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CATALOGUE OF BOOKS 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 



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IJ8T OF ABBREVIATIONS EMPLOYED. 



anon. AuoDjuons. 
b. 1. Black letter, 
col. Colored, 
eel. Edition. 



facs. Facsimile. 

fol. Folio. 4°. Quaito. 8". Octavo. 12° 

Bnodeclmo, etc. 
incl. Including. 
1. Leaves. 
n, d. No date. 

a. p. No place of publication, 
numb. Numbered. 



obi. Oblonjt. 

p. Page. 

pLot. Pliotogi'apli. 

pi. Plates. 

p. 1. PreliiuiDary leaves. 

pp. P)^:es. 



t. Tome. 

tab. Tables. 

nnp. Unpaged. 

V. Volume w volumes. 



The books ave deaoribed sia folio, quarto, octavo, duodecimo 
parent aiae of tbe volume, and not according to the printer's < 
tbe fold of tbe alieets. 

In the alphabetical avraugeiuent, tbe prefix Me, M', or Mao, is treated uuiformly aa a 
component part of the word, as if spelled Mae. Thus, McLmi or M'Leod precedes Maclitre. 
In like manuer, the prefixes Jfciit, La, Du, etc., are treated as component parts of the words 
to whiob tbey belong. Thus Neto EnglaHd follows JTmneil instead of preceding it, as it 
would do if the prefix Nev) were treated as a separate word; 

It is one of the aims of the present catalogue to fui'nish with the titles a sufficiently 
full collation of each work. Thus it is made a part of the description to give the number 
of pages, in the case of all works not exceeding two volumes, together with the Dumber 
of maps and plates, if any, and the name of the publisher. The iuforraatiou thus cou- 
veyed will, it is believed, lie found of practical value to readers, aa conveying at a glance 
some idea of the extent of each work, while the addition of publishers' names is useful as 
supplying a guide to the identilication of editions. In the case of books printed without 
date, the actual or approshnate date is usually supplied in brackets. 

Brackets in any part of a title indicate that the words included in them are not found 
in the title, but are inserted. 

The titles of most modetn books are given with approximate fullness, but it is to be 
understood that long titles are uniformly abi'idged, the more significant words of the title 
only being inserted. 

The letter s, affixed to suj title, denotes that the work belongs to the library of tbi; 
Smithsonian Institution, now deposited in the Library of Congress. 



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CATALOGUE. 



A. (F.) Marioa Howard; or trials antl tri- 
umphs, [aiiON.] 637 pp. 12°. PhiladeU 
pMa, F. F. Cumingham, 1872. 

A. (H.G.) ChloeLankton; orjliglitbeyond 
tte olonds. A story of real life, [anon.] 
266 pp. 2 pi. 16°. PkSadelpMa, Atneiican 
». a. union, [1859]. 

A. (Mrs. J.) Jeasie Linden: or the soyeii cor- 
poral works of mercy, [aiwn.] 343 pp. 1 
pi. 18°. ^'eiv 7oi% E. Bumgan, 1847. 

[Dusxqak'b home library, no. 81. 

A. (S. D.) Life Bkel>elies from scottisb. his- 
tory, ov brief biogrnphiefi of tlie seottiah 
Presbyterian worthies, [ono*.] 144 pp. 1 
pi, 18°. Philadelphia, FreabsUrian loard 
ef publication, [18!>5], 

A. (T. B.) The bells ; a collectiou of chimes. 
By T. B. A, [anon.] 144 pp. IS'^. Neiv 
Yoi'ie, J. C. ite%, 1855. 

A (W,) Fewell; a series of essays of opiu- 
ion for chnvohmen. By W. A, [anon.] 
269 pp. 12°. Baltimoi-fi, J. BoUmm, 1846. 

Abailard, Abeilard, or Ab^lard (Pierre}. 
Dialogus iutcr pliilosopham, jndieam ot 
ohriatianum. Huuo primnm ecliclit Frid. 
Henr. Kheinwald. siii, 132 pp. 8°. Bero- 
livi, impend T. C. F. EiisUit, 1831. 
[Bheinwald (F. 1{.) Anecdota od liiatoriftm cc- 
clegiasticain pertinentia. Farliaulal], 

Epitome theologise ohristiauio. xss viii, 

1, 116 pp. 3 1. 8°. BeroUiil, F. A. H&hig, 
1835. 

[Eheinwai.d (F. H.) ADOodota art liistodum ec- 
olesiaaliuam pernaeaClii. Pai'Ucula il] . 

Abbey (Alonzo J.) Sooss of the bible. Sere 
Ogden (W. A.) and Abbey. 

Abbey {Bev. Kichard). The city of God 
and the ehnrch-makera ; an examiuation 
into structural Christianity, and oriticism 
of ohristlau scribes and doctors of the law. 
xs, 315 pp. 12°. A''et« TorJe, Sara * 
Hoaghton, 1872. 
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Abhie {AimtjpaeudoH.) CaiioU Aahtou; or, 
the rewards of truthfulness. ByauutAb- 
bie. ipseadon.] 156 pp. 1 pi, 18^. Phila- 
delphia, American bapt'M piMicaiion sooiely, 
[1855]. 

Abbott (Anne W,) The lost wheelbarrow 
and other stories, 173 pp. 1 pi. 18^. Bos- 
ion, 8. e. SimpUns, 1846, 

Abbott (Sea. John Ste^'ens Cabot). Ameii- 
cau pioneers and patriots. 3 y. 12°. New 
Yorh, Dodd 4- Mead, 1872-73. 



Christian dnty ; or brief practical di- 

reotious for those oommenclng a christian 
life. 44 pp. 33°. ISaaloa, Croeler ^ Bravs- 
ter, 1842. 

The mother at home; or the princi- 
ples of maternal duty familiarly illustrat- 
ed, yiii, 13-164 pp. 12°. Boston, CrocUr 
4- Breinster, 1833, 

The youug astronomer; ov, the facts 

developed by modern astronomy, 144 pp. 
12=', 2fm Torh, Saxkm ^ Mites, 1846. 

Abecedariu pentra scoalete elementare ro- 
mcenesti de legoa gr. n. unitra. Din Un- 
garia 81 Banatii. [onon.] 110 pp. 16°. 
Viena, in e. r. edwUme de aerfi scolaeiiSe, 
1857. 

The same. 112 pp. 16°. Vieita, in c. r. 

edStia-a de cosrti scolaatiee, 1860. 

Abeken (Heinrieh). Babylon and Jerusa~ 
lem : a letter addreased to Ida, countess of 
Hahn-Hahn, From thegerman. [omoti.] 
With, a preface by the translator, xii, 116 
pp. 16°. Loniloa, J. W. Parlter 4' Sou, 
1851. 

JToie.— EnwiBOUslT atliilmtoil in tlie preface lo 
"Dr.Nitsdi, of Berlin.'' 



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ABEKES. 

Abekeii (II ID u ) Am 1. u 1 u 
sbla ore ud eiuinc pit ou NobaL 
theiliiti^eii U1 o colonisat oii lu t b 
derer r oka cbt a f Braa 1 en T 
pp. 1 table 8 Be t 

AbeU (Ms h 0) Gi u 
an ofte \i„ of i ty tul t t1 Engl, 
tit. 408 pp 1 il 1 ^ Tol W. 

Holdelge [1850] 

Abelone (Lon s Dav 1) W Uiam the tac - 
turn Trinslated by J P La ro i Fr m 
the french 359 pp no 2 pi 16 ^mv 
Yorl Aebo f PI lips [187^] 

Abercrombie (Jobn d) lie uiu of 

faitl o the Li monj of ch ist an fa tli 
and chiiact r Fo tIeMElnh h 
ed. 11 pp 18° ^ To J. ra ^ s- 
trand ^' Dwight, 1835. 

Abercrombie (E««, K. M.) The pitiyer- 
boofc and ita story. 243 pp. 1 pi. IfP. 
Mete Foj'fc, A. D. F. BatiMph, 18G4, 

About (Edmond Fi'anfois Valenliu). The 
I'oman question. Translated from the 
french. By mve. Annie T. Wood. Ed- 
ited, with an introdnction, by E. N. 
Kirk, d. d. 1 p. 1. 308 pp. 12^. Boston, J. 
E. Tilton ^ CO. 1859. 

Trente et quaraute. Sans dot. Les 

parents de Bernard. 3 p. 1. 345 pp. 12". 
Paris, L. Haohetle <(- ole. ]8n9. 

Academy (Tho). A reconl of litoi-atini!, 
learning,scienoo,andai't. [Somi-nionthly]. 
Jan. 1 to dee. 15, 1873. v. 3. 4°. Lovdon, 
J. Mitrray, 1872. 

Aoton (Miss Eliza). Modern cooltory iu all 
its branclies. Witb, directions for setting 
oat and ornamenting the table, cawing, 
relative duties of mistress and maid, etc. 
Eevised by mrs. S. J. Hale. 2 p. 1. 21-418 
pp. 12°. PhUadelpkia, J. E. Potter, 1860, 

AotOu (Ben. Henry). A vindication of the 
unitarian doctrine concerning the aole 
deity of the God and fatlior of onr lord 
Jesus Christ. 2 p. 1. 164 pp. 12°. Exelei; 
IN. fl.] T. Beden, 1835. 

Adam (Alexander). Adam's latiusi"auiuiar, 
with some improvements.' By BenjamiL 
A. Qould. viii, 284 pp. 12". Iloaloii, Ciim- 
lainga. Billiard ^ eo. 1835. 

Thosame. With add! tioQs. ByD.ivid 

Pattei-son. viii, 232 pp. 12". mvn-Yorli, 
DayeMnek, Collins ^ co. 1837. 

■ The same. With numerous additions 

iiiid ini pro vein (lilts. By C. D.Cleveland. 



ADAMS, 

Adam (Alusaudur)— -eoiLtiuuud. 
*10pp. 12=. Philadi'lphia, W. MunhM .S- 
00. 183C. 

Tho same. A grammar of tho Uitiu 

language, on tho basis of tho grammar of 
dr. A. Adam, of Edinbui^h. By C. D. 
Cleveland. 3d ed. 320 pp. 12". PMla- 
dclpMa, Thoiitas, CmnperflavaU ^ no. 1845. 

The same. Latin grammar, with some 

improvements, by B. A. Gould. 300 pp. 
12°. FhUadelpMa, E. S. Butler, 1866. 

The some. An abridgment of Adam's 

latin grammar. [By W. W.] New ed. 
xii, iri8 pp. 16". Camlridge, [Jfnss,] 
Broxon, SMUuck ^ co. 1832. 

Adanman (Saint, dlh aVbot of Hg). Vita 
sanctiCohimbae: auctore Adamnano mo- 
uastcrii hionsis abbate. 4p.l.lxx:{,4D7pp. 
3 maps, 7 pi. 4". DiiblhiU, ti/pis academieis, 
1857. s. 

IBASBATSSii ulu1i piibliiailioUB. no. IDS]. 

Adams (Jl/ias Abigail). Journal and corre- 
spondence. Sise Sinitli (Mrs. William 
Stephens). 

Adams (Alexander). Dr. A. Adams's rudi- 
ments of latin and englisli grammar, with 
numerous expansions and additions. By 
TtmusD Johnson Improvements on the 
3il Nov, York from the last engltsh ed. 
J52 PI l'>^ Jh ladelphla, Key <(■ melif, 
18-11 

Adams (Ch iilts I d ) Evangelism in the 
middle ot the uinetLenth oeutnvy ; or, an 
exhibit descriptive aud statistical, of the 
present condition of evangelical religion 
in aU countries of the world, jc, 17-316 
pp 13° So3ton C if Fw-ce, 1851. 

Hotea of the minister of Christ for the 

times drawn from the holy scriptures. 
246 pp U Ne e Torh, Lane 4- Soolt, 
1850 

Poitmtuie ot the now testament 

churcli-membors. 3l>8 pp. 12". Neiv- 
Ywk, Lane S,- Scotl, 1851. 

Adams (Charles ITranois, jr. and Henry). 
Chapters of Erie, and other essays. 2 p. 1. 
423 pp. 12". Boston, J. E. Osgo^ ^ eo. 
1871. 

Adams (Daniel, m. d.) Adams's new arith- 
metic. Arithmetic in which the principles 
of operating by numbers are analytically 
explained, and synthetically applied. 264 
pp. 12°. Eeene, JT. S., J. Pi-eniiss, 1827. 

The same. Beviseded. 306 pp. 12°. 

Eeene, :^'. S., J. W. Pre\iiiss <(■ co. 1846. 



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Adams (Diiiiiol, m. (i.)— coiitimieil. 

■ ^Thesame. 261pp. 13°. Keem, K. N., 

J. W. Freatiss 4- CO. 1854. 

Key to Adams's new avitliiiietic. Ee- 

ylsed ed. 88 pp. 12°. Ifeewe, X. JI., J. 
W. Pj'entUs 4- CO. 184a 

—. Theagrionltnralre.'Klei'. 364 pp. Vi'--. 

Boston, Bkliar^on 4" Lord, 1824. 

Tbo BcUolar's aritliinetlo ; or, federal 

atoountant. lOtli <k1. revised, ■with addi- 
tions. 21fi pp. 8°. Keeai-., K H., .7. Pren- 
Hbb, 1810. 

Adams (Ret. Emma). Woman's rifvlits ; or, 
the great mystery explained by the bihlo, 
socially, religionsly and politically. 188 
pp. 8°. Davenport, Iowa, Gazette job office, 

Adams (Frederick Angastus). Arithtnotie, 
ia two parts. Part first, advaneed leHSOiie 
in mental arithmetie. Fart aeeond, rales 
and examples for practice in written arith- 
metio. 219 pp. 13°. Lowell, D. JlUhy, 
1946. 

The same. 11th tlioiiaaud. 293 pp. 

12°. Lowell, D. Blxby 4 «>. 1848. 

Kej to osaniploB for prnotiee in writ- 
ten arithmetic. For the use of toaoliei-s. 
37 pp. ia°. Lowell, D. Bixby, 1847. 

Adama (George II.) Aaher & Adains' now 
atlas and gazetteer of tlie United States, 
etc. See Aaher (John R.) and Adams- 
Adams (John Qaincy). Twelife messages 
from the spirit of J. Q. Adams, 1859. See 
Stiles (Joseph D.) 

Adams (Joseph H.) Catalogo ilustrado de 
ferret^riaa]nenoana,IicrramiiSntaa, maqni- 
naria en general, instrumentoa agricolas y 
otroa arttonlos. Ed. revisada. 3 p. 1, iv, 
304 pp. 8°. Niieva Foi*. M. M. Zawa- 
wmSi, [1871]. 

Adams (J/ra. J. S.) The bouqnet of spi- 
ritnal flowers, 185G. See Child (A. B.) 

Adams (J. T.) The lost hnnter. A tale of 
early times. \aaon,'\ 402 pp. 12". Hen- 
Yoi% Derby ^- Jackson, 1856. 

Adams (Nehemlali, d. d.) Agues and tlio 
key of lier little cofSn. By her father. 
[nno».] 191pp. 12°. Boston, S. K. WMj)- 
pU ^ 00. 1857. 

[Imperftot; wonting pp. 111-108, aig. B iKuig re- 
peated]. 

- — — The same Agnes and the little key : 
01, beiea\ed parents inBtmctcd and com- 
loitcd By hei tathei lanon.2 8tli eel. 
T^I p]i le B,«fow, 1 iluor .(■ Firm, 



ADAM.?, 

Adams (Nekemiah, d. iJ.)—Gon tinned. 

Dertha and her baptism. By the an- 
ther of Agnes and the little key. [an«n.] 
297pp. 19^ Beatou.S. K.Wkipplc4-co.lSS7. 

Thesame. Reyiseded. 297pp. 16=. 

JSoston, Tiel-Hor 4- Melds, 1863. 

■■ - - Catkaiiue. By tko antkor of "Agnes 

and the little key," [onoit.] 192 pp. 13°. 
BosfoM, J. E. Tillon, 1859. 

The same. Revised od. 192 pp. 16". 

Boston, 3fct«oi> 4 Fields, 186:1. 

Adams (William, d. d.) Tiio elements of 
christian scienoe. A treatise upon moral 
philosophy and practice. 379 pp. 8". PMl' 
aiMpllia, E. Hookey, ISiO. 

Adama (William Taylor). All aboard; or, 
life on the lake. A sequel to " The boat- 
clab." By Oliver Optic. QpsewdoJi.] 352 
pp. 16°. Boston, BroKn,Basiii 4- eo.lS^Q. 
[Iloat-olnb sci-ies, v, a]. 

Cross and oreseont; or. Young 

America in Tnrkoy and Greece. A story 
of travel and adventure. Eugd. tit. 347 
pp.3pk 1C°. Boston, Lee4Skepard,\81X 
[Yonng AmBdott abiijac!, 2d aeiies]. 

In doors and out ; or, views from the 

cliimney corner. By Oliver Optic, \jisen- 
don.'] Engd. tit. 330 pp. 5 pi. 13°. Bos- 
ton, Brown, Baiin 4- co. 1855. 

— -— In school and out; or, the conquest of 
Richard Grant. By Oliver Optic. Ipseii- 
don.] 286 pp. 2 pi. 16°. Boston, Lee 4 
Shepard, 1864. 

Little Bobtail ; or, the wreck of the 

Penobscot. By Olivet Optic. [ysetidoB.] 
Engd. tit. 333 pp. 13 pi. 16°. Boston, I^ 
4 SItepai-il, 1373. 
(lUe joolit-olnb series]. 

Little by little; or, the cruise of the 

Flyaway. By Oliver Optic. Qpseudoii.] 
280 pp. 3 pi. 16°. Cii)c!iinaU,Eielceg,Mal- 
Torg 4 eo. 1861. 

Now or never; or, tke adventures of 

Bobby Bright. By Oliver Optic, [psea- 
*Hi.] 1 ill. title, 263 pp. 1 pi. 16°. Bos- 
ton, Brown, BaMn 4 co. 1857. 

Palaee and cottage; or, Yonug Amer- 
ica in France and Switzerland. By Oliver 
Optic, fjjscudo)*.] EDgd. tit. 348 pp. 3 pi. 
16°, Boatmi, Lee 4 Shepard, 1869. 
I Young Aiaerlca abroad aerlas, y. 5]. 

■■ ■ — Poor and proud ; or, fke fortunes of 
Katy RedltiiTD. A story for young folks. 
Engd. tit 374 pp. 1 pi. 13°, TJosMw, Phil- 
lips, Sampson 4 00. lA'i!). 



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ADAMS. 

Adams (Williaiu Taylor)— cou tin aed. 
Eicli and humble ; or, the misaion cif 

Bertlia Grant. A story for young people. 

By Oliver Optic, [psfiwdora.] Engil. tit. 

a96 pp. 3 pi. lfi°. Boston, Lee. i|' Shppard, 

1864. 

[Wowlviile etfflioB, t. 1]. 
The sMlor-lioy; or, Jack Soiners in 

the navy. By Oliver Optic. [j(eeii*)M.] 

Engtl. tit. 336 pp. 2 pi. W. llosim, Lee 

4- Sheparil, 1865. 

Sea and shore; or, the tramps of a 

traveller. By Olivet Optic, [paeu^M.] 
Eugd. tit. 3D0 pp. 13 pi. 16°. A'ostoif, Lee 
4- Slu^t^'d, 1873. 

[The upward and onwnril eei'ios, v. 6] . 

The soldier l>oy; or, Tom Soiners in 

the army. By Oliver Optic, [pututon.} 
333 pp. i pi. 12°. JJostoit, Lm ^ Shep- 
ard, 1864. 
[The BTmj anil navy atovloa]. 

A spelling-hoofe for advaueeil classes, 

86 pp. 1S=. Boston, Sre^ver^- 21ies(on, 1863. 

Watch and wait ; or, the young fhgi- 

tives By Oliver Optic Zpgeud&n.] 976 
pp. lb Boston, Lee ^ Shcpaid, ISGi. 

Adams (— ) Woman Sketches of the 
history, geuiQ>", disposition, accomplish- 
ments, employments, customs and import- 
auee of the f vir sex in all pirta of the 
world Tr a Iriend to the sex. [OJIOJI.] 
viii, 400 pp 12 L'HiloH G Kem-shii, 
1790. 

The same lutcrapeisod ivith anec- 
dotes. By a Hiend to the sex. [ajioii.] 
'296 pp IS*" Boatun, J Bmiitead, 1807. 

Addloks(3fi8 BubaraOSuUi\an), Pocket 
manui,l, tioating of the science of the 
freneh language, under the he^s of, lat, 
orthography, 2d, etymology, .'d, syntax. 
First number Ot oithography. sxxii, 
103 pp 18^ Fliila^clphia, 1S44. 

Addison (Joseph) Ihe evidences of the 
christian leligion, with additional 
courses Collected trom the -writings of 
Addison tl2 pp 12" (neivfiM, [Mo 
J. Beim, 1812 

The happmi^s ol the souh m heaven, 

tj« EBLLiBMiMO (Roliert)) The ■ __ .... 

bleaaed, 8°. London, E. OurU, ITiS. pp. 1-iil . 

Adriani (Giovamhattiatn). Istoria de' suoi 
tempi, [1536-1573], 8 v. 8°. rralo,fra- 
telU GiaohetU, 1823-23. 
JTote.— Gomba Hays nt this oiUlli 



^■KSOPUS, 

Adventures (The) of Harry Franco, a tale 
of the great panic, [atioji.] 2 v. 2 p. 1. 
271 pp; 2 p. 1.254 pp. 12°. New York, 
F. Smmdeit, 1839. 

Adventures (The) of Willson Avery, By 
tlie author of " The blaek velvet bracelet." 
[ajioji.] 334 pp. lfi°. Bomn, B. H. Grcem. 
1833. 

Advice from a lady of q^u.tUty, to her chil- 
dren ; in the last sti^e of a lingering ill- 
ness. Translated from the frenoh, by 8. 
GlasBB, d. d. [etc. OBOit.] 4th ed. 1 p. 1. 
xv,245pp. 16°. QloemteyjlEiig.lE.Itaikes, 
for EMnglon, etc. 1786. 

Advice to Jttlift. AletteriurLymo. [aum.} 
2 p. 1. 236 pp. 16°. London, J. Murray, 
1820. 

Advice to a yoang brother, ou practical Bub- 
.jects. By a missionary, [anoii.] 115 pp. 
I pi. 16". New-York, l^yloi- .j- Gould, 
1835. 

Advice to a yoaiig christian, 1830. See 
■Waterbuiy (.Tared B.) 

Advice to a young gentleman, on entering 
society. By the author of the " Laws of 
etiqnette." [anoit.] 1 p. 1. 39.1 pp. 16°, 
PkitampMa, Lea 4- Blanelim-d, 1839, 

Advice to young mothers on the physical 
Bdueation of children, Byagvandmothor. 
[anon.] 1st amnrican ed. ^th additions. 
355 pp. 13°. BokIoh, ITiUim-il, Gray 4- co. 
1833. 

^schiiiea. Tl:e orationof jEachines against 
Ctesiphou. [330 B. C] With notes. By 
J. T. Champlln. sii, 182 pp. 12°. Cam- 
bridge, [Mass.] J. BartleU, 1850. 

.Sschylus. . The Agamemnon of jEachy- 
lus, -with notes. ByC. C. Felton. x, 199 
pp. 13°. Boaion, J. Mnnroe ^ eo. 1847. 

The Promethens of iEschylus, with 

notes. By Theodore D. Woolsey. New 
ed. X, 103 pp. 13"^. Boston, J. Miinroe 4' 
eo. 1850. 

The Prometheus and Agamemnon. 

Translated into eugliah verse, by Henry 
Willi.am Herbert. xU, 156 pp. 12^. Gaia^ 
bl-idge, IMass.'i J. Bai-tleU, 1849. 

Septem contra Thebas, a tragedy. 

[Gr.] Edited, with engliah notes, by Au- 
gnstus Sacbtleben. x, 156 pp. 13°. Bos- 
ton, J.Mimroe 4 co. 1853, 

JQaoptis. One hundred of JEsop's fables, in 
freuch; preceded by a description of fifty 
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Alabama (The) case. Articles and lottoin 
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Alcott (Louisa M.) Aunt Jo's scrap-bag. 
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A vfoxA to teaohorsL or, two days in 

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108 pp. 18°. Bonton, Moan. e. s. society, 

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The cardinal flower, aud other tales. 

108 pp. 18°. Boston, B. I'm-Una # co. 

1845. 
The departed sister, aod other tales. 

178 pp. s<i. 18°. Nm York, Gates ^ Sted- 

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232 pp. 16°. A'ew Turk, Hudson .f' PhilUps, 

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The light-Leavted girl ; a tiile I'oroliil- 

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eo. 1845. 
The lost laiuh, aud other tales, lt'8 

pp. 18°. Boston, B. Pei-klm ^- co. 1846. 
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5 pL aq. 18°. KoK York, Gales ^ Stedaiau, 

1848. 
Alden (Miriam). Bashio's service: or 

Where's a will, there 's a way. lill. title, 

234 pp. 3 pi. 16°. Boston, Warreu, Bi-oilgh- 

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Mw Yorli, J. Samn J- co. 1873. 
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Alexander (Archihald, d. d.) Thonghls on 

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The same. 3d ed. SiW pp. portrait. 

la°. Fhiladelphia, Fresbijtei'ian brntrd of 

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PHlaSelpTiia, Preshntcrian hoard of piibUea- 

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Alexander (James Waddell, d. d.) Couso- 

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Disconrses oa commou topics of chris- 
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York, C. Scribim; 18o8, 



ALGER, 

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Tlio life of Archibald Alexander, d. d. 

'Ad thousand, xi, 700 pp. portrait, 8". 

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Franit's campaign o hit ho^s 

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Alice Clifford, and Iior day-dreama. [aiion.] 
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Alida ; or, miBcollaneoua skutches of occni'- 

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{ft(W, 1841. 
Alison (Bee. Aruliibald), EiitiayN uu tliu 

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Sermons, cliielly on particular occa^ 

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A'oK.— Y. 1, eth ea ; T. a. sa ed. 
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13°. Georgetown, Col, W. A. Bind ^ 

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Alloott (William W,> Allcott's produce 
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ALLGEMEINE. 

Allebaoli (J. C) and Hunsbergiei' (I. K.) 
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160 pp. SCI, lli°- rhiladelpliia, S. C. Col- 
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The temple harp: being a very choice 

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Alleine (Joseph). Earail dhura«hdaoh do 
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Allen (Chester G.) The coronation, ISTiJ. 
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I (George James, m. iL) A mo 

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bydroids. Conclusion of part 1, aad pai't 
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Allston (Emma F.) The jewel; a Lolidiiy 
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analysis of those parfa of that book irbicli 
relate to tlie general state of the oliristian 
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Almlndellge (Den) danske landmaudsfor- 
samhDg. Deu ellevto danske landmands- 
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AMATEUKS. 

Almon (John)— continued, 
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[IVilfttUeprecoaiiigl. 

AIpeiB (W.) The Beethoven collection of 
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Alvarez ( Franc [sco, oJ^pJaiii to Manuel, king 
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plied In me. lu mdc gotbio type, 4a Unas 'on a 
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Alvaress (Raphael) and Orediaga (Isidor 
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Alvergnat (Vlctoi). The modern class book 
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Amaranth (The), a literary and religious 
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Amaranth (The); or tokea of remembrance, 
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Amateur pMishing eo. 1373- 
Ambrose (Rev. Isaac). War witli doTile. 

229 pp. 13°. Smeiek, W. Fhoreon, 17ff7. 
American agricultuml annual. A farmers' 

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agricultural theory and practice, and a 

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[v. 5]. 16°. NmToTTt.O.Juda^-BB.lSri. 

American (The)agrieuUHriat. Forthefarm, 
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klassen, welohe in der bodencnltur bethei- 
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American aunals of the deaf and dumb. 
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Washington, Convention am. instructors deaf 
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American (The) bee journal. [Moutbiy]. 
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Ameriean (The) hibliopolist. [Monthly]. 
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American (The) bookseller's gaide. Month- 
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Ym-h, American nmvB comjiany, 1873. 

American colonization society. See Afri- 
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American (The) commonplace book of 
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American eclectic medical review. [Month- 
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American (The) educational monthly. A 
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American (The) exchange and review. A 
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AMERICAN. 

American (The) exchange, etc.— oontinncd, 
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Am.erican (The) gift-book; or military 

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Ameriean (The) grainers' hand-boot, 1372. 
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American (The) historical record, and re- 
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tlie Liatoiy aud antitiuities of Ainecioa and 
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American hortieultuial annual. A year- 
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American lastitiiteof homoeopathy. Trans- 
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The same. Transactions of the twen- 
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Galioue (D. p.) SMoeof the dangers of teachers. 

Greens (S. S.) On methoda of teaching to rend. 

1844. 
GuuJYiEK (J. p.) The sohool tlte ally of Uie pnl- 

pit. 1859. 
Halb (J.) On solxool diacipline. 1844. 
Haweb (J.) Address on the formation and eicel- 

leace of the l^male character. 1845. 

Dignity of the teacher's office. 1815. 

Htllabd (0. &.) On the connection lietwcen ge- 

jAHTis (B.) On the necessity of tlie study of 
physiology. 1345. 

Jbhnbb (Bo On the importance of enrly train- 
ing, issn. 

Johnson (A.. N.) On Tocal music in common 

Bclioola. 1S45, 
McXebn (J.) The Bchooi-ayatem of tlio state of 

New Torli. lf!5iJ. 
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KoBmEND {C.) On some of the obalaoles to tha 

greater sacoees of oooinion neboolx. 1844, 
Ouusran (D.) On the bea« Ideal of tie perfect 

teaohm'. 1@45. 
Pabehubbt (J. L.) On tlie means whioli may be 

employed to stimulate tJie atadout nlthont the 

aid of emalBtion. 1^1. 
7Hn:BBiCE (J. S.) Chacacteristios of the true 

teacher. 1850. 
PHii.iJf3 (S. C.) On the usefulness of lyceums. 

Putnam (B. W.) Drawing aa a liranoh of cduoa. 

tlbn. IBSe. 
Quint [A. H.) Province of legislation in regard to 

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Smith (A,) Christian cultnre in public 

SiowE (0. E ) The religious element li 

Town ^0 On countyteaohers' Institute! 
ValbntibB (T. W.) Woi'ds fitly spoken. 
Waixbb (A.) PoliUcal economy aa a al 

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Walkeb (J.) Introductory Iflctnre- 133 
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ETHEHKLL (L.) ihslibera! cdncationof womfln. 

Wheeleb (0. H.} !Esacntial elements in ameri- 

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WHrTAKBB (W. J.) DrawingasamoanBofednca- 

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YouMANS(E.L ) ThemnBq.nerade of tlie elements. 

The papers read, before the American 

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Amerioan (TIio) journal of tlie medical 
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AMEKICAN. 

American (The) journal of science and aits. 
[Mo]itMy]. Editors, James D. Dana and 
B. Sillimau [and others]. Jan. to dec, 
lera 3d series, v. 3-4 ; [complete series, 
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American (The) journal of syphilograpby 
and dermatology. Devoted to the consid- 
eration and treatment of venereal and skin 
diseases. Edited by M, H. Henry, m. A. 
Quarterly. Jan. to oct. 1872. v. 3. 8°. 
New Torh, F. W. Chrisiern, 1872. 

Amerioan literary gazette and publishers' 
circular. [Senii-montLIy]. Nov. 1, 1871, 
tojan. 15, 1873. 870 series, v. 18, PUl- 
aMphia, G. W. Chm», [1871-79]. 
jYo(fl,— Discontinued and united with the PUE- 
LiEHEBS' and Btatlanera' -weekly trade olreular. 

American (The) medical almanac, for 1848: 
containing statistics of the ^arions medi- 
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of the United States. 18°. PkUa^elpMa, 
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American (The) monthly magazine. New 
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4- CO. 183G. 

Amerioan (Tht) musicdl directory, 1861. 
[niton.] 200 pp. 18°. NcwYorl,J. Hatch- 
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American (The) naturalist, an illustrated 
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American normal school and National teach- 
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of proceedings, at Cleveland, Ohio, 1870. 
272 pp. 8°. WaMngton, J. R. Soliaes, 
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American philosophical society. Proceed- 
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4°. PUladelphia, iocUty, 1869-71. 

Amerioan (The)practical cookery-book; or, 
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Amerioan (The) primary class-book; or, 
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American (The) pablishcr. [Monthly]. 
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American (Tlie) puliliBliev— eoutiimecl. 

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Jfofe.— Name ohansea to the Aueeican toontlily. 

American railroad journal. Stemn naviga- 
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dec. 28,1872. t. 45; 2d quarto series, v. 
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American ship masters' association. Rec- 
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from aurveya made and compiled, to pro- 
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Ameiican (The) sunday-sohool bymu-liook. 
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American syatem of education. See Chap- 
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American, underwriter's manual and insur- 
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AmerikaniBche (DerJ pferdearat, enthal- 
tend eine anweisnng zur erziehung und 
haltnngderpferde. Aus den besten ameri- 
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AmeB(ilfra.MaryClemraer). A memorial of 
Alioe and Phtcbe Gary, with sotno of their 
later poems, sii, 351 pp. 2 portraits. 12°. 
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Amhnrst (Nicholas). Tcrrie-filius : or, the 
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Amory (Lizzie). Little Paul and other 
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Amory (Robert, iii.ii.) The phyaiological 
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Amsterdam. KoidnleUjIc eoologisch genooi- 
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Amsterdam — coutiu aed , 
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Socidt4 pour Veiicoiiraffement des fab- 

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KltATZOKSTKIN {K.} Des gYedUnbur^soueiL Brt»- 
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MtiLLBB (J. C.) Grand der felsol- ' '- 



hilndiireti brlefibu nj 

■""■■"1B(J. C.) f^ — 

BCliatE-ka 



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Meiier, ITOI. 
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welt, [ete. jty.] IToa 

Anacreou. He^ 



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Select odes of Auacreon, with critical 

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TJio same. 3ded. With correctiona 

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AndaolitBbucIt eh elireu nnaetei' lielien 
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Anderson (ChriBtopbei'). The aanala of 
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Anderson (Elbert). The sky-light aud the 
dark-room ; a oompleto text-book on por- 
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sm. i". Philadelphia, ISenerman 4- WiUon, 
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Anderson (James, d. d.) The new book of 
constitutions of the most ancient aud hon- 
ourable fraternity of free and accepted 
masons, oontalaing their history, charges, 
regulations, etc. Published by the order. 
Collected from the Book of couBtitutiona 
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Anderson (John J ) A practical system of 
modern geography, for exercises ou maps. 
106pp. 18°. 2fm TtnTc, J t, Be^^eld,\^\. 

Anderson (iiet Robert, cmate of Titnitij, 
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Anderson (EeK Enfus) Memoir of Cath- 
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Cherokee nation 138, 4 pp 16= Phila- 
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masco, 1612. 

Andreyvs (Ecu. Elisha). A vindication of 
the diatinguiahing sentiments of the bap- 
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Andrews {Bev. Emerson). Living life ; or, 
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33G pp. 2 pi, 12°. Boston, J. S. Earle, 
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^The same, 40th ed. 265 pp. 16°, 

Boston, Crocko" 4" Brewstei; 1864. 

Latin esereisee ; adapted to Andrews 

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336 pp. 12°. Boston, Crocker * lirmeter, 
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The same. A key to Latin osevcises. 

Ill pp. 12°. Boston, Crocker ^ Breicsier, 
1838. 

The latin reader. See Jacobs (Fran^ 

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Amanual of latin grammar ; intended 

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Boston, Crocker ^ Sremsier, 1850. 

aud Stoddard (Solomon). A gram- 
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Bcboola and colleges, sii, 323 pp. 13°. 
Boston, Croaker ^ Bremster, 1836. 

The same. The 18th ed. revised and 

connected, by E. A. Andrews, xii, 323 pp. 
12°. Boston, Crocker f Brewster, 1849. 

The same. 65th ed. 410 pp. 12°. 

Boston, Crocker if' Bremster, 1857. 

Andrews {Rev. H. P.) The arbor ; or, 
sequel to voices from tlie old elm. 238 pp. 
18°. mv! York, Carlton ^ Porter, [1859]. 

The common school exhibition ; con- 
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165 pp. 16°. Boston, Eitx ^- Hohbs, 1849. 

Andrews (Stephen Peai!) and Batohelor 
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Greek reading hook, for the use of 

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Atkln (Franeis F.) Atkin's pocket oompaas 
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Atkinson (Mary Ellen). Tlie arohiteot o( 
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Atlantic (The) almanac, 137 J. 8°. Bosi 
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Aunt Biith, 01" persecuted not forsaken. By 
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Atueliua Aatonlnus (Marcus). See Anto- 
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hetriebimjalirel869. 4°. Wim, K. k. Jtof- 
vnd staatsdniBkerei, 1873. s. 

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ffoie—Tbe teit nf The onentnl bibla; by 
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New illustrated devotional 

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MiMlelotvn, Conn., fliinf ^ co. 1840. 

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The same. A literal 

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gospels, epistles, and other pieces now 
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E Wilft Aw The boftt of cliernbical reason, IfiOO], 
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13°. P)iilitddpUa, Carey, Lea <?■ Blmdtai-d, 
1834. 
Tbe bawks of Hawk-Hollow. A tra- 
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256 pp. 12°. PUladelpUa, Carey, Lea 4- 
Blanohard, 1835. 

The infidel ; or the fall of Mexico. A 

romance. By the author of "Calavar." 
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13-228 pp. 12°. Philadelphia, Carey, Lett 4- 
Blanckard, 1835. 

Nick of the woods, or tbe Jibben^no- 

say. A tale of Kentucky. By the author 
of "Calavar," [do. onon.] v. 2. vi, 13-240 
pp ; 246 pp. 12°. FhUadeJpliia, Carey, Lea 
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Sheppard Lee. Written by himself. 

[anon.'] 2 v. viii, 5-273 pp; viii, 3-277 
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1836. 
Birkbolz (Adam Michael}. Der compass 
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innern verfassung der iLohten und recbten 
freymiiurerey bescbrieben ; berauagegeben 
mit anmerkungen, einer vorrede, in wol- 
cber die geschichte dieses erlaacbten or- 
dens Torgetragen, nnd die irrthiimer 
einiget ausgearteter franaiisiscbec frey- 
maurer-logen entdekt werden, von Ketmia 
Vere. [pseadoa.'] 2te vermebrte ausg. von 
AdaMah Booe. 8 p. 1. 430 pp. 1 pi. 16°. 
Bei-lin, F. Maarer, 1783. 
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inal aod rise of truth, »ud the original and 
rise of anticliriat. Sbewiug tlint the 
principles and pmctioes of the people 
called qnakers, in this day, and their suf- 
ferings, are the same as were the principles 
and practices of Christ and his apostles. 
1 p. L 236 pp. fol. ZoJidon, 166S. 
Biamark wBismarck-Sclionliauseii (Carl 
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BismaTck-Schonbanseu. Erste samialang. 
Eeden aus den jahren 1862-66. 2te ver- 
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The same. Dritte sammlung. [Land- 
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140 pp. 8". Fiaeema, i Oi'cesi, 1805. 
Bivero (Pedro de). Saorvm sanotvariym 
cryclB et patientiaa crvcifixorvm et oryel- 
ferorvm, emblematlcis imaglnibvs labor- 
autivm et segrotantivm ornatym: aiti- 
flees gloriosi uovx artis bene vivendi et 
moriendi seoTndvm rationem 
cirtini. Engd. tit. 10 p. 1. 678 pp. 10 I. 70 
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niaita B. Moi-eti, 1634. 
Blaauw or Blaeu (Jan). Nieaw 
derd en verbeterd groot stedehoelr 
Piemont en van Savoye, of naauwkenrige 
heschryving van derzelver steden, palt ' 
zen, kerken en Tooruaamste gebouwe 
Allefi rolgens plans en naarde de origi- 
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Nole.—Tbie -work appasred fn latin {Tbeafrum 
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and was traualated int« iteodi liy Jocaues £er- 
uatd. The plates to tlia work wece doetroyed 
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Blaauvr or Blaeu (Wilhelm). Institvtion 
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spheres celestes et terrestres, comprise 
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Ptolem^e, qui Yeut que la terre soit immo- 
bile; I'atitre, eelon Fintention de H. Co- 
pernicus, tul tient quo la terro est mobile, 



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Blaauw or Blaeu (W.) — continued. 
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KUmeny. 3 v. 16°. London, S. Loiv, 

son f Marston, 1870. 
Blackbeard. A page from the colonial 
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Ni^—i. bietorj' of the prutestant misaious eiii 
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The holy child, or the early years of 

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Blackmore {Sir Biohard, m. d.) A treatise 
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three discourses on the nature and cure of 
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Never before published, xxxv, 984 pp, 
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Blackmore (K, D,) The maid of Sker. A 
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BIACKWOOD. 

Blaokivood's Ediaburgh magazine, 1834- 
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The same. Jan. to tloc. 1872. v. 111- 

112. fP. Edialivrgh, W. BlaeMoooil 4- aona, 
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Blake {Mrs. Caroline L.) Alice Koaedale, 
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186 pp, 3 pi. Philadelphia, Presbytmian 
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Franlc Eaton, or the joy of believing 

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Blake (^Bev. James), Sis sermona on divers 
subjects, preaelied at Weymouth, vi, 163, 
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Blake(Seii. Jamea Vila) and H. (A. F.) " The 
morning atars sang together." A hoot of 
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home circle. [By J. V. B. and A. P. H. 
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«n« ^- CO. 1869. 

Blabe (John L. d. d.y Every day aeripture 
readings; with brief reviews and practical 
oljservationa. 463 pp. 12°. lfeiii-Y07'h 
G. P. PtttMam ^ BO. 1853. 

The high school readier, tleaigned for 

a first clues book. ConsistiDg of extracts 
in prose and poetry. 408 pp. 13°. Boston, 
W. Syde 4- 00. 1832. 

The second reader, or juvenile com- 
panion. 260 pp. 16°. Boston, Bunsell, 
Oilioi-ne .f to. 1833. 

Tlie yonng orator ; ccnsistiug of 

prose, poetry, and dialogues for declama- 
tion in schools ; selected from the best 
authors. 253 pp. 16°. Boston, Lilly, 1333. 

Blaiicbois (William). A digest of the laws 
of the order of tnights of Pythias, 1872. 
See Knights of Pythias. 

Blanchard (Calviti). The religion of sci- 
ence ; or the art o£ actaalizing liberty, 
and of perfecting and satisfactorily pro- 
longing happiness ; being a practical 
answer to the great question, " If you take 
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A'eiH Yoi% C. Blanchoi-d, 1860. 

Blaiichard (Orlando). Theoretical and 
practical arithmetic. With a supplement. 
High school ed. 348 pp. 12°. Cazenoua, 
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Blanohard (Bbb. W. 8.) The pilgrims. A 
poem. 293 pp. 12°. Chioago, 
empire pitUUUiig Itoiise, 1872. 



BLOOD. 

Blank boot (The) of a small colleger. 
[anon.'i 3 p. 1. 143 pp. 12°, London, T. 
Boys, 1834. 

Blatter fiir gefltlgelznoht. Central-organ 
siimmtlicher deutschon gefliigelailchter- 
vereine. Eedigirtvon Jnlins Brann. Hos. 
13-94. l.j nil to 16. dec. 1872. 4°. IDrea- 
den, C. G. Meinhold 4 soMe, 18T2]. s. 

Blane (Die) flagge, 1870. .See Blue {Tlw.) 

Blaufns (Jacob Wilhelni). Vermischte bey- 
triige Eur erweiterung der kentoiss selte- 
ner uud mertwUrdiger biicher. 14 p. 1.387 
pp. 12°. Jena, J. A. MeleMot'S eel, iBtttae, 
1753. 

Blaze CPrau(oi3 Henri Joseph, dit Castil). 
La pie voleuse, opera, en trois actes, snr la 
musiqne de Rcaaini. The magpie and the 
maid, an opera, iu three acts. Translated 
Uterally. By G. B. C. 181 pp. 18°. Bal- 
timore, E. J. Coale, 1831. 

Bleeker (Sylvester). Gen. Tom Thumb's 
threo years tonr aronnd the world, accom- 
panied by his wife — Lavinia Warren Strat- 
ton, commodore Nntt, miaa Minnie War- 
ren, and party. 144 pp. 1 pi. 12°. New 
Torfc, S. Booth, [18r-i]. 

Blind Annie Lorimer. By the author of 
" George Miller and his mother." [«noit.] 
300 pp. 3 pi. 18°. PkOadeliAia, Frmb'j- 
(efian board <^ pnbUcatio'n, [1863]. 

Blind Tom: or the loat found, [anon..] 
316 pp. 2 pL 16°. PUlaSelpliia, W. S. * 
A. MarUea, 1857. 

Bliss (Benjamin E. <f- sons, Jlorists). De- 
scriptive catalogue of a choice collection 
of vegetable, agricultural and flower seeds. 
I7th to 19th annual ed. 3 v. 8°. Spnng- 
fieU, Mass., S. Bowles 4 00. 1871-73. 

BUs8 (John tf CO.) Abridgment to the 
nantioal almanac, tide tables, and list of 
lighthouses of the United States coast. 
For the yeara 1868-1873. 5 v. 8°, New 
York, J. Bliga 4- co. [1869-71]. 

BliaB (Marianna H.) Little Tiger Lily and 
her cousin Alice ; or, how a bad temper 
was cured. 173 pp, 18°. New Tm% 
Carlton 4- Porta; [1859]. 

"Blonde" (The) of the period songster. 
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Blood (Benjamin). The philosophy of jns- 
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BLOOMER. 

Bloomer (J. G.) The pacific cryptograph : 
a complete donble index oiphor for tele- 
graphing. I5J pp. 12°. San Franoisco, 
Bacon 4- eo, isra. 

Bloomfield (J. K.) Patient Suaie : or, pay- 
ing the mortgage. By J. K. B. [anoK.] 
21)5 pp. 6 pi. 1<!". CiiicimiaU, Sifchcoch -j- 
WiiMeii, 1S73. 

BloS3 (C. A.) Ancient history, for the use 
of families and schools. Eevised and im- 
proved by John J. Audeison. 1 p. 1. ii, 
445 pp. 1 pi. 4 ool. maps. 1 coL ckait. 12°. 
A'cHi Ym% Clark ^ MuptarA, 1873. 

Blossoms of childhood. By n mother, 
[nno".] 155 pp. 1 pi. 13°. Nm Ym% 
I'rotestant e^copal a. a, «jhi)b, 1840. 

BloBSonis of childhood [Poems] By tlie 
author of "The broken bud" [aiioii.] 
3G8 pp. ino. 1 pi. Ib-^ Wffic Yml , It. Cm- 
ter 4' hi-otliera, 1S52 

Blossoms (The) of mcaality Intended for 
the amnsement and mstiuetion of y 
ladiea and geutlemeii By the editor of 
The lookiug-glass for the mmd. [iiiioii.] 
With engravings on wood by Anderson. 
195 pp. 12=. Miv-Yorle, E. BuycUiick, 
1807. 

Blue (The) flag. By theanthorof The fidi- 
evman'aboy. [ffltiMt.] 200 pp. 18°. Nm 
Ym-k, Am. iraat Booiety, [1861]. 

The same. Die blaue flag„o Eiue 

toziihlnug fUr die ehristliche jngend. 
[anon.] 151 pp. 3 pi 16° New York, 
AawOraaiselte ti^aktatgesellsiHuiff [1870]. 

Blue [The] BOok>; or coi nt the cost, 
[anon.] S32pp. 2pl 18^ PkiUdeliili 
Am. a. a. union, [1802] 

Bluiitsclili (Johann Caspar) mid Brater 
(Carl). Dentschesstaats-wiirterbaeh. In 
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Stiitigaii if Leipxig, MxjieditUm ties »taat3- 
iBorterbuclis, 1S70. 

The same. Nachtragzura band 1-11. 

8°. 1870. 
[wai, Y.u]. 

Boardman (Henry Augustus, d. d.) The 
great C[neatiou ; Will you consider the snb- 
joct of personal religion f 230 pp. 1 pi. 
13°. Pldlade^}iia,Am.s.s.tinion,ie^. a. 

A selection of hymna ; designed as a 

snpplement to the "Paalraa and hymna" 
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FMlaMpMa, W. S. # A. MartUn, 18IS1. 
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BOISSEAU. 

Boate (Gerard, m. d.) Histoire natvrelle 
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Boooacolo (Giovanni). Boccace Bes damea 
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J^oii, G. Boville, 1551. 

Beckett (Johu), Gentile dipinity and mo- 
rality demonstrated; in a brief coUectioa 

of aayings, precepts, oouusela, aenteiices, 
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tile philosophers, princes, orators, etc. 
with au account of their lives. New ed. 
[Also], an apology for this book. By 
Richard Claridge. sv,273pp. 18°, Loa- 
don, TV. Owen, 1767. 
Bookahaininer(Gnstav Ferdinand). Bocka- 
hammer on the freedom of the hnman 
TviU, Translated from tlie german, with 
additions byA.Kanfman, jr. 199 pp. 13'^. 
Aiidovei; Gould f Neimnam., 1S35. 
Boeok (Jonas Asel). Crustacea ampbipoda 
borealia et arctica. Smrskilt aftrykt af 
videnslt-selks. Porhandlinger for 1870. 
200, viiipp. 8°, [CAci«««ia, 1870]. s, 
Bceuf (Joseph F. A.) A new and complete 
grammar of the frenoh tongue. 2d ed, 
360 pp. 12°. mw-Yorh, [aafitir], 1832. 

The same. 3d ed. corrected, enlarged, 

and improvetl. 2 p. L 391 pp. 12=. JVcjf- 
Tork, pahUslua; 1834. 
BoggB (J.) The southern christian ; exem- 
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18". Ifew Yoi-h, E. Colliei; 1835. 
Bogue (David, A. d.) The theological leo- 
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Boles (Lnra Auua). Bural rhymes. Also, 
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189 pp. portrait. 8°. Saratoga S^-inga, G. 
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Boiae( James K.) Eteioises in greek prose 
composition, 1872 6ee Jones (Eliwha) 
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awl Freeman ( Fohn C ) Selections 

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year in coUego ; with explanatoiy notes, 
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BOISSEAU. 

Bolsseau (Fraucois Gabriel) — continued, 
sider^es dans I'esprit de la uouvello doc- 
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Faris, J. B. BaiUUre, 1828. 
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BEMETIOUB OyDOHIUS. 'EjrioTo'jjll! p. 251. 

Eltokmcub (I.) 'EK0pai7«is. p. ^ii. 

EU8BNICU8 (M.) 'EiriOToAUBSpafKUP^ii. p.349. 

LUO, FBn:OB0FIID8. Atoms jiiliOiio^oii Km inrpDv 

Masl'kl H, PaleologUB. Aoyos "irnyviiiiuK. p. 
p. 347. AiiUJirptcp rep Kij^mj^. p. 249. 

JVaie.— This Is a contlniiatloii or Biipplem6nt«rj 

volmue of Ms Ajiecdoba grioco. 5 v. H^. Pai'«». 

183D-33. 

Boisay d'Anglaa (Cotate Franfois An- 

tolne de). Lea ^tndes litt^raires et po^ 

tiqnea d'un vieillard, on lecueil do divers 



Boker (Geqrge Henry). Auno BolejD : a 

trajjedy. Tiii, 13-235 pp. 12°. BMlaOel- 

^Itia, A. Sari, 1860. 
Boletin ofloial. Foviodioo de! gobiemo flo- 

minicano. 31majol870IiaatlI13jnUol8J'3. 

Auo 2°-5°. Hos. 117-273 iu 1 v. fol. 

Santo Dondngo, [Gtw-oiaAffl'MianM, 1870-73]. 

llmperfect; wanting n08. 131. 165, 205,233]. 

Bollea (WiUiam). A apelliug book; con- 
taiiiiug ffisercisea in orthography, pronun- 
ciation, and reading, 166 pp. 19'^. Xmo- 
London, S. Green, for autlior, 1835. 

The same, Eevised and enlarged. 

180 pp. 12*'. Mw-L(mSon, W. 4~ J. Bollea, 
1831. 

Bollettino consolare. .See Italy. Ifiiiistei'o 
2»e)' gU affari eeto-i. 

Bollettino indnstriale del regno d'ltalia. 
2a aerie, v. 9. Gen.— sett. 1871. fol. To- 
Hm, C. FamU f eo. 1871. a. 

Bolley (PompeiiiB A.) Der mist, seine che- 
misohe zusammeusetzttng, seiue wirknug 
als dilugenaittel iiud seine ziibereitungs- 
weiRK. l''iir deut'iehe landwiJ-'tlie. Naclj 



BOMBEEGEE. 

Bolley (Poinpeius A.) — continued, 
dem plane von J. Girardin'a ■vorlcsuiigiin 
Tiber dieaen gegenstand. x, 143 pp. ICi". 
Bi'omisoTi/wdg, F. Vievieg ^ soAii, 1846. a. 

La participation de la Snisso ii I'ex- 

position nniverselle de 1B67. See Qrolt- 
zerland. Commiiamon cVexposUioit f6d4rale 
Suisse, 

Bolmar (Autome). A collection of collo- 
quial phrases, on every topic necossai-y to 
maintain conversation [in frencli] ; ar- 
ranged nuder different heads. 1 p. 1. vii, 
3-316 pp. 18°. Philadel^kia, Cm-ey 4- Lea, 



-The a! 



Phil- 



adelpMa 



3-208 pp. 
Caren ^ Lea, 1831. 

The same. Hew ed. ix, 208 pp. 18". 

PMlad«lx>lUa, Lea ^ Blam^m-d, 1842. 

Bolton (BcB. Cornolina Winter). A alicp- 
herd'a call to the lambs of his f oclc. 343 
pp. 6 pi. eq. 18°. Nm To)% B. Garter ,;■ 
In-otlteis, 1853. 

Tender grass for little lambs. 303 pp. 

8 pi. sq. 16°. JVeio Torh, B. Gaiia- 4- bi-o- 
thiis, 1855. 

Bolton (Eobei-t,((.(i.j'ecfei-o/J!ivi';/ft toll}- Mr. 
Bolton's last andleai'uedworlro of tliefoiire 
last things, death, ivdgement, hell, and 
heaven. With an aaaise-aermon, and uotos 
ou instica NicoUs his fnnerall, with the 
life and death of the aatlionr. Published 
by E. B. [Edwai-d Bagshawe. ' 1st ed.] 
Engd. tit. 36 p. 1. 364 pp, am. 4". Lon- 
don, G. Millet; 1633. 

A discovrso abovt the sLate of trve 

happinease. 11 p. I. 215 pp. 3 1. sm. 1". 

[£»n^mi,1634J? 

[ With Ids Some gBusr.iU dtraodone. Tltlo-paso 

Some generaU directions for a com- 
fortable walking with God. 4th cd, 8 p. 
1. 392 pp. 3 1. sin. 4°. London, I. Xegatl, 
for E. Weaver, 1034. 

Bolton (Rev. Robert, of Wcstclmter eo. JV. 
r.) The lighted valley: or the closing 
scenes in the life of a beloved sister, [Abhy 
Bolton]. With a preface by the rev. Will- 
iam Jay. [oiiim. Advertisement sub- 
scribodRB,] 236 pp. portrait, 1 pL 12^. 
New York, B. Carter ^ bi-ofhers, 1850. 

Bomberger (John H. A. d. d.) Infant snl- 
vation in its relation to infant depravity, 
infant regeneration and infant haptistn. 
192 pp. 16°. Philadelphia, Lmtlaay 4- 
BWIiUtov.WS'X 



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BONALD. 

Bouald (Lonis Gatiriel AniTiroise, tiiconiie ih.) 
Ddmonstration philoBophique (In priucip* 
couetitutif 0.0 la aoddt^, anivie (le m^di- 
tJitious politiiliies tiriSea de l'i5vmigile. 
viii, 348 pp. 8°. Faiis, A. Le Clere ^ df-. 
1830. 

Du. diyoree, co]iaidiSr6 au 19e aioole, 

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Evangellecbe roformirte gemoiue, Das 
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Felinae (Arstins pauidon.) Sm Bucer 
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A bon cbat boo rat, v. 13. 

■ — ■ — Jimot, ohoB le dfiaraiaaeur, v. 13. 

Le 3<mtd,^Y. 13. 

Lb Talet ile cbambre et lo pajsau, v. l;i. 

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La veuve ridionle, v. 13. 

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La mae patBroelle, v, 13. 

L» veute em1)an'aH»6f>, v. 13. 

L'iniuicencfl Bauv6B,v.ail. 

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Ls manihand de 'byoar, v. 26. 

La morohaiLde de orrises, v^ ^■ 

CoLALTO<A^ LeBlroiajaineaiiT v^uitieil 
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DBBiwuOHHBfP.N.) L^batade imprtTU, ' 
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DosHBAU DaTiBfi (J.) and Cohseiim (T.) La 

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Gahnibe (C. a. 1.1 Lebonp^re-T.m 

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La. CaiTEiLE (J. da). Lea camjaaes d'OrliSana, 

(J. C. P. da). Helv61ina 4 Vnr6, 

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i(t.C.deC 

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— Ailequln Boli pm 



.- La doBble aurprlae de 

Lftrtnaion de 

MABaOLUEEBEsVn 

1'emnr d« Feaprit, 
MoaAND (P, de). L'l 



Lft rtnaion des Bi , 

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Le oafB dn prinMma, i 

Le oaplialne Belronda 

Le susceptible, v, 32. 

Lb viaui oomsaien, t. 

Lea deni Phillberti t. 



and Camas (L O.) Dutimtooura. on le 

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EoH*OKfiai (J. A.) B!ui PROCOiB.CouTEiui: (M. 

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Sfeiuu (L. P. do). Crispin du^nB,v.n. 
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f6n6traa,T.2S. 
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FINOTTL 

Pin (ill repertoire, ate.— coutinued. 
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Plaiiiabd <F. A, E.) Lemi 



I>iEULAFOY(J.M.A.M.)imdGBEaiN(H.) Jeanne 

d'Art-r.aS. 
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MKttLB (J. T.) Bkazibb (S 



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and Dei 



N (C, t 



null 



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H, J.> 



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cmtiSAiNT-eE0K6E(E.de), L'ooart*, 

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ceremonios and practices of the church, 
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Goodiioli (Jeiemialj and Anna F,) The 
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A system of school geography, chiefly 

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■ Gibiiatai to tlie 



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ITALY. 

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Compartiiusuta della Campnuia. 1871. 

Mmieiero per gli ajfari esteri. Bollet- 

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Baooolta dei trattati e delie 

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witli copious notes, critical and explana- 
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Tie same. ITie first part of 

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Jaoobs' latin render, adapted to Bullions' 
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the idioms of the latiu language ; an im- 
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The same. An expeditions 

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UU^ SUN 

Jacobs mid Doling— font n ed 

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With notes and Uiftr tons i rtlyt us 
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La Clieaiiaye (Kieulas do). La comdamiia' 
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,Vfl(a.— In this volume are mutainea"Vidainlirt(ir 
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La Chaese ( — de, s, j.) Brief r, patris de la 
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SCAKEiM (W la folre SiJu( 

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verfassot anno 16<tl getlruekt 7n Pariss 
1695, liud abermal antgelegt im jahr 
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Tlie same. Fablea <le La Fontaine, 

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The same. [Kevus par ruuteiii]. 

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Iietterg to rclmnnd Bu 
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JEF brother-iu-law. 

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Mather (Cotton, (!. d.)— continued. 

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The same. 108 pp. 34°. l^eio York, 

Am. traet sooiety, [^ahout 1820]. 

The wonders of the inTisible world ; 

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tJn TowtBE (Samuel P.) Salom witchcraft; etc. 
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Mather (Increase, if. il.) Now or never is 
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(Mass; 
4th a. 

Mather (J. II.) and Brockett (L. P. m. d.) 
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Mather {Mrs. Sarah A,) Tonug life: or, 
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Mathewa (Cornelina). Chanticleer : a 
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The Indian fairy book. From the 

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Mamie's watchword, S33 pp. 1 

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Budie'a goat. 237 pp. 2 pi. 1 

Neiv Torh, S. Cas'ter 4- hroUiers, 1873. 

Toutou and pussy. 243 pp. 3 pi. 1 

Nem York, B. Carter f IrotTim-a, 187S. 

[KrrTY and tnln tooiiB, no. 1]. 

Violet's idol. 229 pp. 3 pi. 1 

mw Ym% B. Carter ^ hrotliers, 1370. 

[rtOWEEBTS, T. 1). 

Tbe white ral>l)it. 2dO pp, 3 pi. 1 

Jffflu Yorh, B. Carter ^ Irothers, 1S73. 

Mathews (Julia A.) Drayton-liall ser 
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IF. 4. Franks 



T. 5. Eagle ocag. 



nstin'B diamcind. 



\a Lis flag, 
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Xeio York, B. CarUr 4- brothei-s, 1872. 
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MathewB (William). Getting on in tlie 

world; or, hints on snccess in life, viii, 

365 pp, 12^. Chicago, S. C. Griggi ^- co. 

1873. 
Matilda Berkeley, or, family anecdotes ; by 

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224 pp. 12=. Balelgh, N. C, J. Gales, 

1804. 
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[flMon.] 355 pp. 6 pi. 12°. Km York, 

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Matson (N.) Beminiscences of Bureau 

county [Illinois], in two parts, ■with 

illnstrations. 406 pp. ino. 15 pi. I photo. 

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MAUDUIT. 

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Matthews (John, d. A} Th d ue p 
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Maudit (Le), par I'abbiS *"' [aiiora.] lie 
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Montloeier (Frauj^ois Doiciuiqiio de Eey- 
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Petition it la cliambre defl pairs. 

ci^d^ de qiielques observations s 
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Montuiaur (Pierre de). Petri Slonmanri 
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Moodie (Mrs. Sasauua Striekland), Eough- 
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Moody (Loring), The prohlein of life aud 
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Moot (James, 11. (!.) Elements of the greek 
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latest editions, by professors Danbar aud 
NeilsoD, and from the late works of Mat- 
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Moore (Be\>. Asher). A memoir of the late 
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nnder 300. And of the Bqoaied onbea and 
cubed cnbes under SOC^. 4S pp. 5 pL 

Moore (Mrs. J. F.) A home ia a mugh 

suliutb. 299 pp. 3 pi. 10°. Boston, M. 

Hoijt, [1873]. 
Etseued. S p. 1. 7--J34 pp. 3 pi. 16°, 

Boston, H. Hoyt, [1873], 

JTofe.— Autbor'B nnnia printed " Mre. 3. S. Mooio " 
on title, bj miatnlie, £ov J. F. Moore. 

Moore (Mary Ann). Musings of a blind 
snd a partially deaf girl. 144 pp. 12°. 
Phaadelpliia, J. B. Lippincott 4- eo. 1873. 

Moore (Katlmniel F.) Lectures on the 
greek language and 1 teratute. 165 pp. 
13° >e« Toil m at 4- CoaraA, 

Moore (Thon ■« tie loet). Fables for the 
I oly all anoe ihjmes on the road, &o. 
iLc By Thon as Browne, the yoHogor. 
iiee 7o(] XV 19 ip 1 1. 16°. Loadon, 
Lo gi a 1123 

I t w(l sciLg:: Moore's 
;r cau poems ; a biogra- 
phy ft d a CI t oal rev ew of Jjric poeta, 
b; dr. B. Shelton Hackenzie; and a col- 
lection of choice melodies, arranged with 
piano aceompanimeut, by sir Julin Sto\ 
enson, and others ninstrated Uj Daoiel 
Macliae, and William Eithes 504 pp 
4°. Meis York, Iiiicinahonal piiblishiag CO 
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Moore {Eee. Thomis) An inquiry into the 
scriptural ' autbo ty for social wor^h p 
with ohseryations ou ts reason ableneBs 
and utility; [etc] 3 1 ] 1 ip 1" 
London, for the autho 18 1 

Moore's rnral New Yo Iter A uat oual 1 
iustrated rural hterar\ and lam ly news 
paper, [etc. Weekly]. Conducted by D. 
D. T. Moore, Jaa. 6 to dec. 28, 1873. 
25-26. fol. miB Torlc ^ EocImtei\ B. 2). 
r, ^ooi-o, [1872]. 

Moorman (J. J.) The Virginia sprinj 
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MOEFIT. 

Moorman (J. J.) — con tinned. 

maps and plates, and tlie routes aud dis- 
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2>iacott 4- CO. 1859. 

Moral (The) world displayed, 1T91. See 
Stewart (John, caJUd Walking 8te\yart). 

Moravians See United brethren. 

More abont ) sus 1-* 3 See Mortimer 
(Jfts Lhaabeth) 

More thin eonque 01 1873. See Irving 
(Theodore) 

Moreau s leben und loldziige, 1804.— The 
life and caiiipai^s of 'Vi«jtoc Moreau. 
C oniprohendiug his trial, justification and 
other events till the period of his em- 
biikation for the United States. By an 
otflcer of the staff [anon.] Translated 
fiom the french [By John Davia]. 288 
PP portrait IG-^ ^iio-Yoil ,J Eiky 4' 



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Morehouse (QLOige E iw (7) Gunshot 
wounds, 1864 iu Mltoliell (S. W.) 
Moreliouse (G K) u nl Keen 

Morel de Rubempr^ (II J vt d ) Lus 
su.refs de la gfiniSiatiou, oul'iit de pro- 
eriier fl volenti^ des filles on dcs gar^ons, 
[eti, ] 4e od 256 pp 1 p! 1^ Bnix- 
eUed, Goeta 4- cie 1830 

Morell (J S ) An histoiioal aud critical 
view of the specuUtivo philosophy of 
Einope m the nineteenth ceutniv Com- 
plete in 1 vol From the last Lond. ed. 
7^3 pp b^ 2fcioYMl.,B Cai lei, 18iS. 

Moreno (Jo'<l Mana) Estadioa sobre las 
quiebias Diseitaoion 268 pp. 8°. 
Buenos Aiies, iinpicnfa d(J Com rcio iM 
Plata, 1864 s. 

Morenos (Ojos) be Ojo^ moreiios. 
\_pseudoa ] 

Morey (Cornell) Esplantlions of the 
prinoiples of aiitbmetio on a uew plan, 
94 pp li^ Soihcstei [W T] J" Grenea, 
1850 s. 

rhe same Mortj's pnttioii arith- 

nictic, m which the explanatious of the 
principles aie guen on a new plan, 176 
pp 12° Moohcstei,E Dmiott 1851. 

Morflt (CampUelJ, m il) A piactii,al treat- 
ise on pure fertilizers, and the chemical 
conversion ol lock gmnos, mailstones, 
toiioliti.'i II 1 th) eiudn phosphates of 



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MOKFIT. 

Morfit (Campbell, ni, d.) — continued, 
lime aud alumina generaUy, into various 
vaUiable prodaots, xvt, 547 pp. 28 pi, 
folded. 8=. Xew Tori; D. Vim Nostrand., 
1872. 

Morford (Henry).. The oow.ird. A novel 
of society and the field in 1863. 2 p. 1. 
91-520 pp. 13°. PhUadelpMa,T.B.Feier- 
son ^ brothers, [1864], 

Morford'8 short-trip gaide to Amecicft. 

(United States and Dominion of Caniwla). 
1 p. 1. 320 pp. 1 map. 16°. New York, 
SItemon f CO. [1372]. 

Morford's short-trip guide to Enrope 

(1873 and 1873). Comprisiug tours Id 
England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, 
France, Holland, Belgium, Germany, 
Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, &c. 
With hinta for Russia, Sweden, tlie east, 
&o. a collection of travelers' phrases in 
french aiid german, and skeleton tours in 
America. 3 v. 16°. Neii> York, Stteldon 
4- CO. [1972-73]. 

Rhymes of twenty years. 240 pp. 

portrait. 12°. J^ew York, B. Dejiter ^ eo. 



Sprees and splashes; or, droll de- 
scriptions of town and country. 240 pp. 
I pi. 120. _ye^ York, Carleton, ISSS. 

Morgan (George H.) Annual statement of 
the trade and commerce of St. Louis, for 
the year 1872. See St. Louis (Mo.) Uniou 
merdhant^ excliange. 

Morgan (Henry). Ned Nevins, the news 
boy ; or street life in Boston. 424 pp. 
16°, Boston, Lee 4- Shepard, 1866. 

Morgan (John). History, ancient and mod- 
em, of Oran [Waharan] and Al-maraa. 
With ajournal of the Spaniards procedure 
in those their late african eon([aestB. 158 
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[AppendiitoLAPAYECJ.B. dc). Savecal voya-'ea 
to Batbaty] . 

Morgan {See. K. W.) Christianity and 
modem infidelity, their relative intellec- 
tual claims compared. With an index, 
prepared for the am. ed. riii, 430 pp, 
l-a°. mio York, D. Dana, jr. 1859. 

Morgan (Samnel, m. d.) Popular guide to 
homeopathy, for family and private use ; 
compiled from the standard works of 
Pulte, Hering, Hempel, and Enddock. 
For the use of twenty-seven homeopathic 
remedies, 192 pp. 24°. Ciitdniiati, 
Smiih tf WortUngton, 1871. 



Morgan (Samuel, m. d.)— continued. 
■- ■ ■ — Text book for domestic practice 
being plain and concise directions for th 
dm' ' t t' fh CB p th' med' 
eomm f ms f dise 2d ed 

1 d 111 pp 3^ C 10 t S I 
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Morgan (SLdney Osrenson, ladi/). La 
France, [Traduite de I'anglais, par P. A. 
Lebtan des Chattaettea. le 6A.] 2 v. 
sii, 326 pp ; 2 p. 1. 465 pp. fP. Poi'Js, 
Ti-eiiUel 4- WiirU, 1817. 

Jfole.— With maonaciipt aSilitioQa iatcrlosved auil 
appaadeil tu v. 2. 

The O'Brieua and the O'Flahertys. 

A national tale. Annotated by R. Shelton 
Mackenzie. 2 v. 345 pp; 384 pp. 13". 
New York, BeSJieU, iaj6. 
Morgan (Sylvanus). The sphere of gentry : 
deduced from the principles of natvre, an 
historical and genealogical work of arms 
and blaaon, in four books. In which is 
contained, the genealogies of the patri- 
archs and heroe's, staadards of the Jews, 
hieroglyphioks of the Egyptians, symbols 
of the Grecians, autiqaitiea of the Romans, 
arms & ensignea of the english nation. 
4 V. in 1. 8 p. I. [472] pp. 10 I. 8 col. pi. 
fol. LoTuUm, W. LeijboarHifor auiltor, 1661. 
[Iioporfeet In several places]. 
Morgan (Thomas, m. d.) A collection of 
tracts, relating to the right of private 
judgment, the sufBcianey of scripture, and 
the terms of ch nrcb-co mm anion ; upon 
christian principles: oocasiou'd by the 
late trinitftrian controversy. And now 
revised and published all together; with 
a preface; by the author, xxsii, 488pp, 
1 1. 8°. London, J. Osbora 4' T. Longman, 
1726. 



Tlie iiHiare oaA conaegneDDee of ontlindasm ooii- 
siitei'd ; jn eoiuB ahnrC remarks on tlie doobriae 
of the blessed tr1u1l;YetAteda,ad defended, p.1. 

A postscript, occasioned by mr. Bradbury's lil8- 
course, Inll tied, Tbe neoeadty of eoiitoailing tor 
reveal'd religion, p. 43. 

Tlie natiire and ooDaegneDOoB of entbtisinam de- 
fended; ae^DBt tbe Tedeol^oDs of the rev. mr. 

talntyaiid''infaSSb'tlIty.'*p!61. ™°°*'''""'' ''^'' 

A defence of tbe two foregoing letters, .Igaiost 

mt. FaBCOUrt'B BnlJinsiaBm retorted, p. 103. 



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MORGAN. 

Morean (Thomas, ni. d.) — oontinned. 

Tbe abaimlity of opposing talih to reason : 
ilefmice of tibrietiauit; against tbe powoi' 
tlm^Bm, 111 anawer to mr, BiaillJiiry'a St 
eatltuled. TbenHtareof&iUi, p-i^- 

Tliegfoimdeuid.pTiuciplfls of obrj 



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a letter 

Jolm Cumming, occaeian'd bj 
concamlag tbe autboritv ol 
qnencea. p. 181. 



. tbe 



atlum 



iabari Bluolrmoro. OcoaBioBocl 
by bis book, intitied. Modem stlaois unmoslt'd. 
p. 355. 

Fefatatdon of tbe false piinoiplee asdamed and 
apply'd by the rer. mr, Josepb Pyke, in liia 
book, entdtnled. An impartial view of tbe prin- 
cipal difBcallJea that ofiect the trinilwlau, or 
olof the aFian aDheme, &A. [AlAOl. some ahort 
rsmnrhs on ^ SiotiBid BlBOkmore^s Justprpja- 
Olcm uolnse the orion bypntbesis. With e 
postsoript aonoemlng tbe real agreement ba- 
» A it ^jj„ ^^,3^ sooiwons in ibe 

_r. waforUud, oooaaion'cl by 

bia late writiiige in defenoe of tbo athsnasian 
bypot^eeie- v- 339- 

Eeflootlone upon resson. In a letter to Tbile- 
lentbenu britannions- p- 389- 
A pDstBOtipt to SutboBlaain in iJisti'eaa. Decs' 
Moned t^ a pampMet, inUtled, Gomprehenaion 
moTBproperlytliffiiffiitEinsiasmibdiatj'esa: said 
to bo written by ono mr. Peter Hiebett, in de- 
feuoe of Fbilelentliema brltannicus, p. 441. 
ond postaorLpt to BDthosiaem In distress. 
--■— Ibymr. HIabett's second letter, inti 



Moilart; (P- E, <l. <l) Tho life of st. An- 
gnstine, bisliop, confesaor and doctor of 
the ohuroli. 362 pp. 1 pi. 12°- Pkiladul- 
2>hla, P. F. Cimningkam, 1873. 

Motin (D. M. P.) Manuel thSoriiiue et pra^ 
tiiiiie d'hygifine, ou I'art da eonseryer sa 
santiS. 9 p. 1. 338 pp. 18°. Purls, Roret, 
1827. 

Morison (David). Poouia, ctioily in tiie 
acottiah dialect. svU, 924 pp. fp. Mont- 
rose, D. Biwltanau, 1790. 

MoiiBOU (David). The religions liititory of 
man ; in which religion and euperatition 
ava traced from tlieir source. 9d ed, Xl, 
384 pp. 12°. London, Smith, Elilcr <(■ co. 
1849. 

Morley (Heury). Clement Marot and otlier 
studies. 9 V. Tiii, 316 pp; 9 p. 1. 314 pp. 
1 1. 12°. London, Chapman ^ Hall, 1871. 

editoy. Sketches of rusaian life he- 
fore and during the emancipation of the 
aerfs. vii, 1. S98 pp. 19°. London, Chap- 
.maa 4- Hall, imS. 

Morley (John). Eonsaeau. 9 v. xiv, 344 
pp ; X, 342 pp. 8". Loudon, Clutpimn ^f- 
Hall, 1873. 

Toltaire. siv, 346 pp, 8°. London, 

Chapman 4- Sail, 1879. 

Mormon. ("Book of), iSec Smith (Joaeph,^)-.) 



MOREES. 

Motnaud (P^Iis) and Vilbort (Joseph). 
Voyage illustr^ dana lea dous mondea 
d'aprfes lea relations authentic(URS les plus 
nouvelles. 775 gravures. 9 p. 1. 404 pp. 
4°. Paris, Le Chevalier, 1869. 
Jfoto.— The engravings are from '■ L'illnstration." 

Morphy (Paul) and Iio'wentbal (J.) Mor- 
phy's games : a selection of the beat games 
played by the diatJnguiahed champion in 
Europe and America. With analytical 
and critical notea by J. Luwenthal. xxvii, 
473 pp. 19°. New Toric, D. Appleton ._(■ eo- 
1860. 

Morrell (Ben. Deacon). Letter to the lord 
bishopof Loudon by PhilalethesQ'ssii^i'n.] 
denying any peouliai real presence in the 
administration of the sacraments; with 
appendix and prior letters against romaU' 
jsm, oalyinism, and the athauastan creed. 
Eeprinted. 48, [31] pp. lijo. ionrfoB, 
W. Boone, 1S43. 

[TFiiftMrnntBTOMjConyera iLd 1 A u™- edition 
of A free enquiiy 18«] 

Morrell (G. Herbert) Ihe student's man- 
ual of comparatii e anatomv, and gnide to 
diaaootion. Part I Mimmalia. (Anato- 
my and dissection) vii, 26Q pp. 2 tab. 
8°- London, Longman ^ co 1872 

Morrell (Luke A.) Thearaeiican shepliurd; 
being a histoi? of the sheep, with tlieir 
breeds, management, aud diseases. With 
an appendix, embracing upwards of twen- 
ty letters from eminent wool-growers, etc. 
■ss.il, 13-437 pp. 19°. Km York, Hai-pcr 
4- Invtliers, 1845. 

Morrell {Z. N.) Mowers and fruits from 
the wilderness; or, thirty-six years in 
Texas and two winters in Honduras. 3H6 
pp. 12°. £oetOtt, Oould ^ Uncoln, 1872. 

Morren (i5doiiard). Mi5morandum dea 
travaus de botanique et de physiologie 
vggfitale qui ont 6t6 puhlifis par 1' Acade- 
mic royale des sciences, des lettres et des 
beaux-arts de Belgiqne pendant le pre- 
mier Bi^ole de son existence (1772-1971). 
Rapport sdculaire. ii, 96 pp. 8°. Bmx- 
elks, F. Hayez, 1872. a. 

Morres (Harvey Redmond, lt>i-d Mountmor- 
res). The crisis; a. collection of essays 
written 1793 and 1793, upon toleration, 
public credit, the elective franchise in 
Ireland, the emancipation of the Irish 
catholics, [etc.] s, 189 pp. 8°. Dublin, 
P. Byrne, 1795. 
[DUABE pampLleta, v. XI 



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MORKILL. 

MoiriU (Fred. K,) See Amateurs' (The) 
guide for 1872. 

Morris (CUarlea d'Hrban). Principia lati- 
na ! an intcoduction to tlie latin language, 
ssxiii, 287 pp. 1^. New TorJc, MiKon 
h-otliera, 1860. 

Morris (Edward Joy.) Holes of a tour 
throogh Turkey, Greece, Egypt, Arabia 
Petrisa, to the Holy laud ; inoludiag a 
visit to AtheuB, Spatta, Delphi, Cairo, &o. 
2 V. ii, 17-353 pp. 1 pi ; vi, 11-303 pp. 
4 pi. 12°. Philixdelphia, Carey <f- Hart, 
1843. 

Morris (George P.) Poems; with, a memoir 
of the anthor. 366 pp. \&>. New York, 
C. SoHlver, [1860]. 

Morris (John, pseiuJtjn.) See O'Connor 
(John). 

Morris (Lewis). Papers, while governor 
of the province of New Jersey, 1738-46. 
With au introductory memoir by William 
A. Whitehead, xxxii, 333 pp. 8^. Jftw 
York, G. P. Ftitaam, 1852. 
[New Jbsbev hlatoFicii! society's colleoliona, v. 4] . 

Morris (Ken, Kichard, editor). An old 
english miscellany containing a bestiary, 
keutisli Bormons, proverbs of Alfred, re- 
ligious poems of the thirteenth century, 
from manuscripts in the British museum, 
Bodleian library, Jesus college library, etc, 
svi, 308 pp. 8°. London, N. TrilJiiua- f 
CO. 1872. 
£E ABLY english tost aooiotj Bnli!icationa,no.JB]. 

Morris (Robert, ll.d.) Freemasonry in the 
Holy laud ; or, haudmarks of Hiram' 
builders ; embracing notes made during a 
series of masonic researches, in 1868, in 
Asia Minor, Syria, Palestine, Egypt and 
Enrope, and the results of much corre- 
spondence with Ireemasous in those coun- 
tries. 608 pp. portrait, 8". New Yorlc, 
author, 1872. 

The miniature monitor, 1872. See 

"Webb (Thomas Smith), 

Morris (WOliara). Love is enough : or the 
freeing of Pharamond. A morality. 3 
p.l. 134 pp. 1S°, Boston, lioberls Iroikers, 
1873. 

Monis. See Morres. 

Morrisoa. See Moriaon. 

Morse (Jedediah, d. d.) The american uni- 
versal geography, or, a view of the pres- 
ent state of all the empires, kingdoms, 
states, and republics in the known world, 
and of the United States of America in 



MOSHEIM. 

Morse (Jedediah, d. d.)^coutvuaed, 
particular. 2 v. 69S pp. 7 maps ; 3 p, 1. 
552 pp. 3 maps. 8°. Boston, I, TftomiM if' 
E. T. AHdrmm, 1793. 

Elements of geography, exhibited 

historically from the oreatiou to the end 
of the world : on a new plan. 6th ed. 
Ifl3pp,4map3, 18''. NewSaveii.H.Sowe, 
1835. 

Morse (Sidney Edwards). The cerographic 
bibleatlas. Ip.l.Smftpa. £ol. A'eiv-TorTi, 

S. E. Morse 4- co. 1844. 

Mortimer (Charlotte B.) Morton Mouta- 
gu ; or a yoang christian's choice. A nar- 
rative founded on facts in the early history 
of a deceased moravian missionary clergy- 
man, 255 pp. 13°. Ifete-Yorh, 3). Apple- 
ton 4- CO. 1850. 

Mortimer (Mrs, Elizabeth). More about 
Josns. By the author of "Peep of day." 
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A key to the esercisea. 156 pp. 12°. 

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Murray's english reader ; or pieoea in 

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