, 75. 2 v. 8°. *3384.4 

Kritische Vierteljahrschrift fiir Gesetzgebung 
und Rechtswissenschaft. Register, B. 1-19. 
\Also.'\ Register zur Kritische Ueberschau,B. 1-6. 
Miinchen, 1868, 78. 2 v. in 1. 8°. *56i9.3 

Law. See American jurist; — American law 
review; — Kritische Vierteljahrschrift; — Mas- 
sachusetts ; — Raithbj ; — United States. 

Leisure hour. The. Index for the first 2^ vols. 
1852-76. L., 1877. L. 8°. *73ii.50 

Lippincott's piagazine. General index to the 
first series. (Vol. 1-26.) [Comp. by William M. 
Griswold.] Bangor, 1881. 8°. Bates Hall Desk 

For continuation see Griswold. 

Littell's living age. General index to vols. 37- 
148. [Compiled by William M. Griswold.] 
Bangor, 1881. 8°. Bates Hall Desk 

For continuation see Griswold. 

Liverpool. Literary and philosophical society. 
Proceedings. Index to vols. 1-25. 1S44-71. 
Liverpool, 1871. 8°. *5ia6.i.a6 



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1882. 



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Machines. See France ; — Oppermann ; — 
Practische Maschinen-Constructeur. 

Magasin encjclopddique. Table gen^rale des 
matieres des 122 volumes qui composent la col- 
lection complete. T. 1-4. 1795-1816. P., 1819. 
8°. *3276.2 

Maine. Agriculture of Maine. General index. 
1850-75. By S. L. Boardman. Augusta, 1876. 
8°. *6339.22 

Massachusetts. Index to decisions in Massa- 
chusetts reports, from 1860-77, on the constitu- 
tion, general statutes and the acts and resolves 
of the general court since i860. Compiled by 
Charles H. S. Williams. B., 1878. 8". *5693-i2 

— , Board of agriculture. General index of 
annual reports 1-25. 1853-77. B., 1878. 80. 

Vol. for i^Tj-'jS of *6445.4 

Mat^riaux pour I'histoire primitive et naturelle 
de I'homme. Table gen^rale des dix premiers 
volumes (1865-75). Toulouse, n. d. 8°. *6237.55 

Mathematics. See Journal. 

Medicine. See Archiv ; — Archives ; — Bul- 
letin ; — Edinburgh med. and surg. journal; — 
Guy's hospital; — Index medicus; — Journal 
fiir Kinderkrankheiten ; — Neale ; — Pathological 
8OC. ; — Practitioner; — Royal med. and chirurg. 
soc. 

Mental science. See Journal. 

Messager des sciences historiques deBelgique. 
Tables gen^rales. 1823-30, 1833-53. Gand, 
1854. 8°. *33i9.i.i 

Metallurgy. See Revue univ. des mines, etc. 

Military art. See Revue militaire francjaise. 

Mines. See Annales des mines ; — Revue 
univ. des mines. 

Mittheilungen aus Justus Perthes' Geographi- 
scher Anstalt. Inhaltsverzeichniss, 1865-74. 
Gotha, 1877. 4^. *627i.5o 

Moniteur universel. P., 1801-52. F°. 

Revolution fraiKjaise, ou analyse complete, etc. 1787-99. 
2v., N.R.E.i. Table alphabetique, 17S7-99. 3 v., N.R.E.2. 
Tables. Histoire du consulat etde I'empire, 1799-1814. 3 v., 
N.R.E.3. Tables chronologique et alphab^tique, 1815-51. 
7 v., N.R.E.4. 

Monthly review. General index. 1749-84, 
1790-1816. L., 1786, 1818. 4v. 8°. C.R.19.3.6 

Moroni, Gaetano. Indice generale alfabetico 
delle materie del Dizionario di erudizione storico- 
ecclesiastica. Venezia, 1878-79. 6 v. 8°. *355i.53 

Muehlhausen, Germany. Socidtd industrielle. 
Bulletin sp^ciale. Mulhouse, 1876. 8°. ♦5341.50.46 

Vol. 46, contains a Table g^n^rale des matidres. 

Museum d'histoire naturelle. Memoires. 
Table g^n^rale raisonn^e et alphab^tique. [2e 
sdr.J Vol. 1-20. 1815-32. P., 1832. 4°. 

♦5872.1.20 

Nation, The. General index. Vol. 1-30. 
July, 1865-Sept., i88o. [By William M. Gris- 
wold.] B., 1880. 8°. Bates Hall Desk 

For continuation see Griswold. 

Natural historj'. See Museum. 

Neale, Richard. The medical digest, being a 
means of ready reference to the principal contribu- 
tions to medical science during the last 30 years. 
L., 1877. 8°. *5724-56 

Neuer Nekrolog der Deutschen. Register, 
1823-52. Weimar, 1836-56. 3 v. 16°. *2859.i-3 

New England historical and genealogical reg- 
ister. General index to vols. 1-15. 1847-61. 
B., 1856, 61. 2 v. 8". Vol. 10, 15 of *2335.i 

New Englander, The. Index. Vol. 1-19. 
1843-61. New Haven, 1862. 8°. C.R.19.2.10 



New Zealand institute. Transactions and pro- 
ceedings. Index. Vol. i-S. Wellington, 1877. 
8^ *336o.io 

Niles' weekly register. General index. Vol. 
1-12. 1811-17. Bait, 1818. 8°. *3i4i.i 

North American review. General index. 
Vol. 1-25. 1815-27. B., 1829. 8°. C.R.19.3.I 

— Index. Vol. 1-125. 1815-77. By William 
Gushing. Cambr., 1878. 8°. 

C.R.19.2.16; B.H.Desk; *3i53.9 

— Supplementary index to vols. 126-131. 187S- 
80. [By W. Gushing.] Bates Hall Desk 

Notes and queries. General index to series 1-5. 
L., 1856-80. 5 V. Sm. 4°. C.R.19.2.9 

Numismatic chronicle. The, and Journal of the 
Numismatic society. Index. Vol. 1-20. 1839- 
58. L., 1859. 8°. *62i3.i.20 

Numismatics. See Revue. 

Nuova antologia di scienze, lettere ed arti. 
Indice generale dei 30 volumi della prima serie 
(anni 1866-1875). Firenze, 1876. 8°. *726oa.5 

Oppermann publications. Tables g^ndrales 
des matieres. P., 1875. 8°. *4026.i7 

Contents. — Nouvelles annates de la construction. 1855 i 
1875; Portefeuille ^conomique des machines. 1856211875; 
Traits complet des chemins de far ^conouiiques. 

Oriental literature, etc. 5e« Deutsche morgen- 
landische Gesellschaft; — Society asiatique. 

Ornithology. See Ibis ; — Journal. 

Patents. See Dingier; — France; — Great 
Britain ; — Schubarth ; — United States. 

Pathological society, Lottdon. General index 
to Transactions for vols. 1-25, 1847-74. ^-i 1864, 
75. 2 V. 8°. *7786.2 

Pharmaceutical journal, The. Index to vol. 1- 
18, old ser. ; vol. 1-9, 2d ser. 1841-68. L., 1857, 
69. 2 V. in I. 8<*. *57i7-3 

Pharmacy. See American journal ; — Ameri- 
can pharmaceutical assoc. ; — Annalen. 

Physics. See Annalen ; — Jahresbericht. 

Physiology. See Archiv. 

Political economj', etc. See Annuaire ; — 
Journal des dconomistes. 

Poole, William F. An alphabetical index to 
subjects, treated in the reviews and other period- 
icals, to which no indexes have been published. 
N.Y., 1848. 8°. No. 2in Pph. V. 166; *5i62.52 

— An index to periodical literature. N.Y., 
1853. 8°. *3i8o.6; *3i82.3 

Practische Maschinen-Constructeur. General- 
Register. 1868-1880. Lpz., 1881. 8°. *696oa.5- 

Practitioner, The : a journal of therapeutics 
and public health. Ed. by T. Lauder Brunton. 
General index to vol. 1-12. L. [1876.] Sm. 8°. 

♦7796.5a 

Princeton review. Sec Biblical repertory. 

Professional papers on Indian engineering. 
Index to the 1st series, vol. 1-7; 2d series, vol. 
1-5. By J. G. Medley [etc.]. Roorkee, 1871, 
77. 8°. ♦6016.55 

Quarterly review. General index. Vol. 1-140. 
L., 1820-76. 7 v. 8°. C.R.19.3.4 

Raithby, John. Index to the €tatutes at large, 
from Magna Charta, to the49thyear of George III. 
L., 1814. 3 V. 8°. *705V2 

Revue arch^ologique. P., 1844-80. 8". 

Table generale alpliab^tiq-ue. Vol. i-io, i8|4-49i '" vol. 
30 of 2217.51; vol. 11-16, 1S49-53, in vol.32 of 2217.51. Table 
d^cennale de la nouvelle siirie, 1860-69. [Ordered.] 

Revue Britannique. Revue Internationale. 
Table g^n^rale 1825, 80. Par. J. Drapier. P., 
1881. 8°. ♦53893.60 



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Jaxiuary, 



Revue de la numismatique beige. Table alpha- 
b^tique. (1842-56.) Bruxelles, 1858. 8". 6223.2 

Revue des deux mondes. Table gdnerale. 
1831-74. P., 1875. 8°. C.R.19.2.5; B.H.Desk 

Revue militaire fran^aise. Table des matieres. 
[T. 1-13.] 1861-70. P., n. d. 8°. *7954.4 

Revue retrospective. P., 1833-38. 20 v. 8". 

Table des matieres. i re, 2e s^rie, 1833-37, •" '^ol- '2, 2e 
s^r. of *5409.5o; 3e ser., 1S3S, in vol. 3, 36 ser. of *5409.5o. 

Revue universelle des mines, de la metallurgie, 
des travaux publics, des sciences et des arts 
appliques a I'industrie. Table g^n^rale des 
matieres de la ire s^rie. T. 1-40. (18^7-1876.) 
P., 1878. 8°. *587oa.55 

Royal agricultural society of England, London. 
Journal. General index to ist series. Vol. 1-25. 
L., 1865. 8". *3996.6o 

Royal astronomical society, London. Monthly 
notices. General index to the first 29 vols. 1827- 
69. L., 1870. 80. *335i-4 

— Memoirs. General index to vol. 1-38. 
1827-70. L., 1871. 8°. *E.i48.2 

Royal geographical society, London. Journal. 
General index. Vol. 1-40, 1831-70. L,., 1S44- 
81. 4v. 80. *6265.i 

Royal Irish academy, Dublin. Index to the 
Transactions from 1786-1813. [Vol. i-ii.] L., 
1813. 4°. *3290.7 

Royal medical and chirurgical society, London. 
General index to the first 33 volumes of the 
medico-chirurgical transactions. 1809-50. L., 
1851. 8°. *5745-i-i 

— General index to the first 53 vols. 1809-70. 
L., 1S71. 8°. *5745-i-2 

Royal society, I^ondon. Catalogue of scientific 
papers. Vol. 1-8. 1800-73. L., 1867-79. 8 v. 4°. 
[Arranged by authors' names.] C.R.6.2.1 

— Philosophical transactions. General in- 
dex to vol. 1-120. [1665-1830.] L., 1787-1833. 
3 V. in 2. 4°. *326o.i5 

Schotte, F. Repertorium der technischen, 
mathematischen und naturwissenschaftlichen 
Journal-Literatur. iter, 2ter Jahrgang. , Lpz., 
1869, 70. 2 V. 8°. Patent Room 

Schubarth, E. L. Repertorium. Subject- 
matter index to the published inventions of all 
nations. 1823-53. L., 1856. 8". No. i in 3981. i 

— Repertorium der technischen Literatur. 
1823-53. Berlin, 1856. 8°. No. 2 in 3981. i 

Kept in the Patent Room. 

Science. See American journal ; — Annales 
des science naturelles ; — Antologia ; — British as- 
sociation ; — Figuier; — Hardwicke ; — Institut 
de France; — Jahresbericht; — Journal des sa- 
vants ; — Nuova antologia ; — Royal society ; and 
the names of Academies. 

Scotland. Parliament. General index to the 
acts. Edinb., 1875. F°. *7o8o.i.i2 

Scribner's monthly. Index. Vol. i-io, Nov. 
1870-Oct. 1875. N.Y., 1876. 8°. 

♦7392.4; C.R. 19. 2.12 ; B.H. Desk 

— General index. [Compiled by W. M. Gris- 
wold.] Bangor, i88i. 8°. *7392.5 

For continuation, see Griswold (The Century). 

Society asiatique, Paris. Journal. P., 1822- 
80. 116 V. 8". 

Table des matiferes. 2e et 3me s^r., 182S-42, *3337.i.i4; 
Ame et 5 me serie, 1843-62, *3337.i.3o; 6me s^r., 1863-72, 
•3347.50.20. There is no general index for the first series. 

Soci6t6 de g^ographie, Paris. Bulletin. Table 
g^neralede la ire-4e s6rie. 1821-60. [Ordered.] 



Society of arts, London. Journal. Index to 
vols. 1-20. L., 1863, 73. 2v. in I. 8°. *72i2.5 

Spain. See Biblioteca ; — Campillo ; — Hi- 
dalgo. 

Statistical society, London. Journal. General 
index to vols. 1-35. 1834-72. L., 1854-74. 3 v. 
in 2. 8° 2288.1 

Statistics. See Annuaire. 

Surgery. See Medicine. 

Technologiste, Le. Tables alphabdtique et 
analytique. T. 1-20. 1839-59. P-i 1867. 8°. *8o22.50 

Technology, etc. See Dingier; — Figuier; — 
Genie ; — Kerl ; — Muehlhausen ; — Oppermann ; 
— Revue ; — Schotte ; — Schubarth ; — Society of 
arts. 

Theology, ^ee Biblical repertory; — Biblio- 
theca sacra ; — Christian examiner; — Congre- 
gational quarterly; — New Englander. 

Times, The. Index to the Times newspaper. 
1862-81. L., 1864-81. 8°. *5357.50 

Four volumes are published each year. 

United States. General index to the laws from 
1789-1827. Compiled by Samuel Burch. Wash., 
1828. 8°. *C.i59.8 

— Consolidated index of the executive docu- 
ments of the House of representatives from the 
26th-40th congress. Wash., 1870. 8°. *C.25i.i 

— Consolidated index of the reports of the 
committees of the House of representatives, from 
the 26th-4oth congress. Wash., 1869. 8°. *C. 251.2 

— Index to the documents of the House 
of representatives. i8th-2ist congress. Wash., 
1832. 8°. *C.i59.io 

— Index to the executive documents and 
reports of committees of the House of repr. 
1831-39. Wash., n. d. 8«. *C.i59.n 

— Journals of Congress. General index 
from the 1st to loth congress. By Albert Ord- 
way. Wash., 1880. 8°. *C.i30.io 

See the note introductory to this List and Congressional 
record. 

— Coast survey. General index of papers 
contained in reports from 1851-70. [Wash., 
187 1.] 4°. No. loa. in *446oa.53 

: — Dept. of agriculture. General index 
of the agricultural reports of the Patetit office, 
1837-61, and of the Department of agriculture 
1862-76. Wash., 1879. 8^ *599oa.40 

— Patent office. General index of the " Official 
gazette " and monthly volumes of patents. 1872- 
81. Wash., 1873-81. 10 V. 8°. Patent Room 

— Subject-matter index of patents for in- 
ventions. 1 790-1873. Wash., 1874. 3 V. 8°. 

Patent Room 
Unsere Zeit. Generalregister. Lpz., 1864-79. 

4 V. 8". *7322.2 

B. i-S, 1857-64 in B., 8; Jahrg. i-J, neue Folge, 1S65-69, 
in Jahrg. 5, Italfte 2; jahrg, 6-10, neue Folge, 1870-74, in 
Jahrg. 10, Halfte 3; Jahrg. 11-15, "^"^ Folge, 1S75-79, '■* 
Jahrg. 15, Halfte 2. 

Westermann, George. Tllustrirte deutsche 
Monats-Hefte fiir das gesammte geistige Leben 
der Gegenwart. General-Register zum 1-24 B. 
Braunschweig, 1869. 8"^. [Ordered.] 

Westminster review. General index. Vol. 
1-33. 1824-40. L., 1842. 8°. *3i56.x.37 

Zeitschrift fiir analytische Chemie. Autoren- 
und Sach-Register zu den Biinden i-io. (1S62- 
71.) Bearbeitet von W. Casselmann. Wiesbaden, 
1872. 8°. *397oa. 50.10 

Zoological society, London. Proceedings. 
Index, 1848-70. L., 1863, 72. 2v. 8°. *5887.ao 



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COPYRIGHT 



Copyright. 



The following list embraces the titles of books and review articles, etc., on Copyright and 
kindred subjects, to be found in the Boston Public Library. Many works relating to Patents 
contain chapters on Copyright. 



Addison, C. G. Wrongs and their remedies. 
Pp. 41-47. L., 1873. 8°. 3663.50 

Address in behalf of the American copyright 
club. N.Y., 1843. 20pp. 8". No. 9 in *3664.8 

Agnew, W. F. The law and practice relating 
to letters patent for inventions. L., 1874. 8". 

3665.61 

Alison, 5/> A. The copyright question. (In his 
miscellaneous essays. Phila., 1S45.) 4555.10 

First published in Blackwood, Jan., 1S42. ^ 

American publishers and English authors. 
By Stylus [pseud.]. Bait, 1879. 23 pp. 8°. 

No. 2 in *5665.i6 

Arber, E., editor. A transcript of the registers 
of the company of stationers of London, 1554- 
1640. L., 1875-77. 4 V. Sm. fo. *246i.i2 

Blaine, D. R. Laws of artistic copyright. L., 
1853. 8°. [Ordered.] 

Blanc, E. Traits de la contrefacjon. 4e ^d. P., 
1855. [Ordered.] 

Bohn, H. G. The question of unreciprocated 
foreign copyright in Great Britain. Report of 
speeches at a meeting at Hanover Square rooms, 
July I, 1851. L., 1851. 8°. No. 4 in *5665.i6 

Breulier, A. Du droit de perpdtuitd de la 
propridt^ intellectuelle. P., 1855. 8°. 3621.14 

Brief observations on the copy-right bill ; in a 
letter to the bishop of Norwich [by M. A.]. June, 
1818. L., 1821. pp. 523-528. (/« Pamphleteer. 
Vol. 18.) *6575-i 

Britten, J. Rights of literature. L., 1814. 
vii, 80 pp. 8°. [Ordered.] 

Brunet, J. Constitution de la propridte intel- 
lectuelle. P., n. d. 16°. 3666.31 

Brydges, Sir Egerton. Reasons for a farther 
amendment of Act 54, Geo. iii., c. 156, being an 
Act to amend the Copyright act of Q^ieen Anne. 
L., 1817. 493-507 pp. (/« Pamphleteer. Vol. 
10.) *6575-i 

Buckingham, S. I. Copyright laws. Speech, 
in the House of commons, April, 1836. L., 1836. 
18 pp. 8". No. I in *3664.8 

Bump, O. F. The law of patents, trade-marks, 
and copy-rights. N.Y., 1877. 8". 3665.64 

Burke, P. Law of international copyright be- 
tween England and France. L.,1852. 12°. 3666.30 

— The present state of the law of copyright, 
with a view to its amendment. L., 1863. 18 pp. 
8°. No. 2rin 5566.6 

Campbell, J. Considerations and arguments 
proving the inexpediency of an international 
copyright law. N.Y., 1844. 24 pp. 8°. 

No. 6 in ♦3664.8 
Carey, H. C. The international copyright 
question considered. Phila., 1872. 30 pp. 8°. 

No. 16 in *3664.8 

— Letters on international copyright. Phila., 
1853. 72 pp. 8". No. 7 in *3664.8 

— Same. 2d ed. N.Y., 1868. 88 pp. 8°. 

No. 8 in *3664,8 



Carlyle, T. Petition on the copyright bill. 
1839. (^^ ^'^ Critical and miscellaneous essays. 
Vol. 4.) 2558.3 

Carte, T. Further reasons addressed I0 Parlia- 
ment for rendering more effectual the Act of Q^ 
Anne relating to vesting in authors the right of 
copies, for the encouragement of learning, by 
R. H. L., 1737. [Ordered.] 

Case stated between the public libraries and 
the booksellers. L., 1813. 343-368 pp. (/« 
Pamphleteer. Vol. 2.) *6575.x 

Chamberlin, F. American commercial law. 
Pp. 879-8S7. Hartford, 1870. 8°. 5664.2 

Champagnac, G- de. Etude sur la propri^t^ 
littdraire. P., i860. 12". 3666.36 

Christian, E. Reasons for a modification of the 
Act of Q^ Anne, respecting copyright. L., 1813. 
8". [Ordered.] 

— Vindication of the right of universities of 
Great Britain to a copy of every new publication. 
3d ed. L., 1818. 8°. [Ordered.] 

Christie, W. D. A plea for perpetual copy- 
right. L., 1840. 8°. [Ordered'.] 

Clark, H. J. Claim for scientific property. 
[Camb., 1863.] 3 pp. 8°. No. 12 in 3664.8 

Comettant, O. La propridt^ intellectuelle. 
P., 1858. 12°. 3666.33 

Copinger, W. A. The law of copyright in 
literature and art. L., 1870. 8°. 3663.6 

Copyright, national and international, from 
the point of view of a publisher. L., 1879. 
47 pp. 8°. 3667.22 

Curtis, G. T. Explanations of accompanying 
bill [for protection of copvright in designs]. 
[B., 1852.'] n. t. p. 18 pp. 8«. No. 2 in *5662.8 

— Treatise on the law of copyright in books, 
etc., in England and America. B., 1847. 8°. 3666.3 

Delalain, A. H. J. Legislation de la propri^t^ 
litteraire et artistique. Nouv. ^d. P., 1858. 8°. 

3666.20 

Dentu contra Dreyfous. Ein interessanter 
Pressprozess vor dem Zucht-Polizei-Gericht In 
Paris in Sachen der Uebersetzung des Buches 
von Moritz Busch : Graf Bismarck und seine 
Leute. Lpz., 1880. 23 pp. 8". 3667.24 

Drone, E. S. A treatise on the law of property 
in intellectual productions in Great Britain and 
the United States. B., 1879. S". 

3662.6a 

Duppa, R. Address to the parliament of Great 
Britain, on the claims of authors to their own 
copvright. 3d. ed. By a member of the Uni- 
versity of Cambridge, n. p., 1813. S". (/« 
Pamphleteer. Vol. 2, pp. 169-202.) 

Vol. 2 of *6575.i 

Enquiry into the nature and origin of literary 
property. L., 1762. 8°. [Ordered.] 

Few words. A, on copyright questions, with 
some objections to Mr. Sergeant Talfourd's bill. 
L., 1839. 8». [Ordered.] 



59 



COPYRIGHT 

Fliniaux, C. La propriety industrielle, et la 
propriete litteraire et artistique en France et a 
I'etranger. P., 1879. ^^^- 56693.9 

FoUeville, D. de. De la propriety litteraire et 
ar.istique. P., 1877. 33-|- PP- S°. 3665.18 

France. Ministry of state. Commission de la 
propriete litteraire et artistique. P., 1863. S". 5662.1 

Fraser, J. Handy-book of patent and copyright 
law, English and foreign. L., i860. Sm. 8°. 

3666.34; 133.20 

Friedlaender, M. Der einheimische und aus- 
landische Rechtschutz gegen Nachdruck und 
Nachbildung. Leipzig, 1857. 8°. 3666.7 

Gastambide, J. A. Historique et thdorie de la 
propriete des auteurs. P., 1862. 8°. 3666.9 

— Traite de la contrefaqon. P., 1837. 8°. 

[Ordered.] 

Gerhard, F. Will the people of the United 
States be benefited by an international copyright 
law.? N.Y., 186S. 27 pp. 8^ No. 15 in *3664.8 

Godson, R. A practical treatise on the law of 
patents for inventions and copyright. 2d ed. 
Added a supplement, by P. Burke. L., 1851. 8°. 

3666.15 

Hood, T. Copyright and copy wrong. Let- 
ters to the editor of the Athenaeum. (/« his 
Prose and verse. N.Y., 1843.) 885.18 

Hotten, J. C. Literary copyright. L., 1871. 
8°. [Ordered.] 

Jobard, J. B. Organon de la propriete intel- 
lectuelle. P., 1851. 160. 5669.5 

Klostermann, R. Das geistige Eigenthum 
an Schriften, Kunstwerken und Erfindungen, 
nach preussischem und internationalem Rechte. 
Berlin, 1867, 69^. 2 v. 8°. 5663.3 

Laboulaye, E. R. L. Etudes sur la propriety 
litteraire en France et en Angleterre. Suivies 
des trois discours prononces au parlement d'An- 
gleterre par Sir T. N. Talfourd, trad, par P. 
Laboulaye. P., 1858. 8°. 3666.23 



January, 

Lamartine, A. M. L. de. Discours sur la pro- 
priete litteraire et artistique, le 13 mars, 1S41. 
n. t. p. 16 pp. 8° 2114.40 

Law, S. D. Copyright and patent laws of the 
U. S., 1790 to 186S. With notes of judicial de- 
cisions. N. Y., 1867. 12°. 3666.10 

— Digest of American cases relating to patents 
for inventions and copyrights from 1789 to 1862, 
also the American cases in respect to trade-marks. 
N. Y., 1862. 8°. 5661.2 

Law of copyright, regarding authors, dramatic 
writers, and musical composers. By a Bar- 
rister. L., 1842. [Ordered.] 

Lebret, G. A. La propriety litteraire et ar- 
tistique. P., 1878. 8'^. 3663.14 

Letter from a gentleman in Edinburgh, con- 
cerning literary property. Edinb., 1769. 8°. 

No. 12 in *Pph. V. 347 

Levi, L. Manual of mercantile law. p. 64. 
Phila., 1S54. 80. 3665.15 

Lieber, F. International copyright, in a letter 
to W. C. Preston. N.Y., 1840. 67 pp. 8°. 

No. 9 in Vol. 2 of *4295.26 

— Manual of political ethics. Vol. 1, p. 132. 
B., 183S. 4285.3 

Lowndes, J. J. Historical sketch of the law of 
copvright, with remarks on Talfourd's bill. 2d 
ed." L., 1842. 8°. 3666.25 

Macaulay, T. B., baron. Speeches respecting 
the law of copyright in the House of commons, 
5th Feb., 1841, and 6th April, 1842. (/« his 
Works. Vol. 8. L., 1866.) 2563.2 

Macfie, R. A. Copyright and patents for in- 
ventions. Vol. I. Edinb., 1879. 8". 3667.23 

Maclaurin, J., lord Dreghorn. Origin and 
progress of literary property. (/« his Works. 
Edinb., 1798. Vol. 2.) 6557.3 

Marshall, Walker. Copyright in the fine 
arts. (/« Juridical society papers. Vol. 2.) 

*5666.5 



( To be continued.) 



Notes. 



***In consequence of some misapprehension as 
to the action of the Trustees in respect to the list 
of books of alleged questionable character in the 
Lower Hall, laid before the Library Committee 
of the City Council last summer, and by them 
referred to the Trustees, and as an act of justice 
to the authors and publishers of these books, it 
may be stated that on the receipt of the list the 
Trustees, in accordance with their invariable 
practice in similar cases, directed the books in 
question to be called in for their examination ; 
and, when it is completed, all books deemed by 
them unsuitable for circulation (should there 
be such) will be condemned, while such as are 
found to be unobjectionable will be returned to 
the shelves for circulation. 



Matt.\pan DELn'ERY. — A delivery station 
of the Boston Public Library has been opened at 
Mattapan, in the Post-Office building. Books 



will be given to readers from 3.30 P.M. to 7, from 
Tuesday to Saturday, inclusive. 



Early American Prints. — The Library has 
recently acquired, by purchase at Amsterdam, a 
considerable number of historical views, portraits, 
and caricatures, of the time of the Revolution, 
most of which, it is believed, are wholly unknown 
in this country. 

Bulletins Wanted. — The demand for re- 
cent numbers of the Bulletin has been so great 
that the supply is exhausted. The Library will 
gladly receive, copies from those who have them 
to spare. 



60 



TosTi Engravings. — The framed engravings 
of this collection, which were removed tempo- 
rarily from the walls of the Reading Room and 
Art Room, are being returned. 



I 




BULLETIN 



OF THE 



BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY. 



MARCH 1882. 



VOL. 5. No. 2. 



WHOLE No. 61. 



TRUSTEES OF THE CORPORATION. 
William W. Greenough, President. 



Solomon B. StebBTns7 Alderman. 
William H. Whitmore Councilman. 
Samuel A. B. Abbott. 



George B. Chase. 
Henry W. Haynes. 
James Freeman Clarke. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 

Mellen Chamberlain, Librarian and Clerk of the Corporation. 
James L. Whitney, Principal Assistant Librarian. 



Arthur M. Knapp, Curator of Periodicals and 
PampJilets. 

William H. Foster, Proof-reader. 

Jos6 F. C arret. Curator of Patents and En- 
gravings, and Registrar. 



Appleton p. C. Griffin, Custodian of Shelves. 
William F. Robinson, Registration Clerk. 
Thomas H. Cummings, Curator of Lower Hall 

Catalogue. 
Louis F. Gray, Office Secretary. 



William E. Ford, Janitor., Central Library. 



LIBRARIANS OF DEPARTMENTS. 



Arthur M. Knapp, Bates Hall. 
Edward Tiffany, Lo-wer Hall. 
Mary E. Brock, Brighton. 
Cornelius S. Cart^e, Charlestoivn. 
Mary G. Coffin, Dorchester. 



Sarah C. Godbold, East Boston. 
Eliza R. Davis, Jamaica Plain. 
Sarah Bunker, Roxbury. 
Alice J. Bragdon, South Boston. 
Grace A. De Borges, South End. 



Mary A. Hill, Custodian, Lower Mills. 
Harriet L. Towner, Custodian, Mattafan. 



Robert M. Otis, Custodian, Roslindale. 
Marion L. Woodward, Custodian, W. Roxbury. 



C ONTENTS 



Information for Readers 62 

Bates Hall 63 

Lower Hall and Branches 99 

Copyright iii 



Ireland and the Land Question 116 

Civil Service 120 

Parliamentary Sessional Papers, 1880 . . . 122 

Notes . 123 



INFORMATION FOR READERS. 



Number of Volumes and Hours. 

All departments are open every secular day 
except the six legal holidays, — February 22, 
Fast Day, Memorial Day, July 4, Thanksgiving 
and Christmas, — and such other days as the 
Trustees may direct. 

The Bates Hall is open from nine o'clock, a.m., 
until six, P.M., from October to March, inclusive, 
and until seven o'clock during the rest of the 
year. The Lower Hall of the Central Library is 
open from half-past eight o'clock, a.m., to nine 
o'clock, P.M. From July i to August 30, inclu- 
sive, the time of closing is one hour earlier. 
The Central Reading Room for Periodicals is 
open from nine o'clock, a.m., until ten, p.m., and 
on Sundays from two to ten. From July i to 
August 30, inclusive, the time of closing is one 
hour earlier. During these two months the 
Branch Libraries close one hour earlier than the 
time mentioned in the following table. 



Bates Hall 

Newspaper Room . . . 
Duplicate Room . . . 

Lower Hall 

Brighton Branch . . . 
Charlestown Branch . 
Dorchester Branch . . 
£ast Boston Branch . 
Jamaica Plain Branch . 
Lower Mills Delivery . 
Mattapan delivery . . . 

Roslindale Delivery . . 

Roxbury Branch . . . 
South Boston Branch . 
South End Branch . . 
West Roxbury Delivery 



Totals 



Hours. 

) to 7 



8.30 to 9 
9 to 8*t 
9 to 8* 
9 to 8* 
9 to 8* 
9 to8*t 
4 107.30** 
3.30 to 7jt 
J 3 to6tt 
J7 toStt 
9 to 8 
9 to 9 
9 to 8* 
3 to stt 



Vols. 

a39,oo8 
3.50+ 
".939 
40,584 
13.2^ 
84.637 
".303 
JJ.3SS 
8,661 



a3,368 
10,908 
10,034 
3.070 



Periodicals 

in R. R. 
(Duplicates 
excluded.) 

361a 

34 
60 
30 
30 
33 



* Kerp open till 9 P.M. Saturdays. 
+ Closed 12 m. to 2 p.m. 
I Reading Room 9 tu <J. 
••Closed from 6 to 6.30. 



4:1,639 713 

ttTueadays, Tliumlu.vi, and Salai~ 

dav>. 
ttTueadayi tn SatunUy*. inclutlre. 
aDrliveied to leadrra u\m> on Sun- 
day*. 



CATALOG UES. 
Bullet±as. 
New Books as soon as received are entered on 
the Bulletin Boards of each Library. In the 
Bates Hall, before titles appear on the Board the 
new books are displayed (with the shelf-number 
attached) in a glass case at the desk. The lists in 
the Lower Hall and at the Branches show only 
the books added to those departments. The Dor- 
chester list is posted also at the Deliveries at the 
Lower Mills and Mattapan, and the Jamaica Plain 
list at the Deliveries at Roslindale and West Rox- 
bury. The Bulletins are for sale (excepting those 
out of print) at five cents each. Books with num- 
bers below 2iioare in the Lower Hall ; with 2110 
and above, in the Bates Hall. Those with Brl., 
Chn., I>or., E. B., J. P., Rox., 8. B.> or 8. E. 
prefixed to the number are respectively in the 
Brighton, Charlestown, Dorchester, East Bos- 
ton, Jamaica Plain, Roxbury, South Boston, or 
South End Branch. 

Bates Hall of the Central Library. 

I. The Index of i86i. (Includes the Bow- 
ditch Library-) Out of print. 

II. The Supplement of 1866. (Includes the 
Parker Library.) For sale in sheets at $2.00. 

III. The Catalogue of the Prince Li- 
brary. For sale at $1.00. 

IV. The Catalogue of the Ticknor Col- 
lection of Spanish and Portuguese books. For 
sale at $j.oo. 

V. The Catalogue of the Barton Collec- 
tion. Shakespearian portion. For sale at Sj. 00. 



VI. Public Card Catalogue. This con- 
tains, with some exceptions, the titles of all the 
books in the Bates Hall. 

VII. The Official Card Catalogue, which 
can be consulted, in cases of need, upon applica- 
tion, contains the titles of all books added to the 
Bates Hall since the publication of the Supple- 
ment in 1866, and includes some titles of books 
received between 1S66 and 1871, which are not 
in the Public Card Catalogue. 

Engravings. 
There is a separate catalogue of the Tosti En- 
gravings in drawers at the north end of the Pub- 
lic Card Catalogue case in Bates Hall. 

Lo'wer Hall of the Central Library. 

I. Fiction and Juv'eniles, with notes for 
readers. 6th edition, April, 1877. Embraces 
the "Index to Historical Fiction." 20 cents. 

II. Arts, Sciences, and Professions. 2d 
edition, September, 1871. 10 cents. — Supplement- 
ary Catalogue, May, 1881. 20 cents. 

III. History, Biography, and Travels, 
with notes for readers. 2d edition, July, 1873. 
JO cents. 

IV. Books in Foreign Languages, jd 
edition. May, 1881. vj cents. 

V. Poetry, Drama, Collections, and Mis- 
cellanies. Jst edition, August, 1870. 20 cents. 

VI. Card Catalogue. This contains the 
titles of all the books in the Lower Hall, alpha- 
betically arranged, both by authors' names and 
by the titles of books. An assistant, who alone 
has access to this catalogue, will furnish such 
information as may not be found in the printed 
catalogues. 

Branches. 

Catalogues are for sale : — Brighton, 2j cents, 
for the main Catalogue (including first Supple- 
ment), and 5 cents for each of the two subsequent 
Supplements; Charlestown, ^/. 00 ; Dorchester, 
7_5 cents; East Boston, 2 j cents ; Jamaica Plain, 
/J cents ; Roxbury, 30 cents ; South Boston, 
^j cents. 

Bates Hall books can be applied for at the 
several Branches and Deliveries, and, if they are 
on the shelves, they will be sent to the Branch 
or Delivery the same or following day. 

The Bulletins since the issues of the Branch 
Catalogues constitute supplements to these sev- 
eral lists. 

Prices of Catalogues to Non-Residents 

are fixed to cover cost of manufacture and post- 
age, as follows : — 

Bates Hall.— I. Prince Catalogue, ^/.7j. Tick- 
nor Catalogue, i?j.oo. Barton Catalogue,- ^j.oo. 

Lower Hall. — II. History, Biography, and 
Travel. $i.jo. 

III. Arts, Sciences, and Professions. 7j cents. 

IV. Fiction and Juveniles. 7j cents. 

V. Poetry, Drama, and Miscellanies. $1.00. 
Bulletins.— \l. Quarterly issues, each, 20 cents. 
The Bulletins must be applied for as issued, 

during January, April, July, and October of each 
year, as subscriptions cannot be received. 

The Branch Catalogues and other publications 
will be furnished, as far as practicable, on terms 
to be made known on application. 

Central Periodical Reading Room. 

A list of periodicals currently received is for 
sale at j cents. There is also a List of serial 
publications now taken in the principal libraries 
of Boston and Cambridge. Price 2(T cents. 



For further particulars "see Handbook for Readers," distributed gratis. 



LIST OF THE NEW AND MORE IMPORTANT BOOKS 

PLACED IN THE LIBRARY 
DURING JANUARY, FEBRUARY, AND MARCH, 1882. 



ABBREVIATIONS, ETC. 



Shelf-numbers 2iioand upwards indicate books in Bates Hall. 

Shelf-numbers below 21 lo indicate books in the Lower Hall. 

Bri., Brighton Branch. 

Clm.) Charlestown Branch. 

Dor., Dorchester Branch. 

E. B., East Boston Branch. 

J. P., Jamaica Plain Branch. 

Roi., Roxbury Branch. 

S. B., South Boston Branch. 

S. E., South End Branch. 

N. R., Newspaper Room. 

R. R., Reading Room. 

C. R., Catalogue Room. 

M. S., Map Stand. 

B., Boston. 



L., 

Lpz. 

P.. 

n.d., 
n.p., 
Cop. 
[ J 



( ) 



*o.* 



London. 
, Leipzig. 

Paris. 

No date of publication given. 

No place of publication given. 
, Copyrighted. 

Enclose corrections or explanations. 

Stands for the preceding heading. 

Stands for a subordinate heading. 

Enclose names not usually retained. 

Permission of the Librarian, or officer in charge of Bates 
Hall, required to take the book out. Not attached to 
Lower Hall copies of the same hook. 

Book cannot leave the Library. 

Permission of Trustees required to take the book out. 



*,^* Friends of the Public Library will confer a favor, if they will communicate the correction of 
any error they may discover in this List, the ajithorship of any works treated as anonymous, or the 
name of any person entered only under a pseudonym. 



BATES HALL. 



I. 



Mostly Recent Publications. 



Abbott, John S. C. Italy, and the war for 
Italian independence, including a biog. sketch of 
Pius IX. B., 1871. Portrs. 12°. 2726.57 

Abdo-'l-Wiihid al-Marr^koshi. The history 
of the Almohades, preceded by a sketch of the 
history of Spain, from the conquest till the reign 
of Yiisof Ibn-Yeshufin, and the history of the 
Almoravides. Ed. by R. Dozy. 2d ed. Leyden, 
1881. 8°. 3096.11 

The preface is in English ; the text in Arabic. 

Ablett, William H. Market-garden husbandry. 
L., 1S81. 8°. 3995-68 

Abyssinia. See Munzinger. 

Accidents. See Walford. 

Acland, Arthur H. D., and Ransome, Cyril. 
A hand-book in outline of the political history 
of England to i88i chronologically arranged. 
L., 1882. Sm. 8°. 2515.52 

Adam de St. Victor. The liturgical poetry of 
Adam of St. Victor. From the text of Gautier. 
With trans, into English in the original metres 
and notes by Digby S. Wrangham. L., 1881. 
3 V. Sm. 8°. *5444-52 

Adirondacks. See New York, state. 

Adulterations. See Vogl. 

.Esthetics. See Migne ; — Paget. 

Afghanistan. See Dey. 

Africa. See Rowley ; — Wilson, C. T. 

Agriculture, ^ce Tanner; — U.S. Bureau of 
agriculture. 



Aimard, Gustave. Le coeur-loyal. 
3°. 

— Les francs tireurs. P., 1861. 18' 

— La Mas-Horca. P., 1867. 12°. 

— Les rodeurs des frontiferes. P., il 

— Les scalpeurs blancs. L'^nigme. 



P., 1861 
4662.59 

. 4662.61 
4662.60 



4662.62 
P., 1873. 

4662.64 
L., 1882. 

2459.89 



Ainger, Alfred. Charles Lamb. 
[English men of letters.] Sm. 8°. 

Al Kindy (Abd al Masi'h Ibn Ishdc al Kindy). 
The apology of Al Kindy, written at the court 
of Al MamCin (a.h. 215; A.D. 830), in defence 
of Christianity against Islam. With an essay on 
its age and authorship. By Sir William Muir. 
L., 1882. 8°. 3485-71 

The Apology is given in the form of an abstract, with 
quotations. 

Aldrich, Thomas B. Friar Jerome's beautiful 
book, etc. [Poems.] Selected from Cloth of gold 
and Flower and thorn. B., 1881. 16°. 239ob.62 

Algebra. See Newcomb ; -7- Rodet. 

Algeria. See Barclay. 

Allen, Grant. Vignettes from nature 
Sm. 8°. 

Essays reprinted from the Pall Mall gazette. 

Almanach de Gotha. 1882. Gotha. [1881.] 16°. 

♦6219b. 50 
Almanacs. See American ; — Annuaire : — 
British ; — Eason ; — Gothaischer ; — Whitaker. 



L., 1881. 
3826.67 



63 



BATES HALL 



April, 



Almohades, Almoravides. See Abdo-'l-Wd- 
hid. 

America. See Bastian ; — Brown. 

America, British. See Bolton, E. C 

America, Central. See Bastian ; — Boyle. 

American almanac for 1882. Ed. by A. R. 
SpoflFord. N. Y., 1882. 8°. ♦2388.50 

American antiquarian society. The report of 
the council, April 27th, 1881, with remarks upon 
the revolutionary orderly books in possession 
of the society, by Nathaniel Paine. Worcester, 

1881. 8°. ' *2320.I2 

American art review. Vol. 2, 2ddiv. B., 1881. 
Plates. Illus. 40. *6953.i 

This publication has been discontinued. 

American association for the advancement of 
science. Proceedings, 28th, 29th meeting, 1879, 
80. Salem, 1880, 81. 2 v. Illus. 8°. *3935.i 

American sacred songs trans, into the Arme- 
nian language. {Armenian and English r\ Venice, 
1874. 240. 7444-63 

Anatomy. See Duval ; — Garrod. 

Andrd, C., Rayet, G., and Angot, A. L'astro- 
nomie pratique et les observatoires en Europe et 
en Amerique depuis le milieu du xviie siecle. 
P., 1874-81. 5v. in4. Illus. Plates. 12°. 3928.60 

Andrea, Richard. Allgemeiner Handatlas in 
sechsundachtzig Karten mit Text. Bielefeld, 

1 88 1. Fo. *2284.54 
Anecdotes. See Migne. 

Anglo-Saxon language. See Rask. 

Annuaire de la presse fran9aise. 1881. Par E. 
Mermet. 2eannde. P. [1881.] Illus. 12°. *6i99.3 

Annuaire de I'economie politique et de la 
statistique. 386 annee. P., 1881. 18°. ♦56493.3 

Annuaire diplomatique et consulaire de la re- 
publique fran9aise 1879-81. Ann^e 22-24. P-' 
1879-81. 3 v. Maps. 8°. *66i9a.i 

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Antiquities. See Bastian ; — Buckman ; — 
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— U. S. Geog. surveys ; — Westropp. 

Anzengruber, L. Dorfgange. Gesammelte 
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Stories of Austrian and Bavarian country life. 

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Arabia Petraea. See Ludwig. 

Arakan, Burmah. See Hughes. 

Architecture. See Barry; — Breymann; — 
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Argentine confederation. See Fernau. 

Aristoteles. Aristotle on the parts of animals. 
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songs; — Byron. 

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Ashton, John. Chap-books of the eighteenth 
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Astrologia giapponese. Notizie di astrologia 
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Astronomy. See Andr^ ; — Flammarion ; — 
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Atlantis. See Donnelly. 

Atlases. See Andree ; — Spruner. 

Atoms. Sec Fechner. 

Auerbach, Berthold. Die Genesis des Nathan. 
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Aurelius Antoninus, Marcus. See Renan. 

Autobiography of Thomas Allen. Bv the 
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245ob.5i 

Autographs. See Morley. 

Autumn leaves. See Heath. 

Avalokitecvara Sutra. Trad, italienne de la 
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Babeau, Albert. L'ecole de village pendant la 
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Bacon, Francis, baron Verulam and viscount 
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Baillon, (E.) H. The natural history of plants. 
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Bain, Alexander. James Mill. A biography. 
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Barbou, Alfred. Victor, Hugo and his time. 
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4047.68 
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No. 9 in *3562.53 

— Zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der heutigen 
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Bartholow, Roberts. On the antagonism be- 
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Bartlett, William H. Walks about the city 
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Basch, Julius. Das Faustpfandrecht fiir 
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Bastian, Adolph. Die Culturlander des alten 
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Bastille. See Ravaisson. 

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Baudissin, Wolf W. , Graf von. Studien zur 
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Bauer, Karoline, Grdfin von Broel-Plater. Aus 
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Baz, Gustavo, and Gallo, E. L. Historia del 
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Beaconsfield, Earl. See Disraeli. 

Beard, George M. Practical treatise on sea- 
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Bechmann, (G. C) August. Der Kauf nach 
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Contents. — Geschichte des Kaufs im roemischen Recht. 

Beckett, Sir Edmund, formerly Edmutid Beck- 
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Bedell, William. See Cambridge. 

Beet sugar. See U. S. Bureau of agriculture. 

Beethoven, Ludwig van. Neun Symphonien 
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♦4041.53 

Contents. — i. Symphonic No. i, C dur; Symphonie No. 
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Symphonie No. 9, D moll. 

— Ouverturen. Partitur. Lpz. [1873, 74.^] 3 
V. in I. 4°. 8o4oa.57 

Contents. — i. Zu Leonore (Fidelio) No. i, Opus 138; 
Zu Leonore (Fidelio) No. 1, Opus 72 ; Zu Leonore (Fidelio) 
No. 3, Opus 72. — 2. Zu Fidelio, Opus 72, E dur; Zu Prome- 
theus, Opus 43; Zu Coriolan, Opus 62; Zu Egmont, Opus 
84.Tr-3. Zu Ruinen von Athen, Op. 113; Op. iij (Namens- 
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Beeton's Complete orator. L. [1881 ?] 2 v. in 
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Begging. See Lammers. 

Bemis, Charles A. History of Marlborough, 
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Benny, Philip B. The criminal code of the 
Jews according to the Talmud Massecheth 
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Previously published in the Pall Mall gazette. 

Benoist, F^lix, and Lalaisse, Hippolyte. La 
Normandie illustrde : monuments, sites et cos- 
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Bentinck, Lord George F. C. See Disraeli. 

Bering, John A., and Montgomery, Thomas. 
History of the 48th Ohio veteran volunteer in- 
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Berlin. Bericht iiber die Gemeinde-Verwal- 
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Berlioz, (L.) Hector. Lettres intimes. P., 
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Bernard, Auguste, ed. Recueil des chartes de 
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Bernstein, A. Die Jahre der Reaktion. His- 
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Bersier, Eugfene. Saint-Paul's vision, and 
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Bewick, Thomas and John. See Hindley. 

Bible. Facsimile of the Codex Alexandrinus. 
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Contents. — i. Genesis-2 Chronicles. — 4. New TesUraeat 
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— The Holy Bible according to the author- 
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— Same. O. T. Vol. 6. N. T. Vol. 3, 4- 
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ConUnts.—6. Ezekiel-Malachi. — N. T. 3. Romans-Philo. 
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Bible, continued. 

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— Ne-w Testament. The New Testament in 
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2 V. Sm. 8°. 3419-78 

— Same. American ed. N.Y., 1881, 82. 2 
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— New Testament. Revision. 1881. 5ee Beck- 
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Mark. See Volkmar. 

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Bibliography. See Brown ; — Brunet ; — Curi- 
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Bibliothfeque des dcoles fran<;aises d'Athenes et 
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Bird, H. E. Chess practice : record of the 
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Bismarck, Otto E. L., FUrst von. ^ec Bam- 
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Blackwood, Lady Alicia. Narrative of per- 
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3085.58 

Blanc, (A. A. P.) Charles. Grammaire des 
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Bodemann, Eduard. Julie von Bondeli und 
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Boissy, Therese, marquise de, formerly con- 
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Bojesen, Maria. A guide to the Danish 

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Bolton, Edward C, and Webber, H. H. The 

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Bolton, H. Carrington. The student's guide 

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5974-59 

Bolton, Robert. The history of the several 
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Bolton, England. See Barton. 

Bondeli, Julie von. See Bodemann. 

Borneo. Sec Hatton, J. ; — Helms. 

Bornier, Henri, vicomte de. Podsies com- 
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Borooah, Anundoram. Practical English- 
Sanskrit dictionary. Calcutta, 1877-81. 3 v. 
Sm. 4°. ♦3036.51 

Contents. — i. A to Falseness. — a. Falsification to Oyster. 
With treatise on higher Sanskrit grammar or gender and 
syntax. — 3. P to Z. With essay on the ancient geography 
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Bosboom-Toussaint, Anna L. G. De Graaf 
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— Majoor Frans. Novelle. 4de druk. Am- 
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— Raymond de schrijnwerker. Novelle in 
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Bosco, Giovanni. A compendium of Italian 
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Bossuet, Jacques B. CEuvres inddites ddcou- 
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Contains the Satires of Juvenal as read to the son of Louis 
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Boston. City council. Memorial of J. A. Gar- 
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Reports of proceedings, 1881. 2d ser. 

Volf2. B. [1882.] 40. ♦6350.2 

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Boston almanac, The, and business directory. 
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Botkin, Michael. Alexander Andrejewitsch 
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Bowser, George. The Hawaiian kingdom, 
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guide, 1880-81. Honolulu and San Francisco, 
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Boyd, Andrew K. H. Our little life. Essays 
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Boyle, Frederick. Legends of my bungalow. 
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Braun, Carl. Der Staat und die Volkswirth- 
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Brazil. See L^ry. 

Bremiker, Carl. Logarithmisch-trigonome- 
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Bretschneider, E. Early European researches 
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*8oi2.64 

Bricks. See Chabat. 

Brief history of ancient peoples, with an ac- 
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Briggs, Samuel. The archives of the Briggs 
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Briscoe, John P., ed. Old Nottinghamshire. 
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British almanac. The. [^/so] Companion to 
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British trade journal. The. 1880. i8th year. 
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Brown, John Carter. Bibliotheca Americana. 
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Brown, Robert, y>., F. S.A. The imicorn : a 
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Browne, Francis F. , comp. Golden poems. 
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Browning, Robert. Poetical works. L., 1879. 
4 V. Sm. 8°. 4565.69 

Contents. — i. Pauline ; Paracelsus ; Strafford. — ^. Sordello ; 
Pippa passes. — 3. King- Victor and King Charles; Dramatic 
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cheon ; Colombe's birthday ; Dramatic romances. 



Brownson, Orestes A. Essays and review^ 
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Bruemmer, Franz. Deutsches Dichter-Lexi- 
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C.R. 7.5.8 

Brugsch, Heinrich (Carl), c«//e<f Brugsch-Bey. 
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der gewdhnlichen und in der geiheimen Schrift 
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Brunet, Pierre G. La bibliomanie en 1880. 
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— Les fous litt^raires : essai bibliographique 
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Brunier, Ludwig. Eine mecklenburgische 
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Brunner, Heinrich. Zur Rechtsgeschichte der 
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Contents. — i. Die Privaturkunden Italiens; Das angel- 
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Brunton, Thomas L. The Bible and science. 
With illus. L., 1881. Sm. 8°. 3826.66, 

Bryce, G. Manitoba : its infancy, growth, and 
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Buckman, James, and Newmarch, Charles H. 
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Buddhism. See Davids. 

Buechner, (F. C. C.) Ludwig. Physiologische 
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Buff, George L., and Berger, Louis. Hand- 
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Bulfinch, Thomas. The age of fable; or, 

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Bullock, Alexander H. The centennial of 
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Bulwer-Lytton, Edward R. L., baron Lytton. 
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Bunnell, Lafayette H. Discovery of the 
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Bunsen, Ernest C. L. de. Die Plejaden und 
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Burmah. See Laurie. 

Bums, Eliza B. Burnz' phonic shorthand, 
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Burton, William E., comp. The cyclopaedia of 
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Butler, Samuel. Alps and sanctuaries of 
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Byron, George G. N., bth baron. Lord Byron's 
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Caine, T. Hall, comp. Sonnets of three centu- 
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Calderon de la Barca, Pedro. See Dorer. 

California. See Helms. 

Calleva Atrebatum. See Hedges. 

Cambridge [England] in the seventeenth 
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Contents. — i. Nicholas Ferrar. — 3. Matthew Robinson. 
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Campbell, Christopher C. In the circuit court of 
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This suit was brought by Campbell, as assignee in trust, 
against the city of New York. for an alleged infringement of 
a patent granted to James Knibbs for improvements in 
steam fire-engine pumps. 

Campbell, Robert MacGregor, called Rob 
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Canada. See Bolton, E. C. ; — Dawson; — 
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Candolle, Alphonse and Casimir de. Mono- 
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Contents. — 3. Philydraceae, auctore T. Caruel ; Alismaceae, 
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Canler, — . M^moires de Canler, ancien chef 
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The first edition was published in the year 1S62, in an 
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Cardinals. See Migne. 

Carleton, Fanny E. Operas : their writers and 
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Carrington, Henry B. Battle maps and charts 
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Cartailhac, £mile. L'^ge de la pierre en 
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Cassino, Samuel E. The international sci- 
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Catnach, James. See Hindley. 

Cavagnari, Sir P. L. N. See Dey. 

Celts. See Lemiere. 

Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de. See Dorer. 

Chabat, Pierre. La brique et la terre cuite ; 
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Challenger, ship. Report on the scientific re- 
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Contents. — Report on the Echinoidea, by A. Agassiz ; 
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Chamier, F. The book of knots, being a com- 
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Chamisso, Adalbert von. See Fulda. 

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Charles I. of England. See Gardiner. 

Charleston, 5. C. Proceedings of the city 
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Charnock, Richard S. Prsenomina ; or, the ety- 
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Chemoviz, Pedro L. N. Formulario e guia 
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Cheshire, England. Croston. See 

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Chester, Joseph L., ed. The parish registers 
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Chicago. See One year. 

Children's hospital, Boston. [A collection of 
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" The papers and cuttings contained in this volume relate 
to the Children's hospital in Boston, to similar institutions 
elsewhere, to sisterhoods, and to organizations established 
for the care of children. They embrace nearly everything 
which has been printed concerning the Children's hospital 
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Chili. Ministerio de guerra i marina. Me- 

moria de guerra i marina, presentada al Con- 
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Memoria del interior presentada al Con- 
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China. See Bretschneider ; — Fergusson; — 
Oliver, S. P. 

Chinese language and literature. See Avalo- 
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Christ. See Fairbairn ; — Furness ; — Hay- 
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. Christian art. See Migne. 

Christianity. See Godet ; — Migne ; — Renan ; 
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Chronology. See Crawford ; — Fergusson ; — 
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Churchill, John, ist duke of Marlborough. See 
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Chwolson, D. A. Die semitischen Vdlker. Ber- 
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On Ezekiel, viii, 14. 

Cicero, Marcus Tullius. See Meyer, P. 

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Civil service. See Guide ; — Parton. 

Clark, Daniel K. Tramways, their construction 
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Clark, Edward E., pudl. Boston blue-book. 
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Classics, The. See Engelmann. 

Claude, — . Memoires de Monsieur Claude, 
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T. 1-5. P., 18S1, 82. 12°. 2649a.67 

Clinics. See Jousset. 

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Clough, J. E. From darkness to light : a story 
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Club of True Highlanders. See North. 

Cluny, Abbey of Sec Bernard. 

Cobden club. Local government and taxation 
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Codex Alexandrinus. See Bible. 

Coins. See Numismatics. 

Coles, Edward, governor of Illinois. See 
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Collignon, Maxime. Manuel d'arch^ologie 
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Colonization. See Philippson. 

Com6die fran^aise. See Houssaye. 

Commerce. See Bechmann ; — Levi ; — Put- 
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Commission scientifiquedu Mexique. Archives 
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Ministere de I'instruction publique. P., 1865, 67. 
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Common prayer, Book of. See Dix. 

Complaynt, The, of Scotlandc byth ane exor- 
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deffens of their public veil. 1549. With an ap- 
pendix of contemporary English tracts. (1542- 
48.) [Parti.] Re-ed. with introd., and glossary 
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The claims of Sir David Lyndesay and Robert Wedder- 
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present editor. 



Congregationalism. See Ladd. 

Connecticut. Public records of the colony 
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Connecticut valley historical society. Papers 
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1 88 1. Portr. 4°. *4352.6o 
Conscience, Cases of. See Migne. 
Constant de Rebecque, Henri B. Lettres de 

Benjamin Constant a Madame R^camier, 1807- 
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Contracts. See Karsten. 

Cook, Keningale R. Purpose and passion : 
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Cooke, Josiah P. Principles of chemical 
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Cookery. See Parloa. 

Cooley, Thomas M. The general principles 
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Copyright. See White ; — and List appended 

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Coralline. See Solms. 

Cordage. See Chamier. • 

Corean language. See Grammaire. 

Corn laws (English). See Oppenheim. 

Corporations. See Dyer. 

Costume. ^See Benoist; — North. 

Cotton. See U. S. Dept. of state. 

Councils. See Migne. 

Cowley, Percy T. Poems. L., 1881. 8°. 2562.64 

Crawford, T. P. The patriarchal dynasties 
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Creation. Sec Migne ; — Stanley. 

Creighton, Louise. Life of Edward the Black 
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Creighton, Mandell. Life of Simon de Mont- 
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Creizenach, Wilhelm. Die Buhnengeschichte 
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Cresp, Pierre P. Cours de droit maritime. 
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Cries of London. See Hindley. 

Crimean war. Sec Blackwood ; — 'Powers. 

Crocker, Uriel H., and George G. Notes 
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Cross. See Zestermann. 

Croston, James. Nooks and corners of Lan- 
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Crusades. See Migne ; — Roehricht. 

Cultura, La ; rivista di scienze, lettere ed 
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Cumming, Constance F. G. At home in Fiji. 
New ed. with map and illus. N. Y., 1882. 12°. 

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— A lady's cruise in a French man-of-war. 
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8°. 3073-59 

A voyage with the French bishop of Samoa among the 
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Cuneiform inscriptions. See Haupt; — Lenor- 
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Curiosity, La, litteraire et bibliographique. 
Articles litteraires. Reproduction, extraits et 
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Cutler, Elbridge G., and Garland, George M. 
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Daily steps upward. A Scripture text, and 
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Dairy. See Sheldon. 

Dammann, A. Kulturkampfe in Alt-England, 
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Danish language and literature. See Bojesen ; 
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Dansk Bogfortegnelse, 1 856-1 880. Med et 
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8°. *6 1 66.44 

Dante Alighieri. '0 "Aid;?f. 'Sieroi^paaiq Kuv- 
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Danton, Georges J. See Robinet. 
* Dartmouth college. See Memorials. 

Davenport, lozva. See Land. 

Davids, Thomas W. Rhys. Lectures on the 
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some points in the history of Indian Buddhism. 
N.Y.,iS82. [Hibbertlectilres, i88i.] S^ 54803.56 

Davin, G. Petit manuel de viticulture ameri- 
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Davis, George E. Practical microscopy. Illus. 
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Gives lists of books for the study of special objects. 

Davis, Rebecca I. Gleanings from Merrimac 
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Dawson, S. J. Report on the exploration of 
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bay, John, fl. about 1600-1620. Works. With 
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Contents. — Peregrinatio scholastica ; The parliament of 
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English brothers: Sir Thomas, Sir Anthony, and Mr. 
Robert Shirley; The blind beggar of Bednal-Green. 

Decoration. See Blanc; — Lienard; — Smith, 
J. M. 

De Costa, Benjamin F. The Moabite stone. 
N. Y., 1871. 8". 3033.75 

Decrow, William E. Yale and the City of elms. 
With heliotypes. B., 1882. Map. 16°. 23S8.57 

Delbrueck, B. Introduction to the study of 
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of comparative philology of the Indo-European 
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Della-Rocca, Marie, frincesse. Souvenirs de 
la vie intime de Henri Heine, recueillis par sa 
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P., iSSi. i6«. 2847.63 

Deluge. See Schoebel. 

Denison family. See Baldwin. 

De Ranee, Charles E. The water supply of 
England and Wales. L., 1882 [1881]. Fo"lded 
maps. 8°. 3944.61 

Descartes, Ren^. See Liard. 

Description of Ireland, and the state thereof 
as it is at this present in anno 1598. Now for 
the first time published. With notes by Edmund 
Hogan. Dublin. 1878. 4°. *2463.6o 

Design and work and mechanical world. Vol. 
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Deutscher Journal-Katalog fiir 1880-82. Aufl. 
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Dey, Kally P. The life and career of Major 
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Differential equations. See Riemann. 

Differentials. See Miller-Hauenfels. 

Digestion. See Fothergill. 

Diman, J. Lewis. Orations and essays : with 
selected parish sermons. A memorial volume. 
B., 1882 [1881]. Portr. 160. 2404.73 

Contents. — Commemorative discourse, Ma}' 17, iSSi, by 
James O. Murray; Addresses: Alienation of the educated 
classes from politics; Method of academic culture; At the 
unveiling of- the monument to Roger Williams; Settlement 
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University corporations; Seven sermons. 

Diplomatics. See Migne. 

Disraeli, Benjamin, earl of Beacoftsfield. Lord 
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— Selected speeches. Arranged and ed. with 
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Dive, Hippolyte. Les biblioth^ques populaires. 
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Divorce. See Woolsey. 

Dix, Morga'n. Lectures on the first prayer- 
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Dixon, William G. The land of the morning. 
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Dobson, William T., ed. Poetical ingenuities 
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Dogs. See Simpson. 

Dohm, Anton. Die Pantopoden des Golfes 
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Domestic animals. See Lefour; — RoUand. 

Donnelly, Ignatius. Atlantis : the antedilu- 
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The author attempts to show th.it the island of Atlantis, 
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nation to which all civilizations may be traced. 

Dorer, Edmund. Cervantes und seine Werke 
nach deutschen Urtheilen. Mit Anhange : Die 
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— Goethe und Calderon. Gedenkblatter zur 
Calderonfeier. Lpz., 1881. 16°. 3099-73 

Dorothy, a country story in elegiac verse. B., 
1882. 16°. 239ob.66 

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Doubleday, Abner. Chancellorsville and Get- 
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Dove, Alfred. Die Forsters und die Hum- 
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Contents. — Johann Reinhold Forster; Joliann Georg 
Adam Forster; Wilhelm v. Humboldt; Alexander v. Hum- 
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Drama (including the stage and theatre). See 
Proelss ; — Rojer ; — Schoenborn ; — Wieseler ; — 
Zezschvvitz. 

Dresser, Henry E. History of the birds of 
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Drival, E. van. De I'origine et de la constitu- 
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Drummond, James. Ancient Scottish weap- 
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Dublin. See Haliday. 

Duehring, E. Die Ueberschatzung Lessing's 
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Duhring, Louis A. Practical treatise on dis- 
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Dukas, Jules. Etude bibliographique et litte- 
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Duncker, Max. The history of antiquity. 
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Du Sartel, O. La porcelaine de Chine. P., 
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Dutch literature. See Bosboom ; — Keyser. 

Duval, Mathias. Prt^cis d'anatomie a I'usage 
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Dyer, Isaac W., comf. A manual of Maine 
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manufacturing, mining, and business corpora- 
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Portland, 1881. 16°. 3669.58 



E., B. E. A hundred years ago [poem], by 
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Earthquakes. See Seismological society. 

Eason, Charles, jr. Almanac for Ireland for 
1882. Dublin. [1881.] Srfi. 8°. 2509a.5o 

East, The. See Maxwell ; — Schlaefli. 

Ecce Spiritus. (Anon.) See Haywood, Ed- 
ward F. 

Eccles, England. See Harland. 

Ecclesiastical history. See Migne ; — Sainte 
Marthe ; — Stanley ; — Wordsworth. 

Ecclesiastical law. See Migne. 

Ecclesiastical polity. See Ladd. 

Eclectic medicine. See Massachusetts. 

Eddy, Henry T. A treatise on the principles 
and applications of analytic geometry. Phila., 
1874. 8". 3936.62 

Edinburgh. See Grant, J. 

Education. See Babeau ; — Kern ; — Mahaffy ; 
— Schrader, W. ; — Statistisches ; — Waitz. 

Edward, the Black prince. See Creighton, L. 

Edwards, Emory. Modern American marine 
engines, boilers, and screw propellers. Illus. 
Phila., 1881. 4". 8011.67 

Edwards, Joseph F. Malaria : what it means 
and how avoided. Phila., 1881. 16°. 37903.64 



Edwards, (H.) Sutherland. Life and artistic 
career of Sims Reeves. L. [1881.] Portr. Sm. 
8"- 4049.85 

Egelhaaf, Gottlob. Grundziige der deutschen 
Literaturgeschichte. Heilbronn, i88i. 8°. 

4873.16 

Egger, Victor. La parole int^rieure. Essai de 
psychologic descriptive. P., 1881. 8°. 36003.71 

Egypt. See Maxwell, E. H. ; — Oliphant; — 
Revue ; — Vyse ; — Wiedemann. 

Eighteenth century. See Goncourt ; — Hille- 
brand. 

Elissalde Castremont, L. d'. Histoire de I'in- 
trod. du christianisme sur le continent russe 
et vie de sainte Olga. P., 1879. 8°- 3513-57 

Ellis, Arthur B. History of the First church 
in Boston, 1630-1880. With an introd. by George 
E.Ellis. Illus. B., 1881. Portrs. 8°. *3543.70 

Ellis, John, il/.Z>. The wine question in the 
light of the new dispensation [of the New Jerusa- 
lem church]. N.Y., 1882. Illus. 12°. 35703.56 

Eisner, Fritz. Die Praxis desNahrungsmittel- 
Chemikers. Lpz., 1880. Illus. 8°. 5974-^5 

Elson, Louis C. Home and school. An illus. 
song book for children. B. [1881.] 4°. 4044.71 

Elton, Charles. Origins of English history. 
L., 1882 [1881]. Folded maps. 8"^. 2423.16 

Emmanuel, D. Etude des int^grales ab^li- 
ennes de troisiemeespece. [Th^se.] P., 1879. 4°. 

•*502i.69 

Encyclopaedias. See Hunter, R. ; — Migne. 

Encyclop^die des sciences religieuses, publi^e 
sous la direction de F. Lichtenberger. Vol. 10, 
II. Onction-Syzygie. P., 1881. 8°. *3534.55 

Engelmann, Wilhelm. Bibliotheca scriptorum 
classicorum. 8te Aufl., umfassend die Literatur 
von 1 700 bis 1878, bearb. von E. Preuss. ite Abth. 
Scriptores Graeci. Lpz., 1880. 8°. *2i74.50 

Engineering. See Institution ; — Matheson. 

England. See Dammann ; — De Ranee ; — 
Goadby ; — Great Britain ; — Green, J. R. ; — 
Sergeant. 

England, Church of. ^ee Stanley; — Jennings. 

English language and literature. See Hunter, 
R. ; — Morley ; — Ogilvie ; — Roget ; — Smith, G- 
B. ; — Storm. 

Engraving. See Bocher ; — Tuer. 

Eschmunazair, King: See Schlottmann. 

Etchings. See Law ; — North ; — Sumner. 

Ethics. See Grote ; — Sewall ; — Spencer, H. 

Ethnography. See Lucy-Fossarieu ; — Ma- 
Touan-Lin; — U. S. Geog. surveys. 

Europe. See Hale. 

Evelyn family. See Scull. 

Everett, Joseph D. Units and physical con- 
stants. L., 1879. Sm. 8". 3966.80 
" Substantially a new ed. of ' Illustrations of the C. G. S. 
system of units ' published in 1S7S by the Physical society of 
llondon, supplemented." 

Everett, William. School sermons to the boys 
at Adams academy, Quincy, Mass. B., 1882. 



16°. 



5444.56; **5444.59 



Evidences of a revealed religion. See Migne ; 
— Smith, H. B. 

Evolution. See Hall, A. W. 

Ewald, Alexander C Stories from the state 
papers. L., 1882 [1881]. 2 v. Fac-simile. Sm. 
8°. 2515.20 

Contents. — j. Our waste paper office ; Youthof Henry v; 
The captive of Castile (JuanalaLoca) ; A love match (Mary 
Tudor, duchess of Suffolk) ; The sweating sickness (1485- 
1557) ; A holy mission (Reginald Pole, 1554) ; A princess of 
the period (queen Elizabeth) ; The invincible armada, 



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Ewald, Alexander C, continued. 
ijSS; The Earl of Essex's rebellion, 1601. — 3. The gfun- 
powder plot, 1605; A perished kernel (Robert Carr) ; Mas- 
sacre of Araboyna, 1623; Gathering of the storm (against 
Charles i) ; Lancashire witches ; Greatfireof London, 1666; 
A national scare (attack of the Dutch, 1667). 

Fairbairn, A. M. Studies in the life of Christ. 
N. Y., 18S2. 12°. 3478.84 

Family, The. Sec Giraud-Teulon ; — Menard. 

Fechner, Gustav T. Ueber die physikalische 
und philosophische Atomenlehre. 2te verm. 
Aufl. Lpz., 1864. 8°. 3973-66 

Fenelon, Fran9ois de S. de La M. See Met- 
calf. 

Fergusson, Thomas. Chinese researches, ist 
part. Chinese chronology and cycles. Shang- 
hai, 1880. 16°. 3019.63 

Fernau, E. C. The reign of Rosas ; or, South 
American sketches. L., 1877. Sm. 8°. 2363.79 
The scene of these stories is laid in the Argentine Con- 
federation about 1S32 to 1835. 

Ferrar, Nicholas. See Cambridge. 

Ferris, George T. The great violinists and 
pianists. N. Y., 1881. [Appleton's Handy vol- 
ume sen] 16°. 4049.82 

Content!:. — Viotti ; LudwigSpohr; Nicol6 Paganini ; De 
Beriot; OleBuU; Muzio Clementi; Moscheles; The Schu- 
manns and Chopin; Thalberg and Gottschalk; Franz 
Liszt. 

Fick, C. J. Hermann. Das Geheimniss der 
Bosheit im rdmischen Pabstthum, aus seinen 
Lehren und Werken dargethan. 2te Aufl. St. 
Louis, 1873. 16". 5469a.65 

— Geschichten aus Kirche und Welt zu M. 
Luthers Kleinem Katechismus. St. Louis, 1881. 
16°. 55293.58 

— Life and deeds of Martin Luther. Tr. from 
the German by M. Loy. 4th ed. Columbus, 

o., 1878. 16°. 55593-56 

— Das Lutherbuch, oder Leben und Thaten 
des theuren Mannes Gottes, Martin Luthers. 
i6te Aufl. St. Louis, 1877. 16°. 5559-66 

Fiji islands. See Cumming. 

Finance. See Bamberger ; — Banquiers ; — 
France. Mini&tere des affaires etrangeres; — 
Mathieu-Bodet. 

Fine arts (including finely illustrated books). 
See American art rev.; — Benoist; — Blanc; — 
Bocher ; — Duval ; — G. , E. A. ; — Gallery ;— Ga- 
zette des beaux-arts; — Gelre; — Gerspach ; — 
Goncourt; — Havard; — Heath; — Hozier; — 
Huish ; — Hulme ; — ^Johnston ; — Lacroix ; — Las- 
sus ; — Law ; — Lienard ; — Magazine ; — Men 
of mark ; — Michel ; — Migne ; — Minor ; — Mol- 
lett ; — Muntz ; — Paris. Salo7i; — Perry, W. C. ; 

— Schnorr ; — Semper ; — Smith, J. M. ; — Stark ; 

— Sumner ; — Tuer ; — Wheatley ; — Wickes. 
Finger alphabet. See Migne. 

Fires. See Heathman. 

Fischart, Johann F., called Mentzer. See 
Ganghofer. 

Fischer, Heinrich. Nephrit und Jadeit nach 
ihren mineralogischen Eigenschaften sowie nach 
ihrer urgeschichtlichen und ethnographischen 
Bedeutung. Stuttgart, 1880. Illus. 8°. 3866.69 

Fischer, Hermann, and Salbach, B. Die 
Hochbau-Constructionen. 3ter Th., 4. Band. 
Darmstadt, 1881. Illus. [Handbuch der Archi- 
tektur. 3terTh.] 8°. 8092.51 

Contents. — 3ter Theil, ±. Band. Kiinstliche Beleuchtung 
der Raume, Heizung una Liiftung der Raume, von Her- 
mann Fischer; Wasserversorgung der Gebaude, von B. 
Salbach. 
Contains lists of works upon each topic discussed. 



Fischer, (E.) Kuno (B.). G. E. Lessing als 
Reformator der deutschen Literatur. Stuttgart, 
1881. 2 V. in I. 16°. 4874.30 

Fisher, Osmond. Physics of the earth's crust. 
L., 1 88 1. 8°. ' 3866.70 

Fishing. See Manchester. 

Fiske, John. Myths and mvth-makers. B., 
1S81 ICop. 1872]. 120. ■' 54893.53 

Fitzgerald, Penelope F. An essay on the phi- 
losophy of self-consciousness. L., 1882. 8^. 

36ooa.66 

Flamet, J. La conqufete de la terre par le pay- 
san. P., 1880. [Bibliotheque rdpublicaine.] ^4°. 

75693.52 

Flammarion, Camille. Les etoiles et les curi- 
osites. du ciel. Description complete du ciel 
visible a I'oeil nu et de tons les objets celestes 
faciles a observer; supplement de I'Astronomie 
populaire. Illus. de 400 figures. P., 1882. Portr. 
L. 8°. 3922.60 

Flanders. See Varenbefgh. 

Fletcher, Edward H. Major Timothy Hatch, 
of Hartford, Ct., and his descendants. N. Y., 
1879. Portr. Sq. 16°. *4338.65 

Fliegende Blaetter. B. 69-74. Miinchen. 
[1878-80.] Illus. 4". *727i.5o 

Florence, Italy. Sec Poehlmann. 

Flotow, Friedrich (F. A.), Graf von. Stra- 
della. Romantic opera. English words. Ed. 
by G. W. Tryon, jr. B., n. d. 8°. 8043.93 

Flour. See Vogl. 

Flower, William. The visitation of Yorkshire 
in 1563 and 1564. Ed. by C. B. Norcliffe. 
L., 1881. [Harleian society. Publ.] L. 8°. 

'^24103.65 

Flowers. See Hulme. 

Flueckiger, Friedrich A. Pharmakognosie des 
Pflanzenreiches. 2te Aufl. ite Lief. Berlin, 
1 88 1. 8°. 3786.74 

Folk lore. See Migne ; — Rolland ; — S^billot. 

Food. Sec Eisner; — Fothergill. 

Foote, Henry W. Annals of King's chapel. 
In 2 v. Vol. I. B., 1882. Illus. Portrs. Map. 

8"- *3543.7i 

Forestier, Auber, pseud. See Woodward, 
Annie A. 

Forests. See Geher ; — Trees ; — U. S. Census 
bureau. 

Forster, Johann R., and Johann G. A. See 
Dove. 

Fothergill, John M". The food we eat. Ed. by 
A. Beatrice R. Fothergill. L., 1882. Plate. 
Sm. 8°. 5769-37 

Foumier, Pierre J. M. Essai sur I'histoire du 
droit d'appel en droit romain pt en droit francjais. 
These pour le doctoral soutenue le 30 juin, 1881. 
Versailles, 1881. 8". 3611.50 

Fowle, Thomas W. The poor law. L., 18S1. 
[The English citizen.] Sm. 8°. 357oa.55 

Fox, Caroline. Memories of old friends, being 
extracts from [her] journals and letters from 
1835 to 1871. Ed. by/H.-N. Pym. L., 1882. 
Portr. 8*'. '•'24403.59 

Frampton, Thomas S., ed. A glance at the 
hundred of Wrotham, including the parishes of 
Wrotham, Ightham, Shipbourne, and Stansted, 
in the days of the early Edwards. L., 1881. 
Photog. 8°. ' ' *2495.56 

France. Annates du sdnat et de la chambre 
des deputes. T. 3-'i3. 26 f^v. au 28 ddc, 1S80. 
Suivi d'une table analytique. P., 18S1. 4°. 

66403.50 



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France, continued. 

— Ministerc de riniericttr. Carte de la France 
dressee par le service vicinal. Echelle de i : 
100,000. P., 1879. *4634.50 

The portfolio now contains 20 sheets, each being: 1 1 X i5 
jnches in size, and covering an area of J degree of latitud*^ 
jjX 5 degree of longitude. 

— Ministere des affaires etrangercs. Con- 
ference monetaire internationale, avril-mai, juin- 
juillet, 18S1. Proces-verbaux. P., 1881. 2 v. 
in I. Tables. 4°. *3650.8 

— 5"ceAnnuaire diplomatique ; — Hillebrand ; — 
Hozier ; — Jackson ; — Lacroix ; — Louis xv ; — 
Mathieu-Bodet ; — Paul ; — Poplimont ; — Poudra ; 

— Ravaisson ; — Sainte Marthe ; — Spencer, H. 

— Revolution. See Babeau ; — Lockroy ; — 
Wallon. 

Fredericksburg. 6'ce Palfrey. 
Freeman, Edward A. Select historical essays. 
Lpz., 1S73. Sq. 16^ 2559a.82 

Contents. — The Iioly Roman empire; The Franks and 
the Gauls ; The early sieges of Paris ; Frederick the first, 
king of Italy; The emperor Frederick the second; Charles 
the Bold; Presidential government. 

French language and literature. See Keetels ; 

— Luchaire ; — Qiiiehl ; — Schepkowski ; — Zola. 
Fr^son, Jules. La justice an xviie siecle, dans 

le comte de Namur. (Memoire couronn^ le i8 
aoCit. 1872.) Bruxelles, 1873-. [Academic d'ar- 
cheologie de Belgique.] 8". 5610a. 55 

Friesic language. See Hewett. 

Frommann, Ed. Aufsatze zur Geschichte des 
Buc|ihandels im 16. Jahrhundert. Jena, 1876, 81. 
2 V. 16"'. 2119.28 

Contents. — i. Frankreich. — 2. Italicn. 

Fulda, Carl. Chamisso und seine Zeit. Lpz., 
1881. Portr. 16°. 2847.59 

FuUarton, John. Historical memoir of the 
family of Eglinton and Winton, with notes and 
illus. Ardrossan, 1864. lUus. Sni. 8°. *2439.5 

Fuller, Albert W. Artistic homes in city and 
country. With 44 full-page illus. and explana- 
tions. " B., 1882. 4", obi. *8i02.i4 

Functions (mathematical term). See Heine; 

— Miller-IIaucnfels ; — Thomae. 

Fumess, William H. Jesus. Phila., 1871. 12°. 

5476.11 

Furnivall, Frederick J. [A collection of pam- 
phlets, circulars, and.newspapercuttings relating 
to his controversy with J. O. Ilalliwell-Phillipps. 
1881.] 8°. **G.73.27 

Future life. See Russell, P. 

G., E. A. Saints and their symbols : a com- 
panion in the churches and picture g.illeries of 
Europe. L , 1881. Plate. Sm. 8°. 8o69a.38 

Gaelic language. See Munro. 

Galenus, Claudius. De temperamentis, ct De 
inaeqvali intemperie libri tres, Thoma Linacro 
Anglo interprete. Impressum . . . annoMDXXi. 
Reproduced in exact facsimile, with introd. by J. 
F. Payne. Camb., 1881. Portr. 4°. ***379oa.6i 

Gallery of the celebrated landscapes of Switzer- 
land. [With text.] Zurich, n. d.- 100 photog. 
L. 8". *286i.5i 

Games. See Lucas. 

Ganghofer, Ludwig. Johann Fischart und 
seine Verdeutschung des Rabelais. Miinchen, 
1 88 1. 8". 2871.62 

Gannett, William C. A year of miracle. A 
poem in four sermons. B., 1882. 16°. 2404.77 



Gardiner, Samuel R. The fall of the monarchy 
of Charles i. 1637-1649. Vol. i, 2. 1637-42. 
L., 1883 [1881]. Folded map. 8°. 2423.25 

Garfield, James A. The poets' tributes to Gar- 
field. With portr. and biog. Camb., 1882. 8". 

4348.123 

— oec Boston; — Charleston, 6". C; — Pedder. 

Garrod, Alfred H. In memoriam. Collected 
scientific [physiological and anatomical] papers. 
Ed. with a memoir by W. A. Forbes. L., 1881. 
Plates. Illus. 8". *3884.5a 

Gatty, Alfred. A key to Tennyson's ' In 
memoriam.' L., 1881. Sm. 8°. 45603.36 

Gauls. See Lemiere. 

Gayot, Eugene. Le Idporide et le lapin de 
Saint-Pierre. P., 1880. 8°. 3884.54 

Gazette des beaux-arts, 1S81. P., 1881. Plates. 
Illus. 8". *733oa.50 

Geher, Ph. Der Wald im nationalen Wirth- 
schaftsleben. Lpz., 1879. 8°- 3858.72 

Geiger, Ludwig, cd. Goethe-Jahrbuch. B. 1,2. 
Frankfurt a. M., 1880, 81. 8°. *284oa.54 

Geikie (J.) Cunningham. Hours with the 
Bible. N. Y., 18S1. 3 v. 8°. 3416.68 

Geldart, E. Martin. A son of Belial. Auto- 
biographical sketches. By Nitram Tradleg 
lpetid.\ L., 1882. Sm. 8». , 2555-74 

Gellion-Danglar, Eugene. Les Semites et le 
senlitisme. P., 18S2. 12". 5562.75 

Gelre, or Geldre. Wapenboeck ou armorial de 
1334 a 1372 ; contenant les noms et armes des 
princes Chretiens, suivis de leurs feudataires, 
suivant la constitution de I'Europe et particulifere- 
ment de I'empire d'Allemagne, conformement a 
I'edit de 1356, appele la Bulle d'or. Prec^d^ de 
poesies heraldiques par Gelre, heraut d'armes. 
Public pour la premiere fois par Victor Bouton. 
Vol. I. Poesies hdraldiques. P., 1881. Illus. 
Fac-similes. 4". *»*2220.56 

Gems. See Graser. 

Genealogy. Sec Almanach de Gotha ; — 
Baldwin; — Bemis; — Briggs; — Fletcher; — 
Fullarton ; — Gothaischer ; — Lawrence ; — Lind- 
say ; — New England ; — Rogers ; — Runnels ; — 
Scull ; — Stowe ; — Van Voorhis. 

Geography, See Jackson, J. ; — Societ6. 

Geology. See Fisher ; — Giberne ; — King ; — 
Migne ; — Pennsylvania. 

Geometry, Analytic. See Eddy. 

Georgia historical society. Collections. Vol. 
4. Savannah, 1878. 8°. *2375-a5 

Contents. — 4. The dead towns of Georgia, by C. C.Jones, 
Jr. ; Itinerant observations in America. 

German language and literature. Sec Bruem- 
mer ; — Egelhaaf ; —Fischer ; — Hettner ; — Stern. 

Germany, History, etc. See Bernstein; — 
Biedermann; — Roth; — Volkswirthschaftliche. 

Gerspach, — . La mosaique. P. [1S81.] Illus. 
go. 8087.4 

Gettysburg. See Doubleday. 

Giberne, Agnes. The world's foundations, or 
geology for beginners. With illus. L., 18S2 
[1S81]. 8°. 3867.68 

Giebel, C. G. Thesaurus ornithologiae. 
Rcpertorium der gesammtcn ornithologischen 
Literatur und Nomenclator sammtlichcr Gat- 
tungen und Arten der Vdgel nebst Synonymen 
und geographischer Verbreitung. Lpz., 1872- 
77. 3 V. 8". *2i72.50 

Gilbert, John T. History of the Irish con- 
federation and the war in Ireland, 1641-1643. 
Containing A narrative of affairs of Ireland from 



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April, 



Gilbert, John T., continued. 
1641 to 1643, bv Richard Bellings. With cor- 
respondence and documents, etc. Now for the 
first time published from original Mss. Illus. 
with portrs. and fac-similes. In 2 vol. Vol. i. 
Dublin, 1S82. 40. *247oa.7i 

Giraud-Teulon, Alexis. Les origines de la 
famille. Qiiestions sur les antecedents des soci- 
dtes patriarcales. Genfeve, 1874. 16°. 356oa.63 

Glasgow bank. See Report. 

Goadby, Edwin. The England of Shake- 
speare. L. [tSSi.] Sm. 8". 24693.89 

Godet, Frederic. Lectures in defence of the 
Christian faith. Tr. bj W. H. Ljttelton. N. Y. 
[1881.] i6«. 3438.77 

Godron, Dominique A. Les cavernes des 
environs de Toul, et les mammiferes qui ont 
disparu de la vallee de la Moselle. 2e ed. Nancv, 
1S79. 8°. 3866.68 

Goethe, Johann W. von. Faust : the first part, 
the text, with English notes, essays, and verse 
translations. Bj E. J. Turner, and E. D. A. 
Morshead. L., 1882. Sm. 8". ^ 4872.74 

— See Creizenach; — Dorer; — Geiger; — 
Herbst ; — Hettner ; — Kuehn ; — L\'on. 

Goethe, Katharina E. Frau Rath. Brief- 
wechsel von Katharina Elisabeth Goethe, Nach 
den Originalen mitgetheilt von Robert Keil. 
Lpz, 1871. \(P. 2847.58 

Gold mining. See Industrial. 

Goldsmiths' work. See Migne ; — Wheatley. 

Goncourt, Edmond L. A. H. de and Jules A. 
H. de. L'art du xviiie siecle. le serie. P., 
1881. 120. 4077.78 

Contents. — le s^rie. Watteau; Chardin; Boucher; La 
Tour. 

Goodman, Neville and Albert. Handbook of 
Fen skating. With a map. L., 1882 [1881]. 
Illus. Sm. 8°. 6007.83 

Gorham manufacturing co., etc. Catalogue of 
silverware, jewelry, watches, diamonds. Issued 
[by] Gorham mfg. co., Carter, Sloan & co., 
Robbins & Appleton, and A. H. Smith «& co. 
Camb. [18S1.] Illus. 4°. 8012.65 

Goss family. See Lawrence. 

Gothaischer genealogischer Hofkalender nebst 
diplomatisch-statistischemjahrbuch. 1SS2. Gotha. 
[18S1.] 32°. C.R.9.7.2 

Grafting. See Baltet. 

Grammaire cordenne. Pr^cdd^e d'une introd. 
Suivie d'un appendice. Avec un cours d'exercices 
gradues. Par les missionnaires de Coree de la 
Societe des missions etrangeres de Paris. 
Yokohama, 1881. Folded sheet. L. 8°. 3031.68 

Grant, James. Cassell's Old and new Edin- 
burgh. Illus. [Vol. I.] L. [18S1?] 4°. 

*249f.58 

Grape vine. See Davin. 

Graser, Bernhard. Die Gemmen des Koni- 
glichen Museums zu Berlin mit Darstellungen 
antiker Schiffe. Mit Abbildungen. Berlin, 1867. 
8°. 2223.19 

Grau, Rudolf F. Semiten und Indogermanen 
in ihrer Beziehung zu Religion und Wissenschaft. 
2te verm. Aufl. Stuttgart, 1867. 8°. 7485.15 

Great Britain. Accounts and papers. 1874. 
Vol. 72. Return of owners of land. 1873. L., 
1875. I V. in 3. 40. **F 

Contents. — Vol. 7a, pt. i, 2. England and Wales. — Pt.3. 
Scotland. 

Includes the name and address of each owner of one acre 
and upwards with the estimated acreage and gross revenue. 



Great Britain, continued. 

— Public record office. Rolls calendars. Cal- 
endar of documents relating to Scotland. Ed. 
bv Joseph Bain. Vol. i. a. d. 1108-1272. Edinb., 
1881. L. 8". ♦7014.50 

— Sec Acland ; — Clinton; — Cobden club; 

— Elton; — Ewald; — Gardiner; — Levi; — 
Sergeant ; — Stanhope ; — Walpole. 

Greece. Sec CoUignon ; — Hicks; — Jaeger; 

— Mahaffy; —Maxwell, E. H. ; —Perry, W. C ; 

— Schoenborn ; — Wieseler. 

Greek language and literature. See Blackie ; 

— Engelmann ; — Paley ; — Teichmueller. 
Green, John R. The making of England. 

With maps. L., 1881. 8". 2412.49 

To the union of England under Ecgberht (S39). 

Green, Samuel A. Inaugural address [as] 
mavor of Boston, Jan. 2, 1882. B., 1882. 8°. 

**K.ii.i8 

Greene, Robert. Life and complete works in 
prose and verse. In 12 vols. For the first time 
collec. and ed. with notes, etc., by A. B. Grosart. 
Vol.2. Mamillia : parts I and 2. And Anatomie of 
flatterie. L., 1881-83. [The Huth library.] 8°. 

*^,*46oi.8 

Grignan, Louis P. d'A. de M., marquis de. See 
Masson. 

Grimm, Jacob L. C and Wilhelm C. Brief- 
wechsel zwischen Jacob und Wilhelm Grimm aus 
der Jugendzeit. Herausg. von Herman Grimm und 
G. Hinrichs. Weimar, 1881. S'*. 28403.57 

Grinnell, Charles E., ed. Points of law for 
lawyers and general readers, suggested by 
Gui"teau's case. B., 1881. 8". *5686.29 

Grisebach, Eduard. Die treulose Witwe. 
Eine chinesische Novelle und ihre Wanderung 
durch die Weltliteratur. 3te Aufl. Stuttgart, 
1877. 16". • 3019.62 

Griswold, William McC The Q^ P. index 
annual for 1881. An index to the International 
review, the Popular science, the Century, Lippin- 
cott's, the Nation, the Atlantic, the Living age. 
Harpers, and the Eclectic, 1880-81. Bangor, 1S82. 
8". *3i84.4 

Grote, John. A treatise on the moral ideals. 
Ed. by J. B. Mayor. Camb., 1876. 8°. 3584-52 

Groton Heights, Conn. See Harris. 

Gu^rin, Honore V. La Terre sainte : son his- 
toire, ses souvenirs, ses sites, ses monuments. 
P., 18S2. Illus. Map. 4°. *^*3040.65 

About a third of the work is devoted to a description of 
Jerusalem. 

Guide to employment in the civil service, the 
system of open competition, and offices and sala- 
ries. With an introd. by J. D. Morell. New and 
rev. ed. L., 1881. Sm. 8°. 24293.54 

Guilds. See Migne. 

Guitar. See Winner. 

Guiteau, Charles J. See Grinnell. 

Guthrie, Frederick. The first book of knowl- 
edge. [Industrial arts.] N. Y.,1882. i6<'. 8019.44 

Guthrie, Thomas. Man and the Gospel. L. , 
1875. 16°. *5444-55 

Guyon, Jeanne M. B. de La M. See Metcalf. 

Gymnastics. See Jaeger. 

Hack, Mary P. Self-surrender : a second series 
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Co«/^n/.«. — Anne Askew ; Isabel Brown; Helen Her- 
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Mary Jane Graham ; Lydia Reid; Harriet Jukes; Susanna 
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Hahn.Theophilus. Tsuni-||Goam, the supreme 
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Hale, Edward E. and Susan. A family flight 
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Haliday, Charles. The Scandinavian history 
of Dublin. Ed., with some notice of the author's 
life by J. P. Prendergast. Dublin, 1881. Plans. 

♦24703.69 

The problem of human 

' evolution of sound " and 

20th rev. ed. N. Y., 1880. 

3824.59 

Hall, Eugene J. Lyrics of home-land. Chicago, 
1882. Illus. 16°. 2402.77 

Hallier, Ernst. Ausfluge in die Natur. 2te 
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Halliwell-Phillipps, James O. See Furnivall. 

Hamline, Leonidas L. See Hibbard. 

Hanaford, Phebe A. The life of George Pea- 
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Handbuch der gericlitlichen Medicin. Bear- 
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Contents, — i. Handbuch der gerichtlichen Medicin 
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Hare, The. See Gayot. 

Harland, John. The ancient parish church of 
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The preface is signed Crux. 

Harp, The, of Renfrewshire : a collection of 
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Harris, William W. The battle of Groton 
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With introd. and notes. Illus. Maps. Rev. and 
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Harte, (F.) Bret. Poetical works, including 
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Hartmann, August. Das Oberammergauer 
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Hatton, Joseph. " The new Ceylon," 
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Haupt, Paul. Die sumerischen Familienge- 
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" When the light of monumental history first dawns upon 
Babylonia we find that country inhabited by two races, the 



*5885.4 



Being 
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Haupt, Paul, continued. 
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Haven, Gilbert. See Wentworth. 

Havergal, Frances R. Poems ; with a sketch 
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Hawaiian islands. See Bowser. 

Hawthorne, Nathaniel. See O'Connor. 

Haywood, Edward Farvvell. Ecce Spiritus. 
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5443.64 

Health lectures for the people. Illus. 2d ser. 
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Heath, Francis G. Autumnal leaves. With 
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Heathman, James H. On the preservation of 
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Heckford, Sarah. A lady trader in the Trans- 
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Hedges, John K. The history of Wallingford 
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Helms, Ludvig V. Pioneering in the far East, 
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Hicks, Edward L. A manual of Greek his- 
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Higginson, Thomas W. Common sense about 
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Hillebrand, Carl. Aus dem Jahrhundert der 
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Hinds, J. I. D. The use of tobacca. Lebanon, 
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Hingham, Mass. The commemorative services 
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Holland, Josiah G. Every-day topics. 1st, 2d 
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Horticulture. See Hope. 

Household art. See Blanc. 



Housman, Henry. The story of our museum : 
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Houssaye, Arsene. La Com^die frangaise, 
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Howden, Peter. Horse warranty. Guide to 
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Hoyt. J. K., and Ward, Anna L., comf. The 
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the Latin and modern foreign languages; names 
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Hozier, Louis P. d', and Hozier de Serigny, 
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Hubbardston, Massachusetts. See Stowe. 

Hughes, William G. The hill tracts of Arakan. 
Rangoon. 1881. Map. Plate. L. 8". 5072.61 

Hugo, Victor M., comte. CEuvres completes. 
Roman 6, 7,8. P., 1881. 8''. 2702.50 

Contents. — Roman. 6. Les inis^nibles, pt. 3. Cosette. — 7, 
pt. 3. Marius. — S, pt. 4. L'idyllc rue Pluraet et L'epopee rue 
Saint-Denis. 

— See Barbou. 

Huish, Marcus B. The years art, 1S81, to- 
gether with information respecting the events 
of 1882. L., 1882. Sm. 8°. *8o68.5i 

Hulme, Frederick E. Familiar wild flowers. 
2dser. With col. plates. L., n. d. 8". 3847.67 

— Flower painting in water colours. L. [iSSi.] 
20 plates. 8'^ *8o62.27 

Hulme, Frederick E. and Hibberd, Shirley. 
Familiar garden flowers, figured by F. E. Hulme 
and described by Shirley Hibberd. Ser. i, 2. 
With col. plates. L. [1880, 81.] Sm. 8^ 3858.63 

Humboldts, The. See Dove. 

Hungary. 6V<? " Magyarland." 

Hunter, Robert. The encyclopaedic diction- 
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Huxley, Thomas H. Science and culture, and 
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Contents. — Science and culture ; Universities, actual and 
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physiolt>gTt'; Josejih Priestley; On the method of Zadij;; On 
the border territory between the animal and vegetable king- 
doms; On certain errors respecting the structure of the 
heart attributed to Aristotle ; On the hypothesis that animals 
are automata, and its history; On sensation and the unity ot 
the sensiferous organs; Evolution in biology; The coining 
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logical sciences with medicine. 

Ibn Abd-el-Hakem. History of the conquest 
of Spain. Now ed. for the first time, tr. from 
the Arabic, with notes, and introd. by J. H. 
Jones. Goettingen. 1858. 8°. "3095.61 

Indexes to periodicals. See Griswold ; — In- 
stitut de France; — Institution; — Journal des 
^conomistes; — Scribner's. 

India. See Barth ; — Borooah ; — Clough ; — 
Hunter, W. W. ; — Strachey; — Tayler; — 
Temple ; — Urwick ; — Zimmer. 

Indians of America. Sec Lucy-Fossarieu. 

Indo-European languages. Sec Delbrueck. 

Indo-European races. See Grau ; — Mueller. 

Industrial arts. See Design ; — Guthrie, F. ; 
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Industrial progress in gold mining. Review 
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dix and notes. Phila., 1880. L. 80. 3863.76 

Innsly, Owen, /5<?«rf. 5'e5 Jennison, Lucy W. 

Inscriptions. See Haupt ; — Hicks ; — Schlott- 
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Institut de France, fart's. Acadimie des 
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Institution of civil engineers. Minutes of pro- 
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Instruments of precision. See Buff; — Loe- 
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Integrals. See Emmanuel. 

International homoeopathic convention. Trans- 
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Ireland. See Description ; — Eason ; — Gilbert. 

Iron work. See Breymann. ^ 

Italian language. See Mahn. 

Italy. See Abbott; — Bosco ;— Maxwell, E. 
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Ivanoff, Alexander. See Botkin. 

- Jackson, Catherine C, lady. The French 
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Jackson, James. Liste provisoirede bibliogra- 
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Jade (mineral). See Fischer, Heinrich. 

Jaeger, Otto H. Die Gymnastik der Hellenen 
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2teAusg. Esslingen, 1857. 8°. 2964.60 

Jaeschke, H. A. Tibetan-English dictionary, 
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Added an English-Tibetan vocabulary. L. , 1882. 
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Jami, Nur-ed-din Abd-er-Rahman, called. Yii- 
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Janes, Edmund S. See Ridgaway. 

Jannsen, Joh., e<f. EesJ:i Lanlik. [Esthonian 
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Japan. See Dixon ; — Histoire ; — Metchni- 
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Japanese literature. See Pfizmaier. 

Japanese olden time tales for little people. 
Kodomo mukashi banashi. Yokohama. [1875?] 
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Jennings, Arthur C. Ecclesia Anglicana : a 
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Jennings, Henry J. Cardinal Newman : the 
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Portrs. Sm. 8°. 3557-76 

Jennison, Lucy W. Love poems and sonnets. 
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Jerrold, Blanchard. Life of Napoleon iii. L., 
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Jerusalem. See Bartlett ; — Gu^rin. 

Jewell, B. R. Religious history of South 
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Jewelry. See Gorham. 

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John, Si., 0/ Damascus. See Lupton. 

John III fSobieski]. of Poland. See Tatham. 

Johnson, Franklin. True womanhood. Camb., 
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Johnston, Elizabeth B. Original portraits of 
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Jones, Charles C, jr. Historical sketch of 
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Jones, Charles H. History of the campaign 
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Journal des ^conomistes. Table alphabdtique 
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Indexes to the previous series have been published at in- 
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Jousset, Pierre. Lemons de clinique ni^dicale 
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Juvenalis, Decimus Junius. See Bossuet. 

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The preface contains a list of works consulted. 

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2 v. 8°. 36008.69 

Kapp, Friedrich. Die amerikanische Weizen- 
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Karelia. See Rae. 

Karsten, C. Die Bedeutung der Form im 
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Keane, John F. My journey to Medinah : de- 
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Keetels,JeanG. An elementary French gram- 
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Kern, Hermann. Grundriss der Padagogik. 
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Kerr, Norman. Wines : scriptural and eccle- 
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Contents.— t. Proza. — J. Poezie. ^ , . 

Each extract is preceded by a bio graphical sketch of the 

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King, William, and Rowney, Thomas H. An 
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Kinns, Samuel. Moses and geology; or, the 
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Klopstock, Friedrich G. See Lyon. 

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Knox-Little, William J. See Little, William 
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Koran. Comprehensive commentary on the 
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Kotzebue, W. von. August von Kotzebue. 
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Kuehn, Adelbert. Findlinge betrefFend die Wei- 
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Labeo, Marcus Antistius. See Pern ice. 

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Lacroix, Paul, xviie sifecle : lettres, sciences et 
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Ladd, George T. The principles of church 
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La Fayette, marquis de. See Ward. 

Lamartine, Alphonse M. L. de. CEuvres 
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Lamb, Charles. See Ainger. 

Lammers, August. Die Bettel-Plage. Berlin, 
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Lancashire, England, See Croston ; — Waugh. 

Land, John E. Historical and descriptive re- 
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Davenport, Rock Island and Moline. Daven- 
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Landolt, Hans. Handbook of the polariscope 
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Langland, William. The vision "of William 
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Contents. — i. The " Vernon " text ; or text A. — 2. The 
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Richard the redeles, by the same author (1399 a.d.}; The 
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Lansdell, Henry. Through Siberia. With illus. 
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Lapland. See Rae. 

Laskari dictionary. See Roebuck. 

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Lassus, Jean B. A.,and Viollet-le-Duc, Eugene 
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Latin language. See Neue. 

Laube, Heinrich. Erinnerungen, 1810-1840. 
Wien, 1875. 16°. 2847.57 

Laurie, William F. B. Ashe Pyee, the superior 
country; or, the great attractions of Burma to 
British enterprise and commerce. L., 1882 
[1881]. Sm. 80. 3078.51 

Laval university, Quebec. 20oe anniversaire 
de la ddcouverte du Mississipi par Jolliet et le P. 
Marquette. Soirde litt^raire et musicale a I'Uni- 
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Law, David. The Thames, Oxford to London. 
Twenty etched plates. L., 1882 [1881]. 4°. 

*246oa.57 

The explanatory text seems to be by Owen J. DuUea, by 
whom the preface is signed. 

Law. See Bechmann; — Benny; — Brunner; 
Cooley ; — Cresp ; — Dyer ; — Fournier ; — Grin- 
nell ; — Narada ; — Pernice ; — Thompson ; — 
Willard. 

Lawrence, Rev. John. In memoriam. The 
family of John Lawrence (continued). The 
family of Philip Goss, of Lancaster, Mass., and 
Winchester, N. H. The family of Selah Pom- 
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♦4432.63 

Leavitt, Franklin. Leavitt's map, with views 
of the White mts. B., 187 1. Folded. *4379a.57 

Le Clercq, Chretien. First establishment of 
the faith in New France. Now first translated 
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2 V. Illus. Folded maps. Portrs. 8°. *23ii.63 

This work was first published at Paris, in 1691, under the 
title " Premier ^tablissemer.t de la foy dans la Nouvelle 
France," and in 1692 with the title " Histoire des colonies 
fran^oises," etc. The first volume is largely taken up with 
an account of the Recollet missions in Canada, and the 
second contains the first printed narratives of La Salle's ex- 
plorations, drawn up from journals of Menibre and Douay. 
The journals relating to La Salle were printed in 1S53 by 
Shea, in his " Discovery and exploration of the Mississippi" 
[2328.5]. Frontenac, it is asserted by Charlevoix, assisted 
m the compilation of this v/ork, and Shea admits that Le 
Clercq did not write all of it. See Harrisse, " Notes pour 
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Lee, Vernon, ^5c«</. See Paget, Violet. 

Lefour, Pierre A. A. Animaux domestiques. 
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Legends. See Luzel ; — Migne. 

Legouv^, (J. W.) Ernest (G.) La lecture en 
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Lemibre, P. L. Etude sur les Celtes et les 
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Lenormant, Francois. Choix de textes cun^i- 
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3483-56 

A discussion of Ezekiet vill, 14, and the supposed rela- 
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Leonard, G. S. A history of the BHlhma 
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Lery, Jean de, 1534-1611. Histoire d'un vo- 
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1882. 

Lessing, Gotthold E. See Auerbach ; — Dueh- 
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Levant, The. See Maxwell, E. H. 

Levi, Leone. History of British commerce 
and of the economic progress of the British 
nation. 1763-1878. 2d ed., with tables. L., 

1880. 8°. 4512.10 
Lewis, David. The drink problem and its 

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Liard, Louis. Descartes. P., 1882 [1881]. 8°. 

36003.63 

Libraries, Public. See Dive. 

Lichens. See Tuckerman. 

Liebes-Episode, Eine, aus dem Leben Ferdi- 
nand Lassalle's. Lpz., 1878. 8°. 28403.58 

Li^nard, — . Specimens de la decoration et de 
Tornementation au xixe siecle. Approuvd par 
le conseil de perfectionnementde I'enseignement 
des arts du dessin en Belgique. 125 planches. 
Li^ge, 1872. Fo. ***C.F.ii.2 

There is a heliotype reproduction of this work on shelf- 
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Lindsay, Alexander (W.) C., Sth earl of Craw- 
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In reply to an address to the peers of Scotland by 
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Lindsay, Sir David. The warkis of the famous 
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Literary controversies. See Teichmueller. 

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Livre, Le. Revue mensuelle. Bibliographie 

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Bibliographie bibliographique. Vol. i. 

P., i88o. L. 8«. *6i46.6o 

Bibliographie moderne. T. i, 2. P., 

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Lloyd, J. Sale. Shadows of the past. The au- 
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2555-76 

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Local government. See Cobden club. 

Locker, Frederick. London lyrics. L., 1881. 
Sm. 8°. , , 2568.82 

Lockroy, Edouard E. A. Simon, called. Journal 
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Lockwood, William H. History of Battle-flag 
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A history of the ceremonies and displays which took 
place when the flags carried by the Connecticut regiments 
during the Civil war were placed in the Capitol at Hartford ; 
witli some account of the regiments. 

Locomotion. See Stillman ; — Vierordt. 
Locomotives. See Barry, J. W. 
Lodge, Edmund. The peerage and baronetage 
of the British empire. 51st ed. L., 1882. 8°. 

•2432.50 



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Loewenherz, L., ed. Bericht Uber die wissen- 
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Berlin, 18S0. 8«. 3911.57 

Logarithms. See Bremiker. 

London. Report on the city day-census, iSSi. 
by the local government and taxation committee 
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Folded map. 8°. 2496.61 

— See Hindley; — Treloar; — Wey. 

Longevity. See Crawford. 

Longfellow, Henry W. Seven voices of sym- 
pathy, from writings of Longfellow. Ed. by 
Charlotte F. Bates. B., 1882. 160. 2404.76 

Lord, John. Points of history for schools and 
colleges. N. Y., 1881. 12". ' 2219.58 

Louis XV, and Noailles, Adrien U., due de. 
Correspondance d'aprfes les manuscrits du T>6p6t 
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Low, Charles R. Maritime discovery : a his- 
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times. L., 1881. 2 v. 8°. 2262.63 

Lubbock, Sir John. Fifty years of science. 
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Lucas, Edouard. Recreations mathematiques. 
P., 1882. Plates. 8°. •♦5027.52 

Contents. — Les traversdes ; Les ponts ; Les labyrinthes ; 
Les reines ; Le solitaire ; La numeration ; Le baguenaudier ; 
Le taquin. 

Luchaire, Achille. Recueil de textes de I'ancien 
dialecte gascon, d'apr^s des documents ant^rieurs 
au xive sifecle, suivi d'un glossaire. P., i88i. 8*. 

2687.19 

Lucy-Fossarieu, P. de. Les langues indiennes 
de la Californie. Etude de philologie ethno- 
graphique. P., 1881. 8". 23603.79 

Ludwig Salvator, archduke of Austria. The 
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the German. With 23 full-page illus. by the 
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Ludgate hill, London. See Treloar. 

Lupton, Joseph H. St. John of Damascus. 
L., 1882. [The fathers for English readers.] 
Sm. 8°. 5559-67 

Luther, Martin. ,See Fick; — Treadwell. 

Luton, Alfred. Etudes de th^rapeutique avec 
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Luzel, Francois M., ed. L^gendes chretienncs 
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•46703.52 

Lyon, Otto. Goethes Verhaltniss zu Klop- 
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Macaronic poetry. See Dobson. 

M3C3rthur, Blanche, and Moore, Jennie. Les- 
sons in figure painting in water colours. Col. 
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•8064.64 

M3C3ul3y, Thomas B., baron. See Spedding. 

M3cdon3ld, John D. Outlines of naval hygiene. 
With illus. L., 1881. Sm. 80. 3759-6i 

M3chinery. Sec Design. 

Maclay, William. Sketches of debate in the 
first senate of the United States, in 1789-90-91. 
Ed. by G. W. Harris. Harrisburg. [1880.J Portr. 
8°. 4a34-59 



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April, 



Macleay, K. Historical memoirs of Rob Roy 
and the clan Macgregor; including original 
notices of Lady Grange. With an introd. sketch, 
illustrative of the condition of the Highlands 
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Portr. Sm. 8°. 2470.20 

Madras engineers. See Vibart. 

Magazine, The, of art. Illus. Vol. 2-4. L. 
[1879-81.] 4°. *8o8oa.50 

" Mag^arland; " being the narrative of our 
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With illus. L., 18S1. 2 V. 8°. 2862.67 

' Mahaffy, John P. Old Greek education. N. Y., 
1882. 16°. 29693.61 

Mahn, A. Ueber die Entstehung der italia- 
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Maidstone, England. See Russell, J. M. 

Maine. See Dyer. 

Maine historical society. Collections. Vol. 8. 
[i St sen] Portland, 18S1. Portr. Illus.''8o. *2339.i 

Contents. — S. The north-eastern boundary, by Israel 
Washburn, jr. ; Col. Arthur Noble, of Georgetown, by 
William Goold; Kducational institutions in Maine while a 
district of Mass., by J. T. Champlin ; The Pemaquid country 
under the Stuarts, by H. W. Richardson ; Fort Halifax, by 
W. Goold; Col.WilliamVaughan.of Matinicusand Damaris- 
cotta, by W. Goold; Norambega, by John E. Godfrey; 
Memoirs and biographical sketches: Reuel Williams, by 
John A. Poor; Edward E. Bourne, by Edwin B. Smith; 
E. Shepley, by Israel Washburn, jr. ; George T. Davis, by 
George F. Talbot; Edward Kent, by John E. Godfrey; 
Leonard Woods, by Charles C. Everett. 

Malaria. See Edwards, J. F. 

Malay language. See Maxwell, W. E. 

Mammalia. See Godron. 

Man, Prehistoric. See Donnelly ; — Westropp. 

Manchester [England] anglers' association. 
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the association. [With list of works relating to 
angling or fish.] Ser. i, 2. Manchester, 1880, 
82. 2 V. Illus. 8". 6008.81 

Manitoba. See Bryce. 

Manners, The, of the aristocracy. By one of 
themselves. A guide to the etiquette of dinners, 
weddings, at homes, hostess and guest, town and 
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Manuscripts. See British museum. 

Mar, Earldom of. See Lindsay. 

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Marcus, — . Gegen die Verstaatlichung der 
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No. 7 in *3562.53 

Margry, Pierre, compiler. Ddcouvertes et 
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le sud de I'Amdrique septentrionale (1614-1754). 
Mdmoires et documents. T. 4. P., i88r. Portr. 
8°. *23i2.64 

Contents. — Decouverte par mer des bouches du Mississipi 
et ^tablissements de Lemoyne d'lberville sur le Golfe du 
Mexique (1694-1703). 

Marine engines. See Edwards, E. 

Marine signals. See U. S. Bureau of statis- 
tics. 

Maritime law. See Cresp. 

Market gardens. See Ablett. 

Marlborough, N. H. See Bemis. 

Marriage. See Kingsbury. 

Maryland historical society. Fund publica- 
tions. No. 1-16. Bait., 1867-80. 2 V. 8°. *4472.9 

Contents. — i. History, possessions and prospects of the 
Maryland historical societv: Inaugural discourse of Brantz 
Mayer; a. The first commander of Kent Island [George 



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Maryland historical society, continued. 
Evelin], bv S. F. Streeter; 3. In memory of George Pea- 
body; 4. A brief account of the settlement of Ellicott's 
Mills, by Martha E. Tyson ; 5. A lost chapter in the history 
of the steamboat, by J. H. B. Latrobe; 6. The first steam- 
boat voyage on the western waters, by J. H. B. Latrobe; 7. 
Narrative of a voyage to Maryland, by Andrew White 
[1634] ; An .iccount of the colony of the Lord Baron of Balti- 
more; Extracts from different letters of missionaries, 1635- 
1677. [Latin and E>i£-/ish.] Ed. by E. A. Dalrymple ; 8. 
The Lords Baltimore, by J. G. Morris; g. Papers relating 
to the early history of Maryland, by S. F. Streeter; 10. A 
sketch of the life of James McHenry, read by F. J. Brown; 
11. Maryland's influence in foundfng a national common- 
wealth or the history of the accession of public lands, by the 
old confederation, by H. B. Adams; 12. Wenlock Christi- 
son, and the early Friends in Talbot county, Maryland, by 
S. A. Harrison; 13. The expedition of Lafavett'e agains't 
Arnold, by J. A. Stevens; 14. A memoir of William Hind- 
man, by S. A. Harrison ; 15. A character of the province of 
Maryland, by George Alsop, 1666 (reissue) ; 16. Proceedings 
of the society in connection with the celebration of the one 
hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the settlement of Balti- 
more. 

Masonry. See Bre_>'mann. 
Massachusetts. Manual for the use of the 
general court. B., 1882. 16°. ""6439.5 

— Supre/ne judicial court. Massachusetts re- 
ports. Vol. 126-130. Nov., 1878-April, 1881. 
John Lathrop, reporter. B., 1880^2. 5 v. 8°. 

*7704.i 

— See Bullock ; — Crocker. 
Massachusetts eclectic journal. Medicine and 

general science. H. G. Barrows, Hermann G. 
Merkel, editors. Vol. i. No. 1-12. B., 1S81. 
8°. ♦37203.50 

Massachusetts institute of technology. See 
Nichols. 

Masson, Fr^d^ric. Le marquis de Grignan, 
petit-fils de Madame de S^vignrf. P., 1882 [1881]. 
«°. 4645 64 

Matheson, Ewing. Aid book to engineering 
enterprise abroad. Pt. 1,2. L., 1878,81. Illus. 
8". 4016.60 

Mathieu-Bodet, Pierre. Les finances frangaises 
de 1870 a 1878. P., 1881. 2 V. 8». 3653.73 

Ma-Touan-Lin, called Kouei-iu. Ethnogra- 
phic des peuples Strangers a la Chine. Ou- 
vrage compost au xiiie si^cle de notre fere, trad, 
pour la premifere fois du chinois avec un com- 
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Saint-Denj's. Genfcve, 1876. [Atsume Gusa.] 
4°. 502oa.2i 

Matter, Jacques. La philosophie de la religion. 
P., 1856. 2 V. 12°. 74893.7 

Maurik, Justus van. Uit het volk. Amster- 
damsche novellen. Met platen. 2de druk. Am- 
sterdam, 1S80. 8°. 4873.17 

Maxwell, Edward H. Griffin ahoy ! A yacht 
cruise to the Levant, and wanderings in Egypt, 
Syria, the Holy Land, Greece, nnd Italy, in 1881. 
L., 1882. Plate. 8°. 3075.68 

Maxwell, William E. Manual of the ^Ialay 
language. ' With sketch of the Sanskrit element 
in Malay. L., 1882. Sm. 8". 3038.55 

Medical botany. See Flueckiger. 

Medical jurisprudence. See Handbuch. 

Medicine. See Chernoviz ; — Massachusetts 
eclectic journal ; — Migne. 

Medina. See Keane. 

Meissonier, Jean L. E. See MoUett. 

Memorials of judges recently deceased, gradu- 
ates of Dartmouth college. 1880. Concord, 
i88i. B". ♦2382.58 

Contents.— ?i. S. Wilde; A. S. Woods; M. Harvey; W. 
H. Bartleu; R. Fletcher; I. Perley; J. Parker; I. Fr Red. 
field; J. Cutting; E. Shepley; G. F. Shepley. 



1882. 

Men of mark : a gallery of contemporary 
portraits. 6th ser. L., 1882. 4°. *^*224oa.54 

Menard, Rene. La vie privee des anciens. 
Dessins d'apres les monuments antiques par CI. 
Sauvageot. P., 1880. 2 v. 8°. 2212.50 

Meredith, Owen, pseud. See Bulwer-Lytton, 
Edward R. L. 

Merrimac valley. See Davis, R. I. 

Metals. See Spangenberg. 

Metamorphic rock. See King. 

Metcalf, James W., ed. Spiritual progress; 
or, instructions in the divine life of the soul. 
N. Y. [1881.?] 12°. 5444.58 

Cojitents. — Part i. Christian counsel. Spiritual letters, by 
Fdnelon; Short and easy method of prayer, Concise view of 
the way to God. and of the state of "union, by Madame 
Guyon; Spiritual maxims, attributed to Pere La Combe. 

Metchnikoff, Ldon. L'empire japonais. Ge- 
neve, 1881. Illus. Maps. Plates. 4°. *502i.ii 

Meteorology. Sec Migne. 

Meteors. See Phipson. 

Metternich-Winneburg, Clemens W. N. L., 
FUrst von. Memoirs, 1830-1835. Ed. by Prince 
Richard Metternich. Tr. by Gerard W. Smith. 
Vol. 5. N. Y., 1882. 8°. 2841.57 

Mexico. See Baz ; — Commission. 

Meyer, Eduard. Set-Typhon. Eine religions- 
geschichtliche Studie. Lpz., 1875. 8°. 5483.7 

Meyer, Paul. Untersuchung iiber die Frage 
der Echtheitdes Briefwechsels Cicero ad Brutum. 
Inaugural-Diss. Stuttgart, 1881. 8". 2925.69 

M^zi^res, Alfred J. F. Pdtrarque. Etude 
d'apres de nouveaux documents. 2e ed. P., 
1868. 12°. , 2749.68 

Michel, Edmond. Etude biographique sur les 
Tischbein, peintres allemands du xviiie si^cle. 
Lyon, 1881. Plates. 40. *8o6o.59 

Michigan. Charities and corrections in Michi- 
gan, 1874-77. Extracts from governors' mes- 
sages, with official reports and documents. 
Lansing, 1875, 77. 2 v. 8°. *557i-54 

— Commissioners of fisheries. Report 1-4 of 
the state commissioners and superintendent on 
state fisheries, 1873-80. Lansing, 1875-81. 4 v. 
8". +63903.58 

Microscope. See Davis, G. E. 
Middle ages. Set Migne ; — Schultz ; — Spru- 
ner ; — Stille ; — Wheatley ; — Wickes. 
Migne, Jacques P. 

The following volumes published by Migne, and belong- 
ing to the three series entitled Encyclopddie th^ologique, 
Nouvelle encyc. th^ologique, and TTroisienie et dernifire 
encyc. tlieologique, have recently been added to this Library. 
They bear dalfes from 1844 to 187^. The Public Library has 
also the other publications of Migne, numbering several 
hundred volumes, and including two sets of the " Patrologise 
cursus completus." 

— Andr^, Michel. Dictionnaire de droit civil 
eccl^siastique. Joint, L'infaillibilit^ pontificale et 
le concile du Vatican, par M. I'abb^ Joubert. 2 v. 

*7465.72 

— Ault-DumesHil, Georges E. d'. Diet, hist., 
geogr. et biogr. des croisades. *7485.57 

— Belouino, Paul. Diet, des persecutions 
souffertes par I'^glise catholique. 2 v. *7495-58 

— Benoist de Matougues, — . Diet, de geo- 
graphic sacr^e et eccl^siastique, contenant le 
dictionnaire g^ographique de la Bible, par Barbid 
du Bocage [etc.]. 3 V. *7505-56 

— Bergier, Nicholas S. Diet, de th^ologie 
dogmatique, liturgique, canonique et discipli- 
naire. Nouv. ed. Annotations et articles par M. 
Pierrot. 4 v. *7505-58 



BATES HALL 

Migne, Jacques P., continued. 

— Berton, Charles. Diet, des cardinaux. 

*7465.57 

Diet, du paranoic entre diverses doctrines 

philosophiques et religieuses, d'une part, et la 
foi catholique, de I'autre. *7465.63 

— Bertrand, Francois M. Diet, universel, 
de toutes les religions du monde. 4 v. +7505.55 

— Bourasse, Jean J. Diet, d'arch^ologie sacrde. 
2 V. *7495-64 

— Boyer, A. L. Diet, de physiologie. ♦7465.68 

— Brunet, Gustave. Diet, des apocryphes, ou 
collection de tous les livres apocryphes relatifs 
& I'Ancien et au Nouveau Testament. [Anon.] 
2 V. *7465.5a 

— Chesnel de La Charbouclais, Louis P. F. 
A., marquis de. Diet, de geologic. Diet, de 
chronologic universelle par M. Champagnac. 

*7495.56 
Diet, delasagessepopulaire. Recueil mo- 
ral d'apothegmes, axiomes, aphorismes, maximes, 
pr^ceptes, sentences, etc. +7475.60 
Diet, de technologic, Etymologic et defini- 
tion des termes employes dansles arts et metiers. 

2 V. *7465-55 

— - Diet, des merveilles et curiosites de la na- 
ture et de I'art. *7485.63 

Diet, des superstitions, erreurs.prejuges et 

traditions populaires. *7465.50 

— Cheve, Charles F. Diet, des apologistes 
involontaires. T. 2. ♦7485.61 

— - Diet, des bienfaits et beautds du christia- 
nisme. *7475-58 

— ■ - Diet, des papes. ♦7465.58 

— Con.stant, A. L. Diet, de litterature chrE- 
tienne. *7495-6o 

— Diet, des abbayesou monastferes. +7475.64 

— Diet, des preuves de la divinity de JEsus- 
Christ. +7465.62 

— Diet. univ. de mythologie ancienne et mo- 
derne. , *7475'59 

— Djunkovskoy, Etienne de. Diet, des mis- 
sions catholiques. 2 v. *7465.69 

— Douhet, Jules, comte de. Diet, des Idgendes 
du christianisme. +7475.62 

Diet, des myst^res, ou collection g^nE- 

rale des mysteres, moralites, rites figures et cere- 
monies singuli^res jouEs sous le patronage des 
personnes ecciesiastiques, suivi d'une notice sur 
le theatre libre. *7475-50 

— Ganier, J. C, and Poussin, J. C. Diet. 
d'ascetisme. 2 v. +7485.62 

— Gautier {de Dol), Toussaint. Diet, des 
confreries et corporations d'arts et metiers. 

*7475;53 

— Grandmaison, Pierre C. A. L. de. Diet, 
heraldique. ^ *7495-65 

— Grosse, E. Diet, d'antiphilosophisme, ou 
refutation des erreurs du iSe sitcle, d'aprfes Non- 
notte et Chaudon. +7475.66 

— Gu6nebault, Louis.J. Diet, iconographique 
des figures, legendes et actes des saints. +7495-53 

— Helyot, Pierre, called also Pire Hippolylc. 
Diet, des ordres religieux. 4 v. *7505'54 

— Hure, Charles. Diet. univ. de philologie 
sacree. Suivi du Diet, de la langue sainte, ecrit 
en anglais par le chevalier Leigh, tr. et augm. 
par L. de Wolzogue. Revu, augm. de nouveau 
et actualise par M. Tempestini. 4 V. +75p5-50 

— Jacomy, — . Diet, des savants et des igno- 
rants, ou guide de la lecture, de la conversation 
et de la composition. 2 v. *7465'65 



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Migne, Jacques P., continued. 

— Jehun, Louis F., called Jehan de Saint- 
Clavien. Diet, apologetique, ou les sciences et 
la philosophie du xixe siecle dans leurs rapports 
avec la revelation chretienne. 2 v. *7475-54 

Diet, d'astronomie, de phjsique et de 

mdteorologie. *7495.52 

Diet, de botanique. *7495.6i 

Diet, deehimieetdemin^ralogie. *7495.54 

— - Diet, de cosmogonie et de pal^ontologie. 

*7475-52 
Diet, de linguistique etdephilologieeom- 
parde. *7465.6o 
Diet, de philosophie eatholique. 3 v. 

♦7465.66 

Diet, de zoologie. 3 v. *7495.66 

Diet, des eontroverses historiques. 

*7465-73 

Diet, des origines du ehristianisme, ou 

histoire des trois premiers sieeles de I'dglise 
ehr^tienne. *7475'63 

Diet, historique des sciences physiques 

et naturelles. *7465.56 

— Jouffroj, Aehille, marquis de. Diet, des 
erreurs soeiales. *7485.58 

— Jouhanneaud, Paul. Diet, d'anecdotes chre- 
tiennes. *7495-63 

— Jouve, Esprit G. Diet, d'esthdtique chre- 
tienne. . *7475-65 

— Lecanu, — , abbi. Diet, des prophdties et 
des miracles. T. i. *7485.6o 

— Le Noir, — , abbi. Diet, des droits de la 
raison dans la foi. *7465.67 

Diet, des harmonies de la raison et de la 

foi. *7475.66 

— Martin-Doisj, Fdlix. Diet, d'^conomie cha- 
ritable. 4v. *7475-57 

— Mas-Latrie, Jacques M. J. L. de. Diet, de 
pal^ographie, de cryptographic, de daetjologie, 
d'hieroglyphie, de stenographic et de tei^gra- 
phie. Par M. X * * *. *7475-5i 

Diet, de statistique religieuse, et de I'art 

de verifier les dates. Par M. X * * *. *7495.62 

Diet, des musses, ou description des 

prineipaux musses d'Europe. Suivi de notions 
sur la photographie. ^ Par M. X * * * *7475.56 

— Morin, Frederic. Diet, de philosophie et 
de theologie scholastiques, ou etudes sur I'en- 
seignement philosophique et theologique au 
moyen age. 2 v. *7465.5i 

— Nadal, J. C. Diet, d'eioquenee saeree. 

*7495-59 

— Origines et raison de la liturgie eatholique, 
suivies' d'un traite de liturgie armenienne, trad, 
sur le texte italien du P. G. Avedichian. *7505.5i 

— Ott, Auguste. Diet, des sciences politiques 
et soeiales. 3 v. *7475-55 

— Peltier, Adolphe C. Diet. univ. des coneiles. 
2 V. *7505-52 

— Perenn^s, Francois. Diet, de biographic 
chretienne [vol. 3, et anti-ehretiennej. 3 v. 

*7495-57 

Diet, de lemons et exemples de litterature 

chretienne en prose et en vers. 2 v. *7465.7o 
Diet, de noels et de cantiques, ou reper- 
toire universel de compositions poetiques pro- 
pres k 6tre ehantees dans les eglises, etc. *7465.7i 

— Pierrot, — , abbe. Diet, de theologie mo- 
'•ale. 2 V. *7505.57 

— Pinard, C. Diet, des objections populaires 
centre le dogme, la morale, la discipline et I'his- 
toire de reglise eatholique. *7465.59 



Migne, Jacques P., continued. 

— Pontas, Jean. Diet, de eas de conscience. 
2 V. *7505-53 

— Poujol, F. A. A. Diet, de medecine pra- 
tique et des sciences qui lui servent de fonde- 
ments. *7485.56 

Diet, des facultes intellectuelles et affec- 

tives de I'ame, oil Ton traite des passions, des 
vices, des defauts, etc. Suivi de I'Usage des 
passions par R. P. Senault. *7495-5i 

— Poussin, J. C, and Ganier, J. C. Diet, 
de la tradition pontificale, patristique et eon- 
eiliare. 2 v. *7475.6i 

— Prompsault, Jean H. R. Diet, raisonne de 
droit et de jurisprudence en matifere civile ecele- 
siastique. 3 V. *7495-50 

— Quantin, Maximilien. Diet, raisonne de 
diplomatique chretienne, contenant les notions 
neeessaires pour I'intelligenee des aneiens monu- 
ments manuserits, avee un grand nombre de fac- 
simile. *7495-55 

— Saulcy, Feiieien C. de. Diet, des anti- 
quites bibliques. *7465.64 

— Sevestre, A. Diet, de patrologie. 5 v. 

*7485-59 

— Texier, — , abbi. Diet, d'orfeverie, de 
gravure et de eiselure ehretiennes. *7465-54 

— Thomassin, Louis. Diet, de discipline 
ecelesiastique. 2 v. *7465.53 

— Valiee, Louis. Diet, du protestantisme. 

*7465.6i 

Milford, Massachusetts. See Ballou. 

Mill, James. See Bain. 

Mill, John Stuart. See Bain. 

Miller-Hauenfels, Albert R. von. Die Dual- 
Functionen und die Integration der elliptisehen 
und hyperelliptischen DiSerenziale. Graz, 1880. 
8°. ' **5025.82 

Mineralogy. See Migne. 

Minnesingers. See Sehultz. 

Minnesota. See Neill. 

Minor, Ellen E. Murillo. L., 1882 [1881]. 
[Illus. biog. of the great artists.] Sm. 8°. 

4077.76 

MinzlofT, Charles R. Pierre le Grand dans la 
litterature etrangere. Publie d'apres les notes de 
M. le eomte de Korff. [Also, Supplement.] St.- 
Petersbourg, 1872. [Catalogue raisonne des 
Russica de la Bibliotheque imperiale publique de 
Saint-Petersbourg.] 8°. *2i62.34 

Miracles. See Migne. 

Miracles de Nostre Dame. [Manuscript copies 
made by Auguste Veinant from manuscripts in 
the Bibliotheque nationale, and collated with the 
originals.] 5 v. Sm. 4°. **G.285.84 

The Soci^W des anciennes textes fran^ais in its Miracles de 
Nostre Dame, publitfes par G. Paris et U. Robert [2674.5$], 
has thus far (iSSi) printed four volumes from the Mss., of 
which the above volumes are transcripts, as follows: — No. 
1-6 in vol, I ; 7-13 in vol. J ; 13-1$ in vol.3; 19-aa >n vol. 4. 

Mississippi river. See Laval ; — Le Clercq ; — 
Margry. 

Mitchell, John A. The summer school of phi- 
losophy at Mount Desert. N.Y., 1881. Plates. 
40. *2400.54 

Moabite stone. Ser De Costa. 

Mohammedanism. See Al Kind v. 

Moline, ///. See Land. 

Mollett.John W. Meissonier. L., 1882 [1881]. 
[Illus. biog. of the great artists.] Sm. 8*. 4077.77 

Monasteries. See Migne. 

Money. See Walker. 



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Montague, William E. Besieged in the Trans- 
vaal. Edinb., 1881. Sm. 8°. 5059a.35 

The story of the defence of Standertou in iSSi, reprinted 
from " Blackwood's magazine." 

Montfort, Simon, earl of Leicester. See 
Creighton, M. 

Montgomerie family, earis of Eglinton and 
Winton. See Fullarton. 

Monuments pr^historiques de I'ancienne Po- 
logne. Publics par les soins de la commission 
archdologique de I'Academie des sciences de 
Cracovie. {^French and Polish.^ ire s^rie. 
Livr. I, 2. Cracovie, 1879, 81 • 4°- *3o6o.6 

Contents. — Prusse royale, par Godefroy Ossowski. Trad, 
du polonais par S. Zaborowski-Moindron. 

Moon, George W. The revisers' English. 
With photographs of the [English] revisers. A 
series of criticisms, showing the revisers' viola- 
tions of the laws of the language. L., 1882 
[1881]. Sm. 8°. 3416.80 

Moonj William. Light for the blind : a his- 
tory of the origin and success of [his] institution 
for embossing and circulating the Bible and 
other books in Moon's tvpe for the blind, in 
English and foreign languages. 5th ed. L., 
1879. Portr. Embossed sheet and map. 8°. 

3596.69 

Moore, T.W. Treatise and hand-book of orange 
culture in Florida. 2d ed., rev. and enl. N.Y. 
[1881.] 16°. 3995-69 

Moors. See Ibn. 

Morley, Henry. Of English literature in the 
reign of Victoria. With a glance at the past. 
Tauchnitzed., vol. 2000. Lpz., 1881. 16°. 4558.54 

With fac-similes of the signatures of the contemporary 
authors who have contributed to the Tauchnitz edition. 

Mormons. See Remy. 

Morris, William. Hopes and fears for art. Five 
lectures, 1878-81. L., 1882. Sm. 8°. 4077.79 

Morselli, Enrico. Suicide: an essay on com- 
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Map. [Internat. scientific ser.] 12°. 35703.54 

Mortgage. See Basch. 

Mosaics. See Gerspach. 

Mt. Desert, Maine. See Mitchell. 

Mozart, Johann C. W. A. Symphonieen. 
Partitur. Lpz. [i88ii'] L. 8°. 8042.94 

Contents. — i. Symphonie G moll (Sol mineur). — 2. 
Symphonic Es dur (Mi b^mol majeur). — 3. Symphonie C 
dur (Ut majeur). 

Mueller, Friedrich. Indogermanisch und semi- 
tisch. Ein Beitrag zur Wiirdigung dieser beiden 
Sprachstamme. Wien, 1870. 8''. 2952.62 

Mueller, Johann G. Aus dem Herder'schen 
Hause. Aufzeichnungen von J. G. Miiller. 
(1780-82.) Herausg. von J. Baechtold. Berlin, 
1881. 8°. 2847.60 

Mueller, Wilhelm. Historische Frauen. Ber- 
lin, 1876. 8°. 2244.51 

Contents. — Irene und Beatrix; Maria von Brabant; 
Margarctha von Thiiringen ; Anna Boleyn ; Johanna Gray; 
Maria Stuart und Elisabeth; Katharina von Medici; Chris- 
tine von Schweden; Elisabeth Charlotte [Herzogin von 
Orleans]; Charlotte Corday; Kaiserin Josephine; Konigin 
Luise. 

Munro, James. A new Gaelic primer. 4th ed. 
Edinb., 1873. Sm. 8°. 24893.92 

Muntz, Eugene. Les pr^curseurs de la Renais- 
sance. P., 1882. Illus. 4°. *6o72.59 

— Raphael, his life, works, and times. From 
the French. Illus. Ed. by Walter Armstrong. 
L., 1S82. 8°. **8o72.65 



Munzinger, Werner. Ueberdie Sitten und das 
Recht der Bogos. Mit einer Karte der nordlichen 
Grenzlander Abyssiniens. Winterthur. 1859. 
8°. No. I in *2262.62 

Murillo, Bartolomd E. See Minor. 

Music. See Barrett ; — Beethoven ; — Ferris ; 

— Flotow ; — Mozart ; — Plaidy ; — Winner. 
Musical herald. Vol. i. B., 1880. Illus. 40. 

•51603.10 
Mysteries (Religious dramas). See Migne; 

— Miracles; — Proelss ; — Zezschwitz. 
Mythology. See Brown, R. ; — Bulfinch ; — 

Bunsen ; — Fiske ; — Migne ; — Roskoff. 

Names (Personal). 5^^ Charnock. 

Namur, Belgium. See Fr^son. 

Naples, Gulf of. See Dohrn ; — Solms. 

Napoleon III. ^ccjerrold. 

Ndrada. Ndradi'ya Dharmasdstra, or the in- 
stitutes of NArada. Trans, for the first time, from 
the unpublished Sanskrit original, by Julius Jolly. 
With a preface, notes, index [etc.]. L., 1876. 
Sm. 8". 3028.16 

Nash, Wallis. Two years in Oregon. N.Y., 
1882. Illus. 120. 2378.66 

A sequel to his " Oregon, there and back in 1S77." 

Natural history. See Cooke, M. C. ; — Hous- 
man; — Wilson. 

Nature. See Schmitz-Dumont. 

Nautical terms. See Roebuck. 

Naval hygiene. See Macdonald. 

Navigation. See U. S. Hydrographic office. 

Neill, Edward D. Minnesota explorers and 
pioneers from 1659 to 1858. Minneapolis, 1881. 
4°. *2370.32 

Neissac, F. Le dernier oncle d'Am^rique. 
Com^die. Pont-k-Mousson, 1878. 12". 4662.54 

Neue, Friedrich. Formenlehreder lateinischen 
Sprache. 2te Aufl. Berlin, 1875, 77. 3 v. 8". 

2985.50 

Neumann-Spallart, F. X. von. DerSchutz in 
der Weltwirthschaft. Berlin, 1879. 8°. 

No. 4 in *3562.53 

New England bibliopolist. The, or notices of 
books on American history, biography, geneal- 
ogy, etc. Ed. by J. W. Dean. Vol. i. 1880,81. 
B., i88i. 8'>. •2154.29 

Contains tlie book notices published in the Historical and 
genealogical register. 

New England historic genealogical society, 
Boston. Proceedings. 1^5-80. {^Aho\ Ad- 
dresses by the presidents of the society. B., 1865- 

80. 8«. *4435.aa 
New H3mpshire. Annual reports [to the 

legislature]. 1877-81. Manchester [etc.], 1S77- 

81. 5 V. 8^. •6322.50 
New Haven, Conn. See Decrow. 

New Jersey. See Whitehead. 

New London, Conn. See Harris. 

New York, city. See Valentine. 

New York, state. Topographical survey of 
the Adirondack region. Seventh annual report 
on the progress to 1879. Containing the con- 
densed reports for 1874-78. With maps. engr. 
and chromo-lithographs. By Verplanck Colvjn. 
Albany, 1880. 8°. •2361.68 

New York historical societA'- Collections, 
1877. Publication fund series. The Colden letter 
books. Vol.2. 1765-77- N. Y.,1878. 8°. ♦4472-19 

Newcomb, Simon. Algebra for schools and 
colleges. Jded. rev. N. Y., 1881. 12". 3938.68 

Newman, John Henry. See Jennings, H. J. 



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Nibelungenlied. 5'ff Schnorr; —Woodward. 

Nichols, William R. Publications of the 
Massachusetts institute of technology and of its 
officers, students and alumni. 1862-81. B., 
1882. 8". *6i73.25 

Niedner, Felix. Das deutsche Turnier im xii 
und xin Jahrhundert. Berlin, i88i. S". 2833.56 

Nietner, Th. Die Rose, ihre Geschichte, Arten, 
Kultur und Verwendung nebst einem Verzeich- 
niss von fiinftausend beschriebenen Gartenrosen. 
Berlin, 1880. Illus. 4°. ♦5841.30 

Nitram Tradleg. pseud. See Geldart, Martin E. 

Nordenskiold, Adolf E. The voyage of the 
Vega round Asia and Europe, with a historical 
review of previous journeys along the north 
coast of the old world. Tr. by A. Leslie. With 
portrs., maps, illus. L., 1881. 2 v. 8*^. 2262.61 

Norman, Henry. An account of the Harvard 
Greek play. B., 1882 [1881]. Portrs. Illus. i6«. 

3006.8 

Describes the performance of the CEdipus Tyrannus of 
Sophocles, by students of Harvard college, in May, iSSi. 

Normandy. See Benoist. 

North, Charles N. M. Comunn nam Fior 
Ghael, or The book of the Club of True High- 
landers. A record of the dress, arms, customs 
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L. [1881.] 2 V. F". *452oa.5 

Northern Wisconsin agricultural and mechani- 
cal association. Transactions, including a full 
report of the industrial conventions held at Osh- 
kosh [etc.], Wis., 1877-81. With other papers. 
Comp. by R. D. Torrev. ^'ol. 4-8. Madison, 
Wis., 1877-81. 8°. " *7997.7 

Norton, Charles B. American inventions and 
improvements in breech-loading small arms, 
heavy ordnance, and other munitions of war, 
including a chapter on sporting arms. 2d ed. 
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Norway. See Woods. 

Notelrac, fsetid. See Carleton, Fanny E. 

Notre-Dame cathedral, Paris. See Lassus 

Nott, Charles C. and Hopkins, Archibald, ed. 
Digest of Court of claims reports from March, 
1863, to Dec, 1875, and of appealed cases in the 
supreme court. Wash., 1876. 8°. *3705.4 

Nottinghamshire, England. 6"e«? Briscoe. 

Numismatics. See British museum; — Char- 
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Ober Ammergau passion play. See Hart- 
mann. 

Oceanica. See Cumming. 

O'Connor, Eva M. Analytical index to the 
works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, with a sketch of 
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O'Dea, James J. Suicide, studies on its philos- 
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357oa.53 

Offenbach, Jacques. Madame Favart, opera 

comique, music by Jacques Offenbach. English 

adaptation of words to music, by H. B. Farnie, 

the dialogue and business tr. and adapted by T. 

L. B. \Cop. 1881.] 4°. 8042.93 

Ogilvie, John. The imperial dictionary of the 

English language. New ed., rev. and augm. 

Ed. by Charles Annandale. Illus. Vol. i. A- 

Depascent. L., 1882. 8°. *46oo.50 

O'Keefe, Robert. Court of Queen's bench 

(Ireland). Report of the action for libel brought 

by the Rev. Robert O'Keefe, against Cardinal 

Cullen. With introd. by H. C. Kirkpatrick. 

L., 1874. 8°. 3464-51 



Old Elm, The, and other poems. [B., 1877.] 
16". 4505-82 

The poems are by various authors and are upon the great 
elm on Boston Common, the Paddock elms, the Washington 
elm in Cambridge, with extracts upon trees in general. 

Olga, St. See Elissalde. 

Oliphant, Laurence. The land of Khemi, up 
and down the middle Nile. With illus. L., 1882 
[1881J. Sm. 8°. 5058.8 

Oliver, James E., and others. A treatise on 
trigonometry, by Profs. Oliver, Wait and Jones. 
Ithaca, 1881' 8«. 3936.61 

Oliver, Samuel P. On and off" duty, being 
leaves from an officer's note-book. With illus. 
by the author. L., 1881. 4°. 3012.57 

Contents. — Turania: China and Japai». Lemuria: Mas- 
carene islands and Madagascar. United States of Colombia. 

— On board a Union steamer. Added "A 
sketch abroad," by .Miss Doveton. L., 1881. 
Illus. 8". 3073.62 

One year from the fire. October 9, 187 1- 
October 9, 1872. Chicago illustrated. Chicago, 
1872. Folded plate. 4°. *437o.6i 

Operas. See Carleton ; — Rodenberg. 

Opium. See Kane. 

Oppenheim, Heinrich B. Aus der Geschichte 
der englischen Kornzolle. Berlin, 1879. S°. 

No, 3 in *3562.53 

Orange, The. See Moore. 

Oratory. See Beeton ; — Migne. 

Oregon. See Nash. 

Orleans, Helfene L. E. de Mecklenbourg- 
Schwerin, duc/iesse d'. See Brunier. 

Ornament. See Li^nard. 

Ornithology. See Dresser; — Giebel. 

Ovidius Naso, Publius. P. Ovidii Nasonis 
Ibis ex novis codicibvs ed., scholia vetera com- 
mentarivm cvm prolegomenis, appendice, indice 
addidit, R. Ellis. Oxonii, 1881. 8». 2925.70 

Pacific ocean. See Cumming; — Stoddard. 

Paget, Violet. Belcaro, being essays on sundry 
sesthetical questions. By Vernon Lee \^pseud.']. 
L. [i88i.] Sm. 80. 2555.73 

Contents. — The book and its title; The child in the Vati- 
can ; Orpheus and Kurydice; Faustus and Helena; Chapel- 
master Kreisler; Cherubino; In Umbria; Ruskinism; Dia- 
logue on poetic morality ; Postscript. 

Pain. See Taylor, C. F. 

Painting. See Havard ; — Hulme. 

Palais-Royal, Paris. See Saint-Marc. 

Palestine. See Guirin ; — Maxwell, E. H. ; — 
Tristram. 

Palestine exploration fund. Quarterly state- 
ments, 1878, 79. L., 1878, 79. 2 V. Illus. 8*. 

*5047-9 

Paley, Frederick A., comp. Greek wit. 2d 
ser. L., 1881. Sm. 8°. 29693.59 

Palfrey, Francis W. The Antietam and Fred- 
ericksburg. N. Y., 1882. Maps. [Campaigns 
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Palladius, Rutilius T. jE. On husbondrie. 
From the unique ms. of about 1420 a.d. in Col- 
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index, ed. by S. J. H. Herrtage. L., 1873 "and 
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Palmer, W. J. The Tvne and its tributaries. 
L., 1882 [1881]. Illus. Map. L. 8°. *246oa.56 

Pantopoda. See Dohrn. 

Papacy. See Charvet ; — Migne ; — Penning- 
ton. 



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Paris. Saloti. L'exposition des beaux arts. 
(Salon de 1881.) Comprenant planches en pho"- 
togravure par Goupil et cie, cent cinquante des- 
sins, avec le concours Htteraire de D. Bernard, G. 
Gcetschy [etc.]. P., 1881. 8°. -***8o63.56 

Parish registers. See Chester. 

Parliament. See Latchford ; — Sarcastic ; — 
Torrens. 

Parloa, Maria. New cook book. B., 1881. 
Illus. 12^ 6007.82 

Parton, James. The beginning of the " spoils" 
system in the national government 1829-30. 
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Pasolini, Pietro D., ed. Documenti riguar- 
danti antiche relazioni fra Venezia e Ravenna. 
Imola, 1881. 8°. 2723.64 

Originally published in the Archivio storico italiano. 

Passions. See Migne. 

Patent law. See Thompson. 

Pattou, Ange A. The art of voice-production, 
with special reference to correct breathing. 
N. Y., 1882. !&>. 4048.96 

Paul, le capitaine. Revolutions frangaises de 
Cesar a Napoleon iii. Vol. 1-3 [b.c. 58-A.D. 
1483J. P., 1863-65. 8°. 4612.52 

Pauperism, ^ee Fowle; — Lammers. 

Payn, James. Some private views ; essays 
from the ' Nineteenth century ' review, [and] 
'Times.' L., 1881. Sm. 8*'. 2555.75 

Contents. — The midway inn ; Critic on the hearth ; Sham 
admiration in literature ; The pinch of poverty ; Story -telling ; 
Penny liction ; The literary calling and its future; Hotels; 
Maid-servants; Man-servants; Whist-players; Relations; 
Invalid literature; Wet holidays; Travelling companions. 

Peabody, George. See Hanaford. 

Peabody, Mrs. R. P. History of Shelburne, 
N H. Gorham, N. H., 1882. 16". *4339a-57 

Peabody education fund. Proceedings of the 
trustees, 1874-81. Vol. 2. B., i88i. Photogs. 
8«. *3592-5i 

Pearce, Alfred J. The science of the stars. 
L., 1881. Sm. 8°. 3929.80 

An epitome of astrology. 

Pedder, Henry C. Garfield's place in history. 
An essay. N. Y., 1882. Portr. 8". 4343-74 

Pennington, Arthur R. Epochs of the papacy 
from its rise to the death of pope Pius ix in 1878. 
L., 1881. Sm. 8°. 3467.62 

Pennsylvania. Second geological survey. Re- 
ports. Vol. A.«, G.^ H.^ H.», I." and Atlas, 0.^ 
Q^"*, R. and Atlas, T. and Atlas. Harrisburg, 
1880,81. 12 V. Maps. Plates. Illus. 8°. *7868.5o 

Contents. — A. 2 Special report upon tlie waste in mining 
anthracite, by Franklin Piatt. — G.< Pt. i. Geology of Clin- 
ton county; t't. 2. A special study of the carboniferous and 
Devonian strata along tlie West branch of the Susquehanna 
river, by H. Martyn Chance. — PI." Report of progress in 
Armstrong county, by W. G. Phitt. — H." Jefferson county, 
by W. G. Piatt. — 1.* Geology of the oil regions of Warren, 
Venango, Clarion, and Butler counties, by John F. Carll. 
1 vol. Text; i vol. Atlas. — O.2 Catalogueof the Geological 
museum, by Charles E. Hall. Pt. 2. — Q_.* Geology oflirie 
and Crawford counties, by I. C. White; Discovery of the 
preglacial outlet of Lake Erie, by J. W. Spencer. — R. 
Geology of McKean county, and its connection with that of 
Cameron, Elk, and Forest, by Charles A. Ashburner. i 
v. Text; i vol. Atlas. — T. Geology of Blair county, by 
Franklin Piatt, i vol. Text; 1 vol. Atlas. 

Percivall, William. Hippopathology, a sys- 
tematic treatise on the disorders and lamenesses 
of the horse. L., 1853-76. 4 v. in 6. Illus. 8". 

♦6004.50 

Contents. — i. Inflammation, etc. — 2. Parti. The chest 
and air-passages. — 3. Part 2. Digestive organs, etc. — 3. 



Percivall, William, continued. 

Disorders of the horse. — 4. Part 1, 2. Lameness of the 
horse. 

Vol. 4 contains a general index. 

— Twelve lectures on the form and action of 
the horse: appended, the, effects of medicine on 
horses. With engr. L., 1850. 8<>. 6002.14 

Percussion. See Cutler. 

Periodicals. See Deutscher Journal-Katalog. 

Pernice, Alfred. Marcus Antistius Labeo. 
Das romische Privatrecht im ersten Jahrhunderte 
derKaiserzeit. iter Band. Halle, 1873. 8". 56i7-50 

Perry, Arthur L. Introduction to political 
economy. N. Y., i88i. 12°. 3659.63 

Perry, Walter C. Greek and Roman sculpt- 
ure. A popular introduction to [its] history. 
With illus. on wood. L., 1882. 8°. 4076.76 

Personal rights. See Pernice : — Willard. 

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Smith, Edward M. Documentary history of 
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Smith, George B., ed. Illustrated British 
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Smith, Henry B. Apologetics : a course of 
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Smith, J. Moyr. Album of decorative figures. 
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Smyth, William H. Descriptive catalogue of 
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Soci^t6 de_ geographie commerciale de Bor- 
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Soci^t^ de rOrient latin, Paris. Statuts, 
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Society of chemical industry. Proceedings of 
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Sola Mendes, Frederic de. Defence, not 
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Contents. — Faith confirmed, selections from the work 
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Solms-Laubach, Hermann, Graf zu. Die 
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No. 2 in *3820.65 

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Sophocles. OSdipus tyrannus. ^ee Norman. 

Sorghum. See U. 8. Bureau of agriculture. 

Soudan. See Wilson, C. T. 

South Hampton, N. H. 5ee Jewell. 

Southern historical society, Richmotid. Papers. 
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Southey, Robert. The correspondence of 
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Southwark, London. See Rendle. 

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Spangenberg, Ludwig. Ueber das Verhalten 
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Spedding, James. Evenings with a reviewer, 
or Macaulay and Bacon. With a prefatory no- 
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Spencer, Edward. Memorial volume, 1730- 
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Baltimore, October 11-19, 1880. With a sketch 
of the history, and summary of the resources of 
the city. lUus. Bait., 1881. 4°. ♦2370.56 

Spencer, Herbert. Descriptive sociology. Div. 
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This number closes the publication of the Descriptive 

sociology. 

— Recent discussions in science, philosophy 
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Spielhagen, Friedrich. Aus meinem Skizzen- 
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— Quisisana. Novelle. 3teAufl. Lpz.,i88i. 16°. 

487431 

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Spruner, Carl von. Hand-Atlas fiir die Ge- 
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Gotlia, 1880. Po. •2284.53 

Stanhope, Philip H.,jM earl Stanhope. His- 
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Stanley, Arthur P. The creation of man : a ser- 
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— Dedication of Westminster abbey. Sermon, 
Dec. 28th, 1865, being the 8ooth anniversary of 
[its] foundation. Oxford, 1866. 8°. 

No. 4 in ♦55408.70 

— A letter to the lord bishop of London on 
the state of subscription in the Church of England 
and the University of Oxford. Oxford, 1863. 8». 

No. 2 in ♦55408.70 

— Three introductory lectures on the study of 
ecclesiastical history. Oxford, 1859. S'\ 

No. 1 iij ♦55408.70 

Stanley, Gibbons & Co. Descriptive cata- 
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Stark, Carl B. Vortrage und Aufsatze aus dem 
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Steam pumps. See Campbell. 

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Stern, Adolf. .FUnfzig Jahre deutschcr Dich- 
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Stevens, Henry. The history of the Oxford 
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Stevens, Henry, continued. 

— Photo-bibliography; or, a word on printed 
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The author claims to give here ample proof of Bacon's 
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Three Americas railway, The. Essays advo- 
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Thurman, William C. The way to God. 
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Ticino. Si^e Butler. 

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Tischbein family. See Michel. 

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Torrens, William T. M. Reform of procedure 
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Tradleg, Nitram, pseud. See Geldart, Mar- 
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Treloar, W. P. Ludgate Hill. Narrative con- 
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Trevelyan, Si'r Charles E. Christianity and 
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from in France and the U. S., by Wm. McMurtrie. No. ^i. 
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*5654-5 

Reports (Nos. i, 2 and 3, iSSo and 1881) 

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This volume contains the matter of the first three reports 
rearranged and consolidated by bringing all relating to the 
same country or consulate together. The reports as origi- 
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United States, continued. 

— Geographical surveys west of the one hun- 
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Contents. — 7. Archaeology. Reports upon archxological 
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— Hydrografhic office. Catalogue of charts, 
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United States hydrographic notices from 

no. I to 100, for 1880. Wash., 1881. Folded 
maps. 8°. ♦3956.21 ' 

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no. 1 to 180, for 1880. Wash., 18S0. 8°. *3956.25 

— Official register. Containing a list of offi- 
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Walpole, Spencer. The electorate and the 
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Washburne, Elihu B. Sketch of Edward 
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Washington, George, ^c^" Johnston. 

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chester, 1881. Plates. Sm. 8°. *2466.54 

Weber, Max M. von. Die Entlastung der Cul- 
turarbeit durch den Dienst der physikalischen 
Krjifte. Berlin, 1S80. 8". No. 16 in *3562.53 

\AAebster, Noah. See Scudder. 

Webster, Wentworth. Spain. With illus. L., 

1882. Maps. [Foreign countries and British 
colonies.] Sm. 8**. 3098.7 

Weigert, Max. Der Volkswirthschaftliche 
Senat. Berlin, 1880. 8°. No. 8 in *3562.53 

\Veimar, Germany. See Kuehn. 

Wellesley, Arthur, duke of Wellington. See 
Waite. 

Wentworth, Erastus. Gilbert Haven : a mono- 
graph. Delivered before the Troy conference, 
April. 1880. N Y., 1881. Portr. "i6». 4449.87 

W^esley, John. Wesley his own historian. 
From his own diaries. Bv Edwin L. James. 
N. Y., 1870. 16°. ' 5558.54 

Westchester co., N. Y. See Bolton, R. 

Westerburg, Eugen. Der Ursprung der Sage, 
dass Seneca Christ gewesen sei. Eine kritische 
Untersuchung nebst einer Rezension des apo- 
kryphen Briefwechsels des Apostels Paulus mit 
Se"^neca. Berlin, 1881. 8°. 2948.50 

Western Pennsylvania hospital, Pittsburgh. 
Annual reports of the managers for 1867-79. 
Pittsburgh, 1868-S0. 8». ♦7807.6 

Westminster abbey. See Stanley. 

Westropp, Hodder M. Pre-historic phases; 
or, introductory essays on ^re-historic archae- 
ology. With illus. L., 1872. 8". 2235.70 

Wey, Francis (A.). Les Anglais chez eux, 
suivi de Hogarth et ses amis, ou Londres au 
sifecle pass^. Nouv. ^d. P., 1876. 16". 2466.60 



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Wheat. See Kapp. 

Wheatley, Henry B., and Delamotte, Philip 
H. Art work in earthenware. L., 1882. Illus. 
[Handbooks of practical art.] 8". , 4025.83 

— Art work in gold and silver. Mediaeval. 
L., 1882. Illus. [Handbooks of practical art.] 
8°. 4025.82 

Whedon, Daniel D. The freedom of the will 
as a basis of human responsibility and a divine 
government. N. Y., 1880. 16°. 7604.56 

Wheeler, Ella. Maurine, and other poems. 
Chic , 1882 [1881]. 16". 2404.75 

Wheeler, William A.. Familiar allusions: 
handbook of miscellaneous information, includ- 
ing the names of celebrated statues, paintings, 
palaces, churches, ships, streets, clubs and the 
like. Completed and ed. hy Charles G Wheeler. 
B., 1882. S". *2247.7i ; B. H. Desk, 3A.8 

Whitaker, Joseph. Almanack, 1882. L. [1881.] 
Sm. S'^. *2499a.50 

Whitby abbey, Yorkshire, Eng: Cartularium 
abbathisE de Whiteby ordinis S. Benedicti, fun- 
data; anno mlxxviii. [Vol. i, 2. Edited by 
Rev. John C Atkinson.] Durham, 1879, 81. 
[Surtees society. Publ. Vol. 69, 72.] 8'^ 

♦2427.60 

White, Richard G. The American view of the 
copyright question. Repr. from the "Broadway 
magazine," May, 1868. With a postscript. N.Y., 
1880. 12°. 3669.57 

Whitehead, William A., ed. Documents re- 
lating to the colonial history of New Jersey. 
[First series.] Vol. i, 2. 1631-1703. Newark, 
1880, 81. 2 V. ■ 8°. *2376.68 

White mountains. 5'eeCeavitt. 

White sea ^'et' Helms ; — Rae. 

Wickes, Charles. Illustrations of the spires 
and towers of the mediiEval churches of Eng- 
land ; preceded by some observations on the 
architecture of the middle ages, and its spire- 
growth. \^Also, Supplemental vol.] L., 1853- 
59 3 V. F". *+*Cab.40.k.i 

Wiedemann, Alfred. Geschichte Aegyptens 
von Psammetich i, bis auf Alexander den Gros- 
sen. Lpz., 1880. 8". 5053-i6 

Wieseler, Friedrich. Theatergebaude und 
Denkmaler des Buhnenwesens bei den Griechen 
und Romern. Mit Kupfertafeln. Gdttingen, 
1851 4°. *296o.66 

\Arild flowers. See Hulme. 

\A^ill, Freedom of. See Whedon. 

Willard, Andrew J. An examination of the 
law of personal rights to discover the principles 
of the law. N. Y., 1882. 80. 3663-15 

Williams, John. The world's witness to Jesus 
Christ. The power of Christianity in develop- 
ing modern civilization. N. Y., 1882. [Bedell 
lecture for i88i.] Sm. 4°. 5444-57 

Wilson, Andrew. Leaves from a naturalist's 
note-book. L., 1882 [i88i]. [The Mayfair li- 
brary.] Sm. 8". 3826.64 

Contents. — Science and crime; Lost and missing; In 
some medical by-ways; At Jilmrach's; Jelly-fishes; Threads 
and thrums in lower life; Whales and their neighbours; 
Food and fasting; .Scientific ghosts; The earliest known 
life-relic ; Skates and rays ; TJie autobiography of a bar- 
nacle; Leaves; The autobiography of a fly; About kanga- 
roos; On giants; The polity of a pond. 

Wilson, Charles T., and Felkin, R. W, 
Uganda and the Egyptian Soudan. L., 1882. 
2 V. Illus, Folded maps. Sm. 8^ 5058.21 

Wine. See Ellis, J. ; — Kerr. 



Wingrave, Marion M. The May blossom ; or 
the princess and her people. From original 
illus. by H. H. Emmerson. With verses by Marion 
M. Wingrave. N. Y. [1882.] 4". ♦2561.76 

Winner, Sep .-' Winner's guitar practice. Vo- 
cal and instrumental. Phila., 1880. 4°. 8052.110 

Wisconsin. State historical society. Cata- 
logue of the library. Vol. 5 (3d suppl.). Pre- 
pared by D. S. Durrie and Isabel Durrie. 
Madison, 1881. 8°. •2203.21 

— State library. Catalogue. 1881. Madison, 
1881. 8". ♦6208.4s 

Wise, John, and Noble, William M. Ramsey 
Abbey, its rise and fall, taken from the " Ramsey 
history or chronicle," and other reliable sources; 
also, an account of the manor and parish since 
the " Dissolution." Huntingdon. [1881.] Illus. 
Sm. 8". »■ 2498.20 

■Wit. See Burton ; — Paley. 

^A^ithe^, George. The hy nines and songs of 
the church. [1623.] Manchester, 1881. [Spen- 
ser soc. Publ.] Sm. 8°, 1. p. ♦♦♦6605.30 

Woburn, Afass. Public library. Annual re- 
port, 17-20, 22, 23. of the library committee. 
Woburn [etc.], 1874-80. 8". ♦6194.26 

Bulletin of accessions, for year ending 

March i, 1880. Woburn. [1880.] 8'. ^6194.25 

Wolzogen, Hans von. Unsere Zeit und unsere 
Kunst. Lpz. [i88i.?I 8°. 2867.65 

Woman. See Hack; — Johnson; — LI., H. ; — 
Mueller, W. . 

— Rights of. See Higginson. 
Wood engraving. See Hindley. 

Woods, Francis H. Sweden and Norway. 
With illus. L., 1882. Maps. [Foreign coun- 
tries and British colonies.] Sm. 8". 2867.66 

Woodward, Annie A. Echoes from mist-land ; 
or the Nibelungen lay revealed to lovers of ro- 
mance and chivalry. By Auber Forestier [pseud. ] . 
Chicago, 1877. 12°. 4874.18 

Woolnough, C. W. The whole art of mar- 
bling as applied to paper, book-edges, etc. With 
illus. L., 1881. Sm. 8". 6116.8 

Woolsey, Theodore D. Divorce and divorce 
legislation, especially in the United States. 2d 
ed., rev. N. Y., 1882. 12°. 5562-74 

Wordsworth, Christopher, bishop of Lincoln. 
A church history. L., 1881, 82. 2 v. Sm. 8". 

3516.63 

Contents.— i. To the council of Nicxa, A.D. 3'S- — 
2. From the council of Nicxa to the council of Constanti- 
nople, A.D. 381. 

Worthington, Arthur M. An elementary 
course of practical physics. L., 1881. Sm. 8". 

3966.81 
Wren, Sir Christopher. See Taylor, A. T. 
Wrotham, England. See Frampton. 

Yale college. See Decrow. 

Yorkshire. See Flower; — Hatton, W. H. 

Yosemite valley. See Bunnell. 

Young men's "Christian associations of the 
United States and British provinces. Proceed- 
ings [etc.] of the i2th-24th annual conventions. 
[Vol. 2-4.] 1867-81. N.Y., 1867-81. 8». ♦7441.7 

Yperman, Jehan. La chirurgie de maitrc 
Jehan Yperman, chirurgicn beige (xiiie-xive 
siecle), publitfe pour la premiere fois d'aprts la 
copie flamande de Cambridge, par M. C. Broeckx. 
26 ^d., orn^e de vignettes gravies sur bois. 
Anvers, 1866. [Acadimie d'arch^ologie de Bel- 
gique.] 8". 3755-66 



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Zaccone, Pierre. L'inconnu de Belleville. 
[Roman.] P., i88i. 16°. 6667.7 

Zeller, Eduard. Vortrage und Abhandlungen. 
iste, 2te Sammlung. 2te Aufl. Lpz., 1875, 77- 
2 V. S**. 2894.52 

Zestermann, A. Die Kreuzigung bei den 
Alten. Bruxelles, 1868. [Academic d'archeolo- 
gie de Belgique.] 8". 6232.10 

Zezschwitz, Gerhard von. Das mittelalter- 
liche Drama vom Ende des rdmischen Kaiser- 
thums deutscher Nation und yon der Erscheinung 
des Antichrists. Lpz. [1877.] Fac-simile. S**. 

2192.17 



Zimmer, Heinrich. Altindisches Leben. Die 
Cultur der vedischen Arier. Nach dem Samhita 
dargestellt. Eine vom vierten internationalen 
Orientalistencongress in Florenz gekronte Preis- 
schrift. Berlin, 1879. S°. 3021.52 

Zodiac, See Bunsen. 

Zola, Emile. Documents littdraires. Etudes 
et portraits. P., 1881. 12°. 4662.57 

Contents. — Chateaubriand; V. Hu^o; A. de Musset; T. 
Gautier; Les poetes contemporains ; George Sand; Dumas 
fils; Sninte-Beuve; La critique contempomine; De la mora- 
lite dans la litterature. 

Zoology. See Aristoteles ; — Migne ; — Robin- 
son. 



II. 

Earlier Publications. 

It has been the custom to print in the Bates Hall List in the Bulletin, with some exceptions, 
only the titles of books published within a few years. More attention than usual has been given 
within a year or two to the purchase from sale catalogues of interesting books, especially English 
books, long published. A special list, selected from the titles of such as have been received since 
January first, is here appended. 



Ackermann, Rudolph, publ. A picturesque 
tour of the English lakes, with accounts of an- 
cient and modern manners and customs, etc. 
lUus. with coloured views by T. H. Fielding and 
J. Walton. L., 1821. 4°. *456o.6 

Aikman, James. Annals of the persecution in 
Scotland [1660-88J. Edinb., 1842. Illus. 8°. 

55259 

Atlas, maritime. Recueil de cartes et plans. 
L'Amerique meridionale et ses details. 89 maps. 
4°. *436o.i2 

Three of the maps are dated 1762. They are all num- 
bered Tome 2. The volume number has been erased from 
the title-page and index. The north-west coast line of North 
America is left blank, as being unknown. New Zealand, 
Australia, and Tasmania are connected as if they formed 
one body of land. 

Barnard, George. Switzerland : scenes and 
incidents of travel in the Bernese Oberland, &c 
&c. Drawn from nature and on stone. L., 1843. 
26 plates. Fo. *^*486oa.3 

Bayard, Ferdinand M. Voyage dans I'int^- 
rieur des £tats-Unis, a Bath, Winchester, dans 
la vallee de Shenandoha, etc., pendant I'dt^ de 
1791. P., 1797. 8°. 4466.68 

Bell, Henry N. The Huntingdon peerage ; 
the house of Hastings. L., 1820. Portrs. 4°. 

**453i-7 
Beltz, George F. A review of the Chandos 
peerage case, adjudicated 1803, and of the preten- 
sions of Sir S. E. Brydges. L., 1834. 8"- *2437.X7 
Bible. The Holy Bible, with annotations and 
parallel scriptures. Annex'd the harmony of the 
Gospels [etc.]. By Samuel Clark. L., 1690. 
Fo. **74io.58 

A note on the cover says, "The author's copy with nu- 
merous manuscript notes by him," apparently for a second 
edition. 

— The book of Job paraphras'd. By Symon 
Patrick. L., 1697. Portr. Sm. %^. 7429.67 

— A new translation of the book of Psalms. 
With various readings and notes. By A. Ged- 
des. L., 1807. Sm. 8°. No. i in '7440.55 

There is a notice of this translation in Cotton's " Rhemes 
and Doway. Oxford, 1855," p. 70 [21S1.6], where it is stated 
that it is of " extreme rarity. The whole impression seems 
to have been bought up anH made away with; for a copy is 
scarcely ever to be seen in the public market." 



Bible, continued. 

— Part of the harmony of king Davids harp. 
Conteining the first 21 psalmes. Briefly & 
learnedly expounded byD. Victorinus Strigelius. 
Tr. byR. Robinson. L.", I5[S2]. Sm.40. **7444.59 

The title-page is mutilated. The above date is from 
Watt. 

— An exposition of Salomons booke, called 
Ecclesiastes or the preacher. L., 1573. Sm. 8''. 

**7429a.86 

— Song of songs : or sacred idyls. Tr., with 
notes. ByJ. M. Good. L., 1803.' Sm. 8°. 

No. 2 in *7440-55 

— Daniel his Chaldie visions and his Ebrcw : 
tr. after the original : and expounded by reduc- 
tion of heathen most famous stories vnto the 
exact proprietie of his wordes, and by ioyning all 
the Bible, and learned tongues to the frame of 
his worke. [By Hugh Broughlon.] L., 1596. 



Plates. Sm. 4°. 



^7429.68 



— A catholike and ecclesiasticall exposition of 
the holy Gospell after S. lohn. Gathered out of 
all the singuler and approued Deuines. by Augus- 
tine Marlorate. Tr. out of Latin by Thomas 
Timme. L., 1575. Sm. f° (6). ' **54ii.64 

Bluett, Thomas. Some memories of the life 
of Job, son of the high priest of Bonda in Africa; 
who was a slave in Maryland. L., 1734. Sm. 8^. 

5059-28 

Blumhardt, Christian G. Versuch einer alige- 
meinen Missionsgeschichte der Kirche Christi. 
Basel, 1828-37. 3 V. in 5. 16". 3538.66 

Boehme, Jacob. Works of Jacob Behmen. the 
Teutonic theosopher. Prefixed his life. With 
figures, illustrating his principles, left by W. 
Law. L., 1744-81. 4 V. 4". 5491.50 

Broughton, Hugh. A reqvire of agreement to 
the groundes of divinitie studie : wherein great 
scholers falling, & being caught of lewes dis- 
grace the gospel : & trap them to distruction. By 
H. B. N. p., 1611. Sm. 4°. •*7444.6a 

Brudenell, James T., 7th earl of Cardigan. 
Trial for felony, before the House of peers, i6th 
Feb., 1841. L., 1841. 8°. '»768oa.4 

Charged with wounding; in a duel one Ca_t. Harvey Gar- 
nett Phipps Tuckett. ^ 



94 



1882. 

Brydges, Sir Samuel E. Memoirs of the peers 
of England. During the reign of James the first. 
[Ahou.] L., 1802. Portrs. 8°. 6544.77 

Buc'hoz, Pierre J., 1731-1807. Premiere [et 
seconde] centurie de planches repr^sentant au 
naturel ce qui se trouve de plus int^ressant et de 
plus curieux parmi les animaux, les vegetaux et 
lesmineraux. P. [etc.], 1775-81. 2 v. F^. *58io.4 

" Tous les oiivrag^es de Buc'hoz forment plus de 300 vol., 
dont 95 in-fol. " — Nohv. biog. universelU, 

Buffon, Georges L. L., comte de. Natural his- 
tory, general and particular, illus. with above 600 
copper plates. The history of man and quadru- 
peds tr., with notes and observations, by W. 
Smellie. New ed. and enl. by W. Wood. L., 
1812. 20 V. Portr. 8". 58103.26 

Contents. — i, 2. Theory of the earth. — 3. History of 
man. — 4-10. History of quadrupeds. — 11-20. History of 
birds. 

Caussin de Perceval, Armand P. Examen 
d'une lettre de F. Fresnel sur I'histoire des 
Arabes avant rislamisme. [P., 1837.] [Extrait 
du Journal asiatique, 3e serie.] 8°. 3028.9 

Gavelet, William. Select specimens of Gothic 
architecture, comprising the most approved ex- 
amples in England. 2d ed. L., 1839. 80 plates. 
4°. *8o9i.53 

Charles I, king^ of Great Britain. (iaai'AiKa. 
The workes of king Charles, the martyr : with a 
collection of declarations, treaties, and other pa- 
pers concerning the differences betwixt his said 
majesty and parliament. L., 1663. 2 v. in i. 
F°. **6520.36 

Charles II, kinj^ of Great Britain. Account 
of the preservation of king Charles 11 after the 
battle of Worcester, drawn up by himself. 
Added his letters to several persons. [Ed. by 
D. Dalrymple.] L., 1766. 8°. *6542.65 

Chronicle of London, from 1089 *^o ^483) writ- 
ten in the 15th century, and for the first time 
prihted. Added, illustrations, consisting of royal 
letters [etc. Ed. by Ed. Tyrrell]. L., 1827. Fac- 
simile. 4°, 1. p. 4530.6 

Clark, Rev. Samuel, of Bennet-Fink. Amirrour 
or looking-glasse both for saints, and sinners, held 
forth in some thousands of examples. Collected 
out of the most classique authors, both ancient 
and modern. Added a geographical description 
of the world : as also the wonders of God in na- 
ture, and the rare, and costly works made by 
man. 3d ed., enl. L., 1657. Engr. t. p. Portr. 

4°- *5440-53 

Colman, Benjamin. Some observations on the 
new method of receiving the small-pox by in- 
grafting or inoculating. B., 1721. 16°. 

No. I in **H. 97.67 

Complete collection of state-trials, and pro- 
qeedings for high-treason, and other crimes and 
misdemeanours ; from the reign of king Richard 
II to the end of the reign of king George i 
[1377-1727]. 2d ed., with great additions. L., 
1730. 6v. 4°. *7690.6 

Cooper, William. A reply to the objections 
made against the small pox in the way of inocu- 
lation, from principles of conscience. By a 
minister in Boston. B., 1730. 16°. 

No. 2 in ♦♦H. 97.67 

Cruttwell, Clement. Concordance of parallels, 
collected from Bibles and commentaries pub- 
lished in Hebrew, Latin, French, and other lan- 
guages. L., 1790. 40. *7420.i3 



BATES HALL 

Dalrymple, Johanna G. Report of the judg- 
ment delivered in the Consistorial court of Lon- 
don, i6th of July, 1811, by Sir William Scott, in 
the cause of Dalrymple the wife, against Dal- 
rymple the husband. With an appendix. By 
John Dodson. L., 181 1. 8°. *7687.i6 

Discusses the Scottish law in regard to marriage. 

Davies, Mrs. Christian. Life and adventures 
of Mrs. Christian Davies, commonlj' called 
Mother Ross; who [served] in several cam- 
paigns under King William and the late Duke 
of Marlborough. L., 1740. 8". *6544.74 

Davis, William. A second journey round the 
library of a bibliomaniac. L., 1825. 8°. ♦2192.16 

Defense de Sir Joseph Yorke, ambassadeur 
d'Angleterre. N. p., 1779. 8°. No. 2 in ***6628.54 

Dionysius Periegetes. Dionysivs Lybicvs poetu 
De sitv habitabilis orbis a Simone Lemnio poeta 
lavreato nvper Latinvs factvs. Venitiis, 1543. 
16". 4979.18 

Duch6, Jacob. Caspipina's letters; contain- 
ing observations on a variety of subjects. Writ- 
ten by a gentleman who resided some time in 
Philadelphia. Added the life and character of 
W. Penn. Dublin, 1792. 2 v. in i. 8°. *4375.77 

The life of Penn .innexed to this edition of Duch^ was 
written by Edmund Rack, and the whole work was edited 
by him. — Sab in. 

Dupin, Francois P. C, baron. Essai histo- 
rique sur les services et les travaux scicntifiques 
de Gaspard Monge. P., 1819. Portr. 4°. 3911.56 

Dying speeches. The, and behaviour of the sev- 
eral state prisoners that have been executed the 
last 300 years. With their several characters. 
Being a Supplement to the State tryals. L , 1720. 
Sm. 8°. ' *7687.I9 

Englefield, Sir Henry. [Vases from his col- 
lection, drawn and eng. by H. Moses. L. [1819, 
20.] 39 plates. Portr. 8°. ' *8o63.58 

Estienne, Henri. Traict^ de la comformit^du 
language fran^ois avec le grec. Avec vne pre- 
face remonstrant quelque partie du desordre & 
abus qui se commet auiourdhuy en I'vsage de la 
langue fran9oise. [Geneve, H. Estienne. 1565 .>] 
16°. »^*2689.i8 

The first edition, containing pass.-igcs suppressed in the 
second edition of 1569. 

Ferraris, Joseph, comte de. Carte chorogra- 
phique des Pays-Bas autrichiens. Grav^ par L. A. 
Dupuis. N. p., 1777. In 25 sheets. Scale. 1143 
toises (or 7308 ft) to i inch. L. f". *#*F.5.3 

The parts when joined would make a map 109^X146) 
inches. One of the parts is a Plan topographique de la ville 
de Bruxelles etde ses environs, on a scale of 67.6 toises (or 
432-I- feet) to 1 inch. 

Fischer, Christian A. A picture of Madrid : 
taken on the spot. Tr. from the German. L., 
i8o8. Sm. 8°. 5099-a9 

Gallesio, Giorgio. Traits du citrus. P., 1811. 
8°. 5996" 

Geddes, Alexander. Address to the public on 
the publication of the first volume of his new 
tr. of the Bible. L., 1793. 4°. No. 4 in •5411.6a 

— General answer to the queries, counsils [«Vr] 
and criticisms submitted to him since the publi- 
cation of his proposals for printing a new tr. of 
the Bible. L., 1790. 4°. No. 3 in •5411.6a 

— Letter to Rev. John Douglass, bishop of 
Centuriae. L., 1794- 4"- No. 5 in ♦5411.6a 

— Letter to the bishop of London, conUming 
queries [etc.] relative to a vernacular version of 
the Scriptures. L., 1787. 4°- No. a in ♦5411.6a 



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April, 



Geddes, Alexander, continued. 

— Prospectus of a new translation of the Bible. 
Glasgow, 1786. 4°. No. I in *54ii.62 

Geoffrey of Moyimouth. Galfredi Monumeten- 
sis historia Britonum. Ed. J. A. Giles. L., 
1844. 8°. No. I in **45i3.i3 

Gillespie, Alexander. Gleanings and remarks : 
collected at Buenos Avres, and within the upper 
country. Leeds, 1818. Map. Chart. 8". 4365.62 

Grove, Joseph. The lives of all the earls and 
dukes of Devonshire, descended from Sir W. 
Cavendish. Added, account of the High court of 
chancery. L., 1764. Portr. Sm. 8". 6544.78 

Hankin, Ralph B. Account of the public char- 
ities of the town of Bedford [England], etc. 
Bedford, 1828. 8°. , *2495.58 

Heath, Robert. Clarastella; with Poems oc- 
casional, Elegies, Epigrams, Satyrs. L., 1650. 
24°. *6563'.63 

The first three leaves are supplied, in manuscript. Con- 
tains a manuscript note by Alexander Dyce. 

Hill, Aaron. A full and just account of the 
present state of the Ottoman empire. L., 1709. 
lllus. Portr. Sm. P. *5o8o.6 

Historical and genealogical account of the Clan 
Maclean. L., 1838. Sm. 8°. *2436.57 

Honest Welch-cobler, The, for her do scorne 
to call herselfe the simple Welch-cobler: al- 
though her thinkes in all her consciences [etc.]. 
By Shinkin ap Shone, ap Griffith, ap Gearard, 
ap Shiles [etc.], all shentlemen in Wales. Pr. 
by M. Shinkin, and are to be sold at the signe of 
the Goat on the Welch Mountaine. 1647. Sm. 4". 

**H.97.69 

Home, Henry,//-. The citizen of nature, in a 
series of letters from an American Indian, in 
London, to his friend at home. L., 1823. 12°. 

6578.36 

Hunter, Joseph. Collections concerning the 
early history of the founders of New Plymouth, 
the first colonists of New England. L., 1S49. 
120. 4319-87 

Kelly, James. A complete collection of Scot- 
ish proverbs explained and made intelligible to 
the English reader. L., 1721. 8". *657ob.67 

King, Edward, viscount Kingsborough. An- 
tiquities of Mexico : comprising fac-similes of 
ancient Mexican paintings and hieroglyphics pre- 
served in the royal libraries of Paris [etc.]. With 
The monuments of New Spain, by M. Dupaix, 
lllus. by inedited manuscripts, by Lord Kings- 
borough. With drawings on stone, by A. Aglio. 
L., 1831, 48. 9 V. F°. **A.2io.5 

Vol. 1-4, Colored plates; vol. 5-9, Text. 

King's commission of the peace, etc. W^hole 
proceedings on the King's commission of the 
peace, oyer and terminer, and gaol delivery for 
the city of London, and for the county of Mid- 
dlesex, held in the Old Bailey. Taken'in short- 
hand by Joseph Gurney [etc.]. L., 1777-1825. 
24 V. 80. *7062.20 

Kingsborough. Ste King. 

Laet, Joannes de. Joannis de Laet Antwerpi- 
ani Notae ad dissertationem Hugonis Grotii de 
origine gentium Americanarum : etobservationes 
aliquot ad meliorem indaginem difficillimse illius 
quaestionis. Amstelodami, apud L. Elzevirium. 
1643. 16°. No. 2 in *44i9a.40 

" Refutes the arguments of Hugjo Grotius, who contro- 
verted the theory of the Scythian descent of the American 
Indians. On the ruins of his antagonist's theoretic struct- 
tures, Laet erected a hypothetical edifice quite as frail." — 
Field's Indian Bibliography. 



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Laet, Joannes de, continued. 

— loannis de Laet Antwerpiani Responsio ad 
dissertationem secundam Hvgonis Grotii, de 
origine gentium Americanarum. Cum indice ad 
utrumque libellum. Amstelrodami, apud L. El- 
sevirium. 1644. 16°. No. i in '"44193.40 

Laud, William. The history of the troubles 
and tryal of William Laud, lord archbishop of 
Canterbury. Wrote by himself, during his im- 
prisonment in the Tower. Prefixed the diary of 
his own life. Subjoined a supplement. L., 1695. 
Portr. Sm. f . *6540.i6 

Le Geay, Giovanni L. [Twenty-four plates, 
signed J. L. Le Geay in v. et sculps. 1768.^] 4°. 

***8o6o.22 

The plates seem to be largely from his Vasi, the engraved 
title-page of which is one of the plates. Besides this there 
are also engraved title-pages as follows : Torabeaux inven- 
tione di G. L. Le Geay architet, intagliate da lui stesso in 
luce 176S; Rovine inventione [etc.], 176S; Fontane par 
I'aqua [etc.], 1767. 

Linschoten, Jan H. van. Itinerarivm, ofle 
schip-vaert naer oost ofte Portugaels Indien [etc.] . 
Van nieus ghecorrigeert. T'Amstelredam, 1623. 
Folded maps. Sm. f'* (6). No. i in **626o.57 

Mannikintown, Va. Register containing the 
baptisms made in the church of the French refu- 
gees at Mannikintown, in 1721. N. t. p« N. p., 
n. d. Fo. *4334-50 

Marais, Mathieu. Histoire de la vie et des 
ouvrages de M. [Jean] de La Fontaine. P., 
181 1. 24°. 66493.54 

Marshman, James. Elements of Chinese 
grammar, with a dissertation on the characters, 
and the colloquial medium of the Chinese, and 
an appendix containing the Ta-Hyoh of Confu- 
cius, with a translation. Serampore, 1814. 4°. 

5021.23 

Martin, Gregory. A discovery of the manifold 
corruptions of the Holy Scriptvres by the here- 
tikes of our dales, specially the English secta- 
ries [etc.]. Rhemes, 1582. Sm. 8°. ♦6189.13 

Mather, Samuel. A funeral discourse preached 
on the occasion of the death of Frederick Lewis, 
prince of Great Britain. B., 1751. 8°. ♦♦H.97.68 

Mathieu, Abel. Devis de la langve fran<;oise, 
fort exqvis, et singvlier. Auecques vn autre 
deuis, & propos touchant la police, & les estatz. 
Faictz et composez par A. M. sieur des Mdysta- 
dieres. P., 1572. 16°. "**G.309.39 

Miller, Charles. [Receiving book for Nov., 
1775, kept by Charles Miller, commissary, at 
Cambridge, Mass.] ms. Sm. f". **G.3i.23 

Acknowledgments of the receipt of provisions from Jo- 
seph Trumbull, Commissary general, and others. 

Milton, John. Joannis Miltoni Angli Pro po- 
pulo Anglicano defensio contra Claudii anonymi, 
alias Salmasii Defensionem regiam. Ed. emen- 
datior. L., 165 1. F°. **6520.37 

Molina, Juan I. Compendio de la histori* 
geogrdfica, natural y civil del reyno de Chile, 
escrito in italiano. Primera parte traducida en 
espafiol por D. J. de Arquellada Mendoza. [Se- 
gunda parte por N. de la Cruz y Bahamonde.] 
Madrid, 1788, 95. 2 v. Portr. Folded map. 
Sm. 4». *43i8.63 

Montanus, Arnoldus (van Bergen, or van der 
Berg). Atlas Japannensis : being remarkable 
addresses by way of embassy from tlijp East-India 
company of the United Provinces to the emperor 
of Japan. Containing a description of their 
several territories, cities [etc.], with the character 
of the ancient and modern Japanners. Collected 



1882. 

Montanus, Arnoldus, continued. 
out of their several writings and journals bv 
Arnoldus Montanus. English'd and adorn'd 
with above a hundred several sculptures, by John 
Ogiiby. L., 1670. 4°. *50io.i8 

Movers, Franz C. Das Opferwesen der Kar- 
thager. Commentar zur Opfertafel von Marseille. 
Breslau. 1847. 16''. 5058.14 

Naunton, Sir Robert. The court of queen 
Elizabeth : originally written bj' Sir Robert 
Naunton, under the title of " Fragmenta regalia." 
With biographical additions, by J. Caulfield. L., 
1814. Portrs. 40. *654i.6i 

Nicolas, Sir Nicholas Harris, ed. A journal 
by one of the suite of Thomas Beckington, during 
an embassy to negociate a marriage between 
Henrj' vi and a daughter of the count of Armag- 
nac. "1442. L., 1828. 8". 4542.56 

Nieuhoff, or Neuhoff, Johan. Embassy from 
the East-India company of the United Provinces, 
to the Grand Tartar Cham emperor of China 
delivered by P. de Goyer and J. de Keyzer. 
Wherein the cities, towns, etc. in their passages 
from Canton to Peking are described by J. Nieuv- 
hoff. Also an epistle of John Adams concerning 
the whole negotiation. With an appendix of 
several remarks taken out of Athanasius Kircher. 
English'd, and set forth with their several sculpt- 
ures, by John Ogiiby. 2ded L.,1673. F". *5oio.i7 

Sec Pinkerton's Voyages, vol. 7, p. 231 [2260.13.7]. 

Nuova raccolta di cento principali vedute an- 
tiche e moderne dell' alma citta' di Roma e delle 
sue vicinanze disposte secondo il metodo dell' 
Itinerariodi Roma. Roma, 1796. 8"^, obi. *475i.5 

Nuttall, Thomas. The genera of North Ameri- 
can plants, and a catalogue of the species, to the 
year 1817. Phila., 181S. 2 v. in i. 12°. 5849.32 

Ogiiby, John, 1600-1676. Africa: being an 
accurate description of the regions of Egypt, 
Barbary, Lybia, and Billedulgerid, the land of 
negroes, Guinee [etc.]. With their customs, 
modes, and manners [etc.]. Collected and tr. 
from most authentick authors, and augmented 
with later observations. Illus. with notes, and 
adorned with peculiar maps, and proper sculpt- 
ures. L., 1670. F". •. *5070.3 

— Asia, the first part being an accurate descrip- 
tion of Persia, and the several provinces thereof. 
The vastempire of the great Mogol, and other parts 
of India : and their several kingdoms and regions : 
with the denominations and descriptions of the 
cities [etc.]. Collected and tr. from most au- 
thentick authors. Illus. with notes, and adorn'd 
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1673. Fo. * 5070.4 

drme, William. Bibliotheca biblica : a select 
list of books on sacred literature; with notices. 
Edinb., 1824. 8°. '^6185.15 

Oscar II, king of Sweden and Nortvay. On 
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7575-20 

Paulinus a Sancto Bartolomeo, Johann P. 
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Pauw, Cornells. Selections from Les re- 
cherches philosophiques sur les Am^ricains of 
M. Pauw. By Mr. W**-*. Bath, 1789. Sm. 8°. 

4466.21 



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Peacock, Thomas L. Rhododaphne: or the 
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Sm. 8«. 'esee-is 

Pemberton, Thomas. An historical journal of 
the American war, 1765-84. B., 1793. 8". *44i2.65 

Peoples, The, antient and just liberties asserted, 
in the tryal of William Penn, and William Mead, 
at the Old-Baily, Sept. [i6]7o. L., 1682. Sm. 4°. 

No. I in **H.94.38 

Peoples, The, antientand just libertiesasserted, 
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Peyr6, J. F. A. Manuel d'architecture religi- 
euse au moyen ^ge, rdsum^ de la doctrine des 
meilleurs auteurs. 2e ed., enrichie de figures 
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Pezerols, — de. La noblesse militaire et 
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par I'auteur de la Noblesse militaire. Par I'abb^ 
de **"'. Amsterdam, 1756. 24°. •6639.31 

Philip V, kitig of Spain. His Catholick 
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Philips, Miles. Voyages and adventures of 
Miles Philips, a West-country sailor. Written 
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These voyages purport to have taken place during the 
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Phillips, Charles. The lament of the Emerald 
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On the death of the Princess Charlotte Augusta, dauj^hter 
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Purchas, Samuel. A theatre of politicall fly- 
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the worth [etc.] of right-ordering of the bee i« 
discovered and described. Annexed mecjilations, 
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centuries, upon that subject. L., 1657. S*"- 4"' 

•5897.24 

Raccolta di no. 40 vedute antiche e moderne 
della citta di Roma e sue vicinanze, incise dn 
Morel, Acquaroni, Parboni, edallri celebri bulini. 
Roma, n. d. 4", obi. *4750-57 

Retz (de Rochefort), — . Fragments sur 
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Roger, Charles. A collation of the principal 
English translations of the Sacred Scriptures. 
With an historiial account ofthe English versions, 
and of the more ancient Mss. and editions. With 
memoirs of the principal translators. L., 1847. 
Plate. 4°. 54". 63 

Four versions of the Old Testament are compared, tho»e 
of John Rogers, of the bishops, the Genevan and Kln» 
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Rogers, the Roman catholic version, the Genevan, King 
James and of Gilbert Wakefield. 

Rogers, Woods. Voyage autour du monde, 
1708-1711. Trad, de I'anglois. Oil Ton a joint 
quelques pieces curieuses touchant la riviire des 
Amazones & la Guiane. Amsterdam, 1716. 2 v. 
Illus. Maps. I2». 62690.59 

The Piices curieuses are a Relation de la rlviire des Ama- 
zones, trad, par M. de Gombervillc lur foriginal e.pagnol 
du P. Christophle d'Acugna, and lournal du voyage que les 
" pdres Jean GriUet et Francois Bechamel onl faU dan» la 
Goyane en 1674. 

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Schneider, Gottlieb C. W. Das attische 
Theatervvesen. Mit einer Abbildung. Weimar, 
1S35. 16". 4969.21 

Scott, Sir Walter. The border antiquities of 
England & Scotland. [^Anon.'\ L., n. d. 2 v. 
Illus. 4°. ***457i.58 

The plates are dated from iSia to 1S16. See Bohn's 
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Several treaties of peace and commerce con- 
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Siddons, Henry. Practical ilTustrations of rhe- 
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Simon, Richard, 1638-1712. Critical en- 
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With animadversions upon a small treatise of 
Isaac Vossius, concerning the oracles of the 
sibylls ; and an answer to the objections of the 
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L., 1684. Sm. 40. **6i82.3 

Smith, John S. Mirabeau : a life-history. 
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Steinman, George S. A history of Croydon 
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Stoughton, John. Notices of Windsor, in the 
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Tennent, Gilbert. Twenty three sermons upon 
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the Scriptures, the being and attributes of God, 
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Thomas, Francis S. A history of the State 
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Traitez de paix conclus entre S. M. le roy de 
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Tucker, Josiah. The notions of Mr. Locke, 
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*556oa.5 

Vane, Charles W., marquess of Londonderry. 
A steam voyage to Constantinople, by the Rhine 
and the Danube, in 1840-41, and to Portugal, 
Spain, &c , in 1839. Annexed the author's cor- 
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Vertot d'Aubeuf, Rend A. de. The history 
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Vidal, E. E. Picturesque illustrations of 
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24 views, with descr. L., 1820. 4°. *436o.ii 

Villagutierre Sotomayor, Juan de. Ilistoria 
de la conquista de la provincia de el Itza, re- 
dvccion, y progressos de la de el Lacandon, y 
otras nacionCs de Indios barbaros, de la mediacion 
de el reyno de Gvatimala, a las provincias de 
Yvcatan. Primera parte. [ Colophon : — Madrid, 
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Voltaire, Francois M. A. de. La philosophic 
de I'histoire, par feu Mr. I'abbe Bazin [pseud.'\. 
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Whewell, William. Of induction, with es- 
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logic. L., 1849. Sm. 8«. 7608,67 

Whiter, Walter. Etymologicon universale; 
or, universal etymological dictionary: on a new 
plan. In which it is shewn that consonants are 
alone to be regarded in discovering the affinities 
of words; that languages contain the same fun- 
damental idea, and that they are derived from the 
earth, etc. With illustrations drawn from various 
languages. Camb., 1822. 2 v. 4°. ♦4951.50 

Willet, Andrew. Ecclesia trivmphans : the 
joy of the English chvrch, for the happie corona- 
tion of James, king of England. With a briefe 
exposition of the 122 P.-^alme, etc. [Anon.} 2d 
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Wills, James. Lives of illustrious and dis- 
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Yorke, Joseph, baron Dover, d. 1792. Me- 
moire present^ par M. le Chevalier Yorke am- 
bassadeur & plenipotentiaire de sa majeste le ro| 
de la Grande Bretagne a leurs hautes puissances 
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Zoepfl, Heinrich, Historical essay upon the 
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Zurlauben, Bdat F. A.J. D,, baron de La Tour 
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Abbott, Benj. V. Judge and jury. Dor. 396.6 
Abbott, Edward. Out doors at Long Look. 

A story for boys and girls. Witli illus. 1747.13 
— A trip Eastward. A book for boys and 

girls. With illus. Dor. 152.33 

Abbott, Jacob. Rollo learning to talk. 440.32 
About, Edmund (F. V.) The round of wrong. 

A romance of to-day. Tr. by L. Wraxall. 1474.3 
Another translation, under the title " Germaine," may be 

found on shelf-number 1444.6. 

Account, An, of the second re-union of the 
graduates of the Training field school, Charles- 
town, Jan. 18, 1882. {Cui from The New enter- 
prise, Jan., 1882.) Chn. 5226.21 

Adam Stwin, pseud. See Richardson, James. 

Adams, Henry C. The Winborough boys; or 
Ellerslie park. J. P. 335.15 

Adams, VV. H. Davenport. The Eastern archi- 



pelago. With illus. 

Aimard, Gustave. [Romans.] 

— L'Araucan. 

— Balle-Franche. 

— Les Bohemes de la mer. 

— La castille d'or. 

— Les chasseurs d'abeilles. 

— Les chasseurs mexicains. 

— Le cceur de pierre. 

— Curumiila. 

— L'eclaireur. 

— La fievre d'or. 

— Les fils de la tortue. 
dienne au Chili. 

— Le forestier. 

— La foret vierge. 3 v. 

Contents. — i. Fanny Dayton, 
vautour fauve. 



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Scenes de la vie in- 
2070.44 
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-3. Le desert. — 3. Le 



— Les Gambucinos. 2071.24 

— Le grand chef des Aucas. 2 v. 2070.22 

— La grande flibuste. 2071.25 

— Le Guaranis. 2070.24 

— Le lion du desert. Scfenes de la vieindienne 
dans les prairies. 2071.27 

— Le Montonero. 2070.27 
Contents, — i. Les Pincheyras. — 3. Le Montonero. 

— Les nuits mexicaines. 2071.28 

— Les outlaws du Missouri. 2071.29 

— Le roi des placferes d'or. 2070.28 

— Rosas. 2070.29 

— Sacramenta. 2070.30 

— Lesscalpeurs blancs. Le sacripant. 2071.31 

— Les Titans de la mer. 2071.32 

— Les trappeurs de I'Arkansas. 2070.31 

— Valentin Guillois. 2070.32 

— Une vendetta mexicaine. 2071.33 

— Zeno Cabral. 2071.34 



Aimard, Gustave, and Crisafulli, Henri. 
Les invisibles de Paris. [Romans.] Namely: — 

— La cigale. 2070.37 

— Les compagnons de la lune. 2070.39 

— Le comte de Warrens. 2070.40 

— Hermosa. 2071.26 

— Passe-partout. 2071.30 
Ainger, Alfred. Charles Lamb. [English 

men of letters.] 1544.50; Chn. 2616.19 

Rox. 1023.23; S. B. 68.34; S. E. 198.6 
Alcott, Louisa M. Moods. A novel. 

Dor. 415.22; J. P. 424.28; Uox. 2423.17 

S.B. 219.34; S- E. 5273' 

Alden, Isabella M. (^Pansy.) Ester Ried : asleep 

and awake. 1461.9 

— The hall in the grove. 1460.24; Chn. 2187.9 

Dor. 415.11 ; Rox. 2423.15; S. B. 275.52 

S. E. 5093 

— A new graft on the family tree. 149' -3 

Rox. 2423.14 

— What she said : and what she meant, and 
People who haven't time and can't afford it. 

Bri. 35130 

Aldrich, Thomas B. Friar Jerome's Beautiful 

book, etc. [Poems.] S. E. 59.3 

Alexander, Mrs., pseud. See Hector, Annie F. 

American almanac for 1882. Ed. by A. R. 

Spofford. Bri. 116.65 ; Chn. 1435a ; l>or. 285.2 

E. B. 79.18; J. P. R. R.,E. 7; Rox. 1728.2 

S. B. R. R. Desk, 190 ; S. E. Rcf. Lib. 34 

Amory, Martha B. The domestic and artistic 

life of J. S. Copley. Portr. Rox. 5024.13 

Argles, M. Faith and unfaith. A novel. By 

the author of "Phyllis." i44i-33; Chn. 2187.8 

Dor. 415.20; E. B. 316.25; J. P. 624.27 

Rox. 2423.13 ; S. B. 283.50; S. E. 454-26 

— Mrs Geoffrey. [Fiction.] 1416.13 ;Dor.3i9-27 

J. P. 822.17; Rox. 2317.28; S. B. 285.55 

Armand, pseud. See Strubbcrg, Friedrich A. 

Arnold, Matthew. Poems. New ed. 1897.16 

Arnold, William T. The Roman system of 
provincial administration to the accession of 
Constantine the great. E. B. 208.31 

Arrom, Cecilia Boehl de. (Fernan Ctballero.) 

Spanish fairv tales. Tr. by J. H. Ingram. IIUik. 

' 1416.16 

Artistic amusements : being instructions for a 
variety of art work for home employment [etc]. 
Illus ' 1204.24 

Auerbach, Berthold. Dichter und Kaufmann. 
Ein Lebensgemalde aus der Zeit Moses MendcU- 
sohns. 2 v. in i. 1037.4 

Auton, C, pseud. Sec Hoppm, Augustus. 

Ayres, Alfred, pseud. See Osmun, Thomas E. 

Bagehot, Walter. The English constitution, 
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Bain, Alexander. John Stuart Mill. A criti- 
cism : with recollections. I537'9 
Baker, George M. , comp. The reading club and 
hand_y speaker, No. lo. 1367.16.10; Chn. 5116.10 
J. P. 1816.13; Rox. 1538.13; S. B. 48.21 
Baker, Henry B. English actors from Shake- 
speare to Macready. 2 v. [Amateur ser.] 

S. E. 163.10 
Balch, William S. A peculiar people. 1416.15 

A story descriptive of life in Syria. 

Ballou, Maturin M., compile}-. Pearls of 

thought. Bri. 113.107; Chn. 5427.20 

J. P. 1537-7; S. B. 3946; S. E. 48.28 

Barbauld, Anna L. Works. With a memoir, 
by Lucy Aikin. 2 v. Rox. 5634.7 

Barbour, George M. Florida for tourists, in- 
valids, and settlers. With map and illus. 

J. P. 1334- 18 

Baring-Gould, Sabine. The book of were- 
wolves. ' S. E. 104.15 

— Germany present and past. Dor. 386.16 
Barrett, William A. English church composers. 

[Great musicians.] Rox. 6235.8 

Barry, Edward M. Lectures on architecture 
delivered at the Royal academy. With illus. 

Rox. 6221.12 

Barth, A. The religions of India. Tr. by J- 

Wood. [The English and foreign philosophical 

library.] Rox. 7383.9 

Beale, Anne. Gladys, the reaper. [Fiction.] 

Dor. 415.5 
Beale, Lionel S. On slight ailments. 1172.19 

E. B. 35 23 
Beard, George M. A practical treatise on ner- 
vous exhaustion (neurasthenia). 162.19 

— Practical treatise on sea-sickness. 1172.18 
Bekker, Immanuel, ed. Scholia i.: !l vneri II- 

iadem. ItO.v. 61 10.4 

Benjamin, Samuel G. W. The multitudinous 
seas. [Appletons' New Handy-volume ser.] 

S. B. 319-54 

Benner, Samuel. Prophecies of future ups 
and downs in prices. 130.23 

Bersier, Eugene. Saint Paul's vision and other 
sermons. Trans, by Marie Stewart, Rox. 7384.13 

Besant, Walter, and Rice, James. The chap- 
lain of the Fleet. A novel. S. B. 232.80 

— Sir Richard Whittington, Lord mayor of 
London. [New Plutarch.] Dor, 77.43 

— When the ship comes home. [Fiction.] 

S. E. 469-13 

Bible. Ecclesia«tes ; or, the preacher, with 

notes, by E. H. Plumptre. Rox. 7382.19 

— St. Paul's Epistle to the Gaiatians. A re- 
vised text with notes. By J. B. Lightfoot. 

Rox. 7382.20 
Bikelas, D. Loukis Laras. Reminiscences of 
a Chiote merchant during the Greek war of in- 
dependence. S. E. 273.6 
Bird, Frederick S. The land of dykes and 
windmills [Holland]. Rox. 7364.19 
Bitzius, Albert. {Jeremias Gotthelf.) Uli. 
Eine Erzahlung. 1034.13 
Black, William. The beautiful wretch. 1416.12 
Dor. 319.28 ; J. P. 822.16 
Rox. 2317.29; S. B. 280.34 

— The four MacNicols. [Juvenile.] With 
illus. 5147; Dor. 258.2; Rox. 1138.27 

S. B. 119.55 

Blackie, John S. Greek and English dialogues. 

New ed. Rox. 6116.32 



Blackmore, Richard D. Christowell : a Dart- 
moor tale. Dor. 324.49 

Blaine, James G. Eulogy on J. A. Garfield. 
Portr. Rox. 5037.6 

Bonomi, Joseph. Egypt, Nubia, and Ethiopia. 
Illus. by photog. Rox. 7366.14 

Bosco, Giovanni. A compendium of Italian 
history from the fall of the Roman empire. Tr. 
and completed by J. D. Morell. Rox. *5520.4 

Boston. City council. Memorial of J. A. 

Garfield, from the city of Boston. [Eulogy by 

N. P. Banks ] Portr. Bri. 117. 152; Chn. 2742.9 

Dor. 274.4; E. B. 211. 7; J. P. 1131.7 

Rox. 1010.9 ; S. B. 151.42; S. E. 170.19 

— Record commissioners. A report containing 
the Boston records from 1660-1701. Bri. 176. 131 

Chn. 2738.8; Dor. 202.14; E. B. 201.9.7 
J. P. 923-"; S. B. 202.13; S. E. 238.9 
Bowne, Borden P. Metaphysics. 

Dor. 394-4; Rox. 5834-17 

Brewer, Ebenezer C. Dictionary of phrase 
and fable. 13th ed. Added, a bibliography of 
English literature. E. B. R.R., E.14 

Brewer, John S. English studies or essays in 
English history and literature. Rox. 7315.7 

Contents. — Memoir; The Psalini.st of Israel; New 
sources of English historj-; Green's Short history of the 
English people; Hatfield house ; The Stuarts; Shakspeare; 
The study of Shakspeare; The royal supremacy; Passages 
from the life of Erasmus; The study of history; The study 
of English history; On ancient London. 

Brief history. A, of ancient peoples. Illus. 

[Barnes's One term ser.] Dor. 384.23 

Brine, Marv D. Grandma's attic treasures. 

[Poem.] Illus. - J.P. 1812.2 ; S.B. 252.13 

Brook, Sarah. French history for English 

children. Rev. by G. C Eggleston. 

Chn. 436.6; E.B. 495.2 
S.B. 59.40; S.E. 261.3 
Brown, John, j1/.Z>. John Leech. Illus. 

Rox. 7327.1 
Brown, Robert, ed. Science for all. Vol. 5. 
[Index, V. 1-5.] Illus. i4i-5 

Bri. 127.87; E.B. 481. 1 
Browne, Sir Thomas. Religio medici, letter 
to a friend, etc. And Christian morals. [Golden 
treasury ser.] Rox. 5828.13 

Browning, Oscar. An introduction to the his- 
tory of educational theories. 130.22 
Bryce, James. The Holy Roman empire. 

E.B. 355 3 

— Transcaucasia and Ararat : notes ot a tour 
in 1S76. S.B. 366.11 

Buchanan, Robert. God and the man, a 
romance. Dor. 324.51 

Buchheim, Charles A. Modern German 
reader. Prose extracts from modern German 
writers. Part i. Rox. 2026.9 

Buckley, Arabella B Life and her children. 
Glimpses of animal life from the amoeba to the 
insects. S. E. 125.23 

Bulfinch, Thomas. The age of fable ; or, 
beauties of mythology. New and illus. ed. by E. 
E. Hale. 1082.9 

Bulwer-Lytton, Edward R. L., lord Lytton. 
{Oxi-cn Meredith.) Lucile. Illus. S.E.' 62.26 

Burke, S. J. For Mack's sake. QJuvenile.] 

J. P. 233.14 

Burton, John H. The Scot abroad. 

Rox. 827.10 

Burton, Richard F., ed. Camoens : his life 
and his Lusiads. 2 v. S. E. 70.10 



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Butler, Samuel. Hudibras. With notes and 
memoir by T. R. Nash. Portrs. Dor. 116.40 

Butler, Samuel. Alps and sanctuaries of Pied- 
mont and the canton Ticino. Illus. Rox. 5514.10 

Byron, George G. N., bth baron. Poetry of 
Byron, chosen and arranged by Matthew Arnold. 
[Golden treasury ser.] 1353.2 

Caballero, Fernan, pseud. See Arrom, Cecilia 
B. de. 

Calkins, Norman A. Manual of object-teach- 
ing. S. E. 109.8 

Camoens, Luis de. Os Lusiadas (The Lusiads) : 
Englished by R. F. Burton. 2 v. S. E. 70.11 

— See Burton, R. F. 

Carleton, Fanny E. (^Notelrac.') Operas: 
their writers and their plots. 1366.26 

Carleton, William. Valentine M'Clutchy, the 
Irish agent. [Fiction.] S. B. 247.39 

Carraud, Zulma T. Trdsor de contes el^men- 
taires. With vocab. Rox. 2014.5 

Carroll, 'L.t.w'x^^fseud. 5eeDodgson, Charles L. 

Chamberlain, Joseph. The French treaty and 
reciprocity. A speech. [Cobden club publ.] 

Clin. 5118.34 

Champlin, John D., jr. The j'oung folks' 
cyclopajdia of common things. With illus. 

1196.14; E. B. R.R.,E.i6.i 

— The little cyclopaedia of common things. 
Ed. by Sir G. W. Cox, bart. With illus. 2d ed. 

R.R., A.15; iig6.i6 
This book is, with the exception of a few additions, the 
same as the preceding-. 

— The voung folks' cyclopaedia of persons and 
places. With illus. E. B. R.R., E.16.3 

— Young folks' history of the war for the 
Union. Illus. E. B. 495.1 ; Rox. R.R., H.5.16 

Charles, Elizabeth. The Bertram family. 
[Schdnberg-Cotta ser.] J. P. 535.29 

Chase, Frank E., and Goodridge, James F. 
Ballads in black. A series of original shadow 
pantomimes. Ballads by F. E. Chase. Illus. by 
J. F. Goodridge. ' 1364.5 

Chatterbox. [1880.] Illus. 1842.15 

Chaucer, Geoffre\'. The Canterbury tales. 
Condensed. New [Globe] ed. Dor. 117.39 

Church, Richard W. Dante. An essay. Added, 
a transl. of De Monarchia, by F". J. Church. 

Rox. 6114.15 

Clarke, Asia B. The elder and the younger 

Booth. [American actor ser.] Dor. 376.21 

J. P. 1115.10; S. E. 176.31 

Clarke, James Freeman. Events and epochs in 
religious history : lectures in the Lowell institute, 
1880. Illus. E. B. 363-36 

Clemens, Samuel L. {Mark T-Maiu.) The 

prince and the pauper: a tale for young people 

of all ages. With illus. Bri. 26.103 

Dor. 256.22; E. B. 296.38; J. P. 432.11 

Rox. 7412.8; S. B. 132.10; S. E. 633.9 

One of the characters in this entirely imaginary tale is 
Edward vi. 

Clement, Clara E. Eleanor Maitland. A 
novel. S. E. 458.15 

Clough, J. E. From darkness to light : a story 
of the Telugu awakening. 2101.17 

Cochrane, Robert. Earnest lives. 1547'7 

Contents. — Lucy Hutchinson; I.ady Rachel Russell; 
Frederick Perthes; Robert Moffat; Janet Hamilton; Sir 
David Brewster; Charles Knight. 

— Great orators, statesmen and divines. 1547.8 
Coffin, Charles C. The boys of '61. 

273.6 ; J. P. 914-a 
Same as Four years of fighting. 



Coffin, Charles C, continued. 

— The life of J. A. Garfield. With a sketch 
of C. A. Arthur. Illus. J. p. 1114.3 

Collection, A, of authentic papers, relative to 
the dispute between Great Britain and America, 
shewing the causes, from 1764-1775. L., 1777. 

Chn. 1036.10 

Known as Alraon's Prior documents. 

Collier, William F. The great events of his- 
tory, from the beginning of the Christian era. 
^, 910.23; E. B. 357.8 

— The history of England: with a sketch of 
our Indian and colonial empire. E. B. 186.3 

— A history of English literature, in bio- 
graphical sketches. S. E. 156.19 

Conflicts, The, of the age. J, P, 1612.1 

Contents. — An advertisement for a new relij^ion, by an 
evolutionist. The confession of an agnostic, by an aKnostic. 
What morality have we left? by a new light moralist. Re- 
view of the fiK''ti by a Yankee farmer. 

Republished from the North American review. 

Conway, Moncure D. The wandering Jew. 
[Study of the legend.] Dor. 415.19 ; J. P. 1614.3 

Conwell, Russell H. The life, speeches, and 
public services of J. A. Garfield. Including an 
account of his assassination [etc.]. J. P. 1115.9 

Cook, Dutton. Doubleday's children. [Fic- 
tion.] S. E. 445.17 

Cooke, Josiah P. Scientific culture, and other 
essays. 1144.18 

Cooke, M. C Freaks and marvels of plant 
life. Illus. 140.13 

— Ponds and ditches. 140.13 
Cornish, Francis W. Life of Oliver Crom- 
well. [Historical biographies.] Rox. 5428.29 

Cory, Charles B. (^Owen Nox.) Southern 
rambles. Illus. S. E. 331.10 

Craik, Georgiana M. Sydney. A novel. 

Dor. 324.48 

Crawfurd, Oswald J. F. Portugal old and new. 

S. E. 363-22 

Cross, John K. Imports, exports, and the 
French treaty. A speech in the House of com- 
mons, i2th August, 1881. [Cobden club publ.] 

Chn. 5118.34 

Cubitt, George. Columbus ; or, the discoverer 
of America. Illus. 1537.*0 

Cumming, Constance F. G. At home in Fiji. 
With illus. 1691.9; Dor. 426.14; Rox. 7364.20 

Cummings, William H. [Henry] Purccll. 
[Great musicians.] 1548.30 

Cushing, Luther S. Manual of parliamentary 
practice. Chn. 3024.110 

"Daisy Eyebright," pseud. A manual of eti- 
quette. [Putnam's Handy-book ser.] 134.26 

Dannenberg,Georg. {Goto liaimund.) Gcsucht 
und gefunden. Erzahlung. 2031.5 

— Verwaist. Roman. 2031^ 

— Zwei Braute. Roman. 2031.1 

— Zwei Menschenalter. Roman. 203X.3 

— Zweimal vermjihlt. Roman. . 2031.2 
Darwin, Charles R. The formation of vege- 
table mould, through the action of worms. 

Chn. 3827.12 
Davids, Thomas W. Rhys. Lectures on the 
origin and growth of religion as illustrated by 
some points in the history of Indian Buddhism. 
[The Hibbert lectures, 18S1.] Rox. 7382.18 

Davidson, Ellis A. Pretty arts for the employ- 
ment of leisure hours. , S. E. i40-9 
De Amicis, Edmondo. CoMtantinople. Ir. 
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De Amicis, Edmondo, continued. 

— Holland and its people. Tr. by Caroline 
Tilton. Illus. J. P. 1434.10 

— Morocco ; its people and places. Tr. bv C. 
Rollin-Tilton. Illus. 1669.25 

Rox. 7364.16; S. B. 362.10 

— Studies of Paris. Tr. J. P. 1416.16 

Contains a chapter on the exposition of 1878, also sketches 
of Hugo and Zola. 

Deane, Margery, fseud. See Pitman, Marie J. 
Diaz, Abby M. Polly Cologne. Dor. 258.3 
Dickens, Charles. Letters. Ed. by his sister- 
in-law and his eldest daughter. Vol. 3. 1836- 
1870. N.Y. Dor. 377.5 

— Same. Lpz. Vol. 4. 1836-1870. 1548.17 

Dor. 378.3; J. P. 824.25; Rox. 1028.14 
S. B. 69.36 
Diman, J. Lewis. Orations and essays : with 
sermons. Portr. Clin. 5435.19; S. B. 355.2 

Dodgson, Charles L. {Le-wts Carroll.) Alice's 
adventures in Wonderland, and Through the 
looking-glass. With illus. 5I-48 

Donnelly, Ignatius. Atlantis : the antedilu- 
vian world. Illus. Rox. 1724.10; S.E. 124.15 
Dore, (P.) Gustave, and Jerrold, (W.) Blan- 
chard. London. A pilgrimage. Illus. 

Rox. R.R. Desk 
Fifty plates, withoat the text. 

Dorothy : a country story in elegiac verse. 

Dor, 116.41; Rox. 5637.22 

Attributed to Arthur J. Munby. 

Doubleday, Abner. Chancellorsville and Get- 
tysburg. [Campaigns of the Civil war.] 220.7 
Ohn. 2876.3; Dor. 38427; J. ?• 92519 
Rox. 5036.16; S. B. 158.40 
Douglas, Amanda M. There's no place like 
home. [Fiction.] Illus. 1454.10 

Identical with " The old woman who lived in a shoe." 
1764.11. 

Douglas, Lady Gertrude. Linked lives. [Fic- 
tion.] S. E. 451.20 

Drake, Samuel A. The heart of the White 
mountains. Illus. by W. H. Gibson. J. P. 1331.3 

Draper, John W. History of the intellectual 
development of Europe. 2 v. S. E. 86.9 

Duff, C. P., W. H., and R. P. Book-keeping 
by single and double entry. 130.21 

Duffield, Mrs. William. The art of flower 
painting. With illus. by Dalziel. [Putnam's 
Art hand-books.] Dor. 358.39 

Duffy, Sir Charles G. Young Ireland. 1840- 
1850. E. B. 355-5 

Dulles, John W. The ride through Palestine. 
Illus. S. E. 376.3 

Duncan, Thomas C. How to be plump. 

1173-28 

Duncan, William, ed. Clavis Homerica. Ed. 
nova. Rox. 61 10.5 

Dyer, Sidney. Great wonders in little things. 
[Natural history.] Illus. 1172.8 

— Home and abroad ; or, the wonders of famil- 
iar objects. Illus. 1172.7 

Ebers, Georg (M.) The burgomaster's wife. 
A romance. From the German by Mary J. Saf- 
ford. 1461.13; Chn. 2178.29; Rox. 2416.10 

S. B. 285.31 

The scene is laid in the Netherlands in 1574. 

Edgar, John G. History for boys : or, annals 

of the nations of modern Europe. Dor. 269.6 

Edwards, Joseph F. Malaria. E. B* 159.34 



Eginhard, 770-840. Life of Charlemagne. 
Tr. from the "Monumenta Germanise," by S. E. 
Turner. Bri. 51.119 

Elliot, Frances. The diary of an idle woman 
in Sicily. 2 v. Rox. 7364.21 

Elliott, Charles W. Pottery and porcelain from 
early times to 1876. With illus. J. P. 2322.7 

Ellis, Arthur B. History of the First church 
in Boston, 1630-1880. S. E. 240.13 

Emerson, George R. W. E. Gladstone. A 
biography. Portr. Rox. 7373.4; S. E. 188.3 

Encyclopaedia Britannica. 9th ed. Vol. 13. 
Inf -Kant. Chn. 713.1 ; Rox. R.R.,G. 4.2 

Englaender, S. The abolition of the state. 

Rox. 1535-25 

Ernst, Louis. Complete Spanish course, in ac- 
cordance with the Robertsonian system. 2049.13 

Evans, Warren F. The mental-cure. 

Chn. 5233-25 

Everett, William. School sermons preached 
to the boys at Adams academy, Qiiincy, Mass. 

120.11;' Bri. 134.136; Dor. 398.9; J. P. i6i6.a 

Ewing, Juliana H. Jan of the windmill. A 
story. S. E. 654.32 

— Mrs. Overtheway's remembrances. [Juve- 
nile.] S.E. 654.33 

Fairbanks, Lorenzo S. The laws of Massa- 
chusetts relative to marriage and divorce. 

Rox. 6317.4 

Farquharson, Martha, pseud. See Finley, 
Martha. 

Farrar, Charles S. History of sculpture, paint- 
ing, and architecture. Topical lessons, with spe- 
cific references to valuable books. Bri. 116.67 

Rox. R.R., H. 5.15 

Farrar, Frederick W. Mercy and judgment: 
on Christian eschatology with reference to Pusey's 
*' What is of faith } " 2101.18 

Fay, Amy. Music-study in Germany. 

Rox. 437-14 

Fenn, George M. The vicar's people. [Fic- 
tion.] J. P. 626.14 

Ferris, George T. The great Italian and 
French composers. S. E. 141.27 

— The great violinists and pianists. 1549.43 

S. E. 141-28 

Field, John E. The apostolic liturgy and the 

Epistle to the Hebrews. Rox. 7384.14 

Fields, James T. Biographical notes and 

sketches with impublished fragments and tributes. 

Chn. 2882.4; Bor. 371.9; J. P. 1113.16 

Rox. 1032.8 

Financial reform almanack. The, for 1882. 

Bri. 117.153; Chn, 5213.15; Dor. 343.2 
Rox. 1730.4; S. B. 202.45 
Finlay, Hugh. Journal kept by Hugh Finlay, 
surveyor of the post roads of North America, 
during his survey of the post otfices between 
Falmouth and Casco bay, and Savannah in 
Georgia. Sept., 1773-June, 1774. Brooklyn, 
1867. Chn. 2822.8 

Finley, Martha. {Martha Farquharson.) 
Mildred and Elsie. Illus. 1417.5; Dor. 415.8 
Fisher, Frances C. (^Christian Reid.) Mor- 
ton house. A novel. S. E, 495.4a 

— Nina's atonement, and [six] other stories. 

S, E, 495-43 

Fitzgerald, Percy. The world behind the 

scenes. [Theatrical sketches.] 1365.20 

Flanders, George T. Christ or Buddha? A 

review of Arnold's "The Light of Asia." 

Dor. 395'8 



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Fleay, Frederick G. Guide to Chaucer and 
Spenser. 1314-2 

— Introduction to Shakesperian study. 1392.23 

— Shakespeare manual. 1392.22 
Fleming, Maj A. A changed heart. A novel. 

Dor. 415.4 

Floredice, W. H. Memories of a month among 
the Mere Irish. Dor, 427.22 

Description of the county of Donegal. 

Foote, Henry W. Annals of King's chapel 
[Boston]. In 2 v. Vol. i. Illus. Rox. 5024.12 

Force, Manning F. From Fort Henry to 
Corinth. [Campaigns of the Civil war.] 

J. P. 92515; Rox. 5036.12 

Force, Peter, ed. Tracts and other papers, re- 
lating to the origin, settlement, and progress of 
the colonies in North America, to 1776. 4 v. 

Chn. 1012.12 

Forest and stream. The American sports- 
man's journal. Vol. 8-16. 1877-81. Chn. 1312.1 

l^'oster, John W. Pre-historic races of the 
United States. Illus. S. E. 124.14 

Foster, Vere. Drawing copy book. 5 v. in i. 

1203.17 

Fothergill, Jessie. Kith and kin. A novel. 

1417.8; Dor. 417.32; J. P. 822.18 
Rox. 2318.27; S. B. 285.4; S. E. 417.29 

Fowle, Thomas W. The poor law. [The Eng- 
lish citizen.] Rox. 7316.2 

Fox, Caroline. Memories of old friends, being 
extracts from [her] journals and letters, from 
1835 to 1871. 1532.3 ; Dor. 376.22 ; Rox. 7326.12 

Francis, Francis. A book on angling. With 
plates. Chn. 5216.23 

Francis, Laura. Madge Marland : an every- 
day girl. Dor. 415.6 

Fraser, Alexander C. [Bishop] Berkeley. 
[Philos. classics for English readers.] Rox. 7335.5 

Freeman, Edward A. Sketches from the sub- 
ject and neighbour lands of Venice. 1667.29 

— The Turks in Europe. S. E. 274.29 
Freeman, Frederick. The history of Cape Cod. 

2 V. Portrs. Rox. 5221.6 

Frost, Sarah A. Original letter-writer. Added 
a table of synonyms. 180.128 

Froude, James A. Caesar : a sketch. Illus. 

S. E. 222.3 

Fuller, Albert W. Artistic homes. With illus. 
and explanations. Bri. 128.66 

FuUerton, Z^tr r/y Georgiana C. (L. G.) A will 

and a way, and The handkerchief at the window. 

1478.19; Dor. 319.26; J. P. 822.15 

Rox. 2318.25; S. B. 285.52 

Fustel de Coulanges, Numa D. The ancient 
city : a study of Greece and Rome. Tr. by W. 
Small. Chn. 2876.2 

Fyffe, Charles A. A history of modern Europe. 
Vol. I. 1792-1814. With maps. E. B. 355.6 

Gannett, William C. A year of miracle. A 
poem in four sermons. Rox. 7387.4 

Gardiner, Samuel R. English history for 
young folks. Illus. E. B. 495.3 

— The fall of the monarchy of Charles i. 
Vol. I, 2. 1637-42. Folded map. Rox. 7315.9 

Garfield, James A. The poets' tributes to Gar- 
field. With portr. and biog. 

Rox. 1625.29; S. B. 257.41 
Geikie, Archibald. Elementary lessons in phys- 
ical geography. J. P. 1937.7 
Geldart, Edmund M. The modern Greek lan- 
guage in its relation to ancient Greek. 

Rox. 61x6.33 



Gibb,John. Gudrun and other stories. From 
the epics of the middle ages. With illus. 

1461.14; S. E. 46.10 

C«>«/<r«/5. — Gudrun ; Hild.i; Wild Hat^en: Beowulf- The 
death of Roland; Walter and Hildejfund. 

Gibson, W. Hamilton. Camp life in the 
woods and the tricks of trapping. Rox, 1727.4 

Gilder, Richard W. The poet and his master, 
and other poems. Rox. 5637.31 

Gilder, William H. Schwatka's search : sledg- 
ing in the Arctic in quest of the Franklin records. 
With illus. Bri. 57.95; Chn. 2345.8; Rox. 431.12 

Gilmore, Joseph H. The intermediate speaker. 

1393.2a 

Giraud, J. P.,yr. The birds of Long Island. 
N. Y., 1844. Chn. 934-4 

Goethe, Johann W. von. Briefe an die Grafin 
Auguste zu Stolberg. Rox. 5733.18 

— Hermann and Dorothea. Tr. by Ellen 
Frothingham. With illus. S. E.71.5 

-^ Der junge Goethe. Seine Briefe und Dich- 
tungen von 1764-1776. 3 v. Rox. 5732.10 

Gore, Catherine G. F. The story of a royal 
favourite. 3 v. 79S.i8 

Gotthelf, Jeremias, pseud. See Bitzius, Albert. 

Goubaud, Madame Adolphe. Crochet instruc- 
tions. Illus. S. E. 109.13 

Grace, A. F. A course of lessons in landscape 
painting in oils. With reproductions in colour 
after Turner, Constable, etc. Rox. •6230.15 

Grant, James. The royal regiment and [five] 
other novelettes. 1804.19 

Grant, Maria M. One May day. A novel. 

Dor. 3 24 50 

Granville, J. Mortimer. How to make the best 
of life. Dor. 398.8 

— The secret of a clear head. Dor. 398.10 
Green, John R. The making of England. 

With maps. 981.5; Chn. 2882.3; J« P« X012.7 

Rox. 7315.8; S. E. 254.13 
Up to the union of England under Ecgbehrt [a.d. 819]. 

— ed. Readings from English history. 

Rox. 827.11 
Green, Samuel A. Two chapters in the early his- 
tory of Groton, Mass. Chn. 2644.25 ; Rox. 7012.22 
Green, Samuel G. French pictures drawn with 
pen and pencil. With illus. 1878. Dor. 426.15 

— Pictures from Bible lands drawn with pen 
and pencil. Illus. [1879.] Dor. 426.16 

Grimm, Jacob L. C. and Wilhelm C. Ger- 
man popular stories. With illus. after designs 
of G. Cruikshank. Rox. 2422.9 

Griswold, William McC Eclectic magazine. 
A general index to vol. 1-96, and to vol. 37-148 
of " The Living age." Chn. 3222.x ; Rox. 13x4.4 

— The Nation. General index. Vol. 1-30. 

Chn. 3321.x; Rox. 1312.2 

— ed. The Q^ P. Index annual for 1881. An 
index to the International review. The Popular 
science. The Century, Lippincott's, The Nation, 
The Atlantic, The Living age. Harpers, and the 
Eclectic for i88o-8i. Bri. 105.90; Chn. 332X.i 

Gross, Joseph B. The belief in immortality on 
purely logical principles. S. E. 97-** 

Grossi.Tommaso. Marco Visconti. [Fiction.] 
2d ed. Tr. by A. F. D. Rox. 74X2.XO 

Guest, M[ontague?J T. J. Lectures on the 
history of England. E. B. 355-4 

Gustafson, Zadel B. Genevieve Ward. A 
biog. sketch. X540.42 ; Box XOX7.8 

Guthrie, Frederick. The first book of knowl- 
edge. [Industrial arte.] X90.6X ; Box. 6417-7 



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Hale, Lucretia P., compiler. The art of knit- 
ting. Illus. S. E. 109.14 

— ed. Designs in outline for art needlework. 
1st ser. Folded plates. S. E. 109.15 

Hall, Eugene J. Ljrics of home-land. 341.16 
Hall, Granville S. Aspects of German culture. 

S. E.43.3 

Hamerling, Robert. Aspasia : a romance of 
art and love in ancient Hellas. From the Ger- 
man by M. J. Saffbrd. 2 v. 1461.12; Bri. 33.111; 
Dor. 415-17; J. P. 527-28; S. E. 561.7 

Hanaford, Phebe A. The life of George Pea- 
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Hardy, Marj (M.), /a^fy. Through cities and 
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By Lady DufFus Hardy. 1641.21 ; Dor. 426.13 

Hardy, Thomas. A Laodicean. [Leisure 
hour ser.] J. P. 418.10 

Hargreaves, William. Alcohol and science. 

1172.20 

Harkness, Albert. A practical introd. to Latin 
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Harris, Amanda B., ed. Little folks' every day 
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Harris, Joel C. Uncle Remus. The folk-lore 
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Harrison, Constance C Woman's handiwork 
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Harrison, J. E. Myths of the Odyssey. Illus. 

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Hassard, John R. G. A Pickwickian pilgrim- 
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Hassaurek, Frederick. Four years among 

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Dor. 123.32 ; S. E. 346-6 

Hatton, 5/V Christopher. Memoirs. Including 
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HaufT, Wilhelm. Longnose the dwarf, and 
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The contents agree witli those of " Little Mook and other 
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Havergal, Frances R. Poems ; with sketch of 
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— Swiss letters and Alpine poems. Ed. by 
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Hawthorne, Nathaniel. A wonder-book for 
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Haydn, Joseph. Dictionary of dates and use- 
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Hays, Mrs. W. J. The princess Idleways. A 
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Hazard, Ebenezer. Historical collections; con- 
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J. P. 418.11; Rox. 2423.18; S. B. 238.43 

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Her picture. [No name ser.] Clin. 2187.13 

Dor. 415.26 ; Rox. 2414.6 ; S. B. 2403.29 

S. E. 419.22 

Herbert Wendall : a tale of the Revolution. 
N. Y., 1835. 2 v. Cliii. 1726.19 

Herodotus. The story of the Persian war 
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Rox. 6114.13 

Hickcox, John H. A history of the bills of 
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Higginson, Thomas W. Common sense about 
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Hillebrand, Carl. France and the French in 
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Rox. 7332.8 

Hinsdale, Burke A. President Garfield and 
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Hinton, James. Chapters on the art of think- 
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— Life in nature. Illus. Rox. 5825.20 

— Philosophy and religion. Ed. by Caroline 
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— The place of the physician. With other 
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Hodgkin, Thomas. Italy and her invaders, 
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Hodgson, William B. Errors in the use of 
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Hofmann, Carl. A practical treatise on the man- 
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Holt, Emily S. Joyce Morrell's harvest. A sto- 
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Hoppin, James M. Homiletics. Rox. 5834.16 

Horatius Flaccus, Qiiintus. The works of 
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Houghton, William. Walks of a naturalist 
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Hugo, Victor (M.), comte. Theatre com- 
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Lucrice Borgia; Marie Tudor; L;i Esmeralda; Le roi 
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Huidekoper, Frederic. Judaism at Rome. 
B.C. 76 to AD. 140. Rox. 6337.13 

Hunt, Leigh. Stories from the Italian poets. 

J. P. 1614.5 

Hunt, Lucy B. Hand-book of light gymnas- 
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Hutchinson, Ellen M. Songs and lyrics. 

S. B. 250.40 

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Inchbald, Elizabeth. Memoirs. Added, The 
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Industrial progress in gold mining. Review 
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Ingelow, Jean. Songs of seven. Dor. 115. i 

Ingraham, Joseph H. Not "A fool's errand." 

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Keane, John F. Six months in Meccah : an 
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Lansdell, Henry. Through Siberia. With illus. 
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Lathrop, George P. In the distance. A novel. 

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J. P. 626.15; Rox. 2424.3 

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McCaskey, J. P., comp. Franklin square song 
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Macleod, Henry D. The elements of eco- 
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Magazine, The, of art. Vol. 4. Illus. 

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Manners and tone of good society. By a mem- 
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Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix. Lieder ohne 
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Molesworth, Mrs. The adventures of Herr 
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Morison, James A. C. The life and times of 

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With fac-similes of the signatures of the contemporary 
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Motley, John. The life of Richard Cobden. 
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Mottis, William. Hopes and fears for art. 

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Mulhall, Michael G. Balance-sheet of the 
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Mundt, Theodor. Carmela ; oder, die Wieder- 
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New England historic genealogical society. 
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New Hampshite historical society. Collec- 
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Phillimore, Lucy. Sir Christopher Wren, his 
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Pitman, Benn. The manual of phonography. 

Dor. 398.5 

— The phrase book. [Phonographic] 

Dor. 398.11 

— The reporter's companion. [Phonographic] 

Dor. 398- » a 
Pitman, Emma R. Mission life in Greece and 
Palestine. Memorialsof Mary B. Baldwin. 1695.27 
Pitman, Isaac The phonographic reporter. 

Dor. 359- 1 
Pitman, Marie J. {Margery Deane.) Euro- 
pean breezes. Chn. 2337.2; Dor. 427-23 
^ S. E. 35»-«5 
Pittenger, William. Capturing a locomotive : 
a history of secret service in the late war. 

^ J. P. 915-5 

Prane. Louis. Prang's Standard alphabet*. 

* Rox. i5»o-5 

Prescott, George B. The speaking telephone. 

electric light, and other recent electrical mvcn- 

tions '• ^* ""•* 

Proctor, Richard A. Easy sUr lessons. XX44.X9 

— Half-hours with the stars. Dor. 39»-" 
Proteus, pseud. The love sonnets of Proteus. 

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Putnam, John P. The open fire-place in all 
ages. Illus. Rox. 6223.9 

Quackenbos, John D. Illustrated school his- 
tory of the world. J. P. 1036.2 

Quinby, M. New bee-keeping. Illus. 1177.36 

Rae, William F. Newfoundland to Manitoba, 
through Canada's provinces. With maps and 
illus. S. E. 326.11 

Raimund, Golo, pseud. See Dannenberg, 
Georg. 

Ramsey, Albert C, ed. The other side: or 
notes for the history of the war between Mexico 
and the United States. Tr. from the Spanish. 
N. Y., 1850. Chii. 1026.10 

Rand, Edward A. All aboard for sunrise lands. 

A trip through California, across the Pacific to 

Japan, China and Australia. Illus. Dor. 256.23 

S. B. 173-10; S. E. 650.27 

Randall-Diehl, Anna, ed. Carleton's Popular 
readings. 2d ser. 1396.10 

Rannie, David W. Historical outline of the 
English constitution, for beginners. Rox. 627.6 

Rawlinson, George. History of ancient Egypt. 
2 V. Illus. Rox. 7366.16 

— The sixth great oriental monarch v [Par- 
thia]. Illus. Rox." 7366.18 

Reade, Charles, and Boucicault, Dion. Foul 
play. A novel. , Dor. 415.12 

Reclus, (J. J.) Elisee. The history of a moun- 
tain. Tr. from the French. S. B. 319.55 

Records of the past. [Ed. by S. Birch.] Vol. 
II, 12. Rox. R.R., H.5.2 

Contents. — 11. Assyrian texts. — 12. Egyptian texts. 

Rees, Janet E. R. Home decoration : art 
needle-work; painting on silk [etc.]. [Apple- 
tons' Home books.] E. B. 382.19 

Reid, Christian, pseud. See Fisher, Frances C. 

Renouf, Peter Le P. The origin and growth 
of religion as illustrated by the religion of ancient 
Egypt. [Hibbert lectures, 1879.] S. B. 296.31 

Republican or democrat .-• A retrospect, x88o. 

Bri. 101.136 

Richardson, James. {Adam Sicviu.) Eyes 
right. A bachelor's talks with his boys. 

Rox. 1112.12 

Rickman, Thomas. The attempt to discrimi- 
nate the styles of architecture in England, from 
the conquest to the reformation : with a sketch 
of the Grecian and Roman orders [etc.]. L., 
1848. Illus. Chn. 934.1 

Roads, Samuel, y>. The history and traditions 
of Marblehead. J. P. 913.23 

Robinson, Harriet H. Massachusetts in the 
woman suifrage movement. S. E. 111.20 

Robinson, Jane. Mauleverer's divorce : a story 
of woman's wrongs. By the author of " White- 
friars." 1779-39 

Robinson, William S. Warrington's [parlia- 
mentary] manual. Dor. 199.57 

Ropes, John C. The army under Pope. [Cam- 
paigns of the Civil war.] Dor. 384.25 
J. P. 925.17; Rox. 5036.14 

Ross, Owen C. D. Air as fuel : or, petroleum 
and other mineral oils utilized by carburetting 
air. 190.62 

Rossetti, Dante G. Ballads and sonnets. 

S. E. 65.5 

Rowe, Richard. Life in the London streets. 
Dins. 1665.20 

Ruppius, Otto. Gesammelte Werke. [Short 
sforievl <5 V. 2032.1 



S., M. E. W. Home amusements. By M. E. 
W. S.. author of "Amenities of home." [Apple- 
tons' Home books.] E. B. 382.11 

Sala, George A. Paris herself again in 1878-9. 
With illus. Rox. 7364.22 

Sanders, Daniel. Wdrterbuch der deutschen 
Sprache. 2 v. in 3. Rox. R.R., G. 3.5 

Sanford, Emeline B. The Sunday evening 
hour. [Bible stories.] 51-455 Rox. 1134.18 

Sardou, Alfred. The French language self- 
taught. J. P. 2214.13; S. E. 709.2 

Schiller, Johann C. F.- von. Werke. 12 v. 

S. B. 407-36 

Scudder, Horace E. Doings of the Bodley 
family in town and country. [Juvenile.] With 
illus. S. E. 650.24 

— Noah Webster. [American men of letters.] 

1514.20; Rox. 1034.3 

Seguin, L. G. Rural England. With illus. 
from designs by Millais, Small, and others. F°. 

Rox. '*5430-3 

Seiss, Joseph A. The gospel in the stars ; or, 
primeval astronomy. Bri. 126.139; Rox. 6815.2 

Selous, Frederick C- A hunter's wanderings 
in [South] Africa. With illus. Rox. 5912.14 

Shairp, John C. Aspects of poetry. Lectures 
at Oxford. 1351.5; Rox. 5618.16 

Shakespeare, William. Lo%'e's labour's lost. 
Ed. with notes, by W. J. Rolfe. 1392.19 

— Measure for measure. Ed., with notes, by 
W. J. Rolfe. 1392.6; Dor. 17.45; Rox. 5637.20 

— Merry wives of Windsor. Ed., by W. J. 
Rolfe. 1392.17; Rox. 1616.27; Rox.' 5637.19 

— Plays [with life]. Ed. by C and Mary 
Cowden "Clarke. Illus. 3 v. Rox. *5620.5 

— Shakespeare for the young folk. A mid- 
summer night's dream; As you like it; Julius 
CzEsar. Ed. by R. R. Raymond. Illus. 

S. E. 637-13 

— The Shakespeare phrase book. By John 
Bartlett. 1392.24 

— Sonnets. Ed. by Edward Dowden. 1392.19 
Shattuck, Lemuel. A history of Concord, 

Mass., to 1832; and of the adjoining towns, Bed- 
ford, Acton, Lincoln, and Carlisle. Chn. 1033.18 

Sheldon, Georgie. Brownie's triumph. A 
novel. 1474.15; S.E. 525-8 

Shelley, Percy B. Poems, selected by Stopford 
A. Brooke. [Golden treasury ser.] 1353-3 

Shelton, Frederick W. The rector of St. Bar- 
dolph's. Dor. 415.10 

Shepard, W. The literary life. Authors and 
authorship. 1406.14; Bri. 103.100; Dor. 398.6 

J. P. 1537 8 

Shillaber, Benjamin P. The double-runner 

club. Illus. rike Partington ser.] 1461.11 

S.B. 130.32; S.E. 647-2 

Sidney, Margaret, pseud. See Lothrop, Har- 
riet M. 

Sinnett, A. P. The occult world. S. E. 104.11 

Six months in the ranks; or, the gentleman 
private. [Fiction.] 1470.2a 

Smith, Edward. The story of the English 
Jacobins [1794]. ' Rox. 5428.28 

Smith, John W. A selection of leading cases 
on various branches of the law : with notes. 2 v. 

Rov. 6312.3 

Smith, William. A history of Greece to the 
Roman conquest. Rev. bv G. W- Greene. 

Bri. 76.76 

Smyth, Charles Piazzi. Our inheritance in 
the great pyramid. 4th ed. Illus. Rox. 7366 X3 



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Soley, James R. Historical sketch of the 
United States naval academy. Rox. 1732.6 

Sorley, William R. Jewish Christians and 
Judaism. , S. E. 101.8 

Souvestre, Emile. Au coin du feu. [Fiction.] 

1073.15 

Spedding, James. Evenings with a reviewer; 
or, Macaulay and Bacon. 2 v. Kox. 5832.10 

Spielhagen, Frietjrich. Quisisana. Novelle. 

2031.8 

Stallo, J. B. The concepts and theories of 
modern physics. [Internat scient. ser. ] 1144.16 

Stanley, Arthur P. Historical memorials of 
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Stedman, John G. Narrative of a five years' 
expedition, against the revolted negroes of Suri- 
nam, in Guiana, 1772-77. Illus. L,., 1806. 2 v. 

CIiii. 1215.2 

Steele, James W. Cuban sketches. S.B. 336.31 

Stephens, Alexander H. A compendium of 
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Stoker, Bram. Under the sunset. [Fairy 
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Storer, James. The antiquarian itinerary, 
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castellated, and domestic; with other vestiges of 
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Strubberg, Friedrich A. {Arinand.) An der 
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Strutt, Elizabeth. The feminine soul. 

Chn. 5434.17 

Stuart, Esmfe. The white chapel. . A story. 

51.42 

Suburban homes. The, of London. Rox. 5432.5 

Sunday. 1881. Pictures and pages for young 
and old. With illus. 890.2; S. E. 639.14 

Swinton, William, and Cathcart, George R., 
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in the legendary lore of all nations. Illus. 

50.17; Dor. 256.21 

Sword, The, and the pen. Published daily in 

the interest of the Soldiers' home bazaar. Dec. 

7-17. B., i88i. Bri. 203.6; Chn. 5211.27 

Dor. 3433; E. B. 61.4; J. P. 1511.2 

Rox. 1920.5; S. B. 96.18; S. E. 680.1 

Taine, Hippolvte A. The French revolution 
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Talbot, Charles R. (^Magnus Merriweather.) 
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ser.] 1474.14; Chn. 2188.4; Dor. 415.25 

Rox. 2414.21 ; S. B. 2403.53; S. E. 509.35 

Tautphoeus, Jemima ^l.,Fret/ierrinn. Cyrilla. 
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Taylor, Bayard. Home ballads. With illus. 

Dor. 14.18 

Taylor, Edward. Abriefaccount of the Ameri- 
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Taylor, J. E. Geological stories ; a series of 
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Dor. 396.4 

— Half hours at the sea-side; or, recreations 
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Taylor, Meadows. Ralph Darnell. Rox. 2422.5 

— Seeta. Rox. 2422.6 

This volume completes the series commenced with " Tar.-i," 
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— The story of my life. Rox. 7326.11 

— Tippoo Sultaun ; a tale of the Mysore war. 

Rox. 2422.7 



Tennyson, Alfred. Enoch Arden, etc. 

Chn. 1513.24 

Thackeray, William M. Extracts from [his] 
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Poitr. 1897.13 

Thalheimer, Mary E. The eclectic history of 
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Thayer, Elisha. Family memorial. Part i. 
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Thompson, Clara M. The rectory of Moreland. 
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Thornbury, (G.) Walter, and Walford, E., ed. 

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Thucydides.. Tr. into English by B. Jowett. 

3 V. Rox. 6ZXI.9 

Timbs, John. Abbeys, castles, and ancient 
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Dor. 384.26 

— Popular science : recent researches on the 
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Tissot, Victor, and Am^ro, ConsLint. The 
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Tourgee, Albion W. John Eax, and Mamelon ; 
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51.46; S. E. 558-I* 

— A royal gentleman, and Zouri's Christmas. 
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— The story of an earnest man. Figs and 
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S. H. 270.67 
Towle, George M. Modern France. Bri. 81.10 
Townsend, Virginia F. Darryll gap; or, 

whether it paid. [Fiction.] Rox. 2422.8 

Townsend, W. J. The great schoolmen of the 

middle ages. Rox. 57a5-7 

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Crispus Attucks [and others], March 5, 1770, at 

Boston. B., 1824. Chn. 3024-25 

TroUope, Anthony. The life of Cicero. 2 v. 

E. B. 217.13 
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Underwood, Francis H. A hand-book of 

English literature. American authors. 1404-35 
United States. Connnissioners to the Paris 

Universal exposition, i^'jS. Reports. 5 V. Illus. 

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— Dept. of agriculture. Report of the cul- 
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— Dept. of state. Reports (Nos. 1-3. 1880 
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J. P. i9»a-5 

Geog. and geol. survey of the Roeky mourn- 

tain region, J. W. Povjcll in charge. Report on 
the geology of the high plateaus of Utah. With 
atla? By C. E. Dutton. Illus. Kox. 7410.4 

Verne, Jules. The English at the North pole. 
With illus. E* B* 3*3-35 

— The exploration of the world. The great 
explorers of the nineteenth century. Tr. from 
the French [bv N. D'Anvers]. Illus. S. fc.3i7-5 

_ The wreck of the Chancellor. \Alto, iMar- 
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Ellen Frewer. Illus. »769-3« 



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Virgilius Maro, Publius. Opera, cum integris 
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— The yEneid tr. into English bv J. D. Long. 

" S. B. 255.24 

— Virgil. The Eclogues tr. by Wrangham, the 
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N. Y.,1842. 2v. Clin. 1525.6 

Virginia historical register, The. Ed. by W. 
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Vizetelly, Henry. Berlin under the new em- 
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E. B. 299.56 ; J. P. 418.9; Rox. 2423.12 

S. B. 239.58; S. E. 418.22 

Walker, Joseph H. A few facts and sugges- 
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130.20; Rox. 5836.21 

Ward, Harrietta Oxnard, pseud. See Moore, 
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Warner, Charles D.Washington Irving. [Amer- 
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Watt, Alexander. Scientific industries ex- 
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Waugh, Ida, illustrator. Holly berries. With 
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Webb, Alexander S. The Peninsula. Mc- 
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Webb, Thomas W. Celestial objects for com- 
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Weisse, John A. The obelisk and freemasonry 
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Wentworth, Erastus. Gilbert Haven : a mono- 
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Westcott, Brooke F. The Bible in the church. 

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— A general survey of the history of the 
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Rox. 7384.16 
Whately, Mary L. The story of a diamond. 
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Dor. 415-15 
Wheeler, J. Talboys. Tales from Indian his- 
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Wheeler, Lucius N. The foreigner in China. 

S. E. 379.2 
Wheeler, William A. Familiar allusions. 
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R.R., A. 14; Dor. 285.12; J. P. R. R., E. 14 
Rox. R. R., G. 3.4 
W^hite,Walter. Holidays in Tyrol. S.E. 368.14 
Whitmarsh, Caroline S., comf. Prayers of 
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Wilkinson, Eliza. Letters during the inva- 
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Willet, Joseph E. Wonders of insect life. 
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Willis, Nathaniel P. Rural letters, and other 
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Dor. 122.35 



Williston, Ebenezer B., comp. Eloquence of 
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Chn. 1 013. 14 

Willmott, Robert A., ed. The poets of the 
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Wilson, Erasmus. The Egypt of the past. 
With illus. S. E. 278.10 

^Vi^chell, Alexander. Sparks from a geolo- 
gist's hammer. 140.10; E. B. 388.20 

■Winslow, Forbes E. The children's fairy 
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Illus. " S. E. 650.4 

Winsor, Justin. The reader's handbook of the 
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Dor. R. R. Desk; E. B. R. R., H. 2 

J. P. 921-9 ; Rox. 5221.5; S. B. 152.24 

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Contents. — 4. The last hundred years. Part a. Special 
topics. 

■Winter, William. The JefFersons. [American 
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Winthrop, John. A journal of the transactions 
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Wood, Ella P. Court Netherleigh. A rfovel. 

By Mrs. Henry Wood. 1416.17; Dor. 418.34 

J. P. '822.19; Rox. 2318.28; S. B. 287.56 

Wood, John G. The natural history of man. 

Dor. 397.5 

— Out of doors: a selection of original articles 
on natural history. Illus. Dor. 356.41 

Woodman, Hannah J. The language of gems, 
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Chn. 1518.25 

Woods, Kate T. Six little rebels. [Juvenile.] 

Rox. 1125.15 

Worboise, Emma J. The wife's trials. A 
tale. Dor. 415- 18; S. E. 519-18 

Wordsworth, William. Poems, chosen and 
ed. by Matthew Arnold. Portr. [Golden treas- 
ury series.] I353-I 

Wright, Julia M. The oath-keeper of Forano. 
Illus. 1726.9; S. B. 227.26 

" This story is historically true. A correct picture is here 
piven of the methods and progress of the Vaudois church 
during the last twenty years." — Preface. 

— Practical life; or, ways and means for 
developing character and resources. Illus. 131.7 

Yonge, Charles D. Three centuries of modern 
history. [1485-1815.] E, B. 356.21 

Yonge, Charlotte M. Landmarks of history. 
Modern history : . from the reformation to the 
fall of Napoleon. 910.21 

— Landmarks of history. E. B. 188.18 
Contents. — 1. Ancient history. — a. Medixval history. — 

3. Modern history. 

— The last of the cavaliers. S. E. 566.24 
A story of the time of James 11. 

— Young folks' history of Greece. Cincin.. 
1878. " 940-2 

— Same. B. [Co/. 1879.] 940.11 
Zeta, pseud. Crewell work. Fifteen designs. 

With m.structions. J. P. 2431.4 



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COPYRIGHT 



Copyright. — (Concluded.) 



A catalogue of books and articles relating to library property (copyright, international copyright 
and kindred subjects), is in course of publication in " The publishers' weekly," beginning with the 
number for April 8, 1882. This catalogue, which has been compiled by Mr. Thorvald Solbcrg, will 
contain some titles not found in the present list, which is confined strictly to books in the Boston 
Public Library. In Matthew Arnold's "Irish essays, London, 1882" [25103.50], is an essay on 
copyright. 



Marston, Edward. Copyright, national and 
international, from the point of view of a pub- 
lisher. lAfion.'] L., 1879. 47 PP- 8°- 3667.22 

Mathews, C. An appeal to American authors 
and the American press, in behalf of interna- 
tional copyright. N.Y., 1846. 16 pp. 12°. 

No. 4 in *3664.8 

— The better interests of the country, in con- 
nexion with international copyright. N. Y., 
1843. 30 PP- 12°. No. 5 in *3664.8 

— Speech on international copyright, Feb. 10, 
1842. N. Y., 1842. 16 pp. 8«. No. 3 in *3664,8 

Maugham, R. Treatise on the laws of literary 
property. L., 1828. 8". 3666.27 

Montefiori, J. The law of copyright. L., 
1802. 8". [Ordered.] 

Morgan, J. A. Anglo-American international 
copyright. N.Y., 1879. ^2°. [Ordered.] 

— The law of literature. With an appendix 
of the American. English, French, and German 
statutes of copyright. N.Y.,1875. 2 v. 8°. 3662.57 

Muquardt, C. Das literarische Eigenthums- 
recht, u. s. w. Briissel, 1851. 79 pp. 8". *2ii4.7 

Nicklin, P. H. Remarks on literary property. 
Phila., 1838. 12°. [Ordered.] 

Nodier, C. Questions de litt^rature legale. 2e 
^d. P., 1828. 8°. ■ 2144.7 

Orgeval, R. Le B. d'. La proprj^t^ litt^raire 
en France et a I'dtranger, suivie des conventions 
Internationales conclues jusqu'a ce jour avec les 
principaux etats de I'Europe. P., 1868. 16''. 

5665.25 

Paris. Exposition nniverselle. 1878. Con- 
grfes international de la propri^t^ artistique. P., 
1879. 8°. *6o25.79 

Parton, J. International copyright. (/« Iiia 
Topicsof the time. B., 1871. pp. 95-131.) 894.17 

Paterson, J. Copyright. (/« Ais Liberty of 
the press, p. 241. L., i88o.) 5564.72 

Phillips, C. P. The law of copyright in works 
of literature and art, and in the application of 
designs. With the statutes relatfng thereto. 
L., 1863. 8°. 3662.63 

Plea for authors, and the rights of literary 
property. By an American. N. Y., 1838. 32 pp. 
8°. No. 37 in *6242.ix 

Proudhon, P. J. Les majorats litt^raires. 
(/» his CEuvres completes. P., 1868-76. Vol. 
16.) 4698.50 

Puettlingen, J. V. von. Das musicalische 
Autorrecht. Wien, 1864. 8". 3666.5 

Putnam, George H. International copyright, 
considered in some of its relations to ethics and 
political economy. Address, Jan. 29, 1879, b** 
fore theN. Y. Free trade club. N.Y., 1879. 54 PP* 
I2». No. 15 in 3649.78.3 



Ralph, J. Case of authors, 1762. [Ordered.] 

Reade, C. The eighth commandment. B., 

i860. 8°. 6577.18 

Renouard, A. C. Theory of the rights of 

authors in literature, sciences, and the fine arts 

B., 1839. 56 pp. 8°. 21 1440 

— Trait^ de« droits d'auteurs, dans la litl<f- 
rature, les sciences, et les beaux-arts. P., 1S38, 
39. 2v. 120. 3666.22 

Romberg, E. Compte rendu des travaux du 
congr^s de la propri^t^ litt^raire et artistique. 
[1858.] Bruxelles, 1859. 2 v. 8». 3666.21 

Schmid, C. E. Der Biichernachdruck aus dem 
Gesichtspunkte des Rechts, der Moral und Politik. 
Jena, 1823. 16°. . 3666.33 

Seuffert, L. Das Autorrecht an literarischen 
Erzeugnissen. Berlin, 1873. 26 pp. 8". (/« 
Virchow. Sammlung, u. s. w.) 

No. 18 in *59i4.5o. Ser.8. 

Shaler, N. S. Thoughts on the nature of in- 
tellectual property and its importance to the 
state. [Five essays.] B., 1878 [1877]. iv, 7s pp. 
8". 3664.1a 

Sheard, H. Brief statement on assumed copy- 
right. L., 1851. [Ordered.] 

Story, J. Commentaries on the constitution. 
Commentaries on equity jurisprudence. 

There are chapters on copyright in the various editiont of 
these works. 

Talfourd, Sir T. N. Observations on the l»w 
of copyright. L., 1838. 8». [Ordered.] 

— Speeches on the bill to amend the law or 
copyright, in the House of commons, 1837-39. 
(/« kis Critical and miscellaneous writings.) 

4574-5> 

Tegg, Thomas. Remarks on the speech of 
Sergeant Talfourd on copyright. L., 1837. 23 pp. 
80. [Ordered.] 

Tennent, J. E. Treatise on copyright of de- 
signs, with notices on the state of' calico print- 
ing. L., 1841. ,12°. . it66.i» 

ThuUiez, L. Etude legislative, historique et 
juridique sur la proprirft^ littrfraire. P., 1876. 
8°. 36«a-«o 

Ticknor, G. International copyright. {In kis 
Life, letters, and journals. B., 1876. Vol. a, 
pp. 278-280.) ••D.ao3.i9 

Turner, T. Law of patents of invention and 
desien in art and manufactures. L., 1851. 8*. 
* [Ordered.] 

United States. Acts of congress in respect to 
copyrights, 1831 to 1 861, 1865, 1867. •3664.8 

— Copyright laws, 1870. pp. 25-32. 3665-5« 

— Library 0/ congress. A collection of forms, 
etc., to be used in obtaining a copyright. Wash., 

1870. «° •seeo.t 



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April, 



Warburton, W. Letter from an author to a 
member of Parliament, concerning literary prop- 
erty, 1747. {In /it's Works. L., 1811. Vol.12.) 

*3492.2 

Warren, S. R., and Clark, S. N. Copyright, dis- 
tribution, exchanges, and duties. (From Report 
of Bureau of education on Public libraries in the 
U.S., pp. 279-291.) No. 3 in *2205.32 



White, R. G. American view of the copyright 
question. Reprinted from the " Broadway maga- 
zine," May, 1868. N.Y., 1881. 8°. 3669.57 

Whitman, C. S. Patent laws, including copy- 
right laws. Wash., 1871. 12°. *5667.5o 

Worms, F. Etude sur la propriety litt6raire. 
Decret du ler germinal, an xiii [1805]. ire, 2me 
partie. P., 187S. 2 v. i6o. *3569.56 



United States Congressional Documents. 

The Revised Statutes of the United States contain the laws relating to copyright. See also the 

" Congressional Globe" and "Record." 

Explanations of Abbreviations. — The Arabic figures preceding the cofbn denote the Congress ; the numerals 
i, ii, iii, following the colon, denote the session; E., Executive documents of the House; S., Senate executive documents; 
H.M., House Miscellaneous; H.R., House Reports; S.R., Senate Reports. The figures following these capital letters 
denote the number of the document. 

Bill to amend acts relating to copyright, intro- 
duced by Mr. Ranney, April i, 1882. 

B. H. Desk 

Bill amending " An act to amend the law re- 
lating to patents, trade-marks, and copyrights," 
introduced by Mr. Buck, March 1.3, 1882. 

B. H. Desk 

Correspondence between the U. S. and Great 
Britain in relation to the law of copyright, 1839, 
trans. April 12, 1842. 27 : ii,E. 187 (v. 4). *C.i66.i 

Estimate for the preservation of copyright 
books. Letter from Sec. of int. transmitting, 
March i, 1850. 35 : ii. E. 107 (vol. 9). ♦C.143.1 

Report of committee on patents, on the bill 
to amend the "Act to amend the several acts 
respecting copyright," and on petitions for and 
against an international copyright law, June 25, 
1838. 25 : ii, S. 494 (vol. 6). *C.227.5 

Report of committee respecting laws relating to 
copyright, Dec. 17, 1830. 2i:ii,H.R. 3. *C. 157.5 

Report of committee on securing to authors the 
benefit of international copyright, Feb. 7, 1873. 
42: iii, S.R. 409 (vol. i). *C.22i.4 

Report of committee on the Library, in favor 
of international copvright, Feb. 21, 1868. 40: 
ii, H.R. 16 (vol. i). " *C.2i2.6 

Resolution relating to international copyright, 
Feb. 12, 1872. 42 : ii, H.M. 8o(vol. 2). *C.20i.3 

Statutes relating to copyrights. Brief to accom- 
pany House bill 2595, to revise, consolidate and 
amend the, March 17, 1876. 44: i, H.M. 136 
(vol. 5). *C.252.2 

The following are Memorials and Petitions 
for and against an international copyright : — 

American publishers and booksellers in favor, 
Dec. 16, 1843. 28: i, E. 10 (vol. i). *C.i86.2 

Booksellers of Boston, against, April 16, 
1838. 25: ii, E. 340 (vol. 10). *C.237.2 

J. A. Brevoort and O. S. Fowler, in favor of 
an extension of the copyright and patent laws 
to artists engaged in taking busts, etc, June 
8, 1838. 25: ii, S. 475 (vol. 6). *C.227.5 



Nahum Capen, of Boston, on international 
copyright, Jan. 15, 1844. 28: i, E. 61 (vol.3). 

*C.i86.2 

Citizens of New York, in favor, April 24, 1838. 
25 : ii. S. 399 (vol. 5). *C.227.5 

Citizensof Philadelphia against, Jan. 15, 1838. 
25 : ii, S. 102 (vol. 2). *C. 227.5 

Citizens of Philadelphia, in favor, April 24, 
1S38. 25: ii, S. 400 (vol. 5). *C.227.5 

Citizens of the U. S. in favor, Feb. 4, 1837. 
24: ii, S. 141 (vol. 2). ♦C.217.3 

Columbia typographical society, of Washing- 
ton, against, Feb. 13, 1838. 25 : ii, S. 190 (vol. 
3)- *C. 227.5 

Peter S. Du Ponceau and others, praying con- 
gress to appoint a committee of inquiry, March 
18, 1838. 25 : ii, S. 309 (vol. 4). *C.227.5 

Edward Everett and others, of Boston, in 
favor, April 24, 1838. 25: ii, S. 398 (vol. 5). 

♦C.227.5 

G. Furman and other writers! in favor, Feb. 
20, 1837. 24: ii. S. 192 (vol. 2). *C. 217.3 

Inhabitants of Massachusetts, against, June 
4, 1838. 25: ii, E. 416 (vol. 10). *C.237.2 

John Jay and W. C. Bryant and others, in 
favor, with Catalogue of American books pub- 
lished in Great Britain, March 22, 1S48. 30: i, 
H.M. 76. *C.236.6 

Thomas Moore and others, authors of Great 
Britain, in favor, Feb., 1837. 24: ii, S. 134 (vol. 
2). *C.2i7.3 

— Report on the above petition, Feb. 16, 1837. 
24: ii, S. 179 (vol. 2). ♦C.217.3 

New York typographical society, against, 
March 13, 1838. 25: ii, S. 296 (vol. 4). 

*C.227.5 

Printers and publishers against, Jime 13, 
1842. 27: ii, S. 323 (vol. 4). *C.i56.i 

Professors of the University of Virginia for 
an alteration of the laws respecting copyrights, 
Feb. 20, 1837. 24: ii. S. 193 (vol. 2). *C.2i7.3 

R. P. Smith and others against, April 10, 1838. 
25 : ii, S. 369 (vol. 4). *C.227.5 



Great Britain. Sessional Papers of Parliament. 

The Statutes contain the laws relating to copyright. For a digest of these laws see Copyright 
commission under this division. Consult also Cobbett's "Parliamentary history of England," 
1806-20 [7088.1], and Hansard's "Parliamentary debates," 1803-1880 [7098.2J. 

Abbreviations. — The letters A. P. stand for Accounts and Papers; B.P., Bills Public; R.Cr., Reports of Commis. 
siontrs; R.Ct., Reports of Committees. 

Bill for amending the law rel. to copyright, so I Bill for consolidating the laws relating to copy- 
far as regards the delivery of periodicals at the right. 1857, B.P., vol. i. 

British museum. 1868-9, B.P., vol. 2. | Bill for registering of copyrights and assign- 

112 



1882. 

ments thereof, and for the better securing the 
property therein. 1842, B.P., vol. i. 

Bill for securing copyrights. i8oi,B.P., vol. i. 
[First series, vol. 14.] 

Bill for securing copies of books to universities, 
and copyrights to authors. 1808, B.P., vol. i. 

Bill forsecuring to authors, in certain cases, the 
benefit of international copyright. 1837-38, 
B.P., vol. I. 

Bill intituled. An Act for preventing the pub- 
lication of lectures without consent. 1835, B.P., 
vol. 3. 

Bill to alter and extend the provisions of 54 
Geo. Ill, c. 156, with respect to dramatic writings. 
1830, B.P., vol. 2. 

Bill to amend the laws relating to dramatic 
literary property. 1833, B.P., vol. 2. 

Bill to amend the laws rel. to the protection iii 
the colonies of works entitled to copyright in the 
United Kingdom. 1847, B.P-, vol. i. 

Bill to authorize the purchase of literary prop- 
erty enjoyed by the King's and Marischal colleges 
in Aberdeen. 1S31-33, B.P., vol. i. 

Bill to authorize the purchase of the rights 
of literary property enjoyed by Aberdeen univer- 
sity. 1832, B.P., vol. I. 

Bill to carry into effect a convention with 
France on copyright, to extend the interna- 
tional copyright act, and to explain acts rel. to 
engravings. 1852, B.P., vol. i. 

Bill to extend the benefit of copyright in prints 
and engravings to Ireland. 1836, B.P., vol. 2. 

Bill to extend the provisions of the designs 
act, 1850, etc. 1851, B.P., vol. 2. Minutes of 
evidence before the committee on the [above] 
bill. 1851, R.Ct., vol. 18. 

Bill to repeal so much of the Act, 54 G. in, c. 
156, respecting copyrights, as requires the deliv- 
ery of a copy of every published book to the 
Libraries of Sion college, the four universities of 
Scotland, and of the King's Inn, in Dublin. 
1836, B.P., vol. 2. 

Bills rel. to copyright. 1864, B.P., vol. i ; 
1879, B.P., vol. 2. 

Bills to amend and extend copyright of designs. 

1839, B.P.. vol. I ; 1840, B.P., vol. 2; 1841, B.P., 
vol. 2; 1842, B.P., vol. 2; 1843, B.P., vol. 2; 

1850, B.P., vol. 3; 1858, B.P., vol. i; 1861, B.P., 
vol. i; 1875, B.P., vol. I. 

Bills to amend the law relating to international 

copyright. 1844, B.P., vol. i ; 1875, B.P., vol. 3. 

Bills to amend the law rel. to works of art. 

1851, B.P., vol. I ; 1862, B.P., vol. I. 

Bills to amend the several Acts relating to 

. copyrights. 1813-14, B.P., vol. 2; i8t8, B.P., 

vol. i; 1837-8, B.P., vol. i; 1839, B.P., vol. i; 

1840, B.P., vol. 1 ; 1841, B.P., vol. I ; 1842, B.P., 
vol. I. 

British museum. 

The annual accounts of the British museum, found !n the 
Sessional papers, give the number of volumes received in 
accordance with provisions of the copyright act. 

Convention between Great Britain and Bel- 
gium for the establishment of an international 
copyright, signed at London, 12 Aug., 1854. 
1855, A.P., vol. 55. 

Convention between Great Britain and France, 
3 Nov., 1851. 1852, A. P., vol.54; Orders in 
council of 10 Jan., 1852, in furtherance of the 
copyright treaty with France. 1852, A.P., vol. 
51- 



COPYRIGHT 

Convention between Great Britain and Han- 
over, 4 Aug., 1847. 1847-48, A.P., vol. 65; Ac- 
cession of the Grand duke of Oldenburg to the 
convention, 28 Dec, 1847. 1847-8, A.P., vol.65. 

Convention between Great Britain and Prussia. 
May, 1846. 1846. A.P., vol. 52. 

Convention between Great Britain and Spain, 
signed at Madrid, July 7, 1857. 1858, A.P., vol. 
60. 

Convention between Great Britain and the free 
Hanseatic city of Hamburgh, 16 Aug., 1S53. 
1854, P.P., vol. 72. 

Convention with Prussia, concluded 13 May, 

1846. 1846, A.P., vol. 52 ; Accession of the Duke 
of Anhalt, 8 Feb., 1853. 1852-3, A.P., vol. 102 ; 
Accession of the Duke of Brunswick, 30 March, 

1847. 1847, -^P-. vol. 70; Accession of the Grand 
duke of Hesse, 1862, A.P., vol. 63; Accession of 
the King of Saxony, 24 Aug., 1846. 1847, A. P., 
vol. 70; Accession of the States forming the 
Thuringian union, i July, 1847. 1847, A.P,, 
vol. 70. 

Convention with Prussia, additional to the con- 
vention concluded at Berlin, May, 1846, for an 
international copyright, signed at London, 14 
June, 1855. 1856, A. P., vol. 61. 

Copyright commission. The royal commis- 
sions and the report of the commissioners, 1878. 
1878, R.Cr., vol. 24. 

Contents.— The first commission, 6th Oct., 1875; The 
second commission, 17th April, 1876; The report of the 
commissioners : Home copyright, Colonial copyright, Inter- 
national copyright; Digest of the law of copyright. 

Correspondence between the foreign office and 
Her Majesty's representatives abroad, and foreign 
representatives in England, on copyright, 1873- 
75. 1875, A.P., vol. 82. 

Correspondence relating to colonial copyright 
1872, A. P., vol. 43; 1874, A. P., vol. 44. 

Correspondence with Canada, Victoria, Tas- 
mania, and New Zealand, on copyright; and 
copies of colonial acts relating to copyright. 
1875, A.P., vol. 51. 

Names and duties of registrars of works of 
literature and the fine arts, British books regis- 
tered, etc. 1864, A. P., vol. 9. 

Number of literary works and books of prints 
entered at Stationer's hall, 1 709-1826. 1826-37, 
A. P., vol. 20. 

Report from committee appointed to inquire 
into the laws affecting dramatic literature. 1831- 
32, R. Ct, vol. 7. 

Report from committee on the copyright bill, 
with proceedings, and minutes of evidence. 1&64, 
R. Ct., vol. 9. 

Report from select committee on the ex- 
pediency of extending copyright of designs, 
with minutes of evidence, etc. 1840, R. Ct., 
vol. 6. 

Report on copyright of printed books, and the 
delivery of them to public libraries, with min- 
utes of evidence. 1812-13, R. Ct., vol. 4. 

Report respecting the amendment of Act 54, 
George in, with minutes of evidence. 1818, 
R. Ct., vol. 9. . „ . . u 

Return of all the colonies and British posses- 
sions in favor of the Orders in council rel. to, 
etc. i8s7, A.P., vol. 28. . 

Treasury minute, 17 July, 1832, respecting the 
purchase of the rights of the University of Aber- 
deen to certain copies of books. 1831-32, A.I'., 
vol. 26. 



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April, 



Articles in Revietvs^ Magazines^ etc. 



Albany law journal. Copyright in private let- 
ters, bv I. Browne, vol. 2, Aug. 20, 1870. 

♦5660.50 
American almanac. 1840. Produce of copy- 
right. Extract from a letter of Thomas Tegg. 

*A,ii8.i 
American booksellers' trade list. On the law 
of copyright, by T. P. Washburn, vol. i, 1847. 

*2i50.5 

American jurist and law magazine. Literary 

property [by J. K. Angell.''], vol. 10, July, 1S33. 

— British international copyright law, vol. 21, 
July, 1839. *76i6.i 

American law review. The law of literature 
and art in England and America. — How near 
are we to an international copyright? Vol. 9, 
no. I, Oct., 1874. — Dramatic copyright. Case of 
A. Daly v. H. D. Palmer. Decision of Judge 
Blatchford, vol. 3, no. 3. April, 1869. *5664.i 

For copyright cases and book notices, see the Index of 
this review, 5664.10. 

American monthly magazine. Copyright and 
copyright law, by H. Cleveland, n. s., vol. 3, 4, 
Feb., Mar., Oct., 1837. ♦7406.1 

American quarterly review. Review of the 
Report of select committee of Senate of the U. S., 
to whom were referred the Address of certain 
authors of Great Britain, and Petition of certain 
American authors, in Senate, Feb. 16, 1837, vol. 
21, p. 214, March, 1837. ♦3174.1 

Atlantic monthly. International copyright by 
judicial decision, by A. G. Sedgwick, vol. 43, 
Feb., 1879. *5324-i 

Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine. The copy- 
right question, by Sir A.Alison, vol. 51, Jan., 
May, 1842. — American copyright. Letter, N. Y. 
Aug., 1847, vol. 62, Nov., 1847. ♦3150.1 

Century magazine. The copyright negotia- 
tions, by A. G. Sedgwick, vol. 23, March, 1882. 

Reading Room 

See also Scribner's monthly. 

Criterion. Copyright, vol.i, Jan.26,i856.^6i92.i 

Edinburgh review. Literary property, vol. 38, 
May, 1823. — The copyright commission of Great 
Britain, 1878, vol. 148, Oct., 1878. ♦3122.1 

Foreign quarterly review. Copyright in Eng- 
land and America, vol. 26, Oct., 1840. — Copy- 
right in Italy, vol. 26, Jan., 1841. ♦5118.1 

Fortnightly review. The political economy 
of copyright, by W. B. Adams, vol. 2, Aug., 1865. 

— The copyright question, by E. Dicey, vol. 25, 
Jan., 1876. — American efforts after international 
copyright, by C E. Appleton, vol. 27, Feb., 
1877. — The principle of copyright, by T. H. 
Farrer, vol. 30, Dec, 1878. — Copyright, by 
Matthew Arnold, vol. 33, March, 1880. ^5372. 50 

Fraser's magazine. Literary and musical copy- 
rights, by D. R. Blaine, n. s., vol. i, Feb., 1870. 

— Landowning and copyright, by Grant Allen, 
n. s., vol. 22, Sept., 1880. — A publisher's view 
of international copyright, by Charles J. Long- 
man, n. s., vol. 23, March, 1881. ♦5187. i 

Galaxy, The. International copyright, by C. 
A. Bristed, vol. 10, Dec, 1870. *7365.2 



Gentleman's magazine. Petitions presented 

in 1814 to the House of commons against the 
copyright act, vol. 87, pt. i, June, 1817. — Review 
of Sir E. Brydges' Reasons for a farther amend- 
ment of act 54 Geo. iii, vol. 87, Aug. 1817. — Pro- 
posed amendment of the copyright act ; Glasgow 
petition; Bodleian petition, vol. 88, pt. i, March,- 
1818. — Petitions of authors, etc., against copy- 
right act, vol. 88, pt. I, p. 350, 445, 631, 632, 1818. 
— Report from select committee on the copy- 
right acts, June 5, 1818, vol. 88, suppl., pt. i, 
577- '^3165.1 

For shorter articles in this maerazine, consult the Indexes. 

Harper's new monthly magazine. Interna- 
tional copyright, vol. 46, May, 1873; vol. 58, 
May, 1879; vo'- ^2, May, 1881. ♦5210.12 

International review. Review of Drone's 
Treatise on copyright, vol. 6, June, 1879. — Con- 
siderations on the copyright question, by Wilkie 
Collins, vol. 8, June, 1880. ^5321. 2 

Journal of the Society of arts. ♦7212. i 

Several short articles mostly referring to copyright on 
works of art. 

Knickerbocker. International copyright, by 
Harry Franco, vol. 22, Oct., 1843. ♦5154. i 

Leisure hour. Hints on legal topics. Copy- 
right, 1865, vol. 14. ♦7311.1 

Library association of the United Kingdom. 
Copyright in its relation to the supply of books 
to libraries and the public, by R. A. Macfie. 
Transactions and proceedings, 1880. ♦6171.11 

Library journal. Copyright in its relation to 
libraries and literature, by A. R. Spofford, vol. i, 
1876. " ♦eiyi.s 

Consult also the Indexes to the other volumes for shorter 
articles. 

Lippincott's magazine. International copy- 
right, by W. F. Allen, vol. 25, Jan., 1880. *7345-i 

Literary gazette. Arguments respecting copy- 
right of books, vol. 2, April 25, July 18, 1881. 

♦51403.1 

Literary world, Boston. .History of copyright, 
by B. V. Abbott, vol. 10, March 'i, 1879. —Ob- 
taining copyrights, by B. Y. Abbott, vol. 10, 
April 26, 1879. *534i.3 

Literary world, Nc-w York, 184S-52. The 
copyright question, vol. 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10. ♦6ig2.a 

Littell's Living age. ♦siei.a 

Consult the index to the " Eclectic magazine," and " The 
Living age," 18S1 r*S^36.So]. 

Macmillan's magazine. International copy- 
right. American view, by S. S. Conant. An 
Englishman's view of the foregoing, by L. Court- 
ney, vol. 40, June, 1879. — The ethics of copy- 
right, by Grant Allen, vol. 43, Dec, 1880. 

*73Mi 

Mechanics' magazine. Observations on Ser- 
geant's Talfourd's copyright bill, by T. Watts, 
vol. 27, June, Julv, 1837. *59J5-i 

Nation, iV. Y.' *7o66.i 

Consult the Index, for the year 1865-1880. 

National association for the promotion of social 
science, London. Transactions. *5566.3 

Namely : — 

Protection of property in intellectual labour as 
embodied in inventions, books, designs, andpict- 



114 



1882. 

ures, hy the arnendment of the laws of patent- 
right and copyright, by T. Webster, 1859, P- 237. 

— Copyright of designs, as applicable to articles 
of textile manufacture, by J. S. Clay, 1859, P- 244. 

— Law of patent and copyright, 1859, P- 272. — 
On international copyright in works of litera- 
ture, music, and the fine arts, by D. R. Blaine, 
1862, p. 866. — Best means of extending and 
securing an international law of copyright, by A. 
Trollope, 1866, p. 119. — Patent and copyright 
monopolies, by R. A. Macfie, 1874, p. 256. — 
What action should be taken on the Report of the 
Royal commission on copyright.' By C. H. E. 
Carmichael, 1S79, P- ^95- — Trade-marks and 
copyright. How can the international difficulty 
with regard to trade-marks and copyright, caused 
by recent judgments of the supreme court of the 
U. S., best be met.? By C. H. E. Carmichael, 
i88o, p. 154. — Literary copyright, by R. A. 
Macfie, 1880, p. 164. 

New York review. Review of Remarks on 
literary property, by P. H. Nicklin, Phila., 1838, 
and Plea for authors, N. Y., 1838, vol. 4, April, 
1839. *32o6.8 

Niles' weekly register. Copyright laws, etc., 
vol. 40, 1831. *3i4i.a 

Nineteenth century, The. International copy- 
right, by W. F. Rae. vol. 10, Nov., 1881. *7265.5 

North American review. Copyright of foreign 
books, by H. R. Cleveland, vol. 44, Jan., 1837. 

— Review of Nicklin's Remarks on literary prop- 
erty, by W. Phillips, vol. 48, Jan., 1839. — Re- 
view of Lieber's International copyright, by 
G. M. Wharton, vol. 52, April, 1841.— Inter- 
national copyright. Review of Mariotti's Italy, 
by W. H. Prescott, vol. 54, April, 1842. — Re- 
marks on the Petition of voters of Boston and 
vicinity, for an international copyright law, by 
J. G. Palfrey, vol. 55, July, 1842. — Review of 
Dickens's American notes, by C. C. Felton, vol. 
56, p. 226, Jan., 1843. — Review of Curtis' Treatise 
on the law of copyright in books, etc., by C. C. 
Felton, vol. 67, July, 1848. — Critical notice of 
Brief on behalf of authors and publishers in favor 
of international copyright, before committee of 
the Senate and House of the U. S., 1872, vol 114, 
April, 1872. "^aiia-i 

Norton's literary gazette. Editorials on Inter- 
national copyright, Jan. 15, 1854, p. 27; Apr. 
15, 1854, p. 187; July 15, 1854, p. 351. *6i92.3 

Our continent. The law of copyright, by A. 
W. Tourg^e, vol. i, no. 7, March 29, 1882. 

Reading Room 

Popular science monthly. International copy- 
right, by the editor, vol. 10, April, 1877. — The 
English report on international copyright, by the 
editor, vol. 13, Sept., 1878. — Herbert Spencer 
before the English copyright commission, March 
6, 1877, vol. 14, Jan., 1879. — Copyright and 
morality, by the editor, vol. 14, Feb., 1879. — The 
London Times on international copyright, by the 
editor, vol. 15, June, 1879. — Conant on inter- 
national copyright, by the editor, vol. 16, March, 
1880. — Matthew Arnold on copyright, by the 
editor, vol. 17, May, 1880. — Wilkie Collins on 
international copyright, by the editor, vol. 17, 
Aug., 1880. — Recent advance in the law of intel- 
lectual property, by Benjamin V. Abbott, vol. 
19, July, i88i. — Progress of copyright law, by 
Benjamin V. Abbott, vol. 20, Jan., 1882. *59i6.50 

Publishers' weekly. Index to articles, notes, 



COPYRIOHT 

etc., on literary property (copyright, interna- 
tional copyright and Icindred subjects), which 
have appeared in the Publishers' weeklv vols i- 

19, Jan., 1872— June, 1881, by T. Solherg. vol 

20, no. 9, p. 205, Aug. 27, 1881. •6i6oa.7 
Putnam's monthly magazine. Literarv piracy. 

Review of Carey's Letters on international copy- 
right, vol. 3, Jan., 1854. ♦5285.1 

Quarterly review. Inquiry into the copyright 
act, vol. 21, Jan., 1819. — The copyright question, 
vol. 69, Dec, 1841. *3ir4.i 

Revue des deux mondes. De Mile. S^daine 
et de la propri^t^ litteraire, par A. de Vigny. 
1841- vol. 48 of •3325,1 

Round table. International copyright, vol. 3, 
Feb. 24, Mar. 3, 10, 17, 24, April 14, 1866; vol. 6, 
July 20, Aug. 3, 1867. •7391.2 

Saturday review. Canadian copyrights, vol. 
39, April 3, 1875. — Copyright, vol. 4^, June 29, 
1878; vol. 50, Dec. II, 1880. •5320.50 

Scribner's monthly. Culture and progress 
abroad, vol. 3, p. 375, Jan., 1872. — International 
copyright. (In Topics of the time.) Vol. 10, p. 
378, July, 1875. — Dr. Appleton on copyright. 
(/« Topics of the time.) Vol. 14, p. 108, May, 
1877. — Congress and International copyright, 
by E. L. Didier, vol. 20, p. 132, May. i'88o. — 
International copyright. (/« Topics of the time.) 
Vol. 20, p. 146, May, 1880. — Copyright at home 
and abroad. (/« Topics of the time.) Vol. 22, 
May, 1 88 1. •7392.2 

See also Century magazine. 

Southern literary messenger. Rights of au- 
thors, vol. 3, Jan., 1837. — International law 
of copyright, vol. 5, Oct., 1839. — Rights of 
authors, vol. 6, Jan., 1840. — Literary property. 
Letter from E. D., vol. 10, July, 1844. — Interna- 
tional copyright law. Letters to "Hon. Isaac E. 
Holmes, 1843, by W. G. Simms, vol. 10, Jan., 
March, June, Aug., 1844. — Reply to E. D. and 
Mr. Simms, vol. 10, April, May, 1844. •3190.15 
■ Tait's Edinburgh magazine. On Serjeant 
Talfourd's copyright bill, vol. 5, May, 183S. 

•53x2.1 

Times, The, London. •5357-50 

Consult the Index, 1S62-1SS1. 

Tinsley's magazine. On international copy- 
right, vol. 9, Dec, 1871. •7246'! 

United States magazine and Democratic re- 
view. Propriety of granting copyright to foreign 
authors, vol. 2, June, 1838. — International copy- 
right question, vol. 12, Feb., June, 1S43. 3X54« 

This periodical is known as the Democratic review. 

Victorian review. Imperial copyright law, at 
affecting the colonies, by J. Finnamore, vol. 4, 
p. 712, Oct., 1881. — American literature and the 
proposed copyright-bill, by C. H. Spencc, vol. 5. 
Nov., 1881. 'SUT-SO 

Westminster review. Review of Maugham's 
Treatise on the laws of literary nropertr, 
1828, vol. 10, April, 1829. — [Review ot J Copy- 
right case of Wheaton v. Peters; with an Ap- 
pendix containing Acts of congress relating to 
copyrights, N. Y., 1834, vol. 24, Jan.. 1836.— 
Artistic copyright, N. 8., vol. 57, April. 1880. — 
The copyright question, N. S., vol. 60, Oct., 
i88i. ""^ ^ ^ •3166.1 

Year's art, The. 1881. Copyright, p. 177. 

•8068.51 



11.S 



IRELAND AND THE LAND QUES^gpN 
^— 



April, 



Trade- Marks. 



Abbott, B. V. Trade -marks. (/» his Judge 
and jury. N. Y., iSSo.) 3636.24 

Browne, W. H. Treatise on the law of trade- 
marks and analogous subjects. B., 1873. 8°. 

3665.54 

Bump, O. F. The law of patents, trade-marks, 
and copj-rights. N.Y., 1877. 8°. 3665.64 

Cox, R. Legal effects of the registration of 
trade marks, with the Act of July 8, 1870, con- 
sidered. Cincinnati, 1874. 11 pp. 8°. 

No. 27 in *7646.7 

Hodder and Stoughton, publishers. The illus- 
trated guide, directory of manufactures, and 
register of trade-marks of Great Britain and 
Ireland. In English, French and German. 5th 
ed. L., 1876. 4°. *248oa.5o 

Laignier, G. Droit romain de la loi Acquilia. 
Droit fran^ais de I'usurpation des noms de com- 
merce. P., 1876. 8°. 7617.13 

Law, S. D. Digest of American cases relating 
to patents for inventions, from 1789 to 1862, also 
the American cases in respect to trade-marks. 
N.Y., 1862. 8°. 5661.2 

Ludlow, H. and Jenkyns, H. A treatise on 
the law of trade-marks and trade-names, includ- 



ing foreign laws applicable to British trade- 
marks. L., 1877. 8°- 3665.19 

Paris. Exposition univerfelle, i8j8. Congres 
international de la propridt^ industrielle. P., 
1879. 8°. *6o25.76 

Pouillet, E. Traite des marques de fabrique 
et de la concurrence ddlovale en tous genres. 
P., 1S75. 8°. " ' 3667.10 

Trade-marks journal. List of applications for 
the registration of trade-marks. L., 1876-81. 4°. 

*7662.i 

United States. Bill amending "An act to au- 
thorize the registration of trade-marks, and pro- 
tect the same," introduced bv Mr. Buck, March 
13, 1882. " B. H. Desk 

— Bill to amend " An act to authorize the 
registration of trade-marks, and to protect the 
same," introduced by Mr. Armfield, Dec. 16. 18S1. 

B. H. Desk 

United States trade-mark statutes and rules 
of practice in trade-mark cases in theU. S. patent 
office, July, 1878. Wash., 1878. 8°. Patent Room 

Whitman, C. S. Patent laws, including copy- 
right and trade-mark laws. Wash., 1871. 12°. 

♦5667.50 



Ireland and the Land Question. 



The past history and the social habits of the people of Ireland enter so largely into any con- 
sideration of the present agitation, that before giving the list of works lately added to the Public 
Library, it is proposed to mention a few of the specially necessary and important historical works, 
and also the most interesting travels and descriptions of manners and customs to be found in the 
Library. These references can make no pretension to completeness, but are only meant as a guide 
to a general but fair view of the whole question. 



General Histories. 

Mac-Geoghegan's [45103.3; 4511.23] extends to 1699 and Mi tchel's [451 4.1] continues it from 
that point. W. C. Taylor's " History of the civil wars of Ireland. 2 v." [830.68; 810.52] covers the 
period from the Anglo-Norman invasion to the Union in 1801. Haverty's "History" [2476.12] ex- 
tends to the Union, while Leland's "History of remarkable events in Ireland. 1781" [4518.8; 
2474.1], still of value, stops at 1688. According to Amory, Moore is swayed too much by English 
prejudice in his " History, 4 v." [4518.7], which he contributed to Lardner's Cabinet encyclopaedia, 
and which stops at 1646. Of a more popular character are Cusack's " Illustrated history"; Cusack's 
'• Student's manual of Irish history " [4528.23]; Cusack's " Patriot's history " [980.10]; "The story 
of Ireland, for youth. lUus." [4519.7], T. d'A. McGee's "Popular history. 2 v." [1996.1]; and 
D. O'Connell's "Memoir on Ireland, native and Saxon" [No. 8 in Pph. v. 129], called by Daunt 
"an indictment of England." The " Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland, by the four masters, from 
the earliest period to 1616, ed. by J. O'Donovan, Dublin, 1851, 7 v." [4571.10]; " Calendar of the 
Carew manuscripts, 1515-1623, 6 v." [7043.55]; and "Calendar of the state papers relating 
to Ireland, of the reign of James I., 1603-25, 5 v." [7042.52], are among the most considerable 
collections of documents. See also under the publications of the Irish arch!eological society. 
Besides these general histories, some works covering important periods or events deserve notice. 
T. C. Amory's "Transfer of Erin" [2511.12], extending to 1603, contains, in chapter sixteen, a good 
list of references on Ireland and its literature. Bonwick's " Who are the Irish?" [2419.61] comes 
down to Cromwell's time, where Prendergast's " Cromwellian settlement of Ireland" [4573-15] 
begins. The latter shows how the present land question is an outcome of that settlement. In con- 

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IRELAND AND THE LAND QUBSTTON 



nection with this point, the Irish archaeological society pubHshed, in 1S51, Sir \Vm. Petty's con- 
temporary " History of the Down survey, 1655-6" [2414.63]. See also Hill's " Historical account 
of the plantation in Ulster, 1608-1620" [247oa.5o]. Two indispensable books are Froude't 




C45I9-23]- In the second volume of his " History of England in the eighteenth century [2422.59; 
245851] Lecky devotes several chapters to Ireland. The Lower Hall Catalogue of history, etc., 
contains a note on Ireland. 



Travels and studies of Irish life and character. 

Foremost among works of travel stands Arthur Young's " Tour in Ireland, made 1776-79 " 
[2464.7], which contains the first trustworthy account of the tenure of land in that country, although 
Fitzgibbon [4573.14] says his descriptions are delusive. Beaumont, in his " L'Irlande, socialc, poli- 
tique, et r^ligieuse. 2 v." [2476.2], ascribes the general misery which he witnessed in 1835, 37, to a 
"bad aristocracy." Travels subsequent to the famine of 1847 are Sir F. B. Head's "Fortnight in 
Ireland, 1852 " [2476.1], which views the distress with asympatheticyet strongly Protestant bias; John 
Forbes's "Memorandums in Ireland in 1852. 2 v." [4519 10]; and Osborne's "Gleanings in the 
west of Ireland" [2478.8], a philanthropical investigation during 1849-50 among the poor in Galway 
and Mayo, particularly in regard to the Union workhouses. Pueckler-Muskau's "Tour in England, 
Ireland and France, 1826-29" [6262.50; 2274.18]; Rodenberg's "The Island of the saints, 1861 " 
[2476.24], a very lively description ; and Thackeray's "Irish sketch-book" [4653.50.18; 25703.34], are 
among the best of numerous travellers' accounts. E. O'Curry's " On the manners and customs of the 
ancient Irish. 3 v." [2413.52] is first in importance and in order of study of the Irish people, though 
perhaps Bonwick [2419.61] or Th^baud's "Irish race in the past and present " [993.5] cover this 
ground sufficiently for general purposes. Mrs. A. M. Hall's " Sketches of Irish character" [2561.8] 
and her " Ireland. 3 v." [4511.18; 45ioa.9], from their sympathy with the subject, are very popular. 
On the other hand Trench's " Realities of Irish life" [4511.24], though popular, depicts the life of 
the peasantry as it appeared to the agent of a large estate, — that of the marquis of Lansdowne. 
Henry Giles, in his " Lecture and essays on Irish and other subjects " [6577.21], has several papers on 
the Irish character. Recent descriptions are Mrs. Houston's "Twenty years in the wild west; or, 
life in Connaught. 1879 " [2479-24 ; 1667.25], relating a somewhat unfortunate experience ; and Flore- 
dice's "Memories of a month among the Mere Irish [in Donegal]. 1881 " [2468.79]. The Lower 
Hall Fiction list points out under the heading Ireland some books, historical fiction and others, 
descriptive of social life. A late story based on the doings of the Land league is Harriet Jay's "The 
priest's blessing" [2468.82]. 

From the Rebellion of i'j()?> through the period of the famine of 1847. 

These titles, alphabetically arranged, though few, are sufficient to indicate the most imporUnt 
historical and economic features of this period. See in the Bates Hall Index and Supplement, 
under Great Britain, Sessional papers ; also the occasional indexes to the Sessional papers published 
in these Bulletins. 



Barrington, Sir J. Historic memoirs ; com- 
prising secret records of the Union. L., 1835. 
2 v. 4°. ♦4510.21 

Blacker, W. Essay on the best mode of im- 
proving the condition of the labouring classes in 
Ireland. L., 1846. 8". No. 3in *45ii.4 

Digest of the evidence in respect to the occu- 
pation of land in Ireland. Dublin, 1847, 48. 2 v. 



8<>. 



7073.2 



Known as the Devon contniission. 

Duffy, 5*> Charles G. Young Ireland. 1840- 
50. L., 1880. 8". 2510.17 

Same. N. Y., 1881. S". 2510.18 

Describes the failure of the Repeal movement, and the 
splitting- off of the Young Ireland party. The lives of the 
prominent agitators give further information, in particular, 
of course, that of O'Connell [Daunt's, 6548.11; McGee's, 
1546.3] • 



Field, H. M. The Irish confederates and the 
rebellion of 1798. N. Y., n. d. 12". [Ordered.] 

Foster, T. C Letter on the condition of the 
people of Ireland. Repr. from "The Times." 
L., 1846. 8°. a47«-3 

Contains chapters, derived from expcrienc«, on tbtente*. 
ism, Ulster tenant-right, and the ivrctchednc»» of the pew- 
antry. This writer, whose conclusion i» that the P«<'P'« 
have themselves to blame, bad s contn>ver»y with Daniel 
O'Connell. 

Greville, C. C. Past and present policy of 

England toward Ireland. 2d cd. L., 1845. I3«. 

^ 2476.90 

Griffith's valuation. 

Sir Richard Griffith's valuation, furnished in 1846, l» wJt • 
printed work, hut is open to inspection in Dub in, it Ui« 
office of the General survey and valuaUon of Ireland. »«• 
also Report. 



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IRELAND AND THE LAND QUESTION 



April, 



Harwood, P. History of the Irish rebellion of 
1798. L., 1844. 8°. 4174-3 

Hay, Edward. History of the Irish insurrec- 
tion of 179S. N. Y., 1846. 12°. 2479.14 

Martin, R. M. Ireland before and after the 
Union. L., 1843. Sm. 8°. 2476.7 

On the English side. 

Martineau, Harriet. Illustrations of political 
economy. No. 9. Ireland. A tale. Phila., 1833. 
24°. 65593.15.2 

Observations on the evils resulting to Ireland 
from the insecurity of title [etc.]. Dublin, 1847. 
Sm. 8°. Pph. Coll. 

O'Rourke, John. The history of the great 
Irish famine of 1847. With notices of earlier 
Irish famines. Dublin, 1875. Sm. 8°. 4517.26 



Report from the select committee on Townland 
valuation of Ireland. [Great Britain. Reports 
from committees. 1844. Vol. 3.] F. 

Griffith's evidence is here given. 

Thornton, Wm. T. A plea for peasant pro- 
prietors ; with the outlines of a plan for their 
establishment in Ireland. L., 1848. 12°. 

4306.17 

Same. New ed. L., 1874. Sm. 8". 5562.60 

A book much quoted in recent discussions. 

Tone, Theobald W. Memoirs, comprising a 
journal of his exertions for the liberation of Ire- 
land, and an account of the rebellion of 1798. 
L., 1837. 2 V. 8". 2555.X8 



From the outbreak of Fenianism^ between i860 and 70, down to the present crisis. 



Blackwood, F. T. H., earl of Dufferin. Irish 
emigration and the tenure of land in Ireland. L., 
1867. 8°. 4573.17 

Favors emigration and discourages small farming. 

— The case of the Irish tenant. L., 1870. S". 

No. 16 in *45ii.4 

— Speeches and addresses. L.,1882. 8°. 2511.5 
Contain speeches on Ireland from 1S47 to 1870. 

Butt, Isaac. The Irish people and the Irish 
land. Dublin, 1867. 8". 4573.16 

Daunt, W. J. O'C. England's greediness Ire- 
land's true grievance, n. p. [1875.] 16°. 

Pph. Coll. 

— Ireland and her agitation. New ed. Dub- 
lin, 1867. 12". 4518.18 

An advocate of Repeal. 

Fitzgibbon, Gerald. Ireland in 1868. 2d ed. 
L., 1868. 8°. 4573-14 

Opposed to disestablishment, and very conservative on the 
land question. 

Godkin, J. Land war in Ireland. L., 1870. 

[Ordered.] 

Grant, Sir A., ed. Recess studies. Edinb., 
1870. 8°. 4574-" 

The first paper is by Geo. C. Broderick : The Irish land 
question. 

Heron, R. M. The aristocracy and the people. 
Industry for Ireland. L., 1870. 8°. 

No. 13 in '^451 1.4 

Jervis, H. J. W. Ireland under British rule. 
L., 1868. 8". 4517.4 

Letter to an editor on the land question. No. 
1, Jan., 1866. Sm. 8°. Pph. Coll. 

Macaulay, James. Ireland in 1872 : with re- 
marks on Irish public questions. L., 1873. Sm. 8°. 

4517.23 

Certain religious factors are held to be the cause of 
troubles and slowness of progress. 

Meagher, T. F. Speeches on legislative inde-. 
pendence of Ireland. N.Y.,1869. ^2°. [Ordered.] 
This author has written much on Irish matters. 



Mill, J. S. Chapters and speeches on the Irish 
land question. L., 1870. Sm. 8°. 5659.6 

The largest paper is on peasant proprietors. 

— England and Ireland. L., 186S. 8°. 4518.5 

In vol. 5 of his " Dissertations " [2473.54] is a review of 
Leslie's " Land system of Ireland, etc." and also papers on 
land tenure. 

Morris, W. O'C. Letters on the land question 
of Ireland. L., 1870. Sm. 8°. 5567.3 

LeUers first written to the " Times," by an Irish landlord, 
whose plan of land reform accords with Senior's. He would 
have the courts examine claims of tenants, and make out for- 
mal leases, thus securing certainty of possession, without 
injury to property. 

Murphy, J. N. Ireland : industrial, political, 
and social. L., 1870. 8°. 5653.6 

Considerations almost entirely of economic aspects. 

Perraud, A. Ireland under English rule. Tr. 
from the French. Dublin, 1864. 8°. 4514-4 

Russell, John, <far/. A letter to Chester For- 
tescue on the state of Ireland. L., 186S. 8°. 

4518.6 

— A second letter. L., 1868. 8°. 6516.1 
Rutherford, John. The secret history of the 

Fenian conspiracy. L., 1S77. 2 v. Sm. 8°. 

2528.17 
Senior, Nassau W. Journals, conversations and 
essays relating to Ireland. L., 1868. 2 v. 8°. 

4518.4 

Besides a few articles reprinted from the Edinb. rev.i 
these volumes contain journals of visits in 1S53, 58, and 63. 
The "Spectator" says that no publication in our time has 
thrown more light on the actual condition of Irish society. 

Sigerson, G. History of the land tenures and 
land classes of Ireland. L., 1871. Sm. 8°. 

[Ordered.] 

Smith, Goldwin. Irish history and Irish char- 
acter. 2d ed. Oxford, 1862. 8°. 45^8.9 

Sullivan, A. M. New Ireland. L., 1S77. 2 v. 
8°. 2526.15 

Same. Phila., 1878. 120. 2526.16 

Carries the political history from the time of " Repeal " 
down to " Home rule" as it stood in 1S77. 



The Present Aspect. 

The best and freshest views are of course to be found in the leading English and other 
periodicals, to which it would be impossible to refer in detail. On the whole, the " Fort- 
nightly," the " Contemporary," and the " Nineteenth Century," afford, thus fdr, the ablest 
opinions on both sides. The manuscript index to current literature contains references, and is 

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IRELAND AND THE LAND QUESTION 



always accessible to readers in the Bates Hall. The SessiorAl papers of Great Britain necessarily 
contain much material. See in particular " Land owners in Ireland. Returns of owners of land of 
one acre and upwards." (In Accounts and papers, 1876, vol. 80.) An index to "Accounts and 
papers," from 1870-80, is in vol. 83, for 1880. The speeches of John Bright [4569.22; 457361- 
2441.61], of Gladstone, of Disraeli [2311.50, vol. 2], and other Pariiamentarv leaders, 'show the 
sentiments of the several parties. Dod's Parliamentary register [4539a.3i]' gives the attitude 
of each member on this question. Below are given the titles of lately added books, to the 
Public Library, dealing particularly with the land question, together with the titles of some not yet 
added, but likely to be. 



A., M. Cooperation in land tillage. L. [1881.] 
Sm. 8°. 5562.66 

On pp. 57-71, cooperation, instead of small tenants, is 
urged for Ireland. 

Arnold, Arthur. Free land. L., 18S0. Sm. 8°. 

5564-63 

The author means by Free land the same thing as Cobden's 
Free trade in land. There are several chapters on peasant 
proprietorship, and one on Ireland. 

Arnold, Matthew. Irish essays and others. 
L., 1882. Sm. 8°. 25103.50 

Written partly before and partly after the passage of the 
present land act. 

Atkins, T. De C. The case of Ireland stated. 
L., 1881. 8°. Pph. Coll. 

Becker, B. H. Disturbed Ireland. L., 1881. 
Sm. 8°. 2510.19 

Letters to the " Daily News," not pretending to any polit- 
ical views on the land question, but simply describing the 
people and land laws ; though the chapters on Boycott and 



Bence Jones incline to the side of the landlords. 
Blackie, John S. Lay sermons. L., 1881. 



5445-73 
5445-75 



— Same. N. Y., 1881. 12°. 

Contains a chapter on landlords and land laws. 

Blake, H. A. Pictures from Ireland. By 
Terence McGrath [peud.]. L.', 1880. Sm. 8°. 

2479.20 

Inimical in tone towards the Irish people. 

Boucicault, D. The story of Ireland. B., 
1881. 8". [Ordered.] 

Brodrick, G. C. Political studies. L., 1879. 
8°. 2527.17 

One chapter contains a brief history of the Irish land 
question. 

Burke, Edmund. Letters, speeches, and tracts 
on Irish affairs [1769-97]. Collected by Matthew 
Arnold. L., 1881. Sm. 8°. 2510.26 

Arnold, in his " Irish essays," says, "the Irish questions 
which now press upon us should make us seek out and read 
every essay, letter, and speech of Burke, on the subject of 
Ireland." 

Cashman, D. B. The life of Michael Davitt. 
With a history of the National land league. B., 
1881. 12°. 2510.25 

Cox, S. S. Free land and free trade. N. Y., 
1880. i6». 3647.71 

Contains three chapters on Irish land. 

Cusack, Mary F. The case of Ireland stated ; 
a plea for my people and my race. Dublin, 
1880. Sm. 8°. 2510.20 

Made up of extracts from newspapers, correspondence, 
speeches, etc., of contemporary interest. It is a good ac- 
count of the social relations of landlords and tenants. 

Dennehy, H. E. The outcome of land re- 
form. The happy peasant proprietors of Europe. 
Dublin, iSSi. 8°. 5563.65 

Doyle, J. P. Old Ireland improved and made 
new Ireland. L., i88i. Sm. 8°. 2510.24 



Dun, Finlay. Landlords and tenants in Ire- 
land. L., 1881. Sm. 8». 5563.65 

Letters first published in the " Timci." 

Erin-Go-Bragh, pseud. Then and now; or 
Irish plots and Irish plotters. Dublin, 1882. i6». 

Pph. Coll. 

Counsels moderation. 

Errington, G. Irish land question : a letter to 
Mr. Childers. L., 1881. 8». [Ordered.] 

Fisher, Joseph. The history of land holding 
in Ireland. L., 1877. Sm. 8». 2526.1* 

Defends tenant rights. 

Flatley, P. J. Ireland and the land league. 
Key to the Irish question. B., 1881. 16°. 1986.5 

George, Henry. The Irish land question. An 
appeal to the land leagues. N. Y., i88i. i2<». 

5563.70 

Mr. George, in his " Progress and poverty " [5566. tS], pro- 
posed the substitution of a common for an mdlvidual owner- 
ship in land, as a means of social melioration. 

Great Britain. The land law Ireland act 
[1881], with notes, index, and precis, by R. 
Johnston. L., 1881. Sm. 8". 5563.67 

Hallett, T. G. P. Tenant right question. L., 
1881. 8°. [Ordered.] 

Higgins, C. The Irish land question : fact* 
and arguments. L., 1881. 8°. [Ordered.] 

Irish problem. The, and how to solve it. L., 
i88i. 8«. [Ordered.] 

Irish seditions, from 1792 to 1880. L., i88a 
8°. ^Ordered.] 

Jones, W. Bence. The life's work in Ireland 

of a landlord who tried to do his duty. L., 1880. 

Sm. 80. 5564-«4 

The author, an Englishman, disbelieves in the practical 

workings of peasant proprietorship. 

Kay,J. Free trade in land. 3d ed. L., 1879. 
Sm. 8°. 3566.77 

Suggests, on p. ^99 et tea., radical changes in Iri»h land 
law. The book is endorsed by John Bright. 
Kinnear, J. B. Ireland. 2d ed. L., 1881. 

Sm. 8°. P'^*'^^ 

— Principles of property in land. N. Y., 1880. 

Sm. 8°. 55«4-79 

A good summary for the present time. 
Lefevre, G. Shaw. English and Irish land 
Collected essays. L., 1881. Sm. 8». 
55««-«« 

He has endeavored to explain in popular language the 
legal questions involved. 

— The working of the Bright clauses of the 
Irish land act, 1870. Dublin, 1879- Sm. S*. 5564-ft7 

Reprinted in •' English and Irish land question*." Advo- 
cates increased facilities by the SUte for pcamant propriet«>f- 
ship. J 

Longfield, M. The tetiurc of Und in Ireland. 
(/« Systems of land tenure in rariou* countries. 
Ed. by J. W. Probyn.) ,^ , 3567-67 

McDermot, G. Land law act, 81, landlord 
and tenant act. '70. L., 1881. 8f. [Ordered.] 



questions. 



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April, 



Molinari, G. de. L'Irlande, le Canada, Jersey ; 
lettres addressees au Journal des D^bats. P., 
i83i. i8°. 2269a.68 

What relates to Ireland is on the land question. 

O'Brien, R. B. The parliamentary history of 
the Irish land question, from 1829 to 1869; and 
the origin and results of the Ulster custom. L., 
i88d. Sm. 8'. 356oa.55 

Defends the Ulster system as the least which can be 
accepted. 

Parnell, Fannv. The hovels of Ireland. N. Y. 
[18S0.] 8°. ' Pph. Coll. 

Philp, K. Boycotting. N. Y., 1881. 8^ 

[Ordered.] 
Practical politics. L., i83i. 8°. 2510.27 

Contains " The tenant fanner," by J. Howard, and " Free- 
dom of land," by G. Shaw Lefevre. 

Q., pseud. Quixote's baby in Ireland, Nov., 
1881. Dublin, 1882. 16°. Pph. Coll. 

Report of the proceedings at the great aggre- 
gate meeting of Irish landlords, Dublin, 3d 
Jan., 1882. Dublin, 18S2. 8». Pph. Coll. 

Revolution : the only remedy. A reply to 
"Dunraven." [2ded.] n.p. [1880.] 8". Pph. Coll. 



Richard, R. Ireland in 1880. With \t\.x\ agri- 
cultural] map of Ireland according to Giiffith's 
valuation. L., 1881. Sm. 4°. Pph. Coll. 

Richey, Alexander G, The Irish land laws. 
L., 1880. Sm. 8'. 5562.59 

Russell, Ch. "Nevi' views on Ireland," or 
Irish land. L.. 1880. Sm. 8°. 5564-83 

Letters based on actual visits in Ireland, particularly in 
Kerry. It is said that these letters were refused publication 
by the "Times." 

Staples, R. Agitation in Ireland, from a land- 
lord's point of view. L., 1881. 8". [Ordered.] 

Tuke, James H. Irish distress and its reme- 
dies. The land question. A visit to Donegal 
and Connaught in the spring of i83o. 5th ed. 
L., 1880. Map. 8^ 5562.67 

One ot the most trustworthy of recent pamphlets. 

Virgilius, A'^ttff. Parnell. N. Y., 1S80. 8". 

[Ordered.] 

Wilde, Jane F. S., lady. The American Irish. 

2ded. Dublin. [188-.='] Sm. 8°. Pph. Coll. 

States fairly the merits of the present discontent. Lady 
Wilde is the mother of Oscar Wilde, the poet. 



Civil-Service. 



The following list contains the most important recent publications upon Civil-service reform, 
now in the Library. It does not attempt to include all that has been written, relating more or less 
to the subject. The student who wishes to pursue his investigations farther, especially in the early 
years of our history, is referred to Mr. Foster's Literature of Civil-service reform [No. 6 in 5561.65]. 
He should also consult the files of Harper's Weekly, the Nation, and Congressional Record. 



Adams, H. B. Civil-service reform. (N. A. 
review, Oct., 1869.) 3i53-i-io9 

— Same. B., 1869. 8°. No. 6 in 5561.59 
Andrews, C. C. Report on the civil-service in 

Sweden. L., 1877. 8°. No. 17 in 5561.59 

B., R. H. Our civil-service; its past and its 
future. (Unitarian review, May, 187S.) 7501.50.9 

Bellows, H. W. Civil-service reform. (N. A. 
review, March, 1880.) 3i53-i>i30 

Bing, J. Our civil-service. (Putnam's mag., 
Aug., 1868 ) 5285.1, n.s. 2 

Boston civil-service reform association. Offi- 
cers, constitution, and by-laws. B., 1881. 8°. 

No. 16 in 5561.62 

Cambridge, Mass. Constitution and officers 
of the Cambridge association. (/« Civil-service 
reform assoc. Purposes.) No. 5 in 5561.65 

Cary, E. The administration and civil-service 
reform. (Internat. review, March, 1879.) 5321.2.6 

Civil-service record. Nos. i-io. B., 1881-S2. 

[Have.] 

Civil-service reform association. Purposes. 
N. Y., 1881. 8°. No. I in 5561.64 

— Same. With constitution and officers of the 
Cambridge association. Camb., 1881. i6°. 

No. 5 in 5561.65 
Clarke, W. The " spoils" system in American 
politics. (Contemp. rev., Oct., 1S81.) 7321.3.40 
Cox, J. D. Civil-service reform. (N. A. re- 
view, Jan., 1871.) 3153.1.112 
Cox, S. S. Pretense and practice. Can fraud 
reform civil-service.' Speech, March 12, 1S78. 
Wash., 1878. 8°. No. 19 in 5561.59 



Coxe, B. Von Mohl on modes of filling civil 
offices. (Journal of social science, 1871.) 

No. 4 in 5572.67 

Curtis, G. W. Civil-service reform. Address 
at National confer, of Unitarian churches, Sept. 
20, 1878. (Unitarian review, Nov., 187S.) 

No. 7 in 5561.62 ; 7501.50.10 

A report of Mr. Curtis* address at Music Hall, Boston, 
April 2S, iSSi, may be found in the Boston Herald of the 
29th. The files of Harper's weekly contain much upon this 
subject. 

Dana, R. H. Points in American politics. 
(N. A. review, Jan., 1877.) 3153.1. 124 

Dawes, H. L. 

The bill introduced by Mr. Dawes may be seen in the 
Boston daily advertiser of Jan. 34, 1882. His letters upon 
the subject are in the same paper, of various dates, in Feb. 
and March, 1SS2. 

Dickson, W. M. The new political machine. 
(N. A. review, Jan., 1882.) 3i53-i-i34 

Earle, A. L. Our revenue system and the 
civil-service. N. Y., 1878. [Economic mono- 
graphs, no. 5.] 160. No. 5 in 3649-78 

— Same. For International free trade alliance. 
N. Y. 24°. No. 2 in 5561.65 

Eaton, D. B. Assassination and the spoils 
system. (Princeton review, Sept., i88i.) 

5422.50, 1881, vol. 2 ; No. 14 in 5561.62 

— Cincinnati convention. Conditions upon 
which the republicans can elect a president, as 
affected by the question of civil- service reform. 
N.Y.,iS76. 8^ No. 5 in 5561.62; No. 17 in 4224.52 

— Civil-service. (Congregationalist, Jan. 11, 
1S82.) 



1882. 

Eaton, D. B. , continued. 

— Civil-service in Great Britain. N. Y., 
i83o. 8=>. 2510.H 

The introduction, by G. W. Curtis, gives a brief sketch of 
the civil-service movement in this country. 

— Civil-service reform. (Penn monthly, 
April, 1S81. 5254.50.12 

From the Report submitted to the president. 

— Experiment of civil-service reform. [Am. 
social science asso., Detroit, May, 1S75.] 8°. 

No. 15 in 5561.59 

— Same. (Journal of social science, May, 
1876.) No. 8 in 5572.67 

— New phase of the reform movement. (N. 
A. review, June, 1881.) 3153. 1. 132 

In reply to Judge Tourgee's article. 

— Patronage monopoly and the Pendleton 
bill. (Princeton review, March, 1882.) 

5422.50, 1882, vol. I 

— The "spoils" system and civil-service re- 
form in the custom-house and post-office at New 
York. N. Y., 18S1. 8°. No. 3 in 5561.64 

— Termand tenure of office. (Penn monthly, 
1881, 1882.) 525450, 1881, 1882 

A report of Mr. Eaton's address in Sanders Theatre, 
Cambridge, Nov. 30, iSSi, may be found in the Boston papers 
of the following day. 

Eliot, S. Civil-service reform. (Journal of 
social science, 1869.) 5572.67.1 

Fenton, R. E. Customs service. Speech, 
Jan. 8, 1872. Wash., 1872. 8°. No. 10 in 5561.59 

Field, D. D. Political corruption the root of 
the evil. (Internal, review, Jan., 1877.) 5321.2.4 

Foster, W. E. Civil-service reform movement. 
B., 1882. 160. No. 7 in 5561.65 

— Literature of civil-service reform in the 
U.S. Prov., 1881. 16°. No. 6 in 5561.65 

Garfield and civil-service reform. Broadside. 

No. 15 in 5561.62 

Godkin, E. L. The civil-service reform con- 
troversy. (N. A. review, April, 1882.) 3153.1.134 

Graves, E. O. How it was done in Great Britain. 
(Scribner's monthly, June, 1877.) 7392.2.14 

Great Britain. See Eaton, D. B. ; — Graves, 
E. O.;— Jackson, A. W. ; — Waters, E. F. ; — 
and Report by Mr. Jenckes, May 25, 1868. 

The regular file of British parliamentary documents in 
Bates Hall gives all the official reports. 

Hain, A. H. F. Brief essay on the< civil ser- 
vice of the U. S. Wash., 1869. 8°. 

No. 3 in 5561.59 

Harris, J. A. Boss-ism and civil-service re- 
form. (Penn monthly, Jul^, 1881.) 5254.50.12 

Hitchcock, R. D. Civil-service reform. A 
discourse, Thanksgiving day, Nov. 30, 1871. 
N. Y., 1871. No. I in 5561.65 

Hoar, G. F. The appointing power. (N. A. 
review, Nov., 1881.) 3i53.i-i33 

Howe, T. O. Speech [on tenure of office], 
Feb. 6, 1867. Wash., 1867. 8«. No. i in 5561.62 

Hoyt, J. W. Requisites to a reform of the 
civil-service. [Wisconsin acad. of science, arts, 
and letters, 1874.] 8°. No. 12 in 5561.59 

Jackson, A. W. Civil-service in England and 
America. (Unitarian review, Sept., Oct., 1881.) 

7501.50.16 

Jay, J. Civil-service reform. (N. A. review, 
Sept.-Oct., 1878.) 3153.1.127 

Relates especially to the N. Y. ctistom'house. 



CIVn^SERVICB 



Jenckes, T. A. Civil-service. Speech, April 

5, 1869. 8^. W., 1869. 8». No. 4 in 5561.59 

These speeches may be found also in the Congressional 

— Civil-service in the U. S. [From N. A. 
review, Oct.. 1S67.] B , 1867. 8». 

No. I in 5561.59; No. 29 in 4421.65 

— Same. (N. A. rev., Oct., 1867.) 3153.1. 105 
This bill is printed at the end of the article. 

— Speech, on the bill to regulate civil -service; 
Jan. 29, 1867. Wash, 1867. 8^ No. 3 in 5561.62 

— Speech, on the bill to regulate civil-service, 
May 14, i86S. Wash., 186S. 8\ No. 4 in 5561.6a 

Jenckes, T. A., and others. Civil-service. 
Remarks, May 3-5, 1870. Wash., 1S70. 8". 

No. 7 in 5561.59 

See also U. S. Reports, etc., below. 

Julian, G. W. Death struggle of the republi- 
can party. (N. A. review, March-April. 1878.) 

3153.1.126 

— Is the reformer any longer needed? (N. A. 
review, Sept.-Oct., 1878.) 3x53.1.127 

Lea, H. C. How shall the "spoils system" 
be abolished? (Penn monthly, March, I'SSi.) 

^ ^ 5a54.50«3 

Leammg, T. The American incubus. (Penn 
monthly, Oct., i88i.) 5254.50.12 

, Limet, F. La r^forme du service civil aux 
Etats-Unis. (Revue britannique, Jan., 1881.) 

53893.50, 1881, vol. I 

Macdonough, A. R. Civil-service reform. 
(Harper's magazine, March, 1870.) 5230.1a.40 

Mann, J. B. Civil-service and Jenckes' bill. 
8°. No. 5 in 5561.59 

Mayo, A. D. Civil-service reform. (Unitarian 
review, June, 1875.) 75o»-50-3 

Meade, E. R. Administrative reform. Speech, 
July 29, 1876. Wash., 1876. 8°. No. 16 in 5561.59 

New York. [Abstract of civil-serAicc ex- 
aminations in the N. Y. custom-house, April 3 
to June 3, 1879.] ^^S. No. 10 in 5561.62 

— Comments upon the civil-service reform in 
the N. Y. customs' service, by a well-wisher, 
Jan. 2, 1880. No. 9 in 5561.6a 

— Regulations in the customs' service and 
sub-treasury of N. Y., March 6, 1S79. S". 

No. 8 in 5561.6* 
See also Mr. Jay's Civil-scoice reform. 

Next phase of civil progress. N. Y., 1874. i8». 
No. 13 in 5561.59 

Parton, J. The beginning of the "sDoils" 
system. (From Life of A. Jackson.) N. Y., 
i88t. S". No. a in 5561.64 

— The power of public plunder. (N. A. 
review, July, 1881.) 3«53«-«J3 

— Uncle Sam's treatment of his servants. 
(/« his Topics of the time.) 894-X7 

Patterson, C. S. Municipal reform and civil- 
service reform. (Penn monthly, April, i88i.) 

5354.50. 14 

Pendleton, G. H. Civil-Ber\ ice reform. Speech 
in the Senate, Dec. 13. 1881. No. 13 in 55««-6* 

Also in Boston herald. Dec. i^, iSSi, and in Con(i!re*»io««l 
record. Dec. i j, iSSi. The Pendleton hill l« No. n io sjOi^AJ. 
and is reprinted in Foster's Civil.»cr» ice. 

Prentiss, G. L. Our national bane. N. Y., 
1877. 16". No. 18 in 5561.59; a3«9- 74 

Roscngarten, J. G. Civil-»er%ice reform. 
[From Penn monthly for Nov.] Phila., 187a 
80. No. 8 in 5561.59 ; No. 12 m 3655-57 

No. 6 in 4421.66 



PARLIAMENTARY DOCUMENTS 



April, 



Rosengarten, J. G., continued. 

— Sajiie. (Journal of social science, 1871.) 

No. 21 in 5561.59; No. 4 in 5572.67 

Stickney, A. The people's problem. (Scrib- 

ner's monthly, 1881.) 7392.2.22 

Sumner, W. G. Presidential elections and 

civil-service. (Princeton review, Jan., 1881.) 

542;5.50, 1 881, I 
Sweden. See Andrews, C. C. 
Tourgee, A. W. Reform vs. reformation. (N. 
A. review, April, 1881.) 3153. 1. 132 

United States. 

— Civil-service in the U. S. Report submitted 
by Mr. Jenckes, Feb. 4, 1867. 

39: ii: H. R. rept.. No. 8; No. 2 in 5561.62 

— Civil-service of the U. S. Report submitted 
by Mr. Jenckes, May 25, 1868. 

40 : ii : H. R. rept., No. 47 
The appendix contains testimony of the press, reviews, 
etc., and sketches of civil service in other countries. 

— The foreign service. Report of Mr. Patter- 
son to the senate, July 2, t868. 8°. 

No. 2 in 5561.59 ; 40: ii: S. rept.. No. 154 

— Report of the committee on retrenchment, 
Feb. 21, 1870. 41 : ii : S. rept.. No. 47 (C. 131.12) 

One subject examined was civil service, its conditions, 
appointments, etc. 

— Message of the president. [Recommending 
civil-service reform.] Dec. 5, 1870. 

41 : iii : H. R. Ex. doc. No. i (C. 161.9.1) 

— Message, transmitting the report of the 
commission apppointed to devise rules for the 
civil-service, Dec. 19, 1871. 

42 : ii : Ex. doc. No. 10 

— Same. Reform of the civil service : report 
to the president [on the act approved March 3, 
1871]. Wash., 1871. 8°. No. 9 in 5561.59 

By G. W. Curtis and others. 

— Rules and regulations respecting civil- 
service. Wash., 1872. 8°. No. 11 in 5561.59 



United States, continued. 

— Civil service in the war department, Feb. 
16, 1874. 43: i: E. doc, No. 139 (C. 257.1. 10) 

— Report of the Civil-service commission, 
April 15, 1874. Wash., 1874. 8°. 

43 : i : H. R. Exec, doc. No. 221 
A note gives the resolutions of various republican con- 
ventions, endorsing the proposed reform. The law appoint- 
ing this commission may oe found in " Acts and resolu- 
tions, Dec. 5, iS70-April 30, 1S71" (C. 139.10, 1S70-71). 

— Report of the Civil-service commission, 
April 15, 1874. 43 : i : S. doc, No. 53 

No. 14 in 5561.59 

— Resolution : That a committee of five mem- 
bers of the Senate be appointed to examine the 
branches of civil service, Feb. 19, 1875. 

43: ii: Sen. Misc. doc. No. 97 (C. 256.8.1) 

— Report, from select committee, to examine 
the branches of civil service, April 27, 1876. 

44: i : S. rept.. No. 289 (C. 253.3.1) 

— Testimony taken by the committee on civil- 
service. Wash., 1878. 8*. No. 6 in 5561.62 

45 : ii: H. of R. Misc. docs.. No. 36 
(C. 266.2, vol. 3) 

— Report, Feb. 24, 1880. On civil service 
and retrenchment. 46 : ii : S. rept.. No. 303 

(C. 260. B. 1, vol. 2) 

— Letter from the Secretary of the treasury, 
giving information in relation to appointments in 
the N. Y. custom-house. Feb. 28, 1881. 

46: iii : S. Ex. doc, No. 61 ; No. 12 in 5561.63 

— Regulation and improvement of the civil- 
service. Wash., 1881. 46 : iii: S. rept.. No. 872 

No. II in 5561.62 

Report presented by Mr. Pendleton, Feb. 16, iSSi. This 

Bill is reprinted in Foster's Civil-service reform movement. 

Waters, E. F. The great struggle in England 
for honest government. B., 1878. 8". 

No'. 20 in 5561.59 

White, A. D. Do the spoils belong to the 
victors? (N. A. review, Feb. 1882.) 3153.1134 



Parliamentary Sessional Papers of Great Britain, Session of 1880. 



The following is a selected list of subjects treated in the Sessional papers of 1880. 
An index to the papers for i860 to 78-9 constitutes volume 83 of the papers for 1880. 

Abbreviations : A. P. — Accounts and papers ; R.C. — Reports of committees ; R.Cr. — Reports of cominiisi6AM. 



Accounts, Public. R.C. 8 

Afghanistan, Correspondence [etc.] relating to 

affairs of. ^ A. P. 53 

Africa, South, Correspondence [etc.] relating 

to affairs of. A. P. 50, 51 

Agricultural interests commission. R.Cr. 18 
Alkali acts. R.Cr, 14 

Army affairs. R.Cr. 13 

— Estimates. A.P. 41 

— Militia and volunteers. A.P. 42 
Bankruptcy act. R.C. 8 
Banks, Chartered, bill. R.C. 8 
Bills, Public. Vol. 1-7 
Births and deaths registration bill. R.C. 8 



Births, deaths, and marriages. 

R.Cr. 16, 17; A.P. 76 
Bradlaugh, Charles. See Parliamentary oath. 
British museum. Income and expenditures. 
1879-80. A.P. 55 

Cattle diseases of the United States. A.P. 56 
Charities. A.P. 54 

Charities, City parochial. R.Cr. 20 

Charity commission. R.Cr. 18 

Church estates commissioners. R.Cr. 18 

Civil service. R.Cr. ai 

Civil service estimates. A.P. 45-47 

Colonies. A.P. 48-51 

Commercial reports from consuls. A.P. 72-75 



1882. 

Commons. R.C. 8 

Contagious diseases acts. R.C. 8 

Co-operative stores. R.C. 8 

Customs. R.Cr. i8 

Debtors, Fraudulent, bill. R.C. 9 

Dublin. Sewerage and drainage. R.Cr. 30 
Ecclesiastical institutions. Finances. A.P. 54 

Education. England and Wales. R.Cr. 22 

— Ireland. R.Cr. 23 

— Scotland. R.Cr. 24 

— Finances. A.P. 54, 55 

— Science and art department. R.Cr. 25 
Elections. A.P. 57, 58 
England. Births, deaths, etc. R.Cr. i6 
Explosions and explosives. R.Cr. 15 
Factories, Inspector of. R.Cr. 14 
Finance. A.P. 40 
Fisheries. R.Cr. 14 
Fishing vessels (regulations as to lights). R.C.8 
Greenwich observatory. R.Cr. 25 
Index to Parliamentary papers. 1870 to 78-9. 

A.P. 83, pt. 1 

India, East. A.P. 52, 53 
Includes reports on famine, railways, etc. 

■ Ireland. Agricultural statistics. A.P. 76 

— Births, deaths, and marriages. R.Cr. 16 

— Births and deaths registration bill. R.C. 8 

— Land act. 1870. A.P. 56 

— Land sales. A.P. 56 

— Law and crime. A.P. 60 

— Local government board. R.Cr. 28 

— Municipal boundaries. R.Cr. 30 
Judicial statistics. A.P. 77 
Lav7 and crime. A.P. 59 
Libel, Law of. R.C. 9 
Liverpool. Water supply. R.C. 10 
Local government board. R.Cr. 26-28 
Local government and taxation. A.P. 61, 62 
London. Water supply. R.C. 10 
Lunacy. R.Cr. 29 
Merchant shipping. R.C. 11 



Meteorology. 

Mines. 

Mint. 

Municipal corporations. 

Navy. Accounts, etc. 

— Estimates. 

National gallery. 

Paris. Exhibition of 1878. 

Parliamentary oath. 

Patents. 

Police. 

Post office. 

Post office telegraphs. 

Potato crop. 

Prisons. 

Public records. 

Public works. 

Railways. 

Railways. Accidents. 



NOTES 

R.Cr. 25 

R.Cr. 15 

R.Cr. 18 

R.Cr. 31 

A.P. 44 

A.P. 43 

R.Cr. as 

RCr. 32, 33 

R.C. la 

R.Cr. as 

A.P. 59; R.Cr. 34 

R.Cr. tg 

A.P. 40 

R.C. 12 

A.P.59;R.Cr. 35, 36 

R.Cr. 38 

R.Cr. 16 

A.P. 64 ; R.Cr. tg 

A.P. 63 



Reformatory and industrial schools. R.Cr. 37 
Salmon fisheries. R.Cr. 14 

Scotland. Births, deaths, etc. R.Cr. 17 

Shipping. A.P. 65 

Slave trade. A.P. 6g 

Solar physics. R.Cr. 25 

South Kensington museum. Metallurgical 

laboratory. A.P. 55 

State papers. A.P. 78-8a 

Statistical abstract for the United Kingdom 

from 1865-79. A.P. 76- 

Statistics. A.P. 76 

Sugar industries. R.C. xa 

Tay bridge disaster. R.Cr. 3g 

Tithes. R.Cr. ig 

Trade. A.P. 67-71 

Trade and navigation accounts. A.P. 70, 71 
Turnpike acts. R.C. xa 

Veterinary department. R.Cr. ig 

Water supply. See Liverpool ; — London. 
Weights and measures. R.Cr.as 

Woods, forests and land revenues. R.Cr.xg 



Notes. 



Dorchester Branch Library. — A new 

catalogue of 229 pages, in double columns, has 
just been printed for the Dorchester Branch 
Library. This Library was opened to the public 
January 25, 1875, at which time there were about 
3,700 volumes on the shelves. The number on 
the ist of April, 1S82, was 11,303 volumes. There 
are two delivery stations of this branch, one 
at the Lower Mills Village, and one, recently 
established, at Mattapan. Holders of cards at 
this Branch Library and the two delivery sta- 
tions can take out one volume at a time from 
the Branch, and one volume from the Bates 
Hall of the Central Library. One volume, also, 
can be taken from the Lower Hall of the Central 
Library, if the applicant at the time has none 



from the Branch. These books, if in the Cen- 
tral Library at the time, will be delivered on the 
day after the application is made. 



Maps of Boston. — The Librarian, hairing 
learned of the existence of a considerable num- 
ber of maps of Boston and its vicinity, between 
the years 1705 and 1775, existing among the 
"King's Maps" in the British Museum, has 
made them the subject of correspondence with 
the Librarian of the Museum, with a view to 
having copies made for the Public Library. It 
is expected that these maps will throw light 
upon the growth of the city and the neighboring 
country. 



"3 



NOTES 



AprlL 



Theodore Parker. — The Trustees have re- 
ceived, by gilt from Miss Matilda Goddard, a 
complete set of the writings of Theodore Par- 
ker, consisting of published volumes, articles 
in reviews and periodicals, occasional sermons, 
addresses and reports, and newspaper cuttings, 
the same being designed to constitute a complete 
collection of all the printed writings of Mr. 
Parker. 



New Building. — On petition of the City 
Council the Legislature has passed a bill author- 
izing the City of Boston to take for the Public 
Library the necessary land belonging to private 
parties adjoining the 32,500 feet of land granted 
by the State of Massachusetts. The Trustees 
have been directed by the City Council to con. 
sider and report upon the suitability of the new 
English High and Latin School Building for the 
Public Library. 



Reading Room and Delivery Room at the 
North End. — The School Committee of Bos- 
ton have placed a room in the basement of the 
Cushman school-house, on Parmenter street, at 
the disposal of the Trustees for a reading room 
and delivery station for the Public Library. It is 
the intention of the Trustees to place therein 
about one thousand volumes of books, with a 
collection of magazines, and to open it for the 
use of the public as soon as practicable. 



Centennial Map of the United States. — 
The Hon. Leopold Morse has presented to the 
Public Library the CentenniaJ map of the United 
States, which has been compiled, under the 
direction of the Committee on Public Lands, of 
the House of Representatives, by William L. 
Woods. This map, which measures ninety-three 
by one hundred and forty-two inches, and has 
been compiled from the official surveys of the 



General Land Office and other authentic source.*, 
has been mounted and hung in the Bates Hall 
Study. 



Books for the Blind. — Samuel Gurney, of 
England, a nephew of Mrs. Fry, has presented 
to the Boston Public Library the Bible, in sixty- 
five quarto volumes, printed for the blind. 
This gift was made at the suggestion of Mr. 
Charles F. Dennet, of Brighton, England, who 
has sent to the library a copy of a selection 
from Longfellow's Poems, printed for the blind. 
These volumes are printed in embossed type, as 
designed by Dr. William Moon, of Brighton, 
England, and used by him in the printing of 
numerous books, a list of which, together with an 
account of his system, can be found in his "Light 
for the blind " [3596.69]. Recent English papers 
announce the death of Mr. Gurney, early in the 
month of April. 

The Public Library has a considerable col- 
lection of books of this kind, printed mostly at 
the Perkins Institution and Massachusetts Asy- 
lum. The titles of these are to be found in the 
Card Catalogue under the heading Blind. 
(Books printed for the blind.) 



Charles Darwin. — A list of references in 
periodical literature to Darwin and Darwinism 
can be found in the Card Catalogue in the Bates 
Hall. These titles are taken from the forth- 
coming new edition of Poole's Index, and they 
are also printed in the Boston Daily Advertiser, 
April 22, 1882. 



RoxBURY Branch. — A Portrait of Dr. Henry 
Bartlett, by Billings, has been presented to the 
Fellowes Athenseum by Miss Anna S. Everett. 
Dr. Bartlett was one of the original Trustees 
of the Fellowes Athenaeum, and his library, at 
the death of his widow, came into the possession 
of the Athenzeum. 



124 



BULLETIN 



BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY. 



JULY, 1882. 



VOL. s- No. J. 



WHOLE No. 62. 



TRUSTEES OF THE CORPORATION. 
William W. Greenough, President. 



Solomon B. Stebbins, Alderman. 
William H. Whitmork Councilman. 
James Freeman Clarke. 



Samuel A. B. Abbott. 
George B. Chase. • 
Henry W. Haynes. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 

Mellen Chamberlain, Librarian and Clerk of the Corporation. 
James L. Whitney, Principal Assistant Librarian. 



Arthur M. Knapp, Curator of Periodicals and 
Pamphlets. 

William H. Foster, Proof-reader. 

Jos6 F. Carret, Curator of Patents and En- 
gravings, and Registrar. 



Appleton p. C. Griffin, Custodian of Shelves. 
William F. Robinson, Registration Clerh. 
Thomas H. Cummings, Curator of Lo-wer Hall 

Catalogue. 
Louis F. Gray, Office Secrttary, 



William E. Ford, Janitor, Central Library. 



LIBRARIANS OF DEPARTMENTS. 



Arthur M. Knapp, Bates Hall. 
Edward Tiffany, Lower Hall. 
Mary E. Brock, Brighton. 
Cornelius S. Cart^e, Charlestown. 
Mary G. Coffin, Dorchester. 



Sarah C. Godbold, East Boston. 
Eliza R. Davis, Jamaica Plain. 
Sarah Bunker, Roxbury. 
Alice J. Bragdon, South Boston. 
Grace A. De Borges, South End. 



Mary A. Hill, Custodian, Lower Mills. 
Harriet L. Towner, Custodian, Mattapan. 



Robert M. Otis, Custodian, Roslindale. 
Anna Hibbard, Custodian, W. Roxbury. 



Information for Readers 126 

Bates Hall 127 

Lower Hall and Branches 162 



C ONTENTS. 

Charlestown Branch Library 
South End Branch Library 
Notes 



173 

»74 
176 



INFORMATION FOR READERS. 



Number of Volumes and Hours. 

All departments are open every secular day 
except the six legal holidays, — February 23, 
Fast Day, Memorial Day, July 4, Thanksgiving 
and Christmas, — and such other days as the 
Trustees may direct. 

The Bates Hall is open from nine o'clock, a.m., 
until six, P.M., from October to March, inclusive, 
and until seven o'clock during the rest of the 
year. The Lower Hall of the Central Library is 
open from half-past eight o'clock, a.m., to nine 
o'clock, P.M. From July 1 to August 30, inclu- 
sive, the time of closing is one hour earlier. 
The Central Reading Room for Periodicals is 
open from nine o'clock, a.m., until ten, p.m., and 
on Sundays from two to ten. From July i to 
August 30, inclusive, the time of closing is one 
hour earlier. During, these two months the 
Branch Libraries close one hour earlier than the 
time mentioned in the following table. 



Bates Hall 

Newspaper Room . . . 
Duplicate Room . . . 

Lower Hall 

Brighton Branch . . • 
Charlestown Branch . 
Dorchester Branch . . 
East Boston Branch . 
Jamaica Plain Branch . 
Lower Mills Delivery . 
Mattapan Delivery . . 

Roslindale Delivery . . 

Roxbury Branch . . . 
South Boston Branch . 
South End Branch . . 
West Roxbury Delivery 



Totals 



Hours. 

) toy 



8.30 to 9 
9 to 8»t 
9 to 8* 
9 toS* 
9 to 8* 
9 to 8*t 
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Mostly Recent Publications. 



Abbe, Frederic R. The temple rebuilt. A 
poem. New ed., enl. B., 1882. 12°. 345oa.87 

Abbott, Edwin A. Onesimus : memoirs of a 
disciple of St. Paul. B., 1882. 16°. 5444-66 

Abd al-Latif. Relation de I'figjpte, par Abd- 
AUatif, m^decin arabe de Bagdad; suivie de 
divers extraits d'ecrivains orientaux, et d'un dtat 
des provinces et des villages de I'Egypte dans le 
xive siecle. Trad, et enrichi de notes par 
Silvestre de Sacy. P., 1810. 4°. *5052.52 

Acoustics. See Everett. 

Adams, Charles K. Manual of historical 
literature, brief description of histories in Eng- 
lish, French, and German, with suggestions as 
to historical study. N. Y., 1882. 8". *2i59-9 

Adams, Francis. History of the elementary 
school contest in England. L., 1882. 8°. 3594-66 

Adams, George. Genealogy of the Adams 
family, of Kingston, Mass. B., 1861. 8". •4338-66 

Adams, John Q^ See Morse. 

Adams family. See Appleton. 

Adler, M. and H. La bouche. P., 1881. Illus. 
18°. 58093.31 

Relates entirely to the teeth. 

Adonis. See Bourquenoud ; — Brugsch. 
Adulterations. See Dufour. 
Esthetics. See Dyer. 
Africa, South. See Dobbs ; — Leyland. 
Agriculture. See Bowick ; — Rogers. 



Airy, Sir George B., ed. Account of observa- 
tions of the transit of Venus, 1874, Dec. 8, made 
under the authority of the British government. 
L., i88i. Illus. 4°. ••soaoa.se 

Alabama. See Brewer. 

Alcohol. Sec Hargreaves. 

Alcott, Amos Bronson. Sonnets and canzo- 
nets. B., 1882. 12°. a39ob.7« 

With an essay on the sonnet and canaonet, by F. B. 
Sanborn. 

— Same. [With portraits and autograph. 1 

••2390.50 

Fifty copies printed. 

Alexis, Paul. Emile Zola. Notes d'un ami. 
Avec des vers in^dits de Zola. P., iSSj. Portr. 
1 20. 4649«-74 

Allies, Mary H. Three catholic reformer* of 
the isth century. L., 187S. Sm. 8". 3557-7* 

Contents. — Si. yincent Ferrer, iJS7-«4'9; SI. Bemar- 
dine of Siena; St. John CiipUtran, 1385-1450- 

Alliteration. See Woclfflin. 

Almanach des spectacles [publi^ par A. 
Soubiesl. Continuant Tancien Almanach de« 
spectacles. T. 1-7- 1874-80. P- '87.^-8i^7 v. 
Etched portrs. 32". 40»«-55 

There is. on shelf no. G. 3568-1. •«^'"P''*«,»*V«'l*/"w 
published, of the old " Almanach," from «tS;- SrS-*^ 
note under Calendrier historique in the card caUlogu* of 
the Barton library. 



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July, 



Almanach des traditions populaires. [E. Rol- 
land, ed.] leann^e. P., 1882. 24°. *6i98.4 

Contains among other matter an '' Adresse des Folklo- 
ristes" and " Bibliographic." 

Alq, Louise d', pseud. Les secrets du cabinet 
de toilette. Conseils et recettes, par une femme 
du monde, sous la direction de madame Louise 
d'Alq. Nouv. ed. P., 1881. 8°. 6005.9 

Altmueller, F. Aegypten, Sinai-Halbinsel und 
Palastina. Begleitbericht zum Reliefplane der 
genannten Lander. Cassel, 1861. 8°. 

No. 19 in **5052.25 

Alvisi, Edoardo. Cesare Borgia, duca di 
Romagna. Notizie e documenti. Imola, 1878. 
16°. 2748.58 

Amarji, Ranchodji. Tarikh-i-Sorath. History 
of the provinces of Sorath and Halar in Kathia- 
wad. Tr. from the Persian. Bombay, 1882. 12°. 

3078.56 

America (hymn). See Smith, S. F. 

American church [Prot. episc] review. April, 
1882. N.Y., 1882. 8°. *5i42.5 

American iron and steel association. Tariff 
tract no. 1-4,1881. \_Also\ Hold the fort ! ; The 
tariff. Speech of Justin S. Morrill, in the 
Senate, Dec. 8, 1881, on the bill to establish a 
tariff commission. Phila., 1881. 8". *5649a.56 

In favor of a protective tariff. 

Ames, James B. Selection of cases on the 
law of bills and notes and other negotiable 
paper. With references and citations, and also 
an index and summary. Prepared for use in Har- 
vard law-school. B., 1881. 2 v. 8°. 3663.58 

Amory, Martha B. The domestic and artistic 
life of J. S. Copley, with notices of his works, 
and reminiscences of his son, Lord Lyndhurst. 
B., 1882. Portr. 8°. 4343-75 

Anchor, pseud. See De Peyster, John W. 

Ancient laws of Ireland. Vol. 1-4. Dublin, 
1865-79. Facsimiles. 8°. 2423.11 

Ancona, Alessandro d'. La poesia popolare 
italiana. Studj. Livorno, 1878. 16". 2777.59 

Contains a list of authorities. 

Andersen, Hans C. See Brandes. 

Anderson, Edward L. On horseback in the 
school and on the road. N. Y., 1882. 12°. 

6007.87 

Anderson, Thomas. History of shorthand, 
with a review of its present condition and pros- 
pects. L., 1882. Sm. 8". 2118:28 

Anderson, William, b. 1805. Genealogy and 
surnames : with some heraldic and biographical 
notices. Edinb., 1865. 8°. 6237.19 

Andrews, William. The book of oddities. 
L., 18S2. Sm. 8°. 2466.61 

Angelucci, Angelo. Ricerche preistoriche e 
storiche nella Italia meridionale, 1872-1875. 
Torino, 1876. Illus. Folded plate. 8°. 2735.17 

Anglo-Saxon language. See Sweet. 

Ann^e politique, 18S1. 8e annee. P., 1882. 
12°. ""22193.15 

Annuario della nobilita italiana. Anno [1-3]. 
1879-81. Pisa, 1878-80. Plates. 32°. *2739a.5i 

Antiquities. See Angelucci ; — Berger ; — 
Bourquenoud ; — Bruzza ; — Conze ; — Dasti \ — 
Garrucci ; — Gozzadini ; — Guardabassi ; — Iris- 
son ; — Lenormant; — Levy; — Marinoni; — 
Materiaux; — Mueller, H. A. ; — Oppert; — 
Poulain ; — Presuhn ; — Promis ; — Smithsonian ; 
Terrien ; — Texier ; — Western. 

See also Calendars ; — Chronology ; — Egypt ; — Hiero- 
glyphics ; — Obelisks ; — Papyri ; — Zodiac. 



Antiquities of Ionia, published by the Society 
of dilettanti. Parts i, 2, 4. L., 1797-188 1. 3 V. 
Plates. F». **Cab.4iC.D.i 

Vol. 2 is a republication of the first part, first issued in 
1769. 

Antoninus, Marcus Aurelius. The fourth book 
of the Meditations. Revised text with trans, and 
commentary, and an appendix on the relations of 
the emperor with Cornelius Fronto. By Hastings 
Crossley. L., 1882. 8". 2972.55 

Appleton, William S. The family of Badcock 
of Massachusetts. B., 1881. 8°. No. 2 in *4334.55 

Corrected and enl. from the N. E. hist, and geneal. reg., 
July, 1S65. 

— Some descendants of William Adams of 
Ipswich, Mass. B., 1881. 8°. No. 1 in *4334.55 

Printed in part in N. E. hist, and geneal. reg., July, 1S64. 

— [Thomas] Grav and [Rowland] Coytmore. 
Two English wills. ' B., 1880. 8°. 

No. 3 in *4334-53 
Reprinted from the N. E. hist, and geneal. reg. for July, 

18S0. 

Appletons' annual cvclopaedia. 1881. New 
ser., vol. 6. N. Y., 1882". Illus. 8». ♦4313. i 

Arabia. Sec Marcel. 

Arabian language. See Palmer, E. H. 

Archinard, Andre. La chronologie sacr^e, 
bas^e sur les decouvertes de Champollion. P., 
1841. 8". * 3423-69 

Architecture. See Boito ; — Durm ; — Ency- 
clopedic ; — Parker, J. H. ; — Smith, T. R. 

Aretino, Pietro. See Samosch. 

Aribo, archbishop of Mayence. See Mueller, 
R. 

Ariosto, Ludovico. See Carducci ; — Rajna. 

Aristophanes. The Acharnians. Tr. into 
English verse by C. J. Billson. L., 1882. Sm. 
8°. 2976.54 

Armenia. See Dulaurier ; — Korenatz. 

Army and navy gazette. Vol. 21. iSSo. 
[L., 1880.] F*'. " *6920.4 

Arnold, Julian T. B. Palms and temples ; being 
notes of a four months' voyage upon the Nile. 
With a preface by Edwin Arnold. L , 1882. 
Sm. 8". 3054-9 

Arnold, Matthew. Irish essays and others. 
L., 1SS2. Sm. 8°. ' 25103.50 

Contents. — The incompatibles; An unregarded Irish 
grievance; Ecce, convertimur ad gentes; Tne future of 
liberalism; Speech at Eton; The French play in London ; 
Copyright ; Prefaces to Poems. 

Arrivabene, Giovanni. Memorie della mia 
vita. 1795-1859. 2a ed. Firenze, i88o. Portr. 
16°. ' 2748.57 

Art, L'. T. 26, 27. P.,i88i. 2 v. F°. •7350.2 

Art, L', pour tous. Ann^e 19, 20. P., 1880-81. 
2 V. F". *736o.3 

Artillery. See Revue. 

Artists. See Bertolotti ; — Mueller, H. A. 

Aryan races. See Baissac. 

Ashantee, Africa. See Christaller. 

Associated charities of Boston. Constitution, 
adopted Dec. 9, 1879. B. [1879.] 8". 

No. 4 in *7573-65 

— Rules and suggestions for visitors. B , 

1879. '6". No. 5 in ♦7573.65 
Association fran<;aise pour I'avancement des 

sciences. Compte rendu. 9e session, Reims, 

1880. P., 1881. 8". *39i9-55 
Assyria. See Horamel ; — Lenormant ; — Re- 

cueil ; — Redford. 



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1832. 

Astronomy. See Airj; — France, Bureau 
des longitudes ; — United States, Naval observ- 
atory; — Roug^. 

Atlanta, Georgia. See Cof . 

Attitude. Sec Nicolas. 

Aubertin, J. J. A flight to Mexico. With 
illus. L., 1882. Folded map. Sm. 8«. 2363.83 

Aubign6, Theodore A. d'. L'enfer, satire 
" dans le goiit de Sancy," publiee pour la pre- 
miere fois avec une notice par Ch. Read. 
P., 1873. [Cabinet du bibliophile.] 16°. 4669.69 

Audiat, Louis, cd. Brouage et Champlain. 
Documents inedits. P., 1879. 8°. 2311.67 

Extrait des Archives historiques de la Saintonge et de 
I'Aunis, t. vi (1S79). 

Audsley, W. and G. Outlines of ornament in 
the leading styles. From ancient and modern 
works. L., 1881. 6o,plates. F^. *,^*Cab. C. E. 8.2 

Augier, (G. V.) Emile. See Da Amicis; — 
Lindau. 

Austria. See Schaeffle. 

Authors. See Gubernatis. 

Authorship and publication : a guide for au- 
thors, including the law of copyright, and a 
bibliographical appendix. L., 1882. 8". 61 13.19 

Avenarius, Tony, illus. Historischer Festzug 
veranstaltet bei der Feier der Vollendung des 
Kdlner Domes am 16 October, 1880. Druck 
nach den Original-Aquarellen. Lpz. [i88i.] 
29 col. plates. Fo, obi. Trustees' Room 

Avery, Isaac W. The history of Georgia 
from 1850 to 1851 ; with portrs. N. Y. [1881.] 
Folded map. 8°. *4372-74 

Ayzac, C. L. d'. Demonstration de la seule 
dpoque k laquelle dut etre tracd le zodiaque de 
(Denderah). P., 1822. 8". No. 8 in *5922.76 

— Le rectifigateur des faits et des dates erron^es 
qui ont obscurci et d^natur^ I'histoire sacr^e et 
profane. P., 1821. 8^. No. 9 in *5922.76 

Azores islands. See Weeks. 

Babylon. See Oppert. 

Bacon, Francis, baron Verulam and viscount 
St. Albans. See Hudson. 

Bacon, Henry. A Parisian year. Illus. by 
the author. B., 1882. 12". ' 2662.22 

Bacon, Leonard W. and George B. The Sab- 
bath question. A sermon and two speeches, by 
L. W. Bacon. Six sermons, by G. B. Bacon. 
N.Y., 18S2. 12°. 5445-85 

Badcock family. See Appleton. 

Bagenal, Philip H. D. The American Irish 
and their influence on Irish politics. B., 1882. 
16". .2515-56 

Baildon, Samuel. Tea industry in India. L., 
1882. 80. 3993-66 

Bainbridge, Lucy S. Round the world letters. 
B., 1882. Illus. 16°. 2267.7a 

Baissac, Jules. De I'origine des denomina- 
tions ethniques dans la race aryane. P., 1867. 
8°. 2234.57 

Baldwin, Charles C. Rev. John Bower, first 
minister at Derby, Conn., and his descendants. 
N. p., 1879. 8". No. 5 in ♦4334-55 

Repr. from W. C. Sliarpe's History of Seymour, Conn. 
[4333.57]- 

Baldwin, William J. Steam heating for build- 
ings. 2d ed. N. v., 1882. Illus. 16°. 40i7-i3 

Ballantine, William. Some experiences of a 
barrister's life. L., 1882. 2 v. Portr. 8^ 2450.52 

Ballou, Maturin M., comp. Notable thoughts 
about women. B., 1882. 160. *2244.52 



BATES HALL 

Balmes, Jaime L. The art of thinking well. 
Tr. from the Spanish by Wm. McDonald. Pre- 
ceded by a life of the author. Dublin, 1882. 
Sm. 8". 7604.6a 

Baltic sea. See Hoefer. 

Bancroft, George. History of the formation 
of the constitution of the United States. N. Y., 
1882. 2 V. 8°. 4aaoa.68 

Bank of North America. See Lewis, L. 

Banks and banking. See Hubbard; — Lewis, 
L. ; — Macleod. 

Banner, Edward G. Wholesome houses: a 
handbook of domestic sanitation and ventilation. 
New ed. Illus. L., 1882. Sm. 8". 3768.94 

Bargfes, Jean J. L. Nouvelle interpretation 
de I'inscription phenicienne d^couverte par Ma- 
riette dans le S^rap^um de Memphis. Examen 
critique de I'interpretation donn^c par le due de 
Luynes. P., 1856. Plate. 8°. 5053- 20 

Barlow, Joel. See Hill, M. 

Barrett, R. S. Character building : talks to 
young men. N. Y., 1882. 12". 3588.71 

Bartoli, Adolfo, ed. Scenari inediti della com- 
media dell'arte contributo alia storia del teatro 
popolare italiano. Firenze, 1880. 8". 2774.59 

Baumbach, Rudolf. Frau Holde. Gedicht. 
Lpz., 1880. 320. 487ob.50 

Bayer, Robert. Sesam. Roman. Stuttgart, 
188 1. 3 V. in I. i6». 487oa.8x 

Beal, Samuel. Abstract of four lectures on 
Buddhist literature in China. L., 1882. 8". 3oai.54 

Beard, John R., comp. Scriptural service 
book; a service book, consisting of passages of 
Scripture, arranged for singing in chants and 
anthems. L., 1861. Sm. S». 7444-66 

Beatrice Mary Victoria Feodore. princess of 
Great Britain. A birthday book. Designed 
by the princess Beatrice. L., 1881. 13 col. plates. 
go. •a56x.i9 

Behnke, Emil. The mechanism of the human 
voice. 2ded. L.,i88o. Illus. Sm. 8». 5765-3© 

Belfort, Auguste de, ed. Archives de la 
Maison-Dieu de Chflteaudun transcrites et pla- 
c^es par ordre chronologique. VxiciAH d'unc 
introd. par L. Merlet. P., 1881. ■ S-'. ^eu-so 

Belgium. See Collection ; — Cook. 

Belgium, The, of the East. By the author of 
"Egypt under Ismail Pasha," etc. Ed. by 
Blanchard Jerrold. L., 1882. Sm.8». 5057-9 

Belgrano, Luigi T. Sulla recente scoperta 
delle ossa di Cristoforo Colombo in San Donnn- 
Genova, 1878. Plates. L. 8». 2741-55 

Belime, William. Philosophic de droit, ou 
cours d'introduction k la science du droit. 4c «d. 
P., 1881. 2 V. 8«. ^ ^ , 3615-50 

Bell, Thomas J. History of the water suppl> 
of the world, also geology and water sfata of 
Hamilton county, Ohio, statistics of the Ohio 
river, proposed water supply of ^»"cinnati 
[etc. . Cine, .882. Folded sheets »>. 3944.6* 

Belle, Henri. Trois ann<fcs en Gricc [i87-J- 
P., 1881. Illus. Map. 16". y^,J 

Bellows, Henry W. Before and after the 
president's death. Two sermons, i^-'pt- '» »"J 
25, 1881. N. Y., 1881. i6». 4348.126 

Beloochistan. See P'loyer. Tu^„„hilut 

Belsham, Thomas. Memoirs of Thcophilu. 
Lindsev, including a brief analysis of his works, 
wth anecdotes an^d letters [etc.] : .»»•-.« S^-?^ 
view of the progress of the unitarian doctrine in 
England and Americ^. Centenary volume^^L-, 



go 



1873- 



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July, 



Bengal language. See Grierson. 

Bentley, Richard. See Jebb. 

Berger, Philippe. Notice sur les caracteres 
ph^niciens destines a I'impression du Corpus 
inscriptionum Semiticarum. P., iSSo. 8°. 

No. 2 in *3036.i5 

— Rapport sur les inscriptions puniques re- 
cemment decouvertes a Carthage. P., 1S77. ^''• 

No. I in *3036.i5 

Extrait des Archives des missions scientifiques et litte- 
raires, 36 serie, t. 4. 

Bernhardt, Sarah. See Colombier. 

Bernouilli's numbers. See Radicke. 

Bernstein, Julius. The five senses of man. 
"With woodcuts. N. Y., 1881. [Internal, scient. 

ser.] 12°. 3807.79 

— Les sens. 3e ed. P., 1880. Illus. [Biblio- 
theque scient. internat.] 8". 3802.66 

Berry, Marie C. F. L. de Bourbon, duchesse 
de. See Meniere. 

Bertolotti, Antonio, ed. Artisti belgi ed olan- 
desi a Roma nei secoli xvi e xvii. Notizie e 
documenti. Firenze, 1880. 16". 4088.8 

Bertou, Jules, comte de. Lettre a M. de Saul- 
cy sur les monuments egjptiens de Nahr-el- 
Kelb. P., 1854. Plates. 8". No. 2 in **5053.26 

Bevan, G. Phillips. A handbook to the in- 
dustries of the British isles and the United 
States. L., 1882. Sm. 8°. 4017.15 

Beyda, Heinrich F. T. Das Unendliche, was 
es den Philosophen und was es den Mathemati- 
kern bisher gewesen und wie es sich mathema- 
tisch darstellt nach einer neuen Erfindung. 
Bonn, 1880. 8°. 36ooa.65 

Bible. See Fairbairn. 

— Old Testament. The Holy Scriptures of 
the old covenant, in a revised trans, by C. Well- 
beloved, G. V. Smith, and J. S. Porter. L., 1859- 
62. 3 V. 8°. 5428-9 

Genesis. See Don nolo. 

Exodus. See Cooper. 

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Bryant, Thomas. A manual for the practice 

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Calendars. See Biot ; — Brugsch ; — Chabas ; 
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Canning, Albert S. G. Lord Macaulay, essay- 
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Cant- Wall, Edward. Ireland under the land 
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Carducci, Giosue. Delle poesie latine edite e 
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Clifford, William K. Mathematical papers. 
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Cotterill, Henry B. An introduction to the 
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Cotton, William A. Bromsgrove church : its 
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Courajod, Louis. Jean Warin, ses oeuvres de 
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Disraeli, Benjamin, earl of Beaconsfield. 
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Lothair. ♦^*4562.59 

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Encyclopedic d'architecture. Revue mensu- 
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Engel, Otto. Isis und Osiris. Eine mytholo- 
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England. History, etc. See Chautauqua ; — 
Freeman ; — Lecky ; — McCarthy ; — Rogers ; — 
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England, Church of. See Jennings; — Year 
book. 

English language and literature. See Cathol- 
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Erckmann, Emile, and Chatrian, Alexandre. 
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Etcher, The. Vol. 3. L., 1881. F". %*C.27oa.5 

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Fairbairn, Patrick. The typology of scripture. 
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Fanning, John T. A practical treatise on 
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Farina, Salvatore. Amorebendato. Racconto. 
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Favre, Jules (C. G.) Plaidoyers politiques et 
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Felton, Cyrus. A brief account of some of the 
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Fentress, Walter E. H. Centennial history of 
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Financial reform almanack, The, 1882. L. 
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Fine arts (including finely illustrated works). 
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Fisher, George P. Life of Benjamin Silliman. 
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Fisher, Herbert W. Considerations on the 
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Fitzgeoffrey, Rev. Charles, 1575-1638. Poems. 
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Fitzgerald, Percy. Recreations of a literary 
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Flaubert, Gustave. See Brandes; — Lindau. 

Fletcher family. See Genealogical. 

Florence, Italy. See Cook ; — Machiavelli. 

Florida. See Brooks, A. M. 

Floyer, Ernest A. Unexplored Baluchistan. 
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Folk lore. See Almanach des traditions popu- 
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Forster, Edward J., and Appleton, William S. 
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Repr. from the N. E. hist, and geneal. reg., Jan., 1S71. 

Foster, Vere. Complete course of drawing, 
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France. Annales du s^nat et de la chambre 
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This set is a continuation of the Annales du srfnat « de 
la chambre des d<!putds [on •66soa.4]. No more of this 
Nouvelle sirie will be received, for the same matter is pub- 
lished with the Journal officiel de la Rrfpublique fran^aise. 



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et de legislation compar^e. Table des matieres 
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— Mitiistry of public instruction. Annales du 
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— Hundred days, 1815. See Gardner, D. 
Franco-German war, 1870, 71. See Deutsch. 
Franpois, Louise von. Phosphorus HoUunder. 

Zu Fiissen des Monarchen. Stuttgart. [1881.] 
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Franklin, Benjamin. See United States. 

Franzos, Carl E. Stille Geschichten. 3te, 
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Contents. — Die Locke der heiligen Agathe ; " Sophie ! " ; 
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Fraser, Robert W. Seaside divinity. With 
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Frederick IL, the Great, king of Prussia. 
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Freiligrath, Ferdinand. Ferdinand Freiligrath. 
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The second and concluding volume will soon be received 
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Friederichs, Carl. Greek sculpture. Selec- 
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French and Indian war, 1754-59. See Rela- 
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French language and literature. See Blad^; 

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Froude, James A. Thomas Carlyle. History 
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Fucini, Renato. {Neri Tanfucio.^ Napoli a 
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Fiihrer zu den Excursionen der Deutschen 
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Gardner, Dorsey. Quatre Bras, Ligny and 
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Gascony, France. See Blad^. 

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Gautier, Th^ophile. One of Cleopatra** 
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- Corey ; - Dana ; - Day ; - Edd^r ; - Ellerr ; 

— Elwes ; — F^elton ; — Forstcr ; — Gay ;- Good- 
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_ steiner ; — Titus ; — Waters ; — Wc«tcm ; — 
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Geneva. See Roget. 



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Geology. See Fiihrer ; — Geikie ; — Harrison ; 
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Georgia. See Aver_y. 

German language and literature. See Gost- 
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Germany. Stenographische Berichte iiber die 
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Geschichte der grossen Liao aus dem Mand- 
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Giles, Herbert A. Historic China and other 
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GilfiUan, George. Life of Sir Walter Scott, 
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Ginguene, Pierre L., 1748-1816. De I'autorit^ 
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Girardot, Auguste T., baron de. Frederic 
Cailliaud de Nantes, voyageur, antiquaire, natu- 
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Gloucestershire notes and queries. Ed. by 
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Goethe, Johann W. von. Briefe an die Grafin 
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Goette, Alexander. Die Entwickelungsge- 
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Gold coast, Africa. See Christaller. 

Goncourt, Edmond L. A. H. de and Jules A. 
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Goodwin, Charles W. Sur les papyrus hidra- 
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Goodwin, Daniel, jr. Memorial of the lives 
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Gordon, Adoniram J. The ministry of heal- 
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Gordon, George H. War diary of events in 
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Gore, George. The scientific basis of national 
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Gorringe, Henry H. Egyptian obelisks. N. Y. 
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Gostwick, Joseph. German culture and Christi- 
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Gothaisches genealogisches Taschenbuch der 
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Gothaisches genealogisches Taschenbuch der 
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Gothic architecture. See Parker, J. H. 

Gozzadini, Giovanni, conte. Di ulteriori 
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Grandgaignage, Edmond. Histoire du peage 
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Grant, Robert, and Co. Amount of vouchers, 
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provisions for the British army in New England, 
particularly in and about Boston, during the 
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Great Britain. Board of trade. Statistical 
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— Public record office. Calendar of documents, 
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— Calendar of state papers and manuscripts, 
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Greece. See Antiquities of Ionia ; — Belle ; — 
Conze ; — Durm ; — Friederichs ; — Sathas. 

Green, Anna K. The defence of the bride, 
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Green, Samuel A. Two chapters in the early 
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Greene, Robert. Life and complete works. 
In 12 V. For the first time collected and ed., 
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flatterie. 15S3-1TO3. — 3. The inyrrovrof modestie ; Morando : 
the tritameron of loue. Pts. 1,2; Arbasto: the anatomie of 
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tweene follie and loue; Pandosto: the triumph of time. 
15S4-158S. 

Grierson, George A. Handbook to the Kayathi 
character. Calcutta, 1881. 30 plates. 4°. 3031.72 

By a recent order of the Bengal government the Kayathi 
character has been substituted for those previously used in 
all official documents written by hand. 

Grindon, Leopold H. Lancashire, brief his- 
torical and descriptive notes. With etchings and 
vignettes. L., 1882. Sm. f°. %*246o.6o 

Enlarged from articles in the " Portfolio " for iSSi. 

Grosart, Alexander B., ed. See " Choice, 
chance and change " ; — Eliot ; — Elizabethan ; — 
FitzgeofFrey ; — Greene. 

Grosvenor, J. du V. Model yachts and boats. 
Illus. L., 1882. Sm. 8°. 3959-85 

Groton, Massachusetts. See Green, S. A. 

Gruyer, Francois A. Raphael, peintre de por- 
traits. Fragments d'histoire et d'iconographie 
sur les personnages repr^sent^s dans les portraits 
de Raphael. P., 1881. 2 v. 8». 8065.67 

Guard duty. See Regan. 



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1882. 

Guardabassi, Mariano. Indice-guida dei monu- 
menti pagani e cristiani riguardanti I'istoria e 
I'arte esistenti nella provincia dell' Umbria. 
Perugia, 1872. L. 8". *2720.5O 

Gubernatis, Angelo de, ed. Dizionario bio- 
grafico degli scrittori contemporanei ornato di 
oltre 300 ritratti. Firenze, 1879. 8°. *2243.53 

Guenther, Graf von Sch-warzburg. ^Scejanson. 

Guide books. See Cook ; — Denison ; — King, 
E. ; — Loomis. 

Guido da Ferrara. See Panzer. 

Guillaume IX (le troubadour), due (TAqui- 
tatJie. See Palustre. 

Guizot, Fran<jois P. G. Shakespeare et son 
temps. Nouv. ^d. P., 1876. iS". 65gob.4 

Gulianof, lolie. [Discourse on the formation 
and substance of language, read in the sitting of 
the Russian Academy, June 18, 182 1. (Pamphlet 
and title in Russian.) Saint Petersburg.] 1821. 8". 

No. 5 in **5052.22 

— Essai sur les hi^roglyphes d'Horapollon, et 
quelques mots sur "la Cabale. P., 1827. 40. 

No. 3 in **5052.22 

— [Observations on the zodiac of Denderah : in 
a letter to the editor of the Telescope. (Pamphlet 
and title in Russian.) Moscow.] 1831. 8*'. 

No. 4 in **5052.22 

Gunnery. See Cross. 

Guppy, R. J. Lech mere, comp. The Trinidad 
official and commercial register and almanack 
for 1882. L., 1882. 8°. *5075-54 

Gurteen, S. Humphreys. A handbook of 
charity organization. Buffalo, 1882. 8°. 357oa.57 

Contains a list of works on charity and kindred subjects. 

Gypsies. See Leland. 

Hack, Mary P. Consecrated women. By 
Claudia \J)seud.']. L., i88o. 8°. 5558-55 

Contents. — Catherine of Siena; Susanna Wesley and 
Amelia Sievekinjj; FrauTriidel; Charlotte Eliz.ibelh Ton- 
na; Margaret Wilson; Matilda, countess von der Recke 
Volmerstein; Christine Alsop; Sarah A-n and Elizabeth 
W.; Christian Eddy and Louise Schepler; Fidelia Fiske; 
Adelaide L. Newton ; Lena Huber; Wilhelmina, viscount- 
ess Glenorchy ; Isabella Graham ; Marie. 

Hafiz. Der Sanger von Schiras. Ilafisische 
Lieder verdeutscht von F. Bodenstedt. 2te Aufl. 
Berlin, 1877. ,8". 3028,17 

Hale, George S. Medical charities ; a paper 
read at the meeting of the Social science assoc. 
May, 1875. B., 1875. 8". No. 2 in *7573.65 

Hallam, Henry. View of the state of Europe 
during the middle ages. Incorporating in the 
text the author's latest researches, with additions. 
By William Smith. N. Y., 1879. 12°. 2296.58 
'Halliwell-Phillipps, James O. New lamps or 
old.' A few additional words on the momentous 
question respecting the E and the A in the 
name of our national dramatist. Brighton, 1880. 
8". No. 2 in **G.74.i6 

— Same. 2d ed. No. 3 in **G.74.i6 

— Which shall it be? New lamps or old? 
Shaxpere or Shakespeare? Brighton, 1879. 8". 

No. I in **G.74.i6 
Hallock, Edward J. Index to the literature of 

titanium, 1783-1876. [N. Y., 1877.] 8°. *2i73.28 
From the AnniUs of the New York Academy of sciences, 

vol. 1, nos. 2 and 3, 1877. 

Halstead, Murat. The war claims of the 
South. Address at Cooper institute, N. Y., 
Oct. 25, 1876, and letters to the editor of the 
N.Y. World. Cine, 1876. 8°. No. 23 in ♦4224-57 



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Hamerton, Philip G. The graphic arts. 
Treatise on the varieties of drawing, painting, 
and engraving in comparison with each other 
and with nature. L., 1882. Plates. F". 

*,*6o7oa.55 

— Same. B., 1882. 160. [No plates.] 4076.79 
Hamilton, Alexander. See Lodge. 
Hamont, Tibulle. Un essai d'empire fran^ais 

dans rinde au i8e si^cle. Dupleix d'aprts sa 
correspondance in^dite. Accoinpagndde cartes. 
P., 1 88 1. S". 3073.66 

Harbors. See United States. 

Hargreaves, William. Alcohol and science, 
or, alcohol : what it is, and what it does. N.V., 
1882. 12". 379oa.69 

Harper, John P. Working drawings of coal 
mining plant. [Leeds, 1881 ?] 34 plates. ¥^, 
obi •,»Cab.38L.3 

Harrington, Adelaide L. The afterglow of 
European travel. B. [1882.] Illus. 12°. 2267.73 

Harrison, W. Jerome. Geology of the coun- 
ties of England and of North an^ South Wale*. 
L., 1882. Illus. 8". 3866-73 

Harrow, England. See Rimmer. 

Harvard college. Library. Bulletin of more 
important accessions, with bibliog. contribu- 
tions. Vol. I. 1875-79. Camb., 1879. 8°. *6i94.7 

Harvey, Walter. China painting: its princi- 
ples and practice. Illus. L., 1882. Sm. 8". 4026.85 

Hassam.John T. Boston taverns. B., 1880. 
8°. No. 4 in "4336.7^ 

Repr. from the N. E. hist, and ^eneul. rtg. July, 1S77, 
Oct., 1S79, and Jan., 18S0. 

— Early Suffolk deeds. B., i88i. 8». 

No. 6 in •4336.7a 

— Ezekiel Cheever and some of his descend- 
ants. B., 1879. Fa«-simile. 8^ 

No. 3 in ♦4334-57; No. 3 in •4336-7« 

Repr. from the N. E. hist, and gcncal. reg., April, 1S79. 

— The Hassam familv. B., 1870. 8". 

No. I in ♦4336 72 ; No. 4 in ♦4334-5S 
Repr. from the N. E. hist, and gencal. rcg. for Oct.. 1S70. 

— Notes and queries concerning the Hansnm 
and Hilton families. B., 1880. 8". 

No. 5 in •4336-7* 

Repr. from the N. E. hist, and g^enpal. reK-. J"'y> *^- 

—Some of the descendants of William Hilton. 
B., 1877. Fac-simile. 8". 

No. 2 in ♦433672 : No. 8 in •4334-53 

Repr. from the N.E. hist, and geneal. ng. for April, t»JT 

Hauer, Julius, /fif/er von. Die Wasserhal- 
tungs-Maschincn der Bcrgwcrke. Mil Atlas von 
65 Tafeln. Lpz., 1879- i v. 8». •8oi7-5» 

Havard, Henry. L'art k travcrs les m<rur». 
Illus. par C. Goutzwiller. P.. 1882. 4". •6o7<»a-54 

Hawaiian islands. Sec Coan. 

Hawley, Frederick B. Capital and popuU- 
tion : a study of the economic effects of their 
relations. N. Y., 1882. I2»- 3659-64 

Haworth, M- E. Road scrapings : coaches 
and coaching. L., 1882. Illus. 8°. 2465.63 

Hayem. Georges. Lemons sur le« modihca- 
tions du sang sous I'influence dcs agents m<dica- 
menteux et des pratiques th<{raneutiquc«. Lmi»- 
sions sanguines; transfusion du sang: fcr. Ke- 
cueillieset r^dig. par L. "'■^.v«"%B'-'«'^- ,|^;;f 
fig. et une planche. P., 1882. [Cours dc thrfra- 
peutique exp^rimentale ^' 
de Paris.] 8°. 



Faculty dc m^decinc 
3763.69 



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Hayward, George W. Centennial gathering of 
the Ha_y"\vard family, with address by George W. 
Hayward, and poem, by Almira L. Hayward. 
Easton, Aug. 14th, 1878. Taunton, Mass., 1879. 
Map. 8°. No. 5 in *4334-53 

Hazen, Henry A. The Hazen family. [B., 
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Repr. from the N. E. hist, and geneal. reg., April, 1S79. 

Health and hygiene. See Banner; — Oswald. 

Heath, Clara B. Water lilies and other poems. 
Manchester, 1881. 12°. 4505.90 

Hebrew language. See Mueller, A. ; — Portal. 

Hefner-Alteneck, J. H. von. Trachten, Kunst- 
werke und Gerathschaften vom friihen Mittel- 
alter bis Endedes iStenJahrhunderts nachgleich- 
zeitigen Originalen. 2te verm. Aufl. Frankfurt 
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Hegel, Georg W. F. See Seth. 

Heigel, Carl T. Die Wittelsbacher in Schwe- 
den. Festrede gehalten am 28 Marz, 183 1. 
Miinchen, 1881. 4°. 28303.52 

Henneguy, F^lix. Histoire de ITtalie depuis 
1815 jusqu'a nos jours. P. [1880.'] 16°. 27293.54 

Henry IV, o/" France. See Rott. 

Heraldry. See Buddingh. 

Heresy. See White. 

Herrig, Hans. Konradin. Drama. 2teAufl. 
Berlin, 1S81. 16°. 487ob.52 

Hertzberg. Gustav F. Geschichte des rdmi- 
schen Kaiserreiches. Mit lUus. Berlin, 1880. 
Map. 8". 2752.6 

Herzen, Alexander. Analisi fisiologica del 
libero arbitrio umano. 3a ed. Firenze, 1879. i6<'. 

7609.83 

Hesekiel, Ludovika. Ziinftig. Roman. Ber- 
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Heyse, Paul. See Brandes. 

Heywood, Oliver, 1630-1702. Autobiography, 
diaries, anecdote and event books; illustrating 
the general and family history of Yorkshire and 
Lancashire. In 3 v., with illus. Ed. by J. H. 
Turner. Vol. 2. Brighouse, 1881. Folded sheets. 
Plate. Sm. 8°. *2496.65 

Hejrwood, Oliver, and Dickenson, T., comp. 
The nonconformist register of baptisms, mar- 
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the Northowram or Coley register. Ed. by J. H. 
Turner. Illus. Brighouse, 1881. Sm. 8°. *2496.64 

Hieroglyphics. See Brown ; — Brugsch ; — Bru- 
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Gulianof ; — Roug^ ; — Salt ; — Uhlemann. 

Higginson, Thomas W. Common sense about 
women. L., 1882. Sm. 8°. 3589-75 

Hill, Moses. Genealogy of the Hill family [of 
Connecticut] from 1632, including a biog. sketch 
\}f Joel Barlow. Norwalk, 1879. 3-°- 

No. 7 in *4334-53 

Hill, Octavia. Essays : District visiting ; A few 
words to volunteer visitors among the poor; A 
more excellent way of charity ; A word on good 
citizenship; Effectual charitj'. B., 1S80. [As- 
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No. 7 in *7573.65 

Hilton family. See Hassam. 

Hincks, Edward. On the polyphony of the 
Assyrio-Babylonian cuneiform writing. Dublin, 
1863. Plates. 8". 3036.14 

Hindustani language. See Palmer, E. H. 

Hirsch, B. Die Prijfung der Arzneimittel mit 
Riicksicht auf die wichtigsten europaischen 
Pharmakopoen. 2te, neu bearb. Aufl. Berlin, 
1875. 2 V. 8°. 3786.73 



His, Wilhelm. Anatomic menschlicher Em- 
bryonen. 1. Embryonen des ersten Monats. 
Mit Holzschnitten und Atlas. L., 1880. Text, 
8« ; Atlas, 8 plates, F«. *3773.68 ; Atlas, Cab. 57G.2 

History. See Adams, C. K. ; — Swinton. 

Hobart, Catherine, comp. At the beautiful 
gate, and other religious poems. Compiled by 
the editor of " The changed cross," etc. N. Y., 

1 88 1. 16°. 5445-90 

— The palace of the king, and other religious 
poems. N. Y., 1881. 16°. 5445-89 

— Unto the desired haven, and other religious 
poems. N. Y., 1881. 16". 5445.88 

Hocking valley, Ohio. See Hunt. 

Hodgson, William B. Errors in the use of 
English. Rev. ed. N. Y., 1882. 12°. 2488.84 

Hoefer, Edmund, and others. Kiistenfahrten 
an der Nord- und Ostsee. Illus. von Schonleber 
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B. 4.] F«. ♦**286o.9 

Hoffbauer, F. Paris a travers les &ges. 136 
livr. Le Temple, la Place rovale, et le Marais. 
P. [1882.] Plates. Illus. F°. ***46F.i 

Hofmann, Johann C. C. Aegyptische und 
israelitische Zeitrechnung. Ndrdlingen, 1847. 
8°. No. 4 in **5053.26 

Hohenzollem family. See Stillfried. 

Holden, Luther. Human osteology. By L. 
Holden, assisted bv James Shuter. With illus. 
6th ed. L., 1882. 61 plates. 8«. 3741-60 

Holland, Frederic M. Sordello. A story from 
Robert Browning. N. Y., 1S81. 12°. 4505.85 

Holland. See Cook. 

Hoist, Hermann von. John C. Calhoun. B., 

1882. [American statesmen.] 16°. 4348.133 
Homiletics. See Phelps. 

Hommel, Fritz. Abriss der babylonisch- 
assyrischen und israelitischen Geschichte von 
den altesten Zeiten bis zur Zerstorung Babel's, 
in Tabellenform. Lpz., 1880. 4°. 3021.51 

Hoosac tunnel. See Martin, E. S. 

Hope-Edwardes, E. C. Eau-de-Nil. A chroni- 
cle. L., 1882. Sm. 8°. 5052-27 

Hopfen, Hans. Mein Onkel Don Juan. Eine 
Geschichte aus dem vorigen Jahrhundert. Berlin, 
1881. 2 V. in I. 16°. 48703.82 

Hopkins, G. ^i., pttbl. City atlas of Boston. 
Phila., 1882. 36 maps. F". 

Trustees' Room ; ***2350.75 

The scale varies from 300 ft. to i inch to 400 ft. to i inch. 

Horatius Fl3ccus, Quintus. The works of 
Horace trans, into English verse, with a life and 
notes, by Sir Theodore Martin. Edinb., 1881. 
2 v. 8°. 2927.59 

This is a re-arrangement of old materials rather than a 
new work. The Life of Horace can be found in the " An- 
cient classics for English readers," and the translations of 
the Odes have already passed through several editions. 
There are additions and improvements, and many odes have 
been retranslated, and the whole book has a permanent value 
which neither of its predecessors possessed. — Athenaum. 

Horsemanship. See Anderson, E. L. 

Hospitaller, E. The modern applications of 
electricity. Tr. and enl. by Julius Maier. With 
illus. L., 1882. 8°. 3963-70 

Hotten, John C. Literary copyright. Seven 
letters. L., 1871. Sm. 8°. 3669. 59 

Hotze, C- L. First lessons in physics. [Rev. 
ed.] St. Louis, 1880. Illus. 16°. 3966.82 

Hoiiel, J. Cours de calcul infinitesimal. T. 
1-3. P., 1878-80. 8°. **5022.58 

Houghton, George W. W. Niagara, and other 
poems. B., 1882. i6«. asgob.So 



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House painting. See Rossiter. 

Hovgaard, Andre. Nordenskiold's voyage 
round Asia and Europe. Popular account of the 
North-east passage of the " Vega," 1878-S0. Tr. 
from the Danish bj H. L. Braekstad. With 
maps and ilUis. L., 1882. Portr. 8°. 2262.65 

Howard- Vyse, (Elizabeth.?). A winter in 
Tangier and home through Spain. L., 1882. 
Sm. 8°. 3059-24 

The preface is signed L. H. V. 

Hubbard, H. 'P.,publ. Hubbard's newspaper 
and bank directory of the world (with gazetteer 
and atlas combined). New Haven, 1882. 2 v. 
lUus. Portrs. 8°. *228i,5o 

Hudson, Henrj N. Text-book of prose : from 
Burke, Webster, and Bacon, with notes, and 
sketches of the authors' lives. For use in schools. 
B., 1881 {^Cop. 1876]. 12". 2554.57 

Hugo, Victor (M.), comie. CEuvres completes. 
Podsie. 4. Les chitiments. P., 1882. 8°. 2702.50 

— Det menskliga elandet. Efter franska 
originalet "Les misdrables " ofversatt af N. & 
B. Spanier. 3e upplagan. Stockholm. [1862.] 
5 V. Portr. Illus. 16". 2708.59 
.. — Hafvets arbetare. Ofversattning af O. W. 
Alund. Stockholm. [1866.] 12°. 2708.58 

— See Lindau. 

Hunt, Thomas S. The mineral resources of 
the Hocking valley. B., 1881. Folded map. 
8°. *3864.65 

Hydraulic engineering. See Fanning. 

Hydraulic pumps. See Colyer. 

Hydraulics. See Stanley, W. F. ; — Stone. 

Hydrography. See Wharton. 

Hydrostatics. See Walton. 

Ibis. See Rozifere. 

Ibn Batutah, Abu Abdallah Mohammed, called. 
Voyages d'Ibn Batoutah, texte arabe, accompagn^ 
d'un trad, par C. Defr^mery et B. R. Sanguinetti. 
(2e tirage.) P., 1874-79. 4 v- [Soci?td asia- 
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Ihne, Wilhelm. The history of Rome. En- 
glish ed. Vol. 4, 5. L., 1882. 8°. 2756.6 

Illustrated radial key map of Palestine. In 
the time of Christ. With modern Arabic names 
of localities added. Cop. by G. M. Powell, 
n. p., 1880. Size, 29! X 22I in. Scale, 65 m. to i 
inch. Folded. ♦5043.17 

Ilovaiskie, Dmitri. Kurzgefasste Geschichte 
des russischen Reichs. Nach der 7. Aufl. iiber- 
setzt und mit Erlauterungen [etc.] versehen von 
A. von Fabricius. 2te Aufl. Nach der i7ten 
Aufl. des Originals durchgesehen und verb, von 
H. Paucker. Reval, 1881. S". 3064.25 

Indermaur, John. Self-preparation for the 
final [law] examination. Containing a com- 
plete course of study, with statutes, cases, and 
questions. 3d ed. L., 1880. 8°. 5638.17 

India. See Amarji ; — Baildon ; — Bionne ; — 
Dobbs ; — Elliot ; — Hamont ; — James ; — Mac- 
kenzie ; — Rowney. 

India list. The, civil and military. Jan., 1882. 
L. [1882.] 8". *5073.56 

Indian outfits and establishments. By an 
Anglo-Indian. L., 1882. 8°. 3078-57 

Indiana. Dept. of statistics and ffcoloey- 
Annual report, ist, 2d, 1879, 80. Indianapolis, 
1880. 8°. *7864.59 

Indians of America. Sec Dodge; — Ellis; — 
Smithsonian ; — United States, Gcog. and gcol. 
survey. 

Indo-European races. See Keary. 



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Industrial arts. See Bevan. 

Infinite, The. See Beyda. 

Ingersoll, Ernest. Birds'-nesting : handbook 
of mstruction in gathering and preser\ing the 
nests and eggs of birds. Salem, i8Sj. lllu«. 

12*' 

■ 3907*53 

Ingram, John H. Claimants to royaltv. L. 

1882. 80. - i^3 ; 

Insectivora. See Dobson. 

International scientific series. See Bernstein; 

— Le Conte ; — Lays ; — Marey ; — Ribot ; — 
Schuetzenberger; — Young. 

Invertebrates. See Brooks, W. K. 

Ionia. See Antiquities of Ionia. 

Ireland. See Ancient ; — Arnold, M. ; — Bage- 
nal ; — Cant- Wall ; — Great Britain. Public rec. 
off. ; — O'Hart ; — Pigott ; — Sullivan. 

Irish in America. See Bagenal. 

Irisson d'Hirisson, Maurice, comic d*. Rela- 
tion d'une mission arch^ologique en Tunisie. 
P., 1881. Illus. Folded maps. 4°. *30SO.a3 

The explorations were made at Utica. 

Iron. See Meade ; — Michigan, Geo/, survey; — 
United States, Ccnsui bureau. 

Iron founding. See Wylie. 

Ironmonger, The, and metal trades advertiser. 
Vol. 22, 25, 26 [each with Supplement], 1879, 
81. [L., 1879, 81.] 6 v. 4°. *764oa.so 

The Supplements consist of the advertisements issued with 
each number. 

Isis and Osiris. See Engel. 

Istria. See De Franceschi. 

Italian language and literature. See Ancona ; — 
Canello ; — Samosch ; — Zanella. 

Italy. Ministcro di agricoltura, industria t 
commercio. Annali dell'industria e del com- 
mercio. 1881. Num.39. Commissione centrmle 
dei valori per le dogane. Atti c relazioni, 1880. 
Roma, 1881. 8°. •3655.73 

— Notizie intorno alle condizioni dell' agricol- 
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•599« 59 

— Ministcro delta ^utrra. Relazionc mcdico- 
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(uflicio statistica). Roma, 1881. Folded map*. 
8°. •375«.$4 

— Ministcro dei lavori fuhlici. Relazione 
statistica sui telegrafi del regno d'ltalia. 1880. 
Firenze, 1881. Folded maps. ^. *39te.9 

— Sec Angelucci ; — Annunno ; — Coouercl ; 

— Henneguv ; — Landau ; — McCosh ; — Machi- 
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Ivinoff, A. Russian grammar (i6th ed.). 
Tr., enl., and arranged by W. E. Gowan. L.. 
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Jackson, Catherine C. Wk. The old regime : 
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a66s.6s 

Jackson, Lowis d'Aguilar. Modem mctrologr. 
Manual of the metrical units and systems of the 
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Tacob, Alfred. Cartulaire dc I abba^-e do 
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Jacques, D. H. The temperaments; or, the 
varieties of physical constitution in man. con- 
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the practical affairs of Ufc N. Y., 1881. IHut. 
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Jahrbuch der koniglich preussischen Kunst- 
sammlungen. B. i, 2. Berlin, 1880, Si. 2 v. 
Portrs. Plates. Illus. 4°. ♦6911.50 

Jahrbiicher fiir Kunstw issenschaft. Herausg. 
von A. von Zahn. iter-6ter Jahrg. Lpz., 
1868-73. 6 V. Illus. 8°. *6o76.5o 

This work was discontinued at the death of the editor. 

James, ^/V William M. The British in India. 
Ed. by his daughter, Mary J. Salis Schwabe. 
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The running-title is The British rule in India. 

Jamieson, John. An etymological dictionary 
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on the origin of the Scottish language. A new 
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Janson, Carl. Das Konigtum Giinthers von 
Schwarzburg. Ein Beitrag zur Reichsgeschichte 
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No. I in *28i2.58 

Japan. See Rein. 

Jebb, Richard C. Bentley. L., 1882. [English 
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Jennings, Arthur C. Ecclesia Anglicana : a 
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N. Y., 1882. i6^ 3525-58' 

Jerrold, (W.) Blanchard. The life of George 
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The illustrations are selected from Cruikshank's own 
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Jervis, William H. The Galilean church and 
the revolution. Sequel to the " History of the 
Church of France from the concordat of Bologna 
to the revolution." L., 1882. 8°. 3525-57 

— The student's France. A history to 1852. 
Illus. N. Y., 1881. Maps. 12°. 2617.68 

Jews. See Edersheim ; — Hommel ; — Sala- 
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Johnston, William and Alexander K., fubl. 
The unrivalled classical atlas in 23 col. maps, 
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Jomard, L. F. Sur I'emplacement de I'ob^- 
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No. 10 in **5052.25 

Signed Viator. 

Junker, P. J. Untersuchungen uber die agyp- 
tischen Sothisperioden, chronologische Tafeln 
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brauchlichsten Aeren und agyptisch-julianische 
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II. Lpz., 1859. 8°- No. 13 in **5053.26 

Juvenalis, Decimus Junius. Thirteen satires of 
Juvenal. Tr. into English, after the Latin text 
of J. E. B. Mayor. By H. A. Strong and A. 
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Kant, Immanuel. See Seth; — Wallace, W. 

Karnac. See Roug6. 

Karpf, Carl. To tI tjv elvai. Die Idee Shake- 
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New England society of Orange. N. y. Port- 
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Phillips, George S. The American republic 
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Pigott, Richard. Personal recollections of an 
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Pitman, Marie J. (^Margery Dcane.') Euro- 
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Post, Albrecht H. Die Anfange des Staats- 
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Preachers. See Renoux. 

Presuhn, Emil. Pompeji : die neuesten Aus- 
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Priestley, Joseph. The Priestley memorial at 
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Promis, Carlo. Le iscrizioni raccolte in Pie- 
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Prowett, Charles G. Translations and original 
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Pryor, Theodorick B. See Suplde. 
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Quebec. See Le Moine. 

Quellen und For.>chungen zur Sprach- und 
Culturgeschichte di-r germanische Vdlker Her- 
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Rose, ^i?^ Ellwanger. 

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Roskoten, Robert. Carlotta : a tragedy in five 
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Rossiter, E. K., and Wright, F. A. Modern 
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Roug6, (O. C. C.) Emmanuel, vicomte de, con- 
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Savage, Minot J. Beliefs about man. B., 

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Savonarola, Girolamo M. F. M. . Set War- 
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Scylax. See Poulain de Bossay. 

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Shears (in heraldry). See Buddingh. 

Sheridan, Philip H. See Gardner, A. B. 

Shooting. See France, Alinistry of -war. 

Shorthand. Sec Stenography. 

Siberia. See Whyte. 

Siena, Italy. See Paoli. 

Sight. Sec Le Conte. 

Silliman, Benjamin. See Fisher, G. P. 

Silvestre de Sacy, Antoine I., baron. Lettre 
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Simcox, Edith. Episodes in the lives of 
men, women, and lovers. L., 1882. Sm. 8". 

255456 

Simon, Emma. Verschneit— verweht. Roman 
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48703.88 

Skeat, Walter W. Concise etymological 
dictionary of the English language. N. Y. 
16°. " *2488.8i 

Skin. See Bulkley. 

Slafter, Edmund F. History' and causes of in- 
correct latitudes as recorded in the journals of 
the early writers, navigators and explorers re- 
lating to the Atlantic coast of North America. 
1535-1740. B., 1882. Illus. 8°. 2361.69 

Repr. from the N. E. hist, and geneal. reg., April, iSSj. 

Smart, James H, Books and reading for the 
young. A reprint from a state report. In- 
dianapolis, 1880. 8°. 2202.39 

Smith, George V. The spirit and the word of 
Christ and their permanent lessons. L., 1874. 
Sm. 8°. 5444-60 

Smith, John C. British mezzotinto portraits; 
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biog. notes. Part 4. Div. i. Walker to Young. 
L.. 1882. 8°. *8o62.3i 

Smith, Llo^-d P. On the classification of 
books. Paper read before the American library 
association. May, 1882. B., 1882. 8°. C. R. 18.1.9 

On classification as well in a printed catalogue as on the 
shelves. 

Smith, Samuel F. America. Our national 
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Smith, T. Roger, and Slater, John. Architec- 
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Smithsonian institution. Bureau of ethnology. 
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4461.61 

Contents. — On the evolution of language, by J. W. 
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Indians, by J. W. Powell; Wyandot government, a shor. 



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1882. 

Smithsonian institution, continued. 
study of trib:il society, by J. W. Powell ; On limitations to 
the use of some iinthropologic data, by J. W. Powell; A 
further contribution to the ^tudy of the mortuary customs 
of the Nyrth American Indians, bv H. C. Yarrow; Studies 
in Central American picture-writing-, by E. S. Ilolden ; 
Cessions of hind by Indian tribes to the United States, 
illustrated by those in the state of Indiana, by C. C. Rovce; 
Si^n language among North American Indians compared 
with that amonuf other peoples and deaf-mutes, by G. Mal- 
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the Bureau of ethnology, by J. C. Pilling; Illustration of 
the method of recording In'dian languages. 

Snyder, William L., ed. Great speeches \>y 
great lawyers. A collection of arguments and 
speeches before courts and juries. With introd. 
notes, analyses, etc. N. Y., i8Si. S". 5631.6 

Soboleski, Paul, ed. Poets and poetry of 
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Society of the Army of the Cumberland. Re- 
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Songs. See Perkins, H. S. 

South Kensington museum. Examples of the 
works of art in the museum, and of the decora- 
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[Vol. 2.] L., 1882. Plates. F". ***6o72.57 

Southern historical society, Richmond. Papers. 
Vol. 9. Richmond. 1881. '%". *52i9a.50 

Southern war claims. See Halstead. 

Spengel, Leonhard von. See Christ, W. von. 

Spiers, B[ernard.?]. The school system of the 
Talmud, and an address at the Beth Hamidrash 
on the occasion of the conclusion of the Talmu- 
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Spiritualism. See Confessions. 

Spooner, William B. In memoriam. B. 
[i88i.?J Portr. 8°. *4342.79 

Sports and sporting. Sec Cross ; — Kennedy, 
W. R. 

Springfield, Massachusetts. See Walker. 

Squares (mathematics). See Ruediger. 

Squire, A. Collection of cornet solos. No. 1-3. 
Cornet and piano. Cine, 1881. F°. 8040a. 58 

Staffordshire, England. See William Salt. 

Stage coaches. See Haworth. 

Stanley, Arthur P. Sermons on special occa- 
sions preached in Westminster abbey. L., 1882. 
8°. 3442-63 

Stanley, William F. Experimental researches 
into the properties and motions of fluids. L. 
[1881.''] Illus. S". 3943.60; ♦♦5022.72 

Stapfer, Paul. Goethe et ses deux chefs- 
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State charities aid association, iV. V. Address 
to its local visiting committees, July, 1880. N Y. 
[1880.] 8". Nol 8 in ♦7573-65 

State trials. See Browne, G. L. 

Statistisches Jahrbuch der hoheren Schulen 
Deutschiands, Luxemburgs und der Schweiz. 
2ter Jahrg. Abth. 2. Lpz., 1881. 16". ♦5598.56 

Steam heaters. See Baldwin. 

Steel. See United States, Census bureau. 

Steele, Thomas S. Paddle and portage, from 

Mooseiiead lake to the Aroostook river, Maine. 

B., 1882. Illus. Map. 12°. 6007.38 

'Steiner memoir. Sketch of the Steiner family. 

Cine, 1880. 8«. No. 5 in ♦4334-58 

Steinhausen, Heinrich. Irmela. Eine Ge- 
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16". 48703.87 

Stenography. See Anderson, T. ; — Fowler. 

Stephen, Leslie. The science of ethics. L., 
1882. 8°. 3584-20 



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Stephens, George, and Cavallius, H. Old 
??u^%,^*'i'-,/'''^*'' g»'»^*^'-ed from the Swedish 
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Stevens, Charles W. Revelations of « BoMon 
physician. B., iSSi. ijo. 24048a 

Stevenson, Robert L. Familiar studies of 
men and books. L., 1882. Sin. S". 224771 

Stillfried-Alcintara, Rudolf M. B., Caf yon 
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das deutsche Vatcrland. Illus. von G. Blcibtreu, 
u. A. Vol. I. Bis zum Tode Friedrichs de« 
Grossen. Munchen, iSSi. 4". •*a83o.53 

Stocks. See Bishop ; — Dos Passos. 

Stone, T.W. Simple hydraulic formula?. L., 
1881. Folded plates. Sm". 8» 3948.74 

Stoughton, John. The progress of divine 
revelation, or the unfolding purpose of Scripture 
L. [1878.'] Sm.S". 5;a6.64 

Straits settlements. See Vaughan. 

Streeter, Edwin W. The great diamonds of 
the world, their history and romance. Ed. by 
J. Hatton and A. H. Keane. L. [i88a.] 8". ' 

3866.77 

Suffolk county, Massachusetts. See Hassani. 

Sullivan, John, revolutionary general. See 
Willers. 

Sullivan, M. F. Ireland of to-dav. With 
introd., by T. P. O'Connor. Phila'. [1881. J 
Illus. P'olded map. 12°. 2515.58 

Summers, James. 'J'he rudiments of the Chi- 
nese lanjiuage, with dialogues, exercises and a 
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Sun. See Young. C. A. 

Sunday. See Bacon, L. W. 

Sunshine, Silvia, pseud. See Brooks, Abbie M. 

Supine, Thomas 1). The life of Theodotick 
Bland Pryor, first mathematical fellow of Prince- 
ton college. San Fr., 1879. '^- 4349»-94 

Surgery. See Billroth ; — Brvant ; — Nouvcau. 

Surnames. See Anderson, NV. 

Sussex county, England. See Elwes. 

Swedish language and literature. Sr« Hugo; 
Reade ; — Scott ; — Stephens. 

Sweet, Henry. An Anglo-Saxon primer, with 
grammar, notes, and glossary. Oxford. iS8j. 
Sm. 8». 8488.83 

Swinton, William. Outlines of the world's 
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Switzerland. Ste Cook ; — Manning ; — 
Schweizerisches. 

Sword, The, and the pen. Publ. daily In the 
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Symons, G. I., ed. Lightning rod conference. 
Report of the delegates from [vaiious] societies. 
L.. 18S2. Illus. 8". S9>4'ao 

Tahureau, Jacques. Po^»ies, publi^es par Pros- 
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Talmud. See Spiers. 

Talmud Babilonski. Warszawa, 1864-76. tar. 
8". •748«.5« 

For an account of thin edition and a list of the trrati*** in 
each volume sec K. W. FarrarV Introduction In F. I. Her- 
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Tangier, Morocco. See Howard-Vyse. 

Tariff. See American iron and steel atsoc. 



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July, 



Taruinia, Italy. See Dasti. 

Taxation. See Schaeffle. 

Taylor, Ellen M. Madeira: its scenerj', and 
how to see it. L , 1882. Maps. Sm. 8". 3098.55 

Tea. See Baildon. 

Tea cyclopaedia, The. Comp. by the editor of 
"The Indian tea gazette." Illus. with col. 
plates on " blights." L., 1882. 8°. 399367 

• Teeth. See Adier. 

Tegn^r, Esaias. See Brandes. 

Telegraphs. See Italy, Ministero dei lavori 
fublici. 

Temperament. See Jacques. 

Temperature of the head. See Lombard. 

T^not, (P. P.) Eugene. Paris et ses fortifica- 
tions. 1870-1880. Avec la carte du camp re- 
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Terrien de La Couperie, A., ed. Orientalia 
antiqua, or documents and researches relating to 
the history of the writings, languages, and arts 
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*302i.53 

Testa, — , abbi. Dissertation sur deux zo- 
diaques, nouvellement decouverts en Egvpte. 
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1807. 8°. , No. 5 in *5053.22 

Texier, Charles F. M. Edesse et ses monu- 
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No. 6 in *5053.22 

Thausing, Moritz. Albert Diirer, his life and 
works. Tr. from the German. Ed. by F. A. 
Eaton. With portrs. and illus. L., 1882. 2 v. 
8°. 4062.3a 

Theal, George M. Kaffir folk-lore. With 
notes. L. [1882.] 8°. 5053.17 

Thebes. See Mariette ; — Maspero. 

Thomas k Kempis. See Kettlewell. 

Three hundred outlines of sermons on the New 
Testament. N. Y., 1882. [The clerical library.] 
12°. 5443-66 

Three in Norway. By two of them. With 
map and illus. L., 1882. Sm. 8°. 2867.67 

Thurber, Francis B. Coflee : from plantation 
to cup. With an appendix containing letters 
•written during a trip to tlie coffee plantations of 
the East [etc.]. N. Y., 1881. Illus. Folded 
sheets. 8". ' 3994-56 

Thwaite, Benjamin H. Our factories, work- 
shops, and warehouses, their sanitary and fire- 
resisting arrangements. L., 1882. Illus. Sm. 
8". 4017.14 

Tidman, Paul F. Gold and silver money. 
L., 1882. Sm 8°. 3649.86 

Tilden, William P. The charity lecture de- 
livered at HoUis street church. Dec, 1881, with 
poem. Camb., 1881. 8^ No. 11 in *7573.65 

Tileston, Mary W., comp. Tender and true. 
Poems of love selected by the editor of "Quiet 
hours," etc. B., 1882. 16". 2390b. 75 

Titanium. See Hallock. 

Titus, Anson. The Titus family on Long 
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No. 7 in *4334-58 

Toad. See Goette. 

Toilet. See Alq. 

Torelli-Torriani, Maria. La marchesa Colombi 
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Touchard-Lafosse, G. Chroniques de 1 CEil- 
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Townsend, W. J. The great schoolmen of the 
middle ages. L., 1881. Sm. 8". 3603.74 

Townsend family. See Rich. 

Traite, Le, de Marseille, inscription phenico- 
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un traite d alliance et d« commerce entre Mar- 
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Transvaal. See Norris-Newman. 

Travels and voyages. See Arnold, J. T. B. ; 
— Aubertin ; — Bainbridge; — De Costa; — 
Gallenga ; — Harrington ; — Hovgaard ; — How- 
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in Norway ; — Weeks ; — Whyte. 

Trees. See New England soc. 

Truebner and Co., publ. Catalogue of books, 
periodicals, and serials on the East, and kindred 
subjects. L., 1882. 8". No. 2 in *6i75.3 

— Catalogue of dictionaries and grammars of 
the principal languages and dialects of the 
world. 2d ed. L., 1882. 8°. No. 1 in *6i75.3 

Tryon, George W., fr. Manual of conchology, 
structural and systematic. With illus. Vol. 1-3. 
Phila., 1879-81. Col. plates. 8°. *5872.55 

Tunis. See Irisson ; — Reid. 

Turkey. Sec Osman-Bey. 

Turner, J. llorsfall. Independency at Brig- 
house : or. Bridge End chapel, pastors and peo- 
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Tychsen, Olaus G. De cvneatis inscriptio- 
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Tyre. See Poulain de Bossa^'. 

Uhlemann, Maximilian A. De veterum 
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Accedunt indices et vocabularii liieroglyphici 
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— Philologiis Aegyptiacus sive explicatio vo- 
cum Aegyptiacarum e scriptoribus Graecis 
Romanisque coUectarum. Lipsiae, 1853. 8°. 

No. 14 in **5053.26 

— Qiiae, qualia, quanta! Eine Bestatigung 
des Qiioiisque tandem.' der ChampoUionischen 
Schule. Berlin, 1852. 8*^. No. 17 in ♦*5053.26 

— Das Qiiousque tandem.? der ChampoUio- 
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Berlin, 1852. 8°. No. 16 in **5053.26 

Ulbach, Louis. Le marteau d'acier. [Roman.] 
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Underwood, Francis H. Henry W^adsworth 
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— James Russell Lowell. A biog. sketch. 
B., 1882. Illus. Portr. 4°. 4342-78 

Unitarianism. See Belsham. 

United States. Laws relating to public works 
for the improvement of rivers and harbors from 
August II, 1790, to August 14, 1876. Comp. 
under the direction of J. G. Parke. Wash., 1877. 
Text; Atlas. 8^ *3663.i6 

— Letter from the Secretary of state, trans- 
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papers of Benjamin Franklin offered for sale by 
Henry Stevens, and recommending their pur- 
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1882. j 8°. **K.ii.i9 

Contains Henry Stevens' account of liis Franklin collec- 
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United States, continued. 

— Report of the select committee on transpor- 
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43d cong., 1st session. Wash., 1881. Folded 
maps. Charts. 8°. *5642.68 

— Analytical and topical index to the reports 
of the chief of engineers and the officers of the 
corps of engineers, U. S. army, upon works and 
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— Census bureau. History and present con- 
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Statistics of the iron and steel production 

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— Geoff, and geol. survey of the Rocky mis. , J. 
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American ethnology. Vol. 4. Wash., 188 1. 

Plates. 4°. *446o.i7 

Contents. — 4. Houses and house-life of the American 
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These maps, comprising surveys of the public lands, vary 
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— National board of health. Annual report. 

1879. Wash., 1879. Folded maps. 8". *5768.5o 

— Naval observatory. Astronomical and 
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— Administrations of Grant and Hayes. See 
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University of Wisconsin. See Butterfield. 

Valentine, Mrs. Shakespearian tales in verse. 
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Vandal,, Albert. Louis xv et Elisabeth de 
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Vanity Fair album, The. Vol. 12, 13. L., 

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Vaughan, Jonas D. The manners and customs 

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Vely, E., pseud. See Simon, Emma. 

Venice. 5ee Cook; — Molmenti. 

Ventilation. See Banner. 

Venus, Transit of. See Airy. 

Vercelli, Italy. See Bruzza. 

Vernon family. See Ellery. 

Vernon-Harcourt, Leveson F. Treatise on 
rivers and canals relating to the control and im- 
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Verrazano, Giovanni da. See De Costa. 

Vertebrates. See Goette. 

Vibration. See Everett. 



BATES HALL 

Victor Emmanuel II, king of Italy. S«4 
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Villette de Chateauneuf, G. M. Dis^eruiion 
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Villiers, — de. Le festin dc picrrc, ou Ic 
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Villiers du Terrage, Ren«5 E. dc. AMnmoniic 
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— Examen de deux mimoires de M. Biol. 
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Vincent ( H.) Charles. Chansons, niois & toakt». 
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Vincent de Paul, Saint. Lcttres. Ed. public 
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Violin. See Courvoisier. 

Virgilius Maro, Publius. The poem« of Virgil 
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— See Comparetti ; — Prowett. 

Virmond, Loudolphe de. Ricr^alion* biblio- 
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The writer draws parallels brtween the work* «»f living 
French authors and thi>sc of deccaMrd author* bcana( Mm 

same names, upon a theory that author* of the mmmmam* 
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Voice. See Behnke ; — Browne, L. 

Volcanoes. See Fuchs. 

Voltaire, Fran<;oi8 M. A. de. Lettrc* et po<»ie« 
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Voysey, Charles. The " «ling and the Hone." 
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34«7-5$-« 

Wachenhusen, llann. MyUdv. Roman. Stutt- 
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Wagner, Heinrich L. Voltaire am Abend 
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Waite family. See Corey. 

Waldberg, Max. R. von. Studicn lu Lc>*inK« 
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Walker, Geo. H. & Co., /«#/. Atla. of Spnn^;- 
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Wallice, Alfred R. Ijind nationa UaMon. 
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Contains a Ii»t of work* to b« con»all«J. 

Wallace, William. Kant. Edinb.. l883. Portr. 
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Walton, William, Af.A., of the University of 
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Wardle, W. Reference book of information, 
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Ware, John F. W. Wrestling and waiting. 
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Warren, Elizabeth. Savonarola, the Florentine 
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Water color painting. See Leitch. 

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Waters,Henry F. Children of William and Doro- 
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Weeden, William B. The social law of labor. 
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Weeks, Lyman H. Among the Azores. B., 
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Weights and measures. See Chabas ; — Jack- 
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Westcott, Brooke F. The revelation of the 
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West, The. See Porter. 

Western antiquary, The ; or Devon and Corn- 
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K.Wright. [Vol. I. No. 4. March, 1882 ; and Supple- 
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The Supplement for March, iSSa, is a genealogy of the 
Bonython family. 

Westinghouse brake. See Morandiere. 

Wharton, William J. L. Hydrographical sur- 
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employed in constructing marine charts. L., 
1882. Map. 8«. 3943-57 

Wheildon, William W. Letters to the New 
York Herald, June 16 and 17, 1875, on the Battle 
of Bunker Hill, including General Burgoyne's 
description of the engagement, Frothingham's 
view of the battle-ground and the views of Colo- 
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Cut from the New York Herald. 

White, Joseph B. Observations on heresy and 
orthodoxy. Rep. from the 2d ed., with a sketch 
of the author's life, by J. H. Thom [etc.]. L. 
1877. 160. 5469a.66 

^Vhitefield, Edwin. The homes of our fore- 
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Island and Connecticut. B., 1882. 32 plates. 
4°- *2338.66 

Whitehead, William A., ed. Documents re- 
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Vol. 3. 1703-1709. Newark, 1S81. 8°. ♦2376.68 

■Whyte, William A. A land journey from 
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sledge journey from Canton to St. Petersburg 
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Wiebe, Friedrich C. H. Skizzen-Buch fiir den 
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Wilkins, John. Repititorium der englischen 
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Willard, Duston H. Willard memoir. Sketch 
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Willers, Diedrich,y>. The centennial celebra- 
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\A^illiain II (Rufus), of England. 5'ee Freeman. 

■William Salt archJEological society. Collec- 
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Birmingham, 1880. 81. 8°. *2492.52 

^A^illson, Hugh B. Currency, or the funda- 
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Wilson, Alexander J. The national budget. 
L., 1882. [The English citizen.] Sm. 8°. 2515.55 

Wittelsbach family. See Heigel. 

^Vinso^, Justin, ed. The memorial history of 
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■Winter, William. Poems. Complete ed. B., 
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Woelfflin, Eduard. Die allitterierenden Ver- 
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WoUaston, Arthur N. English-Persiaii dic- 
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^^oman. See Ballou ; — Church ; — Hack ; — 
Higginson; — Martin, L A. 

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Wood engraving. See Meisterwerke. 

Woodward, Calvin M. A history of the St. 
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1881. 4°. ' *^*40io.68 
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■Wylie, Claude. A treatise on iron founding. 
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Yachts. See Grosvenor. 

Year book. The, of the church [of England] : 
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*3544-5a 

Year books. See Dickens. 

Young, Andrew W. The government class 
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Young, Charles A. The sun. With illus. L. 

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Zanella, Giacomo. Storia della letteratura 

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The conclusion to G. Invernizzi's Storia letteraria d'ltalia 
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[277>-SSJ- 

Zodiac. See Ayzac ; — Brunet de Presle ; — 
Chabert; — Dupuis; — Gulianof; — Lenoir; — Le- 
prince ; — Paravey ; — Saint-Martin ; — Schwartz ; 
— Testa. . 

Zola, Emile. See Alexis ; — De Amicis ; — 
Lindau. 



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Earlier Publications (a selection). 



Accurate journ.il and account of the proceed- 
ings of the New-England "forces, during the late 
expedition against the French settlements on 
Cape Breton to the surrender of Louishourg, 
1745. Exon, 1746. Sm. 8". *44i7.a7 

Tliis journal was sent to England by Sir Win. Pepperell, 
with a certificate attesting^ its accuracy, sijrned by him and 
otherofficers in the expedition. It can also be found printed 
as an appendix to Wni. Shirley's Letter to the duke of New- 
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Alison, St'r Archibald. The military life of 
John, duke of Marlborough. Edinb., 1848. 
Folded maps. 8". 65403.59 

Answer to Considerations on certain political 
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L., 1774. 8". *4376.72 

Apianus, Petrus. Cosmographia, iam denium 
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*2285.58 

Archaeological journal, The, published under 
the direction of the central committee of the 
British archaeological association. Vol. i. L., 
1845. Illus. 8°. *42i7.5i 

Continued as Journal of the Br. archaeol. assoc. It is 
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Armandi, Pierre D. Histoire militaire des 
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Aspland, Robert B. Memoir of Robert Asp- 
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Athenaeum fran9ais. Bulletin arch^ologique. 
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Avila, Francisco de. Arte de la lengua mexi- 
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Santa fee catholica, y otras para exortacion de su 
obligacion a los Indios. Mexico, 1717- Sm. 8°. 

♦♦D. 260a. 74 

Baldinucci, Filippo, 1624-1696. Vita di Fi- 
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sorgimento delle belle arti in Toscana; e ai res- 
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Firenze, 1812. 8". 2748.16 

Barlaeus {Dutch, van Baerle), Caspar. Rervni 
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Bayly, Thomas. Certamen religiosum : or, a 
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protestant cause. L., 1651. Sm. 4°. ♦♦7442.76 



Beaven, James. Recreations of a long vacm- 
tion ; or a visit to Indian mii>Kioni> in I'pper 
Canada. L., 1846. Illus. Sm. 8". 4468.61 

Bickham, George. The British monarcliv : 
or, a new chorographical description of all the 
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44 plates. Illus. PS *3490.sa 

Birch, Thomas. Memoirs of the rcijjn of 
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2 v. 4°. *4S4r.i6 

Boaden, James. Memoirs of the life of John 
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8'). 654oa.6a 

Boemus Aubanus, Johannes. The mannem, 
lawes, and customes of all nations, collected out 
of the best writers ; tr. out of Latin by Ed. 
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British archxological association. Journal. 
Vol. 1-34. L., 1846-78. Illus. 8«. ♦4a«7-5« 

The first volume published by thi» society w«« Ibe 
Archxological journal, vol. 1 [4ii7.'5>]. 

— A report of the proceedings at the fifth gen- 
eral meeting in Worcester, in Aug., 1848. Ed. 
by AlfredJ. Dunkin. L., 1851. 8». ♦4*16.61 

This report and that of the meeting "t Canterbury io 1&15 
were not authorized by the associatioo. 

— Transactions at its 2«l annual con|rre««, 
held at Winchester, Aug., 1845. L., 1846. Illu». 
Plates. 8°. ♦4*16.60 

Buddha and Buddhism. [Tran»lation by F. 
G. B. Davenport from a Siamese »acrcd book, 
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Buddha, before his entrance into Nirvana. AI»o. 
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1839. 3^°- •74»»«to 

Bullock, William. Six months' residence and 
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Cahier, Charles, and Martin, Arthur. Me- 
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Campana, Giovanni P.. mar<kt%t. Anliche 
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Cerisier, Antoine M. U destln de lAmJ^rique. 
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Consi^^M nf imairlnary dialo|CWM ^HJ**" '^''J? ^jJ^r^TM; 
I^rd North. I.ord Bute. etc.. sua ttfjbtrt*^ t.. Crri«^.by 
Barbier. It in lh.iuk'ht that it was not prlatcd Ul !-«>•••■• 
and it ik not regarded a» a tranalalloo. 

— Remarques sur les erreurs de I'Ifiatoire 
philosophique ct politique de G. T. Raynal. par 
rapport aux affaires de TAm^rique septentnonale. 
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Church-yard poetry of Lochlee, ivith a brief 
memoir of Alex. Ross. [Brechin, 184S-50.] 16°. 

6563.64 
Signed Z. 

Clement XI, fope, 1649-1721. Homilias, la- 
tino-espafiolas. Por Jvan de Ferreras. n. p., n. d. 
Engr. t. p. Vignettes. Sm. a^. 7445-56 

Cluny, Alexander. Le voyageur americain ou 
observations sur I'etat actuel, la culture, le com- 
merce des colonies britanniques en Amerique 
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publique des treize-Etats-Unis par M. J[oseph] 
M[andrillon]. Amsterdam, 17S2. 8'. 4464.78 

Collection of coats of arms borne by the nobili- 
ty and gentry of the county of Glocester. L., 
1792. 62 plates. 4°. *^*652i.i4 

Cook, Capt. James, and others. The North 
American pilot for Newfoundland, Labradore, 
the gulf and river St. Laurence: being a collec- 
tion of 60 accurate charts and plans, drawn from 
original surveys : taken by James Cook and 
Michael Lane and Joseph Gilbert, and other offi- 
cers : chiefly engr. by T. Jefferys on 36 large cop- 
per-plates. L., 1779. F". " *^*F.4.i8 

Corbinelli, Jean, ed. Extraits de tous les beaux 
endroits des ouvrages de Balzac, Voiture, Costar, 
Urfee, Gomberville, Moliere, Scudery, Bergerac, 
Sarazin, Le Pays, Ablancourt. Amsterdam, 1681. 
5 v. in 3. Sm. 12°. *6669.6o 

Cotton, Peter, cotnp. The American star. A 
choice collection of patriotic and other songs. 
2d ed. Richmond, 1817. Plates. 12°. 4398.96 

De TAm^rique et des Americains, ou observa- 
tions curieuses du philosophe La Douceur, qui 
a parcouru cet hemisphere pendant la derniere 
guerre, en faisant le noble metier de tuer des 
hommes sans les manger. Berlin, 1771. 16". 

No. I in 44693.82 

Barbier attributes this to either Bonneville or Dom Per- 
nettjr ; while Qjierard assigns it to Pierre Poivt-e. See note 
in Sabin's Dictionary of books relating to America, vol. i, 
p. 163. 

Don y Bassols, Raimundo L. de. Fines- 
tresivs vindicatvs adversvs Henricvm Florizivm. 
Barcinone, mdcclxxii. Sm. 4°. 5096.55 

Drummond, Sir William. Origines; or, re- 
marks on the origin of several empires, states, 
and cities. L., 1824-29. 4 V. Maps. S**. 6295.7 

Dupaix, Guillaume. Antiquites mexicaines. 
Relation des trois expeditions du capitaine Du- 
paix, ordonnees en 1805, 1806 et 1807, pour la 
recherche des antiquites du pays, notamment 
celles de Mitla et de Palenque ; accompagn^e des 
dessins de Castaneda, et d'une carte ; suivie d'un 
parallele de ces monuments avec ceux de I'Egvpte, 
de ITndostan, et du reste de I'ancien monde par 
A. Lenoir ; d'une dissertation sur I'origine de I'an- 
cienne population des deux Ameriques par [D. 
B.] Warden [etc]. P., 1834. Texte, i v. : Atlas, 

1 v., 156 plates, ¥°. *»*Cab.43.F.i 
Duponcet, J. N. Histoire de Scanderbeg rov 

d'Albanie. P , 1709. Sm. 12°. 50893.18 

Egerton, Mary M. S., countess of Wilton. The 
art of needlework, from the earliest ages; includ- 
ing some notices of the ancient historical tapes- 
tries. L., 1840. 120. 6007.39 
Escolano, Caspar. Decada primera de la his- 
toria de la insigne y coronada ciudad y revno de 
Valencia. i a [y 2a] parte. Valencia, i6"io, 11. 

2 v. Sm. P (8). ♦*D. 120.31 



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Exact collection of all remonstrances, declara- 
tions, and other remarkable passages betweene 
the kings most excellent majesty, and his high 
court of parliament beginning December 1641, 
and continued until March the 21, 1643. L., 1643. 
Plate. Sm. 4". **65i7.43 

Fitch, Rez'. Jabez. A plea for the ministers of 
New-England. Per amicum cleri, et populi. 
\_Anon.^ B., 1724. Sm. 8". 

**Prince 18.150; **Prince 27.209 

Fundgruben des Orients, bearbeitet durch eine 
Gesellschaft von Liebhabern. Auf Veranstaltung 
des Herrn Grafen Wenceslaus Rzewusky. Wien, 
1809-18. 6 v. Fac-similes. Maps. Folded 
plates. F°. *3020.55 

Gently, L., abbe. L'influence de la decouverte 
de I'Amerique sur le bonheur du genre hu- 
main. Orleans, 17S7. Plate. Folded map. 8". 

4319.14 

Goiffon, , and Vincent, . Memoire 

artificielle des principes relatifs a la fidelle repre- 
sentation des animaux, tant en peinture qu'en 
sculpture, lepartie, concernantlechevaj. Alfort, 
1775^ 3 ^'- i" I- Plates. 4°, 1. p. *8o6o.23 

Golovnin, Vasilie, d. 1832. Recollections of 
Japan. Added, chronological details of British 
commercial intercourse with that countrv. L., 
1819. 8". "5016.5 

Gore, Catherine G. F. Sketches of English 
character. L., 1846. 2 v. Sm. 8°. 6573.62 

Gosch, Josias L. Washington und die ameri- 
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Gray, Mrs. E. C. Emperors of Rome from 
Augustus to Constantine: being a continuation 
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sheets. 12°. 4759-13 

— History of Rome for young persons. By 
Mrs. Hamilton Gray. L., 1S47. 2 v. Illus. Sm. 
8". 4759" 

Grey, George, governor of South Australia. 
Journals of two expeditions of discovery in 
north-west and western Australia, 1837-39. With 
observations on the aboriginal inhabitants, etc. 
L., 1841. 2 V. Illus. 80. 507555 

Hardy, Robert W. H. Travels in the interior 
of Mexico, in 1825-8. L., 1829. Plates. Folded 
map. 8°. 4465 78 

Historical account of New South Wales and 
its dependent settlements : in illustration of 
twelve views, engr. by W. Preston, from drawings 
by Captain Wallis. L.,1821. Map. F". 

♦#*504ob.52 

Johnston, Thomas Travels through Lower 
Canada, interspersed with Canadian tales and 
anecdotes. Edinb., 1827. Woodcut. 12°. 

♦43693.58 

Jorio, Andrea de. La mimica degli antichi in- 
vestigata nel gestire napoletano. Napoli, 1832. 
Plates. 8". 2735-16 

Jomad3 de los coches de Madrid a Alcala, 6 
satisfaccion al palacio de Momo, y A las apunta- 
ciones a la carta del Maestro de nifios. Zaragoza, 
1714. Sm. 4°. 5096.54 

Kircher, Athanasius. Mundus subterraneus, 
in XII libros digestus. Ed. tertia. Amstelodami, 
1678. 2 V. in I. Illus. Maps. Plate. 4". ***596o.2 

Lafitau, Joseph F. De zeden der wilden van 
Amerika [in twee deelen]. In'tFransch beschre- 
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venhage, 1731. Copper-plates. F°. *^*436o.i6 



1882. 

Larrey, Isaac de. Histoire d'Angleterre, 
d'Ecosse, et d'lrlande ; avec un abr^g^ des ^vene- 
mens les plus remarquables arrivez dans les autres 
^tats. Rotterdam, 1697-1713. 4 v. F*". **K.ni.20 

Vols. 2-4 read Enrichi dcs portraits des rois, etc. ; but these 
have all been removed in this copy. 

Leigh, Sir Egerton. Considerations on cer- 
tain political transactions of the province of 
South Carolina. [A»oh.] L., 1774. 8*^. *4376.73 

Leonhardi, Philipp F. W., Freiherr von. Das 
Austragalverfahrendesdeutschen Bundes. Frank- 
furt a M., 1838, 45. 2 V. 8". 7625.13 

Leyden, John. Scenes of infancy : descriptive 
of Teviotdale. [A poem.] Edinb., 1803. Plate. 
240. *6563.65 

Lockhart, John G. , tr. and ed. Ancient 
Spanish ballads. With notes. With illus. The 
borders and vignettes by Owen Jones. New ed., 
rev. L., 1859. Portr. 4°. 3091.62 

Long, George, 0/ Gray's Inn, barrister. In- 
quiry concerning religion. L., 1855. 8". 7453.36 

Longstreet, Augustus B. Georgia scenes, 
characters, incidents, &c. , in the first half century 
of the republic. By a native Georgian. 2d ed. , 
with illus. N. Y.,^845. 12°. 4379-8i 

Loredano, Giovanni F., and Michiele, Pietro. 
II cimiterio. Epitafij giocosi. Centuria prima 
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Lunt, George. The dove and the eagle. 
[Poem.) [Anon.] B., 1851. 160. 4409-29 

Mackintosh, 5/> James. View of the reign of 
James 11, from his accession, to the enterprise of 
the prince of Orange. L., 1835. Portr. 4". 654oa.56 

Mather, Cotton. Christian loyalty. Or, some 
suitable sentiments on the withdraw of king 
George the first, and the access of George the 
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**H.97.73; **H.i6.242; ♦♦H. 16.287 

— The mystical marriage. A brief essay, on 
the grace of the Redeemer espousing the soul of 
the believer. B , 1728. 16°. •♦H.gg.ii 

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Mathews, Anne (J.). Memoirs of Charles 
Mathews, comedian. By Mrs. Mathews. L., 
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On 65493.35 is A continuation of the memoirs of C. 
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same matter as vol. 3 of the above London edition. 

Maucroix, Francois, 1619-1708. CEuvres 
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Mirabeau, Honore G. R., co>n/e de. De la 
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la situation actuelle des principales contr^es 
de I'Allemagne. Londres, Paris, 1788. Text, 
4 v., Portr., Folded sheets., 8°. ; Atlas, i v., F°. 
4821.55 ; Atlas, 48203.5 

" Indigeste compilation, dont le major prussicn Mauvillon 
avait fourni les principaux materiaux J» laquelle Mirabeau 
mit son nom, et qui fit faire banqueroute au libraire Lejay. 
II parait que J. Ch. Leveaux a eu part aussi it la composition 
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Modestus, Joannes A. Oratio ad Carolvm Cae- 
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Moigno, Francois (N.) M. J. Repertoire 
d'optique moderne. P., 1847, 50. 4 parts in 2 
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Muralt, B^at L. de. Lettres sur les Angloiset 
les Fran9ois. Et sur les voiages. \Anon.\ 
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New, A, and further narrative of the state of 
New-England, being a continued account of the 
bloudy Indian-war [King Philip's], from March 
till August, 1676. L., 1676. Sm. (^. ••4411.18 

Signed N. T. Reprinted in S. G. Drake'* "Old IndUo 

chronicle," pp. 71-103 ^446(;a.3i]. Tliis copy hat ■ wood^vt 
of the royal arms ofOrcat Briuin on the titlc-pagc. SooM 
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Nibby, Antonio. Degli orti Serviliani. dis- 
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— Del Tempio della pace e della Basilica di 
Costantino. Dissertazione. Roma, 1819. Plate 
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— Della via Portucnse e dell' antica citu' di 
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— Elementi di archeologia ad uso dell* Archi- 
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Nightingale, Joseph. Memoirs of her late 
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Oliver, George. Historical and descriptive ac- 
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Oudin, Casimir. Commentarivs de scriptoribvs 
ecclesia; antiqvis illorvinqve scriptis tarn im- 
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Ovalle, Alonso de. Historica relatione del 
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Person, David. Varieties: or, a svrveigh of 
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Plato. The Cratvlus, Phwdo. Parmenide* and 
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Porny, Mark A. Elements of heraldry. Illu». 
with cuts, and copper plates. Annexed, a dic- 
tionary of the technical terms made u*c of in 
heraldry, &c. 5th ed- L., 1795- 8". •etjS.at 

Poya's, Mrs. E. A. Our forefathers; their 
homes and their churches. Charleston, i860. 
120. NST*-?* 

Raumer, Friedrich L. G. von. Contributions 
to modern historv, from the British museum and 
the State paper o'ffice. Frederick II and his time. 
L i8u- Portr. Sm. 8". 4*»«-5« 

Regnault-Warin, Jean B. \. I. P. HiMoire du 
c^n^ral Lafayette en Am<irique. prrfcW^ d'une 
histoire dcsa vie. P.. 1832. 8». 6645.57 

Rome. [A collection of engravings giving 
views of buildings and ruins chiefly in and about 
Rome, with some architectural details. Korne. 
r738-.8.4.] 94 plat", t"-. VC.b.t«.B.l 

Only a very few arc Hated ; the dale rirra 'hp* •j' *• 
extVemc one*: AmonK ihoM n.< '♦•[^S^V''' "' "l^t!^ 
p"tcH 3-6, of the Escurial ; plate 7J-7S. L'*«IU« eathoMqi- 
i Berlin, T. Lc Ocay, sculp. 

Royal Asiatic fociety. Bombay branch. 
JotirTal. Vol. .-6. ^^,\-'^'' J^'^^l'^- 
^861. Folded maps. Plates. 8«. *5057.50 

Ruffini. Giovanni D. The P.raKreen. on a 
visit to the Paris universal exhibition. J- "JSJ- 
16°. 6570b.7S 



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[Samtnlung von 353 merckwiirdigen Kup- 
ferstichen hoher und gelehrter Personen beson- 
dersauch von denen welche zur Zeit der Reforma- 
tion gelebt haben, nebst diesen auch andere.] 
N. p., n. d. 2 V. 8". **624i.i2 

The above title for this collection of portraits is taken 
from a note on the fly-leaf. Many of the plates are not 
signed. On the majority of those that are signed appears 
the name of Peter Aubry (1596-1666); others have Lucas 
Kilian (1579-1637), Isaac Bruun, Jac. ab Heyden, etc. 

Sanson (d'Abbeville), Nicolas. L'Am^riqve, 
en plvsievrs cartes novvelles, et exactes, &c., en 
divers traitez de g^ographie, et d'histoire. P. 
[1656] 4°. **23ii.68 

Seamier, Robert. Several sermons : preached 
in England and in the island of Barbadoes in 
America. N. p., 1685. Sm. 4". **7442.75 

Schmidt, (VV.) Adolf. Zeitgendssische Ge- 
schichten. Frankreich von 1815 bis 1830. Oes- 
terreich von 1830 bis 1848. Berlin, 1859. 8°. 

2304-55 

Schwarz, Friedrich H. C. Das Leben in seiner 

Bliite, oder Sittlichkeit, Christenthum und Erzie- 

hung in ihrer Einheit. Schluss der Erziehungs- 

lehre. Lpz., 1837. 8^ 3593-56 

— Die Schulen. Die verschiedenen Arten der 
Schulen. Lpz., 1832. 8". 3593-58 

Seccomb, Joseph. Business and diversion in- 
offensive to God. A discourse uttered in part at 
Ammauskeeg Falls, in the fishing season. 1739. 
B., 1743. 8'^. **7455-" 

The preface is signed Fluvialis Piscator. 

Sheridan, ed. The diadem, a book for the 
boudoir. L., 1838. Illus. F". *456o.7 

Simon, James. An essay towards an historical 
account of Irish coins, and of the currency of 
foregin [5/cJ monies in Ireland. With an ap- 
pendix. Dublin, 1749. Plates. 4°. *652i.i3 

Smith, Josiah. Jesus persecuted in his dis- 
ciples. A sermon preach'd in Charlestown, 
South Carolina, 1742. B., 1745. Sm. 8°. 

No. 1 in **H.99.io 

— A zeal of God encourag'd and guarded. A 
sermon preach'd at Charlestown, March 3d, 
1744, 5. B., 1745. Sm. 8". No. 2 in**H.99.io 



Smyth, William H , rear-admiral. Descrip- 
tive catalogue of a cabinet of Roman imperial 
large brass medals. Bedford, 1834. 4". *475i.3 

Speechly, William. Treatise on the culture 
of the pine apple and the management of the 
hot-house. 2d ed., with additions. York, 1796. 
Folded plates. 8°. 5996.12 

Thacher, Peter. Reply to the strictures of 
Mr. J. S., a layman, upon the pamphlet entitled 
Observations upon the present state of the clergy 
in New England, &c. B. [1783.'] 8^. **H.94.4i 

Vaillant, Jean F. Nummi antiqui familiarum 
Romanarum perpetuis interpretationibus illus- 
trati. AmstelEedami, 1703. Text, 2 v. ; Plates, 
1 V. Sm. f°. *475o.58 

Valcke, P. F. Speculum et idea boni pastoris, 
in viginti adhortationibus. Mechlinize, 1826. i2<». 

7440.57 
Very short. A, and candid appeal to free born 
Britons. By an American. L., 1774. 8". *47i9.33 
Upon the Boston port-bill. Signed, A Carolinian. 

View of the history of Great-Britain, during 
the administration of Lord North, to the second 
session of the fifteenth parliament. In two parts. 
With statements of the public expenditure. 
Dublin, 1782. 8". 6517.42 

Walford, Edward. Hand-book of the Greek 
drama. L., 1856. Sm. 8". 2969.69 

Wilson, John (^Christopher North), and 
Chambers, Robert. The land of Burns, a series 
of landscapes and portraits, illustrative of the 
life and writings of the Scottish poet. The 
landscapes from paintings made by D. O. Hill. 
The literary department, by Professor Wilson 
and Robert Chambers. Glasgow, 1840. 2 v. in 
I. 4°. ***246oa.6o 

Wolcott, or Wolcot, John, ed. The beauties of 
English poetry. Selected from the most esteemed 
authors. L., 1804. 2 v. Illus. Sm. 8"^. 6563.66 

Wood, William, F. R. S. General conchol- 
ogy ; or a description of shells, arranged accord- 
ing to the Linnean system, and illus. with plates 
drawn and coloured from nature. Vol. i. L., 
1815. 8". *5872-5i 

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ies., and, if they are on the shelves., they will be sent to the Branch or Delivery the 
same or folloiving day. 



Abbott, Edward. Out doors at Long Look. 

Dor. 258.5 
Abbott, Jacob. The young Christian. Me- 
morial ed., with a sketch of the author by [Ed- 
ward Abbott]. Illus. Portr. 1086.32 

Dor. 396.16 

About, Edward F. V. Greece, and the Greeks 

of the present day. Tr. Rox. 5524.15 

— The Roman question. Tr. Kox. 5524.11 



Adams, Abigail. Letters of Mrs. Adams, the 
wife of John Adams. Portr. Rox. 5026.12 

Adams, Charles K. Manual of historical liter- 
ature, with suggestions as to methods and course 
of historical study. 1403 x ; Rox. 5714-9 

S. B. 77.10 

Adams, Henry C. The Indian boy. With 
illus. 1472.12; J." P. 336.9 

— The Winborough boys. Dor. 258.4 



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Adams, William H. D. The bird world de- 
scribed. H. Giacomelli, illustrator. 8.6.321.11 

Adams, William S. {Oliver Optic.) The 
waj' of the world. A novel. J. P. 312.2 

Aikin, Lucy. Memoirs of the court of King 
James the first 2 v. J, P. 1221.4 

Alden, Isabella L. (Pansy.) The hall in the 
grove. E. B. 316.26 ; J. P. 334.13 

— Some young heroines. [Short stories.] 
Illus. 1471.30; Rox. 1114.12 

Alexander, il//-5.,/5e«</ See Hector, Annie F. 
Alger, Horatio,//-. Charlie Codman's cruise. 

J. P. 223.28 

— Frank's campaign. J. P. 223.27 

— From farm boy to senator; the history of 
Daniel Webster. Illus. 1540.44; J. P. 233.15 

Rox. 1017.9; S. B. 168.50 
Anderson, Edward L. On horseback. 

Dor. 396.14 
Andersson, Charles J. Lake Ngami. With 
illus. Rox. 593519 

Appletons' annual cyclopaedia of 1881. 

Dor. 215.1 ; Rox. R. R., C.3.1; S. B. 131 

• Argles, M. Faith and unfaith. [Fiction.] 

By the author of " Molly Bawn." 1416.22 

Dor. 319.34; J. P. 822.28; Rox. 2318.34 

S. B. 285.54 

Arnold, Edwin L. On the Indian hills; or, 

cofFee-planting in southern India. 2 v. 

J. P. 1434- 1 3 
Arnold, Matthew. Essays in criticism. 1897.14 

— Irish essays and others. ■ 1897.18 

Rox. 5825.23 

Contents. — The incompatibles ; An unreearded Irish 
Errievance; Ecce, conveitimur ad gentes; The future of 
liberalisni; Speech at Eton ; The French play in London; 
Copyright ; Prefaces to Poems. 

— Mixed essays. 1897.15 
Aschenbroedel. [Fiction.] [No name ser.] 

14B2.18 ; J. P. 41714 ; Box. 2414.7 
S. B. 2403.30 ; S. E. 419-23 
Atkinson, Edward. What is a bank.? 

No. 8 in Rox. 5821.19 

Aubertin, J. J. A flight to Mexico. With 

illus. Rox. 7365-" 

Auerbach, Berthold. Spinoza. A novel. From 

the German, by E. Nicholson. Lpz. 1726.12 

J.P. 822.22; Rox. 2318.32 ; S. B. 140.80 

— Same. [Leisure hour ser.] 1726.13 

Dor. 415.27; Rox. 2423.19; S.B. 238.44 

" The book which tells, with a due admixture of fact and 
fiction, the story of Spinoza's early life was the first by 
which Auerbach established his fame. The ablest part of 
the book, and that which makes it decidedly worth reading, 
is the picture it furnishes of Jewish manners and of the in- 
tellectual condition of Holland at that period. The char- 
acter of Spinoza, too— the manner in which his doubts 
arose, his philosophy was formulated — is well sketched. — 
Aihenieum. 

Ayres, Alfred, fseud. See Osmun, Thomas E. 

Azeglio, (G. M. G. R.) Massimo (T.), mar- 
chese d'. Florence betrayed ; or, the last days of 
the republic. Tr. from the Italian. Rox. 7412" 

Baby Rue. [No name sen] Brl. ii.i5» 

Bacon, Henry. A Parisian year. Illus. 

1668.16; Dor. 42724; Box. 7365" 

Bagenal, Philip H. D- The American Irish 
and their influence on Irish politics. 210.14 

S.B. 156.25 

Bailey, W. Whitman. The botanical collec- 
tor's handbook. Ro'^- 1724-" 

Bain, Alexander. James Mill. A biography. 
Portr. , 1537.8; Box. 5335-5 

— John Stuart Mill. A criticism. Box. 5335-6 



Baker, George M., ej. The reading club and 

handy speaker: for readings and recitations. 

No. 79. s. B. 48-ai 

— Sam'. No. 10. Dor. 108.30 

Ballantine, William. Some experiences of a 

barrister's life. 533- 18; Dor. 275.2 

Rox. 7326.16; S. B. 67.33 

Ballard, Julia P. The lo.st estate, and other 

stories. 1462.28; Bri. 33.132 

Dor. 258.18; E. B. 249-89; 4- I*. 336.11 

Rox. 1114.13; S. B. 135.56 

Ballou, Maturin M., comp. Notable thoughta 

about women. E. B. 152.26 

Bancroft, George. History of the formation 

of the constitution of the United States, i v. 

301.1 ; Kox. 5024.14 
Barber, John W., and Howe, Henry. His- 
torical collections of the state of New York. 
Illus. Kox. 5233.3 

Barbou, Alfred. Victor Hugo and his lime. 
Illus. with 120 drawings by E. Bayard, etc., and 
drawings by Victor Hugo. Tr. 533.«7 

J. P. 1221.3 ; Rox. 7342.7 
Barbour, George M. Florida for tourists, in- 
valids, and settlers. Illus. S. B. 336.33 
Baring-Gould, Sabine. The vicar of Morwcn- 
stow. A life of R. S. Hawker. Portr. 560.2 
Barker, Fred C, and Danforth, John S. 
Hunting and trapping on the Upper Magalloway 
river and Parmachenee lake. Illus. i73->3 

Dor. 128.13 
Barrett, William A. English church com- 
posers. [Great musicians.] 1548-33 
Barrili, Anton G. The eleventh command- 
ment. A romance. From the Italian by Clarm 
Bell. ' M6*» 
A story of Italian life of the present day. 

Barritt, Leon, ed. All the world over, by rail, 
sail, saddle, paddle, and on foot. By famout 
American authors Illus. 5*-5* 

Batty, Joseph H. How to hunt and trap. 
With chapters upon outfits, guns, etc. 1 175-34 

— Practical taxidermy. Illus. S. B. 3>9-*s 

Baylies, Francis. An historical memoir of 
New Plymouth [to] 169^. a v. Rox. 5223.11 

Beale, Lionel S. On slight ailments. 

Dor. 390.1) 

Beard, George M. A practical trcatis* on 
sea-sickness. Rox« 6015.11 

Bede, Cuthbert, p%eud. Se* Bradley, fcdward. 

Beecher, Catharine E. The true remedy for 
the wrongs of woman. Box. 70"5 »7 

Truth stranger than fiction. Kox. 7015.16 

Berton, Pierre. Les iurons dc CadilUc. 
Comedie. «o- 3 >n Kox. 573a- «« 

Bible. The Holv Bible according to the au- 
thorized version (i<jii), with commentary (elc). 
Ed. by F. C Cook. 6 v. ,*f V •^^i 

Bird, Frederick S. The land of dykes and 
windmills; or. life in Holland. 66o.t3 

Black. William. Mr. Piikistratu* Brown, MP., 

in the Highlands. The four Mac NicoU The 

pupil of Aurclius. 1416.23 ; llor. 4«9.t 

J. P. 822.29 ; Rox. 2318.33 ; H. B. 288.46 

Blackmore, Richard n. Chriotowcll. A Dart- 
moor tale. „ *^':f"*'J*"H*^S 
J. P. 822.20; Rox. 13«8.3« ; J*« »• 284-56 

Bohn, Hcnrv G.. rd. A dictionary ol quota- 
tions from the English poet*. Rox. R- K-. «• 1«» 

Boston athcnKum. CaUlogueof [lU] library. 
1807-1871. 5v. B»». 6130.7 



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July. 



Bradley, Edward. (^Cuthhert Bede.') Hu- 
mour, wit, and satire. With illus. i8g9-5 

Brittan, Harriet G. A woman's talks about 
India. Illus. 1696.9; J.P. 1417.15 

Bronson, Henry. The history of Waterburj, 
Conn. Illus. _ Rox. 5233-5 

Brown, Almedia M. Dtarj of a minister's 
wife. [Fiction.] Portr. Illus. 1726.17 

Brown, Francis H. The medical register for 
New England. Rox. 6037.5 

Buckland, Frank. Notes and jottings from 
animal life. With illus. 173-25 

The selections and arranjfement for publication were made 
by the author just before his death. 

Bulfinch, Thomas. The. age of fable; or, 
beauties of mythology. Enl. edition, ed. by E. 
E. Hale Illus. Rox. 5213.2 

Bulkley, Lucius D. The skin in health and 
disease. Illus. [Amer. health primers.] 1174.43 

Burke, Sir (J.) Bernard. Reminiscences an- 
cestral, anecdotal and historic. A remodelled and 
rev. ed. of " The rise of great families and other 
essays." Rox. 5335-7 

Burke, Peter. The romance of the forum, or, 
anecdotes from courts of justice. Rox. 7015. 11 

Burroughs, John, and others. Essays from 
"The critic." 1897.20; Ro.v. 5827.19 

Contents. — Thorcau's wildness, by J. Burroughs; Wil- 
liam Blake, by E. C. Stedman; Death of Carlyle, by W. 
Whitman; Death of Lons; fellow, by W. Whitman; George 
Eliot and the novel, bv Ed. Eegleston ; Frances Hodgson 
Burnett, by K. H. Stoddard; Thoreau's unpublished poetry, 
by F. B. Sanborn; Emerson and the superlative, by J. 
Burroughs; A company of spring poets, by Edith M. 
Thomas; Nature in literature, by J. Burroughs; Austin 
Dobson, by E. W. Gosse; Alphonse Daudet, by P. M. Pot- 
ter; Boston culture, by ]. H. Morse; The late Sidney Lanier, 
by E. C. Stedman; English society and Endymion, by 
Julia Ward Howe; Historical criticism of Christ, by H. W. 
Bellows; Whitman's Leaves of grass. 

Caine, T. Hall, ed. Sonnets of three centuries. 

Rox. 5624.8 

Caird, John. Sermons. Rox. 7386.25 

Gallery, J. M., and Yvan, Melchior. History 

of the insurrection in China. Tr. from the 

French. With map. Rox. 5524.14 

Carleton, William. Fardorougha, the miser. 

1417.12 

— Valentine M'Clutchy, the Irish agent. 
Portr. Dor. 466.3 

Qastlemon, \{&rTy, pseud. See Fosdick, Charles 
A. 

Catherwood, Mary H. Craque-o'-Doom. A 
story. Illus. Rox. 2424.4 

— Rocky Fork. [Juvenile.] Illus. 1726.20 

Dor. 257.1; Rox. 1136.20 

Caverley, Robert B. History of the Indian 

wars of New England, with [Life of] Eliot the 

apostle. Illus. Rox. 5015.9 

Chautauqua library of English history and 

literature. 3 V. 391.8; Bri. 86.71 ; Dor. 39*4.5 

E. B. 354-13 ; J* P» 1036-3 ; Rox- 1932-15 

S. B. 56.12 

Contents. — i. From the earliest times to the Norman 
period. — 2. The early Plantagcnets. — 3. Wars of the roses. 

Chellis, Mary D. All for money. 1462.19 

Bri. 33.120; Dor. 258.10; E. B. 249.87 

J. P. 227.15; Rox. 1134.23; S. B. 136.52 

— Bread and beer. 1462.14; Bri. 33.114 

Dor. 258.9; E. B. 249.86; J. 1*. 227.14 
Rox. 1134.24; S. B. 136.51 

— The brewer's fortune. 1462.15 

Bri. 23.140; Dor. 258.7; E. B. 19.106 
J. F. 227.12; Rox. 1134.21; 8. B. 136.49 



Chellis, Mary D., continued. 

— The brewery at Taylorville. 1417.13 
Bri. 23.139; l)or. 258.6; E. B. 19.107 

J. P. 227.11; Rox. -1 134.20; S. B. 136.48 

— From father to son. 1462.21 ; Bri. 23.141 
Dor. 258.8; E. B. 19.108; J. P. 227.13 

Rox. 1134.22; S. B. 136.50 

Chequered career. A; or, fifteen years in 
Australia and New Zealand. Rox. 7364.23 

Chess player's chronicle, The. Vol. i, 2. 
Illus. Dor. 191.32 

Chester, Henrietta M. Russia, past and pres- 
ent. Adapted from the German of Lankenau and 
Oel[s]nitz. With map and illus. Rox. 5715.13 

Church, Ella R. Money-making for ladies. 

Dor. 398.16 

Cist, Henry M. The army of the Cumberland. 

[Campaigns of the Civil war.] 220.8 

Dor. 384.28; Rox. 5036.17; S. B. 158.41 

Clark, Hugh. An introduction to heraldry. 
With illus. i8th ed. Rox. 7316.5 

Clarke, Asia B. The elder and the younger 
Booth. [American actor ser.] E. B. 152.27 

S. B. 169.31 

Clarke, James F. Events and epochs in relig- 
ious history. Illus. Bri. 136.101 

Contents. — The catacombs ; Buddhist monks of Central 
Asia; Christian monks and monastic life; Augustine, 
Anselm, Bernard, and their times; Jeanne D'Arc; Savon- 
arola and the renaissance; Luther and the reformation; 
Loyola and the Jesuits; Mystics in all religions; George 
Fox and the Quakers; The Huguenots; John Wesley and 
his times. 

Clemens, Samuel L. {Mark Trvain.^ The 
prince and the pauper. A tale. With illus. 

Rox. 1 1 13.8 

— The stolen white elephant, etc. 
J. P. 336.14; Rox. 2424.9; S. B. 219.39 

Contains eighteen papers, some of which have been 
published previously. 

Clement, Clara E. Charlotte Cushman. Portrs. 

[American actor ser.] 550.12; Dor. 376.23 

J, P. 1115.11; S. B. 169.30 

Collins, Mortimer. The princess Clarice. A 
story of 1S71. 2 V. 1462.7 

Collins, William L. La Fontaine and other 
French fabulists. [Foreign classics for English 
readers.] 1548.32; Rox. 1037.20 

Comfort, Richard. Nero : a tragedy. 

Rox. 1638.5 

Cooke, Carrie A. To-days and yesterdays. 
[Fiction.] 1711.25; Dor. 466.16 

Cooley, Le Roy C. Easy experiments in 
physical science. Illus. Bri. 122.115 

Courvoisier, Carl. The technics of violin play- 
ing. Ed. and tr. by H. E. Krehbiel. 1203.18 

Cowley, Charles. A history of Lowell. Illus. 

Rox. 5226.5 

Cox, Jacob D. Atlanta. [Campaigns of the 
Civil war.] 220.9; J« P« 925.20; Rox. 5036.18 

S. B. 158.42 

Cox, Samuel S. Arctic sunbeams : or from 

Broadway to the Bosphorus by way of the North 

cape. Illus. 1705.12; Dor. 424.2; E. B. 98.25 

J. P. 1434-13; Itox. 7365-8; S. B. 368.14 

— Orient sunbeams ; or, from the Porte to the 
Pyramids, by way of Palestine. Illus. 1705.13 

Dor. 424.4; E. B. 98.26 

Craik, Dinah (M.). His little mother, and 

" other tales and sketches. 34-99; Dor. 319.31 

J. P. 822.21 ; Rox. 2318.30; S. B. 140.6 

— Plain-speaking. Dor. 286. 11 ; J. P. 1614.6 
Rox. 1935-16; S. B. 143-47 

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Craik, Georgiana M. Sydney. A novel. 

J. P. 431-17 

Creme, La, de la cr^me. A collection of music 
for advanced players. Vol. i. Nos. i-io. 

Kox. 1630.18 

Gumming, Constance F. G. At home in 
Fiji- Illus. J. p. 1433.18 

Cusack, Mary F. {religious name Mary Frances 
Clare). The case of Ireland stated. 980.39 

Daggett, John. Sketch of the history of Attle- 
borough. Rox. 5223.8 

Dahlgren, Madeleine V. South-mountain 
magic. A narrative. 1818.28 ; Rox. 7417.8 

The daily life and superstitions of a colony, mostly of Ger- 
man descent, living near tliis battle-field. 

Dana, Alexander H. Enigmas of life, death, 
and the future state. Dor. 396.8 

Dannenberg, Georg. {Golo Rainmnd.) From 

hand to hand. A novel. From the German, by 

Mrs. A. L. Wister. 51-57; Dor. 466.4 

J. P. 624.28; Rox. 2422.13; S. B. 216.54 

D'Anvers, N. An elementary history of art. 

1202.17 

Darby, John, pseud. See Garretson, James E. 

Darwin, Charles R. The formation of vegeta- 
ble mo^ld, through the action of worms. With 
illus. Dor. 356.42 

Davidson, Samuel. Introduction to the study 
of the New Testament. 2 v. Rox. 6330.2 

Dayton, Abram C. Last days of Knicker- 
bocker life in New York. 236.12 ; Bri. 104.93 

De Amicis, Edmondo. Morocco : its people 
and places. Tr. by C. RoUin-Tilton. Illus. 

, Dor. 424- 1 ; J. P. 1434- 1 1 

Deane, Margery, fseud. See Pitman, Marie J. 

De Kay, James E. Sketches of Turkey in 1831 
and 1832. By an American. 1833. Dor. 121. 21 

Delaumosne, — , abbd. The art of oratory, 
system of Delsarte, from the French, by Frances 
A. Shaw. 1393-25 

Denison, Mary A. Grandmother Normandy. 
[Fiction.] [V. I. F. series.] 1721.22 

Desmond hundred. The. [Round-robin ser.] 

1451.13; Dor. 467.1 ; J. P. 526.10 

Rox. 2414.23 ; S. B. 24oa.55 

Dickens, Charles, jr. Dictionary of days ; an 
every-day record of 1880. S. B. 176.13 

Dodge, Mary A. {Gail Hamilton.) Wool- 
gathering. Rox. 7015.20 

Dodge, Richard I. Our wild Indians. 

Dor. 456.2 ; Rox. 5033.13 

Donnelly, Ignatius. Atlantis : the antedi- 
luvian world. Illus. 1956.8 

The author attempts to show in the light of archxological 
and geological research that the island of Atlantis, described 
by Plato, really existed and was the home of a nation to 
which all civilizations may be traced. 

Doran, John W. Memories of our great towns. 

With illus. Rox. 5437-8 

Dorothea. [Round-robin sen] 1472-14 

Bri. 43.102; E. B. 299.88; J. P. 526.8 

Rox. 2414.22; S. B. 2403.54 

Dorothy: a country story in elegiac verse. 

kB. 259.5 
Attributed to Arthur J. Munby. 

Douglass, Frederick. Life and times written 
by himself. Portrs. Illus. Rox. 5026.16 

Drake, Samuel A. The heart of the White 
mountains. With illus. Bri. 68.65 

Dreyfus, Abraham. Le Klephte. Com^die. 

Rox. 5733-" 



Dudevant, Amantine L. A. I). {G.or^ 
Sand.) Teverino : a romance. Tr. Rox. 7417.3 
Dumas, Alexander (D.). La tulipe noire. 

R«X* 73S3-*< 

Du Moncel, Theodore A. L., com ft, and 
Preece, William H. Incandescent electric lights, 
with particular reference to the Edison lamp* at 
the Paris exhibition. Illus. 1141.SO 

Duncan, Thomas C. How to be plump. 

IKtr. 398.19 

Dutt.Toru. Ancient ballads and lcjiendt.c»i Hin- 
dustan. Withmemoir.by E.W.GosRc. Rox.s6i8.ig 

Dyer, Sidney. Black diamonds; or, the curi> 
osities of coal. Illus. II7S*9 

Eaton, Li 1 ley. Genealogical historv of Read- 
ing, Mass. 1639-1874. Illus. ftox. saai.fl 

Ebers, George (M.) The burgomaster's wife. 
A romance. From the German by Marv J. Saf- 
ford. Dor. 466.2 ; J. 1*. 517.30 

The scene is laid in the Xcthcrland> in 1574. 

— Der Kaiser. Roman. 2 v. aoia.aa 
Egger, Emile. Notions ^l^mentairesde grmm- 

maire compar^e pour servir k I'^tudc des trois 

langues classiques. Be ^d. Rox. 6115.13 

Elliot, Frances. The diary of an idle woman 

in Sicily. 1668.14; Dor. 28.35; J« !*• 822.23 

Rox. 228.5; ?*• B. 340.23 

— Pictures of old Rome. 1647.10; lk»r. 28.36 

J. P. 822.26; Rox. 228.6; S. B. 34024 

Ellis, George E. The red man and the white 

man in North America. Rox. 5033.14 

Elton, Charles. Origins of English history. 

Rox.S7ta.8 
English girl's account. An, of a Moravian set- 
tlement in the Black Forest. aioi.ao 
Ewald, Alexander C. Stories from the state 
papers. Fac-simile. 980.41 ; Box. 73'^*4 

Faiths, The, of the world : St. Giles* lectures. 

Rox. 73*4-** 

Conlenls. — Religions of India, bv J. Caird ; Of CWaa^b* 
G. Mathcson; Of Persia, bv J. .Milne; Of ■ncicirt Enrpi, 
by J. Dodds; Of ancient Greece, by W. Milllpiii Of ••• 
cient Rome, bv J. Maiurcgor; Teutonic and Scsqd WXto 
religion, by 0. S. Hums; Ancient rrliglnaj ofOsagW 
America, by J. .M. Lang; Judaikm. by M. C. TsT»a»; M». 
hommcdanism. bv J. C. Lee» ; Chri»ti«nity in relMioa U» a«ks« 
religions, by R.>*linL 

Falke, Jakob von. Greece and Rome. Tr. 
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Fenn, George M. Off to the wilds : the 
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Illus. .»*'7.»» 

Fitzgerald, Percy. Recreations of a literary 
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Fleming. May A. A changed heart. A 
novel. Bri.a4.96;J.V.6M.t7 

Forrester, Mrs. — . My lord and my lady. 

[Fiction. ] 1474- '9 ; !>•«'• 3«»-3» ; J* !*• 8»«.«5 

Rox. a3i7-3o: S. B. a«4 $9 

Fosdick. Charles A. ( tUrry CatfUmom Ihe 
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— George at the fort. [Roughmx it »crics.] 

147a.11 ; Dor. ass.aS; J. P. 135.31 

Rox. 1136.14; H.B. 118.37 

Footer, Afrs. I. H. (Faye Nmmlimgtom. i Mr. 

Mackenzie'* answer. 146a "3 ; Bn. 33J«6 

Dor. 158 «6 ; E. B. 269 90 ; J. P. 33* «» 

Rox. 1114-14: ^<• B. 13MA 

— Riplev parsonage. A sequel to 'Mr. Mac- 
kenzie's an^w.r.- „ I46a.i6: Bri.33.«|7 

ll9r. 258.17; E. B. 269 9« . J- n- "! '^ 
Rox. U1415; H. B. 13M7 



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[Leisure hour sen] Bri. 33.113 

Fox, Caroline. Memories of old friends. 
Being extracts from journals and letters, from 
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Fox, Emily. {Toler King.) Off the rocks. 
A novel. 1417.18 

Freeman, Edward A. The reign of William 
Rufus and the accession of Henry the first. 2 v. 
Maps. ROX. 7332.11 

Friswell, James Hain. About in the world. 
Essays. [Gentle life ser.] 120.14 

Froude, James A. Thomas Carlyle. History 

of the first forty years of his life. 1795-1835. 

Scribner. 2 v. 533.16; E. B. 214.16 

Box. 7326.15; S. B. 66.21 

— Same. 2 v. in i. Scribner. Dor. 275.1 

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fairy tale. lUus. 51.51 

Fuller, Albert W. Artistic homes in city and 
country. lUus. 200.13 

Fuller, Oliver P. The history of Warwick, 
R. I. Illus. Box. 5226.6 

Gardner, Dorsey. Quatre Bras, Ligny and 
Waterloo. Rox. 7332.10 

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Garrig^es, Adele M. Summer boarders. [Fic- 
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Geddie, John. Beyond the Himalayas. Story 
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Gerard, E. D., fseud. Beggar my neighbor. 
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Dor. 324- 52 

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— The world's foundations, or geology for 
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Gibson, W. Hamilton. Pastoral days ; or, memo- 
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Gilbert, William S., and Sullivan, Arthur. 
Patience. An aesthetic opera. J. P. 2311.5 

Gilder, William. Schwatka's search. Sledging 
in the Arctic in search of the Franklin records. 
With illus. Dor. 456.1 

Girls and their ways. By one who knows 
them. Dor. 398.15 

Goadby, Edwin. The England of Shakespeare. 

S. B. 340.29 

Godin.JeanB. A. The association of capital 
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Goethe, Johann W. von. Faust. Tr. by Bay- 
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Goodwin, J. H. Improved book-keeping and 
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Gordon, George H. War diary of events in the 

war of the great rebellion. 1863-^5. Illus. Maps. 

275.14; Dor. 385.16; J. P. 914.3; Rox. 5015.8 

Graham, Andrew J. The handbook of stand- 
ard or American phonography. Dor. 396.19 

Grant, James. Jane Seton. Illus. A Scottish 
historical romance. Rox. 7417.4 

— The Lord hermitage. A novel. 1804.20 



Granville, Joseph M. The secret of a good 
memory. Dor. 398.14 

Gray, Asa. School and field book of botany. 
Illus. S. B. 327.15 

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story. S. B. 215.45 

Green, John R. History of the English people. 
With maps. 4 v. Dor. 385.17 

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S. B. 72.10 
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how to load for all sorts of game. \Also, Ex- 
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Gregorovius, Ferdinand. Athenais. Ge- 
schichte einer byzantinischen Kaiserin. [.4/50, 
Cyprianus und Justina. Dichtung der Kaiserin 
Eudokia, etc.] Rox. 5732.11 

— Korfu : eine jonische Idylle. Rox. 5633.21 
Grey, Henry, ed. The classics for the million. 

Dor. 286.10 

Greyson, R. E. W., pseud. >S«(? Rogers, Henry. 

Guest, M[ontague.'] J. Lectures on the his- 
tory of England. With maps. Dor. 266.14 

Guhl, Ernst, and Koner, Wilhelm. The life 
of the Greeks and Romans described from antique 
monuments. Tr. With illus. E. B. 331. i 

Guide to selecting plays : a complete descrip- 
tion of 1500 pieces. 1364.6 

Gunnison, John W. The Mormons, or Latter- 
day saints. Rox. 7015.8 

Gurteen, S. Humphreys. A handbook of 
charity organization. J. P. 1912.7 

Guthrie, Frederick. The first book of knowl- 
edge. S. B. 320.18 

Habberton, John. Mrs. Mayburn's twins. 
32.92; Bri. 12.119; £<B. 492.1 

Identical with Just one day [33.42]. 

Hall, Anna M. Midsummer eve; a fairy tale 
of love. 50.21 

— The Whiteboy ; a story of Ireland. 50.22 
Hallam, Henry. View of the state of Europe 

during the middle ages. Bri, 76.77 

Hamerton, Philip G. The graphic arts. 206.29 

E. B. 385.30 ; Rox. 6214.20 ; S. B. 329.21 

This lacks the illustrations of the English ed. [60703.55]. 

Hamilton, Gail, pseud. See Dodge, Mary A. 

Hardy, Thomas. A Laodicean. A tale of 

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Box. 2316.19; S.B. 286.67 

Harland, John, and 'Wilkinson, T. T. Lan- 
cashire legends. 1818.27 

Harland, Marion, pseud. See Terhune, Mary 
V. 

Harrington, Adelaide L. The afterglow of 
European travel. Illus. 1665.22 ; Dor. 424.3 

Harris, W^illiam W. The battle of Groton 
heights: narratives, etc., of the storming of 
Fort Griswold, and the burning of New Lon- 
don, 6th of Sept., 1781. Rox. 5035.11 

Harte, Francis (Bret). Gabriel Conroy. 61.16 

— The luck of Roaring camp and other stories. 
Including earlier papers, Spanish and American 
legends, Tales of the Argonauts, etc. 1474.17 

— Tales of the Argonauts, and Eastern 
sketches. 5i'5* 

Hartner, E. Severa. A novel. From the 
German, by Mrs. A. L. Wister. Bri. 36.134 

Hartshorn, Nancy, pseud. Nancy Hartshorn 
at Chautauqua. Illus. 41.17; £. B. 299.89 

Hawkins, William G. Life of John H. W. 
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Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Hawthorne. [Ex- 
tracts from his works.] Portr. Illus. [Ameri- 
can classics for schools.] igo6.i ; Rox. 1036.7 

Hay, Mary C. Dorothy's venture. A novel. 
Bri. 38.207; Dor. 32453; J. P. 631.73 

Hector, Annie F. {Mrs. Alexander.) The 
Freres. A novel. [Leisure hour ser] Bri. 33.112 

Heimburg, W. Lottie of the mill. From the 
German, by Katharine S. Dickey. 1462.3 

Henderson, Peter. Handbook of plants. 

J. 1'. 2422.7 

— Practical floriculture. Illus. J. P. 2435.21 
Henry, Sarepta M. I. The pledge and the 

cross. [Fiction.] Bri. 33.125 ; Dor. 258.15 

E. B. 249.88; J. r. 336.19 ; Rox. 1114.25 

S. B. 136.67 

— The voice of the home. [Fiction.] 1462.26 

Bri. 33124; D«»r. 258.13; E. B. 19.114 
J. 1*. 336.18; Rox. 1114.26; S. B. 136.68 
Henson, Josiah. Story of his own life. 

Rox. 7015.19 

Her picture. [No name ser.] 1474.16 

Heraclitus, 0/ Ephesus. Reliquiae. Recens. 

I. By water. Rox. 6110.6 

Hervey, Alpheus B. Sea mosses. 20 plates. 

S. B. 315-37 
Hill, George C. Benedict Arnold. A biogra- 
phy. Illus. Rox. 5026.13 
Hoffmann, Francois B. Le roman d'une 
heure, comedie. Rox. 7421.2 
Holiday time at Forest house. [Juvenile.] 
Illus. by T. Pym. 54.33 
Holmes, Mary J. The Cameron pride ; or, 
purified by suffering. A novel. J. I*. 413.19 

— Madeline. A novel. Bri. 44.100 
Hoist, Hermann von. John C. Calhoun. 

[American statesmen.] 1533.3; Rox. 5026.18 

Holt, Emily S. Joyce Morrell's harvest. A 
story of the reign of Elizabeth. E. B. 329.90 

Holt, Mrs. M. A. John Bentley's mistake. 

1462.23; Bri. 22.166; Dor. 259.39 

E. B. 19.116; J. P. 338.8; Rox. 1 138. 12 

S. B. 135-52 

Holyoake, George J. The logic of co-operation. 

Rox. 5821.19 

Home circle, The : a collection of piano-forte 

music. Vol. 2. Rox. 1630.21 

Hood, Thomas. Memorials. Collected, by his 

daughter. Illus. 2 v. Rox. 7326.14 

Hopkins, Mark. An outline study of man. 

With diagrams. S. B. 324-" 

Horn, Georg. Count Silvius. A romance. 

From the German, bv M. J. Safford. i474-i8 

S. B. 216.50 

Hotspur, pseud. Twenty questions. A short 

treatise on the game. 183.26; Rox. 1737.21 

Hotze, C. L. First lessons in physics. Illus. 

Bri. 126.140 

Houstoun, Mrs. M. " Recommended to 

mercy." [A/ion.] Lpz. 750.16 

— Same. N. Y. 480.26 

— Zoe's brand. 750-" 
Howden, Peter. Horse warranty. A guitie to 

the various points to be noted. Rox. X7*7-5 

Hudson, Charles. History of Lexington, 

Mass., to 1868. Illus. Rox. 5421.8 

Hudson, I lenry N. Text-book of prose ; from 

Burke, Webster, and Bacon, with notes and 

sketches of the author's lives. 1396.14 

Hughes, Thomas. Lecture on co-operation, at 

Manchester [Eng], April 22, 1878. Rox. 5821.19 

— Rugby, Tenn. S. B. 158-50 



Hughes. Mrs. Thomas F. Among the son* of 
Han. Notes of a six years' residence in various 
parts of China and Formosa. 1694-21 

Hunter, Henrv. Sacred biography; or the 
history o( Jesus Christ. 1803. l»or. 371 10 

Hunter, William W. The Indian empire. 
Folded map. Rox. 5910.1 1 

Huntington, Faye, pseid. See Foster, Airt. 

Huntington, Frederic D. Good talking a fine 
""■^V . IKr. 398.17 

Huntington, Jedediah V. Alban. A ule of 
the New world. Rox. 7417-4 

Huxley, Thomas H. Science and culture, and 
other essays. Dor. 395-9! Rox. 1935.14 

Ingersoll, Ernest. Birds'-neMing : a handbook 
of instruction in gathering and preserving ne»ls 
and eggs. Illus. \Utr. 396.1a 

Innsly, Ov/en, pseud. 5<-* Jcnnlson, Lucv W. 

Ireland, Joseph N. Mrs. Duff. With illus. 
[American actor ser.] SSO.tS 

Island empire. The ; or, scenes of the firkt 
exile of Napoleon i. By the author of "Blond- 
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Jackson, Catherine C, lady. The French 
court and society. Reign of Louis xvi and the 
first empire. Portrs. 2 v. Uox. 7342.t 

— The old regime. 1000. ti 

James, George P. R. Rose d'Albrct. A 
romance. 1804.11 

James, Henrv. Substance and shadow: or 
morality and religion in their relation to life : an 
essay upon the phvsicsof creation. 1113.S 

Jebb, Richard C Bcntley. [English men of 

letters.] 1544.51; Dor. 176.31; J. P. 1236.14 

Rox. 1023.24 ; S. B. 68.35 

Jenkins, Edward. A paladin of finance. 1451.14 
Dor. 467-2; Rox. 2424.7; 8. B. 229.46 

A story s.ii(l to be baMrd uftoa the recent failure of Um 
Union g^n^rale in Frunce. 

Jenkins, John S. James Knox Polk, and a 
history of his administration. Rox. 3037.7 

Jennison, Lucy W. {Otvtm Jmmsly.) Love 
poems and sonnets. >3S<-*( 

Jerrold, Douglas (W.) The storr of a feather. 

54-34 

Jervis, William H. The student's France. A 
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Jewett, Charles. A forty years* fight with the 

drink demon. Portrs. Illus. "MiS 

Bri. 115.111; Dor. 39S-io; E. R. 158-44 

J. P. 1614.7: Box. 19aA.it 

John, Eugenie. {E. Marlitt.) Im Schiilings- 
hof. Roman. *03i.9 

Johnson, Franklin. True womanhood. 

H. B. 39.SO 

Johnson, Helen K: Our familiar sonR* and 
those who made them. Box. S>>o.t 

Johnson, Virginia W. .\n Kni;li.h "I)*!*? 

Miller." I4«7«4; BH. 34 «3»; K. B. «99-«o 

Rox. 2424-5 ; >*. B. 170.70 

Johnston, George. History of Cetil county, 
Md. Box. 5»«3«J 

Johnston, William and Alexander K., /•*/. 
The unrivalled cla»slcal atlas. S. B. 372.1 

Jones, Llovd. Co-opcralion. Box. sSai.tg 

Joyce. Robert D. Blanld. [Poem.) 

Box. i6t7.M 

Judd, John W. Volcanoes. With illus. 
[Internfit. scientific ser.] H. B. 3t5.lt 

Kellogr, Lavinia S. How to paint in water 
colors. 1104.15; B«X. i7«7-<9 



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Kemble, Frances A. Journal of a residence on 

a Georgian plantation, 1838-39. Rox. 7015.13 

Kemble, Marion. Introductory lessons in 

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Kennedy, William S. Henry W. Longfellow : 

biography, anecdote, letters, criticism. Portr. 

and illus. 533-20 

Kenney, Minnie E. Gypsie. [Fiction.] 

1417.17; Rox. 2424.6 
Kimball, Harriet McE. Hymns. Dor. 1 14.7 
^^Swallow-flights. [Poems.] Dor. 19.32 

King, Moses, and Ivy, Thomas P. Harvard 
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Kingsley, Charles. Madame How and Lady 
Why; or, first lessons in earth lore for chil- 
dren. Illus. S. B. 329.23 
Kirton, John W. Frank Spencer's rule of life. 
1462.25; Bri. 22.165; Dor. 259.38 
E. B. 19.115; J. P. 338.7; Rox. 1138.11 
S. B. 135-55 
Kitchin, George W. A history of France. 
Vol. 2. 3, 1453-1793. Dor. 264.8 
Kitto, John. The history of Palestine. Illus. 

Rox. 7015.9 
Kleinistuber, Hermann. Das Geheimniss der 
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Klinisch, Carl. Initials and ornamental let- 
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Knighton, William. The private life of an 
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Rox. 5524-16 
Knowlton, Helen M. Hints for pupils in 
drawing and painting. With illus. Dor. 398.21 
Knox, Nelly L. Elementary lessons in Eng- 
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S. B. 45.4 

Knox, Thomas W. The young Nimrods 

around the world. A book for boys. Illus. 

1460.27; Bri. 68.66; Dor. 256.8; E. B. 495.4 

J. P. 1432.3 ; Rox. 432.17 ; S. B. 132.5 

Kuehnoel, Christian G- Commentarivs in 

libros Novi Testamenti historicos. Ed. tertia. 

4 V. Rox. 6120.2 

Labiche, Eugene M., and Delacour, Alfred C. 

Lartigue, called. Permettez madame ! Comedie. 

Rox. 5732. 12 

Ladd, George T. The principles of church 

polity. Dor. 394.6 

Lansdell, Henry. Through Siberia. With 

illus. and maps. 2 v. Dor. 426.20 

Lathrop, George P. An echo of passion. 

51-53; Bri. 36-135; Dor. 466.1 

J. P. 613.27; Rox. 2422.12; S.B. 249.57 

— In the distance. E. B. 299.86 

Lawrence, Philip. The Lawrence speaker. 

Rox. 1935-15 

Lecky, William E. H. History of England in 
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E. B. 186.18; Rox. 7314.6 

Leeds, Josiah W. A history of the United 
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Leland, Charles G. The gypsies. Rox. 7316.3 

Leopardi, Giacomo, conte. Essays and dia- 
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Rox. 1932.14 

Le Row, Caroline B. A fortunate failure^ 
[Fiction.] 1726.14 ; Dor. 466.12 

Rox. 2422.10 

Lever, Charles J. The adventures of Arthur 
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Leypoldt, Frederick, comp. A reading diary 
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Lillie, Lucy C. Prudence : a story of aesthetic 

London. Illus. 1726.15; Dor. 415.28 

J. P. 527.29; Rox. 2423.20; S. B. 270.69 

Lincoln, William. History of Worcester, 

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Lodge, Henry C. Alexander Hamilton. 

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— Life and letters of G. Cabot. Rox. 1031.3 
Long, James. Farming in a small way. 

Rox. 1512.19 
Longfellow, Henry W. Hyperion. A ro- 
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— Outre-mer. Rox. 5218.10 

— Poetical works. [Household ed.J 1351.12 
Longstreet, Abby B. Social etiquette of New 

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Lothrop, Harriet M. {Margaret Sidney ) The 
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1417.11 ; Dor. 466.9; Rox. 2425.1 

Lubbock, _5«V John. Sixty years of science. 

Por. 397-6 

Luys, Jules. The brain and its functions. 
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McAdam, G. An alphabet in finance. [Put- 
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McCarthy, Justin. The epoch of reform. 1830- 
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Macchetta, Blanche Roosevelt (Tucker). The 
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MacDonald, George. Gutta-percha Willie. 

Rox. 1 134.19 

M'Gavin, William. The Protestant. 1S33. 
Illus. 2 V. Rox. 2iii.a 

McKeever, Harriet B. Heavenward — earth- 
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Mackenzie, Airs. Colin. Life in the mission 
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Rox. 5935-18 

Mackenzie, Robert. The 19th century. A 
history. 921.12; S. B. 51.13 

McLaughlin, M. Louise. China painting. 
Illus. Dor. 396.18; S. It. 320.14 

Maclay, William. Sketches of debate in the 
first senate of the United States. Rox. 521 1. a 

Macleod, Henry D. The elements of eco- 
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M'Nemar, Richard. The Kentucky revival. 
1846. Rox. 2H8.I 

Macquoid, Katherine S. Esau Runswick. 
[Fiction.] S. B. 219.46 

— Through Normandy. Illus. 1667.31 
Madame Lucas. [Round-robin ser.] 

E. B. 299.85 
Mahaffy.John P. The decay of modern preach- 
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— Old Greek education. J. P. 1937.8 

S. B. 49-34 

Maid, The, of Florence. A novel of the 
thirteenth century. 50;20 

Maistre, Xavier de. CEuvres choisies. Ed. 
illus.^ Rox. 7353-27 

Malot, Hector H. No relations. From the 
French. J. P. 614.24 

Mann, Henry. Ancient and mediieval repub- 
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Manton, Walter P. Field botany. Hand-book 
for the collector. Illus. 140.18; Dor. 199.58 

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Manton, Walter P., continued. 

— Insects, how to catch and how to prepare 
them for the cabinet. IlUis. 140.17 

— Taxidermy without a teacher. With a chap- 
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Marlitt, E., pseud. .See John, Eugenie. 
Marshall, Emma. Benvenuta. [Fiction.] 51.59 
Dor. 469.2; J. P. 823.1; Rox. 2316.20 
S. B. 284.70 

— Dewdrops and diamonds. [Juverile.] Illus. 

1726.19; S. B. 130.30 
Martin, Kate B. Belgian days. [Friction.] 

1668.15; Dor, 466.8 

A story of an American governess in a Belgian family. 

Martineau, Harriet. The playfellow. Con- 
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the prince ; Feats on the fiord ; The Crofton 
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Massachusetts. Public statutes ; to take effect 
Feb. I, t882. Dor. 215.3 ; E. B. R. R., G. 6 

J. P. 1911.1 

Massachusetts historical society. Collections. 
Vol. 7. 5th series. Diary of Samuel Sewall. 
1714-29. Rox. 5211.1 

Mathers, Helen, noiv Mrs. Reeves. As he 

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Godwin, William. History of the common- 
wealth of Encjland. L., 1824-28. 4 V. 1037.10 

Golovnin, Vasilii M. Narrative of my captiv- 
ity in Japan, 181 1-13. L., 1818. 2 V. 1032.6 

Halen, Juanvan. Narrative of fhis] impris- 
onment at Madrid. L., 1827. 2 V. Illus. 1022.5 

Haliburton, Thomas C. An historical and 
statistical account of Nova Scotia. Illus. Hali- 
fax, 1829. 2 V. 1136.13 

Halsted, Caroline A. Richard ill. L., 1844. 
2 V. Illus. 1014.8 

Harris, Thaddeus M. Journal of a tour into 
the territory north-west of the Alleghany moun- 
tains, in 1803. B., 1805. " 1134. 1 

Hawley, Zerah. A journal of a tour through 
Connecticut [etc.], including a residence in that 
part of Ohio styled New Connecticut or Western 
reserve. N. Y., 1822. 733- 10 

Holmes, Abiel. The life of Ezra Stiles. B., 

1798- 1 136.3 

Holmes, Mrs. Dalkeith. A ride on horseback 

to Florence through France and Switzerland. 

lAfiofi.'} L., 1842. 2 v. 1032.8 

Hood, George. A history of music in New 

England. B., 1846. "37-7 

Hubbard, William. A narrative of the Indian 

wars in New England, 1607-77. Danbury, 1803. 

" "37-4 

Keith, St'r William. The history of the 
British plantations in America. Part i. The 
history of Virginia. L., 1738. 1136.10 

Kettell, Samuel, comp. Specimens of Ameri- 
can poetry. B., 1829. 3 v. 1137. 6 

Lee, lienry. The campaign of 1781 in the 
Carolinas. Phila., 1S24. 1136.1 

Long, John. Voyages and travels of an Indian 
interpreter and trader. L., 1791. 1215.8 

Mathews, Anne J. Memoirs of Charles 
Mathews, comedian. 2d ed. L., 1839. 2 v. 1022.4 

Monk, James H. The life of Richard Bentley. 
2d ed. L., 1833. 2 V. Portr. 934-5 

Ogilvie, John. Providence, an allegorical 
poem. B., 1766. 733-9 

Perkins, Samuel. A history of the events of 
the late war between the United States and Great 
Britain. New Haven, 1825. x 136.6 

Polyanthea, The; or, fragments in prose and 
verse. L., 1804- 2 v. xr34-9 

Ramsay, David. The history of the revolution 
of South-Carolina. Trenton, 1785. 3 v. 1136.2 



Raynal, Guillaume T. F. A philofcophjcal 
and political history of the settlements and trade 
of the Europeans in the Eaut and West Indie*. 
Tr. from the French, by |. O. Justamond. With 
maps. L.. 17S3. 8 v.' ' ,oii.a 

Retrospect, .\, of the Boston tea-partv, with a 
memoir of George R. T. Ilewes. By "a citixcn 
of New York. N. Y., 1834. ' ««37-t 

Sanson, Joseph. Letters from Europe, 1801-3. 
Phila.. 1S05. 2 V. Ii34>6 

Seward, William, Anecdotes of dihtinguifthcd 
persons. \^Anon.^ 4th ed. L., 1798 4 V. 934.7 

Smith, Captain John. Trve tntvcl«, adven- 
tvres and observations [and The gcnerall hiklorie 
of Virginia, New England, and the Summer 
isles]. Richmond, 1S19. 2 v. Illu*. 'IJS.I 

Southey, Robert. History of the Peninsular 
war. L., 1S23-32. 3 V. 1215.5 

Sprague, Hosea. The eenealogv of the 
Spragucs in Hingham. {AmoH.^ Ilingham. 
1882. «»37-9 

Todd, Henry J. The life of archbithop Cran- 
mer. L., 1831. 2 v. Portrs. 934-6 

Tombleson, William. View* of the Rhine. 
L., 1832. to«i.3 

Tucker, St. George. A dissertation on »lavcrv : 
with a proposal for the gradual abolition of ^it, 
in Virginia. Phila., 1790. "30.4 

Vaughan, Robert, The protectorate of Crom- 
well. L.. 1839. 2 V. Portrs. I03M 

Vertot d'Aubeuf, Ren<5 A. dc. The history of 
the Knights Hospitallers of St. John of Jeniui- 
lem. Tr. Edinb., 1770. 5 v. 73S-5 

Virginia. Debates and other proceedinv* of 
the convention of Virginia. [1788.] Jd ed. 
Richmond, 1S05. ««35-« 

Warburton, Eliot B. G. Memoir* of Prince 
Rupert [of Bavaria], and the cavalier*. L.. 1849. 
3 v. Portrs. I03*.S 

Warburton, George. Hochelaga; or, England 
in the new world. \Amom.'\ Ed. by Eliot War-' 
burton. 2d ed. L., 1846. ' ^IS-I) 

Waterhouse, George R. The natural hutory 
of the mammalia. L., 1S46. 48. J v. Illu*. T%\.% 

Wilkinson, Sir lohn G. Topography of 
Thebe.s, and general view of Egypt. L.. 1835. 
Illus. io)t.s 

Williams, Hugh W. Jielect views in Greece. 
with illus. L., 1820. 2 v. in 1. l«»S-7 

Wilson, .Mcxancfcr, and Bonaparte. Charle* 
L. J. L., /r/J»<f of CamiMo. American ornillwl- 
ogv. L.. 1832. 3 v. Illu*. 7t*.l« 

Wimpffen, Fnini A. S.. Frtiktrr von. A 
voyage to Saint l>omingo, 1788-1790. I«, 1817. 
Folded map. 93)-f 



II. 



Recent Publications, etc. 



Alden, Isabella M. {Pansy.) Some young 
heroines. [Short stories.] 43^.7 

Alger, I loratio, /V. From farm boy to senator ; 
the history of Daniel Webster. 43^.9 

Amory,'Martha B. The domestic and artistic 
life of John Singleton Copley. 2737.20 

Aschenbroedel. [No name scr.] 2187.2a 

Auerbach, Berthold. Spinoza. A novel. 
[Leisure hour ser.] 2188.6 

Bacon, Henry. A Parisian year. Illus. 2337.3 

Baker, George M., ed. The reading club and 
handy speaker. No. 6, 7, 9. 51 16.10 



Ballard, Julia P. The lo*t e*Ute, and other 
Rtoriex. •I71-4 

Bancroft, George. Hi*tonr of the formation 
of the constitution of the I'nited Suie*. i v. 

3046.4 

Buxton, Edward N. The A B C of free tradt. 
[Cobdon clubpubl.] 5««»36 

Carlyle, Thoma*. Reminltcence* of my ln»h 
journcv in 1S49. «3*5-'4 

Catherwood, Marv H. Rocky Fork. 436-«« 

Chauuuqua library of EnglUh hl*tory^d 
literature. 3 v. 



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SOUTH END BRANCH LIBRARY 



July, 



Chellis, Mary D. All for money. 2173.9 

— Bread and beer. 2173.10 

— The brewer's fortune. 2188.10 

— The brewery at Tajlorville. 2188. 11 

— From father to son. 436. ii 
Cist, Henry M. The Arm>' of the Cumberland. 

2876.4 

Clemens, Samuel L. (^Mark Txvain.') The 

prince and the pauper. 2175. i 

— The stolen white elephant, etc. 2187.21 
Cook, Button. Hours with the players. 2 v. 

1515-4 
Cox, Jacob D. Atlanta. 2876.5 

Dannenberg, Georg. (^Golo Raimund.^ From 
hand to hand. A novel. From the German, by 
Mrs. A. L. Wister. 1927.19 

Desmond hundred, The. 2187.18 

Dicey, Edward. Victor Emmanuel. 2877.1 
Dorothea. [Round-robin series.] 2188.9 

Duet gems. 501 1.2 

Education : an international magazine. Bi- 
monthly. Vol. I. 1881. 5512.3 
Fosdick, Charles A. (^Harry Castlemon.) 
George at the fort. 436.8 
Foster, Mrs. I. H. {_Faye Huntington.^ Mr. 
Mackenzie's answer. 2173.3 

— Ripley parsonage. 2173.5 
Fox, Caroline. Memories of old friends. 

2875-5. 

Froude, James A. Thomas Carlyle. 1795- 
1835. 2 V. in I. 2737.21 

George III, of England. Correspondence 
with Lord North, 1768-1783. L., 1867. 2 v. 

932.5 
Henry, Sarepta M. I. Pledge and the cross. 

2173. II 

— Voice of the home. 2173.14 
Holt, Mrs. M. A. John Bentley's mistake. 

2173.12 

Honor Bright ; or, the four-leaved shamrock. 

Illus. 2188.8 

Jebb, Richard C. Bentley. 2616.20 

Jenkins, Edward. A paladin of finance. 

2187.19 

Jewett, Charles. A forty years' fight with the 

drink demon. 2734.22 



Johnson, Virginia W. An English " Daisy 

Miller." 2177.27 

Kenney, Minnie E. Gypsie. [Fiction.] 2176.24 
Kirton, John W. Frank Spencer's rule of life. 

2173.8 
Knox, Thomas W. The young Nimrods around 

the world. A book for boys. Illus. 611. 15 

Lathrop, George P. An echo of passion. 

[Fiction.] 2187.15 

Lillie, Lucy C. Prudence. A story of aesthetic 

London. Illus. 2188.5 

Lothrop, Harriet M. {Margaret Sidney.') The 

Pettibone name : a New England story. 2187.14 
Massachusetts. Public statutes, 1S82. 3045.1 
Noble, Lucretia. A reverend idol. A novel. 

[Anon.^ • 1927.20 

Oppert, Ernest. A forbidden land : voyages 

to the Corea. With illus. 2344.11 

Revolt, The, of man. [Fiction.] 1818.22 

Roe,E.R. Brought to bay. [Fiction.] 2037.15 
S., J. of Dale./5('«rt?. Guerndale. 1818.11 

Sturgis, Julian R. Dick's wandering. 2187.16 
Tourgee, Albion W. John Eax, and Mamelon. 

[Two stories.] 2188.7 

United States. Adjutant general's office. 

Official army register for Jan., 18S2. 5323.2 

— Register of the officers of the navy, to Jan., 
18S2. 5323-2 

Ward, Adolphus W. Dickens. [Englishmen 
of letters.] 2616.21 

Wilmer, Margaret E. The dumb traitor: a 
story of " keeping alive by stimulants." 2173. i 

— Eva's engagement fing. 2173-7 

— The glass cable. 2173.6 
Wilson, Theodore P. Frank Oldfield. 2173.2 
Winslow, Margaret E. Secret of victory. 

2173.13 
Woolson, Constance F. Anne. A novel. 2187. 17 
Wright, Julia McN. The curse and the cup. 

415-24 

— A day with a demon. 415-25 
Yesterday. An American novel. 2187.20 
Yonge, Charles D. The constitutional history 

of England from 1760 to 1S60. 2737.19 

Yonge, Charlotte M. Unknown to history : a 

story of the captivity of Mary of Scotland. 2186.3 



SOUTH END BRANCH LIBRARY. 



Abbott, Jacob. Force. 

— Handle. 

— Heat. 

— History of Genghis Khan. 

— History of king Richard the first. 

— History of king Richard the second. 

— Juno on a journey. 

— Mary Osborr\e. 

— RoUo at play. 

— RoUo at school. 

— RoUo at work. 

— Rollo in Geneva. 

— Rollo in Holland. 

— Rollo in Naples. 

— Rollo learning to read. 

— Rollo learning to talk. 

— Rollo's correspondence. 

— Rollo's experiments. 

— Rollo's museum. 

— Rollo's philosophy. Air. 

— Rollo's philosophy. Fire. 



638.21 

644.6 

638.19 

635.21 

635-25 

635.26 

644.3 

644.2 

644.23 

644.24 

644.22 

610.7 

610.8 

610.9 

644.21 

644.20 

644.29 

644.26 

644.27 

638.23 

638.24 



Abbott, Jacob, continued. 

— Rollo's philosophy. Sky. 

— Rollo's travels. 

— Rollo's vacation. 

— Water and land. 

Abbott, John S. C. The adven 
Salle and his companions. 

— Benjamin Franklin. 

— Captain William Kidd. 

— Christopher [Kit] Carson. 

— Daniel Boone. 

— David Crockett. 

— Ferdinand de Soto. 

^ — George Washington. 

— History of Frederick the second 

— History of Henry the fourth. 

— Historj' of Hernando Cortez. 

— History of Hortense. 

— History of Joseph Bonaparte. 

— The life of John Paul Jones. 



638.25 
644.28 
644.25 
638.22 
tures of La 
159.11 
159.12 
159-22 
159-14 
15915 
15916 

15917 
159x8 
[the Great]. 
217.3 
635.2a 
635.20 
635-23 
63524 
159-19 



174 



1882. 



80X7TH END BRANCH LIBRAST 



Abbott, John S. C. , continued. ■ 

— The life of Christopher Columbus. I59.X3 

— Miles Standish. iSg.ao 

— The romance of Spanish history. 264.3 
Adams, Charles K. A manual of historical 

Ref. Libr. 50 



literature 

Adams, William ' 
coming wave. 

— Little by little. 

— Ocean-born. 

— Out west. 

— Poor and proud. 

— The sailor boy. 

— Watch and wait. 



{Oliver optic.) The 
6x3.12 
613.24 
613.13 

611. 1 
613.22 
610.20 

613.6 



— The way of tlie world. A novel. 535.10 
Alger, Horatio, yV. From farm boy to senator; 

the history of Daniel Webster. 616.19 

Aschenbroedel. [No name series.] 419-23 
Auerbach, Berthold. Spinoza. A novel. 

[Leisure hour ser.] 418.27 

Bacon, Henry. A Parisian year. Illus. 361.2 
Ballantine, William. Some experiences of a 

barrister's life. 81.8 

Ballard, Julia P. The lost estate, and other 

stories. 599-43 

Ballou, Maturin M., comp. Noble thoughts 

about women. 110.3 

Barker, Fred C, and Danforth, John S. 

Hunting and trapping on the Upper Magalloway 

river and Parmachenee lake. 147-6 

Bradley, Warren L {Glance Gaylord.) After 

years. 627.16 

— The boys at Dr. Murray's. 627.17 

— Jack Arcombe. 627.23 

— Will Rood's friendship. 627.24 
Buchanan, Robert. God and the man, a 

romance. 440.3 

Buerstenbinder, Emilie. {Ernst Werner.) 

Fruehlingsboten. Roman. 700.1 

Chautauqua library of English history and 

literature. 3 v. 254.15 

Chellis, Mary D. All for money. 605.21 

— Bread and beer. 605.22 

— The brewer's fortune. 668.35 

— The brewery at Taylorville. 668.34 

— From father to son. 668.36 
Church, Ella R. Money-making for ladies. 110.6 
Cist,H.M. Thearmyofthe Cumberland. 248.13 
Clarke, Rebecca S. {Sofkie May.) Aunt 

- Madge's story. 649-30 

— Doctor papa. ^9-34 

— The doctor's daughter. 649-> 

— Flaxie Frizzle. 649.35 

— Little folks astray- 649- »7 

— Little grandmother. ^49-39 

— Little pitchers. 649-36 

— Little Prudv- 649.16 

— Miss Thistledown. 649.38 

— Our Helen. [Maidenhood ser.] 649-6 
Clemens, Samuel L- {Mark Twain.) 'I'hc 

stolen white elephant, etc- 476-5 

Clement, Clara E. ChRrlotte Cuthmnn- 

[American actor scr-] ^ 176.38 

Clemmer, Mary. A memorial of Alice and 

Phoebe Cary. 167.17 

Confessions of a medium. With illui. 104.13 
Conflicts, The, of the age- 97- «7 

Cooke, George W. R. \V. Emerson. 167.33 
Cooper, James P'cnimore. Jack Tier. 463.1a 

— The oak openings. 463.1 1 

— The Red rover : a tale. 463.10 

— Wyandotte. A tale. 463.13 



Cox, Jacob D. Atlanta. 348-1$ 

Camming, C. F. G. At home In Fiji. 345.S7 
Dannenberg, Georg. {Golo Raimmmtl.) From 
hand to hand. A novel. From the German, br 
Mrs. A. L. Wistcr. 4M.rt 

Dayton, Ahr.im C. La«t da^-a of Knicker- 
bocker life in New York. 330.3 
De Amicis, Edmondo. Morocco. Tr. 386.31 
Dixie, Lady F. C. Acro»« Patagonia. 346.14 
Dorothea. ' [Round Robin 6er.] S09-3t 
Douglas, Amanda M. Thcre't no place like 
home. [Fiction.] 65a.* 
Ebcrs, C>. M. The burgomanter'a wife. AlByM 
Edwards, Eliezer. Word*, facU, and phratea. 

Ref. Libr. ij 
Emerson, R. W. The conduct oflirc. 16.17 

— Letters and social aims. 16.16 
Farrar, F. W. Mercv and judpnent 97-19' 
Fisher, Osmond. Physics of ihc earth's crust 

130.8 

Forrester, F"rancis, ptemd. See Wise, Daniel. 

Fosdick, C. A. {Harry CattUmtom.) George 

at the furt. 0ts.5 

— The mail carrier. 6ae.) 
Foster, Mrs. I. H. {Fay Hmmliugl^m.) Mr. 

Mackenzie's answer. 605.27 

— Ripley parsonage. 605.28 
Fox, Caroline. Memories of old friends. 108.5 
Froude, James A. Thomas Cariyle, 1795-1835. 

2 V. in I. 169-3 

Garrigues, A. M. Summer boarders. 491. 11 

Gaylord, Glance, /5<'W. .SVr Bradley, Warrrn I. 

Gerard, E. D., pseud. Beggar my neighbor. 
A novel. 440.ll 

Gordon, Adoniram J. The ministry of heal* 
ing. toai7 

Gordon, George H. A war diary of events in 
the war of the great rebellion. 347-S 

Harrington, Adelaide L. The afterglow of 
European travel. S5X-<4 

Henry, Sarcpta M- I. Pledge and the ci^oss. 

399^50 

— The voice of the home. )99-49 

Temperance •toHcs. 

Hillcm, Wilhelmine ii'on- Higher than the 

church : an art legend- 4^-*S 

Hilton, John. Rest and pain. tig-ta 

Holland, Frederic M- bordello: • story from 

Robert Browning. 18.1) 

Holt, Mrs. M. A. John Bcntley's mistake. S99^ 

Household words. A weekly jo«msl oott* 

ducted bv C. Dickens. Vol. 5, 7, tl, 15. fpkt 

Jenkins, Edward. A paladin of fiiwnoe. SS7->7 
ewett, Charles. Forty years' fight with the 
unnk demon. S99-$7 

Kellogg. Elijah. The ark of Elm iaUnd. 614.1J 

— The boy fanners of Elm iaUod. 614.14 

— Bruugh't to the front. 

— Burviug the hatchet. 

— Ch.Vrlic Bell. 

— (iood old times. 614-3J 

— The llard-kcrabhle of Elm laUnd. 6a4.tt 

— Lion Ben of Elm i«land. ••4.8I 

— The miokinn of Blank Kific. AM-SI 

— Sowed by the wind. ••4-37 

— The »park of genius. 614.17 

— The turning of the tide. 614- it 

— Winning hii sputa. 6a4«9 

— Wolf Run. 6hi« 

— The young ship*builden of Elm UUikL 



«7S 



NOTES 

Kirton, J. W. Frank Spencer's rule of life. 

599-39 
Knox, Thomas W. The young Nimrods 

around the world. A book for boys. lUus. 650.2 
Laffan, Mary. Hogan, M. P. A novel. 549.15 
Leland, Charles G. The gypsies. 283.3 

Lewes, George H. Ranthorpe. 576.20 

Loomis, Lafayette C. The index guide to 

travel and art study in Europe. Ref. Libr. 42 

Luys, Jules. The brain and its functions. 

With illus. [Internat. scientific sen] 106.12 

McKeever, Harriet B. Edith's ministrj'. 501.6 

— Eleanor's three birthdays. 643.17 

— Heavenward — earthward. [Juvenile.] 643.21 

— Lucy Forrester's triumph. 643.18 

— Mary Leslie's trials. 643.19 

— Tender and true. 643.16 

— Twice crowned. 565.19 
Macquoid, Katharine S. In the Ardennes. 

With illus. 360.28 

Mahaffy, J. P. Old Greek education. 109.9 
Massachusetts. Statutes, 1882. 238.12 

May, Sophie, fseud. See Clarke, Rebecca S. 
Morris, W. Hopes and fears for art. 138.14 
Mountford, William. Euthanasy. 97-i8 

Noble, Lucretia. A reverend idol. A novel. 

\_Afiofi.] 508.28 

Norris, W. E. Heaps of money. A novel. 

[Leisure hour ser.] 148.6 

O'Dea, James J. Suicide. 106.13 

Osmun, Thomas E. (^Alfred Ayres.) The 

verbalist. 12.25 

Oswald, Felix L. Physical education. 117.2 
Peabody, Andrew P. Conversation. 12.24 
Peard, Frances M. Castle and town. 503.34 
Perez Galdos, B. Gloria. Novel. 2 v. 489.1 
Revolt, The, of man. [Fiction.] 418.30 

Riddell, Mrs. J. H. The senior partner. A 

novel. 410.34 

S., J. of Dale, ^seud. Guerndale. 411. 19 

Scott, Michael. Tom Cringle's log. 5993.38 



July, 

Seiss, Joseph A. The gospel in the stars. 135.20 
Simcox, Edith. Episodes in the lives of men, 

women, and lovers. 85.16 

Stael-Holstein, Anne L. G. (N.), barotine de. 

De I'Allemagne. 703.1 

Still^, C.J. Studies in mediaeval history. 276.2 
Stowe, Harriet (E.) B. A dog's mission and 

[seven] other stories. 638.21 

— Qj.ieer litile people. Illus. 638.20 
Sturgis, Julian R. Dick's wandering. 5993.23 
Sully, James. Illusions. 106.14 
Tozer, Henry F. Turkish Armenia and east- 
ern Asia Minor. Illus. 378.4 

Trowbridge, John T. A chance for himself. 
[Juvenile.] 629b. 24 

— Neighbor Jackwood. [Fiction.] 525.33 
Underwood, Francis H. Henry Wadsworth 

Longfellow. Illus. Portr. 167.9 

— James Russell Lowell. Illus. Portr. 167.8 
Vignoli, Tito. Myth and science. 89.H 
Weeks, Lyman H. Among the Azores. 364.2 
Wilmer, Margaret E. The dumb traitor: a 

story of " keeping alive by stimulants." 599.31 

— Eva's engagement ring. 599-33 

— The glass cable. 599-32 
Temperance stories. 

Wilson, T. P. Frank Oldfield. 599-47 

Winslow, Margaret E. Secret of victory. 599.53 

Wise, Daniel. Dick Duncan. 652.36 

— Guy Carlton. 652.35 

— Kate Carlton. 652.39 

— Walter Sherwood. 652.38 
Woolson, Constance F. Anne. A novel. 591.20 
Worcester, Joseph E. Dictionary of the Eng- 
lish language. New ed. 18S2. Ref. Libr. 12 

Wright, Julia McN. The curse and the cup. 

669.27 

— A day with a demon. 669.26 
Yonge, Charlotte M. Unknown to history : a 

story of the captivity of Mary of Scotland. 566.26 



Notes. 



Reading-Room and Delivery Station at 
THE North End. — In the last Bulletin it was 
stated that a Reading-Room and Delivery Sta- 
tion of the Library were to be opened in the Cush- 
man School-house. On examination it has been 
found that the School Committee can place at 
the disposal of the Trustees more eligible rooms 
in the Hancock School-house, on Parmenter 
street, and these are now being fitted up for 
occupancy, which will take place about the first 
of August. 



Wendell Phillips. — The Library has re- 
ceived, by gift from Mr. Wendell Phillips, several 
hundred volumes, with a collection of bound 



pamphlets, largely upon slavery. Several are 
of interest to the antiquarian, among them a 
very rare collection of the Annual laws of the 
Province of Massachusetts, preceding the Revi- 
sion of 1699, Mather publications, and manuscript 
records of the American Anti-slaverj' Society, 
beginning with the year 1833. There is also a 
complete file of the National Anti-Slavery 
Standard, and other periodicals. 



[76 



Egyptology. — This Bulletin contains the 
titles of a large number of books on Egypt, 
Assyria, etc. These were purchased mostly from 
the library of M. Chabas, the distinguished 
French Egyptologist. 



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BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY. 



OCTOBER, 1882. 



VOL. s- No. 4. 



WHOLE No. 6j. 



TRUSTEES OF THE CORPORATION. 
William W. Greenough, President. 



Solomon B. Stebbins, Alderman. 
William H. Whitmore, Councilman. 
James Freeman Clarke. 



Samuel A. B. Abbott. 
George B. Chase. 
Henry W. Haymes. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 

Mbllen Chamberlain, Librarian and Clerk of ik« Corporation, 

James L. Whitney, Principal Assistant Librarian. 



Arthur M. Knapp, Curator of Periodicals and 
Pamphlets. 

William H. Foster, Proofreader. 

Jos6 F. Carret, Curator of Patents and En- 
gravings, and Registrar. 



Ai>pleton p. C. Griffin, Custodian ofSMvM. 
William F. Robinson, Registration Cltrk. 
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Catalogue. 
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William E. Ford, fanitor., Central Library. 
LIBRARIANS OF DEPARTMENTS. 



Arthur M. Knapp, Bates Hall. 
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Sarah C. Godbold, Ernst Bottom. 
Eliza K. Davis, Jmutmitm Plmim. 
Sarah Bunker, Ronhury. 
Alice J. Bragdon, Somtk Boot«m. 
Grace A. Dr Borou, SomtA Emd, 



Mary A. Hill, Custodian, Lower Mills. I Robert M. Otis, Custodian, RoslimJmU. 

Harriet L. Towner, Custodian, Mattapan. \ Anna Hibbard, Custodian, W Ranhury. 
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Information for Readers 178 

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North End . . . 
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year. The Lower Hall of the Central Library is 
open from half-past eight o'clock, a.m., to nine 
o'clock, P.M. The Central Reading Room for 
Periodicals is open from nine o'clock, a.m., 
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ten. 



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LIST OF THE NEW AND MORE IMPORTANT BOOKS 

PLACED IN THE LIBRARY 
DURING JULY, AUGUST, AND SEPTEWBER, 1882. 



ABBREVIATIONS, ETC. 



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Mostly Recent Publications. 



Abbreviations. See Faulmann. 

Abdomen. See Wood's Library, Guttmann. 

Abel, Carl. Linguistic essays. London, 1882. 
[Triibner's Oriental series.] 8°. 2955.71 

Abruzzo, Italy. See Nino. 

Academy of natural sciences, Philadelphia. 
No. I. Proceedings of the mineralogical ancf geo- 
logical section. 1877-79. [Phila., 1879.J 8". 

*58»5.5« 

Accidents. See Hope; — Shepherd. 

Admiralty law. Sec Roberts. 

^schylus. See Arnoldt. 

Africa. See Bourne ; — Cooper, J. ; — Nach- 
tigal. 

Agardh, Jakob G. Species, genera et ordines 
algarum. Lipsix, 1880. 8°. 3846.70 

Conlenls. — 3, Part 2.' Morphologia floridcarum. 

Agriculture. See Birnbaum ; — Buckmaster ; — 
Giunta; — Jahresbericht. 

Albert,^/-/«ce consort. The collected [musical] 
compositions of the prince consort. Edited by 
W. G. Cusins. London. [1882.] F». 8054.30 

Albuminuria. Sec Wood's Library, Dickinson. 

Aldine editions. See Palermo. 

Algae. Sec Agardh. 

Allardyce, Alexander Memoir of George 
Keith Elphinstone, viscount Keith, admiral of 
the Red. Edinburgh, 1882. Map. Portrait. 
Sm. 8°. 3450.58 



Allen, Joseph II. Our liberal movement in 
theology, chiefly as shown in recollections of 
the history of unitarianism in New England. 
Lectures in Harvard Divinity school. Boston, 
1883. 12°. SS49<M 



Contains aaanjippendix, Dr. F. H. Hedj^'s IteMMwial arf. 

This volume is the second in Che serira of which il«t>m 



dresa. May Jo, i8Sj, on II. W. Bellows ai 



•tin's Ml 
imTR. W. 



men and times [j4iS.5J] is the first; tha third, Tb« mMdto 
ages, is now in press. 

Alphabet. See Faulmann. 

America, Spanish. See llassaurek. 

American iron and steel association. Dirrc- 
tory to the iron and steel works o( the United 
SUtes. Corrected to July 15, i8Si. Phila.. 
1882. 80. •8016.46 

Ammonia. See Lunge. 

Anesthetics. .See XVood's Library, Lyman. 

Analysis (mathematical term). .Sm Goetting ; 
— Lipschitz. 

Anatomy. See KIcbs. 

Anatomy, Artistic. See Muckley. 

Ancients. See .Menard. 

Anderson, Robert. The coming prince, the 
last great monarch of Christendom. London, 
1881. L. 8". 3474-5* 

Anderson, Thomas M. The political con- 
spiracies preceding the rebellion, or the true 
stories of Sumter and Pickens. N. Y., iSSs. 
30. «3«7-7« 



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Andree, Richard. Zur Volkskunde der Jiiden. 
Mit einer Karte iiber die Verbreitung der Juden 
in Mitteleuropa. Bielefeld, 1881. Folded map. 
8°. 2295.53 

Anecdota Oxoniensia. Medireval and modern 
series. Texts, documents, and extracts chiefly 
from manuscripts in the Bodleian and other Ox- 
ford libraries. Oxford, 1882. Sm. 4°. *46o9.50 

Contents. — Vol. 1, Part i. Sinonoma Bartholomei. [By 
John MirfieldJ, edited by J. I... G. Mowat. 

— Semitic series. Oxford, 1882. Sm. 4°. 

*5023.i8 

Contents. — Vol. 1, Part 1. Commentary on Ezra and 
Nehemiah by Rabbi Saadiah, edited by H. J. Mathews. 

Anecdotes. See Gray; — James, C. 

Anglo-Saxon language. See Bosworth ; — 
Earle. 

Angora goat. See Hayes. 

Animals. See Romanes ; — Zoophilist. 

Annual register, The : a review of public events 
at home and abroad. 1881. New series. London, 
1882. 8°. *62i7,i 

Antiquarian chronicle. The, and literary ad- 
vertiser. No. I. [London.] 1882. 4". "'2460.61 

Antiquarian magazine. The, & bibliographer. 
Ed. by E. Walford. No. 1—5. Januarv-May 
18S2. ' London, 1SS2. 8°. *6a26.54 

Antiquities. See Archteological institute; — 
Brunner ; — Cesnola ; — Conder ; — Crosnier ; — 
Cunningham ; — Davidson ; — Fabretti ; — Gard- 
thausen : — Instituto ; — Leemans ; — Marietta ; 
— Naville ; — Stevens, E. T. ; — Stolze. 

Ants. See Lubbock. 

Aphorisms. See Basford. 

Apprentices. See Salicis. 

Arabic language. See Cotton. 

Archaeological institute of America. Papers. 
Classical series, i. Boston, 1882. Illus. Maps. 
S". *2963.50 

Contents. — Report on the investigations at Assos, iSSi, 
by J. T. Clarke; Appendix, Inscriptions from Assos and 
Lesbos, and Papers, by \V. C. Lawton and J. S. Diller. 

Archseologisches Institut des deutschen 
Reichs, Berlin. See Michaelis. 

Architecture. See Eidlitz ; — Harper ; — Lucas, 
C. ; — Vasari. 

Arctic regions. See Nares; — Nordenskidld. 

Argentine Republic. See Quesada ; — White. 

Aristoteles. Aristotle's Psychology, in Greek 
and English, with introduction and notes, by 
Edwin Wallace. Cambridge [England], 1882. 
8°. 2972.56 

Contains a list of recent works relating- to his psychology. 

Arnoldt, Richard. Der Chor im Agamemnon 
des Aschylus scenisch erlautert. Halle a / S., 
1 881. 8». " 2972.58 

Art and letters : an illustrated monthly maga- 
zine of fine art and fiction. Conducted by J. 
Comyns Carr. Vol. i. Nos. i-S. October, 
i88i-May, 1882. London, 1881, 82. F°. *695o.i5 

Art work manuals. Edited by Charles G. Le- 
land. Illus. ^vith supplements. Vol. 1. No. 
1-9 N. Y., 1881, 82. 40. *69ii.io 

Aryan language and races. See Gheyn ; — 
McCurdy. 

Asher, David. Ueber den Unterricht in d^ 
neueren Sprachen, spezieller der englischen, an 
unseren Universitaten u. hoheren Schulen. 
Berlin, 1881. 8°. 3593-59 

Asia. See Keane. 



Association pour I'encouragement des etudes 
grecques en France. Annuaire. I5e annde. 
Paris, 1881. 8". *2966.50 

Assos. See Archaeological institute. 

Astrolabe. See Schio. 

Astronomy. See Burr; — Great Britain, 
Royal observatory : — Johnston; — Proctor; — 
Sidereal messenger ; — Trouvelot. 

Athenais. See Eudocia. 

Atkinson, Joseph B. Overbeck. London, 
1882. Portrait. Chart. [Illustrated biographies 
of the great artists.] Sm. 8". 4077.85 

Atlas essays. No. i. See Walker, A. 

Atlas essays. No. 2. Biographical and critical. 
N. Y., 1877." 8°. 2246.53 

Contents. — Macaulav, by E. A. Freeman ; G. Ticknor, by 
E. P. Whipple; Ernst Curtius ; P. G. Hamertnn ; H. W. 
Longfellow; W. C. Bryant; E. A. Poe, by J. H. Ingram; 
Charles (Tennyson) Turner; E. A. Freeman; C.Sumner; 
J. S. Mill, by Noah Porter. 

Atlas essays. No. 3. Labor. The republic. 
N. Y., 1878. "8". 3566.43 

Contents. — The working classes in Europe, by T. 
Hughes; Labor in England, by T. Brasscy; Grangerisra, 
by F. Wharton ; The grange and the Potter law, Reply ; The 
American republic, bvF. Sigel; Indian citizenship, by F. 
A. Walker; The Chinese question, by E. D. Mansfield ; The 
guarantee of order and republican government in the states, 
by T. M. Cooley; Some checks and balances in government, 
by T. M Cooley ; The difficulties of republicanism in Europe, 
by E. A. Freeman. 

Essays originally published in the International review. 

Australia. See Bonwick ; — Chequered career. 

Azores. See Baker. 

Bach, C. Die Maschinenelemente. Ihre Be- 
rechnung und Construction. Mit Holzschnitten 
und 42 Tafeln Zeichnungen in besonderem Atlas. 
Stuttgart, i88i. 2 v. Text, 8°; Atlas, 8'\ ob- 
long. *4020.26 

Bach, Sebastian. See Poole. 

Bacon, George W. , compiler. The life of 
Charles Dar^vin, with British opinion on evolu- 
tion. London. [1882.] Portrait. 8°. 2450b. 59 

Baker, C. Alice. A summer in the Azores, 
with a glimpse of Madeira. Boston, 1882. 16". 

236385 

Bampton lectures, 1881. See Wordsworth. 

Barbera, Luigi. Nuovo metodo dei massimi 
e minimi delle funzioni primitive e integrali. 
Bologna, 1877. 8°. ♦*$o2oa.58 

Barthelemy, L. Inventaire des chartes de la 
maison de Baux. Accompagne de quinze planches 
de sceaux, cinq tableaux genealogiques et d'une 
carte des possessions fran^aises de cette maison 
et suivi d'un appendice. Marseille, 1882. 8°. 

2632.53 J 

Bartoli, Adolfo. I manoscritti italiani della a 
Biblioteca nazionale di Firenze. Descritti da ? 
una societa di studiosi, con riproduzioni foto- 
grafiche di miniature. T. i, 2. Sezione prima. 
Codici Magliabechiani : Serie prima, Poesia. Fi- 
renze, 1879. 8°- *6i65.30 

Barton, B. T. Historical gleanings of Bolton 
and district. [2d series.] Bolton, 1S82. Sm. 
30. *2498.2i 

Basford, James L. Sparks from the philoso- 
pher's stone. [Aphorisms.] London, 1882. 

Sq. le^. 3589-76 

Baskerville, Alfred. Legends of the Rhine. 
Bonn, 1878. 16°. 2867.70 

Bates, Samuel P. The battle of Chancellors- 
ville. Meadville, Pa., 1S82. Portraits. Plans. 
8°. 2321.72 



180 



1882. 

Bauer, Bruno. Disraeli's romantischer und 
Bismarck's socialistischer Imperialismus. Chem- 
nitz, 1882. 8°. 3302.65 

Baux family. See Barthilemy. 

Beck,Auijust. Graf Gustav Adolf von Cotter. 
Ein Lebensbild aus der Zeit Friedrich's des Gros- 
sen. Gotha, 1867. 12". 2a47.66 

Beck, S. William. The draper's dictionary. 
A manual of textile fabrics. London. [1882.] 
Sm. 8'\ *8o39.ao 

Beckwith, H. W. History of Vermilion coun- 
ty [Illinois], with historic notes on the North- 
west. With maps and illustrations. Chicago, 
1879 8°. *446oa.6a 

Bees. See Lubbock. 

Belcari, Maffeo, atid atkers. Lavde spiritvali 
di Feo Belcari, di Lorenzo de' Medici, di 
Francesco d'Albizzo, di Castellano Castellani e 
di altri, comprese nelle qvattro piV antiche rac- 
colte con alcvne inedite e nvove illvstrazioni. 
Firenze, 1863. S^. 3441-59 

Belgium. See Moke ; — Someren. 

Bell, Louis. See Bouton. 

Benderloch. See Smith, W. A. 

Berlin. 6'<?e Doehring; — Struck. 

Berlioz, (L.) Hector. Life and letters. Trans, 
from the French. By H. Mainwaring Dunstan. 
London, 1882. 2 v. Sm. 8°. 4047-69 

Bevan, G. Phillips. The statistical atlas of 
England, Scotland, and Ireland, containing 45 
maps with text. Edinburgh, 1882. F''. 

♦^*Cab.24E.2 

Bewicks, The. See Thomson. 

Bhagavadgtta. See Mueller. 

Bible, George W. Great European conflict. 
Franco-Prussian war. Chassepot-rifle vs. Zund- 
nadelgewehr, or the needle gun. N. Y., 1870. 
Portraits. Folded map. 12°. 4628.84 

Bible. L'Eccldsiaste. Traduitde I'hdbreu avec 
une ^tude sur I'&ge et le caractfere du livre. Par E. 
Renan. Paris, 1882. 8°. 34*4-70 

— The New Testament in the original Greek. 
The text revised by B. F. VVestcott and F. J. A. 
Hort. American edition, with an introduction 
by P. Schaff. N. Y.. 1882. I3». 34U-63 

In this edition, the revised English renion is arnuiKed 
page by page, with the Greek text, 

— The international revision commcntarjr on 
the New Testament, based upon the revised 
version of 1881. By English and Atnerican 
scholars, and members of the revision committee. 
Edited by P. Schaff. Vol. i, 2. N. Y.. 1881. 8j. 
Map. 16°. ••H.98.4a 

Contents. — i. Matthew, esplalnca by P. Schaff. j. Mark, 
expluined by M. B. Kiddle. 

— A popular commentary on the New Te»t«- 
ment. Bv English and American scholars. With 
illus. and maps. Edited by Philip Schaff. In 
4 V. Vol. 3. Romans — Philemon. N. Y.. i88a. 
Plates. L. 8". 34«*-5« 

— See Anderson ; — Anecdota ; — Lenonnant ; 
— Maurice : — Smith, W. R. ; — Society of Bibli- 
cal literature. 

Bibliography. 5ir* Antiquarian magaxine;— • 
Collectanea; — Exner; — Jackson. B. D. ; — 
Lenox library ; — Linnstrdm ; — Somcrcn ; — 
Title-slip registry. „ i- 

Biblioteca nazionale, Florrnct, Set Bartoli. 

Bierens de Haan, David. Nouvcllcs table* 
d'inHSgrales definies. Leide. 1867. 4". ••5oaoa.6a 

Bills of exchange. See Thoel. 



BATES HALL 

Biography. See Atlas essays. No. 3 ; — 
Bornmueller ;— Frond ;— Marchese ; — Schmidt. 
(H.) J. ; — Shcpard; — Vasari;— Yonge. C D. 

Birds. See Gentry ; — Greene ; — Muq>ii v ; — 
Ross. 

Birks, Thomas R. Modern physical faulism 
and the doctrine of evolution, including an ex- 
amination of H. Spencer's First principles, ad 
edition. With preface in reply to the stricturrs of 
H. Spencer, by C. Pritchard. London, 1SS2. 
Sm. 8". 3606.7s 

Birnbaum, Carl J. E., and Werner, £.,«•«///*#-». 
Thiel's Landwirthschaftliches Konvcrkationo- 
Lexikon. Strassburg. 1877-^2. 7 v. 8". *3984.Si 

Birt, Theodor. Das antikc Buchwc»cn in 
seinem Verhiiltniss zur Litteratur. Mit llei- 
tragen zur Textgeschichte de» Theokrit. Catull. 
Properz und anderer Autorcn. Berlin, 1882. 8". 

aiit.ag 

Bismarck-Schcinhauaen, OttoE. L, FSrtt von. 
Sec Bauer. 

Blackie, John S. Altavona; fact and fiction 
from niv life in the Highlands. Edinburgh, 
18S2. i^m. S". 1466.67 

Contains a list of some works 00 tlie Ili|fhlaiMls. 

Bladder. See Wood's Librarv, Coulson. 

Blanc, Mont. See Lc Mesurier. 

Blunt, John H. The reformation of the church 
of England. London, 1868, 82. 2 v. 8'. SS*o^^ 

Bodenstedt, Friedrich M. Aus Morgcniand 
und Abendland. Neue Gedichte und SprUche. 



Leipzig, 1882. i6» 
Bolton, EHfftaMd. See Barton. 
Bonichi, Bindo. See Borgognoni. 
Bonnet, J. Bilder aus dcm Lcben. 

1877. 16". 



487asi 



Nordcn. 
4»70.to 

Bonwick, James. The first twenty years of 
Australia. London. 1S82. Sm. 8". ' ' 3079.77 

Book, The, of family crest*, with surnames of 
the bearers, mottos, an essay on the origin o( 
arms, crests, etc., and a glossary. 13th edition. 
London. 1882. 2 v. Illus. Sin. »•. •uV^S* 

Bookbinding. See Wheatley. 

Booke, The. of merry riddles, together with 
proper questions, and wittv proverbs to make 
pastime. Now first reprinted [ovj. O. Ilalliwcli- 
Phiilipps] from the unique edition printrti at 
London in 1660. London. 1866, Sq. jr. •0.74-»7 

script MM •igMdT O. H.. CMtifytag tk«l Mmm tmmtm 
were dcstfoWd. mad tan owly mntrtwd. -Xamkm^mmdnm 
HnokoT Riadlea aba«c yo»,h»9myamf — M * r/ wiwm^ 
\\'inJt»r, Art 1, scea* 1. 

Books. See Birt. 

Borgognoni, Adolfo. Studi d'rniditionc e 
d'artc. Bulogna. 1877. 78. i v. (Scelu dl cu- 
riositii Icttcrarie. Appcndicc-l \(^. *m-^^ 

II 




I cansoiM, aMdamoi O sa U l t 4a l U iiias. 

Bornmucllar. Frani. mmd •tkert. Blofraphi- 
•ches Schriftstcller-I^xlkon 6tet Gcgrnwarl. 
Lcipxig, i88j. [Me vers Fach-Lcaika] ifr" 

••»4»-74 

CiMtahtf ia a list. pM ■ do n? un a 4*r MSMtw Lttlaniar. 

Bocworth. Joseph. An Anglo-Saxon .t 
ary based on lhi»l manuscript coll 
Edited and enlarged by T. Northcole 1 ; 
Part I. 3. Oxford. 1882. 4». •4J»«." 

Bouny. See Jackson. B- D. ; — Smith. J. 



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October, 



Bourne, C. E. The heroes of African dis- 
covery and adventure. From the earliest times 
to the death of Livingstone. London. [1882.] 
Folded map. Illus. Sm. 8°. 3058.23 

Boutkowski, Alexandre. Dictionnaire numis- 
matique pourservir de guide aux amateurs [etc.] 
des medailles romaines imperiales & grecques 
coloniales. Suivi d'un rdsum^ des ventes pu- 
bliques de Paris et de Londres. T. i. Leipzig, 
1881. 8°. *2223.58 

Bouton, John B. A memoir of General Louis 
Bell. Read before the N. H. historical society, 
Sept. 14th, 1865. N.Y., 1865. 8°. 4343-80 

Bouvier, Louis. De Saussure, sa vie, ses vo- 
yages et ses obsen'ations dans les Alpes. Geneve, 
1877. 16°. 28693.86 

Bowen, Clarence W. The boundary disputes 
of Connecticut. Boston, 1882. Portraits. 
Maps. 4°. *2370.58 

Bowes, James L. Japanese marks and seals. 
London, 1882. Folded map. Illus. L. 8°. *4022.56 

Boyd, A. J. {Old chum.) Old colonials. 
London, 1882. Illus. Sm. 8**. 3079-78 

" A collection of sketches of Australian, or rather of 
Queensland, life." — Preface. 

Boyssonneus, Joannes. See Guibal. 

Bracton, Henry de. De legibus et consuetu- 
dinibus Angliae. Libri 5. Ed. by Sir Travers 
Twiss. London, 1878-82. [Great Britain. 
Public record office.] 8°. *7028.50 

Braddock, Edward, general. See Lowder- 
milk. 

Brady, William M. Clerical and parochial 
records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross. Dublin, 
1863, 64. 3 v. 8°. *2470.2i 

Brain. 5<'e Exner; — Luys. 

Braun, K. , and Schneider, F. , editors. Miin- 
chener Bilderbogen. Miinchen. [No date.] 4 V. 
96 plates. 4°. *6ioo.53 

Breviario Grimani. Fac-simile des miniatures 
contenues dans le Br^viaire Grimani conserve a 
la Bibliotheque de St. Marc, ex^cut^ en photo- 
graphic par Antoine Perini; avec explications 
de Francois Zanotto et un texte fran9ais de Louis 
de Mas Latrie. \^French and Italian. '\ Venise, 
1880. 3 V. 40. *,^*5440.55 

Contents. — i. Text. — 2,3. 116 plates. 

Prefixed to vol. i is C. Soranzo's Un coup d'oeil au Br^- 
viaire du cardinal Grimani. Venise, iSSi. i6'. Some ac- 
count of this Breviary is to be found in Harper's New 
monthly magazine, February, iSSo. 

British museum. Catalogue of oriental 
coins. Vol. 7. London, 1882. Plates. S". 

3026.10.7 

Contents. — 7. The coinage of Bukhird (Transoxiana) 
from the time of Tiraur to the present day. Classes 33, 23, 
by Stanley Lane-Poole. 

— Index to the additional manuscripts, with 
those of the Egerton collection, preserved in the 
British museum, and acquired in 1783-1835. 
[Compiled by F. Madden.] London, 1849. 
Sm. fo. *6i70.i3 

Brittany. See Frain. 

Broadley, A. Meyrick. The last Punic war. 
Tunis, past and present. With a narratfve" of 
the. French conquest of the regency. With illus. 
Edinburgh, 1882. 2 v. 8°. 5057.17 

Bronte family. See Turner. 

Brougham, Henry, ist baron Brougham and 
Vaux. Tracts, mathematical and physical. Lon- 
don, and Glasgow, i860. Sm. 8°. 

5918.18; **5029.86 



Brueckner, A. Finanzgeschichtliche Studien. 
Kupfergeldkrisen. SL Petersburg, 1867. 8". 

364373 

Brugsch, Heinrich C, called Brugsch Bey. 
Die neue Weltordnung nach Vernichtung des 
sundigen Menschengeschlechtes nach einer 
altagyptischen Uberlieferung. Mit Tafel. Ber- 
lin, 1881. Folded sheet. 8°. 5054.56 

Brunner, D. B. The Indians of Berks county. 
Pa. Containing cuts of relics. Reading, Pa., 
1881. 8°. 4464.79 

Buchanan, Robert. Ballads of life, love, and 
humour. London, 1882. Sm. 8°. 4563.19 

Buchheim, Charles A., ct/zVor. German clas- 
sics. Lessing, Goethe, Schiller. Edited with 
English notes. Vol. 4. Schiller. Historische Skiz- 
zen. 2d edition revised. Oxford, 1880. [Clar- 
endon press series.] Sm. 8°. 4905.51 

Buckmaster, J. C, and Willis, J. J. The 
elementary principles of scientific agriculture. 
London. [187-.?] Sm. 8°. 3999-86 

Buddha. ^tje Oldenberg ; — St. Giles' lect- 
ures. 

Bullen, A. H., editor. A collection of old Eng- 
lish plays. In 4 v. Vol. i. London, 1882. 
Sm. 4°. *^*46o6.9 

Contents. — 1. The tragedy of Nero, 1624; The Maydes 
metamorphosis, 1600; The martyr'd souldier, by H. Shirley, 
1638; The noble sovldier, written by S[amuel] R[owley]. 

Bunsen, Christian C. J., Freikerr \or\. See 
Frederick William iv. 

Bunyan, John. See Lenox library. 

Buonarroti, II. Quaderno 10. Serie 2. Vol. 
13. Ottobre, 1879. 2741.58 

Contains Beatrice Cenci, by F. Labruzzi di Nexima; 
Giovannino de' Dolci, by E. Miintz [etc.]. 

Burdette, Robert J. William Penn. (1644- 

1718.) N. Y., 18S2. [Lives of American 

worthies.] 16°. 43493.96 
Written in a humorous style. 

Burman, The. See Yoe. 

Burr, Enoch F. Ecce caelum; or, parish 
astronomy. By a Connecticut pastor. 13th edi- 
tion. Boston, 1872. 16°. 7924.51 

Bus, Francois de. La politique contempo- 
raine devant I'histoire. T. i. Paris, 1882. 16*'. 

2618.72 

Butcher, Samuel H. Demosthenes. London, 
1881. [Classical writers.] Sm. 8°. 2979.74 

Butterfield, Consul W., editor. Washington- 
Irvine correspondence. The official letters which 
passed between Washington and William Irvine 
and between Irvine and Others concerning mili- 
tary affairs in the West from 1781 to 1783. With 
introduction containing an outline of events 
occurring previously in the trans-AUeghany 
country. Illus. Madison, Wis., 1882. Portraits. 
Map. 8°. *2374.66 

Butterflies. See Grote. 

Cage birds. See Greene. 

Calculus. See Barbera ; — Carll ; — Hoiiel. 

Calendar. See Riel. 

California. See McCarty. 

Callender, Edward B. Thaddeus Stevens : 
commoner. Boston, 1882. Portrait. 12°. 4248.50 

Cambridge philological society. Transac- 
tions, vol. I, 1872-80. With essay, reviews, and 
appendix. Edited by J. P. Postgate. London, 
1881. Folded sheets. 8°. *4953.6o 

Cambridge university. Calendar, 1S82. Cam- 
bridge, 1882. Sm. 8°. •2490.31 



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1882. 

Camp, — , and Dawson, — . Lake Chautauqua 
illustrated. By "Two Chautauquans." Pitts- 
burgh, 1879. I'lus- Map. 12". No 10 in *4487.67 

Campbell, A. A. Sermons preached before 
the Qj^ieen at Balmoral. Edinburgh, 18S2. Sm. 

So "^ 

Canton. See Hunter, W. C. 

Capdueil or Capduelh, Pons de. See Napolski. 

Cardona, Enrico. Dell'antica letteratura cata- 
lana. Studii. Seguiti dal testo e dalia traduzione 
della Vita di Giacomo i tolta dalla Cronaca cata- 
lana di Ramon Muntaner. Napoli, 1878. S". 

3O06.ia 

Reviewed by D. Pascual de Gayaneos in the AcadcmT 
for August 7, iSSo [*739o;i.2.iS]. 

Carll, Lewis B. A treatise on the calculus of 
variations. N. Y., i88i. 8". 3923.68 

Carlyle, Thomas. Reminiscences of my Irish 
journey in 1849. N. Y., 1882. Portrait.' 120. 

2466.68 

— Same. London, 1882. Sm. 8°. 2466.69 

[Works.] London, 1871-75. [People's edition.] 
Sm. 8°. Namely: — 

Critical and miscellaneous essays. 7 v. 

4570.54 

The early kings of Norway: also an essav on 
the portraits of John Knox. Portraits. 4570.63 

The French revolution : a history. 3 v. 4570.52 

History of Friedrich 11 of Prussia, called 
Frederick the Great. 10 v. 4570.60 

Latter-day pamphlets. 4570.58 

The life of Friedrich Schiller; comprehending 
an examination of his works. With Supplement 
of 1872. 457053 

The life of John Sterling. 4570.59 

On heroes, hero-worship, and the heroic in 
history. 4570.55 

Fast and present. 4570.56 

Sartor re.sartus : the life and opinions of Herr 
Teufelsdrdckh. 4570.51 

See also Cromwell ; — Goethe ; — Musa;us. 

Carpentry. See Eassie ; — Hatfield ; — New- 
lands. 

Carriire, Moriz. Die sittliche Weltordnung. 
Leipzig, 1877. 8". 3600.3 

Case, J. Wickham, editor. Southold town 
records copied and explanatory notes added. 
[N.Y.] 1882. Folded plan. 8». ' *a370.59 

Catalonia. Sec Cardona. 

Cathell, Daniel W. The physician himself 
and what he should add to the strictly scientific. 
Baltimore, 1882. 8". 379S-8a 

Cattle raising. .SV** Grohman. 

Catullus, Caius Valerius. See Birt. 

Caulfield, Sophia F. A., and Saward, Blanche 
C. The dictionary of needlework. Illut>trated 
with upwards of 800 engravings. London, i88a. 
4°. 6001.31 

Cayuga county historical society. Collections. 
No. I, 2. Auburn, N.Y., 1879,82. 8". •4473.70 

CoHlfHts. — I. The journal of John L. Ilari1cnl)cr({h in 
Sullivan's campaign against the western Indiana. With 
introduction, notes and maps by John S. Clark. AUn, a 
biographical sketch hv Charles' llawlejr. 2. Annual ad- 
dresses, 4th, 5th, by C. Jlawiey ; IIistf>riral sketch of Friend* 
in Cayu^ja comity, by Emily Howland; Inventors and in- 
ventions of Cayu){a county, Ky C. Wheeler, Jr. ; [also] Sup- 
pleinent to Inventors and inventions, by D. M. 0»bf>n»e. 

Cento. See Dck-pierre. 

Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de. Don Quixote 
of La Mancha. Trans from the Spanish by V. 
A. Motteux. Vol. 1-3. Edinburgh, 1879^2. 
3 v. Portrait. Illus. 8". *309oa-54 



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Cesnola, Alexander P. di. Salaminia (Cy- 
prus), the history, treasures, & antiquities of 
Salamis in Cyprus. With an introduction by 
S. Birch. With illus. and map. London, iSSi. 



L. 8«. 



•»96«-5a 



Cetewayo. See I laggard ; — Ludlow. 

Champagne. See Vixetcllv. 

Chanccllorsvilla. See Bates. 

Chantelauze, Rrfgis. Saint Vincent de Paul ct 
les Gondi d'apr^s de nouvcaux docutiicntk. 
Paris, 1882. 8". 355a 65 

Chapman, William. The life of Martin Lu- 
ther. London. [1881?] Illus. Sm. 8"'. SSS9-70 

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Re- 
port of the city for 1880, with Appendix. Char- 
lottetown, i88i. 8^'. *44i7.7S 

Chaucer, Geoffrey. A parallel-text print of 
Troilus and Crisevdc from the Campsall ms of 
Bacon Frank, the ilarleian m». 2280 m the Brit- 
ish museum, and the Cambridge univemitr 
library MS. Gg. 4. 27. Put forth by Frederick J. 
Furnivall. Part i. Books 1 & 2. London. 
1881. [Chaucer society.] 8". oblong. •,*45a«.i7 

Chautauqua, N. Y. See Camp. 

Chemistry. See Kerl ; — Lupton