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No. 28. 


Januab? 11, 1883. 




University of the State of New Yoek, 
Office of the Regents, ex-6fficio Teustbes of the 
State Library, Albany, January 12, 1883. 

To the Legislature : 

I have the honor to transmit the Sixty-fifth Annual Report of 
the Trustees of the State Library, as required by law. 


Cham^cellor of the University. 

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HENRY R. PIERSON, LL.D., Chancellor of the University. 
GEORGE W. CLINTON, LL.D., Vioe-Chanoellor. 
DAVID B. HILL, Lieutenant-Governor, . . 

JOSEPH B. C ARR, Secretary of State, ^ ^^^" 

NEIL GILMOUR, Supt. of Public Instruction. 









DAVID MURRAY, Ph.D., LL.D., Secreta/ry, 
DANIEL J. PRATT, Ph.D., Asmtant-Secretary. 

Stomdmg Com/niittee on the State Lihra/ry. 
REV. DR. UPSON, Chairman, 



Library Staf for 1882. 

HENRY A. HOMES, LL.D., LibraHan of the General Library. 
STEPHEN B. GBISWOLD, Lffxrarian of the Law Library, 
GEORGE R. HOWELL, Assistant Librarian, 
FRANKLIN OLCOTT, Assistant Librarian, 
; BERTHOLD PERNOW, Clerk in charge of Historical Documents, 
HARRY E. GRISWOLD, Assistant in the Law Litrra/ry, 
JAMES R. BOYNTON, As»i8tant and Janitor, 

GEORGE W. CLINTON, LL.D., Editor of the Clinton Papers. 



Report of the Trustees of the State Library 7 


1. Report of George W. Clinton, Editor of the Clinton Papers 10 

2. Report of the Librarian of the General Library 5 

3. Report of the Librarian of the Law Library 19 

4. List of Publications received by Donation or Exchange during 1882. . . 21 

6. Additions to the General Library 51 

6. Additions to the Law Library * ^ 124 



To the Honor able the Legislature of the State of New York : 

The trustees of the State Library respectfully present to the 
Legislature as required by law this their Sixty-fifth Annual Report. 

The additions to the library (^uring the year ending December 31, 
1882, are shown in the following statement : 

At the close of the year 1881 : volumes. 

In the general library 83, 4Y4 

In the law library 33, 226 

Total 116, 700 

Added during the yeaf 1882 : 

To the general library 1, 653 

To the law library. . '. 953 

Total 2, 606 

At the close of the year 1882 : 

In the general library 1 . . . 86, 027 

In the law library 34, 179 

Total 119, 206 

Of the additions to the library acquired by purchase 1, 395 

Acquired by donation or exchange 1, 111 

Total 2, 606 

For the details of the additions to the library the trustees refer 
the Legislature to the list of books and pamphlets received by dona- 
tion or exchange during the year 1882, and the catalogue of addi- 
tions which are appended to the report. 

The trustees also herewith transmit the reports made to them by 
the librarians of the general apd law .libraries, giving full particulars 

8 [Assembly 

as to the progress and present condition of the collections under 
their care. These reports will show how much has been accom- 
plished with the means placed at the disposal of the trustees. The 
library has grown to be. one of the most valuable and useful 
in the. country, and it has become so by an expenditure so limited 
as to be quite disproportionate to its value. During the past 
two years the trustees have felt very plainly the inadequacy 
•-of the appropriation for the support of the library. It is 
found impossible in the law department to keep the tables sup- 
plied with the important periodicals which the courts and the law- 
yers call for. In the special lines in which it has been found 
expedient to develop the general library, the "material constantly 
offering far exceeds the means afforded for purchase. Not only has 
the material in these lines become more abundant, but its cost has 
greatly advanced. 

• A supplement to the subject-index of the general library published 
in 1872, which has been for some time in preparation, has been issued 
during the past year. It forms a volume of 414 pages, and it is 
believed will add. greatly to the utility of collection. A correspond- 
ing supplement is in preparation to the catalogue of the law library 
which it is hoped will be completed during the coming year. 

• Under laws enacted at various times, the remainders of the edi- 
tions of the several volumes of the documentary and colonial his- 
tories have been handed over to the Regents of the University for 
the purposes of literary exchange. It is believed that all who by 
any law or right were entitled to these volumes by free distribution 
have been supplied, and that what remain may now be used for the 
benefit of the library. The editions of many of the volumes are 
completely exhausted, and it is no longer possible to make up sets. 
Under these circumstances the trustees have deemed it their duty to 
transfer the entire remaining stock of these volumes to the library 
to form a part of its duplicates, and to be sold or exchanged for its 
benefit under the laws relating thereto. In making this transfer of 
course the rights of those who may still have a legal claim for vol- 
umes of the set have been protected. 

The trustees call the attention of the Legislature to the report 
herewith transmitted of the Honorable George W. Clinton, who 
by appointment of the trustees is engaged upon the work of index- 
ing and editing the Clinton papers. Most satisfactory progress has 
been made during the year, and the value and interest of the collec- 
tion of papers become more apparent as the work progresses. The 
trustees respectfully commend the work to the fostering care of the 
Legislature, and can give the fullest assurance that the material 
which is thus prepared for publication will prove of the utmost his- 
torical interest. 

The historical documents transferred to the custody of the trustees 
of the State Library by chapter 120 of the Laws of 1881, have been 
continued during tne past year in the special charge of Mr. Berthold 
Fernow. They still remain in one of the rooms of the State hall. 

No. 28.] 9 

When the library is transferred to its new quarters in the eapitol, 
the documents will then be consolidated with the other collections. 
Chapter 295 of the Laws of 1882 provided that the commissioners 
of the eapitol should prepare plans for the proper accommodation of 
the State Library, and should submit such plans to the trutitees of 
the library for their approval. These plans were prepared accord- 
ingly and submitted, and after mjiture consideration and the intro- 
duction of suargested luodifications, were duly approved. They pro- 
vide quarters for the library on the west front of the building where 
it is believed it will have ample room not only for its present 
wants but for its legitimate increase. 

The staff of the library has continued without change up to the 
end of the year and will be found prefixed to this report. 

Respectfully submitted, 


David Mubeay, 




By Geoboe W. Clinton. ..:. ^ 

To the Regents of the University : 

The undersigned, to whom was committed the duty of indexing 
and editing the George Cliiaton Papers, etc., is sorry to be compelled 
to report that, with his utmost diligence, he has been able only to 
extract from the Clinton papers full materials for the body of the 
•Index, excepting only assured notes of the contents of two ancient 
Dutch documents, one Spanish and two or three French letters. 
Prof. Pearson, of Union College, has kindlj^ consented to furnish 
translations of the Dutch documents, and translations of the Spanish 
and of the French letters can easily be procured. The by no means 
inconsiderable task of verifying and correcting these memoranda 
and of forming from them a compact but very full index of this 
large collection of papers, remains to be performed. The contents 
of these papers are very various, but, in the main, they present the 
chiefest items of the history of our State during the whole period 
of the war of the Revolution, with innumeruus events and incidents 
which general history is itnable to record, V)ut which tend strongly 
to bring before us the character of our then people and inform us 
of their intelligence and love of liberty. They are permeated by the 
spirit of those dreadful times, and are full of those touches of na- 
ture which make the whole world kin. Not one of the thirteen 
States was an equal sniFerer with New York, and not one was more 
noble in suflPering, or more active, persistent and efficient in devo- 
tion to the common cause. Despoiled of her chief city and cut oft 
from communication with the sea at almost the beginning of the 
war, she was subjected almost continually to invasions from the 
north and from the south so bloody and unsparing that loyalty fal- 
tered in her north east, and Schenectady, near the close of the war, 
became her frontier post uporf the west. From all sides to the very 
centre of the territory that was left to her, and from within herself 
she was harassed by the depredations of organized bands of toiy 
robbers. Surely the wisdom and stern virtues of our people which, 
amid such instant and appalling dangers "plucked the flower safety," 
and the unfailing alacrity with which they guarded the passes of 
the Highlands, whose capture by the enemy might well have pro- 
duced a fatal issue of the war, deserve to be recorded in their uji 
nutest proofs and incidents. These papers embody many suclr 
proofs and incidents, and I doubt not throw light upon the charac- 
ters and histories. of actors, conspicuous and inconspicuous, in that 
eventfuj war. It is not for me to judge the men who were service- 
able to our country in those times, They were an outgrowth of the 

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people and consonant with them in spirit. History establishes the 
fact that, with very few if any exceptions, no people has been res- 
cued from oppression, or elevated in the scale of nations, save by 
their own action. In their need they have invoked — I may say 
created — the heroes and the sages who, with their support and the 
blessing of Almighty God, vindicated their rights and led them up- 

The Index, when completed, ought to be clearly engrossed and 
kept with the papers — every item of information in which it will 
make easily accessible. It will be very voluminous, and I can see 
at present no special good to flow from printing it. But it will be, 
if it prove to be such an one as I ain aiming to make it, an essential 
aid in attaining the end the Legislature had in view in providing for 
its preparation. It is indispensable to the easy and thorough exam- 
ination of this very large and miscellaneous collection, for the pur- 
pose of selecting from it such matter as it is desirable to publish, 
and in preparing an index for that selection. That the collection 
does contain a very large number of papers worthy of publication I 
am persuaded. 

It consists of some few private and professional business papers 
of George Clinton, which, so far as they show current prices, the 
habits and customs of the people, the manners and business methods 
of the times, and are connected with his personal history, are of 
some vahie ; of some few purely family and friendly letters, and 
three or four from Du Simitiere, of Philadelphia, a man of science 
and a would-be historian of America, and these have for me at least 
some interest ; of George Clinton's correspondence touching all the 
incidents and movements of the war, and all the great subjects of 

Solicy and government which had to be considered and acted upon 
uring and immediately subsequent to the war, such as the defenses 
of the Highlands, rebelling and returning the assaults of the 
enemy, the embargo of our grain and cattle and applying them to 
the support of the Continental army, the crippling and banishment 
of enemies of the country, the prevention and punishment of illicit 
intercourse with the enemy, the repression of crimes and enforce- 
ment of law, the extradition of fugitives from justice, the finances 
and government of the State and the expedients, often strained be- 
yond plain justice, to enable it to meet the requisitions of the Fed- 
eral Congress, the conduct of the customs before the Constitution 
of the United States was adopted, the defects of the articles of 
confederation, the merits of the Constitution as proposed and the 
need of its amendment when adopted, and the dangerous and im- 
politic secrecy of the Senate of the United States, in short almost 
every thing in which the interests of the people and the honor and 
safety of the State and nation were or were supposed to be involved. 
Then, too, it embraces a portion of George Clinton's correspondence 
with Genet, with the French Consuls in New York city, with our 
own government and ^ith Monroe during a portion of the French 


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Revolution. It is no part of my humble duty, in my employment, 
to characterize men or measures, but you will excuse me in remarking 
that this correspondence here gives me great pleasure by satisfying 
me, beyond a question, that George Clinton and his compeers, what- 
ever may have been their errors, were always advocates of the right 
of the people to govern and uncomprising asserters of the dignity 
ot tlie State. The papers also comprise a large number of copies 
of the acts of Congress during and shortly after the war, and some 
of the acts of our Legislature. These, of course, though proper 
and in8tructive in their places among the papers, are mere material 
for connective notes and will form no part of the matter selected for 

I regret to find that here and there a gap occurs in this correspond- 
ence The correspondence during the Prench Revolution, and the 
trampling upon our rights and the embarrassment of our commerce 
during the war that followed its outbreak, is meagre. Letters from 
or to George Clinton are occasionally missing. True it is that in a 
large majority of cases, the substantial contents of the missing let- 
ters is made clearly manifest by the answer to it, but the letters 
themselves are, in almost every case, desirable, and in some few in 
stances are necessary to a certain undeirstanding of the allusions or 
answers to them. Then again we have only the drafts of George 
Clinton's letters, and they are by no means infrequently clouded 
with erasures and interlineations and difficult to decipher ; and I 
need not say that the letters themselves, as sent, would be more 
satisfactory. I have given so much time as I could, without neglect 
of my immediate duty to the index, to the identification of localities, 
persons and events named and referred to in this correspondence, 
and to inquiry as to the sources from which the State may freely ob- 
tain the missing letters and the original letters of George Clinton, 
and so place this correspondence in as full and perfect a condition as 
possible. Our excellent librarian, Mr. Homes, has collected some 
materials for a supplemental volume ; Horatio Seymour has given 
the Library a valuable document towards it, and similar gifts may 
reasonably be expected. Some of the letters we desire have un- 
doubtedly been published, and I propose to ascertain what ones have 
been and when and where. Many others, with documents and 
papers which ought properly to be with this collection, are in the 
possession of collectors of autographs; some are in the stores ac- 
cessible or inaccessible for use, of our historical societies ; many are 
treasured by descendants of their recipients, whose descendants will 
neither value nor care for them ; many are lying in garrets and out- 
houses intermixed with business and other papers which have lost 
their uses. It is very much to be desired that our people should 
search these depositories and consider whether public spirit does not 
require that they should give to the State Library such of these 
desiderata as they have in their control, so that these relics and 
proofs of the honorable estimation of their ancestors may be assured 

No. 28.] 13 

perpetual preservation for public itse. The State has entered npon 
the task of collecting these disjecta membra of its history and of 
the lives of its worthy citizens, and surely every worthy citizen will 
willingly contribute his or her aid. 

My study of these papers has inspired me with the hope that 
among the many who can and will readily supply the deficiencies I 
have indicated and enrich these collections, are the descendants of 
the following learned men and families of George Clinton's time: 

I must undoubtedly have omitted many names in the following 
list with which an imperfect memory, which 1 have no time to 
refresh, supplies me on the instant. Allison, Benson, Clinton (in- 
cluding Sir Henry), Colden, Cantine, Du Simitiere (Philadel- 
phia), JDuane, Duer, DeWitt, Fish, Fonda, Gelston, Hawkins, Hay 
(especially Col. Udnev), Livingston, Lush, Malcom, McClaghry, 
Morris, Monroe, Mifflin, (Thomas, Gov. of Feun.), McKesson, 
Schuyler, Scott, Tappen, Tallmadge, Tayler, Yarick (Richard, 
Mayor, etc.), Van Cortlandt, Van Kensselaer, Van Wyck, Van 
Home, Adjutant-General, 

Would that the press would give its influence and exert its power 
in favor of the donations to the State of these relics of our 

The documents involving our State history, so far as the State has 
them, are properly preserved, arranged and cared for. The State 
has been justly liberal in calendaring them and in publishing with 
indexes a large number, but very many remain unpublished and un- 
indexed, though accessible. From the commencement of George 
Clinton's incumbency of the governorship down to John Jay's as- 
sumption of the office, the proper distribution and custody of State 
papers among the various State officers does not appear to have been 
settled. At least I infer so from the fact that a large number of 
returns and which would seem to belong to the Legislature and to 
the Adjutant-General's and other State officers' departments, are 
found among these papers. If they turn out to be mere duplicates, 
there will, of course, be no need of publishing them : if any are 
necessary to the full history of any department of the government, 
a minute of them ought to be filed in that department. Indeed, if 
such documents be scattered, it would seem to be desirable to cata- 
logue them for each department. 

I have avoided touching upon many particular contents of these 

Eapers which seem to me full of interest, but I will be excused, I 
ope, for stating that it was a grateful surprise to me to find one or 
more of the Vermont leaders whose astute policy was deemed to 
approach if not to reach treason, corresponding amicably with 
George Clinton, after the final recognition of the independence of 
that State, and to see its university in the attitude of a petitioner to 
New York for a grant of land; — that it was a surprise not alto- 
gether pleasant to find Brant admitted to what I will call a qualified 
iriendship by George Clinton, and serving the State and the Ignited 

14 [Abbembly No. 28.] 

States for a consideration, and so dwindling from the fiendish, the 
heroic, the romantic, to a common-place mortality ; — and that it was 
very painful to see the harmony with which onr statesmen and our 
warriors were animated while achieving our independence, changing 
into that spirit of distrust and hate which made our earlier politics 
ferocious. But then it is very cheering to see, however dimly, that 
God did educe good from evil ; to feel that the miseries and reverses 
which our forefathers endured so gallantly prepared the way for the 
adoption of the Constitution of the United States and made its 
amendment imperative. Indeed, the whole course of our history, 
from the first planting of the Netherlands down to our happy day, 
ought to strengthen our gratitude to Almighty God, and confirm 
our humble hope that, in all the exigencies of its future, He will 
continue His favor to our country, raise up men fitted for the times, 
and make its liberty eternal. 

Albany, January 11, 1883. 


To the Regents of the University^ Trustees of the State Library : 

The number of volumes in the State Library at the close of the 
year 18S2 is 119,206, of which 85,027 volumes" are in the General 
Library, showing an increase in that department of the moderate 
number of 1,553 volumes. 

The most expensive of these additions to this department have 
been, as in the previous year, the histories of the counties in the 
States of the Union both at the east and west; they continue to be 
published with great frequency. The number of volumes relating 
to events in the Civil war of 1861 to 1865 has received large addi- 
tions during the past year, the histories of the action of towns, 
regiments, companies and individuals continuing to be published 
to the end of the year. The volumes in the library relating to the 
subject are over one thousand. We have had no opportunity as yet 
to count the large number of pamphlets connected with the subject 
which we possess. In consequence of the necessity of securing by 
purchase such works as these of the two classes mentioned, and the 
payment of the sums due on subscriptions to annual periodicals for 
Doth departments of the library, the sum remaining for purchases, 
especially approved of by the trustees in their ordinances of 1879, 
is very small. Almost nothing can be economized for the purchase 
of books of general reference. To make this remainder oi money 
bring in the largest number of books at the least expense, greater 
parsimonionsness has to be exercised than would be used by tne ma- 
jority of private collectors of libraries. 

By means of special requests by letter, three hundred and fifty- 
six eulogies delivered on occasion of the death of President Garfield 
have been collected and arranged in fifteen volumes. Copies oi 
newspapers to the number of 400, giving accounts of his death and 
funeral ceremonies, have been collected and bound in six volumes 

A donation has been made to the library by Vice-CMiancellor 
George W. Clinton of a valuable collection of twenty-six bound 
volumes of uncommon and rare pamphlets. Purchases have been 
made during the year of very interesting additions to the library's 
collection of Clinton manuscripts; most of them being of an earlier 
date than any we formerly possessed. Our previous earliest date 
was the year 1768. Rev. Dr. Maunsel Yan Rensselaer, of Geneva, 
has given to the library about forty-five manuscripts, letters, deeds, 
etc., of dates ranging from the year 1662 to 1706. The library has 
been so fortunate as to secure a copy of the aqua-tint engraving, 
made in New York city in the year 1780, representing the pi^sage 


of Major Andre from the sloop of war Vulture towards a landing 
in Haverstraw bay on the Hudson river. The engraving was made 
from a pen-sketch m^de by Andre himself while imprisoned. The 
engraving is exceedingly rare ; it has now been hung over the frame 
which contains the papers found upon Andre when captured. The 
library has not been so fortunate as to have acquired possession of 
the Gov. Tompkins manuscripts, the purchase of which the trustees 
. unqualifiedly recommended to the Legislature. Dr. Murray, the 
secretary, appeared with me before the Hnance committee of the 
Senate, and the purchase was warmly recommended, but the com- 
mittee did not report in favor of the purchase. 

The shelving in the library for many years past has been so in- 
adequate to receive the annual additions of books that repeated ad- 
ditions of new shelving have had to be made in every available 
space. For two years })ast unsuccessful efforts have been made to 
obtain a room in the new capitol for the storage of duplicates and 
of such books as are least in demand. Within two months con- 
siderable space has been secured in the room in the new capitol 
occupied by Vice-Chancellor Clinton, in which we have piled up 
many hundreds of volumes of old files of newspapers which had 
been lying upon the floors of the two galleries. In those galleries 
we have built cases of plain unpainted boards, with shelves wide 
enough for four rows deep of books on each shelf, which we think 
will hold over nine thousand volumes, at a cost of less than two 
hundred dollars. By this device we shall be relieved of much em- 
barrassment, although we still shall need a room in the new capitol 
for the accommodation of our duplicates and our stock of books for 
exchanges, which are now chiefly in the old capitol. As the old 
capitol will be torn down before rooms are ready for the State library 
in the new capitol, it is desirable that through the trustees, tempor- 
ary accommodation should be sought for these in some room not 
otherwise appropriated. 

The book- binder who has been employed in the library for fifteen 
years past having left our employment, we are having our binding 
executed by the difterent binders of the city for the past few 
months. Sufficient time has not elapsed to show whether it costs 
the institution more to obtain the same results than it cost when we 
employed a binder; but it is plain that the convenience and saving 
of time to the librarians are considerable when a binder is employed 
in the building. 

The volume forming the first supplement subject-index to the 
contents of the books added to the General Library during the last 
ten years after having been completed, printed and bound, was 
brought into use in the library about the first of November, and 
forms a volume of over 400 pages. If the same amount of analysis 
and classification could have been applied to the contents of the library 
as it existed in 1872, the subject-index of that year instead of filling 
a vollme of 600 pages would have filled a volume of 2,000 pages. 



No 28.] 17 

The titles in this supplement, brief as they are, are more full and 
contain more information for the student than did those in the index 
of 1872. A more full account of the character of the volume and * 
of the pains taken to make it useful, will be found in the preface 
to the book. 

The trustees are aware that a large volume of three thousand 
closely printed columns has just been issued from the press with the 
title of Poolers Index to Periodical LUeraUire^ bein^ an index to 
the subjects of a literary and public character discussed in the Eng- 
lish and American literary periodicals chiefly of the last one hundred 
ye^rs down to the year 1882. This has been done with the co-opera- 
tion of the librarians of fifty libraries in this country and England, 
and they have indexed the subjects treated of in 205 different 
periodicals. It will be a gratifying fact to the trustees to learn that 
the State library in both of its departments already possesses' more 
than three-quarters of the periodicals indexed in this work, while 
those which it possesses are generally the most important ones on 
the list. In anticipation of the demand which would arise for the 
purchase of sets of these periodicals when this great work should 
appear, I have been anxious to secure speedily such as we had not 
upon our shelves ; and T have lately obtained from England and in 
this country additions of important sets of reviews and magazines 
for this portion of our library. 

Looking forward to the time which is gradually approaching when 
the library will have been deposited in its new home on the west 
side of the capitol, I have the feelinff that the library should hence- 
forward be administered on a basis oi fresh regulations, which should 
be conformed to such principles as are the result of the greatly en- 
larged experiences in connection with libraries of all classes, and 
with our State 'library in particular, during the last thirty years. 
The whole body of the new regulations to be drawn up should be 
so complete ana untrammeled that it would be necessary to disre- 
gard the State laws by which the library was regulated before its 
transfer to the care of the Regents of the University. Although 
the legislature has given the trustees the power to make all needful 
regulations for the library, yet the regulations existing previous to 
the transfer have rarely been repealed. As no regulation adopted, 
which would be inconsistent with a statute, would set it aside, and 
as there, are statutes which would conflict with such modes of using 
the library as are desirable, it would be necessary to secure the re- 
peal of ail such statutes simultaneously with the adoption of a new 
code of rules. 

One of the chief embarrassments in devising and applying regula- 
tions for the use of the State library, which has been pre-emmently a 
reference library for researches within its walls, is the desire to 
obtain books from its shelves for home use. Much which is now 
allowed and tolerated under certain forms, and which is desirable in 

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many respects, is without any specific authority under the laws or 
the regulations. 

Hoping next year to submit to the trustees the^lan of a new set 
of rules, 1 desire previously to put upon paper some thoughts for 
their consideration of a new departure witn respect to the State 
library, and without their opinion on my proposal previously ex- 
pl*essedj it would be impossible for me to draft a consistent body of 
rules. I would suggest that a certain sum of money be expended 
every year, commencing with five hundred dollars for the first year, 
to be used for the purchase of books for a circulating library for the 
use of all the officers of the government at the capitol with their 
families. During four months of the year there are three hundred 
clerks in the service of the State at the capitol, and more than half 
of that number continue in Albany during the, whole year. These 
clerks also many of them have their families with them. If these 
persons have privileges in using the library extended to them, it 
will be to them a boon of great utility, and be welcomed by them 
as a great resource for their leisure hours. The value of the library 
in the estimation of the community would be greatly enhanced. 

If a certain portion of the library were made thus easily accessible 
for general circulation with members of the Legislature, State offi- 
cers and clerks, it seems to me that the remainder of the library 
might more properly be treated as specifically a library of books of 
reference which were never to be taken out of the library without 
special precautionary rules. It would no longer be necessary to 
have the provision giving the Legislature, the courts and the trustees 
a poorly defined right to draw books from the library, which really 
excepts from that privilege more than two-thirds of the works in 
the library. Then all concerned could freely draw books from the 
circulating portion of the library, while some of the books in the 
specific reference portion might be drawn for use in the capitol, or 
on the deposit of twice the money value or other similar provisions. 
I could enlarge much upon this new proposed scheme, but am satis- 
fied to leave it at this point for the consideration of the trustees 
without further remark. 

KespectfuUy submitted, 



To the Regents of the University of the State of New York : 

The law department of the library has been increased during the 
year 1882 by the addition of 953 volumes. The additions nave 
been principally continuations of American and British reports, 
statutes, law periodicals and standard elementary works. 

The use of the books in this department of the library has been 

freater than that of any previous year. More than the usual num- 
er T)f volumes have been delivered to the judges of the Court of 
Appeals and to the various State officers, for temporary use in the 
discharge of their respective official duties. 

The assistant in the Law Library has prepared a general index to 
the collection of 786 volumes of cases and points in causes heard in 
the Court of Appeals of this State from 1847 to 1882. This collec- 
tion is in daily use, and with the aid of the index the papers in any 
cause may be readily found. 

The preparation of the subject-index catalogue authorized by 
chapter 306 of the Laws of 1881, has so far progressed that it will 
be ready for the printer in the course of the summer of the present 
year, and will embrace all the treatises, reports and periodicals con- 
tained in the law department at the close of the year 1882. 

Respectfully submitted, 


Lihra/rian of the La/w lAJbra/ry. 
State Library, Albany, Jwa. 6, 1882. 







From Foreign Countries. 


Imperial and Royal Geological Institute^ Vienna. 

Kaiserlich K. Geologische Reichsanstalt. Verhandliingen, 1881, 
noB. 8-18 ; 1882, nos. 1-7. 8"^. 

Ftihrer zu den excursionen der 1877. 12°. 

Catalog der 1873. 8°. 


Royal Academy of Sciences^ al Munich, 

K. Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschafken. Abhandl. d. philos. 
CI., XVI, 1. 4^ 

d. math. CI., XIV, 1. 4°. 

d. histor. CI., XVI, 1. 4°. 

'. Sitzungsb. philos. CI., 1880, '6 ; 1881, 1-6. 8"^. 
math. CI., 1881, 2-4; 1882, 1.. 8°. 

Meteorologische Beob., 1881. 8°. 

Royal Library ait Mwrdch, 

OataloguB codicum manascriptoram Bibliotheca Regise Monacensis. 
Tomi rV, pars 4. S*'. 

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Oovemmient of Comada. 

Oanada supreme court reports. Vol, 5. Ottawa, 1882. 8°. 
Upper Canada queen's bench reports. Vol. 46. Toronto, 1882. 8**. 
Grant's chancery reports. Vol. 28. Toronto, 1882. 8°. 
Journals of the house of commons and senate of Canada, 1882. 2 

V. 8°. 
Sessional papers of Canada, 1882. 10 v. 8°. 
Census of Oanada, 1880-1. Vol. 1. 8°. 
Hurlbert on protection and free trade, 1882. 8°. 
' Dominion annual register for 1880-81. 8°. 
Debates of the senate of Canada, 1882. 8°. 
Canadian parliamentary companion and register, 1881. 8°. 
Report of progress of the geological survey of Canada, 1879-80. 8°. 

Qeological Swrvey. 
Eeport of progress 1879-80. 8°. 

Litera/ry cmd Historical Society of Qv^bec. 
Transactions of 1881-82. 8°. 

Manitoba Historical and Scientific Society, Winnipeg, 
Publications of Nos. 1, 2. 8°. 

Meteorological Office, Toronto. 
Annual Report 1880. 8''. 

Natwral History Society of Montreal. 
The Canadian Naturalist. Vol. 10, nos. 2-6. 8°. 

JProvvnce of Onta/rio. 

Journals of the legis. assembly of Ontario, 1882. 8°. 
Sessional papers of Ontario, 1882. 7 v. 8°. 

Patent Office, 
Canadian patpnt oflSice record. Vol. 10, nos. 1-11. roy. 8°. 

Province of Qicebec. 
Statutes of Quebec, 1882. 8''. 

Assembly and council journals of Quebec, 1882. 2 v. 8°. 
Sessional papers of Quebec, 1882. 8°. 

University Laval, Qtiebec. 
Annuaire de . . . . 1880-1, 1881-2, 1882-3. 8°. 


Hoyal Societ/y of Northern Ardiquaries, Copenhagen, 

Aarboger for Nord Oldk. og Historic, 1878, '79, '80, '81. 4 v. 8°. 
Memoires de la Soci6te, 1880, 1881. 2 v. 8''. 


. La ViUe de Verviers, 
Expos6 de la situation de la Ville de Verviers, 1880, 1881. 8°. 


No. 28.] 23 

Soci^ti cP JEmvlation cP Abbeville. 
Bulletin dee proces-verbaux, 1877-80. 8*^. 


Naturforschende Oesellschaft in Emden, 
Jahresbericht der 1880-81. 8°. 


Cobden Ohibj London. 

England under free trade ; by G. W. Medley. 12°. 
The A B C of free trade ; by E. N. Buxton. 12°. 
Pleas for protection examined ; by A. Mongredien. 12°. 
The financial reform almanac for 1882. 8°. 

Geological Society of London. 
Journal of. . . . Vol. 38, nos. 1-3. 8°. 

Glasgow College Library. 
The Glasgow university calendar for 1882-83. 8°. 

Hertfordshire Natv/ral History Society. 
Transactions of Vol. 1, parts 5-9. 8°. 

Manchester Public Free Library. 

Catalogue oi. ... 1879. Vol. 2, parts 1, 2 ; index of subjects. 3 v. 

Annual report 1881-82. 8°. 

Meteorological Office. 

Report.... for 1880-1. 8°. 
Observations at stations of 2d order, 1879. 8°. 
Official, No. 43. Cape charts, 2 v. 8° and f°. 
Quarterly weather reports; 1876, part 1. 4°. 

Patent Offi^ce. 

Specifications of patents granted, 1881-82. roy. 8°. 
Abridgments of specifications of patents. 6 v. 12°. 
Commissioners of patents' journal ; 1880, part 2 ; 1881, parts 1, 2. 
3 V. 8°. 

Royal Dvhlvn Society. 

Proceedings of. . . . Vol. 2, no. 7 ; vol. 3, nos. 1-4. 8°. 
Transactions of Vol. 1 (series 2), nos. 13, 14 ; vol. 2, no. 1. 4°. 

Royal Geographical Sodei/y of London. 
Proceedings of Vol. 4, nos. 2-9. 8°. 

Royal Geological Society of Irdamd. 
Journal of Vol. 6, no. 1. 8°. 

Royal Irish Academy^ Dvhlin. 

Proceedings of (science), vol. 3, nos. 7, 8 ; (polite lit.), v. 2, no. 

3. 8°. 
Transactions of. . . .(science), v. 38, nos. 6-10. 4°. 



M [Assembly 


Hoyal Society of Edimhv/rgK, 

Proceedings of 1880-81. 8°. 

Transactions of Vol. 30, part 1. 4°, 

Royal Sodety of London. 

Proceedings of Nos. 214-220. .8°. 

Transactions of. . . • Vol. 172, parts 2, 3 ; vol. 173, part 1. 4°. 
Report of the Kew committee, 1881. 8°. 
List of Fellows of the Society, 1881. 4*^. 

Society of Antiquaries of London. 

Proceedings of Vol. 8, no. 5. 8°. 

Archseologia .... Vol. 47, part 1. 4°. 

Society of Arts, London. 
•Journal of Vol. 29. 8**. 

Statistic^ Society, London. 
Journal of . . . . Vol. 44, part 4 ; vol. 45, parts 1, 2. 8®. 

Swamsea Public Library. 

Annual report 1881-2. 8**. 

Zoological Society of London. 

Transactions of. . . . Vol. 11, part 6. 4°. 

Proceedings of 1881, part 4 ; 1882, parts 1, 2. 8**. 

General index to the transactions, 1835-79. 4**. 

Index to the proceedings, 1871-80. 8°. 

List of Fellows of the Society, to June, 1882. 8**. 


Oov&mment of Hesse Da/rmstadt. 

Gewerbeblatt fiir das Grossherzogthum Hessen, 1881. Darmstadt, 

1882. 8°. 
Zeitschrif t fiir die Landwirthschaftlichen Vereine des Grossherzog- 
• thums Hessen, 1881. ' Darmstadt, 1882. 4"*. 


Bv/rea/u Central de Statistique. 

Statistica del Regno d'ltalia. Annali di statistica, 1882, v. 1. 8®. 

. Popolazione. Movimento dello stato civile, 1880. 8.® 

. Bilanci Comunali, 1880-81. 8.° 

. Atlante statistico, 1882. f®. 

H. Bihlioteca Nazionaie, Firenze. 

Publicazioni de R. Istituto di Studi Superiori. (12.) 


University of Tokio. 

Memoirs of the science dep't of the University of Tokio, Vol. 1, 
nos. 1, 4-8. 4"*. 

Ho. 28.1 id 


Government of Netherlcmda. 

Bdrd-Boudour dans Pile de Java, par on sons la direction de F. 0. 
Wilsen. Leide, 1873-74. ^ Texte, 2 v. 8^ ; planches, 8 livr. T. 

Konmhlyke BibliotheelCj ^sGravenhage. 

Verslag van de aanwinsteu der . . . . 1880* 8^ 

Royal Academy qf Sciences at Amsterdam, 

K. Akad. van Wetenschappen te Amsterdam. Jaarboek voor 1880. 

Amsterdam, 1881. 8°. 
. Verslagen ©n Mededeelingeo. . . • Afd. Natuurkunde. 

Tweede Reeks, XVI deel Amsterdam, 1881, 8"*. 

. Afd. Letterkunde. Tweede Reeks, Z deel. Am- 

sterdam, 1881. 8°. 

•. Verhandelingen, Afd. Natuurkunde. XXI deel Am- 

sterdam, 1881. 4°. 

Processen Verbaal van de Gewone Veigaderiugen, 1880-81. 


Cataloffus van de Boekerij, III deel, st. 2. 8*^. 
Tria Cmrmina Latina. 8^ 


Department qf Mines. 

Annual report. , . .for 1881. 8*^. 

Pnblications of. Wood, Wilkinson, Liversidge and others, 
1881-82. In 1 V. 4^ 


UniversiM Roy die de Norvige d GhrisUamia. 

Statistik over Norges Fabrikanlseg, Nov. 1, 1879. 8®. 
Kong Christern den f orstes Norske historic, af L. Daae. 8**. 
Grundtrsekkene i den aeldste Norske proces, af E. Hertzberg. 8**, 
Navigation maritime. 4^. 
Four pamphlets. 4®. 


Ja/rdin Impirial de Botaniqtte de St. Petersburg. 
Acta Horti Petropolitani. Tomus VII, fasc. 2. 8°, 


Natv/rforsch&nde GeseUschaft in Bern. 
Mittheilungen der 1881. S"". 

SociitS Helvetique des Sciences NatureUes^ Bern. 

Actes de la reunie a Aarau, 64® session, 1881. 8°. 

Memoires de la . . . .Vol. 28, V et 2* livr. 4**. 

Instil/ut National GenevoiSy Geneve. 
Bulletin de . . . . Tome 24. 8°. 

[Assem. Doc. No. 28.] 4 

26 [AsSBBfBLT 


Government of Venemida. 

Documentos para la historia de la vida publica del Libertator de 
Colombia, Peru y Bolivia. 14 v. 4**. 


PvbUq lAhra/ry^y Mvseuma cmd Natural Gallery. 

Oataloffue of the public library of Victoria, 1880. 2 v. 8®. 
Annual report . . . 1881. f °. 

From the Federal^ State^ and Municipal Goyernments. 


Depa/rtment of the Interior. 

House and senate journals ; 3d session of 46th congress. 2 v. 8^. 
House executive documents ; 2d session of 46th congress, v. 1, 3-8, 

11, 12, 15, 21, 22, 24 ; 3d session of 46th congress, v. 8, 13, 20- 

27. 23 V. 8° and 4^ 
House miscellaneous documents ; 2d session of 46th congress, v. 4. 

Beports of house committees ; 1st and 2d sessions of 46th congress, 

V. 1-5 ; 3d session of 46th congress, v. 1, 2. 7 v. 8°. 
Senate executive documents ; 2d session of 45th congress, v. 4 ; 2d 

session of 46th congress, v. 1, 5 ; 3d session of 46th congress, v. 

1, 3. 5 V. 8° and 4°. 

Senate miscellaneous documents ; 2d session of 46th congress, y. 1, 

2. 2 V. 8^ 

Beports of senate committees ; 3d session of 46th congress, v. 1, 2. 
2 v. 8^. 


U. S. oflBcial register, 1881. 2 v. roy. 8®. 
Bulletin of the U, S. entomological commission, no. 7. 8**. 
Bulletin of the U. S. geol. and geogr. survey, vol. 6, no. 3. 8®. 
Begisters of the dep't of the interior, 1877, '79, '81. 8*'. 
Six odd volumes of congressional documents. 8^. 

• DepaHment of Agricultv/re. 

Annual reports .... 1880, 1881. 2 y. 8*'. 
General index to reports, 1837-1876. 8°. 

Chief of Engi/neers. 

Beport of the chief of engineers, 1881. 3 v. 8*^. 

Beport upon U. S. geogr. surveys west of 100th meridian. Vol. 

3— supp. — ^geology. 4*^. 
Index to reports of chief of engineers, 1866-79. 8®. 
Wex's first treatise on the decrease of water in rivers, etc., 1881. 8°. 
Beport upon submarine mines, by Col. H. L. Abbot. 4°. 
Beport on the upper Columbia river, by Lt. T. W. Symons, 1881. 


No. 88.] 27 

Chief of Or&rumce, 
Report of the chief of ordnance, for 1881. 8*^. 

Chief Signal Officer. 
Annual report of the chief signal oflBicer for 18Y9. 8*^. 

Coast Sv/rvey Offi/se. 
Eeport of the U. S. coast survey for 1878, 1879. 2 v. 4^. 

Bureau of Education. 
Circulars of information, 1881~82, 8*^. 

Naval Olseroatory. 

Astronomical and meteorological observations made during the year 

1877. 4°. 

Instructions for observing the transit of Venus, Dec. 6, 1882. 4*^. 

Patent Offi/ie. 

Annual report of the com'r of patents for 1881. 8*^. 
O^cial Gazette for 1882. 2 v. 8°. 

Specifications and drawings of patents issued from the U. S. patent 
oflSce, from Jan., 1881, to March, 1882, inclusive. 15 v. roy. 8°. 

Post-Offixie Pepa/rtment. 

Post route maps of Maine, — New England states (except Me\ — 
New York, — Pennsylvania, — New Jersey, Ohio and Indiana, 
— Michigan and Wisconsin, — Illinois, Iowa and Missouri, — 
Minnesota, Virginia and West Virginia. 

Report of the topographer of the post-office dep't, 1882. 8*^. 

Office of the Public PHnter. 
The Congressional Record for the 1st session of 47th congress. 8 
V. 4°. 

Smitheonia/n Institution. 

Annual report .... 1880. 8**. 

First annual report of bureau of ethnology, 1879-80. 8®. 
Report of the U. S. fish commission. Vol. 7. 8*^. 
Report of the bureau of ethnology, 1879-80. f **. 

DepaHment of State. 

Reports of the U. S. com'rs on the Paris universal exposition of 

1878. 6v. 8^ 

Foreign relations of the U. S., 1881. 8°. 

Surgeon- Oeneral? 8 Offi/ie. 

Index-catalogue of the library of the surgeon-general's office. Vol. 
3. roy. 8°. 

TfeojBfwry Department. 

The national loans of the U. S., 1776-1880. ,4''. 
Report of the U. S. life-saving serv^ice, 1881. 8°. 

Wa/r Depa/rimn^nt. 

Catalogue of the war department library, 1882. roy. 8®. 

38 [AssBKBLr 


Alabama reports. Vols. 65, 6^, Montgomery, 1881-83. 3 v. 8**» 
Acts of Alabama, 1876-6. 8°. 

Ciiy of Albany. 

Proceedings ^f the common council of the city of Albany, for 
1881. 8^ 


Arkansas reports. Vol. 36. Little Rock, 1881* 8''. 
House and senate journals of Ark., 1881. 2 v. 8°. 

Cit^ of Boston. 

Documents of the city of Boston for 1881. 3 v. 8*^. 

Memorial of James A. Garfield from the city of Boston, 1881. 8^. 

Statistics of Boston, 1882. 8°. 


California reports. Vols. 56-58. San Francisco, 1882. 3 v. 8**. 
Debates and proceedings of the const, convention of Oal., 1878-Y9. 
3v. 4°. 

Colorado reports. Vol. 5. Chicago, 1882 (2 copies). 3 v» 8^. 


Connecticut reports. Vol. 48. Hartford, 1882. 8*. 

Public and special acts of Conn., 1883. (3 copies.) 6 v. 8**. 

House and senate journals of Conn., 1883. 3 v. 8^. 

Legislative documents of Conn., 1882. 2 v. 8°. 

Report of Conn, board of agriculture, 1881-2. 8°. 

Conn, state register and manual, 1882. 18^. 

Colonial records of Conn. Vol. 12. 8®. 


Georgia reports. Vol. 65. Atlanta, 1882. S*". ' 

Acts of Ga., 1880-81. 8^ 

House and senate journals of Ga., 1880, 1881, 4 v, 8®. 

Idaho reports. Vol. 1, new series. San Francisco, 1882. 8^. 


Illinois reports. Vols. 98-102. Springfield, 1881-82. 5 v. 8^. 
Laws, house and senate journals of 111. for special session of 1882. 

In 1 V. 8°. ' 

House and senate journals of 111., 1881. 3 v. 8^ 
Eeports to the gen. assembly of 111., 1881. 4 v. 8®. 
111. railroad report, 1881. 8°. 
Labor statistics of 111., 1881. 8®. 
111. school report, 1879-80. 8^. 

No. as.] 89 

Indiana reports/ Vols, 74-79. Indianapolis, 1881-82. (2 copies.) 

12 1. 8^ 
Kevised Statutes of Ind., 1881, (2 copies.) 2 v. 8°. 
Report of the state geologist of Ind., 1881. 8®. 

Iowa reports. Vols. 56-56. New York, 1882. 2 r. 8°. 
Acts of Iowa, 1882. S"". 

House and senate journals of Iowa, 18S2. 2 v. 8**. 
Legislative documents of Iowa, 1882. 5 v. 8®. 
Iowa legis. manual, 1882. 16°. 

Kansas reports. Vols. 26, 27. Topeka, 1882. 2 v. S"". 
House and senate journals of Kansas, 1881. 2 v. 8. 
Public documents of Kansas for 1879-80. 8*^. 
Report of the state librarian of Kansas, 1881-82. 8**. 


Maine reports. Vols. 72, 73. Portland and Augusta, 1881-82- 2 
V. 8^ 


Maryland reports. Vols. 56, 57. 2 v. 8**. 
Laws of Md., 1882. 8°. 

House and senate journals of Md., 1882. 2 v. 8**. 
House and senate documents of Md., 1882. 8°. 


Massachusetts reports. Vols. 130, 131. Boston, 1882, 2 v, . 8*. 

Acts and resolves of Mass., 1882. 8°. 

Public statutes of Mass., 1882. Boston, 1882. %"". 

Public documents of Mass., for 1880. - 4 v. 8*^. 


Michigan reports. Vols. 45-47. Chicago, 1882. 3 v. 8°. 

Public and local acts of Mich., 1882. 2 v. 8°. 

Local acts of Mich., 1881. 8°. 

House and senate journals of Mich., 1881. 4 v. 8^. 

Joint documents of Mich., for 1880. 3 v. 8^ 

Mich, agricultural report, 1880. 8'. 

Mich, horticultural report, 1881. 8**. 

Mich, school laws, 1881. 8 . 

Report of sup't of public instruction of Mich., 1880, 1881. 2 v. 8*^. 

Mich, railroad report, 1880. 8°. 

Report of the auditor-general of Mich., 1881. 8°. 

Mich, registration reports, 1875, 1876. 2 v. 8®. 

Mich, insurance report, 1881. 8^ 

Mineral statistics of Mich., 1880. 8^ 

Mioh. health report, 1880. 8"*. 


80 [AsssicdLT 

Geological survey of Mich. Vol. 4. 8°. 
Mich, and its resources ; Ist and 2d ed. 8^. 
Mich, pioneer collections. Vol. 3. 8°. 
A collection of nine official reports of Mich. 8°. 


Minnesota reports. Vols. 26-28. St. Paul, 1881-82. v 3 v. 8°. 
General and special laws of Minn., 1881. 2 v. 8°. 
House and senate journals of Minn., 1881. 2 v. 8°. 
Executive documents of Minn., for 1879. 8®. 


Mississippi reports. Vol. 59. Boston, 1882. 8^. 

Laws of Miss., 1882. 8"*. 

House and senate journals of Miss., 1882. 2 v. 8°. 

Department reports of Miss., 1882. 8**. 

Andrews' digest of Miss, reports. Madison, 1881. 8®. 


Missouri reports. Vols. 73, 74. Kansas City, 1882. 2 v. 8^. 
Laws, house and senate journals of Mo., extra session of 1882. In 
Iv. 8°. 


Nebraska reports. Vols. 11, 12. Lincoln, 1881-82. 2 v. 8°. 

Compiled Statutes of Neb., 1881. 8°. 

Laws of Neb., 1881 ; ex. session of 1882. 2 v. 8*". 

House and senate journals of Neb., 1881. 2 v. 8°. 


Nevada reports. Vol. 16. 8®. 

New Hampshire. 

Laws of N. H., 1881. 8°. 

House and senate journals of N. H., 1881. In 1 v. 8°. 

N. H. annual reports (documents), 1880, 1881. 2 v. 8°. 

New Jersey. 

New Jersey equity reports. Vol. 34. Trenton, 1882. 8®. 

New Jersey law reports. Vol. 43. Trenton, 1882. 8*^. ^ 

Laws of N. J., 1882. 8°. 

Senate and assembly journals of N. J., 1881. 2 v. 8°. 

Legislative documents of N. J., 1881. 2 v. 8°. 

N. J. archives. Vols. 2, 3, 4. 3 v. 8''. 

New Mexico. 

New Mexico reports. Vol. 1. San Francisco, 1881. 8°. 

Laws of New Mexico, 1882. 8*". 

House and council journals of N. M., 1882. In 1 v. 8°. 

City of New York. 

The City Record, from Oct. 1, 1881, to Sept. 30, 1882. 4 v. f^ 

No, 28.] 81 

North Ca/rolma, 

• North Carolina reports. Vols. 86, 86. Raleigh, 1882* 2 v. S*'. 


Ohio state reports. Vol. 37. 8°. 

Laws of Ohio, 1881, 1882. (2 copies of 1882.) 3 v. 8°. 

House and senate journals of Ohio, 1881, 1882. (2 copies.) 8 v. 

Executive documents of Ohio, for 1880, 1881. (2 copies of 1881.) 
• 6v. 8°. 

Ohio statistics, for 1880, 1881. (2 copies of 1881.) 3 v. 8**. 
Ohio agricultural report, for 1880, 1881. (2 copies of 1881.) 3 v. 

Ohio railroad report for 1880. 8'*. 
Ohio school report for. 1881. (2 copies.) 2 v, 8°. 
Report of the auditor of Ohio, 1881. (2 copies.) 2 v. .8°. 
8t. Clair papers. (2 copies.) 4 v. 8°. 


Pennsylvania state reports. Vols. 93-94, 97. Phila., 1882. 3 v. 

Executive documents of Pa., 1881-82. 2 v. 8°. 
Legislative documents of Pa. , 1881-82. 4 v. 8*^. 

City of Providence. 

Documents of the city of Providence, for 1881. 8*^. 

Rhode Island. 

Public statistics of R. L, 1882. 8^. 

Acts, resolves and reports of R. I., 1881-82. In 1 v. 8®. 

R. I. manual, 1881-82. 8°. 

South Ca/roli/na. 

South Carolina reports. Vol. 15. Jersey City, 1882. 8®. 
Acts of South Carolina, 1881-82. 8''. 
House and senate journals of S. C, 1881-82. 2 v. 8®. 
Reports and resolutions of S. C, 1881-82. 8"^. 


Lea's reports. Vols. 4-8. Nashville, 1881-82. 5 v. 8^ 

Baxter's reports. Vol. 9. Nashville, 1881. 8**. 

Acts of Tenn., reg. and ex. sessions of 1881, and ex. session of 1882. 
3v. 8^ 

House and senate journals and appendix of Tenn., reg. and ex. ses- 
sions of 1881, and ex. session of 1882. 7 v. 8^. 


Texas reports. Vol. 55. St. Louis, 1882. 8^. 

Texas court of appeals reports. Vols. 10-12. St. Louis, 1881-82. 

3 V. 8°. 
General laws of Texas, ex. sess. of 1882. 8°. 



Vermont reports. Vol. 53. Montpelier, 1881. 8*^. 
House and senate journals of Vt., 1880. 8. 
Revised laws of Vt. relating to taxation, etc. 8°. 

Statutes of Washington territory, 1881. 8^. 

West Virginia. 
West Virginia reports. Vols. 17, 18. Wheeling, 1881-82. 2 v.- 



Wisconsin reports. Vols. 52-54. Chicago, 1881-82. 3 v. 8"". 

Laws of Wis., 1882. ^ 8°. 

Senate and assembly journals, 1882. 2 v. 8^. 

Governor^fi message and accom. documents of Wis., 1882. 2 v. 8^ 

Oity of Worcester y Mass. 

James A. Garfield : memorial observances in the city of Worcester, , 
■ 1881. 8^ 

From Corporations and Institntions, Literary^ Scientific^ Be- 

ncYolent^ etc. 

Academy of Nature^ Sciences of PTiila.^ Pa. 
Proceedings of 1881, no. 3 ; 1882, nos. 1, 2. 8^ 

Academ/y of Science of St. Louisy Mo. 
Transactions of . . .» . Vol. 4, no. 2. 8**, 

American Academy of Arts and Sciences. 
Proceedings of Vol. 9, new series. 8**. 

Am,eriean Antiquarian Society. 
Proceedings of . . . .Vol, 1, no. 3 ; vol. 2, no. 1, 

Amerioa/n Bamk Note Compcmy. 

One engraving, viz. : Memorial vignette of the centennial exhibi- 
tion of 1876. 

Nine specimens of engraved designs of the Arms of New York, 
down to 1875. 

American Bar Association. 

Report of the fourth annual meeting. : . .1881* 8°. 

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 

The Missionary Herald for 1882. 8°. 
Annual report .... 1882. 8°. 

American Colonization Society. 

Five pamphlets relating to the society, 1881-82. 8*^. 

American Geographical Society. 

Journal of . . . . Vols. 11, 12, 13. 3 v. 8°. 
Bulletin of 1881, nos. 2-6 ; 1882, no. 1. 8**. 

No. 28.] 83 

Americmv Home Missiona/ry Society. 

The Home Missionary. Vol. 54, nos. 8-12 ; vol. 55, nos. 1-8. 8°. 

American Museum of NaVwral History, 

Annual report 1882. 8°. 

Bulletin of. . . .Vol. 1, nos. 1-2. 8°. 

America/a Philological Association. 
Proceedings of 1882. 8*". 

ATnerican Philosophicai^^ Society. 
Proceedings of. .^ . .Nos. 109, 110, 111. 8"*. 

Andover Theological Semma/ry. 
Catalogue of.... 1881-82. 8^ 

Apprenticed Libran^^ New York city. 
Supp't to catalogue of 1874 ; additions, 1874-81. 8**. 

Avhwm Theological Serm/na/ry. 
Catalogues of. . . .for various years, 1856-1880. (1^.) 

Boa/rd of Comrniissio^iers of the Oeologioal Survey of Perm- 


Reports of the second geological survey of Pennsylvania, viz. : C 6, 
M 3. 2 V. 8^ 

Boa/rd of Education of city of New York. 

Journal of for 1881. 8°. 

Annual report. . . .for 1881. 8°. 
Manual of .... for 1882. 16"*. 
Directory of.... for 1882. 16^ 

Boa/rd of Public Instruction of ATJbamy^ N. T. 
Proceedings of ... . Vol. 7, 1879-81. 8^. 

Boan'd of Public Instruction of Brooldyn, N Y. 
Annual report .... 1881. 8®. 

Boston Ath^nomm. 
Catalogue of the library of . . . . Vol. 5. 8°. 

Boston CUty Hospital. 

MedicaLand surgical reports of. 3d series. 8°. 

Annual report 1881-82. 8°. ' 

Boston P^'iUc Libra/ry. 

Annual report 1882. 8**. 

Bulletins of.... 1881-3. 8° 

Boston Society of Natwral History. 

Proceedings of Vol. 20, part 4 ; vol. 21, parts 1-3. 8**. 

Memoirs of ... . Vol. 3, nos. 4, 5. 4^. 

Bowdovn OoUegej Brunswick^ Me. 

Catalogus coUegii Bowdoinensis, 1881. 8®. 

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Catalogue of 1881-82. 8\ 

Longfellow memorial address, by Rev. D. R. Goodwin, D.D., July 
12, 1882. 8°. 

Brookline Public Libra/ryj Mass, 

Annual report 1882. 8®. 

Catalogue of supp't, 1873-81. 8°. 

Buffalo Society of Na;tural Sciences. 
Bulletin of Vol. 4, nos. 2, 3. 8^. 

Cayuga County Historical Society ^ If. Y. 
Collections of . . . . No. 2. 8®. 

Chamber of Corrvmerce of N. Y. 
Annual report for 1881-82. 8''. 

GhaHtahle Irish Society of Boston^ Mass. 
Constitution and by-laws, 1876. * 12°. 

Chicago Historical Society. 
Collections of ... • Vol. 1. 8®. 

Chicago La/vo Institute. 
Catalogue of library of. . . .1881. 8®. 

Christian IntelMgencer Association. 
The Christian Intelligencer for 1882. f °. 

Cincinnati Public Zdbrary. 
Bulletin of books added .... during 1881. sm. f °. 

Connecticut Academy of Arts amd Sciences. 
Transactions of. . . . Vol. 4, no. 2; vol. 5, nos. 1, 2. 8°. 

Da/oervport Academy of Na;tu/ral Sciences. 
Proceedings of. . . . Vol. 3, nos. 1, 2. 8°. 

Dayton Public Library y Ohio. 
Report of board of education of Dayton, 1880-1. 8*^. 

Drury College^ Springfieldy Mo. I 

Catalogues of . . . , 1876-6, 1881-2. 8°. 

Edison Electric Light Go.y New Yo7*h city^ 

Bulletins of the Edison Electric Light Co., nos. 1-12. 12 pamph. 
^ 8°. 

Essex Institute^ Salem^ Mass. 

Bulletin of . . . Vol. 13, nos. 10-12 ; vol. 14, nos. 1-6. 8^ 
Historical collections .... Vol. 18, nos, 10-12 ; vol. 19, nos. 1-6. 8®. 

Fire Depa/rtment of City of New York. 

Annual report .... 1881. 8®. 

Fletcher Free Libra/ryy Burlington^ Vt. 

Annual report. . . . 1882. 8°. 

Life in camp, by J. C. Williams. 12° . 




No. 28.] 


In memoriara : Dr. S. W. Thayer. 8*^. 

FrcmkUn iThsUtute^ PhUaddphia^ Pa. 
Journal of Vols.^ 83, 84. 2 -v. 8°. 

Friends Free Uhra/ry^ Oermcmtownj Pa. 
Annual report .... 1882. 8^ 

General Synod of the Reformed Church im, America. 
Acts and proceedings. .. .1882. 8®. • 

Har'oa/rd Unwerdin/\f Cambridge^ Mass. 

Annual reports .... 1880-81. 8®. 
Bulletin oi Vol. 2, no. 8, 8''. 

Ha/verhHZ PuhUo IMra/ry^ Mass. 

Annual report .... 1881. 8*. ; 

IndianajpoUs Pvblio lAhra/ry. 

Report .... for 1880-81. 8*=* 

Manual of Indianapolis public schools, 1881-2. 12®. 

Lihra/ry Company of Philadelphia^ Pa. 
Bulletin of Nos! 8, 9, 10. 8®. 

Litchfield Oiservatory^ CUnto7iy N. 7.. 
Celestial charts. Nos. 1-20. 

Long Islcmd Historical Society. 

Proceedings of 1882. 8®. 

Recent additions to library of . . . . 1881. 8®. 

Massachibsetts Historical Society. 

Collections of Vols. 7, 8. 2 v. 8®. 

- Massachusetts State Boa/rd of Health. 
Annual report .... 1882. 8®. 

Massachusetts State lAhra/ry. 
Report of the librarian, 1881. 8"*. 

Medical Society of Covmly of Albany^ N. Y. 
The Medical Annals. Vol. 2, nos. 10-12 ; vol. 3, nos. 1-11. 8°. 

Mercamiile IMra/ry of New Fork city. 
Annual report 1882. 8°. 

Mercantile Libra/ry of Philadelphia^ Pa. 
Annual report 1882. 8°. 

Mercantile lAhra/ry of St. Louis^ Mo. 
Annual report. . . . 1882. 8**. 

Mvnnesota Academy of Nalural Sciences. 
Bulletin of ... . Vol. 2, nos. 2, 3. 8''. 

Missionary Society of the Protestant ^Episcopal Church. 
Reports of committees, etc .... 1881-82. 8°. 

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Missouri HistoHodl Society of St. Louis. 
Publications of Nos. 5, 6. 8°. 

Missowri State I/ibra/ry. 
Catalogue of 1881. S"". 

Missouri State University. 
Eeport and catalogue of 1881-82. 8°. * 

Museum of Gom/paratime Zoology^ Cambridge^ Mas^. 

Bulletin of Vol. VI., nos. 8-11; vol. TX., nos. 1-8; vol. X., 

no. 1. 8^ 
Memoirs of Vol. VII., no. 2 (pt. 2), 3 ; vol. IX., no. 1. 4°. 

National Association of Wool Mam^ufad/arers. 
Bulletin of .... Vol. 11. 8^ 

New Engla/nd Ma/nuf. and Mechanics^ Instil/u/te. 
Catalogaesof annual fairs 1881, 1882. 8®. 

New Jersey Historical Society. 
New Jersey archives. Vols. 4, 5. 2 v. 8®. 

New York Acad&iny of Sciences. 

Annals of Vol. 2, nos. 7, 8. 8*. 

Transactions of Vol. 1, nos. 2-4, 6-8. 8®. 

• New York Bible Society. 

, Annual report 1882. 8*. 

New York City Mission and Tract Society. 
Annual report 1881. 8®. 

New York Historical Society. 
Collections of for 1878. 8"*. 

New York State Agricultural Society. 
Annual report 1882. 8®. 

New York State Bar Association. 
Reports of Vol. 5, 1881. 8 '^. 

New York State Dairymen^s Association. 
Annual report 1881. 8®. 

New York Society for Preventio7i of Cruelty to Children. 
Annual report. . . .1881. 8°. 

Nv/mismatic a/nd Antiqybo/ria/a Society of Philadelphia^ Pa. 

Proceedings of for 1881. 8*^. 

The books of Chilan Balam ; by D. G. Brinton, M. D. 8^. 

Oregon Stale Medical Society. 
Proceedings of 1882. %"". 

Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. 
Annual report.... 1881-82. 8^ 



No. 28.] 37 "^ 

Promdertoe PvblAo IMra/ry^ R. L 
Annual report 1881. 8*^. 

Retreat for the Inacme. Hartford^ Comi. 
Annual report 1882. 8®. 

^St. Loms Pti^Uo School Zibrary. ' • 

Bulletin of ... . Nos. 19-21. 8"*. 

Sa^ Frcmcisco Free Public Ubra/ry. 
Catalogue of 1882. 8°. 

Taunton Public Libra/n/j Mass. 
Annual report 1881. 8°. 

Trustees of the Peahody EdMcation Fund. 
Proceedings of Vol. 2. 8°. 

Tufts College^ Boston^ Mass. 

Catalogue of 1881-82. 8^ 

Annual report 1^80-81. 8"*. 

Unwersit/y of Mmnesota. 

Ninth and tenth annual reports of the geological and natural history 
survey of Minn., for 1880, 1881. 2 v. 8°. / 

Western Reserve amd N. Ohio Historical Society. ' 
Proceedings of 14th annual meeting. . . .1882. 8°. 

Wisconsim, Academy of Sciences^ Arts and Letters. 
Transactions of . . . . Vol. 5. 8°. 

Wisconsim, State Boa/rd of GhariMes amd Reform. 
Annual report 1881. 8°. 

Wisconsin State Historical Society. 

Wis. blue book for 1882. 8°. 

Report of the Wis. state board of supervision, 1881. 8*^. 

Report of Wis. state librarian, 1881. 8°. 

Wis. agricultural report, 1880-81. 8°. 

Report of Wis. dairymen's association, 1881. 8°. 

Wis. railroad report, 1881. 8°. 

Worcester Free Pvhlic Lihra/ry^ Mass. 
Annual report .... 1881. 8°. 

Worcester Society of Antiquity. 
Proceedings of Nos. 16-17. 8°. 

Yale College^ New Haven^ Conn. 

Catalogue of ... . 1882-83. 8°. 

Yale college in 1882. 8°. 

Obituary record, 1882. 8°. 

Pres. Porter's discourse on Mr. J. E. Sheffield, 1882. 8''. 

Toung MerCs Association of Buffalo^ N. Y. 
Annual report • • • . 1882. 8^. 

38 [Abbbhblt 

, G.A.of the JJ. 8. and Oanada. 

of.... 1882-83. 8°. ' 


/". Acker, Albany, N. Y. 

:b of grand lodge of Knighta of Pjthiae of N. Y., 1880, 
1 paniph, 8°, 

Anderson, Ga/rmA, N. Y. 

B of tbe board of supervisors of the county of Fntnam, 
. 8°. ' 

< P. Andrews, Saratoga Sprmffs, If. Y. 
ts of John Porter, of Windsor, Conn., 1882. 8°. 
B. Anthony, Rochester, N. Y. 
woman suffrage, by Mrs. E. 0. Stanton and others. Vol. 

Isaac N. Arnold, Vhicago, lU. 

!)gden, and early days in Chicago; by Hon. Isaac N. 

Bacon, Atlanta, Oa. 
;he railroad commieeion of the state of Georgia, Oct. 15, 


Bain, Washington, D. C. 
of tbe library of the dep't of the interior. Wash., 1881. 

, Bfiker, CobleaUll, N. Y. 

js of the board of sapervisors of the eonnty of Schoharie, 

. 8°. 

8 tfe Brothers, Albany, N. Y. 

of law books, published or for sale by : New York, 1882. 

el L. M. Barlow, New York di/y. 

Columbus. New York, 1865. 8°. 

?. Beatiys, foughkeepsie, N. Y. 

r& of the board of supervisors of the county of Dutchess, 

. 8°. 

Berryma/n, Madison, Wis. 

the state librarian of Wis., 1881. 8°. 

ircuit and county courts of Wis., 1879, 8". 

'. Bourne, WiUeU, N. Y. 

^ of the board of supervisors of the county of Cortland, 

No. 28.] 


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James It. Boyntonj Alhamy^ N. Y. 
Masonic directory for Albany and Greenbush, 1882. 18°. 

Hon. J. 0. Brevoorty BrooTdA/n^ N. Y. 
W^t Indische Spieghel, door A. Inga. Amst., 1624. sm. 4®. 

Rm. WiUiam Henry Broohs^ S. T. D. Hcmover^ Mass. 
A memorial of St. Andrews Church, Scituate, Mass., 1730-1810, 8®. 

Mrs. JoJm Carter Brown^ Providence^ R. I. 

Catalogue of books relating to North and South America in the 
library of the late John Carter Brown, of Providence, E. I. Part 
II, 1600-1700. 2d ed.,.with notes by J. E. Bartlett. Provi- 
dence, 1882. 8**. 

George Bruc^s Son cfe Co.^ New York city. 

Specimens of printing types made at Bruce's N. Y. type foundry. 
New. York, 1882. 4^. 

K N. Brush, M. D., Utica, N. Y. 
Review of the trial of Ohas. J. Guiteau. 8°. 

K B. Cadley, BrooUyn, N. Y. 
Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Kings, 
for 1881.' 8°. 

P. H. Can/n, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Schenectady, 
for 1881. 8^ 

T. a GaJUcot, AWam^y, N. Y 

A collection of miscellaneous pamphlets, chiefly Albany city 
doc's. (25.) 

Thomas H. Cam,field, Burlington, Vt. 

Journal of convention of the Prot. Episcopal Church, diocese of 
Vt., 1882. 8°. 

J. A. CavanoAigh, Troy, N. Y. 
Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Bensse- 
laer, for 1881. 8*". 

l^ram^ D. OlarJc, New York city. 
Stevenson's regiment in California, 1847-8. N. Y., 1882. 8°. 

M. H. Cla/rk, Ehna, N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Erie, for 
1881. 8 . 

Maj. H. W. Clarke, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Onondaga, 
for 1881. 8°. 

Prof. George H. Cook, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Annual report of the state geologist of N. J., 1881. 8°. 

A topographical map of a part of northern New Jersey. 1882. 





1 ^^^^ 

Hon. Alomo B. Cornell^ Albany^ N. Y. 

Public papers of Gov. A. B. Cornell, 1880, 1881. In 1 v. 8°: 
New York city directory, 1881-82. 8°. 
Brooklyn city directory, 1881^82. S"". 

T. D. CornweUy Washington^ D. G. 

Memorial of Hon. E. W. Farr, 1880. 8^. 
Poore's cong. directory, December 11, 1882. 8**. 

liefo. Olwer Orcme^ Morristown^ N, J. 

Eecord of the class of 1845 of Tale college. New York, 1881. 8°. 

T. H. Cra/oen^ Albany^ N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Albany, 
for 1881. 8°. 

T. H. OroAJoford^ Portland^ Oregon. 

Annual report of public schools of city of Portland, 1882. ' 8®. 

J. B. Ouah/mcm^ TJtica^ N. Y.. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Oneida, for 
1881. 8^ 

J. G. DaUony Boston^ Mass. 

Lyra Bicyclica : forty poets on the wheel. By J. G. Dalton. 12**. 

Hon. Chanjmcey M. Depew^ New York city. 

Garfield memorial address, Sept. 26, 1881, by Hon. 0. M. Depew. 

Aliment of Hon. C. M. Depew on railroad commission bills, 

March 9, 1882. 8°. 
Addresses before the convention of the Psi Upsilon societies of the 

TJ. S., and the Columbia college law school, 1882, by HOn. 0. M. 

Depew. 2 pamph. 8**. 

George Dexter , Boston, Mass. 
Belknap's journal of a tour from Boston to Oneida, June, 1796. 8°. 

WHMam D. Dickermwny Albany , N. Y. - 

Annual report of the city registrar of Albany, 1882. 8°. 

Thomas Dickson, Soranton, Pa. 

Annual report of the Delaware & Hudson Canal Co., 1825 to 1880. 
1 vol. and 8 pamph. 8°. 

Samtisl Dv/nham, LitUe Valley, N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Cattaraugus, 
for 1881. 8^ 

B&o. WiUidmi Dura^t, Morristown, N. J. 

Two discourses on death of President Garfield, and a thanksgiving 
^ sermon, by Rev. E. A. Lawrence. 3 pamph. 8°. 

Hon. 8. B. Dutcher^i Alhamy, N. Y. 

Annual report of the superintendent of public works, for 1881. 8^. 

No. 28.] 41 ~ ' "- ; 

B. J. Egleetm^ Flaibush^ N. T. 
Kings Co. Eural and Brighton Gazette for 1882. f°. 

R&o. William £, Mgenbrodt^ D.D.y Nefw York city. 
Journal of the 98th convention of the Protestant Episcopal church 
in the diocese of N. Y., 1881. 8°. 

Alfred L, Ehjoyn^ M. i?., Philadelphia^ Pa. 
Letters by Washington and others, written to John Langdon. Phila., 

1880. 8^. 

W.^G. Eh/, EaM Worcester, N. T. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Otsego, for 

1881. 8^, 

James A. Emmerton, M. D., Salem, Mass. 

Materials toward a genealogy of the Emmerton family. By J. A. 
Emmerton, M. D., 1881. 8**. 

non. Damd Dudley Field, New York dty. 

Projet d'un code international, par David Dudlej^ Field. Traduit 

de r Anglais, par A. Rolin. Paris, 1881. 8*^. 
Outlines of an international code. 2d ed. By David Dudley Field. 

New York, 1876. 8^ 

Charles H. Fisher, M. D., Providence, R. L 

U. I. registration report, for 1880. 8®. 

Annual report of the state board of health of R. I., 1881. 8^. 

Hon. C. J. Folger, Washvagton, D. G. 

Annual report of the secretary of the treasury,, 1882. 8**. 

A. A. Foote, MorrisviUe, N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Madison, 
for 1881. 8^ 

Stilhnam, Foote, Ogdensburgh, N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of St. Law- 
rence, for 1881. S*". 

W. H, Fry, Wells, N. Y 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Hamilton, 
for 1881. 8°. 

M. Gauthier - Villa/rs, Pa/ris, France. 

M^moires de' m6t6orologie dynamique, par £. Loomis. Paris, 

1880. 8 • 

O. B. Glezen, Owego, N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Tioga, for 

1881. 8 . 

mf. R. Glover, Oxford, N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Chenango, 
lor lool. o • 

[Afisem. Doc. No. 28.] 6 

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01 T, OoodHch^ Newburgh^ H. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county, of Orange, 
for 1881. 8°. 

S, G. GouM, Manchester, N. H. 

Manchester city documents, 1881. 8°. 

Proceedings oi the grand lodge of I. O. O. F. of New Hampshire, 
1882 ; also proceedings of 3ie grand encampment, 1882. 8°. 

Scmiuel A. Green, M. D., Boston, Mass. 

Garfield memorisd from city of Boston, 1881. 8°. 

Boston records, 1660-1701. 8°. 

Mayor Green's inaugural address, Jan. 2, 1882. 8°. 

Boston city directory, 1881. 8°. • 

Boston municipal register, 1882. 8°. 

Boston health report, 1881-82. 8*^. 

Boston school report, 1881. 8°. 

Banquet to W. P. Gregg, June 7, 1882. 8°. 

Re-dedication of the old state house, at Boston, July 11, 1882. 8°. 

Second report of the Boston record com'rs. 2d ed. 8°. 

Wayside gleanings for leisure moments. Cambridge, 1882. 4°. 

A collection of miscellaneous pamphlets. (69). 

Samuel 8. Green, Worcester, Mass. 

Eulogy upon the life, character and services of James Abram Gar- 
field, by Hon. Geo. F. Hoar, December 30, 1881. 8°. 

A. Gridley, Penn Yan, N. Y. 

Proceedings ot the board of supervisors of the county of Yates, for 
1881. 8^ 

H. E. Griswold, Alha/ny, N. Y. 
How to shine in society. 12°. , " . 

8. B. Griswold, Albany, N. Y. 
Fifty miscellatlieous pamphlets. 

W. M. Griswold, Washington, D. G. 
Q. P. Indexes, no. X. 8°. 

Estate of Robert 8. Hale, EUzahethtown, N. Y. 

Merrill's history of Amesbury. Haverhill, 1880. 8"". 
Genealogy of John Poore, 1615-1880. Salem, 1881. 4**. 
J. 8. Baring, Oram^geburgh, N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Rockland, 
for 1881. 8°. 

B. F. HoAJoes, Oakfield, N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Genesee, 

for 1881. 8^ • 

R&o. Cha/rles Hawley, D. D., Avhurn, N. Y. 

Addresses before the Cayuga county .historical society, 1881-82 ; by 
Charles Hawley, D.D. 8°. 

No. 28.] 


H, O, Henderson^ Westchester^ N. Y, 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Westchester, 
for 1881. 8°. 

' Q. D, Henry ^ Johnstown^ N. T. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors- of the county of Fulton, for 

1881. 8^ 

J, H, HiclcGoXy Washington^ D, Q, 

The National Republican, 1880-81, 1881-82. 2 v. f^ 
Annual report of the U. S. comV of agriculture for 1880. 8°. 

E, J. HiU^ Chicago^ lU. 
Hill's Illinois cases and citations. Chicago, 1882. 8**. 

Rev, J. Hooper^ Lebwnoih Springs^ N. Y, 
Historical address, October 27, 1882, by Rev. J. Hooper. 8°. 

M. W. ffutehins, Malone, N, Y. 

PVoceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Franklin, 
for 1881. 8*. 

C. E. JameSy Fra/nhforty Ky. 

A short history of Franklin county, Ky. By C. E. James. (3 

copies.) 8°. 

E. H. JenneVj Jamestown^ N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supJervisors of the county of 
Chautauqua, for 1881. 8°. 

C. M. Johnsorhy Port Ridhmond^ N. Y, 

Prbceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Rich- 
mond, for 1880, 1881. * 8"*. 

Hon. John Jay Knox^ Washington^ D. C. 

Annual reports of the comptroller of the currency, 1877, 1881, 

1882. 3 V. 8*^. 

J. E. Krafty Kingston^ N. Y, 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Ulster, 
for 1881. 8°. 

e/. S. Juombertson^ Fairfield^ N, Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Herkimer, 

for 1881. 8^ 

Vatharvne Ga/nsevoort Lansing^ Albany, N, Y. 
Harwood on naval courts-martial. 8*^. 

D. S. Zathrop, Albany, N. Y. 

Forty-five reports of railroads, and other pamphlets. 8®. 

R. R. Law, Cambridge, JV. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Washing- 
ton, for 1881. 8°. 

44 ' [AfiSBlCBLT 

Hon. Wm, L. Lea/medj Albany^ N. Y. 

Hieronimns Salzedo, coinmentaria in opusc. D. Thomse Aqainas 
de regirnine principum. Franco-Furti, 1655. f°. 

Joseph Leete^ Esq,^ F, 8, /SI, London, Eng. 

The family of Leete. London, 1881. 4°. 

Mme, la Prmcesse de Lesigncmo, BruooeUea, Germany. 

Les constitutions de tons les Pays civilises, par Mme. la Princesse de ' 
Lesignano. Bnixelles, 1880. f*. 

C. Z, Lincoln, Little Valley, N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Cattarau- 
gus, for 1864, 1868, 1870. 8°. 

Prof. J. A. LinPner, Albcmy, N. Y. 

A new principle of protection from insect attack, by J. A. Lintner. 


W. C. LitOe & Go., Aliany, N. Y. 

Conkling on executive power and political institutions of the XJ. S. 
Albany, 1882. 12"*. 

H. 8. McCaU, AXbam^y, N. Y. 

The Christian Union, for 1881. f°. 

A. McConneU, Howard, N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supprvisors of the county of Steuben, 

for 1881. 8°. 

D. McDonald <& Go., Albany, N. Y. • 

Gas engineers' and supt's' pocket manual, 1883. 12°. * 

Frank V. McDonald, Son Fra/ncisco, Gal. 
Biography of Richard Hayes McDonald. Vol. 1. 4°. 

John McQovem, Ghicago, lU. 
Poems, by John McGovern, 1882. 18°. 

J. McLackla/n, Jr., Ithaca, N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Tomp- 
kins, for 1881. 8°. 

Prof. J. W. Maisch, PhUa., Pa. 

Journal of Pharmacy. Vol. 12. 8°. 

Hiramh Metcalf, Garmndaigua, N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Ontario, 
for 1881. 8°. 

J. L. MiULa/rd, Rwerhead, If. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Suffolk, 
for 1881. 8°. 

G. A. Miller, Mt. Morris, N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Living- 
ston, for^lSSl. 18°.J 

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Ko.28,] . ~ 4& .>. 

N. C. MoaJc^ ATba/nyy N, T. 

Gould's law catalogue, 1882. 8''. 

W. H. H. Moore^ New York diy. 

Three volumes and twelve pamphlets relating to the Geneva 
award. 8*^. 

Hon. E. D. Morgom^ New York cily. 

A sermon by Rev. 0. W. Hodge, D. D., September 25, 1881. 

(2 copies.) 8*^. 
U. S. public documents. 78 vols. 
Annual reports of N. Y. chamber of commerce. 14 vols. 

8. MosJier^ Ccmajoha/rie^ N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Mont- 
gomery, for 1881. 8°. 

Damd Murray^ LL. />., Albany^ N. Y. ^ 

All that glitters is not gold, by Mary J. Salter. 12*^. 

They are not dead, by T. S. Lambert, M. D. 12°. : 

Hev, F. J. Maynard^ Damenport^ la. 

Twenty-ninth convention of the Prot. Episcopal Church in diocese 
of la., 1882. 8°. 

H. E. NichoU, Fulton, N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Oswego, 
for 1881. 8^ 

George S. NicTwhon, EUzahethtown, N. Y. 
Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Essex, for 

W. OH/ver, Rochester, N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the countv of Monroe, 
for 1881. 8°. 

John OrdTonoAm, M. Z>., MosVyn, N. Y, 

Nineteen reports of the state charities aid asBociation. 8°. 

Guiteau's case, by W. R. Smith. 8°. 

The Walworth parricide. 8°. 

Reports of the state com' r in lunacy, 1874-81. 8°. 

Twenty-five miscellaneous pamphlets. 8°. 

H. D, Paine, M. D., New York city. 

Paine family records. Vol. 2, nos. 4-8. 8°. 

Ivan Pa/nin, Cambridge, Mom. 

Le developpement de la vie commercielle, indnstrielle et politique 
en Russie. Boston, 1881. 8°. 

John R. Pa/rk, Salt Lake city, Utah, 
Utah school report, 1880-81. 8^ . ^ 

' -- - ■ ' 46 [ASBBMBLY 

C. p. Patterson^ Newa/rh^ N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Wayne, 
for 1881. 8^ \ 

S. 8, Pehuhet <& Co,^ New York city. 
Exonerative insanity, by John A. Taylor. New York, 1882. 8°. 

Hon. E. O. Perrin^ Albany^ N, Y, 
Portraits of Sanford E. Church and E. O. Perrin. 

John S. Perry, Albany, N. Y. 

Massachusetts agricultural reports, 1856, 1868-9, 1871-2, 1874-5, 

1879-80 ; and three duplicates. 8 v. 8**. 
Massachusetts educational report, 1873. 8^. 
U. S. agricultural reports, 1876, 1877. 2 v. 8°. 

Rev. Willicmi Stevens Perry, D,D., Davenport, la. 

The Iowa Churchman, for 1882. f°. 

Argument for appellants in French v. Trustees of Griswold college, 

et al. 8° 
A collection of miscellaneous pamphlets. (7.) 

Gen. J. Watts de Peyster, Tivoli, N. Y. 

Mary, Queen of Scots. By Anchor. 1882. 8°. 

Mrs. Emily Pfeiffer, London, Eng. 

Under the aspens, lyrical and dramatic. By Emily Pfeiffer, Lon- 
don, 1882. 12°. 

Hon. E. J. Phelps, Burlington, Vt: 

Report of some members of a committee of the American bar asso- 
ciation on delays in the U. S. court. 1882. 8®. 

J. S. Pierson, New York city. 

Four volumes. 8®. 

A collection of miscellaneous pamphlets. (324.) 8**. 

. Hon. John K. Pm'ter, New York city. 

Closing speech to the jury in the Guiteau trial, by John K. Porter. 


Da/niel J. Pratt, Ph.D., Alhamy, N. Y. 

The Christian World for 1882. 8°. 
The Sunday School Times for 1881. f°. 
The Foreign Missionary, 1881-82. (14 nos.) 

Hon. 0. D. Prescott, Rome, N. T, 

The Congressional Record for 3d session of 46th congress, and special 
sessions of the senate, during 1881. 5 v. 4®. 

W. F. Ramdall, Walton, N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Delaware, 
for 1881. 8°. 

Charles. Reemelin, Cvnoinnati, 0. 

A critical review of American politics, by Charles Reemelin. 8^ 

No. 38.] 4Y - " V ' 

EUia H. Boberta <& Co., Utica, N. T. 
Utica Morning Herald, for 1882. T. 

S. a Eodgersj Troy, N. T. 
Proceedings of the N. Y. state stenographers' association, 1882. 8**. 

Dr. Ja/mes H. Salisbury, New York diy. 
Original investigations in diphtheria and scarlet fever, by James H. 
Salisbury, M. D., 1882. 8°. 

John W. Sanb(fm, Bata/via, N. Y. 
Legends, customs and social life of the Seneca Indians of western 
New York. By John W. Sanborn. 8^ 

a. Seabwry, Hempstead, N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Queens, 
for 1881. 8°. 

J. Montgomery Sears, Boston, Ma^s. 

Oatalo£;ue of the library of J. Montgomery Sears, including the 
poetical library of F. Freiligrath, Cambridge, 1882. 4°. 

Robert Sewell, New YorJc city. 

Title to the beds of lakes and ponds in the State of New York. 
By Robert Sewell 1882. 8*". 

Argument of Robert Sewell in Williams v. Western Union Tel. 

Co. and others ; also opinions of the general term of the superior 

court of city of New York in the same case, 1882. 2 pamph. 8®. 

jBon. Horatio Seymour, Utica, N. Y. 

Deed of laud in Montgomery (now Oneida Co.), N. Y., from Geo. 
Washington and Geo. Clinton to N. Griffen, dated July 22, 1790. 

Lieut.' Gen. P. H. Sheridan, Chicago, III. 

Record of engagements with hostile Indians, 1868-1882. 8®. 

J. A. Skiff, PottersviUe, N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Warren, 
for 1881. 8^ 

Hon. Cha/rles R. Skvrmer, Watertoum, N. Y. 
Report upon forestry. Vol. 2. By F. B. Hough. • 8°. 

Hon. W. L. Smith, Lansing, Mich. 
Historical sketches of education in Michigan, by W. L. Smith. 8°. 

E. M. Snow, M. D., Providence, R. I. 
Providence registration report, 1881. 8®. 

J. J. B. Spo&ner, Lockport, N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Niagara, 
for 1881. 8^ ^ -s. ^ 

J. Stevens, OreenviUe, N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Greene, 
for 1881. 8^ 



FtwhTc 8f;ewa/rty jiinghamtony If. T. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Broome, 
for 1881. 8°. 

Charles SiUlman, Alfred Centre^ N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Allegany, 
for 1881. 9>\ 

F. A. StoweU^ Elmiray N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Chemung, 
for 1881. 8». 

John A . Taylor y BrooMyriy N. Y. 
Charter and ordinances of the city of Brooklyn, 1864-1877. 8**. 

Wm. jP. Thompson^ Li/oerpool^ JEhg. 
Hand-book of patent law of all countries. 5th ed. London, 1882. 8**. 

Rev. A. Titusy Jr.^ Weymouth^ Mass. 
The Sabin family of America. By Rev. A. Titus, Jr. 8°. 

C. W. TrimpeTy HudaoUy N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Columbia, 
for 1881. 8^ 

P. F. Vamderheydeny Troy^ N. Y. 

Troy city directory, for 1881. 8°. 

Elias W. Yam. Voorhisy New York city. 

Notes on the ancestry of Maj. Wm. R. Van Voorhis By Elias 

W. Van Voorhis. 1881. 8^ 

.C. O. Ya/meyy AuaterlitZy N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Columbia, 
for 1881. 8^ 

E. L. Wage^ Albion^ N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Orleans, 
for 1881. 8^ 

B. H. Wordy M. i>., Tray^ N. Y. 
Proceedings of the American society of microscopists, 1881. 8**. 

Mrs, S. JR. WeUsy New York city. 
The Phrenological Journal for 1882. 2 v. 8**. 

Qyrenus Wheeler^ Jr.y Avhy/m^ N. Y. 

Inventors and inventions of Cayuga co., N. Y. By Cyrenus 
Wheeler, Jr. 8^ 

J. R. Wheeler y Fa/rmer ViUagey N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Seneca, 
for 1881. 8^ 

Q. W. Whitakery ZovyviUey N. Y. 

Proceedings of the board of supervisors of the county of Lewis, fo^ 
1881. 8^ 

No. 28.] 


White, Smith cfe Co,y Boston^ Mass, ' 

The Folio, for 1882. F. 

Aleoaander Wilder, M. D., Newark, N, J. 

Transactions of the national eclectic medical association, 1881-82. 
8^ ■ ' 

George H. WiUia/ms, Utioa, JV. Y. 
Williams family genealogy. 8**. 

Robert S. WiUiams, Uiioa, N, Y. 
Semi-centennial of the city of TJtica, March 1, 1882. 8°. 

Just/irh Wi/nsoT, Oamhridge, Mass. 
Massachusetts. By J. Winsor, 1882. 12"". 

[Assem. Doc. No. 28.] 7 




[The periodicals and newspapers received at the library, and recorded in 
previous reports, still continae to be received if published, even when not 
mentioned in this report.] 


Abbott, Charles 0. Primitive industry. • . .in stone, bone and clay, 

of the native races of the northern Atlantic seaboard of Anaerica. 

Salem, 1881. 8^ 
. Academic Rovale des sciences, des lettres, et des beaux-arts de 

Belgique. 'tables des memoires, 1816-78. Bruxellefi, 1858-87. 

In 1 V. 18^ 
Adams, D. The understanding reader Tenth edition. Leicester, 

Mass., 1821. 12^ 
Alabama. Annual report of the Alabama Insane Hospital at Tus- 
caloosa for 1872, 1874-76, 1878, 1880. In 1 v. 8°. 
Albany Daily State Register. September, 1850-September, 1852. 

Imperfect Albany. 3 v. f°. 
Allen, James T. Digest of agricultural implements patented in 

the United States from 1789 to July, 1881. New York, 1881. 

2v. 4^ 
American and Foreign Sabbath Union. First annual report 1844, 

2nd, 1845, 5th, 1848, 6th, 1849. Boston. In 1 v. 8°. 
American Antiquarian. A quarterly journal devoted to early 

American history, ethnology and archseologv. Ed. by Eev. S. D. 

Peet. Vol. 1, 2. 1878-80. Cleveland and Chicago. 2 v. 8°. 
American Bible Society Record. Monthh/. July, 1849-December, 

1855. New York. In 1 v. f**. 
. [2d series.] Vol. 1-25, 1857-80. New York. In 5 v. 

roy. 8°, 

52 [Assembly 

American Preacher : a collection of sermons from some pf the most 
eminen't preachers now living in the United States .... Vol. 1. 
Elizabeth town, N. J., 1791. ^ 8°. 

American Public Health Association. Reports and papers presented 
in the years 18Y3, '74-75. New York, 1875-76. In 2 v. 8°. 

American Quarterly Register. A general index to the first ten vol- 
umes from July, 1827, to Maj^, 1838. Boston, 1839. 16 p. 8*". 

American Social Science Association. Proceedings of Conference 
of charities and corrections, 1880, 1881. In 1 v. 8°. 

Amsterdam, N. Y., directories. For 1871-72. See Schenectady 
and Amsterdam directory. — For 1882-3; including tJioae of ad- 
joining villages, Amsterdam, 1882. 8°. 

Anderson, J. C. The Roman city of Uriconium at Wroxeter, 
Salop .... London, 1867. 16°. 

. Chronicles of the parish of Croyden, Surrey. (4 in 1 vol.) 

1874-79. 4^ 

Anderson, J. P. The book of British topography. A classified 
catalogue of the topographical works in the .... British Museum 
relating to Great Britain and Ireland. London, 1881. 8°. 

Andrews, H. P., and P. P. Wiggins. The descendants of John 
Porter of Winsor, Conn .... Saratoga Springs, 1882. 8°. 

Andrews, S. P., and A. F. Boyle. The complete phonographic 
class-book, containing. . . .Pitman's phonography. Second edition. 
Boston, 1846. 12°. 

Annual Register and Virginian Repository. Petersburg, 1882. 12°. 

Appalachia. The Journal of the Appalachian Mountain Club. 
Boston, 1879. 8°. 

Aquinas, Thomas, R. P. Hieronyrai Salzedo Matritensis clericorura 
rcgularium minorum . . .Commentarii et dissertationes. . . .in 
opusculum D. Thomae Doct. Angelici de regimine principum .... 
Franco-furti, 1655. f°. 

Arnold, I. N. Writings (4) collected. Chicago, 1864-82. In 1 v. 

Art Journal. New series. Vols. 5, 6, for 1879, 80. New York. 
2v. f°. _ 

Assembly's Missionary Magazine; or. Evangelical Intelligencer. 
Monthly, Vols. 1-3. 1805-7. Philadelphia. ImperfecL — 
With Israel's Advocate; or. The Restoration of the Jews con- 
templated and urged. Monthly. Vols. 3, 5. 1825, 27. New 
York. Imverfect, In 1 v. 8°. 

Association ot the bar of the city of New York. Charter, consti- 
tution. Reports, etc., 1870-76. New York. In 1 v. 8°. 

Atkinson, E. Writings (3) collected. New York and Boston, 
1880, 1882. In 1 v. 8°. 


Baccius, Andreas. De naturali vinorum, de vinis Italige et de con- 
viviis antiquorum libri septem Accessit de f actitiis ac cervisiis 

No. 28.] 53 

deque Rheni, GalHse Hispaniee, et de totius Europse vinis et de 

ornni vmorum iisu compendiaria tractatio .... Romse, 1596. f °. 
Baker, Anne E. Glossary of Northamptonshire words and phrases 

.... London, 1854. 2 v. 12°. 
Baker, W. S. The engraved portraits of Washington, with notices 

of the originals and sketches of the painters. Philadelphia, 

1880. 4°. 

Baldwin, 0. 0. The Candee genealogy, with notices of allied 
families of Allyn, Catlin, Cooke, Mallory, Newell, Norton, Pyn- 
chon and Wadsworth. Cleveland, 1882. 12°. 

Ballantyne, E. M. Black ivory. A tale of adventure among the 
slaves of East Africa. NeV York, 1873. 16°. 

Baltimore, Md. Memorial volume. . . .of the celebratiofl of the one 
hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the settlement of Baltimore, 
October 11-19, 1880 Edited by E. Spencer Baltimore, 

1881. 4°. 

Baltimore directory for 1875. Baltimore, 1875. 8°. 

Baltimore and Susquehanna Kailroad Co. Reports, 1827, 35, 36, 
42, 45, 54. In 1 v. 8°1 

Barrus, H. History of the town of Goshen, Mass.... 1761 to 
1881. With family sketches. Boston^ 1881. 8°. 

Bartlett, J. E. History of the Wanton family of Newport, R. I. 
See Ehode Island Hist. Tracts, no. 3. 

Bates, E. The doctrines of Friends. . . .commonly called Quakers. 
Second edition. Mountpleasant, 1825. 8°. 

Bates, S. P. The battle of Chancellorsville, Meadville, Pa., 1882. 

Battey, T. C. Life and adventures of a Quaker among the Indians. 
Boston, 1875. 12°. 

Bavaria: Eoyal Library at Munich. Catalogus codicum Latinorum. 
Tomus IL 1874-81. In v. 8°. 

Beeson, J. A plea for the Indians : with facts and features of the 
late war in Oregon. Third edition, ^ew York, 1858. 12°. 

Belgium. Exposition universelle de Paris, 1878. Catalogue officiel 
des oeuvres d'art, des produits de.l'industrie et de I'agriculture. 
2e Edition. Bruxelles, 1878. 12°. 

Belknap, D. The Harmonist's Companion, 1797. See Holyoke, 
S. Harmonia Americana. 

Belknap, J. Sacred poetry ; consisting of psalms and hymns, 

adapted to christian devotion Selected from th^ best authors 

A new edition. Boston, 1820. 18°. 

Bible. English. Eevised version of the New Testament .... being 
the version set forth 1611 and revised, 1881. And the au- 
thorized English version of the New Testament, with introduc- 
tion and various readings from the three most celebrated manu- 
scripts of the original Greek text. By C. Tischendorf. In / 
Parallel columns on same pages. New York, 1881. (Seaside 
library.) f°. 

54 [Assembly 

Bible. English. The New Testament being the version set 

forth 1611 . . . .revised 1881 .... Showing what is comnion to 

boih By Rufns Wendell. Albany^ 1882. 8°. 

Biblioth^que americaine, contenant des m^moires sur I'agriculture, 

le conomerce, les manufactures, les moeurs et les usages de 

1' Am^rique Par une societe de savans et d'hommes de lettres. 

Paris, 1807. 3 v. 8^ 
Biden, W. D. The history arid antiquities of. . . .Kingston -upon- 

Thames Kingston, 1852. 128 p. 8°. 

Bingham, C. The Columbian orator. Third edition. Albany, 

1811. 12°. 
Bliiis, J. H. Genealogy of the Bliss family in America from about 

the year 1560 to 1880. Boston, 1881. 8°. 
Bond, A. A discourse on the life and character of deacon Joseph 

Otis Norwich, Conn., 1856. 18°. 

Boston, Mass. The memorial history of Boston, including Suffolk 

county, Mass., 1030-1880. Edited by Justin "Winsor. . . .Boston, 

1881. 4v. 4°. 
Boston. Manual of the public schools of the city, 1881. Boston, 

1881. 18^ 
. Report of the fire department for 1854, 1866, 1866. Withy 

Eeport of the fire commissioners April 30, 1880. And, Report of 

the commissioners to investigate the cause and management of 

the great fire in Boston, 1873. In 1 v. 8®. 

. A memorial of James A. Garfield from the city of Boston. 

Boston, 1881. 80 p. roy. 8°. 

•. Annual report of the harbor commissioners, 1869, 1870, 

1872. Boston, 1869-72. In 1 v. 8°. 

-. Annual report of the superintendent of health, 1861, 1867. 

With, Annual report of the city physician, 1866-68. And, Annual 

report of the board of health, 1876, 1877, 1879-81. Boston, 1861- 

81. In 1 V. 8°. 
Bouquet, M. Recueil des historiens des Gaules, et de la France. 

Nonvelle edition publiee sous la direction de L. Delisle. Paris, 

1869-79. 18 V. f°. 
Briggs, S. The book of the Yarian family. . ..Cleveland, O.^ 

1881. 8^ 
British Review and London Critical Journal. Quarterly. Vols. 1- 

21, March, 1811-February, 1824. London. 21 v. 8°. 
Brooks, C. T. William EUery Channing: a centennial memory. 

Boston, 1880. 16°. 
Bruce, G., Son & Co. Specimens of printing types N. T., 1882. 

With, The invention of printing. A collection of facts and 

opinions descriptive of early prints the legend of L. J. Coster, 

01 Haarlem, and the work of John Gutenberg. . . . Illustrated .... 

New York, 1878. In 1 v. 4°. 
Brune, F. W. American education. An address .... Baltimore, 

1852. 19 p. 8^ 

No. 28.] 55 

Buchanan county, Iowa. History of, with illustrations and bio- 
graphical sketches. Cleveland, Ohio, 1881. 4°. 

Buchanan county, Missouri. History of, containing a history of the 

. county biographical sketches .... history of Missouri etc. 

Illustrated. St. Josephs, Mri., 1881. roy. 8°. 

Bulwer-Lytton, Sir Edward G-. The last days of Pompeii. New 
York, 1834. 12°. 

Bundy, J. M. The nation's hero. The life of James A. Garfield 
....New York, 1881. 12°. 

Burat, A. Geologic appliquee. Traite du gisement et de exploita- 
tion des mineraux utiles. 4 me edition. Paris, 1858, 59. 2 v. 

Burke, J. A. A selection of favorite conference hymns, with his- 
torical sketches of church history through every century of the 
christian era. Together with the articles of faith .... of the 
First Baptist Church in Albany. Albany, 1829. 12°. 

Buskirk's Bridge, N. Y., directory, 1881-3. See Hoosick. 

Butterfield, C. W. History of the discovery of the northwest by 
John Nicolet in 1634, with a sketch of his life. Cincinnati, 

1881. 12°. 

Buxtorf, J. Lexicon Hebraicum et Chaldaicum . . . ; accessit lexicon 
breve rabbinico-philosophum . . . .Editio nona. Basilise, 1689. 
xvi, 976, 74p. 12°. ^ 


Oallender, E. B. Life of Thaddeus Stevens : commoner. Boston, 

1882. 12°. 

Oallender, J. T. The political progress of Great Britain t or, an 
impartial history of tne abuses in the government of the British 
empire, in Europe, Asia and America. , . .second edition. Pt. 1. 
Philadelphia, 1794. 8°. 

Campaigns of the civil war. 1881. 10 vols. 12°. Contents : 

1. Nicolay, J. J. The outbreak of rebellion. 

2. Force, M. F. From Fort Henry to Corinth. 

3. Webb, A. S. The peninsula. McClellan's campaign of 1862. ; 
i^4. Ropes, J. C. The army under Pope. 

5. Palfrey, F. W. Autietam and Fredericksburg. 

6. Doubleday, A. Chancellorsville and Gettysburg. 

7. Cist, H. M. The army of the Cumberland. 

8. Greene, F. V. The Mississippi. 
i^9. Cox, J. D. Atlanta. 

10. Cox, J. D. The march to the sea. 

Canada. Annual report of the department of the interior for 1876, 

76, 77. Ottawa. In 1 v. %\ 
. Report on the meteorological service for 1877, 78. Ottawa 

and Toronto. In 1 v; 8°. 

. Annual report of inspectors of asylums, prisons, etc., for 

1860, 66 Annual report of the directors of penitentiaries 

for:1868. Ottawa, 1861-70. In 1 v. 8^ 

56 [AsSElfBLY 

Canadian Parliamentary Companion and Annual Register, 1881. 
Edited by C. H. Mackintosh. Ottawa, 1881. 18''. 

Carey, H. C. [Writings (4) collected.] In 1 v. 8°. 

Carrington, Mrs. M. I. Ab-sa-ra-ka. Land of massacre : being the 
experience of an officer's wife on the plains Fifth edition, re- 
vised Philadelphia, 1879. 12°. 

Carroll county, Indiana. History of, with illustrations and bio- 
graphical sketches. . . . Chicago, 1882. 4®. 

Carroll county, Missouri. History of . . . .including a condensed 

• history of Missouri .... biographical sketches Illustrated. St. 

Louis, 1881. 8°. 

Cass, F. C. South Mimms, Middlesex county, England. With 
genealogies. Westminster, 18Y7. 121 p. 4". 

Cassard, A. Manual de la masoneria o sea el tejador do los ritos 
antiguo escoces, frances y de adopcion .... Decima edicion. Nueva 
York, 1876. 2 v. 8°. 

Caverly, R. B. Heroism of Hannah Duston, together with the 
Indian wars of New England. Boston, 1874. 12°. 

. Genealogy of the Cavferly family, from the year 1116 to 

1880. Lowell, Mass., 1880. 12°. 

Life and labors of John Eliot, the apostle among the In- 

dian nations of New England, together with an account of the 
EUots in England. Lowell, Mass., 1881. 12'». 

Cayuga county (N. T.) Historical society. First annual meeting, 
with constitution and by-laws, February 12, 1878. Early chap- 
ters of Cayuga history. Jesuit missions, 1656-84. By C. Haw- 
ley, D. D. Fourth and fifth annual addresses, 1881-82. By C. 
Hawley. Collections of C. Co. Hist. Soc. No. 2. 1882. " In 
1 V. 8°. 

Centennial celebration of the battle of Rhode Island at Portsmouth, 
R. I., August 29, 1878. See R. L His. Tracts. No. 6. 

Century, A, of dishonor. A sketch of the United States govern- 
ment's dealings with some of the Indian tribes. By H. H., i. e.^ 
Mrs. Helen Runt. New York, 1881. 12^ 

Cesnola, A. P. di. Salaminia. The history, treasures and antiqui- 
ties of Salamis in the island of Cyprus. . ..London, 1882. .8°. 

[Chamberlayne, Edward.] Angliae notitise, or the present state of 
England In the Savoy, 1669. 18°. 

Chamberlayne, John. Magnae Britannise ; or the present state of 
Great Britain 30th edition .... London, 1729. 12°. 

Chambers's Encyclopaedia. American additions to the Library of 
Universal Knowledge. ' New York, 1880. 4 v. roy. 8°. 

Champlain S. de. Voyages. Translated from the French by C. P. 
Otis. With historical illustrations and a memoir by the Kev. E. 
F. Slafter. (Pub. by the Prince Society.) Yol. 1, 3. Boston, 
1880, 82. 2 V. sm. 4°. 

Charitable Irish Society of Boston. Constitution, by-laws. . ..list 
of members. . . act of incorporation. . . .Boston, 1876. 12^ 

No. as.] 57 

Chautauqua county. New York. Illustrated historical atlas of. 

New York, 1881. f°. 
Cheltenham, Eng. Monumental inscriptions in the parish church 

of Cheltenham. Transcribed by the Rev. B. H. BlacK^r. London, 

18Y7. 36 p. 4°. 
Cherokee Indians. Memorial of the delegates of the Cherokee 

nation to the president of the United States and Congress. 

Washington, 1866. With six other documents. In 1 v. 8°. 
Chevalier, M. Cours d'^conomie politique fait au College de 

France. Seconde Edition. Paris, 1855, '58. 2 v. 8°. 
^. Examen du syst^me commercial connu sous le nom de 

syst^me protecteur. Seconde edition. Paris, 1858. 8°. 
— . De la baisse probable del'or, des consequences commerciales 

et sociales qu'elle pent avoir et des mesures qu'elle provoque .... 

Paris, 1859. 8°. 
Chicago, (111.) Business directory for 1873-74. 8^ 
Chicago directory for 1881. Chicago, 1881. 8^ 
Children's Hospital, Boston. Annual reports, 1869, 71, 75, 78, 

Boston, 1869-78. In 1 v. 8^. 
China directory for 1863 ; for 1871. Hongkong, 1863, 71. 2 v. 8^ 
Chronicle, The. A journal devoted to the interests of insurance. 

Vols. 23-26. January, 1879— December, 1880. New York. In 

2 V. sm. f ''. 

Churchill, C. Apology and night. Poems London, 1763. 18"^. 

Chynoweth, W. H. The fall of Maximilian, late emperor of 

Mexico London, 1872. 8°. 

Cicero, M. T. The Tusculan disputations of. Oxford, 1840. 8*". 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Bulletin of books added to the public 

library of, during the year 1881. Cincinnati, 1882. 4°. 
Cincinnati Advertiser. Semi-weekh/, Vols. 1-4. January 6, 1823, 

May 10, 1826. — WitK Inquisitor and Cincinnati Advertiser. 

Weekly. 8 nos. 1821', '22. Cincinnati, 1821-26. In 1 v. f°. 
Cincinnati Emporium. WeeMy. Vols. 1, 2. February 12, 1824- 

December, 1825 ; vol. 3, January-June, 1826. Cincinnati. In 

1 V. f^ 
Cist, H. M. The army of the Cumberland. (Campaigns of the 

civil war, VII.) New York, 1882. 12^. 
Clark, F. D. The First Regiment of New York volunteers, com- 
manded by Col. J. D. Stevenson, in the Mexican war New 

York, 1882. 8^ _ ^ ^ 

Clark, Mev. S. Antiquities, historicals and graduates of North- 
ampton, Mass. Northampton, 1882. 18°. 
Clarke, James F. Orthodoxy : its truths and errors. Boston, 1866. 

Clarke, Walter, D. D. [Writings (5) collected.] Hartford, etc. 

1844-62. In 1 v. 8°. 
Clay, Henry. Monument to the memory of. Being his life^ 

[Assem. Doc. No. 28.] 8 

^ 58 [AsBBMBLir 

speeches omd eulogies. By A. H. Carrier. Philadelphia, 1858. 

Clichtovaeus, J. De verd nobilitate opusculam Parisng, 1520. 

122 p. sm. 4°. 
Clinton, De Witt. [Writings (4) collected.] New York, 1809-22. 

In 1 V. 8^ 
Club cameos : portraits of the day .... London, 1879. 8®. 
Clyde, J. C. Rosbrugh, a tale of the revolution, or life, labors and 

death of Rev. John Rosbrugh With genealogy. Easton, Pa., 

1880. sm. 4°. 
. Life of James H. Coffin, LL.D .... professor of mathematics 

and astronomy in Lafayette college .... With Gojffm genealogy. 

Easton, Pa., 1881. 1?\ 
Collection, A, of letters and essays in favour of public liberty, first 

published in the newspapers in the years 1764, '65, '66, '67, '68, 

'69 and 1770. London, 1774. 3 v. 12^ 
Collection, A, of psalms and hymns for social and private worship. 

New York, 1820. 12". 
Columbian Centin^l. March 17-September 8, 1790. Boston. f°. 
Comerf ord, J. Catalogue of the library of containing county 

histories heraldic and .genealogical publications voyages 

and histories. London, 1881. 8®. 

Cone, A., and W. R. Johns. Petrolia: a brief history of the 

Pennsylvania petrolium region^. . . .New York, 1870. 12®. 
Congregational order. The ancient platforms of the Congregational 

churches of New England Middletown, 1843. 18**. 

Connecticut Industrial School for Girls. Reports, 1870, '78, '80. 

Hartford. In 1 v. 8 ^ 
Conover, G. S. Early Seneca history. Newsp. slips. 1882. 28 

p. 8®. 
Cooper, J. F. The pioneers, or, the sources of the Susquehanna. 

New York, 1823. 12". 

. The prairie ; a tale. Philadelphia, 1827. 12^ 

Cooper, Peter. [Writings (4) collected.] New York, 1866-77. 

In 1 V. 8°. 
Cooper, Rev. Samuel. A sermon preached in Boston, before the 

society for encouraging industry and employing the poor, August 

8, 1753. Boston, 1753. 8°. 
Cooper, Thomas, M. D. Two essays. 1. On the foundation of 

government. 2. On the constitution of the United States. 

Col umbia, S. C. , 1826. 71 p. With, The case of Thomaa Cooper. 

In 1 V. 8^ 
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Marion and Clinton counties, Illinois. History of, with illustrations 
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Maritime Association of the port of New York. Its charter. and 
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No. 2. Visits of the Northmen to Rhode Island^ By A. Farpum. 1877. 
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With, , ^ 

No. 4. William Coddington in Rhode Island colonial affairs. An historical inquiry 

by Dr. H. E. Turner. 1878. 
No. 6. The Centennial celebration of the battle of Rhode Island at Portsmouth, 

R. I., Augusti29, 1878. 1878. With, 
No. 7. The Journal of Rev. William Rogers, D.D., a brigade chaplain. 1879. 
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the British northern colonies. . . .By S. Hopkins. . . .1880. With, ' ' 

No. 10. An historical inquiry concerning the attempt to raise a regiment of slaves ^ 

by Rhode Island during the war of the revolution. By S. S. Rider 1880. \ ': 

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Rhode Island to form a constitution. 1880. With^ 
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Weston, P. C. J. Documents connected with the history of South 
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Whitaker, George M. Record of births, marriages and deaths of 
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Wilkins, W. A. The Oleverdale mystery : or, the machine and its 
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Williams, S. W* The Chinese commercial guide. Containing 
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Wilson, Alexander J. Reciprocity, bi matallism, and land-tenure 
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Winnipeg, Manitoba. Yievia of Main street in city of. 1881. 
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Wisconsin State Agricultural Society. Transactions. Vol. 19, 1880- 

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Wisconsin Industrial School for Boys. Twentieth annual report of 

the managers, for 1879. Madison, 1880. 8°. 
Wisconsin industrial School for Girls. Third annual report, 1879 ; 

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Tale College. Record of the class of 1845, containing olntuaries 

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Zoological Society of London. Proceedings for 1880. London. 8°. 




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I. — Teeatises and Ebports. 


Abbott, Austin. New cases, selected chiefly from the decisions of 
the courts of the state of New York. Vols. 9, 10. New York, 
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Alabama. Alabama reports. Supreme court. Vols. 65, 66. By 
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. Digest of the American decisions, and index to the notes 

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American Law Register. New series, v. 20, 21. J. T. Mitchell 
and others, editors. Philadelphia, 1881-82. 2 v. 8°. 

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American Law Eeview. Vol. 16, for 1882. 0. E. Grinnell, editor. 

Boston, 1882. 8°. ^ ^ _ '^ , . ^ 

American reports : containing all decisions of general interest decided 

in the courts of last resort of the several states. Vols. 37, 38, 39, 

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of the courts. . . .accompanied by a new translation of the entire 

code of commerce and special mercantile laws in force in France 

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B. D. Turner. Little Eock, 1881-82. 2 v. 8°. 
Armour, E. D. Editor. See Can. Law Times, v. 1. 
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V. 10. 


Baker, L. C. History of the TJ. S. secret service. Philadelphia, 

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Balfour, Sir J. Practicks, or a system of the more ancient law of 

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Barrett, P. Trial, for shooting at Capt. T. E. Lambert ; before the 

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Bateman, Mary. Life, etc. . . . condemued at York, March 11, 
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Bates, W. G. An address delivered in the new court house in 

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Baxter, Jere. Keports of cases argued and determined in the 
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Bell, S. S. Dictionary of the decisions of the court of session, from 
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Bell V. Hill. The cause of truth defended ; being a plain statement 
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Bellingham, J. Conversation, before his execution. See Wilson, D. 

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Bernard, W. L. The Irish church acts, 1869 and 1872 . . . with re- 
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Biddle, A. and G. A treatise on the law of stock brokers. Phila- 
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Binns v. Scott. Action for crim. con. ; court of com. pleas of Ire., 
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Bird, W. Life and character of, who was executed at Cambridge, 
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Bishop, J. P. Commentaries on the law of marriage and divorce 
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Bissell, J. H. Cases argued and determined in the circuit and dis- 
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Blackburne, F. Summings up in the Queen v, 0*Brien and Meagher, 
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Boyle V. Wiseman. Report of the trial [for libel]. Tried at Guild- 
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Bracton, Henrici de. Henrici de Bracton de legibus et consuetud- 
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Bradford, O. K. Guilty or not guilty ; or, an appeal to the people. 
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Bradwell, James B. Reports of the decisions of the appellate courts 
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Brice, J. and R. Captive boys of Rensselaerville, N. Y. Account 
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Brown, A. Editor. See Scriven on copyholds, 6th ed. 

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Bush, W. P. D. and F. F. Editors. See 3 Ky. Law Eeporter. 

Byrou, William Zord. Trial, for the murder of W. Chaworth ; ^; 
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Cairns, J., et al. Report of the tri&l, before the court of justiciary 
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California. 'California reports. Supreme court. Vols. 56, 57, : ; 
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Campbell, E. The law relating to the sale of goods, and commercial 
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Campbell, W. • Editor. See Eraser on master and servant, 3d ed. 

Canada. Canada supreme court reports. Vol. 5. By George 
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Canada Law Journal. Vol. 17, for 1881. Toronto, 1881. 8°. 
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Carnegie, J. Trial, for the murder of Charles earl of Strathmore, 
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Carpenter, M. H. Catalague of the law library of sold. New 

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Cases in the court of session, [Scotland.] Cases decided in the court 
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Central criminal court [London.] , Sessions papers. Minutes of 
evidence taken in short-hand by J. D. Barnett and A. Buckler. 


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/With points of law and practice, edited by E. T. E. Besley. Vols. 

94, 95. London, 1881-82. 2 v. 8^. 
Central Law Journal. Vols* 13, 14, 15. W. L. Murfree, jr., editor. 

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Cramer, Jennie E. The beautiful victim of the Elm city tragedy. 
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Crawley, C. The law of life insurance, with a chapter on accident 
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Crockett, S. L. Life, trial and confession of, executed at Boston, 
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Cummins, A. B. Editor. See West. Jurist, v. 15. 

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Daily Register: official law journal of the city and county of N". Y. 
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court of common pleas for the city and county of New York. 

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Davis, J. E. Prize essay on the laws for the protection of women, 

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Decker, C. W. Editor. See Van L^euwen's Roman-Dutch law. 
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Delany, J. Trial, for shooting at J. Bailey ; at the Maryborough 

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Denison, Rev. C. W. Defense, from the slanders of the Boston 

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