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Volume IX 




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Accessions. See New York Public Library — Accessions. 

Adams, John, Letter of introduction for Henry Colman to James 

Monroe in i8i6 248 

American Diplomatic Correspondence, Collation of the. . . 87-89 

Andrews, Israel D., and the Reciprocity Treaty of 1854. . 445-447 

BxDDLE, Nicholas, to James Monroe, on the Louisiana boundary,i8i6. 8 

Bimetallism, List of Works relating to 344-387 

Bridges and Viaducts, List of Works relating to 295-329 

Brockholls, Anthony, to William Penn, 1683 247 

Campbell, John, on Hume's Views of Queens Elizabeth and Mary, 175 i. 199-200 

^^Campbell,'William, on the Battle of Guilford Court House in 1781. 464-465 

^Colman, Henry, Letter of introduction from John Adams to James 

Monroe, 1816. 248 

^ Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution (and of the 

United States, 1783-89), Collation of the. .... 87-89 

Director, Annual Report of the. . . . , . 399-444 

Divorce AND Marriage, List of Works RELATING TO 466-513 

Documents printed from Manuscripts in the Library: 

John Adams to James Monroe, introducing Henry Colman, 1816. 248 

Israel D. Andrews and the Reciprocity Treaty of 1854. . . 445-447 

Nicholas Biddle to James Monroe, on the Louisiana Boundary, 

1816 8 

Anthony Brockholls to William Penn, 1683 247 

John Campbell on Hume's Views of Queens Mary and Elizabeth, 

1751. . . . . . . . . 199-200 

William Campbell on the Battle of Guilford Court House In 1781. 464-465 

i^F. H. Gregory to David Porter on piracy in the Gulf of Mexico, 

1823. . . . . . . . . . . 122-123 

^ James Madison to James Monroe on alleged Spanish intrig^uing, 

A 1816 448 

)^James Madison to James Monroe on West Indies Slavery in 1816. 463 

vThomas M. Newell to David Porter on Piracy in the West Indies, 

^ 1823 48-49 

*/John E. Wool to W. L. Stone on the Battle of Queenstown 

Heights, 1838 120-122 

Donors. See New York Public Library — Donors. 

Gold Standard, List of Works relating to 344-387 

Gregory, F. H., to David Porter on Piracy in the Gulf of Mexico, 

1823. . . . 122-123 

Guilford Court House, William Campbell on the Battle of. . . 464-465 
Ireland, List of Works relating to. 90-104, 124-144, 159-184, 201-229, 249-280 
IksonT Andrew, to James Monroe on the Presidential Message of 
1817. 34^ 

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Louisiana Boundary, Nicholas Biddle to James Monroe in i8i6 on 

THE. 8 

Madison, James, to James Monroe on alleged Spanish Intriguing, i8i6. 448 

Madison, James, to James Monroe on West Indies Slavery in 1816. . 463 

Manuscripts. See Documents Printed from Manuscripts in the 

Marriage ANp Divorce. List of Works relating to. . 466-513 

"Mexico, F. H. Gregory to David Porter on Piracy in the Gulf of. 122-123 

Money Standards, List of Works relating to. .... 344-387 

^Monroe James, Letters to, from John Adams for Henry Colman, 1816. 248 

FROM Nicholas Biddle on the Louisiana 

boundary, 1816 8 

FROM Andrew Jackson on the Presiden- 
tial Message of 1817 343 

FROM James Madison on alleged Spanish 

INTRIGUING, 1816 448 

FROM James Madison on West Indies 

Slavery in 1816 463 

New York Public Library: 

Accessions, List of Principal. 32-39, 73-79, 105-111, 145-151, 185-191, 

230-239, 281-287, 330-335. 388-391, 449-455. 5 14-5 "9, 585-591 
Donors, List of Principal. 40, 80, iia, 152, 192, 240, 288, 336, 393, 

456, 520, 592 

Report (Director's), 1904-5 399-444 

Report (Monthly). 3-7, 43-47» 83-86,115-119, 155-158, 195-198, 243-246, 

291-294, 339-342, 395-398, 459-462, 523-527 

Newell,Thomas M., to David Porter on Piracy in West Indies, 1823. 48-49 

Penn, William, Letter from Anthony Brockholls, 1683. . . . 247 

Periodicals, List of Theological. 9-31. 50-72 

Piracy in Gulf of Mexico, F. H. Gregory to David Porter on. 122-123 

^Piracy in West Indies, T. M. Newell to David Porter on. 48-49 

Porter, David, Letter from Thomas M. Newell on Piracy in West 

Indies, 1823 48-49 

Porter, David, Letter from F. H. Gregory on Piracy in Gulf of 

Mexico, 1823. 122-123 


OF, 1838. ........... 120-122 

Report. See New York Public Library — Report. 

Silver Standard, List of Works relating to 344-387 

- Slavery in West Indies, James Madison to James Monroe on. . . 463 
^-^tone, W. L., Letter from John E. Wool, on the Battle of Queens- 
town Heights, 1838 120-122 

Theological Periodicals, List of. 9-31, 50-72^ 

West Indies, James Madison to James Monroe on Slavery in. . . 463 

West Indies, T. M. Newell to David Porter on Piracy in. 48-49 

JWoman , List of Books relating to 528-584 

Wool,' John E.,to W. L. Stone on the Battle of Queenstown Heights, 

1838. ............ I20-T22 





Volume IX • Number 1 


Nicholas Biddle to J&ubs Uohroe in 1816 
Liffr or Theoumicai. PERiODiCAi.e, A-I 
Prihcifal AccBasiOMS in Decbubbr, 1904 . 
Principai. Donobb ra Dkcemubr, IIKM 



William W. Appleton. 

John Bigelow. 

John L. Cadwalader. 

Andrew Carnegie. 

Cleveland H. Dodge. 

John Murphy Farley. 

Samuel Greenbaum. 

H. Van Rensselaer Kennedy. 

John S. Kennedy. 

Edward King. 

Lewis Cass Ledyard. 

Alexander Maitland. 
J. Pierpont Morgan. 
Morgan J. O'Brien. 
Stephen H. Olin. 
Alexander E. Orr. 
Henry C. Potter. 
George L. Rives. 
Charles Rowland Russell. 
Philip Schuyler. 
George W. Smith. 
Frederick Sturges. 

George Brinton McClellan, Mayor of the City of New York, ex officio, 
Edward M. Grout. Comptroller of the City of New York, ex officio, 
Charles V. Fornes, President of the Board of Aldermen, ex officio. 


President, Hon. John Bigelow, LL.D. 
First Vice-President, Rt. Rev. Henry C. Potter, D.D., LL.D. 
Second Vice-President, John S. Kennedy, Esq. 
Secretary, CHARLES Howland Russell, Esq., 40 Lafayette Place. 
Treasurer, Edward King, Esq., Union Trust Company, 80 Broadway. 
Director, Dr. John S. Billings, 40 Lafayette Place. 


Lafayette Place, 40. (Astor.) Fifth Avenue, 890. (Lenox.) 



East Broadway, 31. (Chatham Square.) 

East Broadway, 197. (Educational Alliance Building.) 

Eldridge Street, 184. (University Settlement Building.) 

Bond Street, 49. Near the Bowery. 

8th Street. 135 Second Avenue. (Ottendorfer.) 

loth Street, 331 East. (Tompkins Square.) 

13th Street, 251 West. Near 8th Avenue. (Jackson Square.) 

22d Street. 230 East. Near 2d Avenue. (Epiphany.) 

23d Street, 130 West. Near 6th Avenue. (Muhlenberg.) 

34th Street, 215 East. Between 2d and 3d Avenues. 

40th Street. 501 West. Between loth and nth Avenues. (St. Raphael* s.) 

42d Street, 226 West. Near 7th Avenue. (George Bruce. Department Headquarters.) 

50th Street, 123 East. Near Lexington Avenue. (Cathedral.) 

51st Street, 463 West. Near loth Avenue. (Sacred Heart.) 

59th Street, 113 East. Near Lexington Avenue. 

65th Street, 116 West. Near Broadway. (Riverside.) 

67th Street, 328 East. Near ist Avenue. 

69th Street. 190 Amsterdam Avenue. (Travelling Libraries.) 

76th Street, 538 East 

79th Street, 222-224 East. Near 3d Avenue. (Yorkville.) 

82d Street. 2279 Broadway. (St. Agnes.) 

86th Street. 536 Amsterdam Avenue. 

91st Street, 121 West. Between Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues. (Blind Library.) 

looth Street, 206 West. Near Broadway. (Bloomingdale.) 

iioth Street, 174 East. Near 3d Avenue. (Aguilar.) 

123d Street, 32 West. (Harlem Library Branch.) 

125th Street, 224 East. Near 3d Avenue. 

156th Street, 922 St. Nicholas Avenue. (Washington Heights.) 


ToTTENViLLE. Amboy Road, near Prospect Avenue. 





Vol. IX. 

January, 1905. 

No. 1. 

At the meeting of the Board of Trustees on January n, 1905, Mr. Cleveland 
H. Dodge was elected to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Mr. Samuel 
P. Avery. 


Reference Department. 

The following table shows the operations of the Reference Department of the 
New York Public Library for December, 1904, with the corresponding figures for 
the last six months, as compared with the corresponding six months of 1903: 

% t 

* t 

No. vols, purchased, accessioned 

No. vols, given. 

No. pams. purchased, 

No. pams. given, 

No. of vols, actually received by purchase 




t ( 

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• < 

( < 

1 4 

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t f 

No. vols. 

No. pams. 

No. pams. 

No. prints 

No. prints 

No. maps 

No. maps 

No. vols, received in exchange 

No. pams. received in 

No. vols, sent out 

No. pams. sent out 

No. vols, sent to outside binders 

No. vols, sent to Library binder 

No. maps mounted by Library binder 

No. books catalogued 

No. pams. catalogued 

No. cards written .... 

No. slips written for copjring machine 

No. cards from copying machine 

No. readers and visitors . 

No. readers 

No. readers, desk applicants . 

No. vols, consulted by desk applicants 

Daily average of readers 

No. readers, periodical dept. . 

Daily average .... 

No. periodicals consulted 

(No. taken from rack) 
No. readers, Russian dept. 

(No. works consulted) 













































































































During the calendar year ending December 31, 1904, the number of volumes 
actually received (including exchanges) was 30,884, and of pamphlets, 88,592. 

The number of volumes catalogued was 33,356, and of pamphlets, 30,892. 
The total number of cards written was 121,319. 

The total number of readers during the calendar year was 192,522, the num- 
ber of desk applicants was 151,692, and the number of volumes consulted by 
these desk applicants was 549,696, not including those used at the free reference 

There are now on the shelves of the Astor and Lenox Branches of the Library, 
available for readers, 642,895 volumes and 247,357 pamphlets. These with the 
445*496 volumes in the circulation department give a total of 1,088,391 volumes 
and 247,357 pamphlets in the whole system available for readers. 

Circulation Department. 

On December 31, 1904, the Cathedral Free Library turned over its real and 
personal property to the New York Public Library and the Circulation Depart- 
ment took charge of its five branches. In the year just ended it had circulated 
343,962 volumes, and at the time of consolidation it had 49,812 volumes on its 

During the calendar year ending December 31, 1904, the Circulation Depart- 
ment (22 branches) circulated for home use 3,222,491 volumes; the number of 
readers consulting books from the shelves was 400,365; the number of new regis- 
trations was 54,996; the number of adult readers was 282,334, total number of 
readers being 435,542; the number of volumes accessioned was 26,624, giving a 
total of 395,684 volumes on the shelves. The addition of the former Cathedral 
branches brings the department total number available to 445,496 volumes, and 
the total circulation for home use to 3,566,453 volumes. 

The most popular books of the month were (in non-fiction): Knox's *' Japanese 
Life in Town and Country," Lavignac's '* Music Dramas of Richard Wagner," 
and Ulmann's ** Landmark History of New York"; (adult fiction) : Thurston's 
•*The Masquerader," Wiggin's '*The Affair at the Inn." and Caine's "The 
Prodigal Son"; (juvenile fiction) : Wiggin's "Birds' Christmas Carol," Alcott's 
** Little Women," and Barbour's "Arrival of Jimpson." 





East Broadway, 33 

Chatham Squarb. 

East Broadway, 197 

Eldridgb Street. 184 

Bond Street, 49 

8th St., 135 Second Ave.. 


loth St., 331 East, 

Tompkins Square. 

13th St., 251 West, 

Jackson Squarb. 

23d St., 130 West, 


34TH Street, 215 East 

42d St., 226 West, 

Gborgb Brucb. 

59TH Street, 113 East 

65th St., 116 West, 


69th St., 190 Amsterdam Ave.,. 
Travblling Libraribs. 

76TH Street, 538 East 

79th St., 222-224 East, 


82d St., 2279 Broadway 

St. Agnbs. 

91st St., 121 West, 


lOOth St., 206 West, 


IlOth St, 174 East, 


123d St.. 32 West, 

Harlbm Library. 

125TH Street. 224 East 

156th St., 922 St. Nicholas Ave., 
Washington Hbights. 

ToTTENViLLE, 137 Johoson Ave 





















hall USB. 









































































Among the gifts received during December were those from the following, viz . : 
the American Bureau of Shipping, a copy of *' Record of American and Foreign 
Shipping, 1905, 'American Lloyd's'"; from Bahais Board of Counsel two of 
their publications; from Charles Currier Beale, a copy of his privately-printed 
monograph on Marcus T. C. Gould, and from the Wiilis-Byrom Club (students 
of shorthand bibliography) one of the three copies set aside for libraries in the 
United States of the reprint of "Samuel Taylor, angler and stenographer," by 
Alexander Tremaine Wright, vol. i ; from the Burrows Brothers Company, a copies 
of the History of the United States and its people from their earliest records to 
the present time," by EIroy McKendree Avery, 1904; from Messrs. Carr^re & 
Hastings, a copy of the "Group plan of the public buildings of the City of Cleve- 
land," a report made by Daniel H. Burnham, John M. Carrere, Arnold W. Brunner, 
of the Board of Supervision, in August, 1903; from James B. Ford, a copy of 
Arthur H. Clark's " History of Yachting," i6oo-i8t5. New York, 1904; from the 
Pr6ret de la Seine, ij volumes and 5 pamphlets, all official publications; from the 
President of the Republic of Haiti, 3 volumes. Reports and documents annexed of 
the Commission of Enquiry and Verification instituted by a resolution of the Presi- 
dent of the Republic, ai March, 1903; from Prof. Nobushige Hozumi, Imperial 
University of Tokio, a copy of his new Japanese civil code, as material for the 
study of comparative jurisprudence; from Archer M. Huntington, a copy of the 
facsimile reprint of " La Angelica de Lvys," Barahona de Soto, pt. r, Granada, 
Hugo de Mena, 1586; from the Stadtbibliothek, KOIn, a volumes and 8 pamphlets, 
all publications of the Library ; from Rudolph Koradi " Katalog der in dcr Biblio- 
thek und im Archiv befindlicher Biicher der Deutschen Gesellschaft von Pennsyl- 
vanien," Philadelphia, 1879; from Constantin Leber, two of his works, " Die St. 
Marien-Gemeinde in der Stadt Allegheny, Pa.", Pittsburg, 1898, and "Souvenir 
der St. JosephS'Gemeinde zu Johnstown, Pa.", 1900; from the Secretaria de 
Fomento, Colonizacion e Industria, Mexico, 18 volumes and 1 pamphlet, publica- 
tions of the Department; from Mrs. Edward C. Post, t8 volumes, a miscellaneous 
collection; from H. A. Ratterman, his "Nord-Amerikanische Vdgel in Liedern 
fiir Famihen- und Schulgcbrauch," Cincinnati, 1904; from Elihu Root, a copy of 
"Mr. Theodore M. Davis' excavations, Biban el Molilk," Westminster, 1904; 
from Mrs. E. N. Vanderpoel, 6 volumes of early 19th century publications; from 
Mrs. Frank Wiggins, a copy of " Los Angeles and Vicinity," issued by the Los 
Angeles Chamber of Commerce for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904; and 
from Thomas Windsor, 13 volumes, chiefly reports made relative to the Universal 
Exposition of 1K78. 

At the Lenux Branch the exhibition of etchings by Bracquemond and of etch- 
ings and drawings by Robert F. Blum was continued during the month. At the 
AsTOR the plates illustrating anniversaries connected with well-known men and 
^-wj-nts and the Japanese and Russian prints relating to the present war were con- 

he print room exhibited at the Tompkins Square Branch a selection of plates 
Maudsley's " Ornamental Arts of Japan," at the One Hundred and Twentv- 
I Street Branch the first part of the Racinet Costume plates up to the i6th 
iry, and at the Chatham Square Branch plates from Wilkie's Gallery. 


At the Circulation branches the picture bulletins, reading lists and temporary 
collections of books on special shelves were as follows: Chatham Square, Christ- 
mas, Opera, Old Testament Stories; East Broadway, Famous men and women 
born in December, J. G. Whittier, E. Eggleston, R. Wagner, W. E. Gladstone, 
Turkey, A winter's reading, Christmas; Eldridge Street, Famous men and 
women born in December, Christmas, New books; Bond Street, Christmas bulle- 
tins (2), Cowboy life on the plains, Transportation of the injured. Colds their pre- 
vention and treatment, St. Louis Exposition ; Tompkins Square, Chivalry, House 
and home, Japan, New York City, Russia, J. G. Whittier; Ottendorfer, Christ- 
mas, Cairo, Philippines, Colds their prevention and cure. Structure and functions 
of the healthy human body. Electricity; Jackson Square, Christmas, New books; 
Muhlenberg, Christmas, New Year's day, Persia, Syria, Palestine; Thirty-fourth 
Street, Christmas, New Year's day; Bruce, Christmas, The Japanese, Fairy- 
land; Fifty-ninth Street, Famous men and women born in December, Popular 
authors of the day, Christmas, New Year's day, Abraham Lincoln, Astronomy, 
New books; Riverside, New books, Carlyle, English essayists; Seventy-sixth 
Street, Christmas, Music; Yorkville, Christmas, Opera, New books; St. Agnes, 
Christmas, William Morris, Parsifal, Opera, P. B. Shelley, Cairo, Morocco, 
Southern Spain; Bloomingdale, Christmas, In mythland; Harlem Library, 
Christmas bulletins (3), School and College life, English conquest in India, Tea 
and stamp act, Britain's maritime policy. War of 181 2 for commercial power, 
Daniel Boone, Lewis and Clarke, Fulton, Printing press, Martin Luther, Reign 
of terror, England made protestant, Hawkins, Drake, Frobisher, Children's cru- 
sades, Barbarossa, Confucius, Buddha, Moses, Pyramids; One Hundred and 
Twenty-fifth Street, Christmas bulletins (2), School and college life; Wash- 
ington Heights, Confucius, Buddha, Moses, Pyramids, Alexander the Great, 
Lewis and Clarke, Fulton, General Jackson, New Orleans, Morse, The telegraph. 
Reign of terror, England made protestant, Hawkins, Drake, Frobisher, Invincible 
Armada and its loss. Sir Walter Raleigh, Trouble with America, Tea and stamp 
act, Britain's maritime policy, War of 181 2 for commercial power. Reform in 
industrial system, England's emancipation of slaves. Factory act. Locomotive, 
Land of the Incas, Ancient Peru, Travels in Patagonia, Volcanoes, Typical life in 

Many of these lists were prepared in connection with the Free Lectures of the 
Board of Education and relate to the subjects of lectures delivered in the neigh- 
borhood of the branches at which they are displayed. 



Printed from the original manuscript in the New York Public Library. 

Phil^Nov* 25, 1816 
Dear Sir. 

There is a very curious collection of maps here in the possession of Mt Mellish 
the geographer to whom I have recommended to forward it to you. It is a Gen- 
eral Atlas published in England in the year 1721*. What renders it interesting to 
us, is the map of Louisiana which must of course have been copied from the French 
maps of that period and in which the western limit of Louisiana is marked by a col- 
oured & dotted line running along the Rio del Norte from its mouth to the entrance 
of a river called Rio Salado de Apaches de los siete rios, but which in Humboldts 
& the later maps is named Rio Puerco and up that river to the mountains. I have 
no where seen the western limit so strongly designated. 

This subject has long been familiar to you, and you may perhaps in the course 
of your researches have seen this very map, but I thought it worth while to men- 
tion it in case you may not have met with the work. If that question ever comes 
into discussion there are a number of works relating to Louisiana in the library of 
Philadelphia & of the Philosophical society, from which 1 could at any time extract 
such information as related to the boundary. 

The result of the election in this & the neighboring States leaves no doubt as to 
the next Presidency. 

The state of the votes here is so singular as to require some explanation. 
Penn* can furnish about 120,000 voters, yet only 43000 voted at the last election & 
the majority for the successful ticket was about 8000. The small number of votes 
given in is ascribable wholly to the confidence of success which prevented the 
majority from making any exertion, and the opposition itself was owing in a great 
degree to the prevailing dislike to the interference of members of Congress in the 
choice of a President. But what I think it right that you should understand dis- 
tinctly is that neither the opposition ticket nor the smallness of the majority had 
any connection with the personal character of the candidate. Of this there can be 
no stronger demonstration than the fact that the opposition ticket contained many 
who if they had been chosen would have voted for you, and in truth I doubt 
whether you have anywhere in the Union a more confirmed popularity than in 

You are resuming your winter labors & I am preparing for my journey to Harris- 
burg. I will therefore only add that I am 

very sincerely 


Nicholas Biddle 
HonW* James Monroe 


* The De L*Islc map cf 1718 followed in Senex's A New General Atlas (London, 1771). 



Works in the New York Public Library are indicated by the letter N following the title, those in the 
General Theological Seminary by G, those in Union Theological Seminary by U. 

Lists of Jewish periodicals were printed in the Bulletin, vol. 6 (1902), pp. 258-264, vol. 7 (1903), 
pp. 30-31. Periodicals relating to Palestine, oriental archaeology, etc., were included in the list of period- 
icals relating to archaeology, vol. i (1897), pp. 212-226. 

Titles oif a few important religious weekly newspapers, etc. , are included in this list, but both Union 
Seminary and New York Public Library have incomplete files of many such papers not mentioned here. 

Part I. A-L 

Abofl^ado (El) cristiano. Ilustrado. v. 25. 
Mexico ^ 1901-1902. f. N. 

Aet» Pontificia et Decreta SS. RR. Congrega- 
tionum. Ed. Fridericus Pustet. v. i-date. (May, 
1903-date.) Roma^ 1903-date. 8°. N. 


Act* Sanctae Sedis in compendium opportune 
redacta et illustrata. Studio et cura V. Piazzesi. 
v. i-date(i865-date). ^<»»i<y, 1865-date. 8". N. 


Index generalis, V. i, (covering v. 1-20.) N. 

Advanee (The). Published weekly in the in- 
terests of Congregationalism, v. 22-24, 27, 29-30, 
32-34, 39-46. Chicago^ 1890-1902. f". N. 

Incoreplete, except r. 32, 39-46. 

Advent Review and Sabbath Herald, v. 77- 
80. Battle Creeks Mich,, 1900-1903. f°. N. 

V. 78 lacks DO. X, V. 80 DOS. 5, 37. 

Adviser (The); or, Vermont Evangelical Maga- 
zine, vol. I, no. I ; V. 4, nos. 3, 5, 7; v. 5, nos. 3-12; 
v. 6, nos. 1-2, 4-7. II. (1809-13.) MiddUbury, 
Vt., 1809-13. U. 

Afro-American Mission Herald, v. 4-6. Louis- 
vilU, Ky., 1900-1901. f. N. 


Aftieo-American Presbvterian. v. 22-25. Char' 
lotte, N, C, 1900-1903. r. N. 


AljkbamA Baptist, v. 27, nos. 1-3, 5-8, 10- 
II, 13-47; V. 28, nos. 12, 15. 18, 20-23, 25-26, 28, 
30. 35-36. Montgomery, Ala^ 1900-1901. f*. N. 

Alabama Christian Advocate, v. 20-22. Bir- 
mingham, 1901-03. f°. N. 


••All the Days." A year book of New Testa- 
ment Truths. A^^w Ki^i [cop. 1897]. ob. 48". N. 

All the World. [Issued by the Salvation Army.] 

V. 8, 21, 22 (1891, 1900-01.) London, 1891-1901. 
8\ N. 


AUgemeine Bibliothek der Biblischen Littera- 
tur von Jobann Gottfried Eichhorn. v. i-io. Leip- 

«^. 1 78 7-1 800. 12 

N., U. 

All^emeine Bibliothek der neuesten deutschen 
theologischen Literatur. v. 1-8. Quedlinburg, 
1784-87. %\ U. 

AUf^emeine Bibliothek der neuesten theolo- 
gischen und p&dagogischen Literatur. Hrsg. von 
Joh. E. C. Schmidt und Fr. H. C. Schwarz. v. 5-8. 
Giessen, 1 801-3. 8'. U. 

AUi^meine kirkliche Chronik. BegrQndet 
von K. Matthes. Leipzig, 18S5-75. 16". U. 

z86a-69 published id Altooa, 1870-75 Id Hamburg. 

Allf^emeine Kirchliche Zeitschrift. Ein Organ 
far die evangelische Geistlichkeit und Gemeinde; 
hrsg. von Daniel Schenkel. v. 6-13 (1865-72). 
Elberfeld, 1865-72. 8'. U. 

All^emeiner Literarischer Anzeiger fQr das 
evangelische Deutschland. Kritische Rundschau 
und Besprechungder bedeutenderen Erscheinungen 
. . .der. . .Literatur, Kunst und Musik. GUtersloh 
and Leipzig, 1867-74. 8'. U. 

Alli^meine Missionszeitschrift. Monatshefte 
far geschichtliche und theoretische Missionskunde. 
. . . Hrsg. von G. Wameck. GUtersloh, 1874- 
date. 8'. U. 


Repertorium zu Wamecks Allgemeiner 

Missionszeitschrift. v. Ph. Horbach. Band i- 
25 (1874-1898). GUtersloh, 1903. xxii, 561 pp. 
8'. U. 

AUc^meine Theologische Bibliothek. Mietau, 
1774-80. 8'. U. 

AUi^meines Repertorium far die theologische 

Litteratur und kirchliche Statistik. Hrsg. von 

G. F. H. Rheinwald. v. i-iio. Berlin, 1833- 

60. 8'. U. 

▼. 48-ixocoDstitutes a AV«/^4'^,edited by Herm. Reuter. 
A register, 18^3-42, is bouud with vol. 47. 

Alliance of Reformed Churches holding the 
Presbyterian System. See Quarterly Register, 

Al-Machri^. Revue catholique orientale 
bimensuelle. Ann^ 1-5 (i 898-1902). Beyrouth, 
1898-1902. 8". N. 

No more published. 



Almanac issued by American Board of Com- 
missioners for Foreign Missions. 1893, 1 895-1904. 
Boston^ 1 893-1904. 8°, 12". N. 

Almanae and Baptist Register. 1844, 1S48, 

1850. Philadelphia, 1844-50. 12"*. N. 

1848, 1850 have title Baptist Almanac and Annual Register. 

Almanae for the Reformed Church in the 
United Slates. 1885-86, 1888, 1892. Philadel- 
phia, 1885-92. 8\ N. 

— 1873. 1903. U. 

Almanach des Amis de N. S. P. le Pape L^n 
XIII. ct de r^glise catholique. 1881-82. Ann. 
6-7. Paris [1880-81]. 24°. N. 

Almanach des Amis de Saint Joseph. Par 
I'auteur de I'Alroanach de Notre Dame de Perp^- 
tuelSecoars. 1896-98. Ann. [2-]4. /'flnj[i895- 
97]. 16". N. 

A lm anach anti-cl^rical et r^publicain, par L. 
Taxil. 1880-82. Ann. 2-4. Paris [1879-81]. 
I2^ N. 

Almanach de TAssomption. 1880-88, i89d- 
95. Ann. 1-9, 11-16. A^amy [1879-94]. 4'. N. 

Almanach dn bon Catholiaue. 1880-97. 
Ann. 4-21. Paris [1879-96]. 16 . N. 

A lm anach catholiqoc de France. 1883, 1885- 
88, 1891, 1893, 1895-96. Ann. [4,] 6-9, 12, 14, 
16-17. ZiV/f [1882-95]. 4'. N. 

A lm a n a ch -eccl^iastiquc da Canada. Ann^e 
1-2. Montreal, 1883-84. 16°. N. 

Almanach des Enfants de Marie. 1892-96, 
1898. LilU, Paru [1891-7]. 8'. N. 

Almanach des Enfants de Marie. 1881-82. 
Ann. 3-4. Paris [1880-81]. 32'. N. 

Alm a n a ch des Enfants de la premiere Commu- 
nion. 1894. Ann. I. Paris [1893]. 12°. N. 

A lm a n ach de la Famille chr^tienne. See 
Grand Almanach de la Famille chnftienne. 

A lm a n ach illustr^ de la premiere Communion 
et de la Perseverance. 1880-86, 1889-92, 1895. 
/'flnj [1879-94]. i6'. N. 

Alman ach illustr^ de Saint- Franfois-de-Sales. 
1888. Lyon [1887]. I6^ N. 

Almanach illustr^ du Rosies de Marie. 1 88 1- 
84, 1887. 1896-97. Paris [1880-96]. 16°. N. 

Almanach illustr^ de Terre sainte. Public 
sous la direction de L. B. 1884-85. Paris [1883- 
84]. 12". N. 

Almanach de la jeune Fille chr^tienne. 1 890- 
91,1893-94,1896. Zi7/f [1889-95]. 4°. N. 

Almanach- journal de T^cole et du convent, par 
F. A. Baillarge. Annuel. (1888.) A?/fV//f [1887]. 
16". N. 

Almanach des Missions. 1885-88, 1890-91, 
1803-95. Ann. i-[4, 6-7, 9-11]. Paris [1884- 
94J. 4'. N. 

Almanach de Notre-Dame du Perp^tuel 
Secours. 1896, 1898. Ann. 2, 4. Paris [1895- 
97]. i6'. N. 

Almanach protestant. 1881-86. Paris 
[1880-85]. i6'. N. 

A lm a n ac h de la Reparation. 1881-84. Ann. 
2-5. Saint'DiMier [1880-83]. 8', i6'. N. 

Almanach du Rosaire. 1888. Ann. 14. 
Paris [1887]. 32'. N. 

Almanach du Sacre-coeur du Jesus. 1880-85. 
Ann. 2-3. Paris [1879-84]. 16". N. 

Almanach des Saints- coeurs de J^sus et de 
Marie. 1886-98. /'art/ [1885-97]. 16**. N. 

Almanach des soci^t^s Saint-Jean-Baptiste 
du Canada et des £tats-Unis. 1884. Montreal, 
1883. I6^ N. 

Alton Presbytery Reporter. Ed. by A. T. 
Norton, May, 1845-Mar., 1851. Alton, JIL, 
1845-51. 8". U 

Continued as Presbytery Reporter. 

American Baptist, v. 25-26. Louisville, 
Ky,, 1903. r. N. 


American Baptist Flag. v. 26, no. 1-13, 
15-35. 37-48, 50; V. 27, no. 1-44. 48-50; V. 28, 
no. 2, 6-11, 14-17, 19-23. 25-28, 30-50; V. 29. 
no. 1-50. FultoHy Ky,, 1900-1903. f. N. 


American Baptist Home Mission Society. 
See Baptist Home Mission Monthly. 

American Baptist Magazine and Missionary 
Intelligencer. new ser. v. 1-15. Boston, 
1817-35. 8'. N., U. 

Coatinoed as Oaptlet Miasionary Magazine. 

American Baptist Publication Society. See 
Baptist Teacher. 

American Baptist Missionary Union, Boston. 
Hand-book. See Handbook, etc. 

American Baptist Register for 1852. J. L. 
Burrows, editor. Philadelphia, 1853. 8*. N. 

American Baptist Yearbook. 1870, 1891-92, 
1898-1904. Philadelphia, 1870-19O4. 8*. N. 

1870-72, '76, 1901-03. U. 

American Bible Union. Documentary his- 
tory: consisting of a reprint of its constitution. . . 
quarterly papers. . .etc., in the form of the Bible 
Union Quarterly, v. 1-4. (1857-66.) New York, 
1857-67. 8'. N. 

American Bible Union Reporter. See Bible 
Union Reporter. 

American Biblical Repository. v. 1-12; 
2. ser., V. 1-12; 3. ser., v. 1-6. New York, etc, 
1829-50. 8°. U. 

V. 1-12; 2. ser., V. 1-12; 3. ser., v. 1-4, 

V. 6, no. 2. 1829-50. N. 

V. 1-12; 2. sen, V. 1-12; 3. ser., v. 2, 4, 5. G. 

Title varies: Biblical Repository, Andover, Mass., 4 v., 
1831-4; Biblical Repository and Quarterly Observer, v. 5-8, 
Andover and Boston, 1835-36; Americ§n Biblical Repository, 
V. 0-3^ New York and Boston, 1837-44; Biblical Repository 
ana Classical Review, v. 25-30, 1845-50. 

Incorporated with Bibliotheca Sacra in 185a. 

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign 
Missions. Envelope series (a quarterly), v. i, 
no. 1-3; V. 2, no. 2-4; V. 3, no. 1-4; v. 4, no. i, 
3-4; V. 5, no. 1-4; V. 6, no. 1-2, 4; v. 7, no. 1-2. 

Boston, 1898-1904. nar. 16' 
V. 6, no. 3, was not published. 

Missionary papers. 

Boston, 1833-1835. nar. 12* 

Missionary Herald. 



nos. 2-11, 14-16. 


See Missionary 



Ameriemn Catholic Historical Researches. 
Vol. i«i3»4, 2-3, 4«-a, 5-date. Philadelphia (at 
first Pittsburgh). 1884-date. 8". N. 

Vol. I reads *' Historical Researches in Western Pennsyl- 
Tania, principally Catholic^' Published in PitUburgb. 

Vol 2-3«-a reads '' Catholic Hist. Researches." Published 
in Pittsburg. 

American Catholic Historical Society of Phila- 
phia. Records, v. i-date. [Philadelphia,'] 1887- 
date. 8°. N. 


Ameriean Catholic Quarterly Review. v. 
i-date. General index, v. 1-25. Philadelphia, 
1876-datc. 8% N.. U. 


American Christian Expositor, designed to 
promote the influence of sound principles and social 
order, v. i, nos. i-ii. (May, 1831-Mar., 1832.) 
New York, 1 831-32. 8\ U. 

American Church almanac and year book. 
T. 1-74. (1830-1904.) New York, 1 830-1 904. 
12'. G. 

1835, 1838, 1840, no. [21. 24. 29-35, 37.] 

55. 57. 59-61, 63-64'. 65, 67-69, 72, 74. (1851. 
'54. '59-65, '67-85. '87, '89. '91, '93-94. '98-99. 
1902, 1904.) New York, 1 834-1903. 12**. N. 

1842-43, 1858-59. 1861-62, 1866, 1870, 

1873. 1876. U. 

1830-40, Churchman's almanac; 1841-1893, Church almanac. 

American Church Missionary Society. See 
Re^^ster of the American Church Missionary 

American Church Monthly, ed. by H. N. 
Hudson and others, v. 1-3. New York, 1857-58. 
8% N., G. 

Socoesaor to True Catholic. 

American Church Review. See Church Re- 
view and Ecclesiastical Register. 

American Church Sunday School Magazine. 
The official organ of the American Church Sunday- 
School Institute, v. 21, no. 2-6; v. 23, no. t, 3-6; 
V. 22, 24-27; V. 28, no. 2-5; V. 29, no. 2-6; v. 30- 
date. Philadelphia, 1898-date. 8'. N. 

V. 19-date (1897-date). G. 


American Congregational Union. See 
Church Building Quarterly. 

American Congregational Year Book. v. 1-6. 
1S54-59. AVw York^ 1854-59. 8°. N., U. 

American Ecclesiastical and Educational Al- 
manac, edited by Alex. J. Schem. 1 868-1 869. 
New York, 1868-9. "•. U. 

1868. N. 

American Ecclesiastical Review. A monthly 

publication for the clergy, v. i6-date. New 

York, 1897-date. 8°. N. 

Current, v. 16, no. z^ is lacking. From Mar., 1901, has 
supplementary number with title: Dolphin. 

American Ecclesiastical year-book, by Alex. 
J. Schem. no. i (1859). -^^^w York, 1859. 12*. 

American and Foreign Christian Union. See 
Christian Worid. 

American Herald. A weekly newspaper and 
review, v. 31; v. 32, no. 1-6. 8, 10, 26; v. 33, 
no. 1-15. New York, 1900-1901. 8*. N. 

American Home Missionary Society. Home 
Missionary. See Home Missionary. 

American (The) Illustrated Methodist Maga- 
zine, v. 4-7. St, Louis, 1900-1902. 8". N. 

American Institute of Christian Philosophy. 
See Journal of Christian Philosophy. 

American Journal of Semitic Languages and 

Literature (continuing " Hebraica "). vol. 12-date. 

(i-date.) Chicago, 1895-date. 8'. N., U., G. 

Current. Quarterly. The file, under this title, be^ns with 
V. 12, the last volume of *' Hebraica" being 11. 

American Journal of Theology, edited by the 
Divinity Faculty of the University of Chicago. 
V. I-date. (1897-date.) Chicago, 1897-date. 8*. 

Current. N., G., U. 

American (The) McAll record. v. 1-2 1. 
P hiladelphia, 1883-1903.] 8' and I2^ N. 

American Medical Missionary. Year, 5-6. 

(1900-1901.) Guanajuato, Mexico, 1900-1901. 8°. 

Imperfect. N. 

American Messenger, v. 22, no. 2-3, 11; 
V. 30, no. 2; V. 31. no. 4; v. 33, no. 2, 5; v. 34, 
no. 6. 10; V. 36. no. 5-6, lO; v. 37, no. 1, 5, lo-ii; 
V. 38, no. 1-4, 6, 9-10; V. 44. no. 7-9; v. 55, no. 4; 
V. 56, no. 6; v. 57. no. 10, 12; v. 58-61. New 

K^/t [18641-1903. r. N. 

Monthly. Undenominational. 

American Missionary. Published by the 
American Missionary Association, v. i-date. New 
York, 1847-date. 8'. U. 

Current. A few numbers lacking. 

V. 7-9; V. 10, no. 1-3; V. 12-14, 16-17, 20^ 

[3i]-34, 36-date. New York, 1863-date. 8". N. 


American Missionary Register. . .with the pro- 
ceedings at large of the United Foreign Missionary 
Society. By Z. Lewis, v. i. New York, 1821. 
8'. N. 

1820-25. U. 

American National Preacher. See National 


American Presbyterian Almanac. 1863-66. 
Philadelphia, 1863-66. 12'. N. 

1854-67. U. 

American Presbyterian Review, v. 1-4; n. s. 

V. 1-6; n.s. ft. e, 3. ser.] v. 1-3. New York, 

1859-1871. 8*. N. U. 

Former title, American Theological Review. 

American Protestant Almanac. 1841. New 
York, 1 841. 8'. N. 

American Protestant, v. 20-22. Boston, 

i8go-92. 8**. N. 

Weekly. Imperfect. 

American Protestant Association Quarterly 
Review. See Quarterly Review of the Amer- 
ican Protestant Association. 

American Protestant Magazine; under direc- 
tion of the Executive Committee of the American 
Protestant Society, v. 1-5. AVwKpri, 184 5- 1849. 
8'. N., U. 

Tide of monthly issues is Ameriean Protestant. 

American Pulpit, ed. Raffensperger. v. I'-s 
Oan.-July, 1878). Philadelphia, 1878. U. 

American Quarterly Church Review. Set 
Church Review and Ecclesiastical Register. 



American Quarterly Observer. July, 1833- 
Oct., 1834. Boston, 1833-34. 8°. U. 

V. 1-3. 1833-34. N. 

183s consolidated with Biblical Repository, which see. 

Ameriean Sunday-School Majj^azine. Pub- 
lished for the benefit of the American Sunday-School 
Union, v. t, 2, 5 (1824, '25, '28). Philadelphia, 
1824-28. 8\ U. 

V. I. (July, 1824.) Philadelphia, 1824. 8°. 


American (The) Sunday School Teachers* 
Magazine and Journal of Education, v. i (1823-24). 
New York, 1324. %\ N. 

American Sunday-School Worker for parents 
and teachers. 1870-75. St Louis, iS^jo-TS- 8vo. U. 
V. 7, no. 11; V. 8, no. 3. 1876-77. N. 

American Theological Review. See Amer- 
ican Presbyterian Review. 

American Tract Magazine, v. 2, no. 2, 4, 7, 
12; V. 3, no. i; V. 4-1 1 ; v. 12, no. 2, 4. New York, 
1826-37. 12°. N. 

American Tract Society's Almanac for the years 
1861-63. Boston, 1861-63. 12"*. N. 

1872. U. 

American Christian Association. Monthly 
Journal. .S^^ Monthly Journal of the American 
Unitarian Association, 

American Christian Association. Quarterly 
Journal. See Quarterly Journal of the American 
Unitarian Association. 

Amerikanski Pravoslavny Vyestnik. Russian 
Orthodox American Messenger, v. 3-date. (1899- 
date.) New York, 1899-date. 4°. N. 


Ami (L*) de la religion: Journal ecclesiastique, 
politique et litt^raire. 1814-54. 166 v. Paris, 
1814-54. 8'. N. 

Amoenitates Historiae ecclesiastical et literariae. 
Jo. Geo. Schelhomii. 1737-38. Franco/, ^ Lpz., 

1737-38. 8^ U. 

Analeeta Bollandiana. v. i-date. Bruxelles, 
1882-date. 8'. N.,G. 

Analekten for das Studium der exegetischen 
und systematischen Theologie: hrsg. von Carl A. 
G Keil und Heinr. G. Tzschirner. v. ix-3, 2'. 
Leipzig, 1812-14. 8". U. 

Anales de la propagaci6n de la f^. Com pi la. 
ci6n periodica de las cartas de los obispos y de los 
misioneros de las misiones de ambos mundos y de 
todos los documentos relativos a los misiones y 4 la 
obra de la propagacion de la fe. v. 68-69. ^ ^* 
Lyon, 1896-^7. 12°. N. 

Anales de la Propagaci6n de la fd . . . Colecci6n 
que es la continuaci6n de las Cartas edifiantes. v. 
68-69. Lyon, 1896-97. 12". N. 

Andover Review. A religious and theological 
monthly. Editors, E. C. Smyth, W. J. Tucker, 
J. W. Churchill, G. Harris, E. Y. Hincks. v. 1-19. 
(1884-93.) Boston, 1884-93. 8°. N., U. 


Andover Theological Seminary. Bulletin. 
See Bulletin of the Andover Theological Semi- 

Aneedota Maredsolana. Edidit D. Germanus 
Morin. v. 1-3 «-3. Maredsoli, 1893-97. 8'. N., U. 

Anf^lican Church Chronicle, v. 20-21. Hono- 
lulu, 1901-02. 4*. N. 

Annalen der Verbreitung des Glaubens. Eine 
periodische Sammlung von Briefen der BischOfc 
und MissionSre aus den verschiedenen Missionen 
beider Weltteile und aller sowohl auf die Missionen 
als auch auf das Werk der Verbreitung des Glaubens 
bezQglichen Urkunden. Aus dem FranzOsischen 
abersetzt. 1840. no. 35-36; v. 69-70 (1897-98). 
Strassburg, 1840-98. 12*. N. 

Annales de I'association de la propagation de 
la foi. See Ann ales de la propagation de la foi. 

Annales de bibliographie th^ologique. Ann^e 

3. no. 3, 5; Annce 6-date (1890, *98^ate). Paris, 
1890-date. 8*'. N. 


Annales du Musee Guimet. See Reime de 
I'Histoire des Religions. 

Annales de philosophic chretienne. v. 1-97. 
Paris, 1830-80. 8*. N., U. (partial). 

Annales de la premiere communion, n. s., i. 
annee. 1883-84. G. 

Annales de la propagation de la foi. Recueil 
p^riodique des lettres des ^veques et des mission- 
naires des missions des deux mondes et de tons les 
documents relatifs aux missions et i I'oeuvre de la 
propagation de la foi. Collection faisant suite aux 
Lettres edifiantes. v. i-date. Lyon, 1826-date. 
8^ N., G. 

Current, v. 3-6 have title : Annates de PAssodation de la 
propagation de la foi. v. i of the N. Y. P. L. set is a reprint 
made in 1853. 

The "<£uvre de la Propagation de la foi " ^las formed at 
Lyons in 182a to support Catholic foreign missions by small 
weekly collections. Its Annals are published in French, 
German, Italian, Flemish, Portuguese, English, Spanish; 
copies of the French, German, Italian, Spanish. English 
issues are entered here under Annalen, Annali, Anales, etc 

Annali della propagazione della fede. . . Con- 

tinuazione delle Lettre edifianti. no. i, fasc. 1-2, 

28 (1832); V. 12, no. 68 (1840); V. 68-69 (1896-97). 

Lione, 1832-97. 8°. N. 

Continuation of Annali dell* .Associazione della propagazione 
della fede, pub. in Rome. 

Annali dell' Associazione della propagazione 
della fede. See Annali della propagazione della 

Annals of the New Church. Compiled by C. 
T. Odhner. v. i. Index v. i. Philadelphia, 1898- 
1904. 8". N. 

Annals of the Propagation of the Faith, v. 1-3, 
58-60(1839-41,95-97). Dublin, iS3g^T. 12°. N. 

v. 1-25 (1838-64). London, 1838-64. G. 

v. 4-9 (1843-48). London, 1843-48. U. 

V. 1-3 pub. in London. 

V. 65 (Jan. -Feb., 1902); v. 66-date (1903- 

date). Baltimore, 1902-date. 8*. N. 

The English edition was first issued in January, 1838. 

Ann a l s of a Western Missionary. Edited by 

C. C. Townsend. v. 1-4. New York, 1864-67. 

i6'. N. 


Annuaire de Ville-Marie, origine, utility et 
progr^ des institutions catholiques de Montreal. 
Ann«fe i (1863). Montreal, 1864. 12*. N. 




litterse Societatis Jesa, 1584, 161 2-14. 
Roma, 1586-1619. 16°. N. 

1613-14 title reads: Litters Societatis Jesu. 1612-14 pub. 

Annual (The) Register of the Baptist Denomi- 
oation in North America, to Nov. i, 1790,... by 
John Aspland. Southampton Co , Ka.,1791. 4°. U. 

1794-95 entered under UnlTersml (The) Annual Register, 

Anti-Mormon (The); edited by Lamoni Call. 
V. I, no. 2. Bountiful^ 1899. 12°. N. 

Anti-Polyf^amy Standard, v. 1-3. Salt Lake 
City, 1880-83. i\ N. 

Anuario (El) MetodisU, 1881. Mexico, 1881. 


Apolofl^ista (O) christfto brazileiro. Anno 11. 
[Rio Janeiro i] 1900. f. N. 

Archbishop's mission to the Assyrian Chris- 
tians. Quarterly papers, no. 1-57 (i 890-1904). G. 

Archdeaconry of New York. Mission news. 
See Mission News. 

Archief yoorkerkelijke geschiedenis, inzonder- 
heid van Nederland. v. i-ii (1829-40). Leiden, 
1829-40. 8". N. 

Continued as Ifederlandseli archief voor kerkeUjke 

Archief voor kerkelijke en wereldsche gt- 
schiedenissen inzonderheid van Utrecht, v. 1-7, 
Utrecht, 1839-48. 4°. N. 

Continued as Arrlllef voor kerkeUjke en wereldlijke 
geschiedenis van Nederland, roeer bepaaldelijk van Utrecht. 

Archief voor kerkelijke en wereldlijke ge- 
schiedenis van Nederland, roeer l>epaaldelijk van 
Utrecht. (Als verf olg op het Archief voor kerkelijke 
en wereldsche geschiedenissen.) v. 1-3. Utrecht, 
1850-53. 8'. N. 

Continuation of Arcblef voor kerkelijke en wereldsche 
geschiedenissen inzonderheid van Utrecht. 

Archief voor nederlandsche kerkgeschiedenis, 
onder redactie van J. G. R. Acquoy, H. C. Rogge 
en Aem. Wybrands. 1-5 deel. s-Gravenha^e, iSSs- 

95. 8^ N. 

With ▼. 3 Wybrands dropped. 

Archiv far Alte und Neue Kirchengeschichte. 
Hrsg. von Carl Fr. St&udlin und Heinr. G. 
Tischirncr. v. i, no. 1-2; v. 2, no. i. Leipzig", 
1813-14. 8". U. 

V. 1-5 (1813-22). G. 

Archiv fUr das Katholische Kirchen- und 
Schulwesen, vorzUglich in den rheinischen Bundes- 
staaten. v. 1-3 (1809-15). Frankfurt a. Main, 
1810-15. 8'. U. 

Ardiiv for Kirchen- und Schulwesen, vorzQg- 
lich for Prediger und Seelsorger. Hrsg. von Dr. 
Bonav. Andres, 1804. WUrtburg, 1804. 8°. U. 

Ardiiv for die Pastoral- Konferenzen in den 
Landkapiteln des Bisthums Konstanz. 1805- 
l8i2«>, i8i2«a-*l5«f 3-9, 1822^". Meersburg and 
Freiburg, 1805-1822. 8". U. 

Archiv fur Religionswissenschaf t . . herausge- 

geben von Ths. Achelis. v. i-date. Freiburg i B, , 

1898-date. 8*. N. 


ArchiT ftlr die schweizerische Reformations- 
gescfaichte. Hrsg. auf Veranstaltung des schweizer- 
bchen Piusvcreins. v. 1-3. Solothurn, 1 868-1 876. 
8\ U. 

Archiv far die Theologie und ihre neueste 
Literatur. Hrsg. von Dr. Ernst G. Bengel, 181 5- 
20. Tubingen, 1815-20. 8'. U. 

Arkansas Baptist, v. 19, no. 11; v. 20; v. 21, 

no. 1-6, 8; V. 22, no. 1-6, 8, 10-50; v. 23, no. 1-7, 

9-26. Little Rock, 1 899-1903. f*. N. 


Arkansas Methodist (The), v. 19, no. 2-25, 
30-52; V. 20(1900-1901). Little Rock, 1900-1901. 

r. N. 


Arminian Magazine, consisting of extracts 
and original treatises on Universal redemption, 
first published by John Wesley, v. 7, 9, 17-19 
(1784, *86, '94-96). London, 1784-96. 8". U. 

V. 14 (1791). G. 

Continued as llIethodlBt Magazine, and later as 
Wesleyan Methodist Magazine. 

Arroir (The); issued monthly by the Sons of St. 
Sebastian, v. 5, no. 6-12; v. 6-7; v. 8, no. i, 3. 
New York, 1 896-99. 4". N. 

Assembly Herald (The). Published monthly 
by order of the General Assembly of the Presby- 
terian Church in the U, S. v. i-date (1899-date); 
V. 4, no. 1-2, 6. Philadelphia and New York, 

1899-datc. 8°. U. 


V. 4, no. 1-2, 6 (Jan.-Feb., June, 1901). 

Philadelphia and New York, 1901. 8". N. 

Continuation of CllQrcIl at Home and Abroad. 
Associate (The) Presbyterian Magazine, de- 
signed to promote the knowledge and influence of 
evangelical truth and order, according to the prin- 
ciples of the reformation, exhibited in the West- 
minster confession of faith and the testimony of 
the associate church. Rev. P. Bullions, D.D., 
editor, v. i. Albany, 1838-39. 8". N. 

Associate Reformed Presbyterian, v. 43, 
no. I, 3-4, 7-9, 11-13, i5-«7. 19-21. 24-25, 30, 
33-37. 41. 43-50; V. 44, no. i, 5-46. 48-50; v. 45. 
no. 2, 4-8, 10-35, 37-45. 47. 49- L>uelVest, S. C, 
1901-03. f**. J N. 

Association Men. v. 4, no. 3; v. 5-22; v. 23, 
no. 1-42; V. 24-28. New York, 1 879-1903. f°. 

4% 8' 


V. 4-15 have title The Wat«*hman9 pub. in Chicago. 
V. i6-22, no. 18, have title YoQiMC Men's Era. 

Association de la propagation de la foi. See 
Annates de la propagation de la foi. 

Assosiasione della propagazione della fede. 
See Annali della Assoziazione della propagazione 
della fede. 

Aof^stana (The) Journal. [Edited by] G. 
A. Brandelle. v. 8-v. 9, no. 2-22, 24; v. 10, no. 
1-5. 7-24; V. II, no. i-ii, 13-24. Rock Island, 
III., 1900-IQ03. f. N. 


Aug^stana Tract Society. Luther-Kalender, 
1883. Rock Island, III., 1SS3. 4^ N. 

Auburn Seminary Review. A journal pub- 
lished monthly during the Seminary year, devoted 
to the discussion of the practical questions of the 
Seminary and of the church, vol. i-date. Auburn, 
N Y, 1897-date. 8'. U. 

Current. At first published bi-monthly. 

Auserlesene Theologische Bibliothek. [Ed. by 

Joh. Chr. Doederlein.] 4 v. Leipzig, 1780-92, 8 . 

Continuation of Neae Theologische Bibliothek. U. 



Ave Maria* A joarnal devoted to the honor 
of the Blessed Virgin, v. 19-20; v. 27, no. 20-21. 
Notre Dame ^ Indiana^ 1883-93. 4**. N. 

Baltimore Christian Advocate. [Edited by] 
S. K. Cox. V. 34, no. 31-52; V. 35, no. 1-39; 
V. 36, no. 7. 1 1-5 1. Baltimore^ igoo-i<^i. f*. N. 


Baltimore (The) Literary and Religious Mag- 
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Baltimore (The) Methodist. [Weekly.] [EdU 
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/m^^r^ [-^(t/.], 1900- 1901. £*. N. 

Bandera (La) Christiana. Ton[io3, 4. Mexico^ 
1900-1901. r. N. 


of the Church, v. 1-2. 1831-2. i v. G. 

of the Cross, v. 1-14, 15-22. (1839- 
52, 1854-61.) 19 vol. G. 

Discontinued during 185^ and replaced by The lSL%^%XeT 
q. V. Publication resumedin 1854. Permanently discontinued 
in 1861. 

Baptist (The), v. 3, no. 3-17, 19-48; v. 4. 
no. 23-26, 28-58; V. 5, no. 1-5, 7-25. Jackson^ 
Miss,t 1900-1903. f*. N. 

Baptist Almanac and Annual Register. See 
Almanac and Baptist Register. 

Baptist Annual Register for 1790-1802, in- 
cluding sketches of the state of religion among dif- 
ferent denominations of good men at home and 
abroad, [edited] by J. Rippon. 4 v. London ^ 
1794-1803. 8°. N. 

Baptist (The) Argus, v. 4, no. 1-19, 21-52; 
V. 5, no. 1-37, 39, 41-53; V. 6-7. Louisville^ Ky., 
1900-1903. 8**. N. 

Baptist Commonwealth: a national denomina- 
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V. 12, no. 1-35; V. 13-v. 17, no. 1-18. Philadel- 
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Baptist (The) Courier, v. 31, no. 1-13, 22- 
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23-25. 27-38; V. 35, no. ^10, 12-14, 43. 52; v. 
36, no. 1-3 1, 34-39. 41-44. Greenville, S. C, 
1900-1903. f". N. 


Baptist Evangel and Prohibition Tocsin, v. i, 
no. 2, 5, II. Mammoth Springs Ark,, 1901-02. 
f". N. 

Baptist hand book; published under the di 
rection of the council of the Baptist Union of 
Great Britain and Ireland. 1896-1903. London, 
1895-1902. 8°. N. 

1876-77, 1879, 1880, 1883. U. 

Baptist (The) Home Mission Monthly. Pub- 
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Society, v. 1-24 (1878-1902). New York \\^1%- 
1902J. 4''. N. 

1-18 (incomplete). U. 

Baptist (The) Magazine, v. 1-55 (1809-1863). 
London, 1809-63. 8**. N. 

Baptist Memorial and Monthly Chronicle. 

v. I, no. 10; V. 2-4, 7-9. 5 V. New York, 1842- 

49. 8°. N. 

V. 8, 9 incomplete. 

V. 1-2. U. 

bptist Memorial and Monthly Record. See 
Baptist Memorial and Monthly Chronicle. 

Baptist Missionary Magazine and Missionary 
Intelligencer v. 16-73 (incomplete). Boston^ 1836- 

93. 8^ N. 

V. 18-76 (1896) incomplete. U. 

Continuation of American Baptist Magazine, v. 1-15* 

Baptist (The) Preacher, v. 1, no. 4, 8; v. 2, 

no. 2; V. 3, no. 3. Boston, 1828-29. 8'. N. 

Baptist (The) Preacher, original monthly. 
Rev. H. Keeling, ed. v. i-[6, 11-] 15. Rich- 
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V. i-a have title: The Virginia Baptist Preacher. 

Baptist (The) Preachers Union, v. 5, no. 12- 
14, i6h^17, 19-22, 25-26; V. 6, no. 1-6; v. 7, no. 
22, 24-26, 30; V. 8, no. 7-8. Greenville, Miss,, 
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Baptist Quarterly, v. 1-12 (Jan., i867-C)ct., 
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v. 2, no. 2 (Apr., 1868). N. 

Baptist Quarterly Review, v. 8-14 (1886-92). 
New York, 1886-92. 8^ U. 

V. I, no. I ; v. 5, no. 17; v. 7, no. 27; v. 10- 

14 (1879-92). N. 

Continuation of Baptist Review (Cincinnati). 

Baptist and Reflector, v. 61, n. s. v. 11, no. 
2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 17-54; V. 62, n. s. V. 12, no. 
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Baptist Reporter and Missionary Intelligencer. 

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8'. U. 

From 1857 under the title of Brltisli Baptist Reporter. 

Baptist Review, v. 1-7 (1879-85). Cincin- 
nati, 1879-85. 8°. U. 
Continued as: Haptlst Quarterly Review. 
Baptist (The) Review, no. 15 (1882). »./., 

1882. 8'. N. 

Baptist (The) Standard, v. 12-14. Dallas, 
Texas, 1900-1902. f*. N. 

Weekly. Incomplete. 

Baptist (The) Teacher, v. 2-4, 6-7; v. 11, 

no. 4; V. 12-14; V. 15, no. 3; v. 16, no. 9, 12; v. 

18. no. I, 3-5; v. 29, no. 12. Philadelphia^ 1871- 

88. f^ N. 


Baptist (The) Times and Freeman, v. 46, no. 
2386, 2387; V. 47, no. 2395i 2419-20; V. 48, no. 
2455, 2464, 2475, 2482, 2487; V. 49, no. 2503, 2509, 
2542. London, 1900-03. f*. N. 

Baptist (The) Union, v. 10-13. Chicago, 
1900-1903. 4*. N. 


Battersby's Register for the Catholic World; 
or, the complete Catholic directory, almanac, and 
registry. . . Compiled by W. J. Battersby. 1846. 
1853-54. Dublin, 1846-54. l2^ N. 

Beitraef^e zur bayerischen Kirchengeschichte, 
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1897-98. 8°. N. 

Beitraf^e zur FOrderung christlicher Theolo- 

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Beitrftf^ zur Geschichte der evaogelischen 
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Gotka, Berlin, 1857-98. 8'. N. 

Beitr&f^ezur Israelitischen und judischen reli- 
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2 pts. G. 

Beitr&f^ zur sichiscben Kircbengescbichte. 
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Beltraei^ zu den theologischen Wissenschaf- 
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2 ▼. Hamburg, 1832. 8'. U. 

Beitr&§fe zur Verbessening des Kirchen- und 
Schulwesens in protestantischen L&ndern. v. 2. 
Altona^i-jKfi, 8 . U. 

Bel^que (La) eccl^siastique ; annuaire du 
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24'. N. 

Beweis des Glaubens. Monatschrift fOr Be- 
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Cater sloh, 1865-date. 8°. U. 


Bibelfrennd. Eine belehrende Zeitschrift in 
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Hildburghausen, 1825-26. 8". U. 

Bible Magazine and Theological Review. 
V. 1-3. London, 1815-17. 8*. N. 

Bible (The) Reader and Sunday Magazine. 

V. 10; V. 12, no. 1-6. Richmond, Va„ 1900-1901. 

S*. N. 


Bible Review, v. i, no. 1-4 (v. 15 of the Eso- 
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Bible (The) Society Gleanings, pub. by the 
British and Foreign Bible Society. 1864-74, '77, 
84; n. s. 1889-94, '96-98, 1900-1902. London, 
1864-1902. 12". N. 

1884, 96-g8 incomplete. 

Bible Society Monthly Reporter, new ser. 
T892-date. London^ 1892-date. 4**. N. 


Bible Society Record, v. i-date. New York, 
1856-date. 4% 8^ N., U. 


Bible Teacher, ed. by Robert Stewart, R. J. 
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Bible Treasury, no. 303, 323, 324, 334. {Lon- 
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Bible (The) Union Quarterly. Published by 

the American Bible Union. No. 55, 57. New 

York, 1866-1867^ 8°. N. 

no. 31, 34, 36, 39. NewYork, 1858-1860. 

8^ U. 

Continuation of Bible Union Reporter. 
StetUso American Bible Union.— Documentary history. 

Bible Union Reporter, v. 4, 5(1854-55). New 

York, 1854-55. 8°. U. 

Aug. 1854, Oct. 1855-June, 1856. N. 

Continned as Bible Union Quarterly. 

Biblia. A monthly journal devoted to biblical 

archaeology and oriental research, v. 4-date (1891- 

date). Meriden, Conn,, 1892-date. 8*. N.,U.,G. 

Biblical cabinet; or, Hermeneutical, exegetical, 
and philological library. New ser. v. 1-3. Edin* 
burgh, 1844-45. 8". N. 

V. 1-6. 1832-38. U. 

Biblical Recorder, v. 65, no 26-51; t. 66; 
V. 68, no. 10-51;^ v. 69, no. 1-5. Raleigh, N, C, 
1900-1903. f*. N. 


Biblical Repertory. A collection of tracts in 
biblical literature, [edited] by C. Hodge, v. 1-4 
(i826-[29]); new ser. v. 1-43 (1829-71). 46 v. 
New York, Philadelphia, 1827-71. 8\ N., U. 

v. I (1825). G. 

n. s. V. 3-8 have title : Biblical Repertory and Theolo^cal 

Review, conducted by an association of gentlemen in Pnnce> 
ton. V. 9-43 have title: Biblical Repertory and Princeton Re- 
view. V. 38-40 edited by C. Hodge; v. 41-43 by Hodge and 
L. H. Atwater. Continued as: Presbytertan Quarterly 
and Princeton Review. 

Biblical Repository and Classical Review. 
,See American Biblical Repository. 

Biblical World. Continuing The Old and New 
Testament Student. Ed. by W. R. Harper. New 
ser. v. 1-7 ; v. 8, no. 3; v. 10, no. i ; v. ii-date. 
Chicago, 1893-date. 8'. N. 

V. i-date (1893-date). 

U., G. 


Biblio^^raphie der theologischen Litteratur 
. . .Hrsg. von G. KrUger. 1900, 1901 >-3. Berlin, 
1900-1902. 8*. N. 

Sonder-Abdruck aus dem 9o.-3x. Bd. des Theologischen 

Bibliotheca Historico-philologico-theologica. 

Bremct, 18 19-25. 8*. U. 

Continued as JHaseani Historico-Philologico-Theologica. 

Bibliotheca Sacra and Theological Review, 
conducted by B. B. Edwards and A. E. Park. v. i- 
date. Index, 1-31. Andover, Oberlin, 1844-date. 

8°. N., U. 


With v. 8 united with American Biblical Repository, 
title being BlblloClieca Sacra and American Biblical Re- 
pository ; ** American *' dropped before "^ Biblical " in v. 15- 
30; with V. az no sub-title; v. 38-33, Blbllotlieca Sacra 
and Theological Eclectic; 34-51 no ftub>title; 52-5^ Hlbllo* 
tbeoa Sacra, a religious and sociol<Mpcal quarterly. 

V. 0-27 edited by Park and S. H. Taylor* v. 38-33 hy Park 
and George E. Day; v. 34-36 Archibald Duff addedas editor; 
V. 37-40 by Park; v. 41-43 by G. Frederick Wright, J udson 
Smith, and W. G. Ballantine; 43-48 by Wright, Baliantine, 
and Frank H. Foster; v. 49, Wright and Foster; v. 50, Wright; 
V. 51-55, Wright and Z. Swiff Holbrook. From v. 41 pub- 
lished at Oberiiii, Ohio. 

Bibliotheca Sacra, or tracts and essays on 
topics connected with Bibh'cal literature and theo- 
logy. Edward Robinson, editor, i v. NewYork, 
1843. %\ U. 

Bibliotheca theologica oder viertelj&hrliche 
systematisch geordnete Uebersicht aller auf dem 
Gebiete der (wissenschaftlichen) evangelischen 
Theologie in Deutschland und dem Auslande neu 
erschienenen Schriften und wichtigeren Zeitschrif- 
ten-Aufsatze. v. 6-43 (1853-90) ; v. 49«-5o>-4 
(1896-1898). Gottingen, 1853-98. 8'. N. 

1848-97. U. 

Bibliothek von Anzeigen und AuszUgen kleiner 
meist akademischer Schriften, theologischen, philo- 
sophischen, . . . Inhaltes. Hrsg. von Prof. Paulus. 
V. I, no. 2. Jena, 1790. 8°. U. 



Biblisohe Studien von Geistlichen des KOdis:- 
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Dresden^ and Leipzig^ 1842. 8**. U. 

Bijdraf^eii voor de geschiedenis van het bisdom 
van Haarlem, v. i-26x-<». Haarlem, 1873-1901. 

8'. N. 

BlUtter fttr freies religi^ses Leben. Hrsg. von 
F. Schanemann-Pott. Jahrg. 13, no. 7-12; 14, no. 
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Blaetter der Heilung. . .Redigirt von T. A. 
Dowie. Jahrg. i-date. Chicago, 1899-datc. f . N. 

Boston Investigator. Devoted to the develop- 
ment and promotion of universal mental liberty. 
V. 36, no. 14-52; V. 37-V.38; V. 39, no. 1-35; v. 47, 
no. 27-28. Boston, 1866-78. f. N. 

Boston Presbyter, v. 1-3. Boston, 1901-03. 

r. N. 


Boston Pulpit, ed. Raffensperger. Monthly. 
V. I, no. I, 2 (May, June, 1872). Boston, 1872. 8'. 


Boston Recorder and Religious Telegraph, v. 
13, no. 1-16, 18-41, 43-52; V. 20, no. 1-17, 20-51. 
Boston, 1828-35. f**. N. 

Boston Review, devoted to theology and litera- 
ture. V. 1-6. Boston, 1861-66. 8°. N., U. 
CoDtinued as: ConcreKailonal Review. 

Brahmavadin (The): a fortnightly religious 

and philosophical Journal, v. 3-date. Madras, 

1898-date. 8". N. 


Brethren Evangelist, v. 22, no. 1-28, 30-33, 

35-50; V. 23. no. I, 3-25, 28-38, 40-50; V. 24, no. 

2-4, 6-39, 41-50; V. 25, no. 1-3, 5-26, 29-34, 36- 

47. 49-50. Ashland, 0., 1900-1903, f. N. 


Briefe Uber die Bibel im Volkston. Sine 
Wochenschrift von einem Prediger auf dem Lande. 
5 V. J/alle, 1782-83. 8% U. 

British Baptist Reporter. See Baptist Re- 

British Critic, v. 1-42; 2. ser., v, 1-25; 
[3. ser.] V. 1-3. 70 V. London, 1793-1826. 
8'. N.. U. (partial). 

2. ser., V. 1-2(1814). G. 

Continued as British Critic and Quarterly Theological 

British Critic, Quarterly Theological Review 

and Ecclesiastical Record. v. 1-3 ^ London, 

1827-43. 8°. N.; U., partial; G. 

Continued as BUKllsli Review. 

British and Foreign Evangelical Review. 
V. 1-37. Edinburgh, 1852-1888. 8'. N.. U. 

V. 1-5 have sub-title "and quarterly record of Christian 
literature.'* v. ao-24 edited by J. S. Candlish; v. 30-35 by 
H. S. Paterson; v. 36-37 by J. S. Exell. 

British Magazine and Monthly Register of 
Religious and Ecclesiastical Information, v. 1-36. 
London, 1832-49. 8°. N., U. (partial). 

V. 1-28. (1832-1845.) G. 

British (The) Weekly: a journal of social and 

Christian progress. 1894-date. London, 1894- 

date. f^ U. 


1900-1903. N 


2, no. i-?o. 


Broad Church Pulpit. A semi-monthly publi- 
cation of sermons by eminent clergymen of various 
christian denominations, v. 1, no. 2. New York, 
1859. I2^ U. 

Brooklyn (The) Catholic, v. 
Brooklyn, 1 8 70. f°. 

Brooklyn City Mission and Tract Society. 
See Brooklyn Mission Journal. 

Brooklyn (The) Mission Journal. Published 

by the Brooklyn City Mission and Tract Society. 

Nov. 1866, Nov. 1867, May 1870, Nov. 1871, Nov. 

1874, April 1880, Dec. 1895. May 1897, Dec 1900. 

Dec. 1901. Brooklyn, 1866-1901. 4*. N. 

Formerly called City Mission and Tract Journal; also 
HroolLlyn City Mission and Tract Society journal. 

Brothers of Nazareth, Priory Farm, Ver- 
bank, N. Y. The Nazareth Chronicle. See Na- 
sareth (The) Chronicle. 

Brownson's Quarterly Review. v. 1-3 
(1844-46); new ser., v. 1-6 (1847-52); 3d ser , 
V- 1-3 (1853-55); N. Y. ser., v. 1-4 (1856-59); 3d 
N. Y. ser., v. 1-4 (1860-63); National ser., v i 
(1864). Boston, 1844-55; New York, 1856-64. 
%\ U. 

Buddhist Text Society of India Journal. See 
Journal of the Buddhist Text Society of India. 

Buena (La) Lid. v. 1-7. (1892-1901.) 
Mexico, 1 892-1901. 4*. G. 

V. 7, no. 9-10; V. 8, no. 3-4, 8, ii; v. q, 

no. 8. Mexico, 1901-03. 4°. N. 

Bulletin of the Andover Theological Seminary, 
no. 1-12. Andover, 1882-92. 4°. N., U. 

Bulletin d*archaeologie chr^tienne. See Bul- 
letino di archeologia cristiana. 

Bulletin de la Commission pour Thistoire des 

eglises Wallonnes. v. 1-9. La Haye, 1883-1904. 

8' U. 

" Current. 

. V. 1-5. 1885-92. N. 

Bulletin d'histoire et d'archdologie religieuses 
du diocese de Dijon. See Bulletin d'histoire, de 
litt^rature & d'art religieux de Diocese de Dijon. 

Bulletin d'histoire eccl^siastique et d'archeolo- 
gie religieuse des dioceses de Valence, Gap, Gre- 
noble et Viviers. v. i-date. Supp. 1880-96. 

Romans, 1880-date. 4*. N. 


Bulletin d'histoire, de litterature & d'art re- 
ligieux de Diocese de Dijon, v. 15-date. (1897- 
date.) LHjon, 1897-date. 8*. N. 

Current. In 1899 it cbansred from a bi-monthly to a semi- 
annual issue, changing the title from *' Bulletin d'histoire et 
d^afch^ologie religieuses du Diocese de Dijon." With v. 18 
(1900) it became a monthly paper. 

Bulletin historique et litt^raire de la Societe 
de I'histoire du protestantisme fran9ais. v. i-date. 
Paris, 1853-date. 8\ N., U. 

Current, v. 1-14 have title ''Bulletin de la Soci^t6 de 
Thistoire du protestantisme fran^ais." 

Bulletin de la Societe des livres religieux de 
Toulouse. [no.] 1-4, 6-8. Toulouse, 1867-72. 

8°. . N. 

Bulletin Theologique. Edited by £. de 
Pressense. v. 1-7 (1864-70). Paris, 1864-70. 8". 


The Bulletins for 1861-63 appear as supplements to ReTUe 

Continued as ReTUe Theologique. 



BoUetino di archeologia cristiana. Da G. B . 
de Rossi. 3. sen, v. 1-6 (1876-81), Indice; 4. ser., 
V. 1-6 (1882-89), Indice; 5. ser., v. 1-4 (1890-94). 
Roma, 1876-94. 8*. N. 

ser. 1-5 < 1 867- 1 894). G. 

Continued as NooTO buUetino di arcbeologia cristiana. 
Series 1-3 (in part) called Bulletin d'archeologie chr^tienne. 

Bulirark or ReformatioD Journal, v. i-ri 

(1851-62). Edinburgh, 1852-62. 8'*. 

V. I. (1851.) 

Barmah Baptist Missionary Convention, 
annual report. Rangoon, 1871. 8*. 

Caloutta Christian Observer, v. 1-9. 
cutta, 1832-40. 8**. 

V. 1-28 (1832-59). 








Calcutta Missionary Herald. May, July* 
1840. 3 nos. {Calcutta, 1840.] 8*. N. 

California (The) Christian Advocate. [Edited 
by] F. D. Bovard. v. 50-51. San Francisco, 
1900-1901. 8*. N. 


Cambridi^ Camden Society. See Eedesi- 
ologrist (The). 

Canada Baptist Magazine and Missionary 

Register, v. 3-5, no. 1-6 (1839-41). Montreal, 

1840-41. 8". N. 

V. 3 edited by R. Campbell. 

Canadian (The) Baptist, v. 46, no. 34, 36- 37, 
3t)-52; V. 47, no. 1-4. 6-37, 39-52*, v. 48-v. 49, no. 
1-29, 31-51, 53. Toronto, 1900-1903. T. N. 


Canadian Churchman. The Church of Eng- 
land weekly family newspaper, v. 27, 28. Toronto, 

1001-03. V. N. 


V. 30 (1904). G. 

Canadian Congregational year-book. 1873/4- 
1893/4. Toronto, 1873-1894. 8". U. 

1884/85, 1894/95-1898/99. N. 

Canadian Congregationalist. v. 7, no. 21, 
43. 46, 49; V. 9, no. 24; V. 10, no. 32, 33, 44. 
Toronto, 1 901-03. f°. N. 

Canadian Independent. 40 v. London and 
Toronto, Can,, 1854-94. 8*. U. 


Canadian (The) Methodist Magazine, devoted 

to religion, literature. . .v. 7, 8. Toronto^ 1878. 8°. 

Imperfect. N. 

Canad i a n Presbyter. 2 v. Montreal, 1857-58. 

8'. U. 

V. X, no. 8; ▼. a, no. 4, lacking. 

Cathedral (The) calendar for the Church in 
the United States of America. 1902. New York, 
1902. 16'. N. 

Catholic Book News. A review of Catholic 
publications at home and abroad, v. 12-25; v. 26, 
nos. 1-5; V. 27-date (1885-date). New York, 
1885-date. 8". 


Catholic Champion, v. 10, 13. 
July- Aug. 1901.) New York, 1901. f*.' 

Catholic Citizen, v. 31-33. 
Wis., 1901-02. 8'. 


(Apr. 1897, 




Catholic Directory, Almanac and Clergy List — 
Quarterly, v. 2, no. i; v. 14, no. 1. 3; v. 17, no. 
1-2. (1887, 1899, 1902.) Milwaukee, 1887-1902. 
8\ N. 

▼. a-14 have title lEoflteiann'B Catholic Directory. 

Catholic Directory and annual register, v. 1-2, 
60 (1838-39, 97). London, 1838-39, 97. 12°. N. 

1848. U. 

V. 60 has title: Catholic directory, ecclesiastical register and 

Catholic Expositor and Literary Magazine. 
Ed., Varela & Pise. vol. 2-5. New York, 1842- 
1844. U. 


Catholic (The) Family Almanac. See Illus- 
trated Catholic Family Almanac. 

Catholic Historical Researches. See Amer- 
ican Catholic Historical Researches. 

Catholic (The) Mind. 1903-date. New York, 
1903-date. 16**. N. 


Catholic (The) Mirror, v. 47, no. 23; v. 51, 
no. 15, 35-52; v. 52, no. 1-25, 28-30, 39, 4i» 50-51; 
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Christian (The) Almanac for New York, Con- 

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Christian (The) Baptist, edited by Alexander 
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Christian (The) Commonwealth, v. 19-22. 
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V. 1-17. U., G. 

V. 1-7. entitled: Magazine of Christian Literature; ▼. 8-9, 
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Christian (The) Reformer and Non-Ritualist. 
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Christian Science Sentinel, v. i-date. (Sept., 

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Christian Standard. Devoted to the restora- 
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Pub. in various places. 

Christian Statesman. Devoted to public morals 
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Christian Thought : lectures and papers on 
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Continuation of Jonrnsl of Christian Philosophy. 

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Christian Union and Religious Memorial. 
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Christian Unionist. A monthly magazine 
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Christian Uplook. Years 51-52. Buffalo^ 
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Christian Warder, v. i, no. 1-4 (January- 
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Christian Witness and Church Member's Mag- 
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v. 9, no. 104; V. II, no. 129; v. 14, no. 

158-162, 165-166, 168; V. 15, no. 169, 173, 177- 

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18, 20, 23, 24; V. 3, no. 32-36; V. 4, no. 37-40» 

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ChHstian Work. See Christian Work and 
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Christian Work and the Evangelist, v. 8, no. 
7, 11-12; V. 15, no. 4, 10, 12-15, 20, 23, 25,40, 
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Continuation of Neivs of the Churches, etc. New series 
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Christian World. A monthly publication for 
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Christian (The) World. Published by the 
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Title of ▼. t-ii is Ameriean and foreij^n Christian 
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Christian (The) World. Published in the in- 
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Christian World. News of the week. v. 14, 
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Christian (The) World Year Book for 1884. 
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Christian (The) Year; or. Church kalendar for 

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Year [5-7, 9-] 17, 22. 24, 27-28. 1880/81-82/83, 

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Christian (The) Year. A monthly magazine 
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Christian Year-book and Almanac. 1889. 
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Christian Year Book: containing a summary 
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<fifort throughout the world. 1867-68. London, 
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Christian's Magazine; or, A Treasury of 
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Christian's (The) Magazine. Designed to 
promote the knowledge and influence of evangeli- 
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No more publbhed. 

Christian's Monthly Magazine and Church of 
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Christianisme (Le). journal populaire. Re- 
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Christianity in earnest. A [bi-monthly] mag- 
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Christians'f Scholars*, and Farmer's Maga- 
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ChHstliehe (Der) Botschafter. [Edited by] 
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1901. V. N. 


ChHstliehe Zeitschrift fOr Christen, von Kil- 
mer. V. 4, no. i;v. 5, no. 1-2. NUrnberg, 1814- 
1818. 8^ U. 

ChHstog^osis. A monthly journal devoted 
to science, philosophy and the teachings of Jesus 
Christ. [Edited by] M. B. Van Eps. v. 8, no. 
1-7, 9-12; V. 9, no. 1-5, 7, 9. Chicago, 1898- 
1899. V. N. 

Chroniele of the Church, v. 1-4. 1838-39. 

2 v. Cj. 

Continued as Prsctieal Christian and Church Chronicle. 

Chroniele of the London Missionary Society. 
Ed. G. Cousins. 1884-5, 1889-91. London, 1884- 
91. 8°. U. 


Chureh (The), v. 1-4. 1896-98. G. 

Chnreh (The) Advocate, v. 65. no. 36-41, 46- 
52; V. 66. no. 2-4, 6, 14, 18-20, 22-24, 25, 29, 31- 
32, 34-38. 40-47. 49-52; V. 67, no. 1-2, 4-15, 18- 
19, 21, 23-29. 31-44; V. 68, no. 7-8, 10, 15-16, 19- 
21,22-26. Harrisburg, Pa,, iq^i-i<py f. N. 

Chnreh Advocate and Holiness Banner. Edi- 
ted by J. G. Elkins. v. 22, no. 40; v. 23, no. 4, 
6. 8, 11-12. 19-22, 24, 26, 28-30, 32-33. 35-36. 
38-49. 51-52; v. 24, no. I, 4-7, 9-11. 13-17. 19- 
24, 26. 28-36, 38-40. 42-45. 47-49*. V. 25. no. 
2-5, 8-10, 12, 17, 19, 21. 21-22, 24-25, 27-34, 
36, 39-40, 43, 45, 47, 49-51- ^ori Scott, Kan,, 
1900-1903. f*. N. 

Chureh Almanac. See Ameriean Church 
Almanac and Year Book. 

Chnreh Building Quarterly. Published by the 

Congregational Church Building Society, v. i- 

date. New York [i883]-date. 8°. N. 


Before 1893 Society was called: American Congregational 

Chnreh Calendar and General Almanack for 
the Diocese of Manchester. [Compiled bv C. 
Sotheran.] 1873-74. Manchester, [1873J-74. 
12*. N. 

Chnreh Calendar. . .published by the Domestic 
and Foreign Missionary Society of the Protestant 
Episcopal Church. 1887, 1889. 1892-95, 1897- 
99, 1901-1903. [New York, 1 886-1902.] 12**. N. 

1900-1902. U. 

1889-94. 1896-98. G. 

Chureh in China, v. 1-4. 1894-97. 3 v. G. 

Chureh Defence Quarterly, v. i, no. i. 
Kennett Sq., Pa., 1897. 8*. N. 

Chureh Eclectic and Christian Work. Edited 
by W. T. Gibson, v. 1-23. C//fVa, 1874-95. 8^ U. 

y. i-date (1873-date). G. 

V. 2, nos. 7-8; V. 28, no. 6; v. 29, nos. 

1-4. 6-8. 1 874-1901. N. 

Also pub. in New York. 



Church (The) Economist, v. i, no. 1-26; 

V. 2, no. 1-8, 10-26; V. 3, no. i-io, 12-14; v. 4, 

no. 1-6. 9-10. 12; V. 5-date. New York, 1897- 

date. 4'. N. 

Church of England Magazine, v. T, no. i 
(1836); V. 2-43 (1837-57). 42 V. London, 1836- 

57. 8^ N. 

V. 1-14 (1836-43). G. 

Church of England Messenger, v. 33-35. 
Melbourne y 1901-03. f*. N. 


Church of England Quarterly Review, v. 25 
(Apr., 1849); V. 27-28, 35-44. London, 1849-1858. 
8'. N. 

V. 31-34. 1852-53. G. 

Church of England in Scotland. Year book. 
See Year book, etc. 

Church of England Sunday School Quarterly 
Magazine, nos. 5, 11, 14. London, 1848-185 1. 
8% U. 

Church at Home and Abroad. Published by 
order of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian 
Church in the U. S. A. v. 1-24. Philadtlphia, 
1887-98. 8'. U. 

V. i-v. 18, no. 103-108; V. 19-24. 1887*98. 

Cootinaed as: Asa^mblj Herald. N. 

Church in Japan, v. 1-4. 1894-98. 2 v. G. 

Church journal, v. 1-26. 1853-77. New 
York, 1853-77. V, G. 

V. 4, no. 200-203; V. 10, no. 469; v. 25, no. 

1275. New York, 1856-77. f. N. 

▼. at-a6 called Church joamal and Gospel messenger. 
No more published. 

** The Register, a gasette," etc., was united with Church 
Joamal at end of 1853. 

Church (The) Mission, pub. by the American 

Church Missionary Society, v. 3, no. 5, 7-12; v. 

4-date. New York, 1896-datc. 8', 4% 

Continuation of The Beho of Mission Work in Brazil, the 
Home Field and Cuba. 

Church Missionary Gleaner. ▼. i. London, 
1874-75. 4*. U. 

Church Missionary Intelligencer. A monthly 
journal of missionary information, new series, v. 
i-ii (1865-75); new [1. /., 3.] series, i-date (1876- 
date). London, 1885-date. 8*. U. 

Current. Seven numbers lacking. 

Church Missionary Record detailing the pro. 
ceedings of the Church Missionary Society. 1830- 
47. 18 V. London, 1830-47. 8*. N., U. (partial) 

1830-35. G. 

Church Missionary Society. See Church 
Missionary Record. 

Church Monthly, v. 1-15. Boston, 1861- 
68. 8% U. 

V. 1-2, no. 5; V. 9, no. 1-5; v. 10, no. 1-6; 

V. II, no. 1-6. 1861-66. N. 

V. 1-4. G. 

Church Monthly: an illustrated magazine for 
home reading. (1897) London [i^gj], sq. 8*. N. 

Church news. v. 1-2, 1867-68. 2 v. G. 

Church News and Forum, v. 1-4 (1889-90). 
San Francisco, 1889-90. 8°. G. 

V. 4, Paclfle Churchman and Church News and Forum; 
1890, succeeded by Pacific Churchman. 

Church (The) Patronage Reporter, no. 9-1^ 
(1832-34). Edinburgh, 1832-34. 8'. N. 

no. X4-19 title reads: Anti-Patronage Reporter. 

Church Quarterly Review, v. i-date (1875- 
date). London, 1876-date. 8*. N., G. 


V. i8-datc (1884-date). 



Church record, v. 1-3 (1885-88). 3 v. G- 

Church record; a journal of church news and 
religious literature, v. i (1868-69). G. 

Church register; ed. by Rev. G. Welles, v. 1-4 
(1826-29). 3v« G' 

Church Review and Ecclesiastical Register. 
V. 1-63. New York, 1848-91. 8'. U., G, 

V. 1-33, 40-47, no. i; V. 56. Jan., 1848-90. 

T. tx-93 have title American Quarterly Church Review^ 
V. 24-45 American Church Review. 

Church (The) Standard, v. 63, no. i; v. 67, 
no. 25; V. 70, no. 4; v. 72, no. 24; ▼. 73, no. 14, 
24; V. 74. no. II, 13-26; V. 75, ndk i; v. 76, no. 2; 
V. 77, no. 16; v. 78, no. 2, 4-26; v. 79-84; v. 85,. 
no. 1-4, 6-26; V. 86. Pkiladelpkia, 1 892-1904. 

r. N, 

V. 63-date (new ser., v. i-date), 1892-date. 

Current. ContinnatioQ of Standard of the Croas. G. 

Church and State Gazette. The Churchman's 
family newspaper, v. 2-3. London, 1843-44. f°. 


Church (The) Union, v. 2, no. 9, 28, 37-38, 
41, 47; V. 5, no. 35. 52; v. 6. no. 15, 32, 35. 50; 
V. 7-18; V. 19, no. 6-7; V. 21, no. 11; v. 23-24. 
New York, 1874-97. f. 4°. N. 

Church Weekly, v. i (1870-71). G. 

Church work : a monthly magazine for church 
workers, v. 1-4. New York, 1885-89. G. 

Church and the world, v. 1-3 (1872-74). G. 

Churchnuui: an illustrated weekly news maga- 
zine. V. I-date (183 I-date). New York, 1831- 

date. f*. G. 


V. II, no. 36; V. 13, no. 13; v. 14, no. i, 

12, 45-46; V. 16, no. 32; V. 36, no. i; v. 37, no. 7- 

26; V. 38; V. 39, no. 1-25; v. 40; V. 41, ng. 1-13, 

16-26; V. 42-45; V. 46, no. 1-4, 6-'27; v. 47; ▼• 43. 

no. 1-19, 21-26; V. 49, no. 5, 8-26; V. 50-54; v. 55. 

no. 1-11,13-16,19-26; V. 56; V. 57, no. 1-25; v. 58- 

date. New York, 1841-date. f. N. 

Current, nos. 4, 7, 16 (1878), nos. x6-i8 (1883) contain sup- 

1894-date. U. 


Churchnuui. A magazine in defence of the 
church and constitution, v. [i]-8 (i838-.j3). Lon- 
don, 1838-43. 8*. N. 

Continuation of ^* The Obnrcbman.'' In 1843 incor- 
porated with the Tlllase Churchman, and called The 
Churchman's Magazine and Village Churchman. 

Churchman (The), 1835-37. 3 v. London^ 
1835-37. 12*. N. 

Continued as Cbnrcliman: a magazine in defence of 
the church and constitution. 

Churchman's almanac. See 
church almanac and year book. 




Churehman's (The) Calendar. No. 5 (1865). 
New York, 1865. 32^ N. 

1861. 1865. U. 

1861-67. G. 

Cootinuauon of SlVOrd*S Pocket Almanack and Christian 
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Churolmuui^fl Magazine: conducted. . .by the 
Bishop... of the diocese of Connecticut, v. 1-3 
(1821-23). Hartford, 1821-23. 8°. N. 

V. 1-5 (1821-27). G. 

Merged with Bplscopal Watchman. 
ChareliiiUkii*fl Magazine: or Treasury of Divine 

and useful knowledge, v. 3-8 (1806-18 12); new 
sen. V. 1-3, no. i (1813-1815. May). New York, 
1806-15. 8'. U. 

Pablished at New Haven in 1806, and at Elizabethtown 

V. 5, no. 7, 8; v. 7, no. 1-2, 5-6(1808- 

1810). N. 

Church m a n' s Magazine and Village Church- 
man, 1844-47. 4v. Z<wf/^, 1844-47. I2^ N. 

Formerly called Villas^ Churchman, which in 1843 ^<^ 
incorporated with the Chnrchmaiif uking above utle. 

Chorehinan's monthly magazine. v. 1-2 
(1854-55). 2 V. G. 

Chnr ohm an *s monthly magazine; or, Treasury 
of divine and useful knowledge, v. 1-8 (i 804-11). 
7v. G. 

new scr. v. 1-3 (18 13-15). 2 v. G. 

Churchman's repository, for the Eastern 
diocese, v. i. 1820 (July-Dec.) i v. G. 

Churchman's (The) Year Book. Compiled 
by W. S. Perry, D.D. 1870-71. Hartford, 1870- 
71. 12°. N., G. 

Circnlaire de la Soci^t^ ^vang^lique de 
Genire. 3. scr., no. 16, 20-22, 24-25, 28-35, 37, 
3^41, 44«. 45-57. 59-60. 68, 70-72, 74; 4- ser., 
no. 2, 4. Genhfe, 1852-79. 8*. N. 

City of Churches Illustrated. Church Annual. 
▼. I, no. I. Brooklyn, 1890. 8**. N. 

City (The) Mission Magazine. See London 
(The) City Mission Magazine. 

CiTilta (La) Cattolica. ser. i, v. i-date (1850- 

date). Roma, 1850-^te. 8**. N. 


Indexes to ser. 1-9. 8*. N. 

Classmate (The). A paper for young people. 
[Edited by] J. L. Hurlbut. v. 7. New York, 1900. 
r. N.. U. 


Clerg^ ^Le) fran9ais; annuaire ecclesiastique 
et des congregations religieuses. . . Ann^ 8 (1901). 
Tours, 1901. 4°. N. 

Clerical guide and ecclesiastical directory. 
See Clergy List. 

Clergy List; with which is incorporated the 
Clerical guide and ecclesiastical directory, contain- 
ing complete lists of the clergy in England. . . 1844- 
45, 1848-49, 1 85 1, i860, 1896, i89^ate. I^n- 
don, 1844-datc. 8°. N. 

1836, 1 841, 1879. U. 

Clergyman's Magazine, conducted by mem- 
bers of the Church Homiletic Society. 1880 (July- 
Oct.), 1881 (Jan.), 1883 (June), 1892 (May). Lon^ 
don, 1 880-1 892. 8*. U. 

Ed. F. B. Proctor. Monthly. 

Clerical (The) Guide; or. Ecclesiastical direc 
tory. London, 1822. 2. ed., cor. 4**. N. 

1S29. 3. ed. cor. by R. Gilbert. 4**. N- 

1836. new ed. 4* 


Cleveland Pulpit, v. i, no. 1-3,6. Cleveland, 
1872. 8'. U. 

£d. Raffensperger. Monthly. 

[Collection of religious periodicals published 
in France. September-November, 1882. Title of 
first reads: Bulletin catholique du diocese de Mon- 
tauban. Title of many begins: Semaine religieuse.] 
2 V. 8^ N. 

Colloqaiam (The). Transactions, with docu- 
ments and exhibits. V. I. New York, 1882-83. 8*** 


Colombia Magazine: designed to promote 
evangelical knowledge and morality, v. I. (18 14 
Sept.-i8i5 Aug.) Hudson, 1815. 8^ U. 

Commentationes Theologicae« editae a Joh. 
C. Velthusen, C. T. Kuinoel, et Geo. A. Ruperti. 
V. 1-8 ( 1 794-1 800). Leipzig, 1 794-1 800. 8**. U. 

Commission de Thistoire des ^glises Wallonnes. 
— Bulletin. See Bulletin de Thistoire, etc. 

Complete Preacher. Edited by I. K. Funk. 
V. 1-3 (1877 Apr.-i878 July). New York, 1877- 
78. 8°. U. 

V. i; V. 2, no. 4; V. 3. 1877-78. N. 

Combined with Metropolitan Pnlpit as Preacher 
and Homiletic Monthly, which later became Homllotle 

Con^^e^ational Church Building Society. 
Church Building Quarterly. See Church Build- 
ing Quarterly. 

Congregational Magazine. Edited by John 

Blackburn, new ser., v. 2-3, 5-12 (1826-27, 1829- 

36); new sen, v. 1-9 (1837-45). London, 1826-45. 

%\ U. 

Continued as Co ng^esAtlonal Magazine and Biblical 
Review. ' 


Cong^rcflrational Quarterly, v. 1-20. Boston, 

1859-78. 8 . N., U. 

Cong^eg^ational Review: devoted to theology 
and literature, v. 7-1 1. Boston, 1867-71. 8*. U. 

v. 8-1 1. N. 

Continuation of Boston Review, v. 6. From v. to also 
called new ser., v. z, and published in Chicago. 

Cong^re^ational Review; in which are incor- 
porated the Congregationalist and British Quarterly 
Review. Edited by J. G. Rogers, v. 1-2 (1887- 
88). London, 1887-88. 8**. N. 

Confi^eg^ational Work. [Edited by] J. B. 
Clark, v. 1, no. 1-2; v. 4-5; v. 6, no. 1-7, 9; v. 7, 
no. 1-9; v.8, no. I. Philadelphia,\%^']-\K^!^, V, N. 

Monthly except July and August. 

Cong^eg^ational (The) Year Book. i8<;4, 
1901. London, 1854-1901. V. N. 

1847, 1854, 1875, 1879, 1880. U. 

Cong^eg^ational (The) Year Book. 1879- 
1900. Bostott, 1 879-1900. 8°. N. 

1879 — date. U. 

See also American Congregational Year- 




Consrreffationaliflt (The) & Christian World. 
V. 12, no. 40; V. 15, no. 39; v. 25, no. 38-39, 41; 
V. 32, no. 40; V. 33. no. 45; v. 75, no. 41-51; v. 
76. no. 6, 9-23, 25-39. 41-45. 53; V. 77. no. 45-46, 
48-52; V. 78-83, no. i-io, 50; V. 84-datc. Boston, 
1860-date. r. N. 

V. 78 lacks not. 3, 4, 14, is, aj, 3a, 34, 46; v. 79 lacks nos. 34, 
^S» so; V. 80 lacks nos. 15, 27, 39-34, 37, 4o-43» 45-48. 51; v. 81 
lacks nos. t-5. Current. 

1890-date. U. 


Cong^^fl international d'histoire des relif^ions. 
Actes du I. Congr^s, pt. i. Paris, 1901. 4**. N. 

Cong^dfl international du repos du diroanche. 
Compte rendu des stances du Congr^s. no. [3.] 
Paris, 1900. S**. N. 

Cong^ds scientifique international des catho- 
liques. See InteniAtional congress of learned 

Connectieut Evangelical Magazine, v. 1-8 
(1800-1807); [new series] v. 1-8 (1808-1 8 15). 
Hartford, 1800-15. 8'. U. 

V. 1-5, 7; n. s. V. I, no. i, 4-5, 7-10; v. 6. 

1800-1813. N. 

V. 1-5. G. 

1808-15 have title: Oonnectlent Evangelical Magazine 
and Religious Intelkgencer. 

Conqueror (The). A monthly magazine for 
the promotion of the interests and work of the 
Salvation Army. v. 4-6. New York, 1895^7. 
sq. 8'. N. 

Continental Echo and Protestant Witness. 
V. I, 2. London, 1845-46. 8**. U. 

Contributor (The)... v. 1-2; v. 3, no. i, 
8-10. 12; V. 4-17 (1880-1S81, 1884-1896). Salt 
Lake City, 1 880-1 896. 8^ N. 


Converted (The) Catholic, v. 4, no. 3; v. 5, 

no. 5; V. 7, no. I, 9-12; V. 8-10; v. 11, nos. 1-2, 

4-8, 10-12; V. 12, nos. 2-12; V. 13; V. 16; V. 17, 

no. 6 (1 887-1900);' V. 20-date (1903-date). New 

York, 1887-date. 8'. N. 


V. 5. 

V. 9 — date. 



Covenanter (The). Devoted to the principles 
of the Reformed Presbyterian Church. Edited by 
J. M. Willson. V. 14-15. Philadelphia, 1858-59. 

8^ N. 

Critical Review of theological and philosophi- 
cal literature. Edited by S. D. F. Salmond. v. i- 
datc. Edinburgh, 1891-date. 8'. N., U., G. 

Croix (La) du Cap Haitien. Journal hebdoma- 

daire catholique. v. 1-2. Cap //aitien, iSg^-gj. C 

Also has title La Croix d'Hait^. Imperfect. N. 

Croix (La) d'Hait^. See Croix (La) du Cap 

Cumberland (The) Presbyterian, v. 60-66. 
Nashville, 1900-1903. f*. N. 


Cumberland Presbyterian Messenger, v. i, 
no. I. Memphis, 1872. 8*. U. 

Cumberland Presbyterian Missionary, v. 2, 
no. 2. Lebanon, Tenn,, 1855. 8°. N. 

Cumberland Presbyterian Quarterly Review. 
V. 1-5. Lebanon, Tenn., i88o-'84. 8*. U. 

Cumberland University Theological Faculty. 
See Cumberland Presbyterian Quarterly Re- 

Cumberland Presbyterian Review. Ed. J. 
M. Howard, v. i, no. 2; v. 2, no. 4; v. 3; v. 4, 
nos. 3-4. Nashville, Tenn,, 1 889-1 892. 4*. U. 

Current discussions in theology, by Prof. 
Boardman, Curtiss and Scott, of Chicago Theologi- 
cal i:eminary. v. i, 2, 4, 5. Chicago^ 1883-90. 
I2^ U. 

Cut gems for sermon setting, v. 2, nos. i, 3, 

8; V. 3, nos. 6, 9; v. 4, nos. 6, 8, 10-12. Troy, 

N Y, i896-'99. 8'. U. 

Monthly. Discontinued. 

Daily Christian Advocate. [General Confer- 
ence Methodist Episcopal Church.] v. [8] (1876); 
v. 15 (1904). Los Angeles, CaL, and v. p., 1876- 
1904. f. N. 

Daily words of the Brethren's congregation, 
for the year 1 78 1. London, i^iio, 12". N. 

Dansk Kirketidende. v. 1-9. K}dbenhavn% 

1846-54. 8°. N. 

Danville Quarterly Review. Edited by an 

association of ministers, v. 1-4. Danville and 

Cincinnati, 186 1-4. 8**. U. 


Deaconesfl* Advocate, v. 16-17. Chicago^ 
1900-1901. 4*. N. 

Monthly. Imperfect. 

De La Salle Monthly. See Manhattan 

and De La Salle Monthly. 

Detroit Pulpit, v. 2, no. 2. Detroit, 1873. 8*. 
Monthly. Ed. J. N. Scott. U. 

Deutsche (Der) Kirchenfreund. Organ far 
die gemeinsamen Interessen der amerikanisch— 
deutschen Kirchen. Hrsg. von Philipp Schaflf. 
V. 1-12. Mercersberg, 1858-60. 8°. U. 

No more published. 

V. 7, no. 4. 1854. N. 

Deutsche Zeitschrift far christliche Wissen- 
schaft und christliches Leben. Begrttndet durch 
Jul. Mailer, Aug. Neander, und K. J. Nitzsch. 
V. 1-8 (1850-57); new ser. 1-4 (1858-61). Berlin, 
1850-61. 8°. U. 

Deutsoher Kalender fUr die er. reformirte 
Kirche in den Ver. Siaaten. 1876. Cleveland, 
Ohio [1876]. 8^ N. 

Deutsoher Merkur. Organ fUr die katholische 
Reformbewegung. Hrsg. von Franz HirschwSlder. 
Manchen,\%']\-'%'y,. v. 5-14. 8^ U. 

Deutsoher Palsestina Verein. Mittheilungen 
und Nachrichten. See Mittheilnng^en und 
Nachrichten, etc. 

Deutsoher Palaestina Verein. Zeitschrift. See 
Zeitschrift des deutschen Palaestina Vereins. 

Dial (The). A magazine for literature, philo- 
sophy and religion, v. 1-4. Boston ^ i840-*44. 

8^ N. 

V. i; V. 2, no. 2; V. 3, no. 3. U. 

Edited by Margaret Fuller, Emerson, Ripley. No more 




Dickinson's Theological Annual, y. 1-7 

(1875-1881); new scr., v. i, 2 (1882-83). London^ 

1875-83. 8*. U. 

Continued as Joikwf Itobb's Theological Quarterly, 

Disciple of Christ. Edited by S. M. Jefferson 
and I. and R. Errett. v. i, 2. Cincinnati ^ ib84-85. 

4'. U. 

Continued as IMsclple. 

Disciple; a monthly magazine of Christian 
Literature. Edited by Radford, and Brown, v. 3-6. 
Cincinnati, 1886-87. 8°. U. 

Continuation of IMsclple of Christ. 

Doctor Deem*s Sermons, a medium of the 

Gospel as preached from the pulpit of the ** Church 

of the Strangers ** by the pastor, v. i, nos. 4, 7-0, 

12-17, 25, 26, 28-32, 41, 42. New York, 1870. 8^. 

Weekly. N. 

Doddrid^ Family Expositor, v. 3. [N^ew 
York, i8-?J 4'. N. 

Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society of 
the Protestant Episcopal Church in the U. S. A. 
See Missionary Record. 

Dominicana. A magazine of Catholic litera- 
ture conducted by Dominican Fathers, v. i-date. 
(1900-datc.) San Francisco, 1900-date. 4*. N. 

Dominion Presbyterian. 1 900-1 901. Belle- 
ville, Cancuia, 1900-190 1. f. N. 

Incomplete file. 

Dublin Review, v. 1-52; new ser., v. 1-31; 
3. ser., V. 1-25; V. 109-date. London, 1836-date. 

8*. N. 

Dani^an*s Six Cent Catholic Almanac and 
Laity's directory. 1859. AVwKpr/t, 1859. 12". N. 

Earnest Christianity, v. i, no. i. Toronto, 

1873. 4°. N. 

Earnest Worker in the Sabbath School and the 

Family. New Series, v. i, nos. 5-7. Richmond, 

1878. 8°. U. 

East (The) and the West. v. 1-2. 1903-04. G. 

Ecclesiastic (The), v. 1-4. 1846-47. 4 v. G. 

Ecclesiastical Gazette; or. Monthly register 
of the affairs of the Church of England and of its 
religious societies and institutions. v. 1-14. 
(1838-52.) London, 1839-52. 4\ N. 

V. 15-17(1852-54). U. 

Ecclesiastical History Society. [Publications] 
4v. Cambridge, 1847-52. 8*. N. 

Ecclesiastical and Missionary Record for the 
Presbyterian Church of Canada, v. 12-17. Tor- 
onto, 1856-61. 8°. U. 

Ecclesiastical Review. See American 

Ecclesiastical Review. 

Ecclesiolofl^st (The). Published by the Cam- 
bridge Camden Society, v. 1-3 (Nov. i84i-Sept. 
1844), V. 4-20 (or new ser. 1-17, Jan. 1845-Dec. 
1859). London, 1842-59. 8° N. 

V. 19 imperfect. 

V. I, 2; n. s., V. 1-4. 1841-1847. U. 

V. 1-3; new ser., v. 1-26 (1841-44; 1845- 

1868). G. 

Name of society changed in 18^6 to ** Ecclesiological, late 
Cambridge Camden Society," and in 1856 to ** Elcdesiological 

Echo (L') du cabinet de lecture paroissial de 
Montreal... v. 1-15. Montr/al, iSsg-73. 4', 8*. 


Echo (The) of Mission Work in Brazil, the 
Home Field and Cuba. See Church (The) Mis- 

Eco (L*) della verita; giornale relig^oso setti- 
manale. anno i, no. 1-7. 11-21, 23-27. 29-31, 
33-34. 36-51 (1863-1864); anno 2, no. 1-67 (1864- 
65). Firenne, 1863-65. V. N. 

Edenic (The) Life. Published in the interest of 
the Edenic Life church, v. i, no. 1-5. St. Louis, 
1896. 4^ N. 

Edinburg^h Bible Society. Extracts from cor- 
respondence, etc. no. 8. Edinburgh, 1834. 8**. N. 

Edinburg^h Bible Society. Reports. . . 29th 
(1838). Edinburgh, 1838. 8°. N. 

Einsiedler Kalender fOr 1866. (Jahrg. 26.) 
New York, 1866. 8^ N. 

Elders* Journal of the Church of Latter Day 
Saints, v. i, no. 1-4. Kirtland, O., 1837-38. 8 . 

No. 3-4 imperfect. N. 

English Presbyterian Messenger, new ser., v. 
5, 6. London, 1853-54. 8". U. 

English Review: or quarterly Journal of ecclesi- 
astical and general literature, nos. 1-3, 14, 15, 
29. London, 1844-51. 8°. U. 

V. 1-16, no. 31. (1844-51.) N. 

Continuation of Brit lull Critic. 

Ensii^ to the Nations, to gather Israel. M. 
R. Norris. v. i, no. i. Kirtland, 0„ 1851. 8*. N. 

Episcopal (An) Almanac. 1678. London, 
1678. I6^ N. 

Episcopal Magazine, v. i, 2. Philadelphia, 
1820-21. 8^ U., G. 

V. I, no. 1-3. 1820. N, 

Episcopal Observer, v. 1-2. Boston, 1845- 

47. 8^ N. 

Episcopal (The) Recorder, n. s., v. 26, no. 
36-47. 49-52; V. 27-30; V. 31, no. 1-43, 45-52; 
V. 32-34. no. 1-15, 17-18, 20-53; V. 35; V. 38, no. 
1-38. Philadelphia, 1891-1902. f*. N. 


Episcopal (The) Recorder Almanac and Daily 
Text Book. 1880. Philadelphia, 1880. i6*. N. 

Episcopal register, v. TI-15. 1880-84. 2 v. 

V. 15 defective. G. 

Episcopal Register, Almanac, and Church 
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I2^ N. 



Episcopal (The) Watchman, v. 1-4. (1827- 
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V. 2 (1828-29). N. 

Successor to Gospel Advocate. With this is merged the 
Cliarcbnian's magazine, and Cbarm* 

Episcopalian (The), v. i, no. 1-37. Phila- 
delphia, 1866. r. N. 

Epworth (The) Herald. [Edited by] J. F. 
Berry, v. i; v. 2, no. 1-30; v. 3, no. 32-52; v. 4; 
V. 5; V. 6, no. 19-48; V. 7; V. 8, no. 1-27, 29-39; 
V. 9, no. 52; V. II, no. 45; v. 13, no. 52. Chicago, 
1890-1903. f* N. 

Weekly, v. 1 lacks no. 7; v. 4 lacks no. 37; v. 7 lacks no. x.. 



Efloterie (The). A magazine of practical 
esoteric thought, v. i, no. 8, lo (1888); v. 10; v. 
13, nos. 1-3(1896-99). Applegate, CaL, 1888-99. 

8^ N. 

Continued as: Occult and Biological Journal. 

Eflsential Christianity, v. i, no. 2. Moscow^ 
Ida ho ^ 1903. f. N. 

Estandarte (El) Evangelico de Sud America. 
Afto 18, no. 6. ID, 16-18, 27 (Feb. 7, Mar. 7, Apr. 
18, May 2, July 4, 1901); 20, no. 16 (16 Apr. 
1903). Buenos Aires, 1901-1903. f°. N. 

Organo ofidal de la iglesia metodista episcopal en las Re- 
pdblicas del i^lata. Weekly. 

Ethieal (The) Record. Published by the So- 
ciety for Ethical Culture, v. i-date. (1899-date.) 

New York, 1 899-1902. 8°, 4*. N. 


Ethical (The) Record. A quarterly publication 
of the Societies for Ethical culture, v. 1-2 ; v. 3, 
no. 1-2 (1888-90). Philadelphia, 1%^%-^, 8*. N. 

Succeeded by The Inter national Journal of Ethics. 

EvanMl (The) and Sabbath Outlook. [Edited 

by] A. H. Lewis, v. i (1893); v. 2, no. 1-33 

(1894-95); V. 3, no. 15(1895). New York, 1893- 

1895. 4*. N. 

Cfontinuation of Sabbatli Outlook. 

Evans^elieal (The) Almanack; or, Religious 
Monitor. 1825-26. Albany^ 1825-26. 12**. N. 

1822. U. 

Evang^lieal Christendom: its state and pros- 
pects. A monthly journal established ... in con- 
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(1847-60); new series, v. 2-7. 14-22. (1861-66, 
*73-8o.) London, 1847-81. 8*. N. 

n. 8., V. tQ-do, aa, incomplete. 

n. s. 1-39 (l 860-1 898). U. 

In 1873 it absorbed Obrlstlan Work. 

Evan^elieal Guardian and Review. By an 

association of clergymen ih New York. v. i, 2. 

<May 1817-Apr. 1819.) NexuYork, 1817-19. 8**. 
Discontinued. U, Q. 

Evan^elieal Intelligencer : under patronage 

of General Assembly of Presbyterian Church in 

U.S.A. newser. 1,2. Philadelphia,\^o'}-'^, 8°. U. 

Continuation of General Assembly; Missionary Maga- 

Evan^lieal Magazine, v. 1-4. Hartford, 
1832-36. 8°. U. 

Evans^elieal Magazine and Gospel Advocate. 
Devoted to theoretical and practical religion, free 
inquiry, religious liberty and intelligence, new ser. 
V. 3. Utica, 1832. 4". U. 

Evang^elieal Magazine and Missionary Chron- 
icle. V. 18, 22; new ser., v. 1-3; v. 13, no. 156; 
V. 16, no. 189-190; V. 19-36; V. 39. (1823-25, 
1835, 1838, 1841-58, 1861.) London, 1810-61. 8^ 

Imperfect. N. 

V. i-new ser. v. 32 (i 793-1 854); new ser. 

ii-whole no. v. 106 (1881-1899). U. 

Evang^elical Messenger. [Edited by] S. P. 

Spreng. v. 38, no. 11; v. 39, no. 21; v. 41, no. 3, 

21; V. 42, no. 14-53; V. 43, no. 9. 12, 19, 41, 46, 

48, 50-52; V. 44, no. 2-4, 6, 7, 9, II, 13-15, 20, 23; 

V. 45, no. 10, 15, 37-38. 46-50; V. 46, no. 2. 4, 11, 

13, 17-18, 22, 25-26, 33, 38; V. 47, no. 7-30, 32- 

52; V. 48; V. 49, no. 1-7, 9-19, 21, 23-35-53; V. 

53-54(1901). Cleveland, 0,,\%%^'\^\, f^ N. 

Evang^elieal Quarterly ; devoted to Christian 
Literature and Theology. Edited by J. F. Berg. 
V. i; V. 3, no. I. Philadelphia, 1860-62. 8°. U. 

Evang^elieal Quarterly Review. See Evan- 
g^elieal Review. 

Evang^elieal Repository, v. 15-62. Phila- 
delphia, 1856-86. 8*. U. 

Many numbers missing, v. 39 and 51 also called new 
series v. x and ^th series v. i respectively. New ser. has the 
additional title ^^and United Presbyterian Review." 

V. 59, no. 12; V. 60, no. i. 1883. N. 

Evans^elieal Review, v. 11-13 (1859-62); 
14-21(1862-70). II V. Gettysburg, \%%^-]o, 8*. 


V. 1-2 1. 1849-70. N. 

V. 14-2X have title ETanKellcal Quarterly Review. 
Continued as QaarterTy Review of Evangelical Lu- 
theran Church; and later liUilieran Quarterly. 

Evan^elieal Witness, v. 4. Newburgh, 1826. 
12*. (Evangelical Tract Society.) U. 

Ed. J. R. Wilson. Monthly. 

ETan^eliflohe Gesellschaft f Or die protestan- 
tischen Deutschen in Nord-Amerika in Langenberg, 
Elberf eld und Barmen. Bericht, 1848-50. No 5. 
Langenberg, 185 1. 8°. N. 

Evans^eliflehe Kirchenzeitung. Hrsg. von 
E. W. Hengstenberg. 1827-29, 1831-33. 1835-38, 
1841-49, 1868-72. Berlin, 1827-72. 4*. U. 

V. 1-21. 1827-1837. G. 

Evang^elisehe Zeugnisse aus den deutschen 
Kirchen in Amerika. Hrsg. von Philipp Schaff. 
V. 1-3. Philadelphia, 1863-65. 8'. U. 

V. 2 (Feb., 1864). 



Hrsg. V. Fer- 

Evan^eliseher Kalender. 
isohefl Jahrbuch. 

Evan^elisehefl Jahrbuch. 
dinand Piper, v. 1-12, 18, 21 (1850-61, 67, 70). 
Berlin ^nd Leipzig, i%s<>-l^' 16**. U. 

Also called BTansellsclier Kalender. 

Evang^Iiflk Ugeskrift. See U^skrift for 

den evangeliske Kirke i Danmark. 

Evan^liflt. v. 4, 11, 18, 36, 42-46, 48-53, 

55-73- ^fvf York, 1840-1902. f% 4% 8\ N. 


V. I (i83o)-3i. July, 1902. U. 

Weekly. Combined, a. Aug., 1902, with ** Christian Work " 
as Cbristlan Work and Evangelist. 



V. I, no. I. 

vol. 1-2. 

Hartford, 1 824. 
8'. Hartford, 1824-25. U. 

(The). V. 2-5. Washington, 

i\ N. 


D. C, 1901-03. 

Weekly. Imperfect. 

Evang^eliflt and Christian, v. 3-4. Lincoln, 

Neb., 1902. f*. N. 

Evang^elista (El). A£io i, no. 5-6. Habana, 

1887. r. N. 


Evans^elista (El). Periodico religioso setti- 

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Roma, 1900-1901. f*. N. 

Evan^elisten. Aargang 12, no. 9; v. 14, 

no. 7. Chicago, 1901-03. f*. N. 




i (The) or Church offering for alt 
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knowledge. Edited by J. Salkeld. v. 1-2; v. 4-5; 
V. 6, no. 1-9, 12; V. 7; V. 8, no. 1-6, 8-12; v. 9-10. 
New Haveny 1844-53. S*. N. 

Slight changes in title. Published in various places. 

ETerhMtin^ (The) Gospel, v. 1-2. Shiloh, 
Me., 1901-02. f*. N. 

Exandner (The), v. 66, no. 48; v. 76, no. 12; 

V. 78, nos. 44-52; V. 79-date. New York, 1889- 

date. i\ N. 


1891, 1894-date. U. 


Exandner (The): a monthly review of religious 
and humane questions and of literature, v. i, no. 
1-5. Chicago, 1870-71. 8*. N. 

V. I, nos. 1-2. Chicago, 1870. U. 

Ezeelsior. Helps to progress in religion, 
-science and literature, no. 1-2 (Jan. i, Feb., 
1854). London, 1854. 8". N. 

Expositor (The), v. 1-12; 2nd sen, v. 1-8, 

3rd ser., V. i-io; 4th ser., v. i-io; sthser., v. i-io; 

h. ser., V. i-date (1900-date). Index i, 2, 3rd ser. 

London, 1882-date. 8". N., U., G. 

Current, t. and a. series edited by Samuel Cox; 3.-5. by W. 
Robertson Nicoll; v. x-ia of i. series of various editions. 

Expository Times. Edited by James Hast- 
ings. V. i-date. Nov. 1889-date. Edinburgh^ 

1889-datc. 8'. U. 


V. 9. no. 2-12; V. 10, no. 1-2, 4. (1897-99.) 


V. 2-4, 6-date. 1890-date. G. 


Fajniffli» cnstiana. v. i, no. 29. Firenu, 

1875. 4" N. 

Familien-Kalender fUr das Jahr looi. 1905. 
Jahrg. 32, 36. Elkhart, Ind. [1900-04.J 8°. N. 

Family (The) Christian Almanac. See Illns- 
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Family Treasury of Sabbath Reading, nos. 

17, 36-42, 163-167. London, 1860-62. 8°. U. 

Ed. A. Cameron. Monthly. 

Faro (El), v. 11-12. Mexico, 1895-96. 2 v. 

f^ N. 

V. xx-ia contain certificates of baptism, marriage, etc., of 
the Presbyterian Church in Mexico. 

Family visiter and Sunday School magazine. 
V. 1-4. 1 829-1 832. 4 V. G. 

Federation. Organ for record and recom- 
mendations of the Federation of Churches and 
Christian Workers in N. Y. C. Published Quar- 
terly. V. I, nos. 3, 4, 5, 6 (Jan.-Sept.. 1900, Jan., 
1901); V. 2, nos. 1-4 (June, July, Dec, 1902, Jan., 
1903); V. 3, no. 2 (Oct., 1903). New York, 1900- 
1903. 8\ U. 

V. I, nos. 4, 5, 6 (June, Sept., 1900, Jan., 

1901), V. 2, nos. 1-4 (June, July, Dec, 1902, Jan., 
1903); V. 3, nos. 1-2 (June, Oct., 1903). N 

Federation Chronicle, published in the in- 
terest of the work of the National Federation of 
Churches and Christian Workers. Feb., 1901- 
Jan., 1902. New York, 1901-02. 8®. N. 

Flaming (The) Sword, v. 15-17. Chicago, 



Florida Christian Advocate, v. 15-16. Lees- 
burg, Fla,, 1901. f°. N. 


Foreign Church Chronicle and review, v. 
1-23. 1877-1899. 12 V. G. 

No more published. 

Foreign Missionary. Published for the Board 
of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, v. 
9-45. 1850-1886. New York, 1851-1886. 8°. U. 

A few numbers are lacking. 

V. 10-45 (1851-1886). N. 

V. 43 lacks no. 3, 4, la; v. 44 lacks no. 5; v. 45 lacks no. 4, 

Combined with other Presbyterian magazines and continued 
as Cbarcli at home and abroad. 

Foreign Missionary Chronicle, v. 3-10; 11-13. 
Pittsburgh zn^ New York, 1835-1845. 8\ U. 

A few numbers are lacking, v. x\~xx have title: Mission- 
ary Chronicle. It is the or^^an of the Mission Boards of the 
Presbyterian Church. Continued as Home and Foreign 
Record of Presbyterian Church. 

v. I, no. 3-5; V. 5-17. 1833-49. N. 

Forsehung^n zur christlichen Litteratur- und 

Dogmengeschichte. Hrsg. von A. Ehrhard und 

J. P. Kirsch. 6d. i-date. Mains, 1900-date. 8*. 

Current. N. 

Bd. 1-4. I900-1904. U. 


Forachnn^en zur Monumentalen Theologie 
und vergleichenden Religionswissenschaft. Bd. i. 
Mainz, 1900. f*. U. 

Forschnnffen zur Religion und Literatur des 
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Fragments of occult truth. Printed by the 
Parent Theosophical Society. No. 1-8. Bombay, 
1881-83. 8'. N. 

Extracu from '* The Tbeosophist.** 

France eccl^siastique pour Tannic 1855. Paris, 
1855. 12*. U. 

Franciscan Annals and Monthly Record of 
the Third Order of St. Francis, v. 1-5, 7-10; v. 18, 
no. 205. London, 1877-94. 8*. N. 

Franen- Missions Freund. v. 16, no. 4. 5» 

8, II, 12. Boston, 1 901. 4°. N. 

Free Church (The) Circular, v. 3-4. OnHda, 
N. K. 1850-51. 8\ N. 

Free Church of Scotland. See Home and 
Foreign Record of the Free Church of Scotland. 

Free church year book and official report of the 
National Council of the Evangelical Free Churches, 
no. 6. 8 (1901, 1903). London, 1901-03. 8°. N. 

Free (The) Enquirer, ser. 2, v. 1-3. New York, 
1829-31. 4^ N. 

v. r has title New Harmony & Nashoba Gazette; or, The 
Free Enquirer. 

Free Mission Record. Published by the Ameri- 
can Baptist Free Mission Society, 1857. New York, 

1858. 8^ N. 

Free Religious Association. Annual report of 
the executive committee, no. i. Boston, 1868. 
8'. N. 

Free Thought Magazine. H. L. Green, editor. 
V. 14; v. 21, no. i-io. Chicago, 1896-1903. 8*. N. 

Merged with Torch of Reason, and became I«lberal 



Freethinking Christians' Magazine, intended 
for promotion of rational religion and free inquiry. 
V. 1-3. London, 1811-1813. 8*. U. 


Freewill Baptist Quarterly, v. 1-17(1853-69). 

Providence, 1853-69. 8*. U. 

V. 2-3. 1854-56. N. 

Freidenker Almanach. Jahrgang 2-23 (1879- 
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Freidenker. Freiheit, Bildung und Wohl- 
stand fur Alle. Herausgeben . . Carl D()rflinger. 
Jahrg. 5, no. 33; Jahrg. 28-date Milwaukee, 1876- 
date. f^ N. 

Freirelifi^oae Kalender. Jahresschrift far 
Freidenker. Hrsg. A. Specht. v. 7. 1878. Gotha 
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Friend (The); or, Advocate of 'truth, v, 1-3. 
1828-30. 3 V. G. 

Friend (The). A religious and literary journal, 
V. 1-54; V. 73-74; V. 75. no 1-15, 17. 19-34. 36-52. 
V. 76, no. 1-25. 27-44, 46-52; V. 77, no. 1-4. 6-7; 
9-15, 17-24. Philadelphia, 1827-1902. 8'. N. 

Friends* Almanac for the years 1871, 1878. 
Philadelphia, 1873-78. I2^ 8'. ' N. 

Friends* Historical Society. Journal. See 
Joom&l of The Friends* Historical Society. 

Friends* Intelligencer and Journal, v. 48, no. 
27; V. 55-60. Philadelphia, 1891-1903. f. N. 

V. 57-60 imperfect, v. 55-60 also numbered v. 96-31 of 
Frlen<ls' Journal. 

Friends* Journal. See Friends* Intelligencer 
and Journal. 

General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church 
in the U. S. A. See Cnurch at Home and Abroad. 

General Assembly's Missionary Magazine; or 
Evangelical Intelligencer, v. 1-3. Philadelphia, 
1805-07. 8'. U. 

V. 3 also called: Evangelical Intelligencer, new ser., v. i. 

General (The) Conference Bulletin. Published 

quarterly by The Seventh-day Adventist General 

Conference, v. 4, no. 1-4, extra no. 1-20. Battle 

Creek, Mich., 1901. 8*. N. 

V. 4, no. I, extra no. i-ao, were published daily during the 
34th session, at Battle Creek. 

General Protestant Episcopal Sunday 
School Union and Church Book ScKciety. Children's 
Magazine. See Children*s Magazine, etc. 

Gerarehia (La) cattolica, la faroigliae lacapella 
pontificia, 1898, 1902-1904. Roma, 1 897-1903. 
\2\ N. 

Gesellschaft for die Geschichte des Protes- 

tantismus, in Oesterreich. Jahrbuch. 20-date. 

Wien, 1899-date* 8*. N. 


9-11. 1889-1891. U. 

Glad (The) Tidings in France, published by the 
Socictc Evangelique de Geneve (Evangelical Society 
of Geneva). (Mar. 1886) [Geneva, 1886.] 8°. N. 

Gleaning^ for the Young, London. See Bible 
(The) Society Gleanings. 

Globe (The). Conducted by W. H. Thome. 
V. 1-8. New York, 1889-98. 8^. N. 

God*s Will. V. I, no. i. Los Angeles, 1903. 

r. N. 

Goerres-Gesellsch^ft. Vereinsschrift. 1902. 
JCdln, 1902. 8^ N. 

Golden Rule. International representative of 
the Christian Endeavor movement, v. 5, no. 19, 
28, 30-31, 37, 41, 47-49; V. 6, no. 2, 9, 18, 41; V. 8, 
no. 23, 25, 29-36, 39-44. 46, 48-52; v. 9, no. 1-2. 
4-52; V. lo-ii. Boston, 1891-97. f*. N. 

Continued as Cbrlstlan Endeavor World. 

Good Words. Edited by Norman Macleod. 
V. 1-3. London, 1860-62. 8*. U. 

Gospel Advocate, v, 42-v. 45, no. 1-9, IT-12, 
14-21, 25-26, 28-49, 51' Nashville, Tenn., 1900- 

03. r. N. 

Weekly, v. 44, incomplete. 

Gospel Advocate; conducted by a society of 
gentlemen, v. 1-6. Boston, 1821-26. 8°. U., G. 

V. 2-4. 1822-24. N. 

Merged with Episcopal Watchman. 

€k>spel Anchor, Ed. Lefevre & Williamson. 
V. 2. Troy, 1832. 4°. U. 


Gospel (The) in all lands. Devoted to uni- 
versal missions. 1881-1902. New York, 1881- 
1902. 4". N. 

V. I, no. i; V. 2, no. 3; v. 3, no. 7; v. I2» 

no. 2-3; V. 13, no. 7, 11; V. 17; no. 6; v. i8, no. 4 1 

V. 22, no. 3. New York, 1880-1901. U. 

* Monthly, except in 1882-1883, when it was published as a 
weekly. Jan., z88x-June, 1884, called v. 3-9. x889-iqoz pub- 
lished by the Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal 

Gospel (The) Banner. Issued quarterly, v. 5. 
March, 1898, Extra A, no. i. Independence, Mis^ 
souri, 1898. 16*. N. 

Gospel Herald, by the Evangelical Association 
of New York. v. 4. New York, 1823. 8°. U. 
Ed., H. Fits. Weekly. 

Gospel Herald. . . for the Church of Jesus Christ 

of Latter Day Saints. J. J. Strang, v. i, no. 4, 9; 

V. 2, no. 1-2, 5, 9, 23-24, 26-28, 32, 36-38, 42. 46, 

48-49, 51-52; V. 3, no. 1-2, 4-6, 10-12, 22, 29, 31. 

39. 44-45. 47-52; V. 4, no. i, 11-15. 22, 25, 30, 33, 

38-39, 44-45. 47-48; V. 5, no. 4, 6. 9. Voree, Wis,, 

1846-47. 8\ N. 

V. z entitled Voree Herald; v. 3, first half, entitled Zion's 

Gospel (The) inquirer, v. i, no. 1-26. Little 

Falls, N Y, 1823-24. 8^ N. 

Gospel Luminary, v. 5, no. 4. [(/, S,P 1832.] 

I6^ ■ N. 

Gospel Magazine; or. Spiritual Library, de- 
signed to promote spiritual religion, v. 7. London, 
1772. 8^ U. 


Gospel Magazine; or, Treasury of divine knowl- 
edge. V. 1-6 (1774-79). London, 1774-79, 8°. U. 

Gospel messenger, v. 1-2, 4-12 (1827-29, 1830- 

39). G. 

Succeeded by the Churcll journal and gospel mes- 

Gospel Messenger, v. i, no. i. Shenandoah, 
la., 1902. f. N. 

€k>spel messenger and Southern Episcopal 
register, v. 3-5 (1826-28). 3 V. G. 

Gospel Pulpit. A Universalist Quarterly, [no. 
2-4.] Chicago, 1868-69. 12**. N. 



Ooapel (The) Reflector, v. i. Philadelphia, 

1841. 8\ 


Oospel Teacher, v. i. no. 3. Nebo, N, C, 

1901. r. N. 

Gospel Tidings, v. 2-3. Siloam Springs, Ark., 
1899-1900. 4\ N. 


Oospel Trumpet, v. 20-23. West Virginia, 
1900-03. 8°. N. 


Gospel (The) Witness, n. s., v. i, no. 17. New 
York, 1837. r. N. 

Ghrand Almanach de la Famille chr^tienne. 
1883-85. 1887-88, 1800-93. Ann. [i-]3, 5-6, 8- 
II. iViiwry [1882-92]. 4'. N. 

1883 has title Almanaell de la Famille cbr^tienne; 1887- 
93. Grand Almanach de la Famille. 

Guardian (The), v. 3-7, 11-34 (pt. i), 35- 
<late (1848-52, i856-June,'79, 1880-date). London, 
1848-date. r. G. 


Chtardian (The). Ziw<^;f, 1894-date. T. U. 


Guardian: or. Youth's religious instructor. 
▼.2. New Haven, 1^20, 12°. U., G. 


Guardian (The), a monthly magazine devoted 
to the Sunday School cause and the social, literary, 
and religious interests of yoiing men and ladies. 
V. 29. no. 1-5, 7-9. Philadelphia, 1878. 8". N. 

Halcyon Luminary, and theological repository. 
A monthly magazine, devoted to religion and polite 
literature, i v. New York, 1812. 8% U. 

Hancock (The) County Journal, v. i, no. 2. 
Carthage, JIL, 1886. f^ N. 


Hancock Democrat, [v. i] no. 1-4; v. i [n. s.! 
no. 12-13, I7» 21-25, 28, 36, 39, 41; [v. 2] fn. s.J 
00. 4-13, 15-20. Warsaw, III,, 1844-78. f . N. 


Hancock Eagle, v. i, no. 1-2 (mutilated), 
9-12, 14-16, 19-21. Nauvoo, JIL, 1846. f'. N. 

Hancock New Era. v. i, no. 11-20, 25. War- 
saw, JIL, 1864. V, N. 


Hand-book of the American Baptist Mission- 
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1901/02-1902/03, 1904/05. Boston [1883-1904]. 
i6'. N. 

1883/4. U. 

Handbuck der Kirchen-Statistik fUr das K5nig- 
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Harbor Lights. A Salvation Army Magazine. 
▼. 1-2. New York, 1898-99. 8*. N. 

Harmony. A monthly magazine devoted to 
Divine Science, v. i, no. 8; v. 2, no. 6-8, lo-ii; 
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Hartford Seminary Record, issued under the 
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1891-date. 8^ N., U. 
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Healings (The) Voice on the power of prayer, 
faith literature, and the science of healing, v. i. 
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Hebraica* A quarterly journal in the interest 
of Hebrew study, v. i-ii. Chicago, New Haven, 
New York, Hartford, 1885-1895. 8*. U.. G. 

V. 1-81-3(1885-1892). 8*. N. 

Edited by Willimm Harper and others. Continued as 
Amerlean Journal of Semitic Languages and Literature. 

Hebrew Christian witness and prophetic in- 
vestigator; ed. by M. Margoliouth. new ser., v. i 
(1877). G. 

Hebrew Student. A monthly journal in the 
interest of Old Testament literature and interpreta- 
tion. V. 1-2. Chicago, 1882-83. 4* and 8*. U. 

Continued as Old Testament Student. 

Herald of Gospel Liberty. v. 92-V.94, no. 
1-3. 5-21, 23-43, 45; V. 95, no. 1-14. 16-26, 28- 
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Herald (The) of life and immortality. By Elias 
Smith. V. I. Boston, 1819-20. 16°. N. 

Herald of Light, v. 7, no. 1-3, 5-10, 12; v. 8, 
no. 2, 4-7. 9, 11-12; V. 10, no. 7-12; V. ii-date. 
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Continuation of N«ir York Rescue and mission worker. 

Herald of Light. Monthly journal of the Lord's 
New Church, v. 1-2 (incomplete). New York, 
1857-58. 8^ U. 

Herald of the New Jerusalem: A weekly pub- 
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Church doctrines. [Edited by] S. Houge. v. i, 
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Herald and Presbyter, v. 66, no. 34; v. 67, 

no. 47; V. 71-74. Cincinnati, 1895-1903. if*. N. 

Herald of Truth, v. 38, no. 23-24; v. 39-date. 
Elkhart, Jnd., 1901-date. f". N. 

EUbbert (The) Journal, a quarterly review of 
religion, theology and philosophy, v. i-date. Lon- 
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Hierophant (The): or monthly journal of 
sacred symbols and prophecy. Conducted by George 
Bush. no. 1-12(1842-43). IV. New York, 1844. 
8^ N., U. 

No more published. 

Historical (The) Record. A. Jenson. v. 5-8 

(1886-88). Salt Lake City, iUt-%^, 8^ N. 

Continuation of Morg^enstjernen. 

Two supplements : — 

(t) Biographical Encyclopedia. By A. Jenson. Stdt Lake 

City, x888. q6 pp. 8®. 
(2) Infancy of the Church. By Jenson and Stevenson. Salt 

Lake City, 1889. 6a pp. 8°. 

Another copy. 

This copy has but one supplement, Jeoson and Stevenson's 
Infancy of the Church. It nas in addition a general title page 
for the 4 volumes calling them *^ Church encyclopaedia,** book I, 


Historical Researches in Western Pennsyl- 
vania, principally Catholic. See American Catho- 
lic Historical Researches. 

Holfiiiaii*s Catholic Directory. See Catholic 

directory, almanac and clergy list. 


Holy (The) Cross Magazine. v. ii, no. 4 
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V. ii-date. (1899-date.) 



Holy (The) Cross purple; published monthly by 
the students of the college of the Holy Cross, v. 
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1895-date. 8'. N. 


Home and Foreign Record of the Canada 

Presbyterian Church, v. 1-14. Toronto, 1862-75. 

8^ U. 


Home and Foreign Record of the Free Church 
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V. 5-6; n. s. V. 1-5 (1854-61.) N. 

Home and Foreign Record of the Presbyterian 
Church in the U. S. A. v. 2-5, 7-12; v. 13, no. 
1-7. 9-12; V. 14, no. 1-12, 4-12; V. 15-18. Phila- 
delphia, 1851-67. 8\ N. 

V. i-v. 14, no. I, 3-10, 12; V. 15-V. 17, no. 

10, 12; V. 16-V. 18, no. 3. Philadelphia, 1850- 
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Home Mission Echoes; pub. monthly under 
the auspices jointly of the American Baptist Home 
Mission Society and Woman's American Baptist 
Home Mission Society, v. i, no. i-ii; v. 2-date. 
Boston, 1897-date. sq. 4*. N. 


Home Mission Monthly. Published by the 
Woman's Executive Committee of Home Missions 
of the Presbjrterian Church, v. i, no. 4-10, 12. 
New Y4frk, 1887. 8'. N. 

V. i-date. New York, i886-<late. U. 

Current. A few nos. missing. 

Home Missionary. Published by the American 
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HomOf the School, and the Church; or the 
Presbyterian education repository. Edited by C. 
Van Rensselaer. Philadelphia, 1850-60. 8°. U. 

Homiletic Magazine, v. 6-19, new ser. 1-3. 
London and New York, \%Zi-^, 8*. U. 

Continuation of Homiletic Quarterly. 

Homiletic (The) magazine; and repository of 
pastoral theology and sacred poetry. J. G. Wilson 
editor and proprietor, [v. i.J Philadelphia, 1843. 
8'. N. 

Homiletie Monthly. See Homiletic Review. 

Homiletic Review, v. i-date (1876-date). 
New York, London, 1878-date. 8'. N., U. 


V. z-a entitled Metropolitan Pulpit; v. 3-6, entitled Preacher 
and Homiletic Monthly; v. 7-8, entitled Homiletic Monthl 

V. i-ax, ed. by I 

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Wells; V. 30-34 ed. by Funk and 

unk; V. aa-ao by Funk and 

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Homiletieal Quarterly. An international and* 
undenominational preacher's magazine, v. 1-5. 
New York, 1879-81. U. 

Continued as Homiletic Magazine. 

Hopkinsijkn Magazine, v. 1-4. Providence^ 
1824-32. %\ U. 


Horfld Semiticae. no. 2, 4. 1903-1904. G. 

Hours at Home. A popular monthly devoted 
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niufltrated (The) Catholic Family Almanac. 
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1871-78. U. 

Illustrated Catholic Family Annual, 1889. 
New York, 1889. 12*. N. 

1879, 1895. U. 

Illustrated Christian Weekly, v. i-ii; v. 12^ 

nos. 9-10, 12-22, 24. 27-32, 34-35, 37-39. 5o; v. 
13, no. 29; V. 15, no. 30-31; V. 16, no. 22; v. 17, 
nos. 30, 32, 50; v. 18, no. 47: v. 19, no. 41 ; v. 20,. 
nos. 3. 15; V. 21, no. 15; v. 22, no. 5. New York ^ 
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ninstrated (The) Family Christian Almanac. 
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99. 12*, 8'. New York, 1841-99. N. 

1828. 1847-55, 1857. i8s9, i86i, 1863-74. 

1877-78. 1881-82, 1884-85. 1887. U. 

X843-48 title is Famllj Christian Almanac. 1853-99- 
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Independent (The), v. 1-4, 6-date. Netxr 
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1848, 1850, 1852-72, 1874-datc. U. 


Index (The). A weekly paper devoted to free 
religion, v. i-v. 18, no. 888. Boston, 1870-86. 
V. N. 

V. i2-x8 imperfect. 

Indian Christian Intelligencer, v. i. no. 2. 
Lahore, \%11, 8^ N. 

Indian (The) Evangelical Review. A quarterly 
of missionary thought and effort, v. 1-6. Bombay^ 
1874-79. 8*. N- 

nos. 26, 28, 41-44. Ciii^«//<i,i88o-i885. U^ 

V. 1-2 pub. at Madras, v. 7 pub. at Calcutta. 

Indian (The) Witness, v. 14-31. Calcutta^ 
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Weekly. Imperfect. 

Indiana Baptist Outlook, v. 19-21. Indian^ 
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Institution des Diaconesses des iSglises £van. 
geliques de France. [Etat de situation.] 1854-55. 
No. 14. Paris, 1855. 8*. N» 

Intercollefl^an (The). [Official organ of the) 
Student department of the International Commit- 
tee of Young Men's Christian Associations . . . 
ser. 4, V. 21-25. AVw York, 1 898-1901. 8". 

Interior (The), v. i, no. 10; v. 3, no. 100— 
103; V. 9. no. 442; V. 10, no. 455, 497; v. 11, no. 
512; V. 12, no. 564; V. 26, no. 1323; v. 31-v. 34, no. 
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Intermediate Sunday School Quarterly, v. 
15-20. Boston, 1893-1899. 12". N. 

IntematioiUkl Congress of Learned Catho- 
lics. Akten des fUnften Internationalen Kongresses 
Katholischer Gelehrten zu Mtinchen... 1900. 
Mnnchen, 1901. 8". N. 

Title also in French. 

International (5th) Convention of the Ep- 
wortb League. Souvenir, Song book, and official 
program. (1901.) San Francisco, 1901. 12". N. 

International Holiness Directory and Year 

Book. . . Edited by Rev. G. Hughes. 1894. New 

York, 1894. 12'*. N. 

International Journal of Ethics. Devoted 
to the advancement of ethical knowledge, v. i- 
datc. Philadelphia, 1891-date. 8°. N. 


V. 14-date. Philadelphia, 1904-date. U. 


InTeetifl^tor (The), or monthly expositor and 
register on prophecy, v. 1-5, London, 1831-36. 
5 V. 8\ N. 

Investierator (The). Edited by C. Southwell. 
V. 1. London, 1843. f°. N. 

Invefltifi^ator (The): religious, moral, scien- 
tific, &c. V. I, no. 2-6, 10; V. 2, no. 8. Wash- 
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Ariflb (The) Catholic Directory, Almanac and 
Registry. Annual publication. 46 (i88i). Dublin 
[1881]. I2\ N. 

Irish (The) Congregational Record, v. t. 
Dublin, 1834. 12*. N. 

Irish Ecclesiastical Record. A monthly journal 
under episcopal sanction, v. 1-5; [new ser.] v. 
6-12; 3 ser. v. 1-4, 6-1 1 ; 4 ser. v. 4-date. Dub- 
lin, 1864-date. 8'. N. 


Irish Friends: a monthly periodical, devoted 
chiefly to the interests of Friends, v. 1-5. Belfast, 
1837-1842. 4°. N. 

Irish Theosophist. y. i, no. 5. Dublin, 1893. 
8°. N. 

Italia (L*) Evangelica. v. 25, no. 22-25. 
Firenze, 1900. f*. N. 



General Works. 

Broekhaufl* Konversations-Lexikoo. Bd. 17. 
Leipzig, 1904. 4'. 

Meyers Grosses Konversations-Lexikon. Bd. 
8. Leipzig, 1904. 6. ed. 4*. 

Salmonsena store illustrerede Konyersations- 
leksikon . . . Under Medvirkning af Karl Fischer. 
Bd. 15. Kjobenhavn, 1904. 4*. 

General History, Travel, Geo- 

Nordenalijoeld (Otto) and others. *' Antarc- 
tic." Zwei Jahre in Schnee und Eis am Stldpol. 
Nach dem schwedischen Original ins Deutsche Uber- 
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2 V. illus. 8^ 

Ratsel (Friedrich). Zu Friedrich RStzels Ge. 
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burtstage nun als Grabspende dargebracht von 
Fachgenossen und SchUlem, Freunden und Ver- 
chrern. Leipzig: Seele 6* Co,, 1904. viii, 471pp., 
I map, 4 pi. , I port. sq. 4*" 

General Biography, etc. 

Frag^enta genealogica. v. 10. London: F, 
A. Crisp, 1904. 4". 

Lee (Sidney). Great Englishmen of the six- 
teenth century. New York: C. Seribner's Sons, 
1904. xxiii, 337 pp., 6 port. 8*. 

Biography and Genealogy. 

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Steig^ (Reinhold). Achim von Amim und Jacob 
und Wilhelm Grimm. Stuttgart: J. G, Cotta, 1904. 
4 p. 1., 634 pp., 2 port. 8**. (Achim von Amim 
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Bitting^r and Bedinger families, descendants 
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Meig^ (William M[ontgomery]). The life of 
Thomas Hart Benton. Philadelphia: J. B. Lip- 
pincott Co., 1904. 535 pp., I pi., 3 port. 8". 

Burr (Esther). Esther Burr's journal. [Edited 
by] J. E. Rankin. Washington, D. C: Wood- 
ward 6* Lothrop, 1903. 100 pp., 3 port. 3. cd. 


Rogers (Joseph M.) The true Henry Clay. 
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11-3S8 pp., 5 facsim., 14 pi., 6 port. 8". (True 
series. ) 

Lang^e (Rev. J. H[ibbert]). Christopher 

Columbus. A complete . . . narrative of his voyages. 

Washington, D. C, 1903, viii, 581 pp., I port. 8**. 

Creigrhton (Mrs. [Louise]). Life and letters 
of Mandell Creighton ... sometime bishop of Lon- 
don. . . By his wife. London: Longmans, Green 6* 
C(?., 1904. 2. ed. 2 v., ports., illus. 8*. 

[Croweli (Levi, and Henry G.)] John Crowe 
and his descendants. A genealogy. New York: 
T. Y. Croweli df Co., 1903. 109 pp., 2 facsim., 

I pi. 8^ 

Demingf (Judson Keith). Genealogy of the 
descendants of John Deming of Wethersfield, Con- 
necticut. With historical notes. Dubuque, Iowa: 
MathiS'Mets Co., 1904. viii, 694 pp., 4 pi., 28 
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EUot (Charles Wplliam]). John Gilley. Maine 
farmer and fisherman. Boston: Amer. Unitarian 
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Beale (Charles Currier). Marcus T. C. Gould, 

stenographer. Cincinnati, 0., 1904. 48 pp., I 

port, o . 
Repr.: Phonographic Mag. & Nat. Shorthand Reporter. 
Gift of the Author. 

Haines (Andrew Mack, and T. Van B.) Deacon 
Samuel Haines of Westbury, Wiltshire, England, 
and his descendants in America, 1635-1901. North 
Hampton, N. H., 1902. 8". 

Gift of John C. Haynes. 

Oswald (Emil). Thomas Hood und die soziale 
Tendenzdichtung seiner Zeit. Wien: W. Brau- 
mailer, igo4. vi, 1 1., I20pp. 8*. (Wiener Bci- 
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Hubbard (George David Read). Ancestors 
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1902. [Brooklyn, 1902.] lOO pp. 2 1., 27 pL, 
5 port. 4°. 

Mansfield (David L[ufkin]). History of Cap- 
tain John Kathan. the first settler of Dummerston, 
Vt., and his associates and family descendants. 
Brattleboro: E. L. Hildreth <&* Co., 1902. 2 p.l., 
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Hubbard (George David Read). Ancestors 
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Maybriek (Florence Elizabeth). Mrs. May- 
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Nelson (William). Contributions towards a 
Nelson genealogy. Part i. Pater son, N. /., 

1904. 4 . 
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Radsiwill (Katharine), prinzessin. My recol- 
lections. London: Isbister Co., 1904. xiv, 346 
pp., 1 1., I port. 8**. 

Smet( Pierre-Jean de). Life, letters and travels 
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jonmak and letter books. . .with. . .map and illus- 
trations by H. M. Chittenden and A. T. Richard- 
son. New York: F, P. Harper, 1905. 4 v. 8°. 

NarratiTes of the career of Hernando de Soto 
in the conquest of Florida as told by a Knight of 
EWas and in a relation by L. Hernandez de 
Biedma. . . Trans, by B. Smith . . . Edited with an 
introduction by E. G. Bourne. Illustrated. New 
York: A, S, Barnes 6* Co., 1904. 2 v. 12*. 
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Wilson (James Grant). Thackeray in the 
United States. 1852-3, 1855-6. Including a record 
of a variety of Thackerayana, by J. G. Wilson, with 
six score illustrations, and a bibliography, by F. S. 
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2 ▼. %\ 

Webster (John C.) Memorial poems and brief 
ancestral record of the Webster family and descend- 
ants. Hartford, Conn,, 1 904. 8^. 
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Webster (Daniel). The writings and speeches 
of Daniel Webster. . . National edition. Illustrated 
with portraits and plates. Boston: Little, Brown 
^ Co., 1903. 18 V. 8\ 

Eddgr (Arthur Jerome). Recollections and im- 
pressions of James A. McNeill Whistler. Phila- 
delphia: y. B. Lippincott Co., 1903. 296 pp., 
5 pl.t 7 port. 8\ 

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A history of South 
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13 port. 8**. 

A history of the 
from their earliest 
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Co., 1904. facsim., 


Akers (Charles Edmond). 
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xxviii, 696 pp., 7 maps, 14 pi., 

ATery (Elroy McKendree). 
United States and its people, 
records to the present time. 
V. I. Cleveland: Burrows Bros. 
maps, pi., port. 4^. 

Gift of Poblishers. 

Crown (The) Collection of photographs of 
American maps. Selected and edited by A. B. 
Hulbert. v. i. Cleveland, 0.: The A. H. Clark 

Co., 1904. r. 

Fifty photographs of nap« of American rivers in the 
Crown collection of manuscripts in the British Museum. 

Flint (James). Letters from America, contain- 
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the western states, the manners of the people. . . 
&c.. ^kc. Edinburgh: IV. <&* C. Tail, 1822. (Re- 
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Friedenwald (Herbert). The Declaration of 
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Gant (John M.) Cumberland: the story of a 
name. Nashville, Tenn.: Cumberland P res. Pub. 
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Greene (Evarts Boutell). The government of 
Illinois. Its histor>' and administration. New 
York: The Macmillan Co., 1904. xiv, 296 pp., I 
map, I tab. 12**. (Handbooks of American gov- 

Heath (William). Memoirs of Major-Cieneral 
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Heston (Alfred M[iller]). Absegami: annals 
of Eyren Haven and Atlantic City, 1609-1904... 
also Indian traditions and sketches of the region 
between Absegami and Chicohacki, in the county 
called Scheyechbi. \Camden, N. J.:'\ The author, 
1904. 2 V. illus., maps, port., tab. 8"*. 

Jeans (James Stephen). Canada's resources 
and possibilities; with special reference to the iron 
and allied industries, and the increase of trade 
with the mother country. London: Off. of The 
British Iron Trade Assn., 1 904. xv, 298 pp., 
2 maps, illus 4**. 

Kasson (John A[dams]). The evolution of 
the Constitution of the United States of America 
and history of the Monroe Doctrine. Boston : 
Houghton, Mifflin &* Co., 1904. xviii, 274 pp., 
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Lant (Agnes C.) Pathfinders of the West, be- 
ing the thrilling story of the adventures of . . . Radis- 
son. La V^rondrye, Lewis and Clark. New York: 
The Macmillan Co., 1904. xxv, 380 pp., I maf, 
12 pi. illus. S\ 

McCracken (Eh'zabeth). The women of 
America. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1904. 
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Maasey (Katharine B.), and Wood (L. G.) 
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Boston: D. C. Heath &* Co., 1904. iv, 152 pp., i 
pi., I port, illus. 12°. 

Maury (Dabney Hemdon). Young people's 
history of Virginia and Virginians. Pichmond: 
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I pi. 8°. 

Meziqne (Le) au debut du XXe si^le, par 
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pl. 4*. 

Middleton, Mass. Vital records of Middle- 
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Topsfield, Afass.: Topsfield Historical Society, 
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Mills (W[eymer] Jay). Historic houses of 
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Montagu (Edwin S.), and Herbert (B.> 
Canada and the Empire: an examination of trade 
preferences. With a preface by Rt. Hon. the 
Earl of Rosebery. London: P. S, King &* Son, 
1904. xviii, 198 pp. 12*". 

Presbyterian Church, New York Avenue, 
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Reiohe (Carlos). La isla de la Mocha. Estu- 

dios monogrificos bajo la cooperacion de F. C^er- 

main, M. Machado, F. Philippi y L. Vergara, 

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Rhodes (James Ford). History of the United 
States from the compromise of 1850. v. 5. New 
York, 1904. 8°. 

Wenhaoiy Mass, Vital records of Wenham, 
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YonM (Samuel H.) The site of old '• James 
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Baddeley (St. Clair), and Gordon (L. D.) 
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Bax (Pearce B. Ironside). The cathedral 
church of Saint Asaph. A description of the build- 
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Brabant (Artur). Das heilige rOmische Reich, 
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Cheshanit Buckingham Co,, Eng, A tran- 
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register of Chesham, in the county of Buckingham. 
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Falkiner (Caesar Litton). Illustrations of Irish 
history and topography, mainly of the seventeenth 
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Fischer (Robert). Die Stadt Gera, und die 
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Great (The) roll of the pipe for the twenty- 
second year of the reign of King Henry, the 
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the original . . . under the direction of the council of 
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Irish literature. Justin McCarthy, editor in 
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Library (The) of literary criticism of English 
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Upson (Arthur). Westwind songs. Minne- 
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Vagabond songs and ballads of Scotland; 
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Winbolt (Frederick). Philip of Macedon. A 
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Bouwens Tan der Boijen (O.) L'argent 
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Collin (FrancoisV L'esprodve da GSthy. Com^- 
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Roland (Claude), and Lorde (Andre de). 
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Tarride (Abel), and Vemayre (F.) Fin de 
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Hammer (William J.) Radium, and other 
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and fluorescent substances, the properties and ap- 
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Irrin^ (Edward). How to know the starry 
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Sehvster (Arthur). An introduction to the 
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Sieber^ (August). Handbuch der Erdbeben- 
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Stewart (R[obert] Wallace). The tutorial 
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C. (W. A.) Elements of Luganda grammar, 
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Herti (Simon). Torath S'fath Eber. A Hebrew 
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In^^lis (Alexander James), aw// Pearson (H.C.) 
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Chapman (Sydney J[ohn]). Work and wages, 
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Cunningham (William). The rise and decline 
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Faciei (Gustave). Corporations et syndicats. 
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Hillqnit (Morris). History of socialism in the 
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Lan^on {Afrs. Emma F.) The Cripple Creek 
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Pafl^ (Thomas Nelson). The negro: the South- 
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DaTidson (Thomas). The education of the 
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KarloTi^ (B.) Das kroatisch-ungarische finan- 
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Industries and Industrial Arts. 

And^s (Louis Edgar). Die Harzprodukte. 
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Berseh (Josef). Die Malerfarben und Mal- 
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Biecf (F. C.) Naval boilers. A text-book for 
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Booth (Wi[llia]m H[enry]), and 
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Brownell (L. W.) Photography for the sports- 
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Cochrane (Charles H[enry]). Modern indus- 
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D^ehelette (Joseph). Les vases c^ramiques 
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Dillon (Edward). Porcelain. London: Afethuen 
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Gross (Otto). Der deutsche Barbier, Friseur 
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use of students at the Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology. . .Based on Professor R. H. Richards' 
** Notes on Iron." Boston: r. 7>^ [1904]. viii 
pp., 233 if., 60 diag., 66 pi., 2 tab. sq. 4^. 

Howson and Howson. Patents. A manual 
relating to United States patents for inventors and 
patentees. Philadelphia: Howson ^Howson, 1904. 

2 p. 1., 7-96 pp. 4. ed. 12*. 
Gift of HowsoD and Howson. 

Holbert (Archer Butler). The Great American 
canals, v. 2. Cleveland, O,, 1904. 12**. (His- 
toric highways of America, v. 14.) 

Musil (Alfred). Bau der Dampfturbinen. Leip- 
zig: B, G, Teubner, 1904. 6, 234 pp. illus. 8°. 

Petherbrid^e (Mary). The technique of in- 
dexing. London: The Secretarial Bureau, 1904. 

3 p. 1., ix-xvi, 2 1., 23-181 pp. 12*. 

Pohl (H), and Soschinski (B.) Die Leitun- 
gen, Schalt- und Sicherheitsapparate fUr elektrische 
Starkstromanlagen. Abt. i. Leipzig: S. Hirul, 
1904. 4°. (Handbuch derElektrotechnik. . . Bd. 6.) 

Satow (Ernest Mason). The Jesuit mission 
press in Japan. 1591-1610. London: Privately 
printed, 1888. 4 p. 1., 54 pp., 13 pi. sq. 4*. 

Starke (Hermann). Experimentelle Elektrizi- 
tStslehre, mit besonderer BerUcksichtigung der 
neueren Anschauungen und Ergebnisse dargestellt 
. . . Mit. . .in den Text gedruckten Abbildungen. 
Leipzig: B, G, Teubner, 1904. xiv, 422 pp. 8**. 

Thompson (John S[mith]). History of com- 
posing machines. A complete record of the art of 
composing type by machinery . . . Illustrated. Also 
lists of patents on composing machines, American 
and British. Chicago: The Inland Printer Co,, 
1904. 5 p. 1., 200 pp. 12". 

Tompkins (Albert Edward). A text-book of 
marine engineering. Second edition . . . with . . . 250 
illustrations. Portsmouth: J. Griffin 6* Co,, 1904. 
vii, 383, 19 pp., 95 plans, 5 pi. 4°. 

Proudfit Collection. 

Weifi^nd (Friedrich). Die mechanischen Vor- 
richtungen der chemisch-technischen Betriebe. 
fVien: A, Hartleben, 1905. xiii, 1 1., 416 pp. 12'. 
A. Hartleben's chemisch-technische Bibliothek 
Bd. 284].) 

Wright (J.) Electric furnaces and their in- 
dustrial applications. London: A, Constable 6* Co,, 
Ltd,, 1904. X, 288 pp. illus. 8". 


Military and Naval Art and 


C»sar» ship. The log of H. M. S. Caesar, 1900- 
1903, Mediterranean station. By K. McLean, and 
P. M. Donald. With an introduction by Lionel 
Yexley. London : The Westminster Press, 1903. 
8 p. 1., X, 98 pp., I map, 17 pi., 3 port. 12°. 
(The Log series, no. 6.) 

Proudfit Collection. 



Eelipse» ship. The commission of H.M.S. 
Eclipse, China station, 1901-1904. By S. E. Dun- 
slow» and R. J. Jones. London: The Westminster 
Press ^ 1904. 4 p. 1., 132 pp., I map, 8 pi. 12'. 
(The Log series, no. 18.) 

Prondfit Collection. 

•• Pox»** ship. The commission of H. M. S. 
** Fox," East Indies station, 1901-1904. By F. E. 
Nobbs. . .and W. T. Berger. London: The West- 
minster PresSf 1904. 8 p. 1., 295 pp., 36 pi. 12°. 
(The Log series, no. 19.) 

Proadfit Collection. 

Hill (Afrthur]). Watch bill for Royal marines. 
Portsmouth : J. Griffin 6* Co,, 1903. 156 pp. 
[3. ed.] i6'. 

Proudfit Collection. 

Holleben (von), Kapitdn. Deotsches Flotten- 
boch. Erlebnisse eines Seekadetten in Krieg und 
Frieden, bearbeitet von... von Holleben. Leip- 
zig: O, Spamer, 1905. viii, 404 pp., 4 pi. illus. 
10. ed. 8**. 

Proudfit Collection. 

Kretsehmer (Otto). Gefechtswerte von 

Kriegsschiffen. n. t,-p. Berlin: E. Grottke\\^^, 

22 pp., I chart. 4**. 

Repr. : ^*Schiffbau," Jahrg. 5, no. 18-21. Proudfit Collec- 

Lockroy (Edouard). Les marines fran9aise et 

allemande. Paris : H, C. Lavauzelie, 1904. 267 

pp. 12". 
Proudfit Collection. 

Patterson (Howard). Patterson's illustrated 
nautical encyclopedia. Revised . . . edition ... A 
work of reference for naval, revenue, coast survey, 
transport and lighthouse services. Cleveland^ O. : 
The Marine Pevtew Pub, Co, [cop. 1901] 17 p. 1., 
41-514 pp., I port. 4°. 

Proudfit Collection. 

Simpson (George). The naval constructor : a 
vade mecum of ship design for students, naval 
architects, shipbuilders and owners. New York: 
D, Van Nostrand Co., I904. i p. 1., ix, 588 pp. 
illus. I6^ 

Proudfit Collection. 

Tompkins (Albert E[dward]). Engine room 
watch and station bill. Devonport: Hiorns 6* Mil- 
ler [1904]. I p. I., ii, I 1., 156 pp. 2. ed. 12'. 

Proudfit Collection. 


Cohen (Hermann). System der Philosophic. 
Teil 2. Berlin, 1904. 8**. 

liindner (Theodor). Geschichtsphilosophie. 
Das Wesen der geschichtlichen Entwickelung. Ein- 
leitung zu etner Weltgeschichte seit der V5lker- 
wandemng. Stuttgart: J. G. Cotta, 1904. xii, 
242 pp. 2. ed. 8 . 

MetehnikolF (£lie). The nature of man : 

studies in optimistic philosophy. The English 

translation, edited by P. Chalmers Mitchell. New 

York: G. P, Putnam* s Sons, 1903. I p. 1., xvi, 

1 1., 309 pp., I port. 8**. 

Miller (John). Metaphysics; or, The science 
of perception. New York : Dodd, Mead &* Co, , 
1904. xxiv, 17-402 pp. 3. ed. 12". 


Bah» Ullah. The Book of Ighan, revealed by 
Baha Ullah. Translated by AH Kuli Khan, assisted 
by H. Mac Nutt. New York: G. V. Blackburne 
Co., 1904. viii, 190 pp. 8*. 

Gift of the Bahais Bd. of Counsel. 

Burton (Ernest DeWitt). Studies in the Gos- 
pel according to Mark. For the use of classes. 
Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1904. 
XXX, 248 pp., 2 maps. 12 . (Constructive Bible 
studies. 2 ser.) 

Cake (Lu B.) Who killed him? Gentiles, not 
Jews. A Gentile lawyer's answer. New York: 
L. B. Cake[cop, 1903]. 118 pp., I port. 12"*. 

Schiff Collection. 

Decharme (Paul). La critique des traditions 
religieuses chez les Grecs, des orig^nes au temps 
de Plutarque. Paris : A. Picard et Fils, 1904. 
xiv. 518 pp. 8**. 

Dobschuets (Ernest von). Christian life in 

the primitive church. Translated by ... G. Bremner, 

. . . and edited by ... W. D. Morrison. London : 

Williams 6* Norgate, 1904. xxxix, 438 pp. S"*. 

(Theological translation library, v. 18.) 

Dodds (R[obert] Clarence). Elisha, the man 
of God. Chicago: The Winona Pub, Co,^ 1904. 
4 p. 1., 362 pp., I port. 12'. 

Schiff Collection. 

Feehner (Gustav Theodor). Das BUchlein vom 
Leben nach dem Tode. Hamburg u. Leipzig: L, 
Voss, 1903. X, I 1., 86 pp. 5. ed. 16". 

Mathies (Albert). La theophilanthropie et le 
culte ddcadaire 1 796-1801. Essai sur I'histoire 
religieuse de la Revolution. Paris: F, A lean, 
1904. 4 p. 1., 754 pp. 8". (Biblioth^que de la 
fondation Thiers. [Fasc.] 4.) 

Forms part of the Biblioth^ue d'hiitoire contemporaine. 

Nichols (Thomas McBride). Preaching. A 
series of brief chapters. Philadelphia: Presbyterian 
Board 0/ Pub,, ic^^, 74 pp. 12°. 

Miller (W. R.), and others. The Chicago Sun- 
day school extension. By W. R. Miller, G. B. 
Royer, Mrs. D. L. Miller. M. R. Myers. R. W. 
Miller. Elgin: Brethren Pub. Ho., 1904. iv, 

2 I., 9-160 pp., I pi. 12*. 


Amer. Bureau of Shipping 
Avery, Sam'l P. (6 prints) 
Bahais Board of Counsel 
Beale, Charles C. . . . 
Belgium, Min. de la Justice 
Bohemian Publishing Co 
Borin, John T. . . 
Borin, Victor . . . 
Brown University . 
Burrows Brothers Co. 
Carr^re & Hastings 
Century Association . 
Century Company (26 prints, 

plates, etc.). 
Conn. State Comptroller . 
Crandall, Charles H. . . 
Cunard Steamship Co., Ltd 
6cole Polytechnique, Paris 
Ford, James B. ... 
France, Pr^fet de la Seine 
Grand Army of the Republic 

Guastavino, R 

Hamburg, Stadtbibliothek 
Haverhill, Mass., The Mayor 
Hayti, President of the Re 


Hozumi, Prof. Nobushige 
Huntington, Archer M. . 
Imp. Russian Geographical 


Japan, Railway Bureau . 
Keep, Miss H. E. . . 

Knox, John B 

Koln, Stadtbibliothek 
Larsson, Leonard . . . 
Lefferts, Marshall C. . 
Loubat, Due de . . . 
Louisiana, State Treasurer 
Maine State Library . . 
Maitland, Alex. . . . 
Maryland Geological Survey 
Mexico, Sec. de Fomento 
Mississippi Agric. & Mech 


Moore, John Bassett . . 
Municipal Journal . . . 
Netherlands, Bur. Central de 

Statistique . . . 
Netherlands, Koninklijke 

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New York Central & H. R. 

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New York City, Dept. of 


New York City, Police Dept. 
New York State, Com miss. 

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New York State, Historian . 
New York State, Library 
Nova Scotia, King's Printer.. 
Ohio, Agric. Experiment Sta- 

Ontario, Dept. of Agriculture 
Pacific Coast Gas Assoc. 

Peck, E 

Pennsylvania State Library . 
Piatt Iron Works Company . 
Post, Mrs. Edward C. . . 
Prudhommeaux, J. . . . 
Putnam's, G. P. Sons . . 
Quinabaug Historical Society- 
Raymond & Whitcomb . . 

Reydel, A 4 

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Root, Elihu I 

Scammon, Kansas, City Clerk i 
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Smithsonian Institution . . 22 
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Tiffany & Company ... i 
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Tufts College i 

U. S. Coast & Geodetic Sur- 
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U. S. Geological Survey (ip3 


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Andrew Carnegie. 

Cleveland H. Dodge. 

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Samuel Greenbaum. 

H. Van Rensselaer Kennedy. 

John S. Kennedy. 

Edward King. 

Lewis Cass Ledyard. 

Alexander Maitland. 
J. Pierpont Morgan. 
Morgan J. O'Brien. 
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Vol. IX. 

February, 1905. 

No. 2. 


Reference Department. 

During the month of January there were received at the Library, by pur- 
chase, 753 volumes and 460 pamphlets; by gift, 3,014 volumes and 3,494 pamphlets; 
and by exchange, 179 volumes and 6,191 pamphlets, making a total of 3,945 vol- 
umes and 5,343 pamphlets. 

There were catalogued 3,818 volumes and 3,888 pamphlets, for which were 
written 8,308 cards, in addition to which 3,493 slips were written for, and 13,777 
cards received from, the copying machine. 

The following table shows the number of readers, and the number of volumes 
consulted, in both the Astor and Lenox Branches of the Library, also the number 
of visitors to the Print Exhibition at the Lenox, during the month: 




No. of readers and visitors 










No. of readers 

No. of readers, desk aoDlicants 

No. of volumes consulted by desk applicants. . 
Daily average of readers 

Number of visitors to Print Exhibition, etc.. 


Circulation Department. 

The most popular books of the month were (in non-fiction): Montgomery's 
" Leading Facts of American History," McMurry's ''Elements of General Method," 
and Clement's "Handbook of Modern Japan*'; (adult fiction): Thurston's **The 
Masquerader, " Caine's **The Prodigal Son," and London's **The Sea Wolf"; 
(juvenile fiction): ** Alcott's ** Little Women," Wiggin's ** Rebecca of Sunnybrook 
Farm," and Dodgson's ** Alice in Wonderland." 







East Broadway, 33, 

Chatham Squarb. 

East Broadway, 197. ........ 

Educational Alliance Building. 

Eldridge Street, 184 

Bond Street, 49 

8th St., 135 Second Ave., 


loth St.. 331 East, 

Tompkins Squarb. 

22d St., 230 East, 


13th St., 251 West 

Jackson Square. 

23d St., 130 West, 


34TH Street, 215 East 

40th St. , 501 West 

St. Raphael. 

42d St., 226 West, 

George Bruce. 

50th St., 123 East, 


51st St., 463 West, 

Sacred Heart. 

59TH Street, 113 East 

67TH Street, 328 East 

69th St., 190 Amsterdam Ave.,. 

Travelling Libraries 

76th St., 538 East. 


79th St., 222-224 East, 


82d St., 2279 Broadway, 

St. Agnes. 

86th St., 536 Amsterdam Ave. . 

91st St. , 121 West, 


lOOth St., 206 West 


I loth St., 1 74 East, 


123d St.. 32 West 

Harlem Library. 

125TH Street, 224 East 

156th St., 922 St. Nicholas Ave., 
Washington Heights. 

Tottenville, 137 Johnson Ave 






































































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Among the important gifts of the month was a collection of 1,224 prompt 
books bequeathed to the library by the late George Becks. Mr. Becks, who died 
in St Louis in May, 1904, was born in Manchester, England, came to this country 
at the age of 19, and played for many years in stock and travelling companies^ 
such as Niblo's, Laura Keene's, Booth's, Mrs. Lander's, and others; his collection 
comprises mainly the English and American theatre of the 19th century, but in- 
cludes as well a number of classical plays of earlier date. 

From the Century Association were received 480 volumes of the Mercure de 
France^ which had been presented to the Century some years ago by Hon. John 
Bigelow; as these numbers added to the library file would make a fairly complete 
set from 17 17 to 1820, the transfer was made by the Century with Mr. Bigelow's 

Other gifts came from Benjamin Adams, a copy of Henry R. Stiles' ** History 
of Ancient Wethersfield, Connecticut," 1904, 2 vols. ; from the National Board of 
Education of Argentine Republic, through Miss Ernestina Lopez, 13 volumes and 
39 pamphlets, being text-books used in the schools of the Argentine Republic; 
from the Hofjaegermester of Denmark, Carl Bech, 47 volumes and 18 pamphlets, 
publications of the Samvirkende Danske Landboforeningers; from the Bibliotheca 
e Museu da Marinha, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2 volumes of its catalogue, 1904; from 
the Imperial Maritime Customs Department of China, 53 volumes and 130 pam- 
phlets, being reports on the trade at the treaty ports in China, and reports on the 
trade, navigation, industries, etc., of ports open to foreign commerce in China 
and Corea, the whole covering the period of about the last 40 years, etc. ; from 
the Colonial Order of the Acorn, ** Views of Early New York," being six views of 
the city engraved by E. D. French from the Vanderdonck, Meurs-Montanus, 
Seutter, Burgis, Russell, Rollinson originals, with text by six members of the 
order, privately printed, 1904; from the Timothy Bigelow Chapter of the Daughters 
of the American Revolution, its ** List of Soldiers in the War of the Revolution 
from Worcester, Mass.," 1902, and **A Book of Beverages'* published by the 
Chapter in 1904; from the Mayors of Italian cities, 70 volumes, being publications 
of Jocal Municipal Councils; from Miss Josephine E. Hodgdon, 26 volumes 
and 35 pamphlets, publications of the National Educational Association; from the 
India Office, 127 volumes and 27 pamphlets, being administration reports, census 
reports, etc. ; from the Interborough Rapid Transit Company, a volume descriptive 
of the New York Subway, its construction and equipment; from John S. Kennedy, 
a copy of the ** Bibliorum SS. Graecorum Codex Vaticanus 1209 (Cod. B.), denuo 
phototypice expressus iussu cura Praesidum Bybliothecae Vaticanae, pars altera 
Testamentum Novum " (Milan : U. Hoepli, 1904), being v. 4 of the ** Codices e Vati- 
canis Sclccti," No. 81 oi 100 copies printed; from Hon. W. P. Letchworth, i volume, 
"Poets and Poetry of Buffalo," edited by James N. Johnston, 1904; from the 
Town Clerk of London, i volume, ** Calendar of Letter Books. . . Letter Book F, 
circa 1337-1352," London, 1904; from Miss Margaret C. Marsh, two collections 
of musical scores and vocal music, comprising 405 pieces, published in the United 
States, most of them between 1830 and i860; from the Secretaria de Relaciones 
Exteriores of Mexico, 36 volumes, **Le Mexique au d^but du XXe Si^cle," par 
MM. Prince Roland Bonaparte, L^on Bourgeois, Jules Claretie and others, and 


Other publications; from the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund of New York 
City, 16 volumes of their *' Proceedings," 1844 to 1902; from James W. T. Scott,. 
120 numbers of the " Public Ledger" of Philadelphia, 1876; from Charles Scribner's 
Sons, 32 volumes and 7 pamphlets; and from the Unione Italiana Tramways 
Elettrici, Genova, Italy, i volume and 2 pamphlets of their publications. 

At the recent sale of duplicates from the library of the Historical Society of 
Pennsylvania the library secured five folio volumes of Votes of the Pennsylvania 
House, printed by Franklin between 1731 and 1757, two separate acts of Penn- 
sylvania forbidding swearing, and regulating Sabbath observance, printed by T. 
Bradford in 1794, and seventeen Federal financial and naval documents, folio and 
octavo, printed between 1798 and 1803. 

At the Lenox Branch the exhibition of etchings by F6lix Bracquemond and 
Robert F. Blum was continued, as was also the exhibition of Japanese prints. In 
addition, etchings by the late R. Swain Gififord were placed on view on the lower 
floor, where the Century Company's gift of prepared wood blocks, half-tone plates 
and electrotypes was also exhibited. At the Astor the plates illustrating anniver- 
saries and holidays were continued. 

At the Tompkins Square Branch the print room exhibition of plates from 
Maudsley's ** Ornamental Arts of Japan" was continued, as were the exhibitions 
of the Racinet costume plates at the i25TH Street Branch and the plates from 
Wilkie's Gallery at the Chatham Square Branch. At the 67TH Street Branch 
the Hollyer etchings were exhibited and at the Yorkville Branch the Racinet 
costume plates for the period after the i6th century. 

At the Circulation branches the picture bulletins and temporary collections of 
books on special shelves (many being selected with reference to the Free Lectures 
of the Board of Education) were as follows: 

Chatham Square, Socrates, Imperial Berlin, Lessing, Victor Hugo, Schiller, 
Carlyle, Goethe, Tolstoi, Heine; East Broadway, Famous men and women bom 
in January, Paul Revere, Robert Burns, Famous musicians. Victor Hugo, Socrates, 
St. Francis of Assisi, Lessing, Schiller, Beethoven, Goethe, Heine, Emerson, Car- 
lyle, Tolstoi, Germany, Ethics; Eldridge Street, Famous men and women bom 
in January, Paul Revere, Asiatic geography. North American geography, Shake- 
speare, Nathan Hale, Benjamin Franklin, Abraham Lincoln; Bond Street, 
Japanese-Russian War, Lincoln, New books, Texas, St. Louis Exposition, Ballads, 
Wireless telephony, Radium; Ottendorfer, First aid to the injured, Cairo, Con- 
stantinople, St. Petersburg, Vienna; Tompkins Square, Famous men and women 
born in January, Egypt, Benjamin Franklin, Abraham Lincoln; Jackson Square, 
United States navy, Musical novels, Beaconsfield, Abraham Lincoln^ New books; 
Muhlenberg, Castles and palaces of England, Westminster Abbey, Scotland, 
Wales, St. Louis Exposition, Songs of Moore, Agricultural wonders of the 
Louisiana Purchase, Ballads, Texas, Patriotic Songs, Beyond the Mississippi, Music; 
Thirty-fourth Street, Literature, Art, Natural Science, South America; Bruce, 
Music; Cathedral, Washington, Louisa M. Alcott, Hawthorne; Fifty-ninth 
Street, New Amsterdam and New York, 1609-1903, Famous men and women born 
in January, Russia; Sixty-seventh Street, Hawthorne, Longfellow, Whittier, 
Louisa M. Alcott, Little people of other lands, Hiawatha, Stories about animals. 


Cover designs for children's books; Riverside, English critics; Webster, Music; 
St. Agnes, India, Magnetism, Spain of to-day and the Alhambra, Electricity, 
Ceylon, Dynamical Electricity, Japan Korea and Manchuria, France, Sea Stories; 
Amsterdam Avenue, Robert Burns, New Books; Bloomingdale, Commerce, South 
America; Aguilar, Famous men and women born in January, A day with animals 
in Bronx and Central parks, Japan, China, Syria, India, Russia, Siberia, Mexico, 
American history, Washington, Lincoln, Jackson, Jefferson, Nathan Hale, Physio- 
logy, Art; Harlem Lii^rary, New books. Great novels as given by Stoddard in 
his ** Evolution of the English Novel**; One Hundred and Twenty-fifth 
Street, Costume, Domestic Economy, Stories of Russia; Washington Heights, 
Studies of European Life, Spain, Spanish America, Gulf and river of St. Lawrence, 
Literary and historic shrines of Boston and vicinity, Emerson, City of Washing- 
ton, Era of Discovery; Tottenville, Negro problem. South America, Coal, 


INDIES IN 1823. 

From the original manuscript in the New York Public Library. 

United States Schooner 

Ferret, Thompson Island 

June 25. 1823. 


Persuant to your instructions, I left this place on the 14^.^ inst on a cruise to 
Trinnadad on the south side of Cuba in company with the Beagle Cap^ Newton. 
On the second day we parted company and on the third day I made the Havanna 
(on my way to Matanzas) from thence I commenced a diligent search in all the 
by ports and bays, on Tuesday sending a boat into Canise and obtained infor- 
mation that some Pirates were still lerking about the coast. During the night I 
kept close in with the land & on Wednesday at 10 a. m. discovered an armed barge 
with 16 oars and well manned, in a small bay called Bacuna Yeanga. I immediately 
sent Leu! Doming with five men the most any boat could carry, to examine al^ 
the boats, there being seven in number; he approached within fifty yards of the 
barge when the crew shew their character, by opening a fire on him with musketry 
& blunderbusses, which fortunately did no other damage than nearly to sink the 
boat, she having received a ball at the water edge, five others were found in the 
boat, which being nearly spent had struck the water & inocently jumped into her, 
my boat at no time was suitable for the transportation of men & now rendered 
useless, induced me to take possession of a small coaster that was near & man 
her with fifteen men & at that time intended to stand in if possible with the Ferret 
in order to cover the men while they took possession of the barge which then had 
the American colours union down, but on approaching found that the channel 
wou'd not admit of my entering, it then blowing very hard and a heavy sea on, I 
deemed it proper to recall the coaster which had liked to have gotten ashore, for 
had that catastrophy occured, I question much whether the pirates would have had 
the gratification of butchering them, as they certainly would have been drown'd — 
the sea was then breaking with great vioFence over the reef that covered the bay. 
I was then compelled to resort to making tacks close in with the reef, and giving 
them long tom with round & grape, in hopes to destroy the boats. As to killing 
any of them it was impossible, for on the approach of the Ferret they would com- 
pletely secure themselves behind the rocks & trees which hung all around the 
harbour, but this I was frustrated in by the enormous roughness of the sea, and 
the wind being on shore, prevent me from taking any position from which I could 
anoy them much, finding it impossible to do anything with the means then in my 
power, I stood out to sea in hopes to fall in with some vessel from which I could 



get available boat (but I am sorry to say that it was not untill the next morning 
that my wishes were obtained) & if that could not be done to push to Matanzas, 
to concoct a plan with the governor by which the pirates as well as their boats 
may be taken. I however obtained a boat from an English vessel, & immediately 
bore up for the same place which was then but a short distance oft. I had not 
run but a short time when I discovered a Spanish brig of war laying too ofif the 
bay, which proved to be the Matas, on the report being sent to the Governor of 
Matansas that one of the U. S. Schooners were engaged with the Pirates, he dis- 
patched this brig and at the same time took with him a land force and had arrived 
there a few minutes before me, and had taken possession of a small schooner boat 
the Pirates had abandoned and which lay on the beach, I sent in my boat after he 
had left, and ordered a search, when two of the boats I had seen the day I attacked 
them, where found sunk well up a lagoon, which upon further examination extended 
several miles into the island, and have no doubt but that the large barge is now at 
the head of it, but not being prepaired with boats I did not think it proper to send 
my boats out of [reach?] of the Ferret. The two boats I have brought over and 
shall await your orders relative thereto. 

On my arrival at Matansas I found my main mast very dangerously sprunk, 
which made it necessary for me to return home, but not untill I had g^ven convoy 
to eight of our merchantmen, from Matansas & Havanna, 

I have the honor to be 

Very Respectfully 
Your OW Sv^. 

Thos. M. Newell 
Com?' David Porter 

Commander of the U. S. Naval 
forces West India Station 





Part II. J-Z. 

JaJirbueher der Biblischen Wissenschaft 
Ton H. Ewald. v. i-v. 12 erste H&lfte (1848-61, 
65). Gottingen, 1849-65. 8*. U. 

V. 1-3 (1848-51). N. 

Jahrbneher far deutsche Theologie. Hrsg. 
V. Dorner o. a. v. 1-23. Goihat 1856-78. 8°. U. 

Jahrbneeher far protestantische Theologie. 
Unter MitwirkuDg von Mitgliedem der theol. 
Facultfiten za Bern, Bonn, Giessen, Heidelberg, 
Kiel, Leiden, Strassburg, Wien, undZOrich... 
hrsg. von Hase, Lipsins, Pfleiderer, Schrader. v. 
I-18. Leipiig, 1875-92. 8'. U., N. 

Jahrbneeher der Theologie und theologischer 
Nachrichten. Hrsg. von F. H. C. Schwarz. v. 1-2. 
Frankjurt, 1824-5. 8'. U. 

Jahres-Bericht des Bundes der freien Ge- 
meinden und Freidenker-Vereine von Nord Ame- 
rika, igoi. Milwaukee, Wis., 1901. 8". N. 

JaJ&rsehrift for Theologie und Kirchenrecht 
der Katholiken. Hrsg. von einigen katholischen 
Theologen. v. 1-5. Ulm, 1806-22. 8*. U. 

Jannskoepfe ftlr Philosophie und Theoloeie: 
von A. Gttnther und J. H. Pabst. 1834. Wten, 
1834. 8*. U. 

Japan (The) Evangelist, v. 2, no. 6; v. 3, 
no. 1-2. Yokohama, 1895. 8'. N. 

John Lobb's Theological Quarterly, v. i. 

London, 1884. 8'. U. 

Continuation of IMcklnson's Theological Quarterly. 

Jonmal far auserlesene theologische Literatur. 
V. 1-5. NUrnberg, 1809-10. 8*. U. 

Continuation of Neaestes theologiiches Journal. Con- 
tinued as KrltlBChes Journal. 

Jonmal of Biblical Literature, v. i-date 
(1881-date). Boston, 1882-date. 8°. U. 


v. I-date. N. 

Current. Continuation of Joarnml of the Society of 
Biblical Literature. 

Jonmal of the Buddhist Text Society of 
India, v. 1-2. Supplement. Calcutta, 1893-95. 
8'. N. 

Jonmal of Christian education and family and 

Sunday-school visiter. Edited by B. O. Peers and 

B. I. Haight. v. 1-4. New York, 1839-42. 8'. 

N., G. ' 
▼. X, no. Z-Z3 have title Joarnal of religious education. 

Journal (The) of Christian Philosophy. The 
organ of the American Institute of Christian Philo- 
sophy. V. 1-3. New York, 1881-84. N. 

V. 2-3. 1882-84. U. 

Quarterly, v. x called Ohrlstimn Philosophy Quarterly. 
Continued as Clirlsttan Thought. 

Jonmal of Classical and Sacred Philology. 

V. 1-4. Cambridge, 1884-60. 8*. U. 


V. 1-3. 1854-57. G. 

Jonmal of Discourses, v. 1-9, 12, 14-15, 
16-18, 21-26. Liverpool, 1854-85. 8*. N. 

None published after v. 39. v. x-9 have title: Joamal 
of Discourses by Brigham Young, his counselors and the 
twelve apostles, v. ax-a6 ... by John Taylor. 

Jonmal (The) of the Friends' Historical 
Society, v. i-date. London, 1903-date. 8*. N. 

Jonmal far katholische Theologie; von einer 
Gesellschaft katholischer Theologen. v. i, nos. 
1-3. Hadamar, Frankfurt, I^png, 1902-03. 
8*. U. 

Jonmal (The) and Messenger, v. 68-date. 

Cincinnati, 1899-date. 8*. N. 


Jonrnal f ttr Prediger. v. 1-20. Halle, \']']o- 
1788. 8'. U. 

Jonmal of the Presbyterian Historical So- 
ciety. V. I-date. Philadelphia, 1902-date. 4*. N. 

Jonmal of religious education and family and 
Sunday-school visiter. See Jonmal of Christian 
education . 

Jonmal of Sacred Literature and Biblica 
Record. Edited successively by Kitto, Burgess, 
and Cowper. v. 1-7; new ser. 1-7; new ser. 1-14; 
new ser. i-io; 5th ser. 1-2. London^ 1848-68. 

8 . U., G. 

Series 3 and 4 have title: Journal of sacred literature and 
Biblical record. 

Journal of the Society of Biblical Literature. 
See Jonmal of Biblical Literature. 

Jonmal of Theological Studies, published 

quarterly. Ed. C. H. Turner, Barnes, v. i-date 

(1899-date). London, 1900-date. 8*. U.. G. 


Jonmal for Veredelung des Prediger- und 
Schullehrerstandes, des Offentlichen Religionskultus 
und des Schulwesens. Hrsg. von Jonathan Schu- 
derofif. 12 V. Altenburg, 1802-7. 8**. U. 

Kalendar (A) of the English Church, and 
Ecclesiastical Almanack for 1873, 1876, 1884-85. 
London [1872-84]. 12*. N. 

1867, 1869, 1871-4, 1876-87. G. 

Kansas Churchman. The official paper of the 
diocese, v. 28, no. 12. Topeka, 1901. f**. N. 

Kansas Presbyterian, v. 2, no. 2-7, 9-10. 
12-13; V. 3, no. 6. Wichita, Kan., 1900-1901. f*. 


Katechetisches Journal. Hrsg. von J. F. 

C. Graeflfe. v. 1-6. GotHngen, 1793-99. 8*. U. 

V. 4-6 have second title: Neues Journal fiir Katechetik und 




Katholik (Der); eine religiose Zeitscbrift zur 
Belebrung und Warnung. Hrsg. von G. Scbeib- 
lein. V. 1-29. Strassburg, 1821-29. 8*. U. 

Katholik (Der). Zeitscbrift fOr katboliscbe 
Wissenscbaft und kircblicbes Leben. Hrsg. von 
J. M. Raicb. Jabrg. 79-date. Maint^ iSQ^^^^ate. 
8". N.' 


Katholische Litteraturzeitung. See Lltter- 
sturBeitmiif fttr katboliscbe Religionslebrer. 

K»iib»b*i-Hind. v. 33, nos. 1-2, 8, 10, 12, 
17-18, 20-23, 25-26. 28-30, 37. 48-52 (1901). 
Lucknowy 1 901. 4°. N. 

Keysville (Tbe) Mission, v. i, no. 6. Keys- 
ville, Va., 1902. T. N. 

Kinf^om (Tbe). A weekly exponent of ap- 
plied Cbristianity. v. 7, no. i; v. 10; v. 11, no. 8. 
MifmeapoHs, 1894-98. V. N. 

V. 10, no. 18; V. II, no. 29. 1898-99. U. 

Ceased pnbUcatioo ao April, 1899. 

Kingman (The), n. s. v. i, no. 1-14; v. 2, no. 
15-23. Salt Lake City, i%(fi~iqoo, 8°. N. 

MonDOQism. Suspended publication. 

KirehenflT^sehiehtliche Studien. Hrsg. 

▼on KnOpfler, ScbrOrs, Sdralek. Bd. i-date. 

MUnsier, 1. W,, 1891-date. 8^ U. 


BMe|(si*nf (Der). Das ofiBzielle Organ der 

Heilsarmee in Amerika. no. 113-date. New York, 

1896-date. 8^ N. 


Kritische* Jonmal f Or das katboliscbe Deutscb- 
land. V. 1-8. Rotweil, 1820-27. 8'. U. 

Kiitiselies Jonmal der neuesten tbeologischen 
Literatur. Hrsg. von C. F. Ammon nnd Leon 
Bcrtboldt. v. 1-15. NUrnberg, 1813-23. 8'. U.,N. 

Coodnued as Nen«s Kritlsches JoomaL 1814-33 pub- 
lished in Suliharh. 

(£1) del Cristianismo: Periodico re- 
ligioso. V. I, nos. 4-10. Mexico , 187 1. 8°. N. 

I«abonrer (Tbe) and North British Catholic 
Review, no. 1-4 (Jan.-April, 1865). Edinburgh 
[1865]. 8*. N. 

lAlty's Directory to tbe church service, 
1825-26, 1829, 1831. London [1825-31]. 12°. N. 

I«ambeth Review, a quarterly magazine of 
theology. Christian politics, literature and art. v. i, 
no. I. London, 1872. 8'. U. 

I«amp (Tbe). A magazine for Christian 
workers, v. i, no. [i] (Jan. 1892.) Sheffield, 
Eng,, 1892. 8*. N. 

Iiane»»hirc (The) Congregational Calendar. 
1877-78. Manchester, 1877. i v. 8°. N. 

I«»tter D»y Saints Messenger and Advocate 
▼. 1-3. Kirtland, O., 1834-37. 8^ N. 

I«»tter D»y Saints Messenger and Advocate 
(The). V. I, no. 1-24; v. 2, no. 8. Pittsburgh, 
1844-46. 8*. N. 

Edited by S. Rigdon. no. 11-34 lu^ve title: Messenger and 
Advocate of the Church of Christ, v. 9 published at Green- 
castle, Pa. 

I«atter-day Saints Millennial Star. v. 1-28; 

T. 29. no. 14, 22; V. 30-31; V. 34-56; V. 59-date. 

Liverpool, Manchester, 1840-date. 8*. N. 

V. 0, 90, 36, 30, 37, 41 imperfect. Current. 

Lay (The) Evangelist, v. 4, no. 31. West 
Point, Ga,, 1901. f*. N. 

Loaves of healing: edited by J. A. Dowie* 
V. i-date. Chicago, 1894-date. f**. N. 

Leipmi§^er Repertorium der deutschen und 
auslfindischen Literatur. Unter Mitwirkung der 
Universitat Leipzig hrsg. von £. G. Gersdorf. 
V. 1-72. Leipzig, 1843-60. 8**. U. 

Leipsi§r®>* semitische Stodien. v. i, no. 1-2. 
1903. 2 pts. G. 

Lesson (Tbe) commentary on tbe international 
Sunday school lessons for 1880. New York, 1879. 

8^ N. 

Lesson (Tbe) System Magazine, for parents 
and Sunday school teachers, v. 1-2. Edinburgh, 
1883-85. l2^ N. 

Lettres ^diBantes et curienses Writes des mis- 
sions ^trang^res par quelques missionnaires de la 
Compagnie de J^sus. /'tfri/, 1717-76. 34 V. in 32. 
8*. • N. 

Continued by Annales de la propagation de la foi. 

Liberal (The) Christian, v. 22-30. New 
York, 1866-75. f. N. 

Weekly, v. 25 and 36 have some mistakes in numbering, 
but are complete. 

Liberal Preacher; a monthly publication of ser- 
mons by living ministers. Edited by T. R. Sulli- 
van. V. i; V. 3, no. 5, 12; V. 4, no. i, 4-5; n. s. 
V. I, V. 3, no. I. Boston, 1828-33. 8*. N. 

Liberal Review, v. i-date. Kansas City, 1904. 

V, N. 

A Continuation of Free Thought Magazine and Toreli 
of Reason. 

Liberator. 16. year, no. 800. Melbourne, 
1899. f**. N. 

Libro (El) de Oro. Tomo i . Ciudad de Mexico, 
1901-02. f. N. 


Life and Light for Woman, v. 10, no. 5; v. 11, 
no. 4; V. 12, no. 5-6, 10-12; V. 13, no. 4; v. 14, 
no. 11; V. 16^ no. 7-10; V. 17, no. 6, 10; v. 18, no. 
7; V. 20, no. lo-ii ; V. 21, no. i ; v. 23, no. 4-5, 7, 
9; V. 24, no. 3; V. 26-date. Boston, 1880-date. 

8^ N. 

Liffht (The) House, v. 10-13. Orlando, Flor- 
ida, 1896-1898. N. 
Monthly. Imperfect. 

Lion (The), v. 1-4. Ztf«<*»« [1828-29]. 8^ N. 

Literarisehes Centralblatt fUr Deutschland. 
Hrsg. V. F. Zamcke. 1864, '83-date. Leipzig, 




V. I, no. I. New 


Literary (Tbe) Churchman. 
York, 1878. 4*. 

Literary churchman and church fortnightly. 

V. 15-27, 29, 30, 32-38. 1869-92. London, 1869- 

92. 8°. G. 

V. x^ defective. 

V. 15-24 title reads: Literary churchman and critical record 
of current literature. None published after i8qa. 

V. 9-19. London, 1863-73. 8*. U. 

Many numbers missing. 

Literary churchman and critical record of cur- 
rent literature. See Literary churchman and 
chnrch fortnightly. 



Literary (The) Guide and nationalist reTiew. 
n. s. no. 19-date. (i898-<late.) London^ 1898- 
date. f. N. 


Literary and Theological Review, v. 1-6. 

New York, 1834-39. 8'. N., U. 

V. 1-2. 1834. G. 

Litterarischer Anzeiger far christliche Theo- 
logie und Wissenschaft Qberhaupt. Hrsg. von 

A. Tholuck. 1830-32, 41-48. ffalie, 1830-48. 
4'. U. 

Litteratnrseitiu&fl^ far katholiscbe Religions* 

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Jabrg. 1-8 ed. by F. H. Feldner,9-i4 by K. A. v. Masumg, 
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title K#tllollsclie Litteraturzeitiing. 

Little (The) Christian, v. 30-31. no. 3-16. 19- 

22 ; V. 32. no. 1-2. Boston, 1900-O2. f". N. 


Little (The) Wedge, v. i, no. i. Jamaica, 

N. K. 1899. 8'. N. 


Litor^sehes Jonrnal. Hrsg. von Heinrich 

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Litnri^ches Magazin. Von Geo. Fr. Seller. 
1784-86. Erlanfren, 1784-86. 8'. U. 

Livinff Church, v. 4-date. 1885-date. Chi- 
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V. 6. no. 51-52; ▼. 7. no. 2-3, 9. 13-16, 19- 

22; V. 8, no. I, 3-4,. 22-23; V. 9t no. 2-5; v. 10, no. 
27. 34-36. 39-44, 53; V. ". no. 1-2, 5-7, 9-", 14, 
18, 19, 21-22, 25-27. 31, 33-52; V. 12, no. 1-18, 
22, 26, 28, 30, 33, 35-53; V. 13. no. 7-8. 10-12, 
14-17. 21-22; V. 14, no. 36-52; V. 15, no. 1-30, 
32-52; V. 16; V. 17, no. i-io, 12-29, 31-39. 41-52; 
V. 18, no. j-5. 7, 9-33, 35-52; V. 19-datc. Chi 
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1883. 12'. N. 

1882, 1886, 1891. U. 

LiTini^ (The) Church Annual and Clergy List 
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Living (The) Church Quarterly, v. i, no. 3; 
v. 3; v. 4, no. I, 4; v. 5, no. 4; v. 6; v. 7. no. i, 4; 
V. 8, no. i; V. 9, no. i. 4; v. 10, no. i; v. 11, no. 
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1882-1885, Living Churcb annual; Ang. 1885-SepC. 1889, 
JJvtng Churcb annual and clergy list quarterly: Dec. 1889- 
Sept. 1902, Living Cburcb quarterly; 1903-04. Living Cburcb 

Lobb's (Tohn) Theological Quarterly. See John 
Lobb's Theological Quarterly. 

London (The) City Mission Magazine, v. 1-26. 
London, 1836-61. 8*. N. 

London (The) diocese book, Church calendar 
and general almanac for 1896. 31. year. London, 
1896. 1 2'. N. 

London Missionary Society. Quarterly Chron- 
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Lookout (The) for Christ and the Church. 
V. 12, no. 1-8, 10-14. 16-30, 32-46, 48-52; V. 13, 

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Letuflblftthen. . .enhaltend Originalartikel. . . 
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Cloeed publication in 1900. 

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I^ither League Review; ofiBcial organ of the 
Luther League of America, v. 12-date. New 
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Current, v. ia-13. no. 5, published in Waahington, D. C 

Lutheran (The), v. 4, no. 14-52; v. 5; v. 8, 
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Lntheran Almanac. 1865-67, 1869, 1S79, 
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Lutheran Church Review, v. i-date. Phila- 
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Lutheran Messenger. Published in the in- 
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V. 1-3; v. 4, no. 1-7. New York, 1899-1902. 4*. N. 

Lutheran (The) Missionary, v. 3, no. t6. 
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Lutheran Quarterly, v. i-date. Gettysburgk^ 

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Maatsehappy van zendelingschap tot voord- 
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Gedenkschrif ten. Benevens eenige daartoe betrek- 
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McAll Mission in France. See AmeHean 
(The) McAll Record. 

Madras (The) Christian instructor and mis- 
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different denominations in Madras, v. i, no. 2-6, 
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With supplement called nindu idols. 

Madras Native Herald, v. 6, nos. 8-16, 18- 
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Ma§r»sin f Ur christliche Dogmatik und Moral, 
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M»|f»sln f ttr die neueste Geschichte der protes- 
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M^CT'^Biiie of Christian Literature. See 
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MAlnaer Monatschrift von geistlichen Sachen. 
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Man. A weekly journal of progress and reform. 
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** Mmncherlei Gaben und ein Geist" Homi- 
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Wanhmtian and De La Salle Monthly, v. 6, 
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Majftifesto (The). Published by the United 

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Masaachiisetts (The) missionary magazine, 
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Hedical Missionary Record, v. i, nos. i, 4, 
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10*11; V. 9, no. 1-2, 1886-94. N. 


Medical Missions at Home and Abroad. 
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Memorabilien, eine pbilosopbiscb-tbeolo- 
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Meeea^er evang^lique. Ann^ i, no. 5-6; 2, 
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Messeni^er (The), v. ii-date. (1896-date.) 

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Messenfl^r and Advocate of the Church of 
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Messeng^er and Missionary Record of the 

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Messenger (The) of the Reorganized Church 
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Messenf^er (The) of the Sacred Heart, a 
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Messeni^er (The) of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. 
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Messenfl^er (The) of truth. An Advocate and 
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MessUth Pulpit, New York. Sermons of M. 
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Imperfect. Continuation of Unity Pulpit, Boston. 



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MeU&odist (The) Almanac. 1854, 1863-64, 
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Methodist Magazine, v. 23, 25-29, 31, 34- 
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Methodist Magazine [New York]. See 
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Methodist magazine; or, Evangelical reposi- 
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Methodist Magazine and Quarterly Review. 
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Methodist Quarterly Review. 5^/ Metho- 
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V. 12-14. 

3 V. 

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Methodist (The) Review of Missions, n. s., 
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Missionary Magazine and Chronicle, relating 

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Nederlandsche Zendelinggenootschap. Sre 
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8*. N. 

Imperfect file. 

New Brunswick Review. May, 1854-Febr. 
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New Century Education. A montbly paper 
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New (Tbe) Cbristianity. v. 3, no. 23-26; v. 

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Current. Monthly. 

New Cburcb (Tbe) Almanac. Boston [1889]. 
12'. N. 

New Cburcb Herald and Monthly Repository. 
See New Cburcb Repository and Montbly Review. 

New Cburcb Messenger, v. 34-56; 59-62, 64- 
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▼. 46-6S incomplete. 
New Cburcb Preacber. part 10. London, 1840. 

8^ N. 

Nenr Church Record, v. i, no. 12, 13, 15, 18, 
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New Church Repository and Monthly Review. . . 
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V. 4-7; n. s. V. I, no. 3; v. 2, no. 3, 4, 6, 

8 (1851-54). ' U. 

n. s., V. a. has title: ** New Cburcb Herald: a Montbly Re- 

New Church Review, published quarterly, v. i, 
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V. I, no. 4; V. 2, no. 3-4. U. 

New Church Review. A quarterly journal of 

the Christian thought and life set forth from the 

Scriptures by Emanuel Swedenborg. v. i-date. 

Boston, 1894-date. 8'. N., U. 


New En§^land Catholic Historical Society. 
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New En§^Uuid Evangelist. Issued occasion- 
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England. 1902. Boston, 1902. 12". N. 

New Eui^land Methodist Historical Society. 
Proceedings at the 2. annual meeting. Boston, 

1882. %\ N. 

New Hampshire Repository, v. i; v. 2, 
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New Harmony and Nashoba Gazette. See Free 
(Tbe) Enquirer. 

New (The) Ideal. A journal of independent 
modem thought. Bi-monthly, v. i, no. 3. 
Dulutk, 1898. 8'. N. 

New Jerusalem (Tbe) Magazine, and intel- 
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V. 43, no. 9; new ser. v. 4, no. 2; v. 5, 

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V. I. G. 

New Jerusalem Messenger. See New Church 

New (Tbe) Man ; a montbly magazine devoted to 

the mastery of sin, disease and poverty through tbe 

orderly development of faculties active or latent in 

all men. P. Braun, editor, v. 4-7. Lawrence, 

Kan, [i 898-1901.] 8'. N. 

Changes in sub-title and place of publication. Continued as: 

New (The) Orthodoxy, no. i. (Oct., 1897.) 
London, 1897. 8*. N. 

New (The) Philosophy, v. i-date. Urbana, 
0,,SLnd fValtkam, JIf ass,, iSgS-^te, 4**. N. 

Current. Montbly until 1900, then quarterly. 

New Princeton Review, v. 1-6. New York, 
1886-88. 8'. N.. U. 

Continuation of Princeton Review. Discontinued. 

New (The) Thought, v. 4, no. 6-12; v. 5, no. i. 
Melrose, Mass,, 1898. 4*. N. 

Continued from Sept., 1898, as Free Man. 

New World, quarterly review of religion, ethics 
and theology, v. 1-9. Boston, and New York, 
1892-1900. 8°. U. 


New Tork Baptist Annual. 1870, 1872-74. 
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1870, 1872-81, 1885. U. 



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Current, no. 4 of aA vol<ini« coeuiiu Aanaal Rtpan of 
the MiBko. 

W«w York Ecclesiologist. v, 1-5(1848-53). 
JVtiB YBri. 1848-53. 8°. N. 

». 1-3- 1848-51. G. 

Nbw York (The) EvaDnliit. Sit Evaairel- 
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K«w Tork Ladies' Hom« Misiion Society. 
Stt MoatUr Echo of the Orifpnal Five Points 

If«w Tork MesicDger. P. P. P[att. 
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Now Tork Missionary Magaiine and Reposi. 
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T. 1-3. tBoo-ot. 1 

Sow Tork Observer, t. 9-33; v. 36-31; 

37. r 

.. 13; 

■ si; 

. 47. n 

l-a, 6, 8-ia, 15, ig, 33-33. 36, 38-35, 37-53; ¥.48, 
BO. 51; V. 49, 00. a-4, 7, 9-12, 14, 17, 34-^46, 48- 
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1-3, 6-15, 23, 30, 41-44. 46-47. 49, 5»; »■ S5. no. 
5, 9. 14-TS, 18, ao, 33, 35-36, 33, 40; », s6, no. 
30-3I, 36, 30, 38,45, 50; T. 57, no. 3, 5, 18-31, 
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19-35, 36, 28, 30-34, Sa; T. 59. no. 1. 6-7, 9-14. 
II. 3S. 41-46: V. 60. no. 9-15. 17-33, 33-34, 38- 
ja, 34-3S. 37-3-J. 44-45. 49: »■ 61, no. 37, 48; 
>- 30, 36; V. 63, no. 34. 46: »■ 64. 


t. 66. ! 

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'■ 67, . 

IS, 36, 39-31, 33-37; T. 69. r 
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48-53; V. 71, no. 1-20, 23-25, 27. 39-34. 36-38. 
40, 53; T. 73, no. 1-17, 19-30, 35-36. 33-53; V. 73. 
00. 1-41. 43-5»: T- 74. no. i-6, 8-10, 13. 15-33, 
36-44, 46-51. S3; V, 75. no. 1-39. 33-47. 49-52 
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1B73 litle nacti Jubiltc year book al Ibe New York ObKner. 

Neir Tork Rescue and Mission Worker. Ste 
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VfiB K«-i, 1883-1903. f. N. 
urches and Journal of Missions. 
-March, 1S63}. Lenden, 1854- 

7-13; v. 5-9;'- 10. DO. 1-3. 1854-63. N. 

Comipued u ChrlMImn Work. 
Nianw ar.-hief voor kcrkelijice geschiedenis 
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Leidin, 1853-54. 8°. N. 

Corlinuilan of N»d«rl«D4«cb uchieC toot kcikelijke 

Nieuwo jaarboeken voor wetenscbappclijke 
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North Africa: monthly record of the North 
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1891. 4°. >-'. 

North-A^nrlean Protestant Magaiine, or 
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8*. N. 

North Georg:ia Baptist, v. 10-13, 44, 46-49, 
St. Cumming, Co., 1900-1903. f°. N. 

With r. 11 title chancee to " Nonb GeorgUn." tnipcrfcct. 

North Georgian. Stt North Georgia Baptist. 

North and West. 3MWootem(The) Presby- 

Northem Christian Advocate, v. 53-56. 60- 

61. Syratutt, A'. Y., 1893-1901. (*. N. 

Northwoot Baptist, v. 16. no 3. Winnipfg. 

NonToIlo Revue de Theologie. v. i. Mqh- 

/dk jitx, 1 89 1 . 8°, U. 

Coniinnuiaii of BcToe Tbtelogtque. 
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NouTOllo Revne Theologique. Editors, Piat 
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Table raison<!e et alphabritiqne, . . depuis 

1738 jusqu'en 1760 inclusiveinent. a v. n. p. 
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Kama, lS9S-date. 8°. N. 

CootiDiwiion ol Bnll«tlB« di ucfaeolotii crliiiana. 

Nye's Illustrated Church Annual, showing the 
origin, work, and progress of the Church of Eng- 
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8°. N. 

Oberlln (The) Evangelist. A semi monthly 
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v. 1-3. Oitriin, 1S39-4I. 1°. .N". 

OberllB Quarterly Review, v. 1-4- Oierlin. 
1845-49. 8°. N . t. 


ObserTMlor (El) Catolico. Periodico religio^>, 
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Occident (The). Presbyterian paper of the 
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1. 34; » 

14. ■ 

7. 19, no. 6. 36, 38; V. 30, no. 3, 14, 38, 51-53; v. 
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San Frantiiio, 1873-I9OO. 4°. N. 

Sept. 14, 1893; Dec. 14, i89B-July4, iitoii. 

Weekly. Ceued publicuioo with Jul)' 4. ipso. U. 



Oeenlt (The) and Biological Journal. Devoted 
to biology, metaphysics and esoteric sciences, v. 
1-2. AppUgate, CaL, 1901-02. 8*. N. 

▼. 1-9 is V. 13-14 of the Esoteric series. 

Oecolt Science, v. i, no. 1-2. Columbus, O., 
1897. S*. N. 

Officer (The) of the Salvation army: a monthly 

magazine for circulation among officers of the 

Salvation army only. v. 2-3. London [1894-95]. 

8*. N. 

▼. a-3 ed. by F. de L. Bootb-Tucker. 

Official year-book of the Church of England. 
I Pub. by the] Society for Promoting Christian 
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1883-1903. 21 V. G. 

1883. U. 

Oflbrd*s Pulpit of the Day. v. i (1873). ^^^ 
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vol. I. no. 2. New York, 1873. U. 

Old-Latin Biblical texts, no. 1-4. 1883-1897. 


Old and New Testament Student. Ed. W. R. 
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1889-92. 8^. U. 

V. II, no. 4-6; V. 12, no. 1-5; v. 13. no. 6; 

v. 14, nos. 1-6; V. 15, nos. 3-6 (1890-1892). N. 

Cootionatton of Old Testament Student. Continued as 
Biblical World. 

Old Testament Student. Editor W. R. Har- 
per. V. 3-8 (Sept. 1883-June 1889). 6 V. Chicago 
and New Haven, 1884-89. 8*. U. 

V. 5, no. 5; V. 6. no. 3-5, 7-10; v. 7, no. 

1-3. 5-10. 1886-88. N. 

Cootinoation of Bob reur Student. Continued as Old 
aad New Testament Student. 

Old Theology Quarterly, no. 12, 21, 41. [AlU- 
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Olive Branch (The) ; or, Messenger of Good 
Tidings to the Meek. v. 3, no. 10. Kirtland, O,, 
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Oracle ( The) of Reason ; or. Philosophy Vin- 
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No. 1-7 edited by C. Southwell; a-36 by G. J. Holyoake; 
37- 49 by T. Paterson. 

Oriental and Biblical Journal. Edited by 
Stephen D. Peet. v. 1 (1880). Chicago, 1880. 
S\ U. 

V. I, no. 3. N. 

Consolidated with Amerlcmn Antiquarian. 

Oriental Christian Spectator. 7 v. Bombay, 
1830-36. 8*. U. 

Oriental Church Magazine, devoted to religion, 

science, literature and art. Edited by Nicholas 

Bjerring. v. 1-3 (1878 N0V.-1881 Oct.) New 

York, 1879-81. 8'. U. 

V. 1-2. 1878-80. N. 


Orientalische und exegetische Bibliothek. 
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▼. t4 contains index to v. 1-94. 

Orthodox Catholic Review. Ed. J. J. Over- 
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Onr Banner. Monthly mag^ine devoted to the 
Principles of the Reformed Presbyterian Church. 
1875 (Nov.); 1880 (June, July); 1882 (July, Aug.); 
1884 (Sept.); 1885 (May). Philadelphia, 1875- 
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v. T, no. 4-8, 10; V. 2, no. 10-12; v. 3, no. 

4-5 f 8-9; V. 5, no. 3-4; v, 6, no. 9. 1874-79. N. 

Onr Mission Field. Published by the Ladies' 
Board of Missions of the Presbyterian Church, v. 
I-15. New York, 1871-85. 12**. U. 

V. 13, no. 5, 12; V. 15, no. 1-2, 4-6. 

1883-85. N. 

Combined with Wommn'S Work for Woman. A few 
numbers lacking in both sets. 

Our Monthly: a religious literary magazine for 
the family, v. i-io. Cincinnati and Philadelphia, 
1870-74. 8^ U. 


V. I, no. 5; V. 2, no. 12; v. 3, no. 13-18; 

V. 5, no. 26-28, 30; V. 6, no. 32, 35-36; v. 7, no. 
38. 40-42; V. 8, no. 43-47; V. 9» no- 49-54. 
1870-74. N. 

Onr National Pulpit. Ed. S. H. Cumming. v. 
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Ontlook (The), v. 2-9, 19, 21. 23-25, 3i-32» 

35-datc. New York, 1870-datc. f', 4", 8'. N- 


V. 9-47 have title Ohrlstimn Union. 

V. a, 5, fr-9, 19, 21, 93-85, 35-36» 4o-4" imperfect. 

1870-date. U. 


Outlook (The) and Sabbath Quarterly. See 
Sabbath (The) Outlook. 

Paeifle Christian Advocate, v. 46-47. Port' 
land, Oregon, 1900-1901. f" and 4*. N. 

Paeifle (The) Churchman, v. 36, no. 7-9, 13, 
15-16, 19, 21-24; ▼• 37. no. I, 3-26; v. 38, no. 
1-24: V. 39, no. 1-2, 4-10. San Francisco, 1900- 

1903. r. N. 

V. 25-date. 1 89 1 -date. G. 

Paeille Expositor. Edited by W. A. Scott. 

V. 1-3 (1859 July-1862 June). San Francisco, 

1860-62. 8^ U., N. 

Ceased publication. Incomplete^ 

Palmblaetter. Organ far christliche Mit- 
theilungen. Hrsg. von Friedr. Wilh. Krummacher. 
V. 2-5. Elberfeld, 1845-48. 8*. U. 

Panoplist (The). See Missionary Herald. 

Panoplist and Missionary Magazine United. 
See Missionary (The) Herald. 

Parish Magazine, edited by J. E. Clarke. 
1870-73. London [1870-73]. 2 v. 8*. N. 

Parry's Literary Journal. See Utah Monthly 

Parry's Monthly Magazine. See Utah 
Monthly Magazine. 

People's Christian Weekly, v. i, no. 7, q- 
Laurel, Miss., 1902. f. N. 

People's (The) Pulpit. A weekly publication 
containing sermons and literary reviews. By Stephen 
H. Tyng, Jr. v. i, no. 8; v. 3, no. 26; v. 4, no. 
112; V. 5, no. 129; V. 6, no. 150; v. 7. no. 174, 187- 
191, 193, 195, 198-199. New York, 1874-1879- 
8\ N. 



V. I, nos. 5, 6, 12, 13, 14; V. 2,110s. 24, 27; 

V. 3, nos. I, 4; n. s., v. 3, nos. 1-5, 7-1 1, 13, 14, 
17-24; V. 4, nos. 3-27. New York^ 1874-79. U. 

Perfect (The) Gospel Advocate. Christmas, 
rgoo. Wrenthorpe^ Eng,^ 1900. nar. 8'. N. 

Perfeetioniat (The) and Theocratic Watch- 
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Petit Almanach de TCEuvre de la Propagation 
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i6'. N. 

Petits Souhaits tires des Lettres de Saint Fran- 
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PhUadelphia Methodist. [Edited by] S. W. 

Thomas, v. 25-26. Philadelphia, 1 900-1901. V. 


Philadelphia recorder, v. 2-4, 7, 8. 1824- 
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Philadelphia* representing the religious 
interest of Princeton College, v. 1-2. Princeton, 
1887-1888. 8'. U. 


Pilgrim (The) Missionary, v. 9-date. Boston, 
1896-date. 8*. 

Pil§^rlm or Monthly Visitor, nos. 1-4, 6-8, 
11-12. New Haven, i%22-* 2^, 8'. U. 

Pilot (The). V. 63, no. 27, 29-33, 35-52; v. 64, 
no. 1-19, 33; V. 65, no. 5, r8, 25, 27-28, 32, 34. 36- 
42, 44-50. 52; V. 66, no. 3-28, 30-33. 37, 40-42, 50. 
Boston, 1900-03. f'. N. 

Pilot (The). A weekly review of politics, litera- 
ture and learning, v. 1-9. London, 1900-1904. 4*. 

A High Church paper. Discootioued 16 Jan., 1904. 

Pionier (Der). Herausgegeber, K. Heinzen. 
T. 3-v. 19, nos. 1-44. Boston, 1856-72. V. N. 
Previous to 1859 published in New York. 

Pittsbar§r (The) Catholic, v. 60, no. 48. 
Pittsburg, 1903. £•*. N. 

Pitt8bar§^ Christian Advocate. [Edited by] 
C. W. Smith. V. 67-68. Pittsburg, 1900-1901. 

r. N. 


Pittsbnrffh (The) Pulpit. 1872-73. [Pitts- 
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V. I, nos. 4-12. Pittsburgh, 1873-74. U. 


Plymoath Pulpit; weekly publication of ser- 
mons preached by Henry Ward Beecher. v. i-io 
(1868-73); n. s. V. 1-4 (1873-75). New York, 1868- 

75. 8'. U. 

Imperfect. Continued as PnlpiC of to-day. 

V. I, no. 1-5, 7, 9-12, 24; V. 2, no. 5, 10, 

13, 15, 17-23. 25-26; V. 3, no. 1-2, 8-16, 18-20; V. 
4, no. I, 3, 5, 7. 18, 25; V. 5, no. 1-26; V. 6, no. i- 
3, 5-8. 11-12, 14, 16-23; V. 7, no. 1-2, 5. 8, 10, 14, 
18-19, 21; V. 8, no. 3, 5-6, 9-10, 17-18; V. 10, no. 
8, 14, 18, 24; new ser. v. i, no. i; v. 2, no. 7, 21, 
26; V. 3, no. 10, 21-23; V. 4, no. i, 3; v. 5, no. 1-26; 
V. 6, no. 1-3, 6, 9, 14, 16-22; V. 7, no. i, 5, 8. lo; 
V. 8, no. 5, 15-19, 21, 23-24; V. 9, no. 9. New York, 
1868-84. 8'. N. 

Extra number Thanksgiving Day. 1868. N. 

[PositiTist Society of London.] Newton Hall: 
London Positivist Committee. Report[s] for the 

year[sj 1 884-1 885. [London: IV, Speaight &^ Sams,} 
1884-1885. 8'. N. 

See also Society of Humanity. 

Practical Christian, v. 11-12, i8-ao. Mil- 
ford, Mass., 1850-60. V, N. 

V. 5-6. 1840. G. 

Continuation of Oiiroillcle of the Church. 

Preacher and Homiletic Monthly. .S^/Hond- 
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Preacher's (The) Helper, v. 6, no. 5; v. 11, 
no. 6. C/(f<7i»<i, /^tf., 1899-1901^ 8*. N. 

Preacher's (The) Lantern, v. i. London^ 

1871. r. N. 

Preacher's Magazine, v. i, no. 2; ▼. 2, no. 

6, 8, 11; V. 3, no. 4, 7; V. 4, no. 2; v. 5, no. 5. 7. 11; 
V. 6, nos. I, 3, 7, 8, 9; V. 7, no. 4. New York, 1891- 
8. 8'. U. 

Ed. Ketcham, Monthly. 

Pre§^ador (O) C^hrist&o. y. 7, no. lo-ii. 
Rio Grande do Sul, 1884. f**. N. 


Presbyterian (The). No. i. Dun[dee\ 

1843. 4'. N. 

Presbyterian (The), v. 63. no. 38; v. 25-44; 
V. 70-V. 74, no. 20. /'^i7((MV(^^^,i855-I904. f. N. 

1852-54, '56-62, '67-76, '79-1904. U. 


Presbyterian (The), v. 43-44. Toronto, 
1902-03. f. N. 

Presbyterian. A magazine for the Church 
and Family, conducted by members of the Free 
Church of Scotland, nos. i, 2, 7, 9, 10. Edin- 
burgh, 1871-72. 8^ U. 

Presbyterian Banner, v. 66, no. i, 8-9; ▼. 
82, no. 37; V. 86, no. 29-52; v. 87-v. 88. no. 1-37, 
39-47, 49-52; V. 89-v. 90, no. 1-29. Pittsburgh, 
1879-1903. f^ N. 

Presbyterian Critic and [Bi-jmonthly review. 
2 V. Baltimore, 1855-56. 8 . U. 

Presbyterian Expositor. Monthly periodical 
Ed. N. L. Rice. 1857 (Dec), 1858 (Jan.-May, 
July-Nov.), 1859 (Feb.) Chicago, 1857-59. 8*. 


V. 2. no. 4. 1859. N. 

Presbyterian Historical Society Journal. See 
Journal of the Presbyterian Historical Society. 

Presbyterian (The) historical almanac and 
annual remembrance of the church, by J. M.Wilson. 
V. i-io. Philadelphia, 1859-68. 8°. N. 

Presbyterian Home Missionary. See Rocky 
Mountain Presbyterian. 

Presbyterian Home Missions. See Rocky 
Mountain Presbyterian. 

Presbyterian (The) Journal; a family religi- 
ous newspaper published weekly, v. 5, no. 49; 
V. 7, no. 13; V. 22, no. 33; v. 25-28. Philadelphia, 
1 880-1903. 4*. N. 

1889, I 894-1904. U. 

Merged with the UTesf mlnsterj April a, 1904. 

Presbyterian Magazine. Edited by C. Van 
Rensselaer, v. 1-10(1851-60). Philadelphia, iSsi- 
60. 8^ U. 

v. 2-10(1852-60). N. 

No more published. 



PresbyteriaA Magazine, edited by Wm. Neill 
and a number of literary gentlemen, v. i~2 (1821- 
32). 2 V. Philadelphia, 1821-22. 8'. U. 

Continued as Ohrtstlmn Advocate. 

PresbyteriaA (The) Magazine, n. s., v. i, 
no. I. [Edinburgh^ 1833. i\ N. 

Presbyterian Monthly, v. 1-5 (Jan., 1866- 
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V. I, no, 4, 8, lo-ii; v. 2, no. 1-2, 4. 10, 

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Presbyterian Monthly Record, v. 19-37 
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V. I9-3X have title : Reeord of the Presbyterian Church, 
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Presbyterian Preacher, ed. S. C. Jennings. 
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Presbyterian Quarterly Review. B. J. Wal- 
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Combined with American Theological Review as 
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Presbyterian and Reformed Review, v. i- 
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Presbyterian Review. Editors, A. A. Hodge. 
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N.. U. 
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Preussische Zehenden allerhand geistlicher 
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Primer Calendario para los Artesanos, 1861. 
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Primitive (The) Catholic, v. 4, no. 15: v. 5, 

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22; V. 13, no. I, 2, 6, 8-24; V. 14-V. 16, no. i-ii, 13, 

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8-9, 11-19. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1888-1901. f. N. 

Primitive Church Magazine, advocating the 
constitution, faith and practice of the apostolic 
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8". N. 

Princeton (The) Magazine, no. 1-12. Prime- 
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Princeton Theological Review, v. i-date. 
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Prophetic (The) Almanac. Orson Pratt, 1845- 
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Prophetic (The) Times and Watch Tower: 
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V. I, nos. 2-4; V. 2, no. 2; v. 3, no. 7-12. 

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Protestant (The) Almanack. By Philoprotest 
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Protestant (The) annual; exhibiting the de- 
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Protestant (The) Churchman. See Church 
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Protestant (The) Dissenters' Almanack and 
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Protestant Episcopal review, v. 7-13. 1893- 
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Pnlpit (The), a magazine of sermons, v. 10, 
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Pnlpit and Pew, monthly magazine for pastor 

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Pnre Catholicism (El Catolicismo neto), no. 5. 
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Qnaker (The), v. 3, no. 10. Philadelphia, 
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Qnaker Notes and Queries, v. i, no. i. 
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Qnarterly Christian Spectator, conducted by 
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Quarterly Chronicle of the Transactions of 
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8^ U. 

Qnarterly Journal of the American Unitarian 

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Quarterly Journal of Prophecy, v. 5-25. 
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Quarterly Leaf of the Foreign Sunday School 
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Quarterly Message concerning church mis- 
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Quarterly Register of the Alliance of Re« 

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Quarterly Review of the American Protestant 
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Quarterly Review of the Evangelical Lu- 
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Quarterly Review of the Methodist Episcopal 
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Quarterly Review of the Methodist Episcopal 
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Quarterly Review of the United Brethren in 
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Quarterly Theological Magazine and religi- 
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Quarterly Theological Review. Conducted 
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Quarterly Theological Review and Ecclesia*;- 
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United in 1837 with BrttUll Critic. N., G. 

Quarterly (The) of the Young Men's Christian 
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Radical (The) Review. v. i, no. i. New 

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Raion y Fe; revista mensual redactado por 

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Reasoner (The). A journal of freethought 

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Various changes in subtitle. 



Record of the Bible Society. See Bible Soci- 
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Record of Christian Work. Edited by W. R. 
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V. 17, no. 7-9; V. 18, no. 6-9; v. 19, no- 

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Early 00s. published io New York and Chicago. Monthly. 

Record of Presbyterian Church in U. S. A. See 
Presbyterian Monthly Record. 

Record (The). Containing reports of Evan- 
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38-49. 56-58. 62-69; V. 5. no. 71-76; V. 6-14, 16; 
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Referee (The), v. i, no. 1-2. Salt Lake City, 

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R^flecteur (Le). Organe de T^glise de J^us- 
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Refomubtion (The) defended against the errors 
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Reformed (The) Church Almanac and Year 
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Reformed Church Historical Magazine, v. 3. 
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Continuatioo of Reformed Chnrch Magazine. 

Reformed Church Magazine, v. 1-2. Reading, 
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Cootinued as Reformed Chnrch Historical Magazine. 

Reformed Church ^Messenger, v. 48; v. 49, 

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Lebanon, 1900-1904. T. N. 

Weekly. No break betwern no. 23 of v. 69 and no. aa of v. 
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break between v. 61 and v. 7a. 

Reformed Church Monthly, v. 1-8. Phila- 
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Eds. Bomberger, Good, Klein. Incomplete. 

Reformed Church Review. 4th ser., v. i-date. 

(1897-date.) Philadelphia, 1897-date. 8'. U. 

Continuation of Reformed Quarterly Review. Cnrrent. 

4S€r., V. 2-date. (1898-date.) N. 


Reformed Episcopal Church Year Book and 
Calendar. i889/90-'9o/9i. Philadelphia [1889- 
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Reformed Presbyterian Advocate, v. 13-24. 

Philadelphia, 1879-90. 8^ U. 

V. 9, no. II. 1875. N. 

Reformed Presbyterian and Covenanter. Com- 
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Refbrmed Presbyterian Magazine. Monthly. 
1871 (July. Oct., Nov.); 1872 (Jan., June, July, 
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Reformed Presbyterian Witness. 1866 (Nov.), 

1867 (Jan., July). 1870 (Sept.), 1872 (Jan.. May, 

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Reformed Quarterly Review. Edited by 
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V. 26, no. 1-2; V. 30, no. 1-3; v. 31, no. 

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Continuation of IITercerebari: Review. 
Continued as Reformed Church Review, 4 ser. v. 36- 
43 also called new ser.. v. i>i8. 

Refi^ster (The): a gazette of the Protestant 

Episcopal Church in the U. S. 1853. ^* 

Succeeded Banner of the cross, for year 1853, then 
united with The Church Journal. 

Relator of the American Church Missionar>' 
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12, no. 1-3, 5-6, 8-17; V. 13, no. i-ii. New York, 
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V. 4-6. U. 

Relic (The) Library, devoted to the repro- 
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Religtcnsann alen. hrsg. v. H. P. K. 
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Relii^o-Philoeophieal Journal . . v. i, 7- 

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V. I, 7-xi, aa-as, 37, 3Q-34* 4a are incomplete, v. 34, 37-38 
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Reli^ons (The) Cabinet — a monthly periodi- 
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Relii^ons Herald, v. 73-75. Richmond, Va., 
1900-1902. f". N. 

Reli^ons Intelligencer, v. 48-51. Frederic- 
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Reli^ous Intelligencer. . .containing the prin- 
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Reli^ons Magazine. Conducted by G. I). 

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New series has title: Relis^ous Magazine and Family Mis- 

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A few numbers missing. Continuation of REonthly Re- 
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V. 44. no. 5. 1870. 

N. ' 

Reli^oas Mag^ine or Spirit of the foreign 
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Reli^ous (The) Review of Reviews, v. 1. 
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Relii^ous (The) Telescope, v. 34, no. 32; 
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Revue Anglo- Romaine. v. 1-3. Paris, 1895- 
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Rovue biblique Internationale, publi^e sous la 
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Revue chretienne. Recueil mensuel. v. i, 7- 
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▼. 32 also called new series. 4a. year also called 3 ser. v. x. 
From 1890, 2 volumes a year. 

d*histoire ecclesiastique. v. 1-5. 1900- 
1904. G. 

Revue de I'Histoire des Religions. (Annales 
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Revue de Th^logie et des Questions religi- 
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Continuation of NouveUe Revue, etc. 

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97. N. 

Revue th^ologique. v. 1-16(1874-1890). Mont- 
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Continuation of Bulletin Theologique. 
Continued as Nonvelle Revue de Theologie 

Revue Thomiste. Questions du temps present. 
V. 5-date. Paris, 1897-date. 8°. N. 


Richmond Christian Advocate. [Edited by] 
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Rivista (La) cristiana. anno 4, no. 4-12; 
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9; 10, nos. I, 2, 4; II, no. 12; 12, nos. i, 

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Rivista Evangelica. anno 3, no. 2. New 
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Rochester (The) magazine, and theological 
review, consisting of essays, extracts, reviews, and 
biblical criticisms. Edited by the Rev. J. S. Thomp- 
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Rock (The). The popular Protestant Church 
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Rocky MounUin Presbyterian. [Edited by] 
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V. 3, no. 1-22, 24-42, 44-47. 49-52 ; v. 4. no. 1-12; 
V. 5, no. I-I2; V. 6, no. 1-12; v. 7, no. i-ii; ▼. 8, 
no. 1-12; V. 9-10; V. II, no. 4-12; v. 12, no. 1-4. 
6-12; V. 13, no. 1-6, 8-12; V. 14, no. 1-6, 9-10, 12; 
V. 15. Denver, Col., 1872-1886. f'. N. 

▼. 10-15. 1881-86. U. 

Continued as Presbyterian Home Miasions, Preeb j- 
terian Home Missionary, Cbnreb at Home and Abroad, 
and AsMemblj Herald. Later vols. pub. in New York. 

Rodmische Quartalschrift fQr christliche Alter- 
thumskunde und far Kirchengeschichte. v. 1-8. 
Rom, 1887-94. 8°. N. 

Roman Catholic Expositor and Friend of 
Ireland, no. i. Feb. 2£ (1825). 4*. N. 

Rosary Magazine. Conducted by the Domini- 
can Fathers, v. 5, nos. 1-2; v. 6-date (1894-date). 
New York, 1896-1901. 8'. N. 


Sabbath (The) Outlook, v. 1-4; v. 6, no. 1-2; 
V. 7; V. 8, no. 1-2; V. 10. Alfred Centre, N Y., 
1882-92. 8". N. 

V. 1-8, 10. 1882-92. U. 

Continuation of Outlook (The) and Sabbath Quarterly. 
Continued as BTancel (The) and Sabbath Outlook. 
Sabbath Recorder. A Seventh -day Baptist 

weekly, v. 56; v. 57, no. 1-26, 28-40, 42-52; ▼. 58, 
no. 2-20, 22-45, 47-52; V. 59, no. i-ii, 13--24, 26, 
28-52. Plainjield, N /,, iqoo-iqos, f*. N. 

Sacred (The) Heart Review, n. s. v. 22, no. 
15-24, 26-27; V. 24, no. 18-26; V. 25, no. i. 3-4, 
6-13, 15-17, 19-26; V. 26, no. 1-26; V. 27, no. 1-14. 
16-26; V. 28, no. 1-12, 14-26; V. 29, no. 1-3, 6-26; 
V. 30 ;v. 31, no. 1-3, 5. Boston, 189^1904. f*. 

Weekly. N. 

Sacristy. A quarterly review of ecclesiastical 
art and literature. ▼. 1-2 (1871-72). [London,] 
1871-72. 8'. N. 

Sadlier*8 Catholic Directory, Almanac and 
Ordo. 1871, 1883. 1890, 1892, 1893, no. 2. New 
York, 1871-93. 12*. N. 

1866, 1867. 1872, 1880. U. 

Sailor's Magazine and Naval Journal. Pub- 
lished by the American Seaman's Friend Society. 
V. i-daie (1828-date). New York, 1829-date. 8*. 

Current. \J, 

V. I ; V. 2, no. 5; v. 3; v. 11-12; v. 15 ; ▼. 17. 

no. 6-7; v. 18 ; V. 20, no. 9: v. 21, no. 4, 9-10; v. 22; 

V. 23, no. 12; v. 25; V. 27-30; v. 33-date. 1828- 

date. N. 


From V. 37 the title is: Sailor*s Magazine and Seaman's 



SftUor^s Magazine and Naval Miscellany. 
Published under the patronage of the British and 
Foreign Seaman's Friend Society, v. 7-9. Jj>ndan^ 
1826-28. 8". U. 

Saint AAdrew*8 Cross. Published by the 
Brotherhood of St. Andrew, v. 6, no. lo-ii; v. 
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V. ^-date. 1895-date. G. 


Saint Chrysostom*s Magazine, v. 2, no. 7-8. 
New York^ 1874. 8". N. 

V. I. 1873-4. G. 

St. Louis Christian Advocate. [Edited by] 
W. B. Palmore. Year 50-51; year 53. no. 18-20; 
year 54, no. 20. [5/. Lou%s^'\ 1900-1904. V, N. 


St. Patrick's Parish Magazine, Bradford, v. 
4. no. 1-8 (1889). Bradford, 1889. 8**. N. 

Saints* (The) Advocate, v. 1-8. Piano, III., 
1878-86. 8'. N. 

Saints* (The) Herald, v. 24-27; v. 28, no. 1-2 
and index wanting; v. 29; v. 30, no. 1-22, 24-52; v. 
3*-38, 39»-», 46-date. Lamonis la,, 1877-date. 

f^ N. 


** Salvation*** a new evangelical monthly, v. 
i-date. New York, 1899-date. 8°. N.. U.. G. 

Salvation Army. See Conqueror (The); 
Krieifsraf (Der) ; War Cry; Warrior. 

Sabbath at Home, an illustrated religious 
magazine for the family, v. i, no. 10; v. 2-3; v. 4, 
nos. i-io. Boston, 1867-1870. 8*. U. 

Samftindet Pro Fide et Christianismo. [Pub- 
lications] Stockholm [1890]. 8°. N. 

Sarasavisa n da r esa. Organ of the Bud- 
dhisuof Ceylon. Jan. 17, 1888. Colombo, 1888. 

r. N. 

Sehrilten des Vereins fOr Reformationsge- 
scbichte. Jahrg. 17. Halle a. S,, 1900. 8"*. N. 

Hefte i-ii. 1883. U. 

Scbweiserische Theologische Zeitschrift. v. 

15-date (1899-date). Zurich, 1899-date. 8*. U. 


Coatiooation of Tbeoloslsclie Zeitschrift aus der 

Scottish (The) Christian Herald... v. 1-3 
(1836-38); ser. 2, V. 1-3 (1839-41). Edinburgh, 
1836-41. f°. N. 

Scottish Ecclesiastical Journal, v. 2. Edin- 
burgh, 1852. 8*. U. 

V. I. 1851. G. 

Scottish Protestant, edited by J. Gibson, v. i- 
3. Glasgow, 1852. 2 V. 8*. N. 

Sccnlar Review. A journal of agnosticism. 

Edited by Saladin. v. 16-18. London, 1885-86. 

f. N. 

Saladin is pseod. of WiUiam Stewart Ross. 

Secnlar (The) review and Secularist. Edited 

by C. Watts and G. Foote. v. 1-2. London, 1877- 

78. r. N. 

Seer (The): Orson Pratt, v. i ; v. d, nos. 1-6. 
fVashington, 1853-54* 4*. N. 

Soppre9ae4 edition. 

Sent of God. [Published by the Hephzibah 
Faith Missionary Association, v. 5, nos. 15-23; 
V. 6-date. Tabor, Iowa, 1896-date. f*. N. 


Series of tracts on the intrusion of ministers on 
reclaiming congregations, no. 1-2, 4-6, 8-1 1. 
Edinburgh. 1839. 8'- N. 

Seventh-Day Baptist Memorial, v. i, 2. 2 v. 
New York, 1852-53. 8". U.. N. 

Shaker (The). See Manifesto (The). 

Shaker Almanac. 1882, 1885-86, 1892. New 
York [1882-92]. 8*. N. 

Shaker (The) Manifesto. See Manifesto 


Shaker and Shakeress. See Manifesto (The). 

Shelterinf^ (The) Arms. v. 12, no. 9; v. 13, 
no. 9; V. 14-19; V. 20, no. 1-4, 10; v. 21, no. 11- 
12; V. 22, no. 1-5, 7-9, 11-36, 40; V. 23, no. 2, 4, 

b-n, II. 14. 17, 19, 29-31, 33-35; ▼. 24, no. I, 4- 

6; V. 25, no. 9; v. 26, no. 11; v. 27, no. 9; v. 28, 
no. 5; V. 32, no. 4. 12. New York, 1879-1899. f'. 


Soci^t^ evang^lique, ou ^glise chretienne mis- 
sionaire beige. Circulaire. See Circulairet etc. 

Soci^t^ £vang^lique de Geneve. See Bnl- 
letin« etc. ; Circalaire» etc. 

Soci^t^ de I'histoire du protestantisme fran9ais. 
See Bulletin, etc. 

Soci^t^ des livres religieuz de Toulouse. Bulle- 
tin. See BuUetint etc. 

Sooi^t^ des Missions £vangeliques de Paris. 
Journal des missions ^vangeliques. See Jonrnal,^ 

Society of Biblical Literature. Journal. See 
Journal of Biblical Literature. 

Society for Ethical Culture. Ethical Record. 
See Ethical record. 

Society of Jesus. See Annan, etc. ; Monn- 
menta, etc. 

Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 
See Official year-book of the Church of England. 

Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in 
Foreign Parts. See Mission (The) Field (London). 

Sonnta§^schul-Lektionen nebst ErkUrungen. 
Quartal 4. Elkhart, Ind,, 1900. 8°. N. 

Sophronison: oder unpartheyisch-freymQthige 
Beytriige zur neueren Geschichte. C^esetzgebung 
und Statisti|c der Staaten und Kirchen. Hrsg. von 
H. E. G. Paulus. v. 1-4, with Erg&nzungsheft. 
Frankfurt a, M., 18 19-22. 8\ U. 

Southern Christian Advocate. [Edited by] J. 
O. Willson. v. 49-56. Greenville, 5. C, 1886- 
1901. f. N. 

Weekly. Imperfect. 

Southern (The) Churchman, v. 63, no. 52; 
V. 65, no. 2-12, 14-15, 17-51; V 66, no. 2-4. 8-17, 
19-38, 40-52; V. 67, no. i-ii, 13-2S, 30-47, 49- 
50; V. 68, no. 5-24, 2^36, 38, 40-52; V. 69, no. 21. 
Richmond, Ya., 1 898-1904. f. N. 

V. 6o-date. 1895-date. G. 


Southern Episcopal register. See Gospel 



Southem (The) Episcopalian: a monthly period- 
ical edited by Rev. P. Gadsden, and Rev. J. H. 
Elliott. V. 3, no. i. CharUston^ 1857. 8*. N. 

V. 3. no. lo; V. 5, nos. I, 10: v. 6, no. i; 

V. 7. no. 9 (1856-1860). U. 

Southern Evangelist, v. 2-4. Lexington, Ky., 

1901-1902. V, N- 


Soathem Methodist Review. See Quarterly 
Review of the Methodist Episcopal Church South. 

Southern Missioner. v. 12-13. LawrencevilUy 
Fa,, 1901-02. r. N. 


Southern (The) Presbyterian, n. s., v. 17* 48- 
52. Clinton, S, C, 1882-1904. V, N. 

Weekly. Imperfect. 

Southern Presbyterian Review » conducted by 
an association of ministers in Columbia, S. C. ▼. 4- 
14, 17-20. 22-24, 27 (1850-62, 1866-69, *7i-73t 
'76). Columbia, 1850-76. 8*. U. 

no. I, 3 (1855). N. 

Southem (The) Pulpit. ▼. 1-4. Richmond, 
1882-84. U. 

v. 2. no. 10 (1882). N. 

Monthly. Consolidated with Treasury. Imperfect. 
Southwestern Christian Advocate. [Edited 

by] I. B. Scott. ▼. 35-v. 36, no. i-ii, 13-52. New 
Orleans, 1900-1901. f*. N. 


Southwestern (The) Presbyterian, v. 31-35. 
New Orleans, 1900-03. f*. N. 

Weekly. Imperfect. 

Spirit of Missions. A monthly magazine of 
•church missions at home and abroad, v. i-date. 
New York, 1836-date. 8'. N., U.. G. 

Spirit of the Pilgrims, v. 1-6 (1828-33). Bos^ 
ion, 1828-33. 8". N., U. 

Spiritual Independence, no. 1-5. Glasgow, 
1870-1871. 8'. N. 

Stall's Lutheran Year-book for 1886-88. no.i. 
[^Lancaster, Pa., 1886-88.] 12*. N. 

1884. '87-88. U. 

Standard (The). A Baptist newspaper.^ v. 34, 

47-51. Chicago, 1886-1904. f*. N. 


Standajrd of the cross. ▼. i, 4, 6-8, 11-14, 16- 
24 (1868-1892). 18 V. G. 

V. ao-a4. Standard of the croea and the Church; successor to 
-Oambler Observer and Western Episcopalian; succeeded 
by Cbnreb Sundard. Imperfect. 

Star (The) in the East, edited by G. J. Adams. 
V. I, no. I. Boston, 1846. 8*. N. 

Star (The) of Zion. Organ of the A. M. E. 
Church in America, v. 2, no. 6; v. 5, no. 19. New 
Berne, N. C, 1878-82. f*. N. 

State (The) Leader, v. 4-6. Mexico, Mo., 
1901-02. f°. N. 


Statistisehe Kom mission der deutschen evan- 
gelischen Kirchenkonferenz. Statistische Mitteil- 
ungen aus den deutschen evangelischen Landes- 
kirchen (1894-95, '98-99). Stuttgart, 1 896-1901. 

8'. N. 

Statistische Mitteilungen aus den deutschen 
•evangelischen Landeskirchen. See Statistische 

Kommission der deutschen evangelischen Kirchen- 

Statistisches Jahrbuch der Kirche. Ed. K. 
V. h. Aloys. V. I. Regensburg, i860. 8*. U. 

Stinune der Wahrheit und prophetischer Er- 

klirer. Jahrg. 2, 4, 6. Battle Creek, Mich., 1880- 

1884. 4*. N. 


Stimmen aus Maria- Lanch. [ser. i] Die Ency- 
clica Papst Pius IX (i-i2):[ser.2] DasOekumenische 
Concil(i-i2, 1869-71); [ser. 3] Katholische Bl&tter. 
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8^ N. 

Ergftnzungsheft. no. i-date (1876-date). 

Freiburg i. B., 1876-date. 8*. N. 

Stohlmann^s evangelisch-lutherischer Kirchen- 
Kalender fttr die deutschen Lutheraner in der Ver- 
einigten Staaten, 1899. Erie, Pa., 1899. 8*. N. 

Strids Ropet. Fr&lsnings-armens svensk-ameri- 

kanska Organ, no. 256-411, 413, 415-495, 497- 

date. New York, 1896-date. V. N. 


Student (The) volunteer, v. 6. New York, 

1898. 8'. N. 

Merged with Interoolleclan. 

Official organ of the student volunteer movement for foreign 
missions. Published monthly during coU^^ year. 

Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Mis- 
sions. See Student (The) volunteer. 

Studien zur C^schichte der Theologie and 
Kirche. Hrsg. von N. Bonwetscb and R. Seeberg. 
Bd. I. (1897-date.) Leipnig, 1807-date. 8'. U, 


V. I, no. 1-2; V. 2. no. i; 
Leipzig, 1 897-1902. 8°. 

V. 7, no. 3 ; V. 8» 


no. I. 



no. I. 

Studies on Biblical Subjects. 
1897. I V. 8*. 

Studies in the English Bible, no. 13-17, 20- 
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Stunden der Andacht zur Bef5rdening wahren 
Christenthums und h&uslicher Gottesverehrang. 
Jahrg. 1-8. Reutlingen, 1818-1819. I2*. N. 

No more published. 

Sunday (The) Critic, v. 13-14. Roanoke, Va., 
1901. f**. N. 


Sundajr (The) Companion, v. i. Albany, 
1900. 4°. N. 


Sunday at Home. A family magazine for 
Sabbath reading. London, 1854-55, '82. 4". U. 

Sunday Magazine. Edited by T. Guthrie, 

1865-70. London, 1865-70. V. N. 

Sunday School Chronicle. A weekly journal 
of help and intelligence for Sunday School workers. 
V. 29: V. 30, no. 1310-1392, 1394-1418, 1420-1421; 
V. 31, no. 1422-1442, 1444-1446, 1448-T453, 1456- 
M73; V. 32, no. 1474-1482, 1484-1523, 1 525-1526. 
London, 1900-1903. f*. N. 

Sunday School Magazine, 1843-44. London, 
1843-44. 12'. N. 

Sunday School Journal, no. 24, 25. PhiU' 
delphia, 1853. 4^ U. 

V. 21 (1850). N. 




SnncUbj' School Journal for Teachers and 
Young People, n. s. v. 10-15. -A'i'w York, 
1878-1883. 8'. N. 

Sunday School Library Bulletin: Devoted ex- 
clusively to the Sunday school library. Issued 
quarterly, v. 1. no. 1-4; v. 2, no. 1-4; v. 3, no. 
1-4; V. 4, no. 1-4; V. 5, no. 1-4; v. 6, no. 2-4; v. 
7. no. 1-4; V. 8, no. 1-3; v. 9, no. 1-4; v. 10, no. 
1-4- AVw YarA, 1 892-1901. 8° and 12*. N. 

SnncUby (The) School Times, v. 3. no. 49 ; v. 
6. nos. 3. 6. 45; V. 8, no. 48; v. 17-43 (43 lacking 
nos. 19. 32. 36, 40, 42), V. 44 (lacking nos. fo, 35. 
37. 38.40-41. 44-45. 51-52); V. 45 (lacking nos. i. 
'J. 43-48); V. 46. no. ii-date. (1904-date.) Phila- 
delfhia, 1861-datc. f. N. 


V. 1-3, 5. 9-1 1, 16-21, 23, 27-datC. (1859- 

186 1, 1863, 1867-69. 1874-79. 1 88 1. 1885-daie). 

PhiUuUlphia, 1859-date. U. 


Sunday (The) School World, v. 5, no. 5; v. 
6. no. 11-12; v. II. DO. i; v. 14, no. 8; v. 19-20; 
V. 21, no. T-3, 5; V. 22, no. 1-6, 8-10. 12; v. 23, 
no. 2-5. 7. 11-12; V. 24, no. 4-7. 9-12; v. 25, no. 
1-6. 10-12; V. 26, no. 1-6; ▼. 30; ▼. I. no. 31, 7; V. 
40. no. 6. Philadelphia, 1 865-1900. 8', 4°. N. 

V. 18-27. 1878-87. U. 

Sunday (The) Visitant; or. Weekly repository 
•of Christian knowledge. By A. Fowler, v. i. 
Charleston, 181 8. 4*. N. 

Sword^s Pocket Almanack and Christian cal- 
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ing to the Protestant Episcopal Church in the 
United States, v. 30. 40, 43-44. (1845. 1855. 
1858-59.) New York, 1845-59. 24". N. 

Subtitle for 1845 it Churchman's Calendar. 

1816-40. 1853, 1855. G. 

1817-1860. U. 

Succeeded in s86x by Cliareliinao** calendar. 

Sylloi^ Commentationum theologicarum, edita 
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Helmstadt^ 1800-07. 12*". U. 

Synodieon (The). No. 10. London, 1856. 
%\ N. 

Tablet (The). A weekly newspaper and review. 
^- 47-52; V. 97. no. 3171-3173. 3175-3177, 3179- 
3180. 3184-3187, 3189; V. 98, no. 3»92-3i93» 
3202-3204, 3206. 3209-3210; V. 99. no. 3229. 
3238; V. 100. no. 3250-3255, 3260-3267. London, 
1876-1902. 8°. N. 

Lacking: v. 48, no. 1893; v. 50, no. 1949; v. 52, no. aotS; 
Sup|ri*s to V. 47, no. 1865: V. 50. no. 1944. 

Ttoioln (Le). Journal de I'^glise £vang^lique 
Vaudoise. no. 39(1. ann^). Oct. i, 1875. Pignerol, 
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Temple (The). A monthly magazine devoted 
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Texas Baptist Herald, v. 50-53. Dallas, 

Tex,, 1900-1903. f*. N. 


Teste und Untersuchungen zur Geschichte der 

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▼. 1-15 form tst ser. and i6-ao ad ser. N. file lacks v. xi of 


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1893-date. G. 

Teyler*a Godgeleerd Genootschap. See Tey- 
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Teyler*8 Stichting. Teyler's Godgeleerd Ge- 
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ken en geopentaarden godsdienst. v. 1-36 (1781- 
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Theolon^ (Der). oder encyklopiidische Zusam- 
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v. 1-13 (1848-61). U. 

Theoloi^cal Critic. A quarterly journal 
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don, 1851-52. 8*. N. 

V. 2. U. 

Theoloi^cal Eclectic. A series of theological 
papers, chiefly selected from the periodicals and 
other literature of Great Britain, France, Germany 
and Holland. Edited by Geo. E. Day. v. 1-7. 
Cincinnati, 1863-70. 8*. U. 

Theoloi^cal Magazine, or synopsis of modem 
religious sentiment, v. 1-3. New York, 1796-99. 

8^ N.. u. 

Theoloi^cal Medium, a Cumberland Presby. 
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▼. 6. no. 1-3. A'idJ^vfV/Jf, 1870-75. 8'. U. 

Later, Cumberland Presbyterian Quarterly. 

Theoloi^cal (The) Repository. New series, 
designed to illustrate the evidences, excellency, 
and doctrines of Christianity, v. 2. Liverpool, 
1807. 12". N. 

Theoloi^eal Review. A quarterly journal of 
religious thought and life. v. 8-16. London, 
1871-79. 8°. U. 

Theolo|^eal Review and General Repository 
of religious and moral information. Published 
quarterly. Edited by James Gray, i v. Baltic 
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Theoloi^eeh-kirehliclie Annalen, hrsg. v. 
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Theoloi^sclft-praktisehe Linzer Monat- 
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Salzburg, 1804. 8°. U. 

Continued as: Neae theologische pnikttsche Monatschrift 
und Quartalschrift f iir kathoUsche Geistliche. 

Theolo^isch Tijdschrift. Onder redactie van 
F. W. B. Van Bell. v. i-date. Reg. v. 1-25. Am- 
sterdam and Leiden, 1867-date. 8 . N., U. 


V. 39-30 edited by W. H. Kosters, W. C. Van Manen, H. 

Theoloi^aclie Blaetter oder Nachrichten, 
Anfragen und Bemerkungen theologischen Inhalts. 
Hrsg. von Toh. C. W. Augusti. 6 v. Gotha, 
1795-98. 8 . U. 

Continued as: Neae Theologische Bl jitter. 



Theolo^isehe JahrbQcher. In Verbindung 
mit mehreren Gclehrtcn, hrsg. von F. Chr. Baur 
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Theoloirisehe Literaturzeitung. hrsg. von. 

Ad. Harnack u. E. SchOrer. v. i^ate. (1876- 

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V. 24-date. 1 899-1904. 



Theolo^ische Mitarbeiten. Eine Quartal- 
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1838-41. 8*. U. 

Theoloi^sehe Quartalschrift. v. 1-12, 37- 
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burg, 1819-date. 8°. U. 

V. 8i-date. Ravensburg, 1899-date. 8*. N. 


Theoloi^sehe Rundschau. Hrsg. von W. 

Bousset. V. i-date. Freiburg i. B., 1898-date. 

8'. N.. U. 


Theolo^ische Studien und Kritiken. Eine 

Zeitschrift f Ur das gesammte Gebiet der Theologie. 

Hrsg. V. C. Ullmann, F. W. C. Umbreit, etc. 

Jahrg. i-date(i828-date). Hamburg, Gotha, 1828- 

dale. 8*. U. 


1-63, 72-date. (1828-90. 1899-date.) N. 

1-14, 70-date. (1828-41, 1897-date.) G. 

Register, 1 858-1 867. N., U. 

Ergftnzungsheft, 1867. N.. U. 

Theologische Studien. Tijdschrift onder 

redactie van Daubauton, Gildemeester, Jonker, 

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8'. U. 


Theolo^isehe Studien aus Wttrttembcrg. 
Hrsg. von Theo. Hermann und Paul Zeller. v. 
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Theoloi^sche Zeitschrift. Hrsg. von Jacob 
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Theoloi^sohe Zeitschrift. Hrsg. von J. J 
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Theologisehe Zeitschrift. Hrsg. von. F 
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V. 1-3. Berlin, 1819-22. 8°. N., U 

Theoloi^sohe Zeitschrift, hrsg. v. Dieck 
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Theoloi^sohe Zeitschrift aus der Schweiz 
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1890-98. 8'. U 

Cootioued as: Setairelserlselie Theologische Zeit 

Theoloi^seher Jahresbericht. Unter Mit* 
wirkung namhafter Theologen hrsg. von Wilhelm 
Hauck. 7v. Wiesbaden, \^tif>-'}2, 8^ U. 

Theoloi^scher Jahresbericht... Hrsg. von 
B. PUnjer. v. i-date(i 881 -date). Leipzig, Braun- 
schweig, 1882-date. 8**. N., U. 


V. 5-xx edited by R. A. Liptios; v. 13-14 hy H. Holtzmano; 
V. 15-16 by Holtsmaoo and G. Kriiger. 

V. 8-20. 1 889-1901. G. 

Theologische* Literaturblatt. Redigirt von 
Chr. E. Luthardt. v. 6-date. Leipzig, 1885-date. 

8^ u. 


Theoph U an thropigt (The); containing criti- 
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numbers. By a Society, no. [i-9]. New York, 
1810. 8^ N. 

Theosophical Review. Formerly ** Lucifer. '*^ 
V. I, no. 3-6; V. 2, no. 7-1 1; v. 3. no. 18; v. 22, 
no. 128; V. 30-date. London, 1887-datc. 4', 8'. N. 

V. z-a have tide : Lodfer. 

V. aS, 9o-date are American edition. 


Theosophieal Society. Fragments of occult 

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Theosophical Society and Universal Brother- 
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Theosophisehe Rundschau. See Lotus* 

Thinker (The), New York. See Christian 

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Torch of Reason, v. 5, nos. 39, 51 (1901); 
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Treasury (The). An evangelical monthly for 
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V. i-v. 3, no. 5, 9; V. 4, no. 5; v. 5, no. 12; 

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V. z-5 have tide : The Pulpit Treasury. 

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Tribune (La) Sacr^; Echo du monde catho- 
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True (The) Baptist : devoted to the discussion 
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True Catholic: reformed, protestant and free. 
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Tuebinflrer Zeitschrift fQr Theologie. Jahrg. 
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Union des £glises £vang^liques de France. 
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Union Gospel News. v. 9, no. 44-45; v. 13, 
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Union Missionary Herald, v. i, no. i. Hart- 
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Universal (The) Annual Register of the Bap- 
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Utah (The) Maptzine. v. 3, no. 1-18. Salt 
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Utah Monthly Magazine, v. i, no. 1-2, 5-6; 

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5a// Ztfi^ CiVy, 1884-93. 8\ N. 

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V. I, no. I, 2. U. 

Utahnian. v. i. Salt Lake City, 1896. 4°. N. 

Utica Christian Magazine, designed to prompt 
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Utica Christian Repository, containing various 
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Verein fUr Reformationsgeschichte. See 
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Verhandelin^n raakende den natuurlyken 
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Verita (La): Periodico quindicinale evangelico 
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Vierteljahrsschrili fQr deutsch- und eng- 
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Vifl^ (El). Tom. I, no. 8 (Nov. 10, 1892). 
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Virginia (The) Baptist Preacher. See Bap- 
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Voice (The), v 11. Tokyo, 1902. 4*. N. 



Voice from the Old Brewery. See Monthly 
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Voice (The) of the Twentieth Century of the 
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r. N. 


Voice (A) from Zion: Sermons by J. A. Dowie. 
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Volunteer : devoted to the promotion of re- 
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Volunteer's Gazette. Official organ of the 
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Voree Herald. See Gospel Herald. 

Waarheid in Liefde. Een godgeleerd tijd 
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Wahrheit zar Gottseligkeit. Eine Zeitschrift 
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War Cry. Official gazette of the Salvation 
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1883, 2885, i888-'95, incomplete. 

Warrior (The) Magazine. Published monthly 
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Warsaw Bulletin, v. 2 (8 nos.); v. 3 (24 nos); 
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Warsaw City Bulletin, v. i (18 nos.); v. 2 
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Warsaw Message, v. i, no. 1-48. Warsaw, 

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Warsaw Signal, [i ser.] v. 2, no. 1-7, 9-25, 

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Washinf^on theological repertory, v. i, 2, 
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Wasp (The), v. i, no. 12. Nauvoo, III., 

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Watchman (The). See Association Men. 

Watcbman (The). A Baptist Journal. [Edited 
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Watchword for the Glory of God and the Sal- 
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Way (The) of Faith, v. 10-14. Columbia, 
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Weekly. Imperfect. 

Wee Wisdom. Published monthly by the Unity 
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Weekly Register: The Catholic review, v. 103- 
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Wesleyan Christian Advocate. [Edited by) 
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Wesleyan Methodist Connezional Record and 
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Wesleyan- Methodist Magazine, being a con- 
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3d ser. V. 1-23 (1822-44) ; 4th ser. v. i-io 

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Western Christian Advocate, v. 66-67; v. 68, 
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Western Churchman, v. i. 1884-85. G. 

Western (The) Presbyterian. Continuing The 
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1894-Oct. 16, 1902. U. 

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Western Pulpit, v. i, no. 10. Chicago, 1866- 

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Western Recorder. Year 75; 76, no. 5-'3' 
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Westminster (The), v. 29, no. i-daie. 

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Current. Absorbed the Presbyterian Journal, Apr. 2, 

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Whittaker's American Churchman's Alma- 
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Whittaker's churchman's almanac. See 
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Wisby stifts-tidningar. 1821, no. i, 4-12; 
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*8 Evangel. Pab. by the Woman's 
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Woman's Evangel. Published monthly by the 
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WoBUUi** exponent, v. 2, no. 13; v. 25, no. 
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Woman's Work for Woman. Published by the 
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Word (The): a monthly magazine devoted to 

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Word (The) and the Way. v. 16-19. Council 
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Word (The) and the Work. Published in the 
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V. 1-3. New York, 1 898-1900. 4*. N. 

Words of Reconciliation. L. C. Baker, ed. 
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Work of the Christian Church at home and 
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Work (The) at Home. Official organ of the 
Albany City Tract and Missionary Society, v. 1-5, 
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World's (The) Advance Thought and the 
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World's (The) Crisis and Advent Christian 
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Wort (Das), v. 5-date. St. Louis, 1898-date. 
8*. N. 


Tea (A) and Nay Almanack for the ^People 
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London, 1680. 16°. N. 

year book of the American Congregational 
Union. See An&eriean Congregational Year-book. 

Tear book for the Episcopal church in Scot- 
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book of the Free Church of Scotland. 
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book of the Italian Mission of the Protest- 


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Tonn^^ C^e) Christian Soldier. Published by 
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Tonnf^ (The) Churchman's Miscellany: a maga- 
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V. 1-2. New York, 1846-47. 8^ N. 

Tonnif (The) Disciple, v. 25-27. Elgin, 
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Yonn^ Men's Era. See Assoeiation Men. 

Youn^ (The) Men's Magazine. Edited by 
Richard C. McCormick. v. 1-2. New York, 

1858-59. 8". N. 

In May, 1859, incorporated with Young Men's Christian 

YoanK Soldier and Official Gazette of the 
Junior Soldiers of the Salvation Army of the United 
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Yukon (The) Catholic, v. i, no. i. Dawson, 
1902. f^ N. 

Zeltsohrift fttr die Alttestamentliche Wissen. 
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1881-date. Giessen, 1881-date. 8°. N., U. 


V. 17-date. 1897-date. G. 


Beihefte. 1-7. 1 896-1904. 

no. I, 2. 

N., G. 


Zeitsohrilt fQr Christenthum und Gottesge- 
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2Seit8ehrift for christliche Kunst. Hrsg. von 
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Zeitschrilt des deutschen Palaestina-Vereins. 
Hrsg. von H. Guthe. v. i-date. Leipzig, 1878- 
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Zeitschrilt fUr gebildete Christen der Evan- 
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4 Hefte. Elberfeld, 1823-4. 8*. U. 

Zeitsehrift for die gesammte lutherische 
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Zeitschrilt fOr die historische Theologie. 
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Zeitschrilt fUr katholische Theologie. v. 
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Zeitschrilt fUr Kirchengeschichte. In Ver- 
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Zeitschrilt for kirchliche Wissenschaft und 
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Zeitschrilt fUr die Kunde des Morgenlandes. 
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V. 1-7. 1831-50. N. 

Zeitschrilt fur Missionskunde und Religions- 
wissenschaft. Organ des Allgemeinen evangelisch- 
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No more published. 



Zeitsohrift fttr die neutestamentliche Wissen- 
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date. 8^ U., N., G. 


Zeltsohrift zur Nfthrung^ christlichen Sinnes. 
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Zeitsehrift for Philosophie und katholische 
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Zeltschrift fttr Philosophie und philosophische 
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v.i-date. Bonn^ Leipzig, etc,, \%y)-^X.^, 8*. N., U. 


V. Z-16 have title: Zeitschrift far Philoaophte and tpeku- 
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V. 83-84 by Ulrici and A. Krohn; v. 8^ by Krohn; v. 86-95 by 
Krohn and R. Falckenberg; v. 96-1x9 by Fakkenberg; v. lao- 
date by L. Busse. 

Zeitschrift fUr Philosophie und spekulative 
Theologie. See Zeitschrift fttr Philosophie und 
philosophische Kritik. 

Zeitschrift fttr spekulative Theolofifie. In 
Gemeinschaft mit einem Verein von Gelehrten 
herausgegeben von Lie. Bruno Bauer, v. i, 2. 
Berlin, 1836-37. 8'. U. 

Zeitschrift fttr Theologie und Kirche . . . 
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Zeitschrift fttr wissenschaftliche Theologie. 
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Zeitschrift fttr wissenschaftliche Theologie . . . 
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In 1803 two distinct volumes were issued, each numbered 36: 
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Zion (The) Banner . . . Edited ... by J. A. 
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F". N. 

Current, v. a-4 incomplete. 

Zion's Advocate. 1900-1903; Jan. 6-Feb. 3, 
1904. Portland, Me,, 1900-1904. T. N. 

Weekly. Imperfect. 

Zion^s Ensign, v. i, no. 7, 19; v. 14, no. 4; 
V. 15-date (1891, 1902, 1904-date). Independence, 

Mo„ 1891-date. r. N. 

Zion's Herald. [Edited by] C. Parkhurst. 
1845, 1873, i877-i897» 1900-02. Boston, 1845- 

1903. r. N. 

Weekly. 2845, 1873, 1877-84, 1886, 1888-89, 189^, 1903-03 

Zion*s Hope. v. 19, no. i; v. 32, no. 4. 
Latnoni, la., 1 886-1900. N. 

Zion's Reveille. See Gospel Herald. 


Biography and Genealogy. 

Alphabetical^ by Subjects, 

(Edwin P[rosper]). Family history and 
genealogy of the descendants of Robert Augur of 
New HaTen Colony. Middktown: {Pelton 6* 
X'infr^'] 1904. 260 p., I map. illus. 8 . 

Clrarehlll (Gardner Asaph, and N. W.) The 
Churchill family in America. [Boston? .*] family 
0f G, A, Churchill [1904]. xv, 707 p., 10 pi., 16 
port. 4*. 

Pollard (Albert Frederick). Thomas Cran- 
mer, and the English Reformation, 1489-1556. 
Nrm York: G, P, Putnam* s Sons, IQ04. i p.l. 
XV, 399 p., 2 pi, 19 port., I Ub. 12 . (Heroes 
of the Reformation.) 

Collar (Arthur St. Clair). Life and times of 
Andrew Jackson. Nashzille, Tenn,: Marshall^ 
Bruce Co,, 1904. 2 v. pi., ports. 8*. 

Armitafl^e-Smith (Sydney). John of Gaunt, 
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Lancaster, Earl of Derby, Lincoln and Leicester, 
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WnHamgon (George C.) George Morland. 
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Bolton (Herbert Eugene), ait^/ Barker (E. C.) 
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PasMUio (Leonard Magruder). History of 
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Portrait and biographical record of western 
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well-known citizens of the past and present. Illus- 
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Gissiii^ (Algernon). Broadway, a village of 
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Oberlaender, pseud, of Karl Rehfuss, jr. 
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druekerei, 1 883. viii, 195 p., i pi., I port, illus. 

(Co.), England, Certificate of mus- 
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Eeeh (Ernst), and others. Beitraege zur Geo- 
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MeCanl (Ethel). Under the care of the Japa- 
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Paulas (A.) LesJuifsavantleMessie. Paris: 

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ThoauM (Pedro Femandes). (Can90es popa- 
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Clark (Arthur H.) The history of yachting, 
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Badelyfle (C. R. E.) Big game shooting in 
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American and English Literature. 

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Firey (Samuel M.) Poems. Roanoke, Va,: 
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Inflrham (John Hall). Pompeii of the West, 
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Ketcham (Wilmot A. ) The dance at Joe Che- 
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London (Jack). The sea- wolf. New York: 
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North American Indian fairy tales, folklore and 
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Worke for cutters; or, A merry dialogue be> 
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World^s (The) best poetry. In ten volumes, 
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5 p.l., 251 11. 8°. 

Gift of A. M. Huntington. 

Chrifltensen (Heinrich). Das Alexanderlied 
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Cyon (Ilya Faddeich). Kak ustanovit' v Rossir 
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FraoJko (Ivan). Zbirnyk tvoriv. ICiev : P. 
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Rotbenian fiction. 

Frenssen (Gustav). Jorn UhL Roman. Ber^ 
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GmsheTsk^ (M.) Opovidannya. Kiev: P^ 
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Ruthenian fiction. 

Halden (Charles ab der). Etudes de litt^rature 
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Ko6k {l/Lsji),and Hensler (Andreas). Urvfiter- 
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KrjBftskj (A. E.) Iz povistok i eskizov. 
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Rnthenian fiction. 

Malmanche (Tangly). Marvaill ann ene 
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Marchesi (Giambattista). Studi e ricerche in- 
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Melits (Leo). Die TheaterstQcke der Welt- 
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Multatuliv/j^fM/. <7/E. D. Dekker. Walter 
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Mymy (Parnas). Morozenko. Opovidannya. 
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Ruthenian fiction. 

Needier (George Henry). The Nibelungenlied, 
translated into rhymed English verse in the metre 
of the original. New York: H. Holt 6* Co,^ 1904. 
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Vovehok (Marko). Karmelyuk. Nevil'nychka. 
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Rothenian fiction. 

VoTbhok (Marko). Sestra, ta inshi opovi- 
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Rothenian fiction. 

Waeeermaim (Jakob). Die Kunst der Erz&h- 
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Mathematical and Physical Sciences. 

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WaUentln (Ignaz). Einleitung in die theore- 
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Biological Sciences. 

Armeby (Henry Prentiss). The principles of 
animal nutrition. With special reference to the 
nutrition of farm animals. New York: J, Wiley 
«&• SonSy 1903. vii. 614 p. 8". 

Cambridge (The) natural history. Edited by 
S. F. Harmer and A. E. Shipley, v. 7. London: 
Macmillan &* Co., 1904. 8 . 

(Ernst [Heinrich Philipp August]). 
The wonders of life. A popular study of biological 
philosophy. Translated by J. McCabe. Supple- 
mentary volume to *'The riddle of the universe." 
New York: Harper &• Bros., 1905. x, 2 1., 484 p., 
I 1. 12*. 

Jmeohy (Paul). Etudes sur la selection chez 
I'homme par le Dr. P. Jacoby. Avant-propos par 
G. Tarde. Paris : F. Alcan, 1904. 2 p.l., xvii, 
620 p., 3 pi.. 3 tabs. 8°. 

Mueller (J. P.) Mein System. 15 Minuten 
tiglich Arbeit fttr die Gesundheit. Mit 42 Illustra- 
tionen nach der Natur und einer Zeittafel. Aus 
dem DSnischen nach der 5. Auflage des Originals 
von M. und H. Tillge ttbersetzt. Kopenhagen : 
Tillge, 1904. 89 p., I Ub. 8*. 

Osier (William). ^Equanimitas. With other 
addresses to medical students, nurses, and practi- 
tioners of medicine. Philadelphia: P, Blakiston*s 
Son &• Co., 1904. vii, 389 p. 8*. 

Semon (Richard). Die Mneme als erhaltendes 
Prinzip im Wechsel des organischen Geschehens. 
Zriptig: IV. Engelmann, 1904. xiv, 353 p. . 8*. 


Athanaeins* Saint, Archbishop of Alexandria. 
The canons of Athanasius of Alexandria. The 
Arabic and Coptic versions, edited and translated 
with. . .notes. . .by W. Riedel and W. E. Crum. 
London : fVilHams 6* Norgate, 1904. xxxv, i 1., 

59. 154 p., I pi. 8*. (Text and Translation Soc. 

BoUaek (L^n). Premieres notions de la 
langrue bleue (Bolak) langage extranational pratique. 
Paris: Editions de La langue bleue, 1904. i p.l., 
ii, 56 p. 8^ 

Biirf^ (J. M. M. van der). Dictionnaire fran- 
9ais-kirundi, avec Tindication succinct de la signifi- 
cation swahili et allemande. Quvrage illustr^ d'une 
carte, de 252 gravures hors texte. . .[etc.] Bois- 
le-Duc: Socidt/ 'T Illustration Catholique,** 1903. 
cxix, 648 p., I map, 9 pi. 4"*. 

Velten (K[arl].) Praktische Suaheli-Gram- 
matik nebst einem, deutsch-suaheli WOrterver- 
zeichnis. Berlin: IV. Baensch, 1904. x, 308 p., 
2 tabs. 16°. 


Blanehard (Charles A[lbert]). Modern secret 
societies. Chicago : Nationa I Christian A ssoc. , 1 903 . 
310 p. illus. 16°. 

Geddes (Patrick). City development, a study 
of parks, gardens, and culture-institutes. A report 
to the Carnegie Dunfermline Trust. With plan, 
perspective, and . . . illustrations. Edinburgh : 
Geddes ^ Co., i p.l., 232 p., I plan, 2 pi. 4*. 

Henderson (Charles Richmond). Modern 
methods of charity. An account of the systems of 
relief, public and private, in the principal countries. 
New York: The Macmillan Co.,\^^. xiv, 714 p. 8*. 

Hobhouse (Leonard Trelawney). Democracy 
and reaction. London: T. F. Unwin, 1904. vii, 
244 p. 8*". 

Mueller (Karl). Die Geschichte der Zensur 
im al ten Bern. Bern: K.J. Wyss, 1904. 2 p.l., 
208 p., 2 tabs. 8*. 

Randall (E[milius] 0[viatt]). History of the 
Zoar Society, from its commencement to its con* 
elusion. A sociological study in communism. 
Columbus: F. J. Heer, 1904. 2 p.L, 105 p., 7 pi., 
I port. 3. ed. 8". 

Richard (Achille). L'organisation collective 
du travail. Essai sur la cooperation de main- 
d*oeuvre. . .Preface par Yves Guyot. Paris: Guil- 
laumin et Cie., 1904. i p.l., 5-342 p. 8*". 

Symonde (Brandreth). Life insurance exami- 
nations. A manual for the medical examiner and 
for all interested in life insurance. New York: G, 
P, Putnam's Sons, 1905. vi, i 1., 214 p. 16°. 


Oxford University. The ancient kalendar of 
the University of Oxford from documents of the 
fourteenth century, together with Computus man- 
ualis...from C. Kyrfoth*s edition, Oxon., 1519- 
20... Edited by C.Wordsworth. Oxford: The 
Clarendon Press, 1904. xxxii, 294 p. 2 pi. 8^. 
(Oxford Historical Society. [Pub.] v. 45.) 



QriggB (Edward Howard). Moral education. 
AT^w York: B. W, Huebsch^ 1904. 352 p. I2'. 

N^not (H. P.) Monographic de la nouvelle 
Sorbonne. Introduction par O. Grcard. Paris: 
imp, NationaU, 1903. 24 p., 7 plans, 44 pi. f*. 


Dubois (A.) Precis de I'histoire des doctrines 
economiques dans leurs rapports, avec les faits et 
avec les institutions. Parts: A, Rousseau, 1903. 
t. I. 8". 

Tome X, L'Epoque ant^rieare auz Physiocrates. 

Dnnb^r (Charles Franklin). Economic essays. 
Edited by O. M. W. Sprague. With an introduc- 
tion by F. W. Taussig. New York: The Macmillan 
Co,y 1904. xvii, 372 p. 8". 

Fetter (Frank Albert). The principles of econo- 
mics with applications to practical problems. New 
York: Century Co,, 1904. xvi, 610 p. 8*. 

Voltelini (Hans von). Die ftltesten Pfandleih- 
ban ken und Lombardenprivilegien Tirols. Inns- 
bruck: Wagner, 1904. 70 pp. 12*. 

Industries and Industrial Arts. 

E8eoffler(A.) Der Kochkunst-FQhrer. Hand- 
buch der modemen Kdche. . .unter Mitarbeit von 
P. Gilbert, E. F^tu [and others]. Uebersetzt von 
A. Anker, A. Mathis [and others]. Frankfurt a, 
M,: Intemationaler Verband der Kdehe, 1904. xiv, 
1 1., 808 p., I tab. illtts. 8''. 

Forman (Harry W. ) Rights of trains on single 
track. A complete examination for employees on the 
standard code and other recommended train rules. 
New York: Railroad Gautte^ 1904. 477 p. illus. 
nar. 12°. 

Goldenberif (Samuel L. ) Lace, its origin and 
history. New York: Brentano,i<jO^' 2p.l.,77p., 
I pi. illus. 4". 

Hulbert (Archer Butler). The future road- 
making in America. A symposium by A. B. Hulbert 
and others. Cleveland, Ohio: A, If, Clark Co., 1905. 
211 p. illus. 8*. (Historic highways of America, 
V. 15.) 

Johnson (W. H.) The cultivation and prepa- 
ration of Para rubber. London: C Lockwood &* 
Son, 1904. xii, 99 p., I pi. 8°. 

Keraten (Paul). Modeme EntwUrfe fUr Buch- 
einb&nde. Bd. i. [Halle a. S,: iV,Knapp, 1904.] 
pi. f**. 

Bd. I. Vorlagen fur kUastlerische Lederbinde. 

Lang^on (Amelie) . Just for two. A collec- 
tion of recipes designed for two persons. Minnea- 
polis: Byron 6* Willard, cop. 1903. 2 p.l., 7-224 
pp. 8'. 

Lnhmann (E.) Die Fabrikation der flUssigen 
Koblens^ure. Mit 69 in den Text gedruckten Ab- 
bildungen. Berlin: M, Brandt &* Co., 1904. 2 p.l., 
iv, 5-204 p. 8". 

Lnne (Pierre de). Le nouveau et parfaict cuisi- 
nier ou II est traitt^ de la veritable methode pour 
apprester toutes sortes de viandes, gibier... En- 
semble la maniere de faire toutes sortes de patis- 
series, tant froids que chaudes, en perfection. 
Nouvelle edition. Paris: E, Loyson, 1668. 4 p.l., 
362 pp., 18 1. 12°. 

notour (E.) Traite elementaire de la stability 
des constructions. Paris: C, B Granger, 1905. vii, 
iii, 662 p., 15 pi., 2 tab. 8''. 

Sehlenker( ). Die Schwarzwilder Uhren* 
Industrie und insbesondere die Uhrec-Industrie 
auf dem Warttembergischen Schwarzwald. Stutt- 
gart: C, GrUninger, 1904. 4 p.l., 96 p. 8*. 

Sehwelaer (Viktor). Die Destination der 
Harze, die Resinatlacke, Resinatfarben, die Kohle- 
farben und Farben fUr Schreibmaschinen. . . Wien: 
A, Hartleben,!^^. viii, 324P. illus. 12*. (A. 
Hartleben*s chemischtechnische Bibliothek. [Bd. 

Terquem (£mile). Exposition de la libraine 
francaise. Groupes 17 et 18. Librairie, livres et 
publications — ^presse p^riodique reliure cartes et ap- 
pareils de geographie de cosmographie et de topo- 
graphie. Saint Louis, 1904. [Paris,^ 1904. v. p., 
9 pi. illus. 8°. 

Military and Naval Art and History. 

Brterd (Charles, and P.) Documents relatifs 

& la marine normande et ses armements aux xvi« et 

xviie si^cles pour le Canada, I'Afrique, les Antilles. 

le Br^sil et les Indes. Recueillis, annot^ et publt^ 

par C. et P. Br^rd. Rouen: A, Lestringan, 1889. 

xviii, I 1., 289 p., 2 1. 8*. (Soc. de Thist. de Nor- 

Proudfit Collection. 

Delbos (Leon). Nautical terms in English and 

French and French and English, with notes and 

tables. London: Williams 6f Norgate, 1902. xiii, 

462 p., 4 pi. 4. ed. 12*. 
Proudfit CoUoctioD. 

Lan^^nukid (Joseph), and Gaisford (H.) 

Elementary lessons in steam machinery and the 

marine steam engine, with a short description of 

the construction of a battleship. Compiled for. . 

junior students. London: Macmillan &* Co,, 190 1. 

xvi, 291 p., 2 pi illus. new ed. 8*". 
Proudfit Collection. 

Lee (Albert). England's sea story. A popular 

record of the doings of the English navy from the 

earliest days. London : A, Melrose [1904]. ix, 

336 p. illus. 8**. 
Proudfit Collection. 

Notre Marine de guerre. Reformes essentielles. 
Par un marin. Paris: Berger-Levrault <Sr* Cie,, 

1904. ix, 112 pp. 8"*. 
Proudfit Collection. 

P»ndora» ship. The commission of H. M. S. 

** Pandora." Mediterranean Station, 1901-1904. 

By W. A.Wheeler. London: The Westminster Press, 

1904. 5 p. 1., vi, 180 p., I map, 16 pi. 12*. (The 

log series, no. 20.) 
Proudfit Collection. 

Selections from the correspondence of Admiral 

John Markham [being letters addressed to him] 

during the years 1 801-4 and 1806-7. Edited by 

Sir C. Markham. [London :'\ Navy Records Society, 

1904. XX, 451 p., I port. 8°. (Navy Records 

Society, Pub. v. 28.) 
Proudfit Collection. 

Wilkins (Philip A.) The history of the Victoria 
cross. Being an account of the 520 acts of bravery 
for which the decoration has been awarded, and 
portraits of 392 recipients. London : A, Constable 
<S7* Co., 1904. xxiii, 442 p., I 1. 4'. 




AngeitL (James Rowland). Psychology; an in- 
troductory study of the structure and function of 
human consciousness. JVew York: H, Hotter* Co,, 
1904. vii, 402 p. 8**. 

FuUerton (George Stuart). A system of meta- 
physics. New York: Macmillan Co,, 1904. x, 1 1., 
627 p. 8'. 

lou&cUkU (J. L.) Nachman Krochmal, ein 

Hegelianer. Berlin : S, Calvary &* Co., 1904. 

4 p. 1., 69 p. 8*. 
Schiif CoUectkm. 

UntersaehfinMii zur Gegenstandstheorie und 
Psychologie. Mit Untersttttzung des k. k. Minis- 
teriums fQr Kultus und Unterricht in Wien, hrsg. 
▼on A. Meinong. Leipzig: J, A, Barth, 1904. x, 
I 1., 634 p. 8*. 


BhArati (Bibi Premanand). Sree Krishna, 
the lord of love. New York : Krishna Samdj, 
X904. 2 ▼. in I. pi., port. 12** 

Bible. — Greek, Bibliorum ss. Grsecorum 
Codex Vaticanus 1209 (Cod. B), denuo photot3rpice 
expressus jussu et cura praesidum Bybliothecae 
Vaticanse. Pars 2. Mediolani: U, ffoepli, 1904. 
I V. sq. f**. (Bibliotheca Apostolica Vaticana, 
Codices e Vatican is selecti. . .v. 4.) 

Bible.— O. T. : Leviticus. Das Buch Leviticus. 
Obersetzt und erkl&rt von Dr. D. Hoffmann. 
Berlin : M. Poppelauer, 1905. i v. 8". 

Schiff Collection. 

Bible. — Selections. Arabic. Die arabischen 
BibelQbersetzungen. Texte mit Glossar und Litera- 
turUbersicht von P. Kahle. Leipzig: J, C, Hin- 
ricks, 1904. xvi, 66 p. 8**. 

Schiff Collection. 

OieBebreeht (Friedrich). Jeremias Metrik am 
Texte dargestellt. Gottingen : Vandenhoeck &* 
Rupreckt, 1905. viii, 52 p. 8". 
Schiff Collection. 

Gillkrd (Walter). The register of Walter Gif- 
fard, Lord Archbishop of York 1 266-1 279. [Edited 
by W. Brown.] Durham: Andrews &* Co., 1904. 
4 p. 1., xix, 362 p. 8". (Surtees Society, Pub. 
V. 109.) 

Hamaek (Adolf). . The expansion of Chris- 
tianity in the first three centuries. Translated and 
edited by J. Moffatt. v. i. London: fVilliams &* 
Nor gate, 1904. 8*. 

Jastrow (Morris), jr. Die Religion Babyloniens 
und Assyriens. Bd. i. Giessen: J, Ricker, 1905. 

Schiff Collection. 

Keeler (Joseph B.) The lesser priesthood and 
notes on church government, also a concordance 
of the Doctrine and Covenants; for the use of 
church schools and priesthood quorums. Salt Lake 
City, Utah: The Deseret News\\(^^, xii. 196 p. 

Plammer {.Rev, Alfred). English Church, 
history from the death of Archbishop Parker to the 
death of King Charles I. Four lectures. Edin- 
burgh: T, &* T, Clark, 1904. xi, 180 p. 12*. 








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Amer. Bankers* Assoc, . . 
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Argentine Repub. Nat. Bd. 

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Arnhem, Netherlands, De 

Burgemeester 2 

Bair, Rev. J. F i 

Bech, Carl 47 

Becks, Estate of George . .1224 

Bedford, L. S i 

Black Hills Min. Men's Assoc. i 
Brazil, Bibl. e Museu da 

Marinha 2 

British Col., King's Printer . i 
Brooklyn Daily Eagle ... 2 

Brown, S. R i 

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Castillo, Camilo .... 

Century Assoc 480 

Chicago Daily News ... i 
China,Imp. MaritimeCust'ms 53 
Col. of Physicians & Surg. . i 
Colonial Order of the Acorn, 

New York Chapter ... i 
Conn. Bank Commiss. . . i 
D. A. R.. Col. Timothy Bige- 

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Delft, Netherlands,De Burge- 
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Denmark, Kommissionen for 

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Eidlitz, Marc & Son ... i 

Evans, Henry R 

Ferrara, Italy, II Sindaco . 10 
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Collation op thk Axbrican Diplomatic Corrksposdkkcb . 87-89 

List op Wobbb Rblatino to Irblakd, Part 1. . . . 90-104 

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William W. Appleton. 

John Bigklow. 

John L. Cadwalader. 

Andrew Carnegie. 

Cleveland H. Dodge. 

John Murphy Farley. 

Samuel Greenbaum. 

H. Van Rensselaer Kennedy. 

John S. Kennedy. 

Edward King. 

Lewis Cass Ledyard. 

Alexander Maitland. 
J. PiERPONT Morgan. 
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Alexander E. Orr. 
Henry C. Potter. 
George L. Rives. 
Charles Howland Russell. 
Philip Schuyler. 
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Vol. IX. 

March, 1905. 

No. 3. 


Reference Department. 

During the month of February there were received at the Library, by pur- 
chase, 541 volumes and 615 pamphlets; by gift, 985 volumes and 2,823 pamphlets; 
and by exchange, 90 volumes and 5,861 pamphlets, making a total of 1,616 vol- 
umes and 9,299 pamphlets. 

There were catalogued 2,617 volumes and 3,053 pamphlets, for which were 
written 7,937 cards, in addition to which 3,362 slips were written for, and 14,695 
cards received from, the copying machine. 

The following table shows the number of readers, and the number of volumes 
consulted, in both the Astor and Lenox Branches of the Library, also the number 
of visitors to the Print Exhibition at the Lenox, during the month: 




No. of readers and visitors 







60, 88 J 


No. of readers 

No. of readers, desk aoDlicants 

No. of volumes consulted by desk applicants. . 
Dailv averacre of readers 


Number of visitors to Print Exhibition, etc.. 


Circulation Department. 

The roost popular books of the month were (in non-fiction): Hearn's ** Japan, 
an Attempt at an Interpretation,*' Guerber's *' Stories of the Opera," and Palmer's 
**With Kuroki in Manchuria"; (adult fiction): Thurston's **The Masquerader," 
Kelly's *• Little Citizens," and Stevenson's *' Marathon Mystery"; (juvenile 
fiction): *'Alcott's ** Little Women," Tomlinson's ''Winning His *W'," and 
Douglas's *• Little Girl in Old New York." 







East Broadway, 33 

Chatham Square. 

East Broadway, 197, 

Educational Alliance Building. 

Eld RIDGE Street, 184 

Bond Street, 49 

8th St., 135 Second Ave. 


loth St.. 331 East, 

Tompkins Square. 

13th St., 251 West, 

Jackson Square. 

22d St., 230 East, 


23d St.. 130 West, 


34TH Street, 215 East 

40th St., 501 West, , 

St. Raphael. 

42d St., 226 West, , 

George Bruce. 

50th St., 123 East, 


51st St., 463 West 

Sacred Heart. 

59rH Street, 113 East , 

67TH Street, 328 East 

69th St., 190 Amsterdam Ave.,. 

Travelling Libraries 

76th St.. 538 East 


79th St.. 222-224 East 


82d St., 2279 Broadway, 

St. Agnes. 

86th St., 536 Amsterdam Ave. . 

91st St., 121 West, 


looth St., 206 West 


iioth St., 174 East, 


123d St.. 32 West, 

Harlem Library. 

125TH Street, 224 East 

156th St., 922 St. Nicholas Ave., 
Washington Heights. 

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From Hon. John Bigelow were received two volumes of *• The Ladies Magazine; 
An Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex appropriated solely to their Use and 
Amusement," for 1793 and 1794, containing the first publication in English of 
Franklin's autobiography, being the only time it was ever published as a serial. 
The translation was from the French version, in which the work shortly before had 
been given to the public two years after Franklin's death (1790). 

Other gifts were: From Henryk Arctowski, 28 of his pamphlets relating to 
Antarctic exploration; from the K. u. K. Reichs-Kriegs Ministerium, 9 of its pub- 
lications; from the Brazilian Consul General at New York, 17 volumes and i 
Atlas relating to the boundary question between Brazil and British Guiana; from 
Cleveland H. Dodge, 165 volumes and 8 pamphlets, including 60 copies of the 
** Physiological Aspects of the Liquor Problem "; from Mrs. Henry Draper, 4 vol- 
umes, 5 pamphlets, and 72 prints, including a collection of Little Russian folk 
songs; from the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society a List of books printed in 
Scotland before 1700; from Mrs. Paul L. Ford, 277 volumes and 31 pamphlets, 
including various editions of Weems' ** Life of Washington *' and early American 
novels; from the Librarian of the Haus der Abgeordneten of Prussia, the 
** Biicher-Verzeichnis des Hauses der Abgeordneten," 1900-1902, in 3 volumes; 
from Rev. Joseph H. McMahon, a German manuscript, probably written in the 
i6th century, containing a collection of medical receipts; from Dr. William James 
Morton, 2 photographs representing Dr. T. G. Morton's tuition tickets at Harvard 
Medical School, 1845, and a Diploma of Washington University granting Dr. Mor- 
ton the Honorary Degree of M.D. ; from the National Council of the Congre- 
gational Churches of the United States, the '* Congregational Year-books" for 
1893, 1901, 1902 and 1904; from the Polish Socialist Society of London, 14 vol- 
umes and 79 pamphlets of their publications; from Victor H. Paltsits, a copy of 
his ** Bibliography of the Writings of Baron LaHontan"; from John Robinson, 
5 annuals, including **The Jewel" for 1839, 1843, ^"^ 1846; from Elihu Root, his 
Argument before the Attorney General on the Canal Improvement Act; from the 
Thomas Jefferson Memorial Association, 18 volumes, being the writings of Thomas 
Jefferson, Mqnticello edition; from the Vermont State Library, 13 volumes and 
18 pamphlets, state docnments; from Paul Weir, 3 volumes of the ** Royal 
Gazette" of Bermuda; and from the Deutsche Gesellschaft von Pennsylvanien, 33 
of their ** Jahresberichte," 3 mounted photographs representing the laying of the 
cornerstone of their new building, 1888, and 8 pamphlets relating to the Germans 
in Philadelphia. 

One of the important purchases of the month was a volume of ** Laws Of Her 
Majesties Colony of New- York," printed in this city by William Bradford in 17 10. 
With this volume in the Library our file of the New York digests is complete so 
far as the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries are concerned; 1694, 1710, 1713, 
1726, 1752, 1762, 1774, i784» 1789, 1792-1797 (first to the third, fifth to the 
eleventh), all are New York imprints, 1719 (fourth in the series) is the London 

At the Lenox Branch the exhibitions of etchings by F61ix Bracquemond, 
Robert F. Blum, and R. Swain Gifford were continued during the month, as was 
also that of the Smith collection of Japanese prints and the Century Company's 


printing exhibit. To the Gifford Exhibition there were added on February 15 
three graphite drawings, by I. Ferris Lockwood, after paintings by Gifford. At 
the AsTOR Branch the plates illustrating anniversaries and holidays occurring in 
January to March were continued. 

At the Tompkins Square Branch the Print Room exhibition of plates from 
Audsley's ''Ornamental Arts of Japan *' was continued, as were the exhibitions of 
Racinet's costume plates at the 125TH Street Branch and the Hollyer etchings at 
the 67TH Street Branch. At Chatham Square the plates from the Wilkic 
Gallery remained on view, and at Yorkville Racinet's costume plates, Part a 
(after the XVIth Century). 

At the Circulation branches the picture bulletins and temporary collections of 
books on special shelves were as follows: At all of the branches, Abraham Lincoln 
and George Washington. In addition to these there were at Chatham Square, 
Charles Dickens, Lew Wallace; East Broadway, Famous men and women born 
in February, Bond Street, Making of an empire, Anthracite coal, California, 
Patriotic songs, Texas, New books; Ottendorfer, Sociology, African geography; 
Tompkins Square, Famous men and women born in February, Germany; Jackson 
Square, New books, France; Muhlenberg, Cow boy life, Songs of Burns, Won- 
ders of Colorado, The violin, California, Brittany and Normandy, Touraine, 
Switzerland ; Fifty-ninth Street, Longfellow, Famons men and women born in 
February; Riverside, New books; Seventy-sixth Street, Music, Questions of 
the day, St. Valentine's day; Yorkville, New books; St. Agnes, France, Eastern 
geography; Bloomingdale, Lew Wallace, Wild animals; Aguilar, Famous men 
and women born in February; One Hundred and Twenty-fifth Street, Lew 
Wallace; Tottenville, Our country, a story, South America, The making of a 

The new building for the Riverside Branch at 190 Amsterdam Avenue, between 
68th and 69th Streets, was opened with formal exercises on Thursday, February 
1 6th, at 4.30 p. M. Hon. Alfred J. Tailey, Civil Service Commissioner, the desig- 
nated representative of the Mayor, presided and accepted the building on behalf 
of the City from Hon. John L. Cadwalader, who turned it over on behalf of the 
Trustees of the New York Public Library. Addresses were also made by Frank 
Dodd, Esq., President of the Riverside Association, and by Dr. J. S. Billings, 
Director of the Library. Music was furnished by the Glee Club and Orchestra of 
the High School of Commerce. This branch building is the seventh erected by 
the Public Library from the Carnegie fund. The branch library that occupies it 
was first opened in connection with the Riverside Association in its building at 259 
West 69th Street on February 3, 1894, It was turned over to the New York Free 
Circulating Library on May 6, 1897, and received as a branch of the Public Library 
on February 23, 1901. After several removals it finds a permanent home in the 
new building just dedicated. 


By A. R. Hasse, Chief of the Document Department. 

Because of frequent inquiries for information about the two series of printed diplomatic correspond- 
ence known as the Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution (i 776-1783) and Diplomatic 
Correspondence of the United States (i 783-1 789), and because of frequent confusion of the two sedes, 
or of their various issues, as noted in catalogues, the following statement is made of the set owned by the 
New York Public Library. The set is believed to be complete. 

Of the first series, which covers the period 1 776-1 783, two editions were issued, namely : 

[i] Boston and New York, 1 829-1 830. 12 volumes. 8*. 
[2] Washington: John C. Rives, 1857. 6 volumes. 8*. 

Of the second series, which covers the period 1 783-1 789, three editions were issued, namely : 

i] Washington: F. P. Blair, 1 833-1 834. 7 volumes. 8*. 
'2 Washington: Blair & Rives, 1837. 7 volumes. 8"*. 
'3 J Washington: Blair & Rives, 1837. 3 volumes. 8**. 

The detailed statement is as follows : 

[Series i, 177^1783.] 

[edition i.] 

The I Diplomatic Correspondence | of the | Ameri- 
can Revolution. I Being J the letters of Benjamin 
Franklin, Silas Deane, John | Adams, John Jay, 
Arthur Lee, William Lee, Ralph Izard, | Francis 
Dana, William Carmichael, Henry Laurens, | John 
Laurens, M. Dumas, and others, concerning] the 
foreign relations of the United States | during the 
whole revolution; | together with | the letters in 
reply from the Secret Committee of | Congress, and 
the Secretary of Foreign Affairs. | Also, | the entire 
correspondence of the French ministers, | Gerard 
and Luzerne, with Congress. | Published under the 
Direction of the President of the United Sutes, 
from I the original Manuscripts in the Department 
of State, conformably | to a Resolution of Con- 
gress, of March 27th, 181 8. | Edited | by Jared 
Sparks. | Boston : N. Hale and Gray 6* Bowen, 
G, &^ C. &* H, Carvill, New York, 1829-30. 12 v. 

V. I. 1829. zxx, 514 pp. 

Silas Deane't correspondence, Mch. 3, Z776-Mch. 17, 1783, 
p. i-sao. Correspcmdence of the [American] commis- 
skmers at the court of France [Franklin, Deane, and 
Arthur Lee], Dec. z, Z776-Feb. 10, 1779, P« a2x-5Z4. 

V. 2. 1829. xxix, 528 pp. 

Corre s pondence of Arthur Lee, American commissioner at 
the court of France, Dec. 12, 1775-Dec. 7, 1780, p. z-aSa. 
Correspondence of William Lee, commissioner at courts of 
Vieiuia aiu) Berlin^ Jly. z, Z777-Mch. 3z^ Z78a, p. 283-362. 
Correspondence ot R^lph Izard, commissioner to Grand 
Dnke of Tuscany, Tljr. z, Z777-Aug. 6, Z780, p. 363-448. 
Correspondence of Henry Laurens, commissioner for nego- 
tiating a treaty of amity and commerce with Holland, Oct. 
26, J 779- Apr. 30, Z784, p. 449-528. 

V. 3. 1829. xxvi. 504 pp. 

Corr es pondence of Benjamin Franklin, American commis- 
siooer and minister plenipotentiary to the court of France, 
mad commifsioner tor negotiating a peace, Dec. 8^ Z776- 
Je. 29, Z782, p. 1-375. [Franklin*sT Journal of negotiations 
tor peace with Great Britain, May ^ z782-^e. 27, Z782, 
p. 376-477. Co r re s pondence of Frai^din, continued, Jly. 2, 
i78a-Auc. z6, Z782, p. 477-504. 

V. 4. 1829. xxvi, 507 pp. 

Correspondence of Franklin, continued, Aug. 23. Z782- 
Nov. 29, Z788, p. Z-23Z. Correspondence of John Adams, 
one of the commissioners to France, minister plenipoten- 
tiary to Holland, and one of the commissioners for negoti- 
ating a treaty of peace, Dec. 3, Z777-Apr. z6, Z780, p. 233- 
V. 5. 1829. XX, 504 pp. 

Correspondence of John Adams, continued, Apr. 17, Z780- 
May z6, 1781, p. z-504. 

V. 6. 1830. xxiii, 512 pp. 

Same, continued, May 16, i78z-Dec. 4, Z782, p. z-sza. 

V. 7. 1830. xxiv, 512 pp. 

Same, continued, Dec. Z4, Z782-Sept. zo, Z783, p. Z-Z67. 
Correspondence of John Jay, Dec. 20, Z779-N0V. 28, Z78Z, 
p. Z69-5Z2. 

V. 8. 1830. XXIV, 510 pp. 

Correspondence of John Jay^ntinued, Dec zi, Z78z-Jly* 
25, Z784, p. z-a37. Francis Dazm^s correspondence, Aug* 
zo, z78o-Dec. Z7, Z783, p. a39-5zo. 

V. 9. 1830. xxvii, 531 pp. 

Correspondence of William Carmichael, charg6 d*a£Faires 
from U. S. to court of Spain, Nov. 2, Z776-Au^. 30^ Z783, 
p. Z-Z92. Correspondence of John Laurens, special minister 
to the court of France, Dec. 33. z78o-Sept. 6, Z78Z, p. Z93- 
249. Correspondence of Charles W. F. Dumas, agent of 
the U. S. in Holland, Dec. Z9, Z77s-Je. 23, Z783, p. 25Z-S3X. 

V. 10. 1830. xxviii, 500 pp. 

Correspondence of Gen. La Fayette on the foreign affairs 
of the U.S., Nov. 23, Z78z-Oct. Z5, Z787, p. z-66. Corre- 
spondence of the Amencan commissioners [John Adams, 
Franklin, Jay, Henry Laurens, and Jeff ersonT for negotiat- 
ing a peace with Great Britain, Je. zs, Z78i-Se|>t. zo,-z783, 
p. 67-230. Correspondence of C. A. Gerard, minister pleni- 
potentiary from the court of France to the U.S., Men. 28, 
Z778-Sept. 35, z^79, p. 2^-356. Correspondence of C. A. 
de la Luzerne, minister plenipotentiary from France to the 
U. S., Sept. z6, Z779-Sept. 6, Z78Z, p. 357-500. 

v. II. 1830. xxxii, 503 pp. 

Correspondence of Lucerne, continued, Sept. zo, Z78Z-? 
Z787, p. Z-Z93. Corres(>ondence of Robert Livingston, 
secretary of foreign affairs, Jan. zo, Z78z-Je. 2, Z783, p. 
>95~349* Correspondence of Robert Morris, superintend- 
ent offinance, Feb. 7, X78Z-N0V. 2, Z78Z, p. 343-S03« 




V. 12. 1830. xxiv, 502 pp. 

Correspondeoceof Robert Morris, continaed, Nov. 3, 1781- 
Nov. 1, 1784, p. z-soa. 


Resolotioaof Mch. 37« 1818 (3 St. L., 475),directs printing of 
** the Foreign Correspoodeoce of the Congress of the United 
States, from the first meeting thereof, down to the date of the 
ratification of the definitive treatv of peace, between Great 
Britain and the United States, in the vear seventeen hundred 
and eighty three, except such oarts 01 the said foreign corre- 
spondence as the President 01 the United Slates may deem it 
improper at this time to publish/^ 

General appropriation bill for 1830 (4 St. L., 381) provides 
^* For enaUing the Secretary of State to execute a contract with 
Jared Sparks, of Boston, made by Henry Clay^ late Secreurv 
of State, for printing and publishing the foreign correspond- 
ence of the Congress of the United States, from the first meet- 
ing thereof to . . . [1783], thirty-one thousand three hundred 


Resolution of Mch. 27, 1818, provides " one copv shall be 
furnished to each member of the present Congress (/. r., 15th 
congress, 347 members], and the residue shall remain subject 
to tne future disposition of congress.'* 

An Act for the distribution of certain books therein men- 
tioned, approved Mav 36, 1830 (4 St. L., 407) Sec. i provides 
for the distribution of the diplomatic correspondence to various 
federal, sute, and territorial oflSdals and institutions, etc. 

A RcMlution to place 30 copies of the diplomatic correspond- 
ence of the American revolution at the disposition of the Secre- 
tary of State ** for the use of the diplomatic agents of the U. S. 
in foreign countries," was approved Mch. a, 1833 (4 St. L., 

[edition 2.] 

The I Diplomatic Correspondence | of the | Ameri- 
can ReYoIntion: I Being! the letters of Benjamin 
Franklin, Silas Deane, John Adams, John Jay, | 
Arthar Lee, William Lee, Ralph Izard, Francis 
Dana, William | Carmichael, Henry Laurens, John 
Laurens, M. Domas, and | others, concerning the 
foreign relations of the | United States during the 
whole rerolotion; | together with | the letters in 

reply from the Secret Committee of Congress, and 
the secretary of foreign affairs. | Also, | the entire 
correspondence of the French ministers, Gerard 
and I Luzerne, with Congress. | Published under 
the Direction of the President of the United States, 
from the original Manuscripts | in the Department 
of State, conformably to a Resolution of Congress, 
of March 27th, 1818. | Edited by Jared Sparks. | 
New Edition: fVashingion: Published by John C. 
Hives, 1857. 6 V. 23cm. 
Sabin, no. 20215. 

V. I. xxzix, 736 pp. 

Comprises material included in v. 1-3 of the above-noted 
12 volume edition. 

V. 2. xxxiv, 730 pp. 

Comprises material included in v. 3-4 of the above-noted 
12 volume edition. 

V. 3. xxvi. 728 pp. 

Comprises material included in v. 5-6 of the above-noted 
12 volume edition. 

V. 4. xxviii, 737 pp. 

Comprises material included in v. 7-8 of the above-noted 
12 volume edition. 

V. 5. xxxvi. 747 pp. 

Comprises material included in v. 9-10 of the above-ooced 
Z2 v<Mume edition. 

V. 6. xxxviii, 710 pp. 

Comprises material included in v. zz-13 of the above-noted 
Z2 volume edition. 


for the State DepMtment, fifteen thousand dollars.** For cor- 
re^xmdence recommending this appropriation see 34 cong., 
3 sess., H. ex. doc. Z3, and 35 cong., z sesa., H. ex. doc. Z4. 

[Series 2, 1 783-1 789.] 
[edition i.] 

The I Diplomatic Correspondence | of the | United 
States of America, | from the signing of the | defi- 
nitive treaty of peace, | loth September, 1783, | to 
the I adoption of the constitution, March 4, 1 789. | 
Being | the letters of the presidents of congress, 
the secretary | for foreign affairs — American min- 
isters at foreign | courts, foreign ministers near 
congress — reports | of committees of congress, 
and reports of | the secretary for foreign affairs 
on I various letters and communications; | together 
with I letters from individuals on public affairs. | 
Published under the direction of the Secretary of 
State, I from the original Manuscripts in the De- 
partment of Sute, I conformably to an Act of 
Congress, approved May 5, 1832. | 
City of Washington: Printed by Francis Preston 
Blair, 1 833-34. 7 v. 21cm. 

▼. I. 1833. xl, 504 pp. 

Correspondence of Elias Boudinoc, president of Congress, 
pp. 1-138. Correspondence of John Jay, secretary for 
foreign affairs, with M. de Marbois, charge d'affaires 
of His Most Christian Majesty, p. 139-385. Correspond- 
ence of General the Marquis de la Fayette, p. 387-457. 
The correspondeoce of Thocnas Barclay, p. 459-504. 

▼. a. 1833. xxxiv, 504 pp. 

Corre s poodence of Benjamin FrankUn. p. 1-90. Corre- 

H>odeocc of John Adams, minister plempoteotiary to 
oUand, p. Z01-190. Correspondence of John Adams, 
Benjamin rranklin, and Thomas Jefferson joint commis- 

sion's, and ministers plenipotentiary for the formation of 
treaties of amity and commerce with foreign powen, p. 
193-346. Correspondence of Thomas Jefferson, one erf the 
commissioners for the formation of treaties of amity and 
commerce, and minister plenipotentiary to France, with 
the answers of John Jay, secretary for foreifn affairs, 
p. 349-504. 

V. 3. 1833. XXV, 507 pp. 

Correspondence of Thomas Jeff( 
p. 1-507. 

ersoo, etc, continoed. 


V. 4. 1833. xxxi, 504 pp. 

Correspondence of Thomas Jefferson, etc, continoed, 
p. S-149. Correspondence of John Aoams, one of the 
commissioners for the formation of treaties of amity and 
commerce and minister pIcnipotentiarY to England, with 
the answers of John Jay, secretary for foreign affairs, 
p. 152-504. 

V. 5. 1833. xxiv, 492 pp. 

\r!orrespondence of John Adams, etc, oontinoed, p. 1-369. 
Correspondence of Col. W. S. Smith, s ecret a ry of legatioD 
at the court of London; with the answers of John Jay,, 
secretary for foreign affairs, p. 371-492. 

V. 6. 1833. xxxiv, 518 pp. 

Correspondence of John Jay, secretary for foreign affairs,, 
with John Temple, consul general from Great Britain, 
p. 1-6^. Correspondence of John Jay, secretary for for- 
eign affairs, with I^iego de Gardoqui, charg^ d'affaires 
from Spain, p. 65-272. Correspondence of WnuCarmicharl. 
charg^ d'affaires at the court of Spain.with the answers of 
John Jay, secretary for foreign affairs, p. 973-417. Cor- 
respondence of P. J. Van Berckel, minister plenipotentiary 
from the United Netherlands, with the president of coo- 
gress and John Jay, secretary of foreign a&in, p. 419-518. 



▼. 7. 1834. XXX, 512 pp. 

Correspondence of C. W. F. Dumas, p. z-a86. Corre- 
spondence of capt. John Paul Jones, agent to solicit pay- 
ment for prizes taken in Europe under his command, p. 
187-437. Letters from individuals on public afEairs, and 
reports of secretary John Jay, p. 439-512. 


On Dec. aa, 1830, it was resolved, on motion of Galian C 
Verplanck, represenutive from New York, **that the Com- 
mittee on the Library be instructed to inquire into the expedi- 
ency of ordering to be published, under the direction of the 
Seovtary of State, the diplomatic correspondence of the United 
States under the old Confederation, from the peace of 1783 to 
the organization of the Government after tne adoption of 
the present constitution" (ai. a. H. jol., 91). On Feb. 10, 1831, 
Mr. Everett, from the Committee on the Library, pursuant to 
the above resolution, reported a joint resolution, which was 
read the first time and then was not heard of again (ib., ago). 
The twenty-first congress adjourned on March 3, i8iz. 

Daring the first session of the next congress, Mr. Verplanck 
again took ap the subject, and on March 9, 1833, he introduced 
a bill (aa. z. ti. R. 447) ** making an appropriation for the pub- 
Ucation of certain (Hplomatic corre s pondence, etc.** (aa. i. H. 
j<d., 4^). The report accompanying the bill (aa. x. H. rpt. 356) 
induoM a list, submitted by Edward Livingston, then Secre- 
tary of State, of the correspondence in the State Department, 
which, properly, would be included in the contemplated publi- 
cation. The provisions of this bill (H. R. 457) were after- 
wards transfeiired to the general appropriation bill for 183a, 
approved May 5, 183a (4 St. L., 513), and read ** To enable tne 
Secretary of State to cause to be printed, under his direction, 
a selection from the diplomatic correspondence of the Unitea 
States, between . . . [Z783-Z780I remaininir unpublished in the 
Department of State, twdve tnousand dollars.*' 


During the first session of the twenty-third congress, on 
May 9, 1834, a letter from the Secretary of State (Louis 
McLane) was presented to the Senate, in which the secretary 
stated thmt 965 sets of the correspondence printed under act of 
May 5, z83a, bad been placed in charge of the clerk of the 
House, and were at the disposition ofConm-ess. The letter 
was referred to the Joint Committee on the Library (33. z. S. 

§1., 354). On May 13. the same letter was presented to the 
ouse and was similarly referred (33. i. H. jol., 6ai, 624). On 
inoe 4, 1834, Mr. Everett, from tne Joint Committee on the 
ibrary, reported a joint resolution (33. z. H. J. res. 6) ** pro- 
viding K>r the distribution of Diplomatic Correspondence of 
the United States, Z783-Z789*' (33. z. H. jol., 693). This joint 
resolntioo was approved June z8 (4 St. L., 743). 

[edition 2.] 

The I Diplomatic Correspondence | of the | United 
Sutes of America, | from the signing of the | defi- 
nitive treaty of peace, | September 10, 1783, | to 
the I adoption of the constitution, March 4, 1789. | 
Being | the letters of the presidents of congress, 
the secretary | for foreign affairs — American min- 
isters at foreign | courts, foreign ministers near 
congress — reports | of committers of congress, and 
reports of | the secretary for foreign affairs on | vari- 
OQs letters and communications; | together with let- 
ters from individuals on public affairs. | Published 
under the direction of the Secretary of State, from 
the I original Manuscripts in the Department of 
Bute, conformably | to an Act of Congress, ap- 

proved May 5,1832. I City of Washington: Printed 
by Blair fir* Rives^ 1837. 7 v. 2icnj. 

This edition is not mentioned in Sabin or in Poore, and is 
sometimes found in catalogues confused with the Z833-34 
edition. It collates identically as to pages with tbe Z833-34 
edition. It is not a re-issue, however, irom the same type, but 
has been set up from a new body of type. While it collates 
similarly as to paging with the earlier edition, it does not do 
so as to lines. Note line 5 on page 3Z3 respectively of the two 
editions; note also error in page numbering of p. az3 of the 
x8?3'*34 edition, which has been correctly printed in tne Z837 
edition. Although the lining of the title-page is the same in 
the two editions,the font of type used is unmisukably different. 

[edition 3.] 

The I Diplomatic Correspondence | of the | United 
States of America, | from the signing of the | defi- 
nitive treaty of peace, | loth September, 1783, | to 
the I adoption of the constitution, March 4, 1789. | 
Being | the letters of the presidents of congress, the 
secretary for foreign | affairs — American ministers 
at foreign courts, foreign ministers | near congress 
— reports of* committees of congress, and reports | of 
the secretary for foreign affairs on various letters | 
and communications; | together with | letters of 
individuals on public affairs. | Published under the 
direction of the Secretary of State, from the origi- 
nal Manuscripts in the | Department of State, con- 
formably to an Act of Congress, approved May 5, 
1832. I City of Washington: Printed by Blair 6» 
Rives, 1837. 3 V. 23cm. 

On verso of title-page is an extract from the law authorizing 
the printing of the compilation, and below that is the legend: 
^^ Eaition in three volumes, published by John C. Rives, Z855." 

Sabin, no. 30315 ; see also p. Z73, report Librarian of Con- 
gress, Z904. 

V. I. 1837. xlviii, 837 pp. 

Correspondence of Elias Boudinot, p. z-98. Corresponds 
ence ot John Jay, p. 99-375. Correspondence of Lafayette, 
p. 377-337. Correspondence of Thomas Barclay, p. 339- 
363. Correspondence of Franklin, p. 363-43Z. Correspond- 
ence of John Adams, p. 433-49)9. Correspondence of 
Adams, Franklin and lefferson, p. 499-608. Correspond- 
ence of Jefferson and Jay, p. 609-837. 

v. 2. 1837. xxxiii, 834 pp. 

Correspondence of Jefferson and Jay, continued, p. z-333. 
Correspondence of Adams and Jay, p. 333-834. 

▼•3. 1837. xxxix, 819 pp. 

Correspondence of W. S. Smith and John Tay, p. z-89. 
Correspondence of Tohn Jay and John Temple, p. 9Z-Z34. 
COrrespondenceof John Jay and Diego de Gardoqui,p.z35- 
38z. Correspondence of William C^rmichael and John Tay, 
383-386. Correspondence of P. J. Van Berckel and John 
av, p. 387-457. Correspondence of C. W. F. Dumas and 
bhn Jay, p. 459-658. Correspondence of capt. John Paul 
Jones, p. 659-758. Letters from individuals on public 
affairs, and reports of secretary John Jay, p. 759-819. 


On March Z9, Z856, Secretary of State Marcy addressed the 
chairman of the House Committee on Ways and Means, ask 
ing for an appropriation of $7500 to purchase 500 copies of the 
three-volume stereotyped edition of the Diplomatic Corre- 
spondence (34 cong., z sess. H. misc. doc. 70). This sum was 
allowed in the sundry civil bill for 1857, approved Aug. 18 
Z856 (zz, St. L., 105). 


Order of Arrangement : 



Public Documents and Official Publications (Serl/^ls). 

Census and Vital Statistics. 


General Works. 

Ecclesiastical History. 

Essays and Miscellany. 
Topography, Maps, Local History, etc. 



Works relating to spEaAL periods (arranged chronolo- 
Irish (Gaelic) Language. 



Irish (Gaelic) Literature, Folklore, etc. 



Individual Texts and Authors. 
Irish Music. 

More specific subjects than the above, such as Irish industries, the poor, a^niculture, politics, etc, 
are entered, in the main, in the s^oup of Works relating to Special Periods, these subjects in the index 
(pard) catalogue of the library being entered under their own names and not under Ireland. 

Very few periodical entries are included in this list, though many such entries may be found under 
their subject headings in the index (card) catalogue. 

With few exceptions the works here noted are in the Astor branch. 


Arbols de Jabain-viUe (Henri de). Essa 
d*un catalogue de la litt^rature ^pique de Tlrlande, 
pr^^d^ d*une ^tude sur les manuscrits en langue 
iriandaise conserved dans les isles britanniques et 
sur le continent. Paris, 1883. 8". 

Catalofl^e (A) of Irish manuscripts. (Archae- 
ologia Briunnica, by E. Lhuyd. Oxford, 1707. 
f. pp. 435-436.) 

Cathedral Total Abstinence Society, Phiia. 
Catalogue of books in the Irish library. Philadel- 
phia, 1%%^, 20 pp. 8'. 

Dally (James) 6f* Co. Catalogue of standard 
Catholic publications, authorized Catholic prayer 
books, works relating to Ireland, and works of his- 
tory and fiction. Jan., 1903. Dublin: J, Duffy 
&* Co., 1903. 160 pp. 16*. 

EvaoB (Edward). Historical and bibliographi- 
cal account of almanacks, directories, etc., etc., 
published in Ireland from the sixteenth century. . . 
Dudlin: Office of ** The Irish Builder,'' 1897. viii, 
150 pp. 12". 

GUbert (Sir John T.) Irish bibliography. 
With an introduction, etc., by E. R. McClintock 
Dix. I pi. (Proc. Roy. Irish Acad. v. 25, sec- 
tion C, Archaeol. pp. 1 17-142. Dublin, 1904.) 

Halliday (Bernard), Leicester, Eng, Ireland 
and Irish families. Catalogue of a special collec- 
tion of books on Ireland, and a remarkable collec- 
tion of original manuscripts and deeds from 150010 
1850, relating to the principal families of Ireland 
. . .mostly from the collection of Rev. J. Graves. . . 
Leicester, 1904. 12 pp. 8"*. (Catalogue no. 7.) 

Historic (The) literature of Ireland, an essay 
on the publications of the Irish Archseological 
Society. Dublin: W, B, Kelly, 1851. 64 pp. 8^ 

Repnnted from the Irish Quarterly Review. 

** HistorieuBt" pseud. The best hundred 
Irish books. Introductory and closing essays by 
"Historicus.". . . With annotated index, n, /. 
[188-] 60 pp. 8*. 

Repr.: Freeman^t Journal. 

List (A) of books and pamphlets written by the 
members of the National Literary Society, Dublin. 
(Jour. Nat. Lit. Soc. of Ireland, v. i, pp. ii9- 
132. Dublin, 1900.) 

Lowdermilk (W. H.) 6r' a. Bibliotheca 
Hibernica. A collection of scarce and valuable 
works on. . . Ireland and the Irish people. IVeuh- 
i«^<wf [1890?]. 73-80 pp. 8*. (Catalogue no. 5.) 

Massey (N.) Catalogue of books relating to 
Ireland, no. 4, 6 (1903, 1904). Cork, 1903-04. 8**. 

Marray (A. F.) Bibliography. (In her: A 
history of the commercial . . . relations between Eng- 
land and Ireland .. . London, igo^, 8"*. pp.445- 

NieolBOn (William), Bish4>p of Derry, The 
Irish historical library, pointing at most of the au- 
thors and records in print or MS. serviceable to 
compilers of a history of Ireland, by William, lord 
bp. of Derry. Dublin, 1724. 12"*. 

O'Carry (Eugene). Lectures on the mana- 
script materials of ancient Irish history at the 
Catholic University of Ireland. Dublin, 1861. 
facsim. 8*". 

0*ReiUy (Edward). A chronological account 
of nearly four hundred Irish writers, commencing 
with the earliest account of Irish history, and car- 
ried down to the year of our Lord 1750; with A 
Descriptive Catalogue of such of their Works as are 
still extant in Verse or Prose, consisting of up* 
wards of one thousand separate tracts. (Ibemo- 
Celtic Society. Transactions, v. i, pt. i.) Dub- 
lin, 1820. (5) 1., ccxx.xiii pp. 4"*. 




BibUography^ contd. 

Peel (Robert). Bibliotheca Hibernicana; or, a 
descriptive catalogfue of a select Irish library. Dub- 
lin: IV. Folds ^ Son, 1823. 8 p.l., 51 pp. 8". 

R. (T. B.) Rough preliminary list of books 
printed in the Irish character and language. (The 
Celtic Magazine. Inverness, 1885. v. 10, pp. 584- 

Titles of 46 works printed between zn7x and 18x7. 
Reid (John). Bibliotheca Scoto-celtica, or An 
account of all the books which have been printed in 
the Gaelic language, with bibliographical and bio- 
graphical notices. Glasgow, 1832. 8". 

Ware (Sir James). JCt, The history of the 
writers of Ireland, In two books, viz. : I. Such 
Writers who were bom in that Kingdom. And, II. 
Such who, though Foreigners, enjoyed Preferments 
or Offices there, or had their Education in it; with 
an Account of all the Works they published. Writ- 
ten in Latin. . .translated. . .revised and improved 
. . . and continued down to the Beginning of the 
present Centunr. By Walter Harris. Dublin: 
Robert Bell and John Fleming, 1764. 2 p.l., 363 
<5)pp. f. 

Periodicals, etc. 

Poorer (J.) Irish literary periodicals, 1730- 
1865. (Notes and Queries. London, \%^, 3. sen, 
▼. 9. p. 173.) 

All IrelaJid Review. Edited by Standish 
O'Grady. v. i-date. Dublin, 1900-date. f. 

AaiMrie»n-Irish Historical Society. Journal. 
Edited by T. H. Murray and T. B. Lawler. v. i- 
3 (i 898-1900). Boston, 1898-1900. 8*. 

Organised in Boston so January, 1897. 

American Irish Historical Society. What 

it is and what its purposes are. Boston, iSgj. 24^ 

Booklet of information regarding the Ame- 
rican-Irish Historical Society. By Thomas Ham- 
ilton Murray, secretary-general. Boston and New 
York: The Society, 1905. 27(2) pp. 18". 

Danaher (Franklin M.) Earlv Irish in 

Albany, N. Y., with special mention of Jan Andri- 
essen, *' De lersman van Dublingh". .. Read... 
Jan. 19, 1903. Boston, 1903. 44 pp., i port. 8**. 

LiNBHAN (J. C), and Murray (T. H.) 

Irish schoolmasters in the American colonies, 1640- 
1775- Washington, 1898. 8". 

Murray (T. H.) Gen. John Sullivan and 

the battle of Rhode Island. [Providence, 1902.] 8". 

Irish Rhode Islanders in the American 

Revolution. With some mention of those serving 
in the regiments of. . .Greene, and other noted 
commanders. Providence, 1903. 8". 

Antholoc^ Hibernica; or monthly collections 
of science, l>elles-lettres, and history, v. 1-2. 
(1793.) Dublin, 1793. 8". 

Belfkst Naturalists* Field Club. Annual re- 
port and proceedings. 6-10 (1868-76); series 2, 
V. I, nos. 1-7; V. 2, nos. 1-7; v. 3, nos. 1-6; v. 4, 
nos. 1-7; ▼. 5. nos. 1-2 (1873-1902/03). Appen- 
dix 1-9; V. 2 [no.] 1-6 (1870-96). Belfast, 1869- 
1903. 8". 
6-Ko are called Annual report onlj. 

Bellkst (The) News Letter (George Gordon). 
July 3-Dec. 14, 1795 (nos. 6041-6088). Belfast^ 
1795. '•. 

Beltaine; an occasional publication. The 
organ of the Irish Literary Theatre. Edited by 
W. B. Yeats, no. 1-3 (1899-1900). London, 
1809-1900. 8'. 

No. z-3 form zst annual Tolnroe. 

Celt (The), A weekly periodical of Irish national 
literature. Edited by a committee of the Celtic 
Union, no. 1-22, supplement (Aug. -Dec., 1857); 
no. 1-6 (March-Aug., 1858); new ser. vol. i, no. 
1-4 (Aug.-Nov., 1859). Dublin, i857-[59]. 8*. 

Celtift* A Pan-Celtic monthly magazine, v. i- 

date (1901-date). Dublin, 1901-date. 4". 

Celtic (The) magazine: A monthly periodical 
devoted to the literature, history, antiquities, folk- 
lore, traditions. . .etc., of the Celt, at home and 
abroad, v. 1-13. Inverness, 1876-88. 8". 

T. z ed. bjr Alexander Mackenrie and Alexander Mac- 
gregor; V. a-zi by Blackenzie; v. za-13 by Alexander Macbain. 

Celtic Society. [Publications.] Dublin, i^4y- 
55. 6 V. 12* and 8*. 

Namely: Leabhar na g-Ceart, or. The book of rights, 1847; 
Lvnch, J., Cambrensit evertut, z848-5a, i v.; Miscellany, 
Tne genealonr of Corca Laidhe. Poem on the battle of Dun. 
by GIlla-Brignde Mac Coumhiahe, Docwra*9 tracts. Several 
poems, pedigrees and extracts, ed. by J. O* Donovan, Z849; 
Cath Mhaighe L^ana, or Battle of Magh Leana, witb Tocb- 
mare Mom^ra, or Coortship of Momera, tranuation by E. 
Curry, Z855. 

Citiaen(The). Edited by John Mitchel. v. 1-4. 

(1854-1857). New York, 1854-57. f". 
V. a-4 edited by J. McClenahan. 
No more published ? 
V. 3-4 lack t.-p. 

Claidheamli (An) Soluis. Azur F4inne an lae. 
V. i-date. Dublin, 1899-date. f. 
The GaeUc League Weekly. 

Cork Historical and Archaeological Society. 

Journal, v. 1-3 (1892-94) ; 2. sen, v. i-date (1895- 

date). Cork, 1892-date. 4". 

Dublin (The) almanac and general register of 
Ireland for the year. . . 1834. Dublin, 1833. 8*. 

Dnblin (The) Penny Journal. 1832-1836. 

London [1833-36]. 4 v. 4 . 
Conducted by Phiup Dixon Hardy. 

Dnblin Penny Journal. A magazine of art, 
archaeology, literature and science, v. i-date. 
1902-date. Dublin, 1902-date. 4**. 

Weekly. Current. 

Dublin Philosophical Society. See Dnblin 
University Philosophical Society. 

Dnblin (The) Quarterly Journal of Science: 
containing papers read before the Royal Dublin 
Society, the Royal Irish Academy, the Geological 
Society of Dublin, and the Natural History Society 
of Dublin. Edited by Samuel Houghton, v. 1-6. 
Dublin, 1861-66. 8^ 

Dnblin Review, v. 1-52 (1836-63); n. s., v. 

1-31 (1863-78); 3. sen, V. 1-25 (or V. 109 of whole 

file) (1879-91); V. iio-date (1891-datc). Dublin, 

1836-datc. 8*. 

Quarterly. Current, v. 118 has a list of articles published 
in V. Z-118. Edited successively by Ward, Hedley, and Mayer. 

Dnblin Society. Transacations. v. i, no. 1-2; 
V. 2. no. 1-2; V. 3-v. 6. (i 799-1 808.) Dublin: 
Graisberry 6f* Campbell, 1800-18 10. 8*. 



Periodicals^ confd, 

Dublin (The) University Mag^azine. A literary 

and political journal, vol. 15-90 (1840-77). Dub' 

lin, 1840-77. 8% 

Continued as Vnlversltj Magazine. A literary and 
philosophical review. 

Dublin University Philosophical Society. 
Transactions. 1.-3. sessions (1842-45). Dublin^ 
1843-46. 8*. 

Dufly*8 Hibernian Magazine. A monthly jour- 
nal of legends, tales, &c. v. 1-5. Dublin, 1862- 
64. 8". 

£riu« The Journal of the School of Irish 
Learning, Dublin. Edited by Kuno Meyer and 
John Strachan. v. i, pt. I. Dublin, 1904. 8**. 

** It is intended to bring out half-yearly nnmbers, two of 
which will form a volume." Current. 

Fainne an Lae; a weekly bilingual newspaper 
for the advancement of the Irish language, vols. 
1-5. Dublin, 1 898-1900. f*. 

Merged into: Claldheamh (An) Soluis. 

Fenian Brotherhood of America. Proceedings 
of the national congress. 2d, 8th (1865, 1869). 
Philadelphia, New York, 1 865-1 869. 8*. 

To the Fenian Brotherhood of America. 

Official report of the investigating committee of the 
department of Manhattan... New York, 1866. 
102 pp. 8". 

Gael (The). See Gaodhal (An). 

Gaelic (The) American, v.i-date. (1903-date.) 
New York, 1903-date. F*. 

Gaelic Journal. See Irioleabhar na Gaed- 

Gaelic League Weekly. See Claidheamh 

(An) Soluis. 

Gaelic Society of Dublin. Transactions, v. i. 
Dublin, iio8. 8^ 
Edited by T. O* Flanagan. No more published. 

Gaelic Society, established for the Investiga- 
tion and Revival of Ancient Irish Literature. 

Transactions, v. i. Dublin, 1808. 8*. 
No more published. 

Gaodhal (An). (The Gael.) A monthly bi- 

lingual magazine devoted to the promotion of the 

language, literature, music, and art of Ireland, v. 

i8-^ate. (1899-date.) New York, 1899-date. 4°. 

George Faulkner*8 Dublin Journal. Sept. 
23, 1802. Dublin, 1802. V, 

Hibernian Journal; or, Chronicle of Liberty. 
Nov. 27-28, 1 801, Mar. i-Oct. 8, 1802 (nos. 7364- 
7365, 7444-7687). London, 1 801-1 802. f*. 

Hibernian (The) Magazine; or, compendium 
of entertaining knowledge, containing the greatest 
variety of the most curious and useful in every 
branch of polite literature, v. 1-8 (1771-78); 1779- 
1811. Dublin, 1771-1811. 41 V. 8*. 

The volumes for 1786-1811 have the title: Walker's Hibernian 
Magazine. The volumes for 1779-1811 are not numbered. Some 
volumes are imperfect. No more published. 

Ibemo-Celtic Society. Transactions, v. i, 
pt. 1(1820). Dublin, \%20. 4'. 

No more was published, v. x, pt. i, consists of : A chrono- 
logical account of nearly four hundred Irish writers, commenc- 
ing with the earliest account of Irish history, and carried down 
to the year of our Lord 1750 : with a descriptive catalogue of 
such of their works as are still extant in verse or prose, con- 
sbting of upwards of one thousand separate tracts. By Ed- 
ward O'Reilly. 

Illustrated (The) Dublin Journal. A miscel- 
lany of amusement and popular information. By 
the most eminent writers, v. i (1861-62). Dublin, 
1862. 4°. 

Irish Agricultural Organization Societv, Ltd. 
Annual report, 4 (1898). Dublin, 1898. f . 

Irish American. ▼. 49-55 (i 897-1903). New 
York, 1 897-1903. f*. 

Irish-American (The) Almanac. 1875, 1877. 
New York, 1 875-1877. 12"*. 

Irish Archaeological and Celtic Society. [Publi- 
cations.] Dublin, 1841-68. 22 V. 8*". 

Tracts relating to Ireland. 1841-43. a v. 

Grace ( Tunes). Tacobi Grace, Kilkenniensis, Annates Hibemiae. 

Edited ... by R. Butler. 184a. 
Banquet (The) of Dun Na A-Gedh, and the Battle of Magh 

Kath, an ancient historical tale . . . With . . . notes by J. 

O'Donovan. 184a. 
Tribes (The) and (Customs of Hy-Many, comoKMily called 

0*KeUy's country . . . With . . . notes ... by J. O'Donovan. 

Book of obits and maityrology of the Cathedral Church of the 

Holy Trinity . . . Edited. . . by J. C. Grosthwaite . . . 1844. 
Registrum Prioratus Omnium Sanctorum juzta Dublin. Edited 

... by R. Butler. 1845. 
O* Flaherty (Roderic). A chorographical description of West. 

or H-Iar Connaught. 2846. 
Miscellany (The) of the Society. 1846. ▼. z. 
Nennius. Leabhar breathnach annso sis : the Irish version of 

the Historia Britonum. Edited ... by J. H. Todd. 1848. 
Clynn (John), and Dowling (T.) Annals of Ireland . . . Edited 

... by R. Butler. 1849. 
O'Kelly (Charles). Macan?: Excidium, or the destruction of 

Cyprus: being a secret history of the war of the revolution 

in Ireland. Edited . . . by J. C. O'CaUaghan. 1850. 
Colton (John). Acts of Archbishop Cotton in his metropolitan 

visitation of the Diocese of Derry, 1397 . . . Edited ... by 

W. Reeves. 1850. 
Petty (Sir William). The history of the survey of Ireland, com- 
monly called the Down survey . . . Edited ... by T. A. 

Larcom. 1851. 
Liber hymnorum. The book of hymns of the ancient church 

of Ireland . . . Edited . . . by T. H. Todd. 18^5-69. 3 v. 
Adamnan. The life of St. Columba, founder of Hy . . . Notes 

... by W. Reeves. 1857. 
Irish glosses. A medixval tract on Latin declension, with 

examples explained in Irish . . . Edited by^ W. Stokes, i860. 
Annals of Ireland. Three fragments copied from ancient 

sources by D. MacFirbisigh; and edited. . . by J. O'Dono- 
van. x86o. 
Reprinted from the Irish Quarterly Review. 
The topographical poems of John O Dubhagain and Giolla na 

Naomh 0*Huidhrin. Edited ... by J. O'Donovan. i86a. 
Martyrology of Donegal. A calendar of the saints of Ireland. 

Translated ... by . . . J. O'Donovan. Edited by J. H. 

Todd. 1864. 
Sanas Chormaic. Cormac's glossary. Translated and anno- 

Uted by J. O'Donovan. 1868. 
A contemporary history of a£Fairs in Ireland from 1641-1653 . . . 

with an appendix of original letters and documents. Edited 

by John Thomas Gilbert. 1879-80. 3 v. in 6. 

The historic literature of Ireland, an essay 

on the publications of the Irish Archaeological So- 
ciety. Dublin: W, B, Kelly, 1851. 64 pp. 8". 

IriBh Catholic, v.iy-date. (1904-date.) Dublin, 
1904-date. f°. 

Irish (The) Catholic Directory, Almanac and 
Registry; with complete ordo in English by [M.] 
Keogh. Annual publication, 46 (1881). Dublin 
[1881]. I2^ 

Irish (The) citizen, v. i, nos. 1-52 (19 Oct., 1867- 
10 Oct., 1868). New York, 1867-68. V. 
Weekly. Edited and published by John Mitchel. 

Irish (The) Congregational Record, v. i. Dub- 
lin, 1834. 12*. 

Irish Ecclesiastical Record. A monthly jour- 
nal under episcopal sanction, v. 1-5 (1864-69); 



Ptrioditah. ceni'd. 

!oew series] t. 6-12 (1869-76); 3. ser. ». 1-4, 6-11 
1880-S3, 1883-90); 4. ser. F. 4-date (iSgB-date). 
DvbUn. lB64-date. 8°. 

IH«h (Th«) Fneod: a monthly periodical, de- 
voted chiefly 10 the interests of Friends. Btlfait : 
J. Maiauley, i837-i84». v, l~S. 4°. 

Irlch Emieraot Society, New York. Report 
of the presideDt, 1S99, 1903. [Nfu Yeri, 1899- 
1903.] 8°.«1ir..1P<.tnnlii>TInIr.n rPnMi-.tioos.] 

Why oulnsci are Hopped, li^l ■! lut I 

PublicatioDs issued during the year 1888, 

£>Mtttn, ilZi. 900 pp. 8°. 

V<^umc coouiiu ■ tabia of coDtcDCL 

Irish magaiine. Jan., iSio. DuUin, iSio. 8*. 

Irish (The) Metropolitan Magaziae. v. 1-3 
(Apl., 1857-Sept., 135B). Dublin, 1857-58. 8°. 

Irish Monthly. A magazine of general litera- 
lure, T. I-dale. Dublin, iB73-date. 8°. 

Cnmnl. Titlc-pwe al v, i readi: The Irish Muathly U««- 
liiK f'Cuboliclctlud"). 

Irish (The) Monthly Magazine of Politics and 
Literature, v. I. no. l-ia ('83*); v. a, no. 13-ao 
(1833); (1834). ZJaitf™, 1832-1 834. 8°. 

Irish Mtuical Monthly. A journal devoted to 
the interests of music in church and school, t. I 
<MaTCh. 1903-Feb., 1904). ^HJ/i'n, 1903-1904. 8°. 

No more pnUbhcd. 

Irish (The) Nation, v. i-a (1881/82-1883/83). 
JVriB yeri. 1881-1883. {'. 

Irish National Land League. The land con- 
fereiice[I>ubliu], Apr. 19, 1880. DuiUn.iiio. S*. 

Lisiof branchet. ..loajthNorember, i8Bo. 

{zhibUH, 1880.] Hi. r. 

Memorandam as to cases of rack reDtiug. 

IDMilin, i83o?] 34 pp. obi. 4*. 

Cor* Braiui. 

Bell (G. W.) Speech. . .June ta. 18B1, and 
letter to Mr. John O'Connor. 

Cmnty Dentgal. 

[Evidence as to clearances, evictions, rackrent- 
ing, etc.] »./. [about iB8o7], 

Nfwark Branch, Niviark, Ohio, 1881. 

Elliott (William J.) Address 00 the Irish 

National Land Question. ..Newark, Ohio. 
March 17. 1S81. 

Irish National Land League of the United 
Stales. Second annual convention. ..held at Wash- 
ington, D.C., April tachand 13th, 1882. Buffalo, 
N. ¥., Union b' Timti Print, 1882. 26 pp. 8°. 

Irish National Land League Association. [Pub- 
lications.] Dublin, 1B81. 8°. 

CoweHM.) Tbc Iriib criaii. 

FiNH(T.} NotHoiithefaiiMrrartiMlriihaMam. 

Good (At ludlord and bii tcnaou. 

HuLv {T. M.) Why [here it an Iriati land qnett ion ud an 
Irilh land leapie. 

Pabnill (C. S,} Speech on Gladuone's land Ull. 

Report al Ibe depntatioD of Cleveland mlnenoD the Hale 
of lieland. 

Irish (The) Natnrallst. A monthly joumal of 
general Irish natural history, v. i. no. 1-9; v. 3, 
00. I-I2; V. 3. no. i-a; t. 4-date (i8g3-date). 
Dublin. 1892-date. 8°. 

Irish (The) Quarterly Review, v. 1-9, (Mch. 
t8st-jBn. i860.) Dublin, 1851-60. 8°. 

Irish (The) Rosary, v. a, no. g (Sept. 1898), 
Dublin, 189B. 13*. 

Irish(Tbe) Shield and Monthly Milesian; a his- 
toric, literary and dramatic Journal. Edited by 0. 
Pepper, v. i, Ntw York, i8ag. 8°. 

Irish Society. Concise view of the origin, con- 
stitution, and proceedings of the honourable soci- 
ety of the governor and assistants of London, of 
tbc new plantation in Ulster London, 1833. 6°. 

An historical narrative of the origin and 

constitution of " The Society of the governor and 
assistants, London, of the new plantation In Ulster, 
within the realm of Ireland." commonly called the 
Honourable the Irish Society. ..Z^nabit [1S65]. 

Irish Temperance League Joumal. v. 38, do. 
8 (Oct. I, 1901), V. 3g. no. 8-9(Aug.-Sept., 1902), 
Sel/asI, 1901-1903. f°. 

Irish Texts Society. [Publications.] v. 1-4. 
London, 1B99-1901. 8*. 

Annual report, roles, list of members. 

[a, 6.] (1901, 1904.) London, 1901-1904. 8°. 

DiHNEBN (Patricks.)... An Irish-English 

dictionary. . , DubUn: M. H. Gill 6* Son, 1904. 

i, 303. " 

1, pp. 

Irish Theosopblst. v. i,no. S- Dubhn, 19^3, 

Irish Wheelman, v. 11, no. 16 (July 6, 1B97). 
Dublin. 1897. 8'. 

Irish (The) World and American Uberator. 
V. 9, no. 31. 47; V. II, no. 36 (1879, 1881); •>. 19. 
no. 943 (18SB): V. 25, no. 1368-137^, 1375, I30> 
(1894-95); V. a6, no. 1309-1329, 3331-1335. 1337- 
1358 (1895-96); V. 37, no. I359-I37-1 (1B96); v. 38, 
no. 1375-1406, 1409-1410 (i8g7); v. ag, no. 1487- 
I4g7. I499-'53I (1899); v. 30. no. I53»-1545. 
1547-1554, 1556-1581. 1583; •■ 31. no. 1584-163S 
(1900); V. 33, no. 1636-1665, 1673-74, 1677-1684, 
1684-1687(1901); V. 33 (igoa-date). A'iio Yori, 

1879-daie. r. 

3 Irilh," pnbUahed ■ 

Piservatiao and ColtintioD of Ibe Iriih Languacc." 



Periodicals^ confd. 

Irishman (The). Apr. 6. 1872 (v. 14. no. 39). 
Dublin, 1872. r. 

Literary Journal, vol. 1-5. Dublin, 1744- 
49. 8% 
Edited by Rev. Mr. Drox. Each volume in a parts. 

Loyal Orang^e Institution of Great Britain. To 
the members of the Carlton club and the conserva- 
tives of England [description of the Institution]. 
[Broadside, 2 col.] London: Redford &• bobbins, 
printers [iS^ 7], f*. 

Loyal Orange Institution of the United States 
of America. Constitution and laws. [«. /. , 188-?] 
40 pp., I 1. 24''. 

Loyal Orange Institution. Constitution and 
general regulations. . .as adopted by the Supreme 
Grand Lodge... Feb. 1870. Jersey City, 1870. 
36 pp. 16°. 

Mag^aiine (The) of Magazines. Compiled 
from original pieces, with extfacts from the most 
celebrated books and periodical compositions. . . 
forming a compleat literary and historical account. 
...V. 4. 8, 9, 11-14. (1752-1757.) Limerick, 

1752-1757. 8^ 

Haverty*0 Irish-American Illustrated Alma- 
nac. 1872, 1881, 1883, 1885, 1888. New York, 
1872-1888. 12". 

National Irish Theatre Sbciety. See 

Osslanio Society. Transactions, v. 1-6. (1853- 
58.) Dublin, 1854-61. 8*. 

Ossory Archaeological Society. Transactions. 
V. 1-3. Kilkenny, 1879-83. 8**. 

Ramsey's Waterford Chronicle. Apr. 26- 
July 10, 1800 (nos. 3824-3860). [Waterford\ 
1800. 9 nos. f*. 

Roman CathoUe Expositor and Friend of 
Ireland, no. x. Feb. 21, 1825. n./. [but, Ireland?] 


Royal Agricultural Improvement Society of 
Ireland. Second report. Dublin, i%^u 78 pp. 8**. 

Royal Dublin Society. Scientific Proceedings, 
n. s. ; V. x-date. />mM'm, 1878-date. 8*. 

Scientific Transactions. 2. ser., v. i- 

date. Dublin, 1877-date. 4*. 

Report of committee on administration of 

the Royal Dublin Society, with a view to the wider 
extension of the annual parliamentary grant to that 
institution. Evidence and appendix. 1836. (Great 
Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) 

Royal Irish Academy. Cunningham Memoirs, 
no. i-io. Dublin, 1880-94. V. 

Proceedings, v. x-io (1836-69); 2. ser. 

Science v. 1-4 (1870-88), Polite Literature and an' 

tiquities v. 1-2 (1879-88); 3. ser. Science, v. i-date 

(1889-date). Dublin, 1836-date. 8*". 

Irish manuscript series, v. i, pt. i. Dub- 

lin, 1880. 8*. 

Transactions, v. i-date. Dublin, 1789- 

date. f. 

Current. From ▼. aa divided into three part*— science, 
polite literature, antiquities. 

Todd lecture series. ▼. 1-8. Dublin, 

1887-1903. 8°. 
Current. ▼. i, pt. z was published in 1889 and y. a in 1887. 

List of papers published in the Transactions, 

Cunningham memoirs, and Irish manuscript series 
between the years 1786 and 1886, with an appen- 
dix. Dublin, 1887. f^ 

Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland. An- 
nuary. 1868-69. Dublin, 1870. 8*. 

Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland. Yearly 
session, sist, 55th. [Dublin,"] 1899, X903. 8**. 

Samhain... Edited by W. B. YeaU... Pub- 
lished in October [of each year]. . .X901-1903. 
Dublin, 190X-03. 8". 

1903 published in September. Organ of the National Irish 
Theatre Society. 

Shan (The) Van Vocht. Edited by A. L. Mil- 
ligan and A. Johnston, v. 3-4. (1898-99.) Bel- 
fast [i 898-99]. 4*. 


Society for the Preservation of the Irish Lan- 
guage. Annual report, 1868-89, 1892, 1893, 1896- 
1902. Dublin, i889-[i903]. 8*. 

Report of the proceedings of the congress 

held in Dublin. . .1882. . .to consider the present 
position of the Irish language as a vernacular. . . 
with a list of members, .and further information 
as to the Irish language revival movement. 114 pp. 
Dublin: The society, 1884. 8'. 

Joyce (Patrick Weston). Irish music and 

song: a collection of songs in the Irish language, 
set to music. Edited for the Society. . .Z>i#M'i».' 
M. H, GiU^Son, 1888. vi, I 1., 44 PP. 8*. 

Society for the Preservation of the Melodies of 


Petrib (George). The Petrie collection of the 

ancient music of Ireland. Arranged for the 

piano-forte. />»^/tif, 1855. xxiv, 196 pp. V, 

Society for promoting the education of the 
poor of Ireland. Report, [no.] 8. Dublin, 1820 8*. 

Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ire- 
land. Journal, v. i-date. Dublin, x855-date. 8*. 

▼. 1-3 have title: Journal of the Dublin Sutistical Society. 

United Irishman (The); a national weekly re- 
view. V. 3-date. Dublin, 1900-date. f*. 


University (The) Magazine. A literary and 
philosophical review, vol. 1-5 (1878-80); Quar- 
terly ser., vol. I (1880). London, 1878-80. 8*. 

Continuation of: Dublin (The) University Magazine. 

Walker*0 Hibernian Magazine. See Hiber- 
nian (The) Magazine. 

Waterford Mirror and Munster Packet. May 
5-Oct. II, 1802 (nos. 155-223). [Waterford^ 
1802. 5 nos. V, 

Public Documents and Official Pub- 
lications (Serial). 

Dublin Gazette (The). 1903-date. Dubliur 

1903-date. f**. 

Ireland* — Agriculture and Technical In- 
struction Department. 1.-3. Annual general re- 
port (1900/1-1902/3). Dublin, 1901-1904. 8*. 

Agricultural statistics of Ireland, 

with detailed report on agriculture for the year 
1896-1903. Dublin: A, Thorn ^ Co., 1897-1904. 
f • and 8% 



PublU Documents^ confd, 

Agricultaral statistics, Ireland. Gen- 
eral abstracts showing acreage under crops, and 
the. stock in each county and province... 
1896/7-1903/4. Dublin: A. Thorn &> Co,, 1897- 
1904. B^ 

Report and tables relating to 

Irish migratory, acricultural and other labourers. . . 
1 897-1 903. Dublin, 1 897-1903. r, 8*. 

Return of prices of certain 

classes of Irish agricultural products and live stock 
for the year 1900-1903. Dublin, 1901-1904. 8*. 

Cootinued from: Iritn Land CommiMion, Agricultural pro- 
duce. Return, etc. These sutistics first collected in 1887. 

Tables showing the extent in 

statute acres and the produce of the crops for the 
year 1900-1903 . . . the average yearly extent . . . 
and the average produce in the ten years [previous] 
. . . DubUn: A, Thorn b* Co., 1901-04. 8°. 

Agriculture and technical instruction 

(Ireland) act, 1899. Regulations for the appoint- 
ment of members of the Council of Agriculture, the 
Agricultural Board, and the Board of Technical 
Instruction. Dublin: A, Thorn ^ Co., 1900. 
6 pp., I L (H. of C. pap. 132.) 

Banking, railway and shipping statis- 
tics, Ireland. Dec. 1896-Dec. 1903. Dublin: A. 

Thorn ^ Co., 1897-1904. 8'. 

Journal. ▼. i-date (1900/i-date). 

Dublin, 1900-date. 8*. 

- Ancient Laws and Institutes of Ireland, 
Publication Commission. Ancient laws and insti- 
tutes of Ireland. Dublin, 1 865-1901. 6 v. 4*. 

y. 1-3, Senchus Mor; 4, Din techtugad, and other Brehon 
law tracu; 5, ** Small Primer'* and certain other selected 
Bceboo law tracts: 6, Glossary to v. x-6. 

'— Report, dated Ap. 1898. Dublin: 

A, Thorn 6f*Co., iSgS. 2 1. f. C.-88»5. 

Charitable Donations and Bequests Com' 

missiomrs. 52.-59. Annual report (1895/6-1900/x). 
Dublin, 1897-X904. f*. 

Con^sted Districts Board. Report (6-date). 

1897-datc. Dublin, 1897-date. 8". 

Reports, i-date. (1893-date.) (In 

Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers, /oj/im.) 

Constabulary Office. Agrarian offences 

(provinces) (Ireland). Return " by provinces " of 
agrarian offences throughout Ireland. . .(1898- 
1903.) Dublin: A. Thorn (Sr-C^?., 1 899-1904. f. 

Agrarian offences. Quarterly return 

of, for the provinces. Jan., Sept., Dec. 1896; 
Mar. 1897-June, 1901. Dublin, 1 896-1901. f*. 

Evictions [Quarterly]. Return of 

Sept, Dec, 1896; Mar., June, Dec, 1897; Mar., 
June, Sept., Dec, 1898, 1899; Mar., June, Sept., 
1900. Dublin, 1 896-1900. f*. 

Return of outrages . . . during the 

year 1870, with summaries for preceding years; 
and return of outrages reported by the constabu- 
lary in Ireland in the months of January, Febru- 
ary, and March, 187T . . . Dublin: A. Thorn, 
1 871. 40 pp. f. 

Shebeens in towns (Ireland). Return 

of the number of prosecutions for shebeening. . . 
convictions obtaineid . . . clubs in which intoxicating 
liquors are sold... in... Belfast, Dublin, Cork, 

Limerick, and Waterford. ..January, 1868, till... 
May, 1900. Dublin: A. Thorn &* Co. [1900] 
21 pp. pap. v. (H. of C. pap. 295.) 

Convict Prison Board, i. -6. Annual report 

of the directors (1854-59). i?«/^/iif, 1855-60. 8'. 

Education Board. See Intermediate Educa- 
tion Board and National Education Board below. 

- Education Commissioners. Annual report 
for 1 896-1903. Dublin: A. Thom, 1 897-1904. f*. 

Fisheries Branch. Report on the sea and 

inland fisheries, 1896-190X, 1902 pt. i, 1903 pt. i. 

■ Dublin, 1 897-1904. 8*. (Agric and Tech. Instr. 
Issued by ** Irish fisheries inspectors'* before 1900. 

GenercU Register Office. Detailed annual 

report of the Register General. . . containing a 
general abstract of the numbers of marriages, 
births, and deaths registered in Ireland during the 
year. 1864-date. nos. i-date. 8°, f**. (In Par- 
liamentary Papers, passim.) 

Same, separate, nos. 33-date. 1896- 

. date. Dublin, 1897-date. f*. 

Supplement to a^th report (1893) contains " Special report 
on surnames in Ireland;" to 37th (1900) ** Decennial sum- 
maries of the returns . . . f or . . . 1891-1900 *'; to 38th report 
(1901) ** Special report on cancer.*' 

Banking and railway statistics, Ire- 
land. Dec. 1 896-1 899. Dublin, 1897-1900. 8"*. 

Criminal and judicial statistics, i88i, 

Pt. I, Police-Criminal proceedings prisons. Pt. 2, 
Civil proceedings in central and larger and smaller 
districts courts. Dublin: A. Thom 6f* Co., 1882. 
1-42 pp. f. 

— ■ Emigration statistics of Ireland, 1896- 

1903. Dublin: A. Thom 6f* Co., 1 897-1904. f. 

Judicial Statistics, Ireland. Pt. i — 

Criminal Statistics. Statistics relating to police, 
crime and its distribution, modes of procedure for 
punishment of. crime, proceedings in criminal 
courts, persons under detention in prisons and 
other places of confinement for the year 1 895-1903. 
Dublin, X 898-1904. f. 

Pt. 2. Statistics relating to 

civil proceedings in Supreme Courts of Appeal, 
the divisions of the High Court of Justice, the 
Court of the Irish Land Commission, the High 
Court of Admiralty, the Court of Bankruptcy, and 
in larger and smaller District Courts, law stamps 
and taxes, consolidated taxing offices, registration 
of judgments, titles, deeds, &c., for the year 1896- 
1903. Dublin, 1 898-1904. f". 

Weekly return of births and deaths in 

Dublin . , . and in fifteen of the principal sanitary 
districts in Ireland. ' v. 32, nos. 43, 45-49; v. 33, 
nos. 8-21, 23-34, 37-53, and Annual Summary ; 
V. 34, nos. 1-29, 50-52, and Ann. Summ.; v. 35- 
V. 37, nos. 2-8. Dublin, 1895-1900. 8'. 

Health Commissioners. Report ... on the 

epidemics of 1846-1850. Dublin: A, Thom, iSs2. 
79 pp., I map, 2 pi. 8*. 

House of Commons. Journals, v. 9-29 

(i 751-1792). Dublin, 1759-92. f**. 

Appendix. Containing the Jour- 
nals . . . from Nov. 9, 1641, to March 26, 1647. 
Dublin: Abraham Bradley, 1765. 226 pp., 14 11, 




Public Documents^ confd, 

An essay towards a general In- 
dex and Abridgment of the Principal Matters con- 
tained in the eleven volumes of the Journals. 
Dublin: Abraham Bradley ^ 1763. 591 pp. f^. 

House of Lords, Journals, v. 1-2, 4-6, 8. 

(1634-1725. 1753-17911 1798-1800. 10 Car. 1-12 
Geo., 27 Geo. II.-31 Geo. III., 38-40 Geo. III.) 
Dublin, 1 783-1 800. f*. 

Inland Fisheries Commission, Report of 

the commissioners. Dublin: A, Thom ^ Co., 
1 901. 18 pp. pap. f. Cd. 448. 

Appendix. Pt. 1-3. Cd. 450, 

45i» 452. 

Intermediate Education Board, [18-25] 

Annual report for 1 896-1903. Dublin, 1 897-1 904. 

Accounts of the receipts and expen- 
ditures. 1 899-1901. London, iqioo-iqQ2. f . 

— ^ I. -2. Reports of the Commissioners. 

Dublin: A, Thom ^ Co,, 1898-1899. f^ C- 
9116, 9511. 

Appendix to i. report. C. 91 17. 

Appendix to final report. C.9512. 

Rules of examinations. Programme 

. . . 1902, 1905. Dublin, 1901-1904. 8"". 

Irish Church Temporalities Commission, 

Report of the commissioners ... in Ireland, for 
the year 1878. Dublin: A,Thom,iS7g, 62 pp. f. 

Land Commission, Report of the Irish 

Land Commissioners for 1896/7- 1903/4. Dublin: 
A. Them, 1897-1904. 

Exchequer contribution, Regulations 

relative to, dated March 22, 1897. Dublin: A, 
Thom, 1897. 6 pp. 8**. 

Land Purchase Acts, Rules, forms, 

directions and schedules of fees for, issued March 
16,1897. Dublin: A, Them, 1%<)T, 112 pp. 8**. 

Rules, forms, schedules and fees, 

issued March 16, 1897. pt. 5, Land Law Act, 
1896. Dublin: A, Thom, i%gy, 1 1 pp. 8'. 

Land Commission, Report of the comp- 
troller and auditor general upon the account [of 
the comrs.], 1881 (ist)-i90i. (In: Gr. Br. Parlt. 
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Same. Separate, 1 889-1903. London, 

1 900-1 904. f*. 

Ireland Land Comm. Return of 

judicial rents, monthly. [Aug., i882(ist)-Dec. 
1901.] (In: Gr. Br. Parlt. Papers, 1882-1901.) 

Same. Separate, Jly., 1896-Feb. 1901 

(broken file). Dublin, 1 896-1901. f*. 

Annual report of the comrs., 1882 

(ist)-i90i. (In: Gr. Br. Parlt. Papers, 1882-1901.) 

Same. Separate, 1 898/9-1903/4. Dublin, 

1897-1904. f*. 

—^ Church temporalities (Ireland). Re- 
port of the Comptroller and Auditor General upon 
the account . . . together with the account . . . 
from the date of the Irish Church Act, 26 July, 
1869 . . . (i 899-1903) London [1900-1904]. f*. 

Irish Land Commission (Purchase of 

land (Ireland) act, 1891). Return of advances 
under the act, during the year ended 31. March, 
1 900-1903. Dublin, 1900-1903. f*. 

Land Law Acts. Provisional rules. 

28 June, 1898. Dublin: A, Thom 6f Co,, 1898. 
6 pp. 8\ 

Proceedings under the " Land Law 

Acts," etc. Aug. -Dec., i8g6; Jan. -Dec., 1897; 
Jan.. Feb.-Dec, x8q8; Jan.-May, July, Aug., 
1899. Dublin: Thom <Sr* Co,, 1896-1899. f. 

Return showing the names of the lay 

assistant commissioner . . . holding office . . . May 
15, 1900. Dublin, 1900. f*. 

Privy Council, The manuscripts of Charles 

Haliday, of Dublin. Acts of the Privy Council in 
Ireland, 1556-1571. [With toble, by Sir William 
Ussher.] London: Eyre 6^* Spottistooode, iSgy, %, 
I l.» 339 pp. 8^ C.-8364. (Hist MSS. Com- 
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^— Privy Council Office, Copy of scheme for 
the management of the diocesan schools and Ban- 
agher Royal School endowments;Limerick,Killaloe, 
and Kilfenora Diocesan School endowment, pro- 
visionally approved by the Lord Lieutenant in 
Council. Dublin: A, Thom 6f Co,, 1897. 28 pp. 
f*. (H. L. paper 14.) 

Public /Record Office, 29.-36. Annual Re- 
port of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records 
and Keeper of the State Papers in Ireland, 1897- 
1903. Dublin: A. Thom ^ Co,, 1897-1904. 8*. 

Appendix to 30. rep. Index to Act 

or grant books and original wills of Dublin from 
1800 to 1858. London, 1899. iv, 11 89 pp. 8*. 
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Public Record Commission, Reports (1-25) 

from the commissioners appointed. . .to execute the 
measures. . .of the House of Commons, respecting 
the public records of Ireland ; with supplements 
and appendixes (18 10-1825). [London,"] 1819-1825. 

3v. r, 

Public Works Commission, Annual report 

of commissioners, 1831/2-date. i-date. (Parlia- 
mentary Papers. 1832-date.) 

Same. Separate, 66-72. 1 897/8-1903/4. 

Dublin, 1 897-1904. V, 

Pe/ormatory and Industrial Schools Inspec- 
tor, 35.-42. Annual report, for 1 896-X903. Dub^ 
lin: A, Thom <Sr* Co,, 1897-1904. f*. 

Registrar General, See above General 

Register Office, 

Registrar of Petty Sessions Clerks, Dogs 

regulation (Ireland) act 1865. Account of the 
receipts and expenditure under the act, 1899. 
Dublin [1900]. r. 

Fines, &c. (Ireland). . .An abstract of 

the accounts of. . .fines and other penal sums. . . 
and a statement of accounts, 1898. Dtfblin [1900]. 

Registrar of Titles, Local Registration of 

Title Act. Rules and orders thereunder, together 
with forms, schedule of fees, solicitor's charges and 
a general index. Dublin: A, Thom and Co,, 1896, 
no, xiii pp. 8*. 

Same, 1900. 1 10, xiv pp. 8*. 

Statutes. Acts and Statutes. [11.-13. 

session of Parliament, George II. 1 Dublin : G. 
Grierson, 1 748-1 752. 3 v. in I. f . 



Public Documents^ cont'd. 

— Treasury Remembrancer* s Office, County 
officers and courts (Ireland) act, 1877. Account 
of receipts and payments, 1 899-1900. London^ 
1900. £•. 

Veterinary Branch. Report of proceed- 
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DubUn, 1897-1903. V and 8'. (Agric. and Tech- 
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Census and Vital Statistics. 

Newenham (T.) A sutistical and historical 
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Moore (Arthur). Registration of births, deaths, 
and marriages in Ireland: a paper. . .at the meeting 
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Petty (Sir William). Further observations 
upon the Dublin bills: or. Accounts of the houses, 
hearths, baptisms, and burials in that city. Lon- 
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Ratty (John). A chronological history of the 
weather and seasons, and of the prevailing diseases 
in Dublin. With their various periods. . .during 
the space of forty years. With a comparative view 
of the difference of the Irish climate and diseases, 
and those of . . . other countries. London: Robinson 
^ Roberts, 1770. 2 p.l., xlviii, 340 pp. 8*. 


Irel&nd — General Register Office. An account 
in detail of the expenses incurred under the popula- 
tion act in Irelend, in making the census of 1831 
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Census of population of Ireland, 1831, 

with comparative abstract. . .as taken in 1821 and 
1 83 1, arranged in the order of parishes, boroughs, 
counties and provinces. . . Feb. 19, 1833. [Dublin, 
1833.] 42 pp. r. (In: Gr. Br. Parlt. papers. 
1833. ▼. 39.) 

Return of the population of the several 

counties in Ireland, as enumerated in 1831. May 
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Parlt. papers, 1833, v. 39.) 


€k»eat Britwdn-' Statutes. A bill for taking 
an account of the population of Ireland. July 7, 
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Same, as amended by committee, July 27, 

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IreUuid — General Register Office. Abstract of 
the census of Ireland, for the year 1841. Dublin: 
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Report of the commissioners appointed 

to take the census of Ireland for the year 1841. 
Dublin: Alexander Thom, 1843. 3 p. 1., 91 1 pp., 
7 pL r. (In: Gr. Br. Parlt. papers, 1843, v. 24.) 


The census of Ireland for the year 

185 1. Part I, showing the area, population and 
number of houses, by townlands and electoral divi- 
sions: — Carlow, Kiidare, Kilkenny, King's (^unty, 
Longford, Louth, Meath, Queen's County, West- 
meath, Wexford. Dublin: G. &*/. Grierson, 1852. 
4. 338 pp. f°. (In: Gt. Br. Parlt. papers. 1852, 
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Return of the abstracts of the census 

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A comparative view of the census of 

Ireland in 1841 and 185 1; distinguishing the several 
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Great Bvittkin^ Statutes. A bill for taking 
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Ireland — General Register Office. The census 
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Census of Ireland for the year 1861. 

Enumeration abstracts showing. ..the number of 
inhabitants. . .houses [and] families in 1841, 1851, 
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Hume (Abraham). Results of the Irish census 
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€hreat Britain— 5/a/»/^j. A bill for taking 
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Ireland — General Register Office. Census of 

Ireland, 1871. Part i. Area, houses and popula* 

tion: also the a|^s, civil condition, occupations, 

birthplaces, religion and education of the people. 

Dublin : Alex. Thom, 1872-73. 4 v. f^. (In: 

Gt. Br. Parlt. papers. 1 873-1874.) 

V z. Province of Leintter (1873), Parlt. Papers, v. 67; v. a, (a 
pu) Province of Munster (X873I), same, v. 3, Province of Ulster 
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Census of Ireland, 1871. Part 2, vital 

statistics, v. i. Report and tables relating to the 
status of disease. Dublin: Alexander Thom, 1873. 
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Census of Ireland, 1871. Part 2, Vital 

Statistics, v. 2. Report and tables relating to deaths. 
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Census of Ireland, 1 87 1. Part 2, Vital 

Statistics, v. 3. (General report with illustrative 
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Censtis, contd. 

[Census of Ireland, 1871.] Alphabeti- 
cal index to the town lands and towns of Ireland, 
showing the number of the sheet of the ordnance 
survey maps on which they appear; also, the areas 
of the townlands. ..with separate indices of the 
parishes, Itaronies . . . of Ireland. Dublin: Alex- 
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Census of Ireland, 1871. Abstract 

of enumerator's returns. . .Z>«^/i«; Alex. Thorn, 
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Gb'eat "Bviimla^ Statutes, A bill for taking 
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Same. July 27, 1880. 4 (i) pp. (H. of 

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Ireland. — General Register Office. Census of 
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Census of Ireland, 1881. Part i. 

Area, Houses and population [etc.]. Dublin: 

Alex. Thorn ^ Co., 1881-82. 4 v. f. (H. of Com. 

3042, 3148, 3204, 3268.) 

▼. s.Ldoster, Sen. pttpen, (z88z) 97; v. a. Munster, same, 
(1889} 77; ▼• 3« UUter, same (1889) 73; ▼. 4, Connaugbt, same 

Census of Ireland, 1881. Part 11. 

General Report with. . .maps. . .tables, and appen- 
dix. Dublin: Alexander Thorn &* Co., 1882. 
IS, 428 pp., 3 maps, 9 diagr. f. (H. of Com. 
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Same. Separate. 


Great Britain— 5/a/fi/fj. A bill for uking 
the census of Ireland. [London:^ Eyre and Spottis- 
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Ireland — General Register Office. Census of 
Ireland for the year 1891. Preliminary report with 
abstract of the enumerators' summaries. Dublin: 
Alexander Thorn &* Co., 1891. 22 pp. f**. (In: 
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Same. Separate. 

Census of Ireland, 1891. Part I. 

Dublin: Alexander Thorn 6f* Co., 1891-2. 4V. f^ 
(In: Gt. Brit. Parlt. Papers. 1892, v. 91-93, 95.) 

Same. Separate. 

Census of Ireland, 1891. Part II. 

General report with . . . appendix and supplement. 
Dublin: Alexander Thorn 6* Co., 1892. 620 pp., 
4 maps, 9 diagr. f**. (In: Gt. Br. Parlt. pap^ers. 
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€hreat JiviXmXn—Statutes. Census (Ireland). 
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Census Commission. Census of Ireland,. 

1901. Dublin: Cahill &* Co., prtrs., 1901-02. 

pt. I. pap. V. Cd. 847. 

Ft. z. Area, houses, and population; also the ages, civil or 
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education of the people. 
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V. X, nos. x-«a, 3-8, xo-xx; v. 3, nos. 

General Register Office. Census of Ireland, 

1 901. General topographical index consisting of 
an alphabetical index to the townlands and towns 
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CMfllths (Rev, Thomas S.) A history of Bap. 
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Heath (William). Heath's memoirs of the 
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Jefferson (Thomas). The writings of Thomas 
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Ne^r Salem (The) sesqui-centennial. Report of 
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Ozfordy Mass. Vital records of Oxford, Massa- 
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Rutland* Mass, Vital records of Rutland, 
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Thompson (Waddy). A history of the United 
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Vermont. The Sute of Vermont. Rolls of 

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O'Brien (R[ichard] Barry). Ireland. Edited 
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Robertson (E. William). Scotland under her 
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Shaw (Lachlan). The history of the Province 
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Tait (James). Mediaeval Manchester and the 
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Temple {Rev. William). The Thanage of Fer- 
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Whiblej' (Leonard). A companion to Greek 
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Howitt (A. W.) The native tribes of South- 
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Knropatkin. Geschichte des Feldzuges Sko- 
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Schottenfeld (Berthold von). Was muss man 
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Oadperini (Gnido). Storia del la semiografia 
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91st Street, 121 West. Between Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues. (Blind Library.) 

looth Street, 206 West. Near Broadway. (Bloomingdale.) 

iioth Street, 174 East. Near 3d Avenue. (Aguilar.) 

123d Street, 32 West. (Harlem Library Branch.) 

125th Street, 224 East. Near 3d Avenue. 

iS6th Street, 922 St. Nicholas Avenue. (Washington Heights.) 


140th Street, 569 East, cor. Alexander Avenue. (Mott Haven.) 


Tottenville. Amboy Road, near Prospect Avenue. 
Port Richmond. 12 Bennett Street. 





Vol. IX. 

April, 1905. 

No. 4. 


Reference Department. 

During the month of March there were received at the Library, by purchase, 
i,ooo volumes and 848 pamphlets; by gift, 1,142 volumes and 2,105 pamphlets; 
and by exchange, 476 volumes and 3,675 pamphlets, making a total of 2,618 
volumes and 6,628 pamphlets. 

There were catalogued 3,360 volumes and 4,161 pamphlets, for which were 
written 8,032 cards, in addition to which 4,256 slips were written for, and 15,774 
cards received from, the copying machine. 

The following table shows the number of readers, and the number of volumes 
consulted, in both the Astor and Lenox Branches of the Library, also the number 
of visitors to the Print Exhibition at the Lenox, during the month: 




No. of readers and visitors 













No. of readers . . 

No. of readers, desk aoDlicants 

No. of volumes consulted by desk applicants. . 
Dailv averacre of readers 

Number of visitors to Print Exhibition, etc.. 


The following statistics for the Astor branch in March, 1903, 1904, 1905, show 
an interesting increase in the use of the Library : 

igoj, igo4. ^90$, 

Total no. volumes called for 35.258 51.898 69,197 

Totol no. readers and visitors 10,265 12,848 15.150 

Daily average no. readers and visitors 41 1 476 559 







East Broadway, 33, 

Chatham Squarb. 

East Broadway, 197. ... 

Educational Alliance BuUding. 

Eldridge Street, 184... 

Bond Street, 49, 

8th Street, 135 Second Ave.,. 

loth Street. 331 East, 

Tompkins Squarb. 

13th Street, 251 West, 

Jackson Squarb. 

22d Street, 230 East, 


23d Street, 130 West, 


34TH Street, 215 East . . . . 

40th Street. 501 West, . . 
St. Raphabl. 

42d Street, 226 West,.. . 
Gborcb Brucb. 

Sotb Street, 123 East,. . 

51st Street, 463 West,. . 
Sacrbd Hbart. 

59TH Street, 113 East, 
67TH Street, 328 East, 

69th Street, 190 Amsterdam Ave., 


Travbllinc Libraribs 

76th Street, 538 East, 


79th Street, 222->224 East, 


82d Street, 2279 Broadway, 

St. Acnbs. 

86th Street, 536 Amsterdam Ave 

91st Street, 121 West, 


looth Street, 206 West, . , 

iioth Street, 174 East,. . , 

123d Street, 32 West,. . . , 
Haklbm Library. 

125TH Street, 224 East 




156th Street, 022 St. Nicholas Ave.,. . 
Washington Hkichts. 


Port Richmond. Amboy Road, near 
Prospect Ave 



































378.134 ! 43.131 

















RBADBBS IN rbaoinc 

























































The most popular books of the month were (in non-fiction) Haeckers ** Wonders 
of Life," McLellan and Dewey's ** Applied Psychology," and Ulmann's "Land- 
mark History of New York"; (adult fiction) Ward's "The Marriage of William 
Ashe," Williamson's " The Princess Passes," and Lane's " Nancy Stair "; (juvenile 
fiction) Tomlinson's "Two Young Patriots," Alcott's ** Little Women," and 
Aldrich's *' Story of a Bad Boy." 

The most important gifts received during the month were: from the Burgo- 
master of Antwerp, 14 volumes and 5 pamphlets, being the " Bulletin Communal 
de la Ville d'Anvers," etc.; from the Estate of George Becks, 233 pieces, being 
an addition to the bequest noted in February; from the Commission de la 
Belgica, 17 of their publications on Antarctic exploration; from Mrs. Albert W. 
Berg, 14 volumes of musical journals; from the British Museum, 5 volumes, 
being the " Catalogue of the Greek Coins of Cyprus," by George F. Hill, 1904, 
"Catalogue of the Terracottas in the Department of Greek and Roman Antiqui- 
ties," by H. B. Walters, 1903, "Index to the Sloane Manuscripts," by Edward J. 
L. Scott, etc. ; from the Cassella Color Company, 8 volumes of their publications 
on dye stuffs; from Samuel Colman, 35 of his etchings; from Mrs. Henry Draper, 
43 volumes and 5 1 pamphlets, being a collection of folk songs of various countries ; 
from Louis R. Ehrich, a copy of the edition de luxe of the catalogue of the Ehrich 
Gallery of paintings; from H. O. Haughton, 13 of his monographs on shipping, 
etc. ; from the " India Rubber World," 12 volumes and 16 pamphlets of publica- 
tions relating to the Argentine Confederation, etc. ; from Arthur Lovell, copies of 
his " Ars Vivendi " and '* Beauty of Tone in Speech and Song"; from the Metro- 
politan Museum of Art, copies of its illustrated catalogue of paintings; from the 
Secretary of State of New York, the current Senate and Assembly documents in 
21 volumes; from Hon. Redfield Proctor, "Records of Conventions in the New 
Hampshire Grants for the Independence of Vermont, 1776-1777," reproduced 
m facsimile from manuscripts in the Library of Congress, Washington, 1904; 
from Philip Schuyler, 191 copies of the "Life of General Philip Schuyler," by Bay- 
ard Tuckerman, 1905; from Mrs. Theodore Sutro, 2 copies of her book "Mile- 
stones on Life's Pathway"; from Herbert L. Thowless, 7 volumes and 57 pam- 
phlets, being reports of the Board of Trade and various city documents of New- 
ark, N. J. ; and from the Secretary of State of West Virginia, 17 documents, being 
journals and bills of the Senate, etc. 

During the month two new circulation branches have been opened — the Port 
Richmond Branch on Saturday, March i8th, and the Mott Haven Branch on 
Friday, March 30th. 

At the opening of the Port Richmond Branch (the second of the circulation 
branches to be opened directly by the Library, and the first so opened in the 
Borough of Richmond), the Hon. Charles V. Fornes, President of the Board of 
Aldermen, presided as the designated representative of the Mayor of the City. 
An address on behalf of the Trustees of the Library was made by Charles How- 
land Russell, Esq., and short addresses were also made by Hon. George Cromwell, 
President of the Borough of Richmond ; by Dr. J. S. Billings, Director of the New 
York Public Library, and by Mr. A. E. Bostwick, Chief of the Circulation Depart- 
ment. Music was furnished by the Glee Club of Public School No. 20, Port 


Richmond, and by the Juvenile Mandolin Orchestra. This building is the eighth 
of those erected by the Carnegie fund to be opened as a branch of the New York 
Public Library, and the second in the Borough of Richmond. It has on its 
shelves about 5,000 volumes. 

The MoTT Haven Branch, at the corner of Alexander Avenue and 140th 
Street, was opened on Friday, March 30th. President Fornes presided and 
accepted the building on behalf of the City, and Stephen H. Olin, Esq., represent- 
ing the Trustees of the New York Public Library, Alderman John H. Dougherty, 
and Dr. J. S. Billings also made addresses. Music was furnished by the Girl's 
Glee Club of Public School No. 27. The Mott Haven Branch is the ninth to be 
opened of those erected from the Carnegie fund and the first to be opened in the 
Bronx. It has on its shelves at the time of opening about 9,000 volumes. 

At the Circulation branches the picture bulletins and temporary collections of 
books on special shelves were as follows : 

Chatham Square, Spring, Hans C. Andersen, Public schools of New York; 
East Broadway, Famous men and women born in March, John Fiske, Washing- 
ton Irving, Richard Wagner, Jules Verne, Theodore Roosevelt, Japan, India, 
Stories of the red men, New York in fiction, Hans C. Andersen, Birds, Nests, 
Fishes, Spring flowers; Eldridge Street, States admitted to the Union in 
March, Michael Angelo, Raphael; Bond Street, New books. Electricity, Magnet- 
ism, Violin and its makers. Life in the navy. Nature, Hans C. Andersen; Otten- 
dorfer, Discoveries and explorers. Books of interest to women. Books of interest to 
men, Shakespeare, Composers, Music, Jules Verne; Tompkins Square, Theodore 
Roosevelt, Sea tales, Spring, Tree planting. Lew Wallace; Epiphany, English and 
American authors; Jackson Square, Mexico, Photography, New books; Muhlen- 
berg, Spring, Benjamin Franklin, Mexico, Alexander Hamilton, Martinique and 
Mt. Pele6, Patagonia, China, Japan and Russia, Manners and customs of the 
Hindus, The Philippines; 34TH Street, Tales of the sea. New books; Bruce, 
Domestic economy, Manhattan, Standard books. Home pets, Wild animals; Sacred 
Heart, Longfellow; 59TH Street, Spring, Sir Edwin Henry Landseer; 67TH 
Street, Natural Science, Eastern geography. New books, Theodore Roosevelt; 
Riverside, New books, Railroad stories. Fairy tales, Music, Nature, Caricatures of 
Max Beerbohm; Webster, Music, Questions of the day; Yorkville, New books, 
Nature Study, Domestic economy. Eastern geography. School stories, Hans C. 
Andersen; St. Agnes, Physics, European geography; Amsterdam Avenue, Flower 
bulletins (2), Birds, Michael Angelo, Sir Edwin Henry Landseer; Bloomingdale, 
Lew Wallace, Jules Verne; Aguilar, Emerson, Shakespeare, J. W. Riley, Elec- 
tricity, Homes habits and history of the French people, Rhine and Heidelberg, 
Panama Canal, Theodore Roosevelt, Hans C. Andersen, Louisa M. Alcott, Famous 
men and women born in March; 125TH Street, City of Washington and the 
inauguration of the President; Washington Heights, Health talks, Scotland, 
Imperial Berlin, City of Washington, Monuments of a prehistoric race. Beyond the 
Mississippi, Cowboy life on the plains, Texas, California; Tottenville, American 
history. Story of the railroad, Little folks of many lands. 

At the Lenox Branch the exhibition of etchings by F61ix Bracquemond was 
continued until March 15th. On the 17th was opened an exhibition of about one 


hundred British mezzotints lent by Mr. J. Pierpont Morgan, belonging in the main 
to the second half of the eighteenth century, with a few of later date. On the 20th 
was begun an exhibition of manuscripts, portraits, prints, etc., connected with the 
French Revolution, consisting of 503 pieces, the property of a private collector. 
A printed catalogue of the collection (loi pages) is on sale at both of the Reference 
branches, at the price of 25 cents. 

At the AsTOR branch the exhibition of plates relating to anniversaries of men 
and events was continued. 

At the Tompkins Square branch plates from Audsley's '* Ornamental Arts of 
Japan " were continued on exhibition, as were *' Racinet's costume plates " (to the 
XVI. century) at lasTH Street, Hollyer's etched views of New York at 67TH 
Strest, plates from the Wilkie Gallery at Chatham Square, and Racinet's 
costume plates. Section 2 (after the XVI. century) at Yorkville. 


Printed from the original manuscript in the New Yorl; Public Library. 

Troy— N. Y. 

i3tb September 1838. 
My dear Sir, 

My attention has been recently directed to your interesting history of Joseph 
Brant. Allow me to request that you will send me by mail two copies with a bill 
of the same. I will transmit the amount by return mail. 

Should you publish another edition* I would be much gratified if you would 
previously inform me of your intentions in order that some errors relating to the 
affair of Queenstown may be corrected. In page 505 Vol. a'^ it is stated that only 
two companies Captains Armstrong and Malcom had landed before Colonel Van 
Rensselaer and his party. This is incorrect — it should be three companies — viz 
Captains Wool, Malcom and Armstrong. It is also incorrect that they crossed the 
Niagara River undiscovered. The guard stationed on the Bank discovered us and 
fired into our boats before we reached the shore, but fled on our landing. As soon 
as we left the boats we ascended the bank and formed line fronting the heights. 
Being the senior officer in the absence of Lt. Col. Chrystie I took command of 
the detachment. At this moment Judge Advocate Lush arrived and informed 
me of the landing of Colonel Van Rensselaer and his party, with orders from the 
Colonel to "prepare for storming Queenstown Heights." I informed him we 
were ready. In a few moments he returned with an order to march. We pro- 
ceeded a few rods when I received an order to halt. This was at the foot or base 
of the heights — our right extending towards the Village of Queenstown. Whilst 
thus waiting further orders the detachment was attacked on its right by a party of 
British from the Village of Queenstown. Without waiting for orders from Colonel 
Van Rensselaer the detachment was immediately brought to bear on the enemy. 
A short but severe contest ensued. The enemy was repulsed, but not without the 
loss of six officers killed and wounded out of 11 or 13 present, besides a large pro- 
nnrtinn nt "on-COmmissloned officers and privates, all of the 1$^*' U. S. Infantry, 
s, Lieut Valleau and Ensign Morris were killed, and Captains Wool, 
Armstrong and Lieut Lent wounded. Shortly after the enemy had 
|d]ge Advocate Lush came and informed me that Colonel Van 
as mortally wounded, with orders from the Colonel to retire with the 
shore. As soon as it was light I repaired to Colonel Van Rensselaer 
n what could be done? He replied he did not know. I remarked 
ng must be done soon or we would all be taken prisoners. His reply 

: appeaded to the fourth editioo of Stone's Zi/t of Brant, 


was that he knew of nothing unless we could take Queenstown heights. Although 
wounded, a musket ball having passed through both my thighs, I offered to under- 
take the enterprise. It was no sooner communicated to such of the officers of the 
13^ able to march, consisting of, besides myself, Captain Ogilvie, Lieutenants 
Hugunin, Kearney, Car, Reab, and Sammons, than they rallied their troops, and 
with a small detachment of Artillery commanded by Lieutenants Gansevoort & 
Randolp[h] agreeably to the directions of Colonel Van Rensselaer, ascended the 
heights and captured the battery. Such is a plain but correct statement of the 
part performed by the 13*** U. S. Infantry early on the morning of the 13*** October 
x8ia, and previous to the attack and defeat of General Brock. Of the latter I 
may hereafter give you some details. 

This statement I assure you is made with no envious feelings towards Colonel 
Van Rensselaer. He has bled freely in the field of battle, and I would not, if it 
can be avoided with honor to myself, add another to the many wounds he has 
received in fighting the battles of his Country. He should however recollect that 
a commandant never loses reputation by doing justice to those who may have 
served with him in the field of battle. He has published a history* of the affair of 
Queenstown in which he has failed to do justice to those who accompanied him on 
that memorable morning. He claims credit for conduct that belongs to another, 
and which as a brave and a gallant soldier he should never have appropriated to 
himself. He would do no injustice to himself if he should contradict the state- 
ment that he led the 13^^ up the bank and routed the enemy at the point of the 
bayonet, when Ensign Morris was killed and Captains Armstrong Malcom and 
Wool were wounded. When Ensign Morris was killed & Armstrong, Malcom & 
Wool were wounded, those officers with the 13*^ Infantry had not only ascended 
the bank, but were on their way to ** storm Queenstown Heights," when as I have 
before stated were halted, and whilst thus waiting for further orders was attacked 
by a party of the enemy from the Village of Queenstown who were repulsed 
without orders from or interference of Colonel Van Rensselaer. Nor would his 
conduct have appeared less brave or brilliant if he had stated the fact that Captain 
Wool although wounded volunteered to undertake the capture of the heights. It 
will be perceived on examination of my letter to Colonel Van Rensselaer that I 
commenced it at the moment I left him to ascend the heights, leaving it for him to 
describe what had occurred before, with full confidence that he would do justice to 
those who had accompanied him on the morning when so many gallant soldiers fell 
10 rise no more. Would it have been too much to have named the dead or even 
those who volunteered, captured the heights and defeated General Brock. A 
monument has been erected to mark the spot where a hero fell leading his troops 
to battle, but those who fought and won the victory and defeated the hero, was not 
even mentioned in the official despatch which announced the result. 

For the flattering manner in which you have been pleased to represent me in 
your history, and the repeated defence of my character against the vile attacks of 
those who call themselves /o/r/V?/;, I offer you the most grateful acknowledgem^, 
with the assurance that there is not the slightest foundation for the infamous 
charges brought against me. I am exposed it would seem to a triangular warfare. 

♦ His Narrative of the Affair at Queenstown, 181 2. (New York, 1836. la'.) 


The Whig presses on the Frontier have charged me with not only oppressing the 
patriots but of violating the laws in arresting them and seizing their arms and 
ammunition. The Montreal Herald and ultra tory paper will not be convinced 
that either the administration or the officers of the Army were sincere in their 
exertions to preserve the peace and neutral obligations of the Country. The 
administration papers of Vermont charge me with having transcended the orders 
of the governm^, and of oppressing the patriots beyond the wishes and intentions 
of the administration — see the Burlington Sentinel of the 3^ September containing 
the correspondence of Sir John Colborne and myself, with an editorial article 
against myself, Governor Jenison, and Charles Adams Esq% not one word of 
which is true, except that I was invited to partake of an entertainment at 

With this hasty scrawl believe me to be very truly your obliged friend &c. 

John E. Wool 
Colonel Stone. 


Printed from the original manuscript in the New York Public Library. 

U. S. ScH Grampus, Thompson Isd 

July 3? 1823 

I have the honor to inform you, that this vessel sailed from the Balise, on the 
24*^ April, with a convoy for Tabasco, where she arrived on the 1!^ May — sailed 
thence again on the 6^ with a convoy towards Vera Cruz parted with the convoy 
on the 9^.**, and arrived at Campeachy on the 13^^, where I received information, of 
several piracies committed upon the merchant vessels of the U. S; and that the 
coast of Yucatan, from Cape Catouche, to Lagoona was then infested by several 
gangs of pirates, who had been guilty of every atrocity imaginable: finding there 
were a very considerable number of Merchantships at the several ports upon that 
coast unprotected, and others arriving almost daily, I continued thereabouts untill 
the 25^^ June scouring the coast, up and down, and occasionally, when any infor- 
mation was had, which offered the least chance of detecting those villians, the 
boats were employed, and sometimes were sent along the coast 20, and 30 leagues 
from the vessel: on the 22? May I chased a schooner on shore, to windward of 
Siral which I have no doubt was a pirate, from his appearance and conduct: as it 
was in the night, and upon a part of the coast where I was not sufficiently ac- 
quainted, and blowing fresh upon the shore, I had not an opportunity of compleat- 
ing his distruction : On the 1 1 June, I seized a suspicious vessel in the harbour of 
Campeachy, and resigned her to the authorities there upon that account. This 
last vessel had just come from New Malaga, or Virgia de Chiguila, a little to the 


westward of Cape Catouche, where fhe pirates have a very considerable establish- 
ment and came down Campeachy for purpose of procuring stores for a vessel then 
prepairing for a cruise. Two seamen who had been held as prisoners at N. Ma- 
laga, informed me that this gang were sometimes a hundred and upwards in num- 
ber, that they held possession of a small fort having two twenty four pounders.; 
and that an officer named Molla, who had been placed there by the Government 
had joined them, this was corroborated by the authorities at Campeachy — who 
requested me to land and destroy the place. The pirates issue from their post in 
barges, small vessels, and in canoes; hover along the shores, enter the harbour 
murder and destroy almost all that fall in their power: on the 2°** June the Ameri- 
can Sch^ Shibbolet, Capt Perry, of N. Y. being then ready for sea, was boarded 
by a canoe having fourteen of these villians on board; the watch was instantly 
murdered eight others of the crew, were put in the forecastle, the hatch spiked 
down, a ton or more of Logwood put over it: the head sails set — with the wind 
off shore — and fire put to the vessel in the cabin — by the most extraordinary ex- 
ertions, these now broke out, in time to save their lives. I arrived while the ves- 
sel was burning down. The same canoe then proceeded to windward and two 
days afterwards, took the Schr Augustus & John off Sisal — and burnt her, having 
turned the crew adrift in a small boat — with every probability of their perishing. 
The people of the country were much exasperated, and turned out to hunt them 
from their shores — a party of Dragoons having met them, a skirmish insured, 
wherein the Captain of Dragoons, and several of his men were killed, and the 
pirates taking to their boats escaped — one of the seamen, I mentioned, as having 
been amongst them stated that he belonged to an English Sch. from N. Providence 
called the Flyer, that the crew with the exception of himself were instantly 
butchered — he was detained by them about two Mo[nths] during which time they 
had captured nine vessels, some of which were brought in, but the principal part 
destroyed, and in some instances he was certain that the whole crews were mur- 
dered — when he left the place (about twenty days since) they had a Guinaman with 
two hundred slaves and a large quantity of Ivory two small schooners, Americans, 
and an English cutter [Aia^us in ms.^ informed me that pirates had a direct and 
uninterrupted intercourse with Havanna, by means of small coasting vessels that 
ran regularly to the ports on the coast, and always touched at N. Malaga — fre- 
quently some of them would go up to the Havanna, and others of the gang came 
down — That this infernal horde of villians have established themselves at N. 
Malaga I have no doubt, and from the information given me by men of the first 
respectability at Campeachy, Siral, and other places on that coast, I believe the 
pirates have been guilty of all the acts herein stated. 

I have the Honor to be 

Very Respectfully 

Your Mo. Ob. Ser. 

Comd. David Porter 

Comf U. S. N. forces 

W. I. Station. 

Frank Gregory 

St. Comd. U. S. M. 


Part II. 


Essays and Miscellany,'* 

Anderson (C.) Historical sketches of the na- 
tive Irish and their descendants... 2. ed. Ediu' 
burgh, 1830. 12*. 

Baflrenal (P. H.) The American Irish, and 
their influence in Irish politics. Boston, 1883. 16°. 

Ball (John Thomas). Historical review of the 
legislative systems operative in Ireland... 1172- 
iSoo. Newed. London, 1889. 8®. 

Betham (5t> William). Irish Antiquarian Re- 
searches. Dublin, 1827. 2 v. 8*. 

The Gael and Cymbri, or Inquiry into the 

history of the Irish Scoti, Britons, and Gauls, and 
of the Caledonians, Picts, Welsh, Cornish, and 
Bretons. Dublin, 1834. 8\ 

Blake-Forster (C. F.) The Irish chieftains; 
or, a Struggle for the crown. . . Dublin, 1872. 8*. 

Book of Kells* Celtic ornaments from the 
Book of Kells. pts. 3-9. Dublin, Hodges, Figgis 
6- Co., 1893-95. 7 V. f*. 

Bonrke (Ulick J.) The Aryan origin of the 
Gaelic race and language... the Round Towers; 
the Brehon law; truth of the Pentateuch; Irish 
Gaelic superior to Sanskrit; one thousand unpub- 
lished manuscripts. London: Longmans, Green &* 
Co., 1875. xvii, 512 pp. 12°. 

Pre-Christian Ireland. Dublin: Browne <Sr* 

Nolan, 1887. xii, 235 pp., I port. 12°. 

Brehon laws. See Ireland. — Ancient Laws 
and Institutes, etc. ; Vallancay (C), A continua- 
tion of the Brehon laws, etc. 

Breirer (James Norris). The beauties of Ire- 
land; being original delineations, topographical, 
historical, and biographical of each county. Lon- 
don, 1825-26. 2 V. 8". 

Bnrke (Edmund). Letters, speeches and tracts 
on Irish affairs, collected and arranged by M. 
Arnold. . . London: Macmillan 6f* Co,, 1881. xiii, 
439 pp. 12'. 

Camden (William). De Hibemorum priscis 
recentibusque moribus ac institutis. (In his: Res- 
publica. Status Scotise et Hibemiae. 1627.) 

Cameron (Sir Charles Alexander). History 
of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and of 
the Irish schools of medicine; including numerous 
bibliographical sketches: also a medical biblio- 
graphy. Dublin: Fannin &* Co., 1886. x, i 1., 
759 PP'» I diag., I facsim., 11 pi. 8''. 

*The reports of the Public Records Commissions and of the 
Historical M«nuscrii>ts Commission are full of valuable source- 
material for Irish historv. The volumes and series are well 
indexed, and no attempt has been made to include in this list 
all their reports relating to Ireland. 

Carey (M[athew]). View of the very great 
natural advantas^es of Ireland; and of the cmd 
policies pursued for centuries towards that Island. .. 
Extracted from the Vindiciae Hibemicse. PAila- 
delphia: H, C, Carey 6* Lea, 1823. 24 pp. 8'. 

Carleton (William). Traits and stories of the 
Irish peasantry ... Ztfifi^M.* W, Tegg, 1869. 9. 
ed. 2 V. 8*. 

Carte [Thomas] Papers. Final report of the 
Commissioners for selecting official papers for 
transcription from the Carte Papers in the Bodleian 
Library. (Great Britain. — Public Record Commis- 
sion. 32. Annual Report, Appendix I, No. i. pp. i- 
236. London, 1871. C. 374.) 

Condon (Edward 0*Meagher). The Irish 
race in America. New York: A,E,b* R, E. Ford 
[cop. 1887J. 4 p.l., 316 pp. 12*. (Ford's National 
Library, vol. i. No. 7.) 

Conw^ell (Eugene Alfred). Discovery of the 
tomb of Ollamh Fodhla (Ollav Fola), Ireland's 
famous monarch and law-maker upwards of three 
thousand years ago. Dublin: McGlashan &* Gill, 
1873. X. 70 pp. 8*. 

Counties (The) of Ireland: their origin, con- 
stitution and gradual delimitation. (In: Falkiner 
(C. L.) Illustrations of Irish history and topogra- 
phy, mainly of the seventeenth century. London, 
1904. 8**. pp. 103-142.) 

Critico-historical (A) dissertation concern- 
ing the antient Irish laws... Ft. 1-2. Dublin, 
1774-1775. (In: Vallancey (C.) Collectanea de 
rebus Hibernicis. Dublin, 1 770-1 787. 8*. v. I, 
no. 3-4.) 

Croker (Thomas Crofton). The keen of the 
south of Ireland, as illustrative of Irish political 
and domestic history, manners, music and super- 
stition. London: Percy Society, 1844. lix (i). 108 
pp. 12°. (Publications, 46.) 

** The word Caoine is explained by Llojrd in his Archm*- 
logia Britannica as * a sort of verse used in elegies or funeral 
poems, and sometimes also in panegyricks and satyrs.* " 

Popular songs, illustrative of the French in- 

vasions of Ireland [i 759-1 798]. Edited, with in- 
troductions and notes. London: Percy Society, 1 845- 
47. Parts 1-4. viii, 44, xxxii, 27, viii, iv. 118 pp. 
ilius. 8". (Publications, nos. 54, 67, 70.) 

Part I is a reprint of Captain Thorot^s Memoirs (i^); part 
2 reprints songs relating to Thurot^s capture of Camckferfos 
in 1760; 3-4 relate to the Bantry Bay and Killala invasions. 

Curtis (R.) The history of the Royal Irish 
constabulary. Dublin: McGlashan ^ Gill, 1871. 
xiv, 195 pp. 2. ed. 12°. 

[DaTies [Sir John)] JCt, A discoverie of the 
true causes why Ireland was neuer entirely sub- 
dued, nor brought under obedience of the crowne 




Nisttny — Essays, cantd. 

of EoglaDd, until the beginning of his Maiesties 
hippie nigne. Printed exactly from the edition in 
1612. London: A, Millar^ 1747. 284 pp. i6*. 

Historical Relations: or, A discovery Of 

the true causes Why Ireland was never entirely 
Subdued . . . until the Beginning of the Reign of 
King James the First. . . Dedicated to the King by 
Sb John Davis \su\. . .DubUn: M, WilUamson, 
>75i. 5 p.l., 3-123 pp. 3. ed. i6*. 

Historical tracts, to which is prefixed a new 

life of the author. Dublin, x-j^-], 8*. 

A letter written in the year 1606, by Sir J. 

Davis, Robert, earl of Salisbury. (In: 
Vallancey (C.) Collectanea de rebus Hibemicis. 
Dublin, 1770-1787. 8*. V. I, no. 2, pp. 131-174.) 

Pftighan (Paul). A complete treatise on the 
geography of Ireland. . .soil and produce. . .inhabi- 
tants. . .trade. . .religion. . .universities, academies, 
&c It comprises the history of Ireland. the 
present time. Dublin: The author [i 8 1 o]. 4 p. L 
xiii-xU 238 pp. 1 6*. 

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(In: Ridgeway (William). A report 

of the proceedings in cases of high treason ... in 

the months of August, Septeml^r, and October, 

1803. Dublin: Exshaw, 1803. v. 2, no. 11.) 

The text in the three issues noted above b identical, prob> 
ably printed from the same types or plates and issued at 
different times or places with dmerent title-pages. 

Thomas Addis Emmbt, (1764-1887). 

Haines (C. G.) Memoir of Thomas Addis 
Emmet, with a biographical notice of Mr. Haines. 
New York: G. &* C, ^ H, Carvill, 1829. 132 pp. 

Hitehill (Samuel Latham). A discourse on the 
life and character of Thomas Addis Emmet, pro- 
nounced ... in the New- York City* Hall, on i March,. 
1828. NewYork: E, Conrad, \%Q&, 26pp. %\ 

FiNAN, Saint. 

Finan, Saint, The life of Saint Finan [from 
an Irish MS. Edited with English translation by) 
R. A. Stewart Macalister. (Ztsch. f. celt. Philol. 
V. 2, p. 545-565. Halle a S., 1899.) 

Lord Edward Fitzgerald. 

Campbell (Gerald). Edward and Pamela Fiu- 
gerald. Being some Account of their Lives. Com- 
piled from the Letters of those who knew them. 
London: Edward Arnold, 1904. xi, 256 pp., 8 ports. 


Moore (Thomas). The Life and death of Lord 
Edward Fitzgerald. Reprinted from the 3. London 
edition, with additional notes. New York: P. M. 
Haverty, 1855. 312 pp., i port. 12*. 


Heehan (Charles Patrick). The Geraldines^ 
earls of Desmond, and the persecution of the Irish 
catholics. See 0*Daly (D.) The rise... of the 
Geraldines, etc. 

0*Daly (Daniel). The rise, increase, and exit 
of the family of the Geraldines, earls of Desmond,, 
and palatinates of Kerry, in Ireland. To which is- 
added, The persecution inflicted on the Irish people 
by the English. Collected out of various works, 
and written in Latin, by Brother Dominicus de 
Rosario O'Daly, O. P. T. S. P. . .Lisbon: CraesbecK 
1655. [Translated by C. P. Meehan, and published 
with title: The Geraldines, earls of Desmond, and 
the persecution of the Irish catholics. DubBn: 
James Duffy, 1847.] xii» 238 pp. 24'. (Duffy's 
Library of Ireland, v. 3. ) 



BUgraphy^ confd, 

(In: Mcchan (C. P.) The confedera- 

tioii of Kilkenny and The rise and fall of the family 
of the Geraldines. Dublin, i%4%. 24**.) 

Same plates used in the two issues. 


CoveiUL&t between the Mageoghegan and the 
Fox, with brief historical notices of the two families. 
[Edited by John O'Donovan.] (In: The Irish 
Archaeological Society. Miscellany, v. i, pp. 179- 
197. Dublin, 1846. 4*.) 

See above Fitzgbralos. 

Henry Grattan. 

Gh«tt»n (Henry). Speeches. . .with prefatory 
obsenrations. The whole comprising a brief review 
of the most important political events in the history 
of Ireland, v. i. New York: Eastbum, Kirk 6* 
Co., 1813. I V. 8°. 

Select Speeches, with his letter on the 

Union, and a Commentary on his Career and Charac- 
ter, by O. Madden. Dublin, 1845. 8'. 

Oratt»n (Henry), jr. Memoirs of the life and 
times of Henry Grattan. By his son. London : 
If. Colburn, 1839-1846. 5 y. 8°. 

Edmond Dwybr Gray. 

Report of the Committee on privilege on the 
case of Mr. [Edmond Dwyer] Gray. Evidence and 
appendix. 1882. (Great Briuin. ParliamenUry 

Coaumtment of p roprie to r of Frteman** Journal for con- 
taapt of ooort. 

Francis Hynbs. 

Doeuaients with reference to the alleged mis- 
oondact of the jary, the verdict and sentence in the 
case of Francis Hvnes, convicted of murder. 2 
parts. 1892-83. (Great Briuin. Parliamentary 

FitANCis KiRwiN, Bishop op Killala. 

Lgmeh Qohn), Archbishop of Tuam. The 
portrait of a pioos bishop; or. The life and death of 
Francis Kirwin, bishop of Killala; translated from 
the L4itin by C. P. Meehan. Dublin, 1848. 12''. 

In Latin and English. Latin title ; Pii antistitis icon, sive, 
De yita et morte Rmi. Frandsci KiroTani. Alladensis Episcopi. 

The miginal was published, Maclcvii \t. t. Saint Male], 

John Lanican. 

Fitsp»triek (William John). Irish wits and 
worthies; including Dr. Lanigan, his life and 
times. Dublin: J. Duffy, Sans ^ Co., 1873. ▼»", 
346 pp. 12*. 

DoMiNicK Lynch. 

Pedi^pree (The) of Doctor Dominick Lynch, 
Regent of the Colledge of St. Thomas of Aquin, in 
the City of Seville, A.D. 1674, from a coeval ms. 
[Edited by J. Hardiman]. (In: The Irish Archaeo- 
logical Society. Miscellany vol. i. pp. 44-90. 
Dublin, 1846. 4*.) 

Justin McCarthy. 

HeCArthy (Jastin). An Irishman's story. 
NewYork: MacmillanCo., i^y, 4 p. 1., 436 pp. 8^ 

McGillycuddv Family. 

HeGUl^enddj papers (The). A selection 
from the family archives of **The McGillycuddy of 
the Reeks,'* with an introductory memoir, being a 

contribution to the history of the County of Kerry. 
By W. M. Brady. London: Longmans, Green &* 
Co., 1867. xxxiii, 210 pp 4°. 


Covenant between Mageoghegan and the Fox, 
with brief historical notices of the two families 
[1526]. [Edited by John O'Donovan.] (In: The 
Irish Archaeological Society. . .Miscellany vol. i, 
pp. 179-197. Dublin, 1846. 4**.) 

Thomas Francis Mbaghbr. 

Lyons (W. F.) Brigadier-General Thomas 
Francis Meagher: his political and militaxy career; 
with selections from his speeches and writings. 
Glasgow: Cameron, Fert^uson &* Co. [1898?] viii, 
9-186 pp. 12'. 

Lady Sydney Morgan. 

Fitspatrick (William John). The friends, 
foes, and adventures of Lady Morgan. Dublin: 
B. W. Kelly, 1859. 144 pp. 8". 

Reprinted from the ** Irish Quarterly Review," July, 1859. 

Morgan {Lady Sydney Owenson). Lady Mor- 
gan's memoirs; autobiography, diaries and corre- 
spondence. London: W. H. Allen &* C^.,^862. 2 v. 

o • 

William 0*Brisn. 

Papers relating to the treatment of William 
O'Brien, M. P., in Clonmel Prison. 1889. (Great 
Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) 

Daniel O'Connbll. 

0*Connell (Daniel). Correspondence of D. 
O'Connell, the Liberator, edited, with notices of 
his life and times, by W. J. Fitzpatrick. London: 
J. Murray, 1888. 2 v. 8*. 

Select speeches; edited by his son, John 

O'Connell. Dublin, 1865. 2 v. I2*. 

Ventura ( ). The funeral oration on 

Daniel O'Connell, delivered at Rome, June 28th, 
1847, by the Padre Ventura. [Boslon: Boston Pilot 
Press, 1847.] 47 pp. 8*. 

J. O'Lbary. 
0*Leary (J.) Recollections of Fenians and 
Fenianism. London: Downey 6* Co., 1896. 2 v. 
5 port, xii, 266; vii, 248 pp. 8*. 

Hugh O'Neill, aD Earl of Tyrone. 

Cnninflfhame (Richard). The broken sword 
of Ulster. A brief relation of the events of one of 
the most stirring and momentous eras in the annals 
of Ireland. Dublin: Hodges, Figgis &* Co., 1904. 
viii, 216 pp. 12**. 

Meehan (Charles P. ) The fate and fortunes 
of Hugh O'Neill, eari of Tyrone,and Rory O'Donel, 
earl of Tyrconncl. Dublin, 1868. ports. 12*. 

Mitchel (John). Life and times of Aodh O'Neill, 
prince of Ulster, called by the English Hugh, earl 
of Tyrone; with account of his predecessors, Con, 
Shane, and Tirlough. Dublin, 1845. 24*". (Duffy's 
Library of Ireland, 5.) 

New York, 1868. port. I2^ 

Owen Roe O'Neill. 

Taylor (J. F.) Owen Roe O'Neill. London: 
T. F. Unwin, 1896. viii, 294 pp. i6'. (The 
New Irish Library.) 

Ormond, Duke of. 
See BuTLEK (Jambs), Dukb of Ormond. 



Biography ^ conCd. 

Charlss Stewart Parnbll. 

O'Brien (R. B.) The life of Charles Stewart 
Parnell. 1 846-1 891. London: Smith, Elder 6f 
Co., 1898. 2. V. 8'. 

Report of the special (Paroell) commission; 
with the evidence and speeches taken verbatim in 
the trial before the three judges. With index. i888> 
90. 12 V. f^. (Great Britain. Parliamentary 

Patrick, Saint and Bishop. 

S»iiderson (Joseph). The story of St Patrick: 
embracing a sketch of the condition of Ireland be- 
fore the time of Patrick, during his life, at his death, 
and immediately after it. Boston: fV, L, /Richardson 
Co,, 1895. 286 pp. sq. 8*. 

Tripartite (The) life of Patrick, with other 
documents relating to that saint. Ed. with trans- 
lations and indexes by W. Stokes. London: Eyre 
6f SpotHswoode, iSSy, 2 v. 4*". (Chronicles and 
memorials of Great Britain. . .no. 89.) 

William Conyngham Plunkstt, Baron. 

Plnnket (i. baron), William Conyngham 
Plunkett. Speeches at the bar and in the Senate, 
edited with a memoir and historical notices, by J. C. 
Hoey. Dublin, 1867. 12". 


ResMb (Jeremiah O' Donovan). Irish rebels in 
English prisons; a record of prison life. New York: 
1880. 8% 

O'Donovan Rossa's prison life. Six years 

in six English prisons. New York: American New% 
Company, 1874. i p.l., 8, vii, 440 pp. 8*. 

Rossa's recollections. 1838 to 1898... 

Customs, habits and manners of the Irish people. . . 
Social life and prison life. The Fenian movement. 
Travels in Ireland, England. Scotland and America. 
Mariner* s Harbor, New York : 0*D, Rossa, 1898. 
402 pp. 12**. 

Jndfl^ent in the case Regina v. Jeremiah 
O'Donovan Rossa, tried at Dublin, Nov., 1865. 
(Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) 

William Sampson. 

Sampson (William). Memoirs of William Samp- 
son : including particulars of his adventures. . .his 
confinement in the dungeons of the Inquisition in 
Lisbon, &c., &c., several original letters, being his 
correspondence with the ministers of state in Great- 
Britain and Portugal; a. . .sketch of the history of 
Ireland. . .and a few observations on. .. manners, 
&c., in America. New York: the Author, 1807. 
xii, 448 pp. 8**. 

Memoirs: including. . .a short. . .history oC 

Ireland., .and a few observations on the state of 
manners, &c., in America. Leesburg, Va.: S, B, 
T, Caldwell, 181 7. 432 pp., i port. 2. ed. 8*. 

RicHAitD Lalor Shbil. 
Shell (Richard Lalor). Speeches, with memoir 
by Thomas Macnevin. 2. ed. Dublin [1853]. 12*. 

Edward Smyth. 

Smyth (Edward). An account of the trial of 

Edward Smyth. Dublin: fV. Kidd, printer, x-jTi. 

146 pp. 12*. 

Jambs Stbphbns. 

James Stephens* chief organizer of the Irish 
republic, embracing an account of the origin and 
progress of the Fenian Brotherhood, being a semi* 
biographical sketch of J. S. . . . New York: Carle- 
ton, 1866. iv, 5-1 1 7 pp., I port. 12*. 

Report of the Inspectors of prisons, Ireland, 
with regard to the escape of James Stephens from 
Richmond Gaol, Dublin. Plans. 1866. (Great 
Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) 

William Stokbs. 

AeUnd (H. W.) William Stokes, a sketch . . . 
London: The New Sydenham Soc, 1882. 41 pp., 

1 port. 4°. (New Sydenham Soc.) 

Jonathan Swift. 

Kinir (R- A.) Swift in Ireland. London: T. 
F, Unwin, 1895. (8) 204 pp. 16". (The New 
Irish Library.) 

Theobald Wolfb Tonb. 

Tone (Theobald Wolfe). Memoirs, written by 
himself, with selections from his diary, whilst agent 
to the Irish Catholics. London, 1827. 2 v. 8**. 

(In Collection of Autobiog^raphies. 

London, 1828. 12**.) 

Jamss Touchbt, Earl Castlbhavkn. 
Castlehaven (2* earl). Jambs Touchet. The 
memoirs of James Lord Audley, earl of Castle- 
haven, his engagement and carriage in the wars of 
Ireland, from the year 1642 to the year 1651, writ- 
ten by himself. London: H, Broom, 1680. 3 p.L, 
3-4, I 1., 5-136 pp. 16". 

Richard Townshend. 

To'vnishend (Richard), aW Townshend (D.) 
An officer of the long parliament and his descend- 
ants: being some account of the life and times of 
Colonel Richard Townesend of Castletown (Castle- 
townshend) and a chronicle of his family . . . Lon- 
don: H, Frowde, 1892. xvi, 296 pp., i facstm., 

2 pi., 6 port., 8 Ub. 8^ 

William Gorman Wills. 

WiUs (F.) W. G. Wills, dramatist and painter. 
London: Longmans, Green 6* Co,, 1898. 3 p.l., 
284 pp., I port. 8**. 

Continued in May Bulletin. 



(Harry G.) A list of books printed in 

Scotland before 1700, inclading those printed forth 

of the Realm for Scottish booksellers, with brief 

notes on the printers and stationers. Printed for 

the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society, 1904. [Edin- 

htrerkA 1904. xvi, 153 P. »q. 4**. 
Gut Of the Ediobargh BibliographlaU Society. 

Erikas (Charles). American Bibliography, t. 2. 
Chicago^ 1904* 4** 

Franks {Sir Augustus Wollaston). Franks' 
bequest. Catalogue of British and American book 
plates, bequeathed to the trustees of the British 
Museum by. . . A. W. Franks. By £. R. J. Gambler 
Howe. London : The British Museum^ 1903-4. 
3 ▼. pis. 4*. 

General Works. 

Courses of reading and study in the New Inter- 
national Encyclopaedia. Editors D. C. Oilman, 
H. T. Peck. F. M. Colby. New York : Dodd, 
Mead ^ Co,, 1905. i p.l., iv, i 1., 275 p. 4*. 

M«xers Grosses Konversations- Lexicon. Ein 
Nachschlagewerk des allgemeinen Wissens. Bd. o. 
Leipug: Bibliographisches Institut^it^o^, 6. ed. 4 . 

Biography and Genealogy. 


AlUiben (Frank). Concerning genealogies. 
Being suggestions of value for all interested in 
family history. New York: The Grafton Press 
[cop. 1904J. 71 p. 1 2'. 

Forrer (Leonhard). Biographical dictionary 
of medallists, coin, gem, and seal-engravers, mint- 
masters, &€., ancient and modem, with references 
to their works. B.C. 500-A.D 1900. Compiled by 
L. Forrer. London: Spink 6f Son, 1902-04. 2 v. 

illus. 8'. 
No. 48 of xoo copies printed. 

Alphabetical by Subjects. 
Anthony (Charles L.) (^nealogy of the An- 
thony family from 1495 to 1904. Traced from 
William Anthony, Cologne. Germany, to London, 
England, John Anthony, a descendant, from Eng- 
land to America. Sterling, III.: C. L. Anthony, 

1904. 379 p.. 6 port, illus. 8*. 

Baldwin (Millie Eva). Baldwin ancestry. San 
FranHseo, Col.: Press of F. Eastman ^ Co., M. 
Shannon, printer, 1904. 103 p., I gen. chart. I pi. 
illus. 4*". 

Gift of tbe Antbor. 

Sandihrs (Mary F.) Honor^ de Balzac. His 
life and writings. New York: Dodd, Mead 6f Co., 

1905. xvii, 17 p.. I facsim., i pi.. 3 port. 8*. 

Herlette (Germaine Marie). La vie et I'oeuvre 
d'Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Paris: A. Colin, 
1905. Xf 365 p., I port. 8*. 

Hsmel (Maurice). Albert DUrer. Paris: Libr. 
de L* Art ancien 6* moderne [1905]. 172 p., I 1., 
21 pi.. 3 port. 8**. (Les maitres de I'art.) 

Campbell (Gerald). Edward and Pamela Fitz- 

?;enild. Being some account of their lives compiled 
rom the letters of those who knew them. London: 
E. Arnold, 1904. xi, 256 p.. I pi., 7 port. 8**. 

Gemerd (Jeremiah M[eitzler] M[ohr].) Hein- 
rich Gemhardt and his descendants. Historical 
facts. . .and some interesting reminiscences of the 
great Civil War. WilUamsport, Pa.: Pr. of the 
Gazette ^ Bulletin, 1904. 315 p.t 33 pl.i I7 port. 

Hawthorne (The) centenary celebration at the 
Wayside. Concord, Massachusetts, July 4-7. 1904. 
Boston: Houghton, Mifflin &* d., 1905. viii, 
I 1., 208 p.. I 1., 6 pi., I port. 12*. 

Riley (Theodore Myers). A memorial biography 
of tbe Very Reverend Eugene Augustus Hoffman, 
D.D. (Oxon.), D.C.L., LL.D. Late Dean of the 
General Theological Seminary. Jamaica, N. Y.: 
privately printed, iq^. 2 v. pi., port. 8*. 

Dmry (Marion R.) The life and career of 
James William Hott, D.D.. LL.D., late bishop of 
the United Brethren in Christ. With an introduc- 
tion by Lewis Bookwalter. D.D. Dayton, 0., 
United Brethren Pub, f/ouse,i<^2. xix, 21-214 p.. 
8 pi., 3 port. 8". 

Clark (E. Warren). Katz Awa, the " Bismarck 
of Japan**; or. The history of a noble life. New 
York: B. F. Buck 6* Co. [1904] 95 p. illus. 24". 
Gift of the Author. 

Jenkins (Robert E[dwin]). Jenkins family 
book, being a partial record of the descendants of 
David Jenkftis. {Chicago f\ \q^. 2 p.l., 7-244 p. 


Martin (Sophia Smith). Mack genealogy. The 
descendants of John Mack of Lyme, Conn. With 
appendix containing genealogy of allied families, 
etc. Rutland, Vt.: The Tuttle Co., iqo^-^. 2 v. 8°. 

Rodd (5i> Rennell). Sir Walter Raleigh. Lon- 
don: Macmillan ^ Co.,iq/o^. viii, 292 p., port. 12*. 
(English men of action.) 

Heeker (Max). Schiller's Person lichkeit. Ur- 
theile der Zeitgenossen und Documente gesammelt 
von Max Heeker. Theil i. Weimar: Gesellschaft 
der Bibliophilen, 1904. 8*. 

Abert (Hermann). Robert Schumann. Berlin: 
** Harmonic,** 1903. 1 12 p., 5 facsim., 2 pi., I port. 
4". (Beruehmte Musiker. [v.] 15.) 

Tnekerman (Bayard). Life of General Philip 
Schuyler, 1 733-1 804. New York: Dodd, Mead &* 

Co., 1905. 4 p.l., 277 p., I pi., I port. 8**. 
Gift of Philip Schuyler. 

Ver Planck (William Edward). The history 
of Abraham Isaacse Ver Planck, and his male de- 
scendants in America. Fishkill Landing, N, Y,: 
J. fV. Spaight, iSg2, viii, [8]-3o6 p., i pi., 2 ports. 

Gift of the Author. 





Boyuton (Frank David). Civics of New York 
state. Boston: Ginn 6* Co. [cop. 1904.] vi, 122 p., 


Boyuton (Frank David). School civics; an out- 
line study of the origin and development of govern- 
ment... and political institutions in the United 
States. Boston: Ginn 6* Co. [cop. 1904.] iv, 368, 
xli p. 12°. 

Chancellor (William £stabrook),aiM/ Hewes 
(F. W.) The United States, a history of three 
centuries, 1607-1904. v. 2. New York, 1905. 8*. 

Crosier (William Armstrong). Virginia County 
records. Spotsylvania County, 1 721-1800. Being 
transcriptions from the original files at the County 
Court House. . . Edited by W. A. Crozier. v. i. 
New York : Fox, Duffield 6f Co., 1905. 8". 

Dod^^ (Mary Cochran). A list of the soldiers 
in the war of the Revolution from Worcester, Mass. 
With a record of their death and place of burial. 
Compiled... by M. C. Dodge. [Worcester:] 
Daughters of the Amtr. Rev., Col, Timothy Bigelow 
Chapter [pref. 1902]. 28 p. 8*. 

Gift of the Chapter. 

Dnn^an (Norman). Dr. Grenfell's parish. The 
deep sea fishermen. New York: F, H, Revell Co, 
(1905.] 155 p.. 16 pi. I2^ 

Dunn (J [acob] P[iattl), yr. Indiana. A redemp- 
tion from slavery. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin 6* 
Co., 1905. xii, I 1., 506 p., I 1., I map. New ed. 
12^. (American commonwealths.) 

Gass (Patrick). Gass's journal of the Lewis 
and Clark expedition . . . Reprinted from the edition 
of 181 1, with facsimiles of the original title-page, 
and the five original illustrations . . . With an ana- 
lytical index ... by J. K. Hosmer. Chicago : A. 
C. McClurg 6* Co., 1904. liii, i 1., 298 p., 6 pi.. 
I port. 8 . 

CK>odrich (John £.) Rolls of the soldiers in 
the Revolutionary war, 1 775-1 783. Compiled . . . 
by J. E. Goodrich. Rutland, Ft.: The Tuttle Co., 
1904. XX, I 1., 927 p. 8**. (Vermont. General 
Assembly. 1904. ) 

€h*een (Edwin L[uther]). The Indians of 
South Carolina. Columbia, S. C: The State Co. 
[cop. 1904.] 68 p. 12*. 

Hiffflrinson (Thomas Wentworth), and Mae- 
doniSa (W.) History of the United States from 
986 to 1905. Illustrated. New York: Harper ^ 
Bros., 1905. viii, 1 1., 632 p., 8 maps, 8 pi., 7 port. 

Le Hoine (James Macpherson). Quebec past 
and present. A history of Quebec, 1 608-1 876. 
Quebec: A. CotS ^ Ce., 1876. xvi, 466 p. 8°. 

O'Brien (Frank G.) Minnesota pioneer sketches. 
From the personal recollections of a pioneer resi- 
dent Minneapolis, Minn.: H. H. S. Rowell, 1904. 
4 p.l., 11-372 p., 20 pi., 3 port. 8'. 

Oiren (Mary Alicia). Folk-lore of the Mus- 
'quakie Indians of North America, and catalogue of 
Musquakie beadwork and other objects in the col- 
lection of the Folk- Lore Society. London : D, 
Nutt, 1904. vii, I 1., 147 p., I 1., 7 pi. illus. 8*. 
{Folk-Lore Society. Publications, v. 51.) 

Pflster (Albert). Die amerikanische Revolu- 
tion, 1 775-1 783. Entwicklungsgeschichte der 

Grundlagen zum Freistaat wie zum Weltreich. 
Stuttgart: J. G. Cotta, 1904. 2 v. in I. 8". 

Rider (Sidney S[mith]). The lands of Rhode 
Island as they were known to Caunounicus and 
Miantunnomu when Roger Williams came in 1636. 
Providence, R. I.: The author, 1904. 4 p.l., 297 p., 
I facsim., i map, 7 pi. illus. 8**. 

Robinson (Albert Gardner). Cuba and the 
intervention. New York: Longmans, Green 6* 
Co., 1905. 5 p.l., 359 p. 8^ 

Sapper (Karl). In den Vulcangebieten Mittel- 
amerikas und Westindiens. Reiseschilderungen . . . 
Mit . . . Abbildungen im Text. Stuttgart: E. 
Schweizerbart, 1905. vi, 334 p., i diagr., 2 maps, 
30 pi. 8'. 

Story (The) of oar regiment. A history of the 
148th, Pennsylvania Vols. Written by the com- 
rades. J. W. Muffly, editor. Des Moines: Kenyon 
Print S* Mfg. Co., 1904. 1096 p., 32 pi., 21 port. 

Wallaee (Dillon). The lure of the Labrador 
wild. The story of the exploring expedition con- 
ducted by Leonidas Hubbard, jr. New York: 
Fleming H. Revell Co, [1905. J 2 p.l., 9-339 p., 
I map, 17 pi. 8'. 


Ba^alyei (D. I.) Materialy dlya istorit koloni- 
zatzii i byta stepnoi okrainy Moskovskavo Gosa- 
darstva. (Kharkovskoi t otchasti Kurskoi i Voron- 
ezhskoi Gub.) v. XVI; XVIIIst. Kharkov: K. P. 
Schasni, i886-*90. 8*. 

Bain (R[obert] Nisbet). Scandinavia. A po- 
litical history of Denmark, Norway and Sweden, 
from 1 513 to 1900. Cambridge [Eng.] : Univ. 
Press, 1905. I p.l., viii, 1 1., 460 p., 5 maps. 12*. 
(Cambridge historical series.) 

Balfour ({Mrs.] M. C.) County folk-lore. 
V. 4. Printed extracts, no. 6. Examples of printed 
folk-lore concerning Northumberland. Collected 
by M. C. Balfour and edited by N. W. Thomas. 
London: D. Nutt, 1904. 2 p.l., vii-xv, 180 p. 8*. 
(Folk-lore Soc. Pub. [1903], v. 53.) 

Balkan (The) question, the present condition 
of the Balkans and of European responsibilities. 
By various writers. Edited by L. Villari. London: 
J. Murray, 1905. xiv, i 1., 362 p., i 1., I map. 8". 

Ballard (Adolphus). The Domesday boroughs. 
Oxford: Clarendon Pr., 1904. vi, r 1., 135 p.. 3 
maps. 8 . 

Blaek (George Eraser). County folk-lore. vol. 
3. Printed extracts no. 5. Examples of printed 
folk-lore concerning the Orkney & Shetland Islands. 
Collected by G. F. Black an<f edited by N. W. 
Thomas. London: D. Nutt, 1903. xii, 277 p. 8*. 
(Folk-lore Soc. Pub., 1901, v. 49.) 

Colasanti (Arduino). Gubbio. Con 114 il- 
lustrazioni. Bergamo : Istituto Italiana d*Arti 
Grafiche, 1905. 124 p., I pi. 4*. (Collezione di 
monografie illustrate, ser la, Italia artisttca, 13.) 

Corradini (Enrico). Prato e suoi dintomL 
Con 122 illustrazioni. Bergamo: Istituto ItaUano 
d*Arti Grafiche, 1905. 129 p. 4**. (Collezione 
di monografie illustrate. Ser. la, Italia artistica, 
no. 12.) 

Dreyer (Wilhelm). Die Tragweite des Schieds- 
spruchs im Lippischen Thronfolgestreite. A/itr- 



Ifurg a. L, : G, Schramm^ 1904. 2 p.l.« 88 p. 
S**. (Marburg Universit&t. Staatswissenschaftliches 
Seminar. Arbeiten, Heft i.) 

Fellner (Robert). Die friinkische Ritterschaft 
von 1495-1524. Mit einer Einleitung. Haupt- 
sachlich nacb Quellen aus dem Hochstift WOrz- 
bqrg. Berlin: E. Ebering^ 1905. 312 p. 8°. 
<Historische Studien. .. Heft. 50.) 

Finerty (John F[rederick]). Ireland: the peo- 
ple's history of Ireland. New York: Dodd^ Mead 
<&• Co,^ 1905. 2 V. map, port. 8*. 

Frederick William !•» King of Prussia, 
Die Briefe KOnig Friedrich Wilhelms I. an den 
FOrsten Leopold zu Anhalt- Dessau, 1704- 1740. 
Bearb. von O. Krauske. Berlin: P. Pavey^ 1905. 
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StodoUi (A.) Steam turbines, with an appen- 
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devices... [etc.] London: A. Constable &* Co., 
1905. 384 p. illus. 4. ed. 8*". 

Military and Naval Art and Science. 

Allen (Gardner W.) Our navy and the Bar- 

bary Corsairs. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin &* Co,, 

190S. xiii, 354 p., I 1., 2 maps, 7 pi., 7 ports. 8*". 
Proodfit Collection. 

Wisser (John Philip), and Gaass (Henry C.) 

A militaxy and naval dictionary . . . Compiled by 

Major J. P. Wisser, and H. C. Gauss. New York: 

Z. ^. Hamersly Co., 1905. 175 p. 12", 
Proodfit Collection. 

Whiteomb (Henry), a»^Diret (E.) Dictton- 
naire des termes de marine fran^is-anglais & ang- 
lais-fran9ais. Paris: Challamelaine,!^^, 2 v. 8. 


Oraisac»p (Louis Pope). The world as inten- 
tion. A contribution to teleology. New York: 
Eaton 6* Mains [1905J. ix, i 1., 346 p. 8*. 

Haber (August). Die Hemmnisse der Willens- 
freiheit. MUnsteri, W,: ff. Schdningh, i^^, xii, 
355 p. 8*. 

Pa>pp»l»rdo (Armando). Spiritismo. Milano: 
U. Hoepli, 1905. I p.l., v-xvi, 225 p., 9 pi. 3. ed. 
16**. (Mannali Hoepli.) 

Perrin (Raymond St. James). The evolution 
of knowledge. A review of philosophy. New York: 
The Baker 6* Taylor Company [1905]. xiii, 308 p. 

BaABOli (Cesare). Dizionario di scienze 6I0- 
sofiche. Termini di 61osofia generale, logica... 
etica, ecc. Milano: U, Hoepli, 1905. viii, 683 p., 
I 1. 24*. (Manual! Hoepli.) 

Stoeekl (Albert). Lehrbuch der Philosophic. 
Neubearbeitet von G. Wohlmuth. Bd. i. Mainn: 
Kirchkeim b* Co,, 1905. 8. ed. 8*. 

Bd. I. Lehrboch der Logik. 


Archko (The) Library; translated from ancient 
manuscripts at the Vatican of Rome, and the Se* 

raglio Library at Constantinople, by Drs. Mcintosh 
and Twyman. Topeka, Kan.: W, C. /Vj>t [cop. 
1904]. I p.l., 126 p. 16*. 
Gift of W. C. Fi«k. 

Bible* — N, T, Gospels, Codex Veronensis. 
Quattuor Euangelia ante Hieronymum Latine 
translata eruta e codice scripto ut videtur saeculo 
quarto vel quinto in bibliotheca episcopali Veronensi 
asservato, et ex Josephi Blanchini editione pnncipe 
denuoediditj. Belsheim. Prance: Sumptibus Regia 
Societatis Scientiarum Bokemtca, 1904. vi, 142 p. 

SeUctions (Polyglot). The life 

and morals of Jesus of Nazareth. Extracted textu- 
ally from the Gospels in Greek, Latin, French and 
English by Thomas Jefferson. With an introduc- 
tion [by Cyrus AdlerJ. Washington: Govt, Print, 
Off., 1904. 18 p., 7 1., 84 f., 2 1., 2 maps. 8*. 
(U. S. 58 Congr. 2 sess. H. Doc. 755.) 

Booth (William), and others. Gen. Booth's 
vision and other addresses. Louisville, Ky, : Pickett 
Pub. Co, [1903.] 174 p. 12°. 

Cashman (Herbert Ernest). What is Christi- 
anity? The Russell lecture of 1904 delivered be- 
fore the faculties and students of Tufts College. 
[Boston: Universalist Pub. House,'] 1904. 44 p. 


»r (William Rainey). A critical and exe- 
getical commentary on Amos and Hosea. New 
York: C. Scribner s Sons, 1905. 3 p.l., clxxxi, 
2I., 424 p., I map. 8^ (The International Criti- 
cal Commentary.) 
Schiff Collection. 

'Hoge (Moses Drury). The perfection of beauty, 
and other sermons. .. With a lecture on " The suc- 
cess of Christianity an evidence of its divine origin." 
. . . Richmond, Va, : The Presbyterian Commie, of 
Publication, 1904. 335 p., i port. 8*. 

MaeLean (John Patterson). A bibliography 
of Shaker literature with an introductory study of 
the writings and publications pertaining to Ohio 
believers. Columbus: F, J. Heer, 1905. 71 p., 
I pi. 8'. 

Martin (Daniel Hoffman). Concerning them 
which are asleep. Chicago: The Winona Pub, 
Co,, 1904. 80 p. 12**. 

Peet (Stephen D[enison]). Myths and symbols; 
or. Aboriginal religions in America. Chicago: Off, 
of the Amer. Antiquarian, 1905. xvi, 144 p., 6 pi. 
illus. 8°. (Prehistoric America, v. 5.) 

Straehan (James). Hebrew ideals, from the 
story of the Patriarchs. A study of Old Testa- 
ment faith and life. Part i. Edinburgh: T. 6f T, 
Clark, 1902. 204 p. 12**. (Handbooks for Bible 
classes and private students.) 

Schiff Collection. 

Washer (Charles). My appeal to America. 
Being my 6rst address to an American audience. 
With... an introduction by Lyman Abbot. New 
York: McClure, Phillips 6f Co,, 1905. 6 p.l., 
66 p., I 1. 12*. 

Whito (Anna), <m^ Tajrlor (Leila S.) Shaker- 
ism, its meaning and message, embracing an his- 
torical account, statement of belief and spiritual 
experience of the Church, from its rise to the 
present day. Columbus, 0,: F.J* Heer [1905]. 
417 p., 24 pi., 9 port. 8*. 


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iJistorical Soc. 
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Lexington, Mass., Town Clerk 
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Manitoba, King's Printer 
Mass. Civil Service Commis. 
Mass. General Hospital 
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Mayer, Julius M. . . 
Metropolitan Museum of Art 
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Missouri, Bureau of Labor 

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New Haven, Con n . , Fire Dept. 
New York City Bd. of Educ. 
New York City Commis. of 

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New York State, Sec. of State 
North Carolina, Auditor 
Ohashi Public Library, Tokyo 
Ontario, Legis. Assembly 
Pashkevich, I. E. . . . 
Philippine Islands, Civil Gov. 
Prince Edward Island, Legis- 
lative Library . . 
Proctor, Hon. Redfield 
Queen's College and Univ. 

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Rutland, Vt.. City Clerk 
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Simmons College , . 
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VoLiTMB IX • Number 5 

Rkpobt for April ISS-ISS 

LwT OF Works RBUTina to Ireland, Part III. . 158-184 

Pbiucifal AccRBsiosB in April 1S6-1B1 

Princifal Donobs m April 193 



William W. Appleton. 

John Bigelow. 

John L. Cadwalader. 

Andrew Carnegie. 

Cleveland H. Dodge. 

John Murphy Farley. 

Samuel Greenbaum. 

H. Van Rensselaer Kennedy. 

John S. Kennedy. 

Edward King. 

Lewis Cass Ledyard. 

Alexander Maitland. 
J. PiERPONT Morgan. 
Morgan J. O'Brien. 
Stephen H. Oun. 
Alexander E. Orr. 
Henry C. Potter. 
George L. Rives. 
Charles Rowland Russsll. 
Philip Schuyler. 
George W. Smith. 
Frederick Sturgbs. 

George Brinton McClellan, Mayor of the City of New York, ex officio, 
Edward M. Grout, Comptroller of the City of New York, ex officio. 
Charles V. Fornes, President of the Board of Aldermen, ex officio. 


President, Hon. John Bigelow, LL.D. 
First Vice-President, Rt. Rev. Henry C. Potter, D.D., LL.D. 
Second Vice-President, John S. Kennedy, Esq. 
Secretary, Charles Howland Russell, Esq., 40 Lafayette Place. 
Treasurer, Edward King, Esq., Union Trust Company, 80 Broadway. 
Director, Dr. John S. Billings, 40 Lafayette Place. 


Lafayette Place, 40. (Astor.) Fifth Avenue, 890. (Lenox.) 



East Broadway, 31. (Chatham Square.) 

East Broadway, 197. (Educational Alliance Building.) 

Eldridge Street, 184. (University Settlement Building.) 

Bond Street, 49. Near the Bowery. 

8th Street. 135 Second Avenue. (Ottendorfer.) 

loth Street, 331 East. (Tompkins Square.) 

13th Street, 251 West. Near 8th Avenue. (Jackson Square.) 

22d Street, 230 East. Near 2d Avenue. (Epiphany.) 

23d Street, 130 West. Near 6th Avenue. (Muhlenberg.) 

34th Street, 215 East. Between 2d and 3d Avenues. 

40th Street, 501 West. Between loth and nth Avenues. (St. Raphael's.) 

42d Street, 226 West. Near 7th Avenue. (George Bruce. Department Headquarters.) 

50th Street, 123 East. Near Lexington Avenue. (Cathedral.) 

51st Street, 463 West. Near loth Avenue. (Sacred Heart.) 

59th Street, 113 East. Near Lexington Avenue. * 

67th Street, 328 East. Near ist Avenue. 

69th Street. 190 Amsterdam Avenue. (Riverside. Travelling Libraries.) 

76th Street, 538 East. (Webster.) 

79th Street, 222-224 East. Near 3d Avenue. (Yorkville.) 

82d Street. 2279 Broadway. (St. Agnes.) 

86th Street. 536 Amsterdam Avenue. 

91st Street, 121 West. Between Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues. (Blind Library.) 

looth Street, 206 West. Near Broadway. (Bloomingdale.) 

iioth Street, 174 East. Near 3d Avenue. (Aguilar.) 

123d Street, 32 West. (Harlem Library Branch.) 

125th Street, 224 East. Near 3d Avenue. 

156th Street, 922 St. Nicholas Avenue. (Washington Heights.) 


140th Street, 569 East, cor. Alexander Avenue. (Mott Haven.) 
230th Street. 2933 Kingsbridge Avenue. (Kingsbridge.) 


Tottenville. Amboy Road, near Prospect Avenue. 
Port Richmond. 12 Bennett Street. 





Vol. IX. 

May, 1905. 

No. 5. 


Refebence Department. 

During the month of April there were received at the Library, by purchase, 
597 volumes and 567 pamphlets; by gift, 918 volumes and 2,219 pamphlets; and 
by exchange, 781 volumes and 91 pamphlets, making a total of 2,296 volumes 
and 2,877 pamphlets. 

There were catalogued 3,297 volumes and 4,130 pamphlets, for which were 
written 9,639 cards, in addition to which 3,801 slips were written for, and 19,094 
cards received from, the copying machine. 

The following table shows the number of readers, and the number of volumes 
consulted, in both the Astor and Lenox Branches of the Library, also the number 
of visitors to the Print Exhibition at the Lenox, during the month: 




No. of readers and visitors 









No. of readers . . 

No. of readers, desk aoDlicants 

No. of volumes consulted by desk applicants . . 
Daily average of readers 

Number of visitors to Print Exhibition, etc.. 


Circulation Department. 

The most popular books of the month were (in non-fiction): Okakura's ** The 
Awakening of Japan," Asakawa's '* Russo-Japanese Conflict," and Stephen's 
" English Literature in the i8th Century'*; (adult fiction): Ward's **The Marriage 
of William Ashe," Dixon's '* The Clansman," and Lane's *' Nancy Stair "; (juvenile 
fiction): Andersen's ** Fairy Tales," Barbour's **For the Honor of the School," 
and Wiggin's *' The Story of Patsy." 







East Broadway, 33 

Chatham Squarb. 

East Broadway, 197. 

Educational Alliance Building. 

Eldridge Street, 184 

Bond Street, 49 

8th Street, 135 Second Ave., 


loth Street, 331 East, . . . . 

Tompkins Square. 

13th Street, 251 West, 

Jackson Square. 

22d Street. 230 East, 


23d Street, 130 West, 


34TH Street, 215 East 

40th Street, 501 West 

St. Raphael. 

42d Street, 226 West, 

George Bruce. 

50th Street, 123 East, 


51st Street, 463 West 

Sacred Heart. 

59TH Street, 113 East 

67TH Street, 328 East 

69th Street, 190 Amsterdam Ave., .... 

Travelling Libraries 

76th Street, 538 East 


79th Street, 222-224 East, 


82d Street. 2279 Broadway, 

St. Agnes. 

86th Street, 536 Amsterdam Ave 

91st Street, I2i West. 


looth Street. 206 West, 


iioth Street, 174 East. 


123d Street. 32 West 

Haklbm Library. 

125TH Street, 224 East 

156th Street, 922 St. Nicholas Ave.,. . 
Washington Hkichts. 


140th Street, cor. Alexander Ave 

MoTT Haven. 

Tottenville, Amboy Road, near 
Prospect Ave 

Port Richmond, 12 Bennett Street.. 


home use. 














































































































































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The most important gifts of the month were: From the Architekten- und 
Ingenieur-Verein zu Hannover, the catalogue of its library; from Mrs. Sarah K. 
Bolton, a copy of the •* Harris-Ingram Experiment," by Charles E. Bolton, 1905; 
from P. F. Collier & Son, two copies of their ** Self-indexing Annual, 1905;** from 
Hon. William A. Courtenay, i volume, 22 pamphlets, and 11 prints, being publica- 
tions made by or for him; from Mrs. H. W. Hardon, 16 volumes of the Bering Sea 
fur seal arbitration proceedings (Paris, 1892); from F. W. Herzberger, St. 
Louis, 2 volumes of his poems, ** Pilgrim Songs," Chicago, 1888, ** Pilgerkiange, " 
Chicago, 1889; ^rom the Madras Presidency, '* The private diary of AnandaRanga 
Filial, dubash to Joseph Fran9ois Dupleix . . . Governor of Pondichery . . • 
translated from the Tamil ... by Sir J. Frederick Price," volume i, Madras, 
1904; from the Friedrich Krupp Aktiengesellschaft, their *' Wohlfahrtseinrich- 
ungen der Gussstahlfabrik " (Essen, 1902), 3 volumes; from the Manchester Mi- 
croscopical Society, 16 volumes of their annual reports and transactions; from Dr. 
S. Weir Mitchell, a copy of Selections from his poems, London, 1901; from the 
Mutual Life Insurance Company, of New York, 4 volumes and 15 pamphlets, annual 
reports of the Company; from Hon. Morgan J. O'Brien, two copies of ** Ireland's 
Story," by Charles Johnston and Carita Spencer, Boston, 1905; from the Observa- 
toire de Nice, 3 volumes of its Annales; from Bishop Potter, 100 copies of his 
pamphlet ''The Drink Problem "; from Philip Schuyler, 280 Japanese prints relat- 
ing to the present Russo-Japanese war; from Vinton A. Sears," Telephone Develop- 
ment," second edition, Boston, 1905; and from C. Ellis Stevens and Mrs. Ellen 
Stevens Melcher, a copy of Mr. Stevens* '* Stevens Genealogy," New York, 1904. 
At the Lenox branch the exhibition of British Mezzotints loaned by Mr. J. Pier- 
poDt Morgan was .continued, as was also the printing exhibit of the Century Com- 
pany, and the collection of autographs and prints relating to the French Revo- 

At AsTOR a collection of Hollyer's etched views of New York City was put on 

At Tompkins Square plates from Audsley's ** Ornamental Arts of Japan *' 
were continued on exhibition, as were Racinet's costume plates (to the XVI. cen- 
tury) at 125TH Street, plates from the Wilkie Gallery at Chatham Square, 
Hollyer's etched views of New York City at 67th Street, and Racinet's costume 
plates (after the XVI. century) at Yorkville. At Riverside a set of photographic 
views of the Island of Luzon was placed on exhibition, and at Mott Haven 
'* Masterpieces of Art at the Paris Exposition, 1900." 

Picture bulletins and temporary collections of books on special shelves at the 
Circulation branches were as follows: Chatham Square, ** May-day"; East 
Broadway, Famous men and women born in April, Washington Irving, Spring, 
Out-of-doors; Eldridge Street, Famous men and women born in April, Shake- 
speare, Spring; Bond Street, New books, Easter, Arbor Day, Joseph Jefferson ; 
Ottendorfer, Music, Arbor Day, Schiller; Tompkins Square, Hans C. Andersen, 
Lewis and Clark centennial exposition, Schiller, Shakespeare, Nature books, Jules 
Verne; Jackson Square, Birds,Fishes, Easter, New books; Epiphany, Wild animals, 
Birds, Easter lilies ; Muhlenberg, Easter, Arbor Day, Garden books, Philippines, 
Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii, Daniel Webster, Civil war, Panama Canal, Grant, 


Lincoln, Porto Rico, St. Louis exposition, Peru ; 34TH Street, Hans C. Andersen, 
Easter, Arbor day. Authors of the day ; Bruce, Standard books, New books. Family 
Pets; 59TH Street, Hans C. Andersen; 67TH Street, Rosa Bonheur, Arbor Day, 
Charles Dickens ; Riverside, New books, Trees and flowers, Fairy Stories, Cari- 
catures of Max Beerbohm; Yorkville, Shakespeare, Tales of adventure; St. 
Agnes, Easter, Fairy tales. Birds, London and its government, Sound and music; 
Amsterdam Avenue, Shakespeare, Hans C. Andersen, Grant, General Fitzhugh 
Lee, Easter, Lent, Japan; Bloomingdale, Music, S. C. Woolsey, School work; 
Aguilar, France, Russia, Greece, Elocution, Spain, Famous men and women born 
in April, Oregon exposition, Peru the land of the Incas, James Whitcomb Riley; 
Harlem Library, New books. Base-ball; 125TH Street, Arbor day. Birds, 
Spring; Washington Heights, Books on thirty-two different subjects for public 
schools. Panoramic Colorado, Scotland, Berlin, California, Canada; Tottenville, 
Easter, Spring, Hans C. Andersen. 


Part III. 

Works rklating to Limited Periods. 

Arranged chronologically. 

Battle (The) of Gabhra: Garristown in the 
Comity of Dublin, fought A. D. 283. For the first 
time ^ted from an original Irish manuscript, with 
introduction, literal translation, and notes by 
Nicholas O'Kcamey. Dublin: Ossianic Soc, 1853. 
172 pp. 8*. (Ossianic Society. Trans., v. i.) 

Battle (The) of Vcntry Harbor: which took 
place in the fourth century, and continued without 
intermission for 366 days. Being a literal transla- 
tion from an old Irish manuscript [Caugh Fion- 
tra]. Boston: the Trade.i^St, I p. 1., 5-48 pp. 12'. 

The Cath Finntrdga; or. Battle of Ventry; 

edited from MS. Rawl. B. 487, in the Bodleian 
Ubrary, by Kuno Meyer. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 
1885. zxii, I 1., 115 pp. 8°. (Anecdota Oxoni- 
ensa. Mediaeval and modern series i, pt. 4.) 

Aimalg of Ulster, otherwise Annals of Senat. 
A chronicle of Irish affairs, 431-1541. Edited, 
with a translation and notes, by William M. Hen- 
nessy (and B. MacCarthv). Dublin: A, Thorn dr* 
C?.. 1887-1901. 4Y. 8^ (Royal Irish Academy.) 

BoM^ (Alexander). Contributions to the his- 
tory 01 the Norsemen in Ireland. (Videnskabs- 
selskabet. Skrifter. Hist-filos. klasse, 1900, no. 
4*-^* Kristiania, 1901.) 

Ca m ia c a i iy Eigeas, The circuit of Ireland by 
Muircheartach Mac Neill, prince of Aileach; a 
poem written in 942; now first printed, with a 
translation and notes, by John 0*Donovan. Dub' 
lin, 1841. map. sq. 8°. (Irish Archaeol. Soc. 
Pub.,Y. I. 1841.) 

1 166. 

Anc^lo-Norman Poem, on the Conquest of 
Ireland by Henry the Second, from a manuscript 
in the archiepiscopal library at Lambeth, edited by 
F. Michel, with an introductory essay on the his- 
tory of the Anglo-Norman Conquest of Ireland, by 
T. Wright. London, 1837. 12'. 

Barnard (Francis Pierrepont). Strongbow*s 
conquest of Ireland [1166-86]. London: D. Nutt, 
1888. 16°. (English history from contemporary 

[Brajr (T.)] The conquest of Ireland. (In: 
Calendar of the Carew papers. . . v. 5, pp. 261-351.) 

English (The) conquest of Ireland, A.D. 1166- 

1185. Mainly from the ** Expugnatio Hibemica " 

of Giraldus Cambrensis. A parallel text from i. 

ms. . . .-about 1425 A.D. 2. ms. . .about 1440 A.D. 

Edited by F. J. Fumivall. Pt. i. London: JC, 

Paul, Trench, TrUbner dr* Co., 1896. 8'. (Early 

English Text Society. Original series, 107.) 
pp. after 279 missing. 

Lyneh (William). A view of the legal institu- 
tions, honorary hereditary offices, and feudal baro- 
nies established in Ireland during the reign of 
Henry II., deduced from court rolls, inquisitions 
and other original records. London, iZyi. 4". 

Round (John Howard). The conquest of Ire- 
land. The pope and the conquest of Ireland. (In 
his: The commune of London. .. fVestminster, 
1899. 8*. pp. 137-200.) 

Thatcher (Oliver Joseph). Studies concern- 
ing Adrian IV. (In: Univ. of Chicago. The de- 
cennial pub. Chicago, iqo3. sq. 4^ ser. I, v. 4, 
pp. 153-238.) 

Great Britain.— /'ti^/tV Pecord Office, Cal- 
endar of documents relating to Ireland, 11 71-1307, 
ed. by H. S. Sweetman and G. F. Handcock. 
London, 1875-86. 5 v. 4'. 

Irish Record Commission. Chartse, privilegia 
et immunitates, being transcripts of charters and 
privileges to cities, towns, abbeys and other bodies 
corporate, 18 Hen. II. to 18 Ric. III., 1 171-1395, 

f»Hnted by the Irish Record Commission, 1829-30. 
Dublin A 1889. 92 pp. f°. 

Printed (n 1899-30 the work was not published until 1889 
when the Irish Public Record Office issued it as above. 

Historic and municipal documents of Ireland. 
1 1 72-1320, from the archives of the city of Dublin, 
etc. Ed. by J. T. Gilbert. London: Lonpnans, 
Green ^ Co., \Zlo. Izxxviii, 560 pp. 4'. {Chron- 
icles and memorials of Great Britain, no. 53.) 

Phillipps {Sir Thomas). Extract from a record 
explanatory of grants by Henry II. and Edward 
I. to certain Ostmen in Watcrford of the privilege 
of ** Lex Anglicorum in Hibemia." 7 pp. n. /. 

[185-?] sq. 4^ 
Repr.: Archaeologia XXXVII. 


Copy of the Award as consernying the Tolbolt 
[1212]. [Edited by A. Smith, M.D.] (In: The 
Irish Archaeological Society. Miscellany vol. i, pp. 
33-43. Dublin, 1846. 4^) 

De Concilio Hibemie per magnates totius il- 
Hus Insule [1297]. [Edited by Rev. Richard 
Butler.] (In: The Irish Archaeological Society. 
Miscellany vol. i, pp. 15-33. Dublin, 1846. 4 .) 


Ireland. — Statutes. A statute of the fortieth^ 
year of King Edward II I. ^ enacted in a Parliament 
held in Kilkenny, A.D. 1367, before Lionel Duke 
of Clarence. Now first printed from a ms. in the 
library of His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury 
. . . ; with a translation and notes by James Hardi- 
man. Dublin: Irish Archaological Society, 1843. 
xxxvi, 153 pp. 4**. (In: Irish Archaeological Soci- 
ety. Publn. 4.) 




History^ confd,, 1 392-1 598. 

Roll (A) of the proceedings of the King's Coun- 
cil in Ireland for a portion of the 16. year. . .Ric. 
II., 1392-93. With an appendix. Edited by J. 
Graves. London: Longmans &' Co,.» 1877. ci, 342 
pp., I facsim. 4°. {Chronicles and memorials of 
Great Britain, no. 69.) 

Story (The) of King Richard the Secund. His 
last being in Irland [written by a French gentle- 
man, who accompanied the King in 1399, ^^^^ 
translated. . .by Sir G. Carew [i. earl of Totnes]. 
(In: Hibernica. . . [edited by] W. Harris. Dublin^ 
1747. f^ pp. 23-28.) 

Mac Firbisierh (Duald). The Annals of 
Ireland, from the year 1443 to 1468, translated from 
the Irish by Dudley Firbisse, or, as he is more 
usually called Duald Mac Firbis, for Sir James 
Ware, in the year 1666. [Edited by John O' Dono- 
van.] (In- The Irish Archaeological Society. 
Miscellany, vol. i, pp. 198-302. Dublin, 1^46. 4.) 

Ed§r«eomb {Sir Richard). The voyage of Sir 
Richard Edgeconabe [sic'L into Ireland in the year 
1488... (In: Hibernica [edited by] W. Harris. 
Dublin, 1747. f. pp. 29-38.) 


Great Britain«~/'fi^/iV /Record Offiee, Cal- 
endar of state papers relating to Ireland, of the 
reigns of Henry VIII., Edward VI,, Mary and 
Elizabeth. 1509-1600. Ed. by H. C. Hamilton, 
and E. A. Atkinson. London, 1860-96. 8 v. 4^. 

Ireland* — Chancery, Calendar of the patent 
and close rolls of Chancery in Ireland of the reigns 
of Henr. VIII. Edw. VI. Mary, Elir.. and Charles 
I (1-8 year inc.). Ed. by James Morrin. Dublin: 
A. Thorn, 1S61-63, 3v. 4'. (Master of the Rolls.) 

Social (The) state of the southern and eastern 
counties of Ireland in the sixteenth century: being 
the presentments of the gentlemen, commonalty, 
and citizens of Carlow, Cork, Kilkenny. Tipperary, 
Waterford, and Wexford, made in the reigns of 
Henry VIII and Elizabeth. . .Edited by H. F. 
Hore and the Rev. J. Graves. Dublin: Univ. 
Press, iS70. 2 p.l., ii. 286 pp. 8**. (Royal Soc. 
of Antiquaries of Ireland. Annuary. 1868-69.) 

Correspondence between the Governments 

of England and Ireland. 1515-1538, 1 538-1 546. 

(Great Britain. — State Papers Commission. State 

Papers, v. 2-3. London, 1834. 4*.) 

Include facumiles of John GoghVi nmp of Ireland, 1567; of 
John Norden*s nmp, 1609-161 1; and of an anonymous sixteenth 
century map of Munster. 

Great Britain.— /'m^/iV Record Office. Cal- 
endar of the Carew papers. . .in the ... library at 
Lambeth. . . 1515-1624, ed. by J. S. Brewer and W. 
Bullcn. London, 1867-73. 6 v. 4'. 

V. 5, Book of Howth, and Thomas Bray's Conquest of Ire- 
land, A.D. 432-1534. 

Donlop (Robert). Some aspects of Henry 
Vlirs Irish policy. (In : Historical essays by 
members of the Owens College, Manchester. . . 
London, 1902. 8*. pp. 279-306. 

Brady (William Maziere). State papers con- 
cerning the Irish church in the time of Queen Eliza- 
beth [15 5 8-1 603]. Edited, from autographs in 
Her Majesty's public record ofHce and the British 
museum, xv, 159 pp. London: Longmans, Green, 
Reader ^ Dyer, 1868. 8^ 

0*6rady (Standish). The bog of stars, and 
other stories and sketches of Eliza^than Ireland. 
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Pertinent relaes, van alle *t geene in Yrlandt 
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^ Character (The) of the lord baron Ginckle, 
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Landed [1689] with an Army in that Kingdom, to 
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Reflections and resolutions proper for the 
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Ifetter (A) to a member of the H e of 

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Address (An) from the independent freeholders 

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collection of fifty-four original patriot toasts,drank 
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C&se (The) fairly stated; or, An inquiry how 
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Trath against craft; or. Sophistry and falshood 
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Defence (A) of the Case fairly stated, against 
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I«etter (A) to the right honourable the earl of 
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some of Monsieur Thurot's Original Letters to that 
Gentleman, now in England. To which is added, 
A much more faithful and particular Account than 
has hitherto been published, of his Proceedings 
since his sailing from the Coast of France, Oct. 
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Some thoughts on the nature of paper-credit, 
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Conduct (The) of the sovereign, burgesses, and 
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shewn. Printed in the year MDCCLXI. (Re- 
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such parts of the British acts of Parliament as lay 
that trade under restrictions; and an enquiry how 
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the British dominions. . .2 v. London, 1766. 2 p.l., 
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New (A) address to the. . .Lord Mayor and the 
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[Bush (J.)] Hibemia curiosa. A letter from 
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Kent, giving a general view of the manners, cus- 
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Answer (An) to Mr. W. A. D.'s letter to G. H., 
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The Roman Catholics fully vindicated from the 
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certain perversions of political reasoning. . . On the 
present. . . war between Great Britain . . . France, and 
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Particular consequences of Mr. Orde*s Irish 
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Moore (Peter). Familiar letters on the real 
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Letters [two] to a Protestant dissenter, relative 
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Marsh (Herbert). A letter to the Reverend 
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Dublin: Keene^ 181 5. vi, i l.» 90 pp. 

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Danc^ers (The) with which Great Britain and 
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Fo'vrler (Robert), bishop of Ossory, Speech . . . 
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Ans'vrer of the Protestants to His Excellency 

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Chichester (Rev, Edward). Oppressions and 
cruelties of Irish revenue officers... a letter to a 
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A second letter to a British member of par- 
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Irish revenue officers. . . Ijmdon: T, Wood, 1818. 
55 pp. 8'. 

Documents illustrative of the oppressions 

and cruelties of Irish revenue officers. [Compiled 
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46 pp. 8*. 

Cofl'ejr (/Eneas). Observations on the Rev. Ed- 
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and cruelties of Irish revenue officers. '* London: 
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Curwen (J. C.) Observations on the state of 
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rural population in a series of letters written in a 
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La'vrless (John). The Belfast politics, enlarged; 
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Reports (Two) from committee on the state of 
the poorer classes and the prevention of contagious 
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Sketches of the Merino Factory [County of 
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and of its system of discipline and moral govern- 

ment. [In three letters from an English traveller^ 
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[Steven (Robert).] An inquiry into the abuses 
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Walford (T.) The scientific tourist through 
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to ** The scientific tourist through England, Wales, 
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Orattan (Henry). Substance of speech in the 
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Catholic petitions. London, 1819. 8"". 

Jamieson (John). The substance of an address, 
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0*Coimell (Daniel). Address to the Catholics 
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Protestantism or Popery : dangers threaten- 
ing the religious and civil liberties of the British 
nation, by the admission of Roman catholics to 
stations of political power. . . London, 18 19. 8*. 

Reports (Two) of committee on the state of 
disease and condition of the labouring poor in 
Ireland. With appendices, plans. 18 19. (Great 
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Tajrlor (Robert). Orange clubs. Speech, de- 
livered to the Liverpool concentrics. . . August, 1819. 
[Bolton: Swindells, printer,] 1819. 4 pp. 8"*. 

Repr.: Liverpool Mercury. 


SxMrgoyne (Montagu). A letter to the Right 
Hon. Sturges Bourne, M. P., on the subject of the 
removal of the Irish by the 59th Geo. Ill, cap. 
xiii. sec. 33. London: J. Shaw, printer, 1820. 
54 pp. 8'. 

Dron&cfoole ( ). The speech of Doctor 
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ant of Ireland. Oxford: Munday 6* Slatter, 1820. 
Jv, 5-43 pp. New ed. 8**. 

Thong^hts and suggestions on the education of 
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Bunjran (John), pseud, A political dream in 
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Hunt (Henry). To the radical reformers, male 
and female, of England, Ireland, and Scotland. 
[34 letters. 31 dated Ilchester Bastile, April 11, 
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T, Dolby, 1821-23. 2 V. 8*. 

Imperfect. Letter dated April 11, iSaz, lacks pp. 3-6. Let- 
ter following the letter dated May 5, zSsa, lacks pp. i-s. 
Letter dated June 2a, 1822, lacks pp. 9-16. Feb. zi, zSsa, 

The set when complete should have 47 letters. 

Letter (A) to Robert Peel, M.P. [in support 
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1821. 24 pp. I2\ 



History, confd,, 1 821-1834. 

Real life in Ireland; or the Day and night 
scenes, roTings, rambles, and sprees, bulls, blun- 
ders, bodderation and blarney of Brian Bom, Esq. , 
and bis elegant friend Sir Shawn 0*Dogherty. Ex- 
hibiting a real picture of characters, manners, &c. , 
in high and low life, in Dublin and various parts 
of Ireland... with humorous colored engravings. 
By a Real Paddy. London: W, Evans <5r» Co, 
[1S21.] 2 p.l, viii, 5-296 pp., 19 pi. 4. ed. 8*. 

Stokes (Whitley). Observations on the popu- 
lation and resources of Ireland. Dublin: J, porter ^ 

1821. 4 p.l., 95 pp. 8*. 


Broime (D.) A letter to... the Marquis 
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y. Nichols^ Son, 1822. 23 pp. 8*. 

Browne (Edward). A report of the trial of 
E. Browne and others for administering, and of 
L. Woods for taking an unlawful oath. Dublin: 
y. Exshaw, 1822. I p.l., 65-1 1 1 pp. 12". 

Considerations on the present state of Ire- 
land and on the best means of improving the con- 
dition of its inhabitants. By an Irishman. London: 
R. ^ A, Taylor, 1822. 39 pp. 8**. 

Detail (A) of facts relating to Ireland, particu- 
larly for the last forty years, and their influence on 
the morals and tranquility of the country . . . Dub- 
lin: R, Afillikm, 1822. 136 pp. 8". 

Engineers* reports on the public works for the 
employment of the poor during the distress in 1 822. 
(Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) 

OrenTille (i. baron), William Wyndam 
Grknvillb. Extract from the speech . . . delivered 
in the House of Lords. . . . April 17, 1821, in the 
debate on the bill brought up from the House of 
Commons ' ' For the removal of the disqualifica- 
tions ander which His Majesty's Roman Catholic 
subjects now labour.** London: y. Booker, 1822. 
a p.l., 5-19 pp. 12°. 

Heirophilos* pseudonym. Letters of Heiro- 
philos [pseudonym of John Mac Hale, archbishop 
of Tuam] to the English people, on the moral and 
political state of Ireland, demonstrating the ineffi- 
cacy of the remedies hitherto applied to its evils 
through the means of Bible societies . . . London: 
Keating &* Brown, 1822. viii, 198 pp. 8**. 

Important (The) discovery: or, A reply from 
Civis, to a letter addressed by Daniel O'Connell, 
Esq., to His Excellency the Marquis Weliesley. 
Dublin: M, Goodwin, 1822. 22 pp. 12°. 

Ijetter (A) to the absentee landlords of the 
south of Ireland, on the means of tranquilizing 
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Glaser (Simon), rabbi. The Jews of Iowa. A 
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ChappeU (William). Old English ditties, 
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Gill (W. H.) Manx national songs with Eng- 
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Indy (Vincent d*). Chansons populaires du 
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Kappey (J. A.) Songs of Eastern Europe. A 
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-popular songs of Russia, Poland, Lithuania, Fin- 
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Korbay (F[rancis]). Hungarian melodies, tex^ 

'from the originals done into English by J. S., of 

Dale and F. Korbay. The music transcribed by 

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Korbay (Francis). Twelve Magyar songs. 
Words by F. Korbay and P. England. The music 
arranged from folk songs by F. Korbay. London: 

G, Ricordi <&* C5?., cop. 1900. 2 p.l., 63 p. f. 
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Lawson (Malcolm). Songs of the North, 
gathered together from the Highlands and Low- 
lands of Scotland. Edited by A. C. Macleod and 
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V. I, 30. ed. ; V. a, 5. ed., and edited by H. Boulton. 
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Parisotti (Alessandro). Anthology of Italian 
songs of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. 
Selected and edited with biographical notices by 

A. Parisotti. English translations by T. Baker. 
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Somervell (Arthur). Songs of the four nations. 
A collection of old songs of the people of England, 
Scotland, Ireland and Wales, for the most part 
never before published. . .Edited by H. Boulton. . 
The music arranged by A. Somervell. London: J, 

B. Cramer <&* Co., 1893. viii, 3 1., 270 p., 1 1. 6. ed. 

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Spieker(Max). Songs of Germany. Eighty-one 

German folk- and popular songs. Collected and 

■ edited by M. Spicker. The English translations by 

H. G. Chapman. New York: G, Schirmer, cop. 

1904. vi, I 1., 176 p. 4°. (Songs of the people.) 

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Stanford (Charles Villiers). Irish songs and 
ballads. The words by A. P. Graves. The music 
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Stanford (Charies Villiers).* Songs of Erin. A 
collection of fifty Irish folk songs. The words by 
A. P. Graves. The music arranged by C. V. Stan- 
ford. London: Boosey 6* Co,, cop. 1901. 2 p.l., 

235 p. 4". 
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Stanford (Charles Villiers). Songs of old Ire- 
land. A collection of fifty Irish melodies. The 
words by A. P. Graves. The music arranged by C. 
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Wilson (H. Lane). Old English melodies. 

Words and music arranged by H. L. Wilson. Lon- 

.don: Boosey 6* Co,, cop. 1899. 2 p.l., 119 p. 4". 

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Fostor (R. F.) Callace euchre. London: T. 
D, La Rue 6* Co., 1904. 4 p.l., 58 p. 16*. 

Super flumina. Angling observations of t 
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231 p. 12*. 

American and English Literature. 

Bang^s (John Kendrick). The worsted man. 
A musical play for amateurs. New York: Harper 
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Brainerd (Henry C.) The old family doctor. 
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Cecil (K. H. D.) The historical tragedy of 
Nero. London: K, Paul, Trench, TrUbner 6* Co,, 

1904. 160 p. I2^ 

Chadwiek (John White). Later poems. Boston: 
Houghton, Mifflin <Sr» Co,, 1905. x, I 1., 156 p., 
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Granniss (Anna J.) A Christmas snowflake. 
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Hartford, Conn,: C, M, Gaines, \^\, 3 p.l., 22 p., 
I pi. I2^ 

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Jones (Thomas S.), jr. The path o* dreams. 
Boston: R. G, Badger, 1905. 47 p. 12*. 

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Lan^ (Andrew). The valet*s tragedy, and other 
studies. With illustrations. London: Longmans, 
Green <Sr* Co,, 1903. x, 2 1., 366 p., I plan, i pi., 
\ port. 8". 

Maephail (Andrew). Essays in puritanism. 
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340 p. 8*. 

Mac Ritchie (David). Fians, fairies and picts. 
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Trilbner 6* Co,, 1893. xxii, 23-78 p., I 1., 21 pL 


Morris (William). The defence of Goenerere. 
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Lane, 1905. 43 p. illus. 24*. (Flowers of Par- 
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Peterson (Peter Martin). An Emigrant. Hans 
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123 p., 2 port. 16®. 

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Pinero (Arthur Wing). A wife without a smile. 
A comedy in disguise. London: W, Heinemann, 

1905. 4 p.l., 221 pp. I2^ 

Publisher's (A) confession. New York: 
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Spalding {Rev, John Lancaster). Religion and 
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Steams (Frank Preston). Cambridge sketches. 
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Stephens (Kate). American thumb-prints. 
Mettle of oar men and women. Philadelphia: J. 
B. Lippincott Co,, 1905. 343 p. 12". 

Whibley (Charles). Literary portraits. Lon- 
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Foreign Literature. 

Caveliy (Augustin Louis). CEuvres completes, 
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Kiets (Geoi^e M.) So wilKs der KOnig. 
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>905. 119 p. 12°. 

Hibelmif^nlied* Das Nibelungenlied. Nach 
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und einer Kurzen Grammatik des Mittelhochdeut- 
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Mathematical and Physical Sciences. 

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[Grimaldi {Rev. A. B.)] A catalogue of 
zodiacs and planispheres, originals and copies, 
ancient and modem, extant and non*extant, from 
B. C. 1320 to A. D. 1900. . . London: Gallb* Inglis, 
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*i»im%y (L. de). La science g^ologique; ses 
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^<»m.- A, Conlin, 1905. 2 p.l., 750 p., i 1., 5 
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Poiaear6 (H[enri]). Le9ons de mecanique 
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Viat^Joax (F.) Nouvelles tables d'int^r^ts 
J^mpos^s et d'annuit^s et precis de la throne et de 
« pratique des operations financi^res k long terme, 
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Biological Sciences. 

Bodin (E.) Les bacteries de Tair, de I'eau et du 
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(Encyclopedic sci. des aide-memoire. [Sec. du 

Chatin (A.), and Tr^moUdree (F.) La 

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Edebohle (George Michael). The surgical 
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Hancock (Harry Irving). The physical culture 
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Heitsmann (K[arl]). Miscroscopical morpho- 
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Judeon (Adoniram Brown). The influence of 
growth on congenital and acquired deformities. . . 
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KIrkby (William). Practical prescribing and 
dispensing for medical students. Manchester: 
Univ. Press, 1904. 2 p. 1., iii, 1 1., 11-169, vii p., 

1 1. 12°. (Victoria University. Manchester, Eng. 
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Labb^ (H[enri]). Analyse chimique du sang. 
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Loeb (Jacques). Studies in general physiology. 
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2 V. 8*. (University of Chicago. The decennial 
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Lowell (Arthur). Beauty of tone in speech and 
song. London: Simpkin, Marshall &• Co.^ Ltd., 
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Mathiea (Albert), and Rous (Jean Ch[arles]). 
L'inanition chez les dyspeptiques et les nerveux. 
Semeiologie et traitement. Paris: Masson et Cie, 
[1905] 196 p. 12**. (Encyclopedic scientifique 
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Peckham (George W., and Elizabeth G.) 
Wasps, social and solitary. With an introduction 
by John Burroughs. Illustrations by James H. 
Emerton. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin &* Co,, 1905. 
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Peet (Louis Harman). Trees and shrubs of 
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Stephens (C. A.) Natural salvation. The 
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immortal life on earth. Norway Lake, Me.: The 
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Traits d'anatomie humaiDe,pab. par P. Poirier 
ct A.Charpy. Tome 2, 5x-a. Paris^ 1901. 3 v. 

Trevathan (Charles E.) The American 
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Woodruff (Charles E[dward]). The effects 
of tropical light on white men. New York : Reb- 
man Co., 1905. vii, 358 p. 8**. 


Gabelents (Georg von der). Die Sprachwis* 
senschaft, ihre Aofgaben, Methoden, and bishe- 
rigen Ergebnisse . . . herausgegeben von Dr. Al- 
brecht Graf von der Schulenberg. Leipsig: C, H, 
Tauchnitx, 1901. xxi, 520 p. 2. ed. rev. & enl. 

Thnmb (Albert). Handbuch des Sanskrit, mit 
Texten und Glossar. Eine EinfOhrung in das 
sprachwissenschaftliche Studium des Altindischen. 
Tl. I. Heidelberg: C. IVinter, 1904. 8°. (Samm- 
lung indogermanischer Lehrbttcher. Reihe i, 
Bd. I.) 

Traveller's (The) Malay pronouncing hand- 
book for the use of travellers and newcomers to 
Singapore. Singapore: Eraser 6* Neave, 1904. 
6 p.l., 317, xxvi p. 7. ed. 24*. 

Economics and Sociology. 

Alston (Leonard). Modern constitutions in 
outline. An introductory study in political science. 
London: Longmans^ Green 6* C?., 1905. viii, 72 p. 

Ashley (Percy). Modem tariff history. Ger- 
many — United States — France. With a preface by 
the Rt. Hon. R. B. Haldane. London: J, Mur^ 
ray, 1904. xxiii, i L, 368 p. 8°. 

Claass (Josef M. fi.) Rabat und Chorrock. 
Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des geistlichen Ko- 
stQms. Strassburg: F. X. Le Roux dr* C?., 1904. 
29 p., 2 pi. 8**. 

Schiff Collection. 

Dinwiddle (Emily W.) Housing conditions 
in Philadelphia. An investigation ... under the 
direction of a committee of the Octavia Hill Asso- 
ciation. Philadelphia, 1904. 3 p.l., 42 p., 3 plans, 
8 pi., II tab. 4 . 

Evah (Rawson), pseud, of Hugo Anthony 
Weissenborn. The blessings of universal peace. 
\ Jersey City: Peace Pub. Co.,'\ cop. 1904. 9 p.l., 
39 ff. sq. 12". 

Gift of Author. 

Gumplowics (Ludwig). Geschichte der 
Staatstheorien. Innsbruck: Wagner, 1905. xi, 
592 p. 8^ 

Krueg^er (Emil). Bibliographic der Arbeits- 
losenfttrsorge. In dSnischer, deutscher, franzO- 
sischer, holl&ndischer, italienischer, norwegischer, 
portugiesischer, spanischer und tschechischer 
Sprache gesammelte Berichte . . . Grunewald- Ber- 
lin: Arbeiter-Versorgung, 1904. viii, 51 p. 8". 

Title-page and preface both in German and French. 

London (Jack). War of the classes. New 
York: The Macmillan Co., 1905. xix, 278 p. 

Louis (Paul.) L'avenir du socialisme. Paris: 
E, EasquelU, 1905. 2 p.l., x, 315 p., I 1. 12'. 

Mohammed Kadri Pacha. Droit musulman, 
Statut r^l, d'apr^ le rite hanafite, mis en articles 
d*apr^ le systeme des codes ^gyptiens. . .Tradoit 
de I'arabe. . .par Abdulaziz Kahil ^y. Le Caire: 
Imprimerie NationaU, 1893. v, I 1., 319 p. 8*. 

Schiff Collection. 

Pandectes francaises. Nouveau repertoire de 
doctrine, de legislation et de jurisprudence, com- 
mence sous la direction de M. Riviere. . .continue 
par H. Fremelet. Tome 51, 56. Paris, 1904. 
2 V. sq. 4**. 

Reiswits (W. G. von). Freiherr Generalstreik ? 
Ein RUckblick auf den Hafenarbeiter-Streik in 
Marseille. Berlin: O. Eisner, 1905. 3 p.l., 85 p. 

Repertoire du droit administratif fond^ en 
1882 par L^on B^quet, public de 1892 k 1901 soos 
la direction de E. Laferri^re. Tome 21. Paris, 
1904. I V. f". 

Sturf^on (Harold M.) The law of divorce, 
and the proceedings to obtain a divorce in Pennsyl- 
vania, together with a full collection of forms. 
Philadelphia: T. &*/. W. Johnson ^ Co., 1905. 
xxxii, 509 p. 8". 

Viola (Orazio). Bibliografia italiana della pena 
di morte. [Catania: Cromo-Tipograjico Industrie 
ale, 1904.] 71 p. 8". 

Zimmermann (Alfred). Kolonialpolitik. Leip- 
zig: C, L, Hirschfeld, 1905. xxii, 424 p. 4*. 
(Hand- und Lehrbuch der Staatswissenschaften . . . 
Abt. I. Bd. 18.) 

Industries and Industrial Arts. 

Beahan (Willard). The field practice of rmU. 
way location. New York: Engineering News Puh- 
lishing Co., 1904. viii, 252 p., 6 plans. 8*. 

Bradbury (Fred). Carpet manufacture. Bos- 
ton : Lord &* Nagle, 1904. 301 p., 8 pi. 8*. 

Broadbent (J. T.) A cotton mannal for 
manufacturers and students. Boston: Lord ^ 
Nagle, 1905. 3 p.l., 11-96 p. 16*. 

Camei^e Steel Company. Pocket compan km 
containing useful information and tables appertain- 
ing to the use of steel, as manufactured by Carnegie 
Steel Company. Pittsburg, Pa.: Carnegie Steel 
Co,, 1903. 2 p.l., 345 p.. I 1. 16°. 

Cassella Color Company. The dyeing of cot- 
ton and other vegetable fibres with the dye staffs 
of Leopold Cassella & Co., Frankfurt o. M. 
Frankfort 0. M.: The Company, 1902. ix, 448 p. 
2 pi. 4". 

Supp. no. I. New York, 1904. vii, 

191 p., 2 pi. 4 . 

Luhmann (E.) Die Industrie der alkoholfreien 
Getr&nke. Ein Handbuch far alle, welche diese 
GetriUike fabrikmfissig erzeugen, in kleinen Mengnen 
bereiten, oder ttber dieselben ein Urteil gewiazten 
wollen. . . Wien: A, Hartleben, 1905. xvi, 364 p. 
illus. 12**. (A. Hartleben*s chemischtechniscbe 
Bibliothek...[Bd. 285.]) 

Maillet (Edmond). Essais d*hydraulique soater- 
raine & fluviale ..Paris: A. Hermann, 1905. vi, 
218, I 1., 48 p. 8*". (Mecanique et physique da 



Hessersehoiitt (A.) Calculation und Tech- 
nik dcr Eiseogiesserei. Essen: G, Z>. Baedeker, 
1903-4. 3. cd. 2 V. 1 2*. 

Hessersohmltt (A.) Die Kalkalation im 
Maschioenwesen, nebst Anleituns: zur Bestimmung 
der allgemeinen wie spezialisierten Akkord-Ge- 
dinge and der Wahl der Materialen, sowie Anhang 
▼on Akkord' Verzeichnissen und Preisen maschi- 
neller Gegenstftnde. Essen: G, B, BAdeker, 1903. 
162 p., I 1. 2. ed. 12**. • 

Monie (Hugh), jr. The cotton fibre and the 
mixing of cotton. Manchester: A, Heywood 6* 
Son^ 1904. 3 p.l., 160 p., I 1., 2 pi. I2^ 

Noebels (J.) Haustelegraphie und Privat- 
Femsprechanlagen mit besonderer Berttcksichti- 
gung des Anschlusses an das Reichsfernsprechnetz. 
Mit 384 Abbildungen. Leipzig: S, Hirul, 1905. 
XX, 490 p. 12*. 

Produeer^s Supply Co., Chicago. Crushed 
stone and its uses. Facts of importance in connec- 
tion with modern concrete construction. Compiled 
[or rather edited] by W. Jackman. Chicago: The 

Comfany, iqO^, S p.l., 7-110 p., i 1. illus. 8'. 
Gift of the Cooapaoy. 

Rielubrda (Ralph Coffin). How to handle 
freight. Address to the agents and employes of 
the Chicago and North-western railway, delivered 
at Chicago, Boone, North Fond du Lac... [etc.] 
[Geneva f^ ///.,] 1904. 67 p. 12*. 

Gift of the author. 

Military and Naval Art and Science. 

Kremnits (Georg). Die Entwicklung der ru- 
mioischen. Armee seit dem Feldzuge 1877/78. 
Breslau: S. Schottaender, 1905. 58 p. 8'. 

Lovett (W. J.) A complete class-book of 
naval architecture. Practical, laying off, theoreti- 
cal New York: Longmans, Green &* Co., 1905. 
X. 283 p. 8". 


Carson (Thomas G.) Man's responsibility ; or. 
How, and why, the Almighty introduced evil upon 
the earth. New York: G, P. Putnam's Sons, 
1905. v, 524 p. 12*. 

Cook (Alfred). Psychology. An account of 
the principal mental phenomena, with numerous 
examples. New York: Hinds, Noble <Sr» Eldridgc 
[cop. 1904]. xi, 386 p. 12". 

Petersilea (Carlyle). Letters from the spirit 
world. Written through the mediumship of C. 
Petersilea, by his father Franz Petersilea, and other 
spirit celebrities. Chicago: Progressive Thinker 
Publ. House, 1905. I p.l., 328 p., I port. 8". 

Gift of C. Petenileft. 

Thomdike (Edward L[ee]). An introduction 
to the theory of mental and social measurements. 
New York : The Science Press, 1904. xii, 212 p. 
8**. (Library of psychology and scientific methods.) 

Wandt (Wilhelm). Principles of physiological 
psychology. Translated from the fifth German 
edition (1902) by E. B. Titchener. v. i. London: 
S, Sonnenschein &" Co., 1904. 8'. 


Bloomfleld (Maurice). Cerebus. the dog of 
Hades: the history of an idtsi. , .Chicago : Open 
Court Pud, Co., 1905. 2 p.l., 41 p., I pi. 16 . 

Graebner (A. L.) Geschichte der Lutheri- 
schen in America. Tl. i. St. Louis, Mo., Concor- 
dia Pub. House, 1892. 8'. 

Hochstetter (Christian Friedrich). Die Ge- 
schichte der Evangelisch-lutherischen Missouri- 
Synode in Nord Amerika, und ihrer Lehrkfimpfe 
von der s&chsischen Auswanderung im Jahre 1838 
an bis zum Jahre 1884. Dresden: H. J. Naumann, 
1885. xiv, I 1., 480 p. 8'. 



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John Murphy Farley. 

Samuel Greenbaum. 

H. Van Rensselaer Kennedy. 

John S. Kennedy. 

Edward King. 

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Alexander Maitland. 
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George Brinton McClellan, Mayor of the City of New York, ex officio, 
Edward M. Grout, Comptroller of the City of New York, ex officio, 
Charles V. Fornes, President of the Board of Aldermen, ex officio. 


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Vol. IX. 

June, 1905. 

No. 6. 


Refebence Department. 

During the month of May there were received at the Library, by purchase, 
813 volumes and 405 pamphlets; by gift, 1,309 volumes and 5,121 pamphlets; and 
by exchange, 135 volumes and 914 pamphlets, making a total of 2,257 volumes 
and 6,440 pamphlets. 

There were catalogued 4,094 volumes and 3,734 pamphlets, for which were 
written 10,093 cards, in addition to which 4,887 slips were written for, and 17,328 
cards received from, the copying machine. 

The following table shows the number of readers, and the number of volumes 
consulted, in both the Astor and Lenox Branches of the Library, also the number 
of visitors to the Print Exhibition at the Lenox, during the month: 




No. of readers and visitors 









No. of readers 

No. of readers, desk aoolicants 

No. of volumes consulted by desk applicants. . 
Dailv averacre of readers 

Number of visitors to Print Exhibition, etc.. 


Circulation Department. 

The most popular books of the month were (in non-fiction): Palmer's •* With 
Kuroki in Manchuria," Landon's **The Opening of Tibet," and Hughes's ** Con- 
temporary American Composers"; (adult fiction): Ward's **The Marriage of 
William Ashe," Sinclair's ** The Divine Fire," and Thurston's ** The Masquerader " ; 
(juvenile fiction) : " Drysdale's "The Young Reporter," Barbour's ** Quarterback," 
and Tomlinson's •'Ward Hill at Weston." 






East Broadway, 33 

East Broadway, 197 

Eldridge Street, 184 

Bond Street, 49 

8th Street, 135 Second Ave.... 

loth Street, 331 East 

13th Street, 251 West 

22d Street, 230 East 

23d Street, 130 West 

34th Street, 215 East 

40th Street, 501 West 

42d Street, 226 West 

50th Street, 123 East 

5ist Street, 463 West 

59th Street, 113 East 

67th Street, 328 East 

69th Street, 190 Amsterdam Ave 

Travelling Libraries 

76th Street, 538 East 

79th Street, 222-224 ^ast 

82d Street, 2279 Broadway 

86th Street, 536 Amsterdam Ave 

91st Street, 121 West 

looth Street, 206 West 

iioth Street, 174 East 

123d Street, 32 West 

125th Street, 224 East 

156th Street, 922 St., Nicholas Ave.. . 

140th Street, and Alexander Ave 

Kingsbridge Ave., 2933 

Tottenville, Amboy Road 

Port Richmond, 12 Bennett Street 










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The most important gifts of the month were: from the American Exchange 
National Bank, **The New York Clearing House Association, 1854-1905,** by 
W. J. Gilpin and H. E. Wallace, New York, 1904; from Rev. James Bassett, 
**Shareh Ahade," a treatise on Arabic grammar with a Persian commentary, 
printed at Teheran in 1852, and a Persian almanac; from the Corcoran Gallery 
of Art, 7 volumes and 6 pamphlets, catalogues of the Gallery; from the Deich- 
manske Bibliothek, Kristiania, i volume and 7 pamphlets, reports and catalogues 
of historical literature, etc. ; from the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries of 
Great Britain, of their publications, i volume and 26 pamphlets; from Rev. 
Kenneth S. Guthrie, 4 volumes and 5 pamphlets of his philosophical publica- 
tions; from R. T. H. Halsey, a copy of **The Boston Port Bill as pictured 
by a contemporary London cartoonist," New York, Grolier Club, 1904; from 
Ken Hoshino, a copy of ** The Mission of Japan and the Russo-Japanese War," 
by Rev. Kota Hoshino, Yokohama, 1904; from Miss Jessie F. Hume, 8 volumes 
of New York newspapers of middle 19th century; from Mrs. Eleanor V. Hutton, a 
copy of the catalogue of the books of association in the library of Laurence and 
Eleanor Hutton, compiled by Miss M. E. Wood, and privately printed at New 
York, 1905; from A. S. Isaacs, 41 volumes of the Jewish Messenger; from the 
John Carter Brown Library, "The dedication of the library building;" from 
Prince Korab, four of his works; from Cyrus J. Lawrence, 8 volumes and 4 
pamphlets, relating to archaeology; from Dr. Henry M. Leipziger, 98 volumes and 
6 pamphlets, works relating to the Jewish church service; from Hon, W. P. Letch- 
worth, ** Private charitable institutions in the City of New York," issued by the 
Charitable Institutions Division of the Department of Finance of the City, 1904; 
from J. J. Little & Co., Robert A. Chesebrough's "Christmas guests and other 
poems," New York, 1905; from Alexander Maitland, 185 volumes and 427 pam- 
phlets, charitable reports, etc. ; from the Methodist Library, 360 miscellaneous 
volumes and 2572 pamphlets; from Wilhelm Pettersen, **En ny slaegt, dramatisk 
digt," Minneapolis, 1895; from Hon. T. C. Piatt, the Journal of the Congress of 
the Confederate States of America, 1861-1865, vols. 1-2; from Mrs. Julia A. Pratt, 
a biography of Hon. Daniel Pratt, edited by Mrs. S. F. H. Tarrant, Richmond, 
1904; from Ralph Curtis Ringwalt, a copy of his '' Briefs on public questions," 
New York, 1905; from Hon. George L. Rives, " Diario de las operaciones de la 
expedicion contra la Plaza de Panzacola concluida por las Armas de S. M. Cat6- 
lica baxo las 6rdenes del Mariscal de Campo D. Bernardo de Galvez," printed in 
Spain in 1781, with manuscript notes by Mr. Rives relative to the authorities to 
be consulted on the expedition; from Mrs. George R. W. Scott, a memorial of 
Rev. George Robert White Scott, Boston, 1905; from R. M. Smythe, a copy of 
his compilation ^^Ob^olete American Securities and Corporations," New York, 1904; 
from George Peabody Wetmore, a copy of De B. Randolph Keim*s ** Sherman, a 
memorial in art, oratory and literature by the Society of the Army of the Tennes- 
see with the aid of the Congress of the United States, prepared under the direc- 
tion of Col. Thomas W. Symons;" from Clinton R. Woodruff, 6 volumes, 28 
pamphlets and 13 periodicals, all relating to civic reform; and from Francis E. 
Woodruff, Part III. of ** A branch of the Woodruff stock," Morristown, 1905. 

At the Lenox branch the exhibition of British Mezzotints loaned by Mr. J. Pier- 


pont Morgan was continued. A collection of Schiller portraits, views, manuscripts, 
etc., was placed on exhibition on May 3d. 

At AsTOR a collection of Japanese colored lithographic prints relating to the 
present war was exhibited. 

At Tompkins Square plates from Audsley's ** Ornamental Arts of Japan** 
were continued on exhibition, as were Racinet's costume plates (to the XVI. cen- 
tury) at 125TH Street, plates from the Wilkie Gallery at Chatham Square, 
HoUyer's etched views of New York at 67TH Street, Racinet's costume plates 
(after the XVI. century) at Yorkville, photographic views of the Island of Luzon 
at Riverside, and Masterpieces of Art at the Paris Exposition at Mott Haven. 

Picture bulletins and temporary collections of books on special shelves at the 
Circulation branches were as follows: Chatham Square, Joseph Jefferson, ** May- 
day**; East Broadway, Famous men and women born in May, Emerson, Albion 
W. Tourgee, Stories of children for ** Grown Ups," Good books for summer read- 
ing. One hundred of the best novels, Good stories for boys and girls; Rivington 
Street, Famous men and women born in May, John Brown, Spring, Wild flowers; 
Bond Street, Music, New books. General Fitzhugh Lee ; Ottendorfer, Flowers, 
Sports, Raleigh, The Ocean Yacht Race; Tompkins Square, American Indian, 
American flag. Technology, Indian tales and folk stories; Jackson Square, New 
books; Bruce, New books. Dog stories, Stories of foreign children; 59TH Street, 
Famous men and women born in May, Wild flowers; 67TH Street, New books. 
Animals; Webster, Music, Birds, Indians; Yorkville, Out doors; Amsterdam 
Avenue, Emerson, Spring, Children of foreign lands, Dante, Ulysses S. Grant, 
Robert E. Lee; St. Agnes, New books; Bloomingdale, School work, Wild 
animals; Aguilar, Louisa M. Alcott, Famous men and women born in May, 
Bronx park. Trees, Flowers; Harlem Library, New books. Birds, Tibet, Soldiers; 
Washington Heights, Books on thirty-seven different subjects for public schools. 
Clay, Webster, Audubon and birds; Tottenville, America the land of contrasts. 
Stories first published in magazines. 

In addition there were bulletins on Decoration Day at fifteen branches, on 
Schiller at seven, on John Paul Jones at four, and on Arbor Day at four. 

The opening exercises of the Kingsbridge Branch, 2933 Kingsbridge Avenue, 
Borough of the Bronx, were held on Friday, May 19th, at 4.30 p.m. Hon. Thomas 
Darlington, M.D., Commissioner of Health, presided as the representative of the 
Mayor, and music was furnished by the pupils of Public School No. 7, Kings- 
bridge. Addresses were made by Cleveland H. Dodge, Esq., on behalf of the 
Trustees, by Dr. Thomas Darlington on behalf of the City, by the Director, 
Dr. John S. Billings, and by the Chief of the Circulation Department, Mr. Arthur 
£. Bostwick. 

This branch is the 31st branch of the Circulation Department and occupies the 
loth of the Carnegie buildings. It has on its shelves 3,500 volumes, including 
1,000 from the Kingsbridge Free Library, which now becomes merged in this 
branch. The ground on which the building stands is the gift of Dr. James 
Douglas of Spuyten Duyvil. 


AND MARY, 1761. 

Printed from the original manuscript in the Lenox Collection in the 

New York Public Library. 

London, May 15. 1761. 
Dear S« 

I at length perform my promise and obey your Commands, in sending back to 
you M'. Humes letter. I am ashamed it was not done sooner. I ought to have 
lost no time in asking pardon of Mt Hume, for my stupid, & blameable negligence. 
I ought to have look^ in his Book before I mention^ anything as his opinion 

I cannot help envying your happiness in conversing with such men as 
D"; Robertson, and Mr. Hume. If I lived within reach of the latter I believe we 
should have many controversys, but flatter myself they would all be very amicable. 
However I will not deny that he has reason to be pleased — there's such a differ- 
ence between us. Learning & Philosophy seem to me to make good progress in 
Scotland, and the Scots Clergy are surely very much improved, both in their 
writings, and preaching. 

Neither to be persecuted or have the power of Persecution, is the happiest State 
any Church can be in ; though few Church men, of any denomination have thought 
so. It is an honor to this Age and kingdom that there are now clergymen both in 
England & Scotland, who embrace and dare avow the Principles both of religious 
and civil Liberty. May their number increase, to the advantage of true Religion, 
in opposition to Superstition, Enthusiasm and all nonsense that is the Pride of 
Priests, & delight of Bigots. I congratulate you on the hopes of Peace, and 
presume you will not be displeased if a Scots Secretary is instrumental in procur- 
ing, what is so much wanted and most desirable. I am with my best wishes to 
y\ Self and fair Secretary Dear S'. 

Y'. very obliged & obedient 

Humble Serv\ 

J. Campbell. 

I most heartily ask pardon of M'. Hume for my Polander as to his opinion of 
the alleged conspiracy of Darnley against Moray. I can find no escape for myself. 
M'. Hume has been very kind in endeavoring to find one for me, I am much 
obliged to him for so candid & gentle a Remark, when I indeed deserved rebuke. 

I cannot lay quite so much Stress as M! Hume does on the^ letters being pro- 
duced with other Letters of Q. Marie's to the English Councill. He justly observes 
that Q. Elizabeth then pretended 10 be neutral, a Pretence very easily seen through. 
Mr. Hume thinks that any Counsellor who said the handwriting was not the same 
would have run no risque, except perhaps of a frown, I agree that perhaps at this 



time, a frown would have been all, but the frowns of Tyrants are always danger- 
ous^ often fatal. Norfolk had too much reason to think Q. Marie guilty inde- 
pendent of those letters 

Supposing the letters forgery's I think so cunning a man as Moray, could not 
fear Elizabeth would convict him, for that once done, she could have made no 
further use of him, it was much too early for her to destroy him. That the original 
letters were destroyed, and that the Copies were cut out of the Books that are now 
in the Advocates Library is not to be wonder'd at. But that no Copies of the 
original fifrench should now exist is somewhat strange. And I cannot see that 
Buchanans translating from the Scots, and not from the original ffrench, is well 
accounted for, The difference between M^ Hume and me is not great, I am 
strongly inclined to believe the letters genuine, but think there's room for doubt 
even too [sic] an impartial Man, and no possibility of absolute conviction where 
there is any partiality to the other side of the Question. Indeed it is a Question 
of mere Curiosity, of very little Consequence, for allowing the Letters to be genu- 
ine, it is only an additional proof of the Queens Guilt which appears to me evident 
and indubitable without it. And Supposing them a Forgery it do's not Set Moray 
in a worse light than that in which he is shewn (as I think) by many unquestion- 
able facts. 

But such little controversy's are a sort of exercise to the Mind, and help to keep 
up Conversation, not disagreeably, with Men of M^ Hume's good sense, Knowl- 
edge and Candor 

M'- Hume's Character is much above being affected by such a Writer as the 
Inquirer, the Dirt he throws at M^ Hume can never stick, but fly back in his own 


Part IV. 


CoiBBient»ries on national policy, and Ire- 
land. Dublin: R, Milliken 6* Son, 1831. vii, 
363 pp. 1 2'. 

Defenee of the Ensflish poor laws, with re- 
marks on the applicability of the system to Ireland: 
substance of letter to Mr. Canninsf in 1823; by A 
select vestryman of the parish of Putney [1. ^., 
Wm. Carmalt]. London^ 1831. 8'. 

[liAseelles (Rowley).] The ultimate remedy 
for Ireland. London: T. Hookkam^ 1831. I p.l., 
75 pp. 8*. 

Letter to &c., &c., on a bill now be- 
fore Parliament for regulating the appointment of 
Lieutenants, and Deputy Lieutenants for counties 
in Ireland. London. .. July, 1 831. 46 pp. [Lon- 
don. 1831?] 8^ 

Ll^t (A. W.) A plan for the amelioration of the 
condition of the poor of the United Kingdom (more 
particularly Ireland). . . by means at once simple 
and economical... London: y. Brooks^ 1831. i 
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N* (H.) An address to the people of Ireland on 
the repeal of the legislative union between Great 
Britain and Ireland. Dublin: R, Milliken &* Son, 
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Parson's ( The) horn book [by Thomas Brown?]. 
Dublin: Browne 6j* Sheehan^ 1 83 1. 203 pp., 14 
pi. 2. ed. 8'. 

Reports of commissioners on the duties, emolu- 
ments, &c. , of officers and ministers of justice of 
the courts of law in Ireland. With correspondence, 
a I pts. 1817-31. (Great Britain. Parliamentary 

Papers relating to improvements on crown 
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Senior (Nassau William). A letter to Lord 
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commutation of tithes, and a provision for the Irish 
Roman Catholic clergy. London: J, Murray^ 1831. 
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Williams (Charles Wye). Observations on an 
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want of employment of its population; with de- 
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Wriipht (G. N.) Ireland illustrated from origi- 
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Allen (William). Colonies at home; or. Means 
for rendering the industrious labourer independent 
of parish relief, and for providing for the poor 
population of Ireland by the cultivation of the 
soil. Lindfield, Sussex: C, Greene, 1832. i p.l., 
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Gordon (J. £.) Irish education. Six letters 
on the subject of Irish education, addressed to 
E. G. Stanley, chief secretary for Ireland. With 
an appendix, containing an outline of the new sys- 
tem of education proposed by His Majesty's gov- 
ernment, in a letter addressed to Mr. Stanley to. .. 
the Duke of Leinster. . . London : Hatchard &* 
Son, 1832. 2 p.l., 74 pp. 8*. 

Lillie (Sir John Scott). A letter, addressed to 
the Earl of Roden, in reply to the appeal made by 
his lordship, to the Protestants in England and 
Wales, calling on them to petition the King against 
the measures of reform about to be introduced by 
his Ministers in Ireland. London: £, IVilson, iS^2. 
I p.l., 62 pp. 8**. 

Observations on the origin and progress of 

parliamentary corruption, and on the probable con- 
sequences of parliamentary reform; comprising, A 
letter to the Earl of Roden, in reply to the Appeal 
lately made by his lordship, on behalf of the Pro- 
testants and Orangemen of Ireland, to the Protest- 
ants in England and Wales, against the measures 
of reform contemplated for Ireland. London: E, 
fVilson, 1S22, 2 p.l., 150 pp. 8*. 

M'Crea (J. B.) Speech. .. at a meeting of the 
Protestant Conservative Society, Tucs., 4th Sept., 
1832. Dublin: R. M, Tims [1832?]. 24 pp. 8'. 
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[Maxwell (William Hamilton).] Wild sports 
of the west. With legendary tales, and local 
sketches. By the author of Stories of Waterloo 
[i.e., W. H. Maxwell], v. 1-2. London: R. Bent^ 
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Martin (Robert Montgomery). Poor-laws for 
Ireland, measures of justice to England; of human- 
ity to the people of both islands; t^nd of self-preser- 
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Monn^an (Tames). A report of trials before. . . 
the Lord Chief Justice, and . . . Sir Wm. C. Smith, 
bart., at the special commission, at Maryborough, 
commencing on the 23. May, and ending on the 6. 
June. Dublin: R. Milliken b* Son, 1832. 3 p.l., 
326 pp. 8'. 

0*ConneU (Daniel). Letters to the reformers 
of England, on the reform bill for Ireland, &c. 
London: J. Ridgway, 1832. viii, 71 pp, 8'. 




History^ confd,, 1 832-1834. 

Protestant Colonization Society of Ireland. 
Transactions. . . at a public meeting of subscribers 
. . . 1S32. Dublin, 1832. 8*. 

Report of committee on post office communi- 
cations with Ireland. Evidence and appendix. 
Maps. 1832. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) 

Report of Commons Committee on the state of 
the disturbed counties in Ireland, and on the im- 
mediate causes which have produced the same. 
Evidence, appendix, index. Map of inland navi- 
gation. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) 

Reports (Two) of Commons committee on the 
collection and payment of tithes in Ireland. Evi- 
dence, appendix, index, 1832. (Great Britain. 
Parliamentary Papers.) 

Lords committee on the same subject. 

1832. {ibid.) 

Scriptural education in Ireland. Memorials 
of the dean and chapter of St. Patrick's, Dublin, 
and of the clergy of the diocese of Derry, to His 
Grace th« Archbishop of Dublin, with his Grace's 
replies. To which is added, a paper circulated by 
the commissioners of education. London: B. Fel- 
low, 1832. I p.l., 29 pp. 8'. 

Substance (The) of speeches on the subject of 
Irish education ... at a public meeting held in . . . 
Edinburgh, May 14, 1832. Edinburgh: A. Black, 

1832. 4, 63 pp. 8^ 

Cry (A) to Ireland and the empire [against the 
repeal of the Union, and in favor of a legal pro- 
vision for the poor]. By an Irishman. London : 
J, Hatchard &* Son, 1833. xviii, 224 pp. 12*. 

Cotton (Henry). Cui bono? A letter to... 
E. G. Stanley. Dublin: Millikm <&• Son, 1833. 
2 p.l., 94 pp. 4'. 

Derby (14. ^ar/), Edward George Geoffrey 
Smith Stanley. Speech ... in the debate on the 
disturbances (Ireland) bill in the House of Com- 
mons... February, 1833. London: ^*The Mirror 
of Parliament,'' 1%'^'^. 46 pp. 8*. 

Draft of a petition to the King, against Lord 
Althorp's proposed bill, for Church-reform in Ire- 
land : plainly proving that bill to be in open breach 
of the coronation oath... London: Roake &* Variy, 

1833. 23 pp. 8'. 

[Gunning^ (George).] New police for Ireland. 
Copy of letters to . . . the marquis of Anglesey . . . 
[and the editor of the Cheltenham Chronicle. 
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Macaulay (i. baron), Thomas Babington 
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Speech . . . delivered in the House of Commons on 
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Peel {Sir Robert), bart. Speech ... in the 
House of Commons, on March i, 1833, on the bill 
for suppressing disturbances in Ireland. London: 
y. Murray, 1833. i ?•!•» 5^ pp. 8°. 

Report of Committee on the construction of a 
ship canal from Dublin to Kingstown. With Evi- 
dence, memorials, &c. charts. 2 pts. 1833. (Great 
Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) 

Reports (Four) of commission on ecclesiastical 

revenue and patronage in Ireland. 1833. (Great 

Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) 

I, Archteptacopai and episcopal dignitaries; 2, Collegiate 
and cathedral churches; 3-4, Revenues and patronage of all 
ecclesiastical benefices. 

Serope (G[eorge] Poulett). Plan of a poor-law 
for Ireland, with a review of the arguments for and 
against it. London: J, Ridgway,i^^^, viii,88pp. 8'. 

Senior (Nassau William). A letter to Lord 
Howick, on a legal provision for the Irish poor; 
commutation of tithes, and a provision for the 
Irish Roman catholic clergy. Third edition. With 
a preface, containing suggestions as to the measures 
to be adopted in the present emergency. Londcm: 
J. Murray, 1832. I p.l., xvii, i 1., 5-104 pp. 8*. 

ThoQUfhts on the mixed character of govern- 
ment institutions in Ireland, with particular reference 
to the new system of education. By a Protestant. 
London: B, Fellowes, 1833. 47 pp. 8*. 

Reprinted from the Belfast AViiat Letter of June z8 and 21, 


Angrier in Ireland in the summer of 1833. Ltm- 
don, 1834. 2 V. 12"*. 

AnSTPrer to the speech, delivered in the last ses- 
sion of Parliament by. . .T. S. Rice, M.P., on the 
repeal of the legislative union between Great Britain 
and Ireland, published originally in a series of arti- 
cles in the Dublin Morning Register. Dublin: E, 
Bull, 1834. I p.l., 43 pp. nar. it!*, 

Bieh (Thomas). A plea for Ireland; submitting 
the outline of a proposition for holding the Court 
and Parliament, at occasional intervals, in Dublin; 
in a letter to Lord Althorp. London [1834]. 8*. 

Blacker (William). Prize essay, addressed to 
the agricultural committee of the Royal Dublin 
Society, on the management of landed property in 
Ireland; the consolidation of small farms, employ- 
ment of the poor, etc. Dublin, 1834. 8*. 

Case (A) of clerical oppression, illustrative of 
the internal government of the church in Ireland; 
exhibited in a series of letters between. . .John G. 
Beresford. . .George De La Poer Beresford. . .Mar- 
cus G. Beresford . . . and . . . Thomas A. Lyons. 
London: Jas, Ridgway &* Sons, 1834. 136 pp. 8*. 

Canae (The) of the evils existing in Ireland; 
with a plain and simple remedy. . . By one of the 
people. 16 pp. London: T, R, Drury, 1834. 8*. 

Croly (David O.) An essay, religious and 
political, on ecclesiastical finance, as regards the 
Roman Catholic Church in Ireland . . . Cork: B. 
Drew, 1834. I 1., 94 pp., 1 1. pm. 8**. 

Derby (14. earl), Edward George Geoffrey 
Smith Stanley. Speech respecting the Irish 
Church in the House of Commons, on June 2.. 
1834. London: ''Mirror 0/ Parliament,'* i2i^. V. 

Repr.: Mirror of Parliament. 

Faetfl for the repealers. Originally published 
in the Dublin Evening Post. . . Dublin: IV. Page, 
1834. 24 pp. 8". 

Father Butler; or, Sketches of Irish manners. 
Philadelphia, 1834. 16*. 

IngUm (H. D.) Ireland in 1834. A journey 
throughout Ireland during the spring, summer and 
autumn of 1834. London^ 1834. 3. ed. 2 v. 8"*. 



History^ confd,^ 1 834-1 83 5. 

Ljrtton (i. baron\ Edward George Earle 
Lytton Bulwer.. a letter to a late Cabinet 
minister on the present crisis. London: Saunders 
6* OtUv, 1834. I p.l.. 88 pp. 8'. 

For other editions see the author entry in the index (card) 

Hahony (Peirce). Tithe bill— Ireland. Letters 
from Mr. Mahony to E. J. Littleton on the Irish 
tithe or land-tax bill of 1834. London^ 1834. 8". 

P&pers relating to the state of Ireland. 1834. 
(Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) 

PlaA (A) for the improvement of Ireland by the 
union of English and Irish capital, and the co- 
operation of the people in both countries; with a 
map and appendix, containing extracts from parlia- 
mentary reports and other publications. London: 
y. Ridgway &* Son, 1834. 88 pp., i map. 8*. 

Politieai Christianity. State patronage and 
government support, in national establishments of 
religion, not only ineffective, as a means of propa- 
gating divine truth, but pernicious to the nation, 
and obstructive to the progress of scriptural religion: 
illustrated in the political, ecclesiastical, and edu- 
cational statistics of Ireland. London: HamiUon^ 
Adams &* Co., 1834. v, i 1., 136 pp. 8°. 

Second edition has title: The Irish church, and Ireland 

Reports (Two) of commissioners of ecclesiasti- 
cal inquir}' on the Church of Ireland. 1831-34. 
(Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) 

Scrope (George Poulett Thomson). How is 
Ireland to be governed ? London, iZ^^, 8°. 

Settlement of the tithe question in Ireland. 
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Carlisle (7. ^ar/), George William Frederic 
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delivered in the House of Commons, June 28, 1835. 
London, 1835. 8*. 

Colqnhonn (John Campbell). Ireland; popery 
and priestcraft the cause of her misery and crime. 
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no. 2.) 

Ireland; the policy of reducing the Estab- 
lished Church, and paying the Roman catholic 
priests. Glasgow, 1835-36. 68 pp. 8°. (Tracts on 
popery, no. 6.) 

Dewar (Daniel). The Reformation of the 
Chnrcb of Ireland: a letter addressed to... Lord 
Stanley. Edinburgh: A. 6f* C, Black, 1835. 30 pp. 

Falconer (Thomas). Orange societies. Edited 
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16 pp. 8*. 

Oraham {Sir J. G. R.), barU Speech... on 
Lord John Russell's motion relative to the revenues 
of the Church in Ireland. Mar. 30., 1835. London: 
J. Macrone, 1835. I p.l., 45 pp. 8". 

Irish (The) church; important facts. London, 
X835. 8'. 

Irish (The) church, and Ireland. A second edi- 
tion of Political Christianity. London: J. Ridgway 
and Son, 1835. xxxviii, 136 pp. 8°. 

First edition, entitled Political chrisdanity, issued in 1834. 

Lenio, pseud, Ireland; the source of her 
troobles; the policy required. London, 1835. 8". 

Lorimer (J. G.) Popery in Ireland a persecutor ; 
or, The theology of Peter Dens, illustrated by ex- 
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Mao Donnelf^neas). The Roman Catholic 
oath considered. London: E, Churton, 1835. 42(1) 
pp. 8'. 

Vindication of the House of Lords, &c. . . 

In a series of letters addressed '* to the editor of 
the Times." London: E, Churton \\%'^i'i\. 39 pp. 


['Ghee (Rev, Robert James). A letter to the 
protestants of the United Kingdom, exhibiting the 
real principles of the Roman Catholic bishops and 
priests in Ireland, as contained in their standard of 
theology adopted in 1808, and since used as a guide 
in their private clerical conferences. London: L. 
6f*J, Seeley, 1835. 2 p.l., 39 pp. 8**. 

National property and . . . the prospects of the 
present administration and of their successors... 
London: B. Fellowes, 1835. 132 pp. 3. ed. 8*. 

Proofs of a proposed preface to the fourth 

edition of the pamphlet on national property, to be 
published or not, as may be thought expedient. 
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Paterson (Rev. N.) The dangerous nature of 
popery, ... a speech delivered at the meeting of the 
Glasgow Protestant Association ... Oct. 6, 1835. 
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Peel (Sir Robert), hart. Speech in the House 
of Commons, on Thursday, the 2d of April, 1835 
.. .London: J, Murray. i%^S' 61 pp. 3. ed. 8°. 

Speech. . .on the Church of Ireland bill, de- 
livered in the House of Commons, July 21, 1835. 
London: E. Churton, 1835. 32 pp. 16*. 

Edinburgh: IV. Blackwood 6f* Son, 

1835. 18 pp., I 1. 8°. 

Polioy (The) of endowing the Roman Catholic 
priesthood from the national property, etc., etc. 
By an Irish resident. London: J. Ridgway &* Son, 
1835. 56 pp. 8^ 

Reform (The) Association. The Irish Roman 
church. The Reform Association to the Reformers 
of England, Scotland, and Wales. [London: T, 
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Report of committee on the practicability and 
public advantage of making a navigable inland com- 
munication between Galway and Castlebar through 
the lakes Corrib, Mask, and Carra; between West- 
port and Castlebar through lake Rakiss; between 
Ballina and Castlebar through lakes Conn and 
Cullin. With evidence, map. 1835. (Great 
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Reports (Two) of committee on the advances 
made by the commissioners of public works in Ire- 
land, the regulations which they have made, pur- 
poses to which they have been applied and amount, 
of repayments. Evidence, appendix, index, maps. 
1B35. (Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) 

Reports (Two) of the commissioners on public 
instruction on the state of religious instruction and 
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Miliiken dr* Son, 1835. 88 pp., I Ub.. 2. ed. 8'. 

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pp. 8* 


Appeal (An) to Scottish Christians on the sub- 
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Bain (Donald). Ireland, its wants and capabil- 
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in Ireland, and those changes suggested. London: 
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Barrow^ (J.), Jr. Tour round Ireland, through 
the sea-coast counties. London, 1836. 12**. 

Clerieufl Anglicanus. Letters respecting the 
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Hook (W. F.) The Catholic clergy of Ireland; 
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Inquisition (The) in the jury box; an appeal 
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sessions, Jan. 8, 1836, for an assault on a scripture- 
reader, connected with the missionary settlement in 
the island of Achill. Dublin:/. Robertson [1836]. 
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Ireland and O'Connell. n. t.-p. [London: 
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Irish tithe bill; amendment proposed to Lord 
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Johnstone {Mrs. Christina Jane). True tales 
of the Irish peasantry, as related by themselves. 
Selected . . . from the report of the Poor-Law Com- 
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Justitia* pseud. An expos tulatory letter to 
those members of the upper House of Parliament 
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Lewis {Sir George Comewall). On local dis- 
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question. London: B. Fellowes, 1836. xii, 458 
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M'Ohee {Rev. Robert James). The unanswered 
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the. . .consciences of the Roman Catholics of Ire- 
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Obserrations on the habits of the labouring 
classes in Ireland. Dublin, 1836. 8°. 

O'Flynn (James) Extracts from a pamphlet 

on the present state of the Irish poor. To which 
is added the means of profitable employment for the 
whole population, both of England and Ireland. 
London: F. fVar r, 1S36. 15 pp. 8*. 

Parliamentary talk; or. The objections to the 
late Irish Church bill. Considered in a letter to a 
friend abroad. By a disciple of Selden [i.e., 
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Remarks on the establishment in Ireland of a 
general register of births, marriages, and deaths, in 
a letter to Thomas Drummond. Dublin, 1836. 8". 

Report of the proceedings of the committee 
appointed Jan. 3, 1833, for receiving the subscrip- 
tions for the relief of the distress of the Irish clergy. 
London, 1836. 8*. 

Reports of committee on the state, funds, and 
management of the diocesan, royal, and other 
schools of public foundation. Evidence, appendix, 
and index. 1835-36. (Great Britain. Parliamen- 
tary papers.) 

Reports of commissioners on the state of the 
municipal corporations in Ireland. With appen- 
dixes. 7 pts. 1835-36. (Great Britain. Parlia- 
mentary Papers.) 

Reports (Three) of the commissioners on the 
condition of the poorer classes in Ireland, the vari- 
ous institutions established by law for their relief, 
and the further remedial measures for ameliorating 
the condition of the Irish poor. Evidences, appen- 
dixes, papers by Nassau W. Senior and Sir George 
Cornewall Lewis. 1835-36. 15 pts. (Great Bri- 
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Report of committee on county cess, Ireland. 
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Guards: the uselessness of these regiments in Lon- 
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Stanley (Edward). A few observations on 
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J. Ridgway and Sons, 1 836. iv, 3-38 pp. 4*. 

Voluntaries (The) in Belfast. Report of the 
discussion on Civil establishments of religion; held 
in Belfast. . . 16. and 17. March, 1836, between the 
Rev. John Alexander, Belfast; Rev. Mr. M'llwain, 
Ohio, America; Rev. Hugh M'Intyre, Loan-Ends, 
and the Rev. H. Cooke, D. D., Belfast. Belfast: 
W. M*Comb, 1836. 67 pp. 8% 



History, confd,, 1 83 7-1 839. 

Binns (J. ) The miseries and beauties of Ire- 
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Cooke (H.) Sins of the times; a discourse de- 
livered in... Belfast. .•.Aug., 1837. Belfast: W, 
M'Comb, 1837. 51 pp. 8**. 

IroUtnd. — Municipal Corporation Boundaries^ 
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. . . the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, with reference 
to the boundaries and division into wards of the 
several cities, boroughs and towns corporate . . . 
Reports and plans. \London, 1837. J f**. 

Mibciiasaten (Sir Francis Workman), bart. 
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Murray {Sir James). Four letters, on the re- 
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1837. 8'. 

Mnrrsiy (John Murray). One of the jobs of 
the Commissioners of National Education in Ireland 
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0*M»lley (Thaddeus). A word or two on the 
Irish poor relief bill, and Mr. Nichols' report; or, 
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O'Roorke (D.) A voice from Ireland upon 
matters of present concern. Addressed to legis- 
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Report of Commons committee on the progress 
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Report of Lords committee on the progress and 
operation of the national system of education in 
Ireland. Evidence and appendix. 2 v. 1837. 
(Great Britain. Parliamentary Papers.) 

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Report from H. M. commissioners of inquiry 
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