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JERSEY CITY, N. J. : 
Thx Jersbt City Pbintino Company. 

1891. 



- • • • 

• « • ' 



Ed ' 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



OF THE 



FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY 



OF THE 



CITY OF JERSEY CITY. 



HON. ORESTES CLEVELAND, Mayor, ) 

v Ex'0fficio. 
ADDISON B. POLAND, Supt. of Schools, J 

CHARLES S. HASKELL, 1892. 

NELSON J. H. EDGE, , 1893. 

ROBERT J. McMillan, 1894. 

LEONARD J. GORDON, M. D., 1895. 

STEPHEN L. HARVEY, 1896. 



OFFICERS. 

President, LEONARD J. GORDON, M. D. 

Treasurer, NELSON J. H. EDGE. 

Secretary, GEORGE WATSON COLE, Librarian. 



SUMMARY OF LIBRARY RULES. 



Any person over 12 years of age residing within the corporate limits of Jersey City, or paying taxes 
therein, is entitled to the f rco use of the Library, and may draw books therefrom for home use by signing 
an agreement to observe the Rules and Regulations of the Board of Trustees, and furnishing satisfactory 
reference as to fltnoss to enjoy the library pi:ivilcge8. Such reference must be a Real Estate Owner, or 
a Business or Profeasional Person reddent of or engaged in business in this city. 

£very person entitled to draw books from the Library will bo supplied with a Borrower's Card 
inscribed with his or her register number. This card mast be presented whenever a book is taken, 
returned, or renewed. 

Immediate notice of a change of residence must be given to the Librarian. Neglect to do 
this will subject the holder of the card to a forfeiture of privileges. 

Books may be retained two weeks and may be renewed for an additional week upon application to the 
Librarian. 

A book labeled — Seven-day Book— cannot be retained more than one week, and cannot be renewed. 

No books can be exchanged on the same day they are taken oat, unless a mistake has been 

made by the Library attendants. 

« 

On application a book belonging to the liibrary, not in when applied for, will be retained for 24 hours, 
and notice of its return will bo mailed to the applicant. 

Any person who retains a book longer than is permitted by the Regaiations will be fined 
two cents for each day's detention (Sundays and holidays included). Delinquents will be notified 
through the mail on the third day after their delinquency has occurred, and again four days thereafter, 
and if the book is not returned on or before the expiration of the tenth day, it will be sent for by a 
meftsenget, who will be aathorized to collect sach fines as have already accraed thereon, and 
an additional fee of twenty cents for messenger service. 

No book shall be issued to any person incurring a fine until the same is paid. 

Writing in or marking books or periodicals, even for mere correction of typographical errors, tearing 
or turning down leaves, and all other defacements, are strictly prohibited, and all injuries to books, 
perialicals, or other Library property shall be adjusted to the satisfaction of the Librarian. 



PREFACE. 



This work, as its name implies, is a list of the books contained in the Library, so arranged under 
their respective authors, titles, and subjects. In alphabetical order, that any volmne and its call- 
number may readily be found. For the convenience of readers, as well as for economic reasons, works of 
Fiction will be found only under authors, in their alphabetical order, and titles, alphabetically 
arranged under the subject heading Fiction. Cross-references from subject entries, proper names, 
pseudonyms, etc., have been carefully inserted wherever their use has been thought necessary. 

The Trustees feel that they were extremely fortunate in securing the services of Mr. Gteorge Watson 
Cole, from the Newberry Library, of Chicago, as Librarian, and Miss Esther £. Burdick, a graduate 
of the Library School at Albany, N. Y., as Head Cataloguer, under whom, on March 8d, the present efficient 
staff was organized. 

The Library was opened July 6, 1891, with 15,544 volumes on its shelves, and 325 daily, 
weekly, monthly, and quarterly magazines and newspapers in the Reading Room. A tem- 
porary Fiction List, made up of advanced sheets of the titles of Fiction alphabetically arranged, was 
separately printed in order to accelerate the opening of the Library pending the completion of the present 
work. 

The Library is classified by the Decimal Classification of Prof. Melvil Dewey, of Albany, N. T., to 
whom we are indebted for the privilege of reprinting the following Synopsis. 

Supplemental Lists of new books added to the Library will appear at regular intervals and 

may be procured at the Delivery Desk. 

The selection and purchase of the books, the preparation of the Acoeasion Catalogue, Shelf and Finding 
Lists, have alone necessitated over 100,000 intelligent entries. When in addition to this is taken into con- 
sideration the labor involved in the classification of the Library, the furnishing and equipment of the 
Library and Reading Room, and selection of periodicals and newspapers for the latter, and that this has been 
done in less than five months, some idea of the magnitude of the work performed may be realized. 

By the completion and publication of this Finding List, the resources of the Library are now made 
available to the public, and our citizens are to bo congratulated that the establishment of a Free Public 
Library in Jersey City is at last an accomplished fact. 

LEONARD J. GORDON, 

President, 



DIRECTIONS. 



Books the caU-namber of which is preceded by the letter " R ** cazmot be drawn from the Library 
except by the special permiasioii of the Librarian, but may at all times be oonsiilted in the Reference Room. 

The letter *' J ^ is prefixed to the call-number of books especially adapted to young readers. . 

In applying for books, write plainly on the call-slip several nnmbers in the order of 
preferenc4^; the first book on the list that is in 9 will be brought by the attendant 9 and the 
slip will be retorned to the borrower for fhtore use. 



LIBRARY HOURS. 

C:ircalating Department and Relbrcnce Room — 

Mondays to Fridays (inclusivfe), 9 A. M.— 8.30 P. M. 

Saturdays, 9 A. M.— 10 P. M. 

Sundays and Holidays, 3—6 P. M. 

Rrading Room- 
Mondays to Saturdays (inclusive), 9 A. M.— 10 P. M. 
Sundays and Holidays, 3—9 P. M. 



SYNOPSIS OF CLASSIFICATION 



CLASSES. 



GENERAL WORKS. 



1 PHILOSOPHY. 



2 RELIGION. 



3 SOCIOLOGY. 



4 PHILOLOGY. 



5 NATURAL SCIENCE. 



6 USEFUL ARTS. 



7 PINE ARTS. 



8 LITERATURE. 



9 HISTORY. 



DIVISIONS 



000 General Works. 

010 BlBLIOORAPHT. ■ 

030 LiBRART Economy. 

O^JO General Cyclop jbdias. 

040 General Collections. 

050 General Periodicals. 

060 General Societies. 

070 Newspapers. 

080 Special Libraries. Polyoraphy. 

090 Book Rarities. 



SOO Natural Science* 

510 Mathematics. 

520 Astronomy. 

530 Physics. 

540 Chemistry. 

550 Geology. 

560 Paleontology. 

570 Biology. 

580 Botany. 

590 Zoology. 



100 Philosophy. 

110 Metaphysics. 

120 Special Metaphysical Topics. 

190 Mind and Body. 

140 Philosophical Systems. 

150 Mental Faculties. Psychology. 

160 Logic. 

170 Ethics. 

180 Ancient Philosophers. 

190 Modern Philosophers. 



600 UseibI Arts. 

610 Medicine. 

620 Engineering. 

630 Agriculture. 

640 Domestic Economy. 

650 Communication and Commerce. 

660 Chebucal Technology. 

670 Manufactures. 

680 Mechanic Trades. 

090 Building. 



300 Religion. 

210 Natural Theology. 

220 Bible. 

230 Doctrinal Theology. Dogmatics. 

240 Devotional and Practical. 

250 HoMiLETic. Pastoral. Parochial. 

2f50 Church. Institutions. Work. 

270 Religious History. 

^ Christian Churches and Sects. 

290 Non-Christian Religions. 



TOO Fine Arts. 

710 Landscape Gardening. 

720 Architecture. 

730 Sculpture. 

740 Drawing. Design. Decoration. 

750 Painting. 

760 Engraving. 

770 Photography. 

780 Music. 

790 Amusements. 



300 Sociolo^r. 

310 Statistics. 

320 Political Science. 

330 Political Economy. 

840 Law. 

. 350 Administration. 

360 Associations and Institutions. 

370 Education. 

380 Commerce and Communication. 

390 Customs. Costumes. Folk-lore. 



800 Literature. 

810 American. 

820 English. 

830 German. 

840 French. 

850 Italian. 

860 Spanish. 

870 Latin. 

880 Greek. 

890 Minor Languages. 



400 Philology. 

410 Comparative. 

420 English. 

430 German. 

440 French. 

450 Italian. 

460 Spanish. 

470 Latin. 

480 Greek. 

490 Minor Languages. 



900 History. 



910 
920 
9:i0 
940 
950 . 

970 "S 
980^ 
990 



Geography and Description. 
Biography. 
Ancient History. 
r Europe. 

Asia. 

Africa. 

North America. 

South America, 
.oceanica and polar regions. 



ALPHABETICAL FINDING LIST. 

Authors, Titles, and Subjects. 



FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY, 

JERSEY CITY, N. J. • 



A B C of electricity. 3f cadowcroft. 

537 M4G 

Abbeys, castles, and ancient halls of England and 

Wales. Timbs. * 914.2 T48 

Abbot, W.J. BatUeficlds of '01. J973.7 Ab2B 

— Blue jackets of 1812. J973.5 Ab2 

— Blue jackets of '61. J973.7 Ab2Bl 



Abbott, B. V. Judge and jury. 

— Travelling law-school. 
Abbott, C. C. Days out of doors. 

' — Naturalist's rambles about home. 

— Upland and meadow. 

— Waste-land wanderings. 
Abbott, Edward. Revolutionary times. 

973.3 Ab2 
Abbott, Evelyn. Pericles and the Gk)lden Age of 



340 Ab2 

340 Ab2T 

Ab2D 

Ab2N 

Ab2U 

Ab2W 



590 
590 
590 
590 



Athens. 
Abbott, Jacob. 

Franconia stories. 5 v. viz. — 

— 1. Malleville. Wallace. 

— 2. MoryErskine. MaryBelL 

— 3. Beechnut. Rodolphua 

— 4. Ellen Linn. Stuyvesant. 

— 5. Caroline. Agnes. 
Illustrated histories. 22 v. vi 

— Alexander the Great. 

— Alfred of England. 

— Charles I. of England. 

— Charles II. of England. 

— Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt. 

— Cyrus, the Great. 

— Darius, the Great. 

— Genghis Khan. 

— Hannibal, the Carthaginian. 

— Julius Ccesar. 

— Margaret of Anjou. 

— Mary, Queen of Scots. 

— Nero. 

— Peter the Great. 

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Abbott, Jacob — continued, ! 

— Pyrrhus, 

— Queen Elizabeth. 

— Richard I. of England. 

— Richard 11. of England. 

— Richard HL of England. 

— Romulus. 

— William the Conqueror. 

— Xerxes, the Great. 
Juno stories. 4 v. viz. — 

— Hubert. 

— Juno and Georgia. 

— Juno on a journey. 

— Mary Osborne. 



J923.1 P99A 

J923.1 E14A 

J923.1 R381A 

J923.1 R382A 

,I923.1 R383A 

J923.1 R66A 

J923.1 W67A 

J923.1 X2A 

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Lucy series. 3 v. viz. — 

— Cousin Lucy among the moontains. Jl Ab2L 

— Cousin Lucy at study. Jl Ab2L2 

— Cousin Lucy's conversations. Jl Ab2I«3 
Marco Paul's voyages and travels. 6 v. viz. — 



Marco Paul in New York. 

Marco Paul on the Erie CanaL 

Marco Paul in Maine. 

Marco Paul in Vermont. 

Marco Paul in Boston. 

Marco Paul at the Springfield Armory. 

Jl Ab2M6 
Rainbow and Lucky stories. 4 v. viz. — 



Jl Ab2JII 
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Jl Ab2M3 
Jl Ab2M4 
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Jl Ab2IU 
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— Handle. 

— Rainbow's journey. 

— Three pines. 

— Selling Lucky. 
Rollo Series. 14 v. in 7. viz. — 

— Rollo learning to read.— Rollo learning to talk. 

Jl Ab2R 

— Rollo at work.— Rollo at play. Jl Ab2R2 

— Rollo at schooL—RoUo's vacation. Jl Ab2R3 

— RoUo's experiments.— RoUo's museum. 

Jl Ab2R4 



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ABBOTT, 



ADAMS. 



Abbott 9 Jacob— continued. 

— Hollo's travels. — RoUo^s correspondenoe. 

Jl A12R5 

— Rolld^ philoeopby; fire. — Rollo^ philosophy; 
water. Jl Ab2R6 

— RoHo^s philoeophy; sky. — Rolld^ philosophy; 
air. Jl Ab2R7 

— Teacher. 371 Ab2 
Abbott, J. S. C. 

American pioneers and patriots. 10 y. viz. — 

— Daniel Boone. 023.9 B64 

— Christopher Carson. 923.9 C23 

— Christopher Colmnbos. 923.9 C72 

— David Crockett. 923.9 €87 

— Benjamin Franklin. 923.2 F85A 

— Chevalier de La Salle. 973.1 Ab23 

— Ferdinand De Soto. 923.9 D46 

— Miles Standish. 923.5 St2 

— Peter Stuyvesant. 923.5 St9 

— George Washington. J923.1 W27A 
Illustrated histories. 14 v. viz. — 

— Frederick the Great 923.1 F912A 
-- Henry IV. of France. J923.1 H3944A 
"- Hernando Cortez. 923.5 €81 A 

— Hortense. J923.1 H78A 
"- Joseph Bonaparte. J923.1 J771A 

— JosepUne. J923.1 J77A 

— King Fhilip: J970.1 P53A 

— Kings and queens. 923.1 Ab23K 

— Louis XIV. J923.1 L924A 

— Cxmis PhilUppe. * 923.1 L929A 

— Madame Roland. J920.7 R64A 

— Marie Antoinette. J923.1 M333A 

— Napoleon Bonaparte. 923.1 NIOA 

— Romance of Spanish history. 946 Ab23 
Abbott 9 Lyman and Conanty T. J. Dictionary of 

religious knowledge. 203 Ab2 

AbbottyMary. Beverleys. 2 Ab2B 

A'Becketty G. A. Comic history of England. 

827 Ab3 
AbelyCarL Linguistic essays. 404 Ab3 

Abelardy Pierre. Richardson. Abelard and 
Heloise. 922 Ab4R 

Abelard and Heloise. Richardson. 922 Ab4R 
AbercrombiCy John. Inquiries concerning intel- 
lectual powers. 151 Ab3 
Abercrombyy Ralph. Weather. 551.5 Ab3 
Abney, W de W. Treatise on photography. 

770 Ab7 
Abode of snow. Wilson. 915.4 W69 

Aborigines of Victoria. Smyth. 572 Sm9 

About 9 Ekimond. Man with a broken ear. 

4 Ab7M 

— Notary's nose. 4 Ab7N 
About money and other things. Craik. 824 €84 
About old story tellers. Mitchell. J818 JII69 
Abraham; his life and times. Deane. 

220.92 Ab8D 
Abroad again. Guild. 914 G94 

Abyssinia. Bakzr. Nile tributaries of Abyssinia. 

916.3 B17 



Abyssinia — continued. 

See also Egypt. 
Academic algebra. Bowser. 512 BG8 

Account of the life and times of Francis Bacon. 

Spedding. 921 B13S 

Acheta Domestical pseud. See Reeve^ Mrs, L. M. 
Ackermany J. C. G. Christian element in Plato 

and the Platonic philosophy. 184 Ac5 

Acme library of standard biography. 920 AcO 
Acoustics. See Sound. 

Acoustics, light, and heat. Lees. 530 L51 

Across America and Asia. Pnmpelly. 

915 P96 
Across lots. Lunt. 818 L97 

Across Patagonia. Dixie. 918.2 D04 

Adamsy A. A. Aunt Hepsy's foundling. 2 Ad 1 
Adams, Brooks. Emancipation of Massachusetts. 

277.4 Adl 
Adams, C. F. Biography of Richard Henry Dana. 

023.4 DIOA 

— ed. Familiar letters of John Adams and his wife. 

923.1 Adl3 

Adams, C. K. Democracy and monarchy in 

France. 944 Adl 

— Manual of ^Btorical literature. R016.9 Adl 
Adams, F. O. History of Japan. 952 Adl 
AdanM, Henry. History of the United States of 

America. 973 Adl 

— John Randolph. 923.2 RIGA 
Adams, H.G. Beautiful butterflies. 595.7 Adl 

— Beautiful shells. 594 Ad 1 

— Hummingbirds. 508.2 Ad 111 

— Nests of familiar birds. 598.2 Adl 
Adams, John. Works. 818 Adl 

— Adams, J. Q. Life of John Adams. 

923.1 Ad 13 A 
Adams, John and AbigaiL Familiar letters of 
John Adams and his wife. 923. 1 Adl3 

Adams, J. Q. Life of John Adams. 

923.1 Ad 13 A 

— MoBsx. John Quincy Adams. 923.1 Adl2M 

— Seward. Life of John Quincy Adams. 

923 Ad 128 
Adams, J. W. Sewers and drains for populous 
districts. 028 Adl 

Adams, Mrs. Loith. See Adams, A. A. 
Adamis, Mary. Honorable surrender. 1 Ad III 
Adams, O. F. Brief handbook of American au- 
thors. R928.1 Adl 

— Brief handbook of Englidi authors. 

R928.2 Adl 

— Dear old story-tellere. 928 Adl 

— comp, [Through the year with the poets.] U v. 

yiz, — 

— January. 821 AdlJ 

— February. 821 Ad IF 

— March. 821 AdlM 

— April 821 Adl A 

— May. 821 Adl Ma 

— June. 821 AdlJu 

— July. 821 AdlJl 



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ADAMS. 



ADVENTURES. 



Adain»9 O. F. — cmUinued. 

— August. 

— September. 

— October. 

— Novembar. 

— December. 



821 AdlAu 

821 Ad IS 

821 AdlO 

821 Ad IN 

821 AdlD 



Adamsy Samuel. Wells. Life and public ser- 
vices of Samuel Adams. Sv. 923.2 Adl4W 

Adams 9 S. C. Chronological chart of ancient, 
modem, and Biblical history. R902 Adl 

Adams 9 W. D. Dictionary of English literature. 

820.3 Adl 

— Famous books. 820 Adl 
Adams, W. H. D. Land of the Incas. 985 Adl 

— Light houses and light ships. G27 Adl 

— Maid of Orleans. 923.5 D24 

— Page, squire, and knight. J 2 Adl 
Adamsy W. I. L. Photographic instructor. 

770 Adl 
Advance guard of western civilization. Gil- 
more. 970.8 G42 
Adams, "W. T. {Oliver Optic.) 
Army and navy series. 6 v. viz. — 

— 1. Soldier boy. Jl Adl A 

— 2. SaUorboy. Jl AdlA2 

— 3. Young lieutenant. Jl Adl A3 

— 4. Yankee middy. Jl AdlA4 

— 5. Fighting Joe. Jl AdlA5 

— 6. Brave old salt. Jl Adl AG 
Blue and gray series. 3 v. viz. — 

— 1. Taken by the enemy. Jl AdlB 

— 2. Within the enemy's lines. J 1 AdlB2 

— 3. On the blockade. Jl AdlB3 
Boatrbuilder series. v. viz. — 

— 1. All adrift. Jl AdlBb 

— 2. Snug harbor. Jl AdlBb2 

— 3. Square and compasses. Jl AdlBbS 

— 4. Stem to stem. Jl AdlBb4 

— 5. All taut. Jl AdlBb5 

— 0. Ready about. Jl AdlBbO 
Boat club series. 

— Little by littie. Jl AdlBcG 
Great western series. v. viz. — 

— 1. Going west. Jl AdlG 



— 2. Out west. 

— 3. Lake breezes. 

— 4. Going south. 

— 5. Down south. 

— 0. Up the river. 

— In doors and out. 
Lake shore series. 

— On time. 

— Switch off. 

— Living too fast. 

— Our standard-bearer. 
Starry flag series. C v. viz. — 

— 1. Starry flag. 

— 2. Freaks of fortune. 

— 3. Breaking away. 

— 4. Seek and find. 

— o. Make or break. 



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Adamsy W. T. — continued. 

— 6. Down the river. Jl Ad ISO 
Upward and oni^ard series. G v. viz. — 

— 1. Field and forest Jl AdlU 

— 2. Plane and plank. Jl AdlU2 

— 3. Desk and debit. Jl AdlU3 

— 4. Cringle and cross-tree. Jl AdlU4 

— 5. Bivouac and battle. Jl AdlU5 

— 6. Sea and shore. Jl AdlUG 

— Way of the World. 1 Adl2W 
Woodvillo stories. v. viz. — 

— 1. Rich and humble. Jl AdlW 

— 2. In school and out. Jl AdlW2 

— 3. Haste and waste. Jl AdlWG 

— 4. Work and win. Jl AdlW4 

— 5. Hope and have. Jl AdlW5 

— 6. Watch and wait. Jl AdlW3 
Yacht club series. 6 v. viz. — 

— 1. LitUe BobtaiL Jl AdlY 

— 2. Yacht club. Jl AdlY2 

— 3. Money-maker. Jl AdlY3 

— 4. Coming wave. Jl AdlY4 

— 5. Dorcas club. Jl AdlY5 

— 6. Ocean bom. Jl AdlYG 
Young America abroad aeries. 12 v. viz. — 

— 1. Outward bound. Jl AdYol 

— 2. Shamrock and thistle. Jl AdYo2 

— 3. Red cross. Jl AdYo3 

— 4. Dikes and ditches. Jl AdlYo4 

— 5. Palace and cottage. Jl AdlYf»5 

— 6. Down the Rhine. Jl AdlYoG 

— 7. Up the Baltic. Jl AdlYo7 

— 8. Northern lands. Jl AdlYoS 

— 0. Cross and crescent. Jl AdlYo9 

— 10. Sunny shores. Jl AdlYolO 

— 11. Vine and oUve. Jl AdlYoll 

— 12. Isles of the sea. J i Adl Yol2 
AdamsoDy Robert. Fichte. . 921 F44 
Addison, Joseph. Works. 824 Ad2 

— Criticism on Paradise Lost 820 Ad2C 
Adeler, Max, pseud. See Clark, C. H. 
Adirondacks. Warner, C. D. In the wilder- 
ness. 917.47 W24 

Adler, G. A German and English dictionary. 

R433.2 Ad5 
Adriance, J. S. Laboratory calculatians and spe- 
cific gravity tables. 542 Ad8 
Ad ven tores and conquests of Magellan. Towle* 

J910.4 T65 

Adventores in Equatorial Africa, and the country 

of the dwarfs. Dn Chailln. J91G.7 D85A 

Adventures in Patagonia. Coaiu 918.2 CG3 

Adventures of a yoimg naturalist. Biait* 

590 B47 
Adventores of an attorney in search of practice. 
Warren. 340.9 W25 

Adventures of Captain Bonneville. Irving. 

917.3 Ir8 

Adventures of early discoverers. Homphrey. 

J910.0 Ud8 



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ADTENTURES. 



AGASSIZ. 



Adyentores of Huckleberry Finn. Clemens. 

817 C592A 
Adyentores of Tom Sawyer. Clemens* 

817 C592Ad 

AdTentnresof two youths in a journey through 

Africa. Knox. J016.7 K77 

AdTentores of two youths in a journey to Ceylon 

and India. Knox. J915.4 K77 

AdTentnres of two youths in a journey to Egypt 

and the Holy Land. Knox. . J910.2 K77 

AdTentnres of two youths in a journey to Japan 

and China. Knox. J915.2 K77 

Adventures of two youths in a journey to Siam 

and Java. Knox. J915.9 L77 

AdTentnres on the great hunting g^itiunds of the 

world. JHennier. 799 JII57 

Advontnres on the Mosquito shore. Sqnier. 

917.28 Sq4 
Advice to parties about to marry, anon^ 

827 R79A 
^neid ; tr. by John Conington. Tirgil,. 

873.1 C75 
AlSronantics. See Balloons. 
/Eschylns. Tragedies ; tr. by E. H. Plumptre. 

882.1 P73 

— COPLEOTOK. JEechylus. 882.1 C79 

— Same. 882.1 C79S 
JBsop. Fables ; comp. by Thomas James. 

888.6 J 
^Esthetics. Alison. Essays on taste. 701 A14 

— Bascom. .^Isthetics. 701 B29 

— Cousin. Lectures on the true, beautiful, and 

good. 701 C83 

— Day. Sdeoce of sesthetics. 701 D33 

— Jabyks. Art idea. 701 J29 

— Morris. Decorative arts. 740 JII83 

— Taink. Lectures on art 701 T13 

— TORRT. Theory of fine arts. 701 T63 

See aUo Fine Arts. 
Afghanistan. Bonvalot. Through the heart of 
Asia. 915.8 BG4 

AlHca. Travels, 

— Bakxr. AlbOTt ITyanza. 916.7 B17 

— Barth. Travels and discoveries in North and 

Central Africa, v. 3 916.6 B28 

— Barth. Travels and discoveries in North and 

Central Africa. 916.6 B28T 

— Cameron. Jack Hooper. 916.8 C14 
—• Dratson. Diamond hunters of South Africa. 

916.8 D79 

— Drummond. Tropical Africa. 916.7 D84 

— Dn Chailjlu. Adventures in great forests of 

Equatorial Africa and the country of the 
dwarfs. J916.7 D85A 

— Dn Chaillu. Country of the dwarfs. 

J916.7 D85C 

— Do Chaillu. Explorations and adventures in 

Equatorial Africa. J916.7 D85E 

— Du Chaillu. Journey to Ashango-land. 

J016.7 D85J 



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AiVica. Travels — continued. 

— Du Chaillu. Lost in the jungle. 

J916.7 D85L 

— Du Chaillu. My Apingi kingdom. 

J916.7 D85M 

— Du Chaillu. Stories of the gorilla country. 

J916.7 D85S 

— Du Chaillu. Wild life imder the equatoi*. 

J916.7 D85W 

— Elton. Travels among the lakes and mountains 

of Eastern and Central Africa. 916.7 £18 

— J AMSSON. Narrative of discovery and adventure 

in Africa. 916 J23 

— Jamsson. Story of the rear column. 

916.7 J23 

— Kingston and Low. Great African travellers. 

J916 K61 

— Knox. Adventures of two youths in a journey 

through Africa. J916.7 K77 

— Knox. Boy travellers on the Congo. 

J916.7 K77B 

— Long. Central Africa. 916.7 Ii85 

— MoNTEiRO. Angola and the river Congo. 

916.7 M76 

— Park. Life and travels. 916 P21 

— Richardson. Story of the Niger. 916.6 R39 

— ScHNiTZER. Emin Pasha in Central Africa. 

916.7 8ch6 

— Sheldon. Yankee girls in Zulu-land. 

916.8 Sh4 

— Speke. Discovery of the source of the Nile. 

916.7 8p3 

— Stanley. Congo and the founding of its Free 

State. 916.7 St2C 

— Stanley. How I found Livingstone. 

916.7 8t2H 

— Stanley. My Kalulu. 916.7 8t2M 

— Stanley. Through the dark continent. 

916.7 St2T 

— Stratham. Blacks, Boers and British. 

916.8 St2 

— Taylor. Lake regions of Central Africa. 

916.7 T21 

— Taylor. Travels in South Africa. 916.8 T21 

— Thomson. To the Central African lakes and 

back. 916.7 T38 

— Ward. My life with Stanley^s rear guard. 

916.7 W21 

— Williams. Narratives and adventures of travel- 

lers in Africa. 916 W67 

— WiLLouGHBY. East Africa and its big game. 

916.7 W68 
Afternoons with the poets. Deshler. 821 D45 
Agassiz, Alexander. Three cruises of the steamer 

Blake. 2 v. 508 Agl 

Agassiz, E. C, and Alexander. Seaside studies in 

natural history. 593 Agl 

AgassiZy Louis. See AgassiZy L. J. R. 
Agasfdzy L. J. R. Geological sketches. 550 Agl 

— Journey in BraziL 018.1 Agl 

— Methods of study in natural history. 590 Agl 



AGA8SIZ. 



ALCOHOL. 



Ag^assiZy L. J. R. — continued. 

— Structure of animal life. 599 AglS 

— an4 Gould 9 A. A. Principles of zoology. 

590 AglP 
AgeofAime. Morris. 942 M83 

Age of chivalry. Bolfinch. 398.2 B87 

Age of electricity. BeiUamin. 537 B43 

Age of Elizabeth. Creighton. 942 C8G 

Age of fable. Bolfinch. 291 B87 

Ages before Mose& Gibson. 222 G35 

Agnew, Cora. Peorlcas Cathleen. 1 Ag6P 

Agnosticism 9 and other essays. Fawcett. 

814 F28 
Agriculture. Caird. Prairie farming in Amer- 
ica. 630 C12 

— Cbozier and Henderson. How the farm pays. 

G30 C88 

— Henderson. Garden and farm topicsi 

035 H38 

— ELenderson. Gardening for pleasure. 

035 H38G 

— Henderson. Gardening for profit. 

035 H38Ga 

— Johnson. How crops feed. 031 J03 

— Johnson. How crops grow. 031 JOSH 

— Klippart. Wheat plant 033 K08 

— LoRiNO. Farm-yard club of Jotham. 030 L89 

— Morris. Farming for boys. J030 M83 

— Powell. Lands of arid region of the United 

States. R031 P87 

— Roe. Home acre. 030 R02 

See also Fruit. 
Agnilafy Grace. Days of Bruce. 2 y. 2 Ag9 

— Home influence. 2 Ag9H 

— Home scenes. 2 Ag9Ho 

— Mother^s recompense. 2 Ag9M 

— Vale of cedars. 2 Ag9T 

— Woman's friendship. 2 Ag9W 

— Women of Israel. 2 v. 920.7 Ag9 
AVd^y Hamilton. Carr of Carrlyon. 2 v. 

2 Ai2C 

— In that state of Ufe. 2 Ai2I 

— Introduced to society. 2 AI21n 

— Marstons. 2 v. 2 Ai2M 

— Morals and mysteries. 2 Ai2]IIo 

— Nine days' wonder. 2 Ai2N 

— Penruddocke. 2 v. 2 Ai2P 

— Rita. 2 Ai2R 
Aids in practical geology. Cole. 550 C07 
Aiken 9 John, and Barbaold, A. L. Evenings at 

home. 828 Ai4 

Aiken, J. F. History of Uberty. 323 Ai4 

Ainger, Alfred. Charles Lamb. 928.24 LlOA 
Ainsworth, W. H. Auriol. 2 AiOA 

— Beatrice Tyldesley. 2 v. 2 AiOB 

— Beau Nash. 2y. 2 AiOBe 

— Boscobel. 2y. 2 AiOBo 

— Cardinal Pole. 2 AiOC 

— Chetwynd Calverley. 2 v. 2 AiOCh 

— Constable de Bourbon. 2y. 2 AiOCo 

— Constable of the Tower. 2 AlOCt 



AInsworthy W. H. — continued. 

— Crichton. 

— Fall of Somerset. 2 v. 

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— Goldsmith's wife. 2 v. 

— Good old times. 2 v. 

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Air break practice. Phelan. 



2 AiOCr 

2 AiOF 
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2 AIOG 
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2 AiOL 
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025 P51 



Airy 9 Osmund. English Restoration and Louis 
XIV. 940 AI7 

Akensidey Mark, and BeattiCy James. Poetical 
works. 821 Ak3 

Alaska. Allen. Red mountain of Alaska. 

J917.98 A15 

— Ballou. New Eldorado. 917.98 B21 

— Bancboft. History of Alaska. R970 B22 

— CoLLis. Woman's trip to Alaska. 917.98 COO 

— Dall. Alaska and its resources. 917.98 DIO 

— Elliott. Out Arctic province. 917.98 JB15 

— Jackson. Alaska. 917.98 J13 

— SciDMORB. Alaska; its southern coast and the 

Sitkian archipelago. 917.98 8ci2 

— Wardman. Trip to Alaska. 917.98 W21 

— Woodman. Rctureeque Alaska. 917.98 W85 
Alh^ pseud, 5^e Whiteing, Richard. 

Albany 9 L. M. C. E. Countess of. Paget. Count- 
ess of Albany. 923.9 All 

Alhert^ Prince Consort of Victoria. Martin. Life 
of H.R.H., the Prince Consort. 923.2 AllM 

Albert y Mrs, O. V. R. House of bandage. 

320 All 

Albert N^^anza. Baker. 910.7 B17 

Alcocky Sir Rutherford. Three years in Japan. 
2v. 915.2 All 

Alcohol and the state. Pitman. 178 POO 

Alcohol as a food and medicine. Hont. 

013 H91 



m 



ALCOHOL. 



ALGER. 



Alcohol. See Temperance and Intemperance. 
Alcotty L. M. Cupid and Chow-Chow. 

Jl A112C 

— Eight cousins. Jl A112E 

— Garland for girls. Jl A112G 

— Hospital sketches. 1 A112H 

— Jack and Jill. Jl AI12J 

— Jimmy^s cruise in the Pinafore. J 1 AI 1 2Ji 

— Jo's boys. Jl AI12JO 

— Little men. Jl A112L 

— Little women. J 1 All 2LI 

— Lulu's Ubrary. Jl A112Ln 

— Modem Mephistopheles. 1 A112M 

— My boys. Jl A112M 

— My girls. Jl A112My 

— OM-f ashioned girl. J 1 All 2C> 

— Old-fashioned Thanksgiving. Jl A11201 

— Proverb stories. J 1 A112P 

— Rose in bloom. Jl A112R 

— Shawlstraps. Jl . A112S 

— Silver pitchers. Jl A112Si 

— Spinning-wheel stories. Jl A112Sp 

— Under the lilacs. Jl A112U 
-Work. 1 A112W 
Alden, L (M.) (Pans^.) Aunt Hannah, and Mai^ 

tha, and John. 1 A12A 

— Chautauqua girls at homo. 1 A12C 

— Chrissy's endeavor. 1 A12Cli 

— Christie^s Christmas. Jl A12CI 

— Cunning workmen. 1 A12Co 

— Eighty-seven. 1 AI2Ei 

— Endless chain. J 1 A12En 

— Ester Ried. 1 A12E8 

— Ester Ried yet speaking. 1 AI2Et 

— Four girls at Chautauqua. 1 A12F 

— Grandpa's darlings. J 1 A12G 

— Hall in the grove. Jl A12H 

— Household puzzles. 1 A12Ho 

— Interrupted. 1 AI2I 

— Judge Bumham's daughters. 1 A12J 

— Julia Reid. 1 AI2Jo 
-King's daughters. I A12K 

— Little fishers and their nets. J 1 A12Li 

— Man of the house. Jl AI2M 

— MiBB Dee Dunmore Bryant. Jl A12Mi 

— Miss Prisdlla Hunter. My daughter Susan. 

Jl AI2Mp 

— Mrs. Solomon Smith looking on. 1 A12i9f i 

— New graft on the family tree. 1 A12N^ 

— One commonplace day. 1 A120 

— Pocket measure. Jl A12P 

— Randolphs. 1 A12R' 

— Ruth Erskine's crosses. 1 A12Ra 

— Sevenfold trouble. 1 A 12Se 
-- Sidney Martin's Christmas. J 1 A128 

— Three people. Jl AI2T 
r- Tip Lewis and his lamp. J 1 A12Ti 

— What she said. 1 A12W 

— Wise and otherwise. 1 A12Wi 

— and Fostery J. H. From different standpoints. 

1 A12Fr 



Alden^ I. (M.), and Foster 9 J. H.— conftnu^d. 

— Modem prophets, and other sketches. 

1 A12MO 

— and Livingston 9 C. M. Divers women. 

1 A12DI 

— Profiles. 1 A12Pr 
Alden, R. M. World of UtUe people. 

J595.7 A124 

Alden, W. L. Adventures of Jimmy Brown. 

Jl A125A 

— Christopher Columbus. 023.9 C72A1 

— Cruise of the Canoe club. Jl A125C 

— Cruise of the "Ghost." Jl A125Cr 

— Moral pirates. Jl A125]!I 

— New Robinson Crusoe. Jl A125N 
Aldrich9A.R. Feet of love. 1 A122F 
AldrichyT. B. Cloth of gold. 811 A12C 

— Flower and thorn. 811 A12F 

— From Ponkapog to Pesth. 914 A12 

— Marjorie Daw. 1 A123 

— Prudence Palfrey. 1 A123P 

— Queen of Sheba. 1 A123Q 

— Story of a bad boy. Jl A126S 
Alexander the Groat. Abbott. Alexander the 

Great. J923.1 A12A 

— WiLLXAJf s. Life and actions of Alexander the 

Great 923.1 A12W 

Alexander, Afrs., pseud. See Hector, A. F. 
Alexander, Archibald. Theory of conduct. 

171 A12 
Alfieri, Vittorio. Tragedies; ed. by E. A. Bowring. 

852 A12 
Alford, Henry. Plea for the Queen's English. 

428.3 A12 
AliVed, King of England, Anglo-Saxon version of 
Boethius' De consolatione philosophisB. 

829 B03 

— Abbott. History of Alfred, King of England. 

J923.1 AI31A 

— Hughes. Alfred the Great. 923.1 AI311I 
Algebra. Bowser. Academic algebra. 

512 B08 

— Bowser. College algebra. 512 1IG8C 

See also Mathematics. 
Alger, Horatio, Jr. 

Atlantic series. 4 v. viz. — 

— 1. Young circus rider. Jl A13A 

— 2. Do and dare. Jl A13A2 

— 3. Hector's inheritance. Jl A 13 A3 

— 4. Helping himself. J I AI3A4 
Brave and bold series. 4 v. viz. — 

— 1. Bravo and bold. Jl A13B1 

— 2. Jack's ward. Jl A13B2 

— 8. Shifting for himself . Jl A13B3 

— 4. Wait and hope. Jl AI3B4 
Campaign series. 3 v. viz. — 

— 1. Frank^s campcugn. Jl A13C 

— 2. Paul Prescott'8 charge. Jl AI3C2 

— 3. Charlie Codman's cruise. Jl A13C3 

— Frank Fowler. Jl A13F 



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ALGER. 



AMERICAlf. 



Jl A13J 



Alf^r, Horatio, Jr, — continued, 

— Joe*8 luck. 
Luck and pluck series. 8 y. viz. — 

— 1. Luck and pluck. Jl A13L 

— 2. Sink or swim. Jl A13L2 

— 8. Strong and steady. Jl A13L3 

— 4. Strive and succeed. Jl A13L4 

— 5. Try and trust Jl A13L5 

— 6. Bound to rise. Jl A13L6 

— 7. Risen from the ranks. Jl A13L7 

— 8. Herbert Carter's legpicy. Jl A13L8 

— Odds against him. Jl A130 
Pacific series. 4 y. viz. — 

— 1. Young adventurer. Jl A13P 

— 2. Young miner. Jl AI3P2 
— • 8. Young explorer. Jl A13P3 

— 4. Ben's nugget. Jl A13P4 
Ragged Dick series. 6 v. viz.— 

— 1. Ragged Dick. Jl A13R 

— 2. Fame and fortune. Jl A13R2 

— 8. Mark, the match boy. Jl A13R3 

— 4. Rough and ready. Jl A13R4 

— 6. Ben, the luggage boy. Jl A13R5 

— 6. Ruf us and Rose. Jl A13R6 
Tattered Tom series. 8 v. viz. — 

— 1. Tattered Tom. Jl AWT 

— 2. Paul, the peddler. Jl A13T2 

— 8. Phil, the fiddler. Jl A13T3 

— 4. Slow and sure. Jl AI3T4 

— 5. JuUus. Jl A13T5 

— 6. Young outlaw. Jl A13T6 

— 7. Sam's chauoe. Jl A13T7 

— 8. Telegraph boy. Jl AI3T8 

— Tom Temple's career. Jl A13Tc 

— Tom Thatcher's fortune. Jl AlSTf 
Way to success series. 4 v. viz.— 

— 1. Bob Burton. Jl A13W 

— 2. Store boy. J 1 A13 W2 

— a Luke Walton. Jl A13W3 

— 4. Struggling upward. Jl A13W4 
Algeria* Gerard. Lion hunting in Algeria. 

016.5 G31 
Algonquin legends of New England. Leland. 

398.2 L53 
Alison 9 Sir Archibald, .Bart. Essays on taste. 

701 A 14 

— History of Europe from 1789-1815. 12 v. and 

index. 040 A14 

— Same ; abridged by E. S. Oould. 940 A14H 

— History of Europe from 1815-1852. 8 v. 

940 A14Hi 
All among the lighthouses. Crowninshield . 

627 C88 
AUdridge, Lizzie. By love and law. 2 AI5B 

— Workl she awoke in. 2 AI5W 

— World's workers. 923.6 AI5 
AllauyRP. Foxwood boys at schooL Jl A15 
Allen, A. V. G. Continuity of Christian thought. 

209 AI5 
Allen, C. G. Colour«ense. 150 AI5 

— Common sense science. 814 AI5 



Allen, Grant. See Allen, C. G. 

Allen, Joseph. Battles of the British navy. 

942 A15 
Allen, W.B. Cloud and cliff. Jl A152C 

Forest home series. 5 v. viz. — 

— 1. Prince's pine. Jl A152F 

— 2. Creeping Jenny. Jl A152F2 

— 8. Fir boughs. Jl A152F3 

— 4. Leaf of laurel Jl A152F4 

— 5. Christmas evergreens. Jl A152F5 
Pine cone series. 2 v. viz. — 

— 1. Pine cones. Jl A152P 

— 2. SUverrags. Jl A152P2 

— Red mountain of Alaska. J9f7.98 A15 
Allen, Zachariah. Solar light and heat. 

521 A15 

AUibone, S. A. Critical dictionary of English 

literature. 8 v. R928 A15 

— Prose quotations from Socrates to Macaulay. 

R808.8 A15P 

All's well that ends well ; ed. by W. J. Bolfe. 

Shakspeaie 822.33 Rl 

Aloha. Chaney. 919.09 C30 

Alphabets. Ballhorn. Grammatography. 

411 B2i 

— COPLXT. Set of alphabets. 411 €79 
Alps. See Germany ;— Switzerland. 

Alton, Edmund. Among the law-^makers. 

328 A17 
Alnmininm. Richards. Aluminium. 669 R39 
Amanuensis. Lindsley. 653 L64A 

— Same ; ILej. 653 L64 Ak 
Amateur microscopist Brocklesby. 578 B78 
Amateur photography. Spaulding. 772 Sp2 
Amenities of literature. 2 v. Disraeli. 

820 D63 
America. Antiqaities, 

— Baldwin. Ancient America. 913.7 B19 
•— MooRBHSAD. Fort Ancient. 913.7 JII78 

— Short. North Americans of antiquity. 

913.7 M78 
History, 

— American Historical Association. Pi^iers. 

973 Am3 

— Mackenzie. America. 970 Ml 9 

— WiNSOR. Narrative and critical history of Am- 

erica. 8v. R970 W73 

Travels, 

— White. Sketches from America. 017 W58 

See also United States. Travels, 
America and her commentators. Tuckerman. 

917.3 T79 
America before Europe. Gasparin. 973.7 G21 
American annual cyclopeBdia. [1st series.] 1861-75. 

R031 Am3 
American annual of photography. 1887. 

770 Am3 
American Antiquarian Society, Worcester^ 
Mass. Catalogue. R019 Am32 

American authors for young folks. Harris. 

J928.1 U24 



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American bot&nlit and florist. Wood. 

9BO W85 
Anerican b07'«h&nd7 book. Beard. J190 B38 
Anerican cavems, JIovi'V S51.4 HB2 

Anerican ivntcnar)- LowIdr. 073 I.H9 

Anerican omnmotiwtalUi. 3 v. Bryce. 

342.73 BS4 
AntertcaD conflict. St. Grceler. 973.7 G81 
Americaa cyclopedia ; ed. by Riplpj and Dana, 
10 T. BiMl index. ISK). 031 AnZO 

American debater. McEllliotl, HOB M15 

American eloquence. Moore, ed. 815 M7H 
AiBerican,eiplorer8. HinciuMti. J917.3 1153 
American explorers In the ice tcoMS. Nonrae. 

BI9.8 N83 
American Cnmlly In Qermany. Browne. 

914.3 B8I 
American roundry pTBctJce. West. 671 MViU 
American lonr-lii-faand In Britain. Camesie. 

914.2 CZl 
American geological railway guide. Mac Far- 
lane. 557.3 M16 
American girl abroad. Traflon. 014 TS7 
American girl^ bandy book. Beard. 

J70O B382 
American Hialorittal AMoclation. Papers, 1SH4 
-date. T. I-date. 973 Ani3 

American booae carpenter. Hatfleld. 

004 H3f< 
American hmnorista. Hawela. 028.17 H31 
American iniUtatloiia, Tocqneville. 

342.73 TSOA 
American tridi. Bagenal. 330 B14 

American Journal of philately. 1888-dato. v. 1- 

date. 
American Utostnre. Whipple. 
American loyalistB. 2t. Sabine. 
American mm-ti.nii-.! dictioDAry. 3 

American anatholoKy. Wllaon. t 
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American political ti-ouoTHf . IIoh-ci: 
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American FreAyterianian. Brigfs. 

American railway. Clarke. 

Anwri(»n republic. Brownaon. 

Ameri<^an Electric and Illuminating Co., IIo»- 
ton. Matt. American lyitem ot electric light- 
ing. 537.8 Am3 

American war ballade and lyrics. 2 t. Eggle- 
ston, «f. 811 Ek3 

American weather. Greely. 551.5 G»l 

American need* and uaetul planta. Dariin|[lon. 
581 D24 

Americans at home. Hallbnrton. 817 1114 

Ames, AieL Bex in induitry. 39G Am3 

Amen, Fiaber. Practical guide to whist. 

71)5 Am3 

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Ammen, Daniel. Atlantic coast. 973.7 AmO 
Ammlanng Marcelllnni. Roman history. 

878.0 AmC 
Among mj booba. Lowell. 804 LOS 

Among the Azores. Weeha. 014.00 W41 

Among the holy bUls. Field. OIS.O F45 

Among the Isles ot Shoals. Thaiter. 

917,42 T33 
Among the law-makera. Alton. 338 A17 

Among the trees at Elmridge. Church. 

J58I.07 C)7 

Among Qie Turks. Cameron. 015.6 CI4 

A]n>.ii:i<l iKUvhim-.^. Lukia. Ja31 LOO 

A]no>, Khi'liloii. Political and legal remedies tor 

war. 341 Am6 

— Science ot law. 3t0 Am6 

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Amii><-nii'iil^. .svv' Games and Amasementn. 
Analogy of religion. Bnller. 310 D97 
Analyxls of foods and the detection ot poisons. 

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Analysis. Sfc Chemical Analysis. 
Analytical concordance. Yoang. 220.3 Yo8 
Anatomy. Qrat. Anatinny, des^ptive and 

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Anatomy and philosophy of expression. Bell. 

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Ancient and medisval republics. Mann. 

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Ancient cities of the New World. Chnrnay. 

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Wilde. 398.3 W04 

Ancient empires ol the East. Sayce. 035 SaO . 
Ancient history. See History. Anfienl. 
Ancient history of the East. 2 v. Lenormanl. 

930 LS4 
Ancient literature. Qnackenbos. 81)0 QS 

Ancient monarchs. Rawlinson, 035 RIO 

Ancient regime. Tnine. 044 TI3 

Ancient Rome in the light ot recent discovcrios. 

Lancianl. 013.37 1,33 

Ancient society. Morgan. OOl M82 



ANCIENT. 



ANTIQUITIES. 



Ancient stone implementB. Evans, 571 Evl 
Andersen 9 H. C. Danish fairy legends and tales. 

J830.83 An2 

— Dream of Uttle Tiik. J830.83 An2D 

— Fairy tales ; tr. by H. B. PauL J839.83 An2F 

— Little match girL J839.83 An2L 

— Pictnres of travel in Sweden. 914.3 An2 

— Shoes of fortune, and other fairy tales, 

J830.83 An2S 

— Stories and tales. J839.83 An2St 

— Story of my life. 928.30 An2 

— Ugly duck. J839.83 An2U 

— Wonder stories told for children. 

J839.83 An2W 
Anderson 9 A. D. Silver country. 917.2 An2 
Anderson 9 John. Strength of materiaJs and struc- 
tures. 620 An2 
Anderson 9 R. B., ed. Younger Edda, also called 
Snone'sEdda. 839.6 An2 
And r^ 9 John. Lossino. Two spies; Nathan Hale 
and John Andr^. in 923.5 U 13L 
Andrews, C. C. BrazU. 918.1 An2 
Andrews, Jane. Only a year and what it brought. 

Jl An20 

— Seven little sisters prove their sisterhood. 

Jl An2S 

— Seven little sisters who live on the round ball 

that floats in the air. Jl An2Se 

— Stories Mother Nature told her children. 

Jl An2St 

— Ten boys who lived on the road from long ago. 

J923 An2 
Andrews, J. W. Manual of the Constitution of the 
United State& 342.73 An2 

Andrews, W. A. Daring voyage across the Atlan- 
tic. 910.4 An2 
Anecdotal history of the British Parliament. Jen- 
nings. 328.42 J44 
Anecdotal natural history. Romer. 590 R60 
Anecdotes. Brown. Wit and humor. 

817 B81 

— Carter. Old court house. 340.9 C24 

— Clark. Mirthfulnees and its exciters. 

808 €54 

— Cruet stand, arum. 808 C88 

— Jennings. Anecdotal history of the British Par- 

liament. 328.42 J 44 

— TiMBS. Century of anecdote. 808 T48 
AnecdoteM of dogs. Jesse. 591.5 J49 
Anecdotes of public men. Forney. 923.2 F76 

Anecdotes of the Civil War. Townsend. 

973.7 TOO 
Angel , Henry. Practical plane and solid geometry. 

513 An4P 

— Practical plane geometry and projection. 

513 An4Pr 
Angelico, Fra Giovanni. Phillimorb. Fra An- 
gelico. 927 An4P 

Angell, John. Elements of animal physiology. 

612 An4 



Angell, John — continued. 

— Elements of magnetism and electricity. 

538 An4 
Angerstein, Edward and Ecklcr, G., ed. Home 
gymnastics. 013 An4 

Anglo-Saxon I^anguage. Carpenter. Intro- 
duction to the study of the Anglo-Saxon lan- 
guage. 429 €22 

— March. Comparative grammar of the Anglo- 

Saxon language. 429 M33 

Angola and the river Congo. JHonteiro. 

916.7 JII76 
Animal and vegetable physiology. Roget. 

590 R63 
Animal Electricity. Baxter. Organic jwlarity. 

358 B33 
Animal intelligence. Romanes. 591.5 R06 
Animal kingdom. Cnvier. 590 C98 

Animal life. Semper. 577 8e5 

Animal locomotion. Pettlgrew. 591 P45 

Animal magnetism. Binet and F^r^. 

134 B51 
Animal mechanism. Marey. 591 M33 

Animal parasites and messmates. Beneden. 

591 B43 

Animal physiology. Cleland. 612 C58 

Animal physiology. Fothergill. 612 F83 

Animals and plants under domestication. Dar- 
win. 591 D25T 
Animals. See Zoology. 

Anna Maria's housekeeping. Power. 040 P87 

Annals of the history of England. 2 v. Roger 

de Hoveden. 942 R63 

Anne Bradstreet and her time. Campbell. 

928.11 B72C 

Annonchka. Tnrgenief. 891.73 T84A 

Annual record of science and industry, 1872; ed. by 

Baird. 505 B16 

Annnal scientific discovery, 185(M!i6, 58. 

R505 An7 

Anonyms and Pseudonyms. Fret. Sobriquets 

and nicknames. R014 F89 

— Halkett and Laino. Dictionary of the ano- 

nymous and pseudonymous literature of Great 
Britain. R014 H13 

— Haynes. Pseudonyms of authors including 

anonyms and initialisms, R014 H33 

— Wheeler. Who wrote it? R014 W56 
Anstey, F., pseud. See Guthrie, F. A. 
Anthon 9 Charles. Classical dictionary. 913 An8 
Anthon, John. Law student. 340.7 An 8 
Anthony, W. A. and Brackett, C. F. Element- 
ary text-book of physics. 530 A n8 

Anthropology. Tylor. 572 T97 
Antietam and Fredericksburg. Palfrey. 

973.7 P17 
Antiquities. Anthon. Classical dictionary. 

913 An8 

— B A LD WIN. Pre-historic nations. 913 B 1 9 

— Mallet. Northern antiquities. 913.48 M29 



(9) 



ANTIQUITIES. 



ARCTIC. 



A ntiq cities — continued, 

— Saycb. Fresh light from the andent momunentB. 

290 8a9F 

— Seiss. Miracle in stone. 913.32 8e4 

— Smith. Great cities of the ancient world. 

913.3 Sm5 

— Smith, ed. Dictionary of Greek and Roman 

geography. 2 v. R913.3 Sm6 

— Westrop. Handbook of archeology. 913 W52 

See cUso the names of countries. 

Antiquities of the soathem Indians. Jones. 

970.1 jri 
Antony and Cleopatra ; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. Shaks- 

peare. 822.33 R2 

Ants, bees, and wasps. Lobbock. 595.7 L96 
Apache campaign in the Sierra Madra. Bonrke. 

073.8 B60 
Apache country. Browne. 917.0 B81 

Apochryphal New Testament. 229 B47A 

Apologic for poetry. Sidney. 821 Sil 

Appeal to Caesar. Tonrg^. 326 T64 

AppletoUf DanieL Library manual. R017 Ap5 
Apple ton 9 G. W. Frozen hearts. 2 Ap5F 

Appleton, T. G. Nile journey. J016.2 Ap5 
Appletons' annual cyclopsBdia. new series. 12 y. 

1876-87. R031 Ap5 

— Same ; Index. R031 Ap5I 
A ppletons* cyclopsedia of American biography. 6 y. 

R020 Ap5 
Appletons' cyclopeedia of applied mechanics. 

R603 Ap5 
Appletons* cyclopeedia of drawing. R740 Ap5 
Apple tons' dictionary of engine-work. 2 y. 

R620 Ap5 
Appletons' guide to the United States and Canada. 

010.2 Ap5 
Applied Christianity. Gladden. 204 G45 

Apprentices' Library, New York City, Finding 
list R017 Ap6 

April. Adams, ed. 821 AdlA 

Apnlelns, Lucius. Works. 878.0 ApO 

Aqnarinms. See Zoology. 
Aqnatic, domestic, and minor animals. Romer. 

500 R66A 
Arabia. Field. On the desert. 015.3 F45 

— GiLMAN. Story of the Saracens. 053 G42 

— OcKUET. History of the Saracens. 053 Oc4 

— Taylor, Arabia. 015.3 T21 

— WiSB. Boy trayelers in Arabia. J015.3 W75 

See cUso Asia. 
Arabistan ; or, Land of the Arabian nights. Fogg. 

015 F68 
Arago, D. F. J. Historical eloge of James Watt 

026 W34A 
Arblay, Frances d\ Eyelina. 2 ArlE 

— WooLSBT. Diar^ and letters of Frances Bumey, 

Madame d*Arblay. 028.23 Arl 

Archsoiogy. Bkbthbt. Prehistoric world. 

571 B40 

— Blackkt. Lost histories of America. 571 B56 

— Donnelly. Atlantis. 571 D71 



Archsol<^y — continued, 

— Eyans. Ancient stone implements. 571 Evl 

— JoLY. Man before metals. 571 J68 

— Keary. Dawn of history. 571 K21 

— Lubbock. Origin of civilisation. 571 LOO 

— Lubbock. Pre-historic times. 571 LOOP 

— Mitchell. Past in the present. 571 MOO 

— Nadaillac. Pre-historic America. 571 N12 

— Tylor. Researches into the early history of 

mankind. 571 T07 

— Wilson. Pre-historic man. 571 WOO 
Archer^ Thomas. Decisive events in history. 

000 Ar2 
Architect's and builder's pocket-book. Kidder. 

600 K53 
Architectural history of Rome. Parker. 

013.37 P22 
Architecture. Evslsth. School-house architec- 
ture. R727 Ev2 
-Fletcher. Model houses. 728 F63 

— Freeman. Sketches from the subject and neigh- 

bour lands of Venice. 720 F87 

— Gardner. House that Jill built. 728 G17 

— Gibson. Ckmvenient houses. 728 G35 

— GwiLT. EncyclopcBdia of architecture. 

R720.3 GOO 

— HusSEY. Homebuilding. 728 H06 

— JoHONNOT. School-houses. 727 J6C 

— Lefevre. Wonders of architecture. 720 L52 

— Morse. Japanese homes and their surroundings. 

722.1 M83 

— Oakey. Building a home. 728 Oa4 

— Parker. Glossary of terms used in Grecian, 

Roman, and Italian architecture. 720.3 P22 

— Ripley. World's worship in stone. 

R723 R48 

— RosENGARTEN. Handbook of architectural Styles. 

720 R72 

— RusKiN. Poetry of architecture. 720 R80 

— RusKiN. Seven lamps of architecture. 

720 R80L 

— RusKiN. Stones of Venice. 720 R80S 

— Wright. Architectural perspective for begin- 

ners. R720 W03 

Arctic Regions. Blake. Arctic experiences. 

010.8 B58 

— De Long.' Voyage of the Jeannette. 

010.8 D38 

— Gilder. Ice pack and tundra. 010.8 G38 

— Gilder. Schwatka's search. OIO.R G38S 

— Greely. Three years of Arctic service. 2 v. 

010.8 GR] 

— Hall. Arctic researches. 010.8 1114 

— Hartwig. Dwellers in the Arctic regions. 

010.8 1125 

— Hayes. Open polar sea. 010.8 II320 

— Kane. Arctic explorations. 010.8 K13 

— Kane. Arctic explorations, rev. ed. 

010.8 K13S 

— Knox. Voyage of the Vivian. J010.8 K77 

— McClintock. In the Arctic seas. 010.8 JII13 



m 



ARCTIC. 



ARNOLP. 



Arctic Regions — continued, 

— Markham . Threshold of the unknown region. 

919.8 M34 

— Markham. Whaling cruise to BafBn Bay. 

919.8 M74 

— MxLYiLiJB. In the Lena Delta. 919.8 M49 

— Newcomb. Our lost explorers of the Jeannette 

Arctic expedition. 919.8 N43 

— NoRDENSKibLD. Vojage of the Vega round 

Asia and Europe. 919.8 N75 

— NouBSE, ed, American explorations in the ice 

zones 919.8 N85 

-^ OsBORN. Polar regions. 919.8 Osl 

— ScHLBT and SOLBY. Rescue of Oreely. 

919.8 Sch3 

— ScHWATKA. Children of the cold. 

J919.8 Sch9C 
Arctic sunbeams. Cox. 914 C83 

Argentine Republic. Page. La Plata, Argen- 
tine Confederation, and Paraguay. 918 P14 
Arglesy Margaret. {The Duchess,) *' Airy fairy 
Lilian." 2 Ar3A 

— " Airy fairy Lilian,^ and other stories. 

2 Ar3A2 

— April's lady. 2 Ar3Ap 

— Beauty's daughters. 2 Ar3B 

— Bom coquette. 2 Ar3Bo 

— Dick^s sweetheart. — Mental struggle. 

2 Ar3Di 

— Doris. 2v. 2 Ar3Do 

— Doris.— Modem Circe. 2 Ar3Do2 

— Duchess. 2 Ar3D 

— Duchess,— Mrs. Geoffrey. 2 Ar3D2 

— Faith and unfaith. 2 Ar3F 

— Faith and unfaith, and other stories. 2 Ar3F2 

— Green pleasure and grey g^ef. 2 v. 2 Ar3G 

— Her first appearance. 2 Ar3Hf 

— Her week's amusement .—Ugly Barrington. 

2 ArSHe 

— Honorable Mrs. Vereker. 2 Ar3H 

— Honorable Mrs. Vereker, and other stories. 

2 Ar3H2 

— In durance vile. 2 Ar31 
^ Jerry. 2 Ar3J 

— Lady Branksmere. 2 ArSLa 

— Lady Valworth's diamonds.— The haunted cham- 

ben 2 Ar3Ld 

— Life's remorse. 2 ArSLI 

— Loys, Lord Berresford, and other tales. 

2 AtSLo 

— Maiden all forlorn. 2 Ar3M 

— Marvel. 2 ArSMr 

— Mental struggle. 2 Ar3Me 

— Mrs. Geoffrey. 2 ArSMI 

— Modem Circe. 2 Ar3Md 

— Molly Bawn. 2 ArSMl 

— Molly Bawn.— Marvel. 2 Ar3M12 

— " O tender Dolores." 2 Ar30 

— Passive crime. 2 ArSPa 

— Phyllis. 2 V. 2 Ar3Ph 

— Phyllis.— Under-currents. 2 Ar3Ph2 



Argles, Margaret — corUinued, 

— Portia. 

— Portia, and other stories. 

— Roflsmoyne. 

— Troublesome girL 

— Under-currents. 



2 Ar3P 

2 Ar3P2* 

2 Ar3Ro 

2 Ar3T 

2 Ar3U 



Argument at Geneva. United States.— State De- 
partment. 341.G Un4 

Argyll, G. D. Campbell, 8th Duke of. Reign of 
law. 215 Ar3 

Ariadne Florentina. Rnskin. 761 R89 

AriostOy Ludovico. Paladin and Saracen; stories 
from Ariosto, by H. C. Hollway-Calthrop. 

851 Ar4C 

— Tales from Ariosto; retold for children, by a lady. 

J851 Ar4T 
Aristophanes. Comedies, tr. by W. J. Hickie. 

882.4 H5!L; 

— Collins. Aristophanes. 882.4 C69 
Aristotle. Politics €md economics ; tr. by Eldward 

Walford. 888.5 W14 

— Grant. Aristotle. 888.5 G76 

— Grotb. Aristotle. 888.5 G91 
Arithmetic. How to become quick at figure& 

anon. 511 H83 

— Hunter. Key to Merrifield's Technical arithme- 

Uc. 511 H91 

— Mjbrrifield. Technical arithmetic and mensu- 

ration. 511 JII55 

See also Algebra ;— Mensuration. 
Arizona. Cozzbns. Three years in Arizona and 

New Mexico. 917.9 C83 

Arms and armour. Boutell. Arms and armour. 

2v. 399 B60 

— Demmin. Arms and armour. 399 D39 
Armstrong, H. E. Organic chemistry. 547 Ar5 
Army. See Military Science. 

Army Life. See United States Travels. De- 
scription. 
Army life in a black regiment. Higginson. 

973.7 H53 
Army life in Russia. Greene. 947 G83 

Army life on the border. Marcy. 917.8 M33 
Army of the Cumberland. Cist. 973.7 C49 

Army under Pope. Ropes. 973.7 RG8 

Arnault 9 M. A. Life and campaigns of Napoleon 
Bonaparte. 923.1 I^I6Ar 

Arnold 9 Arthur. Through Persia by caravan. 

915.5 At6 
Arnold 9 Edwin. India revisited. 915.4 At6 

— Light of Asia. 821 Ar6L 

— Light of the world. 821 Ar6Li 

— Lotus and jewel. 821 Ar6Lo 

— Pearls of the faith. 821 Ar6P 

— Poems. 821 Ar6Po 
Arnold 9 E. L.. Phra, the Phoenician. 2 Ar6P 
A mold 9 Frederick. Oxford aifd Cambridge. 

378.42 At6 
Arnold, George. Poems. 811 At6 

A mold 9 H. P. Gleanings from Pontresina. 

914.94 At6 



ai) 



ARNOLD. 



ASTRONOMY. 



Arnold, I. N. Life of Abraham LincolD. 

923.1 L63 
A mold , Matthew. Culture and anarchy. 

824 Ar6C 

— Eseays in criticisn. 824 At6E 

— Uixt and the Bible. 220 Ar6 

— Hi|;ber schools and uni^'ersitiee in Germany. 

378.43 Ar6 

— Literature ami dogma. 220 Ar6L 

— Mixixi i>ssays. 824 Ar6M 

— On Celtic literature and translating Homer. 

824 Ar60 
-Poema. 821 Ar«3P 

— St. Paul and Protestantisn. 204 At6 
Arnold, Thomas. History of Rome. 037 Ar6 

— Lix*turvs i«i modem history. 904 Ar6 

— Skupk. Dr. Arnold of Rugby. 923.7 Ar6S 

— STAM.KT. Life and correspondence. 

923.7 \ie 
Amcitt, NeiL Elements of physics. 530 Ar6 
Aroaad the Hub. Drake. J974.4 D78 
AnHiad the world in the yacht *' Sunbeam.** Bras- 

»j. 910.4 B73 

AnHiad the workl on a bioyele StereBS* 

910.8 SI4 
.4ro«ad the wcrM stories Seward. 910.8 8e8A 

Aroaad the wvvki with General Grant. Young. 

910.8 Yo8 
.4rr« E. H., ptr^d. Str RollUis, E C. (H.) 

.4H. &v Fiar Art*. 

.4rt AaatoMT. Bku. Anatomy and philosophy 

of expreaskn. 743 B41 

Art idea. Jarre*. 70I J29 

Art in America. BeiuaBaa. 709 B431 

Art m the house Loflie. 707 L83 

.%rt;irslaw«andRMoai. Limg. 709 L85 

Art needlework for decorative embiviidery. Hale. 

74« H13 
Art of duKViurae Day. 808 D33 

.4rt of ekvuvvcnetallur^. Gore. 537.8 G66 
Art of Ei^lk^ cvvnpt^tion Day. 808 D33.4 
Art v^exteoifvve speaking Baataia. 808 B32 
Art of goi.>i manners for children. Power. 

395 P87 
Art 1^ laiabcafH> p»w»»^wg in «.>il colors. Wil* 

Has*. 758 W67 

%rt of peojecQi^. Dolkear. 535 D«8 

Art v>f pcok««:ui^ hfe Halelaad. 613 1187 
Art v4 sketchii^ (rvu nature. RawhoChaas. 

758 R78 

AH of the ^iU Engluh pester. Soloa. 738 Sol 
Art«.Vwv. Joasiai. 355 J68 

Art nvrvatioisfL KeasMe. 740 K31 

.4rt tb».x2^hcs. Jarves. 704 J29 

Artaad de Soator. A. F. Lires and times of tbi» 

R».«iaa pkvaiffj^ R923 Ar7 

Arthar. Kuuj. TxmMnKrt^y. Taks of King Ar- 

char. J398.2 F24 

— MAL«.'aT. Boy « King Ar^nr: mL by Sidney 



Arthur, King — amtinried. 

— Malobt. History of King Arthur; ed. by 

Thomas Wright J398.3 M29H 

— Malory. King Arthur and his knights of the 

round table; ed. by Henry Frith. 

J398.2 M29F 
Artist biographies. 5 v. Sweetser. 

927 8w3 

Artistic singing. Dow. 784.9 D75 

Artists of the 19th century and their wnrk& 2 t. 

Waters. 927 WSl 

Arthur, T. 8. Bar-rooms at Brantley. 1 ArTB 

— Ten nights in a bar-room. 1 ArTT 
Arthur, William. Italy in transitioin. 945 Ar7 

— Tongue of fire. 231 Ar7 
As you like it ; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. Shakspcaie. 



Asbjornsen, P. C. Folk and fairy tales. 

J398 Asl 
Ascham, Roger. Scholeinaster. 370 AsS 

Asia. TratWs. 

— BoNVALOT. Through the heart of Asia. 

915.8 B98 

— Cook. Orient. 915 C77 

— FucLD. From Elgypt to Japan. 915 F45 

— Fogg. Arabistan ; or, Land of the AraWaB 

nights. 915 F68 

— HoRXADY. Two years in the jungle. 915 1178 

— LowcLU Soul of the far East 915 L958 

— Miller. Little people of Asia. J915 M61 

— PuvpsLLT. Across America and Aaia. 

915 P96 

— Tatlor. India, China, and Japan. 915 T31 

Seeaiao Arabia;— Chiaa;—Iadlia;—Japaa. 
Assaying. Set Metals and Jfetallarigy. 
Assyria. Boxomi. Nineveh and its paiarwi 

913.35 BM 

— Raoozix. Story ^>f Assyria. 935 R12 

— Smith. Assyria. 935 8ai5 

— Smith. Assyrian di9L\>veriee. 913.35 S«5 
Astor, W. W. Sfom. 1 As88 

— Valentino. 1 Aa8? 
Astoria. Irriag. 917.95 Irt 
Astnra. Holaies. 811 H73 
.^stroBonr. Allex. Solar light and heaL 

531 Ai5 

— Ball. Elements of astronomy. 530 B31 

— Ball. Storv of the heavens. 533 B21 

— Chauvkvet. Spherical and practioalaBtroDQiny. 



— Flammarion. Wonders of the heavens^ 

533.1 F91 
530 U43 
5» L81 
533 L81 
J533 M78 
530 1143 



HsRSCHEL. (.Outlines of 
L^X'KTER. Astronomv. 
LaK'KYER. Stargaxing. 
Moore (in^l Xichol& Overhead. 
Newcomb. Popular astronomy. 
Plummer. Introduction to astr 



f w my. 



Privtor. 
Proctv^r. 



Ellementary astrooomy. 
Edsayrs on astronomy. 



530 P73 

533 P94E 

530 P94 



02) 



ASTRONOMY. 



AUSTIN. 



n Y — con tinued . 

)B. Expanse of heaven. 523.1 P94 

)R. Half hours with the telescope. 

533 P04II 
)R. Other worlds than ours. 

523.1 P04O 
)ii. Our place among infinities. 

523 P940 
s. Astronomy with an opera-glass. 

523 ScO 
Telescope. 523 W21 

also Earth; — Moon;— Sun;— Telescope, 
my with an opera-glass. Serviss. 

523 SeO 
and abroad. Taylor. 910.8 T21 

In Fiji. Cumminf?. 919.01 €91 

Ln Italy. Bianciardi. 914.5 B47 

i Christmas in the West Indies. Kings* 

917.29 KOI 
inCalydon. Swinborne. 822 SwO 
. See Deism and Atheism. 
a empire from the flight of Xerxes. Cox. 

938 C83 
its rise and fall. Lytton. 938 L99 
I, G. F. Los Cerritos. 1 At4L 

i Suydara. 1 At4H 

g. Deppino. Wonders of bodily strength 
dU. 790 D44 

aim CilymnasticM. 
Ekiward. Pure mathematics. 2 v. 

510 At5 
1, Edward. Industrial progress of the 
1. 338 At5 

I, Philip. Elements of eloctric lighting. 

537.8 At5 
Its of static electricity. 537.2 At5E 

II, T. W. Oriental and western Siberia. 

915.7 At5 
8 in the regions of the upper and lower 
)r. 915.7 At5T 

D, W. P. On history and the study of his- 

904 At5 
, Cox. 973.7 C83 

'8 race. 3Iorris. 821 M83A 

'. coast. Ammen. 973.7 AmO 

! islands as resorts of health and pleasure. 

910.4 B43 
! monthly, lS57-date. v. 1-date. 

R051 AtO 

. Donnelly. 571 D71 

lays. No. ». 304 AtO 

Vnntentn. 
-The Refmbllr. 

Adams. Chronological chart of ancient, 
m, and Biblical history. R902 Adl 

:, and others. Putnam^s library atlas. 

R912 P98 
NNIAL map of the United States. 

R912 C33 
ER and ScHMiTZ. Putnam^s international 

R912 COO 
TIC historical atlas. R912 EcO 



Atlas — continued, 

— Oaoe. Modem historical atlas. R012 G12 

— New Jersey — OeologiccU survey. Atlas. 

R912 N40 

— Hopkins, O. M., pub. Combined atlas of the 

state of New Jersey and county of Hudson. 

R912 U77 

— Labberton. New historical atlas and general 

history. R911 Lll 

— Mac Coun. Historical geography of the United 

States. 911 JII13 

— MiTCHBLL*8 new general atlas. R912 JHOO 

— National atlas of the world. R012 N21 

— Proctor. New star atlas. 523.8 P94N 

— SAinTARY and topographical map of Hudson 

County, N. J., prepared for the National Board 
of Health. R912 Sa5 

— Scribnbr-Black. Atlas of the world. 

R912 Scr3 

— Sonnenshein and Aixen^s royal relief aUas of 

the world. R912 So5 

— Spielmann and Brush, pub. Certified copies 

of oric^inal maps of Hudson County, N. J. 

R912 Sp4C 
— Walker, comp. Statistical atlas of the United 

States, based on the census of 1870. 

R912 W15 
Atomtic theory. Wortz. 541 W90 

AttfieldyJohn Chemistry. 540 At8 

Auchinclossy W. 8. Practical application of slide 

valve and link motion. 021.1 Au2 

Audubon 9 J. J. Audubon, Lucy, ed. Life of 

John James Audubon. 925 Au2 

— St. John. Audubon, the naturalist. 590 8a24 
AuduboU) Lucy, ed. Life of John James Audu- 
bon. 025 ^Au2 

Audubon 9 the naturalist. St. John. 590 8a24 
Auerbachy Berthold. Black Forest village stories. 

3 Au3B 

— Brigitta. 3 Au3Br 

— Landolin. 3 Au3L 

— Master Bieland and his workmen. 3 AU3M 

— On the heights. 3 Au30 

— Spinoza. 3 Au3S 

— Villa on the Rhine. 3 Au3V 

— Waldfried. 3 Au3W 
August. Adams, ed. 821 AdlAu 
Augustine^ St. Confessions; ed. by W. G. T. 

Shedd. 922 Aui 

Aulney, L^onie. Notary*s daughtier. 4 Au5N 
Aulnoy, M. C. d\ Fairy tales. J3 Au5 

Aunt Charlotte^s stories of American history. 

Yonge and Weld. J970 Y8 

Aunt Biartha^s comer cupboard. Kirby. 

J043 K03 
Aurelius Antoninus, Marcus. Thoughts. 

188 AuO 
Austin, Jane. Enuna. 2 Au7E 

— Mansfield Park. 2 Au7M 

— Pride and prejudice.— Northanger Abbey. 

2 AuTP 



03) 



AUSTIN. 



BAILEY. 



Aostiny Jane — continiu^d, 

— Sense and sensibility.— Persuasion. 2 Ao78 

— EIeodie. Jane Austin and her works. 

028.23 AuTK 
Austin 9 Alfred. Prince Lucifer. 822 Ao7P 

— Tower of BabeL 822 AuTT 
Austen 9 J. (G.) Desmond hundred. 1 Aa7D 
~ Dr. Le Baron and his daughters. 1 AoTDo 

— Mrs. Beauchamp Brown 1 AoTHf 

— Nameless nobleman. 1 AoTN 

— Nantucket scraps. 917.44 An7 

— Standish of Standish. 1 Aa7S 

— Outpost • 1 An70 
Aostralasia. Knox. Boy travellers in Austral- 

aaa. J019.3 K77 

— Wallace. Australasia. 010.3 W15 
Australia. Fttzokrald. Australia. 010.4 F57 

— Inolis. Our Australian cousins. 010.4 In4 

— Les. Australian wanderers. 010.4 L51 

— Willouohbt. Australian pictures. 

010.4 W08 

Austria. See Germany. 

Austria-Huni^ry. Kay. 043 K18 

Authors. Adams. Dictionary of English litera- 
ture. 820.3 Adl 

— Clarkx. Recollections of writers. 821 C55 

— Disraeli. Literary character of men of genius. 

804 DG3I^ 

— Fields. Yesterdays with authors. 820.5 F45 

— HiGQiNSON. Short stories of American authors. 

810.4 U53 



Authon— continued. 

— Oliphant. Literary history of England. 3 v. 

820.0 OI3 

— Ward. English poets. 4 v. 821 W21 
Authorship of Shakspeare. Holmes. 822 H73 
Autobiographical slratches. I>e Quincey. 

028.24 D44 
Autobiographical sketches. 2 v. Terestchagin. 

027 V58 
Autobiography of a lump of ooaL Carey. 

540 C18 
Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. 

023.2 F85Bi 
Autobiography of Goethe. 028.32 G550 

Autobiography of James Nasmyth. 

026 N17S 
Autobiography of Joseph Jefferson. 027 J35 
Autobiography of Leigh Hunt. 028.24 HOI 
Autobiography of Thurlow Weed ; with memoir 
byT.W. Barnes. 2 v. 023.2 W41 

Autocrat at the breakfast table. Holmes. 

818 H73 
Avery^B. P. Calif omian pictures. 017.03 Av3 
Awdry, Francis, and others, Miz-maze. 1 Aw2 
Ayresy Alfred, pseud. See Osmun^ T. E. 
AyrtoUyW. E. Practical electricity. 537 Ay7 
Azariasy Brother. See Mullanyy P. F. 
Azores. Baker. Sunmier in the Azores. 

014.00 B17 

— Weeks. Among the Azores. 014.00 W41 
Aztecs; their history, manners, and customs. 

Biart. 072 B47 



Babylon. Latard. Discovery among the ruins 

of Nineveh and Babylon. 013.35 Ii45 

Bachcy R. M. Young wrecker of the Florida reef. 

Jl B12 
Back log studies. Warner. 817 W24 

Bacon 9 A. M. Japanese girls and women. 

300 B13 
Bacon, E.M. Dictionary of Boston. 017.44 B13 
Bacon 9 Francis. Promus of formularities and ele- 
gances. 822.3 B13 

— Works. 15 V. 828 B13 

— Speddino, ed. Account of the life and times of 

Francis Bacon. 021 B13S 

Bacon, O.B. Slam. 015.0 B13 

Bacon, Henry. Parisian art and artists. 700 B13 
Badeau, Adam. Conspiracy. 1 B14C 

— Military history of Ulysses 8. Grant 

023.1 G76B 
BUdeker, Karl, ed. Handbooks for travelers, 
viz. — 

— Belgium and Holland. 014.0 BUB 

— Eastern Alps. 014.3 B14E 



BUdeker, Karl — continued. 

— Oroat Britain. 

— Italy. 

— London and its environs. 

— Northern Germany. 

— Norway and Sweden. 



014.2 BUG 
014.5 B14 

014.2 B14L 

014.3 B141V 
014.8 B14 



— Rhine, from Rotterdam to Constance. 

014.3 B14R 

— Southern (Germany and Austria. 014.3 B148 
Badrick, F. C. Spanish gaUeon. 2 B14S 
Bagehot, Walter. Depreciation of silver. 

332 B14 

— Economic studies. 330 B14 

— English constitution. 342.42 B14 

— Lombard Street. 332 B 1 4 L 

— Physics and politics. 320 B 1 5 
Bagcnal,P. H. American Irish. 320 B14 
Baile, J. B. Wonders of electricity. 537 B15 
Bailey, J. M. Danbury boom. 817 B15l> 

— England from a back window. 01 4 .!2 B 1 5 

— Life in Danbury. 817/ B15L 

— Mr. Phillips' ^onenesv. II) 15^; 



(W) 



BAILEY. 



BANCROFT. 



Bailey, P. J. Festus. 821 B15 

Bain* Alazander. Education as a Bdeiioe. 

370 B16 

— EmotioDS and the wilL 157 B16 

— Logic. leo B16 

— Mental science 150 B16 

— Mind and bod J. 130 B16 

— Moral science. 170 B16 

— Practical essays. 104 B16 

— Senses and intellect. 150 BIGS 
Bairdy C. W. History of the Huguenot emigration 

to America. 2 v. 284.5 B16H 

Bairdy H. M. History of the Huguenots of France. 
2v. 284.5 B162 

Baker^ C. A. Summer in the Azores. 

914.69 B17 
Bakery G. M., ed. Medley dialect recitations. 

808.7 B17M 

— Negro dialect recitations. 808.7 B17N 
Baker, H. B. English actors. 927 B17 
Baker, H. N. (W.) {Madeline Leslie,) 111 try. 

Jl B17I 
Baker, James. Turkey. 914.96 B17 

Baker, J. O. Treatise on masonry construction. 

693 B17 
Baker, M. N., ed. Manna] of American water- 
works. R628 B17 
Baker, iSVr, S. W. Albert N^anza. 916.7 B17 

— Cast up by the sea. 2 B17 

— Ismailla. 916.2 B17 

— Nile tributaries of Abyssinia. 916.3 B17 
Baker, W. M. (O, F, Harrington,) Blessed Saint 

Certainty. 1 B17 

— His majesty, m3melf. 1 B17II 

— Insido ; a chruniclo of secession. 1 B17I 

— Making of a man. 1 B17M 
Baldwin, J. Art of school management. 

371 BIO 
Baldwin, James. Book lover; a guide to the best 

reading. 028 B19 

— Story of Roland. 398.2 BIOR 

— Story of Siegfried. 398.2 BIO 

— Story of the Golden Age. 292 B19S 
Baldwin, Joseph. Elementary psychology and 

education. 370.1 B19 

Baldwin, J. D. Ancient America. 013.7 B19 

— Pre-historic nations. 913 B19 
Baldwin, W. J. Hot- water heating and fitting. 

607 B19 

— Steam heating for buildings. 697 B19S 
Balestier, C. W. Victorious defeat. 1 B19V 
Balfoor, J. H. First book of botany 581 BIO 
Ball, R. S. Elements of astronomy. 520 B21 

— Story of the heavens. 523 B21 

Ballads about authors. Spoflbrd. 811 SpO 

Ballads of romance and history. Woolsey. 

811 W881 

Ballantine, Henry. Midnight marches through 

Persia. 915.5 B21 

Ballantyue, R. M. Battery and the boiler. 

J2 B21B 

— Coral island. J2 B21Co 



Ballantyne, R. M.— continued, 

— Deep down ; a tale of the Cornish mines. . 

J2 B21D 

— Erling, the bold. J2 B21E 

— Fire brigade. i2 B21Fi 

— Gascoyne. J2 B21G 

— Gorilla hunters. J2 B21Go 

— Red Eric. J2 B21R 

— Ungava. J2 B21i; 

— Young fur-traders. J2 B21Y 
Ballhom, F. Grammatography. 411 B21 
Balloons. Marion. Wonderful balloon ascents. 

533 JII33 
Balloa, M. M. New Eldorado. 017.08 B21 

— camp. Notable thoughts about women. 

396 B21 

— camp. Treasury of thought R808 B21 
Baltimore, Cecil Calvert, Ist Baron, BROWmE. 

G«orge Calvert and Cecilius Calvert. 

, 023.2 C13 
Balzac, Honord de. Alkahest. 4 B21 

— Bureaucracy. 4 B21B 

— CatandbatUedore. 4 B21C 

— C^sar Birotteau. 4 B21Cc 

— Country doctor. 4 B21Cd 

— Cousin Bette. 4 B21Co 

— Cousin Pons. 4 B21Cp 

— Duchesse de Tiangeais, 4 B21D 

— Eugenie Grandet. 4 B21E 

— Fame and sorrow. 4 B21 P 

— lily of the valley. 4 B21L 

— Louis Lambert. 4 B21Lo 

— Magic skin. 4 B21iV 

— Modest Mignon. 4 B21IIIO 

— PdreGoriot. 4 B2'1P 

— Roraphito. 4 B21S 

— Sons of the soiL 4 B21So 

— Two brothers. 4 B21T 
Bamford, M. E. Father Lambert's family. 

Jl B21 

— Look-about club. J590 B2iL 

— Marie's story. Jl . B21M 

— Thoughts of my dumb neighbors. 590 B21T 

— Up and down the brooks. ' 505.7 B21 
Bancroft, Aaron. Life of George Washington. 

023.1 W27B 

Bancroft, George. History of the formation of the 

constitution of the United States. 342.73 B22 

— History of the United States. 10 v. 073 B22 

— Same, rev. ed. 6 v. 973 B22H 

Bancroft, H.H. Works. 31) v. R920 B22 

Contents. 
V. 1-4. Native racoi of the racMo States. 
6-8. Hfatory of Ck.*iitral America. 
••14. lltatoryof Mexico. 

15, 1 6. Iliatory of the North Mexican Statea and Texas. 
17. liUtory of Arizona and New Mexko. 
18-S4. History of California. 
t5. History of Nevada, Wyoming, and Colorado. 
te. Hbtoryof Utah. 
t7, S«. History of ihv Xorthwtst Coast. 
tS, 80. History of Oregon. 

81. History of Wawhington, Idaho, and Montana. 
St. History of British Columbia. 



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BANCROFT. 



BASMKIRTSEFF. 



Bancrolly H. H. Works — cantintted. 

V. 8t. History of Alaska. 
S4. Califumia pastoral. 
S6. California Inter p<xrula. 
S4I, 87. I'opular tribunals. 
SM. EHsays and misixiUany. 
89. Literary industries. 

Bandelier, A. F. Delight makors. 1 B22D 

Baniniy John. {C^Hara family.) Boyne water. 

2 B22 

— Peepo'day.— Crohooreof thebiiniook. 2 B22P 

— Murray. I^e of John Danim. 928.23 B22 
Baniniy Micho^L (CHara famiiy.) Croppy. 

2 B222C 

— Ghoetrhunter and his family. 2 B222G 

— Mayor of Wind-gap. 2 B222M 
Banks, M. R. Bright days in the old plantation 

time. Jl B22B 

Banks and Banking* Baokhot. Lombard 

Street. 332 B14L 

— Dunbar. Chapters on the theory and history of 

banking. 332 D91 

— Gibbons. Banks of New Torli iDd the panic of 

1857. 332.1 G35 

— MxDBERY. Men and mysteries of Wall Street. 

332.6 M46 

— Richardson. National banks. 332 R39 
Banvardy Joseph. Romance of American history. 

973.2 B228 
Barbary. Poole. Story of Barbary corsairs. 

961 F78 
Barbouy Alfred. Victor Hugo and his time. 

1KI8.43 H878 

Bardeen, C. W. Roderick Home. 1 B23 

BardMleyy C. W. Curiosities of Puritan nomencla- 
ture. 929 B23C 

— Our English surnames. 929 .B230 
Barham, R. D. H. Life and letters of Richard 

Harris Barham. 2 v. 928.27 B23 

— Same, rev. od. 928.27 B23L 
Barham 9 R. H. {ThoTnas Jngoldsby.) Ingoldsby 

legends. 827 B24 

— Barham, R. D. H. Life and letters, of R. H. 

Barham. 2 v. 928.27 B23 

— Same. rev. od. 928.27 B23L 
Barker, M. A., Lady. Ribbon stories. J2 B24 
Barnard, Charles. First steps in electricity. 

537 B25 

— Knights of to-day. 1 B25 
Barnard, Henry. National education in Europe. 

373.4 B25 

— Oral training lessons. 372 B25 

— Scientific instruction in different countries. 

507 B25 

— Life and methods of John Henry PestalozzL 

923.7 P43 
Barnes, Albert. Notes explanatory and practical 

on the Gospels. 2 v. 226 B26 

Barneveidt, John van. Motlet. Life and death 

of John of BameveMt. 2 v. 923.2 B26 

Barr, A. E. (H.) Beads of Tasmer. 1 B27B 

— Between two loves. 1 B27Be 



Barr, A. E. (H..)— continued, 

— Border shepherdess. 

— Bow of orange ribbon. 

— Daughter of Fife. 

— Feet of clay. 

— Friend Olivia. 

— Household of McNieL 

— Jan Vedder's wife. 

— Last of the Macallisters. 

— Master .of his fate. 

— Paul and Christina. 

— Remember the Alamo. 

— She loved a sailor. 

— Squire of Sandal Side. 



1 B27BO 

1 B27Br 

1 B27D 

1 B27F 

1 B27Fr 

1 B27H 

1 B27J 

1 B27L 

1 B27M 

1 B27P 

1 B27R 

1 B27S 

1 B27Sq 



— Young people of Shake8peare\i dramas. 

J822.3 B27 

Barrett, Frank. Between life and death. 

2 B269B 

— KitWyndham. 2 B2G9K 

— Smuggler's secret. 2 B269S 
Barrett, Lawrence. Edwin Forrest. 927 F77B 

— Same, 927 F77B2 
Barrett, Mary, pseud. See Notting, M. O. 
Barrie,J.M. Auld licht idylls. 2 B27A 

— My lady Nicotine. 2 B27ai 

— Window in Thrums. 2 B27W 
Barrington, Sir Jonah. Rise and faU of the Irish 

nation. 941.5 B27 

Barrow, John. Description of Pitcaim's island 

and inhabitants. 919.7 iS27 

— Memoir of the lif e of P6ter, the Great. 

923.1 F44B 
Barrows, William. Oregon. 979.5 B27 

— United States of yesterday and of to-morrow. 

917.3 B27 

Barry, J. W. Railway appliances. 656 B27 

Barry, P. Fruit garden. 634 B27 

Barth, Henry. Travels and discoveries in North 

and Central Africa. 916.6 B2a 

— Same, rev. ed. 916.6 B28T 
Bartlett, D. W. Life of Joan of Arc. 

923.5 D24B 
Bartlett, G.B. Concord. 917.44 B27 

— New games for parlor and lawn. 790 B28 
Bartlett, John . Shakespeare phrase book . 

822.3 B28 

Bartlett, J. R. Dictionary of Americanisms. 

427 B28 
Bartlett, S. C. From Egypt to Palestine. 

915.6 B28 
Bartlett, W. F. Palfret. Memoir of William 
Francis BarUett. 923.5 B28F 

Bartley, G. C. T. Seven ages of a village pauper 

339 B28 
Bartol, C. A. Radical problems. 814 B28 

Bartolommeo, Fra, Baxter. Fra Bartolommeo. 

927 B28 

Bascom, John. .Esthetics. 701 B29 

Basic Bessemer process. Wedding. 669 W41 
Bashkirtseflf, Marie. Journal. 927 B29 



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BASSETT. 



BEESLY. 



Bossetty James. Persia ; the land of the Imams. 

915.5 B20 
BastiaoyH.C. Begimiings of life. 576 B20 
Bastiaty Frdd^ric. Eoonomic sophisms. 330 B^iO 

— Essays on political economy. 330 B20E 

— Sophisms of protection. 337 B20 
Bates, Arlo. Albrecht. 1 B31A 

— Pagans. 1 B31P 

— Patty's perversities . 1 B3 1 Pa 

— Wheel of fire. 1 B31W 
Bates, CD. Child lore. J398.3 B31 
Bates, H. L. (Eleanor Putnam.) Old Salem. 

017.44 B31 
Bales, S. P. Mental and moral culture. 

370.4 B31 

— Method of teachers* institutes and the theory of 

education. 370.7 B31 

Battershall, J. P. Food adulteration and its de- 
tection. 664 B32 
Battle fields of '61. Abbott. J973.7 Ab2B 
Battle fields of Viiiginia;Chancellor8yille. Hotch- 
kiss a7u2 Allen. 973.7 H79 
Battle of Dorking. Chesney. Fall of England ; 
battle of Dorking. 827 C42 
Battle of Stone's River. Stevenson. 973.7 St43 
Battles of America by sea and land. 3 v. Tomes. 

R973 T59 

Battles of the American Revolution, 1775-81. Car^ 

rin^on. 973.3 C23 

Battles of the British navy. Allen. 942 A15 

Baaer, Clara. {Carl Detlef,) AtCapii. 3 B32 

— Must it be? 3 B32M 

— Russian country house. 3 B32R 

— Valentine, the countess. 3 B32V 
Banerman, Hilary. Text-book of descriptive 

mineralogy. 549 B32D 

— Text-book of systematic mineralogy. 

549 B32S 
Bantaln, L. E. M. Art of extempore speaking. 

808 B32 
Baxter, H. F. Organic polarity. 538 B33 

Baxter, L. E. {Leader Scott.) Fra Bartolommeo. 

927 B28 

— Sculpture, renaissance and modem. 730 B33 
Baxter, R. D. Taxation of the United Kingdom. 

336 B33 
Baxter, W. E. Winter in India. 915.4 B33 
Bayard, Pierre du Terrail ChevcUier, Bebvillb. 
** Spotless and fearless ; " story of the Chevalier 
Bayard 923.5 B34 

Baylor, F. C. See Belger, F. C. (B.) 
Bayly, A. E. {Edna Lyall,) Derrick Vaughan. 

2 B341>e 

— Donovan. 2 B34D 

— Hardy Noreeman. 2 B34H 

— In the golden days. 2 B34I 

— Knight-errant, 2 B34K 

— We two. 2 B34W 

— Won by waiting. 2 B34Wo 
Bayne, Peter, Esfbjs in biography and criticism. 

824 B34 



Bayne, Peter — continued. 

— Life and letters of Hugh Miller. 925 M61 B 
Bazar book of decorum. an€m, 395 B34 
Beach, D. N., and others. Wonder stories of 

science. J670 B35 

Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli, Ist Earl of, Al- 

roy.— Ixion in Heaven. 2 B35 

— Coningsby. 2 B35C 

— Contarini Fleming. 2 B35Co 

— Endymion. 2 B35E 

— Henrietta Temple. 2 B35II 

— Lothair. 2 B35L 

— SybiL 2 B35S 

— Talcs and sketches. 2 B35Tr 

— Tancred. 2 B35T 

— Venetia. 2 B35V 

— Vivian Grey. 2 B35Vi 

— Young duke. 2 B35 Y 

— TowLE. Beaconsfield. 923.2 B35T 
Beale, Anne. Gladys, the reaper. 2 B36G 

— Simplicity and fascination. 2 B36S 
Bean, Fannie. Dr. Mortimer's patient. 2 B37 
Bear worshipers of Yezo. Greey* J915.2 G86 
Beard, D. C. American boy's handy book'. 

J790 B38 
Beard, Ldna. American girl's handy book. 

J790 B382 

Beardsley Library, West Winsted, Ct. Catar 

logue. R019 B38 

Beaten paths. Thompson. 914 T37 

Beaachesne, A. H. du B. de. Louis XVU. 

923.1 L927B 
Beaagrand, C. Walks abroad of two young nat- 
uraUsts. J590 B37 

Bcaomont, Averil, paettd. See Ilant, Margaret. 
Beantifnl butterflies. Adams. 595.7 Adl 

Beantifal shells. Adams* 594 Adl 

Bechstein, J. M. Cage and chamber-birds. 

598.2 B38 
Becker, B.H. Disturbed Ireland. 914.15 B38 
Becker, W. A. Charicles. 3 B38 

Becket, C.H. Who is John Noman f 1 B38 
Beckford, William. History of the Caliph Va- 
thek. 2 B38 

Bcckmann, John. Histoay of inventions, discov- 
eries, and origins. 2v. 609 B38 
Bede, The Venerable. Ecclesiastical history of Eng- 
land. 274.2 B39 
Bedc, Cuthbert, pseud. See Bradley, Edward. 
Bedouin tribes of the Euphrates. Blant. 

915.5 B62 
Beecher, C. E. Physiology and calesthenics. 

613 B39 
— Woman's prufeBsion. 396 B39 

Beecher, H.W. Norwood. 1 B39 

Beers, H. A. From Chaucer to Tennyson. 

820.9 B39 
Bees; their habits, management, and treatment. 
Wood. 595.7 W85 

Beesly, A. H. Gtraochi, Marius, and Sulla. 

937 B39 



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ivn 



BEESLY. 



BESEMERES. 



Beesly, A. H. — continued, 

— Sir John Franklin. 023.9 F75 
BeetyJ. A. Credentials of the Gospel. 225 B39 
Bee ton 9 S . O . Dictionary of geography . 

R910 B39 
Begf^ars of HoUand. Mears* 949.2 M46 

Beginning of the Middle Ages. Chnrch. 940 C47 
Beginnings of history. Ijenormant. 930 L54B 
Beginnings of life. Bastian. 576 B29 

Beginnings of New England. Fiske. 

973.2 F54 
Behind the scenes in Washington. Martin. 

917.53 M36 
Behrendsy A. J. F. Philosophy of preaching. 

251 B39 
Behrensy Bertha. (W, Heimburg,) Lucie^s mis- 
take. 3 B39Ln 

— Pastor's daughter. 3 B39P 

— Penniless girL 3 B39Pe 

— Sister's love. 3 B39S 
Beilstein, F. Manual of qnalitative chemical 

analysis. 544 B39 

Being a boy. Warner. J817 W24B 

Belcher, Lady Diana. Mutineers of the Bounty. 

996 B41 
Belger, F. C. (B.) {F, C Baylor,) Juan and Juan- 

ita. Jl B41 

— On both sides. 1 B410 
Belgium. Badeker. Belgium and Holland, 

handbook for travellers. 914.9 B14B 

Belly Acton, pseud. See Brontl!, Anne. 
Bell, Sir Charles. Anatomy and philosophy of 
expression. 743 B41 

Bell, Currer, paeud. See Nicholls, C. (B.) 
Bell, C. D. Henry Martyn. 922 M36 

Bell, Ellis, paeud. See BrontC, Emily. 
Bell, H. G. Life of Mary, Queen of Scots. 

923.1 M36B 
Bell, N. R. E. {N, E^Anvers.) Elementary his- 
tory of art: an introduction to ancient and 
modem architecture, sculpture, painting, music. 

709 B41 

— £3ementary history of art, architecture, sculp- 

ture, painting. 709 B41E 

— Robert's holidays. J2 B41 
Bellamy, Edward. Looking backward. 

1 B41L 

— MisB Ludington^ sister. 1 B41M 
Bellamy, E. W. Penny Lancaster, farmer. 

1 B411P 
Bellows, A. J. Philosophy of eating. 613 B41 
Belt and spur. S. J040 81 

Belting. See Machines and Machinery. ' 

Beneath two flags. Booth. 266 B64 

Benedict, E. C. Run through Europe. 914 B43 
Benedict, iSir Julius. Weber. 927 W38 

Beiuamin, Park. Age of electricity. 537 B43 
Beiuamin, S. G. W. Art in America. 709 B431 

— Atlantic islands as a resort of health and pleasure. 

910.4 B43 

— Our American artists. 927 B43 



Beiuamin, S. G. W. — continued. 

— Persia and the Persians. 915.5 B43 

— Story of Persia. 935 B43 

— Troy. 939.2 B43 
Benson, L., ed. Remarkable trials. 343.1 B44 
Bent, 8. A. Short sayings of great men. 

R808 B43 
Ben tham, Jeremy. Fragment on government; ed. 
by F. C. Montague. 320 B44 

Bentley, Richard. Jebb. Bentley. 928.27 B44 
Bentley, Robert. Manual of botany. 580 B44 
Benton, T.H. Thirty years' view. 320.97 B44 
Bergen, N. J.— Public Library. Catalogue. 

R0I7 B45 
Berkeley, George. Fraber. Berkeley. 921 B45F 
Berkley, E. Pharaohs and their people. 

932 B45 
Bermuda. Dorr. Bermuda. 917.20 D73 

Bernard, Bayle. Life of Samuel Lover. 

028.23 L94 
Bernard, Frederick. Wonderful escapes. 

920 B45 
Bernard, John. Retrospections of America. 

917.3 B45 

Bernstein, Julius. Five senses of man. 152 B45 
Berry, E. P. Leah of Jerusalem. 1 B45L 

Bert, PauL First steps in scientific knowledge. 

502 B46 
Berthet, E. B. Pi^historic world. 571 B46 
Berville, M. de, and others. ** Spotless and fear- 
less;^ story of the Chevalier Bayard. 

923.5 B34 
Besant, Walter. All sorts and conditions of men. 

2 B46A 

— Armorel of Lyonesso. 2 B46Ar 

— Bell of St. Paul's. 2 B46B 

— Demoniac. U B46D 

— Fifty years ago. 942 B46 

— For faith and freedom. 2 B46F 

— Gaspard de Coligny. 923.5 C68B 

— HerrPaulus. 2 B4GU 

— Inner House. 2 B46I 

— Katharine Regina. 2 B46K 

— Lament of Dives. 2 B46L 

— Revolt of man. 2 B46Re 

— World went very well then. 2 B46Wo 

— and Rice, James. By Celia's arbour. 2 B46By 

— Case of Mr. Lucraft 2 B4GCa 

— Chaplain of the fleet. 2 B4GCh 

— Gk)lden butterfly. 2 B46C;o 

— Monks of Thelema. 2 B4GMo 

— My litUe girl. 2 B46My 

— Ready-money Mortiboy. 2 B46R 

— Seamy side. 2 B4GKe 

— Ten years* tenant. 2 B4GT 

— This son of Vulcan. 2 B4GTh 

— »Twas in Trafalgar's bay. 2 B46Tw 

— With harp and crown. 2 B46Wi 
Besemeres, Jane. Stories of the tropics. 

J910.8 B4G 



m 



B£SSON. 



BIBLE. 



Bessoiiy J. C. Collection of forms and entries 
which oocur in practioe in the courts of law of 
New Jersey. R347 B46 

Best books. 2ded. Sonnenschein* R016 So5 
Best reading. Perkins. R028 P41 

Betkasy-Hac, Valeska. Eichhofs. 3 B46E 
Between the gates. Taylor. 017.94 T212 
Bewildered querists and other nonsense. Crofton. 

817 C87 
Beyond the MissiarippL Rickardson. 

917.3 R39 
Beytagh, M. E. Kathleen Kilmaine. 2 B466K 
Bhagavad gita. Hindu philosophy, the Bhagavad 
gita ; or, The sacred lay; tr. by John Davies. 

891.43 D28 
Bianciardiy E. D. R. At home in Italy. 

914^5 B47 
Biarty Lucien. Adventures of a young naturalist. 

590 B47 

— Aztecs; their history, manners, and customs. 

972 B47 

— Involuntary voyage. 4 B47I 
Bibelots and curios. Vers. 739 V91 
Bible. Teaets, 

— Bible. R220 B47 

— Holy Bible; Riverside paraUel Bible. 

R220 B47R 

— Cambridge Bible; ed. by J . J. S. Pferowne. 29 v. 

220 B47P 

— Handy commentary; ed. by Ellioott. 18 v. 

220 B47E 
Works relating to the Bible. 

— Arnold. God and the Bible. 220 Ar6 

— Arnold. Literature and dogma. 220 ArOL 

— Babnbs. Notes, explanatory and practical on 

the Gospels. 2 v. 226 B26 

— Beet. Credentials of the Gospel. 225 B39 

— Cbxtnx. Jeremiah; his life and times. 

220.92 J47C 

— Church. Stories from the Bible. 220.92 C47 

— Cruden. Concordance. R220.2 C88 

— DsANX. Abraham; his life and times. 

220.92 Ab8D 

— Dkanx. Daniel; his life and times. 

220.92 D2D2 

— Deane. David; his life and times. 

220.02 D28D 

— Deane. Joshua; his life and tiipes. 

220.02 J78D 

— Deane. Samuel and Saul; their lives and times. 

220.92 Sa4D 

— Dodob. Washington Bible-class. 244 D06 

— Driver. Isaiah; his life and times. 

220.02 l8l2D 

— Farrar. Minor prophets. 220.92 F24 

— Farrar. Solomon; his life and times. 

220.92 So4F 

— FBOTHnroHAif. stories of patriarchs^ 

J220.02 F93 

— Gardiner. Harmony of the four Gospels in 

BnglMi. 226.1 G16 



Bible — continued, 

— Gibson. Ages before Moses. 222 G35 

— Harper. Bible and modem discoveries. 

220.93 U23 

— Hedge. Primeval world of Hebrew tradition. 

222 U35 

— KiNNS. Harmony of the Bible with science. 

215 K62 

— KiTTO. Illustrated history of the Holy Bible. 

220 K65 

— Ladd. What is the Bible? ' 220 L12 

— Lang. Gideon and the judges. 220.92 G36L 

— McMiNN. From cave to palace; or, The anointed 

shepherd. 220.92 D28M 

— Merrill. Story of the manuscripts. 

220.9 M55 

— MiLLiGAN. EUjah; his life and times. 

220.92 £14111 

— Rawlinson. Isaac and Jacob. 220.92 IslR 

— Rawlinson. Kings of Israel and Judah. 

220.02 R19 

— Rawlinson. Moses; his life and times. 

220.92 III85R 

— Robinson. Harmony of the four Gospels. 

226.1 R56 

— Satce. Hittites. 220 Sa9H 

— Smith. Dictionary of the Bible. 4 v. 

R220.3 Sm6 

— Sto WE. History of the books of the Bible . 

220.95 St7 

— Taylor. Daniel, the beloved. 220.92 D22T 

— Taylor. David, king of Israel. 220.02 D28T 

— Taylor. EUjah, the prophet. 220.92 E14T 

— Toy. Quotations in the New Testament. 

220 T66 

— Vandyke. Story of the Psahns. 223.2 V28 

— Warner. Broken walls of Jerusalem. 

220.9 W244 

-Warner. Kingdom of Judah. 220.9 W244K 

— Warner. Walks from Eden. 220.9 W244W 

— Wood. Bible animals. 220.8 W85 

— Wood. Birds of the Bible. 220.8 W85B 

— Wood. Domestic animals of the Bible. 

220.8 W85D 

— Wood. Wild animals of the Bible. 

220.8 W85W 

— ToNOE. Young folks* Bible history. 220 Y8 

— Young. Analytical concordance. 220. 2- Y8 

New Testament. 

— Roberts. Companion to the revised version of 

the New Testament. 225 R54 

— Schaff. Companion to the Greek Testament, 

and English version. ' 220.6 Schl 

See also Apochryphal Books. 
Bible and modem discoveries. Harper. 

220.93 U23 
Bible animals. Wood. 220.8 W85 

Bible heroes. Browne. 922 B81 

Bible heroines. Stowe. 922 St7 

Bible lands; their modem customs and manners. 
Van Lennep. 915.6 V32 



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923.1 H34N 

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922 H43 

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923.1 U72 

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927 H97 

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927 J23 

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828 J63L16 

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927 K23 

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Wofimphf —continued, 

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923.2 L49 

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920 L82 

— LossiNO. Eminent Americans. 920 L89 

— McAllister. Society as I have found it. 

923.9 Mil 

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921 DM 

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— Oliphant. Makers of Venice. 920 013III 

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920 P25 

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923.4 F54 

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923 P74C 

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923 P74L 

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— Plutarch. Our young f (dies' Plutarch ; ed. by 
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— QuiNCT. Figures of the past. 920 Q| 

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— St. John. Lives of celebrated travellers. 

9239 Sa3 

— Saintb-Beuvb. English portraits. 928.2 Sa2 

— Saintb-Beuvb. Portraits of celebrated women. 

928.4 Sa3 

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928.2 8co8 

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927 ShS 

— Shepard, ed. Pen pictures of modem authora. 

928 Sh^ 

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923.1 Sb5 

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— Same. rev. ed. WO 8m4B 



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Biography— eofUtntied. 

— 8MII4B8. Industaial biography; iron workers and 

tool makers. 926 Sm4 

— Smilss. Lives and works of the engineers. 

926 Sm4L 

— Smiles. Men of invention and industry. 

926 Sm4M 

— Smith. One hundred famous Americans. 

920 Sm5 

— Smith, ed. Dictionary of Greek and Roman 

biography and mythology. 8 v. R920 Sm6 

— Spabks, ed. Library of AmeHcan biography. 

[1st series.] 10 v. 920 8p2 

— Stanley. Classified synopsis of the painters of 

the Dutch and Flemish school. 927 St2 

— Starlinq. Noble deeds of woman. 920.7 St2 

— Stephen, ed. Dictionary of national biography. 

V. 1—26. R920 St4 

— Stoddasd, ed, Brio-arbrac series. 10 v. 

928 St6 

— Stowe. Bible heroines. 922 St7 

— Stowe. Lives and deeds of our self-made men. 

923 St7 

— Strickland. Lives of the queens of England. 

6 V. 923.1 St8 

— Suetonius. Lives of the twelve Caesars. 

923.1 Sa2 

— SwEETSER. Artist-biographies. 5 v. 927 Sw3 

— Thomas, comp. Lippincott^s universal pro- 

nouncing dictionary of biography and mythol- 
ogy. R920 L66 

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920.8 T48 

— ToMKiNSON. Sarah Robinson, Agnes Weston, 

Mrs. Meredith. 923.6 T59 

— TowLE. Certain men of mark. 923 T65 

— Vapereau. DicUonnaire univerael des contem- 

porains. R920 V41 

— Vabari. Lives of the most eminent painters, 

sculptors, and architects. 5 v. 927 V44Li 

— Vasarl Stories of the Italian artists. 

927 V44S 

— Vincent. Some Italian authors and their works. 

928.5 V74 

— Ward, ed. Men of the reign. R920 W21 

— Ward, ed. Men of the time. 12th ed. 

R920 W21M 

— Ward, and others. Our famous women. 

920.7 W21 

— Waters. Artists of the nineteenth century and 

their works. 2 v. 927 W31 

— Waters. Painters, sculptors, architects, en- 

gravers, and their works. 927 W3IP 

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r- Wilson. Bryantand hisf riends. R928. 1 W69 
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— Wood, ed. Hundred greatest men. 920 W85 

— Wright. Children^ stories of the great scien- 

tistB. J925 W93 



Biology. Cook. Biology. 570 C77 

— Huxley and Martin. Elementary instruction 

in practical biology. 570 H98 

— M ACOiNLET. Introduction to the study of general 

biology. 570 Ml 7 

— Stevenson. Bojts and girls in biology. 570 St4 
Birchy SamueL Egypt from the earliest times to 

B. c. 300. 932 B53 

Bird, I. L. See Bishop, I. L. (B.) 
Bird, F. J. American practical dyer^s companion. 

R667 B53 
Bird-ways. Miller. 598.2 M61 

Birds. Adaics. Hummingbirds. 598.2 Ad III 

— Adams. Nests of familiar birds. 598.2 Adl 

— Bechstein. Cage and chamber-birds. 

598.2 B38 

— Church. Birds and their ways. J598.2 C47 

— CouES. Birds of the North-West 598.2 C83 

— CouES. Key to North American birds. 

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— Dixon. Rural bird life. 598.2 D64 

— FiGUiER. Reptiles and birds. 598.2 F46 

— Fowler. Year with birds. 598.2 F82 

— Hartwio. Winged life in the tropics. 

598.2 H252Wi 

— Merriam. Birds through an opera glass. 

598.2 M55 

— Miller. Bird-ways. 598.2 M61 

— Miller. In nesting time. '598.2 M61I 

— Milne-Edwards and Cokte. Ornithology. 

598.2 M63 

— MuNDiE. Feathered tribe of the British Islands. 

2v. 598.2 M88 

— Stearns. New England bird life. 2 v. 

598.2 St3 

— Theuriet. Song birds and seasons. 

R598.2 T34 

— ToRREY. Birds in the bush. 598.2 T63 

— Wilson. American ornithology. 

R598.2 W60 

— Wood. Curiosities of ornithology. 

598.2 W85 

— Wood. My feathered friends. 598.2 W85M 
BirdSiieye view of our Civil War. Dodge. 

973.7 D66 
Birds in the bush. Torrey. 598.2 T63 

Birds of the Bible. Wood. 220.8 W85B 

Birds of the North-West Coaes.* 598.2 €83 
Birds through an opera glass. Merriam. 

598.2 M55 
Bishop, I. L. (B.) Oolden Chersonese. 

915.9 B54 

— Lady^s life in the Rocky Mountains. 

917.8 B541 

— Unbeaten tracks in Japan. 2 v. 915.2 B54 
Bishop, N. H. Four months in a sneak-box. 

917.3 B54 

— Thousand miles walk across South America. 

918 B54 

— Voyage of the paper canoe. 917.3 B54V 
Bishop, P. P. Psychologist 1 B539 



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BIiESSIlfGTOlf. 



Bishop, W. H. Choy Susan. 1 B54C 

— Detanold. 1 B54D 

— Golden jostioe. 1 B54G 

— House of a merchant prince. 1 B54II 

— Old Meadoo and her lost provinces. 917.2 B54 
Bismarck-Schttnhanfien, K. O., Prince van, 

BuscH. Bismarck in the Franco-German war. 

2v. 923.2 B54 

Bits of burnished gold ; comp. by Rose Porter. 

Browning. 821.83 B82 

Bits of burnished g^ld ; comp. by Rose Porter. 

Cross. 828 C88 

Bits of burnished gold ; comp. by Rose Porter. 

Rasldn. 828 R89 

Bits of burnished gold; comp. by Rose Porter. 

Wordsworth. 821 W89B 

BitsoftraTeL Jackson. 914 J12 

Bits of travel at home. Jackson. 917.3 J12 
Bitter-sweet. Holland. 811 H71B 

Bivoaac and the battle-field. Noyes. 

973.7 N87 
Btidmsony Bjdmstjeme. Ame. 839.83 B52 

— Bridal march, and other stories. 839.83 B52B 

— Captain Mansana, and other stories. 

839.83 B52C 

— Fisher maiden. 8E39.83 B52F 

— Happy boy. 839.83 B52H 

— In God's way. 839.83 B52I 

— Magnhild. 839.83 B52M 

— SynndveSolbakken. 839.83 B52S 
Blacky Alexander. Story of Ohio. 977.1 B56 
Black, William. Adventures in Thule. J2 B56 

— Daughter of Heth. 2 B56D 

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— Green pastures and Piccadilly. 2 B56G 

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-Eilmeny. 2 B56K 

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— Macleodof Dare. 2 B56M 

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2 B56Mi 

— Monarch of Mincing Lane. 2 B56Mo 

— New Prince Forfdnatus. 2 B56N 

Nora. Same aa the following* 

— Prince Fortunatus. 2 B56P 
-Princess of Thule. 2 B56Pr 

— SabinaZembra. * 2 B56S 

— Shandon bells. 2 B56Sh 
-Stand fast, Craig-Royston I 2 B56Sr 

— Strange adventures of a phaeton. 2 B56St 

— Sunrise. 2 B56So 

— That beautiful wretch. 2 B56T 
—Three feathers. 2 B56Th 

— White heather. 2 B56W 

— White wings. 2 B56Wh 

— Wise women of Inyemess, etc. 2 B56Wi 

— YdaDde. 2 B56Y 



Black box murder, anon. 2 B5G6 

Blackbnrn, Henry. Breton folk. 914.4 B56 

— Randolph Caldecott. 927 C13B 
BlackbarOyW.M. History of the Christian church. 

270 B56 
Blackety W. S. Lost histories of America. 

571 B56 
Blackie, J. S. Natural history of atheism. 

211 B56 

— Self-culture. 374 B56 

— Songs of religion and life. 821 B56 
Biackmore, R. D. Alice Lorraine. 2 B503 

— ChristowelL 2 Bft63Ch 

— Cradock NowelL 2 B503C 

— Cripps, the carrier. 2 B5d3Cr 

— Erema. 2 Bft63£ 

— Kit and Kitty. 2 B503K 

— Loma Doone. 2 B563L 

— MaidofSker. 2 B563III 

— Mary Anerley. 2 B5G3Ma 

— Remarkable history of Sir Thomas Upmore, Bart. 

2 B563R 

— Springhaven. 2 B563S 
Blacksy Boers, and British. Stratham. J 

916.8 St2 
Blaclcstouey Sir William. Commentaries on the 

laws of England. K347 B56 

Blades, William. Enemies of books. 025 B56 
Blagdeiiy Isa. Woman I loved, and the woman 

who loved me. — ^Tuscan wedding. 2 B57W 
Blaikie, William. How to get strong, and how to 

stay so. 613 B57 

— Sound bodies for our boys and girls. 613 B57S 
Blair, Hugh. Rhetoric uid belles lettres. 

808 B57 
Blaisdell, A. F. Child's book of health. 

J612 B57 

— How to keep weU. 613 B572 
Blake, E. V. Arctic experiences. 919.8 B58 
Blake, H. A. {Terence McOrath.) Pictures from 

Ireland. 914.15 B58 

Blake, M. £. On the wing. 917.3 B58 

Blake, S. J. Visit to some American schools and 

colleges. 378.73 B58 

Blake, William. SwiNBimNB. William Blake. 

927 B58S 
Blakelee, G. E. Industrial cyclopaedia. 

R603 B58 
Bland, T. A. Life of Benjamin F. Butler. 

923.4 B97B 
Blanqni, J. A. History of political economy in 
Europe. 330 B61 

Blasema, Pietro. Theory of sound in its relation 
to music. 534 B61 

Blasins, William. Storms. 551.5 B61 

Blaze de Bary^ M. P. R. a All for greed. 

4 B61A 

— Love the avenger. 4 B61I« 
Blessington, M. Gardiner, Countess of. Country 

quarters. 2 B599C 

— Marmaduke Herbert 2 B599JIE 



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BLESSINGTON. 



BORDER. 



Blessin^oUy M. — continued. 

— Memoirs of a femmo de chambro. 2 BSOOMe 

— Meredith. 2 BdOOiHh 

— Strathern. 2 B5098 
Blind, Matbdlde. Madame Roland. 920.7 R64B 

— Tarantella. 2 B61T 
B linn 9 L. J. Practical workshop companion for 

tin, sheet iron, and copper plate workers. 

671 BGl 
Blockade and the cruisers. Soley* 973*7 So4 
Bloomlleldy G. Liddell, Baroness of. Reminis- 
cences of court and diplomatic life. 2 v. 

914.2 B62 
Blonety FauL (Max O'Rell.) John Bull and his 

island. 847 BG2J 

— John Bull's daughters. 847 BG2Jn 

— and AllyUy Jack. Jonathan and his continent. 

917.3 B62 
Bloxaniy C. L. Metals, their properties and treat- 
ment. 669 B62 

Bine jackets of 1812. Abbot. J973.5 Ab2 

Bine jackets of *76. Abbot. J973.3 Ab25 

Bine jackets of '61. Abbot. J973.7 Ab2BI 
Bloc ray of sunlight. Pleasonton. 535 P71 
Blnniy George, and Wahly Louis. Seaside and 
fireside fairies. J3 BG2S 

Blnnty Lady Anno. Bedouin tribes of the Euph- 
rates. 915.5 B62 
Blythy A. W. Analysis of foods and the detection 
of poisons. 543.1 B62 

— Manual of pubUc health. 614 B62 
Boat-sailing. Frazar. 656 F86 
Boating trips on New Ehigland rivers. Fellows. 

917.4 F33 
Bodllshy W. P. Through Spain on donkey-back. 

914.6 B63 

Boethins, A. M. S. King Alfred's version of De 

oonsolatione philosophiie. 829 B63 

Bogy, L. V. United States— ^f^ Congress, 2d 

session. Memorial addresses on the life and 

character of Lewis V. Bogy. 923.2 B633 

Bohn, H. G. Catalogue of books. 017 B63 

— Dictionary of quotations from English poets. 

821 B63D 

— Guide to pottery and porcelain. 738 B63 

— Polyglot of foreign proverbs. 398 B63 

— ed. Hand book of games. 795 B63 
Boiler making. Ford. 621.1 F75 
Boilers. See Steam Engine. 
Boldrewoody Rolf. Colonial i-eformer. 2 B63C 
Bollesy A. S. Financial history of the United 

States. 8v. 336 B63 

Bolley^ P. A. Manual of technical analysis. 

543 B63 
Bolton, H. C. Counting-out rhymes of children. 

398.3 B63 
Bolton 9 S. K. Famous American authors. 

928.1 B63 

— Famous American statesmen. 923.2 B634 

— Famous men of science. 925 B63 

— How suooesB is won. 920 B63H 



Bolton 9 S. K. — continued. 

— Lives of girls who became famous. 920.7 B63 

— Lives of poor boys who became famous. 

920 B03L 

— Stories from life. ^ 1 B63 

— Successful women. 920.7 B63S 
Boniface, J. B. See Saintine, J. X. Boniface, 

called. 
Bonner, John. Child's history of Greece. 2 v. 

J 938 B64 
Bonner, Sherwood, pseud. Ses McDowell, K.S.B. 
Bonomi, Joseph. Nineveh and its palaces. 

913.35 B64 

Bonvalot, Gabriel. Through the heart of Asia. 2 v. 

915.8 B64 
Book-fancier. Fitzgerald. 010 F57 
Book; its printers, illustrators, and binders. 

Bonchot. ROlO B66 

Book-lover. Baldwin. 028 B19 

Book of cats and dogs. J ohon not. J591.5 J66 

Book of days. Chambers. R903 C35 

Book of snobs. Thackeray. 828 T32B 

— Same. 828 T32Bo 
Book of tales. Swinton. 808 8w6 
Book of the aquarium. Hibberd. 590 H52 
Book of the lantern. Hepworth. 535.8 114 1 
Book of wonderful characters. Wilson and 

Canlfield. 920.8 W69 

Books and Reading. Adamh. Famous books.. 

820 Adl 

— Baldwin. Book-lover. 028 B19 

— DiBDiN. Library companion. 028 D54 

— HoDGKiNS. Guide to the study of the nineteenth 

century authors. 820 II66 

— Perkins. Best reading. R028 F41 

— Porter. Books and reading. 028 P82 

— Pryde. Highways of literature. 028 P95 

— Sargent, comp. Reading for the young. 

028 Ka7 

— Warner, and others. Hints for home reading. 

028 W24 
Boole, Mary. Symbolical methods of study. 

204 B64 
Boone, Daniel. Abbott. Daniel- Boone. 

923.9 B64 

— Hartley. Life of Daniel Boope. 923.9 B641I 
Boone, R. G. Education in the United States. 

370.9 B64 

Booth, Edwin. Clarke. Elder and younger 

Booth. 927 B64C 

— Same. 927 B64C2 
Booth, E. M. J. (G.) von. Miss Kate. 2 B639ill 

— Sheba. 2 B6398 
Booth, J. B. Clarke. Elder and younger Booth. 

927 B64C 

— Same. 927 B64C2 
Booth, M. B. Beneath two flags. 266 B64 
Boots and saddles. C uster. 917.83 C96B 
Border lines of medical science, llolmes. 

610 H73 



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BORG. 



BOWNE. 



Borgy Selms, and Brown, M. A., tr. Northern 

lights. 830.73 BG4N 

Borneo* Pebelakr. Han away from the Dutch. 

019.11 P41 
Borrow 9 (George. lAvongro. 2 BG4L 

— Romany Rye. 2 B64R 
Boscowitz, Arnold. Earthquakes. 551.2 B05 
Boston Athennnniy Boston, Mass, Catalogue of 

the library. 5 v. ROlO B05 

Boston 9 Mas8,^Public Library, Bulletins. 

R018 B651 

— Catalogue of books of history, biography, and 

travels. R016.0 B65t 

— Catalogue of English prose fiction and books for 

the young. R01«.8 B651 

— Catalogue of poetry, drama, etc. ROlO B051 
Boston, Mcus, Bacon. Dictionary of Boston. 

917.44 B13 

— BuTTERWORTH. Youug f olks^ history of Boston. 

974.4 B98Y 

— Drake. Around the Hub. J974.4 D78 

— Oilman. Story of Boston. 974.4 G42 

— ScvDDER. Boston-town. 974.4 8ca2 

— Watson. Bostoa tea-party. J973.3 W33B 
Boswelly James. Life of Samuel Johnson. 

928.24 JG3B 
Botanical micn>chemistry. Ponlsen. 581 P86 
Botany. Balfour. First book of botany. 

581 B19 

— Bentlby. Manual of Botany. 580 B44 

— Candolls. Origin of cultivated plants. 

580 C16 

— Carpenter. Vegetable physiology. 581 €22 

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— Cooke. FungL 589 C77 

— Darlington. American weeds and useful plants. 

581 D24 

— Darwin. Different forms of flowers on plants of 

the same species. 580 D25 

— Darwin. Effects of cross and self fertilisation in 

the Tegetable kingdom. 581 D25 

— Darwin. Power of moyement in plants. 

581 D25P 

— Darwin. Various oontrivanoes by which orchids 

are fertilized by insects. P581 D25V 

— FiGUiER. Vegetable world. 580 F46 

— Gray. How plants behave. 581 G79H 

— Gray. How plants grow. 581 <w79Ho 

— Gray. Manual of botany. 580 G79 

— Gray. School and field book of botany. 

580 G796 

— Harris. Wild flowers. 580 H24 

— Henderson. Hand book of plants. 581 II38 

— Henslow. Origin of floral structures. 

581 H39 

— Hervsy. Sea mosses. 589 H44 

— Hervey. Wayside flowers and ferns. 

R580 U44W 

— HiRBERD. Field flowers. 580 H52 

— Hooker. Botany. 580 II76 

— Ingram. Flora symboUca. 580 In4 



BoUokY— continued. 

— Marion. Wonders of vegetation. 580 M34 

— MsEHAN. Native flowers and ferns of the United 

States. 1st series. 2 v. R581.97 M47 

— Same. 2d series. 2 v. R581.97 M47N 

— PouLSEN . Botanical micro-chemistry . 

581 P86 

— Prescott, strong drink and tobacco. 

581 P92 

— TnoKt. Text-book of structural and physiolog- 

ical botany. 581 T36 

— Thomson Wayside weeds. 580 T38 

— Willis. Plants growing without cultivation in 

New Jersey. 580 W66 

— Wood. American botanist and florist. 

580 W85 

— Wood. Class-book of botany. 580 W85C 

— Wood. Descriptive botany. 580 W85D 

See also Ferns ;— Trees* 
Bothwell; a tragedy. 2 v. Swinbnrne* 

822 Sw6B 
Botta, A. C. L. Handbook of universal literature. 

809 B65 
Bottom of the sea. SonreU 551 So5 

Bottomley, J. T. Dynamics. 531.3 B65 

Boochot, Honri. Book ; its printers, illustrators, 
and binders. ROlO BG6 

Boaghtouy Charles. Heraldry ; od. by S. T. 
Aveling. 929 BG6A 

BonghtoRy G. H. Sketching rambles in Holland. 

914.92 B66 
Bonlger, D. H. Dishonored. 2 B66D 

Boond together. Mitchell. 818 M69B 

Bonrke, J. G. Apache campaign in the Sierra 
Madre. 973.8 B66 

Bourne 9 H. R. F. English newspapers. 2 v. 

072 B60 
Bonrne^ John. Catechism of the steam engine. 

621.1 B79 

— Handbook of the steam engine . 621 . 1 B79H 
Boutell 9 Charles. Arms and armour. 399 B66 
Bonviery John. Law dictionary. 2 v. 

R347.03 B66 
Bowdoin College ^ ^runsvnck, Me. Catalogue of 
Ubrary. R018 B67 

Bowen, Francis. American political economy. 

330 B67 

— Gleanings from a literary life. 814 B67 

— Modem philosophy. 109 B67 
Bowkery R. R. Economics for the people. 

330 B672 

— Of work and wealth. 330 B6720 

— and Ilesy George, ed. Reader's guide in econo- 

mic, social, and political science. 016.3 B67 
BowlesyT. G. Flotsam and jetsam. 828 B68 
Bowman, Anne. Bear hunters of the Rocky 

Mountains. J2 B68 

Bowman, S. M., and Irwin, R. B. Sherman and 

his campaigns. 923.5 Sh52B 

Bowne^B. P. Metaphysics. 110 B68 



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BOWNE. 



BRAVEST. 



BownC) £. S. OirPs life eighty years ago. 

020.7 B68 
Bowser, E. A. Academic algebra. 512 B68 

— College algebra. 512 B68C 

— Elementary treatise on analytic geometry. 

516 B68 

— Elementary treatise on analytic mechanics. 

531 B68 

— Elementary treatise on differential and integral 

calculos. 517 B68 

— Elementary treatise on hydromechanics. 

532 B68 

— Elements of plain and solid geometry. 513 B68 
Boy engineers. Lnkin. J621 L96B 
Boy travelers in Arabia. Wise. J015.3 W75 
Boy travellers in Australasia. Knox. 

J910.3 K77 
Boy travellers in Qreat Britain and Ireland. Knox. 

J914.2 K77 
Boy travellers in Mexico. Knox. J917.2 K77 
Boy travellers in South America. Knox. 

J018 K77 
Boy travellers in the Russian Empire. Knox. 

J914.7 K77 
Boy travellers on the Congo. Knox. 

J916.7 K77B 
Boyesen, H. H. Against heavy odds. 1 BOO 

— Daughter of the Philistines. 1 B60D 
^ Faloonberg. 1 B69F 

— Goethe and Schiller. 928.32 G71B 

— Gunnar. 1 B69i« 

— Light of her countenance. 1 B69L 

— Modem Vikings. 1 B69M 

— Queen Titania. 1 B69<| 

— Story of Norway. 948 B69 
Boyhood of Christ Wallace. J232 W15 
Boyhood of great men. Edgar. J920 £d3 
Boyhood of Martin Luther. Mayhew. 

922 L97M 
Boynton, E. C. History of West Point. 355 B 71 
Boynton, Henry. World^s greatest conflict. 

/ 321 B71 

Boys and girls in biology. Stevenson. 570 8t4 
Boy'» book of battle-lyrics. English. J81 1 En3 
Boy's book of famous rulers. Farmer. 

J923.1 F22 
Boys' heroes. Hale. J923 H13 
Boys in blue. Hoge. 973.7 H67 
Boys in the mountains. Rideing. J917.3 R43 
Boy's Eling Arthur; ed. by Sidney Lanier. Mal- 
ory. J398.2 M29 
Boys of 1812 and other naval heroes. Soley. 

J973.5 So4 
Boys of *76; batties of the Revolution. Coffin. 

973.3 CG5B 
Boys of '61. Coffin. 973.7 C65B 

Boy's Percy; reliques of ancient English poetry; 
ed. by Sidney Lanier. Percy. J821 P41L 
Boys' useful pastimes. Griffith. J790 ^87 

Boy's workshop. Waite. J680 W13 

Brace, C. L. Gesta Christi. 309 B72 

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Brachvogel, A. E. Beaumarchais. 3 B72 

Brackcnridge, H. M. Persons and places in the 
West 923.4 B72 

Bracketty A. C. Education of American girls. 

376 B72 

— and Elioty I. M., camp. Silver treasury. 

821 B72 
Bracketty C. F., arid others. Electricity in daily 

life. 537.8 B72 

Braddon, M. E. See Maxwell, M. E. (B.) 
Bradley, Edward. {Cuthbert Bede.) Adventures 

of Mr. Verdant Green. 2 B72A 

Bradley, G. G. Recollections of Arthur Penrhyn 

Stanley. 922 St2 

Bradley, Henry. Story of the Goths. 943 B72 
Bradstreet, Anne. Campbell. Anne Bradstreet 

and her time. 928.11 B72C 

Braeme, C, M. {B. M, Clay,) Between two loves. 

1 B73B 

— Beyond pardon. 1 B73Be 

— Bitter atonement. 1 B73Bi 

— EarPs atonement. 1 B73E 

— Evelyn's folly. 1 B73Ev 

— Love works wonders. 1 B73Lv 

— Put asunder. 1 B73Pn 

— Repented at leisure. 1 B73Re 

— Struggle for a ring. 1 B73St 

— Thrown on the world. 1 B73Th 

— Under a shadow. 1 B731J 

— Woman's temptation. 1 B73 Wo 
Brain and its functions. Lays. 131 L97 
Brain and mind. Drayton and McNeill. 

139 D79 
Brakes. See Railroads. 

Bramston, Mary. Ralph and Bruno. J2 B73R 
Branch, O. E. Hamilton speaker. 808 B73 

Branch-builders. Wood. 590 W85 

Brand, John. Popular antiquities. 394 B73 

Brannt, W. T. Practical treatise on animal and 
vegetable fats and oils. 665 B73 

— tr, Kbupp and Wildbehqkr. Metallic alloys. 

669 K94 

— ed. Metal workers handybook. 669 B73 

— and Wahl, W. H., ed, Techno-chemical re- 

ceipt book. R660.3 B72 

Brant, Joseph. Stoks. Life of Joseph Brant. 2 v. 

970.1 B73 

— EooLESTON and Skelyx. Brant and Red 

Jacket. 970. 1 Eg3B 

Brassey, Annie, Lady, Around the world in the 

yacht ''Sunbeam.** 910.4 B73 

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910.4 B73I 

— Last voyage. 910.4 B73L 

— Sunshine and storm in the East. 910.4 B73S 
Brassey, Thomas, Baron. On work and wages. 

331 B730 
Brave men^s footsteps, anon, J020 B73 

Bravest five hundred of Hil. Bodenbongh, comp, 

973.7 R61 



BRAY. 



BROOKS, 



Brmjf Winiam, ed. Memoin of John Ereljm. 

928.28 Ev2 

BniTMiaiiy J. O. Daring deeds of American 

heroes. 973 B73 

BraziK AOASSUS. Joomey in BraziL 918.1 Agl 

— AxDRKWS. BraziL 918.1 AnS 

— Oswald. Dajrs and nights in the tropics. 

918.1 089 

— Smith. Brazil, Amazons, and the coast. 

918.1 Sm5 

Breakfast, dinner, and tea. antm, 641 B74 

Br^idlf, L. Demosthenes. 938 B74 

Bremer, Fredrika. Diary.— H—ftoiily.— Axel and 

Anna. 839.73 B75D 

— Home.— Strife and peace. 839.73 B75K 
-<- Life in the old world ; Switzerland and Italy. 2 v. 

914 B75 

— President's daughters.— Nina. 839.73 B75P 
Brentanoy Clemens. New fairy tales. 

J3 B75N 
Breton folk. Blackburn. 914.4 B56 

Brewer, E.G. Dictionary of miracles. R231 B75 

— Dictionary of phrase and fable. R423 B75 

— Historic note-book; with appendix of batUes. 

R903 B75 

— Reader's handbook of allnsions, pkitB, and stories. 

R803 B75 
Brewster, Sir David. Letters on natural magic 

133 B75 

— Life of Sir Isaac Newton. 935 N48B 
^Same. rev. ed. 935 N48B1 

— Martyrs of science. 935 B75 
Brewster, M.>S. First book of chemistry. 

J542 B75 
Bric-a-brac. Vobs. Bibelots and curios. 

739 V91 
Bric-a-brac series. 10 v. Stoddard, ed, 

928 St6 

Bridges, Mrs, {Mrs. Forrester,) Although he was a 

lord, and other tales. 2 B76A 

— Corisande, and other tales. 2 B76C 

— I have lived and loved. 2 B76I 
-June. 2 B76J 
-Mignon. 2 B76IIII 

— My lord and my lady. 2 B76III7 

— Omnia vanitas. 2 B70O 

— Once again. 2 B760n 

— Rhona. 2 B76Rh 

— Roy and Viola. 2 B76Ro 
-Viva. 2 B76V 
Bridges. Hutton. Washington Bridge. 

R624 H97 
Bridgman, L. D. Sampson. life and education 
of Laura Dewey Bridgman. 920.7 B76 

Brief handbook of American authors. Adams. 

R928.1 Adl 
Brief handbook of English authors. Adams. 

R028.2 Adl 

Brief history of tho Indian people. Mnnter. 

954 M91 



Briggs, C. A. American Presbyterianism. 

285 B76 

Briggs, L. B. R. Original charades. 793 B76 
Brigham, Amariah. Influence of mental cultiva- 
tion and mental excitement upon health. 

131 B76 

Bright, John. Smith. Life and speeches of John 

Bright 923.2 B7GS 

British animals. Harting. 599 M25 

British Colombia. Bancroft. History of British 

Columbia. in R970 B22 v32 

— Butler. Great lone land. 917.1 B97G 

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British goblins. Sikes. 398.4 Si2 
British India. 8 v. M array. 954 M96 
British poets, cabinet ed. 4 v. 821 B63 
British popular customs. Dyer. 394 D98 
British thoughts and thinkers. Morris. 192 M83 
Britons and Muscovites; or, Traits of two empires. 

Goild. 914 G94B 

Broad grins. Colman. 827 C71 

Brockett, L. P. {Philohiblius.) History and pro- 
gress of education. 370.9 B78 
Brocklesby, John. Amateur microecopist. 

578 B78 

Broderip, W. J. Zoological recreatioDS. 590 B78 
Brodhead, J. R. History of the State of New 
York. 2v. 974.7 B78 

Brodribb, W. J. Demosthenes. 885.6 B78 

Broglie, Albert, Due. de. Emg^s secret. 2 v. 

944 B78 
Broken walls of Jerusalem. Warner. 

220.9 W244 
Bronte, Anne. {Acton Bell.) Agnes Grey. 

in 2 B782W 

— Tenant of Wildf ell HalL 2 B781 
Bronte, Charlotte. See Nicholls, C. (B.) 
Bronte, Emily, {mis Bell.) Wuthering Heights. 

2 B782 

Brook, Sarah, pseud. See Stephen, C. E. 
Brook Farm to Cedar Mountain in the war of the 

great rebellian. Gordon. 973.7 G65 

Brookline, Mass.—Publie Library. Catalogue of 

the pubUc library. R019 B792 

Brooklfn Library, Brooklyn, N. Y. Analytical 

and classed catalogue. R019 B70 

Brooks, C.S. Silver cord. 2 B789S 

— Sooner or later. 2 B7898o 
Brooks, E. S. Chivalric days. J909 B79 

— Historic boys. J923 B79 

— Historic girls. J923 B79H 

— In Leisler's times. 1 B79 

— In No-man*s land. Jl B79 

— Son of Issachar. 1 B79S 

— Storied nolidays. Jl B798 

— Story of New York. J974.7 B79 

— Story of the American Indian. 970. 1 B79 

— Story of the American sailor. 073 B79S 

— Story of the American soldier. 973 B796o 
Brooks, H.M. Olden-Ume music. 780.9 B79 

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BROOKS. 



BRUSH. 



974 B79 



Brooks, H. M.— continued, 

— OldoD-timo serios. Ov. 

Content*. 
V. I. CurlosltluH of the old lotteiy. 

5. Taya of tho spinning wheel . 
8. New Eaglantl Sunday. 

4. Quaint and cuiiouM atlvertlsemeDts. 

6. Strang aud curiouM punishments. 
0. Literary cmrioHlUe*. 

BrookSy James. Seven months* nm aroond the 

world. 010.8 B79 

BrooksyNoah. Abraham Lincohi. J923.1 L63B 

— Boy emigrants. Jl B791B 

— Fairport nine. J 1 B791F 
BrookSy Phillips. Light of the world, and other 

sermons. 252 B79 

Br€M>k8, Shirley. See Brooks, C. S. 
Broaghy J. C. Fairy tales of science. J508 B79 
Brougham, Henry, Lord, Old England^ worthies. 

930 B79 
Croagham, John. Life, stx>ries, and poems; ed. by 

Wm. Winter. 928.22 B79 

Broaghton, Rhoda. Alas! a noveL 2 B79A 

-Belinda. 2 B79B 

— Ck)meth up as a flower. 2 B79C 

— Doctor Cupid. 2 B79D 

— ** Gk)od-byo sweetheart" 2 B79G 
-Joan. » B79J 
-Nancy. » B79N 

— Not wisely, but too welL 2 B79No 

— Rod as a roso is she. 2 B79R 

— Socond thoughts. 2 B79S 

— Talcs for Chrifitmas Eve. 2 B79T 
Brown, Alexander. Genesis of the United States. 

2v. 973.2 B81 

Brown, C. B. Arthur Morvyn. 1 B81A 

-Wieland. 1 B81W 

— DUNLAP. Memoirs of Charles Brockden Brown. 

928.13 B81 
Brown, D. W. American patent system. 

608 B81 
Brown, E. E. Child toilers of Boston streets. 

331.3 B81 

— Life of James Russell LowelL 928.11 I*96B 
Brown , G . P. Sewer-gas and its dangers. 

628 B81 
Brown, H.D. Two college girls. 1 B812 

Brown, H. T. Five hundred and seven mechani- 
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Brown, John. Rab and his friends.— Marjorie. 

2 B81 

— Spare hours. 3d series. 824 B81 
Brown, M. T. Synthetic philosophy of expression. 

808.5 B81 
Brown, Marshall. Wit and humor. 817 B81 
Brown, Robert Races of mankind. 4 V. 572 B18 

— ed. Our earth and its story ; a popular treatise 

on physical geography. 3 v. 551 B81 

Brown, S. G. Life of Rufus Choate. 2 v. 

923.4 €45 
Brown, Thomas. Taxidermist's manual. 

579 B81 



Brown, W. L. Manual of assaying gold, silver, 
copper, and lead. 669 B81 

Browne, D.J. Trees of America. 581.97 B81 

Browne, F. F., ed. Bugle-echoes ; collection of 
poems of the Civil War. 811 B81 

Browne, J. R. American family in Germany. 

914.3 B81 

— Apache country. 917.9 B81 

— Crusoe^s island, California and Washoe. 

910.8 B81 

— Land of Thor. 914 B«l 

— Resources of the Pacific slope. 622 B81 
Browne, Phillis. Mrs. Somervllle and Mary Car- 
penter. 925 So5B 

— What girls can do. 396 B81 
Browne, Lennox, and Behnke, Emil. Voice, 

song, and speech. 784.9 B81 

Browne, 5ir Thomas. Works. 8v, 828 B81 
Browne, T.M. Dorothy. 2 B812 

Browne, W.H. Biblo heroes. 922 B81 

— George Calvert and Cedlius, Barons Baltimore, 

of Baltimore. 923.2 €13 

— Maryland. 975.2 B81 
Brownell,W. C. French traits. 914.4 B81 
Brownies and bogles. Guiney. 398.4 G94 
Browning, Robert. Bits of burnished gold ; comp . 

by Rose Porter. 821.83 B82 

— Poetical and dramatic works. 7 v. 

821.83 B82P 

VontenU. . 
Y. 1. Pauline, etc 
S. Dramatic lyrics, etc. 

5. RinfT and the book . 

4. Christmas cvo and Easter day, etc. 

6. Red-cotton niirht«ap country, etc. ^ 

6. Aicamomnon of .ACechylus, etc. 

7. Asolando. 

— Cooke. Guidebook to the poetic and dramatic 

works of Robert Browning. 821.83 €77 

Brownlow, W. G. Sketches of tho rise, progress, 

and decline of Secession. 973. 7 B82 

Brownson, O. A. American republic. 

321 B82 

— Conversations on liberalism and tho church. 

282 B82 

— Convert ; or, leaves from my experience. 

282 B82C 

— Essays and reviews. 282 B82E 
Browsing among books. Woolson. 814 W88 
Brace, E. C. Century ; a history of the Centen- 
nial Exhibition. 606 B83 

— and others. Persons, places, and things. 

J010.8 B83 
Bruce, Henry. Life of Qea. Oglethorpe. 

923.5 Og5B 

Brugsch, H. K. {Brugsch-Bey.) Egypt under tho 

Pharaohs. 2 v. 932 B83 

— True story of the Exodus. 932 B83T 
Bmhns, Earl, ed. Life of Alexander von Hum- 
boldt. 2v. 925 1188 

Bmnet, Charles. Manuel du libraire et do Pama- 

teur de livres. 4o ^d. 5 v. R018 B83 

Brash, C.C. ColonePs opera cloak. 1 B83C 



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BRYAN, 



BURDETT. 



Bryaiiy Michael. Dictionary of painters and en- 
gravers. 2v. R027 B84 
Bryan, M. E. WUd work. 1 B84 
Bryant 9 W. C. Letters of a traveller. 

910.8 B84 

— Poems. 811 B84 

— Poetical works. 2 v. 811 B84P 

— FlxMO writings. 2 v. 818 B84 

— Studies in Bryant ; ed. by Joseph Alden. 

811 B84S 

~ and Gay 9 S. H. Popular history of the United 

States. 4v. 973 B84 

^tr. Homer. Iliad. 2 v. 883.1 B84I 

— ir. Homer. Odyssey. 2 v. 883.1 B840 

— ed. Family library of poetry and song. 

821 B84L 

— ed. Selections from tho American poets. 

811 B848C 

— BiGSiiOW. William CuUen Bryant. 

928.11 B84 

— Gk)DWiN. Biography of William Cullan Bryant. 

928.11 B84G 

— Hiu:^ William Cullen Bryant. 928.11 B84U 
Bryant and his friends. Wilson. R928.1 W69 
Bryce, James. American commonwealth. 2 v. 

342.73 B84 

— Holy Roman Empire. 943 B84 
Bryce, Lloyd. Romance of an alter ego. 1 B842 
Brydgesy Harold. Fortnight in heaven. 2 B84F 
Bryson^ Mrs, Child life in Chinese homes. 

J915.1 B84 
Buccaneers and marooners of America. Pyle. 

J910.4 P99 
Bnchanan^ James. Buchanan^s administration. 

973.6 B85 
Buchanan, Robert. Poems. 821 B85 

Buckeye cookery; with hints on practical house- 
keeping, anon, 640 B86 
Buckingham 9 George Villiers, 2d Duke of. Re- 
hearsal 822 B85 
Bncklandy F. T. Curiosities of natural history. 

Istr4th series. 4 v. 590 B852 

Buckle, n. T. Essays. 824 B85 

— History of civilization in England. 2 v. 309 B85 

— HuTH. Life and writings of Henry Thomas 

Buckle. 928.28 B85U 

Buckley, A. B. {Mrs, Fisher.) Fairy-land of 

science. 504 B85 

— Life and her children. 590 B85 

— Short history of natural science. 509 B85 

— Winners in life's race. 596 B85 
Buckley, J. M. Midnight sun. 914 B85 
Buddhism. Edkins. Chinese Buddhism. 

294 £d4 

— Habdt. Manual of Budhism. 294 H22 
Buddhist birth stories. Fausbtfll. 398.3 F27 
Budgen, L. M. See Reeve, Ifrs.'L. M. 
Buenos Ayres. See Argentine Republic. 
BfaffalOf N. Y.—PiMie Library, Finding list. 2 v. 

R017 B86 



Buflbn, Q. L. L., ComU de, BufTon^s natural his- 
tory; modernized. 591 B86 

Bugle-echoes; a collection of poems of the Civil 
War. Browne, ed. 811 B81 

Building. Baker. Treatise on masonry con- 
struction. 693 B17 

— Burn. Building construction; brick. 691 B93 

— Burn. Building construction ; masonry. 

690 B93 

— Clark. Building superintendence. 692 C54 

— OiLLMORE. Notes on tho compressive resistance of 

freestone, brick piors, otc. 691 G42 

— Hatfield. Amorican houso carpenter. 094 1128 

— Hodgson. Plaster and plastering. 693 H66 

— Hodgson. Practical carpentry. 694 H66 

— Kidder. Architect*s and builder^s pocke1>-book. 

690 K53 

— Sylvester. Modem house carpenter's compan- 

ion. 694 Sy6 

See also Plumbing. 
Building a home. Oakey. 728 Oa4 

Building and machine draughtsman, anon. 

744 B87 
Building of a brain. Clarke; 376 C55 

Building tho nation. Coffin. 973 C65 

Bulfinch 9 Thomas. Ago of chivalry. 398.2 B87 

— Age of fable. 20i b87 

— Legends of Charlemagno. 398.2 B87Ij 
Bunce, O. B. Adventures of Timias Terrystone. 

1 B879A 
Bundle of letters to busy girls. Dodge. 

396 D662 

Bungener, L. L. F. Calvin; his life, his labours, 

and his writings. 022 C13B 

— History of the council of Trent 270.6 B88 
Bunncr, H. C. Midge. i B88M 

— Short sixes. i B88S 

— Woman of honor. i B88W 

— Zadoc Pine, and other stoi ac«. 1 B88Z 
Bunseuy C. C. J., Baron von. Life of Martin 

Luther. ©22 L97B 

Bunsen, F. (W.), Baroness von. Hark. Life and 
letters of Frances, Baroness Bunscn. 

028.26 B88 
BunyaUy John. Pilgrim's progress. 2 B80 

— Same; ed. by Allen. 2 B88A 

— Same; ed. by Maguire. 2 B88JII 
Buonarrotiy Michelangelo. Clement. Michael- 

angelo. ©27 B88C 

— DUPPA. Life and works of Micliael Angelo. 

927 B88D 

— Orimm. I^e of Michael Angelo. 2 v. 

927 B88G 
Burbanky W. H. Photographic negative. 

770 B89P 

— Photographic printing methods. 770 B89Ph 
Burbridge, F. W. Gardens of the sun. 

919.1 B89 
Burdett, Charles. Beautiful spy. 1 B89 

— Life of Kit Carson. 923.9. C23B 



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BURDETTE. 



BUTTERWORTH. 



Bnrdette, R. J. Rise and fall of the mustache. 

817 B80 
Barges, George, ed. Greek anthology. 

880.8 BOI 
Borgess, N. G. Photograph manuaL 770 B9I 
Bnrglars in Paradise. Ward. in 1 W210 

Borgoyne's invasion in 1777. Drake. 073.3 D78 
Bnrke, Edmund. Sublime and beautifuL 704 B91 

— MORLBT. Burke. 023.2 B04M 
Barke, Finley. Law of public schools. 

370.73 BOI 
Burke, Sir J. B. Family romance of the aristoc- 
racy. 020 BOI 

— Rise of great families. 020 BOI 
Borke, Peter. Romance of the forum. 

34O.0 B02 
Borleaqnes. Thackeray. 828 T32Ba 

Bam, R. 8. Building construction ; brick. 2 v. 

601 B03 

— Building construction; masonry. 2 v. 690 B03 
Bamabyy F. G. Ride to Khiva. 015.8 B03 
Bamandy F. C. Happy thoughts. 827 B03 

— My health. 827 B03JI1 
Burnett, F.H. Editha's burglar. Jl B03E 

— Fair barbarian. 1 B03F 

— Haworth^s. 1 B03H 

— Little Lord Fauntleroy. Jl B03L 

— Little Saint Elizabeth, and other stories. 

Jl B03Li 

— Louisiana. 1 B03Lo 
— Miss Defarge. 1 HllBr 

— Pretty sister of Jos6. 1 B03Pr 
-> Sarah Crewe. Jl B038 

— Surly Tim. 1 B038 

— That lass o' Lowrie's. 1 B03Th 

— Through one administratian. 1 B03T 

— Vagabondia. 1 B03V 
Bamey, Frances. See Arblay, F. (B.) d'. 
Bamham, C. L. ^terly bought. 1 B032D 

— Mistress of Beech KnoH 1 B032JI1 

— Next door. 1 B032Br 

— No gentleman. 1 B032No 

— Sane lunatic 1 B032S 
Bornley, James. Sir Titus Salt and George Moore. 

026 8a3B 
Bornsy Robert. Life and works. 4 v. 821 B03 

— Bums calendar. 028.21 B03 

— Shairp. Robert Bums. 028.21 B03S 
Bnrr, Aaron. Parton. Life and times of Aaron 

Burr. 2v. 023.2 B05 

Bnrr, E. F. Aleph, the Chaldean. 1 B04A 

— Pater mundi. 213 B04 

— Same. 2d series. 213 B04D 
Borr, S. D. V. Tunneling under the Hudson 

River. 622.2 B04 

Barritt, Elihu. Nobthekd. Elihu Burritt 

024 B04Br 
Barroaghsy John. Locusts and wild honey. 

814 B04L 

— Wake-robin. 814 B04W 
^ Winter sunshine, 814 B04Wi 

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Borroaghsy John— continued, 

— and others, EaasLyB from " The Critic." 

814 B04E 
Bttrstenbinder, Elizabeth. (E, Werner.) Alpine 

'*y- ' 3 B04 

— Banned and blessed. 3 B04B 

— Saint Michael. 3 B04S 
Bnrt, N. C. Land and its story. 015.6 BOS 
Barton, J. H. History of Scotland. 9 v. 

941 BOS 
Barton, Robert (Democritus Junior.) Anatomy 

of melancholy. 132 B05 

Borton, Warren. Culture of the observing facul- 

^es. 372 1195 

Bartoo, W. K., and Pringel, Andrew. Proceeees 

of pure photography. 770 BOS 

Basch, Merits. Bismarck in the Franco-Oerman 

^ar. 8v. 923.2 B54 

Bash, George. Life of Mohammed. 022 M72B 
Bosh, R. J. Reindeer, dogs, and snow-shoes. 

91S.7 BOO 
Boshnell, Horsoe. Nature and the supernatural 

231 BOO 
Botier, Alban. Lives of the saints. 4 v. 

022 B07 
Botier, B. F. Blajtd. Life of Benjamin F. But- 
ler. 023.4 B07B 
Botier, Joseph. Analogy of religion. 210 B07 

— Collins. Butler. 022 B071C 
Botier, Samuel, English poet. Hudibras. 

827 BOS 

— Poetical works. 821 B07 
Botier, SamueL Unconscious memory. 1S4 B07 
Botier, W. A. Oberammeiigau. R811 B07 
Botier, W. F. Great lone land. 017. 1 B07G 

— Ventilation of buildings. 607 B07 

— Wild north land. 1 7. 1 B07 W 
Bott, B. M. Eugenie. 2 B08E 

— Geraldine Hawthorne. 2 B08G 
Botterflles. Scodder. 505.7 Sco2 
Botterworth, Hezeldah. Great composers. 

027 B08 

— Story of the hynms. 245 B08 

— Young folks* history of America. 073 B08 Y 

— Young folks' history of Boston. 074.4 B98 Y 

— Zigzag joume3rs in Acadia. JOl 7. 1 B08 

— Zigzag journeys in classic lands. JOl 4 B08C 

— Zigzag journeys in Europe. JO 14 B08E 

— Zigzag journeys in India. J015.4 B08 

— Zigzag journeys in Northern lands. 

J014.3 B08 

— Zigzag journeys in the Antipodes. JOl 5.0 B08 

— Zigzag journeys in the British Isles. 

J014.2 B08 

— Zigzag journeys in the great Northwest 

J017.0 B08 

— Zigzag journeys in the Levant. JO 15.6 B08 

— Zigzag journeys in the Occident. JOl 7.3 B08 

— Zigzag journeys in the Orient J014 B08O 

— Zigzag journeys in the sunny South. 

J017.5 B08 



BUXTON. 



CAMPBELL. 



Buxton, B. H. From tfae wings. 

— GFreat Orenf ell gardens. 

— Jennie of "the Prince's,'* 

— Neil— on and off the stage. 

— Won. 



2 B984F 
2 B984G 
2 B984J 
2 B984Br 
2 B984W 



Bvxton, H. J. W, English painters. 

759.2 B98 

— and Poynter, K J. German, Flemish, and Dutch 

painting. 759.3 B98 

By-ways of Europe. Taylor. 914 T21 



Bynner, E. L. Agnes Surriage. 1 B99A 

— Begum's daughter. 1 B99B 

— Tritons. 1 B99T 
Byrnes, Thomas. Professional criminals of 

America. R923.4 B99 

Byron, O. O. N., Lord. Poetical works. 5 v. 

821 B99 

— Oalt. Life of Lord Byron. 928.21 B99G 

— MooBX. Letters and journals of Lord Byron. 2 v. 

928.21 B96JIIO 



Cable, O. W. Bonaventure. 

— Creoles of Louisiana. 

— Dr. Sevier. 

— Grandissimes. 

— Madame Delphine. 

— Old Creole days. 

— Silent South. 



1 CUB 
976.3 Cll 
] CllD 
1 CllG 
1 CUM 
1 Clio 
326.8 Cll 



— Strange true storieB of Louisiana. 1 C118 
Caboty J. K Memoir of Ralph Waldo Emerson. 

928.14 Em3C 
Caddy, Florence. Through the fields with Linnieus. 

925 L64 
Ckmut, Julius. Abbott. Histoxy of Julius Cffisar. 

J923 Cll A 
^ Napolbon m, Emperor of Frarice, History of 
JuUusCsBsar. 2 v. 923.1 CllBT 

Cage and chamber-bird& Bechstein. 598.2 B38 
Caine, HalL See Caine, T. H. 
Caiiie,T. H. Bondman. 2 C12B 

— Denuter. 2 C12D 

— She's all the world to me. 2 C12S 
Caird, James. Prairie farming in America. 

630 C12 
Cairnes, J. E. Essays on political economy. 

330 C12 

»• Some Iflnding principles in political economy new- 
ly expounded. 330 C12S 

Calcalas. Bowser. Elementary troatiae on 
differential and integral calculus. 517 B68 
See alto Mathematics. 

Caldecotty Randolph. Blackburn. Randolph 
Caldecott 927 C13B 

CalhoaByJ. C. Works, b v. 815 C12 

— HoLBT. John C. Calhoun. 923.2 C12U 
California. Avert. Calif omian pictures. 

917.93 Av3 

— Babcboit. California interpocula. 

in R970 B22 v35 

— B AKOBOFi; California pastoraL 

in R970 B22 v34 

— BABCBorr. History of CaUf omia. 

in R970 B22 ¥18-24 

— COHX. Two jBen in California. 

917.94 C75 

— FufcuoRT. Far^wiegtsketchea 917.94 F88 



— HiTTELL. Resources of California. 

917.94 H63 

— Kino. Mountaineering in the Sierra Nevada. 

917.94 K58 

— Ldtdley. California of the South. 

917.94 Ii64 

— Roberts. Santa Barbara and around there. 

917.94 R54 

— ROYCB. California. 979.4 R81 

— Taylor. Between the gates. 917.94 T212 

— Taylor. Eldorado. 917.94 T21 
Californiay University of, Berkeley^ Cal, Li- 
brary bulletin, no. 3-11. R016 C12 

Calisthenics. See Gymnastics. 

Callcott, Lady Maria. Little Arthur^s history of 

England. J942 C13 

Callimachas. Works ; tr. by J. Banks. 

in 883.2 B22 
Caloric. See Heat. 
Calvin, John. Bungener. Calvin ; his life, his 

labours, and his writings. 922 C13B 

Calvoy J. B. Republic of Costa Rica ; tr. from 

the Spanish. 917.28 C13 

Cambridge, Ada. Marked man. 2 C138JI1 

Cameron, H. L. In a grass country. 2 CI 41 

— Worth winning. 2 C14W 
Cameron, V. L. Among the Turks. 

915.6 C14 

— Jack Hooper. J2 C14 
Camo^ns, Luis de. Lusiad ; tr. by W. J. IdUckle. 

861 C14 
Camp-fires of Nf^wleoQ. Watson. 944 W33 
Camp life in Fk>rida. Hallock. 91T.59 H15 
Camp life in the woods, and tricks of trapping and 

trap making. Gibson. 799 G35 

Campaign of ChanoellorsviUe. Dodge. 

973.7 D66C 
Campaigning on the Ozus and the fall of Khiva. 

MacGahan. 915.8 M17 

Campaigns of the Army of the Potomac. Swin- 

ton. 973.7 Sw6 

Campbell, Sir Colin, 1st Baron Clyde. See Clyde, 

Colin Campbell, Ist Baron, 
Campbell, Sir G^eorge. White and black in the 

United States. 917.3 C15 



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CAMPBELL. 



CARPENTER. 



Campbelly Helen. Anne Bradstreet and her time. 

028.11 B72C 

— Mias Melinda's opportunity. 1 C15Mi 

— Mrs. Hemdon^s income. 1 C15M 

— Problem of the poor. 330 CIS 

— Under green apple boughs. 1 C15U 

— What-todo Club. Jl C15W 
Campbell 9 John, Baron. Lives of the chief jus- 
tices of England. 4v. 023.4 C15C 

— Lives of the lord chancellors and keepers of the 

great seal of England. 11 v. 023.4 C15L 

— Habdcastle. Life of John, Lord Campbell. 

2v. 023.4 C15 

Campbell, Thomas. Complete poetical works. 

821 C15C 

— Pleasures of hope. 821 C15P 

— Poetical works. 821 C15Fo 
Campbell-Praed, Mrs, See Praed, Mrs. Camp- 
bell. 

Camps in the Carribees. Ober. 017.20 Ob2 

Canada. Buttebwobthl Zigzag journeys in 

Acadia and New France. J 1 7. 1 B08 

— Champney. Great grandmother's girls in New 

France. J071 C35 

— Chase. Over the border. 017.16 C38 

— Dau^t. In the land of the moose, the bear, and 

the beaver. J017.12 D20 

— Dent. Canada since the Union of 1841. 

071 D43 

— Smalx.. Canadian hand-book and tourist's guide. 

017.1 8ml 
See also Maritime Proviiices; — North 
America. History, 
Canals. Lesseps. SuezCanaL 626 L56 

Canary Islands. Rtjjs. West African islands. 

014.6 E15 
Candole , Alphonse de. Origin of cultivated plants. 

580 C16 
Canfieldy C. W., ed. American »"ti"«»i of photo- 
graphy, 1887. 770 Am3 
Canoe and camera. Steele. 017.41 St3C 
Canoe and the sa<ldle. Winthrop. 017.7 W725 
Cape Cod. Thorean. 017.44 T30C 
Capcsy W. W. Roman empire of the second cen- 
tury. 037 C17 

— Roman history. 037 C17R 
Capital. See Labor and Capital. 

Capital and population, llawley. 331 1131 
Capitals of Spanish America. Cartis. 018. C04 
Captain Cook. Kingston. 010.4 K61 

Captains of industry. 2 v. Parton. 020 P25 
Captnrinfc a locomotive. Pittenger. 073.7 P68 
Cards. See fSames and Amnsements. 
Cards; their significance and jiroper uses. Long- 
street. 305 L86G 
Carey, Annie. Autobiography of a lump of coal. 

540 C18 

— Threads of knowledge. 677 C18 
Carey, H. C. Harmony of interests. 330 CI 811 
-^ Manual of social science; condensed from his 

'^Principles of social Bciepee.'' 330 C18JI1 



Carey, H. C. — continued, 

— Past, the present, and the future. 330 C18P 

— Principles of social scienoQ. 330 C18Pr 
Carey, R.N. Heriot*& choioe. 2 C18H 

— Lover or friend. 2 C18I« 

— Only the governess. 2 C180 

— Search for BasU Lyndhurst 2 Cl^S 
Caricatare and other comic art Parton. 

741 P25 
Caricature history of the Geoiiges. Wright. 

827 W03 
Carlen, E. F. Brothers' bet. 830.73 CIO 

— Lover's stratagem. 830.73 C10I< 
Carleton, pseud. See Coffin, C. C. 

Carle ton, J. W. (Craven.) Young sportman's 

manual 700 CIO 

Carleton, WilL FarmbaUads. 811 ClOFb 

— Farm festivals. 811 ClOFf 

— Farm legends. 811 ClOFl 
Carleton, William. Black baronet 2 ClOB 

— Black prophet. 2 ClOBl 

— Emigrants of Ahadarra. 2 ClOE 

— Fardorougha, the miser. 2 CI OF 

— Poor scholar. 2 ClOP 

— Traits and stories of Irish peasantry. 2 ClOT 

— Valentine ITChitchy. 2 ClOV 
Carlyle, Thomaa. Critical and miscellaneous essays. 

7v. 824 CIO 

— Same, newed. 824 ClOC 

— Early kings of N(n-way. 048 CIO 

— French Revolution. 2 v. 044 CIO 

— Heroes and hero worship. 824 CIOII 

— History of Frederick, the Great 6 v. 

023.1 F012C 

— Past and present 824 ClOP 

— Reminiscences. 028.24 ClOFr 

— Sartor resartus. 824 ClOS 

— and Emerson, R. W. Correspondence. 2 v. 

028.24 ClON 

— ed. Cboxwell. Letters and speeches. 2 v. 

023.1 C88C 

— Sam^ rev. ed. 5 v. 023.1 C88C2 

— Fboude. Thomas Carlyle. 2 v. 028.24 CI OF 
Carnegie, Andrew. American four-in-hand in 

Britain. 014.2 C21 

— Triumphant democracy. 017.3 C21 
Carpenter, E. B. South-county neighbors. 

1 C222S 
Carpenter, F. De T. Round about Rio. 1 C22 
Carpenter, J. E. Popular readings in prose and 
verse. 808 C22 

Carpenter, Mary. Bbownb. Mhl Some^ville and 
Biary Carpenter. 025 So5B 

Carpenter, S. H. English of the fourteenth cen- 
tury. 820 C22 

— Introduction to the study of the Anglo-Saxon 

language. 420 C22 

Carpenter, W.B. Mental physiology. 131 C22 

— Vegetable phyBiok)gy. 581 C22 

— Zoology. 9v, 500 C2? 



m 



CARPENTER. 



CATALOGUES. 



Carpenter 9 W . M. , ed . Wood's household practioe 
of medidiie, hygiene, and soi^gery. R610 C22 

Carpentnr. See Building* 

Carr, Alaile. Treherne^ temptation. 2 C23T 

Carry Luden. Miawari. 977.8 C23 

Carrel, J. B. ' N. A., and others. Counter-revolu- 
tion in England. 942 C23 

Carriage Making. Scbibneb. Complete carri- 
age and wagon painter. 684 Sch7 

Carricky J. D., and others. Laird of Logan. 

827 C23 
Carringtoiiy H. B. Battles of the American Revo- 
lution, 1775-81. 973.3 C23 
Carrington, Kate. AschenbroedeL 1 C23 
Carroll 9 Lewis, pseud. See Dodgsoiiy C. L. 
Carmthersy Robert Life of Alexander Pope. 

928.21 P81 
Carson 9 Christopher. Abbott. Christopher Car- 
son. 923.9 C23 

— BuBDETT. Life of Slit Carson. 923.9 C23B 
Carter, A G.W. Old court house. 340.9 C24 
Carter, N.H. Two girls abroad. 914 C24 
Carthage. Cijubch. Btory of Carthage 935 C47 
Cartwright, Julia. Mantegna and Franda. 

927 M312 
Cary, Alice and Fhoebe, Hudson. Memorial of 

Alice and FhcBbe Cary. 928.11 C25 

Cassell'sbook of sports and pastimes. J790 C27 
Cassell's history of the Russo-Turkish war. 

2t. Oilier. 947 014 

CasseU's history of the United States. Oilier. 

973 014 
Cassell's history of the war between France and 

Germany. Oilier. 943 014 

Cassell's library of English literature; ed. by H. 

Horley. 8 v. 820.8 C27 

Cassell's popular educator. 6 v. 370.3 C26 

Cassell's technical educator. 607 T22 

Castilian days. Hay. 914.6 H32 

Catalogues. Amkbican ANTiQUABiAir Societt, 

Worcester, Mass. Catalogue. R019 Am32 

— Axes Fbxx Librabt, North Easton, Mass. 

Catalogue. 2 v. R019 Am3 

— Afpueton. Library manual. R017 Ap5 

— AppBxmnCES' TiTBRARY, New York. Finding 

list R017 Ap6 

— Beabdsley Librabt, West Winsted, Ct. Cat- 

alogue. R019 iS38 

— Bkboxr Libbabt, Bergen, N. J, Catalogue. 

R017 B45 

— BOHN. Catalogue of books. R017 B63 

— BoSTOir Athxn JBUM, Boston, Mass. Catalogue 

of the Ubrary. 5 V. R019 B65 

— BoBTOV, 'iiAaa.^PiMio Library. Bulletins. 

R018 B651 

— BOSTOV, "Habs.— Public Library. Catalogue of 

books of history, biography, and travels. 

R016.9 B651 

— BosTOir, Mass.— IVUic Li&rarv. Catalogue of 

Sngliah pirose fictioQ and books for the young. 

R010.8 JB051 



Catalogaes— con^ifMi«d. 

~ Boston, Mass.— i^iUio l><brary. Catakigue of 
poetry, drama, etc. R019 B651 

— BowDonr Collbob, Brurutwick, Me. Catalogue 

of library. R018 B67 

— Bbookline, MABS.—Publio Library. Catalogue. 

R019 B792 
^ Bbookltn Library, Brooklyn, N. Y. Analy- 
tical and clasBed catalogue. R019 B79 

— Brxtnet. Manuel du libraire de Pamateur de 

livres. 4e. ^ 5 v. R018 B83 

— Buffalo, N. Y.— Public Library. Finding list 

2v. R017 B86 

— California, University of, Berkeley, Cal. 

Library bulletins, no. 8-11. R016 C12 

— Chicago, III.— Pitftlic Library. Catalogue of 

English prose fiction and juvenile books. 

R016 F44 

— Chicago, Iht.,— Public Library. Finding list of 

German literature. R016 G31 

— Chicago, III.— PuUie Library. Finding list of 

history and biography. R016 H62 

— Chicago Law Institutb, Chicago, JU. Cata- 

logue. R017 C43 

— Same. rev. ed. R017 C43C 

— Cincinnati, Ofao—Public Library. Bulletin of 

literature and science, 1878-90. 12 v. 

R018 C49 

— Cincinnati, Ohio— i^«Wio Library, Catalogue 

and index. R019 C49 

— Cincinnati, Oiao— Public library. Catalogue 

of dramas and dramatic poems. R016 B79 

— Cleveland, Ohio— Public Library. Alphabetic 

catalogue of the English books in the drculatiiig 
department* R019 C59 

— College of Kew Jersey, Princeton, N. J. Sub- 

ject catalogue of the library. R019 C67 

— Concord, Mas& — Free Public Library, Cati^ 

logue. R019 C74 

— Datton, Ovio— Public JJbrary, Catalogue. 

R019 D33 

— DErBorr, Michioan— i\i&{io Library. General 

catalogue. R019 D48 

— Detroit, Michigan— PuMio Xi&rary. Bulletin 

no. 1-2. 18W)-90. R019 D48B 

— Enoch Pratt Free Library, Batttmore, Md. 

Finding list. 1890. R017 EnS 

— Fall River, 'hSjiBR.— Public Library. Catalogue. 

R019 F19 

— Fitghburo, Mass.— i\i&2io Library. Claasifled 

catalogue. R017 F55 

— Hartford Young Men's Institute, Hartford^ 

Ct, Catalogue of the Ubrary. R019 H35 

— Haverhill, Mass.— i\*6iio Library, Catalogue. 

R019 H29 

— Haverhill, Mass.— JPiiftiio. Library, 1st, 2d 

Bulletins. R019 H29B 

— HOBOKEN, N. J,—Free Public Library. Finding 

list R017 H65 

— Jersey Cmr, N. J.^PvbUo School Free library. 

CtttnloenM. R017 J48 



CATALOGUES. 



' i 



CATHERINE. 



Cataloguev— eofifintced. 

— LiBRABT CoMPAinr or Philadxiphia, FhUadd- 

phia, JRmn.— Catalogue of the bookg. 1807. 

R017 Ii61 

— LiB&ABT CoxPAinr of Philaoxlfhia, PhilOr 

delphictf i^ii.— BuItetfiL new serieB, no. 23-26. 

R018 Ii61 

— T<nRnj.ARD LiBBABT, Jersey Cfity, N. J, Cata- 

logue of books, magazines, and newspapers; 
comi>. by L. J. Qordon. R018 Ii89 

— Low, Sampson, camp, Wnglish catalogue of 

books, 1835-80. St. R015 L05 

— Low, Sampson, comp, English catalogue of 

books, 1881-date. R015 L95X 

— Low, Sampson, eomp. Index to the TGr^gi^a^ 

catalogueof books, 1837-60. St. R015 L95I 

— Lynn, Mass.— i'Vee Public Library, Catalogue. 

B019 L99 

— Lynn, Mass.— .FVve Publie Library. Bulletin, 

no.1. 1888. R019 L99B 

— Mkrcawtile Library, New York, Catalogue. 

R017 M53 

— MmcANmjB TjTBrary Association, San Fran- 

cisoOf Cal, Catalogue of the library. 

R019 M53 

— Mkbcantilx Library Association, San Frattr 

oiBOOf CaL Catalogue of books added 1874-75. 

R019 M53C 

— Mercantile Library Association, <S!an Fran- 

eisGO, CaL Clam list for English prose fiction. 

R016 F44M 

— MiCHiOAN—Slto^tf Library. Catalogue. 

R017 M58 

— MicmoAN— iStoee Library. Catalogue Ist-Sd 

supplements. R017 H58C 

— Milwaukee, WiB.—PubUo Library. Systematio 

catalogue. R017 JII64 

— Minneapolis, Mnnr.— l\i^to Library. Finding 

list 1800. R017 M66 

— Minneapolis,' Minn.— l\cMio Library, finding 

list of English prose fiction. R016 F44Mi 

^New Bedford, Mass.— JVee Publio Library. 

Catalogue. R019 N43 

— New Bedford, Mas&— JVee Publio Library. 

Bulletin of English prose fiction. R016 F44N 

— New Hayen, Cr.—Free Public Library. Cata- 

logue. R017 N45 

— New Hayen, Ct.— ,FVee Publio Library. 1st 

Supplement R017 N4{^S 

— New York Free CiROUULTiNa Library, New 

York. — Oeorge Bruce Brctneh. Catalogue of 
English books. R019 N48G 

— New York Free Circulatino Library, New 

York. — Jcuikton Square Branch. Catalogue of 
English books. R019 N48J 

— New York Free CmcuLATiNO Library, New 

York. — OUendorfer Branch, Catalogue of Eng- 
lish and German books. R019 N480 

— New York Society Library, New York. Al- 

phabetical and analytical catalogue. 

R018 N42 



Catalognes — continued. 

— Newark, N. 3. —Free Public Library. Finding 

list R017 N42 

— Peoria, 111.— Public Library. Reference list ; 

novels and juveniles. R016 F44P 

— Portland, Me.— i^i52io Li&rary. Catalogue of 

book& 1890. R019 P83 

— Princeton Thbolooical Seminary, Princeton^ 

N.J. Catalogue of the library. R017 P93 

— Providencb Athenjbux- iYovidence, R. I. First 

supplementary catalogue. R019 P94 

— Publishers' trade list annual, 1876, '81. 

R015.73 P96 

— QiTiNCY, Mass.— i\c&2io Library. Catalogue. 

R019 Q4 

— QniNCY, Mass.— i^&Iie Li&rary. Catalogue sup- 

plement, no. 1-3. R019 Q4C 

— St. JoHNSBURYATHENiBUM, St. Johnsbury^ VI. 

Catalogue of library. R0i9 Sa2 

— Salem, Mass.— PuUio Library. Finding list, 

1889. R017 Sa3 

— Salem, Mass.— l\i^io Library. l8t-2d Supple- 

ment R017 Sa3S 

— Sargent, comp, Reading for the young. 

R028 Sa7 

— Silas Bronson Library, Waterbury, Ct. 

Finding list R017 Si3 

— Taunton, Mass.— i\c5Iie Library. Catalogue. 

R017 T19 

— Taunton, Mas&— i\i52to Library. Ist-Sd Sup- 

plement R017 T19S 

»- ToovEY. Catalogue of books in various languages 
remarkable for beauty of condition. 

R018 T6I 

— ToFKKA, Kan.— JVee Publio Library. Catalo- 

gue. 1880. R017 T62 

— ToPEKA, Kan.— fVee Public Library. Ist Sup- 

plement R017 T62S 

— Union for Christian Work, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Catalogue of the free circulating library. 

R019 Un3 

— United States Military Academy, West 

Point, N, Y, Catalogue of the library. 

R017 Un3 

— Whitaker. Reference catalogue of current 

literature. R015 W58 

— VJiaco^Bis— Stale Historical Society, Catalogue 

oftheUbrary. R019 St2 

— Worcester, Mass.— .FVce Publio Library, Cata- 

logue of the circulating department 

R019 W89 
Catechism of high pressure steam engines. Roper. 

R62ia 68C 
Catechism of the locomotive. Forney* 

621.1 F76 
Catechism of the steam engine. Bourne* 

621.1 B79 

Cathedral days. Dodd. 914.2 D66 

Catherine II, Empress of Russia, Schmucker. 

Memoirs of Catherine II, Empress of RusEda. 

923.1 C28 



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CATHERWOOD. 



CHAPTERS. 



Catherwoody M. H. Old caravaii days. 1 C38 

— Rocky Fork. Jl C28R 

— Romance of Dollard. 1 C28Ro 

— SecraUiatRoselAdies. Jl C288 

— Story of Tonty. 1 C288t 

— and others. Brave girls. Jl C28B 
Catholic Church. iSse Roman Catholic Charch, 
Catholic woTBhip. Oakeley. 282 Oa4C 
Caton, J. D. Summer in Norway. 914.8 C20 
Cats. JOHONNOT. Book of cats and dogs. 

J591.5 J06 

— Weib. Our cats and all about them. 

636.8 W43 
Catskiilsy N. F. Sxabino. Land of Rip Van 
Winkle. 917.47 Sel 

Cattermoley GJeorge. Evenings at Haddon HalL 

2 C29 

Catallas, C. V. Dayies. Catullus, TibuUus, and 

Fropertius. 874 D28 

Caalleildy S. F. A. and Saward, B. C, ed. 

Dictionary of needlework. R746 C31 

Canntery Hobart Romance of history ; India^ 

2 C31 

Cav^y M. E. Cav^ method for learning to draw 

from memory. 741 C31 

— Color. 752 C31 
Caves. See Geology. 

Cazellesy M. K Outline of the evolution philoeophy. 

146 C31 

Cazin » Achilles. Phenomena and laws of heat. 

536 C31 

C^Udre, PauL Startling exptoits of Dr. J. B. 
Qui&s. 4 C33 

Cellini, Benvenuto. Memoirs. 927 C33 

Centennial Exhibition. See Exhibitions. 

Central African. See ADrlc^a. 

Central America. Bakcboft. History of Cen- 
tral America. in R970 B22 v. 6-8 

— Calvo. RepubUc of Costa Rica. 917.28 C13 

— Charles. Honduras ; land of great depths. 

917.28 C38 

— HsLXiWAiiD. Central America, West Indies, and 

South America. 918 H36B 

— Squikb. Adventures on the Mosquito shore. 

917.28 Sq4 
Century illustrated monthly magazine, 1870— date. 

V. 1-dato, with index. R051 C33 

Century ; a history of the Centennial Exhibition. 

Bmoe. 606 B83 

Century of aneodoto. Timbs. 808 T48 

Century of dishonor. Jackson. 970.5 J12 
Ceramics. See Pottery and Porcelain. 
Cemnschiy Henri Nomisma ; or, Legal tender. 

332 C33 
Certain dangerous tendencies in American life. 

Hanikon. 330 H24 

Certain men of mark. Towle. 923 T65 

Certified copies of original maps of Hudson County, 

N.J. Spielmann and Brush. R912 8p4C 
Cervantes Suavedray Miguel de, Don Quixote. 

6 C33 



Cesnola, L. P. di. Cyprus. 913.93 C33 

Ceylon. Haecksl. Visit to Ceylon. 915.4 Hll 

— EInox. Adventures of two youths in a journey 

to Ceylon and India. J915.4 K77 

Chadboumey P. A. Lectures on natural history. 

590 C34 
Chadwicky J. W. The man Jesus. 232 C34 

Chair of Peter. Murphy. 282 M95 

Chaldea. Ragozin. Story of Chaldea. 

935 R12C 
Challicey A. £. Illustrious women of France. 

923.1 C35 

— Memories of French imlaoee. 944 C35 
Chalmers, James. Pioneering in New Ghiinea. 

919.5 C35 

Chalmers, Thomas. Power, wisdom, and the 

goodness of Ood. 210 C35 

— Fraser. Thomas Chakners. 922 C35 
Chamberlain, N. H. Autobiography of a New 

England farm house. 1 C361 

Chambers, Julius. Mad world and its inhabitants. 

362.2 C35 

Chambers, Robert, ed. Book of days. 2 v. 

R903 C35 
Chambers, T. W. Memoirs of fhe life and char- 
acter of Theodore Frelinghuysen. 923.2 F88 
Champlin, J. D., Jr, War for the Union. 

J973.7 C35 

— Toung folks' catechism of common things. 

J502 C35 

— Toung folks' cyclopsedia of common things. 

R031 C35C 

— Young folks' cyolopsedia of persons and places. 

R031 C35Y 

Champney, E. W. Oreat-grandmother's girls in 

New France. J971 C35 

— Great-grandmother's girls in New Mexico. 

J978.9 C35 

— Howling Wolf and his trick-pony. Jl C35H 

— Three Vaasar girls at home. 917.3 C35 

— Three VasBar girls in Italy. 914.5 C35 

— Three Vassar girls in Russia and Turkey. 

914.7 C35 

— Three Vassar girls inSouth America. 918 C35 

— Three Vassar girls on the Rhine. J914.3 C35 
Chancellorsville and Gettysburg. Doubleday. 

973.7 D74 
Chaney, G. L. Aloha. 919.69 C36 

— F. Grant and Co. Jl C36F 

— Tom. Jl C36T 
Chanler, A. (R.) Brother to dragons. 1 C36 

— Quick or the dead ? 1 C36Ct 

— Virginia of Virginia. 1 C36V 

— Witness of the sun. 1 C36W 
Chapin, J. H. Creation and the early develop- 
ments of society. 213 C36 

Chaplin, H. W. Five handred dollars. 1 C363 
Chapman, George. Works. 821 C36 

— Swinburne. George Chapman. 928.21 C37 
Chapters in popular natural history. Lubbock. 

590 l478 



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CHAPTERS. 



CHEMISTRY. 



Chapters on animala Hamerton* 590 HIT 
Chapters on evolution. Wilson* 575 WdO 

Chapters on the theory and history of banking. 
Dnnbar. 332 D91 

Character. Smiles. 170 Sm4 

Character and characteristic men. Whipple. 

814 W58C 
Characteristics of Shakespeare^s women. Jame- 
son. 396 J23 
Characteristics of volcanoes. Dana. 

551.2 D19 
Charades. Bbioos. Original charades. 

793 B76 

Charles I, King of England, Abbott. History 

of£:ingCharle8l.,of£nghind. J923 C3812A 

Charles 11, King of England. Abbott. History 

of £[ing Charles II., of England. 

J923.i C3822A 
Charles, Cecil. Honduras ; the land of great 
depths. 917.28 C38 

Charles, E. R. Against the stream. 2 v. 

2 C38A 

— Bertram family. 2 v. 2 C38B 

— Chronicles of ^e 8ch5nberg-Cotta family. 

2 C38C 

— Conquering and to conquer. 2 C38Ca 

— Cottage by the cathedraL 2 C38Co 

— Diary of Kitty Trevylyan. 2 C38D 

— Draytons and the Daven^ints. 2 C38Dr 

— Early dawn. 2 C38E 

— Joan, the maid. 2 C38J 

— Lapsed, but not lost. 2 C38Ii 

— On both sides of the sea. 2 C380 

— Victory of the vanquished. 2 C38V 

— Winifred Bertram. 2 C38W 
Charnay , D^sir^. Ancient cities of the new world. 

917.2 C38 
Charts, See Atlases. 

Chase, E.B. Over the border. 917.16 C38 

Chastelard; a tragedy. Swinbamc. 

822 Sw6C 
Chatterton, Thomas. Poetical works. 821 C39 
Chaacer, Qeottrey. Ward. Chaucer. 

926.21 C39 
Chaavenct, William. Spherical and practical 
astronomy. 2 v. 522 C39 

Checkley, Edwin. Natural method of physical 
training. 613 C41 

Cheever, G. B. Memorabilia. 922 C41 

Cheever, H. T. Life in the Sandwich Islands. 

919.69 C41 
CheUis,M.D. Mystery of the Lodge. 1 C41JI1 
Chemical effect of the spectrum. Eder. 

771 £d2 



Analysie, 
Manual of qualitative chemical 



Chemistry. 

— Bkilstkin. 

analysis. 544 B39 

-- Bltth. Analysis of foods and the detection of 

poisons. 543.1 B62 

^HQUm* Techmcal <«al jr8i9. Hd S63 



Chemistry— confinuecf. 

— Eldkrhorst. Qualitative blow-pipe analysis. 

544 £12 
^Same, 2d series. 544 £12B 

— Fresbnius. Manual of qualitative chemical 

analysis. 544 F88 

— Fresenius. Quantitative chemical analysis. 

545 F88 

— LocEYER. Studies in spectrum analysis. 

544 liSl 

— RoscoE. spectrum analysis. 544 R71 

— ScHELLEN. Spectrum anklysis. 544 Sch2 

— Thorpe. Qualitative chemical analysis and labo- 

ratory practice. 544 T30 

— Thorpe. Quantitative chemical analysia 

545 T39 
General Works. 

— Adriance. Laboratory calculations and specific 

gravity tables. 542 Ad8 

— Attfield. Chemistry. 540 At8 

— Brannt and Wahl.., ed. Techno-chemical 
. receipt book. R660.3 B72 

— Brewster. First book of chemistry. 

J542 B75 

— Cart. Autobiography of a lump of ooaL 

540 C18 

— Cooke. New chemistry. 540 C77 

— Coolet. Text-book of chemistry. 540 C772 

— Faraday. Chemical liistory of a candle. 

541 F22 

— Howard. Practical chemistry. 542 II83 

— Nichols. Chemistry of the ffum and sea. 

540 N5I 

— RoscoE. Chemistry. 540 R71 

— SiLUMAN. First principles of chemistry. 

540 Si3 

— TiLDKit. Introduction to the study of chemical 

philosophy. 541 T45 

— Waoner. Handbook of chemical technology. 

542 W12 

— Watts. Dictionary of chemistry. 9 v. 

R540.3 W34 

— Watts. Manual of chemistry. 2 v. 

540 W34M 

— WuRTZ. Atomic theory. 541 W06 

Inorganic Chemistry, 

— Kemshsad. Inorganic chemistry. 546 K32 

— Miller. Introduction to the study of inorganic 

chemistry. 546 M61 

— Thorpe. Manual of inorganic chemistry. 2 v. 

546 T39 

— Valentine. Twenty lessons in inorganic chem- 

istry. 546 Y23 

Organic Chemistry, 

— Armstrong. Organic chemistry. 547 Ar5 

— PRESCOTT. Organic analysis manual. 547 P92 
Chemistry of light and photography. Vogel. 

535 V86 

Chemistry of photography. Meldola* 771 M48 
Chemistry pf thQ t9frux and aecu Nichols. 

»1« 1^91 



mi 



CHENEY. 



CHRONICLES. 



Chenejry C. E. Young folks' history of the Ciyil 
War. J973,7 C4a 

— and othen. Feathers, furs, and fins. 

J 591 C42 
Cheney, £. D. Child of the tide. Jl C42 

— GleanibgB in fields of art. 700 C42 

— N6ra'i return. 1 C42N 

— Bally Williams. Jl C42S 
Chenowethy Mrs, C. Van D. Stories of the saints. 

J922 C42 
Cherbnliesy Victor. Count Kostia. 4 C42 

— Joseph Noirel's revenge. 4 C42N 

— Proiixir. 4 C42P 
Chesney, O. T. Fall of England ; battle of Dork- 
ing. 827 C42 

Chess for beginners and beg^innings of chess. 

Swinton. 704 Sw6 

Chesterfield, P. D. Stanhope, 4th Earl of. Letters. 

82G C42 

— Letters, sentences, and maTims. 826 C42Le 

— Letters, written to his son. 2 v. 820 C42L 
Chevalier de La Salle. Abbott. 073.1 Ab23 
Chevrealy M. K Principles of harmony and con- 
trast of colours. 752 C42 

Cheyne^ T. K. Jeremiah ; his life and times. 

220.02 J47C 
Chicago Law Institotey Chicoffo^ JU, Catalogue. 

R017 C43 

— Same, rev. ed. 11017 C43C 
Chif^gOy IU,—Publie Library, Catalogue of 

English prose fiction and juvenile books. 

R016 F44 

— Finding list of German literature. ROlO G31 

— Finding list of history and biography. 

ROlO H62 

Chief Joseph, his pursuit and capture. Howard. 

070.1 U83 
Childy F. J., ed, English and Scottish ballads. 4 v. 

821 C43 
ChUdy Theodore. Delicate f eastings. 641 C43 
ChUdlife. Whittier, comp. 803 W61 

Child life in Chinese homes. Bryson. J015.1 B84 
ChUd life in prose. Whittier, comp, 808 W61C 
ChUd-lore. Bates. J308.3 B31 

Child toilers of Boston streets. Brown. 

331.3 B81 
Children of Jerusalem. Uant. JO 15.6 HOI 
Children of the cold. Schwatka. 

J010.8 SchOC 
Children of Westminster Abbey. Kingsley. 

J042 K61 
Children's book. Scndder. J808.8 8cu2 

Children's crusade. Gray. 040 670 

Children's fairy g&ogmphj. Winslow. 

J014 W73 
Children's stories in American history. Wright. 

J073 W03 
Children's stories of American progress. Wright. 

J073 W03C 
stosies of the great scientists. Wright. 

J025 W93 



Child's book of health. Blaisdell. J612 B57 
Child's book of religion. Frothingham. 

J244 F03 
Child's garden of verses. Stevenson. JS21 St4 
Child's history of England. Dickens. 

J042 D55 
Child's history of Greece. Bonner. J038 B64 
Child's history of Rome, Laing. J037 Ij14 
Chimney-corner. Stowe. 170 St7 

China. History, 

— Douglas. China. 051 D74 

TratMls, 

— Bbyson. Child-life in Chinese homes. 

J015.1 B84 

— French. Our boys in China. J015.1 F88 

— Knox. Adventures of two youths in a Journey 

to Japan and China. J015.2 K77 

— Les. When I was a boy in China. 015.1 I«51 

— Mabtin. Tho Chinese. 015.1 M36 

— Wilson. China. 015.1 WOO 

See aUo Asia. 
China painting. MacLanghlin. 738 M22 

Chinese Buddhism. Edkins. 204. Ed4 

Chinese immigration. Seward. 325 8e8 

Chips from a (German workshop. 5 v. Mttller. 

200 MOl 
Chips from the earth^s crust Gibson. 

550 G352 
Chishoim, B. V. Who wins? Jl C44 

Chittenden 9 L. E. Recollections of President 
liincoln and his administration. 023. 1 Ii03C 
Chivalric days. Brooks. JOOO B70 

Chivalry. James. Histor> of chivalry. 

040 J23 
See aUo Enrope. History, 
Choate, Rufus. Addresses and orations. 815 C45 

— Brown. Life of Rufus Choate. 023.4 C45 
Choice of books, and other literary pieces. Ilarri- 

son. 824 H242 

Chosttn, the land of the morning calm. Lowell. . 

015.10 L05 
Christ. See Jesns Christ. 
Christian doctrine ; or, Catholic faith and morals. 

O'JVallon. 282 Oml 

Christian element in Plato. Ackerman. 

184 Ac5 
Christian Institutions. Stanley. Christian in- 
stitutions. 260 8t2 
Christian missions. 2 v. Marshall. 206 M35 
Christianity. Bbace. Oesta Christ!. 300 B72 

— XJhlhorn. Conflict of Christianity with heathen- 

ism. 261 Uh6 

Christianity in the United States. Dorchester. 

277.3 D72 
Christmas in the West Indies. Kingsley. 

017.20 K50 
Chronicle of the conquest of Granada. Irving. 

046 Ir8 

Chronicles of England, France, and Spain. 5 v. 

ProissarU 040 F02 



(W) 



CHROlfOIiOGICAI*. 



CLARKE. 



Chronoliigical chaxtof ancient, modem, and Bibli- 
cal higtoiy. Adams, R902 Adl 
Chronology. Haydn. Dictionary of dates. 

R902 H32 

— HxLWio. Theatrum historicum et chronologi- 

cum. R902 II36 

See cdso History. 
Chrysostom, Saint, Schaff. St. Cluysostom and 

StAugustin. 922 C46Sc 

Churchy A. J. Chantry priest of Bamet. 2 C47 

— Ovid. 8T1.2 C47 

— Roman life in the days of Cicero. 028.75 C48 

— Stories from the Bible. 220.92 C47 

— Stories from the Greek tragedians. 882 C47 

— Stories of the magicians. J2 C47S 

— Story of early Britain, 942 C47 

— Three Greek children. J2 C47T 

— To the lions. 2 C47To 

— Two thousand years ago. J2 G47Tw 

— With the king at Oxford. 942 C47W 

— and Brodribby W. J. Pliny's letters. 

{n 875.1 C69P 

— and Gilman, Arthur. Story of Carthage. 

935 C47 

— and Seeleyy Richmond. The Hammer ; a story 

of the Maccabean times. 2 C47II 

— ed. Stories from VirgiL 873.1 C47 

— ed. LuciAN. Traveller's true tale. 888.7 C47 
Churchy E. R. Among the trees at Ehnridge. 

J581.97 C47 

— Birds v^d their ways. J598.2 C47 

— Flower talks at Elmridge. J580 C47 

— Flyers and crawlers. 595.7 C47 

— Home-animals. 591.5 C47 

— How to furnish a home. 645 C47 

— Little neighbors at Elmridge. 591.5 C47L 

— Talks by the seashore. 591 C47 
Churchy R. W. Beginning of the Middle Ages. 

940 C47 

— Spenser. 928.21 Sp3 
Churchy W. C. Life of John Ericsson. 2 v. 

926 Er4C 
Church History. See Ecclesiastical History. 
Chnrchilly Charles Poetical works. 2 v. 

821 C47 
Churches and Sects. Schaff. Creeds of Christ- 
endom. 280 Schl 
Cicero y M. T. Academic questions.— Treatise de 
flnibus. — ^Tusculan disputations ; tr. by C. D. 
Yonge, 875.1 Y7 

— On oratory and orators ; tr. by J. S. Watson. 

875.1 W33 

— Orations; tr. by C. D. Yonge. 4 v. 875.1 Y70 

— Three books of offices ; tr. by C. Y. Edmonds. 

875.1 Ed5 

— Treatise on the nature of the gods ; tr. by C. D. 

Yonge. 875.1 Y7T 

— Church. Roman life in the days of Cicero. 

928.75 C48 
^Collins. Cicera 875.1 C69 

875.1 C69P 



Ciceroy M. T,— continued. 

— FoRSTTH. Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero. 

928.75 C48F 

Cincinnatiy Ohio.—Publi4i Library, Bulletins of 

literature and science. 12 v. R018 C49 

— Catalogue and index. 2 v. R019 C49 

— Catalogue of dramas and dramatic poems. ' 

R016 D79 
Cisty H. M. Army of the Cumberland. 

973.7 C49 

City boys in the woods. Wells. J799 W46 

Civil Engineering. See Engineering. 

Civil government in the United States. Fiske. 

320.97 F54 
Civilization. Brace. Oesta Christi. 309 B72 

— BucKUB. History of civilization in England. 

2v. 309 B85 

— GuizoT. History of civilization. 309 G94 

— Harrib. Civilization as a science. 309 II24 

— Spencer. Illustrations of universal progress. 

309 Sp3 
Clarky B. F. Mirthfulness and its exciters. 

808 C54 
Clarky C. H. {Max Adeler,) Elbow-room. 1 C54 

— Fortunate island. 1 C54F 
Clarky C. M. (C. if. Clay.) Baby Rue. 1 C541 

— Modem Hagar. 2 v. 1 C541M 
Clarky D. K. Manual of rules, tables, and data for 

mechanical engineers. 621 C55 

— ed. Williams, C. W. Fuel, its combustion and 

economy. 662.6 W67 

Clarky F.T. In the valley of Havilah. 1 C543I 
Clarky Hugh. Introduction to heraldry. 929 C54 
Clarky H. H. Boy life in the United States navy. 

Jl C54 

— Joe Bentley, naval cadet. J 1 C54 J 
Clarky K. E. Dominant seventh. 1 C542D 
Clarky T. M. Building superintendence. 692 C54 
ClarkOy A. B. Elder and younger Booth. 

• 927 B64C 

— Same. rev. ed. 927 B64C2 
Clarkey C. C, andK. C. Recollections of writers. 

821 C55 
Clarkey E. H. Building of a brain. 376 C55 

— Sex in education. 376 C55S 

— Visions; study of false sight. 617 C55 
Clarke, Eliza. Handel. 927 H19C 
Clarke, F.W. Views around Ithaca. 917.47 C55 

— compt Weights, measures, and money. 

389 C55 
Clarkey J. F. Common-sense in religion. 204 C55 

— Events and epochs in religious history. 270 C55 

— Every day religion. 170 C55 

— Legend of Thomas Didymus. 1 C55 

NoTK. Same a* the following. 

— Life and times of Jesus, as related by Thomas 

Didymus. 

— Self-culture. 374 C55 

— Ten great religions. 290 C55 

— Autobiography, diary, and correspondence ; 

ed. by E. E. Hale. 922 C55 



CLARKE. 



COL£. 



Clarke, J. W. Plumbing practioa. 696 C55 
Claike, L. L. Ol^jects for the microsoope. 

578 C55 

Clarkey H. C. Girlhood of Shakespeare^ heroiiifis. 

822.3 C55N 
Clarke, R. 8. Flaxie growing up. Jl C55F6 
Clarke, T.C. American railway . 385 C55 

Clam-book of botany. Wood. 580 W85C 

Classical dictionary. Antbon. R913 An8 

Classical geography. Tozer. 912.3 T06 

Classical Literature* Mobrib. Manual of daari- 
cal literature. 870 M83 

— RiLXT. Dictionary of Latin and Ghneek quota- 

tions ; proyerbs, maTJms, and mottoes. 

R870.8 R48 

— TATIAB. Classical study . 375 T21 

— Tatlob. Method of daasical study. 375 T21M 

— Whitb. Classic literature. 809 W58 
Classified synopsis of the Dutch and Flemish 

school Stanley. 927 St2 

Clay, B. M., paeudU See Braeme, C. M. 
Clay, C.M.,im0im2. iSse Clark, C. M. 
Clay, Heniy. Colton. Life and times of Henry 

Clay. 2v. 923.2 C67C 

— MAiiLOBT. Life and speeches of Henry Clay. 

2 T. 923.2 C57M 

Cleiand, John. Animal physiology. 612 C58 
Clemens, Jeremiah. Tobias Wilson. 1 C59 

Clemens, S. L. {Mark Twain,) Adventures of 

Huckleberry Finn. 817 C592A 

— Adventures of Tom Sawyer. 817 C592Ad 

— Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's court. 

817 C592C 

— Idle ezcurskm. 817 C592Id 

— Innocents abroad. 817 C592I 

— Life on the Mississippi. 817 C592L 

— Prince and the pauper. J817 C592P 

— Roughing it. 817 C592R 

— Sketches new and old. 817 C592JII 

— Stolen white elephant. 817 C592S 

— Tramp abroad. 817 C592T 

— and Warner, C. D. Gilded age. 817 C592G 
Clement, Charles. Michelangelo. 927 B88C 
Clement, C,l^ See Waters, C. E. (C.) 
Clemmer, Mary. See Hadson, M. (C.) 
Cleopatra, ^lieeno/J^gr^t. Abbott. History of 

Cleopatra. J923.1 C59A 

Cleopatra's needle. King. 220 K58C 

Clerke, A. M. System of the stars. 523.8 C59 
Cleveland, C. D. Compendium of American litera- 
ture. 810.8 C59 

— Compendium of English literature. 820 C59C 
^ English literature of the nineteenth century. 

820 C59E 

Cleveland, Ohio—Publio .Library, Alphabetic 

catalogue of the English books in the drculalr 

ing department. ROIO C59 

Clive, Caroline. PaulFerroll. 2 C61P 

— Why Paul Ferroll killed his wife. 2 C61W 

— Year after year. 2 C61Y 
Clock jobber'shandybook. Haslnck. 681 H27C 



Clockmaker. Halibnrton. 817 H14C 

Cloth of gold. Aldrich. 811 A12C 

Cloaston, W. A Popular tales and fictions. 

398 C62 
Clnb essays. Swing. 814 Swl 

Clabs and dub life in London. Timbs. 

914.2 T48C 

Clyde, Colin Campbell, Ut Baron. Phillips. Sir 

Henry Havelock and Colin Campbell, Lord 

Clyde. 923.5 H29P 

Coal. HiTLL. Coal-fields of Great Britain. 

553 H87 
See also Fnel* 
Coal and the coal mines. Greene. 622 G83 
Coan, Titos. Adyentures in Patagonia. 

918.2 COS 
Cobban, J. M. Master of his fate. 2 C63M 

— Reverend gentleman. 2 C63R 
Cobbe, F. P. Duties of women. 390 C63 
Cobden, Richard. PoUtical writings. 320 COS 

— Gk)wiNO. Richard Cobden. 923.2 C63G 

— MoBLET. Life of Richard Cobden. 

923.2 C03M 
Cobden aub. Easays; 2d ser. 1871-73 330 CG3C 

— Essays; local government and taxation. 

330 C03L 
Cockbnm, H. T., Lord, Life of Lord Jeftrej, 

923.24 J37 

Codman, John. Winter sketches. 917.47 C64 

Coelho, J. a. O. {Jidio Diniz,) Fidalgos of Casa 

Mourisca. 869:3 C65F 

Coffin, C. C. {CarleUm,) Boya of '76; battles of 

the Revolution. 973.3 C65B 

— Boy8of»61. 973.7 C05B 

— Building the nation. 973 C05 

— Caleb Krinkle. 1 C05 

— Drum-beat of the nation. 973.7 C65D 

— Following the fiag. J973.7 C65P 

— Freedom triumphant. J973.7 C65Fr 

— Marching to victory. J973.7 C65M 

— My days and nights on the battle-field. 

J973.7 C05]lfy 

— Old times in the colonieg. 973.2 C65 

— Our new way around the world. 910.4 C65 
_ Redeeming the republic. J973.7 C65R 

— Story of Uberty. J321 C65 

— Winning his way. Jl C05W 
Coffin, Levi. Reminiscences. 923.6 C65 
Coignet, J. R. Narrative of CapL Coignet, soldier 

of the Empire. 923.5 COO 

Coins. HoMANS. Coin book. R737 H75 

— HuMPHBEYS. Coin collector's manual. 2 v. . 

737 H88 

— Johnson. Visit to the cabinet of the United 

States mint. 737 J02 

— Snowden. Ancient and modem coins in the 

United States mint. 737 SnO 

— Snowden. Description of medals of Washington. 

737 SnOD 
Cole, G, A. J. Aids in practical geology. 

550 C07 



m 



COLERIDGE. 



COMMONi 



Coleridge, C. R. English sqaire. 2 C671E 

Coleridge, Sara. Phantasmion. 2 C67P 

Coleridge, S. T. Poetical works. 821 C67 

Coles, Edward. Washbubne. Sketch of Edward 

Coles. 923.2 C67 

Collgny,Graspardde. Besant. GasparddeColigny. 

923.5 C08B 
College of New Jersey, Princeton^ N. J, Subject^ 

catalogue of the library. R019 C67 

Colleges and Universities. Arnold. Higher 

schools and universities in Germany. 

378.43 Ar6 

— Arnou). Oxford and Cambridge. 378.42 ArO 

— Laurix. Rise and early constitution of univer- 

sities. 378 L37 

Collier, W. F. Great events of history. 900 C69 

— and Schmltz, Leonard. Putnam's international 

atlas. R912 COO 

Collins, C. A. Cruise upon wheels, etc. 

2 C691C 
Collins, C.W. Plata 888.4 C69 

^Same, 888.4 Ce9P 

— Sophocles. {n 882.1 C70S 
Collins, F. H. Epitome of the synthetic philosophy 

of Herbert Bpencer. 192 C69 

Collins, J. H. First book of mineralogy. 

549 C69F 

— Mineralogy. 2 v. 549 C69M 

— Principles of coalmining. 622 C09P 

— Principles of metal mining. 622 C69Pr 
Collins, Mabel. Confessions of a woman. 

2 C692C 
Collins, Mortimer. Fight with fortune. 2 C693F 
Collins, W. L. Aristophanes. 882.4 C69 

^Same. tn 882.3 D71E 

— Butler. 922 B971C 

— Cicero. 875.1 C69 

— Same. in 875. 1 C69P 

— Livy. 878.4 C69 

— Lucian. 888.7 C69 
^Same. in 888.4 C69P 
Collins, WMkie. See ColUns, W. W. 
Collins, W. W. After dark, and other stories. 

2 C09 

— Antonina. 2 C69A 

— Armadale. 2 C69Ar 

— Basil. 2 C69B 

— Black robe. 2 C69Bk 

— Blind love. 2 C69BI 

— Dead secret. 2 C09D 

— Fallen leavesL 2 C69F 

— GuUty river. 2 C69G 

— Heart and science 2 C69He 

— Hide and seek. 2 C69H 

— "Isayno." 2 C69I 

— Jezebel's daughter. 2 C69J 

— Law and the lady. 2 C69L 

— Man and wife. 2 C09M 

— MisBorMra? 2 C69Mi 

— Moonstone. 2 C69Mo 

— My lady's money. 2 C69JI11 



Collins, W. W,~-cantinv£d, 

— My miscellanies. 

— New Magdalen. 

— No name. 

— Plot in private life. 

— Poor Miss Finch. 

— Queen of hearts. 

— Rogue's life. 

— Two destinies. 

— Woman in white. 



2 C69Mr 

2 C69N 

2 C69Bro 

2 C69P1 

2 C69P 

2 C69Q 

2 C69R 

2 C69T 

2 C69W 



Collis, 8. M. Woman's trip to Alaska. 

917.98 C69 
CoUyer, Robert Talks to young men. 170 COO 
Colman, George. Broad grins. 827 C71 

Colonial days. Markham. J973 M34 

Color. CavA. Color. 752 C31 

Color-blindness. Jeffries. 617 J38 

Colorado. Bancboft. Nevada. Colorado. Wyom- 
ing, tn R970 B22 ¥.25 

— Hates. New Colorado and Santa F^ trail. 

917.88 H32 
Colour-sense. Allen. 150 A15 

Colt, S. 8., ed. New York State illustrated. 

917.47 C72 
Colton, B. P. Elementary courae in practical 
zoology. 591 C72 

Colton, Calvin. Life and times of Henry Clay. 

923.2 C57C 

Colnmbns, Christopher. Abbott. Christopher 

Columbus. 923.9 C72 

— Alden. Christopher Columbus. 923.9 C72A1 

— Irvino. Life and voyages of Christopher Colum 

bus and his companions. 8 v. 923.9 C72I 
Combe, Andrew. Physiology of digestion. 

613 C73 

— Principles of physiology. 612 C73 
Combe, Gtoorge. Constitution of man. 139 C73 

— Moral philosophy. 170 C73 

— System of phrenology. 139 C73S 
Combe, William. Dr. Syntax's three tours. 

827 C73 
Combined atlas of the state of New Jersey and 

county of Hudson. Hopkins. R912 U77 
Comedy of errors; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. Shak- 

speare. 822.33 R4 

Comegys, B. B., ed. Primer of ethics. 170 C732 
Comic history of England. A'Beckett. 

827 Ab3 
Commerce. Fabbsr. State in its relations to 

trade. 380 F24 

— Levi. History of British coomieroe. 380 L57 

— Wynkoop. Vessels and voyages. 387 W99 
Commercial law. Townsend. 347.7 T66 
Commercial products of the sea. Simmonds. 

639 814 

Commines, Philip de. Memoirs ; ed. by A. R 
Scoble. 2v. 944 C73 

Common British insects. Wood. 595.7 W85C 
Common objects of the country. Wood. 

590 W85C 



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COMMON, 



CONSTITUTIONAL. 



ComiBOii dbjecti of tfae microsoope. Wood. 

678 W85 
Coaunoii aayings, words, and customs. Loaring 9 
ed. 423 L78 

Commoii-MBse in reUgknL Clarke. 304 C55 
CommoB-sense sdenoe. Allen. 814 A15 

Commanlsm. See Socialism and Commanism. 
CommnalsUc societies in the United States. Nord- 
koff. 335 N75 

Companion to reyised versioD of tfae New Testa- 
ment. Roberts. 225 R54 
Companr clerk. Hants. 355 K16 
ComparatiTe grammar of tfae Angk>-8axoai 
language. March. 420 M33 
ComparatlTe politics. Freeman. 320 F87 
ComparatlTe io51og7. Orton. 501 Or8 
Conpeadlam of American literature. CleTeland. 

810.8 C50 
Complete angler. Walton. 700 W17 

Complete carriage and wagon paiq^. Schriber. 

684 Sch7 
Complete examiner. Stone. 428.0 St7 

Complete practical machinist Rose. 621 R72 
Composition. See Rhetoric. 
Compton, A. G. First lesBOOs in metal working. 

671 C73 
Comp(OB,F. S. Esther. 1 C73E 

Coneepts and theories of modem physics. Stallo. 

501 Stl 
CoBchology. See Shells. 

Concise history of the- American people. Patton. 

073 P27 
Concord, Ifoss.— i\i&{ic Library, Catalogue. 

ROlO C74 
Concord; historic, literary, and picturesque. 
Bartlett. 017.44 B27 

Concordance to Shakespeare^s poems. Fomess. 

822.3 F08 

Conder, C. R. Judas Maocabeeus and the Jewish 

war of independence. 033 C75 

Condact of Ufe. Emerson. 814 £m3C 

Cone, Mary. Two years in California. 

017.04 C75 
Conlederate speUing book, arum, 421 C76 

Coalbssioas and criticisms. Hawthorne. 

814 H31 
Confessions of an Rnglish opium eater, and other 

pt^wrs. DeQaincey. 824 D44Co 

Coikfessioas of St. Augustine; ed by W. G. T. 

Shedd. 022 An4 

Conflict between religion and sdenoe. Draper. 

215 D70 
Conflict of Christianity with heathenism. Uhlhom. 

261 Vh6 
CoagdOBy C. T. Reminiscences of a Journalist 

020.5 C76 
Congo and tfae founding of its Free State. Stan- 
ley. 016.7 St2C 
Congress. See United States— Conorrest. 
Conklin, J. M. (D.) Bek's first comer. 1 C750 
- Fsirfaz gh4a. 1 C750F 



Conklln. J. M. (D.)— eoneiniieci. 

— Mis Prudence 1 C750M 

— Secondbest 1 C750S 

— Wlldwood, 1 C750W 
Conklingy A. R. Life and letters of Bosooe Conk- 
ling. 023.2 C70 

Conklingy Bosooe. Conklino, A. R. Life and 
lettersof Rosooe Conkling. 023.2 C76 

Connectlcnt* Johnston. Connecticut. 

074.6 J64 
Connecticut Yankee in Eling Arthur^s court. 

Clemens. 817 C502C 

Connelly, E.M. Storyof Kentucky. 076.0 C70 

— Under the surface. 1 C76 
Conquest of England. Green. 042 G82 
Conquest of Mezioo. 8 v. Frescott. 072 P02 
Conquest of Peru. 2 v. Frescott. 085 F02 
Conscience. Cook. 177 C77 
Consenration of eneigy. Stewart. 531 St4 
Considerations on representative govemmont. 

Mill. 324 M50 

Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian war. Park- 
man. 073.2 P23C 
Constance's fate. Singleton. 821 Si6 
Constantinople. Ahicis. Constantinople. 

014.06 Am5 

Constitution of man. Combe. 130 C73 

Constitutional Law and History. Andrews. 

Manual of the constitution of the United States. 

342.73 An2 

— Baoehot. English constitution. 342.42 B14 

— Bancrovt. History of the formation of the Con- 

stitution of the United States. 342.73 B22 

— Bryce. American commonwealth. 2 v. 

342.73 B84 

— Creast. Rise and progress of the English con- 

stitution. 342.42 C86 

— Dawes. How we are governed. 342.73 D32H 

— De Lolme. Constitution of England. 

in 342.42 H15 

— Eluot. Debates on the adoption of the Federal 

Constitution. 5 v. 342.73 £15 

— Hallax. Constitutional history of England; 

Edward I. to Henry VIL 342.42 H15 

— Hallax. Constitutional history of England from 

Henry VIL to George IL 2 v. 342.42 H15C 

— HamiltoNi and others, Fcederalist; ed. by Daw- 

son. 342.73 H18D 

— Hicksy. Constitution of the United States. 

342.73 H52 

— H0L8T. Constitutional and political history of the 

United States. 6 v. 342.73 H74 

— Hobmer. Short history of AngIo43azonfreedonL 

342 U70 
— -Mact. Our government. 342.73 M25 

— Stephens. Constitutional view of the late war 

between the states. 342.73 8t4 

— Stort. Commentaries on the Constitution of the 

United States. 2 v. 342.73 St7 

— Stort. Familiar exposition of the Constitution 

of the United States. 342.73 St7F 



HI) 



COWSTITUTIONAI., 



COOPER. 



Constitational Law and History— ccmtinued. 

— Stubbs. ConstdtutioDal history of England. S v. 

342.42 8t9 

— TocQUEViLLX. American institations. 

342.73 T56A 

— TocQUEViLLE. Democracy in America. 2 v. 

342.73 T56D 

— ToNGE. Constitutional history of England from 

1760 to 1860. 342.42 Y8 

ConsQlate and Empire of France under Napoleon. 

5v. Thiers. 044 T34 

Contemporary evolution. Mivart. 304 X69 
Continnity of Christian thought. Allen. 

200 AI5 
Contributions to Punch. Thackeray. 

828 T32C 
Contributions to the Edinburgh Review. JellVey. 

824 J37 
Convenient houses. Gibson. 728 G35 

Conversation; its faults and its graces. Pea- 
body, eomp. 374 P31 
Conversations on art methods. Couture. 

704 C83 
Conversations on liberalism and the church. 
Brownson. 282 B82 

Convert; or, Leaves from my experience. Brown- 
son. 282 B82C 
Conway 9 Hugh, pseud. See Fargns, F. J. 
Conway, M. D. Emerson at home and abrocui. 

028.14 Em3Co 

— Pine and palm. 1 C762 

— Travels in South Kensington. 740 C76 

— ed. G^rge Washington's rules of civility traced 

to their sources. 305 C76 
Conybeare, W. J., and Ilowson, J. S. Life 

and EpisUee of St PauL 220.02 P28C 

Cook, Joseph. Biology. 570 C77 

— Conscience. 171 C77 

— Current religious perils. 204 C77 

— Heredity. 575 C77 

— Labor. 331 C77 

— Marriage. 173 C77 

— Occident. 230 C770 

— Orient, 015 C77 

— Orthodoxy. 230 C770r 

— Socialism. 335 C77 

— Transcendentalism. 141 C77 
Cooky T. P. Life and public services of Samuel J. 

Tilden. 023.2 T45 

Cooke, O.W. George EUot. 028.23 C88C 

— Guide book to the poetic and dramatic works of 

Robert Browning. 821.83 C77 

Cooke 9 J. E. Doctor Vandyke. 1 C77D 

— Her majesty, the queen. 1 C77H 

— Life of Gen. Robert B. Lee. 023.5 L51C 

— Lord Fairfax. 1 C77L 

— Mohun. 1 C771!f 

— Out of the foam. 1 C770 

— Stories of the Old Dominion. 075.5 C77S 

— Virginia. 075.5 C77V 

— Viz^ginia comedians. 1 C77V 



Cooke, J. P. New chemistry. 540 C77 

— Religion and chemistry. 215 C77 

— Scientific culture. 504 C77 
Cook«9 M. C. Fungi. 580 C77 

— One thousand objects for the microsoope. 

578 C77 
Cooke, R.T. «*No.'» Jl C772X 

— Root^bound, and other sketches. 1 C772R 

— Somebody's neighbors. 1 C772S 

— Sphinx's children. 1 C772Sp 

— Steadfast l C772St 
Cookery. Breakfast, dinner, and tea. anon, 

641 B74 

— BncKKTE cookery book, with hints on practical 

housekeeping, anon. 640 • B86 

— Child. Delicate f eastings. 641 C43 

— COBSON. Family living on $500 a year. 

641 C81 

— CusT. Invalid's own book. 613 COO 

— HsRBiCK. Liberal living upon narrow means. 

641 H43 

— Kjrkland. Dora's housekeeping. 641 K63 

— KiRKLAND. Six Uttie cooks. 641 K63S 

— NiTSCH. Gentie bread winners. 641 BTOS 

— NrrscH. Ten dollars enough. 641 N63T 

— Parloa. First principles of household manage- 

ment and cookery. 641 P23F 

See also Domestic Economy. 
Cooley, A. K. Asaph. 1 C774 A 

Cooley, L. C. Text book of chemistry. 

540 C772 
CooleyyT. M. Michigan. 077.4 C77 

Coolidge, Susan, pseud. See IVoolseyy S. C. 
C<K>per9 J. F. Afloat and ashore. 1 C78 

— Bravo. 1 C78B 

— Chainbearer. 1 C78C 

— Crater. 1 C78Cr 

— Deerslayer. 1 C78D 

— Gleanings in Europe ; England. 2 v. 014.2 C78 

— Headsman. 1 C78H 

— Heidenmauer. 1 C78He 

— History of the navy of the United States. 3 v. 

073 C78 

— Home as found. 1 C78Hf 

— Homeward bound. 1 C78Hm 

— Last of the Mohicans. 1 C78L 

— Lionel Lincoln. 1 C7^1A 

— Mercedes of Castile. 1 C78M 

— MUes Wallingf ord. 1 C78]|fi 

— Monikins. 1 C781IIO 

— Oak opemngs. 1 C780 

— Pathfinder. 1 C78P 

— PUot. 1 C78Pi 

— Pioneer. 1 C78Po 

— Prairie. 1 C78Pr 

— Precaution. 1 C78Pt 

— Red rover. 1 C78R 
-Redskins. 1 C78Rc 

— Satanstoe. 1 C78S 

— Sea lions. 1 C788e 

— Two admirals. 1 C78T 



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COOPER. 



CRAIG. 



Cooper, J. F.— ^oii^liMMcl. 

— Water witch. 

— Ways of the hour. 

— Wept ct Wiah-ton-wiah. 

— Win^p-aiid-wiiig. 

— Wyandotte. 



1 C78W 
1 C78Wa 
1 CT8We 
1 C78Wi 
1 C78Wjr 



— LouirsBUBT. James Fenimore Cooper. 

028.13 C78L 
Cooper, J. H. Treatiae on the use of belting. 

621.8 C78 
Cooper, K. (S.) Oideon^s rock, and other tale& 

2 C78G 

— HighMilla. 2 C78Hi 

— JoanHenyweathe». 2 C78J 

— SelMstian. 2 C78S 
Cooper, Peter. IdeasforasdeDoeof goodgovem- 

menu 390 C78 

Co-operation. Haijb. Sybaris and other homes. 

334 Hi3 
Copleston, R. 8. .Aschylns. 882.1 C79 

— Same, 882.1 C70S 
Copley, F. S. Set of alphabets. 41 1 C70 
Copp^, FranQois. Disillusion. 4 €79 

— Ten tales. 4 C79T 
Corals. Daka. Corals and coral islands. 

551.9 D19 
Corbett, Julian. For God and gold. 2 C81F 

— Kophetoa, the thirteenth. 2 C81K 

— Sir Francis Drake. 923.5 D78C 
Cordery, B. M., aruL Phillpots, J. S. SZing and 

Commonwealth. 942 C81 

Corea. Gbiffis. Corea, the hermit nation. 

915.19 G87 

— LowxLL. ChosOn, the land of the morning calm. 

915.19 L95 
CoieUi, Marie. Ardath. 8 v. 2 C812A 

— Romance of two worlds. 2 C812R 

— Thebna. 2 C812T 

— Vendetta. 2 C812y 

— Wormwood. 2 C812W 
Corfield, W. H. Dwelling houses. 628 C81 
Corlolamis ; ed. by W. J. Bolfe. Shakspeare. 

822.33 R5 
Corkraa, Alice. Bessie Lang. 2 C814 

— Down the snow stairs. J2 C81D 
Coming, M. S. Patchwork Quilt Society. Jl C81 
Cornwall, Barry, pseud. See Procter, B. W. 
Correlation and conservation of forces. Yon- 

iiimns,€d. 531 Y8 

Correspondence of Carlyle and Emerson. 2 v, 

928.24 C19N 
Corson, JuUet Family living on |500 a year. 

641 C81 

Cortex, Hernando. Abbott. History of Hernando 
Cortes. 923.5 C81A 

Corthell, K L. History of the Jetties at the 
mouth of the MissisBlppi River. 627 C81 

CoemiM. 5v. Humboldt. 551 H88C 

Cottin, Sophie. Elixabeth. 4 C82 

— ]ia«ilda,priDoeaBof Bngland. 2 v. 4 C82JII 



Cones, EDIot. Birds of the North- West 

598.2 C83 

— Key to North American birds. 598.2 C83K 
Coalson, J. G. A. Odd trump. 1 C83 
Council of Trent. Bxtnoensr. History of the 

Council of Trent 270.6 B88 

Count Frontenac and New France under Louis 

XIV. Parkman. 970 P23C 

Connter^revolation in England. Carrel. 

942 C23 
Coanterfeit presentment Ho wells, 812 H83C 
Coanting-out rhymes of children. Bolton. 

398.3 B63 
Country cousins. Ingersoll. 590 In4 
Country of the dwarfs. Dn Chaillu. 

J916.7 D85C 
Country walks of a naturalist Houghton. 

590 H81 
County, arum, 2 C83 

Course of empire. Wheeler. 909 W56 

Course of time. Pollock. 821 P76 

Court life under the Plantagenets. Hall. 942 H 14 
Cousin, Victor. Elements of physchology. 

150 C83 

— History of modem philosophy. 109 C83 

— Lectures on the true, the beautiful, and the g^ood. 

701 C83 
Cousin Alice. See Haven, Mrs. A. B. 
Couture, Thomas. Conversations on art method& 

704 C83 
Cowley, Abraham. Essays. 824 C83 

Cowper, William. Works. 8 v. 821 C83 

Cox,G. W. Athenian Empire. 938 C83 

— Crusades. 940 C83 

— Greeks and the Persians. 938 C83Gr 

— Introduction to the study of comparative mythol- 

ogy and folk-lore. 291 C83 

Cox, J. D. Atlanta. 973.7 C83 

— March to the sea ; Franklin and Nashville. 

973.7 C83M 
Cox, 8. 8. Arctic sunbeams. 914 C83 

— Isles of the princes. 914.99 C83I 

— Orient sunbeams. 910.8 C83 
Cox, W. N. {Percy Curtiss.) Sloppy Dingle. 

1 C942 

Coxe, William. House of Austria. 943 C83 

— Memoirs of the Duke of Marlborough. 

923.5 M34 
Cozxens, 8. W. Three years in Arizona and New 
Mexica 917.9 C83 

Crabb, George. English synonymes. 424 C84 
Craddock, C. E., ps^ucf. See Mnrftee, M. N. 
Crafts, W. A. Pioneers in the settlement of 
America. 2 v. R973 C84 

Crag, glacier, and avalanche. Daunt. 

914.94 D26 
Cragin, B. 8. 8aint Peter and Tom. Jl C848 
Cragin, L. T. (Ellis Gray,) Long aga 1 C84 
Craig, Hugh. Household book of nature. 

590 C84 



m 



CRAIK. 



CRIME. 



Craik, D. M. (M.) (Jdi** Mvloek.) Aboat money, 

and other thiiigs. 834 C84 

— Adventures of a brownie. J2 C84A 

— Agatha's husband. 2 C84 

— Brave lady. 2 C84B 

— Christian's mistake. 2 C84C 

— Domestic stories. 2 C84D 

— Fairy book. J2 C84P 

— Hannah. 2 C84H 

— Head of the family. 2 C84Ud 

— Hero, and other stories. 2 C84He 

— His UtUe mother. 2 C84Ui 

— Isittr^df J2 C84I 

— John Halifax, gentleman. 2 C84 J 

— King Arthur. 2 C84K 

— Laurel bush. 2 C84L 

— Legacy; life and remains of John Martin. 

928.21 M36 

— Life for a life. 2 C84Li 

— Little lame prince. J2 C84L 

— Lord Erlistoun. 2 C84Lo 

— Miss Tommy. 2 C84JI1 

— Mistress and maid. 2 C84Jlli 

— My mother and L 2 C84My 

— Noble life. 2 C84Br 

— Ogilvies. 2 C840 

— OUve. 2 C8401 

— Plahi speaking. 824 C84P 

— Plucky boys. J2 C84P 

— Romantic tales. 2 C84R 

— Sermons out of church. 1 70 C84 

— Studies from life. 824 C84S 

— Two marriages. 2 C84T 

— Unkind word, and other stories. 2 C84U 

— Unknown country. 01 4*5 C84 

— Woman's kingdom. 2 C84W 

— Young Mrs. Jardine. 2 C84Y 
Craik, G. L. Compendious history of ESnglish litera- 
ture. 820 C84 

— Outlines of the history of the English language. 

420 €84 

— Pursuit of knowledge under difficultieB. 

374 €84 

CraikyG. M. Anne Warwick. 2 €842A 

— Cousin frtxn India. J2 €84]€ 

— Dorcas. 2 €842D 

— Esther Hill's secret 2 €842E 

— Faith Unwinds ordeaL 2 C842F 

— Hard to bear. {In Two tales of married life.) 

2 €842Tw 

— Hero Trevelyan. 2 €842Ue 

— Leslie Tyrrell. 2 €842L 

— LitUeSunddne'sbQlid^. J2 €84Li 

— Lost and woo. 2 €842Lo 

— Mildred. 2 €842Mi 

— Miss Moore. J2 €841M 

— Only a butterfly. 2 €8420 

— SylvU's choioe. 2 €842Sy 

— Theresa. in 2 €842Sy 

— Two women. 2 C842To 

— Winifred's wooing, and other tales. 2 C842W 



Craik, G. M.— conMniced. 

— Without kith or kin. 2 €842Wi 
Crake, A. D. Brian Fitz-Coont. 2 €844 
~ House of Waldeme. 2 €844H 
Crandall, C. D., ed. Representative sonnets by 

American poets. 811 €85 

Crane, T. F. Italian popular tales. 398*3 €85 
Craven , pseiud. See Carleton, J. W. 
Craven, Mme, Augustus. See Craven, P. (La F.) 
Craven, P. (La F.) Eliane. 4 C85E 

— Fleurange. 4 C85F 
Crawford, F. M. American politician. 1 C85A 

— Cigarette-maker^s romance. 1 C85C 

— Doctor Claudius. 1 C85D 

— Groif enstein. 1 C85G 

— Mando's crudfiz. 1 ^85M 

— Mr. Isaacs. 1 €85Jlli 

— PaulPatoff. 1 C85P 

— Roman shiger. 1 C85R 

— Sant* Hario. 1 €858 

— Saracinesca. 1 C858a 

— Tale of a lonely parish. 1 C85T 

— To leeward. 1 C85To 

— Zoroaster. 1 C85Z 
Crawford, J. B. Credit Mobilier of America. 

385 €85 
Crawfbrd, Oswald. Portugal, old and new. 

914.69 €85 

— World we Uve in. 2 €85 W 

— Sylvia Arden. 2 €858 
Crayfish. Haxley. 595.3 H98 
Crayon, Geoffrey, peeud. See Irving, Washing- 
ton. 

Crayon miscellany. Irving. 818 Ir8C 

Creasy, Sir. E. S. Decisive battles of the world. 

900 €86 

— History of the Ottoman Turks. 949.6 C86 

— Rise and progress of the EInglish Constitution. 

342.42 €86 
Creation. Burb. Pater mundi 213 B94 

— &xm«. 2d series. 213 B94D 

— Chapin. Creation and early developments of 

society. 213 €36 

Credentials of the GospeL Beet. 225 B39 

Credit Mobilier of America. Crawford. 385 €85 
Creeds. See Churches and Sects. 
Creighton, Louise. Life of Edward the Black 

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— DUGDAUL <<Jukfl&" 364 D87 
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621.8 C88 

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9Zl C66P 



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-SUbttrai, 3 C«9K 



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Denizens of the deep. Hartwig. 591 H353 
Dennis, John, ed. English sonnets. 831 D41 
Denslow, Van Buren, and Parker, J. M. Thomas 

A Edison and Samuel F. B. Morse. 936 £d4D 
Dent, J. C. Canada since the Union of 1841. 2 y. 

971 D43 
Departmental ditties. Kipling. 831 K63 

Depping, Guillaume. Wonders of bodily strength 

andskilL 796 D44 

Depreciation of sQyer. Bagehot. 333 B14 
Depths of the sea. Thomson* 508 T38 

De Qaincey, Thomas. Autobiographical sketches. 

938.34 D44 

— Biographical aud historical essays. 834 D44B 

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papers. 834 D44Co 

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834 D44Ea 

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tion. 834 D44Ee 

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.I>erbir, G. H. PhGenlxiana. 817 D54 
l>enrick and drilL Morris. 553.28 ]II83 
Ilesart, W. U. O. Cnffe, 4th Earl of. Little chate- 
laine. 2 D45L 

Descartes, Ben^. Mahaftt. Descartesw 921 D45 
Descent of man. 2 v. Darwin. 575 D25 

Deschanel, A. P. Elementary treatise on natural 

philosophy 530 D45 

Description of the medals of Washington, etc. 

Snowden. 737 Sn6D 

Description of Pitcaim's LeAand and its inhabitants. 

Barrow. ' 919.7 B27 

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Deserted village. Goldsmith. 821 G57 

Deshlery C. D. Afternoons with the poets. 

821 D45 
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Desmond, Charles. Electricity forengineeiik 

537 D46 
De Soto, Ferdinand. Abbott. Ferdinand de Soto. 

923.9 D46 
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Destiny of man. Fiske. 218 F54 

Destroyer of the Second Republic. Hngo. 

944 H87 
Detlef, Carl, paeud. See Baner, Clara. 
Detroit, Mich.—Pul}lio Library. Bulletin, na 1, 2. 
2v. 1889-90. . R019 D48B 

— General catalogue. II019 D48 
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2v. Welsh. 820 W44 

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820 M91 
De Tere, H« S. Wonders of the deep. 551 D49 
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R025.4 D51 

— comp, library School mles. (Cataloguing.) 

R025.3 D51 
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human life, and the nature of religion. 

252 D51 
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Florida. 975.5 D51 

Do Witt, Iffiu;. H. &« Witt, IfnM. H. de. 
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isms. 427 B28 
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J808 H77 
Diamagnetism and magno-crystalUo action. Tyn- 
dall. 538 T97 

Diamond fauntere of South Africa. Drayson. 

91«.8 D70 



Diamond necUace. Tiaetelly. 944 V83 

Diamonds. See Precious Stones. 

Diary of Lady Willoughby. Rathlione, pub, 

920.7 W68 
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— Jimmyjohns, and other stories. Jl D54 J 

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— Polly Cologne. Jl D54P 

— Schoolmaster's trunk. 818 D54 

— Story-book for the children. Jl D54S 

— William Henry letters. Jl D54W 
Dibdin, Charles. Songs. 821 D54 
Dibdin, T. F., ed. Library companion. 028 D54 
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Thurso, geologist and botanist 925 D54 

Dick, W. B. Encyclopedia of practical receipts 

and processes. R603 D54 

Dickens, Charles. See Dickens, C. J. H. 
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— Bleak House. 2 D55B1 

— Child's history of England. J942 D55 

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910.8 D55 

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— I>ICKKNS,H. Charles Dickens. 928.23 D55D 

— FOBSTER. Life of Charles Dickens. 8 v. 

928.23 D55F 

— Pdebcb and Wheeljeb. Dickens' dictionary. 

823 D55 
Dickens, Mamie. Charles Dickens. 928.23 D55D 
Dickens' dictionary. Pierce and Wheeler. 

823 D55 

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perean. R920 T41 

Dictionaries. Abbott. Dictionary of reUgious 

knowledge. R203 Ab2 



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— Adams. BictioDary of EngUsh literature. 

R2a0.3 Adl 

— AnT.int, Qermazi and "Rn gHah dictioiiaiy. 

R433.2 Ad5 

— AiiLiBONB. Critical dictionaiy of EnglJHh liter- 

atme, and British and American authors. 3 v. 

R928 A15 

— AiTTHON. ClBflBical dictionary. R913 Ab8 

— Applxtonb* cjclopeBdia of American biography. 

6t. ROaO Ap5 

— APFiiRONB' cyclopeedia of applied mechanics. 

2t. R603 Ap5 

~ Afpljbtonb* dictionary of engine-work. 2 ▼ . 

R620 Ap5 
'— BabtLiBTT. Dictionary of ATnericaniwriB. 

R427 B28 

— Bn^iJNOS. National medical dictionary. 2 y. 

R610 B49 

— BULKBLKE* Indnstrial cydopsBdia. R603 B58 

— BoHN, ed. Dictionary of quotations from the 

EngUah poets. R821 B63D 

— -BouviKB. Law dictionary. 2t. R347,03 B66 

— Bbannt and Wahl, ed, Techno-chemical re- 

ceipt book. RG60.3 B72 

— Bbewxb. Dictionary of miracles. R231 B75 

— Bbxwxb. Dictionary of phrase and fable. 

R423 B75 

— Bbjewxb. Historic note-book ; with appendix of 

battles. R903 B75 

— Bbxwxb. Beader^s handbook of allusions, etc 

R803 B75 

— Bbyait. Dictionary of painters and engravers. 

2y. R027 B84 

— CAUI4FXILD and Sawabd. Dictionary of needle 

work. R746 C31 

— Cbudxn. Concordance to the Bible ; or, Diction- 

ary and alphabetical index to the Bible. 

R220.2 €88 

— CUSHINO. Tnitials and pseudonyms. Ist and 2d 

series. 2y. R014 €95 

— TOMLINSON, ed. Cyclopeedia of useful arts. 2 y. 

R603 €99 
~ Dayixs and Pxck. Mathematical dictionary. 

R510 D28 

— Dick. Encyclopedia of practical receipts and 

prooesBes, R603 D54 

— Dixon. Dictionary of idiomatic English phrases. 

R423 D64 

— DoDD. Dictionary of manufactures, mining, 

machinery, and the industrial arts. 

R603 Dee 

— DuHGLisox. Dictionary of medical science. 

ReiO D91 

— Bdwabdb, Words, facts, and phrases. 

R423 Ed9 

— Fbxt. Sobriquets and nicknames. R014 F89 

— GiLMAN. Short stories from the dictionary. 

412 G42 

— Gbovx. Dictionary of music and musicians. 4y. 

and index. R780.3 G91 



Dictionaries— eon^nvsd. 

— OwiLT. Encyclopeedia of architectnie. 

R720.3 G99 

— HAixxTr and Laino. Dictionary of anonymous 

and pseudonymous literature of Great Britain. 

4y. R014 H13 

^Hamkbsly. Nayal encydopsBdia. R359 lir22 

— Haton. Dictionary of dates. R902 H32 

— Hatnxs. Pseudonyms of authors. R014 H33 

— HOMANS. Cyclopedia of commerce. ROSO H75 

— HOOPXB. Lexicon medicum ; or, Medical diction- 

ary. Reio H7e 

— Houston. Dictionary of electrical words, terms, 

and phrases. R537 H81 

— Knight. American mechanical dictionary. 8y. 

Re20 K74 

— Knight. New mechanical dictionary. 

Re20 K74N 

— Lxwis. Elementary Latin dictionaiy. 

R473 1.58 
— LiDDBix and Scott. Greek-Englidi lexicon. 

R483 Lei 

— LoABiNO, ed. Common sayings, words, and cus- 

toms. 423 L78 

— MiiiiiHOUSS. New Italian and English pronounc- 

ing and explanatory dictionary. R453.2 Mei 

— MoLBSWOBTH. Podcet-book of useful formuln 

and memoranda. e20 M73 

— MoLLETT. Dlustrated dictionary of words used 

in art and archBBology. R703 M73 

— MuBBAY. New English dictionary, pt. 1-6. 

R423 M9e 

— Pabkeb. Glossary of terms used in (Grecian, 

Roman, and Italian architecture. 720*3 P22 

— Ripley and Tayi/)b. Cyclopedia of literature 

and the fine arts. R803 R48 

— Rod WELL. Dictionary of science. R503 Rei 

— Smith, ed. Dictionary of Greek and Roman 

biography and mythology. 8y. R920 Sme 

— Smith, ed. Dictionary of Greek and lUxnan 

geography. 2y. R913«3 Sme 

— Southwick. Handy helps. 802 S08 

— Spiebs and Subxnnk. French and English dic- 

tionary. R443.2 Sp4 

— Stand ABD library cydopcedia of political, consti- 

tutional, statistical and forensic knowledge. 4 y. 

R303 St2 

— Stephen, ed. Dictionary of national biography. 

y.1-26. R»aO St4 

— Stobmonth. Dictionaiy of the English language. 

R423 St7 

— Thomas, comp, Lippincott^s uniyersal pronounc- 

ing dictionary of l^ography and mythology. 

R920 liOe 

— Tbench. Glossary of English words used for- 

merly in senses different from the present. 

R423 T72 

— Ube. Dictionary of arts, manufactures, and 

mines, 2y. R«03 Ur2 

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"DictionBHes—aontiwued, 

— y APEBXAU. Dictionriafre nniyerBel des oontem- 

porains. R9a0 V41 

— Vkitklle. Mercantile dictionaiy. R650 T53 

— YxLisQuxz. BictioDaryoftheSpaziishandEng- 

Udi languages. R463.2 ¥54 

— Wall. Dictdonary of photographj. R770 W 15 

— Ward, ed. Hen of the reign. R920 W21 

— Ward, ed. Hen of the time. R9a0 W21 M 

— Watt. BibUotheca Britannica. R015 W34 

— Watts. Dictionary of chemistay. 9 ▼. 

R540.3 W34 

— Weale. IMctionaiy of terms used in architec- 

ture, engineering, etc. R603 W37 

— Webster. IntematioDal dictionary of the Eng- 

lish language. R423 W39 

— Wheeler. Dictionary of the noted names of 

fiction. R803 W56 

— Wheeler. Familiar allusions. R803 W56F 

— Whitney. Compendious G^erman and English 

dictionary. R433.3 W61 

— WiLLiAics. Readable dictionary. R423 W67 

— Woboxster. Dictionary of the English language. 

R423 W89 

— WoRTHEN. Appletons* cydopsBdia of drawing. 

R740 Ap5 

— Wright. Dictionary of obsolete and provincial 

English. 2v. R423 W03 

— TouMANS. Dictionary of every-day wants. 

R603 Y8 

— - YouKO. Analytical ooncordanoe to the Bible. 

R220.2 Y8 
Dlctionanr of Americanisms. Baitlett* 

R427 B28 

Dictionary of dates. Haydn. R902 H32 
Dictionary of English literature. Adams* 

R8a0.3 Adl 

Dictionary of geography. Beeton. R910 B39 
Dictionary of Latin and Greek quotations, pro- 
verbs, maxims, and mottoes. Riley. 

R870.8 R48 
Dictionary of national biography. v. 1-26. 

Stephen, ed. R920 8t4 

Dictionary of painters and engravers. 2 v. 

Bryan. R927 B84 

Dictionary of phrase and fable. Brewer. 

423 B75 
Dictionary of quotations from the Ti^ gii«ih poets. 
Bohn. 821 B63D 

Dictionary of religious knowledge. Abbott. 

203 Ab2 
Dictionary of science. Rod well. 503 ROl 
Dictionary of terms used in architecture, engineer- 
ing, etc. Weale. R603 W37 
Dictionary of the noted names of fiction. Wheeler. 

R803 W56 
Diderot and the encyclopoBdists. JHorley. 

921 D56 
Dienlalaitt Lends. Diamonds and precious stones. 

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Different forms of flowers on plants of the same 
spedes. Darwin. 580 D25 

Digestion. Combe. Physiology of digestion. 

613 C73 

Dillwyn^E. A. JUL 2 D58 

Diman^J. L. Theistic argument. 211 D59 

Dimitry, John. History of Louisiana. 976.3 D59 
Dingelstedty Franz. Amazon. 3 D61 

DiniZy Julio, pseud. See Coelhoy J. O. G. 
Dircks, Henry. Perpetuum mobile. 531 D63 

— Same. 2d series. 531 D63P 
Discourses on human nature, etc. Dewey. 

252 D51 
Discoveries. fiSse Travels a*^d Voyages. 
Discoveries. (Science.) See Inventions. 
Discoveries and inventionv of the nineteenth 
century. Rontledge. 608 R75 

Discovery of the great West. Parkman. 

970 P23D 
Discovery of the source of th^ Nile. Speke. 

916.7 Sp3 

Diseases. Felleb. Koch^sou^for consumption 

popularly explained. 616 F33 

— Hammond. Diseases of the nervous system. 

616 H18 
See also Mind and Body- 
Diseases of memory. Ribot. 154 R35 
Disraeli, Isaac. Amenities of litorat^ire. 820 D63 

— Curiosities of literature. 4 v. 804 D63C 

— Literary character of men of genius. 804 D63 L 
Dissertations on early law and custom. Maine. 

340 M28D 
Disturbed L^land. Becker. 914.15 B38 

Diversions of a book-worm. Rees. 010 R25 
Divine comedy ; tr. by H. W. Longfellow. Dante 

Alighieri. 851 D23 

Dix, Morgan. Lectures on the calling of aChristian 

woman. 396 D64 

Dixie, Lady F. C. Across Patagonia. 918.2 D64 
Dixon, Charles. Rural bird life. 598.2 D64 

Dixon, J. M. Dictionary of idiomatic TCtigiiah 

phrases. R423 D64 

Dixon, R. B. Fore and aft. 1 D64 

Dixon, W. H. Diana, Lady Lyle. 2 D64D 

— Free Russia. 914.7 D64 
Dobson, Austin, comp. Eighteenth century essays. 

824 D65 

— Hogarth. 927 H67 
Doctor and student. St. Germain. 347 Sa2 
Dr. Syntaxes three tours. Combe. 827 C73 
Doctrinal Theolofry. See Theology. 
Doctrine of descent and Darwinism. Schmidt. 

575 8ch5 
Documents relating to the colonial history of the 
state of New Jersey. 12 v. and index. White- 
head, and others^ ed. R974.9 lir46 
Dodd, A. B. Cathedral days. 914.2 D66 

— Ok>rinda. 1 D666 
Dodd, George. Dictionary of manufactures, min* 

ing, machinery, and the industrial arts. 

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Dodd, H.P. ^EpigTommatiBtB. 808 DM 

Doddridge, Philip. Stanford. Philip Doddridge. 

922 D66 
Dodge, G. H. Bundle of letters to busy girls. 

396 D662 

Dodge, M. A. {OaU Hamiiton.) Our conmian 

school systein. 3T9.73 DM 

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_ Woman's worth and worthlessness. 396 D66 
Dodge, M.M. Donald and Dorothy. Jl D66D 

— Hans Brinker. Jl D66U 

— Theophilns, and others. 1 D661 

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Dodge, T. A. Birds-eye view of our Civil War. 

973.7 D66 

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— Hannibal 937 D66 

— Patrodns and Penelope. 798 D66 
DodgsoB, C. L. {Lewis Carroll.) Alice's adven- 

tone in Wonderland. J2 D66A 

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— Through the looHdng-glaas, and what Alice found 

there. J2 D66T 

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Dogs. Jbssb. Anecdotes of dogs. 591.5 J49 

— JoHONNOT. Book of cats and dogs. J591.5 J66 

— MoRBis. Dogs and their doings. 636.7 JI183 

— Walsh. Dog in health and disease. 

636.7 W16 
See cUeo Zoology. 
Dolbear, A E. Art of projecting. 535 D68 

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Dole, E. P. Talks about law. 340 D68 
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DoU>8 house. Ibsen. 839.82 Ib7D 

Domestic Animals. Oautieb. My household 

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Domestic Archltectore. See Architectore. 
Domestic Economy. Buckets cookery book, 
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Eilet. 973.3 E25 

Dominion of man. Wood. 591.5 W85 

Donaldson, J. W. Theatre of the Greeks. 

882 D71 
Donne, W. B. Euripides. 882.3 D71 

Donnelly, Ignatius. Atlantis. 571 D71 

551 D71 



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Dora's housekeeping. Kirkland. 641 K63 

Dorchester, DanieL Christianity in the United 
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Domer,I. A Future state. 237 D73 

Dorr, J. C. (R.) Bermuda. 917.29 D73 

Dorsey, S. A. Betty. 1 D73B 

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Dottings round the circle. Curtis. 910.4 C94 
Donble-mnner club. Shillaber. J817 Sh6D 
Donbleday, Abner. Chanoellorsville and Gettys- 
burg. 973.7 D74 

Douce, Frauds, ed, Holbein. Dance of death. 

741 H69 
Doudney, Sarah. Under false oolors. 2 D74U 
Douglas, AM. Claudia. 1 D74C 

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— Osborne of Arrochan 1 D740s 

— Out of the wreck. 1 D740u 

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— Stephen Dane. 1 D74St 

— Sydnie Adriance. 1 D74Sy 

— Whom Kathie married. 1 D74W 

— Woman's inheritance. 1 D74Wo 
Douglas, R. K. China. 951 D74 
Dover, G. J. W. A Ellis, Baron, Life of Frederio 

the Second, King of Prussia. 923. 1 F912D 
Dow, S. H. Artistic singhig. 784 D75 

Dowden, Edward. Shakspeare. 822.3 D75 

— Southey. 928.21 So8D 
Dowell, Stephen. Sketch of the history of taxes in 

England. 4 v. 336 D75 

Dowling, Richard. BafBing quest 2 D75B 

Down the islands. Paton. 917.29 P27 

Downs, A. B., and others. Foreign facts and 

fancies. 914 D75 

Doyle, A. C. Firm of Girdlestone. 2 D77F 

— Sign of four. 2 D77S 
Doyle, J. A English colonies in America. S v. 

973.2 D77 

— History of the United States. J973 D77 
Doyle, J. £. Official baronage of England. 8 v. 

R929 D77 
DragomanoT, Minhael t See Stepniak. 



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DUiHAS. 



Dragon flies and moBquitoee. Ijambom. 

695.7 LIT 
Drainage. See Sanitary Engineering. 

Drake 9 iSKr Francis. Cobbxtt. Sir Francis Drake. 

933.5 D78C 

— TowuB. Drake, the sea-king of Devon. 

933.5 D78 
Drake 9 F. S. Indian histxny for young folks. 

J970.1 D78 
Drake, S. A. Arotind the Hub. J974.4 D78 

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— Making of the great West 973 D78 

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— Old landmarks and historic personages of Boston. 

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Drama. I>onaij>son. Theatre of the Greeks. 

883 D71 

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— BcHUEOXU Lectures on dramatic art and litera- 

ture. 808.3 Sch3 

CoUectiona, 

^ Fbbnch's standard drama. 27 v. 833 F87 

— Lamb, comp. Specimens of English dramatio 

poets. 833 L16 

— MoBLEY, ed. English plays. 830.8 C37 f.3 
Draper 9 J. C. , ed. Year book of nature and popular 

science for 1872. 505 D79 
Draper, J. W. Conflict between religion and 

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~ History of the American Civil War. S v. 

973.7 D79 
~ Human physiology. 613 D79 

— Intellectual development of Europe. 2 v. 

901 D79 
~ Thoughts on the future pvil policy of America. 

330 D79 
Drawing, Decoration, and Design. CAVt. Cav^ 
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741 €31 

— Conway. Travels in South Kensington. 

740 €76 

— Day. Anatomy of pattern. 745 D33 

— FowuEB. Drawing in charcoal and crayon. 2 v. 

741 F83 

— Kbmbt««. Art recreations. 740 K31 

— Pabtoit. Caricature and other oondc art. 

741 P35 

— RuBKiN. Elemeots of drawing. 740 R89 

— Tybwhitt. Our sketching club. 741 T98 

— Violet ub Due. Learning to draw. 740 V8I 

— WoBTHBir. Appletons' Cycloptedia of drawing. 

R740 Ap5 
Dray M>n , A. W. Diamond hunters of South Africa. 

916.8 D79 
Drayton 9 H. S., and McNeilly James, firain and 

mind. 139 D79 



Dieamlife. JfitcheU. 818 M69D 

Dreams. Sclireiner. 838 8ch7 

Drew9 Benjandn. Pens and types. 655 D83 

DriAing round the world. Hall. J910.4 HI4D 
Drinkwater9 J. M. See €oBklin9 J. M. (D.) 
Diiver9 S. R. Isaiah ; his life and times. 

330.93 IslSD 
Drone9 E. 8. Treatise on the law of property. 

347 D83 
Dros9 A O. Around a spring. 4 D83 

— Babolain. 4 D83B 
Drags that enslave. Kane. 616 K13 
Dmm-beat of the nation. Coffin. 973.7 €65D 
Dmmmond9 Henry. Natural law in the spiritual 

workL 310 D84 

— Tropical Africa. 916.7 D84 
Dnimmond9 William. Poetical works. - 831 D84 
Dry plate making for amateurs. Sinclair. 

773 Si6 

Dryden9John. Poetical works. 831 D843 

— Poetical works ; with memoir. 831 D843P 
Dn Bois, C. G. Martha Corey ; a tale of the Salem 

witchcraft 1 D85JII 

Do Boisgobey9 Fortund. Lost casket. 4 D85L 

Da ChaillOy P. B. Adventures in the great forest 

of Equatorial Africa, and the country of the 

dwarfs. 916.7 D85A 

>- Country of the dwarfs. J916.7 D85€ 

— Explorations and adventures in Equatorial Africa. 

J916.7 D85E 

— Journey to Ashango-land. J916.7 D85J 

— Land of the midnight sun. 2 v. 914.8 D85 

— Lost in the jungle. J916.7 D85L 

— My Apingi kingdom. J916.7 D85JII 

— Stones of the gorilla country. J916.7 D858 

— Viking age. 2 v. 948 D85 

— WiM life under the equator. J916.7 D85W 
Dache889 paeud. See Argles9 Margaret. 
Dadevant9 A L. A. {Oeorge Sand,) Antonia. 

4 D86A 

~ Bagpipers. 4 D86B 

— Consuek). 4 D86€o 

— Indiana. 4 D861 

— Mauprat. 4 D86JIIa 

— Miller of Angibault. 4 D86illi 

— Monsieur Sylvestre. 4 D86Jlio 

— My sister Jeannie. 4 D86My 

— Nanon. 4 D86N 
-^ Snow man. 4 D86S 

— Tower of Peroemont. 4 D86T0 
Duir9 M. A. (D.) iBELAND. Mrs. Duff. 937 D871 

— Same, 937 D87I2 
Dulfy, Sir C. G. Four years of Irish history. 

041.5 D87 

— Toung Ireland. 941.5 DN7Y 
Dogdale, R. L. '"Jukes." 36t D87 
Dolac 9 George. Before the dawn. 4 D88 
Damas, Alexandra See Duma«9 A D. 
Doma«« A. D. Adventures ot a marquis. 4 D89 

— Andr^ do Tavomey. 4 D89Aii 

— AngePltou. 3 v. 4 D89A| 



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4 D89B 

4 D89Ch 

4 D89CII1 

4 D80CO 

4 I>89Da 

4 D80D 

4 D80E 

4 D89Fr 



Dmnasy A. J),— continued, 

— Bragekmne. 

— Chevalier. 

— La oomtease de Chamj. 4 y. 

— Coiint of Honte-Cristo. 

— La dame de Honaoreau. 2 v. 

— Diana of Meridor. 

— Edmond Dantes. 

— Forty-five. 

NoTB. Same aa Forty-flva flfnardsmeii. 

— Forty-five goardgmen. 4 D80Fr 

— Looiae la Vallifere. 4 D89Lo 
~ Love and liberty. 4 D89L 

— Margnerite de Valois. 2 v. 4 D89]IIa 

— Memoirs of a physician. 4 D89Jlle 

— Queen^s necklace. 4 D89Q 

— ^ix years later. 4 D89S 

— Three guardsmen. 4 D89Th 

— Three musketeers. 2 v. 4 D89Tm 

— Twenty years after. 2 v. 4 D89Tw 

— Vicomte de Bragekmne. 6 v. 4 D89y 
Don, Finlay. Landlords and tenants in L:«land. 

333 D91 
Dunbar, C. F. Chapters on the theory and history 
of banking. 332 D91 

Duncan 9 P. M. Transformation of insects. 

595.7 D91 
Doncan, S. J. American girl in London. 1 D91 A 
Dnnglison, Robley. Dictionary of medical science. 

R610 D91 
Dunham, S. A. History of Spain and PortugaL 

5v. 946 D92 

Dnnlap, William. Memoirs of Charles Brockden 

Brown. 928.13 B81 

Dunn, H. A.C. Fencing. 796 D92 

Dunn, J. P. Indiana. 977.2 D92 

Dunning, A. K. How to do it. Jl D92Ho 

— Letting down the bars. Jl D92L 

— What to do. Jl D92W 
Dunning, Charlotte. Step aside. 1 D922S 

— Upon a cast 1 D922U 
Duplessis, O. Q. Wonders of engraving. 760 D92 
Duppa, Richard. Life and work of Michael 

Angela 927 B88D 

Dupuy, E. A. All for love. 1 D92 

— Cancelled will. 1 D92C 

— Clandestine marriage. 1 D92C1 

— Dethroned heiress. 1 D92D 

— Michael Rudolph. 1 D92M 

— New way to win a fortune. 1 D92N 

— Was he guilty ? 1 D92W 



Duties of women. Cobbe. 396 €63 

Duty. Smiles. 174 Sm4D 

Durand, A. M. (F.) C. H. {Henri OrMOe.) Aline. 

4 D93 

— Count Xavler. • 4 D93C 

— Dosia. 4 D93D 

— Friend. 4 D93F 

— GabrieDe. 4 D93G 

— Ouy^s marriage. 4 D93<iU 

— LudeRodey. 4 D93L 

— Mam'zelle Eugenie. 4 D93M 

— Markof. 4 D93Ma 

— Marrying ofF a daughter. 4 D93Md 

— Noble woman. 4 D93N 

— Philom^e's marriages. 4 D93P 

— Princess Ogherof. 4 D93Pr 

— Saveli's expiation. 4 D93S 

— Sonia. 4 D938o 

— Sylvie's bethrothed. 4 D93Sr 

— T&nia's periL 4 D93T 

— X^nie's inheritance. 4 D93X 

— Zitka. 4 D93Z 
Dttrer, Albrecht. Hsath. Albrecht Dtlrer. 

927 D93 
Duray, Victor. History of Rome. 6 v. R937 D93 
Duyckinck, £. A. History of the world. 4 v. 

909 D95 

— National history of the war for the Union. S v. 

R973.7 D95 

— and G. L. CyclopiBdia of American literature. 

2v. R810.8 D95 

Dwellers in the Arctic regicms. Hartwig. 

919.8 H25 
Dwelling houses. Corfleld. 628 €81 

Dwight, B. W. Higher Christian education. 

370.1 D96 
Dwight, M. A. Ghi-edan and Roman mythology. 

292 D96 

Dwight, NathanieL Lives of the signers of the 

Declaration of Lidep^denoe. 923.2 D96 

Dy ce , Alexander. Qlossary to the works of William 

Shakspeare. 822.3 D98 

Dyer, T. F. T. British popular customs. 394 D98 

— English folk-lore. 398.3 D98 
Dyer, T. H. On imitative art 701 D98 

— Pompeii; its history, buildings, and antiquities. 

913.37 D98 
Dyeing. Bibd. American practical dyer's com- 
panion. 667 B53 
Dynamics. Bottomley. ' 531.3 B65 
Dynamo-electricity. PreMOtt, 537.8 P92D 



Eagle's nest Rnskin. 704 R89 

Earle, John. English prose. 808 Ea7 

Early and late papers. Thackeray. 828 T32E 
Early days of Mormonism. Kennedy. 298 K38 
Early Hanoverians. Morris. 942 JII83E 

Early history of Michigan. Sheldon. 977*4 Sh4 



Early Idngs of Norway. Carlyle* 948 Cld 

Early Plantagenets. Stnbbs. 942 SI9 

Early Rome. Ihne. 937 Ila5 

Early travels in Palestine. Wright.- 

916.4 W93 
Early Tudora. JHoberly. 94^ Mil 



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EARLY. 



EDGAR. 



Early years of Christiaiiity. 4 ▼. Pressens^. 

270.1 P02 
Earth. See Astronomy. 

Earth and maxL Goyot. 551.4 GOO 

— Same. rev. od. 551.4 GOOE 
Earth in past ages. Herrick. 551 H43 
Earth modified by human action. Marsh. 

551 M35E 
Earthquakes. Boscowirz. Earthquakes. 

551.2 BG5 
East Africa and its big game. Willooghhy. 

016.7 W68 
East and west poems. Harte. 811 H25E 

Eastern Alps; handbook for travellers. Bttdeker. 

014.3 B14E 
Eastern proverbs and emblems. Long. 

308.0 L05 
Eastlake, C. L. Hints on household taste. 

740 Ea7 

— Notes on the Louvre gallery, Paris, and on the 

Brera gallery, Milan. 708 Ea7 

Easy star lessons. Proctor. 523.8 P04E 

Eaton, C. A. Rome in the 19th century. 2 v. 

013.37 Ea8 
Eaton, D. C. Ferns of North America. 2 v. 

R587 Ea8 
Ebers, O. M. Burgomaster's wife. 3 Eb3Da 

— Daughter of an Egyptian king. 3 Eb3D 

— Egyptian princess. 2 v. 3 Eb3E 

— Elixir. 3 Eb3El 

— Emperor. 2 v. 3 Eb3Em 

— Homo sum. 3 Eb3H 

— Joshua. 3 Eb3J 

— Margery. 2y. 3 Eb3M 

— Question. 3 Eb3Q 

— Sisters. 3 Eb38i 

— Uarda. 2 v. 3 Eb3U 

— Word, only a word. 3 Eb3W 
EcceDeus. Parker. 232 P22 
Eceehomo. Seeley. 232 8e3 
Ecclesiastical History. Adams. Emancipation 

of BCassachusetts. 277.4 Adl 

— Beds, The Venerable, Ecclesiastical history of 

IgyiglnnH 274.2 B30 

— Blackburn. History of the Christian church. 

270 B56 

— BuiioxirKB. History of the Council of Trent. 

270.6 B88 

— CULRKS. Events and epochs in religious history. 

270 C55 

— Crkiohton. History of the papacy during the 

period of the Reformation. 270.5 C8G 

— Dorchester. Christianity in the United States. 

277.3 D72 

— EusEBiTJS Pamphili. EcclesLastical history. 

270.1 Ea7 

— EvAORius. Eccleisastical history from a. d. 481 

to 594. tn 270.2 T34 

— FiSHXR. History of the Christian church. 

270 F53 

— FiSHXR. ReformatioiL 270.6 F53 



Ecclesiastical History— continued, 

— Griesinoer. ' Jesuits ; a complete history. 

271.5 G87 

— Hatch. Oiiganization of the early Christian 

churches. 270.2 H28 

— Hurst. Outline of church history. 270 H04 

— Maitland. Dark ages. 270.3 M28 

— Merle d' AuBiONi. History of the Ref ormatian 

of the sixteenth century. 5 v. 270.6 M54 

— Merrick. Sketch of the Society of Jesus. 

271.5 JII55 

— 3iiLMAN. History of Christianity. 2 v. 270 M63 

— MnjLAN. History of Latin Christianity. 8 v. 

270 M63L 

— MowTALEMBERT. Mouks of the West. 7 V. 

271 M76 

— MosHEDC. Ecclesiastical history, ancient and 

modem. 2 v. 270 M85 

— PRESSBNSt. Early years of Christianity. 4 v. 

270.1 P02 

— RusKiN. Our fathers have told US. 270.2 R80 

— ScHAFF. History of the Christian church. 5 v. 

270.1 Schl 

— Seebohm. Era of the Protestant revolution. 

270.6 8e3 

— Smith. History of the Christian church. 2 v. 

270 Sm6 

— Socrates. Ecclesiastical history. 270.2 8o2 

— SozoiCEN. Ecclesiastical history. 271.2 SoO 

— Stouohton. History of religion in England. 6 v. 

274.2 St7 

— Theodoret. History of the church from a. d. 

322 to 427. 270.2 T34 

— Wyije. History of Protestanism. 8 v. 270 W07 
Echoes of the footrhills. Harte. 811 H25EC 
Eckstein y Ernst Quintus Claudius. 2 v. 

3 Ec5Q 

Eclectic historical atlas. R012 Ec6 

Eclectic history of the United States. Thal- 

helmer. 073 T32 

Economic and social history of New England, 1620- 

1789. Weeden. 074 W41 

Economic interpretation of history. Rogers. 

330 R63 
Economic sophisms. Bastiat. 337 B20 

Economic studies. Bagehot. 330 B14 

Economics. See Political Economy. 
Economics for beginners. Macleod. 330 M22 
Ecuador. Hassaurek. Four years among Span- 
ish Americans. 018.6 H27 
Eden, C. H. West Indies. 072.0 jBd2 
Eder, J. M. Chemical effect of the spectrum ; tr. 
by W. de W. Abney. 771 Ed2 
Edersheim, Alfred. Life and times of Jesus the 
Messiah. 2 v. 232 Ed2 
Edersheim, E. W. Bites and worship of the Jews. 

206 Ed22 
Edgar, J, G. Boyhood of great men. J020 Ed3 

— Footprints of famous men. 020 EddF 

— History for boys. J04O Ed3 

— Sea-kings and naval heroes. J023 Ed3 



m 



EDGAR. 



EGGLESTON. 



Edgar, J. O. — continuBd, 

— Wan of the Rows. Jd42 £d3 
Edgeworth, Karia. Kovels and tales. 8 v. 2 Ed3 
Ediiy R. W. Decoraticm and fnmitnre of town 

hotuea. 749 Ed4 

Edison, T. A. Denblow and Pabkkr. Thomas 

A. Edison and Samael F. B. Morse. 

020 Ed4D 
Edkins, Joseph. Chinese Buddhism. 294 Ed4 
Edacation. Asoham. Schol^master. 370 A82 

— Baht. Education as a science. 370 BIO 

— Baij>wxn. Elementary psychology and educa- 

tion. , 370.1 B19 

— Babxabd. National education in Europe. 

373.4 B25 

— Bates. Mental and moral culture. 370.4 B31 

— Bates. Method of teachers* institutes and the 

theory of education. 370.7 B31 

-> Booke. Education in the United States. 

370.0 B64 
Education of American girls. 

376 E72 
History and progress of education. 

370.0 B78 

— BUBXE. Law of public schools. 370.73 BOl 

— Cassetj/s popular educator. 6 v. 370.3 C26 

— Clabxe. Building of a brain. 376 C55 

— CuLBKE. Sex in education. 376 C558 
Our commoD school system. 

379.73 D66 
Higher Christian education. 

370.1 D96 
Practical education. 370.4 Et2 

— Tttnojov, Education of girls. 396 F35 

— FOSTBK. Evils of popular ignorance. 

370.1 F81 

— FbObel. Education of man. 370.1 F02 

— Howe. Sex and education. 376 H83 
European schools. 379.4 K67 
Higher education of women in Europe. 

376 L26 

Old Greek education. 370.0 M27 

Lectores and annual reports on educa- 

370.4 M31 
Means and ends of universal educa- 

370 M45 



— DOOOE. 



DWIOHT. 



— Lahge. 



— Mann. 

tioD. 

— Mathew. 

tioiL 



— Obton. Liberal education of woman. 376 Or8 
History of education. 370.9 P16 
Educator. 376 P61 



— Fkxlps. Student ; or, Fireside friend. 

376 P51S 

— BandaiXi. Common school system of New Tork. 

379.74 R15 

— Randall. Fint principles of popular educ&r 

tion. 370 R15 

— RosENKBANZ. Philosophy of education. 

370.1 R72 

— Sands. Philosophy of teaching. 370.1 Sa5 

— SE¥rELL. Principles of education. 376 8e8 

— Spbnceb. Education; intellectual, moral, and 

phyricaL 370 8p3 



Edn(»ition — contintied, 

— WiESE. German letters on RngUsh education. 

373.42 W63 

See alto Teachers and Teaching. 

Edward XXL, King of England, Wabbubton. 

Edward m. 942 W19 

Edward y the Black Prince, Creiqhton. Life of 

Edward, the Black Prince. 923.1 £d95C 

Edward, Thomas. Smiles. Life of a Scotch 

naturalist ; Thomas Edward. 925 Ed9 

Edwardesy Annio. Ballroom roi)entenoe. 

2 Ed93B 

— Bluestocking. 2 Ed92Bl 

— GirtoDgirL 2 Ed92G 

— Jet ; her face or her fortune f 2 Ed92J 

— Leah ; a woman of fashion. 2 Ed92L 

— Ought we to Yisit her ? 2 Ed920n 

— Pearl powder. 2 Ed92P 

— Playvnlght^s daughter, Bertie Griffiths. 

2 Ed92Pl 

— Steyen Lawrence. 2 Ed928 

— Vagabond heroine. 2 Ed92y 

— Vivian, the beauty. 2 £d92yi 
Edwards, A. B. Barbara's history. 2 v. 

2 Ed9B 

— Debenham^s vow. 2 Ed9D 

— Half a million of money. 2 v. 2 Ed9H 

— Hand and glove. 2 Ed9Ha 

— In the days of my youth. 2 Ed9I 

— Lord Brackenbury. 2 Ed9Lo 

— MissCarew. 2 Ed9M 

— Thousand miles up the Nile. 916.2 Ed9 

— UAtrodden peaks. 914.36 Ed9 
Edwards, Elieser. Words, facts, and phrases, 

R423 Ed9 

Edwards, H.S. Lyrical drama. 2 v. 782 Ed9 

— RoaBini and his schooL 927 R73 
Edwards, J. N. Shelby and his men. 973.7 Ed9 
Edwards, M. B. Betham.— Brother GabrieL 

2 Ed93B 

— Disarmed. 2 Ed93D 

— Doctor Jacob. 2 Ed93Do 

— Exchange no robbery. 2 Ed93£ 

— FeUda. 2 Ed93Fe 

— For one and the world. 2 Ed93Fo 

— Forestalled. 2 Ed93F 

— Next of kin wanted. 2 Ed93If 

— Parting of the ways. 2 Ed93P 

— Pearla. 2 Ed93Pe 

— Sylvestres. 2 Ed93S 
Effects of cross and self fertilisation in the vegetable 

kingdom. Darwin. 581 D25 

Egan, Pierce. Life in London. 914.2 Egl 

Eggleston, Edward. Circuit rider. 2 Eg3C 

— End of the world. 1 Eg3E 

— First book in American history. J973 Eg3F 

— Hoosier school-boy. J 1 Eg3H 

— Hoosier school-master. 1 Eg3Ilo 

— Household history of the United States and its 

people. 973 Eg3 

— Mystery of Metropolisville. 1 Eg3JII 



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EgS^lestoiiy Edward — continved, 

— Queer gtories for boys and ^Is. Jl "EgSQ 

— Roxy. 1 £g3R 

— and Seelye, L. £. Brant and Red Jacket. 

970.1 £g3B 
Eggleston, G. C. Big brother. Jl Bg32B 

— Captain Sam. Jl £g32C 

— Red Eagle and the wars with the Creek Indians 

of Alabama. 070.1 E932R 

-- Signal boys. Jl £g32S 

— Strange stories from history for young people. 

J(K)9 £g3 

— Wreck of the Red Bird. J 1 Eg32 W 

— ed. American war ballads and lyrics. 2 v. 

811 £g3 
Eglestoiiy K. H. Home and its surroundings. 

710 £g5H 

— Villages and village life. 710 EgSV 
Egypt. Appleton. Nile journey. J016.2 Ap5 

— Baker. Ismailla. 016.2 B17 

— Berkley. Pharaohs and their people. 032 B45 

— Birch. Egypt from the earliest times to b. c. 

900. 032 B53 

— Brugbch. "Egypt under the Pharaohs. 2 v. 

032 B83 

— Brugsch. True story of the Exodus. 032 B83T 
~ CuMiONO. Via Cornwall to Egypt. 016.2 €01 

— Curtis. Nile notes of a Howadji 016.2 €04 

— Dawson. Egypt and Syria. 220 D32 

— Edwards. Thousand miles up the Nile. 

016.2 EdO 

— Hauc Family flight oyer Egypt and Syria. 

J016.2 H13 

— EiNO. Cleopatra's needle. 220 K58€ 

— Knox« Adventures of two youths in a journey 

to Egypt and the Holy Land. J016.2 K77 

— LoFns. Ride in Egypt. J016.2 L82 

— McCoAK. Egypt as it is. 016.2 M13 

— Poole. Egypt. 062 P78' 

— Rawlinson. Story of ancient Egypt. 032 RIO 

— Russell. View of ancient and modem Egypt 

032 ROl 

— ScHWEDTFURTH. Heart of Africa. 2 ▼. 

016.2 SchO 

— Stuart. Egypt after the war. 016.2 StO 

— Taylor. Egypt and Iceland in 1874. 

016.2 T21 

— TowLE. England in Egypt 062 T65 

— TuoNOT DE Lanoye. Rameses the Great 

032 T81 

— Warner. Hy winter on the Nile. 016.2 W24 

— Waters. Egypt 032 W31 

— Wilkinson. Popular account of the ancient 

Egyptians. 2 v. 032 W65 

See aUo Abyssinia ;— Aflica ;— Morocco. 
Eighteenth century eaaays. Dobsony ed. 

824 D65 
Eighteenth century in scholarship and literature. 
DeQnincey. 824 D44E 

Eighty-five years of Irish history. Daont. 

041.5 D26 



Eissler, ManueL Hodem high ezploslTes. 

662 Ei8 
Ekkoes from Kentucky. Locke. 817 I.70E 
Elam, Charles. Fhysician^s problems. 614 Ell 
Elder, William. Questions of the day.- 330 E12 
Elderhorst , William. Qualitative blow-pipe analy- 
sis; ed. by Nason. '544 E!2 

— iSiam^/ ed. by Nason and Chandler. 544 E12B 
Eldorado. Taylor. 017.04 T21 
Elections. See Politics and Government. 
Electric Engineering. HsRiNa. Principles of 

dynamo-electric machines. 537.8 H42 

— ScHSLLEN. Hagnetx>-electrlo and dynamo-eleo- 

tric machines. 537.8 Sch2 

— Slingo and Brooker. Electrical engineering. 

537.8 S13 

— Swinburne. Practical electrical measurement 

537.8 Sw6 

Electric liighting. > American systeim of electric 

lighting, anon, 537.8 JLni3 

— Atkinson. Elements of electric lighting. 

537.8 At5 

— Morton. Electric lighting. 537.8 M84 

— Prbscx)tt» Dynamo-electricity. 537.8 P02D 

— Thurston. Stationary steam engines adapted to 

electric lighting purposes. 621 .1 T42S 

— XJRQUHART. Electric light fitting. 537.8 Ur6 
Electric Railways. Martin. Electric motor. 

537.8 M36 
Electric telephone. Prescott. 537.8 P02E 
Electricity. Atkinson. Elements of static elec- 
tricity. 537.2 At5E 

— Ayrton. Practical electricity. 537 Ay7 

— Baile. Wonders of electricity. 537 B15 

— Barnard. First steps in electricity. 537 B25 

— Benjamin. Age of electricity. 537 B43 

— Brackstt. Electricity in daily life. 

537.8 B72 

— CmaoNQ. Electricity treated experimentally. 

537 COl 

— Desmond. Electricity for engineers. 537 D46 

— FiSKE. Electricity in theory and practice. 

537 F54 

— Fonyielle. Thunder and lightning 

537.4 F73 

— Gordon. Electricity and magnetism. 2y. 

537 G65 

— Gordon. Practical treatise on electric lighting. 

537.8 G65 

— GuTHRDE. Magnetism and electricity. 537 G08 

— Houston. Dictionary of electrical words, terms, 

and phrases. R537 H81 

— Jenkin. Electricity and magnetism. 537 J41 

— Kempe. Handbook of electrical testing. 

537 K32 

— LocKWOOD. Electricity, magnetism, and electric 

telegraphy. 537.8 L78 

— Lodge. Modem views of electricity. 537 L82 

— Meadowcropt. a B C of electricity. 537 M46 

— Niaudst. Elementary treatise on electric bat- 

teries. 573 N51 



m 



EUBCTRICmr. 



ENGIHEERING. 



Electricity— oonHntied. 

— Pbxsoott. Electricity and tbedectric telegraph. 

2t. 537.8 P92EI 

— Thompson, Elementary lenoDS in electricity and 

magnetiani« 537 T37 

— Tbxvxbt. Experimental electricity. 

537.0 T72 

— Tksvxbt. Handbook of electricity. 

537.8 T73 

— Ttmdaix. LeoBons in electricity. 537 T97L 

— Ttndall. Light and electricity. 535 T97 

— Ubbaritikt. Electricity in the servico of man. 

537 Url 
See cdao Electric Engineering ;— Magnet- 
ism ;— Telegraph ;— Telephone. 
Electro-Metallnrgy* Gk)BX. Art of electro- 
metalhirgy. 537.8 G66 

— Wait. Electro-depoaltion. 537.8 W34 
Elephants. Holdxb. Ivory king; history of the 

elephant 590 H71 

Eleyator. Howells. 812 H83E 

ElUah ; his life and times. Mllligan. 

220.93 E14M 
ElUah, the prophet Taylor. 220.92 E14T 
Elloty George, peeud. See Cross, M. E. L. 
Eliot, Samuel, eomp. Selections from American 
authors. 818 EI4 

Elisabeth, Queen of England, Abbott. History 
of Queen Elizabeth. 923.1 E14A 

Ellenborongh, Edward Law, let Eati of. Politi- 
cal diary. 2t. 923.2 E15 
Ellet, E. F. (L.) Domestic history of the Ameri- 
can Revolution. 973.3 E15 

— Pioneer women of the West 920.7 EI5P 
EUlot, Frances. Italians. 2 E14 

— Old court life in France. 2 E140 
-RedcaidinaL 2 EUR 
ElUot,H.R. Bassett daim. 1 E15 
Elliot, H.W. Our Arctic province. 917.98 E15 
Elliot, Jonathan, ed. Debates in the several con- 
ventions on the adoption of the Federal Ckm- 
stitntlon. 5 v. 342.73 E15 

Ellis, A. B. West African islands. 914.6 EI5 

Ellis, KS. Camp-fire and wigwam. Jl EI5L2 

— Camp in the mountains. Jl E15D2 

— FootinrintB in the forest Jl EI5L3 

— Hunteraof the Onurk. Jl E15D 

— Storm mountain. Jl EI5S 

— Wyoming. Jl E15W 
Ellis, George. Specimens of early English metrical 

romances. 821 E15 

Ellis, WilUam. Three visits to Madagascar. 

916.9 £15 

Elton, J. F. Travels among the lakes and mountains 
of Eastern and Central Africa. 916.7 E18 
Enuuioi]iation of Massachusetts. Adams. 

277.4 Adl 

Emerson, E. R. Indian myths. 291 Em3 

Emerson, O. B. Tnti and shrubs of Maasar 

dramtte. 3 v. 581.97 Em3 



Emerson, R. W. Conduct of life. 814 £m3C 
•* English traits. 914.2 Em3 

— Essays. 2 v. 814 Em3E 

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— Poems. 811 Em3 

— Representative men. 814 Em3R 

— Society and solitude. 814 Em3S 

— and Carlyle, Thomas. Correspondence of Carlyle 

and Emerson. 2 v. 928.24 C19Fr 

— Cabot. Memoir of Ralph Waldo Emerson. 2 v. 

. 928.14 £m3C 

— Conway. Emerson at home and abroad. 

928.14 £m3Co 

— Sanbobn. Genius and character of Emerson. 

928.14 Em3S 
Emerton, J. H. Life on the seashore. 591.9 Em3 

— Structure and habits of spiders. 595.4 Em3 
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immigration. 325 8e8 

-> Smith. Emigration and immigration. 325 Sm6 
Emin Pasha. See Schnitzer, Eduard. 
Emin Pasha in Central Africa. Schnitzer. 

916.7 Sch6 
Eminent Americans. I«ossing. 920 L89 

Eminent "KngHgh Liberals. Davidson. 

923.2 D28 
Emotions, The. McCosh. 157 M13 

Emotions and the wilL Bain. 157 B16 

Emotions in man and animals. Darwin. 

591 D25 
Empirical psychology. Hlckox. 150 H52 

Enanlt, Louis. Captain^s dog. 4 Enl 

Encyclopaedia Americana ; ed. by Francis Lieber 

and others. 13 v. R031 Enl 

Encyclopaedia Britannica. 25 v. R032 Enl 
Encyclopaedia of practical receipts and processes. 

Dick. R603 D54 

Encyclopaedias. See Cyclopaedias. 
Enemies of booka Blades. 025 B56 

Engineering. Ain>SBSON. Strength of materials 

and structures. 620 An2 

— Afpueton. DictionaTy of engine-work. 2 v. 

R620 Ap5 

— Clark. Manual of rules, tables, and data for 

mechanical engineers. 621 C55 

— Gbimshaw. Pump catechism. 621 G88 

— Hasweix. Mechanic's and engineer's pocket book 

of tables, rules, and formulas. 620 II27 

— Knioht. American mechanical dictionary. 3 v. 

R620 K74 

— Knioht. New mechanical dictionary. 

R620 K74N 

— LuKiir. Amongst machines. J621 L96 

— LuKiN. Boy engineers. J621 L06B 

— MoLESWOBTH. Pocket book of useful f ormulaa 

and memoranda. 620 M73 

— Rankins, Manual of applied mechanics. 

621 R16 



£N6IN£ERIlf6« 



SJfGLAIfD* 



En^neering — continued. 

— IlANKiifS. Manual of civil engineering. 

620 RIGM 

— Rankins. Uaeful rules and tables. 620 R16U 

— Rosx. Hcdem machine-shop practice. 2 t. 

621 R72M 

— RossrrsB. Elementary handbook of applied 

mechanics. 621 R73 

— ScBEBNEB. Engineer's and mechanic's companion. 

621 Scr6 

— Shunk. Field engineer. 625 Sh9 

— Thubston. Growth of the steamrongine. 

621.1 T42 

— Thubston. Materials of engineering. 8 t. 

620 T42 
See cd9o Electric Engineering ;~Mining. 
Engineer's handy book. Roper. 621.1 R68E 
England. History, 

— Allxk. Battles of the British navy. 042 A15 

— BssANT. Fifty years ago. 042 B46 

— Calcott. Little Arthur's history of England. 

J042 C13 

— Cabbxl. Counter revolution in Europe. 

042 C23 

— Chuboh. Story of early Britain. 042 C47 

— Chubch. With the king at Oxford. 042 C47W 

— CoBDXBT and Phillpotts. Eling and Common- 

wealth. 042 C81 

— Cbxiohton. Age of Elizabeth. 042 C86 

— DiCKSNS. Child's history of England. J042 D55 

— Edoab. War of the Roses. 042 Ed3 

— Flokkkck of Worcester. Chronicle. 042 F66 

— Fbmxmax. English towns and districts. 

042 F87E 

— Freeman. History of the Norman Conquest of 

England. 5 v. and index. 042 F87 

— Fbbeican. Old English history. 042 F870 

— Fboudb. History of England. 12 v. 042 F03 

— Oaibdnxb. Houses of Lancaster and Tork. 

042 G12 

— Oabdnsb. First two Stuarts and the .Puritan 

Revolution. 042 G16 

— GOADBT. England of Shakespeare. 042 G53 

— Obkek. Conquest of England. 042 G82 

— Obkbn. History of the English people. 

042 G82H 

— Obekn. Making of England. 042 G82JII 
^ Qbebn. Readings from English history. 

042 G82R 

— Gbeen. Short history of the English people. 

042 G82S 

— ObxvilJjE. Oreville memoirs ; Journal of the 

reign of Queen Victoria, 1887-60. 3 v. 042 G86 

— OuizoT. Monk ; or, The fall of the republic. 

042 G04 

— OuizoT. Popular history of England. 4 v. 

042 G04P 
•-Haul FaU of the Stuarts. 042 H13 

— Eajaj, Court life under the Flantogenets. 

042 H14 



ISngland — continued. 

— HOFXINB. Puritans and Queen EUsabeth. 8 v. 

042 H77 

— Hums. History of England. 6 v. 042 H88 

— Hunnewell. Imperial island. 042 H80 

— Johns and Nicolas. Naval and military history 

of Great Britain. 042 J62 

— JussEBAND. English wayfaring life in the 

Middle Ages. 042 J08 

— KiNQSLEY. Children of Westminster Abbey. 

J042 K61 

— Knight. Half hours of EngUsh history. 4 v. 

042 K74 
^ Kniort. History of TCnglAnH. 8 v. 042 K74H 

— Lancasteb. Manual of English history. 

042 I«22 

— Lappenbebo. History of England under the 

Anglo-Saxon kings. 2 v. 042 I«31 

— Leckt. History of England in the 18th oantnry. 

042 L40 

— LiNOABD. History of England. 10 v. 042 L64 

— Macaulat. History of England. 4 v. 

042 Mil 

— McCabtht. Epoch of reform. 042 M12Ep 

— McCabtht. History of our own times. 2 v. 

042 M12H 

— Mabtineau. Epoch of reform. 042 

— Mabtineau. History of England. 4 v. 

042 

— Matthew of Paris. English history, 1235-78. 8 v. 

042 M43 

— Mtt.t.wr History of the Anglo-Saxons. 

042 M61 

— Mitchell. English lands, letters, and kings. 2 v. 

042 M60 

— Mobeblt. Early Tudors. 042 M71 

— MOLBSWOBTH. History of England. 8 v. 

042 M73 

— MoBLET. Memoirs of Bartholomew Fair. 

042 MTT 

— MoBBis. Age of Anne. 042 M83 

— MoBBis. Early Hanoverians. 042 M83E 

— Raleioh. Last fight of the Revenge at sea. 

042 R13 

— RoGEB of Hoveden. Annals of the history pC 

England. 2 v. 042 H82 

— RooEB of Wendover. Flowers of history. 2 v. 

042 R63W 

— Rolfe. Tales from EngUsh history in prose and 

verse. 042 R64 

— Smith. Foreign visitors in England. 042 Sm5 

— Stubbs. Early Plantagenets. 042 StO 

— TowLE. Toung people^s history of England. 

J042 T65 

— Wabbubton. Edward the Third. 042 WIO 

— William of Malmetbury. Chronide of the 

Kings of England. 042 W67 

— YowQE. Victorian half century. 042 Y8¥ 

— ToNOE. Toung folks' history of England. 

J042 Y8T 



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ENGL18H. 



Kngland— oonMiiued. 

TraveU, 

— Baskker, ed. Great Brit&iii. 914.2 B146 

— Babxker. London and its enyirons. 

914.2 B14L 

— B AHJET. England from a back window . 

914.2 B15 

— Bloomfixij>. - Reminiscenoee of court and 

diplomatic life. 2y. 914.2 B62 

— Buttebwobth. Zigzag journeys in the British 

Isles. J914.2 B98 

— Cabnxgeb. American four-in-hand in Britain. 

914.2 C21 

— CooFEB. Gleanings in Europe ; England. 2 v. 

914.2 CT8 

— BODD. Cathedral days. 914.2 D66 

— Embbson. English traits. 914.2 Em3 

— EscoTT. England ; her people, polity, and pur- 

suits. 914.2 Esl 

— HAWTHoWnc Our old home. — Septimius Felton. 

914.2 H310 

— Hawthobne. Passages from English note-books. 

914.2 II31 

— Jenninqs. Rambles among the hills. 

914.2 J44 

— Knioht. Old England. R914.2 K74 

— Knox. Boy travellers in Great Britain and Ire- 

land. J914.2 K77 

— Laugel. England, political and social. 

914.2 I«36 

— Mnj«EB. FLrst imivressions of England and its 

people. 914.2 M61 

-ScuDDEB. English Bodley family. J9] 4.2 Scii2 

— Store. Heart of Merrie England. 914.2 St7 

— Taine. Noteb on England. 914.2 T13 

— TncBS. Abbeys, castles, and ancient halls of 

England and Wales. 914.2 T48 

— Wai/tebs. In Tennyson land. 914.2 W17 

— White. England without and within. 

914.2 W58 

— WmTEB. Trip to England. 914.2 W73 

See cUeo London. 
£ngland from a back window. Bailey. 

914.2 B15 
Bnglandy her people, polity, and pursuits. Escott. 

914.2 Esl 
England in Egypt. Towle. 962 T65 

England of Shakespeare. Goadby. 942 G53 
England; political and sociaL Laogel. 

914.2 L36 
England without and within. White. 

914.2 W58 
English, T. D. Boy*s book of battle-lyrics. 

J811 En3 
English actors. Baker. 927 B17 

English and American mechanic. Van Cleve. 

602 V27 

English and Scottish ballads. ChUd,ed. 

821 C43 



English Bodley family. Scndder. J914.2 Scn2 
English ooloDJes in Amarifift. Doyle. 

973.2 D77 

English composHdon. Niohol. 808 N51 

English Constitntion. See Constitntional Law 

and History. 
English eccentrics and eccentricities. Timbs. 

920.8 T48 

English folk-lore. Dyer. 398.3 D98 

English governess at the Siamese courts Leo- 

nowens. 915.9 L55 

English granunar exercises. Morris and Bowen* 

425 M83 
English humoristB. Thackeray, in 828 T32F 

— -Same. in 828 T32Fo 

— Same. in SZS T3 .R3 
English in Ireland in the 18th century. 3 y. 

Fronde. 941.5 F93 

English in the West Indies. Fronde. 

917.29 F93 

English lands, letters, and kings. 2 v. Mitchell. 

942 M69 
Snglish Language. Abel. Linguistic essays. 

404 Ab3 

— Alfobd. Plea for the Queon^s English. 

428.3 A12 

— Cbaik. Outlines of the history of the English 

language. 420 C84 

— Fivb hundred miKfakes corrected, anon. 

428.3 F58 

— Hodgson. Errars in the use of English. 

428.3 H66 

— Labbabee. One thousand mistakes corrected. 

428.3 L3{ 

— Mackat. Lost beauties of the Rngijgh language. 

427 M19 

— Mabsh. Lectures on the English language. 

420 M35 

— Mabsh. Origin and history of the English lan- 

guage. 420 M350 

— Mathews. Words; their use and abuse. 

428.3 M42 

— OsMUN, T. E. Verbalist 428.3 085 

— Tbench. English, past and present. 420 T72 

— White. Words and their uses. 428.3 W58 

See aiso Dialects ;— Dictionaries ;— Errors 
of Speech and Writing;— Grammar; 
— Pronunciation ; — Spelling ; — Syn« 
onymcs ;— Words. 
English Literature. Adams. Dictionary of Eng- 
lish Uterature. 820.3 Adl 

— Beebs. From Chaucer to Tennyson. 820 B39 

— Cabpenteb. English of the 14th century. 

820 C22 

— CiiEYELAin). Compendium of English literature. 

820 C59C 

— CLEVELAin). English literature of the 19th cen- 

tury. 820 C59E 

— Cbaik. Compendious history of English literft- 

toie. 2y. 820 C84 



m 



ENGLISH. 



JBRRORS. 



English Uleratiiie-HxmMniMd. 

— Di8RA«Tj. Amwiltiwi of litenitars. 2 y. 

SM I>63 

^FiKLDft. Testerdays with anthon. 890 F45 
-^Hazlht. Literature of the age of Wllwiheth. 

820 H32 

— HoDOKiNB. Guide to the study of nineteenth 

eentuiy authors. 820 H66 

— Hunt. Repreeentatiye Knglish prose and prose 

writers. 820 HOI 

— HiNTO. Manual of RngHrfi prose literature. 

820 MOO 

— HORLBT, ed. English writers. 820 M82 

— MinuLAinr. Development of old English thought. 

820 MOl 

— Oliphaht. Literary history of England. 8 v. 

820 013 

— PXB&T. English literature in the 18th century. 

820 P41 

— RiCHABDBON. Familiar talks on English literar 

tura. 820 R37 

— Saihtbbubt. History of Elisabethan literature. 

820 Sa2 

— Smith. Sy uopsJB of Engli s h and American litera- 

ture. 820 8m5 

— Stkphxn. Hours in a libraiy. 820 8t3 

— SwiRTON. Studies in Englidi literature. 

820 Sw5 

— Taine. History of English literature. 2 v. 

820 T13 

— Welsh. I>eTelopm0nt of English literature and 

language. 2y. 820 W44 

— Whipple. Literature of the age of Elizabeth. 

820 W57 

— Wbiqht. Children's stories in Englidi literature. 

J820 W93 

CoUeeUona, 

^ HoBLET, ed. CsfwoIVs library of English litera- 
ture. ▼. 1-S. 820.8 M82 
English literature in the 18th century. Perry* 

820 P41 

English literature of the 19th oentury. Cleyeland* 

820 C50E 
English men of science. Gaiton* 136 G13 

English newspapers. Bourne* 072 BOO 

English novel and the principle of its development. 
Lanier. 823 L27 

English of the 14th oentury. Carpenter* 

820 €22 
English painters. Bnxton* 759*2 B98 

English, past and present. Trench* 420 T72 
English plays. Morley* in 820*8 M82 ▼*3 
English poets. 4y. Ward, ed. 821 W21 

English portraits. Sainte Bea¥e* 028*2 Sa2 
English prose. Earle* 808 Ea7 

English Radical leaders. Hlnton. 023*2 H59 
English Bestoration and Louis 14th. Airy* 

940 Ai7 
BnfUah aomiste. Dennis. 821 D41 



English towns and distrlots. Freeman* 

042 F87E 
English traits. Emerson* 914*2 Em3 

English verslflcatioD. Parsons* 808 P25 

English wayfaring life in the Middlfr Ages. Jns- 
serand* 942 J98 

English writers. Morley* 820*9 M82 

Engmying* Duplesbis. Wonders of engraving. 

760 D92 

— RusKiN. Ariadne Florentiina. 761 R89 

— WoODBEBBT. History of wood engraving. 

761 W85 
Engravings* Holbein. Dance of death. 

741 H69 
Ennemoser, Joseph. History of magic 2 v. 

133 En6 
EnniSy Jacob. Origin of the stars, and the causes 
of thehr motions and thehrUght. 523*8 En6 
Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore, MtL 
Plndhiglist. 1890. R017 Eb6 

Entertaining naturalist London* • 590 L92 
Entomology* See Insects* 
Entomology for beginners. Packard* 

595*7 P12 
EOthen* Kingland* 915*6 K59 

Epic of kings. Firdaasi* 895 F51 

Epic songs of Russia. Hapgood* 891*71 H21 
Epics and romances. Wagner* 398*2 W12 
Epigrams* Dodd. Epigrammatists. 808 D66 

— Martial. Epigrams. 877*6 M36 
Episcopal Church* I^bootob. History of the 

Book of Common Prayer. 283 PiM 

Episodes in a Ufe of adventure. Oliphant* 

910*8 013 
Episodes of insect Ufe. Wood* 595*7 W85E 
Epitome of andent, modem, and mediasval history. 
Ploetz* 909 P72 

Epitome of the synthetic philosophy of Herbert 
Spencer. Collins* 192 C69 

Era of the Ftotestant Revolution. Seebohm* 

270*6 8e3 
Eras and characters of history. Williams* 

204 W67 

Erckmann, &nile, aad Chatrian, Alexandre. 

Bk)ckade of Fhalsburg. 4 £lr2 

— Conscript 4 Er2C 

— Friend Frits. 4 Er2F 

— Invasion of France in 1814. 4 Er2I 

— Madame Th^rfese. 4 Er2M 
-Plebiscite. 4 Er2P 

— Waterkx). 4 Er2W 
Erecthens; a tragedy. Swinburne* 822 Sw6E 
Erichseny Hugo. Cremation of the dead. 

393 Er4 
Ericsson, John. Chubch. Life of John Ericsnn. 

926 Er4C 

Emiy Henri. Mineralogy simplified. 549 Er6 

Erroll, Henry. Ugly duckUng. 2 Er7U 

Errors of Speech and Writing AuroBD. Flea 

for the Queen^ English. 428*3 A12 

— FXVS hundred mistakes corrected. 428*3 F58 



m 



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ES8AV8. 



Errors-^oontiniMd. 

— Hodgson. Errors in the use of RngHrii. 

428.3 H06 

— Labrabes. Que thooaand mistakes corrected. 

428.3 L32 

Ersklne. Thomas, Baron. Speeches. 4 v. 

825 Er8 

Erakine, Mrs, Thomas. Wyncote. 2 £r8 

EscoU, T. H. S. EDgland ; her people, polity, and 

imrsuits. 914.2 Esl 

Esoteric Buddhism. Sinnett. 212 Si6 

Essay on the improvement of time ; with notes on 

sermons. Foster. 204 F81 

Essay on the principle of population. Malthas. 

312 M29 
Essays. Addison. Works. 8 v. 824 Ad2 

— Alxxn. Common sense science. 814 AI5 

— Abnold. On the study of Celtic literature and 

on translating Homer. 824 ArOO 

— Abnold. Culture and anarchy. 824 Ar6C 

— Arnold. EsBays in critidsn. 824 Ar6E 
~ Abnold. Mixed essays. 824 ArOM 

— Bain. Practical esnys. 104 B16 

— Babtol. Radical problems. 814 B28 

— Batne. Essays in biography and criticism. 

824 B34 

— BowsN. Gleanings from a literary life. 

814 B67 

— BUCKLX. Essays. 824 B85 

— Bubbouobs. Locusts, and wild honey. 

814 B04L 

— BVBBOUQHS. Wake-robin. 814 B04W 

— Bubbouobs. Winter sunshine. 814 B94Wi 

— BuBBOUOHS, and others. Essays from **Tho 

Critic." 814 B94E 

— Cabltue. Critical and miscellaneous essays. 7t. 

824 €19 

— Same, newed. 824 C19C 

— CABLTiiB. Heroes and hero worship. 824 C 1 9H 

— Cabltls. Past and present. 824 C19P 

— Cabltlb. Sartor resartus. 824 C19S 

— CowuET. Essays. 824 C83 
^ Cbaik. About money and other things. 

824 C84 

— Cbaik. Plain speaking. 824 C84P 

— Cbaik. Studies from life. 824 €848 

— Cboss. Essays, and leaves from a note-book. 

824 €88 

— Cboss. Impressions of Theophrastus Such. 

824 €881 

— CUTIJEB. Thoufi^t4iives. 814 €99 

— Db Quincjcy. Biographical and historical essays. 

824 D44B 

— De Quincxt. Eighteenth century in scholardiip 

and Uterature. 824 D44E 

~ Dx Quincxt. Essays in ancient history and an- 
tiquities. 824 D44Ea 

— Dx Quincxt. Essays in philosophy. 

824 D44Ep 

— Dx Quincxt. Essays on Christianity, paganism, 

and superstition. 824 D44Ec 



Essay»— continued. 

— Dx QtTiNCXT. Literary reminiscences. 

824 D44U 

— Dx Quincxt. Literary criticism. 824 D44Ij 

— Dx Quincxt. Narrative and miscellaneous 

papers. 824 D44N 

— Dx Quincxt. Politics and political economy. 

824 D44P 

— Dx Quincxt. Romances and extravaganzaa 

824 D44R 

— DiSBAXU. Curiosities of literature. 804 D03€ 

— DiSBAXLi. Literary character of men of genius. 

804 D63L 

— DOBSON, comp. Eighteenth century essays. 

824 1>65 

— Emkbson. Conduct of life. 814 Em3€ 

— Emxfson. Letters and social aims. 814 EmSLe 

— Emxbson. Nature, addresses, and lectures. 

814 Em3N 

— Emebson. Representative men. 814 Em3R 

— EicxBSON. Society and solitude. 814 Em3S 

— Fawcxtt. Agnosticism, and other essays. 

814 F28 

— FiSKK. Darwinism, and other essays. 

814 F54D 

— FisKX. Excursions of an evolutionist 

814 F54E 

— FiSKX. Unseen world, and other essays. 

814 F54 

— FosTXB. Critical essays contributed to the 

Eclectic Review. 2 v. 824 Fr4 

— Fboudx. Short studies on great subjects. 4 v. 

824 F03 

— Gibbon. '* Pennsylvania Dutch," and other es- 

says. 814 G35 

— Habbison. Choice of books, and other literary 

pieces. 824 H242 

— Hazutt. Table talk 824 H32 

— Hawthobnx. Confessions and critidsma 

814 H31 

— Holland. Every day topics. 814 H71E 

— Holland. Gold f oiL 814 HTIG 

— Holland. Lessons in life. 814 H71L 

— Holland. Plain talks. 814 HTIF 

— Hunt. Day by the fire, and other papera 

824 H91 

— Hunt. Men, women, and booka 824 H91M 

— IBVINO. Okl Cniristmaa 814 Ir80 

— JxFFBBT. Contributions to the Edinburgh Re- 

view. 824 J3T 

— KiNOSLXT. Lectures delivered in America in 

1874. 824 K58 

— KiNSLXT. Views on vexed questions. 814 K62 

— Lowell. Among my booka 804 Ii95 

— Lowell. My study windows. 814 L95 

— Lubbock. Pleasures of life. 824 L96 

— MacDonald. Imagination, and other oesaya 

624 M14 

— Mackintosh. Miscellaneous worka 824 M19 

— Mathews. Getting on in the world. 814 M42G 

— Mathbws. Great oonversers. 814 JI[42Gr 



m 



ESS A vs. 



EUROPE. 



Essays — continued. 

— Mathews. Literary style. 814 M42L 

— Mnj^im. Essays ; historical, biographical, etc. 

834 M61 

— Pbxscott. Biographical and critical miscellanies. 

814 P92 

— Putnam, ed. Prose masterpieces from modem 

essayists. 8 v. 824 P98 

— RusKiN. Crown of wild oliye. 824 R89C 

— RusKiN. Crown of wild olive.— Queen of the air. 

824 R89Cr 

— RusKiN. Fors clavigera. 824 R89F 

— RuBKiK. Pre-Raphaelitism. 824 R89P 

— RusKiN. Queen of the air. 824 R89Q 

— RusoN. Sesame and lilies. 824 R89S 

— RusoN. Sesame and lilies.— Ethics of the dust 

824 R89Se 

— RusoN. True and beautifuL 824 R89T 

— Russell. Library notes. 814 R91 

— ScuDDER. Men and letters. 814 Sca2 

— Smith, Sydney. Works. 824 Sin5 

— SouTHEY. Doctor. 824 So9 

— Spencer. Essays ; moral, political, and Aesthetic. 

824 8p3 

— Stevenson. Familiar studies of men and books. 

824 8t4F 

— Stevenson. Memories and portraits. 824 8t4M 

— Swinburne: Essays and studies. 824 8w6 

— Swing. Club essays. 814 Swl 

— Whipple. Character and characteristic men. 

814 W58C 

— Whipple. Essays and reviews. 814 W58E 

— Whipple. Literature and life. 814 W58L 
^~ Whipple. Success and its cooditioas . 

814 W58S 

— WooLSON. Browsing among books. 814 W88 

— Wynter. Fruit between the leaves. 2 v. 

824 W99 

Essex Coanty, N, J. Shaw. History of Essex 

and Hudson Counties. 974.9 Sh2 

See also New Jersey* 

Estesy Dana, ed. Half hour recreatians in popular 

science. 508 £s8 

Etching* Hamerton. Etching and etchers. 

767 H17E 

— HiTCHOOCK. Etching in America. 767 1163 

— Lalanne. Treatise on etching. 767 LIS 
Ethics* Alexander. Theory of conduct. 

171 A12 

— AuRELius Antoninus, Marcus. Thoughts. 

188 Aa6 

— Bain. Moral science. 170 B 16 

— Clarke. Every day religion. 170 C55 

— CoLLYER. Talks to young men. 170 C69 

— Combe. Moral phik»ophy. 170 €73 

— CoMEOYS. Primer of ethics. 170 €732 

— Cook. Consdenoe. 171 €77 

— Cook. Marriage. 173 €77 

— Craik. Sermons out of church. 170 €84 

— Dix. Lectures on the oimivg of a Christian 

woman. 396 D64 



Ethics— coiUiniiecl. 

— Hale. How to do it. 177 H13 

— Hale. Whatcareer? 174 H13 

— Hamerton. Human intercourse. 177 HI 7 

— Hardy. How to be happy though married. 

173 H22 

— HiCKOK. System of moral science. 170 H52 

— Holland. Letters to the Joneses. 170 H71 

— Hughes. True manliness. 170 H87 

— Janet. Theory of morals. 170 J2ft 

— Lscky. History of European morals. 2 v. 

170 L49 

— McCosh. Intuitions of the mind. 171 M13 

— Moulton. Ourselves and our neighbons. 

177 M86 

— Mowry. Talks with my boys. J 170 M87 

— Notes for boys on morals, mind, and manners. 

anon. J170 N84 

— Senega. Morals. 188 Se5 

— Smiles. Character. 170 Sm4 

— Smiles. Duty. 174 Sm4D 

— Smiles. Thrift. 174 8m4T 

— Starrett. Letters to elder daughters. 173 812 

— Stowe. Chimney-comer. 170 St7 

— Stowe. Little foxes. 173 St7 

— Wise. Toung knights of the cross. 170 W75 

— Wright. Practical life. 177 W93 

See aUo Philosophy. 
Ethics of the dust Raskin. 548 R89 

^Same. tn 824 R89Se 

Ethnology* See Races of Men* 
Etiqaette* Bazar book of decorum, anon. 

395 H34 

— Conway. George Washington's rules of dvility. 

395 €76 

— Gentlemen. 395 G28 

— Habits of good society, anon. 395 Hll 

— Lonostreet. Cards ; their significance and proper 

uses. 395 Ij80C 

— Lonostreet. Social etiquette of New York. 

395 L86S 

— Power. Art of good manners for children. 

395 P87 

Etymology. Skeat. Etymological dictionary of 

the iCw gUgh language. 422 8k2 

— Skeat. Principles of English etymology. 

422 Sk2P 
Eachre* See Games and Amnsements* 
Enler, Leonard. Letters on natural philosophy, 
addressed to a German princess. 2 ▼. 530 £a5 
Euripides. Donne. Euripides. 882.3 D71 
--Same. 882.3 D71E 

Europe. History. 

— Airy. 'B'-n gHg^ Restoration and Louis XIV. 

940 Ai7 

— Alison. History of Europe from 1789-1815. 12 

V. and index. 940 A14 

— Same; abridged by K S. Gould. 940 AI4H 

— AmK>9« History of Europe from 1815-1852. 8 v. 

940 A14Hi 



(64) 



EUROPC 



£V£R8. 



Europe— contiYiued. 

— Chuboh. Beginning of the Middle Ages. 

940 C47 

— Edgab. Hi8tor7 for boys. J040 Ed3 

— Fbeeman. History of Europe. 940 F87 

— FBonssABT. Chitmicles of England, France, and 

Spain. 5v. 940 F92 

— Ftffb. History of modem Europe. 3 v. 

940 F99 

— Oray. Children's crusade. 940 G79 

— Hallam. State of Europe during the Middle 

Ages. 940 H15 

--- HiSTOBiCAL tales of the wars of Scotland. 

941 H62 

— Jewett. Story of the Normans. 940 J55 

— Johnson. Normans in Europe. 940 J62 

— KcBPPBN. World in the Middle Ages. 3 v. 

940 K81 

— Nolan. Illustrated history of the war against 

Russia. 940 N71 

— S., E. L. Belt and spur. J940 SI 

— SCXXTT. Tales of a grandfather. 941 Sco8 

Travels, 

— AliDBlCH. From Ponkapog to Pesth. 914 AI2 

— Bknxdict. Run through Europe. 914 B43 

— BuTTEBWOBTH . Zigzag journeys in clasBic lands. 

J914 B98C 

— BUTTXBWOBTH. Zigzag journeys in Europe. 

J914 B98E 

— BuTTEBWOBTH. ZigZBg joumeys in the Orient. 

J914 B980 

— Cabxxb. Two girls abroad. 914 C24 

— GOZ. Arctic sunbeams. 914 C83 

— DOWHS, and others. Foreign facts and fancies. 

914 D75 

— Febld. From the lakes of Killamey to the 

Golden Horn. 914 F45 

— GuiiJ). Abroad again. 914 G94 

— Guild. Britons and Muscovites. 914 G94B 
^QxjTLD. Over the ocean. 914 G940 

— Hale. Family fight through France, Germany, 

Norway, and Switzerland. J9 1 4 H 1 3 

— Hamkbton. Painter's camp. 914 U17 

— BLawthobnb. French and Italian note-books. 

914 H31 

— Holmbs. Our hundred days in Europe. 

914 U73 

— Hugo. The Rhine. 914 H87 

— HuNMXWXLL. Lands of Scott. 914 H89 

— Jackson. Bits of travel. 914 J12 
_ Keb. From the Hudson to the Neva. J914 K45 

— Locke. Nasby in exile. 914 L79 

— Longfellow. Outre-mer. 914 L86 

— McCabe. Our young folks abroad. J914 M12 

— Macobegob. Thousand miles in the Rob Roy 

canoe. 914 MITT 

— Macobbgob. Voyage alone in the yawl** Rob 

Roy." 914 M17V 

— Mebiwxthsb. Tramp trip. 914 M54 

<?J191) (65) 



Earope — continued, 

— MOOBE. Outlying Europe and the nearer Orient. 

914 M73 

— MouLTON. Random rambles. 914 M86 

— MuRPHT, and others. On the Rhine, and other 

sketches of European traveL 914 M95 

— NiNDE. We two alone in Europe. 914 N62 

— Pitman. European breezes. 914 P68 

— Sabgent. Skeleton tours. 914 Sa7 

— Stockton. Personally conducted. J914 St6 

— Stoddard. Red letter days abroad. 914 8t62 

— Symonds. Sketches in Italy and Greece. 

914 Sy6 

— Taylor. By-ways of Europe. 914 T21 

— Taylor. Northern traveL 914 T21W 

— Taylor. Travels in Greece and Russia. 

914 T21T 

— Taylor. Views afoot. 914 T21V 

— Thompson. Beaten paths. 914 T37 

— Trafton. American girl abroad. 914 T67 

— Warner. Roimdabout journey. 914 W24 

— Warner. Saunterings. 914 W24S 

— Whymper. Scrambles among the Alps. 

914 W62 

— WiNSLOW. Children's fairy geography. 

J914 W73 
See also Chivalry ;— Crusades ;— France ;— 
Germany ;— Great Britain ;— Iceland ; 
— Ireland ; — Italy ; —Norway ; —Rus- 
sia ;— Scotland ;— Sweden ; —Switzer- 
land* 
European art Yiardot. 759 ¥656 

European breezes. Pitman* 914 P68 

European schools. Klemm* 379.4 K67 

Eusebins Pamphili. Ecclesiastical history. 

270.1 En7 
Entropius. Abridgment of Roman history; tr. by 
J. S. Watson. in 878.9 W33 

Evagrius. Ecclesiastical history from a. d. 481 to 
A. D. 594. in 270.2 T34 

Evangeline. Longfellow* 811 I«86E 

Evans, A. J. See Wilsouy A. J. (E.) 
Evansy John. Ancient stone implements. 571 Evl 
Eve of St. Agnes. Keats. 821 K22E 

Evelethy S. F. School-house architeciture. 

R727 Ev2 
Evelyn, John. Bray. Memoirs of John Evelyn. 

928.28 Ev2 
Evenings at home. Aiken and Barbanld* 

828 Ai4 
Evenings at the microscope. Gosse* 578 €r69 
Events and epochs in religious history. Clarke* 

270 C55 
Everetty Edward. Life of George Washington. 

923*1 W27E 

— Practical education. 370*4 Ev2 
Everett, William. Changing base. Jl £v2C 

— Double play. Jl Ev2D 
£ vers 9 Henry. Navigation in theory and practice. 

656 Ev2N 

— Steam and the steam-engine. 621*1 Ev2 



KVKHS. 



FAIRY. 



Erersy Henry — continued. 

— Theory and practice of navigation. 656 Et^ST 
Eyerr boy's book. Roiitledge« J700 R03 
Every day religion. Clarke. 170 C55 
Evidences of Christianity. McIlvaine. Wis- 
dom of Holy Scripture. 239 M18 

Evils of popular ignorance. Foster. 370.1 FBI 
Evolation. Bastian. Beginnings of life. 

• 576 B29 

— Cook. Heredity. 575 C77 

— Gazelles . Outline of the evolution-philosophy . 

146 C31 

— Darwin. Descent of man. 2 v. 575 D25 

— Darwin. Origin of species. 575 D250 

— Ferris. New theory of the origin of species. * 

575 F41 
^Hasckel. Evolution of man. 2 v. 575 H12 

— Haeckel. History of creation. 2 v. 

575 H12H 

— Hall. Problem of human life. 575 H14 

— Heilfrin. Geological evidences of evolution. 

575 H36 

— McCosH. Beligious aspects of evolution. 

575 M13 

— MrvART. Genesis of species. 575 M69 

— ScHHiD. Theories of Darwin. 575 Sch51 

— Schmidt. Doctrine of descent and Darwinism. 

575 Sch5 

— Semper. Animal life. 577 Se5 

— Wilson. Chapters on evolution. 575 W60 
Evolution and Christianity. Yorke. 215 Y8 
Ewaldy G. H. A. von. Bevelation. 230 Ewl 
Ewbanky Thomas. Descriptive and historical ac- 
count of hydraulic and other machines for 
raising water. 532 Ewl 

Ewingy J. H. Plat iron for a farthing. J2 Ew5F 

— Great emei-gency. J2 Ew5G 

— Jackanapes. J2 Ew5J 

— Jan of the windmill. J2 Ew5Ja 

— Lob Lie4}y-the-fli«. J2 Ew5L 



Ewlngy J. K.—corUinued, 

— Helchoir's dream. J2 Ew5M 

— Mrs. Over-the-way ^8 remembranoea J2 £w5Mi 

— Six to sixteen. J2 Ew5$ 

— We and the world. J2 Ew5W 

— Gatty. Juliana Horatia Ewing and her books. 

928.23 Ew5 

Examinations. Latham. Examinations as a 

means of selection. 371.2 It34 

— Stone. Complete examiner. 428.9 St7 
Exchange. See Money. 

Excursions. Thorean. 917.44 T39E 

Excursions of an evolutionist. Fiske* 

814 F54E 

Exhibitions. Bruce. Century; a history of the 

Centennial Exhibition 606 B83 

— Gems of the Centennial Exhibition, 1876. anon, 

R606 G28 
Expanse of heaven. Proctor. 523.1 P94 

Expatriation, anon, 1 Ex6 

Experimental electricity. Trevert. 537.6 T72 
Experimental science. Hopkins. R530 H77 
Exploration of the world. Verne. J910.8 V59 
Explorations. See Travels and Voyages. 
Explorations and adventures in Equatorial Africa. 
DaChaillu. J916.7 D85E 

Explosives. Eissler. Modem high explosives. 

662 Ei8 
Expositions. Se4i Exhibitions. 
Expression. See Physiognomy. 
Extracts from Chordal's letters. See. 621 Se3 
Extracts from the writings of Thackeray. Thack* 
eray. 828 T22Ex 

Eye. CiiARKE. Visions; study of false sight. 

617 C55 

— Jeffries. Color-blindness. 617 J38 
Eyster, N. B. Colonial boy. Jl Ey7Co 
EytingCy Rose, and Fisher » S. A. It happened 

this way. 1 Ey8I 



Fables* Maofp, Fables; ed. by Thomas James. 

888.6 J 
Facts worth knowing. Sloane. R602 815 

Faggoto for the fireside. Goodrich. 818 G62F 
Fairbaim, William. Principles of mechanism and 

TnAi^hinpir y nf tr mmniifwian. 621.8 F15 

Fairiequeene. Spenser. 821 Sp3 
Fairies. Guiney. Brownies and bogies. 

398.4 G94 

— SiKES. British goblins. 398.4 Si2 
Fairs. See Exhibitions. 

Fairy-land of science. Buckley. 504 B85 

Fairy Tales afu2 Folk-lore. AsBJdRNSEN. Folk 

and fairy tales. J398 Asl 

•^AULNGT. Fairytales. J3 An5 



Fairy tales — continued, 

— Bates. Child lore. J398.3 B31 

— Blum and Wahl . Seaside and fireside fairies. 

J3 B62S 

— Bohn, comp. Polyglot of foreign proverbs. 

398.3 B63 

— Bolton. Counting-out rhymes of children. 

398.3 B63 

— Brentano. New fairy tales. J3 B75N 

— Clouston. Popular tales and fictions. 398 C62 

— Craik. Fairy book. J2 C84F 

— Crane. Italian popular tales. 398.3 €85 

— Curtin. Myths and folk-lore of Ireland. 

398.3 C94 



(00) 



FAIRT, 



FARJEON, 



Fairy Tales and FoIkmlore—conHnuedL 

— Dasent. Popular tales from the Norse. 

398.2 D26 

— Dtbr. English folk-lore. 398.3 D98 

— FausbOll. Buddhist birth stories. 398.3 F27 

— Oreet. Qolden lotus. 398.3 G86 

— Gruol German popular tales. 3 G88 

— Harbis. Daddy Jake, the runaway. 398.3 H24 

— Habbis. Uncde Bemus, his songs and sayings. 

398.3 H24U 

— Harbison. Bric-a-brac stories. Jl H245B 

— Harbison. Old fashioned fairy book. 

Jl H2450 

— Hkabn. Some ChiniBSe ghosts. 398 H35So 

— Hearn. Stray leaves from strange literature. 

398 H35St 

— Herder, and others. Oriental fairy tales. 

J3 H41 

— Huoesssn. Friends and foes from fairy land. 

J2 H8TF 

— HuoESSEN. Queer folk. J2 H87Q 

— HuGESSEN. Uncle Joe's stories. J2 H87U 

— Ingelow. Mopsa, the fairy. J2 ln4tM 

— Jones. Negro myths from the Gteorgia coast. 

398.3 J71 

— Laboulats. Last fairy tales. J4 LllL 

— Legends and fairy tales of b^eland. anon, 

398.4 L52 

— Lodge. Six popular tales. J398 1.82 

— McAnally. Irish wonders. 398.3 JII23 

— MacDonald. Dealings with the faries. 

J2 M14D 

— Mac£. Home fairy tales. J4 M15H 

— O'CJoNNOR. Turf-fire stories and fairy tales of 

Ireland. 398.3 Oc5 

— Rabelais. Three good giants. J4 RUT 

— Route. Fairy tales in prose and verse. 

398 R64J 

— SouDDER, ed. Book of folk stories. 398.3 Sca2 

— Tabor. Pansie's flour-bin. J2 Til 

— Thok^ Yule-tide stories. 398.3 T39 

See aleo Legends and Traditions ;— Saper- 
stitions. 
Fairy tales in prose and verse. Rolfe. 398 R04 
Fairy tales of sdenoe. Broagh. J508 B79 

Falconer, William. Poetical works. 

tn821 C15PO 
Failce, Jacob von. Greece and Rome ; their life 
and art R913.3 F18 

Fall of England ; battle of Dorking. Chesney. 

82T C42 
Fall of the Stoarts. Hale. 942 H13 

Fall River, Ifoss. — Publio Library, Catalogue. 

R019 F19 
Fallacies. See Logic. 

Familiar allusions. Wheeler. R803 W56F 
Familiar letters. Adams. 923.1 Adl3 

Familiar quotations. Grocott. R808.8 G89 
Familiar quotations from French and Italian 
authors. Ramage. R808.8 R14 



Familiar quotations from Oreek anthors. Rami* 

age. R880.8 R14 

Familiar quotations from Latin authors. Ramage. 

R870.8 R14 
Familiar studies of men and books. Stevenson. 

824 8t4F 
Familiar talks on English literature. Richardson. 

820 R37 
Family flight around home. Hale. J917.4 H13 
Family flight over Egypt and Syria. Hale. 

J916.2 H13 

Family flight through France, Gtermany, Norway, 
and Switzerland. Hale. J914 H13 

Family flight through Mexico. Hale. 

J917.2 H13 

Family flight through Spain. Hale. 

J914.6 H132 
Family library x>t British poetry. Fields and 
Whipple, ed. R821 F46 

Family library of poetry and song. Bryant, ed. 

R821 B84L 
Family living on $500 a year. Corson. 641 C81 
Fanuly romance of the aristocracy. Burke. 

920 B91 
Famous American authors. Bolton. 928.1 B63 
Famous American statesmen. Bolton. 

923.2 B634 
Famous books. Adams. 820 Adl 

Famous men. Japp. 920 J27 

Famous men of science. Bolton. 925 B63 

Famous painters and paintings. Shedd. 927 SliS 
Famous single and fugitive poems. Johnson, ed, 

821 J62F 
Famous trials. Morse. 343.1 M83 

Fancy Work. See Needlework. 
Fane, Violet, paeud. See Singleton, M. M. L. 
Fanning, J. T. Practical treatise on hydraulic and 
water-supply engineering. 628 F21 

Far-West sketches. Fremont. 917.94 F88 
Faraday, MichaeL Chemical history of a candle. 

541 F22 

— Tyndaix. Faraday as a discoverer. 925 F22T 
Fargus, F. J. iflugh Ckmway.) Bound together. 

2 F22B 

— Called back. 2 F22C 

— Cardinal sin. 2 F22Ca 

— Carriston'sglftb 2 F22Cg 

— Dark days. 2 F21D 

— Family afiteir. 2 F22F 

— SUngs and arrows. 2 F22S 
Faijeon, B. L. BasQ and Annette. 2 F222B 

— Bright star of life. 2 F222Br 

— Christmas angeL 2 F222C 

— Duchess of Rosemary Lane. 2 F222D 

— Qolden hmd. J2 F226 

— IsIandpearL 2 F222I 

— Jessie's trim. 2 F222J 

— JoshuaMarveL 2 F222Jo 

— King of No-land. 2 F222K 

— Lovers victory. 2 F222IiO 

— Mystery of M. Felix. 2 F222JI 



(67) 



FARJ£0]f« 



FICTION. 



Faijeon, B. L.»eonMnti«ci 
^ Peril of Richard FttrdoQ. 

— Sacred nugget. 
*- Self -doomed. 

— Shadows on the snow, 

— Toilers of Babylon. 
Farm ballads. Carleton* 
Farm festivals. Carleton. 
Farm legends. Carleton* 



2 F222P 

2 F222S 

2 F222Se 

2 F222S11 

2 F222T 

811 C19Fb 

811 C19Ff 

811 C19F1 



Farm-yard Club of Jotham. lioring. 630 L89 
Farmery L. H. Boys* book of famous rulers. 

J923.1 F22 

— Life of Lafayette. 923.2 Iil3F 

— Short history of the French Revolution. 

944 F22 

— Story book of sdenoe. J500 F22 
Farming* See Agricnltare. 

Farming for boys. Morris* J630 M83 

Farqaharsouy Martha. See Finiey^ M. (F.) 
Farragnty Loyall, ed. Life of David Glasgow Far- 
ragut; his journal and letters. 923*5 F24 
Farragat, D. G. Fabbaout, L., ed. Life of 
David Glasgow Farragnt; his journal and let- 
ters. 923*5 F24 
Farrar, C. A. J. Down the West Branch. Jl F24 

— Up the North Branch. Jl F24U 

FarraryF. W. Julian Home. J2 F24J 

^IJfeandworkof St.FauL 2 v. 220*92 P28F 

— Life of Christ 2v. 232 F24 
^ Minor prophets. 220.92 F24 

— Solomon; his life and times 220*92 So4F 
Farrer, J. A. Crimes and jranishments. 

343*2 F24 

Farrer, T. H. State in its relation to trade. 

380 F24 
Farrington, M. V. Fra Lippo LippL 1 F24 

— Tales of King Arthur. J398*2 F24 
Faanoe, D. W. Prayer as a theory and a fact 

240 F27 
FansbttU, V., ed. Buddhist birth stories. 

398*3 F27 
Fawcett, Edgar. Adventures of a widow. 1 F28 

— Agnosticism, and other essays. 814 F28 

— Ambitious woman. 1 F28A 

— Confessions of Claud. 1 F28C 

— Daughter of silence. 1 F28D 

— Evil that men da 1 F28E 

— Gentiemen of leisureu 1 F28G 

— Hopeless case. 1 F28H 

— House at High Bridga 1 F28Ho 

— How a husband forgaTa. 1 F28Hw 

— OUvia Delaplain. 1 F280 

— Romance and revery. 81 1 F28 

— Rutherford. 1 F28R 

— Social sOhouettes. 1 F28S 

— Tinkling cymbals. 1 F28T 
Fawcetty Henry. Manual of poUtioal eooDomy. 

330 F28 
Fawcett, M. G. floUtical eoonomj for beginners. 

330 F28P 
—Tales In politioal economy. 330F28T 



Fay, Amy. Music study in Germany. 780 F29 
Feathered tribes of the British Islands. Mandie* 
2v. 598*2 M88 

Feathers, furs, and fins. Cheney* J591 C42 
February* Adams, ed. 821 AdlF 

Fechter, C. A. Field. Charles Albert Fechter. 

92T F31 

— Same, in 927 D87I2 
Feller, H. Koch^s cure for consumption popularly 

explained. 616 F33 

Fellows, H. P. Boating trips on New England 

rivers. 917*4 F33 

Fencing. Dann. 796 D92 

F^nelon, F. de S. de La M. Adventures of Tele- 

machus. 4 F35 

— Education of girls. 396 F35 
Fean, G. M. Clerk of Portwick. 3 v. 2 F36C 

— Devon boys. J2 F35D 

— Dick o' the fens. J2 F35Di 

— Double knot. 2 F35D 

— EU*s children. 2 F35E 

— Fluttered dovecote. 2 F35F 

— Haute nobleese. 2 F3511 

— Lady Maud's mania. 2 F35L 

— Mint of money. 2 F35Mi 

— Mynns* mystery. 2 F35M y 

— Parson o* Dumford. 2 F35P 

— Silver cafion. 2 F35Si 

— Three boys. 2 F35T 
Fermentation* Pasteur. Studies on fermenta- 
tion. 663 F26 

— ScuuTZENBEBGEB. Fermentation. 663 Sch8 
Fern, Fanny, ^«eud. See Parton, S. P. 

Fern leaves. Parton. 818 P25 

Ferns* Eaton. Ferns of North America. 

R587 £a8 
»- HiBBERD. Fern garden. 587 H52 

— Meehan. Native flowers and ferns of the United 

States. lst-2d series. 4 v. R581*97 M57N 

— Robinson. Ferns in their homes and ours. 

587 R56 
See cdeo Botany* 
Ferrier, S. E. Marriage. 2 v. 2 F411II. 

— Marriage.— Liheritance.— Destiny. 2 F41M2 
Ferris, B. G. New theory of the origin of species. 

576 F41 
Ferris, G. T. Great violinists and pianists. 

927 F41 

Festivals, games, and amusements. Smith* 

790 Sm5 
Festns; a poem. Bailey. 821 B15 

Feachtwanger, Lewis. Treatise on gems. 

553 F43 
FeQdge,F. R. India. 954 F43 

Fenillet, Octave. Artist's honor. 4 F43Ajr 

— Marriage in high life. 4 F43H 

— Romance of a poor young man. 4 F43R 
Fichte, J. G. Adamson. Fichte. 921 F44 
Fiction. Lanier. English novel and the prin- 
ciple of its development. 823 L27 

— Wheeler. Dictionary of the noted names of 

fiction. R803 W56 

Note. Author entries have been made for all 
works of fiction, which may be found, by turn- 
ing to the name of the anthor desired, in the 
regular alphabet 



m 



Abb«. 



Ficnoif* 



Annals* 



AbM Coostantin. Hal^vy, 
Abbot. Scott. 
Abdallab. Iiabonlaye. 
Acbsah. Round. 
Acte. Westbnry. 
Actress' datighter. Fleminir* 
Adam Bede. Cross. 
Adam Qralnger. Wood. 
Adela Cathcart MacDonald. 
Ad^le. Kavanagh. 
Adirondack stories. Demlng. 
Adirondack tales. Hurray. 
Adrift in the ic^-flelds. Hall. 
Adventures in Thule. Black. 



4 H13 

2 Sco8 

4 lill 

1 R75 

2 W522A 

1 F62 

2 C88 

2 W85 

2 M14 

2 KIT 

1 D392 

1 JII96 

Jl U14 

J2 B56 



AdTcntures of a brownie. Cralk. J2 C84A 
Adventures of a Germao toy. arum, Jl Ad9 
Adventures of a marquis. Dumas. 4 D89 

Adventures of a widow. Fawcett. 1 F28 

Aiventures of an American consul abroad. 
Monti. 1 M762 

Adventures of an atom, anon, 1 AdO 

Adventures of Ann. Wilkins. Jl We5 

Adventures of Baron Munchausen. Raspe. 

3 R18 
Adventures of Captain Blake. Maxwell. 

2 M452 
Adventures of Captain O'SulUvan. Maxwell. 

2 M452A 
Adventures of Dick Onslow. Kingston. 

J2 K614Ad 
Adventures of Oil Bla& Tte Sage. 4 L&O 

Adventures of Harry Marline. Porter. 

Jl P83 
Adventures of Jimmy Brown. Alden. 

Jl A125A 
Adventures of Mr. Verdant Qreen. Bradley. 

2 B72A 
Adventures of Philip. Thackeray. 2 T32 

Adventures of Telemachus. F^nelon. 4 F35 
Adventures of Timias Terrystone. Bnnce. 

1 B870A 
Affinities. Praed. 2 P88A 

Afloat and ashore. Cooper. 1 C78 

Afloat in the forest Reid. J2 R27 

Afraja. Mflgge. 3 M89 

After dark. Collins. 2 C60 

Afterlife. Sewell. 2 Se8A 

After many days. Fisher. 1 F53 

Afterglow. I<athrop. 1 Ii34A 

Against heavy odds. Boyesen. ^ 1 B69 
Against the stream. Charles. 2 C38A 

Agatha's husband. Craik. 2 C84 

Agincourt. James. 2 J23 

Agnes. Abbott. in Jl Ab2F5 

Agnes. Oliphant. 2 013A 

Agnes Grey. Bronte. in 2 B782W 

Agnes Hopetown's schools and holidays. Oliphant. 

J2 013 
Agnes of Sorrento. Stowe. 1 St7A 

Agnes Surriage. Bynner. 1 B09A 

«« Airy fairy Lillian.'' Argles. 2 Ar3A 



** Airy fairy Lillian,^ and other stories. Argles. 

2 Ar3A2 
Alas. Bronghton. 2 B79A 

Albrecht. Bates. 1 B31A 

Alec Forbes of Howglen. MacDonald. 

2 M14A 
Alephy the Chaldean. Burr. 1 B94A 

AUce. Lytton. 2 LOO 

AUce Brand. Riddle. 1 R43 

Alice Dugdale. Trollope. 2 T74A 

AUce Lorraine. Blackmore. 2 B563 

Alice's adventures in Wonderland. Bodgson. 

J2 D66A 
AUcia Tennant. Peard. 2 P312A 

Aline. Dnrand. 4 DOS 

Alkahest. Balzac. 4 B21 

All adrift. Adams. Jl AdlBb 

All for greed. Blaze de Bury. 4 B61 A 

All for love. Dupny. 1 D02 

All sorts and conditions of men. Besant. 

2 B46A 
All taut. Adams. Jl AdlBb5 

Allan Dare and Robert le Diable. Porter. 

1 P83A 
Allan Quartermain. Haggard. 2 H12 
Allan's wife, and other tales. Haggard. 

2 H12A 
Allworth Abbey. Sonthworth. 1 So8A 

Alma. Marshall. 2 M35A 

Almost a duchess, anon. 1 A16 

Alone. Terhnne. 1 T27 

Alpenstock. Rideing, ed. 1 R432A 

Alpine fay. Bflrstenbinder. 3 B04 

Alroy. Beaconsfield. 2 B35 

Although he was a lord, and other tales. Bridges. 

2 B76A 
Altiora Peto. Oliphant. 2 0132A 
Alton Locke. Kingsley. 2 K61A 
Amazon. Dingelstedt. 3 D61 
Ambitious woman. Fawcett. 1 F28A 
Amelia. Fielding. 2 F46A 
American. James. 1 J23 
American baron. De Mille. 1 D30A 
American girl in London. Duncan. 1 DOIA 
American politician. Crawford. 1 C85A 
American senator. Trollope. 2 T74Am 
Among the hills. Poynter. 2 P874 
Among the lakes. Stoddard. Jl St62 
Amos Kilbright, with other stories. Stockton. 

1 St6A 
Amy Herbert Sewell. 2 Se8Am 

Andreas Hofer. Mnndt. 3 M02 

Andr^e de Tavemey. Dumas. 4 D80An 

Andromeda. Fletcher. 1 F63 

Andy Luttrell. Denison. 1 D14A 

AngePitou. Dumas. 4 D80Ap 

Angela. Weber. 1 W38A 

Anglomaniacs. Harrison. 1 H245A 

Anna Kar^nina. Tolstdi. 801.73 T58A 

Annals of a quiet neighborhood. MacDonald. 

2 M14A1I 



Annals* 



PICTION, 



Beads, 



Annals of the parish. GalU 2 G13A 
Annalsof the Rotmd Table. Bingham. 

1 B51A 

Anne. Woolson. 1 W883A 

Anne, and other tales. Wood, 2 W85A 

Anne Austin. Denison. 1 D41An 

Anne Hereford. Wood. 2 W85An 

Anne of Geierstein. Scott. 2 Sco8A 

Anne Warwick. Craik. 2 C842A 

Annie KUbum. Howells. 1 U833A 

Anteros. Iiawrence. 2 JA3A 

Antinons. Hansrath. 3 H29 

Antiquary. Scott. 2 Sco8An 

Antoinette. Ohnet. 4 Oh4A 

Antonia. Dndeyant. 4 D86A 

Antonina. Collins. 2 C69A 

April hopes. Howells. 1 H833Ap 

April's lady. Argles. 2 ArSAp 

Arabella Stuart. James. 2 J23A8 

Archie's find. Stredder. J2 St8A 

Ardath. Corelli. 2 C812A 

Ardis ClaverdeiL Stockton. 1 St6Ar 

Ariadne. Ram^. 2 R14A 

Ark of Ehn Island. Kellogg* Jl K29E3 

Armadale. Collins. 2 C69Ar 

Arminell. Gould. 2 G73A 

Armorel of Lyonesae. Besant. 2 B46Ar 

Armourer's *prentioes. Yonge. 2 V8 

Ame. mtfmson. 839.83 B52 

Around a spring. Droz. 4 D83 
Around the world in eighty days. Teme. 4 V59 

ArrahKeiL James. 2 J23Ar 

Arthur. Sue. 4 Sa2A 

Arthur Bonnicastle. Holland. 1 H71A 

Arthur Brown. Kellogg. Jl K29P 

Arthur Glyn*s Christmas-box, and other stories. 

Lamb. 2 L163A 

Arthur Mervyn. Brown. 1 B81A 

Arthur O'Leary. LeTer. 2 LSTA 

Artiste. Grant. 2 G76A 

Artist's honor. Feuillet. 4 F43Ar 

Artist's love. Southworth. 1 So8Ar 
As he comes up the stair, and other stories. ReeYes. 

2 R25A 

As in a looking glass. Philips. 2 P53A 

Asaph. Cooler. 1 Crr4A 

Asbei'n. Kttrschner. 3 K96A 

Aschenbrocdel. Carrington. 1 C23 

Ascutney Street. Whitney. I W61 

Aspasia. Hamerling. 3 H17 

Asphodel. Maxwell. 2 M45A 

At any cost. Mayo. 2 M454 A 

AtBrown^s. Ludlum. 1 L96A 

At Capri. Bauer. 3 B32 

At her mercy. Payn. 2 P29A 

At last Terhune. 1 T27A 

At odds. Tautphoeus. 2 T19 
At the back of the north wind. MacDonald. 

J2 M14At 

At the councillor's. John. 3 J61 

At the meroy of Tiberius. Wilson. 1 WG9 



At the North Pole. Teme. 4 T59A 

At the sign of the Blue Boar. Iieslie. 2 L56A 
Atonement of Leam Dundas. I<inton. 2 L65A 
Attic philosophy in Paris. SouTestre. 4 So8 
Aubrey. Marsh-Caldwell. 2 M33A 

Auldlicht idylls. Barrie. 2 B27A 

Aulnay Tower. Howard. 1 H83A 

Aunt Hannah, and Martha, and John. Alden. 

1 AI2A 
Aunt Hepsy's foundling. Adams. 2 Adl 

Aunt Jane's hero. Prentiss. 1 P91A 

Aunt Serena. Howard. 1 H83Au 

Aurelian. Ware. 1 W22 

Auriol. Ainsworth. 2 Ai6A 

Aurora Floyd. Maxwell. 2 M45Au 

Austin Elliot. Kingsley. 2 K612A 

Author of Beltraflao. James. 1 J23A 

Autobiography of a New England farm house. 

Chamberlain. 1 C301 

Average man. Grant. 1 G76 

Avis Benson. Prentiss. 1 P91Av 

Awakening. Macquoid. 2 M24A 

Axel and Anna. Bremer. in 839.73 B75D 
Ayala'sangeL Trollope. 2 T74Ay 

Aylmers of Bally-Aylmers, and other stories. 

Griffin. 2 G87 

Ayrshire legatees. Gait. in 2 G13A 

Aztec treasure-house. Janvier. 1 J2G2 

B 

Babolain. Droz. 4 D83B 

Baby Rue. Clark. 1 C541 

Baby world. Dodge. Jl D66B 

Baffled conspirators. If orris. 2 N79B 

Baffling quest Dowling. 2 D75B 

Bagpipers. Dndevant. 4 D86B 

BailiflPs maid. John. 3 J61B 

Ballroom repentance. Edwards. 2 Ed92B 
Banned and blessed. Biirstenbinder. 3 B94B 

Bar Harbor days. Harrison. 1 H245B 

Bar-rooms at Brantley. Arthur. 1 Ar7B 

Barbara Thayer. Miller. 1 M61 

Barbara's history. 2 v. Edwards. 2 Ed9B 

Barchestcr Towers. Trollope. 2 T74B 

Bark-cabin on Kearsarge. Rand. Jl R15B 

BamabyRudge. Dickens. 2 D55B 

— Same. 2 D55B2 
Barren honour. Lawrence. 2 I«43B 
Barriers burned away. Roe. 1 R622B 
Barrington. Jjever. 2 Ii57B 
Barry Lyndon. Thackeray. 2 T32M 

— Same, 2 T32M3 
Basil. Collins. 2 C69B 
Basil and Annette. Farjeon. 2 F222B 
Basil Gkxifrey's caprice. Parr. 2 P24B 
Basset claim. Elliott. 1 E15 
Battery and the boiler. Ballantyne. J2 B21B 
Battles at home. Darling. Jl D24B 
Bay-path. Holland. 1 H71B 
Beads of Tasmer. Barr. I B27B 



(70) 



Bwtriee, H«K«rd. 


2 H12B 


Beatrice. Karanafh. 


a K17B 


Beatrice Boville, Kamii. 


2 R14B 


Beatrice Tyldraley. Ainnworth. 


3 AiSB 


Bean Niui2l AiDoworth. 


2 A16Be 


Beaachnmp. James. 


2 J33B 


B«anctiampe. Simnu. 


1 SUB 


Samf. 


1 SUB2 


Beanchamp's career. Mendilli. 


2 MS4B 


BPaomarchai!*. Brachvofei. 


3 B73 


BeaattnU flstuL SoDthworth. 


1 So8B 


BeantlftilMlBBarrliiBton. Parr. 


2 P24Be 


Bcantmil ipy. Bnrdett. 


1 B8» 


Dpantyandthoboart. Tarlw. 


1 xaiB 


Beauty's slaughters. Arsle*. 


2 Ar3B 


Ri<b<^. Bam^. 


2 RI4Be 


Bee-iaaii<i(Oni, and other fanciful talea. Stock- 


ton. 


I StftB 


Beechcron. Youfe. 


3 Y8B 


Beechnut. Abbott. 


J I Ab2F3 


Before tlie dawn. Unlao. 


4 DBS 


Begicar on horsebacli, l"a»n. 


3 P2&BII 


BepiinN claugbter. Bynner. 


1 B90B 


Behind time. Lathrop. 


JI I^B 


Bck'B first comer. Conklln. 


1 CT5» 


Beloagartd city. Oliphaat. 


3 OI3B 


Belinda. BroaRhlun. 


3 B70B 


Bell of St. Paul's. BeMBI. 


3 B46B 


B<'lle NiTcniaiso, La. Daudel. 


4 D36L 


Bellehoodandboiicl^se. Stephens 


I Bt4 


Bellerne. Woodmff'. 


1 W88B 


Bpllon estati'. Trnllnp*', 


2 T32Be 


Bon>IInr. Wallace. 


1 W18B 


BenMilnfirtwooinB. T*tt. 


2 P34BM 


Brn, tho luggage Ix)?. Alser. 


Jl AI3IU 


Ben'i nugget. Alger. 


J I AI3P4 


BenrcrnDta. Handiall. 


3 M39B 


Bcppo, the conscript. Trollope. 


3 TT43 


Berlin ana Sans-Soucl Mnndt. 


3 M93B 


Bcrlha'H engHgempct. Stepheni, 


1 8t4B 


Bertiv Grifilttafi. Kdwardes. i 


in 2 Ed&3Pl 


Bertram family. Charle*. 


3 C38B 




3 TT4Br 


BeaMe tbe river Macqauid. 


2 M24B 


Bewic. Kaianagh. 


2 KlTBe 


Be«de Fairfas. Parr. 


2 PMBf 


Be«ile l>aiig. CorkraD. 


3 CSI4 


B<?«Nie'i fortuQD. Hoimei'. 


1 HT3 


Br^rltano. Wood. 


3 W69B 


Bcvt of huHbands. Payn. 


3 P39Be 


Betrothed. Scott. 


2 8co8B 


Better tlmei. Kirk. 


I Ke3B 


Bettr. Doner. 


I DT3B 


Betiy Leio(.*,t«r Jewett. 


Jl J3SB 


Between life and death. Barrett. 


2 B269B 


Between two lovei. Barr, 


1 B2TBe 


Between two iDvea Braetne. 


I B73B 


Benlah. Wlleon. 


I W69B 


BeTBrieTB. AbbotU 


3 AhXB 



BeroBd pardon. Braeme, I BT3Be 

Berondt^gatea. Ward. I W31B 

Biding hli time. Trowbrldsfi. JI T75St2 

Bigbnither. Enleston. Jl Eb32B 

Birchwood, WlllUnu. Jl W6TB 

Bird^'Christmascapol. Wlwln, JI weSB 
Biihop's Bible. Hnrmr and Herman. 

2 M96B 
Btti of talk for jronng folki. Jacluon. 

Jl JI3B 
Bitter atonement, Braetne. 1 B73BI 

Bitter btrthright Rnteell. 3 RSI2B 

BlTonac. Maxwell. 3 M4ft3B 

BlTonac and battle. Adanu. Jl AdIU5 

Black arrow. Steveason. 3 St4SB 

Black baronet. Caileton. 3 C19B 

Black box mnnier. anoa, 3 BAH 

Black bat comelr. JHelTllle. 2 ai49 

Black dwarf. Scott. 3 ScoSBl 

Black Forest villBge storiea Anerbach. 



Black prophet Carletoa. 
Black rube. Collins. 
Blancbc Gflroj ilosmer. 
nicak HouM', Dickens. 
Blesvd Saliil Certainly. Baker. 
Blind brotbar. lircenc. 
Blind fat& UeOor. 
Blind justice. Reeves. 
Blind Jovo. Collins. 
Blind niuaicinn. Korolenko, 
Blindfold. Lean. 



1 HT9 
3 DSftBl 

1 BIT 
Jl G83 
3 H35B 

2 R2SB 

3 CS9BI 
891. T3 KB4B 

3 L4TB 

Blithedale nnnance. Hawthorne. 1 H31 

Blockade of Fhabbnrg; Brckmann and Ch^ 
trian. 4 BrS 

Blockade roDoers. Teme. 
Bloody chasm. DcForesl. 
Bine dragon. Penrd. 
Blue ro^es. Dcmpvlrr. 
Blneastockint;. Edwards. 
BiBCTOiL Jdnntgomery. 
Bluebeard's kej*, and other 



In 4 TSfll' 

1 D3«3 

2 P313B 



Bob Bnrfaxi. Alger. 
Bohemian. DeKay. 

Bonavenlure. Cable. 
Bondman, (alne. 
Bounie Priin* Charlie. Henty. 
Bnnny Kate. Plsher. 
Uonnybomueh. WhitneT. 
Book of love storiiK. Perry. 
Book of mobs. Thackeray. 
Boulle's buliy, Stannard. 
Border beagleg. Bimnu. 
Border lanoes. S. 
Border abepberdeu. Barr. 
Borderland. Fotherglll. 
Rorn cixjuette, Argles. 
Buacobel. Aiiisworlb. 
Bust on i a as, James. 
Bound Id tumor. Trowbridgs* i 



3 )IT6B 
1. Ritchie. 

2 R51B 
Jl AI3W4 

1 D3eB 
I CUB 

3 C12B 
J2 H39B 

1 FS3B 

1 W61B 

I P433B 

in 2 T33Ch3 

fn 2 SUBn 

1 8I4BO 

J3 SI 

1 B37Ba 

3 F83B 

3 Ar 3Bo 

3 Ai«Bo 



Bound* 



FICTION. 



Caroline. 



Maxwell. 2 
Jl 



Bonnd to John Company. 

Bound to rise. Alger. 

Bonnd together. Far^s. 

Bow of orange ribbon. Barr. 

Bowsham puzzle. Habberton. 

Boy emigrants. Brooks. Jl 

Boy farmers of Kim Island. Kellof^g. 

Jl 
Boy hunters. Reid. 
Boy life in the United States navy. 



M45BO 
A13L6 

2 F22B 
1 B27Br 

1 HUB 
B791B 



Boy-IiOUard. Reed. 

Boy slaves. Reid. 

Boy tar. Reid. 

Boy who wondered. Gladstone. 

Boyne water. Banim. 

Boys coastwise. Ridelng. 

Boys of Eaglewood. Guernsey. 

Boys of other countries. Taylor. 

Boy's town. Howells. 

Bracebridge HalL Irving. 

Bragelonne. Dumas. 

Bramleighs of Bishop^s Folly. Lever. 

Branksome Dene. Walmsley. 

Brave and bold. Alger. 

Brave girls. Catherwood. 

Brave heart and true. Lean. 

Brave lady. Craik. 

Brave old salt. Adams. 

Bravest of the brave. Henty. 

Bravo. Cooper. 

Bread and oranges. Warner. 

Bread winners, anon. 

Breaking a butterfly. Lawrence. 

Breaking away. Adams. 

Brian Fitz-Count. Crake. 

Bric-a-brac stories. Harrison. 

Bricks without straw. Tourgte. 

Bridal eve. South worth. 

Bridal march, and other stories. Bjtfmson. 

839.83 B52B 



K29E4 
J2 R27B 
Clark. 

Jl C54 
Jl R25B 
J2 R27Bn 
J2 R27BO 
J2 G45 
2 B22 
Jl R43B 
Jl G93B 
Jl T21 
Jl H833 
1 Ir8 
4D89B 
2 L57Br 
2 W16 
Jl A13B1 
Jl C28B 
2 L47Br 
2 C84B 
Jl Ad]A6 
J2 H39Br 

1 C78B 
Jl W244B 

1 B74 

2 L43Br 

Jl Ad 183 

2 C844 
Jl H245B 

1 T64Br 
1 So8Be 



Bride from the bush. Homung. 
Bride of Lammermoor. Scott. 
Bride of Llewellyn. Southworth. 
Bride's fate. Southworth. 
Brig and the lugger. Walmsley. 
Bright days in the old plantation time. 



Bright star of life. Faijeon. 
Brigitta. Auerbach. 
Brockley Moor. L., J. W. 
Broken blossom. Lean. 
Broken to harness. Yates. 
Brooke's daughter. Sergeant. 
Brookes of Bridlemere. Melville. 
Brother GabrieL Edwards. 
Brother Jacob. Cross. 
Brother to dragons. Chanler. 
Brothers' bet Carlen. 
Brought to the front. Kellogg. 
Brougbtmi House. Perry. 



2 H78B 

2 Sco8Br 

1 S08BI 

1 So8Br 

2 W16B 
Banks. 

Jl B22B 
2 F222Br 

3 Au3Br 
1 Lll 

2 L47Bro 

2 Y2Br 

2 Se6B 

2 JII49Br 

2 Ed93B 

in 2 C88Si2 

1 C36 

839.73 C19 

Jl K29F3 

1 P42 



Brueton Bayou. Habberton. 

Bruin. Reid. 

Bureaucracy. Balzac. 

Burgomaster's wife. Ebers. 

Buried alone. Wood. 

Bumham Breaker. Greene. 

Burning their ships. Phillips. 

Burnt million. Payn. 

Burying the hatchet. Kellogg. 

Bush-boys. Reid. 

But yet a Philistine. Townsend. 

But yet a woman. Hardy. 

Buttons. Stannard. 

Buz. Noel. 

By Celiacs arbour. Besant and Rice< 

By England's aid. Henty. 

By love and law. Alldridge. 

B y order of the Czar. Hatton. 

By pike and dyke. Henty. 

By proxy. Payn. 

By right of conquest. Henty. 

By sheer pluck. Henty. 

By shore and sedge. Harte. 

By still waters. Mayo. 

By the Tiber. Tincker. 

By whose hand ? Tapper. 

By woman^s wit. Hector* 



1 HllBr 
J2 R27Br 

4 B21B 

3 Eb3Bu 

2 W851B 

Jl G83Bu 

2 P54B 

2 P29B 

Jl K29F6 

J2 R27BU 

1 T663 

1 H22B 

2 St2Bu 
Jl N68B 

» 2 B46By 
J2 H39Be 

2 A15B 
2 H28B 

J2 H39B 

2 P29By 
J2 H39BC 
J2 H39By 

1 H25B 

2 M454B 

1 T49 

1 T832B 

2 H35By 



Cssar CascabeL Teme. 

Caged lion. Yonge. 

Calbot's rival. Hawthorne. in 1 

Calderouy the courtier. Lytton. in 

Caleb Krinkle. Coffin. 

Called back. Fargus. 

Called to account. Cudlip. 

Cameron pride. Holmes. 

Camp at Surf BlufiF. Rand. 

Camp-fire and wigwam. Ellis. 

Camp in the mountains. Ellis. 

Camping out. Stephens. 

Can wrong be right ? Hall. 

Can you foi^ve her ? 8 v. TroUope. 

Canadians of old. Gasp^. 

Cancelled will. Dupny. 

Cape Cod folks. Greene. 

Captain Bayley's heir. Henty. 

Captain Mauwina, and other stories. 



Captain Folly. Swett. 
Captain Sam. Eggleston. 
Captain's children. Sanford. 
Captain's dog. Enault. 
Card-drawer. Griffin. 
Cardinal Pole. Ainsworth. 
Cardinal sin. Fargus. 
Carita. Oliphant. 
Carl Elrinken. Warner. Jl 

Carlinoy and other stories. Ruffini. 
Carlyon's year. Payn. 
Caroline. Abbott. 



4 y59C 

2 Y8C 

H312CO 

2 L99Le 

1 C65 

2 F22C 

2 C89C 

1 H73C 
Jl R15U4 

Jl E15L2 

Jl E15D2 

Jl St4C 

2 H14C 
2 T74C 

4 G21 
1 D92C 

1 G83C 
J2 H39C 
Bjtfmson. 

B52C 

Sw4C 

Jl £g32C 

Jl Sa5C 

4 Enl 

2 G87C 
2 Ai6C 

2 F22Ca 
2 013Ca 
W244E4 
2 R83C 

2 P29Ca 
Jl Ab2F5 



839.83 
Jl 



(72) 



Can d CuT7lan. Ald^. 
Carrie Hamflton. DcdUoii. 
Curled by itorin. PlemlBg. 
CKirUtoii's gift. Fhtkui 
CkrtoDche. Peard. 



3 A13C 
Jl V*l 
1 FSZC 
X F33CB 
Z P312C 



Cue at Ut. Lncmft BoMBt and Rice. 

2 B4aCa 
Cuella. FiBler. 1 F49 

Cuper. Waner. 31 W244Eft 

Cast away In Uie cold. Harea. Jl H32C 

Cast ap by the sea. Baker. 3 BIT 

Castaway. Yates. 2 YSC 

iway of Mn. LeckB and Ur«. Aleahiae. 



Siookic 
Castla Avon. Jiar*h>Caldnrell. 

Castle Blair. Skaw. 
Caatle Daly. Keary 
Caatle Dangerous. HcoH 
Caatle Foam. French. 
Caatle llohpnwald. Streckruss. 
Caatle In Spain. DeMlIle. 
Caatle Nowliere. Woolaon. 
Castle of Ehn>iL-<tt-iu. Jnmp«. 
Caatle Richmond. Trollope. 
Cat and tuttleilon>. Balzac. 
Cat of Bubastes. Ilentr. 
Catherlae. Thackeray. 



Catherine's coqvetiiea Debaaa. 
Cat's Arabian nights. Diax. 
('ailon*. l.>'tloii. 
Cecil Castloiuoin's go^e. Raaiti. 
Cecil Dreeme. Wlathrop. 
Cktcil's tiTBt. Payn. 
Cerise. Hclrille. 
Cerrilos, Loe. Atherlon. 
C^sar Birotteau. Balzac. 
Cartel le. PouTillon. 
Chalnbearrr. Cooper. 
Chance aoiuajntaace. Ilovrells. 
Chance for himself. Trowbrldse. 



es. Nonlhworth. 
Changed heart Fletnlng. 
-TbuDging base, Everett, 
i-hanninsa. Wood. 
Chaatry priest of Baroet. Charch. 
Chaplain o( tiie fleet. Betant and Rice. 



1 StSC 
Z II33C 
J2 Sh3 
3 K31 
in It SeoBU 
I F86 

3 8I8C 

1 Dsec 

1 W883C 

2 J23C 
3 TT4Ca 

4 B31C 

J3 H30Ca 

3 T32C2 

in 2 T33H3 

4 D3S 
J I D94C 

2 L99Ca 

3 R14C 

1 W73 

3 PSOCe 
2 M4I>C 

1 AUL 

4 B21Ce 
4 P80 

1 CT8C 
1 H833C 
Jl T75J3 
3 RI4Ch 
I 8o8C 
I FGZCh 
Jl Et3C 
3 W85Ch 

2 C4T 



B46Ch 

3 V8Ch 

J3 H3SCh 



Chapletof peirls. Vouge. 
Chapter of ad-yBnttuea Henty. 
Chaiicles. Becker. 3 USH 

CbaTlemont. Kimins. 1 Si4C 

Charles O'MaUey. Z-ever. 3 LSTCfa 

Charley BelL Hellom. Jl K30E3 

Charier KiugstoD's aunt. Thompson, 2 T3T 
Charlie Codmon's cruise. Alger. Jl AI3C3 
Charlotte's inheritance. Maxwell. 3 H4SC 
rhassenrd'Afriquo. Wnlraslcy, 1 WI6C 

Chala and Cliinlta Heaven. I H353C 

Chatean d<Or. HoImcs. I HlSCd 



Chantanqna girls at borne. Alden, 1 A13C 
Chaatauqna idyL LiTinpstone. 1 LT(t 

Chelsea bousubolder Lawlpw. 3 L43C 

Cherrvaii.lVi„Ut. Mannins. 3 M31C 

Chetirynd Calrerley. Ainswortb. 3 A16Ch 
Cheralier. Do mas. 4 US»Ch 

Chief jusUre. Fruiiio.. 3 P85C 

Child life in many lands. Strong. Jl BtSC 

Child of Uie Island Olen. Kellogg. Jl K39P4 
Child of tbe tide. Cheney. Jl C43 

Child wUe. Reld. 2 R27C 

Childhood, boyhood, youth. TolatAl. 

891.73 T58C 
Children of old Park's Tavern. Unmphrey. 

Jl H88 
Children of the world. Heyse, 3 HSI 

Children of to-morrow. Sharp. 2 Sh2C 

OhDyBusan. Bishop. 1 B54C 

Chri»>»y<s t^nduavor. Aldeii. lAI3Ch 

Christian phptiokv.dst. GrlOn. 2 G87Ch 

ChrixtinnNimbialco. t'ralk. 3 C84C 

Christie Redf em's troubles. Robertson. 

J2 R54C 
Christie's ChristmsH. Alden. Jl AI2Ci 

Christmas angel. Parjeon. 2 F333C 

Christmas books. Dickens. 3 DS&C 

— Same. 2 DS5C3 
Christ mas books. Tliackeray. 2 T32Ch 

— Same. 2 T33Ch2 

— Same. 3 T33Ch3 
Christmas Eve and Cbrlstmas day. Male. 

1 U13C 
Christmas evergreens. Allen. Jl AI53P5 

Christmas guest Soathwortb. 1 So.SCh 

ChrUtmas Jack. Rand. Jl RISC 

Chriatmaa storiee. Dickens. in 2 DS5U 

Chrtslmos storim. Holmes. 1 H73Ch 

Christmas with grandma Elsie. Plnley. 

J I F49E14 
Christmas wreck, and other storiea Stockton. 

1 BtSCh 
ChriHtoivell. Blackmore. 2 BSaSCh 

<'hrlsty Cart>w Hartley. 3 H35C 

Chronicle of CJ^mjuest. Sparhawk. 1 8p2C 

Chronicles of Carlingrord. Oliphant. 3 OI3Ch 

Chronicle B of tl»e Schiinberg-Cotta family. 

Charles. » C38C 

Chry^tal, Jock, and Co. —Delta Bizby. 

Hunroe. Jl M93C 

Chubby ItuCT. Huntington. Jl H92C 

Chuck Fimly. Stoddard. Jl Ste2C 

Cigarette-maker's ronuuiro. CrawTord. 1 C78C 
Circuit ridur E^leston. 1 I^C 

Clandestine marriage. Dopuy. 1 D92CI 

Clarissa. Richnrdtion. 2 R3DC 

Clandla. Douglas. I D74C 

Claverings. Trollope. 2 T74C1 

Clemency Frauklyu. Keary. 3 K21C 

Cleopatra. Haggard. 3 H13C 



Clerk of Portwick. Fean. 3 F3SC 

Clere HsU. Sewell. 3 SeSC 

Clcvt^rnuinai) of the family. Yonge. 2 Y8C1 
CUll-clInibcrh. Reid. J2 RZ7C1 

ClolstcruDtlthahoBrth. Reade. 3 R33CI 

Cloud and cliff. Allen, Jl AIS3C 

Cloven foot. Muiwcll. » M45CI 

Clover. WoolMy. Jl W88C 

Collegians. Griffin. 2 G87Co 

Colonel Pacre. Jolly 2 JSSCo 

Colonel Entlerby'a wifo. Harriaon. 2 H24C 
Colonel QuoHM'h. V <?. Hazard. 2 H12Ca 
ColaBePBtnuiEtmaa dinner. King. 1 K58C 
ColonePs daughter. King. I KSSCo 

ColonePs moOL-j- Lillie. JI L02C 

Colonel'* operacloak. Bmsh. 1 B83C 

Colonial boj- Bystcr. Jl Er7C« 

Colonial rEifomier, Boldrcwood. 2 B63C 

flome forth. Ward. 1 W31C 

Comedr of a country hoaae. Sturgls. 2 8t93C 
Comelbupaaa flower. BroiiKbton, 3 BTOC 
Coming wave. Adams. Jl AdlV4 

t;ommoriwjuE.>. Newbr. 3 NJ2C 

Commonplace. RosMtU. 3 R73C 

ComtcsK 6a Cbamy, Dnmas. 4 DSOCm 

Condensed noveUanditortea. Harte. 1 U26C 
ConfieMlon. Slmou. I Si4Co 

— Same. •« 1 8i4B2 

Coarenions of a wotnan. Col lias. . 2 C003C 
Confessions of Claud. Fawcelt. 1 F28C 

Confessions of Con Cregan. Lever. 3 LATCo 
Confessions of Oerald Bstcomt. Lean. 3 L47C 
Confidence. James. I J23C 

Confidential ogi'Qt. Payn. 3 P30Ca 

Conliwabr. Bi'Hcon^ileld. 3 B35C 

Conqnering and 1o mii(]iu'r. Charles. 2 C38CB 
Consrripl. F.rrkmiiiin and Chatrian. 4 Er2C 
Coo<-pinu'V. BadesB. I B14C 

Constable da Bourbon. Alasirorth. 2 AiSCo 
Constable of the Tower. Ainsworth. 2 AiflCt 
Constance. Il.iwlhorne. 1 H312Co 

Constance Slicmood. Fallcrton. 2 FSSC 

Consoelo. DiidtvaDt. 4 DSBCo 

CoBtarinl Flaming. Beacon-tfieid. 3 B35Co 
ConteutnicDt betto- than weaHb. Neal. 

Jl K25C 
Contrabniid. Memile. 3 M40Co 

Contradictions. Pciird. 2 P3l2Co 

ronvFniionnlBohBBiiaD. Pendleton. 1 P37 
Convict. James. 2 J23Co 

CorniyaniL nullanlync, J2 B21CO 

Cord and creese. Uc JM ille. I D39Co 

CorlBue. KlaEI-Uolstein. 4 Stl 

Corisande iiud othcj- tales. Bridges. 3 B76C 
Cnscltp. Mucnnoid, 2 M34Co 

Cottage by thooathrilrnl. Charles. 3 C38Co 
Couldn't say no. Babberton. 1 HlICo 

CoulynGCoh-tlu. Giberae. 2 G35 

Count Eortia. Cberbaliez. 4 C43 

Count of Monte-Criato. Dnmas. 4 DSOCo 

Connt Robert of Paris. Scott. 2 ScoBCo 



Conat SilTini. Horn. 3 HT8 

Count Xavier. Darand. 4 D93C 

Conntess QlsBla. John. 3 JeiC 

Countess Huta. Montagae. 1 H78C 

Country boy's ceotenniaL Osborne. Jl OalC 
Country bf-waya Jewelt. 1 JSSCo 

Country doctor. Balzac. 4 B21Cd 

Coan try doctor. Jewett. 1 JKfiC 

CoBUtry gentjeman and his famHy. Ollphant. 

3 OI3CO 
CoBBtryiuck. Uabberton, 1 BIIC 

Country quarters. Blessington. 2 BSMC' 

CoBBty. anon. 3 083 

Coupon IxjTHls. Trowbridge. 1 TTSC 

Course of tnia love never did nm snooUi, and other 
tales. Reade. 3 RSSCo 

Conn Nethortalgh. Wood. 3 WS&Co 

CoartRojaL Goold. 3 GT'SC 

Courting i>[ Diaab Bhadd, and other storiea, 
Kipling. 3 KeSC 

CousioBette. Balsnc. 4 B21Co 

Cousin (ri.iii India, Craik. J2 CMIC 

Couin Heury Trollope. 3 TT4Co 

Contin Lucy among the mountains. Ablwtt* 

Jl Ab3L 
Cousin Lacy at play. Abbott, in Jl Ab3L3 
CouslB Lucy at study. Abbott. Jl Ab3L2 
Consln Lucy on the sea-^hore. Abbott. 

tejl Ab3L 
Cousin Lncy'a ..-ouversationa. Ablott. 

in Jl Ab2L3 
CobsIb Maude and Soauoond. Holmes. 

1 HT3CO 
COBsinPhiUis, and oUier tales. Gaskell, 

3 631C 
CoBsin Pons. Balzac. 4 B21Cp 

Coasins. Walford. 2 WI4C 

CradoclcNowea Blaclunore. 3 B5S3C 

Crater. Cooper. 1 CT8Cr 

Craze of Chriitiaii Englebart Darnell. 

1 D25C 
Creeping Jenny. Allen. Jl AIS3F2 

Crichton Ain-^wurth. 3 AlftCr 

Crime o( Hpiu-y Vine. Stimnon. 1 StSC 

Crime of SylvretreBounard. France. 4 F84 
Cringle and LTiiss-ti«!. AdamK. Jl AdltI4 
Cripps, t(i« t-nrrier. Blarkniorc. SB 963Cr 
CronontmyH. iHartinPna. J» MSeC 

Crohoore of the billhook. Banlm. 

in 3 B23P 
Crooked path. Hecttor, x H3SC 

Crooked places. Hayo. 3 3I4S4C 

Croppy. Bonlm. 3 B232C 

Cross and cTBocent. Adams, Jl AdlYo9 

Crosspatch. Woolsey. Jl W88Cr 

Crowded ont o' CroOeld. Stoddard. 

Jl Btescr 
Crael as the grave. Sootfaworth. 1 BoSCr 

Cralse of the canoe club. Aldcn, Jl AI35C 
Cruise of the Cosco. Kellogg. Ji K39F3 

Cmlseof the"Qlic«t.'' AJdea. Jl AlSSCr 



Cmiae. 



FICTION. 



Dick. 



Cmiae of tbe Hidge. Scott. 
Cruise of tbe Snowbird. Stables. 
Cruise of tbe Waq>. Frith. 
Cruise upon wheels. Collins. 
Crusade of the Excelsior. Harte. 
Crusoe in New York. Hale. 
Crust and the cake. Mayo. 
Cnrptofram. De Mute. 
Cnrstal batten. Thomas. 
Cu4fo*s cave. Trowbridge. 
Cunning workmen. Alden. 
Cuore. Amicis. 
Cupidy M. D. Swill. 
Cupid and Chow-chow. Alcott. 
Curate's home. Gibeme. 
Curse of Game's Hold. Henty. 
Curse of Clifton. Southworth 
Curse of gold. Stephens. 
Cut by the coimty. Maxwell. 

D 

Da capo. Ritclde. 

Dab Kinnr. Stoddard. 

Daisy. Warner. 

Daisy Bums. Kavanagh. 

Daisy chain. 2 v. Yonge. 

Daisy Plains. Warner. 

Daisy Thornton. Holmes. 

Daltons. Lever. 

Dame de Monsoreau. Dumas. 

Daniel Denmda. Cross. 

Danish fairy legends and tales. Andersen. 

J830.83 An2 
1 JII613D 
2 Y8Da 
in 2 Y8L2 
2 W19D 
2 F22D. 
2 G21D 
I H73Da 



2 Sco82 

J2 Stic 

2 F91C 

2 C691C 

1 H25Cr 

1 H13Cr 

2 M454Cr 

1 D39Cr 

1 T36C 

1 T75CU 

1 A12CU 
J5 Am5 

1 Sw5 
Jl A112C 

2 G35C 

2 H39C 
1 So8Cn 

1 St4C 

2 JII45Cn 



2 R51D 
Jl St62D 
1 W244D 

2 K17D 
2 Y8D 

W244Da 

1 II73D 

2 L57D 
4 D89Da 

2 C88D 



Danites in tlie Sierras. Miller. 

Danvers papers. Yonge. 

— Same. 

Darien. Warburton. 

Dark days. Fargns. 

Dark night's work. Gaskell. 

Darkness and daylight. Holmes. 

Darnley. James. 

— Same. 



2 

in 2 



J23D 
J23R 



Daughter of an Egyptian king. Ebers. 



3 
3 
1 
1 
2 
1 



Eb3D 
M92D 
K63W 
B27D 
B56D 
F28D 
B69D 



Daughter of an empress. Mundt. 
Daughter of Eve. Kirk. 
Daughter of Fife. Barr. 
Daughter of Heth. Black. 
Daughter of sOenoe. Fawoett. 
Daughter of tbe Philistines. Boyesen. 1 
Daughter's sacrifloe. Philips and Fendall. 

2 P53D 

Davenport Dnnn. Lever. 2 L57Da 

David Copperfleki. Dickens. 2 D55D 

David Elginbrod. MacDonald. 2 M14D 

David Poindezter^ disappearance. Hawthorne. 

1 H312D 

Dawn. Haggard. 2 H12D 

Day and night stories. Sullivan. 1 Sa5 

Day of fate. Roe. 1 R622D 

Day will oome. Maxwell. 2 M45Da 



Days of Brace. Agnilar. 
Day's ride. Lever. 
Dayspring. Marshall. 
Dead men^s shoes. Maxwell. 
Dead sea fruit. Maxwell 
Dead secret. Collins. 
Dead sin. Mayo. 



2 Ag9 
2 L57Dr 

2 M35D 
2 M45De 
2 M45Df 

2 C69D 
2 M454D 



Dealings with the fairies. MacDonald. 

J2 M14D 
Dean and his daughter. Philips 
Dear Lady Disdain. McCarthy. 
Dearer than life. Leslie. 
Dearly bought. Burnham. 
Death shot. Reid. 
Debenham's vow. Kdwards. 
Debit and credit. Freytag. 
De CrelBsy. Paul. 
Deemster. Caine. 
Deep down. Ballantyne. 
Deephaven. Jewett. 
Deerslayer. Cooper. 

Delight makers. Bandolier. 
Demagogue. Locke. 
Demoniac. Besant. 
Demos, anon. 
Dene HoUow. Wood. 
Denis Donne. Cudlip. 
Denis DuvaL Thackeray. 

— Same. 

— Same. 

— Same. 

Denise. Roberts. 
Derrick Sterling. Munroe. 
Derrick Vaughan. Bayly. 
Desert home. Rcid. 
Desert of ice. Verne. 
Deserted ship. Cupples. 
Deserted wife. Southworth. 
Desk and debit. Adams. 
Desmond hundred. Austin. 
Desperate remedies. Hardy. 



2 P53De 
2 M12D 
2 L56D 

1 B932D 
2 R27D 
2 Ed9D 

3 F89 
2 P28D 
2 C12D 
J2 B21D 
1 J55D 
1 C78D 

1 B22D 

1 L79 

2 B46D 

2 D39 
2 W85DC 

2 C89D 

in 2 T32C2 

in 2 T32H3 

in 2 T32M3 

in 828 T32Bo 

2 R54D 

Jl M92D 

2 B34DC 
J2 R27D 

4 V59D 

1 C92 

1 So8D 

Jl AdlU3 

1 AuTD 

2 H22D 



Despot of Broomsedge Cove. Mnrflree. 1 M94D 



in 



Destiny. Ferrier. 

Destruction of Gotham. Miller. 

Dethroned heiress. Dnpny. 

Detmold. Bishop. 

Devereux. Lytton. 

Devil's Ford. Harte. 

Devon boys. Fenn. 

Dialect tales. McDowell. 

Diana. Warner. 

Diana, Lady Lyle. Dixon. 

Diana of Meridor. Dumas. 

Diana of the crossways. Meredith. 

Diane. Macquoid. 

Diary of a late physician. Warren. 

Diary of a man of fifty. James. 

Diary of Kitty Trevylyan. Charles. 

Dick Cheveley. Kingston. J2 

Dick o' the fens. Fenn. J2 

Dick Sands. Verne. 4 



in 2 F41M2 

1 M613De 

1 D92D 

1 B54D 

2 L99D 
1 H25Mi 
J2 F35D 

1 M14D 
W244Di 

2 D04D 
D89D 
M54D 
M24D 
W25D 
J23Di 

C38D 
K614D 



4 

2 
2 
2 
1 
2 



F35Di 
V59Di 



(75) 



Dick's. 



nCTIOBT. 



Earnest. 



Dick's sweetheart Argles. 
Digby Grand. Melville. 
Dikes and ditches. Adams. 
Dilly and the captain. Lotlirop. 
Dinna forget. Stannard. 
Diplomat's diarj. Cruger. 
Disarmed. £dwards« 



2 Ar3Di 

Jl AdlYo4 

Jl L91D 

2 St2D 

1 C88D 

2 £d93D 



Discarded daughter. Soothworth. 1 SoSDi 
Dishonored. Bonlger. 2 Bd6D 

Disiilasion. Copp^. 4 C79 

Disowned. I«ytton. 2 I.99Di 

Divers women. Alden and liivin^ton. 

1 A12Di 
Divorce. liCe. 1 L54D 

Djambek, the Georgian. Suttner. 3 Sq8D 

Do and dare. Alger. Jl A13A2 

Doctor Antonio. Raflini. 2 R83D 

Doctor Ben. Witherspoon. 1W77 

Dr. Breen's practice. Howells. I H383D 

Doctor Claudius. Crawford. 1 C85D 

Doctor Cupid. Broughton. 2 B70D 

Dr. Deane^s way, and other stories. Foster. 

1 F81D 
Doctor Grattan. Hammond. 1 H182 

Doctor Grimshawe's secret. Hawthorne. 

1 H31D 
Doctor Jacob. Edwards. 2 Ed93Do 

Doctor Johns. Mitchell. 1 M69D 

Dr. Le Baxx>n and his daughters. Austin. 

1 AuTDo 
Dr. Mortimer's patient. Bean. 2 B37 

Dr. Rameau. Ohnet. 4 Oh4D 

Dr. Sevier. Cable. 1 CUD 

Doctor Thome. Trollope. 2T74Do 

Doctor Vandyke. Cooke. 1 C77D 

Dr. Wainwright's patient. Yates. 2 Y2Do 

Dr. Wortle's schooL Trollope. 2 T74Dr 

Doctor Zay. Ward. 1 W21D 

Doctor's family. Oliphant. in 2 013R 

Doctor's wife. Maxwell. 2 M45Do 

Dodd family abroad. Lever. 2 Ij57Do 

Dodge club. De Mille. 1 D39D 

Dog's mission. Stowe. Jl St7D 

Doing and dreaming. Mayo. 2 M454Do 

Doing his best. Trowbridge. Jl T75J3 

Dollars and cents. Warner. 1 W24D 

Dolliver romance. Hawthorne. 1 H31Do2 

DoUiver romance, and other pieces. Hawthorne. 

1 H31DO 

Dolly's narrative. Denison. 1 D41D 

Dombey and son. Dickens. 2 D55Do 

Domestic stories. Craik. 2 C84D 

Dominant seventh. Clarlu 1 C542D 

Don John. Ingelow. 2 In4 

Donal Grant. Mac Donald. 2 M14Do 

Donald and Dorothy. Dodge. Jl D66D 

Donovan. Bayly. 2 B34D 

Dora. Kavanagh. 2 K17Do 

DoraDeane. Holmes. 1 H73Do 

Dorcas. Craik. 2 C842D 

Dorcas dub. Adams. Jl AdlY5 



Doris. Argles. 

— Same, 

Doris and Theodora. Janvier. 
Dorothy. Brown. 
Dorothy. Paul. 
Dorothy Fox. Parr. 
Dorothy's experience. Trafton. 
Dorymatcs. Monroe. 
Dosia. Dnrand. 
Doable knot. Fenn. 
Doable masquerade. Talbot. 
Doable play. Everett. 
Doably false. Stephens. 
Doabting heart. Keary. 
Dove in the eaglets nest. Yonge. 
Dower House. Cadlip. 
Down South. Adams. 
Down the ravine. Marfree. 
Down the Rhine. Adams. 
Down the river. Adams. 
Down the snow stairs. Corkran. 
Down the West Branch Farrar. 
Dragon and the raven. Hcnty. 

Dragon of the north. Oswald. 
Dramas of life. Sims. 



2 Ajr3Do 
2 Ar3Do2 

1 J26D 

2 . B812 
2 P28DO 
2 P241D 

1 T67D 
Jl M92DO 

4 D93D 

2 F35D 
1 T14 

Jl Et2D * 

1 St4D 
2 K21D 
2 YSDo 

2 C89DO 

Jl AdlG5 

1 M94DO 

Jl AdlYoO 

Jl AdlS6 

J2 C81D 

Jl F24 

J2 H39D 

2 Os9D 

2 Si5D 



Draytons and the Davenants. Charles. 

2 C38Dr 
Dream children. Scadder. 1 Sca2D 

Dream numbers. Trollope. 2 T743D 

Dream of little Tuk. Andersen. 

J839.83 Aji2D 
Dred; a tale of the Great Dismal Swamp. Stowe. 

1 St7D 

Drift from Redwood camp. Harte. in 1 H25P 
Driven back to Eden. Roe. 1 R622Dr 

Driven to bay. Lean. 2 I«47D 

Drummer boy. Trowbridge. Jl T75D 

Drnmmer-boy of the Rappahannock. Rand. 

Jl R15D 
Dnchess. Argles. 2 Ar3D 

^Same, 2 Ar3D2 

Duchess of Rosemary Lane. Faijeon. 2 F222D 
Dachesse de Langeais. Balzac 4 B21D 

Dake's children. Trollope. 2 T74Da 

Dake's daughter. Oliphant. 2 013D 

Damps. Parr. 2 P241Da 

Danhaven ranch. King. in 1 K58T 

Dusantes. Stockton. 1 StOD 

Dost. Hawthorne. 1 H312Da 

Dwellers in Five-Sisters Court. Scadder. 

1 Sca2Dw 

Dynamiter, The. Stevenson. More new Arabian 

nights; the dynamiter. 2 8t42D 

Dynevor Terrace. Yonge. 2 Y8Dy 



E 

Earl's atonement. Braeme* 
Earl's daughter. Sewell. 
Earl's promise. Riddell. 
Early dawn. Charles. 
Earnest trifler. Spragne. 



1 B73E 

2 8e8£ 
2 R43IE 

2 C38E 
1 Sp7£ 



(7«) 



£arth. 



FICTION. 



Falre. 



Earth trembled. Roe. 1 R622E 

EastAzigeb. Woolson. 1 W883E 

EastLynne. Wood. 2 W85E 

Eavesdropper. Payn. 2 P29E 
Ebb-tide, and other stories. Fisher. 1 F53E 

Echo of passion. Lathrop. 1 L34E 

Echoing and re-echoing. Foster. Jl F8IE 

Edina. Wood. 2 W85Ed 

Edith Ljle. Holmes. 1 H73E 

Editha's burglar. Burnett. Jl B93E 

Editor's tales. Troiiope. 2 T74E 

Edmond Dantes. Dumas. 4 D89E 

Edna Browning. Holmes. 1 H73£d 

Edward Burton. Wood. 1 W85E 

Edwin Drood. Dickens. 2 D55E 

— Same. in 2 D55B2 

Effie and her strange aoquaintances. Crofts. 

J2 C87E 

Effie OgilYie. Oliphant. 2 013E 

Egoist. Meredith. 2 M54E 

Egirptian princess. Ebers. 3 Eb3E 

Elchhofs. Bethosy-Huc. 3 B46E 

Eight cousins. Alcott. Jl A112E 

Eight days. Forrest. 2 FTTE 

Eighty-seven. Alden. 1 A12Ei 

Ekkehard. Scheflel. 3 Sch2 

EIFureidls. Cammins. 1 C91 

Elbow-room. Clark. 1 C54 

Eleanor's victory. Maxwell. 2 M45E 

Eliane. Craven. 4 C85E 

Eli*s children. Fenn. 2 F35E 

Elixir. Ebers. 3 £b3El 

Elizabeth. Cottin. 4 C82 

Elisabeth Morley. Macquoid. 2 M24E 

EUenLinn. Abbott. Jl Ab2F4 

Ellen Middleton. Fullerton. 2 F95E 

Elsie and the Raymonds. Finley. Jl F49E15 

Elsie at Natucket. Finley. Jl F49E10 

Elsie Dinsmore. Finley. Jl F49E 

Elsie Venner. Holmes. 1 H733E 

Elsie's children. Finley. Jl F49E6 
Elsie's friends at Woodbum. Finley. 

Jl F49E13 

Elsie's girlhood. Finley. Jl F49E3 

Elsie's kith and kin. Finley. Jl F49E12 

Elsie'4 motherhood, iiinley. Jl F49E5 

Elsie's new relations. Finley. Jl F49E9 

Elsie's widowhood. Finley. Jl F49E7 

Elsie's womanhood. Finley. Jl F49E4 

Elster's folly. Wood. 2 W85EI 
Emigrants of Ahadarra. Carleton. 2 C19E 
Emilia Wyndham. Marsh-Caldwell. 2 M33E 

Emma. Ansten. 2 Aa7E 

Emperor. Ebers. 3 Eb3£m 

Empress JoeeiMne. Mondt. 3 M92E 

Empty heart. Terhiine. 1 T27E 
Enchanting and enchanted. Hacklttnder. 

3 HUE 

EndofaooiL Warner. 1 W244E 

End of the world. Eggleston. 1 Eg3E 

Eadless chain. Alden. Jl A12En 



Endymion. Bcaconsfield. 
Engely the fearless. Mitchell. 
English orphans. Holmes. 
English squire. Coleridge. 
Entail. Gait. 
Entailed hat. Townsend. 
Epicurean. Moore. 
Equal to the occasion. Mayo. 
Erema. Blackmore. 
Erlach Court. Kilrschner. 
Erlingy the Bold. Ballantyne. 
Ernest Maltravers. Ijytton. 
Ernestine. Hillern. 
Ersilia. Poynter. 
Estelle RuaselL anon, 
Es^er Ried. Alden. 
Ester Ried yet speaking. Alden. 
Esther. Compton. 
Esther Hill^s secret. Craik. 
Esther's fortune. Lillie. 
Ethel's year at Ashton. Dawes. 
Ethelyn's mistake. Holmes. 
Eugene Aram. Lytton. 
Eugenic. Butt. 
Eugenie Grandet. Balzac. 



2 B35E 
J2 M69E 

1 H73En 
2 C671E 

2 G13En 

1 T66E 
2 M70 

2 M454£q 
2 B5G3E 

3 K96E 
J2 B21E 

2 Ii99£ 

3 H55E 
2 P874E 

2 Es8 

1 A12Es 

1 A12£t 

1 C73E 

2 C842E 

1 Ii62E 
Jl D32 

1 H73Et 

2 Ii99En 

2 B98E 

4 B21E 



Eunice Lathrop, spinster. Noble. 1 Nd6Eu 

Europeans. James. 1 J23E 

Eutaw. Simms. 1 Si4E 

Evan Harrington. Meredith. 2 M54Ev 

Evang^liste, L\ Dandet. 4 D26Le 

Evelina. Arblay. 2 ArlE 
Evelyn Marston. Marsh-Caldwell. 2 M33Ev 

Evelyn's folly. Braeme. 1 B73Ev 
Evenings at Haddon Hall. Cattermole. 2 C29 

Evil that men do. Fawcett. 1 F28E 

Exceptional case. Reno. 1 R29E 

Exchange no robbery. Edwards. 2 Ed93E 

Experience of life. Sewell. 2 8e8Ex 

Expiated, anon. 2 Ex6 

Expiation. French. 1 F882E 

Eye for an eye. Troiiope. 2 T74Ey 

Eyebright. Woolsey. Jl W88E 

Eyes right. Richardson. Jl R393E 

Eyre's acquittal Reeves. 2 R25E 



F. Grant and Co. Chancy. 
Face illumined. Roe. 
Face to face. Grant. 
Facing death. Henty. 
Facing the footlights. Lean. 
Failure of Elisabeth. Poynter. 
Fainalls of Tipton. Johnson. 
Fair barbarian. Burnett. 
Fair Qod. Wallace. 
Fair-haired Alda. Lean. 
Fair maid of Marblehead. Woods. 
Fair maid of Perth. Scott. 
Fair play. Southworth. 
Fair puritan. Herbert. 
Faire gospeller. Maiming. 



Jl C36F 

1 R622F 

1 G76F 
J2 H39F 

2 L47F 

2 P874F 
1 JG3F 

1 B93F 

1 W15F 
2 I-47Fa 

1 W863P 

2 Sco8F 
1 So8F 

1 H41F 

2 M31F 



fTT) 



PalrfM girls. CoDklln. 
Fairport nine. Brooks. 
Fairr book. Crolk. 
Fairy tales. Andersen. 
Fairy tales. Aulnor* 
Faith and imf alth. Aivleit. 



1 CT59F 
Jl BTSIF 

J3 CMF 

JB39.83 An3F 

J3 Ad5 

3 Ar3F 

2 AtSFZ 
FftltbQartDej<Bglrihood. Whllner. 1 WSIF 



Faith Uuwiu'KORleal. €ralk. 
Faitbfal lover. Sincquoidi 
Falcotibcri. IBoyesen. 
Falkncr Lyiu. I^mon, 
Fall of Somerset. Alnsworth. 
Fallen fortuncB. Payn. 
Fallen idoL Gnthrie. 
Fallen leaves. CoIIinB. 
Fallen pride. Soathworth. 
False cakmL Cud Up. 
False wltneas. LllUo. 
Fame and fortune. Alger. 
Fame and sorrow. Balzac. 
Famllr affair. Fargns. 
Familr doom. Soalhworth. 
Family feud. Harder. 
Faniilr fortuneo. Mayo. 
Family vrlthmt a nameL Terne. 
Fnnsbawe. Hawihome. 



C842F 
3 H34P 

1 B6«F 

2 L54F 

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3 H31F 

3 M454F 

4 VSBFa 
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— Sarm. in 1 -H3IDo3 

Far above rublo. Rlddell. 2 H431F 

Far from tlieiiifuldioK crowd. Hardy. 3 H33F 
rardoroiiKtin, Um mliur. CarlcioD. 2 ClOF 



Farnell's full)- Trowbridge. 
Fashioa and tunme. StephcD§. 
Fast trienda. Trawhrldep. 
Fatal tnanlAge. Soulhworth. 
Fatal PluTiie. Philips and WUIa. 
Fatalsecret Nouthworlh, 
Fatal three. 



1 T75F 
1 Bt4F 
Jl TT5J4 
1 SoSFl 
3 Pft3P 
1 SoSFm 
3 JII4SPa 



F»te of Mansfield Hnmpht«7e. White. 1 V/iS 
Futnd to he lr»}. Intelow. 3 In4P 

Father Lombert'sfanillf. Bamford. Jl B31 
Fetirlal Tesp<iiiaibility. lIowell!i. 1 UB33P 
FealstintLofluKl. Marliaeuu. J3 M36P 

Feet of day. Barr. 1 B3TP 

Feet of love. Aldrich. 1 At23F 

Felicia. Edwards. 2 EdSSFe 

Felicllas. Dahn. 3 D14P 

Fell! Holt. Crois. 3 C88P 

Fenton*B quest. Haxirell, 2 9145Fe 

Fend of Oakfleld Creek. Royce. 1 R81 

Flammetta. Story. 1 81724 

Pidalsos of Casi MooriBca. Coelho. 

869,3 C6SF 
Field and forest. Adams. Jl AdlV 

PUly years, three months, two days. Wolff. 

3 W83 



FlRht with foTtone. Collins. 
FlghtinK Joe. Adams. 
Fi|[h ting the air. Lean. 
FiRhtlDg thesea. Rand. 
F^ and thisUes. Tonrsfe. 



3 C093F 

Jl AdlAS 

3 L4TPi 

Jl RISF 

1 TMF 



Final reckonhig. Henty. J3 HSBPI 

Fir boughs. Allen. Jl AIS2F3 

Fire brigade. Biillunlrne. J2 B31Fi 

Fia'li)rlitst<irii% IHouIIod. 1 M86F 

Firm of (;inlk*tY>Q, I)ovl«. 2 DT7F 

First violin. Folhcreill. 2 FS3P 

Fisher boTi of Pleasant Cove. Kellogg. 

Jl IE2»F6 
Fi»hcr-majdcn. BJilmson. 839.83 B52F 
Fivhermnn's daugbur M on Isomer Vi % )IT6F 
Fixhin' Jimmy Sloswii. 1 SUP 

Fitch dub. M'lllinms. Jl WMF 

Fire hundred doUtuK Chaplia. 1 C383 

Five little Peppers. Jjolhrop. Jl I,»1F 

FlTe old rrionils. Ritchie. 2 BSIF 

Filed period. Trollope. 3 TT4P 

Flagofdistn^ Rcid. J2 R3TF 

Flag of truce. Warner. Jl W344F 

Flamiago [imther Munroe, Jl 1(93F 

Flat iraa^oraforthing. Bwing. J2 BwSF 
Flaiiegrowingvp. Clarke. Jl CftSFV 

FI«Dran|!e. Crav«D. 4 C8BF 

Flip. Hnrte. l H35F 

Flipwine* the spy, WesaelhoeR. Jl WSIP 
Flirt. Horrien. 4 H44 

Flitch of bacon. Ainsworth. 3 AiftPI 

Flitters, Tatters, and the Connaelliv. HarUey. 

2 H3aP 
Floating dty. Verne. 4 VS9F 
Floating prhice. Stockton. Jl BtGF 
Flock of glrU. Perry. Jl P4aF 
Flood and field. Maiirell, 3 M4A3F 
Flower and weed. Haiwell. 2 M4AF1 
Flower de hnndred. Harrison. I H34ftF 
Flower, fruit, and Ihoro piece*. Richter. 

3 R41F 
Floyd Oiandon's honor. Dongias. 1 DT4P 
Fluttered dweciit.' F<!nn. 2 P35F 
Foes of biT housL'liold. Douglas. 1 D74Ph 
Fogprlnoee. James. 2 J333F 
Foggy night at Offord, and other storlea. Wood. 

3 W85F 
FolloFHTine. Wtmmt. 2 RI4F 

Foul's errand. Tonrg6e. 1 Te4F« 

Foot on the silL JfcKeerer. Jl M19F 

Footprint* In the foreat. Ellis. Jl EULS 

For a woman. Perry. 1 P423Fa 

Far cash only. Payn. 2 P39Fc 

For ever and ever. I^an. 2 I.47FO 

For faitliandirt'^lunL Bcsant. 3 B4SF 

For Qod and gold. Corbett. 2 CSIP 

For love and lite. Oliphant. 2 013P 

For iiuiue uixWuiie. lI«Dlr. J2 H39Ha 

For mil' oDd Uie world. Edwaida. 3 Ed»3Fo 
For richer, for poorer. Parr. 2 P34F 

For the major. Woolson. 1 W883F 

For the temple. Uenly. J2 H39Fr 

Porayera. SImms. 1 Si4F 

- Same. in 1 Si4Wo3 

Fore and aft. Diion. 1 DM 

Foregone coDCloskm. Howells. 



•Forest* 



FICTION. 



Giraffe. 



Forest days. James. 
Forest exiles. Reid. 
Forest Glen. KellogfT* 
Forest oatlaws. Gilliat. 
Forestalled. Edwards. 
Forget-me-Hots. Kavanai^li. 
Forlorn hope. Yates. 
Forrest House. Holmes. 
Forsaken inn. Rohlfs. 
Fortnight in heaven. Bnrdges. 
Fortunate island. Clark. 
Fortune seeker. Sonthworth. 
Fortune's fooL Hawthorne. 
Fortunes of Glenoore. Lever. 
Fortunes of NigeL Scott. 



2 J23FO 

J2 R27FO 

Jl K20F5 

2 G41F 

2 Ed93F 

2 K17F 

2 Y2F 

1 Hr3F 

1 R63F 

2 B84F 

1 C54F 
1 S08F0 

1 H312F 

2 Ii57F 

2 8C08F0 



Fortunes of the Colville family. Smedley. 

2 Sm3 
Fortunes of the Faradays. Douglas. 1 D74Fo 
Fortunes of RacheL Hale. 1 UI3F 

Forty-five. Dumas. 4 D89Fr 

Note. Same m Forty-flvo guardamon. 

Forty-five guanlsmen. Dumas. 4D89Fr 

Foul play. Reade. 2 R22F 

Found at Blazing Star. Uarte. in 1 U25F 
Found dead. Payn. 2 P20Fo 

Found oat. Reeves. 2 R25F 

Four girls at Chantauqua. Aiden. 1 AI2F 

Four gold pieces. Gouraud. 4 G74 

Four MacNicols. Black. J2 B56F 

Fox-hunting. Stephens. Jl St4C5 

Forwood bojnsi at school Allan. Jl A15 

Fra Lippo Ldppt Farrington. 1 F24 

Frank Fairlegh. Smedley. 2 Sm3F 

Frank Fowler. Alger. Jl A13F 

Frank Mildmay. Marryat. 2 M34F 

Frank Warrington. Harris. 1 H243F 

Frank's campaign. Alger. Jl AI3C 

Frau Frohmann. Trollope. 2 T74Fr 

Freaks of fortune. Adams. Jl AdlS2 

Fred y and Maria, and me. Prentiss. 1 P91F 
Frederick the Great and his court. Mundt. 

3 M92F 
Frederick the Great and his family. Mundt. 

3 M92Fr 
Free Joe, and other (Georgian sketches. Harris. 

1 H24F 
Freelances. Reid. 2 R27F 

Fiench country famUy. Witt. 4 W78 

Friend. Durand. 4 D93F 

Friend Frits. Erciunann arid Chatrian. 

4 Er2F 
Friend OUvia. Barr. 1 B27Fr 

Friends. Ward. 1 W2IF 

Friends and foes from fairy land. Hugessen. 

J2 H87F 
Friendship. Ram6. 2 R14Fr 

From an island. Ritchie. 2 R51Fr 

From different standpoints. Alden and Foster. 

1 A12Fr 
From dreams to waking. liinton. 2 Ij65F 

From exile. Payne, 2 P29Fr 



From generation to generation. Noel. 2 N68F 
From hand to hand. Frederich. 3 F87F 

From hand to mouth. Douglas. 1 D74Fr 

From jest to earnest Roe. 1 R622Fr 

From my youth up. Terhnne. 1 T27Fr 

From pole to pole. Stahles. J2 StlF 

From powder monkey to admiraL Kingston. 

J2 K614PO 

From the earth to the moon. Verne. 4 V59Fr 
From the wings. Buxton. 2 B984F 

Frozen hearts. Applcton. 2 Ap5F 

Fugitives. Oliphant. 2 013Fu 

Fulham Lawn, and other tales. Ritchie. 

2 R51Fu 



G 

G. T. T. (Gone to Texas.) Hale. 
Gahriel Conroy. Harte. 
Gahrielle. Durand. 
Gain of a loss. Piddington. 
Garden of women. Keddie. 
Gargrave mystery. Davidson. 
Garland for girls. Alcott. 
Garstang Grange. Trollope. 
Gascoyne. Ballantyne. 
Gates ajar. Ward. 
Gates between. Ward. 
Gavroche. Hugo. 
Gayworthys. Whitney. 



1 H13G 

1 H25G 
4 D93G 

2 P39G 
2 K23G 

2 D283G 
Jl AI12G 

2 T743G 

J2 B21G 
1 W21G 

1 W21Ga 
4 H87G 
1 W61G 



Gemma. Trollope. 2 T743Ge 

Genevieve. Lamartine. 4 Iil6G 

Gentleman and courtier. Ijean. 2 L47G 

Gentleman of leisure. Fawcett. 1 F28G 

Geoffrey Hampstead. Jarvis. 1 J29G 

Geoffrey Stirling. Hartley. 2 1I25G 

George Canterbury's will. Wood. 2 W85G 
George Geith of Fen Court. Riddell. 2 R431G 
Georgians. Hammond. 1 U18 

Geraldine Hawthorne. Butt. 2 B98G 

Gerda. Schwartz. 839.73 Sch9G 

German popular tales. Grimm. 3 G88 

Gertrude. Sewell. 2 Se8G 

Getting to be women. Klingle. Jl K68G 

Ghost-hunter and his family. Banim. 

2 B222G 
Ghost of Charlotte Gray. Lean. 2 I.47Gh 

Ghost's touch. Collins. in 2 C69G 

Giannetto. Majendie. 2 11128 

Giant dwarf. Willianis. Jl W67G 

Giant raft. Verne. 4 V59G 

Giant's robe. Guthrie. 2 G98G 

Gid Granger. Stoddard. Jl St62G 

Gideon Fleyce. Lucy. 2 li96G 

Gideon's rock, and other tales. Cooper. 

2 C78G 
GiAs of the child Christ, and other tales. Mac 
Donald. J2 M14T 

Gin^vra. Wallace. Jl W152G 

Gipsy. James. 2 J23G1 

Gipsy's prophecy. Sonthworth. 1 S08G 

Giraffe hunters, Reid* J2 R27G 



(79> 



Girl. 



FICTION, 



Harnr. 



Girl graduate. Woolley* 
Girl of the people. Smith. 
Girl of the period. Linton. 
Girton girL Edwards. 
Gladysy the reaper. Beale. 
Glimpse of the world. Sewell. 
Glorinda. Dodd. 
Glow-worm tales. 2 v. Payn. 
Goblin gold. Crommelin. 
Godolphin. Lytton. 
Goethe and Schiller. Mondt. 
Going South. Adams. 
Going West Adams. 
Gold and dross. Mayo. 



1 W88G 

2 Sm5G 
2 L65G 

2 £d92G 
2 B36G 
2 Se8Gl 

1 D66G 
2 P29G1 
2 C879G 

2 L09G 

3 M92G 
Jl AdlG4 

Jl AdlG 
2 M454G 



Gold and name. Schwartz. 
Gold brick. Stephens. 
Gold Elsie. John. 
Gold of Chickaree. Warner. 
Gold thread. Macleod. 



839.73 Sch9Go 

1 St8G 

3 J61G 

1 W244G 

J2 M22G 



Golden butterfly. Besant and Rice. 2 B46Go 
Golden calf. Maxwell. 2 M45G 

Golden days of '49. Mnnroe. Jl M92G 

Golden fetters. Lemon. 2 L54G 

Golden inheritance. Rockwell. 1 R59G 

Golden justice. Bishop. 1 B54G 

Golden land. Faijeon. J2 F22G 

Golden lion of Granpere. Trollope. 2 T74G 
Golden opportunities in Qvery day life. Metcalf* 

Jl M56G 
Golden-rod. Harrison. 1 H245G 

Golden sorrow. Hoey. 2 H67G 

Goldsmith's wife. Ainsworth. 2 AiOG 

<* Good-bye sweetheart Bronghton. 2 B796 
Good for nothing. Melyille. 2 M49Go 

Good old times. Ainsworth. 2 Ai6€rO 

Good old times. Kellogg. Jl K29G 

Good stories. Reade. 2 R22G 

Gorilla hunters. Ballantyne. J2 B21Go 

Gosau smithy, and other stories. Parr. 2 P241G 
Grace Lee. Kavanagh. 2 K17G 

Grandfather's chair. Hawthorne. 1 H31Gr 
Grandissimes. Cable. 1 CllG 

Grandmother Elsiei. Finley. Jl F49E8 

Grandmother l^ormaDdy. Denison. 1 D41G 
Grandpa's darlings. Alden. . Jl A12G 

Grange garden. Kingsley. 2 K612G 

Grantley Manor. Fnllerton. 2 F95G 

Granville de Vigne. Ram6. 2 R14G 

Grape from a thorn. Payn. 2 P29Gr 

Graveyard flower. Hillern. 3 H55G 

Gray champion, and other stories. Hawthorne. 

1 H31G 

Graziella. Lamartine. 4 L16 

Great emergency. Ewing. J2 Ew5G 

Great expectations. Dickens. 2 D55G 

— Same, 2 D55G2 

— SaTM. in 2 D55T2 
Great Grenfell gardens. Buxton. 2 B984G 
Great Hoggarty diamond. Thackeray. 2 T32G 

— Scone. in 2 T32M 
Great match. Smith. 1 Sm6G 



Great Mill Street mystery. Sergeant. 2 Se6G 
Great treason. 2 v. Hoppns. 2 U77 

Great war syndicate. Stockton. 1 8t6G 

Greatest heireBs in England. Oliphant. 2 013G 
Green gate. Wichert. 3 W63G 

Green mountain boys. Thompson. 1 T3726 
Green pastures and Piccadilly. Black. 2 B56G 
Green pleasure and grey grief . Argles. 2 Ar3G 
Greifenstein. Crawford. 1 C856 

Gretchen. Holmes. 1 H73G 

Grettir, the outlaw. Gonld. 2 G73Gr 

Grifllth Gaunt. Reade. 2 R22Gr 

Guardian angeL Holmes. 1 H733G 

Guenn. Howard. 1 H83G 

Gaerndale. Stimson. 1 St5G 

Guernsey Lily. Woolsey. Jl W88G 

Guild Ck>urt. MacDonald. 2 M14G 

Gnilderoy. Ram6. 2 R14Go 

Gnilt and innocence. Schwartz. 839.73 Sch96o 
Guilty river. Collins. 2 C69G 

Gunnar. Boyesen. 1 B69G 

GuyDeverelL Le Fann. 2 L52G 

Gny Earlsoourt's wife. Fleming. 1 F62G 

GuyFawkes. Ainsworth. 2 AiOGo 

Gay Livingstone. Lawrence. 2 L43G 

Gay Mannering. Scott 2 Sco8G 

Gay Rivers. Simms. 1 8i4G 

— ^me. 1 8i4G2 

Gay's marriage. Durand. 4 D93Go 

GwenWynn. Held. 2 R27Gw 

Gwendoline's harvest Payn. 2 P20Gw 

H 

H— family. Bremer. in 839.73 B75D 

Habermeister. Schmid. 3 Sch5 

Hagarene. Lawrence. 2 L43H 

Haifa million of money. 2 v. Edwards. 

2 £d9H 
Hall in the grove. Alden. Jl AI2H 

Halves. Payn. 2 P29H 

Hammer. Chnrch and Seeley. 2 C47H 

Hammersmith. Severance. 1 Se8H 

Hampdens. Martineaa. 2 M36H 

Hand and glove. Edwards. 2 Ed9Ua 

Hand of Ethelberta. Hardy. 2 H22H 

Handicapped. Terhnne. I T27H 

Handle. Abbott. J I Ab2Ra 

Hannah. Craik. 2 C84U 

Hannah Thurston. Taylor. 1 T21U 

HansBrinker. Dodge. Jl D66U 

Happy boy. BJttrnson. 839.83 B52H 

Happy-go-lucky. Harris. 1 H243H 

Hard cash. Reade. 2 R22H 

Hard maple. Warner. Jl W2i4£3 

Hard*Scrabble of Elm Island. Kellogg. 

Jl K39E6 
Hard to bear. Craik. {In Two tales of married 
life.) 2 C842TW 

Hardy Norseman. Bayly. 2 B34H 

Harold. Lytton. 2 L99H 

Harry BkHmt Hamerton. J2 HITH 



m 



2 §in3H 
2 TT4n 

2 OI3II 

3 L.57U 
Z HS4H 

2 1^03U 
2 StZll 
2 MTU 

ji Adiwe 

1 (t4H 

in 2 LD08 

(n 3 ArSLd 

Z H34U 

I So»4II 

2 P14H 

3 F33H 
1 B93U 

unssu 

Cndlip. 2 C80U 
Roe. I R633H 



llMrrrCovenUe'scoortdiip. Sniedley. 

llBrTTHeiathcotaofOBiigoU. Trollope. 

Hbttt JoscelTK. OUpkant. 

Harry Lorreqner. Lever, 

Uarrr BIchzootkL Hereditk. 

Uiirias Muturiu. Lerter. 

Ilarictil. Stannard, 

Hardest of vrili oats. Lean. 

Unslu BudiTBsU. Adunis. 

Hankled Ajjutnot. (juinry 

IlaantcdaDil tholiauiilprs. Iiytlon< 

Saantcd chamber. Argle*! 

Hannted fountain. JHacqnold, 

IlaDiitcd homeatead. Sonthivortb. 

Uauiitiii;.^. I'aiH'l. 

Ilaule uotilcese. ^'t^iin. 

llawortU's. Burnet I. 

Uiisardof newfurtuiiK. Howell*. 

*" lie coTOPthaoti'sheaaid. 

He f eU In lore with his wife. 

He knew he waa Tight. 3t. Trollope. 2 TT4Ue 

He that will not when he may. Oliphant. 

2 OI3He 
Head of Hedun. Fletcher. 1 F63H 

Head of the bmUr. Craik. 3 C84nd 

Head ■latl<Hi. Praed. 3 PaSH 

Headloag Hall, and Nightmare Abbey. Peacock. 
2 P3I 

1 C78H 

2 FS3U 

2 CeOHa 

3 SmSH 

3 ScoSH 
1 F53H 

2 VSH 
J2 8h3H 
2 M453U 

4 T59H 
JI AI3A3 

1 W2IH 

2 R29H 

1 CTSHo 

1 F82H 

2 Y8He 

2 L4THp 

HeiivH. Stcphciia. I St4U 

Helrets of Eaughton. Marsh-Caldwell. 

2 III33H 
B£Hb BndenifT. Morton. 3 M84U 

Helen Oardner^ wedding-day. Terknne. 

1 T37Ue 
Helen Whltoey'i wedding, and other stories. 
Wood. 2 W83He 

IIelL'D'*s babies. Habbeiton. 1 UIIU 

II«lpio)C lmus«lf. Alfer. Jl AI3A4 

Uendrick<.,tba!iimtir. Kincatoo. J2 K014H 
Uenrirtln Torii])lc, Ilcaiohslield. 2 B35U 
Henry Donbar. Maiwell. 2 X45He 

Henry Vin. and his coiirL Hnndt. 3 M93U 
Henry Eamond. Thackeray. 3 T32I1 

-Same. 3 T32H3 

{9J191) ~" V 



Ilealt^y. FolhcrKili 
Heart and Bcienra. CulUoi. 
Heartof j;oli1. Kmilli. 
Heart of Miil-LoUnnn. Bcotl. 
Heart of ileeL Fisher. 
lIeart!iL-afte. TouBe. 



U<-< 



ShiK 



Hector O'Halloran. Haiwell. 
Hector Servadoc. Verne. 
lU-vIor^s iuiii'ritJinPB. Alger. 
Hedged hi. Ward. 
Bedrl. Reeres. 
Ileidonmaavr Cooper. 
Heir <a Charlton. Ptoming. 
Beir of BeddySe. Yonge. 



Uephzibah Oulnneo. Mitchell. 
Her father's name. Lean. 
Her flrEt appearance. Arglei. 
Her lord and master. Lean. 
Her WBjeity, tlin (jmi-n. Cooke. 
Her olijis^t in li f e. Mayo. 
Her title o( huiiimr. Parr. 
Her ^V[L>^lul1]^n^ aeasuu. Lincoln. 
Hcr-wook'samiiseniopt. Argles. 
Her world ii^-ninst a lie. Lean. 
IInrbertCar1i'r'sJt;;!i(iy. Alger, 
llcreivard tlieWake. Kiagsley. 
lIcrlo:'s choice, t'nrty. 
llcritiige of lliidlow JInrsh. Harle. 
Uennann Agha. Falgrare. 
Hermia SuyiiLin. Atherton. 
Hero, Slid otlicr stories. Cralk. 
Hero Cartbew. ' Parr. 
He ro Trey elyan. C raik. 
Herr Paulue. Bcsaiit. 
HrM«T Olipliaot. 
Heater Hepworth. Woods. 
Hester Stanley at ~ "' 



3 T32H3 
2 T32U4 

1 Ma92U 
2 L47Hf 

2 Ar3Hf 

3 L47He 

1 cnn 

3 M454H 
3 P2tU 

1 1.63 

2 ArSHo 

2 L47HI 
Jl AI3L8 

2 K«IU 

3 cisn 

I H35U 

2 PIT 

1 AUH 

3 CSiHe 
a P241H 

2 C842He 

2 B4eH 

3 OI3Hs 

1 wseaH 



Harfca. Spoflbrd. 

Jl SpeH 

Hetty's revenge. Macqnold. in 2 M34H 

Hidden foe. Uenly. 3 H39H 

Hidden path. Terbnne. I T37H1 

Hidden tri^siire, DenUon. 1 D41Ht 

Hidcaiiil».«lc Collino. 3 C8BH 

High Mills. Cooper. 3 CTSHl 

HlghMrii Payn. 2 P20Ui 

Higher than tJie church. UUIem. 3 HASH 
Hilary Bt.IvL'b. Alnsworth. 2 AieH 

Uill»l)rtllBShut4<lDU^^. Warner. 1 W244H 
Uillranandtlie Burtons. Kingsley. 3 Kei3K 
Bis level beet llalG. I BI3U 

BlsUtttejnotiier. Cralk. 2 C84BI 

His (uaiestj, myself. Baker. 1 B17H 

His one fault Trowbridgp. Jl TTIlTft 

His o«ii master. Trowbridge. Jl T75S3 

HisBumbrorivivls. Roe. 1 R622ni 

His triumph. Denlson. I D41H 

HU two wives. Hudson. 1 B86H 

History UHila'ivuutun.'sofJcisephAndpBwa Field* 
Ing. 3 F4eH 

Uisloryof Gutta-ri;i\lm Willie. Mailloiiiiid. 

J3 'H14H 
History of Samuel Titmarsh. Thackeray. 

in 3 T33G 
History of Sandford and Herton. Day. J3 D33 
History of tUi'C'alipli \'athek. Beckford. 2 B3R 
Hlthenwa Mlto. Notl. 3 NMU 

Hitherto. Whitney. 1 W«1H 

Holidays at home. Janvier. Jl J36H 

Holidays at Eoaelands. Flnley. Jl F4BE3 
HolmbyHocBs. Melville. 3 M4»H 

Hombarg beuutv. Kennard. 3 K3SH 

Home. Bremer. 839.73 B7SU 



Home agi^. HacDonBld. 3 Hl-IU 

Home BB f oimd. C'craper. 1 CTOHf 

Home at Qrejiock. PrentUa. t POIH 

Home fairy tales. Hac^. J4 MISH 

Home influence. Agnilar. 3 ArOH 

Home Xiuik. Douslit^. 1 D74II 

Home nf Fi.-s«lf. iinon. S H73 

Home Bcenoa. At^allar. 3 AgOHo 

Uomertorice. Uavcn. Jl II29U 

Ilamespan stories. MoncrlelT. J3 9174 

Homespun fams. Whitner< 1 WOIHo 

Homestead on the hillside. Holmes. 1 H73H 
Homeward bound. Cooper. I C7SHm 

Homo sum. Bbera. 3 Eb3H 

Honda, the Somumi. Giiffis. 1 <>fl7 

Iluiionibli! [-iirr(.>m)i'r. Adams. 1 AdIH 

IlniiimrableMrs. Vereker. Argies. 2 Ar3H 

— Same. 2 ArSHZ 
Hoosler schoolboy. Egf lesion. Jl Eg3H 
Hoofilcr ii('huut-[iuut''r. Flgt'lcsluo* 1 EsSUo 
Hope and have. Adum--, Jl AdlW5 
Hope Meredith. Stephenson. 2 814 1 H 
Hope Mills. Itouelu*. 1 DT4Ho 
Hopcli!H<iuiK. rawcett. I F38H 
llopcsAndfi^anL Yonte. 3 YSHo 
lloniee Teropletoti. Lever, 3 LS7Ho 
Hi><pllHl£katcb(s. Alcott. I AI12H 
IlMtngFstofortuDev Slaiwell. 3 n45Ho 
Jlot plowshnn*. Tourgfe. 1 T64H 
HululduPelitSL J^ifUL Drmpoter. 2 D391H 
Hour and Umnutn. BfartiDGau. 3 MSSHo 
HoDTwiUnmie. Hillern. 3 HSSHo 
Honse at High Bridge. Fawcett. I PSflHo 
Hoaw by the Works. Mayo. 3 H454Ho 
Uonseot a morcbaot prince. Bishop. I B54H 
HooMi or UaltiwelL Wood. 3 W85IU 
Ilonse of Penarnui. Sandean. in 3 FS9U 
Honse of the seven gables. Hawthorne. 

1 H3IH 

— Same. I H3III2 
House of the wolf. Werman. 3 WS4H 
HoDseof Walderne. Cralce. 3 C844H 
House on the acor. Thomas. 2 T3fiH 
House party. Rantti. 3 R14Ho 
Hoosehold of Olen Holly. LilUe. Jl L63H 
Honsehold of HcNeiL Balr. 1 B27H 
Uoasehold of Sir Thos. More. HsnntoK. 

2 0I3IU 
Honn^hold puzzler Alden. 1 AI3Ha 
How Ik busbuuU rtir^-avi.'. J'HWtntt. 1 F28IIw 
HowcamebedtwL' .niUluy. 3 JI7311 
How could ho help It! Roe. I R03U 
Uowbewmber, Soatkworth. I &08H0 
How they kept the faith. Rarmond. 1 R31 
H9W they leanted housework. Goodwin. 

Jl GOSH 
How th^ lored bim. Lean. 2 I.47HO 

How they wentto Europe. Lothrop. J I 1.9111 
Uowtodoit. Unnninx. Jl I>»3Ho 

Howling WoU and Ids ttick-pimy. Champner. 

Jl £3511 



Iloberl. Abbolt. Jl AbSJu 

Hugh Wortbington. Holmes. 1 iI73Uu 

Hngnenot family. Keddie. X K33H 

Rolda. SlabT. 3 StlH 

HnldahBraut'BwUI. Robbius. 1 R531I 

HumbioromauLL>. WllkluH. I weiH 

lliiiniilirfyCUukcr. Smollett. 3 Sm7 
lIUiK'lii>Hlk(>rNutroDa:ne. Hugo. 4 H871I 

Hnndredth man. Stockton. I Sl«H 

Unngarian brothers. Porter. 3 P83S 

— Same. in 3 P83S 
Hunter cate of Counorloa. Jackson. J I J12J 
IIuilli>r'slVn..,t. Reid. J2 R27nH 

Humeri of Itji'Omrk. Ellis. Jl EI5D 

Hurrlsh. Lawless. 3 L43H 

HusbandH and homes. Tcrhnne. I T27Ha 

HrpatlB. KingKley. 2 KftlHy 

Hrperion. Longletlow. I I.86H 

I 

I have lived and loved. Bridge*. 2 B76I 

"I say no." Collins. 3 C6»l 

Ice queen. Ingersoll. J I Ib4 

[dalla. Ram«. 3 R14I 

[daline. Denison. I U4II 

Idt'al fanntic. Piirch. 1 P82 

yus, lui't IMirliHits. Hale. 1 HI3I 

'1 !t. Bilker Jl B17I 

pcndiiiL'i-wonl. Vales. 2 Y2I 

a t■^;l^a'ClmlIl^f . Cameron. 3 C14I 

a winter city. Ram«. 2 R141n 

bUck and gold. Wright, I W»3I 

[n black and nhlte. Kipling, 3 K63I 

■hango uucbftngwl. Villiiri. 2 V71 

lOirsaniUiut. Adams. Jl Adll 

[d durance vile. Aisles. 2 Ar3I 

:n exchange fur a eouL Linsklll. 3 L649I 

[n foiu- reigns. Marsfaall, X H35I 

oikj'ii'u I'Uii^. ilfiitv. J2 H3DI 

:n God's country. IIJ^')H'>-. 1 U93I 

d*ai\u7 ltt<iru«>ii. 839.83 B531 

<at waters. .Iliuivi'll. 3 H45I 

In her earli(«.t youth. Praser. 3 F80I 

Blaoanie. Uule. 1 HISIn 

U'isIt'i'H tinii'S. Brooks. 1 B7V 

!n Man!r.].'iia. Iliimi>. 3 RI4Im 

In No-Mon'it himl Brooks. J I B79 

Oil) Virginia. Page. I P14I 

iwrii mill (irivaUoti. Payn. 3 P291 

pursuit »f liappiuttE. TolsUtl. 891.73 T&8I 

B school and out. Ailnmii. Jl AdlW3 

In silk attire. UlRvk. 3 BftOln 

IntbatEtutaofilfu. Ald<>. 2 Ai3l 

tbo Cariiuiii(>z tvunLi. Ilarlc. I llSfil 

the diH'riu;;'iip liu.ciii"«. I«e. 1 LSII 

thocityof flowi'i^ .>liir>lLiili. 2 Ji3Slc 

[u the elands. JMnrfree. I MMI 

the dashing days of old. Stables. J3 Sill 

the days of my youth. Edwards, 3 Ed9l 

In the distance. Lathrop. I L341 



1b the MBt OMmtrr with Sir 1 

Marshal 1. 
In the goldon days. Bayly* 
rHV". 



IB Browne, Kt. 
3 M35Ie 
3 B34I 
3 P39In 



In the heart of tlw Btorm. GreriP«ewI. 2 G841I 
In the otden time. Roberta. 3 RMI 

In the ranka. Donglas. J I D74KS 

lu the Reign o( Terra-. H«ntr* J3 I1391n 

In the Si'liilimeK-niirt. John. 3 Jttll 

In 1^ Temwoee moiuitaiii& Hntftee. 

1 n94In 
In the Tsll^. Frederic. 1 P8TI 

In the vallej of Havilah. Clark. 1 C5431 

In the world. Darlius. Jl D»tl 

In tniat. Doaslaa. 1 DT4I 

In touat OUphanl. 2 013In 

In war time. Mitchell. 1 916921 

In war Umee at La Ruaa Blanche. Darig, I D29I 
India ; the pearl of Pearl River. Sonlhworth. 

1 SoSI 
ladian rammer. Howella. 
Jndiann. Dadiivant. 



Inez. WUmio. 
JofeUce. Wilwa. 
logo. Frerdig. 
InKraban, Fre ytagt 
Inberllanci!. Ferric r. 
Inttliils. TautptiaeDK. 
Inoer House. n<'!iHDt, 
Innocfiat, Oljphiiiit. 
Inside i a chranicle ot aeccsicm. 



4 D86I 

I WOM 

I W09In 

3 FS»I 

3 FSDIa 

tn 2 F4IIII2 

3 Tl&I 

3 B4SI 

3 0131 

Bnker. 

1 Bin 
Inlemntlonal episode. Jamea. 1 J331 

Interrupted. Aldea. 1 AI3I 

Introdnced to ndety. Ald^. 3 A13In 

UraaloD, Griffin. 2 G871 

InTasiou ot Prance in 1BI4. Erckmann and 
Chalriaa. 4 Er3I 

Involunliiry vojagi'. Binrt. 4 B4'n 

JoDG. Llulon. 2 LeSI 

Irithoooiln. av. Herring and Ross. 2 H43I 
IshePoi^ienJo;') Trollope. 2 T74I 

Isittroet Cnlk. J2 Ctt4I 

IsthataUt Preston. 1 Fft3I 

Maxwell. 2 n45Is 

Sonthworth. I SoSIs 

Island or. An adveutare of aperaon of quality. 
Wfaiteins. 3 W5S3I 

bland pearL Farieon* 2 F332I 

hlRsnftliPaea. Adninx. Jl AdlYol2 

luuel Mart, overman. Sanndera. 2 SaSI 

II h^ipened this way. Eytinge and Fisher. 

1 EvSl 
It iineTer too late to mend. Rende. 2 R23I 
ItwasaloTerandhiBlBB. OUphant. 3 013It 
lUliani. Elliot. 3 EI4 

Ivan de ISiron. ilelpi^. X HSAI 

Icanho*!. 8i'on. 3 8co8I 

iTwa. Be well. 3 Se8I 

fn2 B35 



Jack. Daudet. 4 D38J 

JackandJlU. Alcott. Jl A113J 

Jack Qonlon, knight-errant, Gotham, 1«J3. Hud- 
son. 1 US63J 
JackHaU. Granl. Jl G76J 
Jack Hazard. Trowbridge. Jl T7SJ 
JackHluton. Lever. 2 LSTJ 
Jack Horner. Tioman. 1 T44J 
JnckiriUu-bUHh. '(inint. Jl G7eJa 
Jnckanapt's. Euiui:. J3 EwSJ 
Jack's Lxiurtahiii. Runs^II. 3 RVIJ 
Jack's ward. Aleer. Jl AI3B2 
Jucoli Faithful. Marrrul. 2 1I34J 
Jarqnes Ihinnxville. Manning. 2 M31J 
James Bralthwait«. Klnftiton. J2 K014J 
James Mtmtjoy. Roe. I RflXJ 
Jan of the windmill Ewing, J3 EwftJa 
Jan \'4>il(lur'H v.ilv. Barr. 1 B3T 
Jauc Eyn. >')<:bulls. . 2 NSIJ 
Janet's liouw. Kcnry. 3 K17J 
J nphet In Hi&rdi of a father. Marrrat. 2 M34Ja 
Jean ie's quiet Ufa 3^lFpbenM)n, 3 St4IJ 
Junnic oltheFriDtn's. Buxton. 3 Be84J 
Jenur Jiuardiiuin. Deuison. 1 D41J 
Jerry, and otlier stoiiea. Armies. 3 Ai3J 
Jess. Ilnggard 2 HI2J 
JeABamint. Terhnne. 1 T37J 
Jvsk1c*.« trini. Farieon, 3 F322J 
Jet. EdH-ard*. 2 Ed»3J 
Jew. Kra^zeu'ski. 8»l.e6 KM 
Jews of finniuu- Franzo<!. 3 P8SJ 
Jezebel's daughter. Collins. 3 Ce9J 
Jezebel's friends. Rnssell. 3 R912J 
Jill. Ilillwyu. 3 D58 
JiminviuhiiK. Diaz. Jl D54J 
Jimmy's cruise in the Pinafore. Alcott. 

Jl AII2J1 

Joan. BronKhton. 2 BTBJ 

JoanMtn7ntiilh.T. Cooper. 3 C78J 

Joan, the maid. Charles. 2 C38J 

Jfian Wentworth. Macqnoid. 2 M34J 

Joe Bendy, naval cadet. Clnrk. Jl CS4J 

Joe's luck. Alger. Jl A13J 

John Brent. Wlnthrop. 1 W73J 

Johnl'aliligaU'- ;i v. Ttollope. 3 TT4J 

John D.iiiu, Ui'nisoo. 1 U41Jo 

John liorrit'ii. Kavana^h. 3 K17J 

JohnEax. Toars^r.. I T«4J 

John ^iiiarrey-B rortunts. Taylor. 1 T31J 

John Oodsoe's legacy. KellOBs. Jl K29PII 

John Halifax, gentleman. Craik. 2 C84J 

John Herring. Gould. 3 G73J 

John Ingleeont. Sfaorthonae. 2 8h8J 

John .k'nnic lni:t-luH'. 3 ln4J 

John Ijiw Ain<<u'orlh. 3 Ai6Jo 
John Mari'limont's legacy. Maxwell. 3 M45J 

John»[iicerlectun». IHax. Jl DS4Jo 

John Sbuidijib. Gilliat. 3 G4I 

John Wnnl.prtaclier. Deland. 1 D37J 

John Winter. Mayo. ^ 2 M4MJ 



Johnny* 



FICTION. 



L^Ua. 



Johnny Ludlow. Wood* 
Jolly fellowship. Stockton* 
Jolly roTer. Trowbridge* 
Jonathan* Tytler* 
Jojost ATelingh. Maartens* 



2 W85J 

Jl St6J 

Jl T75S6 

2 T992 

839.33 Mil J 



NoTX. Same m Sin of Jooat Arelingh. 

Jo'sbojB. Alcott. Jl A112JO 

Jo's opportunity. liillie* Jl I<62J 

Joseph and his friend. Taylor* 1 T21Jo 

Joseph Andrews. Fielding* 2 F46II 

Joseph NoirePs revenge. Cherbnliez* 4 €42!^ 
Joseph U. and his court. Mnndt* 3 M92J 

Joshaa. Ebers. 3 Eb3J 

Joshua Davidson. Linton* 2 L65J 

Joshna Haggard's daughter. Maxwell* 2 M45Jo 
JoshnaMarveL Faijeon* 2 F222Jo 

Journal of a home life. Sewell* 2 8e8J 

Journey to the centre of the earth. Verne* 4 V59J 
Jnan and Juanita. Belger* Jl B41 

Juancho* Gautier* . 4 G23J 

Judge Bumham's daughters. Alden* 1 A12J 
Judith* Terhune* 1 T27Ju 

Judith Shakspeare. Black* 2 B56J 

Julia Ried. Alden* 1 A12Ju 

Julian* Ware* 1 W22J 

Julian Home. Farrar* J2 F24J 

Julius* Alger* Jl Ai3T5 

June* Bridges* 2 BTGJ 

Juno and Georgie. Abbott* Jl Ab2Ju2 

Juno on a journey. Abbott* Jl Ab2Ju3 

Jupiter lights. Woolson* 1 W883J 

Jupiter's daughters. Jenkin* 2 J41J 

Jury-room, and other tales. Griffin* 2 G87J 
Just as I am. Maxwell* 2 M45Ju 



Kaloolah* Mayo* 1 M45 

KateDanton. Fleming* 1 F62K 

Kate O'Donoghue. liCTer* 2 1.57K 

Katerfelto, a story of Ezmoor. Melville* 

2 M49Ka 

Katharine Ashton. Sewell* 2 8e8K 

Katharine Regina. Besant* 2 B46K 

Katharine Walton. Sinuns* 1 Si4K 

— Same, 1 Si4K2 

Katherine's trial Parr* 2 P24K 

Kathic's Aunt Ruth. Douglas* Jl D74K2 
Kathic's harvest days. Douglas* Jl D74KG 
Kathie's soldiers. Douglas* Jl D74K4 

Kathie's smnmer at Cedarwood. Douglas* 

Jl D74K3 

Kathie's three wishes. Douglas* Jl D74K 

Kathleen Kihnaine. Beytagh* 2 B406K 

Katy of Catoctin. Townsend* 1 TOOK 

Kavanagh* Longfellow* 1 L86K 

Keeper of the keys. Robinson* 2 R56K 

KellysandtheO'Kellys. Trollope* 2 T74K 

Kelp-gatherers* Trowbridge* Jl T75St3 

Kenelm Chillingly. Lytton* 2 L99K 

Kenil worth* Scott* 2 Sco8K 

Kept from idols. Denison* 1 D41K 



Kestell of Oreystone. Stuart* 
Kidnapped* Stevenson* 
Kilburns* Cudlip* 
Kilmeny. Black* 
Kiirogan Cottage. Despard* 
Kindling wood Jimmy. Rand* 
King Arthur. Craik* 
King of Folly Island. Jewett* 
King of No-land. Faijeon* 



2 8t9R 

2 St42K 

2 C89K 

2 B56K 

1 D46K 
Jl R15K 

2 C84K 
1 J55K 

2 F222K 



King of the Golden River. Ruskin* 2 R89 

King Solomon^s mines. Haggard* 2 II12K 

Kingdom of coins. Gilman* Jl G422 

King's daughter. Alden* 1 A12K 

Kings in exile. Daudet* 4 D26K 

King's men. Grant, and others. 1 G76K 

King's own. Marryat* 2 M34K 

Kirsteen. Oliphant* 2 013K 

Kismet* Fletcher* 1 F63K 

KitandKiUy. Blackmore. 2 B563K 

KitWyndham. Barrett. 2 B269K 

Kith and kin. Fothergiil* 2 F82K 

Kitty's conquest. King* 1 K58K 

Klosterheim. De Quincey. 2 D44 

Knave of hearts. Grant. 1 G76Kn 

Knight-errant* Bayly. 2 B34K 

Knight of Gwynn. Lever. 2 L57Kn 
Knight of the nineteenth century. Roe* 

1 R622K 

Knights of to-day. Barnard* 1 B25 

Knitters in the sun. French* 1 F882K 

Kophetua, the thirteenth. Corbett* 2 C81K 



Labour stands on golden feet. Zschokke* J3 Z8 

Ladies Lindores. Oliphant* 2 013L 

Lady Adelaide's oath. Wood* 2 W85L 

Lady Alice. Marshall* 2 M35L 

Lady Anna. Trollope* 2 T74L 

Lady Audley^s secret. Maxwell* 2 M45L 

Lady Baby. Gerard. 2 G31L 

Lady Bell. Keddie. 1 K23L 

Lady-bird. Fullerton* 2 F95L 

Lady Branksmere. Argles* 2 Ar3La 

"Same. in 2 Ar3F2 

Lady Car. Oliphant* 2 013La 

LadyEgeria. Harwood* 2 H26Lf 

Lady Hester. Yonge* 2 Y8L 

— Same. 2 Y8L2 

Lady Maud. Russell* 2 R91L 

Lady Maude's mania. Fenn* 2 F35L 

LadyMerton. lie y wood* 2 H51L 

Lady of the Aroostook. IIo wells* 1 H833L 

Lady of the ice. De Mille* 1 D39L 

Lady of the isle. South worth* 1 So8L 

Lady, or the tiger? Stockton* 1 St6L 
Lady Silverdale's sweetheart. Black* 2 B56L 
Lady Valworth^s diamonds. Argles* 2 ArSLd 

Lady with the rubies. John* 3 J61L 

Lady's mile. Maxwell* 2 M45La 

Laird of Norlaw. Oliphant* 2 013Ld 

Lajla* Friis. 839*83 F9I 



m 



Z>Mke breeiea. Adamii. 
Labevillu. Iligot, 
Lai, Hmnmond. 
Lainenl o( Uiviv. B«Miit, 
Lamplighter. i:uiii 



II AdlG3 

1 B48L 
1 H163L 

2 )B46L 
CBIL 



Lancashire witclies, Alnsworth. 2 AiaL 

I.and»tlMt. Yates. 2 V3L 

Land o' the leaL RecTei. 3 RS5L 

hnnd at tbe Ay. FUker. 1 FSSL 

Landolin. Anerbach. 3 Ab3L 

Laodicean. Hardy. 2 H33L 

LapMid but not loat Cbaf lea. 3 C3HI. 

Lascine. Yoangmon. 3 V83 
Laat chronicle of Bonet S v. Trollope. 

2 TT4La 

Lait dA^B "' ^ k^l^S' Hartioann. 3 H35 

Lart dAjB of PotapeU. Lrlloa. 3 LML 

LastbbTtKlM. lAboaloTC. ' J* LllL 

■.oitlove. Ohnet. 4 Oh4L 

Lul of tbe barmu. Lyttoa. 2 LSSLa 

Lartofthei'HViilipn;. fiddhigton. 2 F5SL 

Loal of the M n.' A 1 listers. Burr. I B2TL 

Last of the Mobicnus. Cooper. I CT8L 

Last of the MortlmerB. OUphaut. 2 OlSLf 

I^le Mrs NulL Stockton. 1 St6La 

Laarelbmh. Craib. 2 C84L 

Lanrentfa. Fallerton. 3 P95La 

LaTCBKro. Bbrrow. 2 BML 

Lawandtheladj. Csllini. 3 CS9L 
Lawrence'! adrentaree. Trowbridge* 

J I TTSJS 

Lawtoaglrl. Frederic, 1 F8TL 

Lbzi' man's work. Sparhawk. 1 Bp2L 

Leaden (asket. Ilnnt. l H91 

Leaf in tbe storm. Ram€. 2 R14L 

Leafof kurel. Xilea. Jl A19ZF4 

LcH^tienir LnUioiii. Alnsworth. 3 AlSLe 

Leah. Edwards. 2 Ed92L 

Leak of Jenualeco. Berry. 1 B45L 

Left hehiHii. Kuler. Jl K12L 

Left in the wildBmustt. Roe. Jl Re2L 

lieft MI Labrador Stephen*. Jl 8t4C2 

Legend ofMnntrnv Scott. in 2 Sco8BI 
Legend of TbuTiian Diil>Ttms. Clarke. 1 C5S 

Lelghton Court. Kingilcy. 2 K613L 

Leila. Lyttou, 2 LMLe 

•LeaaRiTsrs. Holmes. 1 H73L 

LeoD PoDtitei. Greene. I €;83L 

I^oDora L'RKiIoui. Trollope. 2 T743Le 

Leslie TyrreU. Craik. 2 CM2L 

Less black than we're painted. Fayn. 3 P20L 
l.eMail in love. Kirk. I K63L 

Letter ot credit. Warner. 1 W244L 

Letters from A cnl. Jnrkscm. Jl J12L 

LetllMg don-n tbe bni>. Uiiiinini:. Jl DB2L 
Lewi* Aniuili'l. Smcdk) 2 8m3L 

Leyton Hall, and other tales. Lemon. 

3 L54L 

Ufeandadvemtaraofacouiitrymerchant. Jones, 

I J72 



Life and opiuimu of THftram Shandy. Sterae. 

2 SI4L 
Lire and times of Jenu. Clarke. I CM 

NoTL BuiH u l«veDd of TtHnyH Dtdyniiu. 

Lireataeo. Stables. J2 StlL 

Life (or a lire. Craik. 3 C84Li 

Life guanLiiium. U'ulmfilFV. 3 WISL 

Life interest Hector. 3 HSSL 

Life ientence. Sergeant. 2 SeSL 

Life's aftermath. Harshall. 2 MSSLI 

Llfb'R Umg battle won. Mayo. 2 fli4ML 

Life's remurs-t. Arglrit. 3 Ar3Ll 

Llfe'sBBcrat. Wood, 2 WS5LI 

Lifted velL Cross, in 3 C88SI3 

Light of her countenance. Boyesen. 1 B69L 
Light that failail. KlpUng. 2 K«2L 

Like a gentleman, anon. 1 L833 

Like and unUke. Haiwell. 2 M4SLi 

Like father, like 9tm. Payn. 2 F30U 

Like unl« like. McDowell. 1 »14L 

Lilieitofthe vnlkv. I'ullrrtun. 3 FSftLi 

Lily and the bee. Warren. 2 W2SL 

Lily and the crew. De Mllie. 1 DSVLI 

Lily of the vaUey. Balzac. 4 B31L 

Llnwoods. Sedgwick. I Be2L 

Lion Ben. Kell<«g. Jl K29B 

Lion of St. Mark. Henly. J3 H30L 

Lion of the North. Hcnty. J3 H39L1 

I.ioui'l l.uiL'oiii. Cooper. 1 CTSLt 

Llltle Bobtail. Adams, Jl AdlY 

Little book of profllable tales. Field. I F4S 
Little BrowD-Top. Rand. Jl RI9S3 

Little Buttons, Osborne. In Jl OslC 

LitllebrUttle. Adams. Jl AdlBce 

Little L'Ani[i AVanier. Jl W344L1 

Little (:b.iti^>l:uni' Di'sarl. 3 IMSL 

Little country girL Wooiaey. Jl WeSL 

Little Dorrit. Dickens. 2 DftSL 

Little ashera and their nets. Alden. Jl AISLi 
Little Qood-foi^nothlng. Dandet, 4 D36Li 
Little HanH. Hoffman, J3 H8T 

Little helpers. Janrler. Jl J36Li 

Ltttle journey in the world. Warner. 1 W242L 
Little lame pntue, Cruili. J2 CML 

Little Lord Fauutltroy. Buraett. Jl BB3L 
Little umsttT Trowbridg*^. Jl T75T4 

Little match pri, Auderxen. J839.83 An3L 
Llltle men. Alcolt, Jl AI12L 

Little moorland priui-esB. John. 3 JSILI 

Little FoUy Qlatcblej. Sparhawk. Jl 8p3Lt 
Little ruggj Willow. Slowe. Jl StTL 

LittleSaintEliB^tb, and other storiee. Bnmett, 
J I B93L1 
Little schoolmaster Hark. Shortbonse. 2 ShSL 
Little st<^p»m. Lean. 3 L4TL 

LittU Sum^liiiJL<'s lioliday. Craik. J3 C84Li 
Little Venice, and other stories. Litchfield. 

1 L7IL 
Little women. Alcott. Jl A113L1 

Live oak boys. Kelli^g. Jl KltWi* 

LlTingUnk. De Mille. 1 D39U 



LiTlBf too fast Adavs. J I AdlLl 

IJxB. Tureenirr. 801.73 TML 

Llxsie Leigh, and oUjer takfi. Gaahell. 3 G21I. 
Llazle r^rtJin at OrejriKB, Lintoa. 2 L65L 
I^b Lie-by-tho-flre. Ewinc J2 Ew5L 

Loli, the wjtch. Gaskell. 3 G21Lo 

Loin. Griffiths. Z (-873 

London roouuice. Rosa. 2 R73IL 

Long ago. Cragiu. 1 CS4 

Long exile, and other ■toiieatorcliildren. Tolsl6l. 
jeSl.TS T58L 
Long look ahead. Roe. 1 ROSLo 

Longu-lrk. Smart. 3 SmSL 

Looking bat'kwanl. Bellamy. 1 B41L 

Lord Brni.-ki'[iburj-. Edwaida. 2 EdBLo 

Lord ErlistouQ. Crallf. 2 C84Lo 

Lord Fairfax. Cooke. 1 CT7L 

LordHop.SHLbid.¥. Supluins. 1 8HL 

Lord Kiigobljln. I.rver. 2 L»7Lo 

Lord Mnyorut Uiiuluji Ainaworlb. 2 AiBLo 
Lord Oakburn'B daughters. Wood. 3 W85Lo 
Lon-nni Eenoni. Rufflni. 2 R83Lo 

iMTUH Douuu. Blackmore. 3 B563L 

LoM Ccrriti.« Alherlou. ■ At4L 

Lott and sared. Sterling. Max well. 3 StSL 
LoMand ffcm. Craik. 2 C842Lo 

Loat battle. Price. 2 P93L 

Lost casket I>u l{cil<(<ob«-y. 4 D8SL 

Lout for a woman. Fleming. I F62L 

Lost for love. Aiaiwell. 3 llf45Lo 

Lost heir of T.iiilltligow Suiithworlh. 1 Sa8Le 
Loatheircw. Nonthworlh. 1 So8Lh 

Loat tUumon. Kellh. 3 K36L 

Loat In a great city. Donglaa. I U74L 

LoitioAfriia. Winder. 2 WT3L 

Lout in the past Wood. 3 WMLp 

Lost Jewel. SpolTord. Jl SpOL 

Lost name. Dahlgren. 1 U14L 

Lotfaalr. IIt'ai'1111-.lii'M. 3 B35L 

LolU .Srlir.ii.ll Tr<illo|>c. 3 T74Lo 

Lotus Bay. Klchols. Jl N5IL 

Lonie'i last term at St Hary%. Harris, 

1 H343L 
Lonia I^mbert. Balzac. 4 B31L« 

IvoalMi. nai'iiiiuid, 3 0I34L 

Louisa of Prut«iB and her timee. Slundl. 

3 H92L 
LoniM la Valll&re. Dumas. 4 U89La 

Lonisiana. Burnett. 1 Btl3Lo 

Love and libertjr. Dania*. 4 D89L 

I^veandUte. Vonge. 3 Y8Lo 

Love and lurk. Roosevell. I Rfl7L 

Love mo little, Inve me long. Reade. 2 R23L 
Lore i>f .a Imly Cmllip. 2 C89L 

Lnvc— uranoUKf. Hawthorne. I I13I3L 

IjOvp, thoavifliBer IIIiue! de Bury. 4 B6IL 
IiOti- works vroDilers. Braeme. 1 B?3Lv 

t.ri)vcd Hi lost Lt-mnn. 2 L54Lo 

Loveday's historj. Gnemaey. 3 G93Lo 

Lovel, the widower. Thackeray, in 3 T33C3 
— Same. in 3 T33H3 



Lo»el , the widower — continved. 

— Samt. <n3 T33U3 

— Samt. to 3 T33T 
Lovelt of Arden. Maxwell. 3 M45Lt 
Lover or irk'ud. Carey. 2 CI8L 
LovprN BtraUgem. Carlen. 838,73 CI»L 
Lore'a conflict Lean. 3 L4TLo 
Love's labor won. Sonthwoith. 1 8o8I« 
Love's viPtorj. Fnrjcon. 3 F333La 
Loytil IlooiiiE, TrnnnnaEn Shnnsni, 8SS TIS 
Loyally GiHiryi'. Parr. 3 P341L 
Loys, Lord Itomafurd. Argles. 2 At3I« 
Locie Itoit'T. Durand. 4 DftSL 
Lncie's tuiiteke. Behrens. 3 B3SLa 
Lucius Davoran. Maxwell. 2 M45LD 
Luckandpluck. Alger. Jl AI3L 
Luck of Boaring Camf), nod otfaer stories. Harte. 

1 H25L 

— Samt. 1 H29L3 
Luck of the DoireUs. Payn, 2 FSSLn 
Luck ot tho house. Sei^eant, 3 BeOLn 
Lucky diaappomtTient, and other stoties. Lean, 

3 L47;.n 
Lucky young wcanan. Philips. 3 P53L 

Lm-n-lia. Lytlou. » LOTLn 

Lnry LrotUm. Oliphant. 2 013Ld 

Lucy^^iiM.. Abbott, Jl Ab3L3 

Lulu's library- 3 v. Alcott. Jl AII3Ln 

Luki- Wultoii. Alger. Jl AI3W3 

Luttrcll fit Arnui, Lever. 3 L57Ln 

I.ynx.hunlint;. Stepheas. Jl SUC4 



M. M-N. Melville. 3 M49M 

Mabel Lee. Fisher. 1 F53M 

Mabel Vaugban. Cummins, I t^SlM 

iHiibi- 'Hiiiistjiko. Stephens. 1 BI4M 

MmiiriH. Wilson. I ■ WB8M 

IHncdc.rnlOl^ofBallyollJran. Trollope. 2 T74M 
Marli'odoftian'. Rliick. 2 BMM 

3Ic V>y^. Kirkland. 1 K«3aM 

Mad Dumaresq. Lean, 3 L4TM 

Mad marriage. Fleming. I PSSM 

Madam. Oliphant. 2 OI3M 

Madame de Beaupr«, Jenkln. 3 J41M 

Madame de Premiel. Poynler. 2 P874M 

Madame Delphine. Cable. 1 CUM 

Madame Fontenoy. Roberts. 2 Rft4Ma 

Madame Lucas, anon. t M38 

Madame Tabby's establishment. KarJ, pteud. 

J3 K14 
Madame Th^rtse. Erckmann and Chatrlan. 

4 ErSM 
Madam's gr«Dd-daugbter. Peard. 2 P313H 
Madcap Violet Black, 2 B56Ma 

Made or marred. Folherglll, 3 P8SM 

Madeleine. Kavanagh. 3 KITH 

Madeline. Holmes. I H73M 

Mademoiselle Hori. Roberta. Z RMM 

Madonna Mary. Oliphant. 2 OI3Ma 

.HadonnaofthetuhB. Ward. 1 W2IM 



Hadrtgal, aikd other stortos. Penrd. 

2 P3I3MB 
Mamie Miller. Holmes. in 1 MT3Do 

MaKK-Hkiu. Diil/;ir. 4 B31III 

Macnettc nuui, and other stories. Van Zile, 

1 V39JII 
MaffnhlM, Bjarmson. 839.83 BSSJI 

Hii^-iiumli'iinnii. VonBe. J2 V8M 

M Bid o( KillsenK. Black. X B96Md 

MaWofHkiT Jiitu k.ni>rc. 2 850331 

Maiden all forlorn. Arsles. 2 At3M 

Maiden and married liCe of Mary Powell. Man* 
nlDR. 3 M31JII 

Maiden BisUra. Paal. 2 P38M 

Maiden widow. SontliwoTtl). 1 So8M 

.lfai«u'-|i*viii-e. HagKard. 2 HISM 

Major and minor. Norrla. 2 N7»Mj 

Major lAwrenoe, F. L. S. LawleHR. S L42M 
MjitiP ur tin al;. Adams. J 1 Ad 185 

Mailing of a man. Baker. I B17M 

MakiDK tha beel of It. Rand. Jl R19L 

Malcolm. MacUonald. 2 M14M 

Mailerille. AblKitt. J I Ab3F 

MameloDH and Ungava. Mnrrar. 1 MB6M 
Hammr Tittiebock and her family. Jackson. 

Jl JI2M 
Mam'zelle Eugenie. Darand. 4 D03M 

Man and wife. Collins. 3 C6SM 

Man every inch of him. Wray. J2 W03M 

Man Kftho fumily. Williams, in Jl WOrw 
Man of the houso. Alden. Jl AI2M 

Manstory. Ilout-. .1 HH32M 

Man wlio tailghs. Hugo, 4 HITM 

Man Bith A UpoIipji par, Abonl. 4 Ab7M 

Man uiUioutacoiiTitr;. Hale. 1 Hi3M 

nanchodeT D'tK-U. Ainnunnh. 3 Ai6M 

Mansfield Park. Aaslen. 2 AaTM 

Maori and settler. Healr- J2 M39M 

.narblc fnim. Uawthorae, I 1I31M 

March in the ranks. Fotbergill. 3 F82Ma 

Mareia. Norri*. 2 N79M 

Marco Paul at the Springfield Armory. Abbott. 

Jl Ab3M6 
Marco Paid in Boston. Abbott. J I Ab3M5 
Marco Paul In Maine. Abbott. J 1 Ab2M3 
Marco Paul in New York. Abbott. Jl Ab2M 
Marco Paul in Vermont. Abboll. J I Ab2M4 
Marco Paul on tlie Erie CanaL AblKtIt. 

J I Ab2M2 
Hardl. Melville. I M49H 

-Unrgnrpl. Juilil. I J88 

Mancaret Bjng. Pfalllpt. 2 P53M 

Margaret Haitland. Oliphant, 2 OI3Md 

Margaret Percival. Sewell. 2 Se8M 

Margaret ltrt:i3. RviIt. Jl RS7M 

MarRHrclhc Si'hmicili'ii. 3 Sch32M 

iHiti^rr F.bKt%, 3 Eb3M 

Marguerite ilo ValoU, Dnmas. 4 DHO.Va 

Marian. Hall. 2 I1I4M 

HnHnnnn>y lIulmeK. I ll73Na 

Marie Anunnette and tier sun. Muadt. 3 M02M 



Marie's story, Bamfbrd. 
:tliiri('Iln. Trcillope, 
.Vnrion Fiiy. Trollnpe. 
Mnrioii^sfailh. King. 
IHiirjorlf. Brown. 
Marjoric Dnw Aldricn. 



J I B2IM 
X T743M 
2 T74Ma 
1 K58M 
tn 2 BSI 
I AI23 
.Mark Si^iH-nrlli. Kindlon. J2 KBMMa 

.>lHrk,thoinBl<^Uboy. Alg^r. Jl A13R3 

,ll>irki'd rniin. ( niiibridKe. 2 C138M 

Harkof. Dnrand. 4 l>tl3Ma 

Marmadoke Herbert. Blesslugton. 2 BS9fiM 
Marmorne. Iliimctloii. . 2 II17M 

Marqaliof IJossie. MacDoaald. 2 H14Ma 
Marquis of Pefialta. Valdes. V229M 

Marriage. 3 t. Perrler. 2 P41M 

— Same. 2 F41M2 

Marriage in high life. Fenillet. 4 F43M 

:1l»rririlirjlinsti.'. Stephens. 1 SUMa 

.lliirryincofTnd&ughter. Durand. 4 U93Md 
.>luT<.h UWl. Jewelt. 1 J59M 

.■Htiritoti*. Airl^. 2 Ai2M 

Martha BrowD. Pan). 2 P28Ma 

Martha Coroy Ua Bols. 1 DR5M 

Martin Cbuzzlewit. Dickens. 2 D55M 

Mania Merrivale. Tfowbridfn;. 1 T75M 

.>lllrli^l»^lf I'lii' Miirtiii. Lerer. 2 L97M 

Martin's Vineyard. Harrison. 2 II24IM 

MarnJa. Harte. 1 II25M 

Marvel, Argles. 2 Ar3Mr 

-Sam*. in 2 Ar3MI2 

Mary Anerlcy. Olackmore. 2 B563Ma 

Mary Barton, and other taloL Caskell. 2 G21M 
Mary Belt. Abbott. >n J i Ab2F2 

Mary Derwent Stephens, 1 K(4Md 

Mary Erekine. Abbott. Jl Ab3F2 

MaryMarston. llni'Uuniilil. 2 HI4Mr 

Mary Osborne. Abbott, Ji Ab2Ju4 

MMr/iiiNtruiili\, Crawford, i C85M 

.lln-sollam. Oliphiinl. 2 OI32M 

Master Bieland^ and his workmen. Anrrbavh. 

3 An3M 
Master of Ballantrae. Stevenson. 2 S142Ma 
Master of Orejiands. Wood. 2 W85M 

Master of his fate. Barr. 1 B2TM 

Master of his fate. Cobban. 2 C63M 

Master of the magicians. Ward. 1 W31Ma 

Master TULssiim. Li^iin. 2 [,47Ma 

Master Rockafellar's voyage. Rnssell. J2 ROIM 
jUiistcrmitn Rmly. Marryal. 2 M34M 

Mulf iif thonaylijilit. Jewett. 1 JSSMa 

Matilda, Princess of England. 2 v. Cottln. 

4 CSZM 
Matrimony. Norris. 2 NTDMa 

.1lHUd Mohaii. Cadllp. 2 CflOM 

.Mfiudp rRnys BBcret Fleming. I F02.1la 

ftliiuprtti, Uiidevnnt, 4 llHflMa 

illRuricc TiiTimj- Lever. 3 L57Ma 

MHtlmlna. \aidH. O V32&Ma 

itlRiH'i'll DrowLtt. Ridden, 2 R431Ma 

May. Olipbant. 2 OI3May 

May flower, etc Btowe. 1 StTM 



HarMof Wind-Oap. Baaltn. 2 B333M 

Meadow Brook. Ilolmea, 1 H73Jlle 

Kehalah. Goald. 2 C73H 

Melbonrne Houae. Warner. 1 W344M 

Melcbior's dream. Ewing. JZ Ew4H 

Alellirhiimpr. Sinim.. I 8i49I 

Kemberforruii-. Murni) 2 M963M 

■emolrs of a lemme de cbambreL SleiiinBlon. 
3 B3999fe 

Memoin o( a phj^cian. Uumaa. 4 DSSSle 
Memolra at Btury Lyndon. Tbackeraf. 

in 2 T33H4 

Men, wranen, and gboete. Ward. 1 W2IHe 

Mental struggle. Argles. 2 ArSMe 

— Same. in 2 Ar3Di 

Mercedes of Castile. Cooper. I C78M 

Merchant of Berlin. Mnndt. 3 MlKMe 

Jll^rc B^mcbi', La. Trollope. 3 T74Me 

Meredith. Blesslagton. 3 B5IM>Mta 

Meridtana. Verne, 4 V59n 

Herry adventures of Robin Hood. Prie. 

Ji P9eM 

Merry Chanter. Stockton. I Bt6M 

Meiry England. Ainsworth. 2 AlOMe 

Merrfnipn. Stevenson. 2 Ht42H 

HervnlcSutmaii. Tonrg^. 1 Ta4M 

McrvynClithvruo. Alaiworth. 2 AlOMc 

JHutnOmy. Mclniosti. t JHISM 

Michael Rudolph. Dnpny, I DOXM 

Michael Stmgoff. Verne. 4 VSOMi 

.tUddlrmar^li. ('ru>.. 2 C88H 

.Midee. Biinllft. 1 BMM 

^'»idniElit',ii'>''n. FleminE. I FeSMi 

JlidiihipiDaii Marmaduke Merry. Kingston. 

J3 KeilMl 

Midaommer nuidn«e>. Kirk. 1 KC3M 

Mlgnoa. BridgeR. 2 BTSMi 

ntldred. Cralk. 2 C842Hi 

Mildred. Ilolniei. 1 H73M1 

Mildred jii]<l Jvl^L'. Finli'y. Jl P4BH3 

Mildred ArkelL Wood. 2 W85M1 

Mildred at home. Finley. Jl F49M0 

Mildred at R.H'liimlH. Finltr- J I F4BM2 

Mildred Koitli. Fiulry Jl F49M 

Mildred's bargain. Llllie. J| L62M 

Mildred's bo7B and girliL Finler. Jl F40M3 

Mildred's married hte. Flnley. Jl F49M4 

Mil*"i1Vnlliij^'funl. Cooper, I C78Mi 

Mill of St. IIert»t. Hacqnold. 3 M24Mi 

MtllontbeFtoM. Cross. 2 CflRMl 

Mlllbank. llolnies. I I173NI 

Miller nrAngibauli. DDdevanl. 4 DSOMl 

Millionaire o( Rough-and-Ready. Hnrte. 

I H2SMi 

Millinnaire'Hcousin. Lawless. 2 L42.1fi 

Mine is thine. Lockhart. 2 I.AI3M 

Mine .ivn ,.y>T-i.\ KiplinK. 2 KS2M 

Mlnitled j:ini .llHci.aroe". 3 MIBM 

MInRo. Harris. 1 II24M 

Hlnisler's cfaai^. llowells. 1 IIR33H 

Minister'* wateniiekxi& Stowe, in J I gi7L 



Minister's wifo. Ollphaat. 2 OI3Mw 

Minister's wooing. Slowe. I 8l7Mi 

Mini of mon^. Fenn. 2 F3SMi 

Miriam. Terhane. 1 T27M 

Miriam's marriage. Macqnold, 3 H34Mm 

AfiHadventure. Norrii.. 2 N7»M« 

MischicfHThanksgiv-ing. Woolsey. Jl W88M 

niii^rabli?-', Ix«i. Hugo. 4 H87MI 

Mi-tfr'itduii^bter. Ainsworth. 3 AlAMl 

MlwAngeL Ritchie. 2 R51M 

Miss Bayle's romance, anon. 3 M68S 

MiM Bn.'th<.'rton. \^Hrd. 3 W2I2M 

MltsBrooks. While. 1 W5»2M 

MissCarew. Edwards. 3 EdSM 

MiRSlk«DuniuoruItr>-iint. Alden. Jl A12M1 

MissX><<[nrgEi. Burnett. <n I HUB 

Miss Ej-rci from BcstoD. Hoalloii. I M86M 

Miss Gilbert soaroer. Holland. 1 H71M 

Miss Janet's old houn. Noble. I FfSeM 

Hiss Kate. Booth. 2 BS39M 

Miss l^i^'htoii's perplexiticK. Hale. 1 H14 

"Mlsf,Lou.'> Roc. I R023M 

MlMLudlnj^ton'HBiHtcr. Bellamr. 1 B4IM 

Miss Marjoribonks. Ollphnnt. 3 OI3MI 

Miss Hamton. BickTord. 3 B4TH 
HIhs Mellnda'B opportunity. Campbell. 1 ClSMl 

MissMI.~^iChr<>!,i<. M.-<.'»rCh)' 2 M13Mi 

Miss JliK'i'o. fraik. J3 C841ir 

MissMiinl.-i'k'cfiitbor. Gooch. 1 CSftM 

MlssorUrs.) Collins. 2 Ce»MI 

MlKs Priacilla Hunter. Alden, Ji A13Mp 

Miss Pnidi!Dca. Conklln. 1 CTSftM 

Miss Richard's boy. Uolley. I HT3M 

MiKs Slmfto. Norris. 3 N79MI 

Miss Tommy. Cralk. 2 CS4M 

.>li-^irll; bri<li-. Sonthwortb. 1 SoSMb 

Mission, Mnrryat. 3 M34MI 

Miislon of Black Rifle. Kellogg. Jl K2gF4 

Missy. Harris. 1 H343H 

Mr. BanKSofNewTork. Cinnter. 1 GflSH 

Mr.'lsaacs. {.'inH-ibrd. 1 C85MI 

Mr. MccHin's will. Hageard. 3 H12MI 

MT..Mi.yiipiimnli:B.-<y. Mnrryat. 3 M34Mc] 

Mr, OlibiiixuD. liammnnd. I H182M 

Mr.IVterfrewitt. I>ci>i>.<>ii. 1 D4ISI 

Mr. t'lilllii»'jr'™«-'-ii<-'»«. Bniley. 1 BlftM 
Mr. Piststratos Brown, U. P., In the HIgblandK 

Black. 3 BMMi 

Mr, Potter o( Texas. (Punier. 1 GMMl 
Mr. Rutherford's children. Warner. 

JI W344B 

Mr. Smith. Wairord, 3 W14Mt 

Hr.Btubb's brother. Kaler. Jl KI2M 

Mr. 'Taiigier'H vacatioiu. Hale. 1 H 1311 i 

.>li!^tli-loeb'>ugh. Trollope. 3 T74lri 

Mistress and maid. Craik. 2 CMVi 

Hnt. Arthur. Ollpfaant. 3 OlSMr 

Mrs. B.«u<-)imiip Brown. Austin. I AnTM 

Mt^. nob. Slannard. 3 8I3M 

Mrs. Di'iimVswBy. Foiter, I FRIM 

Mrs, Donya of Cote. Parr. 3 P34IU 



Mm. 0«oflrey. Arflea. 



3 ArSilli 
in 3 Ar3D3 

UN. 0«nld'Biil«oe. FnllertOB. 2 FMH 

airt. Halliburton's troiililt* Wood. 3 WBSSIr 
Hn. He^rndun'B incomo. Campbell. 1 CI5M 
Mn, 'Lelceetec'ssc'borft Lamb. J3 LISJH 

Mrs. MaiuwarinK's JonnuJ. Marshall. 

3 HSSM 
Mn. Merriam'a BCholAn. Uale. 1 UI3«r 

Mbtrets of Beech KnolL Barnham. I B833H 
HUtranof Ibicbfit^in. Jlt^ukcl. 3 H38 

Xn. Oveir-Llie-wa.y'tiTemembTaiicGa Ewlng. 



Him. Skaggi's husbanilg 



J3 EwSMi 
111 other iketehee. Hart«. 
1 HSAMr 
Mn. Bolomcai SmiUi looking co. Alden. 

1 A12Mi 
MiNODdersIocMl. illontgonifrr. 3 M79M 

MUMaw. A.w*rr,andotlier». I Aw3 

MobrlHck. MelTille. 1 M4«Mo 

Modem Adam and Eve. Donglaa. 1 DTUi 
Mod«rn Circe. ArglM. 3 ArSMd 

— Same. in 2 ArSDoS 

Modern Hagar. Claik. 1 CMIM 

Modern Iiutance. Mowetto. 1 H833Mo 

Modem marriage. Lanza. 1 I>39M 

Modem Mi.>pLMuplidL>ti. Alcott. 1 AI13H 

Modem MiilsK. Jiikul. 3 JOT 

Modem iiropbtta. Alden and Foiler. 1 AISHo 
Modem Tokiiiwi'liM. I'oDSf.'. 2 YSMo 

Modem Vikings. BoTesen. 1 B69M 

Modeste Ulgncra. BaUac. 4 B31Mo 

MlM Eycm of BjoQootut. Macqnold. 3 M34Ho 
Mohammed All and bis houae. Mnndt. 

3 MSSMo 
Mohna. Cooke. 
noUir Bawn. Argleiti 
MomeBl oC madiieaK. '. 
Monarch of JkUncing 
JHoDa'M choice. Hector, 
nonasterr. Scott. 
noDey'inalcer. Ad*m. 
Money-malieri. KeenKn. 
.Honikins. Cooper. 
■oaks of Thaleoia. Betant and Rice, 

3 BMMo 

4 DSflMo 
1 Ob2 

1 H832MO 

1 TB3 

3 C69MO 

J3 In4M 

Jl H7B 

Jl AISSM 

.HoralKamlmystcrii-s. AKd<^. 3 Ai2Mo 

More bjTvonls. Tonne. 3 Y8Mr 

Morenew Arabian nlgbU; the dynamiter. Steven- 
son. 2 8I43D 
Mmrlal aottpotl^. Holmes. 1 HT33M 
Mortomler's estate. Riddel). ' 2 R43IM 
Morttw Houn. Fisher. I PS3Mo 

i 



K I^ne. Black. 



Monslenr SylTestre. Dndevant. 
.Uunlcxuma'sgoUimDie. Ober. 
.Ilnoutight buy. Howe. 
Moonsliine. Trowbridge. 
Moonstone. Collins. 
Hnpui, the lalrj. Infelow. 
Moral bendsDX oiun. 



CTTM 
3 Ar3Ml 
3 L4?Mm 
3 BSAJHo 
3 H3SM 
2 ScoSM 
J I AdIYS 
1 K36M 
1 C78MO 



JHosa-Slde. Terhnne. 1 T3TMo 

MoMei tnan an old manse. Hawthorne. 

1 H31MO 
.1fotlier>ln>tHU-. Sonlh worth. 1 SoSMo 

.VolherMoUy Peard. 3 P313Mo 

Motherless. Milt. 4 WT8M 

Mother's t%COii]l«li£ii. Aguilar. 3 Ag9M 

Mothi. Rum^. 3 R14M 

Moanl Eden. Iiean. 2 I.4TMe 

Mount Royal. Maxwell. 3 M4SMr 

Mouutain-uhilehoriiiii" Gllmore. 1 G42M 
Mudroei'opi'rH. DiekeuK. 2 DSSMa 

Mummy. I.oudon. 3 L92 

Murder or manslaugiiterf ReeTes. 2 R2SH 
Murphy's inajter. Pajn. 2 P20Mo 

Must it bet Bauer. 3 B33M 

My boys. Alcott. Jl A113M 

My brother's keeper. Warner. 1 W244M 

My daughter Bnsan. Alden tn Jl AI3Mp 

MyDwlre. Wamer. 1 W344Mr 

My enemiy 'a daughter. McCarthy. 2 M)2My 
My friend Jim. Xorrii.. 2 NTQMy 

My glrlB. Alton. Jl AllSMy 

My heart's ill tli<>tIii;)ilniiiR (>raBl. 2 GTOM 
MrladyGreenSleeTea. Reeves. 2 R23My 

My lady NelL Weaver. Jl W3TX 

My lady Nicotine. Barrie. 2 B2TM 

My lady's money. Collins. 3 COSHl 

My little girL Betant and Rtce. 2 B4SMr 
My little lady. Poynter. 3 P8T4My 

My little love. Torhuae. 1 T37My 

My lurilaiidioy Ittdj-- Bridges. 3 BTOMy 

My lovp. LintoD. 3 L6AMy 

My niiB(.«11ani(s. Collins. 2 ceSMy 

My mutliiT and I- Craik. . 2 C84My 

My molber'g enemy. Llllie. 1 I<63M 

My mother's manuscript. Lamartlne. 4 L16H 
Mynovi'l. LyltOD. 2 LBDM 

My on 11 vLiid. Lean. S L47Mo 

My Bister JtannU', Uudcvant. 4 D88My 

My Bislpc, tljoft<.>tress. Lean. 2 L47My 

My sister^ husband. Stapleton. 1 St2M 

Mr story. Macqnold. 2 M34My 

My wife and J. JSlOWc. I StTMy 

My young Alcides. Yonfe. 3 Y8My 

MyddletonlPcimlret. Alasworth. 3 AieXy 
Mynns'itij-sKry. Fenn. 3 F3SMy 

Mysteries of Paris. Bne. 4 8n2M 

Mysteries of Udolpho. Radcliffe. 3 Rll 

Mysterious isUiml, Verne. 4 V59Mr 

Mystery of Dark Holloff. Sonthworth. 

1 SoSMy 
Mystery of Jeeer Page, and other sloriee. Wood. 
3 W8SMy 
Mystery of Metropolisville, Bmleslou. 

1 Eg3M 
Mystery of Hirbridge. Payn. 2 P39M 

Mystery of M. Felii. Farjeon. 2 F323M 

Mystery of tbe Iriicks. Howe. 1 U832My 

Mystery ot the Lodge. Chellto. 1 C41M 



Old-I^hloned. 



Name and fama Sei^ant and Lester. 2 8c6N 

Nameless nobleman. Austin. 1 AuTN 

Nan. LlUie. J I L62N 

Nancy • Broughton. 3 BT9N 

NaDOB. Dadevant. 4 D86N 

Napoleon and BIQcher. JVttndt. 3 M92N 

Napoleon and the Quaen ot PnissiB. Mnudt. 

3 M93Na 

Nairow escape. Cndlip. Z* C8BN 

Nalhulic, Kavana^h. 2 K171V 

Nalnre'saeriolBtury Roe. 1 R633N 

Near to oaturo'B hcnrt. Roe. 1 RSZSNe 

Neighbor JackwiMd. Trowbridge. 1 T75N 
Neighbors. Brcmnr 839.73 B75N 
NeiRhboTsouthcOruoD. Ollphant. 3 013N 

Neighbor's wivt«. Trowbridge. I T7!lNe 

Nell— on and uSth'- stage. Bnxton. 2 Be84N 
Nellie Kimmrd'B Idogdoiu. DoDglas. 1 D74N 

Ncllr Brooke. Lean. % L47N 

Nellc'SBilvBrziiiiio. Jnckson. JI JISN 

Nemesis. Terhunn. 1 T27N 
New Arabian nights , od. by W. P. Kirby. 

J893,73 KS3 

New Arabian nJgbte. SteTenaon. 2 Ht42N 

NewdL-panumfiirgirls. I.nthrop. Jl LOIN 

NewP:i.s;laiiiliiuri, Hilkinn. 1 W65N 

New fairy talea Brentano, J3 B7SN 
New graft on the family tree. Alden. 1 AI3N 

New Magdalen. Collins. 2 C6ftN 

New nobility. Forney. I F79 

NewriinwFortuiiulus. Black. 2 BS6N 

New™*. Frederith. 3 F87N 

New Iti.binHon Cnuno. Alden. Jl A123N 

New senior at Audovi-r Ward. Jl W31N 

New wny to win a fortune. Hiipuy. 1 D92N 

New-Vear'H bargain. Wuolsoy. Jl W88N 

Newcomer. Thackeray. 3 T33N 

Newport. Lolhrop. I L34N 

News from Nowhere. Morris. 2 MS3 

Newton I'.irGior. .HarryHi. 2 1H34N 

Neitdoor. Diimhum. 1 Be32N 

Neit of kin wanted. Edwards. 3 Ed93N 

Nicholas Hintum. Holland, I H7IN 

Nicholas Nlckteby. Uickens. 2 DS5N 

Nichtof t.lji':i.lii1i.. Wood. 2 WMSN 

NiKhtiiiHre.Vhl»y Peacock, (n 2 P3I 

NinuHaklka. Tr<>ll»i>... 2 T74N 

Nine days' wonder. X\M. 2 Ai2N 

Nine little goHlingt. Woolsey. Jl W88Ni 

Ninette. Dempster. 2 D301N 

Nlnt-(y-((irt-<'. tluxo. 4 H87N 

*'.\o." Cooke. Jl C772N 

Noeburch. Robinxon. 3 ROaNo 

No gentleman. Bnmham. 1 B»33No 

No intentions. Lean. 3 L47NO 

NoiLUrtt. <ollins. 3 Ce9No 

No iii'«- lliing. Norris. 3 N79N 

No quarter. Reld. 3 R2TN 

Noble life. Craik. ' 3 €84 N 



Noble lord. Boothworth. I SoSN 

Noble name. Gltlmer. 3 G53N 

Noble wife. Saunders. 2 Sa8N 

Noble woman. Darand. 4 D93N 

Noblewoman. Stephens, 1 St4N 

Nobody. »«riicr. I W244N 

■Nobody's furtuiif. Yules. 3 V2N 

Nora's return, Cheney 1 C42N 

Norine's reruns.'. Flemll^. 1 r62No 

Norman R.'id,M. A. Findlay. 2 F40N 
NorfMlom, King of Cambodia. McCloln. 1 III17 

Norstou'B Rest. Stephens. 1 St4Na 

North and South. Uaskell. 2 G21N 

Northanger Abbey. Auaten. in 2 Aw7P 

Northern Uudg. Adams, Jl AdlYoS 
Northern Ughte. Borg and Brown, tr. 

830,73 Be4N 
Norwood. Beecher. 1 B30 
Not a tool's errand. Ingraham. 1 Ib4 
Not ea8i1)r jealous. Hardy. 3 H332N 
Not ot her father's race. Meredith, 1 H54N 
Not wisely, but too weU. BrODghlon. 3 BTONo 
Not woood, but won. Payn. 3 P39No 
Notary's daugblcr, Aniney, 4 AnSN 
Notary's nose. About. 4 Ab7N 
Niilrr-Uame. Hugo. 4 H87No 
Novell aaU tnl.'.s, Goethe. 3 G71N 
NowacdlLtii. «ill-reil. 2 W35N 
NumaltouuiL-jtHii, Kanilrt. 4 D26N 
No. 13 ; or, The story of the lost Teetal. Mar- 
shall, 3 M3iiN 
No. 13 Rue Marlot. Pont-Jost. 4 P77 
Nnrse Revel's mistake. James. 2 J332N 
Nntlie's father. Yonge. 2 Y8N 

O 

O tender Dolorea. Argles. 3 Ar30 

O thou, my Austria. KUrschner. 3 KOOO 

OakopeningB. Cooper. I C780 

Oakshott easUe. Kingsley. 2 K013O 

Oblivion. McClelland, 1 JHI320 
Oeeu|iiiliiiii>of aretiredlito. Mayo. 2 M4540 

Ocean bom. Adams. Jl AdlYe 

Ocean waifs. Reid. J3 R370 

Odd,orevenl Whitney. ■ W6IO 

Odd trump. Coulson. 1 C83 

Odds ngaiii.st him. Alger. Jl AI30 

O'Uoiiuiihiie. Lever. 3 L570 

Off tbe rocks. Fox. 1 F830 

OfftheSkelligs. IiiEelow, 2 ln40 

Oirtosea. Kingston. J3 K6140 

Ogilvies. Cralk. 3 C840 

Old rarnvRD days. Catherwood. 1 C38 

Old I'ouDtuti. Sleiiheii«. 1 St40 

Old Lviirt. Ain!.u-orlh. 3 AieO 

Old court life in France. Elliot. 3 EI40 

Old Creole days. Cable. 1 CllO 

Old curiosity shop. Dickens. 3 D950 

01d.rashioned boy. Finley. 1 F490 
Old-rashioned lairy-book. Harrison. 

Jl H2450 



Old.foahioDed. 



J I AlI-.tO 
Aleolt. 

Jl AII20I 

OM P0U7 and ita inhabltuilB. DeuiMU. 

1 D4IO 
Old trienda and DOW. Jewell. I J&SO 

Old Fritz and the new era. IHnDdt. 3 ]II03O 
Old helmet Warner. 1 M'2440 

Old bomsbtead. Stephena. I St40l 

Old EeosIiigtoD. Ritchie. 3 R910 

Old lientenant and his son. Hncleod. 3 M220 
Oldmalda Ward. I W2IO 

Old Ham'seUe'i secret. John. 3 J610 

Old man's loTO. TrolloiM', 2 T740 

Old Hark Langsbm. John-iton. 1 J6SO 

Old Mortalitj, Scoll. 2 Sco80 

Old Saint Paul't. Alnsworlli. 3 AiaOl 

Old Sir Dooglaa Htlrlinc-Haiirell. 2 8tSO 
Old.tlmc cmid-Jlfc Knilins. Jl R6530 

Old ^Vliitey's ChristNiiiB trot. Uall. I 11142 
Old woman who lived In a shoe. Douf las. 

1 D740 
Oldbarr. Kearr, 2 K210 

Oldtown folk*. Stowe. 1 SITO 

Olive. Craik. 2 C840I 

Oliver Twist Dlcken*. 

OlivinDelaplain. Fawcell, 

Ombrii. Oliphiinl, 

Omnia vauitas. Bridfes, 

On tmtta Odm. Baylor. 

On both sidGs of Ibe am. Charles. 

On 'uiri'iuiixtaiitial Gvitleuoii. Lean. 

Onguard. Citdiip. 

On special nrvlce. Stables. 

On the Amazons. Stephens. 

On the luink^ r>f Uiii < iii^.'. Marshall. 



D550I 

2 DS50I2 

1 F2SO 

2 OI30m 

3 BT60 

1 B41D 

2 C380 
2 L470 

2 C80O 
J2 StIO 

Jl sues 

3 M350 

OntheMiH'kmli'. Ailam>. Jl AdlB3 

Ontlie iKinlcrLiiiil. K<'y»i'T. 1 K52 

On the edge of the itomi. Roberts. 3 R940 
Ontheeve. Turgenler. 891.73 T840 

On the frontier. Harte. 
On the tntghtB. Anerbach. 
On the Busqu^haiuiu. Hammond. 
On the trill);, Blake. 
Oa limu. AdumH, 
Once A^-aiii. Brides. 
Once and again. Jenkin. 
One cctnmoiiplace day. Alden. 
One fair woman. Miller. 
One life, one love. Maxwell. 
One night's iiiji-li^ry. Fleming. 
One of the family. Payn. 
One of the ttdr^. Jennings. 
One of the S8th. Hentv. 
One of the three. Fotberglll. 
One of them. Lever. 
One Bimmer. Howard. 
Oae year. Peard. 
OalT a botterfly. Cralk, 
Onlradod. MazweU. 



1 


H390 


3 


An30 




Hie30 


017.3 B98 


Jl 


AdlL3 


2 


B760n 


2 J410 


] 


1 AI30 


1 


M6130 


2 


M4aoi 


1 


P620 


3 


: P2tM> 




2 J44 


J2 


HSiJO 


in 2 


F82M 


2 


L570n 




H«30 


2 


P3I20 


3 


C8430 


3 


M450n 



Onlyaslrt. Hillern, 3 HMO 
Onlf a year and what it brought Andrews. 

J lAn30 

Onir an incident LilckOeld. 1 LTIO 

Onlr herself. Citdlip. 3 Cf)90a 

Onlr sister. Will. 4 W7820 

Only 11,0 govenieK. Carey. 2 C180 

Opal iiiomimiii. Frith. 2 P910 

Open dwT. Howard. 1 H830p 

OpenvmiicL Mniuell. 2 M450p 

OpeniiiK a ciu«tnuC burr Roe. 1 R6230 

Oppoiiile till- jitil Denlson. 1 D410p 

Orani:e anil gft\n. Henty. J3 U390r 
Ordeal of Riihartl Feverel. Meredllh. 2 JI1540 
Oriental (airy take. Herder, and othera. 

J3 H41 

Original beUe. Roe. 1 R«220r 

Orley Farm. Trollope. 3 T740r 

Orphan £irla Peacock. 1 P31 

OrvilleCoUege. Wood. 2 W850 

Osborne ot Arvx'Uur Douglas. 1 DT40s 

OHcrohi, the ficniiiiuli!. Held. J3 R3708 

Oswald fray Wood. 2 W890ii 

Other girls. Whitney. 1 WAlOt 

Other man's wife. Stanoard. 2 8t20 

Othmiii. Knmi^. 2 R140 

OltoiiflhuBilviThand. Pyle. Jl P990 

Olto, tbi- kijLght. French. I Fti830 

Ouclil wijlij viiiitherl Edwards. 2 Ed920n 

Oar <'brisUnius in n palace. Hale. I HI30a 

Oar erring brother. Robinson. 2 RS60 
Oar Fred. Flnley. 
Onr girls at CasUewood. Wilder. 
Oar mutual friend. Dickens. 
Onr Di'n- i'ni.4i<]i>. Hale. 









1 F40On 
Jl Wft40 

2 DSSOa 
1 HI30 
3 1,050. 



Onr village. Mlirord. 

Oat of court. Hoey. 3 Ue70 

On I of the foam. Cooke. 1 CTTO 

Ont of the night French. 1 F880 

Onlofthoway. Noble. 1 NG60 
Out of the world, and other storlea Ritchlo. 

2 RSlOv 

Oat of tbe wreck. Donglas. 1 D740a 

Ont West Adams. Jl Adl«2 

Onteasts. Tellet. 3 T330 

Ontposl. AnsUn. 1 An70 

Over yoDiiur. John. 3 J6lOv 

(Ivinedcnn Gmiigt). Alasworth. 2 A160v 

Owt'tii— n wnir. Robinnon, 2 RSOOw 
Owen Glwynne's groat work. Noel. J3 N68 

Owi'sueat. John. 3 JOlOw 



Pacha of many tales. Marryal. 
Pactolos Prime. Tonrgfe. 
Pagans. Bates. 
Pae<', 3>|LLin'. iiii<l knight Adams. 
Pair iif bliii' l:y<-^. Hardy, 
Palaces and prisons. Stephens. 
Paladin of flnanoj. Jenkins. 



3 M34P 
1 T64P 
1 B31P 
J2 Adl 

3 H23P 

1 SUP 

2 J412 



Panola* 



FICTION, 



Pilgrim's. 



Panola. Dorsey. 
Pansie's flour-bin. Stephenson. 
Paper city. Locke. 
Paragreens. Roffini. 
Pariah. Guthrie. 
Parisians. Lytton. 



1 D73P 
ja Til 

1 LT9P 

2 R83P 
2 G98P 
2 L90P 



Parley's present for all seasons. Goodrich. 

Jl G62 

Parson o' Dumford. Fenn. 2 F35P 

Part of the property. Whitb>. 2 W58P 

Parting of the ways. Edwards. 2 Ed03P 

Partisan. Simms. . 1 Si4P 

Pascarel. Ram^. 2 R14P 

Passe Rose. Hardy. 1 H22P 

Passenger from Scotland Yard. WcmnI. 

2 W852P 

Passion in tatters. Cadlip. 2 C89Pa 

Passionate pilgrim. James. 1 J23P 

Passive crime. Argles. 2 Ar3Pa 

Pastor's daughter. Behrens. 3 B30P 

Patchwork Quilt Society. Coming. Jl C81 
Pathfinder. CfH>per. 1 C78P 

Patience Strong's outings. Whitney. 1 W61P 
Patricia Kemboll. Linton. 2 LGSPa 

Patty. Macqaoid. 2 M24P 

Patty's perversities. Bates. 1 B31Pa 

Paul and Christina. Barr. 1 B27P 

Paul and Virginia. Saint-Pierre. 4 Sa2 

— Same, in 2^ G57V 

PaulCUfford. Lytton. 2 L90Pa 

Paul Faber, surgeon. JHacDonald. 2 M14P 
PaulFerrolL Clive. 2 C61P 

Paul Goaalett's oonfessians. Lever, in 2 L57S 
Paul Nugent, materialist. Hetherington and 
Burton. 2 II47 

PanlPatoff. Crawford. 1 C85P 

Paul Pre8cott*s charge. Alger, Jl A13C2 

Pauly the peddler. Alger. Jl A13T2 

Pauline. Hawthorne. 1 H312P 

Pauline. Walford. 2 W14P 

Pausaniasy the Spartan. Lytton. 2 L99Pd 
Pearl of Orr*8 Ishmd. Stowe. 1 St7Pe 

Pearl-powder. Edwards. 2 £d92P 

Pearl shell necklace. Hawthorne. 

in 1 H312Pr 
Pearla. Edwardsr 2 Ed93Pe 

Peasant and prince. JHartinean. J2 M36P 
Peepo'day. Banim. 2 B22P 

Peeress aJod player. Lean. 2 L47P 

Peerless Cathleen. Agnew. 1 Ag6P 

Peerless wife. Mackamess. 2 JII19P 

PegWofflngton. Reade. Z R22P 

Peg WofllngtOD, and other stories. Reade. 

2 R22P2 
Pelham. Lytton. 2 L99Pe 

Pemaquid. Prentiss. 1 P91P 

Pen Owen. Hook. 2 U761 

Pendennis. Thackeray. 2 T32P 

Penniless girL Behrens. 3 B39Pe 

Pennimans. anon, 1 P38 

Penny Lancaster, farmer. Bellamy. 1 B411P 



Penny comeq nicks. Gould. 
Penruddocke. AYd^. 
People 1 have met Murray. 
Percival Keene. M arryat. 
Percy Wjim. Finn. 
Pdre Gk)riot. Balzac. 
Peregrine Pickle. Smollett. 
Perfect Adonis. Harris. 
Pericles and Aspasia. Landor. 
Peril. Fothergill. 
Peril of Richard Pardon. Farjeon. 
Perilous secret. Reade. 
Perpetual curate. Oliphant. 
Perseverance Island. Frazar. 
Persuasion. Austen. 
Peter Budstone. Trowbridge. 
Peter Pengelly. Wray. 
Peter Penniless. Da vies. 
Peter Simple. JHarryat. 
Peter, the whaler. Kingston. 
Peter TrawL Kingston. 
Peterkin papers. Hale. 
Petronel. Lean. 
Pettibone name. Lothrop. 
Peveril of the Peak. Scott. 
Phaeton Rogers. Johnson. 
Phantasmion. Coleridge. 
Phantastcs. MacDonald. 
Phantom fortune. Maxwell. 



2 G73P 

2 Ai2P 

2 M962P 

2 M34Pe 

J2 F49P 

4 B21P 

2 Sm7P 

1 H243P 
2 L23 

2 F82P 

2 F222P 
2 R22Pe 

2 013P 

1 F86 

in 2 AuTB 

Jl T75T6 

J2 W92P 

2 D28P 

2 M34Pf 

J2 K614Pe 

J2 K614Pt 

Jl H132P 

2 L47Pe 

Jl L91P 

2 Sco8P 

Jl J62 

2 C67P 

2 Ml4Ph 

2 M45P 



Phantom Vickshaw, and other tales. Kipling. 

H K62P 

Phantom ship. Marryat. 2 M34Ph 

Phantom wedding. Southworth. 1 So8P 

Phemie's temptation. Tcrhune. 1 T27P 

Phil and his friends. Trowbridge. Jl T75T 

Phil and the baby. Lillie. 1 L02P 

Phily the fiddler. Alger. Jl AI3T3 

Philip Augustus. James. in 2 J23R 

Philip Nolan's friends. Hale. 1 H13P 

Philom^ne's marriages. Dnrand. 4 D93P 

PhineasFinn. TroUope. 2 T74P 

Phineas Redux. Trollope. 2 T74Ph 

Phosbe. Harris. 1 H243Ph 

Phcebey junior. Oliphant. 2 013Ph 

Phra, the Phoenician. Arnold. 2 Ar6P 

Phyllida. Lean. 2 L47Ph 

Phyllis. Argles. 2 Ar3Ph 

— Same, 2 Ar3Ph2 

Phyllis of the Sierras. Harte. 1 H25P 

Piccadilly puzzle. Hume. 2 H88P 

Picciola. Saintine. 4 Sal9P 

Picked up in the streets. Schobert. 3 Sch6P 

Pickwick club. Dickens. 2 D55P 
Pictures across the channeL Macquoid. 

2 M24Pi 
Pierre. MelWlle. 1 M49P 

Pilgrims of the Rhine. Lytton. in 2 Ij99Le 
Pilgrim's progress. Bunyan. 2 B88 

Pilgrim's progress ; ed. by Allen. Bunyan. 

2 B88A 



(92) 



1 InlP 

2 Y8PI 

1 C78Pi 

3V.83 L62N 

I CT03 

Jl AISZP 

1 CTSPe 

X ScoBPi 



PilfiiM*! prognn ; ed. bjr Hogulre. Buayan. 

2 B88M 
Pll)KT<rf fli«. iDKi-aham. 
Pillan of the hoiue. YotiBe. 
Pilot. Cooper. 
Pilot and his n-ifu. l-io. 
Pine and [ mini Conway. 
PiBec'iacs. Allen, 
Pioneer. Cooper. 
Pinte. Scott. 
PlaiatalssCroQitlMihUU. Kipling. 2 K02PI 
Plane aDdpIonlL' Adams. Jl AdlU2 

Plant buDterg. ni?i(l. J3 R37F 

PIkT dnji ; a book,of storiaB for chfldren. Jeirelt. 
JL J55F 
Plnrorfont. Csdlip. 2 CBOPo 

nmjlMftorbiehtUikm. CndUp. 2 CS9P1 

Playwright's 4tAu},-hU'r. Edward*. 2 Ed93Pi 
PWbi^eite. Errlimaima'KJChatrian. 4 ErSP 
PlQtlnprivataiifo. Collins. 2 CCOPl 

PtTOkrbo)-s. Craik. J2 C84P 

Plnckr Smalk Cruu'u in shield. Jl C8SP 
pDBclieT. JHarryal. 
Pocket measure. Aldeii. 
Pockct>ilflc. Troubrldsp, 
Pogan DC people. Stowe. 
Poison of asps. Lean. 
PoUy Cologae. Diaz. 
Pomeroy Abbey, Woo«l. 
PoorJuck. JMarryat. 
Poor Uiss Fiuch. Cul liiis. 
Pooracbolar. Carletou. 
Poor Kiuire. Parr. 
Popping the queotloii. SmythLea. 
Port Tonwvii. Jtuud"'!. 
Portia. Aixle*. 
Portia, and other itorlu. Aiylea. 
Portrait of > lady. James. 
Prairie. Cooper. 
PrucaDiioD. Coopt^t. 
Prelate. Itentlcnoa. 

Premiamspoid tOOipKriuin'B. Mayo. 2 M454P 
Prescoilsod'amphiDun. I'arr. "" 

Preside at '« daught(.-re. Bremer. 
Preaoa fichl. Aiiisu orlh. 
Pretty oMer of Jos^:. BnriiGlt. 
Pretty widow. Row. 
Prc-y of tlio gixis. Lean. 
Pride andpaaricn. Fleming. 
Pride and prejudice. Auslpii. 
Prime sdulsU'r. Trollope. 
Primes auilthcLrnelghbors. Johnston, 
Prince Engeoe and hii Umee. Hnudt. 3 MOSP 
Prince Portmiataa. Blach. 2 BSQP 

Prince Hnga Grant. 2 urOF 

Prince Little B07. flitchell. Jl J(002P 

Prince of darkaes. Soothworth. 1 SoSPr 

Prince of the bkxML Payn. 2 P2&P 

Prince ofthabouae of David. Ingraham. 1 InlPr 
Prince Otto. SterenMn. 2 8t42P 



2 MXlPo 
J I AI2P 
Jl T75S5 

1 StTPo 
2 UTPo 

Jl pa«F 
2 wesPo 

2 M34PJ 
a C09P 

2 CI»P 
2 P34P 
2 Sm9P 
4 D36P 
2 Ar3P 

2 ArSPZ 

1 J23Po 

I CT8Pr 

I CTSPt 



2 P241P 

B.73 B75P 

2 AiflP 

1 B93Pr 

2 RT31P 
2 L47Pr 

1 ro»p 

2 AaTP 
2 T74Pr 

JG3P 



Prince Bairmi'B Wife. Hawthorne. 1 H3I2PT 
Prince's [due. AUeu. Jl AUZT 

rrinct'Si. JtlcClDlland. 1 M132P 

Princess and Curdle. JHacUoiiuia. J2 M14P 
PrinccM tiuiaaiauMma, Jamos. I J23Pr 

Princess Napnuinu. Raln^. 
Princess of Java. HlgKinaon. 
Princess of Thule. Black. 
Princess Ogherof. Dnrand. 
Princess BuDBhlne. Biddell. 
Probation. FotherglU. 
Professor. Nicholls. 
Professor's girls. Noble. 
Profilft. Aldi'U aiul Livingston. 
Prophet of the grecA Smoky UmmtaliiB. Murflree. 
1 M04P 
Prosper. Cherbnllea. 
Proverb gtories. Alcotl. 
Provost, and othsT tales, tiall. 
Prudonce, LlHie. 
Frudunee Palfrer. Aldrioh. 
Pruoandl. Curlis. 
Psyche o[ lo-daj. Jenkin. 
FsychalutriaU Bishop. 
Fnck. Rami^. 
Pu^hiDE oliiMuL Rand. 
Pat asuadcr. Braemc. 
Put jotmelf la his place. Reade, 



2 RI4Pr 

1 HMr 

2 BSSPr 
4 DOSFr 
2 R431F 

2 F82Pr 
2 NSIP 

Jl N8CP 
1 AI2Pr 



4 C42P 
Jl AII2P 

2 G13P 
1 UI2Pr 
1 AI23P 

1 C94P 

2 J41P 
1 BSW 

2 R14Pn 
Jl R19S 
1 B73Pn 



Qnakcr girl of Nantucket Lee. 

quartet. Stoddard. 

ttneechy. Warner. 

Itueen Itor1i'iL>^'. nundt. 

Qnecu Mali. Kiivannt'K. 

((ueen iriouey. J(irk. 

Queen of hearta Collins. 

Queen of Shebo. AJdrich. 

Queen ol the isle. FleaUng. 

Qneenof theiiLratoLsli.-. llarte. 

Queen Tituiilu. IloycM'ii, 

Qneeaie Hetherton. Holmes. 

Qneen's body guard. J aavier. 

Queea's Mariee, The. Helville, 

Queen's iiocliln'.'i.'. Damas. 

Qneertolk. JIugcssen. 

Queer home in Eughy Court, Noble, 

Queer liHle])eopI(i. ^Stowe. 

Queer storiea for bo^B imd girls. Eggli 

QnentiB Durward. Scott. 
Qiiolioii. KbtTi'. 
Question of honor. Fisker, 
Quick or the dead ) Cbanler. 
Quirksnnds. Streekfnss. 
Quiet nook in the Jura. Ituffinl. 
Quintns Claudius. Eckstein. 
QDi'iiuinnt Kpielhagcn. 
Quite another story Ingclow. 
Quits. Taulphoous. 



1 L5IQ 
Jl BtS2Q 
1 W244Q 

3 M 02Q 

2 K17Q 

1 K03Q 

2 CflSQ 
1 Ai23Q 

1 Pa2Q 

Jl H25Q 

1 BOt>Q 

1 H73Q 
I J28Q 

2 ]14Ml 

4 D8MI 
J2 H87Q 
Jl N60Q 

Jl St7Q 

Jl Eg3Q 

2 BcoSQ 

3 Eb3Q 
I FS3Q 

1 CSOQ 
3 St8Q 

2 R83Q 

3 EcSQ 
3 Sp4Q 
2 Ib4Q 

2 TIVQ 



Bab and his frienda. Brown. 2 B8I 

Race for wealth. Rlddell, 2 R43IR 

Rachel ArmBtnmg. Wooller. 1 W88R 

Rachel Oraj. Karanagh. 2 KITR 

Rachel Graf. Trallope. 2 T74R 

JlJtf^i U iJick Alger. Jl AI3R 

RuinboH-gulil. HurraT. 2 H90R 

Rainbow'! JonntejB. Abbott, Jl Ab2Ra3 

RaisiaKtbe"FearL'' Kaler. Jl K12R 

Rajah's heir. anon. 2 R13T 

Riilph !mii Ijnuio. llraDiRlun. J2 B73K 

Ralph, the hrir. Trollope. 2 T74Ra 

Ramona. Jnrlcson. 1 JI3R 

Rao away to «('jl. Reld. J2 R27R 
RaDnId IiaQDi?nDaiin'9 boyhood. Rf acDonald. 

2 M14R 

Randolph Otntion. Ra>n£. 2 R14R 

Randolphi. Alden. 1 A13R 

Ranthorpe, Lewes. 2 L5B 

Rapid! of Nhtgank Warner. Jl W344R 

Rassclas. Johnion, 2 J83 

]tavi-iiHi'Uir<'. Manh-Caldwell. 2 M33R 

KniilrolMiLit Adams, Jl AdlBbS 
K(>Bdr*ntoDi>r Mortnmj'. Besantantl Ric«. 

2 B4AR 

Real folks. WhitneT- I WGIR 

Ri'fOlipflionsof Geoffrey Hamlyn. Klngsler- 

2 K012R 
Rccamniended tomorcy. Iloustoun. 2 H8IR 

Rector. Ollphanl. 2 0I3R 

Red as a rose is she. Broughton. 2 B79R 

RcdcardloaL Elliot. 2 EI4R 

Red Court [:iriiL. "Wood. 2 WSAR 

Red Eric. Ititlliintyno J2 B21R 

Red Rover. Cooper. 1 C78R 

Red iv&UfluWLT H'urner. 1 W244Re 

Redbani. Helville. 1 M40R 

Ri'dgnDiitlFl. Scoll. 2 BcoSR 

Hi'diliini. <:oo|)pr. 1 C78Re 

Ri'i:i[nf-iiliill<-'>Tirk Stannaid, 2 8I2R 

Reginald Iinllou. t.iK'khnrl. 2 L8IR 

Roflnald Ikibrrc-;:! . KiniiNliy. 2 KOISRe 

Re Isn ins belle. Stephens. I St4R 

Rejected wife. Stephens. 1 SURe 
ICciimrkntili' liuturyot SirThooMaUpnion!, Bart. 

ItliK-kmot-'. 2 B5G3R 

Ronii-iiiIirrtlu'ALiJiiu. Barr. I B2rR 

ItciUiiiai^loml. Ia'Vps. 3 I.S7Rc 

Repented at Iti-nini. Ilntcuie. I BT3Rc 

Reproach of .\im(&k'y Urvy. 3 G80R 

Rcputcd<h:mguliiy.'Voni:c. 2 Y8R 

Relribntion. SouiIlm iirtlt. 1 SoSRc 

Rctarn ot tbo natlre. Hardy. 2 1I32R 

Reverend genUeman. Coblmn. 2 CSSK 

Reverend itiol. Noble. 1 Ka62 

H.'V(>lUiCjnnii, Besanl. 2 B4nRe 

Rhona. Bridges. 2 BTSBh 

Ribbon stories. Rnrker. J2 B24 

Rich aod bumble. Adams. Jl AdlW 



I SilB 
<n I Bi4G3 

1 U243B 

2 J23B 

2 L99B 

JX R37R1 

1 H833B 

Jl Ai3L7 

Ai2B 



3 W212B 
3 ]MI4Ro 

1 SwS2R 
J3 B41 

2 P241R 
J2 D30L 

2 Y2R 

Jl C38R 

1 J23B 

1 B23 

2 SmTR 



Richard TaTnldriiiuTL'k. llartis, 

RJL'hclicu. Jami'x, 

Rii'nzl. LtIIud. 

RiUc-mnsen. Rcid. 

RIseofSilaiiLAptiaiu. Howells. 

Risen tram Uio rooks. Alcer. 

Rita. A!fd£. 

Rival priuceas. McCarthy and Praed. 3 M12B 

RinTsidfrniisLuiii. WilUamv. Jl WorB 

RoboftbebowL Eennedy. 1 K38B 

Rob Roy. Scott. 3 Bco8Ra 

Robber tiiuiit. ■Wolff. 3 WSSR 

Robert Elsmere. Ward. 

Robert Falconer. MacDonald, 

Robert Greathouso. Swin. 

tCwberl'slwliiluyB. Bell. 

Roliin. Parr. 

KobiU!'Un('ni^<^'. De Foe. 

Rock ahead. Yatei. 

Rocky Fork. Catherwood. 

Roderick Hudson. James. 

Roderick Hume. Bardcen. 

Roderick ]Ljiii<1i>l[i. Kmolli'll. 

Rodman^tbek.vjit.-r. Wootsou, 

Rodoliihii-., Abbott. 

Rogne'slife, Colllnj. 
Roland Blaka. antchell. 
Roland CosheL Lever. 
Roland Oliver. McCarllir. 
Roland Torke. Wood. 
RolTHouse. Lillic. 
Roll ot honor. Cndllp, 
Rolloatplay. Abbott. 
Rollo at school. Abbott. 
Rollo at work. Abbott. 
Rollo leamlDK to read. Abbott. 
Rollo learning to talk. Abbott. 
Rollo*! <;oiToii)ODd(.'Ucp. Abbott, 

Jl Ab2R5 
Rollo*! eiperimanta Abbott. Jl Ab2R4 

Rollo'siuuseum. Abbull. in Jl Ab3R4 

Rallo*BptuI<.Miiiljy-iui'. Abbott, in Jl Ab2R7 
Hollo's phil'iiii'iibv - Art'. Abbott. Jl Ab3R6 
Hollo's ],)iiI.«o|ihi—«ky. Abbott. Jl Ah2R7 
Rollo'! j>liilu«i[il)y"WiiK;r. Abbott. 

<n J I Ab2R6 
Rollo'i travels. Abbott. Jl Ab2Rft 

Hollo's vacation. Abbott. in Jl Ab2R3 

Roman singer. Crawford, 1 C85B 

Romance ot a munmiy. Gnntier, 4 G23R 

Romance of a poor yonng num. Fenlllet. 

4 P43R 
Romance of an alter ego- Bryoe. 1 BS43 

Romance ot Dollord. Catherwood. 1 C38Bo 
Romance of history ; England. Neele. 2 NSS 
Romance of hist<»7 ; India. Cawtter. 2 C3I 



U Jl Ab2F3 
2 N7eR 
2 Ce9R 

1 Ma02B 
2 L57R 

3 M13RO 

2 WSSRo 
Jl L62R 

2 CROR 

(n Jl Ab3R2 

Jl Ab2H3 

J I Ab2H3 

n Jl Ab2R 

Jl Ab3R 



Romuace. 



FICTION. 



Scaforth* 



iBce of history ; Italy. Macfarlane. 

3 M16 
mce of history ; Spain. Tmeba y Cosio. 

2 T76 

ince of the forest. Radclifle. 2 RllR 
ince of two worlds. Corelli. 2 C812R 

mtic tales. Craik. 2 C84R 

in tic young lady. Grant. 1 G7GR 

inyRye. Borrow. 2 B04R 

ila. Cross. 2 C88R 

nrood. Atnsworth. 2 Ai6R 

bound. Cooke. 1 C772R 

of alleviL Lean. 2 L47R 

O'More. Lover. 2 L04R 

uid the ring. Thackeray. 2 T32R 

I'Albret. Janies. 2 J23Ro 

in bloom. Alcott. Jl A112R 

in June. Oliphant. 2 013Ro 

[ieblanc Fullerton. 2 FOSR 

liather. Holmes. 1 U73R 
•A Ashurst. Marsh-Caldwell. 2 JII33Ro 

>f Paradise. Pyle. 1 POOR 

Elaymond's wards. Janvier. 1 J26R 

e. JHelvUle. 2 JII40R 

n's fortune. Fisher. 1 F53R 

loyne. Argles. 2 Ar3Ro 

le. in 2 Ar3H2 

land ready. Alger. Jl AI3R4 

1 about Rio. Carpenter. 1 C22 

1 dozen. Woolsey. Jl W88R 

1 the world. Kingston. J2 KG14Ro 

Rggleston. 1 £g3R 

Dd Viola. Bridges. 2 B76Ro 

[gentleman. Tourg^. 1 T04R 

wife. Melville. 2 JII40Ro 

Gray^s strategy. Stephens. 1 St4Rn 

'•husband. Terhune. 1 T27R 

srGhrauge. Stockton. 1 St6R 
sr Grangers abroad. Stockton. 1 StGRa 

o. Ram^. 2 R14Ra 

and Rose. Alger. Jl A13R6 

> earth. Maxwell. 2 M45R 

t Godwin. Maxwell. 2 M45Rn 

II. Janies. 2 J23Ru 

in country house. Baner. 3 B32R 

and other tales. Gaskell. 2 G21R 

Brsldne^s crosses. Alden. 1 A12Ru 

rford. Fawcett. 1 F28R 

Ige. Hanis. 1 H243Ru 



S 

I Zembra. Black. 
I nugget. Farjeon. 
boy. Adams, 
boy Bob. Rand. 
^8 sweetheart. Rnssell. 
ir of the isles. Uelme. 
iibert^ Tower. James. 
aa Wilson. 



2 B5GS 

2 F222S 

Jl AdlA2 

Jl Rl5Sa 

2 ROlSa 

in 2 P83S 

2 J232 S 

1 W60S 



irge and St. Michael. MacDonald. 

2 M14S 



St. George and tho dragon. Lothrop. Jl LOIS 

St. George for England. Henty. J2 II30S 

St. Giles and St. James. Jerrold. 2 J48S 

Saint James's. Ainsworth. 2 AiGS 

St. Martinis eve. Wood. 2 W85S 

St. Michael. Biirstenbinder. 3 B04S 

St. Patrick's eve. Lever. 2 L57S 

Saint Peter and Tom. Cragin. Jl C84S 

St. PhiUps. Harris. 1 H243S 

St. Ronan's well. Scott. 2 Sco8S 

Salem ChapeL Oliphant. 2 013S 

Sally Williams. Cheney. Jl C42S 

Salt master of Lilneburg. Wolff. 3 W83S 

Saltwater. Kingston. J2 KG14S 

Saltillo boys. Stoddard. Jl StG2S 
Sam LawBon's Oldtown fireside stories. Stowe. 

1 StTS 

Sam's chance. Alger. Jl A13T7 

Sam's sweetheart. Reeves. 2 R25S 

Sandra Belloni. Meredith. 2 M54S 

Sane lunatic. Bornham. 1 B032S 

Sansmerci. Lawrence. 2 L43S 

Sant'Dario. Crawford. 1 C85S 

Sapelo. Gonlding. Jl G73 

Sara Crewe. Burnett. Jl B03S 

Saracinesca. Crawford. 1 C8SSa 

Sarah de Berenger. Ingelow. 2 In4S 

Sarchedon. Melville. 2 M40S 

Sardonyx seal. Taylor. 1 T212S 

Satanstoe. Cooper. 1 C78S 

Satin-wood box. Trowbridge. Jl T75T3 

Saveli's expiation. Dnrand. 4 D03S 

Sax by. Leslie. 2 L56S 

Say and seal. Warner. 1 W244S 

Scalp hunters. Reid. J2 R27S 

Scapegrace Dick. Peard. 2 P312S 

Scarlet letter. Hawthorne. 1 H31Sc 

Scarlet sin. Lean. 2 L47S 

ScarsciiffRocka Maine. 2 M281S 

Scenes and characters. Yonge. 2 Y8S 

Scenes of clerical life. Cross. 2 C88S 

— Same. tn 2 C88Si3 
Sceptres and crowns. Warner. Jl W244S 
Schloss and town. Peard. 2 P312Sc 
Schoolmaster's trial. Perry. 1 P422S 
Schools and schoolmasters. Dickens. 2 D5&Sc 
Schooner on the beach. Rand. J 1 R15Sc 
Scotch caps. Williams. Jl W67S 
Scottish chiefs. Porter. 2 P83 

— Same, 2 P83S 
Scouring of the White Horse. Hughes. 2 H87 
Scout. Simms. I Si4S 

— Same, tn 1 Si4K2 
Scudamores. PhiUps and Wills. 2 P53S 
Scum. Vald^s. 6 V220Sc 
Sea and shore. Adams. Jl AdlU6 
Sea change. Shaw. J2 Sh2S 
Sea lions. Cooper. 1 C78Se 
Sea queen. Russell. 2 ROIS 
Seaboard parish. MacDonald. 2 M14Se 
Seaforth. MoDtgomery. 2 M76S 



(95) 



1 WSIH 
2 T743S 

SeBmr i^iik. Utsant an^r Rici>. 2 B4GSe 

Search fur lla.,il ).J^lLilnl^»t. Carer. S CISS 
Seaside aoA Bracdde lairiae. Blum and Wahl, 

J3 B03S 
Sebastiaa. Cooper. 3 CT8S 

Second lUe. Hector. 2 H3A8 

Second boo. Oljphant and Aldrich. 3 OlSSe 
Second tliougbts. DruuKhion. 2 B71>g 

Second wUe. J«hn. 3 J61S 

f*<>crcUitrlieAii.lrt;. Ilassaiirek. 1 H37 

Set-rt'Isut H<>-a.|n,lk'^. Catherwood. Jl C388 
Seed time and harvext. Renter. 3 R31 

Seek and And. Adamn. Jl Adl84 

Kcll-diioiiKd. Farjeon. 2 FZ33Se 

Self.tulsed. Southnorlh. 1 SoSS 

Selling Lucky. Abbott. Jl AbZRa* 

Sense oDdsensibUity Anaten. 3 AaTS 

Sentimi^ntal csleiular. Stimion, 1 St58 

SeptlminB Felton. Hawthorne, in 1 H3IDo3 
— Samt. in 814.2 U3tO 

Seqnel to " Oppodte the JoU." Denlton. 

1 D41S 
Seraphlta. Balzac. 4 B31S 

Sctb'a brother's nita Frederic. 1 F8TS 

Settlers at hiiruo. .tlurlini'ua. J2 M36S 

Settlem Id ('nii»rlH. Miirrriit. 2 M34S 

Seven daughters. DouKlas, 1 DT4S 

Seven dreamers. Sloi»on. 1 SI5S 

Seven-rold trouble. Alden. I A12Se 

Seven little people. Scodder. Jl Bcn2S 

Seven little 8i«ter« prove their sisterhood. An- 
drews. Jl An2S 
Seven little ststan who live on the round ball that 
floats In tUe air AndrcuK. Jl AB3Se 
Seven sons of Mnjiminu. Salu. 2 Sa3B 
Seven stories. Fallerton. 2 FOAS 
Seven stories, with boaemeDt and attic JSItcheil. 







2 KITS 


Serenoaks. Uolland. 


1 U7IB 


Severn. Hartner. 


3 H20IS 


Sforxa. Astor. 


1 As8S 


Shabby genteel story. Tbackersr 


in 2 T32 


Shadow of a dream. Howells. 


1 H833S 


Shadow of Aahlydat 3 r. Wood. 


3 W85Sh 


Shadow of It'r^pr Lunxjiio. JIary. 


4 H38S 




I P258 


Shadows of SliBsta. .Ililler. 


1 MfiISS 


Shadows on the sdo»-. Farjeon. 


3 F333Sh 


Shandonbelk. Jllark. 


2 BMSb 


Sharini; )icr irtino. Fleming. 


1 F63Sh 


ShuwIfitraiB. Alcotl. 


Jl A112S 


She. IlnBgard. 


3 H13S 


(i\u- ]mfd a sailor Ban, 


1 B378 




3 BS39S 


She's all the world to me. Calne. 


2 CI3S 


ShiftiacforhmiKaf. Aliter. 


Jl AI3B3 




2 SaBSh 



Sbfrlry. Bronte. 3 NAIS 

Shocn of Fortune. Andersen. J839.83 An2S 

Shore and ocean. Kingston, J3 KGI4Si 

Short hill's. Runner. 

8idne). l>rlHnd. 

Sidney DeQrey. Wise. 

Sidney Uortin's CbriatniBa. Alden. 

Sidonie. Uandet. 

Sie|:eof Luudou. James. 

Sigh(!i4ii><i inaigbts. Whitney- 

Sign of four. Doyle. 

Signal boys. Eggleston. 

Signing the oontract. Finley. 

Si^^iior MoDttldiiii'a nioca. Tincker. 

Silas Qower's danghters. Noble. 

Silas Mamer. Cross. 



Silent and true. Fleming. 
Silent mail's legacy. Noble. 
Silent partner. Ward. 
Silent Pet«. Kajpr. 
Silent struggles. Stephens. 
Silent witneas. Vates. 
Silver cofion. Penu. 
Silver cord. Brooks. 
Sllrer medal Trowbridge. 
Silver pitchers. Alcolt. 
Silver rags. Allen. 
Silvia. Kavanagh. 
Simpleton. Reade. 



1 


B8SS 


1 


D37S 


Jl 


W75L 


Jl AI3S 


4 


D2«Si 




I J33S 




WOIS 


3 


1 D77S 


Jl 


E832S 


1 


F49S 


1 


T498 




Noes 


3 


C888i3 


2 


C88Si3 


fiid. 3 


1 USGS 




FflSSI 


I 


Msest 


■1 


W31Si 


Jl 


Ki2S 




1 Bt4S 




3 V2S 


2 


F3581 


3 


B7808 


Jl 


. T738 


Jl 


A 11381 


Jl AI52P3 


3 


K17SI 



NinKlr heart and double fl 



Sink ot swim. Alger. 


Jl AI3L2 


Sintram. La Hotte Fonqni. 


3 LI9S 


— Same. 


In 3 JLIOUs 


Sir Andrew Wylle. Gait. 


2 GI3S 


Sir Brook Fossbrooke. Lever. 


2 L97Si 


SlrQibbie. MacDonald. 


2 M14S) 


Sir Harry Hotspur of HumblethwaltSi. Trollope. 




2 T74S 


Sir Jaqw Carow. Lever. 


2 L57SJ 


Sir Jasper's tenant. Maxwell. 


2 M45S 


Sir NoiI'h liiir. Fleming. 


fa) 1 FG3No 


Sir Tlieodtin. Broughtcn. Janw*. 


2 J33S 


Sir Tom. Oliphnnt. 


2 OI3Si 


SIrea. Trollope. 


2 T74Si 


Sister LouiEe. Melville. 


3 H4981 


Slater Pliilomtne. Conconrt, 


4 Gses 


Slater Saint Sulpk'e. Tald«a. 


6 V3298 


Sisters. Ebers. 


3 Eb3Si 


BUter>s b7e-haar& Ingelow. 


J2 ln4S 


Sister's k)Te. Behrens. 


3 B39S 


Sii months in ttia ranks. Mnmj* 


2 H962S 


Six to sixteen. Ewing. 


J3 Ew58 


Six years later. Dnmaa. 


4 D89S 


Sketches by Box. Dickens. 


3 D55S 


-Sam* 


<n2 D9BT3 



BktratehiHS. Jenkln. 
SllngB nnd arrovs. Farfn*. 
SloaBC Sqiure BcandoJ. Cndlip. 
Bloppr Dlngla Cov. 
Slow anil msV. Alger, 
Small hoiue 



2 J418 



Snoke. TargeHtof. 



2 CR88 
1 CMS 
J I A13T4 
Trollope. 

2 T748m 

891.73 THW 

2 JaSSm 



M34SD 

I U25S 

H3I8B 



1 L23 
Jl AdlA 

1 8t4So 

2 Ke2S 



Snnsgler's wvrct. narrnti. 
.Sitnrloyow. Marrrnt. 
Knuw'bound at Eagle'& Uarte. 
Snow image. Hawthorne. 
Sbow Image, and oUier twlco-told btlee. Haw- 
thorne, tn I II31H2 
Snowman. Dnderanl. 4 DHGS 
SnuKhArlMir. Adams. Jl AdIDbS 
8oclftl dlhouBttcB. Fawcett. 
Social war of 1000. LandU, 
Kuldlct biiy. AdHniK. 
tiotdiKr*i> orphans. Stcphtrns. 
Soldlen throe. KiplinR. 
Some otber foihg. fireenc. 1 UBSS 
Some wodu'Ii'g hearts, Monlton. I M80S 
Somebody'* Ddgbbors. Coohe. 1 C7T2S 
SoBirf laaachar. Brookt. 1 BT98 
Sob ot the orgaa-griuder. Schwarls. 

830.73 S«hM 
BoHoftbeaotL Ollphant. 2 OlSSo 

SoBla. Darand. 4 D038a 

SoM and daughters. Kirk. I K838 

Bona of the BoU. BaUac. 4 B21So 

Sooner o>- Utar. Brooks. 2 B7nDSo 

SophomorufxjriUdcUffe. Kellogg. Jl K2IIW3 
Nophy L'aruiiue. Slannard. 2 St2S 

Kuu uF itttrru. Ohnet. 4 Oh48 

Nouth-cuunlynaighboTH. Carpenter. I C2238 
Koulh-KCR bubble. Afnswortb. 2 Ai6Sa 

Sonthwardbol Stmma. 1 S14So 

— Samt. in I Si4Y 

Bowed by Uie wind. Kellogg. 
iHiv.'inKilii; H-iiiil. Liolon. 
Spaninh galleon. Badrlck. 
Spanish match. Aiiuworth. 
Spiirfc f}t KL'iiius. Kellogg. 
Sparrow, the tramp. Weaaelhoelt. 
Rosaelli. 



Staso*trnck, Macehetta. 
Stand fast, Cnug-BoyEton t Black. 
StaiidjRh ot SCandish. Anstln. 
Stanley Brcrcton. Alnaworth. 
Stanley Grahomo. Stables. 
StanmilUmiiiiiil. Roc. 
Star chamber. Alnsworth. 
Star in a heart. Lean. 

Starry Qag. Adams. 
Start Iq life. Trowhrldge. 
Startling exploits of Dr. J. B. Quits. 



Jl 


K20P 


2 


LOOS 


2 


BI48 


2 


AlSSm 


Jl K39W2 


. Jt 


W51S 



Speaking lil 

Spt-ctre Imer KouthHurlh, 
Spell-baand flddler. Jansoa. 
Spt^ndlbrirt. Ainswurtb. 
Sphini'K [■bildren. Cooke. 
Npidpro of Mxiety. I>cnn. 

Kpiii II iiiK- wheel storifs. Alcott. 
Spinoaa. Anerbach. 
Sports and adTentures in 



J2 R732S 

1 Bo88p 
839.H3 J20S 

2 Ai68p 
1 C772Sp 

2 L47Sp 
Jt AII2Sp 
3 Au3S 
n Scotland. Maxwell. 

H4S2S 

Sprlag floods. Tnrgenief. 691.73 TMSp 

Spriagkaren. Blue km ore. 2 B5038 

Sqaare and 'Com]iiu«& Adumi. Jl AdlBb3 
SqaireArden. Oliphanl. 2 OI3Sq 

Sqaire of Sandal-Slde. Barr. 1 B27Bq 

(tt Jl Bl) . (1 



1 MIS 
2 BMgr 

1 AaTS 

2 Al68t 
J2 StIS 

1 Re2S 

2 Af68tB 

2 L47St 

1 K28S 

J] AdlB 

J I T7S8t 

CfSllierc. 

4 C33 

1 C772SI 



Jl AdIBM 
I D023S 
2 J23BI 
3 M14St 
1 DT4St 
I W244SI 



U4l8r 



StcadAst. Cooke. 

Kiciirn house. Verne. 

Stpriit ifi-U'i-u. Adanas. 

Sli'i>iL-,ide. Uunnin^'. 

Mi'P'inothrr, James. 

Stephen An'bcr. iHiiriloiiald. 

Stephen Dane. Dong las. 

Stephen, M. D. Waraer, 

Stepping huivi-nwitrd. Prcnlisx, 

Sli'ven Ijinreiu-p. Kdwurds. 

Still wati'rs. Paul. 

Stolen AiiitTka. Floyd. 

Stolen from tiomp. Dcnlton, 

Stone maKKi of Saint Point I^marline. 

4 Lies 

store bo7. Alger. Jl AI3W 

Storied hnlidiiy 6. DrookH. Jl BTOS 

Storiesondi >jiiwiiu'(!g. Scuddur. I Scn2S 

Stories and tnkui. Audnr^en. J83e.83 AB28t 
Stories by Aiiii.riuui auth'trx. tO v. I St73 

Stories fmm Ilk'. Bolton. I B63 

Stories from my attic. Scndder. 1 Scn28t 

Stories from old English poetry. Richardsoa, 

J I R398 

Stories Mother Hature told her children. An> 

drews. Jl AnOSt 

Stories ot the magicians. Church. J2 C478 

Stories of the Peninsular War. Maiwell. 

2 M4S3St 
Stories of the three burglars. Stockton, 1 StttSt 
Stories told to a child. Ingelow. J2 In4St 

Storm MouDlain. illlis. Jl BIOS 

Stormy lifu. Fullerton, 2 FWtSt 

Story-book for the chihlren. Diaz. Jl D54S 
Story of a bod boy. Aidrich. Jl AI2GS 

Story [)f a niuiit.ry Uiwv. Howe. 
Story of a mine. Harte. 
Story of a ranch. Rollins, Jl ROSS 

Story of on enthusiast Jamison. 2 J24S 

Story of Avis. Ward. I W21SI' 

Story ot Barbara. Haiwell. 2 M4t>So 

Story ot Dorothy Grape, and other tales. Wood, 

2 W8S8t 
Story of EUzabeth. Ritchie. 2 RfilB 

Story of Qve. Ilolloway. 1 U7228 

Story ot Bekii Troy. Harrison. I H249S 

Story of Keedon Bluffs. Mnrrroe. 1 MMS 

Story of Kennet.t Taylor. I T21S 



1 H2&SI 



Story. 



FICTION. 



Tartarin* 



Story of Margaret Kent. Kirk. 1 K63St 

Story of my Uncle Toby. Sterne. 2 St4S 

Story of Patsy. Wiggin. Jl W63S 

Story of Realmah. Helps. 2 U30S 

Story of Tonty. Catherwood. 1 C28St 

Story of Valentine and his brother, Oliphant. 

2 OI3St 
Story of Viteau. Stockton. Jl St6S 

Story or two from an old Dutch town. Lowell. 

1 L95S 
Stont heart. Kellogg. Jl K29W 

Straightforward. Parr. 2 P24S 

Stranded ship. Davis. 1 D202S 

Strange adventures of a phaeton. Black. 

2 B56St 
Strange adventures of Lucy Smith. Philips. 

2 P53St 

Strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Steven- 
son. 2 St42S 
Strange crimes. Westall. 2 W52S 
Strange disappearance. Rohlfs. 1 RG3S 
Strange story. Lytton. 2 L99S 
Strange true stories of Louisiana. Cable. 1 CI IS 
Strange world. Maxwell. 2 JII45Sr 
Strangers and pilgrims. Maxwell. 2 M45St 
Strangers and wayfarers. Jewett. 1 J55S 
Strathern. Blessington. 2 B590S 
Strathmore. Ram^. 2 R14S 
Strawberry Hill. IJenison. 1 D41St 
Stray pearls. Yonge. 2 Y8St 
Stretton. Kingsley. 2 K612St 
Strife and peace. Bremer. in 839.73 B75U 
Strive and succeed. Alger. Jl AI3Ij4 
Strong and steady. Alger. Jl AI3Ii3 
Strong arm and a mother^s blessing. Kellogg. 

Jl K29G2 
Strong-minded woman. Hammond. 1 H182S 
Struggle. Phillips. 2 P54S 

Struggle for a ring. Braeme. 1 B73St 

Struggling upward. Alger. Jl AI3S 

Stuart of Dunleath. Stirling-Maxwell. 2 St5S 
Studies for stories. Ingelow. 2 In4St 

Sturdy and strong. Henty. J2 H39St 

Stuyvesant. Abbott. inJi Ab2F4 

Subaltern. Gleig. 2 G48S 

Successful man. Cmger. 1 C88S 

Summer idyL Fisher. I F53S 

Summer in a cafion. Wiggin. 1 We3S 

Summer in Leslie Gk)ldthwaithe's life. Whitney. 

1 WGlSu 

Sunbeam stories. Mackamess. 2 M19S 

Sunny shores. Adams. Jl AdlYolO 

Sunnybank. Terhune. 1 T27S 

Sunrise. Black. 2 B56Su 

Sunset Pass. King. 1 K58Su 

Surgeon's daughter. Scott* 2 Sco8Su 

Surly Tim. Burnett. 1 B93S 

Sntherlands. Harris. 1 H243Su 

Snwanee tales. McDowelU 1 M14S 

Sweet brier. Sherwood. I Sh5Sw 



Swiss family Robinson. Wyss and Montoiieu. 

3 W99 
Switch off. Adams. Jl AdlL4 

Sword and gown. Lawrence. 2 I«43Sw 

Sybil. Beaconsfield. 2 B35S 

Sybil and Chryssa. Warner. Jl W244E2 

Sybil's second love. Kavanagh. 2 KlTSy 

iSydney sovereign, A, and other tales. Fraser. 

2 F86S 
Sydnie Adriance. Douglas. 1 D74Sy 

Sylvestres. Edwards. 2 £d93S 

Sylvia Arden. Crawfurd. 2 C85S 

Sylvia's lovers. Gaskell. 2 G21S 

Sylvie and Bruno. Dodgson. J2 K66S 

Sylvie's betrothed. Durand. 4 D93Sy 

Sylvie's choice. Craik. 2 C842Sy 

Synnttve Solbakken. BJttrnson. 839.83 B52S 
Syrlin. Ram^. 2 R14Sy 



Taken alive. Roe. 
Taken at the flood. Maxwell. 
Taken by the enemy. Adams. 
Talbot Harland. Ainsworth. 
Talbury girls. Denison. 



1 R622T 
2 M45T 

Jl AdlB 
2 Ai6T 
1 D41T 



Tale of a lonely parish. Crawford. 1 C85T 
Tale of sin, and other tales. Wood. 2 W85T 
Tale of the shore and ocean. Kingston. 

J2 K614T 
Tale of two cities. Dickens. 2 D55T 

— Same. 2 D55T2 

— Same. 2 D55T3 
Tales and sketches. Beaconsfield. 2 B35Tr 
Tales and sketches. Miller. 2 M61 
Tales and sketches. Shelley. 2 Sh4T 
Tales for Christmas Eve. Broughton. 2 B79T 
Tales from Blackwood. 12 v. 2 B5G7 

— Same. 2d series. 12 v. 2 B567T 
Tales from mauy sources. 6 v. 2 T14 
Tales of all countries. Trollope. 2 T74T 
Tales of daring and danger. Henty. J2 H39T 
TalcH of New England. Jewett. 1 J55T 
Tales of the Argonauts. Uarte. 1 H25T 
Tales of the borders and of Scothind. 4 v. Wil- 
son. 2 W69 

Tales of three cities. James. 1 J23T 

Tales of to-day. Sims. 2 Si5T 

Tales out of school Stockton. Jl St6T 

Talesy sketches, and other papers. Hawthorne. 

1 H31Ta 
Talk of the town. Payn. 2 P29T 

Talking leaves. Stoddard. Jl St62T 

Tallahasse girl Thompson. 1 T374T 

Tancred. Beaconsfield. 2 B35T 

Tanglcwood tales. Hawthorne. Jl H31 

Tania'speriL Durand. 4 D93T 

Tapestry room. Molesworth. J2 M73T 

Tara ; a Mahratta tale. Taylor. 2 T21T 

Tarantella. Blind. 2 B61T 

Tarryport school-girls. Noble. Jl N66T 

Tartarin on the Alps. Daudet. 4 D26T 



(«K) 



Tattered* 



FICTION, 



Tragedy. 



Tatteied Tom. Alger. Jl AI3r 

Telegraph boy. Alger. Jl A13T8 

Tempest and sonahiiie. Holmes. 1 II73T 

Temptingr of Fescara. Meyer. 3 M57 

Ten nightB in a bar-room. Arthur. 1 ArTT 
Ten tales. Copp^. 4 C79T 

Ten thousand a year. Warren. 2 W25T 

Ten times one is ten. Hale. 1 H13T 

Ten year's tenant. Besant and Rice. 2 B4GT 
Tenant of Wildf en HalL Bront«. 2 B781 

Tent in the Notch. Rand. Jl R15B2 

Tentingr at Stony Beach. Pool. 1 P78T 

Terrible secret. Fleming. 1 FG2T 

Terrible temptation. Reade. 2 R22T 

Thaddens of Warsaw. Porter. 2 P83T 

Thankftil BlosBCHn. Harte. 1 U25Th 

ThatartfnlYicar. Murray. 2 M062T 

That beantifal wretch. Black. 2 B56T 

That boy of Noroott's. Iiever. 2 L57Th 

That Frenchman. Gnnter. 1 G95T 

That husband of mine. Denison. 1 D41Th 
That lass o' Lowrie's. Burnett. 1 B93Th 

That other woman. Cudlip. 2 C89Th 

That wife of mine. Denison. 1 D41Tw 

Their pilgrimage. Warner. 1 W242T 

Their wedding joomey. Howells. 1 U833T 
Thelma. CorelU. 2 C812T 

Theo Leigh. Cudlip. 2 C89T 

Theophilns and others. Dodge. 1 D66] 

Thei«sa. Craik. in 2 C842Sy 

Thicker than water. Payn. 2 P29Th 

ThiodoUV the Icelander. La Motte Fouqu^. 

3 L19T 
This son of Vnlcan. Besant arid Rice. 

2 B46Th 
Thomas Wingfold, curate. MacDonald. 

2 M14T 
Thorn-apples. Miller. 1 M614T 

Thorn in the nest Finley. 1 F49T 

Thomicroft's model Hunt. 2 II913T 

Thorns in your sides. Keyser. 1 K52T 

Thorpe Regis. Peard. 2 P312T 

Those boys. Foster. Jl F81T 

Three beauties. Sonthworth. 1 So8T 

Three boys. Fenn. 2 F35T 

Three brides. Yonge. 2 Y8T 

Three Brown boys. Mallory. Jl M29 

Three feathers. Black. 2 B56Th 

Three good giants. Rabelais. J4 RUT 

Three Greek children. Church. J2 C47T 

Three guardsmen. Dumas. 4 D89Th 

Three little maids. Deane. Jl D34 

Three musketeers. Dumas. 4 D89Tm 

Three people. Alden. Jl A12T 

Three pines. Abbott. Jl Ab2Ra3 

Three scouts. Trowbridge. 1 T75T 

Three years at Wolverton, a school story; by a 
Wolvertonian. J2 W83T 

Throckmorton. Seawell. 1 SelT 

Throne of David. Ingraham. 1 In4T 

Thfoetlethwaite. Morley. 2 M82T 



Through one administration. Burnett. 1 B9S(T 
Through the fray. Henty. J2 H39Th 

Through the long nights. Linton. 2 L65Th 
Through the looking-glass. Dodgson. J2 D66T 
Through unknown ways. Guernsey. 2 G93T 
Thrown on the world. Braemc. 1 B73Th 

Thrown together. Montgomery. 2 M76T 

Thwarted. Montgomery. 2 M7GTh 

Tiger-hunter. Reid. J2 R27T 

Tim and Tip. Kalcr. Jl K12T 

Times of alchemy. Topelius. 839.73 TG2S6 
Times of battle and of rest. Topclius. 

839.73 T62S2 
Times of Charles XU. Topelius. 

839.73 T62S3 
Times of Frederick L Topelius. 

839.73 TG2S4 
Times of Gustaf Adolf. Topelius. 

839.73 T62S1 
Times of LinnaBus. Topelius. 839.73 T62S5 
Ting-a-ling tales. Stockton. Jl St6Ti 

Tinkham brothers* tide-milL Trowbridge. 

Jl T75T2 

Tinkling cymbals. Fawcett. 1 F28T 

Tip Cat. anon, 2 T49 

Tip Lewis and his lamp. Alden. Jl A12Ti 

Titan. Richter. 3 R41T 

To-day in New York. Kimball. 1 K57T 

To leeward. Crawford. 1 C85To 

To love and to bo loved. Roe. 1 RG2T 

To the lions. Church. 2 C47To 

To the sun. Verne. 4 V59T 
Todhunters' at Loanin* Head, and other stories. 

Linton. 2 LG5T 

Tobias Wilson. Clemens. 1 C59 

Toby Tyler. Kaler. Jl K12To 

Toilers of Babylon. Farjeon. 2 F222T 

Toilers of the sea. Hugo. 4 H87T 

Told in the hills. Ryan. 1 R95T 

Told in the twilight. Wood. 2 W85To 

Tom. Chaney. Jl C3GT 

Tom Brown at Oxford. Hughes. J2 H872T 
Tom Brown's school days. Hughes. 

J2 H872TO 

Tom Burke of ** Ours. '^ Lever. 2 L57Tm 

Tom Cringle's log. Scott. 2 Sco82T 

Tom Jones. Fielding. 2 F4GT 

Tom Templets career. Alger. Jl A13Tc 

Tom Thatcher's fortune. Alger. Jl A13Ti 

Tony Butler. Lever. 2 L57To 

Too curious. Goodman. 2 GG2T 

Too late for the tide-mill. Rand. Jl R15L3 

Too rich. Strcckfuss. 3 St8T 

Too soon. Macquoid. 2 M24T 
Too strange not to be true. Fullerton. 2 F95T 

Tower HilL Ainsworth. 2 AiGTo 

Tower of Percemont. Dudevant. 4 D8GT0 

Tower on the cliff. Marshall. 2 M35T 

Towhead. Greene. 1 G83T 

Trading. Warner. 1 W244T 

Tragedy of the unexpected. Perry. 1 P423T 



(iW) 



Tragic comedians. Meredith* 2 MS4T 

Tragic inuBe. Jnmeii. I J23Tr 

Traits and itoriee of Irish peaaanOy. Carlelon. 

a cioT 

Transfonnpil. jHoiilciimpry. 2 HTOTr 

TraTcIs and advanturaaot Monsieur Violet Hara 

ryal. 3 M34T 

Treaaare Island. SteTensoa. J3 St4T 

Tree of kuowlyiigL'. Robina. S B»ST 

Trt'hcrap's l^JuiptJition, Cair. 2 ca3T 

Trerlynllold. Vfooi. 2 WSSTr 

Trial. Vonge. 2 YSTr 

Tricolrln. Kum^. 2 R14T 

Tried for her Ufe. Suathwoith. 1 SoSTr 

Tritona. Jlynner. 1 Btt9T 

TruiihU'Minedaagbters. Watford. 2 W14T 
Trunblt'<iompgirL Arflea. 2 Ar3T 

True aiateeL Terknnc. 1 T27T 

Tniefriaad. Sergeant. 3 Se6T 

Tme maiL 91 acCallnnti 

rlodllfe.) 
Tme Btorlee. Hawthorne. 
Troe to the lost. Ko*. 
Tn»e to the old flag, Il«nty. 
Trumpct-nifOor. Hardy, 
Trampii. fwrlin. 
Try Rud truKt. Alger. 
Turoini! of Die tide. Kellogg, 
■Twaa In Tralalgar's bay. BesanI and Rice. 

2 B40Tw 
TwcDly novelettes. Faijeon, and otheri. 2 T9t 
Twenty thonnnd leaguea under the aeaa. Teme. 
4 VSOTW 
Twenty ;ean after. Damaa. 
Twk'O'luld liJis. Hawthorne. 
Tu'ili«ofTulilL-Mountain. Harle. 
Two admirals. Cooper. 
Two arrows. Stoddard, 
Two bruthcrs. Balsac. 
Two bmtberH. tfanpaaaant. 
Two, b; tricks. Yates. 
Two college girls. Brown. 
Two Coamoa. anon. 
Two dcrtlnies. Collina, 
TwoElsbs. Finley. 
Two Englidi girls. Hart. 
Two family moUiere. Mchwartz. 
Two Fivnch iDarrioKee. Jenkin, 
Two ),rtuiriliaus. Tongei 
Two lilii-s. Kuviiouitbi 
Two little rrdifwivrntOB. Page. 
Two loyal loveis. Jobaaoa. 
Twc marriages. Craik. 

Two modem little princes. Lothrop. JI LOIT 
Twomodem -wiujicii, Ht^lls. 1 W46T 

TwooDoltmcr Iliirdy 2 U22Tw 

TwoponnikwpHnceaGs. Voage. 2 VSTp 

Two rides of the abield. Yonge. 3 YSTw 

Two sisters. Soh Ik worth. 1 8o8Tw 

Two soldiers. Kl^- 1 K58T 



(In Two tales of z 

2 C842TW 

JI H3ITr 

I RSSTr 

J2 H39Tr 

2 H22T 

1 C»4T 

JI AI31.S 

JI K2IIW5 



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H31Tw 
H2STw 

1 cr8T 

JI StS2Tw 
4 B21T 
4 M44T 

2 Y2T 
t B812 

2 TS3 

2 C69T 

JI F49E1I 

3 H2S1T 

839.T3 S«h9T 

2 J41T 

2 YflTg 

2 KI7T 
JI PI4T 

I J62T 

3 CMT 



Two tales of married lite. 



Two thouBond veftra ago, Chnrch. 

Two voices Harland. 

Two widows. Cadlip. 

Two women. Cralk. 

Two women or ODet Harland. 

Two years ago. Kiagsley. 

TylneyEaa Hood, 

U 



ja c4Trw 

1 H223T 

2 CSBTw 

3 CM2Ta 
1 H333TW 

2 KOIT 
3 HTA 



tlarda. Ebers. 

Ugly Barrlngton. Argles. 
Ugly^Iiirjk. AnilcrM'ii. 
UglT*linkliii(,'. r:rt«ii. 
Unawares. Peard. 
Uncle Jack's ezecntora. Noble. 
Uncle J^'atlnricK. Jli]i;p>(flt.'ii, 
Uncle John. :H('1i1IIp 
Uncle Piper of Piper's Hill. Fraser. 
Uncle Balph. PsnI. 
Uncle Toiii'seablii. Slowc. 
I'ucommercial traveller. Dickens. 
Under a shadotr. Brneme. 
Under Bayard's baiunT Frilh. 
Undcracnrrenta. Argles. 



3 Eb3U 

In 3 ArSHe 

J83V.83 An2U 

2 ErTir 
3 P3I2U 

1 N06U 
J3 HHTU 

3 H49U 

3 F86U 
3 P28U 

I 8t?U 

2 D35U 

1 BT3U 

2 F91U 
a Ar3U 

in 2 Ar3Ph2 
J2 H39U 

2 D74U 
3 ScOL' 
1 VUV 

3 P3SU 

2 H3SV 

JI J3au 

3 Ha2U 



Under Dmke's Sag, Ileaty. 
Under false colours. Doodney, 
Under falsa ;>n>tti]i.t'K. ScriiCHnl, 
Under [^i-<.:n aj)jili^ Iniii^tiB. Campbell, 
Under one roof. Payn. 
Under Salisbury spire. HarshHll. 
Uader tho dcg<«tar. Janvier. 
Under the greenwood true. Hardy. 
Under the lantern at Block Bocks. Rand. 

JI RISUn 
Under the lilacs. Alcou, 
Under the lilies and roeaa. Lean. 
Under tbo Mendips. Marshall, 
Uadcr the rul flag. Maiwell. 
Under the surface. Connelly, 
Under tho tricolor. Hooper. 
Under two flags. Ramri, 
Under which InnU Llntoa. 
riidirciirrt'iil*. Kimball. 
llndtrLTOiiiid r\ty. Verne. 
Undine. La JHotte Fouqa^. 



-same. 

Undifu.'ni'crcd country. Howi 

UnunvH. Uallaalyiie. 

i;nkindword. Craik. 

Unknown. Southwortli. 

Unknown tolLL''1iirv I'onge. 

Unseen liniiil. Kellogg. 

Up Korth In a whaler. Rand. 

Up tho Baltic. Adams. 

Up the KOTth Bnmch. Parrar 

Up the river. Adams. 



JIb. 



JI AI32U 

3 L47U 

3 H35Un 

3 M4SU 

I CTfl 

I HT6 

3 R14U 

2 UUU 
1 K57U 

4 vasu 

3 LlOU 
In 3 LlSVs 

1 H833U 

J3 B31U 

3 C84U 

I SoSir 

J2 Y8U 

J I K30G3 

JI R16L3 

J I AdlYoT 

J I P241* 

JI A4I«G 



Upon a cast. DdbhId^. 
Ups *Dd downa: Hale. 
DranlSi FItuninarioii. 
UnalK. Sewell. 



1 D923U 
1 HlM; 
4 F6IU 

2 SeSII 



Vasabond berolne. EdwudH. 3 EdSXV 

Vo^nbondin. Rurnell. I B03V 

Vaia forebixliiigs. Srhiilzp-Nmidl. 3 SchSV 

Tale ot ceUre. Aituiliir. 2 Ab»V 

Taleatln. Klnsslcy. 2 K0I2V 

Valentine McClntchj. Carleton. 2 C19V 

TalentiBC, the counten. Baner. 3 B32V 

Talentino. Astor. I As8V 

TalfTif. Marrfut. 2 H34V 

Valerie Aylmer. Ftoher. 1 F53V 

Vanessa. Paul. 2 P28V 

Tanllyfftir Thackerar. 2 T32V 

Vascaowlan. Blnia*. 1 814V 

VaaUl. Wilion. I W09V 

Teadde, La. TrotloiN^. 2 T74Ld 

TeadetiB. Corclli. 2 CH12V 

Teaetla. Heacontifipld. 2 B3SV 

Vi^ra. Keaipuler. 2 D391T 

VrrnPT's priile. :iv Wood. 2 W85V 

TeroBiqiie. Lean. 2 IA7V 

Terr rtnuise familr. Robinran. 2 RSflV 

Vo'.ticiH. Fletcher. I F63V 

Vicar of BulUuunplon. Trollope. 2 T74Vf 

Ticar of Wakefleld. Goldiinith. 2 «5T 

-Sam*. 2 G57V 

VicHrV dauebb^r MacDonald. 2 JII14V 

TIccTOiw. Guthrie. 2 GOSV 
Ticotnle de Brageloime. (t v. Damaa. 4 DB9V 

VicomlGNbriilti. Ktiiarl. 2 S(»V 

Victor Leicar. Grant. 2 G76V 

Victor Nonnan. DealMta. I D4IV 

Viplorions defrnt. BaleUier. 1 BtBV 

Viplor'striumph. Sonthworlh. I So8V 
Tletorr of tlie Tsnqniihed. Cbarlei. 2 C38V 

VIsMttea. McKay. I HIBV 

Villa rai tbe Rhine. Anerbach. 3 An3V 

Village cramnnne. Rani£. 3 RI4V 

Villase on the cliff. Ritchie. 2 R5IV 

TlIlellD. NIcholb. 2 N51V 

TinccMO. Rnfflnl. 2 R83V 
Vine find <:<ttvi>. Adam*. Jl AdlVoll 

Tlolnl Vyviao. Cronunelln. 2 C870V 

Tloletta. Hantenfl^l. 3 H3IT 
VlrcUaoiL Tnrsenier. 891.73 TS4V 

Vln^ia; a Eotnan sketch, anm. 3 V8I 

Vliflaia comediau. Cooke. 1 CTTV 

VitKlBia loberitance. Peadleloa. 1 P37V 

nrfinla of Virginia. Ckanler. 1 C3eV 

Vi^inlaas. Thackeray. 2 T32V1 

Vira. Bridge*. 2 B7aV 

Vivla. Sontbwnrlh. 1 SoRVi 

ViTlan Grcf BeacunHflclil. 2 B3SV1 

Vltlaa the beaut; Kdwards. 2 Ed92Vl 
VtTier,of Vivler, Loagman, and Company, baakerB. 

Hadaon. i ttfutiv 



Wa«eRo(«lD. HarrUon. 2 H24W 

Waif of Ulb pining. Ilartfc. 1 M25W 

WaitamlUopc. Alper. Jl AI3B4 

WaitforthffQi!. I^mon. 2 L54W 

Waliinfrai-e. Yates. 3 Y3W 

Waknlla, Mnaroe. J I JII92W 

WaldMed. Auerbacb. 3 An3W 

WalTord. Kirk. I K03W 

Wallace. Abbott. . in Jl Ab2F 

AVallerOorine. Codllp. 3 C80W 

Waller's word. Paya. 2 P29W 

Wanda. Rame. 2 Rt4W 

Wandering heir. Reade. (n 2 R32S 

Wandering Jew. Sue. 4 Sa2W 

Wanted~a pedigree. Plnley. 1 F49W 

Warondpeace. d v. Tolitdi. 891.73 T58W 
WartraU. Reld. J3 R271V 

Ward ot thi' finlil.'ii Gate. Harte. 1 H29Wa 
Warden. Trolli>|K. 2 T74W 

Warlock o' Glenwarlock. nacDoanld. 

2 M14W 
Was erer wctnan in tlila humor wooed) Gibbon. 

2 G348W 
Was he gulllyr Dapny. 
WashesiiLTUssCulf Klmbnll. 
Wa«hiiii;tiia S(|i)an>. Jiimt's. 
Watch and wait. Adams. 
Watch and wanL James. 
Water bablsK. KiaKsley. 
Water witch. Cooper. 
Waterloo. Erckmann 



W a verier. Scott. 

Way down East. Smith. 

Way of the world. Adams. 

Way we live now. 2 v. Trollope. 

Ways and means. Janvier. 

Ways of the hour. Cooper. 

We and our neighbors. Slave. 

We and the world. Ewing, 

We girla. Whitney. 

We two. Bayly. 

Weavers and weft Maxwell. 

Web of gold. Woods. 

Wee Willia Winkle. Hatdani. 



D02W 

KS7W 

1 J33W 

Jl AdlW3 

I J23Wa 

3 K6IW 
1 C78W 

Chatrian. 

4 Er2W 
3 Hco8W 
I Sm02W 
1 Adl2W 
3 T74Wa 

1 J20W 

1 C78Wa 

I StTW 

J2 EwSW 

1 WSIW 

2 B34W 
2 H43W 

1 W8A2W 
J3 M41M 



Weighed and wanting. HacDouald. 

2 H]4We 

Wenderholme. Hamerton. 2 HITW 

Wi-nsley Quincy. 1 Q4W 

WeptofWish-too-wiah. Cooper. I C78Wo 

Wesltjkwn. Holmes. 1 H73W 

WcktwardHol King^Iey. 2 K6IW0 

Whatcanshedot Roe. 1 R032W 

What he cost her. Payn. 3 P2IIWh 

W bat Katy did. Woolsey. J I W«8W 

What Katy did at ecbool. Woolsey. 



What. 



FICTION. 



Woodcraft. 



What Katy did next. Woolfter. Jl W88Wk 
What one boy can do. Denison. Jl D11W 
What she said. Alden. 1 A12W 

What the seven did. Lothrop. J 1 L91 W 

What the swallow sang. Spielhajs^cn. 3 Sp4W 
What to do. Dunning. Jl D92W 

What-to-do Club. Campbell. Jl CI5W 

What wiU he do with it? Lytton. 3 L90W 

What's mine's mine. MacDonald. 2 M14Wh 
Wheel of fire. Bates. 1 B31W 

When the war broke out. Rand. J 1 R 1 5W 
When we were boys. O'Brien. 2 ObGW 

Where the battle was fought; Jliurfree. 

1 M94W 
Whiniy and its consequences. James. 2 J23W 
Whispering pine. Kellogg. Jl K29W4 
White chief. Reid. J2 R2rWc 
White cockades. Stevenson. Jl St45W 
White heather. Black. 2 B56W 
White heron. Jewett. 1 J55W 
White ladies. Oliphant. 2 OI3W 
White Ues. Reade. 2 R22W 
White wings. Black. 2 B5GWh 
Who breaks pays. Jenkin. 2 J41W 
Who is John Noman? Beckett. 1 B38 
Who saved the ship? Williams. Jl W6rW 
Who was Paul Qrayson? Habbcrton. 

Jl niiw 

Who wins? Chisholm. Jl C44 

Whom Kathie married. Doaglas. 1 D74W 

Whose was the hand? Maxwell. 2 M45Wh 
Why did be not die? Volckhansen. 3 V88W 
Why Paul Ferroll killed his wife. Clive. 

2 C61W 
Wide, wide world. Warner. 1 W244W 
Widow Guthrie. Johnttton. 1 J65W 
Widow's son. Southworth. 1 So8W 
WIeland. Brown. 1 B81W 
Wife's secret Stephens. 1 St4W 
Wife's tragedy. Fleming. 1 FG2W 
Wife's victory. Southworth. 1 So8Wi 
Wigwam and the cabin. Simms. 1 Si4W 
Wild adventures round the Pole. Stables. 

J2 StlW 
Wild huntress. Reid. J2 R27Wi 

Wildlife. Reid. J2 R27WI 

Wild Mike. Montgomery. 2 M76W 

Wildcats. Wraxall. 2 W92W 

Wild sports of the west. Maxwell. 2 M452W 
Wild wood. Conklin. I C759W 

Wild work. Bryan. 1 B84 

Wilds of Florida. Kingston. J2 K614W 

WillVid Cumbermede. MacDonald. 2 M14Wi 
Wilhelm Meister's apprenticeship. Goethe. 

3 GTIW 

Will and a way. Fullerton. 2 F95W 

William Henry letters. Diaz. Jl D54W 

Willow Brook. Warner. Jl W244W 

Wind of destiny. Hardy. 1 II22W 

Window in Thrums. Barrie. 2 B27W 

Windsor Castle. Ainsworth. 2 AiGW 



Wing-and-wing. Cooper. 
Winifred Bertram. Charles. 
Winifred's wooing. Craik. 
Winning his spurs. Kel logg. 
Winning his way. Coffin. 
Winter fun. Stoddard. 
Winter story. Peard. 
Wise and otherwise. Alden. 



1 C78Wi 

2 C38W 
2 C842W 

Jl K29WG 

Jl C6dW 

Jl St62W 

2 P312W 

1 A12Wi 



Wise women of Inverness, etc. Black. 2 B56Wi 
Witch's head. Haggard. 2 U12W 

With a silken thread, and other stories. Linton. 

2 L65Wi 

With Clive in India. Henty. J2 H39W 

With Cupid's eyes. Lean. 2 L47W 

With Essex in Ireland. Lawless. 2 L42W 

With fire and sword. Sienkiewicz. 891.85 Sil 
With harp and crown. Besant and Rice. 

2 B46Wi 

With Lee in Virginia. Uenty. J2 II39Wi 

With the best intentions. Terhane. 1 T27W 
With Wolfe in Canada. Henty. J2 lI39Wt 
Within an ace. Jenkin. 2 J41Wi 

Within sound of the sea. Dempster. 2 D391W 
Within the enemy's lines. Adams. Jl AdlB2 
Within the maze. Wood. 2 W85W 

Within the precincts. Oliphant. 2 OI3Wd 

Without a home. Roe. 1 R622Wi 

Without kith or km. Craik. 2 C842Wi 

Witness of the sun. Chanler. 1 C30W 

Wives and daughters. Gaskell. 2 G21W 

Wives and widows. Stephens. 1 St4 Wi 

Wizard's son. Oliphant. 2 OI3Wi 

Wolf Run. Kellogg. Jl K29F2 

Woman-hater. Reade. 2 R22Wo 

Woman I loved, and the woman who loved mo. 
Blagden. 2 B57W 

Woman in spite of herself. Jeaflreson. 2 J34W 
Woman in white. Collins. 2 C69W 

Woman of honor. Banner. 1 B88W 

Woman of the world. Robinson. 2 R561W 
Woman of to-day. Jackson. 1 J13W 

Woman the stronger. Hagg. 1 HI2 

Woman's friendship. Aguilar. 2 Ag9W 

Woman's heart Hector. 2 II35Wo 

Woman's inheritance. Douglas. 1 D74Wo 
Woman's kingdom. Craik. 2 C84W 

Woman's reason. Ifowells. 1 H833W 

Woman's temptation. Braeme. 1 B73Wo 

Woman's vengeance. Payn. 2 P29WT 

Woman's word. Townsend. 1 T663W 

Won. Buxton. 2 B984W 

Won by waiting. Bayly. 2 B34Wo 

Won not wooed.' Payn. 2 P29Wo 

Wonder-book. Hawthorne. Jl 1131 W 

Wonder stories told for children. Andersen. 

J839.83 An2W 

Wonderful woman. Fleming. 1 F62Wo 

Wood magic. JeflerieH. J2 J35 

Wood rangers. Reid. J2 R27Wo 

Woodcrafl. Simmjt. 1 Si4Wo 

— Samr. I Si4Wo2 



(102) 



Woodstock. 



FICTION, 



Fignier* 



Woodstock. Scott. 
Word and the wilL Payn. 
Wordy only a word. Ebers. 
Work. Alcott. 
Work and win. Adams. 
World she awoke in. Alldridge. 
World we live in. Crawfurd. 
World well lost Linton. 



2 ScoSWo 

2 P29Wt 

3 Eb3W 

1 A112W 
Jl AdlW4 

2 A15W 
2 C85W 

2 L65WO 



World went very well then. Besant 2 B4GWo 
World's desire. Haggard and Lang. 2 111 2 Wo 
Wormwood. CorelU. 2 C812W 

Worth winning. Cameron. 2 C14W 

Wreck of the Chancellor. Verne. 4 V59W 

Wreck of the Red Bird. Eggleston. Jl Eg32W 
Wrecked in port. Yates. 2 Y2Wr 

Written in fire. Lean. 2 L47Wr 

Written in red. Montague and Dyar. 1 JI17GW 
Wrong box. Stevenson and Osborne. 

2 St42W 
Wronged wife. Fleming. 1 F62Wr 

Wnthering Heights. Bront«. 2 B782 

Wyandotte. Cooper. 1 C78Wf 

WfUard's weird. Maxwell. 2 M45Wy 

Wyncote. Erskine. 2 Er8 

Wyoming. Ellis. Jl E15W 



X6nie's inheritanoe. Dnrand. 

Y 

Yacht chib. Adams. 
Yankee middy. Adams. 
Yams on the beach. Uenty. 
Year after year. Clive. 
Yeast. Kingsley. 
Yellow flag. Yates. 
Yemassee. Simms. 
— Same, 
Yolande. Black. 



4 D93X 



Jl AdlY2 

Jl AdlA4 

J2 H39Y 

2 C61Y 

2 K61Y 

2 Y2Y 

1 8i4Y 

1 Si4YS 

2 B56Y 

York and Lancaster rose. Keary. 2 K21Y 

Youma. Hearn. 1 II35Y 

Young adventurer. Alger. Jl AI3P 

Young Brown. Murray. 2 M9G2Y 

Young Carthaginians. Uenty. J2 II39Yo 

Young drcns rider. Alger. Jl AI3A 

Young deliverers of Pleasant Cove. Kellogg. 

Jl K29P2 
Young dnke. Beaconsfield. 2 B35Y 

Young explorer. Alger. Jl A13P3 

Young foresters. Kingston. J2 K614Y 

Young fur-traders. Ballantyne. * J2 B21Y 
Young girl's wooing. Roe. 1 R622Y 

Young Joe and other boys. Trowbridge. 

Jl T75S2 
Young lieutenant. Adams. Jl AdlA3 

Young marooners. Gonlding* Jl G73Y 

Young ndner. Alger. Jl A13P2 

Young Mr. Ainslie's courtship. Philips. 

2 P53Y 
Young Mistley. anon, 2 Y85 

Young Mrs. Jardine. Craik. 2 C84Y 



Young moose hunters. Stephens. Jl St4T 
Young Musgrave. Oliphant. 2 013Y 

Young outlaw. Alger. Jl A13T6 

Young ship-builders of Elm Island. Kellogg. 

Jl K29E5 
Young step-mother. Yonge. 2 Y8Y 

Young surveyor. Trowbridge. Jl T75J5 

Young voyageurs. Held. J2 R27Y 

Young wrecker of the Florida reef. Bache. 

Jl B12 
Young y&gers. Reid. J2 R27Yo 

Youngest Miss Lorton and other stories. Perry. 

Jl P42Y 



Zadoc Pine. Bunner. 
Zanoni. Lytton. 
Zenobia. Ware. 
Zero. Praed. 
Zitka. Dnrand. 
Zoe's brand. Uoustoun. 
Zoroaster. Crawford. 
Zury. Kirkland. 



1 B88Z 

2 L99Z 

1 W22Z 

2 P88Z 
4 D93Z 
2 H81Z 

1 C85Z 
1 K632Z 



Field 9 Eugene. Little book of profitable tales. 

1 F45 
FieldyH. M. Among the holy hills. 915.6 F45 

— From Egypt to Japan. 915 F45 

— From the lakes of Killamey to the Golden Horn. 

914 F45 

— Oreek islands, and Turkey after the war. 

914.99 F45 

— Old Spahi and New Spain. 914.6 F450 

— On the desert. 915.3 F45 
Field, Elate. Charles Albert Fechter. 927 F31 

— Same. in 927 D87I2 

— Ten days in Spahi. 914.6 F452 
Fieldobook of the Revolution. 2 v. Lossing. 

973.3 L89 
Field-book of the war of 1812. Lossing. 

973.5 L89 
Field engineer. Shunk. 625 Sh9 

Field^flowers. Hibberd. 580 H52 

Fielding, Henry. Amelia. 2 F46A 

— Joseph Andrews. 2 F46II 

— Tom Jones. 2 v. 2 F46T 
Fields, J. T. Biographical notes and personal 

sketches. 928.18 F46 

— Yesterdays with authors. 820 F45 

— and Whipple, E. P., ed. Family library of 

British poetry. R821 F46 

Fields, T. W. Indian bibliography. 

R016.97 F45 
Fields, Walter. Stones of the temple. 247 F45 
Fifty years ago. Besant. 942 B46 

Fifty years in both hemispheres. Nolte. 

923.8 N72 
Fifty years of scienoe. Lubbock. 509 L96 

Fighting PhiL Headley. J923.5 Sh5U 

Fignier, G. L. Human race. 572 F46 

— Insect world. 595.7 FI6 



ao3) 



F1GUI£IU 



FISHER. 



FifQier, G. L. — cfmtinuetd. 

— Manunalia. 

— Ocean world. 

— Reptiles and birds. 

— Vegetable world. 

— World before the deluge. 
Figures of the past. Quincy. 



590 F46 
590 F46 
598.2 F46 
580 F46 
551 F46 
920 Q4 



FUi. Camming. At home in Fiji. 919.61 C91 
Final causes. Janet. 124 J25 

Final philosophy. Shields. 215 ShG 

Finance. Bolles. Financial liistory of the 
United States. 3 v. 330 B63 

— OiFFZK. Essays in finance. 2 v. 336 G36 
Findlay,J. P. Norman Reid, M. A. 2 F49N 
Fine Arts. Bacon. Parisian art and artists. 

709 B13 

— BxLi.. Elementary history of art ; an introduc- 

tion to ancient and modem architecture, 
sculpture, painting, music. 709 B41 

— BxLL. Elementary history of art ; architecture, 

sculpture, painting. 709 B41E 

— Benjamin. Art in America. 709 B431 

— Burke. Sublime and beautiful 704 B91 

— Cheney. Gleanings in fields of art. 709 C42 

— CouTUBE. Conyersations on art methods. 

704 C83 

— Deforest. Short history of art. 709 D36 

— Dter. Onimitatiyeart. 701 D98 

— EIastlake. Notes on the Louyre gallery, Paris, 

and on the Brera gallery, Milan. 708 Ea7 

— Hamerton. Graphic arts. 701 II 17 

— Hamerton. Portfolio papers. 704 H17P 

— Hamerton. Thoughts about art. 704 II 17 

— Jameson. Sacred and legendary art. 2 y. 

755 J23 

— Jarves. Art thoughts. 704 J29 

— LoiTiE. Art in the house. 707 L82 

— Long. Art ; its laws and reasons. 709 Ij85 

— LUBKE. Outlines of the history of art. 2 y. 

'709 L96 

— MOLLETT. Illustrated dictionary of words used 

in art and archsBology. R703 JIf 73 

— Poole. Lectures on art 704 P78 

— Reber. History of ancient art 709 R24 

— RuSKiN. Eagle's nest 704 R89 

— RusEiN. Twopatiis. 704 I189T 

— Symonds. RenaisBance in Italy. 709 Sy6 

— Waters. Handbook of Christian symbols. 

755 W31C 

— Waters. Handbook of legendary and mythol- 

ogical art 755 W31 

— WiNCKSLMANN. History of ancient art 2 v. 

709 W72 
See also ^Esthetics. 
Finger-ring lore. Jones. 391 J 73 

Finlayy Geoi^ge. History of Greece from its con- 
quest by the Crusaders to its conquest by the 
Turks, and of the Empire of Trebizond. 

949.5 F49 

— History of Greece under Othoman and Venetian 

domtnation. 949.5 F49U 



Finley, M. (F.) Casella. 

— Elsie booka 15 v. yit-i- 

— 1. Elsie Dinsmore. 

— 2. Holidays at Roselaiids. 

— 3. Elsie's girlhood. 

— 4. Elsie's womanhood. 

— 5. Elsie's motherhood. 

— 6. Elsie^s children. 

— 7. Elsie's widowhood. 

— 8. Grandmother Elsie. 

— 9. Elsie's new relations. 

— 10. Elsie at Nantucket. 

— 11. Two Elsies. 

— 12. Elsie's kith and kin. 



1 F49 

Jl F49E 

Jl F49E2 

Jl F49E3 

Jl F49E4 

Jl F49E5 

Jl F49E6 

Jl F49E7 

Jl F49E8 

Jl F49E9 

Jl F49E10 

Jl F49E11 

Jl F49E12 

— 18. Elsie's friends at Woodbum. Jl F49E13 

— 14. Christmas with grandma Elsie. 

Jl F49E14 

— 15. Elsie and the Raymonds. Jl F49E15 

— Mildred books. 6 y. yia,— 

— 1. Mildred Keith. Jl F49M 

— 2. Mildred at Roselands. Jl F49M2 

— 8. Mildred and Elsie. Jl F49JII3 

— 4. Mildred's married life. Jl F49III4 

— 5. Mildi3d's boys and girls. Jl F49M5 

— 6. Mildred at home. Jl F49M6 

— Old-fashioned boy. 1 F490 

— Our Fred. 1 F490a 

— fligning the oontraot 1 F49S 

— Thorn in the nest 1 F49T 

— Wanted— a pedigree. 1 F49 W 
li'innyE. A. HomeintheHolyLand. 915.6 F49 
Finn, F.J. (Neendh.) Percy Wynn. J2 F49P 
Firdansi or Firdasi ; Epic of kings; ed. by Helen 

Zimmem. 895 F51 

Fire Engines. See Steam Engines. 
Fire fountains. Camming. 919.69 C91 

Fires and Fire Departments. Roper. Hand 

book of modem fire-engines. 621.6 R68 

— Sheldon. Volunteer fire department of the 

city of New York. 352.3 Sh4 

Fireside trayels. I^well. 910.8 L95 

First century of the republic. Wfmlseyy and 

others. 973 W8« 

First impressions of England and its people. 

Miller. 914.2 M61 

First Napolemi. Ropes. 923.1 N16R 

First two Stuarts and the Ihuitan Reyolution. 

Gardner. 942 G16 

Firth) Abraham, ed. Voices for the speechless. 

808 F51 

Firth, J. C. Our kin across the sea. 917.3 F51 
Fisher, Mrs. A. B. (B.) See. Buckley, A. B. 

Fisher, F. C. (ChrUiian Reid.) After many 

days. 1 F53 

— Bonny Elate. 1 F53B 

— Ebb-tide, and other stories. 1 F53E 

— Heart of steeL 1 F53H 

— Land of the sky. 1 F53L 

— Mabel Lee. 1 F53M 

— Morton House. 1 F53Mo 

— Question of honor. 1 F59Q 



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FISHER. 



FOODS. 



Fisher, F. C—^ionUnued. 

— Bodyn'sfortuiie. 1 F53R 

— Sunmier idyl. 1 F53S 

— Valerie Aylmer. 1 F53V 
Fisher, G. P. History of the Christian church. 

270 F53 

— Reformation. 270.6 F53 
Fishing* See Hnntinfc and Fishing. 

Fiske, B. A. Electricity in theory and practice. 

63T F54 
Fislcey John. Beginnings of Now England. 

073.2 F64 

— Civil government in the United States couEddcred 

with some reference to its origin. 320.97. F54 

— Critical period of American history. 

973.3 F54C 

— Darwinism, and other essays. 814 F54D 

— Destiny of man. 218 F54 

— Excursions of an evoluttonUrt;. 814 F54E 

— Idea of God as affected by modem knowledge. 

210 F54 

— Myths and myth-makers. 291 F54 

— Unseen world, and other essays. 814 F54 

— War of Independence. 073.3 F54 
Fitchbnrgy Mcuts, — Public Library. Clasified 

catalogue; comp. by G^rge Watson Cole. 

R017 F55 
Fitatboodle papers. Thackeray, in 828 T32JII 
Fitacgerald, J. F. V. Australia. 919.4 F57 

Fitzgerald, P. H. Book fancier. 010 F57 

— Life of George the Fourth, including his letters 

and opinions. 923.1 G294F 

— Romance of the English stage. 792 F57 
FiTe hundred mistakes corrected, anon, 

428.3 F58 
FiTe hundred and seven mechanical movements. 
^ Rrown. 531 R81 
Five senses of man. Bernstein. 152 B45 
Five tiiousand miles in a sledge. C« owing. 

015.7 G74 
Five weeks in Iceland. De Fonblanqiie. 

914.91 D36 
FlagK. Preblk. Flag of the United States. 

920 F91 
Flammarion, Camille. Urania. 4 FGIU 

— Wonders of the heavens. 523. 1 FGl 
FiaxmaBy John. Lectures on sculpture. 730 F61 
Fleming) €(eorge, paeud. See Fletcher, J. C. 
Flemings I. P. Analysis of the English language. 

425 F62 
Fleming, J. H. Old violins and their makers. 

787 F62 
Fleming, M. A. Actress' daughter. 1 F62 

— Carried by storm. 1 F62C 

— Changed heart 1 FG2Ch 

- Guy Earlscourt's wife. 1 FG2G 

— Heir of Charlton. 1 FG2H 

— Kate Danton. 1 FG2K 

— Lost for a woman. 1 FG2L 

— ICad marriage. 1 Fe2JII 

- Koode Pbrpy*8 secret 1 F62JIIa 



Fleming, M. A.— continued. 

— Midnight queen. 

— Norine^s revenge. — Sir Noel^s heir. 

— One night^s mystery. 

— Pride and passion. 

— Queen of the isle. 

— Sharing her criuie. 

— Silent and true. 

— Terrible secret 



1 FG2]|[i 
1 FG2NO 
1 FG20 
1 F62P 
1 Fe2Q 
1 FG2Sh 
1 FGSSi 
1 FG2T 



— Wife's tragedy. 1 FG2W 

— Wonderful woman . 1 FG2Wo 

— Wronged wife. 1 FG2Wr 
Fletcher, Banister. Model houses. 728 F63 
Fletcher, John, and Shakspeare, William. Two 

noble kinsmen. 822.33 R37 

Fletcher, J. C. {Cfeorge Fleming,) Andromeda. 

1 FG3 

— Head of Medusa. 1 F63H 

— Kismet 1 FG3K 

— Vestigia 1 FG3V 
Flint, Austin. On the source of muscular i)ower. 

012 FG40 

— Text book of human physiology. 012 FG4 
Floating-matter of the air. Tyndall. 613 T97 
Flora fiymbolica. Ingram. 580 In4 
Florence. Hare. Florence. 914.5 II22F 

— Oliphant. Makers of Florence. 920 013 

See also Italy. 
Florence of Worcester, Chronicle. 942 FG6 
Florida. Davidson. Florida of to-day. 

917.59 D28 

— Deland. Florida days. 917.59 D37 

— Hallock. Camp life in Florida. 917.59 H15 

— Norton. Handbook of Florida. 917.59 N82 

— Ober. Knock-about Club in the i;uverglades. 

J917.59 Ob2 

— Stowe. Palmetto leaves. 917.59 8t7 

See also 8t. Augustine, Fla, 
Flotsam and jetsam. Bowles. 828 BG8 

Flower and thorn. Aldrich. 811 A12F 

Flower talks at Elmridge. Chnrch. J580 C47 
Flowers. Rand. Window gardener. 71 G R15 
Flowers and fruit from the writings of Harriet 

Beecher Stowe; selected by A. H. Fairchild. 

Stowe. 818 St7 

Fiowerf^ of history. 2 v. Roger of Wendover, 

942 R63W 
Floyd, I. H. Stolen America. 1 F6GS 

Flyers and crawlers. Chnrch. 595.7 €47 

P0SS9 ^* P* Arabistan ; or, Land of the Arabian 

nights. 915 FG8 

Folk-lore. See Fairy Tales and Folk-lore. 
Following the flag. Coffin. J973.7 C05F 

Fonblanque, C. A. de. See De Fonblanqne, 

C. A. 
Fontaine, Edward. How the world was peopled. 

572 F73 
Fonvielle, Wilfrid de. Thunder and lightning. 

537.4 F73 

Foods. Battershall. Food adulteration and its 

detection. 004 D32 



ao5) 



FOODS. 



FRANCE. 



Faod^— continued, 

— Bellows. Philosophy of eating. G13 B41 

— Blytii, Analysis of foods and the detection of 

poison. 543.1 BG2 

— Lethebt. On food. 664 1^56 

— Richards. Food materials and their adultera- 

tions. 664 R39 

-Smith. Foods. 643 Sm5 

Foote, A. H. HopPiN. Life of Andrew Hull 

FDote. 923.5 Fr3 

Foolfalls on the boundary of another world. 

Owen. 133 Ow2 

Foctprintsof famous men. Edgar. J020 Ed3F 
Footprints of the Creator. Miller. 215 1II61 
Footsteps of the Master. Stowe. 232 St7 

Forbes, Archibald. Chinese Gordon. 023.5 G65 

— Glimpses through the cannon snioke. 828 F74 
Force, M. F. Fort Henry to Corinth. 973.7 F74 
Ford, W. H. Boiler making. 621.1 F75 
Foreign facts and fancies. Downs, and othen. 

914 D75 
Foreign visitors in England. Smith. 942 Sm5 
Forester, Frank, paeud. See Herbert, H. W. 
Forestry. See Trees. 
Formation of vegetable mould through the action 

of worms. Darwin. 551 D25 

Forms of water in clouds and rivers, ice, and 

glaciers. Tyndall. 551 T97 

Forney, J. W. Anecdotes of public men. 

923.2 F76 

— New nobiUty. 1 F76 
Forney, M. N. Catechism of the locomotive. 

621.1 F76 
Forrest, Edwin. Babrbtt. Edwin Forrest 

927 F77B 

— Same. 927 F77B2 
Forrest, R.E. Eight days. 2 F77R 
Forrester, Jfrs., jyseud. See Bridges, Mr8, 
Fors clavigera. Raskin. 824 R89F 
Forster, John. Evils of popular ignorance. 

370.1 F81 

— Life of Charles Dickens. 2 v. 928.23 D55F 

— Walter Savage Landor. 2 v. 928.21 L23 
Forster, Joseph. Four great teachers; Ruskin, 

Carlyle, Emerson, and Browning. 928 F77 

Forsyth, William. Hortensius ; an essay on the 

office and duties of an advocate. 347 F77 

— Life of Marcus Tullius Ciooro. 928.75 C48F 

— Trial by jury. 340.4 F77 
Fort Ancient. Mooreiiead. 913.7 1178 
Fort Henry to Corinth. Force. C73.7 F74 
Fortescne, Sir John. De laydibus lee^imi Angli». 

340 F77 
FcMis, Edward. Memories of WeetLoinster Hall. 

340.0 F79 

Fossils. Dawson. Geological history of plants. 

561 D32 

— Mantblu Petrif aotioDs aud their ♦■fla/^hfagg- 

560 M31 

Foster, Emert. Abraham Lincoln. 923.1 L63F 



Foster, I. H. (Faye Iluntingtan.) Echoiu 
re-echoing. Jl 1 

— Mrs. Deane^s way. 1 1 

— Those boys. J 1 1 

— and Alden, I. M. Dr. Deane^s way, and 

stories. 1 1 

Foster, John. Critical essays contributed i 
Eclectic Review. 2 v. 824 

— Essay on the improvement of time, with Nc 

sermons. 204 

-> Fosteriana. 828 

'— Lectures at Broadmead Chapel, Bristol, En^ 

252 

— Ryland. Life and correspondence of 

Foster. 2 v. 928.24 

Foster, J. W. Pre-historic races of the I 



States. 
Foster, Michael. Physiology. 
Fothcrgill, Jessie. Borderland. 

— First violin. 

— Healey. 

— Kith and kin. 

— Made or marred. — One of three. 

— March in the ranks. 

— Peril 

— Probation. 



072 

612 

2 : 

2 

2 ] 

2 ] 

2 ] 

2 F 

2 : 

2 I 

Fothergil 1 , J. M. Animal physiology. 612 
Founding of the German Empire. Sybel. ' 

943 
Foundry Work. See Manufactures. 
Four feet, two feet, and no feet. Richards. 

590 
Four Georges. Thaclceray. 828 

— Same, 828 T 

— Same, in 828 T 
Four great teachers; Ruskin, Carlyle, En 

and Browning. Forster. 928 

Four months in a sneak-box. Bishop. 917.3 
Four years among Sjianish Americans. 

saurek. 918.6 

Four years in rebel capitals. De Leon. 

973.7 

Fonryears of Irish history. Dufly. 941.5 
Four years with G^eneral Lee. Taylor. 

973.7 

Four years with the Army of the Potomac. 

briand. 973.7 

Fourteen weeks in physics. Steele. 53( 
Fowle, W. B. Teacher's institutes. 371 
Fowler, Frank. Drawing in charcoal and c; 

2v. 741 

Fowler, W. W. Year with the birds. 598.2 
Fox, Emily. {Toler King.) Off the rocks. 

1 

Fox, W. F. Regimental losses in the Am 
avU War. R973.7 

Fragment on government. Bentham. 320 
Fragments of science. Tyndall. 504 

France, J. A. Crime of Sylvestro Bonnaixi. 

4 



ao<^ 



FRANCE. 



FItEMONT. 



France* History. 

— Af^ Aifff. Democracy and monarcfay in France. 

944 Adl 
-Bbooux. Kbig*8 secret 2 v. 944 B78 

— Carltub. French revolution. 2 v. 944 C19 

— Chaixigx. Memories of French palaces. 

944 C35 
-COMINES. Memoirs. 2 v. 944 C73 

— Cbows. History of France. 944 C88 

— F/LRMKB. Short history of the French Revolution. 

944 F22 

— OnizoT. Ckmdse history of France. 944 G94 

— Hugo. Destroyer of the Second Republic. 

944 H87 

— Hugo. History of a crime. 944 H87H 
-Jackson. Old regime. 944 J12 
-Kirk. History of Charles the Bold. 8 v. 

944 KG3 

— EnCHSN. History of France, down to 1458. 8 v. 

944 K64 

— Lamabtins. History of the French Revolution 

of 1848. 4v. 944 L16F 

— Lamartinb. History of the Girondists. 8 v. 

944 LIGH 

— liAMARmnE. History of the restoration of mon- 

archy in France. 4v. 944 L16Hi 

— liAMARTnnB. Three months in power. 944 L16T 

— Uasson. Story of mediffival France. 944 1II38 

— Maupas. Story of the Ckmp d'etat. 944 M44 

— Morris. French Revolution and the First Em- 

pire. 944 M83 

" Olukr, ed, Cassell^s history of the war between 

France and Germany. 2 v. 943 014 

— Simon. Government of M. Thiers. 2 v. 944 815 

— Stbphxn. French history for Finglish children. 

J944 St4 

— Sully. Memoirs. 4 v. 944 Sa5 
-Tainx. Ancient regime 944 T13 

— Tains. French Revolution. 3 v. 944 T13F 

— Tains. Modem regime. 944 T13M 

— Thikrs. Consalate and empire of Franco under 

Napoleon. 944 T34 

— Tocx^USViLLB. Old regime and the Revolution. 

944 T5G 

— VizsTSLLT. Diamond necklace. 944 V83 

— Watson. Gamp fires of Napoleon. 944 W33 

— Wrrr. Dames of high estate 944 W78 

— Tongs. Young folks' history of France. 

944 Y8 

Travels. 

— Blackburn. Bretcmfolk. 914.4 B56 

— Brownsll. French traits. 914.4 B81 

— Frknch home life. anon. 914.4 F88 

— Hamebton. Round my house. 914.4 H17R 

— Hamsbion. SaAne. 914.4 HITS 
-Jamsb. Little tour in France. 914.4 J23 

— Maoquoid. In the Ardennes. 914.4 1II34 

— RoBSBTS. France. 914.4 R54 

— Stsvsnson. Travels with a donkey in the Ce- 

914.4 St4 



France — eontintied. 
See also Paris. 
Francia. See Raibalini^ Francesco. 
Francis, Saint^ of Assiai, Oliphant. Francis 

ofAffiisi. 922 F84 

Franklin 9 Benjamin. Autobioorapht ; ed. by 

Blgelow. 923.2 F85Bi 

— Life, written by himself ; ed. by Bigelow. 3 v. 

923.2 F85B 

— Memoirs, written by himself. 2 v. 923.2 F85 

— Abbott. Benjamin Franklin. 923.2 F85A 

— Hale. Franklin in France. 2 v. 923.2 F85H 

— McMaster. Benjamin Franklin as a man of 

letters. 923.2 F85J!Ia 

— Mayhew. Yoiing Benjamin Franklin. 

923.2 F85M 

— Parton. Life and times of Benjamin Franklin. 

2 V. 923.2 F85Pa 

— TOMKINSON. Benjamin I*Vanklin. 923.2 F85T 
Franklin y £^'r John. Bebslt. Sir John Frank- 
lin. 923.0 F85 

Franzes, K. E. Chief justice. 3 F85C 

— Jews of Bamow. 3 F85 J 
Fraser, A. C. Berkeley. 921 B45F 
Fraser, Donald. Thomas Chahners. 922 C35 
Fraser, Jessie. In her earliest youth. 2 F86I 

— A Sydney sovereign, and other tales. 2 F86S 

— Uncle Piper of Piper's HilL 2 F86U 
Fraser, J. B. Historical and descriptive account 

of Persia. 955 Fd6 

Frazar, Douglas. Perseverance Island. 1 F66 

— Practical boat sailing. 65C F80 
Frederic, Harold. In the vaUey. 1 F871 

— Lawton girL 1 F8TL 

— Sethis brother's wife. 1 F87S 
•Frederich, B. H. {CMo Raimund,) {Oeorg Dan- 

nenberg.) From hand to hand. 3 F8TF 

— New race. 3 F8TN 
Frederick, the Great See Friedrich II., t?ie 

Great. 
Free Russia. Dixon. 914.7 D64 

Free Trade and Protection. See Political 

Economy. 
Freedom of faith. Monger. 234 M92 

Freedom of the mind in wilUng. Hazard. 

159 H33 

Freedom triumphant. Coffin. J973.7 C05Fr 
Freeman, E. A. Comparative politics. 320 F87 

— English towns and districts. 942 F87E 

— History of Europe. 940 F87 

— History of the Norman Conquest in England. 5 v. 

and index. 942 F87 

— Old English history. 942 F870 

— Sketches from the subject and neighbour lands of 

Venice. 729 F87 

— Some impressions of the United States. 

917.3 F87 
Frelinghnysen, Theodore. Chambers. Memoirs 
of the life and character of Theodore Freling- 
hnysen. 923.2 F88 
Fremont, J. B. Far-West sketche& 917.94 F88 



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FREMONT. 



FULLERTON. 



Fremont 9 J. B. — continued, 

— Souvenirs of my time. 928. 1 F88 
French 9 Alice. (Octave ThaneL) Expiation. 

1 F882E 

— Knitters in the son. 1 F882K 

— Otto, the knight. 1 F8820 
French, H.W. Castle Foam. 1 F88 

— Our boys in China. J915.1 F88 

— Our boys in India. J015.4 F88 

— Out of the night. 1 F880 
French and Italian note-books. Hawthorne* 

914 H31 
French history for Finglish children. Stephen. 

J944 St4 
French home life. anon. 914.4 F88 

French Ijangufige. See Dictionaries. 

NoTS. For books in the French language see 
Appendix A. 
French Literature. Van Laitn. History of 
French literature. 840 V32 

— Saintsbub Y . Short history of French literature. 

840 Sa2 
French poUtical leaders. King. 923.2 K58 
French Revolution. 2 v. Carlyle. 944 C19 
French Revolution. 3 v. Taine. 944 T13F 
French Revolution and the First Empire. Morrift. 

944 M83 
French Revolution of 1848. 4 v. fjamartine. 

944 L16F 
French traits. Browne!!. 914.4 B81 

French's standard drama. 27 v. 822 F87 

Freseninsy C. R. Manual of qualitative chemical 

analysis. 544 F88 

— System of instruction in quantitative chemical 

analysis. 545 F88 

Fresh light from the ancient monuments. Sayce. 

220 Sa9F 
Frey^ A. R. Soubriquets and nicknames. 

R014 F89 

Freytagy Gustav. Debit and credit. 3 F89 

— Ingo. 3 F89I 

— Ingraham. 3 F89In 
FriedrichIL, the Oreat^ King of Prussia, Abbott. 

History of Frederick the Great. 923.1 F912A 

— Cablylx. History of Frederick the Qreat 6 v. 

923.1 F912C 

— DovsB. Life of Frederic the Second, King of 

Prussia. 923.1 F912D 

— Longman. Frederick the Qreat and the Seven 

Years* War. 943 L80 

— Macaulay. Frederic the Great. 

923.1 F912JII 
Friends in feathers and furs. Johonnot. 

J591.5 J66F 
Friends worth knowing. Ingerso!!. 590 In4F 
Friendships of Mary Russell Mitford. L' Es- 
trange. 928.28 JIIG9 
Friis, J. A. Lajla; a tale of Finmark. 

839.83 F91 
Frith, Henry. Cruise of the Wasn. 2 F91C 

^ Opal mountain. ^ WJ^IO 



Frith 9 Henry — continued. 

— Seventh Earl of Shaftesbury. 923.G 

— Under Bayard's banner. 2 
Frtfbe!) Friedrich. Education of man. 370. 
Froissart 9 Sir John. Chronicles of England, 

Spain, etc. 5 v. 94* 

From beginning to end ; a series of photogx 

with prefatory comments. Seaver^pu^ 

R23: 
From cave to palace ; or, The anointed sh 

McMinn. 220.92 

From Chaucer to Tennyson. Beers. 824 
From Dan to Beersheba. Newman. 915.1 
From Egypt to Japan. Field. 91. 

From Egypt to Palestine. Bartlett. 915.( 
From forecastle to cabin. Samuels. 910. 
From Gettysburg to the Rapidan. Hump! 

973.1 

From Ponkapog to Pesth. Aldrich. 91 
From tannery to the White House ; the 
Ulysses S. Grant. Thayer. 923. 1 
From the Hudson to the Neva. Ker. J91 ' 
From the lakes of KiUamey to the Goldei 
Field. 91 

Frontier army sketches. Steele. 917 
Frontier Life. See United States. ! 
Frost, H. F. Schubert 921 

Frosty Thomas. Half hours with early exp] 

J910. 
Frothingham, O. B. George Ripley. 

928.1! 

— Stories from the lips of the Teacher. J 23 

— Stories of the patriarchs. J 220. 9 

— comp. Child^s book of religion. J24< 
Frothingham, Richard. Rise of the rep 

the United States. 320.9 

Fronde 9 J. A. English in Ireland in t 

century. 8 v. 941. 

— English in the West Indies. 917.2 

— History of Enghmd. 12 v. 94 

— Oceana ; or, England and her colonies. 91 

— Short studies on great subjects. 4 v. 82 

— Thomas Carlyle. "2 v. 928.24 
Frozen dragon, and other tales. Holder. 

59< 
Frnit. Barbt. Fruit garden. 03' 

— Fuller. Grape culturist. G3 

— Rob. Success with small fruits. G3i 
Fruit between the leaves. 2 v. Wynter. 

824 
Fruits of culture. Tolstdi. 891 .72 

Fry, Elizabeth. Pitman. Elizabeth Fry. 

923.< 
Fuel. Clark. Fuel, its combustion and ec 

GC2.< 
Fuller, A. S. Grape culturist. 03' 

FuUerton, Lady G. C. L. G. Constance Sh< 

2 

— Ellen Middleton. 2 

— GrantJpy Manor. 2 

— Lady-bh:tL 2 



a06) 



rULLERTON. 



GASKELL. 



Fnllertony Lady G. C. L. O,— continued. 

_ LaureBtia. 2 F95La 

- Lilies of the valley. 2 F95Li 

- Mrs. Gerald's nieoe. 2 F95M 

- Rose Leblanc 2 F95R 

- Seven stories. 2 F95S 
-Stormy life. 2 F95St 

- Too strange not to be true. 2 F95T 
-Wm and a way. 2 F95W 
Falton, J. D. Samuel Hobart 026 H65 
Fulton, Robert. E^NOZ. Life of Robert Fulton. 

926 F05K 



Fungi. COOKB. 589 CTT 
Fnrness, H. H. Ckmcordanoe to Shakespeare^s 

poems. 822.3 F98 
Fnmessy W. H. Story of the resurrection. 

232 F98 

Future Life. Dobner. Future state. 237 D73 

— FiSKE. Destiny of man. 218 F54 
-> Nichols. Whence? what ^ where? 218 N51 

— NoRDHOFF. God and the future life. 237 N75 
Fyflfe, C. A. History of Greece. 938 F99 

— History of modem Europe. 8 v. 940 F99 



G 



G. T« T.; gone to Texas; letters from our boys. 
Hughes, ed. 917.64 H87 

Gaddings with a primitive people. Grohman. 

914.30 G89 
Gage, W. L. Modem historical atlas. R912 G12 
Gainsboroughy Thomas. Arnoij>. Gainsborough. 

927 G12 
Gairdnery James. Houses of Lancaster and Tork. 

942 G12 
Gallatin, Albert Steven& Albert Gallatin. 

023.2 G13S 
Gallery of portraits, with memoirs. 4 v. Society 
for the DUTasloii of Useful Knowledge. 

920 SolG 
Gaily John. Annals of the parish. 2 G13A 

-EntaiL 2 G13En 

— Life of Lord ByroD. 928.21 B99<; 

— Provost, and other tales. 2 G13P 

— Sir Andrew WyUe. 2 G 13S 
Gallon 9 Francis. English men of science. 

136 G13 

— Hereditary genius. 136 G13U 
Games and Amnsements. Anxs. Practical 

guide to whist 795 Am3 

~ Babtuett. New games for parlor and lawn. 

790 B28 

— Bkasd. American boy*s handy book. 

J 700 B38 

— Bkard. American girl^ handy book. 

J 790 B382 

— BoHK, ed. Hand-book of games. 795 B63 

— C ASSKLL's sports and pastimes. J 700 C27 

— CuLiiv. Gambling games of tho Chinese in 

America. 795 C80 

— Good. Magic at home. 790 G51) 

— Griftith. Boys' useful pastimes. J790 G87 

— Halb. F^igots for the fireside. 793 II13 

— HoLBBOOK. How ? or, Spare hours made profit- 

able for boys and girls. J 700 H69 

— LBxns and Dwioht. Laws of euchre. 795 L51 

— Lewis. Tricks with cards. 795 L58 

— RouTLEDOX. Every boy's book. J 790 R03 



Games and Amnsements — contin'wed. 

— SiOTH. Festivals, games, and amusements. 

700 Sm5 

— SwiNTON. Chess for beginners and the begin- 

nings of chesB. 794 SwO 

— Walksr. Manly exercises. 790 W15 
Ganot, Adolphe. Elementary treatise on physics. 

6th ed. 530 G15 

— Same. 13th ed. 530 G15E 

— Natural philosophy. 530 G15N 
Garden and farm topics. Henderson. 635 II38 
Gardening. See Agriculture. 

Gardening for pleasure. Henderson. 

635 H38G 

Gardening for profit. Henderson. 635 U38C2a 
Gardens of the sun. Burbridge. 019.1 B89 
Gardiner, Frederic. Harmony of tho four Gospels 
in English according to tho authorised version. 

226.1 4^16 
Gardiner, Margaret, Countess of Bleesington. See 

Blessington, M. Gardiner, Countess of. 
Gardiner, S. R. First two Stuarts and the Puri- 
tan Revolution. 942 G16 

— Thirty Years' War. 943 G16 
Gardner, E.C. House that Jill buUt. 728 G17 
Garland, H. A. Life of John Randolph. 

923.2 R16G 
(varrelt, Eklward, pseud. See Mayo, I. (F.) 
Garrett, Rhoda and Agnes. House decoration. 

645 G19 
c;arrison, W. L. Johnson. William Lloyd Gar- 
rison 923.6 G19J 
Garroters. Howells. 812 U83(; 
(>a»-consnmer's guide, anon. 644 G21 
Gaskeli, E. C. (S.) Cousin Phillis, and other tales. 

2 G21C 

— Dark night's work. 2 G21D 

— Lif o of Chariotte Brontg. 928.23 N51G 

— Lizzie Leigh, and other tales. 2 G21L 

— Lois, tho witch, and other tales. 2 G21Lo 

— Mary Barton, and other tales. 2 G21M 

— North and South 2 G21If 

— Ruth, and other tales. 2 G21R 



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GASKELL. 



GEORGE. 



(■askelly E. C. {H,)—contin%ied. 

— Sylvia's lovers. 2 G21S 

— Wives and daughters. 2 G21W 
Gaspariiiy Ag^nor de. America before Europe. 

973.7 G21 
Gasp^9 P. A. de. Canadians of old. 4 G21 

C-athy pseud. See Townsend, G. A. 
Gatty, H. F. K. Juliana Horatda Ewing and her 
books. 928.23 Ew5 

(sautier, Th^phile. Famous French authors. 

928.4 G23 

— Juancho. 4 G23J 

— My household petB. 636 G23 

— Roniauce of a mummy. 4 G23R 

— Winter in Russia. 914.7 G23 
(;ay,John. Poetical works. 821 G25 
Gay, J. D. Prince of Wales in India. 915.4 G25 
Caazetteers. Bketon. Dictionary of geography. 

R910 B39 

— IjIPPINC0TT*8 pronouncing gazetteer of the world. 

R9I0.3 L.66 

— Same, new ed. R910.3 L66C 
Cikiikle, Archibald. Geology. 550 G27 

— Physical geography. 551.4 G28 
Geikie^ Cunningham. Holy Land and the Bible. 

2v. 915.6 G27 

GemM. See Precioos Stones. 
Gems of the Centennial Exhibition, 1876. anon. 

R606 G28 

C«encalogy and Heraldry. Bajidsley. Our 

English surnames. 929 B230 

— BououTON. Heraldry ; ed. by S. T. Aveling. 

929 B66A 

— Burks. Rise of great families. 929 B91 

— Clark. Introduction to heraldry. 929 €54 

— DoTLE. Official baronage of England. 8 v. 

R929 D77 

^ PLANCH6. Pursuivant of arms. 929 P69 

— W., F. S. Dame Heraldry. J929 Wll 
Genenis of species. Mivart. 575 JII69 
Genesis of the United States. Brown. 2 v. 

973.2 B81 
Genghis Khan. Abbott. History of Genghis 

Khan. J923.5 G28A 

Gentle bread-winners. Nitsch. 641 N63 

(Gentlemen, anon. 395 G28 

Geofpuphical distribution of animals. 2 v. 

Wallace. 591.9 W15 

Geological evidences of evolution. Heilprin. 

575 H36 

Geological excursions round the Isle of Wight. 2 v. 

Jllanteil. 550 M31G 

Geological history of plants. Dawson. 561 D32 

Geology. Agajssiz. Geological sketches. 2 v. 

550 Agl 

— Brown, ed. Our earth and its story. S v. 

551 B81 

— Cole. Aids in practical geology. 550 C67 

— Dana. Geological story. 551 DiOG 

— Dana. Manual of geology. 550 D19 



Geo log y — continued. 

— Darwin. Formation of vegetable mould tl 

the action of worms. 551 

— Davis. First book of geology. 550 

— Dawson. Story of the earth and man. 550 

— De Verb. Wonders of the deep. 551 

— Donnelly. Ragnarok. 551 

— FiGUiER. World before the deluge. 551 

— Geikie. Geology. 550 

— GiBERNE. World's foundation. 550 

— Gibson. Chips from the earth^s crust 

550 

— Hartwig. Subterranean world. 551 

— Herrick. Earth in past ages. 551 

— Ho VET. American caverns. 551.4 

— Humboldt. Cosmos. 5 v. 551 . 

— KiNGSLEY. Madam How and Lady Why. 

J551 

— MacFarlans. American geological r 

guide. 557.3 

— Mantell. Geological excursions round t 

of Wight. 2 V. 550 

— Mantell. Medals of creation. 2 v. 550 

— Mantell. Wonders of geology. 550 J! 

— Marsh. Earth modified by human action 

551 
Man and nature. 551 

Cruise of the Betsey. 554. 1 
Old red sandstone. 55 1 . 7 

Popular geology. 550 

Underfoot; or, What Harry an( 
learned of the oarth^s treasures. J55 1 

— RECLU& History of a mountain. 551 ! 

— Shaler. First book in geology. 551 

— SONREL. Bottom of the sea. 551 

— TuoNOT OE Lanote. Sublime in nature. 

551 

— Winchell. Geological excursions. 550 

— Winchell. Sketches of creation. 550 

— Winchell. Sparks from a geologist^s ha 

550 \ 

See also Corals;— Physical (-eogra 
Rocks; — Volcanoes. 
Geometry. Angel. Practical plane an< 
geometry. 513 

— Angel. Practical plane geometry and 

tion. 2v. 513 J 

— Bowser. Elementary treatise on analyt 

516 

Elements of plane and solid geo 

513 
In ventional geometry. 512 

— Watson. Elements of plane and solid geo 

513 

George IV., King of England. Fitzoeral) 

of G^rge IV ., including his letters and op 

023.1 C 

George 9 Henry. Progress and poverty. 333 

George Eliot and her works. Woolson. 822 

George Washington's rules of civility. Co 

ed. 



— Marsh. 

— Miller. 

— Miller. 

— Miller. 

— Nichols. 



ometry. 

— Bowser. 

— Spencer. 



30{ 



(llQ) 



GERARD. 



OILMAN. 



Gf^rardy C. J. B. Lion btintdag and sporting life 
in Algeria. 91G.5 G31 

Gerard, Dorothea. Lady Baby. 2 G31L 

Gerard, E. (de L.) Land beyond the forest; Tran- 
sylTania. 2 v. 914.30 G3i 

Gerhard , W. P. Hints on the drainage and sewer- 
age of dwellings. 628 G31 

German, flemish, and Dutch painting. Buxton. 

750.3 BOS 
German Language. See Dictionaries. 

Note. For books in the German language, see 
Appendix B. 
German letters on English education. Wiese. 

373.42 W63 
German Literature. Hosiceb. History of Ger- 
man literature. 830 H70 
German thought. Hillebrand. 103 H55 
Germany and Austria. History. 

— Bradley. Story of the Goths 043 B72 

— Bbtge. Holy Roman Empire. 043 B84 

— Cozx. House of Austria. 4 v. 043 C83 

— GABDnnEB. Thirty Years* War. 043 G16 

— GnrDKLT. History of the Thirty Years' War. 

2v. 043 G43 

— QouLD and Gilman. Story of Germany. 

043 G73 

— Kat. AustriarHungary. 043 K18 

— Longman. Frederick the Great and the Seven 

Years' War. 043 L86 

— Mbnzkl. History of Germany. 043 M52 
" MxTLLEB. Political history of recent times. 

043 MOl 

— Olueb, ed. Cassell's history of the war between 

France and GJermany. 2t. 043 OI4 

— RoBXBTSON. History of the reign of the Emperor 

Charles V. 8y. 043 R54 

— ScHiLiiEB. Thirty Years' War. 043 Seh3 

— Stbel. Founding of the German empire, v. 1, 2. 

043 Syl 

— VixBtBT. Story of Hungary. 043 V25 

— YoNOE . Young folks' history of Germany. 

043 Y8 

— Zdooebmann. Popular hiiitory of Germany. 4 v. 

043 ZG2 

— Ztmmebn. Hanaa towns. 043 ZG 

Travels, 

— Badxkib. Eastern Alps; handbook for travel- 

lers. 0i4.3 B14E 

— Badekbb. Northern Germany; handbook for 

travellers. 014.3 B14N 

— Babkkxb. Bhine, from Rotterdam to Constance. 

014.3 B14R 

— Badkksb. Southern Germany and Austria. 

014.3 B14S 

— Bbownx. American family in Germany. 

013.4 B81 

— Buttsbwobth. Zigzag journeys in Northern 

lands. J014.3 B08 



Germany and Austria — continued, 

— Champnet. Three Vassar girls on the Rhina 

J014.3 C35 

— Edwards. Untrodden peaks. 014.36 EdO 

— Gerard. Land beyond the forest ; Transylvania. 

2v. 014.30 G31 

— Grohman. Gaddings with a primitive people. 

014.30 G80 
-_ Heine. Travel pictures. 014.3 H30 

— Jackson. Dalmatia, Quamero, and Istria. 3 v. 

014.3G J13 

— Mahaffy and Rogers. Sketches from a tour 

through Holland and Germany. 014.3 1II27 

— Ruooles. Germany seen without spectacles. 

014.3 R84 

— StaeIt-Holstein. Germany. 014.3 Stl 

— Warino. Tyrol and the skirt of the Alps. 

014.36 W23 
Gesta Christi. Brace. 300 B72 

Gesta Romanorum; or, Entertaining moral stories; 

tr. byC. Swan. 8T0.3 G33 

Gettingon in the world. Mathews. 814 M42G 
Gibbon 9 Charles. Was ever woman in this humor 

wooed? 2 G348W 

Gibbon, Edward. History of the decline and fall 

of the Roman Empire. 6 v. 037 C<:35 

— Morison. Gibbon. 028.28 G35 
Gibbons, J. S. Banks of New York and the panic 

of 1857. 332.1 G35 

Gibbons, P. E. ** Penn^lvania Dutch,*^ and other 

essays. 814 G35 

Giberne, Agnes. Cknilyng Castle. 2 G35 

— Curate's home. 2 G35C 

— World's foundation. 550 G35 
Gibson, John. Chips from the earth's crust 

550 G352 
-> Monsters of the sea. 501 G352 

Gibson, J. M. Ages before Moees. 222 G35 

Gibson, Louisa. First book on the theory of music. 

781 G35 

Gibson, L. H. Convenient houses, with fifty plans 

for the housekeeper. 728 G35 

Gibson, W. H. Camp life in the woods and the 

tricks of trapping and trap making. 700 G35 

— Highways and byways. R017.4 G35 
Gideon and the judges. Lang. *220.02 G3GL 
Giflen, Robert. Essays on finance. 2 v. 336 G36 
Gilt, TheO| pseud. See Boolger, D. H. 
Gilbert, W. S. Original plays. 822 G37 
GUdedage. Clemens. 817 C502C; 
Gilder, W. H. Ice-pack and tundra. 010.8 G38 

— Schwatka's search. 010.8 G388 
Gill, W. F. Edgar Allan Foe. 028. 1 1 P75G 
Gill, W. W. Jottings from the Pacific. 

OIO.G G41 
Gilliat, Edward. Forest outlaws. 2 G41F 

— John Standish. 2 G41 
Gill more, Q. A Notes on the oompresBive resist- 
ance of freestraie, brick piers, etc. 601 G42 

Gilman, Arthur. History of the American people. 

073 G42 



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GILMAN. 



GORE. 



Gilman, Arthvar— continued, 

— Short stories from the dictioDaiy. 412 G42 

— Story of Boston. 974.4 G42 

— Story of Rome. 937 G42 

— Story of the Saracens. 953 G42 

— Tales of the pathfinders. 970 G42 

— ed. Magna Charta stories. J904 . G42 
Gilman, D. C. James Monroe. 923*1 JII75G 
Gilman,J. B. Kingdom of coins. Jl G422 
Gilman, N. P. FroSLt sharing between employer 

and employee. 331 G42 

Gilmore^ J. R. {Edmund Kirhe,) Advance guard 

of Western civilization. 976.8 G42 

— John Sevier as a commonwealth-builder. 

976.8 G42J 

— Mountain-white heroine. 1 G42M 

— Rear-guard of the Revolution. 976.8 G42R 
Gindely, Anton. Thirty Tears' War. 2 v. 

943 G43 
Giotto, Angiolotto. Quiltkb. Giotto. 927 G43 
Girlhood of Shakspeare's heroines. Clarke. 

822.3 C55N 

Girl's life eighty years ago. Bowne. 920.7 B68 

Girl's room, with plans and designs for work; by 

some friends of the girls, anon. J640 G44 

Gladden, Washington. Applied Christianity. 

204 G45 
Gladstone, Mrs, George. Boy who wondered. 

J2 G45 
Gladstone, W. E. Gleanings of past years. 

828 G45 
Glass Making. Sauza y. Wonders of glass- 
making. 666.1 Sa8 
Glazebrook, R. T. Physical optics. 635 G46 

— and Shaw, W. N. Practk»l physics. 530 G46 
Gleanings from a literary life. Bo wen. 814 B67 
Gleanings from Pontresina and the Upper E!nga- 

dine. Arnold. 914.94 Ar6 

Gleanings from the natural history of the ancients. 

Houghton. 590 H81G 

Gleanings in Europe; England. Cooper. 2 v. 

914.2 C78 
Gleanings in the fields of art Cheney. 709 C42 
Gleanings of past years. Gladstone. 828 G45 
Gleig, G. R. Subaltern. 2 G488 

Glimpses of ihree coasts. Jackson. 910.8 J 12 
Glimpses through the cannon-smoke. Forbes. 

828 F74 
Globe encyclopeBdIa; ed. by Ross. G v. R032 G51 
Glossary of terms used in Grecian, Roman, and 

Italian architecture. Parker. 720.3 P22 
Glossary to the works of William Shakq)eare. 

Dyee. 822.3 D98 

Glilmer, Claire von. Noble name. 3 G52N 

Go right on, girls! Ryder. 396 R97G 

Ctoadby, Edwin. England of Shakeqware. 

942 G53 
God. See Deity. 

God and the Bible. Arnold. 220 Ar6 

God and the future Ufe. IVordhoflT. 237 N75 
Godfrey, E. K. Island of Nantucket 917.44 G54 



Godwin, M. W. Letters to Imlay. 928.S 
Godwin, Parke. Biography of William 
Bryant. 2 v. 928.11 

Goethe, J. W. von. Novels and tales. 3 

— Wilhelm Meister^s apprenticeship 3 • 

— AuTOBiooBAPHT tr. by John Oxenf ord. 

928.32 

— BOTESEN. Goethe and Schiller. 928.32 

— Gbdcm. Life and times of Goethe. 

923.32 

— Lewes. Story of Goethe's life. 928.32 
Gold foil. Holland. 814 
Golden, W. E. Brief history of the English • 

82S 
Golden Chersonese. Bishop. 915.fi 

Golden legend. Longfellow. 81S 

Golden lotus. Greey. 398.2 

Golden West. Lothrop. J917.2 

Goldsmith, OHver. Deserted village. 821 

— Poetk»l works. 821 

— Vicar of Wakefield. S 

— Same. 2 

— Works. 82^ 

— Works; ed. by F^ter Cunningham. 2 v. 

828 

— Black. Goldonith. 928.22 
€ronconrt, Edmond, and Jules de. Sister 

mfene. 4 

Gooch, F. P. Miss Mordeck's father. 1 
Good, Arthur. Magic at home. 79( 

Good report Haven. 248 

Goodman, E. J. Too curious. 2 

Goodrich, C. A Select British eloquence. 

82; 
Goodrich, F. B. Ocean stories. J910.4 
Goodrich, S. G. {Ptter Parley.) Faggots 

fireside. 818 

— Parley^s present for all seasons. J I 

— Wanderers by sea and land. J818 
Croodwin, Chiistina. How they learned houc 

Jl 
Gordon, C. G. Forbes. Chinese Gordon. 

923.1! 

Gordon, G. H. Brook Farm to Cedar Moue 

the war of the Great Rebellion. 973.1 

— War diary of events in the Great Rebellio 

973.7 
Gordon, JuUen, pseud. See Crnger, Julia. 
Gordon, J. E. H. Electricity and magnetis 

531 

— Practical treatise on electric lighting. 

537.^ 
Gordon, L. J., comp. Catalogue of boob 

library [of] P. Lorillard & Co. ROU 
Gordon, Mary, ed. Christopher North ; a i 

of John Wilsqn. 928.28 

Gordon-Cnmming, C. F. See Cnmming, 

Gkxrdon- 
Gore, Charles, ed. Lux mundi. 23' 

Gore, George. Art of electro-metallurgy. 

537.( 



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GOSCUEN. 



GRECIABT. 



2 G73A 
2 Gr3C 
2 G73Gr 
2 G73J 
2 G73M 
2 GT3P 



Goeclieiiy G. J. Theory of foreign exchanges. 

332 GGO 
Gospel in the Stan. Seiss. 215 Se4 

Gospels. See Bible. 
Gossy W. L. Jed ; a boy*s adventures in the nrmy 

of »61-65. J973.T G69 

Gosae^ P. H. Evenings at the microscope. 

578 G60 
Gosson, Stephen. School of abuse. 820 G69 
Gottschalk, Clara. Notes of a pianist 910.8 G71 
GoQghy J. B. Autobiography and personal re- 

oollectians. 928.15 G72 

_ Sunlight and shadow. 928.15 G72S 

Gould, R. F. History of freemasonry. 6 v. 

366.4 G73 
Gould y Sabine Baring ArminelL 

— Court RoyaL 

— Grettir, the outlaw. 
'— John Herring. 

— Mehalah. 

— FiBonyooniequicks. 

— and Gilnuuiy Arthur. Story of Gtermany. 

943 G73 
Goaldins, F. R. Sapela Jl G73 

— Young marooners. Jl G73Y 
Gouraud, Julie. Four gold pieces. 4 G74 
Ck^veminent. See Politics and Govenimenl. 
GoTemmenl of M. Thiers. Simon. 2 v. 944 Si5 
Goweir, Lord R. C. Figure painters of Holland. 

927 G74 
Gowin^y K F. Five thousand miles in a sledge. 

915.7 G74 
C^owin^, Richard. Richard Cobden. 923.2 C63G 
Gracchi, Marius, and Sulla. Beesly. 937 B39 
Graduate in the University of Matrimony, 

pseud. See Hardy, E. J. 
Grady, H. W. New South. 917.3 G75 

Graham, William. Socialism, new and old. 

335 G76 
Oiammar. Flkmino. Analysis of the English lan- 
guage. 425 F62 

— Jkwkll. Grammatical diagrams. 425 J54 

— Morris and Bowsn. English grammar exer- 

cises. 425 M83 

See cdao English Language. 
Grammatography. Ballhom. 411 B21 

Grandeur and decadence of the Romans. Mon- 
tesquieu. 937 M76 
Grandpapa*88tories; or, Dame Nature. Saintine. 

590 Sa2 
Granite crags of California. Camming. 

917.94 C91 
Grant, Sir Alexander, Bart, Aristotle. 

888.5 G76 
888.3 G76 

2 G76A 
2 G76JII 
2 G76P 
2 G76V 
1 G76 
1 G76F 

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Giant, M. M. Artiste. 

-> My hearths in the Highhmda. 

— Prince Hugo. 

— Victor Lescar. 

Grant, Robert Average man. 

— Fteoetoface. 

(UJIQI) 



(■rantv Robert — cftntinvied. 

— JackHalL 

— Jack in the bush. 

— Knave of hearts. 

— Romantic young lady. 

— and others, King^s men. 



Jl G76J 

Jl G76Ja 

1 G76Kn 

1 G76R 

1 G76K 



Grant, U. S. Adams. Our standard bearer; life 
of General Grant. 923. 1 G70A 

— Badeau. Military history of UlysBes S. Grant. 
3v. 923.1 G76B 

— Demison. Farmer-boy; a life of U. S! Grant. 

923.1 G76D 

— Thayxb. From tannery to the White House; the 
life of Ulysses S. Grant. 923.1 G76T 

Grape culturist Fuller. 634 F95 

Graphic arts. Hamerton. 701 HI 7 

Gray, Asa. How plants behave. » 581 G79H 

— How plants grow. 581 G79Ho 

— Manual of botany. 580 G79 

— School and field book of botany. 580 G79S 
Gray, Ellis, pseud. See Cragin, L. T. 
Graf, G. Z. Children's crusade. 940 G79 
Gray, Henry. Anatomy, descriptive and suiigicaL 

R611 G79 
Gray, Thomas. Poetical works, in 821 G57G 
Great African travellers. Kingston and Low. 

J916 K61 

Great Britain. Badkkeb, ed. Great Britain. 

914.2 Bi4G 
See also England ;— Europe. 

Great cities of the ancient world. Smith. 

913.3 Sm5 
Great cities of the modem world. 

Great Civil War. 8 v. Tomes. 

Great composers. Butterworth. 

Great conversers. Mathews. 

Great events of history. Collier. 

Great fire of London. De Foe. 

Great-grandmother's girls in New France. Champ- 

ney. J971 C35 

Great - grandmother^s girls in New Mexica 

Champney. J978.9 €35 

Great industries of the United States. Greeley, 

and others, 609 G81 

Great lone land. Butler. 917.1 B97G 

Great movements and those who achieved them. 

Nicoll. 
Great South. King. 
Great tone poete. Crowest. 
Great violinists and pianists. 
Great whiskey ring. JIIcDoi 
Great words from gpreat Americans, anon. 

329 G79 
Grecian and Roman mythology. Dwight. 

292 D96 
Grecian Archipelago. Cox. Isles of the princes. 

914.99 C83I 

— Field. Greek islands and Turkey after the war. 

914.99 F45 



Smith. 




J910.8 


Sm5 


973.7 


T59 


927 


B98 


814 J!I42Gr 


900 


€69 


in 828 


D36 



923 


N51 


917.3 


K58 


927 


€88 


Ferris. 927 


F41 


lid. 973.8 


M14 



GREECE* 



GRIFFIS. 



Greece* Abbott. Pericles and the Gk>lden Age of 
Athens. 038 Ab2 

— BoNincB. Child's history of Greece. J938 B64 

— BB&DIF. Demosthenes. 938 B74 

— Cox. Athenian Empire. 938 C83 

— Cox. Greeks and the Persians. 938 C83Gr 

— CXJBTKIS. Rise of the Macedonian Empire. 

938 €942 

— CUBTins. History of Greece. 5 v. 938 C94 

— Falke. Greece and Rome; their life and art. 

R913.3 F18 

— "FUTLAY. History of Greece from ite conquest by 

the Crusaders to its conquest by the Turks, and 
of the Empire of Trebizond. 049.5 F49 

— FiNiiAY. History of Greece under Othoman and 

Venetian domination. 949.5 F49H 

— Pyffe. History of Greece. 938 F99 

— Grote. History of Greece. 12 v. 938 G91 

— GuHL and KoirxB. Life of the Greeks and 

Romans. 913*3 G93 

^Hanson. Land of Greece. 914.95 H19 

— Hahrison. Story of Greece. 938 H24 

— Lttton. Athens; its rise and faU. • 038 L99 

— Mahafft. Old Greek life. 913*38 M27 

— Mahafft. Rambles and studies in Greece. 

014*05 M27 

— Mahaffy. Social life in Greece. 038 M27S 

— Mahafft. Story of Alexander^ Empire. 

038 M27St 

— Sankky. Spartan and Theban supremacies. 

038 Sa5 

— ScHUEXANK. Mycenas. 013*38 Sch3 

— Sergeant. Greece. 014*05 Se6 

— SERQEAinr. New Greece. 014*05 Se6N 

— Thiblwall. History of Greece. 2 v. 038 T34 

— TiMAYENis. History of Greece. 2 v. 038 T48 

— WiLLSON, ed. Mosaics of Gredan history. 

038 W60 

Greek anthok)gy. Barges, tr. 880.8 BOl 

Greek anthology. Neaves* 880.8 N27 

— Same. in 883.2 D28H 
Greek Church. Stanley. Lectures on the his- 
tory of the Eastern Church. 281 St2 

Greek islands and Turkey after the war. Field* 

014.00 F45 
Greek Langaage* See Dictionaries* 
Greek Litenitiire* Jebb. Greek literature. 

880 J34 

— Jeyons. History of Greek literature. 880 J 53 

— Mahaffy. History of classical Greek literature. 

3v. 880 JII27 

— Neaves. Greek anthokigy. 880.8 N27 

— Symonds. Studies of the Greek poets. 2 v. 

880 SyG 
Greek wit Faley* 887 P17 

Greeks and Persiansw Cox. 038 C83Gr 

Greeley, Horace. American conflict. 2 v. 

073.7 G81 

— and others. Great industries of the United 

States. 600 G81 

— Pabton. Life of Horace Greeley. 030.5 c;8ir 



Greely, A. W. American weather. 551*5 G81 

— Three years of Arctic service. 2 v. 010*8 G81 
Green, A,K, See Rohlfs, A. K. (G.). 

Green, J. R. Conquest of England. 042 G82 

— History of the English people. 4 y. 042 G82H 

— Making of England. 042 G829I 
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501 G85 

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808 G85 
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660 G85M 

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J015.2 G86 
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G. N. T. Grenville, Baron, 
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C. H. 
Grey, Maxwell, pseud. In the heart of the storm. 

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try. 510 G87N 

(;riffi8, W. E. Corea, the hermit nation. 

015*10 G87 



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Grote. 928.28 G91 

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928.28 G91 
Grove, Sir G^eorge, ed. Dictionary of music and 

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Bingham. 330 C91 

Growth of the steam-engine. Thurston. 

621.1 T42 
GuenoeryC. F. Boys of Eaglewood. Jl G93B 
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Gnhly Emsty and Koner, Wilhelm. Life of the 

Greeks and Bocnans. 913.3 G93 

Guide book to the poetic and dramatic works of 

Robert Browning, anon, 821.83 C77 

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ler*. 914.3 B14E 

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914.5 B14 



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Sco also Travels and Voyages. 
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authors. Hodgkins. 820 H66 

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944 G94 

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928.48 G94 

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religious experience of Madame de la Mothe 

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013 B39 

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See aUo Athletics. 
Gypsies. Leland. Gypsies. 397 Ii53 

— SiMBON. History of the gipsies. 397 Si5 



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II.9 H. See Jackson, H. M. (F.). H. 
Ilabbeiton, John. Bowsham puzzle. 1 HUB 

— Dracton's Bayou. 1 HllBr 

— CJouldnt say no. 1 HllCo 

— Ck)untry luck. 1 HllC 

— George Washington. 023.1 W27H 
>- Helen's babies. 1 HllU 

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Httckcl, E. H. Evolution of man. 2 v. 575 H12 

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3 HUE 
Had ley 9 James. Introduction to Roman law. 

349 nil 

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Haifa ; or, Life in modem Palestine. Oliphant. 

915.6 013H 
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Haile, Ellen. See Mallory, E. (H.). 
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Hale, £. TL—continued. 

— Our new crusade. 

— Philip Nolan's friends. 

— Seven Spanish cities. 

— Stories of adventure. 

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— Stories of invention. 

— Stories of the sea. 

— Stories of war. 

— Sybaris and other homes. 



1 H130 

1 H13P 

914.6 H13 

J910.8 HIS 

J910.4 H13 

J608 H13 

J910.4 H13S 

J973.7 H13 

334 H13 



— Ten times one is ten; the possible reformation. 

1 H13T 

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J917.4 H13 

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J916.2 H13 

— and Susan. Family flight through France, Gcr 

many, Norway, and Switzerland. J914 H13 

— and Susan. Family flight through Mexico. 

J917.2 U13 

— and Susan. Story of Spain. 946 H13 
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— Peterkin papers. Jl H132P 

— ed. Art-needlework for decorative embroidery. 

746 H13 
Hale , Nathan. Lossiitg. Two spies ; Nathan Halo 
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Hale, Susan. Family flight thro' Spain. 

J914.6 H132 

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Hal^yy, Ludovic. Abb^ Constantln. 4 HIS 
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508 E88 
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942 K74 
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and others. 504 H98H 

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Morris. 810.8 M83 

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808.8 K74 
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J910.8 F92 
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578 L35 
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R523.8 P94H 
Half hours with the telescxipe. Proctor. 

523 P94H 

Haliburton, T. C. (Sam Slick.) Americans at 

home. 817 H14 



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HARDY. 



Halibiurton, T. C.—<iontinued. 

— Clockmaker. 

— Nature and hnxnaii nature. 

— Old judge. 

— Season tickat. 

— Traits of American humor. 



817 H14C 
817 H14N 
817 H140 
817 H14S 
817 HUT 



Halketty Samuel, and I^aing, John. DicUoDaiy of 

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940 H16 
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Hamilton, Alexander. Lodob. Alexander Ham- 
ilton. 3v. 923 H18L 

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923.2 H18M 



Hamilton, Alexander, a$id oihen, Foederalist ; 

ed. by Dawson. 342.73 H18D 

Hamilton, Gail, jMeud. See l>oclge, M. A. 
Hamilton, Walter. Poets laureate of England. 

928.21 H18 
Hamilton, 8Ur "William. Lectures on metaphysics. 

110 H18 
Hamilton, W. G., oomp. Useful information for 

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Hamilton speaker. Branch. 808 B73 

Hamlet; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. Shakspeare. 

822.33 R7 

Hammond, H. H. {Henri DoMffi.) Georgians. 

1 H18 
Hammond, W. A. Dtseaaos of the nervous system. 

616 H18 

-^ Doctor Grattan. 1 H182 

~LaL 1 H182L 

— Mr. Oldmixon. 1 H182M 

— On the SusquehamuL 1 H1820 

— Strong-minded womaxL 1 H182S 
Hampden, John. Nvoxnt. Memorials of John 

Hampden. 923.2 H183 

Hancock, W. S. Junkin and Norton. Life of 

Winfield Scott Hancock. 923.5 H19 

Handbook of legendary and mythological art 

Waters. 755 W31 

Handbook of the United States nayy. Osbon. 

359 Osl 
Handel, G. F. Culbkb. HandeL 927 H19C 
Handy helps, no. 1 ; a manual of curious and inter- 
esting information. South wick. 802 So8 
Hanging of the crane. Longfellow. 811 I«86H 
Hannibal, Carthaginian Oeneral, Abbott. His- 
tory of Hannibal, the Carthaginian. 

J023.5 H192A 

— DODOX. Hannibal. 937 D66 
Hansa towns. Zimmem. 943 .Z6 
Hansard, T. C, and others. History of the pro- 

ceeses of manufacture and uses of printing, gas- 
light, pottery, glass, andiron. 609 HIO 
Hanson, C. H. Land of Greece. 914.95 H19 
Uapgood, I. F., tr. and ed. Epic songs of Russia. 

891.71 H21 
Happy thoughts. Bnmand. 827 B93 

Harbison, M. Elements of soology. 591 H21 
Harconrt, Marquess de. Memoir of the Duchem 
of Orleans. 923.2 Or5 

Hardcastle, M. S., ed. Life of John, Lord Camp- 
belL 2v. 923.4 C15 

Harder, Ludwig. Family feud. 3 H21F 

Hardwich, T. F. Manual of photographic chem- 
istry. 771 H22 
Hardy, A. S. But yet a woman. 1 H22B 

— Passe Rose. 1 H22P 
.— Wind of destiny. 1 ^2ZW 

Hardy, LD. Not easUy jealous.^ 2 H222N 

Hardy, Lady M. D. Through pities and prairie 

lands. 917.3 U22 



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Ilardfy E. J. How to be happy though married; 
by a Graduate in the University of Matrimony. 

173 H22 
Hardy, R. S. Manual of Budhism. 204 H22 
Hardy, Thomas. Desperate remedies. 2 H22D 

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~ Hand of Ethelberta. 2 H22H 

— Laodicean. 2 H22L 

— Pair of blue eyes. 2 H22P 

— Return of the natiye. 2 H22R 

— Trumpet-major. 2 H22T 

— Two on a tower. 2 H22Tw 

— Under the greenwood tree. 2 H22U 
Hare, A. J. C. Days near Rome. 014.5 H22 

— Florence. 914.5 H22F 

— Life and letters of Frances, BarooesB Bunaen. 

028.26 B88 

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— Venice. 014.5 H22y 

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— Walks in Rome. 014.6 H22W 

— Wanderings in Spain. 014.6 H22 
Hargreaves, WiUiam. Our wasted resources. 

178 H22 
Harlandy Henry. {/SUdney IauJco,) Two voices. 

1 H222T 

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Harland, Marion, paetuL See Terhane, M. V. 

(H.) 
Harmony. See Mnsic. 

Harmony of interest Carey. 390 C18H 

Harmony of the Bible with science. Kinns. 

215 K62 
Harmony of the four Goq)els. Robinson. 

226.1 R56 
Harmony of the four Gospels in English. Gardiner. 

226.1 G16 

Harpety H. A. Bible and modem discoveries. 

220.03 H23 

Harper's new monthly magaaine. 1850-date. v. 

1-date with index. R051 H23 

NoTS. To bo oontliiiwd. 

Harrinuuiy Walter. Travels and observations in 
the Orient 010.8 H23 

Harrington, G. F., pseud. See Baker, W. M. 
Harris, A. B. American authors for young folks. 

J028.1 H24 

— Old school-days. 818 H24 

— Pleasant authon for young folks. J028.2 H24 

— WildflowersL 580 H24 
Harris, George. Civilisatian as a adenoe. 300 H24 
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308.3 H24 

— Free Joe, and other Georgian sketches. 1 H24F 

— Minga 1 H24JII 

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308.3 H24U 
Harris, H.C. Frank Warrington. 1 U243F 

— Happy-go-hicky. 1 H243H 
^Looi^ last term at St. Mary's. 1 H243li 



HART£. 




• 

Harris, M. C— continued. 




— Missy. 

— Perfect Adonis. 


1 
1 


— Phoebe. 


1 J 


— Richanl Vandermarok. 


1 


— Rutledge. 

— StPhiUps. 

— Sutherlands. 


1 ] 

1 
1 



Harris, T. W. Treatise on insects inji 
vegetation. 505 

Harrison, Agnes. Martin's Vineyard. 2 
Harrison, C. C. Anglomaniacs. 1 

— Bar Harbor days. 1 

— Bric-a-brac stories. J 1 

— Flower de hundred. 1 

— Golden-rod. 1 

— Old-fashioned fairy book. J 1 

— Story of Helen Troy. 1 
Harrison, Frederic. Choice of books, ai 

literary pieces. 82^ 

— Oliver CramwelL 023. 1 
Harrison, J. A. Story of Greece. 9t 
Harrison, J. B. Certain dangerous tend 

American life. 3« 

Harrison, Mrs. William. {Lucas Malet.) 

Enderby^s wife. S 

— Wages of sin. 2 
Harrison, W. J. History of photography 

r 

Harsha, D. A. Most eminent orators ax 
men of ancient and modem times. 023 
Hart, Mrs, Mrs. Jemingham^s journal. 8! 
Hart, Mabel. Two English girls. 2 

Hartc, Bret See Hartc, F. B. 
Harte, F. B. By shore and sedge. 1 

— Condensed novels and stories. I 

— Crusade of the Excelsior. 1 

— East and West poems. 811 
-Echoes of the foothills. 811 

— Flip.— Found at Blazing Star. 1 

— Gabriel Conroy. 1 

— Heritage of Dedlow Marsh. 1 

— In the Carquinez woods. 

— Lack of Roaring Camp, and other sketcl 

1 

— Luck of Roaring Camp, and other storiet 

1 

— Maru ja. 1 

— Millionaire of Rough-and-Ready. — ^DevU 

1 

— Mrs. Shaggs^s husbands, and other sketcl 

1 

— On the frontier. 1 

— Phyllis of the Sierras. — Drift from : 

Camp. 1 

— Poems. 811 

— Poetical works ; including the drama of 

men of Sandy Bar. HI 1 

— Queen of the pirate isle. J 1 

— Snow-bound at Eaglets. 1 

— Story of a mine. 1 



nm 



HARTE. 



HAWTHORNE. 



Harte* F. B.— eon<tnii«d, 

— Tales of the ArgonautB. 

— Thankfal BloflBomu 

-> Twins of Table Mountain. 
-> Waif of the plains. 

— Ward of the Gk>lden Gkite. 



1 H25T 
1 H25Th 

1 H25TW 
1 H25W 

1 H25Wa 



Hartingy J. E. British animals extinct within his- 
toric times. 599 H25 

Hartford Young Men's Institute , Hartford^ 
Conn. Catalogue of the library. R019 H25 

Hartlef » C. B. Life of Daniel Boone. 

923.9 B64H 
Hartlef , H. (L.). Christy Carew. 2 H25C 

-> Hitters, Tatters, and the Counsellor. 2 H25F 
~ Qeoif^ Stirling. 2 H25G 

HartmanBy Franz. Talking image of Urur. 

3 H252T 
Hartmaany Merits. Last days of a king. 3 H25 
HartneryEva. Severa. 3 H2518 

Hartwig, Oeorg. Denizens of the deep. 591 H252 
~ Dwellers in the Arctic regions. 919.8 H25 

— Sea monsters and sea birds. 591 H252S 

— Subterranean world. 551 H25 
~ Volcanoes and earthquakes. 551.2 H252 
_ Wild animals of the tropics. 540 H252W 

— Winged life in the tropics. 598.2 H252Wi 
Harrard graduates whcnn I have known. Pea- 

bodf. 920 P31 

HarYey, Fister. Reminiscences and anecdotes of 

Daniel Webster. 923.2 W39H 

Harwoody J. B, Lady Egeria. 2 H26L 

Hasheesh eater. Lndlow. 818 L96 

Uaslncky P. N. Clock jobber's handybook. 

681 H27C 

— Mechanic^ workshop handybook. 671 H27M 

— Metal tumer^s handybook. 621.9 H27JII 

— Pattern maker's handybook. 671 H27P 

— Watch jobber's handybook. 68 1 H27 W 

— Wood turner's handy book. 621.9 H27W 
Hassard, J. R. O. Life of the Rt. Rev. John 

Hu|^ 922 H87 

Hassanrek, Frederick. Four years among Spanish- 
Americans. 918.6 H27 

— Secret of the Andes. 1 H27 
Haswell, C. H. Mechanics' and engineers' pocket- 
book of tables, rules, and formulas. 620 H27 

— Mechanics' tables. 531 H27 

— Mensuration and practical geometry 511 H27 
Hatch, Edwin. Organization of the early Christian 

dmrches. 270.2 H28 

Hatfieldy R. G. American house carpenter. 

694 H28 
HattOB, Joseph. By order of the Czar. 2 H28B 
HattOBy Thomas. Hints for sketching in water 

colars from nature. 751 H28 

Haapty L. M. Move for better roads. 625 R34 
Haasrath, AdoU. (Charge Taylor,) Antinous. 

3 H29 
Haveloek, Sir Henry. Phillips. Sir Henry 
Havokxsk and Colin Campbell, Lord Clyde. 

923.5 H29P 



Haven, A. (B.) N. {Cautin Aliee,) Canteotment 
better than wealth. Jl N25C 

— Good report 248 H29T 

— H<Hne stories. Jl H29H 

— Richards. Cousin Alice ; a memoir of Alice B. 

Haven. 928.13 H29 

Haven , Gilbert. Our next-door neighbor ; Mexico. 

917.2 H29 
Haverhill, Man.—Publio Library, Catalogue. 

R019 H29 
-> Ist-ad Bullethis. R019 H29B 

Hawaii. Chankt. Aloha. 919.69 €36 

— CUJUCVEK. Life in the Sandwich islands. 

919.69 €41 

— CxnoaNG. Fire fountains. 919.69 €91 
Haweis, H. R. American humorists. 

928.17 H31 

— Music and morals. 780 H31 

— My musical memories. 927 H31 
Hawley,F. B. Capital and population. 331 H31 
Hawthorne, Julian. Constance.— Calbot*s rival 

1 H312€o 

— Confessions and criticisms. 814 H31 

— David Poindexter^s disappearance. 1 H312D 

— Dust 1 H312DQ 

— Fortune's fooL 1 H312F 

— Love — or a name. 1 H312L 

— Nathaniel Hawthorne and his wife. 2 v. 

928.13 H31H 

— Pauline. 1 H312P 

— Prince Sanmi^s wife.— Pearl shell necklace. 

1 H312Pr 
Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Blithedale romance. 

1 H31 

— Dr. Grimsbawe*s secret 1 H31D 

— DoUiver romance, and other pieces. 1 H31Do 

— DoUiver romance. — Fkmshawe.— Septimius Felton. 

1 H31Do2 

— Fanshawe, and other pieces. 1 H31F 

— French and Italian note-books. 914 H31 

— Grandfather's chair. 1 H3 IGr 

— Gray champion, and other stories and sketches. 

1 H31G 

— House of the seven gables. 1 H31H 

— House of the seven gables. — Snow-image, and 

other twice-told tales. 1 H31H2 

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— Mosses from an old manse. 1 H31J!Io 

— Our old home.— Septimius Felton. 914.2 H310 

— Passages from American note-books. 

917.3 H31 

— PftsBages from English note-books. 914.2 H31 

— Scarlet letter.— Blithedale romance. 1 H31Sc 

— Snow image, and other twice-told tales. 

1 H31Sn 

— Tales, sketches, and other papers. 1 H31Ta 

— Tanglewood tales. Jl H31 

— True stories. Jl H31Tr 

— Twice-told tales. 1 H31Tw 

— Wonder-book. Jl H31W 
-James. Hawthorne. 928.13 H31J 



010) 



HAWTHORNE. 



\.- 



HENDERSON. 



Hawthorne 9 Nathaniel— confmved. 

r7- Lathbop. Study of Hawthorne. 813 H31 

r-and Hawthorne, S. A. (P.) Hawthorne, 

Julian. Nathaniel Hawthorne and his wife. 

2y. 928.13 H13H 

Hay, John. Castilian days. 914.6 H32 

Haydn, Joseph. Dictionary of dates. R002 H32 
Haydon, B. R. Stoddard, cd. Life, letters, and 

table talk of Benjamin Robert Haydon. 

927 H32 
Hayes, A. A. Nev.* Colorado and Santa F^ trail. 

917.88 H32 
Hayes, L L Cast away in the cold. J 1 H32C 

— Open polar sea. 919.8 H320 
Haynes, J. K Pseudonyms of authors. 

R014 H33 
Hays, J. W., and o<A«rs. InperiL J910 H33 
Hay ward, Abraham. Sketches of eminent states- 
men and writers. 923.2 H33 
Hazard, R. 6. Freedom of mind in willing. 

159 H33 
Hazard, Samuel. Cuba with pen and pencil. 

917.29 H33 

HaseU's annual, 1801. R032 H33 

Hazen, W. B. School and the army in Germany 

and France. 355 H33 

Hazlitt, William. Lectures on English poets and 

comic writers. 828 H32 

— Life of Napoleon Bonaparte. 2 v. 

923.1 N16Ha 

— Literature of the age of Elisabeth. 820 H32 

— Table-talk. 824 H32 
Head, J. H., ed. Jewels of the mind. 821 H34 
Head, P. R. Van Dyck. 927 V28 
Headley, J. T. Mountain adventures. 

J910.8 H34 
~ Napoleon and his marshals. 923. 1 H34N 

— Washington and his generals. 923.1 H34W 
Headley, P. C. Fighting Phil; life of P. H. 

Sheridan. J923.5 Sh5H 

— Island of fire. 949.1 H34 

— Life of General Lafayette. 923.2 1.13H 

— Life of Mary, Queen of Scots. 923.1 JII36H 

— Life of Napoieon Bonaparte. 923. 1 N 16H 

— Life of the Empress Josephine. 923. 1 J77H 

— Women of the Bible. 922 H34 
Headship of Christ Miller. 285.2 JII61 
Health. See Hygiene. 

Health; a handbocA for households and schools. 
Smith. 613 Sm5 

Health end strength for girls. SafTord. 396 Sal 
Health hints to women. Schott. 618 8ch6 

Healy, Mary. ^S^ Bigot, M. (H.) 
Heam, Lafcadia Some Chinese ghosts. 

398 H3580 
~ Stray leaves from strange literature. 

398 H35St 

— Youma. 1 H35Y 
Heart of Africa. Schweinfurth. 2 ▼. 

916.2 8ch9 
Heart of Merrie England. Stone. 914.2 St7 



Heart of the White Mouhtaints. Drake* 

R917.42 D78 
Heat. Cazin. Phenomena and laws of heat 

536 C31 

— Maxwkix. Theory of heat 536 JII45 

— Mktcalfe. Caloric. 536 M56 

— Ttndall. HeatamodeofmotlOD. 536 T97H 

— T7NDALL. Molecular i^ysios in the domain uf 

radiant heat. 536 T97 

Heath, R.F. Attxrecht IKirer. 927 I>93 

— Titian. 927 T53 
Heating and Ventilation. Baldwin. Hot-water 

heating and fitting. 697 B19 

— Baldwin. Steam heating for buikUngs. 

697 B19S 

— BiLUNOS. Principles of ventilatioD and heating. 

697 B49 

— Butler. Ventilation of buildings. 697 B97 

— Hood. Warming buildings. 628 H76 

— Leeds. Treatise on ventilation. 697 Ij51 

— Morrison. Ventilation and warming of school 

buildings. 697 JII83 

— SCHT7MANN. v^niiiti of heating and ventilation. 

628 Sch8 

— Steam heating problems; from the Sanitary En- 

gineer, anon, 628 St3 

Hcaton,J. L. Story of Vermont 974.3 H35 
Heaton, M. M. (K.) Concise history of painting. 

750 1135 
Heaven, L. P. Chata and Chinita. 1 H352C 
Hector, A. F. (T.) {Mrs. Alexander.) Blind fate. 

2 H35D 

— By woman's wit 2 H35By 

— Crooked path. 2 H35C 

— Life interest 2 H35L 

— Mona*s choice. 3 H35III 
-Second life. 2 H36S 

— Woman's heart 2 H35Wo 
HeddaOabler. Ibeen. 839.82 Ib7H 
Hedge, F. H. Primeval world of Hebrew tradi- 
tion. 232 H35 

Ileilprin, Angelo. Geological evidences of evolu- 
Uon. 575 H36 

Heilprin, Louis, ad. Historical reference book. 

R909 H36 
Heimbnrf,W., i>seud. /See Behrens, Bertha. 
Heine, Heinrich. SdntillationB. 838 H36 

— Travel pictures. 914.3 H36 
Hellwald, Frederick, von. Central America, West 

Indies, and South America. 918 H36B 

Helme, Elizabeth. St Clair of the ides. 

in 2 P838 
Helmholtz, H. L. F. Lectures on scientific sub- 
jects. 504 H36 
Helps, Arthur. IvandeBiron. 2 H36I 

— Spanish conquest in America. 970 H36 

— Story of Reabnah. « H368 
Helwig, C. Theatrum historicnm et chronologi- 

cum. B002 HSC 

Hemans, F. D. (B.) Complete works. 821 H37 
Henderson, Isaac Prelate. 1 H38P 



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UIBBERD. 



HendenioBy PBter. Garden and farm topics. 

635 H38 

— Gardening for pleanire. 635 U38G 

— Gardening for profit 635 H38Ga 

— Huidbook of plants. 581 H38 

— Practical floricolturs. 716 H38 
Hcndcnon, W. J. Story of music. 780.9 H38 
Henkel, Friedrika. Mistress of Ibicbstein. 3 H38 
Henrir V., King of England. TowuB. History of 

Henxy the Fifth. 923.1 H3952T 

HenrrVlll,, King of England, Hkrbxst. Memoir 

of Uenry tho Eighth. 023.1 H3982H 

Henry IV., King of France, Abbott. History of 

Henry the Fourth. J923.1 H3944A 

Henry, Fatrick. Wibt. Life and character of 

Ffttrick Henry. 923.2 H39W 

HenslciWy George. Origin of floral structures. 

581 H39 
Henty^G. A. Bonnie Prince Charlie. J2 H39B 

— BraTest of the brave. J2 H39Br 

— By England's aid. J2 H39Bc 

— By pike and dyke. J2 H39Bz 

— By right of ccnquest J2 H39Bc 

— By sheer pluck. J2 H39By 

— Captain Bay l^'k heir. J2 H39C 

— Cat <tf Bubastes. J2 H39Ca 

— ChiHPter of adventures. J2 H39Ch 

— Curse of Camels Hold. 2 H39C 

— Dragon and the raven. J2 H39D 

— F^ichig death. J2 H39F 

— Final reckoning. J2 H39Fi 

— For name and fame. J2 H39Fo 

— For the temple. J2 H39Fr 

— Hidden foe. 2 H39H 

— In freedom^ cause. J2 H39I 

— In the Beign of Terror. J2 H39In 

— Lia.of StMark. J2 H39L 

— Lion of the North. J2 H39Li 

— Maori and settler. J2 H39M 

— One of the 28th ; tales of Waterkxx J2 H390 

— Orange and green. J2 H390r 

— St George for England. J2 H39S 

— Sturdy and strong. J2 H39St 

— Tales <tf daring and danger. J2 H39T 

— Throufi^ the fray. J2 H39Th 

— True to the old flag. J2 H39Tr 
~ Under Drake's flag. J2 H39U 

— With Clive in India. J2 H39W 
^ With Lee in Virginia. J2 H39Wi 
^ With Wolf in Canada. J2 H39Wt 

— Yams on the beach. J2 H39Y 
— Young Carthaginian. J2 H39Yo 
Hepwprth, G. H. Starboard and port. 917 H42 
Hepworthy T. C. Book of the lantern. 

535.8 H41 

HenUdry* See Genealogy and Heraldry. 
Herbert, O. B. C, and Klngsley, G. H. South- 
sea babbles. 919.6 H41 
Herbert, H, W. (JFrank Foreater,) Fair puritan. 

1 H41F 



Herbert, H. W. — ccnUinued. 

— MemoirB of Henry VIIL, of England. 

923.1 H3982H 

— OUver CromwelL 923. 1 C88He 
Herder, J. G., and others. Oriental fairy tales. 

J3 H41 

Heredity. Cook. Heredity, with preludes on 

current events. 575 C77 

— DuGDAUC. "Jukes." 364 D87 

— Galton. English men of sdenoe. 136 G 13 

— Galton. Hereditary genius. 136 G13n 
Heringy Carl. Principles of dynamo-electric 

marhinflH. 537.8 H42 

Hermits. Kingsley. 922 K61 

Herodotns. Boys' and girls' Herodotus; ed. by 

J. & White. J888.1 W58 

— History ; ed. by Bawlinson and others, v. 4. 

888.1 R19 

— Stories of the East ; ed. by A. J. Church. 

J888.1 C47 

— Stories of the Persian war ; od. by A. J. Church. 

J888.1 €478 

— SwAYinB. Herodotus. 888.1 Sw2 

— Same, 888.1 Sw2H 
Heroes and hero worship. Carlyle. 824 C19H 
Heroes ; or, Greek fairy tales. Kingsley. 

J292 K61 
Herricky C. T. Housekeeping made easy. 

640 H43 

— Liberal living upon narrow means. 641 H43 
HerrickyS. B. Earth in past ages. 551 H43 
Herricky S. E. Some heretics of yesterday. 

922 H43 

Herring, GeiUes, and Ross, Martin. Irish cousin. 

2v. 2 H43I 

Herschel, C. L. Hsbschel, Ifrs. M. C' Memoirs 

and correspondence of Caroline HerscheL 

925 H43 

Herschel, Sir J. F. W., BarL Outlines of astron- 
omy. 520 H43 

— Preliminary discourse on the study of natural 

philosophy. 530 H44 

Herffchcl, Mrs, M. C. Memoir and correspond- 

enoo of Caroline HerscheL 925 H43 

Hervey, A. B. Sea mosses. 589 H44 

— Wayside flowers and ferns; with water-color 

drawings by Isaac Sprague. 580 H44W 

Hervien, Paul. Flirt 4 H44 

Hesiod. Works; tr. by J. Banks. 883.2 B22 

— Davisb. Hesiod and Theognis. 883.2 D28 

— <Sdm«. 883.2 D28H 
Hesse- Wartegg, Ernst von. Tunis, the land and 

its people. 916.1 H46 

Hetherington, Helen, and Barton, H. D. Paul 

Nugent, materialist. 2 H47 

Heyse, PauL Childrenof the world. 3 1151 
Heywood,J. C. I^adyMerton. 2 H51L 

HIbberd , Shirley. Book of the aquarium. 

590 1152 

— Fern garden. 587 1152 
^ Field flowers. 580 1152 



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HISTORY. 



Hickey, William, ed. Constitution of the United 
States. 342.73 H52 

Hickok9L.P. Empirical p^chology. 150 H52 
-- Horol sdenoe. 170 H52 

HickSyC. 8. Yachts, boats, and canoes. 699 H52 
Hi8:bee,I). In " God's conntay." 1 H53I 

Higi^nson, S. J. Princess of Java. 1 H53P 
Hi^giiisoiiy T. W. American expknrerB, 

J917.3 H53 

— Army life in a black regiment 973.7 fl53 

— Hints on writing and speech-making. 808 H53 

— Larger history of the United States of America. 

973 H53L 

— Short studies of American authors. 810.4 H53 

— TraveUers and outlaws. 973 H53T 

— Young folks' history of the United States. 

J973 H53Y 
Higher Christian education. Dwight. 

370.1 1>96 
Higher education of women in Europe. Lange. 

376 ^26 
Higher schools and universitieH in Qermanj. Ar- 
nold. 378.43. Ar6 
Highways and byways. Gibson. R917.4 G35 
Highways of Uterature. Pryde. 028 P95 
Hildreth, lUchard. History of the United States 
ofAmerica. 6y. 970 H54 
-- Theory of poUticB. 320 H54 
Hill, B.J. Waiddngton Irving. 928.17 Ir8H 

— William CuUen Bryant 928.11 B84H 
Hill of stones, and other poems. MitchelL 

811 M69 
HiilardyG.S. Six months in Italy. 914.5 H55 
Hiilebrand, KarL German thou^t 193 H56 
Ilillem, W. (B.) van. Ernestine. 3 H55E 

— Graveyard flower. 3 H55G 

— Higher than the church. 3 H55H 

— Hour will oome. 3 H55Ho 

— OnlyagirL 3 H550 
Hindu literature ; or, The ancient books of India. 

Reed. 891.43 R25 

Hindu Philosophy. See Philosophy. 
Hinton, J. H. History of the United States of 

America. 8 v. 973 H69 

HintODy R. J. T^^^^**' Radical leaders. 

923.2 H59 
Hints for home reading. Wamer, and others. 

028 W24 

Hints on the drainage and sewerage of dwellings. 

Gerhard. 628 G31 

Hints on writing and speech-making. Higginson. 

808 H53 
Hlomsy A. H. Mixed metals or metallic alloys. 

069 H61 
Historic Americans. Paricer. 923.1 P22 

Historic boys. Brooks. J923 B79 

Historic ghrls. Brooks. J923 B79H 

Historic hand-^xxdc of the Northern tour. Park- 
man. 970 P23H 
Historic mansions of Philadelphia. Westcott. 

917.48 W52 



Historic note-book, with appendix of 

Brewer. R9( 

Historic waterways. Thwaites. 917 
Historical eloge of James Watt Arago. 

926 
Historical geography of the United States 

Conn. 91 

Historical reference book. Heilprin. 

R90 
Historical relicsof the White Moontains. 1 

ing. 917.' 

Historical tales of the wan of Sootlan 

arum, 94 

Historical view of the American Ben 

Greene. 973. 

History. Oeneral Works, 

— Adaitb. CSutsiological chart of andent, 

and Biblical history. R9C 

— APAiffB. Manual of historical literature. 

R016. 

— Aboher. Dedsive events in history. 9( 

— Arnold. Lectures on modem history. 9( 

— Atkinson. On history and the study of 

9t 

— Bbxwxr. Historic note-book, with app 

batttes. R9( 

^ Brooks. Chivalrio days. JfK 

— Chambers. Book of days. R9< 

— GOLXJXR. Great events of history. 9( 

— Creast. Decisive battles of the world. 9( 

— Drafbb. Intellectual development of £ 

9( 

— DuYCKiivcK. History of the world. 9( 

— Egoleston. Strange stories from his 

young people. J9< 

— Gnjf AN. Magna Charia stories. J9( 

— Heii:j*rin. Historical reference book. 

R90 

— JOHONNOT. Stories of other lands. J9< 

— JOHONNOT. Ten great events in history. 

90f 

— Knox. Decisive battles since Waterloo. 

9C 

— Labberton. Kew historical atlas and 

history. R9] 

— Mahan. Influence of sea power upon hj 

90 

— Morgan. Ancient society. 90 

— Ploetz. Epitome of ancient, modem, a 

ffival history. 9( 

— Rand. Deeds worth telling. J9C 

— RmPATH. CyclopeBdia of universal histc 

9C 

— SCHLXOEL. Lectures on modem history, 

90 

— SHT7CKFORD. Sacred and profane histor 

world. 9( 

^ Thalhsdcer. General history. 9( 

— Thalhehcer. Mediaeval and modem hi 

909 



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— Thompson. Nineteen Christian oentnries. 

900 T37 

— Triioa. PrimitiYe culture. 001 TOT 

— Whxklxr. Ckmrse of empire. 000 W56 

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— Kkabt. NfttioDS around. 035 K2I 

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— LKNORKAirr and Chsvallieb. Ancient history 

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— RAOOSnr. Story of BCedia, Babylon, and Persia. 

035 R12M 

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Assyria. 000 RIO 

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— Satce. Ancient empires of the East 035 SaO 

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030 St8 

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KoTS. Fbrtheblatonrofaayooantry.aeattienaineof the 
coontrjr. 

History for boys. Edgar. J040 Ed3 

liistoryof acrime. Hugo. 044 H87H 

History of a mountain. Reolns. 551 R24H 
History of a mouthful of bread. Mac^. 

JG12 M15H 
History of American sociaUsms. Noyes. 

335 N87 
History of civilisation. Gnizot. 300 G04 

History of civilisation in England. 2 v. Buckle. 

300 B85 
History of creation. 2 v. Hllckel. 575 HI2H 
History of England under the Anglo-Saxon kings. 
2t. JLappenberg. 042 L31 

History of English thought in the eighteenth cen- 
tury. 2v. Stephen. 102 St4 
History of Essex and Hudson Counties, N. J. 
Shaw. 074.0 Sh2 
History of liberty. Aiken. 323 Ai4 
History of natural science. Buckley. 500 B85 
History of PkxTtestantisn. 8 v. WyUe. 270 W07 
History of the Book of Common Prayer. Procter. 

283 P04 

History of the jetties at the mouth of the MisrisEdppi 

River. Corthell 627 C81 

History of the Mass. O'Brien. 282 Ob6 

History of the plague in London. Do Foe. 

828 D36 
History of the rise and influence of the spirit of 
rationalism in Europe. 2 v. Lecky. 211 L40 
Hitchcock, J. EL W, Etching in America. 

767 H63 
Iflttell, J. 8. Besonroes of California. 

017.04 H63 
llittltes; tliesfcofy of a forgotten empire. Sayce. 

220 SaOH 



Hobart, S. B. Fulton. Sam Hobart, tlie loco- 
motive engineer. 026 H05 

Hoboken, N, J. —Free Public Library, Finding 
list. R017 HC5 

Hodge, A A Life of Charles Hodge. 022 HOG 

Hodge, Charles. Hodoe, A, A. Life of Charles 
Hodge. 922 H66 

Hodge, Henry. Linear perspective. 742 HOO 

Hodgkins, L. M. Guide to the study of nineteenth 
century authors. 820 H66 

Hodgson, F. T. Plaster and plastering. 603 H66 

— Practical carpentry. 604 H66 
Hodgson, W. B. Errors in the use of English 

428.3 H66 
Hoey, F. S. CasheK €k)lden sorrow. 2 v. 

2 H67G 

— Out of court 2v. 2 H670 

Hoflman, Prof,^ pseud. See Lewis, A. J. 

Hoffman, Franz. Little Hans and his Bible-leaf. 

J3 H67 
Hogarth, William. Dobson. Hogarth. 

027 H67 

Hogc,A. H. Boys in blue. 073.7 H07 

Hogg, Jabez. Microscope. 578 H67 

Holbein, Hans. Dance of death; ed. by Francis 

Douce. 741 H60 

— Cthtdajlu Hans Holbein. 027 H60 
Holbrook, Alfred. School management 

371.5 H60 

Holbrook, Kennedy. How? or, Spare hours made 

profitable for boys and girls. J700 HOO 

Hold up your heads, girlsl Ryder. 306 R07H 

Holder, C. F. Frozen dragon, and other tales. 

500 H71 

— Ivory king; history of the elephant 500 H71 

— Living lights. 501 H71 

— Marvels of animal life. J50I H71M 
Holland, Sir Henry, Bart. Recollections of past 

life. 026 H71 

Holland, H. S. Logic and lifo, with other ser- 
mons. 252 H71 
Holland, J. G. {Timothy TitcomlK) Arthur Bon- 
nicasUe. 1 H71A 

— Bay-path. 1 H71B 

— Bitter-sweet 811 H71B 

— Every-day topics. 814 n71E 

— Gold-foiL 814 H71G 

— Kathrina. 811 H71K 

— Letters to the Joneses. 170 H71 

— Lessons in life. 814 H71L 

— Life ot Abraham Lincoln. 023. 1 L63H 

— Marble prophecy. 81 1 H71 Ma 

— Miss Gilbert's career. 1 H71M 

— Mistress of the manse. 811 H71Mi 

— Nicholas Mintum. 1 H71N 

— Plain talks. 814 n71P 

— Puritan's guest 811 H71P 

— Sevenoaks. 1 H718 
Holland. See Netherlands. 

Hollanders in Nova Zembla. Van Pelt. 

830.31 V34 



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HOPKINS. 



Holley, Marietta. {Josiah Attends wife.) Josiali 
Allen's wife as a P. A. and P. I. 817 H72J 

— Miss Richard's boy. 1 HT2]!I 

— My oijinions and Betsey Bobbet's. 817 H72III 

— lly wayward pardner. 817 H72My 

— Rj^^ni^TithA. among the brethren. 817 H72S 

— Swoot Cicely. 817 U72Sw 
Hollowayy C. M. Story of five. 1 U722S 
HolloVaTy L. C. Ladies of the White House. 

923.1 U72 

Holm, Saxe,i7MTtd. Stories. 2 v. 1 H72aS 

Holmesy Arthur. Parties and their prindplos. 

329 H73 

Holmes, EdwaxxL Life of Mozart. 927 VLSt 
Holmes, Gordon. Science of voice production and 

voice preservation. 784.9 H73 

Holmes, G. C. V. Steam engine. 621.1 H73 

Holmes, M. J. (H.) Bessie's fortune. 1 H73 

— Cameron pride. 1 H73C 

— Chateau d'Or. 1 H73Cd 

— Christmas stories. 1 H73Ch 

— Cousin Maude and Rosamcoid. 1 H73Co 

— Daisy Thornton.— Jessie Graham. 1 U73D 

— Darkness and daylight 1 H73Da 

— Dora Deane.— Maggie Miller. 1 H73Do 

— Edith Lyle. 1 H73E 
>- Edna Browning. 1 H73Ed 

— English orphans. 1 H73En 

— Ethelyn's mistake. 1 H73Et 

— Forrest House. 1 H73F 

— Gretchen. 1 H73G 

— Homestead on the hillside. 8 H73H 

— Hugh Worthington . 1 H73Hii 
— 'Lena Rivers. 1 H73L 

— Madelino. 1 H73M 

— Marian Grey. 1 H73Ma 

— Meadow Brook. 1 H73Me 

— Mildred. 1 H73Mi 

— Millbank. 1 H73M1 

— Queenie Hetherton. 1 H73Q 

— Rose Mather. 1 H73R 

— Tempest and sunshine. 1 H73T 

— West Lawn. 1 H73W 
Holmes, NathanieL Authorship of Shakespeare. 

822 H73 

Holmes, O.W. Astrsea. 811 H73 

— Autocrat of the breakfast table. 818 H73 

— Border lines of medical science. ' 610 H73 

— Elsie Venner. 1 H733E 

— Guardian angel. 1 H733<^ 

— Mortal antipathy. 1 H733JI1 

— Our hundred days in Europe. 914 H73 

— Over the teacups. 818 H730 
-Poems. 811 H73P 

— Poet at the breakfast table. 818 H73P 

— Professor at the breakfast table. 818 H73Pr 
Hoist, H. £. von. Constltutiofnal and political 

history of the United States. 6 v 

342.73 H74 

— John C. Calhoun. 2 v. 923.2 C12H 
Holt, E. S. John do Wycliffe. 922 W97 



Holy Land. See Palestine. 

Holy Land and the Bible. 2 v. Geikie. 

915.6 G27 
Holy living and dying. Taylor. 2^10 T21 

Holy Roman Empire. Bryce. 943 B84 

Homans, J. S., oomp. Coin book. R737 H75 

— and Homans, J. S., «/r., ed. Cyclopedia of 

commerce. R650* H75 

Home acre. Roe. 630 R62 

Home and its surroundings. Egleston. 

710 £g5H 
Home animals. Church. 591.5 C47 

Homebuilding. Hnssey. 728 H96 

Home experiments in science. Sloane. 530 815 
Home gynmastics. Angerstein and Eckler. 

613 An4 
Home in the Holy Land. Finn. 915.6 F49 

Homer. Iliad ; tr. by W. C. Bryant. 2 v. 

883.1 B84I 

— Biad ; tr. by T. A. Buckley. 883. 1 B85 

— Odyssey; tr. by W. C. Bryant. 2 v. 

883.1 B840 

— Odyssey ; tr. by T. A. Buckley. 883. 1 B850 

— Odyssey; tr. by G^rge Chainnan. 2 v. 

883.1 C360 

— Odyssey; tr. by G. H. P&lmer. 883.1 P180 

— Stories from Homer; ed. by A. J. Church. 

J883.1 C47 

— Tale of Troy; tr. by Aubrey Stewart. 

883.1 .8t4 

— COLUNB. Homer; the Iliad. 883.1 C69 

— Collins. Homer; the lUad— the Odyssey. 

883.1 C69I 

— Collins. Hoooer; the Odyney. 883.1 C690 

— Gladstone. Homer. 883.1 G45 
Homes under the ground. Wood. 590 WSdHo 
Homes withonthands. Wood. 591.5 W85H 
Honduras ; land of great depths. Charles. 

917.28 €38 
Hood, Charles. Warming buikUngs. 628 H76 
Hood,£.P. Robert HalL 922 H14 

— Scottish characteristics. 914. 1 H76 
Hood, Thomas. Poetical works. 2 v. 821 H76 

— TyhieyHaU. 2 H76 
Hook, James. FteiOwoL 2 H761 
Hook,S. L. LitUepeqple. J595.7 H76 
Hooker, J. D. Botany. 580 H76 
Hooper, L. H. (J.) Under the triookir. 1 H76 
Hooper, Robert. Lexioon medicum ; or, Medi c al 

dictionary. 2 v. R610 H76 

Hope, A. VL, pseud. See Moncrieff, R. H. 
Hopldns, G. M. Experimental sdenoe. 

R530 H77 
Hopkins, G. M., pvib. Combined atlas of the state 

of Kew Jersey, and ooonly of Hndson. 

R912 H77 
Hopkins, L. P. Natural history plays. J808 H77 
Hopkins, Mahetible, pseud. Mahetible Hopkins 

and her travels. 817 H77 

Hopkins, Samuel. Puritans and Queen Ellcaboth. 

3v. 942 H77 



HOPPIN, 



HOWARD. 



Hoppiuy J. M. Life of Androw Hull Foote. 

023.5 F73 

Hoppusy M. A. M. Great treaaon. 2 v. 2 II77 

Horace* Majbodx. Horace. 874.5 M30 

Horder, W. Q. Hymn lover ; an acooont of the 

rise and growth of Kngtinh hynmody. 

245 H78 
Horny F. W. History of the literature of the 
Scandinavian North ; tr. by K. M. Anderson. 

839.5 . H78 
Horn, Georg. Count Silvius. 3 H78 

Homadayy W. T. Two years in the jungle. 

915 H78 

HomiiBg, £. W. Bride from the bush. 2 H78B 

Horryy P^ter, and Weems, M. L. Life of Oen. 

Francis Marion. 923.5 M33 

Horse. JsinniroB. Horse and hia diseases. 

036.1 J 44 

— Mathxw. Horse management. G3G.1 H45 

— Wood, Horse and man. 636.1 W85 
Horse, foot, and dragoons. Zogbanm. 355 Z7 
Horsenuuiflhip* Dodos. Fatroclus and Penelope. 

798 D66 

— 8TBU8S. Ring-riding. 798 St8 
Hortense K de B., Queen of Holland, Abbott. 

Histxny of Hortense. J923.1 H78A 

Horlenaiiis ; an historical essay on the office and 

duties of an advocate. Forsyth. 347 F77 
Hosmer, J. E. History of Qerman literature. 

830 H79 

— Life of young Sir Henry Vane. 923.2 T28H 

— Short history of Anglo-Saxon freedom. 

242 K70 

— Story of the Jews. 933 H79 
Hoamer, Kargaret. Blanche Gilroy. 1 H79 
Hol-water heating and fitting. Baldwin. 

697 B19 
Hotchldss, Jedediah, and Allen , William. Bat- 
tlefields of Virginia; ChanoellorsviUe. 

973.7 H79 
Hoadiiiy B. J. E. Life, written by himself. 

927 H81 
Hoof^y F. B. Elements of forestry. 634 H81 
HoQgktoiiy William. Country walks of a natural- 
ist 590 H81 

— GkwmfagBgrom the natural history of tho ancients. 

590 H81G 

— S6»«ide walks of a naturalist 590 H818 
Hooninalibraiy. Stephen. 820 St3 
Ho«rs of ezBrdse in the Alps. Tyndall. 

914.94 T97 
Hours with the mystics. 2t. Vanghan. 

1S9 V46 

Hovse,E.H. Japanese episodflSL 915.2 H81 

House and home papers. Stowe. 640 St7 

House Fvmishing and Decoration. Church. 

How to fnmidi a home. 645 C47 

— EABrLAXM. Hints en household taste. 749 Ea7 

— Bdxb. Decoration and famitore of town houses. 

749 Ed4 



House Fomiidiiug and Decoration— ootUtnuecL 

— Gabrbtt. Suggestions for house decorations. 

645 G19 

— JoNXS and WnjJAMH. Household elegandes. 

749 J71 

See also Domestic Economy. 

House of Austria. 4 v. Coxe. 943 C83 

House of bondage. Albert. 326 All 

Honse Painting. PAnvrsR, gilder, and var- 

nisher^s companion, arum. 698 P16 

— RoBSiTSB and Wright. Modem house painting. 

R698 R73 

House that JiU built Gardner. 728 G17 

Household book of nature. Craig. 2 v. 590 C84 

Hoasehold book of pootry. Dana. R821 D19 
Hoasekeeping. jSce Domestic Economy. 
Houses of Lancaster and York. Gairdner. 

. 942 G12 

Houston 9 E. T. Dictionary of electrical words, 
terms, and phrases. R537 H81 

HoastouUy Mrs. Recommended to mercy. 

2 H81R 

— Zoe'sband. 2 H81Z 
Hoveden, Roger de. See Roger de Hoveden, 
Hoveyy H. C. Celebrated American caverns. 

551.4 H82 

How crops feed. Johnson. 631 J63 

How crops grow. Johnson. 631 J63H 

How I found Livingstono. Stanley. 916.7 St2H 
How T or, Spore hours made profitable for boys and 
girls. Holbrook. J790 H69 

How plants behave. Gray. 581 G79H 

How plants grow. Gray. 581 G79Ho 

How success is won. Bolton. 920 Q63H 

How the farm pays. Crozier and Henderson. 

030 C88 
How the other half Uves. Riis. 331.8 R44 

How the world was peopled. Fontaine. 

572 r73 

How to be happy though married. Hardy. 

173 H22 
How to become quick at figures, anon, 511 H83 
How to do it Hale. 177 H13 

How to get strong and how to stay so. Blailde. 

613 B57 
How to judge of a picture. Tan Dyke. 750 T28 
How to keep well. Blaisdell. 613 B572 

How to study geography. Parlcer. 371.3 P22 
How to travel Knox. 910.2 K77 

How to ucderstand music. 2 v. Mathews. 

780 M42 

How to win ; a book for girls. Willard. 

396 W66 
How we are governed. Dawes. 342.73* D32H 
How we went aad what we saw. Reeve* 

910.8 R25 
HowacUi in Syria. Cnrtis. 915*6 C94 

Howard, B. W. Anlnay Tower. 1 H83A 

— Aunt Serena. 1 H83Aa 

— Guenn. 1 H83G 



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HOWARD. 



HUGO. 



Howard, B. W.— continued, 

— One summer. 1 H830 

— Open door. 1 H830p 
Howard, J. Practical chemistry. 542 H83 
Howard, O. O. Chief Joseph, his pmisniit and 

capture. 970.1 ]r83 

Howard, R. H., and Crocker, H. E., ad. History 

of New England. 2 v. 974 H83 

Howe, E. TV. Man story. 1 H823M 

— Moonlight boy. 1 H832Mo 

— Mystery of the Locks. 1 H832Mr 

— Story of a country town. 1 H832S 
Howe, Hemy. Memoirs of the most eminent Am- 
erican mechanics. 926 H83 

Howe, J. W., ed. Sex and education. 376 H83 

Howells, TV. B. Annie Killnim. 1 H833A 

— April hopes. 1 H833Ap 

— Boy's town. J 1 H833 

— Chance acquaintance. 1 H833C 

— Counterfeit presentment. 812 H83C 

— Dr. Breen's practice. 1 H833D 

— Elevator. 812 H83E 

— Fearful responsibiUty. 1 H833F 

— Foregone oondnsion. 1 H833Fo 

— Garroters. 812 H836 

— Hazard of new fortunes. 2y. 1 H833H 

— Indian summer. 1 H833I 

— Italian journeys. 914.5 H83 

— Lady of the Aroostook. 1 H833L 

— Minister's charge. 1 H833M 

— Modem instance. 1 H833Mo 

— Out of the question. 812 H830 

— Parlor car. 812 H83P 

— Poems. 811 H83 

— Re^pster. 812 H83R 

— RL» of Silas Lapham. 1 H833R 

— Soa-change. 812 H83S 

— Shadow of a dream. 1 H833S 

— Sleeping-car. 812 H83S1 

— Suburban sketches. 818 H83 

— Their wedding journey. 1 H833T 

— Three villages. 917.3 U83 

— Tuscan dticB. 914.5 H83T 

— Undiscovered country. 1 H833U 

— Venetian life. 914«5 H83T 

— Woman's reason. 1 H833W 
Ho Witt, Mary, ed. Pictorial calendar of tho seasons. 

828 H84 

Howland , Gtoorge. Practical hints for tho teachers 
of public schools. 371 H84 

lloyt, J. K., and Ward, A. L., eomp. Cyclopffidia 
of practical quotations. R80d n85 

Ilobbard, Bela. Memorials of a half-oentury in 
Michigan and the Lake Region. 917.74 H86 

Hnbbard, L. L. Woods and lakes of Maine. 

917.41 H86 
Hnbbell, Katban. My journey to Jerusalem. 

910.8 H86 
Hndibras; ed. by H. G. Bohn. Butler. 

827 B95 



Hudson, H. N. Shakespeare; his life, art, and 
characters. 2 v. 822.3 1186 

— ed. Shakspbark. Complete works. 10 v. 

822.33 11 
Hudson, M. (C.) His two wives. 1 H86H 

— Memorial of Alice and Phoebe Cary. 

928.11 €25 

— Ten years in Washington. 917.3 H86 
Hudson, W. C. (Barclay North.) Jack Gordon, 

Knightemmt 1 H862J 

— Vivier, of Vivier, Longman, and Company, 

Bankers. 1 H802V 

Hudson County, AT. j: Hopkins, |nt&. Combined 

atlas of the state of New Jersey and county of 

Hudson. R912 H77 

— Santtaby and topographical maps of Hudson 

Ca, N. J., prepared for the National Board of 
Health. R912 Sa5 

— Shaw. History of Essex and Hudson Counties. 

974.9 Sk2 

— Wdtfikld. History and maps of the land titles 

in Hudson County, N. J., 1600^187L 

974.9 W72 
See also New Jersey. 
Huefier, Francis. Richard Wagner. 927 W12H 

— Troubadours. 849 H87 
Hufeland, C. W. Art of prolonging life. 

613 H87 
Hug, Lina, atid Stead, Richard. Switoerland. 

949.4 H87 

Hugessen, £. H. K. Friends and foes from fairy 

land. J2 H87F 

— Queer folk. J2 H87Q 

— Uncle Joe's stories. J2 H87U 
Hughes, John. Habsabd. Life of the Rt. Rev. 

John Hughes. 922 H87 

Hughes, Thomas. Alfred the Gieat. 

923.1 A131H 

— David Livingstone. 923.9 Ij76 

— Manliness of Christ. 232 H87 

— Scouring of the White Harae. 2 H87 

— Tom Brown at Oxford. J2 H872T 

— Tom Brown's school days. J 2 H872To 

— True manliness. 170 H87 

— ed. 6. T. T.; Gone to Texas; letters fitxn our 

boys. 917.64 H87 

Hugo, J. A. (F.) VkstorHugo. 928.43 H873H 
Hugo, Victor. See Hugo, V. M., C^rnite. 
Hugo, V. M., Comte. Degbrayer of the Seoood Re- 
public 944 H87 

— Gavroche. 4 H87G 

— History of a crime. 944 H87H 

— Hunchback of Notro-Dtune; tr. H. Lw Williams. 

4 H87H 

— Man who laughs. 4 H87M 

— Misdrables, Les. 4 H87]||i 

— Ninety-threa 4 H87N 

— Notre-Dame. 4 H87No* 

Von. TheiMne — thenwiwIiNnirorHolB^DMne. 

— Rhine. 914 H87 

— Toikorvof theie«, 4 U67r 



02^ 



HUGO. 



HYGIENE. 



9 y. M., Caml^—conli'fMkedL 
£BOU. Victor Hugo and his time. 

928.43 H873 
so, J. A. (F.) Victor Hugo. 

028.43 H873H 
enots. Baibd, C. W. History of the Hugu&- 
t emigration to America. 2 v. 234.5 B16H 
3tD, H. M. Rise of the Huguenots of France. 
7. 284.5 BI62 

UBS. Huguenots in France. 284.5 Sm4H 
Edward. CkxO-fields of Great Britain. 

553 H87 
gui intercourse. Uameiton. 177 U17 

Ut physLology. Draper. 612 D79 

u&race. Figoier. 572 F46 

ftn speciee. Qnatrefages de Br^an. 

573 Q2 
boldt, F. H. A« Yon. Cosmos. 5 v. 

551 H88C 
THUS, ed. life of Alexander von Humboldt. 
T. 925 U88 

Sy David. History of England. 6 y. 

942 U88 
ZUET. Hume. 9(21 H88 

3 y Fergus. Piccadilly puzzle. 2 H88P 

orotts masterpieces from American literature- 
r. Mason. 817 M38 

ning birds. Adams. 598.2 AdlH 

phrey^ F. A. Adventures of early dis- 
verers. J910.9 U88 

klren of old Fork's Tavern. J 1 H88 

A Stanley with the children. J922 St2H 
pkrey^ H. N. Coin collector's manual. 2 v. 

737 H88 
plireys* A. A. From Gettysburg to the 
ipidan. 973.7 U88 

ginia campaign of >6i-65. 973.7 U88V 

Ired greatest men. Wood. 920 W85 

ary. See Germany and Austria, 
lewell, J. F. Impeoiai island. 942 H89 
ids of Scott 914 H89 

, A.W. Leaden casket. 1 H91 

y Ezra. Alcohol as a food and medicine. 

613 H91 
, Helen. See Jackson, H. M. (F.) H. 
y Hdman. Children at Jerusalem. 

I J915.6 H91 

y H. G. B. Concise history of music 

780.9 H91 
,J. H. L. Autobiography. 928.24 H91 
r by the fire, and other papers. 824 U91 
igination and fancy. 821 H91 

of honey from Mount Hybla. 827 H91 

1, women, and books. 824 H91JI1 

court suburb ; or, Memorials of Kensington. 

042 H91 
BB ; with a memoir by W. Knight. 2 I191T 
m ; its memorable characters and events. 

942 H91T 
9 Leigh. See Hunt, J. H. L. 
, Margaret ThomicroftV model 2 H913T 



Hunt, T. W. Representative English prose, and 

prose writers. 820 H91 

Hunter, John. Key to Merrifleld^s Technical 

arithmetic. 511 H91 

Hunter, W. W. Brief history of the Indian 

people. 954 H91 

Hunting aiid Fishing. Cabijeton. Young sports- 

man^s manual. 799 C19 

— Gibson. Camp life in the woods and tricks of 

trapping and trap-making. 799* G35 

— Hallock. Fishing tourist 799 H15F 

— Haulock. Sportsman's gazetteer. 799 H15S 

— Mjeujniku. Adventures on the great hunting 

grounds of the world. 799 M57 

— SnocoNDS. Commercial products of the sea. 

639 Si4 

— Walton. Complete angler. 799 W17 

— Watson. Sportsman's paradise. 799 W33 

— Wells. City boys ia the woods. J799 W46 
Hnntingtony Faye, jTsettd. See Foster, J. H. 
Huntington^ George. Chubby Ruff, and other 

stories. Jl H92C 

Huntington 9 Joshua. Gropings after truth. 

282 H92 
Hurst, J. F. Bibliothecatheok)gica. R01G.2 H94 

— Outline of church history. 270 H94 
Hussey, E. C. Home building. 728 H96 
Huthy A. H. Life and writings of Henry Thomas 

Buckle. 928.28 B85H 

Huttouy Lawrence. Curiosities of the American 

stege. 927 H97 

— Literary landmarks of London. 9 1 4.2 H97 
Huttouy R. H. Sir Walter Scott 2 v. 

928.23 8co8H 
HuttoUy Ulrich von. Younq. Ulrich von Hutton. 

928.31 H97 

Hutton, W. K Washington bridge. R624 U97 

Huxley, T. H. Crayfish; an introduction to the 

study of zoology. 595.3 H98 

— Critiques and addresses. 504 H98C 

— Hume. 921 H88 

— Introductory to science primers. 500 H98 

— Lay sermons, addresses, and reviews. 

504 H98JL 

— Science and culture. 504 H98S 
*— and Martin, H. 1^. Elementary instruction in 

practical biok)gy. 570 U98 

— and others. Half hours with modem scientists. 

2v. 504 H98H 

Hyatt, Alpheus, and Arms, J. M. Insecta. 

595.7 H99 

Hydraulics. See Liquids. 
Hydrostatics. iSee Liquids. 
Hygiene. Bellows. Philosophy of 



— Blyth. Manual of public health. 

— CusT. Invalid's own book. 

— Davis. Hygiene for girls. 

— Elam. Physician^ problems. 

— HuFELAJfD, Art of prolonging life. 



eating. 

613 1141 

614 B62 
613 C96 

613 D29 

614 £11 
G13 H87 



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HYGIENJB. 



INDIAN. 



Hygiene — continued. 

— Hunt. Alcohol as a food and mediciiie.' 013 H91 

— Oswald. Physical educatioii. 613 OsO 
— rScHOTT. Health hints to women. 618 Sch6 
-•Smith. Healtli. 613 Siii6 



— TTNDAiiU Floating matter of the air. 613 T97 

— Wilson. Handbook of hygiene. 013 W60 
Hymns and Hymnology* Buttxbwobth. Story 

of the hymns. 245 B98 

— HoBDEB. Hymn lover. 245 H78 



I 



ItoeUy Henrik. Doll^ hooaeii 

— Hedda Oabler. 

7- Lady f roia the sea. 

— Prose dramas. 2 v. 

— Rosmorsholm ; a play. 

— J JEGEB. Henrik Ibsen. 
Ice pack and tundra. Gilder* 



839.82 IbTD 
839.82 IbTH 
839.82 IbTL 
839.82 IbTP 
839.82 IbTR 
928.39 IbTJ 
919.8 G38 



Iceland. Bbownk. LandofThor. 914 B81 

— Dk Fonblanquk. Five weeks in Iceland. 

914.91 D36 

— Hbadlet. Island of fire. 949.1 H34 

— Stephsns. Off to the geysers. J9 14.91 8t4 

— Taylor. Egypt and Iceland in 1874. 

916.2 T21 

Idaho. Bancboft. Washington, Idaho, and 

Montana. in R970 B22 v.31 

Idea of God as affected by modem knowledge. 

Fiske. 210 F54 

Ideality in the physical sciences. Peirce. 

215 P35 
Ideas for a science of good government. Cooper. 

330 CT8 
Idle excursion. Clemens. 817 C592Id 

Idle thoughts of an idle fellow. Jerome. 

827 J481I 
Ignoramuses. Crowninshield. J 91 4.9 C88 
Ilinc, J. A. F. W. Early Rome. 937 Ih5 

Ike Partmgton. Shillaber. J8I7 Sh6I 

Iliad ; tr. by W. C. Bryant. Homer. 2 v. 

883.1 B84I 
Iliad ; tr. by A B. Buckley. Homer. 

883.1 B85 

Illosions; a phychological study. Sully. 133 Su5 
Illustrated natural history. Wood. 3 v. 

R591 W85II 
Illustrated natural history for young folks. Wood. 

J591 W851 
Illustrations of universal progress. Spencer. 

309 Sp3 
Illustrious women of France. Challice. 

923.1 C35 
Imaginary conversations. 5 v. Landor. 

828 L22 
Imagination and fancy. Hunt. 821 H91 

Imagination 9 and other essays. MacDonald. 

824 M14 
Imitation of Christ Thomas k Kempis. 

240 T36 
Immigration. See Kmigration and Immigra- 
tion. 



Immortal Life. See Future I«ife. 

Imperial island. Hunnewell. 942 H89 

Impressions of Theophrastus Such. Cross. 

824 C88I 

— Same. 824 C88Im 
In darkest Africa. 2 v. Stanley. 916.7 St2I 
In nestmg time. Miller. 598.2 M61I 
In peril. Hays, and others. J910 H33 
In search of a son. Lawrence, Uncle, paeud. 

J502 L43 
In search of the castaways. Verne. J910.4 V59 
In Tennyson land. Walters. 914.2 W17 

In the Arctic seas. McClintock. 919.8 M13 
In the Ardennes. Macquold. 914.4 JII34 

In the footprints of Charles Lamb. Martin. 

928.24 L16M 
III the harbor. Longfellow. 811 L86I 

In the Hebrides. Cumming. 914.11 C91 

In the land of the moose, the bear, and the beaver. 

Daunt. J917.12 D26 

In the Lena delta. Melville. 919.8 M49 

In the Levant Warner. 915.6 W24 

In the trades, the tropics, and the roaring forties 

Brassey. 910.4 B73I 

In the wilderness. Warner. 917.47 W24 

Incidents and anecdotes of the Civil War. Porter. 

973.7 P83I 
India. Abnold. India revisited. 915.4 ArO 

— Baxtkb. Winter in India. 915.4 B33 

— Buttebwobth. Zig-zag journeys in India. 

J915.4 B98 

— CmooNG. Wild men and wild beasts. 

915.4 C91 

— Feudos. India. 954 F43 

— Fbench. Our boys in India. J915.4 F88 

— Gat. Prince of Wales in India. 915.4 G25 

— HuNTBB. Brief history of the Indian people. 

954 H9I 

— I NOUS. Sport and work on the Nepaul frontier. 

915.4 In4 

— Knox. Adventures of two youths in a journey 

to Ceylon and India. J915.4 K77 

— MACLEOD. Days in North India. 915.4 M22 

— MUBBAT. British India. 8 v. 954 M96 

— Nolan. Illustrated history of the British Empire 

in India and the £ast 954 N7I 

See also Asia. 

India, China, and Japan. Taylor. 915 T2I 

India, what can it teach us f JM Uller • 49 1 . 1 M91 

Indian bibliography. Fields. R0I6.97 P4$ 



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INDIAN. 



INSTITUTES. 



Indian histxny for young folks. Drake. 

J970.1 D78 

Indian znythfl. Emerson. 291 Eni3 

Indiana. Dunn. Indiana. 077.2 D92 

Indians of America. Abbott. History of King 

Fhilip. J970.I P53A 

— BouBXS. Apache campaign in the Sierra Madre. 

973.8 B66 

— Bbooks. Story of the American Indian. 

970.1 B79 

— Drajob. Indian history for yomig folks. 

J970.1 D78 

— EooLSSTON. Red Eagle. 070.1 Eg32R 

— EooLEBTON and Sxkltb. Brant and Red Jacket. 

070.1 Eg3B 

— HowABD. Chief Joseph, his pursuit and capture. 

970.1 H83 

— Jackson. Century of dishonor. 970.5 J12 

— JoNKS. Antiquities of the Southern Indians. 

970.1 J71 

— Stonx. Life and times of Sa-go-ye-watrha, or 

Red Jacket. 970.1 R24 

— Btons. Life of Joseph Brant. 2 v. 970.1 B73 

See also Nortli America. History, 
ladigenons races of the earth. Nott and Gliddon. 

572.6 N84 
Indnctiye inquiries in physics, ethics, and ethnol- 
ogy. Dana. 104 DIO 
ladastrial biography ; iron workers and toolrmak- 
ers. Smiles. 926 Sm4 
Industrial cyclopeadia. Blakelee. R603 B58 
Industrial progress of the nation. Atkinson. 

338 At5 
Infidelity. See Deism and Atheism. 
Influence of sea power upon history. Slahan. 

009 M27 
Inge 9 W. R. Society in Rome under the Caesars. 

937 In42 
Ingelow, Jean. Don John. 2 In4 

— Fated to be free. 2 In4F 

— John Jerome. 2 In4 J 

— Mopsa, the fairy. J2 In4M 

— Off the Skelligs. 2 In40 

— Poetical works. 821 In7 

— Quite another story. 2 In4Q 

— Sarah de Berenger. 2 In4S 

— Sister's bye-hours. J2 In4S 

— Stories tokl a child. J2 In48t 
~- Studies for stories. 2 In4St 
iDgersolly Ernest. Country cousins. 590 In4 

— Friends worth knowing. 590 In4F 

— Iceqneen. JI In4 

— Knocking round the Rockies. 917.8 In4 

— Old ocean. 910.4 In4 
Inghamy CoL Frederic, pseud. See Hale, E. E. 
Inglisy James (Maori.) Our Australian cousins. 

919.4 In4 

— Sport and work on the Nepaul frontier. 

915.4 In4 
Ingoldsby, ThomaSy pseud. See Barham, R. H. 
Ingoldsby legends. Barham. 827 B24 



Ingraham, J. H. Not '^ A fool^s errand.** 1 In4 

— Pillar of fire. 1 In4P 

— Prince of the house of David. 1 In4Pr 

— Throne of David. 1 In4T 
Ingram, J. H. Edgar Allan Poe. 2 v. 

928.11 P75I 

Ingram, John, comp. Flora symbolica ; or, The 
language and sentiment of flowers. 580 In4 

Initials and pseudonyms. lst-2d series. Cash- 
ing. R014 C95 

Ii^nrious insects of the farm and garden. Treat. 

632 T71 

Innocents abroad. Clemens* 817 C592I 

Inorganic Chemistry. See Chemistry. Tnor- 
ganie Chemistry, 

Inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of 
nations. Smith. 330 Sm5 

Insanity. Chajcbebs. 31ad world and its in- 
habitants. 362.2 C35 

Insects. Adams. Beautiful butterflies. 

595.7 Adl 

— Alden. World of little people. 595.7 A124 

— Baxfobd. Up and down the brooks. 

595.7 B21 

— Church. Flyers and crawlers. 595.7 C47 

— CTTRiosmss of entomology, anon, 595.7 C93 

— Duncan. Transformations of insects. 

595.7 D91 

— Emsrton. Structure and habits of spiders. 

595.4 Em3 

— FiouiER. Insect world. 595.7 F46 

— Harris. Treatise on insects injurious to vegetar 

tion. 595.7 H24 

— Hook. Little people and their homes. 

J595.7 H76 

— Hyatt and Arms. Insecta. 595.7 H99 

— KntBY and Sfence. Introduction to entomology. 

595.7 K63 

— Laxborn. Dragon flies and mosquitoes. 

595.7 L17 

— LovsLL. Nature's wonder workers. 595.7 Ij94 

— Lubbock. Ants, bees, and wasps. 595.7 L96 

— Miuvs-Edwardb and Comte. Elements of en- 

tomology. 595.7 M63 

— Packard. Entomology for beginners. 

595.7 P12 

— Pacsjlrd. Our common insects: 595.7 P120 

— Reeve. Episodes of insect life ; ed. by J. 6. 

Wood. 595.7 R25 

— Rennis. Insect architecture. 595.7 R29 

— ScuDDER. Butterflies. 595.7 8ca2 

— Treat. Injurious insects of the farm and garden. 

632 T71 

— Wood. Bees; their habits, management, and 

treatment 595.7 W85 

— Wood. Common British insects. 595.7 W85C 

— Wood. Insects abroad. 595.7 W85I 

— Wood. Insects at home. 595.7 WSSIn 
Inside the White House in war times. Stoddard. 

973.7 St6 
Institutes of law. Lorimer. 340.1 Ii89 



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INSTRUCTIONS. 



ITALY. 



Ingtmctioim and suggestions for enginflarg. Roper. 

621.1 RG8I 
Instmmeiital Music. Taylor. Primerof piano- 
forte playing. 786 T21 
See cUso Music. 
Intellectnal development of Europe. 2t. Draper. 

001 D70 
Intellectuallife. Uamerton. 374 U17 

latelligence of animals. Menanlt. 591.5 M52 
Intemperance. See Temperance and Intemper- 
ance. 
International atlas. Collier. R012 C69 

International cyclopedia. 15 v. R032 In8 

International Law. Amos. Political and legal 
remedies for war. 34 1 Am6 

— United States — State Department, Argument 

at Geneva. 341.6 Un4 

— WooLSEY. International law. 341 W88 
Interoceanic Canals. See Canals. 

Into unknown seas. Ker. J910.4 K45 

Intuitions of the mind. McCosh. 171 M13 

Invalid's own book. Cnst. 613 C96 

Invasion of the Crimea. 5 v. Kinglake. 

947 K59 

Invention of printing. I>e Tinne. 655 D49 

Inventional geometry. Spencer. 513 Sp3 

Inventions. Beckmaitn. History of inventions, 

discoveries, and origins. 2 v. 609 B38 

— Bbown. American patent system. 608 B81 

— Hale. Stories of invention. J608 H13 

— Kent. Modem seven wonders of the world. 

608 K41 

— RouTuaxjE. Discoveries and inventions of the 

nineteenth century. 608 R75 

IrelandyJ. N. Mrs. Duff . 927 D87I 

— Same. 927 D87I2 
Ireland. History. 

— Babbhioton. Rise and fall of the Irish nation. 

941.5 B27 

— Dauht. Eighty-^ve years of Irish history. 2 v. 

941.5 D26 

— Deyot. Irish land league. 941.5 D49 

— DUTTT. Four years of Irish history . 941.5 D87 

— Dufft. Toong Ireland. 941.5 D87r 

— FaouDB. ^g"gl<««H in Ireland in the eighteenth 

century. 8 v. 941.5 F93 

— LAWIJE8& Story of Ireland. 941.5 L42 

— Moore. History of Ireland. 941.5 M78 

— O^Cozmoa. Pamell movement. 941.5 Oc5 

— TowLJB. Toung people's history of Ireland. 

J941.5 T65 

— Wau*olb. History of Ireland. 941.5 W16 

Travels. 

— Becker. Disturbed Ireland. 914.15 R38 

— Blake. Pictures from Ireland. 914.15 B58 

— Knox. Boy traveUers in Great Britain and Ire- 

land. J914.2 K77 

— LovETT. Irish pictures. R914.15 L94 

— SuLUVAK. New Ireland. 914.15 Sn5 

— TuACKE&AT. Irish tketch bo(A. tn 828 T32P 



Ireland— coti^intied. 

— Trench. Realities of Irish life. 914.15 T72 

See also Europe. 

Irish wanders. McAnally. 398.6 M23 

Irrigation. Stewart. Irrigation for farm, gar- 
den, and orchard. 061 St4 

Irvingy P. M. Life and letters of Washington 
Irving. 8v. 928.17 Ir8I 

Irving, Washington. Adventures of CSaptain Bon- 
neville. 917.3 Ir8 

— Astoria. 917.95 Ir8 

— Bracebridge Hall. 1 Ir8 

— Chronicle of the conquest of Oranada. 946 Ir8 

— Crayon miscellany. 818 Ir8C 

— Legend of Sleepy Hollow. — Spectre bridegroom. 

818 Ir8L 

— Life and voyages of Christopher Columbus. 8 v. 

923.9 C721 

— Life of George Washington. 5 v. 923.1 W27I 

— Mahomet and his snccesBOTB. 2 v. 922 M72I 

— Old Christmas. 814 IrGO 

— Sketch-book. 814 Ir8Ck 

— Spanish papers. 818 Ir8& 

— Wolf ert's Roost 818 Ir8W 

— and others. Salmagundi. 814 Ir8S 

— Hill. Washington Irving. 928.17 Ir8H 

— Ibving, p. M. Life and letters of Washington 

Irving. 8v. 928.17 Ir8I 

— Wabneb. Washington Irving. 928.17 Ir8W 
Isaac and Jacob ; their lives and times. Rawlin- 

son. 220.92 IslR 

Isaiah ; his life and times. Driver. 

220.92 l8l2D 
Isham, A. B., and others. Prisoners of war, and 
military prisons. 973.7 le3 

Island of fire. Headley. 949.1 H34 

Island of Nantucket Godfrey. 917.44 G54 
Isles of Shoals. Thaxter. Among the Isles of 
Shoals. 917.42 T33 

Isles of the princes. Cox. 914.99 €841 

IsmaUXa. Baker. 916.2 B17 

Ismsy old and new. Lorimer. 252 Ii89 

talianart Tiardot. 759 J^ T65 

talian journeys. Howells. 914.5 H83 

talian Language. See Dictionaries. 
talian popular tales. Crane. 398.3 C85 

taly. History. 

— Abthub. Italy in transition. 945 Ar7 

— Machiavelll History of Florence, and other 

works. 945 M18 

— SmONDE DK SiBMONDi. History of the Italian 

repubUcs. 945 Si8 

Travds. 

— Amicis. Military life in Italy. 914.5 Am5 

— B'adekeb. Italy; handbook for travellers. 

914.5 B14 

— BiANCiARDL At home in Italy. 914.5 ^47 

— Bremer. Life in the old world ; Switeerland 

and Italy. 2 v. 914 B75 



oao) 



ITAI«Y. 



JANET. 



Italy — continued. 

— Champnkt. Three VaaBar girls in Italy. 

914.5 C35 

— Craik. Unknown oonntry. 914.5 C84 

— HiLLiABD. Six months in Italy. 914.5 H55 

— HoWKUiS. Italian Joameys. 914.5 H83 

— PxNiraLU Two pilgrims' progresB. 914.5 P37 

— Tajms. Italy; Florenoe aod Vcnioe. 914.5 T13 



Italy — corUinued. 

— Taine. Italy; Rome and Naples. 914.5 T13R 

— Tbollope. Italy. R914.5 T74 

See alao Earope. 
Iverachy James. St. Paul; his life and times. 

220.92 P28I 
Ivory king; history of the elephant. Holder. 

599 U71 



Jack Hooper. Cameron. 916.7 C14 

Jackson y Andrew. Pabton. Life of Andrew 

Jackson. 8 v. 923.5 J 12 

— Sumrxa. Andrew Jackson. 923.1 J 12 
Jackson, C. C, Lady. Old regime. 944 J12 
Jackson, H. M. (F.) H. (J7. H.) Bits of talk for 

yonng folks. Jl J12B 

— Bits of trayeL 914 J12 

— Bits of travel at home. 917.3 J12 

— Century of dishonor. 970.5 J 1 2 

— GlimpseB of three coasts. 910.8 J12 

— Hunter cats of Comiorloa. Jl Jl 2J 

— Letters from a cat. Jl J12L 

— Mammy TitUeback and her family. Jl J12M 
~ NeUy's sQver mine. Jl J12N 

— BamoDA. 1 J12R 
Jackson, M. C. Woman of to-day. 1 J13W 
Jackson, Sheldon. Alaska. 917.98 J13 
Jackson, Thomas. Stories about animals. 

J591.5 J13 

Jackson, T. 6. Dalmatia, the Quamero, and 

Istria. 8y. 914.36 J 13 

Jacobi, C. T. PrintenP handbook. 655 J 15 

— Printers' vocabulary. 655 J15P 
Jacqnemart, Albert History of the ceramic 

art. 738 J16 

Jsger , Hwnrilr. Heurik Ibsen ; a critical biography. 

928.39 Ib7J 
J^ p9eud. See Williams, A B. 
James, F. A (P.) Fog prixioes. 2 J232F 

— Nurse Bevel's mistake. 2 J232N 

— St. Cuthbert*s Tower. 2 J232S 
James, G. P. R. Agincourt. ' 2 J23 

— Arabella Stuart 2 J23As 

— ArrahNiel. 2 J23Ar 

— Beauchamp. 2 J23B 

— Castle of Ehrenstein. 2 J23C 

— Convict. 2 J23CO 

— Damley. 2 J23D 

— Forest days. 2 J23Fo 

— Gipsy. 2 J23Gi 

— History of chivalry. 940 J23 

— History of the life of Richard Cceur-de-Lion. 2 v. 

923.1 R381J 

— Life and times of Louis XIV. 923.1 L924J 

— Bicheliea.— Ponileiy.— FhiUp Augustus. 

2 J23R 



James, G. P. R. — continued. 

— Rosed' Albret ^ 

— RusBolL 

— Sir Theodore Broughton. 

— Smuggler. 

— Stop-mother. 

— Whim and its consequences. 
James, Henry, Jr. American. 



2 J23RO 

2 J23Rn 

2 J23S 

2 J23Sm 

2 J23St 

2 J23W 

1 J23 



— Author of Boltraffio.—Georgina*s reasons.— Path 

of duty.— Four meetings. 1 J23A 

— Bostonians. 1 J23B 

— Confidence. 1 J23C 

— Daisy Miller. 812 J23 

— Diary of a man of fifty. — Bundle of letters. 

1 J23Di 

— Europeans. 1 J23E 

— Hawthorne. 928.13 H31J 

— International episode. 1 J23I 

— Little tour in France. 914.4 J23 

— Passionate pilgrim. 1 J23P 

— Portrait of a lady. 1 J23Po 

— Portraits of places. 910.8 J23 

— Princess Casamassima. 1 J23Pr 

— Roderick Hudson. 1 J23R 

— Siege of London. — Pension Beanrepas. — ^Point of 

view. 1 J23S 

— Tales of three cities. 1 J23T 

— Tragic muse. 2 v. 1 J23Tr 

— Washington Square. 1 J23W 

— Watch and ward. 1 J23Wa 
Jameson, A. B. Characteristics of Shakspeare^s 

women. 396 J23 

— Memoirs of celebrated f enude sovereigns. 

923.1 J23 

— Memoirs of the ecurly Italian painters. 927 J23 

— Sacred and legendary art 2 v. 755 J23 

— Macphsbsok. Memoir of the life of Anna Jame- 

son. 928.2H J23 

Jameson, J. S. Story of the rear column. 

916.7 J23 
Jameson, Robert, and others. Narrative of dis- 
covery aud adventure in Africa. 916 J23 
Jamieson, Robert Political economy for business 
people. 330 J23 
Jamison, C. V. Story of an enthusiast 2 J248 
Janet, PauL Final causes. 124 J25 

— Theory of morala 170 J25 



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JAlfSON. 



JESUITS. 



Jansouy Kristofer. Spell-bound fiddler. 

839.83 J26S 

January. Adams, ed. 821 AdlJ 

Janvier, Margaret. {Margaret VandegrifL) Dead 

dolL J811 J26 

~ Doris and Theodora. 1 J20D 

— HoliJays at home. Jl J2CH 

— Little helpers. Jl J26Li 

— Queen's body guard. 1 J26Q 

— Rose Baymond's wards. 1 J26R 

— Under the dog-star. Jl J26U 

— Ways and means. 1 JSOW 
JanVier, T. A. Aztec treasure house. 1 J262 
Japan, Adams. History of Japan. 952 Adl 

— AiiCOCK. Three years in Japan. 915.2 All 

— Bishop. Unbeaten tracks in Ji^Mn. 2 y. 

915.2 B54 

— Greky. Bear-worshippers of Yezo. 

J915.2 G86 

— Grkkt. Wonderful city of Toldo. 

J915.2 G86W 

— Gbeky. Young Americans in Japan. 

J915.2 G86Y 

— Griffis. Mikado's empire. 952 G87 

— House. Japanese episodes. 915.2 U81 

— Knox. Adventures of two youths in a Journey 

to Japan and China. J915.2 K77 

— Lanman. Japanese in America. 915.2 Ij27 

— Morse. Japanese homes and their surroundings. 

722.1 M83 

— MosSMAN. Japan. 915.2 M85 

— Perry. Narrative of the expedition of an 

American squadron to Japan. 915.2 P43 

— Smith. History of Japan. J952 Sm5 

— Taylor. Japan in our day. 915.2 T21 

See also AmUu 
Japanese girls and women. Bacon. 396 B13 
Japp, A H. (fl. A Page,) Famous men. 920 J27 

— Thomas De Quinoey. 2 v. 928.24 D44J 

— Thoreau ; his life and aims. 928.18 T39J 
Jar of honey from mount Hybla. Uiint. 

827 H91 
Jarves, J.J. Art idea. 701 J 29 

~ Art thoughts. 704 J29 

Jarvis, T. a Geoftrey Hampstead. 1 J29G 

Java. Knox. Adventures of two youths in a 
journey to Siam and Java. J915.9 K77 

Jafy W. M. L., paeud. See Woodraff, J. L. M. 
Jeaflresony J. C. Woman in spite of herself. 

2 J34W 
Jebb9B.C. Bentley. 928.27 B44 

— Greek Uteratore. 880 J34 
Jed ; a bqy^ adventures in the army of ^1-65. 

Goss. / J973.7 G69 

Jefieriesy Richard. Wild life in a southern county. 

590 J35 

— Wood magic. J2 J35 
Jefiersony Joseph. Autobiography. 927 J35 
Jefferson , Thomas. Notes on the state of Viiiginia. 

975.5 J35 

— Morse. Thomas Jeffersfm. 923.1 J35 



Jeflrey, Francis, Lord, CofntribatioDB to the Edin- 
burgh Review. 824 J37 

— CocKBURN. Idfe of Lord Jeffrey. 923.24 J37 
Jeffries, B. J. Ck>lor-blindne8S. 617 J38 
Jelly-fishy star-fllsh, and sea-urchins. Romanes. 

593 R66 
Jenkin, Mrs, Charles. Jupiter^ dan^tera. 

2 J41J 

— Madame de Beaupr^. 2 J41M 

— Once and again. 2 J410 

— Psyche of to-day. 2 J41P 
~ Skirmishing. 2 J41S 

— Two French marriages. 2 J41T 

— Within an ace. 2 J41Wi 

— Who breaks— pays. 2 J41W 
Jenkin, Fleeming. Electricity and magnetism. 

537 J41 

— Stevenson. Memoir of Fleeming Jenkin. 

926 J41S 

Jenkins, E. P. Paladin of finance. 2 J412 

Jennings, G. H. Anecdotal history of the British 

Parliament. 328.42 J44 

Jennings, Hargrave. One of the thirty. 2 J44 

— Rosicrucians ; their ritcH and mystexleB. 

366.1 J44 
Jennings, L. J. Rambles among the hi]]& 

914.2 J44 
Jennings, Robert. Horse and his diseases. 

636.1 J44 

Jeremiah ; his life and times. Cheyne. 

220.92 J47C 
Jerome, J. K, Idle thoughts of an idle fellow. 

827 J4811 

— Three men in a boat 827 J481T 

— Told after supper. 827 J481To 
Jerrold, D. W. Mrs. Caudle^ curtain lectures. 

— Mrs. Bib*s baby. 827 J48 

— St. Giles and St Jamea 2 J48S 

— Tales; with a biographical notice by J. L. 

Robertson. 2 J48T 

Jerrold, W. B. Final reliques of Father Prout 

928.27 M27 

— Life of George Cruikshank. 927 C882 

— Life of Napoleon ni. 2 v. 923.1 N163 
Jersey^City, N, J,— Free Public Library. Rules 

and' regulations. 1891. 024 J48 

— Title list of fiction. 1891. R016.8 J48 
Jersey City, N, J.—PoUma Club, Palma ; a journal 

devoted to the interest of the fair of the Pfthna 

aub, Nov., 1885. R367 P18 

Jersey City, -y. J.— PttWic School Free Library, 

Catalogue. B017 J48 

Jerusalem. King. Recent discoveries on the 

Temple Hill at Jerusalem. 220 K58R 

Jerusalem delivered. Tasso. 851 T18 

Jesse, Edward. Anecdotes of dogs. 591.5 J49 
Jesse, J. H. Memoirs of the Pretenders and their 

adherents. 923.2 J49 

Jesuits; a complete histcny from the foundation o# 

the order. Griesinger. 271.5 G87 



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JESUITS. 



JOHNSTON. 



JeAiiits in North America in the seventeenth cen- 
tury. I^arkman. 970 P23J 
Jesus Christ. Chadwick. The man Jesus. 

232 C34 

— Edxbshkim. Life and times of Jesus the Messiah. 

2y. 232 Ed2 

— Farrab. life of Christ 2 v. 232 F24 

— Fbothinoham . Stories from the lips of the 

Teacher. J232 F03 

— FuBNKBS. Story of the resurrection. 232 F98 

— OoRB. Luxmundi. 232 G06 

— HuOESS. Manliness of Christ 232 H87 

— Pabkkr. EcoeDeus, 232 P22 

— Bkaveb, pvh. From beginning to end ; a series 

of photograTores with prefatory comments. 

R232 F92 

— SsxLBT. Eocehomo. 232 Se3 

— Stowx. FootErt»ps of the Master. 232 St7 

— Yaujsqs. Jesus Christ, the Divine man. 

232 T24 

— Waixagx. Boyhood of Christ. J232 W15 
Jemie, M. 8. School days in Paris. 914.4 J52 
Jeronsy F. B. History of Greek literature. 

880 J53 

JeTons, W. S. Logic. 160 J53 

— Metiiods of social reform. 304 J53 

— Moaiey and the mechanism of exchange. 

332 J53 

— Theory of political economy. 330 J53 
Jewell 9 F. 8. Grammatical diagrams. 425 J54 

— School government 371.5 J54 
Jewels of the mind. Head. 821 H34 
Jewett, S. O. Betty Leicester. Jl J55B 

— Country by-ways. 1 J55Co 

— Country doctor. 1 J55C 

— Deephaven. 1 J55D 

— King of FoUy Islaiid. 1 J55K 

— Manih Island. 1 J55M 

— Mate of the Daylight 1 J55Ma 
~ Old friends and new. 1 J550 

— Play days. Jl J55P 

— Story of the Normans. 940 J55 

— Strangers and wayfarers. 1 J55S 

— Tftles of New England. 1 J55T 

— White heron, and other stories. 1 J55 W 
Jewitty LleweUynn. Ceramic art of Great Britain. 

2v. 738 J55 

Jews under Roman rule. Morrison. 933 M83 
Joan of Are, iSse Dare y Jeanne. 
Jokiiy H.fF. C. E. (JEl MaHitt.) At the councillor's. 

3 JOl 

— BailifTs maid. 3 J61B 

— Coonten Gisela. 3 J61C 
-Gold Elsie. 3 J61G 

— In the SchOlingsooort 3 J61I 

— Lady with the rubies. 3 J61L 

— Little moorland prinoesB. 3 JOlLi 

— Old Ham«selle*8 secrat 3 J610 

— Over yonder. 3 J610v 
^Owl^nest 3 JOlOw 

— Becoiid wife. 3 J61S 



John Bull and his island. Blount. 847 B62J 
John Bull's daughters. Blount. 847 B62Jn 
John Jemingham's journal, anon, 821 JOl 

John Sevier as a commonwealth-builder. Gilmore. 

076.8 G42J 
Johns, Richard, and Nicolas, P. H. Naval and 
military heroes of Great Britain. 942 J62 
John's alive, and other sketches. Thompson. 

817 T37 

Johnson, A. H. Normans in Europe. 940 J62 

Johnson, E. B. Visit to the cabinet of the United 

States mint 737 J6:£ 

Johnson, E. R. History of the war of 1812-15. 

973.5 J03 

— Phaeton Rogers. Jl J62 

— ed. Famous single and fugitive poems. 

821 J62F 

— ed. Little classics. 18 v. 

OonUntM, 

y. 1. ExUe. 8tS JStL 

S. InteUect. 898 J68LS 

8. Tragedy. 888 J68LS 

4. Life. 888 J68L4 

5. Lauffhter. 888 JSSLft 

6. Love. 888 J68L0 

7. Romanoek 888 JSSLr 

8. Mystery. 888 J68L8 

9. Oomedj. 888 J68L8 

10. Childhood. 888 J6SL10 

11. Heroism. 888 J68L11 
18. Fortune. 888 JS8L18 

15. Poems narrattre. 888 J68L18 

14. Poems lyrloal. 888 J68LI4 

16. Minor poems. 888 JS8L15 

15. Authors. 888 JS8L1G 

17. Nature. 888 JS8L17 

18. Humanity. 888 JS8L18 

Johnson, E. W. Two loyal lovers. 1 J62T 

Johnson, J. B. Theory and practice of surveying. 

52C.9 J62 
Johnson, Oliver. William Lloyd Ghurison. 

923.G G19J 
Johnson , R. W. Memoir of Major-G^eneral G^rge 

H.Thomas. 923.5 T36 

Johnson, Rossiter. See Johnson, E. R. 
Johnson, SamueL Lives of the most eminent 

English poets. 2 v. 928.21 J63 

— RasBelas. 2 J03 

— BoBWELL. Life of Samuel Johnson. 2 v . 

928.24 JG3B 

— Mason. Samuel Johnson. 928.24 JG3M 

— Stephsit. Samuel Johnson. 928.24 J63S 
Johnson, Rev. Samuel. Oriental religions; China; 

India; Persia. 8 v. 290 J63 

Johnson, S. W. How crops feed. G31 JG3 

— How crops grow. 631 J63H 
Johnson, V. W. Fainalls of Tipton. 1 JG3F 
Johnson , Sir William. Stone. Life and times of 

Sir William Johnson. 2 v. 923.2 JG3 
Johnson, W. F. History of the Johnstown flood. 

974.8 J63 
Johnson's new imiversal cydopeedia. 8 v. 

R031 J63 
Johnston, Alexander. American politics. 

329 J64 



ass) 



JOHNSTON. 



JUVENAL,, 



Johnttoiiy Alexander.— «on^iiued. 

— Cknmectlcut 074.6 J64 
Johnston 9 H. P. Yorktown campaign and sur- 
render of Comwallis, 1781. 073.3 J64 

Johnston y Hugh. Toward the simrise. 

910.8 J64 
Johnston, R. M. Old Mark Langston. 1 J650 

— Primes and their neighbors. 1 J65P 

— Widow Guthrie. 1 J65W 
Johnstone, H. A Trip up the Volga. 914.7 J65 
Johnstown, Fenn. Johnson. History of the 

Johnstown flood. 974.8 J63 

Johonnot, James. Book of cats and dogs. 

J591.5 J66 

— - Friends in feathers and furs. J59 1 .5 J66F 

— School houses. 727 J66 
^ Stories of our country. J973 J66 

— Ten great events in history. 909 J66T 

— comp. Stories of other lands. J909 J66 
Jokai, Maurice. Modem Midas. 3 J67 
Jolly, Emily. Colonel Dacre. 2 J68Co 
Joly, Nicolas. Man before metals. 571 J68 
Jomini, A H., Baron de. Art of war. 355 J68 
Jonathan and his continent. Blount and Allyn. 

917.3 BG2 
Jones, C. CX Antiquities of the southern Indians. 

970.1 J71 

— Negro myths from the Georgia coast 398.3 J71 
Jones, C. H., comp. Vers de soci^t^. 821 J71 
Jones, Mrs, C. S., and Williams, H. T. House- 
hold elegancies. 749 J71 

Jones, J. B. Life and adventures of a country 
merchant. 1 J72 

>- Rebel war chBtkHt diary, 2 v. 973.7 J72 

Jones, Major, paeud. See Thompson, W. T. 

Jones, Thomas. History of New Tork during the 
Revolutionary War. 2 v. 974.7 J73 

Jones, William. Finger-ring lore. 391 J73 

— Treasures of the earth. 622 J73 
Joseph Bonaparte, King of Naples and Spain, 

Abbott. History of Joseph Bonaparte. 

J923.1 J771A 

Josephine, JE^preMo/.FVanc<!. Abbott. History 
ofJose^iine. J923.1 J77A 

— HsADLKT. Life of the Empress Josephine. 

923.1 J77H 

— IjIFB of the Empress Josephine, anon, 

923.1 J77L 

— Mkmbs. Memoirs of the Empress Josephine. 

923.1 J77M 
Josephns, Flavins. Last days of Jerusalem. 

933 J77 

— Woria; tr. by W. Whiston. 933 J77W 
Josh Billings, pseud. See Shaw, H. W. 

Josh Billings; his works. Shaw. 817 8h2 

JcMhua; his life and times. Deane. 

220.92 J78D 
Joslah Allen's Wife, pseud. See Holley, Mari- 
etta. 
Jimlah Allen's wife as a P. A. and P. L Holley. 

817 U72J 



Jottings from the Pacific. Gill. 911 

Jonmal of the reign of Queen Victoria. ( 

8v. 8 

Journalism. Boubns. Rnglieh newspa; 

O 
Jonmer in BraziL Agassiz. 91 ( 

Journey to Ashango-land. Du Chaillu. 

J916. 
Jowett, Benjamin, tr, Plato. Dialogi 

881 

Joyce, R. D. Deirdr^. ( 

Judaism. Edebshxdi. Rites and worsh 

Jews. 29 

— STAiYiiET. Lectures on the history of ti 

church. 8 v. : 

Judas MaccabflBus and the Jewish war of i 

ence. Conder. 9 

Judd, J. W. Volcanoes. 55 

Judd, Sylvester. Mai-garet 

— Richard Edney. 

Jndea. Ck>in>SB. Judas Maccabasus 
Jewish war of independence. S 

— HosMER. Story of the Jews. 9 

— JOBEPHUS. Last days of Jerusalem; e 

J. Church. i 

— JosEPHXJS. Works ; tr. by W. Whistoi 

93: 

— MiLMAN. History of the Jews. 3 v. 

939 

— Mn.MAW. History of the Jews. rev. ec 

9 

— Mobbison. Jews under Roman rule. 9 

— Raphall. Post-Biblical history of the J 

9 

— Sharps. History of the Hebrew natio 

literature. I 

Judge and jury. Ahbott. 3 

Judson, E. C. KsNDBiGK. Life and ! 

Mrs. Emily C. Judson. 928. 

«« Jukes." Dugdale. 3 

Julius CsBsar ; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. Sha 

829 
July. Adams, ed, 821 

Juncker, E., pseud. See Schmieden, El 
June. Adams, ed, 821 

June to May ; sermons of a year. Hale. 

Jungle, peak, and plain. Stables. J91 

Junius, pseud. Letters. S 

— Letters ; ed. by John Wade, 2 v. 821 
Junkin, D. X., and Norton, F. H. Life 

field Scott Hancock. 923 

Jusserand, J. A. A J. English wayfarii 

the Middle Ages. S 

Justin. History of the world ; tr. by J. 

bon. in 8T8, 

Juvenal. Satires ; tr. Lewis Evans. 8 

— Walpord. Juvenal. 877. 



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K KM B I iK» 



Kaler, J. O. {James Otia)- I^ft behind. Jl K12L 

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919.8 K13 

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KearTy C. F. Outlines of primitive belief. 

291 K21 

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Keats 9 John— conttntced. 

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£. H. JLr, 

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iMingf C. H. B. Child's history of Rome. 

J9: 
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Lamartiney A. M. L. de. French Rev< 

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8; 

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York. 2v. R974 

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595 
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3 

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Landisy S. M. Social war of 1900. 1 103 

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See also Pronanciation. 



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Las Cases, E. A. D. M. J., Marquis de. Memoir 
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VL 252 L34 

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— Reeyes. History of the English law from the 

time of the Romans to the end of the Eliza- 
bethan reign. 347.09 R25 

— Warren. AdYentures of an attorney in search 

of practice. 340.9 W25 

Lawy Commercial. See Commercial Law. 
Lawy Constitntional. See Constitutional Law 

and History. 
Law, Criminal. See Criminal Law. 
Law, International. See International Law. 
Law Treatises. Blackstone. Commentaries on 

the laws of England. 2y. R347 B56 

— Drone. Treatise on the law of property. 

347 D83 

— Forsyth. Hortensius; an historical essay on 

the office and duties of an adYOcate. 347 F77 

— Ejcnt. Commentaries on American law. 

347 K41 

— St. Germain. Doctor and student. 347 Sa2 
Lawless, Emily. Chelsea householder. 2 L42C 

— Hurrish. 2 L42H 

— Major Lawrence. 2 L42M 

— Millionaire's cousin. 2 L42JI[i 

— Story of Ireland. 941 .5 L42 

— With Essex in Ireland. 2 L42W 
Lawrence 9 Uncle, paeud. In search of a son. 

J502 L43 

— Story of a mountain. J914.94 L43 

— Toung folks' ideas. J602 L43 

— Young folks' queries. J602 L43Y 
Lawrence 9 A. A. Lawrence, W. R. Life of 

Amos A. Lawrence. 923.6 L43 

Lawrence 9 O. A. Anteros. 2 L43A 

— Barren honour. 2 L43B 

— Breaking a butterfly. 2 L43Br 

— Ouy Livingstone. 2 L43G 

— Hagarene. 2 L43H 

— Sans merci. 2 L43S 

— Sword and gown. 2 L43Sw 



Lawrence 9 W. R. Life of Amos A. Lawrence. 

923.6 L43 

Lawson, Geoi^. Macfarlane. Life and times 
of Geoi^ LawBon. 922 L44 

Lawson, J. A. Wandering naturalists. 590 L44 
Lay sermons, addresses, and reviews. Huxley. 

504 H98L 

Layardy Sir A. H. DisooYeries amongthe ruins of 

Nineveh and Babylon. 913.35 L45 

Leader, J. D. Mary, Queen of Soots in captivity. 

923.1 M36L 

Leaders of public opinion in Ireland. Lecky. 

923.2 L49 

Lean, F. (M.) Blindfold. 2 L47B 

— Brave heart and true. 2 L47Br 

— Broken blossom. 2 L47Bro 

— Confessions of Gerald Estcourt 2 L47C 

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2 L47Ln 

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2 L47]|lni 

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— Petronel. 2 L47Pe 
-PhyUida. 2 L47Fli 

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— Scarlet sin. 2 L47S 

— Spiders of society. 2 L47Sp 

— Star in a heart 2 L478t 

— Under the lilies and roses. 2 L47U 

— Veronique. 2 L47V 

— With Cupid's eyes. 2 L47W 

— Written in fire. 2 L47Wr 
Lear 9 Edward. Nonsense books. 827 L47 
Le Bmn, M. L. E. V. Tylar, ed. Souvenirs of 

Madame Vig^ Le Brun. 927 L49 



a4Q) 



LECKY. 



LESTER. 



heckjf W. E. H. History of England in the 
eighteenth oentiuy. 8 v. 942 L40 

— History of European morals. 2 v. 170 Ij49 

— History of the rise and influence of the spirit of 

rationalism in Europe. 2 v. 211 1j40 

— Leaders of public opinion in Ireland. 

923.2 L49 
Le Conte, Joseph. Sight. 535 L49 

Lectare-notes on physics. Mayer. 530 JII45 
Lectnrps and discourses. Spalding. 252 Spl 
Lectures at Broadmead Chapel, Bristol, Eng. 
2v. Foster. 252 F81 

Lectures delivered in America in 1874. Kingsley. 

824 K58 
Lectures on dramatic art and literature. SchlegeU 

808.2 Sch3 
Lectures on natural history. Chadboume. 

590 C34 
Lectures on scientific subjects. Heimholtz. 

504 H36 
Lectures on sculpture. Flaxman. 730 F61 
Lectures on the electromagnet. Thompson. 

538 T37 

Lectures on the history of the Eastern church. 

Stanley. 281 St2 

Lectures on the history of the Jewish churdi. 3 v. 

Stanley. 296 St2 

Lectures on the principal doctrines and practices of 

the Catholic church. 2 v. Wiseman. 

282 W75 

Lee, Holme, paeud. See Parr, Harriet. 

Lee, Margaret. Divorce. 1 L54D 

Lee, M. C. In the cheering-up business. 1 L51I 

— Quaker girl of Nantucket. 1 L51<^ 
I^ee, R. E. Cooke. Life of Gteneral Robert E. 

Lee. 923.5 L51C 

Lee 9 S. (W.) B. Australian wanderers. 

919.4 L51 
Leey Vernon. See Paget , Violet. 
Leey Yan Fhou. "When I was a boy in China. 

915.1 L51 
Leechy H. H. Letters of a sentimental idler. 

910.8 L51 

Leedsy H. C, and Dwight, James. Laws of 

euchre. 795 L51 

Leeds, L. W. Treatise on ventUation. 697 L51 

Leesy WiUiam. Acoustics, light, and heat. 

530 L51 

— Elements of acoustics, light, and heat. 

530 L51E 
Le Fanu, J. S. Ouy DevereU. 2 L52G 

Lel^vrey Andr^. Wonders of architecture. 

720 L52 
Legal Tender. See Money. 
Legend of Jubal, and other poems. Cross. 

in 824 C88Im 
Legend of Sleepy Hollow. Irving. 818 Ir8L 
Legends and fairy tales of Ireland, anon, 

398.4 L52 

Legends and Traditions. Baldwin. Story of 

Rolazid. 398.2 B19K 



Legends and Traditions— oonfinued. 

— Baldwin. Story of Signed. 398.2 B19 

— Bulfinch. Age of chivalry. 398.2 B87 

— BUX.FINCH. Legends of Charlemagne. 

398.2 B87L 

— Farrington. Tales of King Arthur. 

J398.2 F24 

— Lanier. Knightly legends of Wales. 

398.2 L27 

— Leoends and fairy tales of Ireland, anon, 

398.4 L52 

— Leland. Algonquin legends of New England. 

398.2 L53 

— Malory. Boy's King Arthur ; ed. by Sidney 

Lanier. J398.2 JII29 

— Malory. History of King Arthur; ed. by T. 

Wright. 398.2 M29H 

— Malory. King Arthur and his knights of the 

Round Table; ed. by H. Frith. J398.2 . M29F 

— Rhys. Studies in the Arthurian legends. 

398.2 R34 

— Wagner. Epics and romances. 398.2 W12 

See aUo Fairy Talcs and Folk-lore. 
Leggey James. Life and teachings of Confucius. 

181.1 L52 
Le G0II9 Francois. Life of Louis Adolph Thiers. 

923.2 T34 
Leicester, Simon de Montfort, Earl of, Crsigh- 

TON. Life of Simon de Montfort 923.2 JII7GC 
Leightony C. C. Life at Puget Sound. 917.9 L53 
Leland 9 C. G. Abraham Lincoln. 923.1 L03L 

— Algonquin legends of New England. 398.2 L53 

— Gypsies. 397 L53 

— Manual of wood carving. 736 L53 
Lemon 9 Mark. Falkner Lyle. 2 L54F 

— Golden fetters. 2 L54G 

— Leyton Hall, and other tales. 2 L54L 

— Loved at last. 2 L54Lo 

— Wait for the end. 2 L54 W 
Lenormanty Francois. Beginnings of history. 

930 L54B 

— and Chevallier, E. Manual of the ancient his- 

tory of the East. 930 L54 

LeOy X., Pope, Roscoe. Life and pontificate of 
Leo X. 2 v. 922 L555 

Leonowens, A. H. English governess at the Siam- 
ese court. 915.9 I«55 

— Romance of the harem. 915.9 L55R 
Le Sage, A. R. Adventures of Gil Bias. 4 L56 
Leslie 9 Emma. At the sign of the Blue Boar. 

2 L56A 

— Dearer than life. 2 L56D 

— Saxby. 2 L56S 
Leslie 9 Madeline, paeud. See Baker, H. K. (W.) 
Lesseps, Ferdinand, Comte de. Suez canaL 

626 L56 
Lessons from nature in mind and matter. MiiraTt. 

215 M69 
Lessons in electricity. Tyndall. 537 T97Ij 
Lessons in life. Hc»lland. 814 H71L 

Lester, H. F, . Hartas Maturin, 2 L563H 



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L'ESTRAlfGE. 



LIFE. 



L'EMtrangey A. G. K., ed. Friendshipe of Mary 
RuaseU Mitf ord. 928.28 M69 

lie Strange 9 GKiy. Palestine under Moslem sway. 

956 L56 

LethebiTy Henry. On food. 664 L56 

Letters and social alms. Emerson. 814 Eni3Le 
Letters of a sentimental idler. Leech. 

910.8 L51 
Letters of a traveller. Bryant. 910.8 B84 

Letters on demonolog^y and witchcraft Seott. 

133 8eo8 

Letters on natural magic. Brewster. 133 B75 
Letters on natural philosophy, addressed to a 

German princess. 2 v. Ealer. 530 Ea5 
Letters relating to the American Revolution. 

Riedesel. 971.3 R44 

Letters to elder daughters. Starrett. 173 St2 
Letters to Fanny Brawne. Keats. 826 K22 
Letters to Imlay. Goodwin. 928.2 G54 

Letters to Miss J. Wellington, Duke of. 

826 W46 

Letters to the Joneses. Holland. 170 H71 

Letters to various persons. Thorean. 818 T39L 

Lever y Charles. Arthur O'Leary. 2 L57A 

— Barrington. 2 L57B 

— Bramleighs of Bishop'H Folly. 2 L57Br 

— Charles O'Malley. 2 L57Ch 

— ConfenioDsof ConCregan. 2 L57Co 

— Daltons. 2 v. 2 L57D 

— Davenport Dunn. 2 L57Da 

— Day's ride. 2 L57Dr 

— Dodd family abroad. 2 L57Do 

— Fortunes of Glencore. 2 L57r 

— Harry Lorroquer. 2 L57H 

— Horace Templeton. 2 L57Ho 

— JackHinton. 2 L57J 

— Kate O'Donoghue. 2 L57K 

— Knight of Gwynne. 2 L57Kn 

— Lord Kilgobbin. 2 L57Lo 

— Luttrell of Arran. 2 L57Lu 

— Martins of Cro' Martin. 2 L57JII 

— Maurice Tiemay. 2 L57Ma 

— 0»Donoghue. 2 L570 

— One of them. 2 L570n 

— Rent in a cloud. 2 L57Re 

— Roland CasheL 2 L57R 

— St. Patrick's eve.— Paul Gosslett's confessions. 

2 L578 

— Sir Brook Foesbrooke. 2 L578i 

— Sir Jasper Carew. 2 L57SJ 

— That boy of Noroott's. 2 L57Tli 

— Tom Burke of ** Ours." 2 L57Tm 

— Tony Butler. 2 L57To 
Leviy Leone. History of British oommeroe. 

380 L57 
Lewesy G. H. Biographical history of philosophy. 

109 L58 

— Problems of life and mind, 5 v. 150 L58 

— Ranthorpe. 2 L5H 

— Story of Goethe'ft life. 928.32 G71L 



Lewis, A. J. {Professor Hoffmann,) Tricks with 
cards. 795 L58 

Lewis, C. T. Elementary Latin dictionary. 

R473 L58 
Lexicons. See Dictionaries. 
Liberal education of women. Orton. 376 Or8 
Liberal living on narrow means. Herrick. 

641 U43 
Liberia. Stockwell. Republic of Liberia. 

916.6 St6 

Library Administration. Blades. Enemies of 

books. 025 B56 

— DswsT. Decimal claasiflcation. 11025.4 D51 

— Dewey, comp. Library school rules [for cata- 

loguing]. R025.3 D51 

— United States— £!duoatum, Bureau of. Public 

libraries in the United States. R027 Un3 

Library companion. Oibdin. 028 D54 

Library Company of Philadelplilay PhiUjuM- 

phia^ Penn, Catalogue of the bocdcs. 1807. 

R017 L61 

— Bulletin, new series, no. 28-26. R018 L61 
Library manual. Appleton. R017 Ap5 
Library notes. Russell. 814 R91 
Library of American biognqphy. 10 v. Sparks, 

ed, 920 Sp2 

Library of American literature. 11 v. Stedman 

and Hutchinsony ed, R810.8 St3 

Library of choice literature. 8 v. Spoflbrd and 

Gibbon, ed. R808.8 Sp6 

Library of universal knowledge; American addi- 
tions to Chambers^s encyclopsddia. 4 v. 

R032. C35A 
Library of wit and humor. 5 v. Spoflbrd and 

Shapleyyed. R808.7 Sp6 

Library school rules [for cataloguing]. Dewey, 

comp, R025.3 D51 

Liddell, H. G., and Scott, Robert Greek-English 

lexicon. R483 L61 

Lie, J. L. £. PUot and his wife. 839.83 L62P 
Lietze, Ernest Modem heliographic processes. 

770 L62 
Life among the flowers. Greenwood. 808 G85 
Life and g^wth of language. Whitney. 

401 W61 
Life and her children. Buckley. 590 B85 

Life and times of Jesus the Messiah. 2 v. Eder- 

sheim. 232 Ed2 

Life and travels of Mungo Park. 916 P21 

Liie at Puget Sound. Leighton. 917.9 L53 
Life, Future. See Future Life. 
Life in Danbury. Bailey. 817 Bi5L 

Life in London. Egan. 914.2 Egl 

Life in the old world. 2 v. Bremer. 914 B75 
Life in the open air, and other papers. Winthrop. 

917.3 W73 
Life in the Sandwich Tslands. Cheever. 

919.69 €41 
Life, its true genesis. Wright. 215 W93 

Life of the Gr^^ks fuid Romana Gohl and 

Koner, 913.3 G99 



a^ 



LIFE, 



LITERATURE. 



Life oil the HiflBiatflpid. Clemens. - 817 C502L 
Life on the seashore. Emeiton. 591.9 Ein3 
Light. OULSEBBOOK. Physical optlcs. 535 G46 
>-LBCk>xiTB. Light. 535 L49 

— LOBOOEL. Nature of light 535 L83 

— HAaiON. Wonders of optics. 535 M33 

— Nuoxnr. Treatise on optics. 535 N89 

— Pleasonton. Bine raj of sunlight. 535 P71 

— Rood*. Modem chroinatics. 535 R67 

— TnfDAix. Light and electricity. 535 T97 

— TnfDAix. EUx lectures on light. 535 T978 

— Vooxii. Chemistry of light and photography. 

535 ¥86 
Light of Asia. Arnold. 821 Ar6L 

Light of the world. Arnold. 821 Ar6Li 

Light of the woHd, and other sermons. BriMiks. 

252 B79 

Light soieiioe for leisure hours. Proctor. 

504 P94 
Lighthooses. Adams. ' lighthouses and light- 
ships. 627 Adl 

— CBOW1IIK8HIKID. All among the lighthouses. 

627 C88 

U^ting. See Gas. 

lillley L. C. Colonel^ moo^. 

— Esther's fortune. 

— Household of Glen Holly. 

— Jo's qpportuiii^. 

— Mildred's haigahL 

— My motiier's enemy. 
-Nan. 

— Phil and tiie haby.— False witnesB. 

— Prudence. 

— Rolf House. 

— 8tory of music and muslfiiiins for young readers. 

J780 L62 

UncolMy Abraham. Ajuiold. Life of Abraham 

linooln. 923.1 L63 

— Bbookb. Abraham Lhicoln. J923.1 L63B 

— CHZTTBliDXir. Recollections of President Lincoln 

and his administration. 923. 1 L63C 

— FoeiKB. Abraham LincohL 923.1 
*- HoiXAMD. Life of Abraham Lincoln. 

923.1 

— LtLARD. Abraham LincohL 923.1 
LinoolAy J. T. (G.) Her Washington season. 

1 L63 

LiadennaHy H. R. Money and legal tender in 

the United States. 332 L64 

Liadieyy Walter, and Widney, J. P. California 

of the South. 917.94 L64 

Liadaaff W. L. Mind in the lower animals. 2 v. 

591.5 L64 
Liadsteyy D. P. Element^ of tadiygraphy. 

653 L64E 

— Hand-book of taUgrafy. 653 L64H 

— Short ooarse in business shorthand. 653 L64S 
Liaganly John. History of England. 10 v. 

942 L64 
Liagaiatto asBiqrB. Abel, 404 Ab3 



Jl 


L62C 




L62E 


Jl 


L62H 


Jl 


L62J 


Jl 


L62M 




L62JII 


Jl 


L62N 




L62P 




L62Pr 


Jl 


L62R 



L63F 

L63H 
L63L 



Linn^y previoualy Linaaens^ Carl 
Through the fields with TjinnffHiR. 


von. Caddy. 
2v. 






925 L64 


Liasidll, l£ary. Li exchange for a souL 2 L649I 
Lintouy E. L Atonement of Leam Dundas. 






2 L65A 


— From dreams to waking. 

— Girl of the period. 

— lone. 




2 L65F 

2 L65G 

2 L65I 


— Joshua Davidson. 




2 L65J 


— Lizzie Lorton of Greyrigg. 

— My love. 

— Our professor. 

— Patricia KembalL 




2 L65L 
2 L65My 

2 L650 
2 L65Pa 


— Sowing the wind. 

— Through the long nights. 

— Todhunters' at Loanin' Head, 


2 L65S 
2 L65Th 

and other stories. 






2 L65T 



— Under which lord ? 2 L65U 

— With a silken thread, and other stories. 

2 L65Wi 

— World well lost. 2 L65Wo 
Lion hunting and sporting life in Algeria. Gerard. 

916.5 <;31 
Lippincott's pronouncing gazetteer of the world. 

R910.3 L66 

^Same, newed. R910.3 L66C 

Lippincott's universal prcMiouncing dictionary of 

biography and mythology ; comp. by J. Thomas. 

R920 L66 
Liquids. Bowser. Elementary treatise on hydro- 
mechanics. 532 B68 

— EwBANK. Descriptive and historical account of 

hydraulic and other machines for raising water. 

532 Ewl 
Litchfield, G. D. Little Venice, and other stories. 

1 L71L 

— Only an incident 1 L710 
Literary character of men of genius. 4 v. Dis- 

raeU. 804 D63L 

Literary criticism. De <|aiacey. 824 D44L 
Literary history of England. 3 v. Olliphant. 

820 013 
Literary landmarks of London. Hutton. 

914.2 H97 

Literary recollections. Paya. 928.23 P29 

Literary remains. Dentsch. 892.4 D48 

Literary reminiscences. De Quince y. 

824 D44Li 
Literary style. Mathews. 814 JII42L 

Literature. Adams. Famous books. 820 Adl 

— BoTTA.. Handbook of universal literature. 

809 B65 

— Brewer. Reader's handbook of alliisions, plots, 

and stories. R803 B75 

— Hallam. Literature of Europe. 2v, 809 1115 

— QUACKSNBOS. Ancient literature. 809 Q2 

— Ripley and Taylor. CyclopeBdia of literature 

and the fine arts. R803 R48 

— ScHLBQBL, Hi«tory of Uterature. . 809 SgIi2 



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LOCKHART. 



Literature — continued. 

— SiMONDE DB SiBMONDi. Literature of the south 

of Europe. 2 v. 809 Si8 

Collections, 

— Baxsb, ed. Medley dialect recitatioiis. 

808.7 B17M 

— Baker, ed, Negro dialect recitatloiiB. 

808.7 B17N 

— Branch. Hamilton speaker. 808 B73 

— Carpenter, ed. Popular readings in prose and 

verse. 808 C22 

— EuoT, ed. Selections from American authors. 

818 £14 

— Firth, comp. VoioeBfor the speechless. 

808 F51 

— Greenwood. Life among the flowers. 808 G85 

— Knight, comp. Half hours with the best 

authors. 6 v. 808*8 K74 

— Monroe, ed. Public and parlor readings ; humor- 

ous. 808 JII75P 

— Monroe, ed. Public and parlor readings ; mis- 

cellaneous. 808 M75Pa 

- Monroe, ed. Young folks^ readings. 

J808 JII75Y 

— Morris, comp. Half hours with the best Ameri- 

can authors. 4v. 810,8 3183 

— SCUDDER, comp. Children's book. 

J808.8 8ea2 

— Bpofford and Gibbon, ed. Library of choice 

literature. 8 v. R808.8 Sp6 

— Spofford and Shapley, ed. Library of wit 

and humor. 5 v. R808.7 Sp6 

— Stedman and Hutchinson, ed. Library of 

American literature. 11 v. R810.8 St3 

— SwiNTON, ed. Book of tales. 808 Sw6 

— Whittier, comp. Child life in prose. 

808 W61C 
See al9o American Literature ;— English 
Literature ;— French Literature ;— Ger- 
man Literature 9 etc. 
Literature and dogma. Arnold* 2W Ar6L 
Literature and life. Whipple. 814 W58L 

Literature of Europe. 2 v. Hallam. 800 H15 
Literature of the age of Elizabeth. Whipple* 

830 W67 
Literature of the south of Europe. Simonde de 
Sismondi. 800 818 

LIthology. See Rocks* 
Little Arthur's history of England. Callcott* 

J042 C13 
Little claaedcs. See Johnson 9 JB* R* 
Little folks in feathers and furs. Miller. 

J591 M61L 
Little foxes. Stowe. 173 St7 

Little masters. Scott. 027 8co8 

Little neighbors at Elmridge. Church. 

591.5 C47L 
Little people and their homes. Hook* 

J505*7 H76 

Little people cif AsiA' Miller* J915 M61 



Little tour in France. James. 914.4 J23 

Livermorey M. A. My story of the war. 

973.7 L75 

Lives and deeds of our self-made men. Stowe* 

923 St7 

Lives and times of the Roman pootiflk Artaod 
deMontor. 2 v. R922 ArT 

Lives and voyages of Drake, Cavendidi, and Dam- 
pier, anon. 923.5 L75 

Lives and works of the engineers. Smiles. 

926 Sm4L 
Lives of celebrated travellera. St. John. 

923*9 Sa2 

Lives of eminent novelists and dramatistB. Scott. 

928*2 Sco8 
Lives of girls who became famous. Bolton. 

920*7 BOS 

Lives of poor boys who became famous. Bolton. 

920 B63L 

Lives of the chief justices of England. Campbell* 

6v. 923*4 C15C 

Lives of the lord chancellms and keepers of the 

great seal of England. 11 v. Campbell* 

923*4 C15L 

Lives of the most eminent British painters and 
sculptors. 4 v. Cunningham. 927 C91 

Lives of the most eminent English poets. Johnson . 

928.21 J03 

Lives of the most eminent painters, sculptors, and 
architects. 5 v. Yasari. 927 y44Li 

Liv^s of the saints. Butler* 922 B97 

Lives of the signers of the Declaration of Independ- 
ence. Dwight. 923*2 I>96 

Living lights. Holder* 591 H71 

Living Paris and France. Wliiteing. 

914.4 W58 

Livingston, Grace. Chautauqua idyL 1 L76 

Livingstone 9 David. Last journals in Central 

Africa. 923.9 L76W 

— Hughes. David Livingstone. 923*9 L76 

— Smiles. David Livingstone. 923.9 L76S 
Livy. History of Rome; tr. by D. SpUlan. 4 v. 

878.4 Sp4 

— Stories from Livy; ed. by A. J. Church. 

878.4 C47 

— Collins. Livy. 878.4 C69 
Loaringy H. J., ed. Conunon sayings, words, and 

customs. 423 L78 

Local government and taxation. Cobden - Club* 

330 C63L 
Locke, D. R. (Petroleum V. Natiby.) Demagogue. 

I L79 

— Ekkoee from Kentucky. 817 L79E 

— Morals of Abou Ben Adhem. 817 L79M 
~ Nasby in exile. 914 L79 

— Paper dty. 1 L79P 

— Swingin' round the cirkle. 817 L79Sw 
Locke, John. Works. 2 v. 192 L79 
Lockhart, J. G. History of Napoleon Buonaparte. 

2v. 993,1 IflOLQ 



M AJX 



LOCKHART. 



LOTHROP. 



ItfOckliarty J. Q,— continued. 
^Memoin of Sir Walter Scott 3t. 

928.33 8co8L 

— RegiDald Dttlton. 2 L81R 
Lockbart, L. W. M. Mine is thine. 2 LSISJH 
I«ockfer, J. N. Astranomy. 520 L81 

— Staif;adiig. 522 L81 

— Stodiee in q)ectnim analyBis. 544 Ii81 
Ijookwocidy T. D. Electrici^, magnetiam, and 

electric telegraphj. 537.8 L78 

— Praotioal information for telephonistB. 

537.8 L78P 
LcNsomotive. See Steam En^ne. 
Locusts and wild honey. Barronghs. 814 B94Ij 
Lodge, F^wtnnH. Portraits of illustrious jteraonr 
agea. 8 v. 920 L82 

Lodge, H. C. Alexander Hamilton. 923.2 H18L 

— Short history of the English colonies in America. 

973.2 L82 

— Six popular tales. J398 L82 
Lodge, O. J. Hodem views of electricity. 

537 L82 
Loftie,W. J. Art in the house. 707 L82 

-Bide in Egypt J916.2 L82 

Logic. Bain. Logic. 160 B16 

— Haio. Symbolism; or, Mind— ^natter— language. 

160 H12 

— Jkvons. Logic. 160 J53 
-Mahah. Science of logic. 160 M28 

— HiLX.. System of logic, ratiodnatiYe and induc- 

tive. 160 M59 

— SiDOWiCK. Fallacies. 165 Sil 
Logic and life. Holland. 252 H71 
Loher , Franz van. Cyprus ; historical and descrip- 
tive. 956 L83 

Lombard street Bagehot. 332 B14L 

Lommel, E. C. J. Nature of light. 535 L83 
London. Badkkeb. London and its environs. 

914.2 B14L 

— EoAN. Life in London. 914.2 £gl 

— Oreknwood. Wilds of Londcm. 914.2 G85 
-Harb. Walks in London. 914.2 H22 

— Hunt. Old court sujburb; or, Memorials of 

Kensington. 942 H91 

— Hunt. Town; its memorable characters and 

events. 942 H91T 

— HuTTON. Literary landmarks of London. 

914.2 H97 

— Martin. OM Chelsea. 914.2 ilI36 

— Mat^uz. Bambles round London town. 

914.2 M41 

— Mathsw. London characters. 914.2 M45 

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— TncBS. Clubs and club life in London. 

914.2 T48C 
Long, C. C. Central Africa. 916.7 L85 

Long, J. Eastern proverbs and emblems. 

398.9 L85 

LoBgy 8. p. Art; its laws and the reasons for 

them. 709 L85 



Longfellowy H. W. Evangeline. 811 L86E 

— Golden legend. 812 L86 

— Hanging of the crane. 811 L86iII 
~ Hyperion. 1 L86II 

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— Kavanagh. 1 L86K 

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— Poetical works. 811 L86P 

— Same. rev. ed. 811 L86P0 

— Song of Hiawatha. 811 L86S 

— Tales of a wayside inn. 81 1 L86T 

— tr. Dante Alighieri. Divine comedy. 

851 D23 

— Dante Alighieri. Vision. 851 D23V 

— ed. Poems of places. 821 L86 

— Underwood. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. 

928.11 L86U 
Longman, F. W. Frederick the Great, and the 
Seven Years' War. 943 L86 

Longstreety A. B. Good form ; cahls, their sig- 
nificance and proper uses. 395 L86G 

— Social etiquette of New York. 395 L86S 
Lonsdale, Margaret. Sister Dora. 922 P27 
Look-about Club. Bamford. J590 B21L 
Lorillard Library, Jersey CUy^ N. J. Catalogue 

of books, magazines, andnew8pi^)erB ; oomp. by 

Leonard J. Gordon. R018 L89 

Lorimer, G. C. Isms old and new. 252 L89 

Lorimer, James. Institutes of law. 340.1 L89 

Loring, G. B. Farm- Yard Club of Jotham. 

630 L89 

Lossing, B. J. American «xntenary. R973 L89 

— Eminent Americans. 920 L89 

— History of the American Revolution. 8 v. 

973.3 L89H 
>- Life of Washington. 8 v. 923.1 W27L 

— Mary and Martha ; mother and wife of Washing- 

ton. 923.1 W271 

— Our country. 3 v. 973 L890 

— Pictorial fieki book of the Civil War. 8 v. 

973.7 L89 

— Pictorial flekl book of the Revolution . 2 v. 

973.3 L89 

— Pictorial field book of the War of 1812. 

973.5 L89 

— Story of the United States navy. J973 L89S 

— Two spies ; Nathan Hale and John Andr^. 

923.5 H13L 

— Washington and the American republic. 3 v. 

923.1 W27LO 
Lost beauties of the English language. Mackay.. 

427 M19 
Lost city. Ker. J915.8 K45 

Lost histories of America. Blacket. 571 B56 
Lost in the Jungle. Da Chaiilu. J916.7 D85L 
Lothrop, Amy, pseud. See Warner, A B. 
Lothrop, H. M. {Margaret Sidney.) Diliy and the 
captain. Jl L910 

— Five little Peppers. J 1 L91F 

— Golden West. J917.3 L91 

— How they went to Europe. Jl L91S 



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a45) 



LOTHROP. 



I.YTTON. 



LothroPf H. "M.,— continued. 

— Minutoman 

^ New departure for girls. 

— Old Concord. 

— PettiboDe name. 

~ St. G^i^ and the dragon. 



811 L91M 

Jl L91N 

017.44 L91 

Jl L91P 

Jl L91S 



— Two modem little princes, and other stories. 

Jl L91T 

— What the seven did. Jl L91W 
Lotus and jeweL Arnold. 821 Ar6I«o 
Lotus-eating. Curtis. 917.4 C94 
Loudon, J. W. Entertaining naturalist. 590 L02 

— Mummy. 2 L02 
Louis XIV., King of France, Abbott. History 

of Louis XIV. J023.1 L024A 

— James. Ufe and times of Louis the Fourteenth. 

2v. 023.1 L024J 

Louis XVIL, King of France, BEAUCHSSinB. Louis 

XVII ; his life ; his suffering ; his death. 2 v. 

023.1 L027B 
Louis Philippe. Abbott. History of Louis 
PhiUppe. J023.1 I4^20A 

Louisiana. Cable. Creoles of Louisiana. 

076.3 Cll 

— Ddotby. History of Louisiana. 076.3 D50 
~ Thompson. Story of Louisiana. 076.3 T37 
Lounsbury, T. R. James Fenimore Cooper. 

028.13 C78L 
Loire 9 E. G., coTnp. Pavements and roads. 

625 L94 
Lovel 1 9 K. R . Nature^s wonder-workers. 

595.7 L94 
Lover, Samuel. Handy Andy. 2 L94H 

— RoryO'More. 2 L94R 

— Bernard. Life of Samuel Lover. 928.23 L94 
Love's labour's lost; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. Shak- 

speare. 822.33 R17 

Lovett, Richard. Irish pictures, drawn with pen 

and pencil. R914.15 L94 

— Pictures fiom Holland, drawn with pen and 

pencil. R914.92 L94 

Low 9 Sampson, comp. English catalogue of books, 

18&5-80. 8v. R015 L95 

— &i7rie; Index. 8 v. R015 L951 

— English catalogue of books, 1881 — date. 

R015 L95N 
Lowder, Charlea Trench. Charles Lowder. 

922 L95 
Lowell) A. L. Essays on government. 320 L95 
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— Biglow papers. 81 1 L95B 

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— M^ study windows. 2 v. 814 L05 

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— Brown Life of James Russell Lowell. 

028.11 L05B 
Lowell, PercivaL Chos5n, the land of the morn- 
ing cakn. 015.19 L05 

— Soul of the far East 015 L05S 
Lowell 9 R. T. S. Story or two from an old Dutch 

town. 1 L058 



Lowndes, W. T. Bibliographer^ manual of Eng- 
lish literature. 11 v. RO 1 5 L05 
Lnbbocky Sir John, Bart, Ants, bees, and wasps. 

505.7 LOO 

— Chapters in popular natural history. 500 L78 

— Fifty years of sdenoe. 500 LOO 

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Lttbke, Wilhelm. History of sculptore. 2 v. 

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Luce 9 S. B. Seamanship. 656 LOO 
Lucian. Traveller^ true tale; ed. by A« J. Church. 

888.7 €47 

— Collins. Lucian. 888.7 COO 

— Same, in 888.4 COOP 
Lncilius. Satires; tr. by Lewis Evans. 877 Ev 1 
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Ludlow, Fitz Hugh. Hasheesh eater. 818 LOO 
Ludlow, J. M. War of American Independence. 

073.3 LOO 
Ludlnm, J. K. At Brown^s. 1 LOO A 

Lukin, James. Amongst machines. J621 Li)6 

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861 C14 
Luska, Sidney, paettd. See Harland, Henry. 
Luther, Martin. Bunsen. Life of Martin Luther. 

022 L07B 

— Mathew. Boyhood of Martin Luther. 

022 L07M 

— Rein. Ufe of Martin Luther. 022 L07R 
Luxmundi. Gore. 232 GOG 
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Lyall, Edna, peeud, Se^ Bayly, A. E. 

Lyde, L. W. Introduction to ancient history. 

030 L08 
Lynn, Mass.— Free Public Library. Catalogue. 

ROlO LOO 

— Bulletin, no. 1, 1888. ROlO LOOB 
Lytton, E. O. E. Lytton-Bulwer, Ist Baron, Alice. 

2 LOO 

— Athens; its rise and falL 038 LOO 

— Caxtons. 2 LOOCa 

— Devereux. 2 LOOD 

— Disowned. 2 LOODi 

— Ernest Maltravers. 2 LOOK 

— Eugene Aram. 2 LOOEu 

— Godolphin. 2 LOOG 

— HarokL 2 LOOII 

— Kenelm Chillingly. 2 LOOK 

— Last days of Pompeii 2 LOOL 

— Last of the barons. 2 LOOLa 

— Leila.— Calderon, the courtier.— Pilgrims of the 

Rhine. 2 LOOLc 

— Lucretia. 2 LOOLn 
-MynoveL 2 v. 2 LOOM 

— Parisians. 2 LOOP 



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HACFARLANE. 



Lftton, E. G. E. Lytton-Bulwer, Jst Baron^-oom- 
tinued. 

— Paul Clifford. 2 LOOPa 

— PauaaniaSy the Spartan. 2 L99Pd 

— Pelham. 2 I.90Pe 

2 LOOR 



Lytton, E. G. E. Lytton-Bulwer, m Baronr-^con- 
tinued, 

— Strange story.— Haunted and the haunters. 

2 L90S 

— What will he do with it ? 2 v. 2 L90w 

— Zanoni. 2 L99Z 



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839.33 MllJ 

NOTB. Same an the foUowinip. 

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McAllister, Ward. Society as I have found it. 

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McCabCy J. D. Our young folks abroad. 

J914 M12 
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McCarthy, Carlton. HSoIdler life in the Army of 

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McCalloch, Hugh. Men and measures of half a 

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Macfarlane, James. American geological railway 

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Macfarlane^ Jamee— continued. 

Macfarlane^ John. Life and tunes of Qeorge 

Lawson. 922 IA4 

MacGahan^ J. A. Campaigning on the Oxus and 

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JHacGinley, T. C. Introduction to the stady of 

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McGlolDy Frank. Norodom, King of Cambodia. 

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McGrathy Terence, pseud. See Blake y H. A. 
Macgregory John. Rob Roy on the Baltic. 

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Machettay B. R. (T.) {Blanche Roosevelt.) Stage- 
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Mackay, Charles. Lost beauties of the English 

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McKay, F. £., ed. Vignettes, real and ideal. 

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Mackay 9 Thomas, e<2. Plea for liberty. 335 M19 
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Mackenzie, A. S. Life of Commodore Oliver 
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McKnighty Charlea Our Western border. 

973.2 M23 



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McLean, S. P. See Greene, S. P. (M.) 
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Macleod, Norman. Days in North Lidia. 

915.4 M22 

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McMinn, Edwin. From cave to palace. 

220.92 D28i3I 
Macnish, Robert. Anatomy of drunkenness. 

178 M23 

Macon, J. A. Uncle Ga,be Tucker. 817 M23 

Macpherson, G. (B.) Memoir of the life of Anna 

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Macqaoid, K. B. Awakening. 2 M24A 

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— Diane. 2 M24D 

— Elizabeth Morley. 2 M24E 

— Faithful lover. 2 M24F 

— Haunted fountain. — Hetty's revenge. 2 M24H 

— In the Ardennes. ^ 914.4 M34 
>- Joan Wentworth. ' 2 M24J 

— Louisa. 2 M24L 

— Mill of St. Herbot 2 M24Mi 

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Macturk, John. Physical geography. 551.4 M25 
Macy, Jesse. Our government. 342.73 M25 
Macy, W. H. Whales wo caught and how wo did 

it J910.4 M25 

Mad world and its inhabitants. Chambers. 

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Madaga8€»ir. Ellis. Three visits to Madagascar. 

910.0 £15 
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Madison, D. (P.) Memoirs and letters of Dolly 
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Magazine of American history, v. 1-4. 

R970 M27 
Magic. See Witchcraft, Magic, etc. 
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Magic Lantern. Dolbear. Art of projecting. 

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a4H) 



MAGIC. 



MANTEUFFJSL. 



Magic I*anteni— continued. 

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Magna Charta stories. Gilman. J004 G42 
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See also Electricity. 
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MabaflTyy J. P. Decay of modem preaching. 

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Mahetible Hopkins and her travels. Hopkins, 

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Maid of Orleans. Adams. 923.5 D24 

Maine, E. S.. Scarscliff Rocks. 2 M281S 

Maine, Sir^ H. J. S. Dissertatians on early law 
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-Thobkau. Maine woods. 917o41 T39 
Maitland, S. R. Dark ages. 270.3 M28 
MfUendie, Lady M. £. Giannetto. 2 M28 
lli^lpr Jones' coartship and travels. Thompson. 

817 T37M 
Makers of Florence. Oliphant. 920 013 

Makers of Venice. Oliphant. 920 013M 

Making of England. Green. 942 G82M 

Making of New England. Drake. 917.4 D78M 
Making of pictures. Whitman. 750 W59 

Making of the great West Drake. 973 D78 
Halaysia. Bubbbidoe. Gardens df the sun. 

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— Watj«acb. Makiy archipelaga 919.1 W15 



Malet, Lucas, paeud. See Harrison, Jfrs. 

William. 
MalletyP.H. Northern antiquities. 913.48 M29 
Mallock, W. H. Lucretius. 871.1 M29 

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Maliory, DanieL Life and speeches of Henry 

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Maliory, E. (H.) {Ellen Haile.) Three Brown 

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Malory, Sir Thomas. Boy^s King Arthur ; ed. by 

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398.2 M29H 

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Malthns, T. R. Elssay cm the principle of popula- 
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Mambi-land. O'Keily. 917.29 Ok2 
Mammalia. See Zoology. 

Man and apes. Mivart. 591 M69 

Man and beast. Wood. 591.5 W85M 

Man and nature. Marsh. 551 M35 

Man before m<)tals. Joly. 571 JG8 

Man-eaters and other odd people. Reid. 

573 R27 

Man Jesus. Chadwick. 232 C34 

Man-of-war life. Nordhoif. J910.4 N75M 
Manliness of Christ. Hughes. 232 H87 

Mann, Henry. Ancient and mediseval republics. 

321.8 M31 
Mann, Horace. Lectures and <tnTifiAi reports on 
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Manners and Customs. Bband. Popular anti- 
quities. 8 Y. 394 B73 

— Daniel. Merrie England in the olden time. 

394 D22 

— Dteb. British popular customs. 394 D98 

— Jones. Finger-ring lore. 391 J73 
Manning, Anne. Cherry and Violet. 2 M31C 

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— Household of Sir Thos. More. 2 JII31H 

— Jacques BonnevaL 2 M31J 

— Maiden and married life of Mazy Powell. 

2 M31M 
Manning, Edward. Six months on a slayer. 

326 M31 

Mansfield, E. D. Life and military services of 
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Mantegazza, Paolo. Physiognomy and expres- 
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Mantegna, Andrea. Cabtwbigbt. Mantegna luid 
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Mantell, G. A. Geological excursions round the 
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— Petrifactions and their teachings. 560 M31 

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Manteollel, U. Z. Yon. Violotta. 3.M3fV 



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MARSHALL. 



Man ton, W. P. Taxidermy without a teacher. 

579 M31T 

Manual of classical literature. Morris. 870 M83 
Manual of historical literature. Adams. 

R016.9 Adl 
Manual of statistics, 1885. R310 M31 

Manufactures. Beach. Wonder stories of science. 

J 670 B35 

— Blinn. Practical workshop companion for tin, 

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— Hasluck. Mechanic's workshop handybook. 

671 H27M 

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671 H27P 

— MBTCAI.FE. Cost of manufactures. 338 M56 

— MuLLiN. Modem moulding and pattern making. 

671 M9I 

— Spretson. Practical treatise on casting and 

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— Ube. Philosophy of manufactures. 670 Url 

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671 V92 

— Warn. Sheet metal worker's instructor. 

671 W24 

— West. American foundry practice. 671 W52 

— West. Moulder's text-book. 671 W52M 

See cUso Metals. 
Many lands and many people, anon. 

910.8 M31 
Maoriy pseud. See Inglis, James. 
Marble prophecy. Holland. 811 H71Ma 

Marcel, Claude. Study of languages. 407 M33 
March , F. A. Comparative granmiar of the Anglo- 
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March. Adams, ed, 821 AdlM 
March to the sea ; Franklin and Nashville. Cox. 

973.7 C83M 
Marching to victory. Coffin. J973.7 C65M 
Marco Polo. See Polo, Marca 
Marcy, R. B. Army life on the border. 

917.8 M33 
Marey, £. J. Animal mechanism. 591 M33 

Margaret of Anjou. Abbott. History of Mar- 
garet of Anjou. J923.1 M33A 
Marie Antoinette. Abbott. History of Maria 
Antoinette. J923.1 M333A 

^Keddeb. Marie Antoinette. 923.1 M333K 

— YONOE. History of Marie Antoinette. 

923.1 M333Y 
Marine Animals. See Zoology. 
Marine Engine. See Steam Engine. 
Marion« Francis. Horry. Life of G^eneral Fran- 
cis Marion. 923.5 M33 
Marion, Fulgenoe. Wonderful balloon ascents. 

533 M33 

— Wonders of optics 535 M33 
^ Wanders of vegetatioo. 580 M34 



Maritime Provinces. Hepwobthi Starboard 
and port. 917 H42 

See also Canada. 
Mark Twain^s Library of humor. Clemens. 

817 C592Ma 
Markham, A. H. Life of John Davis. 923.9 D29 

— Peru. 918.5 M74 

— Whaling cruise to Baffin Bay. 919.8 M74 
Markham, L. R. Threshold of the unknown re- 
gion. 919.8 M34 

Markham, Richard. Colonial days. J973 M34 

— Narrative history of EZing Philip'^ War. 

973.2 M34 

Marlborough, John Churchill, IstDukeof. Coxs. 
Memoirs of the Duke of Marlborough; with 
atlas. 3v. 923.5 M34 

Marlitt, E.^psevd. See John, H. F. C. E. 
Marmion. Scott. 821 Sco8M 

Marriage. Cook. 173 C77 

Marryat, Florence. See Lean, F. (M.) 
Marryat, Frederick. Frank Mildmay. 2 M34F 

— Jacob Faithful. 2 M34J 

— Japhet in search of a father. 2 M34Ja 
-5 King's own. 2 M34K 

— Masterman Ready. 2 M34M 

— Mission ; or, Scenes in Africa. 2 M34Mi 

— Mr. Midshipman Easy. 2 M34Md 

— Newton Forster. 2 M34N 

— Pacha of many tales. 2 M34P 

— Percival Keene. 2 M34Pf 

— Peter Simple. 2 M34Pe 

— Phantom ship. 2 M34Ph 

— Poacher. ^ 2 M34Po 

— Poor Jack. * 2 M34FJ 

— Settlers in Canada. 2 M34S 

— Snarleyyow. 2 M348n 

— Travels and adventures of Monsieur Violet. 

2 M34T 

— Valerie. 2 M34V 
Marsh, G. P. Earth as modified by human action. 

551 M35E 

— Lectures on the ^<^gli«^ language. 420 M35 

— Man and nature. 551 M35 

— Origin and history of the Englisli language. 

420 M350 

Marsh-Caldwell, A. C. Aubrey. 2 M33A 

— Castle Avon. 2 M33C 

— Emilia Wyndham. 2 M33B 

— Evelyn Marston. 2 M33Et 

— Heiress of Haughton. 2 M33H 

— Ravenscliffe. 2 M33R 

— Rose of Ashurst 2 M33Ro 
Marshall, Emma. Alma. 2 M35A 

— Benvenuta. 2 M35B 

— Dayspring. 2 M35D 

— In four reigns. 2 M35i( 

— In the city of flowers. 2 M35Ie 

— In the east country with Sir Thomas Browne, KL 

2 M35Ie 

— Lady Alice. 2 M35L 

— Life's aftermath. 2 M35L 



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MARSHALL. 



MAXWELL. 



Marshally EDunar-Hxmttnued. 

— Mrs. Mainwaring^s joumaL 2 M35M 

— No.13; or, Tfaestoiyof thelo8tYe8taL2 M35N 

— On the banks of the Ouse. 2 M350 

— Tower on the cliff . 2 M35T 

— Under Salisbury spire. 2 M35U 

— Under the Mendips. 2 M35Un 
Hanlially T. W. M. Christian missions. 2 v. 

266 M36 
Martial, M. V. Epigrams. 877.6 M36 

Martin, B. E. In the footprints of Charles Lamb. 

028.24 L16M 
~ Old Chelsea. 914.2 M36 

Martin, E. W. Behind the scenes in Washington. 

917.53 M36 

Martin, John. Craik. Legacy.— Life of John 

Martin. 928.21 M36 

Martin, £fir Theodore. Horace. 874.5 M36 

— Life of the Prince Consort. 923.2 AUM 
Martin, T. C, and Wetzler, Joseph. Electric 

motor. 2d ed. 537.8 M36 

Martin, W. A. P. Chinese ; their education, phil- 
osophy, and letters. 915.1 M36 
Martinean, Harriet. Crofton boys. J 2 M36C 

— P^ats on the fiord. J2 M36F 

— Hampdeos. 2 M36H 

— Hktory of England. 4 v. 942 M36 

— Hoar and the man. 2 M36Ho 

— Peasant and prince J2 M36P 

— Settlers at home. J2 M36S 
Martyn, Henry. Bbix. Henry Martyn. 922 M36 
Martyrs of science. Brewster. 925 B75 
Manrel, Ik, paetul. See Mitchell, D. G. 
ManreU of animal Ufe. Holder. J591 H71M 
ManreU of pond-life. Slack. 578 811 
Mary, Qusen of Scots, Abbott. History of Mary, 

Qoeen of Soots. J923.1 M36A 

— Bell. Life of Mary, Queen of Scots. 2 v. 

923.1 M36B 

— HxADLKT. life of Mary, Qoeen of Soots. 

923.1 M36U 

— Lkadkr. Mary, Queen of Soots in captivity. 

923.1 M36L 
~ Stbickland. Lifeof Mary, Queen of Scots. 2 v. 

923.1 M36S 
Mary, Jules. Shadow of Roger Laroque. 4 M36S 
Maryland. Bbowns. Maryland. 975.2 B81 
Mason, E. T., ed. Humorous masterpieces. 8 v. 

817 M38 

— Samuel Johnson. 928.24 J63M 
Mason, G. C. Life and works of Gilbert Stuart. 

927 St9 
Masqne of poets. Lathrop, ^d. 811 1^4 

Massachusetts. Adams. Emancipation of Mas- 
sachusetts. 277.4 Adl 

— Austin. Nantucket scraps. 917.44 Aq7 

— Bacon. Dictionary of Boston. 917.44 B13 

— Babtuett. Concord. 917.44 B27 
-Batkb. OM Salem. 917.44 B31 

— Drakb. Old landmarks and historical personages 

of Boston. 9l'"'.44 P780 



Massachnsetts— oouttnued. 

^Godfrey. Island of Nantucket 917.44 G54 

— LOTHROP. Old Concord. 917.44 Ii91 

— Thoreau. Cape Cod. 917.44 T39C 

— Thoreau. Excursions. 917.44 T39E 

— Thoreau. Walden. 917.44 T39W 

— Thoreau. Week on the Concord and Merri- 

mack rivers. 917.44 T391¥e 

Masson, David. De Qumcey. 928.24 D44M 
Masson, Gustave. Story of mediaeval France. 

944 M38 
Mat^ux, C. L. George and Robert Stephenson. 

926 St4M 

— Peeps jftbroad for folks at home. 910.8 M41 

— Rambles roimd London town. 914.2 M4 1 

— Wee Willie Winkie. J2 M41W 
Materials of engineering. Thurston. 8 v. 

620 T42 
Mathematics. Atkins. Pure mathematics. 2 v. 

510 At5 

— Davies. Nature and utility of mathematics. 

510 n28N 

— Davies. Outlines of mathematical science. 

510 D280 

— Davies and Peck. Mathematical dictionary. 

R510 D28 

— Griffin. Elements of algebra and trigonometry. 

510 G87E 

— Griffin. Notes on the elements of algebra and 

trigonometry. 510 G87If 

— Johnson. Theory and practice of surveying. 

526.9 J62 
See also Algebra ;— Calculus. 
Mather, H. B. See Reeves, H. B. (M.) 
Mather, Increase. Remarkable providences illus- 
trative of the earlier days of Ainerican coloni- 
sation. 974 M42 
Mathews, William. Getting on in the world. 

814 M42G 

— Great conversers. 814 M42Gr 

— Literary style. 814 M42L 

— Oratory and orators. 808 M420 

— Wit and humor ; their use and abuse. 

809.7 M42 

— Words ; their use and abuse. 428.3 M42 
Mathews, W. S. B. How to understand music. 2 v. 

780 M42 

Matthew o/ fViris. English history, 1235-73. 3 v. 

942 M43 

Matthews, J. B., eomp. Poems of American 

patriotism. 811 M43 

Maudsley, Henry. Body and mind. 132 M44 

— Responsibility in mental diseases. 132 M44R 
Manpas, C. E. de. Story of the Coup d' ^tat. 

944 M44 
Maupassant, Guy de. Modem ghosts. 133 M44 

— Two brothers. 4 M44T 
Maxwell, J. C. Theory of heat 536 M45 
Maxwell, M. E. (B.) {M, KBraddan,) Asphodel 

3v. 2 M45A 

— Aurora Floyd. 2 Mi5Aa 



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MAXWEIil*. 



MECHANICS. 



Maxwell 9 M. E. (B.)— continued, 

— Bound to John Company. 

— Charlotte's inheritance. 

— Cloven foot. 

— Cut by the county. 

— Day will come. 

— Dead men^s shoes. 

— Dead Sea fruit 

— Doctor's wife. 

— Eleanor's victory. 
~ Fatal three. 

— Fenton^s quest. 

— Flower and weed. 

— Golden calf. 

— Henry Dunbar. 

— Hostliges to fortune. 

— In great waterSi and other tales. 

— IshmaeL 

— John Marchmont's legacy. 

— Joshua Hagg^rd^s daughter. 

— Just as I am. 

— Lady Audley^s secret. 

— Lady^s mile. 

— Like and unlike. 

— Lost for love. 

— Lovels of Arden. 

— LodoB Dayorai. ' 

— Mount BoyaL 

— One Ufe, one love. 

— Only a clod. 

— Open verdict. 

— Phantom fortune. 

— Runtoearth. 

— Rupert Godwin. 

— Sir Jasper's tenant. 

— Story of Barbara. 

— Strange world. 

— Strangers and pUgrima 

— Taken at the flood. 8 v. 

— Under the red flag. 

— Vixen. 8 v. 

— Weavers and weft. 

— Whose was the hand f 

— Wyllapd's weird. 8 v. 



2 M45BO 

2 M45C 

2 M45C1 

2 M45CQ 

2 M45Da 

2 M45De 

2 M45Dr 

2 M45DO 

2 M45E 

2 M45Fa 

2 M45Fe 

2 M45F1 

2 M45G 

2 M45He 

2 M45HO 

2 M45I 

2 M45IS 

2 M45J 

2 M45JO 

2 M45Ja 

2 M45L 

2 M45La 

2 M45Iii 

2 M45I«o 

2 M45Lv 

2 M45Iia 

2 M45Mr 

2 M4601 

2 M450n 

2 M450p 

2 M45P 

2 M45R 

2 M45Ra 

2 M46S 

2 M458o 

2 M458r 

2 M45St 

2 M45T 

2 M45U 

2 M45V 

2 M45W 

2 M45W11 

2 M45Wy 



Moxwelly W. H. Adventures of Captain Blake. 

2 M452 

— Adventures of Captain O'SuUivan. 2 M452A 

— Bivouac. 2 M462B 

— Flood and fleM. • 2 M452F 

— Fortunes of Hector O'Halloran. 2 M452H 

— Life of the Duke of Wellington. 3 v. 

923.5 W46 

— Sports and adventures In Scotland. 2 M4528 

— Stories of the Peninsular War. 2 M452St 

— WUdqportsoftheWest 2 M452W 
May. Adams, ed. 821 AdlMa 
Mafy S. J. Some reooUectlons of our antislavery 

conflict. 973.6 M45 

Mayetf A. H. Lecture-notes on physics. 

530 M45 



Mayhewy Edward. Horse management. 

036. 
Mayhewy Henry. Boyhood of Martin Lui 

922 

— London characters. 914. 

— Wonders of science ; or, Young Hiunphr 

J925 

— Young Benjamin Franklin. 923.2 
Mayhewy Ira. Means and ends of unive 

cation. 37 

MaynardyC. J. Naturalist^s guide. 57 
Mayoy I. (F.) {Edward Oarrett.) At any 

2 

— By still watera 2 

— Crooked places. 2 

— Crust and the cake. 2 J 

— Dead sin. 2 

— Doing and dreaming. 2 A 

— Equal to the occasion. 2 il 

— Family fortunes. 2 

— Gk>ld and dross. 2 

— Her object in life. 2 

— House by the Worka 2 M 

— John Winter. 2 

— Lifers long battle won. 2 

— Occupations of a retired life. 2 

— Premiiun paid to experience. 2 
Mayo, W. S. Kaloolah. 

Mead 9 T. H. Our mother tongue. 42 

Meade, luT, See Smith, E. T. (M.) T. 
Meadowcrafl, W. H. ' A B C of electri 

53 
Means and enda Sedgwick. 3' 

Means and ends of univeral education. M; 

37 
Mears, J. W. Beggars of Holland. 949. 
Measure for measure ; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. 

speare. 822.3 

Mechanic Trades. See Trades. 
Mechanical Drawing. Building and ; 

draughtsman, anon, 74 

— MiNiFiE. Text-book of geometrical dra> 

74 

— Rose. Mechanical drawing self-taught. 

74 
Mechanics {in Physics), Bottomley, D3 

531. 

— B0W8EB. Treatise on analytic mechanic) 

53 

— Bbown. Five hundred and seven me< 

movementa 53 

— DntCKS. Perpetuum mobile. 53 

— Same. Sdseriea 631 
^Haswbll. Mechanics' tables. 53: 

— MacCord. Kinematics ; a treatise on m 

affected by the moving parts of machint 

53 J 

— RossiTKR. Elementary handbook of the 

mechanica 53 1 

— Stewart. Conservation of energy. 5< 

— Wbioht. Text-book of mechanics . 531 



om 



JUECHAiaCS. 



MEREDITH. 



Meehnaien'-eontinued, 

— YouxAirs, ed. Correlation and conservatioin of 

foroeB. 531 Y8 

See aUo Physics. 
Mechanics' tables. Hasweil. 531 H27 

Meciianic's workshop handybook. Hasinck. 

671 H27M 
Mechealtm and i)6r80inality. Shovp. 110 Sh8 
Medals of creation. 2 v. Manteii. 550 M31 
MedbeiTy J. K. Hien and mysteries of Wall Street. 

332.6 M46 
MedisTal and modem history. Tlialheimer. 

900 T32M 
Medici) Lorenso de. Rosoob. Life of Lorenzo 

do Medici. 023.2 M46 

Mediciae. Billikgb. National medical dictionary. 

2 v. R610 B49 

— CABPKimEB. Wood^ household practice of medi- 

cine, hygiene, and snrgeiy. R610 C22 

— DuKOLisoN. Dictionary of medical scienoe. 

R610 D91 
•— Houfxs. Border lines of medical science. 

610 H73 
'- Hooper. Lexicon medicmn ; or, Medical dic- 
tionary. R610 H76 

— Smtthx. Medical heresies. 610 SmO 

See alao Anatomy ;— Physiolo^. 
Medley dialect recitations. Baker » ed. 

808.7 B17M 

Meehany Thomas. Native flowers and ferns of the 

United States. 1st series. 2 v. R581.07 M47 

-Same. 2d series. 2 v. R581.07 M47N 

Meldola, RaphaeL Chemistry of photography. 

771 M48 

Melek-Hannmy Mme., wife of KXhria^irMeKemetr 

Baaha. Thirty years in the harem. 020.7 M48 

MelitOy A. F. Miot, ComtedB. Memoirs; ed. by 

Fkischmann. 023.2 M48 

Melvilley O. J. W. Black, bat comely. 2 M40 

— Brookes of Bridlemere. 2 M40Br 
-Cerise. 2 M40C 

— Contraband. 2 M40Co 
-DigbyGnnd. 2 M40D 

— Good for nothing. 2 M4e6o 

— Hohnby House. 2 M40H 

— Katerfelto. 2 M40Ka 
-M.orN. 2 M40M 

— Qneen'a Maries. 2 M40Q 
-Boshie. 2 tf40R 
-Rqy^wife. 2 M40Ro 

— Sarchedon. 2 H408 

— Sister LoDise. 2 H40S1 
-Undo John. 2 M40n 
Melville, O. W. In the Lena delta. 010.8 M40 
Melvllley Herman. Mardi and a voyage thither. 

1 M40M 
-Mol^Dick. 1 M40MO 

-Fierxe. 1 M40P 

— Bedbom. 1 M40R 
MeneSf J.Sb M^tnoirsof the fimpress Josephine. 

023.1 J77M 



Memoir of Aimie Keary; by her sister. Keary^ 
Eliza. 028.23 K21 

Memoirs and letters of Dolly Madison; ed. by her 
grand-niece. Madison, D. (P.) 023.1 M262 

Memoirs of a man of the world. Yates. 

028.23 Ya2 
Memoirs of celebrated female sovereigns. 2 v. 

Jameson. 023.1 J23 

Memoirs of Mme. de R^mnsat. 020.7 R28 

Memoirs of Mr. C. J. Yellowplush. Thackeray. 

828 T32M 
Memoirs of the early Italian painters. Jameson. 

027 J23 
Memoirs of the Pretenders and their adherents. 

Jesse. 023.2 J40 

Memorabilia. Cheever. 022 C41 

Memorials of a half century in Michigan and the 

Lake Region. Hubbard. 017.74 H86 

Memorials of a quiet life. Hare. 022 H22 

Memories and portraits. Stevenson. 824 St4M 
Memories of French palaces. Challice. 

044 €35 

Memories of my exile. Kossnth. 023.2 K84 
Memories of Westminster HalL 2 v. Foss. 

340.0 F70 
Memory. See Psychology. 
Men and books. Phelps. 251 P51 

Men and letters. Scndder. 814 Scn2 

Men and manners in America one hundred years 
aga Scndder. 073.3 Scn2 

Men and measures of half a century. McCuUoch. 

073 M13 
Men and mysteries of Wall Street. Medbery. 

332.6 M46 
Men of invention and industry. Smiles. 

026 Sm4M 
Men of the reign. Ward, ed. R020 W21 

Men of the time. VfwtAy ed. R020 W21M 

Men, women, and books. Hnnt. 824 HOIM 
Menanlty Ernest. Intelligenoe of animals. 

501.5 M52 
Mensuration. Haswxll. Mensuration. 

511 H27 
See cd9o Arithmetic. 
Mental and moral culture. Rates. 370.4 R31 
Mental physiology. Carpenter. 131 €22 

Mental Science. See Psychology. 
Menzel) Wolfgang. History of G^ermany. 8 v. 

043. M52 
Mercantile dictionary. Teitelle. R650 ¥53 
Mercantile Library, New York. Catalogue. 

R017 M53 
Mercantile Library Association, San Franr 
ciaoOf Cal. Catalogue of the library. 

ROlO M53 

— Catalogue of books added, 1874-75. ROlO M53€ 

— ClasB list for English prose fiction. ROlO F44M 
Merchant of Venice; ed. by W. J. Bolfe. Shak- 

speare. 822.33 R20 

Merchant vesseL NordhoflV J010.4 N75Me 
Meredith, George. BeaochampVi career. 2 M54B 



a«^ 



MEREDITH. 



MEYER'S. 



Meredith, Qeorge— continued. 

— Diana of the crossways. 

— Egoist. 

— Evan Harrington. 

— Harry Richmond. 

— Ordeal of Richard FevereL 

— Sandra Belloni. 

— Tragic oomediaiis. 



2 M64D 
2 M54E 
2 M54Ev 
2 M54H 
2 M540 
2 M54S 
2 M54T 



Meredith y W. T. Not of her father^s race. 

1 M54N 
Meriyaley Charles. General history of Rome. 

937 M54 

— History of the Romans. 7 v. 037 M54H 

— Roman triumvirates. 937 M64R 
Meriwether, Lee. Tramp trip. 914 M54 
Merle d' Anbign^, J. H. History of theReformar 

tion of the 10th century. 5 v. 270,6 M54 
Merriam, F. A. Birds through an opera glass. 

598.2 M55 
Merrick y D. A. Sketch of the Society of Jesus. 

271.5 M55 
Merrie England in the olden time. Daniel. 

394 D22 
Merrifieldy C. W. Technical arithmetic and men- 
suration. 511 M55 
Merrill 9 G. E. Story of the manuscriptB. 

220.9 M55 
Merrill y Stuart, tr. Pastels in prose. 848 M55 
Merry wives of Windsor; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. 8hak- 
speare. 822.33 R21 

Merv oasis. 2 v. O'DonoTan. 915.8 Od5 

Mesmerism* Binkt and F&R&. Animal mag- 
netism. 134 B51 
Metal tunier*s handybook. Haslnck. 

621.9 H27M 
Metals and Metailorgy. Brown. Jianual of 
assaying gold, silver, copper, and lead. 

669 B81 

— BuoxAM. Metals ; their properties and treatment. 

669 B62 

— Bbannt, ed. Metal worker's handybook. 

669 B73 

— Greenwood. Manual of metaUurgy. 

669 G85M 

— Greenwood. Steel and iron. 669 G85S 

— HiOBNS. Mixed metals or metallic alloys. 

609 HOI 

— Kbufp and Wjldreroer. Metallic alloys. 

669 K94 

— Philups. Elements of metallurgy. 669 P54 

— Richards. Aluminium. 669 R39 

— Wedding. Basic Bessemer process. 669 W41 

See also Manufactures. 
Metaphysics. Bowne. Metaphysics. 110 B68 

— Hamilton. Lectures on metimhysics. 110 HIS 

— Janet. Final causes. 124 J25 

— Shouf. Mechanism and personality. 110 Sh8 

See aUo Philosophy* 
MetcaUV C. H. Goklen apportnnities in every day 
life. Jl M56G 



Metcalfe 9 Henry. Ck)st of manufactures. 

338 M56 
Metcalfe, S. L. Caloric. 2 v. 536 M56 

Meteorology. Abercrombt. Weather. 

551.5 Ab3 

— Blasius. Storms. 551.5 B61 

— *' Clerk, The,'' pseud. Weather warnings for 

watchers. 551.5 C59 

— Greely. American weather. 551.5 G8I 

— Steinmetz. Sunshine and showers. 551.5 St3 

— ZuRCHSR and Margoll^. Meteors, aerolitieB, 

storms, and atmospheric phenomena. 

523.5 Z8 
Method of teachers* institutes and the theory of 

education. Bates. 370.7 B31 

Method of the Divine government. McCosh. 

231 M13 
Methods. See Teachers and Teaching. 
Methods of social reform. Jevons. 304 J53 
Methods of study in natural history. Agaxsiz. 

590 Agl 
Metric System. Davies. 389 D28 

Metrology. See Weights and Measures. 
Metternich, C. W. N. L., Prince von. Memoirs; 

ed. by Prince R. Mettemich. 2 v. 923.2 M5G 
Mennier 9 Victor. Adventures on the great hunting 

grounds of the world. 799 M57 

Mexico. History, 

— Bancroft. Mexico. in R970 B22 v. 9-14 

— Biart. Aztecs; their history, manners, and cus- 

toms. 972 B47 

— Hale. Story of Mexico. 972 H13 

— Orer. Young tolks* history of Mexico. 

972 Ob2 

— Prssoott. Conquest of Mexico. Sv. 

972 P92 

Travels, 

— Anderson. Silver country. 917.2 Aii2 

— Bishop. Old Mexico and her lost provinces. 

917.2 B54 

— Charnay. Ancient cities of the New World. 

917.2 C38 

— Griffin. Mexico of to-day. 917.2 G87 

— Hale. Family flight through Mexica 

J917.2 HIS 

— H AYEN . Our next door neighbor ; Mexico. 

917.2 U29 
~ Knox. Boy traveUers in Mexico. J917.2 K77 

— NoRDHOFF. Peninsular Calif omia. 917.2 M75 

— Orer. Silver city. 917.2 Ob2 

— Orer. Travels in Mexica 917.2 Ob2T 

— Oswald. Summerland sketches. 917.2 Os9 

— Smith. White lunbrella in Mexico. 917.2 Sm5 

— Warner. On horseback. 917.2 W24 

— Wilson. Mexico. 917.2 W69 
Meyer, A. N., ed. Woman's work in America. 

396 M57 

Meyer, C. F. Tempting of Pescara. 3 M57 

Meyer's Konversations-Lexicon. 17 v. 

R033 M57 



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MEYNEIiL. 



HIND. 



BVOfrid. John Hesiry Newman. 

022 T94Bm 

■ 

kagelo. See BnonarroUy Miohel-An- 

JnleB. Joan of Arc. 923.5 D24M 
CooiiKT. Michigan. 977.4 C77 
D. Memorials of a half century in 
in and the Lake Region. 917.74 II86 
f . Early history of Michigan. 

977.4 Sh4 
State Library, Catalogue. 

R0i7 M68 
le ; Ist-Sd Supplements. R017 M58C 
ly. Brocklesby. Amateur microsco- 

578 B78 
. Objects for the microscope. 578 C55 
One thousand objects for the microscope. 

578 C77 
Preparation and mounting of micro- 
>bjects. 578.6 D28 

Practical microscopy. 578 D29 

Evenings at the microscope. 578 G69 
Microscope. 578 H67 

FEB. Half hours with the microscope. 

578 L35 

Marvels of pond-life. 578 SU 

Microscopy for beginners. 578 St6 

Microscope. 578 W21 

and others* Through a microscope. 

578 W46 
Common objects of the microscope. 

578 W85 
Microscopist. 578 W99 

marches through Persia. Ballan tine. 

915.5 B21 
sun. Bnckley. 914 B85 
er-night's dream ; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. 
peare. 822.33 R22 
emphv. Griffis. 952 G87 
Lfe in Italy. Amicis. 914.5 Am5 
iperations of General Beauregard. Ro- 

2 v. 973.7 R66 

Science. Hazsn. School and army in 
ny and France. 355 H33 

Art of war. 355 J68 

Company clerl^ 355 K16 

M. Horse, foot, and dragoons. 355 Z7 

Considerations on representative gOT- 
it. 324 JII59 

ation of Sir William Hamilton's phlloso- 
3v. 192 M59 

ty. 323 JII59 

es of political economy. 2 v. 330 JII59P 
ion of wixnen. 396 M59 

of logic, ratiodnative and inductive. 

160 M59 

Bays on religion. ^ 204 M59 

J. Barbara Thayer. 1 M61 

L H. {Joaquxn Miller.} Danites in the 
L 1 M013D 

tion of Gotham. 1 J|[613De 



JHIller, C. R.—cowtinuecL 

— One fair woman. 1 M6130 

— Shadows of Shasta. 1 M613S 
JHUleryE. H. Thorn-apples. 1 JII614T 
Millery Hugh. Cruiseof the Betsey. 554.1 JII61 

— Essays. 824 JII61 

— First impressions of Elngland and its people. 

914.2 M61 

— Footprints of the Creator. 215 MOl 

— Headship of Christ and the rights of the Christian 

people. 285.2 JII61 

— My schools and school-masters. 925 JII61 

— Old red sandstone. 551.7 M61 

— Popular geology. 550 1116 1 

— Tales and sketches. 2 M61 

— Testimony of the rocks. 215 JII61T 

— Bayive. Life and letters of Hugh Miller. 2 v. 

925 M61B 
Miller, Joaquin. See tfiller, C. H. 
Miller t L. W. Essentials of perspective. 

742 M61 
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— Little folks in feathers and furs, and others in 

neither. J591 MOIL 

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— Queer pets at Marcy*8. J590 M61Q 
Miller, Thomas. History of the Anglo-Saxons. 

942 M61 
Miller, W. A. Introduction to the study of inor- 
ganic chemistry. 546 MOl 
Millhoase, John. New Italian and English pro- 
nouncing and explanatory dictionary. 2 v. 

R453.2 M61 
Milllgan, William. Elijah; his Ufe and times. 

220.92 EMM 

Milman, H. H. History of Christianity from the 

birth of Christ to the abolition of paganism. 

2v. 270 M63 

— History of Latin Christianity. 4 v. 270 M63L 

— History of the Jews. 3 v. 933 M63H 

— Same. rev. ed. 2 v. 933 M63 
Milne-Edwards, Henri, and Comte, A. J. Ele- 
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— Elements of entomology. 595.7 M63 
_ Elements of herpetology and ichthyology. 

596 M63 

— Elements of mammalogy. 599 M63 

— Elements of ornithology. 598.2 M63 
MUton, John. Milton anthology. 828 M64A 

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— Proseworks. 5v, 828 M64 

— Addison. Criticism on Paradise Lost 

820 Ad2C 

— Pattisok. Milton. 928.21 M64 
Milwaukee, Wis,—PubUo Library, Systematic 

catalogue. R017 M64 

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065) 



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— Maudsuet. Body and mind. 132 M44 

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132 M44R 

— MoRSBLLi. Suicide. 131 M83 

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Mind in the lower animals. Lindsay. 591.6 Ii64 
Mind of the child. Prefer. 2 v. 150 P92 

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— Ck)LUif8. First book of mineralogy. 549 C69F 

— CoLUNS. Mineralogy. 2 v. 549 C69M 

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— Dana. Text-book of mineralogy. 549 D19T 

— Erni. Mineralogy simplified. 549 £r6 

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— OsBORN. Practical mannal of minerals, mines, 

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Mines and Mining. Bbowns. Reeonroes of the 

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Minifie, WilliaoL Text book of geometrical draw- 
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Miot, A. F., ConUe de Melito. See MeUto, A. F. 

Miot, Comle de. 
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R231 B75 
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266 M35 
Mississippi River. Corthell. History of the 
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Mrs. Oaudle^s curtain lectoree. Jerrold. 827 J48 



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Jfrs. Jemingham's joumaL Hart. 821 H25 
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Mitchell 9 Arthur. Past in the present. 571 M69 
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1 MOOS 

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732 MC9 

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You.— Draft on the Bank of Spain. 1 M692U 

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304 MOO 

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215 MOO 

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Modern historical atlas. Gage. R912 G12 

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694 Hy& 
Modem house painting. Rossiter and Wright. 

R698 R73 
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621 R72M 
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671 M9I 
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Modem philosophy. Bowen. 100 B67 



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MOORE. 



Modern praotioe of retouching negatives, anon, 

rro M72 

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2t. Tliearle. 009 T34 

Modem regime. Taine. 944 T13M 

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■no P45 
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008 K41 
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loch. 104 T83 

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207 M80 

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Molesworthy Sir O. L Pocketrbook of useful for- 
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Molesworth, W. N. History of England. 1880-74. 
8t. 042 M73 
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842 M73 

Mollett. J. W. Illustrated dictionary of words 

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037 M73 
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023.1 D72S 
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J2 M74 
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332 B14 

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332 GOO 

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332 J53 

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271 M70 
Monnier, Marc. Wonders of Pompeii. 

013.37 M75 
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023.1 M75G 

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808 M75Fa 

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Montaigne, M. E. de. Works. 4 v. 844 M70 
Montalembert, C. F. de T. ComU de. Monks of 

the West. 7 v. 271 M70 

Montana. Bancboft. Washington, Idaho, and 

Montana. R070 B22 v.31 

Montcalm and Wolfe. 2 v. Parkman. 

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Montefiore, iSir M. M. Wolf. Sir Moses MonU- 
flore. 023.0 M7e 

Monteiro, J. J. Angola and the river Ckmga 

010.7 M70 
Monteith , James. Easy lessons in popular science. 

J502 M70 

Montesquieu, C. de S. Baron de. Grandeur and 

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821 M70 

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Montor, A» F. de. SeeAitaxkA de Montor, A.F. 

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020 P17 
Moon, The. Guillbmin. Wonders of the moon. 

523.3 G04 

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and physical condition. 523.3 P04 

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Moore, Annie, and Niohols, L. D. Ovei^head. 

J523 M78 
Moore, B^mnk, ed. American eloquence. 

815 MTQ 



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MOWRir. 



Moore, Frank, ed, — continued. 

— ed. Rebellion reooixL 12 v. R973.7 M78R 
Mooiey George. Burnley. Sir Titus Salt and 

George Moore. 926 Sa3B 

Moore 9 J. W. Picturesque Washington. 

917.53 M78 
Moore y Joseph, Jr. Outlying Europe and the nearer 

Orient 914 M73 

Moore y Thomas. Epicurean. 2 M78 

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— Letters and journals of Lord Byron. 

928.21 B99Mo 

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2y. 928.22 Sh5 

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mental 828 M78 

Mooreheady W. K., c€nnp. Fort Ancient. 

913.7 M78 

Moral Philosophy. See Ethics. 
Moral Science. See Rlhics. 
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Morals of Abou Ben Adhem. Locke. 817 L79M 
More, Hannah. Complete works. 2 v. 828 M81 
More, 5ir Thomas. Utopia. 320.1 M81 

More puniana. Rowley. 827 R79M 

MorfiUyW. R. Russia. 914.7 M81 

— Story of Russia. 947 M81 
Morgan^ L. H. Ancient society. 901 M82 
MoriceyF. D. Pindar. 884.5 M82 
MorisoDyJ. C. Gibbon. 928.28 G35 

— Macaulay. 928.24 MUM 
Morley, Henry. English writers. 6 v. 820 M82 

— King and the Ck)mmons. 821 M82 

— Life of Bernard PaUasy. 927 P17 

— Memoirs of Bartholomew Fair. 942 M77 

— ed. Caasell^s library of EngHsh literature. 8 v. 

820.8 C27 

Morley, John. Burke. 923.2 B94M 

— Critical miscellanies. 828 M82 

— Diderot and the encyclopiedistB. 921 D56 

— Life of Richard Cobden. 923.2 C63M 

— Rousseau. 2 v. 921 R76 

— Voltaire. 928.42 V88M 
Morley, Susan. ThrosUethwaite. 2 M82T 
Mormonism. Kennedy. Early days of Mor- 

monism. 298 K38 

'— Tucker. Origin, rise, and progress of Mormon- 
ism. 298 T79 
Morocco. Amicis. Morocco; its people and places. 

J916.4 Am5 

^Watson. Visit to Wazan. 916.4 W33 

See cUeo tlgfpU 
Morris, Charles. Manual of clasrical literature. 

870 M83 

r- ed. Half hours with the best American authors. 

4 v. 810.8 M83 

Morris, Edmund. Derrick and drilL 553.28 M83 

— Ftunningforbqyii. J630 M83 



Morris, E. E. Age of Anne. 94! 

— Eariy Hanoverians. 942 
Morris, F. O. Dogs and their doings. 630.' 
Morris. G. S. British thought and thinken 

19t 
Morris, Richard, and Bo wen, H. C. 

grammar exercises. 42J 

Morris, William. Atlanta's race. 821 

— Decorative arts. 744 

— News from Nowhere. ' 
Morris, W. O. French Revolution and Fi 

pire. 94^ 

Morrison, G. B. Ventilation and wan 

school buildings. 69' 

Morrison, W. D. Jews under Roman rule. 

9a 

Morse, E. S. Japanese homes and their si; 

ings. 722. 

Morse, J. T. Famous trials. 343. 

— John Quincy Adams. 923.1 

— life of Alexander Hamilton . 923.2 

— Thomas Jefferson. 923. 
Morse, S. F. B. Dbnslow and Parker. 

A. Edison and Samuel F. B. Morse. 

926 
Morselli, Henry. Suicide. 13 

Morton, Henry, and Anderson, W. A. 

lighting. 537. 

Morton, Martha. H^16ne Buderoff. 2 
Mosaics of Grecian history. Wilson, ed. 

931 
Moses ; his life and times. Rawlinson. 

220.92 
Mosheim, J. S. von. Ecclesiastical hisU 
dent and modem. 2 v. 27 

Mossman, Samuel. Japan. 915. 

McMil eminent orators and statesmen of anc 
modem times. Harsha. 923. 

Mother Goose for grown folks. Whitney. 

811 
Motley, J. L. History of the United Nett 
4 V. 949. 

— Life and death of John of Bcuneveld. 2 

023. 

— Peter the Great. 923. 1 

— Rise of the Duteh Republic. 3 v. 949.2 
Mott, E. H. Pike county folks. 81 
Mottoes for monuments. Palliser. 9S 
Moulder's text-book. West. 071 
Moulton, E. L. (C.) Firelight stories. 1 

— Miss Eyre from Boston. 1 

— Ourselves and our neighbors. 17 

— Random rambles. 91 

— Some women's hearts. 1 
Moolvi, S. A. A. Examination of the 

teadiings of M(d[iamned. 2S 

Mountain adventures. Headley. J910. 
Monntaineering in the Sierra Nevada. 

917.( 
Move for better roads. Hanpt. 6' 

Mowry,W.A. Tftta with my boys. Jll 



assi 



MOZART, 



MUSICAL. 



Mozart, J. C. W. A. Holmes. Life of Mozart 

927 M87 

Mosleyy Tbomas. ReminiaoenoeB, chiefly of Oriel 
College and the Oxford movement. 2 v. 

922 M87 

Hoch ado about nothing; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. 

Shakspeare. 832,33 R23 

lHudie, Robert. Feathered tribes of the British 

IsUmds. 2 v. 598.2 M88 

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507 M88 
Mttggey Theodor. Afraja. 3 M89 

Mtihlbach, Louisa, paetul. See Mnndt, C. M. 
Moir, Sir William. Mahomet and Islam. 

297 M89 
Mnlford, Elisha. The Nation. 320.97 M89 

— Republic of God. 231 M89 
MQllaBy, P. F. {Brother Azariae.) Development 

of old English thought. 820 M91 

Mllller, F. M. Chips from a German workshop. 5 v. 

290 M91 

— India ; what can it teach us ? 491.1 M91 

— Lectures on the origin and growth of religion. 

294 M91 

— Lectures on the science of language. 404 M91 
Mllilcry G^eorge. Pitman. Gtoorgo MiiUer and 

Andrew Reed. 922 M91P 

Miiller, Max. See Mtiller, F. M. 

Mttllery Wilhelm. Political history of recent times. 

943 M91 

llollin, J. P. Modem moulding and pattern-mak- 
ing. 671 M9i 

Molpck, D. M. See Craik, D. M. (M.) 

Mondty C. M. {Louiaa Mikhlbach.) Andreas Hofer. 

3 M92 

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— Daughter of an empreas. 3 M92D 

— Elmpreas Josephine. 3 M92E 

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— Louisa of Prussia and her times. 3 M92L 

— Marie Antoinette and her son. 3 M92M 

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Mangery T. T. Freedom of faith. 234 M92 
Manroe, Kirk. Chrystal, Jack, and Co.— Delta 

Bixby. J I M92C 

— Derrick Sterling. J 1 M92D 

— DoTymates. Jl M92Do 
—Flamingo feather. Jl M92F 
—Golden days of *49. Jl M92G 
-Wakulla. Jl M92W 



MnnHon, J. E. Complete pbonograpber. 

653 M92 

MnntZy Eugene. Raphael. 927 R18M 

MorfreCy M. N. (C E. Cmddock.) Despot of 

Broomsedge Cove. 1 M94D 

— Down the ravine. 1 M94Do 

— In the clouds. 1 M94I 

— In the Tennessee mountains. 1 M94In 

— Prophet of the Great Smoky Mountains. 

1 M94P 

— Story of Keedon Bluffs. 1 M94S 

— Where the battle was fought. 1 M94W 
Mnrphy, B. E. M. A., Lady, and others. On the 

Rhine, and other sketches of European travoL 

914 M95 
Murphy, J. N. Chair of Peter. 282 M95 

Murray y A. S. Manual of mythology. 291 M96 
. Mnrray, D. C. Rainbow gold. 2 M96R 

Morray, D. C, and Herman 9 Henry. Bishop^s 
Bible. 2 M96B 

Murray, E. G. C. Member for Paris. 2 M962M 
~ People I have met. 2 M962P 

— Six months in the ranks. 2 M962S 

— That artful vicar. 2 M962T 

— Yotmg Brown. 2 M962Y 
Murray, Hugh. British India. 8 v. 954 M96 

— Historical and descriptive account of British 

America. 2 v. 971 M96 

Murray, J. A. H., ed. New English dictionary. 

pt. 1-6. R423 M96 

Murray, J. O. Francis Wayland. 922 W30M 
Murray, P. J. Life of John Banim. 928.23 B22 
Murray, W. H. H. Adirondack tales. 1 M96 

— Adventures in the wilderness. 917.47 M96 

— Mamelons and Ungava. 1 M90M 
Musaens, J. K. A., and others. Tales. 2 v. 

3 M97T 

Mnsic. Brooks. Olden-time music. 780.9 B79 

— Edwards. Lyrical drama. 782.9 £d9 

— Fay. Music-study in Germany. 780 F29 

— Gibson. First book on the theory of music 

781 G35 

— Grovs. Dictionary of music and musicians. 

4 V. and index R780.3 G91 

— Haweis. Music and morals. 780 H31 

— Henderson. Story of music. 780.9 H38 

— Hunt. Concise history of music. 780.9 H91 

— LiLLiE. Story of music and musicians for young 

readers. J780 Ii62 

— Mathews. How to understand music. 2 v. 

780 M42 

— Parker. Manual of harmony. 781.3 P22 

— Pole. Philosophy of music. 781 P75 

— Rttter. Music in America. 780.9 R51Ma 

— RiTTER. Music in England. 780.9 R51Me 

See also Instromental Music ; — Vocal 
Mnsic ;— Violin. 
Music-stndy in Germany. Fay. 780 F29 

Musical composers and their works. Keddie* 

927 K23JK 



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MU88ET. 



NATIONS. 



Mnitiiety L. C. A. de. Mubskt, P. £. de. Biogra- 
phy of Alfred de Musset; tr. by H. W. Preston. 

928.41 MOT 

Bfossety P. E. de. Biography of Alfred de Musset; 
tr. by H.W.Preston. 928.41 MOT 

Mutineers of the Bounty. Belcher. 996 B41 

My Apingi Kingdom. Du Chailla. 

J916.7 D85M 
My back-yard Zoo. Wood. 591 W85M 

My days and nights on the battle-field. Coffin. 

J973.7 C65My 

My farm at Edgewood. Mitchell. 818 M69M 
My feathered friends. Wood. 598.2 W85M 
My first holiday. Dall. 917.9 D16 

My health. Bomand. 827 B93M 

My household -pots. Gautier. 630 G23 

My journey to Jerusalem. Hubbell. 910.8 II86 
My Kalulu. Stanley. 910.7 St2M 

My life with Stanley^s rear guard . Ward. 

916.7 W2J 
My musical memories. Haweis. 927 H31 

M y opinions and Betsey Bobbet^s. HoUey. 

817 H72M 
My portfolio. Phelps. 204 P51 

My prisons. Pellico. 928.5 P36 

My religion. Tolstdi. 230 T5f) 

My schools and schoolmasters. Miller. 925 M61 
My story of the war. Livermore. 973.7 L75 
My study. Phelps. 204 P51M 



M y study windows. IiO wel 1. 
My summer in a garden. Warner. 8] 
M y wayward pardner. Holley . 81' 
My winter on the Nile. Warner. 91 
Myccnn. Schliemann. 912 

Mystery of Hamlet. Tining. 8 

Mystics and Mysticism. See Philoso 
Myth and scienoe. Tignoli. 
Mythology. Baldwin. Story of the ( 

2 

— BuLFiK OH. Age of fable. 

— Cox. Introduction to the study of c 

mythology and folklore. 

— DwiOHT. Grecian and Roman myth< 

— Emebson. Indian myths. 

— FiSKE. Myths and myth-makers. 

— EZeary. Outlines of primitive belief. 

— KsiOHTLBT. Mythology of ancient 

Italy. 

— KiNOSLEY. Heroes; or, Greek fairy 

— Murray. Manual of mythology. 

— Smith, ed. Dictionary of Greek i 

biography and mythology. 3 v. 1 

— ViONOLi. Myth and science. 
Myths and folk-lore of Ireland. Cnrtii 

5 
Myths and myth-makers. Fiske. 



Nadaillacy J. F. A. du P., Marquis de. Pre-his- 
toric America. 571 N12 

Names. Bardsljcy. Curiosities of Puritan no- 
menclature. 929 B23C 

Nantucket scraps. Austin. 917.44 Aa7 

Napoleon I., Emperor of France. Abbott. His- 
tory of Napoleon Bonaparte. 2v. J923 N16A 

— Arnault. Life and campaigns of Napoleon 

Bonaparte. 923.1 NlOAr 

•^ Hazutt. Life of Napoleon Bonaparte. 3 v. 

923.1 NlOHa 

— HeadTiKY. Life of Napoleon Bonaparte. 

923.1 N16H 

— Lab Cases. Memoir of the life, exile, and con- 

versation of the Emperor Napoleon. 4 v. 

933.1 N16L 

— LocKHART. History of Napoleon Buonaparte. 

2y. 923.1 NI6L0 

— O'Meara. Napoleon in exile. 2 v. 923.1 N160 

— Ropes. First Napoleon. 923.1 N16R 
Napoleon III., Emperor of France, History of 

Julius CsBsar. 923.1 CllN 

— Jerrold. Life of Napoleon IIL 923.1 N163 
Napoleon and his miyHh|»1g. Headley. 

923.1 H34N 



Narcotics. Kane. Drugs that enslave. 

Narrative and critical history of An 

Winsor. II 

Narrative and miscellaneous papers, D 

Narrative history of King PhiUp's W 

ham. 9 

Narrative of Captain Coignct ; od. by 

{ 
Narrative of discovery and adventure 

Jameson. 
Narratives and adventures of traveller 

Williams. 
Nasby, Petroleum V., paeud. See hoc. 
Nash 9 Wallis. Two years in Oregon. 91 
Nasmythy James. Autobiography; 

Smiles. 
Nation^ The. Mnlford. 32i 

Nation in a nutshelL Towlc. 
National atlas of the world. 1 

National banks. Richardson. 
National controversy. Stiles. 
National history of the War for the I 

Dnyckinck. R9 

Nations around. Kcary. 



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NATIVE. 



NEW. 



Native flowers and ferns of the United States. 1st Navigation — cantinved. 



series. 2 v. Meelian. 



R581.97 M47 — EvsBS. Theory aad practice of navigation. 



-Same. 2d series. 2 v. R581.97 M47N 

Native races of the Pacific States. Bancrofl* 

R970 B22 v.1-5 
Natural Uistorr* See Zoology. 
Natural hisUxy and geology of the countries visited 
during voyage of H. M. S. Beagle. Darwin. 

508 D25 
Natural history of animals. Tenney. 590 T25N 
Natural history of atheism. Blackie. 21 1 B56 
Natural history of man. Qnatrefages de Br^au. 

573 Q2N 
Natural history of man. 2 v. Wood. 573 W85 
Natural history of plajrs. Hopkins. J808 H77 
Natural history of Selbome. White. 590 W58 
Natural law in the spiritual world. Drummond. 

210 D84 
Natural method of physical training. Checkley. 

613 C41 
Natural Philosophy. See Physics. 
Natural religion. Seeley. 210 Se3 

Natural resources of the United States. Patton. 

917.3 P27N 

Natural resources of the United States. (Science 

primers.) Patton. 917.3 P27 

Natural Theology. CHAT.incRS. Power, wisdom, 

and goodness of GkxL 210 C35 

— DBUiOfOND. Natural law in the spiritual world. 

210 D84 

— FiSKB. Idea of Gkxl as affected by modem 

knowledge. 210 F54 

— Sbslet. Natural religion. 210 Se3 

See also Religion. 
Naturalist's guide. Maynard. 579 M45 

Naturalist's rambles about home. Abbott. 

590 Ab2N 
Nature 9 addresses, and lectures. Emerson. 

814 £m3N 
Nature and human nature. Hallburton. 

817 H14N 
Nature and the supematuraL Bushnell 

231 B96 
Nature and utility of mathematics. Davies. 

510 D28N 
Nature of light I«ommel. 535 Ii83 

Nature studies. Proctor. 504 P94N 

Nature's wondei^workers. Iiovell. 595.7 Ij94 
Naval and military history of Great Britain. Johns. 

942 J62 
Naval architecture. 2 v. Thearle. 699 T34N 
Naval history of the Civil War. Porter. 

973.7 P83N 

Naval Science. Hamxbsly, and others. Naval 

encyclqpeBdia. R359 N22 

— OsBON, oomp. Hand book of the United States 

navy. 359 Osl 

Naval War of 1812. Roosevelt. 973.5 R67 
Navigation. EvEBa Navigation in theory and 

practice. 656 Ev2N 



656 £v2T 

— Fbazar. Practical boat>«ailing. 656 F86 

— Knight. Sailing. 656 K74 

— Luce. Seamanship. 656 Ij96 

— QUALTROUOH. Sailor's handy book and yachts- 

man's manuaL 656 Q2 

Navy. See Naval Science. 
Nealy DanieL History of the Puritans. 2 v. 

285.9 N25 
Neavesy Charles, Lord. Greek anthology. 

880.8 N27 
Needlework. Caulfeild and Saward. Diction- 
ary of needlework. R746 C31 

— Hale, ed. Art-needlework for decorative om- 

broidery. 746 H13 

Nee ley Henry. Romance of history ; England. 

2 N29 
NeenahyjMeud. See Finuy F. J. 
Negro dialect recitations. Baker, comp. 

808.7 B17N 
Negro myths from the 6eoi*gia coast. Jones. 

398.3 J71 
Nelly Marlow in Washington. Nichols. 

J917.53 N51 

Nelson y Horatio, Visoount. Southet. Life of 

Nelson. 923.5 N33S 

Neposy Cornelius. Lives of eminent commanders; 

tr. by J. S. Watson. in 878.9 W33 

Nero 9 Emperor of Rome. Abbott. History of 

Nero. 923.1 N35A 

Nests of familiar birds. Adams. 598.2 Adl 

Netherlands. History. 

— Mears. Beggars of Holland. 949.2 JII46 

— Motley. History of the United Netherlands. 4 v. 

949.2 1II85 

— Motley. Rise of the Dutch Republic. 3 v. 

949.2 M85R 

— RooERS. Story of Holland. 949.2 R63 

— Schiller. Revolt of the Netherlands. 

949.2 Sch3 

— Young. Young folks' history of Holland. 

J949.2 Y8 

Travels. 

— Amicis. Holland and its people. 914.92 Am5 

— Badeker. Belgium and Holland; handbook for 

travellers. 914.9 B14B 

— Bouohton. Sketching rambles in Holland. 

914.92 B66 

— Lovett. Pictures from Holland R9 14.92 L94 
Nevada. Bancroft. Nevada, Colorado, Wyo- 
ming. R970 B22 V.25 

New Bedford, M<i8s.—Free Public Library. Cata- 
logue. 5v. R019 N43 

— Bulletin of English prose fiction. R016 F44N 
New chemistry. Cooke. 540 €77 
New Colorado and Santa F^ tndL Hayes. 

917.88 H32 
NewEaorado. Ballon. 917.98 B21 



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NEW ENGLAND. 



NKWBY. 



New Eni^land. Bbooks. Olden-time series; glean- 
ings from newspapers of Boston and Salem, Mass. 
6v. 974 B79 

— Curtis. Lotus-eating. 917,4 C94 

— Drake. Making of New England. 917.4 D78M 

— Drake. Nooks and comers of the New England 

coast 917.4 D78 

— Fellows. Boating tripe on New England riyers. 

917.4 F33 

— Fiske. B^finnings of New England. 973.2 F54 

— Gibson. Highways and byways. R917.4 G35 

— Hale. Family flight around home. J91 7.4 H 1 3 

— Howard. History of New England. 2 v. 

974 H83 

— Mather. Remarkable providences, illustrative of 

the earlier days of American colonisation. 

974 JII42 

— Weedek. Economic and social history of New 

England. 974 W41 

New England bird life. 2 v. Steams. 598.2 St3 
New games for parlor and lawn. Bartlett. 

790 B28 
New Golden Age. 2 v. Patterson. 332 P27 
New Greece. Sergeant. 914.95 Se6N 

New Guinea. Chalmers. Pioneering in New 

Guinea. 919.5 C35 

New Hampshire. Drake. Heart of the White 

Mountains. K917.42 D78 

— Spauloing. Historical relics of the White 

Mountains. 917.42 Sp2 

— Thaxter. Among the Isles of Shoals. 

917.42 T33 

New Haven, Conn. — Free Public Library. Cat- 
alogue. R017 N45 

— Ist Supplement. R017 N45S 
New Ireland. SalllTan. 914.15 Sa5 
New Jersey— Cotincii of Safety. Minutes. 

R974.9 N46JI1 
New Jersey — Geological Survey, Atlas of New 

Jersey. R912 N46 

New Jersey — Oovemor and Council. Joumall 

from and after December 1, 1682. 

R974.9 N46JO 
New Jersey— LegrtskUvre. Acts. R345 N4G 

— Acts; 1887-90. 4 v. R345 N46A 

— Journal and votes of the House of Representa- 

tives of the province of Nova Cesarea, in their 
first sessions, 170B. ' R974.9 N46J 

— Revision of the statutes of New Jersey, 1877.* 

R345 N46R 

— Supplement to the revision of the statutes of New 

Jersey, 1887. R345 N46S 

New Jersey. Bssson. Collection of forms and 

entries which occur in practice in the courts of 

law of New Jersey. R347 B46 

— HoPKiirs, pub. Combined atlas of the state of 

New Jersey and the county of Hudson/ 

R912 1177 

— Smith. History of New Jersey. 974.79 Sm6 

— Stpher and Apoar. History of New Jersey. 

974.9 Sy7 



New Jersey — continued. 

— Whitehead, and others, ed. Docume 

ingtothe colonial history of the stat 
Jersey. 13 v. and index. R974 

— Willis. Plants growing without culti 

New Jersey. 58 

See cUao Essex Conntyy N. J,;— 
County, N, J. 
New mechanical dictionary. Knight. 

R62€ 
New Mexico. Champnet. Great-^^rand 
g^ls in New Mexico. J 978 

New songs and ballads. Perry. 8 

New South. Grady. 917 

New star atlas. Proctor. 523.^ 

New theory of the origin of species. Feri 

5 

New waggings of old tales. Sherman ana 

8 

New York, City. Kobb£. New York 

environs. 917.^ 

-- Lamb. History of the city of New Yorl 

R974 

— Todd. Story of the city of New York. 

974. 

New York, State, Brodhead. Histor 

state of New York. 2 v. 974 

— Brooks. Story of New York. J974 

— Clark. Views around Ithaca. 917. 

— Codman. Winter Bketehes from the sad 

917. 

— Colt, ed. New York state illustrated 

tourist^s guide. 917. 

— Dayton. Last days of Knickerbocke 

New York. 974 

— Jones. History of New York during t 

lutionary "War. 2 v. 974 

— Murray. Adventures in the wildemest 

917.^ 

— Roberts. New York. 2 v. 974 

— Roosevelt. New York. 974 

— Searing. Land of Rip Van Winkle. 

R9ir 

— Stone. Reminiscences of Saratoga. 

917 

— Warner. In the wilderness. 917.4 
New York Free Circulating Liibrary, I 

— George Bruce Branch. Catalogue ol 
books. ROU 

— Jackson Square Branch. Catalogue of 

books. ROil 

— Ottendorfer Branch. Catalogue of En 

German books. RO 1 1 

New York Society Library, New York. 

betical and analytical catalogue. RO 
New York and its environs. Kobb^. 

917.^ 
New York to Delhi. Mintarn. 910 

Newark 9 N, J. — Free Public Library. 

list RO 

Newby, Emma. C-ommou sense. 2 v. ' 



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N£WCOMB. 



NORTH AMERICA. 



Ifewcomby R. L., ed. Oar lost explorers of the 
Jeannette Arctic expedition. 9 19,8 N'43 

Newcomby Simon. Popular astronomy. 520 N43 

Newell 9 R. H. {Orphetia C, Kerr.) There was once 
a man. 917 N44 

Newhally C. 8. Trees of Northeastern America. 

581.97 N45 

Newman 9 J. H., Cardinal, Letters and corres- 
pondence. 2v. 922 N46 

— MsTNKii*. John Hemy Newman. 922 N46M 

Newman, J. P. From Dan to Beersheba. 

915.6 N42 
Newspapers. See Journalism. 

Newton 9 Sir Isaac Brewster. Life of Sir Isaac 
Newton. 925 N48B 

-Same. rev. ed. 925 N48B1 

Newton y R. H. Woman's work in the world. 

396 N48 
Niandety Alfred. Elementary treatise on elec- 
tric batteries; tr. by L. M. Fishback. 537 N51 
NicholyJohn. English composition. 808 N51 
Nichollsy C. (B.) {Ourrer Bell,) Jane Eyre. 

2 N51J 
-ProfesBor. 2 N51P 

-Shirley. 2 N518 

-Villette. 2 N51V 

— Oaskbjll. Life of Charlotte BrontS. 

928.23 N51G 

— Swinburne. Note on Charlotte Bront€. 

928.23 N51S 
NickolUy SamueL Theoretical and practical boiler- 
maker. 621.1 N51 
Nicheisy G. W. Story of the great march. 

973.7 N513 
Nicholsy J. R. Chemistry of the farm and sea. 

540 N51 

-Whence, what, where? 218 N51 
Nickolsy L. D. Lotus Bay. J i R5 1 L 

— Nelly Marlow in Washington. J917.53 N51 
-Underfoot. J551 N51 
Nichols, W.R. Water supply. 628 N51 
Nicholson^ H. A. Manual of zoology. 590 N52 
Nicolay, J. G. Outbreak of the Rebellion. 

973.7 N51 
Nicoll, H. J. Great movements and those who 

achieved them. 923 N51 
Nifhtiagaley Florence. Notes on nursing. 

616 N56 
AUe. SeeEgypU 

l^ile journey. Applelon. J910.2 Ap5 

Nile notesof aHowadji. Curtis. 910.2 C94 

Mkitributariesof Abyssinia. Baker. 910.3 B17 

IVlade, M. L. We two alone in Europe. 914 N02 
JVlaeteen Christian centuries. Thompson. 

909 T37 
Brinereli. See Assyria. 
Nitseh, C. (O.) Gentle breadwinners. 641 N03 

— Ten doUars enough. 641 N63T 
Noble, A L. Eunice Lathrop, spinster. 1 N66£u 

- Hiss Janet's old house. 1 N66M 
^Ootof thewsy. 1 N660 



Noble 9 A. L. — continued. 

— Professor's girls. 

— Queer home in Rugby Court. 

— Silas Grower's daughters. 

— Silent man's legacy. 

— Tarryport school-girls. 

— Uncle Jack's executors. 
Noble, Lucretia. Reverend idol. 



Jl N66P 

Jl N66Q 

1 N66S 

1 N66Si 

Jl N66T 

1 N66U 

1 N662 



Noble deeds of our fathers. Watson. 

J973.3 W33N 
Noble deeds of woman. Starling. 920.7 St2 
Noctcs ambrosianie. Wilson. 5 v. 828 W69 
Noel 9 Lady Augusta. From generation to genera- 
tion. 2 N68F 

— Hithersea Mere. 2 N68H 

— Owen G Wynne's great work. J 2 N68 
Noel 9 Maurice. Buz ; or, The life and adventures 

of a honey bee. Jl N68«i 

Nolan, E. H. Illustrated history of the British 

Empire in India and the East. 2 v. 954 N7i 

— Illustrated history of the war against Russia. 2 v. 

940 N7i 
Nolle, Vincent. Fifty years in both hemispheres. 

923.8 N72 
Nomisma. Cernuschi. 332 C33 

Nonsense books. Lear. 827 Ii47 

Nooks and comers of the New England coast. 

Drake. 917.4 D78 

Nordenskitfld, N. A. K, Baron. Voyage of the 

Vega round Asia and Europe. 919.8 N75 

NordhoflT, Charles. Communistic societies of the 

United States. 335 N76 

— God and the future life. 237 N75 

— Man-of-war Ufe. J910.4 N75M 

— Merchant vessel. J910.4 N75Me 

— Peninsular California. 917.2 N75 

— Politics for young Americans. 320 N75 
Normans in Europe. Johnson. 940 J62 
Norris, W. E. BaflOed oonsputitors. 2 N79B 

— Major and minor. 2 N79JHJ 

— Marcia. 2 N79M 

— Matrimony. 2 N79]IIa 

— Misadventure. 2 N79Ms 

— MissShafto. 2 N79Mi 

— Mrs. Fenton. 2 N79Mr 

— My friend Jim. 2 N79JIIy 

— No new thing. 2 N79N 

— Rogue. 2 N79R 
Norse stories retold from the Elddas. Mabie, ed, 

839.6 Ed2JII 
Norsk, Lapp, and Finn. Vincent. 914.8 V74 
North , Barclay, pseud. See H udson , W . C. 
North , Christopher, jtseud. See W i Ison , John. 
North Africa. -See Africa. 
North America. History. 

— Bancroft, H. H. Works. 30 v. R970 B22 

— GiLMAN. Tales of the pathfinders. 970 G42 

— fiELPS. Spanish Conquest in America. 4 v. 

970 1136 

— Magazine of American history, v. 1-4. 

R970 M27 



0^ 



NORTH AJMEBICA. 



OCCIDENT. 



North America. History—ecmtinybed, 

— Parkman. Ccnint Frontenac and I^ew France. 

9T0 P23C 

— Parkman. Discovery of the great "West. 

970 P23D 

— Parkman. Historic handbook of the Northern 

tour. 970 P23H 

— Parkman. JesoitB in North America in the 17th 

century. 970 P23J 

— Parkman. Montcalm and Wolfe. 2 v. 

970 P23M 

— Parkman. Old regime in Canada. 970 P230 

— Parkman. Pioneers of France in the New 

World. 970 P23P 

— YoNGE and Weu). Aunt Charlotte's stories of 

American history. J 970 Y8 

See cUso Canada ;— Indians of America. 
North Americans of antiquity. Short. 

913.7 Sh8 
North Mexican states and Texas. Bancroft. 

R970 B22 V. 15-16 
Northend, Charles. Teacher and the pcurent. 

379 N81 
—'Teacher's assistant. 371 N81 

— ed, Elihu Burritt; a sketch of his life with selec- 

tions from his writings. 924 B94N 

Northern antiquities. Mallet. 913.48 JII29 
Northern Germany ; handbook for travellers. 

Bttdeker. 914.3 B14N 

Northern travel. Taylor. 914 T21N 

Norton, C. E. S. See Htirling-JHaxweli, C. E. S. 
Norton y C. L. Handbook of Florida. . 

. 917.59 N82 
Norway. History. 

— BoYESEN. Story of Norway. 948 B69 

— Carlylk. Early kings of Norway. 948 C19 

— DuChaiixu. Viking age. 948 D85 

Travels. 

— Badbker. Norway and Sweden; handbook fur 

travellers. 914.8 B14 



Norway. Travela-'continued. 

— Browne. Land of Thar. 914 B81 

— Buckley. Midnight sun. 914 B85 

— Caton. Summer in Norway. 914.8 C29 

— D(7 Chaillu. Land of the midnight sun. 2 v. 

914.8 D85 

— Macoreoor. Rob Roy on the Baltic. 

914.8 M17 

— Vincent. Norsk, Lapp, and Finn. 914.8 V74 
Notable thoughts about wcnnen. Balloo. 

396 B2! 

Notes 9 explanatory and practical on the Gospels. 

2v. Barnes. 226 B2G 

Notes from the ** News." Payn. 828 ^29?(i 

Notes for boys on morals, mind, and manners; by 

an old boy. anon. J 170 N84 

Notes of a pianist Gottschalk. 910.8 G71 
Notes on England. Taine. 914.2 T13 

Notes on Paris. Taine. 914.4 T13 

Motes on the compressive resistance of freestone, 

brick piers, etc. Gillmore. 691 G42 

Notes on the elements of algebra and trigonometry. 

Griffin. 510 G87N 

Notes on the state of Virginia. Jeffemon. 

R975.5 J35 
Notty J. C, and Gliddon, G. R. Indigenous races 

of the earth. 572 N84 

Nonrse^ J. E., ed. American explorations in the 

ice zones. 919.8 N85 

November. Adams, ed. 821 Ad IN 

Noyesy G. F. Bivouac and the battle-field. 

973.7 N87 
Noyesy J. H. History of American socialisms. 

335 N87 
Nugent, E. Treatise on optics. 535 N89 

Nugent, G. M. T. Greuville, Baron. liemorials 

of John Hampden. 923.2 11183 

Numismatics. Sec Coins. 
Nursing. Nightingale. Notes on nursing. 

616 N56 

Nutting, M. O. William the Silent. 923.1 W672 



Oakeley, Frederick. Catholic worship. 

282 Oa4C 

— Order and ceremonial of the most holy and adora- 

ble sacrifice of the mass. 282 Oa40 

Oakcy, A. F. BuiMing a home. 728 Oai 

Ober, F. A. Camps in the Caribbees. 917.29 Ob2 

— Knockabout Club in Spain. J914.0 Ob2 

— Kuuckabout Club in the Antilles. 

J917.29 Ob2K 

— Knockabout Club in the Everglades. 

J917.59 Ob2 

— Montesuma^s gold mines. 1 Ob2 

— Silver city. 917.2 Ob2 



Ober, F. A. — continued. 

- Travels in Mexico. 917.2 Ob2T 

— Young folks' history of Mexico. 972 Ob2 
Ober-Ammergau. See Passion Plays. 
Object lessons. Welch. 372 W44 
Objects for the microscope. Clarke. 578 C55 
O'Brien, Fits-James. Poems and stories. 

828 Ob6 
O'Brien, John. History of the mass and its cere- 
monies in the Eastern and Western church. 

282 Ob6 

O'Brien, William, ^lien we were boys. 2 Ob6W 
Occident. Cook. 230 C770 



nvA) 



OCEAN. 



OLIPHANT, 



Ooean Life. See Zoolofnr* 

Ocean story. Goodrich. J010.4 G62 

0(9ean wonders. Damon* 500 D18 

Ocean world. Fignier. 690 F46 

Oceanica. Fbouds. Oceana; or, England and 
hercdoolea. 919 F03 

— GuiijLXlfABD. Cruise of the Marchesa. 

910 G94 
Ockler, Simon. History of the Saracens. 

953 Oc4 
O'Connor, Barry. Turf -fire stories. 398.3 Oc5 
O'Connor, T. P. Pamell movement. 941*5 Oc5 
October. Adams, cd. 821 AdlO 

Odettes in southern life and character. Walter- 
son, ed. 81T W34 
0'I>onoYan, Edmond. Merv oasis. 2 v. 

915*8 Od5 
Odfsaer; tr. by W. C. Bryant. Homer* 

883.1 B840 
Odjsser; tr. by A, B. Buckley. Homer* 

883.1 B850 
Odjasey ; tr. by G. Chapman. Homer. 

883.1 C360 
Odjsaey; tr. by G. H. Palmer. Homer. 

883.1 P180 
Of work and wealth. Bowkcr. 330 B6720 

Oirtothe geyserft. Stephens. J914.91 St4 

Olienbach, Jacques. Offenbach in America. 

917.3 oa 

Official baronage of EnglancL 8 y. Doyle. 

R929 DT7 

Oglethorpe, J. E. Bruck. Life of General Ogle- 
thorpe. 923.5 Og5B 

O'Hara Family, paeud. See Banim, John, and 
MicdiaeL 

Ohio. Black. Story of Ohio. 977.1 B56 

— Kiwo. Ohio. 977.1 K58 
Ohnet, Gtoorges. Antoinette. 4 Oh4A 

— Dr. Bameau. 4 Oh4D 

— Last love. 4 Oh4L 

— Soul of Pierre. 4 Oh4S 
0'Kellr,J. J. Mambi-land. 917.29 Ok2 
Old Chelsea. Martin. 914.2 M36 
Old Christmas. Irving. 814 Ir80 
Old Concord. Lothrop. 917.44 L91 
Old court house. Carter. 340.9 C24 
Old court suburb. Hunt. 942 H91 
Old England. Knight. R914.2 K74 
Old England'b worthies. Brougham. 920 B79 
Old English history. Freeman. 942 F870 
Old Greek education. Mahalfy. 370.9 11127 
Old Greek life. MakaflTy. 913.38 M27 
Old judge. HaUbnrton. 817 H140 
Old landmarks and historical personages of Boston. 

Drake. 917.44 D780 

Old Mezico and her lost provinces. Bishop. 

917.2 B54 
Old ocean. Ingersoll. 910.4 In4 

Old red aandstone. Miller. 551.7 M61 

Old regime. Jackson. 944 J12 



Old regime and the Revolution. Tocqueville. 

944 T56 
Old regime in Canada. Parkman. 970 P230 
Old Salem. Bates. 017.44 B31 

Old school-days. Harris. 818 H24 

Old Spain and New Spain. Field. 914.6 F450 
Olden-time music. Brooks. 780.9 B79 

Olden time series, gleanings from newspapers of 
Boston and Salem, Mass. 6 v. Brooks. 

974 B79 
Oliphant, Laurence. Altiora Peto. 2 0132A 

— Episodes in a life of adventure. 910.8 013 

— Haifa ; or, Life in modem Palestine. 

915.6 OI3H 

— Land of Gilead. 915.6 OWL 

— MaaoUam. 2 OI32M 
OUphant, M. O. (W.) Agnes. 2 OI3A 

— Agnes Hopetoun^s schools and holidays. J2 OI3 

— Beleaguered city. 2 013B 
-Carita. « OI3Ca 

— Chronicles of Carlingford. 2 013Ch 

Content*. 
Executor ;- Rector ;— Doctor'* family ;— Salem Chapel. 

— Country gentleman and his family. 2 OI3Co 

— Duke's daughter. 2 013D 

— EffleOgilvie. 2 OI3E 

— For love and life. 2 013F 

— Francis of AarisL 922 F84 

— Fugitives. « OI3Fa 

— Greatest heiress in England. 2 OI3G 

— Harry Joecelyn. 2 013H 

— He that will not when he may. 2 013He 
-Hester. » OI3Hs 
-Intrust 2 OI3In 

— Innocent. ^ OI3I 

— It was a lover and his lass. 2 OI3It 
-Kireteen. 2 013K 

— Ladies Lindores. 2 OI3Ii 

— Lady Car. 2 OI3La 

— Laird of Norlaw. 2 013Ld 

— Last of the Mortimers, 2 OI3Lf 

— Literary history of England, 3 ▼. 820 OI3 

— Lucy Crof ton. 2 OI3La 

— Madam. 2 013M 

— Madonna Mary. 2 OI3Jlla 

— Makers of Florence. 920 013 

— Makers of Venice. 920 OI3M 

— Margaret Maitland. 2 OI3J!Id 

— May. 2 013J!Iay 

— Minister's wife. 2 OI3Mw 

— Miss Marjoribanks. 2 013Mi 

— Mrs. Arthur. 2 013Mr 

— Neighbours on the Green. 2 OI3N 

— Ombra. 2 0130m 

— Perpetual curate. 2 OI3P 

— Phoebe, junior. 2 OI3Ph 

— Rector.— The doctor^ family. 2 OI3R 

— Rose in June. 2 013Ro 

— Salem ChapeL 2 OI3S 
-Sir Tom. 2 OI3S1 

— Son of the soil. 2 OUSo 



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OLIPHANT. 



OSJHUN. 



Oliphanl, M. O. (W.)—rfmh'nueAi. 

— Squiro Ardec. • 2 013Sq 

— Story of Valentine and liis l>n)ther. 2 013SI 

— White ladies. 2 OI3W 

— Within the precinctB. 2 OI3Wd 

— Wizard's son. 2 OI3Wi 

— Young Muflgrave. 2 OI3Y 

— ami Aldrichy T. B. Second son. 2 OI3Se 
Oliver, Pen, pseud. See Thompson^ Sir Henry. 
Oilier, Edmund. CasselPs history of the Kusso- 

TurkishWar. 2 v. 947 OI4 

— Caasell's history of the United States. 3 v. 

973 014 

— ed. Cassell's history of the war between Franco 

andOermany. 2 v. 943 014 

OIney, E. W. See Kirk, E. W. (O.) 

O'Mallon, Patrick. Christian doctrine; or, Cath- 
olic faith and morals. 282 Oml 

O'Meara, B. E. Napoleon in exile. 2 v. 

923.1 N160 

On Celtic literature and translating Homer. Ar« 
Hold. 824 ArOO 

On food. Letheby* 664 L56 

On horseback. Warner. 917 W24 

On imitative art. Dyer. 701 D98 

On intelligence. 2 v. Taine. 151 T13 

On the desert. Field. 915.3 F45 

On the Rhine, and other sketches of European 
traveL Murphy, and oViera. 914 M95 

On the source of muscular power. Flint. 

612 F640 

One hundred famous Americans. Smith. 

920 8m5 
One thousand mistakes corrected, fjarrabee. 

428.3 L32 

One thousand objects for the microscoiie. Cooke. 

578 C77 
One year at St. Margaret^s. arum, Jl On2 

Open pohu* sea. Hayes. 919.8 U320 

Opera. See Music. 

Optic, Oliver, 7>8et<d. &;« Adams, W. T. 
Optical lantern. Pringle. 770 P930 

Optics. Se4i Light. 

Oral training. Barnard. 372 B25 

Oratory. Bautain. Art of extempore speaking. 

808 B32 

— Brown. Synthetic philosophy of expression. 

808.5 B81 

— Day. Art of discourse. 808 D33 

— HiG<}iN80N. Hints on writing and speech-mak- 

hig. 808 H53 

— KiRKLAND. Patriotic eloquence. 808 K63 

— McEllioott. American debater. 808 M15 

— Mathews. Oratory and orators. 808 M420 

ColUctums, 

— Gk>ODRiCH. Select British eloquence. 825 G62 

— MooRR. American eloquence. 815 M78 
Order of the sacrifice of the mass. Oakeley* 

282 Oa40 



Oregon. Bancroft. History of Dragon. 

R970 B22 T.29-30 

— Barrows. Oregon. 979.5 B27 

— Irving. Astoria. 917.95 Ir8 

— Nash. Two years in Oregon. 917.95 N17 

— Parkman. Oregon traiL 917.8 P23 

— Stevenson. Silverado squatters. 917.95 St4 
O'Rclly Max, pseud. See Blonety Paul. 
Orford, Horace Walpole, ^ Earl of. See WaU 

pole, Horace, 4fh Earl of Orford, 
Organic analysis manual Prescott. 547 P93 
Organic Chemistry. See Chemistry. Orffonie, 
Organic polarity. Baxter. 538 B33 

Organization of early Christian churcheB. Uatck« 

270.3 M28 

Orient. Cook. 915 C7T 

Orient sunbeams. Cox. 910.8 €83 
Oriental and Western Siberia. Atkinson. 

915.7 At5 

Oriental religions, China; India; Persia. 8 ▼. 

Johnson. 290 JOS 

Origin and growth of religion, Lectures on. 

Mttller. 294 M91 

Origin and growth of religion, as illustrated by the 

religion of the ancient Babylonians. Sayce. 

299 Sa9 

Origin and history of the English language. 

Marsh. 420 JII350 

Origin of civilization. Jjubbock. 571 Ii96 

Origin of cultivated plants. Candolle. 580 €16 
Origin of floral structures. Henslow. 581 H39 
Origin of nations. Rawlinson. 901 R19 

Origin of species. Darwin. 575 D250 

Origin of the Aryans. Taylor. 572 T21 

Origin of the stars. Ennis 523.8 £ift6 

Origin, rise, and progress of Mormonism. Tacker. 

298 T71> 
Original charades. Briggs. 793 B76 

Orleans, H. L. E. Duchess d*. Haroourt. Memoir 

of the Duchess of Orleans. 923.2 Or5 

Ornithology. See Birds. 

Orthodoxy. Cook. 230 CTTOr 

Ortho^pist. Osmun. 421 Os5 

Orthoepy. Sec Pronunciation. 
Orthography. See Spelling. 
Orton, James. Comparative zo51ogy. 591 Or8 

— Underground treasures. 549 Or8 

— ed. Liberal education of women. 376 Or8 
Osbon, B. S., comp. Handbook of the United 

States navy. 350 Oal 

Osborn , H. S. Practical wiaw ^ii^i of minerals, mines, 

and mining. 549 Osl 

Osborn, Sherard. Polar regions. 919.8 Oal 

Osborne, S. Mc. A. Country boy^ centenniaL — 

** Little Buttons." Jl OslC 

Osbonrne, Lloyd, and Stevenson, R. L. Wrong 

box. 2 8t42W 

O'Shca, J. A. Romantic Spain. 2 v. 914.6 Os4 
Osier, W. R. Tintoretto. 927 T49 

Osman, T. E. {Alfred Ayres.) OrthoiSpist 

421 Os5 



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PAINTING. X 



Osmdiiy T. K — continued, 

— Verfoalist 428.3 Oii5 
Osflian. Poems. 821 OsT 
Oswald, K, paeud. See Schnlze-Smidl, Bern- 

hardine. 
Oswald, E. J. DragofQ of the North. 2 Os9D 
Oswald, F. L. Days and nights in the tropics. 

918.1 089 

— Physical educatioii. 613 Os9 

— Summerland sketches. 917.2 089 

— Zoolo^cal sketches. 590 Os9 
Othello, the Moor of Venice; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. 

Shakspeare. 822.33 R24 

Other worlds than ours. Proctor. 523.1 P940 
Otis, James, peeiui. See Kaler, J. O. 
Onlda, pasud. See Ram^, Louise de la. 
Oar American artists. Bei\|amin. 927 B43 
Oor Arctic province. Elliott. 917.98 EI5 

Oar Australian cousins. Inglis. 919.4 In4 

Oar boys in China. French. J915.1 F88 

Oar boys in India. French. J915.4 F88 

Oar cats and all about them. Weir. 636.8 W43 
Oar common insects. Packard. 595.7 P120 
Oar country. Lossing. 973 L890 

Oarooimtry. Strong. 321.8 St8 

Oar earth and its story. 3 v. Brown, ed, 

551 B81 

Oar English surnames. Bardsley. 929 B230 
Oar famous women. Ward, and others, 

920.7 W21 
Oar fathers have told us. Raskin. 270.2 R89 
Oar government. Macy. 342.73 11125 

Oar hundred days in Europe. IFolmes. 914 H73 
Oar kin across the sea. Firth. 917.3 F51 

Oar lost explorers of the Jeannette Arctic ex- 
pedition. Newcomb. 919.8 N43 
Oar mother toogue. Mead. 421 M46 
Oar new way around the world. Coflia. 

910.4 C65 
Oar next door neighbor ; Mexico. Haven. 

917.2 H29 
Oar old home. Hawthorne. 914.2 H310 



Oar place among infinities. Proctor. 523 P940 
Oar sketching club. Tyrwhitt. 741 T98 

Oar standard bearer; or, The life of G^eneral Grant. 

Adams. 923.1 G76A 

Oar wasted resources. Hargreaves. 178 H22 
Oar Western border. McKnight. 973.2 M23 
Oar young folks abroad. McCabe. J914 Ml 2 
Oar young folks* Plutarch ; ed. by R. Kaufman. 

Plutarch. J923 P74K 

Oarselves and our neighbors. Moalton. 

177 M86 

Oat of doors. Wood. 590 W850 

Oat of the question. HoweUs. 812 H830 

Oat-of- town places. Mitchell. 818 M690 
Outbreak of the Bebellion. Nicolay. 

973.7 N51 
Outdoor Sports. See Games ajid Amascments. 
Outline history of painting for beginners and 
students. Waters. 751 W31 

Outline of church history. Harst. 270 H94 
Outlines of astronomy. Herschel. 520 H43 
Outlines of mathematical science. Davies. 

510 D280 
Outlines of primitive beUef . Keary. 291 K21 
Outlying Europe and the nearer Orient. Moore. 

914 M73 
Oatre-mer. Longfellow. 914 L86 

Over the border. Chase. 917.16 C38 

Over the ocean. Guild. 914 G940 

Over the teacups. Holmes. 818 H730 

Overhead. Moore and Nichols. J523 M78 
Ovid. The Fasti, Tristia, Pontic epistles, Ibis, 
and Halieutioon ; tr. by H. T. Riley. 

871.2 R45 
— Church. Ovid. 871.2 C47 

Owen 9 Catherine. See Nitsch, C. (O.) 
Owen, R. D. Footfalls on the boundary of another 
world. 133 Ow2 

Oxford and Cambridge. Arnold. 378.42 Ar6 
Oxford Movement. Mozuet. Reminiscences 
chiefly of Oriel College and the Oxford move- 
ment. 922 M87 



Pacific States. Banoboft. History of the North- 
west coast. R970 B22 v.27-28 

— BaKCBOVT. Native races of the Pacific States. 

R970 B22 v.1.5 
Packard 9 A. S. Entomology for beginners. 

595.7 P12 

— Our common insects. 595.7 P120 
Paddle and portage. Steele. 917.41 St3P 
Page, D. P. Theory and practice of teaching. 

371 P14 
Page, H. A., jMSttd. See Japp, A. H. 
Page, T. J. La Plata, the Argentine Confedera- 
tioQ, and Pisnignay. 918 P14 



Page, T.N. In Ole Virginia. 1 P14I 

— Two little Confederates. Jl P14T 
Paget, Violet. {Vernon Lee,) Countess of Albany. 

923.9 All 

— Hauntings. 2 P14H 
Painter, P. V. N. History of education. 

370.9 P16 
Painter, g^er, and vamisher^s companion, anon, 

698. P16 

Painter's camp. Hamerton. 914 H17 

Painters, sculptors, engravers, and their worka 

Waters. 927 W31P 

Painting. Buxton. English painters. 759.2 B98 



a67) 



PAINTING. 



PARKJHAN. 



PainlinfT— «ovUtnt««cf. 

— Buxton and PoynteA. G^erman, Flemish, and 

Ihitch painting. 759.3 B98 

— Cava. Ck)lor. 752 C31 

— Chbvrbul. Principles of harmony and contrast 

ofcolonrs. 752 C42 

— Hamsbton Landscape. 758 H17L 

— Hatton. Hints for sketching in water colors 

from nature. 751 H28 

— HsATON. Ck>nci8e history of painting. 750 H35 

— KsDDis. Old masters. 750 K23 

— KUGLER. Handbook of painting. 2t. 759 K95 

— Rawlinson. Turner's Liber studiorum. 

758 R19 

— RetnoIjDS. Literary works; with a memoir of 

the author. 2 t. 750 R33 

— RovTBOTHAM. Art of sketching from nature. 

758 R78 

— RusKiN. Modem painters. 5 v. 750 R89 

— Smith. Painting; Spanish and French. 

750.4 Sm5 

— Van Dykk. How to judge of a picture. 

750 V28 

— ViABDOT. European art 759 y65E 

— ViABDOT. Italian art. 759.5 ¥65 

— Vinci. Treatise on painting. 750 V74 

— Watkbs. Outline history of painting for begin- 

ners and students. 751 W31 

— Whitman. Making of pictures. 750 W50 

— Williams. Art of landscape painting in oil 

colors. 758 W67 

— Woltmann, Alfred, and Woermann, K. His- 

tory of ancient, early Christian, and mediiBval 

painting. 2 v. R756 W83 

Paladin and Saracen ; ed. by H. C. H. Calthrop. 

Ariosto. 851 Ar4C 

Paleontology. See Fossils. 
Palestine. Butterworth. Zigzag journeys in 

the Levant. J015.6 B98 

— FiXLD. Among the Holy hills. 915.6 F45 

— Finn. Home in the Holy Land. 915.G F49 

— Osnus. Holy Land and the Bible. 2 v. 

915.G G27 

— Hunt. Children at Jerusalem. J915.6 H91 

— KiNOLAKK. E6then. 915.6 K50 

— Ls Strange. Palestine under the Moslems. 

956 L56 

— Newman. From Dan to Beersheba. 915.6 N42 

— Oliphant. Haifa; or, Life in modem Palestine. 

915.6 OI3U 

— Oliphant. Land of Oilead. 915.6 Oi3L 

— Thomson. Land and the Book. 2 v. 915.6 T37 

— Van Horne. Tent and saddle life in the Holy 

Land. 915.69 V31 

— Van-Lsnnep. Bible lands; their modem customs 

and manners. 915.6 V32 

— Wright, ed. Early travels in Palestine. 

915.6 W93 
See also Egypt;— Turkey. 
Paiey, F. A., «r. Greek wit 887 PI 7 



Palfrey, F. W. Antietam and Fredericli 

97: 

— Memoir of William Francis Bartlett. 

923. 
Palgrave, W. G. Hermann Agha. 

— Ulysses; or, Scenes and studies in many 

91< 

Palissy, Bernard. Morlbt. Life of 

Paliasy. S 

Palliser, F., and M. A. Mottoes for mi 

Palm, A. J. Death penalty. 2 

Palma Clab, Jersey City, N, J. See Jer 

N, J,— Palma Club, 
Palmetto leaves. Stowe. 91 "i 

Pansy, j?seud. See Alden, I. (M.) 
Paper money inflation in France. Whit 

332 
Paraguay. Washburn. History of ] 

V. 2. 9 

Paris, L. P. A- d' Orleans, C&mte de. I 

the Civil War in America. 4 v. 97 
Paris, Matthew. <Sc6 Matthew o/ Pbtrii 
Paris, Pierre. Manual of ancient sculptu 

Harrison. \ 

Paris. Aiacis. Studies of Paris. 914 

— Eastlake. Notes on the Louvre gall< 

and the Brera gallery, Milan. 1 

— Hamerton. Paris in old and present t 

914. 

— Jeune. School days in Paris. 91 

— Robinson. Parks and gardens of Parij 



— Sala. Paris herself again. 91 

— Taine. Notes on Paris. 91 

— Thackzrat. PRris sketch book. 82 

— Whtteino. Living Paris and France. 

91^ 
See also France. 
Parisian art and artists. Bacon. 
Park, Mungo. Life and travels. \ 

Parker, F. W. How to study geography 

37 
Parker, Joseph. Ecce Deus. 
Parker, J. C. D. Manual of harmony. 78 
Parker, J. H. Architectural history of 
Rome. 913 

— Glossary of terms used in Grecian, Rome 

and Gothic architecture. 72 

Parker, Theodore. Historic Americans. 

92 

Parkman, Francis. Conspiracy of Ponti 

Indian war. 2 v. 973. 

— Count Frontenac and New France un 

XIV. 9*; 

— Discovery of the great West. 9? 

— Historic handbook of the Northern toui 

97 

— Jesuits in North America in the Heven 

tury. 9' 

• — Montcalm and Wolfe. 2 v. 97 



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PARKMAN. 



PAYN. 



Parkmaiiy Francis— «onMnu«d. 

— Old regime in Canada. 970 P330 
-QregootraiL 917.8 P23 
-Pioneen of France in the New World. 970 P23P 
Parks. RoBiirsoN. Parks and gardens of Paris. 

711 R56 
See aUo Landscape Gardening. 
Parley y Peter, paeud. See Goodrich, S. G. 
Parliamentanr Law. Crocker. Principles of 
procednre in deliberatlTe bodies. 328 €87 

— Jknninob. Anecdotal history of the British pai^ 

liament. 328.42 J 44 

Parloa, Maria. First principles of household man- 
agement and cookery. 641 P23F 
Parlor car. Ho wells. 8i2 H83P 
Parloar menagerie, anon, 590 P23 
Pamelly Thomas. Poetical works. 821 €47 t.2 
Pamell movement. O'Connor. 941.5 Oc5 
Parr, Harriet. {Holme Lee,) BasU Godfrey's 
caprice. 2 P24B 

— Beautiful MisB Harrington. 2 P24Be 

— Ben Milner>8 wooing. 2 P24Bm 
~ Bessie Fairfax. 2 P24Br 

— For richer, for poorer. 2 P24P 

— Her title of honour. 2 P24H 

— Katherine's trial 2 P24K 

— Mrs. Denys of Cote. 2 P24MI 
~ Poor squire. 2 P24P 

— Straightforward. 2 P24S 
Panr, Louisa. Dorothy Fox. 2 P241D 

— Dumps. 2 P241Dn 

— Gosau smithy, and other stories. 2 P241G 

— H«t> Carthew. 2 P241H 

— Loyalty George. 2 P241L 

— Presoottsof PamphUlon. 2 P241P 
-Robin. 2 P241R 
Parsons, J. C. English versification. 808 P25 
Parthia. Rawunson. Sixth great oriental 

monarchy. 935 R198 

Parties and their principles. Holmes. 329 H73 
Partington^ Mrs,^ paeud. See Shillaber, B. P. 
Partingtonian patchwork. Shiliaber. 

817 Shop 
Partony James. Captains of industry. 2 t. 

920 P25 

— Caricature and other comic art. 2 v. 741 P25 
" Life and times of Aaron Burr. 2 v. 923.2 B95 
-- Life and times of Benjamin Franklin. 2 v. 

923.2 F85Pa 

— Life of Andrew Jackson. 8 v. 923.5 J12 

— Life of Horace Greeley. 920.5 G81P 

— Life of Voltaire. 2 v. 928.42 Y88P 

— Smoking and drinking. 178 P25 

— ed. Some noted princes, authors, and statesmen 

of our time. 920 P25S 

Parton^ 8. P. (Fanny Fern,) Fern leaves. 

818 P25 

— Shadows and sunbeams. 1 P25S 
Pascal, Blaise. Provincial letters. 282 P26 
-Thoughts. 204 P26 
Pascoe»C. E. London of to-day. 914.2 P26 



Passages from American note-books. Haw« 

thome. 917.3 II31 

Passages from English note-books. Hawthorne. 

914.2 1131 
Passion Plays. Bxttlbr. Oberammergau, 1890. 

R811 B97 

— Stead. Story that transformed the world. 

792 St3 
Past and present Carlyle. 824 C19P 

Past in the present. Mitchell. 571 jlI69 

Pasty the present, and the future. Carey. 

330 C18P 
Pastels in prose. Merrill, tr. 848 M55 

Pastenr, Louis. Studies on fermentation. 

663 P26 
Patagonia. Co an. Adventures in Patagonia. 

918.2 C63 

— Dixn. Across Patagonia. 918.2 D64 
Patents. See Inventions. 

Pater mundi. Burr. 213 B94 

— Same. 2d series. 213 B94D 
Paterculos. Remains of his compendium of 

Roman history. in 878.9 W33S 

Paton, W. A. Down the islands. 917.29 P27 
Patriotic eloquence. Kirkland. 808 K63 

Patroclns and Penelope. Dodge. 798 D66 

Pattern maker^s assistant. Rose. 621.9 R72 
Pattern maker's handybook. Haslnck. 

671 H27P 
Patterson 9 R. H. New Gk>lden Age. 2 y. 

332 P27 
Pattlson, D. W. Lonsdale. Sister Dora. 

922 P27 

Pattison, Mark. Milton. 928.21 M64 

Pattouy J. H. Concise history of the American 

people. 2v. 973 P27 

— Natural resources of the United States. 

917.3 P27Pr 

— Natural resources of the United States. (Science 

primers.) 917.3 P27 

Panly Saint. Contbearb and Howson. Life and 

epistles of St. PauL 220.92 P28C 

— Farrar. Life and work of St Paul. 2 v. 

220.92 P28F 

•— IvsRACH. St Paul ; his life and times. 

220.92 P28I 
Paul) Jean, pseud. See Richter, J. P. F. 
Paul, John, peeud. See Webb, C. H. 
Paul, M. A. (C.) De Creaqr. 2 P28D 

— Dorothy. 2 P28Do 

— Maiden sisters. 2 P28M 

— Martha Brown. 2 P28Ma 

— Still waters. 2 P28S 

— Uncle Ralph. 2 P28U 

— Vanessa. 2 P28Y 
Paul the pope and Paul the friar. Troilope. 

945 T74 
Pauperism. See Poor, The. 
Parements and roads. Love. 625 L49 

Payny James. At her mercy. 2 P29A 

— Befi^ on horsebvx^k. 2 P39Bli 



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PAYlf. 



PERIODICALS. 



PayUy JajDee—conHnued 

— Best of husbands. 

— Burnt million. 

— By proxy. 

— Carlyon^s year. 

— Cecil's tryst 

— Ckmfidential agent. 

— Elavesdropper. 

— Fallen fortunes. 

— Pot cadi only. 

— Found dead. 

— From exile. 

— Glow-worm tales. 

— Ghrape from a thorn. 

— Gwendoline's harvest 

— Halves. 

— High spirits. 

— In peril and privation. 



2 P20Be 
2 P29B 
2 P29Br 
2 P29Ca 
2 P29Ce 

1 P29CO 
2 P29E 
2 P29F 

2 P29FC 
2 P29FO 
2 P29Pr 
2 P29€:i 
2 P29Gr 

2 P29GW 

2 P29H 

2 P20Hi 

2 P29I 



— In the heart of a hill, and other stories. 

2 P29III 

— Less black than weYe painted. 2 P29L 

— Like father, Uke son. 2 P29Li 

— Literary recollections. 928.23 P29 

— Luck of the Darrells. 2 P20Ln 

— Murphy's master. 2 P20Jlla 

— Mystery of Mirbridge. 2 P29JII 

— Not wooed, but won. 2 P29No 

— Notes from the "NewR" 828 P29N 

— One of the f amUy. 2 P290 

— Prince of the blood. 2 P29P 

— Talk of the town. ' 2 P29T 

— Thicker than water. 2 P29Th 

— Under one roof . 2 P29U 

— Walter's word. 2 P29W 

— What he cost her. 2 P29Wh 

— Woman's vengeance. 2 P29Wv 

— Won— not wooed. 2 P29Wo 

— Word and the wilL 2 P29WI 
Payne, W. H. School supervision. 371 P29 
PealNidyy A. P. Harvard graduates whom I have 

known. 920 P31 

— camp. Conversation; its faults and its graces. 

374 P31 

Peacock, T. L. Headlong Hall, and Nightmare 

Abbey. 2 P31 

Peacocke, J. S. Orphan girls. 1 P31 

Peard, F. M. AUda Tennant 2 P312A 

— Blue dragon. 2 P312B 

— Cartouche. 2 P312C 

— Contradictions. 2 P312Co 

— Madame's grand-daughter. 2 P312BI 

— Madrigal, and other stories. 2 P312]IIa 

— Mother MoUy. 2 P312Mo 

— One year. 2 P3120 

— SciH)egraoeDick. 2 P312S 
-SchlosB and town. 2 P312Sc 

— Thorpe Regis. 2 P3J2T 
-Unawares. » P312U 

— Winter story . 2 P312W 
Pearls of the faith. Arnold. 821 ArOP 



Peeps abroad for folks at home. Matrox 

910.8 
Peile, John. Philology. 409 

Peirccy Benjamin. Ideality in the physical sc 

215 
PeUlcOy Silvio. My prisons. 928.3 

Pen pictures of modem authors. Shepard, 

928 
Pendletotty Edmund. Conventional Bohem 

1 

— Virginia inheritance. 1 
Peninsular California. Nordhoff. 917.S 
Pennelly H. C. Puck on Pegasus. 827 
Pennelly Joseph, and E. R. Two pilgrin 

gress. 914*5 

Pennlmany Major ^ paeiui. See Denison, ( 
Pennimans* anon. 1 

Pennol, Peter, psettd. See Round 9 W. M. 
** Pennsylvania Dutch,** and other eesays. 

bons. 814 

Penny cyclopaBdia. 27 v. ROSS 

Pens and types; or, Hints and helps for the 

write, print, read, teach, or learn. Dre^ 

65 J! 
Peoria, ///. — Public Library, Referenc 

novels and juveniles. RO 1 6 

Pepysy Samuel. Memoirs ; comprising his dii 

a selection from his private oorresponden 

by R. L. Braybrooke. 9U3U 

— Whbatlet. Samuel Pepys and the w* 

Uved in. 923.5 

Percy, Thomas. Boy's Percy ; ed. by S. Li 

J821 
Percy anecdotes. Byerly and Robertson. 

821 
Perelaer, M. T. H. Ran away from the Dt 

919.1J 
Pericles and the Golden Age of Athens. A 

93: 

Pericles, Prince of Tyre ; ed. by W. J. 

Shakspeare. 822.3: 

Periodicals. American annual of photo( 

1887-88, 90-91. R770 

— Annual of scientific discovery. 1850-67. 

R50.' 

— Annual record of science and industry. 

50.' 

— Atlantio monthly. 1857-date, v. 1-date 

R05 

— Atlantic monthly ; Index, v. 1-61. 1857 

R051 

— Ckntubt, The. 1881-date. v. 1-date. 

R05 
KoTB. OootinaAtlon of 8cHlmcr*8 inontlily. 

— Century, The ; Index, v. 1-8. 1881-85. 

R051 

— Harper's new monthly magazine. 18 

V. 1-date. R05I 

— Harpkr^b new monthly magazine ; Inde 

70. 186a«5. R061 



an 



PERIODICAIJSk 



PUIIiADELPHIA. 



Periodicals — continued. 

— Maoajeins of American history. 1877-80. v. 1-4. 

ROTO M27 

— Poouc Index to periodical literature. 1858. 

R050 P78 

— PooLX. Index to periodical literature to Janu- 

ary, 1882. R050 P78P 

— PoouE and Flbtchsr. Index to periodical liter- 

ature ; Ist supplement; 188^^. R050 P78P 

— Popular science monthly. 1872Klate. y. 1-date. 

R505 P81 

— Popular science monthly ; supplement. 8 t. 

R505 P81P 

— Popular science monthly. Index, v. 1-90. 1879^. 

R505 P81Pi 

— Screbnkr^s magazine. 1887-date. v. 1-date. 

R051 8cr6 

— SCRIBNKR'8 monthly. 1870^1. v. 1-22. 

R051 C33 

Note. Oontlnniwl under the name of **TI>e Oentury . " 

— ScRiBNSR^s monthly. Index, v. 1-22. 1870-81. 

R051 C33I 

— Sunday at home. 18 t. R205 Sn7 

— TbaBtBOOK of nature and popular science for 

1872 ; ed. by J. C. Draper. R505 D79 

Perkins, C. C. Historical handbook of Italian 

sculpture. 734 P41 

Perkins, F. B., ed. Best reading. R038 P41 
Perpetual JHollon* See Mechanics {in Fhysics,) 
Perpetaam mobile. Direks. 531 D63 

— Same. 2d series. 531 D63P 
Perry, Alice. Schoolmaster's trial. 1 P4228 
Perry, A. L. Elements of political economy. 

330 P42 

— Introduction to political economy. 330 P42I 

— Principles of political economy. 330 P42P 
Perry, BlisB. Broughton House. 1 P42 
Perry, M. C. Perry*8 expedition to Japan. 

915.2 P43 

— Obiftis. Matthew Calbraith Perry. 923.5 P42 
Perry, Nora. Book of love stories. 1 P423B 

— Flock of girls. J 1 P42F 

— For a woman. 1 P423Fo 

— New songs and ballads. 811 P42 

— Tragedy of the unexpected. 1 P423T 

— Youngest Miss Lorton, and other stories. 

Jl P42Y 
Perry, O. H. Mackenzie. Ldfe of Commodore 
OUver Hazard Perry. 2 v. 923.5 P421M 
Perry, T. S. English literature in the eighteenth 
oentury. 820 P41 

Perry's expedition to Japan. Pebrt. 915.2 P43 
Persia. Arnold. Through Persia by caravan. 

915.5 ArO 

— B allantinb. Midnight marches through Persia. 

915.5 B21 

— BAasBTT. Persia ; land of the'Imams. 915.5 B29 

— Benjamin. Persia and the Persians.' 9 15. 5 B43 
-Benjamin. Story of Persia. 935 B43 

— Blunt. Bedouin tribes of the Euphrates. 

915.5 B62 



Persia — continued. 

— Fraser. Historical and deecriptiye account of 

Persia. 955 F86 

— Vaux. Persia. 935 V46 
Persins. Satires; tr. by Lewis Evans. 877 EtI 
Personal memoirs. Mansfield 928.18 M31 
Personal recollections from early life to old age. 

SomervUle. 925 So5 

Personally conducted. Stockton. J914 St6 
Persons and places in the West Brackenridge 

923.4 B72 
Persons, places, and things. Bmce. 

J910.8 B83 
Perspective. Hodgk. Linear perspectiTe. 

742 H66 

— Miller. Essentials of perspective. 742 M61 

— Ware. Modem perspective. 742 W22 
Pern. Adams. Land of the Incas. 985 Adl 

— Cole. Peruvians at home. . 918.5 C67 

— Markham. Peru. 918.5 BI74 

— Prescott. Conquest of Peru. 2 v. 985 P92 
Peschel, O. F. Races of man and their geograph- 
ical distribution. 572 P43 

Pestalozzi, J. H. Barnard. Life and methods 
of John Henry Pestalozzi. 923.7 P43 

— Gttdcfs. Pestalozzi; his life and work. 

923.7 P43G 

— Krusi. Pestalozzi; his life, work, and influence. 

923.7 P43K 
Peter Saint. Taylor. Peter, the apostle. 

220.92 P44 
Peter the Great, Czar of Russia. Abbott. His- 
tory of Peter the Great. J923. 1 P44 A 

— Barrow. Memoir of the life of Peter the Great. 

923.1 P44B 

— Motley. Peter the Great. 923.1 P44M 
Petrarch, Francesco. Sonnets, triumphs, and other 

poems. 851 P44 

— Ward. Petrarch. 928.51 P44W 
Petrifactions and their teachings. Mantell. 

500 JIE31 
Petroleum. Morris. Derrick and drill. 

553.28 M83 

Pettigrew, J. B. Animal locomotion. 591 P45 
Pettit, J. S. Modem reproductive graphic pro- 
cesses. 770 P45 
Pharaohs and their people. Berkley. 932 B45 
Phelan, J. E. Air. brake practice. 625 P51 
Phelps, Austin. Men and books. 251 P51 

— MyportfoUo. 204 P51 

— My study. 204 P51JII 

— Theory of preaching. 251 P51T 
Phelps, A. L. Educator. 376 P51 

— Student; or, Fireside friend. 376 P51S 
Phelps, E. S. See Ward, E. S. (P.) 

Phelps, W.F. Teacher's hand-book. 371 P51 
Phenomena and laws of heat. Cazin. 536 C31 
Philadelphia, iViin. Thompson. Historic man- 
sions of Philadelphia. 917.48 W52 

— WooLSEY. Short history of the city of Philadel- 

phia. 974.8 W88S 



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PHOTOGRAPHY. 



Philately. See Postage Stamps. 
Philip, II., King of Spain. Prescott. 946 P02 
Philip, King, Abbott. History of King Philip. 

J970.1 P53A 
Philips, F.C. As in a looking glass. 2 P53A 

— Dean and his daughter. 2 P53De 

— Lucky young woman. 2 P53L 

— Margaret Byng. 2 P53M 

— Strange adventures of Lucy Smith. 2 P53St 

— Young Mr. AinsUe's courtship. 2 P53Y 

— and Feudally Percy. Daughter's sacrifice. 

2 P53D • 

— and WUls, C. J. Fatal Phryne. 2 P53F 

— Scudamores. 2 P53S 
PhUUmore, C. M. FraAngeUco. 927 An4P 
Phillips, Bamet Burning their ships. 2 P54B 

— Struggle. 2 P548 
Phillips, Charles. Curran and his contemporaries. 

923.4 P54 

Phillips, E. C. Sir Henry Hayelock and CoUn 

Campbell, Lord Clyde. 923.5 H29P 

Phillips, J. A. Elements of metallurgy ; revised 

and enlarged by Bauerman. 669 P54 

Phillips, WendelL Speeches, lectures, and letters. 

815 P54 
Philo Jndaens. Works; tr. by C. D. Yonge. 

181.3 P54 
Philobiblia8,^seud. See Brockett, L. P. 
Philology. See Language. 
Philosophy. Aokxrman. Christian element in 
Plato. 184 Ac5 

— Bain. Practical essays. 104 B16 

— BowsN. Modem philosophy. 109 B67 

— Cazellss. Outline of the evolution-philoeophy. 

146 €31 

— Collins. Epitome of the synthetic philosophy 

of [Herbert Spencer]. 192 €69 

— Cousin. History of modem philosophy. 

109 €83 

— Dana. Inductive inquiries iu physic, ethics, 

and ethnology. 104 D19 

— HiLLXBBAND. German thought. 193 H55 

— Hindu philosophy ; the Bhagavad gita ; or, The 

sacred lay ; tr. by John Davies. 891 .43 D28 

— Ladd. Litroduction to philosophy. 100 L12 

— Lbgge. Life and teachings of Confucius. 

181.1 L52 

— Lewxs. Biogn^hical history of philosophy. 

109 L58 
-Locks. Philoeophical works. 2 v. 192 L79 

— McCosH. Examination of J. S. MiU^s philoso* 

phy. 192 M13 

— McCOBH. Scottish philosophy. 192 M13S 

— Mill. Examination of Sir William Hamilton's 

philosophy. 2 v. 192 1159 

— Morris. Britiflh thought and thinkers. 

192 M83 

— Philo Judjbus. Works ; tr. by C. D. Yonge. 

181.3 P54 

— Bpknckr. Political institutions. 192 Sp3 

— Sfknckr. Principles of biology. 192 Sp3P 



Philosophy — continued. 

— Spencer. Principles of sociology. 2 v. 

19! 

— Stephen. History of English though 

eighteenth century. 2 v. 1 

— TuLLOCH. Modem theories iu philosq 

religion. 1€ 

— Vaughan. Hours with the mjrstics. 2 

If 

— Watson. Schelling^s transcendental id( 

19 
Se^ also Ethics ; — Metaphysics ;— P 

Philosophy of education. Rosenkranz. 

370. 
Philosophy of music. Pole. 7^ 

Philosophy of preaching. Behrends. 22 
Philosophy of teaching. Sands, 370 
Phipson, T. L. Pbo6phoresccnc>c. 52 

Phisterefy Frederick. Statistical recor< 
armies of the United States. 973. 

Phcenicia. Rawlinson. Story of Phoer 

92 
PhcBniX) John, pseud. See Derby , G. H, 
Phcenixiana. Derby. 81 

Phonography. See Shorthand. 
Phosphorescence. Phipson. Phospho 

5; 

Photo-engravingy photo-etehing, and ph 

graphy. Wilkinson. 77 

Photographic instructor. Adams. 7' 

Photographic mosaics, 18()1. Wili«ony e 

770 
Photographic negative. Burbank. 77€ 
Photographies. Wilson. - 7? 

Photography. Abnet. Treatise ou phot 

7' 

— Adams. Photographic instructor. T 

— American annual of photography. 1887-< 

4v. R77 

— Burbank. Photographic negative. 77C 

— Burbank. Photographic printing meth 

770 

— Burgess. Photograph manual. 7' 

— Burton and Pringle. Process of phot 

7' 

— Eder. Chemical effect of the si)e<'tnuD 

7' 

— Hardwich. Manual of photographic cl 

7'3 

— Harrison. History of photography. 7*3 

— LiETZE. Modem helic^raphic processes. 

7' 

— Meldola. Chemistry of photography. 

7'3 

— Modern practice of retouching negative 

71 

— Pettit. Modem reproductive graphic j 

7: 

— Price. How to make pictur(»K. 771 

— Pringle. Lantern-slides. 77C 



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PIERCE. 



Photography — continued, 

— Prinole. Optical lantern. . 770 P930 

— PrinoLiB. Practical photo-micrography. 

770 P93P 

— RoBiirsoN. Letters on landscape photography. 

770 R56L 

— Robinson. Pictorial effect in photography. 

770 R56P 

— Robinson. Picture m^iHng by photography. 

770 R56Pi 
~ SiNOULHL Dry plate mjiiHng for amateurs. 

772 816 . 

— Spauldino. Amateur photography. 772 Sp2 

— Stkbnbero. Photo-micrographs. 778 St4 

— Taylor. Photographic amateur. 770 T21 

— VoOEL. Chemistry of light and photography. 

535 V86 

— Wall. Dictionary of photography. 770 W15 

— Wilkinson. Photo-engraving, photo-etching, 

and photo-lithography. 770 W65 

— Wilson, ed. Photographic mosaics, 1891. 

770 W69P 
-Wilson. Photographies. 770 W60 

— Wilson. Quarter century in photography. 

770 W09Q 
Phrenology. Combb. Constitution of man. 

130 C73 

— COKBB. System of phrenology. 139 C73S 

— Dratton and McNeill. Brain and mind. 

130 D79 
Phyfe^ W. H. P. Seven thousand words often mis- 
pranounced. 421 P56 

Physical education. Oswald. 613 089 

Physical dreography. Oeikie. Physical geogra- 
phy. 551.4 G28 

— Orove. G^eography. 551.4 G91 

— OUYOT. Earth and man. 551.4 G99 
^Same, rev. ed. 551.4 G99E 

— Macturk. Physical geography. 551,4 M25 

— Young. Physical geography. 551.4 Y8 
Physical optics. Glazebrook. 535 G46 
Physician's problems. Elam. 614 Ell 
Physics. Anthony and Brackbtt. Elementary 

text-book of physics. 530 An8 

— Arnott. Elements of physics. 530 Ar6 

— Dbschanxl. Elementary treatise on natural 

philosophy. 530 D45 

— ExjLKR. Letters on natural philosophy, addressed 

to a (German princess. 2 v. 530 Eo5 

— Ganot. Elementary treatise on physics. 6th od. 

530 G15 
^8ame, 13th ed. 530 G15E 

— Oanot. Natural philosophy. 530 G15N 
— < Qlazbbbook and Shaw. Practical physics. 

530 G46 

— HxRSCHBL. Preliminary discourse on the study 

of natural i^iiloeophy. 530 1144 

-Hopkins. Experimental science. R530 H77 

— Lebs. Acoustics, light, and heat. 530 L51 

— Lebs. Elements of acoustics, light, and heat. 

530 L51E 



Physics — continued, 

— Maybr. Lecture-notes on physics. 530 JII45 

— Sloanb. Home experiments in scienoe. 530 SI5' 

— Steele: Fourteen weeks in.phyBic8. 530 St3 

— Stewart. Physics. 530 St4 

— Wright. Threshold of scienoe. 530 W93 

See also Mechanics {in Physics). 
Physics and politics. Bagehot. 320 B15 

Physiognomy. Mantbgazza. Physiognomy and 
expression. 138 M31 

Physiology. Angell. Elements of animal phy- 
siology. 612 An4 

— Blaikie. How to get strong and how to stay so. 

613 B57 

— Blaikie. Sound bodies for our boys and girls. 

613 B57S 

— Blaisdbll. Child's book of health. J612 B57 

— Blaisdbll. How to keep welL 613 B572 

— Cleland. Animal physiology. 612 C58 

— Combe. Principles of physiology 612 C73 

— Dalton. Treatise on human physiology. 

612 D17 

— Draper. Human physiology. 612 D79 

— Flint. On the source of muscular power. 

612 F640 

— Flint. Text-book of human physiology. 

612 F64 

-Foster. Physiology. 612 F81 

— FOTHERGILL. Animal physiology. 612 F83 

— Mac6. History of a mouthful of bread. 

* J612 JII15H 

— Mac6. Servants of the stomach. 612 Ml 58 

— Rosenthal. Qeneral physiology of muscles and 

nerves. "612 R72 

Physiology and calisthenics. Beecher. 613 B31I 
Physiology of digestion. Combe. 613 C73 
PickardyJ. L. School supervision. 371 P58 
PictoDy J. A. Oliver Cromwell; the man and his 

mission. 923.1 C88P 

Pictorial calendar of the seasons. Howilt. 

828 U84 
Pictorial effect in photography. Robinson. 

770 I156P 
Pictorial fieM book of the Civil War. 8 v. 
Lossing. 973.7 L89 

Pictorial museum of animated nature. Knight. 

590 K74 
Picture making by photography. Robinson. 

770 R56Pi 
Pictures from Holland. Lovelt. R914.92 L94 
Pictures from Ireland. Blake. 914.15 B58 
Pictures from Italy. Dickens. 910.8 D55 

— Same, in 2 D55G2 
Pictures of travel in Sweden. Andersen. 

914.3 An2 
Picturesque Alaska. Woodman. 917.98 W85 
Picturesque Washington. Moore. 917.53 M78 
Piddington, Rose. Gain of a loss. 2 P59G 

— Last of the cavaliers. 2 P59L 
Pierce 9 E. L., ed. Memoir and letters of Charles 

Sumner. 2y. 923 2SnO 



CW8) 



PIERCE. 



POETRY. 



Pierce, G. A., and W heeler , W. A. Dickens 
dictionary. 833 D55 

Pigeons. Wright. Practical pigeon keeper. 

G36.6 W93 
Pike county folks. MoU. 817 1II85 

Pindar. Odes ; tr. by D. W. Turner. 884.5 T85 

— MORICE. Pindar. 884.5 M82 
Pioneer Quakers. Uallowell. 289.G H15 
Pioneer women of the West Ellel. 920.7 EI5P 
Pioneering in New Guinea. Chalmers. 

910.5 C35 
Pioneers in the settlement of America. 2 v. 
Crafts. R973 C84 

Pioneers of France in the New World. Park- 
man. 970 P23r 
Pitcaim's Island. Barrow. Description of Pit- 
cairn^ Island and its inhabitants. 919.7 B27 

— Bklchsr. Mutineers of the Bounty. 996 B41 
Pitman, £. R. Elizabeth Fry. 923.6 F94 

— George Miiller and Andrew Reed. 922 M91P 
Pitman, M. J. {Margery Deane.) European 

breezes. 914 P68 

Pitman, R.C. Alcohol and the state. 178 P68 
Piltenger, William. Capturing a locomotive. 

973.7 P68 
Pizarro, Francisco. Towle. Pizarro. 

J923.5 P68 
Plain talks. Holland. 814 H71P 

Plain speaking. Craik. 824 C84P 

PlanchC-y J. R. Pursuivant of arms. 929 P69 
Plants growing without cultivation in New Jersey. 
Willis. 580 W66 

Plaster and pkurtering. Hodgson. 093 H66 
Plato. Dialogues ; tr. by B. Jowett. 4 v. 

888.4 J83 

— Platens best thoughts ; comp. from Jowett^s trans- 

lation of the Dialogues, by C. H. A. Bulkley. 

888.4 J83B 

— Protagoras ; ed. by E. G. Sihler. (Greek text.) 

888.4 Si2 

— Sophistes ; tr. by R. W. Mackay. 888.4 M 19 

— Collins. Plato. 888.4 C69 

— Same. 888.4 C69P 
Plantns. Comedies ; tr. by H. T. Riley. 2 v. 

872.3 R45 

— Collins. Plautus and Terence. 872 C69 

— Same. m 877.7 W14 
Playtime naturalist. Taylor. J590 T21 
Plea for Uberty. Mackay. 335 21119 
Plea Tor the Queen's English. Alford. 428.3 AI2 
Pleasant authors for young folks. Harris. 

J928.2 H24 
Pleasonton, A. J. Influence of the blue ray of 

sunlight. 535 P71 

Pleasures of hope. Campbell. 821 C15P 

Plca-sores of life. Lubbock. 824 L96 

Pliny, the elder. Natural history ; tr. by John 

Bostock and H. T. Riley. 6 ▼. 878.9 B65 
Pliny, the younger. Church and Brodribb. 

Pliny^s letters. 876.2 C47 

--Saime. in 875.1 C69P 



Ploetz, Carl. Epitome of ancient, medisdval, and 
modem history. 909 P72 

Plumbing. Clarke. Plumbing practice. 

696 C55 

— Plumbing problems, anon. 628 P73 

See aim Building. 
Plummer^ J. A. Introduction to astronomy. 

520 P73 

Plutarch. Boys' and girls* Plutarch; ed. by J. 8. 

White. J923 P74W 

— Lives; ed. by Clough. 5 v. 923 P74C 

— Lives; ed. by Langhome. 923 P74L 

— Our young folks* Plutarch; ed. by R. Kaufman. 

J923 P74K 
Poe, E. A. Prose tales. 3 v. 1 P75P 

— Gill. Edgar Allan Poe. 928.11 P75G 

— Ingram. Edgar Allan Poe. 2 v. 928. 1 1 P75I 
Poems for children. Thaxter. J811 T33 
Poems of places. Vi v. Longfellowyed. 821 I#86 
Poet at the breakfast table. Holmes. 

818 H73P 
Poetry. Khairp. Poetic interpretation of nature. 

808.1 Shi 

— 8YMOND8. Studies of the Greek poets. 2 v. 

880 Sy6 

CoUetAwns. 

— Adams, ed. [Through the year with the poets.] 

12 V. viz — 

— January. 821 AdlJ 

— February. 821 Ad IF 

— March. 821 AdlJH 

— ApriL 821 AdlA 

— May. 821 AdlMa 

— June. 821 AdlJn 

— July. 821 AdlJI 

— August. 821 AdlAu 

— September. 821 Ad IS 

— October. 821 AdlO 

— November. 821 Ad IN 

— December. 821 AdlD 

— Brackett and Eliot, cmnp. Silver treasury. 

821 B72 

— Browne. Bugle-echoes ; a collection of poems of 

the Civil War. 811 B81 

— Bryant, ed. Family library of poetry and song. 

R821 B84L 

— Bryant, ed. Selections from the American 

poets. 811 B84Se 

— Child, ed. English and Scottish ballads. 

821 C43 

— Crandall, ed. Representative sonnets by Amer- 

ican poets. 811 C85 

— Dana. Household book of poetry. R821 D19 

— Dennis. TCngiiah sonnets. 821 D41 

— Debhler. Afternoons with the poets. 821 D45 

— Eooleston, ed. American war ballads and 

lyrics. 2v. 811 £g3 

— Ellis. Specimens of early English metrical ro- 

mances, ^^1 BU^ 



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POETRY. 



POLITICS. 



DS and Whipple, ed. Family library of 
jsh poetry. R821 F46 

>. Jewels of the mind. 821 H34 

SON, ed. Famous single and fugitive poems. 

821 J62F 
^FELLOW, ed. Poems of places. 13 v. 

821 L86 
:rop, ed. Masque of poets. 811 L34 

*HBWS, oomp. Poems of American patriot- 

811 M43 
. W. Heroic ballads. 821 Til 

D,ed, English poets. 4 v. 821 W21 

[TIER, comp. Child life. 808 W61 

JAMS, comp. Poets and poetry of Ireland. 

821 W66 
of architecture. Rnskin. 720 R89 

nd poetry of Ireland. Williamsy comp, 

821 W66 
uireateof England. Hamilton. 

928.21 H18 
f America. Stedman. 811 St3 

I papers for the Christian life. Cuyler. 

240 C99 
egions. Osborn. 919.8 Osl 

ITilliam. Philosophy of music. 781 P75 
al Economy. Bagbhot. Economic otud- 

330 B14 
[AT. Economic sophisms. 337 B29 

. Sameachia SopbiMinriof ]in>t4x:lion. 

LAT. Essays on political economy. 

330 B29E 
[AT. Sophisms of protection. 337 B29S 

Same ao IiIm Isycoiiouiic ttophiwiis. 

QUI. History of political economy in 
ope 330 B61 

EN. American political economy. 330 B67 
CSB. Economics for the ixx)ple. 330 B672 
OCR. Of work and woalth. 320 B6720 
□SB and Iles. R^aclor^ guide in oconomic, 
li, and political science. R016.3 B67 

ITBS. Essays on political (KTonomy. 330 CA2 
WES. Some leading principles in political 
tomy newly expounded 330 C12S 

Y. Harmony of interests. 330 CI 811 

T. Manual of social science. 330 C18M 
T. Past, present, and future. 330 C18P 
T. Prindplos of social science. 3 v. 

330 C18Pr 
EN Club. Cobden club essays. 2d series. 

330 C63C 
EN Club. Social government and taxation. 

330 C63Ii 
BB . Ideas for a science of good government. 

330 C78 
INOHAM. Growth of English industry and 
merce. 330 COl 

R. Questions of the day. 330 E12 

;ett. Manual of political economy 

330 F28 
2KTT. Political economy for beginners. 

330 F28P 



Political Economy — continued, 

— Fawoett. Tales in political economy. 

330 F28T 

— Harrison. Certain dangerous tendencies in 

American life. 330 H24. 

— Jamisson. Political economy for business people. 

330 J23 

— Jbvons. Theory of political economy. 330 J53 

— Keynes. Scope and methods of political econ- 

omy. 330 K52 

— MoCuLLOCH. Principles of political economy. 

330 M31 

— MACLEOD. Economics for beginners. 330 JII22 

— Mill. Principles of political economy. 2 v. 

330 JII59P 

— Perry. Elements of political economy. 

330 P42 

— Perry. Introduction to political economy. 

330 P421 

— Perry. Principles of political economy. 

330 P42P 

— RoQERS. Economic interpretation of history. 

330 R63 

— RosOHER. Principles of political economy. 2 v. 

330 R71 

— RusKTN. Unto this last. 330 R89 

— Senior. Treatise on political economy. 330 Se5 

— SiDOWiCK. Principles of political economy. 

330 Sil 

— Smith. Inquiry into the nature and causes of 

the wealth of nations. 330 Sm5 

— Steele. Rudimentary economics. 330 St3 

— Walker. Science of wealth. 330 W15 

— Wells. Recent economic changes. 330 W46 

— Wilson. First principles of political economy. 

330 W69 
See aUo Labor and Capital. 
Political and legal remedies of war. Amos. 

341 Am6 
Political history of recent times. Miiller. 

943 M91 

Political institutions. Spencer. 192 Hp3 

Political regfister and Congreasianal directory. 

Poore. R328.73 P79 

Political science. 2 v. Woolsey. 320 W88 
Politics OTid Government. Aiken. History of 

Uberty. 323 Ai4 

— Amos. Science of politics. 320 Am6 

— Baoehot. Physics and politics. 320 B16 

— Baoenal. American Irish. . 329 D14 

— Bentham. Fragment on government; ed. by 

F. C. Montague. 320 B44 

— Benton. Thirty years' view. 2 v. 320.97 B44 

— Boynton. World^s greatest conflict. 321 B71 

— Brownson. American republic. 321 B82 

— Cobden. PoUtical writings. 2 v. 320 €63 

— Coffin. Story of liberty. J321 C65 

— Draper. Thoughts on the future civil policy of 

America. 320 D79 

— FiSKE. Civil government in the United States. 

320.97 F54 



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I 



POLITICS. 



PORTRAITS. 



Politics and Government — continued, 

— Fbxxman. Comparatave politics. 330 F87 
•— Fbothinoham. Rise of Uie republic of the Uni- 
ted States. 330.97 F93 

— Gbbat words from great Americans. 339 G79 

— HiLDBXTH. Theory of politics. 330 H54 

— HoLMSS. Parties and their principles. 

339 H73 

— Johnson. American politics. 339 J 64 

— LowsiJL.. E^Bsays on government. 330 J '>5 

— Mann. Ancient and mediaeval republics. 

331.8 MSI 

— Mill.. Considerations on representativo govern- 

ment. 334 11159 

— Mill. On liberty. 333 M59 

— MuLFORD. The nation. 330.97 M89 

— NORDHOFF. Politics f or young Americans. 

330 N75 

— Ralkigh. Elementary politics. 304 R13 

— Rbkmklin. Critical review of American politics. 

339 R35 

— Stanwood. History of presidential elections. 

334 St3 

— Strong. Our country. 331.8 St8 

— SncKNST. True republic. 331.8 St5 

— Tucker. Monroe doctrine. 337.73 T79 

— WooLSEY. Political ; ience. 2 v. 330 W88 
Politics and political economy. De Quincey. 

834 D44P 
Pollard, A. £. Southern history of the War ; 
flrst, second, and third year. 3 v. 

973.7 P76 

Pollock, Robert. Course of time. 831 P76 

Polo, Marco. Travels ; ed. by T. W. Knox. 

J910.8 P76K 

— Travels; ed. by T. Wright. 910.8 P76W 

— ToWLE. Marco Polo ; his travels and adventures. 

910.8 T65 

Polyglot of foreign proverbs. Bohn. 398 B63 

Polynesia. CxTiaaNO. Lady^s cruise in a French 

man-of-war. 919.6 C91 

— Gill. Jottings from the Fkiciflc. 919.6 G4i 

— Herbert and Kingslet. South-sea bubbles. 

919.6 U41 

Pompeii. Dter. Pompeii; its history, buildings, 

and antiquities. 913.37 1>98 

— MONNIER. Wanders of Pompeii. 913.37 DI75 

Pond, G. E. Shenandoah vaUey. 973.7 P79 

Pont-Jost, L. R. D. de. No. 13, Rue Marlot. 

4 B77 

Pool, M. L. Tenting at Stony Beach. 1 P78T 

Poole, R. S. Lectures on art. 704 P78 

Poole, a Lane-. Egypt. 963 P78 

— Story of the Barbary corsairs. 961 P78 

— Story of the Moors in Spain. 946 P78 

— Story of Turkey. 949.6 P78 
Poole, W. F. Index to periodical literature. 1853. 

R050 P78 

— Lidez to periodical literature to January, 1882, 

R050 P78P 



Poole 5 W. F.— continued. 

— and Fletcher, W. 1. Index to period 

ture: Ist supplement; 1882-87. TtOl 
Poor, H. V. M. nual of the railroads r' 

States. 
Poor, The. Hartley. Seven ages ot 

pauper. I 

•— Campbell. Problem of the poor. 

— Smith. Vagabondiana. i 
Poore, B. P. Political register and Coi 

directory. R33« 

Pope, Alexander. Poetical works. 

— Carruthers. Life of Alexander Pop 

938 
Popular account of the ancient EgyptiG 
kinson. 2 t. f 

Popular antiquities. Brand. 
Popular astronomy. Newcomb. 
Popular geology. JMiller. I 

Popular guide to the observation of natur 

« 
Popular history of England. Guizot. 

9^ 
Popular natural history. Wood. 59 
Popular readings in prose and verse. C 

Popular science. Monteith. i 

Popular science monthly. 1872-date. v 

— Same; Index, V.-20. 1872-82. R50 

— Same; supplement. 3 v. R54 
Popular tales from the Norse. Dasen 

311 
Popular tribunals. Bancroft. 

R970 B3 
Population. Malthus. Essay on th 
of population. 
See also Sociology. 

Porcelain. See Pottery and Porcela 
Porch, H. E. An ideal fanatic. 
Porter, A. M. Himgariau brothers. 

— Same. ii 

Porter, Charles. Treatise on thd Riche 

engine indicator. 6' 

Porter, D. D. Adventures of Harry Mt 

— Allan Dare and Robert le Diable. 

— Incidents and anecdotes of the Civil "W 

97; 

— Naval history of the Civil War. 973. 
Porter, Jane. Scottish chiefs. 

— Same. 

— Thaddeus of Warsaw. 
Porter, Noah. Books and reading. 

Portfolio papers. Hamerton. 7( 

Portland, Me. — Public Library. Ca 

books. 1890. R 

Portraits of illustrious personag'js. Lo 



Portraits of places. James^ 



9 



(176, 



PORTUGAI.. 



PRE8COTT. 



Portatfal. Crawfu&d. Portugal, old and new. 

914.69 C85 
Postage Stamps. Amebican journal of philately. 

Y. 1-^. 188B-0a 383 Am3 

Potiphar papers. Curtis. 817 C94 

Potter, Alonzo, and Emerson, O. B. School and 

the schoolmaster. 371 P85 

Pottery and Porcelain. Bohn, ed. Guide to 

pottery and porcelain. 738 B63 

— Jaoquxmabt. History of the ceramic art. 

738 J 16 

— Jkwht. Ceramic art of Great Britain. 2 v. 

738 J55 

— MoLauqhun. China painting. 738 M22 

— pROfS. Pottery of all times. 738 P93 

— Solon. Art of the old English potter. 

R738 So4 
PoalscNiy y. A Botanical micnxshemistry. 

581 P86 
Ponssiay O. T. United States ; its power and 
progress. 973 P86 

PoaTilloB, Bmile. C^sette. 4 P86 

Powelly J. W. Lands of the arid regions of the 
United States. R631 P87 

Powell 9 W. H. Records of living officers, of the 
Unite:^. States army. 923.5 P87 

Power y S. D. {Shirley Dare.) Anna Maria's house- 
keeping. 640 P87 

— Art of good manners. 395 P87 
Power of movement in plants. Darwin. 

581 D25P 
Power, wisdom, and goodness of God. Chalmers. 

210 C35 
Poyntony E. F. Among the hills. 

— Ersilia. 

— Failure of Elisabeth. 

— Madame de PresneL 

— My Uttle lady. 



2 P874 
2 P874E 
2 P874F 
2 P874M 

{ P874My 



Practical application of the slide valve and link 
motion. Aachincloss. 621.1 Aa2 

Practical carpentry. Hodgson. 694 H66 

Practical chemistry. Howard. 542 H83 

Practical education. Everett. 370.4 Ev2 

Practical electrical measurement. Swinburne. 

537.8 Sw6 
Practical ekctricity. Ayrton. 537 Ay7 

Practical floriculture. Henderson. 716 H38 
Practical information for telephonists. Lock- 
wood. 537.8 L78P 
Practical life. Wright. 177 W93 
Practical manual of minerals, mines, and ndning. 
Osbom. 549 Osl 
Practical mioroBOopy. Davis. 578 D29 
Practical physics. Glazebrook and Shaw. 

530 G46 

Practical pigeon keeper. Wright. 636.6 W93 
Practical plane and solid geometry. Angel. 

513 An4P 

Practical plane geometry and projection. 2 v. 

Angel. 513 An4Pr 



Practical treatise on animal and vegetable fate and 
oils. Brannt. 665 B73 

Practical treatise on electric lighting. Gordon. 

537.8 G65 

Practical treatise on hydraulic and water supply 
engineering. Fanning. 628 F21 

Practical workshop companion for tin, sheet iron, 
and copper plate workers. Blinn. 671 B61 

Praedy Mrs, Campbell-. Affinities. 2 P88A 

— Head station. 2 P88H 

— Zero. 2 P88Z 
Prairie farming in America. Caird. 630 C12 
Prayer as a theory and a fact. Fannce. 

240 F27 
Preaching. Behrendb. Philosoi^y of preach- 
ing. 251 B39 

— Mahaftt. Decay 6f modem preaching. 

251 M27 

— Phelps. Men and books. 251 P51 

— Phelps. Theory of preaching. 251 P51T 
Preadandtes. WUchell. 573 W72 
Preble, G. H. Flag of the United States. 

929 P91 

DiETTULTAiT. Diamonds and 

553 D56 
Treatise on gems. 553 F43 
Raskin. 244 R89 

Preeccy W. H., and JHaiery Julius. Telephone. 

537.8 P91 

— and Sivewrighty James. Telegraphy. 

654 P91 
Pre-historic America. Nadaillac. 571 JII12 
Pre-historic Archnology. See ArchsBology. 
Prehistoric man. Wilson. 571 W69 

Pre-historic nations. Baldwin. 913 B19 

Pre-historic races of the United States. Foster. 

572 F81 
Pre-historic times. Labbock. 571 L96P 

Pre-historic world. Berthet. 571 B46 

Preliminary discourse on the study of natural 
philosophy. Herschel. 530 H44 

Preliminary survey and estimates. [Surveying.] 



Precious Stones. 

precious stones. 
— Feuchtwanoer. 
Precious thoughts. 



Gribble. 
Prentiss^ E. P. Aunt Jane's hero. 

— Avis Benson. 

— Fred, and Maria, and me. 

— Home at Oreylock. 

— Pemaquid. 

— Stepping heavenward. 

— Lite and letters. 



526 G87 

1 P91A 

1 P91Av 

1 P91F 

1 P91H 

1 P91P 

1 P91S 

928.13 P91 



Preparation and mounting of microscopic objects. 
Davies. 578.6 D28 

Preparing for indication. Grimshaw. 

621.1 G88P 
Pre-Raphaeiitismy and other errors. Raskin. 

824 R89P 

Presbyterian Church. Brioos. American Pres- 

byterianism. 285 B76 

— Miller. Headship of Christ. 285.2 M61 

Prescott, A. B. Organic analysis. 547 P92 



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arr) 



PRJBSCK>TT. 



PROTESTANT. 



PiescoUy O. B. Dyoamo-electiricity. 

537.8 P02D 

— Electric telephone. 537.8 P02E 

— Electricity and the electric telegraph. 2 v. 

537.8 P03£I 

— Bpeakiog telephone. 537.8 P92S 
PreflcoUy H. P. Strong drink and tobacco smoke; 

the structure, growth, and uses of malt, hopn, 
yeast, and tobacco. 581 P92 

Prescotty W. H. Biographical and critical miscel- 
lanies. 814 P02 

— Ckmquest of Mezioa 8 v. 972 P92 

— Conquest of Peru. 2y. 985 P92 

— History of the reign of Ferdinand and Isabella. 

8v. 946 P92 

— History of the reign of Philip the Second, King of 

Spain. 8v. 946 P93H 

— TiCKNOB. Life of William Hickling Pi^eoott 

928.18 P92 
Pressens^y Edmond de. Early years of Christian- 
ity; tr. by A. Harwood. 4 v. 270.1 P92 
PreMtoDyH. W. Isthatallf 1 P92I 

Preyer, Wilhehn. Mind of the child. 2 v. 

150 P92 
Price, Jfiw. Lcet battle. 2 P93L 

Price, E. D., ed. Haaell^s annual, 1891. 

R032 H33 

Price, H. C. How to make pictures. 770 P929 
Prime, W. C. Pottery of all times. 738 P93 
Primer of American literature. Richardson. 

810 R39P 
Primer of ethics. Comegys, ed. 170 C732 

Primeval world of Hebrew tradition. Hedge. 

222 H35 

Primitive culture. 2 v. Tylor. 901 T97 

Primitive folk; studies in comparative ethnology. 
Reclos. 572 R24 

Prince and the pauper. Clemens. J817 C592P 
Prince Lucifer. Austin. 822 Aa7P 

Prince of Wales in India. Gay. 915.4 625 
Princeton, N. J. — Theological Seminary. Cata- 
k)gue of the library. R017 P93 

Principles of machine construction. 2 v. Tom- 
kins. 621 T59P 
Principles of procedure in deliberative bodies. 
Crocker. 328 C87 
Principles of ventilatian and heating. Billings. 

697 B49 
Principles of aoology. Agassiz. 590 AglP 
Pringle, Andrew. Lantem-elidee. 770 P93L 
~ Optical lantern. 770 Pl^O 

— Practical photo-micrography. 770 P93P 
Printing. Bouchot. Book; its printers, illustra- 
tors, and binders. ROlO B66 

— Db Vinnx. Invention of printing. 655 D49 

— Drew. Pens and types. 655 D82 

— Jacobl PrintenP handbook. 655 J15 

— Jacx>bl Printers* vocabulary. 655 J15P 
Prior, Matthew. Poetical works. 821 P93 
Prisoners of war and military prisons. Isham, 

and uthen. 973.7 l83 



Problem of human lifo. Hall. I 

Problem of tho poor. Campbell. 
Problems of life and mind. 5 v. Ijevr< 

Processes of pure photogn^y. Bo 

Pringle. 
Proctor, A. A. Poems. 
Proctor, B. W. {Barry ComuxiU.) 

Lamb. 928.1 

Proctor, Francis. History of the Book < 

Prayer. 
Proctor, R. A. Easy star lessous. 523 

— Elezientary astronomy. 5! 

— Essays on astronomy. 

— Expanso of heaven. 5' 

— Half-hours with tho stars. 11523 

— Half -hours with tho telescope. 5' 

— Light Bcicnoe for leisure hours. 

— Moon; her motions, aspect, scenery, ai 

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— New star atlas. 523 

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— Rough ways made smooth. 5< 

— Science byways. £ 

— Sun- views of the earth. 

— Transits of Venus; a popular account 

coming transits from ICKiO to 2012. 5! 

— and others. Nature studies. 5 
Professional criminals of America. B 

R9; 

Professor at the breakfast table. IIoli 

81 
Profit sharing between employer and 

Gilman. 
Progress and poverty. George. 
Promns of f ormularities and elegandes. 

8! 
Pronunciation. Msad. Our mother i 

— OsMUN. Orthoepist 

— Phtfx. Seven thousand words oft 

nounced. 
See aUo English Language ; — Lc 
Proof Reading. &« Printing. 
Properlins, S. A. Daviss. Catulluf 

and Propertius. 
Property and progress. Mallock. 
Prophet ; a tragedy. Taylor, 
Prose and verse ; humorous, satirical, 

mentaL Moore. 
Prose masterpieces from modem esse 

Putnam, ed. 
Prose quotations from SocrateH to 

Allibone, camp, R80I 

Prose writers of America. Griswold, 

R8 
Protagoras; [Oreek text]; ed. by E. 

PlF.tO. 

Protestant Episcopal Church. See 
Church. 



a?^ 



PROUT, 



QUUfCY. 



Prool, Father^ pseud. See M ahony , S. 8. 
Proverbs* Long. Eastern proverbs and emblems. 

398.9 L95 

— Bay. Hand-book of proverbs. 398 R21 

— Tbxnoh. Proverbs and their lessons. 

398.9 T72 
Providence AthensBimif Providence^ R. I. First 

sapptomentary catalogue. R019 P94 

Provincial letters. Pascal. 282 P26 

Pryde, David. Highways of literature. 028 P95 
Pseadonyms. See Anonyms a?M2 Pseudonyms. 
Psychology. Abkbcbokbir. Inquiries concermng 

the intellectual powers. 151 Ab3 

— AiiUEN. ColouTflonse. 150 A15 

— Bain. Emotions and the wilL 157 B16 

— Bain. Mental science. 150 B16 

— Bain. Senses and intellect 150 B16S 

— BsRNBTEiN. Five senses of man. 152 B45 

— BuTLJEB. Unconscious memory. 154 B97 

— Ck)UBiN. Elements of psychology. 150 C83 

— Hazard. Freedom of the mind in willing. 

159 U33 

— HiOKOK. Empirical psychology. 150 II52 

— Lxwss. Problems of life and mind. 5 v. 

150 L58 

— MoCk)BH. Emotions. 157 M13 

— Mahan. System of intellectual philosophy. 

151 M28 

— Pbktxb. Mind of the child. 2 v. 150 P92 

— RmoT. Diseasos of memory. 154 R35 

— Taink. On intelligence. 2 v. 151 T13 

See cdao Philosophy. 

Pnblic and parlor readings ; hmnoitms. Monroe, 
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Public and parlor readings; miscellaneous. Mon- 
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Pnblic libraries of the United States. United 
States — Educatiany Bureau of, 

R027 Un3 
Public Schools. See Education. 
PubUshers' trade list annual, 1876, *81. 

R015.73 POtf 

Puck on Pegasus. Pennell. 827 P38 

Pulling, F.S. Sir Joshua Reynolds. 927 R33 
Pump catechism. Grimshaw. 621 G88 

Pnmpeliyy Raphael. Across America and Asia. 

915 P96 
Puniana. Rowley. 827 R79P 

Pure mathematics. Alldns. 2 v. 510 At5 

Puritans. Hopkhts. Puritans and Queen Eliza- 
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— Nbal. History of the Puritans. 2 v. 

285.9 N25 
Puritan's guest Holland. 811 H71P 

Pursuit of knowledge under difficulties. Craik. 

374 C84 
Pursulvanl of arms. Planch^. 929 P69 

Putnam, Eleanor, paeud. See Bates, H. L. 
Putnam, G-. H., ed. Prose masterpieces from 

modem esBayists. 8 v. 824 P98 

Putnam's international atlas. Collier aiid 

Schmitz. R912 C69 

Putnam's library atla& R912 P9S 

Pyle, Howard. Merry adventures of Robin Hood. 

Jl P99M 

— Otto of the sUver hand. Jl P990 

— Rose of Paradise. 1 P99R 

— ed. Buccaneers and marooners of America. 

J910.4 P99 

Pyrrhus, King of Epirua. Abbott. History of 

Pyniius. J923.1 P99A 



Q 



Cliiackenbos, J. D. Illustrated hJstory of ancient Quarter century in photography. Wilson. 



literature, oriental and claasical. 809 Q2 

Qnakers. HaixiOWsll. Pioneer Quakers. 

289.6 H15 

Qualitative Analysis. See Chemistry. Analysis. 

Qualitative blow-pipe analysis ; ed. by H. B. 

Nason. filderhorst. 544 E12 

Qualitative blow-pipe analysis ;ed. by H. B. 

Nason and C. F. Chandler. Elderhorst. 

544 Ei2B 
Qualitative chwrnical analysis and laboratory 
practice. Thorpe. 544 T39 

Qualtrouffliy E. F. Sailor's handy book and yachts- 
man^i manual. 656 Q2 

Quantitative Analysis. /See Chemistry. Anaiysis. 
Quantitative chemical analysis. Fresenius. 

545 F88 
Quantitative chemical analysis. Thorpe. 

545 T39 



770 W69Q 
QuatrefagesdeBr^auy J. L. A.de. Human species. 

573 Q2 

— Natural history of man. 573 Q2IC 
Quatremdre de Quincy, A. C. Histoiy of the 

life and works of Raffaella in 927 B88D 
Queen Mary. Tennyson. 822 T25Q 

Queen-mother and Rosamond. Swinburne. 

822 Sw6Q 
Queen of the air. Ruskin. 824 R89Q 

— Same. in 824 R89Cr 
Queer pets at Marcy's. Miller. J590 JII61Q 
Questions and answers for engineera. Roper. 

621.1 R68Q 
Questions of the day. Elder. 330 E12 

Quilter, Harry. Giotto. 927 €^43 

Quincy, Edmund. Haunted adjutant. 1 Q4H 

— Wensley. 1 Q4W 



aw) 



QUINCY, 



RAMBLES. 



Qnincy, Joslah. Figures of the pant .020 Q4 
Qaincy^ Mass. — Public Library. Catalogue. 

R019 Q4 

— Catalogue supplement, no. 1-8. ROlO Q4C 
Qnintilian. Institutes of oratory; tr. by J. S. 

WatBon. 2 v, 875.6 W33 

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— Balix>u. Treasury of thought R808 B21 

— BsNT, oomp. Short sayings of great men. 

R808 B43 

— BoHN, comp. Dictionary of quotations from the 

English poets. 821 B63D 

— Gbocott, comp. Familiar quotations. 

R808.8 G89 



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— HoTT and Ward, comp. Cydopeedia of practical 

quotations. R808 H85 

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and ItaUan authors. R808.8 R14 

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and Spanish authors. R808.8 R14F 

— Ramage, ed. Familiar quotations from Greek 

authors. R880.8 R14 

— Ramage, ed. Familiar quotations from Latin 

authors. R870.8 R14 

— Riley, ed. Dictionary of Latin and Greek quo- 

tations, proverbs, maxims, and mottos. 

R870.8 R45 
Qaotattons in the New Testament. Toy. 

220 TG6 



Rabelais, Francois. Three good giants. J4 RUT 
Races of Men. Bbown. Races of mankind. 4 v. 

572 B81 

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572 r73 

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572 r81 

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earth. 572 N84 

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RadclifleyA. (W.) Mysteries of Udolpho. 2 Rll 

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Ragnarok. Donnelly. 551 D71 

RagiMdnyZ. A. Story of Aayria. 935 R12 

^ Story of Chaldoa. 935 R12C 



Ragozin, Z. A.—^xmtinued, 

— Story of Media, Babylon, and Persia. 

935 R12M 
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656 II18 

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way. 656 K42 

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^ Poor. Manual of €he railroads of the United 

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States. 385 R47 

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eering students. 625 V92 

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Raleigh, Sir Walter. Cbeighton. Life of Sir 

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J923.5 R13T 

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authors. R808.8 R14F 

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R880.8 R14 

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R870.8 R14 
Rambles among the hills. Jennings. 

914.2 J44 



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014.05 M27 
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014.2 M41 

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— Moths. 2 R14JII 

— Othmar. 2 R140 

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— Princess Naprazine. 2 R14Pr 

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— Bandog Gardon. 2 R14R 

— RufSno. 2 R14Rn 

— Strathmore. 2 R14S 

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— Village ooounune. 2 R14y 

— Wanda. 2 R14W 
Rameses the Great. Tagnot de Lanoye. 

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Ramsay^ K B. Reminiscences of Scottish life and 
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010.11 P41 
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— Fifi^iting the sea. Jl R15P 

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Look ahead series. 8 v. viz.- 

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— a Up North in a whaler. Jl R15L2 

— & Too late for the tide^nilL Jl R15L3 
' Sailor bqy Bob. Jl Rl58a 

Scliool aiid camp series. ▼. 1, S. viz.— 

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'0iHlie4Bdder dub series, v. 4. viz.— 

.^ 4. GanqiatSmf Bluff. Jl R15U4 

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Raai, B. a, «/r. Window gardener. 716 R15 



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Randolph y John. Adams. John Randolph. 

023.2 R16A 

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023.2 R16G 
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Ranke, F. L. von. Universal history. 000 R16 
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Raphally M. J. Poet-Biblical history of the Jews. 

2v. 033 R18 

Raspe, R. E. Adventures of Baron Munchausen. 

3 R18 
Rathbone, H. M. Diary of Lady Willoughby. 

2 R18 
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Rawlinson, G^eorge. Five gn^^eat monarchies of the 
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220.02 IslR 

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— Story of Phoenicia. 930 RIO 
Rawlinsouy W. G. Tumerli liber studlorum. 

758 RIO 
Ray, John. Hand-book of proverbs. 308 R21 
Raymondy Gnoo. How they kept the faith. 

1 R21 
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2 R22C1 

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— SingleheartandDoubleface. 2 R22S1 

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-Woman-hater. 2 R22Wo 

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Reader's guide in ocnnamic, social, and political 
science. Bowker ami lies. R016.3 BG7 
Reader's handbook of allusions, plots, and stories. 
Brewer. R803 B75 

Reader's handbook of the American Revolution. 
Winsor. 073.3 W73 

Reading. See Books and Reading. 
Readings. See Literatnre. Collections. 
Readings from "Rngiiah history. Green. 

042 G83R 
Realities of Irish life. Trench. 914.15 T72 
Reality of religion. Van Dyke. 240 ¥28 

Rear-gnard of the Revolution. Gilmore. 

970.8 G42R 
Rebel war clerk's diary. 2 v. Jones. 073.7 J72 
Rebellion. See United Stales. History. {CivU 

War.) 
Rebellion record. Moore, ed. R073.7 JII78R 
Reber, Franz van. History of ancient art. 

700 R24 
Recent economic changes. Wells. 330 W46 
RecitatioBS. See Literature. Collections. 
ReclaS) J. J. E. History of a mountain. 

551 R24H 
— Primitive folk ; studies in comparative ethnology. 

572 R24 
RecollectionB of a drummer-boy. Kieflfer. 

073.7 K54 
Recollections of Arthur Penrhyn Stanley. Brad- 
ley. 022 St2 
P.ecollections of Misstssippi and MisKiflrippians. 
Davis. 023.2 D20 
RecoUectioiiB of past life. Holland. 026 H71 
Recollections of President Lincoln and his ad- 
ministratian. Chittenden. 923.1 L03C 
Recollections of writers. Clarke. 821 C55 
Records of a girlhood. Kemble. 027 K31 
Records of later life. Kemble. 027 K31R 
Records ct living officers of the United States army. 
Powell. 023.5 P87 
Recreations of Christopher North. Wilson. 

824 WOO 

Red Eagle. Eggleston. 070.1 £g32R 

Red Jacket. Stonk. Life and times of Sargo-ye- 
watr^ia, or Red Jacket. 070. 1 R24 

Red-letter days abroad. Stoddard. 014 St02 
Red mountain of Alaska. Allen. J017.08 A15 
Rede me and be not wrothe. Roy and Barlowe. 

828 R81 
Redeeming the republic. Coffin. J073.7 C05R 
Redfordy Gtoorge. Sculpture; Egyjutian, AsEfyrian, 
Greek, Reman. 732 R24 

Reed, Andrew. Pitman. George MtUler and An- 
drew Reed. 022 MOIP 
Reed, E. A. Hindu literature; or, The sacred 
books of the East 801.43 R25 
Reed, F. A. Boy-LollanL Jl R25B 
Reed, W. W. Reed^ head light for locomotive en- 
gineers and machinists. 621.1 R25 
Reemelin, Charles. Critical review of American 
poUtics. 320 R25 



Rees, Abraham. Cyclopesdia ; or, UnivanBal dic- 
tionary of arts, sciences, and literature. SO v. 
and plates 6 v. R032 CiMI 

Rees, J. R. Diversions of a book-worm. 010 R35 

— Horace Vemet. 027 V50 
Reeve, C. M. How we went and what we saw. 

010.8 R2ft 

Reeve, L. M. (B.) {Aeheta Domestica.) Episodes 

of insect life; ed. by J. G. Wood. 505.7 R25 
Reeves, H. 6. (M.) As he comes up the stair, and 

other stories. 2 R25A 

— Blind justice. 2 R25B 

— Eyre's acquittal 2 R25E 

— Found out. 2 R25F 

— Hedri. 2 R25H 

— Land o' the leaL 2 R25L 

— Murder or manslaughter ? 2 R25JII 

— My lady Green Sleeves. 2 R25My 

— Sam*8 sweetheart. 2 R25S 
Reeves, John. Ilistory of the Bngliah law from the 

time of the Romans' to the end of the reign of 

Elizabeth. 8 v. 347.00 R25 

Reformation. See Ecclesiastical History- 
Regimental losses in the American Civil War. 

Pox. R073.7 F83 

Register. Howells. 812 H83R 

Rehearsal. Buckingham, Duke of. 822 BS5 
Reichenbach, MoritE von, pseud. iS^ Bethosir- 

Hnc, Valeska Countess. 

Reid, Christian, pseud. See Fisher, F. C. 

Reid, Mayne. Afloat in the forest. J2 R27 

— Boy hunters. J2 R27B 
~ Boy slaves. J2 R27Bb 

— Boy tar;or, A voyageinthedalrk. J2 R27Bo 

— Bndn. J2 R27Br 

— Bush-boysL J2 R27Bn 

— Child wife. . 2 R27C 

— Cliff-climber. J2 R27C1 

— Death-shot 2 R27D 

— Desert home, J2 R271> 

— Flagof distresB. J2 R27F 

— Forest exiles. J2 R27Fo 

— Freelances. 2 R27F 

— Giraff e-huntersL J2 R27G 

— Gwen Wynn. 2 R27Gw 

— Hunter^ feast. J2 R27H« 

— Man-eaters and other odd people^ 573 R27 

— No quarter. 2 R271f 

— Ocean waifs. J2 R270 

— Osceola, the Seminole. J2 R370e 

— Plant hunters. J2 R27P 

— Ran away to sea. J2 R27R 

— Rifle-rangers. J2 R27RI 

— Scalp huntersL J2 R278 

— Tiger-hunter. J2 R27T 

— War-traiL J2 R27W 

— White chief. J2 R27Wc 

— WiM huntresB. J2 R27Wi 

— WiWlifa J2 R37W1 

— Wood-rangers. J2 R27Wo 

— Young voyageiuu J2 R37T 



(m 



REID. 



REPORT. 



Reidy May no continued, 

— Toung yagers. J 2 R2TYo 

— and others, Stc^ee about fuiinutlB. 501 .5 R27 
Reign of law. Argyll. 215 Ar3 
Rein 9 WilUam. Life of Martin Luther. 

922 L07R 
RelMdeer, dogs, and snow shoes. Bash. 

015.7 B06 
Rejected addresses. Smith. 821 8m5 

Religion. Oeneral Works, 

— Abbott. Dictionary of religious knowledge. 

R203 Ab2 

— Abnou). St. Paul and Protestantism. 204 Ar6 

— BoouL Symbolical methods of study. 204 B64 

— BuTUEB. Analogy of religion. 210 B07 

— Clarke. Common sense in religion. 204 C55 

— Cook. Current religious perils. 204 C77 

— FosTEB. Essay on the improvement of time, 

with Notes on sermons. 204 F8 1 

— Mux. Three essays on religion. 204 JII50 

— Pascal. Thoughts. 204 P26 

— Phelps. My portfolio. 204 P51 

— Phelps. My study, 204 P51M 

— Sunday at home. 18 v. R205 Sn7 

— WiLLLAJCS. Eras and characters of history. 

204 ^67 

Practiced, 

— CuTLipB. Pointed papers for the Christian life. 

240 COO 

— Dodge. Washington Bible-class. 244 D66 

— Faun cs. Prayer as a theory and a fact. 

240 F27 

— Fbothinohaic. Child^s book of religion. 

J244 F03 

— Gladden. Applied Christianity. 204 G45 

— Buskin. Precious thoughts. 244 R80 

— Tatlob. Holy living and dying. 240 T21 

— Thoicas a. Eempis. Imitation of Christ. 

240 T30 

— VanDtke. Beauty of religion. 240 V28 
ReUgioB and Science. Abgyll. Reign of law. 

215 Ar3 

— Cooke. Religion and chemistry. 215 C77 

— Dbafeb. Cooflict between religion and science. 

215 D70 

— Ejnnb. Harmony of the Bible with science. 

215 K62 

— MiLUOL Footprints of the Creator. 215 JI161 

— MiLUQL Testimony of the rocks. 215 JI161T 

— MiVABT. Lessons from nature in mind and mat- 

ter. 215 MOO 
~ PxiBOB. Ideality in the physical sciences. 

215 P35 

— Sbibs. GkMpel in the stars. 215 Se4 

— Shields. Final philosophy. 215 She 

— Wbioht. Life, its true genesis. 215 1¥03 

— YoBKE. Evohition and Christianity. 215 Y8 

See also Natural Theology. 
Religion of the present and of the future. Wool- 
sey. 252 W88 



Religions. Clabke. Ten great religions. 

290 C55 

— Edbbsheim. Rites and worship of the Jews. 

296 Ed22 

— Edkinb. Chinese Buddhism. 294 £d4 

— Hardy. Manual of Budhism. 294 H22 

— Johnson. Oriental religions ; China ; India ; Pei^ 

sia. 8v. 290 J03 

— Koran; tr. by Sale. 207 K84S 

— Lane, eomp. Selections from the Kur-dn. 

297 1.24 

— MuLLEB. Chips from a Gtorman workshop. 5 v. 

290 M91 

— MuLLER. Lectures on the origin and growth of 

religion. 294 M91 

— Rawlinson. Religions of the ancient world. 

290 R19 

— Sayce. Lectures on the origin and g^wth of 

religion. 299 Sa9 

— Stanley. Lectures on the histxny of the Jewish 

church. St. 296 St2 

— Wilkinson. Modem Hinduism. 294 W65 
Religions Art. See Fine Arts. 

Religions aspects of evolution. McCosh. 

575 M13 
Religions History. See Ecclesiastical History. 
Religions Miscellany. Deutsch. Literary re- 
mains. 892.4 D48 

— Field. Stones of the temple. 247 F45 

— Haven. Good report. 248 H29T 
Reliqncs of Father Prout. Mahony. 827 JI127 
Remarkable trials. Benson. 343.1 B44 

Rembrandt van Ryn, Paul. Mollett. Rem- 
brandt. 927 R28 

Reminiscences. Carlyle. 928.24 C19Fr 

Reminiscences and anecdotes of Daniel Webster. 
Hanrey. 923.2 W39H 

Reminiscences chiefly of Oriel CoUege and the 
Oxford movement. 2 v. Mozley. 922 M87 

Reminiscences of a journalist. Congdon. 

920.5 €70 

Reminiscences of court and diplomatic life. 

Bloomfield. 2 v. 914.2 B62 

Reminiscences of Saratoga. Stone. 917.47 St7 
Reminiscences of Scottish life and character. 

Ramsay. 914.1 R14 

R^mnsaty C. £. J., Countess de. Memoirs. 

920.7 R28 
Renaissance in Italy. Symonds. 709 Sy6 

Ren^ of France. Weitzel. Ren6e of France. 

920.7 R29 
RenniCy James. Insect architecture. 595.7 R29 
Reno, J. K. Exceptional case. 1 R29E 

Representative English prose and prose writers. 
Hunt. 820 H91 

Representative men. Emerson. 814 Em3R 
Representative sonnets by American poets. 

Crandall, ed. 81 1 €85 

Report on the filtration of river waters. Kirk- 
wood. 628 K03 



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REPTILES. 



Reptiles. Piomnt. R«pUlee and hlnU. 

598,2 F4S 
Republic of Casta Rica. Cairo. 917.XH CIS 
Republic of God. Mnlford. 231 JHBft 

R«pabUciui court. Grlnrold. 973.4 G«» 

ReMoe of Greelj'. Schier and Soley. 

910.8 SchS 

Reaearches into tbe early historj of mankind. 

Tvlor. 871 T97 

Resonroeiof QOlfomia. Hitlell. 917,94 HAS 

RcBonrees of the Faciflc dope. Browne, 

S22 BBl 
Responsibility in mental diieaae. JHaafUley. 

132 II44R 
Ret rasped ions of America. Bernard. 

0IT.3 B49 
Renter, FritE. Seed time and harvatt. 3 RSI 
RevelalioD. Ewald. - 230 £wl 

Revenue. See Taxaliou. 

RevtricsoF a bachelor Mitchell. 818 BfOttR 
RevoltufthisXetherlBiids. SchiileT.B49.2 8cb3 
Revolalionary tiuios. Abbott. 973.3 Ab3 
Reynolds, Sir Joahna. Literacy wtH'ks. 2 t. 

7fiO R33 

— PtlLXJHi). Sir Joshua RoTnolda 927 R33 
Rhetoric. Bujk. Rhetoric and beUee-lettraa 

808 B5T 

— DAT. Art of EngUdi composition. SOS D33A 

— Babia En^liNh pruae. 808 Bb7 

— HiCHOi. Eneliahtompoaition. 808 K61 

— Fabbohb. Engli^-verailUatiou. 808 P24 
RbiMe; a tour from Paris to Hayence. Bnfo. 

014 H87 
Rhine troat RotterdaiD to Cmistance. Bftdeker. 

UM.3 Blllt 
RkrB» Jtdm. Studies In tbe Arttiuriaa ligi^ail. 

30^.% R3M 
Bibol,Th^adtile. Uiseaswof iiicniory 1.1) R3S 
Ricbard I., King of KimUuiil. Abbott. Histoiy 
of King Richard L of Englan'l. 

J923.I R381A 

— jAion. History of Richard CoraiMle-Lion. 2v, 

033.1 R38IJ 
Richard II., King of England. Abbott. History 
of King Richard II. of Enghuid. 

J023.I R382A 
^icharAia., King of England. Abbott. Hiirlory 
of King Richard III. of England. 

J933.1 R833A 

Richards, C. H. B. Cousin AUoe; a memoir of 

Alice B.HaTen. 028.13 U20 

SlchardH, E. U. Pood materials and their adul- 

teratioDB. 064 R39 

Richards, J. W. Alomlnlnm; its hlitofj and i^ 

plioatiiRiH. 609 R39 

Richards, L. B,, nf. Four teat, two feet, and no 

feet. 090 R30 

Blchardson, A. D. BcTond tbe HiBlBin)i 

917.3 R30 

— Secret nrvice; Deld, dungeon, and escape. 

973.7 R30 



RIchaidsoB, A. B. Familiar talk* on Ttn gBJi 
literature. 820 R37 

— Stories frmn old Englirii poeby. Jl R39B 

— td. Abeiard and EbOolse. 923 AMS 
RichardMii, B. W. Ten lectorce ca alcohol 

613 R39 
RlchaTdson, C. F. Primer of American litera- 
ture. 810 B3BP 
RlFhaTdMn,H. W. NatJoual banks. 333 R39 
(tichardson, James. {Adam Stviin.) Eyea right. 
Jl R393E 
RichaFd-iOD, Jsmee, ed. Wonders of the YeHoir- 
Btone. 917.87 R39 
Riciiaidsaa, Robert. Story of tbe Klger. 

916.8 R39 

KIchiirdKon. Samuel. Clarina. 4 t. 3 R39C 

Rlchter, J. P. P. (Jean FavL) Floirer, fruit, and 

thorn pieces. 3 R41F 

_ Leonardo da Vijici. 937 VT4 

— Titan. 3v. 3 R41T 
RiddellfC. B. L. C. Earl's promiae. 3 R431E 



— Far nbove rubits 

— GiwrjiO Gcith of Fen Court, 

— Mai well Drewitt. 

— Mortooiley'a etrtote. 

— tYiucisa Bimsliini'. 

— Race tor wealth. 
Riddle, A. O. AUoe Brud. 
Ride in Egypt Loftie. 
Ride to Ehlva. Bnniaby. 
Rideing, W. H. Boya coastwise. 

— Bi^H In tbe m 



R431F 

R431G 

2 R431Ma 

2 R431M 

3 R43tP 
2 R43IR 

1 R43 

JOie.2 1.83 

91S.8 B03 

Jl R43B 

J017.3 R43 

1 R433A 

Ridley, Jamea. Tales o( the genlL tt92.7 R43 

Rldpath, J. C. Cyclopeadia of uuiv-itrsal liiHtory. 

3y. 000 R43 

~ Popular history of the United States of America. 

073 R43P 

Riedeael, F. A. Boron von. Ezumra. UsnoiiB, 

letters, and Journals of Major Qeneral Riedeael; 

tr. by W. L. Stone. 8 t. 9-i3,5 Jt 14 

Rtedesel, F. C. L., Baronen von. Lutters reUting 

to the American ReTolntion ; tr. by W. I^. 

Btooe. 973.3 R44 

Riis, J. A. How the other half Urea. 

831.8 R44 

Riley, H. T., ed. Uictionary ot lAtin and Greek 

quotatlans. R8T0.8 R48 

Ring-riding. Stmss. 798 St8 

Ringwalt, J. L. Develapmcnt of transinrtatioii 

systems In the UuitodSlatffi. R3SS R47 

Rijilcy, GenrgB, aiui Dnnn, C. A.,e<i American 

cyclopcedla. Ift v. and index. R031 Aiii20 

— and Taylor, Bayard, «d. Cydopndia of Utern- 
ture. R803 K4S 

— Fhothinobam. George Ripley. 938.18 R4S 
Ripley, U.H. World's wonhip in stme. 

R738 R48 
Rise and t*ll of the Irish nation. BArringlon. 

941.5 B37 



RISE. 



ROGERS. 



Riiie and fall of the mustache. Bnrdette. 

817 B80 

Rise and fall of the fdave power in America. 8 t. 

Wilson. 336.97 W60 

Rise of great families. Burke. 990 BOl 

Rise of the HugueDots of France. Baird. 2 v. 

284.5 B16 

Rise of the Macedonian Rmpire. Cnrteis. 

938 C942 

Rise <rf the lepablic of the United States. Froth- 
ingham. 320.07 F93 

Ritchie, A. I. (T.) BluebeanrH keys, and other 
storieB. 2 R51B 

>- Da capo. 2 R51D 

— Five old friends. 2 R51F 

— From an island. 2 R51Fr 
~ Folfaam Lawn, and other tales. 2 R51Fn 

— Madame deS^yignc^. 928.46 Se8R 

— MiflsAngeL 2 R51M 

— Oki Kensington, 2 R510 

— Out of the world, and other stories. 2 R510a 

— Story of Elizabeth. 2 R51S 

— Village on the clift. 2 R51T 
Rites and warship of the Jews. Edersheim. 

296 Ed22 
Ritter, F. L. Mnsio in America. 780.9 R51Ma 

— Murio hi England. 780.9 R51Me 
RiTesy Am^Ue. See Clianler, A. (R.) 

R<»a€ky S. N. Theon; a tale of the American CiYil 

War. 811 R53 

Roads. Hauft. Move for better roads. 625 R34 

— Low. PfeivementB and roads. 625 L94 
Rob Boy on the Baltic. Macgregor. 914.8 M17 
RobadiBoma. Story. 2 v. 914.5 8t7 
Robbias^aS. Huklah Brent's wilL 1 R53H 
Roberts, Alexander. Companion to the revised 

verskm of the New Testament. • 225 R54 

Roberts, Edwards. Santa Barbara, and around 

ttiere. 917.94 R54 

— Shoslione and other Western wonders. 

917.8 R54 
Roberta, K H. €kivemment revenue. 336 R54 

— NewYoriu 2t. 974.7 R54 
Roberta, Margaret Denise. 2 R54D 

— Franoe. 914.4 R54 

— In the okien time. 2 R54I 

— Madame Fontenoy. 2 R54JIIa 

— Mademoiselle Mori. 2 R54M 

— On th^ edge of the stonn. 2 R540 
Robertson, F. W. Life, letters, lectures, and 

addresses. 922 R54 

Roiiertaon, M. M. Christie Bedfem's troubles. 

J2 R54C 
Robertson, WilUam. History of the reign of the 

Emperor Charles the Fifth. 8 v. 943 R54 
RoiilBa, O. M. Tree of knowledge. 2 R55T 

Robinscm, Edward. Harmony of the four Gos- 

pds. 226.1 R56 

Robiaaom^ F. M. Woman of the world. 

2 R561W 



Robinson, F. W. Keeper of the keys. 2 R66K 

— No church. 2 R56If o 

— Our erring brother. 2 R560 
—-Owen;— a waif. 2 R560w 

— Very strange family. 2 R56 V 
Robinson, H. F. Letters on landscape photo- 
graphy. 770 R56L 

— Pictorial effect in photography. 770 R56P 

— Picture making by photography. 770 R56Pi 
Robinson, John. Ferns in their homes and ours. 

587 R56 

Robinson, PhiUp. Under the sun. 590 R56 

Robinson, William. Parks and gardens of Pftris. 

711 R56 

Robinson, W. H. ** Warrington*^ pen-pcrtraits. 

920.5 R56 

Rocks. RunjET. Btudy of rocks. 552 R93 

See also Geology. 
Rockwell. Reese. Goklen inheritance. 1 R59G 
Rocky Mountains. See United States. 7Va««2s, 

Ihscnptiona, etc, 
Rodenbongh, T. F., camp. Bravest five hundred 

of '61. 973.7 R61 

Rodnrell, G. F., ed. Dictionary of science. 

R503 R61 

Roe, A. S. How could ho help it. 1 R62H 

— James Mont joy. 1 R62J 

— Long look ahead. 1 R62T^ 

— Star and the cloud. 1 R62S 

— To love and to be loved. 1 R62T 

— True to the lairt 1 R62Tr 
Roe, E. P. Barriers burned away. 1 R622B 

— Day of fate. 1 R622D 

— Driven back to Eden. 1 R622Dr 

— Earth trembled. 1 R622R 

— Face illumined. 1 R622F 

— From jest to earnest 1 R622Fr 
~ He f eU in love with his wife. 1 R622H 

— His sombre rivals. 1 R622Hi 

— Home acre. 630 R62 

— Knight of the nineteenth century. 1 R622K 

— Mia Lou. 1 R622JI1 

— Nature's serial story. 1 R622If 

— Near to Nature's heart. 1 R622Ne 

— Opening a chestnut burr. 1 R6220 

— Original belle. 1 R6220r 

— Succds with smaU fruits. 634 R62 

— Taken alive. 1 R622T 

— What can she do? 1 R622W 

— Without a home. 1 R622 W i 

— Young girl's wooing. 1 R622Y 
Roe, M. A. Left in the wilderness. Jl R62L 
Roger of Haveden. Amuds of the history of Eng- 
land. 2v. 942 R63 

Roger of Wendover. Flowers of history. 2 v. 

942 R63W 
Rogers, J. E. T. Economic intenjretation of his- 
tory. 330 R63 

— Social economy. 302 R63 

— Story of Holland. 949.2 R63 



(ISBi 



ROGET. 



ROPER. 



RofSety y. M. Animal and vogefablo phyBtology. 

2v. 590 RG3 

Rohlfsy A. IC (G.) P'oraaken inn. 1 R03F 

— Strange disappearance. 1 R638 
Roland, M. J. P. Abbott. History of Mme. 

Roland. J920.7 R64A 

^BiiNiy, Marlame Roland. 920.7 R64B 

Rolfe, W. J., ed. Fairy tales in prose and verse. 

308 R64 

— Tales from Knglish history in prose and verse. 

942 R64 

— Shakspkare. Works. 87 v. 

Von. For contents ko author entry. 
Rollins, A. W. Story of a ranch. Jl RG58 

RoUinsyKC. Old-time child life. Jl R6520 
Romany Alfred. Military operations of C^eral 
Beanregard. 2 v. 973.7 R66 

Roman anUquitieB. Wilkins. 913.37 W65 
Roman Catholic Chnrcli. Bbownson. Conver- 
sations on liberalism and the church. 282 B82 

— Bbownson. Convert; or, I.<eave8 from my ex- 

perience. 282 B82C 

— BaowNSON. Essays and reviews. 282 B82E 

— Huntington. Gropings after truth. 282 H92 

— Murphy. Chair of Peter. 282 JII95 

— Oakeuby. Catholic worship. 282 Oa4C 

— Oakklet. Order of the sacrifice of the mass. 

282 Oa40 

— O^Brien. History of the mass. 282 Ob6 

— O^Mallon. Christian doctrine; or, Catholic 

faith and morals. 282 Oml 

— Pascal. Provincial letters. 282 P26 

— TaoiXOFK. Paul the pope and Paul the friar. 

045 T74 

— Wiseman. Lectures ou the principal doctrines 

and practices of the Catholic Church. 2 v. 

282 W76 
Roman Empire of the seoond century. Capes. 

937 C17 
Roman life in the days of Cicero. Clinrch. 

928.75 C48F 
Roman triumvirates. Merivale. 937 M54R 
Romance and revery. Faweett. 811 F28 

Romance of American history. Barnard. 

973.2 B228 
Romance of animallife. Wood. 591 W85R 
Romance of Spanidi history. Abbott. 

940 Ab23 
Romance of the English stage. Fitzgerald. 

792 F57 
Romance of the forum. Burke. 340.0 B02 
Romance of the harem. Iieonowens. 

015.9 1^5R 
Romance of the RevolntioD; ecL by O. B. Bnnce. 

073.3 R66 
Romances and extravaganms. De Qninoey. 

824 D44R 
RomancH, G. J. Animal intelligeiice. 

501.5 ROO 

— JeUy-flsh, star-fish, and seorurchins. 503 R66 
Romantic Spain. 2 v. Ombea. 014.6 Oii4 



Rome. Arnold. History of Rome. 037 Aj6 

— Bebslt. Gracchi, Marius, and Sulla. 037 B30 

— Capes. Roman Empire of the seocnd oentory. 

037 C17 

— Cafes. Roman history. 037 C17R 

— Creiohton. History of Rome. 037 C86 

— I>ODOS. Hannibal. 037 D66 

— DuRUY. History of Rome. Ov. R037 D03 

— Dyer. Pompeii ; its history, buikUngs, etc . 

013.37 D98 

— Eaton. Rome in the nineteenth century. 2 v. 

013.37 £a8 

— Falke. Greece and Rome; their life and art. 

R013.3 F18 

— Gibbon. History of the decline and fall of the 

Roman Empire. 5 v. 037 G35 

— Oilman. Story of Rome. 037 G42 

— GuHL and Koner. Life of the Greeks and Bo- 

mans. 013.3 G03 

— Hare. Days near Rome. 014.5 H22 

— Hare. Walks in Rome. 014.5 H22W 

— Ihne. Early Rome. 037 Ib5 

— Inge. Society in Rome under the CiBBarB. 

037 In42 

— Laino. ChikL*s history of Rome. J037 1^14 

— Lanciani. Ancient Rome in light of recent dis- 

coveries. 013.37 I«22 

— Mertvale. General history of Rome. 037 M54 

— MERiVAiJe. History of the Romans. 7 v. 

037 M&4H 
-Mertvale. Roman triumvirates. 037 M54R 

— MomfSEN. History of Rome. 4 v. 037 X73 

— Montesquieu. Grandeur and decadeooo of 

the Romans.. 037 X76 

— Parker. Architectural history of Rome. 

013.37 P22 

— Smith. Rome and Carthage. 037 SmG 

— Story. RobadlRoma. 2 v. 014.5 8t7 

— Wey. Rome. R013.37 W54 

— Wilkins. Roman antiquities. 013.37 W05 

— YoNOE. Toung f olks^ history of Rome. 

J037 Y8 

Romeo and Juliet; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. Sbak- 

speare. 822.33 R9G 

Romer, A. Anecdotal natural history. 500 R06 

— Aquatic, domestic, and minor animals. 

500 R66A 
RomnloH. Abbott. History of Romulus. 

J023.1 R06A 
Rood, O. N. Modem chromatics. 535 RA7 

Roosevelt, Blanche. See Macbetta, B. R. (T.) 
Roosevelt, R. B. Love and luck. 1 R67Ij 

R<K>sevelt, Theodore. Naval War of 1812. 

073.5 R67 

— New York. 074.7 R67 
Rooty N. W. T. School amusements. 371 R67 
Roper, Stephen. Catechian of high premnre steam 

en^es. 021.1 R08C 

— Engineer's handy-book. 621.1 ROBE 

— Hand-book of land and marine engines. 

621.1 R68U 



am 



ROPER* 



RIJSKIN. 



Ropery Stophezk — oontimued, 

— Hand-book of modem steam flr^-engines. 

621.G RG8 

— Hand-book of the locomotiye. G21 • 1 R68Ha 

— InrtmctioDf and suggestions for engineers. 

621.1 Rd8I 

— Qoestioiis aiid answers for engineers. 

G21.1 RG8Q 

— Steam boiler. G21 . 1 RG8S 

— Use and abuse of the steam boiler. G21.1 RG8U 

— Toung engineer's own book. G21 . 1 RG8 Y 
Ropes, J. C. Army under Pope. 073,7 RG8 

— First Napoleon. 023.1 NIGR 
Roscher y William. Principles of political economy. 

2 v. 330 R71 

Ro0coey H. E. Chemistry. 540 R71 

— Bpectrom analysis. 544 R71 
Roscoe, WniiaoL Life and pontificate of Leo the 

Tenth. 2 v. 022 L555 

— Life of Lorenzo de MedicL 023.2 Jir4G 
Rose, Jodiua. Cknnplete practical machinist. 

621 R72 

— Key to ffligines and engine-running. 021.1 R72 

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— Modem steam engines. RG21 . 1 R72Mo 

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Rose andthering. Thackeray, in 828 T32Ba 
RoeeagarteD) Albert. HandbocdE of architectural 

styles. 720 R72 

Roaenkranx, J. K. F. Philosophy of education. 

370.1 R72 
Rosenthal, Isidor. Gleneral physiology of muscles 
and nerves. 612 R72 

Roateraeians ; their xites and mysteries. Jen- 
nings* 366.1 J44 
Rfmnenholm; aplay. Ibsen. 830.82 Ib7R 
Roasy C. H. Ixaidan romaaoe. 2 v. 2 R731Ij 

— Pretty wktow. 2 R731P 
Roasy J. M., ed. Globe encydopeBdia. 6 v. 

R032 G51 

Roasy Martin, and Herring^ GeiUes. Irish cousin. 

2v. 2 H43I 

Rossettiy C. O. Commonplaoe, and other stories. 

2 R73C 

J821 R73 
J2 R732S 

RossetUy D. O. Shabp. Dante Gabriel Rossetti. 

028.21 R73 
Roasiniy G. A. Edwabdb. Rossini and his schooL 
2v. 027 R73 

Roasfter, K E., and Wrigkt, F. A. Modem 
house painting. R608 R73 

Rossi ter, William. Elementary handbook of ap- 
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531 R73 
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Roofhiagit. CBemens. 817 C502R 



Ronndy W. M. F. {Pnt^nr Pimnot,) Achsah. 

1 R75 
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Roundabont papers. Thackeray. 828 T32Ro 

— Same, in 828 T32Fo 
Ronnd-abont rambles. Stockton. J502 8t6 
Round my house. Hamerton. 014.4 H17R 
Round the world. Smiles. J010.4 Sm4 
Rousseau, J. J. Moblst. Rosseau. 2 v. 021 R76 
Routledge, Edmund, eA, Every boy's book. 

J700 R03 

Rout ledge, Robert. Discoveries and inventions of 

the nineteenth century. 608 R75 

Rowbotham, Thomas. Art of sketiching from 

nature. 758 R78 

Rowley, Hugh. Advice t<> parties about to marry. 

827 R70A 

— ed. Morepuniana. 827 R70M 

— Puniana. 827 R70P 
Roy, WilUam, and Barlowe, Jerome. Rede me 

andbenotwroihe. 828 R81 

Royal girls and royal courts. Sherwood. 

023.1 Sh5 
Royal relief atias of the worliL Sonnenschein 

aiid Allen. R012 So5 

Royce, Josiah. California. 070.4 R81 

— Feud of Oakfield Creek. 1 R81 
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831 R82 

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— Lorenzo BenooL 2 R83Lo 

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Ruggles, Henry. (Germany seen without spectacles. 

014.3 R84 
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Rural studies. Mitchell. 818 M60Ru 

Ruskin, John. Ariadne Florentina. 761 R80 

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828 R80 

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— Modem painters. 5 v. 750 R80 

— Our fathere have told us. 270.2 R80 

— Poetry of architecture. 720 R80 

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— JezebePs friends. 2 R912J 
Russell 9 MichaeL Life of Oliver CromwelL 2 v. 

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— BOLK. Young folks* history of Russia. 947 D68 

— Edinbuboh Bot, pseud. Story of active service 

in foreign lands. 047 £d4 

— Gresnx. Army life in Russia. 947 G83 
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— KlKGLAKK. Invasion of the Crimea. 5 v. 

947 K59 

— MORFiLi^ Story of Russia. 947 M81 

— Ollikb. Caaell's history of the Russo-Torkish 

War. 94T 014 



Rnssia. 



TraveU, 



— Bbownk. LandofThor. 914 B81 

— BucKUCY. 31idnight sun. 914 B85 

— CHAiiPNET. Three Vaasar girls in Russia and 

Turkey. 914.7 C36 

— Dixon. Free Russia. 914.7 ]>64 

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— EInoz. Boy travellers in the Russian Empire. 

J914.7 K77 

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914.7 Se4R 

— Stepniak, pseud. Russian peasantry. 

014.7 St4Ro 

— Waulack. Russia. 914.7 W15 

See also Earope. 
Rassian Literatare. Hafgood. Epic soogs of 
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— Turner. Studies in Russian literature. 

891.7 T85 
Rutley, Frank. Study of rocks. 552 R93 

Ryan^M. E. Told in the hills. 1 R95T 

Ryder, A. H. Go right on, girlsl 390 R976 

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— Margaret Regis. Jl ROTM 
Rylandy J. K Life and correspandenoe of John 

Foster. 2 v. 928.24 F81 



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Sadler, L. R, {Jacob Larwood), and Ifotten, J. C. 
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trough. 056 Q2 
St. Augustine, Fla. Dewhttbst. History of St. 
Augustine, Florida. 975.5 D51 
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St. Germain, Christopher. Doctor and student. 

347 Sa2 

St. John, Bayle, ir. Memoirs of the Duke of 
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St. John, Mrs. H. R Audubon, the naturalist 

590 Sa24 
St* John, J. A. Lives of oelefarBtedtFavellerB. v. S. 

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St. Johnsbnry Athennnm, St. Johnstmryf VL 
Catalogue of library. R019 Sa3 

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SalTation Army. Booth. Between two flags. 

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Sankey, Charles. Spartan and Theban suprema- 
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581.07 Sa7 
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R028 Sa7 
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Sauza y, A. Wonders of glaas-making. 

666.1 Sa8 
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220 SaOF 

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220 SaOH 

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Schmacker, S. M. Memoirs of Catharine IL, 

Emprefss of Russia. 923.1 CiS 

Schnitzer, Eduani Emin Pasha in Central Africsa. 

916.7 SchO 
Schoberty H. Hcked tip ia tbe storeetB. 3 ScheP 
Scholemaster. Ascham. 870 AsS 

^hool amu8ement& Root. ^71 R67 

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Hazen. 355 H33 

School and field book of botany. Graf. 

580 G79S 

School and the schoolmaster. Potter and Em(*.r- 

Son. 371 P85 

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School govemmeiit. Jewell* 371.5 J54 

fitchool Hoiues« ErXLatB. School-house archi- 

tectum. tt72r Eva 

— JoHONNOT. Bohool-hoiifleB. 727 JM 

School ma&ftgement. Holhrook. 371.5 H69 
School of abuse. Gomon* 820 G69 

School of Bhakspeare. 2 v. Simpson* 822.3 Si5 
School room guide. DeGrair. 371.3 D30 

School supervision. PftfliC* 371 P29 

School supervision. Pickard* 371 P58 

Schoolmaster's trunk. Diaz. 818 D54 

Schools. See Education. 

Schott, W. D. Health hints to women. 618 SchO 
Schonler, James. History of the United States of 
America, under the constitution, v. 1-4. 

973 Sch6 
Schreiner, OUve. Dreams. 828 Sch7 

Schriber^ Fritz. Complete carriage and wagon 
painter. 684 Sch7 

Schrocder, J. F. Life and times of Washington. 
2v. 923.1 W27Sc 

Schubert, F. P. Feost. Schubert 927 Sch7 
Schubin, Ossip, pseud. See Ktfrschner, Lola. 
Schnlze-Smidty Bemhardine. {E. Oswald.) Vain 
forebodinga 3 Sch8y 

Schumann » F. Manual of hftating and ventila- 
tion. 628 Sch8 
Schtf tzenberfer, PauL Fermentation. 663 Sch8 
Schuyler, Eugene. Turkistan. 2 v. 915.8 Sch8 
Schwartz, H. S. Gerda. 839.73 Sch9G 

— Son of tiie organ-grinder. 839.73 Sch9S 
Schwatka, Frederick. Children of the cold. 

J919.8 Sch9C 
Schwatka's search. Gilder. 919.8 G38S 

Schweinfnrth, G. A. Heart of Africa, v. 2. 

916.2 Sch9 
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the Sitkan archipelago. 917.98 Sci2 

Science. Adtntjal record of science and industry 

forl872;ed. byBaird. R505 B16 

— Annual of scientific discovery. 1860^. 

R505 An7 

^—Barnard. Scientific instruction in different 
countries. 507 B25 



Science — continued. 

— Bert. First steps in scientific knowkd^o, 

MRk B46 

— Brouoh. Fairy tales of science. J50S WfP 

— Buckley. Faiiy-land of science. 504 Blf^ 

— Buckley. Hiafcrny of natural science. 509 B85 

— Chaicplin, Young fcdks* catechism of common 

tWngs. J502 C35 

— Cooke. Scientific culture. 504 C77 

— Draper, ed. Yoar-book of nature aw4 |KipnIar 

fidenoe for 1872. R505 D79 

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508 Es^ 

— Farmer. Story book of science. J500 F22 

— HsLMHOLTZ. Lectures on scientific subjects. 

504 H36 

— HuXLBT. Critiques and addresses. 504 H98C 

— Huxley. Introductory to science primers, 

500 H98 

— Huxley. Lay sermons, addreases, and reviews 

504 II98L 

— Huxley. Sdenoe and culture. 504 H98S 

— Huxley, and others. Half hours with modern 

scientists. 2y. 504 H98H 

— Lawrence, Uhde, pseud. In search of a son, 

J502 1.43 

— LuBROOK. Fifty years of science. 509 I«96 

— Monteith. Popular science. J502 M76 

— MuDiE. Popular guide to the observation of jiMr 

taire. 507 H88 

— Popular science monthly. 1873-date. y, 1-date 

R505 P81 

— Popular science monthly; supplement. 8 y. 

R505 P81P 

— Popular science monthly: Index, y. 1-20. 

R505 P81Pi 

— Proctor. Light science for leisure hours. 

504 P94 

— Proctor. Nature studies. 504 P94N 

— Proctor. Rough ways made smooth. 

504 P04R 

— Proctor. Science byways. 504 P94S 

— Rod WELL. Dictionary of science. 503 R61 

— Stallo. Concepts and theories of modem phy- 

sics. 501 Stl 

— Stockton. Round-about rambles. J502 St6 

— Tyndall. Fragments of science. 504 T97 

— Wells. Things not generaUy known. 500 W45 

— World of wonders, anon. 502 W89 
Science and culture. Unxley. 504 H08S 
Science and Religion. See Religion and Sci- 
ence. 

Science byways. Proctor. 504 P94S 

Science of law. Amos. 340 Ajb6 

Science of politics. Amos. 320 Ajb6 

Science of wealth. Walker. 330 W15 

Scientific culture. Cooke. 504 C77 

Scientific instruction in different ooontriefl. Baiw 

nard. 507 B25 

Scientific Travels. Aoassu. 'Pxne cndMi of 

the steamer Blake. 2 v. 508 Afl 



SCIENTIFIC. 



SEARING. 



Scieatific Travels— continued. 

— Dabwik. Natural history and geology of tho 

countries visited during the voyage of H. M. S. 
Beagle. 508 D25 

— Thoxbon. Depths of the sea. 508 T38 

See cUbo Travels. 
SciBtillations. Heine. 838 H36 

Seope and methods of political economy. Keynes. 

330 K52 
Scotland. History. 

— BUBTON. History of Scotland. 9 v. 041 B05 

— Maokditosh. Story of Scotland. 041 MIO 

Travels. 

— CmamrG. In the Hebrides. 014.11 COl 

— Hood. Scottish characteristics. 014.1 H76 
—Knox. Boy travellers in Great Britain and 

Ireland. J014.2 K77 

— Rajisay. Reminiscences of Scottish life and 

character. 014.1 R14 

See also Europe. 
Seotty Leader, pseud. See Baxter^ L. E. 
Scott, MichaeL Cruise of the Midge. 2 Sco82 
-TomCringle^slog. 2 Sco82T 

Seottf Sir Walter, BaH. Abbot. 2 Sco8 

— Anne of Qeierstein. 2 Sco8 A 

— Antiquary. 2 Sco8 An 

— Betrothed. 2 S«;o8B 
-> Black dwarf .—Legend of Montrose. 2 Sco8Bl 

— Bride of Lammermoor. 2 Sco8Br 

— Count Robert of Paris. 2 Sco8Co 

— Fair maid of Perth. 2 Sco8F 

— Fortunes of Nigel. 2 Sco8Fo 

— Guy Mannering. 2 Sco8G 
— ^ Heart of Mid-Lothian. 2 8co8H 

— Ivanhoe. 2 Sco8I 
— ^KenUworth. 2 Sco8K 

— Lady of the lake. 821 Sco8L 

— Same ; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. 821 Sco8Lr 
--^ Letters on dunonology and witchcraft. 

133 Sco8 

— livee of eminent novelists and dramatists. 

028.2 Sco8 

— Marmion; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. 821 Sco8M 

— Monastery. 2 Sco8M 

— Old Mortality. 2 Sco80 

— Peveril of the Peak. 2 Sco8P 
-Pirate. 2 Sco8Pl 

— Poetical works. a21 Sco8 

— Poetical works; with memoir. 5 v. 821 Sco8P 

— Queutin Durward. 2 Sco8Q 

— Redgaontlet. 2 Sco8R 

— Rob Roy. 2 Sco8Ro 

— St. Ronan'swell. 2 Sco8S 

— Sorgeooti daughter.— Castle Dangerous. 

2 ScoSSa 

— Tales of a grandfather. 041 Sco8 

— Waverley. 2 Sco8W 

— Woodstodc. 2 Sco8Wo 
-^HvnoH. Sir Walter Qogtt, 028,23 ScoSU 



Scott, Sir Walter, Bart—eontinued, 
<— LociCHABT. Memoirs of Sir Walter Scott 8 v. 

028.23 Sco8L 
Scott, Winfield. Mansfibld. Life and military 
services of Winfield Scott. 023.5 Soo8 

Scott, W. B. Little masters. 027 Sgo8 

Scottish characteristics. Hood. 0X4.1 H76 
Scottish philosophy. McCosh. 102 M13S 

Scrambles among the Alps. Whymper. 

014 W62 
Scribner, J. M. Engineer's and mechanic^ com- 
panion. 621 Scr6 
Scribner-Black atlas of the w(n*ld. R012 Scr3 
Scribner's magaadne. 1887-date. v. 1-date. 

R051 Scr6 
Scudder, H. E. Boston-town. 074.4 Sca2 

— Children's book. J808.8 Sca2 

— Dream children. 1 Sca2D 

— Dwellers in Five-Sisters Court 1 Sca2Dw 

— English Bodley family. J014.2 Sca2 

— George Washington. 023.1 W27S 

— Men and letters. 814 Sca2 

— Men and manners in America one hxmdred years 

ago. 073.3 3Sca2 

— Mr. Bodley abroad. J010.8 Sca2 

— Noah Webster. 024 W30 

— Seven UtUe people. Jl Scii2S 

— Stories and romances. 1 Sca2S 

— Stories from my attic 1 Scii2St 

— ed. Book of folk stories. J308.3 Sca2 
Scndder, S. H. Butterflies. 505.7 Sca2 
Sculptare. Baxter. Sculpture, x^enaissance and 

modem. 730 B33 

— Flaxman. Lectures on sculpture. 730 FOl 

— LeIaAND. Manual of wood-carving. 736 Ii53 

— LiJBKE. History of sculpture. 2 v. 730 LOG 

— Mitchell. History of ancient sculpture. 2 v. 

732 MOO 

— Paris. Manual of ancient sculpture; ed. by 

Harrison. 732 P21 

— Perkins. Historical handbook of Italian sculp- 

ture. 734 P41 

— Redford. Sculpture;£gyptian, Assyrian, Greek, 

Roman. 732 R24 

— ViARDOT. Wonders of sculpture. 730 V65 

— Waters. Sculpture for beginners and students. 

730 W31 
Sea ; a story of adventure. Whymper. 

010.4 W62 
Sea-change. Howells. 812 H83S 

Sea-kings and naval heroes. Edgar. J023 Ed3 
Sea-monsters and sea-birds. Uartwig. 

501 H252S 
Sea mosses. Hervey. 580 H44 

Seaside studies in natural history. Agassis. 

503 Agl 
Sea-side walks of a naturalist. Houghton. 

500 H81S 
Seamanship. Lace. 656 LOO 

Searing, A. E. P. Land of Rip Van Winkle. 

R017.47 Sel 



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SEWELI.. 



Seaiion-ticket. Ilalibiurtoii. 817 U14S 

fieaton, A. E. Manual of marine engineering. 

621.1 Sel 
Seaver, F. L., and Co., pub. From beginning to 
end; a series of photograyures, with prefatory 
comments. R232 F92 

Seaward 9 Sir Edward. NairatiTe of [his] ship- 
wreck ; ed. by Jane Porter. 910.4 Sel 
Seawelly M. E. Throckmorton. 1 SelT 
Second best Conklin. 1 C750S 
Secret service; the ileki, the dungeon, and the es- 
cape. Richardson. 973.7 R30 
Secret Societies. Qould. History of Freema- 
sonry. 6v. 366.4 G73 

— Jknninos. Rosicrucians; their rites and mys- 

teries. 366.1 J44 

Sedgwick, C. M. Linwoods. 2 y. 1 SeSL 

— Means and ends. 374 Se2 
See 9 J. W. Extracts from Chordal^s letters. 

621 S«3 
Seebohmy Frederick. Era of the Protestant Revo- 
lution. 270.6 Se3 
Seebohm, Henry. Siberia in Europe. 914.7 Se3 
Seeley, J. R. Ecce homo. 232 Se3 

— Natural religion. 210 Se3 
Seissy J. A. Gospel in the stars. 215 Se4 

— Miracle in stone. 013.32 Se4 
Select British eloquence. Goodrich. 825 G62 
Selections from the American poets. Bryant. 

811 B84Se 
Selections from the Kur-dn. Lane, comp. 

297 L24 
Self-cnltare. Blackie. Belf^nilture. 374 B56 

— Clabkk. Belf-culture. 374 C55 

— Cbadc. Pursuit of knowledge under difficulties. 

374 C84 

— Hamerton. Intellectual life. 374 H17 

— SiCDOWiCK. Means and ends. 374 Se2 

— Smiles. Self-help. 374 Sm4 

See also Cnltnre. 
SelfCy R. E. Dr. Arnold of Rugby. 923.7 Ar68 
Semper, KarL Animal life. 577 Se5 

Seneca. Morals; tr. by Sir R. ^Estrange. 

188 Se5 
Senior, N. W. Treatise on political economy. 

330 Se5 
Senses and intellect Bain. 150 B16S 

September. Adams, ed. 821 Ad IS 

Sergeant, Adeline. Brooke^s daughter. 2 Se6B 

— Great Mill Street mystery. 2 Se6G 

— Life sentence. 2 Se6L 

— Luck of the house. 2 Se6La 

— True friend. 2 Se6T 

— Under false pretences. 2 Se6U 

— and Lester, Ewing. Name and fame. 2 Se6N 
Sergeant, Lewis. Greece. 914.95 Se6 

— New Greece. 914.95 Se6N 
Sermons. Bbooks. Light of the world, and other 

sermons. 252 B79 

— Dewst. DiBcourses on human nature. 252 D51 



Sermons — cKmiinued. 

— Foster. Lectures at Bruadmead Chapel, Bri»> 

tol/Eng. 2v. 252 F81 

— HAI4E. June to May ; Hermous of a year. 

252 U13 

— Holland. Logic anil life. 252 H71 

— KiNGSiJET. Wesminster sermons. 252 K61 

— Latimer. Seven sermons before Edward VX 

252 1.34 

— LoRiMER. Isms, old and new. 252 Ij89 

— Spalding. Lectures and discourses. 252 Spl 

— Stanley. Sermons during his tour in the East. 

252 St2 

— Stanley. Sermons for children. J252 St2S 

— Stanley. Westminster sermons. 252 St2W 

— Trench. Westminster and other sermons. 

252 TT2 

— WooLSEY. Religion of the present and of the 

future. 252 W88 

Sermons out of church. Craik. 170 C84 

Servants. Spofford. Servant girl question. 

647 Sp6 
See cUso Domestic Economy. 
SenrantM of the stomach. Mac^. 612 M15S 
Serviss, G. P. Astronomy with an operarglaas. 

523 8e6 
Sesame and lilies. Raskin. 824 R896 

-^Same. 824 R89Se 

Set of alphabets. Copley. R411 €79 

Seven ages of a village pauper. Bartley. 

339 B28 

Seven lamps of architecture. Raskin. 

720 R80L 
Seven months^ run aroimd the world. Brooks. 

910.8 B70 
Seven sermons before Edward VI. Latimer. 

252 L34 
Seven Spanish cities. Hale. 914.6 H13 

Seven thousand words often mispronounoed. Phyle. 

421 P56 
Seven Years' War. SeeGerrnHny. History. 
Severance 9 M. S. Hanmiersmith. 1 Se8H 

S^vign^y M. de R.-C., Marquise de. Letters to 
her daughter and friends ; ed. by S. J. Hale. 

928.46 Se8 

— Ritchie. Madame de S^vign^. 928.46 8e8R 
Sewerage treatment, purification, and utilizataon. 

Slater. 628 Sll 

Seward, G. F. Chinese immigraticni. 325 8e8 
Seward f O. R. Around the world stories. 

910.8 8e8A 
Seward 9 W. H. Life of John Quincy Adams. 

923.1 Adl2S 
Sewell, E. M. Afterlife. 2 8e8A 

— Amy Herbert 2 SeSAfli 

— aeveHalL 3 SeSC 

— Earl's daughter. 2 8e8£ 

— Experience of life. 2 SeSEz 

— Gertrude. 2 SeSG 

— Glimpse of the world. 2 SeSGl 

— Ivors. 9 9e9I 



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Sewelly E. M.— oonttntteci. 

— Journal of a home life. 

— Katharine Aahton. 

— Margaret PercivaL 

— FrinciplfiB of educatioD. 

— Ursula. 



2 Se8J 
2 8e8K 
2 Se8M 
370 Se8 

2 Se8U 



Sewer-gas and its dangers. Brown. 628 B81 
Sewerage and land-drainage. Waring. 

628 W238e 
Sewers. <Se« Sanitary Engineering. 
Sewers and drains for populous districts. Adams. 

628 Adl 
Sex and education. Howe. 376 H83 

Sex in education. Clarke. 376 C55S 

Sex in industry. Ames. 396 Am3 

Shaltsbary, A A Cooper, 7th Earl of. Frith. 
Seventh Earl of Shaftskmry. 923.6 ShlF 
Shairpy J. C. Poetic Interpretation of nature. 

808.1 Shi 

— Robert Bums. 928.21 B93S 
Shakspeare, William. Complete works; ed. by H. 

N.Hudson. 20 y. 822.33 H 

— Dramatic works; ed. by W. G. Clark and W. A. 

Wright. 8v. 822.33 C 

— Dramatic works and poems; ed. by C. Symmons. 

2v. 822.33 Si 

— The Leopold Shakspeare. 822.33 D 

— Works; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. 37 voL viz.— 

Contents. 

— 1. All's well that ends weU. 822.33 Rl 

— 2. Antony and Cleopatra. 822.33 R2 

— 3. As you like it. 822.33 R3 

— 4. Comedy of errors. 822.33 R4 

— 5. Coriolanus. 822.33 R5 

— 6. Cymbeline. 822.33 R6 

— 7. Hamlet 822.33 R7 

— 8. Julius Caesar. 822.33 R8 

— 0. King Henry IV. 2 pts. 822.33 R9 

— 10. King Henry V. 822.33 RIO 

— IL King Henry VI. 3 pts. 822.33 Rll 

— 12. King Henry VIH. 822.33 R12 

— 18. King John. 822.33 R13 

— 14. King Lear. 822.33 R14 

— 15. King Richard n. 822.33 RJ5 
.— 10. King Richard m. 822.33 RIO 

— 17. Love's labour's lost 822.33 R17 

— 18. Macbeth. 822.33 R18 

— 19. Measure for measure. 822.33 R19 

— 20. Merchant of Venice. 822.33 R20 

— 21. Merry wives of Windsor. 822.33 R21 

— 22. MidsummeiMiight's dream. 822.33 R22 
<— 23. Much ado about nothing. 822.33 R23 

— 24. OtheUo, the Moor of Venice. 822.33 R24 
•^ 25. P^cles, Prince of Tyre. 822.33 R25 

— 25. Romeo and Juliet 822.33 R20 

— 27. Sonnets. 822.33 R27 

— 28. Taming of the shrew. 822.33 R28 
-^ 29. Tempest 822.33 R29 

— 80. Tlmonof Athens. 822.33 R30 

— 81. Titus Andronicus. 822.33 R31 

— 82. TroilusandCresBida. 822.33 R32 



Shakspeare. Work»— contintted. 

— 33. Twelfth night 

— 34. Two gentlemen of Verona. 

— 35. Venus and Adonis. 

— 36. Winter's tale. 

— 87. Two noble kinsmen. 

— Works; ed. by G. Stevens. 



822.33 
822.33 
822.33 
822.33 
822.33 



R33 
R34 
R35 
R36 
R37 



822.33 St 



— Works; ed. by R. G. White. 12 v. 822.33 W 

Shakspeartiana. 

— Babb. Young people of Shakespeare's dramas. 

822.3 B27 

— Babtlbtt. Shakespeare phrase book. 

822.3 B28 

— CULBKB. Girlhood of Shakespeare's heroines. 

822.3 C55N 

— DowDEN. Shakspere. 822.3 D75 

— Dycb. Glossary to the works of William Shakes- 

peare. 822.3 D98 

— FuBNBSS. Concordance to Shakespeare's poems. 

822.3 F98 

— GuizoT. Shakspeare and his times. 822.3 G94 

— Holmes. Authorship of Shakespeare. 

822 H73 

— Hudson. Shakespeare; his life, art, and char- 

acters. 2v. 822.3 U86 

— Jameson. Characteristics of [Shakspeare's] 

women. 396 J23 

— Simpson. School of Shakspere. 2 v. 822.3 Si5 

— SwiNBUBNE. Study of Shakespeare. 

822.3 Sw6 

— ViNiNO. Mystery of Hamlet 822.3 V76 

— WoBDSWOBTH. Shakspeare's knowledge and use 

of the Bible. 822.3 W89 

Shaler, N. S. First book ingeology. 551 Shi 

— Kentucky. 976.9 Shi 
Sharp, WiUiam. Children of to-morrow. 2 Sh2C 

— Dante Gabriel Rossetti. 928.21 R73 
Sharpe, SamueL History of the Hebrew nation 

and its literature. 933 Sh2 

ShaWyF. L. Castle Blair. J2 Sh2 

— Hector. J2 Sh2H 

— Sea change. J2 Sh2S 
Shawy H. W. {Josh BiUings.) Josh Billings; his 

works. 817 Sh2 

Shaw« W. H., comp. History of Essex and Hud- 
son Counties, N. J. 2 v. 974.9 Sh2 
Sheddy J. A. Famous painters and paintings. 

927 Sh3 
Sheet metal worker's instructor. Warn. 

671 W24 
Shelby and his men. Edwards. 973.7 £d9 
Sheldon y £. M. Early history of Michigan. 

977.4 Sh4 
Sheldon^ G. W. Volunteer fire department of the 

city of New York. 352.3 Sh4 

Sheldon 9 L. V. Yankee girls in Zulu land. 

916.8 Sh4 
Shelley, C. P. B. Workshop appliances. 

621.9 Sh4 
SheUey, M. (W.) Tales and stories. 2 Sh4T 



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Shelley, P. B. Poetical works. 821 81i4 

— Poetical works; with memoir. 2y. 821 ShiP 

— Stoddard, ed, Aneodotal biography of Percy 

Bysshe SheUey. 928.21 Sh4S 

— Sykonds. Shelley. 928.21 Sh48y 
Shells. Adams. Beautiful shells. 594 Adl 

— Milne-Edwards and Cohtb. Elements of con- 

chology. 594 JI163 

Shenandoah Valley. Pond. 973.7 P79 

Shepardy Hazel, pseud. See Smith , H. A. 
Shepard, William, ed. Pen pictures of modem 

authors. 928 Sh4P 

Sheridan y P. H. Personal memoirs. 2 v. 

923.5 Sh5 

— HiADLEY. Fighting PhiL J923.5 Sh5H 
Sheridan, R. B. Dramatic works. 822 Sh5S 

— Works; with a memoir. 822 Sh5B 

— Moore. Memoirs of the life of Bichard Brinsley 

Sheridan. 928.22 Sh5 

Sherman, F. D., and Bangs, J. K. New waggings 

of old tales. 817 Sh5 

Sherman, W. T. Memo^B. 2 v. 923.5 Sh52 

— Bowman and Irwin. Sherman and his cam- 

paigns. 923.5 Sh52B 

Sherwood, M. K W. Royal girls and royal 

courts. 923.1 Sh5 

— Sweet-brier. 1 Sh5Sw 
Shields, C. W. Fhial philosophy. 215 Sh6 
Shillaber, B. P. {Mrs, PartinffUm.) Cruises with 

Captain Bob on sea and land. J817 Sh6C 
» Doublo-runner Club. J817 Sh6D 

— Ike Partington. J817 Sh6I 

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— Partingtonian patchwork. 817 Sh6P 
Shina, C. H. Mining camps. 333 Sh6 
Ship-Building. Hicks. Yachts, boats, and canoes. 

699 U52 

— KuNHAADT. Small yachts. R699 K96 

— Theajllb. Modem practice of Hhip-buildiag in 

iron and steeL 2 v. 699 T34 

— Theable. Naval architecture, building ships, 

etc 699 T34Br 

— Thearle. Theoretical naval architecture. 2 v. 

699 T34T 
Short, J. T. North Americans of antiquity. 

913.7 Sh8 
Short history of the RngHsh colonies in America. 
Lodge. 973.2 L82 

Short history of the English people. Green. 

942 G82S 
Short sayings of great men. Bent. R808 B43 
Short stories from the dictionary. Gilman. 

412 G42 

Short stories of American authors. Higginson. 

810.4 H53 

Short studies on gn^^eat subjects. 4 v. Fronde. 

824 F93 
Shorthand. Kimball. Amanuensis. 653 K56 

— Kimball. Key to the amanuensis and student^s 

drill booV. 653 K56K 



Shorthand — continued, 

— Lindslet. Elements of tachygraphy. 

653 I#64£ 

— LiNDSLEY. Handbook of takigrafy. 653 Ij64H 

— Lindslet. Short course in business shorthand. 

653 1.648 

— MuNSON. Complete phonographer. 653 X92 

— Shobthand writer. 1886^. 4 v. R653 8h8 
Shorthonsc, J. H. John Inglesant 2 ShSJ 

— Little schoohnaster Mark. 2 Sh8L 
Shoshone and other Western wonders. Roberts* 

917.8 R54 
Shoap, F. A. Mechanism and personality. 

IIO Sh8 
Shackford, SamueL Sacred and profane history 
of the world. 909 Sh9 

Shank, W. F. Field engineer. 625 ShO 

Shnnsui, Tamenaga. See Tamenaga Shmisui. 
Siam. Bacon, comp, Siam. 915.9 B13 

— Bishop. Golden Cliersonese. 915.9 B54 

— BuTTERWOBTH. Zigzag joumeys In the antipodes. 

J915.9 B98 

— Knox. Siam and Java. J915.9 K7T 

— Leonowens. English governess at the Slameae 

court 915.9 I«55 

— Leonowens . Romance of the harooL 

915.9 I^5R 

Siberia. Atkinson. Oriental and western Siberia. 

915.7 At5 

— Atkinson. Travels in the regions of upper and 

lower Amoor. 915.7 At5T 

— Bush. Reindeer, dogs, and snow-shoes. 

915.7 B96 

— GowiNO. Five thousand miles in a sledge. 

915.7 G74 

— Lansdell. Through Siberia. 915.7 L29 
Siberia in Europe. Seebohm. 914.7 8e3 
Sidg wick, Alfred. Fallacies. 165 Sil 
Sidgwick, Henry. Principles of political economy. 

330 Sil 
Sidney, Margaret, p«eu(2. See I«othrop, H. M. (B.) 
Sidney, Sir Philip. Apologie for poetry. 

821 Sil 

— Davis. Life and times of Sir Philip Sidney. 

923.5 Sil 

— Sykonds. Sir Philip Sidney. 923.5 SilS 
Sienkiewicz, Henryk. With fire and sword. 

891.85 Sil 
Signboards. Sadleb and Hottbn. History of 
signboards. 659 Sal 

Sikes, W. W. British goblms. 398.4 SI2 

Silas BronsoB Library, Waterbwry^ Conii. Find- 
ing list R017 SI3 
Silent South. Cable. 326.8 Cll 
Silliman , Benjamin. First principles of chemistry. 

540 8i3 
Silsbee, M. C. D. Half century in Salem. 

974.4 Si3 
Silver city. Ober. 917.2 Ob2 

Silver country. Anderson. 917*2 Ab2 



ao4) 



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Silver treasury. Brockett and Eliot, comp. 

821 B72 
Silverado squatters. Stevenson* 917.95 St4 
Simcoxy G. A. History of Latin literature. 2 v. 

870 Si4 
Simmons, P. L. Commercial products of the sea. 

639 Si4 
Simms, W. 6. Beauchampe. 1 Si4B 

— Beauchampe. — Confession. 1 Si4B2 

— Border beagles. 1 Si4Bo 

— Charlemont. 1 Si4C 

— Confession. 1 Si4Co 
^Eutaw. 1 Si4E 

— Forayers. 1 Si4F 

— Guy Rivers. 1 Si4G 

— Guy Rivers.— Richard Hurdis. 1 Si4G2 

— Katharine Walton. 1 Si 4K 

— Katharine Waltcm.— Scout. 1 Si4K2 

— Mellichampe. 1 Si4M 

— Partisan. 1 Si4P 

— Richard Hurdis. 1 Si4R 

— Scout. 1 S14S 

— Southward ho I 1 Si4So 

— Vaaoonselos. 1 Si4V 

— Wigwam and the cabin. 1 Si4 W 

— Woodcraft. 1 Si4Wo 

— Woodcraft.— Forayers. 1 Si4Wo2 

— Yemaasee. 1 Si4Y 

— Yemaasee.— Southward ho I 1 Si4 Y2 
Simon, Jules. Government of M. Thiers. 2 v. 

944 Si5 

Simonde de Sismondi, J. C. L. £[istory of the 
Italian repubUcs. 945 Si8 

— Literature of the south of Europe. 2 v. 800 Si8 
Simpson, Richard. School of Shakspere. 2 v. 

822.3 Si5 
Sims, G. R. Dramas of life. 2 Si5D 

— Tales of to-day. 2 Si5T 
Simson, Walter. History of the gypsies. 397 Si5 
Sinclair, Ang^us. Locomotive engine running and 

management. 621.1 Si6 

Sinclair, G. L. Dry plate making for amateurs. 

772 Si6 
Sing-song. Rometti. J821 R73 

Singing. See Vocal Mosic. 
Singleton, Mary. {Violet Fane.) Constance's fate. 

821 Si6 
Sinnett, A. P. lleoteric BuddhisnL 212 Si6 

Sister Dora. Lonsdale. 922 P27 

Six lectures on light. Tyndall. 535 T97S 

Six Utile cooks. Kirkland. 641 K63S 

SU nuHiths in Italy. Hillard. 914.5 H55 

Six months on a slaver. Manning. 326 M31 
Six popular tales. Lodge. J398 L82 

Skeat, W. W. Etymological dictionary of the 
£i«lidi language. R422 Sk2 

— Principles of English etymology. 2d series. 

422 Sk2P 
Skeleton toun. Sargent. 914 Sa7 

Sketch bodL Irving. 814 IrSSk 



Sketch of the philosophy of American literature. 

White. 810 W58 

Sketch of the Society of Jesus. Merrick. 

271.5 M55 

Sketches and travels in London. Thackeray. 

in 828 T32BO 

Sketches from a tour through Holland and Ger- 
many. Mahalfy and Rogers. 914.3 M27 

Sketches from America. White. 917 W58 

Sketches from the subject and neighbour lands of 
Venice. Freeman. 729 F87 

Sketches in Italy and Greece. Symonds. 

914 Sy6 

Sketches, new and old. Clemens. 817 C592M 
Sketches of creation. Winchell. 550 W72S 
Sketches of most eminent statesmen and writers. 

2v. Hay ward. 923.2 H33 

Sketches of the rise^ progress, and decline of 

Secession. Brownlow. 973.7 B82 

Sketching rambles in Holland. Booghton. 

914.92 B66 

Slack, H. J. Marvels of pond-life. 578 SU 

Slater, J. W. Sewage treatment, purification, and 

utilization. 628 SU 

Slavery. Albebt. House of bondage. 326 All 

— Cable. Silent South. 326.8 €11 

— Manning. Six months on a slaver. 326 M31 

— Stiles. National controversy. 326 St5 

— Toitrg6e. Appeal to CsBsar. 326 T64 

— Wilson. Rise and fall of the slave power in 

America. 3 v. 326.97 W69 

Sleeping-car. Howells. 812 H83S1 

Slick, Bam, pseud. See Halibiirton, T. C. 
Slide valve gears. Halsey. 621.1 H16 

Slide valve practically explained. Rose. 

621.1 R72S 
Slingo , W. , and Brooker , A. Electrical engineer- 
ing. 537.8 S13 
Sloane, T. O. Home experiments in science for 
old and young. 530 SI5 

— ed. Facts worth knowing. 602 S15 
Slo88on,A. T. Fishin* Jimmy. 1 SI5F 

— Seven dreamers. 1 SI5S 
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2 Sm3 

— Frank Fairlegh. 2 Sm3F 

— Harry Coverdale^s courtship. 2 Sni3H 

— Lewis Arundel. 2 Sm3Ii 
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— Character. 170 Sm4 

— Duty. 174 Sm4D 

— Huguenots in France. 284.5 Sm4H 

— Industrial biography; iron workers and tool 

makers. 926 8m4 



a»5) 



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SOCIOLOGY. 



Smiles^ Samuel— continued. 

— Life of a Scotch naturalist; Thomas Edward. 

925 Ed9 

— Life of George Stephenson and of his son Robert 

Stephenson. 926 St4Sm 

— Lives and works of the engineers. 4 v. 

926 Sm4L 

— Men of invention and industry. 926 Sm4M 

— Robert Dick, baker of Thurso, geologist and bot- 

anist. 925 D54 

— Round the world. J910.4 Sni4 

— Self-help. 374 Sm4 

— Thrift. 174 Sm4T 
Smithy Adam. Inquiry into the nature and causes 

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Smithy C. H. J. Parks and pleasure grounds. 

710 Sm5 
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Smith, F. H. White umbrella in Mexico. 

917.2 Sm5 
Smith, George. Assyria. 935 Sm5 

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Smith, G. B. Life and speeches of John Bright. 

923.2 B76S 
Smith, G. J. Synopsis of English and American 
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Smith, G. W. Painting; Spanish and French. 

759.4 Sm5 
Smith, Horace, and James. Rejected addresses. 

821 Sm5 
Smith, Horatio. Festivals, games, and amuse-. 

ments. 790 Sm5 

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— History of Japan. J952 Sm5 

— One hundred famous Americans. 920 Sm5 

— Wonderful cities of the world. J910.8 Sm5 W 
Smith, H. B. Life and work; ed. by his wife. 

922 Sm5 

Smith, H. H. Brazil, the Amazons, and the coast. 

918.1 Sm5 

Smith, John. Warner. Captain Jolm Smith. 

923.9 Sm5 

Smith, J. T. Vagabondiana. 339 Sm5 

Smith, M. P. (W.) Great match. 1 Sm6G 

Smith, Philip. History of the Christian church. 
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Smith, R. B. Rome and Carthage. 937 Sm6 
Smith, R. M. Emigration and inmiigration. 

325 Sm6 
Smith, SamueL History of New Jersey. 

974.79 SmS 

Smith, Seba. Way down East 1 Sm62W 

Smith, Sydney. Works. 824 Sm5 



Smith, W. H. Life and public servioes of Arthm* 
St. Clair. 023.2 Sa2 

Smith, William, ed. Dictionary of Greek and Roman 
biography and mythology. 3 v. R920 Sm6 

— ed. Dictionary of Greek and Roman geografdly. 

2v. R913.3 Sm6 

— ed. Dictionary of the Bible ; rev. and ed. by H. 

B. Hackett. 4 v. R220.3 Sm6 

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Smollett, T. G. Humphry Clinker. 2 Sm7 

— Peregrine Pickle. 2 SmTP 

— Roderick Random. 2 SmTR 
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572 Sm9 
Smythe, G. C. Medical heresies. 610 Sm9 

Smythies, Mrs. Yorick. Popping the question. 

2 SmOP 

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modem coins in the cabinet collection at * the 

mint of the United States. 737 Sn6 

— Description of the medals of Washington. 

737 8116D 

Sobriqaets and nicknames. Frey. R014 F89 
Social economy. Rogers. 302 R63 

Social equaUty. Mailock. 335 M29B 

Social eUquette of New York. Longstreet. 

395 1^868 
Social habitations and parasitic nests. Wood. 

501.5 W85S 
Sociallaw of labor. Weeden. 331 W41 

Social life in Greece. Mahaffy. 938 M278 

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335 C77 

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335 K16 

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— Mallock. Property and progress. 335 M29 

— Mallock. Social equality. 335 M29S 

— NoRDHOFF. Communistic societies in the United 

States. 335 N75 

— Notes. History of American socialisms. 

335 N87 

— WooLSET. Communism and socialism. 

335 W88 
Society and solitude. Emerson. 814 £m38 
Society as I have found it. McAllister. 

923.9 Mil 

Society for the Diflnsion ol UseAil KnowU 
edge. Gallery of portraits with memoirs. 4 ▼. 

920 80IG 
Society in Rome under the Caesars. lage* 

937 Iii43 
Sociology. Atlas essays, no. 8. 304 At6 

— Jevons. Metliods of social reform. 304 J53 

— Malthus. Essay on the principle of population. 

312 M2d 

— MiVART. Contemporary evolutdon. 304 M69 



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Sociolo^ — continued. 

— BooKBS. Social econam J. 302 R63 

— Spsnceb. Study of sociology. 307 Sp3 

— BxntNKSL What social classes owe to each other. 

304 SaG 
See aUo Popalation* 
HocTBten ScholasHcus. Ecclesiastica] history. 

270.2 So2 
Solar light and heat. Allen. 521 A15 
Soldiers' life in the Army of Northern Virginia. 

McCarthy. 073.7 M12 

Soley^ J. R. Blockade and the cruisers. 

073.7 So4 

— Boys of 1812 and other naval heroes. 

J073.5 So4 
Solomon ; his life and times. Farrar. 

220.02* So4F 
Solon 9 L. M. Art of the old English potter. 

R738 So4 
Some Chinese ghosts. Heam. 398 U35So 

Some details of water-works construction. Bil- 
lings. 028 B49 
Some heretics of yesterday. Herrick. 022 H43 
Some .impressions of the United States. Freeman. 

017.3 F87 
Some Italian authors and their works. Vincent. 

028.5 V74 
Some noted princes, authors, and statesmen of our 

time. Parton. 020 P25S 

Some recollections of our antislavery conflict. 

May. 073.6 M45 

Some successful women. Bolton. 020.7 B63S 
Somerviltey Mary. Personal recollections from 

early life to old age. 025 So5 

— Bbownx. Mrs. Somerville and Mary Carpenter. 

025 8o5B 
Song birds and seasons. Thenriet. R508.2 T34 
Song of Hiawatha. Longfellow. 811 Ii86S 
Songs before sunrise. Swinbnrne. 821 Sw6S 
Songs of religion and life. Blaclde. 821 B56 
Songs of the springtides. Swinbnrne. 

821 SwOSn 
Songs of three centuries. Whittier, ed. 

821 WGIS 
Songs of two nations. Swinbnrne. 812 Sw6So 
Sonnenschein, W. S. Best books. 2d ed. 

R016 So5 
Sonnenschein and Allen. Royal relief atlas of the 

worid. 912 So5 

Sonrel, L. Bottom of the sea. 551 So5 

Sophisms of protection. Bastiat. 337 B20S 
Soph<iGle8« Tragedies; translated by E. H. Plump- 

tre. 882.2 P37 

— Tragedies; Oxford translation. 882.2 So6 

— Coixnra. Sophocles. 882.2 COO 

— Same. in 882. 1 C70S 
Sonl of the far East Lowell. 015 L05S 
Sonnd* Blasxbna. Theory of sound in its relation 

to music. 534 b61 

— Radau. WdDders of acoustics. 534 Rll 

— Trin>Ai«L. Soond. 534 t07 



Sonnd bodies for our boys and girls. Blaikie. 

613 B57S 

South America. Bishop. Thousand miles walk 

across South America. 018 B54 

— Champnby. Three Vaasar girls in South Amer- 

ica. 018 C35 

— CxTBTis. Capitals of Spcmish America. 018 C04 

— Dahloren. South Sea sketches. 018 D14 

— Hellwald. Central America, West Indies, and 

South America. 018 H36B 

— Knox. Boy travellers in South America. 

J018 K77 
Sonth-JIfonntain magic. Dahlgren. 133 D14 
Sonth-Sea bubbles. Herbert and Kingsley. 

010.6 H41 
Sonth Sea sketches. Dahlgren. 018 D14 

Southern Oermany and Austria. Bftdeker. 

014.3 B14S 

Southeyy C. C, ed. Life and correspondence of 

Robert Southey. 028.21 S088 

Southey, Robert. Doctor. 824 SoO 

— Life of Nelson. 023.5 N33S 

— Poetical works. 5 v. 821 S08 

— DoWDEN. Southey. 028.21 S08D 

— Southey, C. C. Life and correspondence of 

Robert Southey. 028.21 808S 

Sonthwick, A. P. Handy helps. 802 S08 

Sonthworth, E. D. E. N. Allworth Abbey. 

1 S08A 

— Artist's love. 1 So8Ar 

— Beautiful fiend. 1 S08B 

— Bridal eve. 1 So8Be 

— Bride of LleweUyn. 1 So8Bi 

— Bride's fate. 1 So8Br 

— Changed brides. 1 S08C 

— Christmas guest. 1 So8Ch 

— Cruel as the grave. 1 So8Cr 

— Curse of Clifton. 1 So8Cn 

— Deserted wife. 1 S08D 

— Discarded daughter. 1 So8Di 

— Fair play. 1 S08F 

— Fallen pride. 1 So8Fa 

— Family doom. 1 So8Fd 

— Fatal marriage. 1 S08FI 

— Fatal secret. 1 So8Fm 

— Fortune seeker. 1 808 Fo 

— Gipsy's prophecy. 1 S08G 

— Haunted homestead. 1 S08H 

— How he won her. 1 S08H0 

— India, the pearl of Pearl River. 1 808I 

— Ishmael. 1 So8Is 

— Lady of the isle. 1 So8Ii 

— Lost heir of Linlithgow. 1 So8Ije 

— Lost heiress. 1 So8Iih 

— Love's labor won. 1 So8IiO 

— Maiden widow. 1 8o8JII 

— Missing bride. 1 8o8Mb 

— Mother-in-law. 1 S08M0 

— Mystery of Dark Hollow. 1 So8Jlly 

— Noble lord. 1 S08N 

— Phantom wedding. 1 S08P 



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SPOTLESS. 



Sonthworth, E. D. E. N,— continued, 

— Prince of darkness. 1 8o8Pr 

— Retribution. 1 So8Re 

— Self-raised. 1 go8S 

— Spectaie-lover. 1 goSSp 

— Three beauties. 1 8o8T 

— Tried for her life. 1 So8Tr 

— Two sisters, 1 So8Tw 

— Unknown. 1 So8U 

— Victor's triumph. 1 So8V 

— Vivia. 1 So8Vi 

— Widow's son. 1 So8 W 

— Wife's victory. 1 So8Wi 
Souvenirs of my time. Fremont. 928.1 F88 
Soavestrey ^mile. Attic philosopher in Paris. 

4 So8 
Sozomen. Ecclesiastical history. - 271.2 So9 
Spain. History. 

— Abbott. Romance of Spanish history. 

946 Ab23 

— Dunham. History of Spain and Portugal. 5 v. 

946 D92 

— Halb. Story of Spain. 946 1113 

— lEvnco. Chronicles of the history of Granada. 

946 It8 

— POOLB. Story of the Moors in Spain. 946 P78 
— - Prescott. History of the reign of Ferdinand 

and Isabella. 8 v. 946 P92 

— Prescott. History of the reign of Philip the 

Second, King of Spain. 8 v. 946 P92H 

Travels. 

— Aiacis. Spain. 914.6 Am5 

— BoDFiSH. Through Spain on donkey-back. 

914.6 B63 

— Fdeld. Old Spain and new Spain. 914.6 F450 

— Field. Ten days in Spain. 914.6 F452 

— Hale. Family flight through Spain. 

J914.6 HI 32 

— Hale. Seven Spanish cities. 914.6 H13 

— Hare. Wanderings in Spain. 914.6 II22 

— Hay. Castilian days. 914.6 H32 

— Ober. Knockabout Club in Spain. J914.6 Ob2 

— O'Shea. Romantic Spain. 2 v. 914.6 084 

— Taine. Tout through the Pyrenees. 914.6 T13 

See also Europe. 
Spaldingy J. L. Lectures and discourses. 

252 Spl 

— Life of the Most Rev. M. J. Spalding. 922 Spl 
Spalding, M. J. 8. Spalding, J. L. Life of the 

Most Rev. M. J. Spalding. 922 Spl 

Spanish gypsy. Cross. 821 C88S 

— Same. in 824 C881m 
Spanish Language. See Dictionaries. 
Spanish Li terat are. Ticknor. History of Span- 
ish literature. 3 v. 860 T43 

Spanish papers. Irving. 818 Ir8S 

Spare hours. 8d series. Brown. 824 B81 

Sparhawk, F. C. Chroni<;le of conquest. 1 Sp2C 

— Lazy man^s work. 1 Sp2L 

— LitUe PoUj Blatchtoy. Jl Sp2Li 



Sparks, Jared, «d. Library of American biogra- 
phy. 10 V. 920 8p2 
Sparks from a geokjgisfs hammer. Winchel I. 

550 W72Sp 
Spartan and Theban supremacies. Sankey. 

938 Sa5 
Spanlding, J. H. Historical reUcs of the White 

Mountains. 917.42 Sp2 

Spanldingy Randall. First lessons in amateur 

photography. rr2 Sp2 

Speakers. See Literature. Collections. 
Speaking telephone. Prescott. 537.8 P02S 
. Specimens of early Rngijiyh metrical itunances. 

Ellis. 821 £15 

Specimens of English dramatic poets. Lamb, 

comp, S22 L16 

Spectre bridegroom. Irving. in 818 IrSL 

Spectrum Analysis. See Chemistry. Analysis, 
Spedding, Vames, ed. Account of the life and 

times of Francis Bacon. 2 v. 921 B138 

Speke , J. H. Journal of the discovery of the source 

of the Nile. 916.7 Sp3 

Spelling. Confederate spelling book. 421 €76 

See also English Language ;— Etymolcigy. 

Spencer, Herbert. £ducati(m ; intellectual, moral, 

andphysicaL 370 Sp3 

— Essays; moral, poUtical, and eesthetia 824 SpS 

— Illustrations of universal progress. 309 Sp3 

— Political institutions. 192 Sp3 

— Principles of biology. 192 Sp3P 

— Principles of sociology. 2 v. 192 Sp3S 

— Study of sociology. 307 Sp3 
Spencer, J. A. History of the United States. 4 v. 

073 Sp3 
Spencer, W. O. Inventional geometry. 513 Sp3 
Spenser, Edmund. Fairie queene. 821 Sp3 

— Chubch. Spenser. 928.21 Sp3 
Spherical and practical astronomy. 2 v. Chan- 

venet. 522 €39 

Spielhagen, Friedrich. Quisisana. 3 Sp4(l 

— What the swallow sang. 3 Sp4 W 
Spiers, Alexandre, and Sarenne, Chibriei. Com- 
plete French and iCrigi^h and Rngiia*^ and 
French dictionary. R443.2 Sp4 

Spirit of laws. Montesqaien. 340 JII76 

Spolford, A. R., and Gibbon, Charles, ed. Li- 
brary of choice literature. 8 v. R808.8 Sp6 

— and Shapley, R. S., ed. Library of wit and 

humor. .5 v. R808.7 Sp6 

Spofford, H. P. Ballads about authors. 811 Sp6 

— Hester Stanley at St. Marks. J 1 Sp6II 
— - Lost jewel. Jl Sp6L 

— Servant girl question. 647 Sp6 
Sport and work on the Nepaul frontier. iBgiis. 

915.4 ln4 

Sports. See Games and Amusements. 
Sportsman's gazetteer. Uallock. 790 U158 
Sportsman^s paradise. Watson. 790 W33 

** Spotless and fearless"; story of the Chevalier 
Bayard. Berville. 023.5 B3ft 



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STEAM. 



J2 StlO 
J2 StlW 



Spra^e^ Isaac Wayside flowen and ferns; with 
desdiptlYe text by A. B. Hervey. 580 H44 W 
Spragne, M. A Earnest trifler. 1 Sp7E 

Spretsoiiy N. E. Practical treatise on casting and 
fonndhig. 671 Sp7 

Spring, L. W. Elansas. 978.1 Sp8 

Spry, W. J. J. Cruise of the Challenger. 

010.4 Sp8 
Sqnier, E. O. Adventures on the Moequito Shore. 

017.28 Sq4 
Stables, Q. M. Cruise of the Snowbird. J2 StlC 

— Life at sea. Jl StlL 

— Stanley Grahame. J2 StlS 
Stables, W.G. From pole to pole. J2 StlF 

— In the dashing days of old. J2 Stll 

— Jungle, peak, and plain. JO 10. 8 Stl 

— On q)ecial service. 

— Wild adventures round the Pole. 
StaSUHolflteiiii A L. G. 'N,jBaronne6e, Corinne. 

4 Stl 

— Germany. 014.3 Stl 

— Stxvxns. Madame de StagL 028.43 Stl 
Stalir,F. L. Hulda. 3 Stl El 
Stallo, J. B. Conceptsand theories of modem phy- 
sics. 501 Stl 

Standard library cyclopeedia of political, constitu- 
tiooal, statistical, and forensic knowledge. 4 v. 

R303 St2 
Standiah, Milea Abbott. Miles Standish. 

023.5 St2 
Stanford, Charles. Philip Doddridge. 022 D66 
Stanhope, P. D., 4th Earl of Chesterfield. See 

Chesterfield, P. D. Stanhope, 4th Earl of. 
Stanley, A P. Christian institutions. 260 St2 

— LectureB on the history of the Eastern church. 

281 St2 

— LectureB on the history of the Jewish church. 8 v. 

200 St2 

— Life and correspondence of Thomas Arnold. 

023.7 Are 

— Sermons for children. J252 St2S 

— SermoDS preached in the East in 1862. 252 St2 

— Westminster sermons. 252 St2W 

— Bradi^kt. Recollections of Arthur Penrhyn 

Stanley. 022 St2 

— HuMPHBET. Dean Stanley with the children. 

J922 St2H 

Stanley, George. Classifiod synopsis of the painters 

of the Dutch and Flemish school 027 St2 

Stanley, H. M. Congo, and the founding of its 



016.7 St2C 

91G.7 St2H 

01G.7 St2I 

916.7 St21II 

016.7 St2T 



Free State. 2 v. 

— How I found Livingstone. 

— In darkest Africa. 2 v. 

— My Kalnlu. 

— Through the dark continent. 2 v. 
Stannard, H. E. V. {John Strange Winter.) 

Buttons.— Booties' baby. 2 St2Ba 

— Dinna forget. 2 St2D 
~ Harvest 2 St2H 
-MnLBob. 2 St21ll 

— Other man's wife. 2 St20 



Stannard, H. E. V. — continvLed, 

— Regimental legends. 2 St2R 

— Sophy Carmine. 2 St2S 
Stanton, H.T. Moneyless man. 811 Stl 
Stan wood, Edward. History of presidental elec- 
tions. 324 St2 

Stapleton, Patience. My sister's husband. 

1 St2II[ 
Starboard and port. Hepworth. 017 H42 
Stargazing. Lockyer. 522 I«81 

Starling, Elizabeth. Noble deeds of woman. 

920.7 
Starrett, H. E. Letters to elder daughters. 

173 
Stars. Clarke. System of the stars. 523.8 

— Ennis. Origin of the stars. 523.8 



— Proctor. 

— Proctor. 



St2 

St2 

€59 

En6 

P04E 



— Proctor. 

— Proctor. 



Easy star lessons. 523.8 
Half -hours with the stars. 

R523.8 P94H 

New star atlas. 523.8 P04N 

Transits of Venus. 523.0 P04 

See also Astronomy. 

State of Europe during the Middle Ages. Hallam. 

3v. 040 H15 

Statham, F. R. Blacks, Boers, and British. 

016.8 St2 
Stationary steam engines. Thnrston. 

621.1 T42S 
Statistical atlas of the United States based on the 
census of 1S70. Walker, comp. R012 W15 
Statistical record of the armies of the United 
States. Phisterer. 073.7 P55 

Statistics. Manual of statistics. R310 M31 
Stead, W. T. Story that transformed the world. 

702 St3 
Steam and the steam-engine. Evers. 621.1 Ev2 
Steam boUer. Roper. 621.1 R68S 

Steam boiler catechism. Grimshaw. 

621.1 G88S 
Steam-Engine. Aughincl.oss. Practical appli- 
cation of the slide valve and link motion. 

621.1 Ao2 

— BouRNR. Catechism of steam-engine. 

621.1 B70 

— Bourne. Handbook of the steam-engine. 

621.1 B70H 

— Evers. Steam and the steam-engine. 

621.1 Ev2 

— Ford. Boiler making. 621.1 F75 

— Forney. Catechism of the locomotive. 

621.1 F76 

— Grimshaw. Preparing for indication. 

621.1 G88P 

— Grimshaw. Steam-boiler catechism. 

621.1 G88S 

— Grimshaw. Steam engine catechism. 

621.1 G88St 

— Grimshaw. Supplement of the steam engine 

catechism. 621.1 G88Sa 

— Halsey. Slide valve gears. 621.1 H16 

— Holmes. Steam engine. 621.1 H73 



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STEPHENS. 



Steam- Engine — conLinued, 

— NiCHOLLS. Theoretical and practical boiler 

maker. 621.1 N51 

— Porter. Treatise ou the Richards* steam engine 

indicator. 621.1 P83 

— Rankinb. Manual of the steam engine. 

621.1 R16 

— Reed. Head light for locomotive engineers and 

machinists. 621.1 R25 

— Roper. Catechism of the high pressure steam 

engine. 621.1 R68C 

— Roper. Engineer's handjbook. 621.1 R68E 

— Roper. Hand-book of land and marine engines. 

621.1 R68H 

— Roper. Hand-book of modem fire engines. 

621.6 1168 

— Roper. Hand-book of the locomotive. 

621.1 R68Ha 

— Roper. Instructions and suggestions for 

engineers. 621.1 R68I 

— Roper. Questions and answers for engineers. 

621.1 R68Q 

— Roper. Steam boiler. 621.1 R68S 

— Roper. Use aad abuse of the steam boiler. 

621.1 R68U 

— Roper. Young engineer's own book. 

621.1 R68Y 

— Rose. Kej to engines and engine-running. 

621.1 ILTZ 

— Rose. Modem steam engines. R621.1 R72Mo 

— Rose. Slide valve practically explained. 

621.1 R72S 

— Seaton. Manual of marine engineering. 

621.1 Sel 

— See. Extracts from Chordal's letters. 621 Se3 

— Sinclair. Locomotive engine running and 

management. 621.1 Si6 

— Thurston. Stationary steam engines. 

621.1 T42S 

— ToKKiNS. Machine construction and drawing. 

2 v. 621 T59M 

— ToMKiNS. Principles of machine construction. 2 v. 

621 T59P 

— Unwin. Elements of machine design. 2 v. 

621 UnO 

— Whitham. Descriptive treatise on constructive 

steam-engineering. 62 1 . 1 W 50 

See cUso Boilers ;— Engineering. 
Steam engine catechism. Grimshaw. 

621.1 G88St 
Steam heating for buildings. Baldwin. 

607 BIOS 
Steam heating problems ; or, Questions and answers 
from the Sanitary engineer, anon, 628 St3 
Steamships. See Navigation. 
Steams, W. A. New England bird life. 2 v. 

508.2 St3 
Stebbinsy Eomia, e^. Charlotte Cushman ; her 

letters and memories of her life. 2 v. 

027 C05S 



StedmaUyE. C. Poets of America. 811 8t3 

— and Hutchinson 9 E. M., ed. Library of Amer- 

ican literature. 11 V. R810.8 St3 

Steel and iron. Greenwood. 660 6858 

Steele, G.M. Rudimentary economics. 390 St3 
Steele 9 J. D. Fourteen weeks in physics. 530 St3 
Steele9 J. W. Cuban sketches. 017^20 815 

— Frontier army sketches. 017.8 St3 
Steele9 T. S. Canoe and camera. 017.41 St3C 

— Paddle and portage. 017.41 St3P 
SteinmetZv Andrew. Sunshine and showers. 

551.5 8t3 

Stenhon8e9 Fanny. *'Tell it all;"^ a life's eixperi- 
ence in Mormonism. 020.7 St4 

Stenography. See Shorthand. 

Stephen9 C. E. {Sarah Brook.) French higtory 
for English children. J044 St4 

Stephen 9 J. F. Digest of the law of criminal pro- 
cedure in indictable offences. 343 8t4 

Stephen, LesUe. History of English thought in 
the 18th century. 2 v. 102 8t4 

— Hours in a library. 820 813 

— Samuel Johnson. 028.24 J63S 

— ed. Dictionary of national biography, v. 1-2S. 

R020 8t4 

Stephens, A. H. Constitutional view of the late 

war between the states. 342.73 St 4 

Stephens, A. S. Bellehood and bondage. 1 814 

— Bertha^s engagement. 1 St4B 

— Curse of gold. 1 St4C 

— Doubly false. 1 8t4D 

— Fashion and famine. 1 8I4F 

— Gold brick. 1 8I4G 

— Heiress. 1 St4H 

— Lord Hope^s choice. 1 St4Ij 

— Mabel^s mistake. 1 St4M 

— Married in haste. 1 St4Ma 

— Mary Derwent. 1 St4Md 

— Noble woman. 1 St41f 

— Norston's Rest. 1 St41fo 

— Old countess. 1 St40 

— Old homestead. 1 St40i 

— Palaces and prisons. 1 St4P 

— Reigning beUe. 1 St4R 

— Rejected wife. 1 8t4Re 

— Ruby Gray^s strategy. 1 St4Rii 

— Silent struggles. 1 St48 

— Soldier^s orphans. 1 8t4So 

— Wife's secret. 1 St4W 

— Wives and widows. 1 St4 Wi 
Stephens 9 C. A. Camping out series. 6 v. viz. — 

— 1. Camping out. Jl St4C 

— 2. Left on Labrador. Jl St4C2 

— 3. Off to the geysers. J014.01 814 

— 4. Lynx-hunting. Jl St4C4 

— 5. Fox-hunting. Jl 8UC5 

— 6. On the Amazons. Jl 8I4C6 

— Toung moose hunters. Jl 8I4T 
Stephens9 F. G. Memoir of George Cmikihaiik. 

027 C8828 

— Sir Edwin Laodseer. 027 Ii3S 



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STEPHENSON. 



STONE. 



StepheMon, E. T. Hope Meredith. 2 St41H 

— Jeanie's quiet life. 2 St41J 

— Pluisie'gfloar-biii. J2 Til 
Stephennoiiy Gtoorge, and RfObert Mat^uz. 

George and Robert Stephensoa. 026 St41ll 

— Smilxs. Life of Oeorge Stephenson and of his 

son Robert Stephenson. 926 St4Sm 

Stepniaky pseud, Russia under the tzars. 

014.7 St4R 

— Russian peasantry. 014.7 St4Rn 
l^tcmbengy G. M. Photo-micrographs. 778 St4 
Sterne 9 lAurence. Life and opinions of Tristram 

Shandy. 2 v. 2 St4L 

— Story of my uncle Toby. 2 St48 

— Works. 828 St4 

— Traill. Sterne. 028.28 St4 
Stevens, AbeL Madame de StafiL 028.43 Stl 
Stevens, G. T. Three years in the Sixth Corps. 

073.7 St4 

Stevens, J. A. Albert GaUatin. 023.2 613S 

StevenR, Thomas. Around the world on a bicycle. 

2y. 010.8 St4 

Stevenson, A. F. Battle of Stone^s River. 

073.7 St43 
Stevenson , E. I. White cockades. J 1 St45 W 
Stevenson, R. L. Ballads. 821 St4B 

— Black arrow. 2 St42B 

— Chiki's garden of verses. J82 1 St4 

— Familiar studies of men and books. 824 St4F 

— Kidnapped. 2 St42K 

— Master of Ballantrae. 2 St421IIa 

— Memoir of Fleeming Jenkin. 026 J4 1 S 

— Memories and portraits. 824 St IM 

— Merry men, and other tales and fables. 2 St42M 

— New Arabian nights. 2 St42N 

— Prince Otto. 2 8t42P 

— SUverado squatters. 017.05 St4 
— Strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. 

2 St42S 

— Travels with a donkey in the Cevennes. 

014.4 St4 

— Treasure Island. J2 St4T 
-Underwoods. 821 St4U 

— and Osbonme, Lloyd. Wrong box. 2 St42W 
~ and Stevenson, F. V. de G. More new Arabian 

nights; the dynamiter. 2 St42D 

Mevenson, S. H. Boys and girls in biology. 

570 SI4 
Stewart, Aubrey, ed. Homeb. Tale of Troy. 

883.1 St4 
Rtewart, Balfour. Ck>nservation of energy. 

531 St4 
~ Physics. 530 St4 

Ktewart, Henry. Irrigation for farm, garden, and 

orchard. 631 St4 

Htiekney, Albert. True republic. 321.8 SI5 
Stiles, J. C. National controversy. 326 St5 

KtUnson, F. J. (J. S. of Dale.) Crime of Henry 

Vane. 1 SI5C 

— Guemdale. 1 St5G 
~ Sentimental calendar. 1 St5S 



Stirling, M. C. See MacCallnm, M. C. S. 
Stirling- Maxwell, C. E. S. Lost and saved. 

2 St5L 

— Old Sir Douglas. 2 St50 

— Stuart of Dunleath. 2 St5S 
Stock Exchange. See Banks and Banking. 
Stockton, F. R. AmoH Kilbright, and other stories 

1 St6A 

— Ardis Claverden. 1 St6Ar 

— Bee-man of Om, ana other stories. 1 St6B 

— Casting away of Mrs. Leeks and Mrs. Aleshine. 

1 St6C 

— Christmas wreck, and other stories. 1 St6Ch 

— Dusantos. 1 St6D 

— Floating prince. J 1 St6F 

— Great war syndicate. 1 St6G 

— Hundredth man. 1 St6U 

— JoUy fellowship. Jl St6J 

— La<ly , or the tiger ? 1 St6 L 

— Late Mrs. NulL 1 St6La 

— Merry Chanter. 1 St6M 

— Personally conducted. JO 14 St6 

— Round-about rambles. J 502 St6 

— Rudder Grange. 1 St6R 

— Rudder Grangers abroad. 1 St6Rn 

— Stories of the three burglars. 1 St6St 

— Story of Viteau. J 1 StCS 

— Tales out of school. J 1 St6T 

— Ting-a-ling tales. ^ Jl St6Ti 
Stock well, G. S., eomp. Republic of Liberia. 

016.6 St6 
Stoddard, J. L. Red-letter days abroad. 

014 St62 

Stoddard, R H., ed. Anecdotal biography of 

Percy Bysshe SheUey. 028.21 Sh4S 

--ed. Bric-a-brac S3rie8. 10 v. 028 St6 

— ed. Life, letters, and table talk of Benjamin 

Robert Haydon. 027 II 32 

Stoddard, W. O. Among the lakes. Jl St62 

— Chuck Purdy. Jl St62C 

— Crowded out o' Crofield. J 1 St62Cr 

— DabKinzor. Jl St62D 

— George Washington. 023. 1 W27St 

— Gid Granger. J 1 St62G 

— Inside the White House in war times. 

073.7 St6 

—^ Quartet. Jl St62Q 

— SaltiUo boys. Jl St62S 

— Talking leaves. J 1 St62T 

— Two arrows. Jl St62Tw 

— Winter fun. J 1 St62W 
Stokes, A. C. Microscopy for beginners. 578 St6 
Stolen white elephant. Clemens. 817 C502S 
Stone, Isaac. Complete examiner. 428.0 St7 
Stone, J. S. Heart of Merrie England. 014.2 St7 
Stone, R.C. Topical course of study. 371 St7 
Stone, W. L. Life and times of Sa-go-ye-wat^ha, 

or Rod Jacket. 070. 1 R24 

— Life and times of Sir William Johnson. 2 v. 

023.2 J63 

— Life of Joseph Brant. 070. 1 B73 



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Ktone. W. L. — continurd. 

— Poetry aoct history of Wyoming, [Pann.]. 

0T4,8 8tT 

— EeminiBcenoes of Baratogo. 9IT.4T StT 

— ir. Gbij[ik<i. Hemoin, letters, and joanuUe of 

MaJor-GeDtiral RiedeasL 2 v. 933.5 R44 
Su>neheii)tc,p*m(f. See Wahb, J. H. 
Stones ot Qie temple. Field. 24? F45 

Stonwot Venice. Rnskln. 730 R898 

Stories nix jutODUiiala. Jackson. J5S1.5 J13 
Stories ii)k>iit nniuiaR Reld. 501.5 R37 

Stories from the Bible. Charcli. 230.93 C47 
Stories from tho Greek tragedians. Chnrch. 

883 C4r 
Stories from the lips of the Teacher. Protbing- 

bam. J233 F93 

StorieM of adrenture. Hale. J010.8 HIS 

Stories ot art and artists. Waters. 937 W318 
Stories of dlanvery. Hale. J910.4 HI3 

Stories ot Invention. Hale. JA08 HIS 

Storiei ot other lands. Jofaonnot. J909 Je6 
Stories of ourcouDtry. Johonnot. JOTS J66 
Stories of the gorilla country. Do Challln. 

J916.7 DSSS 
Stories of Uie Old Dominion. Cooke, 

075.5 CTT8 
Stories of tiie patriarchs. FruthiQKham. 

J320.93 F03 
Stories of the saints. Cb'enawetb. J0Z2 C43 
Stories of the sea. Hale. J010.4 H13S 

Stories of the tropin. Resemeres. JOIO.S B40 
Stories of war. Hale. J073.7 H13 

Storm. De Foe. in 828 U36 

Btonnonth, James. Dlcticmary of tbe Pinglish 

IniiKii"!:.'. n423 St7 

Hlorma. s,:- Meleoralogy. 
Story Ji-T-i'li. r,.;]iiin.(iij,n.*i on the ConatltJitlon 

4.f 111,, riiit.vl si:iti-^. 343.73 St7 

— Familiar eipoaition of the Constitution of the 

United States. 342.73 St7F 

Story, W, W. Piammctta, I 8tT24 

— Roba di Koma. 2v. 914.5 StT 
Story book of science. Fanner. J500 F32 
Story of a mountain. Lawrence, Uiu:le, pseud. 

J9I4.B4 1A3 
Story of active service In foreign lands ; by an 
Edinbargh boy. 047 Ed4 

Story of Alexander's empire. If ahaSy. 

938 H37St 
Story of ancient Egypt. Rawlinson. D33 RIO 
Story of ..\ffiyrla. Ragozin, 035 R13 

Story of Boston. (Oilman. 074.4 G43 

Story of Carthage. Chnrch. 935 C47 

Story of Chaldeo. Rnsoxln. 035 RISC 

Story of Early Brlbdn. Chnrch. 943 C47 

Story ot Qermany. lionid and (illman. 

043 C73 
Story of Ooethe'D lite. I^wet. 038.33 G55L 
Storr of Qreece. Harrison. 038 1134 

Story of Holland. Rofers. 049.3 R63 

Story of Hungary. Vainb^y. 043 V35 



Story Of Ireland. Lawless. 041.S U2 

Story ot Kentucky Connelly.. 97«.9 CT6 
Story of liberty Coffin. J331 C«5 

Story ot l.misuHia. Thompson. 976.3 T3T 
Story of Media, Babylon, and Penia. Rafosln. 

035 RI2M 
Story ot medisval France. Masson. »44 M38 
Story of Mexico. Hale. 972 HIS 

Story ot music. Henderson. 780.9 H38 

Storr ot music and muildana, for yomig readera 



Andersen. 



Lillie. 
Story of my It 

Story of Npw V.irk. Itroiik^. 
Story of iNumav. Bii>escn. 
Story of Ohio. Riack. 
Story of Persia. Benjamin. 
Story of l'l,M'i)i.'iii. Rmvliufuii 
Story of Roland. Raldwin. 
Story of Bome. (Oilman. 
Story of BuEBla. Morfill.' 
Story of Scotland. Hackinlosl 
Story of Siegfried. Baldtrin. 
Story ot^jiaJii. Hull'. 
Story of the Americai 



J780 Le2 
033.30 An3 
J074.7 B70 



077.1 BS6 

S35 B43 

930 R19 

398.3 BI9R 

037 G43 

947 H81 

941 MIO 

308.3 B19 

940 H13 

Indian. R rooks. 

070.1 B7e 
Storyot the American laUar. Brooks. 

973 B79S 
Story of the American aoldler. Brook*. 

973 B79BO 
Story of the Barbary oorsairs. Poole. 001 P78 
Story of the city of New York. Todd. 

0T4.71 TSe 
Story of ttie earth and man. Dawson. 550 D33 
Story of the Oolden A^-t^ Baldwin. 393 BIOS 
Story of the Goths. Brndley. 043 B72 

Story of the great imknU. NicholH. 073.7 NSI3 
Story ot the heavens. Ball. 023 B3I 

Story of the hymns. Botlcrworth. 345 BOS 
Story of the Jews. IIiiMniT. 033 HT9 

Story of the life ot Queen Victoria. Tmlloch. 

J033.1 V6eT 
Story ot the manuscripln. Merrill. 230.0 M5S 
Story of the Moors in Hp&in. Poole. 046 P78 
Story oftheNlger. Richnrdxon. 016.6 R39 
Story ot the Nomuuis. Jewett. 940 J55 

Story of the Paalms. Van Dyke. 333.3 V38 
Story of the rear column. Jameson. 916,7 J33 
Story of the resurrection. Fnraeas. 332 F98 
Story of the Sainoens. Gllman. 953 (;43 

Story of the United States navy. lAmainB. 

J073 L89S 
Story of Tnrkey. Poole. 049.6 P7S 

Story of Vermont. Heaton. 074.3 H35 

Story of Washington. Todd. 975.3 TS« 

Story of WiscoQslii. Thwaite*. 977.5 T43 
Story that transformed the worid. Stead. 

793 sta 

Slonghlon, John. EUstory ot religionin England. 

e v. 274.3 St7 

— WlUiam WUberforoB. 933.3 W«4 



STOWE. 



SUNDAY, 



Stowe, C. E. History of the books of the Bible. 

220.95 SIT 

— life of Harriet Beecher Stowe. 928.13 St7 
Stowe, Bdwin. Velasquez. 927 V54 
Stowe»H. B. Agnes of Sorrenta 1 St7A 

— Bible beroiiies. 922 St7 

— Chimney-comer. 170 St 7 

— Dog's mission. Jl St7D 

— Dred;ataleoftheGreatDismalSwamp. 1 St7D 

— Flowers and fruit from [her] writings ; selected 

by A. H. Fairfield. 818 St7 

— Footsteps of the Master. 232 St7 

— House and home pi^pers. 640 St7 

— Little foxes. 173 St7 

— Little Pussy Willow.— Minister's watermelons. 

Jl St7L 

— Lives and deeds of self-made men. 923 Sl7 

— May flower, and miscellaneous writings. 1 St71II 

— Minister's wooing. 1 St7Jlfi 

— MywifeandL 1 St71llr 

— Oldtown folks. 1 St70 

— FkUmetto leaves. 917.59 St7 

— Pearl of Orr's Island. 1 St7Pe 

— Poganuc people 1. St7Po 

— Queer Uttle people. Jl St7Q 

— Sam Lawson's Oldtown fireside stories. 1 St7S 

— Uncle Tom's cabin. 1 St7U 

— We and our neighbors. 1 St7W 
•— Stows, C. £. Life of Harriet Beecher Stowe. 

928.13 St7 
Strabo. Geography; tr. by H. C. Hamilton. 

888.9 H18 

Strange dwellings. Wood. 591 W85S 

Strange stories from history for young people. Eg- 

gleston. J909 Eg3 

Stray leaves from strange literature. Heam. 

398 H35St 

Slieckl^iM, Adolph. Castle Hohenwald. 3 St8C 

— Quicksands. ^ 3 St8Q 

— Tooridi. 3 St8T 
Stredder, Eleanor. Archie's find. J2 St8A 
Strength of materials and structures. Anderaon. 

620 An2 
Strickland, Agnes. Ancient history. 930 St8 

— Life of Mary, Queen of Scots. 2 v. 923.1 M36S 

— Lives of the queens of England. 6 v. 923.1 St8 
Strong, J. B. Chikl-life in many lands. J 1 St8C 
'fikrong, Josiah. Our country. 321.8 St8 
Strong drink and tobacco smoke; the structure, 

growth, and usee of malt, hope, yeast, and to- 
bacco. Prescott. 581 P92 
Stmctnre and habits of spiders. Emerton. 

595.4 Em3 
Stmctnre of animal life. Agassiz. 590 AglS 
Strassy H. W. Ring-riding. 798 St8 

StnartyEsme. Kestell of Greystone. 2 St9K 

— Vicomte's bride. 2 St9V 
Stnart, Gilbert. Mason. Life and works of Gil- 
bert Stuart. 927 St9 

Stnart,H.V. Egypt after the war. 916.2 St9 



Stabbs, William. Constitutional history of Eng- 
land. 3 v. 342.42 St9 
— Early Plantagenets. 942 St9 
Student; or, Fireside friend. Phelps. 376 P51S 
Studies from life. Craik. 824 C84S 
Studies in Bryant; ed. by Joseph Alden. Bryant. 

811 P84S 
Studies in English literature. Swinton. 

820 Sw5 
Studies in song. Swinburne. 821 Sw6St 

Studies in spectrum analysis. Lockyer. 544 LSI 
Studies in the Arthurian legend. Rhys. 

398.2 R34 
Studies of Paris. Amicis. 914.4 Am5 

Studies of the Greek poets. Symonds. 2 v. 

880 Sy6 
Study of Hawthorne. Lathrop. 813 H31 

Study of rocks. Rntley. * 552 R93 

Study of Shakespeare. Swinburne. 822.3 Sw6 
Study of sociology. Spencer. 307 Sp3 

StnrgiSy J. R.. Ck>medy of a country house. 

2 St92C 
Stuyvesanty Peter. Abbott. Peter Stuyvesant. 

923.5 St9 
Stwin 9 Adam, pseud. iSee Richardson, James. 
Subjection of women. Mill. 396 M 59 

Sublime and beautifuL Burke. 704 B91 

Sublime in nature. Tngnot de Lanoye. 

551 T81 
Subterranean world. Hart wig. 551 H25 

Suburban sketches. Howells. 818 U83 

Success and its conditions. Whipple. 814 W58S 
Sue, M. J., ccUled Eugene. Arthur. 4 Su2A 

— Mysteries of Paris. 4 Sn2M 

— Wandering Jew. 4 Sn2W 
Snetoninsy T. C. Lives of the twelve Caesars. 

923.1 Sn2 
Suez canal. I^esseps. 626 L56 

Suggestions for house decoration. Garrett. 

645 G19 

Suicide. Morselli. 131 M83 

Sullivan, A. M. New Ireland. 914.15 Sn5 

Snilivan , T. R. Day and night stories. 1 Sn5 

Sully, James. Illusions. 133 Sn5 

Sully, M. de B. Due de. Memoirs. 4 v. 944 Su5 

Snlpicia. Satires; tr. by Lewis Evans. 877 Evl 

Summer in Norway. Caton. 914.8 C29 

Summer in the Azores. Baker. 914.69 B17 

Snmmerland sketches. Oswald. 917.2 089 

Sumner, Charles. Memoir and letters; ed. by E. 

L. Pierce. 2 v. 923.2 Sn6 
Sumner, W. G. Andrew Jackson. 2 v. 

923.1 J 12 

— What social classes owe to each other. 304 Sn6 
Sun. GuiLXJEMUN. The sun. 523.7 G94 

— Proctor. Bun-views of the earth. 525 P94 

— Young. The sun. 523.7 Y8 

Se^ aUo Astronomy. 
Sunday at home. 18 v. R205 Sn7 

Sunday Schools. Vincknt. Modem Sunday 
school. 268 V74 



(209 



SUNLIGHT. 



SYSTEM. 



Sunlight and shadow. Gongh. 028.15 G72S 
Sunshine and showers. Steinmetz. 551*5 St3 
Sunshine and storm in the East Brassey. 

910.4 B73S 
Superstitions. Jonss. Finger-ring lore. 

391 J73 

— Wii.DE. Ancient cures, charms, and usages of 

Ireland. 398.3 W64 

See also Folk»lore. 
Suttner, A. G. von. Djambek, the Gleorgian. 

3 Su8D 
Swaine, S. A. Turner, the artist 927 T85S 
Swan 9 Charles, tr. Gesta Romanorum; or. Enter- 
taining moral stories. 879.3 G33 
Swan and her crew. Davies. 590 D28 
Swayne, G. C. Herodotus. 888.1 Sw2 

— Same. 888.1 Sw2H 
Sweden. Akdebskn. Pictures of travel in Sweden. 

914.3 An2 

— Badekkr. Handbook for travellers. 

914.8 B14 

— BUCKUEY. Midnight sun. 914 B85 
Sweden borgy Emanuel. White. Life of Emanuel 

Swedenborg. 922 Sw3W 

Sweet Cicely. HoUey. 817 H72Sw 

Surveying. Gribble. Preliminary survey and 

estimates. 526 G87 

— Johnson. Theory and practice of surveying. 

526.9 J62 
Sweetner, M. F. Artist-biographies. 5 v. 

927 Sw3 
SwettyJohn. Methods of teaching. 371 Sw4 
Swett, Sophie. Captain Polly. Jl Sw4C 

Swift, A. M. Cupid, M. D. 1 Sw5 

Swift, Jonathan. Choice works in prose and verse. 

828 Sw5 

— GulUver^ travels. 827 Sw5 
--Same. rev. ed. 827 Sw5W 

— Works. 828 Sw5W 
Swift, J. F. Robert Greathouse. 1 Sw52R 
Swinburne, A. C. Atlanta in Calydon. 822 Sw6 

— BothweU. 3v. 822 SwGB 

— Chastelard. 822 Sw6C 

— Erechtheus. 822 SwGE 

— Essays and studies. 824 Sw6 

— George Cliapman. 928.21 C37 

— Note on Charlotte Bronte. 928.23 N51S 

— Poems and ballads. 2 v. 821 Sw6P 

— Queen-mother and Rosamond. 822 Sw6Q 

— Songs before sunrise. 821 Sw6S 

— Songs of the springtides. 821 Sw6Sn 

— Songs of two nations. 821 SwGSo 

— Studies in song. 821 SwOSt 

— Study of Shakespeare. 822.3 Sw6 

— William Blake. 927 B58S 
Swinburne, J. Practical electrical measurement. 

537.8 Sw6 



Swing, David. Clubessaya 814 Swl 

<*Swinfiu' round the drkle." Locke* 

817 Ii79Sw 
S win ton, R. B. Chess for begimien and begin- 
nings of chess. 794 Sir6 

S win ton , William. Campaigns of the Army of the 
Potomac. 973.7 Sw6 

— Decisive battles of the war. 973.7 Sw6D 

— Studies in English Uterature. 820 Sw5 

— and Catiicart, G. R., ed. Book of tales. 

808 Sw6 
Swisshelm, J. G. Half a century. 2 t. 

928.1 Sw6 
Switzerland. History. 

— Huo and Stead. SwitBerland. 949.4 H87 

Travels. 

— Arnold. Gleanings from Poatresina and the 

Upper Engadine. 914.94 Ar6 

— Bremer. Life in the old world ; Switnrland and 

Italy. 2v. 914 B75 

— Crowninshield. Ignoramusea. J914.9 C88 

— Daunt. Crag, glacier, and avalanche. 

914.94 D36 

— Lawrence, UncU^ paeud. Story of a mountain. 

914.94 I«43 

— T7NDALJ«. Hours of exercise in the Alps. 

914.94 T97 
Sybaris and other homes. Hale. 334 H13 

Sybel, Heinrich von. Founding of the German £Sm- 
pire. V. 1, 2. 943 8yl 

Sylvan year. Hamerton. 590 HI 78 

Symbolical methods of study. Boole. 204 B64 
Symbolism. Waters. Handbook of Christian 
symbols. 755 W31C 

Symbolism ; or, liind— mattoiv-language. Hai^. 

100 H12 
Sylvester, W. A. Modem house carpenter's com- 
panion. 694 8y5 
Symonds, J. •A. Renaissance in Italy. 709 Sy6 

— Shelley. 928.21 Sii48y 

— Sir Philip Sidney. 923.5 8118 

— Sketches in Italy and Greece. 914 8y6 

— Studies of the Greek poets. 2 v. 880 8y<l 
Synonyms. Crabb. Synoaymes. 424 C84 

See also English I^aagnage. 
Synopsis of English and American literatnra. 
' Smith. 820 8ai5 

Synthetic philosophy of expression. Brown. 

808.5 B81 

Sypher, J. R., and Apgar, E. A. School history 

of New Jersey. 974.9 Sy7 

Syria. Dawson. Egypt and Syria. 220 D32 

— Hale. Family flight over Egypt and Syria. 

J916.2 HIS 
System of the Stan. Gierke. 523.8 C59 



(300 



T. 



TAVLOR. 



^^N<- - 



T 



T.,M.W. Heroic ballads. 821 Til 

Tabor, EUjbl See Stephenson, E. (T.) 
Tachyfraphy. See Shorthand. 
Tacitns* Works ; Oxford traiislatian. 878.6 Ox2 

— DoNirx. Ttudtns. 878.6 D69 
Taiae, H. A. Andent regime. 044 T13 

— French Re^olutioo. Sv. 944 T13F 

— History of English literature. 2y. 830 T13 

— Italy ; Florence and Venice. 914.5 T13 

— Italy ; Rome and Naples. 914.5 T13R 

— Lectores on art 3y. 701 T13 

— Modem regime. 944 T131II 

— Notes on EngUmd. 914.2 T13 

— Notes on Paris. 914.4 T13 

— On intelligence. 2y. 151 T13 

— Toor through the Pyrenees 914.6 T13 
Tialdgrafy. See Shorthand. 

Talbot, C. R. Double masquerade. 1 T14 

Tale of Trc^ ; ed. by Aubrey Stewart. Homer. 

883.1 St4 
Tales from Ariosto ; retold for children, by a lady. 

Ariosto. J851 Ar4T 

Tales from RngUsh history in prose and verse. 

Rolfe. 942 R64 

Tftles from the Norse grandmother, (Elder E^lda). 

Lamed. 839.6 Ed22 

Tales of a grandfather. Scott. 941 Sco8 

Tales of a wayside inn. Longfellow. 811 L86T 
Tales of Eling Arthur. Farrington. 

J398.2 F24 
Tales of the genii. Ridley. 892.7 R43 

Tales of the pathfinders. Gilman. 970 G42 
Talks about hibor. Lamed. 331 L32 

Talks by the seashore. Charch. 591 C47 

Talks to young men. Collyer. 170 C69 

Talks with my boys. Mowry. J 170 M87 

Talleyrand*P^rigord, C. M., Prince de. Ck>r- 

reqxmdenoe of Prince Talleyrand and King 

Louis XVm. 846 T14 

Talmage, T. D. Crumbs swept up. 818 T14 
Tamenaga Shnnsoi. Loyal Romans. 895 T15 
Taming of the direw ; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. Shak* 

speare. 822.33 R28 

Taadon, Moquin. World of the sea. 591 T15 
Taaaer-boy ; a life of U. 8. Grant. Denison. 

923.1 G76D 
TasBia, jMSttd. See Fraaer, Jessie. 
Tasso, Torquato. Jerusalem deliyered ; tr. by J. 

H.Wiffln. 851 T18 

Taaatoay Jfojs.— iVMio Library, Catalogue. 

R017 T19 

— 1st, ad Supplement. R017 T19S 
Taatpboeas, J. (M.) Baroness. At odds. 2 T19 

— Initials. 2 T19I 

— quits, 2 T19Q 



Taxation. Baxteb. Taxation of the United 
Kingdom. 336 B33 

— DowsLL. History of taTation and taxes in Eng- 

land. 4 v. 336 D76 

— Roberts. Government revenue. 336 R54 
Taxidermy. Brown. Taxidermist's Jounud. 

579 B81 

— Mahton. Taxidermy without a teacher. 

579 M31T 

— Matitard. Natualist*s guide. 579 M45 
Taylor y Bayard. At home and abroad. 

910.8 T21 

— Beauty and the beast —Tales of home. 1 T2 1 B 

— Boys of other countries. Jl T21 

— By-ways of Europe. 914 T21 

— Egypt and Iceland in the year 1874. 916.2 T21 

— Eldorado. 917.94 T21 

— Hannah Thurston. 1 T21H 

— India, China, and Japan. 915 T21 

— John Gk)dfrey*s fortunes. 1 T21 J 

— Joseph and his friend. 1 T21Jo 

— Lake regions of Central Africa. 916.7 T21 

— Northern travel 914 T21N 

— Prophet. 812 T21 

— Story of Kennett. 1 T21S 

— Travels in Central Asia. 915.16 T21 

— Travels in Greece and Russia. 914 T21T 

— Views afoot. 914 T21V 

— ed, Japan in our day. 915.2 T21 

— ed. Lands of the Saracens. 915.6 T21 

— ed. Travels in Arabia. 915.3 T21 

— ed. Travels in South Africa. 916.8 T21 

— Taylor, M. (H.), and Scuddxr, ed. Life and 

letters of Bayard Taylor. 2 v. 928.11 T21 
Taylor, B. F. Between the gates. 917.94 T212 
Taylor, B.G. Sardonyx seal. 1 T212S 

Taylor, Franklin. Primer of pianoforte playing. 

786 T21 
Taylor, George, pseud. See Hansrath, Adolf. 
Taylor, Isaac. History of the transmission of 
ancient books to modem times. 010 T21 

— Origin of the Aryans; an account of the prehis- 

toric ethnology and civilisation of Europe. 

572 T21 
Taylor, Jeremy. Holy living and dying. 240 T21 
Taylor, J. E. Playtime naturalist J590 T21 
Taylor, J. T. Photographic amateur. 770 T21 
Taylor, Meadows. Tara; a Mahratta tale. 

2 T21T 
Taylor, M. (H.), and Scadder, H. E., ed. Life 
and letters of Bayard Taylor. 2 v. 

928.11 T21 
Taylor, S. H. Method of classical study, illus- 
trated by question^, 375 T21JII 



1^) 



TAYLOR. 



TERHUlfE. 



TaflOFy S. U,—eonttnueit. 

— Classical study ; illuftratod by eztractB from emi- 

nent writere. 375 T31 

Taylor, W. H. Four years with General Lee. 

973.7 T21T 
Taylor^ W. M. Daniel, the beloved. 

230.92 D22T 

— David, King of lirael. 220.92 D2aT 

— EUjah, the prophet 220.92 EUT 

— Peter, the ApoeUe. 220.92 P44 
Teachers and Teaching. Abbott. Teacher. 

371 'Ab2 

— Baldwin. Art of school management. 371 B19 

— Barnard. Oral training. 372 B25 

— Burton. Culture of the observing faculties. 

372 B95 
-De Graff. School room guide. 371.3 D3G 

— FowuE. Teacher's institutes. 371 F82 

— HoLBROOK. School management. 371.5 H69 

— Rowland. Practical hints for the teachers of 

public schools. 371 H84 

— Jemtxll. School government. 371.5 J54 

— NoRTHEND. Teacher and the parent. 379 N81 

— NoRTHSND. Teacher's assistant. 371 N81 

— Page. Theory and practice of teaching. 

371 P14 

— Parker. How to study geography. 371.3 P22 

— Payne. School supervision. 371 P29 

— Phelps. Teacher's handbook. 371 P51 

— PiCKARD. School supervision. 371 P58 

— Potter and Ekerson. School and the school- 

master. 371 P85 

— Root. Scho(^ amusements. 371 R67 

— Stone. Topical course of study. 371 St7 

— Swett. Methods of teaching. 371 Sw4 

— Thrino. Theory and practice of teaching. 

371 T41 

— Welch. Ob ject lessons. 372 W44 

— Wells. Graded course of instruction for public 

schools. 371 W46 

See cd9o Education. 
Technical arithmetic and mensuration. Merri* 

eeld. 511 M55 

Tefll, B. F. Life of Daniel Webster. 2 v. 

923.2 W39T 
Tegg, William. WiUs of their own. 347.0 T23 
Telegraph. Preece. Telegraphy. 054 P91 

— Prescott. Electricity and tiie electric telegraph. 

2v. 537.8 P92E1 

— Tbrrt. Telegraphic apparatus. 654 T27 

See aUo Electricity. 
Telephone. Dolbear. Telephone. 537.8 D68 

— LocKWOOD. Practical information for telepho- 

nists. 537.8 L.78P 

— Preece and Maier. Telephone. 537.8 P91 

— Prescott. Electric telephone. 537.8 P92E 

— Prescott. Speaking telsphone. 537.8 P92S 

See also Electricity. 
Telescope. Ward. 523 W21 

*< Tell it all "; an autobiography. Stenhonse. 

920 St4 



TelletyRoy. Outcasts. 2 T230 

Temperance and Intemperance. Haborkaves. 

Our wasted resources. 178 H22 

— Hunt. Alcohol as a food and medicine. 

613 H91 

— Macnish. Anatomy of drunkenneoL 178 M23 

— Parton. Smoking and drinking. 178 P25 

— Pitman. Alcohol and the state. 178 P68 

— Richardson. Ten lectures on alcohoL 

613 1139 
Tempest ; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. Shakspeai^. 

822.33 R29 

Ten boys who lived on the roadfrom long ago. Aa« 

drews. J923 Ab2 

Ten days ip Spain. Field. 914.6 F452 

Ten dollars enough. Nitsch. 641 1V63T 

Ten great events in history. Johonnot. 

909 J66T 

Ten great religions. Clarke. 290 €55 

Ten years in Washington. Hadsoa. 917.3 H86 

Ten nessee. Gilmore. Advance guard of Western 

civilization. 976.8 G43 

— Gilmore. John Sevier as a commanwealtii- 

builder. 976.8 G42J 

— Gilmore. Rear-guard of the Revolution. 

Ir76.8 642R 
Tenney, Sanborn. Manual of soology. 590 T25 

— and Tenney 9 A. A. Natural history of aninmla. 

590 T25N 
Tennyson 9 Alfred, Banm, Complete works. 

821 T25 

— Queen Mary. 822 T25i| 

— Young people^s Tennyson; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. 

J821 T25R 

— Walters. In Tennyson Iiuid. 914.2 W17 
Tent and saddle life in the Holy Land. Van 

Home. 915.69 V31 

Tenting on the pkdns. Caster. 917.8 C96T 
Terence. Ck>medie6; tr. by H. T. RHey. 

8711.5 R45 

— Ck)LLiNS. Plautusand Terence. <» 877.7 WI4 
Terhane, M. V. (H.) {Marion HaHand,) Alone. 

1 T27 

— Athist. 1 T27A 

— Empty heart. 1 T27E 

— From my youth up. 1 T27Pr 

— Handicapped. 1 T27II 

— Helen Ghirdner's wedding day. 1 T27He 

— Hidden path. 1 T27Ui 

— Husbands and homes. 1 T27IIq 

— Jessamine. 1 T27 J 

— Judith. 1 T27JQ 

— Miriam. 1 T27M 

— Moa9-Side. 1 T37Mo 

— My little love. 1 T27My 

— Nemesis. 1 T27N 

— Phemie*s temptation. 1 T27P 

— Ruby's husband. 1 T27R 

— Sunnybank. 1 T278 

— True as steel. 1 T27T 

— With the best intentiona 1 TS7W 



(aoG) 



TERRY. 



THEOLOGY. 



Terry, A. C, and Finn, William. DlastraAiaiia 
anddescriptiaEiB of telegraphic apparatus. 

654 TJI7 

Testimony of the rocks. Miller. 315 M61T 

T^as. Bangbovt. North American states and 

Texas. R970 B22 ¥.15-16 

— HiTOHXS, eci. G. T.T.; Gone to Texas. 

017.64 H87 

— MgDarield. Texas, the coming empire. 

017.64 5114 
Text-book of chemistry. Cooley. 540 C773 
Text-book of descriptive mineralogy. Bauer* 

mail. 549 B32D 

Ttoxt-book of mechanics. Wright. 531 W93 
Text-book of mineralogy. Dana. 540 D19T 
Text-book of structural and physiological botany. 

Thom6 and Bennett. 581 T36 

Text-book of systematic mineralogy. Baaerman. 

540 B32S 

Thackeray, A. I. See Ritchie, A. I. (T.) 
Thackeray, W. M. Adventures of Philip.— 

Shabby genteel story. 2 T32 

-. Ballads.— Rose and the ring. 828 T32Ba 

— > Book of snobs. — Sketches and travels in London. 

— Denis DuvaL 828 T32Bo 

— Book of snobs.— Sketches of life and character. 

828 T32B 

— Bnrtosqnes. 828 T32Ba 

— Catharine.— Christmas books, etc. 2 T32C 

— Catharine. — ^Lovel, the widower.— Denis DuvaL 

2 T32C2 

— Christmas books. 2 T32Ch 

— Christmas books.— Book of snobs. 2 T32Ch2 

— Christmas 8torie8.—Ballads.— Tales. 2 T32Ch3 

— Contributtons to Punch. 828 T32C 

— Early and late papers. 828 T32E 

— Extracts frcxn the writings of W. M. Thackeray. 

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— Four Georges.— English humorists.- Roundabout 

piq)ers,etc. 828 T32Fo 

— Four Georges.— English humorists.— Sketches and 

travels in London. 828 T32F 

— Great Hoggarty diamond.— Samuel Titmarsh, etc. 

2 T32G 

— Henry Esmond. 2 T32H 

— Henry Esmond. — Catharine. — Denis Duval. — 

Lovel, the widower. 2 T32U3 

— Henry Esmond.— Lovel, the widower. 2 T32H2 

— Henry Esmond. — Memoirs of Barry Lyndon. 

2 T32H4 

— Memoirs of Barry Lyndon. — Denis Duval. 

2 T32M3 

— Memoirs of Barry Lyndon.— Great Hoggarty 

diamond, and other stories. 2 T32M 

» Memoirs of Mr. C. J. Tellowplush.- Fitsboodle 

papers.— Wolyes and the lamb. — Stories and 

dutches. 828 T321II 

— Misnellaniea 2 T32M2 

— NewooQies. 2 T32N 



Thackeray, W. K.^-coniinued, 
-- Paris sketch book.— Irish sketch book. -^Kotes of 
a journey from Ccimhill to Grand Cairo» 

828 T321P 

— Paris sketch book.-^Memoirs of Mr* Charles J. 

Yellowpluah.— Irish sketch book.— Kotes of a 
Journey from Comhill to Grand Cairo. 

828 T32Pa 

— Pendennis. 2 T32P 

— Rose and the ring* 2 T32R 

— Roundabout papers.- Four Georges. — English 
' humorists. 828 T32Ro 

— Thackeray ana; notes and anecdotes, illustrated 

by sketches. 828 T32T 

--Vanity fair.— Lovel, the widower. 2 v. 2 T32V 

— Virginians. 2 T32Vi 

— Trollops. Thackeray. 928.23 T32 
Thalheimer, M. £. Ancient history. 930 T32 

— Eclectic history of the United States. 973 T32 

— Mediaeval and modem history. 909 T32]lf 

— Outline of general history. 909 T32 
Thanety Octave, psetid. See French 9 Alice. 
Thaxter, C. L. Among the Isles of Shoals. 

917.42 T33 

— Poems for children. J8 1 1 T33 
Thayer, W. M. From tannery to the White House ; 

the life of Ulysses S. Grant. 923. 1 G76T 

Thearle, S. J. P. Modem practice of ship build- 
ing in iron and steeL 2v. 699 T34 

ContenU. 
y. 1. Text. 8. I'lotvH. 

— Naval architecture; building ships, etc. 2 v. 

699 T34N 

Content*. 
y. 1. Text. ». Plat«B. 

— Theoretical naval architecture. 2 v. 699 T34T 

(\mt^nts. 
y. 1. Text. e. Plates and tables. 

Theatre. FrrzGSRAU). Romance of the English 

stage. 792 F57 

Theatre of the Greeks. Donaldson. 882 D71 

Theatnim historicum et chronologicum. Uelwig. 

R902 H30 

Theistic argument. Diman. 211 D59 

Thcodoret. History of the Church from a. d. S22 

to A. D. 427. 270.2 T34 

Theognis. Works; tr. by J. Banks. 

in 883.2 B22 

— Davdes. Hesiod and Theognis. 883.2 D28 

— Same. 883.2 D28II 
Theology. Allen. Continuity of Christian 

thought. 200 A15 

— Arthur. Tongue of fire. 231 Ar7 

— BuSHNELL. Nature and the supernatural. 

231 B96 

— Cook. Occident. 230 C770 

— Cook. Orthodoxy. 230 C770r 

— Crooks and Hurst. Theological encyclopeedia 

and methodology. R202 C88 

— EWALD. Revelation. 230 £wl 

— MoCosH. Method of the Divine government. 

231 JII13 



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THREB. 



'Vhe^t^ef—^otUinutid, 

— MuLFORfi. Itetmblk af €ki4 Ml M89 

— MuNOKR. Freedom of faitk. 51^4 MM 

— T6l«t6i. My religion. 230 ¥58 

See also Doctrinal Theolo^ ;— Do§^iiiat- 

ics ;— Natural Theolo^^ 

Theon. Roach. 811 R53 

Theoretical and practical boiler maker. Nich- 

olU. 621.1 N51 

Theoretical naval architecture. 2 y. Thcarle. 

699 T34T 
Theories of Darwin. Schnid. 675 Sch51 

Theory and praotioe of nayigation. Evers. 

656 Eir2T 
Theory and practice of sorveying. Johnton. 

526.9 J62 
Theory and practice of teaching. Page. 

371 P14 
Theory and practice of teaching. Thring. 

371 T41 

Theory of foreign exchange. Goschen. 332 G69 
Theory of heat. Maxwell. 536 M45 

Theory of preaching. Phelps. 251 P51T 

Theory of somid in its relation to music. Blasema. 

534 B61 
Theosphy. SnmsTT. Esoteric Buddhism. 

212 Si6 
There was once a man. Newell. 817 N44 

Thenriety Andr^. Song birds and seasons. 

R598.2 T34 

Thibet. Wilson. Abode of snow. 915.4 W69 

Tiiiersy L. A. Ck>nsulate and empire of France 

under Napoleon. 5 y. 944 T34 

— Le Goft. Life of Louis Adolphe Thiers. 

923.2 T34 
Things not generally known. Wells. 500 W45 
Thirl wall 9 Connop. History o£ Greece. 2 y. 

938 T34 
Thirty years in the harem. Melelc-Hanam. 

920.7 M48 
Thirty years' yiew. Benton. 320.97 B44 

Thirty Years' War. See Germany. History, 
Thomas k Kempis. Imitation of Christ 

240 T36 
Thomasy Annie. See Cadlip, A. (T.) 
Thomas, Bertha. House on the scar. 2 T36H 
Thomas, Chauncey. Crystal button. 1 T36C 
Thomas, G. H. Johnson. Memoir of George H. 
Thomas. 923.5 T36 

Thomas, Joseph, oomp. Lippinoott's universal 
pronouncing dictionary of biography and my- 
thology. R920 L66 
Thom^, O. W., and Bennett, A. W. Text-book 
of structural and physiological botany. 

581 T36 
Thompson, D. P. Green mountain boys. 

1 T372G 

Thompson, E. W. Beaten paths. 914 T37 

Thompson, Sir Henry. {Pen Oliver.) Charley 

Kingston's aimt 2 T37 



Thompson, L. O. Nineteen Christian 

Thompson, Matirioe. Tallabasse girL 
'- Story of Louisiana. 9 

ThompiOflf&P, Elementary lesBonsii 
and magnetitoL 

— Lectures on the electro-magnet. 
Thompson, W. T. {Major Jones,) J* 

and other sketches. 

— Major Jones* courtship and trayels. 8 
Thomson, C. W. Depths of the sea. 
Thomson, J. L. War of 1812 and War yn 

Thomson, James. Poetical works. 
Thomson, Jotteph. To the Central Af 
and back. 2 y. 9 

Thomson, Spencer. Wayside weeds. 
Thomson, W. M. Land and the Book. 

9 
Thorean, H. D. Cape Cod. 917. 

— Excursions. 917, 

— I/etters to various persons. € 

— Maine woods 91 

— Walden. 917,^ 

— Week on the Concord and Merrimac r 

917.4 

— Yankee in Canada. 8 

— Japp. Thoreau; his life and aims. 928 

— Sanborn. Henry D. Thoreau. 928 
Thorpe, Benjamin, ed. Tule-tide stort 

3 
Thorpe , T. E . Manual of inorganic chei 

— Quantitatiye chemical analysis. 

— and Muir, M. M. P. Qualitative chen 

sis and laboratory practice. 
Thonght-hiFes* Cuyler. 
Thoughts* Pascal. 
Thooghts about art Hamerton • 
Thoughts of my dumb neighbors. Bai 

Thoughts on the future civil policy o 
Draper. 

Thousand miles in the Rob Roy canoe. A 

9 
Thousand miles up the Nile. Edward: 

J9] 
Thousand miles^ walk acrosH South 

Bishop. 
Threads of knowledge. Carey. 
Three books of offices; tr. by C. Y. 

Cicero. 8' 

Three cruises of the steamer Blake. 2 v. 

Three essays on religion. Mill. 
Three kings. McLanathan. 
Three men in a boat. Jerome. 8S 

Three months in power. Lamartine. 9 
Three Vaasar girls at home. Champne 

9 



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TOOVEY, 



Three Vmiunr girls in Italy. Champney* 

914.5 r35 

Three Vaasar girls in Russia and Turkey. Champ- 

ney. 014.7 C35 

Three Vaasar girls in South America. Champney. 

918 C35 
Three Vaasar girls on the Rhine. Champney. 

014.3 C35 
Three villages. Uowells. 017.3 H83 

Three visits to Madagascar. Ellis. 916.9 E15 
Three yean in Arizona and New Maxico. Cozzens. 

• 017.9 C83 
Three years in Japan. Alcock. 015.2 All 

Three years in the Sixth Ck)rp6. Stevens. 

073.7 8t 
Three years of Arctic service. Greely. 

010.8 G81 
Threshold of science. Wright. 530 W03 

Threshold of the unknown region. M arkham. 

010.8 M34 
ThrlA. Smiles. 174 Sm4T 

Thiliigy Edward. Theory and practice of teaching . 

371 T41 
Through a microscope. Wells, and others. 

578 W46 
Through and through the tropics. Vincent. 

010.8 V74 
Through cities and prairie lands. Hardy. 

017.3 H22 
ThroaghPersiaby caravan. Arnold. 015.5 Ar6 
Through Siberia. Lansdell. 015.7 L29 

Through Spain on donkey-back. Bodfish. 

014.G B63 
Through the dark continent. 2 v. Stanley. 

016.7 St2T 
Through the heart of Asia. Bonvalot. 

015.8 B64 
Through the light continent. Saunders. 

017.3 Sa8 

Thucydides. History of the Peloponnesian War ; 

tr. byH. Dale. 2 v. 888.2 D15 

— Ck>LLiNS. Thucydides. 888.2 COO 
Thuuder and lightning. Fonvielle. 537.4 F73 
Thurston, R. H. Growth of the steam-engine. 

621.1 T42 

— Materials of engineering. 8 v. 620 T42 

— Statiauary steam engines. 621 . 1 T42S 
Thwaites, R. G. Historic waterways. 917.7 T42 

— Story of Wisconsin. 077.5 T42 
Tllrallnfl, Albius. Davies. Catullus, Tibullus, 

and Propertius. 874 D28 

TIckell, Thomas. Poetical works. 821 C47 v.2 
Tickmor, George. History of Spanish literature. 

8v. 860 T43 

-Life of William Hickling Pl-esoott 

928.18 P92 
Tleman, M. 8. Jack Homer. 1 T44 J 

TUden, S. J. Cook. Life and public services of 
Samuel J. Tilden. 023 T45 

Tilden, W. A. Introduction to the study of chem- 
ical philosophy. 54 i X45 

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Timayenisy T. T. History of Greece. 2 v. 938 T48 

Timbsy Jolm. Abbeys, castles, and ancient halls of 

England and Wales. 8 v. 014.2 T48 

— Century of anecdote. 808 T48 

— Clubs and club life in London. 914.2 T48C 

— RngHab eccentrics and eccentricities. 

920.8 T48 

Time and tide, by Weare and Tyne. Rnsldn. 

331 R89 

Timon of Athens ; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. Shak* 

speare. 822.33 R30 

Tincker, M. A. By the Tiber. 1 T49 

— Signer Moualdinrs niece. 1 T49S 
rinsmith's helper and pattern book. Vosbnrgh. 

671 V92 
Tintoretto, Giacoma Obleb. Tintoretto. 

927 T49 
Tissandier, Gaston. Wonders of water. 551 T52 
Titcomb, Timothy, pseud. See Uollond, J. G. 
Titian. Heath. Titian. 927 T53 

Tit as Andronicus; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. Shak- 
speare. 822.33 R31 

To Cuba and back. Dana. 917.29 D19 

To the Central African lekes and back. Thomson. 

916.7 T38 
Tocqaeville, A. C. H. C. de. American institu- 
tions. 342.73 T56A 

— Democracy in America. 2 v. 342.73 T56D 

— Old regime and the Revolution . 944 T56 
Toddy C. B. Story of the city of New York. 

974.71 T56 

— Story of Washington. 975.3 T56 
Told after supper. Jerome. 827 J481To 
Tolstdi, Count L. N. Anna Kar^nina. 

891.73 T58A 

— Childhood, boyhood, youth. 891.73 T58C 

— Fruits of culture. 891.72 T58r 

— In pursuit of happiness. 001.73 T58I 

— Long exile, and other stories for children. 

J891.73 T58I. 

— My reUgion ; tr. by H. Smith. 230 T58 

— War and peace. v. 801.73 T58W 
Tomes, Robert Battles of America by sea and 

land. 8v. R973 T59 

— and Smithy B. G. Great CivU War. 3 v. 

973.7 T59 

Tomkins, Edward. Machine construction and 
drawing. 2 v. 621 T59JII 

— Principles 6-! machine construction. 2 v. 

621 T59P 

Tomkinson, E. M. Benjamin Franklin. 

923.2 F85T 

— Sarah Robinson, Agnes Weston, Mrs. Meredith. 

923.6 T59 

Tomlinson, Charles, ed, Cyclopeadia of useful 

arts. 2 v. R603 C99 

Tongue of fire. Arthur. 231 Ar7 

ToovcTy James. C^atalogue of books in various 

languages remarkable for beauty of conf^^.tion. 

R018 T61 



TOPEKA. 



TRAVELS. 



Topekay Kan.— Free Public Library. Catalogue. 

R017 T62 

— 1st Supplement. R017 T62S 
Topeliasy Zachris. The sorgeon^s storieB. 6 v. 

viz. — 

— 1. Times of Guataf Adolf. 839.73 T62S1 

— 2. Times of battle and of rest 839.73 T62S2 

— 3. Times of Charles XU. 839.73 T62S3 

— 4. Times of Frederick I. 839.73 T62S4 

— 5. Times of Linnaeus. 839.73 T62S5 

— 6. Times of alchemy. 839.73 T62S6 
Topical course of study. Stone. 371 St7 
Torrey, Bradford. Birds in the bush. 598.2 T63 
Torrey, Joseph. Theory of fine art. 701 T63 
Toar through the Pyrenees. Taine. 914.6 T13 
Tonrg^y A. W. Appeal to Ceesar. 326 T64 

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— Figs and thistles. 1 T64F 

— FooPs errand. 1 T64Fo 

— Hot plowshares. 1 T64H 

— John Eaz, and other stories. 1 T64J 

— Murvale F^astman. 1 T64M 

— Pactolus Prime. 1 T64P 

— Royal gentleman. 1 T64R 
Toargn^nef. See Targenief. 

Toward the sunrise. Johnston. 910.8 J64 

Tower of BabeL Austin. 822 An7T 

Tow ley G. M. Adventures and conquests of 

Magellan. J910.4 T65 

— Beaeousfleld. 923.2 B35T 

— Certain men of mark. 923 T65 

— Drake, the sea-king of Devon. J923.5 D78 

— England in Egypt. 962 T65 

— History of Henry V. 923. 1 H3952T 

— Marco Polo; his travels and adventures. 

J910.8 T65 

— Nation in a nutshell. 973 T65 

— Pizarro. J923.5 P68 

— Balegh; his exploits and voyages. 

J923.5 R13T 

— Voyages and adventures of Vasco da Gama. 

J923.9 V44 

— Young people^s history of England. J942 T65 

— Young people^s history of Ireland. J94 1 .5 T65 
Town; its memorable characters and events. 

Iluut. 942 H91T 

Townsend^ Calvin. Commercial law. 347.7 T66 
Townsendy E. C. Anecdotes of the Civil War. 

973.7 T66 
Townsend, G. A. (Oath.) Entailed hat. 1 T66E 

— Katy of Catoctin. 1 T66K 

— Washington, outside and inside. 917.53 T66 
Townsendy V. F. But a Philistine. 1 T663 

— Woman's word. 1 T663 W 
Toy, C. H. Quotations in the New Testament. 

220 T66 
TmeVf H. F. Classical geography. 912.3 T66 
Trade. See Commerce. 

Trades. Waite. Boy's workshop. J680 W13 
Tralford, F. G., pseud. See Riddell, C. E. L. (C.) 



TraAon, Adeline. American girl abroad. 

914 T67 

— Dorothy's experience. 1 T67D 
TraiU9H.D. Sterne. 928.28 St4 
Traits of American humor. Halibniton. 

817 HUT 
Tramp abroad. Clemens. 817 C592T 

Tramp trip. Meriwether. 914 M54 

Transcendentalism. Cook. Transcendentalism. 

141 C77 
Transformations of insects. Duncan. 
Transits of Venus. Proctor. 523.9 P94 

Transportation systems in the United States. 

Ringwalt 385 R47 

Travel pictures. Heine. 914.3 H36 

Travellers and outlaws. Higginson. 973 H53T 
Traveller's true tale ; ed. by A. J. Church. 

Lncian. 888.7 €47 

Travelling law-school. Abbott. 340 Ab2T 

916.7 £18 
Travels and discoveries in North and Central 

Africa. 3 V. Barth. 916.6 B28 

— Sanuf. rev. ed. 916.6 B28T 
Travels and observations in the Orient. Harri- 

man. 910.8 H23 

Travels and researches among the lakes and moun- 
tains of Eastern and Central Africa. £lton. 

595.7 D91 
Travels and Voyages. Andrews. Daring voyage 

across the Atlantic. 910.4 An2 

— Benjamin. Atlantic islands as a resort of health 

and pleasure. 910.4 B43 

— Besemeres. Stories of the tropica J910.8 B46 

— Brasset. Around the world in the yacht '*Sun- 

boam.'' 910.4 B73 

— Brahset. In the trades, the tropics, and the 

roaring forties. 910.4 B73I 

— Brasset. Last voyage. 910.4 B73L 

— Brasset. Sunshine and storm in the East. 

910.4 B73S 

— Brooks. Seven months' run around the world. 

910.8 B79 

— Browne. Crusoe's island, CaUfomia and Washoe. 

910.8 B81 

— Bruce. Persons, places, and things. 

J910.8 B83 

— Brtant. Letters of a traveller. 910.8 B84 

— Coffin. Our new way around the world. 

910.4 C65 

— Cox. Orient sunbeams. 910.8 C83 

— Curtis. Dottings round the circle. 910.4 C94 

— Dickens. Pictures from Italy, and American 

notes. 910.8 D55 

— Frost. Half -hours with early explorers. 

J910.8 F92 

— Gk)ODRicH. Ocean story. J 9 10.4 G62 

— QoTTSCUALK. Notes of a pianist 910.8 G71 

— Hale. Stories of adventure. J910.8 HI 3 

— Hale. Stories of discovery. J910.4 H13 

— Hale. Stories of the sea. J910.4 II 13IS 



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TREES. 



Travels and Yoyages— ootainued. 

— Hatj*. Drifting round the world. 

J910.4 H14D 

— Harrtman. Travels and obeenrations in the 

Orient. 910.8 H33 

— Hays. InperiL J910 H33 

— Hkadlby. Mountain adventures. J910.8 U34 

— HubbxlXk My journey to Jerosalem. 

910.8 H66 

— HUMPHBST. Adventures of early discoverers. 

J910.9 H88 

— IiroBBHOLL. Old ocean. 910.4 ln4 

— Jackson. Glimpses of three coasts. 910.8 J 1 2 

— Jahks. Portraits of places. 910.8 J 23 

— Johnston. Toward the sunrise. 910.8 J 64 

— KxB. Into unknown seas. J910.4 K45 

— EIiNOSTON. Captain Cook. 910.4 K61 

— KiBBY. Workl by the fireside. J910 K63 
-Knox. How to travel 910.2 K77 

— Knox. Young Nimrods around the world. 

J910.4 KTT 

— LxBOH. Letters of a sentfmfflital idler. 

910.8 L51 

— LOWBLU Fireside travels. 910.8 L95 

— Mact. Whales we caught and how we did it. 

J910.4 M25 

— Many lands and many people, anon, 

910.8 JII31 
-^ Mat^aux. Peeps abroad for folks at home. 

910.8 SI41 

— MiNTUBN. r:c York to Delhi. 910o4 M66 

— NoBDHOFF. Man-of-war life. J910.4 N75JII 

— NoBDHOFF. Merchant vessel. J910.4 N75ille 

— OuPHANT. Episodes in a life of adventure. 

910.8 013 

— Paloravk. Ulysses; or, Scenes and studies in 

many lands. 910.8 PI 7 

— Polo, Marco. Travels. J910.8 P76K 

— Polo, Marco. Travels ; ed. by Thomas Wright. 

910.8 P76W 

— Pylb. Buccaneers and marooners of America. 

J910.4 P99 

— Reeve. How we went and what we saw. 

910.8 R25 

— Samttsls. From forecastle to cabin. 910.4 Sa4 

— ScuDDER. Mr. Bodley abroad. J910.8 Sca2 

— Seaward. Narrative of [his] shipwreck; ed. by 

Jane Porter. 910.4 Sel 

— Seward. Around the world stories. 

910.8 Se8A 

— SmLEik Round the world. J910.4 Sm4 

— BiOTH. Great cities of the modem world. 

J910.8 Sm5 

— Smith. Wonderful cities of the world. 

J910.8 Sm5W 

-Sprt. Cruise of the "Challenger." 910.4 Sp8 

— Stables. Jungle, peak, and plain. J910.8 Stl 

— Stevens. Around the world on a bicycle. 2 v. 

910.8 St4 

— Tatlor, At home and abroad. 910.8 T21 



Travels aind Yoyages — continued. 

— TowLE. Adventures and conquests of Magellan. 

J910.4 T65 

— TowLB. Marco Polo; his travels and adven- 

tures. J910.8 T65 

— TozER. Classical geography. 912.3 TOO 

— Verne. Exploration of the world. J910.8 V59 

— Verne. In search of the castaways. 

J910.4 T59 

— Vincent. Through and through ^e tropics. 

910.8 V74 

— Wanderings in four continents, anon, 

910.8 W18 

— Warburton. Crescent and the cross. 

910.8 W19 

— Whymper. Sea; a story of adventure. 

910.4 W02 

— YouNO. Around the world with General Grant. 

910.8 Y8 

See also Guidebooks;— Scientific Travels. 

Travels in Arabia. Taylor. 915,3 T21 

Travels in Central Asia. Taylor. 915.10 T21 

Travels in Greece and Russia. Taylor. 

914 T21T 

Travels in Mexico. Ober. 917.2 Ob2T 

Travels in South Africa. Taylor. 910.8 T21 
Travels in South Kensington. Conway. 

740 C70 
Travels in the regions of the upper and lower 

Amoor. Atkinson. 915.7 At5T 

Travels with a donkey in the Cevennes. Steven* 

son. 914.4 St4 

Treasure house of tales. 4 v. 

GmttuU. 

"BemeommBeld, Tales and aketohea. S BS6Tr 

Hunt. Tales. S HSIT 

Jcrrold. Tales. S J49T 

Skelley. Talus and storieii. • Sli4T 

Treasures of the earth. Jones. 022 J73 

Treasury of thought. Ballou. R808 B21 

Treaty Mary. Injurious insects of the farm and 
garden. 032 T71 

Treatise on analytic mechanics. Bowser. 

531 BG8 

Treatise on gems. Feachtwanger. 553 F43 

Treatise on insects injurious to vegetation. Har« 

ris. 595.7 H24 

Treatise on masonry construction. Baker. 

093 B17 

Treatise on the nature of the gods; tr. by C. D. 

Yonge. Cicero. 875.1 Y7T 

Treatise on the Richards* steam engine indicator. 

Porter. 021.1 P83 

Treatise on ventilation. I^eeds. 097 L51 

Trees. Browne. Trees of America. 581.97 B81 

— Church. Among the trees at Elmridge. 

J581.97 C47 

— Emerson. Trees and shrubs of Massachusetts. 

581.97 Em3 

— HouoH. Elements of forestry. 034 H81 

— Newhall. Trees of Northeastern America. 

581.97 N45 



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TROWBRIDGE. 



Trees — continued. 

— Sasoent. Woods of the United States. 

581.97 Sa7 
Trench y Maria. Charles Lowder. 922 L95 

Trench, R. C. English, past and present. 

420 TT2 

— OlosEBiy of English words used formerly in senses 

different from their present. 423 T72 

— Proverbs and their lessons. 398.9 T72 

— Westminster and other sermons. 252 T72 
Trench, W. S. Realitiee of Irish life. 

914.15 T72 
Trevelyan, G. O. Life and letters of Lord Macau- 
ley. 2v. 928.24 Ml IT 
Trevert, Edward. Experimental electricity. 

537.6 T72 

— Handbook of electricity. 537.8 T72 
Trial by jury. Forsyth. 340.4 F77 
Trials. See Criminal Imw. 

Tricks with cards. I^ewis. 705 L58 
.Trinity. £lbe Deity. 

Trip to Alaska. Wardman. 017.98 W21 

Trip to England. Winter. 914.2 W73 

Trip up the Volga. Johnstone. 914.7 J65 
Triomphant democracy. Carnegie. 917.3 C21 

Trobriand, Regis de. Four years with the Army 

of tiie Potomac. 973.7 T74 
Troilns and Cressida; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. 8hak- 

speare. 822.33 R32 
Trois-Etoiles, p«euc2. See Murray, E. C. G. 
TroUope, Anthony. Alice Dugdale. 2 T74A 

— American senator. 2 T74 Am 

— Ayala^s angeL 2 T74 Ay 

— Barchoster Towers. 2 T74B 

— Belton estate. 2 T74Be 

— Bertrams. 2 T74Br 

— Can you forgive her f 3 v. 2 T74C 

— Castle Richmond. 2 T74Ca 

— Claverings. 2 T74C1 

— Commentaries of CsBsar. 878.1 T74 
^Same, 878.1 T74C 

— Cousin Henry. 2 T74Co 

— Doctor Thome. 2 T74Do 

— Dr. Wortle's schooL 2 T74Dr 

— Duke's children. 2 T74Du 

— Editor's tales, 2 T74E 

— Eye for an eye. 2 T74Ey 

— Fixed period. 2 T74F 

— Frau Frohmann, and other stories. 2 T74Fr 

— Golden lion of Granpere. 2 T74G 

— Harry Heathcote of GangoiL 2 T74H 

— He knew he was right. 3 v. 2 T74He 

— Is he Poppenjoy ? 2 T74I 

— John Caldigate. 8 v. 2 T74J 

— Kellys and the CyKellys. 2 T74K 

— Lady Anna. 2 T74L 

— Last chronicle of Barset. 3 v. 2 T74La 

— Lotta Schmidt. 2 T74I/0 

— Macdermots of Ballycloran. 2 T74M 

— Marion Fay. 2 T74Ma 

— Mere Bauche, La, and other stories. 2 T74Me 



Trollope, Anthony — continued, 

— Mistletoe bough, and other stories. 2 T74Mi 

— Nina Balatka. 2 T741f 

— Old man's love. 2 T740 

— Orley Farm. 2 T740r 

— Phineas Finn. 2 T74P 

— Phineas Redux. 2 T74Ph 

— Prime minister. 2 T74Fr 

— Rachel Gray. 2 T74R 

— Ralph, the heir. 2 T74Ra 

— Sir Harry Hotspur of Humblethwaite. 2 T74S 

— Small house at Allington. 3 v. 2 T748m 

— Tales of all countries. 2 T74T 

— Thackeray. 928.23 T32 

— Vendue, La. 2 T74Ld 

— Vicar of Bullhampton. 2 T74Vi 

— Warden. 2 T74W 

— Way we live now. 2 v. 2 T74 Wa 
TroUope, T. A. Beppo, the conscript. 2 T743 

— Dream numbers. 2 T743D 

— Garstang Grange. 2 T743G 

— Gemma. 2 T743Ge 

— Italy. 11014.5 T74 

— Leonora Casedoni 2 T743Ije 
—.Marietta. 2 T743M 

— Paul the pope and Paul the friar. 045 T74 

— Sealed packet. 2 T743S 

— Siren. 2 T74Si 
Tromholt, Sophus. Under the rays of the 

aurora borealis. 2 v. 014.7 T75 

Tropical Africa. Dmmmond. 016.7 D84 

Tropical nature. Wallace. 500 W15 

Tronbadonrs. Huefler. 840 H87 

Trowbridge, J. T (PauL Creytatt,,) Coupon bonds. 

1 T75C 

— Cudjo's cave. 1 T75Cn 

— Drummer boy. Jl T75D 

— Famell's FoUy. 1 T75F 
Jack Hazard stories. 6 v. viz. — 

— 1. Jack Hazard and his fortunes. Jl T75J 

— 2. Chance for himself. Jl T75J2 

— 3. Doing his best Jl T75J3 

— 4. Fast friends. Jl T75J4 

— 5. Young surveyor. Jl T75J5 

— 6. LawTonoe's adventures. Jl T75J6 

— Martin Merrivale. 1 T75M 

— Neighbor Jackwood. 1 T75N 

— Neighbor's wives. 1 T75If e 
Silver medal stories. 6 v. viz. — 

— 1. Silver medaL Jl T75S 

— 2. Young Joe. Jl T7582 

— 3. His own master. Jl T75S3 

— 4. Bound in honor. Jl T75S4 

— 5. Pocketrrifle. Jl T7585 

— 6. Jolly rover. Jl T75S6 
Start in life stories. 8 ▼. viz. — 

— 1. Start in life. Jl T758t 

— 2. Biding his time. Jl T758t2 

— 3. Kelp-gatherers. Jl T75St3 

— Three scouts. 1 T75T 



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Trowbridge, J. T,— continued. 
Tide-mill stories. 6 v. viz. — 

— 1. Phil and his friends. Jl T75T 

— 2. Tinkham brothers' tide-mill. Jl T75T2 

— 8. Satin-wood box. Jl T75T3 

— 4. Litae master. Jl T75T4 

— 6. His one fault. Jl T75T5 

— 6. Peter Budstone. Jl T75T6 
Troy. Benjamin. Troy. 939.2 B43 
Tme and the beautiful. Roskin. 824 R89T 
Tme-born Englishman. De Foe. in 828 D36 
Trae manliness. Hashes, 170 H87 
Tme republic. Stickney. 321.8 St5 
True stories from ancient history . Strickland. 

930 St8 
Tme stories of American wars, anon, 

J973.3 T76 
Tme story of the Exodus. Brngsch. 932 B83T 
Tnieba.y Cosio, J. T. de. Romance of history; 
Spain. 2 T76 

Tucker, a. F. Monroe doctrine. 327.73 T79 
Tncker, Pomeroy. Origin, riae, and progress of 
Mormonism. 298 T79 

Tnckerman, H. T. America and her commenta- 
tor*. 917.3 T79 

Tnckey, Janet Joan of Arc. 923.5 D24T 

Tngnot de Lanoye^ Ferdinand. Rameses the 

Greai 932 T81 

— Sublime in nature. 55 1 T8 1 
Tallochy John. Modem theories in philosophy 

and religion. 104 T82 

Tallf»ck, W. W. Story of the life of Queen 

Victoria. J923.1 V66T 

Tnnis. Hsssk-Warteoo. Tunis; the land and its 

people. 916.1 H46 

Tanneling under the Hudson River. Bnrr. 

622.2 B94 
Tapper, £.S. By whose hand. 1 T832B 

Tapper, F. A. Moonshine. 1 T83 

Tarf-fire stories. O'Connor. 398.3 Oc5 

Torgeniefy I. S. Annouchka. 891.73 T84A 

— Liza. 891.73 T84Ii 

— On the eve. 891.73 T840 
-Smoka 891.73 T84S 

— Spring floods. 891.73 T84Sp 

— Virgin soa 891.73 T84V 
Turkey {European and Asiatic). 

History, 

— Cbkasy. History of the Ottoman Turks. 

949.6 C86 

— POOUB. Story of Turkey. 949.6 P78 



Travels, 



B17 



— Baksb. Turkey. 914.96 
^ Babtlxtt. From Egypt to Palestine. 

915.6 B28 

— BuBT. Land and its story. 915.5 B95 

— Gamkron. Among the Turks. 915.6 C14 
~ Champnkt. Three Vaaaar girls in Russia and 

Turkey. 914.7 €35 



Turkey. TraveZs—cowtinued, 

— CuBTis. Howadji in Syria. 915.6 C94 

— CuBZON. Monasteries of the East 915.6 €943 

— Taylor. Travels in Central Asia. 915.16 T21 

— Taylor, ed. Lands of the Saracens. 915.6 T21 

— Wabneb. In the Levant. 915.6 W24 

See also Palestine. 
Turkistan. Schuyleb. Turkistan. 2 v. 

915.8 Scli8 
See also Khiva. 
Turner, C. E. Studies in Russian literature. 

891.7 T85 

Turner, J. M. W. Hamsbton. Life of J. M. W. 

Turner. 927 T85H 

>-MoNKHOUSE. Turner. 927 T85JII 

— SwAiNE. Turner, the artist 927 T85S 
Turner's Liber studiorum. Rawlinson. 

758 R19 
Tuscany. Howeli^. Tuscan cities. 

914.5 H83T 
Twain, Mark, pseud. See €lemen89 S. L. 
Twelfth night; ed. l)y W. J. Rolfe. Shakspeare. 

822.33 R33 
Twenty lessons in inorganic chemistry. Valentine. 

546 V23 
Two gentlemen of Verona; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. 

Shakspeare. 822.33 R34 

Two girls abroad. Carter. 914 €24 

Two noble kinsmen ; ed. by W . J. Rolfe. Fletcher 
and Shakspeare. 822.33 R37 

Two paths. Ruskln. 704 R89T 

Two pilgrims' progress. Pennell. 914.5 P37 
Two spies; Nathan Hale and John Andr4. Los- 
sing. 923.5 H13L 
Two women. Woolson. 811 W88 
Two years in Califomia. Cone. 917.94 €75 
Two years in Oregon. Nash. 917.95 N17 
Two years in the jungle. Hornaday. 915 H78 
Tyerman, Luke. Life and times of John Wesley. 
8v. 922 W51 
Tyler, M. C. History of American literature. 
2v. 810 T97 
Tyler, M. F., ed. Souvenirs of Mme. Vig^ Le 
Brun. 927 L49 
Tylor, E. B. Anthropology. 572 T97 

— Primitive culture. 2 v. 901 1*97 
~- Researches into the early history of mankin d. 

571 T97 

Tyndall, John. Diamagnetism and magno-crys- 

tallic action. 538 T97 

— Faraday as a discoverer. 925 F22T 

— Floating-matter of the air. 613 T97 

— Forms of water in clouds and rivers, ice and 

glaciers. 551 T97 

— Fragments of science. 504 T97 

— Heat, a mode of motion. 536 T97H 

— Hours of exercise in the Alps. 914.94 T97 

— Lessons in electricity. 537 T97Ij 

— Light and electricity. 535 T97 

— Molecular physics in the domain of radiant heat. 

536 T97 



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Tyndally John — continued. 

— Six lectures on light. 

— Sound. 

Tyrol. See Germany arui Aastria. 



535 TOTS 
534 TOT 



Tyrol and the skirt of the Alps. Y 

Tyrwhitt, R. S. Our sketching cli 
Tytler, C. C. F. Jonathan. 
TftleTfQarah, pseud. iSiee Keddic 



U 



IJhIhom, Gerhard. Ckmflict of Christianity with 
heathenism. 261 Uh6 

Ulysses; or, Scenes and studies in many lands. 
Palgrave. 010.8 PIT 

Unbeaten tracks in Japan. 2 v. Bishop. 

015.2 B54 
Uncle Gkibe Tucker. Macon. 81T M23 

Uncle Remus; his songs and sayings. Harris. 

308.3 H24U 
Unoonscions memory. Bntler. 154 BOT 

Under the rays of the aurora borealis. 3 v. Trom« 
holt 014.T TT5 

Under the sun. Robinson. 500 R56 

Underfoot. Nichols. J551 N51 

Underground ; or, Life below the surface. Knox. 

622 KTT 
Underground treasures. Orton. 540 Or8 

Underwood 9 F. H. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. 

028.11 L86U 
Underwoods. Stevenson. 821 St4U 

Union for Christian Work, Brooklyn^ N. F. 
Catalogue of the free circulating library. 

ROlO Un3 

United States— £(dueeU!um, Bureau of. Public li- 
braries in the United States. R02T Un3 

United Htaten—ItUerior Department.— Education^ 
Bureau of. See United States— jEUuco^ion, 
Bureau of. 

United HUites— State Department. Argument at 
Geneya. 341.6 Un4 

United States— CongreM. Alton. Among the 
law-makers. 328 AIT 

— POOBX. Political register and Congressional 

directory. R328.T3 PTO 

United States Constitution. See Constitutional 

liaw and History. 
United States. History. 

(OetMral and Mi»ceUantou$.) 

—Adams. History of the United States of America. 
9t. 0T3 Adl 

— Bancboft. History of the United States. 10 v. 

0T3 B22 

--Satne. rev.ed. 6 v. 0T3 B22H 

— BaATMAif. Daring deeds of American heroes. 

0T3 BT3 

— Bbooxb. story of the American sailor. 

0T3 BTOS 
-— Bbooks. Story of the American soldier. 

0T3 BTOSo 



United States. History— eontinui 

— Bryant and Gat. Popular histoi 

States. 4 v. 

— Buchanan. Buchanan^s adminis 

— BuTTEBWOBTH. YouDg f olks* hist 

— Coffin. Building the nation. 

— CooPEB. History of the navy 

States. 

— Cbafts. Pioneers in the 8ettlem< 

2v. 

— DoYLB. History of the United S 

— Dbaks. Making of the great W 

— EoouESTON. First book in Amei 

— Eoglbston. History of the Uni 

its people. 

— English. Boy's book of battle-lyri 

— GiLMAN. History of the Americf 

— HioomsoN. Larger history of tfc 

of America. 

— HiGOiNBON. Travellers aud outlaw 

— HiGOiNSON. Young folks' histor 

States. 

— HiLDBETH. History of the Unit 

— HiNTON. History of the United g 

— JoHONNOT. Stories of our counti 

— LoBSiNO. American centenary. 

— LoBSiNO. Our country. 

— LoBBiNO. Story of the United St 

— MacCoun. Historical geography 

States. 

— McCULJiOCH. Men and measures 

tury. 

— McMasteb. History of the iKJop 

States. V. 1, 2. 

— Mabkham. Colonial days. 

— Olubb. Caasell's history of the 

3v. 

— Patton. Concise history of the A 



— PoussiN. United States; itspow* 



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United States. Historif—conUMueL 

— RiDPATH. Popular history of the United States 

of America. 973 R43P 

— ScHOUiJEB. History of the United States under 

the constitution. 4 v. 973 Sch6 

— SPBf CKB. History of the United States. 4 v. 

973 Sp3 

— THAiiHEDOEB. Edectic history of the United 

States. 973 T32 

^ Tomes. Battles of America by sea and land. Sy. 

R973 T59 

— TowuB. Kation in a nutsheU. 973 T65 

— WoOLfiEYy and others. First century of the re- 

pubUc. 973 W88 

— Wright. Children's stories in American history. 

J073 W93 

— WaiOHT. Children^sstoriesof American progress. 

J973 W93C 
{Colonial Period,) 

— Abbott. Chevalier de La Salle. 973*1 Ab23 

— Banvabd. Romance of American history. 

973.2 B228 

— Bbown. Genesis of the United States. 2 v. 

973.2 B81 

— Coffin. Old times in the colonies. 973.2 C05 

— DoYLS. English colonies in America. 

973.2 D77 

— FiSKx. Beginnings of New England. 

973.2 F54 

— Lodge. Short history of the TCw gHah colonies in 

America. 973.2 L82 

—MoBZnioht. Our Western border. 973.2 SI23 

— Habkham. Narrative history of TTing Philip^s 

War. 973.2 JII34 

— Pabkman. Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian 

war. 2v. 975.2 P23C 

(American Revolution,) 

— Abbott. Blue jackets of '76. J973.3 Ab25 

— Abbott. Revolutionary times. ■ 973.3 Ab2 

— Cabrinqton. Battles of the American Revolu- 

tion, ITTIWl. 973.3 C23 

— Coffin. Bcyys of 76; battles of the Revolution. 

973.3 C65B 

— Drake. Burgoyne's invasion in 1777. 

973.3 B78 

— Ellet. Domestic history of the American Revo- 

lution. 973.3 £15 

— FiSKE. Critical period of American history. 

973.3 F54C 

— FiBKE. War of Independence. 973.3 F54 

— Gbeene. Historical view of the American Rev- 

olution. 973.3 G83 

— JomrsTON. Yorktown campaign and surrender 

of Comwallis, 1781. 973.3 J64 

— LoBSHTG. History of the American Revolution. 

8v. 973.3 L89H 

— Lossnro. Pictorial field-book of the Revolution. 

2v. 973.3 L89 

"- LuDiX)w. War of American Independence, 1775- 

®- 973.3 L96 



United States. Uxstory—corUinued, 

— RiEDEBEL. Letters relating to the American 

Revolution. 971.3 R44 

— Romance of the Revolution; ed. by O. B. Bunoe. 

973.3 R66 

— EkniDDBR. Men and manners in America one 

himdred years ago. 973.3 Scn2 

— True stories of American wars, arum, 

J973.3 T76 

— Watson. Boston tea party. J973.3 W33B 

— Watson. Noble deeds of our fathers. 

J973.3 W33N 

— WnreoR. Reader^ handbook of the American 

Revolution. 973.3 W73 

(1788.18U.) 

— Qriswold. Republican ooort 973.4 G88 

(WaroflSlZ-lbd 

— Abbott. Blue jackets of 1812.' J973.5 Ab2 

— JoHzraON. Historyof the War of 181^15. 

973.5 J63 

— LossiNG. Pictorial field-book of the War of 1812. 

973.5 L89 

— Roosevelt. Naval war of 1812. 973.5 R67 

— SoLEY. Boys of 1812, and other naval heroes. 

J973.5 So4 
(Mexiean War.} 

— Mansfield. Mexican war. 973.6 JII31 

— Thomson. War of 1812 and War with Mexico. 

973 T38 

(Cfv« WdrO 

— Abbott. Battle-fields of «61. J973.7 Ab2B 

— Abbott. Blue jackets of '61. J973.7 Ab2Bl 

— Ammen. Atlantic coast 973.7 Am6 

— Brownlow. Sketches of the rise, progress, and 

decline of Secession. 973.7 B82 

— Chahplin. War for the Union. 973.7 C35 

— Cheney. Young folks' history of the Civil War. 

J973.7 C42 

— Cist. Army of the Cumberland. 973.7 C49 

— CoirFiN. Boys of '61. 973.7 C65B 

— Coffin. Drum-beat of the nation. 973.7 C65D 

— Coffin. Following the flag. J973.7 C65F 

— Coffin. Freedom triumphant. J973.7 C65Fr 

— Coffin. Marching to victory. J973.7 C65III 

— Coffin. My days and nights on the battle-field. 

J973.7 C65JIIy 

— Coffin. Redeeming the Republic. 

J973.7 C05R 

— Cox. Atlanta. 973.7 C83 

— Cox. March to the sea; Franklin and Nashville. 

973.7 C83M 

— De Leon. Four years in rebel capitals. 

973.7 D37 

— Dodge. Birds-eye view of our Civil War. 

973.7 D66 

— Dodoe. Campaign of Chanoellorsville. 

973.7 D66C 

— DouBLEDAT. Chanoellorsville and Gtettgrsbdrg. 

1W«.7 D74 



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UNITED. 



UNITED. 



United States* Hislor}/— continued, 

— Draper. 'History of the American Civil War. 

8v. 973.T D70 

— DUYCKINCK. National history of the War for 

the Union. 8 v. R973.7 D95 

— Edwards. Shelby and his men. 973,7 £d9 

— Force. Fort Henry to Corinth. 973.7 F74 

— Fox. Regimental losses in the American Civil 

War. R973.7 F83 

— Gasparin. America before Emt>pe. 973.7 C«21 

— Gordon. Brook Farm to Cedar Mountain in the 

war of the Great Rebellion. 973.7 C;65 

— Gordon. War diary of events in the Great 

Rebellion. 973.7 G65W 

— Goss. Jed ; a boy^s adventures in the army of 

'61-^. J973.7 G69 

— Greeley. American conflict. 2 v. 973.7 G8I 

— Greene. Mississippi. 973.7 G83 

— Hale. Stories of war. J 973.7 H13 
— HiooiNSON. Army life in a black regiment. 

973.7 II53 

— HooB. Boys in blue. 973.7 U67 

— HOTCHKIBS and Allen. Battle-fleldsof Virginia; 

Chanoelloraville. 973.7 II79 

— Humphreys. From Gettysburg to the Rapidan. 

973.7 U88 

— Humphreys. Virginia campaign of '64-65. 

973.7 U88V 

— ISHAM and others. Prisoners of war and mili- 

tary prisons. 973.7 Im3 

— Jones. Rebel war clerk's diary. 2 v. 973.7 J72 
^ KiEFFXR. Recollections of a drummer boy. 

973.7 K54 

— LivxBMORE. My story of the war. 973.7 Ii75 

— LossiNO. Pictorial field-book of the Civil War. 

8v. R973.7 L89 

— McCarthy. Soldiers' life in the Army of 

Northern Virginia. 973.7 Ml 2 

— Mahan. Gulf and inland waters. 973.7 M27 

— May. Some recollections of our antislavery con- 

fiict. 973.6 JII45 

— Moore, ed. Rebellion record. 12 v. 

R973.7 M78R 

— NicoLAY. Outbreak of the Rebellion. 

973.7 N51 

— Nichols. Story of the great march. 

973.7 N513 
~- NoYKB. Bivouac and the battle-field. 

973.7 N87 
~- Palfrey. Antietam and Fredericksburg. 

973.7 PI 7 

— Paris, Comte de. History of the Civil War in 

America. 4 v. 973.7 P21 

— Phisterer. Statistical record of the annies of 

the United States. 973.7 P55 

~- PiTTENOER. Capturing a locomotive. 

973.7 P68 

— Pollard. Southern history of the war ; first, 

second, and third years. 3 v. 973.7 P76 

— Pond. Sbeoaodoah vaUey. 973.7 P79 



United States. Uiiitory—eontinued. 

— Porter. Incidents and anecdotes of the Civil 

War. 973,7 P83I 

— Porter. Naval history of the Civil War. 

973.7 P83N 

— Richardson. Secret service; field, dungeon, and 

escape. 973.7 R39 

— Rodenbouoh, camp. Bravest five hundred of '61. 

973.7 R61 

— Roman. Military operations of General Beaure- 

gard. 2v. 973.7 R66 

— Ropes. Army under Pope. 973.7 R68 

— Soley. Blockade and the cruisers. 973.7 So4 

— Stevens. Three years in the Sixth Corps. 

973.7 St4 

— Stevenson. Battle of Stone's River. 

973.7 St43 

— Stoddard. Inside the White House in war 

times. 973.7 St6 

— SwiNTON. Campaigns of the Army of the Poto- 

mac. 973.7 Sw6 

— SwiNTON. Decisive battles of the war. 

973.7 SwOD 

— Taylor. Four years with General Lee. 

973.7 T21T 

— Tomes. Great Civil War. 8 v. 973.7 T69 

— TowNSEND. Anecdotes of the Civil War. 

973.7 T66 

— Trobriand, R. de. Four years with the Army 

of the Potomac. 973.7 T74 

— Webb. The Peninsula; McClellan's campaign of 

1862. 973.7 W38 

iLater I9th untwry.} 

— BoiJRKE. Apache campaign in the Sierra Madre. 

973.8 B66 

— McDonald. Great whiskey ring. 973.8 lfll4 

United States. Politics cmd OovemmenL 
See Politics and Government. 

TVaoe/s, Descriptioviy etc 

— Barrows. United States of yesterday and of to- 

morrow. 917.3 B27 

— Bernard. Retrospections of America. 

917.3 B46 

— Bishop, Four months in a snealMxa. 917.3 B54 

— Bishop. Lady^s life in the Rocky Mountains. 

917.8 B641 

— Bishop. Voyage of the paper canoe. 

917.3 B54V 

— Blake. On the wing. 917.3 B58 

— Blouet and Alltn. Jonathan and hiscontiDent. 

917.3 B62 

— Browne. Apache country. 917.9 B81 

— Butterworth. 2Sigzag journeys in the great 

Northwest J917.9 B98 

— Butterworth. Zigzag journeys in the Ooddent. 

917.3 B98 

— Butterworth. Zigzag journeys in the sanny 

South. J 91 7.5 B98 

— Campbell. White and black in the United 

States. 017.3 C15 



UNITED. 



UTOPIAS. 



United States. Travels^ Description^ etc, — conVd, 

— Carnegie. Tritunphant democracy. 917.3 C21 

— Champney. Three VasBar girls at home. 

917.3 C35 

— Cxnaaso, Qranite cra^ of California. 

917.94 €91 

— Custer. Tenting on the plains. 917.8 C96T 

— Custer. Wild life on the plains. 917.8 C96W 

— Dall. My first hoUday. 917.9 D16 

— Firth. Onr kin across the sea. 917.3 F51 

— Freeman. Some impressions of the United States. 

917.3 F87 
-Grabt. New South. 917.3 G75 

— Hardt. Throogh cities and prairie lands. 

917.3 H22 

— Hawthorne. Passages from American note 

books. 917.3 II31 

— HiooiNSON. American explorers. J917.3 H53 
-HowEUiA Three villages. 917.3 H83 

— Hudson. Ten years in Washington. 917.3 H86 

— Ixoersoll. Kjiocking aromid the Rockies. 

917.8 In4 

— Iryinq. Adventures of Capt. Bonneville. 

917.3 Ir8 
—Jackson. Bits of travel at home. 917.3 J12 
-Kino. Great South. * 917.3 K58 

— Knox. Toong Nimrods in North America . 

J917.3 K77 
-LoTHROP. Golden West. J917.3 L91 

— Marcy. Army life on the border. 917.8 SI33 

— Offenbach. Offenbach in America. 

917.3 Oi2 

— Patton. Natural resources of the United States. 

917.3 P27N 

~ Patton. Natural resources of the United States. 

(Science primers.) 917.3 P27 

— Richardson. Beyond the Mississippi. 

917.3 R39 

— RiOEiNO. Boys in the mountains. J917.3 R43 

— Roberts. Shoshone and other western wonders. 

917.8 R54 

— Saunders. Through the light continent. 

917.3 Sa8 

— Steele. Frontier army sketches. 917.8 St3 

— TucKERMAN. America and her commentators. 

917.3 T79 

— Thwaitbs. Historic waterways. 917.7 T42 
^Warner. On horseback; a tour in Virginia, 

North Carolina, and Tennessee. 917 W24 

— WiNTHROP. Canoe and the saddle. 9 J 7. 7 W725 

— WiNTHROP. Life in the open air, and other 

papers. 917.3 W73 

Umited SUtes Military Academy, West Point, 

N.T. Catalogue of the Ubrary. R017 Un3 
Vailed States; its power and progress. Poossin. 

973 P86 
United States of yesterday and of to-morrow. 

Barrows. 917.3 B27 

UuTersal history; Greece, Egypt, Assyria. Ranke. 

909 R16 
VmiYersities. See Colleges and Universities. 



Unknown country. Craik. 914.5 C84 

lJni«een world, and other essays. Fiske. 814 F54 
Unto this last. Raskin. 330 R89 

Untrodden peaks. Edwards. 914.36 i:d9 

Unwin^ W. C. Elements of machine design. 2 v. 

621 Un9 
Up and down the brooks. Bamford. 595.7 B21 
Upham, T. C. Life and religious experience of 

Madan20 de la Mothe Guyon. 922 G99 

Upland and meadow. Abbott. 590 Ab2U 

Upton, a. P. Woman in music. 396 Up8 

Urbanitzky, A. R. von. Electricity in the service 

of man. 537 Url 

Ure, Andrew. Dictionary of arts, manufactures, 

and mines. 2 v. R603 Ur2 

— 4Sam«; supplement. R603 Ur28 

— Philosophy of manufactures. 670 Url 
Urqnhart, J. W. Electric Ught fitting. 

537.8 Ur6 
Use and abuse of the steam boiler. Roper. 

621.1 R68U 

Uflel\il Arts. Appletons^ cyclopaedia of applied 

mechanics. R603 Ap5 

^Blakxles. Industrial cyclopaadia. R603 B58 

— Cassell's technical educator. 607 T22 

— Cyclop JBDiA of useful arts. 2 v. R603 C99 

— Dick. Cyclopedia of practical receipts and 

processes. R603 D54 

— DoDD. Dictionary of manufactures, mining, 

machinery, and the industrial arts. R603 D66 

— Grxsisy, and others. Great industries of the 

United States. 609 G81 

— Guthrie. First book of knowledg . . J602 G98 

— Hansard. Historyof the processes of manufac- 

ture, printing, gas-light, pottery, glass, and iron. 

609 H19 

— Knioht. American mechanical dictionary. 8 v. 

R620 K74 
-^ Knight. New mechanical dictionaiy. 

R620 K741V 

— Lawrence, Uncle , pseud. Toung folks' ideas. 

J602 L43 

— Lawrence, Uncley pseud. Young folks* queries. 

J602 L43Y 

— Sloane. Facts worth knowing. R602 815 

— Ure. Dictionary of arts, manufactures, and 

mines. 2 v. R603 Ur2 

— Same ; supplement. R603 irr2S 

— Van Cleve. English and American mechanic. 

602 V27 

— Weale. Dictionary of terms used in architcK^t- 

ure, engineering, etc. R603 W37 

— YouMANS. Dictionary of every-day wants. 

R603 Y8 
Usetbl information for railway men. Hamilton. 

656 H18 
Utah. Bancroft. History of Utah. 

R970 R22 V.26 

Utopia. More. . 320.1 M81 

Utopias; or, Schemes for social improvement. 

KaoAnaiin. 328.1 K16 



(217) 



VAGABON DIANA. 



VICTORIAN. 



V 



Va^bondiana* Smith* 
yald^, A. P. Marquis of PefSalta. 
*-' Mazunina. 

— Scum. 

— Sister Saint Sulpice. 

G. 



6 V229M 

6 y229Ma 

6 V229SC 

6 y229S 



Valentine y W. G. Twenty leesons in inorganic 
chemistiy. 546 V23 

VallingSf J. F. Jesus Christ, the Divine man. 

332 V24 

V&mb^ry, Arminius. His life and adventures; 

written by himself . 923.9 V25 

— and Heilprin, Louis. Story of Hungary. 

943 V25 
Vance 9 C3ara, ptieud. See Denison, M. A 
Van Cleye, B. F. English and American mechanic. 

002 V27 
Vande^riity Margaret, pgeud. See Janvier, 

Margaret. 
Van DyclCy Anthony. Head. Van Dyck. 

927 V28 
Van Dybiey Henry. Reality of religion. 240 V28 

— Story of the Psalms. 223.2 V28 
Van Dyke 9 J. C. How to Judge of a picture. 

750 V28 
Vane 9 Sir Henry. Hosmer. Life of young Sir 

Henry Vane. 923.2 V28H 

Van Home 9 David. Tent and saddle life in the 

Holy Land. 915.69 V31 

Van Lauiy Henri. History of French literature. 

840 V32 
Van Lennepy H. J. Bible lands ; their modem 
customs and manners. 915.6 V32 

Van Pelt) DanieL Hollanders in Nova Zembla. 

839.31 V34 
Van Zile, E. S. Magnetic man. 1 V39M 

Vapereaoy Gustave. Dictionnaire universel dee 
contemporains. R920 V41 

Variation of animals and plants under domestica- 
tion. 2 ▼. Barwin. 591 D25V 
Various contrivances by which orchids are fertilized 
by insects. Darwin. 581 D25V 
Vasari , Giorgio. Lives of the most eminent painters, 
sculptors, and architects. 5 v. 027 V44Li 

— Stories of the Italian artists. 927 V448 
VaACO da Gama. Towub. Voyages and ad- 
ventures of VascodaGama. J923.9 V44 

Vanghan, R. A Hours with the mystics. 2 v. 

189 V46 

Vanx,W. S. W. Persia. 935 V46 

Vegetable physiology. Carpenter. 581 C22 

Vegetable world. Fignier. . 580 F46 

Veitellcy I. de. Mercantile dictionary. R650 V53 
Velasquez, D. B. de 8. Stows. Velasquez. 

927 V54 



339 Sm5 Vel^quez de la Cadena^ Mariana Pxtnouncing 

dictionary of the Spanish and l^gHgh langoago. 

R463.2 V54 

Venetian life. Howells. 914.5 H83T 

Venice. Frksxan. Sketches from the subject 

and neighbour lands of Venice. 729 F87 

— Hark. Venice. 914.5 H22V 

— HowELLS. Venetian life. 914.5 H83V 

Makers of Venice. 920 0139 

Paul the pope and Pftul the friar. 

945 T74 

See Heating and Ventilation. 



— Oliphant. 

— Trollope. 



Ventilation. 
Venus {The Planet), Proctor. Transita of Venu& 

523.9 P94 
Venus and Adonis; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. Shalc- 

speare. 822.33 R35 

Verbalist. Osmun. 428.3 OsS 

Verestchagin, A. V. Autobiographical sketches. 

2v. , 927 V58 

Vermont. Heaton. Story of Vermont. 

974.3 H35 

Verne 9 Jules. Around the world in eighty day& 

4 V59 

— At the North Pole. 4 V59A 

— Caesar Cascabel. 4 V59C 

— Desert of ice. 4 V59D 

— Dick Sands. 4 V59Di 

— Exploration of the world. J910.8 V59 

4 V59Fa 

4 V59F 

4 V59Fr 

4 V59G 

4 V59H 

J910.4 V59 

4 V59J 

4 V59JII 

4 V59Mi 

4 V59My 

4 V59S 

4 V59T 



— Family without a name. 

— Floating city. — Blockade runners. 

— From the earth to the moon. 

— Giant raft. 

— Hector Servadac. 

— In search of the castaways. 

— Journey to the centre of the earth. 

— Meridiana. 

— Michael Strogoff . 

— Mysterious island. 

— Steam house. 

— To the sun. 



— Twenty thousand leagues imder the sea. 

4 V59TW 

— Underground city. 4 V59U 

— Wreck of the ChanceUor. 4 V59W 
Verne 1 9 Horace. Rees. Horace Vemet. 927 V50 
Vers de soci^te. Jones. 821 J71 
Vessels and voyages. Wynkoop. 387 1V99 
Via Cornwall to Egypt. Cnmming. 916.2 C91 
Viardoty Louis. Wonders of European art 

759 V65E 

— Wonders of Italian art 759;5 V65 

— Wonders of sculpture. 730 V65 
Victoria, Queen of England, TuLLOCK. Story 

of the life of Queen Victoria. J923. 1 V66T 
Victorian half oentniy. YoBge. 942 Y8V 



oa^ 



VIKW, 



WALKER. 



View of andent and modem Egypt. Rossell. 

032 R91 
Views afoot. Taylor. 914 T31V 

Views around Ithaca. Clarlc. 917.47 C55 

Views on vexed <iuestioD8. Kinsley. 814 K62 
Vignoli, Tito. Myth and scienoe. 291 V68 

Vilcinfir age. DuChaillii. 948 D85 

Villages and village life. Egleston. 710 Eg5V 
Villari, Linda. In change, unchanged. 2 V71 
Vincent, Frank, Jr, Norsk, Lapp, and Finn. 

914.8 V74 

— Through and through the tropics. 910.8 V74 
Vincent « G. £. iSome Italian authors and their 

works. 928.5 VT4 

Vincent, J. H. Modem Sunday-school. 268 V74 
Vinci, Leonardo da. Treatise on painting; tr. by 

J. F. Rigaud. 750 V74 

— RiCHTKK. Leonardo da Vinci. 927 V74 
Vining,£. P. Mystery of Hamlet 822.3 V76 
Violin. FuEioNO. Old violins and their makers. 

787 F62 
Viollet-le-Dnc, E. E. Learning to draw. 

740 V81 
Vindl. JBneid;tr. byJ. Conington. 873.1 C75 

— St(»iee from Virgil; ed. by A. J. Church. 

873.1 C47 
-Collins. Virgil. 873.1 C69 

^Same. 873.1 €69 V 

Vlifinia* Cooks. Stories of the Old Dominion. 

975.5 C77S 
-Coon. Virginia. 975.5 €77 V 

— JBiTFKitsoN. Notes ou the state of Virginia. 

R975.5 J35 
Virinnia campaign of Hii-4i5. Humphreys. 

973.7 H88V 
Vision. Dante Alighieri. 851 D23V 

Vision of Esther. De Kay. 811 D36Ve 

Vision of Nimrod. De Kay. 811 D36Vn 

Visions; a study of false sight. Clarke. 617 €55 
Visit to Ceylon. IIHckel. 915.4 Hll 

Visit to - some American schools and colleges. 
Blake. 378.73 B58 

Visit to Wazan. Watson. 916.4 W33 



Vizetelly, Henry. Diamond necklace. 944 V83 
Vocal Music. Dow. Artistic singing. 

784.9 D75 
See also Voice. 
Vofpely Hermann. Chemistry of light and photo- 
graphy. 535 V86 
Voice. Browns ami Bbhnks. Voice, song, and 
speech. 784.9 B81 

— Holmes. Science of voice production and voice 

preservation. 784.9 H73 

— Wabman. Voice. 784.9 W23 

See cdso Vocal Music. 
Voices for the speechless. Firth. 808 F51 

Volcanoes. Dana. Characteristics of volcanoes. 

551.2 D19 

— Hartwig. Volcanoes and earthquakes. 

551.2 H252 

— JUDD. Volcanoes. 551.2 J88 

See also ideology. 
Volckhausen, Adoiph von. Why did he not die ? 

3 V88W 
Voltaire, F. M. A. Morlet. Voltaire. 

928.42 V88M 

— Pabtoh. Life of Voltaire. 2 v. 928.42 V88P 
Volunteer fire department of the city of New York. 

Sheldon. 352.3 8h4 

Vors, Frederic. Bibelots and curios. 739 V91 
Vosburgh, H. K. Tinsmith^s helper and pattern 
book. 671 V92 

Vose, O. L. Manual for railroad engineers and en- 
gineering students. 625 V92 
Voyage alone in the yawl " Rob Roy.** Macgregor. 

914 SI17V 
Voyage of the Jeannette. De Long. 919.8 D38 
Voyage of the paper canoe. Bishop. 917.3 B54V 
Voyage of the Vega round Asia and Europe. 
Nordenskittld. 910.8 N75 

Voyage of the Vivian to the North Pole. Knox. 

J9I9.8 K77 
Voyages. See Travels and Voyages. 
V oyages and adventures of Vasco da Ghuna. To wie. 

J923.9 V44 



W 



W.,F. 8. Dame Heraldry. J929 Wll 

Wages question. Walker. 331 WI5W 

Wagnery Bichard. Hukffkr. Richard Wagner. 

927 W12H 
Wagner* Rudolph. Handbook of chemical tech- 
nology. 542 W12 
Wagner, William. Epics and romances. 

398.2 W12 
Watte, H. R., ed. Boy's workshop. J680 W13 
Wake-robin. Burroughs. 814 B94W 

Walden. Thoreau. 917.44 T39W 

Wales. SbsBngland* 



Walford, Edward. Juvenal. 
Walford, L. B. Cousins. 

— Mr. Smith. 
^Pauline. 

— Troublesome daughters. 



877.7 W14 
2 W14C 
2 WUM 
2 W14P 
2 W14T 



Walker, Amasa. Scienoe of wealth. 330 W15 
Walker, DonakL Manly exercises. 790 W15 
Walker, F. A. Money. 332 W15 

— Money in its relation to trade and industry. 

332 W15BI 

— Wages question. 331 W15W 



Kim 



WALKER. 



WARNER. 



Walker, P. A.—confintied. 

^ C4)mp. Statistical atlas of tho United States, based 

onthecenusof 1K70. R012 W15 

Walks abrocul of two young naturalists. Beau- 

{nrand. J500 B37 

Walks from Eden. Warner. 220.0 W244W 
Walks in London. Hare. 914.2 H22 

Walks in Rome. Hare. 914.5 H22W 

WallyE. J. Dictionary of photography. 770 W15 
Wallace^A.R. Australasia. 919.3 W15 

— G^eographical distribution of animals. 2 v. 

591.9 W15 
^ Malay archipelago. 919.1 W15 

^coTiip. Tropical nature. 590 W15 

Wallace, D.H. Russia. 914.7 W15 

Wallace, Lewis. Ben-Hur. 1 W15B 

— Boyhood of Christ. J232 W15 

— Fair God. 1 W15F 
Wallace, S.E. Gin^vra. Jl W152Ci: 
Walmsley, H. M. Brank»omo Dene. 2 W16 

— Brig and tho lugger. 2 W16B 

— Chasseur d' Afriquo. 1 W16C 

— Jjife guardsman. 2 W 1 6L 
Walpole, C. G. History of Ireland. 941.5 W16 
Walpole, Horace, 4th EaH of Orford. Letters. 

Ov. 820 W14 

Walsh, J. H. (Stonehenge.) Dog in health and 

disease. 630.7 W16 

Walters, J. C. In Tennyson land. 914.2 W17 
Walton, Izaak. Complete angler. 799 WI7 

Wanderers by sea and land. Goodrich. 

J818 G62W 
Wandering naturalists. Lawson. 590 L44 
Wanderings in four continents, anon, 

910.8 W18 
Wanderings in Spain. Hare. 914.6 H22 

War diary of events in the Great Rebellion, (cor- 
don. 973.7 G05W 
War for the Union. Champlin. 973.7 C35 
War of American Independence, 1775-^. Tjudlow. 

973.3 1.96 
War of \%\)A and War with Mexico. Thomson. 

973 T38 

War of Independence. Fiske. • 973.3 F54 

War of the Rnees. Edgar. 942 Ed3 

War burton, E. B. G. Crescent and the cross. 

910.8 W19 

— Darien. 2 W19D 
Warborton, William. Edwanl IIL 942 W19 
Ward, A. W. Chaucer. 928.21 C39 
Ward , E. S. (P.) Beyond the gates. 1 W2 1 B 

— Doctor Zay. 1 W21D 

— Friends. 1 W2ir 

— Gates ajar. 1 W21G 

— Gates between. 1 W21Ga 

— Hedged in. 1 W21H 

— Mmlonna of the tubs. 1 W2 1 M 

— Master of the magicians. 1 W21]|[a 

— Men, women, and ghosts. 1 W2 1 Me 

— Oki maids.— Burglars in panuiise. 1 W210 

— Sealed orders. I W21S 



Ward, E. S. (P,)—e(miinued. 

— SUent partner. 1 W218i 

— Story of Avis. 1 W2l8t 

— and Ward, H. D. Come forth. 1 W2IC 

— and othen. Our famous women. 990.7 W21 
Ward, H. D. New senior at Andover. 

Jl W21N 

Ward, Herbert My life with Stanley ^ rear-gnard. 

916.7 W21 
Ward,Jfrs. M. Microscope. 578 W21 

— Teleecope. 523 W2I 
Ward, M. A. Mis Bretherton. 2 W212M 

— Petrarch. 928.51 P44W 

— Robert Ekonere. 2 v. 2 W3I2R 
Ward, T. H., #>d. English poets. 4y. 821 M*21 

— ed. Men of the reign. R930 W2I 

— ed. Men of the time. R920 W2I1II 
Wardman, George. Trip to Alaska. 917.08 W21 
Ware, W. R. Modem perspective. 742 W22 
Ware, WUliam. Aurelian. 1 W22 

— Julian. 2 V. 1 W22J 

— Zenobia. 1 W22Z 
Waring, G. E., Jr. Draining for profit and <lrain- 

ing for health. 628 W23D 

— Sanitary drainage of houses and towns. 

028 W23S 

— Sewerage and land-drainage. 628 W23Se 

— Tyrol and the skirt of the Alps. 91 4.36 W23 
Warman, E. B. Voice. 784.9 W23 
Warn, R. H. Sheet metal worker's instructor. 

671 W24 

Warner, A. B. {Amy Lothrop,) Dollars and 

cents. I W24D 

— My brother's keeper. 1 W244JI 
Warner, CD. Backk)g studies. 817 W24 

— Being aboy. J8I7 W24B 

— Captain John Smith; a study of his life and 

writings. 923.9 SmS 

— In the Levant. 915.6 W24 

— In the wilderness. 917.47 W24 

— Little journey in the workL 1 W242lt 

— My smumer in a garden. 817 W24JII 

— My winter on the Nile. 916.2 W24 

— On horseback. 917 W24 

— Roundabout journey. 914 W24 

— Saunterings. 914 W24S 

— Their pUgrimage. 1 W242T 

— Washington Irving. 928.17 Ir8W 

— and others. Hints for home reading. 028 W24 
Warner, Susan. (Klizaheth Wetherrll.) Bread 

and oranges. J I W244B 

— Broken waUs of Jerusalem. 220.9 W244 

— Daisy. 1 W244D 

— Daisy Plains. I W244I>a 

— Diana. 1 W244Di 

— Endofaooil. 1 W244£ 

— Flag of truce. J 1 W244F 

— Hills of the Shatemuc. 1 W244H 

— Kingdom of Judah. 220.9 W244K 

— Letter of credit. 1 W244It 

— Little camp^ Jl W244I4 



{}m 



WARNER. 



WATT. 



Waraer, Snaan— eontmued. 

— Melbonme Hoiue. 

— HyBesiro. 

— Nobody. 
-* Old helmet. 

— Qmeediy. 

— Rapids of Klagara. 

— Red wallflower. 

— Soeptz^sand crowns. 

— Stephen, M. D. 

— Trading. 

— Walks from Eden. 

— Wide, wide world. 

— Willow Brook. 



1 W344M 

1 W344My 

1 W244N 

1 W2440 

1 W244Q 

Jl W344R 

1 W244Re 

Jl W344S 

1 W244St 

1 W244T 

220.9 W244W 

1 W244W 

Jl W244W 



» and Warner, A. B. Ellen Montgomery's book- 
riielf. 6 y. viz.— 

— 1. Mr. Rutherford's chiklmi. Jl W244E 

— a. By bU and Chryssa. Jl W244E2 

— 8. Hard maple. Jl W244E3 

— 4. Carl Exinken. Jl W244E4 
^ 6. Casper. Jl W244E5 

— Gold of Chickaree. 1 W244G 

— SayandseaL 1 W244S 
Warreny SamueL Adventures of an attorney in 

search of practice. 340.0 W25 

— Diary of a late physician. 2 W25D 

— lily and the bee. 2 W25L 

— Nowandthen. 2 W25N 

— Ten thousand a year. 2 W25T 
4* Waningtoii '' pen portraits. Robinson. 

920.5 R66 
Waslibnni, C. A History of Fftraguay. 

989 W2T 
Washbnniy K B. Sketch of Edward Coles. 

923.2 COT 
Washington 9 George. Abbott. George Washing- 
ton. J923.1 W27A 

— Bancroft. Life of George Washhigton . 

923.1 W27B 

— CoNWATy ed, George Washington's rules of 

civility. 395 C76 

— EvKBBtT. Life of George Washington. 

923.1 W27E 

— Habbkbxon. George Washington. 

923.1 W27U 

— iBViiro. Life of G^eorge Washington. 5 v. 

923.1 W27I 

— LossiNO. Life of Washington. S v. 

923.1 W27L 

— LOBBDro. Washington and the American repub- 

Uc. St. 923.1 W27Lo 

— ScHBOBDKB. Life and times of Washington. 2 v. 

923.1 W278C 

— SCUBDCB. George Washington. 923.1 W27S 

— SiiowDBif. Description of the medals of Wash- 

ington. 737 8n6D 

— Stoddabd. George Washington. 923.1 W27St 
WaaUngtony Martha, and Mary. Lossino. Mary 

and Martha Washington. 923. 1 W27I 

WwuMmgUnkf D. 0. MABXiir. Behind the soeoes 

in WftAi«gfen« 917.53 M36 



Washington, D. C — continued. 

— Moore. Pictureaquo Washington. 917.53 M78 

— Nichols. Nelly Marlow in Washington. 

J917.53 N51 

— Todd. Story of Washmgton. 975.3 T56 

— TowNSEND. Washing^n outside and inside. 

917.53 T66 

Washington, State, Bancsoft. Washington, 

Idaho, and Montana. in R970 B22 v. 31 

— LsiOHTON. Life at Puget Sound. 917.9 I<53 
Washington and his generals. Headley. 

923.1 H34W 
Washington BibleK;]asB. Dodge. 244 DG6 

Washington bridge. Hntton. R624 H97 

Wasteland wanderings. Abbott. 590 Ab2W 
Watch JHaking. Hasluck. Clock jobber^s handy- 
book. 681 H27C 

— Hasluck. Watch jobber*s handybook. 

081 H27W 
Water. Tissanddbb. Wonders of water. 

551 T52 

— Tyndall. Forms of water in clouds and rivers, 

ice and glaciers. 551 T97 

Water Colors. See Painting. 
Water supply. Nichols. 628 N51 

Waters works. See Sanitary Engineering. 
Waters, C. E. (C.) Charlotte Cushman. 

927 C95W 
—Same. in 927 B64C2 

— Egypt. 932 W31 

— Handbook of Christian symbols. 755 W31C 

— Handbook of legendary and mythological art. 

755 W31 

— Outline history of i)ainting for beginners and 

students. 751 V31 

— Painters, sculptors, architects, engravers, and 

their works. 927 W31P 

— Sculpture for beginners and students. 730 W3 1 

— Stories of art and artists. 027 W31S 

— aTid Hntton 9 Laurence. Artists of the nine- 

teenth centuiy and their works. 2v. 927 W31 
Watson 9 B. A. Sportsman's paradise. 799 W33 
Watson 9 E. P. Manual of the hand lathe. 

021.9 W33 
Watson, H. C. Boston tea party. J973.3 W33B 

— Camp-fires of Naiwlean. 944 W33 

— Noble deeds of our fathers. J973.3 W33N 
Watson 9 H. W. Elements of plane and solid 

geometry. 513 W33 

Watson 9 J. M. Calisthenics and gymnastics. 

013 W33 
Watson 9 J. S., tr, Sallust, Florus, and Velleius 
Paterculus. 878.9 W33S 

Watson 9 John. Schelling^a ucuiaoendental ideal- 
ism ; a critical exposition. 1 93 W33 
Watson, R. S. Visit to Wazan. 916.4 W33 
Watson, Thomas. Poems. 821 W33 
Watt, Alexander. Electro-deposition. 537.8 W34 
Watt, James. Abaqo. Historical eloge of James 
Watt 926 W84A 



caai) 



WATT. 



WHEATLEY. 



Watty Robert, comp. Bibliotheca Biitannica. 4 v. 

R015 W34 
Wattcrson, Henry, ed. Oddities in Southern life 
and character. 817 W34 

Watts, Henry. Dictionary of chemistry. 9 v. 

R540.3 W34 

— Manual of chemistry. 540 W34M 
Wayland 9 Francis. Murray. Francis Wayland. 

922 W36M 
Wayside flowers and ferns. Hervey. 

R580 H44W 
Wayside weeds. Thomson. 580 T38 

We two alone in Europe. Ninde. 914 N62 

Weale, John. Dictionary of terms used in archi- 
tecture, engineering, etc. R603 W3T 
Weather. See Meteorology. 
Weather warnings for watchers. ** Clerk, The.** 

551.5 G59 
Weaver, Emily. My lady Nell. Jl W37M 

Webb, A. 8. Peninsula; McCleUan^s campaign of 
1862. 9T3.T W38 

Webb, C. H. {John JFhw/.) Parodies. 827 W38 
Weber, Alice. Angela; a sketch. 1 W38A 

Weber, K. F. M. £. von. Benedict. Weber. 

927 W38 
Webster, DanieL Great speeches and orations. 

815 W38G 

— Speeches; ed. by Tefft 815 W38 

— CuBTis. Life of Daniel Webster. 2 v. 

923.2 W39C 

— Habykt. Reminiscences and anecdotes of Daniel 

Webster. 923.2 W39II 

— Tefjt. Life of Daniel Webster. 923.2 W39T 
Webster, Noc^. International dictionary of the 

English language. R423 W39 

— ScuDDER. Noah Webster. 924 W39 
Wedding, . Basic Bessemer process ; tr. by W. 

B. Phillips and Ernst Prochaska. 609 W41 
Weed, Thurlow. Autobiography; with mempir by 

T. W. Barnes. 2 y. 923.2 W41 

Weeden, W. B. Economic and social history of 

New England, 1620-1789. 2 v. 974 W41 

— Social hLW of hLbor. 331 W41 
Week on the Ckmcord and Merrimack rivers. Tho- 

rean. 917.44 T39We 

Weeks, H. C. See Campbell, Helen. 
Weeks, L. H. Among the Azores. 9J4.09 W41 
Weights and Measures. Culrke. Weights, 

measures, and money. 389 C55 

— Dayies. Metric system. 389 D28 
Weir, Harrison. Our cats, and all about them. 

030.8 W43 

Weitzel,S. W. Ren^ of France. 920.7 R29 

Welch, A. S. Object lessons. 372 W44 

Wellington, Arthur Welledey. 1st Duke of. Let- 

terstoMiaiJ. 820 W40 

— Maxwell. Life of the Duke of Wellington. St. 

923.5 W40 
Wells, D. A. Recent economic changes. 

330 W40 

— Things not generally known. 500 W45 



WelU, H. P. aty boys in the woods. J7M W46 

Wells, K. 6. Two modem women. 1 W46T 

W ells, Samuel, and others. Through a micnieoope. 

578 W40 

Wells, W. H. Graded course of instruction for 
pubUc schools. 371 W46 

WellSy W. V. Life and public serrloes of Banmel 
Adams. 923.2 Adl4W 

Welsh, A. H. Development of English IJteratare 
and language. 2 v. 820 W44 

Werner, E., pseud. See Bttrstenbinder, Elisa- 
beth. 

Wesley, John, Tterman. Life and times of the 
Rev. John Wesley. 3 v. 922 W51 

Wesselhoefl, L. F. Flipwing, the spy. 

Jl W51F 

— Sparrow, the tramp. Jl W51S 
West, T. D. American foundry practloe. 

071 W52 

— Moulders' text-book. 071 W52M 
West African islands. Ellis. 914.0 E15 
West Indies. Eden. West Indies. 972.9 Ed3 

— Froude. English in the West Indies. 

917.20 F93 

— Hellwald. Central America, West Indies, and 

South America. 918 H30B 

— EiNOSLET. At last; a Christmas in the West 

Indies. 917.29 KOI 

— EiNiOHT. Cruise of the* Alerte.* 917.29 K74 

— Ober. Camps in the Caribbees. 917.29 OM 

— Ober. Knockabout Club in the Antilles. 

J917.29 ObSK 

— Paton. Down the islands. 917.29 P27 
West Point, N, F. Boymton. History of West 

Point. 355 B7I 

Westall, William. Strange crimes. 2 W52S 
Westbury, Hugh. Acte. 2 W522A 

Westcott, Thompson. Historic mmiginw of PhiUir 

delphia. 917.48 W52 

Westminster and other sermons. Trench. 

252 T72 

Westminster sermons. Kingsley. 252 KOI 
Westminster sermons. Stanley. 252 St2W 
Westropp, H. M. Handbook of ardueology. 

913 W52 
Wet days at Edgewood. Mitchell. 818 MOOW 
Wetherell, Elizabeth, pseud. See Warner, Susan. 
Wey, Francis. Rome. R913.37 W54 

Weyman, aJ. House of the wolf . 2 W54II 
Whales we caught and how we did it. Macy. 

J910.4 JII25 
Whaling cruise to Baffin Bay. Markhan. 

*919.8 M74 
What career? Hale. 174 HIS 

What g^ls can do. Browne. 390 B81 

What is the Bible ? Ladd. 220 1.13 

What social dassee owe to each other. Snmner* 

304 SuO 

Wheat pUmt KUppart. 033 K68 

Wheatley, H. B. Sao^uel Pepys and the world he 

lived in, 993*5 r39W 



cssai^ 



WH£JBLER. 



WILKINSON. 



Wheeler, C. G. Conne of empire. 909 W56 

Wheeler, W. A. Dictiaiiary of the noted names 

offictioo. R803 W56 

— Who wrote it f R014 W56 

— and Wheeler, C. G. Familiar allusions. 

R803 W56F 
When I was a hoy in China. Lee, Yan Phou. 

915.1 L51 
Whence, what, where f Nichols. 218 N51 

Whipple, K P. Amerinan Uterature. 810 W57 

— Character and characteristic men. 814 W58C 

— Essays and reviews. 2 v. 814 W58E 

— literature and life. 814 W58L 

— Literature of the age of Elizabeth. 820 W57 

— Success and its conditions. 814 W58S 
Whist. See Games and Amusements. 
Whltaker, Joseph. Reference catalogue, 1885, 'SO. 

R015 W68 
Whitby, Beatrice. Fart of the property. 

2 W58P 
White, A. D. Paper money inflation in France. 

332.5 W58 
White, C. A. Classic literature. 809 W58 

White, KO. Miss Brooks. 1 W582JII 

White, GMlbert. Natural history of Selbome. 

590 W58 
White, Greenough. Sketch of the philosophy of 
American literature. 810 W58 

White, H.K. Poetical works. 821 W58 

White, John. Sketches from America. 917 W58 
White, R. G. England without and within. 

914.2 W58 

— Fate of Mansfield Humphreys. 1 W58 

— Words and their uses. 428.3 W58 

— ed. SHAK8FEABB. Works. 12 V. 822.33 W 
White, William. Life of Emanuel Swedenborg. 

922 Sw3W 
White and black in the United States. Campbell. 

917.3 C15 

White JHomitainB. Drake. Heart of the White 

Mountains. R9I7.42 D78 

— SPAUUinro. Historical relics of the White 

Mountains. 917.42 Sp2 

White umbrella in Mexico. Smith. 917.2 Sm5 
Whitehead, W. A., and others^ ed. Documents 
rating to the colonial history of the state of 
New Jersey. 12 v. and index. R974.9 N46 
WhitelBf , Richard. Island ; or, An adventure of 
a person of quality. 2 W583I 

» li^Ting Farisand France. 914.4 W58 

Whitham, J. M. Descriptive treatise on construc- 
tive steam-engineering. 621*1 W59 
Whitman, a W. Making of pictures. 750 W59 
Whitney, A. D. (T.) Ascutney Street. 1 W61 

— Bonnyborongh. 1 W61B 

— Faith Gartney's girlhood. 1 W61F 
>- GaywortiiyB. 1 W61G 

— Hitherto. 1 W61H 

— Homespan yams. 1 W6IH0 

— Mother Goose for grown folks. 811 W61M 

— Odd^areyeaf 1 W610 



Whitney, A. D. CP.)— continued, 

— Other girls. 

— Patience Strong^s outings. 

— Real folks. 

— Sights and insights. 2 v. 



1 weiot 

1 WClP 

1 W6IR 
1 wcis 



— Summer in Leslie Goldth waiters life . 1 WOlSn 

— We girls. 1 W61W 
Whitney, W. D. Compendious German and English 

dictionary. R433.2 W61 

— Language and the study of language. 409 W61 

— Life and growth of language. 401 WCl 
Whittier, J. G. Complete poetical works. 

811 W612C 

— Poetical works. 811 W612P 

— ed. Chikilife. 808 W61 

— ed. Child life in prose. 808 W61C 

— ed. Songs of three centuries. 821 W61S 

— KsNNEDT. John Greenleaf Whittier. 

928.11 W61K 
Who wrote it? Wheeler. ROM W56 

Why men do not believe. Laforet. 211 L13 
Whymper, Edward. Scrambles among the Alps. 

914 WG2 
Whymper, Frederick. Sea ; a story of adventure. 

910.4 W62 
Wichert, £. A. A. G. Green gate. 3 W63G 

Wiese, L. A. Grerman letters on English education. 

373.42 W63 
Wiggin, K. D. Birds' Christmas caroL Jl W63B 

— Story of Patsy. Jl W63S 

— Summer in a cafion. 1 W63S 
Wilberforce, William. Stouohton. William 

Wilberforoe. 923.2 W04 

Wild animalsof the Bible. Wood. 220.8 W85W 
Wild animals of the tropics. Ilartivig. 

590 H252W 
Wildfiowera Harris. 580 H24 

Wild life in a southern county. Jeffries. 

590 J35 
Wild life on the plains. Caster. 917.8 C96W 
Wild life under the equator. Da Chailla. 

J916.7 D85W 
Wild men and wild beasts. Camming. 

915.4 C91 
Wild north land. Bntler. 917.1 B97W 

Wild sports of the world. Greenwood. 591 G85 
Wilde, Lady J. F. S. Ancient cures, charms, and 
usages of Ireland. 398.3 W64 

Wilde, Oscar. Poems. 821 W65 

Wilder, M. L. OurgirlsatCasaewood. Jl W640 
Wilds of London. Greenwood. 914.2 G85 

Wilkie, Sir David. Moluctt. Sir David Wilkie. 

927 W65 
Wilkins, A. S. Roman antiquities. 913.37 W65 
WUkins, M. E. Adventures of Ann. Jl We5 

— Humble romance. 1 W65H 

— New England nun. 1 W65N 
Wilkius, W. J. Modem Hinduism. 294 W65 
Wilkinson, J. G. Popular account of the ancient 

Egyptians. 2 v. 932 W05 



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WISE. 



Wilkinsoiiy W. T. Photx)-eiigraviiig, photo«tch- 
ing, and photo-lithography. TTO W65 

Will, See Psfchology. 
Willard, F. E. How to win ; a book for girls. 

306 W66 
William I., the Conqueror^ King of England, 
Abbott. History of William the Conqueror. 

J023.1 W67A 

William L of Orange. Nutting. William the 

Hilent. 023.1 WG72 

William of Malme^bury. Chronicle of the kings 

ofEnghind. 042 W67 

William8, A. fi. {J6k.) Birch'wood. Jl W67B 

— Fitch Club. Jl W67F 

— Giant dwarf J 1 W67G 

— Riverside museum. J 1 W67R 

— Scotch caps. Jl W67S 

— Who saved the ship. — Man of the family. 

Jl W67W 

WilliamSf A. W., comp. Poets and poetry of Ire- 
land. 821 WOO 

Williams^ C. W. Fuel, its combustion cod econ- 
omy; ed. by D. K. Clark. 062.0 W07 

Williams^ Charles. Narratives and adventures of 
travellers in Africa. 010 W07 

Williams^ John. Life and actions of Alexander 
the Great. 023.1 A12W 

— Readable dictionary. R423 W07 
Williams* W. Art of landscajjo painting in oil 

colors; ed. by Susan Carter. 758 W07 

Willlamsy W. R. Eras and characters of history. 

204 W07 
Wlllisy O. R. Plants growing without cultivation 
in Now Jersey. 580 WOO 

WilliHy the pilot, anon, J2 W07 

Willouf^hbyy Howard. Australian pictures drawn 
with pen and pencil. 010.4 W08 

Willonglibyy J. C. East Africa and its big game. 

016.7 W68 
Wills. Tsoo. Wills of their own. 347.6 T23 
Willsoiiy Marcius, and R. P., ed. Mosaics of 
German history. 038 W60 

Wilson 9 Alexander, and Bonaparte, C. L. Ameri- 
can ornithology. R508.2 W60 
Wilson, Andrew. Abode of snow. 015.4 W60 

— Chapters on evolution. 575 W60 
Wilson, A. J. (E.) At the mercy of Tiberius. 

1 W60 

— Beulah. 1 W60B 

— Inez. 1 W60I 

— Infelice. 1 W60In 

— Macaria. 1 W60M 

— StEhno. 1 W60S 

— VashtL 1 W60V 
WilMon, DanieL Prehistoric man. 2 v. 571 W60 
Wilson, E. L. Photographies. 770 W60 

— Quarter century in photography. 770 W60Q 

— ed. Photographic mosaics, 1891. 770 W60P 
Wilson, George. Handbook of hygiene. 613 W60 
Wilson, Henry. Rise and fall of the slave power 

in America. 3 y. 326.07 WOO 



Wilson, Henry, and Caulfield, James. Book of 
wonderful characters. 090.8 WOO 

Wilson, J. G. Bryant and his friends. 

R028.1 WOO 
Wilson, J. H. China. 015.1 WOO 

Wilson, J. M., ed. Tales of the borderB and of 

Scotland. 4 v. 2 WOO 

Wilson, John. {Christopher North.) Noctes a:r> 

brosiansB. 5 v. 828 WOO 

— Recreations of Christopher North. 824 WOO 

— Gordon. ' Christopher North.' 028.28 WOO 
Wilson, R. A. Mexico. 017.2 WOO 
Wilson, W. D. First principles of political econ- 
omy. 330 WOO 

Winchell, Alexander. Geological excnrsioiis. 

550 W72 

— Preadamites. 573 W73 

— Sketches of creation. 550 W72S 

— Sparks from a geologist's hammer. 550 W72Sp 
Winckelmann, J. J. History of ancient art. 

2v. 700 W72 

Winder, F. H. Lost ia Africa. 2 W72L 

Window gardener. Rand. 716 R15 

Winflcld, C. n. History and maps of the land 

titles in Hudson County, N. J. 074.0 W7S 
Winged life in the tropics. Hartwlf. 

508.2 U252Wi 
Winners in life's race. Buckley. 506 B85 

Winslow, F. E. Children's fahy geograpby. 

J0I4 W73 
WInsor, Justin. Narrative and critical history of 

America. 8 v. R070 W73 

— Reader's handbook of the American Revolntioii. 

073.3 W73 
Winter, J. S., paeud. See Staanaid, H. £. V. 
Winter, William. Jeffersons. 027 W73 

-Poems. 811 WT3 

— Trip to England. 014.2 W73 
Winter in India. Baxter. 015.4 B33 
Winter in Russia. Gautier. 014.7 G23 
W Inter sketches from the saddle. Codman. 

017.47 C04 
Winter sunshine. Burroughs. 814 B04Wi 
Winter's tale; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. Shakspeare. 

822.33 R30 
Winthrop, Theodore. Canoe and the nddle. 

017.7 W725 

— CecU Dreeme. 1 W73 

— John Brent. 1 W73J 

— Life in the open air, and other papeira. 

017.3 W73 

Wirt, William. life and character of Pktiick 
Henry. 023.2 U30W 

Wisconsin— Seote Historical Society. Catalogue 
oftheUbrary. ROlO St2 

Wisconsin. Thwaites. Story of WlaoooAi. 

077.5 T42 

Wisdom of Holy Scripture. JKcIlvaiiie. 

230 BI18 

Wise, Daniel. {LawreTice Lanoewood.) BojtraT- 
ellors in Arabia. ^015«3 W7$ 



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WOOD. 



WiflBf Daniel— con«nt<0(2. 

— Sidney De Grey. Jl W75L 

— Toung knights of the croes. 170 W75 
Wiseman, N. P. B. Lectures on the principal 

doctrines and practices of the Catholic Church. 
2v. 282 W75 

Wit and Hnmor. Brown. Wit and humor. 

817 B81 

— Mathxwb. Wit and humor ; their use and abuse. 

809.7 1II42 

— Mason Humorous masterpieces from American 

Uterature. 8 v. 817 JI138 

Wiiclicrafty M agicy etc. Bbewstsb. Letters on 

natural magic. 133 B75 

— Dahloben. South-Mountain magic 133 D14 

— Ennzxoseb. History of magic. 2 v. 133 £n6 

— Maupassant. Modem ghosts. 133 JI144 

— OwxN. Footfalls on the boundary of another 

world. 133 Ow2 

— Soon. Letters on demonology and witchcraft. 

133 Sco8 

— Sully. IUusIods. 133 Sa5 
Witli the king at Oxford. Chnrch. 042 C47W 
Witiierspoon, Orlando. Doctor Ben. 1 W77 
Witt, H. (G.) de. French country family. 4 W78 
-— Monsieur Ouizot in private life. 928.48 G94 

— Motherless. 4 W78JII 
Witt, P. (G.) de. Dames of high estate. 944 W78 

— Only sister. 4 W7820 
Wolf, Lucien. Sir Moses Monteflore. 923.6 JI176 
Woifert's Roost Inring. 818 ir8W 
Woill', Julius. Fifty years, three months, two 

days. 3 W83 

— Robber count. 3 W83R 

— Saltmaster of Lilneburg. 3 W83S 
Woiistonecraft, Mary. See Godwin, M. (W). 
Woltmann , Alfred, and W oermann , K. History 

of ancient, early Christian, and mediaBval paint- 
ing. 2y. R750 W83 

WolTertoaian, A., pseud. Three years at Wol- 
yerton. J2 W83T 

Wolyes and the lamb. Thaclceray. 

in 828 T32JI1 

Woman. Ames. Sex in industry. 396 Am3 

— Bacon. Japanese girls and women. 396 B13 
^ BaiJjOU. Notable thoughts about woman. 

396 B21 

— Bmbchxb. Woman's prof easion. 396 B39 



— Bbackxtt. Education of American girls. 

376 B72 

— Bbowhx. What girls can do. 396 B8I 

— Clarkk. Building of a brain. 376 C55 

— Clabkx. Sex in education. 376 C55S 

— CoBBX. Duties of women. 396 C63 
^lOix. I^ectures on the calling of a Christian 

womaa. 396 I>64 

— DoDQX. Bundle of letters to busy girls. 

396 D662 

— DoDGX. Woman*s worth and worthlessness. 

396 D66 

— FimLON. Education of girls. 396 F35 



Woman — covUinued. 

— Hows. Sex and education. 376 H83 

— Jameson. Characteristics of Shakespeare's 

women. 396 J23 

— Lanoe. Higher education of women in Europe. 

376 L.26 
^Metxxl Woman's work in America. 396 1II57 

— Mill. Subjection of women. 396 JI159 

— Newton. Woman's work in the world. 

396 N48 

— Obton. Liberal education of woman. 376 Or8 

— Phelps. Educator. 376 P51 

— Phelps. Student ; or, Fireside friend. 

376 P51S 

— Ryder. Go right on, girls I 396 R97G 

— Rydeb. Hold up your heads, girls I 396 R97U 

— Saffobd. Health and strength for girls. 

396 Sal 

— SCHOTT. Health hints to women. 618 Seh6 

— Sewell. Principles of education. 376 Se8 

— Upton. Woman in music. 396 Up8 

— WiLLABD. How to win ; a book for girls. 

396 W66 

Woman's profession. Beechen 396 B39 

Woman's trip to Alaska. Collis. 917.98 C69 

Women of Christianity. Kavanagh. 922 K17 

Women of Israel. 2 v. Agniiar. 920.7 Ag9 

Women of the Bible. Headiey. 922 U34 

Wonder stories of science. Beach. J670 B35 

Wonderful balloon ascents. Marion. 533 JII33 
Wonderful cities of the world. Smith. 

J910.8 Sm5W 
Wonderful city of ToUo. Greey. J915.2 G86W 
Wonderful escapes. Bernard. 920 B45 

Wonderful nests. Wood. 590 W85W 

Wonders and curiosities of the railway. Kennedy. 

656 K42 

Wonders of acoustic& Radan. 534 Rll 

Wonders of architecture. Ijefevre. 720 L52 
Wonders of bodily strength and skilL Depping. 

796 D44 
Wonders of electricity. Baiie. 537 B15 

Wonders of engraving. Duplessis. 760 D92 
Wonders of geology. Mantel!. 550 M31W 
Wonders of optics. Marion. 535 M33 

Wonders of Pompeii. Monnier. 913.37 M75 
Wonders of science ; or, Young Humphry Davy. 
Mayhew. 925 D31M 

Wolidcrs of sculpture. Viardot. 730 V65 

Wonders of the deep. De Vere. 551 D49 

Wonders of the heavens. Fiammarion. 

523.1 F6i 
Wonders of the moon. Guiiiemin. 523.3 G94 
Wonders of the Yellowstone. Richardson. 

917.87 R39 
Wonders of vegetation. Marion. 580 M34 
Wonders of water. Tissandier. 551 T52 

Woody Alphonso. American botanist and florist. 

580 W85 

— ClBS»-book of botany. 580 W85C 



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WOOLSEY. 



Woody AlphoDSO — continued. 

— Descriptive botany ; a flora iDcluding plants in the 

United States from the Atlantic to the MisKisslppi. 

580 W85D 
Wood, Charles. Buried alone. 2 W851B 

Wood, £. (P.) Adam Grainger. 2 W85 

— Anne, and other tales. 2 W85A 

— Anne Hereford. 2 W 85 An 

— BeasyRane. 2 W85B 

— Channings. 2 W85Cli 

— Cknirt Netherleigh. 2 W85Co 

— DeneHoUow. 2 W85De 
-"EastLynne. 3 v. 2 W85E 
-<Edina. 2 W85Ed 

— Elster's folly. 2 W85EI 

— Foggy night at Offord, and other stories. 

2 W85F 

— George Canterbury's will. 2 W85C; 

— Helen Whitney^s wedding, and other stories. 

2 W85Ile 

— House of Halli weU. 2 W 85 1 U 

— Johnny Ludlow. 2 W85J 

— Lady Adehdde*8 oath. 2 W85L 

— Life's secret. 2 W85Li 

— Lord OakbumVi daughters. 2 W85Lo 

— Lost in the poet 2 W85Lp 

— Master of Groylands. 2 W851II 

— Mildred ArkeU. 2 W85Mi 

— Mrs. HalUburton's troubles. 2 W85Mr 

— Mystery of Jessy Pago, and other stories. 

2 W85Jlly 

— Orville College. 2 W850 

— Oswald Cray. 2 W850« 

— Pomeroy Abbey. 2 W85Po 

— Red Court farm. 2 W85R 

— Roland Yorke. 2 W85Ro 

— St. Martinis eve. 2 W 858 

— Shadow of Ashlydyat. 3 v. 2 W85Sh 

— Story of Dorothy Grape, and other tales. 

2 W858t 

— Tale of sin, and other tales. 2 W85T 

— Told in the twilight. 2 v. 2 W85To 

— Trevlyn Hold. 2 W85Tr 

— Vomer's pride. 3 v. 2 W85V 

— Within the maze. 2 W85W 
Wood, Henry. £dward Burton. 1 W85E 
Wood, Mrs. Henry. See Wood, E. (P.) 
Wood, H.F. Night of the 3d ult. 2 W852N 

— Passenger from Scotland Yard. 2 W852P 
Wood, J. G. Bees; their habits, management,* and 

treatment. 505.7 W85 

— Bible animals. 220.8 W85 

— Birds of the Bible. 220.8 W 85B 

— Branch builders. 590 W85 

— Common British insects. 505.7 W 85C 

— Common objects of the country. 590 W 85C 

— Common objects of the microscope. 678 W85 

— Domestic animals of the Bible. 220. 8 W 85 D 

— Dominion of man. 501.5 W85 

— Homes under the ground. 500 W 85 llo 

— Homes without hands. 50 1 .5 W8511 



Wood 9 J. G. — continved. 

— Horse and man. 636. 1 W85 

— Illustrated natural history. 3y. R501 W85II 

— Illustrated natural history for young people. 

J501 W85I 

— Insects abroad. 505.7 W851 

— Insects at home. 505.7 W85In 

— Man and beast. 501.5 W851I 

— My back-yax^ Zoo. 601 W85M 

— My feathered friends. 608.2 W85JII 

— Natural history of man. 2 y. R573 W85 

— Out of doors. 600 W850 

— Popular natural history. 600 W85P 

— Romance of animal life. 601 W85K 

— Social habitations and i)arasitio nests. 

501.5 W85S 

— Strange dwellings. 601 W 858 

— Wild animals of the Bible. 220.8 W85W 

— Wonderful nests. 500 W85W 
Wood, T. W. Curiosities of ornithology. 

508.2 W85 
Wood, Wallace. Hundred greatest men. 

020 W85 
Wood Carving. See Sculpture. 
Wood turner's handybook. liaslack. 

621.0 H27W 

Woodberry, G. £; History of wood engraving. 

761 W85 
Woodman, A. J. Picturesque Alaska. 

017.08 W85 
Woodruff* J. L. M. {W. L. M. Jay.) Bellerue. 

1 W80D 
Woods, K. P. Webofgold^ 1 W86!tW 

Woods, K. T. Fair maid of Marblehead. 

1 W803P 

— Hester Hepworth. 1 W863U 
Woods and lakes of Maine. Habliard. 

017.41 H8C 
Wood's household practice of medicine, hygiene, 
and surgery. Carpenter. R610 C22 

Woods of the United States. Sargent. 

581.07 Stt7 
Woolley, C. P. Girl graduate. 1 W8HG 

— Rachel Armstrong. 1 W8HR 
Woolsey, S. C. {fSusan Coolidffe.) Clover. 

Jl W88C 

— Cross patch. J 1 W 88Cr 

— Eyebrigbt. Jl W88E 

— Guernsey Uly . J 1 W 88U 

— Little country girl. J 1 W88L 

— Mischiefs Thanksgiving. J 1 W88ai 

— New-Year 8 bargain. J 1 W88N 

— Nine IttUe gosUngs. J 1 W88Ni 

— Round dozen. Jl W88K 

— Short history of the city of Philadelphia. 

074.8 W888 

— What Katy did. J 1 W88 W 

— What Katy did at school J 1 W88 W li 

— What Katy did next. Jl W86Wk 

— and others. Ballads of romance and history. 

811 W881 



Ci5i6) 



WOOJLSEY. 



XERXES. 



Wooliwyy T. D. Commanisin and socialism. 

335 W88 

— Introductioii to the study of intematioiial law. 

341 W88 

— PoUtical fldenoe. 320 W88 

— Religion of tbe present and of the future. 

252 W88 

— and othen. First century of the republic. 

973 W88 
ll¥oolBonf A. G. Browsing among books. 

814 W88 

— George Eliot and her heroines. 823 C88 
Woolson, C. F. Anne. 1 W883A 

— Castle Nowhere. — Lake country sketches. 

1 W883C 
-- East Angels. 1 W883E 

— For tbe major. 1 W883F 

— Jupiter lighte. 1 W883J 

— Rodman, the keeper. 1 W883R 

— Two women. 811 W88 
Worcester y J. £., ed. Dictionary of the English 

language. • R423 W89 

Worcester, Mas^—Free Publie Library. Cata- 
logue of the circulating department. 

R019 W89 

— Sterne; supplement. 1889. R019 W89S 
Words* GiLMAN. Short stories from the diction- 
ary. 412 G42 

— Mathjbwb. Words; their use and abuse. 

428.3 M42 

— OSMUN. Verbalist 428.3 ' 085 

— Wbitk. Words and their uses. 428.3 W58 

m 

See cUao English Language. 
Words, facts, and phrases. Edwards. 

R423 Ed9 

Wordsworth, Charles. ' Shakspeare^s knowledge 

and use of the Bible. 822.3 W89 

Wordsworth, William. Bits of burnished gold ; 

oomp. by Rose Porter. 821 W89B 

— Poetical works. 821 W89 
Work and wages. Brassey. 331 B730 
Workshop appliances. Shelley. 621.9 Sh4 
World before the deluge. Pigaier. 551 F46 
World by the fireside. Kirby. J910 K63 
World in the Middle Ages. 2 v. Kceppen. 

940 K81 
World of Uttle people. Alden. 595.7 Ai24 
World of the sea. Tandon. 591 T15 

World of wonders, anon, 502 W89 

World's foundation. Giberne. 550 G35 



World's greatest conflict. Boynton* 321 B71 
World's workers. Alldridge. 923.6 A15 

World's worship in stone. Ripley. R723 R48 
WortheUf W. E., ed. Appletons* cydopeedia of 
drawing. R740 Ap5 

Worthington's natural history. J591 W89 

Wrazall, F. C. L. Wild oats. 2 W92W 

Wray, J. J. A man every inch of him. J2 W92JII 

— Peter Pengelly. J2 W92P 
Wright, C. R. A. Threshold of science. 530 W93 
Wright, F. A. Arctiitectural perspectiye for be- 
ginners. R729 W93 

Wright, H. C. Children's stories in American his- 
tory. J973 W93 

— Children's stories in English literature. 

J820 W93 

— Children's stories of American progress. 

J973 W93C 

— Children's stories of the great scientists. 

J925 W93 
Wright, J. M. Practical life. 177 W93 

— In black and gold. 1 W93I 
Wright, Lewis. Practical pigeon keeper. 

636.6 W93 
Wright, R.W. Life, its true genesis. 215 W93 
Wright, T. W. Text-book of mechanics. 

531 W93 

Wright, Thomas. Caricature history of the Georges. 

827 W93 

— Early travels in Palestine. 915*6 W93 

— comp. Dictionary of obsolete and provincial 

English. 2v. 423 W98 

Wurtz, C. A. Atomic theory. 541 W96 

Wyclilfe, John de. Holt. John de Wycliffe. 

922 W97 
Wylie, J. A. History of Protestanism. 3 v. 

270 W97 
Wynkoop, Richard. Vessels and voyages. 

387 W99 
Wynter, Andrew. Fruit between the leaves. 2 y. 

824 W99 
Wyoming. Bancbovt. Nevada, Colorado, Wyom- 
ing. R970 B22 V.25 

— Richardson. Wonders of the Yellowstone. 

917.87 R39 
Wyoming, Benn, Stomx. Poetry and history of 

Wyoming. 974.8 St7 

Wyss, J. R., and JHontoliea, J. L P. Swiss 

family Robinson. 3 W99 

Wythe,J. H. Microecopist 578 W99 



XeiiopiiOB* OyropsBdia and the Hellenics ; tr. by Xenophon—coniinued, 
J. B. Watson. 888.3 W33 — Grant. Xenophon. 

<— Minor works; tr. by J. S. Watson. Xerxes, the Oreat^ King of 

888.3 W33M History of Xerxes. 

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888.3 G76 

Bersia, Abbott. 

J923.1 X2A 



YACHTS. 



YOUNG, 



YachtSy boats, and canoes. Hicks. 699 H52 
Yankee girls in Zulu-land. Sheldon. 

916.7 Sh4 

Yankee in Canada. Thorean. 818 T39Y 

Yates, E. H. Broken to harness. 2 Y2Br 

— Castaway. 2 Y2C 

— Dr. Wainwright's patient. 2 Y2Do 

— Forlorn hope. 2 Y2F 

— Impending sword. 2 Y2I 

— Land at last 2 Y2L 

— Memoirs of a man of the world 928.23 Y2 

— Nobody's fortune. 2 Y2N 

— Rock ahead. 2 Y2R 

— Silent witness. 2 Y2S 

— Two by tricks. 2 Y2T 

— Waiting race. 2 Y2W 

— Wrecked in port. 2 Y2Wr 

— YeUowflag. 2 Y2Y 
Year with the birds. Fowler. 598.2 F82 
Yearbooks. See Annuals. 

Yesterdays with authors. Fields. 820 F45 

Yonge, C. D. Constitutional history of England 

from 17G0 to 1K(X). 342.12 Y8 

— History of Marie Antoinette. 923. 1 JII333 Y 
Yonge, C. M. Armourer's 'prentices. 2 Y8 

— Beochcroft 2 Y8B 

— CagodUon. 2 Y8C 

— Chaplet of pearls. 2 ¥8Cli 

— Clever woman of the family. 2 Y8C1 

— Daisy chain. 2 Y8D 

— Danvers papers. 2 Y8Da 

— Dove in the eagle's nest. 2 Y8Do 

— Dynevor Terrace, 2 Y8Dy 

— Heartsease. 2 Y8H 

— Heir of Redclyffe. 2 Y8He 

— Hopes and fears. 2 Y8Ho 

— Lady Hester. 2 Y8L 

— Lady Hester. — Danvers papers. 2 Y8L2 

— Love and life. 2 Y8Lo 

— Magnum bonum. J2 YSJUi. 

— Modem Telemachus. 2 Y8JII0 

— More bywords. 2 Y8JIIr 

— My young Alcides. 2 Y8illy 

— Nuttie's father. 2 Y8N 

— Pillars of the house. 2 Y8P1 

— Reputed changeling. 2 Y8R 

— Scenes and characters. 2 Y8S 

— Stray pearls. 2 Y88t 

— Three brides. 2 Y8T 

— Trial 2 Y8Tr 

— Two guardians. 2 Y8Tg 

— Two penniless princessei^ 2 Y8Tp 

— Two sides of the shield. 2 Y8Tw 

— Unknown to history. J2 Y8U 

— Victorian half century. 942 Y8V 



Yongey C. M.^oon<{nued. 

— Young folks' Bible history. 220 Y8 

— Young folks' history of Ehigland. J942 Y8Y 

— Young folks' history of France. 944 Y8 

— Young folks' history of Germany. 943 Y8 

— Young folks' history of Rome. J937 Y8 

— Young stop-mother. 2 Y8Y 

— and Weld 9 H. H. Aunt Charlotte's stories of 

American history. J970 Y8 

Yorke, J. F. Evolution and Christianity. 215 Y8 
Yorktown campaign and surrender of Comwallis, 

1781. Johnston. 973.3 J64 

Yonmaasy A. E. Dictionary of every-day wants. 

R603 Y8 
Yoamansy £. L., ed. Correlation and conservation 

of forces. 531 Y8 

Yoangy Alexander. Young folks' history of the 

Netherlands. J949.2 Y8 

Yoang, Archibald. Ulrich von Hutton. 

928.31 H97 
Young, C. A. The sun. 523.7 Y8 

Youngy J. R. Around the world with General 
Grant 910.8 Y8 

Young, John. Physical geography. 651.4 Y8 
Young, Robert. Analytical concordance to the 
Bible. 220.2 Y8 

Young Americans in Japan. Greey* 

J915.2 G86Y 
Young Benjamin Franklin. Mayhew. 

923.2 F85M 
Young engineer's own book. Roper* 

621.1 R68Y 

Young folks' Bible history. Yonge. 220 Y8 

Young folks' catechism of common things. Champ- 

lin. J502 C35 

Young folks' cyclopeedia of common thinga 

Champlin. R031 C35C 

Young folks' cyclopflodia of persons and places. 

Champlin. R031 C35Y 

Young folks' history of America. Butterworth. 

973 B98Y 
Young folks' history of Boston. Butterworth. 

974.4 B98Y 
Young folks' history of England. Yonge. 

J942 Y8Y 
Young folks' history of Germany. Yonge* 

943 Y8 
Young folks' history of the Netherlands. Young. 

J949.2 Y8 
Young folks' history of Mexico. Ober. 972 Ob2 
Young folks' history of Rome. Yonge. J937 Y8 
Young folks' history of the Civil War. Cheney* 

J973.7 C42 

Young folks' history of the United States. Hig- 

ginson. J973 H53Y 



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YOUNG. 



ZOOLOGY. 



Yoang folks^ ideaa. liawreBce^ Unde^ paeucL 

J602 L43 
Yoang folks' queries. Lawrence, Uncle^ pseud, 

J6a2 L43Y 
Yoang folks* reculxngs. Monroe, ed. 

J808 JII75Y 
Young Ireland. Duffy. 041.5 D87Y 

Young knights of the cross. Wise. 170 W75 
Young MisUey. anon. 2 Y85 

Young Nimrods around the world. Knox. 

J010.4 K77 
Young Nimrods in North Amflrica. Knox. 

J017.3 K77 



Young people of Shakspere's dramas. Barr* 

822.3 B27 
Young people's history of England. Towle. 

J942 T65 
Young people's history of Ireland. Towle. 

J041.5 T65 
Young people's Tennyson; ed. by W. J. Rolfe. 
Tennyson. J821 T25R 

Young sportman's manual. Carleton. 790 C19 
Younger Edda; also called Snorre'sEdda. Anders 
son, tr, 839.6 An2 

Youngman, W. K Laschie. 2 Y83 

Yule-tide stories. Thorpe. 398.3 T39 



ZelPs popular encyclopedia. 2 y. 11031 Z3 

Zigzag journeys in Acadia and New France. But- 
terworth. J917.1 B98 

Zigzag journeys in classic lands. Butterworth. 

J914 B98C 
Zigzag journeys in Europe. But terworth. 

J914 B98E 
Zigzag joumeysin India. Butterworth. 

J915.4 B98 
Zigzag jOKomeys in the antipodes. Butterworth. 

J915.9 B98 
Zigzag journeys in the British Isles. Butter- 
worth. J914.2 B98 
Zigzag journeys in the Occident. Butterworth. 

J917.3 B98 
Zigzag journeys in the Orient. Butterworth. 

J914 B980 
Zigzag journeys in the sunny South. Butter- 
worth. J917.5 B98 
ZimmermaUy William. Popular history of Ger- 
many. 4y. 943 Z62 
Zimmeniy Helen. Hansa towns. 943 Z6 
Zoghaum, R. F. Horse, foot, and dragoons. 

355 Z7 

Zoology. Abbott. Days out of doors. 

590 Ab2D 

— Abbott. Naturalist^s rambles about home. 

590 Ab2N 

— Abbott. Upland and meadow. 590 Ab2U 

— Abbott. Wasteland wanderings. 590 Ab2W 

— AoASSiz. Methods of study in natural history. 

590 Agl 

— AoASSiz. Principles of zoology. 590 AglP 

— AoASBiz. Seaside studies in natural history. 

593 Agl 

— AOASSiz. structure of animal life. 590 Agl 8 

— Baxfobd. Look-about Club. J590 B21L 

— Bamfobd. Thoughts of my dumb neighbors. 

590 B2] 

— Beauoband. Walks abroad of two young nat- 

uralists. J590 B37 



Zoology—cofUinued, 

— Bbnsdbn . Animal parasites and messmates. 

591 B43 

— Biart. Adventures of a young naturalist. 

5^ B47 

— Broderip. Zoological recreations. 590 B78 

— BucKLAin>. Curiosities of natural history, Ist- 

4th series. 4 v. 590 B852 

-Buckley. Life and her children. 590 B85 

— Buckley. Winners in lifers race. 596 B85 

— BuFFON. Buffon's natural history; modernized. 

591 B86 

— Carpenter. Zoology. 2 v. 590 €22 

— Chadbourne. Lectures on natural history. 

590 C34 

— Cheney. Feathers, furs, and fins. J591 C42 

— Church. Home animals. 591*5 C47 

— Church. Little neighbors at Elmridge. 

591.5 C47I. 

— Church. Talks by the seashore. 591 C47 

— Colton. Elementarycourse in practical zoology. 

591 C72 

— Craio. Household book of nature. 2 v. 

590 €84 

— CuTiER. Animal kingdonL 590 €98 

— Damon. Ocean wonders. 590 D18 

— Darwin. Expression of the emotions in man and 

animals. 591 D25 

— Darwin. Variation of animals and plants under 

domestication. 591 D25y 

— Da VIES. Swan and her crew. 590 D28 

— Emerton. Life on the seashore. 591.9 Em3 

— Figuier. Mammalia. 599 F46 

— FiouiER. Ocean world. 590 F46 

— Gibson. Monsters of the sea. 591 G352 

— Greenwood. Wild sports of the world. 

591 G85 

— Hamerton. Chapters on animals. 590 HI 7 

— Hamerton. Sylvan year. 590 H17S 

— Harbison. Elements of zoology. 591 H21 



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Zt*RCHER. 



Zaologj — continued. 

'— HABTDfa. British animalH extinct within his- 
toric times. 599 1125 

— Hartwiq. Denizens of the deep. 591 H252 

— Habtwio. Sei» monsters and sea birds. 

591 H252S 

— Habtwio. Wild animals of the tropics. 

590 H252W 

— HiBBXBD. Book of the aquarimn. 590 II52 

— Holder. Frozen dragon, and other tales. 

590 H71 

— HoLDKR. Living UghtB. 591 H71 

— Holder. Marvels of animal life. J591 HTIHf 

— HouoHTON. Country walks of a naturalist. 

590 H81 

— HouoHTON. Gleanings from the natural history 

of the ancients. 590 118 IG 

— HouoHTON. Sea-side walks of a naturalist. 

590 H81S 

— Huxley. Crayfish. 595.3 1198 
— -iNOEBflOLL. Country cousins. 590 In4 

— Inoebsoll. Friends worth knowing. 590 ln4F 

— Jackson. Stories about animals. J591.5 J 13 

— Jefferdbs. Wild life in a southern county. 

590 J35 

— JOHONNOT. Friends in feathers and fur. 

J591.5 J66F 

— Knioht. Pictorial museum of animated nature. 

590 K74 
Wandering naturalists. 590 L44 
Mind in the lower «^nim<LiB- 

591.5 L64 

Entertaining naturalist 590 L92 
Chapters in popular natural hisfory. 

590 L78 

— Maret. Animal mechanism. 591 11133 

— Menaxjlt. Intelligeneo of animals. 591.5 JI152 

— MTT.f.mi^ Littie folks in feathers and furs. 

J591 M61L 

— Miller. Queer pets at Marcy*s. 

— Milne-Edwards and Comte. 

herpetology and ichthology. 

— Milne-Edwards and Comte. 

mammalogy. 

— MrvART. Man and apes. 

— Nicholson. Manual of zoology. 

— Orton. Comparative zoology. 

— Oswald. Zoological sketches. 

— PartjOUR menagerie, anon. 

— PEmGREW. Animal locomotion. 



— Lawson. 

— Lindsay. 

— Loudon. 

— Lubbock. 



J590 JII61Q 

Elements of 

596 M63 

Elements of 

599 M63 

591 M69 

590 N52 

591 Or8 
590 OyO 

590 P23 

591 P45 



— Tandon. 

— Taylor. 

— Tenney. 

— Tenney. 



Zoology— eonttntced. 

— Reid. Stories about animals. 591.5 R27 

— Richards. Four feet, two feet, and no feet 

590 R30 

— Robinson. Under the sun. 590 R56 

— RooET. Animal and vegetable physiology. 

590 R63 

— Romanes. Animal inteUigence. 591.5 R06 

— Romanes. Jelly-fish, star-fish, and searurchins. 

593 R66 

— RoMER. Anecdotal natural history. 590 R66 

— RoMER. Aquatic, domestic, and minor animals 

590 R66A 

— St. John. Audubon, the naturalist 590 8a24 

— Saintine. Grandpapa's stories; or. Dame Nature. 

590 Sa2 
World of the sea. 591 T 1 5 

Playtime naturalist J 590 T2I 

Manual of zoology. 590 T25 

Natural history of animals. 

590 T25N 

— Wallace. (Geographical distribution of animals 

2v. 591.9 W15 

— Wallace. Tropical nature. 590 W15 

— White. Natural history of Selbome. 590 W58 

— Wood. Branch builders. 590 WS5 

— Wood. Common objects of the country. 

590 W85C 

— Wood. Dcnninion of man. 591.5 W85 

— Wood. Homes under the ground. 590 W85Ho 

— Wood. Homes without hands. 591.5 W85II 

— Wood. Illustrated natural history. 8 v. 

R591 W85I1 
Illustrated natural history for young 

J591 W85I 
Man and beast 591.5 W851II 

My back-yanl Zoo. 591 W851II 

Out of doors. 590 W850 

— Wood. Popular natural history. 590 W85P 

— Wood. Romance of animal life. 591 W85R 
Social habitations and parasitic nests. 

591.5 W85S 
Strange dwellings. 591 W85S 

Wonderful nests. 590 W85W 

— WoRTHiNOTON, pub. Natural history. 

J591 W89 
Zschokkey J. H. D. Labour stands on golden feet 

J3 Z8 

ZUrcher, Fr^eric, and Margolin, Eli^. Meteors, 

aerolites, storms, and atmospheric phenomena. 

523.5 Z8 



— Wood, 

people. 

— Wood. 

— Wood. 

— Wood. 



— Wood. 

— Wood. 

— Wood. 



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CATALOGVE DES LITRES FRANQAIS DE LA LIBRE BIBLIO- 

THJ^QUE DE JERSEY CITY, N. J. 



Ame de Fttria, L>. ^ Banyille. 
An Caucase. ToLitdi. 
An Maroc Yiand. 
Anrette. Dnrand, 
Avenir d* Aline, L*. ]>nrand. 



F4 JII542A 

F044 B22 

F891.73 T58A 

F016.1 T65 

F4 D93A 

F4 D03AT 



Bailie, . Souvenirs d* Anxuiin. F915.9 B15 

BanTille, Theodore de. L' ame de Paris. 

F944 B22 

— Maroelle Rabe. F4 B22JII 
Baahlditseir, Marie. JoornaL F927 B20 
Belle gr^l^, La. Bonvier. F4 B663B 
Beyle, Henri. {Siendhal.) Viede Henri Brulard; 

aatobiographie. F928 B46 

Bordoae, O^n^ral, Garibaldi F923.5 G16 
BoailUer, Francisque. Questions de moral pra- 
tique. F170 C79 
Boofget, Paul. Un coBur de femme. F4 B66C 

— Mensanges. F4 B66JII 
Bonvier, Alexis. La belle gr616e. 

— Lagrande Inez. 

— La petite duchesse. 
BraTes gens. Richepln. 
Bmneti^re, Ferdinand. 

critique. 
Bng-Jargal. Hngo. 



F4 B663B 
F4 B6d3G 
F4 B663P 
F4 R304B 

Nouvelles questions de 
F844 B83 
F4 H87B 



Capitaiae Pamphile, Le. Dnmas. F4 D89C 
Caract^res, Les. La Bmy^re. FITO Lll 

Castellane, Marquis de. Destruction. F4 C27D 
C^sar Cascabel. Terne. F4 V59C 

Ckalne bris^. Delpit. F4 D382C 

Chaperon, Philippe. Daniel Servan. F4 C36D 
Charme daagereux Theuriet. F4 T34C 

Chftae-capitaine, Le. DuBoisgobey. 

F4 D85C 
CiierbnUez, Victor. Unegageure. F4 C42G 
Cheyillard, Valbert Contes & la minute. 

F4 C423C 
CcBnr de femme, Un. Bonrget, F4 B66C 

Colomba, etc. M^rim^e. F4 JII54C 

Comme dans la vie. Delpit. F4 D38C 

Complot sous la Terreur, Un. Ganiot. 

F944 G23 
Confesaioaal, Le. Mend^s. F4 JII52C 

Contes k la minute. Chevillard. F4 C423C 



Copp^, Francois. Les paroles sbic^res. 

F841 C79 
— Toute une jeunesse. F4 C79 

Corneilie, Pierre, et Thomas. CBuYres. 

F842 C81 
Couisine Laura. Pr^yost. F4 P42C 



F4 C36D 
F4 D2GJ 
F4 D26P 

F844 D26 
F4 D26T 

F4 D26Ta 



Daniel Servan. Chaperon. 
Daudet, Alphonse. Jack. 

— Port Tarascon. 

— Souvenirs d'un homme de lettres. 

— Tartarinde Tarascon. 

— Tartarin sur lee Alpes. _ 

Delpit, Albert. Comme dans la vie. F4 D38C 

— Passionn^ment. F4 D38P 

— Toutes les deux. F4 D38T 
Delpit, Edouard. Chatne bris^. F4 D382C 

— Yvonne. f4 D382Y 
Dernier jour d'un condanm^, Le. Hngo. 

F4 H87D 

Demiers rdveurs, Lee. Perret. 
D^ronidde, PauL Histolre d'amour. 
DeiAmction. Casleilane. 
Dieniafoy, Jane. Parysatis. 
DostoVevsky, F. M. L'esprit sontentiiiL 

F891.73 D74 
Dn Boisgobey. Fortune. Le ch6neK»pitaine. 

F4 D85C 

— PontenayCoupKi'Ep^e. F4 D85F 
Dndevant, A L. A (D.) {Oeorffe Sand.) Francois. 

leChampL F4 D86F 

— La mare au diable. F4 D86JII 

— La tour de Percemont. F4 C86T 
Dnmas, Alexandre. Le capitaine Pftmphile. 

F4 D89C 

Dnrand, A M. C. (F.) {Henry Gr&mUe,) Aurette. 

F4 D93A 

— L'avenir d* Aline. 

— Un myst^re. 

— Le pass^. 
Dnmy, George. Ni Dieu ni maltre. 



F4 P42D 
F4 D44H 
F4 C27D 
F4 D56P 



F4 D93Av 
F4 D93ill 
F4 D93P 

F842 D93 



Empire de Mazimilien, L*. Ganlot. F97'z G23 
Episodes litt^raires. Pontmartin. F844 P77 
Epons^, L^ Rabn«son. F4 RllE 

Esprit souterrain, L\ DostoYeTslcy. 

F891.73 D74 
Etudes et causeries Godet. F844 G54 



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FABRE. 



QUESTIONS. 



Fabre, Ferdinand. Xayi(>re. 
Ftiaillety Octave. Honnour d^artisto. 
FilNy Le. Richebonrg. 
Flammarion, Camille. Uranie. 
Flirt. Henrien. 
Fontenay Coup-d*Ep^. Du Boisgobcy 

France 9 Anatole. Thais. 
Francois le champi. Dadevant. 
Fruits de la science, Les. Tolstdi. 

F891.T2 



F4 


FllX 


F4 


F43H 


P4 


R302F 


F4 


F6IIJ 


F4 


H44F 


Dcy« 
F4 


D85F 


F4 


F84T 


F4 


D86F 



T58 



Gageure, line. Cherbnliez. F4 C42G 

Garibaldiy Giuseppe. Bobdone. Garibaldi. 

F923.5 G16 
Gauloty PauL Un complot sur la Terreur. 

F044 G23 
— L'empiredeMaximiUen. F972 G23 

Gautier, Th^ophile. Le roman de la moinie. 

F4 G234R 
Godet, Philippe. Etudes et causerios. F844 G54 
GoBconrt, Edmond de. Journal. F928 G58 
" et Goncourty Jules de. ScBur Philom^ne. 

F4 G584S 

Grande Iza, La. Bouvier. F4 B663G 

Gr^villey Henry, pseud. Voyez Darand^ A. M. 

C. (P.) 
Gyp9 pstud, Voyez MarteUlMirabeauy La 

comtesse 6e. 



Ma cousine Polran-feu. Tinseaa* 
Marcelle Kabe. Ban vi lie. 
Marc au diable, La. Dndevant* 
Marian na« Sandeau. 



F4 T49M 

F4 B32M 

F4 DMM 

F4 Sa5M 



Martcl-Mirabean, La comtesaede. (Oyp.) Ob^I 
Les psychologues. F4 M36 

— Petit Bleu. F4 M96P 
Menddsy Catulle. Le confeaBiaimal ; cantes (^u- 

chot^ F4 M52C 

— Les m^res ennemies. F4 II52H 

— Zo'har. F4 JII&2Z 
JMensonges* Bourget. F4 MMM 
M^res ennemies, Les. Mendds. F4 Jf 52H 
MMm^, Prosper. Colomba.— La Vtous d^ille. — 

Ames du purgatolre. F4 M54C 

M^rpnveiy Charles. Abandonn^. F4 M543A 

— Un lys au ruisseau. 

— Monsieur le marquis. 
Mis^rables, Les. 4 v. Hugo* 
Monsieur le marquis. M^ronvel* 
Montagu 9 Anne Paule de Noalles, Marquise de. 

[Vie.] anon. F928 M76 

MontjoyeuXy . Lucine. F4 M76 

Myst^re, Un. Darand. F4 D03M 



. Nevros^e. Loisean. F4 L831f 

Ni Dieu ni mattre. Duruy. F842 D93 

Notre Dame do Paris. Hugo. F4 H87N 

Noavelles questions de critique. Bmnetidre. 

F844 B83 



F4 M542L 

F4 M542M 

F4 H87M 

F4 M542M 



Han dislande. Hugo. 
Henrieuy Paul. Flirt 
Histoire d^amour. D^ronlMe. 
Honneur d^artiste. Feniliet. 
Honssayey Arsbne. Lar^gence; 

si^le, le 8i5rie. 
Hugo, Victor. BugsJargaL 

— Le dernier jour dhm oondanm^. 

— Han dHslande. 

— Les mis^rables. 4 v. 

— Notre Dame tie Paris. 

— Les trayaillenrs de la mer. 

— WilUam Shakespeare. 



Jack. Dandet. 



F4 H87H 
F4 H44F 
F4 D44H 
F4 F43H 

La galerie du 18o 
F944 H81 
F4 H87B 
F4 U87D 
F4 H87H 
F4 H87M 
F4 H87N 
F4 H87T 
F922.3 H87 



F4 D20J 



I«a BraJ^re, J. de. Les caract^ros. F170 Lll 
Lemonnier, Camille. Le posst^d^. F4 L54P 

r^lNcau, J. N^vros('«. F4 L83N 

Loti 9 Pierre, jM^ud. V£>j/<'<s Viand. L. M. J. 
^onis Philippe, roi de France, et autres. Le 
Prince de TaUeyrand et la Maiaon d'Orloans. 

F923 L92 
liUcine. MonUoyenx. F4 M76 

I«ys aa rniaeaa, Un. M^ronTei. F4 M542L 



Ohd! Les psychologues. Martei-Mirabean. 

F4 M36 
Oncle Scipion, L\ Theuriet. F4 T340 

Orleans, A. E. L., princesae d\ Voyez Ijonis 
Philippe 9 roi de France. 



Pages choisios. Renan. 
Paroles sinc^res, Les. Copp^. 
Parysatis. Dieuiafoy. 
Pass^, Le. Dnrand. 
Passioun^ment. Delpit. 
Perrety Paul. Lesdemiersr^Yeurs. 
Petit Bleu. Martei-Mirabean. 
Petite duchesBe, La. Bonvier. 
Pontmartin, A. A. J. M. F. de. 

raires. 
Port-Tai»scon. Dandet. 
Poss^^9 Le. Lemonnier. 
Provost, Marcel. Cousine Laura. 
Prince de Talleyrand et la Bfaison d^Orleans. 

liOuis Philippe, et autres. F923.2 L92 
Prince NakhUoudov. Toistdi. F891.73 T58P 



F848 R29 

F841 C79 
F4 D56P 
F4 I>93P 
F4 D38P 
F4 P42D 
F4 M36P 

F4 B663P 
Episodes litt^ 

E844 P77 
F4 D26P 
F4 I.54P 
F4 P92C 



Questions de morale pratique. Boniliier. 

F170 CT9 



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KABUHSON. 



ZO'HAR. 



Ratasaoiiy Henry. L*^poiia^ 
lUfeiieey La. UoasMiire* 
Reiae dm boia. Theariet* 
Reiiaat J. E. PtigeB choisieB. 
Rlchebowg, ^mile. Le flls. 
Richepin, Jean? Braves gens. 

— Tmimdaillwi. 

Rod, Edouard. Tatiana Sellof . 

— Lea trois ocBors. 
de la momie, Le. Gantier. 

8 



F4 RUE 
F944 H81 

F4 T34R 

F848 R20 

F4 R392F 

F4 R304B 

F4 R394T 

F4 R61T 
F4 R61Tr 
F4 G234R 



tacber^Matocliy Leopold von. La slrfene. 

F3 SalS 

Saadt George, pteud, Voyez Dnderant, A. S. 
A. (D.) 

8a»de a «, Jnks. Marianna. 

Shakspeare, William. Hugo. William Shake- 
speare. F922.3 H87 

SMne, La. Sacher^Mafioch. 

8«ear Pbikxn^ne. Goiicoart* 

SoaveBlra d^Annam. Bailie. 

Soareaira d*mi homme de lettrea Daadet. 

F844 D26 

Sleadhaly jM0ud. Voyex Beyle, Henri 



F3 SalS 

F4 G584S 

F915.0 B45 



Theariety Andr^. Cliarme dangerenx. F4 T34C 

— L'oncle Scipion. F4 T340 

— Reine dee bois. F4 T34R 
Tiaseaay Ldon de. Ma cousiDe Polraa-feu. 

F4 T49M 
Tour de Percemont, La. Dadevant. F4 D86T 
Tonte une jounesBe. Copp^. F4 C70 

Toutes les deux. Delpit. F4 D38T 

Tolfltdiy Comte L. N. Au Caucaee. 

F891.73 T58A 
~ Les f mite de la science. F891.72 T58 

— Le Prince NekhlioudoY. F891.73 T58P 
Travaillears de la mer, Les. Hngo. F4 H87T 
Trois coeurs, Les. Rod. F4 R61Tr 
Traaadailles. Richepia. F4 R394T 



F4 Sa5]II Uranie. Flammarton. 



F4 F61U 



TeraeyJules. C^sar Cascabel. F4 V59C 

Viaady L. M. J. {Pierre Loti.) Au Maroc 

F916.1 ¥65 

V ie de Henri Bmlard ; autobiographie. Beyle. 

F928 B46 



TaUeyraad-P^rigordt Maurice, Prince de B^n^ 
▼ent. Voyez Loais Philippe 9 roi de France, 
etautrts, 
Tartaria de Tkrasoon. Daadet. F4 D26T 

TartariasurlesAlpes. Daadet. F4 D26Ta 
Tartlaaa Selkrf. Rod. F4 R61T 

nab. Fraaee. . F4 F84T 



Xavi^re. Fabre. 



Yvoane. Delpit. 



Zo'har. Meadte. 



F4 FllX 



F4 D382Y 



F4 M&7Z 



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DER FREIEN OEFFENTLICHEN BIBLIOTHEK, ZO 

JERSEY CITT, N. J. 



Aegyptische Kdnigstochter, Eine. 



3 B. Ebera. 

G3 E1>3A 

C;3 Sp4A 

G3 H55A 

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. AUzeit Yoran. Spielliagen. 
Am Kreuz. Hilleru. 
Am KQstftnwjnm. Justus. 
Amyntor^ (3«rhard van, j^sevd, Siehe Cverhardty 

Dagobert Yon. 
Angela* Spielhagen. G3 8p4An 

ABdichten der Natur. Humboldt. G551 H88 
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Aaxengmbery Ludwig. Qesammelte Werke. 5 B. 

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Asylrecht, Das. Jensen. G3 J45A 

Auerbach, Berthold. Romane. 4B. G3 Au3R 

Jnkalt. 
B.1. SpinosA.— Dlditerund KAufmann. 
S. Nen<'0 Leben. 
t, 4. Auf dor Hohe. 
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-> Sfimtliche Schwarzw&lder Dortgeschichten. 5 B. 

G3 An3S 
AnfderHdhe. Auerbach. G3 Au3R B3-4 
Auf Heimathlichem BodeD. Grasberge r. 

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Aus dem Leben meiner alien Freimdin. liehrens. 

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Au8 yergangenen Tagen. Justus. G3 
Auflgetobt. Helberg. G3 



J45AU 

J98AU 
H30A 



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Bauer auf dem Krenzhofe, Der. Prielmaycr. 

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BOhm, (Gottfried. Reichsstadtnovellen. 

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menzeichen. 

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von. 



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EBNER. 



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GemeiDdekind. G3 Eb6G 

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{Carmen Sylva,) Deficit G3 EI4D 

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Erinnemngen und Stromungen. Frenzel. 

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Eschstroth, Nataly yon. O&nselieseL 2 B. 

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— Verbotene Priichte. • G3 E813V 
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Fels, Egon, pseud, Siehe Herbert, Johanna. 
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G028.33 8p4 
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Flammenzeichen. Bttrstenbinder. G3 B04F 
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Frage, Eine. Ebers. G3 Eb3F 

Fmnzos, K. E. Judith Trachtenbeiig. G3 F85J 

— Die Schatten. G3 F858 

— Vom Don zur Donau. G838 F85 
Frapan, Use. EngeWelt G3 F86E 

— Zwischen Elbe und Alster. G3 F86Z 
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G3 J61F 
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G834 F88D 

— Erinnemngen und StrSmungen. G834 F88E 

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Freydorf, A. von. Der Geiger von Unm. 

G3 F896 

Freftag, Gustav. Bllder aus der deutschen Ver- 

gangenheit 5 B. G043 F89 

Jfihatt, 
R.l. Ami dom Mlttelaltcr. 
S. Vom Mitt4^lalter zur Nenzeit. 
8. Aus dem Jahrhundert der Reformatton. 

4. Au» dem Jahrhundert des gnmmm Krlefrea. 

5. Aus neuer Zelt. 

— Soil und haben. 2B. G3 F8IKW 

Fritz Kannacher. 2 B. Uobrecht. G3 H65F 
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Gttnseliesel. 2B. Eschstmth. G3 EslSG 
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C;eiRtiger Adel. G laser. G3 C;46G 

Gemeindekind, Das. Ebner von Eschenbach. 

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Gerhardt, Dagobert von. (OerhardvonAmyntor,) 

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G3 G313S 

— Um jeden Preis. G3 G313I; 
. Gerstlicker, Friedrich. Die Colonie. G3 G32Co 

— Die Flusspiraten des MissiasippL G3 G32F 

— Gold! G3 G32GO 

— Eine Mutter. G3 G321I 

— Nach Amerikal 2 B. G3 G33Br 

— Die Regulatoren in Arkansas. G3 G32R 

— Tahiti. G3 G3«T 

— Unter dem Aequator. G3 G33U 
Gift und Gegengift Persali. G3 P43G 
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Goethe, J. W. von. S&mmtiiche Werke. 6 B. 

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Goldelse. John. G3 J6IG0 

Gottesurteil, Ein. Biirstenbinder. G3 B94€;o 
Gottschall, Rudolf von. Der steineme QngL 

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HacklMnder, P. W. Der AugenbUck des GlQcks. 

G3 HllAa 
~ Europ&isches SklavezdebeiL 3 B. G3 HUEn 

— Handel und Wandel. G3 HUH 

— Ber letzte Bombardier. 3B. G3 HllL 
Haggenmacliery Otto. KAmpferinnen. 

G3 H12K 
Ilamerling, Robert Stationen meiner Lebens- 
pOgerschaft. G028.31 HIT 

Hammer und Amboss. 2 B. Spielhagen. 

G3 8p4H 
Uandel und WandeL Hacklttnder. 

G3 HUH 

Hardt^Leoo. Im Vaterhause. G3 H22I 

UartneryEva. Ein Jugendleben. G3 H25J 
Uartwig, Georg. Der Majorateerbe. G3 II252M 
Uaaflf, Wilholm. Lichtenstein. G3 H20L 

Haas am Rhein, Das. Wothe. G3 W91H 

Uauflgeist der Prau von Estobal, Der. 4;ia«er. 

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Uansrathy Adolf. {George Taylor,) Antinous. 

G3 H292A 

— Elfriede. G3 H292E 

— Jetta. G3 H292J 
Heiberg, Hermann. Au4getobt. G3 H36A 

— EmpOrte Heraen. G3 H36E 

— Ein Mann. G3 H36M 
Heimburg, W., paeud. SUke Behreus, Bertha. 
neinrich Farel. Spach. G3 SplH 
Held der Feder, Ein. Bttrsten binder. 

G3 B94H 

Herbert, Johanna. {Egon Fels.) Die Zwilling»- 

schwestem. G3 HilZ 

Hertha. Eckstein. G3 Ec5H 

Meyse, Paul. ImParadieee. 2 B. G3 H511 

— Kinder der Welt. G3 H51K 

— Novellen. 3 B. H51N 
Hillern, Wilhelmine von. Am Kreuz. G3 H55A 
Hobrechty Arthur. Fritz Kannacher. 2 B. 

G3 H65F 
HoflTmanDy E. T. W. Werke. 2 B. G3 HOT 
UOhenfeaer. Rosegger. G3 R72H 

Homo sum. Ebers. G3 Eb3H 

Uopfen, Hans. Robert Leichtfuss. G3 H77R 

— Zum Gkiten. G3 H77Z 
Uamboldty F. H. A. von. Anaichten der Natur. 

G551 H88 

— EloomoB. 4B. G651 H88K 

I 

Im alten Eisen. Raabe. G3 RUT 

Feuergekl&rt Gerhardt. G3 G311I 

Hause des Sommerzienrathes. John* 

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Xampt Eschen. G3 EsII 

F^uradiese. 2B. Heyse. G3 H51I 

Regiment. Osten. G3 Os7I 

Reich der T6ne. Sacher^Masoch. G3 Sail 
SchiUingBhof. John. G3 JGlIm 



Im 

Im 
Im 
Im 



Im Vaterhause. Hardt. G3 H22I 

Im zweiten Rang. Schmieden. G3 Scli5I 

Immermann, K. R. Mfinchhausen. 2 B. 

G3 Im6M 
Irrwege des Herzens. Mttller. G3 JII913I 

Italisches Leben. Floerke. G914.5 F65 



Jakob der Letzte. Rosegger. G3 R72J 

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— Aus schwerer Vergangenheit. G3 J45 Aa 

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Joachim, Joseph. Die Bruder. G3 J57B 
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G3 J61E 

— Die Frau mit den Karfunkelsteinen. G3 J61F 

— Das GeheimnisB der alten Mamsell. G3 J61G 

— Goldelse. G3 J6IG0 

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— Im SchiUingshof . G3 J61Im 

— Reichsgr&fin Oisela. ' G3 J61R 

— Die zweite Frau. G3 J61Z 
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Junghans, Sophie. Siehe Schumann, 8. (J.) 
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Kaiser, Der. 2 B. Ebers. G3 Eb3K 

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Klimpferinnen. Haggenmacher. G3 H12K 
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G3 K68F 

— Die Leutringens. G3 K68L 
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Krankheit des Jahrhunderts, Die. Nordau. 

Ga N75K 

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KiirsGhner, Lola. ** O du mein Oesterreich P 

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Lancken, B. von der. Erldst. 



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Landliitus am Rhoin, Das. Anerbach* 

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Letzte Bombardior, Der. 2 B. Hacklftnder* 

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Lentc von Seldwyla, Die. 2 B. Keller. 

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Lentringens, Die. KlinckowstrOm. G3 K68L 
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List 9 Guido. Camimtum. 2 B. 63 L69C 

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Meding, J. F. M. O. (Oreyor Samarow.) Die 
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— Novellen. 2 B. G3 M57N 

Moderne Rumor. Ortmann. G3 Or8Mo 

Mdllhaasen, Balduin. Die Familie Melville. 8 B. 

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Miillcr, Ernst Irrwege des Herzens. G3 M0131 

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Mutter, Eine. Gerhardt. G3 G31M 

Mutter, Eine. Gerstllcker. G3 G32M 



Nach Amerika! 2B. Gerstllcker. G3 G32N 
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Nordan, M. B. Die Krankheit des Jahrhimderts. 

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*«Odu meinOesterreicbr' Kttrscbncr. G3 K960 
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Oraetlabora. Boettcher. G3 B630 

Ortmann, Reinhold. Madonna im Rosenhag. 

G3 Or8M 

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Pappenheimer, Die. WolflT. G831 W83P 
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— Das Erdmannshaus. G3 P43£r 

— Gif t und Gegenglf t G3 P43G 
Persall, Karl von. Die fromm«!> Wittwe. 

G3 P432F 
Peter Pinsel. 2B. Winterfeld. G3 W73P 
Philipp, Peter. Die beiden Fiedler. G3 P53B 
Pia. Eckstein. G3 Ec5P 

Piatt Land. Spielhagen. G3 SpIP 

Polkci, E. (V.) Faustina Haiso. G3 P75F 

Porkcles und Porkelessa. Scherr. G3 Sch23P 
Prielmayer, Gustav von. Der Bauer auf dem 
Kreuzhofe. G3 P03B 

Problematische Naturen. 2 B. Spielhagen. 

G3 Sp4Pr 
Psyche. Schmitthenner. G3 Sch53P 



Quisisana — Dramen. Spielhagen. 

Quitt. Fontane. 

Quitzow, W. A. Olaf Hollichius. 



G3 8p4Q 

G3 F73Q 

G3 Q40 



Raabe, Wilhelm. Die Chronik der Sperlingagaoe. 

G3 R118 

— Im alton Eisen. G3 RllI 

— Das Odfeld. G3 RllO 

— Unnihlgo Gaste. G3 Rllir 

— Unaeres Herrgotts Canzlei. G3 R 1 lU u 
Riithsel, Ein. Schnmaun. G3 SchSR 
Rattentlinger von Hameln, Der. WollT. 

G831 W83R 
Raubgraf, Der. Wolff. , G3 W83K 

Regnlatoren in Arkansas, Die. Gerstllcker. 

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ReichsgrHfin Gisela. John. G3 J61R 

Reichskanzler, Der. Zingeler. G3 Z6R 

Reichstadtnovellen. Bdhm. G3 B632R 

Remy, Nahida. Geheime Gewalten. G3 R28<v 
Renter, Fritz. Bammtliche Werke. A B. 

G838 R31 
Rheinlands-Geschicten. Fischer^Sallstein. 

G3 F52R 
Richter, J. P. F. {Jean PiavZ.) S&mmtliche Wcrke. 
17 B. G838 R41 

Ritter des deutchen Hauaes, Die. 2 B. Meding. 

G3 M46R 
Robert Leichtfuss. Ilopfen. GC H77R 

Rosegger, P. K. Der Gottsucher. G3 R72C; 

— Hohenfeuer. G3 R721I 

— Jakob, der Letzta G3 R7S T 

— Martin der Mann. G3 R72M 

— Der Schelm aus den Alpen. G3 R72& 

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derTdne. C>3 Sail 



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SAJHAROW. 



ZWISCHEN. 



Samarow, Or^gor, paeud. Siehe M edinif , F. M. O. 
SanktKichaeL Bttrstenbinder. G3 B048 

Schatten, Die. Franzos. 63 F85S 

Scheflely J. V. von. Ekkehard. 2 B. G3 Sch2£ 

— Der Trompeter von S&kkiiigen. G831 SchST 
Schelm aus den Alpen, Der. RosegKer. 

G3 R72S 
ScheiTy Johannes. Porkeles und PorkeleeBa. 

G3 Sch*^3P 
SchiUer, J. C. F. von. B&mmtllche Werke. 4 B. 

G838 Sch3 
Schmieden, Else. {E, Juneker.) Im zweiten Rang. 

G3 Sch51 
Sdunitthenner, Adolf. Flsyche. G3 Sch53P 
SchrilUteller-Roman. Suttner. G3 8a88 

Schabin, CMpypaeud. Siehe Kttrschner, Lola. 
Schnle des Lebens, Die. Oslen. G3 OsTS 

Schamann, B. (J.) £in R&thseL G3 8ch8R 

— Zwei BnUler. G3 Sch8Z 
Schwaitae Dame, Die. Wachenhusen. 

G3 WHS 
Seine Hatter. Malot. G4 JII20S 

Sensitive. Wdrishdiler. G3 W80S 

Siemsy August Ein Circnsm&dchen. G3 SilC 
Sind Odtter? Dahn. G3 D13S 

Sinngedicht, Das. Keller. G3 K28S 

Skimir. Dahn. G3 D13Sk 

Soil und haben. 2B. Freftag. G3 F802S 

Spach, Ludwig. Heinrich FareL G3 SplH 

Spielhagen, Friedrich. Allxeit voran. G3 Sp4A 

— Angela. 

— Finder und Erfinder. 

— Hammer und Amboss. 2 B. 

— Ein neuer Fharao. 

— Flatt Land. 

— Fkx>blemati8cfae Naturen. 2 B. 

— Quisisana— Dramen. 

— Sturmflut. 2 B. 

— TJhlenbans. 

— Was die Schwalbe sang.— Ultimo. 

— Was will das werden? 8B. 
Spinoza. Anerbach. G3 



G3 Sp4An 

G038.33 Sp4 

G3 Sp4H 



G3 

G3 
G3 

G3 
G3 

G3 
G3 



Sp41C 

8p4P 

Sp4Pr 

Sp4Q 

Sp4St 

Sp4U 

Sp4W 

G3 Sp4Wa 

Au3R Bl 

Spitxen. 2 B. Lindau. G3 L64S 

Stationea meiner Lebenspilgerschaft. Uamer- 
ling. <;928.31 HIT 

Stolmeme Gkurti, Der. Gottschall. G3 G718 
Sterabarger Kreis, Der. Germanis. G3 G313S 
Stiller, Adalbert BunteSteine. G3 St5B 

Stanaliat. 2B. Spielhagen. G3 Sp4St 

Soamcuiqua Wichert. G3 W63Su 

Suae. Wotke. G3 WOIS 

Sattaer, Bertha von. 8chriftBtoller-Roman« 

G3 Su88 
SylTa, Carmen, pmud. Siehe Elisabeth, P. E. O. 
L., Kdnigin von Rumdnien. 



Tahiti. Gerstttcker. G3 G33T 

TflUinlUlaser. 2 B. WolflT. G83i W83T 

Tairior, Qeoige, i^eiid. Siehe Haiisrath, Adolf . 



Tileman vom Wego. 3 B. Wichert. G3 W63T 
Trompeter von S&kkingen, Der. Scheflel. 

G831 Sch2T 



Uarda. 8 B. Ebers. 
Uhlenhans. Spielhagen. 
Ultimo. Spielhagen. 
Um jeden Preis. Germanis. 
Unmhige Gftsto. Raabe. 
Unseres Hergotts Canzlei. Raabe. 



G3 £b3V 

G3 Sp4U 

in G3 Sp4W 

G3 G313U 

G3 RlIU 

G3 RllUn 



Unter dem Aequator. Gerstttcker. G3 G32U 



Tanitas. Frenzel. 
Yaterland. Ortmann. 
Verbotene FrQcbte. Eschstruth. 
Vom Don zur Donau. Franzos. 
Vor der Fremdherrschaft Brand. 

w 



G3 F88T 

G3 Or8V 

G3 Esl3V 

G838 F85 

G3 B73V 



Wachenhusen , Hans. Die schwarze Dame. 

G3 WHS 
Warheit. Frenzel. G3 F88W 

Was die Schwalbe sang. Spielhagen. G3 Sp4W 
Was will das werden t 3 B. Spielhagen. 

G3 Sp4Wa 
Weber, Adelheid. Ehegluck. G3 W38E 

Weg sum GlQck, Der. Bayer. G3 B34W 

Werner, E., peeud. Siehe Bilrstenbinder, Elixar 

beth. 
Wichert, E. A. A. G. Das Grafenkind. 

G3 W63G 

— Suam cuique. G3 W03Su 

— Tileman vom Wege. 8 B. G3 W63T 
Wilde Jager, Der. Wolff. G83i W83W 
Winterfeld, Adolph yon. Der bunte Jacob. 

G3 W73B 

— Peter FinseL 2 B. G3 
Wolff, JuUus. LurleL G831 

— Die Pappenheimer. G831 

— Der Rattenf anger von Hameln. G831 

— Der Raubgraf. G3 

— TannhAuser. 2 B. G831 

— Der Wilde Jftger. G83 1 
WOrishdffer, S. Sensitive. G3 



Wothe, Anny. 
— Suse. 



Das Haus am Rhein. 



G3 
G3 



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W83L 
W83P 
W83R 
W83R 
W83T 

W83W 
W89S 

W91H 
W91S 



Zingeler, K, T. Der Reichskanzler. 
ZoUing, Theophil. Frau Minne. 
— Der KlatBch. 
Zum Guten. Uopfen. 
Ziiricher Novellen. Keller. 
Zwei BrQder. Schumann. 
Zweite Frau, Die. John. 
Zwillingssch western. Die. Herbert. 
Zwischen Elbe und Alster. Frapan. 



G3 Z6R 

G3 Z7F 

G3 Z7K 

G3 U77Z 

G3 K28Z 

G3 Sch8Z 

G3 J61Z 

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Supplement, No- 1, 



TO THK 



Alphabetical Finding List 



OF THE 



FEEE PUBLIC LIBEAEY 



OF 



JERSEY CITY, N.J. 



OOTOBEI^ 1, 1801- 



JERSEY CITY, N. J.: 
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1891. 



Supplement, No. 1, 



TO THB 



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OF THB 



FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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OOTOBEI^ 1, 1801. 



JERSEY CITY, N. J.: 
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1891. 



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OF THE 



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ROBERT J. McMillan, 1894. 

LEONARD J. GORDON, M. D., 1895. 

STEPHEN L. HARVEY, 1896. 



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OF AUTHORS CONTAINED IN THIS SUPPLEMENT-, 
TOGETHER WITH REFERENCES FROM UNUSED 

FORMS OF REAL NAMES. 



Adeler, Max, p9eud. See Clark, C. H. 
Alexander y Mrs. , pseud. See Hector, A. F. 
Anstey, F., pseud. See Gathrie, F. A. 
Baring-Gooldy Sabine. See Gould, Sabine Bar- 
ing-. 
Basil, pseud. See King, R. A. 
Beatty-Kingston, W. See Kingston, W. B-. 
Bell, Cnrrer, pseud. See NichoUs, C. (B.) 
Braboume, Lord. See Hngesson, E. H. K*. 
Braddon, M. E. See Maxwell, M. E. (B.) 
Bronte, Charlotte. See Nicholls, C. (B.) 
Bnlwer-Lytton, E. G. E. L., Lord Lytton. See 

Lytton, E. G. E. Lytton-Bulwer, 1st Baron. 
Castlemon, Rarry, pseud. See Fosdick, C. A. 
Clay, B. M.tpsetui. See Braeme, C. M. 
Clement, C. E. See Waters, C. E. (C.) 
Colombi, LaMarchesa. See Torelli-Torriani, 

Maria. 
Conway, Hugh, pseud. See Fargus, F.J. 
Pale, J. S. of, pseud. See Stimson, F. J. 
Payton, L. C. S. See Fessenden, L. C. S. 
Pisraeli, Benjamin, Ist Earl of Beaconsfield, See 

Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of. 
Pobson, Austin. See Dobson, H. A. 
Powning, Major Jack, pseud. See Smith, Seba. 
Prinkwater, J. M. See Conklin, J. M. (D.) 
Pnchess, The, pseud. See Argles, Margaret. 
Eliot, George, pseud. See Cross, M. (E.) L. 
Ettrick, Shepherd, The, pseud. See Hogg, 

James. 
£x- Pension Agent, An, pseud. See Morford, 

Henry, 
Falconer, Lianoe, pseud. See Hawker, Mary. 
Fane, Violet, pseud. See Singleton, Mary. 
Farqnharson, Martha. See Finley, M. (F.) 
Fife-Cookson, J. C. See Cookson, J. C. F-. 
Forrester, Mrs., pseud. See Bridges, Mrs. 
Gift, Theo., pseud. See Bonlger, D. (H.) 
Gordon, Julien, pseud. See Cruger, Julia. 
Green, A.K. See Rohlfs, A. K. (G.) 
Gr^ville, Henri, pseud. See Dnrand, A. M. (F.) 

C. H. 
Grey, T. de, Lord WaUingham. See Walsing- 

ham, T. de Grey, Lord. 
Howard, H. C, EaH of Suffolk and Berkshire, 

iSise Suffolk and Berkshire, H. C. Howard, 

Earl of. 

Hnngerford, M. (A) See Argles, Margaret. 

Iron, Ralph, pseud. See Schreiner, Olive. 

Joan of Arc. See Dare, Jeanne. 

Keigler, Karl, pseud. See I«atimer, M. E. 

Keppel, W. C, Viscount Bury. See Bory, W. C. 
Keppel, Viscount. 



KnatchbnU-Hngessen, E. H. £1^ HiigesieB» E 

H.K-. 
Knickerbocker, Diedrlch, pseud. See Irriaf, 

Washington. 
I«askowska, Emily de. See Gerard, E. de L. 
Lee, Holme, pseud. See Parr, Harriet 
Lnska, Sidney, pseud. See Harland, Heniy. 
McFlimsey, Flora, pseud. See Johnson, E. K. 
Malet, Lucas, pseud. See Harrison, Mrs. WilliauL 
Marlitt, E., pseud. See John, H. F. C. E. 
Marryat, Florence. See liCan, F. (M.) 
Mather, H. B. See Reeves, H. B. (M.) 
Meade, L. T. See Smith, E. T. (M.) T. 
Meredith, Owen, pseud. See Lytton, E. R. 

Bulwei^Lytton, £d Baron. 
Mulock, D. M. See Craik, D. M. (M.) 
North, Barclay, pseud. See Hudson, W. C. 
Olney, E. W. See Kirk, E. W. (O.) 
Optic, Oliver, pseud. See Adams, W. T. 
O'Rell, Max, pseud. See Blonet, Paul. 
Orford, Horace Walpole, 4th Earl of. See Wal- 

pole, Horace, 4th Earl of Orford. 
Otis, James, pseud. See Kaler, J. O. 
Ouida, pseud. See Ram^, Louise de la. 
Page, Stanton, pseud. See Fuller, H. B. 
Paul* Jean, pseud. See Richter, J. P. F. 
Percy, Reuben and Sholto, pseud. See Byerley, 

Thomas, and Robertson, J. C. 
Phelps, E. S. See Ward, E. S. (P.) 
Pitt, William, 1st Earl of Chatham. See Chathai, 

William Pitt, 1st Earl of. 
Q, pseud. See Couch, A. F. Q. 
Reid, Christian, pseud. See Fisher, F. C. 
Rita, pseud. See Booth, E. M. J. (G.) von. 
Sand, G^rg^, pseud. See Dndevant, A. L. A 
Schubin, Ossip, pseud. See Kttrschner, Lola. 
Sealsfield, Charles, pseud. <S(ee Postel, KarL 
Sidney, E. W., pseud. See Tucker, M. B. 
Somerset, H. C. F., Duke of Beaufort. See Bean* 

fort, H. C. F. Somerset, Duke of. 
Stanhope, P. D., 4th Earl of Chesterfield. See 

Chesterfield, P. D. Stanhope, 4th Earl of. 
Sterne, Stuart, pseud. See Bloede, Gertmde. 
Stretton, Hesba, pseud. See Smith, Hannah. 
Sne-Sand, Alexandre, ./Us, pseud. See Hamley, 

E. B. 
Thanet, Octave, pseud. See French, Alice. 
Thickstnn, Frederick, pseud. See Clark, F. T. 
Thomas, Annie. See Cndlip, A. (T.) 
Tytler, Sarah, pseud. See Keddie, Henrietta. 
Warden, Florence, pseud. See James, F. A P. 
Werner, E., pseud. ^Ses Bllrstenbinder, EliiabetiL 
White, C. H., pseud. See Chaplin, H. W. 
Winter, J. S., pseud. See Stannard, H. E. V. 
Wollstonecrall, Mary. See Godwin, M. W. 



SUPPLEMENT, No. d. 



. 1, 



FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY, 

JERSEY CITY, N. J. 



Abbey murder. Hatton. 2 H28 

Abbotty Austin, B. V., and Lyman. Cone Cut 
Comers; the experiences of a conservatiYe 
family in fanatical times. 1 Ab2C 

Abercromby^ Balph. Seas and sides in many lati- 
tudes; or, Wanderings in search of the weather. 

508 Ab3 
Ablest man in the world. Mitchell* 

in 1 St72 v.lO 
Abneyy W. DeW. Photography with emulsions. 

770 AbTP 
Ace of clubs. liUbomirski. 891.73 L96 

Across Africa. Cameron. 916 C14 

Acts and anecdotes of authors. Barrows. 

803 B27 
2 Y. Haggard. 2 H121 

A manual of historical literature. 

R016.9 AdlH 
Pabxeb. John Adams. 

in 923.1 P22 
Seward. Life and public services, 
of John Quincy Adams, with eulogy. 

923.1 Adl2 
Adamsy W. H. D. Egypt, past and present. 

962 Adl 

— In perils oft; romantic biographies of adventur- 

ous life. 923 Adl 

OonUnU. 

The hero of St. Jean d'Acre, Sir Sidney SmlUu— The last of 
the M« kings, The Earl of Dundonald;— A Hungarian 
derrlsh, ArmlnlQB Vfcmb^ry;— The modem "Wandering 
Jew," Joseph Wolff;— Arctic adventure, Lieutenant Schwat- 
ka'a sleigh journey;— Dtscovery of tlM Albert Myanza, Sir 
Samuel Baker^-The Raja of Sarawak, Sir James Brooke;— 
Adrentures in the Arabian desert, William Oifford IHU- 
grave;— The wonderful ride to Merr, Edmond O'Donoran; 
—The English sheikh, Prof. E. H. Palmer }— The hero 
of Khartoum* Qenerml Gordon. 

Adams, W. T. {Oliver Optic.) 
Boat club series. 6 v. viz.— 

— LAnadrift. Jl AdlBc 

(8 o 91) a) 



AdaTrisoott. 
AdamSy C. K. 
8d ed. enL 
Adams, John. 

Adams, J. Q. 



Jl AdlJL 
Jl AdlL2 
Jl AdlL3 
Jl Adll«4 



Adams, W. T. {Oliver Opeie.)— <Mmt<iiued. 

— 2. All aboard; or, Life on the lake. 

Jl AdlBc2 

— 8. Now or never; or. The adventures of Bobby 
Bright. Jl AdlBc3 

— 4. Try again; or. The trials and triumphs of 
Harry West Jl AdlBc4 

— 5. Poor and proud; or, The fortunes of Klaty 
Bedbum. Jl AdlBc5 

— 6. Ldttle by UtUe. Jl AdlBc6 

Lake Shore series. 6 v. viz. — 

— 1. Through by daylight. 

— 2. Lightning express. 

— 8, On time. 

— 4. Switch off. 

— 5. Brake up; or. The young peacemakers. 

Jl Adlli5 

— 6. Bear and forbear. Jl AdlliG 
Adee, A. A. The life^nagnet. in 1 St72 ¥.8 
Adee, D. G. No. 19 State Street. 1 Ad3 
Adeler, Max, pteud. See Clark, C. H. 
Adirondacks. Stoddard. Adirondacks illus- 
trated. 917.47 St6 

Adopting an abandoned farm. Sanborn. 

817 Sa5 
Adrift in the wUds. ElUs. Jl E15A 

Advenlnre in the North-West Territory, anon. 

in 2 B567 v.O 
Adventures in Texas. Postel. in 2 B567 v.5 
Adventures of John Dietrich. Craik. 

in J2 C84F 

Aif^hanistan. Dobson. Russia's railway advance 

into Cehtral Asia. 915.3 D65R 

— Mabvin. Russians at Merv and Herat. 

953 M36 

AiHca. History. 

— RxADB. Story of the Aahantee rampaign. 

966.7 RSI 



AFRICA. 



AMERICAN. 



Travels, Description^ tic. 

— Adams. Diacovery of the Albert Nyanai by fiUr 

S. W. Baker. in 923 Adl 

— Andkbson. Twenty-five years in a waggon in tbe 

gold regions of Africa. 2 v. 916.8 An2T 

— Cameron. AcroeB Africa. 916 C14 

— Galton. Narrative of an explorer in tropical 

South Africa. 910.8 G13 

— LiviNGBTOinB. Last joomals in Central Africa. 

923.9 Ii76W 

— LxvnrosTOinB. MisBlonary travels and researches 

in South Africa. 916.7 Ii76M 

•* LiviNOSTONE. Narrative of an expedition to the 

Zambesi. 916.7 Ii76N 

— Rkddall, camp, Heniy M. Stanley ; a record of 

his life. 923.9 812 

— Stani^y. In darkest Africa. 2 v. 916.7 8t2I 

— Tbollofe. South Africa. 916.8 T74 
After the storm; or, Jonathan and his neighbours 

inl86SH6. 2 v. Skinner. 917.3 Sk3 

AgassiZy L. J. R. Life and correspondence; ed. 

by E. C. Agaasiz. 2 v. 925 Agl 

Agatha Page. Henderson. 1 H38A 

Aids to scripture study. Gardiner. 220 G16 
Aimardy Gustavo. The frontiersmen. 4 Ai5F 
Ainsworth, W. H. Jack Sheppard. 2 Ai6J 
Aladdin. Swinton and Cathcart^ ed. 

in 808 Sw6 
Aladdin's wonderful lamp. Clonston , ed. 

in 398 C62 
Alaretfn, P. A. de. Friend of death ; tr. by M. J. 

Serrano 6 All 

NoTK. \9msaa m Strange friend of Tito Oil. 

Alaska. Kabb. Shores and Alps of Alaska. 

917.98 K14S 

— ScHWATKA. Along Alaska's great river. 

917.98 Sch9 
Albert LuneL Brongham. 2 B792A 

Albert Victor and Cieorge Frederick, Princes, 
The cruise of Her Majesty's Ship '* Bacchante,** 
18TU^. 2v. 910.4 All 

Alcaforado, Mft^HM^nmt Love letters of a Portu- 
guese nun ; tr. by R. H. 869.6 All 
Alchemist. Balzac. 4 B21A 
Alcotty L. M. Life, letters, and journals ; ed. by 
E. D.Cheney. 928.13 All 
Alden,H. M. God in his world. 230 A12 
Alexander, Ifrs., pseud. See Hector, A. F. 
Alger, Horatio, Jr. Abraham Lincoln, the back- 
woods boy. 923.1 L63A1 

— Errand boy. Jl A13E 

— From canal boy to president ; or. The boyhood 

and manhood of James A. Gkurfield. 

923.1 G18 

— Tom, the bootblack. Jl A13To 

— Tony, the hero. Jl A13Tn 

— Train boy. Jl A13Tt 
Alice Learmont. Craik. in 2 C84He 
Alison, Sir Archibald, Bart. Some account of my 

life and writings ; an autobiography. 2 v. 

928.28 A14S 



AU aboard. Adams. Jl AdlBeS 

All for love of a fair face ; or, A broken betrothaL 

Libber. 1 L61 

Allardyoe, Alexander. Edgar Wayne^s escape. 

in 2 B567T v.7 

— The Pnndrapore residency, in 2 B567T t.3 
Allen, C. G. (Orant Allen.) The great taboo. 

2 A152G 

— In all shades. 2 A152I 

— This mortal coiL 2 A153T 
Allen, Grant See Allen, C. G. 

Allen , J. L. Flute and violin, and other Kentucky 

tales and romances. 

OontentM, 
Flute and Tlolln ^-Klnn^ Solomon of Kentacky }— Two gmt^ 
tlemen of Kentucky ^-TIm white cowl ^-BMer DoloroMi 
— Poathumoua fame. 

Along Alaskans great river. Schwatka. 

917.98 Sch9 
Alphabets. Taylor. Alphabets; an account of 
the origin and development of letters. 

411 T21 
America. Antiquities. 

— Shxphebd. Antiquities of the State of Ohio. 

913.7 Sh4 

— Thomas. The Cherokees of Pre-Columbian 

times. 970.1 T36 

— Thurston. The antiquities of Tennessee and the 

adjacent States. 913.7 T42 

History. 

— Wkise. Discoveries of America to the year 1525. 

970 W43 
American annual of photography; index for 1891; 

oomp. by C. Ehrmann. R770 Am3I 

American citizen^s manual Ford. 320 F75 
American diplomacy. Schuyler. 341 Sch8 
American Literature. Richardson. Primer of 

American Uterature. 810 R39P 

— Tylsr. History of American literature. 2 v. 

810 T97 

— Whifpijc. American literature, and other papers. 

810 W57 

— White. Sketch of the philosophy of American 

Uterature. 810 W58 

Collections. 
Cleveland, ed. Compendium of Amerioaa 

Uterature. 810.8 €59 
DuTCKiNCK, ed. Cyclq[)eBdia of American Uterar* 

ture. 2v. R810.8 D95 

— Griswold, ed. Prose writers of America. 

R810.8 G87 

— Morris, ed. Half-hours with the best Americ a n 

authora. 4 v. 810.8 M83 

— Stedman and Hutchinbon, ed. library of 

American Uterature. 11 v. R810.8 St3 

American newspaper directory. R071 Am3 

American note-books. Hawthorne. 

917.3 H31P 
American notes. Dickens. in 910.8 D55 

American poUtical ideas viewed from thestand- 

point of universal history. Fiske. 320 F54 



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AMERICABT. 



ATMAJf. 



Aneriean UiiiaD; its effect cm nstioaal character 
and polioy with an inquiry into SeoeaBian. 
Spenoe. 330.97 Sp3 

Ainerlcaiiiams. Norton. Political Americanisms. 

427 N83 

Amp6i«9 J. J. A. Hamxbton. Jean Jacques 
Ampere. in 930 H17 

Ancient classical drama; a study in literary evolu- 
tion. Monlton. 882 JII86 

Andersen y H. C. Stories for the household. 

J839.83 An28o 

^ Stories from Hans Christian Andersen ; comp. 
by H. E. Scudder. in J808.8 Scn2 

Anderson, A. A. Twenty-five years in a waggon in 
the gold regions of Africa. 2y. 916.8 An2T 

Anderson, J. W. Medical nursing. 616 An2 

Andrews, Carl. Madam^s ward. 2 An2M 

Andrews, L. H. Only a farmer's daughter. 

1 An2 
Animal parasites and meosmates. Beneden. 

591 B43 
Animals. See Zoology. 

Annals of a fortress. Yiollet-le«Dac. 623 y81 
Anne Boleyn, 2d Queen of Henry VJIL Dixon. 
History of two queens. 8 v. 923.1 D64 

Annie and her master, anon, in 2 B567T ▼•8 
A. D. 2000. Fuller. 1 F95A 

Anno Domini, 2000; or, Woman's destiny. Vogel. 

2 V86 
Ajutnal American catalogue, 1886-90. 5 v. 

R015 Am3A 
Annual Register for 1759. R905 An7 

Anselma ; or, In spite of all. Sardou, 4 Sa7 
Anstey, F., pseud. See Guthrie, F. A. 
Antiquities. Ely. Manual of arclueology. 

913 E19 
Antonio di Carara. anon. in 2 B567 v.lO 
Aphorisms; tr. by A L. Wister. Ebner von 
Eschenbach. 838 Eb6 

Apcwtate. Dandet. 4 D262A 

AppletoBs' dictionary of New York and its vicinity. 

R917.47 Ap5 

Arabia. Bubton. Personal narrative of a pil- 
grimage to Mecca and Medina. 915.3 B95 

Arabian nights' entertainment, Tales from the. 
Scadder, comp. in J808.8 Scn2 

Arabian nightE^ entertainments; ed. by G. F. Town- 
send. J892.73 T63 

ArbouTille, S de fiazancourt. Countess ^d. The 
village doctor. in 2 B567 v.5 

Archaeology. Wabben. Paradise found ; the cradle 
of the human race at the North Pole. 

571 W25 

Archdeacon Holden^tribulatious. anon. 

in 2 T14 T.2 

Archer, Thomas. By fire and sword ; a story of 

the Huguenots. 2 Ar2B 

Archie LovelL Edwardes. 2 Ed92A 

Architectiire. Fkbgubson. Temples of the Jews. 

722.3 F38 



Architectore*— conMnvad. 

— TissAirDDEB. The Eiffel tower ; a descrlptian of 

the monument, its construction, machinery, ob- 
ject, and utility. 729 T52 

— ViOLLET-iiS-Duo. How to build a house; an 

architectursl novelette. 728 T81 

Archives of useful knowledge. ▼. 8. Measb. 

R605 M46 
Arctic province. Elliot. 917.98 £15 

NoTB. Same as Our Aretlo i>roTlnoe. 

Arctic Regions. Adams. Arctic adventure; 
Schwatka's sleigh journey. in 923 Adl 

— Cluttbbbuck. Skipper in Arctic seas. 

919.8 C62S 

— Patbb. New lands within the Arctic Circle. 2 v. 

919.8 P29 

See also Greenland. 

Ar^ne, Paul. The golden goat. 4 Ar3G 

Argles, Margaret. (The Duchess.) The haunted 

chamber. in 2 U35Be 

— Her last throw. 2 Ar3UI 

— In durance vile. in 2 T14 v.2 

— Valerie ; or, Half a truth. 2 Ar3V 
Argonauts of North Liberty. Harte. 1 U25A 
Argyll, G. D. Campbell, 8th Duke of. Scotland as 

it was and as it is. 941 Ar3 

Aristocracy, anon. 1 Ar45 

Aristocrat in America, anon, 817 Ar4 

Arins, the Libyan. Kouns. 1 K84A 

Arnold, Qeorge. Why Thomas was discharged. 

in 1 St72 T.5 
Arnold, Thomas. Life of HannibaL 

in 920 Ac6 T.l 
Art of authorship ; reminiscences, methods, and ad- 
vice, contributed by leading authors of the day. 
Bain ton, comp. 808 B16 

Art of beauty. Haweis. 391 H31 

Art of housekeeping. Haweis. 640 H31 

Arthur, T. S. light on shadowed paths. 1 Ar7Ij 

— Martyr wife, and other tales. 1 Ar7M 

— Nothing but money. 1 Ar71f 

— What came afterwards. 1 ArTW 
Article 722; or, Richard^s inheritance. Du Bois- 

gobey. 4 D85A 

Arundel motto. Hay. 2 II32 

Ashton, John. Dawn of the 19th Century in Eng- 
land. 2 V. 942 As3 
Asmodens ; or. The devil on two sticks. Ije Sage. 

4 L56A 
At an old chateau. Macqnoid. 2 M24At 

At home in Paris. 2 v. Jerrold. 914.4 J48 
At the Red Glove. 8 v. Macquoid. 2 JI124 

Athletics. Pollock, and others. Fencing, Box- 
ing, Wrestiing. 796 P76 

— Shbabican. Athletics and footbalL 797 Sh3 
Atkinson, John. Memorials of Methodism in New 

jeraey. 287 AI5 

Atlases. Watson^b new and complete illustrated 

atlas of the worM; indexed. R912 W33 

Atman ; the documents in a strange case. Wil« 

Uams. 2 W67A 



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ATTERBURT. 



BARHAM. 



Atterbnry, Frauds. Maoaulat. AUortmry. 

in 933.2 P«8 
An pair. Mi^ndie. in 2 T14 ▼•S 

Aoerbachy Berthold. EdelweiaB. 3 Aii3£ 

— Poet and merchant ; a picture of life from the 

times of Moses Mendelssohn. 3 An3P 

Annt Ann*s ghost stoiy. anon, in 2 B567T y«9 
Aurora. Tincker. 1 T49A 

Anrora Leigh. Browning. 821 B82A 

Ansten, Jane. Smith. life of Jane Austen. 

928.23 AnTS 
Austin 9 J. G. Dora Darling; the daughter of the 
regiment. Jl AnTD 

Australia. Barker. Letters to Guy; and A dis- 
tant shore— Rodrigues. 919.4 B24 

— Crawford. Recollections of travel in New 

Zealand and Australia. 919.3 C85 

— Daly. Digging, squatting, and pioneering life in 

the northern territoiy of South Austndia. 

919.4 D17 

— Giles. Australia twice traversed. 2 v. 

919.4 G39 

— Trollope. Australia and New Zealand. 3 v. 

919.4 T74 



Anstralian ballot system as embodied In the Isgi^ 
latioii of various countries. Wismoie. 

324 W«3 

Authors. Barbowb. Acts and anecdotes of 
authors. 803 B27 

— Dawson. Makers of modem BngUsh; a hand- 

book to the greater poets of the century. 

821 D32 

— Haborbaves. Literary workers; or, Pilgrims 

to the temple of honour. 928 H2S 

Autobiography of a joint-stock company Qimitsd). 

anon, in 2 B567T T.ft 

Aytonuy W. E. The Congress and the Agapedome. 

in 2 B567T T^ 

— Emerald studs. in 2 B567 t.6 

— Glenmutchkin railway. in 2 B567 T.l 

— How I became a yeoman. in 2 B567 T.3 

— How I stood for Dreepdaily Burghs. 

in 2 B567 T.4 

— How we got possession of the Tuileries. 

in 2 B567 t.& 

— The raid of AmabolL in 2 BSSTT T.2 

— Rapping the question. in 2 B567T T.9 

— Surveyor's tale. in 2 B567 T.8 



Babeocky W. H. Two lost centuries of Britain. 

942 Bil 

Babiole. Aulnoy. in J3 Au5 

Babylon. Budoe. Babylonian life and history. 

220 B85 

— Layard. Early adventures in Persia, Susiana, 

and Babylonia. 2 v. 915.5 L45 

— Rawlinson. Egypt and Babylon, from Scripture 

and profane sources. 932 R19E 

Bacchante 9 H. M. S. See Albert Victor and 

George Frederick , Princes. 
Bach, J. S. Crowest. Bach. in 927 C88 

Bachelor's blunder. Norris. 2 N79Be 

Bacon 9 Francis. Dixon. Personal history of Lord 

Bacon. 921 B13D 

— Donnelly. The great cryptogram, Francis 

Bacon^s cipher in the so-called Shakespeare 
plays. 2v. 822.33 Do 

Bag of diamonds. Fenn. 2 F35B 

Bage, Robert Scott. Robert Bage. 

in 928.2 Sco8 
Bagwell) Richard. Ireland under the Tudors. 8 v. 

941.5 B14I 
Bain 9 F. W. Dimitri; a romance of old Russia. 

2 B16D 
Bain ton 9 George, comp. Art of authorship; rem- 
iniscences, methods, and advice, contributed by 
leading authors of the day. 808 B16 

(\mtenU. 
Good wiitlnfc;-Metbod8;— Influence of rauling on litermry 
ftyle:— Sfronjrth of NfmplWty:— Protest agrainstolMcurity^- 
Truthfiiln* m lo nne'i« nelf;— Index to contrilmtlnir aothon. 



Baker, Sir S. W. Eight years' wanderings in 
Ceylon. 915.4 B17 

— Rifle and the hound in Ceylon. 91 5.4 B17R 

— Wild beasts and their ways ; reminiscences of 

Europe, Asia, Africa, and America. 2 v. 

799 B17W 

— Adams. The discovery of the Albert Nyanza. 

in 923 Adl 

Balacchi brothers. Davis. in 1 St72 v.l 

Balchy F. H. The bridge of the gods; a romance 
of Indian Oregon. 1 B18B 

Baldy, A. M. Romance of a Spanish nun. 

1 B192 

Ballantiney William. Some experiences of a 
barrister's life. 2 v. 923.4 B21S 

Ballantyne, R. M. Finding his fate, in 2 T91 
Ballot. See Politics and GoTemment. 
Balzac 9 Honors de. Alchemist. 4 B21A 

— The Chouans. 4 B21Ck 

— Wedmobe. Life of Honors de Balsac. 

928.43 B21 

Bancroft, H. H. Literary industries. 970 B22 
Bancroft, S. B., and Bancroft, M. E. (W.) On 
and ofit the stage. 2 v. 927 B22 

Banker of Bankersville. Thompson. 1 T374B 
Baptized with a curse. Drewry. 2 D82B 

Barbara Heathcote's trial. Carey. 2 C18B 
Barbara ; or, The actor's ward. anon. 2 B23 
Barham, R. H. Barham, R. H. D. Personal re- 
miniscences of R. H. Baxiuim; ed. by R. H. 
Stoddard. in 928 St6 t.4 



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Barker, M. A., Lady, Letters to Gnj, and A Dis- 
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Bam elyee. HngeMen. in J2 H87Q 
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Barrows, C. M. Acts and anecdotes of authors. 

803 B27 
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917.3 B31Y 
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Bax, E. B. Handbook of the history of philosophy. 

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R019 B38S 
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Beauty draught, anon. in 2 B567 v.9 

Beck, J. B. U, S,—61st Congress, 1st Session. 

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Beeket. Tennyson. 822 T25B 

Beddoea, Guy, ed. Habit and health. 618 B391 
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Bee or Beatrix. Walford. in 2 B567T t«5 

Beeeher, H. W. Pljrmonth pulpit; sermona 

preached in Plymouth church, Brooklyn. 4 v. 

252 B39 

— BxxoHXR, W. C, and others, A biography of 

Rev. Henry Ward Beeeher. 922 B39B 

Beeeher, W. C, and others, A biography of Bev. 

Henry Ward Beeeher. 922 B39B 

Beers, H. A. Split zephyr. in 1 St72 v.8 

Beethoven, Ludwigvan. Cbowxst. Beethoven. 

in 927 C88 
Behind a mask. Cooper. 1 C782 

Bell, Currer, pseud. See NichoUs, C. (B.) 
Bellamy, Edward. Lost in 1 St72 v. 7 

Belle Belle ; or. The Chevalier Fortune. Anlnoy. 

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Ben Burton, the slate picker. Prentice. 

Jl P91B 
Ben-na-groich. anon. in 2 B567 v. 7 

Beneden, P. J. van. Animal parasites and mess- 
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R203 B43 
Beigamin, Park. The end of New Tork. 

in 1 St72 V.5 

Bentham, Jeremy. Introduction to the principlee 

of morals and legislation. 172 B44 

B^ranger, J. B. A. E. Chansons ; avec notes et 

commentaires historiques ; par L. Sauveur. 

F841 B45 
Bernard, Saint. Jerusalem the Gk>lden. 

245 B45 

— Life and works ; tr. by S. J. Eales. 2 v. 

208 B45Ii 
Bemhard, Marie. Rector of St Luke^s. 3 B45 
Berry, C. B. The other side ; how it struck us. 

917.3 B452 
Besant, Walter. Children of Gibeon. S v. 

2 B46Cg 

— The holy rose, etc. 2 B46Ho 

— and Rice, James. The ten years^ tenant. 

in 2 T14 V.4 
^^ Besval,*' pseud. A baton for a heart ; a ro- 
mance of American student life in Paris. 

1 B46 
Bettany, G. T. Life of Charles Darwin. 

025 D252 

— World's religions. 202 B46 
Bettany, J. G. A laggard hi love. 2 B461 L 
Between the lines ; a story of the war. King. 

1 K58B 
Betwixt the forelands. Rnssell. 2 R9iB 

Beyond the bourn ; reports from a traveller re- 
turned from the undiscovered country. Fiske. 

1 F54 
Bible. TexU, 

— Holy Bible; edition published at Douay, 1009. 

R220 B47l> 



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BIBLE. 



BLOfiflSOM. 



Sihle-Hxmtinued. 

Work8 relating to the Bible. 
<— Gabdinkb. Aids to acriptore study. 220 G16 

— Gladstone. Impregnable rock ct Holy Scrip- 

ture. 220 G45 

— ToTTKN. Joshua's long day and the dial of Ahas ; 

a scientific vindication. 222 T64 

— Tbudxll. a wonderful diacoyery in the book of 

Job. 220 T76 

New Testament. 
— ^New Testament; from three celebrated Mss. of 

the original Greek text; ed. by Constantlne 

Tischendorf. 225 B47 

^-Babbowb. Seven lectures on the credibility of 

the Gospel histories. 225 B27 

Bible in Waverley. Dickson. 823 Sco8D 

Bibliography. Adams. A manual of historical 

literature. 8d.ed.enL R016.0 AdlM 

— Annual American catalogue, 1886-90. 5 v. 

R015 Am3A 

— Hafebkobn, camp. Handy lists of technical 

literature; pt. 4. Mines and mining. 

R016 Hll 

— Lowndes. The bibliographer's manual of T^g^<">' 

literature. 11 v. R015 L95 

— PUBLISHEBS' trade list annual, 1890, ^91. 

R015.73 P96 

— Whitakbb. Reference catalogue of current 

Uterature, 1885, '89. 2 v. R015 W58 

Bibliotheca Croftsiana. Crofts. R017 C87 
Biographical annals of the civil government of 

the United States. Lanman. R923 L27 
Biographical essays. Macanlay. 920 Mil 
Biography. Collective. 

— Adams. In perils oft; romantic biographies 

illustrative of the adventurous life. 923 Adl 

— BuLWEB. Historical characters; Talleyrand, 

Cobbett, Mackintosh, Canning. 923.2 B87 

— Distinguished persons in Russian society ; tr. 

by F. £. Bunn^tt. 923 D63 

— Dteb. Great men at play. 2 v. 920 D98 

— Dyeb. Great senators of the United States forty 

years ago. 923.2 D98 

— Field. Memories of many men and of some 

women. 920 F45 

— Finch. Lives of the princesses of Wales. 8 v. 

923.1 F49 

— Fobtunes made in businesB ; sketches biographical 

and anecdotic, from the history of industry and 
conmierce, by various writers. 8 v. 923 F77 

— Gbeene. The German element in the war of 

American Independence. 973.3 G83G 

Content*. 
Baron Ton Sleaben;— General John Kalb^-Oerman mercen- 
aries. 

— Habgbeaves. Literary workers; or, Pilgrims to 

the temple of honour. 928 H22 

— Howells. Modem Italian poets. 851 H83 

— Jesse. Memoirs of celebrated Etonians. 2 v. 

920 J49 

— Katanaoh. English women of letters. 

928.23 K17 



fifography— eonMniisd. 

— Katanagh. French woman of letters. 

028.43 K17 
-— Kingston. Mooarchs I have met 2 ▼. 

923.1 K61 

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ernment of the United States. R023 L27 

— Lee, Sidney, ed. Dictionary of national biognr 

phy. V. 27. R920 SU 

NoTS. T. 1-a were edited tigr LoAle Stepfcea. ▼. tMt bf 
Leslie Stepken and Sidney Lee. 

— Moon, ed. Men and women of the time; a dic- 

tionary of contemporaries. R020 M77 

NoTS. This is the 13th edition of " Men of the time.'* 

— MooBB. Women of the war. 920.7 M78W 

— Phillips. Dictionary of biographical reference; 

with supplement to date. R920 P54 

— Romance of real life. anon. 920 RM 

— Stewabt. Biographical memoirs of Adam Smith, 

Wm. Robertson, Thomas Raid ; with memoir of 
Stewarii, by J. Veitch. 192 St43 v. 10 

— Walfobd. Chapters from family chests. 2 v. 

923.2 W14 
Birch Dene. Westall. 2 W52B 
Birney^ J. G. Bibney, William. James G. Bii^ 

ney and his times. 923.2 B53 

Birney, William. James G. Bimey and his times. 

923.2 B53 
Binelly Augustine. Life of Charlotte Bronte. 

928.23 NSIB 

Bishop, W. H. Brown stone boy, and other queer 

people. 1 B54B 

— One of the thirty pieces. in 1 SI72 v.l 
Bishop's vagabond. French. in 1 SI72 v.? 
Bisland , Elizabeth. Flying trip around the world. 

910.4 B54 
Blacky William. Goldsmith. in 920 Ac6 v.3 

— In f ar Lochaber. 8 v. 2 B56I 

— Penance of John Logan, and two other tales. 

2 B56Pe 

— Queen Tita's wager. in 2 T14 T.3 

— Strange adventures of a hou8e4x)at. 8 v. 

2 B568a 

Black beauty ; his grooms and companions. Sew- 
ell. 2 Se82 

Black business. Smart. 2 Sm2B 

Black poodle. Guthrie. in 2 T14 v.l 

Blackhall ghosts. Keddie. 2 K23B 

Blackie, J. S. Life of Robert Bums. 

928.21 B03B 
Blackmore, R. D. Clara Vaughan. 2 B563C1 
Blaine 9 J. G. Twenty years of Coogress. 2 v. 

329 B57 

Blessington 9 M. Gardiner, Countess of. Patmobe. 

Personal recollections ; ed. by R. H. Stoddard. 

in 928 St6 t.IO 
Blind justice. Reeves. 2 R25B 

None- Same as HedrL 

Bloedey Gertrude. (Stuart Sterne.) Story of two 

lives.' 1 B62 

Blossom and the fruit. Collins. 2 C692B 



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BLOUET. 



BROGI^I^. 



BloQ^ty FmmiL iMcuoCyRM.) JaoquM BonbonuM, 
John Boll on the Cootinent, From my letter- 
box. 847 B63J« 

— John BnU, Junior; or, French «e she is traduced. 

847 B62Jb 
Blve bird. Aalnoy. in J3 Aaft 

Boating. Woodgate. 797 W86 

Bob Burke's duel with Ensign Brady. Maginn* 

in 2 B567 T.3 
Boleyn, Anne. See Anne Bolefn. 
Boliria. Mason. The war on the Pacific coast of 
South America between Chili and the aUied re- 
publics of Peru andBoliyia, 1879^1. 

R918.3 M38 
Bones. Doyle. in 2 T14 t.4 

Bonneralf J. C, Countess de, Fullbbton. 
Countess de Bonneval; her life and letters. 

920.7 B64 
Book-keeping. Packabd and Bryant. New 
Bryant and Stratton ccomting-house book-keep- 
ing. 857 P12 
Book of Christmas. Kerrey. 394 H44 
Book-trade. Caspab^s directory of the American 
book, news, and stationexy trade, wholesale 
andietaiL R855 C27 
Books and Reading. Boston, MoM^—Public 
Library. Hand-book for readers. R028 B85 

— Gbisen. Libraxyaids. R028 G83 

— ^KWiNS, oomp. Books for the young. 

R028 H49 
^ BuLTXB. Round and about the book-stalls. 

028 811 

Books for the young. Hewinsy comp, 

R028 H49 
Boothy A. J. Saint Simon and Saint Simoiiism ; a 
chapter in the history of socialism in France. 

335.2 B64 
Booths Charles, ed. Labour and life of the people. 
2 V. with atlas. 331.8 B64 

Booth, E. M. J. (G.) von. (Rita.) Daphne. 

2 B639D 

— The Laird o'Cockpen. 2 B639L 
Bootliy William. In darkest Rngland and the way 

out. 339 B64 

— HnzLKY. Social diseases and worse remedies; 

letters to the **Times" on Mr. Booth's scheme. 

339 H98 
Border and bastille. Lawrence. 973.7 L43 
Bordone girL Boyle. in 2 T91 

Boris Lensky. Ktfrschner. 3 K96B 

Boston y Mass,— Public Library, Hand-book for 
readers. R028 B65 

Boolger, D. (H.) (7%eo Gift,) Pretty Miss Bel- 
lew. 2 B66P 
Bound by a spelL Fargns. 2 F22Bo 
Bowlesy SamueL Merriam. The Ufe ajad times 
of Samuel Bowles. 2y. 920.5 B681II 
Box tunnel Reade. in 828 R22 
Boxesy The. anon, in 2 B567 t.8 
Boy traders. Fosdick. Jl F78Fr3 
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Boycotted. Morley. * 2' M822B 

Boyesesy H. H;- A daring- fiction. 

in 1 8t72 T.IO 

Boyle, Frederick. The Bordone girL in 2 T91 
Bosman, J. L. History of Maryland, from 1088 

to 1660. 2 v. 975.2 B90H 

Braboamey Lord, See Hngessea, B. H. K. 
Brace 9 C. L. The unknown God ; or, Inspiration 

among Pre-Christian races. 290 B72 

Braeme, C. M. {B, M. Clay,) A broken wedding 

ring. 1 B73Br 

— Dora Thome. 1 B73Do 

— Golden heart 1 B73G 

— Her mother's sin. 1 B73He 

— Lady Damer's secret. 1 B73L 
-— Lady Hutton^s ward. 1 B73La 

— Madolin*s lover. 1 B731II 

— Passion flower. 1 B73P 

— Redeemed by love. 1 B73R 

— Set in diamonds. 1 B73S 

— The shadow of a shL 1 B73Sh 

— Sin of a lifetime. 1 B73Si 

— Thorns and orange blossoms. 1 B73T 

— Which loved him best f 1 B73Wh 

— World between them 1 B73Wt 
Brake, Tyge or Tycho. Brewster. Life of Tycho 

Brahe. in 925 B75 

Brainerdy David. Memoirs ; taken from his diary 

by Jonathan Edwards. R922 B73 

Brake up. Adams. Jl AdlL5 

Bras d*Acler ; or. On the gold-path in *49. Br^hat. 

4 B74B 

Brazil. Edogumbe. Zephyrus ; a holiday in 
Bnudl and on the river Platte. 918. 1 Ed3 

— United States— Bureau of American Republics, 

Bnudl— 1891. R918.1 Un8 

— United States— Bureau of the American Re- 

publics, Lnport duties of Brazil. 1891. 

R918.1 Un3I 

— Wells. Exploring and Travelling three thous- 

and miles through BradL 2v. 918.1 W46T 
Bread upon the waters. Cralk. in 2 C84He 
Br^haty Alfred de. Bras d'Ader ; or. On the 

gold-path in *49. 4 B74B 

— A dark deed. 4 B74D 
Bremer, Fredrika. Neighbours; a story of every- 
day life. 839.73 B75N 

Brewster 9 F. C. Disraeli in outline; a biography 
of the Earl of Beaconsfield and an abridgment 
of his novels. 923.2 B35B 

Bridegroom of Bama. anon, in 2 B567 t.12 
Bridge of the gods. Batch. 1 B18B 

Bridges, Mrs, {Mrs, Forrester,) Virginia. 

in 2 T14 T.5 
Brigade commander. De Forest, in 1 8t72 t«8 
British Maseam— Li&rary. List of the books of 

reference in the Reading Room. R019 B77 
British naval and military qperatloDs in Egypt, 

1882. Goodrich. R916.2 G62 

Brogliey J. V. A., Due de. Marie-Th^r^ Im- 

p^ratrice, 174440. F923.1 MSS 



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BROGUE. 



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Brof liey J. V. A., Due dB-HionHnued. 

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92B.2 T14 

Broken fUth. 8 v. Hardy. 2 H322B 

Brokl9B wedding ring. Braeme. 1 B73Br 

BrontSy Charlotte. See Nicholls, C. (B.) 
Brooke, Sir James. Adams. The Raja of Sarawak. 

in 9ft3 Adi 

BrookliDC) Mom,— Public Library, Supplement 
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Brooklyn, N, T. Lain^s Brooklyn directory, for 
the year endingMay 1,1892. R914.47 L14 

— Lain's Brooklyn and Long Island businesB di- 

rectory, 1891. R917.47 L14B 

Brooksy Noah. Lost in the fog. in 1 8172 t.4 
Brother Sebastian's friendship. Frederic. 

in 1 8172 T.6 
Bronghaniy Henry, Lord. Albert Lunel. 

2 B792A 
Brown, Alice. Fools of nature. 1 B811F 

Brown stone boy, and other queer people. Bishop. 

1 B54B 
Browne, W. A. The money, weights, and meae- 

urea of the chief conunerdal nations, with the 

British equivalents. 389 B81 

Browning, E. B. Aurora Leigh. 821 B82A 

— Selection from [her] poetry. 821 B82S 
Browning, Oscar. Life of Geoige Eliot. 

928.23 C88B 
Browning, Robert. Principal shorter poems. 

821 B821F 

— FOBSTKR. Robert Browning. ^n 928 F77 

— Shabp. Life of Robert Browning. 928.21 B82 
Bmshes and chisels. Serrao. ft Se6B 
Bryant, H. B., and Fackard, S. S. New Bryant 

and Stratum counting-house book-keeping. 

0ft7 F12 

Bryoe, James, ed. Two centuries of Irish history, 
1091-1870. 941.ft B84 

Oontenti, 
Pt.1. BalllTAB, W. K. FitMu Uie treaty of Umerick to 
tiM aitabUaliiiMDl of losidatiTo Independence. im-i7a i— 
a. aiff«re««, OeofV*. FromtheeetabUahnMotof legislatiTe 
Independence to the Act of Union. 1789-1800 ^S. Brldcee, 
J. H. From the Union to Catholic emandpetion. 1801-iav ^- 
4. Ftt«aumriee,I«rrfEdninnd,«aJThnr»leld»J.R. From 
the emancipation of the OathoUoi to the Insorreetlonarj 
moreroent of 1848 1-^ M aedenell* O. P. From the Insar- 
reetlonary movement of 1818 to the Land Act of 1870. 

Bnchanan, James. Hobtoh. Life and public 
services of James Buchanan. 923.1 B8ft 

Bnchanan, R. W. The heir of Linne. 

2 B8ftH 

— The master of the mine. 2 B851II 

— The moment after. 2 B85JIIo 

— The shadow of the sword. 2 B858 

— The wedding ring; a tale of to-day. 2 B85W 
Bnckle, H. T. Glenkiv. Pilgrim-memories ; or, 

Travel and discussion in the birth-oountries of 

Christianity with H. T. Buckle. 915.6 G47 

Bndd Boyd^s triumph ; or. The boy-firm of Fox 

Island. Chipman. Jl C438B 



Badffe,B.A.W. Babykmlan Ufe and history. 

220 B8ft 

Ball, Ole. BuiiL, S. C. Ole Bull, a memoir ; with 
Ole Bull's *' Violin notes,** and A. B. Crosby's 
*' Anatomy of the violinist." 927 B87 

BnlUS. C. Ole Bull, a memoir. 927 B87 

Bnlwer^Lytton, E. G. E. L., Lord Lytton. See 
Lytton, E. G. £. Lytton-Bulwer, 1st Baron. 

Bnlwer, Sir H. L., Bart. Historical characters ; 
Talleyrand, Cobbett, Mackintosh, Canning. 

923.2 B87 

— Life of Henry Jcdm Temple, Viscount Palmeraton, 

with selections from his diaries and correspond- 
ence. 3v. 923.2 P18 
Bandy patent radiators, Illustrated catalogue of. 
1890 and ^91. Griffing Iron Co. R697 G87 
Banner, H. C. Love in old cloathes. 

in 1 St72 T.4 
Bansen, C. C. J. Baron von. Martin Luther. 

in 920 Ac6 T.l 

— comp. Lyra Gtormanica ; tr. by C. Winkworth. 

831 B88 
Banyan, John. Vsnablbs. Life of Jcdm Bunyan. 

928.2 B88 
Bnrgoyne, Sir John, Bart. Life and correspond- 
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923.5 B91 
Bnried treasure. Fosdick. Jl F78B 

Bnrke, T. N. Lectures and sermons. 2ft2 B91L 
Bnrkett's lock. McClelland. 1 JII132B 

Bnrmah treasure. Sheffield. 1 8h3B 

Bamett, F. H. A story of the Latin Quarter. 

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Burning questions. Gladden. 230 G4ft 

Barns, Robert Blackdb. Life of Robert Bums. 

928.21 B93B 

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Bnrritt, Elihn. Kibton. Elihu Burritt. 

in 920 K63 
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— Northern light 3 B94N 
Barton, J. B-. The mystery of St James' Faik ; 

or. The silent shore. 2 B9ft 

Barton, R. F. Personal narrative of a pilgrimage 

to Mecca and Medina. 91ft.3 B9ft 

Bnrty, Philippe. ChefsKi'oeuvre of the industrial 

arts. 738 B9ft 

ContentB. 

Cenunte art .—OUa ;—Biuunels {—Metals i—IkpegtiT and 
carpeta. 

Bary, W. C. Eieppel, Viscount, and Hiller, G. L. 

Cycling. 796 B9ft 

Batterworth, Benjamin. Growth of industrial 

art illustrated. R609 B98 

By fire and sword; a story of the Huguenots. 

Archer. 2 Ar2B 

By land and sea. King. 1 Kft8By 

By misadventure. Barrett. 2 B269By 

By order of the king. Hugo. 4 H871II 

NOTX. Same a« The man who langrht. 

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I Thomas, and Robertson , J. C. {Reuben 
^OutUo Percy.) Percy anecdotes. 8 y. 

838 P41 
KL. Damen's ghost. 1 BMD 



Brron, O. G. N., Lard. Jxaffrbbon. Real Lord 
Byron; new views of the poet's life. 8 y. 

928.31 B90J 
— NoBL. Life of Lord Byron. 938.31 B99N 



KW. Negro question. 334 Cll 

rolius. JuDSON . Ceesar^s army ; a study of 
dlitary art of the Romans in the last days 
3RepubUc. 355 J93 

LL. Life of Julius Cffisar. in 930 Ac6 T.l 
OPE. Commentaries of Caesar. 878.1 T74 
UL. E. Her playthings, men. 3 Cll 

, £. M. Electricity the science of the Nine- 
h Century. 537 €13 

ialL See Caine, T. H. 
\ H. {Hall Caine.) Life of Samuel Taylor 
idge. 938.31 C67 

lona. For money or for love. In 3 T91 
y Row; or, The sunken records. Masick. 

1 1II97C 
ly A. R. Lost in the caflon; the story of 
Willett^s adventures on the great Colorado 
9 West. Jl C13L 

Morton. 1 C131II 

lia. Spesd. Notes of a visit to California. 

in 933.1 L63S 
1ES. Our Italy. 917.94 W340 

IgOy Ada. The three Miss Kings; an Aus- 
in story. 3 C138T 

DyH. L. The cost of a lie. 3 C14C 

secret. 3 C14J 

DyV. L. Across Africa. 916 €14 

looper. J3 €14 

>8 last string. BesaDt. in 3 B46Ho 
fsing with Crook, and stories of army Ufe. 
(. 917.8 K58 

ler Thai, and other writings. RIchter. 

838 R41 
»U, S. M. Story of creation. 313 €15 
illy Thomas. Patmore. Personal reool- 
»b; ed. by R. H. Stoddard. 

in 938 8t6 T.IO 

• Orbswsix. History of the Dominion of 
yda. 971 G86 

IN. Canada and the States, 1851-86. 

917.1 W33 
If George. Bulwsb. Canning, the bril- 
man. in 933.3 B87 

s; the fortunes of a partisan of 'SI. Cooke. 

1 €77C 

»iiiy tales. Lee. 3 L51C 

I Blake. King. 1 K58€a 

Kidd'sgold. Fitts. Jl F56€ 

I Paton^s lament. Lockhart. 

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€areyyR.N. Barbara Heathcote'striaL 3 €18B 

— ForLilias. 3 €18F 

— Merle's crusade. 3 €1811 

— Nellie's memories. 3 C18N 

— Not like other girls. 3 €18No 

— Queenie's whim. 3 C18Q 
•— Robert Ord^s atonement. 3 C18R 

— Uncle Max. 3 C18U 
Carleton, William. Willy Reilly. 3 C19W 
Carleny E. P. (S.) Ivar ; or, The Skjuts-boy. 

839.73 C19I 

Carlyle, Thomas. Latter^lay pamphlets.— Early 

longs of Norway.— John EZnox. 834 C19L 

— Life of Bums. in 930 Ac6 T.l 

— Life of Priedrich Schiller ; comprehending an 

examination of his works. 938.33 SGh3C 

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CarpenteryW.L., and others. Elementary schools, 

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CarryA. C. Margaret Maliphant 3 €33311 
Carrier 9 A. H. Monument to the memory of Henry 

Clay. 933.3 €57€a 

Cartailbacy Emile. La France pr^historique, d* 

apr^ les sepultures et les monuments. 

F913.44 €34 
CarriUalyMendozayLuisade. Fullbbton. Life 

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Caryy Alice. Clovemook ; or, ReooUectioDS of our 

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Case of Reuben Malnchi Edwards. 3 Ed94C 
Caspar's directory of the American book, news, 

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933.3 €37 
Castaways. Kaler. Jl K13C 

Castle 9 Egerton. Consequeooes. 3 C37C 

Castlemony Hany, pseud. See Fosdick, C. A. 
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— Bkabdblkt Libbabt, Wett Winsted^ Conn, 

Supplement to the catalogue, no. 1, 2. 

R019 B388 

— Britibh MxjBExmr^IAbrary. List of the books 

of reference in the Reading Room. 11019 BT7 

— BaooKUNX, ^lAsa,— Public Library. Supple- 

ment to catalogue, 187&-81. R019 B792C 

— Cbofts. Bibliotbeca Croftsiana ; catalogue of 

[his] library. R017 C87 

— MxBCAHmLB TiTBRABY, New York. Supplement 

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^ OSTXBHOUT Fbxb Libbabt, WHkea-Barr^^ Plenn. 
Class catalogue and author index. R017 Os7 
^ Patxbson, N. J.— Free Publio Library. Cata- 
logue. R017 P27 
^PoBTSMOUTH, Eng.— jFVf0 Library. Catalogue 
of the Lendhig Department. R019 P833 

— PxTBUSHXBS' trade list annual, 1890, 'Ol. 

R015.73 P96 

— ViNER, ed. 'Boi^a^ stamp catalogue and collect- 

or's guide. R383 ¥75 

— Wednbsbuby, Eng.— Free Library. Catalogue 

of the books in the Ubrary ; comp. bj Thomas 
Stanley, Librarian. R0I9 W48 

^Whitaksb. Reference catalogue of current lit- 
erature, 1885, *89. 2 y. R015 W58 

— WoBCESTEB, Mass.— fVee Public Library. Sup- 

plement, 1889. R019 W89S 

Catherine of Aragon, Ist Queen of Henry VIII. 
Dixon. History of two queens. 3 v. 

923.1 D64 
Catherwoody M. H. Craque-o*-doom. 1 C28C 
Cause worth trying, anon, in 2 B567T T.IO 
Careodish, Thomas. [Life and voyages of] Caven- 
dish, anon, in 923*5 L75 
Chile's fortune. Dn Boisgobey. in 4 D85I>e 
Celebes. Hickson. Naturalist in North Celebes. 

508 H52 
Ceramics* See Pottery and Porcelain* 
Cervantes-SaaTedray Miguel de. Don Quixote. 

6 C33 

Ceylon. Bakxb. Eight yean* wanderings in 

Ceylon. 915.4 B17 

— Bakxb. Rifle and the hound in Ceylon. 

915.4 B17R 
Chamberlain, B. H. Things Japanese. 

915«2 C35 
Champlain, Lake. Mubbat. Lake Champlain 
and its shores. 917.47 1II96L 

Champoey, E. W. The heartbreak cameo. 

in 1 Rt72 T.e 

— Three Vassar girls abroad. 914 C35 

— Three Vassar girls in England. 914.2 C35 

— Three Vassar girls in France. 914.4 C35 

— Three Vassar girls in Switzerland. 914.94 C35 
Chance and luck. Proctor. 795 P94 
Chantry House. 2v. Yonge. 2 Y8Cn 
ChapUn,H.W. (C.H.WhiU.) mi inl 8t72T.9 

— The village convict in 1 St72 t.6 



Cluipters from family chests. 2 v. Walford. 

923.2 W14 
Chaiaeter as seen in body and parentage. Jordan* 

136 J76 

Chmrln XII^ King of Sioeden, Voltaibx. Histoire 

de Charles XII, roi de SuMe. F923. 1 C38 

Chatham, William Pitt, 1st Earl of. Maoaulat. 

Pitt, Earl of Chatham. in 920 Ac6 T.i 

Chancer, GeofCrey. Wabd. Chaucer. 

in 920 Ac6 T.2 
Cheadle, W. B. My hunt of the sUver fox. 

in 2 B567T T.IO 
ChefsHi'fBavre of the industrial arts. Bnrty. 

738 B95 
Chemistry of paints and painting. Church. 

751 C47 
Cherokeesof Pre-Columbian times. Thomas. 

970.1 T3» 
Chersonese with the gilding off. 2 v. fanes. 

915.9 In6 
Chesney, O. T. Battle of Dorking. 

in 2 B567T t.2 

Chess. See Games and Amusements. 

Chesterfield, P. D. Stanhope, 4^ Earl of Saxntb- 

Bkuvx. Lord ChesterflekL in 928.2 8a2 

Chevalier of Pensieri-Vani, together with frequent 

references to the proregeof Aroopia. Fuller. 

1 F952C 
Chief periods of European history. Freeman. 

940 F87C 
Children of Gibeon. 8 v. Besant. 2 B46Cg 
Chile. Mason. The war on the Pacific coast of 
South America between ChUe and the allied re- 
publics of Peru and Bolivia, 1879-81. 

R9t8.3 M3S 
Chimes, The. Dickens. in 2 D55C 

China. Williams. The Middle Elingdom; a sur- 
vey of the Chinese Empire. 951 W67 
Chipman,W. P. Budd Boyd*striumph ; or. The boy- 
firm of Fox Island. Jl C438B 
— Roy Gilbert's choice; a tale of the great lakea. 

Jl C438R 
Chiptree, Amos. A flurry in diamonds. 1 C44 
Chorley, H. F. Personal reminiscences ;ed. by It 
H. Stoddard. in 928 me^ril 

Chooans. Balzac. 4 B21Ck 

Chris. Norris. 2 Br79C 

Christian woman. Bazan. 6 B34C 

Christine ; a Dutch story. Hardmana. -• 

in 2 B567 t.2 
Christmas. Hxbvxt. Book of Christmas. 

394 H44 
Christmas caroL Dickens. in 2 D55C 

Christmas Eve in war timea Roe. in 1 R622U 
Christmas in Narragansett Hale. 1 H13Ch 
Christmas rose; a blossom in seven petals. Fraa* 
cUlon. 2 F84C 

Christmas stories Dickens. in 2 D55ir 

Chronicle of the reign of Charles IX; tr. by George 
Saintsbury. M6riwa.4e» 4 M54 



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CkroBological tables of Greek history; tr. by G. 
Chawner. Peter. R938 P44 

CluroDology. Nichol. Tables of ancient litera- 
ture and history, b. c. 1500 — a. d. 200. 

R902 N51 

— Peter. Chronological tables of Greek history; 

tr. by G. Chawner. R038 P44 

Churchy A. H. The chemistry of paints and paint- 
ing. 751 C47 
Churchy A. J. A young Macedonian in the army 
of Alexander the Great. J2 C47Y 
Charchy R. W. Spenser. tVi 920 Ac6 y.2 
Charch and State. Sghaff. Church and state 
in the United States. 261 8ch 1 
Cinderella. Lodge, ed, in J398 L82 
Cinderella. Perraalt. in 808 SwO 
Cinderella. Scadder, ed. in J398.3 Scu2 
Cinderella; or, The little glass slipper. Craik. 

in J2 C84F 
City and suburban. James. 2 J232C 

Clara Vaughan. Rlackmore. 2 B563C1 

Claretie, Jules. Marsa; the gypsy bride; (Prince 
Zilah). 4 C54M 

Clark, C. H. (Max Adeler.) Out of the hurly- 
burly; or, Life in an odd comer. 817 C54 
Clark, F. T. {Frederick Thickstun.) Mexican girl. 

1 C543M 
Clark, H. C. Diary of the war for separation; a 
daily chronicle of the principal events and 
history of the present revolution; to which is 
added notes and descriptions of all the great 
batUes. 973.7 C55 

Classical Literatare. Moulton. Ancient clas- 
sical drailia; a study in literary evolution. 

882 M86 

— Nettlj&ship. Classical education in the past and 

at present. in 807 N38 

Clay, 6. M., pseud. See Braeme. C. M. 
Clay, Henry. Speeches, etc. in 923.2 C57Ca 

— Cariusr. Monument to the memory of Henry 

Clay. 923.2 C57Ca 

Clayden, E. J. By the world forgot. 2 C57 
Clement, C. £. See Waters, C. E. (C.) 
Gierke, E. M. A film of gossamer, in 2 T14 t.3 
CieTeland, C. D., ed. Compendium of American 
literature. 810.8 C59 

Cloak, The. Gogol. in 891.73 G55 

Clothed with the sun. Kingsford. 212 K61C 
Cloaston* W. A., comp, A group of eastern ro- 
mances and stories. 891.5 C62 

VontenU. 
History of Nniwai' ^— History of Farrukhrus ;— The Kinfrand 
his four miniiit«ni ;— The rose of Bokawali ;— I*er»Jaxi storieH. 

Clovernook; or, Recollections of our neighbor- 
hood in the West 2v. Cary. 1 C18C 

Clatterback, W. J. The skipper in Arctic seas. 

919.8 C62S 

Cobb, Sylvanus, Jr. Gunmaker of Moscow ; or, 
Vladimir, the monk. 1 C63 

— A love match. 1 C63L 

— Orion, the gold beater ; or, True hearts and false. 

1 C630 



Cobb, BjlYBJoua— continued, 

— The painter of Parma ; or, The magic of a mas- 

terpiece. 1 C63P 

— Smuggler of King^s Cove ; or, The old chapel 

mystery. 1 C63S 

Cobbe, F. P. Darwinism in morals, and other 

essays. 824 C63 

Cobbe tt, William. English grammar ; rev. by 

Alfred Ayres. 425 C81 

— BuLWEB. Cobbett, the contentious man. 

in 923.2 B87 
Cobd*;n Clab. Free trade and the European trea- 
ties of commerce. 337 C63 
Codman,John. Round trip by way of Panama 
through California, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, 
Idaho, and Colorado. 917.8 C64 
Coelebs in search of a wife. More. 2 9181 
Coffin, R. T. How old Wiggins wore ship. 

in 1 St72 T.9 

Coins. MoNTRESOR. Some hobby horses ; or. 

How to collect stamps, coins, seals, crests, and 

scraps. in 828 9176 

Cole, G. R. F. Dearly bought 3 v. 2 C672D 

Cole, Sir Henry. Fifty years of public work. 2 v. 

923.2 C672 
Coleridge. S. T. Caine. Life of Samuel Taylor 
Coleridge. 928.21 C67 

College theatricals, anon. in 2 B567 ¥.2 

Collins, C. A. Cruise upon wheels. 914.4 C69 
Collins, E. L. Hadasseh. 2 C694 

Collins, Mabel Blossom and the fruit. 2 C692B 

— Idyll of the white lotus. 2 C692I 
Collins, Wilkie. See Collins, W. W. 
Collins, W. W. Evil genius. 8 v. 2 C69E 

— The legacy of Cain. 3 v. 2 C69Le 

— She loves and lies. in 2 T14 T.4 
Colombi, La Marchesa, pseud. See Torelli-Tor> 

riani, Maria. 
Colonel Carter of Cartersville. Smith. 1 Sm5C 
Colonna, Vittoria, Marchesa di Peecara. Trolt 
LOPE. Vittoria Colonna. in 920 Ac6 v.l 
Colonna, the painter, anon. in 2 B567 v.l 
Colambns, Christopher. Lajiabtinx. Christo- 
pher Columbus. in 920 Ac6 v. 1 
Combe, T. Question of love. 4 C73Q 
Coming race ; or. The new Utopia. Lytton. 

2 L99CO 
Comiog struggle for India. Vamb^ry. 954 ¥25 
Commerce. United States— Bureau of Ameri- 
can Republics, Foreign commerce of the Amer- 
ican republics and colonies. R382 Un3F 

— United States — Bureau of American Republics. 

Hand book of the American republics. 1891. 

R382 Un3H 

— United States — Bureau of American Republics. 

Handbook of the American republics, 1891. 
enl. ed. R382 Un3Ha 

— United States — Bureau of American Republics. 

Import duties of BraziL R918.1 Un3I 

Commercial trip with an uncommercial ending. 

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Commodore Junk. Feno. 2 F35Co 

Compoandiog of English words. Teall. 

R422 T22 
Cone Cut Comers ; the experiences of a conserva- 
tive family in fanatical times. Abbott. 

1 Ab2C 
Confessions of a frivolous girl ; a story of fashion- 
able life. Grant. 1 G76C 

Congress and the Agapedome. Aytonn. 

in 2 B567T ¥,2