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BULLETIN 



OF THE 



BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY 



VOL. 4. No. I. 



JANUARY, 1879. 



WHOLE No. 4.8. 



TRUSTEES OF THE CORPORATION. 



William W. Greenough, President 
Curtis Guild, Alderman. Weston Lewis 

Harvey N. Shepard, Councilman. 
James Freeman Clarke. 



George B. Chase. 
Richard Frothingham. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 

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



James M. Hubbard, Assistant Librarian. 
Frederic B. Perkins, Register andAsst. Libr'n. 
William H. Foster, Proof-reader. 
Josfi F. Carret, Curator of Patents and En- 
gravings. 



Arthur M. Knapp, Curator of Periodicals and 

Pamphlets. 
Edward Tiffany, Inspector of Circulation. 
Charles A. Wilson, Clerk for Branches. 
A. P. C. Griffin, Custodian of the Shelves. 



William E. Ford, Janitor., Central Department. 



LIBRARIANS OF DEPARTMENTS. 



Arthur M. Knapp, Bates Hall. 
Elbridge Bradshaw, Lower Hall. 
Mary E. Brock, Brighton. 
Cornelius S. Cart^e, Charlestotvn. 
Mary G. Coffin, Dorchester. 
Sarah C. Godbold, East Boston. 



Eliza R. Davis, Jamaica Plain. 
Sarah Bunker, Roxbury. 
Alice J. Bragdon, South Boston. 
Milton Austin, South End. 
Mary A. Hill, Agent, Lo-wer Mills. 
Samuel G. Bowthorpe, Agent, RosUndale. 



A Delivery of the Public Library was opened 
December 3, at Roslindale. A new Catalogue of 
the East Boston Branch Library will be published 
in about two months, to be followed later by a 
Catalogue of the Branch Library at South Boston. 

A list has recently been published of serial 
publications now taken in the principal libra- 
ries of Boston and Cambridge. This List omits 
many periodicals taken by this Library. An 
interleaved copy, with the omissions supplied, 
can be found at the Bates Hall Desk. 

The Public Library has recently received one 
thousand dollars from Dr. Samuel A. Green, 
late Acting Librarian. The amount has been 
funded, and the income will be applied to the 
purchase of books on American history. 



The Library would be glad to receive copies 
of the Bates Hall Index and Supplement, and 
of Bulletin No. 46, of which its supply is nearly 
exhausted. 

This Bulletin contains lists of works on 
Heraldry, prepared by Mr. Knapp, and on 
Afghanistan, by Mr. Swift; a continuation of the 
account of books on the History of Mental 
Philosophy, and the conclusion of the Check 
List for American Local History, by Mr. 
Perkins. 

It is proposed to try in the Lower Hall 
the experiment of allowing single numbers of 
popular periodicals to be taken out for home 
use. 






INFORMATION FOR READERS. 



Number of Volumes and HoTira. 

All departments are open every secular day, 
except the five legal holidays, —February 22, 
Fast Day, July 4, Thanksgiving and Christ- 
mas, — and such other days as the Trustees may 
direct. 



Bates Hall 

Newspaper Room . . . 
Duplicate Room . . . 

Lo'wer Hall 

Brighton Branch . . . 
Charlestown Branch . 
Dorchester Branch . . 
Kast Boston Branch . 
Jamaica Plain Branch . 
Lower Mills Delivery . 

Roslindale Delivery . . 

Roxbury Branch . . . 
South Boston Branch . 
South End Branch . . 



Totals 



Hours. 


Vols. 


r 9to6 
1 Winter; 


209,670 


1 i*^? 
I. Summer. 


3.227 


14,013 


9 to 9* 
9 to Stt 


37.365 
13,748 


9to8t 


19.38s 


9 to St 


9. '83 


9 to St 


10,498 


9to8t§ 


7.069 


4 to 7.30** 




5 3 to 6tt 




1 7 to 8tt 


" * ' 


9109 


16.379 


9 to 9 


9.368 


9 to St 


9.IS4 




357.958 



Periodicals 

in R. R. 
(Duplicates 
excluded.) 

355a 

64 
36 
34 
17 



* Books are nttited after 8.30 A.M. 
tKeep open till 9r.M. Saturdavs. 
± Is closed 12 M to 2 P.M. 
§ Reading Room 9 tu !l. 
"Closed from 6 to 6.30. 



653 



tt Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur- 
days. 

a Dell% ered to readers also on Sun- 
days. 



CATALOG UES. 

Bulletins. 

New Books as soon as received are entered on 
the Bulletin Boards of each Library. The Bul- 
letin Board for Bates Hall shows books added 
to the Central Library, and before titles appear 
on the Board the new books are displayed (with 
the shelf-number attached) in a glass case at the 
desk. The lists in the Lower Hall and at the 
Branches show only the books added to those 
departments. The Dorchester list is posted also 
at the Lower Mills Delivery, and the Jamaica 
Plain list at the Roslindale Delivery. The 
Bulletins are for sale (excepting those out of 
print) at five cents each. Books with numbers 
below 2 1 10 are in the Lower Hall ; with 2 no and 
above, in the Bates Hall. Those with Brl., 
Chn., Dor., £. B., J. P., Rox., S. B., or S. £. 
prefixed to the number are respectively in the 
Brighton, Charlestown, Dorchester, East Bos- 
ton, Jamaica Plain, Roxbury, South Boston, or 
South End Branches. 

Bates Hall of the Central Library. 

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

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

III. The Catalogue of the Prince Li- 
brary. For sale at $1.00. 

IV. Public Card Catalogue. This con- 
tains, with some exceptions, the titles of all the 
books now in the Central Library. 

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



Engravings. 

There is a separate catalogue of the Tosti En- 
gravings in drawers properly labelled at the 
north end of the Public Card Catalogue case in 
Bates Hall. 

Iicwer Hall of the Central Library. 

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

II. Arts, Sciences, and Professions, id 
edition, September, 1871. jo cents. 

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

IV. Books in Foreign Languages. 2d 
edition., January, 1876. lo cents. 

V. Poetry, Drama, Collections, and 
Miscellanies. ist edition., August, 1870. 
20 cents. 

VI. Manuscript Catalogues. Names of 
authors and titles of books added to the Lower 
Hall since the printing of the above lists will be 
found in folio catalogues on application at the 
Receiving Desk. 

Branches. 

Catalogues are for sale : — Brighton, 2^ cents, 
for the main Catalogue (including first Supple- 
ment), and J cents for each of the two subsequent 
Supplements ; Charlestown, 2^ cents each, parts 
I and 2 ; Dorchester, 10 cents; and 10 cents 
for the Supplemental list; East Boston, 10 
cents; Roxbury, 30 cents; South Boston, j 
cents; and South End (New Books), j cents. 

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

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

Prices of Catalogues to Non-Residents 

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

Bates Hall. — I. Prince Catalogue, $i.75- 
(Other Bates Hall Catalogues not to be had.) 

Lower Hall. — II. History, Biography, and 
Travel, ^/.jo. 

III. Arts, Sciences, and Professions. 7j cents. 

IV. Fiction and Juveniles. 75 cents. 

V. Poetry, Drama, and Miscellanies. $1.00. 

VI. Foreign Books. 75 cents. 

Bulletins. — VII. Quarterly issues, each, 20 
cents. 

The Bulletins must be applied for as issued, 
during January, April, July, and October of each 
year, as subscriptions cannot be received. 

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

Central Periodicsd Reading Room. 

A list of periodicals currently received (more 
than 800 in number, of which about one-half 
are kept in the Reading Room) is for sale at j 
cents. 



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



LIST OP THE NEW AND MORE IMPORTANT BOOKS 

PLACED IN THE LIBKARY 

DUEING OOTOBEE, NOVEMBEE, AND DEOEMBEE, 1878. 



ABBREVIATIONS, ETC. 



Shelf-numbers 2110 and upwards indicate books in Bates Hall. 

Shelf-numbers below 2110 indicate books in the Lower Hall. 

Bri., Brighton Branch. 

CIiii., Charlestown Branch. 

Dor.^ Dorchester Branch. 

E. B., East Boston Branch. 

J. IP., Jamaica Plain Branch. 

Rox., Roxbury Branch. 

S. B., South Boston Branch. 

S. E., South End Branch. 

N.R., Newspaper Room. 

R.R., Reading Room. 

G.R., Catalogue Room. 

M.S., Map Stand. 

B., Boston. * 



L., 

Lpz., 

M., 

P-, 

N.P., 

Cop., 

[J 



( ) 



* * 



London. 

Leipzig. 

Madrid. 

Paris. 

No place of publication griven. 

Copyrighted. 

Enclose corrections or explanations. 

Stands for the preceding heading 

Stands for a subordinate heading. 

Enclose names not usually retained. 

Permission of one of the officers required to take the 

book out. Mit attached to Lower Hall copies of the 

same book. 
Book cannot leave the Library. 
Permission of Trustees required to take the book out. 



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



BATES HALL. 



Shelf. No. 
Acta sanctorum. Collegit [etc.] Joannes Bollandus. 
Operam et studium contulit Godefridus Hen- 
schenius. Ed. novissima, curante Joanne 
Carnandet. Bruxelles [etc.], 1852-68. 54 v. 
Illus. F" *»*6"60.1 ; ***6800.2 

Six volumes and a supplement have been published 
by the new Bollandists since 1868. For a list of the 
persons who compiled this work, see " Bibliotheque dcs 
^crivains de la Compagnie de J^sus," *2190.28, vol. 1, 
col. 688. 

Adams, H. C. Wykehamica. A history of Winches- 
ter college and commoners. Illus. Oxford, 
1878. 8» 2496.53 

Adams, J. Q. Memoirs. Vol. 12. Ed. by C. F. 

Adams. Phila., 1877. 8» 2340a.52 

Adams, W. H. D. English epigrams. With notes. 

L.[1878.] 8m. 8» 2559.56 

AONEW, D. H. Surgery. Hlus. In 2 v. Vol. 1. 

Phila., 1878. L. 8» *3742.57 

AlKD, T. Poetical works. 6th ed. With memoir, 

by J. Wallace. Edinb., 1878. Portr. Sm. 8° . 4567.64 

Allen, J. The blessed bees. N. T., 1878. 16o . . . 5897.21 

Almy, C.,jr., and Fuller, H. W. The law of mar- 
ried women in Massachusetts. B., 1878. 8" . 5638.11 

Amekican catalogue. The. VoL 1. Parti. N. Y., 

1878. 4' C. R. 23.4.8 

American philosophical society, PJiila. Catalogue 

of library. Part 1-3. Phila., 1863-78. 8» . . *2201.17 

Amsterdam. Mnseo national d'Amsterdam. 32 
planches gravies & I'eau forte, par William 
Unger. Amst. [1878.1 L. f » . ***35.H.l 

Anglo-American times, The. Vol. 22-24. L., 

1876-77. 3 V. in 1. F» *7370.3 

Annales de ddmographie Internationale. Recueil 

trimcstriel. P., 1877. Illus. 8» ♦6302.3 

Annales des ponts et chau8s6es. Memoires. 5e 

sir. T. 13. P., 1877. 8» *3346.1 

Annales du genie civil et recueil de memoires sur 
les ponts et chaussees [etc.]. 2e s^r. T. 6. 
P., 1877. 8« *8021.51 



Shelf. No 
Anthropological institute of Great Britain and 

Ireland, London. Journal. Vol. 7. L., 1878. 

8» *6235.50 

Appleton, J. H. A short course in qualitative.chemi- 

cal analysis. 3d ed. Phila., 1878. 12" ... . 3977.64 
Archiv fiir das Studium der neueren Sprachen und 

Literaturen. 31 Jahrg. B. 58. Braunschweig, 

1877. 8» »3368.1 

Archives de physiologic normale et pathologlque. 

Publlees par Brown-Sequard, etc. 2e s^r. 

T. 4. P., 1877 *7762.6 

Archives gcnerales de m^decine. Table alphab6tique 

(1863 k 1877). P., 1878. 8« *7724.50 

Archives of opthalmology and otology. Vol. 6. N. 

Y., 1877, 78. 8» *6808.50 

Ahistarchi, G. Legislation ottomane; 5e partie. 

Const., 1878. 8<> *5617.15 

Arnold, A. Social politics. L., 1878. 8« 3563.64 

Arnold, . T. English literature. 696-1832. N. T., 

1879 [1878]. 16» 2668a.fl0 

Taken from the " Encyclopsedia Britannica." 

Atkinson, W. P. On the right use of books. B., 

1878. 16* 2207.86 

Atwell, W. E. The Pauline theory of the Inspira- 

tioD of Holy Scripture. L., 1878. 8m. 8» . . 3438.66 
Avesta. Llvre 8acr6 des sectateurs do Zoroastre. 

T. 2. P., 1876. 8» 3022.61 

Aylward, a. The Transvaal of to-day. Bdinb., 

1878. Folded map. 8<> 3062.63 

Ayrshire breeders' association. The Ayrshire rec- 
ord. New ser., vol 2. B., 1878. 8» *3996.6a 

Baader, F. von. Sammtliche Werke. Vollstandige 
Ausgabe, herausg.durch Franz Hoffmann [etc.]. 
Lpz., 1851-60. 16 V. Portr. Facsimile. 8<>.5600a.61 

Bacon, F., Baron Verulam and VUcount St. Albans. 
Life and times of Francis Bacon. Extracted 
from the edition of his occasional writings by 
James Spedding. B., 1878. Portr. 2 v. 8<' . . 2468.64 

Baillon, (E.) H. Dictionnaire de botaniqne. T. 1. 

P., 1878. lUuB. 4» *3840.66 



BATES HALL 



January 



Shelf. No. 

Baker, H. B. Our old nctors. With portraits. L., 

187S. 2 V. 8" 2463.53 

Balch. G. T. a general classittcation of railway 
rigbts, realities and persoualities. 2d ed. 
N. y., 1878. F" *5650.50 

Baldamus, a. O. E. Illustrirtes Handbuch der 

Federviehzucbt. B. 2. Dresden, 1878. 8<> . . 4004.59 

Ball. H. 8. Astronomy. Revised by 8. Newcomb. 

N. Y., 1878. Sm. 8» 5929a.61 

Balzac, H. de. Correspondence. With a memoir 
by Madame de Surville. Tr. by C. Lamb Kcn- 

uey. L., 1878. 2 v. Portr. 8» 2640a.71 

— OEuvres complies. P., 1860-76. 24 v. Portr. 

[Edition delinitive.] 8° **2692.50 

Bamcel, F. D. Histoire des revolutions de I'esprit 
franyjiis de la langue et de la lilterature au 
moven age. Ouvrage posthume. P., 1878. 
Portr. S» 4676.62 

Bankeks' magazine. Vol. 37. L., 1877. S" . . . . *5365.1 

Banqu'IEK, J. Bibliographie de la Chanson de Ro- 
land. Heilbronn, 1877. 8« *6165.23 

Barberia'O, F. Del reggimento e costumi di donna, 
per cura del conte Carlo Baudi di Veeme. Bo- 
logna, 1875. Plate. 8o 4763.53 

Barbey d'Al'revillt, J. XIX" siecle. Lee oeuvres 
et les hommes. lre-5e partie. P., 1860-78. 
5 V. 18» 4690.29 

Barth, C. L., compiler. Ziir hundertjahrigen Auf- 
fUhruiig des Trauerspiels Hamlet. Zusammen- 
gesteilt von C. L. Barth. Berlin. [1877.] F» . .6590.1 

Contains a copy of the programme of the perform- 
ance of Hamlet Dec. 17, 1777, together witli the " Rollen- 
besetzung des Trauerspiels vom 17 Dec. 1777 bis 17 
Dec. 1877," including 278 performances. 

Barton, W. 8. A genealogical sketch of Artemas 
BuUard of Sutton, and his descendants. 
Wore, 1878. Illus. 8' *4432.53 

Bartow, E. Bartow genealogy. Part 1, 2. [Bait., 

1878.] Illus. 8» *4435.29 

Bassompierre, F., baron. Journal de ma vie. T. 

3, 4. P., 1875, 77. 2 v. S" 2641.60 

Baudrillaut, H. (J. L.) Histoire du luxe prive et 

public. T. 1. P., 1878. 8» 2305.56 

BEAUTEMPS-BEAUPRf:, C. J. Coutumes et institutions 
de I'Anjou et du Maine anterieures au XVI« 
siecle. Ire partie. P., 1877, 78. 2v. 8" . . . 4662.53 

B£dakride, J. Droit commercial. Livre ler. Titre 

7e. Des achats & rentes. 2e ed. Aix, 1878. 8». 5666.52 

Benedict, W. A., and Tracy. H. A. History of Sut- 
ton, Mass.; including Grafton until 1735; Mill- 
bury until 1813; and parts of Nortlibridge, 
Upton, and Auburn. Wore, 1878. Illus. 
8» *2354.58 

Berg, C. H. E.. Freiherr von. Geschichte der deut- 
schen Walder bis zum Schlusse des Mittelal- 
ters. Dresden, 1871. 8<> 3846.64 

Berg- und Huettenmaennische Zeitung. Jahrg. 36. 

Lpz., 1877. 4» *7873.2 

Besse, G. Petite chronique de la terre. P., 1878. 

Illus. 16» 5869a.56 

Bible. The Holy Bible in the authorized version 
[the New Testament in the Greek] ; with notes 
by Chr. Wordsworth. New ed. L., 1864-76. 
8 V. in 17 parts. L. 8« 3420a.53 

— Italian and Latin. La sacra Bibbia di Vence. 

Milano, 1830-40. Text, 17 v. in 14, 8°; Alias, 4">. 

♦5417.50; Atla^*5410a.l 

— La sacra Bibbia di Vence. Dissertazioni. Mila- 

no, 1830-35. 7 v. 8" *5416.52 

— The annotated Bible. By J. H. Blunt. [Vol. 1.] 

L., 1878. Maps. 4» 3411,56 

— The unerring guide; or Scripture precepts top- 

ically arranged by H. V. Dexter. Edinb. 
[1878.] 8m. 8« 3418.66 

— The book of Job. Essays, and a metrical para- 

phrase by R. W. Raymond. N. Y., 1878. 12". 3426.72 

— Selections from the Apocrypha [by M. W. Tiles- 

ton]. B., 1878. 160 5429a.81 

— The wisdom of Jesus, the son of Sirach ; or Ec- 

clesiasticus. [Edited by M. W. Tileston.l B., 

1878. 16» \ .6429a.80 

— The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour 

Jesus Christ. A fac-simile reprint of the cele- 
brated Genevan Testament. 1557. L. [1842.1 
8m. 8» \ . .6.284.30 

— A popular commentary on the New Testament. 

By English and American scholars of various 
Evangelical denominations. With illus. and 
maps. Ed. by Philip Schaff. In 4 v. Vol. 1. 

N. Y., 1879 [1878]. Plate. L. 8o 3412.68 

Contmu.— 1. Introduction. Hatthtw— Luke. I 



Shell. No. 
Bible, continued. 

— Epistles of St. John in Japanese. Tr. by J. C. 

Hepburn, S. H. Brown, and D. C. Greene. Yo- 
kohama, 1878. 8<> 5415.12 

— The Apocalypse. By Charles B. Waller. L., 

1878. 80 3414.55 

— Fry, F. Bibliographical description of the edi- 

tions of the New Testament. L.,1878. 4" . ***6181.5 
Bibliographie de Belgique. Journal offlciel de la 

librairie. lre-3me annee. BruxeUes, 1876-77. 

3 V. 8" *6145.60 

Bibliographie der Schweiz. Jahrg. 1-7. Ziirich, 

1871-77. 3v. 4" *6150.10 

Biddlecombe, 5t> G. Autobiography. L.,1878. S". 2468.63 
Bilder-Albl'M zur neueren Geschichte des Holz- 

schnitts in Deutschlands. Herausg. vom Al- 

hertverein. Mit Test vom Herm. Liicke. Lpz., 

1877. Plates. L. 8« *4061.38 

Bismarck-Sciioenhal'sen, O. (E. L.), Prim von. 

Letters, 1844-1870. Tr. by Fitz". Maxse. L., 

1878. 8m. 8« 2848.64 

— Same. N. Y., 1878. 16"> 2848.63 

Blunt, J. B. A key to the knowledge and use of the 

Book of common prayer. New ed. L., 1877. 

Sm. 8» 5447.78 

Blunt, J. H. Household theology. New ed. L., 

1877. 8» 3443.70 

Bonet-Maury, G. Gerard de Groote, un precurseur 

de la reforme au 14me siecle. P., 1878. 8» . . 2843.61 

BONlFAZio DA Nizza. Compendio della vita del beato 

Bernardo da Offida. Venezia, 1795. Portr. S". 5555.16 

Bon-temps, A. Sancta tetrarchia sanctorvm qvatvor 
ccEUobiarcharvra, Landelini, Vrsmari, Ermini, 
Dodonis. Dvaci, 1594. Sra. S" ***5659.56 

Book, A, of the names of all parishes, market towns, 
villages, hamlets, and smallest places, in Eng- 
land and Wales. L., 1668. 3 folded maps. 
Sm. 4» •6527.8 

BooxnBY, J. Statistical sketch of South Australia. 

L., 1876. Maps. 8» 5044.59 

Bordone, p. J. Garibaldi. P., 1878. Portr. 120 . 2749.57 

Boston illustrated. B., 1878. 16» 4457.9 

Boston museum. Play bills, Aug. 24, 1874-Aug. 6, 

1877. B., 1874-77. F» . . . *6190.1 

Boston theatre. Play bills, Aug. 24, 1874-Dec. 25, 

1876. B., 1874-76. F" •F.7.2 

BouLAY, J. N. Revision de la flore des departe- 
mcnts du Nord de la France, ler fascicule. 
Bibliographic et explorations (1877). Lille, 

1878. 18» 5849a.55 

BODLGER, D. C. The life of Yakoob Beg, Ameer of 

Kashgar. Map and appendix. L., 1878. S" . 5042.73 

BOULMIER, J. Villanelles, suivies de poesies en Ian- 
gage du xve sifecle. P., 1878. 18<> 26"9a.84 

BOURDILLON, F. W. Among the flowers, and other 

poems. L., 1878. Sra. 8" 4567.67 

BouTMY, E. Dictionnaire de la langue verte typo- 

graphique. P., 1878. 18* *6119.12 

BOTER DE Sainte-Suzanne, t^. V. C, baron de. 

Notes d'un curieux. Monaco, 1878. S" . . . 2691.52 

Bbassey, Annie. A voyage in the ' Sunbeam.' Illus. 

L.. 1878. 8» 2263.70 

Brialmont, a. La fortification du champ de bataille. 

Bruxelles, 1878. Plates. 8» 3944.62 

Briggs, S. a partial record of the descendants of 
Walter Briggs, of Westchester, N. Y. Cleve- 
land, 1878. 4» *4331.6« 

British museum, London. A guide to the exhibition 
rooms of the department* of natural history and 

antiquities. [L.] 1877. 8» 6828.4 

— A guide to the second vase room in the depart- 
ment of Greek and Roman antiquities. Part 
1,2. [L.] 1878. 2v.ini. Sm.8» *8077.21 

Brown, J., of Selkirk. Ethics and lesthetics of mod- 
ern poetry. By J. B. Selkirk [pset/d.]. L., 
1878. 8» 2666.51 

Brown, J. C, compiler. Pine plantations on the 

sand-wastes of France. Ediub., 1878. 80 . . 3846.68 

Browne, L. The throat and its diseases. 100 illus. 

Phila., 1878. L. 8« 3793.60 

Brownson, O. a. The convert, or leaves from my 
experience. New ed. by H. F. Brownson. 
N. Y., 1877. 12» 3467.68 

Brunet, G. Lareliureancienneetmodeme. Recueilde 
116 planches. Introduction par G. Brunet ac- 
compagneed'une table explicative. P., 1878. 4*.*6111.12 

These plates have already appeared in " Le bibliophile 
&an{ais," 6160.3. 

Brussels. Bureau d'hygiene. Annuairo de la mor- 
talite, et du mouvement de la population, par 
E. Janssena. 1877. lOe ann^e. Brux., 1878. 
Plate*. 8» •67fl6.T 



1879. 



BATES HALL 



Shelf. No. 

Bry, J. T. de. America das ist Krfindung vnd Offen- 
bahrung de Newen Welt, in dreyssig Scliiff- 
fahrten gefasset durch M. Philippuin Ziglorum 
von Wurtzburg. Getruckt zu Franckfurt am 
Mayn. 1617. Portr. Plates. F» ***4360.6 

BUCHON, M. Poesies. Poesies franc-comtoises ; 

Poesies de Hebel. Portr. 12» . . . No. 1 in 4676.64 

— Same. Romans. Le Matachin. Plate. 12°. 

No. 2 in 4676.64 

— Same. Chants populalres de la Franclie-Comte. 

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Magnus, P. Hydrostatics and pneumatics. L.,1878. 

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Malet, H. P. The beginnings. L.,1878. Plate. 8<>. 3868.78 

Marks, W. D. The relative proportions of the steam 

engine. Illus. Phila., 1879 [1878]. Vl" .... 4016.66 

Marmontel, A. Les pianistes celfebres. P., 1878. 18». 4047.51 

Marsden, J. Philomorus. Notes on the Latin poems 
of Sir Thomas More. 2d ed. \AnonA L., 
1878. Portr. S* 2453.51 

Mabsh, S. Section-cutting. A guide to the prepa- 
ration of sections for the microscope. Illus. 
L., 1878. SpQ. 8» 5929a.63 

Marzo, G. di'. Opere storiche, inedite sulla citti di • 
Palermo ed altre citti siciliane. Vol. 6. Pa- 
lermo, 1876. 8" 4816.5 

Mason, F. On the surgery of the feoe. 100 illus. 

L., 1878. 8» 3744.64 

The Lettsomian lectures, 1877, 78, originally pub- 
lished in the " Lancet." 

Mason, G. C. The old house altered. Illus. N. Y., 

1878. 8q. 120 4094.53 

Masque, A, of poets. Including Guy Vernon, a nov- 
elette in verse. B., 1878. le" 2396.55 

Massachusetts. Polony and province of Massachu- 
setts bay. Acts and resolves [etc.l. Vol. 3. 
B., 1878. 8» •6421.2 

^Contentt. — ViS-YlSl A.B. 

Rules and regulations for the Massachusetts 

army. Published by order. Salem, 1775. 8».*6438.6 

— Hoard of education. 41st annual report, 1876, 

77. B., 1878. 8» *6455.3 

— Legis.docs. Acts and resolves, 1878. B.,1878. 8"'.*6452.1 
MA88ACHU.SETTS historical society. Collections. 5th 

Ber., vol. 5. B., 1878. S" *4453.2 

Cmuttu.—6. Diaiy of Samuel Sewiill, 1CT4-1729. 



Shelf. No. 
Maurer, K. Beitrage zur Rechtsgeschichte des ger- 

manischen Nordens. Miiuchen, 1852. 8" . . . 5616.18 
Maurice, F. D. The unity of the New Testament. 

IstAmer. ed. B., 1879 [1878]. Portr. 8« . .3416.59 
Maxwell, S. D. The manufactures of Cincinnati. 

Cine, 1878. 8» 8014 66 

Mazel, A. Le retour de Jesus-Christ. P., 1878. 18". 3443.66 
Medlicott, W. G. Catalogue of a collection of 

books formed by [him]. B.,1878. 8"'. . . *6170a.56 

These books were selected mainly in reference to 
Anglo-Saxon literature, English ballads, English 
Bibles, bibliography, and Shakespeariana. Containi 
prices. 

Meehan, T. The native flowers and ferns of the 
United States. Vol. 1. Chromolithographs. 
B., 1878. 4» *3842.60 

Meblis, C. Im Nibelungenlande. Mythologische 
Wanderungen. Zeichnungen und Tafel. Stutt- 
gart, 1877. S" 2906.50 

Published mainly in Das Ausland for 1876. 

MEMORIAL du commerce et de I'lndustrie. Ire partie. 

T. 33, 2e ser. P., 1877. 8" *3306.1 

Men of mark. 3d ser. L.,1878. A'> *,*2240a.54 

Menier, i,. J. Atlas de la production de la richesse. 

P., 1878. 20 colored plates. 4» *3660.7 

M£ray, a. La vie au temps des libres precheurs : 
ou, les devanciers de Luther et de Rabelais. 
2e ed. T. 1. P., 1878. Plate. 8« 2297.73 

Meslieb, J. Abstract of [his] last will and testa- 
ment. By Voltaire. Tr. by Ellen Carroll. 
N. Y., n. d. 12"> 5469.59 

Michaut, N. ifcloge de Buffon. Pr6c6d6 d'une no- 
tice par imile Gebhart. P., 1878. 16» . . . . 4648.71 

Michelet, J. Les soldate de la revolution. P., 

1878. 18"> 4629a.64 

MiCHELL, N. Nature and life : including all the mis- 
cellaneous poems. With portr. and illus. L., 
1878. Sm. 80 4567.58 

Middlesex county manual. Lowell, 1878. 12"' . . . •4458.8 

Miles, M. Stock-breeding. N.Y., 1879 [1878]. 120. 3997.68 

Miller, C.~H. Songs of Italy. By Joaquin Miller 

[pseud.l. B., 1878. 12« 2397.87 

MiTFORD, Mary R. Ourvillage. Illus. L., 1879 [1878]. 

Sm. 4» 2561.70 

Mittheildngen aus Justus Perthes' geographischer 
Anstalt ueber wichtige neue Erforschungen auf 
dem Gesammtgebiete der Geographic. 23 B. 
Gotha, 1877. 4» •6271.1 

MODE, La, illuslree. 18eann^e. P., 1877. F» . . . . *8660.1 

Money, E. The cultivation and manufacture of tea. 

3d ed., enl. L., 1878. 8« 3993.67 

MONITEUR, Le, sciectiflque. T. 19. P., 1877. 8" . . •5260.10 

Montaiglon, a. de, and Rothschild, J. de, ed. 
Recueil de poesies fran9oi8es des xv. et xvie 
sifecles. T. 1-13. P., 1855-78. 13 v. 16» . . 4659.62 

Rothschild's name appears only on the title-page of 
vol. 10-13. 

MONTANO, G. B. Diversi omamenti capricciosi per 
depositi o altari. Dati in luce da Giovanbatista 
Soria. Roma, 1625. Illus. F" •8090.55 

MONTREUIL, T. La bibliothfeque nationale, son ori- 

gine et ses accroissements. P., 1878. 8». . . •2202.36 

Moody, D. L., and others. " The gospel tidings." 
Sermons and addresses [etc.] . Illus. B.,1878. 
Portrs. 8<> 3647.66 

Moody-Stcart, K. Brownlow North. Records and 

recollections. L., 1878. Portr. 8<> 2457.64 

The life of an evangelist of the Free church of Scot- 
laud. 

Moore, R. The universal assistant, and complete 
mechanic, or 50,(X)0 industrial facta, etc. 443 
engravings. N. Y.,1878. 8» 4017.S6 

MoRELL, J. D. Philosophical fragments. L., 1878. 

Sm. 8« 5604.69 

Morris, M. C. O'C. Hibernia venatica. With photo- 
graphs. L., 1878. Portrs. 8« 2478.12 

Morris, W. B. The life of Saint Patrick. L., 1878. 

Sm. 8» 3569.76 

MoscBELES, I. Ftinfzig Praludien fiir das Piano. 

Neue Ausg. 73es Werk. Lpz., n. d. 4», obl.8052.78 
— Studien fiir das Pianoforte. Neue Ausg. Lpz., 

n. d. 2 Hefte in 1 v. 4» 8050.76 

Moscow. Societi imp^riale des naturalistes. Bulle- 

tin. T. 52. 1877. Moscow, 1877. 1 v. in 2. 8».*3817.60 

Moss, J. The cotton manufacturers, managers, and 
spinners' new pocket guide. 4th ed. Man- 
chester. [1878.] 160 8010.32 



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Mother Goose rhymes with silhouette illus. by J. E. 

Goodridge. B., 1879 [1878]. 16°, obi 2408.84 

Mother Goose's melodies : or sonjrs for the nursery. 
Illustrations in color by Alfred Kappes. B., 
1879 [1878]. 8m. 4° 2401.54 

This is printed apparently from the same plates as the 
edition published at New York in 1809. The illustra- 
tions iu color take the place of the spirited illustra- 
tions by Henry L. Stephens, found in tlie original edi- 
tion. The name of the editor, and author of the sketch 
of The Goose or Veryoose family, William A. Wheeler,' 
is omitted. 

Mt. Holyoke seminary, South TTadley, 3fass. Cata- 
logue of the Memorandum society, and of the 
ahunnffi, 1837-77. Springfield, 1S78. 4". . . *J390.49 

MowRY, \V. A. The descendants of Nathaniel Mowry, 

of Rhode Island. Prov., 1878. Hcliolypes. 8».*4333.57 

— A family history. Richard Mowry, of IJxbridge, 

Mass. His ance.--tors and liis descendants. 

Prov., 1878. Illus. Portr. 8° *2334.58 

MOZLEY, J. B. The theory of development. A crit- 
icism of Dr. Newman's essay on the Develop- 
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Keprintcd from the " Christian remembrancer," Jan. 
1*»7. 

Mdeller von Koenigswinter, W. Lorelei. Rhei- 

nisches tJagenbuch. 2te Aufl. Kiiln, 18.57. 16" . 2875.68 
MciR, Sir W. The Coran. L. [1878.] Sm. 8" . . . 5489a.68 
Murray, J., publisher. Handbook for travellers in 
Northamptonshire and Rutland. With map. 
L., 1878. 8» *2468.66 

— Handbook for travellers in Turkey in Asia in- 

cluding Constantinople. 4th ed. Maps and 

plans. L.,1878. Sm. 8» *o089a.l5 

MUTio, M. Sacra istoria di Bergamo. Milano, 1719. 

Sm. 4» 5651.9 

Neaves, C., baron leaves. The Greek anthology. 

Edinb., 1874. le* 4999a.59 

Neili,, E. D. Early settlement of Virginia and Vir- 

giniola, as noticed by poets and players in the 

time of Shakspcare, vitli letters on the English 

colonization of America, never before printed. 

Minneapolis, 1878. 8« *4372.66 

Nede Jahrbiicher fiir Philogie und Paedagogik. B. 

116,116. Lpz., 1877. 2v. 8» *4963.1 

Neoe Pitaval, Der. Neue serie. B. 13. Lpz., 1878. 

8» *5699.1 

Neue Zeitschrift fiir Musik. B. 73. Lpz., 1877. 4». *4043.1 
Neville, H. G. The stage : its past and present in 

relation to fine art. L., 1875. 8o 2473.57 

New Dominion tnonthly for 1877. Part 2. Montreal, 

1877. 8» .*5256.50 

New England historical and genealogical register. 

Vol. 31. B., 1877. 8» *2335.1 

New England journal of education. Vol. 5, 6. B., 

1877. 2v. in I. 4» *7590.8 

Newmarch, G. N. Truth and error in religious 

belief: an exposition of the Nicene creed. 

Cirencester, 1878. Sm. 8" 3443.63 

New York genealogical and biographical record. 

Vol. 8. N. Y., 1877. 8° '►2337.55 

NiAUDET, A. Telephones ct phonographes. 24 

gravures. P. [1878.] 8» 3966.67 

Nineteenth century. The. A monthly review, ed. 

by James Knowles. Vol. 1, 2. L., 1877. 2 v. 

L. 8» '►7265.5 

Norfolk county. Comity coniminHionern. Index to 

the records of the court of sessions and of 

county commissioners relating to highways 

[etc.]. 1793-1877. n. p. [1877.] n. t. p. F» . '►6450.4 
Northrop, B. G. Economic tree planting. N. Y., 

1878. 8» 3846.67 

Keprinfed from the Brport of the Connecticut State 
board of agricnllure. 

Nostitz, Pauline, ronnte»x, formerly Madame ITelfer. 
Travels of Dr. and Madame Heifer in Syria, 
Mesopotamia, Btirmah and other lands. Ren- 
dered into English by Mrs. George Sturije. 
L., 1878. 2 v. 8» 5045.67 

Numismatic chronicle, The. New ser., vol. 17. L., 

1877. 8« '►6213.1 

Ogilby, J. Britannia depicta. 4th ed. [L.J 1736. 

8» '►^'►6586.15 

Oliphant, T. L. K. The old and middle English. 

L.,1878. Sm. 8« 2489a.75 



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OosTERZEE, J. J. van. Practical theology. Transl. 

L., 1878. 8» 3451.63 

O'Reilly, J. B. Songs, legends, and ballads. B., 

1878. 16« 2397.88 

A new edition, with additional poems, of " Songs from 
the Southern seas," published in 1873, 1355.4. 

Orlebar, Eleanor E. Sancta Christina. L., 1878. 

Sm. 8° 3443.73 

A story illustrating the giowth of early Christianity 
in £truria during the first century. 

Owen, R. Memoirs on the extinct wingless birds of 
New Zealand, England, Australia, Newfound- 
land, Mauritius, and Rodriguez. L., 1879 
[1878]. 2v. Plates. 4» '►,♦3900.54 

Paine, H. D., ed. Paine family records. No. 1. 

Nov. Albany, 1878. 8» '►4434.63 

Pajot, J. Du progres par les societes de secours 

mutuels. P., 1878. 16« 3566.70 

Paleographical society, London. Fac-similes of 
manuscripts and inscriptions. Ed. by E. A. 
Bond and E. M. Thompson. Parts 1-8. L., 
l!>73-78. Plates. F° '►6110a.l5 

Palliser's model homes. Bridgeport. [1878.] 8« . 4094.54 

Paris. Cnnseil municipal. Proc6s-verbaux, 1877. 

P., 1878. 40 '►6631.60 

Rapports el documents [1-93]. P., 1878. Fold- 
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Exposition vniverselle intemationale. 1878. 

— Catalogue offlciel, publl<5 par le commissariat 

general. P., 1878. Vol. 1-5, 7. 8« *4026.52 

Tlie Gazette des beaux-arts, Oct.-Dec., 1878, 73IOa..W», 
is entirely devoted to the Paris exhibition. There are 
articles by Edward H. Knight in Lippincott's magazine, 
7;!4.5.1 22. 

— Catalogue general de I'exposition speciale de la 

ville de Paris et du departement de la Seine. 

P., 1878. 80 '►4025.67 

— Catalogue of the United States collective exhibi- 

tion of education. Compiled by J. D. Phil- 
brick, and published by direction of the Com- 
missioner-general. L.", 1878. Sm. 80 . . . . 3597.64 

— Chefs-d'oeuvre d'art k I'exposition '►^'►C.F.4.1 

— France. Notice sur le debit et les emplois du 

sapin, de I'epicea et du meleze, par M. G allot. 3843.66 

Published in numbers. Incomplete. 

Catalogue raisonne des collections expos^es par 

I'administration des forets 4026.63 

— Gluecq, — . L'album de I'exposition. Vues. %*C.F.6.1 

Published in numbers. Incomplete. 

— Lacroix, E. fitudes '►8023.30 

— Los p.iys etrangers et I'exposition. Par C. La- 

marro [etc.]. P., 1878. 16 v. Folded maps 

and plates. 18«. 

Namely: — 

Angletcrre '►4026.54 

Autriche '►4026..55 

Belgique *4026.56 

La tJhine et le Japon '►4026.57 

Le Danemark '►4026.58 

L'%ypte, la Tunisic, le Maroc '►4026.59 

Les Ktats-Unis '►4026.60 

La Grece *4026 61 

L'Inde brittanlque '►4026.62 

L'ltalie '►4^)20.63 

Les Pays-Has '►4026.64 

La Perse, le Slam, et le Cambodge *4026.65 

Le Portugal '►4026.66 

La Russle '►4026.67 

Sufcde et Norw^go '►4026.68 

LaSuisee '►4026.69 

Par«loe, J. Our railways. L., 1878. 8» 4016.67 

PA88ERONI, G. C. Rime. Milano, 1775-1802. 10 v. 

160 4777.66 

Pater, W. ' The renaissance. 2d ed. L., 1877. 8« . 4077.70 
Peabody, Elizabeth P., and Mann, Mary. Aft<^r kin- 
dergarten—what? A primer. N. Y. [1878.] 

jgo 5598.61 

Pennsylvania magazine of history and biography. 

Vol. 1. Phlla., 1877. 8« '►5335.1 

Pfrfz B. Les trois premieres anndes de I'enfant. 

P., 1878. 18». 5604.70 



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PETOfiFI, A. Le chevalier Jean, conte magyar, suivi 

de quelques pifeces lyriqucs. Trad. P., 1877. 

18* 4879a.78 

Phii^delphia photographer. Phila., 1877. 8» . . *7972.1 
Philip, R. Maiilv piety. With a ineinoir by his son. 

Newcd. Edinb., 1879 [1878]. Sn^S* . . . .3445.69 
Philips, J. P., pseud. See Dirand, J. P. 
Phiulipps, W. F. M., comjiiUr. Comic birthday 

book. L., 1878. Sra. 8» 4o69a.85 

PniLOSOPHlscHE Monatshefte. Red. und herausg. 

von C. Schaarschniidt. 13 Band. Lpz., 1877. 

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Phipson, T. L. The storm and its portents. Scenes 

from the reign of Louis XVI. L., 1878. S* . .4623.51 
Photographic news, The. Vol. 21. L., 1877. 8" . *7972.2 
PiCARD, H. Traite des maladies de la vessie et de 

I'affection calculeuse. 184 figures. P., 1878. 8o.*3746.68 
PlCTURESQlE Europe. [Vol. 3.] L. [1878.] 4<> . »,*2270.51 
PlTAVAlx, E. Marie Antoinette, la reine de France 

decapitee : on, autrichienne et francaise. 3e 6d. 

Zurich. [1878.1 1 v. in 2. 8« 4644.60 

PiTON, C. A practical treatise on china painting in 

America. With folio album of plates. [Trans- 
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4029.90; Atl. *4020a.55 
Planus, Vabbe — . Saint Jean Baptiste. ^ude sur 

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Plato. Socrates. A translation of the Apology, 

Crito, and parts of the Phaedo. N. Y., 1879 

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Playfair, W. British family antiquity. L.flSOS- 

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Pope, A.,/^. Upland game birds and water fowl of the 

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Popular science review. The. Vol.16. L., 1877. 8'>.*7815.1 

Prantl, C. von. Verstehen und Beurtheilen. Miin- 

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Praxiteles. Hermes mit dem Dionysos-knaben, ein 
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Pritzel, Or. A., ed. Thesaurus literaturse hotanicae 

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Proctor, R. A. Pleasant ways iu science. L , 1879 

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The essays are taken chiefly from the Contemporary 
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Prudenzano, F. Francesco d'Assisl e il sue secolo. 

Studii. 2a ed. Napoli, 1858. Plate. 8<> . . . 5551 11 

Pruefer, H. Die Wollen und Halbwollen-Stuckfar- 

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Prtce. J. The ancient British church. L., 1878. 

^ Sm. 80 3529.68 

PuRCHAs, S. Ilaklvytus posthumus or Pvrchas his 
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& others. London, 1625, 26. 5 v. Folded 
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Pdtnam, G. Sermons preached in Roxbnry." B 

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Raden, "W. Switzerland. Illus. L., 1878. P<> . . »»*2860 7 
Radical review. The. Ed. by B. R. Tucker. Vol. 1. 

New Bedford, 1877-78. 8" *7302.8 

Ramage, C. T. Bible echoes in ancient classics. 

Edinb., 1878. 8« 3417.59 

Passages from the Bible with parallel passages, both 
the original texts and translations, from the Greek and 
Latin authors. 

Bamsat, a. C. The physical geology and geogra- 

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KAND, McN ALLY AND CO., piibHsfiera. Business atlas 

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KASPE, R. E. The adventures of Baron Munchausen. 

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Batisbonne, M. T. The life and times of St.Ber- 

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Bad, C. H. Lehrbuch der politischen Oekonomie. 
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Rawle, W. B. The right flank at Gettysburg. Phila., 

1878. Folded map. 8o *2320a.71 

Begia accademia di scienze, lottere, e d'arti, Modena. 

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Revue de rinstruction publique en Belgique. T. 

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Rice, H. Select poems. B., 1878. 16» 2397.89 

RiCH.ARDSON, B. W. Total abstinence. L., 1878. 8». 3797.74 
Richardson, C. F., and Clark, H. A., ed. The 

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BiDDfiLL, R. The artisan. Illus. Phila., 1879 

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RiDGELY, J. L. Historv of American odd fellow- 
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Portrs. 8» 3563.62 

BiHMER, A. Pleasant spots around Oxford. Illus. 

L. [1878.] 80 2493.54 

BlOLA, H. How to learn Russian. L., 1878. Sm. 8''. 30.37.18 

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Rivet, G. Victor Hugo chez lul P. [1878.] le* . . 4648.70 
RiviSTA europea. Kuova ser. Vol. 3, 4. Firenze, 

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Robertson, J. D. A handbook to the coinage of 

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Roche, A. Histoire des principaux ecrivains fran- 

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BODWELL, G. F. Etna : a history of the mountain 

and its eruptions. Maps and illust. L., 

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Rogers, M.ay. The Waverley dictionary : an alphabeti- 
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Rome. Commissiotie archeologica communale. Bul- 

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ROSCHER, W. Principles of politic.ll economy. With 
an essay on the historical method in political 
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Ross, J., ed. The book of Scottish poems: an- 
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Ross, J. W. Tacitus and Bracciolini. The Annals 
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L. b» 2942.6 

The author seeks to prove that the author of the An- 
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Bossi, G. B. La Roma sotterranea cristiana descritta 

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Rossiter, W. An illustrated dictionary of scientific 

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Bocgier, J. C. P. La liberty commerciale, les dou- 

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Bous, F. Thule, or vertues historic. Printed for the 

Spenser society. [Manchester.] 1878. 8ra.4<> . *2552.53 
RovEL, J. J. Des institutions militaires de la troi- 

sieme r^publique. Par J. J. R*»**. P., 1878. 8». 3956.60 
Royal geographical society, London. Proceedings. 

Vol.21. Sess. 1876, 77. L., 1877. 8« *6266.1 

RozAN, C. Le jeune homme. Lettres d'un ami. P., 

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Bade, D. A. F. de. Idee sur les romans. P., 1878. 

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Sainte-Palaye, J. B. de La C. de. Dictionnaire 

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Niort, 1878. 4» *6681 3 

Salomon, H. Vingt melodies. P., 1878. 8» . . . . 8052.76 
Samling af Sweriges Gamla Lagar, utgifven af O. J. 

Schlyter. Stockholm [etc.], 1827-77. 13 v. 

Plates. Fac-similes. 4" ♦7610.11 

The first two volumes have: utgifven af H. S. Collin 
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Sand, George, pseud. See Dudevant, Amantine 
L. A. D 

Santi, or Sanzio, Raflfaello (Raph.nel), da Urbino. 
Loggien im Vatican zu Rom. Xach don Stichen 
von Volpato in Lichtdruck ausgefiihrt von 
Rommler& Jonas. Dresden. [1878.] F<>.***Cab. G.2.17 

In the Tosti collection of the Public library is a copy 
of G. Volpato's Loggie di Raflacle nel Vaticano, Rome, 
1776, of which this is a reduced fac-siraile. 

— Tapeten im Vatican zu Rom nach den Kartons 

im Kensington-Museum. In Lichtdruck aus- 
gefiihrt von L. Koch. Mit ErlSuterungen von 
V. K. Schembcra. Wlen, 1878. F*, obi. 

S»Cab.G.2.16 



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Shelf. No. 

Sarcey, F. Com6diens et comediennes. La coni6- 
die fran(;aiso. Notices par F. Sarcey. Por- 
traits d'artistes, graves par L. Gaucherel. [!« 
ser. 1» -168 livraison.] P., 1876. 8" . . . . *4640a.50 

SCHACHT, H. Les arbres. Trad, par ;6douard Mor- 

ren. 2e ed. Illustree. Bruxelles, 1864. 8" . 3844.51 

SCHLEIDEN, M. I. Fur Baum und Wald. Lpz., 1870. 

8° 3846.63 

Schmidt, R. Hamlet. Ein Commcntar fUr Laien. 

Lpz., 1878. 16" 4599.24 

Schmidt's Jahrbiieher der in- und auslandischen 
gesammten Medlclu. B. 173-176. Lpz., 1877. 
4 V. in 2. 8" *7721.1 

SCHROEK, C. J. Goethe's aiissere Erscheinung. 

Wien, 1877. 8» 2346.64 

Schubert, F. L. Concordia. Anthologie lilassi- 
scher Vollislieder fiir Pianoforte und Gesang. 
Herausg. von F. L. Schubert. 7te Aufl. Lpz., 
[1874, - ?] 4 V. L. 8» 4042.71 

SCHDHD, M. Sentences et proverbes du Talmud et du 
Midrasch, sulvis du traite d'Aboth. P., 1878. 
L. 8» 3481.53 

Science gossip. Vol.13. L., 1877. 8» *7911.1 

Secession songs. [A collection of 181 songs.] 

1861-63. F" ,**4390.8 

These sonffs were printed on broadsides for the use of 
the Southern soldiers in the Civil war of 1861-C5. Of 48 
that have a place of publication mentioned, 35 are said 
to have been printed at Baltimore. There are a few- 
prayers included. 

Seelhorst, G. Die Philadelphia-Ausstellung und 

was sie lehrt. Nordlingen, 1878. lilus. 16°. 4026.51 

Selkirk, J. B., jyseud. See Brown, J., of Selkirk. 

Sergeant, L. New Greece. L. [1878.^ Folded 

maps. S" 3072.51 

Sewell, W. The microscope of the New Testament. 

Ed. by W. J. Crichton. L., 1878. 8» . . . . 3423.56 

A critical examination of various passages of the Nev? 
Testament. 

Shakespeare, C. St. Paul at Athens: spiritual 
Christianity in relation to some aspects of 
modern thought. Nine sermons. L., 1878. 
Sm. 8» 3443.68 

Shakespeare, W. Complete works. Memoir by 

Alex. Chalmers. lUus. B. [1878.] 8" . . . 6590a.9 

— Dramatic works and poems, with notes by 8. W. 

Singer, and a life by Charles Symmons. N.Y., 
1855-71. 2 v. Plates. 8" 6590a.8 

— Katharine and Petruchio as presented by Edwin 

Booth. N.Y., 1868. 16" 6598.48 

— Much ado about nothing. Ed. with notes, by "W. 

J. Rolfe. With engravings. N.Y., 187U [1878]. 

16» 6599.36 

— Notizen zur historischen Uebersicht der Shake- 

speareschen Kiinigsdramen. Mit einer Stamm- 

tafel. Berlin, 1878. W 6595.8 

Sheldon, G. W. American painters. With 83 ex- 
amples engraved. N.Y., 1879 [1878]. 4» . .4062.30 

Shelley, P. B. Minor poems. B., 1878. 16" . . . 4567.61 

Bherer, J. Rural life described and illustrated, in 
tlie management of horses, dogs, etc. Illus. 
L. [1867.] 8" *4003.52 

Sherman, W. T. Address. Phila., 1878. S" . . **4324.70 

Shields, J. E. A treatise on engineering construc- 
tion. Illus. N.Y., 1877. 12" 4017.66 

Shore, C. J., 2red baron Teignniouth. Reminiscen- 
ces of many years. Edlnb., 1S78. 2 v. 80 . 2453.54 

SiMMONDS, P. L. The commercial products of the 

sea. 32 illus. L., 1879 [1878]. 8<> 3826.51 

Simon, J. F. 8. 8., called Jules. Le gouvernement de 

M. Thiers, 1871-1873. P., 1878. 2 v. 8" . . . 4625.53 

Simon in, L. Les grands ports de commerce de la 

France. P., 1878. 16» 3658.6 

Skelton, J. Essays in romance and studies from 

life. Edinb., 1878. 8" 2552.56 

A collection of various contributions to magazines 
under the pseudonym of " Shirley." 

Bmiles, S. Robert Dick, baker of Thurso, geologist 

and botanist. Portrs. Illus. L., 1878. 8" . 2457.56 
Smith, E. William Cobbett. L., 1878. Portr. 2 v. S'. 2459.67 
Smith, Hannah. Through a needle's eye. By Hesba 

8tretton[;)««!<rf.]. L., 1879 [18781. 2v. Sm. 8». 2559.54 
Smith, R. M. The Burlington Smiths. A family 

history. I'hila., 1877. Plates. Fac-similes. 

4" *4331.58 

Smith, W. American text books of art education. 

Freehand drawing. No. 1-5. B.,1875. Obi. 8». 4068.34 

— Same. Geometrical drawing. No. 1-4. B.,1875. 

8<>, obi 4068.36 



Shelf. No 

Smith, W., continued. 

— Same. No. 1-3. Intermediate course. B., 1875. 

10", obi 4069.56 

— Same. Model and object drawing. No. 1, 2. B., 

1875. 8», ob! 4068.33 

— Same. Perspective drawing. No. 1-3. B., 

1875. 8">, obi 4068.32 

Soci6t^: academique de I'Aube. Collection de docu- 
ments inedits relatifs ^ la ville de Troves et & 
la Champagne m6ri«lionale. T. 1. Troyes, 
1878. 8» *4614.51 

SocifiTft aslatique, Parin. Journal asiatique. 7e ser. 

T. 9. P., 1877. 8» *5027.1 

SociIiTt de I'histoire de France. Annualre-buUetin. 

P., 1875-77. 3 V. 8» *4615.50 

SocifiTi^; dcs bibliophiles bretons. L'iraprimerie en 
Bretagne au xve allele. Nantes, 1878. Fac- 
similes. 8» *6113.ia 

Contains a fac-simile black letter reprint of " Le tres- 
passement nostre dame," printed at Br£hant-Loud£ac 
by Robin Foucquet, in 1484. 

SocifeTi; des gens de lettres. Catalogue general des 
romans, nouvelles [etc.], qui peuvent etre re- 
produits par les journaux, en vertu d'un traits 
annuel avec la Societe. Mars 1873. [Also, 
Chronique de la Societe, etc., 1877. 36 pp.] 
P., 1873. L. 8» *6161.11 

SociKTfi geologique do France, Paris. Bulletin. T. 
1, and 3e ser., t. 4. P., 18:10, 76. 2 v. 8«. 

*5857.1; *5867.1 

Stanley, A. P. The East and the West: a sermon 
preached in Trinity Church, Boston. B., 1878. 
b» 5442.51 

Stanley, Maud A. Work about the Five dials. 

[A71071 ] L., 1878. 8m. 8« 5577.75 

Stanley, W. F. A descriptive treatise on mathe- 
matical drawing instruments. 5th ed. L., 1878. 
Illus. 8° 4068.36 

Stedman, a. M. M. Oxford : its social and intellec- 
tual life. L., 1878. 8m. 8« . 2498.53 

8rr.FHt:iiSoy, h., jr., compiler. A memorial volume 
containing the exercises at the dedication of the 
statue of John A. Andrew, at Hingham, Oct. 
8, 1875. B., 1873. Illus. Sm. 4» 4341.57 

Stevenson, D. Life of Robert Stevenson. Edinb., 

1878. Illus. <>ortr. 8» 2440a.56 

To be distinguished from Robert Stephenson, the 
railway engineer. He is principally known for his 
labors in the erection of light-houses. 

Stockdale, J. Annales Caermoelenses : or, annals 

of Cartmel. Ulverston, 1872. Plate. 80 . . . 2494.58 

Stokes, Margaret. Early Christian architecture in 

Ireland. Illus. L., 1878. 4» *4092.51 

Stonhenge, pseud. See Walsh, J. H 

Story, W. W. Ode on the anniversary of the fifth 
half century of the landing of Gov. John Endl- 

cott. Salem, 1878. 8m. 4» *2354.58 

Delivered before the Essex institute, Sept. 18, 1878. 

Stowe, H. (E.) B. Uncle Tom's cabin ; or, life among 
the lowly. New ed., with illus., and a bibliog- 
r.iphy, by George Bullen. B., 1879 [1878]. 8«.*»*2395.56 

Stretton, Hesba, pseud. See Smith, II. 

Stubbs, C. W. Village politics : addresses and ser- 
mons on the labour question. L.,1878. Sm. 8». 3577.81 

SUCHAUX, L. Galerie heraldo-nobiliairo de la 

Franche-Comt6. P., 1878. 2 v. 8" 2637.52 

Sunday, The, at home. L., 1H77. 8» •7272.50 

Sweetser, M. F., «rf. Landseer. B., 1879 [1878]. 16». 4069.58 

— Leonardo da Vinci. B., 1879 [1878]. 16» . . .4069.57 

— Turner. B., 1878. 16" 4069.55 

Symonds, J. A. Shelley. L.,1878. 8<> 2459.63 

Symons's monthly meteorological magazine. Vol. 12. 

L.,1877. 8» . *3967.67 

Taylor, B. Prince Deukalion. [A lyrical drama.] 

B., 1878. 8», 1. p 2402.68 

In previous Bulletins, and in many catalogues, J., or 
James, is prefixed to Bayard Taylor's name. This ia 
owing to the fact that lie himself when a boy added the 
initial J., and in his early book Ximcna llie name Is 
found James Bayard Taylor. In a recently published 
letter Mr. Taylor states that James is no part of his name. 

Taylor, J. E. Flowers; their origin, shapes, per- 
fumes, and colours. B., 1878. Illus. 16» . . 3847.66 

Taylor, 'i'. The fool's revenge, as presented by 

Edwin Booth. N. Y., 1878. 16» 6575.6 

Tegg, W. The telephone and the phonograph. L., 

1878. Sm. 8* 3969.78 



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Telegraphic journal and electrical review. Vol. 6. 

L., 1877. 8° »5960a.2 

Tempesta, a. [Life of St. Antony. 27 plates and 

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For a description uf this book see A. Bartscli, vol. 17, 
p. 139. On the lower margin of each plate are descrip- 
tions in Latin and Italian of the scenes depicted above. 

Teniers, G. Les mystferes de Venise : ou, Marino 
Marinelli le batard du Doge. Nouveau recit 
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Thaxter, Celia. Drift-weed. [Poems.] B., 1879 

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Thevet, a. Les singularit^z do la France antarc- 
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Thiehry (J. N.) a., ed. Recueil des monuments 
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1870. 4" 6640.54 

Thiersch, H. W. J. The booli of Genesis ; its moral 
and prophetic a.-ipects. Tr. by L. Thiersch. 
L., 1878. 8« 3426.73 

Thoinan, E. Un bisaieul de Molifere. Recherches 
8ur les Mazuel, musiciens des xvi« et xvil« 
siecles. Allies de la famille Poquelin. P., 
1878. yi" 4669a.70 

Thomas, J. W. A treatise on coal, miue-gases, and 

ventilation. L., 1878. 8» 3977.63 

Thomas, L. B. Genealogical notes. Part 2. Illus. 

Bait., 1878. 4» 2330.17 

Thompson, L. O. The prayer-meeting and its im- 
provement. 3d ed. Chic, 1878. 16<> 3443.67 

Thomson, J. T. Social problems : an inquiry into the 

law of influences. L., 1878. 8"> 3566.69 

Thornblry, (G.) W., and Walford, E. Old and 

new London. Vol. 6. L. [1878.J 4» 2493.5 

Conleru*. — G. The southern suburbs by E. Walford. 

Thorpe, (W?) ed. Coal: its history and uses. 

Uy Profs. Green, Miale, Thorpe. Riicker, and 

Marshall. L., 1878. Illus. 8" 3866.63 

Thwisg, C. F. American colleges : their students 

and work. N. Y., 1878. lb' 5599.67 

TiELE, C. P. Outlines of the history of religion to 

the spread of the universal religions. Transl. 

from the Dutch by J. Estlin Carpenter. B., 

18"7. 8» 5487.72 

TUiESTON, Mary W., compiler. The blessed life. 

Hymns. B.,1878. le" 5447.77 

TissERAND, E. Histoire de la revolution fran^aise 

dans les Alpes-maritimes. Nice, 1878. 8" . . 4622.10 
TissOT. V. Vienne et la vie viennoise. 7e 6d. P., 

1878. \S' 2838.51 

TOPLADY, A. M. Rock of ages. B., 1879 [1878]. 

Illus. 40 3446.84 

TOSELLI, G. B. Recueil de 3,176 prouerbl [etc.] nis- 

sart. Nissa, 1878. 16" 2679a.83 

Trask, W. B., compiUr. Choever pedigree, n. t. p. 

n. p. [1878.J Broadside *4331.57 

Only thirty copies printed. 

Tn-ER, M. C. A history of American literature. Vol. 

1,2. N.Y., 1878. 2 v. 8<> 2391.51 

Content*. — A.D. 1C07-1765. 

Unflad. L., compiler. Die Goethe Literatur in 
Dcutschland, von 1781 bis 1877. Miinchen, 
18''8. 8« *6166.39 

— Die Schiller-Literatur in Deutschland, von 1781 

bis 1877. Miinchen, 1878. 8" *6166 38 

United States. Dep. of the interior. F. V. ffay- 

den's survey of the territories. Bulletin [Ko. 

1-4]. Vol.3. Wash., 1877. 8» *7872.63 

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[and inventions] for the half year Jan.-June 

inclusive. [Wash., 1878.] n. t. p. 8». Patent Room 

Catalogue of the library. Wash., 1878. 4" . *6200.22 

Bureau of engineers. Geological explorations 

of the 40th parallel. Vol. 1. Wash., 1878. 

lUus. 40 •7860.16 

CofUeiK*. — Systematic geology, by CTaience King. 

— Dent, of the navy. Bureau of navigation. 

American ephemeris and nautical almanac, 

1881. Isted. Wash., 1878. S" *7941 1 

-^'°'^<i' observatory. Researches on the motion 

of the moon made at the United States naval 
observatory, Washington, by 8. Newcomb. 
Part 1. Wash., 1878. 4« . *392i 67 

— Geolog. and geog. surreys. Birds of the 

Colorado valley. By Elliott Coues. 70 illus. 
Wash., 1878. 8« *3904.55 



January, 



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Untversitt magazine. [New ser.] Vol. 1. L., 

1878. 8» *7264.1 

Has formerly been called "Dublin university maga- 
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Upham, W. p., ed. Town records of Salem, Octo- 
ber 1, 1634, to November 7, 1659. Salem, 1868. 
80 •4353.65 

Vail, T. H. The comprehensive church ; or, Chris- 
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12° 3547.64 

Vaxles, F. De I'alienation des forets. P., 1865. 

8» 3846.61 

Vaughan, H. H. New readings and new renderings 
of Shakespeare's tragedies. Vol. 1. L., 1878. 
8» 6593.10 

C<m<«H<«. — King John; Richard II; Henry IV, part 
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Vaverai, J. N. L. de. L'^lection de Vitry le Fran- 
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Verax, pseud. See Dcnckley, H. 

Verne, J. Un capitaine de quinze ans. Ire partle, 

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Verri, a. Le awenture di Safto poetessadiMitilene. 

[Anon.] Milano, 1824. Plate. 16" . . . •**6779a.27 

The author pretends to hare tianslated this work from 
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Vierteljahrs-Catalog aller neuenErscheinungen 

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Lpz. [1872-77.] 6 v. 8» •6162.16 

VlLLARl, P. Niccol6 Machiavelli and his times. 

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Vincent, M.R. Gates into the Psalm-country. N.Y. 

[1878.] 12" 3426.74 

Vischer, F. Gothe's Faust. Neue Beitrage zur 

Kritik des Gedichts. Stuttg., 1875. 8» . . . . 4876.52 
Vivian, H. H. Notes of a tour in America. 1877. 

L., 1878. Folded map. 8» 2366.57 

Voltaire, F. M. A. de. OSuvres choisies. :6d.- du 

centenaire, 30 mai, 1878. P., 1878. Portr. 8« . 2698.2 

Contains numerous extracts, fugitive pieces from 
every class of his works and the whole of Candide and 
Brutus. 

— Voltaire en Prusse par Albert Thi^riot. P., 1878. 

16» 4648.73 

" Lettres extraites de sa correspondence (juillet 1750, 
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VORAGINE, G. da V. The Golden legend. With an 
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The " Golden legend " or lives of the saints, was the 
43d issue of the Cnxton press, the first edition being pub- 
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Bible ovowcdly, introduced secretly into the Legend a 
great pait of the Scriptures. Stevens Includes this book 
among the list of Bibles. This fac-siniilc is from a copy 
in the Free library of Manchester, which is incomplete, 
beginning folio 1.S8, and ending with folio 416. 

VosE, G. L. Elementary course of geometrical draw- 
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Walpole, 8. A history of England from 1815. L., 

1878. 2 V. 8» 2424.20 

The history concludes with the passage of the Reform 
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Walsh, J. H. British rur.nl sports. By Stonehenge 
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[1878.1 Portr. S* *4006.13 

Ware, W. R. Examples of building construction. 

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Warner, C. D. Sauntorings. B., 1872. 12* . . . 2269a.54 

Watersto.v, R. C. Tribute to William CuUen Bry- 
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B , 1878. 8« 4343.26 



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Shelf. No. 
Webb, A. A compendium of Irish biography. Dub- 
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Appended is a list of 478 authorities to which refer- 
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Webster, Augusta. A housewife's opinions. L., 

1879 [1878]. 8m. 8» 2557.70 

Webster, D. Proceedings at the inauguration of 
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him -presented to the city, Nov. 25, 1876. N. 
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Contains addresses by William M. Evarts and Robert 
C. Winthrop. 

Werner, E., paeud. See Buerstenbinder, E. 
Wessely, J. Die oesterreichischen Alpenliiiider und 

ihre Forste. ler, 2er Th. Wien, 1853. 2 v. 

in 1. L. 8» 3843.57 

Wharton, F. A treatise on the law of negligence. 

2d ed. Phila., 1878. 8« 3674.5 

Whitford, J. Trading life in Western and Central 

Africa. Liverpool, 1877. Map. Sm. 8« . . . 3059.69 
Whitman, Sarah H. Poems. B., 1879 [1878]. Portr. 

16» 2396.56 

Who wrote it? A dictionary of common poetical 

quotations in the English language. L., 1878. 

Sm. 8» 2559a.70 

A new and enlarpred edition of "Where is it?" pub- 
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'• WlliDFOWLER," " Snapshot," pneud. Shooting ad- 
ventures, canine lore, and sea-flshing trips. 
L , 1879 [1878]. 2 v. 8» 4006.14 

WlliLlAM.s, G. F., compiler. Massachusetts cit:i- 
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B., 1878. L. 8« *7701.1 



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Willis, R. William Harvey. A history of the dis- 
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Wilson, A. Leisure-time studies, chiefly biologi- 
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Wisconsin. Historical atlas. Milwaukee, 1878. 

Portrs. F» *4370.54 

Withie, J. "The names and armes of them that 
hath beene alldermen of the warde of Allders- 
gate since the tyme of King Henry 6, begin- 
niuge at the 30 yeere of his reigne until this 
present yeere of our Lord 1616." Reproduced 
and annotated by F. C. Price. L., 1878. Fac- 
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Fac-simile of an heraldic manuscript in the Uar- 
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WiTiiowsKi, G. J. • Structure et fonctions du corps 

humain. P., 1877. Illus. Plates. L. 8» . ***3743.62 

WOLEF, A., and others. Die Classiker aller Zeiten 
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4 V. Portrs. 8» 6194.11 

WoLTMANN, A. Geschichte der Malerei. Ite Liefer. 

Lpz , 1878. 8» *4072.82 

Worcester, Manx. Society of antiquity. Inscrip- 
tions from the old burial grounds in Worces- 
ter, from 1727-1869 : with biog. and hist, notes. 
Wore, 1878. Charts. S" *4434.54 

Yonge, C. M. The story of the Christians and Moors 

of Spain. L., 1878. Sm. 8» 3099a.64 

Youghal, Ireland. Council book of the corporation, 
from 1610 to 1800. Illustrated with maps, etc. 
Ed. with annals and appendices by R. Caul- 
tield. Guilford, 1878. Sm. 4» *2414.18 

Young, J. J. The ceramic art. 494 illus. N. Y., 

1878. 8» 4025.66 

Zeitsciirift fur bildcnde Kunst. B. 13. Lpz., 1878. 

4» *6071.50 



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Abert. Mary. Wandering blindfold : a boy's troubles. 80.21 

Adams, H. 0. Hair-breadth escapes Jl». 1416.13 

S. K. 1826.10 
Adams, Sarah B. Amy and Marion's voyage around 

the world 166.i.3; Dor. 252.1 

Adams, W. H. D., and Giacomelli, H. The bird 

world described with pen and pencil . . I>or. 195.18 

— The mariners of England 980.9 

— The secret of success 1132.5 

Adams, W.T. (Oliver Optic.) Lake breezes. . . 86.32 

Bri. 41.129; Clm. 616.11; E. K. 13.26 
Rox. 1116.20; S. B. 117.21; «. E. 1826.6 

— The picnic party J. P. 218.32 

Addison, J., and others. Sir Roger de Coverley. 

H. B. 350.00 
..lEsciiYLDS. Prometheus chained. Transl. [Greek 

and Engli^li.l Chn. 1043.1 

AlKlN, J. Lives of Selden and Usher .... Cliu. 836.14 

Alcott, Louisa M. Under the lilacs. [Juvenile.]. 83.15 

Bri. 11.135; <'hii. 628.18; Dor. 252.2; E. B. 491.8 

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S. E. 1827.1 

■previously published in the St. Nicholas ma)(aztne. 

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Alden, Isabella M. (Pansy.) The Chautauqua girls 

at home Chn. 2133.21 ; J. P. 214.31 

Aldrich, T. B. Cloth of gold and other poems. 

Rox. 1626.12 
Alfokd, Elizabeth M. The fair maid of Taunton. 

8. E. 1825.8 



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Alger, U., jr. The Western boy • ^-H? 

' ' -^ Bri. 17.97; E. B. 29.104; J. P. 216.29 

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— The young adventurer • **^"^5 

Bri. 41.131 ; ClMi. 628.19 ; E. B. 29.105 
Rox. 1123.12; S. B. 114.35; S. E. 1826.8 
Alice Sherwln : a tale of the days of Sir Thomas More 89.33 
All about everything: recipes and every-day infor- 

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Allen, J. H. Hebrew men and times, from the 

patriarchs to the Messiah ...... J. P. lo24.18 

Anderse."*, n. C. Wonder stories toJd for children. 

n. U. ooO.O 
Angell, II. C. How to take care of our eyes . Dor. 198.47 
Anndal record of science and industry for 1877. 

Cnii. o9!bO.^ 

Arblay, F. d', formerly Miss -B"»-««y-, Evelina • • 60.40 

Chn. 2013.22; Dor. 325.24; E. B. 311.57 

J. P. 631.19; Rox. 131.22; S. B. 211.66 

S. B. 1820.29 

AncuF.a, y..U., pseud. Master Bobby. •••••• SJ-^J 

Arnoi d M Poems J»or. 110. ii 

Arnold! T.' English literature. 596-1832. . Chn. 5316.21 

S.B. 79.28; S. E. 838.5 

Art. The, of conversation Dor. 333.7 

Autiiur, T. S. {Uncle Herbert.) Temperance 
stories for the young ,••,•,• V ' 

— The budget, a picture and story book for boys 

and girls . Dor. 154.21 

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AciiNET, Ltonie d'. The notary's daughter. A tale. 

From the French 83.9 

I»or. 239.19; J. P. 814.14 
Rox. 2314.3; S. B, 284.3 

Full; a translation and partly an adaptation of " Un 
manage en Provence." 

Bacon, F., Baron Yerulam and Viscount St. Albans. 

Essays J. P. 1531.4 

Bailey, J. M. England from a back-window; with 

views of Scotland and Ireland . . .1665.4; Bri. 64.15 

Clm. 2156.9; Dor. 22.25; E. B. 93.18 

J. P. 1434.1; Rox. 436.14; S. B. 36S.9 

Baker, G. M. A baker's dozen. Dialogues . Dor. 117.17 

— The temperance drama Dor. 117.19 

Baker, Harriet N. (W.) {Mrs. Madeline Leslie.) 

Live and learn J. P. 235.25 

Baker, W. M. The Virginians in Texas. A story. 60.46 

Bri. 38.143; Dor. 314.25; £. B. 312.6 

J. P. 411.32; S. B. 273.27; S. E. 1810.26 

First published in Harper's monthly, beginning 
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Ball, R. 8. Astronomy Cbu. 3818.5 

Ballanttne, R. M. In the track of the troops. A 

tale of modern war 80.10 

The aathor mal(es ase of events in the Turl(0-Russiau 
■waroflSTZ-a. 

Baring-Gould, S. Lives of the saints. [Vol. 6-10.] 

Rox. 5937.1 
1st part of Vol. 7 missing. 

Babker, Mary A., lady. The bedroom and bou- 
doir J. P. 2326.6 

Barker, J/r«. S. Little wide-awake 83.11 

Beecher, Eunice VV. All around the house; or, how 

to make homes happy 1123.3; S. B. 328.23 

Beers, H. A., ed. A century of American literature. 

1776-1876 1406.8; Chn. 5114.3; J. P. 1617.1 

Rox. 1835.2; S.B. 39.37; S. E. 838.6 
Beeslt, Mrs. — . Stories from the history of 

Rome 950.1 

Beeton, 8. O. All about gardening 1164.5 

Bell, C. D. Lily Gordon; or, the young house- 
keeper S. E. 1826.9 

Bellamy, E. Six to one Dor. 326.22 

Benjamin, P., Holmes, O. W., and Sargent, J. O. 

The harbinger J. P. 1823 9 

Benjamin, S. G. \V. The Atlantic islands . . . Dor. 25.30 
Bentzon, Th., pseud. See Blanc, Therese. 
Besant, W., and Rice, J. 'Twas in Trafalgar's bay. 

A story 1453.11 

BlART, L. Ihe two friends 82.5; S. E. 1825.22 

Bible. New Testament. Greek. Novum Testamen- 

tum Rox. 6118.19 

BiSMARCK-ScHOENHAusEN, O. (E. L.), Prim von. 
Letters to his wife, his sister, and others, from 

1844 to 1870 Rox. 1023.2 

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S. B. 211.68; 271.42; S. E. 1810.25; 1820.32 

Blanc, Therese. Remorse. A novel. From the 

■ French of Th. Bentzon [pse^td.] . 83.19; Chn. 2157.4 
Dor. 322.21 ; J. P. 616.8 ; S. B. 220.49 ; S. E. 1826.3 

Bliss, Jlfr». J. W. Everj' inch a king 81.13 

BOADEN, J. Memoirs of Mrs. Siddons . . . . Chn. 836.13 
BOECKH, A. The public economy of Athens . . Clm. 715.8 
BOLDREWOOD, R. Ups and downs : a story of Aus- 
tralian life 89.11 

Bond, H. Genealogies of the families and descend' 
ants of the early settlers of Watertown, Mass.. 

including Waltham and Weston J. P. 912.3 

Bonner, Sherwood, pseud. See MacDowell, R. 

Braddon, Mary E., ed. The mistletoe bough . . 60.45 

Bri. 38.139; Clm. 2013.26 

Dor. 325.25; E. B. 311.61; J. P. 631.23 

Rox. 131.26; S. B. 211.70; S. E. 1820.33 

Brassey, Annie. Around the world in the yacht 

'Sunbeam' Clm.2344.2; S. B. 363.6 

Bright, J. Speeches on questions of public policy. 
_ ^ ., ^ Rox. 5637.6 

Brodie, Emily. Jean Lindsay, the vicar's daughter. 91.12 
Bront£, Charlotte. {Currer Bell.) Shirley . S. E. 1825.4 

Brooks, C. History of Medford, Mass J. P. 912 2 

Brooks, P. Sermons 1114.9; Clm. 5834.18 

Dor. 333.5 ; E. B. 368.30 ; J. P. 2034.3 ; S. E. 926.6 
Brown, R., ed. Science for all. Vol. 1. Illus. ... 141 5 



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Browning, O. Epochs of English history. 1820- 

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Brlnton, W. Dairies. [Poems] Bri. 145.93 

Buchanan, R. The shadow of the sword . . S. E. 1810.24 

Buerstenbinder, Emilie. (JE". Werner.) Under a 

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Bcnce, J. T. Fairy tales : their origin and mean- 
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Burgh, N. P. A practical treatise on boilers and 

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Burnaby, F. On horseback through Asia Minor. 

S. E. 8I.i.l3 

Burnett, Frances H. K.ithleen -Rox. 132.8 

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Burritt, E. Chips from many blocks . . . . Clm. 5318.4 

Burton, T. Diary from 1656 to 1659 Clm. 724.3 

Butler, C. Life of Hugo Grotius Clm. 817 9 

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Byron, H. J., ed. Mirth. A miscellany of wit and 

humour 1824.7 

Calvert, G. H. Word.sworth J. P. 1216.21 

Cameron, Mrs. H. L. Juliet's guardian. A novel. 

S. E. 1825.26 
Cameron, Mary E. The house of Achendaroch . . 89.4 

Campbell, J. F. My circular notes 1656.18 

CANDfcZE, E. The 'curious adventures of a field 

cricket 1154.4; S. E. 1825.21 

" Carleton," pseud. See Coffin, C. C. 

Carb, F. Left alone 81.25 

Castlemon, Harry, pseud. See Fosdick, C. A. 

Cecil, R. Works. With memoir J. P. 1235.11 

Cesnola, L. p. di. Cyprus Cbu. 2344.1 

Chadwick, J. W. The Bible of to-day . . . .Clm. 5816.15 

Dor. 206.39; E. B. 368.31; Rox. 2114.1 

Chambers, W. Stories of remark.tble persons. S. E. 427.6 

Chaucer, G. Chaucer for children . . . 341.3; J. P. 212.6 

Cherbuliez, V. Jean Teterol's idea. A novel . . . 82.1 

Clm. 2157.5; Dor. 322.22; Jf. P. 616.9 

Rox. 114.17; S. E. 1826.7 

Clare, A. The royal banner. A tale of life before 

and after confirmation 80.27 

Clark, W. R. Saint Augustine 2101.3 

Clarke, C. and Mary Cowden. Recollections of 

writers Clm. 5217.21 ; JT. P. 1834.8 

Clarke, E. H. Visions: a study of false sight. 

J. P. 1936.16 ; Rox. 6036.24 
Clarke, M. His natural life 82.24 

A story setting forth the vrorking and results of the 
English system of transportation of criminals. 

Clarke, Rebecca S. {Sophie May.) Little pitchers. 88.31 

Clm. 624.14; Dor. 252.3 

J. P. 218.31; Rox. 1128.24; S. B. 135.31 

— Our Helen Bri. 34.113 

Clay, Bertha M. Evelyn's folly 80.6 

— Love works wonders Bri. 35.107 

Cobb, J. F. The watchers on the longships. A tale 

of Cornwall In the last century . . . . S. E. 1825.14 

Cobbe, Frances P. Religious duty Rox. 7384.1 

Coffin, C. C. {Carleton.) My days and nights on 

the battle-field J. P. 936 8 

— The storv of liberty 920.1 ; Bri. 86.66 

Clm. 612.6; Dor. 163.24; E. B. 182.6; Jf. P. 1532.1 
Rox. 612.16; S. B. 172.3; S. E. 634.10 

Facts connected ^itli the liistory of dilferent countries 
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Collins, (W.) W. The haunted hotel 83.24 

Collyer, R. The simple truth. [Essays] . . . Dor. 209.7 

Colonel Dunwoddie, millionaire Dor. 314.23 

Conant, Helen 8- A primer of German literature . 2012.6 
Conscience, H. The fisherman's daughter. Transl. 

Rox. 114.15 

CONYBEARE, W. J. Perversion J. P. 613.26 

Cook, Joseph. Conscience . . Clm. 6217 22; Dor. 331.23 
E. B. 208.23; S. B. 325.8; S. E. 92.i.7 
Cooke, John E. Professor Pressensee . . . . S. B. 350.83 
Cooke, Josiah P.. jr. Elements of chemical physics. 

J. P. 1922.7 
Cox, R. The story of an old pocket Bible, as related 

by itself 81.21 

CoxE, 'W. Memoirs of the administration of Henry 

Pelham Clm. 711.9 

Crane, W., illustrator. The baby's bouquet. Rox. 1123.16 

— The baby's opera S. E. 917.8 

CcDWORTH, R. The true intellectual system of the 

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Cumberland, R. Memoirs, by himself .... Clin. 815.7 

OuPPLES, A. J. Hard to win S. E. 1826.12 

CUPPLES, G. The green hand Bri. 26.90 

Cl'RRAN, W. H. Life of John Philpot Curran . Clm. 826.5 

CcRKEK Bell, psewt/. See Bronx fc, Charlotte. 

CuTTS, E. L. Saint Jerome 2101.1 

Dartt, Mary. On the plains, and among the peaks ; 

or, how Mrs. Maxwell made her natural 

history collection. [With appendix, by E. 

Cones] 1154.11 

Davenport, Emma. Live toys : anecdotes of our 

four-legged and other pets 82.10 

De Kay, C. The Bohemian. A tragedy of modern 

life 91.2 

De Vere, a. T., ed. Proteus and Amadeus . Rox. 7026.24 
D'EwE.s, Sir S. Autobiography and correspondence 

during the reigns of James i and Charles I. 

Clin. 815.2 

Dickson, A. Beauty for ashes 1124.7 

Dictionary, The, of every-day difficulties in reading, 
•writing, and speaking the English language. 

Dor. 333.10 
DiEHL, AnnaT. R., ed. Carleton's popular readings. 1396.10 
Disraeli, B., earl of Beaconsfield. The young 

duke S. B. 211.62 

— Benjamin Disraeli, earl of Beaconsfield. Car- 

toons from the collection of "Mr. Punch " 

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DODDS, M. L. Rose Dunbar's mistake . 91.5 ; S. E. 1825 .28 
Dodge, C. R. Louise and I. A sea-side story . . . 81.3 
Dodge, N. 8. Stories of a grandfather about Ameri- 
can history Dor. 268.5 

Douglas, Amanda M. Sydnie Adriance . . . Dor. 291.18 
Douglas, Gertrude, and othera. St. Quentin's. A 

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Drake, F. S. The town of Roxbury : its memorable 
persons and places, its history and antiquities, 

with illustrations Rox. 613.18; Rox. 5015.6 

Dryden, J. Prose works Clin. 826.4 

DuFFlELD, J/irx. W. The art offlower painting. Rox. 1518.19 
DuRAND, Alice. {Henry Grvville.) Saveli's expia- 
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Henry Grevi lie 83.2; Rox. 134.15 

— Sonia. A Russian story 83.3; Rox. 134.16 

Dyson, C. E. Bird-keeping 1154 6 

Eastwood, F. Geoffreythe Lollard S. E. 1825.27 

Eckstein, E. HumoristicherHausschatzfiirsdeutsche 

Volk 201L1 

Edersiieim, A. True to the end 91.6 

Edgeworth, Mary L. The Southern household 

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Edwards, Amelia B., compiler. A poetry-book of 
songs and sonnets, odes and idylls. From the 
end of the eighteenth century to the present 

time 1344.21.2; Dor. 118.6; J. P. 814.15 

Rox. 1628.6; S. B. 250.25 

Edwards, Annie. A blue-stocking Bri. 34.116 

Eggleston, E. Roxy. [Fiction] Bri. 35.105 

Bor. 316.21 ; J. P. 635.12 

— and Seelye, Lillie E. Tecumseh and the Shaw- 

nee prophe 1544.12; Clin. 2647.1 

J. P. 934.14; Rox. 615.9; S. B. 168.27 
Eggleston, G. C. The big brother. A story of 

Indian war S. E. 1825.24 

— Red Eagle and thewars with the Creek Indians 

of Alabama . . 1544.20; Chn. 2737.12; Dor. 326.23 
E. B. 491.13; S.n. 168.29; N. E. 525.9 

Egleston, N. H. Villages and village life with hints 

for their improvement S. E. 926.7 

Eliot, George, paeud. See Lewes, Marian E. 

Ellis, Sir H., ed. Original letters illustrative of 

English history. 11 v Clin. 724.2 

Elwell, E. H. Portland and vicinity .... J. P. 1323.1 

Emerton, J. H. The structure and habits of spiders. 

Dor. 333.6 

Engelbacfi, a. H. Kitty Bligh's birthday. [Ju- 
venile] 80.15 

Enquire within upon everything S. B. 328.25 

Erckmann, ;£.. and Chatrian, A. Citizen Bona- 
parte. 1794-1815. The story of a peasant . . 82.20 

A translation of Vol. 4 of the " Ilistoirc d'un paysan." 

— The country in danger; (1792) or, episodes of the 

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A translation of T. 2 of the Hisloire d'un paysan. 
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Erckmann, i^. and Chatrian, A., contimied. 

— Year one of the republic. 1793. The story of a 

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A translation of Vol. 3 of the " Ilistoire d'un pnysan.'' 
Eyre, M. Over the Pyrenees into Spain .... 8. E. 813.9 

Fairfax correspondence, The. Memorials of the 

civil war. 2 v Clin. 724.7 

Fairfax correspondence, The. Memoirs of the 

reign of Charles the first. 2 v Cliu. 724.6 

Farjeon, B. L. At the sign of the silver flagon. 

A novel Bor. 314.22 

— London's heart. A novel Bor. 314.21 

— "Widow Cherry. A novel 89.-22; Bri. 38.146 

Chn. 2126.30; Dor. 315.27; J. P. 412.45 

S. B. 274.20; S, E. 1810.28 

Farrar, C. a. J. Farrar's illustrated guide book to 

Rangeley, Richardson [and other] lakes, Dix- 

ville notch, Andover, Me., and vicinity . J. P. 1337.9 

Farrar, F. W. Saintly workers Rox. 7026.23 

— The witness of history to Christ. The Hulsean 

lectures for 1870 Rox. 7023.21 

Ferris, G.T. The great German composers. \Anoii.'] 

H. B. 69.32 
Feuillet, O. The diary of a woman. From the 

French 89.23 

Field, H. M. From the lakes of Killarney to the 

Golden Horn Rox. 222.4; S. B. 347.28 

Fields, J. T., and Whipple, E. P., compilers. The 
family library of British poetry (1350-1878). 
Clin. 5515.2; Bor. 14.12; J. P. 1811.9; Rox. 1610.4 
FiNLEY, Martha. Mildred Keith . . . . 88.29; Chn. 2157.2 
Dor. 322.20; Rox. 1116.19; S. B. 130.20 
Fleming, George, pneud. See Fletcher, Julia. 
Fle.mmino, H.irford, pseud. Cupid .ind the sphinx. 

[Fiction.] .'i2.35; J. P. 635.10; Rox. 132.7 

Fletcher, Julia. {George Fleming.) Mirage. . . 81.6 
Fontaine, H. Electric lighting. A practical treatise. 

Rox. 1712.4 
Forbes, R. B. Personal reminiscences .... Rox. 1013.8 

Forrester, Mrs. —. Viva. 2 v 83.7 ; Bor. 329.25 

J. P. 814.13; Rox. 2314.4; S. B. 140.47 
Forster, J. The statesmen of the commonwealth of 

England Rox. 7324.10 

Forsyth, J. Remarks on antiquities, arts, and letters, 
during an excursion in Italy in 1802 and 1803. 

Chn. 815.6 
Fosdick, C. a. {Harry Castlemon.) The boy trap- 
per 83.4; Chn. 628.17; Bor. 251.13 

E. B. 491.7; Rox. 1126.15 
Foster, C. J. The white horse of Wootton .... 83.23 

Foster, J. Life and correspondence Chn. 826.6 

Fothergill, Jessie. The first violin. A novel. 82.12 

Bri. 11.137; Chn. 2157.6; Bor. 326.21 

J. P. 415.10; Rox. 132.9; S. B. 230.52 

Freedley, E. T. Common sense in business . S. B. 318.46 

French heiress, A , in her own chateau 89.9 

Frey, H. The histology and histochemistry of man. 

Chn. 4425.6 
Froebel, F. Mother-play, and nursery songs. E. B. 221.2 
Fuller, T. The history of the university of Cam- 
bridge, and of Waltham abbey Chn. 825.5 

FCLLERTON, Ladij Georgiana, ed. The straw-cutter's 
daughter [by Raoul de Navery, />«cKd.], and 
The portrait in my uncle's dining-room . . . . 91.15 

Gaboriau, ^. Other people's money. [Fiction.] 

From the French 80.1 

Gadesden, E. Unto which she was not born. A 

novel S. E. 1825.16 

Gairdner, J. History of the life and reign of Rich- 
ard the third. Added the story of Perkin 

Warbeck Chn. 2716.10 

Gardner, Cclia E. Terrace roses. A romance. J. P. 635.7 

Gardner, S. A. Outwitted at last 82.25 

Garrett, Edward, n««!/f?. See Mayo, Isabella F. 
Garrett, P. One hundred choice selections .... 1345.16 

Gaye, Solina. Courage and cowards 81.19 

Gentleman's annual. The. Christmas, 1878 . Chn. 2028.15 

Con/em». — Filthy lucre: a story without a crime, by 
Albany de Fonblanquc. 

Gibbon, E. The student's Gibbon. History of the 

decline and fall of the Roman empire 941.3 

Rox. 6-23.2 
Giberne, Agnefl. The rector's home. A story . . . 82.26 

J. P. 635.11 

Glenmorven 89.19 

GODDAHD, Julia. Kaspar and the summer fairies . . 82.6 
Goethe, J. W. von. Faust. A tragedy. Transl. by 

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GoNDi, J. F. p. de, cardinal de Rets. Memoirs. 3 v. 

Clin. 717.1 
GOODALE, Elaine and Dora R. Applc-bloesoms. 

Verses of two children .... 1344.24; Clm. 5625.11 
Goodrich, F. B. The court of Napoleon . . . S. K. 634.9 
GOKDOS, Mary. 'Christopher North.' A memoir of 

John Wilson J. P. 1215.12 

GOUGH, J. H. Autobiography and personal recol- 
lections J. P. 1H3.8 

Qrast, Maria M. Artiste . J. P. 411.31 

— My heart's in the Highlands 82.16 ; Dor. 40!<.2 

J. P. 814.17; Roi. 2314.7; S.B. 2-5.5 
Gray, A. Manual of tlio botany of the northern 

United StaUs S. B. 393.17 

GSEEM, Anna K. The Leavenworth case 81.1 

Cbu. 2156.13; Dor. 321.24; Hot.. 114.18 
S. E. 182;).20 
Green, J. R. A short history of the English people. 

Itox. 7314 8 

Green, M. .A. Bitterwood. A novel 86.35 

Gkecr, Maria J. My mother's diamonds ..... 82.7 
GHfiviLLE, Uenry, /)«<"«</. See Di;rand, Alice. 

GliUTis, O. Tales of the five senses 89.27 

GUUL, E., and KoNER, \V. Life of the Greeks and 
Romans, described from antique monuments. 

Transl CIim. 2645.6 

GOIZOT, F. (P. G.) The history of England to the 
accession of queen Vicioria. Vol. 2. Transl. 

ClMi. 2634.7; Rox. 6410.5 
GusTAFSON, Zadcl B. Meg: a pastoral, and other 

poems Bri. 145.92 

Habberton, J. The Jericho road; a storv of 

Western life .... 83.12; Bri. 11.136; J. P. 516.34 
Rox. 132.6; S. B. 270.45; S. E. 1827.3 
HACKI.AENDER, F. W. Behind blue glasses. [Fic- 
tion] I.n04.36; Brl. 22.146; Chn. 2139.18 

Kox. 139 2:j; S. B. 350.85 
Hale, E. E. Mrs. Merriam's scholars. A story of 

the " original ten " . S9.31 ; Brl. 2:J.127 ; Clin. 2157.8 
Dor. 328.1; K. B. 269.54; Rox. 123.30 
S. B. 27i>.46; S. E. 1827.7 
Hali.,* Marie. The •white rose of Deerham. [Fic- 

Uon] 80.19 

Hamersley, L. R. Records of living officers of the 

U. S. navy and marine corps Clin. 5325.8 

Hamerton, p. G. Modem Frenchmen Bri. 64.14 

Clin. 2626.4; Dor. 177 35; E. B. 109.2 
Rox. 1025.14; S. B. 65.20; S. E. 437.5 
Hand-book of nursing for family and general use. 

Dor. 333.9 
Happy moods of happy children. Original poems 

by favorite American authors 1344.23 

Harbinger, The. See Benjamin, P., and others. 

Hardy, T. The return of the native 89.25 

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Box. 132 10; S. E. 1827.4 
Harland, Marion, pseud. See Terhlne, Mary V. 
Harri.s, J., 1st earl of Malmesburi/. Diaries and 

correspondence Clin. 815.1 

Harry Preston. A story for boys 80.24 

Hay, Mary C. A dark inheritance. . . 1503.28; Bri. 22.147 
Clin. 2139.37; Dor. 312.18; E.B. 349.45; Rox. 139.25 

— The sorrow of a secret 1453.8 

— and others. Lady Carmlchael's will, and other 

Christmas stories 1453.10 

Headley, J. T. Napoleon and his marshals . S. E. 436.3 

Health lectures for the people Il.i4.9 

Hector, Annie F. Ralph Wilton's weird 89.17 

Heyse, p. In Paradise. A novel. From the Ger- 
man .... Dor. 291.16; J. P. 515.31; Rox. 134.14 
HiGGlNSON, E. The spirit of the Bible .... Rox. 7383.1 
HiGHAM, MaryR. .Agatha Lee's inheritance . . . .1504.33 

— Picture stories for boys 80.17 

Hill, A. 8. General rules for punctuation and for 

the use of capital letters Dor. 333.12 

Hill, J. \V. The management and diseases of the 

dog 1174.12 

Hobbe.*>, T. English works. 11 v Chu. 716.2 

Hodder, E. Ephraim and Helah 82 4 

HoLBROOK, M. L. Hygiene of the brain and nerves 

and the cure of nervousness Rox. 6fi36.25 

Holland, H. 8. The apostolic fathers 2101.2 

HOLLEY, H. H. Modern dwellings in town and 

country adapted to American wants and 

climate S. B. 322.10 

HOLLEY, Marietta. Josiah Allen's wife as a P. A . and 

P.I Clin. 8598; Kox. 112 3 

Holm, Saxe, pseud. Stories. Ist series . . . . J. P. 635.6 
HOLME.<), Mary J. Daisy Thornton, and Jessie 

Graham 86.33; Bri. 35.106; Dor. 291.15 

E. B. 328.19; Rox. 114.16; S. B. 218.36 
S. E. 1825.9 



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Holmes, O. W. John Lotlirop Motley. A memoir. 1544.22 
Bri. 64.16; Chn. 2636.11; Dor. 177.37; E. B. 109.3 
Rox. 1014.19; S. B. 169.13; S. E. 427.7 
Holt, Emily S. Margery's son. A fifteenth century 

tale of the court of Scotland 82.27 

HORATiis Flaccl'S. Q. Word for word from Hor- 
ace. The odes literally versified, by W. T. 

Thornton Clin. 5625.10 

Howard, O. O. Donald's school days . . 89.8; Clin. 623.1 

E. B. 491.14; J. P. 237.19 

Rox. 1116.22; S. E. 1826.15 

Hl'GESSEn, E. H. K. Uncle Joe's stories 80.23 

Hlgo, V. (M.), cjVom^f. Les iniserables . . . S. E. 121.2 

Hllme, F. E. Familiar wild flowers Rox. 1724.1 

Hume, R. Alice L'Estrange's motto and how it 

gained the victory 89.M 

Jackson, Helen (H.), formerly Mrs. Hunt. Nelly's 

silver mine. A story of Colorado life .... 83.6 
Clin. 628.16; Dor. 251.14; J. P. 4.36.10 
S. B. 130.32 
Jaon, .T. History of the Hebrew commonwealth. 

Transi Clin. 825.6 

James, H., jr. Daisy Miller 1504.45; Bri. 22.146 

Clin. 2139.36; J. P. 219.17 
Rox. 139.24; S. E. 1729.7 

— The Europeans. A sketch . . . . 83.13; Clin. 2I.=>6.I0 

Dor. 321.21; E. B. 299.19; J. P. 6.3.>.8 
Rox. 135.21; S. B. 276.19; S. E. 182.T 6 

Jeaffrf.son, J. C. Isabel J. P. 623 7 

Jenkins, E. Haverholme S.B. 211.61 

Jewett, Sarah O. Play days 86.31; Clin. 614.7 

E. B. 491.11 ; J. P. 237.18 
'Ro-x.. 1123.11; S. E. 18-26.4 
Johnson, A. H. The Normans in Europe. With 

maps 9S0.5 

Johnson, E. A. Winter greeneries at home . E. B. 388.18 
Johnson, 8. Cliief lives of the poets, and Macaulay's 

life of Johnson Rox. 7323.1 

Jones, C. H., compiler. Vers de soci^te . . . E. B. 224.3 

Kavanaugh, Mrs. Kavanangh's humorous dramas 
for school exhibitions and private theatricals. 

1365.12; Clin. ,M52fi.24 

Kellogg, E. Burying the hatchet . . . 80.3 ; Chn. 628.21 

E. B. 19.103; J. P. 225.32 

Rox. 1123 14; S. B. 112.44 

Kent, J. The Johnson manor. S. E. 1826.14 ; Clin. 2144.14 

Kerkadec, S., vicomtesse de. The little printer 

boy 1503.27 

Kettle, 11. M. The earl's cedars S. E. 182.>.!3 

King, Katherine. The bubble reputation . . . S. B. 211.64 
King, T. S. Christianity and humanity . . . . J. P. 2034.4 

KlNCSLEY, C. True words for brave men 1124.8 

Kingston, W. H. G. Fred Markham in Russia. 

S. E. 1826.16 

— In the Rocky mountains. A tale of adventure . 81.4 

— Kidnapping in the Pacific 80.22 

— The mate of the " Lily " 80.7 

— Ned Garth 80.4 

— The three admirals S. E. 1825.10 

— With axe and rifle 81.12 

Knox, Kathleen. Queen Dora 82.3 

Koenig, E. A. Die Wege zum Gliick. Roman , . 2011.8 

La BfeooLLlfeRE, £. Gigault, called 'k. de. The 

story of a cat. Transl. from the French , . . , 80.26 
First piibl. in St. Nicholas, beginning May, 1876. 

Lamb, C. The essays of Elia 1815.12 

Lang, R. H. Cyprus J. P. 1433.2 

Lankester, Phebe. Talks about plants; or, early 

lessons in botany 1163.6 

Lahdner, D., ed. Eminent British statesmen. Rox. 7326.3 

LAWRENCE, E. English literature primers. Classical 

period S.B. ."550.88 

Lawrence, G. A. Guy Livingstone. A novel . . 60.37 

Bri. 38.133; Chn. 2013.20 

Dor. 325.19; E. B. ZU.hh; J. P. 631.17 

Rox. 131.20; S. B. 211.67 

Lee, Mrs. R. Twelve stories of the sayings and do- 
ings of animals 82.8 

Leighton, R. F. Latin lessons .adapted to Allen and 

Greenough's Latin grammar 1165.26 

Leith, Alicia A., ed. Routledge's Every girl's an- 
nual. Illus 18.M.5 

Leon, L. The silver ship 81.11 

Leslie, Madeline, pseud. See Baker, Harriet N. 
(Woods). 

Lewes, Marian K., formerly Miss Evans. {George 

Eliot.) Adam Bede Rox. 136.9 

Linton, Eliza L. Our professor 14^.3 9 

— The world well lost S9.18 



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Shelf. No. 
LlSTEU, T. H. Life and administration of Edward, 

1st earl of Clarendon. 3v Clin. 815.3 

Locke, D.K. {PetrulewuV.Nushy) A paper city. 89.1'.i 
Brl. 36.95; CIiu. 21b6.1; ]i:.B. 29».5u; Rox. 136.10 

S. K. 1825.25 
Locke, W. Stories of the land we live in; or, Eng- 
land's history in simple language 980.7 

LOCKHART, L. W". M. Mine is thine . . . 82.17 ; Dor. -109.3 
J. I». 814.18; Rox. 2314.8; S. B. 285.7 
LOCKWOOD, E. Natural history, sport, and travel . 1698.2 
Lodge, E. Portraits of illustrious personages of 

Great Britain. Memoirs. 12 v CIiii. 723.3 

LOFTiE, il/rs. M . J. Xlvi social twitters 1123.6 

Longfellow, H."W.,fci. I'ocnis of places. [Vol.24.] 

Africa 1357.27; Mri. 142.81; CUn. 5617.5 

I>or. 19.12; E. B. 169.13; J. P. 1818.8 
Rox. 1627.5; S. B. 260.l!s; S. K. 1528.1 

— Same. Vol. 25, 26. America. New England . 1357.27 

Bri. 142.81; Cliii. 5617.5; Dor. 19.27; E.B. 169.13 
J. P. 1818.9; Rox. 1627.5; S. B. 250.18; S.li. 1528.2 

LoNGSTKEET, Abby B. Social etiquette of New York. 

[Anon.] J. 1». 2438.3 

Lost battle, A 82.29; Dor. 409.4; J. 1». 814.19 

Rox. 2314.9 ; »«. B. 285 TZ 

LoiiDON, J. C. Loudon's Eucyclopeedia of plants. 

Cliu. R.R.,A.26.6 

Lowell, R. T. 8. A story or two from an old Dutch 

town 83.17; Brl. 23.126; CUii. 2157.3 

Dor. 317.20; J. P. 516.9; Rox. 132.5; ». B. 279.60 

Lysteu, Annette. North wind and sunshine. [Juve- 
nile.] 80.20 

Macaulay, T. B., baron. Life and letters . . S. E. 425.21 

— Oliver Goldsmith ; John Bunyan ; Madame D'Ar- 

blay S. B. 350.57 

MacCausland [M'Causliind], D. Adam and the 

Adamite Dor. 206.38 

MacDonald, G. Paul Faber, surgeon . 89.21; Bri. 38.l4.i 
Cliu. 2122.24; Dor. 315.28; E. B. 312.5 
Rox. 130.1; S. B. 274.42; S. E. 1810.27 

— The portent Doi-. 293.15 

— St. George and St. Michael . 89.36 

MacDowell [McDowell], Kate. {Shertvood Bon- 
ner.) Like unto like 1740.22; Cliii. 2122.20 

I>or. 31').25; J. P. 621.5; Rox. 121.9; S.B. 141.46 
Mackarnes.s, Matilda A., formerly Minn Plunche. 

A ray of light to brighten cottage homes ... 89 13 
MacKeen [McKeen], Phebe F. Theodora Cameron. 89.15 
MacKeever [McKeever], Harriet B. The VVoodcliff 

children Bri. 23.125 

Macleah, G. F. The Celts 980.4 

— The English 980.3 

— The Northmen 920.2 

MACLEOD, H. D. Economics for beginners 1134.6 

Macphekson, Gerardine. Memoirsof the life of Anna 

Jameson. B., 1878. 8<> Dor. 173.15 

Rox. 1024.16; S. B. 67.24 

Macquoid, Katharine 8. Elinor Dryden. A novel. 60.52 

Bri. 38.144; CIlii. 2013.31 ; Dor. 325.29 

E. B. 311.65; J. P. 631.28; Rox. 131.31 

S. B. 211.74; S. E. 1820.38 

Mallock, W. H. The new Paul and Virginia. J. P. 63.T.9 

— The new republic S. E. 1825 17 

Markyat, Augusta. Left to themselves. A boy's 

adventures in Australia 89.10 

Marrvat, Emelia. Long evenings : or, stories for 

my little friends 82.9 

Marshall, Emma. Job Singleton's heir and other 

stories 80.9; S. E. 1825.18 

— Marjory, or the gift of peace 81.18 

Marshall, J. Writings upon the federal constitu- 
tion Chn. 825 4 

Martin, J/r«. H. " Bonnie Lesley" S. B. 211.65 

Martin, B. L. II. History of France. The decline 

of the French monarchy Rox. 733.1.2 

— Same. The age of Lonis xiv. 2 v . . . . Rox. 73.33.1 
Mahtineau, Harriet. The Crofton boys .... Dor. 252.4 
Mas^, E. Art-needlework for decorative embroidery. 1201.5 
Maskell, Mrs. A. E. A. Four feet, wings, and tint*. 1154.12 

Mason, G.C. The old house altered 8. B. 32.i.9 

Masque, A, of poets. Including Guy Vernon, a 

novelette in verse Dor. 17.25 

Masbachii.'<ett8 art teachers' association. The Ante- 
fix papers S. B. 392.27 

Massachusetts historical society, Boston. Collec- 
tions. Vol. 5, 5th scries Chn. 2814 1.45 

Con/erK*. — Diory of Samuel Sewall. Vol. 1. 1C74- 
1700. 

Mathers, Helen. As he comes up the stair .... 89.1 

— " Land o' the leal" 8128 

Mathews, Joanna H. Edith Murray 82.23 

Mathews, W. Oratory and orators 1396.9 



Slu-lf. No. 
May, Sophie, putttd. See Clarke, R. 8. 
Mayo, Isabella Kivy. {Edward Garrett.) The house 

by the Works . . . .83.1; Clin. 2156.8; Dor. 316.22 

E. B. 299.21; J. P. 633.2 

Rox. 135.18; S. ». 276.45 

— The magic flower-pot, and other stories . . Dor. 154.18 

— One New Year's night, and other stories .... 91.1 

CwKctUs. — One New Year's iiiglit; The light-house 
keeper's story j Sib and God sib; A ghost story; One 
more ciiance. 

Meade, L. T. Your brother and mine 91.10 

Meeuan, T. The native flowers and ferns of the 

United States. Vol. 1 Rox. *6620.4 

This is not yet bound. 

Meline, J. F. Mary, queen of Scots and her latest 

English historian Dor. 177.34 

Melville, G. J. W. Riding recollections . .Rox. 1512.10 

— Roy's wife. A novel 82.19 

Merimke, P. Carmen. A Spanish story. Trans.. 81.10 

Mekivale, C. The continental Teutons 920.3 

Meteyakd, Eliza. The children's isle 82.28 

Miles, M. Stock-breeding J. P. 2ii24.7 

Mill, J. S. Three essays on religion J. P. 1613.1 

Miller, C. H. {Joagniii MilUr.) Songs of Italy. 

E. B. 2-24.2; Rox. 1626.13 
Miller, Mrs. E. P. Mother Truth's melodies . . . 1343.4 
Miller, Emily Huntington. Little neighbors . . . 80.16 
Miller, Joaquin, pumd. See Miller, C. H. 
Mitchell, Sir A. Memoirs and papers. 2 v. . Cltn. 716.4 
MOLKSM'ORTH, Mm. — . ' Grandmother dear.' Illus. 

by Walter Crane 89.24 

Molly Bawn S. E. 18'26.13 

MONTGOMERY, Florence. A very simple story and 

Wild Mike 91.16 

Moore, Annie, and Nichols, Laura D. Overhead : 
or, what Harry and Neily discovered in the 

heavens 1161.5 

Moohe, Clara Jessup, compiler. (Mrs. II. O. 

Ward.) Sensible etiquette of the best socictj-. 1223.5 

Cliu. 5318.2 
Moore, Mrs. H. J. The golden legacy . . . . S. B. 248 34 

More, Hannah. Memoirs J. P. 1235.10 

MORECAMP, A., pneud. t Live boys : or, Charley and 

Nasho in Texas . . . 86.34; Bri. 41.130; Clin. 616.6 
E. B. 491.12; J. P. 237.17 ; Rox. 1116.-21 
S. B. 127.36; S. E. 1S26.5 
MORLE Y, 11. The chicken market and other fairy tales. 

Dor. 154.19 

MORLEY, Susan. Throstlcthwaite Cliu. 2156.14 

Morse, Clara Francis. Blush roses. A novel . J. P. 611.30 
MuEiiLHACH, hoa\»(^, pneud. See Mundt, C. M. 
MuNDT, Cliira (M.), {loiiLie Miihllmch.) Napoleon In 

Germany. Napoleon and Bliicher . . . Dor. 315.20 

— Same. Napoleon and the queen of Prussia. 

Dor. 315.24 
Murray, E. C. G. French pictures in English chalk. 

(2d series.) 83.2o; Dor. '28.19; J. P. 814.12 

Rox. 2313.10; S. B. •28Ua.44 
My little friend : or, the child's own pleasure book . . 1854.4 

Nasby, Petroleum V., pseud. See Locke, D. R. 
Navery, Kaoul do, pseud. See Fullerton, Lady G. 

Nevile, G. Horses and riding Rox. 1515.26 

Newman, J. H. The idea of a university defined and 

illustrated J. P. 2024.6 

Nichols, F. M. The Roman forum Rox. 7332.4 

NiEBUHR, B. G. History of Home to the fall of the 

Western empire Cliu. 815.5 

Nordhoff. C. Northern California, Oregon, and the 

Sandwich islands J. P. 1333.19 

North American review. Index. Vol. 1-12.5. 1815- 

1877. By W. Gushing Chu. 6907 

Nobthcote, J. Life of Sir Joshua Reynolds. 2 v. 

CIiii. 815 4 

Notley, F. E. M. Love's crosses .... 60.50; Brl. 38.141 

Clin. 2013.28; Dor. 325.27; E. B. .311.63 

J. P. 631.25; Rox. 131.'28; H. B. '211.69 

N. E. 18-20.38 

— Time shall try . .60..39; Bri. 38.135 

Chn. 2013.21; Dor. 325.20; E. B. 311.54 
J. P. 631.18; Rox. 131.-21; S. B. 211.56 

O'Brien, Charlotte G. Light and shade 60.51 

Bri. 38.142; Chn. 2013.29; Dor. 3-'5.28 
E. B. 311.64; J. P. 631 '27; Rox. 131 .'29 
S. B. 211.71; «, E. 1820.37 
Ogston, F. Lectures on medical jurisprudence. 

S. E. 9'23.13 

Olipiiant, MargJiret (O.) W. The primroRC path . 8'2.1l 

Dor. 409.1; J. P. 814.16; Rox. -2314.6; S. B. 284.38 



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Shelf. No. 
OiavER Optic, pseud. See Adams, W. T. 
Onyx, pseud. The gate and the glory beyond it. A 

tale of the Franco- Prussian war 80.18 

O'Reillt, J. B. Songs, legends, and ballads . I>or. 117.18 
Our blue jackets. Life and work among our sailors . 1129.24 
Owen, F., pseud. Harty the wanderer 89.6 

Palmer, H. S. Sinai 950.2 

Paxmer, J. Root and flower. A story of work in 

a London parish 89.5 

Pansy, pseud. See Alden, I. M. 

Parloa, M. The Appledorecookbook . . . . Dor. 333.8 

Parrots and monkeys 1154.5 

Parsons, T. Essays J. P. 1514.15 

Parton, J. Caricature and other comic art . Clm. 5213.16 
Peabody, Elizabeth P. Theory of teaching . , S. B. 314.31 
Peard, Frances M. Through rough waters .... 81.16 

The scene of this story is laid in France at the out- 
bteali of the revolution of 1789. 

Pearson, C. H. History of England during the early 

and middle ages J. P. 1033.11 

Peep-show. A pleasure book for the young .... 60.48 

Pellico, S. On the duties of young men 1114.10 

Percy Trevor's training 80.25 

Perkins, F. B., ed. The best reading. With a 

classified bibliography. 4th ed 1405.28 

Perry, Alice. Esther Pennefather Dor. 314.24 

Petit, Amelie V. How to read, and hints in choosing 

the best books. With classified lists of works. 1405.30 
Phillipps, W. F. M., compiler. The comic birthday 

book 1344.22 

Pictorial cabinet. The, of marvels 910.4 

Picture book. A, for laddies and lassies 89.7 

Pierce, Helen C. The curse of Everleigh 82.13 

Bri. 35.109 ; £. B. 299.20 

Porter, Ann E. Cousin Polly's gold mine 60.38 

Clm. 2122.21; Dor. 315.23; »ox. 121.10 

S. B. 141.47 

Potter, F. 8. Cousin Flo S. E. 1717.10 

— Cringlewood Court 80.5 

— Frank Newitt's fortunes S. E. 1717.11 

Prior, J. Memoir of the Ufe and character of Ed- 
mund Burke S. B. 88.7 

Proctor, R. A. Pleasant ways in science . . . Dor. 332.22 

Prosser, Mrs. — . Amos Fayle 81.32 

Putnam, G. Sermons . . . . Chn. 5834.17; Box. 738-5.1 

S. B. 296,27 
Putnam, J. P. The metric system of weights and 

measures S. B. 313.36 

Radical review. The. Vol. 1 Rox. 1435.9 

Rare pale Margaret . . . 60.49; Bri. 38.140; Clm. 2013.27 
Dor. 325.26; E. B. 311.62; J. P. 631.24 
Rox. 131.27; S. B. 211.72; S. E. 1820.34 

Reade, C. The coming man J. P. 219.18 

Reade, C, and Bouc^cault, D. (L.) Foul play . . 89.16 

Regent Rosalind )-3.10 

Reynolds. Sir J. Literary works Chn. 718.2 

Richardson, B. W. Health and life .... Rox. 6036.26 
Richardson, J. (Adam Stwin.) Eyes right . . . 81.8 
Richardson, R. The young cragsman, and other 

stories 91.9 

Robinson, F. W. The romance of a back street. 

S. B. 350.84 
Robinson, J. Ferns in their homes and ours. 

Clm. 3626.3 

Roe, a. S. James Montjoy E. B. 299.22 

Roe, E. P. A face illumined 80.13; Bri. 34.114 

Clin. 2156.12; Dor. 321.23; Rox. 135.20 

S. B. 278.17 

Rogers, May. The Waverley dictionary . . . Dor. 205.22 

S. B. R.R.126J 
Roth, M. Gymnastic exercises without apparatus, 

according to Ling's system Rox. 6413.6 

Running away 81.27 

RusKiN, J. Ariadne Florentina. Wood and metal 

engraving Rox. 6236.24 

— Pearls for young ladies. From [his] later works. 1124.9 
Russell, W.C. Auld lang syne . . . . 60.42 ; Bri. 38.137 

Clm. 2013.24; Dor. 325.22; E. B. 311.59 
J. P. 631.21; Rox. 131.24; S. B. 211.60 
S. E. 1820.31 
Russell, W. H. The prince of Wales' tour in India, 

[etc.] J. P. 1433.1 

8., J. R. and H.. M. B. Lady Huckleberry enlarges 

on her husband's follies ! 81.29 

Sadlier, Mary A. The Blakes and Flanagans : a tale. 89.28 
Sanford. Emeline B. Aunt Sophy's boys and girls. 83.16 

— Carl's first days. Easy reading for the little 

ones 83.14 



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Savage, M. W. The bachelor of the Albany . . . 60.41 

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S. B. 211.63; S. E. 1820.30 

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the history of Napoleon. 4 v Clm. 826.7 

Sawtelle, J/r». E. W. (Tracy Toume.) Pen and 

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Scudder, M. E., jr. Almost an Englishman . S. 6.-279.47 
Seawajid, Sir E. Narrative of his shipwreck and 
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sea J. P. 1435.21 

Seiss, J. a. a miracle in stone : or the great pyramid 

of Egj'pt Chn. 2715.1 

Severance, M. 8. Hammersmith Bri. 113.103 

Shakespeare, W. Comedy of Katharine and Pe- 

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Sharpe, 8. The history of Egypt, till a.d. 640. 

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Shaw, Flora L. Castle Blair 89.14; Clm. 623.2 

Dor. 292.16; Rox. 112.3.15; S. B. 270.46 
S. E. 1827.5 
Bhaw, H. W. Josh Billings on ice, and other things. 

jr. P. 615.33 

Sherwood Bonner, pseud. See MacDowell, Kate. 

Shillaber, B. P. Ike Partington . . . 82.22 ; Bri. 115.98 

Clm. 628.20; Rox. 1123.13; S. B. 128.37 

S. E. 1826.11 

Shipley, Mary E. Looking back. A memory of 

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Shippen, E. Thirty years at sea. The story of a 

sailor's life 83.8 ; Clm. 2335.1 ; Dor. 154.20 

E. B. 93.17; J. P. 1334.10; Rox. 435.11 
S. B. 177.18 
Shore, J., 1«< baron Teignmouth. Memoirs of Sir 

William Jones Clm. 817.10 

Six to one. See Bellamy, E. 

Skinner, W. That loon o' Baxter's : a tale of Scot- 
tish fisher life 91.4 

Smith, Julie P. Kiss, and be friends . .81.23: Bri. 34.115 
Clm. 2156.16; Dor. 291.19; E. B. 298.48 
S. B. 145.43 
Smith, P. The history of the Christian church dur- 
ing the first ten centuries Dor. 264.17 

Smith, W. Art education, scholastic and industrial. 

S. E. 923.12 
Smollett, T. (G.) The history of England, from 
the revolution to the death of George the 

second Rox. 7314.9 

SOMERVILLE, Mary. The connection of the physical 

sciences Rox. 6816.3 

Sparkes, J. C. L. Pottery painting S. B. 350.89 

Sparks, J. Life of Gouverneur Morris. 3 v. . . Clm. 725.3 
Spf.ncer, J. A. A course of English reading. E. B. 203.11 
Spettigue, Jane H. The Gregors. A Cornish 

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Spofford," Harriet E., fomietly Miss Prescott. Art 

decoration applied to furnitnre J. P. 2312.9 

Sprague, W. B. Annalsof the American pulpit. 9 v. 

J. P. 1112.1 
Stables, G. Jungle, peak, and plain . . . . S. E. 1710.14 
STArsER. J., and Barrett, W. A., ed. A dictionary 

of musical tenns Rox. 6230.12 

Stanley, A. P. Addresses and sermons delivered 

at St. Andrews, 1872, 1875, and 1877 . . Rox. 2115.1 

— Lectures on the history of the Eastern church. 

Rox. 2113.1 
Stanley, H. M. Through the dark continent. 

[Africa] . . .Bri. 67.91; Clm. 2345.1; Dor. 126.9 
E. B. 91.7; J. P. 1423.19; Box. 421.3; S. B. 362.9 

Stephens, A. H. Life Rox. 1012.17 

Stewart, G., jr. Canada under the administration 

of the Earl of Duflferin Rox. 5413.6 

Stewart, H. Our redcoats and bluejackets. A nar- 
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land from 179:! to the present lime 980.8 

Story, The, of the Herschels 149.45 

Sturgis, J. R. John-a-dreams. \Anon.'\ 88.30 

Clm. 2158.14; E. B. 349.44; Rox. 123.15 
S. E. 1827.2 
Stwin, Adam, pseud. See Richardson, J. 

Sullivan, A. M. New Ireland Box. 623.1 

Sullivan, M. The dav of wonders 81.28 

SYMOND.S, J. A. Shelley 1544.19; Dor. 177.36 

Tales from Blackwood. New series. No. 5 . . . 87.1 

— Sam.e. No. 6 87.18 

— Same. No. 7 87.19 

Terhune, Mary Virginia. (Marion Harland.) The 

dinner year-book 1180.8 



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Shcir. No. 
Texts from the Buddhist canon, commonly known 
as Dhammapada [etc.], by Samuel Beal. 

Kox. 7383.2 
Thaxter, Celia. Drift-weed. [Poems] .... Dor. 119.4 
Theuriet, A. Antoinette Bor. 327.21 

— Raj'monde 81.7; Cliii. 2158.15; »oi-.327.22 

Rox. 123.1; S. B. 220.65; S. E. 1718.13 
Thomson, Sir C. W. The depths of the sea . J. P. 1932.20 

— The voyage of the " Challenger " .... J. P. 1332.16 

Thorn, Ismay, p«e?^tZ.? Pinafore days 91.8 

Thwing, C. F. American colleges J. P. 1936.15 

Times, J. Things not generally known, familiarly 

explained S. E. 917.9 

TOWLE, a. M. Pizarro Bri. 82.67; Clxn. 2316.17 

E. B. 137.31; J. P. 936.9; Rox. 1134.1 
TowNE, Tracy, pseud. See Sawtelle, JUra. E. "W. 
TowNSEND, Virginia F. A woman's word, and 

how she kept it 86.30; Bri. 35.108 

Cliii. 2156.11; l>or. 321.22; B. B. 298.47 

Rox. 135.19; S. B. 276.47; S. E. 1825.5 

Trollope, Frances E. Among aliens . . . .S.B. 211.59 

— Mrs. Jack 83.18 ; Clin. 21.i8.13 

J. P. 617.2; Rox. 123.16 
S. B. 220.50; S. E. 1727.35 
TwoMBLY, A. 8. Merry maple leaves ; or, a summer 

in the country Cl»n. 5125.16 

Tti-er, M. C. a history of American literature. 

Vol. 1, 2. 1607-1765 Rox. 1912.20 

Tyrwhitt, R. St. J, Our sketching club . . . J. P. 2315.9 

Uncle Herbert, pseud. See A rthur, T. 8. 

Upton, Louise R. Castles in the air . . 81.14; Dor. 292.18 

Van Loon, Elizabeth. The shadow of Hampton 

Mead 91.3 

Veley, M. " For Pcrcival " 80.2 

First pub. in the Cornhill mag. bcginniiiK Sept., 1877 ; 
also pub. in Lippincott's mag., beginning Oct., 1877. 

Verne, J. The child of the cavern S. E. 1825.11 

VlLLETARD DE PRUNlfeRES, C. E. History of the in- 
ternational Rox. 1916.21 

VIRGILIUS MaKO, P. Stories from Virgil . . 89.3; 1503.29 

Bri. 22.148; Clin. 2139..38; Dor. 312.19 

/ J. P. 219.23; Rox. 139.26 

Walford, E. Pleasant days in plcas.ant places . . 1662.7 
Walpole, H., 4th earl of Or/ord. Catalogue of the 
royal and noble authors of England, Scotland, 
and Ireland. Continued by T. Park. 5 v. 

Clin. 715 6 

Walter Forbes 89.2 

Walworth, M. T. Stormcliff S. B, 248.32 



Shelf. No. 

Ward, Mrs. H. O., pseud. See Moore, C. J. 

Warren, I., and Small, A. E. The household 

physician Dor. 195.19 

Warring, H. Squire Paul S. B. 350.82 

Watson, F. The defenders of the faith ; or, the 
Christian apologists of the 2d and 3d cen- 
turies 2101.4 

Wellesley, R., 2d earl of Momington and mar- 
quess Wellesley. Memoirs and correspondence. 

Chii. 716.3 

Werner, E., pseud. See Buerstenbinder, E. 

Wheeler, Mrs. 8. A. Daughters of Armenia . . . 1696.3 

Whipple, E. P. Some recollections of Rufus 

Choate 1544.15; Clin. 2718.24; Dor. 79.25 

Rox. 1029.3; S. B. 350.87; S. E. 418.1 

First pub. in Harper's monthly mag., Nov., 1878. 

White, J. The eighteen Christian centuries . J. P. 1034.6 
Whitney, Adelaide D. T. Just how : a key to the 

cook-books . . .1181.4; Dor. 198.48; Rox. 1581.20 

Whitney, D.R. The Suffolk bank JT. P. 921.5 

Whymper, F. The sea 1660.1 

Williams, J. S. Queen Elfrida of the olden time . 81.22 
Wilson, Augusta H., formerly Miss Evans. Infellce. 

J. P. 435.28 
Winifred : or, an English maiden in the 17th cen- 
tury. By L. E. G 81.14 

Wood. Ella P. Pomeroy Abbey. A romance . . . 91.17 

Wood, J. G. Bible animals Rox. 6610.9 

Woodward, Mrs. (H.) Edith Vivian's experience 

of the world 80.11 

Worboise, Emma J. The Brudenells of Brude . . 91.11 

— Husbands and wives S. E. 1825.15 

Wraxall, Sir N. W., bart. Historical memoirs of 

my own time, 1772-1784 Clin. 724.4 

— Postlmmous memoirs of his own time . . . Clin. 724.5 
Wyss, J. R., and Montolieu, J. 8.|P. de B., baronne 

de. Swiss family Robinson S. E. 1825.12 

YONGE, Charlotte M. History of France 1000.1 

— The story of the Chi-istians and Moors of 

Spain. . . .901.3; 910.5; Bri. 87.66; Chn. 2013,30 
Dor. 262.2; E. B. 141.19; J. P. 631.26 
Rox. 131.30; S. B. 53.18; S. E. 1820.36 

— Womankind . . . . 1124.6; Dor. 239.20; J. P. 814.11 

Rox. 2313.9; S. B. 59.25 

— Young folks' history of Germany Dor. 264.18 

Young, Jennie J. The ceramic art Bri. 127.85 

Clin. 4825.11; S. B. 321.7 
Young deserter. The 91.13 

A talc of Germany during the Thirty years' war, 
lfil8-48. 



Young rover, A 



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Tryon Co., N. Y. Annals. Campbell . . . 1831 , 

Same 1849 , 

Tuscaloosa, Ala. Report on plan of instruc- 
tion. Barnard 1855 , 

— Origin of name, hist. etc. 86 p. Max- 
well 1876 

Tuscarawas Valley, O. Historic events. 

Mitchener 1876 , 

a'ngsboro. Ccnt'l record. 26 p. . . . . . 1876 , 
ster Co., N. Y. Advantages of division 

of, etc 1860 

Union, Me. History. Sibley 1851 

Union, O. Notes of early hist. Park . . . 1870 . 
University of North Carolina. See 

Chapel Hill. 
University Place, Tenn. Univ. of the 

South : Statement of facts. 7 p. . . . 1868 
Upper Alton, 111. Shurtletf Coll.: half- 

cent'l. 60 p 1877 

Jubilee anniv. : hist, address, etc. . . . 1877 

Jubilee memorial (contains the two 

preceding). 140 p • • • • 1877 

Upper Merlon, Pa. Swedes church : hist. 

ser. Perinchief 1873 



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. 4371.30 
. 217.11 

. 4484.50 



, 2373.55 
4352.14 



2339.7-f- 
. 4473.6 



5541.60.2 



. have 
. have 



. have 



Upper Octorara. See Chester Co. 
Upper Sanausky, O. Wyandot mission. 

Finley 1840 

Upper Ten-Mile, Pa. Prosb. Ch. : hist. 

disc. Wines 1859 , 

Upton. Cent'l address. Wood 1835 . 

— Ser , his 50th anniv. Wood 1846 

Urbana, 111. Industr. Univ. : report on 

courses of study, etc 1867. 

Utica, N. Y. Recollections of fifty yrs. since. 

Bacon 1843 

— Ist Presb. Ch.: Remin's of fifteen yrs. 

Fowler 1866 . 

— Pioneer sketches. Bagg 1877. 

Uxbridge. Ser., his 2.ith anniv. Clarke . . 1868 , 
Vallejo, Cal. Future of. Uittell? 1868 

— Resources of. (Hittell) 1869 

Valley Forge, Pa. One hundred years ago. 

Bean 1876 

Valley of Virginia. History. Kercheval. 1833 , 
Sa7>ie. 2d ed 1850 

— Scotch-Irish settlers in : address. Chris- 

tian I860 

Vassar. See Poughkecpsie. 



, . have 
, 4393.23 



. have 



. 5543.68 
2370a.55 
• 6543.7 



2374.23 



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SUelf. No. 
Venango Co., Pa. Petroleum : a hist., etc. 

Eaton 1866 

— Ceut'l disc; sketch of history. 48 p. 

Eaton 1876 . . . have 

Vermont (Eastern). History. Hall . . . 1868 . . 4337.3 
Vincennes. lud. Hist, address. Law . . 1839 

— Colonial history. Law 1858 . . 4473.26 

Vineland, N. J. The Vinelanders. 81 p. 

Warner 1869 

Virginia. See a?«o Valley of Virginia; West- 
ern Virginia. 
(North-western.) Chron. of border war- 
fare. Withers 1831 

'Wabash College. See Crawfordsville. 
Wabash Co., Ind. Hist, and atlas. Paul. 1875 
"Wabash Valley, Ind. Acc't. Ellsworth. 1838 . . 4377.4 
Eiiglisli gentleman's family in America. 
Beste 1855 

— Recollections. Cox I>i60 . . 4473.27 

'Wabasha Co., Minn. Geog., etc., sketch. 

Mitchell 1870 . . 4379.34 

■Wadsworth, O. Memorial. Brown . . . 1875 . . 2379.6 
Wailsfleld, Vt. Memorial records. Bas- 

comb 1867 

'Wakefield (Previously South Reading, 

wliich ^ee). 

— Hist, address, etc. (new town name) . . 1868 . . 4438.18 

— Cong. Ch. : a commem. sketch. Bliss .1877. .3545.22 
Waldo Co., Me,, Survey of. Long .... 1873 . . 4438.9 
'Waldoboro, Me. Centennial. 62 p. . . . 1873 . . 2339.57 
'Wales. Centennial address, etc. (1862). 

Gardner 1866 

"Walker's Parish, Va. Grace Church. 11 

p N.D. . . . have 

'Wallingford, Conn. Faithful narrative, 

etc. Todd and Hart 1759 

— Remarks on "Faithful narrative." Ho- 

bart 1759 

— Remarks on ordin. of Mr. Dana. Hart . 1759 

— On the ordin. of Mr. Dana. Hobart . . 1759 

— Reply to Mr. Eells on ord. of Mr. Dana. 

Todd 1760 

— Remarks on Mr. Hobart's pamphlet. 

Hart 1760 

— Vindication of Mr. Hobart's pamphlet. 

Hobart 1760 

— The case stated 1761 

— Century discourse. Dana 1770. .4336.30 

— Historical sermon. Gilbert 1858 

"W. Meriden and Cheshire, Conn. His- 
tory. Davis .... 1870 . . 4335.16 

'Walpack, N. Y. Ref. D. Ch. : hist. disc. 

32 p. Miller 1874 

"Walpole, N. H. Hist. sk. of Col. Bellows. 

Bellows .' 1855 . . . have 

■Waltham. Report on schools 1844 

— Industrial exhibition : report on .... 1857 . . . have 

— Trinity Cong. Ch. : manual 1860 

— Union League : report of com'tee .... 1863 

— Hist, address by liutter, and celebration. 1877 . . . have 
■Wapakoneta, O. ' Schools, hi.st. 12 p. . . n.d. 
"Wardsboro, Vt. Farewell sermon. Ket- 

chum 1866 . . 4391.7 

"Ware. Hist, address, new town hall. Hyde. 1847 

— IstCh.: cent'l address. Coburn . . . .1857 
Warehtim, sixty yrs. since: hist. disc. Bur- 
gess 1861 

"Warner, X. H. Hist, sketch. Long . . . 1832 

— History. Long 1870 

— Cong. Ch. : centennial • 1872 . . . have 

"Warren. History. 24 p. Darling .... 1874 . . 4358.51 
"Warren, III. Brief description. Yeakle . .1859 
"Warren, Me. Annals. Eaton 1851. .2339.16 

— Same. 2d ed. Eaton 1877 . . 2339.68 

"Warren, N. H. History. Little 1854 . . . have 

— Cent'l address. 18 p. Little ..18ti3 

-— History. Little 1870. .4335.15 

"Warren, O. Early settlement of. Case . . 1876 
Warren, R. I. Sentiments and plan, etc. . 1769 

— Bapt. Ch. : dedic. discourse. Tustin . . 1845 . . 4439a.4 

— History. Fessenden 1845 . . 44:39a.4 

— Warren Asso. : disc, Ist century. 19 p. 

Caldwell 1867 . 7452.47-|- 

Warsaw, N. Y. Cong. Ch. : quarter-cent'l. 1865? 

— History. Young 1869 

"Warwick. Disc, his half-cent'l. Preserved 

Smith 1864 . . 4392.81 

— History. Blake, etc 1873 . . 2358.12 

'Warwick, Pa. See llartsville. 

"Warwick, R. I. History and war record. 

Fuller 1875 . . 2337.17 

Waseca Co., Minn. As a home for immi- 
grants. Child 1867 



Slielf. No. 
"Washington, D. C. 300th anniv. discov. 

of America 1793 

— Observations on the Potomack, etc. Elli- 

cott 1794 

— Departm't reports on destruction of 

papers by British 1814 

— Report on British invasion 1814 

— Enquiry into capture, and remarks on 

report, etc 1816 

— Remarks on enquiry, etc., by Spectator. 

8 p. (R. H. Winder) 1816 

— Abstract of calculations, etc. (longitude). , 

Lambert 1817 . . .' have 

— Directory for public officers, etc. Force. 1820 

— Guide. Elliot 1823 

— Narrative of British campaigns, 1814-15. 1826 

— Wanderer in 18i7 

— Same. 2d ed 1829 

— Facts on capture of. Evans 1829 

— Hist, sketches, etc., with picture of. El- 

liot 1830 

— Bridge Co., argument before Senate . . 1832 . . . have 

— Guide to Capitol. Mills 1834 . . 4379.35 

— Columbia Typogr. Soc'y : protest of . .1834. . .have 
Reply to Green 1834 . . . have 

— W. in 1835 N.D. 

— Guide. Elliot 1837 

— Political sketches, etc. Pt. 1 (all). Mayo. 18:i9 

— Public buildings, etc. Haas 1840 . 4379a.l8 

— Picture. Wat«rston 1840 

— Same. 1841, 1843. 

— Guide. Mills 1842 

— Stranger's guide. Morrison 1842 

— Same. 2d ed 1844 . 4489a.l9 

— Picture. Force 1845 

— Guide to Capitol. Mills 1847-8 . 4479.50-|- 

— Seat of government, etc. Varnum . . . 1848 . . 4475.5 

— Same. 2d ed 1854 . . 4365.1 

— Sketch of events before capture. (Ingra- 

ham) . . 1849 . . 4422.14 

— Public sch's : an address (and hist. sk. by 

Abbot). Chandler 1850. .5594.17 

— Picture of, etc. Force 1850 

— Congressional banquet, honor of Wash- 

ington. Hincks and Smith 1852 . . . have 

— Memories of the metropolis. Sunderland. 1853 

— Appeal for colored girls' school. Miner.1854B.160B.108 

— Bohu's hand-book of 1854 

Same. 1856. 

— Guide to the Capitol, etc Mills .... 1854 . . 6244.4 

— 1st Unitarian Ch., old and new : hist, ser- 

mon. Conway 18-55 . 6088.217 

— Report on condition of sch.-houses . . . 1855 . . . have 

— 4th Presb. Ch. : disc, 25th anniv. J. C. 

Smith 1855 

— Invasion in 1814. Williams 1857 . . 4426.2 

— Etiquette at. 3d ed 1857 

— Churches and pastors of. Johnson . . . 1857 

— Report on educational statistics, etc. . .1858. . .have 

— Smithsonian Inst. : acc't. Rhees . . . 1859 

— Wash'gton Monument Soc'y : address . . 1859 • . . have 

— 25 views, st.itues, etc. (and description). 

Morrison 1860 

— Philp's Washington described. Haley . 1861 . . 4379.41 

— Sketch book, by Viator. (Varnum) . .1864 

— The federal city. Wyeth 1865 » 

— Public life in: an address. Bellows. . .1866. 4.340a.98 

— Columbian College : circular 1867 . . . have 

— Stranger's guide. Morrison 1868 2379a.59-f 

— Ist Cong. Ch. : (statem't to the churche8).18B8 . . . have 

Ex parte cimncil : proc'gs 1868 . . . have 

Eccl. council : proc'gs 1869 . . . have 

— Capitol : rotunda and dome. Wyeth . . 1869 

— Depot question 1869? . .have 

— Sights and secrets. Ellis 1869 . . 1622.4 

— Franklin Sch- : dedic, and hist. sk. of 

sch's 1869 . . . have 

— Recollections. Gobright 18t)9 . . 228.19 

— Nat- Asso. of School Sup'ts; proc'gs. 

Mar., 1870 1870 . . . have 

— Wash'n monument : an appeal 1871. . .have 

— First carnival in. Gordon 1S71 . . . have 

— Gas Co. : further plea for investigation .1871. . .have 

— Our little government, etc. Adams . . 1873 . 2379a.55 

— Behind the scenes in. Martin 1873 

— W. outside and Inside. Townsend . . . 1873 . . 2362,60 

— W. city, and how to see it 1876 . 2379a,62 

"Washington and Tipton, Ind. Union Ch. : 

hist.sk. 3 p. Post 1876. .4371.57 

"Washington Co., Miss. Jefferson College, 

Charter, hist, sk., etc. 90 p 1840 

"Washington Co., O. Brief description. 

Delatield 1834 



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"Washington Co., O., continued. 

— Sokliirs' monument 1875 

— C'cnteniiialhist. address. 83 p. Andrewa. 1877 . . .have 
■Washington, I'a. W. College: rep. on 

union with Jefl'erson Coll 1817 . Ph.v.50 

— VV. & Jeft". Coll.: Brief in Collier case, 

U. S. Supreme Court 1870. . .have 

Statement in behalf of 1872 . . . have 

— 2d Presb. Ch. : hist. 23 p. Hays . . . 1876 
"Washington Co., Pa. History. Creigh . 1870? 

Same. 2d ed 1871 . . 2375.72 

And Chartiers, Presbyteries of. 1876 . 

"Waterbury, Conn. Almanac, with hist. sk. 

(•.ieds.) . .1855 

— History. Bronson 1828 . . 4336.28 

"Waterbury, Vt. Early history : a disc. 

Parker 1867 

"Watertown. Election sermon : hist, notes. 

Langdon 1775 

— Hist, sketch. Francis 1830 . 4163.10+ 

— Three disc'^ old and new meeting- 

houses. Francis 1836 . 4163.10+ 

— Hist., etc. Bond 1855 . . 2357.35 

— Remonstrance vs. new town of Belmont. 

Austin 1857 

— Remonstrance as to Hancock Free Bridge. 

Curtis 1859 

— Ist parish : record of. Fuller 1861 

— Epitaphs from old burying-ground. 

liiirris 1869 . . 4333.12 

"Watertown, Conn. Hist, sketch. Rich- 

nrdson 1845 

— Last disc, in old ch. Reid 1855 . . 4435.8 

"Watertown, Wis. M'f'g and R. R. advan- 
tages. 22 p. Quiner (?) 1856 . . . have 

"Waterville, Me. Colby University (i.e. 

Waterville Coll.): rep. of faculty . .18.56. . .have 

Address to friends. 4 p 1863 . . . have 

Memorial hall : cor. stone 186i) . . 4484.,51 

Hist, disc, 50th anniv. Champlin . . 1870 , . 4484.51 

Obit, record of graduates 1870 . . 4484.51 

Charter, etc 1875 . . . have 

— Waterville Lodge : hist. 104 p. Skinner. 1874 . . . have 
"Wawasink, N. Y. The Indians: massa- 
cres, etc. (Revolution) 1846 

"Wayland. Complaint, etc. (Middlesex 

Canal) 1859. . .have 

— W. in the civil war. Draper 1871 . . 2328.59 

"Wayne Co , Ind. History. Young . . . 1872 . . 2371.51 
"Webster. Bapt. Ch. : hist, disc, dOth anniv. 

Reding 1864 

"Wells and Kennebunk, Me. History. 

Bourne 1875. .2337.62 

"Wells, Vt. History. Paul 1869 

"Wellsburg, West Va. Record of events, 

lb71-6. 18 p 1877 

"Wendell. Hist. disc. Webster 1821 

"Wenham. Ist ch. : 200th anniv. sermon. 

Mansfield 1845 . . 4392.81 

— Ordination sermon. Taylor . . • ... 1848 . . 5546.6 

— History. Allen 1860 . . 2357.18 

"Wesleyan University. See Middletown. 

"West Avon, Conn. IstCh. : cent'l. Grant.1851 
W estborough. Cent'l sermon. Rockwood.1819 

— Report on pure water 1873 . . . have 

"West Boylston. Brief hist. sk. Daven- 
port 1831 

— Ser., dedic. of meeting-house. Board- 

roan 1832 

— Hist, memorandum, etc. Keyes .... 1861 . 4459a.l7 

— Cong. Ch. : manual, hist, acc't. etc. Fitts. 1870 

— Halt-cent'l of Sabbath School, etc. . . . 1870 
"West Brookfleld. See. Brookfield. 

"West Cambridge. See Cambridge. 
"West Charleston, Vt. Cong. Ch. : man- 
ual and hist, sk 1868 

"Westchester Co., N.Y. History. Bolton. 1848 . .2371.16 

— Hist, of JCpisc. Ch. in. Bolton 1855. .6543.62 

— Huguenots of, and of Fordham. Wal- 

dron 1864. .5548.52 

— Proc'gs of supervisors. 1772 to 1787. 

Johnson 1870 

— Same, for 1869 (and continued). John- 

son 1850 

"West Ciiester, Pa. Directory, 1857 (with 

hist.). Darlington 1857. . 6390b.5 

"Western Massachusetts. History. Hol- 
land 1855, . 2358.6 

— Sketclies of nat. hist., etc., in. Gliidden.1869 
"Western New "STork. Anti-Masonic ex- 
citement. Brown 1829 . 5569a.60 

— History of the press, etc. FoUett . . . 1847 

— Early reminiscences :anaddre8s. Barton. 1848 



Shelf. No. 

"Western New York, continued. 

— Presb. Church in. Hotehkin 1848. . 3544.6 

— Congregationalism in : an address. Dill. 1859 

— Half-ceiil'l ser. to synod of. Chester . . 1871 . 5543.68+ 
"Western Pennsylvania. See also Whis- 
key Insurrection. 

— Early history. Rupp 1846 

— Old Redstone. Jos. Smith 1854 . . 3.')44.7 

— Centenary of Presbyterianism in . . . 1876 . . 3543.55 
"Western Reserve, O. Brief narrative. 

Allen 1774 

— Plea, etc. Trumbull 1774 

— Residence in. Hawley 1822. .2369.11 

— Two years' residence in. Ogden . . . 183.i 

— Cong, and Presb. Churches in. Kennedy 1856 . 6549a. 73 

— Early history of Disciples. Hayden . . 1875 . . 3548.75 
"Western "Virginia, Notes, etc. Doddridge 1824 

— Same., ed. by Williams 1S76 . . 2378.53 

— Sketch, for use of British settlers . . . 1837 

— History. De Hass 1851 . . 2374.6 

"Westfleld. Hist, sketch. Davis 1826 . . 4355.22 

— Reasons why railroad should termi- 

nate at 1860 Ph.v. 384 

— History, in a sermon. Alden 1851 

— W. Academy : address, cor. stone. 

Baleh 1857 

— Bi-cent'l, with hist 1869 

— 200th anniv. Bates, etc 1870 

"Westfleld, N. J. Sermon, hist, of parish. 

Iluntting 1840 

"Westford. Patriotism of in 1775. 4 p. 

Ilodgman n.d. . . . have 

"West Florida. View. Williams .... 1827* 
"Westhampton. Reunion of natives . . . 1866 . . 6643.7 
"West Hartford, Conn. Sermon to soldiers. 

Perkins 1775 

— Sermon, his 50th anniv. Perkins . . . 1822 

— Sermon, his 6(ith anniv. Perkins . . . 18.'?2 

— Two discourses. Morris 1863 

West Haven, Conn. Hist. disc. 56 p. 

Colton 1859 

"West Jersey. Outline hist, of Presb. Ch., 

1700-1869. 75 p 1869 

"West Lexington, Ky. Immigrant Ch. 

Shane 1858? 

"Westminster. Hist. Hudson ]8;i2 

— lOOtli jinniv. address. Hudson ]8.i9 . .4356.54 

Poem (also with address). Haywood. 1860 . . 43.55.63 

— Soldicrs'monuraent: dedic. poem. Peck- 

ham 1868 , . 44,50a.9 

— Cong. Ch. : 125th anniv. disc. Rich . . 1869 . . 7440.17 
"Westminster, Vt. Cong. Ch. : 100th anniv. 

ser. White . . . .' 1867 

— Hist. of. White 1869 

"Weston. Century sermon. Kendal . . . 1813 . . 6452.64 

— Address, reunion of sons of. Smith . . 18ii3 . . 5543.7 

— 50th anniv. of his settlement. Field . . 1865 . . 5646.2 

— Oration, July 4, 1876. Fiske 1876 . . 2351.60 

"Westown, I'a. Friends' Boarding-sch. 2d 

ed 1873 

"West Point, N. Y. Expos^of fact8(cadet8).1819 

— Sketch. Park 1840 . 4379a.33 

— Guide-book 3844 

— History. Boynton 1863 . . 4371.20 

2d ed 1871 . .4371.32 

m- Battle monument, hist, of project, etc. . 1864 . . 4328.15 

— Scrap-book. Wood 1871 . . 2405.60 

"Westport, Conn. Hist. disc, at Green's 

Farms. Davis 1839 

— Half-century disc, at Norfield. Noyes . 1839 

— 60th anniv. sermon. Noyes 1846 

"West Roxbury. Acc't rendered : ser., 

resig'g i)a8torate. Allen 1847 . . 6088.74 

— Jamaica Pond aqueduct corp'n (points) .1867? . . have 

— - Opening argument for. Austin. . . .1867. . .have 

— Address of Kliot Hall. Williams . . .18:52. . .have 

— Address, July 4, 1835. Goodrich . . .1835 

— Half-century sermon. Gray 1842 . . 4163.0 

— Division committee report 18.i3 . . . have 

— Disc, Iciving old ch. Reynolds. . . .1863 

— Report on Jnm.iica Pond 1859 . . . have 

— South Evang. Ch. : hist. disc. Laurie . 1861 . 5549a.l0 

— Report on location and erection of town 

house 18C6 . . . have 

— Address, dedic. of town house. Austin. 1868 . . 5543.7 

— Dedication of soldiers' monument . . .1871. .4457.50 

— Report on water supplj' 1871 . . . have 

— Independence to be preferred to annex- 

ation 1873 . . . have 

"West or South Jersey. Outline hist. 

of I'nsb. Ch. in. 75 p. A. H. Brown . 1869 
West Springiiold. Century sermon. La- 

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■West Springfield, continued. 

— geriuon In old meeting-house. Bemis . 1812 

— Half-centcn. sermon. Lathrop 1806 

— 2 sermons, his 60th anniv. Lathrop . . 1816 . . 7440.9 

— Historical discourse. Sprague .... 1825 

— Sermon, resigning charge. Sprague . . 1829 . Ph.v.78 

— Address, lOUth anniv. of Dr. Lathrop. 

Sprague 1856 . . 4442.74 

— Centennial. Bagg, etc 1874 . . 2353.23 

"West Tennessee. Old times in 1873 

West Waterville, Me. Messalonskee 

Lodge, hist. 48 p. Small 1871 . . . have 

— Drummond R. A. Chapter : hist. Gil- 

man 1877 . . . have 

"Wethersfield, Conn. Sermons on earth- 
quake. Mix 1728H.18.134+ 

Weymouth. Doctrine of earthquakes : 2 

ser's. Paine 1728 . H.1S.109 

— Hist, disc, dedic. of north meeting- 

house. Bent 1833 

— North Ch. : hist. disc. Emery 1851 

— Union Ch. and Soc'y: hist, record . . . 1857 

— Sermon, 25th anniv. of Mr. Emery . . . 1863 . 5543.9+ 

— Half-cent'l of Rev. J. Perkins 1865 

— 250th anniv. (Address by Adams) . . .1874. .2355.54 
Whately. Reports on election of T. Nash. 1843 

— Early ecc'l hist. Temple 1849. . 5546.2 

— History. Temple 1872 . . 2352.51 

"Wheeling, Va. Her arts, trades, etc. 

Thompson 1846 

— Bridge Case, reports of Walworth and 

McAlpine 18-')1 . Ph.v.l95 

— Physical and medical topography. 

Reeves 1870 . . . have 

— Health and wealth of. Reeves 1871 . . 2374.51 

Whiskey Insurrection, Pa. Proc'gs of 

Executive 1795 

— Journalof expedition, etc., 14p. Ford. (1795?) 

— Incidents. Brackenridge 1795 

— History. Findlay 1796 

— History of Brackenridge 18-59 . . 2373.20 

— Exposure of Brackenridge. Craig . . . 1859 
Whitemarsh, Pa. St. Thomas parish, hist. 

of. Millet 1864 

WTiite Mountains, N. H. History. Craw- 
ford 1846 

— Scenery of. Oakes (1848) . . 2580.5 

— Hist, relics. Spaulding 18.55 . 239.11-|- 

— Same 1858 . 4469a.40 

— Incidents in history. Willey 1856 

— Guide-book 1858 . . 2389.4 

— White Hills. King 1860 . . . 225.4 

— History. Willey 1870 

— Mt. Wash'n in winter 1871 

White Sulphur Springs, Va. Descrip- 
tion. Moorman 1859 

Whitewater, Ind. Reminiscences of . . . 1873 
Whitewater River. Sfe Richmond, Ind. 
Whitewater Valley, Ind. Facts, etc. (in 

memoir). Hoover 1857 

Wilberforce Univ. See Xenia, O. 
Wilbraham. Hist, address, cent'l. Steb- 

bins , 1864 . . 23.56.35 

Williams and Fulton Go's, O. In 

Bryan City directory 1877 

Williamsburg. Hist, discourse. Lusk . 1836 
Williamsburg, N.Y. History. Reynolds. 1852 

— Grace Free Church : rep. of establish- 

ment of. 31 p. Guion 18-59 . . 5549a.6 

— Ref. D. Ch. in : hist. disc. Porter . . . 1866 . . 4393.23 
Williamsburg, (S. C.) Ch. : hist, of, anniv. 

disc. Wallace 1856 

Williamsburg, Va. W. and M. College: 

Youth of Jefferson, etc 1854. .4346.51 

Catalogue and hist, sk 1859 . . 4385.64 

Address of J. Tyler, and poem by 

Tucker. 106th anniv. 34 p 1859. .4396.56 

Hist. sk. 22 p 18tj6 . . . have 

Same, and list of alumni. 62 p. ... 1870 . . . have 

Same. 184 p 1874 . . 4385.65 

Williamson Co., Ind. History. Erwin . l!!76 
Williamstown. Williams Coll. : sermon, 

with notice of an affair, etc. Dewey. 1815 

— Memorial of trustees 1823 . . 7598.5 

— Sermon, dedic. of new chapel. Griffin. 1828 
Semi-centennial. Hopkins & Robbins. 1843 

Address, half-cent'l. 2d ed. Hopkins. 1843 . .4396.68 

Sketches of. Wells & Davis 1847 . . 4392.15 

Hist, address (poem by Canning.) 

White 1855 

Missionary jubilee 1856. 5538.2-f 

History. Durfee 1x60 . . 2387.12 

Class of 1844 : sketches, etc 1865 . . . have 



SheK. No. 
Williamstown, continued. 

Centennial discourse. Noble 1865 

Dedication of missionary monument . 1867 . . 5531.3 

Necrological annals 1869 . . 4496.22 

Class of 1866: triennial report . . . . 1869 . . 4496.22 

Inaug. of Pres. Chadbourue 1872 . . . have 

Obituary record. Durfee 1872 . . . have 

Publications of presidents and pro- 
fessors 1876 . . . have 

Wilmington, Del. (in hist, of Delaware, 

etc.) . Ferris 1846 . . 2372.50 

— Hist. Soc'y of Delaware : inaugural meet- 

ing i 

— Reminiscences. Montgomery 1851 

— Board of trade : 1st to 6th au. rep's. 

Stone 1868-73 . . 5642.39 

— Meeting : address of Sellers on pig iron 

manuf. 1872 . . 5642.39 

Wilmington, N. C. St. James parish : hist. 

notices. Drane . . 1843 

— Safety committee, 1774-6 : Proceedings. 

76 p 1844 

— Past, present, and future of. 84 p. . . 1872 . . 4375.9 
Wilton, Conn. Cong. Ch. : 150th anniv. . . 1876 . . . have 
Wilton, N. H. Proposals for an academy. 1819 . . . have 

— Proc'gs, etc., separating from ch. . . . 1824 . . . have 

— Centennial address. Peabody 1839 . . 4163.10 

— Two dedication sermons. Livermore . 1861 . . . have 
Winchendon. History. Hyde 1849 . . 4169.8 

— History. Marvin 1868 . . 4451,10 

W"inchester. Indust. Sch. for Girls : rules, 

etc .• 1853 . . . have 

— Same 1854 . . . have 

— Oration, July 4, 1860. Belles 1860 . . . have 

— Report on water supply 1873 . . . have 

"Winchester, Conn. Half-century ser. 

Marsh 1822 

— Annals, etc. Boyd 1873 . . 4335.56 

"Windham, Conn. 1st Ch. : century ser. 

Waterman 1801 . . 5546.9 

— Hist. disc. Tvler 1851 . . 4355.51 

— Battle of the frogs. Weaver 1857 . . 4338.18 

"Windham Co., Conn. View of ecc'l pro- 
ceedings, etc. Sherman 1806 

— Sermon on original asso'n. Welch . . 1807 

— Eastern asso. : churches warned, etc. . 1810 . . 5542.51 

— History : vol. 1, 1600-1760. Larned . . 1874 . . 4473.29 
"Windham, Me. Hist, address, cent'l. 

T. L. Smith 1840 

— History. T. L. Smith 1873 . . 2336.60 

"Windham, N. H. Farewell sermon. Harris. 1827 
Windham, O. Half-cent'l of settlement . .1861 
"Windsor, Conn. Matthew Grant's record 

(50 cps.) Stiles 1859 . . . have 

— History. Stiles 1859 . . 2336.20 

— Same, supplement. Stiles 1863 . . 4431.3 

— Centennial, July 4, 1876 1876 

"Windsor, Vt. Recollections of Windsor 

prison. Reynolds 18.34 . 5579a.44 

— Farewell sermon. Byington 1869 

"Winnebago Co., Wis. Geog. and statist. 

hist 1856 

"Winona, Minn., etc. Sketch of growth, etc. 

26 p 1858 . . 5998.22 

"Winsted, Conn. See Winchester, Conn. 
"Winterport, Me. Howard Lodge: hist. 

21 p. Manter 1874 . . . have 

"Winthrop. Descriptive hist. 16+ p. . . . 1877 . . . have 
Winthrop, Met Brief history. Thurston . 1855 . . 2339.9 
"Wiscasset, Me. Lincoln Lodge: history. 

56 p. Sewall 1863 . . . have 

Supplement to 1870. 60 p. Sewall . . 1871 . . . have 

Wittenberg College. See Springtield, O. 
"Woburn. Dedic. disc. Chickcring .... 1809 

— Histor. disc. Chickerlng 1839 

— Sermon, his 25th anniv. Bennett . . . 1846 . 5543.7+ 

— Soldiers dead in U. 8. service, 1861-5 . . 1865 

— History. Sewall 1868 . . 4454.11 

— Report on introd. of water 1872. . .have 

"Wolcott, Conn. History, etc. Orcutt . . 1874 
"Wolcott, Vt. Narr. of sufferings, beginning 

settlement. Hubbell 1826 

"Woodbridge, N. J., and vicinity. Dally . 1873 . . 2372.58 
"Woodbury, Conn. History. Cothren . . 1854 . . 4336.36 

— Same. 2d vol 1871". . . haye 

— 2d cent'l: address. Cothren • 18.>9 . . 43:{6.1 

Sermon. Sherman 1859 . . 4435.8 

— 1st Cong. Ch. : bi-cent'l. Cothren . . .1870. . .have 
Woodbury, N. J. Ilistor. address. 51 p. 

Carter 1873 

Woodstock, Conn. Manual Labor Inst. 

circular 1851 . . . have 

— Ist Cong. Ch. : hist. Grosvenor . . . .1860. . .have 



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CHECK LIST 



Shelf. No. 
Woonsocket, R. I. Picture of; or, Truth 

in its nuditj-. Man 1835 

— Kumbering of inhabitants, etc. New- 

man 1846 

— Carrington Library: catal., sIj. of hist., 

etc 1854 . . 6132.20 

— History. Richardson Ib76 . .2338.54 

Worcester (city). Hist, sermon. 24 p. 

Bancroft 1811 . . . have 

— Acc't of Antiquarian Soc'y. Thoraaa? 1813. . 4311.3 

— 1st Ch. : late (litBculties, etc. 88 p. . . 1820 . . 3643.3 
Protest against proceedings of. Austin. 1821 

Remarks on late publications of . . . 1821 . 5546. 53-|- 

— Address, dedic. of town hall. Davis. .1825. . .have 

— Discourse, end of 50 yrs. ministry. Ban- 

croft 1836 . 5440a.l8 

— History. Lincoln 1837 . . 2356.20 

— History. Lincoln and Hersey 1862 . . 2356.32 

— Address, consecr. of Rural Cemetery. 

Lincoln 1838 Ph.v. 44.1 

— Address, opening of new Court House. 

Shaw 1845 . . 4358.9 

— Epitiiphs from cemetery. 36 p. Barton. ( 1848) . ,4355.5 

— W.in 1850. 64 p 1850 . . have 

— Pulpit. Smallcy 18.il 

— 2d Cong, meeting-house : dedic. serm. 

Hill 1851 . . 5446.52 

— Serm., his 25th anniv. Hill 18.i2 . . 6446.52 

— Mech. Assc: sketch 1854. .2139.63 

— Old South Ch. : hist, acc't of 1854 

— Report of survey for water. Inches . . 1854 . . . have 

— W. as it is. Howland 3856. .2356.18 

— Chemicalanalysis, etc., of water. Green. 1866 . . .have 

— 2d Cong, meeting-house : ser., dedic. of. 

Hill 1857 

— School dedic. at New Worcester .... 1858 

— Dedication of Bigelow monument . . . 1861 

— Mechanics Asso. : hist, sk 1861 

— Ist Bapt. Ch. : 50th anniv. Davis . . . 1862 

— Reminiscences of the Fire Soc'y. Lin- 

coln 1862 . . . have 

— Old South meeting-house: 100th anniv. 

hist. disc. Bacon 1863 

— Sermon, his 25th anniv. Sweetser . . . 1864 

— Ist Univ. Ch. 2oth ainiiv. : address, etc. 

Landers 1S66 

— 2d parish : report on expenditure . . .1866. . .have 

— Sermon, 40th anniv. of settlement. Hill. 1867 . . 7440.9 

— Laws, ordinances, charter, chronol. 

view, etc 1867 . 6350a.39 

— Baptist Asso. : minutes and half-cent 1 

address. 46 p 1869 

— Free institute, etc., inaug., etc 1869 . . . have 

Claims of. Hoar 1869 . . . have 

— Sermon, after 10 yrs. ministry. Shippen 1869 . . . have 

— Lyceum, etc. : hist, address. Paine . . 1870 . . . have 

— In the rebellion. Marvin 1870 . . 4424.27 

— Proposed course for public schools . . . 1870 . . . have 

— Fire Soc'y : reminiscences. Lincoln and 

Davis 1870 . . . have 

— High Sch. : dedic, etc 1871 . . . have 

— Home for Aged Females : devise, charter, 

etc 1873 . . . have 

— Amer. Antiq. Soc'y : notice of library. 

Paine 1873. .4311.50 

Acc't of. 30 p. Paine 1876 . . 4311.14 

— Dedic. of soldiers' monument. 90 p. . 1874 . . . have 

— Fire Soc'y : reminiscences. Davis . . . 1874 . . . have 
Sketches of members. 17 p. Davis. .1874. . .have 

— W. illustrated. Ambler 1S75 . . 44.54.2S 

— Celebration, .July 4, 1876. 146 p 1876. .2351.63 

Singing by public school pupils. 23 p. 1876 . • . have 

— Notes, etc. (separate from celebr., 35 

cps.). Paine 1876. .2351.64 

— W. in the Revolution. Lovell 1876. .2352.62 

— Tables of population, valuation, etc. 

18.50-76. 16 p 1876 . . . have 

— Public Library : special rep. for exhib'n. 

14 p 1876 . . 2200.24 

— Reminiscences. Wall 1877 . . 2354.56 

"Worcester Co. History. Whitney . . . 1793 . . 2358.4 

— Worcester magazine 1826. . 6224.4 

— Address to bar. Willard 1830 . . 2356.10 

— Hortic. 8oc. : trans'ns, with brief acc't 

by Jacques 1847 . . 6092.26 



"Worcester Co., continued. 

— Statist, record and roll of honor .... 1862 

— Remonstrance against division .... 1874 . 

— Statistics of, and of proposed Lincoln Co. 1874? 

— W. Assoc. : history of. Allen 1868. 

"Worcester, Vt. Record of births, mar- 
riages, and deaths. 31 p. Abbott . . 1858 . 

Worthington. History. Rice 1853 

— iiame, brought down to 1874 1876? 

"Wrentham. century sermon. Bean . . . 1774 

— ^ame, reprinted 1834 

— Sermon (delivered 1701). Mann. . . .1801 

— IstCh. : hist.sk 1818 

— North parish : reasons for withdrawing 

from Masons 1830 . 

— Letters to Thacher, and result of council. 

Ferguson 1831 

— Anniv. sermon. Fisk (1846) 

— Sermon, his .Wth anniv. Fisk ..... 1850 . 
Wright Co., Minn. Hist, and bus. direc- 
tory. Gray 1867 

Wrightstown, I'a. History. Smith . . . 1873 
"Wyalusing, Pa. Presb. Ch. : hist. Craft. 1870 
"Wyandot Co., O. Hist, sk., and Co. Direc- 
tory 1877 

"Wyoming, O. Description 1875 

Wyoming, Pa. Sketch. Chapman . . . 1830 . 

— Stories of early settlers, etc. Priest . .1837 

— Poetry and hist. of. Stone 1841 . 

— Same. 2d ed 1844 . 

— Same. 3d ed 1864 

— Massacre. Bidlack 1842 

— History. Minor 1845 . 

— Same. 2d ed. . - 1866 

— History. Peck 1858 . 

— Valley of: romance of history, etc. . . 1866 . 

— Mineral coal in valley, etc. 52 p. Max- 

well 1858 

Xenia, O. Wilberforce Univ. : hist, notice. 

14 p 1841 

Laws and hist, sk 1876 

"Yarmouth. 1st Ch. : hist, notice. 16 p. .1841 

— Free Library : dedication 1872 . 

— IstCh. : history. Dodge 1873. 

"Yarmouth, Me. Casco Lodge : hist. 64 p. 

Curtis and Drinkwater 1870 . 

— Bapt. Ch. : origin and history. 26 p. 

(Ripley) 1861 . 

"Tates Co., N. Y. History and directory. 

Cleveland 1873 . 

"Tellow Springs, O. Hist, and description. 1852 

— Antioch Coll. : ded. and inaug. of Slann. 1854 . 

Appeal in behalf of 18o8 . 

History of. Allen 1858? 

Rejoinder to Allen. (Fay) 1869 . 

Claims of. (Bellows) 1865 . 

— Hist, of Christian Ch. in. Allen. 
Yonkers, N. Y. St. John's Ch., 1763 and 

1863: a ser. Carter 1853 

— Ref. Ch. : hist, address. Cole 1868 

"STork.Mc. Garrison houses (50 cps.). Preble. 1874. 
"Y"ork Conference, Me. History of . . . 1876 
"Y"ork Co., Me. Atlas, with sketches of 

town histories 

"STork and Cumberland Go's., Me. 

Cochranisni delineated. Stinchfleld . 1819 . 
"STork Co., Pa. History. Carter and Gloss- 

brenner 1834 

York Hampton Parish, "V^a. Single, etc., 

view of Threepenny Act. Camm . . 1763 

— The colonels dismounted. Camm . . . 1763? 
Xosemite, Cal. Wonders. 68 p. Ulttcll . 1868 

— Report of com'rs. 14 p 1868 . 

— Scenes of wonder, etc. Hutcbings . . 1870 

— Yo-Semlte book. Whitney 1868 . 

— Yo-Semite guide-book. Whitney . • .1869. 

Same. Pocketed 1871 . 

..Same. 2d pocket ed 1872 . 

— History. Scenery, etc. Lester .... 1873 . 

— Guide-book. Whitney 1874. 

Ypsilanti, Mich. The past of : a disc. 

Foster 18.57 

Zanesville, O. Few words for 1859 

— Asa residence. Russell 18H8 

— Pub. schools : hist, sk 1875. 



. 4401.13 
. . have 
5449a.l4 

. . have 



7565.3-f- 



4393.23 



237.14 
4379.51 



234.12 



. 2.37.2 
4372.37 



. 6123.8 
. 3642.53 

. . have 

. . have 

. 4375.66 

. 4278.41 
. 4494.9 



. 4487.26 
4494.9+ 



. 4474.20 
4485.7 
. 23B.1 
. 4462.21 
. 6.59.30 
2369a.51 
. 2.$72.62 
2360a.63 



7594.5 



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CHECK LIST— APPENDIX 



January, 



Check List for American Local History. — Appendix. 

The following list gives the titles of articles upon American local history to be found in the Collections of the Massachn- 
Bett« Historical Society. The shelf-number of these publications in this Library is 2351.1. The Roman figures denote the 
namber of the series; the Arabic, the volume and page. — A. P. C. Q. 



Series 
and Vol. Page. 

Abington. History anddescr. Davis . 1816 . ii. 7 : 114-124 
Amherst, N. H. Bill of mortality. Far- 
mer 1805-1815. 11.4:73-77 

— Sketch of. Farmer 1814 . ii. 2 : 247-254 

Barnstable. Topographical description. 

Mellon . . > 1794 . . i. 3 : 12-17 

Sarnstable Co. Description of the east- 
ern coast. Freeman 1802 . 1. 8 : 110-119 

Sath, N. H. Geographical sketch of. 

Sutherland 1814 . ii. 3 : 105-109 

Beverly. Memoranda. Rautoul . . . 1835 iii. 7 : 250-255 

Boston. Account of the great fire. 

Mather 1711 . . i. 5 : 52-54 

— Destruction of tea in the harbor. 

Dee. 16, 1773. Iv. 4: 373-389 

— Corrcsp. in 1774 and 1775 between a 

committee and contributors for re- 
lief of suflferers by the Boston port 
bill iv. 4 : 1-278 

— Journal kept in 1775-1776. Newell. iv. 1:261-276 

— Number of dwelling-houses [etc.] in 

Boston. Freeman 1789 . ii. 9 : 204-222 

— Topogr. and hist, description. Pem- 

berton 1794 . i 3 : 241-304 

— Bill of mortality. Greenongh . . . 1816 . ii. 7 : 134-135 
Brewster. Topographical description. 

Simpkins 1806 . i. 10 : 72-79 

Bridgewater. Description. Mitchell . 1818 . ii. 7 : 137-176 
Brimfleld. Topographical description. 

Brown 1803 . i. 9 : 127-136 

Brookfleld. Hist, account of settlement. 

Fiske 1775 . i. 1 : 257-271 

— Description. Fiske 1775. 1.1:271-274 

Brookline. Historical sketch. Pierce . 1805 . ii. 2: 140-ltil 
Cambridge. History. Holmes . . [1800] . i. 7 : 1-167 

Carver. Description 1815 . ii. 4: 271-279 

Citskiil, N. Y. Topographical descrip- 
tion. Brown 1803. 1.9:111-120 

Charlestown. Church affairs 1678. iii. 1 : 248-264 

— Hist, sketch. Bartlett 1813 . ii. 2 : lfi.VlR4 

Chatham. Description. Freeman . . 1802 .1.8: 142-154 
Cohasset. History and description. Flint. 1821 . iii. 2 : 84-109 
Compton, R. I. Notes. Emerson. . . 1803 . i. 9 : 191>--206 
Concord. Topographical description. 

Jones 1792 . i. 1 : 237-242 

Danvers. Extr. from records of churches 

in Dan vers 1689-94.111.3:169-180 

Dennis. Description. Freeman. . . . 1802 . i. 8: 129-140 
Dorchester. Letter to the Hist. Soc. 

[giving hist, summary]. Clap . .1792. 1.1:98-100 

— Chronol. and topogr. account. 

Harris [1803]. 1.9: 147-199 

Dukes Co. Description. Freeman. .1807. ii. 3:38-94 

Duxborough. Topogr. desc. Bradford. 17»3 . . .1.2:3-8 

Easthatn. Description and history. 

Freeman 1802.1.8:154-186 

BssexCo. Acct.ofwitchcraftin. Brattle. 1692 . . i. 5 : 61-80 

Exeter, N. H. Topogr. de^c. Tenney . 1795 . .1.4:87-98 

Fairfield, Conn. Acct. of the burning 

of. Eliot 1779.1.3:103-106 

Falmouth. Note. Freeman 1802.1.8:127-129 

Freeport, Me. Topogr. and hist, sketch. 

Nason 1815.11.4:176-184 

Georgetown, Topographical descrip- 
tion. Sullivan 1792 . 1. 1 : 2il-256 

Guilford, Conn. History. Ruggles . . 1770 . i. 10 : 90-101 

— Sketch of a history. Ruggles . . . 17h5 . i. 4 : 18-2-lSS 

Halifax. Notes. 1 )avi8 1815 . ii. 4 : 279-283 

Halifax, N. 8. Account of. Grant . .1760. 1.10:79-81 
Haverhill. Historical sketch. Saltoa- 

stall [1815].ii. 4: 121-176 

Hillsboroue-h Co ,N.H. Notes. Farmer.lSlG , ii. 7: 6.5-70 
Holliston. Dfscription. Dickinson. .1794. .i. 3:18-21 
Hopkinton. Topographical description. 

Stimson 1794 . . i. 4 : 15-19 



Series 
and Vol. Page. 

Isles of Shoals, N. H. Descr. and hist. 

acct. Morse [1800]. i. 7 : 242-261 

Kingston. Description. Willis. . . .1815.11.3:204-219 

Lancaster, N. H. Note. Lowell . . . 1814 . 11. 3 : 97-105 

Lunenburg. Topographical sketch. 

Harris 1810. ii. 1 : 181-184 

Machias, Me. Topographical descrip- 
tion. Cooper 1794 . L 3 : 144-148 

Marblehead. Topographical and hist. 

account. Eliot 1802. . 1.8:54-78 

Marlborough. Description. Packard. 1795 . . 1.4:46-50 

Marshpee. Biogr. and topogr. anecdotes. 

Hawley 1794.1.3: 188-193 

— Description. Freeman 1802. . ii. 3: 1-17 

Massachusetts. Narrative of the plant- 
ing of the colony of M 1628. iv. 4 : 279-332 

— Journal kept in M. Dunton . . . .1686. ii. 2:97-124 

— Account of fires in M., 1701-1800. 

Peniberton 1800 . ii. 1 : 81-103 

— Ecclesiastical history. Eliot . . . [1804] . . 1. 9 : 1-49 

— Remarks on the early laws of M. 

Gray [1S43] iii. 8: 191-237 

— Extinction of slavery in M. Wash- 

burn 1857 .iv. 4: 333-346 

Middleborough. Historical account. 

Backus 1794 . i. 3 : 148-153 

— Description. Bennett 1793. . .1.3: 1-3 

Middlebury, Vt. Statistical account. 

Hall [1820] .11. 9:123-158 

Middlesex Co. General description. 

Winthrop 1792 . i. 1 : 107, 108 

Middletown, N. H. Note. Lowell .. 1814 . ii. 3 : 120, 121 
Nantucket. Topographical description. 

Kolgcr 1791 .1.3: 153-155 

— Journal of the first settlement, [also] 

remarkable things that h.ave hap- 
pened since. Macy 1792.1. 3: l.'i5-16l 

— Notes Freeman 1807. .iL3:19-38 

Narragansett townships. Memoir. Far- 
mer 1817.111.2:273-279 

Needham. Topographical description. 

Palmer [1838] .ii. 1 : 178-180 

New Bedford. Topographical descrip- 
tion. Eliot 1795 .1.4: 23-2-237 

New England. Confederacy of 1643. 

Adams 1843. iii. 9 : 189-223 

— Account of two voyages to N. E. 

Josselyn 1673. iii. S : 211-396 

— Indian tribes in N. E. Williamson . 18;» . iii. 9: 92-100 

— Gleanings for N.E. history. Savage. 1842. iii. 8: 243-348 

— MoregleaningsforN.E. history. Sav- 

age 1848-52. 111.10:127; iv. 1:91 

New Hampshire. Account of earth- 
quakes in N. H. Alden 1804. 1.9:232-234 

— Acct. of churches and ministers in 

N. H. Farmer . . . . 1819-25. ii. 8 : 175; iii. 4: 292 

New Holderness, N. H. Note. Lowell.1814 . ii. 3 : ll.Vin 

New London, N. H. Note. Farmer. 1818 . ii. 8: 173-175 

Newton. Description and history. Ho- 
mer 1798 . i. 5 : 253-280 

Newtown, N. Y. Topographical de- 
scription. Brown 1803. L 9:120-126 

North Hampton, N. H. Historical 

sketch. French 1815.11.4:189-192 

Orleans. Description. Freeman . . . 1802 . i. 8 : 186-195 

Oxford. Mem. of French protestanta 

who settled at O. 1686. Holmes . . 1830 . . ill. 2 : 1-84 

Plainfield. Account of P. Porter . . . 1818 . ii. 8 : 167-173 

Plymouth. Journ. of a plantation set- 
tled at P. 1622. [From Purchas' Pil- 
grimage] i. 8 : 203-239 

— Relation of the beginning of Kiig. 

plantation at P. Mourt [1622?] . 11. 9:26-73 

— Acct. of ch. of Christ in P., first ch. 

in N. K., 1760. Cotton 1795 . 1. 4 : 107-141 



26 



1879. 

Serios 
and Vol. Page. 

Plymouth, continued. 

— Notes. Davis 1815 . il. 3 : 162-204 

— Hist, of free schools in P. Davis . . 181.') . . 11. 4 : 79-96 

— Acct. of Colony records. Nichols. [1830]. ill. 2:258-271 

— Collections concerning early hist, of 

New Plymouth. Hunter 1852 .. iv. 1 : 52-85 

— History of P. plantation. [le02-46.] 

Bradford 1856 Iv. 3 : 1-476 p. 

Plymouth, N. H. Note. Lowell. . . 1814 . 11. 3: 109-113 

Plympton. History. Davis 1815 . ii. 4:283-285 

Portsmouth, N. 11. Acct. of religious 

soc. in P. to 1805. Alden 1805 . 1. 10 : 37-72 

Prince 3eorge Co., Va. Topogr. de- 
scription. Spooner 1793 . . 1. 3 : 85-92 

Providence, R. I. Account. Hopkins. 1765 . 11. 9 : 166-203 

Provincetown. Description. Freeman. 1802 . 1. 8 : 196-202 

Baynham. Topographical description. 

Fobes 1793 . i. 3 : 166-175 

Rochester. Topography and history. 

Davis 1815 . ii. 4 : 250-266 

Saco, Me. Topographical and historical 

sketch. Cogswell 1815.11.4:184-189 

Salem. Deacriptiou and history. Bent- 
ley [1799]. 1.6:212-288 

Sand'wich. Biographical and topo- 
graphical anecdotes. Hawley . . 1794 .1.3: 188-193 

— Description. Davis 1802 .1.8: 119-126 

Scituate, Hist, and descrip. Davis . . 1815 . ii. 4 : 219-250 
Stockbridge. Letter rel. to Indian 

school at 8. Edwards 1751.1.10:142-154 

Stow. Account of town. Gardner . . 1767 . i. 10 : 83, 84 
Sudbury. Memoir of S. Loring . . . 1767 . i. 10 : 86, 87 

— Topogr. description and hist. acct. 

Whitney 1815 . . ii. 4 : 52-63 

Tennessee. Notice of settlements hy 

white people in T 1816 . . ii. 7 : 58-65 



MENTAL PHILOSOPHY 



Seriea 
and Vols. Page. 

Thomaston, Me. Topographical de- 
scription. Sullivan 1794 . . 1. 4 : 20-25 

Topsham, Me. Topographical descrip- 
tion. Ellis 1794 . i. 3 : 141-144 

Truro. Topographical description. 

Freeman 1794 . i. 3 : 195-203 

Tyngsborough. Historical sketch. 

Lawrence 1815 . ii. 4: 192-198 

"Walpole, N. H. Sketch. Bellows .. [1816]. ii. 7 : 124-125 

"Waltham. Topogr. and hist, descrip- 
tion. Ripley 1815.11.3:261-284 

"Wareham. Topography and history. 

Davis 1815.11.4:285-296 

"Waterford, Me. Description and his- 
tory. Ripley 1803 . 1. 9 : 137-147 

"Wellfleet. Topographical description. 

Whitman 1793. 1.3:117-126 

— Acct. of creeks and islands of W. 

Whitman 1794. .1.4:41-44 

— Note. Whitman 1802 . . . i. 8 : 196 

"Wells, Me. Topographical description. [1794]. i. 3: 138-140 

"Westborough. Account of W. Park- 
man 1767 . 1. 10 : 84-86 

Williamstown. Hist, sketch of Wil- 
liams College. Fitch 1802. .i. 8: 47-53 

"Windsor, Conn. Settlement and antiq- 
uities. McClure 1797 . 1. 5 : 166-171 

Wiscasset, Me. Description. Brad- 
ford 1800 .1.7: 163-171 

"Wolfeborough, N. H. Note. Lowell. 1814 . 11. 3: 117-120 

"Worcester. Topographical description. 

Vaine and others 1792 . J. 1 : 112-116 

"STarmouth. Memorabilia. Alden. . .1797. .1.5:64-60 

"Tork, Me. Topographical description. 

Bewail • .... [1794] . . i. 3: 6-11 

"Zorktown, Va. Joum. of siege of. . . 1781 . i. 9 : 102-108 



History of Mental Philosophy, continued. 

Part VII. 

IV. {concluded). Ahxandrian Schools of Philosophy. 

Indefinite and varied views have been taken of the schools of philosophy which centred at Alexandria; and their origin 
from a mixture of Greek, Jewish, Oriental, and Egyjitian elements of thought, would naturally occasion much obscurity and 
uncertainty in defining. Ueberwcg (i, 222, etc.) uses the general term "Jewish-Alexandrian " for them, with a sub- classification. 
Creuzer, in his " Deutsche Schriften " [2904.1.9, pp. 407, 447] considers Philo (about B. c. 20 to a.d. 40 or 50) the first of the 
great teachers of Alexandria, as an eclectic in respect of the Greek philosophies, but not a Platonistsomuchasa Jewish mystic 
and allegorizer. Cousin, in his preface to Proclus [6164.1.1, p. iii],. neglects Philo and the Greco-Jewish school, as if not 
philosophic at all, and reckons the Alexandrian school from Ammonius Saccas (A. D. 160-240) onward; and Barthelemy St. 
Hilaire, "ficole d'Alexandrie " [2952.2], defines in like manner. Bouterwek, in a dissertation in theCommentationesSoc. Reg. 
Getting., for 1823 [3304.1.5, p. 227], uses the term Neo-Platonists, and classifies them into : 1. Judaic; 2. Christian, Including 
the Gnostics; and 3. Ammonio-Plotinists. This Dchaut, in the introduction to his Life of A. Saccas [5601 6] disapproves, and 
also disapproves Matter's arrangement into : 1. Eclectics ; 2. Neo-Platonists ; 3. Ammonio-Platonlsta ; and 4. Syncretists. Debaut 
would arrange instead, as follows: 1. Eclectics, and 2. Syncretists; and would subdivide these last into: a. The Jewish 
school of Aristobulusand Philo; 6. The Christian school of Athenagoras, Pantaenus, and Clement of Alexandria; c. Gnostics, 
under Basilides, etc.; d. The Ammonio-Plotinists, under Ammonius Saccas, Plotinus, and Proclus; while Matter, in his 
"Kssai historique sur I'ficole d'Alexandrie " [2192.6], applies " schools " rather as a plural, and as including all the teachings 
given at Alexandria, in all literature, sciences, and arts, from the foundation of the city to the Mohammedan conquest. Other 
classifications can be found; hut a triple division under : 1. Philo; 2. Clement of Alexandria; and 3. Ammonius S.iccas, will 
t)erhap8 serve most students well enough. For discussions of the Alexandrian schools generally, besides the general 
works, see Barthelemy Saint-Hllaire's Report, in the Memoires of the French Acad, des Inscriptions for 1844, issued 
separately with preliminary dissertation on the Alexandrians and Mysticism, and appended extracts from Plotinus [2952.2] ; 
Matter's Essai [2192.6] ; Simon's Histoire [.5603.20] ; and Saisset's review of this In "Rev. d. d. Mondes" of Sept. 1, 1844 
[3336.1.62. p. 783] ; and Vacherot's Histoire [6095.16]. Brief views of the doctrines of the chief Alexandrian teachers, with 
•some account of their works, are in Fabricius, Bibliotheca Grteca [2961.1, vols. 4, 5]; where see for Philo, iv. 721 ; Ploti- 
nus, V. 676; Porphyry, v. 725; and lamblichus, v. 758. Compare also a popular sketch in the Christian E.xaminer for 
January, 1866 [3160.2, v. 1, N. 8.] ; and in vol. 2 of Thomas Taylor's translations from Proclus [4271.5.2] is Taylor's account 
of the Neo-Piatonist philosophy, entitled " Restoration of the Platonic Theology." 

Philo and Judaism. — For the oriental influence on Judaism and the Alexandrian philosophies, see in Rltter's " Oesch. 
d. Philosophic " [6104.2.4, p. 349, etc.], a chapter on the subject ; and it is discussed in its place in other general histories. See 
also Jost, Judenthum [4489.24], vol, 1, p. 99 and p. 344; and chap. 13 in vol. 3 of (f*^tz's Qesch. d. Juden [2297.10.3]. The 

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traces of a Greek philosophical element in the Septnagint, if any, are commonly thought very slight; though Vacherot, ":ficole 
d'Alexandrie " [6095.16, p. 140], thinks them numerous and distinct. Aristobulus, an Aristotelian, thought to have been the first 
Jew -vrho studied the Greek philosophy, sought to prove that the Hebrew Scriptures were really the basis of Aristotle's phi- 
losophy ; and for authorities on him, see article in McClintock and Strong's Biblical Cyclopaedia [B. H. desk], and Ueberweg's 
History [3462.50, 1, p. 225]. The Library has the edition of Philo's works by Turoebus [6080.6] ; by Mangey and Pfeiffer, 
Erlangen, 1785-92 [6050.24]; a Leipzig edition, 1865-72 [5489. H'] ; and an English translation by Yonge [845.7; 4979.18; 
6050.23]. For expositions of his doctrines, which perhaps embody a theosophy, rather than either a philosophy or a theology 
proper, and of his status as a teacher, see (besides chapters in general histories) Barthelemy St. Hilaire, " fccole d'A lexandrie " 
[2952.2], who considers him important, as more or less of a Pliitonist, and as not belonging to the school of Alexandria, but 
as having inspired it. Simon, in his " Histoire de I'ficole d'Alexandrie" [.5603.20.1, p. 119, etc.], is substantially to the same 
effect; and Vacherot, in chapter 5 of volume 1 of his " feole d'Alexandrie, "p. 142 [6ii95.16], calls his teaching "the first serious 
and systematic attempt at a fusion of Greek and Oriental ideas ; " and " an Oriental Platonism ; " and he goes on to argue this 
at some length. Jowett has a valuable dissertation on " St. Paul and Philo," in his work on Thessalonians, Galatians, and 
Romans [6010.15, 1, p. 363], in which he considers the Alexandrian philosophy, so far as Philo was a leader of it, not so 
much a system of thought as "a method of applying Plato and the Greek philosophy to the Jewish Scriptures;" and he calls 
Philo "unmistakably a Jew." He gives Gfrijrer's "Philo und die jiidisch-alexandrinische Thcologie," being the same as 
" Kritische Geschichte des Urchristenthums " [6044.4], as, on the whole, the best authority on Philo's teachings. Consult also 
Grossmann, Quaestioncs Philoneae [B.190.31] ; Bauer's Philo, Strauss, and Benan [3487.13]; Jones, "Ecclesiastical Re- 
searches," etc. [3424.6], in which the author seeks at great length to prove, in the words of his second title, "Philo and 
Josephus, historians and apologists of Christ, of his followers, and of the Gospel; " and a paper by Crcuzer, " Zur Kritik 
der Schriften des Juden Philo," reprinted in his Deutsche Schriften, Abth. 2, Bd. 3 [2904.1.9]. 

Clement of Alexandria ; ChriitianiUj. — The Christian school at Alexandria in which Athenagoras (perhaps), Pan- 
taenus, Clement, and Origen were the most eminent teachers, was so wholly theological that it need not be discussed here. 
For a list of several authorities about it, see end of article "Alexandrian Schools," in McClintock and Strong's Biblical 
Cyclopasdia. See also the chapters on the Gnosis in Vacherot [6095.16], vol. 1, and references in other histories of philosophy. 
A paper in the Catholic World [74T2.1, vols. 1 and 3], reprinted from the Dublin Review, shows very well how exclusively 
religious was this school. 

Neo-Pythagoreans, etc. — A sort of preparation for the later Neo-Platoniism of Alexandria may be traced in one or two 
somewhat disconnected groups or series of thinkers who may be classed as Neo-Pythagoreans, and Eclectic or Pythagoreo- 
Platonists. The general histories, and those of the Alexandrian schools, have more or less accounts of these teachers ; as for 
instance pnges 453 to 558 of Zeller's Philosophic der Griechen [6094.3, vol. 3] ; less directly, vol. 1 of Matter's Ess.ii [2192.6], 
etc.; and see a passage in Meiners' "Geschichte der Wissenschaflen in Griechenland und Rom," [6098.16.1, Book 3, p. 188] , 
and one in Lutterbcck's '• Neutestamentliche Lehrbegriffe " [6022.5, p. 370]. On Apollonius of Tyana, perhaps the most emi- 
nent of the so-called Neo-Pythagoreans, and who is thought to have been pushed as a possible heathen rival to Christ, see the 
Life by Philostratus, — it is "a philosophico-religious romanccj" Ueberweg says, — in Greek and Latin, edited by Olearius 
4190.5] ; an edition with the Latin of Bonfinius [4160.3] ; and the edition in Didot's classics, in Greek and Latin [3002.13] ; 
B.181.8] ; the German, by Jacobs [4979a.24] ; an edition in French by Chassang, with not«8, etc., and some bibliography in 
the introduction [2994.21] ; a curious anonymous versified account in Italian, Venice, 1555 [Q.4072.7] ; Baur's " Apollonius von 
Tyane und Christus" [6037.18], which discusses, from the basis of the moderate "Tiibingen school," the relations of Pytha- 
goreanism and Christianity : a work by Priaulx, on the Indian travels of Apollonius [3049.57], which seems to think that 
Philostratus wrote in good faith, and that whatever of imposture there is in the work is chargeable to Apollonius himself, 
or to his companion Damis; and a good short account by J. H. Newman [4517.19.2, p. 305], who discusses the question of 
rivalry with Christ. 

Ammonius Saccas. — The school founded by this teacher, and in which his follower, Plotinus, became still more emi- 
nent than he, is that commonly known as the Neo-Platonist, and was the most widely known and influential as an Alexan- 
drian school of philosophy. Ammonius founded his school about A. D. 192 ; his follower, Plotinus, began to teach at Rome about 
A. D. 244. Plutarchus of Athens, and others, introduced the system at Athens in the end of the 4th centurj', and it was taught 
there through most of the 5th century. The schools of Athens were finally closed by Justinian, A. D. 529. The monograph 
of Dehaut. " Essai historique sur la vie et la doctrine d'Ammonius Saccas " [.5601.5], is a good discussion of him and his 
views, as well as of Plotinus, and there is a preliminary account of the other Alexandrian philosophical schools. He gives 
many references, and relies much on Matter's Essni [2192.6]. The followers of Ammonius have been classed by Degerando, 
" Histoire comparee des systfemes de philosophic " [3608.3.3, chap. 21, p. 3-32, etc.], in three schools, — viz., 1. Rome, a philo- 
sophical eclecticism, under Plotinus and Porphyry; 2. Alexandria, under Jamblichus and Hieroclcs, a mysticism; and 3, 
Athens, under PluUirch and Proclus, uniting a doctrine of revelation with the Greek wisdom. Further discussions of him 
are in the various general histories of philosophy, and in those of the Alexandrian schools generally, as Vacherot [6095.16.1, 
p. 339] ; B. St. Hilaire [•29:'i2.2] ; Matter [2192.5], etc. On the Ammonian and I'lotinian Xeo-l'l.itonism generally, besides the 
histories of the Alexandrian schools already cited, viz.. Matter [2192.6], B. St. Hilaire [2952 2], Simon [560:1.20], and Vacherot 
[6095.16], see the Latin dissertation of Olearius, " De philosophia eclectica," at end of his version of Stanley's " History of 
Philosophy" [6901.2], which begins with Potamon rather than with Ammonius Saccas; a chapter at p. 404 of Tzschirncr's 
"Fall des Heidenthums" [6075.21]; Bouterwek's paper, " Philosophornm Alexandrinorum ac Neo-Platonicorum rccensio 
accnratior," in the " Commentationes " of the Gottingen Gesellschaft d. Wiss., for 1823 [3304.1 5, p. 227]. See also a sketchy 
account in Ferrier's Remains [5606.16 1, p. 471] ; the slight but lively discu.«sion by Kingsley in his " Alexandria and her 
Schools " [4968.5] ; and compare his novel of Hypatia [420.27, etc.] ; and a review of Kingsley by Martineau in his Essays 
[•5563.S.2] ; a p.iper by Jeremie [in 395.14] ; one, translated from Constant's " Du Polytheisme Remain," in the Bibliotheoji 
Sacra for Xov., 1845 [5310.2.2, p. 649], and the same in the original [6076.11] ; one on the relation of Xeo-Platonism to Cliris- 
tianity, in the New York Review [3206.8.9, p. 336]. Mysticism in connection with Nco- Platonism is treated in a preliminary 
dissertation by B. Sl.-Hilaire [2952.2]. And, lastly. Brown, in liis " Great Dionysiak Myth " [3484.66.1, p. 67], explains that 
Neo- Platonism is worthless, from obscurity. 

For the writings of Plotinus, see the Greek with the Latin version of Mnrsilius Ficinus and his commentaries [4180.4] ; 
and the same, in Didot's collection [3002.3] ; a French version by Bouillet [4204.9], with a life, and containing also Porphyry's 
" Principles of the Theory of Intelligibles," which is a sort of comment on Plotinus; and Saisset's review of Bouillet, in 

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Revue d. d. Mondes for Sept. 1, 18-14 [3335.1, 1844, vol. 3, p. 783] ; the treatise on suicide, and some other selections, in 
English, by Thomas Taylor [5008.6]. B. St.-Hilaire has translated some selections in his work [2952.2 and, same, 6095.17] 
together with the life by Porphyry. For the relations of Plotinus to the Gnoctics, see Neander's dissertation on the subject 
[4149.9], and also Creuzer's [2904.1.9, p. 361]. The analysis of the Enneads in Ueberweg [3462.50,1, p. 244] is a competent 
summary.. 

For Porphyry's writings, see the Life of IMotinus as referred to in the preceding paragraph; and the volume of transla- 
tions by Thomas Taylor [4205.2] ; there is a short analysis of Wolff's edition of the " De philosophia ex oraculis," etc.. in 
the Bibliotheca Sacra [5310.2.14, p. 427], and see two papers on his " Sentences," and on the present aspect of the questions 
be raises, in the "Journal of Speculative Philosophy" [7521.1.3, p. 46, 372]. For the commentaries of Hierocles on the 
Pythagorean "Golden Verses," see the edition (Greek and Latin) by Curterius [B.169.11], a translation by Norris [2979.29]i 
and the French of Dacier [2964.5. vol. 2]. The book on Providence and Fate, together with the Fragments, and the work of 
Gyraldus, "Pythagorae symbolorum interpretatio," is in the same volume with that of Curterius [B.169.11]. For 
lamblichus, see the life in the different editions of Eunapius, "Vita Sophistarum " [4203.4; 3002.13, etc.]. See Taylor's transla- 
tion of his work on the Mysteries [3487.2] ; his life of Pythagoras [6098.5] ; and his Adhortatio ad Philosophiam, Greek and 
Latin [6108.3]. A paper by Meiners in the Qottingen Commentationes for 1782 [3294.3.4, p. 60] argues that the book on 
mysteries is spurious, though the weight of authority seems in favor of its genuineness. Cousin, in the preface to his well- 
known issue of some inedited works of Proclus [6104.1], claims a very high posilion for Proclus as a philosoijhical thinker, 
saying (pp. xxiv, xxv) that his teachings include not merely "all that is valuable in lamblichus. Porphyry, and Plotinus, In 
better form of expression," but that he is "the interpreter of all the Greek philosophy." Few go so far as this. Taylor's 
translations [4271.5] include the "Elements of Theology," and the commentaries on the first book of Euclid, together with 
the life by Marinus; and Taylor's estimate of Proclus is almost asTiigh as Cousin's. See also the Institutio Theologica, in 
Greek and Latin, in Didot's edition [.S002.2] ; and in Creuzer's edition [3008.9] ; the Carmina, in Greek and English [Ph. vol. 
38] ; and other editions [B. 162. 7 and B.169a.3]. There is a life, with some inedited works, by Burigny, in the Memoires of 
the French Acad. d. Inscriptions for 1761 [3212.1.31]. 

The mingled and often mystical and obscure teachings of the different Alexandrian schools were longest continued at 
Athens, where Damascius was the last scholarch, his official work ending at the closing of the philosophical schools by 
Justinian, a. d. 529; and at this point may naturally end the history of that philosophy which was taught without a Christian 
influence. 



Heraldry. 



The following list includes Burke's publications, and similar works which relate alike to genealogy and heraldry. It 
will be supplemented by an article on genealogy in the Bulletin for April. Much additional matter may be found in English 
county histories, visitations, etc., in American local histories and biographies, and in the publications of v.irious antiquarian 
societies. English works on heraldry find many readers at the Library. No mention is here made of the illustrations which 
are to be found in these books. The abbreviations H. and M. stand for Heraldry and Madrid. 



Shelf No. 
Ablaing, W. J. d'. baron van Giesmenfmrff. De Rid- 

derschap van Veluwe. 'Sgravenhage, 18.>9. 

4» ***6830.4 

Annuaire de la noblesse de Franco et des maisons 

souveraines de I'Europe. P. [1843-7(>.] 32 v. 

12» *4639.14 

There Is a Keneral index to all prcpodinjf vpluincs in 

the volume for 1868, and in that for 1872 are the indexes 

for 18C9-7i. 
Anselme de Sainte Martine. Ilistoire gdncSalo- 

gique et chronologique de la niaiso'i royale de 

France, des pairs, etc. T. 4«'«. 1'., 1868. 4''.*2620.60 
Argote i)e Molina, G. Nobleza del Andaluzla. 

Scvilla, 158S. F" **I>.200b.3 

AsEN.«»iOY 'i'ORHEs, J. Tratadodeheraldicayblason. 

M., 1855. L. 8» **D.201.15 

AuGL'STiN. A. Dialogos de las armas, i linages de la 

noblezH de Espafia. M.. 1734. Sm. 4°. . . **i).203.25 
AVELlNG, 8. T Heraldry. L. [1873.] 8m. 8<> . . . 2439.51 
Baigent, F. J., and Russell, C. J. Heraldry and 

heraldic illumination. L., 1864. 8« 6232.5 

Banks, T. C. Baronla Anglica concentrata. Ripon, 

1843, 44. 2 V. 4» *2431.1 

— Dormant and extinct baronage. L., 1807-37. 4 v. 

4» *243L2 

Barlow, F. The complete English peerage. L., 

1772, 73. 2 V. 8" *4536.12 

Barrington, a. Familiar introduction to h. L , 

1848. 12" 2 20.21 

— Genealogy simpllfled. L., 1843. 8m. 8» . . . .2430.12 
Bartii£lemy, fi. M. de. La noblesse en France 

avant et depuis 1789. Paris, 1858. 12o . . . . 46i;7.9 
Batemann, J. The great landownersofGr. Brit, and 

Ireland. L., Is78. 8" *2439.52 



Shelf. No. 
Bernd, C. 8. T. Allgemeine Schriftenkunde der 
gosammten Wappenwissenschaft. Bonn, 1830- 
41. 4 V. in 3. 8" *2232.1 

— Die Ilauptstiicke der Wappenwissenschaft. 

Bonn, 1.^41,49. 2 v. S" *2232.2 

Berni y Catala, J. Los tftulos de Castilla. Valen- 
cia, 176.). F° • .... **D.200.2 

Berra', W. Encyclopasdia heraldica. L., n. d. 3 v. 

4» *2431.8 

See also his County (genealogies, which contain many 
coats-ot'-aniis and other heraldic information. 

— Introduction to h. L., 1810. 8» **G.3744.2 

Book of family crests. L., 1840. 2 v. Sm. 8» . **G.3744.10 

— .sV(7Hf. L., IS.'.e. 2v. 8m. 80 *248u.lO 

Boscil, A. Titols de honor de Cathalunyn, Rossello, 

y Ccrdaiiya. Perpiiiya, ICife. Sm. f • . . . **D.200b.6 
BOUTELL, (;. English h. L., 1867. 8» 2435.43 

— Samr. L., 187:J. 8» 24;«f.51 

— Heraldry. L., 1S64. S" *22-i0.19 

— Manual of British archaeology. L., 1858. Sm. 

8» 2520.33 

BouTON, V. Nouveau traits de hlason. P., 1863. 12". 2239.63 
BL'RGOs, a. de. Blason de Espafia. M., 1853-60. 6 v. 

L. 4» ♦*D.3100.51 

Burke, J. and Sir (J.) B. Family romance. 3d ed. 

L., n. d. 16<> . 2576.15 

Burke, .Sir (J.) U. The commoners of Qr. Brit. L., 

18:<4-36. 4v. 8' •24:)3..1 

— The dormant, abeyant, forfeited, and extinct peer- 

ages of the British empire. New ed. L., 1866. 

8» *4.533.2 

— Extinct and dormant baronetcies of England, Ire- 

land, and Scotland. 2d ed. L , 1841. 8' . . ♦2433.4 



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— The general armory of England, Scotland, Ire- 

land, and Wales. L., 1878. L. 8" *2430a.50 

First pub. in 1842 under the title of Eiicycloptedia of 
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Burke. 

The Library has earlier editions. 

— Heraldic illustrations. L., 18o3. 3 v. 8» ... *2432 3 

— KnichUge of Gr. Brit, and Ireland. L., 1842. 

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The landed gentry of Gr. Brit, and Ireland. L., 
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The Library has earlier editions. 

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CHAS8ANT, A. A. L , and Sauvage, G. E. Histoire 

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de France. P., 1S56. L. 8« . . . 2631.5; **G.3510.4 
College heraldique et archeologique de France, 

Paris. Livre d'or de la noblesse de France. 

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COLtlJJS, A. Peerage of England. L., 1812. 9 v. 

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COCRCELLES, J. B. P. J., chevalier de. La noblesse 

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Craik, G. L. The romance of the peerage. L., 

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1828. 12» 948.15; 2233 5 

Debrett, J. Illustrated baronetage of Gr. Brit, and 

Ireland. London. [1873.] 8« •OSSe 2 

The L'brary has earlier editions. 

— Illustrated peerage of Gr. Brit, and Ireland. L., 

1878. 8» *6537.1 

The Library has earlier editions. 

Debrett's titled men. L. [1871.] 16<> 4539.S 

DOD, C. R. Manual of dignities, privilege, and prece- 
dence. L , 1844. le" 4539.2 

DOD, R. P. [C. R.] Dod'B peerage, baronetage, and 
knightage of Gr. Brit, and Ireland. L., 1S7S. 
8m. 8» ♦2438 1 

The Library has earlier editions. 

Drcmmond, H. Histories of noble British families. 

L., 1846. 2v. F» 24.M.1 

Dugdale, W. Baronage of England. L., 1675, 76. 

2 V. F" ^2430.1 

Dycke, F. van. Re>;ueil heraldique de Bruges. Bru- 
ges, 1851. 8« ♦4635.3 

Edmondson, J. Complete body of h. L., 1780. -2 v. 

F» ^2430.4 

Ellis, W. 8. A plea for the antiquity of heraldry. 

L., 1853. 8» ^2437.10 

ijTAT present de la noblesse frangaise. P., 1868, 73. 

8° ♦4631.4; C.R.8.6.2 

Fairbaihn, J. Crests of the families of Gr. Brit. 

and Ireland. Edinb. [I860.] 2 v. S* . . . . ♦2434.8 



January, 

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FiNLASON, W. F. Hereditary dignities. Earldom of 

Wiltes. L., 1869. 8« *4535.5 

Fleischhal'er, J. C. Die deutsche privilegirte 
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Foster, J. Pedigrees of the county families of Eng- 
land. Vol.1. Lancashire. L., 1873. 4" . .♦6530 2 

— Pedigrees of the countv tamilies of Yorkshire. 

L., 1874. 3 v. 4» . ." •4520 9 

Franckexeac, G. E. p. Blbliotheca Hispanica his- 

torico-genealogico-heraldica. Lipsiae, 1724. 

Sm. 40 ♦♦D.183.10 

Genealogisches Taschenbuch der Ritter- und 

Adels- Geschlechter. I. Jahrgang. Brunn, 

1870. 32» ♦4839a.l6 

Genocillac, H. G. de. Dictionnaire historique des 

ordres de chevalerie. P., 1854. 12» 2233.4 

GlNANNi, M. A. L'arte del blasone. Venezia, 1756. 

4» ^2220.12 

Giovio, P. Dialogo. Leon deFrancia, 1561. Sm. 4». 

♦♦D.24ob.l; ♦♦D.240b.3 
Grazebrook, N. 8. The h. of Smith families in Gr. 

Brit., Ireland, and Germany. L., 1870. 4" . . ♦6536.1 

— The h. of Worcestershire. L., 1873. 2 v. 4". ^2435.51 
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8° ^2235.52 

— Biblioth^que heraldique de la France. P., 1861. 

8» ^2176.21 

GniELiM, J. Display of h. L.,1724. F». ♦2430.3; ♦♦G.3730.8 

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Haydn, J. The book of dignities. L., 1851. 8". 

2484.3; C.R.19.2.1 

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Herrera, D. J., and Alvear, A. Lecciones de 

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HowiTT, W. Aristocracy of England. By John 
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Indicatedr nobiliaire de Belgique, de France, de 
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d'Angleterre. Bruxelles, 1869. S" ♦2237.10 

Ireland. [116 coats of arras of Irish nobility.] n. 

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L., 1717. 4» Pph. V. 333 

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8«. obi ♦6239.a 

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Le FiRON, J. Catalogve des tres illvstres dvcz et 
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Llorente, J. A. Discurso hcrdldico sobre el escudo 

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Lodge, E. The peerage and baronetage of the British 

empire. L., 1878. L. 8» ♦2432.60 

The Library has earlier editions. 

Lower, M. A. Curiosities of h. L., 1845. 8» . . ♦6237.14 
Lydgate, J. Scotch copy of a poem on heraldry. 

(In Early English text society. Extra series. 

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MADRAS! ANY y Calatayud, M. Tratado de la 

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1788. Sm. 4» ♦•D.a02.23 



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Magnv, C. T>., marquis de. Nouveau traite do la 

science des arinoiries. P. 1. P., 1856. 4» . *»*2220.53 
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Miiiichen, 1857. L. 8° . .' *6231.1 

Mendez de Silva, R. Catalogo real, y genealo^co 

de P^spana. M., 1656. Sm. 4» **D.135.18 

Mendoza y Bobadilla, F. de. Tizon de lanoblcza 

de Espatia. 2a ed. Cuenca, 1852. Sm. 4". **D. 203.24 
Mexia, F. de. Nobiliaro. Sevilla, 1492. F» . • **D.200b.6 
Meyrick, Sir 8. R., ed. Heraldic visitations of 

Wales and part of the marches, between 1586 

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Moreno de Vargas, B. Discursos de la nobleza de 

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An analytical catalogue of books on h. L., 

1822. 8» *2153.9 

Moya, a. M. de. Papeles de nobleza. Manuscript, 

n. p., n. d. 8m. 4° **r).203.21 

— Rasgo heroyeo. Espaiia. M., 1756. Sm. 8» . **D.204.20 
MuRATORl, L. A. De insignia quae nunc arme vo- 

cantur. {In his Antiquitates Italicse. Arretii. 
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Nahde, H. Preussisches Wappenbuch. Lief. 1. 

Berlin, 1878. 4" *2831.50 

Nares, E. Heraldic anomalies. 1st, 2d ed. L., 

1823,24. 2v. 8» . 2233.2; 2 v. 12». 2233.3; **G.3744.9 

Newton, W. Displ.ijr of h. L., 1846. 8'' *2434.2 

Nicolas, N. H. Historic peerage of England. Re- 
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1825. 2 v. Sm. 8'> *2434.4 

Noble, M. History of the College of arms. L., 

1805. 4" *2432.1 

Ogilby, J. Britannia depicta. [I..] 1736. 8<' . . . *6536.15 
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Paxliser, B. Historic devices, badges, and war 

cries. L., 1870. 8» *6238.2 

Papworth, J. W. Coats of arms belonging to fami- 
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8» *24S5.24 

Piferrer, F. Archive herdldico. M., 1863, 66. 

2v.ini. L. 8» **D.201.20 

— Nobiiiario de los reinos y senorios de Espaiia. 

M., 1857-60. 6v. L. 8» **D.201.19 

PLANCHfe, J. R. The pursuivant of arms. L., n. d. 

8» 2232.6 

Plavfair, "W. British family antiquity. L. [1808- 
11.] 9 V. Plates. 4», 1. p. Atlas, 9 plates. 
F» %*2420.,^0 ; 24.F.1 

Porny, M. A. The elements of h. L., 17S7. 8» *G.3744.4 

Prestwich, Sir J. Respublica; or a display of the 
honors, ceremonies and ensigns of the Com- 
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Rietstap, J. B. Armorial general, des families 
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ROBSON, T. The history of h. Sunderland, 1830. 

4<> *6230.4 

Roth von Schreckenstein, C. H. Das Patriziat in 

den deutschen Stadten. TUblngen, 1866. 8» . 2816.16 



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Saint-Allais, N. v. de, and La CHABLEACSSifeRE, 
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Salazar de Mendoza, p. de. Origen de las digni- 
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Sandovax, p. de. Crdnica de Alonso vii. M., 1600. 

F"> **D.122.1 ; 3090.44 

Pages 18.5-491 contain an account of various noble 
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BiMS, R. a manual for the genealogist. L., 18S6. 

8° 2484.6 

— Index to the pedigrees and arms contained in 

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StiCHAUX, L. Galerieheraldo-nobiliairedelaFranche 

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Wauford, E. County families of the United King- 
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— Shilling baronetage for 1862. L., 1862. 320 . . 4539a.35 

— The shilling house of commons for 1865. L., 

1865. 16'> 6539.7 

— Shilling knightage for 1>62. L., 1862. 32° . . 4.53ya.36 

— Shilling peerage. L., 1862, 65. Sm. 16« . . . . 4539a.34 

6539.9 
Warren, A. H. Arms of the episcopates of Great 
Britain and Ireland emblazoned and orna- 
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WniTMORE, W. H. The elements of h. B., 1866. 

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— Heraldry in New England. (/« N. A. review, 

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WlTHlE, John. The names and armes of them that 
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Wright, T., ed. The roll of arms of the princes, 
barons, and knights who attended Edward l. to 
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Wyrley, W. True use of arms. L., 1853. 12<>. 

No. 4 in *4586.20.1 

ZscHACKWiTZ, J. E. Heraldica oder Wapenkunst. 

Lpz., 1735. 12» 2833.9 



Trees and Forests. (Republication.) 



The Bulletin for July, 1878, contained a list of books on trees and forests, including some works selected by the Hon. 
George P. Marsh, United States' minister to Italy. The edition was soon exhausted, and as there have been many urgent 
requests for this list, it is here reprinted, with additions. Mr. Marsh's list was furnished to the Library by the Rev. 8. W. 
Powell. Many of the books included in it have been recently received from Europe, and their shelf-numbers are here added. 

Shelf. No. Shelf No. 

Andrews, C. O. Report on the forests and forest 
culture of Sweden. Wash., 1872. 8». 

1872, pp. 601-646 of 4420a.30 
Annales forestlferes. P., 1842-65. 24 v. 8" . . . 8850a.60 
Anni:aire des caux etforCts. P., 1862-78. 12'> . . 6849a.50 

Aus der Natur. Lpz., 1852-75. 20 v. 8» 

Bagneris, G. Manuel de sylviculture. P., 1878. 8» . 3847.39 



general works. 

Aldrovandi, U. Dendrologise llbri duo. Bononise, 

1668. F» 3870.10 

Allan, J. T. Prize essay on forest-growing. Ne- 
braska horticultural society. Brownville, 1873. 
8» No. 4 in *4263.58.2 



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~~~~ Shelf. No. 
Balfour, E. The influence of trees in producing 

rain [Madras, 184'.t?J S' 

Barth, J. B. Om Skovene i deres Forhold til Na- 

tionaloecoiiomien. Christiania, 1857. 8" . . . 
Bal'DRILlakt, J. J. Traite general des eaux et 

forets, chasses et peclies. P., 1813. 5v. 4°. **G.150.11 
Becquerel, a. C. Des cliniats et de I'influence 

ou'exercent les sols bois^s, et nou boises. P., 

1853. 8° 3966.65 

Belgrand, — . De rinfliience des forets sur I'ecoule- 

ment des eaux pluviales. (,In Annales des 

pout« et chaussees. 1854.) 8» 3316.50 

Beren(Jer, a. Deir antica storla e giurisprudenza 

forestale in Italia. Vcnezia, 1860. 8" . . . . 
Saggio storico della legislazione veneta forestale 

dal secolo vil al xix. Vcnezia, 1863. 8* . . 
Berg, C. H. K. von. Geschichte der deutschen Wal- 

der. Dresden, 1871. 8" 3846.64 

— Das Verdrangen der Laubwalder im nordliohen 

Deutsclilande durch die Fichte uud die Kiefer. 

Darmstadt, 1844. 8'> 

Bericht iiber die Untersuchung der schweizer 

Hochgeblrgswaldungen. Bern, 1862 . . . , . 
BLANCllfcRE, H. de la. I.,e8 ravageurs des forets et 

des arbres d'alignement. P., 1875 

BiiENKARN, J. Rearing British timber trees. L., 

1859. 12" 

Boussingault, J. B. Agronomie, chimie agricole et 

physiologic. 2e ed. P., 1860-64. 3 v. 8» . . 5974.12 
BouTCHER, W. Treatise on forest iree culture. Ed- 

inb., 1785. 4» 

Bradley, R. New improvements of planting. L., 

1717. 8» 

Brewkr, W. H. Woodlands and forest systems of 

the United States. (In Walker, F. A. Statis- 
tical atlas. Wash. 1874.) 23.G.2 

Brown, J. The forester. Ediub., 1851. S* . . . . 4003.5 
Brown. J. C. Forests and moisture. Edinb.,1877. S". 3963.51 

— Pine plantations on the sand wastes of France. 

Edinb., 1878. 8« 3846.68 

— Reboisement in France. L., 1876. 8" 3845.60 

Browne, D. J. Sylva Americana. B., 1832. 8» . . 3845.14 

— Trees of America. N. Y., 1851. 8» . . . 165.2; 3845.5 
Bryant, A. Forest trees. N. Y., 1871. 12" ... . 3848.50 
Caimi, P. Cenni sulla importauza e coltura dei 

boschi. Milano, 1857. 8" 3843 51 

CARRii:KE, E. A. Traite general des coniferes. P., 
1855. 8" 

Castellani, — . Dell' immediata influenza delle 
selve sul corso delle acque. Torino, 1818, 19. 
2v. 4" 

Cerini, Q. Dell' impianto e conservazione dei bos- 
chi. Milano, 1844. 8» 5845.6 

Chevanuier, E. Recherches sur I'emploi de divers 
amendements dans la culture des forSts. (/ra 
Comptes rendus des seances de I'Acad. des sci., 
Dec. 8, 1851) 3223.1.33 

Clav£, J. i;tude sur I'economie forestifere. P., 1862. 

12" 3847.60 

— Various important articles in the Revue des deux 

raondes. iSee the Index 7371.3 

Cleghorn, H. The forests and gardens of South 

India. Madras, 1861 

COBBETT, W. The woodlands. L., 1825. 8" . . . 
Cooper, E. Forest culture and eucalyptus trees. 

San Francisco, 1876. 12" 

Cooper, J. G. On the distribution of the forests and 

trees of N. A. n. p., n. d. 8*. Pamphlet col- 
lection 

CouLTAS, H. What may be learned from a tree. 

N. Y., 1860. 8" 3845.16 

Courval, E. a. de. Taille et conduite des arbres, 

etc. P., 1861 3843.55 

Cruickshank, T. The practical planter. Edinb., 

1830. 8" 

Delpierre, L. Traite des bois et forSts. P., 1829. 

24" 

De8 Cars, A.J. L'elagage des arbres. P., 1870. 8".5849a.54 
Description and history of vegetable substances. 

Timber trees, fruits, etc. B., 1830. 12" . • . 859.1 
Di Berenger, a. Archeologia forestale 

— Saggio storico della legislazione veneta forestale. 

Venezia, 1863 

Do Breuil, A. Culture des arbres et arbrlsseauz 

d'ornement. P., 1878. 12" 3847.61 

Du Hamel du Monceau, H. L. De I'exploitation 

des bois. P., 1764. 2 v. 4"> 4013.15 

— La physique des arbres. P., 1788. 2 v. 4» . . 3842.9 

— Des semis et plantations des arbres. P., 1760. 4". 

— Traite des arbres et arbustes. 2e ed. P., 1804- 

15. 7 V. F" 3860.1 

DuPONT, A. E., and La Grye, B. de. Les bois. P., 

1875. 80 3849.65 



January, 



Shelf. No. 

DuPHis, A. Arbres d'ornement. P., 1860. 12» . . . 

Ebermayer, E. Die physikalischen Einwirkungen 
des Waldes auf Luft und Boden. Aschafl'en- 
burg, 1873. 2 v. 8» 3849.62 

Elliot, F. R. Popular deciduous and evergreen 
trees and shrubs. N. Y., 1868. 12" 

Emerson, G. B. Forest trees. ' From the transac- 
tions of the Norfolk agricultural society for 
1859. n. p., n. d. 8". Pamphlet collection . 

— Report on the trees and shrubs growing natu- 

rally in Massachusetts. B., 1846. 8" .... 3845.8 

Same. 2d [enhirged] ed. B., 1875. 2 v. 8" . 3845.59 

Evelyn, J. Sylva ; or, a discourse of forest trees. 
With notes by A. Hunter 

There are various editions of this work. 

Feraui>-Giracd, L. J. D. Police des bois, de- 

frichements et reboisements. P., 1861. 8" . . 3846.60 
FisCHBACH, J., and Masius, H. Deutscher Wald 

und Hain. Munchen. [1872.] 8", obi. . . . 3849.51 
Flagg, W. Woods and by-ways of New England. 

B., 1872. 8" 3849.52 

Fries, E. Novitiarum florae Suecicse mantissa prima. 

Accedit commentatio de salicibus. Lundae, 

1832. 8m. 8" 5849a.30 

Forsyth, W. Culture of fruit trees, etc. L., 1824. 

8" 4003.3 

Fuller, A. S. The forest tree culturist. N. Y., 

1870. 12" 5998.7 

Grigor, J. Aboriculture. Edinb., 1868. 8" . . . . 3846.51 
GriNdon,' L. H. Trees of old England. B., 1868. 

8" 5859.3 

Grisebach, a. Die Vegetation der Erde nach ihre 

klimatische Anordnung. Lpr., 1872. 2 v. 8*. 

The most importaot modern work oa the distribution 
of rorests and plants in general. 

Hayes, S. A practical treatise on planting and the 
management of woods and coppices. Dublin, 

1795. 8» 

Heath, F.G. Our woodland trees. L., 1878. 8" -3847.68 
Hemsley, W. B. Handbook of hardy trees, shrubs, 

and herbaceous plants. L., 1873. 8" . . . . 3845.51 

— Same. B., 1873. 8" 3845.62 

Heyer, G. Das Verhalten der Waldbaimie gegen 

Licht und Schatten. Erlangen, 18.i2. 8". . .3852.50 
Hohenstein, a. Der Wald sammt dessen wichti- 
gem Einflussauf das Klima der Lander. Wien, 

1860. 8" 3846.50 

HOCGH, F. B. P^iblic health interests concerned in 
tlie preservation of certain primeval forests 
and in the cultivation of groves and trees. 
[1875?] n. p., n. d, 8" Pamphlet collection. 

— Report upon forestry, prepared under the direc- 

tion of the Commissioner of agriculture. 

Wash., 1878. 8" 

Journal of forestry. L., 1878. 8» *7841.2 

Kasthofer, K. Der Lehrer im Walde. Bern, 

1828. 8» 3859.51 

Kirby, M. and E. Chapters on trees. L. [1873.] 

8" 1175.10 

Koch, K. Dendrologie. Erlangen, 1872. 2 v. in 3. 

8» 3843.58 

— Vorlesungen ilber Dendrologie. Stuttgart, 1875. 

8" 3846.65 

Lauterburg, R. Ueber die Einflusa der Walder 

auf die Quellen und Stromverhiiltnisse der 

Schweiz. Bern, 1877 

Lavalle, a. Arboretum Segrezianum. P., 1877. 

S' 3847.68 

Lewis, P. Historical inquiries concerning forests. 

and forest laws. L., 1871. 4" 4520.24 

Loeffelholz-Colbebg, F. von. Die Bedeutung 

und Wichtigkeit des Waldes, etc. Lpz., 1872. 
Lorentz, B. Cours e)6mentaire de culture des bois, 

etc. 5e ed. P., 1867. S" 3847.51 

Loudon, J. C. Arboretum et fruticetum Britanni- 

cum. L., 1844. 8 v. 8» 3845.4; **G.155.2 

— The Derby arboretum. L., 1840. 8» 3830.10 

— Encyclopasdia of trees and shrubs. L., 1842. 

8" 3834.8 

— Hortus lignosus Londinensis. L., 1838. 8* . . 3830.9 
Manteuffel, H. E. de. L'art de planter, etc. Trad. 

par S. P. Stumper. 2e ed. P., 1874. 16o . . 5849a.51 
Marchand, a. Ueber die Entwaldung der Gebirge. 

Bern, 1849. 12<> 3847.66 

— Les torrents et le p3.turage 

Marsh, G. P. The earth, as modified by human ac- 
tion. N. Y., 1874. 8" 5822.16 

— Man and nature. N. Y., 1864. 8" 171.7 

Marshall, C. Planting and rural adornment. L., 

1796. 2v. 8" 



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1879. 



TREES AND FORESTS 



Shelf. Mo. 
Marshall, H. Arbustum Americauam. Phila., 

1S75. 8» 38S9.20 

Massachusetts society for promoting agriculture. 

Prizes for arboriculture. B., 1876. 8°. Pani- 

pbk't collection 

Matthew, P. On naval timber and arboriculture. 

L., 1831. 8<' 5849.22 

Mauhy, L. F. a. Histoire des grandes forfits de la 

Gaule, etc. P., 1867. 8° 3846...9 

Meehan, T. American handbook of ornamental 

trees. Pbila., 1853. 18" 

MfGUSCHEK, F. Memorie sulla migliore maniera per 

riuiettere i boschi della Lombardia. Milano, 

1859 

Menzies, W. Forest trees and woodland scenery. 

L., 1875. F" 3840.55 

MiCHAUx, F. A. North American sylva. P., 1819. 

3 V. 8'> **G.151.3 

MlCHAUX, F. A ., and Nuttall, T. North American 

sylva. Phila., 1849. 3 v. 8» **G.151.2 

MOKGREDIEN, A. Trees and shrubs, for English 

plantations. L , 1870. S» 7841.1 

MONTLiiisANT, — . Note Bur les dessecheraents, Ics 

endiguements et les irrigations. {In Annales 

des ponts et cbaussees, 1833, 2e semestre, pp. 

281-294) 3316.1.9 

McKRAY, A. Notes upon California trees. Edinb., 

1859. S" 

Nanquette, H. Cours d'araenagement des forets, 

etc. Nancy, 1860. 8° 3847.50 

Newton, G. W. A treatise on the growth and future 

management of timber trees. L , 1869. 8" . 
NiCOL, W. The planter's kalendar, or the nursery- 
man and forester's guide. Edinb., 1820. 8" . 

— The practical planter, or a treatise on forest 

planting. L., 1803. 8" 

Northrop, B. G. Economic tree-planting. N. Y., 

1878. 8« 3846.67 

Bcpriiited from the Report of the Connecticut State 
board of agriculture. 

— School of forestry 

Paris. Exposition universelle de 1878. Catalogue 

raisonne des collections exposees par I'admin- 
istration des forets. p., 1878. Sm. 8"> . . . . 4026.53 

— Notice 8ur le debit et les cmplois du satin, de 

I'epicea et du meleze, par M. Qallot. P., 1878. 

4« 3843.56 

Pfeil, W. Ueber Befreiung der Wiilder. Zfil- 

lichau, 1821. 8" 3667.30 

Piper, It. U. The trees of America. No. 1-4. B., 

1858. 4» 5840.11 

Planting and ornamental gardening. L., 1794. 8". 
PONTEY, "W. The forest pruner. Leeds, 1826. 8"" . 

— The profitable planter. L., 1828. 8» 

PoRCHER, F. P. llesources of the southern fields 

and forests. Charleston, 1863. 8« 4475.10 

— Same. New ed. 1869. 8» 4475.11 

PuTON, A. L'amenagement des forets. 2e ed. P., 

1874. 16» 6849a.52 

Raesfeldt, — Freiherr von. Der Wald in den Alpen. 

(/n Zeitschrift des deutschen u. oesterreichis- 

chen Ahjenvereins, Jahrg. 1878. Heft. 1.) . . 
Ratzeblrg, J. T. C. Die Waldverderber und ihre 

Feinde. Berlin, 1869. 8<> 5894.2 

— Die Waldverderbniss. Berlin, 1866. 4<> . . . . 5890.3 
Rentzsch, H. Der Wald im Haushalt der Natur 

und der Volkswirthschaft. Lpz., 1862 .... 
R£PERT<)IRE de legislation et de jurisprudence fores- 

tifercs. P., 1863-1875. 6 v. 8» 3854.50 

Revue des eaux et forSts. P., 1862-77. 8» 3853.50 

RiBBE, C. de. La Provence au point de vue des bois, 

des torrents et des inondations. P., 1857. 8». 3843.50 
Roberts, M. Voices from the woodlands. L., 1850. 

4» 168.12 

Robinson, "W. Parks, promendades and gardens of 

Paris. L., 1869. %" 4635.1 

Rosa, G. Lc condizioni de' boschi, de' fiumi e de' 

torrenti nella provincia di Bergamo. 1861 . . 
Rosshaessler, E. a. Der Wald. Lpz., 1863. 

8» 6842.1 

Rousset, a. Les (Etudes de maitre Pierre sur I'agrl- 

culture et les forets. P., 1864. 12» 5849a.53 

Sargent, C. 8. A few suggestions on tree-planting. 

B., 1876. 8«. Pamphlet collection 



Shelf. No. 
Sargent, C. 8., continued. 

— I\()lrs on trees and tree-planting. B., 1878. 8". 

I'ainphlet collection 

The abo\c urc reprinted from the iSd and 25th report! 
«jf ;hc i!as8. State board of agriculture. 

Schacht, H. Les arbres. Bruxelles, 1862. S" . . 

— Der Baum. Berlin, 1860. 8"" 3845.20 

Schleiken, M. J. Fiir Baum und Wald. Lpz., 

1870. 8» 3546.63 

Selby, p. J. History of British forest-trees. L., 

1842. 8» 3845.6 

Siemoni, G. C. Manuale teorico-pratico d'arte fo- 

restalc. 2a ed. Firenze, 1872. 8" 5859.50 

Springer. J. S. Forest-life and forest-trees. N. Y., 
1851. 120 

Standish, — , and Noble, — . Practical hints on 
planting ornsunental trees, with particular ref- 
erence to coniferse. L , 1852. Bm. 8» . . . . 

Steuakt, H. I'lant^r's guide. Edinb., 1848. 

8" 3982.5 

Strutt, J. G Sylva Britannica. L.. 1826. F* . . 

BuRELL, A. l<;tude sur les torrents des Hautes-Alpes. 

P., 1870-72. 2v. 8« 3043.52 

Troy, P. Inondations, reboisements et p&turages. 
!f!;tude sur le reboisement des montagues. 
P., 1861 

Vaillant, L.? De I'influence des forgts sur le 
regime des sources 

Valles, M. F. De I'alienation des forets, etc. P., 
1865 

Vasey, G. a catalogue of the forest trees of the 
United States which usually attain a height of 
sixteen feet or more. Wash , 1876. 8" . . . 

Villa, A. G. B. Necessity del boschi nella Lom- 
bardia. Milano, 1850. 4» 

Wessely, J. Die oesterreichischen Alpcnlander 

und ihre Forste. Wien, 1853. 2 v. S" . . . 3843.57 

SPECIAL WORKS. 

Andersson, N. J. Salices Boreali-Amerlcanse, a 
synopsis of North American willows. B., 
1S60. {In Proc. Am. Acad, of arts and sc, 
V. 4, pp. 50-78) *3870.6 

Barney, E. E. Facts and information In relation to 
the catalpa tree. Dayton, 1878. 8". Pam- 
phlet collection 

Delamaiire, L. G. Historique de la creation d'une 
richesse millionaire par la culture des pins. 
!•., 1827. 8» . . . . • 

— Traite pratique de la culture des pins k grandes 

dimensions. 2e ed. P., 1826. 8» 

Dupui«, A. Conifiires de pleine terre. P., 1872. 12"> 
Endlicher, 8. Synopsis coniferarum. Sangalli, 

1847. 8» 

Forbes, J. l*inetum Woburnense. L., 1839. 8"" . 
Gordon, G. The pinetum. L., 1858. 8» 3845.7 

— Same. ' L., 1875. 8° 3845.56 

Hoffman, G. F. Historia sallcum. Lpz., 1787-91. 

F» 

Hooper, J. The book of evergreens. N. Y., n. d. 

12» 

" Johannes Senilis," pneud. Pinacese, a handbook 

of the firs and pines. L., 1866. 8» 

KiRWAN, C. de. Les conifdres. P., 1868. 2 v. 16». 
Koch, K. De salicibus Europseis commentatio. 

Erlangas, 1828. 16<> 

Lambert, a. B. Description of the genus pinus. 

L„1832. 2v. L. 8" 

Lawson, P. Pinetum Britannicum. Edinb. In 

course of publication 

Murray, A. The pines and furs of Japan. L., 1868. 

12» 

— On the synonymy of various conifers. L., 1863. 

8* 

Peck, C. H. The black spruce. [Albany, 1875?] 

8» No. 10 in •447Z62 

Rush, B. An account of the sugar maple. I'hila., 

L., 1792. 8» Pph. V. 329 

Scaling, W. Planting, culture and uses of the wlU 

low. L., 1871,72. 12« 

Trautvetter, E. K. Salicetum sive salicum formae. 

PetropoU, 1836. 4» 



United States Government Publications. 

The following are published by the United States government : — 

Forest cultivation on the Plains, by L. Blodget, in the Report of the Department of Agriculture for 1872; — Forest cult- 
ure, in the Report for 1870 ; —American forests, their destruction and preservation, by F. Starr, jr., in the Report for 1865; — 

33 



AFGHANISTAN 



January, 



Culture and management of forests, 3Sth congress, 2d seesioD, exec. doc. 68; — Preservation of forests, and mem., from the 
American association for the advancement of science, on the cultivation of timber and the preservation of forests, 43d 
congress, let session. House doc. 259; — Preservation of forests, 43d congress, 1st session, Senate doc. 28; — Forests and 
their climatic influence, by A. C. Becqucrel, Smithsonian report for 1869, 41st congress, 3d session, exec. doc. 153; — Dis- 
tribution of forest trees in Montana, Idaho, ar.d Washington territory, by W. W. Johnson, Smithsonian report for 
1870, 42d congress, 1st session, exec. doc. '20; — Distribution of forests and trees of North America, with notes on ita 
physical geography, by J. G. Cooper, 8mith^onian report for 1858, 35th congress, 2d session. Misc. doc. 49; — Forests and 
forestry, by J. A. Warder, 44th congress, Ist session, exec. doc. 196; — The forests and trees of Northern America, Report 
of the Commissioner of patents, 1860, by J. G. Cooper; — Report upon forestry, 1878. 

Parliamentary Papers of Great Britain. 

In the Sessional Papers issued by the British government are annual reports on forests, etc., relating especially to 
Great Britain. These can be consulted at this Library. 

Massachusetts Board of Agriculture. 

The annual reports of the Secretary of this Board [6445.4] contain many valuable articles on this subject. The im- 
portance of tree-culture is treated of in the reports for 1853, 54, 56, 57, 59, 61, 65, 71, 72, 75, 76; — Desirability of extending 
the growth of forests, 1853, 54, 56, 57, 59, 61, 62, 65, 69, 71, 72, 75 ; — Destruction of forests increasing the liability to drought, 
1854, 56, 59, 61, 69, 75; — Temperature of soil in forests, 1854, 56, 59, 65; — Extent of the destruction of foresU, 1854, 65, 72, 
75; — Profit of growing forests, 1856, 57, 65, 75; — Influence of forests, 1854, 56, 59, 61, 69, 71, 72, 75; — Number of valuable 
species of forest trees in this country, 1854, 57, 66, 69, 72; — Methods and times of planting and transplanting forest trees 
1856, 60, 62, 65, 66, 75, 76; — Rotation in forest trees, 1860, 69 (for another article on this subject, see H. D. Thoreau's "Ex- 
cursions," 4506.14) ; — Time of felling forest trees, 1856 ; — Characteristics of different trees, 1866 ; — Change of the foliage in 
autumn, 1875; — Forest schools in Europe, 1875; — Characteristics of the foliage of northern compared with that of southern 
trees, 1865; — Action of frost on trees, 1874; — Efiect of girdling, 1873, 74; — Value of farms increased by trees, 1875; — 
Purification of the atmosphere, 1875; — Nearness to dwelUng-houses, 1875; — Notes on trees and tree-planting, by C. S. 
Sargent, 1875, 77. 

See also the Transactions of the Massachusetts horticultural society, and of the American association for the advaoce- 
ment of science, passim. 

• 

Magazine Articles. 

The following are among the articles which have appeared in various magazines : — 

Popular science monthly: Forests and fruit-growing, Dec., 1872; Trees and rain, Nov., 1872; Action of drought and 
cold on forest-trees, June, 1873; Longevity of trees, July, 1873; Nature's distribution of trees. May, 1874; Action of frost on 
the position of trees, Aug., 1874; Forests and rainfall, Nov., 1874, June, 1875; M-dturity of timber trees, Feb., 1876. — Ameri- 
can naturalist: Our native trees and shrubs, by J. W. Chickering, jr., June, 1870; Acclimatization of foreign trees and 
plants, by A. W. Bennett, Nov., 1870; Plain, prairie, and forest, by J. D. Whitney, Oct., Nov., 1876. — Penn monthly: 
American and European forestry, June, July, Sept., 1876. — Revue des deux mondes : Various important articles to he 
found in the Index, 7371.3. — Oesterreichische Monatsschrift flir Forstwesen. — North American review : The preservation 
of forests, Jan., 1879. 

A list of Spanish works on this subject can be found in B. A. Ramirez, Diccionario de bibliografia agronomica 
[D.181.33]. 



Afghanistan. 



For accounts of this country down to the present century, histories of India and Persia must be consulted. Ita political 
significance in relation to India and England dates from the visit of Elphinstone to Peshawur, in 1809. Material for its history 
since that date may be found in works on India, in the biographies of Indian residents, and in the correspondence of the 
governor-generals. Many recent books of travel in Central Asia treat of the geographical position of Afghanistan, in 
reference to the Russian-English problem. There are important papers in the publications of learned societies, such as the 
K. Akad. der Wissens., Berlin, 1818-19, 3222.2.5; the Royal geog. soc. of London, 1835, 6265.2.5; and the Acad. imp. des 
sciences, St. Petersburg, 1845, 58, 3270.1.5 ; 3280.1.3. A list of recent review articles can be found at the Bates Hall Desk. 
For a bibliography of this country see the Nouveau dictionnaire de geographic universelle, C.R. 22.1.8. 



Shelf. No. 

Abdol'l Kerim Bockhart, Mir. Histoire de 
I'Asie centrale, Afghanistan, [etc.]. 1740- 
1818. P., 1876. 8* 5041.54 

Adye, J. Sitana : a mountain campaign on the bor- 
ders of Afghanistan in 1863. L., 1867. 8» . . 5043.68 

Andrew, W. P. India and her neighbors. L., 1878. 

8« 5041.66 

Bellew, H. W. From the Indus to the Tigris. A 

journey through A., [etc.]. L., 1874. 80. . .3044.61 

— Journal of a mission to A., 1857, L., 1862. 8<>. 3044.14 
Burses, Sir A. Cabool, 1836-8. Phila., 1843. 8» . 5045.29 

— Travels into Bokhara; a journey from India to 

Cabool, [etc.]. L., 1834. 8" 694.11 



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Shelf. No. 
Cahpbeli., J. Lost among the Afghans. L., 1865. 

8« 684.19 

Denste, W. H. Campaigns in A., [etc.]. Dublin, 

1843. Sm. S" 1699.7 

Elphinstone, M. An account of the kingdom of 

Caubul, and its dependencies. New ed. L., 

1842. 2 V. 8« 3043.3 

Eyre, V. The military operations at Cabul, 1842. L., 

1843. 12» 5048.6 

Ferrier, J. P. Caravan journeys in A., [etc.]. L., 

1856. 8» 694.3 

— History of the Afghans. L., 1858. 8« 934.8 

Forster, G. Travels in A., [etc.]. L., 1813. 12*. *6267.1.23 



1879. 



GREAT BRITAIN, ETC. 



Shelf. No. 
Gleig, G. R. Bale's brigade in A. L., 1846. 8» . . 899.11 
Grant, J. Cassell's illustrated history of India. 

L., 1877. 4« 3044.70 

Vol. 2 contains a succinct account of the British losses 
under Lord Auckland's admiuistration. 

Great Britain. Parliament. Sessional papers. Cor- 
respondence of A. Burnes, during his mission 
to Cnbul, 1^37, 38, [etc.]. L., 1843. 4». A. P., lt-39. v. 25 

Papers relating to military operations in A. 

L., 1843. 4« A. P., 1853. v. 37 

Heller von Hellwald, F. The Russians in Cen- 
tral Asia. L., 1874. S" 3047.68 

Pp. 214-240 contain a sketch of Afghanistan down to 
1874. 

Kaye, J. "W. History of the war in A. New ed. 

L., 1857, 58. 3 V. 8m. 8» 5049.11 

Lassen, C. Zur Geschichte der Kcinige in Baktrien, 

Kabul, [etc.]. Bonn, 1838. 8» 3044.3 

Marhocciii, F. C. Raccolta di viaggi. Prate, 

1840-45. 18 V. in 8. 8« 2275.1 

Vol. 4 contains Viagjcio de A. Bumes, da Delhi a 
Lahora, Cabul, ec. 

Marsh, H. C. A ride through Islam : Persia and 

A. to India. L., 1877. 8» 3084.12 



Shelf. No. 

Marshman, J. C. Memoirs of Sir Henry Havelock. 

L., 1860. 8« 4544.6 

Masson, C. Narrative of various journeys in A., 

[etc.], 1828 to 1838. L., 1842. 3 v. lllus. 8°. 5048.12 

Mohan Lal. Life of Dost Mohammed Khan of 

Kabul. L., 1846. 2 v. 8» 3044.24 

MOORCROFT, W.. and Treb£ck, G. Travels in Hima- 
layan provinces of Hindustan, and in Peshawar, 
Kabul, Kunduz, [etc.], from 1819 to 1825. L., 
1841. 2 V. S" 3048.51 

Neamet Ullah. History of the Afghans. L., 1836. 

[Oriental translation fund.] 4« 3012.1 

RiTTER, C. Erdkunde von Asien. Berlin, 1849. 

80 2287.1.8 

Sale, F., lady. A Journal of the disasters in A., 

1841-2. N.Y., 1843. 8» 1693.11 

Taylor, W. Scenes and adventures in A. L., 1842. 

8» 1693.10 

Thornburn, S. B. Bannii ; or our Afgb&n frontier. 

L., 1876. 8« 3043t70 

Vansittart, H. On the descent of the Afghans 
from the Jews. (In Asiatic researches. Vol. 
2. L., 1801.) S" 5046.12.2 

Vivien dk Saint-Martin, L. Des acquisitions que 
la gdographie doit aux derniers evenements do 
I'Afghanistan. (In Nouvelles annales des 
voyages. Vol. 111-120. 1846-48.) 8« . . . *4289.60 

A review of worki, to which the war of 1841, 42, gave 
riw. 



Public Eecord Office of Great Britain. 

The Library has received additions, completing its collection of the publications of the Public Record Office. Buch of 
these as do not belong to sets already catalogued in the Bulletin are included in the following list. 



Shelf. No. 

Amdndesham, J. Annales monasterii S. Albani, 

1421-1440. Ed. H. T. Riley. 2 v *7037.55 

Calendar of state papers, domestic series [during 

the Commonwealth]. 4v *7023.55 

Calendar of state papers relating to Ireland, reigns 
of Henry viii — Elizabeth. Ed. by H. C. Ham- 
ilton. 3 V *7052.55 

Calendar of home office papers of the reign of 

George lli, 1760-1765. Ed. by J. Redington . *7045.50 

DiCETO, R. de. Historical works. Ed. by W. Stubbs. 

2 V *7046.62 

Graves, J., ed. A roll of the proceedings of the 

king's council in Ireland, A. D. 1392-3 .... *7027.60 

Kellawe, R. de, bii^hop of Durham. Rogistrum 
palatinumDunelmense. The registerof Richard 
de Kell.iwe, lord palatine and bishop of Dur- 
ham, 1311-16. Ed. by Sir T. D. Hardy. 
Vol.4 *7018.63 



Shelf. No. 

MAGNt38soN, E., ed. A life of archbishop Thomas 
Becket, in Icelandic, with translation, notes 
and glossary. Vol. 1 *7057.102 

Robertson, J. C., ed. Materials for the history of 

Thomas Becket, archbishop of Canterbury . *7057.101 

Stevenson, J., ed. Radulphi de Coggeshali chroni- 
con Anglicanum. De expugnatione Terras 
Sanctse libellus. Thomas Agnellus de morte 
et sepultura Henrici regis Anglise junloris. 
Gesta Fulconis fllil Wariiii, excerpta ex Otiis 
imperialibus Gervasil Tileburiensis. Ex codi- 
cibus manuscriptis *7057.103 

Stuart, J., and Burnett, G., ed. The exchequer 

rolls of Scotland. Vol. 1. a. D. 1264-1359 . *7015.50 

Thompson, E. M., ed Chronicon Angliae, 1328-1388, 

auctore monacho quodam Sancti Albani . . . *7027.54 

Walsingham, T. Ypodigma Neustrlse. Ed. H. T. 

Riley •7037.67 



Exchange of Pamphlets. 



There are among the duplicates in the Library many thousand pamphlets. The following method of exchange with 
other libraries has proved satisfactory : — in return for pamphlets published In any particular state or section of the country 
the Library will send an equal number issued in Massachusetts or New England. 



Memorials of Boston. 

The Public Library should contain every memorial, whether book, pamphlet, map, broadside, print, photograph, or the 
like, which is procurable, and which in any way illustrates the history or topography of the City of Boston. Books printed 
in Boston at an early date are very desirable acquisitions ; and it Is hoped that friends of the Library will assist In making 
the collection complete. 

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IMPORTANT TVORKS 



January, 1879. 



Important Works in this Bulletin. 



This list includes some of the especially important works added to the Library during the past three months, fuller 
titles and shelf-numbers of which are to be found in the body of this Bulletin. 



ART (INCLUDWiO ItLUSTBATED WORKS). 

Amsterdam. Musee national. 

CuRTius, £. Die Ausgrabungen zu Olympia. 

Darcel, a . Les tapisseries decoratives du garde-menble. 

Dart, J. Cathedral church of Canterbury. 

— Westmonasterium. St. Peter's, Westminster. 
F/lke, J. Ton. Art In the house. 

Franco, J. Habit! d'hvomeni et donne vcnetiane. 
GuiCHARD, E. Les tissus anciens. 
GuMPPENBEBG, W. von. Atlante Mariano. 
Hamdt Bet. Lcb costumes populairea de la Turquie. 
Ihstitcto di corrispondenza archeologica, Rome. 
Intime club, Pari*. Croquis d'architecture. 
PiTON, C. China painting in America. 
Praxitfles. Hermes mit dem Dionysos-knaben. 
Banti, or Sanzio da Urbino, R. (Raphael.) Loggien 
im Vatican zu Rom. 

— Tapeten im Vatican zu Rom. 
Sheldon, O. W. American painters. 

Stokes, M. Early Christian architecture in Ireland. 
WOLTMANN, A. Oeschichte der Malerei. 
YODNO, J. J. The ceramic art. 

GEOGRAPHT AND TRAVEL. 

Aylward, a. The Transvaal of to-day. 

Campion, J. J. On foot in Spain. 

Champlain, 8. de. Voyages. Trans. 

CoLANGE, L. de. French pictures with pen and pencil. 

NosTiTZ, P. Travels in Syria, Mesopotamia, and Burmah. 

Pl/'RCHAS, 8. Pilgrimes. 

Raden, W. Switzerland. 

RiMMER, A. Pleasant spot« around Oxford. 

HISTORY AND BIOGRAPETT. 

Balzac, H. de. Correspondence. Trans. 

Bismarck, Prim von. Letters. Trans. 

Bonet-Macry, Q. Gerard de Groote. 

BouLGER, D. C. Life of Yakoob Beg. 

Clarke, C. Recollections of writers. 

Dearborn, H. A. 8. Life of W. R. Leo, 

Dempster, T. De Etruria regall llbri vn. 

Dixon, W. H. Royal Windsor. 

Gatty, a. S. Ecclesfield parish church, Yorkshiiu. 

Haxleck, F. G. Memorial. 

Hamerton, p. G. Modern Frenchmen. 

Hamilton, W. Lanark and Renfrew. 

Hammolrabi. Inscriptions. 

Hendrik, H. Hans Hendrik, the Arctic traveller. 

Hodgson, J. T. Memoirs of Francis Hodgson. 

Holland, H. W. W. Dawes, and his ride with Paul Revere. 

Holmes, O. W. John L. Motley. 

Jackson, C. C. Old Paris. 

Johnston, R. M. Life of A. H. Stephens. 

Johnston, W. P. Life of Gen. A. 8. Johnston. 

Kemble, F. a. Record of a girlhood. 

Lang, R. H. Cyprus. 

Laun, H. van. The French revolutionary epoch. 

Macprebson, G. Life of A. Jameson. 



Macqcoid, T. Normandy and Brittany. 

Secession songs. 

Simon, J. Le gouvemement de M. Thiers. 

Smiles, 8. Robert Dick. 

Stevenson, D. Life of R. Stevenson. 

ViLLARI, P. Machiavelli and his times. 

Walpole, 8. A history of England from 1815. 

Withie, J. Alldermen of the warde of Alldersgmte. 

Worcester, Mass. Society of antiquity. Inscriptions. 

miscellaneous. 
American Catalogue, The. Vol. 1. 
Bibliographie de Belgique. 
Bibliographie der Schweiz. 
Burg, A. R. Imitation of woods and marbles. 
Deutsche morgenliindiechc Gesellschaft. Zeitschrift. 
Fac-similes of Anglo-Saxon manuscripts. 
Harvard College. Bibliographical contributions. No. 1. 
Knight, W. The English lake district. 
Libri-Carucci dalla Sommaia, G. B. I. T., eonU. 

Pamphlets. 
Lindac, p. Dramaturgische Blatter, etc. 
Paleographical Society, London. Fac-similes of man- 

UBcripts and inscriptions. 
I*bitzei,, G. a. Thesaurus literatnrse botanies. 
Ross, J. W. Tacitus and Bracciollni. 
Taylor, B. Prince Deukalion. 
Tyler, M. C. A history of American literature. 

IiAW, medicine, and THEOIiOOT. 

Acta sanctorum. 54 v. 

Bible. 

Etudes par des pi^res de la Compagnie de J^sus. 

Fry, F. a bibliographical description of the editions of tb* 

New Testament. 
GiDCCi, G. IcoDOgrafia storica degli ordini religiosi e caval- 

lereschi. 
Laboulb£:ne, A. Anatomie pathologiqne. 
Lee, F. G. The reformation in England. 
Mason, F. Surgery of the face. 
Oosterzee, J. J. van. Practical theology. 
PiCARD, H. Maladies de la vessie et de I'affection calcu- 

leuse. 
Putnam, G. Sermons. 
Williams, G. F. Massachusetts citations. 
Withowski, G. J. Structure et fonctions du corps 

humain. 

science. 
Bauxon, E. H. Dictionnaire de botanlque. 
CoMOLLi, L. A. Les ponts de I'Amerique du Nord. 
Dana, J. D. Manual of mineralogy and lithology. 3d ed. 
GuBERNATls, A. de. La mythologie des plantes. 
Meehan, T. The native flowers and ferns of the U. S. 
Owen, R. Extinct wingless birds. 

Pope, A. Upland game birds and water fowl of the U. 8. 
United States. Geological explorations of the 40th 
parallel. 



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A Catalogue of the first part of the Barton 
collection, including the various editions and 
translations of Shakespeare, both in the Barton 
and general library, has been printed. 

A Catalogue of Books relating to Spain and 
Portugal, bequeathed by George Ticknor to the 
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Vols. 


Periodicals 




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J Winter; 




in R. R. 


Bates Hall 


311,393 


(Duplicates 


Newspaper Room . . . 


i 9to7 
I. Summer. 


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Duplicate Room . . . 


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Lower Hall 


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3520 


Brighton Branch . . . 


9 to Stt 


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19 


Charlestown Branch . 


9to8t 


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Dorchester Branch . . 


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East Boston Branch . 


9 to St 


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34 


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Lxjwer Mills Delivery . 


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'7 


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9 to 9 


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75 


South Boston Branch . 


9 to 9 


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52 


South End Branch . . 


9 to St 


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649 



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PLACED IN THE LIBRARY 

DURING JANUARY, FEBRUARY, AND MARCH, 1879. 



ABBREVIATIONS, ETC. 



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Rox., Hoxbury Branch. 

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M.S., Map Stand. 

B., Boston. 



L., 

Lpz. 

M., 

P-. 

n.p., 

Cop. 

[J 



( ) 



* * 



London. 
, Leipzig. 

Madrid. 

Paris. 

No place of publication given. 
, Copyrighted. 

Enclose corrections or explanations. 

Stands for the preceding heading. 

Stands for a subordin.ite heading. 

Enclose names not usually retained. 

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book out. JVbi attached to Lower Hall copies of the 
same book. 

Book cannot leave the Library. 

Permission of Trustees required to take the book out. 



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



BATES HALL. 



Shelf. No. 
Abbet, C. J., and Ovkrton, ^. H. The English 

church in the 18th century. L., 1878. 2 v. 8» . 3523.58 

The initials of the writer are attached to each chapter 
he has written. 

Ablatng, W. J. d', baron van Giessenburg. De 

Ridderschnpvan Veluwe. Ongeluisterd. 'Sgra- 

veiihage, 1859. I'lates. 4« ***6830.4 

Abt, R. Die drei Rigibahnen und d.is Zahnrad-Sys- 

tem. 15 Tafeln. Zurich, 1877. 40 *4010.65 

Adams, II. G. Nests and eggs of familiar birds. L., 

1871. Plates. Sm. 8» 5908.4 

Adeline, J. Des sculptures grotesques et sym- 

boliques. (Rouen et environs.) Cent vignettes. 

Rouen, [1879.] 16" 4069.59 

Albany institute. Transactions. Vol. 9. Albany, 

1879. 8"> *7947.5 

Ai/BREspy, A. Les libres penseurs et la rdpublique. 

P., 1878. 16" 5489a.69 

Axii about Santa Barbara, Cal. The sanitarium of the 

Pacific coast. Santa Barbara, 1878. Illus. 8" . *2374.62 
AIjZOO, J. Manual of universal church history. 

Vol.3. Cincin., 1878. 8° 3512.61 

Ahadah et Ydoine. I'oeme d'aventures. Public par 

C. Hippeau. P., 1863. S" **G.287.12 

American almanac and treasury of facts, statistical, 

financial and political, for 1879. Ed. by A. R. 

Spoflbrd. N If., 1879. 16» *2388.50 

American unitarian association. A cataloKuc of 

books for Sunday school libraries. New cd. 

B., 1878. 16» *6197.4 

A collection of all the lists Issued by the Ladle*' com- 
mission on Sunday school books. 

Ames, N. An astronomical diary, or, an almanack 

for 1737-73. B., 1737-73. 3 v. 16" ♦4488.3 

Most of these almanacks are interleaved, and many 
contain a manuscript diary kept by the Rev. Joseph 
Whipple. 



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Shelf. No. 
Anderson, C. T. All things pertaining to life. An 

illustration of 2 Peter f. 5, 6, 7. Phila., 1879. 

12" .34408.57 

Anderson, C. The English scriptures. Including 

memorials of Tyndale, Frylh, Coverdale and 

Rogers. Edinb., 1835. 8» . . . . No. 1 in **G.285.30 

This book is interleaved with insertions of newspaper 
cuttings, live portraits, and fac-simile title-pages. 

Anderson, E. L. Soldier and pioneer: a sketch 
of R. C. Anderson, of the Continental army. 
N. Y., 1879. Plate. 16"> 2348.86 

Andr£, a. De la verrcrio et des vitraux, points dans 
I'ancienne province de Bretagne. Rennes, 1878. 
80 . . . : *4024.6S^ 

ANDRE.SEN, A. Per deutsche Peintre-Graveur, Oder 
die deutschen Maler als Kupfcrstecher, von 
dem letzten Drittel des 16. Jahrhund. bis zuin 
Schluss des 18. Jahrhund. B. 4, 5. Lpz., 1874, 
78. 2 v. 8» *8065.17 

Vol. 5 contains a general index. 

Annates archdologiques. Fondles par Didron, ain6. 

P., 1844-70. 27 V. Illus. 4» *3361.1 

This publication was discontinued in 1870. 

Ann£e, L', g^ographlque. 2e sir. T. 2. 1877. P., 

1878. 8» . , , , *6277.2 

Annuaire Btatistlquc de la France, le annie. 1878. 

P., 1878. L. 8» *6610a,60 

Published under the direction of the Ministira de 
I'agriculture et du commerce. 

Anselme de Sainte-Marie. (Pierre de Guibours). 
Histoire gen(5alogiqiie et chronologique de la 
maison royale de France [etc.]. 4e ed. Cor- 
rlgee par Potier de Courcy. T. 4e. P., 1878. 
4» . %*2620.00 

RiimpressioD de I'Mition de 1726.^. * 



BATES HALL 



April, 



Shelf. No. 

AKCH.SOLOCI8T, The. and jourtial of antiquarian sci- 
ence. Ed. by J. O. Halliwell. Kos. 1-10. L., 
1842. 2 V. In 1. Plates. 8» »*G.286.6 

Arciiivio Btorico italiano. 3a ser., t. 24-26; 4a ser., 

t. 1. Firenze, 1876-78. 4 v. 8» . . *5265.1 

Atkinson, W. B. The Philadelphia medical regis, 
ter and directory, 1878. [5th ed.] Phila., 1878. 
16« *3739.54 

AuBiGNfc, T. A. d'. (Euvres completes. T. 1-1. P., 

1873-77. 4 V. 16» 2709.51 

AnCASsiN etNicolett«. Chantefable du 12 sifecle, trad. 

parA. Bida. P., 1878. Plates. Sm. 4» . . . *2662.56 

Bacon, T. 8. The reign of God not "the reign of 

law." Bait., 1878. 12» 5489.79 

Baebr, C. C. W. F. Syrabolik des mo8,-jischen Cul- 

tus. ler B. 2te Aufl. Heidelberg, 1874. 8» . 5486.66 

Bagebot, W. Literary studies. L., 1879. 2 v. 

Portr. 8» 2554.51 

Portions of this work have appeared in " Estimates 
of some Englishmen and Scotchmen" publ. in 1858; in 
the National review, Fortnightly and Contemporary re- 
views, and Economist. 

Bain, A. Education as a science. N. T., 1879. 12».3597.66 

Baines, T. Yorkshire, past and present : a history 
and description of the county of York to 1870 
[Div. IV to 1875]. With an account of its manu- 
factures, commerce [etc.]. Including an ac- 
count of [its] woollen trade by E. Baines. L., 
[1876?] 2 V. in 4. Portrs. Plates. Folded 
map. 4» ***2460.27 

Baker, H. B. English actors from Shakespeare to 

Macready. N. Y., 1879. 2 v. 12" 2458.68 

Ballantine, H. Midnight marches through Persia. 

Maps and illus. B., 1879. 8" 5045.71 

Banville, T. de. Comedies. P., 1878. 16" . . . *4669a.72 

Content!. — D'mne au bois; Le beau L^andre; Flo- 
rise; Lapomme; Deidamia; Les fourberies de Ndrine. 

Barbedette, H. Stephen Heller : his life and works. 

From the French, by R. Brown-Borthwick. 

L., 1877. Portr. 16" 4049.72 

Barlow, A. The history and principles of weaving 

by hand and by power. Illus. L., 1878. S* . 4012.65 

Reprinted from Engineering, with a chapter on lace- 
making machineiy from the Journal of the Soc. of arts. 

Bartlett, J. R. History of the Wanton family, of 

Newport, R. I. Providence, 1878. L. 12» . . *4438.15 

Bartsch, C. Grundriss zur Geschichte der proven- 

zalischen Literatur. Elberfeld, 1872. 8» . . . 2682.55 

Batz-Trenqcelleon, C. de. La ftlle de Washington. 

Drame historique. Bordeaux, 1878. 8° . . . 4676.71 

Bai'DRILLART, H. J. L. Manuel d'economie poli- 
tique. 3e 6d. P., 1872. 18« *5649a.54 

Bauer, J. J. Bibliotheca librorvm rariorvm vniver- 

salis. NUrnberg, 1770-72. 4 v. in 2. 16» , **G.287.16 
— Same. Supplementa. NUrnberg, 1774-91. 3 v. 

in 2. 16» **G.287.16 

Babnard, L. Life of the apostle St. John. Tr. 

from the Ist Fr. ed. K. Y., 1875. Portr. 16" . 3559.80 

Bay, W. V. N. Reminiscences of the bench and bar 
of Missouri. St. Louis, 1878. Portr. Fac- 
simile. 8» 4344.52 

Beach, Emily J. Misunderstood. [Poem.] B., 

1876. 12<> 2406.81 

Becker, C. A. Das Aufnehmen mit dem Messtische. 
2teAu8g. Mit drei Planen. Lpz., 1850. 2 v. 
Text. Atlas. Folded plates. 8» 3916.61 

Bedelt., G. T. The Canterbury pilgrimage. To and 
from the Lambeth conference and Sheffield 
congress. N. Y. [1878.] 12» 3547.66 

Beecher, C. Spiritual manifestations. B., 1879. 8« . 5603.59 

Beerbohm, J. Wanderings in Patagonia. Map and 

lllua. L., 1879. Plates. 8"> 2360a.66 

Beix, a. G. [Three circulars in regard to his pri- 
ority in the invention of the speaking tele- 
phone.] B. [etc.], 1878. F« Patent Room 

ContentB. — 1. To the public, by Bell telephone co. n. d. 
— 2. Decreeof U. S. circuit court, south dist. Ohio, Dec. 
!.■?, 1878. — 3. Letter from J. C. Watson, Ann Arbor, 
Nov. 18, 1878. 

Beix, A. M. "Elocutionary manual." The princi- 
ples of elocution. 4th ed. Salem, 1878. 16" . 3597.65 

Bellew, H. W. Afghanistan and the Afghans. L., 

1879. Sm. 8<> 5047.63 

Belrose^ L., jr. Thorns and flowers. [Poems.] 

Phila., 1879. Sm. 4<> 2396.66 



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Shelf No. 

Benn, G. History of the town of Belfast to the close 
of the 18th century. Maps and illus. L., 1877. 
8» *2478.13 

Bergaigne, a. La religion vedique d'apres les 

hymnes du Rig-Veda. T. ler. p., 1878. S" . 3022.60 

Berggreen, a. p., compiler. Folke-sange og Melo- 
dier, faedrelandske og fremmede, samlede for 
Pianoforte. Ite B. 3die Udg. Kj^benhavn, 
1869. 4», obi *8051.56 

CmUeiitt. — I. Danske Folke-sange og Melodier. 3die 
Udg. 

Bericht an den hohen schweizerischen Bundesrath 
iiber die Untersuchung der schweiz. Hoch- 
gebirgswaldungen, vorgenommen in 1858-60. 
Bern, 1862. Folded table. 16° 3847.69 

Berlxn. Verwaltungs-Bericht des Magistrats zu Ber- 
lin, 1876. Berlin, 1876. 4» 2820.53 

Berlioz, H. Correspondance inedite, 1819-68. Avec 
une notice biograpliique, par D. Bernard. P., 
1879. 18» 4048.88 

Bernard, A. Antoine Verard, et ses livres k minia- 
tures au loe siecle. P., 1860. 8» *G.285.66 

Bernis, F. J. de P., cardinal de. Memoires et let- 
tres (1715-58). Publics par Frederic Masson. 
P., 1878. 2 v. Portr. Fac-simile. 8« . . . 2650a.52 

Bevier, R. S. History of the first and second Mis- 
souri confederate brigades, 1861-65. And, 
From Wakarusa to Appomattox. St. Louis, 
1879 [1878]. Portrs. 8» *2328.6a 

Bible. Book of Joshua, with notes, maps, and in- 

trod. by G. F. Maclear. Camb., 1878. Sm. 8» . 3419.64 

— The Psalms of David in meeter. Newly trans. 

lated and diligently compared with the origi- 
nal text, and former translations ; more plain, 
smooth and agreeable to the text, than any 
heretofore. L., 1673. 24» **Q.285.38 

Translated by Francis Rous. On the fourth folio is a 
list of 2B dissenters, who recommended this version. 

— The four gospels united into one. Tr. and ren- 

dered into verse by E. H. Kimball. N. Y., 

1879. 12» 3440a.60 

— St. Matthew, with maps, notes and introd. by A. 

Carr. Camb., 1878. Sm. 8° 3419.65 

— St. Mark, with notes and introd. by G. F. Maclear. 

Camb., 1877. Maps. Sm. 8» 3419.63 

— Acta Apostolorum Grseco-Latine, litteris nii^us- 

culis. E codice Laudiano. Ed. Tho. Hearnius. 
Oxonii, 1715. Folded plate. Fac-simile8. 8*. 

•*G .284.33 
12U copies printed. 

— St. James, with notes and introd. by E. H. Plump- 

tre. Camb., 1878. Sm. 8"' 3419.62 

BiBLlOTHfeQL'E des ecoles fran^aises d'Athenes et de 
Rome. Les arts k la cour des papes pendant 
le 15e et le 16e siecle, par E. Miiutz. [T. 4.] 
P., 1878. 8« 2953.61 

BiLLlART, MM-ie It. J. {ATother Julia.) Life of the 
reverend Mother Julia, foundress of the Sist«rs 
of Notre Dame, of Namur. Tr. from the 
French. With the history of the order in the 
United States. N. Y. [1871.] Portr. 12« . . 3559.70 

Billing, 8. Scientific materialism and ultimate con- 
ceptions. L , 1879. Sm. 8" 5603.65 

Black, W. Goldsmith. N. Y., 1879. 12* 2459.74 

Blackburn, H. Pictorial notes in the National gal- 
lery. 3d ed. L., 1877. 2 v. in 1. 8» .... 4067.22 

Blakiston, J. R. The teacher. Hints on school 

management. L., 1879. Sm. 8" 3597.67 

Blanc, C. Les beaux-arts k I'Exposition universelle 

del878. P., 1878. 18» 4026.75 

Blanche, £. Des homicides, commis par les ali^n^s. 

P., 1878. 8» 3804.59 

Blelock, G. H., ed. Boston, past and present. An 
outline of [its] history as exhibited in the 
lives of promment citizens. Camb., 1874. 
Portrs. 4» **2350.70 

Blunt, Lady Anne Isabella Noel. Bedouin tribes of 
the Euphrates. Ed., by W. S. B. Map and 
sketches. L., 1879. 2 v. Sm. 8"> 5047.68 

— Same. N. Y., 1879. 8» 5040a.53 

Bluntschli, J. C. LehrevommodernenStat. Stutt- 
gart, 1875, 6. 3 V. 8« 3o60a.50 

Contents.— \. AUgemeine Statslehre. 5te Aufl. — 2. 
Allgemeines Statsrecht. Ate Aufl. — 3. Folitik all 
Wissenschafl. 

— Das moderne Volkcrrecht der civilisirten Staten. 
2te mit Riicksicht auf die Ereignisse von 1868 
bis 1872 ergiinzte Aufl. Nordlingen, 1872. 8« . 6623.6 



1879. 

Shelf. No. 
Bluntschli, J. C, continued. 

— Staatswiirterbuch, 'rait Nachtriigen, bearbeitet 

von [E.] Loniug. 2te Ausg. Lpz., 1875, 76. 

„ 3v. 8» *3560a.51 

Blyth, a. W. Manual of practical chemistry : the 

analysis of foods and detection of poisons. 

Illus. L., 1879. 8m. 8» 3977.66 

BoARDMAN, G. D. Studies in the model prayer. N. 

Y., 1879. 12" : . . . 3440a.52 

Bodleian library, Orford. Catalogus librorum He- 

braeorum in bibliotheca Bodleiana digossit et 

notis instruxit M. Steinschneider. Berolini, 

18o2-60. 4» *6171.10 

Bogardus, a. H. Field, cover, and trap shooting. 

Ed. by C. J. Foster. N. Y., 1878. Portr. 

llliis. 12" 4006.80 

BoissiER, G. Ciceron et ses amis, foude sur la so- 

ciete romaine du temps de Cesar. 4e ed. P., 

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Extra physics, and the mystery of creation. In- 
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Contains an appendix entitled " A speculative analy- 
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Fane, M., 2d earl of Westmoreland. Poems. Ed. 
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Farley, J. L. Egypt, Cyprus and Asiatic Turkey. 

L., 1878. 8" 3055.56 

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Feuillet, O. Le journal d'une femme. 2Ic 6d. P., 

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Field and rorest : devoted to general natural history. 

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3 V. in 1. 8« •3813.80 

Figuier, G. L. Connals-tol toi-mfime. Notions de 

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Fleur, La, de poesic franQoyse. Receull joyeux. 

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Reprint limited to 106 copies. Some of the rersei of 
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Fledry, it. Lc calcnl InftnlK'slmal, Pr^c(5d6 de la 
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Fliegende Blaetter. Vol. 1-68. MUnchen. [1848- 

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Fontaine, F. The exile. A tale of St. Augustine. - 

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Forbes, C. J. F. S. British Burma and its people. 

L., 1878. 8" 5045.70 

FOREL, A. Les fourmis de la Suisse. Zurich, 1874. 

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FOCCAULT, L. Recueil des travaux scientifiques. 

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FouiLL^E, A. I.Mdee moderne du droit en AUe- 

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16« 6616.19 

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FouRNiVAE, R. de. Le Bestiaire d'amour. Suivi de 
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FoxcROFT, F.,ed. Resurgit: a collection of hymns 

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FOT, A. Essai sur les principes de I'economie poli- 
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France. Catalogue general des maimscrits des 
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Freeman, F. Civilization and barbarism, illustrated " 
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Freemasonry. The Oxford ritual of craft free- 
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1879. Portr. 12o 4345.66 

Fry, F. The Bible by Coverdale, 1535. Remarks on 

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Gaimar, G. Anglo-Norman metrical chronicle. 

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Gamekeeper, The, at home. *3d ed. B., 1879.* i6"> . 4006.17 
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Geary, G. Through Asiatic Turkey. Maps and 

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12» 3526.65 

Genesis, The, of the earth and of man . . . con- 
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George, L. de. La maison Plantin & Anvers. Mono- 
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German, The. How to give it. How to lead it. 
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Gibson, R. H. The American dyer. Recipes. B., 

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GiDEL, A. C. L'art d'ecrire, enseigne par les grands 

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GtfeLtE, J. Renart-le-nouvel. Roman satirique, com- 
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Gilbert, W. 8., and Sullivan, A. H. M. 8. Pina- 
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Gill, 3fra. David. Six months in Ascension. An 
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GOEDEKE, C, and Tittman, J. Deutsche Dichter. 

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12<> 2658.60 

GooDEVE, T. M. Text-book on the steam engine. 

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Goodwin, J. 8. A day in the Boston of the future. 

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Gordon de Percel, M. le comte, pseud. See 

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Gregory, J. Centennial proceedings and historical 

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Griseb.ach, a. H. R. Die Vegetation der Erde nach 

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Griveac, a. Etude sur la condamnation du lirre 

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Grosseteste, R. The castle of love. A poem. Now 

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Brixton Hill, 1849. 4» **G.283.40 

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Guard, J. Five minutes to spare, being extracts on 

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Gudgeon, T. W. Reminiscences of the war in New 

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Guy, J. Les femmes de lettres. P., 1878. 18* . . . 4648.76 

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Hai.£, Sir M. A short treatise touching sheriffs ac- 
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Hammond, W. A. Fasting girls; their physiology 

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Harvard college. Astronomical observatory. 

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Helfert, J. A., Freihtrr von. Konigin Karolina 
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Hendsciiel, a. Sketches from life and fancy. 

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Henrict, O. Elementary geometry. Congruent fig- 
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Henry, C. 8. The endless future of the human race. 

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Herbert, T. M. Realistic assumptions of modern 

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Hermann, F. B. W. Staatswirthschaftllcho Unter- 

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Herodotl'8. Stories and the seventh book of the 
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Hildebrand, B. E. Sverlges och Svenska konunga- 
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— William CuUen Bryant. Portr. N. Y., 1879. 16».4349a.80 
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Holst, H. von. Verfassung und Demokratie der 

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Hood, C. A practical treatise on warming buildings, 

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Hooker, Sir J. D., and Ball, J. Journal of a tour 
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Horatius Flaccl'S, Q. Lyric works, tr. into Eng- 
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HosMER, J. K. Short history of German Hteratnre. 

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Hotchkin, a. a concise history of the town of 

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HousSAVE, H. Athfenes, Rome, Paris. L'histoire et 

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Hrotsvitha. Werke. Herausg. von K. A. Barack. 

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Hutchinson, E. Girder-making and the practice of 

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Jenny Maria, /;se«d. 5ee Renard, C. 

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Joyce, P. W. A grammar of the Irish language. 

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From the second part of the " Noticias secretas de 
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Judgment and mercy ; or, how the Lord dealt with a 
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Jurien de La GRAVifeRE, J. p. E. Les marina du 
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Kansas state historical society. First biennial re- 
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Kellogg, J. H. Diphtheria. Battle Creek, Mich. 

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Eden, C. H. The White Lily of the great Sahara. 

A romance 92.17 

Eggleston, G. C. Red Eagle and the wars with the 

Creek Indians of Alabama J. P. 934.15 

Egypt. Hinixtry of war. General report on the 

province of Kordofan. 1876 Rox. 421.14 

Encyclop-EDIA Britannica, The. 9th ed. Vol. 9. 

Chn. 713.1 
EuLENSPiEGEL, T. The marvellous adventures and 

rare conceits of Master Tyll Owlglasa .... 93.2 

Fairy tales published by command of her bright daz- 

zlingness Gloriana, queen of fairyland .... 92.4 
Farjeon, B. L. Widow Cherry. A novel . E. B. 312.10 

Rox. 120.8 
Feuillet, O. The diary of a woman. From the 

French Dor. 328.3 

FiGllER. (G.) L. The to-morrow of death. From 

the French J. P. 1935.27 

FlNLEY, Martha, formerly MUx Farqiihamon . sign- 
ing the contract, and what it cost . 92.18; Bri. 35.111 
Chn. 2156.18; E. B. 329.52 
^o-s.. 124.7; »«. B. 218.44 
Fleming, May A. The heir of Charlton . . . . Bri. 3.5.113 

Rox. 114.20 
Flipper, H. O. The colored cadet at West Point. 

Autobiography 1544.24 

Fontaine, F. The exile. [Poem] Rox. 1617.21 

Forney, M. N. Catechism of the locomotive .... 1193.5 
Forrester, Frank, «»«/</. Ser Herbert, H. W. 
Foster, M. A text book of physiology . . . . E. B. 381.26 

S.E. 017.10 

FOTHERGILL, Jessie. The fii'st violin. A novel. 91.19 

Dor. 409.5; J. P. 814.20 

Rox. 2314.13; S. B. 285.25 

S. E. 1827.8 

Franklin, Josephine. Cousin Regulus . . . S. E. 1828.8 

— Little Bessie S. E. 1828.6 

— Martin S. E. 1P28 13 

— Martin and Nelly S. E. 182\9 

— Martin and the miller S. E. 1828.11 

— Martin on the mountain S. E. 1828.10 

— Nellv and her boat S. E. 1*28.4 

— Nelly and her friends S. E. 1828.2 

— Nelly's first school days S. E. 1828.3 

— Nelly's visit S. E. 1R2S.6 

— Trouting S. E. 1828.12 

— Zelma S. E. 1828.7 

Frecdley, E. T. Common sense in business . . . 11.^4.7 

Chn. 5.315.6 
Froebel, F. Mother-play, and nurserv songs . Dor. 154.25 
Frothingham, O. B. Gerrit Smith. 2d ed. . J. P. 11.^4.18 

8. E. 4.H6.4 

— Visions of the future and other discourses . . . 1124.11 
Frothingham, R. A tribute to Thomas Starr King. 

J. P. 1135.26 
FcLLERTON, Lady Georgiana C. (L. G.), and San- 
dead, (L. 8.) J. The lilies of the valley; or, 
" I want it by such a day," by Lady G. Ful- 
lerton; and The house of Penarvan, from the 
French of Jules Sandeau, by Ladv 6. Fuller- 
ton Dor. 409.16; J. P. 814.31 

Rox. 2314.21; S. B. 2S5.29 

Galt, J. The life of Lord Byron J. P. 1238.1 

Gamekeeper, The, at home. [By R. J.J . . . JT. P. 2025.7 
Garrett, Edward, psevd. See May^o, I. F. 
Gazeau, F. History of the middle ages. Adapted 

from the French 9.50.3 

Geary, G. Through Asi.-jtic Turkey . . 1680.1 ; Bri. 67.62 
Chn. 2013.34; Dor. 126.10; E. B. 231.6 
J. P. 1421.2; Rox. 220.1; S. B. 341.33; S. E. 1820.39 
German, The. How to give it. How to lead it. 

How to dance it E. B. 159.26 

Gilbert, W. 8., and Sullivan, A. H. M. 8. llna- 

fore . . . .Dor. 3^4.4; J. P. 2311.2; Rox. 1630.1 
Glad.stone, W. E. Gleanings of past years, 1843- 

78. 2v Chn. 2717.15 

— Homer Rox. 1938 10 

Glance Gaylord, poeud. See Bradley, W. I. 
Glenny, Q. M F. Kitchen gardening made easv . . 1161.7 
Goldsmith, O. Poems 1344.25; Chn. 5619.2 

E. B. 169.19; J. P. 21 9.27; Rox. 1619.9; S.E. 1529.1 



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Sliclf. No. 
Goldsmith, O., continued. 

— She stoops to coiiquor, and The good-iiatnred 

man 1364.2; Cl»n. 5619.3; J. 1». 1829.1 

Box. 1519.9; S. B. 350.90; S. E. 1629.2 

— The vicar of Waketiekl I.i03.31 ; Chn. 215*. I 

Dor. 312.23 ; E. B. 349.47 ; Rox. 139.27 ; S. B. 3.W.86 
GOODALE, Elaine and Dora It. Apple-blossoms. 

[I'oemsl Bri. 142.84; S. B. 250.28 

Goodrich, Elizabeth P. The young folks' opera. 

E. B. 491.15 
Goucn, J. B. The verbatim reports of [his] London 

orations. 1878 1114.11 

Grant, Maria M. Once and forever. A novel. Rox. 124.10 
Gray, A. Bot.iny for young people. Part 2 . Bri. 124.163 

— School and field book of botiiny Dor. 95.26 

Green, Mary A. E., ed. Calendar of state papers, 

domestic series, of the reign of James I, 1603- 

1625 Rox. 7311.3 

Green, 8. A. An historical address, bi-centennial 
and centennial, delivered July 4, 1876, at Gro- 
ton. Mass J. P. 921.8 

Greene, C. S. Thrilling stories of the great re- 

bullion Rox. 415.6 

Greenfield, W. S. Alcohol : its use and abuse . . 1174.16 

GRfeviLLE, Henry, pseud. See Durand, A. 

Guernsey, A. H. Thomas Carlyle . .1543.30; Bri. 53.115 

CUii. 2617.10; E. B. 119.2; J. 1». 1238.2 

Rox. 1237.8; S. B. 60.22 

GoiLMETTE, C. A. Vocal physiology . . . . J. P. 2023.19 

Hale, E. E. Mrs. Merriam's scholars J. P. 427.2 

— Ten times Que is ten S. B. 270.47 

Hale, Lucrctia P., ed. Plain needlework, knitting, 

and mending, at home and in schools 1180.4 

Rox. 1512.12 
Hallam, H. The student's history of the middle 

ages Rox. 623.3 

Hamerton, P. G. The life of J. M. W. Turner . . Bri. 64.18 
J. P. 1234.10; S. B. 68.23; S. E. 426.13 
Hamilton, Celia V. The Lily of San Miniato. A 

story of Florence S. E. 1824.5 

Hardy, T. The return of the native . . 89.37; Dor. 409.12 
J. P. 814.27; Rox. 2314.17; S. B. 286.65 
Hare, A. J. C. The life and letters of Frances, 

baroness Bunsen. 2 v Rox. 7374.1 

Harland, M'drioi), pseud. See Terhune, M. V. 

Harris, Miriam, /ofWfr^yJ/t** Cole. Rutledge. S.E. 1825.34 

Halff, W. Arabian daj's' entertainments. From 

the German E. B. 249.44 

Hay, Mary C. A dark inheritance S. B. 350.9 

— Reaping the wliirlwind J. P. 219.26 

Haywahd, A. Selected essays. 2v Rox. 1937.14 

• S. E. 838.7 
Herbert, H. W. (Frank Forrester.) The complete 

manual for young sportsmen Rox. I.il2.11 

Herbert, Mary E., lady. A saint in Algeria . Rox. 2116.3 
Herodotl'S. Stories, and the seventh book of the 

history Rox. 6118.20 

Heroines of charity : containing The sisters of Vin- 
cennes, Jeanne Biscot, Mile. Lc Gras, Madame 
de Miramion, Mrs. Seton, The little sisters of 

the poor, etc 1544.23 

Heyse, p. (J. L.) Im Paradiese. Roman . . E. B. 2'.i9.29 

Rox. 2U26.5 

— Tales. From the German 91.22; Clm. 2157.9 

E. B. 299.25; Rox. 134.18; S. B. 270.48 
Hibberd, 8. A handy-book for the rambling botanist. 

Dor. 333.17 
Hill, D. J. American authors. W. C. Bryant . S. E. 427.10 

W. Irving S. E. 427.9 

HiLLER, O. P. A memoir of Swedenborg . . . Bri. 51.115 
J. P. 1216.23; «. E. 427.8 

His heart's desire. • A novel 93.11; Chn. 2166.2 

Dor. 328.7 

Hoey, Mr». F. Cashel. All or nothing. A novel . 70.16 

• 'Bri. 38.158; Chn. 2013.45; Dor. .125.38 

E. B. 311.74; J. P. 631.37; Rox. 1S1.42 

S.B. 211.83; S, E. 1820.49 

HOLBROOK, M. L. Hygiene of the brain and nerves, 

and the cure of nervousness Chn. 4435.19 

Dor. 333.19; S. B. 328.28 
Holme, Lee, pseud. See Parr, Harriet. 
Holmes, Mary J. Daisy Thornton, and Jessie Gra- 
ham. [Fiction] Chn. 2166.4 

Holmes, O. W. Elsie Venner S. B. 246.30 

— The school-boy. [Poem] . . . c S. B. 2.52.12 

— The story of Iris S. E. 172.9 

HOMERUS. The Odyssey. Tr. by W. C. Bryant. S. B. 268.38 

Hoi-pin, J. M. Life of A. H. Foote S. B. 163.19 

HoRNE, R. H. The good-natured boar, etc 92.2 

House, The, and its surroundings 1174.14 

How we saved the old farm, and how it became a 

new farm 1161.6 



Shelr. No. 
Ho WELLS, W. n. A day's pleasure . . 1504.44: Dor. 312.21 

— The lady of the Aroostook. [Fiction] '."3.7 

Bri. 36.96; Clin. 2 i 66.3; Dor. 328.12; E. B. 297.43 

J. P. 514.26; Rox. 124.8; S. B. 328.12; S. E. 1825.33 
Howitt, Mary, Milman, J., and Keats, J. Poetical 

works E. B. 221.3 

Hudson, H. N. Classical English reader . . . E. B. 205.26 
Huebner, J. A., Frtiherr von. A ramble round the 

world. 1871 Rox. 4.35.12 

Hugo,V. (M.),t7fcom<«. L'homme qui rit. 2 v. . Rox. 7355.2 

— Les mis^rables. 5 v Rox. 7355.1 

— Les travailleurs de la mer. 2 v Rox. 73.55.3 

Hllme, F. E. Familiar wild flowers. Ist ser. . Dor. 197.55 
Hunt, W. M. Talks on art . . . . E. B. 382.6; S. B. ,321.8 

Hutton, R. H. Kir Walter Scott Rox. 102:i.4 

Huxley, T.H. Hume Chn. 2637.3; Dor. 176.30 

Independent, The. Vol. 30. 1878 S. B. 194.2 

Inglis, J. (" Maori.") Sport and work on the 

Nepaul frontier 680.1 

Bri. 67.63; Clin. 2013.35; Dor. 120.11; E. B. 201.13 

J. P. 1421.3; Rox. 220.2; 8. B. 171.13; S. E. 1S20.40 

Iriarte, or Yriarte, T. de. Fabulasliterarhw. Rox. 2038.6 

Irving, W. (Geoffrey Crayon.) The Alhambra. E. B. 316.4 

— Bracebridge Hall E. B. 316.2 

James, H., jr. Daisy Miller. . . Dor. 312 20: S. B. 360.10 

— An international episode . . . . l.iO:J.46; Chn. 2139.40 

E.B. 349.46; J. P. 219.24; Rox. 139.28; 8. B. 350.72 

Jewett, Sarah O. Play days Dor. 252.7 

Johnson, E. A. The live boy 08.21 

Jones, T. R. The animal creation 8. B. 328.22 

Journal, The, of the gyna>cologlcal society of Bos- 
ton. Vol. 1-3,5,6. 1869-72. 6 v. . . .Rox. 6032.6 
Justine's lovers. A novel E. B. 312.11 

Kane, J. J. Adrift on the black wild tide 1114.12 

A statement of his yellow-fever exi>eriencc. 

BlAVANAfGH, Sfrs. Russell. Humorous dramas for 
school exhibitions and private theatricals. 

Dor. 117.20 

Kellogg, E. Burying the hatchet Bri. 41.132 

Dor. 2.V.'.10 
Kemble, Frances A. Records of a girlhood . Chn. 2635.11 
Dor. 173.16; J. P. 1234.9; Rox. 1024.17 
Kendo, T. A. Treatise on silk and tea culture, and 
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Bri. 126.124 
King, M. Hand-book of Boston . . . . 229.14 ; Dor. 123.18 

— and Ivy, T. P. Harvard and Its surroundings. 

H. B. 1.59.24 
Kingsley, C. Andromeda, and other poems . l»or. 117.21 
Kingston, \V. H. G. The three lieutenants . S. E. 1824.6 
KiRKLAND, Miss E. 8. A short history of France for 

voung people 1000.2 

Knill, R. life J. P. V-il6.22 

Knox, T. W. John ; or, our Chinese relatloni . . . . 21U.1 

Chn. 2719.35; J. P. 1029.2; Rox. 629.10 

S. B. 350.98 ; H. E. 839.4 

La BfeDOLLifcRRE, 6. G.. called t.. dc. The story of 

a cat. From the French I>or. 327.23 

Translation first piibl. in St. Nlcliol»», May, 18;«. 

Lamb, C. The adventures of Ulysses 1503..'«) 

Bri. 22.149; Chn. 2139.39; Dor. 312.22 
Rox. 130 2ti; N. B. 3oU.02 
Lamson, Mary 8. Life and education of Laura D. 

Brldgman J. P. 113.5.25; N.B. 165 24 

Lancaster, E. M. A manual of English history. 

Kox. 625 3 
Lasselle, Mrs. N. P. The belle of Washington. 

Chn. 1914.11 
Lathbury, Mary A. Out of darkncM Into light. 

Poems aiKl drawings H. B. 251.17 

Lawrence. E. English literature primers. Modern 

period . . . . .1409.28; cUu.KV2A.1-l; Dor. 99.49 
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— Historical studies Kox. 1931.2 

LeConte. J. Elements of geology _'■•;•* 

LECOcg. C. The little duke .... Dor. 94 31 ; H. B. 93.8 
LECOUVt, (J. W.) K. <G.) «-«'i;«/^,-.^n-^/^-. ,,^.27 

Leisure hour. The. 1869. 70. 2 v Rox. 1«2.7 

Lewis, C. T. A history of Germany Rox. 623.4 

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Shelf. No. 
LONGFELLOw.H. W., ptf. Poems of places. [■Vol.27.] 

America: Middle states . . . . 1357.-27; Bri. 142.81 

Cliii. 6617.5; Dor. 19.28; E. B. 169.13 

J. P. 1818.10; Roi. 1627.5 

S. B. 250.18; S. E. 1528.3 

LONGSTREET, Abby B. Social etiquette of New York. 

[Atvm.] Dor. 198.50 

Lowell, J. K. My study windows Kox. 1936.9 

MacDonald, G. Paul Faber J. P. 411.33 

— Sir Gibbie. A novel . . 70.13; Bi-i. 38.157; Chn. 2l;i5.3 

Dor. 315.29; E. B. 312.14; J. P. 411.36 
Kox. 130.2; S. B. 281.7; S. E. 1810.29 

Macpher.son, Gerardine. Memoirt of the life of 

Anna 'ameson Rox. 7323.2 

Macquoid, Katharine 8. The awakening. A tale 

of English life . . 1503.:{2; Bri. 22.150; Cliii. 21.54.2 
Kox. 139.30; S. B. 350.95; S. E. 1729.10 

Magazine, The, of American history. Vol. 2 . Kox. 5034.1 

Mag.nls Merriweather, pstfMd. See Talbot, C. li. 

Mallock, \V. H. The new Paul and Virginia . . S. B. 38.-33 

— The new republic S. B. 38.34 

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Mahsh-Caldwell, Anne. The heiress of Hangh- 

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Martineau des Chesnez, E., barones9. Marquise 

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Published in 1873 with the title I.iady Greeiisatin and 
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Mason, G. C. The old house altered I>or. 194.36 

Masque, A, of poets Rox. 5227.2; S.B. 240a.l9 

Massachusetts. Board of railroad commissioners. 

9th annual report Chn. 5712.2 

Massachusetts charitable mechanic association. 

13th exhibition, Boston, 187S CUn. 5736.15 

Massachusetts historical society. Proceedings. 

18.55-77. 13 V Rox. 6032.7 

Mathers, Helen. Comin' thro* the rye. A novel. 

[Anon.] J.P. 411.34 

— " Land o' the leal" . , . .J. P. 814.30; Rox. 2314.20 

S. B. 140.29 
Mathews, Joanna H. Edith Murray. A story . Dor. 328.4 

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Mathews, W. Oratory and orators Kox. 1915.19 

Maxwell, W. H. The biv9uac ; or, stories of the 

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Mato, Isabella F. (Edward Garrett.) The mai;ic 

flower-pot, and other stories . . . 92.16; E. B. 299.26 
M^RiMh:^:, P. Carmen. A Spanish story . . . Dor. 292.19 

Kox. 132.11 

— Lettres 4 une inconnue. 2 v Kox. 7355.5 

Merriam, G. 8. A living faith Rox. 7027.18 

Micuelet, J. The bird Dor. 354.5 

Miller, Mary E. Brother Ben; and The bird sum- 
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Minto, \V. Daniel Defoe Dor. 177.40 

Minturn, R. B. Memoir J. P. 1113.10 

Modern fishers of men among the various sexes, 
sects, and sets of Chartville church and com- 
munity 92.19 

Modern minister, A J. P. 621.8 

Molesworth, J/r«. — . • Grandmother dear.' lUus. 

by W. Crane Dor. 252.6 

MOLLT Bawn 91.20 

Dor. 409.8; J. P. 814.22; Rox. 2314.12; S.B. 285.23 
Montgomery, Florence. Misunderstood. [Kction.] 

J. P. 436.11 
Moore, Clara J., compiler. (Mrs. H. 0. Ward.) 

Sensible etiquette of the best society . . E. B. 206.9 

Morice, F. D. Pindar Cliii. 5317.28 

MORLET, Susan. Throstlethwaite Bri. 35.110 

Morris, L. Gwen. A drama in monologue . Dor. 117.22 
Morris, R. Elementary lessons in historical Eng- 
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Morse, Clara F. Blush roses E. B. 312.8 

Muehlbach, Louise, pseud. jSee Mundt, Clara (M.) 
Mueller, (F.) M. Chips from a German workshop. 

4 V S. B. 33.21 

— Lectures on the origin and growth of religion as 

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Mdndt, Clara (M.) (Louise Miihlbach.) Joseph 

II and his court J. P. 621.6 

— Marie Antoinette and her son J. P. 621.7 

Murphy, J. J. The scientiflp bases of faith . . J. P. 2022.5 
Murray, E. C. G. (Trois Etoiles.) Strange tales . 92.20 

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Museum, The, of foreign literature and science. Vol. 

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the United States Chn. 5225.22 



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Noble, R., ed. The Cape and its people, and other 

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Chn. 2013.40; Dor. 325.33; E. B. 311.69 
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O'Flanagan, J. R. The Irish bar Dor. 175.20 

Oliphant, Margaret (O. W.) Within the precincts. 

A novel 70.11; Bri. 38.155; Chn. 2013.44 

Dor. 325.37; E. B. 311.73; J. P. 611.36 
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— and Tarver, F. Moliere 1549 40 

Oliver Optic, />sM«/. .Vee Adams, W. T. 

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Osgood, S. Bryant among his countrymen . . Chn. 2635.4 

Palmer, Frances. True under trial. A tale for boys. 91.24 

Pansy, pieud. See Alden, Isiibella M. 

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Parloa, Maria. The Appledore cook book . . 8. E. 917.12 
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Partington, Mrs., pxeud. See Shillabcr, B. P. 

Paul, Margaret A. Gentle & simple 94.4 

Payn, J. Less black than we're painted 92.22 

Dor. 409.11; J. P. 814.26; Rox. 2314.15 
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Pellarin. C. The life of C. Fourier .... J. P. 1235.12 
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8. E. 537.8 
Pen dragon, p«ettd. See Sampson, H. 
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Petit, Amelie V. How to read, and hints in choosing 

the best books Dor. 333.21 

Plues, Margaret. Jessie's holiday 94.3 

Pratt, Ella, /orroer/y Miti Farman. Mrs. Hurd's 

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Premature death: its promotion or prevention . . 1174.15 

Putnam, Eliza H. Receipt book Dor. 3.32.24 

Putnam, G. Sermons Dor. 333.18; J. P. 2034.5 

QniGLET, H. The cross and the shamrock . . £. B. 299.27 

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Rand, E. A. Christmas Jack. [Juvenile] . . S. B. 139.44 

— Kindling-wood Jimmy. [Juvenile] . . . 8. B. 139.45 
Ratisbonnk, M. T. The life and times of St. Ber- 

nard. Fr. the French 2101.5 

Reid, M. The English family liobinson . . . S. B. ll:<.14 

— Ran away to sea Bri. 12.17 

— The young voyageurs Rox. 713.19 

Reuter, F. An old story of my farming days. 

From the German 93.12; Dor. 409.14 

J. P. 814.28; Rox. 2314.19; 8. B. 285.9 
Retb.\ud, Hcnriette £. F. A. A thorough Bohe- 

mienue Chn. 215S.22; Dor. 328.17 

E. B. 349.48; Rox. 123.19; 8. B. 220.67 
Richardson, J. (Adam Sticin.) Eves right . Dor. 154.22 
RiMMER, A. Pleasant spots around Oxford . . Rox. 54-12.4 

Rimmer, W. Elements of design 1201.8 

Robinson, F. W. Coward conscience . . 70.18; Bri. 38.160 

Chn. 2013.48; Dor. 32.5.40; E. B. 311.79 

J. P. 631.39; Rox. 730.28; 8. B. 211.80 

8. E. 1820.53 

— PoorZeph! J. P. 219.2.i 

Roe, E. p. a face illumined. [Fiction.] . . E. B. 2>i9.-23 

J. P. 513.27; 8. E. 1825.30 

— A knight of the 19th century Bri. 17.98 

Rogers, E. C. Philosophy of mysterious agents, 

human and mundane J. P. 1924.9 

Row, R. a haven of rest, and Dr. Pertwee's poor 

patients 92.7 

RusKiN, J. The elements of drawing 8. B. S94.3 

— Notes. Part 1. On his drawings by J. M. W. 

Turner. Part 2. On his own handiwork illus. 
trative of Turner Rox. 6232.12 

— Pearls for young ladies. From [his] later works. 

Dor. 206.40 



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RUTLEY, F. The study of rocks 1149.26 

llYDBERG.V. The last Athenian. From the Swedish. 

S. B. 227.22 

St. .lonN, P. B. The silent hunter E. B. 311.75 

Sampson, H. Modern boxing. Part 1 1181.5 

Sand, George, p^end. See Dldevant, Aniantine L. A. D. 
Bandeau, (L. 8.) J. The house of Penarvan. See 

FuLLERTON, Ladj/ Georgiana C. (L. G.) 
Sankey, I. D., and othera. Gospel hymns. No. 3 . 1207.15 
Qxusoa, pseud. A pledge that redeemed itself . . . 93.17 
Scott, Sir VV. Ivanhoe E. B. 316.1 

— The talisman E. B. 316.3 

ScuoDER, II. E. The Bodleys on wheels . . . Dor. 154.23 
Skiss, J. A. A miracle in stone: or, the great pyra- 
mid of Egypt 1695.20 

Shakespkare, W. a new variorum edition of 
Shakespeare. Ed. by H. H. Furness. Ham- 
let. 2v Rox. 5621.1 

— Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. Ed. by W. J. 

Rolfe Chii. ij628.2 

Shaw, Flora L. Castle Blair. J. P. 425.25 

Shaw, T. B. Complete manual of English literature. 

l>or. 333.15 

— New history of English literature. Prepared on 

the basis of " Shaw's manual " by T. J. Backus. 

l>or. 333.14 
Shepherd, R.H. Thebibliographyof Ruskin.Box. 6232.11 
Sherwood, Mary M. Narratives of Little Henry and 
his bearer; The amiable Louisa; and Ann 

Kliza Williams I>oi-. 252.12 

Shillaber, B. P. {Mrs. Partington.) Ike Parting- 
ton E. B. 249.41 

— Mrs. Partington's knitfing-work l>or. 328.10 

SiGNOR Monaldini's niece. [Fiction] . . . 92.8; BrI. 11.138 

Clin. 2158.16; Dor. 328.8; J. P. 416.33; Rox. 132.12 
S. B. 240a.l8; S. E. 1717.12 

Attributed to Mary A. Tincker. 

BiMMONDS, P. L. The commercial products of the sea. 

Rox. 1726.2 
Bmith, Julia P. Kiss and be friends S. E. 1825.32 

— Widow Goldsmith's daughter S. E. 1S25.31 

Smith, W., ed. Dictionary of the Bible. 3 v. S. E.D.R.10.4 
Sophoci.es, E. a. History of the Greek alphabet. 

J. P. 2215.30 
Southworth, Emma D. E. N. Sybil Brotherton. 

A novel 93.6 

Speaker's garland. The, and literary bouquet. Vol. 

4. Nos. 13-16. 1878 Dor. 103.30 

Spender, Emily. A true marriage. A novel .... 70.1 

Bri. 38.100 ; Cliu. 2013.39 ; Dor. .325.32 ; E. B. 311.68 

J. P. 631.31 ; Rox. 131.34 ; S. B. 211.77 ; S. E. 1820.43 

Spurgeon, C. H. Speeches at home and abroad . . . 11'21.4 

Steele, J. D. A brief history of France. {Anon.] 2008.9 

Dor. 264.19 

Stephen, L. Samuel Johnson Rox. 1023.5 

Stevens, E. T., and Morris, D., ed. Annotated 

poems of English authors. [Vol.1] 1.343.5 

Bri. 142.85; Clin. 5618.2; Dor. 17.26; E. B. 224.4 
J. P. 1817.4; Rox. 1618.15; S. B. 250.27 
S. E. 1527.1 
Stirling, M. C. The Grahams of Invermoy .... 70.17 
Bri. 38.159 ; Clin. 2013.47 ; Dor. 325.39 ; E.B. 311 .76 
J. P. 631.38; Rox. 730.26; S.B. 211.85; S.E. 1820.51 
Story, The, of the good ship Bounty and her muti- 
neers; and mutinies in Highland regiments . . 980.11 
Story, The, of the Indian mutiny (1857-58) .... 980.12 
Stkeckfuss, A. Castle Flohenwald . . . 93.26; Bri. 34.118 
Clin. 2157.15; Dor. 328.15; E. B. 299.31 
J. P. 515.32; Rox. 124.11 
Stuart, Esmfe. The little brown girl. [Juvenile] . . 94.7 
Student's Fran e, The. A History of France to 1852. 

S. E. 627.8 
Btwin, Adam, pseud. See Richardson, J. 
Sue, M. J., called Engine. The wandering Jew. Bri. 38.27 
Sullivan, J. F. The British workinginan by one 

who does not believe in him, and other sketches. 841.5 

Sketches republished from Fun. 

SU.MNER, W. H. History of East Boston .... Clin. 2726.1 

J. P. 912.5 

Sunday afternoon. Vol. 1, 2. 2 v CUn. 3142.2 

Sweetser, M. F., ed. Landseer Dor. 179.23 

Swing, D. Motives of life 1114.13 

Symonds, J. A. Shelley Rox. 1023.6 

Tabor, Eliza. The last of her line. A novel .... 70.8 

Bri. 38.1.W; Clin. 2013.42; Dor. 325..35 

E. B. 311.71; jr. P. 631..34; Rox. 1.11.39 

S. B. 211.80; 8. E. 1820.46 



Shelf No. 
Taine, H. a. Notes on England Bri. 04.17 

— The origins of contemporary France. The 

French revolution. Vol. 1 E. B. 187.13 

Talbot, C. R. (J/aynus Merriweuther.) Royal 

Lowric 93.5; Rox. 1114.6 

Tales from ' Blackwood.' New ser. No. 8 . , . . 87.20 

— Same. No. 9 87.21 

— Same. No. 10 87.22 

Taylor, B. Prince Deukalion Bri. 146.90 

Clin. 5615.12; Dor. 15.8 
J. P. 1823.10; Rox. 1623.8 
Terhune, Mary V. (Marion Uarland.) The dinner 

year-book E. B. 3(i9.15; J. P. 2435.14 

Thackeray, W. M. Henry Esmond, and Lovel the 

widower Dor. 3i'8.6; J. P. 6S5.1S 

— The history of Pendcnids S. B. 2.(5.31 

Theuriet, a. The house of the two barbels . Dor. 328.18 
TnoBNBURY, (G.) W., and Walford, E., ed. Old 

and new London. Vol. 1-4. 4 v. . , . Rox. 5432.1 
Tincker, Mary A. Six sunny months. Added other 

stories 70.14 

TOWLE, G. M. Modern France . . . 1000.3; CUn. 2719.34 
Dor. 69.34; Rox. 629.9; S. B. 350.99; S. E. 619.4 

— Pizarro Dor. 267.12 

— The voyages and adventures of Vasco da Gama. 

J. P. 936.10 

TowNSEND, G. A. Lost abroad Rox. 1::4.I2 

Trebor, pseud. See Davis, R. S. 

TRois-firoiLEs, pseud. See Murray, E. C. G. 

Trollope, A. An eye for an eye. A novel .... 60.53 

Bri. 38.148; Clin. 2013.37 ; Dor. 325.30 

E. B. 311.66; J. P. 631.29; Rox. 131.32 

8. B. 211.15; 8. E. 820.41 

— The struggle of Brown, Jones, and Robinson.Chn.2155.4 
Trowbridge, J. T. Frank Manly, the drummer boy. 

Cliu. 623.3 

TUPPER, E. J. Little Tot's album 91.26 

Turner, J. M. W. Cntalogue of [his] sketches and 
drawings, exhibited in Marlborough house, 

1857-8. By J. Ruskin Rox. 6232.12 

Tyler, M. C. A history of American literature. 

Vol. 1, 2. 2 V. ..... . CUn. 2634.2; S. E. 837.2 

Uncle Infirmity, pseud. Will Nichols : a tale . . . 93.4 

Vaughan, R. a. Hours with the mystics. 2 v. Rox. 2116.2 
Veley, Margaret. " For Percival." A novel . Dor. 314.27 

Verne, J. Dick Sands, the boy captain 9i.2l 

Dor. 154.26; E.B. 312.9; Rox. 1113.2 
S. B. 145.42 

— Oflfonacometl Bri. 114.108; Rox. 1122.2 

S. B. 145.41 

Waite, Rosamond. Life of the duke of Wellington. 1548.S 
Walker, F. A., compiler. Statistical atlas of the 

United States J. P. Desk, 8; S. B. R.R.. 15 

Walker, W. Handbook of drawing 1204.9 

Ward, Mrs. H. O., pseud. See Mooke. Clara J. 
Wedgwood, G. R. The history of the tea-cup; with 

a descriptive account of the potter's art . . . 1206.4 
Werner, E., pseud. See Bierstenbinder, Emille. 
West, Maria A. The romance of missions in the 

land of Ararat Dor. 22.26 

Westlakk, J. W. How to write lettt-rs . . . l>or. 333.22 
We.stropp, H. M. Handbook of archa;ology . H. E. 917.11 

AVhat shall I read? 140J.9 

Whately, Mary L. Letters from Egypt to plain 

folks at home 1694 16; 1694.17 

WlIElLDON, W. W. History of Paul Rcverc's signal 

lanterns CUn. 2644.17; J. P. 923.21 

Rox. 811.20; N. B. 154.22 
White, Lucy C. The story of English literature 

for young readers. Chaucer to Cowpcr . . Dor. 20'i.23 
Whittaker, J. An almanack for 1878. 79 . . Rox. 17.37.12 
WiiiTTiER, J. G., ed. Songs of three centuries. Rox. 162S.26 

Wide awake pleasure book J. P. 212.7 

WiLDKICK, jlTr*. — . Lord Strahan. A novel . . . . 9.1.18 
Bri. 35.112; CUn. 2156.19; J. P. 6,35.15 
' Rox. 124.9; N. B. 214.38 

Willard, 8. Memories of youth and mBnh<M)d. 

2 v • CUn. 2«36.26 

Winifred; or, an English maiden in the 17th cen- 
tury. By L. E. G 9L14 

Woman's journal, The. Vol. 9. 1878 H. B. 96.2 

Wood, E.'P. Pomeroy abbey . . Dor. 409.7; J. P. H14.23 
Rox. 2314.11; N. B. 287.39 

Year-book, The, of facts in science and the arts, 

1878 1.W.2; Rox. 1713.18 

YONOE, Charlotte M. The clever woman of the 

family M. B. 281 25 

— The disturbing clement 93.9; Bri. .^3.91 

Dor. 328 11; E. B. 249 43; S.B. 220.66 ; S. E. 1717.13 

— Young folks' history of Qennany Rox. 625.2 



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Thayer Bequest. 



This list contains the titles of the books bequpathed by Miss Eliza Mary Thayer, of Roxbury, to the Public Library in 
1877. The chief value of the collection lies in its large number of portraits, many of which have been taken from other 
sources and inserted in these volumes. A catalogue of these portraits is in course of preparation. Though as a whole of 
a miscellaneous character, the majority of the boolss and portraits illustrate English history, particularly the reign of the 
Stuarts. 244 volumes, chiefly duplicates and other editions of books, already in the Library, not historical or biographical, 
and some not of unusual rarity, have not been included in this list. 110 volumes of modern history, etc., being duplicates, 
have also been omitted. The whole bequest of 890 volumes has been catalogued, and is now to be found entered in the Bates 
Hall card catalogue. The books are placed in the same room with the Barton library, and, by the terms of the bequest, 
cannot be taken from the Library. 



Shelf. No. 

Adolphus, J. The history of France, 1790-1802. L., 

1803. 2 V. 8» G.219.6 

AiKiN, J. Memoir, by Lucy Aikin. With a selec- 
tion of his pieces. L., 1823. 2 v. Portr. 8'> . G.25.10 

Aikin, Lucy. Memoirs of the court of Charles i. L., 

1833. 2 V. Portr. [11 portrs. inserted] 8o . G.25.9 

— Memoirs of the court of Elizabeth. L., 1818. 

2v. Portr. 8"' a.25.7 

— Memoirs of the court of James I. 2d ed. L., 

1822. 2 V. 2 portrs. [2 portrs. inserted.] 8" . G.25.8 
Anecdotes of Henry iv of France. L., 1787. 12"* . G.19.4 
Abblay, Frances d', formerly MUs Burney. Diary 
and letters. Ed. by her niece [Charlotte Bar- 
rett]. New ed. L., 1854. 7 v. 7 portrs. Fac- 
simile. Sm. 8* G.26.8 

Atkinson, Emma W . Memoirs of the queens of Prus- 
sia. L., 1858. 8« G.205.10 

Bacon, J. The life and times of Francis I, of France. 

L., 18-29. 2v. Portr. 8m. 8« G.19.1I 

BaIjIiAkd, G. Memoirs of several ladies of Great 
Britain who have been celebrated for their 
writings. Oxford, 1752. [18 portrs. Inserted.] 
4° G.200.13 

Bechstein, L., ed. Zweihundert deutsche Man- 
ner in Hitdiiissen und Lebensbeschreibungen. 
Lpz., 1S54. 4" G.200.10 

Bengek, Elizabeth O. Historical works. L., 1828. 

5v. 4 portrs. Fac-simile. [1 pi. inserted.] 80 . G.26.9 

Beknakd, G. Croniqve sommairement traictee des 
fuictz heroiqves des tovs les rois de France. 
[Anon.] Lyons, 1570. 60 portrs. 16">. . . . G.218.7 

Biographical magazine. The, containing portraits 

and characters. L., 1794. 112 portrs. 8» . . G.202.8 

Biography of the principal sovereigns of Europe, 
since the French revolution. L., 1822. 19 
portrs. 8" G.204.10 

Birch, T., ed. The court and times of Charles i. 

L.. 1848. 2 V. Portr. 8« G.15.9 

Birch, Th. The heads of illustrious persons of Great 
Britain, engraven by Houbraken and Vertue. 
With their lives. L., 1747-52. 2 v. in 1. 108 
portrs. F° Q.11.4 

Bisset, K. Tlie history of the reign of George iii. 

L., 1803. 6 v. 22 portrs. 8» G.191.3 

BliAZE DE Bl'ky, Marie P. R. 8., hnronne. Memoirs 
of [Elizabeth] the princess Palatine. L., 1853. 
12» G.18.1 

Britton, J., ed. The fine arts of the English school. 
L., 1812. 8 portrs. 18 plates. [2 portrs. in- 
serted.] F» G.180.5 

Brougham, H , baron. Historical sketches of states- 
men in the time of George ill. Ist, 2d, 3d ser. 
L., 1839-43. 3 v. 29 portr* 8"> G.192.3 

— Lives of men of letters and science, in the time 

of George iii. L., 1845, 46. 2 v. 14 portrs. 

8» G.192.4 

Cot\lentK. — \. Voltaire; Rousseau; Hume; Robert- 
son; Black; Watt; Priestley; Cavendish; Davy; Sim- 
son. — 2. Johnson; Adnm Smith; Lavoisier; Gibbon; 
Sir Joseph Banks; D'Alembert. 

BuNNkTT, Fanny E. Louise Juliane, electrcss Pala- 

tine. L., 1862. Portr. Fac-simile. 8m. 8"' . G.205.13 

Burke, <.')fr(,T.)B. Vicissitudesof families, and other 

essays. 3d ed. L., 1859. [1 pi. inserted.] 8«. G.28.4 

— Same. 2d ser. L., 1860. PI. [1 pi. inserted.] 

8» G.28.5 



Shelf. No. 
BcBNET, G. The history of the reformation of the 

church of England. 2 parts. Supplement. 

2d ed. L., 1681-1715. 3 v. 4« G.183.6 

Bush, Anne F. Memoirs of the queens of France. 

Phila., 1847. 2 v. 2 portrs. 16» G.19.9 

Campan, Jeanne L. H. G., madame. Memoirs of the 
court of Marie Antoinette. From the 3d Lond. 
ed. Phila., 18.50. 2 v. . 2 portrs. 12» . . . . G.19.8 

CASTfeRA, J. H. History of Catherine II, empress of 

Russia. L., 1800. 13 portraits. 8* G.205.7 

Catherine ii, of /iusxia. Memoirs, written by her- 
self. N. Y., 1869. [1 portr. inserted.] 12« . . G.205.6 

Cattermole, R. The great civil war of the times 
of Charles I and Cromwell. L., 1857. Engr. 
t. p. 2 portrs. 27 plates. [17 portrs. and 1 pi. 
inserted.] L. 8* G.200.4 

Caulfield, J. Portraits, memoirs, and character of 
remarkable persons, from the reign of Edward 
III to the revolution. Newed. L., 1813. 3 v. 
in 1. 109 portrs. 4» G.18.3.12 

— Portraits . . . from 1688 to the end of the reign of 

George ii. L., 1819, 20. 4 v. 153 portrait 

plates. 4» G.183.4 

Cavalleriis, J. B. de. Pontificura Romanorum 

effigies. Romae, 1585. 231 portrait*. 16» . . G.204.1 
Cavendish, G. The life of cardinal Wolsey. 2d ed. 

L., 1827. 5 portr. 3 plates. 8» G.24.4 

Celliez, Adelaide. Lesreines d'Angleterre. 2e ed. 

P. [185-.] 18 portr. L. 8» G.21.14 

— Les reines de France. 4e ed. P. [I860.] 16 

portrs. L. 8« G.21.1S 

Cento ritratU di illustri Italiani. Mllano, 1825. 4« . G.182.11 

Challice, Dr. — . The secret history of the court of 
France under Louis XV. L., 1861. 2 v. 2 portrs. 
8m. 8» G.28.1 

Charles i, and the beads of the noble carls, lords, 
and others, who suflered for their loyalty in 
the rebellion and civil wars of England. With 
their characters, extr.icted from Clarendon. L., 
n. d. 26 portrs. Fac-simile reprint. 4"' . . . G.200.6 

Charles V, of Germany, 1, of Spain. Correspon- 
dence. With itinerary, 1519-51. L., 1850. 
Portrs. 8« G.204.5 

Charlotte Elizabeth, duchesse d'Orleau*. Secret 
memoirs of the court of Louis xiv. L., 1824. 
Portr. 8« G.19.17 

Chroniicke vande Hertoghen van Brabant. Ant- 
werpen, 1612. 46 portrs. JSlacft Utttt. [1 pi. 
insertetl.] 8m. f • G.183.2 

Churchill, Sarah, duchens of Marlborough. Private 
correspondence, illustrative of the court and 
times of Queen Anne, and the select corre- 
spondence of her husb.ind. L., 1838. 2 v. 
Portr. [1 portr. inserted.] 8<> G.16.6 

Collins, Arthur. The peerage of England. 3d ed. 

L., 1756. 5 V. in 6. Plates. 8« G.204.12 

CoNTRE-GuYSE, The : wherein is deciphered the 
pretended title of tlie Guyses, and the first 
entrie of the saide family into Fraunce. L., 
1589. Sm. 4"' G.218.1 

CooMBE, W. Tlie history of the abbey church of St. 
Peter's Westminster. L., 1812. 2 v. Portr. 
80 plates. 4» Q.13.2 

Corner, J., engraver. Portraits of celebrated paint- 
ers, with medallions, [and] memoirs. L., 
1825. 25 portrs. [1 portr. inserted.] 4« . . . G.183.11 

Costello, Louisa S. Memoirs of Anne, ducheu of 

BritUny. L.,1855. 12« G.19.20 



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Shelf. No. 
Freaks, The, of fashion. With illustrations of the 

changes in the corset and crinoline. L. [1871.1 

I'lates. 8» G.202.7 

Freer, Martha W. Elizabeth de Valois, oueen of 

Spain, and the court of Philip ii. L., If'ST. 

2v. Sportrs. 8« G.19.8 

— Henry ill, king of France and Poland : his court 

and times. L., 1858. 3 v. 3 portrs. 8" . . . G.19.1 

— History of the reign of Henry iv, king of France 

and Navarre. Part 1. Henry iv and the 
league. L., 1860. 2 v. 2 portrs. 8* G.19.3 

— Same. Part 2. Henry rv and Marie de Medici. 

L., 1861. 2v. 2 portrs. 8« G.19.2 

— Same. Part 3. The last decade of a glorious 

reign. L.,1863. 2 v. 2 portrs. S" Q.19.5 

— The life of Jeanne d'Albret, queen of Navarre. 

L. [1861.] Portr. 8» 6.19.18 

— The life of Marguerite d'.-\ngoulc'ine, queen of 

Navarre. 2d ed. L., 1866. 2 v. 2 portrs. S" . G.19.7 

— The married life of Anne of Austria. L., 1864. 

2 V. Portr. 8» G.204.7 

— The regency of Anne of Austria. L., 1866. 

2v. Portr. 8» G.204.8 

FcLLOM, 8. W. History of "W. Shakespeare. 2d cd. 

L., 1864. [Portr. inserted.] 8« G.206.6 

Galerie frangaise, ou collection de portraits des 
hommes et des femmes qui ont illustre la 
France, dans les 16'-18» sifecles. Par un 
sociefe d'hommes de lettres et d'artistes. P., 
1821-23. 3v. 157 portrs. [8 pi. and 1 portr. 
inserted ] 4' G.13.12 

Galerie thtatrale. n. t. p. [P.] n. d. 23 portrs. 

40 G.183.U 

Gavard, J. D C. Galeries historiques de Versailles. 
P., 1838 fl837?]-[44]. 10 v. 999 portrs. 634 

plates. F» G.180.2 

CouleiUi. — 1. Sine 1. Plann, ruci Intferieurci du 
Chateau de Versailles [etc.]- ReKnet de C'lovi« a lA>uia 
XIII, 481 a 1643. — 2. RcRne de Louis XIV: dc]..(>uitxy 
et de Louis XVI. — 3. Compagiies de 1792 4 U9. ExpMl- 
tion d'figypte. Consulat. — 4. Rcgne de N«pol6«n. 
Empire, 18M a 14. — ,5. Kegnes de Ix)ui»xvill i I^ouU 
Philippel. — 6. Portraits. Grand-amiraux, conni'.ablei, 
niai fcliaux de France, guerriers cilibres. — 7, 8. Por- 
traits divers (ll.'iO-1840). 9. Portraits divers. Statues, 
Busies. 10. Texte. 

Grakger, J. Letters between [hiro] and many of 
the most eminent men of his time. Ed. by J. 
P. Malcolm. L., 1805. 2 portrs. Plate. [5 
portrs. and 1 pi. inserted.] 8» G.22.6 

Granger, .T., and Noble, M. A biographical history 
of England from PZgbcrt the great, to the end 
of the reign of George I, consisting of char- 
acters disposed in different classes, and 
adapted to a catalogue of engraved British 
heads. 5th cd. With upwards of four hun- 
dred additional lives [by J. Caulfteld]. and a 
splendid collection of rare and curious por- 
traits. L : printed for the illustrator. [W. 
Baynes & son, 1824; W. Uichardson, 1806.] 
21 V. 2506 inserted portraits. 116 plates. F». Q.10.2 

This set of volumes, of which the title-page is made 
up by the illustrator. Is a unique combination of two 
distinct works: the first Granger's Biographical his- 
tory of England, athcd. London. 1M4. 3v., F'jthe 
other, Noble's Biographical history of England from th« 
revolution to the end of the reign of George I. London, 
]80«. 3 V. 8*. Granger's history has been expanded 
from three to fourteen vols., Iiy interleaving, and by tht 
insertion of many portraits. Noble's history, originally 
In octavo, has been neatly mounted on leaves of folio 
•lie, interleaved, and lncrease<l to seven voltmies ( 15-21). 
Among these inserted Illustrations are Richardson's 
Copies of rare portraits, over .TOtt in number; CaulOeld'a 
reprints; als<i Iloubraken'sand Vertue's valuable larga 
engravings and |K.rttalls, cut trum Rapin-ThoyrM'l 
History of Ejgland. 

Green, Mary A. E. Lives of the princesses of Eng- 

land. L., 18.50-55. 6 v. Portr.. 8» . . . . . O.IO.S 
G REEN, Th. Memoirs of Charlotte '^"K"?^" "J,^"'*'-! 
and of Saxe-C'obonrg. Liverpool. [1818?] « 
portrs. 5 plates. [6 portrs. inserted.] 8» .. G. 203.5 
GRI8WOI.D, R. W. The republlcim court ; or, Amert- 
1 can society In the days of Washington. Twenty- 
I five portrilU. N. Y., 1867. 4» 0-2LT 

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Shelf. No. 
Oo.STEi.t.o, Louisa 8., continued. 

— Memoirs of eminent Englishwomen. L.,1844. 4v. 

Portrs. ['23 portrs and 3 pi. inserted.] 8" . . G.15.8 

— Memoirs of Mary, the young duchess of Bur- 

gundy. L., 1853. 12» G.205.12 

— Specimens of the e'arly poetry of France, from 

the troubadours to the reign of Henri quatre. 

L., 1835. Sra. 8» . . G.206.12 

Court scrap-book. The. Containing thirty engraved 

portraits. L.. 1842. [1 portr. inserted.] F" . . G.180.4 

Cousin, V. Secret history of the French court under 
Richelieu and Mazarin ; or, life and times of 
Madame de Chevreuse. N. Y., 1859. Portr. 
120 G.206.13 

CRAIK, G. L. The romance of the peerage; or, curi- 
osities of family history. L., 1848-50. 4 V. 4 
portrs. 8» G.28.3 

CUNNI^■GHAM, G. G. Lives of eminent and illustri- 
ous Englishmen. Glasgow, 1837. 8 v. [Upl- 
inserted in v. 1.] 8P G.193.1 

Delany, M. G. Autobiography and correspondence. 
[1st] 2d series. L., Ifc61, 62. 6 v. 21 portrs. 
Plate. Folded table. S" G.15.1 

Dennisstoun, J. Memoirs of the dukes of Urbino. 

1440-16^0. L., 1851. 3 v. Portrs. Illus. 8<> . . G.205.18 

Devereux, W. B. Lives and letters of the Devereux, 
earls of Essex. 1640-1646. L., 1853. 2 v. 3 
. poitrs. 8» G.194.2 

DiBCK.s, Henry. The life, times, and scientific 
labours of the second marquis of Worcester. 
His Century of inventions. L., 1866. Portr. 
Folded plate. 8» G.192.5 

DODSLEY, R. The chronicle of the kings of England. 
Written in the manner of the ancient Jewish 
historians. By Nathan Ben Saddi [pseud.]. 
L., 1740, 41. 2 V. in 1. 41 porlrs. [34 portrs. 
inserted.] 8» G.26.4 

DORAN, J. W. Lives of the queens of England of 
the house of Hanover. 2d ed. L., 1865. 2 v. 
3 portrs. »<> • G.25.1 

DRAW1NG-ROO.M portrait gallery. A, of eminent per- 
sonages. Engraved on steel by D. J. Pound. 
With memoirs. L., 1859, 60. 4 v. 146 portrs. 
po G.11.5 

Drelx du Radier, J. F. L'Europe illustre, con- 
tenant I'histoire abregee des souverains [etc.], 
dans le 15e siecle compris, jusqu'i present. 
P., 1777. 6 V. hm portrs. 1 plate. L. 8» . . G.190.3 

Drohojowska, Antoinette J. F. A. S. de L., com- 
tesxe. Les femmes illustrcs de I'Europe. P. 
[185-.] 18 portrs. L. 8" G.21.9 

DuGDALE, Sir W. Origines juridiciales; or histori- 
cal memori.tls of the English laws [etc.]. Also 
a chronologic of the lord chancellors [etc.]. 
3d ed. L., 1680. 5 portrs. 31 plates. [21 pi. 

and 51 portrs. inserted.] 4" G.182.12 

Three of the original portraits are missing. 

. Du Terrail, p., Heignevr Bayard. The right joy- 
ous and pleasant history of [his] feats, gests, 
and prowesses. By the loyal servant. L., 

18-25. 2 V. 8m. 80 G.219.9 

Dyck, Sir A. van. Sketches after [him], engraved 
by E.Mitchell. Edinb., 1815. 20 portrs. [16 
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Earlom, R., and Turner, C. Portraits of charac- 
ters illustrious In British history from the 
beginning of the reign of Henry vill to end of 
the reign of James ll. L. [1815?] 75 portrs. 
[3 pi. and 12 portrs. inserted.] 8» G.13.0 

Eglesfield, F. Monarchy revived; being the per- 
sonal history of Charles ll. L., 182-2. 14 
portrs. 8» • • .• G-203.11 

Ei<cwc ^oo-cAiK^ : the pourtraicture of his sacred ma.ics- 
tie [Charles l] in his solitudes and sufteriiigs. 
L.,1824. Plate. 8« • • .G.206.6 

ELI.IOT, Frances. Old court life in France. 2d ed. 



L., 1873. 2v. 



G.19.15 



Engravings. [Thirty-five plates of subjects from 
English history, and three portraits.] n. t. p. 

[L , 1794-18U6.] F" G.181.^ 

— [Various views, mostly European.] n. t. p. n. p., 

n. d. 72 plates. 4» ,', ' " .' ' * •,<^-^^-^" 

Eugene, Francois, prince of Savoy. Memoirs ; writ- 
ten by himself. Tr. from the French, by F. 
Bhoblrl. 2d ed. L., 1811. Portr. 8« . . . G.204.2 

Fellowfs, W. D. Historical sketches of Charles I, 
Cromwell, Charles II [etc.]. 60 lithographic 
plates. L., 1828. Portrs. 4» Q.13.13 



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Gbose, F., and others. The antiquarian repertory. 
New ed. L., 1807-09. 4 v. Itj9 plates. 1 folded 
table. 63 portrs. Fac-similes. [18 pi. and 7 
portra. inserted.] 4» G.200.2 

Grove, J. The history of the life and times of car- 
dinal Wolsey. L., 1742-44. 4 v. 4 portrs. 
8° G.25.6 

Gdise, Henri 11 de Lorraine. Sth due de. Memoires, 
relating his passage to Naples, and heading 
there the second revolt of that people. Eng- 
lished. L., 1639. Sm. 8» G.218.5 

Gwinnett, R., and Thomas, Elizabeth. Pylades 
and Corinna : or memoirs of [their] lives, 
amours, and writings. L., 1731, 32. 2 v. 8" . G.207.1 

Hali., Mm. Matthew. The queens before the con- 
quest. L., 1854. 2 V. 2 portrs. S" G.16.2 

— The royal princesses of England, from the reign 

of George I. Portr. L.. 1858. 8m. 8* . . . G.218.H 

Haema, F. Tooneel dervereenigdeNederlanden, . . . 
geopent in een algemeen historisch, genealo- 
gisch, geographisch, en staatkundig Woorden- 
boek. Leeuwaarden, 1725. 2 v. 39 portrs. 
18 folded maps. F» G.182.4 

IlAIiiiTEAD, Caroline A. Life of Margaret Beaufort, 
countess of Richmond and Derby. L.. 1839. 
Portr. 8'> G.203.8 

IlAMiLTON. Anthony. Memoirs of Count Grammont. 

2d ed. L., 1809. 3 v. 39 portrs. PI. 8« . . G.26.10 

Hamkema, M. Frisia, sev de viris rehvsqve Frisiae 
illustribvs. Libri dvo. Franckarse, 1620. 53 
portrs. Sm. 4"> G.204.9 

Hays, Mary. Memoirs of queens. L., 1821. [3 pi. 

and 6 portrs. inserted ] 8"> G.202.4 

Hervey, John, lord. Memoirs of the reign of George 

II. L., 1848. 2 V. Portr. Illua. 8» . . . . G.194.3 

Hlllier, G. a narrative of the attempted escapes 
of Charles i from Carisbrook castle [etc.]. 
Including letters of the king to Colonel Titus. 
L., 1852. 2 plates. Sm. 8» G.203.12 

HiSTORiA ducum Styriae, in tres partes divisa. 

Graecii, 1728. 23 portrs. Sm. f • G.183.8 

Historic gallery. The, of portraits and paintings. 

L., 1807-U. 7 v. 282 portrs. 227 pi. 8". . G. 202.3 

Howard, G. Lady Jane Grey, and her times. L., 
1822. Portr. [3 portrs. and 4 pi. inserted.] 
8* G.203.13 

HciSH, R. The public and private life of George iii. 
L., 1821. Engr. t. p. 11 portrs. 6 pi. [8 
portrs. and 6 pi. inserted.] 4» G.200.5 

Hcme, D. The history of England to 1688. New ed. 
L., 1802. 8 V. 33 portrs. [12 portrs. in- 
serted.] 8» G.191.1 

Hume, G. Portraits of leading reformers. Edinb., 
1851. 15 portra. 2 pi. [1 portr. and pi. in- 
serted.] F" G.181.5 

IcoNOGRAFiA di uomini sommi nelle acienze e nellc 

arti Italiane. Napoli, 1854. 80 portra. 4» . G.182.15 

Ireland, W. H. Memoirs of Henry [rv] the great 
and of the court of France dunng hia reign. 
[Anon.] L., 1824. 2 v. in 1. Portr. PI. S' . G.219.7 

James, G. P. R. The life and timee of Louis xiv. 
A new ed. L., 1839. 4 v. 9 portrs. [1 pll 
inserted.] 8« G.19.12 

Jameson, Anna (M.). Memoirs of the beauties of the 
court of Charles ll, with their portraits. 4th 
ed. L., 1861. 21 portrs. L. 8« G.21.11 

Janin, J. G. Galeriea historiques de Versailles. 
Histoire de France servant de texte explicatlf 
aux tableaux dea galeriea de Versailles. 

[Anon.] P., 1839-41. 4 v. 4" G.180.1 

Gavard's Galeries historiques de Versailles is on 
G.180.2. 

Jesse, J. H. Memoirs of the court of England dur- 
ing the reign of the Stuarts, including the Pro- 
tectorate. New ed. L., 1857. 3 v. 43 portrs. 
Sm. 8« G.28.9 

Joanna I, of Sicily, gueen of Naples. Historical 
life of; with details of the literature and man- 
ners of Italy and Provence, in the 13th and 14th 
centuries. L., 1824. 2 v. Portr. 8« . . . . G.204.3 

Kavanagh, Julia. Woman in France during the 
eighteenth century. L., \8M. 2 v. 8 portra. 
Sm. 8« G.19.10 

Kennett, W., compiler. A complete history of Eng- 
land to the death of William iii. L., 1706. 3v. 
3."* portrs. 4» G.182.5 

Kirk, J. F. History of Charles the Bold. Phila.. 
1864-68. 3 v. 2 portrs. [1 portr. and 2 pi. in- 
serted.] 8» G.23.1 



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Kit-Cat club. Memoirs of the celebrated persons 
composing the Kit-Cat club; illustrated with 
48 portraits from the paintings by Sir Godfrey 
Kneller. L , 1821. 4» G.13.5 

This copy formerly belonged to Daniel Webster, and 
contains bis autograph and book-plate. 

Klein, A. von. Galerie historique des illustres Ger- 
mains. [Anon.] P., 1806. 13 portrs. 17 pi. 
F» G.181.3 

Lachoix, p. Costumes historiques de la France, 
avec un texte descriptif. Pl-ecede de i'Histoire 
de la vie privee des Fran^ais, et suivi d'un Re- 
cueil curieux de pieces, sur le costume et lea 
revolutions de la mode en France, par le bibli- 
ophile Jacob [pseud.]. P. [1852.] 8 v. in 10. 
640 plates. Portr. 8° G.14.5 

Lancelott, F. TMe queens of England, to Adelaide, 

queen of William iv. N. Y., 1859. 2 v. 8« . G.25.3 

L'Ajimessin, N. de. Les avgvstes repreaentationa de 
tovs lea roys de France, jusqv'a Lovys xiiu, 
a present regnant, 1702. Auec un abrege his- 
torique. P. [1702.] 66 portrs. Ms. F* . . G.183.0 

The book is made up from portraits and title-page cut 
from the folio ed. of 1679, which date is altered with a 
pen to 1702. The text is in fair manuscript, probably of 
the latter date. 

Lewis, ladi/ Maria Theresa. Lives of the friends 
and contemporaries of lord chancellor Claren- 
don. L., 1852. 3 V. 3 portrs. 8» G.194.4 

Lilly, Wm. History of hia life and times, 1602-81. 

By himself. L., 1S22. 12 portra. 8» . . . . G.203.9 

Lindsay, A. W. Crawford, 2oth earl of Crawford 
and Balcarres. I jves of the Lindsays. 2d ed. 
L., 1858. 3 V. Folded pi. and table. Fac- 
simile. 8» G.194.5 

Lodge, E. Illustrations of British history, biogra- 
phy, and manners, in the reigna of Henry vin- 
James I. Portrs. L., 1791. 3 v. Fac-similes. 
[2 portrs. inserted.] 4« G.13.15 

— Lite of Sir Julius Caesar, with memoirs of his 

family. 18 portrs Added, Nuraerus infanatua, 
by Charles Cajsar. L., 1827. 2 pi. 1 folded 
table. [7 portrs. inserted.] 4» G.182.16 

— Portraits of illustrious personages of Great Brit- 

ain. With memoirs. L., 1835. 12 v. 240 
portrs. 4» G.22.1 

Mac Neel [M'NEEL]rCAiRD, A. Mary Stnart, her 

guilt or innocence. Edinb., 1866. [8 portrs. 

inserted] 8» G.203.3 

Maintexon, Fran9oi8e d'A. 8., marquise de. Secret 

correspondence with the princess dea Urslns. 

L., 1827. 3 v. 2 portrs. 8« G.219.8 

Halo, Ch. Galerie des reines de France. P. [1844.] 

&i colored portrs. L. 8» G.190.4 

— Galerie dea rois de France. P. [1843.] 71 colored 

portrs. 8« G.21.12 

Mahsh-Caldwell, Anne. The Protestant reforma- 
tion in France ; or, history of the Huguenots. 
By the author of " Father Darcy." L., 1847. 
2 v. Portr. [3 portrs. and 3 pi. mserted.] 8». 0.14.6 
Macrier, L. a., baron. The lives of the princes of 
the house of Orange. [Tr. by Th. Brown.] 

L., 1734. Portrs. 8» G.205.11 

Macrin, a. Galerie historique de la revolution fran- 

jaise (1787-99). P. [1843.] 53 portrs. L.8« . G.22.2 

Contains only the portraits, cut from the Ave volumes 
of the Galerie historique, and bound into the covers uf 
tlie first volume. Twelve other portraits inserted. 

Memoirs of Charles i and the loyalists, chiefly ex- 
tracted from lord Clarendon's History of the 
rebellion. [L.l 1795. 19 portrs. [1 portr. 
inserted.] Sm. 4o G.203.1fl 

Memoirs of Sophia Dorothea, consort of George i. 

L., 1845. 2 y. 2 portra. 8« G.194.7 

Attributed in " Xotes and Queries" to Mr. Plumley, of 
Bristol. 

Meyssens, J. The true effigies of the moat eminent 
painters, and other famous artists that have 
flourished in Europe. [L ] 1694. 123 portrs. 
2 pi. Sm. f • G.183.3 

MoNSTRELET, E. de. Chronicles; containing an ac- 
count of the civil wars between the houses of 
' Orioans and Burgundy [etc.], 1400-1.M6.- Tr. 
by 'I'. Johnes. L., 1810. 13 v. 51 plates. 8». 
A'flaa, in 40 0.23.S 

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Montagu, Elizabeth. A lady of the last century. 

Illustrated in her unpublished letters. L., 1873. 

[6 portr. inserted.] 8* G.193.3 

Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley. Works. L., 1803. 

5 V. Portr. Fac-simile. 12" G.27.12 

Motley, J. L. History of the United Netherlands. 

N. Y., 1861-70. 4 V. 5 portrs. Folded map. 

[20 portrs. and 5 pi. inserted.] 8"> G.22.4 

MOULE, T. Portraits of illustrious persons in 

English history, drawn by Q-. P. Harding, 

from original pictures ; with notices. L., 1869. 

16 portrs. A" G.182.9 

MuLLER, E. Les femmes d'aprfes les auteurs frangais. 

Avee quinze portraits. P. [1863.] L. 8" . . . G.21.10 

National portrait gallery, The. L. [1875.] 20 

portrs. 4" G.183.13 

Naunton, Sir R. The court of Queen Elizabeth: 
■with add., by J. Caulfield. L., 1814. 21 portrs. 
[9 portrs. inserted.] 4" G.200.9 

Oliphant, T. L. K. History of Frederick n [1194- 
1250], emperor of the Romans. L., 1832. 2 v. 
8« G.204.4 

Orton, J. The proverbialist and the poet. 12 en- 
gravings. Phila., 1852. 8"> G.208.4 

The engravings are mezzotints by Sartain. 

OzANNE, N. M. and Jeanne P. Recueil des combats 
de Duguay-Trouin. P. [17-.] Engr. t. p. 
11 plates. 2 folded maps. 1 portr. F». No. 2 in G.180.3 

Pakdoe, Julia. The court and reign of Francis i, 
of France. L., 1849. 2 v. Portrs. [9 portrs. 
and 4 pi. inserted.] 8" G.15.6 

— The life of Marie de Medicis, queen of France. 

L., 1852. 3 V. 3 portrs. Folded pi. Fac- 
simile. 8" G.15.5 

— Louis XIV, and the court of France. 3d ed. L., 

1849. 3 V. 5 portrs. 8» G.15.4 

Pacquet frferes, ed. Modes et costumes historiques 

etrangers. P., n. d. 96 colored pi. 4" . . . . G. 13.10 
Pepys, 8. Memoirs, comprising his diary from 1659- 

69. Ed. by Richard, lord Braybrook. 2d ed. 

L., 1828. 5 V. 7 portrs. 2 folded pi. Folded 

map. Fac-simile. [1 pi. inserted.] 8" . . . G.24.2 
Pinacotheca Fuggerorum S. R. I. comitum ac 

baronum in Khierchperg et Weissenhorn. Ed. 

nova, aucta. Ulmae, 1754. 139 portrs. 1 plate. 

4» G.183.1 

Pinkerton, J. Iconographia Scotia. L., 1797. 48 

portrs. 23 plates. [2 portrs. inserted.] 8» . . G.200.8 
Portraits des hommes et des femmes illustres. 

[P?l 1792. Engr. t. p. 73 portrs. F» . . . G.182.3 
Portraits des hommes illustres desHeetlSe sifecles. 

Graves par Edelink, Lupin, van Schuppen 

[etc.]. P., 1805. 2v.ini. 143 portrs. F" . . G.182.7 
Portraits illustrative of the novels, tales, and ro- 
mances of the author of " Waverley." L. 

[1824.] 32 portrs. 8<> G.200.15 

Portraits of the British poets from Chaucer to 

Cowper and Beattie. Notes. L., 1824. 2 v. 

138 plates. [1 portr. inserted.] 4* G.13.4 

Portraits. Collections. [Portraits and plates cut 

from books, illustrative of French history and 

biography.] n.t. p. n.p.,n. d. 7 v. 709 portrs. 

72 plates. 4» G.13.1 

Contenti. — 1. 50 portraits from enamels cut out of: les 
imaux de Fetitot du Musie imp. du Louvre. SiMe de 
Louis XIV. 2v. Paris, 1862-64. 4<>.— 2. 156 portraits, 
mostly of early French characters ; and of the Bonaparte 
family . 10 plates. — 3. 73 portrs., 8 plates. — 4. 81 portrs., 
24 plates, illustrative of French history, principally 
drawn by Denis A. M. Raffet, apparently cut from 
Thiers's Histories, published by Furne. —5. Iconogra- 
phie des lettres de Mme. de 8ivign£. Collection de 137 
portraits. Paris, n. d. — 6. 110 portrs., 9 plates. —7. 102 
portrs., mostly of royal persons, 21 plates. 

[Portraits ofthepope8,alphabetically arranged.] 

n. t. p. n. p., n. d. 268 portrs. 4<> G.14.14 

[Fifteen portraits and one plate.] n. t. p. n. p., 

n. d. F».. obi G.181.1 

Six of these portraits are O. P. Harding's drawings 
f^om origmals cut from Moule's Portraits. 

[Fifty-one costume full-length portraits, from 

1526-1795.] n. t. p. n. p., n. d. 40 0.182.17 

[Ninety-five historical portraits. ] n. t. p. n. p., 

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Portraits. Collections, continued. 

[Ninety-four portrait^.] n. t. p. n. p., n. d. 

I" 8* G.200.7 

Mostly wood-cuts of United States military officers, 
and of persons connected with the capture and trial of 
John Brown, of Ossawatomie : cut firom American perl> 
odicals. 

— [A selection of female portraits of the 16th and 

19th centuries, showing In strong contrast the 
style of the art of these periods as adopted by 
those eminent painters, Holbein and Uayter.J 

n. p., n. d. 82 portraits. 4» G.13.8 

The Holbein plates are cut fi-om John Chamber- 
laine's Imitations of drawings by Uolbein. Lond., 
1812. Those by Hayter are apparently cut ftom tlM 
Court Album. 

[Thirty-eight scarce and curious portraits. 

Engraved by Passe, Payne, Hollar, etc., etc.] 

n. t. p. n. p., n. d. 16» G.204.11 

Puliga, — , comtesse de. Madame de Sevign^. L., 

1873. 2 V. Portrs. 8« . 0.19.14 

RANKfe, (F.) L. von. A history of the papacy, in the 
16th and 17th centuries. Glasgow, 1861. 2 v, 
20 portrs. 8" Q.219.4 

R£cAMiER, Jeanne P, J. A. (B.). Memoirs and cor- 
respondence. [Ed. by A. (C.) Lenormant.] 
B., 1867. Portr. 12'> G.218.2 

RENfeE of France, duchess of Ferrara. Some memo- 
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Retz, J. F. P. de Gondi, cardinal de. Memoirs. 
Tr. from the French [by P. Davall]. L., 1723. 
4v. Portr. 12» G.218.4 

Richardson, Constance. Memoirs of the private life 
and opinions of Louisa, queen of Prussia. 
L., 1847. Portr. 12» G.206.9 

RoDD, T., ^r., and H. A collection of portraits- to 
illustrate Granger's Biog. hist, of England, and 
Noble's Continuation ; forming a supplement 
of Richardson's Copies of rare Granger por- 
traits. L., 1820-22. 2 V. in 1. 62 portrs. PI. 
4» O.U.I 

Rolt, R. The lives of the principal reformers. Heads 
of the reformers in metzotinto, by [R.] Uous- 
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RoscOE, W. The life of Lorenzo de' Medici. 7th 

ed. L., 1846. Portrs. 8» G.205.17 

Ross, Rous, Rouse, or Rows, J. Rol. L., 1846. 32 

plates. 4"' Q.183.5 

100 copies privately printed. 

ScHRYVER, P. Principes Hollandiae et Westfrislse ab 
anno 863, usque ad ultimum Philippum His- 
paniarum reg^em, rori omncs incisi. HarlemI, 
1650. Engr. t. p. 38 portrs. 1 pi. F» . . . G.181.4 

SfeviGNfi, Marie de R. C., marquise de. Madame de 
8evign6 and her contemporaries. L., 1841. 2 v. 
120 G. 19.13 

Select biography of celebrated characters. L., n. d. 

50 portrs. 8" G.202.6 

Shaw, H. The decorative arts, ecclesiastical and civil, 

of the Middle ages. L., 1851. 41 pi. 4« . . . G.21.6 

— Details of Elizabethan architecture, l^., 1839. 

60 pi. 4« Q.21.2 

— Dresses and decorations of the Middle ages. L., 

1843. 2v. 94 pi. 4» G.21.4 

Examples of ornamental metal work. L., 1836. 

60 pf. 4» 0,13.U 

— Illuminated ornaments selected fh)m manuacripta 

and early printed books fronkthe 6th to the 1 < th 
centuries. With descriptions, by Sir F. Mad- 
den. L., 1833. 60 pi. 4» Q.21.8 

— Specimens of ancient furniture drawn from ex- 

isting authoriUes. L., 1866. 74 pi. 4* . . . . G.21.1 
Shgphero, T. H. London and iu environs In the 
19th century, illus. by views, with notice*. 
Series the first : the earlier edifices, antlquitlee, 
etc. L., 1829. Kngr. t. p. 81 pi. 4<» . . . O.200.8.1 

— andELMES, J. Metropolitan imnrovcmcnU; or, 

London in the 19lh century. L., 1828. Kngr. 

t. p. 79 pi. 4« ; • G.200J.2 

Smith. John. Iconographia Scotica : or portrait* of 
Illustrious persons of Scotland. With their 
lives. L. [1798.] 20 portm. [6 iwrtrs. in- 
sertcd.l 4^ ; •„• •.' 'J * • •«"2.18 

Smith, John J., and Watson, J. F. American his- 
torical and Uterary curiosities. 8lh ed. Phlla., 
1861. 69 pi. [1 pi. and 1 portr. Inaertcd.l . 0.182.14 

Smyth, A. G. Olympla Morata. 4th ed. L.,1840. 

Sm. 8« O.207.18 



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8to>'E, Elizabeth. Chronicles of fashion. L., 1845. 

2 V. 15 portrs. 8* G.202.6 

Strickland, Agnes. Lives of the queens of Eng- 
land. New ed. L., 1851, 52. 8 v. Engr. t. 
pp. 46 portrs. Fac-similes. 8» G.193.2 

— Lives of the queens of Scotland and English 

princesses. Edinb., 1853-66. 8 v. 8 portrs. 
Fac-simile. 8» G.16.6 

— Lives of the Tudor princesses. L., 1868. Portr. 

Sm. 8« G.25.5 

— The queens of England : a series of portraits, 

with sketches from Agnes Strickland. N. Y., 

1851. 27 portrs. 4» G.21.8 

SuLLT, M. de Bethune, due de. Memoirs. Tr. by C. 

Lennox. New ed. L., 1810. 5 v. 5 portrs. 8». G.202.1 

Taylor, W. C. Memoirs of the house of Orleans. 
L., 1849. 3v. Portrs. [9 portrs. and 3 pi. in- 
serted.] 8* G.15.7 

Terry, D. British theatrical gallery, a collection of 
whole length portraits, with biographical no- 
tices. [L.J 1825. 20 portrs. 4* G.13.7 

Theae portraits were engraved by Bobert Cooper, and 
apparently colored by hand. 

Trollope, T. a. The girlhood of Catherine de* 

Medici. L., 1856. 8» G.205.16 

Turner, 8. The history of the reign of Henry viii. 

2d ed. L., 1827. 2 v. 8» G.I94.1 

Vehse, C. E. Memoirs of the court of Prussia. 

[From Frederick William I to Frederick Wil- 

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Demmler. L., 1854. Portrs. 8* G.205.8 

Vertue, G. [The heads of the kings of England ; 

also plates of (their) monuments.] n. t. p. 

L., 1736. 37 portrs. 21 pi. [TextwanUng.] F».G.182.1 
Vicars, J. England's worthies. Under whom all 

the civill and bloudy warres, 1642-47, are re- 

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Vies, Les. de plusieurs homines illustres et grands 

capjtaines de France. P., 1726. 2 v. 12» . . G.218.6 

The portrait* have been removed. 

Views of Arundel House in the Strand, 1646. L., 

1792. Engr. t. p. 2 portrs. 6 pi. 4» . . . G.182.18 

ViGNY, A. v., comte de. Cinq-Mars : or a conspiracy 

under Louis xill. L., 1847. Sm. 8» . . . . O.207.19 

VuIjSON, M., iieur de la Colombiere. Les portraits 
des hommes lllvstres fran<;oi8, qvi sont peints 
dans le galerie dv Palais Cardinal de Kichelicv, 
desseignez par Heince & Bignon. P. [16-.1 
26 portrs. 1 pL F» G.180.3 



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Wallington, N. Historical notices of events oc- 
curring chiefly in the reign of Charles L Ed. 
by Rosamond A. Webb. L., 1869. 2 v. 8» . . G.16.7 

Walmsley, E. Physiognomical portraits. One hun- 
dred distinguished characters, engraved in the 
line manner, by British artists. {English and 
French text.] L., 1822-24. Engr. t. p. 101 pi. 
4» G.13.14 

Walpole, H., 4th earl of Orford. Works. [Ed. by 
Robert Berry.] L., 1798. 6 v. 122 portrait 
pi. 43 pi. 4» G.190.2 

— A catalogue of the royal and noble authors of 

England, Scotland, and Ireland. Enlarged, by 
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portrs. inserted.] 8» G 2)2.2 

— Memoirs of the last ten years of the reign of 

George II. L., 1822. 2 v. 9 portrs. 2 pi. 4».G.190.1 

Warburton, E. Memoirs of prince Rupert, and the 
cavaliers. L., 1849. 3 v. Portrs. [8 portrs. 
inserted ] 8« G.15.2 

Werff, a. van der. [Fifty portraits, from I. Lar- 
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portrs. 8» G.16.4 

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Witt, Henriette (G.) de. The lady of Latham; the 
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Genealogy. 



The books most oflen convenient for genealogical researches, after those devoted to any special name required, are, in 
this library, Savage's Genealogical Dictlonarj- [2331.12; G.301.10] for the first three generations of New England families; 
and the New England Historic, Genealogical Register [2335.1], for much information about particular names, and miscellaneous 
facts. Of this periodical, which began in 1847, the first ten volumes are indexed in vol. 10, and the next five in vol. 15, but 
for the rest the indexes and contents of each volume must be searched. 

Principles and Rulet. — Various discussions of methods of genealogical researches and of recording their results may 
be found in articles in periodicals and in prefaces and other subsidiary parts of books. There is a little separate tract, by 
W. C. Fowler, entitled "Conditions of success in genealogical investigation" [No. 1 in 4332.8], which describes Mr. N. 
Chauncey as a model of such conditions; and a tract by D. E. Durrie on "The Utility of the Study of Genealogy." There 
are in particular various articles in the N. E. Hist. Gen. Register on details of systems of recording genealogies. 

Printed blanks for recording genealogies have been published by Shattnck, 1841, and a second edition enlarged, 1856; 
by Hubbard, 1870; by Hawks, 1875; and one with a scheme of pierced pages in order to see onward to a subsequent genera- 
tion, 1868, by Whitmore ; of this a second edition appeared in 1871 [have] and another in 1875. This plan was devised by J. 
Hammond Trumbull, of Hartford. A short statement of a " System for denoting relationships," by W. H. Whitmore, is in 
the N. E. H. G. Register for Oct., 1874 [2335.1.28], and some copies were reprinted separately [No. 3 in 4335.76]. 

/nd»rf<fMaiflren<afo^»««.— The following is a tolerably full list of such separate American genealogies as have been 
published, together with a few foreign ones. This Library possesses such as have a shelf-mark or the ■word " have" entered 
against them ; and the others will be procured as occasion may serve. 



1879. 



GENEALOG'Sr 



Name. Author. Published. Shelf-mark. 

Abbot Abbot, 1847 2333.21 

Adam Adam, 1848 4332.8 

Adams Orace, 1841 

Adams Adams, 1861 4432.8 

ADAM.S Thayer, 1835 2333.2 

Adams Morse, 1857 

Adams Vinton, 18.58 2332.3 

Alden Alden, 1867 4333.27 

Alden Thayer, 1835 2333.2 

Algek Alger, 1876 4333.52 

Allan Allan, 1867 4345.33 

Allen Allen (?) 1868 

Allen Allen, 1869 4435.14 

Allen and Witter . . . Allen, 1872 2339.53 

Allen Allen, 1876 4434.7 

Allen Vinton, 1858 2332.3 

Alvord Boutelle, 1864 4335.6 

Amory Amory, 1856 

Amory Thornton, 1869 

Ammidown Ammidown, 1877 4435.27 

Andrews Andrews, 1872 2337.57 

Angell Angell, 1872 4335.66 

Annin (17 p.) Dreer, 1866 

Anthon Anthon, 1872 2336.55 

Appleton Jewett, 1850 2331.1 

Appleton Appleton, 1867 4333.29 

Appleton Appleton, 1873 

Appleton Appleton, 1874 2335.64 

Arnold Thayer, 1835 2.333.2 

ASHBURNER (8 p.) 1872 2430.54 

Atwater Atwater, 1851 4336.86 

Atwood 1866 

Avery 1851 

Aylesworth Aylesworth, 1840 

Ayres "Whitmore, 1870 4435.16 

Babcock Babcock, 1861 

Bacon Bacon, 1845 4435.10 

Badcock Appleton, 1865 

Bailey Poor, 1867 

Baker Baker, 1867 4432.4 

Baker Appleton, 1870 4338.13 

Baldwin Baldwin, 1871 2337.54 

Baldwin Baldwin, 1872 4432.52 

Baldwin Vinton, 1858 2332.3 

Bancroft (2 p.) 1872 4335.76 

Barker Edes, 1871 4444.31 

Barnaby Pierce, 1864 4335.55 

Bartlett (sheet) .... Bartlett, 1876 4435.28 

Bartow .E. B., 1875-8 4435.29 

Bascom Harris, 1870 4335.14 

Bass Thayer, 1835 2333.2 

Batchelder Whitmore, 1873 

Batcheller ....... Cushing, 1864 

Bate and Kirkland . . . Rylands, 1877 

Beal Shurtleff, 1865 4335.76 

Beardsley Beardsley, 1867 

Bearss Newcomb, 1864 2337.56 

( 2337.54 

Bearss Newcomb, 1871 < and 

( 2337.56 

Beers 1868 

Belcher Whitmore, 1873 4335.60 

Bellows Bellows, 1855 

Benedict Benedict, 1849 

Benedict Benedict, 1870 4432.16 

Bennet (8 p.) Bradbury, 1875 4335.36 

Benson . Garrison, 1872 2335.58 

Bergen (H.) Bergen (T.Q.), 1876 23.37.64 

Bergen Bergen, 1866 4436.1 

Bksbedge. ,Se«BiSBEE. . bave 
Bessac Parker and Bee- 
sac, 1863 

Bethune Weisse, 1866 

BiGO Whitmore, 1875 

Bill Bill, 1867 4.335.7 

Billings Thayer, 1835 2333.2 

Bird Bird, 1855 

Bird Trask, 1871 4433.15 

Birbee" (48'p.') '.'.'.'.'.'.'. Laphara, 1876 4339.10 

Bissell Stiles, 1869 

Blackstone Sargent, 1867 

Blaine Robinson, 1867 

Blake Blake. 1857 2333.4 

Blake Pierce, 1864 

Blatchford Blatchford, 1871 

Boardman Schroedcr, 1849 

Boardman I860 

BOLLES Bolles, 1865 

BOLLINQ Boiling, 1868 2330.61 

Bolton Bolton, 1862 

Bond Sigoumcy, 1857 4335.28 



Name. Author. Published. Shelf-m&rk. 

BOOGE Patterson, 1872 

Booth 1862 

Booth (64 p.) Columb. Smith,1868 

Booth (19 p.) Columb. 8mlth,1869 4335.7C 

BORDLEY Gibson, 1866 4336.4 

BosTwicK Bostwick, 1861 

BOTEVILLE, ThYNNE, BOT- 

FIELD Botfleld, 1858 2521.18 

BOUGHTON (65 p.) Smith, 1870 4331.55 

Bourbon, Orleans, Bo- 
naparte (chart) .... 1870 4436.76 

Bourn 1875 

BowDOiN Whitmore, 1866 4347.10 

BowpoiN Chapman, 1871 

Bowers Kilboume, 1865 

Bowers Wateon, 1872 

Bowles Bowles, 1851 4332.8 

BOYL.STON Vinton, 1858 2332.3 

Brackett Richardson, 1860 

Bradford Fessenden, 1860 2333.7 

Bradford (reprint, 8 p.) .Purple, 1873 2-331.54 

Bradlee Doggett, 1878 4432.55 

Brainerd Field, 1857 4433.8 

Brattle Harris, 1867 2336.57 

Breed Breed, 1872 

Brewster Steele, 1867 

Brigham Morse, 1869 2.333.23 

Briggs Briggs, 1878 4331.66 

Bright Bright, 1858 2332.1 

Brimmer Sigourney, 1857 433.'i.28 

Bromfield Blade, 1872 4335.58 

Brown Beckwlth, 1861 

Brown Brown, 1860 

Brown Smith, 1864 

Brown Cope, 1864 

Brown Fisher, 1866 4336.70 

Brown Smith, 1868 4335.70 

Brown 1871 

Bruce Vinton, 1874 2336.63 

Bruen CoddingtoD, 1867 

Buchanan Buchanan, 1849 

Buckingham Chapman, 1872 4336.54 

BuLKLEY Chapman, 1875 2337.60 

Bullard Morse, 18.57 

BULLARD (22 p.) Barton. 1878 4432.63 

Burgess Burgess, 1865 4432.8 

Burke and Alvobd . . . .Boutelle, 1864 4335.6 

Burnham Burnham, 1869 4335.10 

Burr Todd, 1878 43.32.54 

Burrage Burrage, 1877 4335.77 

Butler Butler, 1849 

Butler Sigourney, 1857 4385.28 

Caldwell Caldwell, 1873 2335.62 

Capen Thayer, 1835 23.33.2 

Capron Holden, 18.59 4336.3 

Carpenter RoberU, 1877 4330.64 

Carpenter Smith, 1870 

Cary Cary, 1874 

Carpenter Vinton, 1868 „^2.' 

Caverno Cavcrno, 1874 OJa.oi 

Champney Champncy, 1867 

Champney Whitney, ft65 4347.0 

Chandler Chandler, 1872 

Chapin Bliss, 1862 

Chapman . Chapman. 1864 ^.M 

Chapman Gerard, 1870 2337.28 

Chapman, Edward (34 p.) . Chapman and 

Lapham, 1878 nave 

Chase Chase, 1807 ^^ ^^ 

Chase Chase, 1869 ) 4338;! 8 

CHASE I^ph«m. "" ^^ 

Chauncey Fowler. 1858 4336.28 

Chauncy Chauncy. 1.87 

CiiECKLEY .Dr«J'e. 1848 ^^^^ 

CHEEVER (bi^«Liiide) ! '. '. Trask, 1878 ^.57 

CHIPMAN . ....... .Chpman, 1872 4^.63 

Chipman (59 p., reprint) . Chlpman. 1877 43M.63 

Clapp. Fam. ktg "I^ ^'^ 

Clapp Clapp, 18,0 2334.63 

fi, .„K Robinson, 1837 

CLARK (J.) ........ Clark (H.), I960 4336.20 

Clark and Ross (11 p.) . . Sims. 1870 

rfABKpr43D) Carke, 1809 4433.7 

cSbb f ......... •B"y»«». ^^ **^* 

Coj; . ] Coe, IWO 

COE Coe. 1869 

COFFIN Macy. 1870 2337.64 

COFFIN Woodman. 855 

COOGSWELL Kelley. IMl 

COOHILL CoghflJ, 1879 



63 



GENEALOGY 



April, 

Name. Author. Published. Shelf-mark. 

Emery Thornton, 1869 

Epes Appleton, 1870 4338.13 

Everett Everett, 1860 4435.6 

EwiNG Dubois, 1858 

Fairfax Neill, 1868 4432.5 

Famelil Weisse, 1866 

Farmer Farmer, 1813 

Farmer, 2d ed Fanner, 1828 

Farrar Farrar, 1853 

Faxon Faxon, 1843 

Faxon Vinton, 1858 2332.8 

Fenton Weaver, 1867 4332.8 

Field Field, 1860 

Field Field, 1863 4335.81 

Field, Appx. to '60 ... . Field, 1864 

FiSKE Fiske, 1865 

FiSKE Poor, 1867 

Fiske Fiske, 1867 4438.5 

Fitch Stiles, 1868 

Fitts or FiTZ Fitts, 1869 4432.9 

Flanders Prescott, 1873 

Fletcher Fletcher, 1849 

Fletcher Fletcher, 1871 2335.53 

Fletcher, Robert. (10 p.) 1878 have 

Flint Flint & Stone, 1860 

Fogg 1850 

FOLGER Folger, 1862 4335.81 

Follansbee Smith, 1865 

FOLLANSBEE 1869 

F0L.soM(repr.29p.) . . • 1876 4331.55 

Foot Foot, 1867 

FOOTE Goodwin, 1849 4335.17 

FoRSTER Foreter, 1870 2339.56 

Foster Appleton, 1871 

Foster Derby, 1872 

Foster Whitmore, 1875 

Fowler (A.) Fowler(J.&0.)1867 2337.51 

Fowler (W.) Fowler (W.C.) 1867 4435.10 

Fowler ( W.) Fowler (D.W.) 1870 

Franklin Hubbard, 1839 

Freeman Freeman, 1861 

Freeman (private ed.) . . Freeman, 1875 4331 .r>0 

French French, 1870 6536.8 

French Thayer, 1835 

French (Irish family) . . D' Alton, 1847 6536.7 

French Vinton, 1858 2333.2 

French (5 p.) French, 6o36.8 

Frost Parsons, (?) 1851 M. pph.133 

Fuller (16 p., reprint) . . 1859 4333.53 

Fuller Clarke, 1869 4433.7 

Fuller Noyes, 1861 4332.8 

Gaillahd or Gatlord . Gaillard, 

Gale Gale, 1864 4332.8 

Gale Gale, 1866 4339.28 

Gardner Greenough, 1858 

Gatlord or Gaillard . Gaillard, 

Geer Gear, 1856 

Georges 1875 

GiBKS Oibbs, 1845 4355.47 

GiBBS Smith, 1848 

GIB.SON 8mith (C), 1867 4335.76 

Gibson (4 p.) Smith (C), 1869 

Gibson (4 p.) Herrick, 1869 4335.76 

Gilbert 1848 

Gilbert Thornton, 1850 4355.48 

Giles Vinton, 1864 4332.3 

GiLLSON & Jcllson . . . . Jillson, 1876 4335.71 

GiLMAN (51 p.) Gilman, 1863 4434.13 

GiLMAN (23 p.) Gilman, 1864 4432.50 

Gilman Gilman. 1869 4432.13 

Gilpin Painter, 1870 

Glover Glover, 1867 4332.9 

Goddard Goddard, 1833 4339.4 

Goodhue Goodhue, 1834 

Gore (30 p.) Whitmore, 1875 4315.7 

Gorges Brown, 1875 

Gould Gould, 1841 

Gould Vinton, 1864 4332.3 

Gould (109 p.) Gould, 1872 4333.69 

Gouldimg Morse, 1857 

GouLDSMiTH(Mllton,Min8- 

hull and) Sharpe, 1877 

Graf family asso. constitu- « 

tion 1866 4332.8 

Grace Grace, 1823 2521.17 

Grant Marshall, 1869 4432.14 

Greek[e] Greene, 1858 4331.55 

Green Green, 1861 

Green Vinton, 1858 2332.8 

Green (P. 8: E.) Green (S. A.), 1876 * 43;i5 63 

— Same. 1st ed Green (S. A.), 1861 4432.6 



Name. Author. Published. Shelf-mark. 

CoiT Chapman, 1874 2336.70 

COLDEN (reprint, 24 p.) . .Purple, 1873 2331.53 

Cole, of Devon, etc Cole, 1867 2437.9 

Cole, of Ffirmanaugh (19 

p.) Segar and Penson, 2430.54 

Coleman Coleman, 1867 4331.55 

Collin 1872 

Collins Clement, 1871 

Collins 1872 

Cook (20 p.) Cook, 1870 2344.71 

Cope Cope, 1861 

COPELAND Thayer, 1835 2333.2 

CORWlN Corwin, 1872 4335.52 

Cotton Somerby, 1868 4435.10 

Cox 1871 4434.52 

Cradock (Gen. Reg.) . . . Whitmore, 1856 4333.32 

Cragin Cragin, 1860 

Craighead Craighead, 1876 2339.63 

Crandall Ott, 1859 

Crane Appleton, 1868 2435.22 

Cranmer and Wood . . . Waters, 1877 

Crosby Crosby, 1877 4335.73 

Crozer 1866 

CuLCHETH and Rislet . . Rylands, 1877 

Curtis (29 p.) Clarke, 1869 4433.7 

Gushing Turner, 1852 2333.12 

Cushman (celebration) . . Cushman, 1855 2331 .10 

Cushman Cushman, 1855 2331.6 

Cushman ......... 1859 2342.25 

Cutler Morse, 1867 4335.24 

Cutter Cutter, 1871 2336.54 

Dalton Whitmore, 1873 

D'Amebie Thornton, 1869 

Dana Dana, 1865 

Dane Dane, 1854 4332.8 

Dane (36 p.) Spalding, etc., 1875 have 

Daniell Daniell, 1874 2335.65 

Darc, Jeanne Bouteiller and 

Braux, 1878 4648.61 

Darlington Darlington, 1853 

Davenport Davenport, 1851 2-334.5 

Davenport Davenport, 1876 4339.31 

Davis Davis, 1867 

Dawes Holland, 1878 4335.88 

Dawson (generally) .... Dawson, 1874 2336.68 

Dawson, Robert (repr. 

from above) Dawson, 1874 2337.23 

Day Day, 1840 

DAY(2ded.) Day, 1848 2333.10 

Deane Deane, 1849 4347.26 

Dearborn 1848 4335.57 

De Berdt 1853 

Descartes Ropartz, 1877 2635.56 

Dexter Newman, 1859 2339.51 

Dickinson Dickinson, 1865 

Dike Noyes, 1861 4332.8 

Dinsmore Dinsmore, 1867 4335.22 

Diodate (39 ff.) Salisbury, 1876 2330.16 

DoD Dodd, 1839 

DoD Dodd and Bur- 
net, 1864 2334.55 

Drake Drake, 1845 2334.2 

Drake, of Hampton, N.H. 

(sheet) Drake, 1867 have 

Draper 1871 4434.60 

Drury Turner, 1862 2333.12 

Du Boi8 ......... Du Bois, 1847 

Du Bois t . . Du Bois, 1860 

Dudley Dudley, 1848 4307.12 

Dudley Dudley, 1848 2333.20 

Dudley Adlard, 1862 4332.7 

DUFFIELD 1867 

Dumaresq Perkins, 1863 1 4^8/io 

DuNNEL Dunnel, 1862 4433.6 

DuNSTER Chaplin, 1872 4349.55 

DuNSTER Dnnster, 1876 2339.65 

DuTTON Cope, 1871 4335.67 

DwiGHT Dwlght, 1874 2336.67 

DwiNELLE. See Dl'Nnel . 

Eastman Eastman, 1867 4435.6 

Eddy Porter, 1877 4336.58 

Edson Noyes, 1861 4332.8 

Edwards Woodbridge, 1871 2336.50 

Eliot EHot& Porter, 1854 4435.11 

Elliot Whitmore, 1869 4436.10 

Ellis Ellis, 2437.10 

Ellis Wynne, 1863 (?) 

Elmer Elmer, 1860 

Ely . Hill, 1851 4335.31 

Ehebson Tumor, 1852 



64 



1879. 

Name. Author. Fubliahed. Shelf-mark. 

Greenleaf Oreenleaf, 1854 4432.11 

Oreenocgh Bbcppard, 1863 4435.4 

Griffin's Journal, etc. . . Griffin, 1857 

Griffin (meeting) .... 1863 

Gkiswold 1856(?) 

Grout Morse, 1858 

Grout Morse, 1857 

Guild Guild, 1867 4339.11 

Guild Guild, 1873 

Haines Haines, 1869 4435.19 

Hale, N. H., (Life of) . . Stuart, 1856 528.21 

Hale (19 p.) Hale, 4431.55 

Hall Wliitmore, 1855 4833.10 

Haliburton (Scotland) . Rogers, 1877 2435.62 

Hallock Hallock, 1863 

Hardcastle (12 p.) ... 1855 

Harding Morse, 1864 

Haring, John (13p.) . . . Burdge, 1878 have 

Harlakenden Walworth, 1864 4333.2 

Harris Harris, 1861 4338.20 

Hart Davis, 1867 

Hart Andrews, 1876 

Hakwood Robinson, 1837 

Haskell Derby, 1872 4335.59 

Hassam Hassam, 1870 

Hastings Buckminster, 1866 4432.2 

Haven Adams, 1843 1 2333'.16 

Haven Park, 1844 4347^37 

Haven Haven, 1849 

Haven Adams, 1849 

Hayden Hayden, 1859 

Hayden Vinton, 1858 2332.3 

Heacock Painter, 1869 4335.65 

Heath Littell, 18.51 

Heinecke Heinecke, 1869 

Herrick Herrick, 1846 4332.53 

Heskaythe (Eng. 14p.) . 1870 2430.54 

Hildreth Hildreth, 1857 

Hill Smith, 1854 

Hill Parsons, 1858 M.Pph.v.l33 

Hill Fogg, 1850 

Hill Hill, 1851 4335.81 

Hinckley Messinger, 1859 

Hinman Hinman, 1856 

Hobart . Thayer, 1835 2333.2 

HOBBS Hobbs, 1855 

Hodges Hodges, 1837 

Hodges Hodges, 1853 2333.6 

HODGMAN (14 p.) 1865 

HOFFER Hoffer, 1868 

HOLBROOK (8.) I ^/'c'^)' \ 1851 4435.10 

HOLBROOK Morse, 1857 

HOLBROOK Vinton, 1858 2332.3 

HOLCROFT Rylands, 1817 

Holmes Vinton, 1864 4332.3 

Holmes Patterson, 1865 4433.16 

Holt . . . . , Durrie, 1864 4332.10 

Holt 1868 

Homes 1835 

Homes Pierce, 1864 

Hooper Sheppard, 1868 4435.4 

HORTON Horton, 1876 4435.4 

HosMER Hosmer, 1 861 

Houghton 1848 

Houghton Smith, I860 

Howe Nason, 1871 2336.61 

Hoyt Hoyt, 1857 2333.22 

Hoyt Hoyt, 1871 2335.51 

Hubbard Tuttle, 1859 

HUBBARD Hubbard, 1872 4433.52 

Hull (36 p.) Hull, 1863 have 

Hull Clarke, 1869 4433.7 

Humphrey Barber,- 1865 

Hunt Wyman, 1863 4332.1 

Huntington Huntington, 1857 2333.5 

Huntington Huntington, 1863 4332.2 

Hurlbut Hurlbut, 1861 

Hutchins Hutchlns, 1885 4349.60 

Hutchinson Hutchinson, 1852 

Hutchinson Hutchinson, 1867 

Hutchinson (in French) . 1865 
Hutchinson & Oliver (38 

p.) Whitmore, 1865 4432.51 

Hutchinson Chester, 1868 4433.13 

Hutchin.son Derby, 1870 4.336.51 

Hutchinson » Hutchinson (J.)1874 2339.60 

Hyde Walworth, 1864 4333.2 

Hyslop Sumner, 1854 4347.107 

Inches Slgourney, 1857 4335 28 



GENEALOG'S' 



Name. Author. 

INGRARAH Gladding, 

Ingraham Kip, . 

iNNis (17 p.) Smith, 

iNNis (4 p.) Smith, 



Jackson 

Jackson 

Janes 

Janse, Anneke 

Jauncey 

Jennens, Hammer, etc. . . 

Jenner 

Jennings 

Jennings 

Jepson 

Jewell 

JiLLBON, (Gillson and) . . 
Johnson (Stewart, Wilson, 

Bowers) 

JoiNViLLE (French) . . . 

Jones 

Jones 

Josselyn 

Judd 



Thayer, 

Jackson, 

Janes, 

Munsell, 

Brown, 

Coleman, 

Appleton 



PubUihed 


. Shelf-maik. 


1859 




1871 


4365.61 


1866 




1860 




1835 


2333.2 


1878 


2332.52 


1868 


4433.9 



1870 
1873 
1869 
1865 



Smith &Fi8her,1863 
Smith, 1866 

Slgourney, 1857 
Jewell, 1860 

Jillson, 1876 



I Watson, 

Bimonnet, 

Jones, 

Trask, 

Stiles, 

Judd, 



1872 

1875 
1849 
1878 
1868 
1860 



4835.65 

4336.70 
4335.70 
4335.28 

4336.71 
14336.76 
[ 4331.65 

2630.62 
626.11 

2338.60 

4338.22 

6680.2 
2435.23 



23.12.10 
4335.74 
4542.51 



4435.0 
2337.65 
4335.51 
2339.62 



2430.62 



Kearney (England) . . . (legal- brief) 

Keith (Scotch) Buchan, 1820 

Keith Keith, 1873 

Kellogg Kellogg, 1858 

Kellogg Kellogg, 1860 

Kent (with Tenney) . . . Tenney, 1875 

Keppel, earl of Albemarle, Keppel, 1876 

Keves 1857 

Kidder (21 p.) Kidder, 1852 

KiLBOURN Kilboume, 1850 

Kilbourn Kilboum, 1846 

King Banford, 1860 

Kingsbury (repr. ; 4 p.) . Dean, 1859 

Kinsman Stickney, 1876 

Kip Kip, 1871 

Kirk Stubbs, 1872 

KiRKLAND (Bate and) . . Rylands, 187T 
KiRKPATRiCK Hale Sc Black- 
burn, 1867 
Knox (and John Knox) . . RogerB(Lond.),1870 

Lane Lane, 1856 

Lane Whitmore, 1857 2383.0 

Laphah Lapliam, 1873 4336.26 

Lawrence (64 p.) (Rev. John) Lawrence, 1847 { Pph.T.417 

(Isted.) } " 

Lawrence, 2d ed. . (Rev. John) Lawrence, 1857 
Lawrence, 3ded. . (Rev. John) Lawrence, 1869,70. 

Lawrence Pease, 1848 

Lawrence Pease, 1853 

Lawrence C20 p.) Hale, 18.S0 

Lawrence Lawrence, 1858 

— Same, with extra pedi- 
gree 

Lawrence (6 copies only) 1860 

Lawrence Lawrence, 1871 

Leavenworth Leavenworth, 1873 

Leavitt . . . .' Toney, 1863 

Leck Richardson, 1866 

Lee (31 p.) Hill, 1851 

Lee . . Mead, 1868 

Lee Lee & Packard, 1872 

Lefferts Bergen, 1878 

Leland Leland, 1860 

1851 



2331.4 

2331.6 

6&30a.l 

4331.65 
4332.4 
4334.3 

4335.83 



Leonard (20 p.) 

Leonard (reprint, 4 p.) . . 

Leverett . 

Leverett ........ 

Levering 

Lewis 

Lincoln (49 p.) 

Lincoln (reprint, 10 p.) . . 

I^itchfield 

Littell (Family liecords) 

Little 

Lloyd & Carpenter . . . 

Locke 

LOOMIS (J.) 

LOOMIS (J.) 

Lowndes 

LUDWIG 

Ludlow 

Lyman 

Lyman 

Lyman • 



Deane, 

Shurtleff, 

Leverett, 

Jones, 

Bbeppard, 

ItobbiM, 

Lincoln, 

Morse, 

Littell, 

Little, 

Smith, 

Locke, . 

l/oomln, 

l/oomis, E., 

Chase, 

Ludwig, 



Dickinson, 

Coleman, 

McCoRD Robinson, 



1860 

1860 

1868 

1803 

1860 

1806 

1866 

1861 Uve 

1877 

1870 

1863 

1870 

1876 

1870 

1800 

1800 

1806 

1871 

1872 

1867 



2830.74 

4336.31 
4432.16 

2834.67 

4435.2 

I 43.-<5.34 

12333.11 

4836.70 

2333.14 

2331.0 

4394.20 

4SS1.66 

2338.66 

2381.2 
4836.0 
2336.76 
2334.61 
4438.12 
44U1.2 

4434.61 
4433.61 



65 



GENEALOGT 

Name. Author. Publiahed. S 

Mackenzie, earls of Cro- 

martie « . Frazer, 1876 

McKiNSTRr Willis, 1858 

McKlNSTKir, 2d ed Willis, 186« 

Macy Macy, 1868 

Makepeace Makepeace, 1858 

Mann Mann, 1877(?) 

Marbury Chester, 1866 

Marston (repr. 48 p.) . . Watson, 1873 

Makmion (English) . . . Palmer, 1875 

Martin Martin, 1816 

Marvin Marvin, 1848 

Mason & Whiting .... Schroeder (in 

life of Mrs. 

Boardman), 1840 

Mather Mather, 1848 

May 1878 

Maule 1868 

Mendenhaxl Mendenhall, 1865 

Merrick Merrick, 186U 

Merrill Barber, 1864 

Messingeb Messinger, 1863 

Metcalf Metcal^ 1867 

Metcalf Harris, 1861 

Mildmay (England) (19 p.) 1871 

Miles Miles, 1840 

MiLLAis (8 p.) English . . Payne, 1865 

Mills Vinton, 1858 

Milton, MinshuU & Gould- 
smith Sharpe, 1877 

Miner Whitmore, 1860 

MiNSHULL Painter, 1867 

MIN4IIULL & GOllLDSMITH 

(Milton and) Sharpe, 1877 

Mitchell 1859 

Montgomery Montgomery, 1863 

Moody Moody, 1847 

Moody (& Eliot, Me. 22 p.)Fogg. 1851 

Morgan Morgan, 1869 

Morgan 1851 

Morris Hart & Street, 1853 

Morse Morse, 1850 

Moseley 1878 

Mol'LTON Monlton, 1873 

Mowry (Kathaniel) .... Mowry, 1878 

MowRY (Richard) .... Mowry, 1878 

MUDGE Mudge, 1865 

MuDGE Mudge, 1868 

MuNROE (reprint? 16 p.) .Locke, 1853 

Ml'nsell Stiles, 1859 

Mygatt Mygatt, 1853 

Nash Kash, 1850 

Nash Nash (S.), 1853 

Nason Caldwell, 1859 

Neal Neal, 1856 

Nelson Chapman, 1871 

Newcomb (circulars) . . . Newcomb, 

Newcomb Newcomb, 1874 

Newell Hall, 1878 

NiLES Vinton, 1858 

Noble Boltwood, 1878 

North 1860 

Northend 1874 

Norton Jones, 1848 

Norton 1859 

NoYES, Dike, Fuller, and 

Edson Noyes, 1861 

Odin 1858 

Odiorne Odiorne, 1875 

Olcott Goodwin, 1845 

Olcott Goodwin, 1874 

Oliver (with Hutchinson. 

38 p. ) Whitmore, 1865 

Oliver (29 p.) Appleton, 1867 

Oliver Oliver, 1868 

Oliver Sigourney, 1857 

Olmstead Thomas, 1869 

Otis Otis, 1850 

Otis Otis, 1851 

Otis Sigourney, 1857 

Ott 1859 

OXNARD Preble, 1869 

Padelford (broadside) . Dexter, 1857 

Paine Paine, 1857 

Paine (in parts) Paine, 1878 

Paine Thayer, 1835 

Painter 1869 

Park Whitney, 1855 

Parry 1877 



2534.6 
4335.87 
4435.10 

4433.8 
4338.26 



4331.51 
2437.12 



4339.12 



4434.12 



4332.8 

4338.20 

2430.54 

4333.30 

4530.1 

2332.3 



4335.55 



4333.56 
2334.16 
4333.59 
4432.10 

4336.52 
4335.32 



4333.57 
2334.58 



4431.1 
4431.52 



4335.19 

2333.8 

( 2337.54 
i 2337.56 
2336.72 

2332.3 
4434.15 



4332.8 

2337.63 

2337.59 

4432.51 
4833.28 

4335.28 
4439a.6 

2333.18 
4335.28 



4340.50 



4434.53 
2333.2 



4347.6 



April, 

Name. Author. Published. Sheir-mark. 

Patterson Du Bois, 1847 

Patterson Andrews, 1867 

Partridge Dickinson, 1865 

Payne and Gore (30 p.) .. Whitmore, 1875 4.*515.7 

Peabody Endicott, 1867 4335.18 

Peabody Robinson, 1859 4446.5 

Pease, J., sen D. & A. S. Pease, 1869 2335.50 

Pease Pe-Tse, A. S., 1889 2335.50 

Peck Peck, 1868 4337.9 

Peirce Peirce, 1870 2337.61 

Peirce (repr., 7 p.) . . . . Peirce, n. d. 4335.6 

Peirce Davles, 1874 

Pierce Pierce, 1864 

Pierce West, 1864 

Pelletbead Pelletreau, 1863 

Pknn Coleman. 1871 

Pennington Pennington, 1871 

Penniman Vinton, 1858 2332.S 

Pensypacker Pennypacker, 1877 4432.54 

Penoyer Smith, 1870 

Peppebrell Whitmore, 2333.13 

Peppehrell Parsons, 1855 

Perkins (reprint) Perkins, F. B. 1860 

Perkins Perkins, 1872 

Perkins (sheet) (A.T.Perkins,) (n.d.) 4335.26 

Peters, Hugh (Life and 

Geneal.) Peters, 1807 

I'HELPS Phelps, 1862 

Phippen or Fitzpen . . . . Phippen(20p.), 

Phoenix Phoenix, 1867 2331.51 

Pierce. See Peirce. 

Pierpont 1868 

PlERSON Pierson, 1878 4338.30 

Piper Piper, 1849 

Pitman Thurston, 1865 

Pitman Thurston, 1868 

Plummer White, 1858 

Pond Harris, 1873 4335.61 

Pond Pond, 1876 4339.21 

Pope Pope, 1862 

Pope (14 p.) Wheatland, 1867 4435.28 

Porter Porter, 1878 2334..'>9 

Potts James, 1874 2337.11 

Powell Powell, 2339.1.7 

Pratt (8 p.) Pratt, 1860 43.'i2.8 

Pratt Chapman, 1864 2336.66 

Preble Preble, 1850 

Peeble Preble, 1868 4435.21 

Pbentice or Prentiss . . . Binney, 1852 2332.7 

Prescott Prescott, 1870 4335.11 

Preston (10 p. tract.) ..Brown, 1842 4332.11 

Preston (26 p.) Brown, 1864 4432.11 

Preston (16 p.) Brown, 1864 

Preston 1871 443450 

Price Price, 1865 

Prime Prime, 1873 

Prince (biog. and pedigs.) Drake, 1857 4428.2 

Provoo.st Purple, 1875 

Punchard Worcester, 1867 

Putnam Vinton, 4858 2332.3 

Putnam Vinton, 1874 2336.63 

QuiNcr Grace, 1841 

QuiNCY Whitmore, 1857 4333.9 

Raleigh, (3 p. English ). . 1869 2430.54 

Randall Randall, 1868 

Ranney 1866 

RAWLiN8orRoLLni8(84p.)RolllnB, 1870 

Rawlins or Roluhs . . . Rollins, 1874 2.337.12 

Rawson Rawson, 1849 2333.15 

Rawson Crane, 1875 4335.64 

Redfield Redfield, 1839 

Redfield Redfield, 1860 2332.9 

Reed Reed. 1861 4335.5 

Reyner ....;.... Whitmore, 1857 2333.9 

Reynolds Runnels, 1873 2335.61 

Rice Ward, 18.^8 1032 3 

Rich (31 p.) Rich, 1H77 43.'i3 59 

Richards Morse, 1861 23S3.2:t 

Richardson . • Vinton, 1858 2332.3 

Richardson Richardson, 1860 

Richardson Vinton, 1876 

Riddell Riddell, 1852 

RiCKER Laphara, 1877 4336 55 

RiNucciNl (broadside) . . Alazzi, IMO 4740.4 

Ripley Ripley, 1866 

Ripley Kiplby, 1867 43.12.8 

Ri.sLEY (Culcheth and) . Rylands, 1877 

Robbins Robblns, 1843 

Roberdeau Buchanan, 1876 2337.67 

Robinson Robinson, 1837 



G6 



1879. 

Name. Author. Published. Shelf-iii«rk. 

Robinson Robinson, 1859 4446.6 

Robinson Vinton, 1864 4332.3 

Robinson Robinson, 1867 

Rockwell Eldridge, 1852 

Rockwell Rockwell, 1873 2336.57 

RocK\voOD(8p.) 8.C.Rockwood,18a5 

RocKwoOD Rockwood, 1856 2334.1 

RocKWOOD Morse, 1857 

Rogers 1851 

RouERS Chester, 1861 

Rollins. See Rawlins. 

Root Root, 1870 2336.71 

Ross Sims, 1870 4335.55 

RosEL Sims, 1850 

Runnels Runnels, 1873 2335.61 

Sackville Bridgman, 2406.4 

Uafford liobinson, 1837 

Safford Vinton, 1858 2332.3 

Sage (82 p.) Sage, 1878 4333.60 

Salkeld Heacock, 1867 

Sampson Vinton, 1864 4332.3 

Sanborn (21 pp., reprint.) . Sanborn, 18.56 4431.52 

Sanger Morse, 1851 

Sanger Morse, 1857 

Sargent Sargent, 1858 

Sargent Sheppard, 1871 

Sawin Sawin, 1867 4435.10 

Schuyler Munsell, 1874 23:56.69 

Scott, Sir W Rogers, 1877 2435.62 

Scranton Scranton, 1855 4331.55 

Seaman (6 ff.) ...... Seaman, 6530.3 

Sears Soraerby, 1855 

Sears Sears, 1857 473.9 

Seaver Trask, 1872 

Sharps & Stubbs .... Sharpe, 1876 6520.34 
Bhakspereana genealog- 

ica French, 1869 6591.25 

Sharples Sharpless, 1816 

Shattuck Shattuck, 1855 2332.6 

SiiKLDON Sheldon, 1855 

l!<HELTON Dixon, 1857 

Sheppard ....... .Dean, 1873 4443.56 

Shippen Buchanan, 1877 4435.26 

Shippen Balch, 1856 

Shrimpton Sumner, 1854 4347.107 

Shuhtleff Shurtleff, 1850 2334.8 

SiGOURNEY Sigourney, 1857 4335.28 

Sill Sill, 1855 

Sill Sill, 1859 4439a.5 

Slafter Slafter, 1869 4432.12 

Sloan Sigourney, 1857 4335.28 

Smith Leonard and 

Smith, 1852 4435.20 

Smith (Burlington) . . . . R. M. Smith, 1877 4331.58 

SMITH rSh/- ^870 4331.55 

Smith (44 p.) Utica. 1844 

Smyth (8 p.) Smyth, 1872 

SoiiiER Sigourney, 1857 4335.28 

Somerby (2 p.) Somerby, 

Somervilles (Scotland) . 1815 2443.9 

Spalding Spalding, 1872 2335.56 

Sparhawk (3 p.) Appleton, 1865 

Spofford (J.) Spofford(John)1851 4336.21 

Hpooner Spooner, 1871 2335.56 

Spotswood (44 p.) . . . . CampbeU, 1868 4432.1 

Sprague Sprague, 1828 4339a.51 

Spbague ^oule, 1847 2334.12 

Stafford Benedict, 1870 4431.5 

Stafford Vinton, 1858 2332.3 

Stebrins Stebbins, 1771 

Stef.le Durrie, 1859 

Steele Durrie, 1862 4333.3 

Stetson Barry, 1847 2333.19 

Stewart Watson, 1872 

Stickney Stickney, 1869 4431.4 

Stiles Stiles, 1859 4435.10 

Stiles Stiles, 1863 

Stoddard (A.) Stoddard (C. & ( 4332.6 

E. W.), 1865 I 2336.62 

Stoddard Stoddard, 1849 4338.19 

Stoddard (R.) Stoddard (E. 

W.), 1872 2.336.62 

Stoddard (J.) Patterson, 1873 2336.62 

Stone Stone, 1866 

Stone Vinton, 1874 2335.63 

Stow Whitmore, 1876 

Stranahan, Josselyn, 

Fitch and Dow Stiles, 1868 4435.12 

Strong ■• I.yman, 1819 

Strong Dwight, 1871 2335.52 



GENEALOGT 

Name. Author. Publithed. Shelf-mark. 

Stubbs (with Sharpe), 

English Sharpe, 1875 6520.34 

SUMNKR Sumner, 1854 4347.107 

Sumner Trask, 1864 4347.107 

Sumner memorial 1871 

Sutton and WARD(Engli8h)Twamley, 2539.21 

SwETT Thornton, 1851 2331.3 

Sykes Sykes, v. d. 4535.22 

Symmes Vinton, 1873 2335.59 

Symondb Appleton, 1870 4338.13 

Taft 1874 2337.14 

Tainter Talnter, 1860 

Taintor Taintor, 1847 4430a.3 

Talcott Talcott, 1876 2338.50 

Tappan 1836(1834?) 

Tappen Pierce, 1864 

Taylor 1861 

Taylor, of Ongar I.Taylor, 1867 4566.3 

Temple Whitmore, 1856 4347.10 

Temple Chapman, 1871 

Tenney Tenney, 1875 4335.74 

Thacher Thachcr, 1809 

Tbacher Allen, 1872 

Thayer Thayer, 1835 2333.2 

Thayer Thayer, 1874 hare 4336.78 

Thayer Vinton, 1868 2332.3 

Thomas Thomas, 1877-8 2330.17 

Thomas (n. d.) 4339.50 

Thompson Hooker, 1854 

Thomson Thomson, 1841 

Thurber Thurbcr, 1867 

Thurston Thurston, 1866 

Thurston Thurston, 1868 

Todd Greene, 1867 4433.10 

Tompkins Gannett, 1870 

TOPPAN Coffin, 1862 

Tottincham Gale, 1866 In 4339.28 

TOWNLEY 1871 

Townsend Townsend, 1865 

TowNSEND (37 p.) Rich, 1877 have 

TowNSHEND Townsend, 1876 

Tracy Walworth, 1864 4333.2 

Trask Traitk, 1877 

TROWBRibGE Trowbridge, 1864 

Trowbridge Chapman, 1872 4434.2 

Tuck Dow, 1877 4335.76 

Tucker Tucker, 1861 

Turner Turner, 1862 23.*a.l2 

TuTHiLL(fam. mtg.,reprlnt)Tuthill, 1867 4431.51 

Tuttle Tuttle, 1873 j J^'*;J* 

TUTTLE, (from Gen. Reg.) Tuttle, 1867 4332.8 

TwiTCHELL Morse, 1867 

Upham Upham, 1846 

Upton Vinton, 1874 2335.63 

UsHEH Whitmore, 1869 2333.13 

Vail Vail, 1867 

Valentine Valentine, 1874 2336.76 

Van Brunt Bergen, 1867 4332.13 

Van Rensselaer Bonney, 1876 2337.10 

Vassall Harris, 1862 4435.10 

VA88ALL(6ff.Ms.) . . . .MlssQulncy, 4336.76 

Vaughan Sheppard, 1866 443.S.10 

Vebnatti (reprint) .... j ^jaj.io 

Vickers or ViCKERT . . . Whitmore, 1865 4435.10 

Vilas Vilas, 1H76 2334.63 

Vinton memorial .... Vinton, 1868 2332.3 

Vinton (John; repr. ft-om 

above) Vinton, 1868 

■W^ADE Whitmore, 2333.13 

WAiTE(rcp.ll p.) . . . .Corey, 1878 hare 

WAiTE(rep,4p.) Walte. I'"'"''" „.^ . 

Wake . . . Bcnett, 1883 6636.6 

Waldo Jones, 1864 

Waldbon Oale. 1866 In 4MB.28 

Wales Thayer, 1836 2333.2 

Walker Walter, 1861 4«8.3 

Wanton Bartlet^ 1878 4^.16 

Ward (W.) Ward, 1861 | jjj^j 

W^Rn Goodwin, In 2332.S 

Ward (A. H.) Trask, 1863 443.V4 

Ward (N.) l>e»n. 1868 4443.15 

Ware Ware, 1862 

Warren Warren, 1854 23.T0.2 

WARREN (7 p.) ^, ^, |"4 in 4333.53 

Washington Slmpklnton, 1860 

Washington (16 p.) . . . 1863 «330.« 



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INDIAN QUESTION 



April, 



Name. Author. 

Washington Cliestcr, 

Watkins VVatkins, 

Watson Deane, 

Watson Wat«on, 

Weber Whitmore, 

Webster Goodwin, 

Webster (8 p.) Webster, ' 

Welles or Wells .... Welles 

Welles Welles, 

WviTFs J Welles and 

"'*=^^^^ j Clements, 

Wellman Wellman, 

Wells Wells, 

Wentwobth Wentworth, 

Wesley Stevenson, 

Wentworth Wentworth, 

Wentworth Wentworth, 

Wetmore Wetmore, 

Wheatworth (20 p.) . . . 

Wheeler Martin, 

Whipple Boutelle, 

Whipple Whitnaore, 

White Kellogg, 

White White, 

White (T.) Derby, 

White Thayer, 

White "Vinton, 

White White, 

Whiting Goodwin, 

Whiting Whiting, 

Whiting Whiting, 

Whiting (revised ed.). • .Whiting, 

Whitman Whitman, 

Whitmore Whitmore, 

Whitmore Whitmore, 

Whitmore Whitmore, 

Whitmore Whitmore, 

Whitmore Whitmore, 

Whitney Whitney, 

Whitney Harris, 

Whitney Whitney, 

Whitney .Whitney 

Whittier Whittier, 

Whittlesey Whittelsey, 

Whittlesey Whittlesey, 

Wigglesworth Dean, 

WlGGLESWOBTH Dean, 



Published 


Shelf-iiiark. 


1866 


43.38.21 


1849 




1864 


4435.4 


1865 


2337.37 




In 2333.13 




in 2332.8 


1836 




1848 




1876 


4434.5 


1 1874 




1867 




1874 


4435.28 


{?)1850 


4435.24 


1876 


2437.11 


1870 




1878 


4434.11 


1861 


4333.1 


1850 




1816 




1867 




1857 


2333.9 


1860 


2332.10 


1863 




1872 


4335.59 


1832 


2333.2 


1858 


2332.3 


1878 have 




in 2332.8 


1871 




1872 


4433.50 


1873 


4433.53 


1832 




1855 


4.335.36 


1856 


4332.5 




2333.13 


1867 




1875 




1857 




1858 




1859 




1860 




1873 


2336.65 


1855 


4335.70 


1874 




1863 




1871 


4503.2 



2334.7 

4335.76 

in 2333.13 

4435.4 

4435.9 

(4332.50 

I 2332.4 

2334.6 

2333.13 



4335.76 

4335.53 
4435.4 
-- ( have V. 1 
" ) 2333.50 



Name. Author. FublisheU. Shrlf-marlc. 

Wight Wight, 

Wilbur Wilbur, 

Wilcox (8 p. reprint) . . . Whitmore, 

Wild Wiiitmore, 

Wilder Sheppard, 

Wilder Wilder, 

Wilkinson Wilkinson, 

WiLLARD Willard, 

Williams Williams, 

Willis (8 p.) Morse, 

Willis Whitmore, 

Willoughby Smith, 

WiLLOLGHBY Fisher, 

Willoughby (15 p.) Greenwood, 

Wilson Smith, 

Wilson Watson, 

WiNCHELL Wiuchell, 

WiNSLOW Sheppard, 

WiNSLOW HEMORIAX, V. 1 . Holton, 

WiNSOR Winsor, 

WiNTllROP Winthrop, 

WiNTHROP Whitmore, 

Winthrop Winthrop, 

WiNTHROP Chapman, 

Winthrop Winthrop, 

WiswALL Robinson, 

Witter Allen, 

Wolfe Fahnestock, 

Wood 

Woodman Coffin. 

WOOD.MAN Woodman, • 

Woodman Woodman, 

Worcester Worcester, 

WoRDEN Worden, ~ 

Worthington Goodwin, 

Wtman Wyman, 

Wyman Whitmere, 

WYNKOOP(34p.) Wynkoop, 

WYNKOOP(2ded.) Wynkoop, 

Yale Tale, 

Yeahams Sumner, 

Young Gale, 

Zane 



1848 
1871 
1875 

1867 
1878 
1869 

1858 

1847 
1863 
1855 
1864 
1866 
1876 
1866 
1872 
1869 
1863 

18 

1847 
1864 
1864 
1867 
1871 
1874 
1859 
1872 
1863 
1871 
1855 
1856 
1874 
1856 
1868 

1849 

in 2333.13 
1866 4331.55 

1878 have 

1850 

1854 4347.107 

1866 In 4339.28 



4435.10 
2347.40 



4446.5 
2339.53 



4435.10 

in 4331.55 

2336.73 



in 2332.8 



The Indian Question. 



The following list embraces the most important works, 

subject, now in the Library. 

Shelf. No. 

AiNSLiE, G. The Indian question. (Presbyterian 

quarterly. 187.5) 5412.1.n. 8.4 

Arnold, 8. G. Pres. Grant's Indian policy. (Metho- 
dist quarterly. 1877) 7436.4.4th s. 29 

Associated executive committee of Friends on Indian 
affairs. Need of law on the Indian reserva- 
tions. Phila., 1878. 8» Pamphlet col. 

Bishop Seabury mission. Missionary paper. No. 
28. The Indian system. Faribault, Minn., 
1863. 8» No. 4 in 4464.52 

Bond, H. F. The proposed Indian policy. (Unitarian 

review. 1877) 7501.50.7 

BouDiNOT, E. C. Oklahoma. Argument before com- 
mittee on territories, Jan. 29. Alexandria, 
Va., 1878. 8» Pamphlet col. 

Bcrleigh, W. a. Indian affairs. Speech, Feb. 9, 

1869. Wash., 1869. 8* Phmphlet col. 

Cass, L. Indian treaties, and laws and regulations re- 
lating to Indian affairs. (N. A. review. 1827) . 3113.2.24 

Child, L. M. An appeal for the Indian. N. Y., n. d. 

12» No. 8 in 4464.52 

Chief Joseph. An Indian's views of Indian affairs. 

(N. A. review. 1879) 3113.2.128 

Clarke, S. Remonstrance against the treaty with 

the Osage Indians. Wash., 1868. 8* . . Pamphlet col. 

COATES, K. rStatement relative to the sale of the 
national lands under the treaties with the Cher- 
okee Indians.] n. p., 1869. 8* Pamphlet col. 

CoNDiCT, J. E. Our Indians, and the duty of the 
Presbyterian church to them. (Presbyterian 
quarterly. 1876) 5422.50.n.s.5 



magazine articles and government publications, upon the above 

Sheir. No. 
Cdster, G. a. My life on the plains. Or, personal 

experiences with Indians. N. Y., 1874. 8» . . 1641.2 
Dudley, L. E. How to treat the Indians. (Scrib- 

ner's monthly. 1875) 7392.2.10 

Gaxpin, 8. A. Repbrt upon the agencies in the 

Indian territory, now under the orthodox 

Friends. Wash., 1877. 8* Pamphlet col. 

Howard, O. O. The Indians. Account of Geu'l 

Howard's mission to the Apaches and Navigos. 

Wash., 1872. 8» Pamphlet col. 

Howland, E. Our Indian brothers. (Harper's 

monthly. 1878) 6220a.12.56 

Hubbard, G. G. The Indian problem, n. p., n. d. 

8* Pamphlet col. 

Huntington, F. D. Two wa-ys of treating the Indian 

problem. N. Y. [1875?] 8« Pamphlet col. 

Indians, soldiers and civilization. [N. T., 1872.] 8». 

Pamphlet col. 
LossiNG, B. J. Our barbarian brethren. (Harper's 

monthly. 18.0) 6230.12.40 

Lowe, C. The president's Indian policy. Boston, 

1871. 8» Pamphlet col. 

LowKiE. J. C. Our Indian affairs. (Presbyterian 

quarterly. 1874) 54l2.I.n.s.3 

MEACHA.M, A. B. Wigwam and war-path. Boston, 

1875. 8* 2362.66 

Miles, N. A. The Indian problem. (N. A. review. 

1879) 3113.2.128 

MII.ROY, R. H. Our Indian policy further considered. 

(Presbyterian quarterly. 1876) 6422.50.n.8.5 

68 



1879. 



Shelf. No. 

Nichols, G. W. The Indian, what we should do 

with him. (Harper's monthly. 1870) . . . 6230.12.40 

Otis, E. 8. The Indian question. N. Y., 1878. 

12° 2364.55 

PlTCHLYNN, P. P. Letter [upon claims of the Choc- 
taw Indians on the government. Wash., 1S701 
8" Pamphlet col. 

Pope, J. OfHcial communications concerning Indian 

affairs. St. Louis, 1865. 16" .... . Pamphlet col. 

Reynolds, G. Our Bedouins; what can we do with 

them? (Unitarian review. 1877) 7501.50.8 

Sturgis, T. Common sense view of the Sioux war, 
with the true method of treatment. Waltham, 
Mass., 1877. S" 4464.23 



INDIAN QUESTION 

Shelf. No. 
Talbot, J. J, An Indian campaign. (Penn monthly. 

„ 1878) 6254.50.9 

Taylor, N. G. Remarks on the transfer of the 
Indian bureau to the war department. [Wash.] 

n. d. S* Pamphlet col. 

Walker, F. A. The Indian question. Bos., 1874. 12°. 2368.55 
Sec alBo his article in the N. A. Review, 3113.2.116. 

Whipple, H. B. The Indian system. (N. A. re- 

view. 1864) 3153.2.99 

Whittaker, F. Complete life of G. A. Custer. 

N. Y., 1876. 8<> 2345.69 

Williamson, T. The Indian question. (Presbyte- 
rian quarterly. 1876) 6422.60.n.8.6 



Periodicals. 

Catholic world, 7472.1 : Our new Indian policy and religious liberty, Oct., 1877; A glance at the Indian question, Nov., 
1S77; — Examiner, 7181.1 : United State.s Indian wars, 1878. (Also in the 138 vol. of Littell;) Relations of the Indians with 
the United States, June 22, 1878 ; — Penn monthly, 5254.50 : The Indian question, Nov., 1874. Consult also the Nation, Harper's 
weekly and other daily and weekly papers. 

Government PublicatiQns. 

The following are the most important recent publications of the United States upon this subject. For earlier or more 
minute information consult Bates Hall Catalogues, and the index of U. S. documents under the head Indian affairs, and also 
under the names of different tribes. For discussions in Congress see Congressional record. 

The Arabic numerals preceding the colon denote the Congress; the numerals, i, ii, iii, the session ; E., Executive docu- 
ment; 8., Senate document; H. E., House executive; H. M., House miscellaneous; H. R., House reports; S. M., Senate 
miscellaneous; 8. R., Senate reports. The figures following the capitals indicate the number of the document; C. with the 
following figures, the location in Bates Hall. 

Protest of Cherokee nation against the consolidation of tribes, March 2, 1865. 38 : il H. M. 56. (C. 142.6.1) ; — Report 
by Col. E. 8. Parker, on Indian affairs, Jan. 25, 1867. 39 : ii H. M. 37. (C. 192.1) ; — Report of joint committee on condition 
of Indian tribes, Jan. 26, 1867. 39 : ii 8. R. 156. (C. 182.4) ; — Report of sec. of interior in relation to the Indian tribes of 
tlie U. 8., April 13, 1867. 39: Spec. sess. 8. 4. (C. 202.3) ;— Information relative to the Indian tribes, April 13, 1867. 
40 : Spec. sess. S. 4. (C. 202.3) ; — Rcsol. relative to future policy towards the Indians, Dec. 2, 1867. 40 : ii 8. M. 1. (C. 
212.4.1) ; — Report of Indian peace commission, Jan. 14, 1868. 40 : ii E. 97. (C.232.1.11) ; — Transfer of jurisdiction over In- 
dian affairs now exercised by Treasury depart., Feb. 19, 1868. 40: ii E. 176. (C. 232.1.13) ; — Memorial on behalf of the In- 
dians, by the commission, July 20, 1868. 40 : ii H. M. 165. (C. 212.7.2) ; — Petition of Cherokees, etc., against transfer of 
management to war dept., Jan. 14, 1869. 40 : iii 8. M. 24. (C. H1.3) ; — Resol. of legislature of Kansas in favor of transfer 
of management of Indians to war dept., Jan. 21, 1869. 40: iii 8. M. 29. (C. 111.3); — Memorial of yearly meetings of 
Friends, rel. to treatment of Indians, Jan. 25, 1869. 40 : iii H. M. 29. (C. 111.6) ; — Expediency of establishing territorial gov- 
emmentfor certain tribes, Jan. 13, 1870. 41:iiH.M.21. (C. 141.5.1) ; — Eatablishmentof the Kiowas,Comanches, and Apache 
Indians, Feb. 11, 1870. 41:iiE.125. (C. 151.2.6) ;— Number in various tribes, Feb. 22, 1870. 41 : ii E. 158. (C. 151.2.7) ; — 
Mem's of Cherokees, etc., against territorial government, March 8, May 23, 1870. 41 : ii 8. M. 76, 143. (C. 141 .2) ; — Report on 
consolidation of tribes, April 27, 1870. 41: ii S. R. 131. (C. 131. 12) ; — Statement of the commissioner, E. 8. Parker, in relation 
to Indian tribes, April 29, 1870. 41: ii 8. M. 136. (C. 141.2) ; — Efforts by the government for the education and civilization of 
the Indians, May 11, 1870. 41 : ii E. 260. (C. 151.2.12) ; — Appropriation required for the education of Indians, May 20, 1870. 41 : 
ii E. 284. (C. 151.2.12) ; — Effect of the 14th amendment upon the Indian tribes, Dec. 14, 1870. 41 ; iii 8. R. 268. (C. 161.4) ; — 
Papersrelatingto the confederacy of Indian tribes, Jan. 24, 1871. 41: iii II. M.49. (C. 161.8.1) ; — Report of com. appointed 
to make investigations into Indian affairs, Feb. 25, 1871. 41 : iii H. R. 39. (C. 161.7) ; — Protest of Creeks, etc., against ter- 
ritorial government, Jan. 24, 1872. 42 : ii H. M. 51. (C. 201.3.2) ; — Resol. of legislature of Iowa, sustaining the president In 
his present policy, Feb. 29, 1872. 42 : ii S. M. 97. (C. 191.2.2) ; — Resol. of legislature of Maine in favor of faithful observ- 
ance of treaties with the Indians, March 8, 1872. 42: ii 8. M. 110. (C. 191.2.2) ; — Alleged frauds agjiinst Indian soldiers, 
June 8, 1872. 42 : ii H. R. 96. (C. 201.2.4) ; — Draught of a bill to enable Christian Indians to become citizens, Jan. 7, 1873. 
42 : iii E. 67. (C. 230.3.7) ; — Draught of similar bill, April 24, 1874. 43 : 1 E. 228. (C. 256.4.16) ; — Letter of T. Foster, In 
relation to the management and civilization of the Indi.in tribes, Jan. 21, 1873. 42: ill 8. M. 39. (C. 231.2.1) ; — Rcsol. of 
legislature of N. C. concerning Indian affairs, Feb. 5, 1873. 42 : iii 8. M. 56. (C. 231.2.1) ; — Frauds and wrongs commltt^ 
against the Indians, March, 1873. 42: iii II. R. 98. (C. 231.4.3) ; — Agreement with Bannock and other Indians in Southern 
Idaho, Nov. 7, 1873. 43 : IE. 129. (C. 257.1.10) ; — AgruemenU with the Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians for the rellnquiab- 
mcnt of the reservation provided for them by thtj treaty of 1867. Nov. 18, 1873. 43 : i E. 12. (C. 257.1.8) ;— Protest of In- 
dian territory against territorial government, Dec. 6, 1873, Jan. 22, 1874. 43 : 1 H. M. 87, 88. (O. 258,2.2) ; — Agreement with 
the JicariHa, Apache, and Ute Indians of New Mexico, Dec. 10, 1873. 43: i E. 130. (C. 257.1.10) ;- Draught of a bill for the 
civilization of the Indians, Dec. 18, 1873. 43: IE. 24. (C. 257.1.8) ; — Letter of 8. M. Janney, on behalf of executive com- 
mittee of Friends, Dec. 23, 1873. 43 : 1 H. M. 66. (C. 258.2.2) ; — Indi.in8 captured or killed by U. 8. troops In 1873-74, also 
citizens and soldiers killed by Indians during same period. 43 : ii 8. 22. (C. 256.6) ; — Condition of Indian tribes west of Rocky 
Mountains. Statement of Maj. J. W. Powell, Jan. 22, 1874. 43: i II. M. 86. (C. 258.2.2) ; — Report of commission to in- 
vestigate charges against E. P. Smith, commissioner of Indian affairs, Feb. 2, 1874. Pamphlet collection ; — Bill to regulate 
trade and intercourse with Indians, Feb. 4, 1874. 43 : i. E. 108. (C. 267.1.9) ; — Penalty for selling liquor to Indians, March 
11, 1874. 43: i E. 177. (C. 257.1.12) ; — Punishment of crimes by and against Indians, March 17, 1874. 43: IK. 200. (C. 
257.1.12) ; —Delegation to visit the Indian tribes and devise means of improving their condition. Mem. of J. Becson, April 1, 
1874. 43:18. M. 94. (C. 259.4.1) ;— Disbursements from the appropriations for the Indian department for 1874,6. 44 : I K G. 
(C. 2oOa.5.8, page 89) ; — Report showing the liabilities of Indian tribes, Sept. 22, 1876. 44 : 1 E. 2. (C. 260a.6.6) ; — Transfer 

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MOUNTAIN RAILROADS April, 

of certain trust-funds from the sec. of interior to the treasurer, Dec. 10, 1875. 44: i E. 15, 16. (C. 250a.5.9) ; — Veto of the 
above, Feb. 8, 1876. 44 : IE. 118. (C. 250a.5.12) ; — Information relative to captive Cheyenne, Arapahoe, Kiowa, and Co- 
manche Indians, Jan. 13, 1876. 44 : i 8. 15. (C. 253.2) ; — Communication from the commissioner respecting certain agents, 
Feb. 4, 1876. 4-t : i E. 128. (C. 250a.5.12) ; — Transfer of Indian affairs to the war department. Resolution of the legislature 
of Cal., Feb. 16, 1876. 44 : i H. M. 92. (C. 252.2.4) ; — Complicity of W. Ross in the Indian bounty frauds of J. W. Wright, 
Feb. 18, 1876. 44: IE. 132. (C. 250a.5.12) ; — Intoxicating liquors in the Indian territory, March 7, 1876. 44: i 8. 34. (C. 
253.2) ; —Report on transfer of Indian bureau, March 9, 1876. 44: iH. R. 354. (C. 253.6.2) ; — Claims on account of In- 
dian depredations, March 25, 1876. 44:i£. 147. (C. 250a.5.12) ; — Management of the Indian department. Testimony be- 
fore the committee, April 18, 1876. 44 : i H. M. 167. (C. 252.2.5) ; — Expenditures of the Indian bureau, 1832-75, May 3, 1876. 
44 : i S. 55. (C. 253.2) ; — Report on the expediency of transfer of Indian bureau to the war department. May 14, 1876. 44 : 
H. R. 240. (C. 253.6.1) ; — Increase of the army for contingencies that may arise in the Indian country, Aug. 11, 1876. 44: 
i 8. 90. (C. 253.2) ; — Liabilities of the U. S. to Indian tribes under treaty stipulations, Oct. 10, 1876. 44 : ii E. 2. 
(C. 269.1.6) ; — Sitting Bull Indian commission report, 8ept. 6, 1877. 45 : ii E. 1, pt. 5. (C. 269.1.6) ; — Indian hostilities. 
Annual report of gen. of the army, Nov. 7, 1877. 45 : ii E. 1, pt. 2. (C. 265.1.2) ; — Mem. of delegates of Choctaw and Chicka- 
saw nations, against the bill to enable Indians to become citizens, Dec. 10, 1877. 45 : ii S. M. 8. (C. 267.4.1) ; — Remonstrance 
of Seminole and Creek delegates against above bill, Jan. 14, 1878. 45 : ii S. M. 18. (C. 267.4.1) ; — Resolutions relative to 
establishing four Indian reservations, Jan. 18, 1878. 45 : ii 8. M. 16. (C. 267.4.1) ; — Cause and cost of the Nez Perces war, 

1877, Jan. 18, 1878. 45 : ii 8. 14. (C. 267.2.1) ; — Report of E. C. Watkins on the consolidation of Indian agencies, Jan. 24, 

1878. 45 : ii 8. 20. (C. 267.2.1) ; — Resol. of legislature of Cal. favoring the transfer of Indian bureau to the war dept., Feb. 
11, 1878. 45 : ii H. M. 19. (C. 266.2.1) ; — Memorial of delegates from Indian territory against such transfer, Feb. 15. 1878. 
45: iiH. M. 19. (C. 266.2.1) ;— Cost of the Sioux war, 1876-77, Feb. 21,1878. 45: iiS.33. (C. 267.2.1) ; — Transfer of Indian 
bureau to the war dept., Feb. 25, 1878. 45 : ii H. R. 241. (C. 266.1.1.) ; — Campaign in Dakota, third quarter of 1877, April 
15, 1878. 45: ii 8. 63. (C. 267.2.2) ; — Letter from the commissioner of Indian affairs, relative to removal of certain tribes. 
May 27, 1878. 45 : ii H. M. 57. (C. 266.2.6) ; — Memorial from the Indian territory against the bill to organize the territory 
of Oklahoma, June 12, 1878. 45 : ii 8. M. 82. (C. 267.4.2) ; — Liabilities of the U. 8. to Indian tribee, under treaty stipula- 
tions, Sept. 18, 1878. 45: iii H. E. 2, page 583; — Transfer of Indian bureau to war dept. Rep't of f«ur of the com- 
mittee, Jan. 31, 1879. 45 iii: H. R. 92;— Rep't of joint committee on the above, Jan. 31, 1879. 46: iii H. R. 93; — 
Testimony taken by the joint committee on the above, 1878. 46 : iii 8. M. 53 ; — Annual report of commissioner. (1860.) 
36:ii8. l; (1861) 37:iiE. 1; (1862) 37: iiiE.l(v.2); (1863)38: iE. l(v.3); (1864) 38 : ii E. 1 (v. 6) ; (1865) 39: i E. 1 (v. 2); 
(1866) 39 : ii E. 1 (v. 2) ; (1867) 40 : ii E. 1 (v. 3, pt. 2) ; (1868) 40 : iii E. 1 (v. 2) ; (1869) 41 : ii E. 1, pt. 3 (v. 3) ; (1870) 41, 
iii E. 1 (V. 4, pt. 1) ; (1871) 42: ii E. 1, pt. 5 (v. 3, pt. 1) ; (1872) 42: iii E. 1, pt. 5 (v. 3, pt. 1) ; (1873) 43: i E. 1, pt. 6 
(v. 4) ; (1874) 43 : ii E. 1, pt. 5 (v. 6) ; (1875) 44 : i E. i pt. 5 (v. 4, pt. 1) ; (1876) 44 : ii E. 1 (v. 4, pt. 1) ; (1877) 45 : 11 E. 1, 
pt. 5 (v. 8) . A duplicate set of these reports since 1869 is on C. 241.5. 



Mountain Eailroads. 



This list contains the titles of works recently received on mountain railroads operating on the centre ratchet rail 
system, first applied in the construction of the Mount Washington Railroad in 1866. References are also made to articles 
in periodicals on the same subject. 



Shelf. No. 
Abt, R. Die drel Rigibahnen. 15 Figuren-Tafeln. 

Zurich, 1877. 4« •4010.65 

COCCHE, C. Permanent way rolling stock and techni- 
cal working of railways. L., 1878. 4» . . . . *4011.68 

In vol. 2 , pp. 658-730 give a concise account of differ- 
ent systems of mountain railroads. 

Debaute, a. Manuel de I'ingenieur des ponts et 

chaussees. P., 1874. 8» •4013.62.5 

In vol. 5, pp. 156-162: Systemes a adb6rence sp^ciale. 

BXKER,W. ¥., and Others. Die Rlgi-Bahn. (Sys- 
tem Riggenbach-Niiff-Zschokke.) Wien, 1872. 
Folded plates. 8' 4014.80 

HABI.ACHER, A. R. WctU's Eisenbahnsystem zur 
Ueberwindung starker Steigungen. 1 lithog. 
Tafel. Zurich, 1871. 8» A.207.2 



Shdf. No. 

Hellwag, W. Die Bahnachse und das Langenprofll 
der Gotthardbahn. ZUrich, 1876. Plates. F». 

[Ordered] 

Mallet, A. £:tude sur lee chcmins de fer de mon- 
tagnes avec rail k cr6maill^re. P., 1872. 3 
folded pl. 8« 8012.62 

Taluchet, £. Les chemins de fer suisses et les 

passages des Alpcs. Lausanne, 1870. 8* . . . 8010.13 

TOBLER, J. Die Uetlibergbahn (bei Ziirich) mit 
Steigungen bis auf 70 per mille und Bergbahn- 
locomotlven mit cinfacfacr Adbtision. Chromo- 
lith. Zurich, 1876. 4« [Ordered] 

ZsCBOKKE, O. Die AnwenduDg des Zabnschiencn- 
Systems auf die G-otthardbabn. Aarau, 1877. 
Folded maps. 4» •4010.68 



Review Articles. 

Annates des ponts et chaussees. — Chatoney : Chemin de fer da St. Gothard. 6a s^r., v. 13, p. 40 ; Fell : Chemin 
de fer k rail central. 5e ser., v. 1, p. 367 ; Picard : Des chemins de fer de montagne. 5a ser., v. 9, p. 221. [3346.1.] 

Annates du g^nie civit. ~ Chemin de fer de montagne & voie etroite. 1873, p. 61; Cbemin de fer du montWaabing- 
ton. 1868, p. 747; Cbemin de fer provisoire du mont Cenis. 1865, p. 764; Locomotive de montagne pour fortes rampes et 
courbes & peUt rayon. 1868, p. 175. [8021.51.] 

Artizan, The. — St. Gothard railway. 1871, p. 247. [•7002.1.] 

Chambers' journal. — Three wonderful railways. [The Brenner line, the Semmering, and the Rigi.] April, 1877, 
p. 240. [6333.1.] 

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1879. PORTRAITS, ETC. 

Civil engineer. — Railway over the Mont Ccnis. 1865, p. 234. [8022.2.] 

Civilingetiietir. — Die Eiscnbahn iiber den Mont Cenis. 1865, p. 363; Eisenbahn zwischen Saint Michel mid Sufa. 
1867, p. 129. [8022.4.] 

Dingier, Polytechnisches Journal. — Eisenbahn iiber den Mont Cenis. v. 177, p. 432; G. Fum^e: Bergeisenbahn in 
Sanaud. v. 216, p. 20 ; C. Muller : Riggenbach's Locomotiv fur Gebirgseisenbahn. v. 228. p. 87. [5927.1.] 

Engineer. — ^oni Cenis railway. Vol. 24, 25, 26, 27, 30; Working of mountain railways, v. 25, pp. 66, 84, 309. [7961.2.] 
Engineering. — J. B. Fell : On the application of the central rail system to a railway in Brazil, v. 10, p. 221 ; Kahlco- 
berg rack railway, v. 23, p. 165 ; Rigi railway, v. 11, p. 315; Swiss Alpine, St. Gothard. v. 7, p. 316. [7971.2.] ■ 

Harper's New monthly magazine. — A. H. Guernsey : Mount Cenis railway and tunnel, v. 43, p. 161. [5220a.l2.] 
London inst. of civil engineers. Proceedings. — TS.. Abt: On rack railways for steep gradients, v. 52, p. 318; B. 
Lebret: Rack railways at Wasseralfingen, Wurtemberg. v. 53, p. 336; Moschell: The Uetli mountain railway, v. 49, 
p. 307; G. Pacho: St. Gothard railway, v. 48, p. 307. [4028.50.] 

Polytechnisches Centralblatt. — Die Alpeneisenbahuen : Lukmanier, Gotthard, Splligen. 1861, p. 707 ; Die Eisenbahn 
iiber den Mont Cenis. 1866, p. 351; R. Scherzer : Der Rigibahn. 1870, p. 1327; K. 'Wctli : Grundziige dnes ncuen Loco- 
motivsyBtem fur Gebirgsbahnon. 1869, p. 98. Willy : Ueber Gebirgseisenbnhncn. 1862, p. 419. [*7960.5.] 

Practical mechanic' s journal. — The Wetli system of locomotion for steep inclines. 3d ser., v. 5, p. 265. [*4022.1.] 
Revue universelle des mines. — Winkler : Chcmins de fer de montagnes. v. 28, p. 432. [*5860a.50.] 
Technologiste. — Chemin de fer de montagne, gravissant le Kahlenberg. v. 38, p. 140; Chemin de fer de Ronen k 
Bon-Becours. v. 36, p. 382; Sur les locomotives du Scmmering. v. 16, p. 266. [8022.51.] 

Van Jfbstrand's Eclectic eng. mag. — J. G. Hall: Locomotives for ascending steep inclines, v. 11. p. 310, 401; 
Mount Cenis. v. 5, p. 550; Mountain locomotives. [Scmmering, Brenner, and Poretta lines.] v. 2, p.597; Mountain rail- 
way in Hungary, v. 3, p. 162; Same: v. 16, p. 475; Mountain railways, v. 7, p. 407; The Rigi railway, v. 5, p. 313. 
[5945.50.] 



Portraits. 

The Public Library contains, scattered through many volumes, a large collection of portraits. Of these, as a whole, no 
index has yet been made, but a catalogue of important portraits in books recently added has been begun, and may be 
consulted upon application. The Spanish catalogue, to appear shortly, will contain a list of engravings of persons identified 
with the history of Spain. Many miscellaneous portraits belonging to the Barton library are already indexed. Of the 
valuable collection given by Miss Thayer, a list is about half finished. A catalogue of the portraits in the Tosti collection is 
included in the Tosti card catalogue at the north end of Bates Hall. It is intended ultimately to consolidate the catalogue 
of portraits in the general library with those of the special collections. 



Bulletins and Eeports Wanted. 

The Public Library has but few copies of the first thirty numbers of the Bulletin, of the Yearly Reports for 1862-70, 
and 1876, and of the early numbers of the Superintendent's Monthly Report. Contributions of any of these will thankfully be 
received. 



Memorials of Bostoni 

The Public Library should contain every memorial, whether book, patnphlet, map, broadside, print, photograph, or tho 
like, which is procurable, and which in any way illustrates the history or topography of the City of Boston Books printed 
in Boston at an eariy date are very desirable acquisitions ; and it is hoped that friends of U.e Library wiU aasist in making the 
collection complete. 



Exchange of Pamphlets. 

There are among the duplicates in the Library many thousand pamphlets. The following method of exchange with 
other libraries has proved satisfactory :-in return for pamphlets published in any particular state or BCCUon Of the country 
the Library will send an equal number issued in MassachusettB or New England. 

71 



IMPORTANT W^ORKS 



April, 1879. 



Important Works in tMs Bulletin. 



This list includes some of the especially important works added to the Library during the past three months, fuller 
titles and shelf-numbers of which are to be found in the body of this Bulletin. 



ART (INCLUDING II-I.CSTRATED WORKS). 

BcRNELL, A. C. South-Indian palaeography. 
BcTSCH, A. F. Die Bucher-Omamentik. 
Chefs-d'ceuvre, Les, d'art a I'Eiposltion universelle. 
Ct^MENT, F. Histoire abregee des beaux arts. 
CORPVS inscriptionvm Atticarvm. 
Dantier, a. Les fenunes dans la societe chreticnne. 
DOUEN, O. Clement Marot et le psautier huguenot. 
Lacroix, p. Sciences & lettres au moyen age. 
LetarouilLiT, p. M. Le Vatican. 
Lindsay, Sir D. Fac-simile of an ancient heraldic MS. 
LouBAT, J. F. The medallic history of the United States. 
Mus^E pour tous. 

Pattison, E. F. The renaissance of art in France. 
PiCART, B. Neueroffneter Musen-Tempel. 
RiCHTER, L. Richter-Album. Holzschnitten. 
RusKiN, J. Notes on drawings by Turner. 
Springer, A. Raffael and Michelangelo. 
Stevenson, R. L. Edinburgh. Picturesque notes. 
Strange, Sir R. Works. Fifty autotypes. 
ViOLLET-iiE-Duc, E. E. Histoire d'un hotel do ville. 

GEOGRAPHY AND TRAVEL. 

Blunt, Lady. Bedouin tribes of the Euphrates. 
Burton, R. F. The land of Midian (revisited). 
Geary, G. Through Asiatic Turkey. 
Hooker, Sir J- D. Marocco and the great Atlas. 
Inglis, J. Sport and work on the Nepaul frontier. 
Ejdder, D. P. Brazil. 
LOEHER, F. von. Cypem. 

MacGregor, C. M. Khorassan and Afghanistan. 
Markham, C. R., ed. The Hawkins' voyages. 
Prejevalsky, N. From Kulja across the Tian Shan. 
Thomson, J. Through Cyprus with tlie camera. 
Ulfalvy de Mezo-Kovesd, C. E. de. Le Kohistan. 
United States. Geological and geographical atlas of Colo- 
rado. 
Waterton, C. Wanderings in South America. 

HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY. 

Baines, T. Yorkshire, past and present. 

Bernis, Cardinal de. M^moires et lettres. , 

BOYESEN, H. H. Goethe and Schiller. 

Broglie, J. V. A., due de. Le secret du rol. 

BuscH, M. Bismarck in the Franco-German war. 

Church, R. W. Dante. 

Demolins, E. Histoire de France. 

DiETERiCH, C. Kant und Rousseau. 

DuBAiL, A. Y. E. Precis d'histoire milit.aire. 

Gallenga, a. The Pope and the King. 

Hamerton, P. G. Life of J. M. W. Turner. 

Hare, A. J. C. The life and letters of Baroness Bunscn. 

Harleian society. Publications. Registers. 

HoLST, H. von. Von der Administration Jackson's. 

Kingsley, C. Letters and memories of his life. 

Le Goff, F. The life of L. A. Thiers. 

LoMfeNiE, L. L. de. Les Mirabeau. 

Low, C. R. The Afghan war, 1838-42. 

MuNK, W. The roll of the Royal college of physicians. 

NOLTE, F. Histoire des fitats-Unis d'Amerlque. 

OuvAROFF, A., Graf. Les peuples de la Russie. 

Rahbaud, a. History of Russia to 1877. 



RosELLY DE LoRGUES, A. F. F., comte. Christophe Colomb. 
Seeley, J. R. Life and times of Stein. 
Simon, J. (F. S.) S. The government of Thiers. 
Smyth, R. B. The aborigines of Victoria. 
Standard history of Essex county, Mass. 
Stoughton, J. Religion in England under the Georges. 
Taillandier, R. G. E. Le roi Leopold et lareine Victoria. 
TiELE, C. P. Geschiedenis van de egyptische Godsdiensten. 
Wilkinson, Sir J. G. The ancient Egyptians. 

LAW, MEDICINE, AND THEOLOGY. 

Abbey, C. J. English church in the 18th century. 
Bluntschli, J. C. Lehre vom moderuen Stat. 
— Staatsworterbuch. 

BULLINGER, E. W. Lexicon to New Testament. 
Dhammapada. Texts from the Buddhist canon. 
Drone, E. 8. Property in intellectual productions. 
Fouill£e, a. L'id^e moderne du droit. 
Hearn, W. E. The Aryan household. 
Index librorum prohibitorum. 1876. 
MiCBOT, J. Origines du notarial. 
Mueller, (F.) M. The religion of India. 
StE, G. Maladies du coeur. 
Semicbon, £. Le paix et la trive de Dieu. 
Shipley, O. Principles of the faith in relation to sin. 
Tardieu, a. ]foude m^dico-legale sur les maladies pro- 
duites accidentellement. 

science. 
Bain, A. Education as a science. 
Clark, D. K., ed. Fuel. 

FOUCAULT, L. Recueil des travaux scientifiqnes. 
Grisebach, a. H. R. Die Vegetation der Erde. 
Haeckel, E. The evolution of man. 
Ornithological miscellany. 
Reid, J. D. The telegraph in America. 
Richardson, B. W. Dialogues on drink. 
Tryon, G. VV. Manual of conchology. 

MISCELLASEOnB. 

Annales arcbeologiques. 
Akchivio storico italiano. ' 

AucAssiN et Kicolette. Chantefable da 12e siftcle. 
Bagehot, W. Literary studies. 
Camoens, L. de. Camoens et les Lusiades. 
Cochrane, A. B. The Theatre fran9aiB. 
Conway, M. D. Demonology and devil-lore. 
Courtney, W. L. The metaphysics of J. S. Mill. 
FOY, A. Principes de I'econoraie politique. 
Gladstone, W. E. Gleanings of past years. 
Knies, C. Geld und Credit. 
LEFfevRE, A. La philosophie. 
MiscELLANEAE observationes In auctorcs. 
Modena. Societd. italiana delle acUnze. Memorie. 61 v. 
MORLEY, H., ed. English plays. 
Opuscoli religiosi, littcrnrj, e niorali. 40 v. 
Pettigrew, T. J., compiler. Bibliotheca Sussexiana. 
RiTSON, J., compiler. Ancient songs and ballads. 
Satyre menippee de la vertu du calholicon d'Espagnc. 
Society des antiquaircs de France. 

Sotheby, S. L., ed. The typography of the fifteenth cen- 
tury. 



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James L. Whitney, Principal Assistant Librarian. 



James M. Hubbard, Assistant Librarian. 
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Jos6 F. C arret, Curator of Patents and En- 

gravings, and Registrar. 
Arthur M. Knapp, Curator of Periodicals and 

Pamphlets. 



Edward Tiffany, Inspector of Circulation. 
Charles A. Wilson, Clerk for the Branch 

Libraries. 
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Shelves. 
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LIBRARIANS OF DEPARTMENTS. 



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Mary E. Brock, Brighton. 
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Sarah C. Godbold, East Boston. 
Eliza R. Davis, Jamaica Plain. 
Sarah Bunker, Roxbury. 
Alice J. Bragdon, South Boston. 
Milton Austin, South End. 



Mary A. Hill, Custodian, Lower Mills. 



Samuel G. Bowthorpe, Custodian, Roslindale. 



Ticknor Catalogue. 

A Catalogue of the Spanish library and of 
the Portuguese books bequeathed by George 
Ticknor to the Boston Public Library, together 
with the collection of Spanish and Portuguese 
literature in the general Library, has just been 
published. 

This work contains bibliographical and literary 
notes. For sale at five dollars. 



The Annual Report of the Library is now 
ready for distribution. 



A new edition of the Hand-book for Readers 
has just been published. 

Large additions have recently been made to 
the Charlestown Branch Library by purchases 
from the income of the Harris fund. The list 
of these additions is not contained in this Bulle- 
tin, but is reserved for publication in the new 
edition of the Catalogue of this Branch Library, 
whiqh is now in preparation. 

New Catalogues of the Branch Libraries at 
East Boston and South Boston have recently 
been published. 



INFORMATION FOR READERS. 



Number of Volumes and Hours. 

All departments are open every secular day, 
except the five legal holidays, — February 22, 
Fast Day, July 4, Thanksgiving and Christ- 
mas, — and such other days as the Trustees may 
direct. 





Hours. 


Vols. 


Periodicals 




C 9 to6 
J Winter; 




in R. R. 


Bates Hall 


214.338 


(Duplicates 


Newspaper Room . . . 


1 9 to 7 


3,280 


excluded.) 


Duplicate Room . . . 


1. Slimmer. 


14.7S3 




Lower Hall 


9 to 9* 


36,437 


3S9« 


Brighton Branch . . . 


9 to Stt 


12.756 


19 


Charlestown Branch . 


9to8t 


19.903 


64 


Dorchester Branch . . 


QtoSf 


9.4' 7 


36 


East Boston Branch . 


9to8t 


10,447 


34 


Jamaica Plain Branch . 
Lower Mills Delivery . 


9 to 8 t§ 


7.392 


17 


4 to 7.30** 






Roslindale Delivery . . 


j 3 to 6tt 
\ 7 to 8tt 
9 to 9 






Roxbury Branch . . . 


I6.S4S 


75 


South Boston Branch . 


9 to 9 


9.39S 


52 


South End Branch . . 


9 to St 


9.290 




Totals 


363,983 


656 



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i Closed 12 m. to 2l'.M. 
§ Reading Room 9 to 9. 
»* Closed from 6 to 6.30. 



ft Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur- 
davs. 

oDelivercd to readers also on Sun- 
days. 



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Bulletins. 

New Books as soon as received are entered on 
the Bulletin Boards of each Library. The Bul- 
letin Board for Bates Hall shows books added 
to the Central Library, and before titles appear 
on the Board the new books are displayed (with 
the shelf-number attached) in a glass case at the 
desk. The lists in the Lower Hall and at the 
Branches show only the books added to those 
departments. The Dorchester list is posted also 
at the Lower Mills Delivery, and the Jamaica 
Plain list at the Roslindale Delivery. The 
Bulletins are for sale (excepting those out of- 
print) at five cents each. Books with numbers 
below 2IIO are in the Lower Hall ; with 2110 and 
above, in the Bates Hall. Those with Brl., 
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prefixed to the number are respectively in the 
Brighton, Charlestown, Dorchester, East Bos- 
ton, Jamaica Plain, Roxbury, South Boston, or 
South End Branch. 

Bates Hall of the Central Library. 

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

II. The Supplement of i866. (Includes the 
Parker Library.) For sale in sheets at $2.00. 

III. The Catalogue of the Prince Li- 
brary. For sale at $1.00. 

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

V. Public Card Catalogue. This con- 
tains, with some exceptions, the titles of all the 
books now in the Central Library. 

VI. The Official Card Catalogue, which 
can be consulted, in cases of need, upon applica- 
tion, contains the titles of all books added to the 
Bates Hall since' the publication of the Supple- 
ment in 1866, and includes some titles of books 
received between 1866 and 187 1, which are not 
in the Public Card Catalogue. 



Engravings. . 

There is a separate catalogue of the Tosti En- 
gravings in drawers properly labelled at the 
north end of the Public Card Catalogue case in 
Bates Hall. 

Lower Hall of the Central Library. 

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

II. Arts, Sciences, and Professions, zd 
edition., September, 1871. 10 cents. 

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

IV. Books in Foreign Languages. 2d 
edition, January, 1876. 10 cents. 

V. Poetry, Drama, Collections, and 
Miscellanies. ist edition, August, 1870. 
20 cents. 

VI. Manuscript (Catalogues. Names of 
authors and titles of books added to the Lower 
Hall since the printing of the above lists will be 
found in folio catalogues on application at the 
Receiving Desk. 

Branches. 

Catalogues are for sale: — Brighton, 2^ cents, 
for the main Catalogue (including first Supple- 
ment), and 5 cents for each of the two subsequent 
Supplements ; Charlestown, 2^ cents each, parts 
I and 2 ; Dorchester, 10 cents; and 10 cents 
for the Supplemental list; East Boston, 2§ 
cents; Jamaica Plain, /j cents; Roxbury, 30 cents, 
South Boston, ^j cents; and South End (New 
Books), J cents. 

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

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

Prices of Catalogues to Non-Residents 

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

Bates Hall. — I. .Prince Catalogue, Si-7J- 
(Other Bates Hall Catalogues not to be had.) 

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

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

IV. Fiction and Juveniles. 75 cents. 

V. Poetry, Drama, and Miscellanies. $1.00. 

VI. Foreign Books. 7j cents. 

Bulletins, — VII. Qiiarterly issues, each, jo 
cents. 

The Bulletins must be applied for as issued, 
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year, as subscriptions cannot be received. 

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

Central Periodical Reading Room. 

A list of periodicals currently received (more 
than 800 in number, of which about one-half 
are kept in the Reading Room) is for sale at s 
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For further particulars see "Handbook for Readers," distributed gratis. 



LIST OF THE NEW AND MORE IMPORTANT BOOKS 
PLACED i:n^ the libraey 

DUEINa APKIL, MAY, AND JUNE, 1879. 



ABBREVIATIONS, ETC. 



Shelf-numbers 2110 and upwards indicate books in Bates Hall. 

Shelf-numbers below 2110 indicate bool£8 in the Lower Hall. 

Brl.y Brighton Branch. 

Chii., Charlestown Branch. 

]>or., Dorchester Branch. 

E. B., East Boston Branch. 

J> P.; Jamaica Plain Branch. 

Rox., Roxbury Branch. 

S. B., South Boston Branch. 

S. E., South End Branch. 

N.R., Newspaper Koom. 

R.R., ReadWig Room. 

C.R., Catalogue Room. 

M.S., Map Stand. 

B., Boston. 



L., 

Lpz. 

P.. 

n.p., 

Cop. 

[J 



( ) 



* * 



London. 

Leipzig. 

Pans. n. d., no date of publication given. 

No place of publication given. 

Copyrighted. 

Enclose corrections or cxpianation^. 

Stands for the preceding heading. 

Stands for a subordinate heading. 

Enclose names not usually retjiined. 

Permission of one of the officers required to take the 

bool£ out. Jii'ot attached to Lower Hall copies of the- 

same book. 
Booli cannot leave the Library. 
Permission of Trustees required to take the book out. 



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



BATES HALL. 



Shelf. No. 

ACADEMTA espanola, Madrid. Catdlogo de los es- 
critores que pueden servir de autoridad en el 
uso do los vocablos y de las frases de la lengua 
castellaua. Madrid, 1874. 8" *6164.35 

Adams, W. H. D. The secret of success; or, how 

to get on in the world. N. Y., 1879. 16» . . . 3688.53 

Adency, W. F. The Hebrew Utopia. A study of 

Messianic prophecy. L., 1879. 8m. S" . . . . 3426.81 

AdjA 1b al-Hind. Les merveilles de I'Inde. Ou- 
vrage inedit du 10« sifecle, trad, par L. M. Devic. 
P., 1878. 16» 3029a.55 

uEsCHYLUS. Agamemnon. Tr. by the earl of Car- 
narvon. L., 1879. Sm. 80 2979.63 

Agakdh, J. G. Species, genera et ordlnes algarum. 

Lundae fete], 1848-76. 3 v. in 4. 8» 3846.70 

AIjAUX, J. fi. De la metaphysique consideree comme 

science. P., 1879. 8» 5601.60 

Alcantara, M. L. Historia de Granada, compren- 
diendo la de sus cuatro provincias Almeria, 
Jaen, Granada y Malaga. Con apuntes biogra- 
iicos del autor, por J. Zorrilla. P., 1852. Portr. 
2v. 8» **D.130a.38 

AliDEN, J. Thoughts on the religious life. Introd., 

by W. C. Bryant. N. Y., 1879. 8q. 16» . . . 3440a.68 

The appendix contains an article on tlie rcliK'ous . 
cliaracter of Bryant. 

Aldhouse, F. S. Selections from Latin poetry for 
repetition in classical schools. Dublin, 1878. 
18° 2969a.57 

A]:j)RICH, T. B. Maijorie Daw, Prudence Palfrey, 
Mademoiselle Olympe Zabriski, Le palraier- 
dattes du pere Antoine, Tout k fiit. [Tr. by 
Th. Bentzon, pseud, of Thtrfese Blanc] P., 
1875. 180 2408.86 

Alexander, W. Picturesque representations of the 
"Sress and manners of the Chinese. 50 col- 
oured engr. with descriptions. L., 1814. 4" . *3014.13 

Alipr Cheem, pseud. See Yeldham, W. 

Allen, G. The colour sense. An essay in compar- 
ative psychology. L., 1879. S* 6603.66 

Almanaque de Espana, 1879. Madrid, 1878. Bm. 

8" ♦♦D.119.4 



American antiquarian society, Worcester, Mass. 
Antiquarian papers. Worcester, 1879. Portr. 
8» •2310a.flO 

Conttnta. — Memorial of Oov. J. Endlcott ; Reception 
of Gov. J. Winthrop at Salem, lfi»; Pretcntation of 
portrait of S. Salisbury; Removal of the tomb of I. 
Thomai. 

From Proceedings, Oct, 1873 and 1878. 

American architect and building news. Vol. 4. B., 

1878. F" •eew.i 

Ammon. F. a. von. Kiinische Darstellungen der 

Krankheiten des menschllchen Augcs. Ber- 
lin, 1838-41. lilus. 3 V. in 1. F« •5800.18 

Ancona, E. Historia de YucaUn. M<5rida, 1878. 

Portr. 8* •2812.67 

Andr£, tl. L'art dcs Jardins. Planches, et flgnroa 

dans le teste. P., 1879. 4» 8991.68 

Annalen der Physik und Chemle. . [B. 289-241.] 

Neue Foige. B. 3-5. Lpz. [1878.] 8 t. 

8» •8M9.1 

Annalen dcs deutschcn lieichs, 1877. Lp«., 1878. 

80 •6842.1 

ANNALE8 d'hygidne publlque ct do midecino legale. 

2e ser., t. 49, 50. P., 1878. 2 v. S" •8726.1 

ANNALE8 mddico-psychoioglques. 6e sir., t. 19, 20. 

P., 1878. 2 v. 8» •67W.1 

ANNEDEBEAL-jEU,r?(^<n<o//Vano<'. Knsclgncmenta 

k sa lille, Susannc de Bourbon. Pub. par A. M. 

Chazoud. Mouliiis, 1878. Plates. 8* . . . . 4041.67 
Ann£e, L', politique. 1874-78. lrc-6e ann^e. P., 

1875-79. 6 v. 12* •2219».6l 

Anncaire de I'arch^ologue n-an;ai8. 8e annie, 1879. 

P. [1879.] IlluH. 18* •4«39».68 

Annuaire de la librairie, 1878. P., 1878. 18» ... rMlS.l 
Annuaire de la noblesse de Franco et dc» malton* 

Bouvernlnes de i'Europc. 33e, 34o annde. P., 

1877,78. IlluB. 2v. 18* •4630.14 

Annuaire dcs mines et de la m6ullurgle franfaiset. 

8e-4e annecs, 1878-79. P. [1879.] 8» . . . . •3868.61 
Annuaire du club alpln fran^ais. 4e ann^e. 1877. 

P., 1878. Illu». Maps. 8« •2866.63 



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BATES HALL 



July. 



Shelf. No. 

Antonio dt Forciglioni, St., archbishop of Flor- 
ence. Cofessionale domini AntODini archiepis- 
copi Floretinl. [ColovTion: — in im^ali opido 
Hagenau p industrin Henricu Bran in ibi in- 
cola : Impensis sumptibusq} circuspectl viri 
Joannis knoblouch inclyte vrbis Argen. ciuis 
impressa finit feliciter. Anno tginei partus. 
1508. xiij die mensis Julij.] Illuminated let- 
ters. Blacfc Itttrr. 8m. 4» No. 3 in **5468.54 

AppiiETON's general guide to the United States and 
Canada. Railway maps, plans, and lllus. K. 
Y., 1879. 12» *2389.63 

Apponti, Flora H. The libraries of California. San 

Francisco, 1878. 8» *2201.24 

Ahgentine republic. Oflcina tneteorologica. An- 
ales de la Oficina meteorol6gica argeutina, por 
8u director B. A. Gould. T. 1. Buenos Aires, 

1878. Map. Plates. "4» •3960.14 

Conunu. — Vol. 1. Clima de Buenoi Aires. 

Ariosto, L. Orlando Atrioso. Pisa, 1809. Portr. 

6 V. 4», 1. p *4770.10 

— Roland fnrleux. Tr. par A. J. Du Pays. lllus. 

par G. Dore. P., 1879. F» •,*2770.!)0 

Arh^e, L', fran^aise en 1879. Par un officier en re- 

traite. 2e 6d. P. [1879.] 18* 2658.62 

Arndt, E. M. Life ana adventures. Comp. from 

the German. L., 1879. Portr. 8m. S" . . . 2848.71 
Arnold, M. Mixed essays. L., 1879. 8m. 8» . . . 2556.56 
Art journal. The. New ser. Vol. 17. L., 1878. 4» . ♦7260.2 

— -Same. New ser. Vol. 4. N. Y., 1878. 4» . . . •7400.50 
Art, L', pour tons. 16e, 17e ann^e. P., 1877, 78. 

2v. 8« *73«0.3 

AsHTON, P. Ashton's memorial. A history of the 
strange adventures and signal deliverances of 
P. Ashton, who, after he had made his escape 
from the pirates, liv'd alone on a desolate 
island for about sixteen months. With a short 
account of N. Merritt. Added a sermon on 
Dan. 3 : 17. [Ed.] By J. Barnard. B., 1726. 8». 

•♦H.95.8 
" It ii preiumed that not more than three copies of 
this inteiestiDg work remain in existence."— Aldkm. 
CM. 0/ epitaph*. 

Abklento, The, or contract for allowing to the sub- 
jects of Great Britain the liberty of importing 
negroes into the Spanish America. Sign'd by 
the Catholick king at Madrid, the 26th day of 
March, 1713. [Spanish and Englith.'] L., 
1713. 8m. 4» *5577.76 

Ajmociazione tipografico-libreria italiana, Milan. 
Oatalogo collettiTO della libreria italiana. 1878. 
Milano. [1878.] L. 8» •6160.8 

Booksellers' catalogues, alphabetically arranged with 
an index. At the end is inserted a pamphlet containing 
specimens of printing by Baccigaluppi & co., Milan. 

Atkinson, W. B. Hints on the obstetric procedure. 

Phila., 1879. 120 *3778.58 

— The physicians and surgeons of the United States. 

Phila., 1878. Portrs. 8o •3734.63 

AZHAR Cardona p. Expvlsion ivstificada de los 
moriscos espafioles, y suma de las excellenciaa 
Christianas de nuestro rey Don Felipe el Ca- 
tholico teroero deste nomore. Huesca, 1012. 
2 parts in 1 V. Bm. 8» •♦D.128.4 

First edition. 

In the dedication this book is generally attributed to 
Fedro Aznar Cardona. He states that his share in the 
work was Tary small, as it was written by his uncle, 
Qer6nirao Asnar, who was induced by him to undertake 
it, and to dictate it to Fedro. The latter assumed the 
labor of writing it out 

Babcock, H. 8. Trifles. [Poems.] Providence, 

1879. 12» .2396.76 

Bacon, F., vi*count St. Alban*. Essays. Text only, 

with index. By E. A. Abbott. L., 1879. Sm. 

120 2569a.77 

Bacon, N. An historical discourse of the uniformity 
of the government of England. The first part. 
From the first times till the reigne of Edward 
the third. L., 1647. Engr. t. p. Sm.4<> . . . *6517.10 

" I also recommend Bacon's Historical and political 
obserrations ; it is without ezce|ition, thelest and most 
instructiTe book we hare on matters of that kind." 
~W. Pitt, Earl of Chatham, (» hit Ktph*vi. 



Shelf. No. 
Baxlet, W. The angler's instructor. Modes of 

angling in English rivers. 3d ed. L. [1878.] 

Dlus. Sm. 8" 4006.83 

Bailey, W. E. Modem rhymes. Phila., 1879. 16« . 2408.81 
Baker, V. War in Bulgaria : a narrative of personal 

experiences. Plansandmaps. L.,1879. 2 v. 8* .3083.64 
Ball, R. S. Mechanics. L., 1879. Sm. 8« . . . : . 3948.68 
Baqceiro, 6. Ensayo historico sobre las revoln- 

ciones de Yucatan, desde 1840 hasta 1864. 

Merida, 1871, 73. 2 v. 8» 4314.66 

Bardi, L. L'imperiale e reale galleria Pitti. Illus- 

trata per cura di L. Bardi. Firenze, 1837-42. 

Portr. 4 v. 500 plates. F» »**4060.8 

— Galerie du palais Pitti. Gravee sur cuivre par les 

meilleurs artistes italiens et illustree par une 
Bociete de gens de lettres. Florence, 1842, 45. 
Portr. 500 plates. 4 v. F" ••6070a.50 

The text of the French edition is translated &om that 
of the Italian. The plates seem to have been retouched 
and some of the portraits have been supplied with 
backgrounds, etc., before the French edition was struck 
off. The arrangement of the plates is substantially 
identical in the corresponding volumes. The few diflier- 
ences have been noted on the margins in the Italian 
edition. This latter has been mutilated, and has lost two 
plates from vol. 2, and five &om vol. 3. 

|The French edition is on paper 21 X \\\ inches; th« 
Italian on paper 17X X 13^ inches. 

Babr, W. M. a practical treatise on the combustion 

of coal. Indianapolis, 1879. 8* 3974.02 

Bartlett, 8. C. From Egypt to Palestine through 
SinsJ. Observations of a journey made with 
special reference to the history of the Israel- 
ites. Maps. lllus. N. Y.,1879. 8* . . . .6046.72 

Batissier, L. £l^ment8 d'arch^logle nationale. 
Pr6c6d6 d'une histoire de I'art monumental 
Chez les anciens. P., 1843. lllus. 12* . . . •4637.12 

Bacdrillart, H. (J. L.) Histoire du luxe priv6 et 

public. Le luxe romain. T. 2. P., 1878. 8» . 2306.66 

Baxter, K. The EngUsh nonconformity, as under 
King Charles ii. and King James u. Truly 
suted and argued. L., 1689. Sm. 4* . . . . •75^.22 

Batonne, E. C. £tude sur J^rdme Savonarola. P., 

1879. 18» 2749.69 

Bean, T. W. Washington at Valley Forge 100 years 

ago. Norristown, Pa., 1876. Maps. 8» . . •2328.69 

Beecher, Eunice W. Letters from Florida. [Ap- 
pendix.] N. Y., 1879. 12* 2364.66 

B£l£:ze, G. L'histoire naturelle. Mise & la portee 

delajeunesse. 48e 6d. P. [1878.] lUus. 8* . 6829a.6 

Berxnger, a. di. Deir antica storia e giurisprn- 
denza forestale in Italia. Tavole. Venezia 
[etc.], 1859, 67. 2 v. 8» 3664.14 

— Baggio Btorico della legislazione Veneta forestale 

• dal secolo 7 al 19. Venezia. 1863. 8* .... 3844.62 

A part of " Dell' antiea storia e giurispmdeiua fo- 
restale in Italia." 

B&rznoier, T. La Nouvelle-Nursie. Histoire d'une 
colonic Benedictine dans I'Australie occiden- 
tale. (1846-78.) Gravures. Carte. P. [1879.] 
8* 6040.61 

Bernard, C. Lemons de physiologic op^ratoire. 116 

figures dans le texte. P., 1879. 8* 3764.06 

Includes an account of the methods and apparatus 
used by the author in his vivisection studies. 

Berthelot, S. Vitality das mers. P., 1878. 8* . . 3828.63 
BXBTr, A. Les grands architecte* franfais de la Re- 
naissance. P., 1860. 8° 4099.43 

Contents. — P. Lescot ; Ph.de I'Orma; J. Ooujon; J. 
Bullant ; Les Du Cerceau ; Les M6tezeau ; \ja Cham- 
biges. 

— La Renaissance monumentale en France. Speci- 

mens architectoniques empruntes aux edifices 
construits depuis le r^ne de Charles vin 
jusqu'a celui de Louis xiv. P., 1864. 2v.ini. 

Plates. 4« i . . ♦♦•0090.61 

Besbel, G. von. Chronicon Gotwicense, sou annale* 
monasterii Gotwicensis, ordinis 8. Benedict!. 
T. 1. Typis monasterii Tegemseensls, 1732. 
1 V. in 2. Vignettes. Plates. Folded maps. 
Facsimiles. L. 4* *a*T610.7 

According to Oberlin, Fr. Jos. Hahn is the tnw author 
of this introduction to the Chronicon itaelf, which MV«r 
appeared. 



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1879. 

Shelf. No. 

Bible. The epistle of Paul to the churches of G-ala- 
tia. With introd. and notes by J. Macgregor. 
Edinb., 1879. 8m. 8» 3418.69 

Biblical, things nol generally known. Ist ser. L., 

1879. 8m. 8» 3418.68 

BiDDLE, T. E. A treatise on the construction, rig- 
ging and handling of model yachts, ships and . 
steamers. L., 1879. Plates. 8' 3956.61 

BiGELOW, M. M. Placita Anglo-Normannica : law 
cases from William I. to Richard I., preserved 
in historical records. B., 1879. 8» 6616.21 

BiLDERDlJK, W. Dichtwerken. Haarlem, 1856-59. 

Portr. Folded plate. 15 v. 12o ♦2895.60 

For contents, see Public Card Catalogue. 

BiNNEY, A., and Steele, T). Compendio de teologia, 
conteniendo una sinopsis de las evidencias 
[etc.] del Cristianismo. Mexico, 1877. 8m. 
8» 6439.6T 

Birch, W. do G., and Jenner, H. Early drawings 
and illuminations. An introd. to the study of 
illustrated manuscripts : with a dictionary of 
subjects in the British museum. L., 1879. 
Illus. 8» *2112.41 

Blaikie, W. How to get strong and how to stay so. 

N. Y., 1879. 160 4008.39 

Blake, M. A history of Franklin, Mass.; with 
genealogical notices, and a report of Centennial 
celebration. Franklin, 1879. Illus. Portrs. 
8» *2354.62 

Blake, W. Works. Reproduced in fac-simile. [L.] 

1876. F», l.p ***6070.56 

Conttnt: — Songs of innocence, 1789; Of experience, 
1794; Book of Thel, 1789; Vision of the daughters of 
Albion, 1793; America, 1793; Europe, 1794; First book 
of TJrizen, 1794 ; Song of Los, 1794. 

100 copies printed. 

— Jerusalem : the emanation of the giant Albion. 

1804. Printed by W. Blake. [L., 1877.] 100 
plates. 4» **»6070.55 

Reproduced in photolithography by J.Pearson, from 
the ed. of 1804. 

Blanc, E. fipigraphie antique du d^partement des 
Alpes-marltimes. Nice, 1878. Folded plates. 
8» 4610a.29 

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BOLETIN de la librerfa, Ano 4, 5. Madrid, 1877, 78. 

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Comte J. Giraud, G. G. di Rossi, A, Nota, G. B. C. F. 

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COHNIL, V. (A.) Lejons sur la Byphibs, faites k 
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COHONADO Perry, Carolina. Espaiia y Napoleon 

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Cuvillier-Fleury, A. A. Posthuraes et revenants. 

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Dameto, J., and others. Historia general del reino 
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Dante Alighierl. L'Enfer, mis en vleui langnge 
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Davenport, G. E. Notes on Botrychium simplex, 

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Ballantyne, H. Midnight marches through Persia. 

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Baring-Gould, S. Sermons to children 1127.11 

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Bartlett, 8. C. From Egypt to Palestine through 
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Brenda, paeud. Victoria-Bess. The ups and downs 

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Bllwer-Lytton, E. (Q.S.) l,.,lord LyUon. The 

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BcRBANK. A. P., ed. A collection of humorous, dra- 
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BcRNETT, C. H. Hearing, and how to keep it . . . 1174.23 
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8. E. 1718.9 

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Burroughs, John. Locusts and wild honey .... 1825.28 
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Cameron, Jfr*. H. L. Deceivers ever. [Fiction.]. 94.18 

Cape, T. Brief sketches descriptive of Bridlington. 

Quay Rox. 234.3 

Cableton, W. Young folks' centennial rhymes. 

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V France and England S. B. 228.38 

Chaucer, G. Canterbury chimes; or, Chaucer tales 
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Church, Florence, formerly MIh% Marryat. Angu. 

A novel 96.13; BrI. 34.120; E. B. 809.74 

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Cicero, M. T. Orations. Tr. by C. D. Yonge. 4 v. 

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Corson, Juliet. Cooking school text-book; and 
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CouLSON, J. G. A. The ghost of Redbrook. A novel. 70.28 

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(JouRTLAND, Grace. {Gipsy.) A marked life; or, 

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Cheiohton, M. Half-hour history of England . . . 980.10 

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Crofutt, G. a. New overland tourist and Pacific 

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Crommelin, May. Orange Lily. A novel 70.31 

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J. P. 633.48; Rox. 721.28; 8. B. 211.95 

8. E. 1820.61 

Cunninoham, Mrs. B. S. For honor's sake .... 95.21 

Brl. 35.116 
Curtis, E. A. Needlework : scbednle exemplified 

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Curtis, G. W. Life, character and writings of 

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Ccsack, Mary F. {Religious name, Mary Frances 

Clare.) Illustrated historv of Ireland . . S. E. 634.11 
Cdseung, L. S. Manual of parliamentary practice. 

Revised by E. L. Cashing 1138.12 

Cushman, Charlotte 8. Letters and memoirs of her 

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Dana, J. D. The geological story briefly told. An 

Introduction to geology 1147.10 

Davenport, F. O. On a man-of-war 1638.8 

Days at Muirhead. [JuvenlleJ 05.38 

Dempster, C. Blue roses. [Fiction.] 05.34 

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Denibon, Mary A. Eringobraghl [Fiction.] . . . 94.20 

Dor. 317.21; E. B. 299.82 

— That husband of mine. [Annn.^ 83.27 

Dick, W. B., ed. Dick's recitations and readings. 

No. 8, 9 1896.6.8,9 

Dickens, C. Martin Chuzzlewit 8. E. 1821.5 

DOBELL, 8. T. Life and letters. 2 v Dor. 173.17 

DoDDS, Sarah J. V. Stories from early English 

literature 1404.8 

Donnelly, N. Self-defence ; or, the art of boxing . 1180.8 
Douglas, Lady Gertrude. Linked lives. [Fiction.] 

Dor. 204.7 
Drake, Sir F., and Dampier, W. A voyage round 

the world 8. E. 816.4 

DuDEVANT, Amantlne L. A. D. (Oeorge Sajid.) 

Consuelo. 3 v Dor. 287.18 

Ddff, M. E. G. Miscellanies, political and literary. 

Rox. 5823.8 
Dumas, A. (D.) The countess of Charny . . . Chn. 2165.7 

— The queen's necklace Chn. 215.i.6 

— . Twenty years after Chn. 2155.9 

Dunbar, E. E. The romance of the age; or, the 

discovery of gold in California Dor. 24.36 

Duncan, P. M. The 8ea.shoro. [Natural history 

rambles.] 1184.7 

Dunn, Sara. The heiress of the mount, [Fiction.]. . 90.4 



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DCRAND, Alice. {ITenry Oriville.) Bonne-Marie. A 

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Rox. 134.19; S. B. 270.15; S. B. 1827^12 

— Dournof. A KusBian story 95 3 

— Phllomdne's marriages. A novel J. i»i 835 19 

^ , , , Roi. 134.20 

— La pnncesse Ogherof. [Fiction.] l>or. 287 14 

Dyson, C. E. Bird-keeping Dor. 834.1 

Eden, O. H. Ula in veldt and laager. A tale of the 

Zulus 96 28 

Eliot, George, psetid. See Lewes, Marian E. 
Eliot, B., ed. Selections from American authors. 

A reading-book Roi. 1736.24 

Eluott, Sada B. The Felmeres. A novel 96.25 

Rox. 122.3 
Emerson, L. O. The church offering. A collection of 

anthems and chants Dor. 354.7 

ENcrcLOP.«DiA Britannica, The. 9th od. Vol. 1-8. 

8 V. • CHn. 713.1; Rox. *R.R., G.4.2 

Erckmann, E., and Chatrian, A. Hlstoire d'un 

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Euripides. Tales from Euripides. By V. K. Cooper. 96.3 
EVERV boy's annual. [1878.J S. R. 12.26 

Fashion and passion. A novel 96.20 

Feuillet, O. Monsieur de Camors S. E. 1826.23 

FiNLEY, Martha. Signing the contract. [Fiction.] 

8. £. 1824.8 
Fleming, May A. The heir of Charlton. A novel. 

Dor. 294.2; J. P. 635.20 
Forbes, R. B. Personal reminiscences . . . . S. E. 436.8 
FosDiCK, C. A. {Hurry CaMemon.) The boy trap- 
per J. p. 236.26 

— The mall carrier . . . 94.17; Brl. 41.133; Chu. 627.21 

Dor. 252.14 ; E. B. 29.107 ; Box. 1126.16 ; S. B. 118.33 
Foster, Hannah A. Hilda. A poem .... Rox. 1617.22 
FoTHERGiLL, Jessie. The first violin. A novel. 

E. B. 329.67 

Fox, Mary A. George Allen, the only son 1499.24 

Francis, Beata. Slyboots, and [8] other farmyard 

chronicles. [Juvenile.] 95.16 

Frazar, D. Practical boat-sailing 1186.10 

Freedley, E. T., ed. Home comforts 1181.7 

Freeman, E. A. General sketch of history . Rox. 628.17 
Friederike, Sophie W., margravine of Baireuth. 

Autobiography. With an essay by \V. D. 

Howells Dor. 178.19 

Frothingham, B. The centennial : battle of Bunker 

Hill Clm. 2715.16 

— A tribute to T. S. King . . . Dor. 177.38; S. B. 169,15 
Fkoude, J. A. Csesar. A sketch J. P. 1233.10 

Rox. 7342.4; S. B. 72.6 
Fullerton, Lady Georgiana C. (L. G.), and Ban- 
deau, (L. 8.) .T. The lilies of the valley; or, 
"I want it by such a day," by Lady G. Fuller- 
ton ; and The house of Penarvan, from the 
French of J. Bandeau, by Lady G. FuUertou . 94.8 

Galton, T. H. Gervase Sacheverlll 95.31 

Geikie, 0. The English reformation Box. 2114.2 

S. B. 297.9 

— The life and words of Christ '. .Rox. 7020 j 

German, The. How to give it. How to lead It. 

How to dance it. By two amateur lenders. S. B. 328.13 
Geyelin, G. K. Poultry breeding, in a commercial 

point of jiew J. P. 2021.11 

Gilbert, W. 8., and Sullivan, A. H. M. B. Pina- 
fore E. B. 161.11 

" Gipsy," psfud. See Courtland, Grace. 
Gladstone, W. E. Gleanings of past years, 1843- 

78. Vol. 3, 4 Rox. 1037.3 

Goddahd, Martha Le B., and Preston, Harriet W.-, 

compilers. Bea and shore. Poems. [Anon.] 

E. B. 226.5 

Godwin, Mary W. Letters to Imlay J. P. 1236.16 

Goldsmith, Christabel, pseud. See Smith, F. M. 
Goodwin, J. 8. A day in the Boston of the future. 

Dor. 283.4 
Gordon, Lucie A., lady Duff. Last letters from 

Egypt. Added letters from the Cape . J. P. 1435,22 
Gordon, 8. Anna. Camping in Colorado . . . S. K. 816.6 
Grant, Maria M. Sorry her lot who loves too well. 96.2 

E. B. .-)29.59 
Green, 8. G. French pictures drawn with pen and 

pencil S. E. 810.1 

Greenfield, W. S. Alcohol : its use and abuse. 

Rox. 1713.4 
GRfiviLLE, Henry, pseud. See Durand, A. 
Griffin, G. Tales of the Munster festivals. [2d ser.] 94.2^ 

Hale, Lucretia P., ed. Designs in outline for art- 
needlework. 2d ser 1180.9; J. P. 2437.29 



Shelf. No. 
Halsey, Calista. Two of us. [Fiction.] .... oe 24 
Hamerton, p. Q. The life of J. M. W. Turner. 
„ . , Dor. 874.1 ; Rox. 7326.6 

Hare, A. J. C. The life and letters of Frances, 

baroness Bunsen Brl. 64.20; Clin. 2626.12 

Dor. 176.21; J. P. ]2;)4 12 
„ S. B. 68.24; S.E. 436.9 

Hassall, a. H. Food: lt« adulterations, and the 

methods for their detection Dor. 334 2 

Habsaurek, F. The secret of the Andes : a romance. 

Hatters LEY, Mary E. Norstone; or, the rltla In the 

cloud. [Fiction.] 95 32 

Hawthorne, J. Garth. [Fiction.] S.E. 1821 2 

Hay, Klzvy^seud. See Andrews, Fanny. 

Hay, J. The county ballads and other pieces. 

Hazlitt, W. Belect British poets j. pT 1811 10 

Health lectures for the people Dor 334 5 

Heath. R. F. Titian CUn. 2617.11 ; Rox. 6214 9 

Hector, A. F. (Mrs. Alexander.) Maid, wife, or 

widow? 9617 

Chn. 2157.20; Dor. 893.17; E.'b. 329!58 
J. P. 414.5; Rox. 182.16; 8. B. 230.46 
„ „ , S. E. 1827.16 

Herbert, E, 1st baron Herbert of Cherbury. 

Autobiography Rox. 7326.4 

Hetty's boarder. [Fiction.] 97 4; Brl. 36 100 

Chn. 2166.3; J. P. 423.18 

Rox. 122.6 ; 8. B. 278.42 

Heyse, p. (J. L.) Im Paradiese. Roman. 3 v. . . 2011.9 

TT T X.. w T, "*• H- 2"0.i3 

Higinbotham, Josephine M. " Una and her pau- 
pers : " memorials of Agnes Elizabeth Jones, 

by her sister i>or. 174.33 

Hill, T. E. Hill's manual of aocial and business 

forma j. p. 2481.3 

Hillern, Wilhelmine von. The hour will come. A 

tale of an Alpine cloister 95.22; Dor. 409 20 

J. P. 814.35; Rox. 2315.3; S. B. 284!46 

His heart's desire. A novel E. B. 299.34 

Hoffmann, L. Modern magic usi 8 

Holmes, Mary J. 'Lena Rivers. [Fiction.]. . JT. P. 413.15 
Holmes, N. The authorship of Shakespeare . Rox. 6625.9 
Home circle. The : a collection of piano-fort« music. 

3 V Dor. 384.8 

Homer. The Iliads. Done according to the Greek 

by G. Chapman. 2 v Dor. 116.29 

— The Odysseys, tr. according to the Greek, by 

G. Chapman. 2 v Dor. 116J0 

— Stories from Homer. By A. J. Church . . J. P. 1514.7 
Hood, T., jr., and Broderip, Frances F. Excursions 

into puzzledom. A book of charades, acros- 
tics, enigmas, conundrums, etc 1184.0 

House, The, and its surroundings Rox. 1718.6 

Hugo, V. (M.), i>icom(«. Les miserable* 94.16 

Rox. 112.4 

Hunt, Mrs. A. W. Basildon. A novel 70.29 

Brl. 38.168; Chn. 201.'}.58; Dor. 32.1.47 

E. B. 311.84; J. P. 631.46; Rox. 721.26 

8. B. 211.93; 8. E. 1820.60 

In the brave days of old : or, the 8U)ry of the Spiuilsh 
armada. By Grandfather Gregory {p*eud.\. 

J. P. 1039.8 

Inoelow, Jean. A sister's bye-hours. [Seven shnrt 

stories.] Chn. A29.3 

— Stories told to a child Chn. 629.1 

Isaline, pteud. Jeannlo. [Fiction.] 9<S.lft 

Jacques, D. H. How to grow handsome 1173.7 

James, H., jr. Daisy .Miller. [Fiction.] ... K. B. 349.49 

— An international episode. [FictlonJ . . .Dor. 312.20 
Jemkin, F. Healthy houses . . . . 1174.26; Chn. 6328.20 

Dor. 99.60; Rox. 1519.10; 8. B. 860.8 

8. E. 928.5 

JOHNGH, E. R. Briefs by a barrister. Versos . Rox. 1017.24 

Johnson, Elizabeth \V. The studio nru .... 8. E. 918.1 

Johnson, Virginia W. Joseph the Jew. The story . 

of an old house Dor. 814.28 

— A sack of gold. A novel Dor. 314.39 

Johnson's new uniwrsal cyclopndla. 4 v. 

Rox. •R.R., 0.4.1 
Jones, T. R. The animal creation Dor. 384.8 

Karr, (J. B.) a. .\ tour round my garden . . Brl. 130.128 
Kavanaiioh, Mr*. R. Humorous dr.-<n)as for school 

exhibitions and private theatricals . . . J. P. 1816.17 
Keary, Annie. The nations around [Palestine]. 

Dor. 207.14 

— A York and a Lancaster rose. [Juvenile.] . E. B. 401. 17 
Eemble, Francas A. Records of a girlhood .... 1641.0 

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Shelf. No. 
Marshall, Emma, continued. 

— Helen's diary. [Fiction.] Rox. 124.19 

— A lily among thorns. [Fiction.] Rox. 124.23 

— Marjory. [Fiction.] Dor. 252.13 

— Millicent Legh. A tale Rox. 124.20 

— Mrs. Mainwaring's journal. [Fiction.]. . Rox. 114.21 

— Now-a-days; or, king's daughters. [Fiction.] 

Rox. 124.17 

— The old gateway. [Fiction.]. Rox. 124.21 

— Btellafont abbey. [Fiction.] . Rox. 124.24 

— Three little sisters. [Juvenile.] Rox. 1138.16 

— Violet Douglas ; or, the problems of life. 

[Fiction.] Rox. 124.18 

Martin, Mrs. H. " For a dream's sake." A novel. 

70.25; Brl. 38.167; Clin. 2013.65 ; Dor. 325.46 
E. H. 311.83; J. P. 631.45; Rox. 730.33 
S. B. 211.92; S. £. 1820.58 
Mas£, E. Art-needlework for decorative embroidery. 

Dor. 95.28 
Mason, E. T., ed. Bamuel Johnson : his words and 

his ways J. P. 12*4.11; S. B. 67.26 

Masque, A, of poets. [Poems.] J. P. 1817.5 

Massachusetts. State board of health. 10th 

annual report. 1879 Clm. 4422.1 

JE. B. 31.25; Rox. 1731.11; S. B. 206.1 
Mathers, Helen. " Land o* the leal." [Also, 

Stephen Hatton.] [Fiction.] . . . 94.9; Dor. 409.15 
Mat, Sophie, pseud. See Clarke, Rebecca, 8. ' 
Mayo, Isabella F. One New Year's night, and four 

other stories E. B. 309.72 

Meehan, T. The native flowers and ferns of the 

United States. Vol. 2 Rox. 6620.4 

Mellen, G. The martyr's triumph ; and other poems. 

CUn. 5626.12 

Melville, G. J. W. Black but comely .... §4.15; 95.18 

Dor. 409.18; J. P. 814.33; Rox. 2115.1 

S. B. 285.30 

— Riding recollectiona 1176.24; Dor. 78.27 

J. P. 824.1; Rox. 1618.23; S. B. 39.40 
S. E. 918.3 
Merriweather, HiignviB, pseud. See Talbot, C.R. 
Mill, J. S. Dissertations and discussions. 5 v. 

Chn. 5146.8 

MiTFOKD, Mary B. Our village Chn. 5328.24 

Dor. 312.25 ; J. P. 219.28 
Rox. 139.31 ; S. B. 350.7 

Modern minister, A. [Fittion.] Dor. 315.30 

Mollett, J. W. Rembrandt . Cbn. 2617.12; Rox. 6214.8 

Molly Bawn. [Fiction.] Bri. 34.119 

Monroe, L. B., ed. Public and parlor readings. 

Dialogues and dfamaa Dor. 115.9 

Montagu, Anne P. D. de Xoailles, marquise de. 

[Life.] 2071.18 

Mont£pin X. (A.) de. Deux amies de Saint-Denis. 

[FicUon.]^ 2070.2 

MOOBE, Clara J., compiler. {Mrs. H. O. Ward.) 

• Sensible etiquette of the best society . . J, P. 3435.15 
MoORE, Georgians M. Mary's holiday task. [Ju- 
venile.] 95.8 

MORLEY, Susan. Aileen Ferrers. A novel . . J. P. 621.11 

— Margaret Chetwynd J. P. 635.16 

— Throstlethwaite J. P. 435.29 

Morris, E. E. The age of Anne Dor. 67.28 

Morse, E. S. First book of zoiilogy Dor. 334.3 

Murray, E. C. G. {Trois Btoiles.) That artful 

vicar 70.23; 96.28 

Brl. 38.105; Cbn. 2013.52; Dor. 325.44; 409.23 

E. B. 311.81; J. P. 531.43; 824.5 

Rox. 730.31; 2315.7; S. B. 211.90; 280a.45 

S. E. 1820.56 

NiCHOL, J. English composition Rox. 1938.11 

NiEBUHB, B. Q. Greek hero-stories 2081.1 

NORDHOFF, C. California : for health, pleasure, and 

residence Rox. 432.16 

Oliphant, Margaret (O.) W. Dress Dor. 334.4 

Oliphant, Margaret (O.) W., and Tarver, F. 

Molifere S. E. 8.-W.9 

Only caprice. A novel 96.19 

O'Reilly, B. The two brides 93.10 

S. B. 146.37 

Pardoe, Julia. Louis xiv, and the court of France 

in the 1 7th century. 2v J. P. 1234.1S 

Patn, J. Under one roof. A novel 70.24 

Brl. 38.166; Chn. 2013.53; Dor. 32,S.45 
E. B. 311.82; J. P. 631.44; Rox. 730.32 
8. B. 211.91; S. K. 1820.57 
Peabody, a. p. a manual of moral philosophy. 

Rox. 2115.10 
Peace parliament. The; or, the reconstruction creed 

of Christen lom J. P. 1536.22 



Shelf. No. 
King, E. Kentucky's love; or, roughing it around 

Paris. [Fiction.] J. P. 427.5 

KiNGSFOBD, Jane, pseud. See Barnard, C. 
KiNGSLEY, H. Number seventeen. A novel .... 95.7 
Kingston, W. H. G. The three midshipmen . S. E. 1824.10 
Klemm, L. R., compiler. Poesie fiir Haus und 

Schule. A collection of German poems . . . 2020.7 
Knowlton, Helen M. Hints for pupils in drawing 

and painting. Illus. from charcoal drawings 

by W. M. Hunt J. P. 2326.7 

Laffan, May. Flitters, Tatters, and the Counsellor. 

By the author of " The hon. Miss Ferrard." . . 90.7 
Lamartine, Mme. A. My mother's manuscript ; a 
picture of the private life of a French family. 

J. P. 635.22 
Lancaster, E. M. A manual of English history . . 980.14 
Lane, La\ira M. My sister's keeper. A story for girls . 95.13 
1507.23; Clm. 619.4; Dor. 312.27 ; J. P. 219.29 
Rox. 139.32; 8. B. 350a.l2 
Lecocq, C. The little duke. Comic opera . . Rox. 1630.2 
Leffingwell, C. W. Reading book of English clas- 
sics for young pupils 1404.6 

LEOOUvfi, (J. W.) E. (G.) Reading as a fine art. 

J. P. 2327.16 
Leslie, Mrs. Madeline, pseud. See Baker, Harriet 
N. (W.) 

Leter, C. Charles O'Malley 8. E. 1821.1 

Lewes, Marian E. (George Eliot.) Impressions of 

Theophrastus Such 90.6; Brl. 38.172 

Clm. 2013 61 ; Dor. 343.1 ; E. B. 311.87 
J. P. 631.49; Rox. 721.29; 8. B. 31.18 
8.E. 1820.63 
Longfellow, H. W., ed. Poems of places. [Vol. 

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Dor.l9.2*-32; E. B. 169.13; J. P. 1818.11-14 
Rox. 1627.5; 8. B. 2.50.18; 8. E. 1528.4-7 

Content:— 28. America : Southern Statei.— 29. Amer- 
ica: Western Statea. — 30. America: British America; 
Danish America; Mexico; Central America; South 
America; West Indies. — 81. Oceanica; Australasia; 
Polynesia. 

Longstreet, Abby B. Social etiquette of New York. 

[Anon.\_. Rox. 1618.22 

Lucas, T. J. The Zulus and the British frontiers . 980.17 

Brl. 87.68; Clm. 2013.62; Dor. 126.13 

E.B. 141.12; J. P. 1021.3; Rox. 220.5 

8. B. 53.19 ; 8. E. 1820.64 

Lunar Wray, A., pseud. At the back of the moon ; 

or, observations of lunar phases. [Poem.]. . 1343.7 
Dor. 117.23; E. B. 225.18 

Attributed to the Rev. M. J. Savage. 

Ltall, Edna. Won by waiting : a story of home life 

in France and England 94.19 

MacCabe [McCabe], W. G., compiler. Ballads of 

battle and bravery 1344.27 ; Brl. 142.86 

Clm. 5619.4 ; Rox. 1619.10 
8. B. 350.100; 8. E. 1529.3 
MacCarthy [McCarthy], J. History of our own 
times from the accession of Queen Victoria to 

the Berlin Congress 981.3; Brl. 87.67 

Clm. 2013.57; Dor. 262.3; E. B. 354.6 
J. P. 1021.2; Rox. 220.4; 8. B. 72.29 
8. E. 1820.60 
MacCacsland [M'Causland], D. Adam and the 

Adamite J. P. 2024.12 

— The builders of Babel J. P. 2024.14 

— Sermons in stones; or. Scripture confirmed by 

geology J. P. 2024.13 

MacDonald, G. Thomas Wlngfold, curate. [Fic- 
tion.] J.P. 523.29 

Macdonnell, Agnes. Quaker cousins. [Fiction.] . 70.20 

Brl. 38.162; Chn. 2013.50; Dor. 326.42 

E. B. 311.77; J. P. 631.41 ; Rox. 730.29 

8. B. 211.88; 8.E. 1820.54 

Mallock, W. H. Every man his own poet . . J. P. 1537.4 

Manners and tone of good society. By a member of 

the aristocracy 1123.7 

Manning, E. Six months on a slaver 1503.33 

Chn. 5328.23; E. B. 88.26; Rox. 439.7 
8. B. 350.4; 8. E. 828.14 
Marenholtz {bom Buelow-Wendhausen), Bertha, 
Freiin von. Reminiscences of F. Froebel 
[founder of the Kindergarten system]. By B. 

von Marenholtz-BUlow Rox. 1027.6 

M arkham, Mrs .pseud. See Penrose, Elizabeth. 
Marsh, J. B. "The life and adventures of Robin 

Hood J. P. 1236.1 

Marshall, Emma. Brothers and sisters . . . Rox. 124.22 



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Shelf. No. 
Peard, Frances M. Cartouche. [Fiction.] 2v. . . . 96.10 

— Same. 2v.ini 96.27; Dor. 409.24 

J. P. 824.4; Rox. 2315.8; S. B. 140.27 
Pearson, J. An exposition of the creed .... I>or. 95.29 
Phillips, S. Caleb Stukely. [Fiction.] [Anon.] 

Clin. 835.14 

Piano-forte gems Dor. 354.9 

POE, E. A. Prose tales. 2 v Dor. 294.3 

Pratt, C. E. The American bicycler .... Bri. 101.133 
Chn. 5118.8 ; Dor. 198.56 ; E. B. 39.16 ; J. P. 2427.3 
Rox. 1717.16; S.B. 319.49; S. K. 918.2 
Premature death : its promotion or prevention. 

Dor. 198.65; Box. 1718.6 

Proctor, R. A.. Flowers of the sky 1144.10 

Putnam's library companion. Vol. 1, 2. 1877, 78. 

2v Rox. 6183.6 

Rachel's secret. A novel J. P. 422.49 

Ralfe, C. H. Exercise and training Rox. 1718.3 

Rapid transit abroad. [Travels in Europe.] .... 1679.25 
Rayne, M. Louise. Fallen among thieves. A sum- 
mer tour 95.1 

Records of the past: being English translations of 
the Assyrian and Egyptian monuments. [Ed. 

by 8. Birch.] 10 v Rox. R.R., H..').2 

Reid, M. The English family Robinson . . . . J. P. 315.2 
Retbaud, Henrietta &. F. A. A thorough Bohemi- 

enne. [Fiction.] 94.10 

Rice, Rosella. Mabel. A tale of truth .... E.B. 312.16 
Richardson, J. (Adam Stwin.) Eyes right. A 

bachelor's talks with his boys J. P. 212.9 

Richardson, J. G. Long life, and how to reach it . 1174.27 
Robertson, Margaret M. David Fleming's forgive- 
ness. [Fiction.] 96.23 

Robinson, H. M. The great fur land; or, sketches 

of life in the Hudson's bay territory 1641.15 

Ross, Ellen. Dora's boy. [Fiction.] 94.11 

— Winifred Martin. A story of English family- 

life 95.5 

RossETTi, Maria F. A shadow of Dante. An essay. 

Dor. 72.26 
Roth, M. Gymnastic exercises without apparatus, 

according to Ling's system Dor. 95.27 

Rcneberg, J. L. Nadeschda. A poem. From the 

Swedish Rox. 1623.9 

St. , W. von. In exile. [Fiction.] From the 

German Rox. 124.15 

St. John, P. B. The silent hunter Brl. 38.163 

Salisbury, E. E. William Dlodate (of New Haven 
from 1717 to 1751) and his Italian ancestry. 

Rox. 630.2 
Sand, George, pseud. See Dudevant, Amantine 

L. A. D. 
Sanford, Emellne B. Pussy Tip-toes' family . Dor. 154.27 
Saul Weir. [Fiction.] By the author of " A mod- 
ern minister." 2 v 70.30 

Saunders, J. The Sherlocks. A novel 70.21 

Bri. 38.164; Chn. 2013.51; Dor. 325.43 

E. B. 311.80; J. P. 631.42; Rox. 730.30 

S. B. 211.89; 8. E. 1820.55 

Schliemann, H. Troy and its remains .... Dor. 126.12 

SCHULTE, J. Roman Catholicism, old and new, from 

the standpoint of the infallibility doctrine. 

Box. 2116.9 
Scudder, H. E. The Bodleys on wheels . . . . J. P. 212.8 
SfeouiN, L. G. Life in a French village. [Fiction.] . 95.14 

Shairp, J. C. Robert Burns 1544.29 

Dor. 177.42; Box. 1023.8; S. E. 426.15 
Shaw, T. B. New history of English literature. 

Rox. 1936.10 
Shillaber, B. P. Life and sayings of Mrs. Parting- 
ton, and others of the family Dor. 171.26 

SiONOR Monaldini's niece. [Fiction.] . . . . B. B. 329.65 
Attributed to Mary A. Tincker. 

Smiles, S. Robert Dick, baker of Thurso, geologist 

and botanist 8. B. 68.26 

Smith, Fannie M. (Ghristabel Goldsmith.) Shiftless 

folks. An undiluted love story J. P. 614.27 

Smith, Hannah. {Uesba Stretton.) The doctor's di- 
lemma. A novel Dor. 314.80 

Smith, Julie P. Kiss, and bo friends. A novel . J. P. 635.21 

Smyth, W. Lectures on modern history, from the 
irruption of the northern nations to the close 
of the American revolution. 2 v. . . . J. P. 1033.12 

Southworth, Emma D. E. N. Sybil Brotherton. 

E. B. 299.30; 8. E. 1827.11 

SouvESTRE, £. An attic philosopher In Paris . . . 95.25 

Stanley, A. P. Addresses and sermons, delivered 
during a visit to the United States and Canada, 

1878 7 Kox. 2116.3 

— The East and the West; a sermon In Trinity 

church, Boston, Sept. 22, 1878 Dor. 191.27 



Shelf. No. 
Steele, J. D. Fourteen weeks in human physiology. 

E. B. 39.16 

— Fourteen weeks in zoology . . . .1174.17; E. B. S9.13 
Stevenson, R. L. TraveU with a donkey In the 

Cevennes Rox.427.16 

Stockton, F. R. Rudder Grange. [Fiction.] . . . 95.4 
Chn. 2166.16; Dor. 328.22; Box. 132.13 
8. B. 279.64 
Stoddard, R. H., and oW«r«. Poets' homes. Pen 
and pencil sketches of American poets and 

their homes I>or. 174.83 

Streckfuss, a. Castle Hohenwald. A romance. 

After the German S.B. 216.41 

Stretton, llesba, pseud. See Smith, Hannah. 
Sturqis, J. R. An accomplished gentleman. [Fie-' 

tion.] . . . .93.29; 96.5; Brl. 33.93; Chn. 2168.26 

Dor. 203.18; £. B. 340.61; Rox. 123.21 

S. B. 220.60 

— John-a-dreams. A tale Dor. 828.10 

Stwin, Adam, pseud. See Richardson, J. 

SwEETSER, M. F., ed. Sir Joshua Reynold* . . Dor. 170.2T 

Taber, Sarah W. Early piety ; or, recollections of 

Harriet Bflrd] 8. B. 290.8 

Taine, H. a. History of English literature .... 806.27 

Talbot, C. R. {Magnus Merriiceather.) Royal 

Lowrie J. P. 233.8 

Talcott, H. B., Formerly Mrs. Goodwin. Sher- 

brooke. [Fiction.] Rox. 112.6 

Tales from " Blackwood." New ser. No. 11 . . . 87.23 

— Same. No. 12 87.24 

— Same. No. 13 87.26 

Taylor, Bayard. Prince Deukalion. [Poem.] 

8. E. 1010.11 
Taylor, J. E. Underground. [Natural history 

rambiesj ; 1104.8 

Taylor, R. Destruction and reconstruction : per- 
sonal experiences of the late war 211.6 

Chn. 2646.8; J. P. 013.5 

TennysoS, A. The lover's tale . . . . 1343.0; Brt. 145.94 

Chn. 1636.1 ; Dor. 17.28 ; E. B. 226.6 

J. P. 1817.6; Rox. 1618.16; S. B. 250.26 

Most of thi> poem wa« writteit in the author'! nine- 
teenth year, but withdrawn from the pren. Now re- 
printed, with lequel, "The Qolden Supper,"— a roatun 

work. 

Terhune, M. v. The dinner year-book . . . 8. E. 917.16 

Thackeray, W. M. The four Georges 1544.30 

Chn. 2718.26; Dor. 209.9; J. P. 1010.12 
Rox. 629.11; 8. B. S.'Wa. 1 
Thaxter, Celia. Among the Isles of Shoals . . Brl. 101.132 
Thayer, Ella C. Wired love : a romance of dots and 

dashes Dor. 818 22 

Thornton, J. W. The landing at Capo Anne; or, 

the charter of the first permanent colony on the 

territory of the Massitcliusetts company . . J. P. 012.7 
Tincker, Mary A., and others. Six sunny months. 

Added, other stories. By M. A. T . . .J. P. 021.12 
TOWLE, G. M. Modern France Chn. 2718.28 

— Pizarro ». E. 733.0 

TowNSEND, Virginia F. The Deerings of Medbury. 

[Fiction.] 8. B. 272.8 

Townshend, F. T. Wild life in Florida, with ■ visit 

to Cuba S. E. 813.11 

TROis-firoiLES, pseud. See Murray. E. C. Q. 
Trollope, a. An eye for an eye. [Fiction.] . . . 04.U 
Dor. 400.17 ; J. P. 814.32 ; Rox. 2116.2 ; 0. B. 287.81 

— John Caldigate. A novel 00.8; Brl. 38.173 

Chn. 2013.63; Dor. 826.60; K. B. 311.88 
J. P. 031.60; Rox. 720.80 
8. B. 211.06; 8. E. 183U.06 

— Thackeray 1644.81 ; Dor. 177.44; Rox. I02S.7 

Trowbridge, J. "T. Cudjo's cave 8. E. 1820.20 

Unitarian affirmations: seven discourse* given In 
Washington, D. C, by unitarian mlnlntcr*. 

E. B. 308.8S 

Upham, S. C Notes of a voyage to California via 
Cane Horn, with ecenea in El Dorado, tii 1840- 
>50 8. B5. 812.10 

Veley, Margaret. " For Perclval." A novel. [Anon.] 

Rox. 180.6 
Verne, J. Off on a comet I (A sequel to "To the 

sun?") E. B. 320.64 

Victim, A, of the Falk laws : the adventure* of a Oer- 

nmn priest 00.14 

Walpole, 8. A history of England from the conclu- 
sion of the great war in 1816. 2 v. . . . Kox. 7814.10 
Ward, Mrs. II. O., pseud. Set MooRE, Clara J. 
Warner, C. D. My winter on the Nile .... Box. 434.8 



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Shelf. No. 
Warnek, Bnsan. {Elizabeth Wetherell.) My desire. 

[Fiction.] 95.24; Bri. 36.98; Chn. 2166.20 

Dor. 294.4; E. B. 249.4-'); Box. 112.5 
S. B. 277.14; S. E. 1825.35 

— Qneechy S. B. 228.36 

Was it her fault? A novel 96.18 

Werner, 'E., pseud. See Buerstenbinder, EmlHe. 
Westm-ood. T. Berries and blossoms ; a verse book 

for young people S. B. 257.37 

Wetherell, Elizabeth, paeud. See Wabneh, 

Busan. 
Wheeler, Ella. Drops of water : poems . . Rox. 1617.23 
White, A. D. The warfare of science . . . . S. B. 319.48 
Whitecross and the Bench. A reminiscence of the 
past. By the author of " Five years' penal ser- 
vitude" 94.24 

Whitney, Adeline D. T. Just how : a key to the 

cook books J. P. 2438.4 

— Zerub Throop's experiment. [Fiction.] . Clm. 2157.17 
Wild life in a Southern county [of England] .... 1665.5 

Clm. 2315.1; J. P. 2017.3; Rox. 237.5 
The preface is signed R. J. 

Wilder, B. G., compiler. Emergencies. How to 

avoid them and how to meet them 1174.22 



July, 

Shelf. No. 

Wilkinson, Sir J. G. The manners and customs of 
the ancient Egyptians. New ed., revised by 
S. Birch. 3v Rox. 7366.1 

Winter, W. Trip to England . . . .1669.18; I>or. 122.30 

Wood, a., and Steele, J. D. Fourteen weeks in 

botany Brl. 126.127 

Wood, Ella P. {Mrs. Henry Wood.) Pomeroy Ab- 
bey. A romance 95.16 

Wood, J. G. Lane and field. [Natural history ram- 
bles.] 1164.9 

— The new illustrated natural history . . . Rox. 1520.11 

Wright, C. E. G., ecf. The school cookery book . . 1181.9 



TONGE, Charlotte M. The disturbing element . . J. P. 617.4 

— The seven heroines of Christendom 1543.32 

Content*.— Joan Dare; Margaret of Anjou : Isabella 
of Castile; Charlotte, countess of Derby; Maria Teresa; 
Flora MacdoDald ; Marie Antoinette. 

— Young folks' history of Greece 940.2 

J>or. 267.15; £.8.491.19 



Genealogy. 

SECOND PAPER. 

Local historiet with genealogical matter. — Durrie's Index [4432.56] gives a list of those local histories to which his 
book serves as a key. T^ose of them in this Library (with the addition of a few not in that list) are as follows, only the 
name of the town or locality and the shelf-mark being usually given : — 



Shelf. No. 

Abington, Mass 2356.42 

Acworth, N.H G.293.2 

Albany, N.T 4378.1 

4373.16 

Andover, Mass 2357.11 

Attleboro', Mass 2357.41 

Augusta, Me 2336.52 

Bedford, N.H 4*35.69 

Belchertown. Mass 3544.23 

Bennington, Vt 3548.77 

Beverly, Mass 2357.1 

Boston, Mass 2350.10 

Bradford, Vt 2338.51 

Brldgewater, Mass 2356.7 

Bristol, etc., Me 2335.60 

Brunswick, etc., Me 4333.54 

Buffalo.N.Y 4371.15 

Buxton, Me 2336.53 

Cambridge, Mass 2354.52 

Candia, N.H v 4339.14 

Canton, Conn 4335.85 

Cape Cod, Mass 2350.9 

Charlestown, N.H 2338.23 

Chester, N.H 4431.2 

Concord, Mass 2357.45 

Concord, N.H 2338.15 

435.1.66 

Cornwall, Vt 2337.7 

Delaware Co., N.Y 4378.25 

Delaware Co., Pa 4372.12 

Dublin, N.H : 2338.22 

Dumbarton, N.H 2338.11 

Dunstable, Mass. 2357.3 

bi-centennial 4.332.52 

Durham, Conn 4336.32 

Duxbury, Mass 2356.2 

East Boston, Mass 2353.29 

Eastham, etc.. Mass 4335.1 

East Hampton, Mass 4458.13 

Essex, Mass 4459.6 



Fair Haven, Vt 4338.52 New Bedford, Mass 2357.14 

Fall River, Mass 4461.11 New Boston, N.H 2338.12 

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Shelf. No. 

Framingham, Mass 2357.38 

Franklin, Mass 2354.62 

Gardiner, etc., Me 2339.12 

Gilmanton, N.H 2338.17 

Glastenbury, Conn 4336.27 

Gloucester, Mass 2356.26 

Gorham, Me 4438.20 

Greenwich, Conn 4339.26 

Groton, Mass. (Butler) 2357.42 

(Green) 2361.69 

Guilford, Conn 4332.51 

Hadley, Mass 2366.33 

Hanover, Mass 2357.40 

Harrison, Me 2338.53 

Hartford, Conn 4435.25 

Harwinton, Conn 2336.21 

Haverhill, Mass 2366.28 

Herkimer Co.. N.Y 4371.23 

Hudson Co., N.J : 2370a.62 

Kennebunkport, Me 4438.7 

Lancaster Co., Pa 2344.59 

Leicester, Mass 2356.38 

Lewis Co., N.Y 4371.17 

Lexington, Mass 4464.2 

Litchfield Co., Conn 2345.7 

Londonderry, N.H 2338.9 

Long Island, N.Y. (Wood).. 2370.54 

(Thompson) 4474.54 

(Prime) 2371.20 

Lynn, etc.. Mass 2356.3 

Macfaias, Me 4438.25 

Maiden, Mass 4359.10 

Marlborough, Mass 2356.-J9 

M.H8on, N.H 4337.30 

Medford, Mass 2356.12 

Melrose, Mass «... V352.66 

Mendon Asso., Mass 2357.16 

Middlebury, Vt 4431.9 

Minisink region, N.Y 4477.26 



Shelf. No. 

New Britain, Conn 6541.77 

Newburgh, N.Y 3370a.59 

Newbury, etc., Mass 2356.1 

New London, Conn 4336.35 

2334.60 

Newton. Mass 4359.7 

Newtown, NY 4371.13 

New York, N.Y. (Lamb.).... 2371.65 

Valentine 236.11 

— — Com. Counc. Manuals . 6478.1 

North Brldgewater, Mass 2337.54 

North Danvers, Mass 2357.10 

Northfleld, Mass 2353.38 

Norton, Mass .2357.9 

Nor walk. Conn 4438.3 

Norwich, Conn 2336.64 

Old Kent, Md 2873.72 

Orange Co., N.Y 2370a.59 

Orford, N.H 2838.21 

Pawlet, Vt 4477.2 

Passaic Valley, N.J 4434.6 

Peterboro', N.H 2337.25 

Petersham, Mass 2356.17 

Plttsford, Vt 2336.56 

Plymouth, Mass 4359.9 

Portland.Me 2339.25 

Quincy, Mass 5543.13 

Raymond, N.H 4435.72 

Reading, Mass 23.'>5.51 

Reading, Vt. 2325.70 

Kehoboth, Mass 2356.4 

Rindge, N.H 2337.18 

Ross Co., 2375.67 

Rowley,Mas8 2.357.2 

Rye, N.Y. 4474.15 

Saco, etc., Me 43'i9.3 

Salisbury, Vt 2337.6 

Sangamon Co., Ill 2370a.50 

Scituatc, Mass 2367.44 

Shrewsbury, Mass 2357.43 

Sirasbury, etc.. Conn 4336.33 

Southampton, N.Y 2379.11 



1879. 



Slielf. No. 

SoHthbridge, Mass 4435.27 

Soiithington, Conn 2337.16 

Spencer, Mass 23-57.33 

Stamford, Conn 4438.1 

Staten Island, N.Y 2370a. 61 

Stockbridge, Mass 2357.12 

Stoiiington, Conn 3,542.70 

Suflield, Conn 4353.51 

Susquehanna Co., Pa ... 2375.69 

Taunton, Mass 2345.10 

Temple, N.H 2338.13 

Thomaston, etc., Me 2339.15 

Tolland, Conn 4336.29 

Topsfleld, Mass 2352.52 

Torringtou, Conn 4335.79 



Shelf No- 

Townsend, Mass 4336.79 

Troy,N.Y 4371.27 

4373.24 

Tyngsboro', Mass 4352.14 

Union, Me 2339.7 

Wallingford, Conn 4335.16 

Ware, Mass 4353.59 

Warren, Me 2339.68 

Warren, N.H 4335.16 

Waterbury, Conn 4336.28 

Watertown, Mass J2356.58; 2357.35 

Wayne Co., Ind 2371.51 

Westchester. N. Y 2371 .16 

Westminster, Mass 4355.54 



MENTAL FHILOSOPHT 

Shelf. No. 

West Springfield, Mass 2353.23 

VVhately, Mass 2352.51 

5646.2 

Wilbraham,Mas8 2356.35 

Winchester, Conn 4335.56 

Wii.dham Co., Conn 4473.29 

Windsor, Conn 2336.20 

Winthrop, Me 2339.9 

Woburn, Mass 4454.11 

Wolcott, Conn 2333.51 

Woodbury, Conn 4336.36 

Woonsocket, li.1 2338.54 

Worcester, Mass. (Lincoln) .. 2366.32 

(Wall) 2354.6« 

Yates Co., N.Y 4375.60 



History of Mental Philosophy. — Continued. 

Part VIII. 



Y. Patristic and Sclwlastic Philosophies. 

The history of Christian philosophy may be arranged into, 1. Patristic or early Christian ; 2. Scholastic or Medimval ; 
3. Modern. 

1. Transition from heathen to Christian philosophy. — Cocker'a Christianity and Greek philosophy [7606.2] discusses 
the Greek philosophers in their historical order as an introductory chapter in human experience to prepare for Christianity. 
There is a reference to the influence of Aristotle and Plato upon the development of Christianity, in the work of Gass upon 
Gennadius andPletho [3486.72, p. 11] ; a similar one in a paper of Creuzer's on the early Christian philosophic doctrines of tho 
soul [2904.1, vol. 3, part 2, p. 449] ; and see Baur's Das Christliche und Platonismus [B.162.11]. Pelagaud's Celse ct lee pre- 
mieres luttes entre la philosophic antique et le Christianisme naissant [5602.71] sets forth the former as a conservative clemeni 
opposing the innovations of the latter, vpith a theological, or, rather, theosophical system, as well as a philosophical one. 
The 5th book of Bollinger's Christenthum und Heidenthura [6073.1, p. 222] refers to the transition from the heathen to the 
Christian era in discussing the relations of Greek philosophy to religion just before the Christian era and in the beginning of 
it; and his 8th book, at p. 567, deals in like manner with the Roman philosophy. Ritter, in the Abhaiidlungen of the Oottin- 
gen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften [3304.2.3, p. 243], examines the doctrine of emanation as an element in this transition 
period; and see a vigorous article entitled " The ancient philosophy in its relations to Christ" in the Christian Review for 
January, 1853 [3468.1,18, p. 1]. This transition period is also handled In its proper place in the general histories, and often 
at the beginning of histories of Christian philosophy, such as Ritter's, etc. 

2. Christian philosophy generally. — Since theological and philosophical modes and subjects of thoaght have always 
been closely related, and were especially so in early periods, the whole range of religious and church history, particularly 
the history of opinions and of dogma, contains Indispensable materials for the history of Christian philosophy. Upon the gen- 
eral history of the subject see of course the appropriate portions in the general histories and cncyclopajdins. Ritter's " Oe- 
schichte der christlichen Philosophie," 8 vols., 1841-53 [6102.2], is a full account, beginning with a description of the change 
from the ancient to the Christian philosophy, and coming down to Wolf, the French encyclopaedists, Hume and the Scotch 
school, but omitting Kant and his successors. This omission is more or less repaired in his "Christliche Philosophic nach 
ihrem Begriffe," etc., 2 vols., 1858 [7604.13], which deals more with exposition and with less range of history, discussing 
mainly scholasticism, mediaeval, Arab, and Jewish philosophy, and modern philosophy ft-om Bacon to Kant, and trom Kant to 
Feuerbach. F. Baur, in Zeller's Theologisches Jahrbuch [6078.3.5], gives his view of the general subject, controverting 
some of Ritter's views, and was afterwards answered by Ritter in the Theolog^ischc Studlen und Kritlkon. Scholtcn'e 
Geschichte der Religion und Philosophie, in German by Redepenning from the original Dutch [5000a. 24], is a condonecd 
outline history, with many references, tracing their relations from the beginning until 1868; It is from a religious and Chris- 
tian stand-point. * 

Stanley ends his history of philosophy [Ist ed., 1655, 8601.1] at Christ, avowedly on the ground that Christ brought all 
truth into the world, and that the philosophical research after truth was thus rendered superfluous. A similar dootrlno can 
he traced in a few writers of the early Christian period. 

3. Patristic or early Christian philosophy.— Tor the writings themselves of tho fathers of the church, see their namM 
Individually in the Bates Hall Catalogues; and also under the title " Fathers of the Church." Some of the principal collee. 
tions of their works are as follows : Migne's Patrologloj cursus completus [Latin series, 3440.1 ; B.lU.l ; n.128.1 ; Indexes to 
same, 8470.36; Greek series, 5461.1; B.126.1] ; Clarke's Ante-Nlccne Christian Library [6497.8], Orabc's Splcllcgium [0O29.3], 
of writers of the first three centuries only; Gersdorfs Bibliotheca selecta [6039.4], of Latin fathers only; the Maxima bibllo- 
theca veterura patrum of Margarinus de la Bignc [B.110.1]. 

Most of what is said by way of comment upon the philosophy of the fathers of the church must be obtained ttom works 
upon their theology or history. Reference may be had (among many other sources, however) to Stoeckl's and Hubcr's work* 
on their philosophy [ordered] ; to chapter 5 in Vachcrot's foole d'Alexandrie [fl<H)5.16.1, p. 223] ; to Baur's second nrlWIe 
above referred to in the Theologisches Jahrbuch [0078.3.6, p. 72] ; to a discussion of Origcn and the beginnings of Christian 
philosophy by Canon Westcott in the Contemporary Review of May, 1879, et »eq. [7321.3] ; and to an examinaUon by Rev. 

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K. A. Washburne of the relations to philosophy of early as compared with later Christianity in the Bibliotheca Sacra 
[5310.2.8, p. 34]. On St. Augustine, see a report to the French Academic des Inscriptions by Bartbelemy St. Hilaire [3272.2, 
vol. 12] on five competing dissertations on the philosophy of the saint, criticising each in detail and with many snggeBtionB on 
the subject; and Hewitt's Problems of the age with studies in St. Augustine [7458.1]. 

4. Period between Patristic and Scholastic philosophieg. — Here may be mentioned Boethius, bom 470, died 526, of 
whose famous Consolations of Philosophy there are various editions in the Library [Migne's, 3450.5 and B.162.12; Chaucer's 
version, 2592.7 and 4607.13; King Alfred's Anglo-Saxon version, 2927.6; another English version, 2927.5; etc.]. Boethius 
also translated a number of the works of Aristotle and other ancient authors, and these translations were of much value and 
influence during the Scholastic period, those from Aristotle especially. To this same intermediate period belong Mamertus 
(middle of 5th century), whose works are in Migne's Cursus [3440.24 and B.112.4],and his De statu animee [B. 110.2] ; Cassio- 
dorus (468-662), who like Mamertus maintained the immateriality of the soul [works in Migne, 3450.10; B.112.17; B. 110.2]; 
Isidorus Hispalensis (died 636), for whose De natura rerum, and other writings, see Migne [3450.16; B.122.5] ; the Venerable 
Bede (673 to 735) [works in Migne, 3450.21 ; B.122.10; Giles's translation, 3498.7 ; and other editions in the B. H. Catalogues] ; 
and Alcuin (736 to 804), in Migne [3450.25; B.113.4, and other editions in the B. H. catalogues]. These last three writera 
were little more than compilers of encyclopaedias or text-books ; Alcuin from Bede and Isidorus, Bede from Isidorus, Isidorus 
from Cassiodorus, Boethius and the fathers. 

5. Scholastic philosophy. — This, if we count from Boethius to Sully and Occam, was the philosophy of Christendom 
for more than a thousand years. Hampden, in his Scholastic philosophy [7504.2, p. 9], says, "The scholastic method is 
nothing more than . . . the philosophy of Aristotle, as it was moulded by the state of civilization and learning, and by the 
existing relations between the civil and ecclesiastical powers, in the course of the middle ages." The general histories of 
philosophy, as well as those of civilization and of the middle ages, deal with the scholastic period, each in its own man- 
ner. Of separate works on the scholastic philosophy may be named Rousselot's Etude sur la philosophic dans le moyen- 
age [6094.5], which places the beginning of scholasticism not at Boethius but at Johannes Scotus Erigena in the 9th century, 
and ends with Gerson and the mystics in the 14th century; Haurdau, Philosophie scolastique [6094.4], which is, as the writer 
specifies, not a complete history, but a " memoir upon the classic period " of the scholastic philosophy, being about the same 
covered by Rousselot. Hampden's Banipton Lectures on Scholastic philosophy, considered in its Yelations to Christian 
theology [7504.2], "is an able and authoritative exposition of their connection, or, as might almost be said (and as Erigena 
affirmed), their identity ; and see a review of it in the Bibliotheca Sacra [5310.2.11, p. 415]. Maurice's Mediaeval Philosophy, 
from the 5th to the 14th century [5606.15], bein^ the treatise on the subject from the Encyclopaedia Metropolitana, is a con- 
densed view of systems, with more or less biography (among others) of Boethius, Scotus Erigena, Anselm, Abelard, Albertus 
Magnus, Aquinas, Bonaventure, Duns Scotus, Roger Bacon, and Lully. A brief outline forms chap. 2 of Lacroix's Sciences 
and Arts in the Middle Ages [2220a.52, and the French original, 2230a.53 and 55]. The first volume of Cousin's Fragments 
philosophiques [3605.3] is entitled JPhilosophie scolastique, but is in fact devoted mainly to Abelard. 



Renaissance. 

This list contains the works In this Library that treat of the Renaissance in France and Italy. Symonds' ezhanstive 
work [2722.51] can be used as a guide to the names of those who, either as artists, writers, or patrons of art, shared In the move- 
ment In Italy. In Masson's French dictionary, the promoters of the Renaissance in France are given in chronological order 
[2689.63, p. xili] . For an intimate knowledge of the characteristics of the Renaissance, biographical works should be con- 
suited in addition to histories of the Italian cities. Of the latter, Florence being the literary and artistic capital, its histories 
are specially valuable. Trollope's [4726.2] , the latest in English, covers the period from 1107 to the fall of the republic in 1531. 
Napier's [2726.52], also in English, is a comprehensive history, and reputed accurate. Reumont's Lifeof L. de' Medici contains 
a detailed history of the city under the Medici domination, with a synopsis of the early history. The contemporary historians 
are, with one exception, represented in this library only in Italian. Machiavelli's well-known history has been translated. 
Bohn's edition is in L. H. [828.7]. Capponi's [4724.50], the latest Italian history, furnishes, in the light of new documents, a 
comprehensive history from the earliest times to the ascendency of Alessandro de' Medici in 1531. For a sketch of the 
contemporiiry histories see a chapter in Symonds' "Age of the despots," p. 182 [2722.51.1]. 

Histories and biographies of the Medici of Florence, Malatcsta family of Rimini, Orslni and Colonna, the Dukes of Urblno, 
the Vlscont) of Milan, and other noble Italian families who, by patronage, contributed to the advancement of learning, 
necessarily throw much light on the history of the Renaissance. Litta's Famiglie celebri d'ltalia [2740.1] contains, beside 
genealogies, many portraits and much historical information. For a study of the writers of the Renaissance, the great 
resources of the Italian department of this library are accessible to the Italian scholar. In English the works of Petrarch, 
Boccaccio, Poggio, Ariosto, Tasso, are fairly represented in the Bates Hall collection. Poliziano, Ficino, Aretino, and others, 
are in the collection in Italian only. 

The following collections, in Italian, include the principal sources of the history of Italy. The contents are given in 
the Bates Hall catalogues: Archlvio storico italiano. 1842-79. Firenze, 1842-79. 77 v. 8". [5245.2]; Classici Jtaliani. 
[Collezione.] Mllano, 1803-14. 250 v. 8°. [4801-4809] ; Collezione di opere inedite o rare dei priml tre secoli delta lingua. 
Bologna, 1863-78. 8°. [4762a.l] ; J. G. Graevius. Thesavrvs antiqvitatvm et historiarvm Italiae. Lvgdvni Batavorum, 
1704-25. 45 V. in 31. F'. [4710] ; L. A. Muratori. Annali d' Italia. Monaco, 1761-64. 12 v. 4". [2710.4] ; L. A. Muratori. 
Antiquitates Italicae medii aevi. Arretii, 1773-80. 17 v. 4". [2720.7] ; L. A. Muratori. Rerum Italicarum scriptores. 
A. D. 500-1500. Mediolani, 1723-61. 28 v. F". [2710.1] ; Regia dcputazione di storia patria, Milan. Miscellanea. Torino, 
1863-71. 11 V. 8». [4712.1] ; G. Romagnoli, ed., Scelta di curiosita letterarie inedite o rare dal secolo xiii al xvil. Bologna, 
1861-78. [4762.1.] 

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In addiUon, see under heads Raccolta, Collezione, Novelle, in Bates Hall catalogues. Works of travel give, In s 
popular form, the present condition of the art productions of the Renaissance in Italy. Hare's " Cities of Italy" [2769.ft4.65] 
and Horner's " Walks In Florence " [2766.50] are recent works containing valuable notes and criticisms. Many of the works 
of the old masters, as well as the engravers, of that time can he studied in the Tosti coUecUon of engravings in this Library. 
For the pottery of the Renaissance, consult Bulletin No. 41, p. 210; for music. Bulletin No. 36, p. 34. 

Valuable suggestions have been received from Professor Charles E. Norton, of Harvard College, in regard to the com- 
pilatlon of this List. 

Pan I. Ah. 

Lists on literature, political history, and a selected Ust of the more important biographies, which will include blogr*. 
phies of artisU, will be printed in succeeding Bulletins. 

Shelf. No. 
AiiBERTi, L. B. Delia architettura librl died. Trad, 
di C. Bartoli,con note di S. Ticozzi. 30 tavole. 
Milano. 1833. Portr. 8o 4093.11 

— Delia pittura e della statua. Milano, 1804. Portr. 

PI. 8» 4064.8 

— Kleinere Kunsttheoretische Schriften. Herausg. 

von H. Janltschek. Wien, 1877. [Quellen- 
schriften fdrKun8tgeschichte,v. 11.] 8<> . .4076.18.11 

— Opere volgari. Firenze, 1843-49. 5 v. lUus. 8o . 2796.1 
Amand-Durand, — , and Duplbssis, G. G. Heliogra- 
vure. £auz-fortes et gravures des maitres 
anciens. P., 1873-76. 6 v. in 3. 240 pi. F*. 

Trustees' Room. 
Ambros, a. W. Geschichte der Musik im Zeitalter 
der Renaissance bis zu Palestrina. Breslau, 
1868. 8« 4045.13.3 



Reviewed in Blaetter fur literaritche Unterhaltung, 
19 Nov., 1868, p. 749 [5311.1]. 

Arco, C. d'. Delle arti e degli arteflci di Mantova. 

Con disegni e con documentl. Mantova, 1857-59. 

2 V. L. 80 [Ordered] 

Armenino, G. B. De' veri precetti della pittura. 

Milano, 1820. 16» 4067.37 

Contain! anecdotes of Michael Angelo. 

Arnold, F. Der herzogliche Palast von Urbino. 

Mit Telle. 50 Tafeln. Lpz., 1857. F» . . . *47.Q.l 
ASSELINEAU, C Meubles et objets divers du moyen 

age et de la Renaissance. Dessines d'apr^s 

nature et lithographies. P., 1844, 45. 2 v. 

160 pi. F" ♦4070.18 

Plates taken from Chapuy'i Moyen ige pittoresque 
CC.270.7]. 

« 

Baglione, G. Le vite de* pittori, scultori, architetti, 
ed intagliatori, 1572-1642, con la vita di Salvator 
Rosa, scritta da G. B. Passari. Napoli, 1733. 
4<> 4061.13 

Baldinucci, F. Cominceamento e progresso dell' 
arte dell' intagliare in rame, colle vite dl molti 
de' pid eccellenti maestri della stessa profcs- 
sione. Con annotazioni de D. M. Manni. Mi- 
lano, 1808. Portr. 8» 4063.20 

— Notizie del professori del disegno da Cimabue in 

qua. Con nuove annotazioni e supplementi 
per cura di F. Raualli. Firenze, 1845-47. 6 v. 
8" . . . .* ♦4087.3 

— Raccolta di alcuni opuscoll sopra varie materie 

di pittura, scultura e architettura. Con un 
ragionamento di F. Bocchi suU' eccellenza della 
statua fatta da Donatello. Firenze, 1765. 8» . ^4076.2 
Bardi, L. Galerie du palais I*itti. Florence, 1842, 

45. 4 V. Portr. 500 plates. F» ♦*6070a.50 

— Qalleria Pitti. Illustrata ner cura dl L. Bardi. 

Firenze, 1837-42. 4 v. t" ♦,♦4060.8 

Engravings from the paintings, portraits, etc., in this 
noted gallery. Portraits of eminent men of the Re- 
naissance period. 

Bartsch, a. Le peintre graveur. Nouvelle id. 

Lpz., 1854-67. 21 V. 12» ♦8066.1 

Bertt, a. L*s grands architectes franjais de la 

Renaissance. P., 1860. 18* 4099.48 

— La Renaissance monumentale en France, speci- 

mens de composition et d'ornementation archl- 
tectonlques. P., 1864. 2 v. PI. 8» . . . ♦,♦6090.51 
Beyle, M. H. (Stendhal.) Histoire de la pelnture 

en Italic. P., 1817. 2 v. 8o 4064.7 

Entirely on the Renaissance p^iod. 

BiONDO, Michaelangelo. Von der hochedlen Malerei. 
Tractet. [Venedig, 1649.] Uebersetzt, mit 
Einleitung und Noten versehen von A. Ilg. 
Wien, 1875. [Quellenschrift fUr Kunst- 

geschichtfl, v. 5.] 8» [Ordered.] 4076.18.6 ' 

99 



BiONDO, Michaelangelo, continued. 

This is a trans), of a book first published at Venie* in 
1549, entitled "Delia nobillissima pittura ct della sua 
arte, del modo, et della dottrina di conseguirla agevol- 
uiente et presto." The translation is endorsed as an 
excellent one by Prof. Norton in his bibliography of 
Michael Angelo C6I94.U]. 

Blanc, C, and otheri. Histoire des pelntrea de 

toutes les 6coles. P., 1863-76. 9 v. Illus. 

4» ♦8080.4-18 

BORGHINI, R. II riposo. Reggio, 1826-27. 3 v. in 1. 

16« 40W.16 

Bossi, G. Del cenaclo di L. da Vinci. Milano, 1810. 

Portr. F* ♦4060.* 

Bottari, G. G., ed. Raccolta di lettere sulla pittura, 

scultura ed architettura, scritte da' piii celebri 

personaggl dei secoli 16-17. Milano, 1822-25. 

8 V. Portr. 16* 4089.48 

Burckhardt, J. Der Cicerone. Eine Anleitung zum 

Genuss der Kunstwerke Italiens. Lpz., 1874. 

3 V. 16» 4078.81 

Contenu. — l. Architektur [Renaissance, p. ITU}. 3. 
Sculptur des xv Jahrhunderts, p. 825. 3. Malerei 
[Renaissance, p. 867]. 

— The Cicerone ; or, art guide to painting in Italy. 

Transl. by Mrs. A. H. dough. L., 1873. 

8m. 8» 4079.68 

Burckhardt, J., and Ldebke, W. von. Geschichte. 
der neueren Baukunst. Mit Holzschnitt-Illus- 
trationen. Stuttgart, 1867, 72. [Kugler. Ges- 
chichte der Baukunst, v. 4, 6.] 2 v. 8« . . 4095.60.4,6 

Content:— 1. Die Renaissance in Italien; Die Renais- 
sance in Frankreich. — 2. Geschichte dar deutschen 
Renaissance, von W. Luebke. 

BuRTY, P. Chefs-d'oeuvre des arU industriels. P. 

[1867.] Illus. L. 8* ♦4021.4 

— Chefs-d'oeuvre of the Industrial arts. Ed. by W. 

Chaffers. L. [1869.] Illus. Portr. 8» . . . ♦8028.28 

Calliat, V. Hdtel de Ville de Paris, mesuri, 
desslnd, grave. Avec un histoire de ce monu- 
ment, par Le Roux d« Lincy. P., 1844. FV ♦28.D.1 

"The construction of this once niagoiflcent edifice waa 
begun in 1533, but was sus|>eiided until the reign of 
Henry IV., when it was completed by the Italian archi- 
tect Domenico Boccadoro da Cortona, in 1*28, in the 
Renaissance style." — BxfDKKEB. The building wae 
destroyed by the CommunisU on MOx May, I87I. 3— 
Fournier. 

Cappelli, a. Poesle musicali del •«coll xnr, XT. * 
XVI. tratte da vari codlcl. Con un saggio dell* 
niusica del tre secoli. Bologna, 1868. !•• . ♦4785.1.8* 

Cahr, J. C. ed. Drawings by the Italian miMters. 
Reproduced from tlie origlnaU at the BriUsb 
museum. With critical notes. L., 1877. F*. 

Trustees' Room. 

Carriers, M. ReimlBsance und Reformation In 
Bildung, Kunst und Lltfratur. Lpz., 1871. 
[Die Kunst im Zusammcnhang der Culturent- 

wlckeluiig, etc., v. 4.] 8» 6486.1.4 

Reviewed in Blaetter fttr llterarische UDlerbsllnng, U 
April, 1871. p. 241 [.1311.1. 1871], ky R- Oottechall. 

Caumont, a. de. Abicidaire ou rudiment d'arch*- 
ologlc. [Renalssaiice, p. 204, «<••«.] P., 1858. 
Portr. 8» • • • • • • • • ,• • • •"'*•» 

Cellini, B. Due trattatl : uno dell' oreflceri», I »•*«>„ 

della scultura. Milano. 1811. 8» .4806.4.8 

— Vita, scritta da lul medi>elmo, tratta per cura dt 

O.MoUni. Kd.aa. Flr«nz«, 1832. 3t. 8*. . 4074J 



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Chabat, p. Fragments d'architecture : itgypte, 
Grfece, Rome, Moyen-age, Renaissance, etc. 
Avee not«s descr. P., 1870. 4» ***C.F.8.2 

Chai.Iu«.mel, a. Histoire de la mode en France. 
[Regnede Francois ler, 1515-1545, p. 55 et teq.] 
17 planches. P., 1875. 8» *2631.52 

Chaput, N. M. J. Moyen age pittoresque. Monu- 
ments d'architecture, raeuhles, armes, 
armures et objets de curiosite du lie au 16e 
sifecle. Avec texte archeologique, descriptif 
et historique. P., 1840. PI. F» %*C.270.7 

Cbocquet, G. Histoire de la musique dramatique en 

France. P., 1873. 8» . 4045.55 

Treats incidentally of Italian music of the Renais- 
sance. 

CiAHPi, 8. Notizie inedite della sagrestia pistoieee, 
de' belli arredi del campo Santo pisano e di 
altre opere di disegno dal secolo xii al xv. 
Firenze, 1810. 4» 4061.25 

CiCOGNARA, L. Storia della scultura dal sue risorgi- 
mento in Italia fine al secolo di Canova. 2a 
ed. riveduta. Prato, 1823-24. 7v. 8o. 1 v. PI. 
F" *4073.6 ; Atlas, *4070.4 

Clarac, C. F. de. Musee de sculpture antique et 
moderne. Description du Louvre et de toutes 
ses parties [etc.].' P., 1824-53. 7 v. S". PI. 
6 V. 4<', obi *4073.4 

CiiARKSON, D. A. Ancient iron work. From the 

13th century. L., n. d. PI. 4» 39.F.3 

CtftJiENT, F. Histoire abregee des beaux-arts. P., 

1879. lUus. 8« 4072.85 

Clochar, p. Palais, maisons et vues d'ltalie, mesures 

et dessines. P., 1809. F» *4100.12 

CocHERis, H. Patrons de broderie et de lingerie du 

16e sifecle. P., 1872. Illus. 8» 4006.50 

Cochrane, A. B. Historic chateaux: Blois, Fon- 

tainebleau, Vincennes. L., 1877. 8» 2614.4 

CouRAjOD, L. Etudes sur les collections du moyen 
age, de la Renaissance, et des temps modernes 
au Musee du Louvre. P., 1878. 8» 4076.70 

Crowe, J. A., and Cavalcaselle, G. B. A new 
history of painting in Italy from the 2d to the 
16th century. L., 1864. 3 v. Illus. 8» . . . . 8063.6 

— A history of painting in North Italy, Venice, 

Padua, Vicenza, Verona, Ferrara, Milan, 
Friuli, Brescia, from the 14th to the 16th cen- 
tury. L., 1871. 2 V. Illus. 8» A.225.2 

Darcei., a. L'art architectural en France depuis 
Franjois ler jusqu'Jl Louis xiv. P., 1863, 66. 
2v. Illus. F" •8090.3 

— Les tapisseries d^coratives du garde-meuble. 

Choix des plus beaux motifs, par E. Guichard. 

Livr. 1-3. P., 1878. F» *«*36.I.l 

Demhin, a. Weapons of war, being a history of 

arms and armour. L., 1870. Illus. 8" . . . . 6232.2 

Arms of the Christian middle ages, of the Renais- 
sance, and of the I7th and I8th centuries, p. 161 et »*q. 

Denon, V. Monuments des arts du dessin. [Ze par- 
tie, feoles de peinture en Europe, depuis la 
Renaissance des arts.] ^coles italiquea. P., 

1829. 4v. Illus. F» *4070.1.a 

DOHME, R., ed. Kunst und Kiinstlerdes Mittelalters 
und der Neuzeit. Biographieu und Charakter- 
isUken. Lief. 1-59. Lpz., 1878. Illus. L. 4». 

[Ordered] 
Each Lieferung contains a stud; of one of the great 
masters by various editors. 

Contents are given in full in Heinrich's BQcher Ver- 
leichniss [2U6.1], 1877, p. 224 ; 1878, p. 202. 

Dolce, L. Dialogo della pittura. Firenze, 1735. 8». 4064.12 
An account of this work, first printed at Venice in 1557, 
is given by Prof. Norton in his Bibliography of Michael- 
angelo, p. 5, who says that " The chief value of the book 
lies in its notices of Titian, of whom Dolce was a fa- 
miliar." 

DOHMER, A. von. Handbnch d6r Musik-Geechichte. 

Lpz., 1868. 8» 4015.52 

Covers the Renaissance pariod in Italy. 

DccHESHE, J., aine. Essai sur les nielles, gravures 
des orfevres florentins du 15e sifecle. P., 1826. 
Engr. 8» 4063.11 

Dcpuissis, G. Costumes historiques des 16e, 17e, 
et 18e sidles. Dessines par E. Lechevallier- 
Chevignard. Avec texte historique. P., 1867. 
2 V. 4» . ♦,♦6251.4 

— Histoire de la gravure en France. P., 1861. 8» . 4087.12 



July, 

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DupONT-AcBERvrLLE, — . Artindustriel. L'ornement 

des tissus. 100 planches. P., 1875. F» . . ♦**8070.57 
Do SOMMERARD, A. Les arts au moyen age, en ce 
qui concerne principalement le Palais romain 
de Paris, I'hotel de Cluny, et les objets d'art de 
la collection classee dans cet hotel. P., 1838-13. 
Text. 5v. in2. 8»; Atlas. 4 v. F«. 

Text, *4071.15; Atlas, ♦,♦4070.2 

EiTELBERGER VON Edelsbcrg, R., ed. Quellen- 
schriften fUr Kunstgeschichte und Kunsttech- 
nik des Mittelalters und der Renaissance. Vol. 
3, 10, 11. Wien, 1872-77. 3 v. 8« 4076.18 

For contents see the Bates Hall Catalogues ; the vol- 
umes lacking have been ordered. 

^MfeRlC-DAVlD, T. B. Recherches sur l'art statuaire. 

[Renaissance des arts en Italie, p. 253 et teq.] 

Nouv. ed. Publiee par P. Lacroix. P., 1863. 

12» 8079a.24 

EPHRi'Ssr, C. Notes biographiques sur Jacopo de 

Barbaij. Avec 7 gravures. P., 1876. 4° . . . 4061.30 

Fabre, A., and De Vesly, L. L'architecture au 
salon. Art antique. Moyen age. Renaissance. 
Ire annee. 1872. P., 1872. Illus. F» . . . *4090.53 

Falke, J. von. Art in the house. Authorized Amer. 
.ed. Transl. from 3d German ed., with notes 
by C. C. Perkins. Illus. B., 1879. 4» . . . ♦**4091.61 

In the chapter on "The house ofthe 16th century," the 
Interior decorations, furniture, tapestries, of the Kenais- 
Bhnce house, arc described and illustrated. 

Ferousson, J. History of the modem styles of 

architecture. 2d ed. L., 1873. Illus. 8« . . 4103.22.4 

The Renaissance st^le is treated at length, and many 
examples given. 

Ferrario, G. n costume antico e modemo. Fi- 
renze, 1823-32. 32 v. Illus. 8» ♦2262.1 

Italy, in vol. 27-29, with colored plates. 

FfeTis, F. I. Histoire g^nerale de la musique. [La 
musique aux 14e et 15e si^cles. v. 5, pp. 283- 
371]. P., 1869-76. 5 v. 8» 8053.12.5 

FiGUiER, L. Les merveilles de rindaatrie. P. [1874- 

76.] 4 V. Illus. L. 8» 4021.68 

Pottery, glass-painting, and other industries of the 
Renaissance are included. 

Fi/AXMAN, J. Lectures on sculpture. [Modem 
sculpture, p. 240.] 53 plates. New ed. L., 
1865. Portr. 8m. 8» 4079.1 

FuECRY, J. F. F. H., called Champfleury. Histoire 
de la caricature au moyen a!ge et sous la Re- 
naissance. 2e ed. P. [1879.] PI. S" . . . . 4079.35 

FlX)RENCE. Masterpieces of the Pitti palace. Photo- 
graphed from the original paintings, with ac 
count of the artteu. L., 1875. F* . . . . ♦,♦4070.68 

FoERSTER, £. von. Denkmale italienischer Malerei 
vom Verfall der Antike bis zum 16 Jahrhun- 
dert. Lpz., 1869-77. 4 v. PI. F» . . . . [Ordered] 
— Geschichte der italienischen Kunst. Lpz., 

1869-78. 5 v. 8» 8065.6 

Renaissance period treated in vol. 3 and succeeding 
volumes. 

FOERSTER, H. R. von. Die Banwerke der Renaissance 
in Toscana. Nach Aufnahmen der Arehitek- 
ten A. Gnauth und E. von Foerster, und mit 
erlauterndem Texte von E. Paulus. Wien, 
1867, 70. F» [Ordered] 

FODRNIER, £. Histoire de I'Hotel de Viile. (In Paris 

itravers les ages, Livr. 1. P., 1875. Illus. F».) ♦^♦46.F.1 

"The Hdtel de Ville at Paris, built by Domenico 
Boccardo di Cortona, an Italian architect, commenced 
in 15.33, is an example of the beat BenalMance style." — 
■Wtatt. 

France. Archives de la commission des monuments 
historiques. [Renaissance. Architecture civile, 
V. 4.] P., 1865-72. 4v. PI. F« ♦♦♦F.9b.l 

This superb work, published at the expense of the 
French government, cofitains fine plates of the Chltean 
de Blois ; Maison d'OrKans ; Pavilion de Jeanne d' Are 
a Orleans; HAtel-de-Ville d'Orl6ans; H6tel-de-Ville d« 
Beaugency; H6tel-Dieu d'Orlians. A descriptive and 
historical text accompanies the plates. 



100 



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1879. 

Shelf. No. 
Freeman, E. A. Historical and architectural 
sketches: chiefly Italian. 22 illustrations [of 
cathedrals, ~ architectural details, etc.]. L., 
1876. 8» 2768.69 

Gailhabaud, J. L'archltecture dn 5e au 17e sidcle 
et les arts : qui en dependent. P., 1858. Text, 
4v. 4». Atlas, F» *8102.9; Atl. *8084.3 

Gauthier, p. Les plus beaux edifices de la ville de 

Ggnes. P., 1817. 100 pi. F» *29.D.l 

Plana, elevations, columns, etc., in outline, with 
descriptive text, piincipally of the 15th and 16th centu- 
ries. Contains, among others, the noted Doria palace. 

Gate. G. Carteggio inedito d'artistl dei secoll xiv, 
XV, XVI. Pubblicato ed illustrata con docu- 
ment! pure inediti. Con fac-simile. Firenze, 
1839^0. 3 V. S* *4072.1 ; G.302.3 

GiRONi, U. Pinacotecadi Brera palazzo delle scienze 
e delle arti in Milano. Milano, 1853. 2 v. lUus. 
4" *8070.9 

Grcnek, L. Decorations de palais et d'eglises en 
Italie, peintes k fresque ou executees en stuc, 
dans le cours du xve et xvie siecle, avec 
descriptions. P., 1854. Illus. F" *27.E.l 

— ed. The terra-cotta architecture of north Italy 

[11th to the 15th centuries]. L.,1867. Illus. F". 

***8090.50 

Facades, windows, elevations, etc., of churches, 
" abbeys, etc., illustrated by a " series of plates which re- 

, prod\ice in obvious gradations of progress a succession 

of buildings from tlie 11th to the 1.5th centuries," repre- 
senting the Byzantine and Renaissance styles. 

GuALANDi, M. A. Memorie originali italiane ris- 
guardanti le belle arti. Bologna, 1840-45. 6 v. 
8° *4076.3 

GuiunARD, D. La connaissance des styles de I'orne- 
mentation, histoire de I'ornement et des arts 
qui s'y rattachent. [Style de la Renaissance, 
pp. 86-118.] P., 1876. Illus. 4» ♦8070.61 

Gumppenberg, W. von. Atlante Mariano ossia origine 
delle immagini miracolose della B. V. Maria. 
Verona, 1839-47. 12 v. in 17. Illus. 16" . , *8077.50 

Hauptmann, a. Moderne ornamentale Werke im 
Stile der italienischen Renaissance. Dresden, 
1876. 138 pi. 8» ***C.E.5.1 

Friezes, pilasters and wall decoration, principally. 

Hefner-Alteneck, I. H. de. Serrurerie ou les 
ouvrages en fer forge du moyen age et de la 
Renaissance. P., 1870. 84 engraved pi. 4» . . 8010.2 

— Trachten des christlichen Mittelalters. Nach 

gleichzeitigen Kunstdenkmalen. Frankfort 
a/M., 1840-54. 3 v. 4» *6252.1 

Vol. 3, 16th century. 

Hehans, C. I. A history of mediaeval Christianity 
and sacred art in Italy, from 1350 to 1400, in 
Rome, 1350 to 1500. L., 1872. 8m. 8" . . . . 5529.26.2 

HiRTH, G., ed. Album de la Renaissance. P., 1878. 

252 pi. 40 [Ordered] 

HussoN, F., eci. L'architectureferronnidre. Recueil 
de planches gravees a I'usage de tons ceux qu' 
intercssent la construction en fer et la eerru- 
reried'art. P., 1873. 4» *4010.69 

INSTRUMENTA ecclesiasticE. Choix d'objets d'art re- 
ligieux du moyen-ftge et de la Renaissance 
exposes k Malines, en sept., 1864. n. t. p. n. 
p., n. d. 56 photographs. F» •8084.4 

Itauenische Renaissance. Original-Aufnahmen 
von architektonischen Details, Flachendecora- 
tionen, plast. Ornamenten und kunstgewerbl. 
Erzeuguissen. Heft 1-11. Lpz., 1876-77. F°[Ordered] 

For Contents see Kayser [4131.1]. 

Jacquemart, a. Histoire du mobilier, recherches 

et notes sur les objets d'art [etc.]. P., 1876. 

Etchings. 8» 4093.60 

Jameson, A. M. Memoirs of the early Italian 

painters and of the progress of art In Italy. 

L., 1845. 2 V. In 1. 12» 4086.7 



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KOEHLER, H. Polychrome Melsterwerke der monu- 
mentalen Kunst in Itallen vom 5 ble 16 
Jahrhundert. 12 perspectivische Anslchten in 
Farbendruck mit eriautemdem Texte in vier 
Sprachen. Lpz., 1878 [Ordered] 

Krell, P. F. DieKlassikerderMalerel. Italienlsche 
Fruh und Hoch-Renaissance. Stuttgart, 1878. 

„ 8» [Ordered] 

KUGLER, F. Handbueh der Qeschlchte der Malcrei. 
[Die italienische Kunst des xv und xvi Jahr- 
nunderts, in vol. 2.] 3te Aufl. Lpz., 1867. 3 v. 
Portr. 8° 4008.T 

— Handbueh der Kunstgeschlchte. SteAnfl. B««rb. 

von W. LUbkc. [OeschlchtA der modcmen 
Kunst, V. 2, p. 268 etteq. Mit Holzscbnltt- Illus- 
trationen.] Stuttgart, 1872. 2 v. 8» 4074.21 

— Handbook of painting. The Italian schools. 4lh 

ed. Rev. by Lady Eastlake. Illus. L., 1874. 

2v. 8» 4079.75 

KuNSTHiSTORiscHE Bllderbogen. Lpz, 1878. Illua. 

2v. F<> [Ordered] 

Ste Sammlungcontains, — Die Archilektur der Renais- 
sance in Ilalien.Bogen 97-107; DiePlastik der Renais- 
sance in Italien bis auf Michelangelo, Bogen 108- 
120. — 7tc, Ste Sammlung, Bogen 157-166; Kunstgewerb* 
und Decoration, in der italienischen Renaissance. 

Labarte, J. Histoire des arts industriels au moycn 
age et & I'^poque do la Renaissance. 2e id. P., 
1872-75. 3v. Illus. 4» •4071.60 

1st ed. is reviewed in Gaz. des beauz-arta, t. 16, p. ISO, 
by A. Darcel [7.'J10a.50.19]. 

Laborde, a. L. J., comte de. Exposition unlverselle. 

1851. Beaux-arts. P., 1866. 8* ..... . •4029.20.8 

Contains a study of the Renaissance in Art. 

— Monumens de la France, classes chronologiqne- 

ment. Les dessins faits d'apris nature. P., 

1816, 36. 2 V. F» •26.A.1 

Vol. 2 contains fine plates of the churches and chitcaux 
of France, classified as Byzantine, Ogilvic, and Renais- 
sance. One of the best, for exterior riewi, of the ex- 
amples of the French Renaissance style. 

Laborde, L. E. 8. J. marquit de. La Renaissance 
des arts h, la cour de France. P., 1855. 2 v. 8». 

[Ordered] 

Lacroix, p. Les arts au moyen ftge et k I'epoque de 

la Renaissance. 2e ed. P., 1869. L. 8* . . . •8080il2 

Reviewed in Revue des deux niondes. Dee., USB 
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[7310a.S0.25]. 

— The arts In the middle ages, and at the period of 

the Renaissance. L., 1870. Illus. 8» •8072J 

— Histoire de la vie priv6e des Fran^ais. [Renais- 

sance, 1498-1600, n.smetieq.] P. [1852.] Illus. 

8« •2636.62.1 

— Manners, customs, and dresa during the middle 

ages, and during the Renaissance period. Illus. 

L , 1874 [1873]. L. 8» •2281.48 

— Military and religious life in the middle age* and 

at the period of the Renaisunce. L., 1874. 

Illus. L. 8» •M81.M 

French edition ofthls reviewed In Ou. des beaox-arti,- 
2e p6r. v. 6, p. SI9 [•7."aO» J!0 8]. 

— MoBurs, usages et costumes ati moyen Igc et ft 

I'dpoque de la Renaissance. P., 1871. Illua. 

L_ jjo •0362.3 

Reviewed In Gax. des beaax-arta. ti pirioda, ». 4, p. 
802. Illustrated [TSIOa-W]. 

— Music. A supplement to ArU of the middle 

ages and of the time of the Kcnulaaancc. L., 

1^79. 8* [Announced] 

— Science and literature In the middle ages, and at 

the period of the Renaiaaancc. L., 187«l 
[1877]? Illus. 8m. 4» •.•2220».62 

— Bclcnces and lettres au inoyon ftge et ft lYpoque 

de la Renaissance. P., 1877. Illus. L. »• . •2230«.66 

— ed. Le moy»n Age et la Renaissance. I'm "*J*-^, ,. 

61. 6 V. Illus. 4» •,•8001.15 

Conttnl: — I. Ire parlle. M<mr« et osegee. — 2. 

2eparlle. Sciences et arts; B»lIe«-lettr««. — .'«. Irepoitic 

Mfuurs et usages.- 4. Jepartle. Scleneaaalarts; Ballaa- 

lettre*.— 5. '"lepartie. Beaax-ans. 
" Publi* avec le concoors dat aaranU, de« terlvalns <( 



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dea artistes les plus iminents." Now very rare. Each 
subject is treated by a specialist, and is accompanied 
by a bibliography. This is the most comprehensive work 
on the Renaissance ; the illustrations are largely made up 
of facsimiles of manuscripts in the Bibliotheque na- 
tionale, and from private collections in France. Italian 
art is also represented. 

Laderchi, C. La pittura ferrarese. Ferrara, 1856. 

80 4061.21 

Landon, C. p. Vies et oeuvres dee peintres les plus 
celebres de toutes les ^coles. P., 1811-17. 10 v. 
Outline illustrations. Portrs. 4» *8061.8 

Lanzi, L. History of painting in Italy. From the 
period of the revival of the fine arts to the end 
of the 18th century. Tr. by T. Roscoe. New 
ed. L., 1847. 3 v. Portrs. 8» 828.4 

— Btoria pittorica della Italia dal risorgimento delle 

belle arti fin presso al fine del xvin secolo. 6a 

ed. Milano. 1823. 6 v. Portr. 16» 8079.34 

For contents, see Bates Hall Catalogue. 

— Same. Milano, 1824, 25. 4 v. Portr. [Classici 

italiani del secolo xviii.] 8» *2803.55 

For contents, see Bates Hall Catalogue. 

— Same. Ed. 5a. Firenze, 1845 [Vol. 6, 1834]. 

6v. 8<> 4062.4 

Lastri, M. L'Etruria pittrice, ovvero storia della 

pittura toscana, dal secolo x fino al presente. 

Firenze, 1791-95. 2 v. lUus. F» *8070.10 

Lef^vre, a. Bibliotheque des merveilles. Les mer- 

veilles de I'architecture. P., 1865. Illus. 16<' . 4099.14 
Lenoir, A. Musee des monumens fran9ais. P., 1800- 

21. 8v. Illus. 8» *4086.4 

Lenormant, C. Rabelais et I'architecture de la Re- 
naissance. Restitution de I'abbaye deThelSme. 

P., 1840. 2 pi. 8» 4096.52 

Lescdre, M. F. A. de. Francois ler, 1494-1547. P., 

1878. Illus. Portrs. L. 8» 2640a.65 

A section is devoted to the encouragement given to the 
arts by Francis I., the Renaissance King. 

LetAROUILLY, p. M. Le Vatican et la basilique de 
Saint-Pierre de Rome. Monographic mise en 
ordre par A. Simil. P. [1878.] PI. F« . . *,*C.C.7.1 

" Le Vatican est, sans contredit, I'oeuvre capitale de 
la Renaissance; celle qui atteste au plus haut degr£ la 
transformation complete de I'art du moyan age et r€sum£ 
dans son ensemble, le ginia de tons les maltres de cette 
ipoque: Bramante, Feruzzi, San Gallo, Raphael, 
Michel-Ange." Protp*ctu$. Illustrates in architec- 
tural plans, details, etc., the addition, and interior 
decoration of the Vatican, in different stages. 

Libri-Carucci dali,a Sommaia, Q. B. I. T., conte. 

Histoire des sciences math^matiques en Italie 

depuis la Renaissance jusqu'& la fin du xviie 

sifecle. P., 1835-41. 4 v. 8« 4275.20 

Lindsay, A. W., lord Crawford. Sketches of the 

history of Christian art. L., 1847. 3 v. 8» . 202.0 
LOHAZZO, G. P. Trattato dell' arte della pittura, 

.scultura ed architettura. Roma, 1844. 3 v. S* . 4072.3 
London. Crystal palace. The Renaissance court in 

the Crystal palace. By M. D. Wyatt and J. B. 

Waring. L., 1854. Illus. 12» 4080.S3 

'With a history of the Renaissance style in art, and 
a sketch of exponents. A good manual for the general 
reader. 

Loos, B. Ueber den Slnflnss dar Renaissance auf die 

Entwicklung der Musik. .Basel, 1875. 8» . . 4056.30 

LOUANDRE, C. L. Les arts somptuaires. P., 1857, 58. 

Text, 2 v. ; Plates, 2 v. 4» %*8072.6 

LVEBKE, W. Geschichte der Architektur. [Die 
Renaissance in Italien ; Die Renaissance in den 
tibrigen Landern, v. 2, pp. 633-769.] 4te Aufl. 
Lpz., 1870. 2 v. Illus. 8" 8102.60.2 

— Geschichte der deutachen Renaissance. Stutt- 

gart, 1872. [Kugler. Geschichte d. Baukunst, 

v. 5.] Illus. 8» 4005.60.5 

— Geschichte der Plastik. [Die Bildnerei der neueren 

Zeit. V. 2, p. 625 et leq.] 2te Aufl. Lpz., 

1871. 2 v. Illus. 8» , •A.225.6 

— Grundriss der Kunstgeschichte. [Die Kunst der 

neueren Zeit, p. 443 et sea.] 3te Aufl. Stuttgart, 

1866. Illus. 8» 8074.5 



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July, 

' Shelf. No. 
LuEBKE, W., continued. 

— History of sculpture from the earliest ages to the 

present time. Transl. by F. E. Bunnfett. L., 

1872. 2 V. Illus. 8» 4074.17 

In vol. 2, p. 151, the sculpture of modem times, com- 
mencing with Italian sculpture of the 15th century. 

— Outlines of the history of art. Ed. by Clafence 

Cook. N.Y.,1878. 2 v. Illus. L.8o . . . . *4063.37 

Art of modern times [Renaissance], v. 2, p. 121. 

For American readers this is the best edition of Luebke'i 
History, accompanied as it is with notes, by an American 
art student ; also full references, by Laebke, to autboritiee. 

LuEBKE, W., and Luetzow, C. F. A. von. Monu- 
ments of art, sho'wing its development and 
progress to the present period. [Renaissance, 
V. 2, pi. 1-87. Architecture, Sculpture, Paint- 
ing.] N.Y., n.d. Text, 1 v. S"; Atlas, 2 v. 
F°, obi %*8061.20 

Plates from " Denkm&Ier der Kunst," published at 
Stuttgart in 1860, constantly referied to by Luebkc, in 
his History of art. 

Malvasia, C. C. Felsina pittrice; vlte de' pittori 
bolognesi. • Con aggiunte e note inedite del 
medesimo autore di G. Zanotti. Bologna, 1841. 
2 V. Portrs. S" 4084.S 

Mantz, p. Les chefs-d'oeuvre de la peintureitalieupe. 

P., 1870 [1869]. F« *,*80.M.2 

Principally on the painters firom Qiotto to Tintoretto. 
Traces the rise, progress, and decadence of art in the 
Ilth, 15th, 16th, and 17th centuries. 

Marcbese, V. Memorie del piii insigni pittori, 
Bcultori e arcbitetti domenicanl. Firenze, 1845, 
46. 2 V. Portrs. $' 4087.8 

— Lives of the most eminent painters, 'Sculptors, 

and architects of the Order of St. Dominic. 
Transl. with notes, by C. P. Meehan. DubUn, 

1852. 2v. Portrs. 8» 4088.16 

Masselli, G. II tabernacolo della Madonna d' Orsan- 
michele lavoro insigne di A. Orcagna, e altre 
sculture. Tavole dodlci. Flrenre, 1851. F» . . 8070b.1 

" The best museum of Italian sculpture of the ISth 
century is formed by the external niches of Or Sao 
Michele in Florence, where Qhiberti, Verruchia, and 
others, as well as Oonatello, the principal master, have 
immortalized their names." — Spbimoks. 

Mercuri, p. Costumes historiques des xiie, xine, 
xiTe, et xve siicles, tires des monuments les 
plus autbentiques de peinture et de sculpture. 
Avec texte par C. Bonnard. Nouv. ed. P., 
1860, 61. 3 v. Colored pi. 4» 'CaSLS 

Merlin, R. Origine des cart«a & iouer. P. [1869.] 

PI. 4* ♦•002.0 

Cartes italiennes, pi. 1-29. See note under Willihin 
in this list. 

MISBIRINI, M. Celebritk italiane nell' architettura . 

e pittura. Firenze, 1847. 8« 4087.10 

MOTHES, O. Geschichte der Baukunst und Blld- 
hauerei Venedigs. Lpz., 1857-60. 2 v. Illus. 
L. 8" . .^ [Ordered] 

MuENTZ, E. Les arts k la cour des papea pendant le 
xve et le xvie slide. Vol. 1. P., 1878. [Bi- 
bliotheque des ecoles frangaiaes d'Athdnes et 
de Rome, v. 4.] 8* 2068.61.4 

CoTUtnu. — Ire partie : JIartin V. — Pie n. (1417-1M4.) 
Documents from the secret archives of the pontifical 
treasury; showing the extent of papal patronage of art; 
also the names of architects and artists employed; with 
sketches of their lives and works. Portions of the work 
previously appeared in Oaz. des beaux arts, under title 
of " La Renaissance i la cour des papes." 3a pir., 
V. IS, p. 417, etc. [7820a.fi0.16]. 

— Recherchea sur lee manuscrita arcb^ologiqnea de 

Jacques Grimaldi, archiviste de la Basilique 
du Vatican au 16e siecle. P., 1877. [Biblio- 
theque des Ecoles franfaisea d'Athines et de 
Rome. Vol. 1, p. 226. J 6* . . 2068.61.1 



I 



1879. 

Shelf. No. 
NuovA raccolta dl lettere sulla pittura, scultnra ed 
architettura dei secoli xv a xix. Con note ed 
illustrazioni di M. A. Qualandi, in aggiunta a 
quella data in luce da Bottari e dal Ticozzi. 
Bologna, 1844-66. 3 v. 16» 4077.36 

Ottley, W. G. a series of plates, engraved after 
the paintings and sculptures of most eminent 
masters of the Florentine school, to illustrate 
the history of the restoration of the arts of de- 
sign in Italy. L., 1826. F» *8070a.ll 

Palladio, a. (Euvres completes. Nouv. 6d., par 
Chapuy, Correard et Lenoir. P., 1842. 2 v. 
Illus. F» *4100.16 

— Le fabbriche e i disegni, raccolti ed illustrati da 

O. B. Scamozzi. Con tavole. 2a ed. Vicenza, 

1786. 4 V. Portr. F" *4080.2 

— First book of architecture. 6th ed. L., 1700. 

PI. 8m. 4» *4096.9 

See note under Vignola in this list. 

Palubtre, L. La Renaissance en France. P., 1879. 
3 V. Illus. 4". [Announced to appear Feb., 
1879.] [Ordered] 

Pascoli, L. Vite de' pittori, scultori, ed architetti 

perugini. Roma, 1732. 8» *4081.13 

Passavant, J. D. Le peintre-graveur. Contenant 
I'histoire de la gravure sur bois [etc.] , jusque 
vers la lin du XVI si^cle. Lpz., 1860-64. 6 v. in 3. 
8» *8066.6 

Passeri, G. B. Vite de' pittori, scultori ed architetti 
che anno lavorato in Roma, morti dal 1641 fin 
al 1673. Roma, 1772. 4» 8063.1 

Pater, W. H. The Renaissance. Studies in art and 

poetry. 2d ed. L., 1877. 80 4077.70 

Diffel-s from the first ed. [4079.55], in the addition of 
the story of Abelard and Heloise, and the slight con- 
densation of the last cliapter. 

— Studies in the history of the Renaissance. L., 

1873. 8» 4079.55 

Fater considers that the true spirit of the Renaissance 
is shown in the French literature of the I2lh and 13th 
centuries, and thatthe Italian Renaissance writersdrew 
their inspiration from that source. Acting on this hy- 
pothesis, lie commences by giving an outline and study 
of the beautiful story of Aucassin and NicoUete [21)02.56]. 
For early French literature, consult the Bibliotheque 
Elzfevcrienne [2669.1, etc.]. 

Pattison, E F. The Renaissance of art In France. 

Illus. L., 1879. 2 V. 80 4065.47 

Percier, C., and Fontaine, P. F. L. Choix des 
plus cel^bres maisons de plaisance do Rome et 
de ses environs. P., 1809. Illus. F" .... *4050.5 

Villa Medici, built by A. Lippi about 1550; Villa d! 
Papa Giulio, designed by Michael Angelo, 1550; Villa 
d'Este, and others. 

Perkins, C. C. Italian sculptors. L.,1868. Illus. 8« . 8081.1 

— Tuscan sculptors. With illus. L.,1864. 2 v. 4» . *8061.2 
Peyer im Hof, J. F. Die Renaissance- A rchitektur 

Italiens. 135 lithographischen Tafeln. Lpz., 

1870. L. 8« [Ordered] 

Ffnor, R. Le mobilier de la couronne et des grandes 
collections publiques et particuliferes du xiiie 
au Xixe si^cle. P. [1874.] 32 Pl. 9 folded 
• plans. L. 4'> V4090.66 

— Monographic du Chateau d'Anet, construit par 

Philibert de I'Orme en 1548. [fitude sur la Re- 
naissance francaise. pp. 34-44.] P., 1867. Illus. 
F» ^-i^O.A.l 

The Chiteau d'Anet, built for Diana de Poitiers, is in 
the style of the Italian Renaissance. See also Rousscll. 
Description du Chiteau d'Anet [2660.50]. 

— Monographie du Chateau de Heidelberg. Accom- 

pagnee d'un texte historique, par D. Ramee. P., 

1859. Illus. [Chateaux de la Renaissance.] F» . *80.H.l 

V " Heidelberg castle, built by Heinrichsbau, 15.MI-59, ii 
one of the earliest examples of the Renaissance style in 
Germany." — Wtatt. 

— Monographie du palais de Fontalnebleau. Ac- 

compagnee d'un texte historiqtie. par Champol- 
lion-Figeac. P., 1863. 2 v. Illus. [Chateaux 
de la Ri^najssonce.] F* ♦SO.J.l 



RENAISSANCE 

Shelf. No. 
PiSTOtEBi, B. II Vaticano descritto ed illoBtrato. 

Roma, 1829-38. 8 v. F» *8040.14 

See note under Letarouilly in this list. 

PuGiN, A., and Le Keux, J. and H. Specimens 
of the architectural antiquities of Normandy. 
Edited by J. Britton. [With historical and de- 
scriptive essays.] L., 1847. 80 pl. 4* . . . .•4101.4 

Elemtions, facades, columns, etc. " Among others 
the Facade of the Hotel Bourgtheroulde [pi. 55] affords 
an excellent idea of the Reiiaissano* style prevalent in 
France during the reign of Francis I." 

Pl.'Non,EONl, L. Memorla intorno alia vlU ed alle 

opere di Bramante. Roma, 1836. Portr. 8* . . 4005.23 

QuATREMfeRE DE QuiNCY, A. C. Hlstoire de la vie 
et des ouvrages des plus c^l^bres arcbitectes 
du xie siftcle jusqu'k la fin du xviu. P., 1830. 
2 v. PI. 8» 40M.6T 

Raccolta di riproduzioni di scssanta disegni origl. 
nali dei piii grand! artisti italiani. Venezia, 
1877. F» •♦•85.K.1 

Racinet, a. L'omement polychrome. P. [1873.] 

Illus. F» •WrOa.lS 

Rah^e, D. Histoire g^n^rale de I'architectare. [Li- 
vre 3. Renaissance et temps modernes, v. 2, 
pp. 1159-1216.] P., 1860,62. 2 v. Illus. 8». . . •4102.1S 

— Le moyen age, monumental et arch^logique. P., 

1843. 4 V. F« •4050.17 

Lithographs of churches, etc., many in the style of 
th« Renaissance, in all countries. Arranged alphabeti- 
cally by countries, and in chronological order. 

Ranalli, F. Storia della pittura dal sac rlsorgi- 
mento in Italia dimostrata cot monument! della 
R. galleria d! Firenze. Flrenze, 1841-67. 97 pl. 
F» • K.D.3.1 

Redmont, a. von. Andrea del Sarto. Mit einem 
Grundriss des Vorhofs der Servitenkircbe in 
Florenz. Lpz., 1835. 12* 8080.4 

Ricci, A., marchese. Memorie storiche delle arti e 
degli artist! della marca di Ancona Macerata, 
1834. 2 V. 8» 4087.6 

— Storia dell' architettura in Italia dal secolo iv al 

XVlll. Modena, 1857. 3 v. 8» 4106.15 

RiCHA, G. Notizle Istoriche delle chicso florentine. 

Firenze, 1754-62. 10 v. Illus. 8m. 4» . . . •4720a.l 

In vol. 7, the history of the church of Santa Haria del 
flore, with an account of Brunellesehl. 

RiDOiiFi, C. Le maraviglie dell' arte, owero le vlt« 
degli illustri pittori veneti. 2a ed. Padova, 
1835-37. 2v. Portrs. 8» 4087.9 

Rio, a. F. De I'art chreUen. Nouv. 6i. P., 1861. 

4v. 6" 4076.2 

Rio treau of the Art of the middle ages and Renaii- 
sance by schools, commencing with the Siennese, 
and devotes chapters 4 and 6, pp. 207-400, in vol. 1, to 
" La Renaissance et les MMicis," and in t. 2, chaps. 6 
and 7, to " La Renaissance et la papauti." Reviewed In 
Vinet's L'art et arch*ologir, pp. 355-'«8 [4070.45]. 

— The poetry of Cliristian art. L., 1854. Illui. 8* . 8067.18 

This is a condensed translation of his " D« l'art ehr*- 
tien." 

Robertson, J. F. The great painters of Christen, 
dom from Cimabue to Wilkle. Illus. L. 
[1877.] 4* •,•4078.66 

BOBAULT DE Fleury, Q. Le I^tran au moyen kgv. 
A. D. 314-1758. P., 1877. Text, 2 v. 8»; Alia*. 

ipo . * •47M.T0 

La Toscane au moyen ige. I.*ttre« sur I'arobl. 

tecture civile et militaire en 1400. P., 1873. 

2 V. Illus. 8« 4098.66 

ReviewM in ZettwUirift nir bildendr KuiuC. v. 10, pp. 
26-28 [6071.50.10]. 

ROBENOARTEN, A. A handbook of archlKvtural 
styles. [Architecture of the Rcnalsaancc, 
p 372 et »«■(/.] Transl. from the Uerman. 
With Illus. L., 1878 [1877]. 8* 4097.9 

ROSINI, G. Storia delln plltura iullana, eapoaU col 

monumentl. Pisa, 183S-47. Text. W. 8«; 

Atlas, Plates. 3 v. F» . . T«xt, 4062.3; Atlas, •4060.4 

Rossi, Q. I- La llbrerin Medlcoo-laurenzlana. Ar- 
chitettura dl MIchelagnolo BuonarruoU. FJ- 
renzc, 1789. Illus. P* •4100.9 



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KENAISSANCTB 

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BOBSO, G. del. Rlcerche storico-arcbitettbniche sopra 
il singolariasimo. terapio di San Giovanni an- 
nesso alia Metropolitana di Firenze. Firenze, 
1820. Folded plan. 8» 8094.2 

RODSSEli, P. D. Histoire et deBcription du Chateau 

d'Anet. P., 1875. lUus. 40 *2660.50 

RUMOHR, C. F. (L. F.) von. Italienische Forschungen. 

Berlin, 1827,31. 3 v. 8» 4079.60 

RuNGE, L. Der Gliickenthurm des Doms zu Florenz, 
nebst Entwurf zur Westfagade des Boms. 2te 
Ausg. Berlin. [1853.1 F» *»*8100.19 

RU8KIN, J. Ariadne FlorenUna. N.T., 1874. lUus. 

12» 2o79a.75 

— Stones of Venice. [Renaissance period in v. 

3.J With illus. drawn by the author. L., 

1863. 3v. S* *4092.7.3 

See Bates Hall Catalogue for other editioni. 

Saulct, L. F. J. C. de. ]^Iement8 de I'histolre des 
ateliers monetaires du royaume de France 
depuis Philippe-Auguste jusqu'i Frangois ler 
inclusivement. P., 1877. 4'> 2631.10 

— Histoire numismatique du r^gne de Frangois ler. 

P., 1876. Illus. 8» 2631.53 

Sauvageot, C. Palais, chateaux, hStels et maisons 
de France, du xve au xvinesifecle. P., 1867. 
4 v. PI. F" *»*8100.6 

Facades, pillars, arches, interior decoration and 
architectural detail ; the subjects arranged chronologi- 
cally with descriptive text. 

SCAHOZZI, V. Architettura universale. Con alcune 
annotazioni da B. Orsini. Perugia, 1803. 
3v.ini. Illus. 8» 4093.16 

See note nndcr Vignola in this list 

BcHNAASE, C. Geschichte der bildenden Kiinste. 

2te Aufl. Dusseldorf, 1866-76. 7 v. Illus. 8« . ♦4076.13 
BcHREiBER, G. Renaisaance-Ornamente in Zeich- 

nungen. Carlsruhe. [1870.] F* *8084.2 

Friezes, wall decoration. 

SCHUETZ, — . Die Renaissance in Italien. Sammlung 
werthvollsten Ornamente in cbronologischer 
Folge. Hamburg^ 1878. S" [Ordered] 

Selvatico, P. E. Sulla architettura e sulla scultura 
in Venezia dal medio evo sino ai nostri giorui. 
Venezia, 1847. Illus. 8» 4073.3 

— Sulla cappellina degli Scrovegui nell' arena di 

Padova e sui freschi di Giotto. Padova, 1836. 

PI. 8» 8075.9 

Seroux d'Agincol'rt, J. B. L. G. Histoire de I'art 
par les nionumens, depuis sa decadence au ive 
sifecle jusqu'i son renouvellement au xvie. 
P., 1823. 6 V. Illus. F" *4080.1 

Serradifalco, D. Lo F. Pietrasauta, duca di. Del 
duomo di Monreale e dialtre chiese siculo nor- 
manne. Palermo, 1838. Illus. F» •8100.4 

Shaw, H. Illuminated ornaments selected from 
manuscripts and early printed books from the 
6th to the 17th centuries. With descriptions. 
L., 1833. 4<' •♦G.21.3 

South Kensington museum. Ancient and modern 
furniture and woodwork. Described, with an 
introduction, by J. H. Pollen. [Renaissance, 
p. xciii et »eq.] L., 1874. Illus. 8» .... *4093.52 

— A descriptive catalogue of the bronzes of Euro- 

pean origin. [The use of bronze in Mediaeval 
and Renaissance sculpture, p. Ixxviii, et sea.] 
L., 1876. Illus. 8<> *4074.77 

— Italian sculpture of the middle ages and period of 

the revival of art. Descriptive catalogue, by' 

J. C. Robinson. L., 1^62. Illus. 8' . . . . *4074.53 

Springer, A. von. Italian art. An historical sketch. 
[Middle ages and Renaissance. In Baedeker's 
Italy. Handbook for travellers, v. 1. pp. 23- 
57.] Lpz., 1874. 12» . . .2736.52.1 

Steniihai,, »«<ud. Se« Beyle, M. H. 

SmoNDB, J. A. Renaissance in Italy. Fine arts. 

L., 1877. 8» 2722.51.3 

Reviewed in Sat. Rev., July 21, 1877, p. 912 [7191.1]; 
Academy, Aug., 1S77, p. 122[7.'W0a.2]; Architect, July 
1, 1877, p. 4 [6972.1.18]; Reviewed at length with 
references, in Dublin review, Jan., 1878 [5207.1], under 
title of " Renaissance and liberty "; see also a review 
in Westminster review, Oct., 1877, p. 351 [3166.1 J2]. 

— Sketches in Italy and Greece. L., 1874. 8" . . 2769.59 



July, 



Taine, H. a. Italy, Rome and Naples. N.Y., 1868. 

8» .4763.16 

Include philosophical studies on Renaissance art as 
exhibited in these places. 

— Philosophy of art. Art in Italy. If.Y., 1875. 

12" 8069a.32 

Teirich, V. Bronzen aus der Zeit der ilalienischen 

Renaissance. Wlen, 1877. Illus. F» . . . %*C.C.2.2 

Sj>ecimens of candelabra, lamps, doors, locks, etc, 
from the works of Ghiberti, Luca della Robbia, and 
others from churches, etc., in Favia, Florence, and 
Venice. 

Toiler, C. Die Renaissance in Italien. Architek- 
tonisches Skizzenbuch. Nebst erlSuterndem 
Text. Lpz., 1863-67. F» [^Ordered] 

TRfiSOR de numismatique et de glyptique. Medaillos 
frangaises, depuis le r6gne de Charles vil jusqu' 
a celui de Louis xvi. P., 1830. PI. F» . V6250.1.12 

— Same. Medailles coulees et ciselees en Italie aux 

xve et XVie sifecles. P., 1834. PI. F» . . *»*6250.1.8,9 

YAL.ENTINI, A. La basilica vaticanaillustrata. Roma, 

1845, 55. 2 V. F« •4050.11 

Contains drawings in detail ; also outline engravings 
of works of art. Raphael's Bible is represented in vol. 

2. Volpato's engravings from the paintings in the 
Lioggie are in the Tosti coll. — ®.C. 3.3. 

Valle, G. della. Storia deldnomodiOrvieto. Roma, 
1791. Text, Iv. 40; Atlas, Text, 1 v. *D. 

3. M. 2 ; F» Atlits, *D.3.N.2 

The atlas contains engravings from sculptures by 
Niccolo Pisano and from paintings of Luca Signorelli. 
For criticisms, see a chapter on Orvieto, in Symonda' 
sketches [2769.59]. 

VA8ARI, G. Opere. Firenze, 1822-23. 6 v. Portrs. 

go ... 40S7.8 

For contents see Bates Hall catalogue. 

— Leben der ausgezeichnetsten Maler, Bildhauer und 

Baumeister, von Cimabue bis zum Jahre 1567. 
Aus dem italienischen. Stuttgart, 1832-49. 6 v. 
in 8. Illus. 8» *8076.9 

— Lives of the most eminent painters, sculptors, 

and architects. Tr. by Mrs. J. Foster. L., 
1850-52. 5 V. Portrs. 8» 848.6 

— Le vite de' piii eccellenti pittori, scultori e archi- 

tetti. Firenze, 1870. 14 v. 8» . . . [Ordered] •4079.4 

Vasari's statements aie often inaccurate, but his 
work has formed the basis for almost all later general 
histories of painting, and he gives the stories of the 
artists as they were accepted at the time he wrote. 

VlABDOT, L. Wonders of Italian art. [Painting at 
the time of the Renaissance, etc.] L., 1»70. 

Illus. 80 8065.12 

With a risumi of the history of art in the middle 
ages and Renaissance. 

Vignola, G. B. da. Regola delli cinque ordini d'ar- 

chitettura. Romae, 1602. Illus. F» . . . .•4100.17 

" Falladio, Vignola, and Scamozzi were no less ambi- 
tious as authors than as architects; their minute analy- 
sis of antique treatises on the art of construction led to 
the formation of exact rules for the treatment of the five 
classic orders."— StmondS. 

Vinci, L. da. Trattnto della pittura, tratto da un 
codice della bibl. vaticana. Disegni. Roma, 
1817. 2 V. Portr. 4» •4061.1 

ViNET, E. L'art et I'arch^ologie. [Le moyen age 

et la Renaissance, pp. 355-393.] P.,1874. 8» . .4076.65 

ViOLLET-LE-Duc, E. E. Dictionnaire raisonn^ dn 
mobilier frangais de I'epoque carlovingienne k 
la Renaissance. P., 1871-7o. 6 r. Illus. 8» . *4095.62 
— An essay on the military architecture of the 

middle ages. Oxford, 1860. Illus. 8» . . . . 3955.72 

V18CHER, R. Luca Signorelli und die italienische 

Renaissance. Lpz., 1879. 8» [Ordered] 

ViTET, L. fitudes sur I'histoire de l'art. 3e-4e 

air. Temps modernes. P. ,1864. 2 v. 12« . 40>8.18.3,4 



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. „ Shelt. bio. 

ViTRUViDS PoLLio, M. Architectura. Textu ex 
recensione codicum emendato cum exercitation- 
ibu8 notisque novissimis J. Poleni et commen- 
tarns variorum, additis nunc primum studiis 8 
Btratico. Utini, 1825-30. 8 v. in 4. Portr. PI. 4<>.*8103.62 

The propriety of citing this work U apparent in view 
of the fact tliat Vitruvius codified the principles of 
antique architecture, on wliich the Renaissance style 
is based, and which is closely imitated in the works of 
the later architects of the Renaissance. 



Waring, J. B. Examples of stained glass, fresco 
ornament, marble and enamel inlay, and -wood 

inlay. L., 1858. lUus. F<> ***4070.60 

The arts connected with architecture illustrated by 
examples in Central Italy from the 13th to the 15th 
century. 

Waking, J. B., ond Macquoid, T. R. Examples of 
architectural art in Italy and Spain. L., 1850. 

F° *4060.2 

Italian and Spanish architecture of the Renaissance 
style is here illustrated by lithographs on a large scale. 

Weale, J., ed. Works of early masters in Christian 
decoration. With examples of ancient painted 
and stained glass. L., 1846. 2 v. Illus. F"> . ***4060.1,2 

WrLLEMlN, N. X., and Pottieb, A. A. Monuments 
fran9ais inedits pour eervir i I'histoire des arts 
depuis le vie sifecle jusqu'au commencement du 
xviie [etc.]. P., 1839. 2 v. Illus. F" . . ***4630.60 

WtLESHiRE, W. H. A descriptive catalogue of play- 
ing and other cards in the British museum, 
accompanied by a general history of the sub- 
ject. 1876. Illus. 8<> *4003.60 

It is claimed that'playing-cards originated in Italy 
in the 14th century. According to Burckhardf, card 
games were in vogue, and very popular in the Italian 
society of the Renaissance. See v. 2, p. 150 of Burck- 
hardt'a Renaissance in Italy [2723.52]. 



RENAI SSANCE 

■nr „, ^ Shelf. No. 

WiLLSHiRE, W. H., continued. 

— An introduction to tho study of ancient orinta 

2d ed. L., 1877. 2 v. Illus. 8" ..... . •4074.76 

A large space is devoted to the Italian school of 
engravers in the 15th and 16th centuries. 5« note in 
Bulletin, No. 30, p. 267. 

WOETMANN, A. Geschichte der Malerei. Die Ma- 

lerei des Mittelalters und der Neuzelt. Ldz 

1878. nius. 8» i^ojj (2 

Woods, Joseph. Letters of an architect, from France 

Italy, and Greece. L., 1828. 2 v. Illus. 4*. . M000.20 
Woods Is cited in Murray's Handbook to Italy, as an 

authority in Renaissance architecture. 
WORNUM^ R. N. The epochs of painting. [The Re- 

naissance, pp. 86-155.] L., 18M. Illus. 8« . . 8062 4 
Wyatt, M. D. Metal work and artistic desijrn. L . 

1852. F« f . _ 14060.14 

Finely illustrated by chromolithographs, containing 

specimens of Italian metal work, artistic locks, chalices, 

ecclesiastical ornaments, etc. 

— Renaissance and Italian periods, (/n Owen 

Jones' Grammar of ornament. L.. 1858. 3 v 

100 pi. F») ♦,♦4070.6 

— Same. L., 1868. Illus. F» ♦,♦8060.62 

Reduced from the first edition [4070.5], which con- 
tained 100 plates. The colors are somewhat changed. 

Yriarte, C. Venise. Hlstoire, art, Industrie, la villa, 
la vie. 525 gravures. [Renaissance, p. 79 

et eeq.] P., 1878 [1877]. F« . ♦,^47fla.6 

Contains illustrations of the Renaissance architectura 
in public buildings. 

Zanetti, a. M. Delia plttura veneziani. Ed. 2a. 

Venezia, 1792. 2 v. 16" ♦4086.6 

Zanotto, F. II palazzo ducale di Venezia illustrate. 

2a ed. Venezia, 1853-60. 3 v. Illus. 4". . . . ♦4731.3 

— Pinacoteca veneta ossia raccolta del migliori 

dipinti delle chlese di Venezia. Venezia, 1858. 

2 V. Portrs. Illus. 8'' ♦8071.11 



Periodicals. 



The following are some of the articles in periodicals on the art of the Renaissance, 
periodicals referred to. 



Other articles may be found in the 



^rcW<ec<. — F. H. Sutton. On Renaissance glsiss. July 7, 1877, p. 9. ♦6972.1.18. 

Art, v. — R. Menard. La gravure en mfidailles sous la Renaissance fran^aise. v. 1, pp. 49, 78, 112, 137, 185. ♦7350.2.1. 

Blaetter fur KUnstgewerbe. — Hauser. Die Mobel der Renaissance, v. 6, pp. 5, 9 ; — C von Luetzow. Archltektur und 
Malerei in der italienischen Renaissance, v. 2, pp. 1, 17. *8070.54. 

Building News. — Principles of Renaissance architecture. Aug. 24, 1877, p. 69. ♦7360a.l.83. 

Gazette des beaux-arts. — G. Adda, marquis d'. Art et Industrie au 16" sidclc. 2" p6r. v. 14, pp. 97, 442; — Anatole 
de Montaiglon. La sculpture frangaise k la Renaissance. 2» p6r. v. 12, p. 385 ; — li. de Beaumont. Do I'art industriel de 
I'armurier et du fourbisseur en Europe, depuis I'antiquite jusqu'au xvii" si^cle. v. 22, pp. 6, 154; — A. Darcel. Art* In- 
dustriels de l'antiquit6 et du moyen age. Les mosaiques. v. 1, pp. 81, 152; — Same. Une encyclopedic de« art* industricls du 
moyen age et de la Renaissance, v. 19, pp. 120, 248; — /Sawie. Exposition universclle, 1878: Le moyen Ige et la lienaia- 
sance au Trocadero. Les ivoires — Les faiences italiennes [etc.] 2» p6r. v. 18, pp. 274, 969; — 5am«. Mus6e rutrospccUf. 
Le moyen age et la Renaissance. Les niellcs et les 6maux. v. 19, p. 607; v. 20, p. 48; — Same. Le moyen Age. La ■culpt< 
nre. v. 19, p. 289 ; — Same. Le bronze. — La bijouterie. — L'orftvrerie. — La ferronnerle. v. 19, p. 427 ; — Same. Renais- 
sance de I'orfovrerie du moyen &ge. v. 4, pp. 224, 288 ; — Same. [Review of] Inventaire des -jneubles de Catherine de Mi- 
dicis en 1689, par E. Bonnaffe. 2« p6r. v. 10, p. 185 ; — H. Delaborde. La gravure florentlne au xv» ti&cle. 2* pdr. v. 7, pp. 6, 
89 ; — G. Demay. Les sceaux du moyen age. 2» p6r. v. 8, p, 337, etc. ; — B. FiUon. Les m^'dailleuri italiena des xv et x vi« 
si^cles. 2» p6r. v. 19, p. 369; — J. Houdoy. Les artistes de la Renaissance en Flandre. 2« p<;r. v. 6, p. 616, and v. 6, p. 170, 
etc. ; — A. Jacquemart. Musee r^trospectif . La Renaissance et les temps modernes. Tcrres vernlssdes, mnJoll<lue»> faiences. 
V. 19, p. 385, etc. ; — Same. Notice des faiences peintcs italieimcs, hiepano-moresqucs ct ft-an^alses du Mus6c do la Konait- 
sance. v. 18, p. 85; — <Sam«. La porcelalne des M^dicis. v. 4, p. 275; — J. Labarte. DlMertation sur I'abandon de la glyp- 
tiqne en Occident au moyen ftge et sur I'dpoque de la Renaissance de cct art. 2« p<ir. v. 4, p. 882; — P. Mantz. Hus^e ritro- 
spectif. La Renaissance et les temps modernes. Bijouterie. — Ilorologerle. v. 19, p. 469 ; — 5am«. Same. Brontea. — Marbre*. 
♦-Torres cuites [etc.]. v. 19, p. 326 ; — ASome. Same. Midaillee. — Meubles. — Taplsseriea. v. 19, p. 646 ; — 5am«. Lm 
portraits historiques au Trocad6ro. [Paris. Expos, univ; 1878.] 2« pdr. v. 18, p. 857; — E. Muentz. Lea architectea de 
Balnt-Plerre. 1447-1549. 2« pdr. v. 19, p. 368; — Same. La Renaissance i la cour des papea. [Embodied in " Lea arU k la 

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AMERICAN NI1"WSPAPERS July, 

cour des papes" 2953.61.4] 2« per. v. 15, p. 417; v. 16, p. 98; — Same. La tipisserie k Rome au xv« si^cle. 2" per. 
V. 14, p. 173; — E. Piot. Les medailles, les m^daillons et les plaquettea de la RenaieEance. 2* per. v. 18, p. 1049; — Same, 
[Renaissance.] La sculpture i I'exposition retrospective du Trocadero. [Paris. Erpos. univ. 1878.] 2« per. v. 18 , pp. 576, 
811 ; — A. Vallet de Virlville. Notice de quelques manuscrits pr^cieux sous le rapport de Tart du xv« siecle. v. 20, p. 453, 
etc. ; — C. Yriarte. Les arts &. la cour des Malatesta au xv sifecle. (1400-1468.) 2« per. v. 19, p. 19. *7320a.50. 

Revue archeologique. — E. Muentz. Les anciennes basiliques et eglises de Roine au xv« siecle. Documents in^dits 
sur les travaux qui out et6 executes depuis Martin v jusqu'a Sixte iv. Juillet, 1877. v. 34, p. 18; — Same. Essai sur 
I'histoire des collections italiennes d'antiquites depais les debuts de la Renaissance jusqu'a la mort du pape Paul ii. June, 
1879. V. 37, p. 45; — Same. Inventalre des camees antiques de la collection du pape Paul ii. Oct., Nov., 1878, pp. 154. 
203; — F. de Sanlcy. Examen des monnaies contenues dans une tirelire du xv« sifecle. Dec, 1878, p. 208. *2237.50. 

Zeittchrift fur bildende Kunst. — W. Luebke. Znr italieniscben Kunstgeschichte. vol. 5, p. 292; — Same. Re- 
naissance-Skulptur in Oberitalien. Mit Abbildungen. v. 6, pp. 29-48: — Same. [Review of] Semper's Uebersicht 
der Geschichte toskanischer Skulptur bis gegen das Ende des xiv Jahrhunderts. v. 6, pp. 314-316; — C. Schnaase. 
Die itallenische Renaissance. [Skulptur.] v. 2, pp. 156-166; — <Sa»i«. Die Renaissance in Frankreich. [Architektur.] 
Mit Abbildungen. v. 4, pp. 295-309 ; — V. Teirich. Das Grabmal in .der toskanischen Friihrenaissance. Mit Abbildungen, 
v. 6, pp. 193-202; v. 5, pp. 260-268. *6071.50. 

Bevue des deux tnondes. — E. Renan. L'art du moyen &ge et les causes de sa decadence. JulUet, 18S2, p. 203. *3375.1.40. 



American Newspapers. 

The following list of newspapers published in the last century is given, not only as an nid to students, but especially 
with the hope that the friends of the Library will assist in making the files of such publitations as complete as possible. 

American Apollo, Boston. (N. R. H. 44.) 1 792, Oct. 5 to Dec. 31 ; 1793 ; 1794, all except Jan. 16, June 26. 

American herald, Boston, Worcester. (D. R. B. 2. N. R. I. 28.) 1784, all except Jan. 5, 12, May 17, Nov. 8; 1787, 
Oct. 22; 1789, July 23, Oct. 8. 

American Mehccry, Hartford. (W. R. C. 12.) 1791, all except Jan. 1 to March 28, May 23, June 13, 20, July 11, Oct. 
3, 10, Nov. 14, 21; 1792, all except Jan. 9, 16, 23, Feb. 6, March 5, April 23, 30, May 14, 28, June 25, Oct. 1, 8, 15, 29, Nov. 19, 
26, Dec. 3; 1793, all except Jan. 14, 21, Feb. 4, March 11, 18, April 15, 22, May 6, 13, 27, June 3, 17 to Dec. 31. 

BOBTON CHRONiq^E. (N. R. H. 27.) 1767, all except Dec. 21 to 28; 1768, all except April 4 to 11, May 2 to 9, July 18 
to 25. Aug. 29 to Sept. 2, Nov. 7 to 14 ; 1769 ; 1770, March 5. . , 

Boston commercial gazette. (D. R. A. 8.) 1795, Sept. 28, Oct. 5; 1796, Aug. 15, Dec. 22; 1797, June 19, July 24; 
1798, July 26, Aug. 16, 30, Sept. 3, Oct. 4, 8 ; 1799, all except Jan. 3, 10, 21, ?4, March 18, April 4, 11, 15, 25 to May 2, 13 to Aug. 
8, 15 to 29, Sept. 5, 12, 16, 23, 30 to Oct. 21, 28 to Dec. 2, 9 to 31. 

Boston evening post. (N. R. H. 55.) 1741, June 1, 22, 29, July 20 to Oct. 5, 19 to Dec. 14; 1743, all except Jan. 3; 
1744, all except Jan. 16, 23, 30, Feb. 27, June 4, 18, 25, July 9, 16, 30, Aug. 6, 27, Oct. 8, Dec. 10, 17, 24, 31 ; 1745, all except 
Jan, 7, 28, Feb. 25, April 1, 22, 29, May 13, July 1, Sept. 16, Dec. 16, 30; 1746, all except Jan. 6, 13, Nov. 24; 1747, all except 
Jan. 5, March 16; 1748, all except Dec. 12, 26; 1749, all except Jan. 2, 9, April 1", June 5, Sept. 4, Nov. 20, Dec. 11, 18, 25; 
1750, all except Jan. 1, 8, 15, Feb. 5, May 7, June 4, 18, 25, July 16, Oct. 1 ; 1751, all except Jaii. 7, 14, July 8, 15, 22, Dec. 9,16, 

23, 30; 1752, all except Feb. 24, March 9, 16, 23 to July 20, Dec. 18, 25; 1754, all except Jan. 7, 14, June 3, July 1, Sept. 9; 
1755, all except Jan. 6, 13, April 14, June 2, Sept 15, 22, Oct. 13, Nov. 10, Dec. 22; 1766, all except Sept. 6, Oct. 25, Dec. 6, 20, 
27; 1757, April 4, Sept. 5; 1758, Feb. 20, 27, March 13, 27, May 15, July 24; 1759, May 7, Oct. 8, Nov. 5; 1760, all except Feb. 
11, 18, March 10, 17, 24, 31, April 14, 21, 28, May 12, 19, 26, June 16, 30 to Aug. 11, Sept. 1, 8, 15, 29 to Dec. 31 ; 1781, Feb. 8, 
March 16, July 20, Aug. 31 ; 1762, March 22, 29, April 19, July 5, Aug. 9, 30, Dec. 6; 1763, all except Jan. 3, 17, Feb. 7, 21, 
March 21, 28, April 18, May 16, 23, June 27, July 11 to Sept. 26, Oct. 10 to Dec. 31 ; 1764, Feb. 6, 13, March 5, June 4; 1765, 
Nov. 4; 1766, all except Jan. 1 to Feb. 3, 17, 24, March 10 to April 14, May 5 to July 28, Aug. 11 to Sept. 1, 22 to Oct 13, 27, 
Nov. 10, 17, 24, Dec. 8, 15, 22, 29; 1767, all except Jan. 5,12, 19, Feb. 2, 9, 16, 23, March 16 to April 27, May 11 to June 8, 22,29, 
July 13, Aug. 3, 10, 31 to Nov. 23, Dec. 6, 13, 20, 27; 1768, all except Jan. 4, 25 to March 7, 21, April 4, 11, May 23, July 4, 
Aug. 29, Sept. 12, 19, 26, Oct. 10, 17, 24, Nov. 21, 28; 1769, all except March 20, June 26, Nov. 20; 1770, all except Feb. 12 to 
March 5, 19, 26, May 21, July 9, Sept. 17, Oct 22; 1771, all except April 1, Aug. 12, Sept. 2, 9, Dec. 16, 23; 1772, all except Feb. 
10, March 9, 30, April 6, May 26, June 8, 29 to Aug. 3, Oct. 26, Nov. 9, Dec. 7; 1773, all except Jan. 25, June 14, Aug. 16, 
Dec. 13, 20; 1774, all except Jan. 24, 31, March 14, 28, June 20, July 25, Aug. 1, Dec. 26; 1775, Jan. 23 to April 17. 

Boston gazette. (D. R. A. 6.) 1722, July 30; 1741, April 20, Nov. 17; 1743, March 8, 29, April 5, 12, May 17,24, Aug. 
2; 1744, May 29, June 12, 19, Aug. 7, 14, 28, Sept. 4, 11, 18, 25, Oct. 16, 30, Nov. 6, 13, 20, 27; 1747, all except Jan. and Feb., 
March 10, Nov. 17, Dec. 29 ; 1748, Feb. 9, 23, March 8, 15, 22, 29, April 19, 26, May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, June 7, July 5, 12, Aug. 2, 

16, 30, Sept. 27; 1749, Jan. 10, 17, Feb. 14, 21, 28, March 7, April 4, July 4, Aug. 15, 22, Sept. 12, 19, 26, Oct. 24; 1750, July 10, 

17, 24; 1751, March 5, April 16, May 28, Sept. 24. 

Boston gazette. (D. R. A. 6.) 1753, Jan. 16, 23 to Feb. 27, March 13 to April 10, 24 to May 8, 29, Nov. 13. 
Boston gazette or country journal. (D. R. A. 7.) 1756, Oct. 20; 1759, Aug. 6; 1760, all except Feb. 18, March 17, 

24, May 12, 26, June 2, 23, July 21, Aug. 4, Sept. 8, 15, Oct. 13, Dec. 1 ; 1761, Nov. 30; 1763, April 18; 1764, Jan. 23, July23; 
1766, May 12; 1768, Feb. 29, April 18, 26, May 30, July 18, 25, Aug. 1, 22, Sept. 5, 12, 26, Oct. 3, 17, Dec. 12, 19, 26; 1769, all 
except Feb. 6, 27, March 6, April 3, 10, May 1, 15, June 19, July 3 to 31, Sept. 18, Oct. 23, Nov. 6, 20, Dec. 18, 26; 1770, Feb. 
26, March 12; 1771, Jan. 28, June 10, 24, Dec. 30; 1772, Jan. 6, April 20; 1773, Feb. 22, April 5, May 17, Oct. 4; 1774, May 2% 
Dec. 12; 1775, Jan. 2, 9, 16, 30, Feb. 6, 13, 20, March 6, 13, 27, April 10 to July 31, Aug. 14, Sept. 11 to Oct. 9, 30, Nov. 20, 27; 
1776,aU except Feb. 5, 26, July 1, 22, Oct. 14, 21, Nov. 11 ; 1777, all except Jan. 6, 27, Nov. 17, Dec. 1 ; 1778, all except Jan. 6, 19, 

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Feb. 2, 16, 23, Marclf 16, 23, 30, April 13 to Aug. 3, 17 to 31, Oct. 19, Nov. 16 to Dec. 28; 1779, all except Feb. 8, March 1, May 
24, June 7, 21, 28, Aug. 23,30; 1780,all except Jan. 3, Feb. 1.4, 28, March 13, April 24, May 22, Aug. 7, 14, 28, Sept. 11, 18, Oct. 

9, 16, 30, Nov. 13 to Dec. 25 ; 1781, all except Jan. 1, Sept. 17; 1782, all except Feb. 25, April 8 to 29, June 24, Aug. 19,' Sept. 30 
to Oct. 14, Nov. 4, 11, 25, Dec . 2 ; 1783, all except Jan. 6, 20, to March 17, June 16, 30, July 14 to Aug. 4, Sept. 8, Oct. 6, 27 to 
Nov. 10; 1784, all except Jan. 5, 26, Feb. 16, March 1, 15, 22, April 5, May 3, 10, 24, July 6, 12, 26 to Aug. 16, Sept. 6, 13, 20, 
Oct. 4, 11, 25, Nov. 1, 22, 29, Dec. 12, 26; 1785, Feb. 14, 28, March 21, 28, April 4, 11, 25, May 2, 9, 16, June 20,27, July 18* 
Aug. 29, Nov. 28; 1786, all except Jan. 2, 9, 16, 30 to Feb. 13, 27 to March6, 20, April 3, May 15,22,29, Junel2, July 3,17, Sept! 
lltoOct.l6,30,Nov.20toDec.4,18,25;1787,allexceptJan.8,15,Feb 5,12,19, March 12. 19, April 2,16. May 14.21, June4, July 

30, Sept. "3 to Oct. 15, 29, Nov. 12, 26, Dec. 10, 31 ; 1788 all except March 10, 31, May 12 to June 23, Aug. 4 to Sept. 22, Oct. 6, 13 
Nov. 17, Dec. 15, 22; 1789, all except Jan. 26, Feb. 2, 9, 16, March 2, 16, 23, April 7 to May 11, June 1, 8. 29, July 6, Aug! 3,' 17] 
24, Sept. 7, 21, Oct. 5, 19, Nov. 2, 23, 30, Dec. 21 ; 1790, all except Jan. 4 to May 10, 17, 31, June 14, 28, July 5 to Aug.' 23,' 
Sept. 13, 20, Oct. 11, 25, Nov. 1, 15, 22, Dec. 13, 20, 27; 1791, all except Jan. 3, 10, 24, Feb. 7, 28, March 14, April 4, 11, 25,' 
May 9, 30, June 6, 13,20, July 4, 11, Aug. 8, 15, 22, Sept. 12, 26, Oct. 3,*24, Nov. 14, 21, Dec. 5, 19 ; 1792, all except Jan.'2, 9, 23* 
Feb. 20, 27, March 12, 19, 26, April 2, 9, 23, 30, May 21, June 25, July 9, 16, Aug. 13, 20, Sept. 10, 17, 24, Nov. 6, 26, Dec! 3, lo' 
17, 31 ; 1793, all except Jan. 7, Feb. 4, 11, 25, March 4, 11, 18, April 29, May 6, 20, 27, June 3, 10, 24, July 8, 22, Aug. I2! 19, 
Nov. 4, 11, 18, Dec. 2; 1794, all except Jan. 6, Feb. 17, June 23, Sept. 29; 1795, all except March 30, Aug. 31, Sept. 21, Oct! w! 
26, Nov. 2, 30, Dec 7,14; 1796, all except Jan. 4, Feb. 22, 29, March 7,21, 28, April 4, 11, 18, May 2, 9, 16, June 6, July 11, Is] 
Aug. 8, Sept. 5, 19, Nov. 7; 1797, all except Jan 2, 16, 23, 30, May 15, 22, June 5, 12, July 10 to" Aug. 14, 28, Sept. 4, 26, Oct! le', 
Nov. 6, 27; 1798, all except March 19, 26, April 2, 16, 23, May 28, June 25, July 2, 16, 23, Aug. 20, Sept. 10, 24 to Dec. 31. 

Boston news-letter. (N. R. 1. 15.) 1722, Oct. l , Nov. 5 to Dec. 3, 24 ; 1724, Nov. 12 ; 1726, Sept. 15, 29 ; 1733, Oct. 4 ; 
1736, Jan. 1; 1739, Aug. 23, Nov. 1; 1740, July 24, 31, Aug. 7, 14, 21, Sept. 4 to Oct. 2, 16 to Dec. 25; 1741, Jan. 15 to March 2«! 
April 9 to Aug. 20j Sept. 3, 10, 24, Oct. 1, 15, 22, 29, Nov. 13, 19; 1742, July 8, Aug. 5, 12, Oct. 14, 21, 28; 1743, Jan. 6, 13, 37* 
to May 19, June 2, July 17 to Sept. 15; 1744, Aug. 2, 9; 1745, Aug. 15; 1746, Jan. 9, June 19, July 3, 17, 24, 31, Aug. 15, Sept. 
4 to 18; 1747, July 16; 1750, Sept. 20; 1752, Feb. 20, May 28; 1753, Jan. 11, March 1, Dec. 27; 1755, Jan. 30; 1756, Jan. 22, Feb. 
5,26, March 11, June 3, 24, Oct. 3, Dec. 2; 1757, March 17, Aug. 4, Dec. 1; 1763, Dec. 9; 1764, June 28, Dec. 27; 1765, May 8; 
1768, April 28, June 9, 16, July 7, 14, Aug. 4, Sept. 1 to 29, Oct. 27, Nov. 24, Dec. 2, 8,29; 1769, Jan. 19, 26, Feb. 23, May 25, 
June 22, Aug. 24, Sept. 7, Oct. 5, 19; 1770, March 1; 1771, March 14, Oct. 31; 1772, Oct. 1; 1774, Nov. 24 to Dec. 19; 1775, Feb! 
2 to 16, March 2. 

Boston weekly post-boy. (N. R. H. 49.) 1752, Feb. 24, April 6, 13, May 4, June 25, July 2; 1753, Nov. 12, Dec. 

10, 31; 1754, Jan. 7, 14, 21, March II, April 8, May 27, July 8, Aug. 5, 19, Sept. 9, Oct. 21. 

Columbian centinel, Boston. (N. R. B. 5.) 1785, all except July 9, Oct. 26; 1786; 1787, all except Sept. 15; 1788, 
all except Oct. 23 ; 1789, all except March 17 to June 27 ; 1790, all except Oct. 27 ; 1791, all except Jan. 1, 5, 12, 15, 22, Feb. 26, 
March 2, 9, 23, 26, June 22, Sept. 10, 17, Oct. 1, 8, 15, 19, Nov. 5, 9, 12, 16, 23, 26, Dec. 21 ; 1792, all except Jan. 7, April 11, 14, 
June 9, 13, 16, July 28, Aug. 11, 25, Oct. 24; 1793 to 1798; 1799, all except April 3, June 12, Oct. 30, Dec. 25. 

Connecticut courant, Hartford. (D. R. E. 36.) 1764, Oct. 29; 1780, April 25; 1788, all except Jan. 1 to May 26, 
June 9 to 30 ; 1789, all except Feb. 16, Oct. 26, Nov. 2, 23 to Dec. 24 ; 1790, all except Feb. 4, March 1, 15, 22, May 10, July 11 to 
Dec. 31 ; 1791, Jan. 3 to 31, Feb. 28, April 11, 25, May 9, 23, June 13, 20, July 18, Aug. 22, Oct. 3, 24, Nov. 7, Dec. 19; 1792, all 
except Feb. 13, 27, March 12, April 16, May 28, June 4, 11, 25 to Sept. 10, Oct. 1 to Dec. 31 ; 1794, all except Jan. 1 to March 
10, 24, 31, April 14 to May 26, June 16, July 14, 28, Aug. 4, 11, Oct. 6 to Dec. 31 ; 1796, all except Jan. 1 to March 21, May 30, 
Sept 26, Oct. 24, Dec. 19 ; 1797, all except Dec. 4 ; 1798, all except March 26, June 18, 25, July 16 to Dec. 31 ; 1799. 

Connecticut journal. New Haven. (D. R. E. 17.) 1789, all except Jan. 7 to Feb. 4, June 10, 17, 24, Aug. 19, Sept. 9, 
16, 23, Oct. 7, to Dec. 31; 1790, all except Jan. 1 to April 14, 28 to May 19, June 2. 9. July 7, 14, Aug. 18, Sept. 15, Oct. 20, 
Nov. 3, 10, 17; 1791, all except Jan. 12, 26, April 27, May 11, 18. June 15, 22, Aug. 24, 31, Dec. 7, 28; 1792, all except Feb. 18, 
29, March 14, 21, 28, April 25, May 2, 9, 16, June 6, 20^ July 4, 18, Aug. 1, 15, Sept. 19, 26, Oct. 3, 31, Nov. 21, 28, Dec. 12; 
1793, all except March 7, 21, May 15, 22. June 5, July 10, Aug. 28, Sept. 25, Oct. 9, 16, 23, 80,Nov. 13, 20, 27, Dec. 19,26; 1794, 
all except Jan. 16, 23, March 13, 20, April 24 to May 14, June 4, Sept. 3, Oct. 8; 1795, all except March 5, April 15; 1796, all 
except Jan. 28, Nov. 2; 1797, all except Jan. 4, Feb. 22, June 7, Aug. 16, 23, Sept. 27, Oct. 11; 1798, all except Sept. 19, 28; 
1799, all except Jan. 3, April 25, May 1, Aug. 21, 28, Sept. 4, 25, Oct. 2, Dec. 19. 

Eagle OR Dartmouth centinel, Hanover, N. H. (W. R. C. 11.) 1793, all except Jan. to Aug. 12, 26 to Nov. II, Dec. 
16, 23, 30; 1794, all except Jan. 6, 13, 27, Feb. 10, 17, 24, March 10, April 14, 28, May 6, Juno 2 to July 28, Aug. II, 18 to Sept. 
15, Oct. 6, 27, Nov. 3, 10 to Dec, 15, 29 ; 1795, all except Jan. 12 to Feb. 2, March 9, 16 to April 27, May 18 to Juno 15, 29, July 

20, Aug. 3, 10, 31 to Nov. 16, 30, Dec. 14, 21; 1796, Jan. 4 to May 9, June 6, 13, 20, 27, July 11, 25 to Aug. 8, 22 to Doc. 31. 

Federal orrery, Boston. (N. R. H. 20.) 1794, all except Jan. 1 to Oct. 30, Nov. 3, 24, Dec. 22; 1796, all except 
Jan. 8, 15, Feb. 26, March 23, April 16, May 4, 18, June 4, 8, 15 to 25; 1796, all except rAug. 29, Sept. 6, 16 to Oct. 8, 13, Nov. 1, 
Dec. 31. 

Federal spy, Springfield. (W. B. 3227.) 1793, all except Jan. 1, 16, 29, Feb. 6, 12, March 19, April 9, 16, 30, May 7, 

21, June 4, 11, 18, 25, July 2, 9, 16, 30, Aug. 6, 13, 27 to Oct. 15, 29 to Nov. 19, Dec. 3, 10, 17, 31 ; 1794, aU except Feb. 4, II, 
March 18, May 13, 27, June 17 to July 1, 15 to October 21, Nov 4 to Dec. 31. 

Gazette or the United States, New York and Phila. (N.Ii.1.18.) 1789, all except Jan. 1 to March 4 ; 1 790, all 
except April 14, 24, May 8, 16, June 5, 12, Aug. 18, Sept. 15, 22, Nov. 6, 10, 24, Dec. 4 ; 1791, all except Jan, 12, 15, 19, 22, 26, 29, 
March 19, April 23; 1792, Jan. 1 to May 29; 1794, all except Jan. 1 to July 22, Aug. 11, 18, 25 to 30, Nov. 12, 14, 21, 22, 2«, 27, 
Dec. 8; 1795, all except Jan. 1, Feb. 19, Aug. 29, to Sept. 6, Oct, 19, Dec. 15, 25, 28, 29, 30, 31 ; 1796, nil except March 21, ApHI 
4 to 9, 25 to 30, July 11 to 16, Sept. 5 to 10, 19 to 24, Dec. 5, 6; 1797, all except March 27, May 18, 16, 16, 18, June 27, 30, Aug, 
1, 15, 24, 26, 29, 30; 1798, all except Jan, 5, Feb, 16, March 14, 26, 29, June 1, July 2 to 17, 19, to Sept. 2, 6 to 11, 13 to 26, 27, 29 
to Oct. 2, 4 to 9, 10, 11 to 14, 16 to 18, 20 to 25, 27 to Nov. 6, 8 to 15, 17 to 21, 24 to Dec. 6, 8 to 11. 13, 18 to 20. 22. 26. 26. 27, 29; 
1799, all except Jan. 1, 3 to 7, 9, 10, 16 to 18, 21 to 26, 29, 31, Feb. 2 to 6, 7 to 9, 11, 12, 14 to 16, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23 to 26, 28, March 
5, 6, 7, 9, 11 to 16, 19, 21, 22 to 27, 30, April 1, 2, 4, 6, 6 to 17, 19 to 26, 27 to July 6, 9 to 12, 20. 22 to 26, Aug, 1 to 16, 24 to 28, 

31, Sept 1 to 4, 6, 13, 18, 20, Oct, 10, 16, 18, 19, Nov. 18, 20, 22, 28 to 30, Dec, 1 to 16, 21, 27, 

Herald, The, New York. (D.R.H.ll.) 1794, all except Jan, 1 to Sept, 29, Nov, 27 ; 1796, alt except March 18, May 6; 
1796, all except April 6, 30, May 14, Nov. 16, Dec, 24; 1797, all except July 19, Sept, 20, 30 to Dec, 31. 

107 



AMERICAN NETATSPAPERS July, 

Independent chronicle, Salem, Camb., Boston. (D. R.B.I.) 1776, all except Jan. 1 to May 23, 30, June 6, July 18, 
Aug. 8, Sept. 5, Oct. 10, 31 ; 1777, all except Jan. 9 to 23, March 6, 27 to Dec. 25; 1778, all except Jan. 1, 22, 29, May 14 to July 
9, 23, 30, Aug. 6, 8ept. 3, 24 to Nov. 5, 19. 26, Dec. 10, 17, 31 ; 1779, all except Jan. 14, April 15, 22, May 14, 21, June 3 to Aug. 

19, 26, Sept. 2 to Dec. 16 : 1780, all except Jan. 6, 13, 20, 27, March 2, May 25, June 1, Aug. 17, 31, Oct. 12, 26, Dec. 28 ; 1781, all 
except April 26; 1782, all except Jan. 3, 10, 17, Feh. 21 to April 11, 25 to July 11, 25 to Dec. 26; 1783, all except Feb. 6 to 27, 
April 10, 24, May 22, 29, June 5, 19, 26, July 10 to Oct. 30, Nov. 13 to 27, Dec. 18; 1784, all except Jan. 8, April 23, June 24, 
July 1, 8, 15, 29, Aug. 26, Sept. 9, Oct. 21; 1785, all except Feb. 24, April 21, May 19, June 2, 9, 23, July 7, 14, Aug. 4, 18, 
Sept. 8, Dec. 15, 22 ; 1786, all except Jan. 19, 26, Feb. 9 to March 2, 9, 16 to 23, April 6, 20, May 4 to 18, June 1, 8, July 6, 13, 
27, Sept. 21, 28, Oct. 26, Nov. 9, Dec. 15; 1787, all except Jan. 25, March 8, 22, May 10 to 31, Aug. 30, Nov. 1; 1788, all except 
April 25, Aug. 28, Sept. 18, Oct. 2, 16, Dec. 18,-1789; 1780; 1791, all except Jan. 6 to 27, Feb. 10, 17, March 17,24,31, May 12 to 
26, July 28, Aug. 11, 18, Nov. 18; 1792, all except Jan. 5, 19; 1793, all except Jan. 3, Feb. 28, Aug. 19, Sept. 9, 30, Oct. 14, 28, 
Nov. 11; 1794, all except July 24, Aug. 11, Oct. 27, Dec. 15; 1795; 1796, all except Jan. 18, Nov. 28, Dec. 19; 1797, all except 
Jan. 19, March 16; 1798, all except Feb. 12, 22, July 9,' Sept. 6, Nov. 29, Dec. 10; 1799. 

Independent ledger, Boston. (D.R.B.l.) 1784, all except Jan. 1 to March 22, Sept. 30. 
• Maryland journal and Baltimore advertiser. (D.R.C.22.; 1779, all except Jan. 6, April 20, Aug. 10, Sept. 7, 
14, 21, Oct. 19; Dec. 21 to 28. 

Massachl'setts gazette, Boston. (N.R.H.50.) 1757, Aug. 22, to Dec. 26; 1758, Jan. 1 to April 17, May 1, Oct. 9; 
1759, June 25, July 2, Aug. 20 to Dec. 31 ; 1760, Jan. 7, 14, 21, 28, Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25, March 3 to April 28, May 5, 12 to June 2, 9, 
16 to Dec. 29; 1761, Jan. 5 to Aug. 10; 1763, Aug. 27 to Dec. 26; 1764; 1765, Jan. 1 to July 29; 1768, June 9, 16, July 7, 14, 
Sept.l, 8, 22, Nov. 24, Dec. 2, 8, 29; 1769, Jan. 19, 26, Feb. 23, May 25, June 1, 22, Aug. 10, 24, Sept. 7; 1770, all except Jan. 1, 
July 30; 1771, all except Nov. 4, Dec. 2; 1772, all except Feb. 3, March 2, April 27, June 1 to Dec. 31; 1774, June 13, 20; 1775, 
Jan. 9, 16, March 6, 27. 

Massachusetts spy, Boston, Worcester. (D.R.A.l.) 1770, July 17, Aug. 23, Sept. 1, 13, Oct. 2. 13, 23, 27, Nov. 5, 8, 
12, 19, 22, 29, Dec. 7, 17, 20, 24, 27 ; 1771, Jan. 3, 7, 10, Feb. 1, Oct. 17, 24, 31 ; 1772, Jan. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Feb. 6, 27, March 12, 19, 

26, April 3, 16, June 11, July 2, 9, 23, Sept. 10, 17, Oct. 8; 1773, Jan. 7, 28, Feb. 11, 18, 25, March 18, 25, Nov. 11; 1774, June 

23, July 15, 21, 28, Oct. 6, 20, 27, Nov. 10, Dec. 8, 16, 22; 1775, Feb. 16, 23 to March 30, May 3, 10, 24 to June 14, July 12, 26 to 
Sept. 13, 29 to Dec. 29; 1776, Jan. 6 to Feb. 2, 16, April 12 to June 21, July 5, Aug. 21, 28, Sept. 11; 1777, July 24, Sept. 25, 
Dec. 25; 1778, Jan. 1, April 30, June 4, 25, July 2 to Aug. 13, Sept. 3 to 24, Oct. 8 to Dec. 31 ; 1779, all except May 20, June 17, 

24, July 8, Aug. 5, Sept. 9, 23, Oct. 14, Nov. 4, 11, Dec. 23, 30; 1780, all except Jan. 13, 27, Feb. 17, 24, March 2, April 6, 20, 
June 1, 22, Aug. 3, 24, Oct. 26, Nov. 30; 1781, Jan. 11, 25, Feb. 1, May 10, 24, 31, Nov. 8; 1782, all except Jan. 24, 31, April 18, 

25, Dec. 26; 1783, all except Jan. 9, June 26, Aug. 7, Sept. 11, 18", 25, Oct. 23, Nov. 6, 13, 20, Dec. 3, 25; 1784; 1785, all except 
Dec. 1; 1786, all except March 23; 1787; 1788, all except Oct. 30; 1789, all except March 12, April 30, May 13 to June 11, July 
9 to Sept. 24, Dec. 17; 1790, all except May 6, 13, 27 to July 8, 22, 29, Aug. 19, 26, Sept. 9 to Oct. 7, Dec. 30; 1791, all except 
Jan. 6, Dec. 22; 1792, all except Jan. 5, Dec. 27; 1793; 1794, all except July 24, Dec. 10; 1795; 1796, all except April 6; 1797; 
1798, all except Jan. 24; 1799, all except Nov. 6, Dec. 18. 

New England palladium, Boston. (D.R.A.2.) 1793, all except Jan. 1 to Feb. 28, March 7 to 16, 23 to April 4, 8, 13 
to 20, 25 to May 1, 6, 8, 13 to 24, 29 to June 7, 12, 16 to 28, July 5, 19, Aug. 2, Sept. 24, Oct. 1, 11, 22, Nov. 12, Dec. 3; 1794, all 
except Jan. 3 to 14, 28, Feb. 4, March 11, April 22, May 13, 20, 27, June 3 to 10, 24 to July 1, 8, 16, 22, Aug. 16, 22 to 29, Sept. 
6 to 9, 19 to 23, Oct. 24 to 28, Nov. 7 to 14, 21, Dec. 2, 9, 12; 1796, all except Jan. 23, April 14, 21, 24, May 22, June 9, 30, July 
24, Aug. 4, 7; 1796 to 1799. 

New England weekly journal, Boston. (D.R.A.4.) 1728, April 8; 1740, all except March 4, Jane 3, Sept. 0, 16, 
23, Dec. 2, 30. 

New Hampshire journal, Walpole. (N.R.H.IO.) 1793, all except Jan. 1 to April 1, 11, 18, 25, May 2, 16, 23 to Sept. 
13, 20, 27 to Oct. 25, Nov. 8, 22, 29, Dec. 6, 13, 27 ; 1794, all except Jan. p to 24, 31, Feb. 7, 14, March 7 to April 4 ; 1795, all ex- 
cept March 31, June 16; 1796, all except Jan. 5, April 26, May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, June 7, 14, July 12, 19, 26, Aug. 2. 9, 16, 23, 30, 
Sept. 6, 13, 27, Oct. 18, Nov. 1, 29, Dec. 6; 1797, all except Jan. 17, 24, 31, Feb. 7, 14; 1798, all except Only 10; 1799. 

Newport gazette. (N.R.I.30.) 1778, May 14, June 25, July 9, Aug. 27, Sept. 10, Nov. 19. 

Pennsylvania chronicle, Phila. (N.R.H.33.) 1768, all except Jan. 1 to Feb. 8, July 4 to 11, Sept. 19, 26; 1769, all 
except Sept. 25 to Oct. 2; 1770, Jan 1 to 15. 

Polar star, Boston. (D.R.I.l.) 1796, Oct. 10, Nov. 11, 12, 24, 26, 28, 29, Dec. 19, 26; 1797, Jan. 4, 7, 14, 16. 

Salem gazette, after 1786, knoitm as the Mass. gazette, and published in Boston. (N.R.H.25.) 1781, Oct. 18 to 
Dec. 31 except Nov. 1 ; 1782, all except Feb. 21, 28, March 28 to April 4, May 16, June 13, 27 to July 4, 18, 25, Aug. 8 to 29, 
Sept. 12 to Oct. 3, Nov. 7, 21 ; 1783, all except Feb. 1, 13, 27, March 6, 13, April 3 to May 16, July 3; 1784, April 8 to 29, May 
4, 18 to June 1, July 6, 20, Aug. 17, Sept. 21, 28, Nov. 30; 1785, April 26, May 3, 24 to July 12, Aug. 9, 30, Sept. 13, 27, Nov. 1, 
22, Dec. 6, 12, 19; 1786, Aug. 29; 1787, June 8. 

Salem Mercury, a/<«rward» Salem gazette. (D.R.B.2.) 1786, all except Oct. 28, Dec. 23, 30; 1787, all except Jan. 

27, Feb. 3, 24, March 3, 17, April 28, June 12, July 17, 24, Aug. 28, Sept. 25, Oct. 16, Nov. 27, Dec. 11, 18; 1789, all except Jan. 
6, March 10, 17, 24, 31, May 19, Oct. 6, 13, Nov. 17, 24, Dec. 1, 8, 29; *1790, Jan. 26, Feb. 23, April 6, Sept. 21, 28; 1791, Jan. 18, 
Dec. 6; 1792, Jan. 10; 1794, Feb. 25, March 11, 18, July 8, Oct. 28; 1795, all except Jan. 13, 20, Feb. 3, 10, 24, March 10 to 24, 
April 21, May 5 to June 9, 23 to July 21, Aug. 4, 25 to Nov. 3, Dec. 1, 16, 29; 1796, all except Jan. 12 to Feb. 16, March 8 to 
May 10, 24, June 14, 17, 21, July 1 to 19, 26 to 29, Aug. 9 to Sept. 16, 30 to Oct. 11, 18, 25, 28, Nov. 15 to 18, 25, 29, Dec. «, 16, 

20, 27 ; 1797, all except Jan. 3, 10 to 31, Feb. 7, 14 to 21, March 21, April 7, 11, 18 to 21, May 9, 16, 30 to June 9, 20, July 4 to 11, 
Aug. 1, 8 to 11, Sept. 1, 5, 8, Oct. 3, 20, Nov. 24, Dec. 8, 15, 19, 22, 26, 29; 1798, all except Feb. 9, 13, June 26; 1799. 

Spectator, The, Kew York. (D.R.H.IO.) 1797, all except Jan. to Oct. 1, Nov. 1, Dec. 13; 1798, all except Feb. 7, 
March 3, 24, May 12, July 21, Aug. 18, 22, Sept. 6, 22, 26, Dec. 29; 1799, all except Jan. 2, May 8, July 13, 28, Oct. 12, 16. 

Western star, Stockbridge, Mass. (W.R.C.IO.) 1789, all except Jan. 1 to Dec. 1, 8, 16, 29 ; 1790, all except Jan. 19 
to Feb. 9, April 13, 20, Aug. 3, Nov. 9, 30, Dec. 28 ; 1791. all except Feb. 8. 16, April 6, 26, May 3, 4 to Dec. 31 ; 1794, May 6 ; 
1796, March 22. 

Worcester inteluoemcer, Brookfleld, Mass. (W.R.3220.) 1794, all except Jan. 1 to Oct. 1, 21 ; 1795, all exc«pt 
June 10, Sept. 30 to Dec. 31. 

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BULLETIN 



BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY, 



OCTOBER, 1879. 



VOL. 4. No. 4. 



WHOLE No. 5/. 



TRUSTEES OF THE CORPORATION. 
William W. Greenough, President. 



Hugh O'Brien, Alderman. 
Roger Wolcott, Councilmati. 
James Freeman Clarke.,- 



Samuel A. B. Abbott. 
George B. Chase. 
Richard Frothingham. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 

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



James M. Hubbard, Assistant Librarian. 

Frederic B. Perkins, Special Cataloguer. 

William H. Foster, Proof-reader. 

Jos6 F. Carret, Curator of Patents and En- 
gravings, and Registrar. 

Arthur M. Knapp, Curator of Periodicals and 
Pamphlets. 

Annie P. Call, Office Secretary. 



Edward Tiffany, Inspector of Circulation. 
Appleton p. C. Griffin, Custodian of tke 

Shelves. 
William F. Robinson, Clerk, Lower Hall. 
Thomas H. Cummings, Curator of Lower Hall 

Catalogue. 
William E. Ford, Janitor, Central Library. 



LIBRARIANS OF DEPARTMENTS. 



Arthur M. Knapp, Bates Hall. 
Elbridge Bradshaw, Lower Hall. 
Mary E. Brock, Brighton. 
Cornelius S. Cart6e, Charlestown. 
Mary G. Coffin, Dorchester. 



Sarah C. Godbold, East Boston. 
Eliza R. Davis, Jamaica Plain. 
Sarah Bunker, Roxbury. 
Alice J. Bragdon, South Boston. 
Milton Austin, South End. 



Mary A. Hill, Custodian, Lower Mills. 



I Samuel G. Bowthorpk, Custodian, RoslindaU. 



Ticknor Catalogue. 

A Catalogue of the Spanish library and of the 
Portuguese books bequeathed by George Ticknor 
to the Boston Public Library, together with the 
collection of Spanish and Portuguese literature in 
the general Library, has just been published. 
• This work contains bibliographical and literary 
notes. For sale at five dollars. 



The Library will be glad to receive copies of 
Bulletins No. 2, 20, 28, and 46, of which the 
supply is exhausted. 



The cards containing the titles of books in the 
Lower Hall Library are now being removed from 
the Public Card Catalogue in Bates Hall. They 
are to be arranged as an independent card cata- 
logue, and will be placed in the Lower Hall 
Delivery Room, in charge of an assisUnt, who 
alone will have access to them, and who will 
furnish such information as may not be found in 
the printed catalogues. 

This Bulletin contains a limited number of 
entries under subjects, and numerous explanatory 
notes. 



Number of Voliuues and Hours. 

All departments are open every secular day, 
except the five legal holida3's, — February 22, 
Fast Day, July 4, Thanksgiving and Christ- 
mas, — and such other days as the Trustees may 
direct. 



Bates Hall . . . 
Newspaper Room 
Duplicate Room 
Lower Hall . . . 
Brighton Branch 
Charlestown Branch . 
Dorchester Branch . . 
East Boston Branch . 
Jamaica Plain Branch . 
Lower Mills Delivery . 

Roslindale Delivery . . 

Roxbury Branch . . . 
South Boston Branch . 
South End Branch . . 



Totals 



Hours. 


Vols. 


f otod 
I Winter; 




215.976 


1 9 to 7 


3.317 


I, Summer. 


15.245 


9 to 9* 


36,867 


9 to Stt 


12,806 


9to8t 


30,126 


9to8t 


9.557 


9to8t 


10,562 


9 to 8 t§ 


7.489 


4 to 7.30** 




1 3 to 6tt 




1 7 to 8tt 




9 to 9 


16,758 


9 to 9 


9.661 


9to8t 


9.379 




367.743 



Periodicals 

in R. R. 
(Duplicates 
excluded.) 

. 363" 
19 
64 
18 
34 
33 



657 



* Books are received after 8.30 A.M. tt Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur- 

+ Keep open till 9 P.M. Saturdays. days. 

4 Closed 12 M. to 2 P.M. aDelivered to readers also on Sun- 

^ Rending Room 9 to 9. days. 

♦* Closed from 6 to 6.30. 



CA TALO G UES. 
Bulletins. 
New Books as soon as received are entered on 
the Bulletin Boards of each Library. The Bul- 
letin Board for Bates Hall shows books added 
to the Central Library, and before titles appear 
on the Board the new books are displayed (with 
the shelf-number attached) in a glass case at the 
desk. The lists in the Lower Hall and at the 
Branches show only the books added to those 
departments. The Dorchester list is posted also 
at the Lower Mills Delivery, and the Jamaica 
Plain list at the Roslindale Delivery. The 
Bulletins are for sale (excepting those out of 
print) at five cents each. Books with numbers 
below 2 1 ID are in the Lower Hall; with 2 no and 
above, in the Bates Hall. Those with Brl., 
Chn., I>or., £. IB., i. P., Rox., S. B., or S. £. 
prefixed to the number are respectively in the 
Brighton, Charlestown, Dorchester, East Bos- 
ton, Jamaica Plain, Roxbury, South Boston, or 
South End Branch. 

Bates Hall of the Central Library. 

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

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

III. The Catalogue of the Prince Li- 
brary. For sale at $j.oo. 

IV. The Catalogue of the Ticknor Col- 
lection of Spanish and Portuguese books. For 
sale at $3. 

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

VI. The Official Card Catalogue, which 
can be consulted, in cases of need, upon applica- 
tion, contains the titles of all books added to the 
Bates Hall since the publication of the Supple- 
ment in 1866, and includes some titles of books 
received between 1866 and 187 1, which are not 
in the Public Card Catalogue. 

Engravings. 

There is a separate catalogue of the Tosti En- 
gravings in drawers properly labelled at the 



north end of the Public Card Catalogue case in 
Bates Hall. 

LoTver Hall of the Central Library. 

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

II. Arts, Sciences, and Professions. 2d 
edition, September, 1871. 10 cents. 

III. History, Biography, and Tra\tels, 
with notes for readers. 2d edition, July, 1873. 
JO cents. 

IV. Books in Foreign Languages. ^ 
edition, January, 1876. 10 cents^ 

V. Poetry, Drama, Collections, and 
Miscellanies. ist edition, August, 1870. 
20 cents. 

VI. Card Catalogue. This contains the 
titles of all the books in the Lower Hall. An 
assistant, who alone will have access to this cata- 
logue, will furnish such information as may not 
be found in the printed catalogues. 

VII. Manuscript Catalogues. Names of 
authors and titles of books added to the Lower 
Hall since the printing of the above lists will be 
found in folio catalogues on application at the 
Receiving Desk. 

Branches. 

Catalogues are for sale : — Brighton, 2j cents, 
for the main Catalogue (including first Supple- 
ment), and 5 cents for each of the two subsequent 
Supplements ; Charlestown, 2j cents each, parts 
I and 2 ; Dorchester, 10 cents; and 10 cents 
for the Supplemental list; East Boston, 2^ 
cents; Jamaica Plain, 75 cents; Roxbury, jo cents. 
South Boston, 2^ cents; and South End (New 
Books), J cents. 

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

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

Prices of Catalogues to Non-Residenta 

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

Bates Hall.— I. . Prince Catalogue, $1.75- 
(Other Bates Hall Catalogues not to be had.) 

Lower Hall. — II. History, Biography, and 
Travel. Si.jo. 

III. Arts, Sciences, and Professions. 7J cents. 

IV. Fiction and Juveniles. 7j cents. 

V. Poetry, Drama, and Miscellanies. $1.00. 

VI. Foreign Books. 75 cents. 

Bulletins. — VII. Quarterly issues, each, 20 
cents. 

The Bulletins must be applied for as issued, 
during January, April, July, and October of each 
year, as subscriptions cannot be received. 

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

Central Periodical Reading Room. 

A list of periodicals currently received (more 
than 800 in number, of which about one-half 
are kept in the Reading Room) is for sale at j 
cents. 



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



LIST OF THE NEW AND MORE IMPORTANT BOOKS 

PLACED I:N^ the LIBRARY 

DUEING JULY, AUGUST, AND SEPTEMBER, 1879. 



ABBREVIATIONS, ETC. 



Shelf-numbers 2110 and upwards indicate books in Bates Hall. 

Shelf-numbers below 2110 indicate books in the Lower Hall. 

Brl., Brighton Branch. 

Clm., Charlestown Branch. 

Dor., Dorchester Branch. 

E. B., East Boston Branch. 

J. P., Jamaica Plain Branch. 

Rox., Roxbury Branch. 

S> B., South Boston Branch. 

S. E., South End Branch. 

N.R., Newspaper Room. 

R.R., Reading Room. 

C.R., Catalogue Room. 

M.S., Map Stand. 

B., Boston. 



L., London. 
Lpz., Leipzig. 
P., Paris. 

n. d., No date of pablication {^ven. 
n.p., No place of publication given. 
Cop., Copyrighted. 

[ J Enclose corrections or cxplanationa. 
— Stands for the preceding heading. 
Stands for a suDordinate heading. 
( ) Enclose names not usually retained. 

* Permission of the Librarian, or officer in charge of 

Bates Hall, required to take the book out. Not at- 
tached to Lower Hall copies of the tame book. 

* * Book cannot leave the Library. 

*,* Permission of Trustees required to take the book ouU 



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



BATES HALL. 



Shelf. No. 
ABRANTfcs, Napoleon A. J., due d'. Essai sur la 

regence de 1870. P., 1879. 8» 2610a.67 

AcADfeMiE royale de medecine, Paris. Bulletin. 

2e ser., t. 7. P.. 1878. S" *5750a.l 

Acoustical properties of buildings. See Lachfez. 
Adams, Charles Francis, jr. The public library and 

the common schools : three papers on educa- 

cational topics. B., 1879. 8» 3594.55 

Adams, Henry. The life of Albert Gallatin. Phila., 

1879. Portrs. 8» 2391.53 

— ed. Gallatin, A. "Writings. Phil., 1879. 3v. 

8» 2391.82 

Gallatin was the Secretary of the United States treas- 
ury durinK the adniinifitrations of Jefferson and Madi- 
son, and minister to France from 1815 to 182S. His part 
in the financial history of his time was a very con- 
spicuous one. 

Adulteration of food. ,See Klencke. 

Alba, Fernando Alvarez de Toledo, duque de, and 
others. [Twelve letters or despatches from the 
Duke of Alba, Ruy Gomez de Silva, principe 
deEboli, andChantonay, to Philip ll. of Spain. 
1559-1562.] Manuscript. 4'' • . **3090.7 

Copied for W. H. Prescott from the originals in the 
archives of Simancas. Thomas Perrcnot de Cliantonay 
(the eldest brother of Cardinal Grenvillc) was sent to 
Paris at the time indicated by these despatches, to watch 
the diplomacy of Catharine de' Medici. There is prefixed 
a summary in English of the contents of these docu- 
ments, in wliich it is stated that Moa. II and 12 were 
apparently written by Philip. 

Algiers. See Rousset. 

Allard, Paul. L'art paien sous les empereurs chr6- 

tiens. P., 1879. 16° 4078.82 

Allen, Alfred H. An introduction to the practice of 

commercial organic analysis. L., 1879. 8' . . 3973.60 

Contents. — 1. Cyanogen compounds. AlcohoU and 
their derivatives, phenols, acids, &c. 



Shelf. No. 

Alphen, Hieronymus van. Dichtwerken. Vena- 
meld, en met een levensberigt, door J. L D. 
Nepveu. Volksuitgave. Utrecht, 1871. Portr. 
8» 2872.68 

Alpine Journal, The : a record of mountain adven- 
ture and scientific observation by member* of 
the Alpine club. Vol. 1-8. L., 1864-1878. Illu«. 
8» •5214.6 

American medical association. Transactions. Vol. 
25, Suppl. to Vol. 27, 28, 29. Phlla., 1874-78. 
4v. 8» •376«.l 

Supplement to vol. 27 is a Prlie ettay on Ihr E«- 
cision of larger joinU, by H. Culbortwn. Pp. 6li-r7«of 
V. 28 contain a Report on American medical nceroloi^. 

Ames, Daniel T. Alphabets, adapted to the use of 
architects, engravers [etc.]. N.Y., 1879. Plate*, 
8<>, obi 6118.17 

Anglo-American Bible revision. By members of the 
American revision committee. PhiJa. [1879.] 
12<' 3418.W 

Annual record of science and industry for 1878. Kd. 

by 8. F. Balrd. N. Y., 1879. 16* •7916.60 

Annual register, The. 1878. New ser. L., 1879. 8» . •6217.1 

Appleton's annual cyclopasdia, 1878. Vol. 18. N. Y., 

1879. L. 8* B. H.O««k 

Arch^ologische Zcitung, hcrausg. vom Al-chiiolo. 
giscben Instltut des dcutachcn Reich*. Jahrg. 
35,36.1877,78. Berlin, 1878, 79. 2 v. Illu*. 
40 *9331M 

Archebv. See Thompson. 

Archimedes. Opera non nvlla a Fcdcrico Com- 
mandlno vrulnntc nvper In Latlnvm convcr**. 
et commcntorll* illvstrnta. Vonctil* : apud 
Paulum Manutlum, Aldl F. 1668. 4» . . .••8811.84 

Can(«fU<.— Circuit dimensio; Dc Unci* splrallbus; 
Quadratura paraboles ; Oc conoldlbus, k tpharoldtbu* t 
Dc arenm numero. 

This Aldine edition is deteribcd M rar« by Qutrard. 

ARCHITECTURE. See Birch ; —Cottage* ; — Gasetto. 



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Shelf. No. 
Archives de I'empire. [Archives nationales.] In- 
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, fonds conserves aux Archives nationales. Ire 

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1878. 8» *5265.1 

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Ahneth, Alfred, Hitter von. Geschichte Maria The- 
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Arnold, L. M. History of the origin of all things, in- 
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his finality, bui not to his end. Publ. by direc- 
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Arnold, Th. J. I. Shakespeare-bibliography in the 

Netherlands. Hague, 1879. 16» *2159.4 

Arnold, William T. The Roman system of provincial 
administration to the accession of Constantine 
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Art, L'. T. 15. P., 1878. F" *7350.2 

Contains a series of studies on the art collections ex- 
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Abcoli, Or. J. Vorlesungen iiber die vergleichende 
Lautlehre des Sanskrit, des Griechischen und 
des Lateinischen. Uebers. von J. Bazzigher 
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Association of municipal and sanitary engineers and 
surveyors. Proceedings, 1873-78. L., 1875- 
79. 4v. Folded plans. S" »3763.50 

Association pour I'encouragement des 6tude8 
grecques en France, Paris. Annuaire. 12e 
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Astronomy. See Flammarion ; — Moigno ; — Proc- 
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Aub£, Benjamin. Hlstoire des persecutions de 
I'^gllse. La polemique pa'ienne k la fin du 2e 
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AcCHlNCLO.ss, William 8. The practical application 
of the slide valve and link motion to engines. 
6th ed. N. Y., 1875. Illus. 8« 4016.72 

AtJERBACH, Berthold. Landolin von Reutershofen. 

Erzahlung. 2te Aufl. Berlin, 1878. 16"' . . 2873.81 

Australasia and Australia. See Taplin; — Wal- 
lace; — Wilson. 

Austria. Commission fiir die Weltausstellung in 
Philadelphia, 1876. Bericht iiber die Welt- 
ausstellung. Hefte 1-26. Wien, 1877-78. 26 
Hefte in 7 V. S" *802S.60 

Contents. — 1. I. Die landwinhschaftlichen Oer&the 
und Maschinen, von E. Percls. 173 Illus. II. Kurz- 
waaren-Industrie. VonE. Kanitz; Hiite aus Filz und 
Seide. Von C. Hilckel. III. Geodatische Instru- 
mente. Von P. F. Kupka. 7 Illus. ; Miliroskope. Von 

E. von Fleischl; Medicin. IV. Das Hiittenwesen. 
Von F. Kupelwieser. — 2. V. Wolle, WoUwaaren und 
bei deren Fabrication verwendete Maschinen. Von 
T. Bochner, jun. VI. Holzbearbeitungs-Maschincn. 
Von F. Keifer. 28 Illus. TTafeln; Die Holzindustrie. 
Von F. Thonet. VII. Die chcniische Industrie. Von 
G. Goldschmiedt. VIII. Die Petroleum-Industrie 
Nordamerikas. Von H. Hoter. 40 lUus. 1 Tafel. 
IX. Drogen und Chemikalien. Von F.Wilhelm. — 3. X. 
Dampfkesscl. Von J. F. Radinger. Mit 107 Zeich- 
nungen. XI. Das Unterrichtswcsen in den Vereiu. 
Staaten. Von F. Migerka. XII. Ililfsmaschinen und 
Werkzeuge fiir Eisen-und Metall-Bcarbcituiig. Von 

F. Weneelides. 130 Illus. — 4. XIII. Das Eisenbahn- 
weseii in den Verein. Staaten. Von E. Pontzcn. 
23 Illus. 18 Tafeln. XIV. Architektur und Bflent- 
liche Bauten. Von A. Poschaclier; Malerci und 
Sculptur. Von C. Costenoble. XV. Gesteins-Bohrma- 
schinen und Luftcompressions Maschinen. Von A. 
Ricdler. 20 Tafeln. 49Zeichn. — 6. XVI. Der Loco- 
motivbau in den Verein. Staaten. Von A. von Feyrer. 



Shelf. No. 
Austria, continued. 

34 Zeichn. 8 Tafeln. XVII. Heizung, Ventilation 
und Wasserleitungen. Von L. Strohmayer. 123 Illus. 
XVIII. Leder-Iudustrie. VonW. Eitner. 22 Holzs. 
2 Tafeln. XIX. Wagen, Dynamometer und Material- 
prufungsmaschinen. Von J. SpaSil. 7 Zeichn. 2 
Tafeln. XX. Personcn und Lastenaufziige und Forder- 
Maschinen. Von A. Riedler. 13 Tafeln. 9 Tcxtflg. 
— 6. XXI. Pumpen und Feuerloschapparate, von F. 
Mannlicher. 46 Zeichn. XXII. Ueber Brflckenbau- 
ten in den Verein. Staaten. Von F. Steiner. 97 Illus. 
13 Tafeln. XXIII. Die Kohlen- und Eisenerz- Lager- 
Btatten Nordamerikas. Von H. Hofer. 7 Tafeln. — 7. 
XXIV. Notizen fiber anierikanische Holz-Debitage. 
Von Otto, Freiherrn von Pfungen. 2 Tafeln. XXV. 
Dampfmaschinen in den Verein. Staaten. Von J. F. 
Radinger. 256 Zeichn. Schluss-Heft. AdministTativer 
Bericht fiber die Theilnahme Osterreiehs in Philadel- 
phia. Beitrage von F. Migerka. 

BACH, Johann P. Werke. B. 13. Lpz. [1879.] 4» . *,*8050a.2 
Contenti. — Kirchencantatin. No. 121 130. 

Baissac, Jules. L'age de Dieu (Annus Dei). £tude 
Bur les grandes periodes cosmiques et I'origine 
de la fete de Paques. P., 1879. 8» 5486.72 

Baker, Sir Sherston. The laws relating to quaran- 
tine, including sections of the " Public health 
act," 1875. L., 1879. Sm. 8<' 3768.12 

Baxzac, Honore de. The Comedie humaine and 
its author. With transl. by H. H. Walker. 
L., 1879. 8m. 8" 2660.33 

Contains translations of La bonrse, Gaudissart n, and 
Albert Savarus. 

— See Fleury; — Lovenjoul. 

Barth6lemy Saint Hilaire, Jules. De la m^ta- 
physique, dans ses rapports avec la religion et 
avec la science ; pour servir d'introduction & 
lametaphysique d'Aristote. P., 1879. 12» . .5606.60 

Basque language. See Eys. 

Baudissin, Ulrich, Graf Yijn. DerAlbatros. Humor- 
istisch-ernster Roman. Hannover, 1864. 4 v. 
in 2. le* 2873.79 

Bauer, Caroline. Zwischen Vater und Sohn. Ro- 
man von Karl Detlef [ps^wd.]. 2teAufl. Stutt- 
gart, 1876. 2 V. in 1. 16"' 2870a.66 

Baumbach, Rudolf. Lieder eines fabrenden Gesel- 

len. Lpz., 1878. Sm. 16" 4878.97 

Bayne, Peter. Lessons from my masters, Carlyle, 

Tennyson, and Ruskin. L., 1879. 8» . . . . 2552.62 

Beames, John. A comparative grammar of the mod- 
ern Aryan languages of India. Vol. 3. The 
verb. L., 1879. 8" 3033.57 

Beckett, Sir Edmund. On the origin of the laws of 

nature. L., 1879. Sm. 8"' 3969.83 

Beesly, a. H. The Gracchi, Marius, and Sulla. 
With maps. N. Y. [1879.] [Epochs of an- 
cient history.] 16" 2959a.62 

Bell, Joachim H., called Georges, ^udes d'his- 
toire contemporaine. Comment les monar- 
chies finissent. P., 1879. 8" 4618.67 

Contents. — Louis XVI ; Napol£on-le- Grand ; Charle* 
X; Louis Philippe; Napoleon in. 

Benedix, (Julius) Roderich. Gesammelte drama- 
tische Werke. B. 19-27. Lpz., 1868-76. 9 v. 
16" # . . . . 2908.50 

Volumes 1-18 are ordered. They may also be found 
in the Lower Hall [2013.7]. The Foreign language 
Finding List gives the contents of the volumes. 

— Haustheater. Sammlung kleiner Lustspiele fUr 

gesellige Kreise. 7te Aufl. Lpz., 1877. 16* . 2870a.67 

Contents. — Der Weiberfeind ; Unerschfitterlich ; Ent- 
sagung; Eigensinn; Der Process; DieLfignerin; Die 
Eifersuchtigen ; Die Hochzeitsreise; Die Kfinstlerin ; 
Die Phrenologen; Angela; Der Silnger; Die Dienst- 
boten ; Die Herrschaft ; Nein ; Das Dienstniiidchen ; Die 
Grossmutter; OhnePass; DiePrfifung; Der Dritte; Der 
Madchen Waffen ; Der Phlcgmaticus; Gfinstige Vor- 
zeichen ; Der Ka«senschlfissel. 

The dramas of Benedix are bright and lively, and 
many of them are suitable for private theatricals. 

— Die Landstreicher. Roman. Lpz. [1867.] 3 v. 

inl. 16" 4877.61 



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Bebg, Otto. Anatomischer Atlas zur pharmazen- 
tlschen Waarenkunde in Illu6. auf 50 in Kreide- 
manier lithog. Tafeln. Nebst erlUuterndem 

Texte. Berlin, 1765. 4» *3781.53 

Bernhardt, Sarah. Dans les nuages. Impressions 
d'une chaise. Illus. par G. Clairin. P. [1879.] 

4» 2662.19 

A narrative of this actress's daily ascents In the captive 
balloon at Paris, during tlie exhibition of 1878. 

Berthier, J. States of the Christian life and voca- 
tion. N. Y., 1879. 12» 3440a.80 

Besant, Walter. Rabelais. Edlnb., 1879. [For- 
eign classics for English readers. Ed. by Mrs. 
Oliphant.] 8m. 8» 4648.81 

Bible. The post-exilian prophets, Haggai, Zecha- 
riah, Malachi. With introductions and notes, 
by M. Dods. Edinb., 1879. Sm. 8» 3418.70 

— Commentary of Ibn Ezra on Isaiah; ed. and 

trans, -with notSs [etc.], by M. Friedlander. 
i,.,"?873-77. [Society of Hebrew literature. 
Publications.] 3 v. 8» 3025.67 

— See Anglo- American ; — Cary ; — MacClintock. 
Bibliophile beige, Le. Bulletin, lie annee. 1875. 

Bruxelles, 1876. 8» *6145.1 

BlBLlOTHfeQUE des ecoles fran^aises d'Athfenes et de 
Rome. Fascicule 5e-lle. P., 1879. 2 v. Map. 

80 2953.61 

CotUtntt. — F. 5. Inscriptions inidites du pays des 
Marses. Par E. Fernique. — 6. Notice sur divers manu- 
scrits de la Biblioth^que Vaticane.— 7. Du rOle historiquc 
de Bertrand de Born, par L. Cledat. — 8. Recherches 
Brch6ologique8 sur les iles ioniennes; 1. Corfou, par 
O. Riemann. — 9. Les arts a la cour despapes pendant 
le 15e ct le 16e siecle. 2e partie. Paul II. 1464-1471.— 

10. Kecherches pour servir a I'histoire de la peinture et 
de la sculpture chritiennes en Orient, par Ch. Bayet. — 

11. Etudes sur la langue et la grammairc de Tite-Lire, 
par O. Riemann. 

BiBLiOTHfeQUE natlonale, Paris. Catalogiie alpha- 
betique des ouvrages mis a la libre disposition 
des lecteurs dans la salle de travail. Un plan 
de la salle. P., 1879. le" ♦6207.2 

BiRCB, John. Picturesque lodges. A series of de- 
signs for gate lodges, park entrances, and other 
rural residences. Edinb., 1879. Plates. 40 . 4091.64 

Bismarck. See Busch ; — Lescoeur. 

BiiANC, Louis. Dix ans de I'histoire d'Angleterre. 

T. 1, 2. P., 1879. IS" 2429.64 

These volumes include letters written during the years 
]86»«3. 

Blanch, William H. Te Parish of Caffierwell. A 
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1877. Portrs. Plates. 8<> *2493.56 

Boardman, George D. Epiphanies of the risen 

Lord. N. Y., 1879. L. 12» 3478.73 

Bock, Franz. Die Kleinodien des heil.-romischen 
Reiches deutscher Nation, nebst den Kroninsig- 
nien BOhmens, L'ngarns und der Lombardei. 
Mit kunsthistorischen Erlauterungen. Wien, 
1864. Text, Illuminated t. p., with illus. and 
initial letters ; Atlas, Illuminated t. p. and fron- 
tispiece ; 46 chromolithographic plates in gold 
and colors. Text and Atlas in 1 v. F<>. . . *,*C.C.9.1 

Boddam-Whetham, John W. Roraima and British 
Guiana. With a glance at Bermuda, the West 
Indies, and the Spanish Main. L., 1879. Plate. 

Map. 8« 2360a.69 

An account of an unsuccessful attempt to reach the 
summit of Roraima, a mountain in British Guiana, 
practically inaccessible, unless by balloons. 

BOLTZ, August. A new conversation grammar of the 
German language. Berlin, 1872. 3 pts. in 1. 
80 2889.74 

Bonaparte, Elizabeth (Patterson). Life and letters. 
[Ed.l By E. L. Didler. N. Y., 1879. Portr. 

120.-'. 4346.77 

Madame Patterson Bonaparte, the daughter of Wil- 
liam Patterson, of Baltimore, was the wife of Jerome 
Bonaparte, whose marriage with her was annulled by 
order of his brother, the First Consul. She lived many 
years in various European cities, and her letters are 
interesting us containing descriptions of the Bonaparte 
family. 

Bonaparte, Napoleon E. L. J. J., prince. Death 
and funeral of the Prince Imperial. [L., 1879.] 
Illus. [Special number of the Illustrated Lon- 
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Sheli. No. 
BOBEL, Theodore. The count Ag6nor de Gasparin. 

Tr. from the French. N. Y. [1879.] 16» . . . 4647.60 

Gasparin was bom 1810, died 1871. He was a zealous 
protestant, and at one time was in Guizot's cabinet. 
Author, among other worlcs, of " L'Amirique devant 
I'Europe," and " Les £tats-Unis en 1861." 

Boston. Auditor's annual report. B.,1879. 8* . .•6358.11 

— City Iloapital. Fourteenth and fifteenth report 

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1879. 8» •0357.10 

— Overseers of the poor. Fifteenth annual report. 

[B., 1879.1 8» •7572.64 

Botany. See Buckton ; — Henslow ; Lankester. 
BOULTBEE, Thomas P. A history of the church of 

England. Pre-reformation period. L., 1879. 

80 3613.6« 

BOUBGES, Isaac de. Description des monumenU de 

Paris. Introd. et notes par V. Dafour. P., 

1878. Illus. 160 No. 1 in 2639.M 

BocBGOiN, J. Les Elements de I'art arabe. Le trait 

des entrelacs. P., 1879. 190 plates. 10 chro- 
molithographs. L. 80 4071.71 

BOTER DE Sainte-Slzanne, femile V. C, baron de. 

Les tapissericB fran^aiscs. P., 1879. 160, 1. p. . 4026.74 

Bracton, Henry de. De legibus et consnctudlniDua 
Anglise. Ed. by Sir T. Twiss. Vol. 2. L., 

1879. 80 •7028.50 

Bbandes, George. Esalas Tegner. En lltteratur- 

psychologisk Studie. Med Portr. Kj^benhavn, 

1878. 160 2840a.07 

Bb£dif, L. L'eloquence politique en Grftce. D^mos- 

thfene. P., 1879. 8o 2996.54 

Breitinger, H. Aus neuern Litterataren. Ziirich, 

1879. 80 2600.49 

Cmiienti. — Der Salon Rambouillet ; Eine dtutache 
Prinzessin (Elizabeth) am Hofe Ludwigs XTV.; R»- 
alismus in der fVauzSsischen Dichtung des 18 Jahrhun- 
derts ; P. L. Courier ; Pierre Lanfrey ; Frau von Statl 
und George Sand; E. de Amicis; Zwti siciliaoisctaa 
Belletristen. 

Bremer, Fredrika. Samlade Bkrifter. 1 Urval. Teck- 
ningar ur Hvardagslifvet. Orebro, 1808-71. 
5 v. 80 28M.64 

Bright, John. Public addresses. Ed. by J. E. T. 

Rogers. L., 1879. 8o 4673.01 

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Brooke, Stopford A. Milton. N. Y., 1879. 12* . . 2660.01 

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Brooks, Phillips. The influence of Jesus. N. Y.. 

1879. [The Bohlen lectures, 1879.1 16o . . 3440b.61 
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Buckton, Catherine M. Town and window gmrden- 

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BimKE, Oliver J. The history of the lord ch»n<>«' '".n" 

of Ireland, from 1180 to 1874. Dublin. J»'»-.,^^ ., 

Portrs Plate. 8o . xoio.oi 

Rirkhabdt.'g.E. 'Klclne Ml»«lons-Blbllolbek. 2Ui 

^ lufl B.2. Bielefeld, 1877. 8' ««.« 

ContenU.-S. Die e^angeliscb* Mission nnfer den 

befreitrn und ftfirn Ncgcrn In Westafrika. von O. E. 

Burkhaitll. acAuB. Umgtb«arb«ilttvop H. Oranil*- 

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BcBNHAH, J. H., compiler. History of Bloomington 
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BusCH, Wilhelm. Der Geburtstagoder die Partikular- 
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BcsER, B. Die Beziehungen der Mediceer zu Frank- 
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BCSSET, Harry F., and Reid, Thomas W. The news- 
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BUTIiER, Richard, ed. Registrum Prioratus om- 
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Btb, Robert. Gita. Roman. Lpz., 1877. 4 v. in 2. 

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Caij>erwood, Henry. The relations of mind and 

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Campbei,!,, Sir George. White and black : the out- 
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— Same.' W. Y.', IS-fd.' 8«' .' .' .' .' .' .".'.*!!! .' 2328.70 

Canada. See Dominion. 

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Cape, Thomas. Brief sketches of Bridlington-Quay. 
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Capesius, J. Die Metaphysik Herbart's. Ein Bei- 
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Carou, E. Le pauperisme. P., 1879. 18" 3579.82 

Carrau, Ludovic. Etudes sur la theorie de revolu- 
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Cart, George L. An introduction to the Greek of 

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Catlus, Anne Claude P. de T. de G. de P. de L., 
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Champier, Victor. I.«8 beaux-arts en France et a 
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Chefs-d'ceuvre, Les,d'art & I'Exposition universelle, 

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Debnoiresterres, Gustave (LeB.). Iconographle 
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French dramatic poet, 1733-1816. A list of the editions 
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DuVAX, George. Histoire de la litterature r6volution- 

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Bureau .... ♦4470a.71 

Carroll . . . . •4470a. 72 

Jo Daviess . . •4470a.73 

Knox *4470a.74 

La Salle. . . . ♦4470a.75 



462S.0 



Morgan . . .•44708.76 

Ogle •44I0a.77 

Warren . . . *4470a.78 
Winnebago . . •4470a.79 
Woodford . . •4470a.80 



Jasper . . . . *447e.00 
Jefferson . . .•4476.61 

Leo •4476.68 

Linn •4476.63 



Marshall . 


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Monroe . . 


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MuHcatino . 


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Van Buren 


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Wapello . . 


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Black Hawk . . •4476.54 

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Des Moiues , . . *4476.57 

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Henry *4476.59 

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Perry, Edwin A. Modern observations on rifle 
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Sunderland, B. Sketch of the life of Dr. W. Gun- 
ton. Wash., 1878. Illus. Portr. 16» . . . *4349.84 

8CPP£, Franz von. Fatinitza. Comic opera. "With 
English, German and Italian text. B., 1879. 
40 8051.57 

SwEETSER, Moses F. AUston [the artist]. B., 

1879. 160 4079.36 

— Picturesque Maine. Portland, 1879. Photo- 

graphs. Map. 16» 2369.81 

— Views in the White Mountains. Portland, 1879. 

3 V. 30 photographs. 4« . ***2380.10 

The tame preface and introduction are prefixed to 
each vol. Only 21 diftercnt views are given, 9 dupli- 
cates being inserted. 

Symonds, John A. Sketches and studies in Italy. 

L., 1879. Plate. 8" 2768.64 

Beprinted in great measare from the Fortnightly re- 
view and Comhill magazine. 

Tanagra figurines. See Curtis. 

Taplin, George, and others. The native tribes of 

South Australia. Adelaide, 1879. Illus. 8" . 6040.53 
Taylor, Isaac. Greeks and Goths : a study on the 

runes. L., 1879. 8» 3035.62 

Taylor, William B. Memoir of Joseph Henry. A 

sketch of his scientific work. Phila., 1879. 

Portr. 80 *2343.58 

Tegn^r, Esaias. Smarre Dikter. [Stockholm, 

1866.] 120 4878.93 

Temperance. See Paget. 

Tennyson, Alfred. The lover's Ule. L., 1879. 8m. 

go ; 4668.79 

Testui., L. Lo M'Boundou du Gabon, etude de 

physiologie eiperimentale. P., 1878. 8» . . . 3784.58 

The M'Boundou, called also Icaja and Akasga, is a 
plant used by the natives of Gaboon in their incanta- 
tions. Its botanical place has not yet been deterininjd. 

Theuriet, Andr6. Sous bois. Impreseions d'un 

forestler. P., 1878. 120 4666.80 

Thieh, a. Die Wasserversorgung der Stadt MUn- 

chen. MitPliinen. MUuchen. [1877?] 4» . ♦3940.24 

Thompson, Maurice and W. H. How to train in 
archery. A manual of long-range bow shoot- 
ing. N.Y.ri879.] 16» 6009a.90 

Thrall, Homer 8. A pictorial history of Texas. 
3d ed. St. Louis, 1879. Illus. Portrs. Folded 
maps. 8« . . *2372.73 

TOBLER, J. Die Uetlibergbahn mit Stelgungen bis 
auf 70 per Milltj, und Bergbahn-Locomotlven 

mit einfecher Adhiision. Mit Plan, Liingenpro- 

fil und drei lithog. Tafeln. ZUrich, 1876. 4» . 4011.72 

Todd, James H., ed. Book of hymns of the ancient 
church of Ireland. Fnscic. 1, 2. With trons- 
latlon and notes. Dublin, 1855, 69. 2 v, 8m. 

40 •2414.64 

— The Irish version' of the Historia Britonum of 
Nennius. Ed., with a transl. and notes. Dub- 
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Todd, James 11., and Reeves, William, ed. The 
martyrology of Donegal. A calendar of the 
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with the Irish text. Dublin, 1864. 8» . . . .•2414.60 

TOUTAIN, Paul. Dans les Highlands: Edinburgh; 

Trossachs; bkvc P., 1879. 18« 2448.71 

T0WN6HEND, 8. N. '(•' St. Kamei.") Colorado: iU 
agriculture, stock-feeding, scenery, and •boot- 
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Transvaal. See Hutchinson; — Neves. 

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1879. 8* *438JJ 

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brating the reign of Queen Victoria by the in- 
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TRin^AT, Eugene. La photographie appllqudo i 
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Bcrits. P., 1879. Illus. 12» r • . • 3870.74 

Turkey. See Greene; — Keene; — Mtiuy; — Salzen- 
bcrg. 

Tyndall, John. Fragments of science, dthed. L., 

1879. 2 v. 8m. 8» 8916.83 



United States. Bureau of agrictilture. General 
index of agricultural reports of the Patent 
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— Bureau of statistics. Quarterly report* showing 

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— Centennial commission. International exhibi- 

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Minutes. 

VALFRAMBERT, Charles. ,R«P<rt?«^^P?"%"«' t*"^ ^.g. 
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Value of railroad securities In the pant /«>"'?«»«• 
Monthly range of stocks and bonda, "''2-'»- 
N. Y., 1879. IfiVobl . . . . • • W»M 

Varney, George J. The yoong people « history or 
Maine ; to the final settlement "f lu Iwundarle. 
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VfcDRENNE, Prosper. Vie do Charlea x, ">' «*«^^^-, 
Franco. 3cVd. P., 1879. 8 v. Portrt. 8» . 4844.W 

Venice. .•>><• Ranko. . t_ 

Vion ssON, Gudbraiid, and POWELI,, V.\. An Ice- 
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ViscHER, Robert. LucaSignorelli unddieitalienjsche 

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ViTRrNGA, C. L. Gedenkschrift. Arnhelm, 1857-64. 

4 V. 80 2895.52 

VoiGT, Georg. Enea Silvio de' Piccolomini, als Papst 

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VOTSEY, Charles. On prophecy. L., 1879. Sm. 8" . 3417.66 

Wai<ford, Cornelius. The famines of the world. 

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"Waulace, Alfred R., ed. Australasia. With ethno- 
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Walling, Henry F., and Hitchcock, Charles H. 
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Warren, Henry W. Recreations in astronomy. 

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Water. -See Gordon ;— Nichols ;— Salbach ; — 
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Watson, John F. Annals of Philadelphia and Penn- 
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Watson, William H. Science teachings in living 
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Webster, Daniel. Great speeches and orations. 
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Webster, Noah. An American dictionary of the 
English language. Rev., and enlarged, by 
Chauncy A. Goodrich and Noah Porter. 
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Wecker, Louis de. Chirurgie ocnlaire. Lemons re- 
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Wetkalch, Jacob J. Festigkeit und Dimensionen- 
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Wheatlet, Henry B. What Is an index? a few 

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Whitaker, Joseph. Almanack, 1879. L. [1879.1 

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Whttlock, Alice. Earliest efforts. [Poems.] L., 

1879. Sm. 8« 4568.82 

Wichert, Ernst. Ein starkes Herz. Roman. Jena, 

1878. 3v. 160 4876.63 

WiCKES, Stephen. History of medicine in New Jer- 
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N. J., 1879. 8° •3n4.56 

Wicksteed, Philip H. Dante. Six sermons. L., 

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WiixiAM, archbitop of Tyre, about 1130-1 188. Guil- 

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W11.8ON, Sir Samuel. Salmon at the Antipodes, an 
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Wise, Bernhard R. Facta and fallacies of modem 
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1878. L., 1879. 8» 3649.n 

WOLTMANN, Alfred. Geschichte der Malerei. B. 1. 

Lpz., 1879. 8* •4072.82 

Wyckoff, Wm. C. The silk goods of America. 

N. Y., 1879. S* 4016.74 

Wyman, Thomas B. The genealogies and estates of 
Charlestown. Mass., 1629-1818. [Ed. by H. H. 
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♦•2331.57; ♦2331.68 

Wyntoun, Andrew. Orygynale cronykal of Scot- 
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Zehetmayr, Sebastian. Analogisch-vergleichendes 
Wortcrbuch iiber das Gesammtgebiet der in- 
dogermanischen Sprachen. Auf Grund stren- 
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gung des Lat., Griech., Deutschen, Slavischen 
und Sanskrit. Lpz., 1879. L; 8» »2951.52 

Zeitschrift flir Kirchengeschichte, berausg. von 

D. T. Brieger. B. 2. Gotha, 1878. 8» . . . *7628.1 

Zeitschrift fur Museologie nnd Antiquitatenkunde. 

ler Jahrg. Dresden, 1878. 4» •6220.57 

Zeller, Jules. Histoire d'AUemagne. [T. 3.] P., 

1876. 8» 2827.62 

Zoroaster. See Harlez. 



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A. L. O. E., pteud. See Tucker, C. 

Abbott, Edwin A. How to write clearly . . . J. P. 2427.4 

Adams, Henry. The life of Albert Gallatin . Rox. 7011.6 

Adams, Henry C. Hair-breadth escapes ; or, the ad- 
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Adams, Mrs. Leith. Madelon Lemoine. A novel . 08.20 

Adeler, Max, pteud. See Clark, C. H. 

Alden, Isabella M. {Pansy.) My daughter Snsan. 

[Fiction.] 99.20; I>or. 294.21 

Advocatea woman's woik in temperance. 

— Ruth Erskine's crosses. [Fiction] 99.5 

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Partly dealing with miuion work. 

Alden, Isabella M., and Foster, Isabella H. (Faye 
Exintingtoii.) Modern prophets, and [13] 
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Alger, Horatio, Jr. Jack's ward S. E. 1410.26a 

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Andersen, Hans C. The improvisatore . . . £. B. 312.17 

A story of Italian life. 

AiCDREWS, Fanny. (Elzey Hay.) A mere adventurer. 

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Arnold, Thomas. History of Rome S. E. 624.2 

Atkinson, Edward. Labor and capital allies, not 

enemies . . . .1135.12; Brl. 101.134; Chn. 5119.30 
i. P. 1019.23; Rox. 1738.7; N. B. 350a.4 

Bacon, George W. The young man's guide to suc- 
cess 1132.6 

— compiler. Alcohol at the bar : the highest med- 
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Bailey, James M. Mr. Phillips' goneness. [Fiction.] 98.19 
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K. B. 242.86; J. P. 527.13; Rox. 134.21 
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BAnr, Alexander. Education as a science . . . T>or. 334.12 
Bajeung-Gould, Sabine. The vicar of Morwenstow. 

A life of Robert 8. Hawker J. P. 1234.15 

Rox. 1026.T 

This life of a most eccentric English clerKyman, who 
is said to have died in the communion of the Roman 
Catholic church, contains interesting accounts of life in 
Cornwall. 

Bates, E. Katharine. Nile days. A novel . . Dor. 294.17 
Beecher, Eunice W. All around the bouse; or, 

how to make homes happy. By Mrs. H. W. 

Beecher Chn. 5217.21 

Beix, Lucia C. " True blue." A story of the great 

north-west 98.22 

A book for girls. 

Beli^mt, Charles J. The Breton mills 97.14 

A story illustrating the life of operatives in American 
mills. 

Benedict, Frank L. Her friend Laurence. A novel. 

Dor. 292.20 
Besant, Walter. Gaspard de CoUgny (marquis de 

Chatillon) . . . .1544.32; Chn. 2718.29 ; Dor. 79.26 
jr. P. 219.30; Rox. 1029.4; S. B. 350a.3 

Brief biography ending with an account of the mas- 
sacre of St. Bartholomew, of which Admiral Coligny 
was the first victim. 
— Rabelais 1549.41 

His life, and an analysis of his works. Including ex- 
tracts. 

Besant, Walter, and Rice, James. 'Twas in Trafal- 

gar's bay. [Fiction.] Clin. 2165.4 

Bible. A commentary on the Holy Scriptures. By 
John P. Lange [and others]. Transl. and ed. 
by Philip Schatf [and others]. Vol. 11. 
' Rox. R.R., B. 2.1 

Content: — 11. The prophet Isaiah. Expounded by 
C. W. E. Nagelsbach. Tr. by 8. T. Lowrio and D. 
Moore. 

Bird, Isabella L. The Hawaiian archipelago . J.P. 1435.23 
Bishop, Maria J. Hours with the lonely . . . S.B. 250.30 
A selection of pieces in prose and poetry. 

Bishop, William H. Detmold : a romance . . Dor. 293.19 

A story of Italian artistic life. 
Bjobnson, Bjornstjerne. Life by the fells and fiords. 98.2 

Short stories illustrating Norwegian life. "Ame" 
has been published independently (414.11; 416.2). 

Black, William. Goldsmith S.E. 433.6 

Brief sketch of Oliver Goldsmith. 

Blaikie, William. How to get strong and how to 

Btayso 1173.8; Chn. 4427.3 

Bonaparte, Elizabeth (Patterson) . Life and letters. 1644.33 
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Broglie, (J. V.) Albert, due de. The king's secret : 
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" The reputation of Louli XV will not gain, I fear, by 
this new light that is thrown upon it."— Preface 5» the 
Due de Broglie, 

Brooks, Phillips. The Bohlen lectures, 1879. The 

influence of Jesus . . . . Dor. 334.14; Box. 2116.4 

Brush, Christine C. The colonel's opera cloak . . . O^,? 

Bri. 11.139; Chn. 2157.19; Dor. 293.16 

B.B. 329.66; J.P. 416.34; Rox. 132.15 

S.B. 240a.20; S.E. 1717.14 

Published anonymously in the "No name series." 
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Bderstenbinder, Emille, (E. Werner.) At a high 

price. [Fiction.]^ \''-^'^^-^ 

Burnett, Charles H. Hearing, and how to keep It. 

Dor. 198.58 

Burnett, Frances H. Haworth's . • • • • • • • • ^^^ 

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S.B. 275.46; S.E. 1824.16 

Story of life among the iron-works of Lancashire. 



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BOTT, Beatrice M. Delicia. [Fiction.] 97.10 

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Buxton, B. H. Great Grenfell gardens. A novel . . . 98.9 

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Cable, George W. Old Creole days J.P. 616.10 

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Campion, John S. On foot in Spain J.P. I4S3.5 

Carleton's hand-book of popular quotations . Dor. 285.6 
Chahkerlain, I'arthene D. The mistresa of the 

house. [Fiction.] 97.18 

Champney, Lizzie W., compiler and ed. Entertain- 
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Charles, Elizabeth. Joan the maid, deliverer of 

France and England J.P. 624.23 

Church, Florence./ormfrJy Mitt Marryat. A broken 

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Story of an English family in France, published also 
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Church, Richard W. Spenser S.E. 433.2 

Brief sketch of his life with an analysis of the " Fatrle 
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Clark, Charles H. (Max Adeler.) Random shou. 

1854.8; Bri. 34.121 

Clark, Wm. R. Savonarola : his life and times > Dor. 374.4 

Clement, Clara E., and Hutton, Laurence. Artists 
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cal sketches. 2 v Dor. 334.11 

Cobban, J. M. The euro of souls. A novel .... 99.11 

Illustrating English clerical lift. 

CODMAN, John. The round trip by way of Panama, 
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Coffin, Charles Carleton. The boys of '76 . .S.E. 633.11 

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CONDER, Claude R. Judas Maccabtous and the Jewish 

war of Independence 1543.35; J. P. 1216.24 

Cottages : how to arrange and build them . . .J.P. 2326.8 
COWLET, Charles. Leaves from a lawyer's I'^e »^"*'»,o, „ 

and ashore *^""* ti« ,, 

CowPER, William. The task. A poem ....... 1»«3.11 

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Craio, Asa H. The question book. A general view 

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CrAIK, Georgiana M. Dorc4i8. -^ i>p'«''. ••••••_ Sw 

^ Brl. 38 177; Chn. 2013.69; Dor. 825.64 ;E. B. 261.4 

J. P.^1.M ; Box. 721.33 ; 8. B. 211 .09 ; ». E. 1830.70 

CUPPLES, George. The "green hand." ^„".'^°^, „ „, 

Thn" 2013.68 ;bor.' 325!58 ; E. B.' 251 -S^J. P^MJ.M 
Box. 721.34; S. B. 211.UR; 8. E. 1820.60 
CUBTEI8, E. A. A sketch of the life "f "j;?""** 

Augustus Selwyn, late bishop of ^'*^'^"^^ 5438.11 
Cotts, Edward L. Turning poInU of general church 

history Dor.wi.i 

Rox. 6214.11 



Crabb, George. English synonymes. Newed.,wilh 



D'Anvem, N. Raphael 

Short sketch of his lift and works. 

Darton, John M. Brave boy. who have <><«««• ^ „ 
illustrious men of our tlino. ...... • J^ "gk 1 

Darwin. Charles (R.). Insectivorous planU . . Dor. »0».l 

DAvrE^! Kdgar W. The old French eb.U*u near ^^ 

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De Amicis, Edmondo. Studies of Paris 1699.21 

Dor. 128.10 
Dewey, Jerusha, compiler. Helps to devout living. 

Rox. 2117.1 
Dickens, Charies, jr. Dictionary of London, 1879. 

ehn. 2313.22; S. E. 918.4 

Dickinson, Anna E. A ragged register 1848.7 

Bri. 112.114; CUm. 6318.7; Dor. 407.3 
J. P. 1636.23; S. B. 339.23 
Sketches of travel and work. 

DiNGELSTEDT, Franz. Die Amazone. Novelle . . . 2011.13 
Story of artistic and operatic life. 

Drayson, Alfred W. The art of practical whist . . 1181.10 
Dl' Chaillc, Paul B. The country of the dwarfs. 

Dor. 123.19 
DCMAS, Alexandre (D.) Twenty years after . . S. E. 213.10 

Edwards, Matilda Betham. Holidays in eastern 

France 1667.22; Cfem. 2313.23 

Dor. 29.27; E. B. 88.28; Rox. 439.8; S. E. 828.16 

Eliot, Samuel, ed. Selections from American au- 
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Ella, John. Musical sketches, abroad and at home. 

With original music by Mozart, etc. . . Rox. 1613.19 

Ellinwood, March, pseud. A year at Poplar row. 97.19 

Short stories for girls. 

Encyclopedia of chemistry, as applied to the arts 

and manufactures. 2 v CIui. 112.4 

ESTES, Dana, ed. Half-hour recreations in popular 

science. 2d series J. P. 1924.12 

Farrer, James A. Primitive manners and customs. 

J. P. 1035.14 

Field, Henry M. From Egypt to Japan 1694 19 

Dor. 22.27 
Fisher, Frances C. (Christian Reid.) "Valerie 

Aylmer. A novel Dor. 314.31 

FiTZPATHICK, William J. The life of Charles Lever. 641.14 
Bri. 67.65; Cbn. 2013.66; Dor. 175.22 
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FONBLANQUE, Edward B. de. Political and military 
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Forrester, Francis, pseud. See Wise, D. 
FORWELL, William. A thousand miles' cruise in the 
Silver Cloud : from Dundee to France and back 

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Foster, Isabella H. (Faye Huntington.) Echoing 

and re-echoing 99.19; Dor. 292.22 

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Frazak, Douglas. Practical boat-sailing . . .JT. P. 2438.5 

Freeman, Martha. Somebody's Ned . . 98.7; Clm. 2166.22 

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Gaskell, George A. Complete compendium of ele- 
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Gems of English song. A collection of choice songs, 
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Gibbons, Phebe E. French and Belgians 1667.23 

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Giles, Ella A. Maiden Kachel. [Fiction.] 96.22 

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Grant, Robert. The little tin gods-on-wheels ; or, 

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Granville, Joseph M. Common mind-troubleB. 

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— Bleep and sleepleBsness Rox. 1528.17 



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Rox. 6436.6 
Sketches by a civil engineer of life in England and 
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Guide to success in poultry keeping 1161.8 

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Haering, (G.) Wilhelm (H.). Der Warwolf. [Fic- 
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Hamley, Charles. Wassail. [Fiction.] 1503.47 

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Hare, Augustus J. C- The life and letters of Frances, 

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Hatton, J. L., and Molloy, J. L., ed. The songs 
of Ireland, including the most favourite of 
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TTtt.t., Adams 8. The principles of rhetoric. Ap- 
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His heart's desire. [Fiction.] 8. E. 1824.14 

HOEY, Mr*. F. Cashel. Nazareth Dor. 334.13 

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Musical novel, scene in Italy and Germany. 

HOLDEN, Luther L. A summer jaunt through the 
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Physics and hydraulics of the Mississippi. 

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HUTTON, Richard H. Sir Walter Scott . . . . S. £. 433.10 

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Hdxley, Thomas H. Ilumo S. E. 433.4 

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INGELOW, Jean. Sarah de Berenger 99.14 

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James, George P. R. The gypsy. A tale 70.35 

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— Mary of Burgundy S. E. 1714.1 

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An English emigrant's favorable experience in 
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Johnson, Artemas N. New method of harmony. 

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Kappey, J. A., ed. The songs of Germany. A collec- 
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KiNGSLEY, Charles. Madame How and Lady Why; 

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Kirk, Ellen W., formerly Miss Olney. Clare and 

B^be Dor. 294.14 

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Shell. No. 
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Anna Jameson J. P. 1233.12 

Author of " Sacred and legendary art," " Memoir* of 
celebrated female sorereigns," etc. 

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stories 07.23 

Mahaffy, John P. Classical antiquities. 1. Old 

Greek life E. B. 200.0 

Mallock, William H. Is life worth living? 

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Manning, Samuel, and Green, Snmui-I G. English 

pictures drawn with pen and pencil . . . N. E. 810.2 

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Rox. 132.20 
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Conienf.— l. The cultivation of the senses. — 2. Tha 
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MARsnAi.L, Emma. Brothers and sistart. A story 

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Martin, Theodore. The life of the Prlnoo Consort. 

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Correction of title in July Bulletin. 

Meyers, Robert C. Miss Margery's roses. A love 

story OT.17 

MiDDLEMASS, Jean. Touch and go. [Fiction.] . . 08.12 

MiNTO, William. Daniel Defoe 8. E. 433.8 

Minturn, William. The last of the Kerdrecs . . . 08.11 

Historical Action of the time of the French r«Tolu- 
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MOLLOY, James L. Our autumn holiday on French 

rivers 1667.19; Olm. 2325.1 ; Dor. 138.8 

Rox. 437.12; «. B. 340.16; U.K. HI7.8 
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MoRLEY.John. Burke 1630.24; 8. £.439 11 

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MORRiB, I^wis. The cnlc of Hades. [Poem.] . Bor. IT JO 
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Mueller, (K.) Max. Lectures on the origin and 

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Tons of India Bor. 285.7 ; Rom. 2112.8 

Muetzelburo, Adolf. Der Horr dir Well, hortact- 

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4v.ln2 ,V • • •*''*•*• 

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Unitarian clergyman and editor of the " Chrl^lan 

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MUSICAL record. The. Edlt«d by D«xt«r BmltlK 

Vol. 1. 1878 '••»• >"•" 

Napp. Richard, and other*. The AnfenUne reptile. 

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Newman, John H. Loss and gain ; the story of a 

convert S. B. 146.38 

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young housekeepers 1183.5 

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[Fiction.] 98.4; l>or. 408.3; J. P. 824.6 

Rox. 2315.9; S. B. 149 37 
Oliver, Edward B. The study of music . Rox. R.R.,H.l 
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underworld . . . . 97.9; Chn. 2167.4; l>or. 416.2 
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Paige, Lucius R. History of Cambridge, Mass., 

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Patrick, Mary, Mr. Leslie of Underwood. A story. 90.10 

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E. B. 251,2; J. P. 631.52; Rox. 721.32 

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Pattoc, Ange A. The voice as an instrument. Rox. 1518.24 

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nor. 408.1; J. P. 824.7; Rox. 2315.11; S. B. 140.56 
Phelps, Agnes. One year at our boarding-school, 

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PiTTMAN, J., and others, ed. The songs of Scotland. 

A collection of 190 songs. Music and poetry. 202.25 
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the liberal faith JT. P. 1833.1; S. E. 1524.2 

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the French revolution. [Fiction.] From the 
French Dor. 311.12 

Rand, Edward A. The schooner on the beach . . . 98.21 

a story for boya. ^ 

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Reid, Mayne. The flag of distress : a story of the 

South seas 97.21 

— Gaspar the Gaucho Brl. 26,91 ; Cbn. 2157,23 

E. B. 492,4; Rox. 1134.6; S. B. 115.3 
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J. P. 617.110; Rox. 123.26; S. B. 239.50 

RiDEiNG, William H. A-saddle in the wild West . . 1637.15 

Bri. 51,116; Cbn. 2315.2; E. B. 88,27; J.P. 1336.9 

Rox. 216.1; S. B. 339.16 

Robert, Henry M. Pocket manual of rules of 

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[Fiction.] 99.6; Cbn. 2154.5; E.B. 349.54 

Rox. 139.35; S. B. 350a.l3; S. E. 1729.13 

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Rox. 1517,18 
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Rox. 1914.20 
Ryd BERG, Viktor, Roman days. From the Swedish, 

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Sharkey, Theodore K. Mate to mate, A novel . , 99,26 
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Skin, The, and its troubles 1174.24 

Smiles, Samuel. Robert Dick, baker of Thurso, 

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heir 90,13 

Souvestre, fimile, and S. M. Maggie's rosary and 

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Staats, William. A tight squeeze ; or, the adventures 
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Stephen, Leslie. Samuel Johnson 8.E. 433.8 

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Stock, Sarah G. The child's life of our Lord .... 2103.15 

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Stowe, Harriet (E.) B., and others. Six of one by 
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Streckfuss, Adolph. Castle Hohenwald. After 

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SwiNTON, William. Rambles among words , , Dor. 358.3 

Symonds, John A. Renaissance in Italy. The fine 

arta J.P. 2323.2 

— Shelley S.E. 433.9 

- Tales from •' Blackwood." New ser. No, 14 . . . 87,26 

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Tardieu, Jules. Money. [Fiction.] From the 

French. . . . '. 97.8; 98.3; Cbn. 2158.23 

J.P. 617.8; Rox. 123.23; S.B. 220.71 

S.E. 1827.20 

Taylor, Benjamin F. Between the Gates . . J.P. 1334.12 

Description of a visit to California. 

— Summer-savory. [Miscellaneous essays.] .... 1848.8 
Taylor, John. The great pyramid. Why was it 

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Harland.) 'The dinner year-book , . , Cbn. 5217,11 
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modern histonr S.B. 72,7 

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dashes 97.6; Bri. 33.94; Cbn. 2168.3 

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S.B. 270.6; S.E. 1827.18 

Theurtet, Andr6. Young Maugars 98.16 

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Story of artist life. 

Thornbury, (Q.) Walter, and Walvord, Edward, 

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Tiny workers; or, man's little rivals in the animal 

world 1178.30 

Treat, Mary, Chapters on ants 1178,31 

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Rox. 1529.11; S.B. 350a,6 

Tried, test«d, proved. The home cook book . , . . 1183.4 

Trollope, Anthony, An eye for an eye . . . Rox. 2315.2 

— John Caldigate 97,23; Rox. 721.30 

Correction of title in July Bulletin. 

— Thackeray S. E. 433.6 

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, , Chn. 625.22 

Tucker, Charlotte. (A. L. 0. E.) Precepts in prac- 
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Up de Graff, Thad. S. Bodines ; or, camping on the 

Lycoming . . . . , 1195.23 



Van Loon, Elizabeth. Under the willows. fFic 



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Walford, L. B. Cousins. [Fiction.]. . 97.2; Chn. 2168.1 
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Warner, Charles D. In the Wilderness [Adiron- 
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Warner, Susan. My desire. [Fiction.] . . . J. P. 434.24 

Welles, Albert. The pedigree and history of the 
Washington family; from Odin, B.C. 70, to 
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There is a criticism of thii work in the Nation, July 
81, 1879. 

Werner, E., pseud. See Buerstenbinder, E. 
Wheeler, George A. and Henry W. History of 
Brunswick, Topsham, and Uarpswell, Maine. 

Clm. 2884.5 



MYSTERIES, MIRACLE PLAYS, ETC. 

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Whittakeb, Frederick. Away westward 97.20 

Thi» ia the tame itory at " The cadet button," though 
the headings of the chapter! and the wording haT« 
been much altered. 

WrLUAMBOM, Joseph. History of BelCut, Maine. 

T^ rr ^ Chn. 2884.3 

Wilson, Henry. History of the rise and fall of the 

slave power in America. Vol. 3 E. B. 354 7 

WiNSLOW, Forbes K. The children's fairy geogra- 

,„ phy «41.a 

Winter, William. The trip to England . . . . 8.E. 817.4 
Wise, Daniel. {Francis Forre$ttr7) Florence Bald- 
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World, The, of song : a collection of popular songs, 

ballads, and duets, with an accompaniment. 
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Wthan, Thomas B., ed. The genealogies and estatAS 

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Mysteries, Miracle Plays, Moralities, and Keligious Dramas, 

The earliest religious plays. The Christus Patiens of Gregorius Nazianzenus, and the dramas of Hrotswitha, the nun of 
Gandersheim, may be regarded as attempts to supplant the works of the classic writers, by those of a distinctly religious 
character. The middle age mysteries, miracle plays, Spanish Autos sacramcntales, Italian Rappresentazionl, and German 
Geistliche Spiele were all the natural outcome of the dramatic ceremonies which began to attend the elaborate observances of 
the liturgy in the Catholic church. At first commended by the clergy, they were afterwards condemned as they began to 
lose their religious simplicity. A number of moralities, which still preserved much of the spirit of the mysteries, have been 
included in this list. Farces, interludes, and entremeses, do not strictly belong here. At the rise of the modem drama, 
these spectacles gradually disappeared, though in England miracle plays were acted till the time of James i. A genuine 
passion-play is still performed at Ober-Ammergau every t«u years. The baroness Tautphoeus, in Quits [430.62], describes 
this ceremony. Minutoli [D.130a.l4] gives the text of a Mystery heard at Valencia in 1853. A realistic account of the 
morality of St. George, said to be performed still by mummers, in England, is to be found in Hardy's Keturn of the native 
[89.37]. Victor Hugo, in the Hunchback of Notre Dame [1421.10], furnishes a vivid study of the performance of a miracle 
play in the middle ages. Many curious details not to be found elsewhere are given in Du Cange's Olossarium media el 
InfinisB Latinitatis [*4110.3] under theatrical words peculiar to the age; for instance, Festum asinorum, Pastor, etc. A farther 
investigation of this subject could be made by looking up the references in the foot-notes of such books as Warton's History 
of English poetry, vol. 2 [4573.26], and Sepet's Prophetcs du Christ [4674-52]. The dmmatic histories of the various 
countries contain considerable but not original information ; the most important of such histories are referred to below? For 
a general study of the topic, Klein's Geschichte des Drama's [4874.4] is perhaps the fullest. Only a part of the most 
important articles in reviews and publications of societies are given. A few of interest omitted here will be found in tb* 
Jahrbuch fUr romanische und englische Literatur [**6886.1], and the Journal des savans [•3313.2]. For a more compleU 
list of this branch of the Spanish drama the Ticknor catalogue must be consulted. As will bo seen the French have been, 
and are still, most active in bringing to light their manuscripts and rare books on the old mysteries. Llttlo lias been don* 
in Germany; while in England little, if any, remains to be done. Ancona's larga collccUoD of Bacro rapprcaenlaxionl 
contains the most important literature of the religious drama in Italy. 

BhsU. Ke. 
BiBLiOTHfcQCX de I'teole des chartes. P., 18»— . 8».»nTl.l 

Contain; U rfr., vol S, p. ««. NiHlcs d'un mrsUte 
rcpK-«rnt6 4 Troyet. par A Vallrt d« VlriTillei vol. 
fi, p. 37, Notice d'un myttire ioMll au lie tlMs. par A. 
Tallct de TiiUllIci 0* •«r.,Tol. X, p. «, 8w U T4<1lsbls 
sutcur du Myittre da la paaalon i vol. (, p. 1, EtsMsa 
du Myitiie du aitge d'Orltant, par A. TslM «• TM- 
Tille ; 6e *»r., vol. 3, pp. I. Ill | ral. 4, pp. Mt, HI, Las 
prophitea du Chriat, par M. SepH i Toi. St, s«a4s Un, 
p. 657, Lea tola niagea, fragmtal duo dtaaw Utaigiqas 
du llealide. 

C'LfiMENT, F. Hlatolre (n^nirnle de la muslque rellgl- 

cuBc. P., 1861. 8* »04».» 

Fp. 88-318 trtsi of th« liturgical dramas, Ihs li m« < l - 



Shcir. No. 



Frencs. 



Adam. Mystfere du 12e siicle. Texte, accompagn6 

d'une trad, par L.Palustre. P., 1877. 8m. 4» . 2664.9 

Beadchamps, p. p. G. de. Rechcrches sur Ics thea- 
tres de France. P., 1735. 4» G.3420.4 

Ck>ngiderable matter relating to the aubject will bo 
found on pp. 102-166. 

Berriat Saint Prix, J. Remarques sur les andens 
jeux des mystdres. (In Memoires de la Societe 
royale des antiquaircs de France. Vol. 6, p. 
165. P., 1823.) . *5276.1.6 

Beza, T. Abrahanius sacriflcahs. Tragcedla Gal- 
lice a Iteza jam olim edita, rccens vero Latlne 
a J. I. Barrcnsl conversa. {In Poemata 
varia, pp. 283-343. Geneva, 1597.) ♦4231.8 



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MYSTERIES, MIRACLE PLAYS, ETC. 



October, 



Shelf. No. 

Clement, F., continued. 

ate precursors of the miracle plays. See also Annalcs 
arch^ologiques, t. 7, p. ."»3; t. 8, pp. 36, 77,304; t. 9, pp. 27, 
162;t. 10, p. l.M; t. ll,p.6. 

Collection de poesies, romans, etc., public d'aprfes 
d'anciens manuscrite et d'aprfes des editions 
des ISeetieeeiecles. P., 1839-58. i'. 24 liv. in 

6v G.3547.6 

C(»i(en<«. — In part, the following:— 1. Moralite tres- 
excellente a I'honneur de la glorieuse assumption nostrc 
Dame, composee par Jean Parmentier. — 2. Nativity de 
nostre seigneur Jhesuchrist fx personnages. Avec la 
digne accouch^e ; Miracle dc nostre dame d'Berthe fSme 
duroy Pepin. — 3. Miracle de nostre damede la marJ[se 
de la Oaudine; Le mystire de la vie et hystoire de 
monseigneur sainct Martin. 

CoNFKfeRES, Leg, de la passion. (In Revue retrospec- 
tive, le s6rie, v. 4.) *5409.60.4 

CocssEMAKER, E. de. Drames liturgiques du moyen 

age. (Texteetmusique.) P., 1861. 4» . . .•8041.20 

Journal des savans, 1860, pp. 309, 521 ; 1861, p. 48, con- 
tains a lengthy review by C. Magnin. In Annales 
archeologiques, t. II, p. 197, is an article by Cousse- 
raaker on the Drame liturgique. 

Cry, Le, et proclamation publicque : pour iouer le 
mistere des actes des apostres en la ville de 
Paris [etc.]. P., 1541. [Reprint 1830.] Black 
letter. 8» G.8646.9 

DiDRON, A. N., aine, and La Fons-Melicocq. A., 
baron de. Procession draniatique au 16e slfecle. 
[Alfio, Procession de B6thune.] {In Annales 
archeologiques, 1. 10, pp. 249, 312 ; 1. 11, p. 36.)* 3361.1.10 

QlRARDOT, A. T., baron de. Mystfere des actes des 
apotres. (In Annales archeologiques, 1. 13, pp. 
16, 62, 134, 155, 239; t. 14, continue par Darcel, 
pp. 12, 83.) *3361.1.13,14 

Grand mystfere, Le, de Jesus, passion et resurrec- 
tion. Drame breton du moyen age. Avec une 
^tude sur le theatre chez les nations celtiques, 
par le vicomte Hersart de La Villemarque. 
2e ed. P., 1866. Plate. IS" 6667.1 

The Journal des savans, 1865, p. 756 [*3403.1], contains 

a review by M. P. fi. Littr4. 

» 

Gresban, or Gr^ban, A. Le myst^re de la Passion. 
Publie par G. Paris et G. Raynaud. P., 
1878. L. 80 4671.51 

Gresban, or Gr6ban, 8. Le premier [et le second] 
volume du triumphant mystere des Actes des 
Apostres translate fidelement a la verite his- 
toriale I escripte par sainct Luc a Theophile. 
Et illustre des legendes autenticques et vies de 
sainctz Receues par leglise | tout ordonne par 
personnages. {^Colophon: .... Imprimez a 
Paris pour GuiUaume alabat. . . . par Nico- 
las Couteau. . . . et furent acheuez le xve. 
iour de Mars Ian de grace Mil cinq cens xxxvii. 
auant Pasques.l 2 v. in 1. (9), cliix, (1) ; 
(7), ccxviii,(l) ff. aSlarft Utter. F» (8) . . . •♦G.283.20 

— Premier, Le fet le second] volume . . . par per- 

sonnages, aernierement ioue a Bourges | et ira- 
prime nouvellement a Paris | mil cinq cens 
quarante. . . . par Arnoul et Charles les an- 
geliers. (10), cxcvii, (1); (8), ccli, (1) ff. 
Black letter. 4o **G.284.82 

— Le Premier [et le second] volume . . . par per- 

sonages. [Also, Lapocalypse Sainct Jehan 
zebedee | ou sont comprinses les visions et 
rcuelations que icelluy sainct Jehan eut en 
lysle de Pathmos | le tout ordonne par figures 
conuenables selon le texte de la saincte escrip- 
ture. Ensemble les cruaultez de Domicien 
Cesar. [Par Louis Choquet].] [Colop?ion: 
. . . Et fut acheue le dit liure d'imprimer le 
xxviie. iour de May Lan mil cinq cens xli. 
pour Arnoul et Charles les angeliers freres.l 
(5), ccxx [xhould read ccx] ; (2), clxxv [should 
read clxxxil] ; xlvi ff. 38lack letter. Bm. f» (6). 

**G.283.80 
This is the rarest edition of the Mystdre. 

Jeu, Le, de saint Maxent. Mystfere, compost par 
F. M. Galiczon. (In Melanges historiques, 
littiralres, bibllographlques, publi^e par la So- 
ciety des bibliophiles bretons. T. 1.) . . . . *467.553 

JOCHNAL des savans. 1828. P., 1828. 4» •3373.1 

Mai, 1828, p. 297, contains a fragment of the farce of 
St. Nicholas, older than the 13th century. 



132 



Shelf. No. 
JuBiNAL, A., ed. Mystdres in^dits du quinzieme 

si^cle. P., 1837. 2 v. 8« G.3650.1; 2666.50 

CotUentt. — 1. Le mystere de saint fitienne ; La con- 
version de saint Paul ; La conversion de saint Denis; 
La conversion de saint Pierre et de saint Paul ; Le mar- 
tyre de saint Denis et de ses compagnons; Les miracles 
de sainte Genevieve ; La vie de saint Fiacre. — 2. La na- 
tivite de Jhesucrist; Le geu des trois rois; La passion 
de notre Seigneur ; La resurrection de notre Seigneur. 

La Vigne, a. de. Moralite de I'aveugle et du boi- 
teux. P., 1831. (In Poesies gothiques fran- 
Qoises.) 4<> G.3842.5 

Laz, Le, daraour diuT a viii psonages cest assauoir 
Charite Jesucrist Lame Justice Verite Bone 
inspiracio. Les filles de syon Les pecheurs. 
[P., 1833.] Fac-simile. Black letter. 16" . . G.8550.5 

Leorand d'Aussy, p. J. B. Fabliaux ou contes 
[etc.], du 12e et 13e siMes. 3e 6d. P., 1829. 
8« G.3542.1 

In vol. 2, pp. 180-90, are abstracts of Le miracle de 
Thiophile, and Le Jeu de S. Nicolas. 

Littr6, M. p. '&. Histoire de la langue fran^aise. 

P., 1863. 2 V. 8» 2686.16 

Vol. 2 contains £tude sur Adam, mystere. 

— Mystferea. (In 'fetudcs snr les barbarea et le 

moyen age. P., 1867. 8») 2295.14 

Marin, F. L. C, and others. Biblioth^que du thea- 
tre franjois. Dresde, 1768. 3 v. 16» *4697.4 

Vol. 1 contains (pp. 1-130) a list of mysteries, and mo- 
ralities, with analysis of the plot of each. 

Mahtyre, Le, de sainte Agnes. Mystire en vlellle 
langue proven5ale. Texte revu, accompagn^ 
d'une tr., par A. L. Sardou. Nice. [1877. J 
80 6651.7 

The periodical Romania, vol. 6, p. 295 [*4685.53], con- 
tains a review of this Mystery. For a review of 
Bartsch's edition, see Bibliotheque des ^coles fran^aises 
d'Athenes et de Rome, vol. 1, pp. 271-283 [2953.61]. 

Miracle de Nostre Dame de Robert le Dyable, fils 
du due de Normendie, a qui il fu enjoint pour 
ses meffaiz qu'il feist le fol sans parler ; et de- 
puis ot Nostre Seignor mercy de li, et espousa 
la fille de I'empereur. Publie pour la premifere 
fois. Rouen, 1836. Fac-simile. 8», 1. p . . G.3640.13 

Un des dix exemplaires, grand papier, auquel on a 
ajouti un fac-simile sur vilin et colori& 

Miracles de Nostre Dame par personnages, publics 

par G. Paris & U. Robert. P., 1876-78. 3 v. 8o.2674.68 

Content: — 1. L'enfant donni au diable; L'&bbeesse 
grosse; L'evesque que I'arcediacre murtrit; La femme 
du Toy de Fortigal ; La nativity nostre seigneur Jhesu 
Crist; Saint .Jehan Crisothomes; Le nonne qui laiisa 
son abbaie; Un pape qui vendi le basme. — 2. Saint. 
GuiUaume du desert; L'evesque a qui Nostre Dame 
s'apparut ; Un marchant et un larron ; La marquise de 
la Oaudine; L'empcreur Julien; Unprevostque Nostre 
Damedelivra; D'un enfant que Nostre Dame resucita; 
La mere du Pape. — 3. Un paroissian esconmeni£; 
Theodore; Un chanoine qui se maria; Saint Sevestre; 
Barlaam et Josaphat; Saint Fanthaleon. 

MiBTERE, Le, de la conception | natiuite i mariage | et 
annonciation de la benoiste vierge | Marie. 
[Colophon: — Imprime nouuellement a Paris 
par Alain lotrian.] n. d. xciii (1), ff. Black 
letter. 8' (i) **G.284.36 

MiBTiiRE, Le, du siege d'Orleans, pub. par F. Gues- 
sard et Ede Certain. (In Collection de docu- 
ments inedits sur I'histoire de France. P., 
1862.) •2660.9 

MiSTiiRE, Le, du Viel Testament, pub. par le baron 

J. de Rothschild. [Vol. 1.] P., 1879. 8» . . 2674.69 

" Le Mistire duViel Testament est une oeavtc collec- 
tive, qui a d& s'ilaborer lentement pendant le cours du 
15e siJcIe." — Prifact. 

MoNMERQufe, L. J. N., and MicnEL, F. Theatre fran- 
;ai8 au moyen-age. (12e-14e si^cles.) P., 
1839. L. 8» G.3420.3; 2671.13 

Coniain%, Les vierges sages et les vierges folles; L* 
resurrection du Sauveur (fragment) .... ; Le miracl* 



1879. 



Shelf. No. 
MONMERQU^, L. J. N., and Michel, F., continued. 

de Theophilc ; Jeu de saint Nicolas, par J. Bodel; Un 
miracle de Nostre Dame d'Amis et d'Amille; Un mi- 
racle de saint iRiiacc; Un miracle de saint Valentin; 
Six miracles de Nostre Dame. 

An ezhaiMtive reriew of this work, by C. Magnin, 
may be found in Journal des Savans, 184fi, pp.l-IG, 70- 
93, 449-465, .544-558, 62(i-637i 1847. pp. .TG-SS, 151-102. 

MOKAlilTfi de la vendition de 'Joseph, 4 quarante-neuf 

personnages. P., 1835. Black letter. 4» . . . G.3545.12 

MORALlTfi; de Mundua, Caro, Demonia, sk cluq per- 
sonnages. P., 1838. Black letter. 4» . . . G.3545.U 

Morality des blasphemateurs de Dieu, & dix-sept 

personnages. P., 1831. Black letter. 4» . . U.3545.13 

MoRALiTfi nouuelle du manuals riclie et du ladre. 

A douze personnages. [Alx, 1823.] 18" . . G.3,550 7 

— Same. P., 1833. 16» G.3550.8 

MoRALlxfe novvcUe tres frvctvevse, de I'enfant de 

perdition, qui pendlt son pere, & tua sa mere : 

& comment 11 se desespera, a sept personnages. 

Lyon, 1608. [Reprint : P., 1833.] 16» . . . G.3550.6 
Mystere, Le, de Griselidls marquis de saluses, par 

personnaiges nouuollement imprime a Paris. 

P. [1832.] Black Icttei. 4» G.3550.2 

MYSTfeRE de sanit Crespin et s.ilnt (Jrespiiiien, public 

par L. Dessalles et P. Chabaille. P., 1830. 8". G.3550.4 
NOVVELLE morallte dune pauvre fille villageoiso la- 

quelle ayma mieux auolr la tete couppee par 

son pere que destro violee par son Seigneur. 

A quatre personnages. P. [1822.] Black letter. 

le" G.3550.9 

— Same. P., n. d. 16» G.3564.10 

Raymouard, F. J. M. Notice surle mystfere de Saint 

Orespln et de saint Crespinien. (In Journal 

des savans. Juin, 1836. pp. 363-74.) .... *3383.1 

Resurrection, La, de nostre seigneur ihcsuchrlst. 
Par personnages. Comment 11 saparut a ses 
apostres et a plusicurs aultres. Et comment il 
monta es cieulx le lour de so assencion. 
Nouuellement Imprime a paris. [ Colophon : — 
Par la veuufe de feu Jehan trepperel et Jehan 
iehannot.] n. d. Black letter. 8m. 4» . . **G.284.37 

RfiSURRECTlON, La, du Sauveur, fragment d'un Mys- 
tere Inedit; public par A. Jubinal. P., 1834. 
8» No. 7 In G.3543.8 

Romania. Publi6 par P. Meyer et G. Paris. P., 

1873-79. S" ■. . . . G.4685.53 

Vol.4 contains: Le mystire'des rois Mages dans la 
cathMrale de Nevers (par L. Delisle). 

Rougemont, F. de. Un mystere de la passion et La 
theorie de la redemption. Neuchatel, 1876. 
16« . . -. 3457.94 

RuTEBEUF. Le miracle de Theophile. (In OSuvres 

completes. Vol.2. P., 1839.) 2687.1.2 

Sensuit le mistere de la Passion de nostre seigneur 
Jesuchrist Nouuellemet reueu et corrige oul- 
tre les precedentes impressions. Auec les ad- 
ditions faictes I par tres eloquent &8cientiftcque 
docteur Maistre Jehan Michel. [ Colophon : — 
Imprime a Paris p Alain lotrlan . . . Ian Mil. 
v.c.xxxix. ccliii (1) ff. Black letter. Wood 
cuts. Sm. 4« ♦*G.284.35 

Contains a manuscript copy of the Prologue capital, 
which, according to Brunct, is only in the folio cditioni. 

Sepet, M. Le drame ohr6tlen au moyen Sge. P., 

1878. 16» 4676.63 

— Les prophfetes du Christ, foude sur les origlnes 

du theatre au moyen-age. P., 1878. 8o . . . 4674.62 
TrvnBR, H. Histoire de la litterature dramatique en 

Franco jusqu'auCld. P., 1873. S* 2672.57 

Gives an analysis and a part of the text of several 
mysteries. 

VieI/-Ca8Tei<, L., baron de. Lo drame religieux. 

[P., 1840.] 8m. 40 No. 7 in **D.160b.73 

VtOLLET-LE-Duc, A., ed. Ancien theatre fran^ois. 

P., 1854-58. 16» *2079.17 

ConletU: — ^. Moralit6 nouvelle dea Enfans dc main- 
tenant; Morality nouvelle; Mnraliti nouvelle d'une 
Empereur; Moralit6 ou histoire rommainc d'une 
femme qui avoit voulu Irsliir la cite dc Romme; 
La vie et hystoire du maulvaia riche; Moraliti nou- 
velle de cbariti ; Le chevalier qui donna sa femme au 
Dyable. (A mystery.) 



MYSTERIE S, MIRACLE PLAYS, ETC. 

Shelf. No. 
Emgubb. 

Bale, J. A breefe comedy, or cnterludc, of Johan 
Baptystes pre.-icliynge in the wylderuesse. (In 
Ilarltian miscellany, voL 1, p. 202. L., 1808.) 

*2412 1 1 
Collier, J. P., ed. Fivf miracle plays, or Bcriptuml 

dramas. L., 1836. 8m. 8» . G.3817.16 

C'oH/enw. - Harrowing of hell; The sacriflce of 
Abraham ; The adoration of the ahephenla; The mar- 
riage of the virgin ; The advent of Aulirhriat. 

— The history of English dramatic poetry. L.. 

1831. 3v. 8» ., ' , . IrUMi 

— Same. New ed. L., 1879. 8 v. 8m. 4* . . ."•2571.60 

A de(ail<-d description of English miracle plays, 

moral playa, and interludes occupirs the moat of vol. 2. 

Dodsley, R. a select collection of old EnglUh 

plays. 4lh ed. Ed. by W. C. Uazllu. L., 

"^*- 8* 2574.6S 

Vol. 1 containa, Interlude of the four elemrala; 
Every man, a moral play: Tlie world and the child; 
God's promiM-t, a moraliiy. by J. Bale. — 1 Tlir inter- 
lude of youth; Lusty Juventua; The history of Jacob 
and Esau ; 'I'he marriage of Wit and Science. — S. New 
custom; The trial of pleaiure; Like will to like, by U. 
Fulwcll. — 4. The conflict of conaclenee: The thfw 
ladiea of London; The (bre« lorda and three ladtcs of 
London. • 

Ebert, a. Die ongllschen Mysterlen.mll benondrrer 
Beriichsichligung der Towneley-Saniinlung. 
{In Jahrbucli fiir romnnische und engllitchc 
LiUratnr. Icr B. Berlin, 1859.) *^068«.I.l 

Grotius, U. Christ's passion. A tragedy. [Tr. by 

Geo. Sandys.] L., 1640. 8m. s» U.3070.3 

Not intended for the ata^e. Thia copy bdongcd to 

Southey. 

IlARnoM-iNG of Hell : a miracle play written in the 
reign of Edward ll. First pub. by J. Halll- 
well-Phillips. L., 1840. 8* G.3810.ae 

Earliest known English mystery. The editor saya ll 
ia improperly called a miracle play. 

Hawkins, T. The origin of the English drama, 
illus. in Its various species, viz. : mystery, 
moraliiy [etc.]. Oxford, 1773. 3 v. 8ni. 8». 

G. 392:1, 13; 2M8.8 
Vol. 1 rontains, Candlemaa-day, or the killing uf Uie 
Children of larael, a myatery; Every-nian, a motml- 
ity; Ilycke-scorner, a morality; Lusty Juventua, a 
morality. 

Hone, W. Ancient mysteries described, ropcclally 
the EngliHh miracle plays founded on Apocry- 
phal New TesUiment storv-. L, 18'23. 8*. . .2675.34 

Incredulity of St. Thomaa. The skryvenem' play. 
Ed. by J. P. Collier, (/n Camden miocellanv, 

vol. 4. L., 1859.) : nAM.Xf 

If not the oldest, il ia one of the oldeat dramoa in our 
language. Printed from what probably wa« a pnMiipt- 
book of the Corpua Chriati playa at York. 

Judicii;m, a pageant. Extracted from the Townolcv 
manuscript of ancient mysterie*. L., IK22. 
[Hoxburghcclub.l 4* UJ0QO.12 

LUDUS Covcntrlir. A collection of mysU'rica formerly 
represented at Coventry on tlio feiutt of Ourpu* 
Christi. Kd. by J. (>. Halllwcll. L.. IMI. 
[Shakespeare soc.] 8* U.a»S7.33; 4AMJ 

Marklani), J. IL Chester mysUTlea. (In K. Ma- 

lone's .ShalceHpeiirc. L.. 1K21.) . •4At^ 3.3; O.403S.M 

Marriace, The, of Wit and Wisdom, iinrlcnt Inlor- 
lude. Ed. by J. (>. Ilalllwell. L.. 1H46. 
[Shakespeare soo. 1846.) 8» 8027.14 

Marriott, W. A colli-cUon of Engllah mlrarlo. 
plays, or mystoriea : oontalnlnir irn drminaa 
from tlio Che«U«r, Coventry, and .TowncUsjr 
series, with two of latter [iic\ date. BMel, 

1838. 8* **T6.3 

ConttHU. — Cheater niirarle playa : The drluira, AMW 
chriati Ciivrntry miracle playa : Ji>M|>b'i JTCjoMgr, Tlw 
trial of Mary and JoKph, Tlie pofeaM of Iht (wnpaar 
of ahearmrn and tallora; Towaelcy Mlnci* plaTIi 
I'harao, I'aatarrs, Crucltlslo, Eztradio oatanaran ab 
Inferno, Judilium: Candlemaa-day. or the kOUaC of 
the Children of larael CBy t. Parfte); Owl'a | 
Cby J. Bale J. 



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MYSTERIES. MIRACLE PLAYS, ETC. 



October, 

Shelf. No. 
Wefmhold, K. Weihnacht Spiele nnd Lieder ansa 

Suddeutschland und Schleeien. Graez, 1853. 

8" **2875.2 

Weller, E. Das alte Volks-Theater der Schweiz. 

Frauenfeld, 1863. 8» 2871.13 

WiLKEN, E. Geschichte der g^istlichen Spiele in 

Deutachland. Gottingen, 1872. 8» 2873.14 



Spanish. 

Autos desde sn orfgen hasta fines del siglo 17. 
(/n Biblioteca de autores espanoles. Madrid, 
1865.) 8» **D.161.1.58 

See Ticknor catalogue, p. 39, for contents of thia vol- 



AvTOS sacramentales con qvatro comedias nvevas, y 
BV8 loas, y entremesses. Primera parte. Ma- 
drid, 1655. 8m. 4<> (8) **D.176.13 

For contents, see Ticknor catalogue, pp. 22, 23. 

BOEHL VON Faber, J. N., ed. Teatro espanol ante- 
rior a Lope de Vega. Hamburgo, 1832. 8'. 

**D.176.9; 4246.10 

Contains Seis representaciones [^glogas] de J. del 
Encina, and Ocho representaciones [autos, etc.] de Gil 
Vicente. 

Calderon de tA Barca, p. Autos sacramentales, 
etc. 

For a list of Calderon's religions dramaa and of critical 
treatises upon them, see Ticknor catalogue, pp. 52, S3. 

Cdbillo de Aragon, a. Los desagravios de Christo 

[Madrid, 1751.] 8m. 4« No. 2 in **D.173.5 

— Los trivnfos de San Migvel. {In his El enano de 

las mvsas. Madrid, 1654.) **D.176.22 

Fernandez, J., ed. Avtos sacramentales, y al naci- 

miento de Christo, con svs loaa, y entremeses. 

Madrid, 1675. 8m. 40 **D.152.12; G.3351.7 

For contents see Ticknor catalogue, p. 131. 

MacCarthy, D. F., tr. and ed. Mysteries of Cor- 
pus Chrlsti. From the Spanish. Dublin, 1867. 
16"> . . **D.140b.l2,13,14; 6089a.3 

Contenti. — Introduction from the German of F. 
Lorinser; Essay from the Spanish of £. G. Fedroso; 
Calderon's Belshazzar's feast. The divine Fhilothea. 

Misteri de Adam y Eva. {In Minutoli's Altes und 
Neues aus 8panien. Vol. 2. Berlin, 1854.) 

**D.130a.l4 

Printed by Minntoli as he heard it at the Feast of the 
Sacrament at Valencia in 1853. See also vol. 1, pp. 1-7, 
of this book. 

MiSTERiO, El, de los reyes magos ; von Z. Lidforss. 
{In Jahrbuch fiir romanische und englische 
Literatur. 12er B. Lpz., 1871.) *6686.1.12 

ROBLES, I. de, ed. Navidad y Corpvs Cbristi, per 
los mejores ingenios de Espana. en diez y seia 
avtos a lo divino, diez y seis loas, y mez y 

*" ~ " *D.: 



Shelf. No. 
NOHWicil pageants. The grocers' play. From a 
manuscript in possession of R. Fitch. Nor- 
wich, 1856. 8» G.3960.17 

Sharp, T. A dissertation on the pageants, or dra- 
matic mysteries, anciently performed at Cov- 
.entry. Coventry, 1825. lUus. F» G.3830.2 

Contains an autograph letter of T. Sharp. 

Sharfe, L. Remarks on the Towneley mysteries. 

{In Archseologia. Vol. 27. L., 1838.) . . . *3311.1.27 

Skelton, J. Magnyfycence, a goodly interlude and 
a merry. {I71 "his Poetical works, vol. 1. L., 
1843.) 2608.8.1 

— Same. L., 1821. (Roxburghe club pub.) . . G.3960.16 
Towneley mysteries. The. [Ed. by J. Raine and 

J. Gordon.] L., 1836. [Surtees society pub.] 

8» G.3817.13; ♦2417.3 

In Drake's History of York [*2500.n], pp. xxiz-sxxii, 
of the appendix, is an extract from an old register rela- 
tive to these Corpus Christi plays. See also History and 
Antiquities of York. York, 1785 [*2499.14], vol. 2, 
pp. 119-133, for a description of the guilds in the yearly 
pageants. 

"Wakton, T. History of English jwetry, from 12th to 
close of the 16th century. Ed. by W. C. Haz- 
Utt. L., 1871. 4 V. 8« 4673.26 

Consult vol. 2 for an account of moralities, mysteries, 
and miracle plays. Malone, in his edition of Shake- 
speare, vol. 3, pp. 8-37, L., 1821 [*4594.3.3], gives a 
brief abstract of Warton's remarks on this subject. 

"Wright, Th., ed. Chester plays. A collection of 
mysteries formerly represented by the trades 
of Chester at Whiteuntide. L., 1843. 2 v. 
[Shakeepeare soc] 8» 4596.8 

See Harleian Catalogue, No. 201.3, for a notice of these 
M88. [*7O70.4]. Assigned, but probably erroneously, to 
Ralph Higden. 

— Early mysteries, and other Latin poems of the 

12th and 13th centuries. L., 1838. 8» 60^.3 

Contents. — Miracula IV Sancti Nicholai ; Mysteria 
e^nriraculum e libris Novi Testaraenti desurapta; Mys- 
terium tatuamm virginum, etc. 

German. 

Carhina Bdrana. Stuttgart, 1847. [Bibl. des litte- 

rarischen Vereins in Stuttgart. Vol. 16.] . *4225.1.16 

On p. 81, is Ludus scenicus de nativitate Domini, and 
on p. 95, Ludus paschalis sive de passioiie Domini. 

Devrient, E. Erste Entwicklung der Schauspiel- 
kunst aus dem Mysterien, Moralitaten und 
Schuldramen. {In Geschichte der deutschen 
Schauspielkunst. ler B. Lpz., 1848. le".) . . 2870.42 

Geistliches Spiel, Ein, von S. Meinrads Leben und 
Sterben. Herausg. von P. Gall Morel. Stutt- 
gart, 1863. [Bibl. des litterarischen Vereins 
in Stuttgart. Vol. 69.] %o *4235.1.69 

Gottscheden, J. C. Nothiger Vorrath zur Ge- 
schichte der deutschen dramatischen Dicht- 
kunst. Lpz., 1757-65. 16» *2175.7 

Contains Gallicanus, ein Schauspiel der Rhoswitha, 
and Ein schon Spiel, von Fraw Jutten. 

Hrotsvitha. Die Werke. Herausg. von K. A. Ba. 

rack. Nurnberg, 1858. S" 2873.68 

Lexer, M. Weihnacht-Spiele und Lieder aus Karn- 

ten. (Anhang to Karntisches Worterbuch. 

Lpz., 1862.) 4882.4 

MoNE, F. J. TJebersicht der niederlandischen Volks- 

Literatur alterer Zeit. Tubingen, 1838. 8» . . 4859.8 

On pp. 354-361 is a list of a few Dutch miracle plays. 

Proehle, H., ed. Weltliche und geistliche Volks- 
lieder und Volkschauspiele. Aschersleben, 
1855. 16* 4219a.6 

Contains Zwei geistliche Kom9dien> Das Sehwert- 
fechterspiel, and Das heilige DreikSnigsspiel. See 
also Herrig's Archiv, B. 13, p. 427 [3358.1.13]. 

Rein, A., ed. Vier geistliche Spiele des 17. Jahr- 
hunderts Tur Charfreitag und Fronleichnams- 
fest. Crefeld, 1853. 8» 6088.104 

SCHROEER, K. J., ed. Deutsche Weihnachtspiele aus 

Ungern. Wien, 1858. le" 4223.21 



1.176.12 



seis entremeses. Madrfd, 1664. Bm 4' . 

For contents see Ticknor catalogue, p. 80S. " A very 
rare volume."— Ticknob. 

VaIjDIVielso, J. de. Doze actos sacramentales, y 
dos comedias divinas. Toledo, 1622. Sm. 4* 
(8) **D.176.13; G.3351.9 

Vega Carpio, L. F. de. Fiestas del ss.mo sacra- 
mento, repartidas en doce autos sacramentales, 
con loas y entremeses. Madrid, 1778. (Co- 
leccion de obras sueltas. T. 18.) 8m. 4« ♦•D.147.9.18 

For the rest of his religious plays, consult the Tick- 
nor catalogue, under his name. 

Vicente, G. Autos. {^In Boehl von Faber, J. N., 
ed. Teatro espanol. Hamburgo, 1832.) 

4246.20; **D.176.9 

Italian. 

Alamanni, a. La rapresentatione della conver- 
sione di Santa Maria Madalena. [Anon.l n.p., 
n. d. 160 •4798.47 

Ancona, a. d', ed. Sacre rappresentazloni del secoli 

14-16. Firenze, 1872. 3 v. 12* 4779a.65 



184 



1879. 



Shelf. No. 
Ancona, a. d'., ed., continued. 

Content: — I. Abramo e Agar; Abramo ed Isac, di 
FeoBelcari; Giuseppe flgliuolo di Giacobbe; Anifiolo 
Raffacle e di Tobia; Regina Ester; Annunziaxione, di 
Feo Bclcari; Nativitadi Cristo; Puriacazionedi Nostra 
donna; Disputa al Tempio; San Giovanni nel deserto, 
di Feo Belcari e Tommaso Benci ; Conversione di Santa 
Maria Maddaleiia; Cena e Passione, di Castellano 
Castellani; Resurrezione di Gesix Cristo; FiKliuol 
prodico, di Castellano Castellani ; Uii miracolo di Santa 
Maria Maddaleua; San Tommaso, di Castellano Castel- 
lani.— 2. Sant' Ignazio; Sant' Antonio; San Panunzio, 
di Feo Belcari; Santa Barbara; San Grisante e Daria; 
Santa Margherita; Barlaam e Josafat, di Bernardo 
Pulci; Coslantino imperatore, San Silvestro papa e 
Sant' Elena; San Giovanni e Paulo, di L. de' Medici; 
Santa Eufrasia, di Castellano Castellani ; Santa 
Teodora; Sette dormicnti; Sant' Onofrio, di Castellano 
Castellani ; Sant' Orsola, di Castellano Castellani ; Teo- 
fllo. — 3. L'esaltazione della croce, di G. Cecchi; San 
Giovanni Gualberto; Re superbo; Santa Guglielma, 
di madonna Antonia Pulci; Santa Uliva; Stella; 
Rosana; Un pellegrino; Un miraculodidue pellegrini; 
Tin miracolo di tre pelligrini; Agnolo Ebreo; Di de 
giudizio, di F. Belcari e A. Araldo. 

Contains forty-four rappresentazioni selected from 
over one hundred examined by tlie editor. 

Andr£INI, Or. B. L'Adatno. Sacra rappresentazione. 

2a ed. Lugano, 1834. 16" 4777.20 

— Same. {In Scolari's Saggio di critica sul Para- 

diso perduto di G. Milton. Venezia, 1818.) . . 2603.61 

Andreini's Adamo is believed to be one of the sources 
whence Milton derived his Paradise Lost. 

Belcari, Feo. Rappresentazioni. Firenze, 1833. 

8" 2795.4 

Contains: Abraam e Isaac suo flgliuolo; Annunzia- 
zione de nostra donna; San Giovanni Battista quando 
andd nel deserto; San Panuzio; La rappresentazione 
quando la N. donna vergine Maria fu annunziala dall' 
Angelo Gabriello; Xscensione ; Avveniniento dello 
spirito santo, il di della Pentecosti : Di de giudicio. 

Dbammatici sacri del secolo 18. Venezia, 1790. 

[Parnaso italiano. T. 54.] IB" *2789.1.64 

Conr«n««. — Sisara, di Apostolo Zeno; Gerusalemme 
convertita, di Apostolo Zeno; L'eroe pastore [David]; 



RENAISSANCE 

^ Shelf. No. 

URAMMATici sacri del secolo 18, coniinwd. 

Adamo, di Giovanni Gnnelli; Gioas, re di Giuda; 

Betulia liberaU; Sant' Elena al Calvario; Giusepp^ 

riconosciuto ; Iji morte d'Abrl ; I* passione di Ges& 

Cristo; Per la festivili del S. Nalale; Isacco. 

Medici, Lorenzo de'. Incomincia In rappresentazione 
di San Giovanni e Paolo, (/n his Pocsie. Bir- 
game, 1763.) ♦rj-gj „ 

RAPPRE8ENTATI0NE, La, di Stella. VeneUa, I604'. 

^^^ •4798.60 

Ober-Ammerqau, etc. 

Blackburn, H. Art in the mountains : the story of 

the passion play [at Ober-Ammergau]. iflu*. 

L., 1870. 8" 2806 1 

CniLDE, Frances C. The English words of the 

" Passion play," at Ober-Ammergau. 2d ed. 

L.. 1871. 12" . .487914 

Dramata sacra, comoedia^ atque tragoedis aliquot e 

Veteri Testameiito desumptn. Baaills. fj 

Oporinus, 1647.] 2 v. 16» G.3S47.8 

Conunti. — l. Protoplastus; Eva; Isaac! Imroolatio; 

Joseph; Nomothesia; Samson; Ruth; Hell, sire 

Pffidonothia. — 2. Sapientia Solominii; Jubus, Hama- 

Dus; Judith; Susanna; Becl; Zorobabel. 
For authors, see Bibliothique draraatlque d« So- 

leinne, vol. 1, p. 80 [•2175.1.1]. 

Greoorids Nazianzenus. Christus nations (/« 
Migne's PatrologisB cursus compfetus. Grcgo- 
rii Opera. T. 4. P., 186'2.) •54716 4 

Hasan and Husain. The miracle play of Hasan and 
Husain, collected from oral tradition by Sir 

Lewis Pelly. L., 1879, 2 v. L. 8» 3022.81 

For a sketch of this play, see Matthew Arnold's " A 
Persian passion play," in CornhiU magazine, vol. 24, 
L., 1871 [•5323.1]. 

MacColl, M. The Ober-Ammergau passion play. 

With remarks on miracle plays. 4th ed. L.. 

1871. Sm. 8» ; 28««.6 

MOLLOY, G. The passion play at Ober-Ammergau 

in the summer of 1871. 2d ed. B., 1872. 

Plates. 8" *2840.7 

RoisiN, F., baron de. Un myst^re de la Passion repri- 

sent^ au 19c slide. {In Annales arch^lo- 

giqucs, T. 11, pp. 80, 157.) •3381.1.11 

VOLK, W. Das Passionspicl zu Ober-Ammcrgnu. 

VonLudwigClarus [p«eud.]. 2t«Aufl. MUn- 

chen, 1860. 16" 4875 



Benaissance. 



Part II. — Political Histoi-y. 

Reference has been made in the preliminary note to the Renaissance list, in the Bulletin for July, to eoliectlona which 
contain the principal sources of Italian history. The works cited in this section have been selected as being the more Im- 
portant works relating to the history of Italy during the Renaissance. The histories of Franco are briefly rcferfcd to, In ■ not* 
under Martin, in the list. The contemporary histories have been included, whether published separately or In rolleetioM. 
The list of biog^raphiee of Statesmen is reserved for a general list of biographies of the Kcnaisnancv. Some of the works 
of historical fiction, based on the history of Italy at this period, are given in the Boston Public Library Claa* IJst of 
Fiction, p. 73. 



Shelf. No. 
[1536-1574.] 
2717.7 



I 



Adriani, G. B. Istoria de' suoi tempi. 
Prato, 1822,23. 8 v. 8» 

Written as a continuation to Guicciardinl. 

AxBtRi, E. Documenti sull' asscdio di Firenze. 

(1529-1530.) Firenze, 1840. Facsimile. 8» . . 2722.8 

. Continuation of BaUziont degU srabasciatori veneti, 
T. 2. 

— Le relazioni degli ambasciatori veneti al senato 
durante 11 secolo decimoscsto. Firenze, 1839- 
68. 11 V. 8<> *4722.1 



Dam's "Histoire de la r£publique de Venise" [2722.9] 
is valuable, though its toue is hostile to the republic, and 



tbelf.lto. 
AXBfeRi, E., cxmtinutd. 

the genuineness of (ome of the doc u ment s eilid br him 
has be<-n called in question, llatlltt's " HMoty of tiM 
Venetian republic " [272311] is the moat mn i p ri l lsBsIf 
history in English, comprising the yMTt M to MV. 
Smedley'f Sketches [an.4i S10.49] eootala • popalar 
■coooDt to the year I79S. Tb* oorf«i|wadMM of Um 
ambassadors is of the hlgtiMt Iropoftaae* as irfvlaf lb« 
views of men iniiiwd lo public aOhlrtf rrgarding th* 
courts to which Ibey wen aeendtted, and fumlshea an 
outlook on the general condltloD of Italy. BaeidM 
Alb*ri consult Baschet, " !.• diplomatic Ttaittwrns" 
CaUJU]ialsohls"Lssai«iklT«siU Ttniss" CmU]t 



185 



RENAISSANCE 



October 



Shelf. No. 
A1.B&RI, E., continued. 

Guistiniani, "Dispacci" [ordered]; Tafel, "Urkun- 
den " [4722.5]; and Romanin, "Storia ducumentata di 
Venezia" [419t).7]. For later publislied documents, 
see the Indices to the "Arehivio sturico italiano" 
[.'>245.1.]. The contemporary histories are contained 
In the "Istorici delle cose veneziane" [2721.1]. See 
also Sanuto, ** Vitae ducum Venetorum" in Muratori, 
T. 22 [2720.1.22], and concerning the French invasions, 
Sanuto, " De hello Gallico," in Muratori, v. 24 [2720.1.24], 
also io Miclielet's " Renaissance " [4fi62.9]. Garzoni'g 
*' Istoria " chronicles the history from 1K32 to 1732. 

AliBERTl, L. B. Commentarius de conjuratione Por- 
caria. [1453.] [Muratori. Rerum Ital. script., 
V. 25.] *2720.1.25 

Alfieri, O., and Ventura, G. and M. Chronica 
Astensia. 1070-1457. [Muratori. Rerum Ital. 
script., V. 11.] *2710.1.11 

Ai/LEGRETTi, A. degli. Ephemerides Senenses. 
1450-1496. [Muratori. Rerum Ital. script., 
V. 23.] *2720.1.23 

See also Bandini in this list for works on Sienna. 

Ammirato, 8. Istorie fiorentine. Con I'aggivnte di 
8. Ammirato, il giovane. Firenze, 1641, 47. 
3 V. Portr. F" *2760.6 

From the earliest times to the 3°ear 1572. 

Annaxes Forolivienses. 127.5-1473. Anonymo auc- 
tore. [Muratori. Rerum Ital. script., v. 22.] 

*2720.1.22 

Annaxes Senenses ab anno 1385 usque ad 1422, 
per anonymura scriptorem deduct!. [Muratori. 
Rerum Ital. script., v. 19.1 *2720.1.19 

Arluno, B. De bello Veneto libri sex. Ubi quae, 
seculo xvi novo, a Germanis, Gallis, Hispanis, 
variisque Italiae princi^ibus, adversus Vene- 
tos gesta, ab his vero inhrmata sunt, usque ad 
pacem inter hos omnes initam [1526], enar- 
rantur. [Graevius. Thes. antiq. et histor. 
Ital., V. 6, pt. 4.1 *4710.1.5 

See under Alberi, for reference to Venetian histories. 

Bandini, G. Historia Senensis. 1402-22. Continuata 
a F. Thomasio et P. Russio, usque ad annum 
1468. [Muratori. Rerum Ital. script., v. 20.] *2720.1.20 

Sec also AUegretti, Bcllarmati, Mini, Pccci, Sozzini 
and Annates Senenses in this list. 

Baschet, a. Les archives de Venise. Histoire de 

la chancellerie secrfete. P., 1870. 8» 2722.15 

— La diplomatie venitienne. Les princes de I'Eu- 
rope au xvie sifecle. D'apres les rapports des 
ambassadeurs venitiens. P., 1862. Fac- 
similes. 8<> 2292.51 

See note under Alberi in this list. 

Beixarmati, M. a., d. 1544. II primo libro delle 

istorie sanesi. Siena, 1844. Folded pi. 8« . . 2727.6 

Bembo, P. Historiae Venetae libri xil. [1487-1513.] 

[Istorici delle cose veneziane, v. 2. Venezia, . 
1718.] Portrs. 4» •2721.1.2 

Another edition, in Italian, is contained in the collec- 
tion of his works [*4192.2; 4802.12]; also a Latin edition 
in Gra8%'ius. Thes. antiq. et hist. Ital., v. 5 pt. 1 
[*4710.1.5]. Continues Sabellico's "Historic rerum 
Venetarum " [♦2721.1.1]. 

Berni, G. Chronicon Eugubinum. 1350-1472. [Mura- 
tori. Rerum Ital. script., v. 21.] *2720.1.21 

BiONDO, F. See Flavio Biondo. 

Bonaini, F., Fabretti, a., and Polidori, F. L., 
ed. Cronache e storie inedite della cittk di 
Perugia. 1150-1563. Firenze, 1850, 51. 2 v. 
[Archiv. stor. ital., v. 16, pt. 1, 2.] 8« . . . *5246.2.16 

Contains among others the chronicles of Graziani 
and Matarazzo. 

B0S8I, L. Della istoria d'ltalia, antica e moderna. 
Con carte geografiche e tavole. Milano, 1819-23. 
19 v. Portrs. 8» •2718.1 

Vols. 17, 18 relate to the history of the Renaissance. 

Bhuhi, L., called Aretino. Istoria floreutina. trndotta 
in volgare da D. Acciajuoli. Premessovi un dis- 
corso su L. B. Aretino, per O. Monzani. 
Firenze, 1861. 8» [Ordered] 

Concerning the contemporary histories of Florence, 
•ee Symonds' " Age of the Despots," p. 188 [2722.51]. 



Shelf. No. 
Brcni, L., called Aretino, continued. 

— Rerum suo tempore in Italia gestarum commen- 

tjirius, 1378-1440. [Muratori. Rerum Ital. 

script., v. 19.] *2720.1.l6 

BuONACCORSi, B. Diario de' svccessi piv important! 
seguiti in Italia, e particolarmente in Fiorenza. 
1498-1512. Con la vita di Lorenzo de Medici, 
da Niccolo Valori. Fiorenza, 1568. 40 ... *2744.8 

Buonaccorsi was employed as Secretary to the Flor- 
entine signory. 

Buonaparte, J., gentiluomo samminiatene. Sul 
sacco di Roma dell' anno 1527. Milano, 1844. 
16' 2719.8 

The sack of Rome, in 1527, had important influence in 
promoting the decline of learning, and of the arts. 

BuONiNSEGNi, D. di L. Storie della citta di Firenze. 

1410-1460. Fiorenza, 1637. 4» •2725.10 

Continuation of P. Buoninsegni's " Historia floreu- 
tina " [2726.4]. 

BCRCHARD, 6. Diarium Innocentii VTil, Alexandri 
VI, Pii III et Julii 11 tempora [1483-1506] 
complecteus nunc primum public! juris factum, 
commentariis et monumentis quamplurimis et 
arcanis adiectis ab A. Gennarelli equite. Flor- 
entiae, 1854-56. L. 8"> [Ordered] 

There is an extract Arom the Diary in " Notices des 
manuscripts du Bihliotheque Impiriale" [R19I.1.1]. 

This is a reprint of a portion of Burchard's celebrated 
diary.- It is an intimate account of the doings of the 
papal court at that time, and is the most important 
authority in regard to them ; it also has formed the basis 
for many later historical works. 

BuRCKHARDT, J. The civilization of the period of 
the Renaissance in Italy. Transl. L., 1878. 
2v. 8» 2723.52 

This edition has full reftrencei, by which a further 
course of reading may be pursued. An important work 
for the proper understanding of the causes and results 
of the Renaissance. 

— Die Cultur der Renaissance in Italien. 2te Anfl. 

Lpz., 1869. 8» 2726.53 

BCRIGOZZO, G. M. Cronaca di Milano. 1500-1544. 

Firenze, 1842. [Archiv. stor. ital., v. 3.] 8« . •5245.2.8 

This continues Cagnola's " Storia di Milano." See 
also Prato and Corio in this list. 

BusER, B. Die Beziehungen derMediceer zu Frank- 
reich wUhrend' der Jahre 1434-1494, in ihrem 
Zusammenhang mit den allgemeinen Verhalt- 
nissen Italiens. Lpz.. 1878. L. 8» 2744.55 

BusiNi, G. B. Lettere a B. Varcbi, sopra I'assedio 
di Firenze, corrette ed accresciute di alcune 
altre Inedite, per cura di G. Milanesi. Firenze, 
1861. 120 [Ordered] 

— Sugli avvenimenti dell' assedio di Firenze 

[1529-30], lettere dirette a B. Varchi. la ed. 
milanese. Milano, 1847. 16* 4719a.3 

Busini was one of the republican exiles from Flor- 
ence, a man of high character, and of much acquisition. 
He wrote these letters, which contain his recollections 
of the eventful period of the siege of Florence, from 
Rome, in 1548-49. — Nobton. 

Cagnola, G. p. Storia di Milano. 1023-1497. Fl- 

renze, 1842. [Archiv. stor. ital., v. 3.] 8» . . *5246.2.3 

For continuation see Prato. 

Canestrini, Q.,ed. Document! per servire alia storia 
della milizia italiana dal eecolo xill al xvi. 
Firenze, 1851. [Archiv. stor. ital., v. 16.] 8». •5246.2.16 

Cantu, C. Storia degli italiani. Torino, 1874-77. 

15 v. 8« 2729a.54 

In vol. 9aod succeeding vols, the Beoaiiwnce period 
is treated. 

Capponi, G. Tumulto de' Ciompi. [1378.] Milano, 

1844. Manni. Cronichette, p. 297. 16» . . . . 4749a.S 

— Monumenta historica de rebus Florentinomm. 

1378-1419. [Muratori. Rerum Ital. script., v. 

18.] •2720.1.18 

Gino Capponi, bom about 1350, was Prior in 1390, and 
Gonfalonier of justice in 1401 and 1418 ; he died in 1431. 



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1879. 

Shelf. No. 
Capponi, G., marchese. Storia della repubblica di 

Firenze. [1050-1532.] Firenze, 1875. 2 v. 8» . . 4T24.50 

This ia the latest Italian authority, and is compiled 
from authentic documents. 

Oafra, or Capolla, Q. F. De bello Mediolanensi, sev 
de rebvs in Italia gestis pro restitvtione Fran- 



Graevius. 

♦4710.1.2 



ciBci Sfortiae ll, 1521-30 libri viii. 
Thes. antiq. et hist. Ital., v. 2, p.. 2.' 
— De bello Museiano liber adoptivvs. "Grsevlus, 

Thes. antiq. et hist. Ital., V. 3, pt. 2.J. . . . *4710.1.3 
Oaracciolo, T., 6. 1436, d. 1517. Opuscvla historica. 

[Muratori. Rerum Ital. script., v. 22.] . . . *2720.1.22 

Chiefly concerns the history of Naples during his 
time. 

Carignani, G. La pblitica italiana dal secolo xv al 
XIX. Considerata su nuovi docuinenti tratti 
dal grande archivio dl Napoli. Napoli, 1864. 
8» 4712.20 

Cabpesano, F. Commentaria Biiorum temporum 
libris X. 1470-1526. [Martfeue. Vet. script, 
coll., V. 5.] *4150.1.5 

Casati, C. C, ea. Lettres royaux et lettres missives 
inedites notamment de Louis xi, Louis xil, 
Franjois I [etc.], relatives aux affaires do 
France et d'ltalie. Tirees des archives de 
Genes, Florence et Venise. P., J877. L. 8» . 2640a.55 

Cavalcanti, G. Istorie florentine. [1420-1452.] 

Con illustrazioni. Firenze, 1838-39. 2 v. L. 8». 2726.2 

ClAMPi, 8. Notizie dei secoli xv e xvi, suU' Italia, 
Polonia e Russia. CoUe vite di B. Sforza de' 
duchi di Milano, regina di Polohia, e di Gio- 
vanni de' Medici detto delle Bande Nere. 
Firenze, 1833. Portrs. 8« 4728.8 

COMlNES, P. de. M^moires. 1464-1498. Nouvelle Edi- 
tion, revue, avec annotations. Publi6e par 
Mile. Dupont. P., 1840-47. 3 v. [Soc. de 

I'hist. de France.] 8o *2626.1 

Comines performed important diplomatic services for 
Louis XII and Charles vill; he also accompanied the 
latter on his invasion of Italy, the events of which he 
records. His chronicle ranks high among the contem- 
porary histories. Comines is a prominent character in 
Scott's " Quentin Durward." 

COMPAGNI, D. Chronicon Florentinum. 1280-1312. 

[Muratori. Rerum Ital. script., v. 9.] ... *2710.1.9 

— Istoria florentina. 1280-1312. Firenze, 1728. 

4" ; 2725.7 

— Same. Pisa, 1818. [Collezione di ottimi scrit- 

tori italiani, v. 3.] 8» *4796.8 

Scheffer-Boichorst, in his " Florentiner Studicn " 
[Ordered], asserts that the Chronicle of Compagni is a 
spurious work ; and maiutainsthe charge in "Die Chronik 
des Dino Compagni," Lpz., 1875. Malaspina's " Isto- 
ria " [2760.10iis also discredited. For an account of the 
controversy, to which this charge gave rise, consult the 
" Archivio storico italiano," 1874, p. 165 ; 1875, p. 453 ; and 
articles in " Historische Zeitschrifl," by Hegcl, v. 35, p. 
32; and Bernhardi, 1877, p. 77 [5228.50]. The following 
works were published in regard to the dispute : Fanfani, 
" Dino Compagni vendicato." Milano, 1870; Hegel, "Die 
Chronik des Dino Compagni." Lpz., 1875. Hegel 
takes issue with Schett'er-Boichorst. Burckhardt says 
that in Germany, Boichorst's view is generally ac- 
cepted, while in Italy the genuineness of the Chronicle 
is maintained. The Italian view is set forth in Cap- 
poni's " Storia delln repubblica di Firenze," v. 2, pp. 
569-574. Symonds speaks in high praise of the Chronicle 
as a contribution to the history of the time. • 

CONTARiMi, G., 6. 1483, d. 1542. De repvblica Ven- 
etomn llbrl v. Ed. 2a. Lvgd. Batav., 1628. 

8m. 16» . .♦4ie0a.9 

A contemporary study on the political system of Ven- 
ice. For a similar study see Qiannotti. 

CORIO, B. Storia di Milano, riveduta e annotata dal 
prof. E. de Magrl. Milano, 1855-57. 3 v. 

lUus. Portr. 8» 3137.9 

This history, which comes down to the year 1499, is 
continued by Prate to the year 1619 [5245.2.16]. Cagno- 
la's " Storia," published in " Archivio storico italiano," 
comprises the period from 1023 to 1497 [5245.2.16]. In 
the lives of the Sforzas, dukes of Milan, the history of 
the city, under their domination, is depicted. Among 
others, consult Qiovio [2300.5]. 



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Shell No. 
CosTANZO, A. di. Istoria del regno dl Napoli. [1261- 
1488.] Milano, 1805 3 v. Portr. [Claasici 

italiani, v. 119, 120.] 8» •♦4804 & 

— Same. Milano, 1831, 32. 4 v. 32* 2739.13 

The Library has no history of Naples in English. 
For recently edited documents on the history, consult the 
Indicesto" Archivio storico italiano "[5245.1). Cornem- 
potary accbunts of periods may be found in Muratori and 
QriEvius, for which see Bates Hall coulogucs. See aleo 
Palermo and Pontano in this list. Purxio, " CoDguirs 
de' baroni " [4796.7] may be consulted for on orouunt 
of the conspiracy against Ferdinand I. Oiaonone's 
" Uistolre du royaumc de Naplei" [in French, 272S.1; 
Italian, 2724.1] and OrlofTs " Minis, sur le royaume de 
Naples" [2724.4] arc coniprchcntive works. The Lift of 
Joanna of Naples [O.201.8] relate* to the hiatonr duriac 
the l.'tth and 14th centuries. 

Cribelli, L. Libri duo de expeditione Pii paps 
secundl in Turcas. [Muraturi. Uerum Ital. 
script., V. 23.] *27a9.1.88 

Damtier, a. L'ltalic. £Xudce hiatoriqnea. 2e M. 

P., 1874. 2 V. 12» 2729.51 

In vol. 2, critical studie* of the political state oTItaly 
during the Renaissance. 

Darrab, J. E., al>bi. A general history of the Cath- 
olic church, from the commencement of tbo 
Christian era until the present time, iat Am. 
ed. N. Y., 1866. 4 v. Portrs. 8» 6613.0 

During tlie Renaissance period in v 3, 4. 

Daru, p. a. N. B. de. Hlatoire de la r£pubUqne de 

Venise. 4e 6d. P., 1853. 9 v. 8* 2722.9 

Have other editions. 

Del£cli)ZE, E. J. Florence et sea vicissitude*. ' 1215- 

1790. P., 1837. 2v. Map. PI. 8« . . .[Ordered] 

Del6cluze contemplated writing a general history o< 
the Renaissance, but only some biographical studies, 
intended to form part of the work, appeared. 

Denina, C. G. M. DcIle rivoluzioni d'lulia libri 

venticinque. Portr. Milano, 18-20. 3 v. 8* . •2802.50 

Dennistoun, J. Memoirs of the dukes of Urbino, il- 
lustrating the arms, arts, and literature of 
Italy, from 1440 to 1630. L., 1851. 3 v. 
Illus. Portrs. 8« 2744.27; 0.205.18 

Contains a list of authorities. For later documents 
upon Urbino, consult " Archivio storico italiano," In- 
dices [5245.1]. See also Ugolini's "Storia dei eootl* 
duchi d'Urbino " [•^728.20]. 

Debjardins, a., ed. N^goclationa dlplomatlqueadc 
la France avec la Toscane. Document* ro- 
cueillis par G. Caiieatrini. [Italian and 
French.] P., 1859-76. 5 v. [Coll. de doca. 
in6d. »ur I'hist. de France.) 4« •OMOJ 

DiARio ferrareae. 1409-15U2. Dl autori iDoerti. 

[Muratori. Rerum lul. acript., v. 24.] . . . 2730.1.34 

See also " Annalcs Kstcnses " in Muratori. r. V; and 
" Frliti Memori* " [2760.14] ; the IndlcM to •• Archivio 
storico italiano " [5245.1] fbrdoeumenU In that parlod- 
ical. See also '* Scharfenberg," in this list 

DIARIO Neapolltana. 1266-1478. Aactoro aftonymo. 

[Muratori Rerum lul. acript , v. 21.] . . •OtaO.I.Sl 
DiARiL'M Pannen*c. 1477-1483. Auctore anonjrmo. 

[Muratori. Rerum lul. script., t. 33.] . . *STao.lJS 

EQmcOLA, M. Dell* istoria dl Mantova libri cinque. 
Rlformnta per B. Oaanna. 2a Imp. ^antuva, 

1908. 4» • srr.H 

See also SacchI, B., in tbU UK. From lh« aafliMl 
times to the year 1521. 

Fazello, T. Le dve doche dell' hiatoria di Btellte. 
Tradottcdal I^llnoln llnipiaToacanadal P. U. 
Rcmigio. Con trc tavolo. Von.ila. 1474. 4* •4727.1 
— De rcbu* Slcull* decade* duip. (^Orirvlu*. The*. 

antiq. et hUt. Ital., v. 10, pt. 4.] Portr. . . •4710.1.10 



A coniprehenslv* historr, which brlngt tb« aoamurt 
down to Iha year UM. 



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October, 



Shelf. No. 

Fazio, B. De bello Veneto Clodiano liber [1377] ; 
ut et aliud parvi temporis bellum Venetum. 
[Grseviua. Thes. antiq. et hist. Ital., v. 5, pt. 
4.1 *4710.1.5 

— Delia guerra di Chloggia. [1379-80.] Versione 

di F. Alizeri. Geneva. [1859.] 16» 4719.5 

— De rebus gcstis ab Alphonso primo, Neapolitano- 

rum rege [usque ad obitutn Nicolai v, anuo 
1455] , commentariornm libri x. Ed. a J. M. 
Bruto. [Grseviua. Thes. antiq. et hist. Ital., 
V. 9, pt. 3] Portrs *4710.1.9 

Flavio Biondo. De origine et gestis Venetorum 
liber. [Grsevius. Thes. antiq. et hist. Ital., 
V. 5,pt. 1.] *4710.1.5 

FOSCARINI, M. Historia della republics veneta. 
[1669-90.] Venezia, 1722. [Istorici delle cose 
veneziane, v. 10.] 4* *2721.1.10 

Another edition in 2722..3. See note under Albsri, fbr 
other hittories of Venice. 

Gar, T., ed. Relazioni della corte di Roma nel secolo 
XVI. PMrenze, 1846. [Albferi. Relazioni degli 
ambasciatori veneti. Ser. 2a, v. 3.] 8<> . . . *4722.1.7 

Gebhart, fi. De ritalie. Kssais de critique et d'his- 

toire. P., 1876. 16" 2779.59 

A collection of essaya, forming part of a projected 
general history of the Italian Renaissance. 

Gebvinus, G. G. Historische Schriften. Geschicht« 
der Florentin. Historiographie bis zum 16 Jahr- 
hundert nebst e. Charakteristik d. Machiavell. 
Neue Ausgabe mit einem Nekrolog von K. 
Roder und Gervinus, Bildniss. Wien, 1871. 
8" [Ordered] 

GlANNONE, P. Histoire du royaume de Naples. La 

Haye, 1742. 4 v. Portr. 4» ♦2723.1 

See note under Cottanzo, for works on Naples. 
Another edition in Italian in his works [2724.1]. 

GlANNOTTi, D. Opere politiche e letterarie, anno- 
tate da F. L. Polidori, precedute da un dis- 
corso di A. Vannucci. Firenze, 1850. 2 v. 12».4776.10 

For contents, see Bates Hall catalogues. Contains his 
works on the republics of Florence and Venice. Qian- 
notti was an actor in the events of the siege of Florence 
in 1529-90, and afterwards lived for many years in exile 
in Rome and Venice. 

GiNGiNS LA Sarra, F., haron de. Depgehes des 
ambassadeurs milanais sur les campagnes de 
Charlps-Ie-Hardl, de 1474 k 1477. Paris, 1858. 
2v. 8° *4842.2 

GiORMALE storico degli archivi toscani, 1857-63. 

Firenze, 1857-63. 7 v.' 8« *5265.89 

Giovio, P. b. 1483, d. 1552. Opera omnia. Basilese, 

1578-96. 2 v. Portr. F" .*2300.5; 2800.8 

Contains a history of his times. Also, his celebrated 
biographies. Some of these, published separately, are 
in the Library. 

GiDBTiNiAMi, A. Castigatissimi annali della repabli- 

ca dl Geneva. Genova, 1537. 4" •♦4711.26 

This is pronounced of very little value for ancient his- 
tory, but for the author's own time it is valuable. Com- 
prises from the earliest tin-.ei to the year 1527. 

— Dispacci, per la prima volta pubblicati da P. Vil- 

lari. Firenze, 1876. 3 v. 8<> [Ordered] 

Giustiniani was ambassador to the court of Rome, 
during the years 1502-05. The dispatches consist of 
daily reports sent to the Council of Ten of Venice. See 
note under Alberi. 

Graziani. See Bonaini. 

Gregorovics, F. Gescbichte der Stadt Rom im 

Mittelalter. Vom v. bis zum xvi. Jahrhundert. 

2te Aufl. Stuttgart, 1859-73. 8 v. 8« . . . . 4214.50 

Vol. 7 contains Das XV Jahrhundert : Die Renaissance 
(continued through vol. 8, which has an index). This part 
of the work is reviewed under the title of " The Borgias 
and their latest historian," in North British review, v. 53, 
p. 351 [5309.1.63]; in Littell, 4th ser., v. 21, p. 259 
[3171.50.21]. Gregorovius embodies in his history the 
advanced knowledge of modem times concerning the 
history of Italy during the Renaissance. 



Shelf No. 
Gdicciardini, F. Storia d' Italia. [1494-1532.] Con 
una prefazione di C. Botta. Parigi, 1832. 
6 V. Portr. S' Zm.4 

Guicciardini, who was a looker-on of these times, 
vividly continues Machiavelli's account in a general 
history of Italy to the death of Alessandro de' Medici 
in 1532. Botta [2717.5, etc.] continues Guicciaidini. 
There is another edition of this work in *4801.3. 

— Opere Inedite, illustrate da G. Canestrini e pub- 

blicate per cura dei conti P. e L. Guicciardini. 
Firenze, 1857-67. 10 v. Portr. 8o 4793.7 

Contains his valuable historical works. 

Habtwig, O. Quellen und Forschungen zur altesten 
Geschichte der Stadt Florenz. Marburg. 1875. 
4» [Ordered] 

Hazlitt, W. C. History of the Venetian republic. 

' [409-1457.] L. 1860. 4 v. Portrs. Maps. 8«. 2723.12 

See note under Alberi. 

Herrera y Tordesillas, a. de. Comentarios do 
los hechos de los espanoles, franceses, y vene- 
cianos en Italia, y de otras republicas ; poten- 
tados, principes y capitanes famosos italianos, 
desde 1281 hasta 1559. 1624. Madrid. Sm. 
f» (8) ♦•D.132.15 

HiSTORiJE patriae monumenta. See Sardinia. 

Infessura, S. Diarium Romanae urbis, ab anno 1294 
usque ad postremos annos saeculi XV. [Mnra- 
tori. Rerum lul. script., v. 3, pt. 2, p. 1109.] ♦2710.1.3 

This work is also contained in " Eccard. Corpus scrip- 
torum medii aevi." In this collection, passages relating 
to the Papal court, contained in the original diary, are 
omitted. 

Istorici delle co«e veneziane [420-1690] , i quali hanoo 
Bcritto per pubblico decreto. Venezia, 1718-22. 
10 V. Portrs. 4» ^2721.1 

Contains the following histories : by M. A. Sabellico, 
to the year 1467; P. Bembo, 1487-1513 ; P. ParuU, WIS- 
73; A. Morosini, 1521-1615; B. Naui, 1613-1671; M. Fo»- 
carini, 1669-1690. 

Janitschek, H. Die Gesellschaft der Renaisaance 

in Italien und die Kunst. Stuttgart, 1879. 8*. 2723.57 

MacCrie, T. History of the reformation in Italy. 

Edinb., 1827. 8» 8628.4 

Consult also D'Aubigne's Hiitory of the reformation. 

Machiavelu, N. The Florentine histories. Transl. 
by C E. Lester. N. Y., 1845. 2 v. Portr. 
12» 4729.4 

— History of Florence, with The prince. A new 

translation. L., 1851. Portr. 80 828.7 

This is the only one of the contemporary histories in 
English, and comprises the history from the decline of 
the Roman Empire to the year 1494. MachiavelU was a 
witness of the events recorded in the latter part of the 
work. 

— Le istorie fiorentine, diligentemente riscontrate 

sulle migliorl edizioni, con alcuni cenni Intomo 
alia vita dell' autore, da G. B. Niccolini. 3a ed. 
Firenze, 1851. IS" 4749.4 

— Opefe. Nuova ed. Genova, 1798. lOv. Portr. 

120 *4199a.3 

— Same. Milano, 1804, 5. 10 v. [Classici italiani, 

V. 109-118.] Portr. 8« •♦4804.4 

A new Italian edition of HaehiaTelli'i works hai 
lately been published. 

— n principe. Firenze, 1848. 8» S568.4 

The Library has other editions. A valuable work, at 
giving an idea of the political methods of the time. No 
other work, perhaps, has been the subject of such 
diverse judgments as to its tendencies and character. 

— Scritti inediti risguardanti la storia e la milizia 

(1499-1512), tratti dal carteggio officiate da esso 
tenuto come segretario dei died, ed illustrati 
da G. Canestrini. Firenze, 1857. ie» . . . .4776.18 



188 



1879. 

Shelf. No. 
MAIilPrERO, D. Annall veneti, 1457-1500, aggiuntovi 
i dispacci di F. Foscari, e la storia veneta det- 
tata da D. Barbaro e corapletata coUa Btoria 
di L. Borghi, 1512-15. Firenze, 1843, 44. 2 v. 
[Archiv. stor. Hal., v. 7, pt. 1, 2.] 8» . . . . *6246.2.7 

See note under Albert for other histories of Venice. 

Malispini, or Malaspina, R. Historia Florentlna. 

[Muratori. Rerum Ital. script., v. 8.] , . . *2710.1.8 
— Storia fiorentina, col seguito di G. Malispini, 
dalla edificazione sino all' anno 1286. Illus- 
trata da V. Follini. Firenze, 1816. 4» . . . 2760.10 
See note under Compagni. 

Manetti, Ot. Chronicon Pistorienee a condita urbe 
usque ad annum 1446. [Muratori. Rerum 
Ital. script., v. 19.] *2720.1.19 

MARTfeNE, E., and Durand, U. Vetenim scripto- 
rum et monumentorum historicorum, dognia- 
ticorum, moralium amplissima coUectio. Pa- 

risiis, 1724, 33. 9 v. F" *4150.1 

For contents see Bates Hall catalogue. 

Martin, B. L. H. Histoire de France depuis les 
temps les plus recules jusqu'en 1789. 4e 6d. 
P., 1860-62. 17 V. 8» 4614.1 

Vols. 6, 7, 8 contain 4re partie, " France de la Benais- 
eance." Tlie " Catalogue de I'histoire de France," of the 
Bibliothoquc Inip^riale [6191.1], will furnish a sufficient 
bibliography of French history of thetiineof the Kenais- 
sance. Franklin, " Les sources de Thistoire de France " 
[6163.45], gives a bibliography of collections. 

Mabi, E. I Burlamaochi e di alcuni documenti intorno 
a Renata d'Este, duchessa di Ferrara. Studi 
Bulla riforma in Italia nel secolo xvi. Bologna, 
1876. 16» 5529.10 

Matarazzo, F., called Maturanzio. Cronaca della 
cittil di Perugia dal 1492 al 1503. Con annota- 
zionl del medesimo di F. Bonalni e F. Poli- 
dori. Firenze, 1851. [Archiv. stor. ital., v. 16, 
pt. 2.] 8° *5245.2.16 

" His clironicle is a masterpiece of naive, unstudied 
narrative. Few documents are so important for the 
student of the 16th century in Italy. Whether it be 
really tlie work of Matarazzo or Maturanzio, the distin- 
guished humanist is more than doubtful." — STMONds. 
See also Bonaini, in this list, for other histories of 
Ferugia. 

Mat, AStrT. E. Democracy in Europe: a history. 

L., 1877. 2v. 8» 2303.51 

In vol. 1, pp. 273-332, " The Italian republics." 

— Same. N.T., 1878. 2 v. 8» 2305.53 

In vol. 1, pp. 284-346, " The Italian republics." 

Michelet, J. Histoire de France au 16e sifecle. 

Renaissance. P., 1855. 8« . . . 4662.9 

Michelet cohimences his account with a narrative of 
the invasion of Italy by the French under Charles VIII, 
and traces the consequent eli'ects upon Italy and France 
of the French invasions of Italy. Apart from his char- 
acteristic treatment (which, however open to criticism, 
is yet that of a writer of original genius), it contains 
little that will not be found in Symonds and Martin. 

Mulman, H. H. History of Latin Christianity; in- 
cluding that of the popes to the pontificate of 
Nicholas v. 2d ed. L., 1857. 6 v. 8» . . . . 3614.12 

Mini, C. Gli ultimi anni della repubbllca di Biena, 
raoconto storico dal 1652 al 58. Firenze, 1862. 
lUus. Sm. 8« • • ■ 2773.21 

Sec also Bandini, in this list. 

Mocenigo, a. Belli memorabilis Cameracensis ad- 
versus Venetos [1608] hlstorise libri sex. [Gr«- 
vius. Thes. antiq. et hist. Ital., v. 6, pt. 4.] . *4j»>.\5 
— Same. Venetiis, 1525. 8m. 8<> • . 4729a. 17 

MOLINI, G.' Documenti di storia italiana copiatl sn 
gli original! autentlci e per lo pill autografi 
esistentl in Parigi. Firenze, 1836, 37. 2 v. 8« . 2714.2 

MONTE.MARTE, F. Conie di Corbara. Cronaca in- 
edita degli avvenimenti d' Orvieto, e d'altre parti 
d' lulia. 13:53-1400. Corredata di note storiche 
e d' ineditl documenti dal marchese F. A. Gual- 
terio. Torino, 1846. 2 v. S" . . 3727.3 



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Shelf. No. 
MOROSiNi, A. Historia Veneta ab anno 1521 naque 
ad annum 1615. Vcnezia, 1718-20. 3 v. Portr. 
[Istorici delle cose veneziane, v. 5. 6, 7.] 8*.*2721.1J^-7 

See note under Albiri. Continuation of Paruts 
[2721.1, V. 3, pt. 1, 2]. 

Nani, G. B. F. G. Historia della republica venet*. 
11613-1671.] Vcnezia, 1720. Portr. [LitoricJ 

aelle cose veneziane, V. 8, 9.] 4* *2721.1.8.9 

See note under Albiri. Continuation of UonxiDl 
[2721.1, V. 5, 6, 7]. 

Napier, H. E. Florentine history, from the earliest 
authentic records to the acceaaion of Ferdinand 
the third, grand duke of Tusc&ny. L., 186«, 67. 
6v. Sm. 8» 2796.63 

Nardi, J. Lc historie della cittk dl Florenu, dal 
anno 1494 fino al tempo del' anno 1531 e sue- 
cesso. Con vn catalogo de Gonfalonieri dl 
giustitia, chc hanno scduto net supremo mag!*' 
trato della cittk di Fiorenza. Kt m dl«eor*o 
Bopra lo stato della citti di Lione [da F. 
Guintini]. Nuouamcnte post« In luce. Llone, 
1632. 4» *272&J0 

— Istorie della clttkdi Firenze. 11494-1537.1 RIdotte 

alia lezione de' codici originall con I' aggiuntk 

del decimo libro e con annotazioni, per cura 

L. Arbib. Firenze, 1842. 2 v. 8« 2726.2 

Nerli, a. Breve chronicon monasterii MantuanI, 

1017-1418. [Muratori. Rerum Ital. script.. 

V. 24.] •2T20.1.24 

NOREB, P. Storia della guerra di Paolo tv contro gli 

spagnuoli [1566-59], corredata di documeoU. 

Firenze, 1847. [Archiv. stor. lUl., v. 12.1 8». 

•&24».t.U 

Palermo, F., ed. Narrazioni e documenti lull* 
storia del regno di Napoli, dall' anno 1522 al 
1667. Raccolti e ordinati con illustrazloni. 
Firenze, 1846. [Archiv. stor. Ital., v. «.] 8* . •5245.2.» 
See also under Costanzo in this list. 

Parlta, P Historia vinetiana. [1613-1662.1 [Alto, 
Historia della guerra dl Cipro. 1569-73.) 
Venezia, 1718. Portr. [Istorici dellc co»e 
veneziane, v. 3, pt. 1, 2.] 4* •2721.1.S 

See also note under Albiri. Continuct Bembo'f 
" Historia! Venetse " [2721.1.2]. 

— The history of Venice. [1613-52.1 Ukewluc, 

the wars of Cyprus [1669-73], made EnglUhby 
Henry [Carey f, earl of Monmouth. L., 1688. 
2v.ini. F». r60.18 

— Opere politlche. Firenze, 1852. 2 v. 12» . . . Sa«8.2 

— Storia della guerra di Cipro libri tre. [1569-73.] 

Siena, 1827. 8« 4722.7 

Pecci, G. a. Memorle storico-critlche della cIttA 
di Siena. [1480-1560.] Siena, 1756-60. 4 t. 

Portr. 4« 7726.19 

See note under Bandini Ibr rcfertncM lo oUmt hMoriM 
of Sienna. 

PiTTI, J. Istoria florentlna [1494-1629], ItlnatraU con 
documenti e note. FlrenM, 1842. [ArchW. 
stor. Ital.. V. 1.] 8« '^^^-^ 

Pius III, i^p«. Opera omnia. Bm1I1». [1661.] F« . MTBO.IO 
ConUini political works. 

Platina, B. See Sacciii, B. 

PoooiAM, C. Memorio storiche della cIMA dl PU- 

cenza. I»lacenzn. 1757-66. 12 v. 4» MTB.* 

Poaoio BracciOI-ini. «. F. De forlunae ^-arirtal* 

vrbls Romac et do rvlna civ»<lcm dfcripll o. 

[Sallengro. Nov. the*, anllq. liomao., v. l.J •2»IOAi 
Detcribc* th« (tat* of th« nilna of Bomc ia *• l«fc 

century. 

— Historia Florentlna. KdlU noU«<joe k anctorU 

viu lllustraU ab J. B. K«c»naio. >««»•"»•.„„, 
1716. Portr. 4« .• • NMl^ 

— HlHtoria Florentlna, a J. B. Rwanato edll^ 

notUque, et auotoris vlt* lllustral*. l*u«»»«2;,-- , -- 
Rerum Ital. script.. V. 20.) Portr •2720.1 J9 

From the »«rllr»» time* to \Vi. 

POLIZIANO, A. ConJuraUonl. P»rt«""» •?»• 
MCCCCLXXVIII commenlftrium. IH>ctiii»eoua. 
fliruris.notis nunc prlmum Inlustraturo eurm J. 
Adlmari. Ncapolf, 1769. 4» «"••» 



A contemporary •eenmk of lfc« oo«^«»jr «f *• 
Paul afainM tbc Mcdict. 



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October, 



Shelf. No. 
PONTANO, G. G., b. 1426, d. 1503. HistorisB Neapo- 
litanse, eeu rerum suo tempore gestarum libri 
sex. [Graevius. Thes. antiq. et hist. Ital., 
V. 9, pt. 3.] *4710.1.8 

Pontano was attached to the court of Ferdinand I, of 
Naples, and his history relates principally to the cam- 
paigns of Ferdinand. 

PORZio, C. Opera, arricchite di schiarimenti storici 

per cura di C. Monzani. Firenze, 1846. 16" . 4779.65 

Contents. — Delia vita c delle opere di C. Porzio; La 
congiura de' baroni [I486]; Storia d'ltalia contenente i 
success! deir anno 1547, in Geneva, in Napoli ed in Pia- 
ccnza; Relazionc del regno di Napoli [1577-79]. 

Other editions of " La congiura de' baroni " are in the 
Library. 

Pkato, G. a. Storia di Milano in continnazione ed 
emenda del Corio, 1499-1519. Firenze, 1842. 
[Archiv. stor. ital., V. 3, p. 217.] 8° . . . . *6246.2.3 

For previous history, see also Cagnola in this list. 

QuiNET, E. Les revolutions d'ltalie. P., 1857. 12'> . 2728.3 

Bamke, F. L. von. Ecclesiastical and political his- 
tory of the popes of Rome, during the 16th and 
17th centuries. Transl. Phila., 1841. 2 v. Portrs. 
CO \ 5552 52 

— Same. "l.,'i841*. 'sV.' Portrs. ' S" .* .* ! .* .* ." .1085.19 

— Same. L.,1850. 3v. Portrs. 8» 838.1 

There is a German edition on 6074.14. 

— Geschichte der romanischen und germanischen 

Volker, von 1494 bis 1514. 2te Aufl. Lpz., 

1874. 80 2296.53 

— Zur Kritik nenerer Geschichtschreiber. Eine 

Beylage zu desselben romanischen und ger- 
manischen Geschichten. Lpz., 1824. 8"> . . . 4147.8 

The latest edition is bound with " Gesch. d. roman- 
ischen Volker " [2296.53], 

— Zur venezianischen Geschichte. [1550-1718.] 

Lpz., 1878. 80 2723.66 

For Venetian history, see note under Alberi. 

Racmer, F. L. G. v. Geschichte Europas, seit dem 
Ende des 15ten Jahrhunderts. Lpz., 1832-50. 
8v. 80 . . . 4 2307.1 

Vol. I. Italien, Portugal, Spanien and Deutwhland 
bis zum Tode Karl T, 1494-1558. 

Becmont, a. von. Beitrage zur italieniscben Ge- 
schichte. Berlin, 1853. 6 v. 80 2719.22 

Essays on various episodes of Italian history in chro- 
nological order. The fifth volume contains " Familien- 
geschichte " : Colonna, Barberini, Strozzi, Borghese, etc. 

— Geschichte der Stadt Rom. Berlin, 1867-70. 3 v. 

in 4. 8« 2752.4 

" Literatur und Kungt des 16 Jahrhunderts. Ursprung 
des Bunianismus und der griecbischen Studien" [etc.], 
in V. 3, pt. 1, pp. 287 et eeq. 

Reviewed under the title "The popes and the 
Italian humanists " in Edinburgh review, v. 136, p. 114 
[3152.1.136]. 

— Geschichte Toscana's seit dem Ende der floren- 

tinischen Freistaats. Gotha, 1875-77. [Ge- 
schichte der europaeischen Staaten. Heraus- 
gegeben von A. H. C. Heeren und F. A. Ukert, 

Abth. 1.] 8» [Ordered] 

RicOTTi, E. Compendio di storia patria. Torino, 

1857. 12« 2719.2 

— Storia delle compagnie di ventura in Italia. 

Torino, 1845. 4 v. Portrs. 16« 2719.9 

RiNUCCiNi, F. di C. Ricordi storici dal 1282 al 1460, 
coUa continuazione di Alemanno e Neri, suoi 
flgli, fino al 1506. Con documenti ed illus- 
trazioni, per cura di G. Aiazzi. Firenze, 1840. 

lUus. 4« *4741.52. 

RiPAiiTi, A. Annales Placentini. 1401-63. [Mora- 

tori. Rerum Ital. script., v. 21.] *2720.1.21 

See also Ruinigia in this list. 

RiPAMONTi, G. Historiae patriae in continuationem 
T. Chalchi libri xxiii, ab anno salutis 1313 [ad 
annum 1631], [Graevius. Thes. antiq. et hist. 
Ital., V. 2, pt. 1, 2] •4710.1.2 



Shelf. No. 
RoMANiN, 8. Storia documentata di Venezia. 

Venezia, 1853-56. 5 v. 8" ■ . 4196.7 

Reviewed in " Archivio storico italiano," n. s., 1, v. 2 
[5245.2]. Sec note under Alberi, for list on Venice. 

RONCIONI, R. Delle istorie pisane, libri xvi. Con 
illastrazioni di F. Bonaini. Firenze, 1844. 2 v. 
[Archiv. stor. ital., v. 6, pt. 1, 2.] S* . . . . *5245.2.6 

From the earliest times to the year 1.509. Consult 
also the histories of Florence, for historical facts in 
regard to Pisa. Sec also Tronci. Memorie [2728.4]. 

RosMiNi, C. de'. Istoria di Milano. Milano, 1820. 

4 V. Illus. L. 40 *2760.2 

See Corio in this list. A general history to the year 
15.35. 

RcrNiGiA, M. Del sacco di Piacenza del 1447, me- 
moria contemporanea. [Archiv. stor. ital., 
App. 5, 184", p. 87.] *5255.1 

Sabellico, M. a. C. Historiae rerum Venetarmn, 
ab urbe condlta [usque ad annum 1467] libri 
XXXIII. Ver.ezia, 1718. [Istorici delle cose 

veneziane, v. 1, 2.] Portr. 4" *3721.1.1 

See note under Alberi, for other histories of Venice. 
Sabellieo's historj- is continued by Bembo. 

Sacchi, B., called Platina. Historia inclytae vrbis 
Mantvae et serenissimse familiae Gonzagae. 
[Graevius. Thes. Antiq. Ital., t. 4. pt. 2.] 
Portr. Map *4710.1.4 

— Historia urbis Mantuae, ab origfine usque ad 

annum 1464. [Muratori. Rerum Ital. script., 

V. 2.] *2720.1.20 

For continuation to 1521 see Equicola. Consult also 
D'Arco, " Notizie di moiti documenti inediti," etc., in 
"Archivio storico italiano," Appendice, v. 2, p. 201 
[5245.2] ; also under Mantova and Gonzaga in Indices 
to the same [5245.1]. 

Sanbto, M. De bello Galileo, sive de rebus in ItaUa 
gestis a Carolo vin et Ludovico xii, Galliae 
regibus, 1494-1500. [Muratori. Rerum Ital. 
script., V. 24] *2720.1.24 

Sardinia. Historiae patriae monvmenta edita 
ivssv regis Caroli Alberti. v. 1-17. Avgvstae 

Tawinovm, 1836-77. 17 v. F» *4800.1 

For contents see Bates Hall catalogue. 

Savonarola, G. Trattato del reggimento degli stati, 
[col discorso a Carlo viii] con gU awertimentl 
civili di F. Gulcciardini, e I'apologia di L. 
[di P. F.] de' Medici. Milano, 1848. Portr. 
16" 3568.11 

— Trattato circa il reggimento e governo della citti 

dl Firenze. 6a ed. Firenze, 1847. 8<>. 

No. 2 in *2807.14 
Savonarola's theories of government were adopted, 
in a modified form, for the government of Florence, 
during the period of his popularity and ascendency. 

Savonarola, M. Commentariolus de laudibus Pata- 
vii, anno 1460 compositns. [Muratori. Rerum 
Ital. script., V. 24.] *2720.1.24 

ScARDEONE, B. HistorisB de urbis Patavil anUquitate 
libri tres. [Graevius. Thes. antiq. et liist. Ital., 
V. 6, pt. 3.J *4710.1.6 

SCHAREENBEBG, J. H. A. Geschichte des Herzog- 
thums Modena und des Herzogtbums Ferrara. 
Bis zum Jahr 1815. Mainz, 1859. 16* 2729.U 

ScHEFFER-BoiCHORST, P. Florentiner Studien. 

Lpz., 1874. L. 8» [Ordered] 

See note under Compagni. 

Seoni, B. Storie fiorentine, dall' anno 1527 al 1555. 
Colla vita di N. Capponi. Augusta, 1723. Portr. 

F» •2760.7 

Segni was an actor in the events he describe!, and hi* 
history is written from a Medicean stand-point. 

^ENAREGA, B. De rebus Genuensibus commentaria, 
1488-1.514. [Muratori. Rerum Ital. script., 
V. 24] • *2720.1.24 

SmONDE DE 8I8MONDI, J. C. L. Histoire des Fran- 

5ai8. P., 1821-44. 31 v. 8» •2622.1 

Pronounced by Guizot as unquestionably the besthis- 
toiy of France. See note under Martin in regard to th« 
bibliography of French history. 



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SiMONDE DE SiSMONDi, J. C. L., continued. 
— Histoire des republiques italiennes dii moyen 
age. [476-1806.] Nouv. ed. P., 1826. 16 v 



GENEALOGY 



Same. P., 1840. 10 v. Portrs. Illns. 8* . . ! 

Snme. be 6i. Bruxelles, 1838, 39. 8 v. L. 8» ! 

History of the Italian republics. L , 1832. le' '. 

Siamondi'a work, although •omenrhat antiquated, in 

manj- respects hat never been superseded. 



2716.1 

2716.2 

4193.6 

878.4 



— Histoire de la renaissance de la liberie en Italie 

P., 1832. 2 V. 8« 2718 4 

SiMONETTA, G. Historia de rebus jfestis Franci'scl 
primi. SfortisB vicecomitis, 1421-66. [Mura- 
tori. Rerum Ital. script., V. 21.] *2720.1 21 

Sozzmi, A. Diario delle cose awenute In Siena dai 
20 luglio 1550 aigiugno 1565. Con altre narra- 
zioni e docuraunti relativi alia caduta di quella 
repubblica. Firenze, 1842. [Archiv. stor. 

itel., V. 2.] 8» •5245.2.2 

See also Bandini, in this list. 

Bymokds, J. A. Renaissance in Italy. Age of the 

despots. L., 1875. 8" 2722.51.1 

Reviewed in Academy, July, 1875, p. 105 [7390a.2]. 
This is published uniformly with his "Revival of learn- 
ing," and the " Fine arts," and is an able and entertain- 
ing ttudy of Renaissance history. 

Tartini, G. M. Rerum Italicarum scriptores ab 
anno 1000 ad 1600. Florentiae, 1748-70. 2 v. 

F" *2720.2 

Continuation of Muratori. 

Tbou, J. A. de. Historiarum sui temporis [1546- 
1607] libri cxxxviii. Londinl, 1733. 7 v. Portr. 

F« *2300.4 

Another edition in Alichaud, " Collection des mi- 
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TOMHASi, G., ed. Sommario della storia di Lucca 
dall' anno 1004 all' anno 1700, compilato su 
documenti contemporanei. Firenze, 1847. 
[Aichiv. stor. ital., v. 10.] 8' *5245.2.10 

Traversari, A. Epistolarum libri XX. [Marline. 

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Tritheim, or Ileidenberg, J. Annalium Hirsav- 
giensium. Complectens historiam FrancisB et 
Germanise, gesta imperatorum, regum, prin- 
cipum, episcoporum, abbatum, et illustrium 
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F' *6080.6 

TROLiOPE, T. A. History of the commonwealth of 

Florence. [1107-1631.] L.,1865. 4 v. 8» . . 4726.3 



Shelf. No. 
Thokci, P. Memorie Istoriche delU cittk di Pisa. 

Livomo, 1682. 8m. 4* J728.4 

From the earliest times to lUO. Sec Booctonl In thU 
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Varcbi, B. Storia fiorentina. [1523-38.] Con aggi- 
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— Same. Milano, 1803, 4. 6 v. Portr. 8*. 

, 0. 305.5 ;**4803.0 

Contain the life of the author by Razxi. Synionds 
considers Varchi's history the mod critical of the his- 
toriet which treat of the dccUa* of the FiurtnUne 
republic. 

Vettori, F. Sommario delta storia d' Italia dal 1611 

al 1627. [Archiv. ator. ital. App , 1848, t. «.) &25ft.I 

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1S44, 45. 4v. 8» 27J5.4 

From the earliest times to the year 1347. CuntioiMd 
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— Historia universalis a condita Florentia usque 

ad annum 1348. [Huraturi. lierum Ital. 

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VlLLANX, M. Cronica [1348-1364], con appendici da 

F. G. Dragomaniii. Firenze, 1846. 2 t. 8* . 2725 5 

— Istorie, 1348-1364, coutin. da F. Villanl. [Mu- 

ratori. lierum Ital. script., t. 14] ^/ZlO.l.U 

"The chronicle of theTlllani is a treasure-house of 
clear and accurate delineations rather than of profound 
reflections. Not only does it embrace the whole anairt 
of Europe in annals which leave little to be desired la 
precision of detail and brevity of statement; but, what 
if more to our present purpose, it conveys a lively pict- 
ure of the Internal condition of tlie Florcntiites ami the 
statistics of the city in the l4th century." — STMOMl>a. 

VOLATERRANO, G. Diarium Romanum, 1472-M. 

[Muratori. Rerum Ital. script., v. 23] . . •2720.1.2S 

Wattenbach, W. Geschichtc des romischcn 

Papsttbums. Berlin, 1876. 8* 3465.03 

From the pontificate of Veo I to that of Sixtus rv. 

ZETiLER, J. Entretlens sur I'histoire du XTie ai^le. 

Italie et Renaissance. P., 1S69. 8* 4TI2.2i 



Reviewed 
[3U2.1.136]. 



in £diubursh review, t. 136, p. 114 



Genealogy. 

Third and last paper. 

Lists of names. — Here may be cited such works as Hotten's " Original liaU of Emign^jU, etc., to America, IflOO to 1700" 
[2332.51], and Rupp's list of 30,000 Pennsylvania names [2379.66]. 

JEnalish local history. — The English county histories and other local bistoriet, like the aane daaa of American worka, 
contain a great deal of genealogical and heraldic matter; and in this department the Library baa a very good collection. 
With this belong the English heralds' 

Visitations; nawe/y. — Cornwall, 1620 [2410a.69]; Lancashire and part of Cheshire, 1533 [2426.21]; Lancaatcr, IMT 
[2426.13] and 1615 [2425.14] ; Leicester, 1619 [2-)10a.52] ; London, 1668 [2410a.61] ; NotUnghamahirc, 1560 and 1614 [2410aJk4] ; 
Oxfordshire, 1566 [2410a.55] ; Rutland, 1618-19 [2410a.53] ; Wales, 1686-1613 [2430.2]; Warwickshire, 1619 [2410a.aj; 
Westmoreland, 1616 [4586.20.2]; Yorkshire, 1584-6 and 1612 [2500a.61]. 

Genealogical bibliography. — The two encyclopsedic authorities for American genealogy, Savage'a DicUonary 
[2331.12; G.301.10] and the Genealogical Register [2336.1] have been mentioned. To them may be added Tatiguay'a Dlc- 
tionnaire gdnialogique des families canadlennes depuis la foudation de la colonic [4431.60], of which only »ol. 1 hu* thus fu 
appeared, covering the years 1608 1700. The two Indispensable bibliographies arc Whltmore's and Durrte's. WhlUnore's 
excellent list of titles of American works on genealogy was first Issued In 1862 as " Handbook of AoMrtcsn gMMatogj" 
[4503.1], then in 1868 as "The American genealogist" [2162.25], and a third time, by this latter UUe, in 187* [SST.U]. 
Durrie's "Index to American genealogies " [1st edition, 1888, 4432.7; 2d ed., 1878, 4432.68] is a list of very brief rcfcrwioea 
without dates of publication, and without full titles and commenU as given by Whllmore; but, a* It refers also to single 
names as found in state and local histories, periodicals, etc., it covers more ground than Whilmorc, and Include* an alpbabM 
of more than ten thousand names. For instance : Whitmore gives ten references under " Brown," while Durrle glree 
sixty-seven. There is a list of the books indexed by him in the beginning of the volume. 

English genealogical research wiU be much aided by the use of Sims's " Manual for tb* OeoMlogiM, Topographer 



GE1TEAL067 October, 

Antiquary and Legal Professor" [2484-6]. This contains descriptions of a great number of public records, parochial and 
other registers, local and family histories, heraldic collections, etc., printed and in us. See also two papers by Fowler in 
the Genealogical Register [2335.1], vol. 22, p. 28, and vol. 23, p. 77, entitled '-Hints to genealogists derived from English 
local nomenclature." For English guides of a class similar to Whitmore's and Durrie's, see Coleman's " General index to 
printed pedigrees in county and local histories, and privately printed genealogies," 1866 [4535.17], which gives references 
under about 6,000 family names; Marshall's "Catalogrue of pedigrees hitherto unindexed" [4536.11]; Bridger's "'Index to 
printed pedigrees," 1867 [2435.21], in two parts ; first, a list of books and family names in them; and second, an alphabet of 
the names (some 8,000) with references to the books; Marshall's "Index to the pedigrees in the printed heralds' visitations," 
1866 [2435.20] ; Moule's " Bibliotheca heraldica Magnae Britanniae," 1822 [2153.9], which contains the titles (among others) 
of many genealogical works, and also in a supplement, a list of foreign genealogical books ; Sims's " Index to names in Heralds' 
Visitations," 1849 [2434.3]. Hotten's " Topography and family history of England and Wales " (20,000 books ) [2153.15] . 

Collections of genealogies. — Besides Savage's Dictionary and the Genealogical Register, already mentioned, may be 
named some other periodicals, viz. : the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record [2337.55] ; the Worcester Magazine 
and historical journal, 4 vols, in 2, 1826 [5224.4] ; Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography [5335.1] ; Maine 
Genealogist and Biographer [4435.52]. American Quarterly Register [5175.6], especially for dates about ministers and 
college graduates ; and for facts about college graduates, see also, of course, the various triennial catalogues. Holgate's 
American Genealogy, 1851 [2330.3] , is a work somewhat of the same class as Savage's, but of small compass, being confined to 
a few families of Dutch and French descent; Farmer's Genealogical Register, 1829 [2335.2] for early settlers of New England, 
particularly dignitaries; Goodwin's Genealogical Notes, 1856 [2332.8], an accurately executed work, chiefly on Connecticut 
families; Morse's Genealogical Register of the Ancient Puritans, 3 vols. [Vols. 2 and 3 of 2333.23], being a collection of 
reprints of articles from the N. A. Hist. Gen. Register; the Giles Memorial, 1864 [4332.3] and Vinton Memorial, 1858 [2332.3], 
both by J. A. Vinton, and each containing records of a number of families, some of which are entered in the record of 
individual genealogies printed in the Bulletin, No. 49; Gale's Gale and other families, 1866 [4339.28] ; Peirce's contributions 
[2337.61], Stranahan's Stranaban and other families, 1868 -[4435.12] ; Bergen's Bergen and other Long Island families, 1876 
[2337.64] ; Dod's East Haven register [2336.25] : Poor's Hist, and Geneal. Researches In the Merrimack Valley, 1857-8 
[2350.8]; Historical Collectiona of the Essex In.'ititute [2335.10]. 

English collections are (among others) Nichols's "Topographer and Genealopst " [2486.1] and his "Collectanea 
Topographica et Genealogica" [-2485.1] ; Bell's "Tracts on Genealogy," etc., vol. 2 [of 4586.20], for the family of Scott of 
Btokoe, and the Visitation of Westmoreland in 1615, by Sir St. George (Norroy) ; Berry's Hampshire pedigrees ['2430.53], 
and same for Hertfordshire [2430.52] and Sussex [-2430.51] ; and Foster's similar collections for Yorkshire [4520.9] and 
Lancashire [6530.2]. Here may also be named George's " Genealogical tables illustrative of modem history " [2223.52]. 

Collateral authorities. — Very much genealogical information is to be found in works relating to heraldry, titles and 
dignities; publications of historical societies; historical mngazines; family histories, biographies, annuals of the Gotha 
Almanac class, collections of epitaphs, lists of names, records of births, baptisms, marriages, deaths and burials; church 
registers, records of wills, records of lands, early laws, etc. Remoter sources are, history generally (except local histories 
as already shown), and the study of names, sometimes called patronomatology. A few samples of some such works are : — 

Heraldry, Peerages, etc. — For a considerable number of works in this department, see list at p. 29 of the Bulletin No. 
48, for January, 1879, which includes the principal works in the Library. A few additional titles are as follows : Burke, 
Baronetage of the British Empire [2432.5] ; Buffin, Dictionnaire des families qui ont fait modifier leurs noms, 1803-1867 
[6641.10] ; Cattou's English peerage (viz., 109 coats of arms taken out of a copy of the book) [6536.16] ; The heraldic 
manuscript of Sir David Lindsay, Scottish Lyon King at arms [2430.55] ; The Rows Rol (annals and arms of Beauchamps, 
earls of Warwick and others) [G. 183.5] ; and a number of miscellaneous pedigrees collected in a volume [4335.55]. 

For peerages and similar books, see the list of works on heraldry in the Bulletin No. 48, and add: Beatson's Chrono- 
logical register of the British Parliament, 1708 to 1807 [2484.4] ; and Beatson's Political index to the histories of Great 
Britain and Ireland; or, a complete register of hereditary honors, persons in office, etc. [2484.5]. Haydn's Book of dignities 
[2484.3] is a revision of Beatson's Political index. Of foreign works may be named : Gamurrini, Istoria genealogica delle 
famiglie nobile Toscane et Umbre [2741.1); Litta, Famiglie celebri d'ltalia [2740.1]; Nicholas, Annals, etc., of county 
families of Wales [2493.6; 2493.51]; Galindez de Carvajal, Adiciones genealogicas a Los claros varones de Castilla 
[D.120b.l.l8], etc. 

With these may be mentioned works on the history of chivalry, and on separate orders of knighthood, as the Collar 
of Savoy, Knights of Malta, Templars, Teutonic Knights, etc., for which see the Bates Hall Catalogues. 

Epitaphs. — .W^m'a American epitaphs [2334.11]; Bridgman's Copp's Hill epitaphs [2334.4; 4335.1; 229.4]; his King's 
Chapel memorials [2334.10]; and his Inscriptions from the Northampton grave-yards [-2334.13]; Green's Epitaphs from the 
old burying-ground in Groton, Mass. [2351.69] ; Gilman's Inscriptions in the cemetery of tlie Unitarian church at Charleston, 
B. C. [4379.58] ; Harris's Epitaphs from the old burying-ground, Watertown, Mass. [4333.12] ; Whitmore's Grave-yards of 
Boston [2334.56] ; Inscriptions from the old burial-g^rounds in Worcester, Mass. [4434.54] ; Worthington and Lewis's 
Dorchester epitaphs [6341.11]. 

Similar foreign collections are : Cansick's Epitaphs in church, etc., of St. Pancras [4538.23] ; Brown's Epitaphs in 
Greyfriars churchyard, Edinburgh [4572.30] ; Epitaphs, etc., chiefly in Scotland [4557.16] ; Gibson's Inscriptions on the 
tombstones of the Covenanters [2479.10] ; Lawrence- Archer's Monumental inscriptions of the British West Indies [2310.59]. 
Collections of epitaphs for amusement or curiosity are numerous, but have no record value. 

Annuals and almanacs. — Almanach de Gotha [6219a.l]; Gothaisches Genealogfisches Taschenbuch der itelherrlichen 
Hauser[-2839.50] ; same, graflichenHiiuser [2839.51] ; 8ame,Hofkalender [A.119a.2]; Weimar Geneal., etc. Almanach [A.119.1]. 

Registers and records. — Many transcripts of American registers of baptisms, marriages, etc., are in the N. E. 
Genealog^ical Register [2335.1]. A few have been published elsewhere; such as. Register of baptisms in the church of French 
refugees at Mannikintown, Va., 1721-54 [Aace] ; liegistres des baptesmes et sepultures at Fort Du Quesne, Pa., 1753-1756 
[2311.29]. Similar English publications are: Westminster Abbey registers [2410a.60] ; those of St. Peter's, Cornhill, and 
Canterbury Cathedral [2410a.70]; and those of AUhallows, London Wall [2430.56]. See also a considerable number of 
English names of the 13th and 14th centuries in the calendar of inquisitiones post mortem, etc., published by the Rolls 
Commission as Calendarium Genealogicum [7025.50] . 

Somewhat similar to these are the lists of >< next of kiu," " heirs at law," ^ tc., issued at various timea, and which like the 
literature about " Estates in England," contain some items of useful information. 

142 



1879. 



THE CHINESE IN AMERICA 



i 



The Chinese in America. 

For statistics of Immigration, consult the United States government reports on commerce, etc. [♦"653.1], also the qnar- 
terly reports of the Bureau of Statistics [3656.9] ; for diplomatic relations of the United States with China, the copies of the 
Diplomatic correspondence [*4420a.30] ; the text of the Burliiigame treaty in the volume on " Treaties and conventions," 4lBt 
Congress, 3d sess., Senate doc, no. 36 [*C.161.3.2]. The bound volumes of the " Congressional record," in the I>ateDt Room, 
may be examined for debates in Congress on Chinese immigration. Consult also the " Nation," and " Harper's Weekly," ofMarch 
and April, 1879. In the Pamphlet Department there is a copy of the new constitution of Califomiii, the provisioDs of which 
are aimed specially to restrict Chinese immigration. The subject of the education of the Chinese has been considered in the 
annual reports of the Ccmmiseioner of education of the United States [7595.1]. The manners, customs, and morals of the 
Chinese are best portrayed in works on China. Among late works may be meatloned : Eden's "China " [3018.19] ; Gray's 
"China" [3014.11]; Thomson's " Illustrations of China and its people" [*,*50]0.10] ; also by the same, "The land and Uw 
people of China" [1695.12]. Prof. Williams, of Yale College, read a paper on Chinese immigration, before the American 
Social Science Association, at Saratoga, September 10th, which will probably be printed In the publications of the . 
ciation [*5572.67]. 

Books and Pamphlets. 



Shelf. No. 

Becker, S. E. W. Humors of a congressional inves- 
tigating committee. Wash., 1877. 8».No. 5in*4320a.l31 

Brooks, B. S. The Chinese in California, n. p., n. d. 

22 pp. 8° No.lO in ♦4320a. 131 

— Openincr statement, before joint commillee of 
Congress on Chinese immigration. San Fr., 
1876. 33 pp. 8» No. 1 in ♦4320a.l31 

Chinese immigration. Testimony taken before a 
committee of the Senate of California. Sacra- 
mento, 1876. 173 pp. 8» No. 2 in *4320a.l31 

Delmar, a. Why should the Chinese go ? By 
Kwang Chang Ling. San Fr., 1878. 16 pp. 
12» No. 9 in *4320a.l31 

Dixon, W.H. The white conquest. L., 1876. 2 v. 8«. 4363.51 

In vol. 2, state of tlie Chinese in California. 

Fisher, W.M. The Californians. L.,1876. Sm. 8". . 2378.12 
Contains a chapter entitled " Their Chinese." 

Gibson, O. The Chinese In America. Cine, 1877. 

le* 8019.62 



siMir. Mo. 

Eerr, J. Q. The Chinese question analjced. A 
lecture, Nov. 13, 1877. San Fr., 1877. 24 pp. 
8" No.8ln*4aa0a.Ul 

Enox, T. W. John: or, our Chinese relations. 

N.Y.,1879. [Harper's half-hour series.] 16» , 210.1 

Llo¥D, B. £. Lighu and shades of Ban Francisco. 

Illus. Sim Fr., 1870. 8« 2S70a.a2 

Memorial of the six Chinese companies : to the Sen- 
ate and House of representatives of the United 
States. Sun Fr., 1877. 53 pp. Sf . No. 7 In MXtta-lSl 

Sargent, a. A. Chinese immigration. Speech In 
the Senate of United Slates, Mar. 7, 1878. 
Wash., 1878. 31pp. 8» No. 8 In •43aOa.ISI 

Speer, W. The oldest and the newest empire : China 

and the United Steles. Hartford, 1870 .... 5014.13 

TowNSEND, L. T. The Chinese problem. B., 1876. 8» . 8568.87 

United States. Report of tlie Joint special com- 
mittee to Investigate Chinese Immigration. 
Wash., 1877. 8» •4321.T0 

West, U. J. The Chinese invasion. Ban Fr., 1873. [Ord.j 

Williams, S. W. Our relations with the Chinese 

empire. San Fr., 1877. 16 pp. 8* . No.4 In *43a0a.lSl 



In Periodicals. 



Atlantic monthly. — Coffin : China in our kitchens. 

V. 23, p. 747 •[♦5324.1.23] 

Congregationalist. — Cook. [Two letters on the Chi- 
nese in San Francisco.] Sept., 10, 24, 1879. R.R. 

Gentleman' n magazine. — Langford : John Chinaman 

in Australia and the West. Sept., 1876, p. 320. [^7266.1] 

Harper's new monthly magazine. — Chinese shoe 
makers at North Adams, Mass. v. 42, p. 137 ; 
Enox : John Comprador, v. 57, p. 427 ; Speer : 
Democracy of the Chinese, v. 37, p. 839. . [*5220a.l2] 

International review. — %. L. : The Chinese puzzle, 
v. 5, p. 449 ; Mansfield : Chinese question in the 
United States, v. 3, p. 833 [♦5321.2] 

Lippincott's magazine. — Bruce : A cheering sign. 
V. 20, p. 628; Rhodes: Chinese at Beaver 
Falls, Pa. V. 19, p. 708 [♦7345.1] 

Littell's living age. — The Chinese In Philadelphia. 

v.lyg, p. 664 [♦3141.50.139] 

Methodixt quarterly review. — Todd : Some phases of 

the Chinese problem, v. 30, p. 268 ... . [♦7436.2.30] 

New Englander. — Means : Chinese immigration and 
political economy, v.36, p. 1; Williams: Our 
treaties with China, n. 8., v. 2, p. 301 ... . [♦7454.1] 



Nineteenth c«n<ury. — Medhurst : Chinese as colonist*. 

V. 4, p. 517 [•7285.6.4J 

North American review. — Dec : Chinese immigration. 

V. 126, p. 506 [•3158.1.188] 

Revue de> deux mondet. — Varigny : L'Invaslon ^hl- 

noise et le socinlisme aux .^ts-Uuis. 3« a^rto, 

V. 29, Oct., 1,1878, p. 588 [•33I8MJ8] 

Scribner's monthly. — An Asiatic invasion, r. 18, 

&6H7; The Chinese in California, v. 13, p. 414; 
odge : Miss Maloney on the Chinese question. 
V. 1, p. 350; A. A. Hayes, jr. : A symposium on 
the Chinese in Aroertca. v. 17, p. 91; Norton: 
Our labor system and the Chinese, v. 2, p 61 ; 
RiehardKon : a plea for Chinese labor, v. S, 
p. 2'-6; Shanks: Chinese skilled labor, t. 2, 
p. 494 ; Vivian : John Chinaman In San Fran> 

Cisco. V. 12, p. 862 (*73M.S] 

Unitarian review. — I'tUir : " The Chinese must tor 
July, 1879, V. 12, p. 48; Wendle : The Chlues^ 
problem. May. 1876, v. 6, p. 510 1*7501.80] 



United States Congressional Documents. 

Resolutions of the legislature of California, against Chinese immigration. Mar., 1872. 43d Cong. 3d aeaa., HooM MiM. 
doc, no. 120 (V. 3) [C.201.3.3] ; — /Same. Mar., 1874. 43d Cong. 1st sess.. House Misc. doc, no. 204 (». 8) [•C.tM.2.8] ; — 
Chinese labor in agricuiture. 4l8t Cong. 3d sess., Ex. doc, v. 13, p. 672 [♦C.171.2 13J;-PcUUon of dUcen* of Bmrtt eo.. 
Pa., relative to Chinese laborers, Feb., 1873. 42d Cong. .3d sess.. House Misc. doc, no. 81 (r. 2) (•C.231.6.3] ; — ItMoiutloM 
of the legislature of California, praying for a modificaUon of the Burlingamo treaty. 45th Cong. 2d boss., lioaa* MiM. ioc, 
no. 20 (v. 1) [♦C.266.2.1];— Various bills, see under Chinese and Immigration In Index of House Jounial, 45th OoBff. M MM. 
[♦C.267.5] ; — Report on Chinese immigration. 45th Cong. 2d sess.. House Rcpt., no. 240 [•€.266.1.1] ; — licMlatloa of Mr. 
Sargent in relation to Chinese immigration, Apr. 20, 1876. 44lh Cong. 1st sess., SenaU) Misc. doc, no. US (». 1) [•C.S68.4.1] ; — 
An address to the people of the U. S. upon Chinese Immigration, prepared by a committee of the Senate ofOatlftirnla, Not. 
7, 1877. 45ih Cong. Ist sess.. House Misc. doc, no. 9 [C.268.6.1] ; - Views of O. P. Morton on the character, extent, and eflbot 
of Chinese immigration to Uie U. 8., Jan. 17, 1878. 45th cong. 2d sess.. Senate Misc. doc, no. » ["C 367.4.1) ; - Amment la 
Senate of the U. S. of J. C. Q. Eennedy adverse to the bills " To restrict the immlsraUon of the ChlncM to Um U. 8." [aW.], 
Feb. 25, 1878. 45th cong. 2d sess., House Misc. doc, no. 36 [C.267.4.2J. 

148 



IMPORTANT "WORKS — RECENT GIFTS 



October, 1879- 



Important Works in this Bulletin. 



This List Includes some of the especially important works added to the Library during the past three months, fuller 
titles and shelf-numbers of which are to be found in the body of this Bulletin. 



ART (INCLUDING ILLUSTRATED WORKS). 

Bock, F. Die Kleinodien des heil.-romischen Reiches. 

BOURGOIN, J. Les elements de I'art arabe. 

Chantre, E. Age du bronze. 

Drummond, J. Old Edinburgh. 

Fleury, J. Henry Monnier. 

HuLME, F. B. Suggestions in floral design. 

JONcjuET, A. Art furniture. 

JouiN, H. La sculpture en Europe, 1878. 

KOEHLER, H. Polychrome Meisterwerke der monamentalen 

Kunst in Italien. 
Krell, p. F. Die Klassiker der Malerei. 
— Niederlfindischen und sp.inischen Meistcr. 
Pole, W. The philosophy of music. 
Salzenberg, W. Alt-christliche Baudenkmale von Con- 

stantinopel. 2 v. 
Trutat, E. La photographic appliquee a I'archeologie. 
WOLTMANK, A. Geschichte der Malerei. 



GEOGRAPHY AND TRAVEL. 

Boddam-Whetham, J. W. Roraima and British Guiana. 

Campbell, Sir G. White atid black. 

De Amicis, E. Studies of Paris. 

Exploration, L'. 6 v. 

Neves, D. F. das. The Transvaal. 

86GUIN, L. G. The Black forest. 

Stevenson, R. L. Travels with a donkey in the CevenneB. 

Wallace, A. R. Australasia. 

HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY. 

Archives de rempire. 

Arnold, W. T. Roman provincial administration. 

Blanc, L. Dix ans de I'histoire d'Angleterre. 

Bonaparte, E. P. Life and letters. 

Brueckner, a. Culturhistorische Btudien. 

Castelnau, a. Les Medicis. 

Curtis, B. R. Memoir. 

DuRUY, V. Histoire des Romains. 

Gallatin, A. Writings. 3 v. Life. 

GODKiN, G. S. Life of Victor Emmanuel ii. 

GuADET, J. Henri iv. 

Hensel, S. Die Farailie Mendelssohn, 1729-1847. 3 v. 

Herald and genealogist. Ed. by J. G. Nichols. 8 v. 

Hertzberg, G. F. Geschichte Griechenlands. 4 v. 

Moore, T. Manuscript common-place book. 

Oscar ii, of Sweden. Charles xii. 

Prescott, W. H. Various manuscripts. 5 v. 

Shea, G. The life of Alexander Hamilton. 

Voigt, G. Enea Silvio de' Piccolomini, als Papst Pius ii. 

Wtmam, T. B. The genealogies and estates of Charlestown. 



LAW, medicine, AND TaEOLOGY. 

Brooks, P. The influence of Jesus. 

BuRCKHARDT, G. Diagnostik der Nervenkrankheiten. 

CoEN, R. Die ansteckenden Krankheiten. 

CuLBERTSON, H. Excision of the larger joints. 

Farrar, F. W. St. Paul. 

Glasson, E. Le manage civil et le divorce. 

GuiBOUT, E. Maladies de la peau. 

HOFMANN, C. B. Analysis of the urine. 

Khalil. Code musulman. 

Lewis, E. D. A draft code of criminal law. 

MoiGNO, F. Les splendeurs de la foi. 4 v. 



Calderwood, H. The relations of mind and brain. 

Cooke, M. C. Handbook of British fungi. 

Geikie, a. Field-geolog}-. 

Lubbock, Sir J. Scieniitic lectures. 

Medlicott, H. B. The geology of India. 3 v. 

Paget, Sir J. The alcohol question. 

Proctor, R. A. The moon. 

Quatrefages de BRfiAU. J. L. A. de. The human species. 

SCHIFF, M. La physiologic de la digestion. 2 v. 

Scudder, S. H. Catalogue of scientific serials. 

hiscella neous. 

Adams, C. F. The public library and the common schools. 
Benedix, (J.) R. Gesammelte dramatische Werke. 
BiBLloTHfeQUE nationale. Catalogue. 
Great Britain. Specifications of inventions, 1878. 
Hartmann, E. von. Phanomenologie des sittUchen Be- 

wusstseiiis. . 
Hugo, V. La piti^ suprgme. 
International monetary conference. 
KOENIG, R. Deutsche Literaturgeschichte. 
Larousse, p. Grand dictionnaire universel du 19e slide. 

16 V. Roxbury Branch. 
Lewes, M. E. Impressions of Theophrastns Such. 
Lyndsay, Sir D. Poetical works. 3 v. 
Mallock, W. H. Is life worth living? 
Marot, C. (Euvres completes. 
MiCHELET, J. Le banquet. 

Philadelphia exhibition, 1876. Various publications. 
POINSOT, A. E. Journal de la comedie fran9ai8e. 
Roland, C. de. Das aitfranzosische liolaudslied. 
Romania. 

Spain. Los restos de Colon. 
Spencer, H. The data of ethics. 
Symonds, J. A. Sketches and studies in Italy. 
United States navy register, 1815-76. 52 v. 
Webster, N. Dictionary of the English language, new ed. 



Eeoent Gifts. 

The Public Library has received, by gift from Mr. George B. Chase, the Library Chair and Table of Antonio Panizci, 
formerly Principal Librarian of the British Museum. The table was in use by him for nearly forty years, and it is said that 
upon it he sketched the plan of the Reading Room of the British Museum. The chair was in his possession for more than 
twenty years. Both were obtained by Mr. Henry Stevens at the sale of Panizzi's effects in May, 1879, and were sent to this 
oountry in time to be exhibited at the Conference of Librarians at Boston. 



BULLETIN 



OP THE 



BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY. 



JANUARY) 1880. 



VOL. 4. No. s- 



WHOLE No. 52. 



Hugh O'Brien, Alderman. 
Roger Wolcott, Councilman 
James Freeman Clarke. 



TRUSTEES OF THE CORPORATION. 
William W. Greenough, President. . 

Samuel A. B. Abbott. 



George B. Chase. 
Henrv W. HayneS. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 

Mellen Chamberlain, Librarian and Clerk of the Corporation. 

James L. Whitney, Principal Assistant Librarian. 



James M. Hubbard, Assistant Librarian. 

William H. Foster, Proof-reader. 

Jos£ F. Carret, Curator of Patents and En- 
gravings, and Registrar. 

Arthur M. Knapp, Curator of Periodicals and 
Pamphlets. 

Annie P. Call, Office Secretary. 



Edward Tiffany, Inspector of Circulation. 
Appleton p. C. Griffin, Custodian of tkt 

Shelves. 
William F. Robinson, Clerk, Lower Hall. 
Thomas H. Cummings, Curator of Loiuer Hall 

Catalogue. 
William E. Ford, fanitor. Central Library. 



LIBRARIANS OF DEPARTMENTS. 



Arthur M. Knapp, Bates Hall. 
Elbridge Bradshaw, Lower Hall. 
Mary E. Brock, Brighton. 
Cornelius S. Cart£e, Charlestoivn. 
Mary G. Coffin, Dorchester. 



Sarah C. Godbold, East Boston. 
Eliza R. Davis, Jamaica Plain. 
Sarah Bunker, Roxbury. 
Alice J. Bragdon, South Boston. 
Milton Austin, South End. 



Mary A. Hill, Custodian, Lower Mills. \ Samuel G. Bowthorpe, Custodian, Roslindalt. 

Marion L. Woodward, Custodian, West Roxbury. 



A new Catalogue of the Charlestown Branch 
is in the printers' hands, and is completed to the 
letter E. It will contain the titles of about 
twenty-one thousand volumes, including the 
recent purchases with the income of the Harris 
fund. 



The West Roxbury Free Library has trans- 
ferred to the Boston Public Library its collection 
of books, numbering 3,068 volumes, and a De- 
livery Station has been opened at West Roxbury. 
Books can be taken out on Tuesdays, Thursdays, 
and Saturdays, from three to five o'clock. Bates 



Hall and Jamaica Plain Branch books will be 
procured for readers at this Delivery on appli- 
cation. 



The Dorchester Branch Library has recently 
received a carefully selected collection of English 
books of history, biography, and travels, pur- 
chased with the fund given, with its collection of 
books, by the Dorchester and Milton Circula- 
ting Library to the Boston Public Library, in 
May, 1876. They are catalogued in a separate 
list in this Bulletin. 



INFORMATION FOR READERS. 



Number of Volumes and Hours. 

All departments are open every secular day, 
except the five legal holidays, — February 22, 
Fast Day, July 4, Thanksgiving and Christ- 
mas, — and such other days as the Trustees may 
direct. 



Bates Hall 

Newspaper Room . . . 
Duplicate Room . . . 

Lower Hall 

Brighton Branch . . . 
Charlestown Branch . 
Dorchester Branch . . 
East Boston Branch . 
Jamaica Plain Branch . 
Lower Mills Delivery . 

Roslindale Delivery . . 

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



Totals 



Hours. 


Vols. 


f 9 to 6 
1 Winter; 


217,858 


1 9to7 


3.319 


I. i>uinmer. 


15.345 


9 to 9* 


37.527 


9 to 8tt 


12,894 


9to8t 


20,590 


9 to St 


9.95S 


9to8t 


10,734 


9 to 8 t§ 


7.623 


4 to 7.30** 




\ 3 to 6tt 




1 7 to 8tt 




9 to 9 


17,016 


9 to 9 


9,849 


9to8t 


9.484 


3 to Stt 






375.265 



Periodicals 

in R. R. 
(Duplicates 
excluded.) 

359 
19 
64 
18 
29 
32 



75 



648 



* Books are received after 8..90 A.M. ft Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur- 

tKeep iipeii till 9l'.M. Saturdays. (lavs. 

± Clospcl 12 M to 2 i".M. oDelivcred to readers also on Sun- 

^ Reading Room 9 t'j 'J. days. 

*♦ Closed t'roni 6 to 6.30. 



CA TAL O G UES. 
Bulletins. 
New Books as soon as received are entered on 
the Bulletin Boards of each Library. The Bul- 
letin Board .for Bates Hall shows books added 
to the Central Library, and before titles appear 
on the Board the new books are displayed (with 
the shelf-number attached) in a glass case at 
the desk. The lists" in the Lower Hall and at 
the Branches show only the books added to 
those departments. The Dorchester list is posted 
also at the Lower Mills Delivery, the Jamaica 
Plain list at the Roslindale Delivery and 
at the West Roxbury Delivery. The Bul- 
letins are for sale (excepting those out of 
print) at five cents each. Books with numbers 
below 2 no are in the Lower Hall ; with 2 no and 
above, in the Bates Hall. Those with Bri., 
Chu., Dor., £:. B., J. P., Rox., S. B., or S. E. 
prefixed to the. number are respectively in the 
Brighton, Charlestown, Dorchester, East Bos- 
ton, Jamaica Plain, Roxbury, South Boston, or 
South End Branch. 

Bates Hall of the Central Library. 

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

II. The Supplement of 1S66. (Includes the 
Parker Library.) For sale in sheets at $2.00. 

III. The Catalogue of the Prince Li- 
brary. For sale at $1.00. 

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

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

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

Bngrayings. 
There is a separate catalogue of the Tosti En- 
gravings in drawers properly labelled at the 



north end of the Public Card Catalogue case in 
Bates Hall. 

Lovrer Hall of the Central Library. 

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

II. Arts, Sciences, and Professions. 2d 
edition, September, 187 1. 10 cents. 

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

IV. Books in Foreign Languages. 2d 
edition, J[^nuary, 1876. Out of print. 

V. Poetry, Drama, Collections, and 
Miscellanies. ist edition, August, 1870. 
20 cents. 

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

VII. Manuscript Catalogues. Names of 
authors and titles of books added to the Lower 
Hall since the printing of the above lists will be 
found in folio catalogues on application at the 
Catalogue Desk. 

Branches. 

Catalogues are for sale: — Brighton, 2^ cents, 
for the main Catalogue (including first Supple- 
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Supplements ; Charlestown, 2j cents each, parts 
I and 2 ; Dorchester, 10 cents: and 10 cents 
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cents; Jamaica Plain, /j cents; Roxbury, jo cents. 
South Boston, 2j cents; and South End (New 
Books), J cents. 

Bates Hall books can be applied for at the 
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in, they will be sent to the Branch or Delivery 
the same or following day. 

The Bulletins since the issues of the Branch 
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Prices of Catalogues to Non-Residents 

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Bates Hall. — I. Prince Catalogue, $1.7^. 
(Other Bates Hall Catalogues not to be had.) 

Lo-wer Hall. — II. History, Biography, and 
Travel. $1.30. 

III. Arts, Sciences, and Professions, y^ cents. 

IV. Fiction and Juveniles, y^ cents. 

V. Poetry, Drama, and Miscellanies. $1.00. 
Bulletins. — VII. Qiiarterly issues, each, 20 

cents. 

The Bulletins must be applied for as issued, 
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year, as subscriptions cannot be received. 

The Branch Catalogues and other publications 
will be furnished as far as practicable on similar 
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Central Periodical Reading Room. 

A list of periodicals currently received (more 
than Soo in number, of which about one-half 
are kept in the Reading Room) is for sale at j 
cents. 



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



LIST OF THE NEW AND MORE IMPOETANT BOOKS 

PLACED IN THE LIBRAKY 

DUEING OOTOBEE, NOVEMBER, AND DECEMBER, 1879. 



ABBREVIATIONS, ETC. 



Shelf-numbers 2110 and upwards indicate books in Bates Hall. 

Shelf-numbers below 2110 indicate books in the Lower Hall. 

Bri., Brighton Branch. 

Cbn., Charlestown Branch. 

I>or.^ Dorchester Branch. 

E. B., East Boston Branch. 

J. I*., Jamaica Plain Branch. 

Box., Roxbury Branch. 

S. B., South Boston Branch. 

S. E., South End Branch. 

N.R., Newspaper Room. 

R R., Reading Room. 

C.R., Catalogue Room. 

M.S., Map Stand. 

B., Boston. 



L., 
Lpz., 

n. d., 
i^p., 
Cop., 
[ f 



( ) 



London. 

Leipzig. 

I'aris. 

No date of publication gfiyen. 

Ko plnce of publication given. 

Copyrighted. 

Enclose corrections or explanations. 

Stands for the preceding heading. 

Stands for a subordinate heading. 

Enclose names not usually retained. 

permission of the Librarian, or oflleer in charge of 
Bates Hall, required to take the book out. Aot at- 
tached to Loxcer //all copit» oft/it tarn* book. 

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Shelf. No. 
Abbot, Benjamin V. Dictionary of terms and phrases 

used "in American or English jurisprudence. 

B., 1879. 2 V. 8» *5633.3 

Aborigines. <Se«Conant; — Short. 
Acting and oratory. See Frobisher. 
Adams, Charles F.,jr. Notes on railroad accidents. 

N. Y., 1879. 12» 4017.71 

Adams, Wm. H. D. Great English churchmen. L., 

B., 1879. 8m. 8» 3557.65 

Contents. — S. Anselm; Thomas Beckct; Stephen 

Langtoiii W. Laud; O. Herbert; Jeremy Taylor; W. 

Tyndale; Hugh Latimer ; Bishop Ken. 

— "Woman's work and worth in girlhood, maiden- 
hood, and wifehood. With chapters on the 
higher education and employment of woman. 
L., 1880 [1879]. Sm. 80 3576.77 

JEmi^iA : a drama of the fourth century. By J. W. 

L., 1879. Sm. 8» 4569-84 

.(Esthetics. See Science of taste. 

Alarcon, Pedro A. de. Novelas. Madrid, 1866. 

Sm. 8« 6097.27 

Albert, Paul. Varietis morales et litteraires. P., 

1879. 16» 4675.66 

ALBlTfcS, Achille. How to speak French ; or, French 
and France ; a condensed cyclopaedia of the 
French language, and history [etc.] of France. 
12th ed. L., 1876. Illus. 16* 2689a.80 

Aldershot. See Daniell. 

Allen, James T. Digest of seeding machines and 
implements patented in the United States from 
1800 to Jan., 1879. Wash., 1879. Illus. 8». 

Patent Room 

Allen, Zachariah. Solar light and heat : the source 
and the supply. Gravitation: with exnlnna- 
tions of planetary and molecular forces. N. Y., 
1879. Illus. 8" 3963.56 

Allibone, Samuel A. Great authors of all ages. 

Selections [in] prose. Phila., 1880 [18791. 8». 6242.12 

Amateur poacher. The. By the author o' 'Iho 

gamekeeper at home.' L., 1879. Sm. 8». .. 6008.79 

America, North. See Palmer ; — Parkman ; — Ver- 
brugghe. 



Shalf. Ke. 

America, South. See Mathews. 

American association for tlie advancement of wl- 
ence. Proceedings, Aug., 1878. Salem, 1879. 
go *3936.1 

American instructors of the deaf and dumb. Pro- 
ceedings, 1878. Columbus, 1879. Illus. 8* . . •56QS.S 

Amiens, France. Catalogue nietliodlquc ile la BIbll 

otheque communalc. Amiens, 1873-78. 8*. . ♦fllW.*) 

Anatomy. Se« Brown; — Miller. . . , 

Anderson, J. Corbet. Chronicles of the parish of 
Croydon, Surrey, n. p., 1S74-79. Illuminated 
t. p. PlnU-8. 4» •.•JMOaJI 

Annibaldi, Giovanni. M". Domenico IndlvinI d* 
Sanseverino, orteflee In JesI dal 1484 al 1491. 
Meraoric. Jesl. 1878. 8« 40M.4* 

Antiquities, ^w Joly ; — 8lmp«»n. 

Appleton, Thomas Q. ChtHjuerworK. B., "■',^^ „ 
[1879]. Photog. 16* VM.9* 

Eiuyt and tkctchet. 

Apfleton, Wm. 8. Record of the dewjendanU of 

William Sumner, of DorcbesKT, U—».. IM*-^ 
B., 1879. Portr. 8». . . . . . . • . • • • •^»***' 

Appleton'b dictionary of New ^ ork and ▼JjInMy. 

Comp. by T. Percy. 1879. N. Y.. 1879. •'oM'^^. ,. 
man 8q. 16* • • ^"**><* 

Architectlral akotch book. VoL8,4. B., 1«T»^^ 

76 2 v In 1. 4* ^ww.*! 

Abcbiv der Plmrmncle. Zcltschrift dM Dcvla^M 
Apolheker-Verelns. Hcrausg. »»"■•»*«■• 
ardt. 310 Kclhc. U. 6-11. Hallo. WW-H. • V. 
in 3 R* • •••» ^999i^i 

Arco, Carlo d'.' *Dclic'«rtl e degll artrflH dl Wan- 

tovB. Illus. con dlwgnlf con documrntl.Man-^ 
tova, 1H37. 2 V. Fac-almlloa. J'l»t«. 4*. . ««nO.M 

iS^n^'te. ^h.i-'nLbi of Asia; or. the «*.» 
renunciation (MnhSbhlnl.l.krRmnna). liclnf 
the life and t.nchlng of Gautama. lf'"«"Jy ®» 
Buddhism (as told In verw- by an Indian »««'l«'-_-- . 

hUt). L.. 1879. gm.8» >^-»* 

- Same. B., 1870. 12« "»••» 



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January, 

Sheli. So. 
B££CHE, G. de, continued, 

while consul for the Argentine republic in Chili from 
1841 to hia death in 1878. Notes are appended to some 
of tlie titles. 

Beers, Ethel L. All quiet along the Potomac, and 

other poems. Phila. [1879.] 12» 2396.80 

Bells. See Lomax. 

Benham, Wm., ed. Catharine and Craufurd Tait, 
wife and son of Archibald Campbell [Tait], 
archbishop of Canterbury. A memoir. With 
portr. L., 1879. Sm. 8° 4548.55 

Benjamin, Samuel G. W. Art in America. lUus. 

N. Y., 1880 [1879]. 4» 4077.4 

Originally appeared in Harper's magazine for 1879. 

Benl(EW, Louis. Analyse de la langue albanaise. 

fitude de graramaire coniparee. P., 1879. 8"'.2965.64 

A continuation of " La Grece avant les Grecs " 
[2965.57]. 

Bent, James T. A freak of freedom : or, the repub- 
lic of San Marino. L., 1879. Plates. Map. 
Sm. 80 4728.13 

San Marino in its government retains many of the 
customs of the mediaeval republics. 

Berens, Edward. The history of the prayer book of 

the Church of England. L. [1866?]. 8ra.8». . 3440b.59 

Bergerat, fimile. Theophile Gautier. Entretiens, 
souvenirs et correspondance. 2e ed. P., 1879. 
120 4647.56 

M. Bergerat, the son-in-law of Gautier, was inti- 
mate with him only during the last few years of his 
life. All of Gautier's correspondence, which can ever 
be published, is contained in this book, besides a few 
of his inedited poems. 

Berlioz, Hector. Selections from his letters, and 
sesthetic, humorous, and satirical writings. Tr. 
and preceded by a biographical sketch, by W. 
F. Apthorp. N. Y., 1879. [Amateur series.] 
12<> 4049.74 

Berthelot, Sabin. Antiquites canariennes : ou, an- 
notations sur I'origine des peuples qui occu- 
perent les lies fortunees, jusqu'a I'epoque de 
leur conquete. P., 1879. Plates. 4» *5040.25 

The introduction consists of an analysis of G6ngo- 
ra's " Decouvertes et recherches archiologiques sur les 
anciens peuples qui habiterent I'Andalousie." 

Berthet, tlie. The pre-historic world. Tr. from 
the French by Mary J. Safford. Phila. [1879.] 

lllus. 16» 2239.72 

A translation of " Romans prShistoriques" [2239.73]; 
a story describing life in prehistoric times. 

Bertin, Ernest. Les marlages dans I'ancienne society 

fran9ai8e. P., 1879. 8» 3563.67 

Besant, Walter. Gaspard, de Coligny (marquis de 

Chatillon). M. V., 1879. le" 4647.53 

Bible. The Bible for learners. By H. Oort, and 

I. Hooykaas, with the assistance of A. Kuenen. 

Vol. 3. B., 1879. Map. 16« 3417.54 

Contents.— The narratives of the New Testament, 
prepared by I. Hooykaas. 

— Commentary on the Holy Scriptures; critical, 

doctrinal and homiletical, by J. P. Lange. 

Vol. 3. N. Y. [1879.] 8». . ., 7420b.l 

CoiiKiiM.— Vol. 3 of the Old Testament. Number* 
and Deuteronomy. 

— A critical and doctrinal commentary upon the 

epistle of St. Paul to the liomans. By W. Q. 

T. Shedd. N. Y. [1879.] 1C» 5426 59 

The text is in Greek. 

— The shorter epistles. ByH. Cowles. N.Y.,1879. 

12« .... f .... 5427.69 

— See Conder ; — Green ; — Huidekoper ; — Palmer ; 

— Young. 
Bible hygiene, or health hints. By a physician. L., 

1879. Sm. 8» 3768.16 

Contents. — The Bible as a source of general informa- 
tion; as a health guide; Bible health hints regarding 
food, drink, air, exercise, sleep, cleanliness, clothing, 
dvyelliiigs, sewerage, disinfection and disease preven- 
tion, etc, 



Shelf. No. 
Arnold, Isaac N. The life of Benedict Arnold; 
his patriotism and his treason. Chic, 1880 
[1879] . Portr. 8» 4344.62 

This life does not seek to palliate Arnold's guilt; but 
to put in a strong light his patriotic virtues, and to 
show that he was laboring under a sense of injustice at 
the time of his treason. 

Arona, Juan de, pseud. /See'PAZ-SOLDAN Y UnX- 
NUE, Pedro. 

Arrom, Cecilia B. de. Cosa cumplida . . . solo en la 
otra vida. Por Fernan Caballero ipseud.]. 
Madrid, 1862. Sm. 8« 5097.26 

Art-worker, The. A journal of design devoted to art- 
industry. Vol.1. Plates 1-94. N.Y., 1878. 4».*6950.10 

Aryan languages. See Ascoli ; — Beames; — Pezzi. 

ASCOLI, G. I. Corsi di glottologia, dati nella Ilegia 
academia scientiflco-letteraria di Milano. Vol. 
1. Torino, 1870. 8» 2953.65 

Contents. — I. Lezioni di funologia comparata del 
sauscrito, del greco e del latino. 

Astronomy. See JS'ewcomb ; — United States. 

ASTRUC, E. A. Entretiens sur le iudaisme, son dogme 

etsa morale. P., 1879. 12" 5489.82 

Atcherley, Rowland J. A trip to Boerland, or a 
year's travel in the Transvaal and colony of 
Natal. L., 1879. 8» ' 3052.66 

AURGR.*. See Capron. 

Australasia. See Wallace. 

Autographs. See Copley. 

AVELLANEDA, Gctriidis G. de. Guatimozin, ultimo 
emperador de Mejico. Novela historica. Ma- 
drid, 1846. 4v. in2. 16» 5097.37 

AZA'is, Gabriel. Dictionnaire des idiomes romans du 
midi de la France. T. 2. [E— O.] Montpellier, 
1878. 8» *2685.75 

Badenoch, James G. The art of letter painting 

made easy. L., 1879. 12" 6118.18 

Baeyer, Adolf. Ueber die chemische Synthese. 

Miinchen, 1878. i" 3971.53 

Bailly, Emma, (ne'e Berenger). FoUe? . . . par 

Claire de Chandeneux [pseud.]. P., 1879. 18'>.2663.67 

BAlRb, Henry M. History of the rise of the Hugue- 
nots of France. N. Y., 1879. 2 v. 8». ... 3523.61 

Baird, Wm. R. American college fraternities. 

Phila., 1879. lllus. 12o 2388.55 

Balance spring. See Immisch. 

Balbiani, G. Legons sur la generation des vert6- 
bres. Recueillies par F. Henneguy, revues 
par le professeur. P., 1879. lllus. 8". . . . 3885.63 

Baring-Gould, Sabine. Germany present and past. 

L.,1879. 2v. 8<> 2828.63 

Barnard, Frederick A. P. The metric system of 
weights and measures. 3d ed., with additions. 
B., 1879. 8" 3936.59 

Bateman, John. The great land-owners of Great 
Britain and Ireland. New ed- : with addition 
of 1,.320 owners of 2,000 acres and upwards. 
L. 1879. Sm. 8» *2439.54 

Baunard, Louis. The life of Mother Duchesne, re- 
ligious of the society of the Sacred Heart of 
Jesus, and foundress of the first houses of 
that society in America. Tr. by Lady Geor- 
gianaFullerton. [Iloehampton.] 1879. Map. S". 3557.64 

Beames, John. A comparative grammar of the mod- 
ern Aryan languages of India. Vol. 2. Noun 
and pronoun. L.," 1875. S" 3033.57 

Beamont, Wm. An account of the rolls of honour of 
Halton, part of the Duchy of Lancaster. War- 
rington, 1879. 4» *2460a.51 

— Annals of the lords of Warrington and Bewsey 

from 1587-1833. Manchester, 1873. Sm. 4». *2494.64 

— A history of the house of Lyme (in Cheshire). 

Compiled from documents of the Legh family 
[etc.]. Warrington, 1876. 8» *2494.63 

— Warrington church notes. The parish church of 

St. Elfin. Warrington, and the other churches 

of the parish. Warrington, 1878. 8" . . . . *2494.82 

— Winwick : its historj- and antiquities. 2d ed. 

Warrington. [1879?] S" *2-l94.60 

— and Rylands, J. P. An attempt to identify 

the arms formerly existing in the windows of 
the parish church and Austin friary at War- 
rington. Warrington, 1878. lllus. 4". . . . *4530.4 
Be^CHE, G. de. Bibliografia americana. Estudios i 
catalogo complete i razonado de [su] biblior 
teca americana por B. Vicuiia Mackenna. Valr 
paraiso, 1879. Portr. 8" *2154.20 

Contains Rasgos biogr&flcos, in which it is staled that 
8r. D. G. de Beech e gathered this library of 4,600 vols. 



U8 



1880. 



Shelf. Ko. 
Biblical things not generally known. 2d ser. L., 

1879. Sm. 8° 3418.68 

Bibliography. See Be6che; — Castellani ; — Boston 

Public Library. 
Bird, Isabella L. A lady's life in the Rocky monn- 

taiiis. lUus. N. Y.. 1879. 12» 2303.58 

Reprinted from the Leisure hour for 1878. 

Bishop, Levi. Poetical works. 4th cd. With a 

sketch of fhis] life. Albany, 1879. 8» . . . 2405.71 

Bishop, Nathaniel H. Four months In a sneak-box. 
A boat voyage of 2600 miles down the Ohio 
and Mississippi rivers and along the Gulf of 
Mexico. B., 1879. Illus. Maps. 8» . . . . 2360a.71 

BliADfe, Jean F. Poi'sies populaires en langue fran- 
gaise, recueillies dans I'Armagnac et rAgciiais. 
[With music^ P., 1879. 8<> 4672.53 

Blake, Edith (). The realities of freemasonry. L., 

1879. Plate. 80 3563.66 

Blampignon, ifcmile A., abbe. Massillon, d'apr^s 

des documents inedits. P., 1879. 18» 4647.59 

Blanc, Louis. Dix ans de I'histoire d'Angleterre. 

T. 3, 4. [1863,64.] P., 1879. IS* 2429.64 

Bloomfield, Robert, 1766-1823. The bird and In- 
sects' post-office. Illus. 1880 [1879]. 4» . .3903.56 

Bloomfield was the author of the Former's boy. This 
present work wus first published in his Remains, in 1S24. 
Written in the form of letters for children. 

Blow-fly. See Lowne. 

BONAR, Horatius. The white fields of France ; or, 

the story of Mr. M' All's mission to the working. 

men of Paris and Lyons. L., 1879. Sm. 8« . .3576.76 

Intended to show the influence of Protestantism in 
France. 

BONJEAN, Joseph. Monographic de la rage. Cham- 

bery, 1878. ]6» 3807.63 

BoNNEMfeRE, Lionel. Voyage k travers les Gaulcs 

56 ans avant Jesns-Christ. P., 1879. 18» . . .4628.82 

Bonneville de Marsangv, Louis. Madame Cam- 
pan & ficouen. -p., 1879. 8» 2640a.73 

Madame Cnnipaii was lady of the bedchamber to Marie 
Antoinette. After the revolution she enjoyed the patron- 
age of Napoleon, who apiiointed her superintendent of 
the imperial house at £couen. 

Booch-Arkossy, Friedrich. Spanlsche Chrestoraa- 
thie. Hand- und Hiilfsbuch der spanischen 
Sprache und Litteratur in xix. Jahrhundert. 
Lpz., 1857. 8» **D.180b.7 

Bookbinding. See Zaehnsdorf. 

BORDIER, Henri L. La Saint-Barthdlemy et la cri- 
tique moderne. Genfeve, 1879. Plates. 4* , . 4610.7 

The author seeks to establish the fact of the cruelty of 
this massacre as against certain recent attempts to pal- 
liate it. Dubois' painting of the scene is reproduced in 
litliograph. 

Boston. Muvicipal court. Rules for the civil busi- 
ness. B., 1879. J6» *3636.22 

— Water board. 2d, 3d annual report. 1878, 79. 2 v. 

8» •6365.50 

Boston almanac and business directory, 1880. Vol. 

45. B. [1879.] 32" 4350a.l 

Boston marine society. Gleanings from [its] rec- 
ords, through its first century, 174'2-1842. Com- 
piled by N. Hpooner. B., 1879. 12" 5579a.65 

Boston public library. CaUilogue of the Spanish 
library and of the Portuguese books bequeathed 
by G. Tickiior. Together with the collection 
of Spanish and Portuguese literature in tjic 
general library. By J. L. Whitney. B., 1879. 
L. 8». ..... ♦6171.12 

Botany. See Bright; —Candolle; — Graf; — Gray; 
— Thuret. 

BOTURiNi BENADfci, I.orenzo. Idea de una nueva 
historia general de la America septentrional. 
[AIho, Catiilogo de [su] museo historico In- 
diano.] Madrid, 1746. Portrs. 8m. 4« . . . •4418.29 

Relates exduilvely to the Indiana of Mexico. 

BouiLLiER, Francisque. Ulstolre de la phllosophle 

cartosienne. 3c ed. 1'., 1868. 2 v. 18» . . . 5006.. 3 

BOWEN, George. Verily, verily. The amens of 

Christ. Edinb., 1879. Sm. 8» 3440b.68 

Short hortatory discourses. 



BATES HALL 

™ 8he»r. No. 

Brasset, Thomaa. Foreign work and Engliah w«s«a 
considered with reference to the dcpreMion of 
trade. L., 1879. 8» . 3573.61 

Brat, Anna E. The borders of the Taoiar and ibo 
Tavy [in Devonshire] ; their natural history, 
etc. In a series of letter* to It. Southey. New 
ed. L., 1879. 2 V. Illus. 8* ....... . 2467.57 

First pub. in 1838 with the UUr, DcKription of tk« 
part of Devonshire bordering on [etc.]. 

Breach of promise. See MacColbu 

Bridges. See Hitter. 

Bright, Henry A. A year In a Lancaahire garden. 

L., 187W. 8m. 8» "... aoOT 76 

British museum, /.«fi(/(>n. CaUlogueof Greek coins. 
By B. V. Head. Ed. by II. 8. Poole. With 
map. L., 1870. Illus. 8» 2M6 6S 

— Catalogue of the binla in the British museum 

Vol. 4. L., 1879. Plates. 8» •&M16.19 

Conlenu. — *. Passerifurmes or perching binls. (%- 
chloniurpha : pt. 1. By I'. B. Sliaipe. 

— Catalogues of the Persian manuscripts In the 

British museum. By C. RIcu. Vol. 1. fL 1 

1879. 4» .' \ . saMO.ao 

Brodrick, George C. Political studies. L.,1879. 8*. 2527.19 

Studies on English liberal and Consenrativc p»U«ica, 

by a Liberal, with papers on Ilouwhuld sufTrafr, Ihs 

Irish question, Priniugciiiture, Canada, aud I'nivcrsitj 

ri'furni. 

Bromley, George W., and ro. AUas of the entire 
city of hew York. N. Y., 1879. 41 folded 
plates. V* •4370 U 

Brooke, Sir J., rajah of Saramak. See 8t. John. 

Brooks, Edward. Normal methods of teachlug. 

I...incaster, Pa., 1879. 12* 3507.73 

Brown, Cornelius. The nnnaU of Ncwark-upon- 

Trent. Illus. L., 1879. 4* •2500«.M 

Brown, George. Aids to anatomy. N. Y., 1879. 

!«• S74«.«9 

Brltii, Leonardo, called Leonardo Aretino. Istoria 
florentina. Tr. in volgare da Donato .\ccla- 
juoll. Premessovl un difcorso su Aretino per 
C. Monzani. Fircnze, 1861. 16* 279a M 

Chronicles the history of Florence from tbe earliest 
times to 1404. Other histories in this library art in- 
cluded in the uoir on the Renslaaanrc hlMory in tlis 
Bulletin for Oct.. 187a 

Bryant, Wm. C, and Gat, Sydney H. A popular 
history of the United States. Vol. 3. N. Y , 
1879. Illus. L. 8» , -aiOmM 

This vol. comprises from 1)78-1779. 

Buck, Albert H., ed. Treatise on hygiene and pub- 
lic health. N. Y., 1879. 2 v. Illus. 8*. . . TM.m 

Coiifm/s. — Vol. I. Introduction by J. 8. Billing* 1 
Infant hygiene, by A. Jacob! ; Food and drink, by i. 
Tyson ; On drinking wairr and public water sH|i«.lk«, 
by Wm. Riplry; Phyrlral exercise. by A. BraytonBalli- 
AdulleraUoa of food, by S. V. Sbarplni PuMIc wsU 
aaiicrs, by R. 8. Tracy : (Juaranlins, Igr S. O. Taa4sr> 
pocl; Inland quarantine, by 8. 8. Usrrieki tws M pam 
and other conlagiuus disrasr*. by A. McL. HamlltM, 
and B. .McK. EinniHI: llircar* of tlM ptnt»,%f A. 
van lIsrlinKi-n ; Soil and vairr, by Wm. II. Fordi TlM 
ainii»phcirr, by I). F. Lliimln; (iei cral pilnrl|rfr* sf 
ho<piUl cunalrurtlwn*. by F. 11 Bruwn. — II. lly g lsas 
of nccupatiiin, by R. S. Tracy i llyglent of «sm|ia, by 
C. Smart ; Hygiene uf Hie natal and mMchsM naHn*. 
by T. i. Turner; Hygiene of coal mln**, by II C. 
Sheafrr; llyglrne ofmelal mines, by R. W. IUyn>ot.4| 
Infant nioftallty. Vital datlxle*. by T. B. QsitUt 
The hygtrne of syphilis, by F. R. tUilKlsi OtaMbi^ 
ants, by K. Waller 1 Vlllag* aanHary mmmtfUtim*, hf 
R. 8. Tracy ; Srh.»l ii.« gtmx. by U. F. Uaeate. 

BL'CKLF.t, Arnbi'lla It. A abort hUtorr of natural 
science, and of tlir progress »f diarorcry. 3d 
ed. L., 187U. »m. 8* aMe.ri 

Buddha. See .\rtMild. 

Bulliot, J. Gabriel, and ItotDOT, J. La tAi* gan. 
lolse seloD rblstoire el lea tradllioos. Autun, 

1879. 8» »»».« 

A study 'if the manner*, rustom*. and poliileal s|»> 
tenis of Maul, at the lime o( OaMar'a invaakm. a. oi J9L 



149 



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Shelf. No. 
Bullock, Charles. The temperance witness-box. L. 

[1879.] Portr. 16° 657ea.l06 

Testimony of prominent doctors, statesmen, judges, 
clergymen, etc., upon tlie temperance question. 

— The way home: or the gospel in the parable. 

[7th ed.] L. [1878.] S" 3440.79 

Bulwer-Lytton. Edward R., lord Lytton. Chron- 
icles and characters. [Poems.] By Robert 
Lytton (Owen Meredith). L., 1868. '2 v. 8''.4566.63 

Bump, Orlando F. The law of patents, trade-marks, 

and copy-rights. N. T., 1877. S" 3665.64 

Bunk£R hill monument association. Proceedings at 
65th, 56th annual meetings, 1878, 79. B., 1878, 
79. 2 V. Illus. 8» 4355.67 

BuRCKHARDT, Jacob. La civilta del secolo del rinas- 
cimento in Italia. Tr. sulla seconda ed. tedesca 
da D. Valbusa. Firenze, 1876. 'Z v. IC". . . 2729.56 

Burke, Sir (J.) Bernard. A genealogical and heral- 
dic history of the landed gentry of Great 
Britain and Ireland. 6th ed. L., 1879. 2 v. 
8" *2430a.51 

Earlier editions are in the library. 

BuRNAND, Frederick C. The-" A. D. C," being per- 
sonal reminiscences of the University Amateur 
dramatic club, Cambridge. L., 1880 [1879]. 
S" 2494.61 



Caballero, Fernan, pseud. See Arrom, C. B. de. 

Calculus. See Hoiiel ; — Rice. 

Caldehon de la Barca, P. See Hasell. 

Calvert, George H. Shakespeare : a biographic 

aesthctio study. B., 1879. Portr. 16" 6595.9 

Campan, M<tdame. See Bonneville. 

Campori, Giuseppe. Notizie storiche e artistiche 
della maiolica e della porcellana di Ferrara nei 
secoli 15 e 16. Modena, 1871. 16» 4029.99 

Portions have appeared in the Gazette dcs boaux-arta 
C7320a.50]. 

Canadian patent office record. Vol. 1-6. Ottawa, 

1873-78, 6 V. in 4. Illus. L. 8» . .