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CATALOGUE 



lEW-YORK STATE LIBRAE!: 



1861. 



GENERAL LIBRARY : FIRST SUPPLEMENT. 



I. TITLES. 11. INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 



ALBANY : 

CHARLES VAN BBNTHUYSBS, 

1861. 



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PREFATORY NOTICE. 



In 1855 a complete catalogue of the New York State Library 
was piiblislied. The Trustees of the Library, though authoriz- 
ed by law to publish at this time a like catalogue, have deem- 
ed it proper to issue supplements instead of full catalogues, 
until the library has attained such a magnitude as to warrant 
the embodiment of the whole into a single work. 

They now present the first supplement to the catalogue of 
the General Library. Those of the Law Library, and of the 
manuscripts, engravings, coins, medals, etc., are in course of 
preparation, and will follow in due time. These supplements 
will be properly distributed, and together with the catalogue 
of 1855 will form really one work, exhibiting the present con- 
dition of the Library, and opening its treasures to all who 
wish to explore them. 

This volume contains the titles of works added since the 
publication of the catalogue of 1855, with such titles of that 
catalogue as it has been thought best to modify. 

The whole number of volumes in the Library at that date 
was 43,634; of which 13,623 were in the Law Library, and 
30,011 in the General Library. The aggregate number now 
on the shelves is 59,167, being an increase, since the last 
publication, of 15,533 volumes; of which 11,714 are addi- 
tions to the General Library, and 3,759 to the Law Library. 

Among the additions are twelve thousand pamphlets and 
two thousand almanacs, which have been bound in six hundred 
volumes. The pamphlets are about one-half British, and the 
other half American. The titles of all of them are recorded 
in their alphabetical places in the Catalogue, The names of 



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iv PREFATORY NOTICE. 

the real or supposed authors of six hundred of such booka and 
pamphlets, as were published anonymously, have been ascer- 
tained from the best sources, and are appended to the titles, 
with cross-references. 

The most noticeable of all the additions is the immense 
series, amounting already to nearly seven hundred volumes, 
containing 30,000 Specifications and Drawings of the British 
Patents, from the commencement to the present time. This 
magnificent publication of the British Grovemment surpasses, 
in extent and expense, any single undertaking of the press 
since the invention of printing, and its value, both for the 
History of Invention and for Inventors, is inestimable. 
The number of complete sots is very limited : the State Library 
was highly favored therefore in the gift of a copy from the 
British Commissioners of Patents, which was obtained on the 
personal representations of Mr. I'ruyn, chairman of this com- 
mittee. 

Prom the King of Denmark, has been received, through the 
kind offices of Col. De Raasloff, the Charge d' afi'aires of Den- 
mark to this country, the splendid work of Dr. C. B. Lepsius, on 
the Monumental Antiquities of Egypt and Ethiopia, in twelve 
volumes imperial folio ; and from the King of Prussia, the 
complete works of Frederick II, in fifteen volumes qiiarto. 

The present catalogue is constructed on the same general 
principles with that of 1855, with some new features to render 
it more useful ; the Explanations preceding the first page will 
show for the most part what the improvements are. The labor 
of its preparation has been performed by Mr. Homes, one of 
the assistant librarians, with occasional aid from the other 
of&cers of the Library. The Trustees bear cheerful testimony 
to the ability and zeal with which the work has been executed. 
JOHN V. L. PRUYN, 
JOHN N. CAMPBELL, 
GULIAN C. VERPLANCK, 
JOHN LORIMEE GRAHAM, 
ROBERT G. RANKIN, 
' J. CARSON BRBVOORT, 
Committee on the Library. 
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TRUSTEES OF THE STATE LIBRARY. 



THE EBGEKTS-OF THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, 

EX OFFICIO. 
GERRIT T. LANSING, LL.», Chanceltar. JOHN V. I.. PRUYN, LL.D. 
G. C. VERPLANCK, LL.D., Fice Cftoiic'r. Rev. SAMUEL LUCKEY, D.D. 



EDWIN D. MORGAN, Governor. 
ROBERT CAMPBELL, lAeut. Governor. 
J>. B. P. JONES, Secretary of Stale. 

Superinteiident of 

P-aliiic Iiislrjictimv. 
BRASTLS CORNING. 
PROSPER B 
JOHN LORIMER G 
GIDEON HAWLE?, LL.D. 
JAMES B. WADSWORTH. 



EOBBRT G. RANKIN. 
Rev. J. N, CAMPBELL, D.D. 
ERAST0S C, BENEDICT. 
GEORGE W. CLINTON. 
Rev. ISAAC PARKS, D.D. 
LORBKZO BURROWS. 
ROBERTS. HALE. 
ELIAS W. LEAVENWORTH. 
J. CARSON BBEVOORT. 



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MR. PRUYN, 

REV. DR. CAMPBELL, 

MK. BREVOORT, ' 



MR. VERPLANCK, 
MR. GRAHAM, 
MR. KANKIN. 



S. B. WOOLWOETH, LL.D., Secretary of the TrusteeR, and 
of the Library CommiiUe. 



ALFRED B. STREET, Librarian. 
HENRY A. HOMES, 1 

JOHN H. HICKCOX, i Aiiisttmt Lihratiam. 
S. G. W. BENJAMIN, J 



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THE LAWS AND KEGUIATIOHS 



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I£¥-ioiie: state library. 



Section 1*. Tiie Eegents of the UniTersity of the State of New-¥ork are 
hereby constituted, and shall continue, the Trustees of the State Library. 

Laws ot 1844 : Chap. 266, sec. 1. 

§ 2. The trustees hereby appointed shall have power from time to time to 
appoint a librarian to superintend and talte care of said library, and to pre- 
scribe such rules and regulations for the government of the litiary aa they 
shall tliinfc proper, and to remove the librarian at any time when they shall 
deem it expedient; hut for the purpose of removing oi: appointing a librarian) 
twelve of ths said trustees shall be rec[tiired to form a C(uorum. 

Same ebe^ter, sec. 3. 

§ 3. The assistant librarian and messenger shall be appointed, by the trus- 
tees of the Ubrarv. Laws of 1848 ; Chap. 2fi2, seo. 2. 

For Seoond Aesja'tiuit, tee Laws of 1866, ehap. 638, see I ; and ehap. 53^, sec. 1 ; for 
Third AsBistant, see Laws of 1863, diap. 33S, aec, 1. 

§ 4. The State Library shall be kept open every day in the year, Sundays 
excepted, during suoh hours in each day aa the trustees of the said library may 
direct. Laws of 1844; Chap, 256, SSI, 5 

§ 5. The librarian shall he constant in his personal attendance upon the 
library during the hours it shall be directed to be kept open, and shall peiform 
such other duties as may bo imposed by law or by the rules and legulations 
which may be prescribed by the said trustees. Same chapter, sec 6 

§ 6. The acting trustees will from time to time give directions to the librarian 
in relation to the proper and safe keeping of the boobs, maps, chartf, and other 
property belonging to the said library; and may, by way of amercement for 
every violation or neglect of duty, suspend or deduct from his salary or emolu- 
ment any part thereof, not exceeding half of it in any one year. 

Laws of 1810 1 Chap. 381, sao. 8. 

5 7- The trustees of the State Library may from time to time sell or exchange 
duplicate or imperfect books belonging to the library, not necessary for the use 
thereof. Laws of I84S : Chap. S6, aeo. 3. 

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viii LAWS AND REGULATIONS 

§ 8. It shall be the duty of the trusteos of tlie State Library annually to 
report to the legislature the manner in which the moneys by them received 
during the year preceding have been expended; together with a true and per- 
fect catalogue of I^ll the hooka, maps and charts whiot have been added to the 
library since the 'date of the last preceding annual report; and whether any, 
and, if so, what books, maps and charts have been lost; and, also, at the end 
of every five years, to report in iilte manner a full and perfect catalogue of all 
the books, maps and charts then remaining in the library. 

Lawaof 1844: Chap. 255, see. 7. 

§ 9. It shall be the duty of the trustees to provide, in their regulations, that 
any member of the senate or assembly, during the session of the legislature, or 
during the sitting of the court for the correction of errors*, or of the senate 
only, shall be permitted, under proper restrictions, forfeitures and penalties, 
to take to his boarding-house or private room any book belon^ng to the library, 
■ except such books as the trustees shall determine are necessary always to be 
kept ia the library as books of reference; but no member of the legislature 
shall be permitted to take or detain from the library more than two volumes at 
at any one time. R. 8. Pait 1, cbupter 8, title 8, aeu. 6. 

§ 10, Betbre the President of the senate, or the Speaker of the assembly, 
shall grant to any member a certificate of the time of his attendance, he shall 
be satisfied that such member has returned all books taken out of the library 
by him, and has settled all accounts for flues for injuring such books or other- 

§ 11. It shall also be the duty of the trustees to provide in their regulations 
that no book, map, or other publication sliall be at any time taken out of the 
library by any other person than a member of the legislature, for any purpose 
whatever. Same title, sea 8. 

§ 12. The heads of the several departments, and the trustees of the State 
Library, shall have the same right to take books from the library, as is now 
enjoyed by members of the legislature. Laws of 1845; Chap. 85, eeo. 1. 

§ 13. The judges of the court of appeals, and the justices of the supreme 
court, shall be allowed to take books from the library under the same regula- 
tions as the members of the legislature. Lam of 1848: Chap. 262, est. S. 

ConcTtrrent Resolution qf the Senate and Assembly, April S, 1858. 
(Lnws of 1856, p. 364.) 
Resolved, That the Trustees of the State Library be authorized and required 
to close the said library for the period of fifteen days in each year, to wit, from 
the fifth to the twentieth day of August, for the purpose of cleaning and dusting 
the books of the said library, and for making suofi internal arrangements as 
the trustees may think proper. 



1, The Library shall be open to the public daily as required by law (Sundays 
and fifteen days from the fifth to the twentieth of August excepted), fromtho 
hour of nine m the morning till five in the afternoon; and during the sessions 
of the Legislature, till sis in the afternoon, except on Saturdays, when it will 
be closed at five. While the Court of Appeals, or any general term of the 
Supreme Court, is in session at the Capitol during the recess of the Legislature, 
the Law Library will be open till eight o'clock in the afternoon, except on 
Saturdays as aforesaid. 

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2. It shall be the duty of the Librarian and the Assistant Librarians, care- 
fully to preserve the books, maps, efiarts, engravings, manuscripts, medals, 
furniture, and other property belonging to the Library. They will be severally 
held accountable for the fiill value of every article missing from their respective 
flapartmentSj and for every injury except from ordinary use, unless it can be 
shown that some other person la responsible for snch loss or injury : the amonot 

, of such loss or injury to be deducted from the salary of such ofBcer, pursuant 
to section 3 of chapter 381 of the Laws of 1840. 

3. Whenever the Library ia open, the Librarian and Assistant Librarians 
shall be in attendance: they shall preserve order, and exclude, if necessary, 
any disorderly person; they shall prevent smoiiing, loud talking, and all noise 
inappropriate to the quietness of a place of study. 

4. Any person who wishes to obtain any book for perusal in the General 
Library, will be furnished at the desk of the Librarian in attendance, with a 
card, on which he will inscribe from the Catalogue the title of the book desired, 
and bis own name. The book thus received must not be taken from the library 
hall: on returning it to the Librarian's desk, the card will be given up; othei'- 
wise the party will remain responsible for the book. The Librarians will exer- 
cise a proper discrimination as to the delivery of auch books as they may judge 
liable to be injured. Manuscripts, rare and valuable books and plates are 
excluded from this rule: they will be shown only on special application to the 
Librarian in charge, and under such regulations as tlie circumstances of each 
case may, in his judgment, require. 

5. In compliance with the provisions of the statute above set forth, any 
member of tho Senate or Assembly, during the session of the legislature or of 
the Senate only, is permitted, under the restrictions, forfeitures and penalties 
hereinafter mentioned, to take to his boarding-house or private room any book 
belonging to the Library, except such as are herein determined to be necessary 
always to be kept in the library as books of reference. The Judges of the Court 
of appeals, the Justices of the supreme court, the Heads of the several depart- 
ments,, and the Trustees of the Library, have, by statute, the same right to 
take books from the Library, and under the same regulations as the members 
of the Legislature. No book, map, manuscript, or other article belonging to 
the Library, shall be at any time taken out of the library by any other person, 
for any purpose whatever. The restrictions and terms above referred to are 
contained in the nest three rules. 

6. No book can be taken from the Library, until its title, and the name of 
the person taking it, have been registered by the Librarian. A card must also 
be given for it, in the manner required by the fourth rule. 

8. If, on reasonable notice from the Librarian or ather of the Assistant 
Librarians that the time fur which any book or books taken or detained has 
expired, any person shall omit to return to the Lilffary any such book or hooka 
for more, than three days after such notice shall have been given; or if any 
book, map, chart, engraving, medal, or other article belonging to the Library 
be lost or destroyed, or so far injured as to be equivalent, in the judgment of 
the Librarian or Assistant Librarian in charge, to a total loss for the purposes 
of the Library; the person by whom such loss, destruobion or injury'has been 
occasioned, or who shall foil to make auch return, shall be charged the fiill 
value of the book or article go lost, destroyed, injured or not retnrned; and in 
case of the loss of a book, or its not being returned, if it belong to a set of two 
or more volumes, he shall be chare^ed the value of the whole set, or as much as 
it may cost to perfect it, at the election of the Library Committee. For any 
injury not amounting to destruction to any book, map, chart, engraving, medal 
or other article as aforesaid, the person causing the same slmll pay a sum suf- 
ficient to compensate for such injury. This rale shall be of general application. 
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9. The Trustees hereby declare, agreeably to tie provisions of the Eeyised 
Statutes, that tlie following books are always to be kept in the Library as boblis 
of referenee, to wit: All the books in the Law Library; and, in the General 
Library, all dictionaries, encyclopsedias, registers, directories, newspapers, 
maps and ei^ayings, andbooks which arBTaluabie for their rarity or antiquity. 

10. Books of reference referred to in the preceding article, cannot be taken 
from the Library; except that during the sessions of the Legislature or of the 
Courts, any member thereof may take to any room in the Oapitol any such 
book, on leaving a card for the same as required by the fourth rule, after being 
duly registered. The book must be returned on the same day on which it ia . 
taken. 

11. No books belonging to the Law Library can be taken to the General 
Library for perusal; nor are books, maps, engravings, or any other article 
belonging to the General Library, to be taken to the Law Library for perusal 
or examination. 

12. For the.better preservation from injury of the more costly collections of 
engravings, and the rare works and maps oelonging to the Library, neither the 
Librarian nor the Assistant Librarians shall exhibit them to any person other 
than those authorized to take books from the Library, except on a written 
request from a member of the Joint Library Committee of tho Senate and As- 
sembly, the Speaker of the Assembly, or one of the Trustees of the Ijbrary 
or the Secretary. 

13. Three days before the day fixed for the adjournment of any session of 
the Legislature, or of the Senate only, the Librarian shall address a note to 
each member of the Legislature or of the Senate, as the case may be, having 
any book belonging to the Library, requesting the return thereof within twenty- 
four hours. 

14. After the expiration of the said twenty-four hours, the Librarian shall 
immediately make out a list of the members of each house who have omitted 
to return any books belonging to the Library, specifying the volumes retained 
by each; and a list of those against whom any charges for any injury to or loss 
of books exist, stating the amount of them ; which list shall be alpnabetically 
arranged according to the names of the respective members, and shall be cer- 
tified to be correct. To the President of the Senate, the Librarian shall forth- 
with deliver the list relating to that body; and the list containing the names 
of the members of the Assembly, he shall forthwith deliver to the Speaker; 
and upon each list shall be written a copy of the section of tho Revised Statutes 
in regard to this matter above set forth. 

15. Twenty days before the opening of any annual session of the Legislature, 
the Librarian shall report in writing to the Trustees the title of every book, 
map, chart, print, engraving, or other article missing from the Library since 
the catalogue of the previous year was made out, or, if no such catalogue has 
been made, then since the date of the said Librarian's last annual report to the 
trastees; together with the name or names of the persons who appear, from 
the entries of the Librarian, to have borrowed or detained the same, to the end 
that such list may be submitted to the Legislature by the Trustees. 

16. AH penalties imposed under any of these rules may be remitted by the 
Library Committee, either whollj, or on such terms as they may deem, proper. 



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CATALOGUE. 



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EXPLANATIONS. 

Tbh titles of books will b f d d tli m f th thor, Etite, society, coBven- 

tion, etc., publiahing th m th m b g g ! Iphabetically. State Docu- 

menta being in the LwLb j ittg mtby individuals ere oooaeion- 

ally osceptcd from thil— mffg thp ceded by De, Ln, Les, Du, 

or DeB, are entered il tb p B —A m b k , are inserted in the same 

alphttbetioal order w th th m f tl 1 tb Brat word of the title poge not 

an artiole or a prep t A ym 1 gr ph pi ocd under the name of the 

1 d d th ] cifie names, or those of the 



SabJBct'Index.—I th I J f 11 wi g th r^t 1 g tbo snbjeots of the books are 
arranged alpbabetioaU d bb t d t tl f 11 th books and pamphlets plaoed 

under the snbject. Tp h h t m tl t 1 dy iudesed by the heading 

in the oatalague, are not usually repeated lu the Index. The Catalogues, Dictionaries, 
BnoyolopiediaSi Newspapers, I'oriediea.la, Society Tranaactions, etc., recorded in the cata- 
logue, are grouped together under those names in the Indes. Cross -referanees to cognate 
subjocts, and from the popular to the soientiflo name, and vice fersa, are constantly 



Italios in the body of a title are additions by the editor ; as are also the namoa of 
authors of anonymous publieations when in similar tjpe- 

indicate omissioixs made in the title, Omiasiona in titles ot discourses and reports 

[ ] Brackets cnolofing a heading indicate that the edition of which the title follows 
was published anonymously. Braelieta enclosing titles indicMc that the volume was ool- 
leeted and its titlo prepared in the Library. Brnokets enclosing a cross -referenoe indi- 

f dn obelisk after a heading indioates that the same heading or name may be found in 
the Catalogue of 1855. 

E", 8°, 1S°, etc., refor to the apparent siao of a volume, and not to the absolute fold- 
ing of the sheets. 

V. Volume or volumes. 

p, follows numbers, representing the number of pages of which a work or a volume ia 
composed. 

Aim., Cat., Pam., indicate tlia oollectioDS of volumes of Almanacs, Catalognes and 
Pamphlets. 

W. C, harden ColUetJon; B. C, Bleeoker GoUeotion. 



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CATALOGUE 

IE¥-TOEK STATE LIBEARY. 



GENERAL LIBMRT : FIRST SUPPLEMENT, 1855 - 1860. 

ABC (Tho), or Alphabetical Railway Guide : showing at a glance 
how aad when you can go from London. . .and return. . .and a new 
map of the railways and telegraphs of Great Britain. Feb. 1854. 
London, 130 p. 12".— For 1853. Pam. v. 230. 

A., M. See Letter to E. Peel on the Church. 1832. 

A., P. See Strictures on Count Dal Poazo's Italians. 1834. 

! zaajer ,,. Predikatien. 

Q-eestlyke mengelstoffen. Amsterdam, 1754. 2 v. in 1. 18". 

ABBOTt (Abiel), B.D. Letters written in the interior of Cuba, between 

the mountains of Arcana to the East, and Cuseo, to the West. . . . 

1823. Boston, 1829. 8°. 
Abbot, George, Arckbp. A Briefe description of the whole world. . . . 

Written by the Eight Beverend. .George, late Archbishop of Can- 

terburie. London, 1635. 355 p. 18°. 



Abbott (Henry), M.D. Catalogue of a Collection of Egyptian Anti- 
quities, the property of : now exhibiting at the Stuyvesant Insti- 
tute. New-York, 1853. 72 p. 8". Pam. v. 227, 489. 

ABBOTTt, Jacob. The importance of sympathy between the Mother 
and the Child : An address delivered before the N.T. Maternal 
Association. 12 p. 12°. Pam. v. 491. 

Abbott!, John 8. G. IJapoleon at St. Helena ; or interesting anecdotes 
and remarkable conversations of the Emperor during the five and a 
half years of his captivity, collected from the memorials of Las 
Casas, O'Mcara, Moatholon, Antommarehi, and others. With illu- 
■ strations. . .New-York, Harper & Brothers, 1855. 8°. 

History of King Philip, Sovereign Chief of the Wampanoags ; 

including the early history of the settlers of New-England. With 
engravings. New-York, Harper & Brothers, 1857- 410 p, 12". 

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Abernbthy, Rev. .Tolin. Sermon, Eeligious obedience : Rom. siv, 

19 ; at Belfast. London, 1820. 8". Pam. v. 367. 
Abij;kee. a Letter in reply to some remarks on " Soul, spirit and 

mind" London, 1345. 45 p. 12°. Pam. v. 306. 

Abihotoh Baptist Association : Minutes, 1811, 15, 17, 20, 26, 27, 

28, 29. PHnted at Bethany, Dnndaff, Wilkesbarre, etc. Pam. v. 466. 
Aboab, David. A short. . .Introduction to Christianity, . .Published 

first at Venice in Arabic and Italian . . . Translated into English"ty 

D. Aboab, lately converted fi-om Judaism . . . London, 1750. 30 p. 8". 
. Pam. V. 321. 
About, Edmond. The Roman Question. Trans, by Mrs, A, T, Wood. 

Ed. with an Introd. by E. N. Kirk, D.D. Boston, 1859. 308 p. 12°. 
Abbabanel, Solomon, Pseud. The Complaint of the Children of 

Israel; representing their grievances under the penal laws... 4th 

ed. Satire ontke dissenters. London, 1736. 39 p. S". Pam. v. 321. 

AbkEg^ de l'hibtoiee anoienne. . . a I'uaage dea Aleves de I'lilcole 
militaire. Bruxelles, 1825. 189 p. 18°.— Abr6g6 de la Fable, k 
I'usage de I'iloole militaire. Par ie P^re Jouvency. Bruxelles, 1821. 
119 p. 18". Pam. v. 625. 

ABRftaB DE l'histoibe de la patrib, par demandes et par reponses. 
Traduit du HoUandois. Amsterdam, 1759. 208 p. 18°. 

Abttlfed* Annales Muslemici, arabice et latine. Opera et studiia 
I. I. Reiskii. . .nunc primuni cdidit I. G-. C. Adler. Hafnije, 1789- 
1792. 4 V. 4°. 

Agademia EI/ECT. Scien. et El. Litt. Theodoro-Palatina, See 
Codex, etc. 

Academia LuODtTNO - Batava. Museum Anatomicum Academise 
Lugduao-Batavffi, deseriptum ab Edwardo Sandifort. Vol. I, II, 

III, IV. Lugduni-Batavorum, apud S. et J. Luchtmans, AeademiEe 
typographoa, 1793 - 1827. 4 v. imp. fol. 

Academia SpEOirLtrM ; the history and mystery of Mr. Sf arewater. 
London, Palmer, 1830. 64 p. 8°. Pam. v. 314. 

Academician (The), periodical. Containing the elements of scholaatio 
science and the outlines of philosophic edacation, predicated on the 
analysis of the human mind, and exhibiting the improved methods 

of instruction. By Albert Picket. . .and John W. Picket. *** 

Kew-York, Vol. I, Feb. 7, 1818 - Jan. 29, 1820. 1 v. roy. 8°. 

AcAD^MiE DE l'Industrie. Exposition , . . Catalogue des produita 
admis . . . Paris, 1836. 114 p. 18". Para. v. 615. 

AcADtMiE DES SCIENCES, France. See Institut de France. 

AcAD^MiE ( Nationale) iMpeitiALB DE5 Sciences, Belles-lettres 
ET Arts de Lyon : Classe des sciences. Nouvelle aerie. Tome I — 

IV. Lyon, 1851 - 66. 6 v. 8". 

AOADlSMIEt ROTALE DBS SCIENCES, DES LeTTKES ET BES BeATJX- 

Arts de Belgique : Annuaire, 1853, 1854. Bruxeiles. 2 v. 12°. 
+. "Momoires. Tome 27, 30. Bruxelles, 1853, 57. 2 v. 4°. 



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FIRST SUPPLEMENT. 3 

ACADfiMIEt ROYALE DES SoiBNCES, DES LeTTRES ET DES BeAUX 

Arts de Belgique : M^moires eouronu^a. Tome 2T, 28. BrRxclles, 
1856,56. 2 v.4'>. 

t. Bulletina. Vol. 19, part 3 ; -vol. 20, parts 1, 2, 3 ; v. 21, p. 1 ; 

V. 22, p. 2 ; V. 23, p. 1, 2. 1852 - 56. 8 v.— Annexe aus Bulletins, 
1853 - 54. 1 V. — 9 V. 8". 

AOADBMY. See Institut ; Kaiserliche ; Koninklijke, ete. 

AoADEMTt OP Natural Soibnces of Philadelphia. Act of incor- 
poration and hy-la-yis ; and members. Philadelphia, 1857. 38 p. 8". 

Proceedings. Vol- 7, 8, 9, 10 : 1854 to 1858. Philadelphia . . 

1856 - 59. 4 y. 8". 

Journal. Vol. Ill, 2d series. Philadelphia, 1855 - 58. S81 p. 

4°, and plates. 

Catalogue of Human Crania, in the collection of the Academy ; 

based upon the third edition of Dr. Morton's "Catalogue of Sculls," 
&c. By. J. Aitken Meiga, M.D., Librarian ... *** Philadelphia, 
1857. 112 p. S". 

AocouHT of Carolina, by S. Wilson, 1682. See Carroll's Hist. Coll. 

AcooiTNi?{An) of all the manors, messuages, lands, tenements, and 
hereditaments in the different counties of England and Wales, held 
by lease from the Crown . . . with the names of the lessees ... To 
which is added an Appendix never before printed, containing an 
abstract ... of the land reyenue of the Crown in Queen Mary's time, 
with a compendium of the whole revenues and profits of the Crown 
in the reign of Queen Elizabeth. As also a Calendar to the surveys 
of the estates of King Charles the 1^', his Queen and the Prince of 
Wales. . . London, 1787. 89 p. ob. fol. 

Account (An) of memorials presented to Congress . . . praying that 
mails may not be transported, nor post-ofiices kept open on the 
Sabbath. Boston, 1829. 32 p. 8". Pam. v. 490. 

Account (An) of several late voyages and discoveries : I, Sir John 
Narborough's voyage to the South Sea ; II, Captain Tasman's . . . ; 
III, Captain Wood's. . . ; IV, E. Marten's voyage to Spitzbergen 
and Greenland ... To which are added a large introduction and 
supplement, containing short abstracts of other voyages into those 
parts. Illustrated with exact charts and curious figures. The second 
edition. London, 1724. xxsvi, 191, 224 p. 1 v. 8".- 

Account (An) of the growth of Deism in England. , . .By Mev. Wil- 
liam Stephens. London, 1696. 82 p. 4". Pam. v. 358. 

Account of the misfortunes of the Dauphin. See Normandie, Dtike of. 

Account (An) shewing the progress of the Colony of Georgia in Ame- 
rica, from its first establishment : Signed, Benj. Martyn, By order, 
SfC. London, printed in the year 1741. 71 p. ?•. Also in Georgia 
Hist. Soc. Coll., V. 2 ; and Force's Tracts, v. 1. 

Aosii.LEa Tatius : Olitopho and Leucippe. See Heliodorus, 

AcKLAND, G. T. Sermon, Univ. of Camb. : Rom. i, 29. Camb. 1829. 
8". Pam. V. 377. 

AcKLAND, T. D,. Oratio numismate annuo Peeiiano dignata, et in 
Scholas Harroviensis auditorio reciUta. .1826. . .Loudon, 1826. 8". 
Pam. V. 395. 



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4 GENERAL LIBRARY. 

Adam, Alexander. Adam's Latin Grammar, with numerous additions 

and improYomonts . . .By C. D. Clevoland, A.M. Prof.. . . N.Y. 1st 

ed. Philadelphia, 1836. 840 p. 12°. 

Another copy. Stereotype ed. rhU'a, 1837. 320 p. 12^ 

Adam, Rev. Thomas. Missionary's farewell sermon : 2 Cor. siii, 11. 

la. of Trinidad. London, 1823. 8". Pam. v. 377. 

The Missionary's appeal to the religious pnblio. . .the 

the island of Trinidad. . . London, 1824. 8". Pam. v. 384. 

Adams County Asrioulttjrai. Society. 
Quincy {Illinois), 1855. 42 p. IS''. Pam. v 

ADAMSt, Amos. Songs of Victory directed by human compassion and 
qualified with christian henevolence ; in a sermon delivered at Rox- 
Dury, October 25, 1759, on the general thanksgiving for the success 
of His Majesty's arms, more particularly in the reduction of Quebec 
... by Amos Adams, A.M. Pastor. . .Roxbury. *** Boston, Edes 
& Gill, 1759. 29 p. 8". 

A concise historical view of the perils . . . which have attended 

the planting. . .of New-England. . .With reflections. . . In two dis- 
courses, preached at Roxbury on the general fast, April 6, 1709. . . 
by Amos Adams, A.M. Pastor of the first church in Roxbury ***. 
Boston, Knecland & Adams, 1769. 66 p. 8°. 

Another copy : imperfect, p. 9 — 64. Pam. v. 288. 

Adams, Charles P. Texas and the MasaaohnsettB resolutions. Boston, 
1844. 54 p. 8". Pam. v. 526. 

Address at Quincy. See Massachusetts Gonv. 

Adams, Edwin G. An historical discourse : 100th AuniTersary. .. . 

of the Eirst Congregational church in Templeton, Mass.. . .Boston, 

1857. 175 p. 8°. 
Adams, George. Directories. See Massachusetts ; Boston ; Salem, etc. 
Adams, Eeo. G. E. Sermon . . . Machias, June 23, 1841, before the 

Maine Missionary Society. . .Portland, 1841. 8". Pam. v. 267. 
Adams+, Miss Hannah. Letters on the Gospels. Cambridge, Mass. 

1824. 18°. ■ 

A View of Religions, in two parts. Part I. Containing an al- 
phabetical compendium of the various religious denominations. . . . 
from the beginning of the Christian era. . . . Part II. Containing a 
brief account of the different schemes of religion now embraced... . 
The second edition...*** Boston, J. W. Folsom (1790?). 8". 

The History of the Jews from the destruction of Jerusalem to 

the nineteenth century, Boston, 1812. 2 v. 12°. 

Adamb (John), D.D. Sermon, H. of Commons, Nov. 5, 1096 : -Dan. 
iii, 28. Lond. 40. Pam. y. 361. 

Sermon before Eton Coll. graduates, Dec. 8, 1702 : Matt- xxv, 

30. London, 4". Pam. v. 361. 

Sermon, Mar. 19, 1707 ; John vi, 67, 68. London, 1709. 8". 

Pam. V. 363. 

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AnAMS (Jolm), B.D. 

ScrmoTi, OonHeeration of Bp. of Asaph, June 6, 1708 ; Jer. in, 

15. London, 8". Pam. v. 364. 

AdamsI, Joha. ne Works of John Adams, Second President of tho 
United States ; with a Life of the author, Notes and Illustrations, 
by his grandson Charles Francis Adams. Vol. I ; Vol. IX, Boston, 
1856. a V. 8" 2 copies. 

Adams, Sev. John. Epistle {poetical) to E,ev. E. Turell, on the death 
of Mrs. TifveU, 1735. 6 p. See Colman ( B.), Two sermons. 

ADAMst, John Q. An Oration pronounced July 4'", 1793, at the re- 
quest of the inhubitants of the town of Boston...*** Boston, 1793. 
16 p.'8». 

Address, MasaaohusettsCharitahle Tire Society. .2d ed. Boston, 

1802. 8". Pam. v. 514. 

Report of the Committee appointed to inquire into the facts 

relating to the conduct of John Smith, a senator of the United States 
from the State of Ohio, as an alleged associate of Aaron Burr. Seu. 
Doc. Washington, 1808. 8". 

Argument. . .S. C. of U.S. in the case of. . .Cinque and others, 

Africans, captured in the Schooner Amistad. . . New- York, 1841. 
135 p. 8". Pam. v. 462. 

Lives of celebrated statesmen, hy John Quincy Adams, LL.D.; 

with a sketch of the author, by the Rev. Charles W. Upbam. New- 
Tork, W. H. Graham, 1846. 105 p. 8^ 



AcAMst (Nehemiah), D.X). Sermon preached to the Essex-street con- 
gregation, Boston, March 21, 1841. Boston, 1841. 8°. Pam. v. 80. 
— A Letter to Rev. Ezra S. Gannett of Boston, occasioned by his 
Tract on Atonement. 3d ed. Boston, 1841. 12". Pam. v. 262. 

... 4c*s s.xn, 8. Boston, 

The Life of John Eliot ; with an account of the early missionary 

efforts among the Indians of New- England. Boston. .1847. 18°. 

A Sermon. ..Tltiea (New- York), Sept. 11, 1865. . .Am. Board of 

Comm. for For. Miss 46th Ann. Meeting Boston, 1855. 8°. 

Pam. V. 288. 

Adams, Thomas F. Typographia ; or the Printer's Instructor : A 
Brief Sketch of the origin, rise and progress of the typographic art, 
with practical directions for conducting every department in an 
office, hints to authors, publishers, etc. 3d ed. Philadelphia, 1845. 
282 p. 12°. 
- Adams (William), D.D. Funeral Address on E. Mason, 1851. See 
Cox, S. H. 

ASermo 

Comm. for For. Miss 44fch Ann. Meeting. '. 

v. 288. 

Man the minister of God : Sermon, For. Miss. Soc. of New-York 

and Brooklyn. And 28th Report. New-York, 1855. 8°. Para. v. 525. 



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Adams (William), D.D. 

Madiaon Square Ghnrch : Lr.tters, Jan. 1, 1858, 1859. 12, 16 

p. 12°. Pam. V. 495. 

Adamson, John. Bibliotheea Lnsitana; of Catalogue of books and 

tracts, relating to the history, literature and poetry of Portugal ; 

forming part of the library of . . . . Newcastle- on- Tjne . . Hodgson, 

1836, Q fasciculi, 115 p. 12-. 
Adamson (John), M.D. The cause and cure of Asiatic or Malignant 

cholera. London, 1851, 40 p. 8°. Pain. v. 405. 

Addbelet (0. B.), M.P. Statement of the present Capo of Good 
Hope case. London, 1851. 36 p. 8". Pam. v. 434. 

Punishment is not education : A BoTJew of a charge on the 

subject of tickets of leave, by D. M, Hill. London, 1856. 30 p. 8°. 
Pam. V. 403. 

Addington, Henvy. Speech : Comm. of ways and means, Dec. 10, 

1802. London, 1803. S". Pam. v. 440. 
ADDisONt, Joseph. Works. Vol. 5, 6. London, Bokn, 1856. 2 v. 12-. 
-; — Ca.to, a tragedy. Glasgow, 1761. 12°.— The Drummer, or the 

Haunted House, a comedy. London, 1751. 12°. Pam. v. 621. 

Adi>bess (An) from the Clergy of New- York and New-Jersey to the 
Episcopalians in Virginia, occasioned by some late transactions in 
that colony relative to an American episcopate. *** By Myles Coo- 
per, D.D.? New-York, Gaine, 1771. 58 p. 8". 

Addeess from the Committee appointed at Mrs. Vandewater's, on the 
13th day of September 1784, to the People of the State of New- 
York. New- York, Shepard Kollock, 1784. 16 p. 8-. 

Address of a part of the democratic delegation in Congress, from the 
State of New- York, to their constituents. Washington, 1854. 8". 
Pam. V. 197. 

Address of the Committee appointed by a public meeting, held at 
Faneuil Hall, Sept. 24, 1846, for the purpose of considering the 
recent case of kidnapping from onr soil, and of taking n 
prevent the recurrence of smilar outrages ; with an 
ton, 1846. 8, 42 p. 8°. Pam. v. 237. 



of the Committee of the City of New- York, acting under the 
authority of the General Committee of Correspondence of the State 
of New- York, in support of the nomination of the Hon. De Witt 
Clinton to the presidency of the United States at the ensuing elec- 
tion. New-York, 1812. S". Pam. v. 259. 

Addeess of the Convention to the Legislature of the State of New- 
York, on the subject of the Great State Road, held at Newburgh, 
Oct. 19, 1825 (1826). New-York, 1827. 20 p. Pam. v. 281. 

Address (The) of the People of Great Britain, to the Inhabitants of 
America. By Sir John Datry-mpte? London, 1776. 60 p. 8". 

Address of the Protestants of Ireland, to the People of England. 
1829. 1 p. f". Pam. v. 1104. 

Address of the State Convention of Delegates on the subject of 

the approaching presidential election. Albany, 1828. 8°. Pam. v. 197. 



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Address (Ad) of the twelve United Colonies of North America, by 
tkeir representatives in Congress, to the People of Ireland. Phila- 
delphia, Bradford, 1775. 10 p. 8". 

Address (An) to H. E. H. the Prince of Wales, on . . , imprisonment 

for debt. . .with sketches taken from real life. London, 1783. 44 p. 

18°. Pam. V. 617. 
Address (An) to Lord Teignmouth, Pros, of the B. & T". Bible Society 

. . . By a Country Clergyman. T/iomas Sikes. London,' 1805. 8". 

Pam. V. 383. ■ 
Addkess (An) to Protestant dissenters, 'on the ovigin and influence of 

the regium donum. 1774. London (1792). 12". Pam. v. 320. 
AuDRBSS (An) to the Bishops, upon the subject of a late letter from 

one of their lordships. . .with the letter prefixed. Bt/ John Sismty, 

J).D. London, 1790. 8". Pam. v. 323. 
Address (An) to the Citizens of New-York, on the claims of Columbia 

College and the New University to their patronage. New-York, 

1830. 10 p. 8". Pam. ¥. 249. 
Address to the Citiaens of Norfolk county, exposing the absurdity of 

the present war, and the benefits of peace, . . -By a Republican of 

Norfolk, and a friend to peace, liberty and commerce. 12 p. 8", 

Pam. V. 259. 
Address to the Fair Daughters of the United States, calling on them 

for their advice and interest in the present important crisis. New- 
. York,. 1811. 14 p. 8". Pam. v. 199. 
Address to the Independent Electors of the State of New- York, on 

the present state of public afiairs, and on the ensuing general elec- 
tion. Albany, Websters & Skinner (1810). 14 p. 8". Pam. v. 197. 
Addkesb (An) to the Inhabitants of Fakenham and its vicinity. Fa- 

kenham, Eng. 1825. 8°. Pam. v. 314. 

Address (An) to the Inhabitants of Pennsylvania, by those freemen of 

. . . Philadelphia who are now confined ... by virtue of a general 

warrant. . . Signed J. Pemherton et al- Philadelphia, E, Bell, 1777. 

52 p. 8". 
Address (An) to thelnhabitantsof the British settlements in America, 

upon slave-keeping. 2d ed. To which are added. Observations, etc. 

By a Pennsylvanian. Beiij. Rush, M.D. Phil'a^ 1773. 29 p. 12*. 
Address (An) to the Inhabitants of the two great cities of London 

and Westminster, in relation to a pastoral letter ... of the Bishop of 

London, .on infidelity. London, 1729. 76 p. 8*>. Pam. v. 318. Also, 

See Gibson, B. 
Address (An) to the King. . . . shewing the various causes of the late 

and present distresses of trade. . . with the . . .cure. . . .Greenwieh, 

1822. 30 p. 8". Pam. v. 425. 
Address (An} to the majority of the House of Commons. Loud. 1784. 

26 p. 8". Pam.T.4U. 
Address (An) to the Ministers and Congregations of the Presbyterian 

and Independent perswasiona in the tJ. S. of America. By a member 

of the Episcopal ehuroli. Bp. S. Sea.hnry.**'' Printed in the year 

1790. 55 p. V2.'. 



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Address to the People of Great Britain, explanatory of our comraereial 
relations with the Empire of Ohina. . . .By a Visitor to China, Lon- 
don, 1836. 127 p. 8". Paiu. v. 415. 

Address to the People of Great Britain, on the propriety of ahstaining 
from West-India sugar and rum,. 8th ed. London and New-¥ovk, 
1792. 12". Pam. v. 103. 

Address (An) to the People of Scotland, on the necessity of an imme- 
diate application to Parliament for a Scots' militia- Edinb. 1792. 
8°. Pam. V. 411. 

Address (An) to the People of the American States who choose elec- 
tors. . . To which is added, a short sketch of the biography of Gen. 
George OUnton, and several essays. Washington city, 1808. 54 p. 8°. 

Address to the People of the United States (of members of Congress 
who opposed the passage of the bill to organise the Territories of 
Nebraska and Kansas). June 1854. 4 p. 8°. Pam. v. 561. 

Address (An) to the Soldiery of Great Britain (1795?). 4 p.- 8°. Pam. 
V. 448. 

Address to the Voters of the Fifth Cong. District of Maryland .... 
Also, a Reply to the Hon. Isaac M'Kim, Rep, in the Cong. U.S. from 
that district. Baltimore, 1834. 31 p. 8°. Pam. v. 197. 

Adelphi Theological Sooiett : Regulations. Edinburgh, 1807. 8°. 

Adieohdaok Ikon and Steel Company : Circular. New-York, 
1854. 47 p. 8°. Plans. Pam. v.205, 520. 

Admonition (An) to the Younger Clergy ; shewing the expediency of, 
1, Propriety ; 2, Temperance ; 3, Assiduity ; 4, Candor. London, 
1764. 56 p. 8". Pam. v. S38. 

AdorNO, J. N, M^lographie ; on Nouvelle notation musicale : Par 
Juan-Nepomuceno Adorno. Paris, 1855. 39 p. and piatc in 4°. 

Adventures of Lilly Dawson ; or the Smugglers of the Mill. New- 
York, 1852. 118 p. 8". Pam. v. 496. 

Abvektisements of trades, inventions, institutions, etc. Pam. v- 16, 
1014. 

Advice to a Son at the University, designed for holy orders. By a 
Clergyman. Eec. T. Curteis. London, 1725. 91 p. 8o. Pam. y.338. 

Abvice from a Bishop ; in a series of letters to a young clergyman. 
*** London, 1759. 112 p. 12". Pam. v. 300. 

Advice to a young student, 1760. See [ Waterland, D.]. 

Advice to the Confuter of ■Bellarmin, with some considerations upon 

the antiquity of the Church of England. London, 1687- 12 p. sm. 

4°. Pam. V. 355. 

.^SLES. The Letters of ^gles, addressed to the Hon. J. O.Spencer, 
Chairman of the Bank Committee. . . . Originally published in the 
Eed. Gaa. ...Baltimore, 1819. 64 p. 8". Pam, v. 463. 

.^LiANus. .Sliani Taria Historia, Heraclidis Pontlei et Nicolai Da- 
iui qiiie supersunt. Lipsije, C. Tauehnitii, 1829. 18". 



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^NBAS SiLVirs PiccoLOMiNi, Fius II. Pii H. Pontificia 

Histoiia rervm vbicive gestarvm, cvra loeorym deseriptione non finita. 
Asia miaor ineipit. /?i_^He.. . . Venetiis dedita ; per Johannem de 
colonia sociiwnq. eiua Johanneiu Manthen Gherretaem anno millesimo 
cooclxxvii. 105 leaves f". With, 

Abbreviatio Pii Pont. Mas, svpra Decades Blondi ab inclinationo 

imperii Ysqvc ad terapora Joliannis Tieesimi tercii Pont. Max. libri 
XX. 1481. 155 leaves. In 1 v. f . 

.^OLUS ; or the Constitutional Politician. With the Eemaria of a Briton 
on the trial of the Irish chairmen ... In a letter to S. Urban, esq. 
London, Bladon, 1770. 183 p. 8". Pam. v. 451. 

^sCHTLUst. .^sohyli Septem contra Thebaa, ad fideni manuseriptorum 
emendavit, notas et gloasarinm adjecit 0- J.BIomfield. . .Ed. sccunda 
...Cantabrigise,1817. With, ^schyli Persse, em. 0. J. Blomfield. 
Ed. secunda. Cantabrigise, 1818, And, ^schyli Prometheus vinotus 
. . .em. G. J. Blomfield. . .Ed. qninta. Londini, 1829. In 1 v. 8°. 

^sehyli Agamemnon : ad fidem manuseriptorum emendavit, 

notas et glossariura adjecit C. J. Blomfield . , . Ed. secunda. Canta- 
brigise, 1822. With, ^schyli Choephorce. . .em. C. J.BIomfield. . 
Cantabrigise, 1824. In 1 v. 8". 

Afi'o', P.Ireneo. Vita di Vespasiano G-onaaga, Duoa diSabionetta. .. 

Con gli Annali Ebreo-tipografici di Sabionetta, del signore dottore 

Uiambornardo De-Bossi. . . .Parma. .1780. 168 p. 4". 
Aflbck's ( T.) Southern Bural Almanac. Washington, Adams county, 

Miss. 1854. Aim. v. 35. 
AprioanI Institution. Sixteenth Report of the Directors. .May 1822. 

With an aeeonnt of the proceedings at the annual meeting, and an 

appendix. London, 1822. 8°. 

A Review of the Colonial slave registration acts, in a report. . . 

Feb. aa, 18^0. 139 p. 8". Pam. v. 435. 

Afkioan (The) Trade, the great pillar and support of the British 
plantation trade in America : shewing , . . what the Boyal African 
Company have a natural right to hope for this session of Parliament, 
from their country, , .against the French. , ,In a letter to the Right 
Honourable ***. , . , London, 1745. 44 p. 4°. 

AQABsrzt, Louis. Contributions to the Natural History of the United 
States of America. . . . Boston, 1857. 2 v. gr. 4". Contents : 
First Monograph, in three parts : I, Essay on Classification; II, North- 
American Testudiuata; III, Embryology of the Turtle, with 34 plates. 

Bibliographia Zoologije. Vol, 3, See Ray Soc. publications. 

An Introduction to the study of natural history, in a series of 

lectures Also, A biographical notice .... New-York, Tribune 

buildings, 1847. 58 p. 8". 

Geographical Distribution of Animals. From the Christian Exa- 
miner, Boston, March 1850. 8^ Pam. v. 255. 

Agricola. Letters on free trade, addressed to the public. London 

(1845?). 39 p. 8". Pam. V.424. 
Agricultore, Commerce and Manufactures. Bo.ston, Nov. 11, 1826. 

22 p: 8". Pam. v. 290. 
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AGRicntTtTBAL Almanaok : Phil'a Soc. for the Prom, of Agr. 1819, 
'20, '21, '23, '25, '26. Aim. y. 35. 

Aqriculturai, Association. The Origin and Proceedings of tte 
Agricultnral associations in Great Britain, in ■whioh their claims to 
protection against foreign produce, duty free, are . . . set forth. . . . 
London, 1819. 46 p. 8". Pam. v. 430. 

N. Y. J. G. Rccd. 

AsuTTER, William. Sermon . . after reading the letter of the Abp. of 
Canterhiji'y, &c., recommending a reduction in the conaumption of 
wheat : Johifwi, 12. London, 1796. 8". Pam. v. 379. 

Aiken, Rev. Silas. Sevmon, Death of Hon, Samijel Huhhard : Heh. 
xi, 4. With appendix. Boston, 1848. 8". Pam. v. 554. 

AiKiNt, John, A View of the life, travels and philanthropic labors of 
the late John Howard, esquire, LL.D., P.R.S. By John Aikin, M.D. 
***. Philadelphia, 1794. With Ode inscrihcd to Johu Howard by 
William Hayley, esquire. Philadelphia, 1794. 196 p. IS''. 

— i- The Calendar of Nature. . for. . young persons. 2d ed. London, 
1785. 18". Pam. V. 605. 

AiKMAN, James. The History of Scotland, from the earliest period to 
the present time. With numerous engravings. Glasgow, Edinburgh, 
London, 1856. 6 v. 8-.— Continued to 1851. 

AlSLABiE, John. Speech of the Hon. J. Aialabie, esquire, upon hia 
defence made in tiio H. of Lords, against the bill for raising money 
upon the estates of the South-Sea directors .... London, 1721. 4". 
— Second Speech, July 24. London, 1721. 4". Pam. v. 253. 

The Case of the Rt. Hon. J. Aislabie. London (1721). 42 p. 4°. 

Pam. V. 253. 

Mr. Aislabie's Two Spocchos considered, with his Tryal at large 

in both Houses of Parliament ; wherein the learned speeches for and 
against him, in the several debates, are faithfully inserted. To which 
are added, Remarks upon a scandalous libel, called a Vindication 

of the honour and justice of Parliament. By W 8 . esquire. 

London, 1721. 24 p. 4°. Pam. v. 254. 

Aitkin, W. B. Remarks, N.Y. Assembly, on the proposition to impose 
a mill-and-an-half tax for the support of Government, 1854. Pam. 
V. 206. 

AiTON, William Townaend. Hortus Kewensis ; or a Catalogue of the 
Plants cultivated in the Royal Botanic Garden at Kew. By the late 
William Aiton. 2d ed. London, 1810, 13. 5 v. 8". 

Akenside, Mark. Poetical Works. With memoir and critical disserta- 
tion by G. GiMllan. Edinburgh, 1857. 8". 

AkeRs, E. i'. Catalogue of library, .auction. London, 1820. P.LII. 
236 p. Cat. V. 94. ' 

Akins, Thomas Beamish. Prize Essay on the history of the settlement 
of Halifax, at the Mechanics' Institute, on 18th April 1S39. Hali- 
fax, N.S. 1847. 62 p, 18". 

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AiAEAMA. Second Biennial Report on the G-eology of ; by M. Tuomey. 
Ed. . . by J. W. Mallet. Montgomery, 1858. 292 p, 8". 

Reports of the Inspectors of the Alabama Penitentiary, to the 

General Assembly, at ita third biennial session in the city of Mont- 
gomery, 1851. Montgomery, 1851. 8-. Pam. y. 162. 

Alabama, Florida and Georgia Railroad Company. Report of 

Comm. on naTal affairs ; U.S. H. of R. Feb. 18, 1845. Cong. Jioct. 

15 p. 8", & map. Pam. v. 544. 
Alabama Historical Society. Transactions at the Annual Meeting 

in the city of Tuscaloosa, July 9 & 10, 1855. Tuscaloosa . . . 1855. 

65 p. 8". 
Alardin , Kasparus. De Geluksaligheyd van de wegh der rechtvoerdige 

. . Prodicatien. Amsterdam, 1738. 18". 
Alarm (An) to the Legislature of N. York, 1Y75. See [Wilkins, I.]. 

Cat. 1855. 
Albany. Report of the Alms-house Committee, on the subject of a 

reorganization of that institution. . .Albany, 1853. 8". Para. v. 509. 

Fire Department ; Charter . . Eules. Albany, 1850. 18°. Pam. 

V. 624. 

Northern Railroad. Report of Special Committee in the matter 

of the application of the N. It.K. Company for relief, made in the 
Common Council, Feb. 23, 1854. Albany, 1854. Pam. t. 256. 

Schools : Report of the Board of Commissioners .... July 12, 

1852. Pam. v. 277. 

Report of the Board. . .1854. — Report of the Board of 

Education, 1858. Pam. v. 552, — Report of the Board of Education 
...1857. Pam. V. 277. 

The Public Schools in Albany inadequate to meet the 

wants of the public ; and the necessity of reform. ( From Albany 
Morning Express.) Albany, 1855. 8°. Pam. v. 277. 

Water : Reports of the Water Commissioners, 1857, 58, 59. 

With Reports of Superintendent. 8". Pam. v. 236. 

ALBANYt Academy. Annual Catalogues, 1851, 52, 54, 57, 58. Pam. 
V. 456. 

ALBANY+ AND Rensselaeh Horticultdeal Society. Second Report 
. . for 1848. Albany, 1849. 8». Pam. v. 605. 

Albany and Schenectady Raileoad Company. Report for 1848. 
8".— Report to July 31, 1850. 8°. Pam. v. 146. 

Albany and Susquehanna Railroad. Some Considerations re- 
specting the proposed construction of the Albany and Susquehanna 
railroad, Jan. 1852. Albany, 1852. 19 p. 8". Pam. v. 147.— Address 
to the Citizens of AJbany, May 1852. 24 p. S". Pam. v. 544. 

Albany and Susquehanna Railroad Company. Address by the 
Directors. . . . together with the law authoriainfr town subscriptions. 
April, 1856. Albany, 1856. 8°. Pam. v. 256. 

The Directors. . .to the Stockholders and Memorialists. Albany, 

1854. 12 p. Pam. V.544. 



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A, & S. E.R., its provable coat and revenue .... ty 0. Wentz, 

C. engineer Albany, 1853. 18 p. 8". Pam. v. 281.— The same, 

with Report at last meeting. . Albany, 1859. 24 p. 8''. Pam. v. 544. 

ALBANY+ AND West-Stockbridoe Railboad CoJtPANY. Report of 
the Superintendent. . July 9, 1886. 8". Pam. v. 146.— Report, 1840 

- 41. Albany, 1842. 45 p. 8". Pam. v. 544. 

Albany Apprentices' Library. Catalogue : Albany, 1822. 33 p. 

Pam. Y. 470. 
ALBANTt Argus. Daily. Albany, 1855. 2 v. f". See Atlas & Argus. 
Albant Art Exhibition of Paintings and Marbles. . . 1858. 4". Pam. 

V. 1014. 
ALBANYt Atlas Extra, Oct. 1849. The Syracuse Convention; its 

BpuriouB organization. . . 16 p- 8°. Pam, v. 527. 
Albany Axe Oompaht. . 1846, 51. 12". Pam. v. 618. 
Albany Benevolent Association of Segar-makers. Albany, 1858. 

18". Pam. V. 627. 
ALBANYt City Missionary Society. 6th, 15th Keport, 1849, 58, 

Albany. 12". Pam. v. 524.— IStli Report, 1856. IS". Pam. v. 263. 
Albany City Tract [and Missionary] Society, 18th Ann. Report, 

1853. Albany, 1854. Pam. y. 263.— 19th, 21st, 22d, 23d Report. 
, Albany, 1855 - 59. 8-. Pam. v. 524. 
ALBANT+ County Agricultural Society, for 1856, . .Albany, Sept. 

23-25, 1856. Pam, v, 266. 
Albany County and Troy Business Directory ; containing the Census 

for 1850 of New- York State. . .By Whitney & Bliss. Albany, 1852. 

12". 
AiEANY County Bible Society. 35th, 45th, 46th, 47th Reports : 

1846, 56, 57, 58. Albany. Pam. v. 468. 
ALBAKTt County Penitentiary. Reports, 5th, 1858 ; 6th, 1854. 

Albany, 1854, 55. In 1 v. 8".— 7th Report, 1856. Pam. y. 228, 245. 

— 9th Report, 1858. Pam. y. 538. 

Albany Daily Statesman, from March 21, 1856, to Dee. 31, 1857. 

2y. f. 
Albany Democratic Eefokmeb : Vol.1, No, 4; January 8, 1844. 

Wrongs and Eights of Ireland depicted by. . . . W, H. Seward, . . 

S. Stevens. . , Pros. Van Buren. . . Lt. Gov. Diokinson, Albany. 30 

p. 8". Pam. Y. 526. 
ALBANYt Directories. The Annual Register and Albany Directory 

for the year 1815, containing an alphabetical list of residents within 

the city. Collected and arranged by J. Pry. Albany. .Jan. 13, 1815, 

88 p. 12°. 

For 1817 ; Packard & Van Benthuysen.— For 1820 : Coll. by 

B.Pearoe, Albany, E. & E. Hosford.— For 1822, 1823 : Klinek's. 
Albany, E. & E. Hosford. 4 v. 12". 

Hoffman's Albany Directory. Continued for 1842 - 43. Albany, 

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Ar.RANYt DiEKCTOKiEs. Oompiled and publishetl by George Adams : 
July 1, 1857, 1858, 1859, Adams, Sampsoa & Co. Albany. 3 v. 8". 

ALBANY+ BvENiNS Atlas : Feb. 19, 1855 - Feb. 16, 1856. Albany. 
2 v.P. 

Albany! Evenikq Jotjknai. : Daily. I'rora Nov. 1854 to Dee. 1859. 
Albany. 10 v. f". 

Al-BANYt Female Academy. Oiroular and Catalogue, 1839, 50, 51, 
52, 54, 58, 59.— Report of 31at, 34tb, 36tb, 38tb, 40tli, 41at, 42d, 
43d, 45tb, 46th Aan. Esamination : 1844 — 59. — Alumnse Exer- 
cises, 1844, 53, 54. — Stray Sunbeams, being selections from the 
"Planetarium," a weekly paper condnoted by the young ladies : 
1844,— Misa Doolittle's Essay, 1835. Albany. In 1 v. 8". 

Exercises of the Alumnae .. July 17, 1845. Albany, 1845. Pam. 

T. 277. 

Albany G-uardian Society and Home for the Friendless. Reports 
for 1841, 52, 53. Albany, 1854.— For 1854, 55. Albany, 1856. 12". 
Pam. Y. 535. 

Albany Gymnabium:. Annual Report, 1858. 24 p. 8", Pam, v- 501. 

Albany! Hospital. By-laws, etc. Albany, 1851. 8". Pam. v. 506. 

Treasurer's Reports for the years 1852, 53, 54, 55, Albany, 

1856. 8°. Pam. v. 246. 

Albany Journal 0¥ Neurology. Devoted to physiology, phreno- 
logy, modicino, and the philosophy of mesmerism. Conducted by an 
association of physicians. W. A. Hamilton. Vol. 1, No. 1 : July, 
1843. Albany, 1843. 8". Pam. y. 271. 

Albany! Libhaky. Catalogue. Albany, 1821. 75 p. 12". 

Albany Literary Gazette. November 19, 1831 : No. 6. 4". Pam. 
V. 1104. 

Albany! Medical College. Catalogue, 1833, 35, 50, 53, 54, 55, 
66, 57. 8". Pam. v. 617. — For 1827. Pam. v. 155. — For 1853. 
Pam. V. 246. 

Albany Methodist Episcopal Sunday School Union : Report. 
Albany, 1856. 12°. Pam. v. 619. 

Albany MoaNiKa Express ; Daily. Munsell & Co. Vol. 7, April 1, 
1854, to Vol, 8, Nov. 13, 1855. 1 v. P. 

Albany Ratification Meeting. .The united democracy for regular no- 
minations. Speeches of D. A, Ogden and J. Van Buren : Sept. 27, 
1853. 16 p. S". Pam. v. 527. 

Albany! Rural Cemetery Association. Its Rules . . with an ap- 
pendix. Albany, 1846. 64 p. 12". Pam. v. 478. 

Albany Scotch Light In3!'antb,t. ConstiEution, 1851. 18". Pam. 
V. 627. 

Albany State Register (daily). Vol- 7, Jan. 4, 1854, No. 555, to 
Vol. 9, Aug. 17, 1856. Albany. 4 v. f>. 

' Institute, Misses Sherritt's- Catalogue, 
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Albany Young Men's Christian Association. Constitution, 1867. 
— 1st Annual Report. . . Albany, 1858. 8". Pam. y. 224. 



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AiiBERTHOMA, Robert, Th.e Principles of the Christian Religion, as 
taught iu the Reformed Protestant Dutch charches. Collected from 
the Holy Soriptares hy. . -R. Alberthoma. . . Trans, from the Dutch 
by E. Westerlo, Minister at Albany. Printed in Albany, 1789. 84 
p-iao. 

Aleektintjs, iBgidinis. Historische Relation, was sich inn etlichen 
jaren hero, im Konigreich Japon. . . Kugetragen. Zum andern, von 
dem Standt. . .der gantzen Ost Indien. . . Drittens, kurtze beschrei- 
bung des Landts G-uinea und Serra Lioa .... Miinchen, 1609. 360 
p.4». 

AlbRO, John A- The Life of Rev. Thomas Shepard. Boston, Mass. 
Sab. School Society, 1847. 324 p. 18". 

Albttw Dij Canadien. Choix de morccaiix litt^vaires, historique.s, 
seientifiques et artistiques. Quebec, 1849. 73 p. S'-*. 

Contains Boucher ( P.), Histoire de la Nouvelle France, 1663, 

Aloiatus, And. Andrese Aleiati v. c, Emblentata cum Claudii Minois 
I. 0, Commentariis ad postremam auctoris editionem aactia et re- 
cognitis.— Ex Offieiua Plantiniana Raphelengii, 1608. 218, 698 
p. 12". 

Alcock, T. St.Leger. Observations on the Poor relief bill for Ireland, 
and its bearing on. . .emigration. . and the Brit. N.Amer. Colonies. 
London, 1847. 30 p. Pam. v. 434. 

Alden, Ebenezer, M.D. Early History of the medical profession in 
the county of Norfolk, Mass, With an Address delivered before the 
Norfolk Diat. Med. Society. .Boston, 1853. 8". Pam. v. 89. 

Aldine ( The) Magazine of Biography, Bibliography, Criticism and 
the Arte, Vol. 1, No. 1, Dec. 1838 - June 1839. Bj/ W. West. 
London. 1 v. S°. 

ALDIN0S, Tobias. Exaetiasima Desoriptio rariorum quarundum pla 
tarum, qufe oontinontur Romsa in Horto Farnesiauo : Tobia Aldino 
Cesenate auctore, iliust. et rev. .principis et card. Odoard Famesii 
medio chimico, et ejusdem horti prasfecto. Romse, . 1625. 101 

ALEMBEBTt, J. Le Rond d'. Melanges de litt6rature, d'histoire, et de 

ghiloaophie, Nouvelle edition, corrigee et augment^e tr^s considSra- 
lement par I'auteur. Tome I, ii, til. Amsterdam, 1760. 3 v. 18"" 

Alexandee {Archibald ), D.D. Suggestions in Vindication of Sunday 
schools .... and the enlargement of the plan of instruction. 1829, 
32 p. 8°. Pam. v. 289. 

Alexander (Caleb), A.M. A Grammatical System of the Grecian 
language. Worcester (Mass.), 1796. 12'>. 

Alexandre, C. Dictionnaire Frangais-greo, compos6 sur le plan des 
meilleurs dictionnaires fran^ais -latins .... Par MM. Alexandre . . 
Planche . . et Defaueonpret. Paris, HacAeite, 1856. 1014 p. 8", 

Dictionnaire Gree-frangaia, compose sur un nouveau plai 

reunis et coardoanfis les travaux de Henri Estienne, de S' 

de Passow. ,Par C. Alesandsre, Inspeeteur g^n^rale de I'instruction 

publique . . Paris, Haohette, 1857. 1632 p. 8>. 

ALExANURiA(FB.)BoARDiNa ScHOOL. Catalogue, 1853. Pam. v. 458. 



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Alpibei, V. L'Amerioa Libera : Odi di Tittorio AJfiert da Asti.*** 
Dalla tip. di Kehl, 1784. 44 p. — La Virtu Soonoaciuta, Dialogo di 
V. AlfioH. Dalla tip. di Kehl, 1786. 59 p. 8". 

Alford, Henry. See Bible, G-reek ; New Testament. 

Sermon, 1845. See Practical Sermona. 

Alpbed University and Alfred Academy. Oatalogue, 1859. New- 
York, 1859. S". Pam. Y.479. 

ALGEMEENE+ KoNST- Es Lettes-Bode, voor mcei- en min-geoffcndcn. 
Behelzende Berigten uit de geleerdo waereld, van alle landeu .... 
XIdecl.1793. No. 262-287 : July 5 -Dec. 27. Haarlem, lv.4'. 

Algemebne Vaderlandsche Letter- Oep en in gen, waarin de boeken 
en scbriften, die dagelyks in oua Vaderland en eldera uitkomcn, 
vordeelkuiidig tevens en vrymoedig verhandeld wordeu. Vjfde deel. 
No. 14, No. 8. Amsterdam, 1783. &>. Pam. y. 107. 

ALGERt, William Bounseville. The Genius and Posture of America ; 
An Oration, July 4, 1857; with preface and appendix. Boston, 1857. 
60 p. 8". Pam. v. 532. 

An American Voice on the late war in the East. Boston, 1856. 

47 p. 8-. Pam. t. 521. 

Inferences from the pestilence and the fast. A Discourse .... 

Eoxbury, Mass. : 1 Cor.s.n, 6. Boston, 1849. 8". Pam. v,-558. 

Lessons for Mankind, from the life and death of Humboldt. A 

Discourse. . . Cambridge, 1859. 26 p. 12». Pam. v. 494. 

AL1S0N+, Sir Archibald. History of Europe, from the fall of Napo- 
leon in MDOCCxv, to the accession of Louis Napoleon in mdccclii. 
Vol. V, vi, vii. Edinburgh and London... 1856-58. 3 v. 8°. 

Alison, W. P. Letter to Sir John M'Neil, on Highland destitution, 
and the adequacy. . .of emigration as a remedy. Edinburgh, 1851. 
62 p. 8". Pam. v. 403. 

Allan (Thomas), C.E. Ship's Compasses. 10 p. S->. Pam. t. 402. 

Alleghany Railroad and Goal Company. Second Report : Char- 
ter, by-laws, reports, certificates and remarks. July, 1855. Phila- 
delphia, 1855. 8". Pam. v. 281. 

Allegiieny College. Catalogue of the ofRcers and students. Mead- 
viUc, Pa., 1846. 8". Pam. v. 247. 

Allegheny Valley Railroad. 2d, 3d Keport. Pittsburgh, Pa., 

1855, 56. 8". Pam. V. 544. 

Allen's Patent Improved Mowing Machine, and Combined Mower and 

Reaper. New-York, 1855. 8". Pam. v. 230. 
Allen, C. Speech, H. of R. on the Mexican indemnity bill, Jan. 23. 

Washington, 1852. 8". Pam. v. 486. 
Allen, Rev. David O. India Ancient and Modern : Q-eographical, 

historical, political, social and religious ; with a particular account 

of the state and prospects of Christianity. Boston. , .1856. 8°. 
Allen, E. G. Catalogue of Boks for sale on North America. London, 

1856. 26 p. 8". Also Cat. v. 87. 

Old Books relating to America. . . . prior to 1800. . , . for sale. 

Lomlon, 1858, 9.—. : .Since 1800. .1858, 9. In 1 y. 12''. 



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AiLENt, Gem.. Ethan. Beport of the Committee under the Act pro- 
viding for the erection of a monument over the grave of Ethan 
Allen. 8eu. Doc. Montpelier, Vt. 7 p. Pam. v. 602. 

Ali-EN, B.C'b. Ethan. Maryland Toleration ; or Sketches of the early 
history of Maryland, to the year 1650. Baltimore, 1855. 64 p. 8'^, 

Historical Notices of St. Ann's pariah in Ann- Arundel county, 

Maryland, extending from 1649 to 1857 Baltimore, 1857. 131 

p.ia^. 

Allen, Rev. George. Eesistanoe to Slavery every man's duty : A 
Report on American slavery, read to the Worcester Centra! Associa- 
tion... Boston, 1847. 40 p. 8". Pam. v. 562. 

i; ] See Andover fnsa. 1855. Cat. 1855. 

Allen, J), . J. A New Method of constructing artificial dentures . , , 
New-York, 1854. Pam. v. 246.' 

Allen, Rev. James H. Apostolic Confirmation ; or Reasons for dis- 
carding episcopal confirmation. . . .Richmond, 1858. 76 p. 8". Pam. 
v. 543. 

Allen, John. Associations against the established church indefensible. 
A Sermon : Is. viii, 9, 10. Oxford, 1773. 8". Pam. v. 373. 

!. Society. Albany, 1849. 8". 

ALLEMt, Thomas. The History and Antiquities of London, Westmin- 
ster, Southwarh, and parts adjacent. Continued to the present time, 
by Thomas Wright. . . .London, 1837, 39. 5 vol. 8". 

Allen, Thomas. Plain Direotions for the prevention and treatment of 
cholera. Oxford, 1848. 40 p. %«. Pam. v. 405. 

AllenI, Rev- Thomas. An Historical Sketch of the Connty of Berk- 
shire and Town of Pittsfield.. Boston, 1808. 14 p. 8'>. Pam.v.502. 

Allen, T. G. Memoir of the Rev. Benjamin Allen, late Rector of St. 
Paul's Church, Philadelphia ; By his brother. .To which is added. 
Funeral sermon, by. .G. T. Bedell. .Philadelphia, 1832. 647 p. 12". 

AllbnI (William), D.D. Sermon ; Installation of John W.Allen 
as Pastor of the. .Trinitarian Church in Wayland, 1841 : 1 Cor- i, 
23, 24. Boston, 1842. 8". Pam. v. 556. 

Report on Popery..,. Gen. Assoc, of Massachusetts. Boston, 

1844. 28 p. 8°. Pam. v. 548. 

An Historical Discourse, delivered in Dorchester, Jan. 2, 1848, 

on occasion of the Fortieth Anniversary of the Gathering of the 
Second Church. . .Boston, 1848. 8". Pam. v. 233. 

An Address delivered at Northampton ( Mass.) . . . Oct. 29, 1854, 

in commemoration of the close of the second century since the set- 
tlement of the town. .Northampton. .1855. 56 p. 8". 

The American Biographical Dictionary ; containing an Account 

of the lives, characters and writings of the most eminent persons 
deceased in North America from its first settlement. ... 3d edition. 
Boston, 1857. 905 p. 8". 

Allen { William H.), LL.D., Pres. Girard College. Eulogy on 

Daniel Webster, pronounced at the request of the Select and Com- 
mon Councils of the City of Philadelphia, Jan. 18, 1853. Phila- 
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Allesteee, Charles. Sermon, Osford, July 26, 1685, Thanksgiving, 
Defeat of Rebels in Monmouth's rebellion : Jud- v, 31. Oxford. 4". 
Pam. V. 361. 

ALLEsrREE ( E.), D.j). I'orty Sermons, whereof twenty-one are now 
first puhliaheii, the greatest part preaeh'd before the King and on 
solemn occasions. By Richard Allestree, D.D.. . .To these is prefixt 
an account of the author's life. London, 1684. 254, 307 p. 1 v.f. 

Allqeheinb Deutsche Real-Enoyklopadie fiir die G-ehildeten 
Stando : Convorsationa-LesLkon. Neunte originalauflage. In fiinf- 
zehu handen. Leipalg, 1843 - 1848. 15 v. 8". 

Allgemeine ScHWBiZEaiBCHE G-ESELLecHAi'T fiir die Gesammtcn 
Naturwissenaehaften. 33 v. 12" & 8°. Contents : 

Broffnungsrede der Jahresversammlung. St.Galien, 1819. 48 p. 18". 

Verhandlimgen {Acteii) : 1823, Aarau; 1824, Schaffhttusen; 1825, 
Soluthurn; 1826, Thur; 1827, Zurich. 

Actes : Lausanne, 1828, 1829. 

Verhandlungen : 1830, St.Galien. 

Act«s -: 1832, Gen^e. 

Atti ; 1833, Lugano. 

Terhandlungen : 1834, Luzern; 1835, Aarau; 1836, Soluthurn. 

Actea : Neuchatel, 1837. 

Terhandlungen : Basel, 1838; 1839, Bern. 

Actes : 1840, Fribourg. 

Terhandlungen : 1841, Zurich; Altdorf, 1842. 

Actes ; 1843, LaussLnne; 

Terhandlungen : 1844, Ohur. 

Actes : 1845, Geneve. 

Terhandlungen : 1846,Winterthur; 1847, Schaffhausen; 1843, So- 
luthurn; 1849, Frauenfeld; 1850, Aarau; 1851, Glarus. 

Actes : 1852, Sion; 1853, Porrentruy, 

Terhandlungen : 1854, St.Galien. 

Actes : 1855, Chaux-de-Fonds. 
The papers are in GemiaH, Eronoh and Italian, and tha titlopi^ea vary as above. 

ALLQEMEINEt ScHWEIZBRISCHE Gesellschaft fiir die Gesammtcn 
Wissenschaften. Nouveaux Memoires : Band xiv, xt, xvi. Neue 
Denkschriften. Zurich, 1855, 57, 58. 3 ¥.4". 

See Societe Helvetique. Cat. 1855. 

Allgemeine Zeitung fiir die Deutschon Land- und Porstwirthe. 
( Moritz Beyer's.) Unter vielseitiger Mitwirking herausgegeben von 
Dr. Theod. Kerndt. Dreissigster jahrgang. Leipzig, 1853. 4". 

Alliance EvANGfiLiQUE. Bulletin du Monde Chretien : Echo de 
i' Alliance. . . S'"" annce : Jan., Fev., Mars, 1850. 8". Pam. v. 495. 

AxiiANOE Weekly News. The True Position of the controversy 
regarding Mr. G-oiigh'a dead letter : Aug. 8, 15, 1857. — The Pinal 
Word of the Alliance as regards the Gough controversy : Sept. 19, 
1857. 8p.f". Pam. V. 1104. 

Alling, Jeremiah. A Register of the Weather. . 
five years ending March 31, 1810. . .New-Havi 

Allman, George James. A Monograph of the Fresh-water Polyzoa j 
including all the known species, both British and foreign. London, 
1856. See Ray Society. 
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Allport, J. "The Sect everywhere spoken against" ; A Sermon, 
Jer. ix, 3, in answer to a sermon, under the aTaove motto, in defence 
of Traetarianism. London, 1842. 8". Pam. v. 378. 

Allston, 11. F. W. Eeport on the Free School System in South Caro- 
lina. Charleston, S.C, 1847. 26 p. 8". Pam. v. 217. 

Alltn, Avery. A Eitnal of Freemasonry, illustrated by numerous 
engravings. To which is added tie Phi Beta Kappa, the Orange and 
Odd Fellows Societies. . .New- York, Gowans, 1854. 300 p. 12°. 

Almanac of the Amer. Temper. Union. New-York, 1851. 12". Aim. 
T. 15, 26. 

Almanack AufiRicAiN, Asiatique et Africain ; oh Etat physique, 
politique, ecclesiastique et militaire de I'Asie, I'Afrique et de I'A- 

merique Tome I - VII. Edited by De la Soche-Tilhac- Paris, 

1783-87. 7v.l8'>. 

Almanach AsTBOLOGiquE, Astrouomique, Physique, Satirique . . . 
1855. Paris. 192 p. 15^ Aim. v. 53. 

; Choix de Chansons. . .1855. Paris. 64 p. 12". 

Almanach Oomique, .pour 1855, . .illuatrfi par MM, Cham et Mauris- 
set. Paris. 192 p. 12°. Aim. v. 53. 

Almanach de Erande : Publie par la Society nationale. 1855. 160 
p.l2o. Aim. V. 51. 

Almanach de Gotha : Annuaire diplomatique et statistique pour 
I'annee 1856, 57, 68, 59, 60. 94 - 98'°' annfe. Gotha. 5 v. 18". 

Almanach! de L'Alg^rie, 1855 ; Guide du colon. Paris. 192 p. 18". 
Aim. V. 54. 

Almanach de ^'Illustration, 1855. Paris. 4". Aim. v. 47. 

Almanach de la LittSratuee, du Theatre. ,. .1855. Paris. 4". 
Aim. V. 47. 

sa...l855- Paris. 120 p. 

Almanach des Dames et des Demoiselles pour 1855. Paris. 61 

p. 18". Aim. V. 61. 
Almanach des Jeux de Sooifire, 1855. Paris. 92 p. 18°. Aim. v. 51. 
Almanach des M^nagbbes et des Gastronomes, .1855. Paris. 18". 

Aim. V. 47. 
Almanach Drolatiqde. .1855. Paris. 158 p. 18°. Alm.v.53. 
Almanach du Commerce de Paris, des Departemens de la Prance, et 

dea principales villes du monde. Par J. De la Tynna. XXI "^ annee, 

1818. Paris. 12". 
Almanach du Cultivateur : Par les Eedacteurs de la Maiaon ru- 
. stique de la 19= siecle. 1855. Paris. 192 p. 18". Aim. v. 52. > 
Almanach du Jardinier : Par les Ecdacteurs de la Maison rustique 

de la 19^ siecle. 1855. Paris. 192 p. 18". Aim. v. 52. 
Almanach du Magasin Pittoresque, 1855. Paris, i". Aim, v. 47. 
Almanach du Marin et de la France maritime, pour 1855. Paris. 

Aim. V. 51. 



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Almanach EMCTOLOrBDiQDB recrcatif et popalaire, pour 1855. Paris- 

208 p. Aim. T. 61. 
Almanach Franjais des ETATS-Usia : 4 - G""" anuee. New- York, 
1851, 52, 53.12". Aim. v. 31. 

■ 1855 : Par E. Marco St.Hilaire. Paris. 

Almanach Lunatiqub, 1855. Paris. 4". Aim. v. 47. 

Almanach Mubioai pour 1855. Paris. 4". Aim. v. 47. 

Almanack pour Exke, 1855. . . . illustre par Cham, Paris. 4". Aim. 

V.47. 
Almanach Peophi5;tiqije... pour 1850. Paris. ICO p. iS". Aim. v. 53. 
Almanach Royal (Imperial), pour I'ann^e 1738, 43, 50, 53, 54, 

56 - 88, 91, 1806, 08, 13, 22, 30, 34, 54. Paris. 47 v. 8". 
Almanack (The) op the Fine Arts for... 1852. Edited hyB.. W. 

Buss. London, 1852. 187 p. 12". 
Almanacs. A Collection in 55 v.i", 12" & 18", General Contents : 
Vol. 1 - 12 ; British Almanacs, 1679 - 1778, embracing, besides those 
referred to in the Catalogue, Merlini Anglici Ephem. Lilly, 1679; 
Nuncius Ccelestis, Coloy, 1679; Tea and Nay, 1679, for QuaJters; 
Fly, 1679 ;• Swallow, 1679, Camb.; Kalendarium Astrologicum, 1679 
Dove, Camb. 1696, 1705; Pond, Camb. 1696, 1705; Mercuriua Angli- 
canus, Parker, 1696; Salmon, 1696; Ephemeria absolnta, D. Wood- 
ward,1696; Protestant Almanack, 1696; Ouranologia, T. Oole,1705; 
Katoptron ouranion, J.Pepper, 1705; London Almanack, W. S. 1696, 
1705; Great Britain's Diary or Union Almanack, 1715, 26; Celestial 
Journal, Sparrow, 1736; British Telescope, 1726, 29, 32. 
Vol. 13 - 16, 27, 28, 29, 34, 55 : Miscellaneous. 
Vol. 19 ; New-England. 

Vol. 20 - 26, 33, 37 : New-York, Albany and New-York city. 
Vol. 25, 30, 53 : Comic. 
Vol. 35, 49, 62 : Agricultural. 
Vol. 32, 36, 50 : Ecclesiastical. 
Vol. 43, 44, 45, 46 : German-American. 
Vol. 31, 47, 51, 52, 53, 54 : French. 
Vol. 49, 50, 54 : British. 

Vol. 38, 39, 40 ; Medical advertisement almanacs ( Good Samaritan, 
Harrison, Moffatt, Bristol, Sloan, Buckhout, Brant, Sands, Aver, 
Christie, S. S. Fitch, D. Jayne, Herrick, Reed, Austin & Co., Guy- 
sott. Park, Fetridge, Wright, &c. 1845 - 57). 

Almanacs, without titlepage. Albany, 1816, Aim. v. 13 ; Albany, 1801, 
1803, V.16; New-York, 1826, v.22; Baltimore, 1841, v. 18. 

Almblooveen, Theod. Jansson van. Invcnta Nov-antiqua : Id eat, 
Brevia enarratio ortus et progressus artis medicae, Subjicitnr ejusdem 
rerum inventarum Onomasticon. . . . Amstelsedami, 1684. 249 p. — 
With, Opuseula, sive antiqnitatum e sacris profanarum specimen. 
Conjectanca, veterum poetarum fragmenta, ct piagiariorum syllabus. 
Amstel. 1686. 200 p. In 1 v. 12". 

AlmonI, J. A New Catalogue of books and pamphlets printed for J. 
AlmoE, 1760 - 70. London. 16 p. 8°. 

[ ] See History of the Minority, 1762 - 65 ; Letter concerning 

Libels, 1764 ; Wilkes' Memoirs ; New Foundling Hospital for wit, 
1768 ; Asylum for fugitive pieces ; Enquiry into the Conduct of 
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Alnandeb, Joh. Joannis 0- Alnandri Hiatoriola Artis Typographicse 
in Svecia. Publioa et solenni esereitatione. . . .Upaaliie, anno 1722 
...proposita. , , .Roatocti & Lipaias, 1725. 105 p. 12". 

Alphabet et premier livre de lecture : autorise par le Conseil de 
I'mstruction publique, Paris, Hachette. 12". 

Alphabets Obientaux, Aiiciens (et Modernes). From the Encyclo- 
pedie Mithodique. 23 plates, 1 v. 4". 

Alphabets. Soc-de propaganda Jide editions. In 1 v. 12", Contents: 

Alphabetum Grsecum, cum Oratione domiaicale , . . Romie, 1771, 15 p. 
Alph. Armenum . , . Komse, 1784. 32 p. 
Alph. Arabicum . . . Eomse, 1797. 15 p. 
Alph. Persioum . . . Romffi, 1783. 24 p. 
' Alph. Syro-Chaldseum ... Romie, 1797. 30 p. 
Alph. Hobraioum . . . Eomre, 1797. 30 p.' 

Alph. Barmanorum sen Avensis,. -Ed. alt. emend. Eoms, 1787. xvi, 64p. 
Alph. Barmanum sen Bomanum Eegni Avse . . . EomsB, 1776. xliv, 51 p. 
Alphabeta Indica; id est Granthamicnm sen Samscrndamico-Malaharicum, 

Indostanum alTe Vanarense, Nagaiicum vulgare, et Talinganicum, Ex 

P. Paxilin. Romw, 1791. 24 p. 
Alph. Grandonico-Malabarioum siye Samscrudonicum.^ Bomse, 1772. 100 

p. and tables. 
Alph. Bramhanicum sen Indostanum, Uciversitatia Kasi. Eomie, 1771. 

sx, 152 p. 
Alph. Tangutanum siTe Tibetanum, Eom£e, 1773. xvi, 138 p. 
Alph. Oophtum sive ^yptiaenra. 10 p. 
Alph, .^thiopioiim sive Ghcez et Amharicum . . . Romie, 1789, 32 p, 

Alpini, p. Prosperi Alpini . . de prfesagienda vita et morte segro- 

tantium libri septem . . . cum prjcf. H. Boerhaave, . . Ed. altera. . , 

sapplevit. . .H. D. Gaubius. Lugd. Bata-v. 1733. 4". 
Alsob+, Richard. The Enchanted Lake of the Fairy Morgana. Trans. 

See Berni, F. Also, Echo. Cat. 1855. 
Alston, P. W. Christian Soberness, Conversion, and the Witness of 

the Spirit, Three parochial sermons, preached in Calvary Church, 

Memphis. Memphis, Tenn. 1845. 8". Pam. v. 213. 
Alston, W.J. 8peeoh,'TJ.8.H.of E, Ap.l8, 1850, on the President's 

Message, transmitting Constitution of California. 8°. Pam. v, 193. 
[Altham, Arthur.] A Vindication of the Church of England from 

the foul aspersion of achiam and heresie ... by the Church of Rome. 

Parti, II. Lond.1687. 38, 40p.4". Pam. v. 355. 
Altham ( Roger), D.D. Sermon, Anniy. Sons of the Clergy, Nov. 26, 

1706. Gal.vi,10. London. 4". Pam.v.lOlO. 
Sermon, Election of Lord Mayor, Sept. 29, 1702. Ajnn.s v, 24. 

London. 4", Pam. v. 362. 
Alva, P. A. Dvke of. Hot Leven van Ferdinand AlvaTea de Toledo, 

Hertog van Alba. Behelaende deaselfs af komst, geboorte 

maar nu eerst uyt de secrete papieren van ayn Huys, die tot noeh 

toe bewaart syn geweest, door een yoornaam Auteur in 't ligt ge- 

gevea. Tweede deel, T'Amsterdam, 17S0.,18". 



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Alvauez, E. Noticia del Establecimiento y Potlacion de las Colonias 

Inglesas en la America Septentrional. , . . S^cada de vatios autores 

por Don Francisco Alvarez, natural dal Principado de Asturias. 

Madrid .. 1778. 196 p. 8». 
Ameeica ; or an Exact Description of tlie West Indies, more especially 

of tkose provinces which are under the dominion of the King of 

Spain. Faithfully represented by N. N. Gent. Lond. 1655. xiv, 484 

p. 18". 
America and the Americans ***. By a Citizen of the World. 

London, 1833. 430 p. 8". . 
America's Appeal to the Impartial World, Wherein the rights of the 

Americans . . . are stated and considered. AdcI, the opposition . . . 

vindicated.*** Hartford, E. Watson, 1775. 72 p. 8°. 

America Vinhicated from the high charge of ingratitude and rebel- 
lion ; with a plan of legislation proposed to the consideration of 
both houses, for establishing a firm and solid foundation for a just 
constitutional union between Great Britain and her colonies. By a 
friend to both countries.*** Devizes, 1774. 48 p. 8". 

Am BR I C AN t Academy op Arts and Sciences. Eeport of a commit- 
tee . . on ventilators and chimney-tops, . . . Carab. 1848. 24 p. 8". 
Pam, V. 501. 

AMERiCANt Academy of Fine Arts. Catalogue of Paintings and 
Sculpture. The Fourteenth Exhibitien. N.Tork, 1828. Pam. v '255. 

American Acabemy oe Music. Charter and Prospectus of the Opera 
House, or American Academy of Musie. Phil'a,1852. Pam. v. 230. 

American Agriculturist's Almanac. N.York, A. B.Allen, 1844. 
Aim. V, 41 ; for 1845, Aim, v. 26. 

American Aimanac. New-Brunswiclt, N.J. 1801. 12", Aim. v.lB. 

American Almanac, N, Ames. Litchfield, Conn, 1791, 12°, Aim. 
V.19. 

AMERICAN+ Almanac for 1856 - 60. Boston. 6 v. 12". 

American ( The) and British Chronicle of War and Politics ; 
being an accurate and comprehensive register of the most memorable 
occurrences in the last ten years of His Majesty's reign : in which 
will be found above eighteen hundred interesting events, during the 
late war between Great Britain and America, France, Spain and 

Holland, from May 10, 1773, to July 16, 1783 (E.I.S.) 

London, 120 p. 8". 

AMERiOANt AND FOREIGN Anti-Slavert Societt, Address to the 
Anti- Slavery Christians of the United States. New-York, 1852. 
Constitution, etc. Pam. v, 242, — Proceedings, May 10, 1854. N.t. 
Pam. T, 462, 

Annual Reports, 1849, 50, 51, 52, New-York. 1 v. 8°, 

AMERICANtAND FOREIGN BiBLE SOCIETY, 4th, 11th, 13th, 14th, 18th 

Annual Reports : New-York, 1841, 48, 50, 51, 55,— Periodical 
Paper, Oct. 1848, Pam. v. 469. 

American and Foreign Christian Union. 1st, 4th, 8th Report : 
New-Tork, 1850, 53, 67. 8". Pam. v. 548.— 5th Report : N. York, 
1854. Pam. V. 232. 



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American and Foreign Jouenal op Patholo&y. Prospectus . . 
Edited by L. M.Lawson, M.D. Cmcinnati, 1849. 8°. Pam. v. 235. 

American and Eokeiqn Sabbath Union. 1st, 3d Annual Report : 
1844, 46, Boston, 1844, 46. 12^ Pam. v. 490. 

American { The) Anoler's G-uide, or Complete Fisher's Manual for 
the United States ; containing the opinions and practices of expe- 
rienced anglers of both hemispheres, , . . 4tli edition .... with the 
addition of a second part ... of instructive information. New-York, 
1857. S32 p. 8". 

American Antiquarian Society. Proceedings . . April 27, 1853 - 
Feb. 10, 1859. Boston, Worcester. Collecied m 1 v. 8". 

Transactions. Yol. 3. 1857. 8". 

American Anti-Slavery Almanac. Boston, 1837, 39. 12°. Aim. 

V.84. 
American Anti-Slavery Society. First Annual Report, with the 

Speeches delivered at tho Anniversary Meeting, New-York, 1834. 

8-. Pam. V. 228. 

Constitution, etc. New- York, 1838. Pam. v. 462. 

Letter to Louis Kossuth, concerning Freedom and Slavery in the 

United States . . Boston, 1S52. 112 p. Pam. v. 462. 

■ ■. See Quarterly Anti-Slav.ery Magazine. 

AmekicanI Art Union. Transactions of the Apollo Association . . . 
for .1843.— Transactions of the Amer. Art Union for 1844, 45.— 
Bulletin No. 16, 1848. Supplement, Dec. 21, 1849. New-York. In 
lv.8». 

Catalogue of Pictures. . .at auction, Dee. 1852. New- York. 4". 

Pam. v. 1015. 

American Association for the Advancement op Education. 
Proceedings : 1st session, Cleveland, 0. 1851 ; 2d, Newark, N.J. 
1852; 3d, Pittsburgh, Pa. 1853 ; 4th, Washington, 1854 ; 5th, 
New- York, 1855. Printed, Philadelphia, 1852; Newark, 1854; 
Hartford, 1855, 6. 5 v. 8-. 

American+ Association for the Advancement oe Science. Pro- 
ceedings : Seventh meeting, Cleveland, Ohio, July 1858; Eighth 
meeting, Washington, D.O., May 1854 ; Ninth meeting. Providence, 
R.I. 1855 ; Tenth meeting, Albany, Aug. 1856 ; Eleventh meeting, 
Montreal, August 1857 ; Twelfth meeting, Baltimore, May 1858. 
Cambridge, Mass. 1853 - 58. 6 v. 8". 

■ Communication from the G-overnor, transmitting a memorial of 

the Committee of, on the subject of a geographical survey of the 
State. Feb. 28. Leg. Doc. Albany, 1852. 24 p. 8°. Pam. v. 500. 

American Association in London. 14 Cockspur-st,, Charing Cross. 
Circular, 1859 - 60. Portf. 

AmericanI Asylum at Hartford, for the education of the deaf and 
dumb. Thirty-fourth and Thirty-ninth Annual Reports. Hartford, 
1850,55. 8". Pam. V. 218.— 88th, 41sl, 42d Report. Hartford, 
1854, 57, 58. 8°. Pam. v. 593.— 40th Report. Paw. v. 235. 

American Baptist Home Mission Society, 16th, 24th Report : 
1848, 56. New-York. 8°. Pam. v. 263. 



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Ameeican Baptist Makinees' Society. Address, 1857. New- York. 

S". Pam. V. 549. 
Amebioan Baptist Missionary Union. Report of Committee on 
proposed amendment to tte eonatitution, 1845. Pam. v. 465. — 36tli, 
39th, 42d Annual Reports. Boston, 1850, 53, 56. Pam. y. 465. — 
40tli Eeport. Boston, 185.4. 8°. Pam. t. 232. 
American Bethel Society. Appeal, 1838. Buffalo. 12". — 1st, 2d, 
3d, 7tli, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 17th Report. Buffalo, 1838 - 53. 8". 
Pam. V. 549. 
AMERiCANt Bible Society. 38th, 39tli, 40th, 41st, 42d, 43d Annual 
Eeport. New- York, 1854 - 59. 2 v. 8°. 

In the early volume are the following papers : 
Proceedings of a meeting of tlie citizens of New-York ... at the request 
of the ... A.B.S.; with the Speeches of G. Griffin and P. A. Jay. New- 
York, 1816. 16 p. 8°. 
Constitution ... Address to thePeopleof the TJ.S. N.York,181G. 20 p.S". 
An Appeal to the Christians of Amei'ica in behalf of : By a lay memhor of 

the Convention. Sy Peter A. Jay. New-York, 1816, 8 p. 8°. 
Address of the Board of Managers ... on the subject of supplying all the 
destitute families in the U.S. with the Bible ... N.York, 1829. 16 p. 8°. 
Address at the Celebration of the 40th, 41st Anniversary. N.York, 1866, 

57. 8°. 
Testimony of distinguished laymen to the value of the S. Scriptures .... 

New-York, 1857. 64p.8=. 
Address... in regard to a general supply of the U.S. with the S. Scriptures. 
New-York, 1857. 15 p.S". 

Eeport on the history and recent collation of the English version 

of the Bible : Presented by the Committee on versions, to the 
Board of Managers... May 1, 1851. N.York, 1852. 8". Pam. v,219. 

Catalogue of Books contained in the Library .... embracing 

editions of the Seriptnres in various languages, and other biblical 
and miscellaneous workaf Am. Bib. Soc. N.York, 1855. 120 p. 8". 

Testimony of distinguished laymen to the value of the Holy 

Scriptures, particularly in their tearing on civil and social life. N. 
York, 1855. 64 p. 8". Pam. v. 219. 

AmericanI Bible Union. 3d Annual Eeport .... Anniversary ad- 
■ dresses, Oct. 1852. New- York, 1852. Pam. v. 469. 

Eeport of Committee on. the proposed amendment to the Con- 
stitution . . , 1848. 20 p. 8". Pam. v. 469. 

The Bible Question decided in a correspondence between the 

A.B.U. and Eev. "W. R. "Williams New-York, 1852. 51 p. 8". 

Pam. V. 469. 

Specimen of the Gospel of Matthew. New- York, 1855. 40 p. 8". 

Pam. V.469. 

Specimen of a Revision of the English Scriptures . . . Specimen 

of the Book of Job. . . By T. J. Conant. New-York, 1855. iv, 12, 
12, 6 p. 4". Pam. V. 1016. 

AMEEIOAN+ Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Mis- 
sionary Herald. Monthly. V. 51 ~ 55. 1855-59. Boston. 5 v. 8°. 



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American Board of Commissioners pok Foreign Missions. Re- 
ports presented at tte 44tli, 4f)tli, 46th, ilth, iSth, 49th Annual 
Meetings, 1855 - 58. Boston. 2 v, 8°. With these are bound : 
Letter from tho Missionaries at Constantinople, in reply to charges by Rev. 

Horatio Southgate. Boston, 1814. 44 p. 8°. 
An Esamination of Charges against the American missionaries at the 
Sandwich islands, as allied in the Voyage of the Ship Blonde and in 
the London Quarterly Review. Oiunbridge, Mass. 18^. 67 p. 8". 
The AmericanMisslonariesat theSandwichlslands.Dot open to the charges 
brought against them by the Roman Catholics. By Joseph 7'racy. 1841. 
19 p. 8". 
Report of the Committee on. anti-slayery memorials, Sept. 1845. . .Boston, 

1845. 32 p. 8°. 
Report to the Prudential Committee, of a visit to the missions in the Le- 
vant, by R, Anderson ... Boston, 1844. 54 p. 8°. 
Maps of the Missions, 1847, 49. 8°. 

■ Missionary Paper. No. I, ii, iv. 1825. — Missionary Paper. New 

series. No. 1, 2, 10, 11, 13 - 21. 1838 - 44.— Missionary Tracts. 
No. 1 - 12. 1850 - 53.— Missionary Packet Morning Star, 1857.— 
The Divine iustrumentality for the world's conversion : A special 

report of the Prud. Comm 1854. Boston, 1856. 20 p. — S ' ' 

Report of the Pmd. Comm. on the control to he exercised ove 
sionaries and mission churches, 1848. 44 p. — Statement of r 
in favor of larger contributions ... 24 p. Boston. In 1 v. 12". 

Report of Mr. Wood's Visit to the Chootaw and Cherokee mis- 
sions. Boston, 1855. 8°. Pam. v.263. 

Reports and Letters connected with special meetings of the 

Mahratta and Tamil missions, .in 1855. Also Reports of the Syrian 
mission, and of a conference at Constantinople. For private use of 
the Vomiaittee. 1856. 1 v. 8°. 

Contains the Reports of 4 missions, printed at Bombay, Madras and Cal- 
cutta, and also in Boston; with Reports of the Secretaries and of the 
Special Committee, 1850. 

Report of the Deputation to the India Missions, made to the 

A-B.C.F.M. at a special meeting held in Albany, N.Y., March 4, 
1856. Boston, 1856. 8°. Pam. v. 219. 

Phrase-hook, or Idiomatic Exercises in English and Tamil .... 

3d edition . . . Jaffna, Amer. Miss. Press, 1848. 348 p. 18^ 

See Choctaw ; Marathi Grammar ; English and Dacotah Voca- 
bulary ; Byington, C.; Wright, A. 

AMERiOANt Calendar, or United States Register for 1794. Philadel- 
phia : London reprinted, 1794. 187 p. 12". 

American Chemical Institute. Manual of the Active Principles 
of indigenous and foreign medical plants, as prepared at the Ame- 
rioan Chemical Institute, New- York. 25 p. 18". Pam. v. 196. 

American Chesterfield ; or Way to wealth, honour and distinction : 
Being Selections from the Letters of Lord Chesterfield. . . .and. . . 
other eminent authors on the subject of politeness. With alterations 
and additions suited to the youth of the United States, By a "" 
of the Philadelphia Bar.*** * Philadelphia . . . 1827. 18". 



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Ameeican (Daily) CiirzKiN. Vol.1, No. 1 r Juno 13, lBi2, to June 

22, 1844. Albany, Stone & Henly. In 3 v. P. 
American CoLOfliZATiON Society, See American Society for colo- 

Amekican Commercial Almanac. Prall, Lewis & Co. New-Tori;, 

1852. 94 p. Aim. V.-31. 
AMERicATJt Congregational Yeae-book for 1855. Vol. v. NeW' 

York, 1858. 167 p. 8". 
Ameetcan Cultivator Almanac. Troy, N.Y. 18i9. 12°. Aim. ■ 
American Doctrinal Teact Society. No. 30 : Mode of Baptism. 

Boston. 12°. Para. y. 466. 
AMEI11CAH+ Education Society. ISth, 33d, 38tli, 40tli, 42d Beport. 

Boston, 1834, 49, 54, 56, 58. 8°. Pam. v. 293.— Also 38th Beport. 

Pam. V. 2rr. 
Articles on : Prom the Biblical Bcpertory. Philadelphia, 1829. 

103 p. 8°. Pam. v. 293. 
American Edticational Yeae-book : Feb. 1858. Boston. 252 p. 12" 
AMERICAN+ Ephemeris AND NAUTICAL ALMANAC for the year 1856, 

'57, '58, '59, '60. Published by authority of the Secretary of the 
, Navy. "Washington, 1853 - 58. 6 v. 8°. 
American Exhibition of British Art. Oil pictures and water co- 
lours. JV.Y. 1857. 31 p. 4°. Pam. V. 1015. 
AMEEiOANt ( The) Parmer ; coatainiag original essays and selections 

on rural economy and internal improvements . . . John S. Skinner, 

editor. Vol. 4 : March 29, 1822 - March 21, 1823 ; Vol. 8 : March 

25, 1826 - March 16, 1827. Baltimore. 2 v. 4°, 
American Farmer's Almanac. Phil'a, 1845. 12°. Aim. v. 46. 

American Female Guardian Sooiett, and Home of the Friendless, 
lleports, 15th, 17th, 20th, 21st. New-York, 1849, 51, 54, 55. Pam. 
V. 226.— 15th Report. Pam. v. 232. 

Aheeican Free Produce Association. 4th Report. Philadelphia, 
1843. 12°. Para. T. 627. 

AmeeicanI Geogeaphical and Statistical Society. Charter, eto. 
1852. — Statement of the object and organization, etc. 1857. — Re- 
port of the joint special committees of the Chamber of Commerce ; 
and A. G. and S. S. on the extension of the decimal system to weights 
measures . . . 1857. 22 p. — Annual Beport for 1857. 51 p.~ Ad- 
dresses, and Papers read before the Society by E. K.Kane, A. 8. 
Hewitt, H. P.Tappan, H.O.Carey, I.I.Stevens, 8. Mowry and 
J. Jay, 1853 - 59.— Catalogue of the Library, 1857. New-York. 
In 1 V. 9".— Also, Statement of the objects, etc. 1856. Pam. y. 255. 
— A Paper. See Perry, M. 0. 

American Guano Company. Beport. Brooklyn, JV.Y. 1857. 50 p 8°. 
Pam. V. 298. 

AMERTCAN+ Home Missionary Society. 23c1 - 33d Annual Report. 
New- York, 1849 - 59. With AdAxeaa. , .to the Christian Public... 
with... the Constitution. New- York, 1826. In 2 v. 8°. Also 30 th 
Report. Pam. v. 263. 
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The Home Missionary. V. 27, 28, 29 : May 1.854 - April 1857. 

New-York. 3 v. 8". 

Sermons at anniversaries of. S^e Bushnell, H., 1847 ; Kirk, U. 

N.,1848; Barnes, A., 1849; Hiokok, L. P., 1853 ; 8torrs,R.S., 
1855 ; Sturtevant, J. M., 1857 ; Shaw, J. B., 1858 ; Dwight, W. T., 
1859. 

Our Country, its capabilities, its perils, and its hope New- 
York, 1842. 60 p. 12". Pam. v, 630.— Our Country, N. 2 : A Plea 
for home missions. New-York, 1858. 144 p. 12^ Also Pam. v. 6B0. 

Amekioan Independence, the interest and glory of G-reat Britain. . . 
London, 1774. See [Cartwright, John], Oat. 1855. 

AjHEBiOANt Instittjtb. Reports and Addresses. See Burges { T.), 1830 ; 

Lynch ( J.), 1829 ; Mason ( 0.), 1840 ; Jackson ( C. T.), 1851. Pam. 

V. 518. 
List of Premiums. 22d, 29th Pair : 1849, 57. Pam. y. 518. 

List of Premiums awarded, 1855. 34 p. 8°. Pam. v. 255. 

Journal. Vol. 1, No. 3. New- York, 1850. Pam. v. 518. 

Report of the Special Committee, . .to whom was submitted the 

" Minutes of Evidence" on British import duties. 11 p. 8^. Pam. 
V. 518. 

Horticultural Report of the 22d Annual Fair. . .by P. B. Mead. 

New-York, 1850. 25 p. 8^ Pam. t.505. 



Address to the Public, on the occasion of the late disastrous 

conflagration of the Crystal Palace, Noy. 4, 1858. 8 p. 8". Pam, 
V.518. 

Ambeican Institutd op Homceopathy. Proceedings ... for 1855, 
Buffalo, N.Y. Pittsburgh, Ps. 1855. 93 p. 8°. Pam. v. 271. 

Transactions for 1859 : 15th annual session, at Boston. Albany, 

1859. 215 p. 8^ 

American Instrttotors of the Deaf and Dumb. Proceedings of the 
4th convention . , . Staunton, Ta. 1856. Riohmond, 1857. 236 p. 8". 
Pam. T. 473. 

American Iron Mountain Company. Act of the General Assembly 
of the State of Missouri, incorporating the : Together with the 
estimates of the value of the Iron Mountain property, New-York, 
1843. 8°, Pam, v. 205. 

American Jodrnal of Education. Edited by Henry Barnard, LL.D. 
Vol. I - V : Aug. ,1855 - Dec. 1858. Hartford, Ct. 5 v. 8". 

American Joubnal op Education, and College Review. Edi- 
tors, Absalom Peters, D.D.; Henry Barnard, LL.D. No. I, Aug. 
1855 — No. "VI, June 1856. [ H, Barnard cooperated only in the two 
first numbers.] — Vol. ii. Ed. by A. Peters, S.S. Randall, A. Wil- 
der. July- Dec. 1856. New-York. — Vol. iii, Jan. - April 1857. 
New-York, 3 v. 8^ 

AuERiCANt Journal op Insanity. Edited by the medical of&cers of 
the New-York State Lunatic Asylum. Vol. 12-15 : May 1855 ~ 
April 1859, Utioa, 4 v.-8°. 



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American JouENAL OP Phaemact. Vol, 4, 1832; vol. 6,1834; toI. 
8, 1836- vol.24, 1852; vol. 26, 1854 - vol. 28, 1856 ; vol. 30, 31, 
1858, 59. Phikdelpliia. 24 v. 8°. 

The series, to vol, 6, was called " Journal of tlie Philadelphia Collie of 
Pharmacy," and embraces the first of the three series. 

AMEEicANt Journal of Science and Aets. Conducted by E. Silli- 
man, tu. 2d series : Vol. 20 - 27, Nov. 1835 ^ May 1859. New- 
Haven. 8 V. %". 

AMERicANt Journal op the Medical Sciences. No.'l, Nov. 1827, 
to No. 52, Aug. 1840. 26 v. — New series, edited by Isaac Hayes, 
M.D. : Vol. 1, Jan. 1841, to vol. 38, Jul. & Oct. 1859. 38 v. Phi- 
ladelphia. 64 V. 8°. 

American! Land Company. Catalogue of lands of ... . at auction, 
June 1844. New-York, 1843. 124 p. 8". Pam. v. 520. 

AMERiOANt Medical Association, instituted 1847. .Transactions. 
Vol. 8, 9, 10, 11. Philadelphia, 1855, 56, 57, 58. 4 v. 8". 

ependence Hall, Philadelphia, May 2, 
'. i-am. V. lyo. 

See also National Medical Coavention, 1846. 

AjMEEioANt Missionary Association. Proceedings of the Convention 
of Bible Missions, Syracuse, Feb. 1846. — Proceedings of the Se- 
cond convention, Sep. 1846.— A.M.S. 3d, 4th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 
10th, 11th, 12tb Annual Reports. New-York. 1849 - 68. In 4 v. 8". 
— 10th Report, 1856. Pam. v. 525. 

American Mutual Liee Insurance (and Trust) Company. New- 
Haven, Ct. 1850, 55, 58. 12". Pam. v. 618. 

American National Peeacher. See National Preacher. 



American Notes and Queeies. W. Brotherhead, editor. Vol. 1, No. 

1-4, Jan.- Apr.lS57. Philadelphia. 160 p. 8°. Pam. v. 533. 
American Party of New-York. Address. Troy, Feb, 24, 25, 1857- 

16 p. 8". Pam. v. 537. 
American Peace Society, Petition in behalf of stipulated arbitra- 
■ tion . . to the Senate of the U.S. 1853. 4 p. 8". Pam. v. 509. 

No. 1 '■ Appeal to American Christians ... By Pacifleus. New- 
York, 1830. 28 p. 8". Pam, V. 509. 

American! Ph arm acetttical Association. Proceedings, 4th Annual 
meeting. -New-York, 1855. 40 p. 8". Pam. v. 515. 

Proceedings. 6th, 7th Annual meetings : Philadelphia, 1857, 

58. 178, 488 p. 2 v. 8". 

AMBBiCANt PIIII.OSOPHTCAL SOCIETY ; held at Philadelphia, for pro- 
moting useful knowledge. Proceedings,: Vol.6, Jan. 1854 — Dec. 
1858. Philadelphia, 1859. 8". 

Memorial .... praying a repeal of the existing duty on books 

imported. Cong, Doc. Washington, 1822. 7 p. 8°. Pam, v. 470. 

AMEE.IOAN Phrenological Journal. Jan. 1858. New-York. Pam 
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American Polttechnio Jotjrnal. A New Montiily Periodical, de- 
voted to science, meehanio arte, and agriculture. Conducted hj 
Prof, Charles G-. Page, M,D., iate Chief Examiner of patents ; J. 

J, Qreenough, M.B ; C. L. Fleiachmann, C.E Vol.1, Jan, 

185S.— Vol, 2, Deo. 185S ; vol. 3 : Title Greenough's Amer. Pol. 
Jour. ete. Conducted by J- J- Greenough. . .Prof. C. G-. Page. Jan. 
-Jun. 1854; Vol.4, Jul. - Dec. 1854. New-York. 4 v. 8^ 

American Pomolooicai. Conqbess, Report, 2-5 October 1850, in 
Cincinnati... Columbus, 1851. T9 p, 8^ Pam. v.505. 

American' Peesbyterian Almanac. Presb. Pub. Comm. Philadel- 
phia, 1855. Aim. V. 36. 

American Protestant Almanac, N.York, 1846. 12". Aim. v. 14, 36. 

AMERiOANt Protestant Society. 4th Report. New-York, 1848. 8". 
Pam. V. 548. 

American Publishers' Oibcuiar and Literary Gazette. Vol. 
1-5. New-York, 1855 - 59. 6 v. 4°. 

American Quarterly Church Review. Continuation of Church 
Review. Vol.10, Apr. 1858 - Mar. 1859. New-Haven, lv.8". 

American Quarterly Oeserver. Ed. hy Bela B.Edwards. Vol. 
1, Jul. 1833 - vol. 3, Oct. 1834. Boston. 2 v. 8". 

American ( The) Querist i or, Some Questions proposed relative to 
the present disputes between Great Britain and her American colo- 
nies. By a North- American. By Myles Cooper, B.D. Boston : Re- 
printed by MillB & Hicks, im. 32 p. 8". 

American t Railroad Journal. H. V. Poor, editor. Vol. 27-32. 
New-York, 1854 - 59. 6 v. 4^ 

American Railway Guide, 1851. New- York, C.Dinsmore. sm. 4", 
— Aug. 1853. 18°. 2 V. 

American Republican Party, New- York. Address of the General 
Executive Committee ... of the city of New-York, . . .New-York, 
1845. 15 p. 8". Pam. v. 527. 

See Crisis, 1844. 

American School op Mines. Paper No. 4 : Outline of Plan. 4 p. 
8°. Pam. V. 551. 

American Seamen's Friend Society. The Seamen's Cause; em- 
bracing the history. . . By J. P.Warren, Sec. New-York, 1858. 55 
p. 8". Pam. V. 549. 

American Slavery. English Opinion of "Uncle Tom's Cabin." 
Prom the London Times, Sep. 3. 8 p. 8". Pam. v. 269. . 

AMERICAN+ Society for Colonizing the Free People of Colour of the 
United States. 7th, 9th, 37th Report. Washington, 1824, 26, 54.— 
With. A Sketch of the origin and progress of ... . By a Friend to 
the Cause. Hartford, 1833. 24 p. — Also, Report of the Naval Com- 
mittee to House of Representatives, Aug. 1850, in favor ... of mail 
steamers to the western coast of Africa. . . , witli an appendix added 
by the American Colonization Society. Washington, 1850. 79 p. In 
1 V. 8". 

African Repository and Colonial Journal. Vol. 26 - 34, 1850 — 

58. Washington. 9 v. 8°. 



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American Sooiett for Educating Pious Youth for tlie Gospel Mini- 
stry. Appeal . . . Boston, 1816. 20 p. 8". Pam. v. 293. 

American Sooiktt for Meliorating the Condition of the Jewa. 2d 
Annual Report : Princeton, N.J. 1824.— 21st, 23d, 24th Report : 
New- York, 1844, 46,47. — With, Amer. Soc. for Bvangeliiing the 
Jews : New-York, 1817 ; and Female Soe. for . . . the Jews, 1818. 
In 1 T. S". 

The Jewish Chronicle, puhlished under the direction of the. . . . 

and edited by John LilHe ***. Vol. i, ii, iil, IV. New- York, 

1845 - 47. 2 vol. 8°.— Also, Vol. 3, No. 7, 1847 ; vol. 10, No. 9, 
1854. Pam. v. 269. 

Ambeican Society for Promoting the Civilization and General Im- 
prOYement of the Indian tribes in the United States . . lat Report . . 
in Washington. New-Haven, 1824. 74 p. 8". Pam. t. 508. 

American Statesman's Calendar and Register for 1813. New- 
York, D. Longworth. 12". Aim. v. 55. 

AMEBicANt Sunday School Union. 10th, 15th, ISth, 20th, 23d, 
24tSi, 26th, 27th, 30th, 31st, 32d, 33d (abstract), 34th Annual Re- 
port. Philadelphia, 1834, 39, 42, 44, 47, 48, 50, 51, 54, 55, 56, 
57, 58. In 1 V. 8^ 

Catalogue of Books and other publications of : January 1858. 

Philadelphia. 12°. Pam, v. 602. 

Popular Sketch of the rise and progress of Sunday BchooSs in the 

United States. Philadelphia. 48 p. 12°. Pam. v. 173, 251. 

Tracts. No. 21, 22, 25. PkU'a. 8, 16, 12 p. 12°. Pam. v. 289. 

AMERiCANt Temperance Society. 3d Report, Dec. 1829. Audover, 

Mass. 8°. Pam. v. 291.— 4th - 8th Reports, 1831 - 35. See Am. 
Temp. Union, 
American! Temperance Union. Reports. New- York, 1839, 45, 47, 
51, 53, 54. S". Pam. v. 291. 

Permanent Temperance Documents. 3 v. 8°, 

Vol. 1 : 4th - 8th Ann. Reports of Am. Temp, Society, 1831 - 35. 
Vol. 2 : 1st - 8th Ana. Reports of Am. Temp. Union, 183T - 44. 
Vol.3; 9th- 16th Ann. Eeports, 1845 - 52; and pamphlets. 

- — Journal. V. 12 - 15, 1848 - 50, New- York, 1 v.; V. 15 ^ 18, 
1851 - 54, N.York, 1 v.; V. 19 - 21, 1855 - 57, 1 v [ From July 
1857, united with the Prohibitionist ; joint title]. Youth's Tempe- 
rance Advocate. Vol. 9, 10, 11 : 1848 - 50. New-York. In 3 v. 4°. 

Letters from Prof. Stuart,. L, M.Sargent, Gen. Cocke, and. J. 

Edwards, D.D., on the Maine liquor law. See Permanent Temp. 
Documents, v. 3.' 

AMERiCANt Tract Society (£osfo«). 10th, 27th, 44th Report : Au- 
dover, 1824. Boston, 1841, 58. 8".— Brief History of and its 

relations with the Am. Tract Society, N.York. Boston, 1857. 12". 
Pam. V. 297. 

Letters to the Members. , .and to those of the National Society 

in New- York. By the Secretary. Seth Bliss Boston, 1858. 112 

p. 8". Pam. v. 297. 



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'-York). General View of Colportage. 

- Report of tte Special Oomjnittee appointed at the Annual meet- 
ing. .May 7, 1857, to inquire into and review the proceedings of tlie 
Society's Exec. Committee. 8". Pam. v. 297. 

DeseriptiTe and Alphabetical lists of the tracts and volumes. 

48 p. 12". Pam. v. 602. 

See Christian, Christlioher, and Illustrated Almanacs. 



American Tutor's Assistant Revised; or a Compendious System 
of Practical arithmetic .... To which is added a Course of hook- 
keeping by single entry. Philadelphia, 1813. 180, 32 p. 12". 

AsiEBiCANt Unitarian Association. 28thReport, with the addresses 
at the Anniversary, May 24, 1853. Boston, 12". Pam. v. 210. 

Quarterly Journal. V. I - iv, Boston, 1854 - 57. 4 y. 12".— 

V. I, No. 2, Jan. 1854. Pam. v. 198. 
Tracts. Various numbers from No. 55 to No. 259. Boston, 1832 

- 49. Bound in 2 v. 12". Also three in Pam. v. 219, with list of 

tracts. 



Vol. 1, Ko. 1 : Capitol at Washington. 2 : Tomb of Washington. 

3 : Hudson R. from West Point. 4 : Caldwell, Lake George, 

5 : New-York Bay. fl : The Narrows, Lake George. 

7 : Natural Bridge, Va. 8 : Falls of Ni^ara. 
VoL2, No.l ; Two lakes, Oatskill. 2 : Susquehannah riror. 

3 ; Trenton falls. 4 : Outlet of NiaHira river. 

5 : Narrows at I'ort Hamilton. 6 : Baltimore. 

7 : Palisades, Hudson's B. 8 : Boston and Bunkerhill. 



American Widows' Relief Association. 1st Report. New-York, 

1855. 8". Pam. y. 226. 
American Woman's Educational Association. 1st Report, 1853. 

Pam. V. 277.— 2d, 3d, 4th Report, New-Tork, 1854-56. 8". Pam. 

V. 226. 
Americans ( The) Roused, in a Cure for the Spleen. . ,a oonversation 

on the times over a friendly tankard and pipe. ... By Sir Roger de 

Coverley. New-England : New-York, reprinted by James Riving- 

ton (1774). 32 p. 8°. 
American ISC HER Haus- unu Wirthschafts-Calender. Philadel- 
phia, 1793, 95.4". Aim. V. 44, 
Americanischer Stadt und Land Kalender. Philadelphia, 1789, 

92. 4", Aim. V. 44.—. . .1810, 11, 12, 15, 18, 27, 29. Aim. v. 45.— 

1830, 31, 33, 38. 4". Aim. v. 46. 
Amekioanisoh-Teutsche Hausfkeund and Baltimore Calender, 

1832. 4". Aim. v. 46. 



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Ames ( Joaepli), F.R.S. Typographieal Antiquities ; being an Histo- 
rical Account of printing in England, with some memoira of our 
ancient printers and a register of the hoolta printed by them, from 
the year mcocclxxi to the year mdc ; with an appendix concerning 
printing in Scotland and Ireland, to the same time. -London, Faden, 
1749. 598 p. and index. 4". 

Edition enlarged of the same. See, Herbert, W. ; Dibdin, T. 1?. 

nSlaTevy. New-York,1837. 

Ames, Nathaniel. Astrouomical Diary, or an Almanac for 1737 - 49, 
68, 60, 61, 63, 64, 65, Boston, Maaa. ; 1765, 66, reprinted New- 
London, Ct. by T. G-reene ; 1767, Boston ; 1771, Hartford ; 1771, 
unknown place ; 1772, reprinted Ncw-Ha¥en, by T, & S. Green. In 
1 V. 12". 

Amherst+ College, Mass. Catalogue (Triennial) of Crraduatee, 1831, 
39, 42, 45, 48, 51, 57.— Catalogue of the Students, 1836, 44, 51, 
52, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58. Amherst. 8°. 

Catalogue. 1824, 33, 45. Pam. v. 155.— For 1843, Pam. v. 157 ; 

for 1854, Pam. v. 212 ; for 1856, Pam. v. 247. 

[Amhcbst, Nicholas], Editor. See Craftsman, periodical. 

Ami (L') de l'Enpance : Journal dea Sallea d'asile, public sous Ics 
auspices de la Commiaaion Suporieure dea Salles d'asile. . .P^- VI" 
annfee, 1835 - 40. 6 v. ( V. i, ii, in, par M, Cochin et M. Battelle.) 
— Ij™ S6rie, I", II"° ann^e, 1846, 47. 2 v.— III-= 86rie, I, II, 
III""' annee, Oct. 18&4 - Sep. 1857. 3 v. Paris. 11 v. bound in 
V. 8". 

Ammon, Dr. F. A. On the Treatment of Squinting : A Letter to 
Prof. Dieffenbach. New-York, 1841. 8°. Pam. v. 210. 

Amoretti, Antonmaria. Lettere sull'anno natalizio d'AIdo Pio.Ma- 
nuzio, ed alcuae atampe Manuziane. Diretta al Sig. Abate Gaetano 

Marini, primo eustode della Biblioteca Vaticana In Roma, 1804. 

25 p. 8". 

Amort, Rev. Thomas. Sermon, Death of S. Chandler, D.D., 1766 : 
Reb. xi, 13 .... and a Catalogue of hie works. London. 8°. Pam. 
V. 881. 

[ ], A Dialogue on Devotion, after the manner of Xenophon, in 

which the. , . advantages of it are considered. London, 1733, 88 p. 
8°. Pam. V. 336. 

[Amory, Thomas]. The Life of John Buncle, Esq.; containing va- 
rious observations and reflections made in several paita of the world, 
and many extraordinary relations. Vol. I, ii. London, 1766. 2 v. 8". 

Amoht, Thomas C. Life of James Sullivan, with selections from bis 
writings. Boston, 1859. 2 v. 8°. 

Ample Instetjotions for the Barometer and Thermometer .... the 
Sympiesometer and Oil-barometer. . . To which is added. . . various 
atmospherical phenomena. . . .New-York, G. Leone, 1841. 39 p. 8". 
Pam. V. 551. 

Amsterdam. Catalogus van de Bibliotheek der Stad Amsterdam. 
Eerste, Tweede, gedeelte. Amsterdam, 1856, 57. 8". 

Amsterdam Academy or Sciences. See Koninklijke Akad, etc. 



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Printed by le S. J. P. Tronchin du Breuil. 

Amtraldus, Moses. A Discourse concerning tlie divine dreams men- 
tion'd in Scripture, together with, tlie marks and characters by which 
they might be distinguished from vain delusions. In a letter to Mon- 
sieur G-aches, by Moses Amyraldus. Trans, out of tte French, by 
Ja. Lowde . . . London, 1676. 134 p. 18". 

ANAOBEONt. Anacreontis Toii Carmina. . . Notasque cum nova inter- 
pretatione literali adjecit W. Baxter, Subjiciuntur etiam duo vetu- 
stissimse Poetrife Sapphus elegantisaima odaria .... et Theocriti 
Anaereontioum in mortuum Adonin. London, 1695. 131 p. 12". 

Analbctabiblion ; ou Extraits critiques de divers livres rares, oubli^s 
ou peu conuus, tir^s du cabinet du Marquis D. R*** ( DuE-oure). 
Tome premier, second. Paris, 1836, 37. 2 v. in 1, 8°.' 
Pirst published in the Bulletin du Bibliophile, Techener. 

Analogy ef Sacred History and Prophecy ; with .... modern times 
.... A Discourse written in Ireland duiing the late rebellion there, 
1798. London, 1800. 8-. Pam. v. 310. 

Analysis of the Evidence before the select committees upon the slave 
trade. By a Barrister. London, 1850. 121 p. 8°. Pam. v. 438. 

Analytical Sanitary Commission. Records of the results of micro- 
scopical and chemical aaalyaia of the solids and fluids consumed by 
all classes of the public. No. I : Coffee and its adulterations. From 
the Lancet, 1851. 23 p, 8". Pam. v.404. 

Ancient anb Modeen Libbety stated and compared. By John, Lord 
Hervey. London, 1734. 67 p. 8^ Pam. v. 418. 

Ancient History of the Hebrews vindicated ; or Remarks on part of 
the third volume of the Moral Philosopher of T. Morgan. By Theo- 
phaaes Cantabrigiensis. Bp. Samuel Squire. Cambridge, 1741. 100 
p. 8". See Chandler's Vindication, Cat. 1855. 

Anderson, Arthur. National Defence r Our best and cheapest militia 
an auxiliary steam navy. Speech, H. of Commons, March 30, 1852. 
London. 8". Pam. v. 405. 

Anderson, James, AM- Tho Constitutions of the Free-Masons; 
containing the history, charges, regulations, etc. of that most ancient 
and right- worshipful fraternity. For the use of the lodges. London, 
1723 : New-York, fac simile, 1855. 108 p. 4°. 

Anderson ( Jamea), LL.D. The Interest of Great Britain with regard 
to her American Colonies, considered. To which is added an Ap- 
pendix, containing the outlines of a plan for a general pacification. 
London, 1782. 136 p. and appendix 36 pt 1 v. 8". 

Anderson ( M. B.}, University of Rooheater. The End and Means of 
a liberal education." An Inaugural Address- Rochester, 1854. 8", 
Pam. V. 100, 215. 

ANDERSONt ( Rufus), B.D. Sermon : Ordination of Mr. Edward Webb 
as a missionary. Ware, Mass. Oct. 23, 1845. Boston, 1845. %". Pam. 
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ANDE^t, Maj. John, The Cow Chaee ; aa Heroick Poem, in three 
cantos. Written at New- York, 1780, by the late Major AndrS, with 
explanatory notes by the editor. *** London, Fielding, 1781. 32 
p.4«. 
Andkes de 8. Nicolas, P. Fr- Imagen de N. S. de Copaeavana; 
portento del nuevo mundo, y a oonooido en Europa, Al real, y an- 
premo Oonsejo de las luclias, por El P. Fr. Andres de S. Nicolas, 
Agustino Descal^o de la Congregacion de Espafia. Plieg. 40. Ailo 
1663 ... In Madrid, por Andrea G-arcia de la Iglesia. sviii, 296 
p.4». 
Andeesen, a. Luther Keyived ; or a Short Aooount of John Eonge, 
the bold reformer of the Catholic church in Germany. London, 1845. 
36 p. 8". Pam. v. 390. 
Andrews & Botlb. An Earnest Appeal i 
health and happiness. New- York, 1846. J 
Andrews, Charles. Speech, U.S. H. of E. : On Sympathy to L. Kos- 
suth, 1852. 7 p. 8°. Pam. v. 487. 
Andrews, C. 0. Reflections on the operatioi 
education. Boston, 1853. 29 p. 8". Pam. y 
Andrews, Ed. Sermon, Death of W. Townshend : Fs. xssvii, 37, 
London, 1840.— Funeral orations [for C. Beuthhi, T. Bum, ^c). 
Loudon, 1837. — Funeral oration, interment of B. Jacob. London, 
1829. 8°. Pam. v. 380. 
Andrews ( J. W.), Pros. Marietta Collogo. Webster's Dictionaries. 
From the Marietta ( 0.) Intelligencer, Apr. 1-8, 1856. Springfield, 
Mass. 1856. 8°. Pam. y. 227. 
Andrews, Joel W. The Barometer. Albany. 12 p. 8°. Pam. v. 222. 
Andeews, Eobert 0. A Letter to Hon, Robert Peel, on the prevention 
of the re -establishment in Ireland of popery and priestcraft. Lon- 
don, 1828. 20 p. 8". Pam. v. 342. 
Andrews, Stephen Pearl. The Science of Society. No. 1 : The true 
constitution of government in the sovereignty of the individual, as 
the final.development of protestantism, democracy and socialism. 2d 
edition. — No. 2 : Cost the limit of price ; a scientific measure of 
honesty in trade, as one of the fundamental principles in the solution 
of the social problem. New-York, 1852. 70, 214 p. 12°. 

Andrews, T. Vindication of the Church of England ; intended as a 

refutation of the arguments advanced by Mr. Towgood. . . .London, 

1799. S9 p. 8". Pam. v. 32S. 
Amdrbws, W. Almanacks. See News from the Stars, 1679 — 72. 
Andrews+j Beo. William W. A Sermon on withdrawing from the 

Congregational ministry. Preached in Kent, Conn., May 20, 1849. 

With statement of reasons .... 2d edition, with an introductory 

preface. New- York, 1851. 8°. Pam. v. 288. 

The True Constitution of the Church, and its restoration. Read 

to the North Association of Litchfield county, Ct., Sept. 28, 1853. 
■New-York, 1854. 61 p. S". Pam. v. 104. 

Tho Work of the Church in America, especially in the West. An 

Address, Marietta ( 0,), Jiily 28, 1855. New-Yark, 1856. 8<'. Pam. 
V.262. 

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Andrews, Rev. W. W. 

[ ]. See also Apostolic Clmrch, 1858. 

Andros, R. S. S, The United States Customs Guide . . . witli a table 
of duties payable . . . Boston, 1859. 816 p. 12". 

Ahdros, Rev. THomas. An Essay, in which the doctrine of a positive 
divine efficiency exciting the will of man to sin ... is candidly dis- 
cussed Boston, 1820. 132 p. 12°. 

Andey, M. L'Orthop^die ; ou L'Art de prevenir et eon-iger, dans lea 
enfans, lea difformites du corps. . . . Avee figures. Tome premier. A 
Bruxelles . . . 1743. 18°. 

Anecdotes of Boohs and Aiithors. London, 1836. 18". 

AneodOteS of the American Indians, illustrating their eccentricities of 
~ " " " ~ " Evenings in Boston". . . . etc. New- 

Angelus BaiTANNioue, J. Tanner, Epheiii. London, 1679, 1696, 
1705,1715, Aim. Y. 1-4. 

Angi.ieviel de la Beattmellb, L. Vie de Maupertuis. , .Onyrage 
posthume. Snivi de lettres inedites deFr^d^ric le Grand et de Mau- 
pertuis... Paris, 1856. 8". 

Anglo- AMERICAN+ Magazihe. July - Pec. 1855 : Vol. 7. Toronto. 



Anglo-Chinese ( The) KALEffDAB ... for . . .1839 , . of the Chinese 
cycle sera 4476, or the 86th year of the 75th cycle of sixty, being 
the six'" year of the reign of Taou-Kwang. Canton, China, 1839. 
55, XX, 45 p. 8". 

ANGOULtoB, Buchesse D\ Relation du Voyage de Louis xvr et de sa 
FamilEe h Varennes. Par M"'= la Duchesse d'Angouleme. Avee dea 
Notes historiques et biographiques. Londrea, 1824. 36 p. With, 
. Relation d'un Voyage a Bruselles et a Coblenta (1791), par Sa 
Majesty tres chr^tienne Louie XViii. . . 2"'^ Edition. LSndres, 1823, 
129 p. And, M6moive8 particaliera snr la eaptivite de la famille 
royale k la Tour du Temple. Par Madame la Duchesse d'Angouleme. 
Avee des notes tistoriques et biographiques. Londrea, 1824. 130 p. 
1 v. 8". 



Annalen dee K. Steenwakte bey Miinehen. See Bavaria. 
Annales de la TEMpfiRANCE. Sous le Patronage du Conseil Central 

de I'Association Dioc6saine de Ville-Marie. Montreal, 1854. 80 p. 

8". Pam. T. 291. 
Annales d'Htgi6ne publique f,t de M^deoine legale, par MM, 

Adelon, Andral, Boiidin, Brierre de Boismont, etc. Vol. 1 — 50. 

Paris, 1829 - 53. 50 v.— Second series : Vol. 1 - 10, 1854 -^ 58. 

10. V. 60 T. 8". 

AnkalesI des Ponts et Chauss6es. Memoires et Documents 

t I'adlninistration des ponts et chauss6es. 3"'" serie. Tome 
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Annals and Magazine op Naiural Histokt ; including Zoology, 
Botany and Geology. Being a Continuation of the "Annals," com- 
biaed with Loudon and Charlesworth'a Magazine of Natural History. 
Gont. by P. J.Selby, C. O.Babington, J. E.Gray and A. Henfrey. 
Vol. I, ir. 3d aeries. Jan. - Dee. London, 1855. 2 v. 8°. 

AnnaIiS op Science ; being a Beeord of the inventions and improve- 
ments in applied eoience, inolnding tbe Transactions of the American 
Association for the Advancement of Science. Conducted by Hamilton 
L. Smith, A.M. Contimted, without iitlepage. Vol. 2 ; Jan. - May, 
6 nos. 1854. Cleveland, 0. 1 v. 8". 

Annals op the Kingdom op Ireland, by the Four Masters, from 
the earliest period to the year 1616. Edited from mss. in the Library 
of the Eoyal Irish Academy and of Trinity College, Dublin, with a 
translation and copious notes. By John O'Donovan, LL.D.. . . * * * 
Second edition. Dublin, 1856. 7 v. 8°. 

Anne, Queen of England. Speeches in Parliament, 1701 - 12. 48 p. 8". 
No tide. Pam. v. 416. 

[Annett, Peter]. See Resurrection of Jesus. 1743. 

Annexation or Texas. Opinions of Messrs. Clay, Polk, Benton and 
Van Buren. 1844. 16 p. 8". Pam. v. 486. 

Annoncbs de Bibliographie moderns ; 
analytique des livres noiiveaus. Tome I, 
1790. 2 T. S". 

Annuaike de ^'Instruction publique pour. .1854, 57, 58. Eddige 
par J. DelalaJn. Paris. 3 v. 12*. 

ANNUAiBBt DBS Deux. Mondes. Vol. vi, 30 Oct. 1856; V. vii, 20 
Oct. 1857 ; V. VIII, 20 Oct. 1858. From Office of the Revue dea 
Deus Mondes. Paris. 3 v. 8". 

Annuaire public par les E^dacteuis de I'Hortieulteur frangais. Petit 
Almanach du jardinier potager, 1855. Par MM. Bossin et P. 116- 
rincq. Paris. 180 p. — Petit Almanach du jardinier fleuriste, 1855. 
Paris. 180 p. Aim. v. 52. 

Annual! of Scientipic Discovery. ..Ed, by D. A. Wells, for 1856, 
57, 58, 59. Boston. 4 v. l^". 

ANNDALt Registek. Vol. 96 - 100, 1854 - 68. London, 1855 - 59. 
5 V. 8". 

Annual Register of Indian Affairs within the Indian Territory. No. 
4. Published by Isaac M'Coy, . .Shawanoe. . . . Washington, 1838. 
95 p. 8^ Pam. v. 508. 

Another Letter to Mr. Almon, in matter of libel ; with a postscript 
upon contempt of court and attachment. 2d edition, improved. With 
postscript. By R. Grenville, Earl Temple? London, Almon, 1771. 
158, xl p. 8". Pol. Tr, v. 1, and Letter concerning libels, 

Anselir, M. Catalogue des Livres militaires et autres. Paris, 1833, 
35. 12". Pam, v. 102. Cat. v. 1. 

Anspach, Reo. F. B. Discourse, July 4, 1852, on the Death of Henry 
Clay. Hagerstown, 1852. 8°. Pam. v. 268. 

— — A Discourse on Systematic Benevolence, pronounced before the 
Ev, Lutheran Synod of Maryland, Oct. 16, 1852. And an Address 
to the Laity of the Ev. Lutheran Church. Hagerstown, 1853. 8". 
Pam. V. 104, 



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G-eology, Mineralogy and Crystallography. See 

Answer ( The) of the Friend in the West, to a Letter from a Gentle- 
man in the East, entitled, The present state of the colony of Con- 
necticut considered. . . New-Haven. .1Y55. 18 p. sm. 4". 

Ahswee of the Whig Members of the Legislatarc of Massachusetts, 
constituting a majority of both branches, to the Address of His Ex. 
Marcus Morton ; delivered in the Convention of both Houses, Jan. 
1840. Boston, 1840. 36 p. 3". Pam. v. 198, 259. 

Answer to a Discourse, etc. See [Sherlock, William]. 

Answer to a late Pamphlet intituled The judgment and doctrine of the 
olergj of the Church of England concerning one special branch of 
the King's prerogative, via. in dispensing with the penal laws .... 
In a letter to a friend. London, Chiswell, 1687. 39 p. 4". Pam. v. 
408. 

Answer (An) to a late printed paper, given about by some of the Church 
of Eome. In a letter ... .2d ed. Lond. 1686. 18 p. 4°. Pam. v. 356. 

Answer to Alexander Hamilton's Letter, concerning the public con- 
duct and character of John Adams, esq.. President of the United 
States. By a Citizen of New-York. New- York, 1800. 8^ Pam. v. 
259. 

Answer to a pamphlet call'd The Conduct of .the Minbtrj impartially 
examined .... Bv Dr. Shehbeare. London, 1756. 100 p. 8°. Pam. 
V.135. 

Answer to a Pamphlet entituled, Considerations. 1774, See [ Ran- 
dolph, T.]. 

Answer (An) to a Sermon preached at Lambeth the 17 of April Anno 
D. 1608, by George Dowuame, Dootour of Divinitie, and intitvled 
A Sermon def en dinge the honorable function of bishops; wherein, 
All his reasons . . . are answered . . . By Sherewood ? Imprinted 
anno 1609., 59, 166 p. sm. 4". Pam. v. 600. 

Answer (An) to Dr. Sherlock's Preservative against Popery, showing 
that Protestantism cannot be defended, . .By L. Sahran? London, 
1688. 8 p. 4°. Pam. v. 357. 

Answer to some papers lately printed. . .1686. See [Stillingfleet.'B.]. 

Answer to the Address, 1688. See [Williams, J.]. 

Answer (An) to the Bishop of Oxford's Reasons for abrogating the test 
imposed on all members of parliament. An. 1678. , . By W. Lloyd, 
B.D. London, 1686. 46 p. 4". Pam. v. 357. 

Answer (An) to the Character and Conduct of R[obort] W[alpole], 
esq.; with an exact account of his popularity. London, 1717. 40 p. 
8°. Pam. V. 418. 

Answer (An) to the late King James's Declaration to all his pretended 
subjects in the Kingdom of England. Dated at Dublin Castle, May 

8, 1689 By James Welwood. London, 1689. 31 p. 4". Pam. v. 

408. 

Answer (An) to the Letter to Dr. Waterland, in relation to the point 
of circumoision .... By Moses Marcus. London, 1731. 32 p. 8°. 
Pam. V. 353. 



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Answer (An) to the Obserrationa on the papers relative to the rupture 
with Spain. London, Hinkxman, 1762. 35 p. 8". Pam. v. 422. 

Answer (An) to War in disguise ; or, Remarks upon the new doctrine 
of England, concerning neutral trade. By Gmtverneur Morris. N. 
york,.1806. 76 p. 8-. Pam. v. 13. ■ 

ANTHONf { Hearj), D.D. A Sermon giving historical notices of St. 
Mark's Church in the Bowery, N.Y.. . . New-York, 1845. 58 p. 8°. 

Sermon, Death of Hon. Morris S. Miller, Trinity Church, TJtioa, 

Not. 21, 1824. Utica, 1850. 8^ Pam. v. 268. 

ANTHONr, O.H. The Sanctions of Law; an Essay. Y.M.C. Associa- 
tion. ( From Albany Evening Transcript, 1857.) Pam. v. 269. 

Anticipation of the Speeches intended to be apoken in the House of 
Commons. , . Upon the motion of Aid. Newnham, relative to the af- 
fairs of the Prince of Wales. Lond. 1787. 110 p. 8". Pam. v. 411. 

Anticipation; containing the Substance of His M. . .y's most gracious 

Speech to both H. . .s of P. . .1. . .t together with a full and 

authentic account of the debate which will take place. , .5th edition. 
By Rich. Tickell. London, 1778. 74 p. 8". Pam. v. 410. 

Anti-Draco ; or Reasons for abolishing the punishment of death in 
cases of forgery. By a Barrister,. . . London, 1830. 49 p. 8°. Pam. 
V. 403. 

Antigua : Weekly Register. Vol. 28, 30 : 1842, 44. Antigua, W.I. 

Anti-Lancet (The). Explanatory of the Doctrines and Practice of 
the Chronothermal System of Medicine, and Advocate of female 
medical education. A monthly medical journal. Vol. 1, No. 1, April 
1853. W. Turner et ah editors. Providence, E.I. 8". Pam. v. 196. 

E. GHddins, Rochester, N.Y. 1829. Aim. 
53. 

Anti-Masonic Review and Monthly Magazine, Vol.1, No. 6, 
May 1829. H. D. Ward, Ed. New- York. S". Pain, v- 550. 

Antimasonic Republican State Convention, N.Y. Proceedings, 
at Utica, June 21, 1832. 8-. Pam. v. 211. 

Anti-Masonio State Conventions of Massachusetts. Proceedings, 
Dec. SO, 31, 1829; Jan. 1,1830. Boston, 1830. 32 p. 8°.— A Brief 
Report of the Debates .... Boston, 1830. 48 p. S".— No. 4 : 4th 
Anti-Masonic State Convention .... Sept. 11 — 13, 1833. Boston, 
1833. 48 p. 8". Pam. v. 550.— For 1831 and 1833, Pam. v. 211. 

Antiooh College, Yellow-Springs, Ohio. Catalogue, 1S53, 54, 55, 
Cincinnati, 1855, 56.— Circular, 1853. 8^ Pam. v. 480. 

Paris, Treutte! et Wurtz, Prospectus, f . 

AntisellI, Thomas. The Manufacture of photogenic or hydro-carbon 
oils, from coal and other bituminous substances, ..New- York, 1859. 
144 p. 8". 

AHTi-SLAVEKr Reportee. No. 69, Oct. 20, 1830. London. 8". Pam. 



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38 G-ENERAL LIBRAEY. 

Anti-Slavkkt Sooiett. The Progress of colonial reform since 

May 15, 1823. , . with respect to negro slavery. London, 1826, 49 
p. 8°. Pam. T.437. 

■ Address . . . approaching termination ef colonial slaver j. Londoii, 

1834. Pam. y. 438. ■ 

Antonio Fosoarini : An Historical Drama. London, 1836. 107 p. 
8". Pam. V. 396. 

Antonio, Nicolas. Bibliotheea Hispana Vetna ; sive Hispani Scriptores 
qui al) Oetayiani Augusti aavo ad animm Chvisti md florweruat. 
Auctore D. Nieolao Antonio Hiapalensi, I. C. . ; Ourante Francisco 
Perezio Bajerio. . . .Beg. Bib. Pal. Mat. Praefeetd, qui et prologum 
et auctoris vit^ epitomen, & notulas adjecit. Tomus primus, com- 
plectens milliarium saeculum ; tomus secundua, ab anno m ad md. 
Matriti, 1788. xiviii, 556, 8 ; ssii, 467 p. In 2 y. f . 

Antonio, Nicolas. Bibliotheea HiapanaNova; siyeHispanorumScrip- 
torum qui ab anno md ad mdclxxsiv floruere notitia. Auctore I). 
Nieolao Antonio Hiapalensi I. 0.. . .Nunc primum prodit, recognita 
emendata aucta ab ipso auctore. Tomus primus, secandus. Matriti, 
1783, 88. ssiii, 830, 680 p. 2 v. f . 

Apelacion al Pueblo Oolombiano, y a los demas pueblos de America. 
Bogota, 1827. 50 p. 8°. W. 0. 632. 

AtOLLONiTis Dy.soolub. Apollonii Dyacoli, Alexandrini, Grrammatici, 
Historite Commentitiae Liber. loannes Meursius recensuit, Syntagma 
de ejus nominis Scriptoribus, & (Jommentarium addidit. Lugd. 
BataT. Elzevir, 1620. sm. 4°. — With, Meursi Denarius Pytbago- 
rious, 1631. 

Apollonius, of Alexandria. Apollonii Sopbiatse Lexioon G-r£Bcum 
Iliadis et Odysseje. Primus ex eodioe manuscripto Sangermanensi in 
lucem vindicayit. . . . atque animadveraionibus peraetuis illustrayit, 
& yersiouem latinam adjeoit Johannes Baptists Casparus d'Ausae 
de Villoison. ... Cum prolegomenis, indicibus, . . .Acoedit prteter 
multa, buo usque inedita, Philemonis G-rammatrei fragmenta, Tertii 
Iliadis libri prosaiea metapbrasia grjeoa.... Lutetise Parisiornm, 
1773. 2y.f^. 

APOLLONitrs EHODina. Apollonii Ehodii Argonauticorum libri qua- 
tuor. Grrffiee cum yersioae Lat. Scboliis G-rr. commentario indicibus 
edidit Cbristiamis Daniel Beekius. Volumen primum. Lipsise, 1797. 
8". 

Apoloseticai- Vindication of tbe Church of England; 1687. See 
[Hiekes, George]. 

Apology (An) for tbe Church of England in the Canadas- Kingston, 
Can. 1826. 22 p. 8^ Pam. y. 490. 

Apology (An) for the Clergy of the Church of England, touching their 
claims of spiritual powers. . . London, 1734. 36 p. 8°. Pam. y. 322. 

Apology (An) for tbe Conduct of the present administration as to fo- 
reign affairs generally, but particularly with regard to France. . . . 
In a letter. . .London, 1744. 54 p. 8". Pam. y. 446. 

Apology (An) for the Liturgy and Clergy of the Church of England, 
in answer to a pamphlet entitled Hints, &o. By Bishop S. Horsley. 
. . LondoE, 1796. 95 p. 8-. Pam. y. 323. 



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Apostolic Chpkoh. To all wto profess the faith of Christ, and have 
been baptized. Ending .- From the Churches gathered nndei' Apo- 
stles in the United States and Canada. April, 1858. 15 p. 8". Pam. 
T. 490. 

Apostolical Confobmitt stated and asserted. London, printed in 
the year 170S. vi, 24 p. 4°. Pam. v. 358. 

Appeal (An) from the Greek committee to the British pubKo, 1822. 
8". Pam. Y. 392. 

Appeal (An) in Behalf of Church government ; addressed to the pre- 
lates and clergy .... By a Member of the Church. London, 1840. 
147 p. 8". Pam. v. 327. 

Appeal (An) to common reason and candor, in behalf of a Review : 
Submitted to , . . members of the Church of England.. . . By Rev. 
John Jones. London, 1750. 154 p. 8". Pam. v. 323. 

Appeal (An) to Heaven and Earth against the Christian Epici\reans, 
who have betraved their king and country. . . . By Socrates Chris- 
tiioias {Edward Stephens). London, 1691. 6, 12 p. 4°. Pam. v. 357. 

Appeal (An) to liqwor makers, liquor venders, and lienor drinkers.. . 
Columbus, 0. 1850. 16 p. 8^ Pam. v. 292. 

Appeal (An) to philosophers, philanthropists and legislators. Printed 
for the author, 1857. 8 p. 8". Pam. v. 513. 

Appeal (An) to reason and justice, in behalf of the British Constitution 
. . .in which the present important contest with the revolted colonies 
is impartially considered. . , .London, 1778. 176 p. 8°. Pam. v. 451. 

Appeal (An) to the Christian public, on the evil and impolicy of the 
Church engaging in merchandise .... and evil working of charity 
publication societies. Philadelphia, 1849. 24 p. 8". Pam- v. 295. 

Appeal (An) to the Landholders 

an excise upon tobacco and wi 

425. 
Appeal (An) to the Members of the United Churches. Philadelphia, 

1826. 24 p. 8°. Pam. v. 490. 
Appeal to the People ; being a Review of the late correspondence and 

documents relating to the rejection of the British Minister, including 

an Examination of the "Arrangement" of April last. By William 

Coleman, Ed. N.Y. Ev. Post. New-York, 1810. 120 p. 8°. Pam, v. 

197. ' 
Appeal to the "Whig National Convention, in favor of the nomination 

of Daniel Webster to the Presidency. By a Whig from the start. 

New-Tork, 1848. 8°. Pam. v. 197. 

Appelitjs, Joh. C. Vervolg van aanmerkingen over 't regt gebruik 
van 't Evangelie. Groningen, 1762. clxsii, 474 p. 8°. 

Appendix to a Letter to Dr. Shebbeare, 1775. See [ Eaillie, Hugh]. 

Appendix (An) to the Impartial Statement of the controversy respect- 
ing the decision of the late Committee of Canvassers. New- York, 
1792. 22 p. 8". Pam. V. 259. 



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40 GENERAL LIBRARY. 

APPLBTONt ( D.) & Co. Appleton's Cyolopiedia of Biograpty ; em- 
bracing a series of original memoirs of the most distinguislied per- 
■ sons of all times, written for the wort by Sir A. Alison, ^c. -f-c. 
American edition, edited by Francis L. Hawks, D.D. LL.D. With 
s illustrations. New- York, 1856. 8". 



Appleton'fl Illustrated Handbook of American Travel : A full 

and reliable Gruide by railway, steamboat and stage, to the cities, 
towns, waterfalls, battlefields. . . -in the United States and the Bri- 
tish Provinces. By T. AddisonRichards. With careful maps. . .*** 
New-York, 1857. 413 p. 12°. 

Appleton'a Railway and Steam-navigation Guide, for the United 

States and theCanadas Accompanied by a complete guide to the 

principal hotels By G-. F. Thomas, Travelliag Agent. N.Ycrk, 

Jul. 1856, Nov. 1856, Dec. 1856, Apr. 1857, Oct. 1857, Aug. 1858. 
6 V. sm. 4». 

Railroad Companion, 1848. See Wiliams, W. 

Appleton's Library Manual New-York, 1852. 8". 

Appleton's New Catalogue of American and English Books . . . 

with a complete index. New-York, .1857. With . . . List of new 
works .... 1856; and Descriptive Catalogue of school, academic, 
and collegiate text-books . . . 1856, &c. in 1 v. 8°. 

& Company's Own Publications, 1859. New- York. 234 p. 12^ 

Appleton ( Jesse), D.D. Sermon, at the Annual Election, Mass. May 

25 : Is. xxsiii, 6. Boston, 1814. 8". Pam. v. 557. 



APPLBTONt, Nathan. Correspondence between : and John G- Palfrey, 
intended as a siipplement to Mr. Palfrey's pamphlet on the Slave 
power. Boston, 1846. 20 p. 8". Para. v. 562. 

Memoir of the Hon. Abbott Lawrence, prepared for the Maas. 

Hist. Society. Boston, 1856. 21 p. 8°. Pam. v. 494. 

AmETOHt (Nathaniel), D-D. A Discourse occasioned by the . . death 
of Rev. Edward Wigglesworth, D.D., Prof, of Divinity in Harvard 
College. Boston, N.E. 1765. 8". 

Sermon, Eoxbury, Nov. 9, 1750 ; Ordination of Rev. Oliver 

Peahody jr. Acts xvii, 2, 3. Boston, N.E., Draper, 1751. 36 p. 8". 

Application of Barruel's Memoirs of Jacobinism to the secret socie- 
ties of Ireland and Great Britain. Bv the Translator. .R. Clifford. 
London, 1798. ssii, 50 p. 8". Pam. v". 337. 

Apprentices' Libraet Company, Philadelphia. Charter and By- 
Laws. Philadelphia, 1856. — Annual Report of the Managers, 1856, 
57, 58. Philadelphia, Pam. v- 275.— Report for 1855, Pam. v. 205. 

Aprosio (Angelico) da Vbntimiglia. Bibliotheea Aprosiana, liber 
rarissimus, et h, nonnuUis inter anekdotous numeratus, jam ex lingua 
italica in latinam conversus. Prsemisit prsefationem notasque non- 

uullas addidit Job. Chr. "Wolfius Hamburgi, 1734. 248 p. and 

index, 12°. 

md statuary. . .London, 25 p. 18". Pam. 



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Apthobp, Rev. East. The Character and Example of a Christian 
woman. A Discourse at Christ Church, Cambridge, on the death of 
Mrs. Anne Wheelwright : By East Apthorp, M.A., Miasioaary at 
Cambridge.*** Boston, Green & Russell, 1764, 32 p. 4.°. 

Letters on the Prevalence of Christianity before its civil esta- 
blishment ; with Observations on a late history of the decline of the 
Roman Empire. By East Apthorp, M.A., Vicar of Croydon.*** 
London, 1778. sxvi, S91 p. 8". 

Arabic and English Grammatical and Familiar Oialogues, chiefly 
intended for the use of students in the English language. Malta, 
1840. 188 p. 8". 

AEAGOt, Francois. QSuvrea completes. Paris, 1854 - 59. 12 v. 8°. 
Contents : 
T, I. Notices Biographiques. Histoire de ma jeunesse. Fresncl; Volta; 

T. Young; J.Fourier; Watt; Carnot. 
V.ii. Notices Biographiques. J. J. Ampere; Oaritat de Condorcet; Eail- 

ly; G. Monge; Poisson. 
. T. III. Notices Biographiques. Gay-Lussac; Malus; Biographies des prin- 

cipaux astronomes; Moliere; Discours fun6raircs. 
V. IV. Notic<3s Scientifiques, T. 1 : Le Tonnerro; Electro-magnfitisme; 

MagnMisme terrestre; Aurores borWes. 
T. V. Notices Scientifiques, T. 2: Notice historique des machines ^vapeur; 

Explosions des machines H. vapeur; Les ohemins de for; Sur les chaux; 

Navigation. 
T.vi. Notices Scientifiques, T. 3 : Les phares; Les fortifications; Les 

puits for^s .. Sur divers 6tablissemeiits publics, ., 
V. Til. Notices Scientifiques, T.4 : Scintillation; Constitution physique du 

soleil et des ^toiles; Eclipses; Polarisation; Daguerreotype; Action 

de la lumi^ro. 
V. vni. Notices Scientifiques, T. 5 : Prediction du temps; L'influence de 

lalunc; Sur le rayounement de lachaleur; De la formation de la' glace; 

Etat thermometrique du gloiie terrestre. 
v. IS. Instructions : Rapports et potioes sur les questions & r^oudre pen- 
dant les voyages scientifiques. 
y. X. MSmoires Scientifiques, T. 1. 
V. SI. MSmoires Scientifiques, T. 2 : Vitesse de son; MSsure de la mSri- 

dienne; Forme et constitution des planfites; Pouvoirs refringents. 



(Euyre posthume. Tome iii, iv. Paris, 

Arcana ; or the Principles of the late Petitioners to Parliament, for 
relief in the matter of subscription. In viii letters. Sy Reo. Robert 
Robinson. Cambridge, 1774, 110 p. 8^ Pam. v. 319. 

Aech.«ological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland. Memoirs 
illustrative of the history and antiquities of Wiltshire and the city 
of Salisbury . . . communicated . . . July, 1849. London, 1S51. 314 
p. and plates. 8°. 

ArchjEoloqioal (The) Journal. See British A rehEeol. Association. 

Archives Israelites, Recueil mensuel , . . , S. Cahen. Xiv annfie- 
Paris. 8". Pam. v. 523. 
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42 GENERAL LIBRARY. 

Arctic ( The) ReQioms ; teing an Account of the American Expedition 

in search of Sir John Franklin, under the patronage of H. Grinnell. 

Buffalo, N.y. 365 - 369 p. 12". Pam. y. 500. 
Arctic Rewabds, and their claimants. London, 1856. 31 p. 8". Pam. 

V. 500. 
Are the Innovations b 

insignificant ? Londor 
Are the West-India Colonies to he preserved? A few plain facts 

. . . signed T. H. London, 1840. 16 p. 8°. Pam. v. 438. 
Argelati, p. PhJlippi Argelati Bihliotheca Scriptorum Mediolanen- 

sinm ; seu acta et elogia Tiroruni omnigena emditione illustrinm, 

qui in meti-opoU iiisubiice, oppidisque cireumjaoentihns orti sunt. . . 

Proemittitur c. 1. J os. Ant. Sasii . . . Hiatoria Tjpographioa Mediola- 

nensis. ..cam indicibus... Tom. i, ii. Mediolani, 1745. In 4 v. f". 
Argentine Repdblio. Constitucion de la RepnbJiea Argentina, 

sancionada por el Congreso Creneral constituyente el 24 de Diciembre 

de 1826. Y el Manifiesto, etc. Buenos-Ayres, 1826. 65 p. 8°. W. 0. 

632. 
ArQOLtjs, a. Andrese Argoli . . . De diebvs criticis et segrorum de- 

cvbitT libridvo. .. Patavii, 1651. S83p.sm.4''. 
Akouhent ( The) a priori cpncerning the Existence and Perfections of 

God stated and considered. London, 1737. sv, 56 p. 8°. Pam. 

V.444. 
Argumekt ... on a standing army, 1697. See [ Moyle, W.]. 
Argument (An) to prove the Unity and Perfections of God a friori' 

Sy Sei). Mases £.oiaman. London, 1735. 32 p. 8°. Pam. v. 444. 



Akgtjs ( The). Vol. 1, Nov. 20, 1797. Putney, Vt. See Mass. Spy, Cat. 
1855. 

AaiosTot, L. The Orlando Furioso. TransUted into .English verse . , 
with Notes by W.S.Rose... Vol. i. London, Bohn, 1858. 1 v. ISi". 

ARiETOPHANBst. Plutus : ComSdie d'Aristophane, avec dea Notes en 
frangais par A. J. Dueasau, . , Paris, Hachette, 1851. 131 p- 12°. 

The Comedies of Aristophanes, translated into familiar blank 

verse, with notes, preliminary observations on each play, etc. By 
C. A. Wheelwright, M.A. To which is added, A Dissertation on the 
Old Greek Comedy, from the German of Waohsmuth. Oxford, 1827. 
2 V. 8". 

ARiSTOTLEt- Liber Predicabilium Poi-phirii ; Liber Predicamentorum 
Aristotelia ; Liber sex Principiorum Porretani ; Liber i peri Her- 
menias Aristotelia .... etc. Col. Venetiis p. Baptistas de Tortis, 
Mcceclxxxiiii, Die sxvi; Jannarii. 164 p. f-*. With [Libri octo 
Physieorum ; Libri tres de eoelo et mundo ; Libri duo de generatione 
et corruptione ; Libri qiiatuor metheocum ; Libri tres de anima ; 
Liber de plantis ; Liber de morte et vita ; Liber duodecim meta- 
physices]. CoL Explicit Opera Aristotelis de natural! philosophia 
impressa Venetiis .... Anno Domini millesimo-eccc-lxxxii, pridie 
Nonas Aprilis. And Averois de substantia orbia. 712 p. i". In 1 v. 



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;'•' ■ "" Summa Phitosophise Moralis, quam setiiicen diciint Aristotelia 
peripatetic orum principis ad Nicliomaotmi. Col. : Finis hujus Surame 
^thicorum Liptzilc, per Jacobum Tanner Herbipolenaem summa 
diligentia, labore non modico impresse. Anno rederaptoria nostre 
1504, sedeeima Novembris, 47 p. P. See. Welleadarffer, V. 

! la traduction frangoise 

Notes sur I'Histoire des Animaux d'Aristote. Par M. Camus. 

Paris, 1783. 4". 
Arkansas. First Report of a Geological Reoonnoissanoe of the nor- 

tbern counties ... By D. D. Owen. Little-Rock, 1858. 256 p. 8°. 
AblinotON, Henry Bonnet, Earl of. Lettres d« Comte cl'Arlingtoii 

au Chev. Temple, contenant line relation esacte des Traitea de I'E- 

vSque de Munster, de Br^da, d' Aix la Cbapelle . . From the English. 

Utrecht, 1701. 2 v. 12°. 

Akmistead, Wilson. A Tribute for the Negro; being a Vindication 
of the moral, intellectual and religious capabilities of the coloured 
portion of mankiad. Manchester, Kng. 1848. xxxv, 564 p. 8°. 

[ARMROTDt, George]. A Connected View of the whole internal or- 
ligation of the United States, natural and artificial ; present and 
prospective. "With maps. 1st edition. Philadelphia, 1826. 192 p. 8". 
W. C. 507. 

Armstrong, George. Sermon on occasion of the late storm .- Matt. 
Yiii, 26 ; at Bristol, London, 1839. 8". Pam. v. 378. 

Armstrong ( George D.)i O-D. The Summer of the Pestilence ; A 
History of the ravages of yellow fever in Norfolk, Virginia, a.d. 
1855. Second edition. Phikdelphia 1856. 18". 

[ARMSTBONG+, Dr. John]. The Art of Preserving Health : A Poem. 
London, 1744. 134 p. 4". Pam. v 1012. 

Armstrong, Rev. John. A Further Appeal for the formation of church 
penitentiaries. London, 1851. 24 p. 8". Pam. v. 403. 

Armstrong, Kosciusko. Examination of Thomas L.M'Konncy's Reply 
to the review of his narrative. New-York, 1847. 8". Pam. v. 194. 

ABMBTROHGf , Reo. Lebbeus. The Temperance Reformation ; its history 
... to the . . . law of Maine, 1851. . , .and the influence of the pro- 
mulgation of that law on the political interest of the State of New- 
York, 1852. . . . New-York, 1853. 408 p. 12°. 

Armstrong ( P.). The Jawbone of an Asa examined ; being a Dialogue 
between Mr. Sneerhim Speakplain and Mr. Surface Shallowbrain, on 
the merits of a late publication by A. H,, called "General Censure, 
Or Sampson with a jawbone in his hand." N.York, 1811; 8°. Pam. 
V.197. 

Aemt List, British. See Groat Britain- 

Aknold, J. L. Poems : By the late Josias Lyndon Arnold, esq., of 
St.Johnsbury ( Vermont), formerly of Providence. . . . Providence, 
1797- 134 p. 12° imp. 

Arnold!, Samuel G. History of the State of Rhode-Island and Pro- 
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ARNOLnt ( Thomas), D,D. Two Sermons on tlie interpretation of pro- 

pheoy. Oxford, 1339. 77 p. 8". Pam.T.310. 
Arnold, Wm.n. Tte Profanation of the Pulpit briefly displayed ; 

being a Stricture upon the conduct of licentious clergymen .... 

London, 1828. 54 p. S". Pam. v. 339. 
Aenot, Hugo. A CoUeotiou and Abridgment of celebrated criminal 

trials in Scothind, from A.D. 1536 to 1784. With historical and cri- 
tical remarks.*** Edinburgh .. 1785. 4°. 
AKRiANust. Arriani Nicomediensis Espeditionis Alexandri libri sep- 

tem et Historia Indica, ex Bonav. Vuleanii interp. latina . . . Opera 

J.Gronovii. Lugd. Bat. 1704. f. 
Art ( L') Iatrtquk : Poeme en quatre chants- Ouvrage posthume de 

M. L. H. B. L. J. By Bourdelin le jeune. . . Amiens, 1776. 93 p. 

12^ Pam. T.612. 
Art! Jourmal. New Series. Vol. i, ii, iil, iv, v : 1855, 56, 57, 58, 

59. London. 5 v. 4°. 

March, 1849^ Dec. 1850. London. 4". 

Art ( The) of Restorino ; or. The Piety and Probity of Gen. Monk 
in bringing about the last Restoration, eTidenced from his own au- 
thentic letters .. . London, 1714. 48 p. S". Pam.T.442. 

Art Treasures of the United Kingdom. Catalogue of the Art Trea- 
aurea of the United Kingdom : Collected at Manchester in 1857. 
Paintings, Portraits, and Ornamental art. London, 232 p. 12". 

Art Usion of London. Report . . 1843. 8". Pam. v. 400. 

Art Union of Philadelphia. Transactions for the year 1848 and 1849. 
Philadelphia . . 1S48, 49. 64, 71 p. in 1 v. 8°. 

Circular, June 1852. 4». Pam. v. 1015. 

Arthor. La Mort d'Arthure : The History of King Arthur and of 

the Knights of the :fcoTind Table. Compiled by Sir T. Mallory. Ed. 

.. by T.Wright.. London, J.R.Smith, 1858. 3 v. 18°. 
Arthur, Rev. William. The Church in the Catacombs : A Lecture. . 

1849. London. 8". Pam. y.395. 
ARTHURt, William. The Successful Merchant : Sketches of the Life 

of Mr. Samuel Budgett, late of Kingswood Hill. 22d thousand. 

New- York, 1«57. 411 p. 18°. 

An Etymological Dictionary of family and christian, names ; 

with an Essay on their derivation and import. N.York, 1857. 12°. 

Akthtis (Gothard), Dantiscanus. Historia Indise Orientalis ex variis 
auctoribus eollecta . . . qua regionum et insularum situs et commo- 
ditas, eic. deseribontur. Col- Ag tip. 1608. xx, 616 p. 18°. 

Articles of a Joint Stook Association, or limited partnership, ac- 
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6, 11 p. 8°. Pam- V- 498. 



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AawiDSSONt, A. I. FBrteckiiing ijfver Kongl- Bitliottekets i Stock- 
holm laUndska Handskrifter. TJtgifven af Adolf Iwar Arwidsson. 
Stockholm . . 1848. 199 p. 8°. 

AsAM Baptist Association. Keport of the Asain Mission, at the 
close of the year 1851 ; with the Minutes of the First meeting of 
the . . association, Sibsagor, Asam, 1852, 8°, Pam. v. 219. 

AsQlLL, John. An Abstract of the Public Funds granted and con-' 
tinned to the Crown since 1 W. & M., and still existing. , .With an 
Essay for the more speedy redemption of the perpetual funds .... 
London, 1715. 28 p. 4°. Pam. v. 408. 

Ash, St.George, Bp. Sermon, 1715. See Society Prop, tlie Gospel. 

Sermon, Soc, for Ref. of Manners : Pj. xciv, 16. London, 1717. 

8". Pam. T. 866. 

AsHETiKTON BiNNER, Cuttings from several of the New-Tork news- 
papers relating to the Dinner to Lord Ashburton, Sept. 1, 1842. 4". 

AsHDOWNB, William. Two Letters to the Bishop of Landaff .... oji 

the operation of the Holy Spirit Canterbury, 1788. 8°. Pam. 

V. 302. 

ASHER ( A.) & Co. List of Curious and Bare Books. Berlin, 1844. 
Cat. V. 35.— Catalogue of books for sale, 1842 : Cat. v. 34 ; 1848, 
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Catalogue of Library for sale. See Schumacher. 

ASHEK, G. M. Bibliographical and Historial Essay on the Dutch books 
and pamphlets relating to New-Netherland and to the Dutch West- 
India Company, as also on the maps, charts, etc. of New-Netherland, 
accompanied by an historical map of the country .... Amst. 1854 
— 55. 5 numbers, 4°. Work not rompleled. 

Ashlar (The). A.Weston, editor. Vol 1, No. 2, Oct. 1855. Detroit. 
Pam. V. 264. — Vol. 3, No. 1, Sept. 1857. Chicago and Detroit. 8". 
Pam. V. 550. 

Ashley, Lord- See Cooper, Ant. Earl of Shaftesbury. 

AsHLEYt, J The Second Part of Memoirs and Considerations con- 
cerning the trade and revenues of the British Colonies in America 
London, 1743. xii, 127 p. 8". 

AsHMoLE, Elias. Catalogue of his Mas, See Black, W- H. 

AsHMiTN, G-. Speech, U.S. H. of E,. : Reply to C. J. IngcrsoU's attack 
on D. Webster, 1846. 16 p. 8". Pam. v. 487. 

Speech, H. of E., on the Mexican War. Washington, 1847. 16 

p. 8». Pam. Y. 486. 

Ashton's ('D. R.) Institute for Young Ladies. Philadelphia, 1858. 
8". Pam. V. 460. 

Asiatic Cholera : Its symptoms, remedies and preventives. New- 
York, 1848. 64 p. 8°. Pam. v. 271. 

Askew (Anthony), M.D. Ejbliotheca Askeviana : Quorum auotio flet 
... 13 Feb. 1775. 149 p. 8". With prices. 

AsLiN, Robert. A Treatise on Divine Wisdom exemplified. London, 
Palmer, 1834. 16 p. 18", Pam. v. 310, 



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AsPLAND+j Bew.. Robert. Sermon, IJiiitarian Soe. for Christ. Know- 
ledge. London, 1815. 8". Pam. y. 316. 

The "Unitarian's Creed : From Mr. Aapland's Plea . . . London, 

1827. 8". Pam. V. 317. 

AssAHxr, P, Observations on the Disease called the Plague ; on the 
Dysentery, the Ophtlialmy of Egypt. . . .with some Remarks on the 
Tellow Eever of Cadiz. . . . Trans, from the French by Adam Neale. 
To which is added, A Letter coneerning tie Seasoning, or yellow 

feyer of tte West Indies :■ By Gfeorge Pinekard New-York, 

1806. 12". 

AssHETON ( William), D.D. Sermons, Sons of the Clergy, 1699 : Ec. 
is, 10. London, 1700. 8". Pam. v. 303. 

[ ]. See Discourse on profane swearing, 1698. 

AssiENTO que se tomo con Antonio Pernandea Delbas, sobre la renta 
y proiiiaion general de esclauos negros para las Indias, alio de mil y 
seiscieutoa y quinze. Madrid ? 20 p. P. 

Associate Synod. A Warning against Popery. .Sept. 2, 1778. Edin- 
burgh, 1799. 74 p. %". Pam. v. 344. 

Associated Banks of Massachusetts. 6th Annual Report. , . for the 
suppression of counterfeiting. Boston, 1859. 40 p. 8". Pam. v- 463. 

Association of Banks for the suppression of oounterf citing. A 

Report upoa the Bubjeot of bank notes, May 1854. Boston, 1854. 
8». Pam. V. 262. 

AsaociATiON for improTing the condition of the poor. First Report of 

a committee on the sanitary condition of the laboring classes of the 

city of New-York. . . New-York, 1853. 32 p. 12°. Pam. y. 501. 
Association for promoting the relief of destitution in the metropolis. 

7th, 8th Report : 1850, 51. London, 1851, 52-. 79, 82 p, 8°. Pam. 

V. 472. 
Association for the benefit of colored orphans. 17th Report, N.York, 

1853. 12''. Pam. v. 225.— 18th Report, N.Tork, 1854. 12°. Pam. 

y. 627. 
Association for the eshibition of the industi^ of all nations. Statement 

in regard to the organization New- York, 1853. 50 p. 8". 

Pam. V. 518. 

Official awards of juries. N.Tork, 1853. 98 p. 8^ Para. v. 518. 

Association for the improvcmciit of tlie poor.. 1st Report. Albany, 
1846. 8°. Pam. v. 535. 

AseociATiONt for the relief of aged indigent females : Incorporated 
April 1849; organized, Oct. 1849. Boston, 1858. Pam. v. 243. 

Association for the relief of respectable aged indigent females. 30th 
Report. New-Tork, 1843. 12". Pam. v. 627.— 42d, 44th Report. 
New- York, 1855, 57. Pam. v. 226. 

Association of Lake Underwriters. Proceedings of the Board of ma- 
rine inspectors of Buffalo, 1856. 12°. Pam. t. 529. 

Association of the Franklin- Medal Scholars. Boston, 1858. Pam, 



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Association of the Girls' IMustrial School. 1st Report. New- York, 
1854. 12". Pam. v. 250. 

AST, Fiederiet. Belewchtung der Epikureisclieii Etfiik. 1831. 20 p. 
See Konig. Baier. Alt. Reden, t. 5. 

AeTiER, E. Sjsteme metriqiie et legal des poids et meaures. 3^ Edition. 
Paris, Delalain, 1857. 168 p. 18". 

AsToRt LiBKABT, Catalogue or Alphabetical Index of tlie Alitor 
Library. In two parts : Part I, Authors and Books, A - L. New- 
York, 1857, 58. 2 v.S". 

— . List of Periodicals and Transactions of Societies taken in at the 
Astor Library, 1855. 24 p. 8". 

Anniial Report of the Trustees to the Legislature, Jan. 1857, 

58. Albany, 1857, 58. Pam. t. 275. 

AsTRONOMiCAi. DiART : S. Ellsworth, Hartford, T. Green, 1767 ; E. 

Watson, 1772 ; 1772, N. Low, Boston, 1772 ; N. Stroag, Hartford, 

1792, '93, '94, 1803. Aim. v. 19. See also Ames, N. 
AsTROMOMiCALt ( The) Journal -. Edited by B. A. Gould jr. Vol, 4, 

July 1854 - Oct. 1856. Oamhridge, Mass.— "Vol. 5, to Dec. 1858. 

Alhany, JV.Y. 1859. 2 v. 4°. 
AsYLB DES AvEuaLES de Lausanue. Rapports .... Annees 1850, 

61, 52, 53. Lausanne, 1S51 ~ 54. Pam. v. 218. 



Asylum (An) for Fugitive Pieces in prose and verse, not in any other 
collection ; with several pieces ne'ver before published. A new edi- 
tion, including many pieces not in the former edition, and several 
never before printed. Ed. by J. Almon- Lond. 1785 - 93, Debrett. 
4y.l2". 

AsTLUMt for the relief of persons deprived of the use of their reason. 
2ist Report. Philadelphia, 1838. 8". Pam. v. 201.— 38th Report, 
1856. Pam. V. 235. 

Athanasius, S. Saneti Patria nostri Athauasii Archiepisoopi Ale- 
xandrite Opera quie reperiuntur omnia. Editio nova, justa Parisinam 
anni 1626 ado,rnata. Quam htec editio aliis haetenus vulgatis iocu- 
pletior sit, epistola ad leetorem indicabit. Cnth indicibua neceasariis. 
*** Colonise . . 1686. 2 v. f" Gr. and Lat. 

Athen^um Club. Constitution : No. 108 Fifth Avenue, JV.Y. 1859. 
Pam. V. 627. 

ATHESjEUMf Journal of Liteeature, for 1855, 56, 57, 58. London. 
In 5 V. 4". 

Athen^um of Philadelphia. Annual Report of the Directors. Phi- 
ladelphia, 1856. 8". Pam. v. 275. 

ATHENAaORAS. De mortuornm resur recti one. See Philo Judteus. 

Atkins, M.R. Address, Philo- Franklin Lit. Soc. of Allegheny College, 

Pa. Buffalo, 1857. 8". Pam. v. 514. 
Atkinson, S. The effects ot the new system of free trade upon our 

shipping, colonies and commerce. . .to Hon. W. Huskissou. London, 

1827. 63 p. 8°.— A second leiter, &c. London, 1827. 51 p. 5". Pam. 

V. 424. 



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Atkinson:, Thomas W. Oriental and "Western Siberia ; A Narrative of 
seven years explorations in Siberia, Mongolia, the Kirghis Steppes, 
Chinese Tartary, and part of Central Asia ;. with a map. London, 
1858. 611 p. 8". 

Atkinson, Rev. W. Christopher. A Historioal and Statistical Aooonnt 
of New- Brunswick, B.N.A., with advice to emigrants. . .3d edition. 
■** Edinburgh, 1844. xvi, 234 p. 18». 

Atktns, Richard. The Original and Growth of Printing in England ; 
Collected out of history, and the records of this kingdome. Where- 
in is also demonstrated that printing appertaineth to the prerogative 
rojal, and is a flower of the Crown of England. By Richard Atkyns, 

esq London, printed by John Streater, for the author, 1664. 

viii, 24 p.4°. Ms. copy- 

Atlantic and Pacific Eaileoad Company. Circular to the Stock- 
holders. New-Yorlt, 1855. 8». Pam. v. 208. 

Atlantic ( The) Monthly : A Magazine of literature, art and poli- 
tics. V. I, II, III. Boston, Nov. 1857 - Dec. 1859. 3 v. 8°. . 

Atlantic Telegraph Cable. Celebration, Sept. 1, 1858. Albany, 
Weed, Parsons & Co. 8 p. 8". Pam. v. 529. 

Atlantic Telegraph Company. Letters of C. W. Field, 0. H. 
Berryman, M.F.Maury, and H. J. Rogers : 1856,57. 5 p. 8". 
Pam. V. 529. 

Atlantis : Eine Monatschrift. . .von C. Essellea. Oct. 1857. Baffalo, 
N.Y. 8°. Pam. v. 523. 

Atlas and Abgus. Daily- Albany. From commencement of new 
series, Feb. 18, 1856, to Dec. 1859. 8 v. f- 

Atlas Oukabios. Ephem. E. White, London, 1750, 51, 59, 78, Aim. 
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Atlas Ouranios : White's Celestial Atlas, or Ephemeris, 1852. By 
W. S. B. Woolhouse, London. 60 p. 8°. Aim. v. 49. 

AtLee, Samnel T. The Eeligion of the Sun : A Posthumous Poem, 
of Thomas Paine, with a preface by the proprietor. Published for 
the booksellers. Philadelphia, 1826. 29 p. 12°. 

Atocha, Alexander J. Memorial to the Sen. and H. of R. of the TJ.S, 
America, 1852. 21 p. 8". Pam. v 488. 

Attaghi5 ( The) IN Madrid ; or Sketches of the Court of Isabella II. 
Translated from the German. New-York, Appleton, 1856. 12°. 

Attempt (An) to shew, that by a law of reflection existing in nature, 
every one is the performer of acts similar to those he attributes to 
others ; that self-preservation is destruction, etc. London, E. Pal- 
mer, 1836- 40 p. 8". Pam. v. 399. 

Attempt (An) to strip negro emancipation of its difficulties as well as 
its terrors .... by shewing .... both the duty and interest of the 
planter. . . London, 1824. 48 p. 8°. Pam. 436. 

Atterbuby, Francis, Bp. Sermon, May 29, 1692 : Fs. 1, 14. London. 
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Sermon, Kov. 5, 1704, before Her Majesty : Matt- yH, 12. — 

Semen, Funeral of Mr. T. Bennet : 1 Cor. xr, 19. London, 1706. 

— Sermon, Election of Lord Mayor : Job xxix, 14. London, 1706. 

— Support nnder afflictions, a sermon ; Job xsii, 21. London, 1708. 

— Sermon before the Lord Mayor : Lu. x, 32. Apr. 26, 1709. Lond. 

— Sermon, Sons of the Clergy : Rom. si, 16. 1709. London — 
Coneio ad Olerum Lond. : Kom. xiii, 1. London, 1709. Pam. v. S79. 

[ ]. See Voioe of the People, 1710. Cat. 1855. 

Atterbdrt, Lewis. Sermon, Thankagiving for Mai-iboi-ougli's success. 

Aug. 23, 1705 : 1 Sam. xii, 23, 24. London. 4^ Pum. v. 362. 
Attica and Alleqant Valley Railroad. An Exhibit ... to Sept. 

1, 1853. Buffalo, 1853. 8°. Pam. v. 544. 
Attlbboro', Mass. 10th Report of School Committee, 1855 - 56. 

Providence, 1856. 8". Pam. v. 552. 
Aubin Portable Gas-Works Company. Reply to the Letter of 

Prof. Torrej, of JSfew-York. Albany, 1856. S". Pam. y. 255. 
Attcher-Eloy, M. Relations de Voyages en Orient de 1830 k 1838. 

Revues et annotees par M. le Comte Jaubert . . .aooompagnees d'une 

carts gfeographique .... Premiere partie, Seconde partie. Paris, 

1843. 2 V. 8". 

Ve- 

A Brief Account of the Meohitariatioan Society, founded on the 

Island of St.Lazaro. Venice, 1825. 27 p 8". Pam. v. 395. 

[Auckland, W. Eden, Lord'\. See Some Remarks. . on the war, etc. 
1795. 

Speech, H. of Peers, April 11, 1799 : Union between Great 

Britain and Ireland. London, 1799. 8^ Pam. v. 440. 

AuDET, E. D'. Aus. . -Syndics. .. de G-eneve. Sonnet. 1 p. f'. Pam. 
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AcniFRET, M. h Marquis d\ Le Budget. Paris, 1841. 243 p. 8". 
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Erfindung von ganzen herbarien, stoffen, spitzen, Btickerelen, und 
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erhabenheiten und vertiefangen an fiioh haben dnroh das original 
selbst auf einfache und schnelle weise Druckformen herzustellen, 
womit man sowohl weiss auf gef irbtem grnnde druoken und pragen, 
als anch mit den natiirlichen farben auf weissem papiere abdriicke, 
deni originale identisch gleioh, gewinnen kann, ohne dass man einer 
zeichuung oder gravure auf die bisher ubliehe weise durch menschen- 
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frei gegeben... Wien, 1854. 75 p. 4°. With illustrations. 

Album der k.k. Hof- und Staats-Druckerei in Wien : Natur- 

selbstdruck ; Moose ; G-eatzte steine ; Versteinerungen ; Spitzen 
und Stoffe ; Vers chie denes. 1S53. imp. f^. 69 plates. 

AuausTiNOst, St. Ahp. Les Confessions de S. Augustin. Traduction 

nouvelle 4= edition, Paris, J. B. Coignard, 1688. 8". 

,, Atjratus, Joannes. Anrati Poematia, . . . Parisiis, 1586. With, .... 
Epigrammatum Lib, I, Par. 1586; and Eclogarum lib.ii. Paris. 
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AuEiviLtius, P.F. Cataiogiia Bibliot. TJpsiiliensis. See Fpsal. 
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Austin, "William. Letters from London ; written during the years 

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Libraries. Katalog dev Bibliothek des K.K. Hof- Mineral ien- 

Cabinctcs in Wien. Ziiaainmengestellt von PanI Partseh, Custos . . 
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Imperial Library. See Krafft, A. 

Printing Establishment ; A Brief Survey of the objects of gra- 
phic art, exhibited by the Imperial and Government printing esta- 
blishment at Vienna, at the London Exhibition, 1851. London. 16 
p. 8°. Pam. V. 470. 

AuTEUES { Lcs) Grecs, expliques d'apres une methode nouvelle par 
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d'hellenistes. . . Paris, L. Haehctte et 0'% 1845 - 48. 11 v. bound 
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HoMBB : L'lliade, oxpliqufo.. .par C.Lepr^vost. 1845-54. 
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M. Slievenart. 1848. 
Pindar ; Les Oiympiques. . . Par M. Sommer. 1847. 
Pi.UTAitCH : Vie de Pomp^e. . . Par M. Druon. 1845. 
Sophocles : Les Trachinieimes. Par MM. Eenloew et BellagHof 1846 
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AuTEURS {Les) Latins, expliquSs d'aprSs une methode nouvelle, par 
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tant le mot a mot fran^ais en regard des mots latins correspondants , 
I'autre correcte et pr^c^dee dn teste latin, avee dea Sonimaires et 
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AtrXHENTiO Pieces respecting tlie Proceedicga in both Houses of 
Parliament, and in the county meeting at York ; or a Plan for re- 
straining the enormous power of the Grown, and retrenching the 
public expenditure. London, 1780. 18 p. 8". P.im. v. '2bi. 

AuTHORiTT ( The) of the Churoh in matters of religion. Loudon, 1718, 
36 p. 8°. Pam. v.MO. 

Auxiliary Bible SooiBTT of Constantinople. 2d Report. Constanti- 
nople, 1856. 56 p. S". Pam. V. 467. 

Auxiliary Bible Society of the Counties of Montgomery, Fulton 
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Auxiliary Foreign Mission Society of Boston and vicinity. Pro- 
ceedings, Anniversary 15th, 16th. Boston, 1826, 27. 8°, Pam. v. 525. 

Auxiliary Poeeign Missionaet Society of the County of Norfolk. 
Addresses, Ami. meeting. Boston, 1831. 24 p. 12°. Pam. v. 525. 

AvBCiLLA, Pablo Alonzo de la. Diario de la Guerra deade e! 

cuartel general del Marq. de Rodil. Sum. 2, 5. Madrid, 1836 

18". Pam. V. 628. 

Averroes. [ Aboo el Velid Mohammed, Ibn Roshd.] De Substantia 
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Avery, (Kec- David ), Wrentham, Mass. Two Sermons on the nature 
and evil of professors of religion not bridling the tongue. Boston, 
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Atfbrey ( T.), D.D. Sermon, H. of Commons, Restoration of Charles 
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Atkrst, Eev. Wni. Sermon, before H.M. Plenipotentiary at Utrecht, 
for Peace : Ps. cxsii, 6 - 9. London, 1712. 8°. Pam. v. 366. ■ 

Atlmbk, William, A Recantation Sermon against the errors of popery, 
particularly transubstantiation, Oxford, Sept, 20, 1713 : 2 fet. ii, 
1. Oxford. Pam. V. 265. 

Ayloppe, Sir J. Paintings described. See Society of Antiquaries. 

Ayre, Joseph. A Letter to the. . . E. Col!, of Physicians, in relation 
to the evidence cited in their late report on the treatment of epide- 
mic cholera. London, 1854, 71 p. 8". Pam. v. 405. 

AzARA, N. J.De. Bibliotheca Exoellentissimi DD. Nicolai Josephi 
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AzYR, Vicq D'. Observations 


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E— , F— . See Causes of the present distractions. London, 1774.' 
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B., M. See Controversy between M. B aud Qnrero. 1818. 

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Babb, Rev. J. The Reviewer Reviewed; or an Examination of the 
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Babcock, G-eorge R. Remarks on the Roman Catholic Church pro- 
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BACHEt, Alexander D. Coast Survey Reports. See United States. 

Reports on the Progress of the Work of constructing standard 

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Notes on the Gulf Stream, with charts. With additional remarks 

by G. W. Blunt. 1854. 8". Pam. v. 103. 

Tide Tables for the principal Seaports of the United States. N. 

York, E. & G. W. Blunt, 1855. 15 p. 8°. Pam. v. 222. 

Tide Tables for the Use of Navigators, prepared from the Coast 

Survey observations. 1857. Pam. v. 272. 

Report upon the Sailing Directions for the Port oE New-York 

and its approaches. . . Cambridge, 1856. 31 p. 8". Pam. v. 529. 

Report relative to the New-York Harbor Coast Survey, Dec. 28, 

1857. N.Y. Sen. Doc. 1858. 12 p. and 2 charts. S". Pam. v. 529. 

Bacheliek, M. Catalogue des Livres de Fonds. Paris, 1830. 91 p. 8°. 

Cat. V. 1 ; Catalogue 1845, Cat. v. 23 ; Catalogues 1848, Cat. v. 30 ; 

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Bacheb, G. F. Lettre de M. Bachcr h. M. Bouvart. Seconde Lettre . 

Sur Vkydropsie. Ex. du Journ. de M^deeine .... Jan. Fev. 1782. 

Paris. 112 p. 12". Pam. v. 613. 
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Bacon, Henry, A Review [of a Memoir of Rev. James M, Cook.] 
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BACON+ ( Leonard ),D,I>. Christian Unity. A Sermon, Foreign Evan- 
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Slavery discussed in Occasional Essays, from 1833 to 1846, 

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a of Malta and Goeo. Malta. . . . 

BADNALt, Richard. Letters to the Lords and Commons on the present 
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Bailey ( John W.) & Sons. Catalogue of fruit trees . . , Plattshurgh 
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Vol. 2. Jugemens sur les critiques.. .. les biblioth^caires. .. .sur les prin- 
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Vol. 3. Jugemens des principaux traducteurs; Jugemens sur les poEtes; 
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Vol. 4. Jugemens sur les Poetes latins depuis lea guerres puniquea; Juge- 
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Address, Boyal Astron, Society, 1833, 

medal to Prof. Airy. 247 - 256 p. 4". Par 

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BAINES.+, Ed. A Letter to 11. Cobden . — on the new government 

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BA1NE9, Bp. Peter A. Paith, Hope and Charity : A Sermon, Oath. 

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BairdI (Robert), D-D- Memoir of Anna Jane Linnard ; with An 
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Religion in the United States of America ; or an Account of the 

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Baird, Samuel J. The Socinian Apostasy, or the English Presbyterian 
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BAiUDt, W. A Cjclopredia of the Natural Sciences. London. . 1858. 
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Bake-Pan (A) for the Dowgh-Faces. By Oneof Thero. Le,07mrd Marsh, 
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BaeeE, G-eorge. The History and Antiquities of the County of North- 
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Baker, Henry. Het Microseoop gemakkelylc gemakt ; of Beachryying 
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Bakeb, James L. Exports and Imports as showing the relative ad- 
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Baker (William), B.D. Sermon, H. of Commons, January SO, 1Y26. 
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Baldwin,' Harvey. Address, 1854. See Soldiers of war, 1812. 

and Stephen, Remonstrance against. . .abolishing or regulating 

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Insane. Report of the Commissioners authoi-ized to build a 

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PooE. Rules of Order for the Government of the Board of 

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Baltimore { The) Collection of Sacred Musick, selected under the 
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Baltimoee Directohies. For 1799.. By John Mullin. 144 p.— For 
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Baltimore Address Directory . . to which is prefixed a 

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. Directory... 1852. W. H. Fagan, publisher. 2d ed. 1 v. 2 v. 8". 

Baltimore Business Directory, , , for 1853. 1 v- 18". 

BALTiMOREt & Ohio Railroad Company. 10th - 20th Annual Re- 
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Address of Mr. M'Lane, President, to the Stockholders, .April 

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Baltimore & Ohio Raileoad Company : 

Report and Doouments submitted by the Committee appointed 

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Address of T. Swan, President, to the Directors, on .... an 

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Baltimore College op Dental Surgery. 16th Annual Announce- 
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Baltimore Life Insueance Company. Baltimore, 1831. 8^. Pam. 
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BALTiMOHEt Mobs, 1812. See Maryland. 

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Banqb, Merwin & Co. Catalogue of Autograph Letters, etc- ... at 
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Banim, John. Damon and Pythias ; A Play. Edited by E.Sargent. 
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Bank of England. Account of Bills of Exchange, 1796. Pari, •paper. 
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BANKt OP Maryland. Correspondence relating to the Affairs of the 
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Extracts from the Correspondence .... of the Trustees of the 

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Bank of Tennessee. Report, Oct. 1S55. NashTille. 8°. Pam. v. 464. 

Bank of the Interior, Albany. Articles of Association, 1857- Pam. 
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BANKt OF THE United States. An Act to incorporate the Subscribers 
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With, Proceedings of the Stockholders . . . 28th Oct. 1816 and 6th 
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Philadelphia, 1817. 18°. 16 p. In 1 v. 18°. 

Assignment of 7th June 1841 ; Aiiditor's Report . . 1848 ; Di- 
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Baltimore Branch. An Exhibit of the losses sustained at the 

Office of discount and deposit, Baltimore .... To which is added a 
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BANKEBs't Magazine and Statistical Rbgistee. Ed, by J. Smith 
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Questions propounded to the Candidates for Speaker, and their 

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Baptist Missionary Society. Brief View of the Baptist Missions 
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Bakbadoes. a Report of a Comm. of the Council of ... . the actual 
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Remarks on Mr. Wakefield's Enquiry into the expediency and 

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Earbj;dienne (F.) et C Bronzes d' Art : Collection des chefs- 

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BARBEII+, John W. Views in New- Haven and its vicinity, with a 
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New-Haven, 1825. 11 p. and 6 plates. 18°. 

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BAaBiEB, Stephen. An Expedient to pay the Publick Debts, with a 
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Discourse. .Death of Jonathan Goodhue. .New-York, 1848. 8". 

Pam. y. 554. 

Memorial of William Ware. ASermon. . .Fob. 29, 1852. New- 
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consecration of his monument, at AValpoIe, N.H., Oct. 11, 1854 

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Belmont ( Tlie) Collection : Exhibition. New- York, 1857. 4^ Pam. 

Y. 1015. 
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Beloit College, and Beloit Seminakt. Catalogue of the Offieers 

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BELSHAMf, Eea. Thomas. [Writings of.] 1 v. 8°. Contents: 

The Right and Duty of Unitarian Christians to form separate societies for 

Religious Worship, a sermon, .at Birmingham. London, 1802. 
Sermon : Death of Rev. T. Liiidsey . . . amil Memoir. London, 1808. 72 p, 
Letters ... to the Bp. of London in Vindication of the Unitarians ... 2d 

edition. London, 1815. 87 p. 
A Letter to the Unitarian Christians in South Wales. Occasioned hy the 

animadversions of the Bp. of St. David's London, 1816. xii, 132 p. 

A Plea for Tn&nt Baptism . . , London, 1817. 121 p. 

History of the Creation in the Book of Genesis, a Sermon. London, 1821, 

On the Character and Wi-itings of Rev, T. Belsham. From the Monthly 

Repository, 1830. London, 1830. 92 p. 

Belshah, W.J. Chronology of the Bcigns of George III and IV, 
including every important fact .... with a general chronology from 
the earliest periods. London, 1828. 24". 

Beltz, G-eo. Pred. Memorials of the most noUe Order of the Garter 
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BeIiVILLE, John Henry. A Manual of the Barometer ; containing an 

explanatioa of the construction and method of using the mercurial 

barometer, with appropriate tables. .. .Also, a description of the 

aneroid barometer. Second edition. London, 1849, 53 p. 12°, 

'BEMAMt ( N. S. S.), D.D. On Intemperance ( 1829?). 12". Pam. v. 629. 

Letters to Rev. John Hughes, D.D. . . .in Review of his Sermon 

preached in St. Patrick's Cathedral, June 29, 1851. Troy, 1851. 
78 p. 8". Pam. V. 548. 

Episcopacy Exclusive : or two series of letters ; being a review 

of Dr. Coit's sermon and pamphlet. . .Troy, 1856. 162 p. 8". Pam. 
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Antagonisms in the Moral and Political World ; a Discourse : 

Zech. iii, 1. Troy, N.Y. 1855. 8". Pam, v. 557. 

BEMENTt, O.N, The American Poulterer's Companion : a Practical 
Treatise on the breeding, rearing and general management of vari( 
species of domestic poultry. Illustrated with portraits of fowls. . 
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Bbnedict, Frank L. The Shadow- worshipper, and other poems. N. 
York, 1857. 197 p. 12°. 

Benedict ( Thomas) Pamilt. A Genealogy .... taken from a 
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BENBvOLENTt Fbatbrnitt OP CHimCHEs : 12th, 24th Ann. Report. 
Boston, 1846, 58. 8": Para. v. 524. See also, Ohanning, W. E. 

Benevolent Societies of Boston. Report of the Committee of De- 
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BenezetI, Anthony. A Caution and "Warning to Great Britain and 
her Colonies, in a short representation of the calamitous state of 
enslaved negroes in the British dominions. Collected from various 
authors . . . Philadelphia, 1766. 35 p. With, Extract of a Sermon of 
the Bishop of Gloucester, 1766. 4 p. In 1 v. 12°. 

The Plainness and Innocent Simplicity of the Christian Reli- 
gion, with its salutary effects, compared to the. . .effects of war 

**• Collected by Philadelphia, 1782. With, A Letter from 

Elizabeth Webb to Anthony William Brehm, with his answer [1712]. 
Philadelphia, 1781. — Short Observations on slavery .... By A. 
BfMetet. 12 p. — Notes on the Slave trade, &c. 8 p. — Remarks on 
the nature and bad effects of Spirituous liquors. 12 p. — A short 
account of the people called Quakers. ... 2d edition, Philadelphia. 
36 p.— Serious Reflections. 4 p. In 1 v. 18". 

A Short Account of the People called Quakers ; their. . .settle- 
ment in America. . .2d edition. Philadelphia. (17801) 36 p. 12". 

Benoa (The) Primer... and a Catechism. With the English. New- 
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Benjamih (J. P.), of Louisiana. Speech, U.S. Senate, on the Kansas 
question. May :!, 1856. 28-p. 8". Fam. v. 561. 

Benjamin!, Park. Poetry : A Satire New-York, 1842. 40 p. 8". 

Bennett, Francis. Sale Catalogue of his Library, 1733. See Mon- 
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Bennett ( Fred. D.), F.R.G.S. Narrative of a Whaling Voyage round 
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of southern whales, the sperm whale-fishery .... London, 1840. 2 
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Bennett, G, J. The Pedestrian's Guide through North Wales : A 
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don, 18S8. 8°. 

Bennet, Henry. Letters. See Arlington, Earl of 

Bennett (Henry), of N.Y. Speech, H, of R., on the Admission of 
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Speech, U.S.H. of R,, On the Public Lands. Washington, 1852. 

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ssv, 40. Manchester, Eug. Oct. 2, 1785. 4-. Pam. v. 1008. 

Bennett, E&-. Joseph. Sermon, delivered at Woburn, Mass. Jan, 4, 

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Fs. Ixxxv, 10 ; 2 Thess. iii, 16. Cambridge, E,ig. 1749. 8^ Pam. 

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Bennett, Titus. A New System of Practical Arithmetic, .for the use 

of scjiools... 7th edition. Philadelphia, 1818. 204 p. 12". Por Key, 

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xix, 32-34. London, 1842. Pam. V. 328. 

A Pastoral Letter to his Parishioners. London, 1846. Pam. v. 

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■ A Itcply to a Statement of Facts made by Mr. A. Chirol. . , ,2d 

edition. London, 1847. Pam. V. 328. 

The Church, the Crown and the State ... 2 Sermons ... 4th ed. 

London, 1850. Pam. v. 328. 

A First Letter to. ..Lord John Russell, on the present perse- 
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Resignation of the Bev. W. J. E. Bennett. Correspoudence 

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BENBONt, -Re». Christopher. Contending for the Faith ; a Sermon : 
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Two Letters to a Friend; the first cnncerning.. -Prayer The second, 

the Doctrine of Predestination. 2d edition. London, 1737. DO p. 
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A Surnmary View of the Evidence of Christ's Eesurrection. London, 
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Benson, Joseph. A Vindication of the People called Methodists 

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Sermon, Soc. Prop, the G-ospel, Feh. 15, 1840. London. 4". Pam. 

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[Benson, William], See Letter to Sir Jacob Banks, 1711. 
Bent's! Monthly Literary Advertiser : Aug. 1846, July ~ Aug. 
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. , , Heads of a course of lectures, . .2d edition. Oxford, 1774, 68 

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Sermon, H. of Commoiis, Jan. 30, 1750. Martyrdom of Charles 

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Opinions on the Usury laws. 48 p. 8\ Pam. v. 290. 

Jeremy Bentham and the Usury law. Prom the N.Tork Express. 

Albany, 1827. 32 p. 8^ Pam. v, 290. 

BENTLEY+ ( Eichard ), D.B. [Writings of, collected.] 4° & 8^ In 1 v. 
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Matter and Jlotion cannot think, jfcts xvii, 7 : Second Boyle's Lect. 

1632.— Confutation of AthcismrTth and 8th Boylo's Loot. jicU xiv, 

15. London, 1693. 
Sermon upon Popery, Univ. of Cambridge ; 2 Cor. ii, 17. Camb. 1715. 
Sermon before King George, Feb. 3, 1717 : J?oni. xiv, 7. London. 
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Phileleiitherus Lipsiensia. 7th edition. London, 1737. Anon. 

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Bentley ( William), A.M. Sermon, Massachusetts general election : 

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A Funeral Discourse Death of Maj. Gen. John Fiske, who 

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Bekton, Nathaniel S. A History of Herkimer County, including the 
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Be'ntonI ( Thomas H.), of Missouri. Remarks, U.S. Senate, On the 
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Historical and Legal Examination of that part of the Decisioa 

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Bebgomas, J. P. Novissime Historiarum Omnium Eepercussiones ; 
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BerkeletI (George), Bp. The Theory of Vision ; or Visual Lan- 
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A Letter to Sir John James, on the Roman Catholic controversy, 

1741 . . . now for the first time extracted from the imperfect remains 
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Berkeley (George), Dean. The English Revolution Vindicated. .A. 
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Berkeley, Hon. &■ I". A Pamphlet in Defence of the game laws. . . 

and on their effects upon the morals of the poor. London, 1845. 78 

p. 8^ Pam. V. 403. 
Berkeley Divinity School, Middletown, Conn. Catalogue, 1856. 
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Bebkshire ' Baptist Association, ilfoss. 30th Anniversary at Egre- 

niont, 1857. . . North-Adams, 1857. Pam. v. 466. 
Berkshire Baptist Association ( N.Y.). Minutes, 1826 : Cortlami 

village, 1826 ; for 1827 : Homer,. 1827; for 1828 : Ow ego, 1828. 

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Berkshire Medical Institution. Catalogue, 18 — , S4, 36 (and 
, Graduates from 1823), 37, 40. Pittsfleld, Mass. 8". Pam, v. 517.— 

For 1838, Pam. v. 156.— 32d Annual Commeneement . . .Pittsfield, 

1854. Pam. v. 198. 
BERLIN+ : Royal Library. Verzeichniss von Incnnabeln, Aldinen, 

Etiennes, Elzeviren und andern werttvollen werken . . welche in der 

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V.48. . - 

Berkal, Ralph. Catalogue of the Collection of works of art formed 

by, 1855. SeeBohu, H. G. 
Bernard!, Augnste. De I'Origine et des Debuts de I'Imprimerie en 

Europe. Paris, a I'mprimerie imperiale, 1853. 313, 45^ p. 2 v. 8°. 

Bernard, David. Tekel : Materialism, Annihilation and Universalism 

' weighed in the balance, and fouad wanting. Jamestown, N.Y. 1853. 

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BerniI, Francesco. The Enchanted Lake of the Fairy Morgana : 

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Bebeien ( John M'P.), of Georgia. 

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The Use of the Blowpipe in chemistry and mineralogy. . .Trans- 
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ney. Boston, 1845. 237 p. 12". 

Beschryvino dkr Stadt Delft. . , , Door verscheide liefhebbers en 
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[ Best, Henry]. Personal and Literary Memorials : by the Author of 
"Four Years in France."...*** London, 1829. 8°. 

Best, Hon. ^ Rev. Samuel. Case of the Deans and Chapters consid- 
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Best ( The) Answer ever was made ; and to which no Answer ever 
will be made (rot to be behind Mr. Hoadley in assurance), in 
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Beste, J. Richard. The Wabash ; or Adventures of an English gen- 
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BETHUNEt (George W.), B.D. The Prospects of Art in the U.S. 
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Services at the Funeral of the Rev. Jacob Brodhead, D.D 

with Resolutions of the General Synod of the R. P. J>. Church. . . , 
and a Discourse on the occasion of the decease. New-York, 1855. 
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Sermon, American Board of Uomm. for For. Miss. Forty-seventh 

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Bettelheim (B. J.), M.D. of Lewchew. Letter from giving an 

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69 p. 8". 

Betty, Joseph. The Ministry and Cliurch Government ; a Sermon : 
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Eeuscher, Lieut. W. F. Handleiding voor Ondcrofficicrcn tot dc 

kennis der artillerie. Brste, Tweede, Derde Stukje, 1836 - 34. 

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Bevekidoe, Bp. William. Sermon, of the Common Prayev, Nov. 27, 
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Sermon ; Martyrdom of Charles I ; preached ahout thirty years 

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G-ood Friday to be kept by all Christians : Zeck. sit, 10. Lon- 
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Nov. 27,1681. 12th edition. London, 1708.— Sermon; Delive- 
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19,1708. London.— Sermon, Jan. 30,1706; Martyrdom of Charles 
I : Acts ssii, 20. London, 1708. Pam. v. 379. 

-^Sermon, 1709. See Soc. Prop, the Gospel. 

Beverley, R. M. A Letter to H. G. the Abp. of York, on the present 
corrupt state of the Church of England. 7th edition. Beverley, 
1831. 39 p. 8". Pam. v. 326. 

The Heresy of a Human Priesthood, traced in letters on the 

.present state of the visible church of Christ. . 2d edition, enlarged. 

London, 1839. 147 p. 8°. Pam. v. 455. 

Bevill, Rich. Sermon : Mark, sv, 15, 16. Published by his son-in- 
law, B. Isaac. London, 1837. 8". Pam. v. 378. 

BEWiCKt, Thomas and John. A Descriptive and Critical Catalogue of 
works illustrated by... with an Appendix of their miscellaneous 
engravings ; brief sketches of their lives, and notices of the pupils 
of Thomas Bewick. London, J. D. Bell, 1851. 77. p. roy. 8^ 

Beyer, A. M. Auguati Beyeri Memorise Historico-criticEe librorura 
rariorum. Accedunt Evangeli cosmopolitani Notse ad J. . . .B. 
Menckenii De Charlataneria Eruditoruni Deolamationes. . .Drosdse 
et Lipsiffl, 1734. 304 p. 18". 

BEZOUTt, fit. First Principles of the Differential and Integral Calculus, 
or the doctrine of fluxions . . . Taken chiefly from . . . Cambridge, N.E. 
1824. 195 p. 8". 

BiBAiTDt, Maxiniilien. Opuscules : i, Systeme politique dea Jesuit es 
au Paraguay ; ii, Droit des gens ; iir, La G^ologie ; iv, Le Code 
Napoleon, Montreal, 1857. 70 p. 12". Pam. v. 608. 

BIBLE+ : 

The Original texts, Hebrew and Greek, being placed first in order, the 

Texts of the Bible, and parts thereof in all other languages, follow in 

the alphabetical order of the language. 

Bible ; Hebrew. Biblia Hebraica, es aliquod manvscriptis et com- 

piuribus impressis codicibus. . .recensita. . . Accedunt. . . brevisque 

adnotationes . . .Studio Jo. Heinr. Michjelis. . . HaljB, 1720. roy. 8°. 

: Hebrew and Dutch. De Vijf Boeken van Mozea, met Aan- 

teekening der Geboden naar Maimonides, benevens de Haphtaroth, 
naar ritum der Ned. en Port. Israeliten en de orde der Sabbath- 
Gebeden en Piutim : Met eene getrouwe, naar de verklaarders der 
H. S. voor. Israeliten bewerkte, zoo veel mogelijk woordelijke Ne- 
derduitsche vertaling . , , , Door G. I. Polak ; en de Nederduitsehe 
vertaling.. .door M. S. Polak. . .Amsterdam. .1841 -43. 9 v, 8". 



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: Hebbew and Hebrew -Spanish. [ The Boofes of the Old 

Testament, with the Hebrew -Spanish (rahbiaie character) in parallel 
columns : Trans, by W. U. Schauffier, Missionary at Constantinople. 
Printed at Vienna, 1840.] 2 v. gr. 4". 

: Hebkew- Spanish. The New Testament. Athina (Athens), 

1844. 12-. 

: G-RBEK. Psalterium Grsece et Latine, in studiosorum gratiam 

diligentissime escusnm. Basilese per Nicolaum Brylingerum, anno 
MDXLVI. 24". 

Psalmorum liber : 'ENETIHSIN, Uapa 'Avtovlc^ tu 

mviX<i>, aXi^' (1616). 32°. 

SO*IA SOAOMUNOS : Sapientia Salomonis. [In Greek, 

Arraenian and Latin.] Venice, 1827. 249 p. 24". 

T5jf Koivifq StaQTjKi]^ anavra. Novum Jesu Christi. D. N. 

Test am en turn. Es Officina Plantiniana. Apud Christ. Raphclengiura, 
1601. W. 

Novum TestameDtum Grseoe. Textnm. . , . recensuit .... 

D.Jo. Jao.GriesbacIi. .Editio nova. Londini, 1818. 2 v. 8'. 

'H Kaivi) AiadtjKfj. Novum Testamentum Grsece, es 

recensions Jo. Jac. Griesbachii, cum selecta lectionum varietate. 
Tomus primus, secundua. Lipsije, G. J. Goschen, 1805. Cantahrigiae, 
Nov. Anglovum, 1809. 615 p. 8". 

— ' — The Greek Testament ; with a critically revised text, a 

digest of various readings, marginal references to verbal and idio- 
matic usage, prolegomena, and a critical and exegetical commentary 

By Henry Alford, B.D. In 4 vol. V. r, The Gospels. N. York, 

1859. 1 v. 8". Rip. 

Codes Vatieanus .... Novum Teatameiitum Grtece, ex 

antiquiasimo Codice Vaticano ed. Angelua Maius, S. R. E. Card. Ad 
fidem ed. Rom. accuratins impressum. New-York, D, Appleton & 
Co. 1859. S". 

^ Sep. also Greek ( Modern) : also Greek- Turkish, in Greek 

characters ; Albanian, in Greek characters, 

: Albanian. [ The New Testament in Modern Greek and Ski- 

petar (or Albanian).] Epistasia Oregoriou, Archepiskopou tes 
Euboias. Corfu .. 1827. 8". 

r Arabic. [ London, 1844. Printed by W. Watts, after the 

edition of Rome of 1671.] 1 v. S". 

: Armenian. [ Psalms in Ancient Armenian.] Venice, 1842. 18°. 

,„ [Wisdom of Solomon, in Armenian,] See Bible, Greek. 

. — — [ The New Testament, in Modern Armenian.] Press of 

W. Griffith, Smyrna, 1852. 24". 

—^ — . [New Testament ; Armenian (ancient), and Ararat Ar- 
menian.] 2d edition. Constantinople, 1850. 269 p. 8". 

Sue also Turkish in Armenian letters. 

— — : Aerawack. The Acts of the Apostles, translated into the 
Arrawack tongue, by the Rev. Tlieodore Shultz, in 1802. N.York, 
Am. Bib. Society, 1850. 18". 



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86 CENERAL LIBRARY. 

Bible : 

: Benoa, New Testament, Matthew. Sango iam : Ta Matin c 

lendekidi. New-York, 1858. 12". 

; Breton. Testament 'STeTez hon aootroii Jezuz-Krist. Troet 6 

Brezounek, gant I.F.M.M.A. Le Gonidec. E Angoulem, 1827. 12". 

: Bulgarian. New Testament. Hilarion's translation ( ? ) . 

Smyrna, 1850. 8". 

: Chinese. New Testament. [ Printed in China], in 4 v. 8". 

[ New Testament. For the Am. and For. Bihle Society, 

by J. Goddard.] Macao, 1853. 8". 

: Choctaiv. Tlie Books of Joshua, Judges and Ruth, translated 

into the Choctaw language . . . New- York, Am, Bih. Soc. 185-2. 12". 

The New Testament. . .Choctaw language, . . New- York, 

Am.Bih.Soe. 1848. 12^. 

; Danish. Bihelen eller den HelHge Skrift, indeholdendc det 

Samle og Nye Teatamentes CanonisJte Boger. New-York, Am. Bib. 
Sel. 1858. 12". 

Nor Herres . . . Jesu Ckristi Nye Testamente. Christiania, 

1844. Paa dct Brit, og Udeul. Bibels^lstaba Bekostning . . . 12". 

; Dutch. Biblia ; dat is DcGantscheH.Schriftuve, vervattende 

alle de Caoonycke Boeeken dea Ouden en des Nieuwen Testaments. 
Door last der Hoogh Mog. Heeren Staten - Generael van de Veree- 
nighde Nederianden, en volgens het Besluyt van de Synode Nationael 
gehouden tot Dordreokt iade jaren 1618 ende 1619. . . . Met ni-^uwe 
bygevoeghde verklaringen op de duystere plaetsen, aanteeckeningen 
vande gelyck luydende texten. . . .Dordrecht. .1741, f", — with, De 
Boeckcn genaem.t Apt'ocyphe. Dordrecht, 1744. 

De Eerste Profeten ; bevatteude de Boeken Josua, do 

Begteten, Samuel en de Koningen. Op niouw en het Nederduitsch 
vertaald, door 8. I. Mulder . . . 2" druk, met kerkelijke goedkeuring. 
Amsterdam, 5601 - 1841. 18". 

Het Nieuwe Testament . . .Gedrukt hij het Amer. Bijhel- 

genootschap. With the English,, , . Nieuw-York, 1858. 12". 

, See also under Hehrew. 

: English. The Bible. Translated according to the Ebrew and 

Greeke, and conferred with the best translations in divers languages. 
With most profitable annotations upon all the hard places, and other 
things of great importance, as may appear in the Epistle to the 
Reader ; and also a most profitable concordance for the ready finding 
ont anything in the same contained. Imprinted at London by Robert 
Barker, Printer to the Kings Most Excellent Maiestie, 1608. Cum 
Privilegio. 4". 



— The Holy Bible. . .with marginal notes a 

New-York, printed and sold by Collins, Perkins & Co. 1807. 2d 
edition. 4". 

— The Holy Bible Philadelphia, printed by Matthew 

Carey, 1810. 12". B. C, 

— The Holy Bible. . . .with notes. . .from the most eminent 

writers of the United Church of England and Ireland. ■ . arranged 



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N.Y.,Am.Bib.Soc.l858. 


12" 




N.T.,Am. Bil),Soo.l857. 


8°. 




N.T., Am. Bib.Soc. 1858. 


18° 




N.T., Am.Bib. Soo.1858. 


Di£ 


t. 24°. 


IDS : For the Blind. New 


-Yoi 


■k, Am. 


'.e American Bible Union, 







FIBST SUPPLEMENT. 87 

by the late Rev. Gr. D'Ojly. .and Eev. Eicliai-d Mant. . . Under the 
direetion of the Soc. for Prop. Christ. Knowledge . . (1817). London, 

1856. 3 y. 8". 

___ The Holy Bible. . .New-York, Am. Bib. Soc. 1856. f. 

The Holy Bible.. N.Y., Am. Bib. Soo. 1857. roy.8^ 

— The Holy Bible . . 

- The Holy Bible.. 

- The Holy Bible.. 

The Holy Bible.. 

— — The Book of Psalms ; 

Bib. Society, 1850. 4". 

Book of Job. 

The New Testament. . .By W. Tyndale, the martyr ; the 

original edition, 1526. . . .with a memoir of hia life and writings : 
To which are annexed the essential variations of Covevdale's, T. 

Matthew's, Cranmer's, th^ GeDevan, and the Bishop's Bibles 

By 3. P. Dabney. Andover, M.a$s. 1837.' 8-. 

The New Testament. . .and Psalms. N.Y., Am. Bib. Soc. 

1857. imp 8". 

The New Testament. .N.Y., Am. Bib. Soc. 1858. 12°. 

The New Testament. .N.Y., Am. Bib. Soc. 32°. 

TheNBw Testament. .N.Y.,Am.Bib.Soc.l858. 24°. 

The New Testameot, translated from the original Greek 

. . .by Leicester Ambrose Sawyer. Boston, 1858, 12°. 

: Eskimo. [ The ftospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke, in the 

Eskimo language. Printed by the Brit, and For. Bib. Society, 1813.] 
416 p. 18°, 

: French. La Sainte Bible (No title). Le Nouveau Testament, 

ou la Nouvelle Alliance de Notre Seigneur Jesus Christ. A Am- 
sterdam, chea Pierre Mortier & Pierre Brunei, 1712.— With Les 
Pseaumes de David (and musical notes) ; Lea Formes des Prierea 
ecclesiastiques, et La Confession de Foi des Eglises reformees du 
Pais-Bas. 1 v. 4". 

'- La Sainto Bible ; contenant I'Anoien et le Nonveau Te- 
stament, traduite sur la Vulgate par le Maistre de Sacy. Imprimee 
d'apres le teste de I'^dition publiee h. Paris en 1759. ... A Paris, 
1822. 8°. 

lauK par D, Martin 

— Le NouTcau Testament. , . . d'apres la version revue par 

J. F. Ostervald. With the English. N.Y., Am. Bib. Soc. 1854. 12°. 

— ; Gaelic. Tiomnadh Nuadh ar Tighearna agua ar Slanuighir 
JosaOriosd. Eadar-theangaichte o'n ghreagaia chum Gaelic Alban- 
naich. Edinbui-gh, Printed for the British and For. Bible Society 
1813. 12°.— Hee also Irish. 



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88 GENERAL LIBKART. 

Bible : 

; GrERMAN, Biblia, mit der Auslegung : Das ist, Die gantze 

Heilige Schrift des . . M. Lutheri. Mit. . . Erklarung D. L. 

Osiandri. ... In die Hooh. deutsche apraclie hielievor gebracht. . . ■ 
durch D. Fortein. . . Lunebevg, 1650. f. 

Die Bibel, odev die gauze Heilige Schrift. . .naoli Dr. M. 

Luthers Uebersetaung, Mit D. Pauli TosBani hiebevor ausgegan- 

genen glossen und auslegungen (1659). Edited by J- J. V trick, of 
Zurich. Basel, 1728. f-. 

Die Bibcl, . naeh der Deutsohen Ueberaetzung D. Martin 

Lathers. Gedrukt auf kosten der Amerikanischen und Auslaadischen 
Bibel Gesellachaft. . . KranHurt a. M. 1838. 8». 

Der Psalter verdeutschet von D. M. Lutlier Di.e 

Bweyte auflage. Germantaun, Pa., Vilimejer, 1790. 18". 

: Gheho. 'BiTBi Book of Moses, called Genesis, translated into 

the Grebo tongue, by the E,ev. John Payne. . . New-York, Am. Bib. 
Society, 1850. 18". 

The Acts of the Apostles. Trans by the llev. John 

Payne. . . New- York, Am. Bib. Society, 1851. 18". 

: Greek, modern. Tjjf UaXaia^ AiaOtiaii^ 'aTravra : E« tov 

Ep^aiKov ap%£7L'7roi' etf Koivijv EXXriviifriv AiaXeieviyv fiETaip^a<T0eVTa, 
'Ev AovSpci. . . Brit, and For. Sib. Society, ISiQ. 8". 

'II KAINH AIAGHKH. . .jieTwjxfaadeiaa es ttj^ naXaiag 

r£f Tt/v Ka&ojuXoviisvijv EXXtjviKTiv iiaXeKTOv : At« AaTrai^f tjj^ ev 
AjiepiKti l^poypaipiKi]^ Erapeia^. Neo-TopK. . ,1842. 12°. 

MODEEN and ANCIENT. '^ Kaivrj AcadjjKti . . .Tovr' tOTi 

To Qeiav ap^^sn'Troi' Koi ^ avrov (leratppaaig stg noivfiv 6taXsicrov, . . 
Ev Aov6p^. . . ioTTOi^ Tvjf ev Bpsrawi^ Kai -no/) AXXoyeviatv 'Etui- 
pemg ri]g lepaf BipXov. 1830. 8°, 

See also Albanian ; and Greek, ancient. 

: Hawaian. New Testament . . Ke Kanoha Hon. Oahu, iia na 

Misionari i Pai, 1835. 12". 

New Testament. Ke kauoha hou a ko kakou haku e ola'i 

a Jesu K^'isto . . . Hawaian and English in parallel columns. Nu- 
Yoka, Am, Bib. Society, 1857. 8". 

: Hungarian. Szent Biblia azaz ; istennek 6 is uj Testamento- 

miiban foglaltatott egesz Szent IrAs. Maygar nyelvre fordittatott 
Karoli Gliap^r, Altai. KOszegen, (18401). 8°. 

r Irish. New Testament. Tiomna Nuadh. . . Bis an tathair is 

onoruighthe a ndia H. Domhuuill. London, Brit. & ]?or. Bib. Soc. 
1824. 12". 

[The New Testament in the Irish language and character. 

London, Trans, by II. Domhmiill.] For the Brit. & I'or. Bib. 

Society, 1844. 12-. 

See also Bible, Gaelic. 

: Italian. II Nuovo Testamento Trad.da G. Diodati. Per 

Eambo e Oom. Am. Bib. Society, 1856. 18". 

: Malay. Vetus Testamentiim Malaice. . . . Edit. Jo. Willmet. 

Harlemi, 1822, 24. 2 v. 8°. 

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- ; Mabathi. The New Testament, .translated from the original 
Greek into MarS,tlii. Printed for tlie ALmednugger Mission : Ame- 
rican Mission Press, Bombay, 1851. 8°. 

- : Mohawk. The G-ospel of our Lord, .according to St.Matthew. 
Translated into the Mohawk language hy H. A. Hill, and corrected 
by J. A. Wilkes jr. Grand River, U.C. New-York ■■ Y- M. Bible 
Society of New- York, Auxiliary to the Bible Soo. of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church. 1836. 12". 

Wtth, in the same volume and by the same translator mostly, the remain- 
der of the books of the New Testament except Mark and Luke; each 
wilh full titlepage generally. William Iless assisted on some of the 
books. 

- : Mpongwe. The G-ospel according to St. John, translated into 
the Mpongwe language, by Missionaries of the A.B.O.F.M. Gaboon, 
West- Africa. New-York, Am. Bib. Society, 1852. 12°. 

- ; Ojibwa. In Otoshki-kikindiuin au tebeniminung gate beraa- 
iiini'mg Jesus Christ, ima Ojibike inueuining Giizhitong. Testamea 
New-Yoik, Am. Bib. Society, 18-56. 12". 

- : Persian. [Old and New Testament. Translated into Persiai 
from the Hebrew, by Rev. William Glen, D.D., with the aid of 'Si 
dhil Khan of Hamadan, etc., by order of the United Associate 
Synod of Scotland.] V. 1 - 5. Edinburgh, 1845, 46. In 3 v. S". 

The N. T. is at the expense of the Brit. & For. Bib. Society, and is the fifth 
edition of H. Martyn's translation. 

[Psalms.] Kitab Zebour Baond Peighamber. . .Brit. & 

For. Bib. Society. London, 1830. 18". 

: Polish. Norvy pana naszego Jezusa Chrystusa Testament 

przez X Jakuba Wuyka, Sooietatis Jesu na Polski Jezyk Przelozony. 
Ba Pozwoleniem Zwierzcbnosci Przeorukowany. W Lipska, Tau- 
chnica, 1832. 12". 

: Portuguese. A Biblia Sagrada. . . Trad. . .pelo Padre Joao 

Ferreira A. D'Almeida Nova- York, Soc. Am. da Biblia, 1857. 

12". 

Novo Testamento de Jesu Christo, traduzido em Portuguez 

segundo a vulgata. Por Antonio Pereira de Figueiredo. Londres 
.. 1818. 12". 

Novo Testamento. . , .Nova-York, Soc. Am. da Biblia, 

1858. 18". 

: RouMANi. [New Testament in the Language of Moldavia and 

Wallachia. Smyrna.] 1847. 8". 

: Russian. New Testament. Leipsic, 1850, 12". 

: Spanish. La Biblia Sagrada, . . . Nueva-York. Am. Bib. Soc. 

1856. 

El Nnevo Testamento . . . The New Testament . . Parallel 

columns of English and Spanish. Nueva-York, Am. Bib. Society, 

1856. 12". 

El Nnevo Testamento. . Nueva-Y"ork. A/n. Bi'h. Society. 

1857. 18". 

See also under Hebrew. 

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90 GENERAL LIBRARY. 

Bible : 

: Swedish. Samla Testamentet. Nya Testamentet med staendj 

stilai'. Pa foranstaltande af Swenska Bibel-Sillskapet. .Stockholm, 

■ Rumstedt, 1845. 8". 

Nja Testament ; med stiiende stilar. Pa foranstaltande af 

Swenska Bibel Silllskapet. Stockholm, 1846. 12". 



: Syriac. Codes Syriaco-hexaplaris Ambro 

Editua et latine versus a Matth. Norberg : Jeremiah. ; Ezekiel. 
Londini aothomm, 1787.- Tom I. 502 p. 4". 

Novum Testamentum Syriacum, Peschito dictum. Lon- 
dini, Bagster. See Lee, Samuel. 

[ The New Testament in the Syro-Chaldaio language, 

spoken by the Nestorians of Persia and Turkey. Printed by the 
American missionaries at Oroomiah,] Persia, 1855, 8°. 

: Tamil. The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Testa- 
ments, in Tamil. . . .Under the" auspices of the British and Foreign 
Bible Society. Madras, Amer. Miss. Press* 1850. 1 v. 8°. 

The Gospel according to St. Luke, in Tamil and English. 

Christian Knowledge Society's Press for Madras Bib. Society, 1845. 
12". 

: Turkish. [ The Old Testament in Turkish, with Greek letters. 

Printed at Athens, Greece, 1840.] 1032 p. 8". 

[ The Old and New Testament in Turkish, with Armenian 

letters : A Version revised from the Hebrew, by Rev. W. Goodell, 
at Constantinople.] Smyrna, Turkey, 1841 - 43. 3 v. 12". 

; Wallachian, S< 



: Wel^h, Y Bibl cyssegr-lan, sef yr hen Dcstamcnt a'r Kewydd. 

Bibl Gymdeithas Amer., Caerefrog Newydd, 1858. Vl". 

Testament Newydd ein harglwydd a'n hiaehawdr Jesu 

Christ**** Caer Grawnt. . , , Tros Gymdeithas Biblau Saesoneg ac 
leithoedd Eraill. Cmm PrivUegio. 1846. 12". 

Bible ( The) or Nature, and Substance of Virtue. Condensed from 
the Scriptures of eminent cosmians, pantheists, and eminent phyai- 
philanthropists of various ages and climes.*** .,,, Prepared by 
Julius R. Ames ? Albany, Ster. by C. Van Benthuysen, 1842. 1042 

p. l8^ 

Part I contains estraets from ancient and modem philosophers, 202 p.; 
Part II, the writings of John Stewart, with life, prefiices, etc. 25, 8, 
120J 122, 74, 54 p.; Part iii, extracts from modern writers in prose 
and poetry on the same themes, 47D p. 

Bible Society of Massachusetts, 
versary. Boston, 1854. S". Para. 

Bible Society of Montgomery County, N.Y.- First Report. Am 
dam, 1857. 8". Pam. v. 468. 



Bible-Union Reporter. Vol. 5, Nos. 3 & 4, April and June 1855. 

Am. Bible Union, New- York. 8^ Pam. v. 231. 
BiBLiANDER, Thcod. Machumetis. See Mohammed. 



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BiBLiCALt Repertory and Princeton Review. Vol. 26 - 29, 1851 
- 57. Philadelphia. 4 v. 8°. 

Biblical ( The) Student's Assistant ; containing references to works 
on doctrinal and practical theology, with occasional, notes ;-together 
with an index to four thousand texts of sermons hy eminent divines. 
By Clericm. Edinburgh, 1844. 122 p. 8^ 

BiBLiOGEAFiA Italiana ; ossia Elenco generals delle Opere d'ogni 
specie e d'ogni lingua stampate in Italia, e delle Italiane pubblioate 
aU'estero. Anno v, vi. Milano, 1839, 40. 2 v. 8°. 

BiBLiOOiiAPHiA PoETiOA. English. See Bitson, J, 

BiBLioaRAPHiCAL { The) AND Eeteospbctive Miscellany ; con- 
taining notices of, and extracts from curious and useful hooks in all 
languages ; abstracts from valuable manuscripts . . , .By Mr- Poolt. 
London, J. Wilson, 1830. 160 p. 12". 

Bibliographical Memoranda, 1816.' See [Fry, J.]. 

BiBLioaRAPHiEt DE LA Feance ; ou Journal G^nirale de I'imprimerie 
et de la librairie. Ann^e 1820-40. Paris. 21 v.— IP Serie, T. i, ii. 
1857 - 58. Paris. 2 y. S". 23 v. 8". 

Each volume contains a Supplemuut : Tableau bibIiographique.-..i3ivis6 
par table alphabfetique dea ouvrages, des auteurs, et table syst^matique. 

BiBLiOLoauE ( Le) DE LA Belgiq0E et du Nord de la France. Jour- 
nal de bibliologie, d'histoire litteraire, d'imprimerie et de librairie, 
publiee avec la coiiperation de plusieurs bibliographes et hommes de 

lettres, par Pr^d.Hennebert *** Tome i. Tournai, 1839. 248 

p. 8". 

BiBLiOTHECA GrR^CA ET Latina... quas usui meo paravi Perjcrgus 
Deltophilus. Count de Eemczky. Berolini, 1784. 100, 160, 8, 29, 
64, 60, 23 p. 8". 

BlBLIOTHECAt SaCRA AND THEOLOGICAL BeVIEW. Vol. 12 - 16 ; 

1855 ~ 59. Conducted fay B. A. Park, S. H. Taylor, etc 'Aadover, 

Mass. 5 V. 8". 
Bibliotheca Splendidissima. Oat. of Library consigned from 

the Continent. . .will be sold by auction by Leigh & Sotheby, May 

1816. Prince Talleyrand's. London. 198 p. 8". 
BiBLiOTHfeQUE { La) Canadienne ; ou Miscellanees historjques, scien- 

tifiques et littoraires. Tome 8, No. l.Lec. M.Bibaud, Ed. Mont- 

riral, 1828. 8°. Pam. v. 266. 
BibliotHeqde d'un Homme de gout. See [ Ghaudon, Louis M.]. 
BIBAOS KaXoviievij ETTEPHH. Uepiixovaa avXXoy^r(V iie toiv veu- 

Ttputv Kcd "^dv-epuv E^(.)TSpiic&i' fieXoiv, ft& wpocf^KJjv &v r& riXsi 

Kai Tiv(w pi^nain&v rpayifiSmv eif fiiXog bdu>iiaviH,i>v koI eiponaiKOV 

e(c. Galata (Constantinople), Turkey, 1830. 259 p. sm. 4°. 

BiCHENot, J. A G-lanee at the History of Christianity, and of English 

nonconformity. 2d ed. Newbury, Lng. 1798. 18 p. 8^ Pam. v. 323. 
The Signs of the Times ; or the Overthrow of the papal tyranny 

in France, the prelude of destruction to popery and despotism, but 

of peace to mankind. Albany (1800?). 70 p. 12°. Pam. v. 2S1. 
Bickerstaff's Boston Almanack. Boston, J. Flecming, 1768. Aim. 

v. 16.— For 1772 ; for 1791, '92 : E. Itussell. Aim. v. 19. 



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92 GENERAL LIBKAEY. 

BlCKEE8TETH, Rev. Ed. The Divine Warning to the Cliureb. Sermon, 

Prot. Assoc. ; B«). xvi ; witL. notes. London, 1842. — The National 

Fast of 1847. London. 12 p. — A Discourse on justification by faith : 

Rom. iii, 28. London, 1827. Pain. v. 378. 
Bicknell's Calendar. Otsego, Morrisville, N.T. 1832. 12". Aim. 

Y. 37. 
BiDDLB, C. J. Waahiugton and AndrS. [A paper read before the 

Hist. Society of Pennsylvania, May 11, 1857; with slips from the 

"City Item"]. Philadelphia, May 30, 31, 1857. Bound in 1 t. 8". 
BiDDLE ( John B.), M-D. Address, Med. Department of Pennsylvania. 

College ; with a list of the graduates. PhU'a, 1856. Pam. v. 286. 
BiERMAN, Joh. Heilige Keui'stoffe. .terkredcncn. Utrecht, 1714. 18°, 
BiOELOW, Andrew. Sermon, at the Annual election, on Wednesday, 

Jan. 6, 1836. Boston, 1836. 8°. Pam. v. 270. 
BiGELow, Asahel. Sermon, Aux. Eduo. Society of Norfolk county, 

Weymonth, June 12, 1833. Boston, 1833. 8^ Pam. v. 288. 
BiGELOwt { Jacob), M.B. A History of the Cemetery of Mt. Auburn. 

Boston, 1860. 263 p. 12-. 
[BiGELowt, John]. See Constitutional Eeform, Cat. 1855. 

Memoir of the Life and Public Services of John Charles Fre- 
mont ; including an account of his exploratioi 
his. .. .correspondence ; his defence before th 
New-York, 1856. 12". 

BiGELOw, J. P. iMayor's Address. See Boston. 

BiGELOWt, Timothy. Oration. . .City of Boston, July 4, 1853. . .with 

the Speeches. . . -in Fanueil Hall. Boston, 1853. 80 p. 8". Pam. v. 

109, 532. 

Pam. 

Bigot, R. P. Jaoques. Relation de oe qui s'est passe de plus remar- 
quable dans la Mission Ahnaquise de Sainct Joseph de Sillery et. . 
de Sainot Francois de Sales, I'annee 1684, 85. . .A Manate ( N.Y), 
de la Presse Cramoisy de Jean-Marie Shea, 1857, 58. 61, 21 p. 2 
V. 12". 

Copie d'une Lettre escrite par le Pere Jacques Bigot de la 

Compagnie de Jesus, I'an 1684 ; pour accompagner un collier pour- 
celaine Manate, J. M. Shea, 1858. 9 p. 12°, 

Bigot, V. Kelation de ce qui s'est pass^ de plus remarqnable dans la 
Mission des Abnaquia a I'Acadie, I'anuee 1701. Par le Pere Vincent 
Bigot, de la Compagnie de Jesus. A Manate, de la Presse Cramoisy 
de Jean Marie Shea, 1858. 34 p. 12°. 

BUDRAGEN tot de Kennia der Nederlandsche en Vreemde Kolonien, 
bijzouder betrekkelijk de vrijlating der slaven, 1844. N" 1 — 6. 
Utrecht, 1844. 8". 

[ BlLLlNGSLEY, J.]. See Brief Discourse of schism, 1714. 

Bindley, J. Catalogue of Library of Auction. London, 1818. 

■ Part I, II, IV. 71, 96, 62 p. Cat. v. 94. Frices. 



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BiNOHAMf, Caleb. An Astronomical and Geographical Catechism for 
the use of children. . .lltk edition. Boston, 1810. 36 p. 18°. Pam. 
V. 605. 

The American Preceptor; heing a new selection of lessons for 

reading and speaking. . .228 p. 12". Imperfect. 

Bingham's (J.P.) Classical G-tmnasium. N.York, 1834. Pani. v. 

■ 456. 

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BiNGNER, A. Lit.eratur iiber das Grossherzogthum Baden in alien 

seinen staatlichen beaielmngen, von oa. 1750 - 54 Karlsruhe. . . 

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BiNNET, Tho. Calamity Improved, a Sermon : Job i, 20 - 22. 1839. 
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BiSHOpt, Abraham. Connecticut Eepublicanism : An Oration on the 
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Appendix. .*** London, 1703. — Wiik, An Appendix to the book, 
entituled, New-England judg'd : being certain writings of those 
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Black Book. New Parliament : An Appendix to the Black Book ; 
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Black Gowns and Red Coats ; or Oxford in 1834 : A Satire 

London, 1834. Fart i. Part ii. Part iii. The Discipline and 
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Black Joke Almanac, 1844. N.Y. Aim. v. 39. 
Black River Baptist Association, N.Y. Minutes, 1820 to 1825, 
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Minutes of Slet Anniversary, Belleville, 1S59. ' Watertown, 

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BlackalL, Bp- Ofspring. [Sermons collected] in 1 v, 8". Contents: 
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London, 1707. 
The Subject's duty. Sermon, 1705 : Accession to the throne. London, 

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Sermon belbre the Queen, Nov. 17, 1700 : Matt.\,Z. Sd edition. London. 
Way of trying Prophets : Sermon at St. James, Nov. 9, 1705. London. 
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Blackburn ( Lancelot), D.D. Sermon, Dec. 26, 1708 : Mati. v, 10- 
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Blackie, W. G. The Imperial G-azettee 

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Blackmore, Sir Richard. Just Prejudices against the Arian hypo- 
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Modern Ariana TJnmask'd : Idolatry fix'd upon them ; their 

criminal manner of subscribing to articles of faith, . .London, 1721. 
84 p. 8". Pam. v. 340. 

Blackwater ( The) Chronicle : A Narrative of an Expedition into 
the land of Canaan, in Randolph County, Virginia, a country flowing 
with wild animal. . .by five adventurous gentlemen, . .in the summer 

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Blaokwell {-Elizabeth), M-D- Address on the Medical Education of 
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Blackweil, J. Kenyon. Explosions in Coal Mines, their causes and 
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Blackwood, William. A Catalogue of a valuable collection of books, 
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Blackwood ji. Cabltle. A Vindication. By a Garlylian. {England, 
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BLACKWooD'at Edinburgh Magazine. Vol. 77 - 85, 1856 to June 
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BLAGDENt (Geo. W.), D.D. Sermon, Ordination of James H. Means 
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Blaikie, Francis, On Husbanding of Farm-yard manure and other 
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Blain, Eev. Jacob. Death not Life ; or the theological hell and end- 
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Blair's Chronological Tables, revised and enlarged ; compre- 
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Blaie ( Fi-iinois P.) jr. Letter to the Eepubliean Assoeiation of Wa- 
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Speech, H. of R., Jan, 14, 1858 : On the acquisition of free 

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The Destiny of the raoes of this continent : An Address, Merc. 

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BLAiRt, Robert. Poetical Works- See Beattie, J. 

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Blake { Edward ), D-D. Religion's temporal promises : Sermon, Mat. 
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Blake { James), M.D. Introductory Lecture, Med. Department of the 
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Blake, John H. Observations on illuminating gas. Boston, 1349. 36 
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Blake+, John L. A Biographical Dictionary; comprising a summary 
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Blake, Very Rev. Michael. A Sermon on the Solemn Fast of Lent : 
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Blake, Mortimer- A Oenturial History of the Mendon Association of 
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Blake, Samuel. Blake Family : A Genealogical History of William 
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Blake, William P. Description of the Fossils and Shells collected in 
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Blakeslbt, Joseph W. Thoughts oa the Recommendations of the 
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Blakslee, Solomon. Address, East-Haddam Branch of the Massa- 
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BLANOt, Charles. See Rembrandt, Engravings. 

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Blancken, J. H. Bildnisse Beruhrater Kiinstler, Buch handler, Buch- 
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Blane, Sir Gilbert. Elements of Medical Logiclc, or philosophical 
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BlatohfOrdI (Samuel), B.D. Sermon. . . Lanaingbnrgh and Water- 
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The Sanctification of the Sabbath : A Sermon, "VVaterford, N.Y. 

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BLATCHFORDt ( T. W.), M.B. [ A Collection.] In 1 v. 8". Contents : 
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Observations on equivocil generation, prepared as evidence in a suit for 

slander. Albany, 1844. 14 p. 
Two Addresses bsfore tlie Medical Society of the State of New-York, 1848. 

28 p. 
Homceopathy illustrated ; An Address, Rensselaer County Med, Society, 

Albany, 1851. 76 p. 
Cases of Hydrophobia. [ Boston Med. and Surg. Journal, 1854.] 8 p. 
Hydrophobia; its origin and development, as influenced by climate, season 

[ Am. Med. Association.] Philadelphia, 185C. 104 p. 

Eeport on rest and the abohtionDf pain in the treatment of disease (N.Y. 

S.Med. Society). Albany, 1856. 20 p. 
Eulogy on Samuel M'Clellan, M.D. Albany, 1857. 

Blautus, Jakob W. Vermischte Beytriigs uur Erweiterung der Kent- 
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BLESHiNGTONt, Mftrgnerite Power, Countess of. A Journal of Conver- 
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Bledland, J, J. Bleuland Otium Acadcmicum ; continens Descrip- 
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BLiKHt, William. A Voyage to the South Sea, undertaken by command 
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the said ship, and the subsequent voyage of part of the crew, in tlio 
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Dutch settlement in the East Indies. The whole illustrated with 
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Bliss, Henry. Oration, Colebrook, Conn. : On the National thanlis- 
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Bliss, Reo. 8eth. See American Tract Society, Boston. 

Blodget, Lorin- Climate of the Summer of 1853, in its relations to 
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Climatology of the United States, and of the temperate latitudes 

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Blomer ( Ralph), DD. Sermon, March 10, 1710 ; Accession to tho 
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Charge to tlie Clergy of Chester, 1825. Lond. 4°. Pam. y. lOOB. 

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A Manual of Family Prayers. 10th edition. London, 1829. 32 

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Vol. h : Archise, Bibliof heken und Inschriftonin Parma, Modena.Massa, 

Lucca, ToBcaiia, dcm Kirchenstaut and S, Marino. 
Vol. Ill : Archive, Bibliotheken wnd Insobriften in der Stadt Eom. 
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vier biinden, und aur Bibliotheca Libi'onim MSS. Italica. 

Bibliotheca Librorum Manuscriptorum Italiea. . In Supplemen- 

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Blumhop,'J. Cr. Jj. Bibliotlieoa Ferri ; sou Colleetio libroriim eerip- 
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Blunt, E, & G-. W. Sailing Directiona for the West Coast of North 
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BluntI, Edmund M. The American Coast Pilot ; containing the 
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BuiNT, Bev. 3.V. An Introduction to a Course of Lectures on the 
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Blythe, Stephen C. An Apology for the Conversion of Stephen C. 

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Board op National PoruLAR Bdocation. 1st, 5tli, 7th, 8th, 10th 

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2d, 3d, 4th, 8th, 9th, 10th Ann. Report : Cleveland, Hartford. 

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BoAKDMANt ( Henry A.), B.D. Address, 1853. See Merchant's Fund. 

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A Quarter-century Discourse. . -lOth Presbyterian church, Phi 

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Considerations theoriques et pratiques snr I'ac 
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BoDDy { William B.), Surg. Diet and Cholera ; showing the vital 

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BoroNi, G, Maniiale Tipographicc 

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BOEHMBE, G. K Bibliotheea Scripdorum Historise naturalia, 

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Pabs 1, Vol. I, Sec. 1 : Litterarii, Com mend stores; 2, Desoriptores, Ich- 

nographi, Systeniatici, Physioi; 3, Biblici et Oritici; 4, Microscopici; 

5, Mascographi; 6, Topngmphici. 
Pars i, Vol.ii, Sec. 7 : Medid; 8, Pharmaceutici; 9, Ohymici; 10, Die- 

tetici; 11, (Eoonomici; 12, Tcchnologici, 
Pars ii, Zoo1(^ : Vol. i. Sec. 1, Universales; 2, Pavticulares : De Mam- 

malibus, Mastologi, etc. 
Pars ii. Vol. ii : De avibus, amphibiis, piscibus, insectis, vermibus, etc. 
Pars in, Phytologi : Vol. 1, TJniversales,; Qiconoihici, agri- prati- sjlvi- 

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principcs generaus de culture ; I'indieation, mois par mois, des 

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Bond (Wm. K.), of Ohio. Speech, IJ.S. H. of R., XJpon. . .abuses in 
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Une Lecture par jour : Mosaique litt^raire, morale, religieuse 

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mountaine^'r, soout and pioneer, and Chief of the Crow nation of 

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BoNNETt, Abbe J. E. Tableau des £tats Unis de I'Am^riquc au com- 
mencement du XIX' sieole. ,.. Paris, 1816. 175 p. 8°. 
BONOMi, Joseph. Niniveh and its Palaces. The discoveries of Botta 

& Layard applied to the elucidation of Holy Writ. . .3d edition, 

London, Bohn, 1857. 12°. 
BoNSAL and Niles' Citizen and Farmer's Almanac. Wilmin 

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BoNSALL, John 0. Essay on the Attribute of Knowledge in God, 

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of arms. . . .7th edition. By J. P. Elmn. London, 1854. 2 v. 12°. 
Book ( The) of Mormon. Translated by Joseph Smith jr. Reprinted 

from the third American edition, carefully revised by the translator. 

New-York, xix, 380 p. 12°. 
Boone, Daniel. The Adventures of Daniel Boone, the Kentucky 

Rifleman. By the Author of Uncle Philip's Conversations. New 

York, 1844. 174 p. 18". 
Booth ( J. C), and Faber, W. L. Kleraents of Chemistry. See Keg 

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faots connected with those forms of fever attributed to Malaria or 
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BoPP, F- A Comparative G-rammar of the Sanskrit, Zend, Greek, 
Latin, Lithuanian, Gothic, German, and Sclavonian languages, . . . 
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BOBBEAUXt : Chamber op Commerce. Chambre de Commerce de 
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Catalogue dea Livres coraposant la Bihliotheque ; avea 

SuppUment. Bordeaux, 1852. T31 p. 8". 

Projet de Docks k Bordeaux ; MLUioire presents. , . par 

Eugene Flaehat. . .Paris, 1855. 83 p. 4°, 

Borden (Gail) jr. Letter of, to Br. Ashbel Smith, setting forth an 
important invention, termed Meat Biscuit ; and the Keply of Dr. 
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BoRRoMEO, A. M. Catalogo de' Novellieri Italiani posseduti dal fi 
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Bos, Lambertus, Lamberti Bos. . . .Ellipses Grsecfe ; sive de Vocibus 
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L. Bos Ellipses Grtecse, ex ed. G. H. Schaeffer. Appendicis loco 

subjicivmtur B. Weiske pleonasmi linguse grsecie. Necnon G-. Her- 
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Eunncims Palliatus : An Excursus to ^^ 15, 16, 17 of Part iv 

of the Greek Antiquities of Lambert Boa. Printed for the use of 
the actors of the Eunuohus .... at Westminster in 1839. 23 p. 8". 
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BosAKQUET, Charles. Letter, , . . on the causes of the. . .depveeiation 
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Bosch, Bernardus. Leevredenen. A-wisterdam, 1786. 8". 

Bosch, T. v. Oogitationes theol. crit. et mor. de Magis ab Oriente. 
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BOBCOBBL ( The) Teacts, relating to the escape of Charles the Second 
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BOSSANGE+, Hector. Catalogue des Livres franjais, italiens, espagnob, 
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BOSSANGE, Hector : 

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et Fils. Ma Biblioth^ue Fran^aise. Paris, 1855. 12". 

BoasoHAt , Herman. Geschiedenis der Rtaats-Omwenteling in Nederland, 

voorgevallen in het jaar aolitienhouderd dertien. Met portretten. 
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BossuetI , Bishop J. B. Discoura sur I'Histoire uniTerselle. Aecompa- 
gnes de. . .notes. . .par E.Lefranc. Paris, Delalain, 1855. 12", 

A Pastoral Letter from the Lord Bisliop of Meaux, to tlie new 

catholics of his dioeess. . . Witli reflectiona upon tlie pretended per- 
secution. Trans... London, 1686. 37 p. 4". Pam. v.356. 

BoSTONt. Tlie Votes and Proceedings of tlie freeholders and other 
inhabitants. . . .in town meeting assembled. , . Boston, Edes & Gill 
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: City Documents, 1852, 53, 54, 55. In 1 v. 8". Contents : 

Public Schools, Superintendent's Report, 1853; Report of Exsniinations, 

rrimary Schools, 1854; Chnrity Scliool, 1853; Receipts ani3 Expen- 
ditures, 1850, 51; InspecHirs of Prisons, 1P53, 54; Revised Oity 
Chnrter, 1854; Rules and Orders of City Council, 1855; New Luno- 
t'c Hospital, 1853; lloiujes of Industry, 1854; Erection of New Jail, 
1851; Auditor's Estimates, 1850, 51; Accounts of J. 0. Dunn, 1852; 
Report on Boston Harbor, 1852. 

: Census. Report of the joint special committee on the census 

of Boston, May, 1855. . .with analytical and sanitary observations 
by Josiab Curtis, M.D. Boston, 185'j. 104 p. 8". Pam. v. 534. 

; Education. The Report of the annual examination of the 

public schools... 1848. Boston, 1848. 66 p. 8". Pam.Y.552. 

Annual Report of the school committee, together with 

the annual report of the superintendent of public schools, for 1855, 

56. Boston, 1856, 57. Pam. v. 249. For 1857. Boston, 1858. 

Pam. y. 277. 

Rules of the school committee, and regulations of public 

schools. Boston, 1856,57. Pam. y. 277. 

Report of the special committee on the eommuni cation of 

Rev. Charles F. Barnard. 1857. 12 p. Pam. v. 491. 

Report of committee on school sections. Nov. 7, 1849. 

Pam. V. 249. 



schools of the city of Bos- 

— See also Boston ; City Documents. 

— : Fire DePAHTMeKT. 18th Ann. Report, 1855. 70 p. Pam. v. 
236. 

— : Health. Doc't No. 39. Report on cholera. Nov. 2, 1848. 
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■ Quarterly Report of the city physician, Jan. 1859. Exe- 
cution of Magee. 20 p. Para. 7.501. 

. : Houses of Industry and Eeformation. Annual Report. 

April, 1851. Boston, 1851. Pam. v. 162. 

Report of the Board of Directors for public institutions, 

1858. City Doct. N" 14. 31 p. Pam. v. 535. 

: Insane. Report of the Board'of Visitors of the Boston Luna- 
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: July 4. The 82d Anniversary of American Independence : 

being a full report of the events of the day in the City of Hoston, 
together with the revised orations of B. Choate and J. B. Holmes. , 
July 5, 1858. Boston, Boston Courier. 127 p. 8". Pam. v. 632- 

— ^ ; Library. Proceedings on the occasion of laying the corner- 
stone of the Public Library of the City of Boston, 17th September, 
1S55. Boston, 1855. 72 p. 8". 

Proceedings at the dedication of the building for the 

Public Library of the City of Boston. Jan. 1, 1858. Boston, 1858. 
194 p. 8". 

- Report of the Trustees of the Public Library, July 1852. 

Pam. v. 169.— 2d Report, Nov. 'Z, 1854. Pam. v. 209.— 4tL, 5th 
Report, 1856, 57. Pam. v. 375, 470. 

Catalogue of the Pubiie Library of the City of Boston. 

Boston.. 1854. ISO p. 8°. 

ludes to the Catalogue of a portion of the Public Li- 
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; Mayor's Addresses. Inaugural of J. P. Bigelow, Jan. 6, 

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Inaugural of P. W. Lincoln jr., Jan. 4, 1858. Boston, 

8". Pam. v. 522. 

: Municipal Register. Containing the city charter and rules 

and orders of the city council, and a list of the officers of the City 
of Boston, for the year 1856, 57, 58, 59. Boston, 1858 - 59. 4 v. S ■. 

: Pavements. Annual Report of the superintendent of streets, 

1856. 23p. 8». Pam. Y. 493. 

: Police. Report of the Chief of Police for the quarter ending 

June 30, 1856. Pam. v. 245. 

; Prisons. Reports of the Inspectors of Prisons in the County 

of Suffolk, on the Jail, Boston Lunatic Hospital, House of Correu- 
tion. House of Reformation, Kiiinsford's Island Hospital, and House 
of Industry ( City Doc. N" 58), 1858. Pam. v. 245.— For 1867. 
Sec Pam. v. 538. See also Boston, Houses of Industry. 

Rules and Regulations of the House of Correction, 1854. 

Pam. V. 245. 

: Statistics. Report by the City Registrar of the births, mar- 
riages and deaths, in the (Jity of Beaton, for 1853, 55, 56. Boston, 
lb54, 58, 57. Pam. v-240.— l!'oi-18J7. Boston, 18J8. Pam. v. &6i. 



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Boston : 

: Taxation. List of persons, eo-partnerahips and corporations 

who were taxed 825 and upwards 1840 City Doct. Boston, 

1841. 117 p. 8". Pam. v. 564. 

i Water, Report of the consulting physicians of tiie City of 

Boston in relation to the action of Cochituate water upon mineral 
BuhsUnees. . .Boston, 1843. 8". Pam. t. 2S3. 

BosTONt Almanac, N" i - in, for.1836. 37, 38 ; Ijy S. N. Dickinson ; 
for 1852 -58. Boston. 10 v. 18". 

BosTONt and Lowell Railroad, Report, for the year ending Nov, 

30, 1851. Boston, 1851. Pam. t.147. Report, Nov. 30, 1854. 

Boston, 1855. 8=. Pam. v. 208. 

Boston and Maine Railroad. Report, at Aanual Meeting, at Exe- 
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BoSTONt and Providence Railroad. Report of a committee of 
citizens of Dedham relative to the advance of fares upon . , Dedham, 
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BostokI and Worcester Railroad. Report of the Directors, Bos- 
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fare Boston, 1840. 8".— Reports,, 14th, 17th, 24th, 29th. Bos- 
ton, 1846, 49, 54, 59. 8°. Pam. v. 544.— 28th Rep. 1857. Boston, 
1858. Pam. v. 282. 

Boston Association Home Missionary Society, Report. Boston, 
1850. 12 p. 8°. Pam, v. 524. 

Boston Board or Trade. Second Annual Report .... Jan. 1856. 
Boston, 1856. 172 p.— Fourth Report, by Lorenzo Sabine, Secre- 
tary. Boston, 1858. 240, 16 p. 2 V. 8". 

Boston ( The) Chronicle, for tlie year 1768. With many supplements 
and extraordinary papers. Vol. I. Boston ; Mein & Fleming. 4". 

Boston! City Missionary Society. Annual Report. Boston, 1853. 
Pam. V. 263.— Report, 1856, 57. Boston, J857, 58. Pam. v. 524. 
Boston Common. Boston, 1842. 63 p. 12°, 
BosTost Directories. Directory, 1789. 63 p. 18^ Reprint. 
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Adams' Boston Directory for 1847 - 48, 52, 50 - 51, 54. 4 v. 8°. 

Complete Business Directory of Boston for the year 1857. Com- 
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Boston Dispensary. .60th Report. Boston, 1856. 12°. Pam.v.627. 
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Boston Evening Post— ITeeA/y. Printed by T. & J. Fleet, Boston, 
1767 - 68, July 13 - July 11, 1768, 1 v.; 1788 >- 89, July 18 - 
July 17, 1769, 1 v.; 1769-70, July 24 - July 28, 1770, 1 v.; 
1770 - 71, July 30 - July 15, 1771, 1 ?.; 1771 - 72, July 22 - July 
13, 1772, 1 y.; 1772 - 73, July 20 - July 19, 1773, 1 v.; 1773, 
July 26 - Dec. 27 ( wanting Nov. 1 k Deo. 13|, 1 v.; 1774, Jan. 3 - 
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Boston Gazette and Ccdntrt Joubnal. Printed by Edea & Gill. 
W(el-ly. — n&S, Jan. 2 -Dec. 18 (Dec. 25 wanting), N" 144- 
194, 1 v.; 17.'>9, Jan. 1 - Dec. 31, N" 196 - 248, 1 v.; 1762, Jan. 
4 -. May 24, N" 353 - 373. With Bostoa News Letter, May - Dec. 
1762, iu 1 V. 3 Y. f. 

Boston Gazette, April 10, 1755. See Boston Eve. Post, 1776, 

Boston Ladies' Association for Evangelizino the West. Se- 
cond Annual Eeport, 1844. Boston, 1844. Pam. v. 198. 

Boston Lyceum. 3d Report. Boston, 1832. 12". Earn. v. 627. 

B0STON+ ( Tlie) Medical and Sueoical Jouenal. Edited by J. V. 
0. Smith, M.D. Vol. 24 - 39, 1836 ~ 44. Boston. 16 v. 8". 

Boston News -Letter and New-Enqland Chronicle. — VVeeldy. 
Printed hj J. Draper, 1762, May 27 - Dec. 30, N" 3022 - 3080 
(3050). See Boston Gazette. 

Boston (Bowen's) News -Letter and Citt Record. Vol. i. Jan. 
- June, 1826. Jerome V. Smith, M.D. Editor. Boston. 1 v. 8°. 

Boston Port Society. 28th Eeport. .Boston, 1858. 8°. Pam. v. 549. 

Boston Provident Association. Directory, 1858 - 69. — 5tk Re- 
port. Boston, 1856. 8". Pam. v. 535. 

Boston Rural Cemetery. Address to the Citizens of Boston and 
vicinity on the subject of a Rural Cemetery. Boston, 1850. 8°. 
Pam. -v. 237. 

;ty. 6th, 9th, 28th Report. Bos- 
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BosTONt Society foe Aidino Discharged Convicts. Constitu- 
tion and By-Laws. Boston, 1847. — 1st Annual Report. Pam. v. 
162.— 2d Report. Bostoa, 1848. Pam. t. 160.— 4tli Report, 1850. 
Pam. V. 162.— Report, 1857. Pam. v. 509. 

Boston Society for Medical Improvement. Constitution and 

By-Laws ; with a list of members. Boston, 1853. Para. v. 196. 
BosTONt Society for the Prevention of Pattpeeism. Twentieth 

Annual Report, Oct. 1855. Boston, 1855. 8". Pam. v. 243. 
BosTONtSociETY OF NATURAL HiSTORY ; Boston Journal of Natural 

History; containing papers and communications read to.. 1850 — 

57.. .Vol. VI. Boston, 1857. 8". 

+ : Proceedings. Vol. v, 1854 - 66 ; Vol. Vi, 1856 - 59. Boston, 

. 2 V. 8". 

Boston Stock and Exchange Board. Constitution and By-Laws. 

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In 1 V. 4". 

Bray ( Thomas), D.D. The Acts of Dr. Bray's Visitation, held at 
Annapolis in Mainland, May 23, 24, 25, Anno 1700. London, 1700. 
17 p. — Several Circular Letters to the Clergy of Maryland, sub- 
sequent to their late visitation. .London, 1701 ; iTicluding A Course 
of Catechising; The Layman's Library ; Prospectus.... for pro- 
moting the collection of psalms .... 21, 4 p. In 1 v'. P. See n.ho 
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Brat ( Thomas), DD- : 

Bibliotheca Parochialis, &e.; or a Scheme of such theological 

and other heads, as seem reqiiisite to be perused or occasionally con- 
sulted by the reyerend olergy ; Together with the books wliich may 
bo profitably read on each of those points, in order to promote the 
forming aud erecting libraries of three degrees, yia. G-eneral, decanal 
or lending and parochial libraries tlironghout Her Majesty's domi- 
nions, both at home and abroad. Vol. i. The aecond edition, with 
large additions. London, 1707. 68, 412 p. 8". 

[ ]. See Papal Uaurpation. London, 1712. 

Brat ( Thomas), D.D., of Eseter College. The Evidence of Prophecy 
. .A Sermon : 2 Pet. i, 19. Oxford, 1761. 8-. Pam. v, 371. 

Bratlet, E. W. Ah Enquiry into the G-enuineness of Prjnne's "De- 
fence of Stage Plays ;" together with a repriat of said tract, and 
also of Prynne's " Vindication." London, 1825. 16 p. Pam. v. 470. 

— '— A Topographical History of Surrey . . . The geological section by 
Gideon Mantell ; the illustrative department under the superinten- 
dence of T. Allom.- London, 1850. 5 v. 4°. 

The History of the Ancient Palaci 

ment at Westminster. . .By E. W. B. a 
289 - 476 p. 8". Pam. v. 401. 

[ ] See Neale's Westminster Abbey. 

See Russell Institution Catalogue, London. 

BEAZEB.+ (ReB. John), D.D., Salem. Discourse, 4th April 1829, at 
the interment of Edward Augustus Holjoke, M-D., LL.D. Salem, 
1829. 3". Pam. v. 214. 

The Duty and Privilege of an active benevolence. Address, 

Seamen's Widow and Orphan Association, 1835. Salem, Mass. 1836. 
8^. Pam. V. 105. 

Lessons of the Past. A Sermon on the anniversary of Ms ordina- 
tion. North Society in Salem, Mass. Salem, 1887. 8'. Pam. v. 105. 

A Discourse, Aug. 30, 1843, the Sunday sitoceeding the death of 

Hon. Benjamin Pickman. Salem, 1843. 8". Pam. v. 214. 

A Discourse on the Lil 

Saltonstall, May 18, 1845. 

i Co. Catalogue of superb doul)le dahlias. Boston. 
V. 266. 

Breokinkidge (John C), Kentucky. G-en-Butler — Democratic Re- 
view — Judge Douglas. Speech, U;S.H. of R., Mar. 4, 1852. " 
V. 487. 

Speecli, U.S. H. of R., Nebraska and Kansas, March 23, 1854. 

8 p. 8". Pam. v. 561, 

Breckinridge (William L.), & Humphrey, Edward P., D-D. Theo- 
logical Seminaries in the West. Louisville, 1850. 42 p. 8". Pi 
277. 

Bkeeden, Henry. Plain Things for those that need them, or a Call to 
holiness and usefulness; and a Discourse on perfect love, by John 
Miles. Albany, 1846. 64 p. 8". Pam. v. 262. 



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Bkeeden+ EaeDT aende Vereonichde Nederlandsehe Proyintien. By 

Coraelis Melyn, 1650. Trans- in English. See Vertoogh. 
Beeese (Sidney), of N.Y. SpeeeH on the Mexican queBtion and the 

Ten Regiment bill, H. of R. Washington, 1848. 8". Pam. v. 486. 
Ereoeaut, L. R. Mamiels Roret. Nouveau Manuel eomplet de I'lm- 

primeui- lithographe Nouvelte edition tres augmentee, par M. 

Knecht. .et M. Jules Desportea Paris, Roret, r850. 401 p. 18°, 

Ereoqen (P. Vander), Corn. Zn., M-D. Gteneeskundige Bijdragen 

Tan gemengden inhoud. Eei'ste gedeelte. Amsterdam, 1842. 96 p. 

8". Pam. v.'269. 
BKEiSLAK.Seipione. Bescrizioue geologica della Provincia di Milano. 

. . .Miiano, 1822. xlix, 260 p. 8". 

Osservazioni, etc. 1838. Postumo. See Lomh. Ven. Inst. v. 5. 

Bremen. Tahellarische Uebevsicht des Bi-emiachen Handels im Jahre 

1853, 54, 55, 56. Zuaanimeagestellt durch die Beliurde tai die 
handelaatatiatik. Bremen, 1854, 57. 8 v. 4°. 

Brennan, p. An Answer to Mr. Pinnegan's pamphlet, intitled A True 
and Coacise Account of the principal errors of popery. By Patrick 
Brennan, schoolmaster. Printed for the author, 1788. '2Q p. IS". 
Pam. Y. 482. 

Brent, John Carroll. Letters on the Kational Institute, Smithsonian 
Legaoj, The Fine Arts, and other matters connected with the in- 
terests of the District of Columbia. Washington, 1844. 90 p. 8". 
Pam. V. 272. 

Brenton ( Edward Pelham), Capt- R. N. The Naval History of Great 
Britain, from the year 17^^ to 1836. . . .Improved edition. . . .with 
portraits, plans, etc. London, 1837. 640, 628 p. 2 v. 8". 

Observations on the Training and Education of children in Great 

Britain ; A Letter to Sir James Graham on impressment; and i^ 
Translation from the French of M. Ducpc-tiaux's work on mendioity. 
With an appendis. London, 1834. xliii, 119 p. 8". Pam. v. 277. 

Brenton, Sir J. Memoir of Vice- Admiral Sir Jahleel Brenton .... 

Re-edited by his son.*** London, 1855. 12". 
Ekenton, James J. Voices from the Press : a Collection of sketches, 

essays and poems by practical printer s. Edited by. .. .New- York, 

1850. 312 p. S''. 
BreraI, Val. Luigi. Meraorie Medico-cliniohe per servire d'interpre- 

tazione at Prospetti clinici del Cavaliere V. L. E. . .Padova, 1816. 

207 p. 8°. Pam. v, 515. 
Brerbton, John. A Brief and True Belation of the discovery of the 

north part of Virginia. . .London, 1602. SeeMass. Hist. Soc. Col- 
lections, S. 3, V. 8. 
Brett, Tho. Sermon, May 29, 1713, Thanksgiving for. ..End to the 

great rebellion : John r, 14. London. 8". Pam. v. 365. 
Breuoei., J. J. van. Korte en Gemakkelijke wiJEC om de Maleische 

taal... Haarlem, 1823. 81 p. 12°. 
Brewfr, Mr. Grand Moving Mirror, .comprising the Mammoth cave 

of Kentucky, the Falls of Niagara London. 16 p. 12". Pam. v. 

489. 



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Brewer, Samuel. Sermon, Death of E.ev. T. Hitehin -. Ps. xlviii, 14. 
. . .Oratioa. , .at liis interment, ia the burial ground at Bunhill, by 
T. TowLe, B.D. 1774. London. 8^ Pam. v. 881. 

Brewer, Stephen. Proceedings of the Trial of ; . .before the Presby- 
terian Church of Cortland village, March 1859. Cortland, N.Y. 
1859. 24 p. S". Pam. v. 536. 

Brewerton, G-.-Douglaa. The War in Kansas. A Bough Trip to the 
border, among new homes and a strange people. . .*** New-York, 
1856. 12". 

Bre WERT OfT, John. Report, of Capt. Brewerton, connected with the 
improvement of the Hudson Biver aavigation, Dec. 26, 1838. Al- 
bany, 1839. 24 p. 8". Pam. v. 493. 

Brewster, Charles W. Brambles about Portsmouth. Sketches of per- 
sons, localities aad incidents of two centuries. . .Portsmouth, 1859. 
376 p. 8". 

BkewsteeI Sir David. Description of the Kaleidoscope, 1818. 12". 
Plates. Pam. V. 618. 

Brewster, James. A Letter to the Editor of the Quarterly Beview. . 
on the Bev. Dr. Keith's EvideLice of Prophecy. Edinburgh, 1826. 
68 p. 8°. Pam. V. 310. 

Bricknell, Eev. W. Siracoe, G-rievanee of Chnreh rates : A Letter to 
Philip Pusey, esq., M. P...with an appendis.- London, 1837. 72 p- 
S". Pam. V. 327. 

Besignation and Lay-communion : Prof. Keble's View. ..of the 

Tractarians. , . .with reference to the approaching vacancy in the 
Poetry professorship. London, 1841. 36 p. 8". Pam. v. 331. 

BaiCKwooD, John. A Plan for redeeming the new four per cent, , . . 
London, 1830. 48 p. — Further remarks on the superiority of the 
new five per cent stock. London, 1830. 15 p. 8°. Pam. v. 427. 

Bridal (The) op Vaumowd : a Metrical Bomance.*** N.Yorh, 1817. 
186 p. 18^ 

Bkide (The) OP Abtdos, a Tragedy. . .-B?/ W.O. London, 1818. 87 
p. 8". No tide. Pam. v. 396. 

Bridge, Reo. B. A Brief Narrative of a Visit to the Valleys of Pied- 
mont, inhabited by the Vaudoia, the descendants of the Waldenses 
. . .London, 1825. 20 p. 8°. Pam. v. 393. 

Bridge (Rev. B.), F.R.S. A Treatise oa the construction, properties 
aad analogies of the three conic sections. From 2d London edition, 
with additions .... [ by]?. A. P. Barnard]. New-Haven, 183L 132 
p. 8". 

Bridges, Rev. George Wilson.' The Anaals of Jamaica Volume 

the first. Loudoa, Murray, 1827. 8". 

BRlDGMANt, Thomas. The Pilgrims of Boston and their descendants ; 
with an introduction by Hon. Edward Everett, LL.D. Also, inscrip- 
tions from the monuments in the Granary burial ground, Treraonti- 
street...*** New-York. ..1856. 8°. 

Bridgwater Baptist Association, Pennsylvania. Minutes. Mon- 
trose, 1827. Pam. V. 466. 



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Brief (A) Accotjnt of the Causes that have retarded the prepress of 

the Colony of Georgia, in America; attested upon oath. Being a. 

proper contrast to A State of the Province of Georgia. . , London, 

1743. lOX p. 8". Also Iq Georgia Hist. Soo. Collection, v. 2. 
Brief (A) Accodnt of the Jesuits. . . .tending to estahlish the danger. 

of the i-eviving of that order. .London, 1815. 56 p. 8". Pam.v.344. 

Brief (A) Account of the New Sect of Latitude men. Signed S.P. 
Oxford, 1662. Uepr. 15 p. 8". Pam. v. 322. 

Brief (A) Defence of the Church's belief concerning the Ascension 
. .in answer to Mr. Whiston. .London, 1710. 23 p. 8". Pam. v. 332. 

Beiep (A) Discourse of Schism : By a Protestant. By J. BilUngs- 
ley. London, 1714. 22 p. Pam. v. 340. 

Brief (A) Enquiry into leagues and alliances made hctwixt princes 
and nations. 161 - 175 p. 8". Pam. v. 409. 

Brief (A) Examination of the Plan and Conduct of the Northern 
Expedition in America in 1777, and of the surrender of the army 
under the command of Lieutenant General Burgoyne. Lond. 1779. 
With Burgoyiie's Letter of Oct. 20, 1777, to Lord G. Germaim. 

, 52 p. 8". 

Brief (A) History of the Siiccession, collected out of the records and 
the most authentiek historians. . , . London (1683?), 19 p. f-". Pam. 
v. 1103. 

Brief (A) Justification of the Prince of Orange's descent into En- 
gland, and of the kingdoms late recourse to aims ; with ,a modest 
disquisition of what may become the wisdom a 
suintf convention in their disposal of the crow 
p. 8K Pam. V. 408. ■ 

Brief Reflections on Sir Richard Steele's large dedication to the 
Pope. . . By S. P. M, A. a country curate. London, 1715. 32 p. 8'. 
Pam. V. 343. 

Brief Reflexions on the Correspondence between Lord Grenville and 
M. Otto, in Aug. & Sept. 1800. Lond. 1800. 43 p. 8". Pam. v. 221. 

Brief Relation of the State of New-England. . .London, 1689. See 
Force's Tracts, v. 4 ; Mass. Hist. Soc. Collections, 8. 2, v. 9 ; Rela- 
tion. Cat. 1855. 

eRegistry bill... London, 1816. 68 p. 8°. 

Brief Review of New- England, 1774. See Review. Cat. 1855. 

Brief (A) Sketch of various attempts which have been made to diffuse 
a knowledge of the Holy Scriptures through the medium of the Irish 
language.*** Dublin, 1818. 143, 16 p. 8^ Pam. v. 396. 

. By William Smith, D.J)., 1755. 

Brief (A) State of the Inland or Home Trade of England ; and of 
the oppression it suffers, . . .from the invasion of hawkers, pedlars, 
. . . London, 1730. 70 p. 8". Pam. v. 445. 

:A) St. 

Pam. V 

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Brief (A) Statement of the Bradford Church-rate case. Load. 1849, 
8". Pam. V. 328. 



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EriePE (A) Tebatise of Oattes exacted by ordinaries and ccclesiaati- 
call judges, to answeve gcneralUe to all eucli articles or interrogato- 
ries as pleaseth them to propound. ... 56 p. 8", last leaves wanting. 
Pain. V. 600. 

Brief (A) Treatise on the Police of the City of New-York. By a 
Citizen. By Charles Christian. N.York, 1812. 33 p. 8". Pam. v. 
199. 

Brief van de Weleerwaarde Classis -van Aniatei-dam, aan de Weleer- 

waarde Vergaderinge van Predikauten en Ouderlingen der Her- 

formde Kerken in de Provincien van NieuwYork en Nieuw-Jersey. 

Nieuw-York : Gedrukt by John Holt. . .1772. iii, 5 p. 8°. 

-BaiEF View of the Policy and Resources of the United States ■ --By 

liob&rt Hare, MB. Philadelphia, 1810. 133 p. 8". Pam. v. 1. B. 0. 

Bbieven van Candidcs, hetreffende den schryver en inhoud van zeker 
geschrift, getiteld : Politiek Vertoog over her waar Systhema van 
de Stad Amsterdam.,.. ; benevens consideratien over den tegen- 
woordigen Oorlog, en't voorgevallene in de jaaren 1777 - 80. . . . 
*** Amsterdam, 4782, 83. 3 v. 8". 

BrigGS, C. F. , The Story of the Telegraph, and a history of the great 
Atlantic cable. . .and biographical sketches of tlie principal persona 
connected with the great work. By Charles P. Briggs and Augustus 
Maveriok... New-York, 1858. 12". 

BRi»as, Rev. George W. A Discourse, Autumnal Unitarian Conven- 
tion, Salem, Mass. Oct. 20, 1847. Boston, 1847. 8°. Pam. v. 105. 

Bright ( Edward), of Maiden. The True Portraiture of London. 

Newsp. V. 10. 

BriBHt, John M. Speech, .against Know-nothingism, at Flat Creek, 
Bedford Co. Nashville, Teiin. 1855. 32 p. 8". Pam. v. 527. 

EaiOHT, Jonathan B. The Brights of Suffolk, England; represented 
in America by the descendants of Henry Bright jr., who came to 
New-England in 1630 and settled in Watertown. Mass. Boston, 
1858. xvii, 345 p. 8\ 



Brind, George. The Philosophy of Vegetation .... with prescribed 
Rules for Practice on a variety of soils. .With original poetry. Al- 
bany, 1857. 39 p. 8". Pam. v. 255. 

Brine, John. An Antidote against a spreading antinomian principle. 
New edition. London, 1827. 40 p. 8". Pam. v. 305. 

" Brief von den Apos, Joannes. Amsterdam, 

Brink, R. A. ten. Een Christen. . .en een Gelovige. . ,En een levens- 
beschrijvinge . . .door C. Moltzev. Utrecet, 1784, 5. 2 v. in 1. 8°. 

Brinkman, Corn. Beknopte Opheldering van eenige plaatsen nit hot 
Nieuwe Testament. .Dordrecht, Utreclit, 1776 - 85. 5 parts in 2 v. 
8". — See also Ferre, H. 

Beinlet, Francis. Life of W. T. Porter. N.York, 1869. 273 p. 12". 

Brinton, Daniel G. Notes on the Floridian Peninsula ; its literary 

history, indian tribes and antiquities. Phil'a, 1859. 202 p. 12°. 



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Beisbane, William II. Slaveholclmg esamined in the light of tlie 
Holy Bible. New-Yoi'lt (1847) 18'. 

BRissoT-f DE Warville, J. P. The OoTumerce of America with Eu- 
rope, particularly with France and Great Britain, comparatively 
stated and explained ; Shewing the importance of the American 
revolution to the interests of France, and pointing out the actual 
situation of the United States of North America in regard to trade, 
manufactures and population. By J. P. Brissot de Warville and 
Etienne Olaviere. Translated from the last French edition, revised 
hy Bi'isaot, and called the second volume of his View of America. 
With the Life of Brissot, and an appendix, hy the translator. New- 
York, 1795. Portrait, ssxv, 228 p. 12°. 

Bristol {Eng.) Total-abstinence Society. Address Bristol, 

1838. 8". Pam. v. 291. 

Bristow, i?eu. T.8. Nonconformity recommended : A Discourse on 
the persecutions to which dissenting christians are esposed. .Liver- 
pool, 1817. 8". Pam. v. 320. 

BRiTisHt Almanac and Companion, for 1854 ~ 59. Lond. 6 v. 12°. 
— For 1833. Aim. v. 27. 

British American League. Minutes of the Proceeiiings of a Con- 
vention of the . . . held at Kingston (Canada West), 25th — 31st of 
July 1849. Kington, 1848. 8". Pam. v. 260. 

British and Foreign Anti-slaveky Society. 4th, 5th, 6th Annual 
Reports. London, 1843, 44, 45. In 1 v. 8". 

BRITISH+ AND Foreign Bible Society. Reports, 3d, 1807; 6tb, 
1810, to the 16th, 1820. 5 v.— 5th, 1809 ; 22d, 1826 ; 26th to the 
34th, 1830 - 38 ; 53d, 1857. 3 v. London. 8 v. 8". 

Catalogue of the Library. London, 1857. 329 p. 8". 

The Speech of Thomas Lister, esq Auxiliary British and 

Foreign Bible Society for the County of Stafl'ord. Stafford, 1812. 
8". Pam. V. 219. 

British ( The) and Foreign Medical Review, or Quarterly Journal 
of Practical Medicine and Surgery. Edited by John Forbes. , .and 
John ConoUy. Vol. 1 - 18. London, 1836 - 44. 18 v. 8". 

BRITISH+ AND Foreign Medico-Chirdrgioal Review or Quarterly 
Journal of Practical Medicine and Surgery. Vol. 14 - 23. July 
1854 - April 1859. London. 10 v. 8°. 

BaiTisH AND Foreign School Society. Report, July 2, 1818 ; with 
an appendix. London, 1818. 8". Pam. v. 216. ' 

British and Foreign Temperance Advocate and Herald. A 
monthly periodical. Vol. I, ii. Jan. 1834 - Juno 1835. London. 
1 V. 12". 

British and Foileign Temperance Society. 2(1 An. meeting, 1832. 
London. 44 p. 12°. Pam. v. 630. 

BiiiTisH Arco^ologtcal Association. Journal. March, 1844. Lon- 
don. 8°. Pam. V. 401. 

BeitishI Association for the Advancement op Science. Re- 
port of the 25th Meeting, .in Glasgow, 1855. London, 1856.— 27th 
Meeting, Dublin, 1857. London, 1858. 2 v. 8°. 



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Ekitish (The) Ckitic, a New Review. . .Vol. i, 1793 - Vol. 42, 1813. 
London, 42 v.— New series, 1814-18. London, 9 t.— G-eueral index. 
Vol. 1 - XX, 1804; Vol. xxi - xlii, 1815. In 1 v. 52 v. 8". 

British { The) Magazine, and Monthly Register of Eeligions and 
Ecclesiastical information, parochial history, and documents re- 
specting the state of the poor, progress of education, &c. Vol. i — 
XVIII. London, 1832 - 40. 18 v. 8". 

BEiTiSHt Museum. A Catalogue of the duplicate books, coins and 

medals which will be sold by auction .... March 6, 1788. — 

Catalogue of duplicates. . .sold. . .1818. — Catalogue of duplicates 
. .sold. .1832. London. 171, 115, 98 p. In 1 r. 8".— With prices 
for 1788. 

—_ — A List of the Books of reference in the reading-room of the 
British Museum. .London, 1859. xzsi, 413 p. 8°. 

Synopsis of the Contents, 49th edition. London, 1846. 178 p. 

— New reading-room and libraries, 1857. 16 p.— A Guide to the 
drawings and prints eshibited to the public. . .1856. 32 p. London, 
In 1 V. 12". 

List of the Brit. Museum publications. London. 8 p. — Prices 

of casts from ancient marbles, bronzes, etc. in the British Museum. 
London. 13 p. Pam. v. 470. 

Catalogns Biblioth. Regias. See George III. 

British Poets. Cabinet Edition of the British Poets .... London, 

Bohn, 1851. 4 v. 12". Contents : 

Vol. 1 : Milton, Cowper, Akenside, Goldsmith, Thomson, Psilooncr, Col- 
lins, Gray and Somerville. 

Vol. 2 : II.K.Whito, Burns, Beattic, Cray, Shenstonc, Butler's Iludibras 
and Byron's select works. 

Vol. 3 : n.JIore, Pope, Wiitta, Ilayley, Mason, Prior, Grahame, Logan. 

Vol. 4 ; Dryden, Lytlleton, Hammond, Charlotte Smith, Richardson, 
Bloomflcld, Gifford, Canning. 

Bbitish Society for promoting the religious principles of the Refor- 
mation. Tracts, N"' 1,7- 15, 17 - 21, 23. In 1 v. 18°. 



British Spirits. Comments upon the Evideii 

trade, given before the Comm. of the H. of Commons, upon 
and coffee planting. By a Scotchman. London, 1848. 82 p. 8". 
V. 415. 



British West India Colokies. An Abstract of the. . .statutes for 
the protection and goycrnment of slaves. London, 1830. 43 p. 8' 
Pam. V. 437. 

Brittan, 8. B. A Discourse on War. .Albany, 1847. 8". Pam. y. 28^ 
Britton, John. Westminster Palace. See Brayley, E. W. 
Broai> ( The) Gauge the bane of the Great Western Railway company 
. . .By £ s. d. 3d edition. London, 1846. 57 p. 8". Pam. v. 428. 



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Broad-street Baptist Church, Philadelphia. Report of the Board 
of Trustees, Jan. 30, 1854. Philadelphia, 1854. 8°. Pam. t. 231. 

Broadbukt, WiUiam. Sermon, Unitarian Chapel, London ; Rom. i, 
16. London, 1816. 8". Pam. V. 316. 

Beoadley, Thomas. An Essay on the iuternal evidence of the reli- 
gion of Moses... Cambridge, 1805. 68 p. 8". Pam. t. 335. 

Broadsheets of Trades, Museums, etc. See Newsp. v. 16. 

Broadside (A) into Parker and the Politicians. N" 1, 2. 1858. Al- 
hany. See Newsp. v. 16. 

Broadway Journal. — Period. Val. 1, N" 1, Jan. 4, 1845, to Vol. 
2,No 24,. Deo. 27, 184& : 0. >'. Briggs, E. A. Poe, H. C. Watson, 
Editors. New-Tork City. 2 v. in 1. 4°. Wants N" 8 in v. 1, and 
others in t. 2. 

Bkoadwat Uailway Assooiatiom. Petition and Remonstrance of 

J.Sharp (1854?). 43 p. 8". — Facta which were presented by 

citizens of N.T relative to. .. 4 p. 8". Pam. v. 544. 

Brock, Seu. William. A Biographical Sketch of Sir Henry Have- 
lock, K.C.B. New- York, 1858. 18^ 

Catalogue of Library of : . , .auction. Loud. 
-.94. 

Brockport Collegiate Institcte, N.Y. Catalogue, 1853. Buffalo, 
1854. 8". Pam. V. 212. 

Brodbelt, Rev. George 0. Original Essays on miscellaneous sub- 
jects in religion. London, 1796. xvi, 119 p. 8^ Pam. t. 338. 

BEODHEADt, John Romeyn. History of the State of New- York, 1609 
- 64. 2d edition. New'- York, 1859. 801 p. 8°. 

Addresses of John Romeyn Brodhead, esq., and .... Governor 

Horatio Seymonr, delivered before the Clinton Hall Association and 
Mercantile Library Association. . .in commemoration of the removal 

, of the library to Astor Place. New- York, 1854. 8°. Pam. v. 100. 

Brodie ( B. C), V.P.R.S. Pathological and Surgical Observations on 
the diseases of the joints. Washington, 1834. 8". Pam, v. 210. imp. 

BaoECKE, Pieter van den. Korte Historiael ende Journaelache Aen- 
teyckeninghe, van al'tgheen merckwaerdick voorgevallen is in de 
langhduerighe reysen, soo nac Cabo Verde, Angola. . .Oost Indien 
... . Haerlem, 1634. x, 163 p. oh. 8°. 

Brogsave, Rohert. Sermon, Hampton Court, May 12, 1689 : Malt. 

■ V, 69. London. 4°. Pain. v. 301. 

Bromwell, William J. History of Immigration to the United States, 
exhibiting the number, . . .of passengers arriving. . . .from Sep. 30, 
1819, to Dec. 31, 1855. Compiled entirely from official data. With 
. . .progress. . .of immigration. . .prior to 1819 ; and an appendix, 
containing the naturalization and passenger laws . . Redfield, New- 
York, 1856. 8". 

Brondstbd, P, 0- A Brief Description of thirty-two Ancient Greek 
painted vases, lately found. . .at Vulci in the Roman territory, by 
Mr. Campanari. . .London, 1832. 104 p. 8^ Pam. v, 401. 

Eeont^, Charlotte. Jane Eyre ; An Autoliiography. Edited by Currer 
Bell. New-Yort,1857. 12°. 



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Ee,0ST]5, Charlotte : 

Shirley : A Tale. Ry Currov Bell. New-York, 1850. 8^ 

RrOok, Benjamin. The Lives of the Puritans ; containing a Biogra- 
phical Account of those divines who distinguished themselves in the 
cause of religious liberty from the reformation under Queen Eliza- 
beth, to the act of uniformity in 1662. London, 1813. 3 v. 8". 

Brooke, Edward. Bibliotheca Legum Augliae. Part ii. See Worrall, J. 

.BROOKEt, Sir Jamea. A Vindication of his character and proceedings, 
in reply.' . . .to J. Hume, esq. London, 1853. 64 p. Pam. v. 434. 

Brookes ( E.), M-D. The General Gazetteer, or Compendious Geo- 
graphical Dictionary. . , . containing a description of. . . .the known 

world remarkable places, . .as also the sieges undergone, and 

the battles fought near them. . .*** 5th edition. London, 1782. 8\ 

BR0OKLINE+, Mass. By-laws, 1847- Boston, 1855. — List of Taxes 
assessed for.... 1855, 57. Boston, 1856, 58. 31, 35 p. 8".— Trea- 
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Buckle, Henry T. History of Civilization in England. Vol. r. Second 
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Bdokler (Benjamin). D.D. Religion and Learning, a Sermon : Eph. 
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BucKtBT, J. W. Thanksgiving Sermon : Ps. Isvi, 8 ; with thanks- 
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BncKXiET, Mrs- Maria L. Amanda Willson ; or the Vicissitudes of 
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EuCQiTET, Paul. Tableau de la Situation morale et materielle en France 
dea jeunes dfetenua et dea jeunea liheres, et Recherches statistiques 
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Societes de jeunes detenus. Paris, 1853. 78 p. 4°. 

BuDDiNQH, D. Jaerboekje voor Hooger, Middelbaar en Lager Onder- 
wijs, mede ten nutte van bet Onderwijzera-genootschap. 4^ jaargang. 
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De Eerk, School en Wetenschap in de Vereenigde Staten van 

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BuDiK, p. A. Vorbereitutigs stud leu fiir den angetendea Bitliotlickar. 

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BuDTNGTON, Rev. Wm. I. Tlie History of tte First Churoli, Charles- 
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BuELL ( Samuel ), D.D. An Account of the late Success of the Gospel 
in the Province of New- York, North- Am erica ; contained in letters 
from the Rev. Messrs. Buell, Hazard and Prime. Coventry, 1765, 

■ 16 p. 8". 

Sermon, Death of Rev. Charles J. Smith, at Eastliampton, L.I. 

1770 -. Ez. x, 10 - 13. New-London, T. Green, viii, 42 p. 8°. imp. 
Pam. v. 554. 

BuFFALot. Eevised Charter. Buffalo, 1853. 63 p. Pam. v. 474. 

: By-laws and Ordinances. Buffalo, 1855. 77 p. Pam. v. 474. 

: EnuOATioN. 3d - 10th, 14th, 18th, 20th - 22d Ann. Reports 

of the Superintendent of Comm. Schools, 1840 — 59. Buffalo. Pam. 
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i 1st Eeport, for 1858. Buffalo, 1859. Pam. 

: Report of the Harbor Committee, in relation to an increase of 

harhor facilities. . . Buffalo, 1847. 54 p. Para. v. 475. 

: Health. Board of Health ; Sanitary reports .... for 1854, 

Buffalo, 1855. 57 p. Pam. v. 501. 

: Hospital. Report of the Select Committee. . . of the Marine 

Hospital lot. Buffalo, 1836. Pam. v. 474. 

: Internatioaal Bridge, Report of the Committee of the Common 

Council upon. Buffalo, 1858. 25 p. 8°. Pam. v. 493. 

: Message of theMayor[T.T.Lockwood}, 1859. 8". Pam.v.474. 

: Annual Statement. , 1 of receipts and expenditures for 1854, 55. 

Buffalo, 1855, 56. 51, 97 p. Pam. v. 225, 474. 

: Waterworks Company. Buffalo, 1853. Pam. v. 236. 

!ul]. New- York, May 8, 1857. 9 p. 12". 

Buffalo and Mississippi Raileoab Company, arid Elkhart and 
Michigan R.R. Company. Acts of incorporation- Springfield, 1849. 



Buffalo and Pi'I'tsbukqe Bailboad Company : Charter, etc- Buf- 
falo, 1853. 8".— Appeal, Buffalo, Jan. 30, 1854. 12".— Reports of 
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V. 544. 

Buffalo Association for the Relief of the Poor. Address, 
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Edppalo Board op Teade, Fiftt Annual Statement of the trade 
and oommeree of Buffalo for the year 1856. — Sixth Statement. . . 
for 1857. ByJohn J. Henderson, Sec'y. Buffalo, 1857, 58. 30, 52 
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Buffalo Commekcial Advertiser. Annual Review of the Trade 
and Commerce of Buffalo... for 1856. — Twentieth, Twenty-flrst 
Annual Statementfor 1857, 58. Buffalo, 1857, 68, 59. 30,40,44p. 
8". Para. V. 475. 

n 1859. Buffalo, E. R. Jewett, 

BtTPFALO, Corning and New-York Railroad Company. State- 
ment. N.Y. 1852. 8". Pam. v. 544. 

Buffalo Daily Reptjrlic. Annual Review of the trade, commerce 
and manufactures of Buffalo for 1854, By David Wentworth. Buf- 
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BuFFALot Directories. A Directory for the Village of Buffalo, con- 
taining the names and residence of the heads of families and house- 
hplders in said riUage on the first of Jan, 1828. To whioh is added 
a sketch of the history of the village from 1801 to 1828. Buffalo, 
Pub. by L. P. Crary, 1828. 55 p. 18". 

The Commercial Advertiser Directory for the City of Buffalo. 

Buffalo, Thomas & Lathrops, 1855, 56, 67, 58. 4 v. 8". 

BuFTALO Female Academy. Circular and Catalogue, 1852, 53, 56, 
57, 58. Pam. V. 459,— Proceedings 1st Annual Commencement, 
July 1852. Buffalo. Pam, V. 217. 

Buffalo G-as Light Company. Rules and Regulations for the in- 
troduction of gas . .Buffalo, 1848 ; Buffalo, 1852 : — Revised, 1855. 
Buffalo, 1855. Pam. v. 474, 

Buffalo' Genbilal Hospital. Articles of Association, 1855. Buf- 
falo, 1856.— Dedicatory exercises. .Buffalo,,1858. 8°. Pam. V. 506. 

Buffalo Horticultural Society. Constitution, Exhibition, 1845. 
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Buffalo Juvenile. Asylum. Act to incorporate, .Buffalo, 1856, 8". 
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Report, 1843, 53 .- 4, 54 - 5. Buffalo, 

Buffalo Presbttbry. Alleged Relations of the American 3oard 
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tery. Buffalo, 1845. 32 p. 12". Pam. v. 626. 

Buffalo Trust Company. Charter and By-laws. ,. .Buffalo, 1852. 
8^ Pam. V. 474. 

Buffalo, Warren and St. Louis Railroad, Preliminary Eeport, 
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BuFFON (Georges Louis Leclerc, Comte de), and L. J. M. Daubenton 
, . , Histoire naturelie, g^n^rale et partieuliere, ayec la Description 
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Thfiorle de la Terro. V. 1, 2, and Supp. y. 1, 2 & 5 (1774, 75, 78). 
Descriptions anatomiques, par .Daulienton: Ilistoire de I'Homme. 1750. 

V.3. 
Deaoription dtt Cabinet du Eoi : Quadrup^dcs. 1753-67. V.4-15 
SupplSmenta, 1777, 82. V. 4 & 6. 
Ilistoire naturelle des Oiseaux, 1770 - 81. V, 16 - 23 (v. 1 - 8). 

The Natural History of Oviparous Quaclrupecls and SerpeEts. 

Arranged ajid pnblished from the papers and collections of the Count 

de Buffon, by the Count De La Cepede .... In four volumes .... 

Translated by Robert Kerr . , . Edinburgh, 1802. 4 v. 8". 
BuGG, G. Farewell Sermon, Lutterworth, Deo- 30, 1818 ; Dismissal 

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Builders' Association. Statement of the Master Builders of the 

metropolis. , .on the subject of the Trades' Unions. London, 1834. 

16 p. 8". Pam. v. 429. 
Building Societt of the District of Daliionsie : Prospectus. Bytown, 

Canada. 1848. 85.8°. Pam. v. 520. 
Buis, S. See Maataehappij, 'Tot nut, etc. 
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With, Tract oa Temperance in Bulgarian. Smyrna. 12". 
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BULKEIEY, Gershom. The People's Bight to eleotion or alteration of 
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Observations upon Natural Eeligion and Christianity, candidly 

proposed in a review of the discourses lately published by the Bishop 
of London. London, 1757. 9S p. 8". Pam. v. 337. 

Bulletin du Bibliophile, publie par J. Techener ; avcc Notes de 

MM Brunet, Chalon, Delmotte, Daplessis , . , Et Notices biblio- 

grapMques, philologiques et litt^raires, par Ch.Nodier(et P.Paris).- 
1834 - 35, V^ s^rie, 1 v.; 1836 - 37, 2'"^ S^rie, 1 v.; 1838 - 39, 8-"" 
serie, Iv.; 1840 -41, 4"= s^rie, 1 v.; 1842, 5™" serie, 1 v.; 1843, 
44, &"•' serie, 1 v.; 1845, 46, 7"" s6rie, 1 v.; 1847, 48, 8'°« s.5rie, 1 
v.— 10"" s6rie, 1852. Paris, 1834 - 48, 52. Bound in 12 v. 8". 



G-reek Grammar, No title page. 12". 

Progressive Exercises in analysis and parsing. N.T. 1852. 18". 

Bullock, Ren. Thomas. [Writings collected] in 1 v. 8°. Contents : 

The reasoning of Christ and hisapostles vindicated; in two parts ; I. Bs- 
inga defenceof the argument from miracles.. .11 ; .. from Prophecy 
... .in answer to. . . . the scheme of literal propliocy. London, 1728. 
288 p. 

Jesus Christ the Prophet whom Moses foretold; a Sermon at Norwich, 
London, 1724. 

The Gospel a reinforcement of the law of nature; a Sermon .... with a 

treface .in answer to. Christianity as old as Creation. London, 
730. XXXV, 24 p. 
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BuLLOCKt ( W.) jun. Description of the Panorama of the superli City 
of Mexico, and the surrounding scenery. Paiated. . -by R- Burford, 
esq. Mexico, '1830. 8". Pam. V. 103. 

BULMEB, Agnes. Memoirs of Mrs. Elizabeth Mortimer, with selectiona 
from her correspondence. . ,*** New-York. .1836. 287 p. 18°. Re- 
print. 

Bui.MEE, John. A Concise Statement of the nature, design, qualifica- 
tions for memhership and proper government of a christian church 
. . .of the Independent denomination. Haverfordwest, 1813. 27 p. 
8^ Pam. V. 303. 

EuLTEEL, H. B. A Reply to Dr. Burton's remarks upon a sermo 
Oxford, 1831. 56 p. 8". Pam. t. 305. 

Bttlweb LyttonI, Sir Edward. Letter to a Lato Cabinet Minister 
on the present crisis . . To which is added a Letter from Lord Broug' 
ham to Mr. Bulwer.*** 9th edition. London, 1834. 108 p. " 
V.415. 

International Copyright ; Speech, 1851. See Bohn, H. 

Extracts from. . Confess ions and Observations of a water patient, 

in a letter to the New Monthly Magazine. To which is appended 
description of the Orange Mountain water-cnre. Esses Co. N.J. 8". 
Pam. V. 266. 

BuLWEat, SirH. L. Speech. ..on the occasion of the fSte of the 

anniversary of H. Majesty's birthday. Constantinople, 1859. 23 p, 
8°. Pam. v. 522. 

BuMPSTEAD'e ( Mr. J. F.) Defence of his school-books, in reply to Mi 
8. S. Gtreene. Boston, 1845. 8 p. 8". Pam. v. 513. 

BuNATT, Comte Henri, Catalogus Eibliothecas Bunavianse. Tomus i, 
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1750, 53. 1000, 638 p. and index to v. 2. 2 v. 4°. 

Bundel yan Godgeleerde Ondheid, Geschied- en Letterknndige Oef- 

: uitgelezene stoffen door verscheidene geleerde 

■ ■ 2(i edition. Amsterdam, 1757 - 63. VI v. 18= 
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BuNGATt, George W. Pen and Ink Portraits of Senators, Assembly- 
men, and State Officers of the State of New-York. . .Albany, 1857. 
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BuHKLET, Josephine M. Miss Eunkley's Book. The Testimony of an 
escaped novice from the Sisterhood of St. Joseph, Emmotsburg, Mary- 
land. . .New- York. .1855. 12". 

BuNSEN, Christian Charles Josias. Outlines of the Philosophy of 
Universal History, applied to language and religion. London, 1854, 
2 V. 8°. 

e Catalogue of. Albany, 1855. 38 p. 

ETmcH, Thomas. The Free Grace of God displayed in the salvation 

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BuBCHARD, Charles. A Statement of Pacta in relation to the'caae of 
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BuEDELL, John. Tohacco : Its Use and Atuse. 111. with cngravingB 
. . .New-Yoi-k, 1848, ^9 p. 12". Aim. v. 28. 

Buai>EB+, Eev. George. , The Welch Indians ; or, A Collection of 
papers respecting a people whose ancestors emigrated from Wales to 

America, in the year 1170, with Prince Madoc London, 1797. 

35 p. 8". 

BtmnEB, Eev. George. A Letter to J. Stoiiard, Chairman of the High' 
waj Society, on ike annual toast- London, 1810. 8 p. 12". Pam. i 
027. 

BuEDER, Henry P. The Reformation Commemoratecl, A Discourse 
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BCEDiCK.Eei'. O.P. The Scholar for the Times : An Address, Bakers- 
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BuEEt, G. F- de. Bibliographie Instructive ; ou Traits de la Connaia- 
sance des Livrea rares et singuliers. Contenant nn Catalogue rai- 
sonn6 de la plus grande partie de cea livres precieux qui ont paru 
Buccessivement dans la repuhlique des lettres. . . A Paris, 1763-69. 
9 V. 8°. Contents : 

YOL. I, Thfiologie; Yol. ii. Jurisprudence, Sciences et Arts; Yol. ill, rv, 
Bcllcs-Lettres; Vol. v, vi, vii, Ilistoire, Tabledes auteurs; Yol.viii, 
IS, Le Supplement, ou le Catalogue des livres du Cabinet du feu M. 
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Catalogues. See GouUard, M-; Perrot, M. 

BuRE, J. J. et M. J. de, frores. Catalogue des Livres faiaant partie du 
fonds de librairie de. . . Vente a Paris. . .1834. 200 p. 8". Cat. v- 2. 

Catalogue edited, 1817. See M'Carthy-Eeagh. 

BuEEAU DES Longitudes. Anauaire pour I'An 1826 - 1353, 1857. 

Publie par le Bureau dea Longitudes Paris, 1824 - 1852, 54. 

29 y. IS". 

BuRFORDt, Robert. Description of a View of Borne, ancient and mo- 
dern ; Panorama, New-York. Painted by. .. .New-York, 1840. 8°. 
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Panorama of Mexico. See Bullock, W. 

BuEGE, W. Jamaica. Speech of. . .against the Bill. . -to make tempo- 
rary provision for the government of Jamaica. London, 1839. 89 p. 
8". Pam. v-438. — Another speech. See Barrett. 

BuEOES, Bartliolomew. A Series of Indostan Letters by Bar" Burgos, 
containing a striking account of the manners and customs of the 
Gentoo Nations. . . .with other polemical Kaat India Tracts. . , .N. 
York, printed and published for the author by W. Ross [1790]. 18°. 

BuROES, Reo. George. An Address to the Rt. Rev. E. Stanley. Lon- 
don, 1838. 86 p. 8". Pam. v. 327. 

Address, American Institute, New-York, 

— Speech, U.S- H. of R., on S. Houston's assault of W. Stanberry, 
May 1832. 8". Pam. v. 193. 



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BUROEB, Triatam : 

The Valley of Alvarado, or the Spy of Tenifessee : A Legend of 

Mexico, A poem. Providence, JJ.J., 184T- 25 p. 8". 

Burgess ( Bp. Ueorge), D.D, A Sermon, Oct. 28, 1853, at the Con- 
secration of the Rev. W- Ingraham Kip, D.D., as Missionary Bishop 
of California. Albany, 1853. Pam. v. 202, 288. 

A Charge Delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of Maine, at 

the annual convention, .Portland, 1853. Augusta, Me- 1853. Pam. 
V 203. 

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Burgess, £p. Thomas, [ Writings collected ] in 1 v. 8°. Contents : 

Sermon, Sons of the Clei^y, Durham, 1802 : 1 Tim. vi, 17, 18. 

Christ, and not Peter, the Rock... St. Paul founder of the Church in Bri- 
tain. A Letter. ..Carmarthen, 1812. 69 p. 

A Second Letter. . . .on the independence of the ancient British church. . . 
Oarmarthon, 1812. 67 p. 

First Seven Epochs of the Ancient British Church : A Sermon, July 1812. 
London, 1813. 

A Shoi-t Catechism on the duty of conforming to the Established Church. 
Cth edition. 1814. 

English Eeformation and Papal Schism. ... in a letter .... on Mr. Wix's 
Plan of Union .... London, 1819. sxviii, 63 p. 

BuRGn, William. A Scriptural Confutation of the Arguments against 
the one Godhead of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost, produced by 
the llev. Mr. Lindsey. 2d edition. York, 1775. 245 p. 8". Pam. v. 
311. 

BuBGOYNEt, Gen. Sir John. The Substance of General Burgoyne's 
Speeches on Mr. Vyner'a motion, on the 26th of May 1778; and 
upon Mr. Hartley's motion on the 28th of May 1778. With an ap- 
pendix containing General Washington's letter to Burgoyne, &c. 
London, Almon, 1778. 48 p. 8°. 

BuBKEt, ^danus. Considerations upon the Cincinnati, 1784. Trans. 
See Mirabeau, H. G. E. Cat. 1855. 

BTJEKEt, Edmund. Works. "Vol. 5, 6. London, Bohn, 1855, 56. 2 v. 

12-. 
[ ]. An Account of the European Settlements in America. In sis 

parts. . .Vol. II. London, 1757. 1 v. 8". 

— — Speech .... on American Taxation, April 19, 1774. 2d edition. 
London, 1775. 96 p. 8-. 

. Speech, H. of Commons, Feb. 11, 1780, for the better security 

of the independence of Parliament, &c. 4th edition. London, 1780. 
8°. Pam. V. 440. 

A Representation to His Majesty, moved in the H. of Commons 

by E. Burke .... 1784. With a preface and notes. A new edition. 
London, 1785. 81 p. 8°. Pam. v. 432. 

[ ]- An Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs, in consequence 

of some late diseussions in Parliament relative to the Reflections on 
the French Revolution. London, 1791. 143 p. Pam. v. 220.— 3d 
edition. 1791. Pam. v. 411. 



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■ ■■ — Two Letters on the Conduct of our Domestic Parties with re- 
gard to French politicks [to the Duke of Bedford, 1793, and to 

, esq., 1795] ; including observations on the oondiict of the 

minority in the session of 1793 . . . [ With a preface by the editor.] 
London, 1797. Isxii, 127 p. 8°. Pam. v. 416. . 

Letter,. .to Sir H. Langrishe. . .or 

Catholics of Ireland. . .London, 1792. 

[ ]. See Great Brit. Pari. Pap., East India. 9th & 11th Reports. 

Btjrke, Sir ( John) Bernard. The Book of Orders of Knighthood and 
decorations of honor of all nations, comprising an historical account 
of each order, military, nava! and civil, from the earliest to the 
present time. With lists of the knights and companious of each 
British order. . . .London, Hurst & Elackett, 1858. 411 p. and 100 
plates. 8°. _ - 

BuRKEt, J., and Sir ( John) Bernard, The Royal Families of Eng- 
land, Scotland and Wales, with their descendants, families and sub- 
jects...*** London .. 1848. 2 v. roy. 8v. 

Bdbkb (William), M.D. The Virginia Mineral Springs, with remarks 
on their use. . .2d edition, enlarged.**** Richmond, Va. 1853. 12°. 

BuRKiTT, Eev. Wm. The Poor Man's Help and Yoimg Man's Guide. 
Albany, 1804. 204 p. 12°. Eepr. 

BuRLiNGAME, Anson. Address upon the Life and Character of Wa- 
shington. . .Detroit, 1843. 25p.l8''. Pam.v.494. 

Burn, Maj- Gen. Andrew. Eesurreetion of the Two Witnesses, exhi- 
bited in the formation and great success of the B. & F. Bib. Society. 
London, 1812. imp. Pam. v. 383. 

BuEKt, Jacob Henry. A Descriptive Catalogue of the London Traders, 

Tavern and Coffee-house tokens, current in the seventeenth century ; 

presented to the Corporation Library by Henry B. H. Beaufoy, 2d 

edition. 1855. 8°. 
BURNABYt (Andrew), D.D. Sermon at Greenwich, Thanksgiving, July 

29, 1784 : Ps. xxxiv, 14. London, i". Pam. v. 1008. 
Bdrnap, G.W. Life of L.Calvert. See Sparks' Am. Biog. t. 19. 
BtTRNETt, Bishop Gilbert. [A Collection' of Sermons of,] in 1 v. 4°. 

Contents : 

The Royal Martyr lamented, Jan. 30, 1675, London. 2d edition. 

The Dutiful Subject : liom. siii, 6. London, 1074. 

Sermon, Jan. 30, 168L : Zach. \m, 19. London. 

?aflt-day Sermon, Dec. 22, 1680 ; Rev. iii, 2, 3. London, 1681. 

Exhortation to Peace, Sept. 29, 1681 : Matt, xii, 25. London. 

Sermon, Nov. 5, 1684 : Pa. xxii, 21. London. 

Sermon before Prince of Orange, Deo. 23, 1Q88. London, 1C89. 

Sermon, Thanksgiving, Jan. 31, 1688 : Ps. csliv, 15. 

Coronation Sermon, Aprjl 11, 1689 : 2 Sam. xsiii, 3, 4. 

Sermon, Westminster Abbey, Nov. 5, 1689 : Mic. vi, 5. 

Fast-day Sermon, Mar. 12, 1690 : Lu. xix, 41, 42. 

Lent Sermon, Mar. 11, 1694 : 1 Cor. i, 23. 

Sarmon, Funeral of Archbishoi> Tillotaon : 2 Tiin,. iv, 7. London, 1694. 



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Burnet, Bishop Gilbert ; 

Sermon, Christmas day, before the King. 1696. 

Sermon, Sahabury, June 27, 1706 : Thanks for victories. 

Sermon before the Queen, Thanksgiying, Dec. 31, 1706. 

Sermon, Salisbury, May 29, 1710 : Matt, xxii, 21. London. 

Two Sermons, Not. 5, Not. 7, 1710 : Treason and Thanksgiving days. 
London. 

Sermon before the King, Oct. 31, 1714 : Ps. x, 10, 11. 

Speech, H. of Lords, on the first article of the Impeachment of Dr. Sache- 
Terell. London, 1710. 

An Answer to Mr. Law's Letter to the Bishop of Bangor, in a Letter to 
Mr. Law. London, 1717- 48 p. 
BuRNEX ( Thomas), S.D. The Judgment of Dr. Thomas Bnrnet. . . . 

concerning the Trinity and. . .of S. Clarke. . .concerning. , .CkHst. 

With a preface concerning Mr. Locke, Sir I. Newton and Mr. WoUa- 

ston. London, 1732. xs, 43 p. 8°. Pam. v. 312. 
BuENETT ( Thomas), LL.D. The Sacred Theory of the Earth, in which 

are set forth the wisdom of God . .until the destruction of the world 

by fire. . -London, 1816. 716 p. & plates. 4°. 
BuENETT, SirWitt. A Treatise on Chloride of Lime, its economic and 

sanitary relatione. . .Lowell, Mass. 1851. 12 p. 8". Pam. v. 235. 
Burnet, Charles Parr. Sermon, Consecration, of E. Legge, March 24, 

1816. London. 4". Pam. v. 1009. 
BuRNLET, Wm. H. Opinions on Slavery and Emancipation in 1823. . 

with additional observations applicable to Hon. E. G-. Stanley's plan 

for the extinction of slavery. London, 1833. Iv, 44 p. 8°. ram. v. 

438. 
BuENOUP, B. Catalogue des Livres imprimes et mannscrits, compo- 

sant la bibliothoque de feu. .Vente, 5 Dec. 1854. Paris. 358 p. 8". 



[ Btjre, Rev. Aaron]. See Supreme Deity of Christ, 1757: 

BuEE, David H. Guide to Burr's Map Of New-York, .for 1834. New- 
York, J. II. Colton. With map. 18°. 

BUKR, S. J. The Life and Times of William Henry Harrison.*** 8th 
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Burr Seminary, Manchester, Vt. Catalogue, 1851, 56. Cat. v. 458. 

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BuRRiTT (Elijah H.), .d.M. Atlas designed to illustrate the geogra- 
phy of the heavens ; comprising , . . maps , . . (8). New- York ( Hart- 
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Etjerougii, E. A Declaration of the sad and great persecution and 
martyrdom of the, people of God, called Quakers, in New-England, 
for the worshipping of God. . . .Also, some considerations presented 
■ to the King, which is in answer to a petition .... subscribed by J. 
Endicot...*** London (1660). 32p.sm.4''. 

BuBROUQH ( Rev. Henry), LL.D. Lectures on the Charch Catechism, 
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BuEROUGHst, Stephen. Memoirs of Stephen Burrongha, iy himself. 
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Btng, John, A Letter to a Member of Parliament in the country, 
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Speech, U.S. Sen., on his Resolutions la reference to the War 

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Calm (A) Statement of the Catholic Question. . . .By a clergyman. . . . 
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Calthrop, S.K. a Lecture on Physical Development, and its rela- 
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Calvebt (Frederick), Lord Baltimore. CteleateB et Infcri, Auctote 
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Cambridge Bssats ; Contributed by members of the University. 1855. 
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Moli&re. By C.K.Watson, MIA. 

The English Language in America. By C. A.Eriated, B.A. 

Modern Gec^raphy. By F. Gallon, M.A. 

Limitations to severity in war. By Charl&s Buxton, M.P, M.A. 

On tho transmutation of matter. By G. D. Livoing, M.A. 

The Relations of Novels to life. By Fitzjames Stephen, B.A. 

Prospects of the British Navy. By R.l. Hughes, M.A. 

S.'omiy son's Poems. By G. Brimley, M.A. 

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Poll on the Election of High Steward, 1840. 51 p.— Poll for-the 

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CAMDENt and Ambot Railroad. Accounts and Papers relating to 

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25. Promptorium Parvulorum, Galfrido : Vol.1. A.Wayed. 

26. Letters . . Suppression of the Monasteries. T. Wright cd. -Ec. C. 

27. E. Dudley, B. of Leycester, Correspondence. J. Bruce od. ie. B. 

28. Croniques de London. G. J. Aungier ed. £H. C. 

29. Polydorc Vergil's English History Sfr H. Ellis ed. 

30. The Thornton Romances. J.O. IlalUwell ed. Po. C. 

31. Verney's Notes of the Long Parliament. J. Druce ed. Fu. B. 

32. Sir J. Eramstonc's Autobiography. T. W.Bramston ed. Bio. D. 

33. Earl of Perth's Correspondence. W. Jerdan ed. Le. C. 

34. De Antiquis Legibus liber. T. Stapleton ed. Hi. A. 
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36. Polydore Vergil's English History : T.l. Sir H. Ellis ed. 

37. Italian Relation of England, 1500. C. A. Sneyd ed. Mi. M. 

38. Church of Middleham. W. AtthiU ed. Ec. C. 

39. The Camden Miscellany : Vol.1. Mi. A. 

40. Life of Lord Grey of Wilton. Sir P. de M. G. Egertoii ed. .Bio. A. 

41. Walter Yonge's Diary. G. Roberts ed. Bio. B. 
42- Henry Machyn's Diary. J, Q. Nichols ed. Bio. A. 

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A Warning Voice to the cotton and tobacco-planters, farmers and mor- 

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Essays tending to prove the ruinous effjcts of the policy of the U: States 

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Cursory Views of the liberal and restrictiro systems of politii'al economy 

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Pilgrims...paintedhy T.Stothard. London, 181J8. 77 p. 18'. Pam. 

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ne'auoi viaggi, si dell'Indie occidentali, e orientall, come d'altri 

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williani, in reply to his Lordship's two letters. London, 1795. 8". 

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CAROLiNEf Almanack and American Freeman's Chronicle for 

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Vegetable Physiology and Systematic Botany. .. .Edited by B. 
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. .New edition ; partly re-written. London, 

CaRPZOVidS, p. B. Bibliotbeca Carpzoviana, sive Catalogus Libro- 
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CiRRt ( Prof. Bara S.), M.D. An Inaugnral Address before the 

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An Address, Wisconsin Pioneers' Association, June 17, 1857. 

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Caer, George. Sermon, Victory at Culloden : Eccl. vii, 14. Edin- 
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OakratjDjZ. Maurice, oule Travail; livre de lecture courante i I'Esage 
des 6coles primaircs. Paris, 1858. 224 p. 12". 

La Petite Jeanne, on le Devoir; livre de lecture courante 

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CarrelI, Armand. History of the Counter-B evolution in England, for 
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CABREaA, Pietro. A Treatise on the Game of Chess, . .To which are 
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of the most celebrated chess-players of his time. Trans, from the 
Italian, with additional notes and remarks, by W. Lewis. .London, 
1822. 300 p. 8". 

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Carroll, Anna Ella. The Star of the West ; or National men and 
National measures...*** 3d edition, revised. . .New- York, Miller, 
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Carroll {C.H.), of N.Y. Speech, U.S. H. of R., Feb. 22, 1847, on 
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tracts from his corresp on donee. 2d edition. London, Bohn, 1857. 
12°. 

OaRson, Alexander. The Truth of the Gospel demonstrated from the 
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Cartas EepANOLAS 6 La Eevista Semanal. Set. 27. Madrid, 1832. 
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Oabte, Thomas. The Life of James, Bake of Ormond ; containing 
an account of the most remarkahle affairs of his time, and particu- 
larly of Ireland under his government ; with an appendix and a 
collection of letters, serving to Yerify the moat material facts in the 
said] history. A new edition, carefully compared with the original 
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Oartbb, James. A Lecture an the Primitive State of Man. . . .Lon- 
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Cabteb (R.) & BaoTBBas. Catalogue. New- York, 1858. 12". Pam. 

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the cure of all nervous and putrid disorders. . . .Frankfort (Ken.), 

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de Marseille, publi6 par M. Gu^rard. T, r, ii. Paris, 1857. See 

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Case ( The) and Claim of the American loyalists impartially stated 
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Case of Abraham and Melchisedek. See [Sherlock, T.]. 

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V. 445. 

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Case ( The) of the Church of England. Prom Eraser's Magazine, Ee'b. 
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Speech, U.S. Sen. : War with Mexico, Jan. 3, 1848. Pam. v. 486. 



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the answer of the English. . .London, 1664. iv, 75 p. sm. 4°. "" 



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CATTILLOst. CatvUvs; TibvUus; Proportivs. Venotiis in aedibvs Aldi 

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portraits. London, 1814. 163 p. 8°. 

The High Court of Justice ; comprising memoirs of the principal 

Eersona who sat in judgment on King Charles the First, and signed 
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1820. 112 p. roy. 8°. 
Causa Dei Contea Novatokes; or God ever present with, God ever 

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Londou, 1747. 81 p. 8". Pam. v. 341. 
Causes { The) of the Present Distractions in America explained : in 

two letters to a merchant in London. EyP B . Sir Francis 

Bernard ? Printed in the year 1774. 16 p. 8°. 
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42-60pLf. 

[ Cave ( William), D.D-]- A Discourse concerning the Unity of the 
Catholic Church maintained in the Church of England. London, 
1684. 57 p. 8°. Pam. v. 356. 

CAVENDiSHt, Tho. Joumalen van drie Voyajien, te weten : 1, Van 
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Draeck, ende Heer Jan Haukeins, . -in den jare 1593. . .Nassausche 
Vloot ; 3, Oftc Boschryvinge van de voyagie .... van den Adm. 
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Sermon, Soe. for Missions to Africa and tte East : J*, xl, 3. . 

Also, the Report . . . London, 1803. 8". Pam. v. 384. 

A Ftieudlj Visit to the House of Mourning. London, 182' 

60 p. 18". Pam. v. 339. 

Cedar Valley Times. Ap. 29, 1858 ; Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Newsp, 

v. 16. 
Centbnaet College op Louisiana. Catalogue, 1847. Clinton, 

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Central Association in aid of Soldiers' wives and families. 1st 

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. Central Military Tract Railboab Company Report, Juno 

1856. Chicago. 8". Pam. v. 283. 
Century Club. Twelfth- Night at the Century Cluh, January 6, 1858. 

By G. C. Verplanck? New-York, 1858. 93 p. sm. 4". 
Cespedes, Andrea Garcia de, Regimionto de Navogacion mando haser 

el Rei nuestro seiior. Por orden de bu, conseijo real de las Indias 

a Andres G-arcia de Cespedes, su cosmografo maior, aiendo Presi- 

dcDte e nel dieho conseijo, el Conde de Lemos. Madrid, 1606. x, 

184 leaves, f . 
CfeZAS, M- De. Mannel Anti-syphilitiqoe ; ou Easai sur ies Maladies 

veneriennes A Londres, et se trouve a. Paris, 1774. 18". 

Manuel Anti-syphilitiquo A G«n6ve. .1789. 18°. 

Chalcographimania ; or, the Portrait- collect or and Print-seller's 

Chronicle, with infatuations of every description : A humorous 
poem. By Satirious Sonlptor, esq.*** By William H. Ireland and 
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Chalkley, Thomas. A Collection of the Works of ; Vol. i, The 
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Chalt.oner ( Richard ), D.D. The Touchstone of the New Religion ; 
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CHALMERst (Thomas), D.D. Sermon at Glasgow, the day of the Fu- 
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'■ The Importance of Civil Government to Society. . . . Glasgow, 

1820. Pam. V. 288. 

Speech. . . .Gen. Asaem. Church of Scotland, explanatory of the 

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The Eifect of Man's Wrath in the agitation of religious contro- 
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Remarks on. tlie Right Exercise of Clnirch patronage. Glasgow. 

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Chambers, E. CjclopEcdia ; or An Universal Dictionary of Arts and 
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Abraham Rees, D.D. London, 1784 - 86. 4 v. text, 1 v. index and 
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Chambees, George. A Tribute to tho Principles, virtues, habits and 
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€hambeks. Sir Robert. Catalogue of the Sanskrit Manuscripts col- 
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Lady Chambers. London, 18S8. 35 p., and lithographed letters of, 
Wilkins, Oolebrooke, Rosen, &c. in 1 v. P. 

CHAMBERs't C R. & W.) Edinsubgh- JOURNAL. New Series, ¥.4-10. 
Edinburgh, Jul. 1855 - Deo. 1858. 7 v. roy. 8°. 

Chambeks, Talbot "W. The Noon Prayer-meeting of the North Dutch 
ChnrGk, Eulton-street, New- York. . . New- York, 185S. 308 p. 12". 

A Diseonrse, in the Reformed Dutch Church o£ Redminster, N. 

J., July 9, 1852, at the Funeral of Rev. George Schonck. N.York, 
1852. 8". Pam. v. 268. 

Chambers, Sir William. A Dissertation on Oriental Grardening. , . . 

London., 1772. 163 p. 4=, 
ChamkrB de Commeboe de Bordeaux. See Bordeaux. 
ChamebovzotT, L- a. Borneo Facts versus Borneo Fallacies : An 

Inquiry into the alleged piracies of the Dyaks .... London (1850). 

64 p. 8P. Pam. v. 434. 
[ChamissO, Adelbert Von]. Peter S'chlemihl : From the German of 

Lamotte Foaque. With plates by George Cruikshank.*** Boston 

. . 1824, 12^ 
CHAMPiGNTt, CAep. De. l^tat Present de la Louisiane, avec toutes les 

particularites de cette province d'Amcrique .... A La Haye, 1776. 

147 p. 8". 
Champion, J. Reflections on the . Parties ; on the National debt, 

and the necessity and expediency of suppressing the Americai 

bellion. 2d edition. London, 1746 (1776). 64 p. 8". 

Champnes, Charles. Signs of the Times : A Sermon, Rom- xiv, 19, 
London, 1831, 8". Pam. v- 377. 

Cbandler, Charles F, Miscellaneous Chemical Researches : Inaug. 
Diss. Univ. of Gottingen. Albany, 1857. 52 p. 8". Pam. v. 551. 

Chandler, (E.), Bishop. Sermon, 1719. See Soe. Prop, the Gospel, 

Chandlee, Elizabeth M. The Poetical Works of : With a Memoir o1 
her life and character, by Benjamin Lundy***. Philadelphia, 1836, 
180 p. — With, Essays, philanthropic and moral, by E. M. C-; prin- 
cipally relating to the abolition of slavery in America*"*. Phil'a, 
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xviii, 24. SaUsbury, Eng. 1811. 8". Pam. v. 376. 

Chandler ( Eiohard), D-B. TLe Life of William Waynflete, Bishop 
of Wincheater, Lord High Chancellor of England in the Reign of 
Henry VI, and Founder of Magdalon College, Oxford : Collected 
from records, registers, manuBcripts, and other authentic evidences. 
London, 1811. 428 p. 8". 

CHANDLERt (Samuel), D-D. [A Collection of Writings of], in 1 v. 8^ 



Vindication of . . . 

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44 p. 
. . . Duty of Good Men under the . . .invasion : A Sermon, Is. viii, 12-14. 

London, 1745. 
The Case of Subscription to explanatory articles of faith.. . With, Speech 

of Eev. J. A. Turretin, previous to the abolition of all subscriptions at 

Geneva London, IT'S. 182 p. 

A Letter to Rev. S. Chandler, occasioned by his late discourse. The case of 

subscription, etc. London, 1740. 40 p. With part of G. Harvest's 

Letter on the same. 



Sermnn, On two shocks of an ea,rthquake, March 11, 1750 : Job ix, 5, 6. 

London, 1750. 
Sermon, Death, of Eev. M, Lowman at Clapham. London, 1752. 
Sermon, Death of George II : 1 Chron. xxix, 28. London, 1760. 

1. Sermon, Society for relieving the widows and orphans of Prot. 

dissenting ministeta, March 1, 1748 : 2 Cor. is, 12. With a para- 
phrase of 2 Cor. 8th & 9th chapters. Lond. 1749. 4". Pam. v. 1006, 

OhandlerI ( Thomas B.), D.D. An Appeal to the Public, in behalf 
of the Church of England in America : By Thomas Bradbury 
Chandler, D.D., Beetor of St.John'e Church, Elizabetttown, N.J. 
. . .*'* New-York, 1767. xii, 127 p. 8". 

[ 1, An Appendix to the American edition of the Life of Arch- 
bishop Seeker ; containing His Grace's Letter to the E.ev. Mr. Mac- 
clauechan, on the irregularity of his conduct ; with an introductory 
narrative. N.York, Gains, 1774. See Porteua' Beview. Cat. 1855. 

A Free Examination of the Critical Commentary on Archbishop 

Seeker's Letter to Mr. Walpole ; to which is added, by way of ap- 
pendix, a copy of Bishop Sherlock's memorial. New-York, Gaine, 
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Suite de la Vie dn R.P. Pierre Joseph Marie Chaumonot de la 

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Chenanoo Free Pemocbat : Vol.2, N" 1, Jan. 5, 1850 - April 6, 
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CHfiRUEt,, A, Piotionnaire Historique des Institutions, ratciirs et cou- 
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CheVALLIER, Paulus, Tweede Brier aan . . . F. Adolf van der Marck 
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Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad COMPANr, Reports. 
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CHiNBSEt Repository. Vol. 17, 18. Canton, China, 1848, 49. 2 v. 8". 

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Two Enc[uiries : One of tliem concerning Property, in which is cgrisidered 
Liberty of conscience; and the other concerning Slix. . .London, 1717. 
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book entiti'd Arianiam anatomis'd... London, 1718. 58 p. 
Several Enquiries, concerning, i. Justification; ii. The Son of God; in, 

&o. London, 1718. 238 p. 
Some ObBetyatione . . . occasion'd by the opposition made to Dv.Eundle's 
election to the See of Gloucester., .And, i. An Answer to. Mr. Stone's 
Second Remarks on the case of Abraham ... ii, A Discourse on since- 
rity... iii, A Supplement.. .Durationof punishment.,, London, 1735. 
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in a Letter to. .Dr. Stebbing; ii. An Enquiry concerning covenants. . . 

in a Letter to Dr. Watei'land And A Defence of Protestantism. 

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OHURCHt, Thomas. The Entertaining History of King Philip's War, 
which began in the month of June 1675 ; as also of Espeditiona 
more lately made against the oommon enemy and Indian rebels, in 
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his son. The second edition. Boston, printed 1716 ; Newport, Rhode 
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CHURCH+ Almanac.- Prot. Episc. Society, N.Y. 1841, 43, 46. Aim. 
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Church ( The) and the Sword ; or a Dialogue between a minister 

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640. 
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12°. Pam. v. 232. 
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With a plan. London, 1853. 8°. Pam. v. 330. 
Church ( The) her own Enemy. Letters to a Friend, on the late 

Attack of the Archdeacon of Bath upon the Church Missionary 

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ChUKCH MiSSIONAET SOCIETY. 


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Chukoh op England. 


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reprints. W. Pickering, London, 1844. 8 v. P. Contents : 

Vol. 1 : Printed by Whitohiircli, 1549. First Boolt of Edward VI. 

Vol. 2 : Printed by Whitchurch, 1552. Second Booli of Edward VI. 

Vol. 3 : First Book of Queen Elizabeth. Printed by Grafton, 1559. 

Vol.. 4 : King James, Anno 1604. Hampton Coio't Book. 

Voi,. 5 : As printed at Edinburgh, 1637. Bishop Laud's. 

Vol. 6 ; As revised and settled at the Savoy Conference, Anno 1662 : 14 

Charles II. Reprinted from the sealed book in the Tower of 

London. 
Vol. 7 : According to the Use of the Ohuroh oi England. Victoria, 1844. 
Vol. 8 : The Order for the Administration of the Holy Communion, and 
Occasional offices, according to the Use of the Chnrch of Bngtand. 

— Book of Common Prayer. See Eccl. Hist. Sooiety. 
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— The Book of Common Prayer together with a Colleotioa of 

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Mohawk language, nnder the direction of the missionaries of the 
Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign parts, to the 
Mohawk Indians. A new edition ; to which is added tke Gospel ac- 
cording to St.Mark, translated into tlie Mohawk language by Gapt. 
Joaepli Brant, an Indiafi of the Moliawt nation. London, 1787- 506 
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— Constitutions and Canons ecclesiastical. . .agreed upon with the 
King's Majesties license, in their Synod begun at London, A.Dom. 
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— A Declaration of the Sense of the Archbishops and Bishops, 
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Parliament, concerning the irregular and scandalous proceedings of 
certain clergy-men at the Execution of Sir John Freind and Sir W. 
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— Certain Sermons or Homilies appointed to be read in churclies 
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— A Short and Easy Catechism for the use of young persons of the 
Church of England. Compiled from authentic sources. Lond. 1843. 
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— : ExETEB. Acts of the Diocesan Synod held in the Cathedral 
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Church ( The) op England vindicated in requiring subscriptions 
from the clergy to the 39 Articles of religion . . . By Joseph Clarke. 
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A Eeport of the Proceedings recently adopted hj the General 

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Memorial. . .to Sir R. Peel, adopted by a meeting of ministers of 

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General Assembly, Sermons before. See Leechman, W. ; For- 

Church of the Puritans, A Narrative of some recent oocnrrenoes 
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to the privileges of the members of the church. . .New-York, 1859. 



Church Organization. A Letter to . . Lord Ashley : By Amicus. 

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CHUEOHt Pastoral Aid Society. An Address to the Churches of 

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Churchill's Guide through the Albany Rural Cemetery. . .Albany, 
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Churchill, Charles. The Poetical Works of : With memoir, critical 
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Civil ( The) War in Portugal, and the siege of Oporto ; By a British 
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Claassen, Johannes. De Gevaarlyke nit en inwendige gestelheid van 
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[ ]. A Paraphrase with Notes, and a Preface upon the 6th Chapter 

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Claims ( The) of the Catholic Church to be regarded as the true Church 
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Clark, E. Y. Dental Monitor. . .Albany, 1856. 12". Pam. v. 516. 

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Clark, George F. A History of the Town of Norton, Bristol County, 

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Claek (Peter), Pastor of the Church in Salem Village. The Scrip- 
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A Letter to a Preacher, on his entrance into the work of the 

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Sermon, Westminster, Nov. 7, 1710 : Ps. cslv ; Thanksgiving for suo- 

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Several Letters to the Rev. Dr. Clarke, from a gentleman in 

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volume of the sermons preached at Mr. Boyle's lecture ; with the 
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Clarke, W. B. Signs of the Times : Two Sermons, National Society, 
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Clart, Timothy Parrar. . .A Discourse occasioned by the Centennial 
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Olasbio Tales , . . London, Bohn, 1853. 12". Contents : 

Johnson's Eassclas; Cottiu's Esiles of Siberia; StJ'ierre's Paul and 
Virginia; Indian pottage; Swift's Gnlliver's Travels; Sterne's Sen- 
timental Journey; Goethe's Sorrows of Werther; Theodosins and 
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Classioal (The) Collector's Vade Mecvm : Being an Iiltroduotion 
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Claud IAN us t, C. Opera quse exstant omnia, ad membranarum yeternm 
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Aecedit Sjlloge variantium lectionnm S«bjungitnr Lactantii 

Blegia de Phceniee vulgo Claudiano adscripta ; Cum cuiis seeuodia 
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Clavel, M: AlmanacJi-mauuel de la Sant6. . . .Snivi d'nn Traite dea 
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[ CLAVELLt, Robert ]. Hia Majeatiea Propriety and Dominion on the 
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therlanders insupportable insoleneies and injuries they have com- 
mitted. . . .as also their prodigious and horrid orueltiea in the East 
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B. C. London, 1665. 176 p. 18°. 

The General Catalogue of Books printed in England since the 

dreadful fire of London mdclxvi, to the end of Trinity term 
MDCLSXX r Together with the texts of single sermons ; plays acted 
at both theaters ; and an abstract of the general bills of mortality 
since 1660, . . .And a catalogue of school books. To which is now 
added a Catalogue of Latin books printed in foreign parts, and in 

England, since the year 1670 London, 1680, SI. 99, 19, 91 p. 

In 2 V. f. 

ClavigeroI, I'r. 8. Storia antica del Messioo, cavata da' miglidri 
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Claxton, Christopher. Colonial Crisis ; First Letter to R. F. Buxton. 
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CLAYt, Gassius M. A Letter of (March 20, 1844) . . -with a Review of 
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CLATt, Henry. Speech, U.S. Senate, Feb. 2, 3, 6, 1832, in defence of 
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'— Speech, U.S. Senate, On the subject of abolition petitions, 1839. 

Boston, 1839. 42 p. 12". Pam. v. 526. 

Speech, U.S. Senate, Feb. 19, 1838, Oti the Bank of the U.S. and 

a Treasury bank. 8°, Pam. v. 193, 

— Remarks, U.S. Senate, Jan. 29,1850, on introducing his pro- 
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The Ashland Test-book ; being a Compend 

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Gorreapondence ; Life. See Colton, C, editor. 

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Clayton, Bee. John. Letter to the Eoyal Society, May 12, 1688, Of 
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CLATTONt ( John M.), of Del. Speech, De!a-wa,re Mass Whig Conven- 
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Speech, U.S. Senate, in Defence of Z. Taylor, 1848. 16 p. Pam. 

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Speech, U-S. Senate, on ... Nebraska and Kansas, .the Missouri 

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and H, of Rep. of the United States. Washington, 1857. 22 p. 8". 
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ClaytoM, Bishop Robert. [Writings collected] inlv. 8". Contents : 

A Dissertation on Prophecy. . . . together with, an Bsplanation of the Ke- 

■velation. . . London, 1749. xxviii, 1C8 p. 
An Essay on Spirit, wherein the Doctrine of the Trinity is considered . . • 

Loudon, 1751. IsiY, 152 p. jJnon. 
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XX, 85 p. ^non. 
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Cleaveland, Nehemiah. An Address delivered at Topsfield, in Mas- 
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CLEAVBNOEa, William S., Principal of the Locust- street Grammar 
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Cleghork, James. On tte Depressed State of Agriculture : Prize 

Essay of the HigHand Soc. of Scotland, 1822. Edinburgli, 1822. 

MO p. 8°. Pam. V.430. 
Clemens (Jeremiah), of Ala, Remarks of Messrs. Clemens, Butler 

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Speeeii, U.S. Sen., on L. Kossuth, 1851, 8". Pam. v. 487. 

Speeeli, U.S. Sen., ob Colonization in North America. Washing- 
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Clement, David. Bibliotheqiie Curienso, Historique et Critique ; on 
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IX, 1750 - 1760. 9v.4". 

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Clerk's (The) Magazine; containing Forms of Writings. . .Albany, 
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Clessen, Wilhelm. Drittes Jubel-Fest cler Buchdruokerkunst 

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Cleveland, Charles. 14th Annual Report .... as City Missionary. 
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CLEVEtANDt, Charles D. Editor. See Adam, Latin Grammar. 

Cleveland ( Chaunoey S".), of Conn. Speech, U-S. H. of K., on the 
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Cleveland ( Mrs. E. H.), M.D. Introd. Lecture, Female Medical 
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Cleveland, Ohio. Report of the Board of Education, 1853-4, 1854-5. 
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Cleveland and St.Lotjis Railroad. Facts and Statements con- 
cerning. , . .by Lebanon, Indiana, to Paris, Illinois. . .With a map. 
Cleveland, Aug. 1854. 8. Pam. v. 256. 

Cleveland, CoLTTMBirs and Cincinnati Railroad. Report upon 
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Exhibits of the condition and prospects of. N.York, 1849, 8°. 

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Cleveland (Ohio) Female Seminakt. Plan and Proposals, .under 

the direction of the Rev. E. N. Sawtell, A.M Boston, 1850. 8°. 

Pam. y. 278. 
Cleveland Library Association. Catalogue. Cleveland, Ohio, 

1849. 60 p. 8°. Pam. T.470. 
Cleveland Mining Company. Articles of Association. .Cleveland, 

0.,1846. 8^ Pam. V. 520. 
Cleveland, Painsville and AeHTABULA B. E. Comi-ant, Ohio 

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Climax ( The) of Protection and Eree Trade capped by annoxati 

Montreal, 1847 1 18 p. 12°. Pam. v. 503. 

Clingjian ( Thomas L.), of N.O, Speech, H. of B., On the political 
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Speech, U.S. H. of E. : Nebraska and Kansas, April 4, 1854. 

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Address, PoUtioal Prospects of the Country, to. . . ■ 8th Congr, 

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Clinton, C. A. A Winter from Home. Hew-York, 1852. 60 p. IS". , 
OLiNTONt, De Witt. A Discourse delivered before the American Aca- 
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Address, Presbyterian Education Society, May 13, 1824. News- 
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Letters of Gov. Clinton and Col. L. Baldwin, improved as evi- 
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Clinton+; George, Got. Bevolutionarj Belies, or Clinton Correspon- 
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. . Published originally ia the New-York Herald. N.York. .Herald 
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Clinton, George W. Address, June 22, Domestic Hort. Society of the 
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An Address, 23d Term of the Normal School of the Stat* of 

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Clinton, Henry Eynes. An Epitome of the civil and literary chrono- 
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Clinton, Isaac- Household Baptism ; from various sources vindicated 
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Clinton County Coax Compant of Pennsylvania : Eeport. New- 
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Clinton Line Bailkoad Compant. Eirst Annual Eeport, wltli. tho 
Report of tLe chief engineer. Hudson, Ohio, 1854. 8". Pam. v. 149. 

Clissold, Rev. Steplien. Tlie Ancient and Scriptural Doctrine that 
national piety is the source of national prosperity. . , .From a ser- 
mon. . .Aug. 12, 1827. London, 1828. 50 p. 8". Pam. v. 305. 

Clive, Eohert, Lord. Speech, H. of Commons, Mar. 30, 1772 on 

the East India Company. London. 61 p. 4". Pam. v. 1011. 

Olodius and Ciceko ; with other examples and reasonings in defence 
of just measures against faction and obloquy, suited to tie present 
conjuncture. London, 1727. 32 p. 8". Pam. v. 409. 

Close, Francis. Farewell Sermon and Introductory Sermon : 2 Cor. 
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Close {Rev. John), A.M., Waterford. A Discourse on federal and 
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ClowesI, Rev. J. Pure Evangelical Religion restored ; or Charity, 
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Clowes!, Rev. Timothy. Sermon. ... to the associated instructors of 
youth in. .Albany : 1 Cor. siii, 8. Albany, 1816. 8°. Pam. v. 559. 

Cluveeius, Philippus. Batavisohe Out-IIeeden, met de Verhandeling 
over de drie uytloopen van den Rhyn. Uyt bet Latyn vertaalt. De 
tweede druk, vermccrdert, met. . .eenige landtkaarten. Door Jakob 
Love. Te Amsterdam. ..1719. 2 V. 18°. 

Taxes on carriages. London. 8 p. 8". 

Coal ( The) Trade. London (1830). 21 p. 8". Pam. v. 414. 
CoALiTiONt ( La) ET LA FRANCE***. Bi/ N. A. Comte de Salvandy. 

A Londres : Reimprime a PHIadelphic, 1817. 160 p. 8". Pam. 

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the Session begun Dec. 7, 1795. .By Peter Porcupine. Philadelphia, 

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[ ]. Observations on the Emigration of Dr. Priestley, and on the 

several addresses delivered to Lim on his arrival at New- York, with 
additions ; containing many curioas and interesting facts on the 
subject, not known here when the first edition was puhlished. To- 
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[ J. Porcupine Political Censor for November 1796 ; containing 

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[ -— ]. The Republican Judge ; or the American Liberty of the Press, 
as eshibited, explained, and exposed in the base and partial pro- 
secution of William Cobbett for a pretended libel against the King 
of Spain and his Embassador, before the Supreme Court of Penn- 
sylvania. With an Address to the People of England. By Peter 
Porcupine. London, 179'8. v, 96 p. 8°. 

The Pride of Britannia Humbled ; or the Queen of the Ocean 

unqueen'd, " by the American Ooct-boats". . . . illustrated and de- 
monstrated by four letters addressed to Lord Liverpool on the late 
American war : Including a number of his other most important 
letters. . .To whioh is added, A Glimpse of the American victories. 
Philadelphia, 1815. 12". 

A History of the Reformation in England and Ireland, in a 

series of letters. Philadelphia, 1825. 12". 

' A Treatise on Cobbett'a Corn ; containing Instructions for cul- 
tivating and propagating the plant, and for harvesting and preserving 
the crop, and also an account of the several uses to which the pro- 
duce is applied. . . .London,1828, 11 chap. 12°. 

The Emigrant's Guide, in ten Letter? addressed to the Tax- 
payers of England ; containing Information of every kind, necessary 
to persons who are about to emigrate. . . .A new edition. London, 
1830. 12". 

COEBOLD, John S. An Essay, tending to shew in what sense Jesus 
Christ hath brought life and immortality to light through the Go- 
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OocoEICB, Johannes Opera Omnia theologica, esegetica, didac- 

tica, polemica, philologica, LXX circiter tractatibus, post prrefatio- 
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CoocHI, Antonio. Lettera critica sopra un manoseritto in cera.* ^.^g^ 
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CoccnTs((M. Antonius) Sabbllicus. Opera, . .in duos digesta tomos. 
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the eighteenth century. . .now selling. . . London. .1837. 204 p. 8". 
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CocHEANB, John. SpeeeK, Young Men's Democratic Union Cluh, April 
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Speech, TJ.S. H. of R., on the Homestead hill, 1859. 16 p. Pam. 

V. 487. 

Cook, Mioajah R. The American Poultry Eoolr. New-York, 184S. 
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Cock, S. Case of tho London Dock Company. London, 1825. 92 p. 
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CocKB URN, Henry. Memorials of his Time, New- York, 1856. 12". 

CocKBURNt, John, The Unfortunate Englishman ; or a Faithful Nar- 
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at Porto Cavallo ; Containing a Journey over land from the Gulf 
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Cocke, William A. The Constitutional History of the United States, 
from the adoption of the Articles of Confederation, to the close of 
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COOKMAN ( Thomas), D.-D. Two Sermons, Salvation hy Christ alone : 
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CoGGESHALLt, Georgc. History of the American Privateers and Let- 
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COGGEsuAi.L, W. T. The Newspaper Record, containing a complete 
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COQGESHALL, William T. The Protective Policy in Literature : A 

Diseourse on the social and moral advantages of the cultivation of 

local literature. . . Columhua, 0. 1859. 8". Pam. v. 514. 

CoGSVfELtt (William), D-D. Sermpn, Ansii, Educ. Soe, of Norfolk 

" Co., Medway, June 14, 1826, " Boston, 1826. 8". Pam. v. 288. ' 
COHOES DiSTEloT School LigaAitZ, Catalogue. Cohoes, iV.Y^, 1857. 
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Coin Catalogues, 2 v. 8°. Contents : 

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coins and medals, Lond. 1848; Hoare's Ancient and British, 
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Mons. Bollin, Greek and Boman, Lond. 1853; J. Sabatiel*, 
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Lady Warburton's, 1845; T. Walker's, English, 1845; Misc. 
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Coke, Hon. Henry J. Vienna in 1848.... With illustrations fcy Weld 

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CoKBt, Thomas, The suhstance of a Serraon, preached at Baltimore. . 

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COLBURN (Warren), A.M. Arithmetic upon the Inductive Method of 

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Cole, John.. A Biographical and Descriptive Tour from Soarbor- 

oHgli to the Library of & Philobiblist, in it's neighbourhood***. . . 

Scarborough, £«£■• 1824. 92 p. 12°. 
CoLi!, Rev. Thomas. Diaeouraes oa Lusury, Infidelity and Enthusiasm. 

London, 1761. 19Sp.l8^ Pam. v. 372. 
CoLEt, Thomas. Eshibition of the Paintings of the late : New- York, 

1S48. 20 p. 8".— Catalogue of Pictures by ; . .Rooms of the Nat. 

Acad, of Design. 4 p. 8". Pam. v. 499. 

The Voyage of Life. . .Engraved by J*. Smillie. N. York, 1356. 

roy. 8°. 

CoLBiRE, Richard. Sermon. . .Thanksgiving. . .for the suppression of 
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OoLEMANt, Lyman. The Apostolical and Primitive Chtirch, popular in 
its government ,and simple in its worship, . , .With an introductory 
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criticisms on. . .J. Q, Adams, 180S. 

CoLERiDGEt, Hartley. Biographia Borealis ; or Lives of Distinguished 
Northerns**'*. London, 1833. 732 p. 8". 

CoLBRiDQE, Bev. James D. A IFew Words of Instruction to his Pa- 
rishioners, on an error in doctrine : Moral life with, snifering cer- 
tain of a. recompense. Exeter, Eng. 1834. 8". Pam. v. 339.— Why 
are you not a Conimunicant ? .... 2d edition. Launoeston (1831). 
24 p. 8". Pam. v. 339.— Sermon on Matthew i\, 2. See Practical 
Sermons. 

CoLERIDGEt, Samuel Taylor. Hints towards the formation of a more 
comprehensive theory of life. .Ed. by Seth B. Watson, M.D. Phila- 
delphia, 1848. 94 p. 8°. 

Coles (Abraham), M.D. Critique on Nott & Glidd'on's Ethnological 
Works; with some remarks on an article by W. S, Forwood, M.D., 
entitled "The Negro — a distinct Species," published in the Me- 
dical and Surgical Reporter, May 1857. Burlington, N.J., 1857. 8°. 
Pam, V. 266. 

CoLEst, Benjamin U. A Memoir, on the subject of "Wheat and Flour 
of the State of New-York. Read. . .N.Y. Agr. Soo. Feb. 17, 1820, 
...New-York, 1820. 46 p. 8°. 

COLBS, Edward. History of the Ordinance of 1787, . . . Read before 
Hist. Soo. of Pennsylvania, June 9, 1856. .1856. 33 p. 8". 

Colfax { Schuyler), of Indiana. Speech, U.S. H. of R., The " Laws " 
of Kansas, June 21, 1856. New-York. 16 p. 8°. Para. v. 537, 581. 

CoLHOtTN, 8. An Essay on Suspended Animation. Philadelphia. . . . 
1823. 12°. 

CoLLAMEat ( Jacob), of Vt. Speech, H, of R., Feb. 1, on the Mexican 
War, Washington, 1848. Pam. v. 486. 

— - Speech, U,S.Sen.,oiithePresidciit'sMe3sagc, 1856. 16 p, Pam. 
v,487, 

...^ Speech, U.S. Sen,, on Aifairs in Kansas, Ap. 3, 4, 1856. Washing- 
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navigation and trade of &reat-Britain, Ireland, and the British 
Colonies in the W.I. and America***. Printed hy order of the Soc. 
of Shipowners of G.B. London, 1807. xxviii, 154, cosoTii p. 8". 

CoLLECTiONt (A) Letters on Preejiasoney, in Chronological order. 
Sy J. C. Spencer, R, Rusk, H. Tafcm, 4- E. Eoerett. Boston, 1849. 
103 p. 8°. Pam. V.21L 

COLlECTiON (A) OF Mesiortals concerning divers deceased ministers 
and others of the people called Quakers in Pennsylvania, N. Jersey, 
and parts adjacent, from nearly the first settlement thereof to the 
year 1787. . .*** Phikdelphia, 1788, 439 p. 8". 

Collection op Papers that have heen published, at different times, 
relating to the Proceedings of His Majesty's Commissioners, &c. 
&o. . ,to treat. . .of quieting the disorders, . .New- York, Eivington, 
1778. 55 p, — Proposed appendix... By a weil-wiaher to the pro- 
sperity both of G.B. and N.Ameyioa, 8p. 1 v. 8°. 

Collection (A) op Testimonies in favor of Eeligioua Liberty in the 
case of Dissenters, Catholics and Jews : By a Christian politician. 
London, 1790. 119, xx p. 8". Pam. v, 320. 

COLLECTioN OP THE SUPPLIES, and Ways and Meana, from the Revo- 
lution to the present time. By a member of Parliament. London, 
1763. 183 p. 12". Pam. v. 617, 

College op New-Jerset, Catalogue of the Officers and Students 
for 1840,41,42,43,44,49,50. Princeton. Pam. v. 156.— Trien- 
nial Cat. 184S ; Ann. Cat. 1845, 51 ; American Whig Society of the 
College, Cat. 1845. 63 p. Princeton. 8". Pam. v. 481.— Cliosophio 
Society, Cat. 1840. 8". Pam. v. 156. 

CoLLE«B+ OF Physicians and Scrqbons in the City of New- York. 
Catalogue, 1829, 37, 54, 55. New- York. 8". Pam. v. 198, 517. 

COLiEGEt 01" Physicians and Sokoeons of the Western District of 
the State of New- York, in Fairfield. .Circular and Catalogue, 1827, 
1829, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39. Albany, Little-Falls, Utiea. 8", 
Pam. V, 517. 



CoLLEst, Christopher. Proposals for the Speedy Settlement of the 
waste and unappropriated lands on the western frontiers of New- 
York, and for the improvement of the inland navigation between 
Albany and Oswego, New-York, London, 1785, 14 p. 8", 

OoLLiEB, J. P., Slditor. See Percy Society : Camden Society Publi- 
cations. 

CoLLiERt, Rev. Jeremy. God not the Origin of Evil : Being an addi- 
tional semon, tf-c, London, 1726. 8^ Pam. v, 367. 

Collier, Samuel, Sermon at St. Paul's : Accession of IT. Majesty, 
June 11, 1743. London. 4". Pam. v. 1006, 

[Collins, Anthony]. A Discoxirse of Free Thinking, oocasion'd by 
the rise and growth of a sect call'd Free-thinkers***. Load. 1713. 
ITS p. 8°, Pam, v, 336. 

[ 1- See Discourse on Kidioule ; also. Vindication of the Divine 

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Collins, Arthur. The Peerage of England ; containing a genealogi- 
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collateral lines . . .and inanj valuable memoir's never before printed 
...Collected from records, old wills. . .3d edition, .enlarged. Lon- 
don.. 1756. ev-S". 



Collins, Williani. poetical Works. See Goidsmitb, 0. 

Sermon : 2 Pet. i, 5. Stockton, Eng- 1839. 

CoLMAN, Benjamin, D.D. The Government and Improvement of 
Mirth, according to the laws of Christianity, in three sermons. . . . 
More especially designed for. . .the young gentlemen of Boston. By 
Benj. Colman. Boston, in N.England, B. Green, 1707. x, 170 p. - "" 

— — A Humble Discourse of the Incomprehensiblcncss of God 
four sermons, with iin epistle to the reader, by E. Pemherton. Bos- 
ton, 1714. xii, 109p. 18". Title and 2 p. wanting. 

Two Sermons on the Death of Mrs. Jane Colman and of Mrs, 

Jate TureH...With memoirs of the life and death of. . .Mrs. Jane 
Turell. . .Boston, N.E. Printed in the year 1735. iv, vi, 129 ; 
Title wanting. 

CoLMANt, Henry. A Discbnrse on the Troper Character of Religious 
Instructions : Dec. 7, 182'4. Saleiii, 1825. 8°. Pam. v. 105. 

A Sermon : Installation of the Rev. J. Flint, Salem. . .Boston, 

1821. 8°. Pam. v. 105. 

Agricultural Reports, 1838-41. See Massachusetts. 

Colman, W. A. Catalogue of his Library, sold, N.York, 1850. 216 p. 
WzfA, Catalogue of engravings, ete, sold. 30 p. Cat. v. 33. 

CoLOMB DE Battnes, P. Bibliografia Danteaca ; ossi'a Catalogo delle 
edizioni, traduzioul, eodioi manoscritti e comenti della Divina 
Commedia, e delle opere minbri di Dante ; seguito dalla aerie de' 
biografi di lui ; Gompilata dal Signore Visconte Colomb de Batines. 
Traduzione Italiana fatta sul manoscritto francese dell'autore. Tomo 
prime, Parte prima, Parte seconda. Prato, Tipografia Aldina, 1845, 
46. In 1 V. 8". 

Colonial Herald and Prince Edward Island Adtertiheh. 
Vol. 1, N" 1, Aug. 5, 1837.— Vol. 3, Dec. 25, 1840. Cbarlottetown. 
3 v.f . 

Colonial (The) Life AsstiBANCE Company of Scotland. Pam. 
V. 239. 



Colonial Missionary Society in connection with the Congrega- 
tional union of England and Wales : Third Report, 1839; Fourth, 
1840 ; Fifth, 1841 ; Ninth, 1845. London. 8^ Pam. v. 384. 

Colonization! Society of the City of New- York. 7th Report, N.Y. 
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Colored People, Proceedings of the State Convention of eoloved 
. people held at Alhany 22 - 24 July 1851. Alhany,1851. 36 p. 8". 

Pam. V. 560. 
CoLQUHOuN, J. C. Ireland : The Policy of Reducing the Estahlished 

Ohureh, and paying the Roman Catholic priests. Glas. Prot. Asso- 
ciation. Glasgow, 1836. 68 p. Pam. v. 342. 
CoLQUHOUNt, P. A New and Appropriate System of Education for 

the lahouring people : . .according to the plan. . .admitted into the 

Free School, N" 19 Orchard- Street, Westminster London, 1806. 

93 p. 8". Pam. v. 387. 
CoLSON, F61ix. De I'iitat Present et de I'Avenir dea Principantfes de 

Moldavie et de Yalachie. Suivi des Traites de la Turquie aveo les 

Puissances Europfiennes. Ut d'uue carte. ..Paris, 1839. 8°. 
Colt ( Samuel). Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company. U.S. Mag, 

Mar. 1857. 221 - 249 p. 8". Pam. v. 298. 
[ Report of D. E. Twiggs and W. S. Harney on the Repeating 

Rifle]. 1838. 18". Pam. v. 618. 
CoLTMA^f, Hev. J. Speeches of Rev. J. Coltman, Rev. J. Scott, and 

Rev. J. King, at a meeting of Clergy, East-Riding, Jan. 16, 18?i4. 

London. 44 p. 8". Pam. v. 326. 
CoLTONt ( Eev. Calvin), LL.D. The Rights of Lahor. N.York, 1846. 

96 p. 8". 
— — Lecture on the Railroad to the Pacific ; Delivered August 12, 

1850, at the Smithsonian Institute, Washington. New- York, 1850. 

8". Pam. V.283. 

The Private Correspondence' of Henry Clay : Edited by Calvin 

Colton. . .New- York, 1855. 8°. 

The Last Seven Years of the Life of Henry Clay. . .New-York 

. .1856. 8". 

[ ], See Crisis of the Country, 1840; a?so, Junius Tracts, 1848-44. 

CoLTONt, J. H. The Western Tourist and Emigrants' Guide. N.York, 

1850. 89 p. 18^ 
CoLtTMjsiA, District of. Register of the Militia of : together with the 

Militia Laws of the U.Statea ... By Brooke Williams. Washington, 

1831. 44 p. 12". Pam. v. 234. 
CoLUMBiAt College. Annual Catalogue of the officers and students. 

Puhlished hy the Senior Class, 1856? 8". Pam. v. 247.— For 1856 

- 7, with graduates einco 1850. 8". 
—— Addresses of the newly appointed Professors of Columhia Col- 
lege ; with an Introductory Address by William Betts, LL.D., Feb. 

1858. New-York, 1858. 201 p. 8°. 

Inaugural Addresses of T. W. Dwight and of G. P. Marsh. N. 

York, 1859. 8°. 

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Philadelphia., 1813. 8°. With Vaausem, Essay. Philadelphia, 1827. 

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Columbian Gazette : Vol. 11, N. 561, Dec. 14, 1813 ; V. 12, JSf. 624, 

Peb. 28, 1815. Utica, N.Y. See Nowsp.v. 15. 
Columbian Mbecuey and Canaan EEPoeiTOEYof Kura! Knowledge; 

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CoLUMBiANt Phenis and Boston Review . . .withmaiiyintereating 
particulars in history and biography. Vol. 1, for 1800, Jan.— July, 
Boston, Ed, by J. HawhtTiS' and D. Tillotsort' 1 v- 8°. Frontispiece 
wanting. 

Columbian Songster, or Jovial Companion : . . . Choice Songs. . . .of 
which nearly fifty are American productions .... Greenleaf 'a press. 
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Columbian Star : Vol.2, Get. 1823, NMOtoVot.5, Dec.'0, 1826. 
Ed. by James D. Knowles, Baroa Stow, etc., under the patronage of 
the General Convention of the Baptist denomination in the United 
States. Washington oity. In 2 v- f'. 

CoLUMBUst AND HIS' TIMES***. From tie London Religious Tract 
Society's edition. Albany, E. H. Pease, 1844. 186 p. 18". 

CoLUMBUst, Ferdinand. Historic del S. D. Fernando Colombo ; Delle 
quali s' ha pavticolare & vera relatione della vita, h de' fatti dell' 
Ammiraglio D. Christoforo Colombo, suo padre : Et delio scopri- 
mento, eh' egli fece dell' Indie oecidentali, dette Mondo Nuovo . . . 
Bi lingua spagnuola tradotte nell' Italiana dal S. Alfonso Ulloa. In 
Venetia, 1571. xsxviii, 494 p. 18". 



CoLWELL, Stephen. The Ways and Means of payment : A full ana- 
lysis of the credit system... Philadelphia, 1859. 644 p. 8". 

Comb, George. Sermon, Decease of Bev. E. Hawker, D.D. : 2 Sam. 
iii, 38. London, 1827. 8". Pam. v. 382. 

COMBEt, Andrew. The Principles of Physiology, applied to the pre- 
sei'vation of health, and to the improvement of physical and mental 
education. From 7th Edinburgh edition. New-York. .1841. 18°. 

COMBEt, George. Testimonials in behalf of : as a candidate for the chair 
of logic in'the University of Edinburgh. Edinburgh, 1836. 79 p. 8". 
Pam. V. 399. 

[Comber ( Thomas), B.D.I. See Plausible Arguments, 1686. 

Combes ( W.), Esq. Catalogue of Library of ; .... auction, London, 
1837. 50 p. 8". Cat. v. 94. 

Coming ( Tlie) Conflict. A Letter to the Bishop of Exeter, occa- 
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CoMiNO (The) Struggle among the Nations of the Earth; or the 
Political Events of the nest fifteen years. . . Author's American ed. 
New-Tork, 1853. 40 p. 8". Pam. t. 540. 

CoMLT, John. Comly's Beader and Book of Knowledge, with eser- 
cises of spelling and reading. . . .Philadelphia, 1849. 12°. 

Comments on the Nehraska bill, with Views on slavery in contrast with 
freedom. EespectfuUy addressed to the Free States, hy one ae- 
quainted with Sonthern institutions. By William Bayard, esq.? 
Albany, 1854. 58 p. 8°. Pam. v. 560. 

Commercial Advertiser : Nov. 27, 1816. N.York. Newap. v. 15. 



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Commercial (The) Conduct, of the United States of America con- 
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Citizen of New- York. New-York, S. k J. London, 178S. 21 p. 8 
Pam. V. 259. 

COMMEEELtr, Abhe De. Eericht wcgens de Aankweeking en het ge- 

brriik van den Schaarcheid of Mangel-Wort el, &c Uit bet 

fransch vertaald. . .Amsterdam, 1789. 80 p. 8°. Pam. v. 205. 

CoMiiiNBst, Philip De. Memoirs of : To which is added the Seandi 
Ions Chronicle, or Secret History of Louis XI. By Jean de Troyej 
Vol. 2. London, Bokn, 1856. 12". 

Common (The) Alma^jao- For '1823, 25, 26, 30, 32 - 36, 39 - 4: 
45-55. Watertown,'N.Y".l v.l2°. 

Comparative { The) Importance of our Acquisitions from Prance in 
America. With Remarks on a pamphlet, intitled An Examination 
of the commercial principles of the late negotiation in 1761. Lon- 
don, 1762. 59 p. S\ 

Comparison (A) between the doctrines taught by the Clergy of the 
Church of England and the doctrines taiight by Whitefleld, Seagrave, 
and others. . .London, 1741. 28 p. 8°. 

Compendious (A) History of the Late War, 1811-15. Boston, 1815. 8' 

Complaint (A) to the of , against a pamphlet entitled, A 

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charters of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay***. London, White. 
1775. 40 p. 8°. 

CoMPLEAT (A) List of all the Members who voted for and against the 
bill for repealing the Septennial Act. . .with the speeches of. . .two. 
. London, 1734. 19, 12 p. 8°. Pam. v. 418. ' 

CoMpLEAT (A) View of the present Politicks of Great-Britain : I 

Letter from a German nobleman Translated from the French, 

London, 1743. 66 p. 8". Pam. v. 442. 

Complete (A) and Accurate Account of the very important debate in 
the H. of Commons. . .July 9, 1782, in which the cause of Mr.Fox'a 
resignation and the great question of American Independence came 
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CoMPONiMENTi LiR.icr de' piii illustri Poeti d 'Italia, seel ti da T, J. 
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Pam. V. 129. 

CoMBiE, Alexander. Verhandeling van eenige Eigenschappen dea Za 

ligmakenden G-eloofs Door A. C. Scoto-Britannicus . , . .Leiden 

1744. With, Het A. B. C. des Gcloofs. . .Leiden, 1751. 2 v. in 1. 4< 

CoMSTOOK, Andrew. The Phonetic Minatrel : Consisting of Original 
Songs, in Comstock's perfect alphabet. , .Philadelphia, 1847. 16 p. 
8". Pam. v. 634. 

, CoNANT, Mrs. H. C. The Earnest Man : A Sketch of the Character 
and Labors of Adoniram Judson, first missionary to Burmah. 
ton, 1856. 12°. 

CoNANT, Marshall. 1836.— 'The Year ] 
Philosophical Annual : In three parts 

OONANT, T. J. Defence of the Hebrew Grammar of Gesenius against 
Prof. Stuart's translation. New-York, 1847. 8". Pam. v. 269. 

CoNANT, William C. Narratives of Kemarkable Conversions and Re- 
vival Incidents; including. . .an account of. . .the great awakening 
of 1857, 58. . .With an introduction, by Henry Ward Beecher***. 
New- York, 1858. 444 p. 12°. 

CoNCiLiAToaY Address to the People of Great-Britain and of the 
Colonies on the present important crisis. London, Wilkie, 1775. 
56 p. 8". 

Concise Account Election of Gen. Lewis. N.Y. 1807. See Ac- 
count. Cat. 1855. 

Concise (A) and Faithful Narrative of the various steps which led to 
the unhappy division which hath taken place among the members of 
the Associate Body in the United States. . .By a ruling Elder. . . . 
Philadelphia, 1789. 88 p. 8°. Pam. v. 68. 

Concise Examinations of certain Supematuralisms of the Bible, aa 
commonly understood ; By Christianua. N* i, Jan. ; N" ii, May. 
New-York, 1856. 70 p. 12°. Pam. v. 528. 

Concise (A) Ilistorical Account of the British Colonies in N.Amevioa, 
comprehending their rise, progress and modem state ; particularly 
of the Massachusetts Bay (the scat of the present civil war), to- 
gether with the other Provinces of New-England. . .London, Bew, 
1775. 1913 p., and table. 8". 

CoN-cisE (A) History of Tithes, with an inquiry bow far a forced raain- 
tenauee for the ministers of religion is warranted, . .London, 1819. 
8". Pam. v. 320. 

Concise Naurativb of the Seminole Campaign. See Narrative. Gat. 
1855. 

Concdin's New Kiveh. Guide, or A Gazetteer of all the towns oa 
the western waters. . .Cincinnati, 0. 1848. 128 p. 8". 

Same Title. Cincinnati, 1852. 128 p. 8°. 

OoNCOKDt, Mass. Education : Annual Report of the School Commit- 
tee, April 2, 1849. Pam.v. 192,249.— Por 1851-2, 1853. 8^^. Pam. 
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parative coat and prodnctiveneas of free and slave labour. London, 
1833. 91 p. 8". Pam. v. 438. 

CONDILLAC, E. B. de. Traite des SystSmes, oii Ton en d^mele les in- 
convenienta et lea avantages. . .Amsterdam, 1771. 448 p. 12°. 

CONDiTt, Rev. J. B. Education at the Weat, in ita Claims on the 
Church : A Discourse, 8oo. Pro. Coll. Educ; at the West. N.York, 
1849. 8". Pam. v. 491. 

COHDITION ( The) of the Slave not profcrahle to that of the British 
peasant. . .Loudon, 1833. IG p. 8°. Pam. v. 437. 

[CONDOECETt, J. A. N. 0.]. See Schwartz, J., L'Esclavage. 

CoMDUOT of C. Golden, 1767. See [ Coiden, 0.]. 

Conduct ( The) of Queen Elizabeth, towards the neighbouring nations ; 

and particularly of Spain, compared with, that of James I By 

Palseophilua AngHcanuB. London, 1729. 6a p. 8-. Pam. v. 44S. 

Conduct ( The) of the Late Administration Examined. With an ap- 
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March 1766)***. By Richard Grenviller-Eai-l 2'emple? London, 
Abnon, 1767. 160, liv, p. 8". 

CONDDCT ( The) of the Opposition and the tendency of modern patriot- 
ism. . .review'd and eiamin'd. By John, Lord Hervey. Lond.,1784. 
62 p. 8". Pam. y.418. 

Cone, Spencer Houghton. 

preacher in America. I 
CoNET, Tho. Honesty and Plain Dealing an usual bar to honour and 

Efeferment : A Sermon, Oxford, July 9, 1710 : Numbers xxiv, 11. 
ondon. S°. Pam. v. 365. 
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4P. Pam. V. 354. 
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Liverpool, Oct. 1845. London, 1846. 80 p. 8". Pam. v. 495. 

CoNOEK ( Harmon S.), of N.Y. Remarks, U.S. H. of it., on the Pay- 
ment of the Galpbin claim. Washington, 1850. 8 p. 8°. Pam. v.487. 

C ON Git E RATIONAL Aj.MANAO . . .Bostou, 1846. 12". Aim. V. 32, 

OoNOEEGATrONAL BOARD OF PUBLICATION. 25th, 26tb, 27th, 29th 
Annual Itcports. Boston, 1854, 55, 56, 58. 18". Pam, v. 485. 

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OoNOaEGATiONAL Churcii in St. Charles, Illinois. Manual for the 
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gether with the sermon preached on the occasion, hy Rev. Joel 
Hawes, D.D. New-York, 1852. Pam. y.219,231.— List of Mem- 
bers. Pam. V. 484. 

; CoNNBCTiOTiiT. Mimites of the Convention of Delegates from 

the Synod of New-York and Philadelphia, and from the Associationa 
ot Connecticut, held annually from 1766 to 1775, inclusive. Hartford, 
1843. 68 p. 8°. Pam. v. 485. 

Proceedings of the General Association of Connecticut. . 

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48, 49, 50, in 1 vol. Hartford, or New- Haven. 2 v. 8". 

Proceedings of the General Association, June 1821, 1824. 

Hartford. Pam. v. 104.— For 1855, 57, 58. New-Haven. 8°. Pam. 
V. 483. 

General Association. See Misa. Society of Connecticut, 

1795 - 1822. 

■ An Address of the General Association. ... to the Cong. 

Churches, .of the State on gospel discipline. Litchfield, 1808. 

8". Pam- V. 483, 

See New-Haven County Association, 1769. 



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Bangor, 1856.— 1857. Portland, 1857.— 1858, Bangor, 1858. 8". 
Pam. V. 483. 

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owned and consented unto by the elders and messengers of the 
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V. 18'. 

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gland, Sept. 10, 1679. Boston, Printed by John -Foster, in the year 
1679. 15p.sm.4". 

Report on Congregationalism, Including a Manual of 

Church Discipline, together with the Cambridge Platform adopted 
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— Minutes of the General Association for the years 1839 - 

43,1845-49. Boston. In 1 v. 8°.— Minutes, 1844, 50, 61,62, Bos- 
ton.— Rules, 1831. 12''. Pam. v. 483. 

Report of the Committee on Slavery, to the Convention 

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: Michigan. Minutes of the General Association, 1847,1858. 

Detroit, Adrian. 8". Pam. v. 483. 

: New-Hampshire. Minutes of the General Association, 1843. 

Concord. 8". Pam. v. 483. 

; New- York. Minutes of the General Association of N.York, 

1837, Sew-York; 1838, Whitesboro; 1841, Utica ; 1852, Canao- 
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v. 483. 

Report of the Committee, .on the relation of the Ameri-. 

can Board, .. A. H. Miss. Soc, Am. Tract Soc, e(c. to the subject of 
slaverj, 1855. 12 p. 8-. Pam. v. 483. 

: Rhode-Island. Minutes of the Evangelical Association of 

Rhode-Island, 1851. Pawtucket, 1851. 8". Pam. v. 483. 

: Vermont. Minutes of the General Convention of Congr. Mi- 
nisters and Churches, 1842. Windsor, 1842. 8^ Pam. t. 483. 

CoWbegational Library Association. First, Second, Fifth An- 
nual Report. Boston, 1854, 55, 58. 8". Pam. v. 209, 275, 485. 

CoNGHEGATiONAL QuAETEBLT. Vol. I : Conducted tinder the sanction 
of the Congr. Library Association and the American Congregational 
Union. . .Boston, 1859. 8". 

CORGBEGATIONAL UniON OP ENGLAND AND "WaIES. MinoteS of the 

Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, SeYenth, Ninth, Fifteenth Annual Assembly, 
1834, 35, 36, 37, 39, 45. London. 8°. Pam. v. 485. 

Primary Address of the Annual Assembly. London, May 15, 

1834, 12 p. 18°. — Declaration of the Faith, Church order and dis- 
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Assembly. London, 1837. 12 p. 18". Pam. v. 485. 

The Faith, Church Order and Discipline of the Congregational 

or Independent Dissenters, 1833. London. 8". Pam. v. S'20. 

CoNGB&s DE Paeis. Aifaires Etrangeres, — Oongres de Paris. Paris, 

Imprimerie Royale. Avril, 1856. l52 p. 4°- 
CoNGEftg International des E^formea Douanieres, reuni4Brusellea, 

22 - 25 Sept. 1856. Bruxelles, 1857. xx, 363 p. 8". 
CoNGREasiONALt DIRECTORY — 1st, 2d Sossions, 33d Congress, 1854, 

55. 2 v. in 1. 12°. 
OoNGREVE, Wm. The Mourning Bride : A Tragedy, as it is acted. 

. . .London, 1777. 12°. Pam. t. 396. 
CONINGESBY, Rev. G. Sermon, the Trinity : Rom. i, 22. Oxford, 1723. 

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CoNNECTiCtiTt : Colony. The Public Records of : May 1678 - Jnne 

1689 ; with notes and an appendix. . .Transcribed and edited. . .by 

J. H. TrumbuU. Hartford, 1859. 538 p. 8°. 

Their Majesties Colony of Connecticut in New-England, 

Vindicated, from the abuses of a pamphlet, licensed and printed at 
New- York, 1694, intitnled, Some Seasonable Considerations for the 
Good People of Connecticut. By an Answer thereunto. Sigjied J. 
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Connecticut. See Congregational ClmrGlies. 

: BouNDART. Report of the Commissioners on the Western 

Boundary Line betweoa Conneoticut and New-York, to the General 
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: Education. Report of the Commissioner of the School Fund 

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V. 216.— The same, May 1853. 8°. Pam. v. 173.— The same, May 
1858. 8". Pam. v. 278. 

Ann. Report of the Superintendent of Common Schools, 

May 1851, May 1853, May 1856. Hartford, New-Haven. 8". Pam. 
V. 229.— The same. May 1858. 54, 183 p. 8^. Pam. v. 278. 

- : Humane Institutions. Reports of the Commissioner for the 
Indigent Blind, Deaf and Dumb, and Insane Poor, to the General 
Assembly, May Session, 1851. Hartford, 1851. 8°. Pam. v. 218. 

: Idiocy. Report of the Commissioners on Idiocy, to the Gene- 
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: Insane. See Retreat for the Insane. 

: Pribons. Report of the Committee. . .to inspect the condition 

of New-Gate Prison, May 1826. New- Haven, 1826. 8°. Pam. v. 191. 

■ Report of the Directors and Wardens,of the State Priaon. 

Hartford, 1829.— The same, May 1832. 8". Pam. v. 191. 

: Reform Scuool. Report of the Trustees Hartford, 1853. 

Pam. V. 191.— The same : 6th Rep., for 1858. 62 p. 8°. Pam. v. 507. 

: Statistics. Report of the Secretary of State relating to the 

registration and returns of births, marriages and deaths, for the 
year ending Aug. 7th, 1848. Hartford, 1849.— The same for year 
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Connecticut! Almanack. Hartford, HanBah Watson, 1778, 79. 12". 
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Connecticut Association. Festival of : at the Revere House, Boston, 
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Connecticut Common School Journal and Annals of Education. 
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Collections, Vol I. Hartford, 

Connecticut Jouhnal. Jan. 20, 1780, N''664. New-Haven, T.Green. 

See Newspapers, V. 15. 
CoNNEOnouT, Massachusetts, N.Yohk and Vermont Almanack, 

N.Strong, Litchfield, Conn. 1795, 98. Aim. v. 19. . 
Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company. Hartford, 1849. 

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CoNNECTicxTT (Annual) Kbgister and United -State a Calendar, . . 
from 1785 to 1857 inclusive. Astron. calculations by N. Daboll, J. 
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Connecticut Register. Kegister of Civil, Judicial, Military, and 
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Connecticut Rivee Convention. Journal of the Convention holden 
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CoNNEOTicuTt State Agkicultural Society. Transactions for 1854, 
55, 66, 57, 58, 59. Hartford, 1855 - 60. 6 v. 8^. 

CONNEOTictrrt State Medical Society. Proceedings, 60th Annual 
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COHNBCTICUT TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. Report, 3d Anniversary. Mid- 
dletown, Conn. 1832. 8". Pam. v. 291. 

Connelly, Mev. Pierce, Reasons for Abjuring Allegiance to the See 
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CoNOLLY (John), M.D. A Lecture on the Advantages of Popular 
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OoNOLLYt (John), M.D. An Inquiry Concerning the Indications of 
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CoNKADt, T. A. Fossil Shells from the Andes, See U,8.N. Astr. Bxpl. 
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Conscientious Nonconpobmity. .Defcncled : or A Vindication of the 
. . principles and worship of the English Protestant dissenters. Lon- 
don, 1737. 8". Pam. v. 319. 

Considerations against continuing the Great Canal west of the Se- 
neca : Addressed to the members-elect of the Legislature of the 
State of New- York, by Peter Ploughshare. Utica, 1819. 29 p. 8". 
Pam. V. 223. 

Considerations of Present Use, concerning the danger resulting from 
the change of our church -government. Load., 1682. 20 p. i". Pam. 
T. 364. 

ConsibeRations on a Comprehension or Union of Protestants by re- 
conciling and uniting the more moderate dissenters to the Church of 
England. . .London, 1748. 41 p. 8°. Pam. v. 330. 

CONSiDBEATioNs on Certain Political Transactions of the Province of 
South Carolina : Containing a view of the Colony legislatures (under 
the -description of that of Carolina in particular). With observa- 
tions showing their resemblance to the British model***. London, 
1774. 83 p. 8". 

Considerations on the Approaching Dissolution of Parliament : Ad- 
dressed to the elective body of the people ; with some account of 
the existing parties. . .London, Walter, 1790. 8°. Pam. v. 221. 



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Considerations on tte Bank of tlio U. States, 1832. See [ Young, S.]. 
Cat. 1855. 

CoNsiDEKATiONS on tte Eastern Diocese. By a Presbyter of the Dio- 
cese of Massaeliusetts. Boston, 1837- 8°. Pam. v. 200. 

CoNSiDEEATiONs on the Dependencies of Great Britain ; with obser- 
Tatioaa on a pamphlet entitled, The Present State of the Nation. 
London, Almon, 1769. 92 p. 8°.— Also, Pol. Tr. v. 7- 

Considerations on the Explications of the Doctrine of the Trinity. 
Occasioned by four sermons preached by. .the Abp- of Canterbury, 
&c. . .In a letter to H. H. Printed in the year 1694. 68 p. 4". Pam. 
y. 358. 

Considerations on the Importance of Canada, and the Bay and 
River of St. Lawrence, and of the American fisheries dependant on 
the islands of Cape Breton, St. John's, New-Poundland, and the 
seas adjacent : Addressed to the Eight Hon. William Pitt. London, 
1759. 23 p. 8". 

CoNSiDEKATiONB on the Late Act for Prohibiting all Commercial In- 
tercourse with the rebellious colonies ; or the weakness of America 
exposed. Edinburgh, 1776. 19 p. 8°. 

Considerations on the Legality of General Warrants. . .London, W. 
Micoll, 1765. 48 p. 8". Pam. t. 450. 

CoNSiDERATioNst on the Propriety of Imposing Taxes in the British 
Colonies. .***. By Daniel Dulaney- North-America . .New-York, 
Holt, 1765. 55 p. 8". 

Considerations on the Propriety of requiring a subscription to ar- 
ticles of faith. 2d edition. By Bp. Edmund Law? London, 1774. 
62 p. 8". Pam. v. 319. 

CoNSiDEKATiONs OD the Propriety of the Bank of England resuming 

its payments in specie. . .London, 1800. 110 p. 8°. Pam. v. 427. 
Considerations on the Provisional Treaty with America, and the 

?relin)inary articles of peace with Prance and Spain. Lood., Cadell, 
783. 164 p. 8". 

The same title. The second edition, corrected. London, 1783. 

94 p. 8°. , 
Considerations on the Times. London, Almon, 1769. 40 p. 8°. Pol. 
Tr.y.5. - 

Considerations on the Trade and Finances of this kingdom, and on 
the measures of administration with respect to those great national 
objects since the conclusion of the peace. By Tho. WhatAv' Lend., 
1766. 119 p. 4». Pam. v. 1011. 

Considerations Relating to the laying any additional duty on sugar 
from the British plantations. . ,***. London, 1747. 31 p. 18". 



Considerations sur I'Admission des Navires neutres aux Colonies 
Frangoises de I'Amerique en terns de guerre***. 1779. 82 p. 18". 

Considerations upon the American Enquiry***. By Bohert Dallas, 
jr. London, 1779. 55 p. 8", 

Considerations upon the Choice of a Speaker of tho House of Com- 
mons in the approaching session. Printed ia the year 1698. 8 p. 4". 
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CoNSiDEKATiONS upOB the Present State of our Affairs, at home and 
abroad : In a letter to a memher of Parliament from a friend in the 
country- 2d edition. By George, Lord Lyttelton. London, 1739. 
69 p. 8". 

CoNSiDEKATiONS upon the State of Public Affairs at the heginning of 
the year 1796, 4th edition. By Richard Bentley. Lond., J. Owen, 
1796. 97 p. S". Pam. V.412. 

Consolatory (A) Letter to a Noble Lord***. 2d 'edition. London, 
1760. 44 p. 8". Pam. v. 522. 

CoHSTANTiN, L. A. Manuels - Roret ; Eibliotheconomie, ou Nouveau 
Manuel conipletpour 1' arrangement, la conservation et I'adminiatra- 

tion des tibliotheques. Par L, A. Constantin ( Hesse). Paris 

1341. 266 p. 18". 

CoNSTANTius, Patriarch. Const antiniade, ou Description de Constan- 
tinople ancienne et moderne. Compoa^e par un Philologue et Ar-; 

ch^ologne, Traduite du G-rec par M. E. Constantinople 1846. 

218 p. 8". 

CoNSTiTCTiONAL ASSEMBLIES of the Clergy the proper and only effec- 
tual security of the established church. By a Presbyter. . .London, 
1820. 55 p. 8°. Pam. V. 325. 

Constitutional Meeting at Fanueil Hall. Proceedings, Nov. 26, 
1850. Boston, 1850. 46 p. 8". Pam. v. 197, 527. 

Constitutional Reform. Review of A. B.Johnson's Manual'. From 
Utica Daily Gazette. Utica, N.Y. 1846. 7 p. 8". Pam. v- 530. 

Constitutional ( The) Eight of the Legislature of Great-Britain to 
tax the British Colonies in America, impartially stated***. Loud., 
Ridley, 1768. 60 p. 8". 

Continuation of the State of New-England r Being a farther account 
of the Indian War. Lond., 1676. See Drake's Old Indian Chron. 

Controversy ( The) between Great -Britain and her Colonies review- 
ed. 1769. 207, Iv, p. See [Knox,W.]. Cat. 1855. 

Controversy ( The) between M- B. and Queero, which appeared in the 
Alexandria newspapers in the year 1817, on some points of Roman 

Catholicism and appendix. .By a Protestant. Alexandria, 1818. 

236 p. %". 

Conversation (A) between Dominie and Patrick; or the Bible vs. 
the Papacy. By Rev. T. R. Rawsoit? Albany, 1860. 120 p. 12°. 

Conversation on Latent Heat. By Jacob Perkins, iorai?., 1830. No 
title page. 24 p. 8°; Pam. v. 402. 

Conversation with a Churchman upon Religious Matters. . . .By the 

Rector of Trinity Church in the county of . By R. Washbon. 

Albany, 1858. 44p.l2'>. Pam. v. 622. 

Convict Treatment, and National Defences. . By If. H. ^. London, 
1847. vii, 79 p. 8°. Pam. v. 403. 

Conway, F.W. Catalogue of the Library of, sold. New-Tork, May 
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Penal Sanctions of Laws : Assize Sermon ■ jEz. vii, 26. 2d edition, Lon- 
don, 1728. 

Scripture DifQculties : 2i>e(.iii, 16. Oxford, 1733. 

Sermon, H. of Commons, True Patriotism; Thanlisgiving, Ap. 25, 1749. 
London. 

Sermon, H.of Lords, Accession to the throne : jfs. Ixsxviii, 72. Oxibrd, 
1751. 

Sermon, Bristol, Sons of tlie Clergy : James i, 27. Oxford, 1752. 

Sermon, Soc. in Duhlin for Prot. Working Schools, May 8, 1751. London, 
1752. With Proceedings. 

CoNTBEAEE, John Josias. Illustrations of Anglo-Saxon Poetry.,.. 
Edited. . .by W. D. Conybcare. London, 1828. xcvi, 288 p. 4°. 

OONTBEARE, W. J. Essays, Ecclesiastical and Social. Reprinted with 
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Cook, Flftrius J. Home- Sketches of Esses County— First number. 
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Cook, Geo. H. On a Subsidence of the Land on the Sea-coast of New- 
Jersey and Long- Island. ( From Am.. Jour, of Science, Nov. 1857). 
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Cooke, Rev. Alexander. Worke, More Works, and a little more worke 
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unto. . .London, W.Jones, 1628. viii, 152 p. sm. 4". 

Cooke's (G-. A.) Topogeaphioal Libbart, or British Traveller's 
Pocket Companion. Cambridge. Cumberland. Kent. Oxfordshire. 
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Cooke ( Prof. Josiah P.), jr. Elements of Chemical Physics. Bos- 
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CooKEt ( William), esq. Memoirs of Samuel Foote, esq., with a col- 
lection of Lis genuine ton-mots . . . and three of his dramatic pieces, 
not published in Ms works. New-York, 1806. 2 v. 12°. Reprint. 

CooKBSLBT, Rev. W. Q-. A Letter to the Abp. of Duhlin on the nature 
... of Mias Sellon's establishment at Plymouth called the Sisters of 
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Cool (A) Reply to a Calm Address lately published by Mr. John Wes- 
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Cool Thoughts, on the Consequences to Great -Britain of Americaa 
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and defence of the American Colonies; on the ¥alue and impor- 
tance of the American Colonies and the West-Indies to the British 
Empire. By Joseph Galloway. London, 1780. 70 p. 8". 

Cool Thoughts on the Present Situation of our Public Affairs : In 
a Letter to a friend in the country. ByB. Franklin. Philadelphia, 
1764. 22 p. 8". 

CooLETt, James E. Speech, before the Democracy of Syracuse. .... 

New-York, 1853. 40 p.— Parties and Partizans in New-York 

Speech, N.Y. Sen., June 2, 1853. Pam. v. 530. 

EcTiew of the Administration of Gen. Pierce .... Speech, at a 

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OooLEY (Timothy M.), B.D. Sketches of the Life and Chataeter of 
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CooPEa's. .Gas Regulator and Governor, Philadelphia. 8°. Pam, v. 298. 

OoopbrI, Rev. Mr- History of South- America .... London, 1789. 
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Cooper, Allen. The Gradual Development of tlio, .character of Christ 
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[ ]. Two Speeches made in the House of Peers : The one Nov.20, 

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[ Cooper] (Anthony A.), Third Earl of Shaftcsburyf. Sensua Com- 
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Letters from the. ..Earl of Shaftesbury to R. Moleaworth, esq. 

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Cooper, Anthony (Ashley), SeventTi Earl of Shaftesbuj-y. Employ- 
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OooPERt, B. Branshy. A Letter to a Clergyman on the peculiar tenets 
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Cooper, C. Campbell. Identities : of Light and Heat, of calorie and 
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Cooper, Charles H. and Thompson. Athense Cantahtigienses. Vol, i, 
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Cooper's (Dr.E.) TJniveesal Magnetic Balm. Who shall decide, 
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COOPEB, Jane. Some Account of the Life and Death of ; . , London, 
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Cooper, Rev. Thomas. Facts Illustrative of the condition of the negro 
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Cooper, Samuel, A Sermon preached Ap. 9, 1760, at the ordination 
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Ooopeestown Seminary. Circular, 1859, Pam. v- 456. 

CooTE, Gen. Sir E. A Plain Statement of Facts relative to Sir Eyre 
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Copernicus, N. Nicolai Copernici Torinensis de Revolution! bus 
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CopLESTONt (Edward), I>. J?. Sermon, Chester, Nov. 5, 1826 : John 
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CoPWATt, George. Organization of a New Indian Territory east of 

the Missouri River : Arguments and reasons snbmitted to the 

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CoB.NET, Dolton. Curiosities of Literature, hy I. D'Israeli, esq 

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Critical (A) and Historical Account of all the celebrated libraries in 

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Davidson, James. Bibliotheca Devoniensis : a Catalogue of the 
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Da VIES, Eev. Roger. An Explanation of the Principles of the Chria- 
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don, 1726. 136 p. S". Pam. v. 338. 

DAViBSt, Rev. Samuel. A Sermon delivered at Nassau Hall, Jan. 14, 
1761, on the death of. .G-eorge II. . .To which is prefixed, A brief 
account of the life, character and death of the author. By David 
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Da VIES, Thomas. Priae Essay on the evils which are produced by late 

hours of business With a preface by B. W. Noel. London, 1843. 

viii, 39 p. 8='. Pam. V. 429. 

DAViLAt, Enrico C. Dell 'Istoria dellc G-ucrrc eivili di Franeia. Mi- 
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Davtla, Gil G-onealez- Teatro Ecleaiastico de la primitiva Iglesia de 
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memorables de sua sedes. Al. .rey Don Filipe Quarto de la Espa- 
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Tomo segundo. Madrid, 1649, 1655. 14 p. prelim., 308, 7 ; 16 

prelim., 238 p. 2v.f. 

Davis, Alex. 8, A Loud Call to the Citizens of the Nation . , laveati- 
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Davis, Andrew Jackson. Tlie Principles of Nature, her divine reve- 
lations, and a voice to mankind. By and through A. J, Davis, the 
" Poughkeepsie Seer" and "Olairvojact." In three parts. .. .5th 
edition. New-York, 1850. xxvi, 786 p. 8°. 

The Philosophy of Spiritual Intercourse ; Being an explanation 

of modern mysteries. New- York, 1851. 176 p. 8". 

The Approaching Crisis : Being a review of Dr. BushnclPs recent 

lectures on supematuralism. New-York, .1852. 8°. 

The Penetralia : Being harmonial answers to important ques- 
tions..***. 3d edition. Boston, 1857. 328 p. 8°. 

DAvist (Emerson), CD., Westfield, Mass. Church Extension : Two 
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1 the Mexican War, U.S. H. of K., 

Davis, G-eorge Lynn-Lachlan. Tho Day-Star of American Freedom ; 
or the birth and early growth of toleration in the Province of Mary- 
land, with a sketch of the colonization upon the Chesapeake and its 
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Davis, George K. Annual Address, Eenaselaer County Agricultural 
Society, Sept. 24, 1852. Also, an address delivered to the Society, 
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Davis ( George T.), of Mass. Speech, U.S. H. of Rep., Jan. 1852, on 
the Mexican indemnity bill, 8". Pam. v. 486. 

Davis! ( Henry), D.D. An Inaugural Oration, delivered February 21, 
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Sermon Delivered to the Candidates for the Baccalaureate in 

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Davis, Henry Edwards. An Examination of the fifteenth and six- 
teenth chapters of Mr. Gibbon's History "**. London, 1787- iv, 

284 p. 8". 

Davis, Hewitt. Farming Es'fays Seccnd series. London, 1850. 90 
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Davis (Jefferson), of Mississippi Speech, U.S. Sen., Jan. 10, 1850, 
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Speech, U.S. Sen , Feb 19, 1849, on the Coast Survey. 8". Pam. 

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Davis, JEeu. John. Sermon, Society of Unitarian Christians ; Luke 
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Davis, Rev. Sheldon. Shekomeko ; or the Moravians in Datchesa Co. 
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Davis, W. B, Southern Book. — Origin of the Constitution. Inoorpo- 
ration of the G-eneral Government by the States, as National Puhlic 
Agents in Trust, with no sovereignty. . , .History of the Puritans- 
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Supplement to Southern Book. Wilmington, N.C. 1866. 185 - 

298 p. 8". 

Davison, John. Sormon.LentAssizca, Oxford, March 6, 1817 : Eom. 
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Jiine 2, 1817 : -Rom. xii, 11. London. 4". Pam. v. 1009. 

DavissoN, John. A Vindication of the Protestant ministers mission : 
Being a sermon at Taunton. . .2d edition. London, 1720. 96 p, 8°. 
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DavtI, Sir HumpLrey. SixDisoonrses delivered before the Eoya! So- 
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Davy! ( John), M.D., F.B.S. The West- Indies before and since slave 
emancipation. . . .Observations collected during a three year's resi- 
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Davts, Bp. G-eorge. On the Principal Officers of the Church ; On 
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Dawes, Rufus, The Valley of the Nashaway ; and other poems. Eos- 
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Dawes, Ahp. Sir William. [ Sermons] in 1 v. 8". Contents : 

Sermon, before the Queen : Phil, i, 27. London, 1704. 

Plots of the Komanists : a Sermon, Nov. 5, 1705 ; Ps.cxsix, 1-i. Lond. 

Almsgiving ; Sermon, St. Giles' Charity Schools, 1706. London. 

Times of War, Times for. . .repentance r Fast Sermon. 2d ed. Lond. 1807 

Sermons (12) preached upon several occasions before King William and 
Queon Anne. London, 1709. 208 p. 

Sermon before Lord Mayor., .and Gov. of the Hospitals, April25, 1709 ; 
Zu. xiv, 12, 14. London, 1709. 

Sermon, Relief of widows and orphans of clergymen : jlds xx, 35. Lon- 
don, 1709. 

Sermon before Parliament, Jan. 30, 1710. London, 1711. 

Sermon before Parliament, Mar. 8, 1711, Accession to tho tlirone : Psaim, 
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Dawson, Henry B. G-leaninga from the Harvest-field of Amerioan 
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tion,1860. 169p.roy.8°. 

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mineral resources of the neighbouring provinces of British- America. 
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Day's Bank Note List and Counterfeit Dbteotok. Sept. 8, 
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Day, &eo. Q. Defeat of the Anti-eorn-Iaw league in Huntingdonshire. 
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Sermon. . .Ordination of the Rev. Leverett Griggs. . ,in North- 
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Day, S.Mills. Pencilings of Light and Shade. Sohenectady, 1850. 

70 p. 12". 
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the independence of America. 3d edition. Lond., 1783. 129 p. 8". 
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Dayton and Miohtgan Baileoad Company. First Exhibit. . . .of 
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J)iacourae, Church Miss. Society : 2 Coj-. V, 14. London, 1813. 

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Dealtry, William. Money, its history, evils and remedy. Albany, 
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Dean+, Amoa; The True Method of studying and teaching hiatory : 

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Dean (Gilbert), of N.Y. Speech, U.S. H. of R., on the Public Ex- 
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DEANBt, Samuel. Tlie New-England Farmer ; or G-eorgical Dictionary, 
containing a, compendious account of the ways and methods in which 
the most important art of Lusbandrj, in all its various hranches, ia 

or may be practised to the greatest advantage in this country 

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Dearborn, W. L. Description of a Bailroad Eoute from St. Louis to 

San Francisco, in Letter to P. P-F. Degrand 1849. Boston, 

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Death op Geneeal Montgomekt. See [ Brackenridge, H. H.], 

Death ( The) Wareant of Kegro Slavery throughout the British 
dominions. London, 1829. 38 p. 8". Pam. v. 437. 

Debate ( The) in the House of Commons on Wednesday Feb. 27, 1771, 

on the Nullum Temp us Act. London, Almon, 1771. 74 p. 8°. 

Pol. Tr. V. 6. 

Debate in the House of Commons, Mar. 2, 1790, on the motion of Mr. 
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58 p. 8°. Pam. v. 319. 

[De Beaulieu, iien. Luke]- A Disoourae shewing that Proteatanta 
are on the safer side. . .London, 1687. 43 p. 8-. Pam. v. 355. 

De Bow'st ( J. D. B.) Eeview, and Industrial Eeaouroea and Statis- 
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Debeett's Baeohetagb of England, revised, corrected and con- 
tinned, hy Geo. William CoUen, esq. London, 1840. 8". 

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De Buar, B^. Richard. PtiloTjihlon ; a Treatise on the love of hooks : 

Written in mcccxliv, and translated from. the first edition, 

MCCCCLXXiir, with aome collations. By John B. Inglis. London, 
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Decimai Association. Debate on the decimal coinage question in 

the H. of Commons, Jan. 12, 1855. With remarks Lond., 1855. 

37 p. 8". Pam. v. 427. 

Deokek, C. von. De Kleice Oorlog in den geest der nieuwe krijgs- 
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Semiion, to the Memory of Sir Sidney S.Smythe.. .London, 1778. 
The Scripture Doctrine of grace explained ; Sermon on Conversion of St. 

Paul. London, 1780. 
The Excellency of the Sacred Writings ; Sermon. . . .to purchase bibles to 

distribute among the navy and army. London, 1780. Anon,. 
George the Third; or Faint sketches for a true portrait. ..2d ed. London, 

1820. xi, 142p. 
Universal Benevolence. ... a sermon, London. School of Instruction and 

Industry, Loudon, 1820. xxsii, 48 p. — Account of the School, 1820. 

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BeUham Pulpit ; or Sermons by the Pastors of tlie First Clnirch in 

Deilham, in tliG 17th and 18th centuries. Ed- hy E- Burgess, DD- 

Boston, 1840. 517 p. 8^ 
Deensche Speaakkttnst, gevolgd door eenlge spreekwijzen, lees- en 

yertaaloefeningen, Amsterdam, 1854. 18°. 
Deep River Minino and Teanspoetation Company, N.C. Charter. 

Albany, 1851. 8». Pam. y. 571. 
Debeing, W. a Brief Account . , .of the office for. . .coalwhippers of 

the Port of London. London. 1851. 47 p. 8^ Pam. t. 429. 
Defence ( The) of our military seaports. By a retired military officer. 

London, 1852. 24 p. 8". Pam. y. 406. 

Defence (A) of Religious Liberty, in a 
Author of " Letters on Prejudice.". . 
Pam. V. 346. 

Defence (A) of some Proceedings lately depending in Parliament, to 
render more effectual. . .the Nullum Tempus act. With an appendix 
. . .concerning. . .the Duke of Portland. . .and Sir James Lowther. 
London, Almoa, 1771. 52 p. 8'. Pol. Tr. v. 6. 

Defence of the Character of Thomas Jefferson, against a Writer in 
the N.Y. Review and Quar. Church Journal. By a Virginian. New- 
York, 1838. 8°. Pam. v. 195. 

Defence of the Convention of the Prot. Epis. Church in the State of 
Massachusetts, against certain editorial statements of the Paper, 
called "The Banner of the Church." Boston, 18.32. 8°. Pam.Y.200. 

Defence of the Enquiry, 1729. See Enqniry,1727. 

Defence of the Minority in the H. of Commons, on the question re- 
lating to general warrants. Bij Charles Townshend. . .And a Defence 

of the Majority ly Charles Jjloyd. 6th edition. Dublin, 1765. 

37 p. 8^ Pam. Y. 450. 

Defence (A) of the Resolutions and Address of the American Congress, 
in reply to Taxation and Tyranny. By the Author of Regulus. To 
which are added, General Remarks on the leading principles of that 
work, as published in the London Evening Post of the 2d and 4th 
of May. . . London (1775). 96 p. 8°. 

DBfENOE (A) of the Right Hon. the Earl of Shelbume,-from the re- 
proaches of his numerous enemies. . . 4th edition. By D. O'Bryen. 
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Defence of the Eights of the Christ. Church, 1707. See [ Tindal, M.]. 
Defence (A) of the Scripture History. . .in answer to Mr. Woolston's 

Discourse on our Saviour's miracles, . . .By H- Subbing. Loudon, 

1730. 68 p. 8". Pam. y. 309. 
Defence (A) of the Society of the Sons of the Clergy, of our church 

establishment and of divine revelation, iu oonsequenae of the late 

attacks. . . by W, Burdon, esq By a late steward. . . .Newcastle, 

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Defenses du Beau Sexe ; ou M^moires historiqucs, philosophiques 
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Db Pobest, John W. History of the Indians of CoBneeticut, from the 

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Conn. Hist. Society.**** Hartford. . .1853. 8°. 
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DelapondI, 0. Typhus do I'Esp 6 cc Bovine ; Ext. da Jour. d'Agric. 
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DELAaENBvaifeiiE, M. M^thode de guSrir les hernies. . . Paris, 1766. 
132 p. 12°. — Description d'un nouveaw bandage propre aux descentes 
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Db LANCEvt ( "William H.), D.D., Bp. Farewell Letter to the 

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The Faithful Bishop. Sermon, Consecration of. . .Manton East- 
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Episcopal Address. . . Aug. 19, 1846. Utica, W. N.Y., 1846. 40 

p. 8". — A Charge to the Clergy, . .Aug. 15, 1855 ... On the avenuea 
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A Charge to the Clergy of the Diocese of Western New-York, 

delivered Aug. 15, 1849. . . On religious training, being the Second 
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I. Eeport. . .to the Convention of the Dioeese of Western N.Y., of 

the mission to England the Third Jubilee of the Soo. for the 

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une Bibliograptie sp^ciale des catalogues qui les ont d^crits. Paris 
et & Lyon, 1812. 3 v. 8^. 

Memoires bibliograpliiquea et littSraires. Paris, Lyon, 1817. 

488 p. 8". 

Ootttaina, the Libraries of Lyons; Essay on Manuscripts; Manuscriptiana; 
and a History of Printing, with A Special Bibliography of works on 
printing, etc. 



- Bibliotheque de Lyon. Catalogue dea Livres qu'elle 
dans la classe des belles-lettres, avee des remarques litt^rairea et 
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alive. Philadelphia, 1854. 8". Pam. v. 260. 
Delany, Patrick. Sermon, Society for Protestant Schools in Ireland, 

1744 : Jo/m xiii, 24. London, 1744. 4». Pam. v. 1010. 
DeIiAPALMe, M. Premier Livre de I'enfance, ou Esercices de lecture 

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II Premier Livre de I'adolescence, ou Excrciccs do lecture, -Paris, 

Hachette, 1857. 144 p. 18°. 
De la PiLLONifiBE, Prancia. An Answer to the Kev. Dr. Snape'a 

accusation. . .containing an account of his behaviour and sufferings 

amongst the Jesuits. . .An appendix of letters from Jesuits. .With 

a preface by the Bishop of Bangor. London, 1717. sxi, 72, 23 p. 

8°. Pam. V. 351. 

A Eeply to Dr. Snape'a vindication of a passage iu his second 

letter to the Bishop of Bangor, relating to Mr. Pilioniere . . . With 
a Letter to Dr. Snape, hy the Lord Bishop'of Bangor. London, 
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Delaplaine'sI ( J.) Prospectus of National Panzographia, for t 
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DULAUNE, WilHam. Sermon, H. of Commons, Jan. 30, 1702 ; Martyr- 
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Sermon before the Lord Mayor, li'ebruary 22, 1713 : Ps. ii, 5. 

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Delay AN+, Edward C. Speech at a meeting of the friends of Mr. 
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Trust Deed of a Cabinet of Shells to Union College, Sehenec 

tady, N.Y. July 27, 1855. 7 p. 8». Pam. v. 492. 

Letter to Gov. King, of N.T. : An Appeal for co-operation in 

the Temperance reform. Albany, 1867. 24 p, 8". — Adulterations of 
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Delawabe and Raritan Canal Company. First Report, 1831. — 

Reports for 1856, 57, 58. See New-Jersey. 
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Delays oangeeous : No to-morrow for the repeal of the Test and 
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Delbas, A.E. See Aasiento que se tom6 con 

Dbleait {Dr.) Jcuno. Traitd dn Cath^terisme de !a ttompe d'eustache, 

et de I'emploi de Pair atmosphfirique dans lea maladies de I'oreille 

mojcnne.*** Paris, 1838. xssiii, 424 p. and plates. 8°. 
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DelesohAmps, Pierre. DesMordana, desYerniset des Planches, dans 

I'art du grayeur ; ou Traite complet de la gravure. . . . Paris, 1836. 

284 p. and plates, 8". 

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Delius, Edward. Statistical Almanack for the year 1844. 
240 p. 18". 11 portraits. 

Dell, Rev. William, The Doctrine of Baptisms, reduced from its 
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[De Lolhe, John Louis]. The History of the Flagellants, or the 
Advantages of Discipline ; being a Paraphrase and Commentary on 
the Historia FlagcUautium of the Abb^ Boileau, Doctor of the Sor- 
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London, 1777. 340 p. 4". 

Observations upon the late National Embarrassments, and the 

proceedinga in parliament relative to the same. London, 1789. 81 
p. 8-. Pam. V. 411. 

Delprat, J. C. De Wet op de Convoijen en Linenten voor het koning- 
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Demabest ( iJeu. David D.), of Hudson. The Manly, Independent 
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History and Obaracteri sties of the Reformed Protestant Dutch 

Church. New-Tork, 1856. 12-. 

Demilt Dispensatory in the City of New-York. 5th Annual Report, 
&e. 1856. Pam. v. 243.— 6th Report, N.Y. 1857, 8-. Pam. v. 506. 



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Democratic ANrrMAsoNic State Convention, Harriaburg, Penn-, 
Eeb. 22, 1832. Prooeedmga. 8-. Pam. v. 194. 



Democratic G-enekal Committee of the State of New-Hampshire : 
Nomination of Geu. Houston, Oct. 11. Concorcl, N.H. 1854. 11 p. 
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Democratic MBETiNa in tto Park, New- York City, Sept. 26, 1853. 
New-Yori. 16 p. 8". Pam. v. 527. 

Demockatic Nationai, Qonvehtion at Baltimore, June 1852. Pro- 
ceedings. Washington, D.0. 1852. 44 p. 8°.— The same ; auother 
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Demochatic Republican State Contention, Syracuse, July 24, 
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Democeatic Eepublicans opposed to the Snb-treasury and special 
deposit aehemea. . .Proceedings at a meeting, New-York City, Jan. 
2, 1838. 8". Pam. v. 194. 
" DEMOORATiot Review. Vol. 40, 41, 42 ; July 1857 -Dec, 1858. N. 
York. 3 V. 8°. — See also United States Democratic Reyiew. 

Demockatio State Convention, Connecticut. Address of the State 
Convention, Middletown, Jan. 28, 1835, to the Democrats of Con- 
necticut, . .New- Haven. 16 p. 8". Para. v. 526. 

Democratic State Convention, Utica, June 22, 1848. Address, 
with Mr. Van Buren's letter. 16 p. 8". Pam. v. 527. 

Democratic State Convention at Rome, August 1849. Address. 
Albany, 1849. 24 p. 8". Pam. v. 527. 

Democratic State Convention, Syracuse, Jan. 10, 11, 1856. Pro- 
ceedings and Address. Albany, 1856. 31 p. 8". Pam. v. 259, 537. 

Demokeatisoh-reptiblikanische StaAis-Convention, Syracuse, 
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Demogeot, J. Histoire de la LittSrature Fran^aise depuis ses origines 
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DiMOSTHENEBt. Demosthenis quas supersunt, . ,Ed. Joannes Jacobus 
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Wolfius. Ed G. H. Schsefer. Tomus Tertius. London, 1826.— 

Indices Operum Demosthenis confecit J. J, Eeiske. Ed. G-.. H. Sehse- 
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The Orations of Demosthenes against the Law of Leptines, Mi- 

" ., Androtion and Aristo'crates. Trans., ivith notes, &c. hy 0, K. 
London, Bohn, 1856. 12°. 
— ' — Diaconrs de Demosth^ce sur la Conronne. . .Notes en Frangais 

parE.Sommer. Pans, Haohette, 1854. 171 p. 12". 
Denham, Sir John. Coopers-Hill : a Poem. London, 1709. 16 p. 4°. 

Pam. V.397. 
Demham, John E. Sermon, on the Death of George III : Nek.xiu, 

26. 1820, London. 8". Pam. v. 382. 



Demo (H.) and O'Connor, C. Opinions as to the Constitutionality 
of transferring funds of depositors in Savings hank to the State . . . 
New- York, 1853. 8. Pam. t. 464. 

Denis, Michael. Die Metkwurdigkeiten der k, k. garelliachen offentl. 
Bibliothek a-m Theresiano. Wien, 1780. 760 p., index & 21 plates. 4". 

Wiens Buchdruckergcschichte his mdlx, . . Wien, 1782. 694 p. 

and indescs. 4°, 

Supplement to Annales Typographici. iSee Maittaire, M. 

Denne (J.), D.D. Sermon, 1731. See Soc. Prop, the G-oapeh 
Dennebton, E. a Scheme for advancing and improving the ancient 

and noble revenue of excise upor 
Discovering also the frauds. , 
p. 4". Pam. V. 408. 
De Petsteb+, J. Watts. The History of the Life of Leonard Tor- 
stenson. . . .Generalissimo of the Swedish armies subsequent to the 
death of Gustavus Adolphus***. 25th July, 1855. . .Poughkeepsie, 
N.Y. 284 p. 8". 

The Dutch in the North Pole and the Dutch in Maine : a Paper 

read before the New-York Historical Society New-Tork, 1857. 

8". Pam. V.253. 

The History of Caraasius, the Dutch Augustus, and Emperor of 

Britain, Zeeland, Dutch Flanders, Armorica and the seas; the 
great first Hollandish admiral, and the first sailor king of England, 
with which is interwoven aa, , .account of the Menapii. . . .Pough- 

■i,1858. sxvi,335p.8». 



DEFONst, F. Travels in South-America during the years 1801, 1802, 
1803 and 1804 ; containing a description of the ('aptain- General- 
ship of Caraceas . . . Trans, from the French. London, 1807. 2 v. 8°. 

De QI^I^fCETt, Thomas. Writings. Vol. 20, 21 : Memorials and other 
papers. . .In two vol. Boston, 1856. 2 v. 18°. 

Derby!, B. Haskett. Two Months Abroad ; or A Trip. .In Aug. and 
Sept. 1843. By a Railroad Director of Massachusetts. Boston, 1844. 
64 p. 8". Pam. v. 199. 

The Catholic : Letters addressed by a Jurist to a young kins- 
man proposing to join the Church, of Rome. Boston, 1856. 12°. 

[ Dekbv, Lieut. Geo. H.] , See Phoenix, J., Phcenisiana. 



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Dbrecourt, Henry. Colonial and International Postage. . .Informa- 

tion on postal affairs. . .London, 1854. 62 p. 8". Pam. v. 425. 
Deeham (William), D.J3. As tro- Theology ; or a Demonstration of 

the Being and Attributes of God, from a survey of the heavens . . . 

8th edition. London, 1741. Ivi, 246 p. 8°. . . 

Dermout, I. J. Funeral Sermon, .in Memory of H. M. Fred. Louiaa 

Wilheimina, Queen of the Netherlands : Rom. ii, 29. Trans, by J. 

Marshall. The Hague, 1837. 8". Pam. ¥. 380. 
Descemet, Dr. Lettre. . . . a M. Rous, sur les m^thodes de traitor la 

goutte sereine. . . Juillet 1773. 10 p. 12". Pam. v. 612. 
DBSCHAMrs, Emile. Etudes frangaisea et etrangerca. 3= edition. Paris, 

1829. 8". 
De Schweinitz, Eev. E. Sermon. See Moravian Church. 
DBSCRirTiON exaete de tout oe qui a'eat paas6 dans les guerres entre le 

Roy d'Angleterre, le Koy de France, los Estats des Provinces Unies 

du Pays Uas, et I'Evesque de Muaster. Commensant de I'on 1664 - 

1667. Avec une introduction prSUminaire, contenant I'exile et la 

restitution du present Boi d'Angleterre, etc. Amsterdam, 1668. 

243 p. sin. 4°. 
DesOkiption ( The) of a Parliament in no instance similar to the 

present.*** London, Almon, 1769. 32 p. 8°. Pol. Tr. v. 5. 
DEScaiPTiON (A) of Georgia, by a Gentleman wlio has resided there 

upwards of seven years. ..London, 1741. See Force's Tracts, v, 2. 

Description (A) of the Province of South Carolina, drawn up at 
Charles Town, in Sept. 1731. By Mr. Furry. See Force's Tr. v. 2. 

Description of the Windward Passage and Gulf of Florida Pro- 
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W. I. London, J. Applebee, 1739. 28 p. 4°. 

Dbshates, G. p. Description des Coquillea caracteristiquea des ter- 
rains. Paris, 1831. 8°. 



DE[a] Moinb[s] Navigation & Railroad Company. First Annual 
Report, Aug. 1855. Albany, 1855. 8". Pam. v. 256. 

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Despaze, Joseph. The Five Men ; or a Review of the proceedings and 
principles of the Executive Directory in France, together with the 
Lives of its present members ( Letourneur, Rewbell, Lepaux, Barras 
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DBBPERRifeRES, M. Poissonnier. Traite des Fiovres de I'lsle de St. 
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changer la nourriture des gens de mev. Paris, 1780. 311 p. 8°. 

Dbsprez, Hippolyte. Les Peuples de I'Autriche et de la Turqttie. 
Histoire contemporaine des Illyriens, des Majgars, des Roumains, 
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Debsaix, C. J. E. Thesis Medica : An Medicina cceteria scientiis sit 
antiquior, nobilior et utilior ? 1758. Vesuntione. 20 p. 12". Pam, 
V. 612. 

Thesis Medica. .. . De Digestionc. 1758. Vesuntione. 9 p. 12". 

Pam. v. 612. 

DessacLles, L. a. Six Lectures aur 1' Annexion du Canada aux Etats 

Unia. ^Montreal, 1851. 199 p. 12°. Pam. v. 503. ' 
Db SAUSsruE, Henry William. An Oration, 4 July 1826. Columbia, 

S.C. 1828. 30 p. 12°. Pam. v. 532. 
DESTJLToaT Ueflections on the new political aspects of affairs in the 

U.S. America since. . .the commeneement of 1799. Parts 1, 2. N. 

York, 1800. 8". Pam. v. 2. B. 0. 
DEiJTecHE BiLDEB, Kalender, 1851. Baltimore. 4°. Aim. v. 42. 

De Veaux College. Annual Pveport to tte Legislature, Feb. 10, 
1858. Assem. Doc. — Proceedings at the opening. ... at Suspension 
Bridge, 1857 ; together with the Will of the founder. Buffalo, 1857. 
35 p. 8°. Pam. v. 479. 

Deventer, Netherlands. Verslag van Burgemeester en Wethouders 
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gemeente in, 1851, 52, 53, 54. Deventer, 1851 ^ 55.~ With, Ont- 
werp van den staat van hegrooting van inkomaten en uitgaven van : . 
18H.— And, Gemeenteblad van Deveater, N^l-SS, 1852-57. 
In 1 V. 8°. 

Dbvol ( Bei). Charles), M.D. Anti-Universalism, in four lectures. . . 
Sandy-Hill, N.Y. 1843. 8°. Pam, t. 267. 

Revealed Religion Philosophical : a Thanksgiving Lecture. . . 

Alhauy, No¥. 24, 1853. With, The Biography of a Drop of Water. 
Albany, 1853. 24 p. 8". Pam. v. 267. 

Multum in Parvo ; Captivity of the humaa race. . .running hi- 
story of earth and time. . .Albany, 1857. 23 p. 8°. 540. 

Devon, Bug. The Case of the County of Devon, with, respect to the 
consequences of the new excise duty on oyder and perry .-.By Benr 
jamin Heath. London, 1763. 32 p. 4°. Pam. v. 1011. 

Devon Meeting, Jan. 16, 1829. [Catholic Emancipation.] 32 p. 8°. 
Pam. V. 414. 

Dewey ( B.) et at. A True and Concise Narrative of . . . . difSculties. 
See Dartmouth College, 1815. 

Dewey, D. M. History of the strange sounds or rappings heard in 
Rochester and Western New-York, . . .Rochester, 1850. 79 p. 12°. 
Pam. V.563. 

DawBTt (Orville), D.D. The Claims of Puritanism. A Sermon, An- 
nual Election Mass. : Ps. Ixxiii, 2, 3. Boston, 1826. 8". Pam. 

V. 557. 

The Laws of Human progress and Modern reforms : A Lecture, 

Merc. Lih. Assoc. N.York. New-York,1852. 8". Pam. v. 241. 

Dbwbt, William. Suggestions, urging the construction of a railroad 
from Rome to Watertown and Cape Vincent. ( From Black River 
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Dewey, William : 

■ Ecmarlts, N.Y. Assembly, March 1854, on the Bill for the sup- 

pressioa of intemperance. 8°. Pam. v. 234. 

Dewhibst, Rev. E. Diacourse on the subject of the late Papal 

eaoroaehinent, Zlon Chapel. Jersey, Eng. 1850. 8°. Pam. v. 347. 

De WiTTt, Cornelius & Johan. Hietoire de la "Vie et de la Mort des 
■ dens illustres frerea : . , . Enriehie de plusieurs mcmoires . . Utrecht, 
1709. 2 V. 18°. 

Hewitt ( Thomas), D.D. A Discourse delivered in the North Re- 
formed Dutch Church... Aug. 1856. New-York, . .1857. 100 p, 8°. 

Dbxtbk ( G-.) and Neliegar. Catalogue of Philosophical apparatus, 
Albany, 1842. 8^ Pam. v. 551.— Eor 1856. 152 p. 8". Pam. v. 298. 

Dbxteb, Samuel. Reminiscences of Samuel Dexter, originally written 

for the Boston Evening Transcript. By Sigma, i. e. L. M. Sargent. 

Boston, 1857. 96 p. 18". 
DiALOGUK (A) at Oxford, between a Tutor and a gentleman formerly 

his pupil, concerning government. London, 1681. 21 p. 4". Pam. 

V.407. , 
DiALOGTiE (A) between the Devil and a Soeiniaa divine. Edinburgh, 

1791. 32 p. 8". Pam. v. 316. 
Dialogue concerning Slavery, 1776. See [ Hopkins, 8.]. 
Dialogue (A) exhibiting some of the principles and practical eonse- 

quenees of modern infidelity. Preface by R. S. Storrs. Sag-Harbor, 

1806. 24 p. 12". T.Pam. v. 528. 
Dialogue on Devotion, 1733. See [ Amory, T.]. 
DiART of the Siege of Londonderry ; Life of William III. London, 

1702. 142 p. 12". Pam. v. 233. 
DiBDiNt ( Thomas Frognall ), D.D., LL.D., F.R.S.A. See Director. 
[ ] Bibliography ; a Poem, in sis books. Book I. Signed T.E,D. 

London,1812. 24 p. 8". No.titlepage. 

The Bibliomania, or Book-Madness ; containing some account 

of the history, symptoms and cure of this fatal disease. In an epistie 
addressed to Eichard Hober, esq. London, 1809. 88 p. 8°. 

Bibliotheoa Spenoeriana ; or a Descriptive Catalogue of the 

books printed in the fifteenth century,' and of many valuable first 
editions in the library of G-eorge John, Earl Spencer, K.6. &c.&e.&o. 
London, 1814, 15. 4 v. 8". 

' .Sdes Althorpianfe ; or an Acoount of the mansion, books and 
pictures at Althorp, the residence of George John, Earl Spencer. To 

which is added a Supplement to the Bibliotheca Spenoeriana 

London, 1822. 2 v. 8". 

A Descriptive Catalogue of the books printed in the fifteenth 

century, lately forming part of the library of the Duke di Cassano 
Cerra, and now the property of George John, Earl Spencer ; with 
a general index of authors and editions contained in the present 
volume, and in the Bibliotheca Spenceriana and ^des Althorpiana;. 
LondoH, 1823. 1 v. 8". 

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Tlie Bibliograpliical Decameron; or Ten Days pleasant discourse 

upon illuminated manuscripts, and subjects connected with early 
engraving, typography and bibliography. London, 1517. 411, 637, 
546 p. 3 V. 8^ 

' A Bibliographical, Antiquarian aad Picturesijue Tour in Franco 

and Germany. Second edition,*** London, 1829. 3 v. 8". 

Voyage Bibliographique, areheologique et pittoresque en France. 

Tome I, II : Trad.. . .avec des Notes, par Th^od. Licquet. . .Tome 
II, III : Trad, par G. A. Crapclet. Paris, 1825. 4 y. 8". 

A Bibliographical, Antiqtiarian and Picturesque Tour in the 

Northern Counties of England, and in Scotland. Loudoa, 1838. 
xxxvi, 1090 p. iu 2 V. S''. 

■ Sermon, on the Demise of H.K.H. Augustus Frederick, Duke of 

Sussex. London, 1843. 15 p. 8°. Pam. v.470. 
DiCKt ( Thomas), D.D. Scientific Tracts, May 1, 1835 : General View 

of the science of astronomy. 24 p. 12°. Pam. v. 233. 
[DiCKENst, Charles]. Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi. Edited by "Boa". 

Philadelphia, 1838. 2 v. 12". 

Dickie, George. Typical Forma and Speoial Ends in Creation. See 
M'Cosh, J. 

to Ameriean Youth on temperance. 

D10KINSON+, Daniel S. Speech, N.T. Senate, on the Bill. . .to repeal, 
with certain limitations, the title of the Revised Statutes, " Of the 
interest of money". New-York. 30 p. 8°. Pam. v. 270. 

Address to the People of Ireland, 1844. See Albany Democratic 

Keformer. ^ 

Speech, U.S. Senate, on the Oregon question. Washington, 1846. 



Sectional Agitation : Speech, U.S. Senate, Jan. 17, 1850, on Mr. 
' resolutions. 8 p. 8°. Pam. v. 486. 

An Address, . .Law Department of Hamilton College, July 21, 

1858. Utica, 1858. 8°. Pam. v. 286. 

Dickinson, Rev- Jonathan. Familiar Letters to a Gentleman, upon a 

variety of seasonable and important subjects in religion. . .Boston, 

Rogers & PowIc,-1745. 12". imperfect. 
Dickinson, Sev. Moses. A Sermon preached at the General Election, 

Conn., May 8, 1755 : 1 Tim. ii. 1, 2. New-London, S. Green, 1755.' 

58 p. 18". Pam. v. 603. 

Letter, Notwalk, Conn. 1751. See Hobart, N. 

Dickinson, Rodolphus. A Geographical and Statistical View of Mas- 
sachusetts proper, Greenfield, Denio & Phelps, 1813. 80 p. 8". 

Dickinson, William. The Unconstitutional afld Illegal Ptooeedinga 
of the Pharmaceutical Society, London, 8". Pam, v. 246. 

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Dickinson College, Pa. Register for 1846-7. Carlisle, Pa. Pam. 
V. 157.— Catalogue, 1850. Cailisle, 1851. 8°. Pam. v. 481. 

Dickinson Seminaet. Tenth Catalogue, 1857- Elmira, N.Y. 1858. 
Cat. V. 456. 

Dickson (Jotn), of N.Y. Speech, U.S. H. of R., May 19, 1834, on 
the Memorial of 3000 electors of Ontario county, N.Y. 8". Pam. 

. Y. 193. 

Dickson (William S.), D.D. A Narrative of the Confinement and 
Exile of William Steele Djolcson, D.D., formerly minister of the 
Preahyterian congvegatioE of Ballyhalbert and Portaferry in the 
county of Down, and now of Keady in the county of Armagh, . . . 
Dnblia, 1812. 371,118 5.8". 

Dictionary (A New Pocket) of the English and Danish languages. 
First Part : English -Danish. Second Pai-t : Danish- English. Leip- 
sic, Tauehnita (1855). 18". 

DiCTioNAET (A New Pocket) of the English and Dutch languages. En- 
glish-Dutch ; Dutch-English. Lcipsic, Tauchnitz (1855). 18°. 

DiCTiONAKY (A New Pocket) of the English and Eussian, and of the 
- Eussian and English languages. Leipsic, Tauchnitz (1855). 18°. 

Dictionary (A New Pocket) of the English and Swedish languages. 
— Andra Delen : Svensk-Engelsk. Leipsic, Tauehnita (1855), 18°. 

DiCTiONNAiRE DES SoiENOES Philosophiques. Par nne Societ© de 
professeurs et do savants sous la direction de M, Ad- Franck. Paris, 
L. Hachette et C'% 1844 - 52. 6 v. 8". 

DlCTiONNAiRE Pban^ais-Allemand-Anglais.. , ,a 1' usage des trois 
nations. Seconde Edition. Leipzig, Brockhaus, 1836. Three title- 
pages. 281, 571, 365 p., in 1 v. sm. 4". 

DiCTiONNAiBE TJniversel FRANpois ET Latin [vulgairement ap- 
pell6 de Tr^vous] ; contenant la signification et la definition tant des 

mots de I'uiie et de I'autre langue la description de toutes lea 

choses naturelles et artifioielles^ . . .aveo des remarques d'^rudition 

et de critique. Nouvelle ( 3'^ ) edition corrigee A Nancy, P. 

Antoine, 1740. With sup'plement, Dictionarium Universale Latino- 
Gallicum, Universali Dictionario Gallico-Latino relativum ac plane 
conciliatum. Nanceii, 1741. 6 v. f°. 

DiETElCHSENt & HANNAY'a EoYAL ALMANACK, London. 1842, 44, 
52,inlv. 8°. 

Difference op tee Case, etc. 1686. See [Clagett, WilliamJ. 

Difficulties. . .of the Study of the SS; See [Har^Fr.]. 

Digestion (De la) et des Maladies de I'estomac, suivant !e ayst6me de 

!a trituration et du hrojement . . . By Hecquet. A Paris 

1712. 18°. 
Dilemmas ( The) of a Churchman, London, 1838. 64 p. 8°. No title. 

Pam. V. 327. 
DiiKE, 0. Wentworth: Catalogue of a Collection of Works on or 

having reference to the exhibition of 1851, in the possession of C 

Wentworth Dilke. 1855. 116 p. 8". 



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DiLLAWAT, O.K. A History of tte Grammar Sctool ; or " The free 
Bctoole of 16i5 in Roxburie," with, biographical sketches. .Boston, 
1860. 202 p. 12°. 

DiLLAYE, Stephen D. Letter to the Hon. H. Cobb. .New- York, 1858. 
16 p. 8".— Second Letter to the Hod. H. Cobb. N.York, July 28, 
1858. 44 p. 8". Pam. y.488. 

Dillon, J.J. Catholic Claims. See Church of Scotland, 1813. 

Dillon, Wentworth. See Koacommon, Earl of. 

DlLWOETH, Thomas. The Schoolmaster's Assistant : Being a Com- 
pendium of Aritbmetlo. . .To which is prefixed an essay on tbe edu- 
cation of youth. . -New-York, 1802. Imperfect. 194 p. 12°. 

Dilwortk's Calculator. See Stoddard, William, 

DiMEDALE, Hon- Baron Thomas. Thoughts on G-oueral and Partial 
Inoculation ; containing a translation of two treatises, .in the Rus- 
sian language. ,, Also, outlines of two plans for the general inocula- 
tion of the poor. . .Loodon, 1776. 70 p. 8". Pam: v. 246. 

Dinsmoee's ( C.) American Eailway Guide, .for the United States. 
Ed. by R. S. Eisher . . .Now-York, 1852, 18". 

DlONTSiUS ( Saint), the Areopagite. Opera Dionysii, veteris et noue 
translationis, etiam nouissime ipius Marsilii Ficiai cum commea- 
tariis Hugonis, Alberti, Thome, Ambrosii oratoiis, Linconiensis et 

Vercellensis. Colo Impressorum Argentine Anno Dni 1502 fini- 

torum in die Vitalis Martyria. f°. — With St.Ignatius's & Polycarp's 
Epistles in Latin. 

DlOSDATio (Baymundus), Caballero. De Prima Typographic His- 
panica) astate specimen. Romse, 1793. 134 p. 4°, 

Dipple's Handbooks. N° 9. The Pig and Poultry keeper's manual. 
London, 1848. 16 p. S". Pam. v. 430. 

DiREDTOii ( The) : A Weekly Literary Journal ; containing ; I, Essays 
... II, Bibliographiana. By T. F. JJibdin . . . iir. Royal Institution, 
analyses of tbe lectures. . . .iv, Britisb Gallery, description of the 
principal pictures. N" 1, Jan, Si-N" 24, July 4. Lend., W. Savage, 
1807. 2 V. 8°. 

DiscouESE. . .of a New Separation, 1689, See [ Still ingfleet, E.]. 

DiscgonsE. . .Adoration of^tho Host, 1685, See [Payne, W.]. 

Discourse of Communion in one kind, 1687. See [Payne, W.]. 

Discourse. . .of the Church of Rome, 1685. See [Stanley, W.]. 

Discourse (A) about the charge of novelty upon the Reformed Church 

of England, made by the Papists. By G. Hascard, D.D. London, 

1685. 34 p. 4°. Pam. V. 356. 
Discourse (A) against profane swearing and cursing. . By W. Assheton, 

D.D.? Dublin, 1698. 4°. Pam. v. 358. 
Discourse against purgatory. Also, Discourse against transubstan- 

tiation, 1684. See [ Tlliotaon, J.].- 
Discourse concerning. ..service, 1685. See [Williams, J. ]- 
Discourse (A) concerning a guide in matters of faith, with respect 

espeeiallyto the Romish pretence. . .By Ab'p. T. Tenison. London, 

1683. 43 p. 4". Pam. V. 354. 



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Djscouesb concerning a judge of coatroversies. See [ Sherlock, W.]. 

DlSOOTiRSE (A) concerning auricular confession. . , .By John Goodman. 
London, 1648 (1684?). 56 p. 4". Pam. v. 354. 

DiSCOBRSE (A) concerning invocation of Sainta. London, 1684. 72 p. 
Pam, V. 356—. Part ii. The Texta examined, &c. 233 - 275 p. 4". 
By Sam. Free^ian, D.D. Imperfect. Pam. v. 357- 

DiSOODKSB (A) concerning Ridicule and Irony in writing, in a letter to 
the Bev. N. Marshall. By A. Collins. Lond., 1729. 77 p. 8°. Pam. 
V.894. 

DiscotrasE concerning the nature of idolatry. See [Wake, W.]. 

DiSCOTjBSE concerning the object of religioua worship. See [Sher- 
lock, W.], 

Discourse (A) concerning the priesthood of Jesus Christ, in which the^ 
date and order. . .are distinctly considered. With a preface in vin- 
dication of the author of the Bp. to the Hehrews. . .London, 1747. 
xxii, 144 p. 8°. Pam. v. 341. 

DiBOOFKSE (A) concerning virtue and religion ; occaaion'd hy some 
late writings. London, 1732. 35 p. 8". Pam. v. 382. 

Discourse (A) of the danger of governing hy one minister. . .or of a 
PiDlysjnody. By C. I.CasteldeSt.Pierre. Done into Ecglish. Lon- 
don, 1728. xvi, 144 p. 8". Pam. v. 

DiaoouKSE (A) on Providence : Being an essay to prove. . . .the divine 
original of the Christian dispensation. Lond., 1747. 46 p. 8". Pam. 

Discourse (A) on the preparation, preservation, and restoration of 
malt liquors. . .By P. 0. J. P. London, 1733. 94 p. 12". 

Disney (John), D.I>- Remarks on the Bishop of Lincoln's charge, 
1812. Bath, 1812. 65 p. Pam. v. 303. 

[ ]. See Address to the Bishops, 1790. 



DisNBT, T. Correspondence between Thomas Disney, esq., and Q-en. 

Lord Hill. London, 1838. 12 p. 8°. Pam. v. 416. 
Dispassionate Isquirt into Mr. Madison's reasons for declaring war, 

by a New-England Farmer. By John Lowell, Boston, 1812, 8°. 

Pam. V. 3, 38. B. C. 
Disputation (A) concerning church-members and their children, in 

answer to xxi questions ; wherein the state of snoh children when 

adult, together with their duty towards the church, and the churches 

duty towards them is discussed, by an Assembly of Divines meeting 

at Boston in New-England, June 4, 1657- Now published by a Lover 

of Truth. London, 1659. viii, 31 p. sm. 4°. 
Dispute ( The) adjusted, about the proper time of applying for a 

repeal of the Corporation and Test acts ; by shewing that no time is 

proper. London, 1732. 18 p. 8". Pam. v. 318. 

DlSRAELif, B. The Crisis examined. London, 1834. 31 p. 8". Pam. 
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D'ISEAELit, Isaac. Quarrels of Authors ; or Some Memoir 



The G-enius of Judaism. Second edition. London, 1833. 12", 

Dissent (A) from the Church of England, fully justified. .. .being the 

dissenting gentleman's three letters and postscript in answer to Mr. 

John White. , .4th edition. By Eeo. Mickaiah Towgood. Boston, 

1768. 324 p. 18°. See also Dissenting, eic. 
BisaENTERs : To the Queen. The Humhle Supplication of certain of 

Her Majesty's faithful and peaceable subjects, called Dissenters. . . 

2d edition. London, 1714. 8". Pam. v. 318. 

Statement of the Case of the Protestant dissenters under the 

corporation and test acts. Pub. for the United Committee. London, 
1827. 16 p. 8°. Pam. V. 320. 

Dissenters ( The) AroLoar ; or their principles and conduct justified 
from the. ..censures. ,. by the Editor of Dr. Warren's sermons. ... 
London, 1789. 48 p. 8°. Pam. v. 819. 

Dissenters ( The) Claim of right to a capacity for civil offices. By 
Charles Owen, D.B. London, 1717- 39 p. Pam. v. 318. 

Dissenting ( The) Gentleman's Answer to the Reverend Mr. John 
White's Three Letters [1745] ; in which a separation from the ea 
blishment is fully justified . . . Two Letters, by Rev. Michalak T< 
good. The fourth edition. New- York, Parker, 1748. 64 p. 4". j 
also Dissent, etc- 



Dissertation against pronouncing. . .Greek, 

See [Gaily, H.]. 
Dissertation (A) in Answer to a BlasphenK 

Fall of man and the Coming of Christ. 

Pam. V. 332. 



y the accents. 1755. 



3U3 Letter concerning the 
London, 1723. 143 p. 8". 



I the Gospels. London, 1775. 

e Millennium. London, 1772. 46 p. 8°. : 

Dissertation (A) on the Political Union and Constitution of the 
thirteen United States of North America. By a Citizen of Phila- 
delphia ; i. e. P. Webster. Phil'a, T. Bradford, 1783. 47 p. 8». 

Dissertation (A) upon the Account supposed to have been given of 
Jesus Christ by Josephus. . .By Nathaniel Forster. Oxford, 1749. 
65 p. 8°. Pam. v. 335. 

DissERTATtONs on the Grand Dispute between Great Britain and Ame- 
rica. (London, 1774.) 10 p. 12". 

DisSTiASivE (A) from entering into Holy Orders, in a letter to a young 
gentleman. London, 1732. 57 p. 8". Pam. v. 336. 

DiSTTTRBANCES (On the) in South America. London, 1830. 63 p. 8°. 
W. C. 632. 

DiSTuRNELL'st United States National Register. New-York, 1852. 12°. 
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IllSTTmNEr.l.'8 American and European Railway and Steamship Guide 
New-York, 1861. 12". 

Railroad, Steamboat and Telegraph Book; being a Guide through 

the TTnifced States and Canada. .Jan. 1851; Aug. 1853. New-Tork. 
2 V. 18".— . . .R.R. & Steamship Guide, March 1856 ; March 1858. 
New-Tork. 2 v. sm. 4".— 4 v. 

New-York State Register for.l858...irj(A, The National Re- 
gister. New-York, 1858. 394 p. 12°. 

Disunion Convention. Proceedings of the State Disunion Conven- 
tion, held at Worcester, Massachusetts, Jan. 55, 1857- Boston, 1857. 
60, 19 p. 8°. Pam. v. 560. 

DivEN, Alesander S. Speech, N.Y. Senate, on the Kansas resolutions, 
Jan. 12, 1858. 15 p. 8". Pam. t. 561. 

Divine Rectitude ; or a Brief Inquiry concerning the Moral Per- 
fections of the Deity, . .*** By Reo. John Balguy- London,. 1730. 
62 p. 8". Pam. V. 299. 

Dixt, Dorothy L. Remarks on Prisons and Prison discipline in the 
United States. 2d ed., from 1st Boston edition.***. Philadelphia, 
18i5. 108 p. 8". 

Memorial soliciting a State Hospital for the insane .... to the 

Legislature of Pennsylvania. Phil'a, 1845. 52 p. 8". Pam. v. 510. 

Memorial, praying a grant of land for the relief and support of 

the indigent curable and incurable insane, in the United States. 
Sen. Document, June 27, 1848. 8". Pam. v. 165. 

Dixt ( John A.), of N.Y. [A Collection of his Speeches in the United 
States Senate]. Washington. In 1 v. 8°. Contents : 
On- the Warehouse bill : June 19, 1845. 
Remarks on the Warehouse bill : July 9, 1846. 23 p. 
On Indemnity for French spoliations prior to 1800 : 1846. 16 p. 
On the 0regon joint occupancy question : Fob. 18, 19, 1846. 22 p. 
On a Territorial Govornment for Oregon : June 26, 1846. 14 p. And in 

Pam. V. 193. 
On the Three-million bill : Mar. 1, 1847, 15 p. 
On the.... sending a Minister to the Papal States : 1848. 7 p. 
On the War with Mexico : 1848. 15 p. 
On tlie BiU to appoint a, Lieuteuant-Geueral : 1847. 7 p. 
On the bill to establish Governments iu the territories : 1848. 14 p. And 

in Pam. V. 193. 
In fevor of reciprocal trade with Canada ; 1849. 14 p. 
In relation to territories acquired from Mexico : 1849. 14 p. 
Grand Mass Meeting of the Democracy, New-York, Mar. 4, 1857 : Speech 

of J. A. D., cbairman. 

Address delivered before the Alpha Phi Delta and Euglossian 

Societies of Geneva College. Albany, 1839. 8". Pam. v. 204. 

Communication to Select Committee of N.Y. Senate, 1857. See 

Trinity Church Pam. v. 4. 

Speech. See Mississippi and Missouri R.R. C, 1856. 

Dixon, B. Homer. Surnames. For private distribution. Boston, 1857. 
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DiSOHt (James), of Conn. Speech, U.S. H. of E., Januarys, 1858 : 
Texas and Mesieo. Washington, 1848. 32 p. Pam. v.486. 

Speech, U.S. H. of E,., Jan. 24, 1848, on reference of the Presi- 
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Dixon, Joshua, Scriptural Examinations on the Church Catechism. . 
Eevised by G. A. Smith. Philadelphia, 1845. IS". 

Dj^mal-Eddin Mohammed, connu sous le iiom d'Ebu-Malec. Alfiyja, ' 
ou la Quintessence de la Graramairo Arabe. Publie en original, avec 
un Oommontaire par le B™ Silvestre de Saoy. Paris, 1833. 8". 

Do NOT BE duped! A Letter of Counsel to the laboring classes, on 

the No Popery movement. Signed, An English Priest. Newcastle, 

Eng; 1850. 20 p. 12". Pam. v. 347. 
Do States, like individuals, tend inevitably, after a period of maturity, 

to dissolution J London (18301). 39 p. 8°. Pam. v. 415. 
DoaneI ( Q-eorge W.), D.D., LL.D., Bishop. Two Sermons : Dom. & 

For. Miss. Society, 1830. — With, Sermon, Consecration of Et. Kev. 

J. Kemper. Burlington, N.J. 1835. See Prot. Epis. Ch. Board of 

Missions. 

Sermon, Commemoration of William White, D.D,, Bishop. With 

appendix. Burlington, 1836. 8". Pam. v. 554. 

Episcopal Address to the Annual Convention of the Diocese of 

New-Jersey, May 30, 1838. Burlington, 1838. 8". Pan., v. 203. 

The Glorious Things of the City of God : The First Sermon in 

St. Mary's Church, Burlington, after a brief pilgrimage to the Oh. 
of England. Burlington, 1842. 8°. Pam. v. 213. 

Amerioa and Great Britain : The Address, at Burlington Col- 
lege, on the seventy-second anniversary of American Independence, 
July 4, 1848. Burlington, 1848. 8". Pam. v. 286. 

The Ends and Objects of Burlington College : An Address in- 
troductory to a Course of Lectures. 3d edition, Burlington, 1848. 

■ 8°. Pam. V. 286. 

The Gospel in the Church, triumphant everywhere : The Jubilee 

Sermon, in St.Maty's Church, Burlington, N.J., on Sunday, 22'* 
June 1851. Philadelphia, 1851. 8°. Pam. v. 288. 

A Letter, .to the Clergy and Laity of Lis diocese. Philadelphia, 

1852. 12 p. 8°. Pam. v. 543. 

The Argument of the Bishop in reply to the paper read before 

the Court of Bishops, Oct. 1852. . . .Newark, N.J., 1852. 16 p. 8". 
Pam. V. 543. 

The Church Aggressive : The Triennial Sermon before the As- 
sociated Alumni of the General Theological Seminary. New- York, 

1853. 8°. Pam. V.213. 

Organizations dangerous to Free Institutions : The Address at 

Burlington College, July 4, 1855. Phil'a, 1855. 8". Pam. v. 286. 

DoBBSt, A. See Letter from a Russian officer. 



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DooEN, B. J. Ueber die Ursachen der Fortdauer die Lateiniscliea 
Sprache seit d«m Untergange des Abcndlandiscten Eomer-Eeichs. 
1815. 35 p. See Kosnig. Baier. Ak. Eeden, v. 4. 
DocTRiMAL Tract and Book Society. 22d Report. Boston, 1851. 

12". Pam. V.627.— 24t]i Report. Boston, 1853. Pam. v. 297. 
Doctrine of Divorce. Signed, Agonistes. Albany, Feb. 7, 1857. 

37 p. 8". Pam. v. 226, 628. 
Doctrine (The) of a Trinity and tbe incarnation of Crod examined 

upon the principles of reason and common sense By Edward 

Evansm. London, YI1% 188 p. 8". Pam. v. 311. 
Doctrine (Tbe) of tbe Trinity as it stands deduced by the light of 
reason. . . Also, a Postscript. ,ou the writmga of Justin Martyr and 
Irenjeus. London, 1768. 139 p. 8°. Pam. v. 312. 
Doctrines of the Church of Rome, 1686. See [ Stillingflect, E.]. 
Documents relating to the conveyance of land, &c. on Long- Island. 

New-Tork, Bell & Gould, 1850. 24 p. 8". Pam. y. 492. 
Dodd, Philip. Sermons before the Lord Mayor, Feb. 25, 1807, Fast- 
day : 1 Mace, iii, 18-22. London. 4° ; May 31, 1807 : Matt- y, 
33-37. London. 4»; Sept. 29, 1807 : PAaXiv, 8. Loud. 4°. Pam. 
V. 1009. 
DoDDBiDGEt (Philip), D.D. The Miscellaneoas Works. With an in- 
troductory essay by the Rev. T. Morell . . London, 1830. roy- 8°. 
■ - [Writings of :] in 1 v. 8". Contents : 

.. Of Persecntion, a Sermon : iMkeix, 55, 56. London, 1736. 

. . Of neglecting the souls of men; a Sermon at Kettering, 1741 : Proe. 

sxiv, 11, 12. London, 1742. 
The Perspicuity and Solidity of those Eyidences of Christianity to which 
the generality of its professors among us may attain .... in a Letter 
to the Author of "Ohristianity not founded onargument". London, 
1808. 63p.— ASocond Letter. ..London, 1743. 60 p.— A Third Let- 
ter. ..London, 1743. 72 p. 
Christian Candour and Unanimity. . . . urged, iu a Sermon preached at a 

meeting of ministers : Phil, ii, 1, 2. London, 1760. 
The Restoration of Family Worship recommended, in two discourses. . . . 
With, An Address to his parishioners, hy J, Brewster. . . . London, 
1804. 40 p. 

— Some Remarkable Passages in the Life of the Hon. Col. James 
Gardiner. With a sermon occasioned by his death. 3d edition. Bos- 
ton, 1748. 157 p. 12". Title wanting. 

— — A Plain and Serious Address to the master of a family. . . .Re- 
printed in Danbury, Com«. 1791. 12". Pam. v. 603. 

Doddridge (P.), of Virginia. Speech, U.S. H. of R. : Case of S. Houston 
charged with contempt of the House, May 9, 1832. 8". Pam. v. 193. 

Dodge ( Augi^tus C), of Iowa. Speech, U.S. Sen., on Nebraska and 
Kansas, Feb. 25, 1854. 15 p. S". Pam. v. 561. 

[DoDSLBYt, Robert]. See fficonomy of Human Life, 1751. 

DoDSON, Rev. Joseph. Moderation and Charity : Serm 
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DoDSWOETH, "William. Komanism successfully opposed only oa Ca- 
tholic principles : a sermon : Phil, i, 10. 2d ed. Lend., 1839. 8". 
Pam. V. 380. 
DODWELL (William), D-D. A Free Answer to Dr. Middleton's Inquiry 
into ike miraculous powers of the primitive church. lu a letter . . . 
London, 1749. 142 p. 8". Pam. v. 350. 

• Sermon : Assizes, Human laws : Bom. siii, 3. Oxford, 1750. 8°. 

Pam. V. 370. 

Catalogue of Early Christian Writers. See Cleaver, W. 

DiELLiNGEB, Ignaz. Von den Fortsehrltten, welche die Physiologie 

seit Haller gemacht hat, 1824. 24 p. — Berieht von dem neuerbau- 
ten anatomischen Theater der K. Akademie. Miinohen, 1826. 16 p. 
3 plates.' See Keen. Baier. Ai. Reden. v. 4. 

Die Baukunst und ihre Bedeutung im Staate, erlautert durch 

die Naturkunde, 1833. 24 p. See Kaen. Baier. Ak. Reden, v. 5. 

DffiVEREN, M. Prof. Van. Ohscrvatlons Physieo-medioales snr les 
Vers, qui se ferment dans les inteatins. .Ou Ton traite particuliSre- 
ment du TEcnia. , .A Lyon. .1764. 18". 

DoiST.Jlf". EssaideBibliologieMilitaire..**. Paris, 1824. 124 p. 8°. 
See Nodier, C, Melanges. 

DotET, Etienne. Vie A'&. Dolet, Imprimeur ^ Lyon dans le seiaieme 
siecle, avcc une notice des libraires et imprimeurs auteurs. . .By J. 
F. Nie de la Rochelle. Paris, 1779. viii, 205 p. 12°. 

Dolmak's Catalogues, Eom. Cath. Lit. London. Cat. v. 15, 17, 19. 

Dolphin ( The) or Grand Junction nuisance : proving that 7000 &mi- 
Ues in "Westminster, .are supplied with water in a state offensive. . 
London, 1827. 104 p. 8°. Pam. v. 404. 

DoNATus, Aelius. Donati editio minor, cum Remigii gramatiei optimi 
et vetustissimi expositione lucida et fertile dudum edita sed per 
paucis cognita. lam in florentissimo Coloniensi studio denuo reper- 
ta. Colophon. Impressum Liptzk per me Melchior-L otter. — a. d. 
about 1494. 39 leaves. 4". 

[DONCKf, A. Van Der]. See Vertoogh van Nieu-Nederland. 

Description of the New- Netherlands, 1656. Trans. See N.Y. 

Hist. Soc. Coll. S. 2. V. 1. 

[ ], Remonstrance of New-Netherland, and the occurrences there. 

Addressed to the High and Mighty Lords States- General of the 
"United Netherlands, on the 28th July 1649. With Secretary Van 
Tienhoven's Answer. Translated from a copy of the original Dutch 
MS. By E. B. O'Callagian, M.D. Albany, Weed, Parsons & Com- 
pany, 1856. 4". 

DoNELSoN, A, S. Life of. See Fillmore, M. 

DoNNANT, D, F. Statistical Account of tte "United States of America 
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Donnelly ( Ignatius), esq. Minnesota : Address, Broadway House, 
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DoOLiTTLE (James R.), Wiaeonain. Speech, U.S. Senate, on the Le- 
compton Constitution, Mar. 4, 8, 1858. 16 p. 8". Pam. v. 561. 

DORANt, Dr. John. The History of Oouit Tools. London, 1858. 12". 
DoEAT, Jean. Poematia, 1586. See Auratus, J. 

DoacHESTBRt, Mass- Annual Reports of the School Committee for, 
1845, 47, 48, 50, 51, 52, 55. Boston. Pam. v. 192.— Tor 1857. 
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— -- 13th, 16th, 17th Report of Receipts and Expenditures, . ..the 
finances of the town. Boston, 1851, 54, 55. Pam. v. 192.— 18th 
Report of Receipts, &e. Boston, 1856. 48 p. 8". Pam. v. 476. 

— -■■■ Tie Taxable Valuation of the polls and real estates . . . and tax 
for 1850. Boston, 1850. 119 p. 8°. Pam. v. 476.— The same, for 
1855. Boston, 1855. 8". , Pam. v. 225. 



DoRCHESTBBt Antiquarian and Historicai. Society. History of 
the town of Dorchester, Mass. ■ By a committee of ; . . Boston, 1859. 
xii, 672 p. 8". 

DoRfi. By a Stroller in Europe***. New-Tork. .1857. 12". 

DoRE, Jfev. James. Sermons on Baptism. 2d edition. London, Palmer, 

1829. 48 p. 8°. Pam. t. 314. 
DoREt ( Benjamin), D.J). Notes of Travel in Egypt, the Holy Land, 

Turkey and Greece. Philadelphia . . . 1856. 12". 
An Historical Aeeount of Christ Church, Philadelphia, 1695 — 

1841. Philadelphia, 1859. 430 p. 12". 
Doer (James A.), esq- Justice to the South! An Address, Oct. 8, 

1856. New- York. 12 p. 8". Pam. v. 241, 560. 
SoRRiNGTON, Theoph. Sermon, Univ. of Oxford, Ap. 8, 1711 : Matt. 

iv, 10. Oxford, 1712. 8^ " 

D0ET8MA, Paulus. Het Aanweesen en hestaan der Naam-Remonstran- 

ten. . .Gravenhaage. .1772. xxiv, 92 p. 8". Pam. v. 109. 
BouBOURG, Rev. J. Huen. Life of the Cardinal Be Cheverus, Aroh- 

bishop of Bordeaux. Translated from the Preneh by Robert M. 

Walsh. Philadelphia, 1839. 12". 
Doubts concerning the Roman Infallibility. By Dr. Maurice. .Lond. 

1688. 39 p. 4°. Pam. v. 1004. 
DottOE, p. Catalogue of the printed books and manuscripts bequeathed 

by :.. to the Bodleian Library. Oxford, 1840. 311 "" ■ - - 

DocQl-Ast, Sir Howard. 

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Pam. V. 416. 
Douglas ( James), of Cavers. Popery and Infidelity. Edinburgh, 

1852. 59 p. 12\ 

Douglas (John), Bj>. Select Works of ;. ..with a biographical me- 
moir. By his lordship's nephew, the Rev. W. Macdonald. Salisbury, 
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SoiTOLAs, B. K. Brief Considerations on the income tax and tariff 

reform. . .Birmingham, 1842. 32, iv p. 8". Pam. y. 425. 
DouQLAst ( Stephen A.), of Illinois. [ A Collection of his Speeohes in 
the U.S. Senate, &e.] in 1 v. 8". Contents : 
Speech in Chicago, on the measures of adjustment, Oct. 23, 1850. 16 p. 
In Rflply to Senators Clayton and Butler, on the Clayton-Bulwer Treaty 

on Central America... Mar. lO, 17,1853. 39 p. 
On the Monroe doctrine : Peb. 14, 1853. 16 p. 
On the Nebraska territory : Jan. 30, 1854. 15 p. 

On Nebraska and Kansas : Mar. 3, 1854. 30 p. ( Also in Pam. v. 206.) 
On the President's Message; KanSas-Lecompton Convention : December 

9, 1837. 15 p. 
Against the Admission of Kansas under the Lecompton Constitution : 

Mar. 22, 1858. 30 p. 
On the Pacific Eailroad bill ; Apr. 17, 1858. 

Report ; The Committee on Territories. . . relative to the affairs 

of Kansas. Sen. Document Mar. 12, 1856. See U. States, Kansas. 

Constitution of Kansas. Minority Report, in the Senate of the 

"United States (1858). 24 p. 8°. Pam. v. 561. 

DouGtAs, William. Sermon, Anniv. Sons of the Clergy, 1811 ; James 

i, 27. London, 1811. 4". Pam. v. 1010. 
Douglass (D, B.), LL.D. Purther statement of facts and oirenmstan- 

ces connected with the removal of the author from the presidency 

of Kenyon College. Albany, 1845. 8". Pam. v. 269. 
Dove ( Henry), D-D. Sermon, House of Commons, Nov. 5, 1680 : Fs. 

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Sermon, before the Lord Mayor : Tit. iii, 1. London, 1682. i". 

Pam. V. 860. 

DovEt, Pro/. H. W. Meteorological Reports, 1848 -57. See Prussia. 

Dove, John. A Creed founded on truth and common sense, with some 
strictures on the origin of our ideas. . ."With. . .an appendix tothe 
Rev. Dr. Foster. London, 1750. svi, 140 p. 8". Pam. v. 337. 

Dow, Rev. Daniel. New- Haven Theology, alias Taylorism, alias Neo- 
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Dow ( Joseph), A.M. An Historical Address, delivered at Hampton, 
New-Hampshire, on the 25th of Dec. 1838, ia commemoration of 
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Dow (Moses), A.M. A Sermon preached at Beverly, Aug. 20, 1812, 
the day of the National Past, on account of War with Great Bri- 
tain. . .Salem, 1813. 8\ Pam. V. 105. . . 

DowLBB (Bennet), M.D. History of tho gigantic headed boy of 
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DoWNES ( Henry), Bp. The Excellence of public charity ; a Sermon. ; 
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Sermon, Assizes, Jul. 13, 1708 ; 1 Tim. i, 8. Lond. Pam. v. 364. 

DowNES, ifev, John. Methodism esamined and exposed.... a Dis- 
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Downfall { The) of Despotism. . .stowing. . .the invasion of Britain 
and the reigu of liberty in the New World, London, Nisbet, 1853. 
32 p. 8°. Pam. v. 310. 

DoWNiNGt, A. J. A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Land- 

Bcape Gardening, adapted to North America , with Remarks on 

rural architecture. 6th edition, with a supplement, . ,hy H. W, Sar- 
gent. New-York, 1859. 576 p. 8". 

DOWNINQ, Sir George. A Discourse. . . .vindicating his Boyal Master 
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Downing, Bev. Joshua W. Remains of : . . .With a brief n 
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Dowse Institute. Organization of the Dowse Institute, . 
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Doyle, John. Catalogue of books, ... for sale. New-York, 1848. 

240 p. 8°. Cat. V. 31, 79. Also, B. C— 1850, Cat. v, 44. 

D'Otlt, Eev. George. Two Discourses. . .on the Doctrine of a parti- 
cular providence and on modern Unitarianism. Cambridge, 1811. 
86 p. 8°. Pam. v. 398. 

Letters to. , , Sir W. Drummond, relating to his observations on 

parts of the Old Testament. . London, 1812. 72 p. 8". Pam. v. 335. 

The Life of William Bancroft, Archbishop of Canterbury. . . . 

With. . . .Fur Prtedestinatus, Modem Poliaies, and Three Sermons. 
Also a Life of the learned Henry Wharton, and Two Letters. of Dr. 
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', 1823 : Lu.x, 7. — Appendix. 

DozTt, E. P. A. Seriptorum Arahum loci de Abbadidis, nunc primum 
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Drake!, Benjamin. The Life and Adventures of Black Hawk ; with 
Sketches of Keokuk, the Sac and Fox Indians, and the late Black 
Hawk War. 7th edition, improved. Cincinnati, 1850. 12". 

and U.D. Mansfield. Cincinnati ia 1826. Cincinnati, 1827. 

100 p. 12". 

Drake!, Sir Francis. Logbook, 1595 - 96, See Kunstmann, P. 

Sir Francis Drake revived. Who is or maybe a pattern to stirre 

up all heroicke and active spirits .... Being a summary and true 
relation of foure severall voyages made by the said Sir Francis Drake 
to the West Indies .... Collectedout of the notes of the said Sir 
Francis. Drake ; Master Philip Nichols, Master Francis Fletcher, 
preachers, and the notes of divers other gentlemen. . London, 1663. 
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Offered now at last to publique view, both for the honour of the 
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Defence of Dr. Gould, by the Scientific Council of the Dudley Ob- 

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Eeply to the "Statement of the Trustees" of the Dudley Ofaserva^ 

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Dyee, Rev. David. Discourso occasioned by the Death of Rev. John 
Oodman, D-D. . . Delivered, Dorchester, Jan, 2, 1848 Boston, 1848. 
8°. Pam. V. 268. 

DTERt ( George), B.A. [ Miscellanies of :] In 1 v. 8", Contents : 

The Complaints of tie Poor people of England. ... 2d edition,. enlarged. 

London, 1793. 120 p. 
An Address to the People of Great Britain, on the doctrine of libels, and 

tho ofdce of juror more particuiarly J" cases of libel. London, 1799. 

120 p. 
Four Letters on tho English Constitution. ...London, 1812. sii, 136 p. 
An Address to the Suhacribera to the Privileges of theUniv. of Canibridgo. 

London, 1823. 21 p. 

Dyer, S. Songs and Ballads. New-Tork, 1857. 298 p. 12°. 

Dter (The) and Colour-maker's Companion; containing upwards 
of two hundred receipts. . . .Philadelphia, 1850. 18". 



E. 
Eachard ( John), IJ.J>. Works, viz : i, The grounds and ocoaaions 
of the contempt of the clergy and religion enquired into, ia a letter 
to E. L, ; ri, Observations on an answer to the enquiry, in a second 
letter to the same ; ill, Mr. Hobb's State of Nature considered . . . 
To which are added Five Letters, &c. 11th edition. L.ondon, 1705. 
Ill, 151, 113 p. — With, A Letter to his old dear friend R. L. from 
T. B. 76 p. In 1 V. 12". 



Eaedlet, Sir 0. B. Christianity in Turkey : Correspondenoe of the 
Governments of Christendom, relating to executions in Turk^ for 
apostaoy from Islamism. With a letter from : . . .London, 1856. 48 



Earl, George Windsor. The Native Races of the Indian Archipelago ; 

Papuans. With five colored plates and two maps.**** London. . . . 

185,3. 12°. 
' Contributions to the Physical Geography of Southeastern Asia 

aiid Australia. With a map. . London, 1853. 48 p. 8°. Pam. y.402. 
Eaelb, Jabcz. Sermon, January 1, 1719 : 2 Cor. v, 14. London. 8". 

Pam. v. 367. 
Eakle, Thomas. A Treatise on Railroads and internal communica- 
tions, . .With original suggestions and remarks. Philadelphia, 1830. 

120 p. 8». 
East and West India Sugar ; or a Refutation of the claims of West 

India colonists to a protecting duty on East India sugar. By Z; 

Macaulay. London, 1823. 128 p. 8".- Pam. v. 433. 
Eastbttrn, Bp. Manton. The Gospel : A Sermon, Rochester, iV", y.. 

Consecration of Henry W. Lee, D.D as Bishop .... of Iowa. 

Rochester, 1854. 8". Pam. v. 556. 
Eabterk Dispensary of the City of New- York. Twentieth Annual 

Report, for 1853. Kew-Tork, 1854. Pam. v. 246. 
lijASTEiiN New- Brunswick Baptist Association. Minutes, 1856. 

St.John, N:b. 1856, 8°. Pam. v. 446. 



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Eastern Baiikoad Compaky. Argument of CtarlesG-.Loriog, esq., 
oa behalf of, before tlie railroad committee of the Masaaeliusetts 
legislature. Boston, 1845. Pam, v. 146. — ,22A Ann.Eeport. Boston, 
1857. Pam. V. 283. 

East India Company. Original Papers relative to tlie rights and 
pretensions of the Nabob of Arcot and the Rajah of Tanjore .... 
London, 1785. 83 p. 8". Pam. t. 432. 

Proceedings at a General Court of Proprietors of East India 

stock, Nov. 7, 1783, relative to the Hon. W. Hastings. . . . London, 
Debrett, 1783. viii, 108 p. 8°. Pam. v. 431. 

Catalogue of the Library of the Hon. E.I.G. London, 1845. 

325 p.— With, A Supplement, . .London, 1851. 237 p. in 2 v. 8°. 

Debates at the General Court of Proprietors of East India stock,. 

Mar. 19, 21, 1823, on the East India sugar trade [Asiat. Journal]. 
London, 48 p. S". Pam. v. 433. 

East India Company's Maritime Service. The Spirit of the Press, 
and of the proprietors of India stock, .relative to the compensation 
to be granted to. London, 1834. 88 p. Pam. v. 433. 

Bast India Rbqibter and Directoky, {later title) and Army List 
for 1835-54; containing Complete Lists of the Company's ser- 
vants. . . .List of the Europeans. . , .Rules and Regulations of the 
civil, military and medical funds. . . . From the ofE.cial returns 

. London, 1835 - 54. 37 v. 12°. 

Eastman, Jacob W. The Bible excellent : A Sermon, Jer- xxiii, 29. 

Mount Moriah and Good Samaritan Lodges, Reading, Mass 

Albany, 1823. 8". Pam. v. 559. 

East-Pembkoke Seminary ; Circular, 1859. Buffalo, N.Y. Pam. 
V. 456. 

Easton, John. Narrative of King Philip's War, 1675, 76. See Mun- 
sell's Historical Series, N" 1. 

East-River Industrial School in Fortieth-street. N.Tork, 1855. 
Pam. V. 250.— 2d Report, 1856. 12^ Pam. v. 509. 

Eaton, F. B. History of Candia, once known as Charmingfare ; with 
Notices of some of the early families. Manchester, N.H. 151 p. 8°. 

Eaton, Rev. Horace. The Early History of Palmyra, N. York : A 
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Eaton ( Peter), D.D. A Discourse ; Dedication of the new house of 
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V.105. 



EcCLESiA EST IN Rkpublica. By CathoHcus Verus. Briaiol, Eng. 

1828. 8 p. 8^ Pam. v. 346. 
EoOLESlASTiOAL Almanack, 1842. London, J. Leslie. 12". AIm.v.50. 

Ecclesiastical dignities, Ecclesiastical 

reformed ; with Observations on Sir W. Scott' 
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EcOLBSiASTiOAL HISTORY SooiETT. The Book of Common Prayer ; 
Printed from the manuaoript originally annexed to Stat. 17 & 18 
Car. II, c. 6 ( Ir.), and now preserved in the Rolls' Office, Dublin. 
By A. J. Stepkena . . . London, 1849, 50. 3 v. 8". 

EcCLESiABTiCAL LEGISLATION. Three Letters, ., On church property, 
episcopacy, cathedrals and the clergy. By Clericus Anglieanus. 
London, 1836. 72 p. 8". Pam. v. 327. 

Echo ( L') en Monde savant ; Kevue en cyclop Sdique Sons la 

direction de M. le Vicomte A. de la Valette. 2« afirie, 8= annee, T. 
3, Jan. ^ Juin 1841. Paris, gr. i". 

EoHT EN OMSTANDiG Veehaal der gewigstigste Oebeurtenissen, in 
Eiland Walclieren, gedurcnde de Blokkade der Engelachen. . .1813 
...1814. Middelburg. 38 p. 8°. Pam. v. 108. 

Eokhaktshausen; Karl von. Rede von dem Einfluase der sch5aen 
wisaensehaften anf die rechtsgelehrsomkeit. 1781. 24 p. — Rede von 
derwirkungderreligionanf diewissenaohaften, .1732. 18 p.— Rede 
von den qnellen der verbrecten, und der mogliehkeit selben vorzu- 
beugen. 17S3. — Ueber die litterariache intoleranz nnsers jahrhun- 
derta. 1785. 26 p. See Keen. Baier. Ak. Reden, v. 3. 

;ScLAiECiSBEMENTS sur les Affaires de Basle, pr^sentcs ans citoyens du 
Canton de Vaud. Par nn Citoyen de Basle. Basic, 1S33. 61 p. 8". 

EcLECTict Magazine op Eoeeign Literature. W. H. Bidwell, 
editor. Vol. 35-47. May, 1855 —Aug. 1859. New-York. 13 v. 8°. 

Eclectic Medical College or Pennsylvania. Fifth Annual 
Announcement. Philadelphia, 1855. 8°. Pam. v. 517. 

EoLEOTio Medical Institute op Cincinnati. Twelfth Annual 
Announcement. Cincinnati, 1858. 8°. Pam. v. 517. 

Eclectic Keview, 1840, July- December. N.S. v. 8. London. 8°. 

Eclipse. An authentic history of the celebrated horse, American 

Eelipae. New-York, 1823. 37 p. Pam. v. 261. 
EcoLE ( L') de l'Homme, on ParaUcle dea Portraits du Siecle, et des 

Tableaux de I'^criture Sainte. Owvrage morale, critique, et aneodo- 

tiqne. Premiere, aeoonde, tvoiaieme partie. By M. Ginard. Paris, 

1752, in 1 vol. 18°. 
Eddy (A. D.), S.D. Disconrae, Society for the Promotion of Coll. and 

Tlieol. education at the Weat. 1854. New- York. 8°. Pam. v. 524. 

[Eddy, Zechariah]. See Review of the Berkeley case, 1828. 

Eden (Robert), O.J}. The Harmony of Benevolence : a Sermon. 
Meeting of three choirs, Sept. 10, 1755. Worcester. London. 4°. 
Pam. V. 1007. 

EoENf, William. See Auckland, Lord. 

EdGeworth (Henry Essex), .diSe dePirmont. A Narrative of remark- 
able occurrences connected with the death of Louis XVI. .Trans., 
byS.C. BIyth. Montreal, 1812. 36 p. 8°. Pam. v. 504. 

Edinburgh Bible Society. Pifth Report, 1814; Sixth, 1815; 
Fifteenth, 1824. Edinburgh. 8^ Pam. v. 383. 



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Edinburgii ( Tke ) Medical and Surgical Journal ; exhibiting 
a concise view of the latest and moat impoitant discoveries in medi- 
dne, pharmacy and surgery : Vol. 1 - 56. 1805-42. — Vol.82. 
1855. Edinburgh. 57 v. 8». ' 

Edinburgh Medical Journal, eomhiriing tte Mouthly Journal of 
Medicine, and the Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal. Vol. i, 
July 1855, to V. iv, June 1859. Edinburgh. 4 v. 8°. 

EDiMBURGHt New PniLOSOPniCAi. Journal. Editors, Tho. Ander- 
son, Sir W. Jardine, John H. Balfour, H.D. Rogers. New series. 
Vol. I, Jan. 1865, to V. ix, April 1859. Edinburgh. 9 v. 8". 

EDiNBUEGHt Review : Vol. 102 - 109, July 1855 to Ap. 1859. Edin- 
burgh. 8 y. 8". 

A Rejoindel to the Bp. of.Eseter's Reply to : By the Edinburgh 

Reviewer. London, 1852. 40 p. 8°. Pam. v. 831. 

EdinburgJi SELEdr Subscription Ltbraet. Catalogue of the books. 
Edinburgh, 1842. 580 p. 8°. 

EDINBURGH+ TJnivbesity. Oatalogus LibrOrum, ad rem medioam 
Bpeotantium, in Bibliotheca Aeademias Edinburgense, secundum 
auctorum nlomina dispositua. Editio altera. Edinburgi, 1798. 408 p. 
'—With, Nomina eorum qui gradnm medicinfe doctoris. . . usqUe ad 
annum 1799 adepti aunt. 36 p. And Appendix prima ad editionem 
alteram , Cat. Lib. 1805. 42 p. And Catalogus eorum qui gradum 
M.r. ab 1798 ad 1806 adepti sunt. 8°. 

A Catalogue of the Graduates in the faculties of arts, divinity 

and law. . .since its foundation. Edinburgh, 1858. 8". 



EdmoNd (ChaTles) CH01E9KI. Voyage dans les Mers du Nord, a bord 
de la Corvette La Reine Hortcnse Paris, 1857. vi, 632, 146 p. 

Edmonds, Francis W. Defence of T. W. k., late Cashier of the Me- 
chanics' Bank. . .New-York, 1855. 55 p. 8", Pam. V. 464. mj). 

EdmonusI, John W. Report of J. W. E., U.S. Comm'r on the claims 
of creditors of the Potawataraie ludians of the Wabash. . N.York, 
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Judge Edmonds's Reply to- Bishop Hopkins' on Spiritualiani. N. 

York, Nov. 28, 1855. 15 p. 12". Pam. v. 563. 

Uncertainty of Spiritual Intercourse : Sept. 27, 1856. N.York. 

12 p. 12". Pam. v. 563. 

Certainty of Spiritual Intercourse : New- York, Dec. 14, 1856. 

14 -28 p. 12". Pam. V. 563. 

See Tho Sacred Circle :' New-York, 1855. 



Ed-wakd, King of England. Lives of Edward the < 

Edited by Henry Richard guard, M.A. , .under the direction of tho 
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Edward, Arthur M. Life Beneath the "Waters ; or the Aquarium in 
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ir of tlie Eev. Elias Cornelius. Eost on, 

[ ], Editor, See American. Quarterly Observer. 

EdwaebsI, Edward. Memoirs of Iiibraries ; including a handbook of 
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Edwards (fteo.), esg.,M.D. Tte True Original Scheme of human 
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blishment of the third, the British Dispenaation, .Newcastle-upon- 
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Edwards (Henry), LL.D. The Colonization of Palestine. London, 
1846. 16 p. 8°. ram. v. 434. 

EowARDst, H. Milne. Eapport sur rempoisonEement dea rivieres : Ad- 
reasfi a M. le Ministrc de I'Agr, et du Commerce, , .Paris. 8°, Pam. 
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■ et P. Vavassenr. Manuel de Matiere Medicale, ou description 

abregee des modicamens. .4™° Edition. Bruselles, 1831. 526 p. 18". 

Edwards ( John), D.D. Sermon, The Eternal and Intrinsic Keasona 
of good and evil : Fs. oxis, 142. Cambridge, July 2, 1699. Camb. 
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EdwabdS (Jonathan), D.D. 
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[ ]. The Exposition giren by my Lord Bp. of Sarum of the 2d 

article of our religion examined. London, 1T92. 96 p. 4". Pam. 
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Edwards! ( Jonathan), the elde.r. A Faithful Narrative of the surpri- 
zing work of G-od in the conversion of many hundred souls in North- 
ampton and the neighbouring towns. . .And published with a large 
- preface by Dr. Watts and Dr. Guyse, With a preface by Joseph 
Sewall and others. London; reprinted Boston, N.E. 1738. viii, vi, 
79 p. 12°., title wanting. 

Thoughts on the Eevival of Religion in New-Fngland in 1740, 

Boston, 1742. 18". Wants title, and two leaves at the end. 

Sermon, Funeral of Rev. D.Brainerd. .who died at Northampton 

. .Boston, Rogers & Fowle, 1747- 8". Pam. v. 453. 

The Justice of G-od in the damnation of sinners : a Diaoonrse 

(delivered at Northampton at the time of the late wonderful revival 
there : Rom.iii, 19. Boston, 1773. 8°. Leaf .wanting. Pam. v.453. 

The Justice of God, etc. . .a Sermon; to which is added a fare- 
well sermon... June _22, 1750. Northampton (1800?). 18". 

EDWAnrst ( Justin), D.D. Address, Laying the Corner Stone of the 
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Edwards, Eei). Peter. Candid Reasons for renounoing the prineiplea 
of Anti-ptedobaptism. Windsor, Vt. 1802. 8°. Repr. Pam. v. 466. 

[EuwARDSt, Thomas]. See Free and Candid Thoughts, 1761. 

Eells ( Rev. James), jun. A Sermon, Death of Mrs. Olive D. Smith, 
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BaERTOH Papers. See Camden Society Pub. 

Bgeeton's Theateioal Ubmembrancee, containing a complete list 
of all tlie dramatic performaneea in the Engliah language. . .to the 
end of the year 1787. To which are added Notitia Dramatiea : 
being a chronological account of events relative to the English 
Stage, London, T. ^ J. Egerton, 1788. 354 p. With, Catalogue of 
old quarto ]flays. . . .selling, 1790, at the prices printed. . .22 p. la 
1 V. 12". 

EiCHHORNi", Johann G-. Geschiohte der Litteratur von ihrem Anfang 
his auf die ueuesten zeiten. Gottingen, 1805 - 12. 5 v. 8°. Contents: 

Vol. I. Alte Litleratur : A. UeberBichtimallgemeinen. B. Uebersicht der 
alteu litteratur im einzelnen, und nach vfillfern. i, Hebraer; 
II, Griechen; iii, EQmer; iv, Chv is tlicho Litteratur; v, Mittlere 
Litteratur, Armenier, Syrier, Araber, etc. Abendlander, 

ToL. II. Parts I & 2. Neue Litteratur : Kuropa; tlebersicht nach liindern 
( Italy, Spain, Portugal, France). 

Vol. III. Part 1. England, Schottland, Ireland, DeutscHand. Part 2. 
Danemark, Schwedeu, Die Niederlando, Osmanen. 

A Chapter from Eichhorn, in which the phrases "the Word" 

and the Holy Spirit, in John are shewn to be equivalent. 

London, 1834. 24 p. 8°. Pam. v. 313. 

EiOENBAAT ( De) : A Poem. Te Bekomen in Nederland hij allePatrio- 

teche Boelcverkoopera. 31 p. 8°. Pam. v. 110. 
Eights, James. A Report on the Geological, Mineralogical and other 

resources of the Hiatt Tract of Land. . .county of Surry, N.C 

Greensborough, N.C. 1855. 8".— The Same. Worth Tract, Surry 

couaty, N.C. 1855. 8". Pam. y. 255. 
EiNEM, Jo. Juatua von. Succinota Introdaotio in Bihliothecam Grsecaia 

et Latinani eccleaiastieam, qua prseoipui scriptores . . .a secuio poat 

N. C. I- naque adxviii breviter rcceusentur , . . .Magdehurgi, 1738. 

With Dissertatiuncula, de Aquia aupra-ccelestibua, quEe e loco illo 

controverao Gen. i, 7, non probari sed refutari queunt et debent. 

1738. Magdeburgi. 211,15p.l2». 
Elder, William. Biography of Elisha Kent Kane. Philadelphia, 

1858. 417 p. 8". 
Electors (To the) of Westminster, £w^., 1819. 11 p. 8". Pam. V. 414. 
BloebSMA, Franciacua. Carduus Benedictus, ofte zeegen der vcrdruk- 

kinge. . .Leeuwarden,1683. 18". 

Zccdige verhandelinge van de hooge verborgentheyt der H. Drie- 

ceniglieyt. ,. Lee u warden, 1684. 18". 

■■ Een bundelken van heylige meditatien. .Leeuwarden, 1696. 18". 

• De Herder Israels. . . .Ps. 23. 1= deel. Leeuwarden, 1664. 18". 

Elgin ( The) Makblbs, from the Temple of Minerva at Athena : on 

61 platea, aelected from Stuart's and Revett'a Antiquities of Athena. 

To which are addsd, The Report from the select committee of the 

House of Commons, . .London, 1816. gr. 4°. 
Elijah's Mantle ; being Versea ocoaaioned by the Death of ... . W. 

Pitt. . .With a prefatory addresa. 5th edition. London, 1807. 19 p. 

8". Pam. v. 397. 



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EiilOT Family. Genealogy : Originally compiled W W. H. Eliot jr. 

. .Enlarged by W. S. Porter. New-Haveu, Conn. 1854. 154 p. 8". 
Eliot (Andrew), A.M^ Sermon Funeral of Eev. John Webb 

died April 16, 1T50. Boston. 8°. Pam. v. 554. 
A Sermon, May 29, 1765 ; being the anniversary for the election 

of His Majesty's Council for tbe province. Boston, 1765. Pam. 



.n Cambridge, 1666. See Mass. Hist. 

9. 

Tbe Day-breaking . .'witb tlie Indians in New-England. Loiidon, 

1647. — Tears of Repentance ; or a further Narrative of the progress 
of the gospel among the Indians in New- England. . . Loudon, 1633. 
— A late arid further manifestation of the progress of the gospel. . 
London, 1655. See Mass. Hist. Soo. Collections, S. 3, v. 4. 

Eliot+, John. A Sermon, Annual Thantsgiving, November 20, 1794. 

Boston, 1794. 12°. Para. v. 111. 
ELrOT+, Samuel. Manual of United States History, from 1492 to 1850 

Boston.. 1856. 12°. 

EliotI ( William G.) jr., St.Louis, Mo. The Unity of God.— Our 
Lord Jesus Christ. — The Holy Spirit. — Retribution. [ Tracts, N" 
287, 288, 290, 295 of the Amer. Unitarian Association. 12". Pam. 
V. 219. 

ELiZABETHt, Queen.of England. A Declaration of the cavses mooving 
the Queene of England to give aide to the defence of the people 
afflicted and oppressed in the Lowe Conntries. Imprinted at London 
by Christopher iBarlcer 20 p. — With, An Addition to the De- 
claration, tovohing the slavnders published of her Majcstie. 1585, 
4 p. sm. 4°. 

ELLETt (Charles) jr. Report and Plan for a wire suspension bridge, 
proposed to be constructed across the Mississippi river at St.Louis. 
Philadelphia.. 1840. 59 p. 4". 

Report on a Railway suspension bridge across the Connecticut 

river at Middletowa. Philadelphia, 1848. 8\ Pam. v. 283. 

Ellingee, Anselm. Von den bisherigen Versuohen iiber langere vor- 
aussioht der witterung. 1815. 40 p. See Kon. Baier. Ak. Red. v. 4. 

Elliot, H. M. Bibliographical Index to the Historians of Mnhamme- 
dan India. 'By H. M. Elliot, esq., Foreign Secretary to the Govern- 
ment of India. In four volumes. Vol. I, Oeneral Histories. * * * 
Calcutta.. 1849. 394 p.— TTjJA, Muntekhibat ea Tewarikhi Hind. 
Extracts from Histories of Hindostan, fornjing part of Vol. 4. 
Calcutta, 1848. 94 p. In 1 v. 8". 

ELLiOTt, Jonathan. Historical Researches of the ten miles square 
forming the District of Columbia ; with a Picture of Washington. 
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Elliotson, John. Human Physiology : With which is incorporated 
much of- the elementary part of the Institutiones PliysiologicEe of 
3. T. Eluraenbach 5th edition. London, 1840. 1194 p. 8". 



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Elliotson, John : 

The Harveian Oration, Roy. Coll. of Physicians, London, 1846. 

With an English version aad notes. London. 70 p. 8". Pam. v, 40.5. 

liLLiOTT & Nte. See Virginia State Directory. 

Elliott, A. B. Northwestern Manual and Traveler's Directory. Tfov, 

N.Y.1858. 56^.18". Pam. ,t. 610. 
Elliott, Charles W. The New-Englaad History, from the discovery 

of the continent by the Northmen, a.d. 986, to the period when the 

Oolonies declared their independence, a.d. IT'TB. New-York, 1857. 

2 v. 8". 
Elliott, E. B. On the Law of Human mortality that appears to 

obtain in Massachusetts From Proc. of Am. Assoc, for Adv. of 

Science. 1857. 51 - 82 p. 8". Pam. v. 564. 



Elliott!, Comm. Jesse D. Speech, Hagerstown, Md-, Nov. 4,1843. 
His Life. Philadelphia, 1844. 55, 82 p. 8". Pam. v. 521. 

Elliott Society op Natubai. Histobt of Charlestown, S.O. Pro- 
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ELList, Charles M. Hints for Relief, hy a general law to protect and 

promote amicable arrangements betwixt debtor and creditor. 

Boston, 1857. 60 p. 12". Pam. t. 290. 

ELList, G-eorge E. Sermon, Installation of Rev. lloratio Stebbins. . . 
Portland, Me., 1855. Charge, A. P. Peabofly, D.D. Right hand of 
fellowship, J.H.Allen. Portland, Me. 1855. 64 p. 8". Pam. v. 556. 

Sunday School instruction ; An Address at Salem, 1856. 

Worcester, 1857. 12". Pam. v. 289. 

ELLiat, Szr Henry. Catalogue. Hee Soe. of Antiquaries, London. 

Ellis, John. The Ellis Correspondence : Letters written during the 
years 1686, 87, 88, and addressed to : , . comprising many particu- 
lars of the Revolution. , , .Edited. . .with notes, .by the Hon. C A. 
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Ellis, Philip. The First Sermon preached before their Majesties at 
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ELList, B&v. William. Three Visits to Madagascar during the years 
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Ellis, Sir W. C, A Treatise on the nature, symptoms, causes, and 
treatment of insanity, with practical observations on lunatic asy- 
lums. . .London, 1838. 8". 

Ellison, H.J. The Church of England, the bulwark of the reforma- 
tion ; A Speech... Derby, Nov. 1850. London. 8°. Pam. v. 329. 

Ellwangbr & Baery. Descriptive Catalogue of ornamental trees, 
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Pam. V. 222.— For 1857. Cat. v. 505. 

Ellys, Anthony. Sermon, H. of Commons, Jan. 30, 1749 : Martyrdom 
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Elmham, ThomaB of. Historia Monasterii S. Augastini Cantuarieasis, 
ty Thomas ot Elmham. . , Ed. hy Charlea Hardwick. . . under the 
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Elmira Female College, Chemung County, N.T. 
18f55. — Addresses on inangnration of the first 
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Elmslet, Peter. Scholia. See Sophocles. 

Elout, C. p. J. Malay Dietionary and Grammai-. See Marsden, W. 

Elrinqton ( Charles K.), D.J). Remarks upon the reply of J. K. L. 
( Dr. Doyle?), to the charge of the Abp. of Dublin. Dublin, 1827. 
104 p. 8°. Pam.Y. S46. 

Elsemore, Moses. "An Impartial Account of the Life of the Rev. John 
N. Maffitt, with a narrative of the difficulties attending his first mar- 
riage. . .New-York (1848). 31 p. 8°. Pam. V.471. 

Elsnebus, G-isbertua M. Paulus brief aan de Romeinen. . .verklaard. 
. Eerste deel. Utrecht, 1763. 4". 

Elstnqe, Henry. Great Britain. See Remonstrance, 1612. 
ELTiNGE.Wilhelimia. A Peacemaker; or AnEsaayon the Atonement 

of Jesus Christ. New- Jersey, 1823. 21 p. 8". Pam. v. 295. 
Elton's Comro All-my-nack for 1840. N.York, 1840, 44, 46. Aim. 

v. 25.— For 1850, 51 : Elton's California Comic, 1850. Aim. v. 30 ; 

Elton's Funny Aln!,anaok, 1846. 12°. Aim. v. 43. 

The Ball of Yarn, or Queer, quaint and quiazioal stories. .New- 
York (1850). 98 p. 12-. Pam. V. 619. 

ELTONt ( Romeo), D.D- Life of Roger Williams***. Lond. 1852. 12". 

Elucidations of Dr. Hampden's theological statements. Oxford, 1836. 

47 p. 8". Pam. v. JiSO. 
ElwalL C. The Triumph of Truth, or Trial of Mr. E. Flwall. . .for 

. . .publishing a book in defence of. . .the Unity of God (1726). St. 

Ives, 1788. 8". Pam. v. 315. 
Elwyn (Alfred L.}, M-D. G-lossary of supposed Amerioanisms . .Phi- ' 

ladelphia, 1859. 122 p. 12°. 

Ely, Alfred B. American Liberty ; its sources, its dangers, and the 
means of its preservation : An Oration. . .in New- York, before the 
Order of United Americans, on the 22d Feb. 1850. . .N.Y. 1850. 8". 
Pam. V. 237. 

A Eulogy on the Life and Character of Zaohary Taylor, late 

President of the United States ... Newton, Massachusetts, Aug. 13, 
1850. Boston, 1850. 8". . Pam' v. 238. 

See Journal of. . .Preacher to the. . .Alms- 

Elt, Zebulon. The Death of Moses the servant of the Lord : a Ser- 
mon preached at tlie funeral solemnity of H. E. Jonathan Trnmbull, 
esq., LL.D., late Governor of Connecticut. .With Appendix. Hart- 
ford, 1786. 28 p. 8". 

The Wisdom and Duty of Magistrates : Sermon, General Eleo- 

tion. Hartford, 1804. 8". Pam. v. 557. 



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270 GENERAL LIBEAKT: 

Emanuel, Christian. Janus on Sion, or Past and to come. London, 

printed in the yeaar 1816. 139 p. 8°. Pam. v. 337. 
Bmdee, S. van. Byhels Hnia Boek. . .Utrecht, 1786. 396 p. 8". 
■ Katechismua der heUige Godgelccrdheid . , . .Utrecht, 1787, 90. 

2 T. in 1. 8». 
Emerson's Mahazine and Putnam's Monthly. New-York. V. x, 

July - Dec, 1858. See Putnam's Monthly. 
Emerson, Benjamin D. The National Spelling Boot and Pronouncing 

Tutor. . .170th edition. Boston [1828?]. 12". 
Emerson (Brown), D-D., Salem. Essential Bifferenoe hetween the 

Righteous and the Wicked : A Sermon, January 14, 1810, Salem, 

1810, 8". Pam. V. 105, 

Discourse, October 1, 1811, Salom Female Charitable Society. 

Salem, 1811. 8°. Pam. y. 105. 

The Equity of God's Dealings with Nations : A Sermon. .Day 

of Easting. , . .in Massachusetts ; occasioned by the declaration of 
war against Great Britain. . .Salem, 1812. 8°. Pam. v, 105. 

" Excellence of the Bible : A Sermon, Bible Society of Salem and 
vicinity, June 9, 1819. . .Salem, 1819. 12". Pam, v, 105, 
' Importance of llight Views of Christ ; A Sermon, Beverly, Dec, 
22, 1822,... Salem, 1823. 8". Pam. v. 105. 

A Sermon, South Church, Salem, on the thirty-eighth anu 

sary of his ordination, Salem, 1843. 8". Pam, y. 105. 

Emerson, E. Memoirs of the Conversion and Happy death of Mrs. 
Eleanor Emerson. New-York, 1817. 49 p. 8^ Bam. v, 471. 

Emersoh (G.), M-I>. An Address on the Completion of a Monu- 
ment erected to the memory of Thomas Godfrey, June 1843. Phila' 
delphia, 1843. 8°. Pam. v. 241. 

EMEE80N+, Ralph Waldo. Essays ; 1st Series. Boston. . .1841. 12' 



Emery, Hec.Sam. Hopkins. The Ministry of Taunton, with incidental 

notices of other professions. .With an introductory notice by Hon, 

Francis Baylies, Boston, 1853. 2 v. 12". 
Emigkant Aid CoMrANY. Organization, objects and plan of opera. 

tions of ;. .also, a Desoription of Kansas. 2d edition. .Boston, 1854. 

24 p, 8", Pam. V. 103,565. 
BmLyn, Thomas. 'A Full Inquiry into the original authority of 

1 John V, 7. ,2d edition. London, 1719. 36 p. 8".— An Answer to 

Mr. Martyn's critical dissertation on 1 JbAra v, 7. London, 1719. 

44 p. 8°. Pam, v. 313. 

Emmery, M. Catalogue des Mamiscrits et Documents relatifs a I'histoire 
de la Province do Lorraine et des Troia-Eveoh^s ;. . . .manusorita 
autographcs de Paul Ferry sur I'Eoriture Sainte. . .proveoant de la 
bibliothequc de feu ;..vente, 22 Oct.1849. Metz..l849. 153 p. 8". 
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Emmktt, J. Filmer. Belshazzar's Peast, i 

Poem. . .London, 1836. 36 p. 8". Pam. 
[ ] . Some Plain and honeat scriptural triitlia . . of tEe word Bishop 

. . .London, Palmer, 1836. 22 p. 12". Pam. v. 306. 

EsfMONst, Bbeneaer. Geological Eeport of the midland counties of 
North- Carolina. Illustrated with engravings. New- York. ,1856. 8°. 

Keport of the G-eologioal Survey : Agriculture of the eastern 

counties, together with descriptions of the fossils of the mar! beds. 
Kaleigh,1858. 314 p. 8". 

Emmons, Lieut. George P. See United States Navy, history. 
Emmons, Henry. Sermon, Death of Charles M.Jenkins, delivered in 

the Unitarian church, Vernon, N.Y. .With a biographical sketch by 

A.J.Upson. Albany, 185r. 57 p. 8°. Para. v. 555. 
EMMOKst ( Nathaniel ), D. D. Discourse, Annual Past in MassachusettB, 

1801 : 2 Kings svii, 21. Salem, 1S02. 8". Pam. v. 559. 
Emory College, Oxford, Ga. Catalogue, 1857. Atlanta, 1858. 8". 

Pam. v. 481. 
Empire Almanac : G.R. Perkins, Eoehester, N.Y. 1847. 12", Aim. 

v. 37. 
Empiee (.The) OP Eeason r An Allegory, addressed to the Dialectic 

Society, at the Military Academy, West Point, N.York. Newhurgh, 

1829. 24 p. 12". Pam. V. 103. 
Empire State Mutual Health Association at West Galway, N.Y. 

By-laws. . .Albany, 1850. 12^ Pam. v. 501. 
Emporium R. E. & M. Company. See Smith, J. I'. 
Empson, Charles. Narratives of South America . . . eoUeeted during a 

four year's residence in tropical regions. London, 1836. S22 p. 8". 
BNCYCLOP^DiAf Britannica : Vol. VIII - XVI ; Dia - Orn. 1855 - 

1858. London. 9 v. 4". 
Endioott, Charles M. Account of Leslie's Retreat at the North Bridge, 

in Salem, on Sunday, Feb. 26, 1775. (Prom the Proceedings of the 

Essex Institute.) Salem, 1856. Pam. v. 195. 
Enoelmann, G. Traite (thoorique et pratique) de lithographie 

Edited by A. JPenot. Mulhouse, 1841(?). 467 p. 4", and 50 plates. 

Enoelmann, Wilhelm. Bibliotheca Geographica ; Verzeichniss der 
seit der mitte des vorigen jahrhundcrts bis zu ende des jahres 1856 
in Deutschland crschienenen werke iibcr goographie und reisen. . , . 
Leipzig, 1858. 2 v. 8°. 

Eibliotheoa Philologica, oder Alphabetischcs Veraeichniss dcrje- 

nigen grammatiken. , .und andcrer werke, welche zum studium der 
griechischen und lateinischea sprache gehGren, und vom jahre 1750 
zum theil auoh fruher, bis Eur mitte des jahres 1852 in Deutsohland 
erschienen sind. Dritte, , .auflage. Leipzig, 1853. 236 p. 8°. 

Bibliothek der Neueren Sprachen ; oder Verzeiehnias der in 

Deutschland besondersvom jahre 1800 an erschienen en grammatiker 
. .und anderer werke, welche das studium der lebender 
sprachen betreffen. . .Leipzig, 1842. 320 p. 8°. 



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272 GENERAL LIBRARY. 

England, Thomas K. A Short Memoir of au antique medal bearing 
. . . .the head of Christ and. . . .a curious Hebrew inscription lately 
found. ..in Ireland. ..London, 1819. 58 p. 8°. Pam. v. 401. 

England and thi; ExnisinoN or 1851, tested by the Word of God: 
by an observer of the times. Loudon. 11 p. 12". Pam. v. 339. 

England's Appeal from the Private Cabal at White-hall to the Great 
Council of the nation, the Lords and Commons in Parliament. Bya 
true lover of his oountry, i. e. Sir John Trevor? Anno 1673. 62 p. 4°. 
Pam. V. 407. 

England's Helicon, or tho Muses Harmony London, 161i. See 

Brydgos' Brit. Bibliog. v. 2. 

Englepield, Henry C. A Letter to the Author of the review of tho 
case of the Protestant disseaters. . . .London, 1T90. 66 p. 8°. Pam. 
V. 319. 

Engles, William M. A Caution against prevailing errors. Philadel- 
phia, Presb. Tract Soo. 1837. 12°, Pam. v. 631. 

English, Ebeuezer. A Talc and a Creed, or Reasons for warnings 
(with an appendix). Edinburgh, 1850. 81,46 p. 8". Pam. v. 300. 

"English ( W. H.), of Indiana. Speech, U.S. House of R., on the Ne- 
braska and Kansas bill. May 9, 1854. 11 p. S". Pam. v. 561. 

English and Dakota Vooabulaby : Ry a member of the Pakota 

mission [ Published by the Am. Board of C. for P. Missions]. 

New-York, 1852. 120 p. 8''. 

English and Tamil Dictionart ; containing al! the more impor- 
tant words in Dr. Webster's Dictionary of the English language. 
2d edition. . .Jaffna ( Ceylon), 1852. 970 p. S\ 

English Apollo (for-merly Apollo Anglieanus) : R. Saunders, Lon- 
don, 1679, 96, 1705, 15, 26, 29, 32, 50, 51, 59, 72, 78. 12". Aim. 
v.1-12. 

English (An) Ballad in answer to Mr. Despreanx'a Pindarique Ode 
on the taking of Namure***. By Mattkeio Prior. London, 1695. 
7 p. f . Pam. Y. 1103. 

English { The) Bastile ; or Scenes in a British prison-house. Boston. 

40 p. 8". Pam. v. 496. 
English Gbammar. Leading Principles of English grammar in Per- 
sian and English. Calcutta, 1838. 18". 
English Historical Society -. Publications. London, 1838-1856. 

29 V. 8". Contents : 

AdamuB Murlmuthensis, Chronica sui temporis, 1303 - 46, cum continua- 
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Eeda, Historia Eccl. Gentis Anglorum. Ed. 'J. Stevenson. 

Beda, Operft Historica minora. Recen. J. Stevenson. 

Florontins Wigorniensis, Chronicon ad 1141. Ed. B. Thorpe. 2 t. 

Gildas, Opus de Excidio Britannia. Ed. J. Stevenson, 

Henrici Qointi Gesta cum Chronica Neustria*. lUustravit B. Williams. 

Kemble, J. M. Codes Diplomatious Mx\ Saxonici. 6 v. 

Nennius : Historia Britonum. Eecen. J. Stevenson. Wonting. 

Ricardus Divisiensis : Ohron. de Rebus gestis Rigardi I. Cora. J, Steven- 



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Bichart Deux : Ohronicque de la Traison et Mort de. . .Par B. Williams. 
Rozeri de Wendoror Chronica. Ed, H. O.Ooxe. 4 t, — With Appendix, 

1 y.~ 5 y. 
Stephen : Gesta Stephani, E^is Anglorum ct Dncis Normannorum 

Reoen.E.CSewell. 
Trivetus (F.Nicholaus), Do Ordine Fratrum prasdicatoruro, AnnaleaSex 

Eegum Anglic, etc. 1136 - 1307. Reoen. T. Hc^. 
Walter de Hoiningburgh. . . .Ohronicon de Gestis Kegiim Angliie. Eecen. 

H.C. Hamilton; 2 v. 
Willelrai Malmesbiriensis Monachi, Gesta Eegum Anglorum. Recen. T, D. 

Hardy. 2 v. 
Willelmus Parvus, de Newbui^h : Historia Eerum Auglicarum. E«cen. 

H.C.Hamilton. 1856. 2 v. 

English ( The) UNiVBasiTiF.s, iu the North American Review : An 
Essay, hy a LL.B.of Harvard College, some time commoner of 
Magdalen Hall, Oxford. By Wm.A. Rich. Albany, 185'4.' 34 ji. 8". 
Pam. T. 278. 

Englishman's Almanack, 1833. London. 72 p. — Englishman's and 
Family Almanack, 1852. London. 72 p. 12". Aim. v. 49. 

Englishman ( T-he) Deceived -. A Political piece ; wherein some very 
important secrets of state are briefly recited. . .London ; reprinted 
New- York, Holt, 1768. 40 p. 8". 

ENQUiEEUt, The. Vol.1, N" 1, Extra : The Pathology of Drunken- 
ness. . .with drawings of the drunkard's stomach. . .by T- Sewall. — 
N" 2, Correspondence on the Communion : E. C. Delavan, &c. — N° 
4, Dr. Nott's ten lectures. Albany, 1841 - 46. 4". 

Enquirer (The) FOR Truth ; A periodical publication, April 1827 
to April 1828., Canton, Ohio. 8". 

Enquiry (An) after New Lights, Innovators and Enthusiasts, &o. In 
a Letter to the Eov. Thomas Jones, . .occasioned by his sermon. . . 
By William Mason? London, 1755. 11 p. 4°. See [Olune, A.]. 
Cat. 1855. 

Enquiry (An) into the Causes of the decay of the dissenting interest. 
London, 1730. 44 p. 8°. Pam. v. 318. 

Enquiry (An) into the Conduct of a late Eight Honourable Commoner, 
W. Pitt (1766). By H. Cotes, assisted by R. Gremille. 72 p. 8\ 
Pol. Tr. T. 4. 

Enquiry (An) into the Conduct of the Ministry, and the reasonableness 
of the present disoonteats. London, 1734. 30 p. 8°. Pam, v. 418, 

Enquiry (An) into the Doctrine lately propagated concerning libels, 

warrants, and the Beisure of papers In a letter to Mr. Almon, 

from the father of Candor. By R. Grenville? Dublin, 1765. 99 p. 
8°. Pam. V. 450. See Letter concerning libels. 

Enquiry (An) into the Evidence of the Christian religion. By Mrs. 
John JHewco-me. Cambridge, 1728. 143 p.' 8". Pam. v. 332. 

Enquiky (An) into the Evils of general suffrage and frequent elections 
in Lower Canada. By CamiDus.. Montreal, 1810. 32 p. 8°. Pam. 
V.503. 

Enquiry (An) into the Measures of submission to the supream autho- 
rity (1700?). 8 p. 4". Pam, v. 358. 
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ENQUiny (An) into the Merit of assassination ; with a view to the 

character of Caesar By Aaron Hill. London, 1738. viii, 99 p. 

S". Pam. V.419. 

Enquiry (An) into the Nature, defects and abuses of the British Con- 
stitution ; with StrictareB on the present administration. London, 
1792. 8°. Pam. T. 221. 

Enquiry (An) into the Reasons for abrogating the test imposed on all 
members of parliament ofFereii by Sa. Oxon. (1688), 8 p. i". Pam. 
V. 358. 

Enquiry (An) into the Reasons of the conduct of Great Britain with 
relation to the present state of affairs in Europe. London, 1727. By 
B, Hoadley. 112 p. — A Defence of the Enquiry. .&o., occasioned 
by the paper. , .in the Craftsman, Jan. 4, 1728-8. By B. Hoadley. 
London, 1729. 40 p. 8". Pam. v. 409, 443. 

Enquiry (An) into the Studies and Discipline adopted in the English 
universities, as preparatory to holy orders in the established church 
. . .By a Graduate. London, 1824. 65 p. 8". Pam. v. 325, 386. 

Ens, Job. Letterkundlge en Stigteljke Aanmerkingen over lesaiaa 
si, xii. Leyden,1764. e62p. 18°. 

Enthusiasm of Methodists, &c. See [ Laviagton, Bishop George]. 
EPAMiNONDAst, Pseud. Answer to a Clandestine Address to the Elec- 
tors of the State of New-York, signed by Robert Troup and others. 

By Epaminondas. 16 p. 8". Pam. v. 197. 
EPHEMERI8 -. Job Gadbury. London, 1679, 96 ; 1705, 15, 26, 29, 32, 

50, 51, 59. 18". Aim. v. 1 - 12. 
Epiphanii ( D.) Episco^l Constautise Cjpri contra ootoaginta hsereses 

Opus : Panarium, sive Arevla avt Oapsvla Medica appellatum ; 

continens libros tres, . . .lano Cornario. . .interprete. .Item. . .liber 

Ancoratus. . . .liber Anacephaleosis . . , libellus de niensuria ao pon- 

deribus Basilete, 1543. f . 

Bpisoopacy examined iu Its exclusive claims, doctrines and usages. 

By Chor Episcopus, i. e. Rev. M. Gallagher. Utica, 1849. 104 p. 

12". Pam. V. 622. 
Episcopal Missionary Association for the West. Report.. 1856. 

Phil'a, 1856. 41 p. 8". Pam. v. 542. — See also Prot. Episcopal. 
Epp, F. X. Ueber den so genanaten Hehrrauch welcher im jahre 1783 

nioht nur in Baiern, sondern ganz Europa erschienan. 1787. 31 p. 

See Kon. Baier. Ak. Redcn, v. 3. 



£pOQims DE l'Eglise de Lyon : Fragment de I'Histoire do I'Eglise 

de J6sus Christ.*** A Lyon. .1827. 8". 
EHASMUst, Desiderius. . . . OoUoquia Eamiliaria nonnuUa. . . . With a 

literal translation. By Mr. John Clarke, of Hull. A new edition. . . 

by James Ross, Prof, of the Latin and Greek languages In the city 

of Philadelphia. Philadelphia, 1810. 166 p. 12". 

. with English translation by J. Clarke. 



Colloquia. See Corderius, M. 



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FIRST SUPPLEMENT. 276 

Paraphrasis Dea. Erasmi Hot. in Evangelium loacnis. Lugduni 

apud Seb. Gryphiura, 1542. 18". 

Ericsson, John. Report of the Comm. o- 
tion of : U.S. Sen. Doet. 1848. S p. 8". 

BRiEt County, N.Y. : Board of Supervisors. Correspondence relative 
to, . .establishing a workhouse. , .Buffalo, 1846. 26 p. Pam. v. 535. 

: Proceedings, Oct. 6,1852; Oct. 4, 1853. Buffalo, 1852, 

54. 59, 79 p. 8". Pam. v. 530. 

Erie County Penitentiary. 9th Report, 1856. Buffalo, 1857. 8". 

Pam. V. 538. 
Erlangen University. Handaohriften-Katalog. See Irmischer, J. C- 

Ernulphus, Bp. of Rochester. Aaathema, Latin and English; 1 p. 
Pam. Y. 1004. 

EronoeLi-B, p. Trans. Nova Franoia. See Lescarbot. Cat. 1855. 

Ersch, Joh. S. Bibliographisches Handbuch der Philologischen Lite- 

ratnr der Deutsohen von der mitte dea aohtaehnten jahrhunderts bis 

auf die neueate zeit. , . In systematiseher ordnung bearbeitet. . .von 

Dr. C. A.Geisaler. Dritte auflage. Leipzig, 1845. 1029 col. 8°. 
BRSKiNEt, Eev. Ehenezer. The Assurance of Baith opened and applied ; 

being the substance of six discourses With a reoommendatory 

preface on Dr- EeUamy's theology- 3d edition. London, printed ; 

Boston, N.E., Z. Powle, 1759. 128 p. 8^ 
BRSKiNEt ( Thomas), Lord. A Letter to the Barl of Liverpool, on 

the subject of the Greeks 2d edition, London, 1822. 40 p. 8". 

Pam. V. 392. 
Erskine College, Due West, Abbeville District, S.C. Catalogue, 

1849. Charleston, 1849. 8". Pam. v. 481. 
Ertheiier, Moritz. Lecture on the Study of the German Language, 

N.Y. Merc. Lib. Association, Dec. 13, 1845. New-York, 1846. 8°. 

Pam. V. 278. 
Erwin County, JV.y. Statistics q/'(Aej)rojjose(^coMM(y, 1856. 13 p. 8°. 

Pam. V. 530. 

ESCHMANN, J. : Editor. See Switzerland, Ergehnisse, etc. 

EspAONS, Johan d'. Alle de Wercken van. .nit het Frans. Utrecht, 
1678. 2 V. in 1. 18-. 

EspaSa DrviDiDA. See Spain. 

EsPiNAi.T (Bernardo), y Garcia. Atlante Espaiiol, 6 descripcion 

general geografica, cronologica, 6 hiatorica de Espafia Madrid, 

1778 - 87. 13 V. 18°. Contents .- 



EsPYt, James P. See United States : Meteorology. 
EsauiROL, E. Des Maladies Mentales, considerees sous lea rapports 
medical, hygienique et medico-legal. .Accompagn6es de 27 planches 



r la Biblioth^quo du Roi. See [Le Prince]. 



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are general libeahy. . 

Essay (An) in Vindication ,of tlie Continental Colonies of America, 
from a eensuie of Mr. Adam Smithy in his theory of moral senti- 
ments. With some reflections on slavery in general ; By an Ameri- 
can***. London, lIQi. 46 p. B". 

Essay (An) on Church Reform. London, 1851. 88 p. 8". Pam. v. 329. 

Essay (An) on Establistmeuts in Religion. With remarks on the con- 
feSBional. By J. Rotheram. New castle- upon- Tjue, 1767. 148 p. 8°. 
Pam. Y. 301. 

EssAT (An) on Flogging in the Navy, .suggesting substitutes. [ From 
Demoo. Review, v. 25.] N.Tork, 1849. 56 p. 8", Pam. v. 199, 529. 

Essay (A Seventh) on Free Trade and Finance. . .By a Citizen of Phi- 
ladelphia. By P. Webster. Philadelphia, 1785. 38 p. 8". 

Essay (An) on Religion : Demonstrating that God's being and exis- 
ting as a trinity in unity are self-evident. . . .2d ed. with additions. 
London, 1737. x, 147 p. 8°. Pam. v. 444. 
IFirst edition had for title : " Essay on Free Thinking," &c. 

Essay (An) on Spirit, 1751. See [ Clayton, R.]. 

Essay (An) on the Ereedom of the Will in God and in ereaturos. .By 

Isaac Wads, D.D. London, 1732. 106 p. 8". Pam. v. 308, 
Essay (An) on the Merchandise of Slaves and Sonls of Men ; Reeela- 

tions xviii, 13. With an application thereof to the Church of Rome. 

By a Gentleman. . .Printed at Boston in New-England. Reprinted 

London, 1732. 6, 27 p. 8°. 
Essay (An) on the Origin, Character and Views of the Protestant 

dissentors. Oxford, 1790. 29 p. 8°. Pam. v. 319. 
Essay (An) on the Public debts of this kingdom. , . .the progress of 

the sinking fund described In a letter. . . .3d edition. By Sir 

NathaTiael Gould. London, 1726. 120 p. 8". Pam. v. 417. 
Essay (An) on the Sinking fund. . .and the right of the public to that 

fund asserted and maintained. 2d edition. London, 1737. 85 p. 8°. 

Pam. V. 427. 

Essay (An) towards a demonstration of the Scripture Trinity. By Phi- 
Ian thr opus Londinensis, 2d edition. London, 1738. 172 p. 8". Pam. 
V. 312. 

Essay (An) upon Taxes, calculated for the present juncture of afiairs 
in England. London, 1693. By Sir R. Temple or G. Saeille. 26 p. 
4°. Pam. V. 408. 

Essays upon the making of saltpetre and gunpowder. Published by 
order of the Com. of Safety of the Colony of New- York. London, 
1776. 39p. 8o. 

Essays on Truth and Knowledge, relating chiefly to the definition of 
truth and to the definition and division of knowledge. . . .Printed, 
but not published. ...G. H., i.e- Gideon Hawley, LL.D- Albany, 
1856. 229 p. 8^ 

Essence (The) op Malone. London, 1800. See [Hardlnge, G.]. 
Essex Agricitltural Society. Transactions [with the Annual ad- 
dresses] , 1818 - 1855, ¥.1-5. Salem, Massachusetts, 5 v. 8". Wanting 
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Essex Baptist Association, N.T. Minutes, 1815. 8°. Pam. v. 466. 
Essex Company, Lawrence, Mass. Koport, May 25, 1852. Boston, 
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Essex Institute. Proceedings, v. i, 1848 to 1856. Salem, & 
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Historical Collectiona, V. I., Salem, 1859. 5iios. sm.4°. 

Essex (The) Junto and the British Spy; or Treason Detected 

[Documents from J.Henry]. Printed at Salem, 1812. 35 p. 8". Pam. 

■V. 526. 
Essex South Conference. Report of Com. on Foreign Missions. 

Salem, Mass. 1845. 12 p. 12°. Pam. v. 525. 
Establishment ( The ) vindicated against the advocates for liceEtiotis- 

ness. London, 1730. 47 p. Pam. v. 322. 
Esther Institute. Catalogue for the 1st, 2d and 3d years, ending 

June 29, 1855. Columbus (Ohio), 1855. Pam. v. 212. 
Estienne, G. Souvenirs et Impressions, ou Lettres a Lady * • * *, 

publiies par C. Estienne. Paris, 1855. 18". 
Estienne, Henri. Thesaurus Graacee Linguse ah H. Stephaoo con- 

struotus. Editio nova auctior et emendatior, v. i- vii. — V. Viil, 

Cyrilli, Philoxeni, aliorumque veterum glossaria, Latino-G-rteca et 
'' " " 1- ■■ >■ . "^ (iidini, in Eedihua Valpianis 

r. 

Concio habita in S"Alphegi Ecclesia, Ap. 28, 1724 

.. ..coram veaerabili conveatii. . , .£pA. v, 16. Londini. 4". Pam. 
V. 362. 
Etat de MEDECiNE.Chirurgieet Pharmacie, en Europe (etprincipalc- 
. ment en France), pour Paan^e 1776, 1777. Paris, P. Fr. Didot, 

1776, 1777. 2 V. 12°. 
£tat MiiiTAiRE DE la G-rande BuetagNe, pour.. 1774. 15'"" ed. 

Paris. 76 p. 18". 
Etat Physique, , .dc I'Asio, I'Afrique et de I'Amerique. Sec Alma- 

naclr AmSricain. 
Etat Politique actuel del'Angicterro, ou Lettres sur les ccritspahlics 

de la nation angloiae. , -By E. X Geraef. PaWs, 1757-59. 10 v. 18". 
Etats-unis ( Les ) et rAngletcrre, ou Souvenirs et reflexions d'un 

citoyen amerieain. Essais tradnits sur lo maauscrit de I'autetir ***. 

War of 1812. B^ William Lee. Bordeaux, D^c. 1814. 349 p. 8". 
Euclid. Enunciations and Corollaries of the Propositions of the six 

first books of Euclid, together with the 11th. London, 1823. 36 p. 

Pam. V. 402. 

Eudoxia, Consort of Peter the Great. See History, Cat. 1855. 

EuaiPiDEst. ETPiniiOT TA SiiZOMENA : Euripidis .quse extant 
omnia. ..Recensuit. . .S.Musgrave, M.D. Aeoedunt Scholia grjeca 
in septem priorea tragcedias ex optimis et locupletissimis editionihua 
recusa. Oxonii, 1778. 4 v, 4°. 

Euripidis Tragcedire priores quatuor. Edidit Eicardua Person, 

A.M Recensuit suaaque notulas subjeeit Jacobus Scholefield, 

A.M Editio secunda. Cantabrigito, 1829. 543 p. 8". 



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BUEIPIDES : 

Notfe PhilologioEe et GrammatioEe in Euripidis Tragcediaa : E 

variis virormn doctorum commentariia maxima ex parte seleotte, et 
textui MatthiEeano accommodatie. By G. T. Londini, 1828. 2 v. 8". 

The. Tragedies of Euripides translated. Pj/ iE. Poi(er. In two 

volumes. London, 1781, 83. 2 v. 4". 

EuKOPEAN AND NoRTH AMERICAN RAILWAY. Plan for shortening 
tlie time of passage between New-Tork and London , , Conyention at 
Portland, Maine, and the charter. Portland, 1850. 155 p. 8". Pam. 
V. 285. 

EusEBius, Pseud. The Actual State of clerical education examined 
in a letter to. .Lord LiverpooL By Ensebius. Lond. 1826. 35 p. 8". 
Pam. V. 386. 

EusTAPHievE, A. Strictures on "the Correspondence respecting 
Russia." See Tchuykevitch, Col. 

EvANQELiOAL Almanack. Albany, 1823. 12". Aim. v. 23. 
EvANGBLiOAL Chitrch of Bolton, Lancaster, Sterling, and Stow : 
Confession of faith. Lancaster, Mass. 1830. 16 p. 8°. Pam. v. 484. 

Evangelical! Luthbran CHtrnoH. Catechism for the use of 

Churches. Albany, 1855. 38 p. 18°. Pam. v. 604. 

Constitution of the Parent Education Soicety. G-ettysburg, Pa. 

1835. 12". Para. V. 278. 

Triennial Report of the Executive Oommittee of the Foreign 

Missionary Society of ; . .1853. — Biennial Report, 1855. — Biennial 
Report, 1857. Albany, 1853, 55, 57. 8". Pam. v. 198, 232, 490. 

Evangelical Lutheran Church of St. John. Address of the Ma- 
nagers of the Miss. Tract and Book Society of : Philadelphia, 1851. 
40 p. 12". Pam. v. 490. 

EvANGELiOALt LuTHERAN MiNiSTEEiUM of the State of New-York 
(and adjacent States and countries). Extracts from the Minutes : 
33d Session, 1828; 34th, 1829; 41st Synod, 1836 ; 42d,1837; 43d, 
1838; 44th, 1839; 46th, 1840; 47th, 1842; 48tli, 1843 ; 49th, 
1844; 51st, 1846; 53d, 1848 -to the 60th, 1855. Printed at Johns- 
town, Cooperstown, Baltimore, Albany. In 1 v. 8". 

r Constitution. 3d edition. Albany, 1856. 12". — Minutes of the 

63d Synod, New- York city, 1858. Albany, 1858. 48 p. 8". Pam. 
V. 490. 

Evangelical ( The) Magazine and Missionary Chronicle, 1816- 
1817, Vol. 24, 25 ; 1820 - 22, Vol. 28 - 30. 5 vol.— New Series, 
1831 - 1850, Vol. 1 - 28. London. 33 v. 8". 

EvANGELiCALt REVIEW ; C. P. Krauth, W. M. Reynolds and M. L. 
:, Editors. Vol. 7 - 10, July 1855 - April 1859. Gettysburg, 
Vania. 4 v. 8". 

Evans, Mr. Catalogue of Library of a nobleman, and of the late Bp. 
■ of Calcutta. . .auction of, by, . .London, 1825. 44 p. Cat. v. 94. — 
Of an illustrious foreign personage, 1831. 52 p. — Catalogue of a 
consignment from Spain. 1839,8". Cat. v. 96. 

[ EvANst, Caleb]. Letter to the Rev. Mr- John Wesley, occasioned 
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See Letter to J. Wesley. 

— A Letter to tte Kev- Mr, Jolin Wesley, occasioned by his Calm 

Address to tte American Colonies ***. New edition London, 

1775. Tiii, 24 p. 12". 

: A Sermon, Nov. 5, 1775 ; Gal. 

Political Sophistry detected, or Brief Remarks on the Kev. Mr. 

Fletcher's late Tract entitled " American Patriotism "... .Bristol, 
Eng.me. 36 p. 12". 

EvANst, Estwiok. Essay on State Rights. (First of a series). . . . 

Washington, 1844. 40 p. 8". Pam. v. 194. 
Evans (F. W.), New-Lebanon, N.Y. A short Treatise on the Second 

appearing of Christ. . .Boston, 1853. 24 p. 12". Pam. v. 540. 

Shakers : Compendium of the origin. . ,of the United Society of 

Believers in Christ's Second appearing. With biographies of Ann 
Lee, etc. New- York, 1859. x, 104 p. 18". 

EvANet (George), of Maine. Speech, U.S.H. of R., on Appropriations 
for fortifications. Washington, 1836. 24 p. 8^ Pam. v. 487- 

Speech, U.S.H. of R., upon, .theNortheastern Boundary, Wa- 

shingtoa, 1838. 30 p. 8". Pam. v. 487. 

Speech, U.S. Sen., upon the Resolutions of Mr, Clay. . .and the 

necessity of augmented duties upon imports, . . .Washington, 1842. 
44 p. 8". Pam. v. 290. 

TheTariff of 1842 vindicated : Speech, U.S. Sen., in reply to Mr. 

McDuffie. Washington, 1844. 40 p. 8". Pam. v. 290. 

Evans, Hugh. Sermon, Death of Dr. Thomas : Zech. i, 5. Bristol, 
Eng. ( 1773).— Sermon, Bristol Education Society, 1773 : 2 Cor. 
iii, 6. Bristol. Pam. v. 373. 

Evans, Israel. A Discourse delivered in New-York before a brigade 

of Continental troops. .. .S'G-eorge's Chapel. . .Dec. 11, 1783, the 

day ... of public thanksgiving for . . . Peace. By the Rev. I. Evans, 

A.M., Chaplain. . .Pub. by J, Holt. 8^ 
Evans, James C. Letter to... Lord Lyndhurst on the proposed 

alteration of the law of charitable trust, contained in the Dissenters' 

Chapel-bill. London, 1844, 8". Pam. v. 320. 
Evans (John), M.A. Sermon, before Lord Mayor, Oct. 22, 1682 : 

Phil, iv, 5. London, i". Pam. v. 360. 
EvANst (John), D.D. Sermon, May 19, 1706, Victory in Brabant, 

May 12 t Ps. xsi, 3. London. 8". Pam. v. 379. 

A Second Letter to Mr. dimming concerning the regard which 

ought to be had to Seriptnre-oonsequenoes : in defence of the former. 
London, 1722. With An appendix in relation to a passage of Sir 
Isaac Newton's. 136, 14 p. 8". Pam. v. 341. 

Evans [Rev. John), LL.D. The Christianity of the New Testament 
impregnable : An Address occasioned by the trial of Mr. R. Carlile 
for the republication of Paine'a Age of Reason. .2d edition. Lond. 
1819. 8^ Pam. v. 376. 



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EvANst ( Eev. Join), A.M. Memoirs of the Life and "Writings of thg 
Uev. William Eichards, LL.D., who died at Ljan, Sept. 10, 1810. . 
with some account of the Kev. Roger Williams. . ,***. Chiswick. , 
1819.12". 

EvANet, Lewis, fteog., Hist., Philos., and Mechanical Essays. N" ir, 
containiog, a letter representing the impropriety of sending forces 
to Virgiaia ; the importance of taking Port Frontcnac. . . .with an 
answer to so much thereof as concerns the public, .by Lewis Eyans. 
Philadelphia.. 1756. 42 p. 4°. 

Evans, Nathaniel. Poems on several occasions, witli some other com- 
positions. By Nathaniel Evans, A.M., late Missionary, .for Glouces- 
ter county, N.J Philadelphia, printed by John DuaJap, 1772. 

xxviii, 160, 24 p. 8°. - 

EvANst, Oliver. Oliver Evaaa to hia Counsel, who are engaged in de- 
fence of his patent rights for the improvements he has invented ; 
containing a short account of two out of eighty of his inventions. . 
56 p. 8°. Pam. T. 198. 

EVANSON, Edward. Three Discourses. .Lond. 1773. 8^ Pam. v. 373. 

[ ]. See Doctrine of a Trinity, 1772. 

EvANSON, Rev. W. A. Historical Summary of Facts attending the 
■ conversion of H. H. the Prince of Salm-Salm from the Eoman 
Catholic religion. . .London, 1827. viii, 63 p. 8^ Para. v. 346. 

EvELEiGH, John. Sermon : Plurality of Porsons in the Godhead 
proved. . : ZecA. ii, 8-11. Oxford, 1796. 8". Pam. v. 313, 

Evening Post, Extra. History of the Canal Policy of the State of 
New-York, In review of a letter written by S. E. Euggles to some 
citizens of Rochester (1849). 16 p. 8''. Pam. v. 477. 

Evenings at Haddon Hall ; A series of romantic tales of the olden 
time. With illustrations by George Oattermole. London, Bohn, 
(1853). 12°. 

EvERAUD, E. The Depositions and Examination of Mr. Edmund 
Everard ... concerning the horri^ popish plot against the life of his 
sacredMajesty. .Lond., D.Newman, 1679. ii,16p.f. Pam.v.1103. 

EvEKBST, Ree. Robert. A Journey through the United States and 

■ part of Canada. London, 1855. 8°. 
EvEEETTt, Alexander H. Poems by : . .Boston, 1845. 105 p. 12". 
EvERETTt, Edward. An Address .... Funeral of Rev. John Abbot, 

Pastor of the First Church of Christ in Boston. Boston, 1814. 8^ 

Pam. V. 214. 

Address, American Colonisation Society .Washing ton, 1853. Pam. 

T. 462. 

Correspondence on Cuba, 1853. See United States, Cuba. 

The Discovery and Colonization of America, and immigration to 

the United States ; a Lecture, N.Y. Hist. Sec Boston, 1853. 8". 

Pam. V. 204, 492. 

Stability and Progress : Remarks made on the Fourth of July 

1853, in Paneuil Hall. Boston, 1853. S". Pam. v. 286. 

Speech, U.S. Sen., on the Nebraska and Kansas territorial bill, 

Feb. 8, 1854. Washington, 1854. 14 p. 8". Pam. v. 561. 



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Address, New- York State Agrieultuial S 

9, 1857. Albany, 1857. 8". Pam. v. 286. 

Speeches, July 4, 1858. See Boston, 

Life of George Washington. New- York, 1860. 348 p. 12». 

The Mount Vernon Papers. New-York, 1860. 491 p. 12". 

EvEEOREENt (The), or Monthly Church Magazine. .Ed. by Wil- 
liam H. Onderdonk. Vol. ix, x,1852, 53. New- York. 2 v. S". 

Evidence Demonstrating the Falsehoods of William L. Stone con- 
cerning the Hotel Dieu Nunnery of Montreal. N. Y- 1837. SI p. 12°. 
Pam. y. 504. 

Evidence ( The) for our Saviour's resurrection considered . . By Henry 
Grove. London, 1730. 72 p. %". Pam. v. 309. 

Evidence that the Relation of Josephus concerning Herod's having 
new built the temple at Jerusalem is either false or misinterpreted. 
2d edition. Oxford, 1788. 107 p. 8°. Pam. v. 321. 

Evidence ( The) of the Resurrection cleared from the esceptions of a 
late pamphlet. . . .of T. Morgan. By Bp. C. Moss. London, 1744. 
164 p. 8". Pam. T. 309. 

Evils of the Policy pursued towards the Church; in four letters, .by 
a country pastor. London, 1849, 43 p. 8°. Pam. v. 328. 

EvLlYA, Effendi: Narrative of Travels in Europe, Asia and Africa, 
in the seventeenth century, by Evliya Efendi. Translated from the 
Turkish by the Bitter Joseph Von Hammer. .London, Orien. Trans- 
Fuud, 1S34. xviii, 186p.4''. 
. EWBANK+, Thomas. Life in Brazil ; or, A Journal of a Visit to the 
Land of the Cocoa and the Palm. With an appendix containing il- 
lustrations of ancient South- American arts . . . With over 1000 illus- 
trations. New- York.. 1856. 8". 

Indian Eeraaina in South-America. See U.S. N. Astr. Expl. 

Expedition. 

Paddles of Steamers : . . ( From the Jour, of Franklin Ins.). 8°. 

Pam. V. 272. 

EwELL { Thomas), M.D. of Va. Plain Discourses on the laws or pro- 
perties of matter, containina the elements or principles of modern 
chemistry. . .New- York, 1806. 469 p. 8°. 

Statement of Improvements in the theory and practice of the 

science of medicine***. Philadelphia, 1819. 168 p. 8". 

EWEB, F. C. The Eventful Nights of August 20th aad 21st : A Spt- 
ritualistiQ veDelalion. See Pioneer, 1855. Pam. v. 563. 

EwiNQ, Andrew. An Oration delivered on the occasion of the inau- 
guration of the bust of. . ,G-en. A. Jackson, in. . .Memphis. . .Nash- 
ville, 1859. 8". Pam. v. 502. 



EwiNG (Thomas), of Ohio. Speech, U.S. Senate, on removals fro 
office. Washington, 1851. 30 p. 8". Pam. v. 487. 



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Exact (An) and Authentic Narrative of the events 'which took place 
in Baltimore on the 27th and 28th of July last. .To which is added 
a narrative of Mr. John Thomson. . .Sept. 1, 1812. 71 p. IS". 

Examination (An) of a Letter published under the name of L 1 

G 1 B h (Bligh), and addressed to the Hon. W m 

P 1, esq. London, Hooper, 1768. 75 p. 8°. Pam. v. 447. 

Examination (An) of Dr. Tyler's Vindication of his "Strictures" on 
the Christian Spectator. By Evangelus Pacificus, i, e. Rev. Hubbard 
Winsloto. Boston, 1830. 56 p. 8". Pam. v. 295. 

Examination (An) of the Conduct of the Esecutive of the United 
States towards the French Repuhlic . . By a Citizen of Pennsylvania. 
PhUadclphia,1797, 72 p. 8°. Pam v. 19. 

Examination of the Doctrine declared and the Powers claimed by the 
Rt. Rev. Bishop Ives, in a pastoral letter to the clergy and laity of 
his diocese. By a Lay Member of the Prot. E[>is. Ohuroh of North 
Carolina. Philadelphia, 1849. 8°. Pam. v. 200. 

Examination of the Indian Question. From the Globe of March 31, 
1832. 8". Pam. v. 195. 

Examination ( An) of the late Proceedings in Congress, respecting the 
of&cial conduct of the Secretary of the Treasury. Printed within 
the United States [ March, 1793]. 28 p. 8°. Pam. v. 197. 

Examination of the Legality of the General Orders which confer assi- 
milated rank on officers of the civil branch of the United States 
Navy. By a Surgeon. Philadelphia, 1848. 8". Pam. v. 102. 

JExAMi nation (An) of the new Tariff proposed by the Hon. H. Baldwin 
. . .By One of the People. New-York, 1821. 268. p. 8". 

Examination of the Opinion contained in the Report of the Onondaga 
Commissioners, on the military grants of the 17th Feb. 180O, to 
his Excellency the Governor ; and by him transmitted to the Hon. 
the Legislature, with a view to its refutation, Bv a Western Citizen. 
Albany, 1800. 24 p. 8". Pam. v. 195. 

Examination (An) of the Principles, and an Enquiry into the conduct 
of the two B***'s. . . .4tli edition. By John Perceval, IS. Earl of 
Egmont. London, 1749. 79. p. 8". Pam. v. 133, 409. 

Examination (An) of the Principles and boasted disinterestedness of 
a Jate right honorable gentleman, W. Pitt, in a letter from an old 
man of business to a noble lord ***. By Charles Lloyd. London, 
1766. Sip. 8". Pol. Tr. V.4. 

Examination (An) of the Scheme of Church power, laid down in the 
Codex juris ecclesiastici anglicani. By Sir Michael Foster- London, 
1736. 8". Pam. v. 322. 

Examiner ( The), or New- York Recorder and Baptist Register, t. i, 
June 28, 1855 - June 19, 1856. (Bound with New-York Baptist 
Register). Vol. i. No. 1, June 26, 1856 - vol. iri. No. 50, June 
3, 1858 in 1 v. f. 

Excellence ( The) of the Holy Scriptures ...By Eev. Joseph Hughes. 

London, 1803. 24 p.4\ Pam. v. 1004. 
Bxbmpla Minora; or new English examples to be rendered into Latin 

...First Am.... edition... New-Haven, 1821. 227 p. 18°. 



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Exeter Hall Esliibition of paintings illustrative of sacred history, hj 
ancient masters, 1832, 8", Pam, v. 400. 

Exhibition (An) of some of the dishonorable means used to bring 
into contempt tho peculiar principles of the Associate Church. By 
the publisher of the Religious Monitor, i. e. Ckauncey Webst^. 
Albany, 1835. 70 p. 8". Pam. v. 536. 

Exhibition (An) of Wolves in Sheep's clothing; or Hypocrisy Un- 
masked. By a Jefferaonian Republican. Albany, 1836. 16 p. 8°. 
Pam. V. 197. 

..London, 1859. 12 p. 

ExHiBiTiONt of the Industry of all nations. CirouJar, February 1850. 

London. 8 p. 8°. Pam. v. 518. 

Catalogue of Works on. See Dilke, C. W. 

Exhibition of Industry, New- York, 1853. Official Catalogue of the 

pictures contribntecl. .1st edition, N.York, 1853. 12"; Pam. t- 499. 
Experience pkbfebable to Theory. An Answer to Dr. Price's 

Observations on the nature of civil liberty, and the justice and policy 

of the war with America. By Gov. Tkginas Hutchinson ? London, 

T. Payne, 1776. 102 p. 8°. 
Explanation (An) and History of the Book of Common Prayer. To 

wMch are added the articles of religion, as established by .... the 

Pro. Epis. Ch. of the U.S. Philadelphia, 1834. 144 p. 18°. 



Exposition des trois Etats du pais et Comt6 de Plandrea, s^avoir : du 

clerge, de la noblesse, et des communes. By P. de-Zaman. 1711. 

344 p. 8°. 
Exposition (An) of some of the Evils arising from the Auction system 

(N.Y.1822?). 16 p. 8". Pam. v. 522. 
Exposition of the Case of the Assist ant- Surgeons of the Royal Navy 

...3d edition. London,1850. 39 p. 8°. Pam.v.406. 

Exposition of the Causes of. ..the late war. .. .1815. See [Dallas, 

A. J.]. Cat. 1855. 
Exposition (An) of tlie Orthodox System of civil rights and church 

power as delivered in the writings of Dr. Stebbing. .By a Layman. 

London, 1849. 86 p. 8". Pam. v. 322. 
Exposition Univebsblle de 1855. Paris. Atlas descriptif. . .ob. P. 
Didre de la commission impSriale. 

Commission Imp6riale. [Decrees, Regulations et Instructions. 

8". — 2". Systeme de classification, 8°. — 3". Liste des membrea com- 
posant le jury mixte international, 8". — 4°. Variona sheets and 
pamphlets published by the " CommiBsion."] Bound in 1 v. f. 

Esplioation des Ouvrages de Peiirture, Sculpture, Grravure, Li- 
thographic; et Arekiteoture des artistes vivants Strangers et fran- 
^ais, exposes au Palais des Beaux-Arts, Avenue Montaigne, le 15 
Mai 1855. Paris, 1855. 18". 



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Exposition Univbrselle : 

Catalogue de la Colleotion envoySe du Cauada Paria, 1855. 

112 p. 18". 

Catalogues dea Pays. [Catalogues of the different countries 

having articles on exhibition at Paris, 1855]. 8^. ■ 

Catalogue de Livres Originaux, publics dans le dernier temps en 

Hollande, et exposes a Paris en 1855, au oom des divers editeurs, 
par la Societe pour les interfets de le Librairie N^erlandaise, k Am- 
sterdam. 78 p. 8°. 

[A Colleotion of Manufaeturei-s' and otber cards, as distributed 

at the building during the exhibition of 1855]. Bound in 1 v. 8°. 

[A Oolleotioa of the Catalogues and " Notices " from individual 

exhibitors at Paris, ISSiJ]. In 1 v. 4". 

Rapports du Jury Mixte International, publics sous la direction 

de S. A. I. le Prince Mapoleon, President de la Commission ImpS- 
riale. Paris, 1856. Ixxvi, 1575 p, roy. 8-. 

Rapports du Jury International : R6oompenses. 4". 

Extrait des Rapports du Jury de la XXVI= classe. — Calligra- 

phie, G-ravure, Cartes a jouer, reliure et r^gistres. , Rapporteur, M. 
R. Merlin. G-ravure des cylindres pour impression sur etoffes. Rap- 
porteur, M. Barbet de Rouen. Paris, Impr. Imp6r. 1856. 224 p. 18°. 

' Recueil des Pieces et Documents offioiels conoernant I'Exposition 

Universelle de 1855, mis en ordrS et puhlies par M. E. Pania . . . v 
!£diteur des Catalogues officiels. . .Paris. .264 p. 4°. 

Rapport. , .pr^sent^ a I'Empereur. . .Paris, 1857. 511 p. 4°. 

See Vignon, Beaux-Arts. See Portugal. 

Extracts from the Album at Streatham ; or Ministerial amusements. 

To which are added the Bulse. .and Jekyl, an eclogue***. London, 

1788. 59 p. 8°. Pam.v.397. 
ExTBAORDiNAKT ( The) CLAIMS of the Clergy repugnant to reason and 

Christianity, .inaletter. .to. -Dr. Stebbing. London, 1735. 51p.8''. 

Pam. V. 322. 
ExTRAOEDiNARY Pkepormances of the great Siam elephant, at the 

Adelphi Theatre. London. 8 p. 12°. Pam, v. 489. 

Etlert, Dr. R. F.. Verzeiehaiss der. . .Naohgelassenen Bibliothek. , - 
Auction. .1854, Berlin. 8". Cat. v. 97. 

n,H.of Commons, Jan. 30,1708 : Joeliu, 19. 
r.364. Seditions. 

BySENGEEiN, G. Catalogus teatium veritatis locnpletissimus, pmnium 
orthodoxse matris eoclesije doctorum, extantium et non extantium, 
publioatorum et in hibliotheois latentium, qui adulterina ecclesise 
dogmata, impuiam, impudentem et impiam hseresum vaniloquen- 
tiam, in huno vsque diem firmissimis demonstrationum rationibus 
impugnarunt, variaque scriptorum.monumeata reliquerunt, seriem 
oomplectens. Gviliclmo Eyaengrein de Neraeto Spirenai authore. . . 

■ Dilingie. .1565. 422 p. sm. 4". 

Eybinga, p. p. Roorda Van. Maleisch-en Nedcrdmtseh Woordenboek 
. .. .Batavia. . . .1825. 8". With, TJittreksols uit Maleische Geschie- 
denissen tot oefening. Malay ^ Dutch. 44 p. In 1 v. 8°. 



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Eyton, Rev. John. The Lord Jesus Christ's Sermon on the Mount. 
With a course of questions and answers. , . .Baltimore, 1808. Eepr. 
40 p. 18". Pam. v. 238. 



F. J. See Address to the King, 1822. 

F. T.H. M. See MengelpoeEij, 1778. 

Faber, B. Baailii Fabri, Sorani, Thesaurus Eruditionis scholaatiose. 
Jamolim postaliorum operas per A. Buctnerura reeensitua. .Noyam 
banc edit. ..C. Cellarius. . .locupletavit, Lipsi^, 1696. f. 

Fabeb, F. W. Sermon. See Catholic Pulpit, N" 12. 

FABEBt ( George S.}, D.D. Thoughts on the Calvinistic and Arminian 
controversy. LoEdon, 1804. 46 p. 8". Pam. v. 303. 

Remarks on the Effusion of the fifth apocalyptic vial. .London, 

1815. 76 p. 8". Pam. V. 310. 

A Practical Treatise on the ordinary operations of the Holy 

Spirit. Baltimore, 1824. 12". 

Rome and the Bible. .London. 1845. 12". Soc. Pro. Chr. Knowl. 

Pato. V. 347. 

Fabian, R. Trick for Trick : A comedy. .Glasgow, 1761. 12". Pam. 
V. 621. ■ 

Fabbe, Louis. Catalogue de la Bibliotheque a Orleans See Prou- 
steau, W. 

FabkioiouB ; or Letters to the people of Great Britain, on the absurdity 
and mischiefe of defensive operations only in the American war, and 
on the causes of the failure in' the southern operations. By J. Gal- 
loway. London, 1782. Ill p. 8". 

FABKiciust, Franciscua. Leer-rede : 2 Ckron. v, 11,14. . .Gorinchem, 
1736. 57 p. 4". Pam. v. 569. 

Fabkicius, J. A. Bibliotheoa Latina ; sive Notitia auctorum veterum 
latinorum quorumounciue soripta ad nos pervenerunt . . . Obiter sup- 
pleta ingens lacuna aliquot paginarum in Scholiis Eustathii ad 

Dionysium Periegetem Adjecta prseterea ad caleem ProcU 

Philosophi Platonioi Vita, a Marino Neapolitano Grseoo Scripta. . . 
Loadiui, 1703. 320, 25, 95- p. 8". 

Faction detected, by the evidence of facta. Containing as impartial 
view of partiea at home and affaira abroad ***. 2d edition. By John 
Perceval, Earl of Egmont. Lond. 1743. 176 p. 8". Pam. v. 124. — 
The same, 3d edition, 1743. 178 p. 8". Pam. v. 409.— 5th edition, 
1743. Pam. V. 132. 

Facts addressed to the Landholders, Stockholders, Merchants, Farmers, 
Manufacturers, Tradesmen, Proprietors of every description, and 
generally to all the subjects of Great Britain and Ireland ***. 5th 
edition. By J. Horiie Toohe. London. .1780. 117 p.8". 

Facts and Considerations for the Demooraey of the Empire State. 
New-York, 1852. 16 p. 8". Pam. v. 259. 

Facts and Dooitments connected with the late insurrection in Jamaica 
. . .London, 1832. 24 p. 8°. Pam. v. 437. 



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Facts involved in tte Rhode Island Controversy ; with some views 

upon tte rights of both parties. Boston. 1842. 8". Pam. v. 197. 
Facts foe the LABOaiNG Man, By a Lahoring Man. "Narragan- 

sett " (Herald of the Times), Newport, B.I., 1840. 102 p. 8". Pam. 

V. 198. 
Facts for the People, G, Bailey, Ed. Pub. monthly, 'WasliiDgt<Jn, 

D.C. Vol. I, No. 1 - No. 12, May 1, 1855 - Ap. 1, 1856. 192 p. 8". 
Pacts FOR THE Repealers, i^'rom Dublin Eve. Post, 1834. 24 p. 8°. 

Pam. V. 423. 
Fage, E. a Description of the whole world. . .Very delightful to be 

read in so small a volume. . .London, .1658. 70 p. 18". 
Faoel, Baron Gaspar, Letters on the Prince of Orange's opinions 

on liberty of conscience. See William iii. 
Fairbanks, George R. The History and Antiquities of the City of 

St.Augnstine, Florida, founded A.D. 1565 New-York, 1858. 

200 p. 8°. 
Fairchild, Prof- J. H. The Joint Education of the sexes : A report 

. . . Ohio Teachers Assoc. Oberlin, 1852. 46 p. 18°. Pam. v. 605. 

PAiROHlLDt, Bev. Joy H. Iniquity Unfolded : An Account of the 
treatment of Mr. Fairohild by the deacons in South Boston, and 
others. Written by himself. Exeter, N.H. 1844. 84 p. 8". Pam. 
V. 266. 

Truth Revealed : Statement and Review of the whole case of 

the Rev. Joy H. Fairchild. .By a member of the Suffolk Bar. With 
an appendix. . .Boston, 1845. 8". Pam. v. 231. 

Fairfield Seminary, Herkimer county, N.Y. : Catalogue, 1858, Al- 
bany. 8°. Pam. V. 456. 

PAIKFIELD+, Sumner L. Poems, by. .***. N.York, 1823. 188 p. 24°. 

Abaddon, the Spirit of Destruction, and other poems. N.York, 

1830. 159 p. 8°. 

The Poems and Prose Writings of :. . In two volumes. Vol. 1. 

PhiladclpMa, 1841. viii, 400 p. 8-. 

Fairholt, p. W., Editor. See Camden Society ; Percy Society. 

The Home of Shakspeare illustrated and described. . .33 engra- 
vings. New-York, 1848, 64 p. 12°. 

Pairman, Gapt. W. Blennerhassett. A Series of Letters with editorial 
remarks on the existing diffi.culties between England and America, i 
London, Valpy, 1813. 68 p. 8^ 

Falconer, Richard. The Voyages, dangerous adventures, and immi- 
nent escapes of Capt. Richard Falconer ; Containing the laws, cus- 
toms and manners of the Indians of America .... with the voyages 
and adventures of Thomas Randal of Cork, pilot. .5th edition. To 
which is added, A Great deliverance at sea, by W. Johnson, D.D, . . 
London, 1764. vi, 222, 36 p. 12". 

FALDONERf, William. Poetical Works. See Beattie, J. 

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Falkbnstein, Karl. G-esehichte cler BuchdrKckerktmst in ihrer Entate- 

Ining und Ausbildung. . .Bin Deuknial zar vierten Sacular-Feier der 

Brindung der Typographie- Leipzig, 1840. 406 p. With Tjpen- 

schau von Orientalisclien sehriften, sata, druck nnd papier von der 

Keniglicten Buchdruokerei in Paris. 18 p. in 1 v. 4°. 
Falkland, Luciwa Oary, Earl of- A Speeeh. made to the House of 

Commona concerning Episcopasie. By the Lord Yiseount Faiilkiand. 

London, printed for T. Walkely, 1641. 16 p. 8°. Pam. v. 427. 
Fall, Bobert. Obaerpations on the Keport of the Commissionera of 

the H. of Com.... of the Britiah fishery. London, 1786. 103 p. 8". 

Pam. Y, 426. 
Fall Eiveb, Mass. Report of School Committee, 1844 - 5, 48 - 9. 

Fall Eiver, 1845, 49. 8". Pam. v. 552. 
Fall (The) of Man and his BEDBMrnoN. A Sermon meditated 

in blank verse and poems. By G. M. Bath, Eng. (1840 1). 

216 p. 12". 
Fallacies- or the Beoken Gauge. Mr, Lnshington's arguments. . 

refuted. . .London, 1846. 40 p. 8°. Pam. v.428. 



Fallacy detected, by the evidence of facts ; 

a compulsory reduction of the interest of the public debt . , . Printed 
. .1790. Philadelphia, 44 p. 8-. 

Fallev Seminary, Fulton, N.Y. Catalogue, 1849, 57, 59. 8°. Pam. 
V. 456. 

False {The) Accusers accused; or the Undeceived Englishman. . . 
In a Letter to the pretended Patriots. . .By a Member of the H. of 
Commona. London, 1741. 54 p. 8". Pam. v. 420. 

False Honour : A Poem ***. London, 1844. 19 p. 8". Pam. v. 397 

False Religion worse than no religion. An enquiry concerning super- 
stition. . .London, 1730. 62 p. 8". Pam. v. 336, 

Family ( The) Dental Journal. Ed. by Dr. D. G. Eatos. Vol. i, 
No. 4, 5. Albany, 1854. 8". Pam. v. 246. 

Family Lituegy ; selected from the Book of Common Prayer, for the 
use of members of the Prot. Epis. Church in the U.S. of America. 
. . .New-York, 1847. 24 p. 18". Pam. v. 616. 

Fakcoubt, Chaa. St, John. The History of Yucatan from ita diaeovery 
to the close of the 17th century. With a map. Lond. 1854. 340 p, 8". 

FanningI, Edmund. Voyages to the South Seas, Indian and Paeifio 
Oceans, China Sea, Northwest Coast, Feejee Islands, South Shet- 
lands, &c. &o. ; with an account of the new disooveriea made in the 
Southern Hemisphere between the years 1830 - 37. Also the origin, 
authorization and progress of the first American National South Sea 
Exploring Expedition. . .2d edition. New- York, 1838, 12". 

Fargo, F, F. A. . .History of the Assassination of James King of 
Wm and the execution of J. P. Casey and C. Cora by the Vigi- 
lance Committee. San Francisco, Cal. 24 p. 8". Pam. v. 504. 

Farina, J. M. Precis . . .sur PEau de Cologne. Paris, 1830, 36 p. 12". 

Pam. V. 614. 
Farley ( B. W.), of Maine. Speech, U.S.H. of E., May 10, 1854. on 

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mond, Va. 1847. 167 p. 12°. 

Parmer (Henry T.), M.D. Imagination; the Maniac's Dream, and 
other poems. New- York, 1819. 163 p. 18". 

FABMERt, Hugh. An Inquiry iato the nature and design of Christ'a 
temptation in the wilderness. 2d edition. With An appendix .... 
London, 1765. 160 p. 8°. Pam. v. 300. 

Farmur (Richard), D.D. A Catalogue of tto. .Library of, .including 
all the Old Chronicles, the most rare and copious assemblage of Old 
English Poetry, . .a great variety of old plays. . .auction. . -May 7, 
1798. 379 p. 8°. With prices. 

Farmer ( The) RErtfTED ; or A more impartial and comprehensive 
view of the dispute between Great Britain and the Colonies, intended 
as a further vindication of the Gougteas : In answer to a letter from 
a A IF. Farmer, intitled, A View of the Controversy....***. By 
Alex. Hamilton- New-York, Eivington, 1775. iv, 78 p. 8". 

Farmer's Almanac : J.Sharp, Baltimore, 1822. Aim. v. 18 ; for 
1849, Bagelmann, Baltimore. Aim. v. 46; for 1850, Philadelphia, 
King & Baird. 12". Aim. v- 22; Farmers' and Mechanics', Balti- 
more, 1832. 12". Aim. v. 14. 

Farmer's ( Old) Almanac : R. B. Thomas, Boston, 1821, 35. Aim. 
V. 23 ; 1840, 41, 45, 46. Aim. v. 24 ; 1836, 45, 51. 12". Aim. v. 34. 

Parmer's Almanack -. Boston, 1803. Aim. v. 19 ; Beers, Kingston, 
N.Y. 1805. Aim. v. 13, 16 ; Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 1817. Aim. v. 23 ; 
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: T.Spafford, N.York, 1829. Aim. v. 33 ;. .for the middle States ; 

...1831. Alm.v.l4; 1834, J. Doyle, N.Y. ; 1843, H.& S. Raynor. 
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■ : Por New-England : A. Maynard. Boston, 1851. Aim. v. 28 ; 

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V.49. 
Farmer's Calendar, or N.Y, and Vt. Almanack : A. Beers. Troy, 

1805, 06, 07, 08, 09, Imp. 12", Aim. v. 20. 
Farmer's Calendar, or Utica Almanack for the Western District of 

N.York for. .1808, '09, '10, '11, '12, '14, '15-'28, '30, '44. Utioa. 

In 1 V. 12", From 1828 called Williams' Calendar. 

Farmer's Calendar, or Northern Almanac. Pulaski, N.Y. 1845 ; . . 

Northern Almanac, 1846. 12". Aim. v. 37. 
Farmer's Calendar, Baltimore : Gushing & Bailey, 1854. 12". Aim. 

V. 46. 
Farmer's Chronicle : Vol. 1, Oct. 7, 21, 1793 ; Vol. 4, June 27, 

1796. .Danbury, Conn, f°. See Newsp. v. 15. 
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Family Almanac : D, Young, New-York. R.B. Collins, 

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Farme»8' Fire Insurance and Loan Compant, Report and Opinions 

respecting the powers and duration of ; N«w-Tork, 1836, 8°. Pam, 

Y. 511. 
Farmer's ( The) Jouknal : Vol. 3. Mar. 4, 1793. Danbury, Conn, f . 

See Newsp. v. 15. 
Farmer's (The) Journal and Transactions of the Canada Board of 

Agrieuiturc ; Vol. 5, 1857-8. Montreal. 8". 
Farmer's, Mechanic's and G-entlbman's Almanack : N. Wild, 

Chesterfield, N.H. 1825. 12°. Aim. v. 23. 
Farmer's Mutual Fire Insurance Company, Montpelier, Vt. 2d 

Report, 1852. 8". Para. v. 239. 
Farming { To the) Labourers of Great Britain and Ireland. London, 

1837. 8 p. 8". Pam. v. 423: 
Farnham, Luther. A Glance at private libraries. Boston, 1855. 

79 p; 8". 
Farband, William P. Course of Latin Studies; or Classical selec- 
tions with notes. .3d edition ; with notes. .Philadelphia, 1817. 12°. 
Farrar, Isaac. A Sermon ou the great flood in the North of England, 

Nov. 16, 1771 ; Fs. sciii, 4. Newcastle, 1772. 8°. Pam. v. 372. 

Farther vindication of the " Case of the Hanovor Troops," etc. By 
the Earl of Ckesterfield. London, 1743. 88 p. 8". Pam. v. 132. 

Fashionable (The) Tour ju 1825. An Excursion to the Springs, 

Niagara, Quebec and Boston. Saratoga Springs, 1825. 18". — For a 

translation, See TfturnSe a la mode. Cat. 1856. 
Fatal (The) Indifference ; or. .History of Mrs. Matilda Markham. 

London (1800?). 24 p. 12". Pam. v. 619. 
Father Abraham's Almanack. Philadelphia, 1803. 12°. Aim. v.l7. 
Father Hutchins revived. Almanac, N.Y. 1791. 12". Aim. v. 20. 
Father Tammany's Almanac. Philadelphia, 1798. 12". Aim. v. 13. 
Faudel, Henry. A few words on the Jewish Disabilities, addressed 

to Sir R.H.IngHs... Loudon, 1848.8". Pam. v. 321. 

c a specimen of errors in the pamphlet 
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Faults on both Sides ; or an Essay upon the original cause, progress 
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London, 1710. 56 p. 8". Pam. v. 125. 

FAURiELt, CO. History of Proyengal poetry. Trans, with occasional 

notes, etc., by G. J. Adler. New- York, 1860. xl, 496 p. 8". 
Fausett, G-odfrcy. Jewish History vindicated from the unscrlptural 

view of it in jfrz'Zwiftw's History of the Jews : In a Sermon. .Oxford, 

1830. 46 p. 8". Pam. v. 321. 
Fautes a oorriger dans La Gazette de Sante de J. J. Gardane '. . Ciotat, 

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Fat's (J. A.) Boarding School, Elizabethtowii, N.J. 1849. 12°. Pai 
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TATt (Warren). D.D. Sen 
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Fayette in Pribon ; or Misfortunes of the Great : A modern tragedy. 
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author, 1S02, 32 p. 8". Last leaf wanting. 

FEATHEKSTONHAUGHt, George W. Observations upon the Treaty of 
. Washington, signed Ang. 9, 1S42 ; with the treaty annexed, together 
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Featley, Daniel. Philip's Memento Mori ; or the Passing Bell : A 
Sermon preached in Mercer's chapel, at the funeral of Mr. Bennet, 
merchant : Deut. xssii, 29. London, 1708. 8". Pam. v. 381. 

Federal Galaxy, v. 1, Aug. 21, 1797. Brattleboro', Vt. See Mass. 
Spy. Cat. 1855. 

Fedbeal Gazette and Baltimore Daily Advertiser, from v. 28, 
Jan. 1,1808, to V. 39, June 30, 1813. Baltimore, John Hewea. 7v.f''. 

Fee, Rev. John G. An Anti-Slavery Manual ; or the Wrongs of Ame- 
rican Slavery 2d edition. N.Y. 1851. 178 p.— Non- fellowship 

with slaveholders the duty of christians. N.Y. 1855. 68 p, — The 
sinfulness of slaveholding . . .N.Y. 1851. 36 p. In 1 v. 12". 

Felix, Rachel. Memoirs of Rachel ; By Madarao De R— . N.York, 
1858. Repr. 376 p. 12^ 



Fellowes, Robert- The Anti-Calvinist, or two plai 

redemption and faith : 1 JoAm ii, 2, .2d edition. Loudon, 1801. 8". 
Pam. V. 302. 

Fellows, John. Grace Triumphant : A Po£ 
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FELLTHAMt, Owen. Resolves divine, moral, political. With several 
new additions both in prose and verse . . . London, 1709. 8°. 

FBLTt, Joseph B. Memorials of William Smith Shaw. Boston, 1852, 

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The Ecclesiastical History of New-England ; comprising not 

only religious, but also moral and other relations. . .Vol. I. Boston, 
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See Carlisle, Earl of. Diary in Turkish and 

Felton, John Brooks. The Horse-shoe : A Poem, spoken before the 
Phi Beta Kappa Society in Cambridge, July 19, 1849. Cambridge, 



Felton, B. On the Portraits of English Authors on Gardening, with 
biographical notices**. Second edition, with considerable additions. 
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Female EMiORAnoN Fund ; First Kcport of the Committee, March 
1851. London. 86 p. 8». Pam. v. 434. 

Female Medical College of Pennaylyama. See CleTeland ( B.II.) ; 
Preston, A. 

Female Medical Education Society, and the New-England Female 
Medical College : 4th Eeport. Boston, 1853. Pam. y. 246.— 5th 
Report. Boston, 1854. Pam. v. 226.— 6tli Report. Bostoii,1855. 8=. 
Pam. T. 196, 516. See also New-England F. M. Coll. 

Female Society of Boston and vicinity for the promotion of Chris- 
tianity amongst the Jews : let, 2d Reports. Boston, 1818, 19. 12". 
See Amer. Soo. for meliorating, etc. 

FfiNBLoNt, F. DeS. de la Motto. Morceaux Ohoisis. . .avec notes par 
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Fables, .avee notes, .par L. Fremont. Paris, Delalain, 1857. 18". 

Fenner, Dayid. A Word for the Soldier, or An answer to falsehood : 

Part I. London, 1825. 38 p. 8". — Reply to a letter written hy Dr. 
Butler. London, 1825. 22 p. 8". Pam. v. 304. 

Fenneh, E. D. Southern Medical Reports. .. .on the medieal topo- 
graphy, meteorology, and preyalent diseases, in the following States ; 
Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, North- Carolina, South-Carolina, 
Georgia, Florida, Arkansas, Tennessee, Texas. To be published an- 
nually..***' Vol. I. 1849. New-Orleans. .1850. 8". 

Fenton (R. E.), of N,Y. Speech, U.S. H. of R., on Democratic testa 
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Fekchl, F. M. Uebersicht der einzig BeateliendenVollstandigen Inca- 
nabelnsammlnng der lithographic, nnd der ilbrigen Senef elder 'sohen 
erfindungen ais metal lographie, papyrographie, papierstereotypen 
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Ferguson, Re-o.S.'B. Relation of Pastor and People : Statement of 
belief on Unitarianism, Universalism and Spiritualism. Nashville, 
1854. 23 p. 8". Pam. y. 563. 

Ilistory of the Relation of the Pastor of the " Christian Church '" 

of Nashville ; . . . Aug. 19, 1855. Nashville, 1855. 8". Pam. v. 213 

Spirit Communion : An immovable fact in the internal conscious- 
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Divine Illumination : Discourses on the ministry of angels ; the 

idea of endless wrong an abomination, etc. Nashville, 1855. 96 p. 8". 
Pam. V. 583. 

Address and Correspondenoe delivered Dec. 30, 1855, in the 

"Christian Church." Nashville, Tenn. 1856. 16 p. 8^?. Pam. v. 563. 

FERGUSONt, James. The Illustrated Handbook of Architecture ; being 
a concise and popular account of the different styles of architecture 
, . .850 illustrations on wood. London, 1855. 2 v. 8". 

Fermentation ( The) ob Europe ; Why we have no hopes for France ; 
why we have much hope for Italy and Germany. .4tli edition. From 
the " Economist." London (1848). 21 p. 8". Pam. v. 415. 



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Eernald, Woodbury M. Eternity of Heaven and Ilell. . .or a renun- 

ciatiottof the error of Tlniversalism. 33 p. 8",— Judah and Simeon ; 

or Love with its truth a sermon, New-Jernsalein church, Nov- 

1857.. Boston, 1858. 8". Pam. y. 540. 
Ferbakio, Giuseppe. Statistica delie Morti iniprovvise, o partioolav- 

mente delle morti per apoplessia iiclla eitta, . .dalV 1750 al 1H34, . 

1834. 238 p. See Lombard Institute. 

Storia dell' Architettura Milanese. See Lomb. Inst, r- 1. 

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Ferris, Mrs. B. G. The Mormons at ITome ; with some incidents of 

travel -from Missouri to California, 1852 - 53 Uew-York 

1856. 12». 
Fbreis (Isaac), D.D. A Sermon, American Sunday School Union, 

May 19, 1834. Philadelphia, 1834. 8". Pam. v. 267. 

Domestic Christian Education : A Sermon, Eph. vi, 4. Albany, 

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Ecclesiastical Characteristics. . .of the Ref. Prot. Dutch Church 

. . . Sermon. New-York, 1848. 43 p. 12". Para. v. 547. 

Thy Kingdom Come : A Discourse, Boston, September 12, 1848, 

before the A.B.C.F.M., Ann. Meeting. Boston, 1848. 8. Pam. v. 288. 

' Address, Law Department of the University of the City of New- 
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Ferris, Jacob. The States and Territories of the G-reat West ; in- 
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institutions,', .New- York and Auburn. , ,1856, 12". 

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Fessenden, C, p. The Second Advent of our Lord and Saviour. 
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Fesbbnden, G. M. The History of Warren, R.I with. .Notices of 

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[FESSEMDENt, Thomas Green]. Democracy Unveiled . By Christopher 
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Original Poems. . .Philadelphia, 1806. xii, 203 p. 12". 

The Ladies Monitor. In verse. Bellow's Falls, Vt. 1818. 180 

p. 12", 

Fessenden (U. P.), of Maine. Speech, U.S, Senate, March 3, 1854, 
against the repeal of the Missouri prohibition. . and Nebraska and 
Kansas. 8°. Pam. v. 206. 

Fessmaier, J. Q. Ueber das Entstehen und AufbliJhen des Ober- 
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FEUEEBACHt, Aifselra von. Caspar Haaser : An Aceount of aa in- 
dividual kept in a dungeon. ... to about the age of Keventeen. . , . 
Trans, from the G-erman, 2d edition. Boston, 1833. 168 p. 18°. 

Fbtjerlein, Joh. C. . . .SupeSlex Jiibraria, sen Gatalogns libronim es 
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Fevret de Fostenblle, C. M. Editor of Biblioth- Hist, dc la France. 
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Few (A) CuasoRT Remarks upon the state of partiea, during the ad- 
ministration of. .H. Addington. By a near observer. Rich.Bentley? 
London, 1803. SI p. 8". Pam. v.413. ' 

lade bj our Saviour. .London, 

Few (A) Remarks upon the subject of a railroad to the Pacific : By a 
member of the Philadelphia bar. Philadelphia, 1853. 13 p. 8". Pam. 
. T.149. 

Few (A) Weeks in Paris, during the residence of the allied aovereigns 
in that metropolis. First American edition .... Boston .... 1814. 
168 p. 12". 

Few (A) Woeds of Obvious Truth, or the authenticity of a part of the 
baptismal commission, . .By a Unitarian believer. , .London, 1829. 
37 p. 8". Pam. Y.S17. 

Few (A) Words to the Friends of the Poor concerning an Address . . 
. . . Preface. London, 1803. 12 p. 8". Pam. v. 429. 

FiCHET, M' Notice sur les Travaur de M. Fichet, Serrurier-meeani- 
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FiDDES, Eiohard. Sermon, The Proofs and Influence of a future judg- 
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FlEBiG, Otto. Catalogua diss, theologicarum. See Woigel, T. 0. 

Field's Library Reporter : Wilbraham, Mass. 1856. 8". Cat. v. 80. 

Field! (David ».), D.D. The Genealogy of the Brainerd family, in 

the United States, with numerous sketches of individuals. N.York, 

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Field (James) vs. C. Field, New- York. See Sbotwell, T- L. 
FlELB, Levi A. An Historical Sketch of the First Congregational 

Church in Marlborougli, Mass.. .Worcester, 1859. 82, 52 p. 12". 
Field, Maunsell B, The Indians. Trans. See Manypenny, G.W. 
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Edinburgh, 1760. 12». Pam. v. 621, 
Pasquin : A Dramatick Satire on the times. Being the rehearsal 

of two plays, viz, : a comedy called the Election, and a tragedy 

call'd the Life and Death of Common Sense London, 1736. 12". 

Pam. T. 396. 
Fielding, Sir John. A Plan for preventing robberies within twenty 

miles of London... London, 1755. 25 p. 8". Pam. v. 403. 



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EiELDiNG, T. H. The Art of Engraving, witli the various modes of 
operation . . ■. Illustrated with ten specimens of the different styles of 
engraving. London, 1844. 112 p. 8°. 

The Theory and Practice of Painting in oil and water colours, 

for landscape and portraits. . . .and a manual of lithography. Illus- 
trated with. . .plates. 5th edition. London, 1852. 236 p. 8". 

Fifty Years Eecolieotions of an Old Bookseller. .2d edition ; first 
series. To which is added some additional aketches of the life of 
Capt. Grose, including his rules for drawing caricatures, . .London, 
1837. — With, at the 9ith page, a second title : Three hundred 
and fifty years retrospection of an old bookseller. ...***. By W. 
West. Cork, 1835. 200 p. 8". 

ElQGiNs, V.& J. Specimen of Book and Newspaper Types, from the 
foundry of ; London, 1838. ISO leaves. 4". 

EitLMORB, Millard, President. Speech, on the Kevenue Bill, U.S. H. 
of E., July 24, 1841. 16 p. 8°. Pam. v. 498. 

Speeches at New- York, Newburgh, Albany, Rochester, Buffalo, 

&c. . . . June 1856. 24 p. 8". Pam. v. 537. 

Biography of Millard Fillmore. Buffalo, Thomas & Lathrops, 

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Life of :... .New-York :E,.M.De Witt (1856), 32 p. 8°. Pam. 

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FoRSYint ( John), D.D. Presbyterianism since the Reformation : 
Disconrse.Prosb. Hist. Society, 1858. Philadelphia, 1858. 20 p. 8" 
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An Address, delivered tefore tke Peithesaophian and Philocleaa 

Socioties of Rutgers College. . -New-York, 1848. 8. Pam. v. 237. 

Port PiLLMoaiii Silver Mining Company, New-Mexieo ; A Me- 
moir upon Stephenson's silver mine. . .By J. T. Sprague.. .Albany, 
1858. 40 p. 8°. Pam. V. 520. 

Fort- Plain Seminary and Female Colleoiate Institute, Mont- 
gomery county. New- York. Oat. 1858. 8". Pam. V. 459. 

Portia d'Urbas, Le Marquis. Nouveau Sisteme de Bibliographie 
alfabMique, seeoade Edition, preccdoe par dos considerations sur 
I'ortogFaphe frangaise. Diviseo en trois parties. .Paris, Fey. 1822. 
68, 82, xxYi, 330 p. 12°. 

FOKTUNATUS (Fr.) A. D.Bonaventnra, ... Comment ariorum de Aleo- 
baccnsi Mstorum Eibliotheoa libri tres. . . . (jonimbricse, 1827- 632, 
7 p. and indes. 4". 

FosTTJNBt, Eobort. A Eesidenee among tlie CMneae : inland, on the 

coast, and at sea. . .With suggestions on the present war. London, 

1857. 8». 
FoSDioK (David), jr. Soriptural Temperance : A Sermon, Hollis-st. 

Meeting House, Boston, on Thanksgiving Lay. Boston, 1846. 8". 

Pam. V. 238. 

Sect is Sin ... A Sermon, Dedication of a new meeting-house . . . 

South-Groton... With an appendix. Boston, 1855. 48 p. 12". Pam. 

. V. 558. 

BosGATE (Blanchard), M.B. Sleep Psych olodeally considered with 
reference to sensation and memory***. New-York, 1850, 12°. 

Poss (A. T.), and B.Mathewa. Facta for Baptist Churches, collected 
...by. Utica,1850. 408 p. 12°. 

FosTEU, B. P. Education Reform : A Review of Wyse on the Neces- 
sity of a National System of Education. . .N.York, 1837. 108 p. 8°. 
Pjim. V. 216. 

Prospectus of the Commercial Academy, 183 Broadway, New- 
York, 1837. 8". Pam. v. 216. 

Foster, Charles J. The University of London a parliamentary con- 
stituency, ioi^oM, 1851. 8°. Pam. V. 386. 
Foster { Daniel ), Concord, Mass. Our Nation's Sins and the Chris- 
tian's Duty : A Discourse, April 10, 1851. Boston, 1851. 8°. Pam. 
V. 105. 
FOBTERt, James. [ Essays, etc.], in 1 v. 8°. Contents : 

An Answer to Dr. Stehbing's Letter on the snbject of heresy : In a letter 

to the doctor. London, 1735. 72 p. 
An Answer to Dr. Stebbing's Second Letter. . .London, 1736. 84 p. 
An Answer to Dr. Stehbing's True State of the Controversy witli Mr. Fo- 
ster. . .London, 1737. 47 p. 
■An Account of the Behaviour of the late Earl of Kilmarnock, after his 
sentence and on the day of his execution. With an appendix. Lon- 
don, 1746. 51 p. 

FosTERt, John. Fosteriana, consisting of thoughts, reflections and cri- 
ticisms of : . .Selected from periodical papers not hitherto published 
in a collective form, and edited by il. G. Bohn. London, 1858. 12". 



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Foster, John ; 

Critical Essays contributed to the Kcleetio Review. . .Ed. by J. 

E. Ryland, M.A. London, 1850. 2 y. 12". 

Foster ( John), D.D-, Brighton, Mass. A Sermon, Boston, Nov. 1817 ; 

Society for Propagating the Gospel among tlie Indians and others 

in North America. Oambridge, 1817. 8°. Pam. y. 288. 
Foster, John L. Speech, H. of Commons. . .May 9, 1817,. .. .on the 

petition of the Roman Catholics of Ireland. Lend. 1817. 8^. Pam. 

¥. 4215, 
Foster, J. T. Introduction to the Study of Geology, together with a 

key to Foster's geological chart. Albany. .1850. 18". 

[FoBTEli, SiVMichael]. See Examination of. . .Church power, 1736. 

PosTEE, Richard. Sermon at the Assizes, Rouhester, Mar. 18, 1684 ; 

Prov. xvii, 26. London. 4°. Pam. v. 360. 
Foster, William C. Poetry on different subjects, written under the 

signature of Timothy Spectacles*** . . . Salem, N.T. 1805. 12". 

FoTHERBiLl., Rev. George. [Sermons, collected] in 1 v. 8". Cotttents : 

Importance of Religion to civil societies. Assizes at Oxford. 1735. 3d edi- 
tion. Oxford, 1745. 

Excesses in tliePiirsuitofLiberty, Jan. 31,1737. 2dedition. Osford,1744. 

Unsiiccess fulness of Repeated Fasts : la. Iriii, 3. Oxford, 1745. 

Thanksgiving Sermon, Oxford, Oct. 9, 1746 : Suppression of rebellion. 

Publlok Worship, Sermon, Oxford Assizes, March 8, 1753. 

Improvement of Dlvlno Judgments : Fast on occasion of earthquakes. 
Oxford, 1756. 

Sermon, Univ. of Oxford, June 19, 1757 : John ix, 4. Oxford. 

Sermon, Fast oa War with Franco : Is. xlii, 24. Oxford, 1758. 

Lovo of our Country, Sermon, IT. of Lords, Restoration of Charles II, 
May 29, 1758. Oxford. 

FOTHEKQiLL, John. An Account of the Life and Travels in the work 
of the ministry of : To which are added divers epistles. . .London, 
Philadelphia; reprinted 1754. 280 p. 18°. 

FoTnERGiLL, Thomas. Religion and Learning, .a sermon : Daji, xii, 
10. Oxford, 1762. 8°. Pam. v, 372. 

FouLKE, William Parker. , Discourse in Commemoration of the foun- 
ding of the Acad, of Nat.Sci. of Phil'a Philadelphia, 1854. 8", 

Pam, v. 100. 

Remarks on the Penal System of Pennsylvania, particularly with 

reference to county prisons. Philadelphia, 1855. 8". Pam. v. 191. 



FouNTATNB, John. Sermon, Fast, Feb. 6 : Isaiah xxvi, 4, 5. York, 

1756. 8". Pam, v. 371. 
FotTH CoNFEKENCES, &c. Oxford, 1688. See [ Woodhead, A,], 
Fotm Letters to the. . .Chancellor of the Exchequer, .by a lay catho- 
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FouENiER, Fr. Tgn. Nouveau Dictionnaire portatif de Bifeliographie, 
contenant plus de vmgt trois millc articles de livres rares. .Precede 
d'liTi precis sur les bibliotheques et siir la bibliographie. .S*^ edition. 
Revue et...augnieiitee***. Paris. 1809. 566, 48-p.8". 

PouaNTER, Henri. Traite de la Typographic* * *. Paris, 1825. xlii, 
315 p. 8". 

Traite de la TypograpMe. 2™* Mition, corrigee et auginent^e- 

Tours, 1854. 408 p. 12\ 

FoTjENiERt, Pierre Simon. Dissertation sur TOrigine et les Progres 
de I'art de graver en bois, pour cclaircir quelques traits de I'histoire 
de I'impriinerie, et prouver que Gutteniburg n'en est pas I'inven- 
teur ... 1 Paris, 1758. 95 p. 18\ 
Fourth (A) Letter to the People of England***. London, Cooper, 
1756. 43 p. 8°. Pam. V.421. 
Sse Letter, &c. 1756 (IV), of wMch it is a counterfeit title. 

.1858. 18». 

Fourth Ward Industrial School for Girls : 1st, 2d, Sd Report. 
New-York, 1854, 55, 56. Pam. v. 250. 

FowLEt, William Bentley. Common School Grammar : Part ii 

Boston, 1842. 108 p. 12". 

Fowler (Edward), D.D. Bp- Discourse of Offences, Gloucester, Aug. 
19, and Sept. 2, 1683 : Matt, xviii, 7. London. 4". Pam. v. 360. 

[ ]. A Vindication of an undertaking of certain gentlemen, in 

order to the suppressing of debauchery and profanenesa. London, 
1692. 16 p. 4". Pam. v. 357--. 

Fowler's! ( L.N.) Illustrated P hrenolo a ical Almanac : New- 
York, 1852. 12°. See Willi am sburgh ; also, Phrenological alma- 

FowLEE, 0. S. A Home for All ; or a new, cheap, convenient and su- 
perior mode of building. New-York, 1848. 96 p. 8°. 

Temperance Founded on Phrenology and Physiology. . .4th edi- 
tion. New-York, 1852. 32 p. 8°. Para. v. 292. 

Tight Lacing, or the Evils of compressing the organs of life. . . 

New-York. 16 p. 8°. Pam. v. 292. 

Fowler (P- H.), D.D. Social Dancing as an amusement for profes- 
sing christians. A Discourse : Eccl.in,4. Utica, 1859. 32 p, 8°, 
Para. V. 558. 

Fowler, Samuel P. Salem Witchcraft ; comprising. More wonders of 
the invisible world. . .by R. Calef ; and Wonders, etc. by C. Mather 
. .with notes by : . .Salem, Mass. 1861. 450 p. 12". 

FowLERt, Pro/. William C. English Grammar.— Tho_ English lan- 
guage in its elements and forms ; with a history of its origin and 
development. . .Revised and enlarged. New- York, 1855. 8". 

Memorials of the Chauuceys, including President Chaunoey, his 

ancestors and descendants. Boston, 1858. 304 p. 8°, 

PowNESt, George. Rudimentary Chemistry for the use of beginners, 
Barbados. 1848. 07 p, 12^ 
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Fox and Wiboonsin Impkotbment Compant. Report, Dec. 1856. 

New-Tork, 1857. 17, xsiv p. 4". Pam. v. 1014. 
Foxt, Charles J. Speech, H. of Commofia : Negotiations for Peace witli 

tie French Eepuhlic. London, 1800. 8°. Pam. v. 440. 

Speech, Reform in Parliament. See Pitt, W. 

Speech, Repeal of the Test acta, 1790. 8^ Pam. v. 319. 

, Plaintiff, against J. H. Tooke, Defendant : Prooeedinga, West- 
minster, April 30, 1792. No title. 85 p. 8°. Pam. v. 411. 

Fox (Rev. Fraiicis), Reading, England. A Present to acDOmpany the 
Prayer-booi. .Albany Prajer-hook Society. Altered. Albany, 1819. 
36 p. 12°. Pam. y. 543. 

Fox ( George ) and John BuaNTEAT. A New-England Fire-brand 
quenched. Being an Answer to a slanderous book, entituled, Gr. Fox 
digged out of his MrrowS. . . by Roger Williams, . . .In two Jarts. 
As also an Answer to R. W.'a Appendix. . .Letters of W. Oodding- 
ton of Rode-Island. ..Londo7i, 1678, 79. ssviii, 233, 255 p. sm.4°. 

Fox, Thomas B. Need of the Sanctuary in the City : A Sermon, 
Dedication of the Indian a- street Congr. Church. Boston, 1847. 8°. 
Pam. V. 238. 

Foxt, W. J. The Duties of Christians towards Deists : A Sermon 
preached, at the Unitarian Chapel. ., .Oct. 24, 1819, on oocaaion of 
the recent prosecution of Mr. Carlile. . .London, 1819. xv, 48 p. 8°. 
Pam. T. 337. 

A Discourse on occasion of the Death of Rajah Rammohun Roy. 

London, 1833. 56 p. Pata. v. 380. 

The Church Eatabliahment inconsistent with the spirit of Chris- 
tianity. . .A Discourse, 1834. London. Pam. t. 330. 

The Educational Clauses in the Bill now before the H. of Com- 
mons, " for regulating the employment of children and young persona 
in factories"... London, 1843. B". Pam. v. 388. 

FoxcBOFTt, Thomas. Sermons : The Day of a godly man's death 
better than the day of his birth. . . . Two Sermons, showing how to 
begin and end the year. ... To which is added a Discourse on Jer. 
xviii, 20. Boston, Printed by B. Green, 1722. 196 p. 12°. First title 
wanting. 

Boxrus, S. Sebastiani Foxii Morsilii Hispalensis, De naturse philo- 
sophia ; sen De Platonis ct Aristotelis eonsenaione libri v. Editio 
nova, priorjbus multo oorrectior. Additus est ejusdem Libellus ad 
finem de studii pMIosophioi ratione. Lugd. Batav. 1622. 553 p. 18". 

Fk'aehn, M. Indications Bibliographiques, relatives pour la plupart 
^ la LittSrature historioo-gSographiqiie des Arabes, des Persans, et 
des Turcs..".St.Petersbourg,.Acad.Imp.des 8oi.,1845. 87 p. 8". 

Fragments of the History of Bawlfredonla ; containing an Account 

of the discovery and settlement of that great southern continent . . 

By Herman Thwackius. Trans, from the original Bawtfredonian MS. 

. .By a Citizen of America. Printed for the American booksellers, 

Baltimore? 1819. 164 p. 8". 
Fbaminqham, Mass. Reports of the Treasurer for the years 1854-55. 

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FbAmpton, Matthew. Sermon, Univ. of Oxford, July 9, 1769 : 2 Pet. 
iii, 18. Oxford, 1769. 4°. Pam. v. 1007. 

Francb, C.J. Thesis Mediea : [De diversia vinorum qualitatibus]. 

1758. Veauntione. 21 p. 12^ Pam. v. 612. 
Fkance : Colleetiont de Docaments In^dits, etc- Continued. Paris, 
18 V. 4". Contents : 
(9). Recuell des Lettres rmssiTOS de Ilenri IV, pub. par Berger de Xivrey. 

T.6, 7. 1853,58. 
(13). Papiers d'etat du Cardinal de Granville. R6d. par Weiss. T. 9. 1852. 
(17). M^moires militairea rdatife i la succession d'Espagne sous Louia 

XW : RM%^s sous.. .Gen. De Vault. .(Peiei). T.9,10. 1855,59. 
(30). Recueil des monuments. . . . du Tiers-Etat : Itedigfi par A. Tliiorry. 

T. 3. 1856. 
(31). CorrespondancB. -sous Louis XIV: RMigfi par Depping. T.4.1855, 
(35). Cartulaire de I'Abbaye de Saint Victor da Marseille : Pub. par M. 

Gu&rard. T. I, 2. 1857. 
(36). Hiatoire de la Querre de Navarre en 1276, 77, par G. Anelier do 

Toulouse : Pub. par F. Michel. 1856. 
(37). N^gociatious diplomatiques de la Prance aveo la Toacane : Doo. re- 

cueiilis par G.Oanestrini, et pub. par A. Desjardins. T. 1. 1859. 
(38). M^moires de Olaude Haton, contenant le rficit dea fiySnements ac- 

complis de 1553 a 1582 : Pub. par P. Bourquelot. T. 1, 2. 1857. 
(39). Cartulaire de I'Abbaye de Beauliou (en Limousin) ; Pub. par M. 

Deloche. Paris, 1859. 
(40). Lettres, Inatruotions diplomatiques, et Papiers d'^t du Cardinal 

Bichlieu : Recueillis par M. Avenel- T. 1, 2, 3. 1853, 56, 68. 
Taoisi^ME s^RiR ; Arch^ologie. 
(2). Architecture monastique: Par A. Lenoir. lie et Ille partie. 1 v. 1856. 

FBANOEt : Agricitlture. Concoursd'AnimauxdeEoucherie en 1853, 

1854, 1855, '& Bordeaux, Nimes, Lyon, Lille, Nantes et Poissy : 

Coinptc rendu dos operations des eoncours Paris, 1864 - 56. 

3 v. roy. 8°. 

Concours B^gionaux d'Animaus r^producteurs, d'instru- 

ments, machines, nstensiles ou appareils de I'industrie agricole. . , . 
Tenns & Agen, etc- etc. Et Concours general .... 1853, 54, 55, 58. 
Paris. 4 v. 8". 

Bulletin du Ministere de I'Agrieulture et du Commerce : 

4"" annee 1843 - 12"' ann^e 1851. Paris. 9 y. roy. 8". 

Comptc Rendu de I'exSoution du, dccret du 3 Ootobre 

1848, rclatif a rcuBeiguement prof ess ionnel, de I'agriculture. Paris 
..1850. 673 p. 4". 

French Universal Agricultural Prize Eshibition to he 

opened, Paris, June 1857. Washington, 1857. 58 p. 8^ — Freiicli 
Universal Exposition of procreative animals and agricultural im- 

plementa for 1856 and 57. Washington, 1856. 89 p. 8". Pam. 

V. 461. 

: Algeria. Tableau de la Situation des liltahlisaemeiita fran- 

^ais dans I'Algerie, 1852-54. Premiere, Seeonde partie. Paris. . . . 

1855. 2 v.f. 

■ — — Catalogue Explicatif et RaisomiS de TExpoaition perma- 

nente des produits de I'Algerie ( Rue de Grcnello de St.Gfermain, 



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Pkanoe (contiaued) : 

107); suivi du. Catalogue m^thodiijue des produits algSrieiis 
I'Exposition de Paris en 1855 [ By M. Jules Duval ]. Paria, 1855 
207 p. 8°. 

: Baths. Baius ct Layoirs puljlics. — ComTcission instil.u^o par 

ordre de M, le President dc la E6pulilique, — Ministere de I'agri- 
culture et du commerce, 1850 [ Patia]. 4°. With 15 plates. 

: Bridges and Koads. Eoole ( Imp^riale) dea Ponts et Cliaus- 

Bces : Catalogue des ouvragea anglais et amSrioains de la bibliotheque 
Paris, 1856. 87 p. 8». 

Ecole Imperiale ; Collection de deasina distribues aux 

Sieves. l'-=-4°'% 10"% 11"^ series. Paris, f. 

See Annales des Ponts et Chaussecs. 

: Census. Dcnonilirement quinquenna! de la Population de 

I'Empire, 1856. Paris, 1857. i". 



; Constitution de la RSpublique Frangaise, adoptee par I'As- 

sembUe Nationale, le 4 Nov. 1848. French and English. 45 p. 12". 
Pam. V. 608. 

' : Education. Code Univeraltaire. See Rendu, M. 

■ Programme d'Enseignement pour lea Ecoles normales 

primaires...l851. Paris. 24 p. 12^ Pam. v. 625. 

Reglement et Programme dea esamena pour le brevet de 

capacito d'enseignement primaire. Paria, 1857. 12". Pam. v. 625. 

Plan d'Etudes et Programmes d'enseignement dea lycSes 

...1852. Paris. 12". 

Ecglemont sur I'Enseignement des sciences appliqu^es. 

Paris, 1854. 35 p. 18°. Pam. v. 625. 

Reglement et Programmes du Baccalanr6at ea aeiencee. 

Paria, 1857. 36 p.— du Eacoalaureat cs lettres. Paria, 1857. 

24 p. 12°. Pam. v. 625. 

■ See Images a, I'naages des aalles d'asile. 

Ministere dc t'Instructioa publique et des cultcs [A col- 
lection of blanlc certificates, forms of returns, etc. etc., for schools 
and colleges]. In 1 v. f . 

Ecole Imperiale SpScIale dc Dessin, do matbematiques, 

d'arcbitecture, et de aoulpture d'ornement. . .Distribution dea prix, 
30 Aout 1857. Paris. 16 p. 8". Pam. v. 499. 

' r- Dessins Goloriea pour I'Enseignement de la m^oanique ; 

30 planohea. ComposSa soua la direotioa de M' le G-Sn6ral Morin. . . 
«t par les soina de M' Treaoa, Sous-direoteur du Conaervatoire des 
arts et metiers. Ouvrage public par ordre de M' de Ministre de 
I'instruction publique. Paris (1857?). Atlas f", 

■ Modeles de Dessins et de Lavis composes pour I'en- 

seignement dans les ljc6es Par ordre du Ministre de rinstruction 

publique. Paria, L. Hachctte et C'''. 

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France (continued) : 

: Finances. Eapport pr6sent6 h Son Excelloiiee lo Mbistre 

Secretaire d'etat des fiiianeea, par le Commiasaire royale du cadastre, 

. 1819(?). Paris. 272 p. 4". 

: Htqi&ne vfiTfiRlNAiRE. See Eeeueil de Mfimoircs. 

: Inpanticidb. Rapport a M. le Ministre Secretaire d'etat de 

rinteriour, conoernant les infanticides et lea mort-nes, dans lenr 
relation a^ec la qaestion des enfanta trouves : Par M, Kemacle. 
Paria, 1845. 86 p. 4°. 

: LiBKAET. Bibliotheque Imperials : Departement des impri- 

mes. Catalogue de I'Histoire de France. Tome i - vi. Under fhe 
direction of J. Taschereau. Publie par ordre de TEmpereur. Paris, 
1853 - 59. 6 V. 4°. Contents : 

Vol.1. Prelim inaires : TraitesgSn^raux; Giographiede la France; Hist. 

gSn^rale; Collections; Histoire par Spoques; Bthnographie; Gfine- 

ralitSa de la revolution; Histoire par regnos. 
ToL, 2. Histoire par rfgnes : Bourbons, suite. 
Vol. 3. Eepublique franjaise; Empire; PremiSrerestauration; Cent jours; 

Seconde restauration; Gouvernement de juiilet. 
Vol. 4. Seconde R^publique; Second Empire; Jonmaux et Publications 

periodiquea ou semi-piriodiquea; Societes historiques ou archeolo- 

giques; Anauaires. 
Vol. 5. Histoire religieuae de Prance. 
Vol. 6. Histoire coustitutionnelle. 

: LiQHrnouaES. Ministere de I'Agrioulture, du Commerce, et 

des TraTaux publics : Description sommaire des phares et fanaux 
allumea sur les Cotes de France au Aott 1855. Paris, 1855. 129 
p. 8". ■ 

: Maps. Catalogue des Cartes, plans, vues de c6tos, mcmoires, 

instructions nautiques, etc., qui composent THydrograpHe fran^aise. 
Paria, 1847. 220 p. 8^ 

: Museums. Notice dea Tableaux expoaSs dans la Galerio du 

Musee. Paria, 1814. 152 p. 12". Pam. v. 615. 

: Military School. Programmes des Connaissanues exigoea 

. . . .pour I'admiasion k I'lScole .... militaire de Saint Cjr en 1858. 
Paris. 34 p. 12". Pam. v. 625. 

: Mutual Aid Societieb. Rapport a I'Empereur aur la situa- 
tion des Societes de secours mutuels. .Par la Commission 
d 'encouragement et de surveillance des.: 
,.1854,55. 2y.4^ 

: Navt. a Translation of the Frenoli King'a Ordinance relating 

to the enrolling of sea-of&oers, sailors and aeafaring people. 16tlt 
Ap. 1G89. London, 1740. 30 p. 8^ Pam. v.420. 

Stablissement des Invalides de la Marine : Expose pre- 

paratoire. Ministere de la Marine et des Colonies. Paris, 1831. 8°. 
Pam. V. 235. 

: Patents. Description des Machines et Precedes pour lesquels 

des brcTeta d'invention ont etS pris sous le regime de la Loi d« 5 
Juillet 1844. Publiee par lea ordres de M.le Ministre de I'Agri- 
culture, du Commerce et des Travaux publics. Tojacs 1 - 33. — 
Table g6nerale des vingt premieres annees. 1 v. Paris, 1850 - 59. 
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FrarCE (contimied) : 

Catalogue des Brevets d'Invention pris dn 9 Octobre 

1844 - an 31 Decembro 1854. Paris, 1846 - 1855. 10 t. 8". 

: PiscicuLTURB. Commission de Pisciculture : Travaux et Rap- 
ports Rapport de M. Milne- Ed wards, et de M. Costc. (Paris, 

1850). 32p.8^ Pam. V. 233. 

: PoLYTEOHNiO SoHOOL. ProgTamnies des Connaissanoes exigfies 

et instruction niinistSriells pour I'admisaion a I'Scole en 1858. 

Paris. 36 p. 12". Pam. t. 625. 

: Post-office. Postes Imperiales : fitat gSn^ral, ..suivi de la 

Carte.. 1806. Paris, 1805. 186 p. .8". 

: Prisons. Opinions exprimSes par lea Conseils generaus des 

dSpartements dans leur session de 1838, sur la reforme du regime des 
prisons. Paris, 1838. 133 p. 4°. 

Prefecture de Police. — Rapports k ,M. le Ministre de 

I'IntSrieur au sujet des modifications introdttites dans le regime du 
P6nitencier des jeunes detenus de la Seine, aujourd'tui Maison 
Centrale d'fiducation correctionnelle, pendant les annees 1838 - 
1843. G- Delessert,'Prefet. Paris, 1844. 67 p. 4". 

■■ — — .Statistique des Bagnes :Annce. 1851; Annie 1852. Paris, 

1853, 1854. 37, 37 p. in 1 v. 8". 

Rapport a sa Majeste I'Empereur, sur !' Administration 

dea fitablissements p^nitentiaires par S. E. le Ministre de I'lnti- 
tieur. — Statistique de ces ^tablissements. Ann6e 1852. Paris, 1854. 
With Statistique des Prisons et des Etabliasements penitent! aires 
pour Tann^e 1853. Rapport . .par M. Louis Perrot, Inspecteur general 
...Paris, 1855. In 1 v. 8°. 

Etudes sur la Mortality dana les Bagnes et dans Ics Mai- 
sons centrales de force et de correction, . depuis 1822 jusqu'^ 1837 
inolueivement. . .par M. Eaoul-Chassinat. Paris, 1844. 139 p. 4°. 

: Pbovisions," Assemblee Nationale. — EnquSte liglslatiTe aur 

la prodnction et la oonsommation de la viande de boncJierie, ordonnS 
par les resolutions des 13 et 21 Janvier 1851. — Rapport fait au 
nom de la Commission par M. V. Laniuinais .... Paris, 1851. 63, 
oslv p.^ Documents recuoillis par la Commission d'enqa&te. Tome 
premier. Paris, 1851. 418 p. In 2 y. gr. 4". 

: Railroads. EnquMe sur lea moyens d'assurer la regularito 

et la sflveti de Sexploitation sur les chemins de fer. . . .Paris, 1858. 
clvi, 453 p. f . 

: Savings iNBTiruTiONS. Rapport, .aur lea Caisses d'Epargne- 

Annee 1851, AnnSe 1854. Paris, 1854, 56. 2.y.4». 

: Slavery. Exposes des Motifs : Rapports et dibats des Cham- 

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France (oontinueil ) : 

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: War Department. Eapport a TEmpereur par le,. .Ministre 

de la Guerre { Vaillant) aur rcnsemble des dispositions administra- 
tives ausquellea a donn6 lieu la guerre d'Orient. Paris, 1856, 
58 p. 8°. Pam. v. 521. 

Fbancis, Benj. The Conflagration : a Poem on the laat day, in four 
parts... 2d edition. Bristol, £w^. 1786. 47 p. 8°. Pam. v. 397. 

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Historical Society New- York, 1857. 232 p. With Proceedings, 

Not. 3, 1857. 27 p. In 1 v. 8^ 

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Peanckean Bvangblio LrTHEKAN Synod. Journal of the Six- 
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pBANCKEN, JSgidius. StcUigc God-gcleertheyd, dat is de Waarheden 
van de Hervormde Leer. 6* di-ult, Eotterdam, 1757. 3 v. 18°. 

Hcilig Gebruik des Orgeis, vertoont in oen leer-roden. .Met een 

tocgift . , oyer het verborgen manna en de witte keursteen. Dordrogt, 
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Pkancklin (Thomas), ZJ.D. Sermon ia Cornhill after the fire : Ec. 
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der K. Hof-und Central Bihliothek in Miinchcn, Bcmerkungen. 

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FEANKLiNt, Benjamin. The Complete Works in philosophy, polities 

and morals of the late : . . . .now first collected and arranged. With 

memoirs of Lis early life, written by himself. .Loud. 1806. 3 v. 8". 

Memoirs of the Life and Writings of : . .written by himself to a 

late period, and continued to the time of his death, by hia grandaon 
William Temple Franklin. Now first published from the original 
MSS., comprising the private correspondence and public negotia- 
tions of Dr. Franklin, and a selection from his political, philosophi- 
cal and miscellaneous works. London, 1818. 3 y. 4°. 

[ ]. See Appeal to justice of Great Britain. Cat. 1855. 



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Franklin, Benjamin : 

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[ ]. See Coo! Thoughts on tto present situation. Phil'a, 1764. 

Letters to Benjamin Franklin from his family and friends, 1751- 

179Q. New-York, 1859. 8". 

Franklin, William. The Building Associations of Connecticut and 
other States examinecl.. With a review of the New-York and Mas- 
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Franklin County Ageicultuhal Society : Transactions. 8tli An- 
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FRANKLIK+ Institute of the State of Pennsylvania, for the promotion 
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Eeport on the 25th Eshihition of American manufactures, 1856. 

Philadelphia, 1857. 8°. Pam. t. 255.— Report of the 26th Exhibi- 
tion, 1857. Philadelphia, 1858. 1 v. 8". 

Report of the Committee of the F. I on the explosions of 

steam-boilers. .Part xi, containing the Report of the subcommittee 

of the strength of materials employed in the constriiction of 

steam-boilers. Philadelphia, 1837. 254 p. 8°. 

Extr. Proceedings, Juno 18, 1857 : Discussion on joints of rail- 
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Fraber, William, The Constitutional Nature of the Convocations of 

the Church of England London, 1852. 31 p. 8". Pam. v. 330. 

Fratelli, C. Cliristiani Fratelli onpartydige minnelyke Missive aan 

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VoL.1-6. CEuvres Historiques: (]), M6moJres deBrandenbourg; (2,3), 

Histoire de mon temps; (4, ), Histoire do la gaorre de sept ana; 

(6), Mfimoires historiques, 1763 - 75, 
Vol, 7. Melanges tiatoriques. 
Vol. 8, 9. fEuvres pliilosophiques. 
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posthumes; (14), Ponies ^parses. 
Vol. 15. Melanges litt6raires. 

FREDEEiCKt, Cfeaar. , .Agtien-Jarige Rejs na en door Indien, anno 
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Feeb (John), B.D-' False Prophets, or. . .Methodists detected at the 
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face, .and an appendix. .London, 1758. xviii,40p. 8". Pam. v. 371. 

FaEB, M. The Life and Confession of Mickey Free Coloma, Cal. 

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Feee (A) Address to Protestant Dissenters as such i particularly to 
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Free and Apposite Observations on one very evident and indecent 
cause of the present rapid decline of clerical credit and character, 
in a letter to the. , .Bp. of Ckester. London, 1782. 89 p. 8°. Pam. 
V. 323, 

Free (A) and Calm Consideration of the unhappy misunderstandings 
and debates, .between. .Great Britain and these American colonies 
. .By Ben. Benj. Prescott of Banners. Salem, Mass. 1774. 52 p. 8". 

Free and Candid Thoughts on the doctrine of predestination. By T, 
E., i. e. Thomas Edwards . . . London, 1761. 25 p. 8°. Pam. v. 300. 

Free (The) and Impartial Examiner : Being a candid enquiry, , . 
with regard both to domestick and foreign affaire. . .London, 1745. 
vii, 52 p. 8". Pam. v. 446. 

Free (A) Appeal to the People of Great Britain, on the conduct of 
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Free (A) Conference concerning the late election of an Emperor ; 
or a Political Enquiry into the original cause of the present troubles 
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Free-Masonry in reply to Anti-Masonry, in the Am. Quar. Review for 
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Free Masons : Grand Lodges — Proceedings, in 1 v. S". Contents : 
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Dec. 1853. Montgomery, 1353. 162, 26, 21 p, 
M.W.G.L. of.. Connecticut ; Proceedings., .utthe Annual Communica- 
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Free Masons : 

M. W. G, L. of Georgia : Proceedings at the Annual Ooniiomiication for 

the jear 5853. Macon, 1853. 183 p. 
Grand Lodge of Kentucky ; Proceedings, Grand Ann. Comm. Lexington, 

Aug. 28, 1854. Frankfort, 1854. 240 p. 
Grand LodgeofF. and A. Masons of Maryland ■ Proceedings, Nov. 21-23, 

1853. ..Baitimore, 1853. 90 p. 
(5. E.. A. Ohapter.of Missouri : Proceedings at the Ann. Comm. at St-Louis, 

May 23, 1855. St- Louis, 1855. 53 p. 
M. W. G. t. of New-Hampshire ; Proceedings at the Ann. Comin. June 7, 

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Grand Lodge of Ancient York Masons of North-Carolina. A. L. 5854. Ra- 
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: New- York. Grand Lodge of the State : Constitutions of the 

Ancient and Hon. Lodge of Free aud Accepted Masons . , -N. York. 
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The Constitutions of tbe Aneient and Honorable Erater- 

Dity of Free and Accepted Masons : Containing all the particular 
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List of Members... New-York, 1822. 12°. Pam. y. 605. 

Free-Thinking Rightly Stated : Wherein a discourse (falsely so 

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Free Trade in Corn the teal interest of the landlord. . .By a Cum- 
berland landowner. (1828). 2d edition. Lond. 1835. 88 p. 8". Pam. 
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Free-Will Baptist Foreism Mission Society : 22d Report. Dover, 
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Free Will Baptist Reoister for 1847 - 1859. Dover, N.H. 13 v. 18° 

Freedom op Elections to Parliament a fundamental law and liberty 
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Freehold Institute, Monmouth County, N.J. Catalogue, 1357. 8". 
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Freeman's Chronicle, or The American Advertiser : Vol. 1. April 

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Jan. 10, 1789. Exeter, f. See Newsp.v. 15. 
IreEston, J, A Serious Inquiry into the nature and effects of modern 

Socinianism..Sd edition. Coventry, iSng. 1813. 55 p. Pam. v- 303. 

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Freind, M. Emmenologie, ou Traits de Tfi^-acuation ordinaire aus 

femmes par M. Devaux. . . . Wit/i B,6flesions ci-itiquee sur I'eui- 

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Freind, Eohert. Sermon, before House of Commons, Jan. 30, 1710, 
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IfREiNSHEMlus, Jo. Commentarii. See Ourtins ( Q.) Rufus. 
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Life of : New-York, Greeley & M'Elrath, 1856- 32 p.— Report 

of the Comra. on military affairs, to which was referred the memorial 
of J. C. F., praying an investigation of the claims of citizens of 
California. . . .for. . . supplies fiimished by them for the use of the 
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Lieut. Col. Fremont. Sen. Doc. 1848. 447 p. In 1 v. 8°. 

The Life of Fremont. Published by Levison & Haney, New- 
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Das Leben des Obersten Fremont. New-York, Greeley & Mao 

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Election Pamphlets. J. C. Fremont's Record, 1856. 16 p. — 

Fremont's Romanism established. 16 p. — Fremont a Protestant! 
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trade of the United States frum 1621 to 1857 New-York, 1858. 

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FkBNCH, Daniel. A Letter to, .Lord Gifford. .on his reported exalta- 
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French, J. H. Gaaetteer of the State of New-York, enihraoing a 
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French { the) Pjlktender unmasked ; or An Appeal to the common 
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French Peotestants. Les Chretiens Protestants de France a tons 
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FrendI, William. An Address to the Members of the Church of Kn- 
gland, and to Protestant Trinitarians in general, . .2d ed. London, 

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A Second Address to the Inhabitants of Cambridge. . exhorting 

them to turn from the false worship of three persons St. Ives, 

1789. 8°. Pam, v. 315. 

Mr. Coulthurst's Blunders exposed. 1789. 47 p. 8". Pam. v. 313, 

Peace and Union recommended to the assoeiated bodies of re- 
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A Summary, etc. [Another edition]. Dublin, 1845. 24 p. 12°. 

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The Testimony of. the Society of Friends on the Continent of 

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— A Declaration of the Yearly Meeting of Friends held in Phila- 
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— A Statement of the Efforts made by Friends, to efi"eot an amicable 
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Summary Statement of Facts, on affirmation, submitted to the 

Chancellor, in reply to the bill filed in the Court of Chancery by 
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— Decision of the Vice -Chancellor ( W. T. M'Ooun), on the appli- 
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— A Defence of the Religious Society of Friends who constitute 
the Yearly Meeting of Baltimore, against certain charges circulated 
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Eriends, or Quakers : 

: New-Jersey. An Appeal to the Legislative CouBcil and Gre- 

neral Assembly of New- Jersey, on belialf of the, . , . Friends 
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: New-York. Memorials concerning Deceased Friends : Pnh. 

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: Slavekt. An Epistle of Caution and Advice concerning the 

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j^ View of the Present State of the African Slave Trade. 

Published by direction of a meeting representing the. ... in Pena- 
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Facts and Observations relative to the Participation of 

American citiaens in the African slave trade. Pub- by. . .Friends in 
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An Address to the Citizens of the United States, on 

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An Appeal to the Professors of Christianity, in the Sou- 
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: War. The Memorial and Petition of the Society of Friends 

or Quakers, to the Legislature of Virginia, on the subject of militia 
fines. Together with the Letter of Benjamin Bates on the same. 
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_ Considerations respecting the Lawfulness of War . . . ■ 



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FrieschI Genootschap van Gesehied-, Oudheid- en Taalkunde. Do 
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Frieze, Jacob- A Concise History of the Efforts to obtain an exten- 
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The same, enlarged., 2d edition. Providence, 1842. 179 p- 12". 

FROEiSHERt, Capt. M, A True Report of the Laste Voyage into the 
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Full (A) and Particulak Answek to all the calumnies, misrepre- 
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1703 : Zeck. iv, 6. London. 8°. Pam. v. 363. 

G-ALVAo, Antonio. Tratado doe Descobrimentos antigoa e modernos, 
feitos ate era de 1550, com OS nomes partioulares das pessoaa que os 
figerao ; e em que tempos, e as suas alturaa e dos desvairados camin- 
hoa por onde a pimenta, e especiaria veyo do India a« noasaa partes ; 
obracerto muy notaTel, e eopioaa. Composto pelo fa mo so Antonio 
Galvao .... Lisboa occidental, na Officina Eerreiriana, 1731, svi, 
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Gascia, M. Catalogue of Library of : . .Auction, London, 1856. 8". 
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GARDANst, J. J. Maniere sure et facile de traiter les 
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Le Secret des Suttons dSvoiU ou I'inoculation mise h. la portSe 

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Gaerick, David. The Private Correspondence of David Garriok with 
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and historical tracts of :. . . .which will be sold. . . .April 23, 1823. 
London. 90 p. 8". With prices and, Addenda. 

Gaeriqub (R.) and Chkistern : Monthly Bulletin of Literature, 
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Garrnaud, M.A. fitudea d'Aretitecture Chreticnno : l''^, 2*'= ]i- 
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G-ARBiAs, Petrus. Petri G-araie Episcopi Vssellen- ad sanotissiumm 
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the manufactaring population considered with reference to mechani- 
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Gasparin, Comic Agen< 
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Gaucherel Antiquity, ^poque romaine, 6poque gothique, renais- 
sance, art moderne. Premiere partie. Paris, 1857. 123 plates, f . 

Gacdentio DI Lccca, Sig- The Memoirs of Sig^. Gaudentio di 
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unknown country in the midst of the vast deserts of Africa. .Trans, 
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Gaudrt, Albert. Recherches Scientifiques en Orient : Entreprises par 
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GAU8SEN, L. Thfiopnenstie, ou Pleiae Inspiration des Saintes ficritures. 

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Gavin (Hector), M-D. Unhealthiness of London, and the necessity 

of remedial measures : Being a lecture. . , .London, 1847. 70 p. 8°. 

Pam. v. 404. 
Gawler, Col. George. The Emancipation of the Jews indispensable 

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Gat, Rev. Ehenezer. Zeehariah's Vision of Christ's martial glory, .a 

sermon. . .Hon. Artillery Comp. June 3. Boston, 1728. 8". 

Gay, John. Trivia ; or the Art of walking the streets of London. 
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Gatton, I. R. Memoria Philosophica ; or History, chronology, geo- 
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ples best adapted to retention in the memory 111. with plates. 

London, 1826. 220 p. 8°. 

GAZBTTEt M^dioale de Pakts, dirigee par le Dr. Jules GuSrin. 29° 
ann6e, 3= aerie, v. 14. Paris, 1859, 4". 

Gazette of the United States, Jan. 21, 1792. See Mass. Spy. 
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Gazetteer of Upper Canada, 1813. See Smith, D. W. 

Gedanken von DEa Kinder-Zttcht, nebst "Vorschlagen zur Ver- 
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Geib, Br. An Essay on Homoeopathy. . .designed principally for lay 
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Geijer, Erie Gustave. The History of the Swedes. Trans, from the 
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GeIilI, Sir William. The Topography of Borne and its vicinity 

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G-EMEBAL Association of Baptists of Missouri. See Baptist Churches. 

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G-ENEKAL Outline of the United States. .1825. See Outline. Cat. 
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General Theological Seminary, N.Y. See Protestant Bpia.Ck. 

Oenbkal Union for Promoting the Ohservance of the christian Sah- 
bath : Address. . .New- York, 1828. 16 p. 8". Pam. v. 490. 

Gerebal View of the Political State of France, and of the govern- 
ment of Lonia XVIII. With some remarks on the late declaration 
of the allied powers : In a letter addressed to a Friend. N.York, 
1815. 96 p. 12°. Pam. T. 616. 

raa,- New-York, 1856 ; Catalogue, 1855, 

Genesee Consociation, JV.Y. Constitution. 8". Pam. v.483. 
GBNESEEt ( The) Fakmer :' Vol. VIII, 1847 ; edited hy Daniel Lee : 

Vol. IX, 1848 ; edited hy D. Lee & D. T. Moore ■- Vol. xiri, 1852 ; 

editedby D. Lee& J.Viek, jr. Rochester, N.Y. S.v.roy.S". 

Genesee Missionary Society in the State of New-York. Constitu- 
tion, with an address. Philadelphia, 1812. 12 p. 8". Pam. v. 524. 

Genesee . Mutual Insurance Company : Circular, By-Laws, and 

Act of Incorporation, Boohester, 1849. Pam. v. 239. 
Genesee Bivek. Memorial of the Owners of water of the Genesee 

Biver at Boohester to the Legislature. Eochester, 1853. 16 p. Pam. 

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Genesee Valley Canal. Eeport of a Survey made Sept. 1854, by 

D. Marsh and S. CornelL Rochester, Jan. 1, 1855. 8°. Pam. v. 230; 

■ Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, Lima, -Livingston County, N.York. 
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GBNEVA+ College : Catalogue, 1838, 42. Geneva, N.York. — ■ Procee- 
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Medical Institution : Circular, 1838. Geneva. 8°. Pam. v. 517. 

Gbneta ( N. Y.) Female Institute : Catalogue, 1848, 8". Pam. 
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Geneva Lyceum, N.Y. Catalogue, 1835 ; and Lecture hy Ber. M. P. 
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GENEVEt. Estraictdu Linre de Conseil. .du7 Juil,1662. .Beglomens 
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Genoa. Desoriaione di Geneva e del Genovesato. Genova, Tipografia 
Ferrando, 1846. Sv.roy. 8". 

Proeve van Oudlieid-, Taal- 

Genouille, J. Dictionnaire Abreg6 d'Histoire. . .Paris, 1852. 18°. 

Gent, Thomas. The Life of Mr. Thomas Gent, printer, of York. Writ- 
ten bj himself. London, Thorpe, 1832. 208 p. 8". 

Gentleman's Diabt : Efkemeris. London, 1750, 51, 59, 72, 78. 18°. 
Aim. V. 7 - 12. 

GENTLBMAN'st MAGAZINE : Vol. 42, July 1854-Vol. 45, June 1856.-— 
New aeries : Vol. 1, July 1856 - Vol. 5, Deo. 1858. London. 9 v. 8". 

Genuine ( The) Principles of the Anoient Saxon, or English Consti- 
tution. Carefully collected from the beat authoritiea {A. Ramsay) ; 
with aome obaervationa on their peculiar fitness for the United Colo- 
niea in general, and Pennsylvania in particular. By DemophiluB. . . 
Philadelphia, Bell, 1776. 46 p. 8". 

Geoffroy Saint-HilaireI, I. PhiloBOphie Anatomique : Des mon- 
atruositSs humaines, ouvrage contenant une claaaifleation dea mon- 
stres... Paris, 1822. 550 p. 8°. 

Rapport General aur. . .la domestication, .dea animaux utiles. . 

Paris, 1819. 51 p. 4". Pam v. 1014. 

GEOGRAPaiCAL AND CoMMEBCtAL GAZETTE : A Monthly publication 

EA. by an Association : Pub. .by J.Disturnell. N.York, 1855. 

Jan. .June. 1 v. f'. 

GEOGRAPHICAL+ SociETT, LoTidon. See Royal Geographical. 

: Journal ; Vol. in, iv, v, VI, 1844- 

GEOLOOiCALt Society op London : Quarterly Journal ; Vol. 11, 
1855; Vol. 12, 1856; Vol. 13, 1857 ; Vol, 14, 1858. Loud. 4 v. 8°. 

Geoloqische REicnsANSTALT. See Austria. 

■Geometry no Friend to Infidelity ; or A Defence of Sir Isaac Newton 
and the British mathematioiana . . . .By Philalethea Oantabrigicnsis, 
i. e. James Jurin. London, 1734. 84 p. 8". Pam. v. 333. 

George II, of England. Letters in the Original, with translationa, 
and messi^es that passed between the liing, queen, prince and prin- 
cess of Wales ; on occasion of the birth of the young princess. 
London, 1737. 30 p. 8°. Pam. v. 419. 

Another edition : 1737. 34 p. 8". Pam. v. 445. 

George III. A Sketch of the Reign of George the third, from 1780 
to the close of the year 1790. 2d edition. London, Debrett, 1791. 
206 p. 8°. Pam. v. 391. 

Declaration : On Negotiations for Peace with France. Dec. 27, 

1796. London. 3 p.f . Pam. v. 1103. 

Bibliothecae Regise Catalogua. Ed. hy F. A. Barnard, Librarian, 

N. Carlisle and J. H. Gloi^er. Londini, escudebant Gul. Bulmer et 
Gul. Niool, 1820 - 1829. 5 v. With Catalogue of the maps, prints, 
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attached to the library of his late Majesty King George the third, 
and presented hj his Majesty King G-eorge the Fourth to the British 
Museum. Edited hy Alexander Macpherson. London, printed by 

order of the trustees of the British Musoum, by Ct. Woodfall 

1829. 373&mi.p. Iv.— 6v.f*. 

Gboiige IV, Pseud. A Letter from the King to his People, on the 
Queen. From 12th London edition. Pliikdelphia, 1821. 47 p. 8°. 
Pam. V. 522. 

George ( W.), D.D. Sermon, 1749. See Soe. Prop, the Gospel. 

George's Almanack : Newburyport ? 1781. 12°. Aim. v. 19. 

GEOUGETOWNt College, Dist. of Columbia. Catalogue, 18-53. George- 
" ~ "" -Catalogue, for 1854,55. Georgetown, 

A. M, D. G. Theses defended during the scholastic year 1853-4, 

by the students of ratioaal philosophj Georgetown, 1853. 8°. Pam. 
v. 199. 

Geokgi, Theoph. AHgemo aes Euioj iiaches Biieher-Lexicon, in wel- 
chem nach ordnung des Dictiondrii die allermeisten autores oder 
gattungen von hut,hein an finden noch vor deni anfange des xvi 
peenli bis 1739 inclusive In Vier Theile abgetheilet. 1742. 4 v. — 
FunfFter theil. In wel:,hem die Franzosichen auctorea und bQcher. . 
in alphabet ischer ordnung zu finden 1753. 1 v, — Erstes, Zwcytcs, 
Drittes Supplement. 1750, 1755, 1758. 3 v.— Leipaig. 8 v.f. 

GEOKGiAt. Message of Gov. H. V. Johnson to the Legislature, Nov, 7, 
1857. MiUedgeville, 1857. 20 p. 8". Pam. v. 522. 

Catalogue of the State Library. .MiUedgeville, 1859. 144 p. 8". 

Gepredebtineerden (Den) KiEr, ofte cen t' Samen-spreekinge, ge- 
houdeu tusschen oen predikant der Calsinus-gcsindc, ende een dief, 
die gesentenieert was om te steryen. By H. Slatius. Gedruckt in 
't jaer 1732. With, Antwoort op den Gepredestineerden of reucke- 
loosen dief, geraaeokt door een Lief-hehber der gereformeerde. 
Gedruckt in 't jaer 1732. 18". 

Gerard, Prof. Alex. Influence of the Pastoral Office on the charaoter 
, . . A Sermon : Tit. i, 7. Aberdeen, 1760. — Influence of Piety, a 
Sermon : I>m(. vi, 24. Edinburgh, 1761. 8". Pam. v. 371. 

Gerard, Capt. Alex. Account of Koonawur in the Himalaya, eto. 
elc eto. Edited by G. Lloyd. London, 1841. 308, sxvi p. 8". 

GEKHAKDTt, Charles'. Traits de Chimie Organique. Tome iv. Paris, 
1856. 1 V. 8". 

German Emperors. [Engravings and Deaoriptiona of Coins from. . 
Ferdinand I to Sigismund, 1848, in Latin]. 145-156 p. sm. 4". Imp. 

German Evangelical Lctheran Ministerium of Pennsylvania. 
Verhand lunge n der 100*'*° jahrlichen versammlung, 184T. Read- 
ing, Pa. 1817. 8". Pam. v. 490, 

German Evangelical LtiTnEBAN Zion's Church, Boston, Mass. 
Kirchenordnung. Albftny, 1857. 11 p. 18°. Pam. v. 490. 

German REroRMED Church; in the U.S.A. Acts and Proceedings . . 
at Heading, Pa. 1841. Cfeambcrsbarg, Penn. 1841. 84 p. 8'. Pam. 
V. 490. 
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Germantown (Deralte) Calendar, 1854. Phiiadelpliia. Aim. v. 42- 
llor 1858. 4". Aim. v. 46. 

Gerbald, Joseph. GeiTald : A Fragment ; containing some account 

• of the life of this devoted citizen, who was sent as a delega'te to the 

Brit. Conv. at Edinb. by tbe London Corresp. Society, for acting in 

, which eapaeity he is now transported to Botany Bay for fourteen 

years. London, 1794. 24 p. 8». Pam. v. 448. 

GfiRSTACKERt, I'rederick. Gerstacker's Travels : Rio Janeiro; Buenos 
Ayres ; ride through the Pampas ; Winter journey across the Cor- 
diUeras ; Chili ; Valparaiso ; California, and the Gold Fields. Trans, 
from tbe German. London. . -1854. 12". 

Gbrstnek, Clara von. Bescbreibung einer Reise dureh die Vereinigtea 
Staaten von Nordamerica in den jahren 1838 bis 1840, . .Leipzig. , 
1842. 12". 

Geeond, Friar. Tbe History of tbe famous preacher Friar Gerund 
de Campazas, otherwise Gerund Zotes. By Father J. F. Oe VIsla. 
Trans, from the Spanish, by~Nugmt. London, 1772. 2 v. 8". 

Geschichte VON Chicago. I'rom the Demooratic Press, 1854. 80 p. 8". 

Gesenius, William. A Hebrew and English Lexicon of the Old Tes- 
tament, including tbe Biblical Cbaldee. Trans by Edward Ro- 
binson, D.D. A new edition, . .London. .1844. 8°. 



Halee, 1843. 204 p. 8°. Cat. 



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GbtTLINQs, Arnold. Ethica of Zeden-ltonst zynde oen kennisse syns 

selva Vertaalt door Ant. de Reiis. Dordregt, 1697. 18°. With, 

Dessclvdcn Makers Wysgerig kootbondig vcrtoog over dese sins- 
preuk, wie eene alie deugden beeft. Dord. 169S. 591, 213 p. IS". 

;Thandeling over het Puntdicht. Amster- 
V. 230. 

GlANNiNi, G. De la Nature des Fievres dea convulsions .... des 

immersions froides. . . .Trad par N. Heurteloup. Paris, 1808. 

2 V. 8-. 
GlANNOMEt, Pietro. Histoire Civile du Royaume de Naples, trad. . . . 
avec de nouvelles notes,, .par I'auteur. .A La Haye, 1742. 4 v. 4°. 
Corttents : 

Tome Ij Sous les Eomains, les Gets, les Grecs et les Lombards; 2, Sous 
les Princes Formands et de Savoie; 3, Sous les Rois Aagevins et 
Aragonois; 4, Sous les Princes de la Maison d'Autriohe. 

GlBBEst, Robert W. Memoir of James Do Veauxof Charleston, S.C. 
. . .Columbia, 1846. 258 p. 8". 

Documentary History of tbe American Revolution, consisting of 

letters and papers relating to tbe contest for liberty, chiefly in South 
Carolina.. 1764 -1776.1 v.; 1776-1782.lv.; 1781andl782.lv. 
Columbia, S.C. 1853 ; New-York, 1855, 1857. 3 v. 8". 

GiBBONt, Edward. History of tbe Decline and Fall of the Roman Em- 
pire. Vol. 6, 7. London, iJo^M, 1855. 2 v. 12°. 

Gibbons, J. S. The Banks of New-York, their dealers ; tbe clearing 

bouse, and tbe panic of 1857 30 illustrations. New- York, 1858. 

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Gibbons, Thomas. Divine Condnet Vindicated Two diBCOurses 

preached. . . .London, March 29, 1761, oocaaioned Ly the decease of 

the Eev. Samuel Davies, M.A.. .of. . .New- Jersey in which are 

contained some memoirs of Mr. Davies. . .***. London, Pield ; and 
sold hy W. Dunlap, Philadelphia, l^ei. 31 p. 8^ 

GiBBS, James. Bibliotheca Badcliviana ; or A short description of tho 
Badcliffe Library at Oxford, on twenty-three copperplates, . . .with 
the explanation. , .London, 1747. 12 p. f., and plates. 

GiBBS, John. Vaccination. Brighton, England, 1857. 4 p. 8". Pam. 
V. 405. 

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GiBKALTAiEt G-ARRiaoN LIBRARY : A Catalogue of the books. . ..Es- 
tablished in the year 1793 . . .Gibraltar, 1821. 332 p. 8°. 
Gibson, J3^. Edmund. [Writings of : eolleeted] in 1 v. 8". Contents: 
Sermon, Charity Schools of London : Dan. sii, 3. London, 1716. 
Sermon, H. of Peers, June 7, 1716 : Thanksgiving on suppression of late 

rebellion. London. 
Sermon, Soc. Eef. of Manners, Jan. 6, 1723. With Account of : London. 
Bishop of London's Pastoral Letter... occasioned by some late writings in 

favour of Infidelity. London, 1728- 64 p. 
....Second Pastoral Letter,... occasioned by some late vrritings, in wWch 

it is asserted, " That Reason is a sufBcient judge " 6th edition. 

London, 1730. 80 p. 
... .Third Pastoral Letter ... .occasioned by the suggestions of Infidels. . . 

London, 1731. 92 p. With, 
An Address to the inhabitants of. -London.. in relation to a Pastoral Let- 
tor... of the Bp.of London, 1729. 76p.— ^jid, 
A Vindication. of tho. .. .Pastoral Letter : In answer to.. An address; &o. 

...By an Inhabilant.. London, 1729. 60 p. 

Sermon, Consecration of Bp. Nicholson, June 14, 1702 : Tkess- 

V, 11, 13. London. 4°. Pam. v. 361. 

Family Devotion. . .with two foPms of prayer. 4th edition. Loti- 

don, 1809. 60.p. 12°. Pam. v. 308. 

The Great Work of our Eedemption by Christ 6th Head of 

the Bp. of London's Pastoral Letter. With a preface .... London, 
1735. 19 p. 8". Pam. V. 444. 

Gibson, Walter M. The Prison of Weltevreden ; and a glance at the 
East Indian Archipelago. , .New-York. .1855. 12°. 

■ Report of Committee on Foreign Affairs on the Memorial of W. 

M. Gibson, Aug. 2, 1856. Congress. Doct. 314 p. 8". Pam. v. 488. 

Gibson t ( WiUiam), M.t). Lecture,. . , .embracing a short account of 
eminent Belgian surgeons, physicians, &c. &c. Phil'a, 1848. 8°. 
Pam. v. 271. 

GiDniNGB, Rev. George P. An Address, Palmyra, Missouri, June 29, 
1855, at tho commencement of St.Paul's College. Also, a brief ac- 
count of St.Paul's College, &c. Quiccey, 7^Z. 1855. 8°. Pam.v.215. 

GiDDiNGS ( Joshua E.), of Ohio. Speeches in Congi'ess. Boston, 1853. 
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G-iDDiNGS, Joshua R. : 

Speech, H. of E., 1852, on the Compromise measures. 8 p. 8°. 

Pam. Y. 486: 

Tie Conflict hetween Religious Truths and American Infidelity 

. . . .Speech, U.S. H. of R., upon the iBsuea. . .Freedom and S' 
Feh.2g, 1858. 8". Pam. v. 561. 

GiDNBT. Bleazer. A Treatise on, . .the Teeth. Utica, 1824, 18". 
G-iiToan, Capt. Jainca. The Remonstrance of a Unitarian 

to the Bishop of St.Dayid's. London, 1818. 96 p. 8". Pam. v. 316. 

GxPFOHDt, William. Tho Baviad aod Mjeviad***. 8th edition. Lon- 
don, 1811. 191 p. 12". 

G-IGUET, M- Anecdotes Secretes sur la Revolution du 18 I'ructidor : 
et nouveaus mSmoires des deportes a la Guiane, Merits par eux- 
memes : contenant des Lettrea du &^n, Murinaia, etc. . .M^moires de 
Barbe Marbois, &c. Faisant suite au journal du CrSn. Ramel. 2' 6d. 
Paris, 1799. 215 p. 8". 

GiHolfl, John H. Geary and Kansas : Governor Geary's administra- 
tion in Kansas, with a complete history of the territory until June 
1857. . -Philadelphia, 1857. 348 p. 12". 

Gilbert's Glebqtman's Almanack, 1836, 88. Load. 12". Aim. v. 50. 

Gilbert, Bp. John. Sermon, H. of Lords, Jan. 30, 1742 : Martyrdom 
of Charles L London, sm.4". Pam. v. 189. 

London, 1744. 

UiLDAst, De Bxcidio EritannlEe. See English Historical Society. 

GiLDEMEisTES, Joannes. Bibliothccse Sansltritje, siVe Eeeensus Lihro- 

rum Sanskritorum hycvaque typis vel lapido exscriptorum critici 

specimen. Bonn£e ad Rhenum, 1847. 192 p. 8°. 
GiLLETT, R. H. Before the ■Commissioner of Patents, in the matter of 

the application of C. Goodyear. . .Argument in behalf of U.S. Car 

Spring Co., Feb. 8, 1853. 17 p. 8". Pam. v. 298. 
Gillette, M. le Dr- Salles d'Asiie pour I'Enfance : Premieres lemons 

d'histoire natnrelle. Arbres, Arbrisseaui, Plantea. Paris, 1839. 

62 p. 8". Pam. v. 278. 
GiLliEst (Bto. John), D.D. Memoirs of tho Life of the Reverend 

George Whitefield. .***. JSTew-York, Hodgo & Shober, 1774. Repr. 

312 p. 12". 
Gillies, E. P. Memoirs of a Literary Veteran, including Sketches 

and Anecdotes of the moat distinguished literary characters from 

1794 to 1849. London, 1851. 3 V. 12".. 
GiLLisst, Lieut. J. M. See U.S. Naval Astronomical Expedition to 

the Southern Hemisphere during tho years 1849-52. 

Naval Observatory ; Observations, 1848. See United States, 

GiLLRAY, James. The Works of :. .from the original plates, with the 
addition of many subjects not before collected. London. Printed for 
. -Bohn. .by Charles Whiting, f . 

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Oilman, Daniel 0. A Historical Diaeourae, Norwict, Conn. Sept. 7, 
1859, at the bi-oentciinial celebration. 2d edition, with additional 
notes. Boaton,1859. 128 p. 8. — For 1st edition, See Norwich Ju- 

Scientific Schools in Europe : Considered in reference to their 

prevalence, utility, scope and desirahility in America. New-Haven, 
1856. 8». Pam. v. 233. 

GiLMAst, Samuel. A Sermon on the Introduction to the Gospel of 
St. John. [Charleston Unitarian Tract Society]. Charleston, S.C. 
1825. IS". Pam. v. 441. 

GiLPiNt, Henry D. Charaoter of Franklin : Address, Franklin In- 
stitute, Pec. 1856. Philadelphia, 1857. 8". Pam. t. 286. 

G-iNOUENfi, Pierre Louis. Histoire Litteraire d'ltalie. Seconde Mi- 
tion, revue ct eorrigfee. . -par M. Daunou. Paris, 1824. 9 v. 8°. 

GliRART>t, Cliarles. Reptiles and Fishes of Chile. See U.S. N. Astr. 
Expl. Expedition. 

GiRAai), J. B. A Defence of F. John Baptist Girard, Jesuit, 
Toi\lon, against the aoenaation of Mary Cathai' 
2d edition. London, 1732. 40 p. 8°. Par 

GiEAKD Bank. ' An Act to Incorporate. . .1832. . .and the act supple- 
mentary, 1836. Philadelphia, 1836. 8^ Pam. v. 464. 

GibardI College tok Okphans : Sd, 8th, 9th, 10th Ann. Repotta, 
1849, 55, 56, 57. Philadelphia, 1850, 56, 57, 58. 8°. Pam. v.458. 



GiKAEDTN ( J.l, et H. Leeoq. El^mena de Minoralogie appliqu^e aux 
sciences chimiques : Ouvrage hase sur la mSthode de Berzelius. . . . 
euivi d'un Precis 61Smentaii-e de Gfeognosie . . . Tomes i, ii. Paris, 
1826. 2 V. 8". 

GiRAKDiN, Saint Marc. Lectures on Dramatic Literature ; or the 
employment of the passions in the drama, .First series. Trans, from 
tho French by B. G. -Barnwell***. New-York, 1849. 245 p. 12". 

GiSBOKKE, Lionel. The Isthmus of Darien in 1852 : Journal of the 
■expedition of inquiry for the junction of the Atlantic and Pacific 
oceans. With four maps. London, 1853. 238 p. 12°. 

GiSBOBNE, Rev. Thomas. Considerations on the Basis and the Means 
of the permanent security of the established church of England, 
London, 1829. 85 p. 8". Pam. v. 325. 

Glade, P,Y. Du Progres Religieux. Paris, 1838. 3 v. S". 

GLADSTONEt, John. Facts Relating to Slavery in the West Indies and 
America. . ,2d edition. London, 1830. "30 p. S". Pam. v. 437. 

Gladstone, Rev. John B. Lectures in Defence of the Union of Church 
and State, byllev.'s J.E.Gladstone. .C.W. Lohr. .E. Wilson, .and 
H. S. M. Hubert. . .Norwich, Eng. 1847. 113 p. 8°. Pam. v. 828, 

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Gladstone, Hon. W. B. [ Speectes of : . .&c.], in 1 v. 8°. Contents : 

Speech, H. of Commons.. Abolition of tlie Negro Apprenticeship, Mar- 30, 
1838. London. 

Speech of the Chancellor of the Exchequer on the financial state and pro- 
spects of the country : II. of Commons, Ap. 18, 1853. London. 

Speech, Affairs of Greece and Foreign Policy. London, 1850. 

Two Letters to the B. of Aherdeen on the State prosecutions of the Nea- 
politan government. 13th edition. 1851. 

Our Colonies ; An Address, Mechanics' Institute, Chestei', Nov. 1855, 
London. 

[Glanvil, Joseph]. AOrOT ePHSKEIA : or, A Seasonable reeom- 
mendation and defence of reason in the affairs of religion ; against 
infidelity, accptioiam and fanaticisms of all sorts : Ro^n. sii, 1. Lon- 
don, 1670. 36 p. 4°. Pam. T.354. 

[ Glasebbook, James] . See Practice of Extemporary Preaching, 1794. 

Glasse { Samuel ),'D.D. Sermon : 1 Per. ii, 17. London, 1787. 8°. 

Pam. V. 373-— To the Poor a Sermon : Phil, iv, 11. London, 

1795. 8". Pam. y. 374. 

Gleaner { The) and Ueqister of rnE Times : Vol. i. Nor. 2, Feb. 
23, 1801. 8". Pam. v. 103. 

GLEAsoN'st PiOTOaiAL. See Ballou's Pictorial. 

Gleason's Weekly Line-of-Battle Ship : Vol. i. Nov. 1858 - Oct. 
1859. Boston, f . 

GiiEASON, Benj. Oration. . .before the Republican Citizens of. .Hing- 
ham...July 4,1807. ..2d edition. Boston, 1807. 8^. Pam. v. 532. 

GLEizfis, J. A. Selena, on la Famille Saman6enne***. Paris, 1838. 
196 p. 8". 

Thalysie, on la Nouvelle Existence. Paris, 1840, 42. 3 ¥. 8". 

Glen's Falls Academy, N.Y". : Catalogue, 1858. 8". Pam. v. 456. 

Glbngall, Ea-rl of. The Irish Tutor ; or New Lights : A Farce. 
New-York, 1847. 12". Pam. v. 621. 

Glover, Sev. F, R. A. Harbours of Refuge in the British Channel- 
London, 18i6. 68 p. 8°. Pam. V. 426. 

Gmelin, Prof. Leopold. Hand-book of Chemistry. . .London, Caven- 
dish Society, 1848-1853. 8 v. 8". Contents ; 
Vol. I, Cohesion, adhesion, afflnity, light, heat, and electricity. 
Vol. II. Non-metallio elements. 
Vol. m, it, t, vi. Metals. 
Vol. VII. Organic Chemistry ; Vol.1, Generalities of organic chemistry; 

Organic compounds containing two atoms of carbon. 
Vol. VIII. Organic Chemistry: Vol. 2, Organic compounds containing two 
and four atom§ of carbon. 

GoADBT, Henry. A Text-book of Vegetable and Animal Physiology : 

Designed for tbe use of schools. , .450 illustrations. N.Tork, 1858 

xxsix, 313p.8». 
GOADBY, Rev. John. Discourse, Education Society of the Saratoga 

Eapt.Ass'n, Eallston Spa, June 26, 1844. Sclienectady, 1844. 8° 

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GOBiNEAU, Comte A. de. Easai but I'ln^galito des Eaccs Humnines, 
Paris, 1853 -55. 4 v. 8". 

The Moral and Intellectual Diversity of Races, witb particular 

reference to their respective influence in the civil and political his- 
tory of mankind. With. . .notes by H. Hotz ; to which is added an 
appendix oontaining a summary of the latest scientific facta. . . .by 
J. C. Nott, M.D. of Mobile. Philadelphia, 185Q. 12". 

GoCHENius, Joh.L, Bondeltje van Bibelstof. ..Lee^redenen..G-ron- 
ingcn,1752. See Goltziua.D. 

GflDDARD ( Charles), D.D. Sermon, Anniversary of Sons of the Clergy, 
1819^ Ps. sxsvii, 25.— Appendix. Loud. 1820. i". Pam. v. 1010. 



The Ordination Service. . .explained and defended With an 

appendix. . .London, 184fi: 48 p. 8". Pam. v. 328. 

GoDDAUD, William A. A G-enealogy of the Descendants of Edward 

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GooDWiNt { H. 0.), of N.Y. Pioneer History ; or Cortland county and 
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GkatI, Francis C. Address, M&as. Charitable Fire Society. Boston, 

1817. 8". Pam. v, 514, 
Gray, F, T, Extract from a Sermon. . .following the interment of the 

late Amos Lawrence. Boston, 1§53. 16 p. 18°. Pam. v. 555. 

Gray, J. An Appeal to Protestants unsoriptural opinions and 

practices in the Church of Rome. York, Eng. 1837. 47 p- 8°. Pam. 
V. 347. 

1 Gunnery. London, 1731. xliii, 94 p. 8°. 

Gray, J. T. Immortality : Its real and alleged evidences ; . . .2d edi- 
tion with observations on future punishment. London, 1847. 

70 p. 8". Pam. v. 306. 

Gray (Robert), D.D. Sermon, Accession to the Throne : 1 Sam. xii, 
14, 15. Sunderland, 1809, 8^ Pam, v. 375. 

Discourse, Assassination of Bt. Hon. S, Perceval : Eph. v, 23, 

Sunderland, 1812, Pam, v, 382,— Two Sermons the second de- 
signed to have been preached Nov. 19, the day appointed for the 
funeral of H. R, H. the Princess Charlotte. London, 1817. 8°. Pam. 
y. 382. 

GKATt, Thomas. The Correspondence of ; . .Thomas Gray and William 
Mason, to which are added some letters addressed by Gray to the 
Rev. James Brown, D.D. . .With notes and illustrations by the Rev. 
John Mitford. . .London. . .1853, 8°. 

Poetical Works. See Johnson, S. 

Gray, W. Travels in Western Africa in the years 1818, 19, 20 and 
21, from the River Gambia, through Woolli, Bonder, Galam, Kas- 
son, Kaarta, and Foolidoo, to the River Niger, By Major W, Gray, 
and the late staff surgeon Doehard, ,***. London, 1825. 413 p. 8". 



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Gray, William. An Historieal Sketch of the Origin of English prose 

literature, and of its progress till the reign of James I. . . .Oxford, 

1835. 103 p. 8". 
[Gray (W.Earley), of Va.]. See Letter to William H. Seward, 1841. 
Great ( To the) and Learned among christians : the humble petition 

of a numher of poor, loyal, unlearned christians. Together with 

plain questions to Dr. Priestley. London, 1793. 76 p. 8°. Pam. 

¥. 316. 

Great ( The) Bastard, Protector of the little one. Done ont of French 
...Printedat CologBe, 1689. 28 p. 4". Pam..y.408. 

Great! Britain. [Paliamentary, State, Court, and other Re 
ports and papers published by authority ; arranged by subjects.] 

: AccoiTNTS. The Report of the Commissioners for taking, es 

amining and stating the public accounts of the kingdom. .Printed i 
the year 1711. 36 p. — Second report, &c. Londoa, 1712. 85 p. 8 
Pam. v. 409. 

: America. Correspondence relating to America, between ff. 

Canning and JD. Erskine, presented to Parliament in 1810. Lon- 
don, printed by A. Strahan. .1811. 100 p. 8°. 

Correspondence relative to the negotiation of the ques- 
tion of disputed right to the Oregon Territory, on the Northwest 
coast of America ; subsequent to the treaty of Washington of Aug, 
9,1842. Presented... 1846. London. 71 p. f. 

: Aemt- The Report of the General Officers appointed by H, 

M.'s warrant of the first of Nov. 1757, to inquire into the causes of 
the failure of the late expedition to the coasts of France. .London, 
1758. 116 p. 8". Pam. V. 391. 

— ^t : Army List— For the years 1828, 29, 33, 34, 36, 37, 38, 39, 
40, 41, 42, 44, 45, 46, 47, 50-51, London. 16 v. 8". 

ForFeb. 1849; April, 1851. Lond. 18". Pam. v. 610.— 

For Feb. 1850; Nov. 1859. London. 2 v. 18^^. 

Steel's List of the Royal Army, . . .July 1811. London. 

108 p. 18". ■IV"^^A List of the Royal Navy, August 1811. London. 
90 p. 18°. 

: Aylesbury Election. The Humble Representation and Address 

of the right honourable the lords spiritual and temporal in parlia- 
ment assembled, presented to Her Majesty, 14 March, 1704. And 
Her Majesties answer. ..London, 1704. 20p.f". Pam. v. 1103. 

: British Museum. Report of the Commissioners appointed to 

inquire into the Constitution and Government of the British Museum, 
with minutes of evidence. , . .London, 1850. 823 p. — With, Index 
to report and minutes of evidence, 1850. 172 p. in 1 v. f"- 

Other. Reports on the British Museum are in the Law Library. 

: Canada (Upper). On .... a Judicial Decision respecting the 

Clergy Reserves. Colonial office, 16 May, 1839. f". Pam. v. 1103. 

: Cemeteries. Report on a General Scheme for extramurai se- 
pulture. . .London, 1850. 172 p. 8". Fare. V. 478. 



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Gebat Britaim (continued) : 

— — ~ Metropolitan Interments. . .Copies of the Minutes of tlie 

Board of Healtt relating to the Metropolitan Interments Act since 
Aug. 1850, Copies of correspondence. . .relative to the purchase of 
coroeteriea. . .Mar. 24, 1852. xxv, 164 p. 8". Pam. v. 478. 

: Census. Census of Great Britain, 1851. Lond., Duhlin,1852, 

1854. Bawnd in 9 v.fol. ^ 2 t. S''. Vol. 11, on Bdigion, wanting. 



TOL, I. Part 1, Div. 1 ~ 6. Population Tables : Numbers of the inl^bi- 

tants, England and Wales. 
Vol. II. Part i, Div. 7 - 11. The same continued, with Scotland. 
Vol. III. Part ii. Vol. 1, Population Tables continued : Ages, ciyil con- 
dition, occupations and birthplace ; the blind, deaf and dumb, 

inmates of prisons, lunatic, sick. 
Vol. IV. Part ii. Vol. 2. The same continued. 
Vol. V. The same r Report and Summary Tables. 
Vol, VI- Census of Irolind ■ Part i. Area, population, and houses by 

townlands ind electoral divisions. 
Vol. VII. The same continued 
Vol, VIII. The same continued Part ii. Returns of agricultural produce 

in 1851. 
Vol. IX. Ireland, uontinucd Report on the Status of Disease (deaf and 

dumb, blind, bmatic, lame and decrepit, sick). 
Vol. X. Education, England and Wales; Religious worship and edaea- 

tion for Scotlind 

: Church op Enoland Li^t of the Lords who voted for or 

against the repeal of the seTeral acts made for the security of the 
Church of England, 171S. P. Pam. v, 1103. 

■ ; CoMMEKOE. An Account of the amount of bounties and draw- 
backs paid on the exportation of corn. . .from Scotland to Ireland, 
for 12 years. Aug. 1806. 3 p. f . Pam. v. 1103. 

Engeland's Wcreldhandol. — Verslag dev Commissie van 

Onderzoek uit het Engelsche Parlement, omtrent de working der 
seheepvaart-wetten, op haudel, scheepvaart en fabriekwezen. Uit 
het Engelsoh vertaald, onder toezigt van den heer L, Van Vliet. Gra- 
venhage, 1849-52. 5 T.8"., 

: Conformity. An Account of the Proceedings of, . . .Parlia- 
ment assembled in relation to the bill. . . .for preventing occasional 
conformitj. London, 1701. 48 p. 8°. Pam. v. 318. 

: Counties. Reports from Commissioners on proposed division 

of counties and boundaries of boroughs. Part i - viii. LondoB . . . 
1832. With nu-merous maps in each volume. 8 v, f". 

Reports on the proposed divisions of the counties men- 
tioned in schedule ( E.) of the Reform Bill ( Eaglaud ). Illustrated 
by plans. Connected with Boundary Reports. London, 1832, f". 

: Bast-India. Houseof Lords — An Authentic Account of the 

debates, Dec. 9, 15, 17, 1783, on the bill "For establishing certain 
regulations. ..in tlie East-Indies." London, Debrett, 1783. 152 p. 



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346 GENERAL LIBRARY. 

Great Bkitain (continued) : 

Ninth Report from the Select Committee appointed to 

take into oonsideration the state of the administration of justice in 
Bengal, Bahar and Orissa. Lond., Bebrett, 1785. 131 p.— Eleventh 
report, &c. &c. Both hy Edm. Burke. 108 p. 8°. Pam. v. 433. 

: BntrcATiON, .. Correspondence , .between the Committee of the 

Council of Education and the York and Ripon Diocesan Society for 
the education of the poor. Ang. 1846. 33 p. f. Pam. t. 1103. 

The School in ita Relation to the state, the church and 

the congregation : Being an explanation of the minutes of the 
mittee of Council on Education in A\ig. and Dec. 1846. London, 1847. 

■ 131 p. 8^ Pam. y. 388. 

Extracts from the Reports of H. M.'e inspectoi 

intended chiefly for the use of the managers and teachers of such 
elemeatary schools as are not receiving gorernment aid. London, 
1852. S 15 p. 12". 

! Blqin Maebles. Report from the Select Committee on the 

Earl of Elgin's collection of sculptured marbles, &c. London, 1816. 
77 p. f . 

: Fine Arts. Department of Practical Art. Catalogue of the 

objects of ornamental art in the Museum. London, 1853, 
Pam. v. 518. 

— ■— Second Report of the Commissioners on the Fine Arts. 

with appendix, -EiJZfieKce. London, 1843. 72 p. P. 

: Geological Survey. Annual Report of the Director- General, 

Sir R. I. Murchison, oi the Geo. Snrrev, the Museum of practical 
geology, and the School of science applied to mining and the arts. 
London, 1856. 20 p. 8". and maps. Pam. v. 272. 

Sam.e title, for 1859. London. 24 p. 8°. & 4 maps. Pam, 

V.551. 

: Geoeoe III. Report from the Committee appointed to 

the physicians who have attended His Majesty during Hs illness 
London, 1789. 132 p. 8-. Pam. v. 391. 

: Hudson's Bay Co. Report from the Select Committee on 

Hudson's Bay Company. . .together with the. . .evidence. 31 July, 
11 Aug. 1857. 547 p. P. 

: Hungary. Correspondence relative to the Affairs of Hungary, 

1847 — 49. London, 1850. — Correspondence respecting refugees from 
Hungary within the Turkish dominions. London. .1851. In 1 "" 

: Ifl'SANE. Returns from each Lunatic District Asylum in 

land. 18 July 1845. 34 p. f. Pam. v. 1103. 

Lunatic Asylums' (Scotland) Bill, as amended. . .1 

38 p. V-. Pam. v. 1103. 

■ Return to an Order of the Hon. The House of C< 

dated 2d June 1856, for " Copy of the Tenth Report of thi 
mlssioners in lunacy to the Lord Chancellor" (Mr. Vernon Smith), 
June 5, 1856. 40 p. 8°. Pam. v. 243. 

: International Exchange. Report from the Select Com- 
mittee on Parliamentary papers. 1853. 6 p. f°. Pam. v. 1105. 



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G-EBAT Beitain (coatiimed ) : 
; LoD&iNG Houses. Eeturn, H. of Lords, 1853. . . .eshiUting 

the common lodging houses aet.^ The same : H. of Commons, 1853. 

30 p. 8°. Pam. y. 472. 

: Mint. An Aocoant of the Experiments, .to ascertain the loss 

in point of weight and in fineness on the shillings, etc. March 22, 
1817. 1 p.r. Pam. V. 1103. 

: Museums. See South Kensington Mnseum. 

: Navigation. Memoir on the Nayigation of South- America, 

to accompany a chart of that station. Part 1, 2. London, Hydrog. 
Of&ce of the Admiralty, 1825. 50, 117 p. 8". 

: Navy. By Authority. The Navy List, corrected from Jan. to 

Maret 1854. London, Murray, 1854. 2 v. 12".— For 1811. See 
G-.B., Army List. 

: Newspapbrs. Report from the Select Committee on Newspa- 
per Stamps ; together with the proceedings of the committee, mi- 
nutes of evidence, appendix and index. July 18, 1851, xliiij 659 p. 8". 

— — : New-Yoek Industrial Exhihition. (1), General Report of the 
British Commissioners. Presented to Parliament. . .1854. London, 
Harrison, 1854. 12 p. — (2), Special Report of Sir Charles LyeU, 
103 p.^ (3), Special Report of Mr. George Wallis. 169 p.— (4). 
'Special Report of Mr. Joseph Whitworth. 74 p. — (5). Special Re- 
port of Professor Wilson. 248 p. in 1 v. 8°. 

; OrnciAL ReQistee. The Established State of the Public 

Of&ces. .Lists of the. .Privy council. [H. M.'s household. .Army. . 
Oov.'t of London, &c. &e.] London, 1728. 109 p. 8^ Pam. v. 417. 

The New State of the Court of Gre&i Britain ; containing 

correct and compleat lists of all the officers, .and lists of the army 
and navy. ..London,1742. 248 p. 18". 

: Obders in Council (1807 & 9). 1812, Minutes of Evidence 

taken before the Committee of the whole house, to whom it was re- 
ferred, to consider of the several petitions wtieli have been pre- 
sented to the house relating to the Orders in Council. April - 

June 1812. 683 p. f . 

: Patents. [Publications by the Commissioners o^' Patents, 

from the Great Seal Patent Office]. London, 1858 - £j. 

— [ Specifications by the Patentees of the patents granted 

them]. Contents : 

Specifleations from March 2, 1617, to Sept. 1852 inclusive : Kos.l to 14, 
359 in single numbers. 8°. 

Drawings for tlie sameiUnbound, in f ". 
Speciacations from Oct. 1 to Dee. 31, 1852 : Nos. 1 to 1211. Loaaon, 1853. 
20 V. roy. 8". 

Drawings for the same. London, 1853. 20 v. fP. 
Specifications for 18S3 : Sos. 1 - 3045. 43 v, toy. 8°. 

Drawings for the same. London, 1S54. 43 v. P. 
Specifications for 1854 ; Nos. 1 - 2764. 37 v. roy. 8° . 

Drawings for the same. London, 1855. 37 v. P. 
Specifications for 1855 : Nos. 1 - 2958. 37 v. roy. 8°. 

Drawiz^forthesame, London, 1856. 37 v. P". 
Specifications for 1856 : Nos. 1 - 3106. 37 v. roy. 8°. 

Drawings for the same. London, 1857. 37 v. P. 



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Great Britain (continued) ; 

SpecifloationB for 1857 : N03. 1 - 3200. 36 v. roy, 8°. 

Drawings for the same. London, 1858, 36 t. f°. 

Specifications for 1858 : Nos. 1 - 3007. 38 t. roy. 8°. 

Drawings for the same. London, 1859. 38 v. P. 

: Noa. 1-2015. 24 t. roy. 8=. 
ae. London, 1859-60. 24 v. f=>. 

— Titles of Patents of InTontion clironologically arraoged 

from March 2, 1617 to Oct, 1, 1852 By BcBnet Woodcroft, Su- 
perintendent of Specific at ions, &c. London, 1854. 1554 p. in 2 v. 
roy. 8". 

— Chronological In^esfor each year from Oct. 1852 to 1858. 

London, 1855-59. 6 y.roy. 8°. 

— Alphabetical Index of Patentees of Inventions from Mar. 

2, 1617 to Oct. 1852. London, 1854. 64Y p. roy. 8°. 

— The same, for 1852-3, '54, '55, '56, '57, '58. 6 t. roy. 8-. 

— — — Snliject- matter Index (made from titles only) of Patents 
of Invention from March 2, 1617 . .to Oct. 1, 1852. Part I, A. to M ; 
Part II, N. to W. London, 1857. 970 p. in 2 v. roy. 8". 

— TAe same, for Oct. 1852 to Doc. 1852, 53,54,65, 57,58. 

London, 1853 - 59. 6 v. roy. 8".— Vol. for 1856 wanting. 

— Reference Index of Patents of Invention, from March 2, 

1617 (14 James I) to Oct. 1, 1852 (16 Victoria). With Index to 
Patent Cases. London, 1855. 681 p. roy. 8". 

— Appendix to Reference Index of Patents of Invention, 

containing abstracts from such of the early patents and signet hills 
as describe the nature of the invention, and which patents have no 
enrolled specifications. London, 1855. 91 p. roy, 8°. 

■ — Appendix to the Specifications of English Patents for 

reaping machines. London, 1853. 168 p., 22 plates, roy. 8°. 

— Abridgments of the Specifications relating to separate 

departments of invention. London, 1857 - 59. Collected as far as 
received in 9 v. 12". Contents : 

Steam Culture; Manure; Preservation of food; Drain tiles, and pipes. In 

1 (excluding sails) : Parts 

Manufacture of paper, pasteboard, and papier m&chS; Sewing and embroi- 
dering. In 1 V. 

Fire-arms and other weapons, ammunition and accoutrements; Watches, 
cloclts, and other timekeepers. In 1 v. . 

Manuiacture of iron and steel : Part i, 11, ill. In 1 v. 

Bleaching, dyeing and printing calico and other ikhrics, and yarns; inclu- 
dng the manufacture of rollers, engraving, the preparation of drugs, 
and other processes, 1617 — 1857. London, 1859. 

Electricity and Magnetism, their generation and applications, 1766-1857- 
London, 1859. 

■e and water proofing, 

Printing, including therein the production of copies on all kinds of mate- 
rials (excepting felted and textile labrics) by means of types, stereo- 
type blocks, plates, stone, dies, stencil plates, paper-writings, electro- 
chemicals, and light, 1617 - 1857. London, 1859. 



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Great Britain (continued) : 

Tlie Commissioners of Patents' Journal, 1854 - 59, Lon- 
don, 1864-60. ev.roy.S". 

Catalogue of the Library of the Great Seal Patent-office : 

"FoZ. I, titles ; Vol. ii, iuiex. LondoE, 1857, 58. 244, 417 p. 2 v. 
roj. 8°. 

^ [A Collection]. In 1 ¥.8". 

Patent Law Amendment Act, 1852. 

Abstract of Eeplies to the Secretary of Slate's Circular Despatch of July 
11, 1856, calling for information as to the form of the application to 
be made by persons desirous of obtaining patent rights in the colonies, 
etc. London, 185T- 60 p. 

Copy of B. Letter addressed by W. J. Curtis, esquire, to the Governors, &c. 
of the several British colonies requesting information as to the mode 
of ohtaining patents for inventions in the colonies; and copies of the 
;. London, 1857. 



: Police. A Bill towards the support of the metropolitan 

police, 1848. P. — A Bill for a borough police sustentation fund, 
1848. f^. Pam. y. 1103. 

; Poor-laws. Instrnotions from the Central Board of Poor- 
law commissioners to assistant commissioners. London. 62 p. 8". 
Pam. V. 429. 

■ : Prisons. 15th Report of the Inspectors iv, Scotland. 

London, 1850. 84 p. 8°. — 16th Report of the Inspectors ii. 

Northern and Eastern District. Lond.1851, 184 p. 8". Pam. v. 538. 

: A Remonstrance of the state of^ the kingdom. Die Mercurii, 

15Decemb. 1641..H. Elsinge, Cler. Parl.D. Com. London, printed 
for Joseph Hunscutt, 1641. 5^ p. sm. 4". 

: Rolls' Publications. The Chronicles and Memorials of 

Great Britain and Ireland during the middle ages. Published by 
the authority of Her Majesty's treasury, under the direction of the 
Master of the EoUa. London, 1857 - 59. 9 v. roy. 8".— See Cap- 
grave ; Edward ; Elmham ; Monumenta Franciaeana ; Netter, Fas- 
ciculi Zizaniorum ; Chronicoa Monasterii de Abingdon ; Stewart's 
Chronicles of Scotland. 

: Scheldt. A Collection of Papers relating to the expedition 

to the Scheldt... 1810. London, 1811. 792 5.8". 

: SmithfIeld Market removal bill : Select Committee on :. , . , 

London, 1851. 112 p. 8°. Pam. v. 404. 

; Spain. Papers relative to the rupture with Spain, laid before 

tie House. .29 Jan. 1762. . .London, 1762. 71 p. 4". Pam. v, 1011. 

Papers relative to the rupture with Spain. In French 

and English. Published by authority. Lond. Owen, 1762. 279 p. 8". 
Pam. ¥.422. 

Papers relative to the services rendered by the British 

Auxiliary Legion to Spain, or to the Spanish Army, 1836-7. Lon- 
don, 1838. 8 p.p. Pam. v. 1105. 

— ~ : Statistics, Registrar General's Annual Reports (10th, 11th, 
12th, 13th) of births, marriages and deaths in England. London. 
1849-52. f. Pam. v. 1105. 



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Great Britaim (continued) : 

: Steam, Plan for conducting voluntary examinations in steam ; 

with instructions for carrying the same into effeefc ; Committee of 
Privy Council for Trade. London, 1852. 7 p. 8». Pam. v. 205. 

— ^ — : Tea. Reduction of the Duty on Tea, as recommended by a, 
committee of the H. of Commons, 1847. 32 p. 8". Pam. v. 425. 

: Treaties. The Definitive Treaty of. . .Peace. , .concluded at 

Aix-La-Chapelle on the 7-18tli of Oct. 1748, between the Crowns 
of Great Britain and Prance, and the States-General. .Boston, Mass. 
1749. 22 p. 18^. 

Preliminary Articles of Peace between His Britannict 

Majesty, the moat Christian King, and the Catholick King. Signed 
at Pontainehleau, the 3d day of November 1762. London, 1762. 8". 
Pam. V. 263. 

See Great Britain : Turkey. 

: Trials, The Narrative and Reasons of the H. House of Com- 
mons concerning the tryal of the Lords in the Tower, delivered at 
a conference with the Lords, May 26th, 1679, London, printed in 
the year 1679. 13 p. 8^ Pam. v. 407. 

: Turkey. Eastern Papers. London, 1854. Inlv.f. Con- 
tents : 



ment,...1854. London. 400, 378 p. 
Part III. 8 p. — Part iv. 8 p. — Part v Communications respecting Tur- 
key, made to Her Majesty's Government by the Emperor of Russia; 

with the answers returned to them, January to April 1853. Presented 

...1854. 28 p. 
Part VI. .. .Memorandum by Count Nessclrode, June 1844. Presented... 

1854. 6 p. 
Part vii. . . .Protocol signed at Vienna, April 9, 1854. . .4 p. 
Part IX. ...Protocol. .Vienna, May 23,1854, 8 p. 
Part X. . . .Additional Article to the Treaty between Austria and Prussia, 

April 20, 1854. 6 p. 
Treaties { Political and Territorial) between Eussia and Turkey, 1774 - 

1849. Presented 1854. 79 p, 
Conventions between Her Majesty and the Emperor of the French, April 

and May 1854. &o. &c. 

; Waste Lands. 1st Report of Select Committee of House of 

Commons. .Improvement of the waste, uninclosed and unproductive 
lands of the kingdom. Doc. 23, 1795. London, 1796. Pam. v. 412. 

Great Britain's right to tas the Colonies : Placed in the clearest 

light, by a Swiss***. London, 1774. 55 p. 8". 
Great Western Almanao, 1842. Philadelphia. 12°. Pam. v. 43. 
Great Western Railroad : Canada- West. Report upon the merits 

of . . . .By a Committee of its American friends. Boston, 1851. 8°. 

Pam. V. 146, 283. 
Great Western Railway of Canada- West. Report on ... . to the 

president and directors. By Charles B.Stuart, chief engineer. Sept. 

1847: S-. Pam. v. 146. 



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Great Western Eailway of Canada. Kcport, half year ending Jan. 
31, 1856. Hamilton, C.W.— Ucpovt, half year ending July 81, 1857. 
London, 1857. 8". Pam. v. 546. 

Great Western Railroad Company. Acts incorporating. . ..Act 
empowering municipal corporations to subaoribe for stock. . .Hamil- 
ton, C.W.1850. 8". Pam. T.146. 

Great Western Eaileoad Company of Illinois. Minutes of the 
meetings of oreditors and bondholders, held Sept. 1st, 5th, and 19th, 
" 1857 ;. . .New-Torlc, 1857. 8°. Pam. v. 283. 

GKtCE, Charles F. Facta and Observations respecting Canada, and the 
United States of America ; affording a comparative view of the in- 
ducements to emigration presented in those countries London. . . 

1819. 8". 

Greek ( The) Church identified by means of the English ; and the 
Church of Scotland acquitted of the pseudo -prophetical character, 
&e....ByB.if.S. London, 1842. 19 p. 8". Pam. v. 33L 

Greek Kelibe Committee, Boston, Dec. 19, 1823 : Address to their 

fellow -citizens. Signed, T. L. Winthrop, Chairman; E. Everett, Sec. 

18 p. 8^ Pam. v. 504. 
GaEELETt, Horace. The Tariff as it is, compared with the substitute 

proposed, .by Gen. McKay. .16 p. 8". — Protection and Free Trade. 

The question stated and considered. 16 p. 8". Pam. v. 290. 

Lecture on Alcoholic Liquors. See Lund, 0. 

Editor. See Log-cabin, 1840. Newspaper. 

A History of the Struggle for Slavery Extension or Kestriction 

in the United States, from the Declaration of Independence to the 
present day. . .New- York, Dis, Edwards & Co. 1856. 8". 

Greeley, Robert F. The Crimes of Paris. .New-York, 1849. 78 p. 8". 



Green+ (Ashbel), D.D. Sermon, Second Presbyterian Church in the 
City of Philadelphia, on the 19th Feb. 1795, being tho day of gene- 
ral thanksgiving throughout the United States. Philadelphia, 1795. 
Pam. v. 80. 

GrebnI", Duff and Eenj. C. Memorial to the Congress praying re- 
peal or modification of the Act 30th Jan. 1799, and of the "Alien 
and Sedition" laws. {1852i). 14 p. 8^ Pam. v. 527. 

GuBENt (Jacob), M.D. Electro -Magnetism : Being an arrangement 
of the principal facts hitherto discovered in that science. With 
plates of the apparatus. . .***. Philadelphia, 1827. 18". 

Sermon, Consecration of Dr. Kcene, March 
Cambridge. Pam. v. 362. 

— Sermon, H. of Commons, 16 Feb. 1759, Fast Day : Eccl. vil, 3. 
London, 1759. i". Pam. v. 1007. 

— Sermon, Yearly Meeting of Charity Schools, 1773. London. 

See Soc. Pro. Chr. Knowledge. 



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352 GENERAL LIBEAST. 

Geeen C J. S.), of Miss. Speech, U.S. 

atitution, March 23, 1858. 32 p. 8°. 
Gkeen, Matthew. The Spleen : An Epistle to Mr. Jackson ***. 

Boston, 1S04. 31 p. 12". Kepr. Para. t. 620. 
GrBEEN, Nelson W. See Smith, Mrs. : Fifteen years among the Mor- 

Green, Samnel. Arithmetic. See Daboli, N. 



GJREENt, Gen. Thomas J. Eeply. .to the Speech of Gen. Sam Houston 
in the Senate, Aug. 1, 1854. Washington. 67 p. 8". Pam. v. 627. 

Green, William H. Discourses at the Inaugnratton of r. .as professor 
. . .at Princeton. , .ByEer. S. B. Jones, . .and W. H.Green, Phila- 
delphia, 1857. 51 p. 8^ Pam. v. 294. 

Greek { William P.), R.N. I'ragraents from Remarks of twenty-five 
years in every quarter of the glohe on electricity, magnetism, jero- 
litha. . .&c. 2 plates. London, 1833. v, vi, 24 p. 8°. Pam. v. 402. 

Green Bat and Lake Supbrioe Bailroad Company. Articles of 
Association. Cleveland, 1851. 8^ Pam. v. 233. 

Green Mount Cemetery : 2d General Report. Baltimore, 1848. 
59 p. 8°. Pam. v. 478. 

Green Mountain Likeral Institute, South- Woodstock, Vt. Cata- 
logue, 1856. 8". Pam. v. 458. 

Geebne, I. G. I. Gleanings from the Blue Book, in favour o£ a hettcr 
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Greene, Samuel S. First Lessons in Grammar. .Philadelphia (1848). 

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GfREENE], W[illiam] B. The Doctrine of Life Boston, 1843. 

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The Doctrine of the Trinity. . .examined in the light of history 

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The Incarnation : A Letter to Rev. John Fiske, D.D, West- 

Brookfield, Mass. 1848. 52 p. 8". Pam. v. 295. 

Greene County Agricultural Society, Proceedings : Address of 

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— TheRescueof Mr. J.Vinall,1846.— Spirit and Water baptisms, 1846. 

— Lamentations over Anabaptists, 1848. &c, 

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GaSENLEAFt, Jonathan. A Genealogy of the Gveenleaf family. By 
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[GKEENLEAF+, Siraon], See Eight of the Eastern Diocese, 1837. 

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A History of King's Ohapel, in Boston ; the first Episcopal 

Chureh in New-England ; comprising notices of the introduction of 
of Episcopacy into the Northern colonies. Boston, 1833. 18°. 

'.Leicester, Mass, Wor- 

GaEENWOOD, Isaac. A Philosophical Discourse concerning the muta- 
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GREENwoODt, James. An Essay towards a Practical English Gram- 
mar, describing the genius and nature of the English tongue. .***. 
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Greg, Robert n. A Letter... on the pressure of the com laws and 
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Greg, W. R. Prize Essay. See National Anti-corn Law League. 

GRfiGOiREt, Henri, Bp, A Defence of Bartholomew Las-Casas. . .To 
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Gkeqory XVI, Pope. Bull for the Abolition of the Slave Trade, and 
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Gregory, Rev. Henry. Sermon, 3d Ana. Convention of the Diocese of 
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Gregory (Samuel), A.M. Gregory's History of Mexico. Boston, F. 
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Letter to Ladies, in favor of female physicians for their own sos. 

Boston, 1854. 48 p. 8^ Pam. v. 196. 

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3,1769. 4th edition. London, J./m<i?i, 1769. 54 p. 8°. Pol.Tr.y. 5. 

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Conduct of the iate administration, 1767 ; Letter to His Graoe the 
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Another letter to Mr. Almon, 1771 ; Enquiry into the conduct of 
Pitt, 1766. 

GaENvitLE, William Wyndham, Lord. Letter from, to the Earl of 
Fingal, on Catholic Emancipation. London, 1810. 16 p. — With, a 
new edition corrected. London, 1812. 16 p. Pam. v. 344. 

On the French Republic, 1792. See Le Brun. 

Speech, H. of Lords, June 27, 1814, on the Revival of the Slave 

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Speech, H. of Lords, Nov. 13, 1801, of the ConveEtion with Rus- 
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GRESWELLt, William Parr. Annals of Parisian Typography, con- 
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Greuve, G.C.De. Volkslees of Onderwyzers Handhoek. TJitg. .Maats. 
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(jREYTOWN. A Memorial to the Congress of the United States, on he- 
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GRiEVANCEa ( The) op the American Colonies candidly examined 
***. Printed by authority, at Providence in Bhode-Island. London, 
Almon, 1766. 47 p. 8". 

GRiFriN, Augustus. Griffin's Journal. — First Settlers of Sotithold. . . 
First Proprietors of Orient.. &c.&e. Orient, L.L 1857. 312 p. 12°. 

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sermon, General Assem. Presb- Church, Philadelphia, May 23, 1805. 
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Oration, , , .the Day of the Author's induction into the office of 

Bartlet Prof. . .Divinity College, Andover. Boston. S". Pam. v. 100. 

A Letter to the Rev. Ansel D. Eddy. . .on the narratives of the 

revivals of religion in the Presbytery of Geneva. Williamstown, 
Mass. 18S2. 12 p. S". Pam. v. 495. 

A Letter to a l^'riend, on the connection between the new doc- 
trines and the new measures. Albany, 1833. 8 p. 8". Pam. v. ,495. 

Griffin, John. Decline of Religion, a sermon : R<tv. iii, 2. 2d edi- 
tion. London, 1812. 78 p. 8". Pam. v. 375. 

Gribfito, a. F., Editor. See Longman's Bibliotheca Anglo-Poetica. 

Griffith (Thomas), D.D. Reason in Religion, a sermon : Phil.ii, 
13. Oxford, 1756. — Due Discharge of the ministerial office, a ser- 
mon : Matt, s., 16. Oxford, 1757- — Missapply'd Cuiioaity, a ser- 
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Vol. I. Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bootan, Affghanistan and 

the neighboring countries. By the late William GrifBth, esq., F.L.S. . . 

1847. 8°. 
Vol. II. Itineraiy Notes of Plants collected in the Khasyah and Bootan 

mountains, I837'-38; in Affghanistan and neighbouring countries, 1839 

to 1841... 1848. 1 V.8''. 
Notulte ad Plantas Asiaticas ; Part 1. Development of Organs in Phanfe- 

rogamous Plants : Part 3. On the higher Oryptogamous Plants ; Part 

3. Monoootyledonous Plants : Part 4, Dicotyledonous Plants . . . 184T, 

49, 51, 54. 4 Y. 8". 
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ncerogamons Plants : Part 2. Of the higher Oryptogamous Plants : 

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delivered before the Virginia Alpha of tho Phi Beta Kappa Soeiety, 
William and Mary College, WiUiamsbTii-g . . . July 3, 1855... Rich- 
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construction des prisons d ep arte me nt ales. Paris, 1854. 15 plates. 
gr.r. 

Gbimes, J. Stanley. Outlines of Grimes' New System of Phi-enology. 
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GaiMES, W. C. Spark Arresters : Letters patent. Washington, 1855. 
Pam. V. 298. 

G-RiMESTONt, Ed,, Editor and Translator. See Mayerne, L. De, Gene- 
ral history of Spain, 1612. 

GElMKfit, Angelina E. An Appeal to the Christian women of the 
South, on Slaveri/. New- York, Am. Anti -slavery Society. 36 p. 8". 
Pam. y. 560. 

GitiMK*:t, Thomas S- Address, Charleston, S.C. . .respecting Sunday- 
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Y.28&. 

Grimm t, Jacob. Deutsche Gram^niatik. ■ , .Erster theil; Zweiter aus- 
gabe, 1822; Zweiter thell, 1826 ; Dritter thei!, 1831 ; Vierter theil, 
1837. Giittingen. 4 v. 8". 

: nnd Wilhelm, Dentschos Worterbach. Zweiter band. Bier- 

morder — Dwatsch. Leipzig, 1860- roy. 8°. 

GEIM8HAWB+, Eev.T.S. The Wrongs of the Clergy of the Diocese of 
Peterborough. . .London, 1822. 44 p. 8°. Pam. v. 325. 

Gbiscom ( John H.), M.D. The Sanitary Condition of the laboring 
population of New-Yorlt ; with suggestions for its improvement ; A 
Discourse... 30th Dec. 1844,. .American Institute. .N.York, 1845. 
58 p. 8". 

Anniversary Discourse,. ,.N.T, Acad, of Medicine. New-York, 

1855. 8°. Pam v. 100. 

Report upon Sewerage, Water supply and ofEal, 1859. See Na- 
tional Quarantine Convention. 

; Memoir of John Griscom, LTj.D.,with an account of the N.Y. 

High School ; Society for the Prevention of Pauperism ; the House 
of Refuge ; and other institutions. Now- York, 1^59. 427 p. 8". 

GeiSSON, Dr. Wilhelm. Beitrage zar Oharakteristik der Vereinigten 
Staaten von Nord-Amerika, Hamburg. .1844. 8°, 

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GRlswoLDt, Rufus W, The Poets and Poetry of America. Philadel- 
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Statement of the Relations of H. W. Griswdld with. Charlotte 

Myers (called Charlotte Griswold) .. .Philadelphia, 1856. 32 p. 8". 
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{ ]. The Cyclopaedia of American Literature. By E. A. Duyckinck 

and G. S. Duyckinck. A Review, by ; . . .New-York, 1856. 32 p. 8". 
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GeoBH, Corn. Een Kcrkgangor .... vier prediliation . . . , Kottcrdam, 

1727. 18". 
Geoot ( Christiamis Pe), Stiffry. Bxereitatio quinta ad Car. Fr. Hon- 

bigant prolegomena in sGripturam saeram caput terlimu. . .Traj. ad 

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Theologicorum . . . Corapendiuin encyclopEedise theologi cUristiani . . . 

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Pam. V. 108. 
Grose, Fraacis. Rules for Drawing Caricatures, etc. See Hogartli, W. 
Geosvenor (Benj.), D.D. The Mourner, or tbe afflicted relieved 

(1783). 103 p. 18-. Pam. v. 615. 
Qrosvenor, Cyrus Pitt. Address before the Anti-sla¥ery Soeiety of 

Salem and the vicinity. Salem, 1834. Pam. v. 215. 

GrotbI, George- History of Greece : Vol. 12. With portrait, maps, 
and indes. [London. ,1856. 8". 

GROTiust, Hugo. Two Tracts : Whether the Sacrament of tlie Lord's 
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1649. — With, Van de Oudheydt der Batavische, nn HoUandsehe 
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ofte Bewys van het Becht dat de Ingheseteuea deser Vereeiiighde 
Nederlanden toekomt, over den Oost ende West Indische Koop- 
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duetio ad Praxin, 1641. In 1 v. 3m.4''. 

" De Veritate Beligionis Chriatiante cum notulis J. Clerici. 

Accesserunt ejusdem de eligenda inter ehristianos diasentientes sea- 
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Gevangenisse. 

Geoton, Mass. Catalogue of the Groton Public Library. . . .Groton, 
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Report of a Committee .... to com 

blishing a high school. Boston, 1856. I 

Congregational Church, See Rights of, etc. 

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1844. See Cours Complet. 
GkOnberger, G-- Von dor Manichfaltigen Brauchbarkeit mathemati- 

scKer kenntnisso. .1784. 73 p. See K(en, Baier. Ak. Roden, v. 3. 

Grundy, Jotn. Tte Strange 

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Gryphitis, Cliristianus. Apparatus, sive Dissertatio isagogica da 

eoriptoribua histoviam eeouU XVii illustrantibus. Lipsiie, 1710. 

599 p. and index. 18". 
Guanajuato. Constitncion Politica del estado libre^de Guanajuato. 

Sanoionada 14 Ab. 1826. Mexico, 1826. 82 p. 12°. W.C. 632. 

Guano, ita Origin, Properties and "Uses. 2d edition. New-York, 1845. 
92 p. 8". Pam. y. 205, 272. 

Guardian SociETr for the PreserTation of public morals. 14tb Re- 
port . . .For females : Asylum, Bethnal Green, London, 1840. Pani. 
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[GrTJSS&s, Abbe Aat.}. See Lettres de quelquea Juifs. 

GufiRlN-M^NEVlLLE.E. C. Eecherches sur lea Maladies desVegetaux, 
et particuli^rement sur la maladie de la yigne. Extrait dea numeroa 
de Juin et Juillet de I'Agriculteur pratieien.' Paris.. 1854. 14 p. — 
With Description du genre Hypoconcba, by the same. 11 p. — E.e- 
cherches sar lea vers-a-soie saavagea et domeatiques: 2"^ et 3"" ar- 
ticles. 16 and 16 p. — Observations theoriquea et pratiques anr 
I'induatrie de la sole, 1853. 15 p. — Observations pour aetvir a 
I'bistoire naturelle de I'Hyl^sine pioiperde, insecte deatructeur des 
pina, 1852. 16 p. — Note sur une larve obaerv^e cet biver, par M. 
Boitel, dans les tigea de seigle provenant de la Champagne. Suivie 
de quelqaes considerations sur les generations multiples de beauooup 
d'inseetea, , . .12 p. — Moyen de preserver les blea des attaqnes de 
I'Alueite. 11 p., etc. In 1 v. 8". 

Guernsey ( Couiiless of). Psekd. Death-bed Confessions of the late: 
to Lady Anne Hamilton . , , , 1st Am. edition. Philadelphia, 1822, 
104 p. 12°. Pam. T. 601. 

GuETTABD, M. Concerning making paper. 35 p. See Select Essays. 

Guide between Waabington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New-York and 
Boston. . .to Montreal. New-Tork, Disturnell, 1846. 79 p. 18°. 

Guide (A) to Heaven, from the Word, or Good Counsel how to close 
savingly with Christ. 4th edition. Hartford, Comk. 1815. 71 p. 24°. 
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Guide to the New Gold region of Western Kansas and Nebraska, with 
. . .map. New- York, 1859. 32 p. 18°. Pam. v. 610. 

Gui&NEst, Joseph De. Principes de Composition typographique, pour 
diriger un compositeur dans I'uaage des caracteres orientaus de 
I'impriraerie. Paris, 1790. 34 p. f°. 

GuiLANDiNUS, M. Melchioris Gvilandini Papyrus, hoc est commenta- 
rius in tria C. Plinii niaioria de Papyro capita, Aceeasit, Hieronymi 
Mercurialis Kepugnantia, qua pro Galeno streaue pugnatur. Item 
Melchioris Gvilandini assertio sententije in Galenum a se pronun- 
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Guild, Eculseia A. Tte Librarian's Manual ; a Treatise on BiHio- 

graphy, comprising a select and descriptive list of bibliographical 

works ; to wbict are added alietchea of public libraries. N.York, 

1858. 304 p. am. 4°. , 

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lution frangaise enl789, formant une histoire complete.. .Bordeaus, 
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GuiLLBMiN, J. J. Histoire Ancienne. Paris, 1852. 557 p- 12". 

GtriLMiN, A, Cours oomplet d'Arithmetique ^ I'usage des lyc^ea. 8' 
Edition. Paris, 1858. 244, 92 p. 8". 

Gours complet d'AlgSbre 616mentaire. . .5^ edition. Paris, 1857 

-1858. 206, 42 p. 8^ 

Cours de Geometriea^mentaire. 4^ Edition. Paris, 1857-8. 233, 

82,36 p. 8°. 

Cours El^mentaire de Trigonomotrie rectiligne. Paris, 1856. 

88 p. 8^ 

Lemons de Coamographte. 3= Edition, Paris, 1856. 308 p. 8". 

Cours de MathSmatiqaea appliqufics, lev6 de plans, arpentage . . 

Paris, 1858, 232 p, 8°. 

GuiNES, Comte De. Memorial of the French Ambassador at the 

Court of London againat, .his secretaries. ( London, ,1776?). 48 p. 8". 
Pam. Y. 522. 

GmzOTt, Fran^ola P. G- Monk and Washington : Historical Sketches. 
London, 1851. 18". 

History of the English Bevolation of 1640, from the accession 

of Charles I to his death. . .Trans. by William Hazlitt London, 

Bohn, 1856. 12". 

The History of Civilization from the fall of the Roman Empire 

to the French Revolution. .Trans, by W. Hazlitt, esq., .Vol. i-iii. 
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GuLTCK ( Luther H.), M.D. The Climate, Diseases, and Materia 

Medica of tho Hawaiian Islands. New-York, 1855. 46 p. 8". Pam. 

V. 272. 
GunnI (Alexander), D-D. Memoirs of the Rev. John H. LiTingston, 

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Dutch Ch. Board of Pub. 1856. 405 pp. 12". 

GuNKER, Rev. Tho. A Brief Account of. . .the conversion of T. Gun- 
ner. 2d edition. London, 1841. 68 p. 12^ Pam. v. 390. 

GuELET, R.,e;c. Catalogues of Books on American History, sold by 
auction, New-York, 1849. Cat. v. 31.— Catalogues, 1846-47, Cat. 
V. 16, 20, and B.C. ; 1848, Cat. v. 25. See also Gowan's Catalogues. 

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Substance of an Address on the right use and application of 

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Letter to a Olerioiil Friend oa the accordance of geological dis- 
covery with natural and revealed religion. Norwich, 1836. Si8 p. 18". 
Pam. V. 402. 

*— - Letter to Friends of the monthly meeting in Adrian, Mich. New- 
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G-UROWSKit, Count Adam^G-. De. America and Europe. New-York, 
1857. 411 p. 12°. 

Gtjstavus Vassa. The Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, 
the African. Written hy himself. ..***. 2 y. in 1. Boston, 1837. 
294 p. 18". 

Gdtoh, J. "W, G-. Literary and Scientific Register and Almanack for 
1845, 1847, 1848. London. 240, 251, 215 p. 18". 

GCTBNBEEO, John. — First Master Printer ; his aets, and moat remar- 
kable discourses, and his death. From the German, by C. W. Lon- 
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GuTHE, J. M. TJeher den Aatiios-Edelstein des Cajua Plinius Secun- 
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GuTTEEiDGE, Thomas. A Letter to H. Pepjs, Bp, of Worcester, visitor 
of King Edward's School, and president of the General Hospital, 
Birmingham, on corruptions and abuses, and clerical delinqnenoy in 
those institutions. . .Birmingham, 1846. 23 p. 8". Pam. v. 328. 

GwlN ( William M.), of Oal. Speech. U.S. Sen., Apr. 10, 1854, Rail- 
road from the Mississippi to the Pacific. Washington, 1854.. 16 p. 8°. 
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A Complete Dictionary of Poetical Quotations ; comprising. . . 

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Hale, Rev. William Ilale. Some Remarks on. . .a general registry of 
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Sermon, Sons of the Clergy ; 2 Tim. i, 16 - 18. And, Report. 

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The Duties of the Deacons and Priests in the Church of England 

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HALEst, John. A Discourse of the several dignities and corruptions 
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Several Tracts 1, Concerning the Sacrament of the Lord's 

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Hales, John G-- A Survey of Boston and its vicinity. . .with a short 
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Hal Est, Stephen. Sermon, College o£ Physicians : Joh x, 11, 12. Lon- 
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Hales (William), DD. Observations on Tithos, sbewing the incon- 
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A Synopsis of the Signs of the Times, past, present and future. 

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Halford, Sir Henry. Essays and Orations read and delivered at the 
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HALnEB, Nat. B. Publications. See Brothers, Biehard. 

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HallI, B. B. The New Purchase ; or Early Years in the far west : 
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HAtLt, Benjamin H. History of Eastern Vermont, from ita earliest 
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Hall, Mrs. S. C. Sketches of Irish Character The fifth edition. 

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Hall, Tho. H. Carmen Latinum. Cantab., 1819. 8". Pam. v. 386. 
Hall ( Willard), of Del. A Plea for the Sabbath, addressed to the 

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Hall (Willard P.), of Missouri. Admission of California : Speech, 

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Hall, William J. The Crucifision, a Sermon 

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Hall, William M. Speech, . . .Railroad to the Pi 

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Hall, W. W. Throat Ail, Bronchitis, Consumption to 

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Hamblsveld, TshranduB Van. Esercitatio Tei'tia ad Car. Fr, Houhi- 
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Eulogy on the Life and Character of Theodric Eomeyn Beck, 

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Hamilton, Rev. George. Tracts upon some L< 
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Hamilton, ZJe^i. Henry P, The Privy Council and the National So- 
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Hamilton (James), B.D. Memoir of Richard Williams, surgeon, 
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HAMiLTONt, John C. History of the Eepuhlio of the United States of 
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Hampden Countt Association of Congregational Ministers, Mass. 
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Hampden Sidnet College, Prince Edward county, Va. Catalogue, 

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Hampton ( Moses), of Pa. Speech, U.S. H. of R., on Rivers and Har- 
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Hanafoed, Jeremiah Ljford. History of Princeton, Woroeater Co. 
Mass., civil and eeolesiaatiaal, from its first settlement in 1739 to 
April 1852. Worcester.. 1852. 204 p. 8". 

Hancock:. Pseud. A Letter to Hon. Samuel A. Eliot, .in reply to his 
apology for voting for the fugitive slave Lill. Boston, 1851. 57 p. 8° 
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Hancock ( Jolin), M.D-- Plan for the Be conciliation of all interests 
in the emancipation of "West India slaves. London, 18S3. 16 p- 8°. 
■ Pam. V. 437. 



Hancock (Thomas), M..D. Address, Society for tlie promotion of per- 
manent and universal peace. London, 1828. 8°. Pam. v. 215. 

Hand-Book of American Litbrattjee, historical, biographical and 
critical. J. B. Lippincott & Co., Philadelphia ; W. & R. Chamhers, 
London and Edinburgh. 18". 

Handbook o^ Angling ; teaching fly-fishing, trolling, bottom -fishing, 

and s aim on -fishing . . . By Ephemera. . .3d edition, . .London, 1853. 

312 p. 18". 
HANDBOoit OF Geology ; being a concise and general view of the 

science... London, 1840. 59 p. 24°. 
Handley, Henry. A Letter to Earl Spencer. . .on the formation of a 

national agricultural institution. 2d edition. London, 1838. 36 p. 8". 

Pam. V. 430. 
Hannigan, Dennis. The Artisan of Lyons. . .New- York, 1846. 83 p. 

8^ Pam. v. 496. 
Hanover College, Hanover, Indiana. Catalogue, 1849. Madison. 8". 

Pam. V. 480. 
Hansard, Luke, Biographical Memoir of ; many years printer to the 

House of Commons. Not published. Printed by James and Luke G-. 

Hansard & Sons, 1829. 83 p. 4". 

HansakdI, T.O. Typograpbia : An Historical Sketch of the origin 
and progress of the art of printing ; with practical directions for 
conducting every department in an office, with a description of ste- 
reotype and lithography. Illustrated by engravings, biographical 
notices and portraits. London, 1825. 939 p. and index, roy. 8°. 

[Hanson, A. C.]. See Reflections, 1810. Cat. 1855. 

Habbadgh, iie«. H. The Fathers of the German Reformed Church in 
Europe and America. Lancaster, Pa. 1857. 2 v. 12". 

The Life of Rev. Michael Schlatter ; with a full account of his 

travels and labors among the Germans in Pennsylvania, New- Jersey, 
Maryland and Virginia ; inclncling his services as chaplain In the 
French and Indian war, and in the war of the Revolution, 1716 to 
1790. Philadelphia, 1857. 375 p. 12". 

Harbor and Rivek Convention, held at Chicago, July 5, 1847 : 
Proceedings. Chicago, HI. 1847. 79 p. 12°. Pam. v. 222, 475. 

Memorial to the Congress of the United States, of the Executive 

Committee... Albany, 1848. 46 p. 8". Pam. v. 475. 

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Hakd Cider and Log Cabin Almanao, for HaiTison and Tyler. 
New- York, 1841. 12°. Aim. v- 25. 

Hardee, "W. J. Rifie and Igfantry Tactics, See United States : War 
Department. 

Haeding & Lepahd. Catalogue of Books. , . .auction, London, 18S8. 
T8 p. 8". Cat. Y. 94. 

[HARDiNfiK, George]. The Essence of Malone, or the " Beauties" of 
that fascinatiog writer extracted from. . . " Some account of the life 
and writings of John Dryden ! !" * * *. 2cl edition. London, 1800. 
142 p. 8^ Pam. v. 394, 
. HAEDWicn, T. Frederick. A Manual of Photographic Chemistry, in- 
cluding the practice of the. Collodion Process. 2d edition, London 
..1855.18". 

Hardwicke, Philip Yorke, Lord. Two Speeches of a late Lord Chan- 
cellor. Printeii from an authentic copy. London, Almon, 1770. 
64 p, 8°. Pol. Tr. y. 2. 

Habby (D.), jr. Poems, , .with a hiograptieal sketch. N.York, 1858. 
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Hardy ( B. W, H.), Lieut. E. N. Travels in the Interior of Mexico, 
in 1825, 1826, 1827 and 1828, London, 1829. 640 p. 8". 

Hardy, R&b. Samuel. An Answer to Mr, Ohuhb's enquiry concerning 
redemption . . . the substance of nine sermons . . , Ipswich, Eng. 1744. 
xvi, 138 p, 8°. Pam. y. 341. 

Hardy, T. Priestcraft Exposed : a Voice from the tomb of. .Thomas 
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Hare ( Francis), D.D., Bp. Sermon : Ps. Ixxi, 17, 19 ; H. of Com- 
mons, Victories of Marlhorough, Eeh. 17, 1709. London, S". Pam. 
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of the scriptures in the way of private judgment . . . llth edition. 
With a letter by ReY. John Hales ..._, on Schism. London, 1769. 
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The same : . . 6th edition. Repr. Boston, 1749. 42 p. 18". Pam. 

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V.1006, 

■ Dean of "Worcester's Sermon, Oct. 12, 1722, examined and eom- 
pjired.. With an appendix. London, 1722. 22p.4°. Pam. v. 1004. 
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mie dcs Sciences, qui pretend que les ouragana sont causes par la 
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HAEfiROvE, William. History and Description of the Ancient Oity of 
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lished in Drake's Eboraoum. . .York. .1818. 2 v. 8-. 

Habiei, Abou Mohammed el Kasim. Les SSanees de Hariri, pufcliees 
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HaeIiEss, G. Brevier Notitia LitteratUrse GrsecEc, jniprimis 

scriptorum grtecorum, ordini temporis adconmiodata in usum stu- 
diosEe juventutis. Lip sits, 1812. 778 p. 12°. 

Harlet ( Robert), Earl of Oxford. Articles of Irapeaobtoent of high 
treason and misdemeanours against Eohert, Earl of Oxford and 

Earl Mortimer, July 9, 1715. With Ha Lordship's answer To 

which is added, A snort state of the War and the Peace. London, 
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Catalogus Bibliothecse Harleianae, in locos communes distri- 
butes cuia indiee auotorum. Londi^i, T- Osborne, 1743-45, 5^.8"*. 

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Harold, Hew. W. V. Sermon preached in the GathpKc Church of, St. 

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the lit. Bev- John Cheyerus, Bishop of Boston. Baltimore, 1810. 8°. 

Pam. V. 441. 

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Harpf.e's+ New Honthit Magazine : Vol, 12, June 1855 -Vol. 19, 

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HaepbrI, Eobcrt Gr- An Address, .to his constituents, .of the treaty 

...with Great Britain. Philadelphia, 1795. 35 p. 8^ 

Harpocration. Valerii Harp o oration is de Voeibus tiber, cum notis 
et observationibiis J. Gronovii- Ac. Diatrihe H. Stcpha;ni ad loooa 
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Harris, David. Real Facts stated. . . A Reply to. . . J. Upton. King- 
ston, Eng. 1832. 51 p. 12°. Pam. v. 314. 

Harris ( Blisha), M.D. Tobacco : The effects of its use as a luxury 
on the physical and moral nature of r&an. A prize essay. New- York, 
1853. 43 p. 12°. Pam. v. 222. 

Pestilential Diseases, and the laws Which govern their propaga- 
tion. A Letter. . .to the Quarantine Commissioners'. . Albany, 1858; 
23 p. 8°. Pam. v. 271, 501. 

Ventilation. SeeReid, D.B- 

HARRist, George. The True Theory of Representation in a State. . . 
the extension of the suffrage. London, 1852. 33' p. 8°. Pam. v. 416. 



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HAERisf ( John), F.R.S. A New Short Treatise of Algebra. . . 1 ^ 
ther witt a specimen of the nature and algorithm of fluxions. London, 
...1702. 18^ 

Harris ( J. H.), D.B. A Letter to Archdeacon Strahan, in reply to 
some passages in his "Letter to Dr. ChalmorB, on the life and cha- 
racter of Bishop Hoh art," respecting. .. the Bible Society. York, 
U. Canada, 1833. 23 p. 8». Pam. t. 467. 

Harris, Mosea.- TheAnrelian : A Natural History of English moths 
and butterflies, together with the figures of their transformations. . 
and additional observations upon the habits of the species figured, 
By John O.Westwood, E.L.S.. . .London, BoAn, 1840. f. 

Harris ( Rev. Samuel ), of Oonway, Mass. Zaocheus ; or the Scriptu- 
ral plan of benevolence. Amcr. Tr. Society, New-York. 87, 4 p. 18" 
Pam. T. 616. 

Questions on Christian Experience. . .Newburyport, 1827. 24 p, 

18°. Pam. ¥.623. 

HARRiet (Thaddeus Mason), D.D., of Dorchester, Mass. A Sei 
preached at the Ordination of the Bev. John Pierce, Erooklino, 
March 15, 1797. Boston, 1797. 8". Pam. v. 111. 

A Discourse. . . Eeligioua Society of Young Meu in Dorchester; 

on the tenuiuatjon of one hundred years from the time of its esta- 
blishment. Charlestown, Ma^. 1799. 8°. Pam, v. 111. 

Memorials of the First Church in Dorchester, from its settlement 

in New-England, to the end of the second century ; in two discourses, 
delivered July 4, 1830. Boston, 1830. 67 p- 8". 

Discourse, Society for Prop, the G-ospel among the Indians and 

others in N.America, 6th Nov. 1823. With the Seport. .Cambridge, 
1823. 8". Pam. v. 441.— T. D. Harris (Cat. 1855) should be T. M. 
Harris. 

Hab,bis {Rev. William), LL.D. A Practical View of Christian Bap- 
tism, addressed. . .to parents. . . .Cambridge, Eng. 1816. 36 p. 12°. 



The Nature of Church Fellowship illustrated. . .in two 

Phil, i, 3-5. London, 1823. 68 p. 18". Pam. v. 623. 

A Persuasive to Communion with a Christian church. . . .3d ed. 

London, 1823. 61 p. 18-. Pam. v. 623. 

Harris ( William), D.D. Memoir of the late ; New-York. 7 p. 8". 
Pam. T. 471. 

Harris, William Tell. Remarks made during a Tour through the U. 
States of America, in the years 1817, 1818 and 1819, ..Liverpool, . 
74 p. 8". 

HAEEifit, William Thaddeus. Notice of : From New-England Hist, and 
Genealog. Register, 1855. 8". Pam. v. 80.— " Epitaphs from Cam- 
bridge" (Cat. 1855), under T. W.Harris, is by the same. 

Harris+, SzV W. Snow. Rudimentary Electricity. London, 1848. 12". 
— Fmind on board the British Barque Resolute at New-London. 

Harrisburgh, Portsmouth, Mountjot and Lancaster Railroad 
Company. Report, Sept. 1853. Pam. y.l49.— Report, 1854. Pam. 
V. 208.— Report, 1855. Pam. v. 256. 



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Haurison Almanac. New- York, Giffing, 18il. 12". Aim. v. 14, 25. 

HAEKisoNt ("William Henry), President. A Sketeli of tlio Life and 

Public Services of : .. .New- Yoi-k, 1836. 32 p. 8". Pam. v.254. 

The Life of : ... and an accurate description of the Council at 

Vinconnes witt Teoumseh .... Philadelphia, G-rigg & Eliot, 1840. 
96 p. 8°. 

Outlines of the Life and public serpices, civil and military, of : 

. . . Washington, T. Allen, 1840. 21 p. 8°. Pam. v. 471. 

See Niles, W. H., Tippecanoe Test-book. 

Habrowby, Earl of. Speech, H. of Lords, 1810, upon. . .granting. . 
£100,000 for the relief the poorer clergy. London, 1311. 8^ Pam. 
V. 330. 

HAKSHAt, Dayid A. The Principles of Hydropathy. . .Albany, 1862. 
viii, 52 p. 12°. Pam. v. 515. 

Harbhman, Jacob. The Cause and Prevention of steam-boiler explo- 
sions : Part I, II. Dayton. OhioJ 61 p. 8^ Pam. v. 493. 

Hart, Joseph. The Unreasonableness of Religion : Being remarks 
and animadversions on Mr. J. Wesley's sermon on Rom. viii, 32 . . . 
First printed 1741. London, 1816. 53 p. 8°. Pam. v. 308. 

Hart, Levi. Sermon, Preston, Jan. 4, 1789 .... on the Peath of his 
Wife : £2,s£iv, 15-18. New-London, 1789. 8°. Pam. v. 554. 

Hart, Rev. Richard. Ecclesiastical Records of England, Ireland and 
Scotland, from the fifth century till the reformation : Being an Epi- 
tome of British Councils, the Lcgatino and Provincial Constitutions, 
and other memorials of the olden time, with Prolegomena and Notes 
. ..2d edition. Cambridge. .1856. 8". 

Hakte, Walter. Sermon, Harmony of Reason and Religion : John 
siv, 1, at Oxford. London, 1737. 8". Pam. v. 368. 

Hartford, Conn. Geer's City Directory for 1851, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56; 
containing every kind of desirable information for cltiaons and 
strangers .... also, maps of all the railroad routes in Connecticut. 
Hartford, 1851-56. 6t.18°. 

Hartiorp and SpaiNOFlEiiD Railroad. Report of the Engineer 
upon the several definite locations : , , Acts of Incorporation. Hart- 
.ford,1841. With map, 8^ Pam. v. 283. 

Hartford Argillo Manufacturino Company. Report, U.S. Sen., 
on the Memorial ; July 31, 1848. Cong. Poet. 6 p. 8". Pam. v. 298. 

Hartford Female Seminary. Prospectus : By Catharine E. 
Beecker, 1827. 9 p. 8°. Pam. v. 491.— Catalogue, 1828. 8°. Pam. 
V.247. 

Hartford Tract Society. Speeches of Judges Williams, Parsons 
and Ellsworth. Hartford, 1859. 26 p. 8°. Pam. v. 297. 



Harting, B. Pe Eodem onder Amsterdam, onderzocht e 

door : Met vier platen. [Kon. Ned. Inst. 3" Reeks, 5^ Peel ]. Am- 
sterdam, 1852. 4-. 

HARTLEYt ( David ), esq. An Address to the Committee of the County 
Tork, on the state of public affairs .... 2d edition. London, 1781. 
63 p. 8".— Also, Pam. v. 410. 



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HARTLBYt (David), esq. : 

[ ], See Budget, The. London, Almon, 1764. 

Hartley, James. The Trial of tlie Two Opiniona Tried ; wherein the 
false reasonings of Mr. Johnson and his friend are detected, ex- 
posed and refuted in vindication of the divine decree relative to the 
sin and misery of manlcind. London, 1767. 127 p. S". Pam. v. 300. 

Hartley, Thomas. Sermon, Spiritual Worship ; John iv, 23, at 
Northampton. London, 1747. 8°. Pam. v. 370. 

Hartshorne, 0. H. The. Book Earities in the University of Cam- 
bridge. Illustrated by original letters, and notes, biograpLieal, lite- 
rary and antiquarian. London, 1829. 560 p. 8°. 

Hartwell, J. Jesus on tlie Colt, exhibited in an allegorical discourse : 
by Jesse Hartwell, older in the first baptized church of Christ in 
Sandisfield. Printed at Palmer, Mass. 36 p. 18°. Pam. v. 603. 

HAETWiOKt Stmod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in the State 
of New- York : Minutes of the 25th, 26th Annual Session, 1855, 56. 
Albany, 1855, 56.— Constitution. Albany, 1858. 8". Pam. v. 490. 

Hartwick ( Theological and Classioal ) Seminary, Cooperstoten, N.Y. 
Catalogue, 1827. Pam. v. 456.— Catalogue, 1855.- Albany, 1855. 8". 
Pam. V. 294. 

Haktwig, Dr. G. The Sea and its Living Wonders. , .Prom 4th Ger- 
man edition, and partly re-written With plates by H. N. Hum- 
phreys. New-York (London ?), 1861. 427 p. 8°., 

Haetzseim, Jos. Bibliotheea Coioniensis, in qua vita, et libri typo- 
vulgati et manuscripti recensuntur omnium Archidiosceseos Coio- 
niensis indigenarum et inoolarum scriptorum- Prfemittitur 

ohorographiea descriptio omnium paroohiarum Aecedunt vitfe 

piotorum, chaloographorum et typographorum . . .Colon. Aug. 1747. 
368 p. indices, and appendis, 20 p. f". 

Harvard! University, Cambridge, Mass. [ Collection lettered], Vol. 
3- 12. 10 V. Contents : 

Vol. 3. Triennial Catalogue, 1854. — Annual. Reports i)f the President ; 

28th, 1852-3; 29th, 1853-4.— Catalogue of the Institute of 1790. 

1849. — Keport of the Committee of Overseers on the theolo^cal 

department; 1841. — Treasurer's Statement, 1849. 

VoL.4, 5, 5. Triennial Catalogues, 1794, 1800, 06, 09, 12, 15, 18 : 1 v.; 

1821, 24, 27, 30, 33 : 1 y.; 1836, 39, 42, 45, 48 ; 1 v. 
Vol. 7. Triennial Catalogues, 1854, 57. Cambridge. 

Report upon the Constitutional rights and privileges of Harvard 

College, and upon the donations that have been made to it by this 
Commonwealth. [D.Webster for the Committee, Mass. Convention], 
1821. 16 p. 

Remarks occasioned by the Publication of a pamphlet entitled Pro- 
ceedings of the Overseers of H. U. relative to the late disturbances 
in that seminary. Boston, 1834. 36 p. 

Report on diminishing the coat of instruction in Harvard College; 

together 'with, a minority report on the same subject, 1845. 32 p. 

Report on filling up vacancies in the clerical part of the permanent 

Board of Overseers of Harvard College. BosUin, 1845. 10 p. 

A Memorial concerning the recent history and the constitutional 

rights and privileges of Harvard College. Presented by the President 
and Fellows to the Legislature. 3d edition. Cambridge, 1851. 56 p. 
— And in Pam. V. 247. 



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■ Report on the rights ajiij duties of the President and Pellowa of 

Harvard College in relation to the Board of Overseers. Cambridge, 
1856. 163 p. 

. 31st Annual Report of the President- - . . for 1855-6. — Treasurer's 

Statement. Cambridge, 1857. 38, 40 p.. 

Vol. 8, 9, 10, 11. Catslogues. See Cat.of 1855.— For 1848, 54, aeePam. 
T.247. 

¥oL. 12. Catalogue of the Officers and Students for 1843, 44, 46, 47, 50, 
57, 58. Cambridge, — Catali^ue of the Lawrence Soientiflc School, 
1850, 51.— Catalogue of the Law School, 1853, 54, 57 (1853 also in 
Para. V. 157. — Catalogue of the Law School, from the establishment 
to the end of 1858. Cambridge, 1859. 136 p.— Catalogue of the 
officers and members of the Hasty-pudding Club. .Cambridge, 1850. 
68 p. 

Addresses at the Inauguration of Jared Sparks, LL.!*., as Presi- 
dent, June 20, 1849. Cambridge, 1849. 8". Pam. v. 241. 

Addresses at the Inauguration of the Hon. Edward Everett, 

LL.D., as President, April 30, 1846. Boston, 1846. 8°. Pam. v. 241. 

Eeport of the Committee of the Association of the Alumni. . . . 

mt the state of the college library, 185*7. Cambridge, 1858. 44 p. 8". 
Pam. ¥. 470. 

— — Massachusetts Mb DiOAL College : Ann. Circular. .History 
. . . Catalogue of graduates. Boston, 1846. 8°. Pam. v. 155, 517. 

., Annual Announcement, 1855-56, 1856-57, 1859. Bos- 
ton. 8°. Pam. V. 246, 517. 

Harvest, George. A Letter to Mr. Samuel Chandler : Being a de- 
fence of- the Church of England's requiring subscription to explana.- 
torj articles of faith. .2d edition. London ( 1749). 8". Pam. v. 455, 
and in CLaiidlei-'s writings. 
Haevey ( D. "W".), Esq. \A. Collection]. 8°. Pam. v. 389, Contents : 
A Letter to the Burgesses of Colchester, containing a plain statement of the 
proceedings before the benchers of the Inner Temple, upon his ap- 
plication to be called to the bar London, 1822. 68 p. 

Report of the Proceedings on the investigation 19th!-NoT. - Deo. 13, 

1833, upott the application of D. W. Harvey to be called to the bar. 
2d edition. Chelmsford, 1834. 140 p. 
Speech. . .at a meeting of his constituents. . .Nov, 27, 1832, in vindication 

of hie conduct. Colchester. 20 p. 
A Letter. . . .to his constituents. . . .of the treatment he has received from 
certain members of H. M.'s Government. Oolcheater, 1832. 15 p. 

HAEWOOnt, E. Biographia Classica ; Additions. See Clarke, A. 
Hakwood, John Edmund, Poems. New-York, 1809. 107 p. 12". 
Hasbroitck, John W. See Middletown (N.T.) Directory. 
Hasoall, Rev- Daniel. Definitions of the Gtveek Bapto, Baptize, Bap- 
tisma and Baptismos. Morris' Flats, iV.Y. 19 p. 18". Pam. v. 466. 

[Hascakd, G.]. See Discourse about Novelty in the Church of En- 
gland, 1685. 

Haskett, William J, A Letter to the Erienda of Temperance in the 
State of New-York... Against prohibition. N.York. 1858. 12 p. 8". 
Pam. V. 292, 



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Haskin, John R. Speech, U.S. H. of R., Admission of Kansas, March 
10, 1858. 16 p. 8". Pam. v. 561. 

HASKiNsf ( Roswell W.), A.M. History and Progress of Phrenology. 
( Read before the Western Phrenological Society at Buffalo.) Bai- 
faIo,1839. 217 p. 12". 

Astronomy for Schools ; upon the basis of M. Arago's Lectures 

at the Royal Ohsorvatory of Paris. . .New-York, 1841. 324 p. 18". 

[A Collection of the Writings of.] In 1 v. 8°. Conte?if.s : 

A Popular Essay upon comets.. '.BufiUlo, 1842, 24 p. 

New-England and the West. Reprinted from the Boston Atlas. Buffalo, 

1843. 36 p.- 
The Arts, Sciences and Civilization, anterior to Greece and Rome... Buf- 

Mo, 1844. 32 p.— Also in Pam. y. 272. 
An Exposition of a Book published by D.Appleton & Co., called Ilazlitl's 

TranslationofQuiaot's History of Civilization. Buffalo, 1846. 55 p. 

— Also in Pam. v.195. 
Effects upon the Oiyilized World of a material increase in the quantity of 

the money metals. Buffalo, 1850. 8 p. — ■ Also Pam. y. 74. 
Art and Artists. Buffalo, 1851. 70 p. 
Fourier's Hist. Eulogy on De Laplace, 1829. Translated by E. W. H. 14 p. 



Haslewood { John), D.D. Sermon, Assizes at Kingston, March 13, 

1707 : 5 Sam. ky, 4. London. 8". Pam. v. 868. 
HaspeR, W. Translation. See Brun, M. 
Hassells, C. S. E 

Eng. 1839. 8". 
Hasselt, a. van. Lettre. See Bock, C.P. 

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3 of the Geometery of planes and solids. With 4 plates. 
Richmond i;Va.), 1828. 8". 

HA88LEB, Dr. KoDrad D. Die Buchdrucker-G-eschichte Ulm's, zum 

vierten Saeularfelcr der Brfindung dor Buchdruokerkunst . . . .TJlm, 

1840. 156 p. 4". 
HA8TINGS+, Hiram P. An Essay oa Constitutional Reform, .N.York, 

1846. 35 p. 8". Pam. V. 530. 
Hastings, Warren. Letter. , .to. .the East-India Company, Lucaow, 

Ap. 30. With a postscript. May 13, 1784. Lond., Debrett. 47 p. 8°. 

Pam. V. 432. 
Haswbll, Chas. H. Mensuration and Practical Geometry ; containing 

tables of weights and measures, etc. New-Tork, 1858. 322 p. 12". 

Hatch ( Israel T.), of N.Y. The Canal Contracts : Speech, N.T. As- 

sem. Jan. 19, 1852, on. .inquiry in the canal contract frauds. 8 p. 8". 

Pam. V. 477. 
Maryland Contested Election Case : Speech, U.S. H. of Rep., 

1858.— Speech, U.S. of Rep., on Inland Commerce, 1858. 8^ Pam. 

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Eaton, Claude. Memoires de Claude Haton, contenant le reoit dea 
^venements acooraplia de 1553 a 1552, principalement dans La 
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Hauber, Eberhard J). Bihliotheca acta et scripta magiea. G-rundliehe 
NaoLrichten uad Urtteile von solehen Biiehern nnd Handlungen 
welche die Maeht dea Teufels in leibliohen diugen betrefien. .Erstea 
— Seohs und Dreyssigstes Stuck. Lemgo, 1739-1745. In 3 y. 12". 

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